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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
YOU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINES���$5.00 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.
VOL. 5, NO. 5
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   22,  1923
$5 THE  YEAR
PEACE RIVER
COAST OUTLET
Residents of the Interior
Agitating for Route to
Stewart, and C. P. R. Is
Making Surveys
I Marmot Wednesday to ascertain
the condition of the camp and
see what is needed for the resumption of work, which is expected to commence next Monday with a small crew on the
start. Some trail work will have
to be done in order that supplies
can be taken in by pack horses.
Later in the season it is the intention to erect permanent camps
and employ as many men as can
work to advantage.
STEWART-HYDER LOCAL NEWS
Writing under date of May 26,
W. Wade of Spirit River, in a
letter to G. W. Mason of Prince
George, published in the Prince
George Citizen, says:
"I wonder if you people of
Prince George know just what
ia happening in railway matters
to the north of your city. A party
of specialists   left  Spirit  River, ^^^^^^^^
. . -    ..     , ,     ,   ! development shortly, and mean-
last week for the purpose of mak-;    ...   ., ... . ,
I while they will go up and do some
ing a reconnoissance of a direct j pre|imirlary work.   The pr0perty
route from Spirit River to Stew- j3 0n the west side of the Salmon
art. on the Pacific coast.     This! glacier.
is the result of our  agitation   to
Will Work Munro
J. R. Munro and Pat McBride.
owners with A! H. McDonald of
tlie Munro group, which they
bonded in Vancouver a short time
ago. returned Saturday from the
south. They say that the English syndicate who have taken
! over the property will commence
have the C. N. R. build through
the Peace River Pass, to connect
with Prince George.    It  is  evi-
t;;ke up their option on the E. D
& B. C. railway at   the  proper
time, and the engineers and specialists (now making the recon
issance) are representing thi
P. R. and it would appear that
construction may be expected to;
commence in the course of a year
or two.   This will eventually result in your city getting  a   con-
.acting line to Finlay Forks Our !zonely.ngonthe nQrth  gjde of
the  C. N. R.   haveither.verand a,ready  traced to
J. W. Pieksen is a recent ar-1 Duke Harris left Saturday for
rival from Joplin, Missouri. Hazelton, after spending a week
Alex Frazer returned Saturday jhere-
from  a  short business trip to     Dan   Kinalley.   a  pioneer of
Rupert, j Hyder    and    oldtime   interior
Dick Olson, a well known mine iAlaskan- relurned Sl,ndav from
blacksmith, left on tha Jefferson Ia tr|P outside,
for a trip outside. A. Pearce Godley, of the New
John Lox and'Gus SundbergPork firm ��f Enyard & Godley
are leaving today on a prospect-i Incorporated, arrived recently
ing trip to the head of the Sal- from Edmonton to size up busi-
mon glacier. , ness conditions here.
Thomas Hicks, auditor for the And/ Morison well known all
Liquor Control Board, was fc ov�� -**���r Alaska *** who
town   during   the   stay   of   the'went to the Yukon ���  1897.   ar-
Prince Rupert. i",v** *1 Hyder ���  l,he laSt tnp
���,..,.      ,      , of the Prince of Wales.
Mrs. D. A.  Smitheringale of
Vancouver arrived Sunday to J. A. McDonald, a pioneer car-
spend the summer with her sis- penter of the camp, and inter-
ter Mrs. W. B  George. ested in mining here,  returned
Tuesday morning the Camp- ��"the Jefferson   from  Seattle.
bell &  Duke  bakery shipped a where he spent the winter,
half dozen large boxes of bread     F. M. Waldie and G. D.  Bell,
Meet me at Stewart, July 2.
Are you getting ready for the
Kalathumpian parade?
Diamond drilling has recommenced on the Big Missouri.
Do you notice how the days are
shrinking? Yesterday was the
longest day.
Miss Ida Watson, who has been
attendingHigh School at Victoria,
has passed on recommendation
and will return home on the 30th.
The committee in charge of
the Dominion Day celebration
are anxious to receive entries
for the horse races as soon as
possible.
The Prince Rupert arrived
Saturday morning from Vancouver with 58 first-class passengers���20 of whom were tourists
���and 40 steerage.
J. W. Jorgenson arrived Saturday with his wife and little
daughter from Cloverdale and is
looking for a place in the cookhouse of some local camp.
ELECTRIC CO.
GET FRANCHISE
Barney Gulch Project Approved by Government
and Financed in England.
Work to Commence Soon
Local members of the International Electric Co., Limited, held
a meeting at the company's office
on the evening of the 9th inst.
to consider the terms of a franchise for the supplying of light,
power and telephones to the town
of Stewart, which is being
j granted by the provincial government, and also to hear the
financial report of the directors.
After carefully going over the
extensive correspondence of the
Murdock McLeod, who was re- j secretary leading up to the ap-
Over the Bear Glacier
A.  W.  Vassar,  E. M., C. E ,
will leave tomorrow on his return
i    ��� tu * *u   n n r��  ���  ���    j   .   ' to Vancouver after making a trip! V"" e       nr-  ��� ��.��� ���* *. mu
<L-nt that the C. P. R intends toj . |day from Vancouver to start the
I to the west side of the Bear river
glacier with J. E. Douville to examine mining properties which
they hold.    Mr. Vassar is highly
���; ��� o. ���\ ���     ""���"-��  *r* '""''"! impressed with the possibilities j i"1"**" .....__......__.._
no-jjance) are representing the      J ^    as      fc j He left more than a year ago on
<.. r. K. and it would anripar rhnr ��� , "       . , ,
ducer  of   minerals,    once   the
country  is properly opened  up
with    roads   and   trails.    The
Beaver   river  property he   ex-
  amined carries an immense ore
���vj r miay r orKS. uur;
efforts with
resulted in stirring the C. P. R
to the various road camps of the old   time   prospectors   of   the      rted -^ -^ wjnter jn a coal undertaking by the
dlStnCt- Kootenays. arrived from Nelson mine afc Nanaim0i iged hig
George Brown, who  is  inter- on   the   last   boat    and  intend friendg ^     by returnjng t() EJ^^^^E
ested in mining claims  on   the spending the summer in the hills jthe camp
Marmot section,  arrived Satur- around Stewart.
season's development work.
Hugh B. McDougall, the pioneer blacksmith of Hyder. returned   Saturday  from Seattle.
to action, and I doubt whether
the Rrule Lake line to Grande
Prairie will now-he built. It
would appear that the new route
will follow the Peace River to
Finlay Forks, thence up the Om-
inecarives, crossing in the neighborhood of   Bear   lake,   thence
the summit of the mountain.
Several shoots of high grade
have been partially prospected by
means of open cuts.
n >rLh-westerly around the  spur arternoi
School Term Finished
Closing    exercises    for    the
Stewart school will be held this
the Cedar creek placer excite
ment.
A. W. P. LeSueur, who is developing the Ruby Silver group
on Mosquito creek, left Saturday
on a business trip to Victoria.
He expects to return in about
three weeks.
A. W. Fox, formerly commissioner at Ketchikan and now
practicing law in Hyder, has
opened an office on the east side
of International avenue, opposite
the Golden Gate rooms.
Roy L. Clothier, superintendent of the   Indian   and   Mobile
 pon,     commencing   at   2 j mines,  left Saturday  for  Van-
ot    mountains,      tapping    the | 0-c|ock and finishing with a base-
Ground    Hog    coalfields,     and
was heard,   which showed that
^^^^^^^ after placing, practically at par,
_   . , .     . ui   i i    Tony Grashio, brother of Joe j $50,000 worth  of  the  treasury
Oliver Smith is clearing b-0^GmbJoths popular Hyder bar- shares with the underwriters of
49 wh.ch he purchased at the L arrWed gunday morning the companVi an English trUst
recent government sale, and will | from Spokanei and is holding company, that only 700 shares
go into  the   market  gardening jdown  a ahift [n the Malamute | still  remained in the treasury.
shop. land the company will now have
Walter D. Clark, treasurer of ample funds to carry out its un-
the Franklin   Printers'   Associ-1 dertakings in every detail.
ation   of   Southern   California, j    Cyril G. Jackson is at present
whose   home  is   in    Riverside, (putting the poles in  the water
passed through on the Jefferson | for the construction of the trans-
business, at which  he  had   ex-i
perience in England.
Misses Muriel and Edith Crawford returned Saturday from New
Westminster, where they have
been attending Columbia College,
Miss Edith having finished the
course and graduating.
Seven men  are employed  in-
on a sight-seeing tour of Alaska, j mission   line    from   the   power
[underway within the next six
weeks.
thence to Stewart.
ball game between the boys and
^^^^^^^^     This  gives Kjr|8#      Pupils   who   will   write
ua a direct coast outlet and,   of next week  for entrance exami
court*, this ia our   principal ob-1 nations   are:   For   second  year
J-Ct-" high school,  Mable Mellor; for
n        n~        te n entrance,     Cherry     Campbell.
bone Bartholf Back        j Kingslcy  McLeod,   Jean  Ward,
EH. and Mrs.   Bartholf   re- Roy Workman, Staveley  Mellor.
���unudonthe Jefferson Sunday' 	
morning alter spending the win-     Ernie Armstrong and Bill Saun-	
ter  in  Seattle  and   the south.  der8 have.been  haulin* heaTy i be named the Bellview.
couver where he will meet Mrs.
Clothier a;:d two little boys, who
have been away for a year on a
visit to England.
Mrs. Helen Bell is adding a
new front to her building in Hyder B. C, having moved the original structure back. When
completed the premises will he
a first-class hotel with all modern
conveniences for jjuests.    It will
WmA A .1 . UIDM
Wednesday they went up to their j rivei
'"'"ing property near the headi
timbers this  week to the Bear
bridge.
.    W. H.Toliniabuildingagarage
"i the Salmon Glacier,   where it ��� at   tne   r,ar 0f the Hotel King
i�� the intention to do considerable j Edward, for the hig touring car
������evdopment work this season, he has ordered for use in con-
Mr. Bartholf was the original lo-| nection with the hotel business.
catorof the Outland Silver Bar
group, and disposed of his later
��-��i in the proparty last winter,
retaining, however, an adjoining
group. He is also heavily interested in the Cronholm-Bartholf
Minea, Limited, owning a group
**r*ee tha Ghickemin glacier
which branch** to the went from
tha Salmon glacier al the Outland
silver Bar.
' A. T. Eckotf. the Hyder B. C.
photographer, fell between decks
on the Prince Rupert Saturday
morning and was taken to the
Stewart hospital in an unconscious condition. He in not believed to be dangerously injured
though badly shaker: up.
The Giant Powder Company of
Canada, Limited, are going af tei
the business of this section in
earnest, as witness their advertisement OS page 3 of this iai
Their representative, Morley
Shier, is well known to all the
mining men litre, ai.d mav i>��
depended upon in the future, us
in the past, to be Johnny on tlie
Spot when explosives are needed,
Robert Stewart, ulter whon)
this town was named, lirst potts
maater and president of the
Stewart Land Co., arrived froo|
Victoria   Saturday to  iptnd a
JohnHowsam, an experienced i house at Barney's gulch to the
cook and old timer in the north international boundary line at
stalling a new telegraph line from I and we8ti re-opened the Silverl Hyder and orders are at present
Stewart across the Bear and al-| Qrj|| ^e beginning of the week. I06-*1!? placed for the necessary
tering the location of the present I-pne pjace ^-^ lately been re- machinery and equipment to de-
line in order to make it more ac-| modeued and redecorated, and ��� vel��P -*-e water power and the
cessible for the repair crew.        i present3 an 'eatable' appearance. | ere(-tion of the power plants and
r    i ���,o*.���   u  r    ,,,,.,.,���.  f.-r]     to       j   ��*       of i I actual construction will  be well
L. Jessen. ti. O.  manager ror     J. S. and   Mrs.   Stickney   are
Boyle Bros., the Spokane dia- j retiring from the King Edward)
mond drill firm, left Saturday Cafe, which will be taken over]
for a trip to Vancouver, and will J by Joe Vincent,   for  some   time M. D   Ickis Hurt
also visit   the   Britannia   mine j chef in the Good Eats.    Joe will      .,,','
where   a  number of drills  are (change the name to the "Poodle      M- LX Ickl8' an old  timer of
working. ! Dog Cafe" and take charge next tht district, and owner of mining
Adjutant William Kerr, tinan- (Sunday morning. claims on the Alaskan side, was
cial representative of the Salva-      ft.   F.   McNaughton.   district (seriously injured last  Friday  by
passenger agent for the Canadian H cave-in of rock while doing as-
National Railways, with head- cessment work near the summit
quarters in Prince Rupert, was above Seven-mile. One of his
in camp during the stay of the | legg was badly crushed, the bones
Prince Kupert. He recently ' lining shattered, and he also re-
succeeded George A. McNiehol, cttsVtd injuries to his scalp and
turned Saturday   from   Victoria; who has been promoted. face.    He was packed down from
where she accompanied herhus-i H. C. Stratford, until recently an almost inaccessible locality by
band who is taking the Insulin master mechanic at the Premier, other prospectors, among them
treatment in Juhilee hospital and ; and Ed. Rigby, Frank Lewis and  Morris Pederson, Albert Johnson
tion Army in Northern B. C,
Alaska, and the Yukon, left Saturday for Rupert after spending
a week here raising funds for the
Army work.
Mrs.   George    A.   Frazer   re
making satislactoi) progress toward recovery.
Jack Wood,   who left the mine and Albert   Moe,   and the U. S.
  with him, ure preparing to open  government boat Ihane took him
Harry Quiekltadt and John i a machine works and garage in | to Ketchikan for treatment.
Ricker of Seattle, who recently j the freight building near the
acquired additional interests in j depot. They will be prepared to
the Comet group arid adjoining j do lathe work and welding of aj]
property from B. O. Erickson j kinds, and to repair anything
and associates, arrived Saturday, J from a baby carriage to u ateum
, roller.
W.    (Red)   McFarlane,     Niel
Forbes and George   Bruggy  ar-
and on Monday left for tht property   to look   over the ground
Blanton Wins Again
Harold Blanton won the decision over Manilla in Ketchikan
Ust Friday night in the second
round on a foul.    Excursionist*
Captain Ed. J. Williams, owntr
of tha Taku 11, who operated thej Week   j|ertJ     \jr   ste*ait  o.tvs
flrst regular pauaunger and mail j that enquiries an* soming   to the
To Start Washington      ���*���*���*������ bstwssa Ketchikan amiieompany's office In Victoria froai
R   A    u.j    ii llyder, waa in Wednesday, hav-1 all ovwr u,* contiiitnlaa weli at
board   f i *"*���"****  ��< ingbroughtthePru.ee oi Wales the Old Cooouy. .ega.ding mm.
"I truttttt Of  tht  Wash-J over.    Unpaid Stewart  a  visit  j-,g and land investment* as v. .11
"Kton Syndicate, wtnt up to the and aayt he is returning lor the ag olhti   business opportunities
l-roptrty on tht south fork of the Dominion Day Bell brallon. | m this aeetion.
_________^__^__^___^^_     (rt>m   Hyder and  Stewart, who
rived on  the   Wake   Wednesday   went over to  see  the  bout,   say
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nner, moved to the Hyder wharf
where l'J�� tons were unloaded.
lhe Jefferson carried a  capacity
and lay out a development program for the season.
Tne AiniinB   StewftiiMtp   v um-
pany's ahip Jeffeibon arrived al I lirst two are associated   with O. , the Filbpino and that  the latter
tht   Stewart   wharf at 8 a. in. I M   Watson in  the   contract   for  was unable to land | blow, while
Sunday, and after discharging a building tht new read naaad Biaatoa ail sisj with everything
quantity of freight for  the   Pre-  the shortline sooth  from   Slew--exctpi the  rubber's  towel,   and
art, aiid Mr. Br -ggy,   a  pionstr ��� ihtre was   no doubt   as  to th>-
>f this tow ii and now in the intr-; winner afltr the lirst Iu stconds.
tanlile business al the Ann, has   1 he bast>ball   game   waa  played
list of pansi-iiKcis,  about   '��&   of' provided iht bonds   i.��< essai y te on   wet   grouiids,   and   resulted
whom disembarked at Hyder.       the undertaking. Ml in favor of Ketchikan. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   22,   1923
yrwftrp** **-
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H.  W.   M.. ROLSTON
*4       a
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Editor
IIR    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
PIYE  DOLLARS   PER  YEAR
Advertising Rates:
Display Advertising, 60 cents per inch per issue.
Notices. 20 cents per line.
Reading
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 Pare
TJia    Pnr+l'iifjl   Odma     Vows tunnel through the momtain.   Nothing
me    i Ontario    \u<mui   ^ewa UketheFraser or Skeena River canyons
exists.
BECAUSE: A railroad could be established, by a one-mile extension, into
HYDER, ALASKA, and the whole of
ALASKA'S eastern trade could then be
routed by this line, via Peace River, Edmonton, and Winnipeg, down' into the
States to Chicago and on to New York.
BECAUSE: Of the above the C.P.R.,
by building this route, would beat the
famous "Jones Bill" and get the whole of
ALASKA'S eastern trade, giving it heavy
freight both ways.
BECAUSE: The Peace and intervening passes are the lowest across British
Columbia, making for cheaper construction
and maintenance.
BECAUSE: The settlement of the Peace
River is being retarded for want of a short and
cheaper rail haul to tide water for her products.
BECAUSE: Such a route in time would develop the iron ore deposits north of Hudson's
Hope. The anthracite coal fields west of the
Peace Pass. A vast and rich mineral belt west of
the Finlay river toward the Ground Hog coal fields.
The anthracite coal fields of the Ground Hog. The
agricultural and pulp lands of the Naas. And the
great mineral belt of which Stewart is both the
heart and the gateway.
BECAUSE:   Every   mile  can   be  made   to
produce tonnage.
BECAUSE:     Such   a   railway   would make
farming in the Peace River more profitable.
BECAUSE:   Such   a   railway   would   give
ALASKA a Transcontinental Railway Terminal.
BECAUSE:    These things can not be
said of any other route.
CARDAN'S   GENERAL   STORE
IT
WHERE  CASH   WINS
3
GOOD   SERVICE   WITH   A   SMILE
STEWART
The Natural Outlet for the
Peace River
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
���    HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under  tho  Laws  of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid  on  Savings   Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.   D. LINDEBORG, Vice-Pres.   IRENE HALL. Treas.
BEST   MOVE   EVER
THE Government is to be highly commended for the letting of the contract for
1.02 milea of wagon road, between Stewart and
Hyder, to W. 0. Watson & Co. of Alice Arm; for
in so doing they have given the work to what
might be termed local men. Men who, by their
prospecting and other work in and around Alice
Arm, are helping to develop the mineral resources
of this vast mineral belt. These are the type of
men who are making Northern British Columbia,
and it is to such that contracts should, when, and
where ever possible, be awarded. Now that the
first step along these lines has been taken, it is to
be hoped that such a policy will be continued.
According to reports a large number of tourists
will visit the Portland Canal district this season.
The first August 4. Stewart should be adequately
prepared to entertain them. A satisfied tourist
is a strong advertiser.
THE item appearing in the news col
umns of this issue, to the effect that the
C. P. R. have commenced reconnoissance
surveys for an extension of the Edmonton
Dunvegan road westward, terminating
possibly at Stewart is, without doubt, one
of the most interesting bits of news that
has come to hand for some time, and we
have to thank the Prince George Citizen
for it. While there have been for the past
ten days rumors to this effect, we have
paid little or no attention to them, owing
to our inability to get anything authoritative.
The southern press, in the last mail,
also makes mention of the C. P. R. building
up a northern B. C. railway system; but
of course, as usual, has been unable to get
away from Vancouver for a terminal,
though in one instance Kitamaat was
mentioned as a possibility. Then again
the P. G. E., making Vancouver the terminus, waa also spoken of. This, of course,
sounds very plausible, for if this were
done, it would only foe necessary to build a
link line between the E. D. & B. C��� through
the Pine Pass, and down to Prince Goorge
and Quesnel, giving the C. P. R. what
might be termed a big loop.
No doubt good arguments can be built
up for such a project. But we feel safe in
saying that its advocates can scrape the
whole field for every ounce of evidence,
put it altogether into the scales; then give
Stewart the opportunity of expending half
the same amount of energy in building up
her argument for the terminus. Place it
in the scales against Vancouver's argument, and it will be found that tht Stewart route far outweighs Vancouver, or any
other point on the coast.    WHY? ,     Hiti   	
BECAUSE:    Stewart    affords    the Obstacle ra.-..
Peace Kiver the shortest rail haul to tide I AWUUNOON
water  for  her  products.   Therefore the 11 **  ***** **-?,* J^[JJmfc0 ���
cheapest. , (]reaay pale eon teat
BECAUSE:   Greater tonnage per mile I P *   Baseball   Hvdar vs St*wart. First of the
��.5 h* developed alunic the entire route. iTt��^_lh���^f:'i'^^'*"*e Cup-
thin can be developed along any nlhir !;,[,,,,.,
route across British Columbia, now foi-' Football
lowed or others   We ��alte ����� eitcpv m   m    oSSZKSVAJST
tion in this statement far the present ( KlKEWOhJ,.,
P. R., C. N. It., ��r(LT, P.; aad as for thej
P. G. E., it la not worthy of consideration.,   The (J��*a..iiiiee want ta sissy decoratrd an i
BECAUSE:   Tht   oaly   tBf ia^r.Bf i "p"^-^^
difficulty on the whole route is the Boar! w K   ,oon*    l������**      H   ,, ltimtH
Kiver Glacier, aiiitoitHiag a half utile��� j- s  jack.
Hyder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
GIANT    EXPLOSIVES
FOR   METAL   MINING
The use of the right grade assures better work and cuts the
cost of mining.
Giant Powder Company of Canada, Limited
602 Hastings Street West, VANCOUVER, B.C.
-    You will enjoy your meals and save doctors' bills
if you eat at the
-Exchange Grill���
DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION
MONDAY,   JULY   2
STEWART,   B. C.
PROGRAM
9 a.m. Grand Kalathumpian Parade forms at
Crawford Barn
9:30 a.m. Parade starts under marshalship of
H. P. Gibson, liy way of Bright well, 0th. Columbia and 5th, finishing at ball ground
10 a.m.    RACE3
25 yds   boys under 9
25 yds   girls under 9
50 yds   boys under 15
50 yds   girls under 15
T brae-legRod race
50 yds   married women's race
50 yds   fat m��n's race
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
ERIC C. CAMERON
Wireman & Electrician
Stewart,   ...   b. c.
DR. ALFRED H.  BATHE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RIPEST.
HELGSRSON     BLOCK
A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Shoemaker
Stewart, B. C.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER,      -       -       -       ALASKA
DR.  C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hyder, Alaska.
"JAKE'S    CAFE."
Poods Well Cooked AND ST,S.ULLY
BREAD        LARGE   LOAF       20c
Baked in scrupulously clean ovens by expert bakers
"IF IT'S BREAD, IT'S JAKE'S"
SOLE   AGENT   FOR
PURITY   FLOUR
The Flour that makes the Millers' Trust Jealous.
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet  Pickles,   Sauerkraut.   Dills   and   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
J. O. LYON      --..
PROPRIETOR
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
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- inhkwsS ���*** vMimnni vrwneraj
of STKWAKT  TOWNSITE . .
Real
iiksii ore* i
lei ftmlmrUin ****,     -   VICTORIA, 11. C.
lasNiranie   Mines   Financial Agent*
K4��MaT   M.   STEWART,
I'risflih.i.l
UU let sale iu sil part* uf town
tiSf* <>f atvasttisf for ���a|e vvsntird
Wmi LAII CO,, LT..
Fifth It, Hie* art. BC
HOTEL, PRINCE RUPERT
Leading hotel in northern
british columbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Msnsrtr
European Plan $1.50 per day up
#        tylOpsi* If      ��
land ����jt ��ra:n.rm}nti
Minimum pries of firm clu-u lias
redwceU (o |im sere, m .-...��� A ,*** is
IS 60 an u.��
Prt-snpilun now confined Is surveyed lards imly
Racorda will ba granted eo-rer'nf only
land sullslils lor agriculture. ..���..-.���*
snd match Is uon-timber land
***rtneralilp pre-emptum* ..'n.-hti.
but partis* uf not mors i>...i. I .ur ms>
sJTanja for adjacent pre emp'ions
with joint roskluiK-s, but sac t, mskittf
Improvements on reepec-m*
lir��*ln( and Indu-Miia.  ,     ,    **
��� 111      Hill o\      t��
claima. w
l"re-��aepiors must nocupj claitna tor
**m feerm and maks Improvsn i m to
���"sJue of |10 par acre. Including ���.!�����/���
In* and ��� ultlviUloii of at leant 6 ���������**���
bsawrs) receiving I'niwn Lirnnl
where pre-emptor In oeoui ' n nst
leas than 1 yearn, and tins mads ur��-
I'orUotuu* improvement* Iir muy, bs-
mime ef Ill-health, or "tlmr iiw. bs
i; ran tad Intsrmadlate rerun itr <( im*
;To��amsn! and transfs'  bin ���
Racorda without permanent ro��l-
danaa may be Issued, provided spall*
asuit makes Improvement* tn extern uf
%*** iter annum and r. I   sumr r-nt
yaar.    Kallors in make Improvements
or  record   same   will  opal
fslturs      Title   cannot   be   ubla
leae  than  ���  years,  and  Imp'"
ot  ll�� so  par  acre.   Inoludli .
claarwd  and cultivated,  and  n
of at least t years ure retiuirod      S
Pre-einptor holding Crown . ��� ���'
matt rueord another pre-"* it be
require,  land  In aoij'   . .mu   "ith t.'i
tatwm.  wit bum iriui    occuitatmn. f
vldad   statutory   Improvemeni '
nod   residence   mkinislued   oi      r   ���
|i tailed  b.nd
I'neureeyad arean.   not  n.      i.n�� ���*
stiras,   may   be   lea.-.ed   m
'Itle to be obtained after fuld
deptlaj and lui|iroveun-iit ��� ���
*-<*r iir;.iii ��� ��,
��� isas    aanaadins
issusd nw oas person or comi-i a
sflU. factory ar indastrlsl site* ss
tuu^er land not aaa-ssdlng i *"**
ui*y  be puirbaaed, noiidliinn.. - '
psftnant of sluuipacs.
Natural hay mesdows Ins. ��� ���
'���y  ���aketlas  roads  may   I"  imrUoi'
coudlUnaal upon .-iiiistrui	
to them     Kt-bate sf nnshull
road,   not   etceedlnc  half  ul   put �������
prloa, la rnsds ,
"HC   SMPIORS'      FREE      aH��M-
d> ACT
r*he eoapa of Ihla Act Is enlarged U>
tnei.'d*  all  urri��jns  Ji,iuli.�� ��'���
in��   wHh   ills   MsJo.D .1 Tne
���Iiiix within wbn.li ths U��'i*>. ������ ���*
of  a  dereassd   pis miaul, ���   ���
tor   title   suder   Ibis   Act   i
from  foe  a,.* yaar from   lbs  d
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due   or   i-.i-ebls   by   soldli i
SillpllfMil   rai onl.'d sflsl   J,   ���
I'ak.k  are runinied  f..i   /l��e  >��*'���
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Sf taiiae iai- aebiieis   prt  -   n|
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town or eity  Wia held by   nu i
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um* PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   22,   1923
BEAT YOUR WIFE
You might be able to, or ajrain you might not
BUT   2   BEAT
Our    Prices    we   Defy You.
Groceries
MEN'S
WEAR
Hardware
Business was never better, as we have the goods
and you know our reputation for quality.
L. S. WHITTAKER - STEWART
IRON ON THE
PEACE RIVER
Eastern capital hss become interested in the iren ore deposits
recently discovered in British
Columbia, north of Peace rivtr.
PLACER FIELD FOUND
NEAR QUESNEL DAM
J. D. Galloway, district mining
engineer for the northern interior, reports the discovery of
promising placer prospects in the
The outcrops of these deposits j Cariboo district. Regarding
have been traced for many miles Cedar Creek he said that a num
BREAD
CAKE
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
LIGHT   LUNCHES
ICE CREAM
STEWART   BAKERY
CAMPBELL & DUKE       ....
PASTRY
FRESH MILK
SOFr DRINKS
Proprietors
both south and north of the river.
Development is now being done
to ascertain the thickness and
width of the deposits, which are
so located that they can be mined
by steam shovel/
ber of the claims have been producing steadily and that gold is
being shipped out regularly by
several operators.
Half a mile from Quesnel Dam
a new placer field has been dis-
We have just opened our  Restaurant  in  the Northern
Rooms, Stewart, aad have asmed it the
GOOD   EATS   CAFE
A name implying a reputation which we
intend to live up to.
DAVE   JOINVILLE,      -      -      PROPRIETOR
^NEWELL ROOMS
W.   L.   NEWELL,   Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
Rooms, $1    PER   DAY
A   QUALITY   ATTAINED
A QUALITY MAINTAINED
ORDER   THAT
SUIT
20th
NOW
Century
Clothing
Coal, which yields a first-class I covered,   and   there   is   great
metallurgical coke, occurs in the j hopes for it,  according to Mr.
same section: also limestone foi  Galloway.
flux.   Magnesite for refractories I .-177.
u    *.���. ���    j r       iL  j     -������.      George Wilkinson has been ap-
can be obtained from the deposits I    . ..,-.'     ,      .     .
pointed chief inspector of mines
on the P. G. E. railway.    . j jn succession to James McGregor,
There is ample capital immedi-' superannuated. Mr. Wilkinson
ately available to back the enter- j has had long experience in min-
prise. and if the investigation of I -nB in British Columbia, and has
the ore deposits proves satisfac-1 condu<*ed several investigation,
tory it is proposed to establish
iron and steel works at a point
convenient to the coal and iron
deposits on one hand,  and rai
into  mining disasters,
government.
the
Ore assaying $70 in   gold  is
being taken from the Combina-
way transportation on the other, tion mine, near Greenwood,
The works will include by-pro- ^^. , _     _��.   _
duct ovens and u complete in- Vb#V��Ji��    MM I   k-O
HAS   A   REPUTATION
H.
SMITH   BLOCK
dustry. It is not intended to;
seek financial assistance from
either the Dominion or Provincial
governments, except as to the
provision of railway transportation, either by the completion of
the P. G. E. railway into Peace
More Economical
Than Oil or Gas.
Twenty-five watts. 75 cents.
Forty watts, $1.20.
Sixty watts, $1.80.
One hundred watts, $3.
Over 500 watts,   special rates.
COAL
���   $16   PER   TON
"ITS   A   BLACK   BUSINESS
BUT   WE   TREAT   YOU   WHITE"
LAWRENCE & WORKMAN
OR   FRED   YOUNG
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN  FOR BUSINESS
HYDER HOTEL E2&-.
Under management MRS. DELLA LYTLE
BENSON'S   PLACE
CIGARS
TOBACCOS
SOFT
DRINKS
Highest Grade     Nuff Sed
HYDER,  B. C.
Above rates are for Tungsten
River, or a branch of the Cana- filament lamps.
dian National or Canadian Pa
STEWART, B. C.
cific systems. It is proposed to
supply the eastern and Pacific
coast markets wilh pig iron,
steel rods and billets, angle bars
and such requirements of the
eastern and western markets as
I afford a sufficient demand to ba
supplied at a profit.
Stewart Public Utilities Co.
(Limited)
APPLY   POWER   HOUSE
^STEWART'S    LATEST    CAFE
CORNER     FIFTH     AND     COLUMBIA
DELICIOUSLY COOKED MEAT -Tender retaining all of its natural
flavor, and surrounded by a number uf seasonably choice vegetabla1*.
each ��f these being in a compartment of its own. That's an ASSET
MEAL at the
POODLE   DOG   CAFE
S|>eeial prices made on Banque's and Dinner parties. Live Poultry and
Lucks on hard. OPEN ALL NIGHT. Ring one short three lope-
Try our Chicken Loaf and Genuh a Mexican Tamalea.
JOE   VINCENT     -      -     PROPRIETOR
DUTHIE   MINES
WILL SHIP SOON
STEWART MEAT MARKETK ��SJ
Full line of Shamrock Hams and Bacons, Sweet Pickles, Sauerkraut and Dills. Fresh Fish, Beef, Mutton, Pork, and Poultry
kept in our own cold storage,
P.   BURNS   &.   CO.
Quantity shipments of ore will
not be made from the Duthie
mines, on Hudson Bay .nountain,
near Smithers, for three months
yet, according to J. F. Duthie,
head of the concern, who passed
through Prince Rupert recently,
bound from Seattle to Smithers.
The new power plant, he ex-
S M(( I AKliPSSSSd, would be furnished by
July 1, but it would take some
two months after that to prepare
for shipping on a large scale.
Mr. Duthiesaid everything was
looking very promising at the
mine. The government was putting in a new road, which will
facilitate shipping.
CLUB   TAXI
PHONE   1���SHORT.
On Call Night or Day
Special rates   for   long
runs.    Go anywhere . . .
Crawford   Transfer  Company
GENERAL   FREIGHTERS
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING      GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
STEWART, B. C.
HYDER, ALASKA
j. b. Mcdonald.
HYDER, B.C.
Lots for  Sale
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Apply
Williams, Manson, Gonzales
& Taylor.  Barristers etc.
Stewart. H. C.
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   ���   B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.     Baths.       All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.   TOLIN,
Manager
We have moved into our new premises and invite
you to cull and inspect
TRY   OUR   ICE   CREAM
BEST   ON   MARKET
STEWART NEWS COMPANY
H.    P     Q1BSON,    I'RORlETOR
SURVEY   IRON
ORE
BOD1KS
TRAVERSY   BROS.
Stewart Paint Shop Signs
Painting       Paper Hanging
OTTAWA   BUILDING FOI I Kill ITUI1
Dr. G. A. Young of tht- Cana*
dian Geological Survey, is in
in Victoria conferring with Hon,
William BlotS regarding Um survey of tha iron ores of the pro.
vince to ascertain what tonnage
���f iron ore is available. Dr.
Young's investigations havi beet,
conducted under the ffeoloffiftj
survey and the provincial drpart-
iiientof mira-i. He will examine
all the nt* deposits to ielermlt*
what oren ar�� available Ui support an iron Slid Steel ind sliy.
ppar aiuuiitaon is befini ms
to look like a dividend p*yn
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
X Fiuciuonal, XX Fractional. Vancouver. Vancouver No. 1, Vancouver
No. 2, Vancouver No, B, Ruby Silver,
Ruby Silver No. 1, Ruby Silver No. 2
mineral claims, situate in lhe Portland
(anal Mining Division of Cassiar District. Where located: Watt of Cascade
creek. Salmon river valley.
Take  notice  that  Reginald Byrnes,
Hamster, of Winch HuilduiK.   Vancouver,    H   C.i   acting   as    agent     for
I'remu-r   Extension  Gold Mining   Company, United. Free Miner's Certificate I
No.    6ti2S4C,    intend   ��ixly   da> s   from |
the    date     hereof,     tn      apply        to
the Mining Keccnilei fur a Certilicate of |
improvements   fur (lie purpose   af obtaining a Crown  Grant  of  the  above
claimi.   And further taku  aotioa  that
action, under ne. tinii 86, must   l�� com-
menced   before   the   insuancr   uf such
Certificate <.f Improve mania.
Pate-d this seventh ilav uf April
A D   1U2S. 17
MINERAL ACT
Certificate ut liiiprtiveineiita.
NOTICE
Jean miiieiul claim, situated 11. the
Portland Canal Mining Division of
Cassiar district Wl.tie h-caled. In
Salmon ruer valley, adjoining on east
of II   C   Sliver Mines, I.I.I
Take Rotas thst I, Dalby ti U,.r
kill, of Kuwait. H i Proa Miner's
GartiAeate Nu 60SI6C, latest*,
sialv days fun, in. asu aofool, to
apply to the Mining li> i a ia i foi a Cer-
tlneaU of Improvements, for the pui
i luwn Urofll
And   further
puss   of   obtaining
thst
tion as, must   be loimucbceti before
of   the    aitovi
take      notice      thst       action,      under
-suasos   ( fit, < af tificate of Im
piuveui seits
Detail    Urn.     mi. day    of    Ms-.n
A D M* t
DID YOU THINK
What the smoke-filled valleys
meant to you last year?
What the timber charred, burned
and blackened means to YOUR
future?
That the wages paid last year for
the lie crop along the Grand
Trunk was approximately $383,-
000?
That the forest will remain a source
of revenue to you if kept green?
Then be careful with fires. Do not
destroy your own livelihood.
PREVENT FOREST FIRES-IT PAYS PORTLAND   CANAL  NEWS.   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   22, 1923
WE SUPPLY A ...
LONG FELT WANT
Building Supplies of all kinds. Doors, Windows,
Glass, Finished Lumber, Hinges, Locks, Paper,
Nails, Cement, Brick, Paints, Varnishes. See our
BRICK VENEER before you build. Orders
taken for MINING SUPPLIES in any quantity.
D. W. McLEMAN   ....
Ryan Building, - STEWART
LOCAL   NEWS
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER - B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
AU Modern Conveniences���Baths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos. Peterson Pipes
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager
Tel.���1 Long
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steam Heated Rooms     Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room
FIFTH   STREET
Dining Room
STEWART
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,542,203-
Lode Gold, $109,647,661; Silver. $59.8l4;266, Lead. $51,810,891;
Copper, $170,723,242; Zinc, $24,625,839; Coal and Coke. $238,-
289,565; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $36,605,942; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,358,839; making its Mineral Production to the end of
1922 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $734,259,619
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production far successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five yeara, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,509,968;:for five years, 1906-1910, $125, -
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603;    f0r  five    years,
1915-1920,   $189,922,725;  1921.   $28,066,641:    for  the year 1922,
$35,158,843.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $339,280,940
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, aod
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,001)
sluare miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the feea
lower than those of any oth-sr Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal feea.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, a��-
curity of whleh is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
toe obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINE8. Victoria. British Columbia.
Coast Steamship Service
8. 8. PRINCE RUPERT or PRINCE GEORGE
Will sail from Stewart every Saturday st 12 noon for Prince
Rupert, Swanson Bay. Ocean Falls, Powell Riv��r, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
8. 8.   PRINCE   JOHN
Will sail froin Prince Rupert for Vancouver via Queen Charlotte Island in.tU. Juas 13, tl, July li, 25, August tt, 22.
Passenger Train Service- From Prince Rupert
DAILY, EXCEPT  SUNDAY,  at 6:45 p.m.. FOR 8MITHERS,
Princa George, Ldueoalon sad Winnipeg, making direct
eoiiuoctiuna far all points East and South.
IVr Atlantic Steamship sailings orfurther information, apply tu
say fanadimi National Agent, or te R. F. McNaughton. Dittrit
Passenger Agent, Prinee Rupert
Lawrence, the Watchmaker.
The Amur loaded Premier high
grade ore Monday and  cleared
for the Tacoma smelter.
E. L. Dale, wireless operator
in Hyder, haa built a residence
in the forest addition to that
town.
Ernie Crawford, brother of
W. J. and Jack, returned Saturday from Vancouver, after being
away three years.
W. L. Balch of Hyder has built
a six-roomed residence for Wm.
Gray, president of the Hyder
Lumber Company.
Mrs. Magnus Meisingseth returned Sunday morning from
Chicago where she has been visiting relatives for several months
Dr. H. A. Whillans, physician
and surgeon; consultations at office of Stewart General Hospital,
10 to 11 a.m., and by appointment.
The Beaman block nt the corner of Fifth and Columbia has
been brightened up with a new
application of paint spread on by
Traversy Bros.
W. J. Larkworthy, leading
general merchant of New Hazelton, passed through Saturday
on his way home from a business trip south.
The Commercial Association
flag-pole in Hyder has been given a coat of white paint and
raised in its new location in front
of Commissioner Frame's office.
Miss Dorothy Daniels, daughter of the late Captain Jimmy
Daniels, arrived from Seattle on
the Jefferson for a visit with
her aunt, Mrs. Oren F. Hill, of
Hyder.
R. K. Neil, who made the first
success of the Premier, passed
through Sunday on his way to
Funter bay, weBt side of Admiralty island, Alaska, where he is
now developing a propeaty.
The new sidewalk on the west
side of the Hotel King Edward
and in front of the Sourdough
Club, makes a vast improvement
in the appearance of the block,
besides removing a danger to
life and limb.
The Union Steamship Company's large new vessel, the
Cadena, is scheduled to leave
Vancouver for Stewart June 29
on the first trip of a regular run.
The Craw ford Transfer have been
appointed local agenta for the
company.
Captain James Griffiths, head
of the Coastwise Steamship Co.,
owning the ships Grifico, Anyox
and Amur, which call here regularly for Premier ore, was in port
from Saturday night until Monday night with hiaprixe-winning
cruiser launch. Captain Griffiths makes it a point to keep in
personal touch with shipping conditions at every point where his
vessels call.
PACHENA
LEAVES PRINCE RUPERT
For Stewart, at 6 p.m. every
Wednesday.
LEAVES STEWART for Prince
Rupert at 6 p. m. every
Thursday.
LOT FOR   SALE
At a bargain, Lot 30, Block 5,
in Hyder, B. C. Piled and approach built. See Tom Rollins,
Keith Hotel.
PORTLAND CANAL L0D6E
L. O. O. M. 1218
Meets every first and third Mondays, Stewart and Hyder.
GROCERIES
DRY GOODS
PROV1NSE
GENERAL   MERHANDISE 1
HYDER   -   -   -    -   -   ALASKA
Building Supplies, Roofing, Glass, Mining Supplies,
Powder, Caps, and Fuse
SHOES AND RUBBER GOODS
HARDWARE
H. E. HOOTEN
ELECTRICIAN
House Wiring a Specialty
Orders may be left with H. Zeffertt
FURNITURE
H. C.   BENNETT
AGENT   FOR
Phoenix London, Liverpool
and Globe   British American,
Fire Insurance Co's.
STEWART       -       -       B. C.
CRESCENT
FURNISHED   ROOMS
HYDER,   -  EC.
RATES, $1.    H. H. HICKS, Prop.
TOURIST ROOMS NOW OPEN
An Ideal Home to bring your Mother, Sister or Wife
Special Weekly Rates
JACK  YOHN,   Proprietor      -.    -        -       -       STEWART,   B.C.
WE WANT . .   .
YOUR BUSINESS
We carry an abundant stock of table necessities
and pure food products and we seek your patronage on a basis of absolute merit. Let us serve you
GREY & WILSON..
Smith Block   -   STKWART
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
POOL!
You can pass a pleasant hour
PLAYING POOL
at the Hotel Stewart
Cigar Stand In Connection
PROGRESSIVENESS
IS THE POLICY. . .
of thia Drug Store. You will
find here everything one would
expect in a City Pharmacy.
Our Prescription Department
is at your service.
PERFUMES
LATEST  ODORS
Stewart Drug Store
F. C. LAWRENCE
aiaU.  Mb. Ml*
| WALT HAM',
JEWELER
AND
OPTICIAN
American   Watches   at   Manufacturers' Price.
HYDER   -   ALASKA
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
i)i��-mi 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B, C.
SALMON  RIVER STAGE   LINE
��Wfitf"   PREMIER  MINE   "TflJ���
 tHCIsL TUPS MI PARTY TRIPS " ~~
FBLU SEPt'l a W. it   HabONNKLl.
Phase t U|   il Short
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE (O QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE^!
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN    FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
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CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE   CO
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