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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
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Portland Canal News
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Devoted  to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 3, NO.
41
STEWART,   B. C.   FRIDAY,   MARCH 10 1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
GOVERNMENT TO
SELL PROPERTY
m
Own Nearly One Thousand
Lots-Set Price on Nineteen���Action  on   Bridge
The executive of the Stewart
for Stewart, which met with the
whole hearted support of the
executive, but which was tabled
until later in the season, when it
will be brought forward and, if
possible, put into effect. Mr.
Smith has promised to contribute
$5 toward the idea.
A letter was then read from J.
W. Stewart, in which he stated
that the lawyer who was making
out the deed for the lot that is
��� ,; . , -���t ;,���  tk_ bting turned ovor to the essoci-
Cit zens Association met in  tne    ....        ...    .
ation, lias been ill, thus causing
Newell hall.  Saturday evening,
March 4.   The first business was
I the publicity campaign, started
by the association in the Portland
Canal News, with a view to se-
j curing a reduction of freight and
passenger rates on the G. T. P.
steamboats. Th�� secretary
pointed out that the association had purchased fifty
copies of the paper per week for
rhe past two weeks and twenty-
five of the first issue for publicity
purposes. These papers had been
sent to Premier King, members
of the Dominion cabinet and parliament; to boards of trade,
community leagues, and other
similar institutions; also to newspapers and individuals all over
British Columbia and   Canada.
the delay.    As he has now re
covered, the deed will be completed   and   forwarded    in   the
near future.
The matter of the Bear river
bridge was then discussed. It
wBs pointed out that operations
up the Bear river are already
commencing and, as yet, no
bridge has been built, or even
started. Therefore, it was decided that telegrams be sent to
Bert Kergin, M.L.A., and the
public works department, pointing out the facts and requesting
immediate action.
Accounts totalling $67.95 were
authorized to be paid.
It was decided to hold the next
general meeting as soon as* the
deed for the lot and a reply reply received from the depart-
He concluded by requesting the ment of lands in connection with
executive to authorize the necvs- \ the government's property in
sary expenditure of $5 per week : Stewart.
U continue   this   campaign   for     Meeting then adjourned.
two or three weeks,   which wasi 	
done. St. Patrick's Day Dance
The secretary   then    read   a'
communication from the department of lands,   wherein it was
stated that the government own Patrick', day) will be held in the
in the townsites of the Stewart i school house. The committee in
Land Company, Sir Donald Mann charge, Ben Lawrence, A. T.
and Hyder. B. C, some 931 lots. Siem and William Newell, are
On 19 of these the government shaping every effort to make it
had set �� Drice. It was decided i the b st evening's entertainment
thati-i view of the fact that there ever seen in Stewart in recent
are a number of people who years. The ladies are requested
would build if thev could secureito bring baskets containing a
a lot at a reasonable figure, that supper for two, and to include in
it was ih ��� duty of the association | each basket cups, saucers am
to do its utmost to net the gov- j spoons. The baskets will be
���anient to sell at least a portion auctioned olT by William Ore. As
of their holdings, and in this way there are a surplus of men it is
im-reus the population of the hoped that the ladies will bring
Rown. Therefore, the secretary a surplus of cakes and Band-
k'^auth irized to write for a de- wiches. In keeping with the
[fcripl -on and price of the 19 lots day, as last year, Mrs. H.C.
"���e'Hioned. in order that inh**-id Bunnell has donated a quantity
M home b lilders would be able of real shamrocks, grown in
tohavs full information,    in the. Stewart, which will be   Bold for
WATCH   THE   PILOT
The Dance given by  the  Fire
Department   oh   the   17th   (St.
IF we were running a government steamship line
To suit its competitors,
First of all, we would load it down with political jobs
And place friends of competitors in positions
Where they could do the most good���for competitors.
Then with the advice and consent of competitors
We would frame a tariff of steamship rates
That no one but a rate lawyer  would PRETEND to
understand. . **
We would write freight bills in such form
No one could discover how a charge was computed.
On complaint of excessive charges
We would issue explanations more unintelligible  than
the freight bills. ,
Rates would bear no relation whatever  to the cost of
service.
We  would penalize  pioneer industry  with the highest
rates and poorest service.
By discrimination against the frontier and in favor of
cities
We would do our best to maintain the city bread line.
By discrimination in favo- of highly capitalized industry
We would discourage new industry and foster monopoly.
If in spite of extortionate rates
A frontier industry got on its feet
And began to furnish a large tonnage
We would at once give it up to competitors,
Providing they did not cut rates on pionter traffic.
Accidents would be frequent.
Goods  wou d  be   lost,   stolen,   damaged, delayed  and
miscarried
En route or owing to matin-ate terminal service.
In   short, no effort would be spared to make the government service unpopular.
If we were maraging a public owned steamship service
(Like the G. T. P. for example)
���St-
This is the course we would bteer
To put the ship on the rocks
And deliver the wreck into the hands of competitors.
But if we were LOYAL
To the Nation and the Nation's business
We would steer  A WHOLLY DIFFERENT,COURSE.
STEWART  CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION.
Captain Barnes Anderson has
left Vancouver for Stewart in his
own private launch, and is expected to arrive shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Newjell brought
a piano back from Vancouver
with them, which is reported to
be a beautifully toned instrument.
March came in like a' small
lamb chop. We hope it will go
out like a mutton stew you get
in a Prince Rupert restaurant���
hot and weak.
Charles Worthom, who lost his
hand in a blasting accident at the
Silverado on the 18th of last
month, iias been up and walking
about town for some days.
W. H. Watson is in receipt of
a letter from the Rev. Edwin
Moss, who is at present in England. Mr. Moss states that he
expects to return, leaving Liverpool on May 19.
Duncan Brown, A. F. Sullivan,
A. Pbjonie, L. Jackson, M. Royal
and A. Paterson, who are
helping the Premier declare
dividends, were transacting business in Stewart the week end.
Mrs. Workman and J. P. Scarlett played for the dance given
by Mesdames Gibson, McLeod
and Crawford, instead of Messrs.
Cameron and Scarlett. Those
giving the dance express great
appreciation of the orchestra.
P. R. Backus and William
Hobile returned on Tuesday from
a trip into the Naas. They came
out in three days from Meziadin
lake, the latter part of ehe trail
being very difficult owing to the
recent thaw. There was from
six to seven teet of snow on the
lake when .they left.
SHOWING FAITH *
IN THEIR GROUND
Fitzgerald Brothers Gone
Up to Do Development
on   Independence  Group
The Fitzgerald brothers have
this week started development
work on their Independence
group on Bear river. They left
town on Wednesday and took
their supplies over Bear river.
The bridge being out, this consumed considerable time. Once
over the river they proceeded up
the valley, taking in supplies on
hand sleighs. With them are
Chas. 1 und and W. M. Williams.
The Independence is a group of
12 claims, situated on the north
side of Goose creek, and on the
west side of Bear river, 12 miles
from town. Starting at an elevation of 600 feet the claims run
up to 5000 feet.
There are three large parallel
mineralized zones, running east
and west, on the property, and
traceable on the surface for a
considerable distance.
No. 1 zone is from 100 to 125
feet wide, and has been opened
up at the 1800 foot level by a 25
foot tunnel; at 3200 by a 12 foot
open cut and eight foot tunnel;
at 3600 by open cut, and at 4000
has been stripped.
No. 2 zone is about 40 feet
wide, and has been stripped at
the 1800 foot level; stripped again
at 3200;open cut at 3600, and
traced to 4000.
No. 3   zone is about  18 feet
Ryder has a  new  paper, The j wide.     A   crosscut tunnel   has
Silver Dollar, a monthly publica-: been driven into it at the  3600
tion printed in  Ketchikan.    Weif00t   level,   and stripping   done
understand that Jack Sutherland
is the man behind the gun, assisted to a considerable extent
by Commissioner  John   Fr?me.
makes one take otf his lid to this
healthy zone.
wonder how buildings ever burn
opinion of the executive the tirst buttonhole bouquets, during the down."
thin-jr t*> h�� done was  to secure day   at   the   stores  and   at   the      Several  local   live   wires   arel
tbe salt- of these   19   lots.    This dance,    lt   is   hoped to  have a talking   of   having   a   May day      Harry  Hooton,  brother-in-law
���cold then form a good basis on t-hree piacc orchestra,    lhe a.l- celebration thi.  year.   Stewarl of Mining Recorder ,1. 1'. Scar-
wl-ich to ask the government to mission  charge   will   be $1  for| haa the youth to make the   most|l��tt. arrived on the PrinceRupert
sell more,
at 4000.
It   is  the   intention    of   the
owners to continue the crosscut
tunnel to the wall on  this No. 3
Information as to the intention ;zone and to do some more strip-
or policy of the paper is meager, j ,,\n~ on zone No. 2: also to clean
The   Silverado  ore   shipment|    Mrs. Helen  Bell,   formerly of I It is difficult to see  why  Hyder out some of the open cuts.
Hyder, has established a ladies' requires another paper,  for W.     This property, being located as
furnishing store in Anchorage.      It. Hull of the  Miner is giving j it is, within a stone's   throw   of
c. i    ii.1 tv that tout) as good a journal as it j the railvvav  ondata  low  elevn-
Several citizens  are  suffering     .��� . , r     *******i ������������� ���  "Jv*   eieva-
will   support;   is   a good writer; tion,   is  ideally   situated.     And
with   a   lot of   experience, and j with the large ore bodies exposed,
capable of keeping pace with the jas they will  be  this summer, it
town,   no   matter   how   fast   it ishould not lie idle very long.
grows. 	
Bridge to Start
The  Citizens'   association
cfived   the   following    wire
ran $475 on one grade of ore and
$210 on the other.
The News devil warbles: "The
difficulty of getting a tire starte I
these   mornings   causes   me   to
from colds; hut when you read
outside papers the death toll
from l!u, dyptheria and typhoid,
Premier Ore Shipments
During the week   tbe  Premier
re-
on
gentlemen; lathes free.
We Thank You
'he
in connection with the sale of
jp- l-.ts the Portland Canal
jWe*��waa requested to carry a
J��*'ce advising intending home
N'-iersto keep in touch with
J�� secretary of the aasociation.
p"��l r 11,;it they may   \tno*M  a8
""������-������l-.HsibU* what lots can be
P"wt, and at what  price.    Re- ami   overhung    the   road
I***franted, months have,   with tht present
( """<������ mider the head of cor- thaw, become a great   mened to
tone* a letter  was read people gassingalong underneath,
Crawford  Transfer company   tiitl  considerable work on
the road   between   lhe   old   and
new   docks,   this   week.    Large
iciclea, formed during the winter,
for
ing May Queen that   was I ),��* week from Victoria and will ^^,pe.| i,y scow to Anyux abou, We(ineS(lav:
1 "d ""  K      : ,i    ���     ,i      ii      lHUU tons ut ore, and to  the   la-      .. v
ever crowned, remain permanently in the dis- ,__        _,__ __ (_or��m��n Young on way to su*Mt to
For Bali    Knitting Machine, with all  trict.    He   i.  an  ex-member  of
McworiM    Pi      -      v��� ��� *'> Sl "''���    the 88th battalion.
NOW!   t   li|h|Hlll\ ���
coma smelter on  the  s.s.   Amur j start  Hear ri v. -r" bride* construction
about 700 tone.   This brings th�� H. F. UMM,
total Premier ore shipments from
People who wish  to secure a     Up to  the  time  this  family the fl ret of the year to date up to        ******* ����*��� the Naa8
Stewart   on journal goee to prees the "Ural approximately' 9100 tons,    lhe
government lot in stewari   on iuun-.--.-j-.v- I*.*��� ��������     ..v.. approximately   tf.uu tons,    tne According to reports circulated
which to build, are requested to robin" and warty toad have not ^ny0x is expeetsd In on Sunday, in town recently. J. W. Stewart
with the secretan put in an   appearance; but the am-  the   new boat, Griffo. ia on haa euoeeeded during the winter
association, who way snow is disappearing, spring f,tr wiy north from California. In persuading the government to
keep in touch
of the Citizens'
hopes soon to be able to iupp ���
them with ����� ceesarj Information.
A new baptismal fool sri
for Si.   Marl  i ch irch, on tht
1 his font .--l..
ii   bea
-Smith, a IftlO re��i- The department of public works
N-'Stew**^    U     I       hh8   ������.,.���   , ^,,,,,11.  and  P W -��'
te   ****** crated an again to remove this danger-.bul -^ ��"/*��'
i'l'lv *.ore her* ���,  the no   action   �����!  lake >Ul thi. about r feet high
J"'��   '������Mewart tiie  depart*   ter pul three men o���   ih-   |ubf��   "���������*���   *,m ,..,������ {h, ,,���,
lri the letter be enclosed, one and a half days, and used up,ana ci       " ,. his farmer partner, Jack Adkina,  kepi   eo-uinuouslj   on ths run,
:;:, - ***** w��th ..I. **�� ****** ' :. r::; ".
Z     '��"��� membership.   He service  the thanks ol I    -..mha * a  .
^���Ii'.eda  m.kl.   r,   _ .���.. ,���,,,,, ,���1,-..i.i.ii:.ii nn    piled the I I  ���'���������l-B-
issprtnging.   Vesterdaj several Tllls Btgamer, which  was only this vear undertake the reena.
boye were playing nubs on the built two yearsejo.  has  a dis nolsesnss nf ��� trail from UseaM
-idewaikrt. placement Of  1800   tons,   and   ih into 111.��� Naas, around by Bowser
Aie\  I i;i/.ier was ou.   from the second largest boal over to lake, to the bead of Unuk. Those
Hyder, Monday, to enjoy city life call bare; ths largest being ths who  know  that section of the
for a fee bout*-    Mr. Frailer ia Juneau las) year, 8400 toaa.   In eountry all agree  thut  such a
one of the canal live wm-a who I the 8te wart-Anyo seanee trail will be well worth building,
is at   present  residing on ths SOOtonaaoe Is being u sd thai as II will giv* aceses to large
Sunnysideoi ��ss)  itreel    Laal has a carrying eapaeit)  of lum mineral depoeite, as wellee o#ea
week he received ���> lattei  from tonsofore    flu tug  fartai  Is ing up a big trapi .mry.
who ia sojourning intbemiusral bringinginan ampt) and
bell oi northern Ontario. tak ins oul ���* loaded one
Keep on lap St    i'ati iek'S
beel dance ->l tbe season, PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   10,   1922
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
TUa*    !>,._.* 1 o��r1    Tonal    \fnwQ'take Pla<*-   When !t is ��nderstood that a
The  Portland  Canal ^ews .^^ wgine developing the ^
horsepower would weigh something like
one hundred and forty-seven thousand
pounds withont fuel or water some conception of the nature of the achievement
will be possible. And it should be noted
that this is not a war time discovery.
Armed conflict was unnecessary to the de-
Adv.rtising Rates: velopment of the railway; it is far from
Display Advertising. 50 cents per inch per issue.   Reading  indispensible to SUCCCSSful aerial research.
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Special  Position  Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.    Coal Notices. $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
JUST   HIS   WAY
THAT   RAILWAY
IT can be taken for granted that Premier Oliver suitably adorned his desire to!
present the Pacific Great Eastern railway
system to the nation when he interviewed
the federal minister of railways in Ottawa
recently. It can also be set down with
similar accuracy that the Hon. Mr- Kennedy would experience some difficulty in j
refraining from receiving Mr. Oliver's
suggestion with his tongue in his cheek.
None the less everybody m this province
will sympathize with the leader of the government in his dilemma about the future
of the road. At the present time it represents  an   outlay of something like forty
LATEST reports from that section of
the province over which Peter Veregrin is
wont to wield his influence would seem to
indicate that the king of the Doukhobors
was indulging in a little novel propaganda
when he issued his slaughtering edict the
other day. Dismayed by previous failures
to attract the sympathetic attention of the
provincial government in respect of tax- millions and absorbs more than a couple of
ation matters he conceived the idea of a j millions a year in interest and losses in
public protest by the employment of the| operation. To take it to its originally planned
recent blood-curdling process. Whether j destination would require anywhere from thirty-
the authorities will be moved to a new!five to forty millions more. Add to this the doubt
consideration of Mr.  Veregrin's case re>bout its reaching a paying basis even when the
,     , ., ..       ,,    ' Peace River shall be connected with the Pacific
mains to be seen; in the meantime thei - .._.        __
. coast by this route and it is not difficult to under-
country has certainly been interested. gtand why the authorities at ottawa were ..very
non-committal."
EMIGRATION   FIGURES
IT is not pleasant to learn that over
four thousand emigrants left the old coun-
NOTE   AND   COMMENT
The whole world is knocking at the door of
try for Australia during the six months Slewart* 	
which ended on January   31   as  compared |       Canada ranks second among the   nations  of j
with   six   hundred   and   seventy-nine   to; the world in the number of telephones per hundred
Canada during the same period.   These of population.   Hello, Central! -Give me Canada!
figures merely apply to ex-service men who _
, , ,.      __ .A. , The British Columbia house in London is to be
have taken advantage of the British gov-!   _..-_. ��l . ,   ,     ,
sold to the Dominion government.    It is bv far the
ernmant's assisted passage arrangement I finest of the official shacks of any of the dominions.
and do not include those who have been
assisted by any of the Domion governments \      Opportunity knocks at the door of everyone.
or  those   Who   have  paid their own way  I every minute.    If the sound goes in  one ear and
___,    _ ���    _��� i , 'out the other, it indicates there is  nothing  there
The figures in themselves are not so sen-
...                           .        ,     to stop It.
ous when it is taken into account that the 	
period in question are the six months in       There are many jov kil,er9 in a11 **-*-******
..._-_.  m      ,*.*.' _ They won't or cannot see opportunities, and be-
which the influx to this country is gener- **.
, ...    come peeved at those more fortunate who tie in
ally at its lowest.   At the same time it wand (]o thini_a
becoming   increasingly obvious that the
"The whisky was found to be  a very powerful
but crude spirit.    It contained over  100 per cent
of pure spirit; in one instance it w��h 1_"1 percent."
Kxchar.ge.    The   statement,   like   the  whisky,
seems to The Mews to be much overproof.
Australasian authorities are prosecuting a
vigorous and apparently successful campaign in the Motherland. Canada will
have to make hay while the sun shines if
she intends to get the urgently required
thousanda during the approaching spring       William Randolph Hearst, who knows as much
about editing a newspaper as a coyote does about
season.
preaching a sermon, owns nineteen morning and
ANOTHER    WONDER evening daily papers in   the  United States.    Al-
though a multi-millionaire and his   papers   boy-
ALMOST every day   another prop im cotted during the  war, Billy  Hearst is a philan-
knocked from under the edifice upon which j ihropiet and a good scout.
the doubting Thomac rente hie (ears fori
the fea^bUity of commercial aviation. The 5J��\^/\RJ        NEWS      CO
latent triumph is announced from London *
II. P. t.lHHON   Proprietor
in the shape of an aero engine capable ol
developing one thousand horse power from
a thechaniam that weighs no more than
two  hundred and twenty pound**.     The
engine ia about to be fitted to a apecially
designed aeroplane that ia row under con
etruction fur the air miniatry and when ^ Agfctlt ?or ,h<  ,,,,,*,���,  juh*u<u (omiway
preparation* are complete iu triaU will ��� i _���
Ganong'a  and   Lowney's   ( hncolatea
Stationary       China       Library
All the Very I-atent     Mueir and Hecorda
Banking Facilities For
Foreign Trade
The Bank of Montreal is fully
equipped to give unsurpassed banking facilities in connection with
Foreign Trade. It has a well organized Foreign Department at its head
office in Montreal; its own offices in
the financial centres of Great Britain,
France, the United States, Mexico,
and Newfoundland; and correspondents in every part of the world.
i_r^^^^|_$^?���^"''j8?r
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED  MORE THAN 100 YEAKS
Stewart Branch: L S.  WHITTAKER.  Manager.
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAY_S1 NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT���""1 As
Bortmnnt
1   of Fresh Meats in town.    Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
J.    P.    HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Marlon's Circle VV Smoked Meals
Trj our Pickled Beef aad Path
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles,   Sauerkiaut,   Dills   ami    Mnuv  Meat
always on hand.      totality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Foundera and Ordinal Ownere
of HTKWAKT  TOWN'S!'! 1 .  .
I'M   1'atutwrU-ii bti-ik, V!<   I M|(| A,   Jl   (
Rea! Fatate   laeurance   Mine*   Financial Agcnta
intuitu |    M.   HTt.WAUl
, for sale in nil p��,����� ,,l _,.* , Wmi LAIfi CO., LTD.
I.imiih.*". proiwrliet for ��eU. wasted    Fifth St, Itcwevt, I <
DALBY B.
MINING
B. C. [_,
M0RKiLL
'and Survevot
STEWART, B. C.
Dental Surgeon,    PRINc- R
HBLGER80N   block
CLOTHIER & BAKER
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Stewart.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder   -  . . .
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
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DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel t-mpon|j
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HYDER
HOTEL PRINCE RI
Leading hotel in northem
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QUALITY      SERVICE
GROCERIES
Are a Good Buy To-Day at Our
Prices. Our Rapid Turn Over
Keeps the Goods Fresh
LET  US  FILL YOUR  NEXT  ORDER
WE   SAVE   YOU
MONEY
AT   ALL   TIMES
OUR MOTTO���" The Most of the Best for Less"
SNOW IS TURNING INTO SLUSH
COME IN AND GET PAIR OF RUBBERS
PRICE NOT EMBARRASSING
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
FULL   OF   PROMISE
SO FAR as we can read the signs of the times, the
future is full of exceptional promist for the mining industry, particularly in the North, where our principal metals
are facing long periods of fair prices and increasing
demand.
Several world factors have contributed to the improved
conditions.
The advance in British and Canadian exchange is a natural corollary and one that means much to all lines of
commercial endeavor. There is every reason to believe
that the general improvement will lead us back to lasting
prosperity. We do not anticipate anything approaching a
boom in the near future, but we are convinced that the
public has awakened to the fact that bargain days are
passing. While money has been tight, there appears to
be no dearth in the banks of the country and, with the return of confidence, which, as a matter of fact, is all that
has been lacking, we may expect to witness an indefinite
continuation of the buying movement that started a few
weeks ago.
Unquestionably we have passed through trying times,
testing the optimism and faith of the best of us, but the
clouds of depression are rolling fast away and, shining
through the clear atmosphere of justified hope, prosperity's
sun will soon restore the ENERGETIC SPIRIT OF THE
DAYS   OF   LONG   AGO.
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
��� ��� ���
King Edward
GRILL	
Under Now Management
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
PICKED   FROM   THE   DUMP
Give  us a  trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
It takes three barrels of oil to
equal one ton of coal in heat producing values.  Fuel oil is quoted
' in Vancouver at $2 75 a barrel.
Hon. William Sloan,   minister
of mines, told the mining convention that he believed work would
be resumed this year on several
; gold and silver properties.
Colonel Robert Stevenson, who
was in Cariboo in '58, is still hale
and hearty. This summer he
intends taking to the hills to
look for a "fabulously rich gold
mine he lost 40 years ago."
r NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL.    Proprietor
jComfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
PHONE.  1   LONG, 1 SHORT. 1 LONG
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
FOOTWEAR THAT'S 600D
Shot- buying time is here. We
carry the kind for tender feet.
Latest styles,    prices just right
JUST UNPACKED
LADIES' READY TO WEAR
Garments that are useful ami
everyone a bargain. Mure
coming on next boat.    See them
TEe Smartest of Smart Goods
You want value-we have it-  in our wonde'tful offering of Men's wear.    We have your size
H.  ZEFFERT,       SMITH   BLOCK,      STEWART,   E. C.
NEXT DOOR HANK OF MONTREAL
Stewart
l.ook at the map of Ur.t.al. Columbia cam.-.! ** "      -nn��cUon   ��lvh
with *��� unbiased u>....l.    RoUffblf   Van-   already .unim-e taa*i\U '"'     **��* ob
nam is MO mUm  ���"��'���  �����"���  *���-���--���- *****   '"" " "",' ,   "
i-uint i.. th, Hem.Bivt country   ihat cUpttof-l ���  ******* 	
is reached ... MO mile-   hot*   Stewart, j aud   .BOUg-   inveattfttllM   ba.    UKen
which ||   the   natural   uu.le.    fo,    the   plaM to   \��    I    UW-   thai
whole north.rn and aaaiatV interior. w.-nderlul  i lUnl       rheri
Nearly ev.ry  ael.Ur   ,���   the   EW I********** *'""'*
Kiver   dutncl   .-   Ulking   of   railwSJ       Th.	
.,, umeatu... w.th the ,oa.t. 1*0.1)    I     ft-   ""'   *
noouUUon   ui  th.   wbola    dutnet   i��
S.^ak.ng ... broad   term*,   there   are   9��V**^ (	
tlurty-two   ....Hum.   of   .���..-   of    the '    -���  ^    - ,, _,���,
I. are Hiver di.tru-l ailuaUd with... Ik* ^   ���, .
fcwfcftss of   |i..n.h  Columbia.   ��",|J"T".      | lalwla
more than forty ....lin*... otae.e.   ��.il. '_,,               ,    aU,ui
... U,-, |w,,_ of Aiurta, ...���*.l   ot   it ^  .���,.
MM!   amtabUi   ag.unltu.al   land   im  lattiiaUiii*   .cn     i
���.-ed farming or   t***o%l*a*.    In   add ��� ,     ,vwtf.
tion Uiwrw .�� ��va*t area of ..,...��� ia.  ai.O , i      ,     ,,     .
. I...rtit*.IB   "I   .nil"!1*' *'
rtsiianssssiiss, a-riwi < *<.,..... ^
**h ���������>������!�����Ml-*** _���_,������. ,
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tilsotiv.   ,      ,- almn  wo.- '*'"'
Rossland, at one time the most
active camp in the province, is
quiet. Only a handful of miners
are working.
Revelstoke has an oil excitement. This is the first excitement Revelstoke has had since
the C. P. R. moved its shops
from that burg to Calgary.
The president of the American
Smelting and Refining company
objects to his corporation being
called   the    "Smelter    Trust."
This is by no means   the   worst
name it has been called.
i
The   amount  bf  gold   in the
' water of the ocean can   not   be
known, but there are millions of
i tons of it.    One estimate places
j the amount at $500,000,000 worth
I for every inhabitant of the globe.
| The only difficulty is to get it out.
The reopening of the old Bullion
mine at Quesnel Forks, which
property was at one time the
most important hydraulic mine
in British Columbia, is most en-
'couraging, and placer mining
will be vigorously prosecuted in
the Cariboo this season.
Gillespite is the name ��iven to
| a new mineral that has been
found in Alaska. It was discovered by Frank Gillespie, an;
Alaska miner. The United States
geological survey describes it as
bright red in color with a structure something like mica. There
does not seem to be any group of
minerals to which gillespite is
closely related.
Twenty-two per cent copper
ore is beiriK taken out of the new
rlaim which the Britannia Mining company be^an to operate
after the  Hood.     Owing  to  thei
lamage to the company's ���quip-
meat last fall none   of   the  new
.re has been shipped .so far, but
the company's own assays give
thit estimate of thi strike,     lhe
laim in question is the Victoria,
���\hich lies two miles farther tast
than any mine yet worked by the
mpany.    It is on the east  side
if    the   mountain    und   is   ap
proMbod -o  * tunnel from the
ilder works.    The riebneei ef
l.e new strike ma��   bl   interred
mm the feet that tbe ore form
erly mined ian lOOUl   2 percent.
liniai ni'-., -lit"- ibai ii ii.e p.*.
���eiitaKt- ia p i b) the  meltei
���-.,;;- -.;..n     ippiflf begii
the spring, tin- Britannia mine,
��� |d    MM large.!  cupper   mine
11. Bi ii. h en.pi.e, �� iii bi eai
1 the tffcal-al in Um world
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-
King Edward Hotel
STEWART,
B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL   DISTRICT...
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.   H.   TOLIN,
Manager
Canadian Natitirial
(IRANI) 'NK    PACT RAILWAYS
Steamers sailinK between Seattle, \ ictoria, Vancouver, Powell
River. Ocean halls, Swanson Bay, I'rince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Uueen Charlotte Islands.
1AU4NC.8 frora PRINCE W\ PERI
lHl'RSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT,     FOR
SWANSON BAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE   RUPERT   POR   BTEWART
P, li Jan. o, I'J, Feb. _, Hi, March t, lti, [JO
I i an. lei \ ne
.i      i.\,,   \\l liMMU\   md  1ATURUA1   m ll.l5a.iu.
lor
��� ��� I .lMo.ni,,ii   and   U In nip. ? ...
i. ���.      Im   all  i'li.i.i-t  1 a-t  and tva-llt.
lot Aiiantie Strain-hip-ailing oi itn ther information, appli to
..and I. .nk Pacific Agent, or to U. A   McNIvholl, Assistant
< iai 1 reitfbt si.d l'tsM-iig.r Agent, I'lime Rupert, ll I
mmm******* PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   10,   1922
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 ��706,192,9782 ""
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 lo 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1893-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years. 1901-1905, $98,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125, -
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,003; f0r five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any 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 Grown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
Vie obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES. Victoria, British Columbia*.
There   are  26,000 Indians   in
British Columbia.
Bootlegging, the chief industry
of Vancouver, is flourishing.
Pickpockets are picking a good
living in citieson the sloppy slope
If ignorance is bliss, there's
lots of happy members of parliament.
Is it because they are not on
the level that lawyers have their
offices upstairs?
William Desmond Taylor, the
murdered film director, at one
time worked at Swanson Bay.
Astrologers say people born in
January are leaders. They
should be with a month's start.
The cost of living has gone up
in Sudan. A wife formerfy cost
four spearheads; now she costs
nine.
Headline Vancouver exchange:
Millions are beirg kept alive
in Russia by eating bread made
of hay and straw.
The man who wrote "Home,
Sweet Home," never had a home
and died in the poor house.
Lumber mills and logging
camps, Vancouver Island (employing 600 men) will re-open
during the next two weeks.
Unless allowed to sell booze
53 of Vancouver large taverns
will close up shop, July 1.
Managers claim they are \'^sing
from $500 to $1500 per month
under present conditions.
BIG Money
forTour*
Miisfe.a��_
Mfcf i
i_&>_..'Uh��-*._
RENTS   AND  RENTS
A little jump in Mary's rent
Made Mary rather sore;
But everywhere that Mary went
They asked a little more.
I   ���Exchange.
A little rent in Mary's hose
Was where it wouldn't show;
Was in the heel, you know.
- Lethbiidge Herald.
CRAWFORD   TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK   HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
"Flyer    Staved     up    twenty-six  The only place it could have been
hours."   Must have been in  a
poker game. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
_,,     . , . ,       ,    ! So Marv came to Cranbrook town
The two classes of people who ���   Where high rent8 we do gee>
went south last fall are now get-1 s��� po��sibly poor Mary's rent
ting   ready   to   return    north���i    Was somewhere near the knee
millionaires and tramps.
"Waists will be shorter this
comiTig summer." ��� Victoria
fashion note. Probably the'
shoulders will be worn closer to
the hips.
A bride in   Fort  George   who i ,���,     ,, -   m***********************m
. .    , .       ,        ,      ���       , ,   I When I leaned o er to write  thi*.  piece
used to kiss her husoand good-1   Irentmy whole darn pant8.
bye every morning,   now   yells,
���Cranbrook Courier.
Rather red was Mary's nose
When flakes flew in the sky;
You see, the rent in Mary's hose
Was big and rather high.
���Omineca Herald.
Why all this noise about  Mary',  rent?
There's nothing to enhance
Wants all your MUSKRAT and MINK-QWCt-
and will pay you these extremely high prices,
MUSKRAT
Mo. l Eir-CH   !'����� i U* I V.i r7
 ]    _���,-����� A;.-rut   .    fen" '_���'_> -1 -ii-ii-UC".'-
Spri.it'
Winter
�����': 1      in. 2~~
__��"J_M
5.50 to 4.5fi|3.75 to 2.7512.40 to 2.1 ���'   soi��l
4.00to3.0012.50to 1.8-4li ifc ; _\' ���, |oj
M ii N I'.-.
"So long, you insect."
Prince Rupert police commissioners say they   can   run   their |
���The NewseDevil.
Fine, Dcrk 125.00 10 20.0^ 18.WI0 15. - III ., ' 7i .��� 39
u.uaicoior 15.90to 12.001 ILWto ..'.:<! 7.05ta 5.53   '    , Iblij
rw.        IrtB o 8.0^ 7.0'�� te 5.5,i r,...!., 1     : �� J [5jo g
T^e above prices arc based on the well known ''SHUBERT1
liberal ������lading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No,J,
No. 4, kitts, and otherwise inferior skins ai highest market
value.' We also want all your other furs ancl will pay the
BIG PRICES quoted in **tTl|r tljolirrt Wjipjirr" to get them.
Don't wait-5///P TODA Y.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money'-'uuickcr
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
WATER   NO i ICE
Diversion  and Use
^^_ ^-^_ .   ,    Take   notice,   that  W,   E.   WinsloW,
own city  without   interfence   by : whose address is Union Bank Building, j
the Lord's dav alliance bitrots       Victo-ia, B. C, will apply for a licence j
tne i_��ru $ uay aiuuirce uim>ib.     , to uke ailduBe g ftmi st.tonUs of waler,
After beinfc married nine times I out of Glacier creek, wh.ch Hows west
*\ . and drains into Bear river, about  three .
a Sircee Indian,   near Calgary, ! miles frc.n its mouth.   The water will
lived to be   145   years   old.    He | bf difvtrt>efd frT ,h" 8t?'am at.a po.',nl
J* I about half a mile from its mouth at the
must hav<?��been a hog for punishment.
Last week  a number of hole
-
ST   I   ��� 1 *  l .  ,.���
intake of Hume near the n.e.   corner of
lot 405, to be used on lot 406 for mining I
purpose on the crown   granted  mineral
claims.     Lucky   Seven.    Little    Joe, ,
^**��)*^*MMK < .,  ^^*~W**�� Eclipse, Little Joe   Fraction,    i 1  ri,.
card students 111 Vancouver were; Gypsy, Mayflower, Mosquito, Mosquito
| Fraction, and   Richard
Tins notice
ALL  THE   COMFORTS   OF   A   HOME
ARE   TO   BE   HAD   AT   THE '
HOTEL  STEWART
fined    $125    and    costs.      Thei :��� t - :;- _   ���-   --���":
. . .      . . I was posted on tlie ground on  the  23rd
judge told   the   aggregation   of; day of February, Ki2_.   A copy of this
hold   out   artists   to   study  the Inotice  and   an- application   pursuant
Shorter Catechism.
W.    DANN,   Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room      Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
Baths
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
dax
Oarage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
AND
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
NIGHT
H. COMER, Manager
lei. 2 long   1 short
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op.-n 9 a.rrr. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B, C.
! thereto and to the "Water   Acti 1914
j will he  filed in the office of tlie  Water I
Recorder at I'rince Rupert.   Objections!
to the application may be filed with said !
i Water Hecorderor with the Comptroller
of Water Ritriits,  Par ament BlutdiDffV,
I Victoria, B.C, withinjth:rty days after i
! the first appearance of this notice in  a i
j local  newspaper,    The date of the first
1 publication   of  this   notice   is   March 1
! 3, 1922.
F. B. WINSLOW. Applicant.
By H. C. Bennett, Agent.
NAAS
RIVER   LANDS
[Limited]
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STKWAKT, B. C.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Imorovements.
NOTICE.
I     Maybee     mineral       claim,      situate
in   tbe Portland Canal   mining division
of  Cassiar   district.     Where   located:
i West bank American creek.
Take notice that I. P. R. Jack, acting
     I as agent lor   John    War.llaw   Stewart,
of  the town   of   Sti'Wart,   B.C.,    freel
Notice is hereby given tiiat the above   Miner's      Certificate     No.      58843CTJ
named Company intends at the expira-  intend,       sixty      days      from       ihr
tion of one month from the tirst  publi-  date   hereof, to   apply to   the   Mining |
cation of this  notice,   to  apply to   the   Recorder for a Certificati "f [nprova
Regittrai of Joint Stock Companies for   ments, fur the purpose  of  obtaining ���
bis approval to the change of it a  name  Crown Grunt of the abi ve claims,
to 'Dunwell Mines,    Limited,"   [Non-      And further take nottre that  action,
IVrsonal Liability]. under Motion >*r), must  be  commenced I
I (ated at Victoria, B. C, the 4th day   before the issuance of  such Certificate j
of February. 1922. of Improvements. 1
ROBERT M.  STEWART, Dated   this   1st   day of  September.
32-4t Secretary for the C/ompanv.       A.D. 1921.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Folyhacite Fractional and  A*   Frt-c-.
tional  mineral   claims,   situate   in  the
PorUand ( anal mining division of Cassiar district.  Where located:  On southeast slope of Mount Dilworth.
lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of '
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited, N. I'. L., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 60.14C, Intend,
sixty days from the dale hereof, to iip-
111 y to tbe Mining Uecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a ( rown Grant of tite
above claims.   And further take notice
that ai tion, under .return 86, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated    this   Kith   day   of    August,
A.D.1921. 12
MP ER i\   '���' r.
Certiflcati of 1
NOTICE.
Gray  Copper,   Gray < '   '
mineral claims,    l
Can-1    n nit n ;
distriet.
Where locate*! '
Upper r-eiir nvei i *he K"'
rest Glacier, n
Take notice tl      I '  ,':
ree Miner-  I
Stew��rt, B.(
aaaizenl fori
Free Miners'
JoaepeA Saj
tflcateNo.  ������ . \
p.... ���     i ���
nason,   Free  fl ���.,
B877rC,   ii
date  hereof,  '
Recorder   foi
m.nU,   foi   thi
a Crown  Grai
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Eaiitmtive Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calamity may haj>|'ei*B|to you tomorrow. You may die. be burnt OUt, OT
be noma an invalid for life. Have you mada any provision against this'.' If not,
do it now. You cannot afford to wait another minute. Let one of tbe following
large companies carry the risk :
UliAHIilAN FIRE INSURANCE CO OlIFEN 1*1*1  INSURANCE CO.
TIONAL flUH INSUtAMCS co.
NOSTHIKN     FlltK    INSURANCL    CO
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE CO.
QLOBB    INDFMNITY   CO.,    FOR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT,
Mpurc        4Q     \PiaV\      H. W. M. ROLSTON, Agent
I lV-fTk3j        ^**J ��� VUI    N()t.iry ,.uWjc STKWAKT
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of Improvement.
NOTICE
Lakeshore mineral claim, situate   in
the Portland-Canal mining division ol
Cassiar district. Whee located; AI
head of  East   fork   of   Cascade Creek.
Salmon r i\ er valley.
Tako notice thai Dalby B.Morkill, of
Suwart, K C, acting as Kgent for
Andrew Lindeborg Fret Miner's Cer ideate No. 46924C, intend, sixty days
fn in the date hereof, to apply to tin-
Mining   Keiorder   for  a   Ceililnntc  uf
Improvementa, for tbe purpose of ob
taining a   Crown  Grant   of the abov.
.-Iaimi.    And   further   take   notice thai
action, under section 86, must bo com
menced   bef. re   the   issuai ce   (if BUch
Cfiiiiieate of Improvements,
Dated   this   loth  day   of   August,
All   1921. 12
 .
MINERAL ACT.
C. rtiiicate of Improvementa.
NOTICE
Texada     t>B  lioiml   Mineral    claim,
situate in   tbe    Portland Canal   mining
division of Cesoiss district.
Where located:    E st   folk   Cascade
Creek, Salmon River Valle)
Take notice thai I   Usly   R   Morkill,
ol   toe/art. B. c , ac mg an sg< nl  foi
Ut* B.C  Silver Mines. I.In P I
free mlnsrs'sertincst. No. M887C   ii
'������nd,   sixty    davs    from    the        '���
hereof      to     apply     to     the    M
I:, i unier    for    a    eertlAests   of    nn
provunteiits,   for   th��    purooM  of  ob
taining a Crown Granl of (bs aU>��<���,
11.un.
And further i .tU.f noliee  that   ae.n,< .
under section 16, musl bs semmeneoo.
before tbe issuence ol such sortiicata
of iinproven . i,t
Dated this Hi.h  idiy of   July,  A. I�� .
Ami farthi
under section *���
before th.
of Improvemi i '
Dated   th
September, \ I'
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