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 /;���//*-/-y- os T^T^    / fj
THE NEWS WILL KEEP
{,oU POSTED ON THE
pKVKLOl'MENT OP THE
M|SKS-$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. 3, NO. 34
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 20.   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
Association in
good standing
|General Meeting Citizens'
Association -��� President
Refutes Circulated Reports-Good Work Done
  Bear   river   bridge.   4. Permis-
A well attended meeting of thej gion for courts 0f revision to be
btizens' Association was held at hel(] in gtewart.   5. The float atj ceived from George Fraser. and
J8p.m. in the Newell block lastjtheo|d dock replaced.   6. Start
Saturday.   The meeting opened | made on the Bear river  bridge.
7. Weekly   mail    service.   8. A
30x50 extension  and   enlarged
nothing since taking office on
August 6, the president stated
that this was not the case; that
out of 16 matters taken up, 10
had worked out satisfactorily,
namely:
1. The association was now out
of debt and had a bank balance.
2. The ore exhibit sent to Chicago.   3. The wing dam at the
Remember St. Patrick's dance
A new consignment of Songs, Musio
and Records at Stewart News Co.
The Ocean View hotel has an
ad in this week's issue. Read it,
or better still, go and partake of
the hospitality of this up to date
hostelry.
Of late no word has  been  re-
Iwith President H. W. M. Rolston
���in the chair, and the newly ap-
inted secretary,  W. W. Rush, | warehouso on the dock.   9. Fire
poi
taking  his duties   for the first
time.
wardens elected for the town in
his many friends believe that he
must have drifted onto a vacant
lot in Victoria and got lost.
During the absence of Mr. and
The loud cracks heard the last
few mornings were not New
Year's resolutions being broken,
but Colonel John Frost getting
in his heavy work on the sidewalks.
Several Stewart citizens will
commence, within the next ten
days, harvesting the ice crop.
The cooling fluid is in a solid
state, over two feet thick, clean,
and purer than a Vancouver
politician.
Just   Arrived���Ladies   Khaki   Cloth
Dale L. Pitt and L. H. Graham
left on the Carmen for Ketchikan
last Saturday to attend the district court, in the case of W. L.
Duff. It is reported that Mr.
Pitt recommended a withdrawal
of the case.
Mrs.    Dann   in   the   SOUth, Jake ' Riding Breeches, all sizes, $7.50 a pair,
Schwanter   is   in   charge of the | Ladies a11 leather shoe packs in stock,
conformity with the Village Fire I Stewart   hotel,   and   is giving a |14inch tops' $1150 a pair-   H" Zeffert'
After calling  the; meeting to, paction Act.   10. Deed to the servjCe  only   surpassed   in   tl. '  	
order, the president drew the at-|lot being donated to the town by | AlpsofSwitzerland and Murphy's
tention of the meeting to two reports which for some day's had
been in circulation around town:
One to the effect that "there was
in association in existence," and
Smith block. Stewart.
A. K. Sweeney, F. Gordon, A.
RECORD SHIPMENT
Approximately 1000 tons of
ore and concentrates from the
Premier mine were shipped
out to Tacoma on the steamer
Anyox, on Thursday evening.
the Stewart Land company.
In addition to this four other
matters were still being worked
on, namely: The sale of government lots   on   the  townsite.
the other, "that the present ex-1 An improved telegraphic service,
ecutivehad done nothing." In;or a wire]oss in piace 0f the
refutation of these he took them j ptvsent system. Reserve on the
one at a time, saying that these water power on the Marmot, one
reports were not baaed on fact. and 0ne-half miles from the
connection with the first Olfe, | mouth. for the future use of the
Fish creek road house. I Johnson,   and   F.  J.  Elmacher,
Stewart has an aggregation of! who are he-Ping the Premier de-
windjammers who are never jclare dividends, were in town the
heard or rarely se.n at public {week end to watch Stewart
meetings. These mental light- i -?row- Thev registered at the
weights usually   do their   critic- \Hotel Kin�� Edward.
"Ain't It the Truth?"
The following gem was written,
by a young man of Stewart, in
his Sunday girl's album:
It's nice to court,
Buto' how sad,
To get kicked out
By an angry dad.
BRIGHT FUTURE
COMING YEAR
Outlook Never Brighter for
Local Mining Industry.
Premier Breaks Record.
Eyes on Portland Canal
George Tolin, who is a student
at St. Martin's   college,   Lacey,
ising and spellbinding  around a
hot stove in an hotel office.
Methodist. Hyder, asks:   In a Washington, sent a  wireless to
gameof cribbagelhold four fives'his parents,  New   Year's  day,
Bachelors' Dance
Last Friday evening a few of
the bachelors gave a nice little
dance to their friends in the
Stewart hotel auditorium. W.
Cameron presided at the piano,
assisted bv P. S. Jack and Mrs.
Workman alternating with their
violins, and Frank Bowler with his
in my hand, and in the cut turn jfrom   Seattle,   wishing   them a
that  no association   existed;" j community, and the securing of! Up another five.    What's in the happy New Year. He also stated j drums,    An excellent  sit  down
this was made perhaps  for the] a shoemaker   for the  town   of! hand?     [Life   is   too   short  _p, he was visiting Captain  Ander- j supper was  served   about   mid
reason that there were very few' gtewart. [figure   it   out.     Ask   Chief  of j son,   who  joined   in   the   New
numbers in good standing, owing j    Besides this two other  things Police Scarlett.    He  has  had  a Year's best wishes to everybody
to the non-payment of dues, and ; had been tried, without any  re-1 vacation.] |inStewart.
for the   reason   that there had suit.   One was the securing of a
been very few general meetings. I reduced freight and passenger
It was very true that these con-; rates on the steamers between
ditions existed. But the reason |iere and Prince Rupert, and a
for this was that the executive trail through to Meziadin lake,
inl recommended that a reduc- Two other matters still region  of  the dues  from $5 to $11 mained to be dealt with���a hall
night.    Dancing was kept up until a late hour,  at   the   close  of
which three cheers and a tiger.snow
were given for  the   hosts,   fol-
The outlook for the mining industry during the coming year in
this section was never brighter
than it is at the present moment.
Though still early in the year, a
large number of the b!g mining
interests are beginning to nibble
for properties, both on the Bear,
Marmot and Salmon rivers, and
several deals are nearing completion; but as the negotiations in
connection   with   them   are not
complete, it is not in   the interests  of  the   district  that   the
names of the properties, or the
people concerned,  be published;
particularly in view of the fact
that   full   details in   connection
with them will Be available within a few weeks.
Besides these, negotiations
have been opened on several
other properties, and details in
connection with them are being,
to various extents, worked out,
pending an examination by competent engineers as soon as the
is off the ground in the
spring.    Every indication at the
lowed by three cheers  for Mr.|moment pojnts to renewed and
Pat MacZeffert.
Liberals Reorganize
A well attended  and  enthusi-
have   a   real   live organization,
that will be capable   of   dealing
Ratepayers who find errors and irregularities in
their tax statements for this year should complain at ^^^^^
once to the Assessor and Collector at Prince Rupert, ' astic reorganization meeting was
r year  be  made.    This met for the town and a permanent! or bring their tax statements to the Secretary of the held Wednesday   night   by  the
with considerable opposition at dentist Stewart Citizens' Association, who will attend to the  ��berals at the homeon1' *���
��� l   n u , ..... -ii   ��� _ l i Scovil.    It is their intention to
the fl.it general  meeting,  the     in  view  of  these  facts the maiter.   No Court of Revision will sit here unless some
contention being that the associ- president   considered    he    was
-toi could not be financed on justified   in   saying   that   good
iuch a membership fee, and that   work had been done.
l'i" association   would   lose fan    as a result of the president's
"''���re by it than would be gained,   report   the  minutes of the pre-
At that lime the executive were tious meetings were not read.
forking only on a theory,  and!    The first businew to come *+. ^ Fremier 13.Mile|
������ opposition was so strong that fore the meeting was the recom-, * ^ ^ ^ ^^
the recommendation was laid on j raendation for a reduction of the |       ���*
lt'e table to be brought up at the i duos,   which,   after   some little
week.    The   work  having   been
completed he was laid off.
The advent of the present tine
weather, a fairly decent crust on
; permanent activity on properties
in all three valleys.
Several factors during the past
year are responsible for this condition, such as the record being
made by the Premier mine, now
shipping 100 tons of ore per day
over the tramline, in addition an
average of 25 tons of concentrates per day by tractors down
 . ,���      ; with any eventuality.    The foi-1 , ,       . ,,A ...
.     , i ��� .the wagon road, and some $50,000
According to a wire  received lowing   officers    were    elected:!     ... AAn        .,     . t ..
IT r, n -u ., ,.        ..     ; to $60,000 worth of precipitates
by warhnger H. C. Bennett,  the; Honorary president.  Hon.   Mac-
John   will   arrive   at 8 p.m. to- j i*en_ie    King;    honorary    vice-
president,   Hon.    John   Oliver;
Howard    Campbell;
Mahood;
Born, on the 16th instant, to
Mr. and Mrs. John Hovland of
Hyder, a son. [
N. A. McDonald, who has been | night (Friday.)
E. L. Stivers of Hyder left by j president       ^^^^
the Carmen  for Ketchikan   last j vice-president,   Giant
Saturday to be in attendance at
the district court.
jnext meeting,   which would  be I discussion, was passed.
P-night. The next order of business was
[OWPPOTUM. the  president, ^e nomination and election of .      f peo:during   the week,   having come
|*W ����t that when the  pre*  -**** ***  * the executive. ^ _ ;t���d j down from Bitter creek for sup
-'""--live took office the as- ����� pUC of  Walter Broad, who J �������*  mmr alili|plie,    They state that they, with
Elation books showed a deficit | had ****-**-> '     '
secretary-treasurer, H. E. Scovil;
executive, William Fraser, Edgar
Alex Mclnnis and   Bert   Olson j Harris,   Ben   Lawrence,   Harry
were in town for a couple of days | Thomey, Jake Hawkinson.
0 *-'-..KX, which has since been   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
PLaid Off, and   today the books'; discussed,   but   nothing ol   im-
* * halance of $45.95 over all; portance materialized.
Motion to adjourn  was  made
After this several matters were, winters wooo.
A The s.s. John has been  put on
I iho
IUb��fitiea.   as this has been done
*!thout fit' collection of atvy dues
j whatso(!
the
v��r. he considered that
**ecutivi had proved beyond
f do"bt  that  the association
iC0Ul'1 be financed on the reduced
. annual fee ,,f  <���     tv.
., ce or fl.    Ihe   reason
*l * general mseting had been
���*v��d off to long, waa m oriler
0 f'v�� tune for this fact to be
Prove,).
th
" ****H With the ******* tbut
; ******* executive had done
tbe local run in place of the
Albert, which is in drydock as a
everyone; result of striking a ruck at Lock
Port, Queen Charlotte Islands,
during her last trip -OUth.
Manager Dale L. Pitt of  the
Premier left on the Carmen for
('. a. Mackenzie is expected tu a   tri|)   gouth   via   Ketchikan,
arrive in Stewart within the next | dur}ng the week.    Mr.   PUt   hai
few weeks, in connection with nok j-*,,-. in good health foi
ntxt mmoq'i operation! on his weekBi aI1(i ,t is understood that
Bear.    H
and    carried:    then
present made application to the
secretary   for   membership  in
the association.
Jack Harkley,   are making good,
progress with   the   continuation
of the tunnel on the L. L. & H.
Last Sunday night, while the
snake editor of this family journal was wending his weary feet
homeward, he heard sounds like
those of a mar, sharpening a saw,
and as he approached the place
from whence the "congealed"
music came, he was informed by
one of the boys that  it   was  Bill
Tolin practising  "i ead  Kindly
from the cyanide plant per
month. The proving of the Premier ore bodies to a depth of
over 700 feet is very welcome
information to the mining fraternity, and will have considerable bearing upon the future development of the camp.
The fact also that the Fish
Busy Week ICreek   Mining    company   have
For the first time since the ���jroved UP a lar*^e bodv of h'-h
holidays, this week, the Stewart ***** and millin�� ore- alld Pr��-
Stock Exchange showed a bullish %ress on the Silverado, consid-
|tendency, Rummy advanced ered in conjunction with large
from two bits to 60 cents; slulf j amount of satisfactory develop-
J to i a chip; poker (stud) gained j ment work done (lurinK  tne ^si
year   on   other   properties    too
numerous to mention,   spells an
one point, closing   at   llM)   chips
for  25c^    draw    dropptd   from 	
half-cent chips to 10 chips  fora'L'ra   of PrusPfrity dawning  for
cent; strong on crib, solitaire, old jthe  >'ear   ly���   in the  Portland
maid, dominos and   casino,   bul Canal district.
later in the week took  a  slump.
In   the   tish   line   suckers were
so scarce that Seotty   Patterson,.,,    ,   __________-^___
York, where it  is  1
Pat Daly expects to leave on
the Prince John  today for New
If, C, properly on the
vM
kai
���eiiia:n   in   CgmP - wet-
ieasl, and then return south ui
nl ihe snow baf diwppwred
.  he has gone out foi I change am
a   soft   drink   clerk, WM  heard I IwrK' wriere ,l ,s  n'*  *********
Light."   Comrade   Tolin   has  ��| warbling, "Uh Where is My Dar- 1<J   raise   sufficient    capital   to
.1  it is not. ex pi ���' -i' ���!  musical voice,   but it would   not  ling Boy Tonight," and   "Throw (place the   New Alaska on   ptr-
ireit,    o eau. him nineiunisa month.        Out the Life Lin��, Brother."       imanent working basis.
t hut he v*. ill luk'  ���*   '"��� PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1922
The  Portland Canal  NewsitentiontoMrStork,s recommendation in
1 this regard, and it is to be hoped that he
will stick to his idea until such time as
the change is made.
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Published
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS  PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue. Reading
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Special Position Display or Reading, 25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
J2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
KINDLY   ADVISE
E. A. HAGGEN,in the Province, says
the Cronin mine in the Babine, will this
year be ths biggest silver producer in the
province. Wishing in no way to detract
from Mr. Cronin's property which, we
understand, is a good one, and hoping it
proves the biggest thing in the world, we
can not let such a statement pass unnoticed, even though it is on the face of it
made without due consideration of the
facts, in so far as the year 1922 is concerned. We would, in the event of Mr.
Haggen really having made such a statement, offer him a piece of kindly advice,
to the effect that in future he study the
mining properties throughout the province
before he cgain displays his ignorance in
such a fashion.
NOT   SERIOUS
STORK'S   PRONOUNCEMENT
IT is certainly gratifying to the people
of this section of the province to note Mr.
Fred Stork's recent pronouncement in
connection with the Government telegraph
service. Mr. Stork advocates that the
present system be replaced by a series of
wireless stations, which would render a
much more satisfactory service, and at the
same time would be cheaper to operate.
The present system, as far as Stewart
is concerned at any rate, is not only a
great burden of expense to the  govern
IF "The American Commission to Promote Self-Government in India" demanded
serious attention either from the people of
tne  United States or the people of the
British Empire it is more than likely that
an investigation would connect its activi- j
ties with the various anti-British movements  controlled by  William  Randolph
Hearst.   Twisting the lion's tail is thej
favorite pastime of this misguided gentle-
man and his case would be pitiable if he,
failed to sway a few equally disgruntled;
public men.   But the pledge of senators!
from Nebraska and Massachusetts to sup-
port the campaign for India's independence does not mean anything and will not
be taken seriously by anybody except those who]
desire to see Great  Britain's  troubles  increased.'
It is  unfortunate   that  the people of the United
States  should   be  embarrassed by  these kind of
missionaries from time to time.   Ninety-five per
of the American people would throw them out neck
and crop if they could be permitted to have their
way.   As it is the Anglo Saxon race as a whole is
too busy with the consideration of plans for world
peace, and the great part that harmony in its own j
ranks will play, to pay serious attention to the
really  harmless  irritations  of   Hearst  and   his
underlings.
Wi
Your
Banking Account
For every class of Account
���Commercial Accounts,
Household Accounts, Savings Accounts���the facilities required are pro
in the Bank of Montrea
mrnVWr-*-
���PHcBR-i
BANK OF RiONTREAL
ESTABLISHED  MORE THAN 100 YEARS
L
Stewart Branch:  L S.  WHITTAKER.  Manager.
ORGANIZING   SENTIMENT
SENTIMENT throughout  the  world
should follow the lead of the American
National Council for Limitation of Armaments and
Organize itself for business during the "closed
season" that will follow the conclusion of the
Washington conference. Already this particular
body has communicated with the governors of
foity-*-ight states asking their support in "educating public sentiment for the next step toward
permanent peace." Here is an opportunity for
the layman to guarantee permancy to such measure of success as has been achieved at Washington. Until the question of universal peace shall
be appreciated with an interest that will rival
even that manifested in the most absorbing political topic of the day the dangers of war will still
be with us. But as soon as the man in the street
recognizes the full weight of his authority  on  the
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART,   B.   C.
ment, but also very unsatisfactory to every!subject there will be little use for big armies and
one concerned.    Such a system was alright? navies.    Recruit   public   sentiment   in   sufficient
in pre wireless   days;   but since the per-; force and this desirable end can be reached,
fection of this modern means of cemmuni-
TOOTH'S
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
WATER PROOF TOBACCO POUCHES
WELLINGTON PIPE STEMS
FRESH T03ACCO
Exchange
Grill and
Meat Market
OP1.N DAY AND NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Best assortment of fresh
meat in town. Call and
inspect out butcher shop
J. P. HAWKINSON
Proprietor
cation the old telegraph service is a waste
of time and money for places like Stewart,
The   name   of  Robert Burns is a well understood   signal  for  an overflow of all sorts of com-
DALBY B. MORKuT
MINING SURVEYOR
B' ''  Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
DR. ALFRED H. BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRiNcE ixjf?m
MLGERSON    BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
I Stewart.
B.C.
R.   E.
Hyder
LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
JOHN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Alaska
ALASKA
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy  Communion:   First and Third
Sundays in the month at 11:30 a.m.
Evening  Prayer:   Every Sunday at
7:1.0 p.m.
Baptisms: Bv appointment,
RKV. KU.YIN MOSS, L. Th.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in northern
british col1 mbia
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.50 per day op
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. , monplaces from the rightminded critic. Why ?
and should on the grounds of economy, if j Because he was a pi0wman, a poet, and likewise a
none other, be replaced. drunkard, and a somewhat miscellaneous lover.
The employees on the local telegraph j But torget that. Next Wednesday, January 25,
line are in no way to blame, for they dol'S the 163rd anniversary of his birth, and on that
their best to keep the line open; but in a I date thousands of Scots,  and   many   others   who
country snch as this is, where so many
physical and climatic conditions have to be
overcome, such a feat is a human impossibility, and therefore during the winter
months the present service is out of commission for weeks at a time, and the cost
of retaining it is out of all proportion to
the business done.
No one who has studied the situation
at all will deny that the scraping of the
present system, and the instalatior. of a
wireless in its stead will, in the first year,
prove a sufficient saving to pay for such
alteration. Therefore, from a strictly
business standpoint if from none other,
the government should pay very close at-
never saw the land o' heather, will do honor to
the Scottish bard. Burns was born on January
25, 1759. and died July 29, 1796.
Producers say they must dig deeeper for oil.
Consumers will please be prepared to follow suit.
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 fur the imperial  Tobacco  Company
and Canadian SU-ain Laundry
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHERS
MEAT
WE   DO  NOT   SELL   CHEAP
BUT   GOOD   MEAT   CHEAP
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
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STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE .  .
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101 l-.m,l����rloi. Mwk,     -   VICTORIA,  H. 0
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines
ROBERT   M.   STEWART,
Financial Agents
I'rcajiliiit
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listing** of properties for sale wanted
STEWAKT LAND CO., LTD.
I'it'tliSt, Stewart. BC
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I PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1922
THE HOUSE OE  BARGAINS
EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
MINERAL OUTPUT SHOWS DECLINE
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 16 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
Salmon River
Trading Co'v
The value of the mineral production of British Columbia during the year just ended will approximate $25,780,608, as compared with $35,543,084 in 1920,
according to a statement issued
I by Hon. William Sloan, minister
of mines. This total shows a
; falling off in value of $9,762,416
from 1920, a decline of 27 per
cent. Despite the reduction,
which, the minister states, was
to be expected, the year's showing is a satisfactory one, he holds,
in view of the weokness of the
metal markets, which made it
impossible for many of the large
smelters and refineries on this
continent to keep their plants in
operation.
There are several outstanding
features in connection with the
1921 history of the industry. One
is the record of the Sullivan mine
at Kimberley, which is strikingly
reflected in the statistics relative
i to the output of lead and silver;
i another the splendid performance
of  the  Hidden creeK  mine and
\ the  Anyox   smelter,    which    is
shown in the volume of the copper production; and a third in the
development in the Salmon river
valley, Portland Canal, of a gold
and silver producer of first im-
portance,   the    contribution   of
which to the precious metals produced   by   British Columbia for
the first time gives an indication
of what may be  expected from
and still in marked degree, world
conditions from the viewpoint of
the metalliferous  mining  have
been   unsatisfactory.     Europe,
which consumes the greater proportion   of  the   world's copper
product, has been unable to buy
the metals of America and,  as a
result, the largest producers of
copper in the world reduced their
output to about 20 per cent of
normal.   Much the same has applied to lead   and   zinc.    These
facts remembered, it is the more
remarkable  and gratifying that
the 1921 production of lead is estimated to be 3.668.782 pounds
greater than in 1920, the figures
being:    1920,39,331,218 pounds;
1921,   43,000,000  pounds;    that
zinc  will  drop in volume only
about 2,208,268 pounds in  comparison with the records of the
previous yearj and that even in
copper, for which there was little
or no market, the decrease was
not greater  than approximately
10,607,676 pounds.
Hon. Mr. Sloan observes at this
point that the manner in which
this province has held her own
in respect of three of the basic
commercial metals in the face of
almost unprecedented adverse
conditions, is a convincing commentary on what can be done
when the trade winds are more
favorables and furnishes an ad
mirable illustration of what the
future holds for the  mining in-
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
aJUU  VL>.   \t*>o
fWALTHAMj
LARGE   STOCK
LOW   PRICES ..
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,  ALASKA
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Keep Your Money
In Stewart ....
Why send Laundry out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundry can do the
work. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.   NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Con-
lection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE. 1 LONG. 1 SHORT, 1 LONG
iTART THE NEW YEAH RIGHT
this and other properties being; dustry  of   the country.    It was
opened up in this comparatively only a few months ago that at
'new northern mining section.      \ an international mining conven-
During most of the past year, tion   at   Portland,   Oregon,  the
\ "        American delegates held a session
I DR. VV. D'ARCY CHASE I apart from  the Canadian dele-
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON      I gates  to   formulate   resolutions
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly advocating a tariff against Cana-
| HYDER,     -      -      -      ALASKA dian   lead   and   zinc.    That the
��� mining  men south  of the line
then were beginning to realize
that British Columbia was becoming a factor to be figured with in
Millions were made in the Last Great West. . .
Get in on the ground floor of the Last Great North
Now on the Market
SUBDIVISION   OF   LOT   4044
CASSIAR   LAND    DISTRICT
rpHIS PROPERTY adjoins the Canadian Government wharr and
���*��� and the Terminus of the Premier Aerial Tramway, on one side,
and the town of Hyder, Alaska, on the other, ancl is the only property available for business purposes, on the Canadian side. Lots
now being offered front direct on the International highway, which
serves the whole of the now famous Salmon River mineral area,
and  is the only ouCet thereto     ::::::::::;::
$2O0  L0TS ARE BE-NG OFFERED AT  $250
HALF CASH      BALANCE TERMS
FOR FULL TERMS SEE
M. M, SMITH - STEWART, B. C.
AGENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
By visiting II. Zeffert's Clothing   Emporium.    WelcomPetitionontheworld'8 mar
have a fine assortment for the men and the ladies
|H.  ZEFFERT, SMITH   BLOCK, STEWART,   B. C.
SMITH   BLOCK,
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL
kets was evident. Their fears,
it would appear, are justified, for
the industries of this province
still are producing and marketing
notwithstanding the slight margin between profit and loss under
present conditions.
Stewart
Look at the map of British Columbia|carrlod on in connection   with  oil  and
with an unbiased mind.    Roughly Van-1 already lUrUing results have been ob
couver is   800   miles   from   the   same   taincd.   The oil sands are located  at a
point in the Peace River   country   that   depth of about   sixteen   hundred   feet
isreach.din4tHin.ilea   from   Stewart,   and   enough   Inveal
which is   the   natural   outlet   for   the   place to  be
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every  settler   in    the   Peace
River   district  is   talking   of   railway
King
Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL
MINING   MEN
DISTRICT. . .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY, .
VV.
H.   TOLIN,
Manager
CanadiiiNlflK
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GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
A valuable discovery of amber
-the first on the North American
continent ���has been made in connection with research work for
the Coalmont collieries in Tula-
meen valley. Samples of the
vellow substance have been sent Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria. Vancouver, Powell
to Ottawa and New York and re- i River. Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox.   Stewart
plies   confirm   the   opinion  pre-|
viously given that the substance,
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad terms there are
thirty-two millions ot acres of the
l'eace River district situated within the
houndaries of British Columbia, and
more than forty million! of acres with
in the Province of Alberta, most of it
being suitable Agricultural land for
mixed farming or ranching. In addi
tion there is a vast area <>| mineral and
timber resources, the extent of which is
only beginning to be realised,
Immense deposits of anthracite foul
have been located and the president oi
the Peace River Hoard ol I rade is
authority for lhe   statement   that   this
coal grades higher  than  Pennsylvania
'oal.
Extensive  exploration woin If being
_��aured   that   they   are  ot
wonderful   extent.      There   is   also   an
abundance of natural gas.
The are.i under cultivation at present
is only about wo, ooo acres and the
population of the whole district is
about 20,000    Tha ftrai grain was sent
out of the country three years SgO, and
consisted  of   less  than  one tl sand
bushels.    Last year nine million bushels
were produced from   about   a   quarter
; millionaires, the average   wheat   yield
being tbirty-flve bushels to the acre, oi
,���.u,|y   double    thS    average    ui    other
portions of Alberta   Ths land li also
1 well adapted for tha raising oi stoeh oi
ail kinds, particularly bogs.
It m reasonable to suppoes  thai  ii
250,01 iras a '���'���  I >-���'* :' ���   """'���
000 bushels of grain, that within a verj
few years iherewill be 10, 1,000 s
once regarded as dross in portions of the Coalmont mines, is a
valuable substance which will adii
to the revenues of the company
and the industries of llif province
! and Oueen Charlotte islands.
SAILINGS from PRINCE RUPERT���
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT.     FOR
SWANSON RAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER.    VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M. Jan. 5, 19, Feb. 2, 10, March 2, 16, 30
Train Service:
EDNE8DA.  and I f at ll.l5a.m
l-asaengei
Slllltlll'l ��,
producing
360,00 1,000 busht Is -I  gi
,��� rough!) 10,000,000 tons.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICE.
Maybee     mineral     claim,     .-ituate
in the Portland i'anal  mining division
of Cassiar   district.     Where  located:
West bank American oreek.
Take notice that 1, P. S. Jack, acting
SJ agent tor   John   Waidlaw   Stewart,
of tha town  of  Stewart,  B.C.,   Free
Miner's      Certificate     No       68848C;
intend,      sixty     days     from      ihe anv (Jrami Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. M<*Nn,,,r>     Assistant
date  hereof, io  apply to   th.   Mining   ,��� .        | RVgight and Passenger Agent, PrinOfl Rupert, U. C.
Hecorder for a I erlilieati of Improve
ments, for the purpose  oi   obtaining a ������ ���      -���
Crown (Irani of lhe above claims.
And further taku notice lhal   action,
under section 16, must be oommen.eo!
'.. fore the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvementa,
Dated   this    1st   day  of   September,
A.D. U>-1.
WKDNJ-8DAV   and BA 11 ItDAH
for
���line George, Edmonton and Winnipeg, making dirast
cuiriieolions for all points Bast and South.
mtic Steamship sailings orfurther information, apply   to
News, $5 Year PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY
20,   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,-l
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 tins Province
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show Die value
of production for successive flve-y*?ar periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905. $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125, -
534,474; for five years, i9i 1-1915, S142.072.603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of 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 Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
Vie obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria. British Columbia.
WATCH   STEWART'S   SMOKE
STEWART  IS   BOUND
To be the
COMMERCIAL AND MINING CENTER
Of the North
Notwithstanding the Knocker
Who turns loose his vast tank of
Useless Information and Warbles
"THE TOWN IS DEAD-
"In Fact It Never did Amount to Anything���
"Nor Never Will."
STEWART  IS  ALRIGHT.
It's the Knocker's Upper Stope
THAT IS WARPED
Stewart has the Goods Behind it
To make a
LARGE CITY
Mineral���
REAL  MONEY
Taken from Mother E-irth.
Bear in mind
Ere Long the Big Pacific Liners will
TIE UP TO OUR DOCKS
A Transcontinental Railway
Will have a
TERMINAL AT STEWART
Just Keep Your Optics on
STEWART
It will be the Greatest
Northern City in  Canada
Long before the Knocker's Carcass
HAS TURNED INTO  MUD.
fl
TRAPPERS!
For Vmr Convenience
SHUBERT
"��� Opened a Depot at
VANCOUVER
* BRITISH    COLUMBIA
J*a/^/li��g says:
4a*\**Jm\\^m*\\ *f4\mm*\\
-W*i**^ gr*Z^f ^^ei^
ONCE more "SHUBERT"
comes to thc front with a
5|H convenience for fur shippers.
^   As usual, "SHUBERT" is
looking out for your interest.
In order to eliminate for you  the necessity oi obtaining
export permit end the payment of royalty���to make it poa-
.i'nle for you to t\et "more money"���"quicker" for your
fan, "SHUBERT" ha* opened ��� Fur Receiving Depot at      -       ��� .-
Vancouver   All you have to <'o it PACK UP YOUR l-URS AND CH1P
THE VI TO A. B. SHUBERT, LTD., VANCOUVER, B.C. NO PERMIT
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE.
"SHUBERT" is paying extremely high prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Coyote, Foxes, Marten, Fiaherand ail other lawfully takenhir-beiren,
We want all the furs you can ship, hut we must have them QUICK- io (--
���iter 'em and ship 'em to "SHUBERT" as fast aa you get 'em.
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "SHUBEItT" A TRIAL
SHIP  ALL VOUR  FURS   DIRECT TO
J-V. B.SHUBE R~T>>
THE LARGEST  MOUSE   Iff THE  WORLD   DEaUHG EXCmMMtLVM
NORTH  AMERICAN   RAW   FURS
VANCOUVER        DEPT.  116     BRITISH  CQ-.UMBIA
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
WAYS TO KILL AN ORGANIZATION
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
ying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $1 OO      A       DAY
Baths
1. Miss as many meetings as you can.
2. If you do attend, don't come on time, but late.
3. If the weather is not fine, don't think of going,
4. If you do attend, be sure to find  fault with the work of
officers and other members.
5. Decline all offices,  as it is easier to criticize than to do
things.
6. Make dues so high that it will eventually be a one man
organization.   You can then be monarch of all you survey.
7. Vote against all good resolutions introduced.    If carried,
withdraw from the organization.
8. At all meetings try to discourage the prospector.    He has
not a smelter trust or a bank behind him.
9. Always kick  about what  the organization  is  doing,
gives you a stall alongside the mule.
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER,  ALASKA
M. R. JAMIE.SON.   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIV.*
Stewart  Hand Laundry
SILK WORK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      Mrs. Harris
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MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of 1..,; rov. ments.
NOTICE,
"Bound try,"    '  I abin,"  "Grub,1
"Grubstake,"    ' i.. ,.;..     "li.. :,
tional   fraction,'      'Daly," ' Ui ..
mineral claims, - I  ate. in the I
Canal    mining    di' isioti   of Car_u
district.
Whan locati 1;   0  east fork I ,.*��o-
creek, Salmon .;..���   \alii;..
Tak.* notice that 1. 1'. S. Jack,
<>f Stewart, I''.1',., acti |j ag
AmoH B. Trites, Free Miner's Cert-h
cate No. I63UC; Roland W v. ...
Free Miner's �� ertil ati N . 16310C;W,
R. Wilson, l-'n c .M ��� :'-'���:' atrNi>.
L6312C, hi ���! Patrii k Daly, 1 re< Minert
Certificate No, ri ."���5C, intend tilt)
days from thedati ��� I to :
tha Mining R i for a Certificated
Improvemei ts for the purfosi
taining a Crown  Irani       ' ��� aboi
claims.    An I further I
action, nt-.i. i   ��� ���     ��� ���-'���. i. ist bi
menced   befon    ��� ���       iai ��������� of such
Certilicate of lm| '���-���
Dated     this    .:   d   day   of July,
A.H. 1921. ���'���'
It
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
nuticj..
Polyhacite Fractional and   Ag   Fractional   mineral   claims,   situate   in   the
Portland ( anal mining division of Ca.
liar district.. Where located:   On south
10,   Get sore if you are not put on a committee, or if appointed  ^~
MIf ERAL ACT.
Certificate of Impro emenU
NOTICt
Gray   flopper,   Gra"   CoPPfr'
N'o
The   McDonnell   Hotel
MAIN STREET,   HYDER, ALASKA
A comfortable home for Miners,  Prospectors,  Tourists,  Travelers
Electric Lights       Baths       Pool
Soft Drinks      Tobaccos
PADDY   MoDONNELL -   -   -    Proprietor
east slope of Mount lhlworth.
I ake notice that Dalby 11. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting aa agent for Sil-,    mmciiru������
If chair asks your opinion, tell him  you   have  none,   but var Crest Mines, Limited, N.P.L., Free juppsr Bear rivi
Miner's Certificate No. 50614C, intend,   rest Glacier, B<
sixtv davs from ihe date hereof, to a|
���     '���        '       ��������-���   r, i   _    r.._   ..    !���...
don't attend the meetings.
11. 	
later tell others what should have been done.
It'll   OLllt'ir*   nuat onuuiu  ��.�����.��.   _-_���.-*  ��-���-���������--
12.    Do nothing except that is absolutely necessary, and when \jjfif5 l^Z^tt" *" ' ��*
���..     i 1   u������_,,~��� nf  - u.. i nose of ohtaininff a Crown
���'*t*w^*���^^^a���*m���m  ^^_ ______^^^^______^^^^^^. for          pill
others roll up their sleeves to help matters,  howl because of the poaeo-* p^nfeg a Crown Grant of thi
'-                  v above claims.    And further take notice
clique running things. I that action, under section 8
13. Delay your dues as long as you can.
14. Don't bother about getting new members. Let George do it  ^ n -021
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
DAY   AND   NIGHT
Walking  Bars
Walking bootleg bars now form
the  latest convenience   for  the
Precisely
William Jennings Bryan would
miners! claims, situate i,  the Fortg
fan.I    mining   divu        '���     '"
district
Where located     0
���rand
ir i     r valle)
Take notice -
Free Miners' I
Stewart, B. C,
��� agent for Geor,
-  .   | Free Miners'   O
  .- -**1-*1  ����� Josepe A. Saywa.
commenced before the issuance of euen I tificate No. 5:57201
Certificate of Improvements nason    Free   Mi
Dated   this   ltlth   day   of    August,   v,-7lc    jnlei-d,   -
--     data  hereof.  '
    Recorder   foraCt
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate   of  Improvement.
NOTICE M
Lakeshore mineral claim,  situate   in
a CioW      ^^^^^^^
And further u,
under section Nr>. tnus
���TiCW '
tiarage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
H. COMER, ManaRer
Tel. 2 lonK   1 short
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWAKT,     -   -    -     B. C.
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates Furnished -���   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
............  _,, _,_ m      ..    .. LtHnfMIHIC  III1MCI.I    t'lnill   ,     H,ypw
  never tell this story     It's on  ��� I *b* Portland Canal mining division ol   before the ssuamc
b^^^^^^^m ^^h^H Wheie
thirsty in Vancouver.    Itinerant! Pussyfoot lecturer, who was talk- headof Fast fork of Cascade Creek, I    p ,, i   this   tw
sssssl j Salmon river valley. Bontember, A.D
'lake notice tlmt Dalby H. Morkdl, of I      ���         ___	
purveyors of illicit litjuor have
been detected plying their trade,
especially  during   the holidays,
ing in a certain hall one evening
on the drink  question. ���-��^_	
supposing I had a pail of water lgjjj.No.  wum\  intend,  sixty days
1 ** * I from the (lite hereof,    to
,.��j i Stewart, B   ('..   acting   as   Bga*Ot   for
WOWi i Andrew Lindeborg Free Miners Cer iii
- ************   B^B^ B^B^   fl^fl^fll
' from the date hereof,   to   apply   to the
CRAWFORD   TRANSFER
FOR TEAMS, SADDLE
AND PACK HOUSES..
WOOD   AND   COAL
--*>- H ft VV.    J.   CRAWKORU   Manage.
carrvinK around a couple of vials I and a pail of beer   on   this  plat- ����� �� *-*>--��� ���;������ - ~ r
****~4**w**    ** * Improvements, Sor the purpose   of  Ol
from which the "swigs" are sold'form, and then brought on g|tainu?g a Crown, Grant ���-���"���-���
in alleys and other secluded
spots. The usual fee is three
drinks for a dollar, or a smallish
one for 25 cents. According to
the statement of several office
men, an accommodating individual visited some oiiicea, ostensibly taking orders for rubber
stamps. When a likely prospect was greeted another kind ol
sale was elfected.
MINER il
Certificate ol Im
NOTIC
'Northern Ligh'1^
Light No. ^'j 'h?��N��    " - *'Nor**^
' i htf��
and a pail of beer   on   this   plat- Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, *or the purpose   of  oh- "Northern MM1              ,        y.
form,   and   then   brought on  a taining a Crown (irant  of the above Light No. it,    "^"':     ;
,      .              ,.   .      ...      ,                  . .claim.    And   further   take   notice that ''Northern   L-lK"*.1.    !'.
donkey, which of the two would , H(.Uo!1 ���,���,,,. HePtioll sf)i mwl hv eom-1 Light No. 6,'  ' N"'!1
he    take?"     "He'd     take   the:'V^1'  1,4'f"rf   **  ��*-���1'* of Kl,(,h i^tTh''"''^"
��� erttticate 01  Improvements. Liffht No. ��,         ...    ,,  I I
water," came a  voice from   the!    Dated   this   loth   day   of   August, Hon." Northern LjIK          ,
1A D   IK1,                                       12 "Woodbine,        wo
gallery."    "And   why   would he  "Kitchener,1    ,l',:]'',|k        M   ���
gallery."    "And   why  would bi
take the water?" asked the  lee* |
turer.    "Because he's an ass,"
was the reply.
Noah In checking up this
morning I find the tapeworm's
mate gone, sun you account for
that? Mrs. Noah Oh, yes, we
ran out of macaroni last night,
and bo i had tO use him
M.NKUALACT. ] -^ ^t'lar Sri*       ^*
CertifteaU of Improvementa. �����f     ,!    ,   i    ()n<
NOTICK Where lo,',!-!
Texada     Fractional   Mineral    claim,   '',*' "; ^l k",'!|'H I   thttt  I- -
situaUin  the   Portland Canal mining     fAKifc ��"-���        ***********
Riliiatein   the   Portland Canal   milling       l2R       ��     H   I
divihi I Cassias diatnet, _< "sw^rt.   �����
vm.      Where located    East fork Caaeads for Charles Bu
y0U Creek, Salmon River Valle. t.h.-an*;N". }��� N;
ill of!    Take notice that I. Daly B.   Morkill, &**t*i,l.mT*,     i
i of Stewart. H. C., aciing aa  agent   for Charles in
er  to   ||,e B.C. SilverMn.es, Lin d.NI'.l... tilh-ate   '"'   ,'(,r.
division of Cassias district,
If a man has reported   to   you I f,
that a certain person speaks ill of I    tsko nouee mai i, uaiy   ��   moraiu,  ri-- ������"��� i ���'���,
mmmm '   '        i f^  'I!"'1'" V
tiflcste ,lli(,,n
 Flee    Mnera     �����>      .,   ���	
._..._.    ���_..     days     from     the     date   lohniH"wJs *M Z'****
ply, "The man did not know the1-""';    1<J���   ��i��i-iy   �������.   ������������   ������>""">'I fj�� jj   ' i,���i<
���* ���" Kiconltr    for    a    cei'iihcate   ol    im    the iiaii
rest of   my   faults, or   he   would   nrovemenu,  for   the   i-iiriM-ae of ob-1 Recorder rm
m* -��� ��� - -----��� -..���- .. ..���.j   , ^^^^
^^h ol Stewart. H. C, aciini* as   a^en.   .
you, do not make any answer toI the B,C. Silver Minea, Limited, N P.L
what has been told y��u, but   re- j [^""^ certiftc*lu Na 6^7C' '"
ttwi��>*..
pinnose  of
m*\*\*\\\\\\W1'
SFior , iU .    ,, I taining���'* Crown (Iiant of ihe above I ments, f  T.Ttt***,
not have mentioned these only, "i.-iaim n"n*n lir-ul oI ��� "
AH men were born free und
equal, yet girls smile at some and
laugh it others.
Crown Cran
     'own (<ram '�� *���'- |)o(i(.# um' *f*\
And further take notice  that   action,       AndfuiH"''
under section 86   must he commenced  under section   ���        , <iu,|,i
in ton Un Issuance of such sertiflcats
of linprovemenl -
Dali.I this I8tb  dav of   July,   A   P.,
hef^e'Vhe issua- "   '
of Improvement' ( juiy.
Daied this   I������"'
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