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 U A^t^tA*-^ ^ f&xrt***/
THE NEWS WILL KEEP
!,-,- POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINKS- $5.00 THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SENIT* THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL.
?. NO. 42
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH 17 1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
START WORK
OH BIG BRIDGE
Permanent Structure Over
Bear River���Cost About
$50.000---Traffic Will Not
Be Held   Up.
I going  launches���one   the  mail
j boat Pachena, and Captain An-
iderson's boat Irorn Seattle and
j Vancouver.    In addition to these
vessels the tug Tartar arrived, to
take away a scow loaded with 600
tons of ore.    The limited space
caused   great  inconvenience to
the steamers, as well as to the
public.   A large number of photographs were taken  of  this  unprecedented congeation.
Wants Wing Dam
J. A. Hall and W. U Balch
left during the week for Juneau,
where they will take up with the
territorial government of Alaska
the question of building a wing
dam on the Salmon river above
Hyder. This river has encroached each year upon the town
until now it has become a positive
menace during high water. It is
understood that the citizens of
Hyder are prepared to put up
$2Q,00 toward the cost of this
work.
The work of constructing a new
permanent bridge over the Dear
river, commenced on Monday
morning, when a small crew of
men were put to work breaking
a trail through the snow, from
town to bridge site, a distance-of
about one and one-half miles.
The new structure will be on
tho site of the old one which
went out last fall, and will consist of two 130 foot Howe truss
spans, with approximately 1000
feet of rock fill, about 600 feet of
which will be at the western end
and 400 feet at the east. The
whole undertaking will cost in
the neighborhood of $50,000, and
take most of the summer to
complete.
The pile driver, being used at
present in connection with the
dock extension work, will be
moved this week up to the
bridge, and a pile trestle will be
built across the present stream.
This will be decked so as  to take
care of the traffic up and down I    The following school  newslets
the valley, and at the same time i were left at the News office by
a track will belaid  in   order  toi Jean  Ward,   Mabel   Ward  and
convey rock from the quarry at J Beatrice Horstman:
the west end.    The rock wjjl  be     The children are planning  for
dropped in around   the   piles toj summer sports,
make the fill,   which   will   com-'    Mrs. Crawford  and Mrs.   Mc-
mence  at the lower end of the Leod were visitors,
wing  dam   and    continue  east j    Helen Crawford was missed at
about 600  feet,  to   where   the school for a few days last week,
spans are to start.    The idea of I | agrippe kept her home.
ATTENTION,   FARMERS!
AND
ST. PATRICKS DANCE
Tomorrow ni^ht (Friday) at the
school house, the dance in honor of
Ireland's patron saint, Patrick,
will take place. Proceeds���Aid
of fire  department.    Be present.
SCHOOL   NOTE3
STEWART   HAS  ONE   MINE
That is  PRODUCING   MILLIONS   IN   GOLD
SILVER ANNUALLY.
This mine is the mainstay of the local population
Numbering about 1000 people.
One thousand people consume a big train load
Of farm produce in a year.
The  profits   from   the   mine   buy   other trainloads of
Canadian produce
IF SPENT IN CANADA.
But is the Premier the only mine in the Stewart district?
Probably not.
A dozen properties
Have better surface showings than the Premier.
But for extortionate  transportation rates  and  market
monopoly
Stewart should have a dozen producing mines.
And consume a dozen times as much farm produce.
Gold and silver are money the world over.
Canada has the gold and silver
Ea*>t to west
Many areas rich in precious metals
Are awaiting development.
Open the ore market to the pioneer miner
And he will open up new Canadian mines.
The new mines will provide capital
For an endless chain of new Canadian industries.
Profits as well as wages of new Canadian industries
Will boost the fanners  home market.
The home market is the best market.
Canadian farmfe need the pioneer miner.
Give him a chance.
Outlaw the hold-up business.
Not the pioneer miner.
TELL YOUR MEMBER.
FarmerB and miners have a common interest
In fail transportation rates and fair markets.
Now's the time
To join forces and go get iliem.
LET'S   GO!
STEWART  CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION,
House cleaning and town improvement commenced in Hyder
last week.
The  new   Bank of   Montreal
block on Fifth street is nearing f
completion.
Charlie Larson reports that
since Ash Wednesday salmon
bave not been running strong
in the canal.
Spring is here. Yesterday a
friend of the News staff brought
back the office coal scuttle and
borrowed the rake.
Shamrocks are much in evidence today. Why wear sham
rocks when you can get the gold
rocks at Premier ore bunkers?
During the week the Hotel
King Edward erected upon the
peak of the roof a large sign
measuring 3x30 feet. William
Tolin,' proprietor, is undertaking
extensive interior alterations;
every room in the house is to be
repapered, and each room to have
a different pattern.
TAKE LEASE
ON PROPERTY
Local Men to Start Work
on Kansas Group���Old
Location on American
Creek���Well Defined Lead
VERY   PROMISING
There is every indication that
the mining industry in this district
will make great progress during
the coming .season. Five deals
have been made since first of year.
.STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS.
this fill is to change the course of
the river and  force   it   through
j under the spans, instead   of   allowing it to run along parallel to
Joan Mellor, Daphne Workman
and   Ida  Young are strong on
reasoning���coming politicians.
Pat McBride is working at the
Silverado.
Alex. McDonald arrived in
town on Tuesday from 13-Mile.
William   Fillier  has  gone  to
The   children   of   Stewart are \ work at the Indian mine. Salmon
the bridge, as at present.'   The I forming into the  political   line, river.
piers for   these  span*   will   be! At the school members of the de-     Reader,   never   leave   undone
piled, cedar being used.    At the bating society put up some able tofjay   what  should   have  been
eastern end a rock fill, a1 out 400 arguments. cooked,
feet long, is considered sufficient. 1    For piling wood at  the  house
Some repair work will also be of knowledge, Monday forenoon,
done to the wing dam in order to pupils were given an afternoon
ensure it protecting a built up; vacation. The girls hope another
roadway that will commence at cord will arrive soon,
the western end of the old ap-1 Last Saturday Mabel Ward
proachand continue out to the, celebrated her 13th anniversary.
Point where the wing dam con- May she live as long as she wants
j nects with the old bridge. I and never want as  long as she
Nothing definitely is knownU***-. ** --*wtoh o�� her many
w. hut u is anticipated that a young friends.
Nat portion of this work will be! Spring !��� con>to* On the
���lone hy contract. It is esti-, road to school we see old slippers,
"Wed that 0000 yards of rock , tin ***** dirty towels, anne.it
M��b�� reared, in addition to wx. and other debris lying on
[0M.dar_.ble piling. The iron streets and lots. Debris does
���ork alone will cost in the neigh-1 no* -----'^ a town'
Bfaood of moo erMOOO. ~Z~~ ' .
At the Premier
March 25  is   Lady-day- anni
versary of the angel's salutation I
to the Virgin Mary.
Up to the hour of going to press
the innocent little mosquito has
not put in an appearance.
The dance given  by   the   Fio-
N. Noran is down from Camp
4 and will spend some time in
town.
Micky Nash has gone to work
as a riveter on the pipe line at
13-Mile.
Eric Cameron came down from
the Premier mine during the
week end.
Walter Broad left on a business
trip to Rupert on Captain Anderson's launch, Robert E. Seymour.
Henry and S. G. Benson, who
arriyed from Vancouver recently,
intend to take up their permanent residence in Stewart.
The assay firm   of  Clothier &
George Sackman and M. Cas-
sidy were down from the Premier mine this week.
Jake Hawkinson went out to
Rupert on business on the Robert
G. Seymour, Monday.
W. J. Crawford left town with
the first load of supplies for the
Indian mine, Wednesday.
L. A. and S. G. Benson went
up the Bear valley on Tuesday
to do assessment work upon the
Adanac group.
The orchestra for the Firemen's ball will introduce one of
the latest fox trots, that great
mysterious Oriental piece, entitled "TheShiek."
Johnny Ryan came down from
the Premier, Wednesday, after
enjoying two months vacation
drilling the high grade. Three
men will hold his job down until
he returns.
C. S. Baker and associates
have taken a three-year lease and
bond on the Kansas, a group of
three crown granted claims,
owned by the Vancouver and
Portland Canal Mining Company,
Limited, of Vancouver.
This property is situated about
one mile up American creek, on
the north side. The cabin on the
property will need some repair,
though in fairly good condition.
There is a good trail from the
Bear river wagon road to the
property.
This property is one of the old
locations of the district and has
on it a well defined lead about
three feet wide, traceable on the
surface several hundred feet.
Numerous open cuts have been
made on it and a tunnel driven in
about 100 feet. During 1914-15
18 tons of high grade ore were
shipped from this property, but
since that time no work has been
done. Assays taken from the
showings run as high as 700
ounces in silver.
It is the intention of the lease
holders to take in supplies within
the next week, weather permitting. Actual mining operations
will start as soon as possible. It
is expected that a certain amount
of development work will have to
be done in order to open up new
ore bodies.
School Debate
Wednesday afternoon at the
school several children took part
in an  interesting debate.    Sub-
number of people we it over from
Stewart.
St.
Busy Port
Baker have   dissolved   partner
neers in Hyder last Friday night; ship.    C. S. Baker, having taken >ject:    "Who   was   the   Greater
was  a   huge   suczess.    A largejover the business,  will operate Man, Napoleon   or   Cromwell?"
it under his own name. ! Mabel Mellor and Muriel Craw-
xr At ..���-������-. ��� ford took the stand  that Crom-
Gearge Young,  road  foreman ��JJ J^ fa oppoiit;ion t0 Kings-
Oney McFadden returned with for   this   district, arrived   from1
his dog team. Sunday, after tak- Alice   Arm   on  the Pachena on
. guDPliei up   to* Goose cr.ek  Friday last.    He is here  for the
^^^^^       "purpose of getting the construction   of  the   Bear r#rer bridge
started.
The card party and dance, re-
Friday, cently   given   by   Mrs.   VV.   H.
to Goose creek
for the Fitzgerald brothers,    lb'
went up again on   Tuesday,   returning Wednesday.
_^^^^^^^ James Nesbitt. who came down
The warehouse at the Premier  .^^ ^ j>renr,jer last
ey McLeod and Stavely Mellor,
who contested that Napoleon was
the greater man. The keen perception displayed by all four
children for essential facts, and
the able manner in which each
side constructed and delivered
their argument, was most remarkable   and    reflected    great
Indian Starts
The Crawford transfer took up
the first load of supplies, camp
equipment and lumber, also a
crew of men, to the Indian, Wed.
nesday. It is reported to be the
intention of the company to take
in all their supplies before the
first of May, using sleighs to 9-
Mile; then rawhides will be used
until a good trail is broken to the
mine, a distance of about four
miles. Double enders will be
used from that point when the
trail is made. Work on the
Indian will be confined, at the
outset, to getting the camp in
readiness. It is reported that
G. D. B. Turner and associates,
who recently acquired this property, will undertake an extensive development program as
soon as possible. ��
Premier Ore Shipments
During the past week the Premier mine has shipped to Anyox
and Tacoma approximately 2400
tons of ore and concentrates.
This brings the total shipments
from the first of the year up to
about 11,800 tons.
Fine  Boat
Captain Anderson  returned to
located near the head of
ifwart can at   last   be   e&n.|mittft  locateu near ...�� ****** -  am*
Neredabuiiviift*    *** ->-*-*-1 the tram, ia now completed and
-V-Juayport.   On Friday jlhe tWW.il n0W B
after   winding  up a
locally,   will  leave for
��. the emotion af the" dock I in use.    The new assay office is | JJ^, -^ 1Iol Springs, where
' e all records and proved con-! ��-'���"-   *********   ,houyh
I brok
not  yet
lively the Iwa^uici'of thelbeingtiaed.   Work on the dam,
he will remain foramoutb.
......   Snoddy, well   known
���   *nt facihtiee, and even iM^*^^^!^     ����� Q*
*.-����60 .��-.���..�����    ��� ......Jwith the power plant ,-t^M.le.   ^J^^    llW
,he pointed a member ol
Stewart, Friday last, with his
new launch, the Robert G. Seymour, a 17-ton boat, measuring
52 feet over all, with 11x6 beam,
from
extension,  now under ^^^
|��on��truciion. is not sufficient tu I is about (unshed.
gwearao. the business.   This\***��Un* whJfb mn? ,   iHr
g"Witton was due to lhe arrival! **** -- tllt rtu,,U<'   " "* '
*tW0 ItaejMft, the Anyox to | way.
JMew; thai '.Mlliwack to unload,
1X"''.** of eoal ami  dO.OOO  f~t      Bl     l**->��cVs   dance     .night.
|of 'WBber;   ilea  two large sea! Aid of (lr�� department    Uol
ittle Watson   at   the   home of   Mrs. i credit upon not only contestants,
line  vvaisu..   _,.. ; but also the teacher,  Mr.   Harry
m-sineas   locauy,   w���.  ���-�����   ��owler- w*�� m a'd J* th*  W"' smith.    The debate lasted about
,)Ubl" '        men's Aid to St. Mark s church, | an hour, and was most instructive
of which Mrs. Watson has been!an(j   interesting   to   those   who I capable of doing 10 knots.    Hav
secretary for three years. ' heard it.    The thorough manner | ing sleeping accommodation   for
j in which each child had prepared i nine passengers,   Henry,   S.   G
the ore
been   ap
the  newly
organized Vancouver  Pilots,	
������_,���,.ated     He   has   been SUC   ... .�� ��h---���-���������~ "w."f"u"" 'put up the better argument,  lo
corporate.!. ^   ^( iu  way upon tne oil lands that they , ^^ ttJ,eraife on|ooKer there  was
of  the  G.  I   ���' . and associates have acquired in I little to choose between  the op-
that district. yxming side..
ceeded on tl'e
MoKt-oxie. Iate
steamship service,
Captain  Anderson, vice-presi-; tne*r 8Uhject  was   a surprise to land L. A. Benson  and  Major J.
dent, and H. Cameron, engineer, everyone.    Though the judges, | R. Greig came in   on   her.    All
Of tht Silverado Mining Co., have I J. P, Scarlett  and   P. S.  Jack, , were high in their praises of the
In-1 tone to Te.race,   where  active \after some time spent in deliber-1 performance of the craft,
drilling operat.onsare now under!-tion. ruled that  the   girls   had -       -
ur"""B   M ������* ���"* *-- *-"-- ������    -'���'    I'oor weather lor playing golf.
The annual assessment (house-
cleaning) is being blown in. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,
FRIDAY,   MARCH
1922
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Tli*-    PnrHanH    Ci\r\i.\    Npwslminion government for permission to es-
1 he   1 oi liana  Lanai   .\ t w s tobMgh m monopoIy in the importation of
wet goods into this province. But this
particularly point instantly obtrudes a
double-edged controversy in that the average individual who may or may not be intimately interested in this branch of the
public service will expect the government
to reduce its prices if it deities him the
privilege of importing his stimulants from
the other side of the Atlantic It will be
argued that the government's policy of
collecting its own tribute on the unofficial
shipments equalizes values all round; but
the fact remains that this phase of the
Liquor Control Act is no more a popular
interpretation of the people's instruction
than it is simple to enforce it. On the
other hand the point is still enshrouded in
legal doubts. Bootlegging will not cease
until a monopoly has been created. Government monopoly should warrant price
reduction. After all* it is the people's
business.
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 Accepted for First Page
FIUME   AGAIN
WHEN d'Annunzio ceased from
troubling it was thought that Fiume would
disappear from the list of storm centers.
The Fascisti have taken his place, and
Fiume is once more under insurgent control. The government which had been set
up by international arrangement has
given up authority and escaped. Since the
force, which has taken possession is
Italian, the government of Italy will be
held responsible, and the government of
Italy has many other troubles.
GRAIN   SHIPMENTS
SIXTEEN hundred cars of grain are
on the railways between Edmonton and
Vancouver. The government elevator at
the Terminal City is capable of handling
fifteen cars each day. The consequent
unavoidable delay in getting the grain
into ships on this coast has caused an
embargo to be placed on all western shipments until the congestion has been relieved. This is an unfortunate development just as this coast was beginning to
realize the benefits of business routed
this way.
EGYPT
ABANDONMENT of the British protectorate over Egypt was destined to take
place as soon as it should have been demonstrated to the British government that
the creation of an independent sovereign
state would not in any way prejudice imperial interests or communications at this
important highway junction. It should
be to the everlasting advantage of Egypt
to enter into the necessary covenants that
shall provide simple protection for the
Suez Canal and the numerous British investments to which large irrigation
schemes and other financial enterprises
bear witness. Nor will any foreign country assume the right to qualify British
claims to special privilege in this particular connection as long as such preference
shall involve a reciprocal engagement in
its behalf in Egypt. The undertaking in
the last analysis is one that calls for cooperation between Egypt and Great Britain. Both have an important interest
to safeguard and obvious mutual advantages may be derived without the least
prejudicial effect upon other nations. By
writing finis to the protectorate another
irritant has been removed from the sphere
of imperial politics.
HOW TO fiOOST STEWART
l.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Praise it.
Improve it.
Talk about it.
TRADE AT HOME.
Be   public   spirited.
Take a home pride in it.
7. Remember it is your home.
8. Advertise in The Stewart >Tews.
9. Trade here and induce others to trade here.
10. Support your local institutions that benefit
your town.
11. Look   ahead  of  self  when all the town
is considered.
12. All business men and others should join the
Citizens' Association and help speed up.
13. Objections which are made���"I don't like
the way things have been running"���
14. WELL then, get in and run them as you
would like. If your way is right it will be tried out.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
You can't stay ahead, if you don't plan ahead.
"We can hear the footsteps of a fly like thun
der," says an exchange.   Like thunder, you can!
Only 1,890,000 are turning handsprings for a
meal in Great Britain. This is a decrease of
44,000 in a month.
From the way she produces paper money there
must be something in the claim that Germany
was   beaten   to  pulp.
Ottawa refuses to save daylight this year.
When the Dominion" house is in session they need
all the night they can get in Ottawa.
When they're dressed for market, you can't
tell a chicken from an old hen. (This is a poultry
item in a Westminster paper, not a fashion note.)
Girls in the clothing factories in England have
struck over the right to smoke  while   at   work.
"Lend me a pill, I'm all shot to pieces,"  is   not
| heard in the sweat shops these days.
The Standard Oil company made a profit of
$21,000,000 last year. This is a few cents more
than the combined profits, during the same period,
of the Hyder Miner and the^Portland Canal News.
The following appeared in a Manitoba exchange: "The bride wore a dress of beaver brocaded crepe de chine with velvet hat to match.
The bridegroom wore a gold watch, the gift of the
bride."   Man, poor man!
LIQUOR  MONOPOLY
ALTHOUGH British Columbia has
lost the first round in its fight for greater
latitude in respect of its liquor transactions
it can still press its claims upon the Do-
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
Ganong's  and  Lowney's   Chocolates
Stationary      China      Library
All the Very Latest    Music and Records
Sole Agent for the Imperial  Tobacco  Company
and Caniidian Steam Laundry
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A Complete
Banking Service
Small traders and great industrial corporations���workmen with m6dest savings
accounts and farmers with their banking
business���find in the Bank of Montreal
the banking service they require extended
to them with courteous attention.
The facilities of this Bank are equally at
the service of every class in the community.
���.=__
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch:  L S. WHITTAKER.  Manager.
TOTAL ASSETS IN EXCESS OF #500,000,000
j
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYIEb NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT-
Best Assortment
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 Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Swe*et   Pickles,   Sauerkraut,   Dills   and   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE . .
Head OFHOI
101 Pamberton Block,    -   VICTORIA, B. 0.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.    STEWART, -      President
Lots for sale in all parts of town STEWART LAND CO., LTO.
Listings of properties for sale wanted    Fifth St, Stewart, BC
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKllT
MINING SURVEYOR
B- C- Lail(l Surveyor
STEWAKT, B. C
DR. ALFRED H.  BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    Pi*,NcE RL.pERT
HBLGBR80N    BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
assayers
Stewart.
B.C
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder    	
Alaska
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER - ALASKA
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly,
HYDER,       -        -       -       ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in northern
british columbia
EL B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan ** 1.511 |.t-r day up
m     Synopsis of    .
Land f*t fn.nn._Ris
Minimum price of ftnt c!am Itn4
reduced to (. an acre, -,.- .oat to
12 *a an acre.
Pra-empth-n n"w confined to eur-
-eyed Iai da only
Record', -III bo granted ���erlnn nly
land Mltablt fo. ��tci . mil purpoMl
aj (1 which is "Oil.mu >*|  laud
Partnership  pr��-eni| ..      -htt,
bul pur. ion ut nu. morn hai r max
arrai *.-     for     adjacent -     Uoni
with Joint raaHtniun. bul an I. uakhii
io > ev^ti > impmi einf nth ah reiipectivfl
claima t��
fre-emytor- muni   ���,;.<��� i       I r
Ave yean* ami  mnk-   ni|
value of Iii) | . r aci id   -   ��� -���
Ina and . i tlvation of al . . ��� : -.ra,
bc.'oi ,- r.'c��:\ Ing .'i
Where pra-*mpt< ; lion not
It**-  thun  .1 >e,.r-     ,   .1      . pr
port���Mint* Improvem ��� )   it
emise of IU-health, it r cause  l>��
grunted Intermediate cerl ������' im
provement and tranafe'  hli  ola m
Record*!    without    pertnu   ���   '    residence  ma>   be     iau<  I I
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liaiellur*  ** PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   17,   1922
SERVICE
GROCERIES
Are a Good Buy To-Day at Our
Prices. Our Rapid Turn Over
Keeps the Goods Fresh
,i-t US  FILL  YOUR  NEXT  ORDER
YUKON   SILVER   OUTPUT
WE   SAVE   YOU
MONEY
AT   ALL   TIMES
Yukon's  great  silver  tide is
steadily riling and the Klondike
continues the banner  gold   producing camp of the entire north-
land,  says a  thirty-eight page
special   edition   of the   Dawson
Daily News.   Silver mining has
progressed at an astonishing rate
j in the last  two years.   Fifteen
! hundred mines, a large  proportion of fohich are producing, have
been  staked.   The   fields  have
been covered by companies that
hold most of the big producing
claims that are pushing their development.    A year ago the Yukon Gold company was the only
large   organization   engaged   in
quartz mining and exploration
at Mayo, but since then the two
well known American companies
have obtained control of many
claims which large crews are now
developing.
The most notable strike on
Keno hill was the finding of the
lode on the west end, McQuesten
slope. The finding of this rich
mine was accidental as in the
of a great many mineral discoveries. A buck board carrying
two men skidded down a slippery
embankment and turned up a
piece of float which told the
story. The ore assays from 200
to 500 ounces to the ton.
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	
OUR MOTTO
" The Most of the Best for Less"
PICKED   FROM   THE   DUMP
Under New Management
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
SNOW IS TURNING INTO SLUSH
COME IN AND GET PAIR OF RUBBERS
PRICE NOT EMBARRASSING
Salmon River
Trading Coy
An English company has taken
over the Stump lake property,
Nicola Valley, and will operate
this summer.
Natural   gas,   according to  a
Merritt paper, has been found in
, that   village.     Prooably  in   the
printing office.
Mining  machinery   is    being
shipped   to   Cedar  creek in the
Cariboo, and much work will  be
'done this summer.
Pat Daly enlivened the meeting of the British Columbia
division of the Canadian Institute
of Mining and Metallurgy, held
lin Vancouver, February 13-15.
Not a miner is working in the
Republic (Washington) camp.
Twenty-five years ago Patsy
Clark put the camp on the map
and then shoved it over the dump.
mNEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NI'WELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE. 1.  LONG. 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
FOOTWEAR THAT'S GOOD
Shot buying tima is here. We
carry tin-kind for tender feet.
Latest ityli��.    Prices just right
JUST UNPACKED
LADIES' READY TO WEAR
Garments that are useful ami
evervone a bargain. More
coming on next boat.    See them
The Smartest of Smart Goods
You want value���we have it- in our
wonderful offering of Men's wear.   We have your size
H.
ZEFFERT,      SMITH   BLOCK,     STEWART,   B.C.
NEXT   DOOR   HANK
MONTREAL
Stewart
with
Oil   and
been ob
of
an
Look at the map of British Columbia ��tM on in   ����nec^
with an unbiased mind.    Koughly  Van-   already ^^^i."  at a
couver ia   800   miles   from   lhe   same   tamed.     I ' ��� ^
point in the Peace River   country   that   depth OaboU    ^"6 ^
i. reach.d in 400 mil*,   from   Stewart,   and   enough    nve^igaU
which is   the   natural   outlet   for   the  place to, be  a      "     tn        ^  ^
whole northern and eastern interior.        wonderful  extent
abundance ol naiurai k��
The .wa under cultivation at present
ia only  aboul   300,000  ace*.
population  of the
the about 20,000
out of the coil
Nearly every Bettler in the Peace
River district ia talking of railway
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad   terms   there   are
thirty-two   millions  of   acres   of
Peace Kiver district situated within tht
neai1"  iloul'U
portiona of Alberta.
boundaries of British Columbia, and
more than forty millions of acres with
in the Province of Alberta, most of It
being suitable agricultural land for
mixed farming or ranching. In addition there is a vast area nf mineral and
timber resources, theextentof which is
only beginning to be realised.
Immense deposits ��.f anthracite  eod
have been located and the  president of
the Peace Kiver   Hoard   of   'trade   il
authority for the  statement   that
coal grades higher   than   Pennsylvania few y<-***
. ' iirmlucllH' ��� ^,________
coal. , ,     j,, IMIU ,|OH lOll-
Intensive  exploration work il being  or roUfWJ
^^^^^    ami   the
whole    district    is
l lie lirst grain v. as sent
ntry three years ago, and
consisted of less than one thousand
bushels. Lasl year nine million bushels
were produced from about a quarter
millionaires, the average wheat yield
being thirty  live bUShslS to thc acre, or
the average of  other
|..,,,,,.,_______ The land   ih   also
Well adapted for the raising ol Itock ol
all kinds, particularly hogs.
U is reasonable to suppose ^mi n
260,000 acres are now   producing 9,000,
this 1 ooo bushels i.i grain, that within s verj
there will be 10,000,000 at rt i
00 1,000 hush. Is ol  grain,
The mines around Butte are
resuming work.
An ore testing plant is to be
established at Nelson.
All over British Columbia
mining conditions reflect steady
general improvement.
Through the entire period of
metal depression Trail smelter
constantly operated its plant and
its mines.
After a sleep of 25 years the
placers of Granite creek, near
Princeton, show evidence of renewed activity.
With a crew of 630 employed
the Granby's (Anyox) operations
are proceeding on a scale of considerable magnitude.
Metal markets are better. The
gloomy conditions early last year
improved. Lead is strong, with
copper and zinc working into
better shape.
Death wrought sad havoc in
the ranks of northwest mining
men last year. Many pioneer
characters of the Coeur d'Alenes,
Rossland and Slocan districts
passed on.
British Columbia mining men
may regard the record of 1921
with satisfaction and advance into 1922 with confidence. A total
decline of approximately 27 per
cent in the value of metals and
coal produced, in comparison
with reductions ranging in the
adjacent mining states from 39
to 77 per cent, appears a showing
of which we may be proud.
While the world's markets have
been practically stagnant, the
industry in our province, although inevitably slowed down,
has been maintained on such a
basis that the recent slight outside improvement has been reflected in a speeding up of operations in mining centers and
generally healthier tone of
optimism.
The year 1922 should bring
British Columbia into (creator
prominence than ever before as
a mineral producer. If world
market conditions improve, in
other words, if there is an  early
Give  us  a  trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
FRED  DOREY
Manager
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
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 National Rajliuai^
(IRANI)   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Steamers   sailing   between   Seattle,   Victoria. Vancouver, Powell
European  economic   adjustment Rlveri Ocean Falls. Swanson Bay. Prince Rupert, Anyox,   Stewart
such us ia promised by the Cannes j and Queen Charlotte Islands,
conference   and   the   old   world,
kret8downtotherealworkofre-|^L^)AYs    ^    ^^j-   0*CL0C...    MIDNIGHT.     FOR
BAILINGS from PRINCE RI PERT
establishment, this is assured,
lhe larger companies, the independent operutors, the individual
miners, ami the prospectors are
justified in   looking ahead   with
confidence.   Capital, of oourte,
is necessary for development
and, unless all auguries are
faulty, there will be much invested in new mining projects,
already in shape for action, during the next twelvemonth,
lion. William Sloan, minister
of [nines.
SWANSON HAV, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE   RUPERT   FOR' 8TBWART
P. M., March 16, 80, April 13, 27.
11 .un 8ei Men.
MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY  and IATUHlJA\   al U.15 a.m.
fur
Prino. Qeorg'    Edmonton and Winnipeg, makiiii direct
, uiini-.tit.il'   I'm   ;tll  -i ���!ui -.  I ,i-t  ami .Smith.
For Atlantic Bteamehip gaUinga orfurther informationi apply to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or toll. A. McNicholl, Assistant
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert, IV C,
l'ii��*-',h'jel
iilicru   I' PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   17,   1922
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75v944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Sil/er. $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
fs 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, 1893-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 19061910,. $125, -
534,^74; for five years, 19U-I9I5, $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 thfi 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 oth��r 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.
SOME   ADVICE
crawford  Transfer
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK   HORSES..
WOOD   AND    COAL
STEWART. B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,   Manager
If a woman is sulky arid will not spfcak- Exciter.
If she gets excited���Controller.
If she talks too long���Interrupter.
If she goes up in the air���Condenser.
If she wants chocolater��� Feeder.
If she gossips too much���Regulator.
If she is too contrary���Transformer.
If she is willing to come half way- Meeter.
If she will come all the way���Receiver.
If she is a poor cook��� Discharger
If she is wrong���Rectifier.
If she elopes���Telegrapher.
BlGMoney
; for lour
uskrat ,
SOME   BRAIN   LEAKS
for
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local  Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
Vancover    police    fines
January were over $10,000.
Vancouver has gone dry again.
Fifty cases of booze were seized
by the police last week.
Every cannery in British Columbia will operate this summer.
All the old packs have been disposed of.
Dirt is moving at Duncan.
The new subdivision lately placed
on the market is going like ice in
a red hot stove.
In the divorce court at Portland, "Love vs. Love" and
"Honey vs. Honey," are being
tried this week.   Some sweet.
One column in a Vancouver
paper states in black type, 'Peace
in Ireland;' in another, on same
page, 'B��yonet Charges Subdue
Ireland; one dead, 20 wounded in
fierce fighting.' It looks as if
the peace is take a piece out of
your fellow man.
The Canadian mercantile ma*
ine is running the Canadian
National railways a close second
as a liability. Last year thej
marine sunk $2,000,000 in the
cellar. Too many low grade men
! working on a high grade proposition was the cause.
United States Senator King of
lUtah says Canada should be willing to give up a portion of Quebec province, lying between St.
Lawrence and New York state,
in return for a partnership agreement in the proposed St. Lawrence highway. Look here,
Uncle Samuel, what we have
we'll hold.
Over 2,000,000 pounds of halibut were landed monthly at
Prince Rupert last year. No
wonder Rupe citizens are a brainy
bunch.
American residents in Canada
are being called upon to contribute their share to Uncle Sam's
operating expenses. Under the
United States law all citizens of
che republic, no matter where
they reside, who are in receipt
of an income of $1000 or more a
year must pay a tax to the United
States government.
Morgan's team, driven by B:ll
Grayson, won the Pas dog derby
for the second year in succession,
last week, finishing the 200 mile
run in 24 hours, 51 minutes, said
to be a world's record. Theo
Dupas finished second in 25 hours,
35 minutes. Solomon Cook was
third in 27 hours, 2 minuts, and
Sam Prarueau fourth in 27 hours,
16 minutes.
Wants dl your MUSKRAT ancl MINK-QUICK-
and will pay you these extremely high price*.
MUSKRAT
No. 1 br.e   j   IE! 1 M^innT ~~���|
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Spring
Winter
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S.50to*lW3.75te2.7a2.48to2.00jl.5f     .241.50to .86
���t.00 to3.00J2.S0 to 1.8,ili.'.-0t.'L/'C,?.:���?'>. .���fi^U.COto M
MINI.
Fine, D��k 1.5.00 to 20.0G
UwalColrJlS.J-C to 12.00
Co-a       110.00 to 8.051
18.00 to 15.iv!l.i;.! iol.-..' ������.'.���.. U   ;, SbflQ
11.00 to 8Xa 7C0 to S.SCi 5.0J to '. |..Wto 2K
7.0 Jo 5id 5.00 to iOffl 3.7.S o 3.00 3.75 to l.?j
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $100      A      DAY
Baths
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Ou.n 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B, C.
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
Oarage Corner Sixth anil Conway
Stand at Stewart Hute!
DAY   AND   NIGHT
H   0OMH  Manager
Tel. - loriK    1 Hliort
NAAS   RIVER   LANDS
[Limited]
Notice iB hereby given that the ahove
named Company intend- at the expiration of one month from the first publication of thia notice, to apply to the
litgisti itr of Joint Stork Companies for
Iiih Hpproval to the change of tlm name
to "Dunwell Mil,en, Limited," [ Non-
ParaoMl Liability |.
Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 4th day
of February. VMi.
ROBERT M. STEWART,
3_-4t        Secretary for the Company.
WATER   NOTICE
Diversion   and Use
Take   notice,   that  F.   E.   Winslow,
whose address is Union Bank Building,
Victo-ia, B. C, will apply for a licence I
to take and use 28 feet seconds ol water i
out of (.lacier creek, which Hows   west j
and drains into Bear river, about  three ;
miles from its mouth.    The  water will
ba diverted from th<* stream at a point i
about half a mile from its mouth at the
intake of flume near the n.e.   corner of
lot 405, to be used on lot 405 for mining
porpoae on the crown   granted  mineral
claima,     Lucky   Seven.    Little     Joe, j
Eclipse, Little Joe   Fraction.   Herbert,
Gypsy, Mayflower, Mosquito, Mosquito
Fraction, and   Richard  I.    This  notice
was posted on the ground on  the  2ord
day of February, Vj'iZ.    A copy of this
notice   and    an   appli' ation    pursuant
thereto and to the "Water   Acti 1914,"
will be   filed in the office of Cie   Water
Recorder at Prince Rupert.   Objection*
to the application may be filed with said
Water Reeoideror with the Comptroller
of Water Rights, Par ament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., within|thirty days after
the first appearance of this notice in  a
local  newspaper.    The date of the first
publication   of   this   notice   is    March
3   1922
"  P.  F.  WINSLOW, Applica2t.
By H. C. Bennett, Agent.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Maybee mineral claim, situate
in the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar district. Where located:
West bank American creek.
Take notice that I, P. S. Jack, acting
as agent tor John Wardlaw Stewart,
of the town of Stewart, B.C., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 68343C;
intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improve
ments, for the purpose ol obtaining u
Crown (irant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under aeetion K5, mull be comment tsd
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st dav of September,
A.D. ltt-1.
Tue above prices ore based on the well known "SHUBERT"
libt/ai grading and arc quoted for immediate shipment. No. 3,
No. 4, kitts, and otherwise inferior skins at highest market
value. We also want all your other furs and w li i iy the
BIG PRICES quoted in "Zi*.* fcimbrrt fciiwir" to get them.
Don't y/ait-SHIP TODAY.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"Quicker"
BSESb-".
m \i *-$ * yj
w*
tf *\ ,
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H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STKWAKT,     -   -    -     li. C.
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates Furnished ����   Work Guaranteed
STEWART, B.���.
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calamity may happen lo you tomorrow,    Yol"  iiimv die,   be  burnt out, or
b.-i iiine an invalid for life.    Have you mada any prevision against thi*'.'    If not, .
do ll now.     You cannol alfoid to wail mu.ll.ei  minul*      I .-I one ofthe following
large companies curry the risk:
i.CARDIAN flBI INSl'KV < I   00 QUEEN KIBE INSURANCE Co
NATIONAL  NRE   INSURANCE CO
NORTHERN     1 IKK    INSURANCE     I <���
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    CO
PA< IMC   IIARINI   INSURANCE CO
(,LOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FoR   SICK   OU   ACCIDENT
MINERAL ACT.
Cert-ficate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
Poiybacite Fractional and Ag Fractional mineral claims, Fituate In the
Portland ( anal mining divis on of Cassiar distrrc"!. Where located: On southeast slope of Mount Dilworth.
'lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Cratt Mine**, Limited, N.I'.L., Free
Miner's Certilicate No. 606.4C, intend,
sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cer
lilicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a I rown Grant of tha
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section B6, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of improvements
Dated this loth day of August,
A.D. 1921. |j
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate of Improvement.
NOTICE
Lakeshore mineral claim, situate in
the Poili.nd Canal mining dmtion of
Ca.-siar district. Where located! At
load of Fast fork of CniTtrtt (>.._,
Salmon river valley.
Take notice that Hulby B. Moikill, ol
Stewart, B C.. acting as agent for
Andrew Lindebore, Free Miner's Ier ill
cale No. lii'r.'p . n lend, *ulv days
frem the date hereof, to ap,,h lo i ,
Mining Recorder for a Cerli'licale ol
Improvements, for th. purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice thai
action, under section M, must be com
menced before the issuarce of audi
Certificate of Improvement
Dated this 10th day of August,
AD   lir.l. ���������
Mir ER/ I. AC
c-1 tJfteate of 1
NOTICE
r
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Cray   Copper,   Cr y
mineral claima, BitURb
Cam I     mining   divi
district.
Where bested: 0
Upper Bear rtver and
rest Glacier, Hear ri    l
Take notice thai
Free Minera' Certifies t<
Stewat, B. C, for ii
as agent lor Georginii   !
Free Miner.-.'   Certil
Joaepc A. Bayward, I
tWcateNo.  63720C,   ami
naaon.   Free   Miner     '
SSTffrC,    intend,   sixtj
date   hereof,   to B| plj    '"
Recorder   for a Certificati
menu,   ror th<   p
��� Crown  (Iraniof   I
Ana further take notii ���
.  .,.. i taction 86, n
|.> lore the  lauance ol -
of Impmv ni" nt-.
|> ited   tbis   twenlj ���
Baptember, A.D
���
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��� ���...������ �������� ii
News, $5 Year
H. W. M. ROLSTON, Ajrent
Notary Public STKWAKT
MINERAL ACT.
i �� itilicateof Improvementa.
NOTII I
IVxada     Ira.-lional   Mineral   elaim,
situate iii  th��  Portland Canal mining
division ol   I ax.vaa dialiict.
Vkaralocated:   F.-.1  fo��u  Caeeade
I leek. .Salmon Rival   V
Tak. notice that 1. liMly B. Morkill,
of Stewart B. C, ���ei|n�� as uwl lor
the II  C   Sllvei Milieu   | imited   '.   I' I
frue miner-' eartilicate N
UjimI,    ai��ty    day.     from     lhe    dm,
hereof.     to     hppI,     to     tl..     Mining
Recorder    for     ulir.i-   ���i   mi
proveimnu,   for    lhe     purpOM   ol    _b
tin.nng  .   Crown   Grant   of   lie    uIm.v*
ilaim
And further tei. noUee tiai ..
Uon   .   iiiu.i be n
lhe il uauea uf aut-h  cartificaU
of in
Dated thk 16th   i., of J v. D
I i*  ���  I
MINERAL V(
(', M.tU'ille   "i   I'"!'"
MM II I
"Noi thorn Light No, 1
In i,i. No. *\" "Northei
. ib. in i Ighl  No,  I,
l.igiu No. .,    "Northeri
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Lighl No. a,"   'Northerit   i
," Northern I igni
"Woodbine."   ' Woodbn
������Km belie. . I.O-BI
���Ituated In the Purl
Dlviaion of Caaniai
Where local,.!     I
a, Salmoi
,   TAKE NOTH KU   '   '
uf  Btewarl    li I      ���
lo, Charlaa Hdnlu .. I
Pree llli-are'   Cerl
i hail.     Il.ii
tillral-     N"      ���'
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I. i n Ho\ laial, Pi'<
No   U��,s "��
Kecurdi ' '
And furtl
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of Impi	
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