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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
YOU POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MI\'ES-$B.OO TIIE 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. 13
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   26.   1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
MORE ROAD WORK
I Government Gets Wise and
Will Complete Bridges,
Roads and  Pack Trails
A wire was received early in
[the week by Henry Scovil,  road
foreman,   to  tha effect that an
immediate start is to be made on
[the   government    road    work
throughout the district.   It will
be remembered that some time
ago  all the   road   work   was
suddenly  closed   down.   It ap-
Ipears that it is now thc intention
of the government to comp'ete
this year's program.   Considerable work will be done  up  the
Bear, including the extension of
the trail work beyond the George
cabin.   Some work is also to be
done on the  Bitter  creek trail.
The construction of the bridge
over the Marmot river is also included in the program, and it is
just possible that some work will
be done on   the   Salmon   river
road���this to be an extension of
the work commenced last year.
During the  week   a  start was
made in filling, with #ock,   the
wa>h out in the wing dam, above
[the Bear river bridge.   George
j Young, road superintendent for
I this district, is expected to arrive
Ion the George on Sunday.
who won 46 games out of a possible 48. The next highest were
Mrs. W. Jancowski and S. Fry,
who won 43 out of a possible 48
games. The committee are indebted to the ladies who so kindly
provided tea, which added
materially to the success and enjoyment of the event.
Hospital Situation
Dr.  Davis  and  W. Cameron
jviiited the Premier mine during
[the latter part of last week and
Jtook up  local hospital matters
with the management.   The hospital board had hoped to obtain
home assistance from the  Pre-
jmier company for the maintenance of  the   Stewart   General
IHospital during the coming winner; but owing to the fact that
jt-ie company are building their
jo'-vn hospital at the mine, which
Jn-w almost completed, and intend
ji stalling their own doctor it was
Impossible for them to give any
fy-rmament assistance to the local
���wpital; they, however, promised
jo make a grant of $b00  to   the
focal institution.    As a result of
119 arrangement of the Premier
line it is reported that Dr. Davis
���a�� expressed   his   intention   of
leaving Stewart as soon as his
���contract with the mine expires.
Popular Purser
N. McLean, the gentleman who
looks after the financial end of
Fhe s.s. Prince Albert, and sees
pat it pays dividends, gave the
���je*vs office a call last Tuesday.
flac is one of those pleasant
jtentlemen that are getting
prcer as years go by, and that
| ^e reason he is the most
T��P-*M purser this far north.
Mac states that there is no truth
I" thei report that he is going to
fne Toronto exposition this fall
P- repeat the high dive stunt
wn he saved a warty toad from
powning at Port Essington,
P()n,,��� Qooni ago.
Winners at Tennis
Tl*e tennis tournament that has
tn th" ,)roKreM for 80me time
L _ , local courta h��8 b��en -
_i*m 8l,cceM- T'-e winners
f   Mrs- --avis and J. W. Wilson,
Enjoyable Dance
The dance held last Friday
evening under the auspices of the
Stewart Citizens' association, in
the Stewart hotel, though not as
well attended as might have been
expected, was a very enjoyable
affair. The supper, served by
th. hotel, left nothing in this
line to be desired. The absence
of J. P. Scarlett from the orchestra was a matter of general regret. This dance was the first of
a series to be given during the
coming winter by the association.
Print Shop Boquet
Just as this family journal was
going to press Miss Helen Crawford came into the printing palace and left a beautiful boquet.
The flowers were raised by the
little maiden in her garden���and
it was a prize winner at the
recent competition. As the poet
would say:
That's the kind of girls   Stewart   has,
who utilize their powers,
In doing acts of kindness hy brightening
life with flowers;
And to show appreciation, we take this
means to Bay:
That we thank the little maiden for the
beautiful boquet.
Citizens' Association
A short session of the Stewart
Citizens' Association was held in
the Are hall, Tuesday evening
last, at which it was decided to
hold another dance in the Stewart hotel on Friday, September 2.
A general meeting of the association will be held on the following Friday evening, when there
will be a lot of business to be
dealt with. The executive was
divided into three main committees, in the following manner:
Finance, Walter Broad, William
Newell; entertainment, Walter
Broad, George Cameron, H. C.
Bennett; publicity, J. W. Stewart
and Grant Mahood.
Fresh milk at Tooth's
Let's have a ' 'Cheer Up" week.
The Prince Albert docked on
Tuesday.
Howard Campbell is now employed as baker at the King
Edward grill.
S. R. T. Co. has some dandy cook
stoves.   Want one?
Census returns give the population of Skeena as 25,000. Ten
years ago it was 7000.
Patsy Crogan recently caught
a halibut, near his homeatMapie
bay, measuring nine feet long.
J. L. Stamford arrived from
Victoria on the George last Sunday and will spend a short time
in the camp.
Tom Hanson, who for some
time has been employed as foreman for the Premier at Nine-
mile, left recently for Anchorage.
Building Paptr and Roofing. See
S. R. T. Co.
Miss Crawford, after spending
Window Glass at S. R. T. Co.
H. P. Gibson went up to look
at his Mobile group on Wednesday last.
Harry and Mrs. Tanner were
down from the Fish creek mine
over the week end.
Don't go home hungry. Get a lunch
at Tooth'8 Smoke Shop.
Pat and Mrs. Benson, also W.
F. Benson, were down from Fish
creek over the week end.
Sigmund, of the Prince Rupert
Mercantile company, came in and
out on the George last Sunday.
Captain C. A. Mackenzie, who
recently went south on a business
trip, returned to Stewart on the
George last Sunday.
Captain J. Anderson and J. J.
Coughlan arrived on the George
last Sunday, in connection with
the Silverado mining property.
The management of the King
Edward grill announce that from
her holidays with her parents in \ September 1st they  will  stand
Stewart, will leave on Sunday's
boat for New Westminster, where
she is attending school.
Marion   Counts  recently   ar-;
rived from the American Smelt- j
ing and Refining company's plant
at Flat River,  Missouri,  and is;
now employed toning up the mill
recently completed at the Premier mine.   He is the best mill
man    in   the   employ   of   the
company.
ardize the size of their loaves of
bread and that the price for same
will be 25 cents. This will give
a larger loaf.
Dan Lindeborg and John Hovland, members of the Hyder
(Alaska) Mining congress, went
up to several properties on the
Salmon river during the week to
collect samples for the Ameritan
Mining congress to be held in
Chicago in October.
Death in Hyder
John Anderson, sometimes
known as John Allin, or the
"Terrible Swede," was found
dead in his tent on the banks of
the Salmon river. Monday morning by B. M. Stone of Hyder.
The deceased was a well known
professional wrestler, and is reputed to have at one time held
the championship of the Pacific
coast. A native of Sweden, he
spent some years in Australia before coming to this coast. Dr.
Rogers, who was called in to examine the remains, pronounced
death due to cerebral hemorrhage, which caused paralysis of
the left side. A coroner's jury,
held later, confirmed this decision. The funeral was held on
Tuesday, Father LeRay of Stewart officiating. The remains were
buried in the Hyder cemotery.
Nothing is known locally of any
relatives of the deceased.
Dalby Morkill and Martin
Smith paid a visit to the Prince
John property on   Tuesday  last.
MOMENTOUS   MINING   DEAL
Late Thursday afternoon a deal, which had been pending
for some days, was closed, whereby J. J. Coughlan and associates of Vancouver, purchased under a working bond the
Silverado mining property from the owners, John Haahti and
J. W. Stewart and associates.
According to the agreement a substantial cash payment was
made; a further payment is to be made in December, 1921; the
balance to be spread in equal payments over the remainder of
the two years, which is the lifetime of the bond. In addition
to this the purchasers are to start work immediately. Their
plans in this connection are to build a light tram from the
showings, which are at an elevation of about 4200, down to the
2200 foot level. From this point a trail will be built to tidewater. The construction of a permanent camp, in order to enable actual mining and necessary development to be carried on
throughout the winter, is also included in the program.
The Silverado lies on the west side of Portland canal, opposite the mouth of Bear river and the town of Stewart; the
showings being at an elevation of about 4200 feet, and only
8000 feet distant from deep water on the canal.
There are 12 tons of ore already sacked on the dump, running about 690 ounces in silver. Assays of from 1100 to 1300
ounces of silver are common on this property. There are 11
high grade showings on the claims. R. L. Clothier will be in
charge of the work.
The News devil is 21 years old
today, and probably a minute or
two older. Here is a prize package for a nice old maid.
Blackie Irwin who, until recently has been cooking in tne
King Edward grill, is now employed as cook for the Premier
at 13-Mile.
On Sunday afternoon last H.
C. Bennett caught in his hands
a large chicken hawk (alive).
The wings, from tip to tip, measured over two feet.
Let Salmon River Trading Company
save money for yon. Sm advertisement.
Jack Wood, who has been foreman for the Premier tramline at
Seven-mile, is now in charge of
a crew of men putting the finish
ing touches to the  towers,   com-
j mencing from the lower end of
I of the line.
B. M. Stone and wife and W.
Bunting and wife returned on
Friday last from a trip to the
Virginia group, near 13-Mile.
George Hardie, E. H. Davis
and Arthur Herrewig of Hyder
have left for the Unuk river,
where it is their intention to look
for placer, and at tha same time
do some trapping.
H. A. Guess and party, who
have been visiting the Premier
mine, left on Sunday on their return trip east. Mr. Guess is
vice-president of the American
Smelting and Refining Co.
H. P. Gordon, of the Dominion
government telegraph service,
stationed at Maple bay, arrived
in town during the latter part of
last week. On his way up the
canal, near th�� water at Blue
Point, he saw a white bear.
Grant Mahood has returned
from his Divide group.
William Bertholf, one of the
owners of the Outland Silver Bar,
left on Sunday on a business trip
to Seattle.
Harry Smith, who has been appointed to take charge of the
Stewart school, is expected to
arrive from the south in the
near future.
The Citizens' Association
will give a dance in the Stewart hotel on Friday evening,
September 2.
A new consignment of Songs, Music
and Records at Stewart News Co.
W. R. Tonkin, jr., who has
spent his summer holidays at the
Fish Creek Mining company's
camp, returned to Seattle on the
George, Sunday, to resume his
studies.
Arthur Noble, Canadian customs officer from Silver Heights
on the Salmon, left for Vancouver on the George, Sunday. He
is being relieved by O. I. Smith
of Prince Rupert.
Miss Catherine McLean of
Vancouver, and Mrs. Morrison of
Prince Rupert paid a visit to
Stewart on the Albert on Tuesday. Miss McLean is a sister of
the purser on' the boat, N.
McLean.
A big can of Roast Beef for 70 cents
at S. R. T. Co.
Mrs. Helen Bell, of the "Helen
Bell Style Shop" in Hyder, has
now a very attractive store on
Main street. Her new shipment
of Chappie Coats, just received
from New York, are well worth
seeing.
The notice of the general public is hereby directed to the fact
that fire ladders must not be removed from the fire hall without
permission, and then only on
consideration that they are returned on the evening of the day
on which they are taken.
On Wednesday evening last before Judge Reid of Hyder, Miss
Lillian G. Nicholls of Hyder, was
united in marriage to Marc Everett Wakefield, son of American
Consul Wakefield of Prince
Rupert. Mr. Wakefield has been
employed for some time driving
a truck for the Premier mine.
Are you going to paint your house or
tint your walls?   See S. R. T. Co.
Paddy McDonnell, the well
known proprietor of the American creek road house, purchased
the Bungalow in Hyder on Tuesday last, and will, after making
some alterations, open it as a
first-class hotel under the name
of the Pioneer hotel. He expects
Mrs. McDonnell and his son to
arrive a week from Sunday from
the south.
MINING NOTES
Another Big Lead on Fish
Creek Property���Premier
Shipping Concentrates
John Hovland, while doing
some close prospecting last week
on his Fish creek property, at a
point where it is cut by Skookum
creek, located what promises lo
be the best leed that he has so
far uncovered on the group.
Lower down the hill than the
lead on which he has been working lie re toi ore, this lead commences at Skookum creek and
has been traced across the hill to
a point near his cabin. It consists of about four feet of high
grade ore carrying galena and
chalcopyrite.
The first shipment of concentrates from the Premier mine
went out on the Albert, Tuesday.
The shipment consisted of 160
tons, estimated to be worth
about $1750 per ton.
N. E. Brown of Kel og, Idaho,
who has been in the district for
some weeks sampling properties,
returned south on the George,
last Sunday. It is reported that
he was here in the interests of
the Bunker Hill and Sullivan
Mining company.
v
Visit of Bank Inspector
... J. Cochrane, assistant inspector of the British Columbia
branches of the Bank of Montreal, arrived from Vancouver on
Sunday in connection with the
local branch. Mr. Cochrane,
after spending some time here,
left on the Prince Albert on
Tuesday evening. He will return
to Vancouver via G. T. P. to
Prince George; thence down the
P. G. E. to Vancouver, inspecting the Bank of Montreal
branches on the way.
George Bunn came in from the
Engineer group, on the south
fork of the Marmot, with some
fine samples of ore, containing
galena and chalcopyrite, taken
from the face of the tunnel which
he is driving on the ore.
H. D. Cameron of Terrace was
among the arrivals on the Albert
on Tuesday. He is a mining engineer and is here to inspect the
Silverado mine in the interests of
J. J. Coughlan of Vancouver.
Hugh McGuire was in from his
property on Copper mountain,
the week end. He brought in
some nice looking copper ore,
containing considerable native
copper.
Jean Bertholf is getting out a
trial shipment, two or three tons
of ore. from the Outland Silver
Bar on Salmon river. This will
be brought out via the Hercules
trail.
The s.s. Juneau, of the Alaska
Steamship Co., arrived in port
last Thursday with 113 tons of
cable for the Premier tramline.
Dalby Morkill, during the past
week, has surveyed the Grey
Copper property, Bear river.
Garden Competition
The judges, Mrs. W. George,
Fred Young, and H. C. Bennett,
on Wednesday evening inspected
the gardens of the children who
entered the garden competition.
There being only two entries,
Mable Mtller was awarded first
prize of $10; Muriel and Helen
Crawford, second prize, $K; and
tor a wonderfully kept garden,
Mable Mellor was awarded third
l prize of $4. '" ' ���'- ���     ".'-'."T1
PORTLAND   CANAL
NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   26,   1921
The  Portland Canal  News
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MBMBEB    OF    CANADIAN   WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE  DOLLARS  PER  YEAR
Advertl.ing   Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue. Reading
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Special Position Display or Reading, 25 per eent 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 Pint Page
MINING   OULOOK   BRIGHT
IN spite of a tight money market and
low metal prices the mining outlook for
this Portland Canal district was never
brighter, and no district on the continent
holds greater opportunities for the# immediate future. Certainly in 1910 the
future of the district looked very good; but
the mining companies operating in the
district at that time were not established
mining companies, but stock concerns,
and more money was made out of them on
the stock exchanges than was ever made
by actual mining operations. Another
feature that must be taken into consideration at that time was the construction of
the railway, which caused a local real
estate boom. Things at that time certainly looked good; but unfortunately all
this development took place on the peak of
the boom which at that time was general
throughout western Canada, and ended
with a crash in 1912, from which the country had not had time to recover before the
declaration of war in 1914.
The high metal prices obtaining during the years of the war caused the mining
world to again become active and this district to attract attention, which culminated
in the Guggenheims entering the field by
purchasing the controlling interest in the
Premier mine. This caused a premature
mining boom; premature for the reason
that 1920 saw the commencement of the
inevitable fall in metal prices and a
tightening up of the money markets, with
its resultant disappointments in the opening of the 1921 season. But now with the
approach of the close of this season, the
clouds are commencing to break and the
blue sky of future prosperity is beginning
to show through.
In the Premier the district has a mine,
that while in its infancy, is one of the
wonders of the day, and in so far as it is,
is attracting the attention of the entire
mining world to this mineral belt. Coincident with this is an almost unprecedented depression in the industrial world
of this continent, which condition is driving capital into new fields of industry,
such as mining and oil. These facts are
commencing already to make themselves
felt locally, -for during the past few weeks
several parties who heretofore have confined their energies to manufacturing have
visited the district with a view to investment. While these several individuals
have come in a very unobtrusive manner,
it ia, interesting to note that, while they
have come separately, collectively they
represent capital running well into seven
figures. In addition to this the district
has been visited by representatives of several big mining concerns, and reports are
afloat of more coming before the snow flies.
This activity, coming as it does, at a
time when the financial pendulum of the
country has swung to zero, augurs well
for the future, and justifies the optimism
that everywhere throughout the district
is so prevalent.
ON   SOLID   GROUND
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.
IN its plea for representation of the
British Dominions at the forthcoming disarmament Conference the New York Times is on
substantial ground. It does not necessarily follow
that the voting power of the British delegation
should be on all fours with its privileges in the
management of the League of Nations. The
fuller representation ia desirable by virtue of the
tremendous advantage it would be to the conference to have the point of view of the whole British
empire during the progress of all debates involving
Pacific and far eastern problems. Canada and the
Antipodean states in particular are vitally concerned in this phase of the deliberations and it is
highly essential that a consolidation of opinion
should be possible not only in advance but also
during the consideration of new ideas to which the
progress of discussion may giva rise. It is highly
probable unless each Dominion is represented at
the conference table that developments may take
place which would necessitate reference to the respective parliaments of the empire before the delegation from Great Britain would feel disposed to
take a definite line of policy. The element of delay that would be entailed in this event should be
guarded against at all costs. The issues are of a
too momentous nature to permit of a lagging discussion or a lengthy postponement. This alone is
an important factor in the success of the gather-]
ing. But the main point about Dominion representation lies in the benefit it would be to the conference as a whele to be posted upon the point of
view of those component parts of the British empire which, after all, are most concerned in the
treatment of problems to which their shores are
adjacent.--Victoria Daily Times.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
it
You don't have to meet the high co3t of living,
overtakes you.
One nice thing about an egotist is that he talks
so much about himself that he hasn't any time to
talk about the rest of us. *
Hidden romance may be responsible for a large
fortune going to "Big Bill" Haywood in the near
future. Presumably he will transfer it to the
Soviet government for "safe" keeping.
In the light of de Valera's reply to the offer
of the British government it looks as if Ireland is
destined to remain a "question" and not become
a member of the self-governing states which compose the British Commonwealth of Nations.
The world pays you in your own coin. Give
the world a square deal and it will reflect your
thoughts, acts and ambitions. Go kicking your
way through and somebody will spike you on the
shin. Think well of other people and you need not
talk about yourself. The manly part of you
will shine in your eyes and cause your upper lip
to curl the right way.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel Temporalv
HYDER        :        :        :       ALASKA
DR. ALFRED H.  BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGEBSON     BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
assayers
Stewart,
B. C.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder Alaska
JOHN   HOVLAND
assayer
HYDER
ALASKA
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy Communion:   First and Third
Sundays in the month at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Prayer:   Every  Sunday  at
7:30 p.m.
Baptisms: By appointment.
REV. EDWIN MOSS, L. Th.
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STEWART LAND COMPANY, UMfTED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
Head Office
101 Pemberton Block,    -   VICTORIA, B. C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.   STEWART,       . .      President
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
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Fifth St, Stewart, BC
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STEWART,   B.   C.
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Soft Drinks on Ice
PIPES AND
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Bread, Cakes, Pies
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Train Service:
Pr.ssenger   MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY and  SATURDAY al 11.15 a. ���
for
Smithers, Prince George, Edmonton and Winmi" -*'��� nia
connections for all points East and Soutn.
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Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert
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INTERNATIONAL   AVENUE
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HEADQUARTERS IN THIS DISTRICT
For Fresh Fruits and Green V*
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A'night of rest makes a tireless day.
Therefore, let us supply you with one of the Famous
Restmore Mattresses. We have them in full sizes, Half and
Three Quarters. Good quality of ticking, Springs to fit
all sizes of beds.
We guarantee the prices to fit the times.
We have numerous other lines that you can be interested
in.   The prices will surely please you.
COME ON IN-THE WATER IS FINE.
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
Ib 1858 alluvial or "placer" gold was
found in British Columbia, in the bars
ot the lower Fraser river. Hardy and
other adventurous prospectors followed
tke stream up���following the golden
trail thus "struck"���and in 1860 and
in 1861, on the headwaters of the river,
they discovered the exceedingly rich
placers of the Cariboo district, which
have produced gold to the value ol about
$50,000,000. The news of these rich
finds traveled abroad, and brought
about a rush of gold seekers from the
then failing Roldfields 0f California, and
from almost every part of the world.
From this time practically dates the
opening up and settlement of British
Columbia.
Within the next ten years the province
produced about $33,000,000 worth of
placer gold, the greatest production for
any one year being in 1863, and amounting to abou t $4,000,000. All of this gold
was obtained with pick and shovel,
without the aid of any machinery,
which, as a matter of fact, could not be
taken into the country over the crude
trails and roads which served well
enough for the pack animals of the
early miners nnd prospectors.
As has been the history of all placer
mining camps, a few years saw all the
more accessible gold skimmed from-the
shallow deposits, until, gradually, as the
workings became too deep for the
ordinary pick and shovel methods, then
only available, the placer output gradually dropped, until in 1898 the annual
production was only a little over half a
million dollars.
In 1899, however, placer mining was
revived by the discovery of new and
virgin fields in the Atlin district, a continuation to the north of the famous
Cariboo and Omineca diggings of the
past, and the connecting link between
these and the more recent, but equally
famous goldfields of the Yukon, thus
completing the chain of a continuous
placer districts from the 49th parallel,
northwesterly, to the 69th parallel.
The total production of placer gold to
date is about $75,944,203.
GEOKGE A. FRA8EK
Proprietor
HELEN    BELL
STYLE    SHOP
We carry everything: in Ladies' Ready to Wear
Dressmaking and Millinery
MAIN    STREET, HYDER
The mining outlook for northern
British Columbia is graually getting
brighter.
Forty-one oil rigs are now operating
in Alberta, and eleven more are in
transit for likely fields.
Around Kamloops can be found gold,
silver, copper, zinc, iron, cinnabar and
coal.    All it lacks is the miner.
Dawson had a big celebration on
August 17. That date marked the 25th
anniversary of the discovery of gold in
the Klondike.
A discovery of rich gold bearing
quartz is reported from Sepawe lake
on the Canadian National railways, in
the Port Arthur district, Ontario.
Assays give high values.
Drilling for oil is being carried on this
summer in the coal mining district
southwest of Edson, on the C. N. R.,
130 miles west of Edmonton. It is said
the Imperial Oil company will test this
prospective field.
News of new discoveries of gold ancl
copper in northern Manitoba are constantly reaching The Pas, the headquarters for prospectors and mining
men in that part of the country.
Spectacular samples of free gold have
been brought in from Elbow lake.
These were takan from a tremendous
quartz porphyry body, which has been
traced for 3000 feet one way and 4000
feet across without reaching the contact walls. Free gold is found all over
the ore body and good tailings can be
obtained by panning. A recent discovery of copper on Arthapapuskow
lake promises to rival the Flin Flon
property in size and richness.
An 8-foot vein of silver-lead has been
struck in a mine that is being developed
near Smithers, which produces ore running $14 to the ton. In driving a tunnel
a six-foot vein of graphite was also
encountered.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading hotel in northirn
british columbia
H. R ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.60 per day up
F.   C. LAWRENCE
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WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,  ALASKA
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LOW   PRICES ..
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
$25  REWARD
rpWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS reward
���*��� for information leading to the
arrest and conviction of the parties
who broke into the cabin lately occupied by Harry Brown, next to the Empress Hotel.   W. R.  MACFARLANE.
Green Forests are an investment which
gives big returns
The shareholders include, directly or indirectly, every citizen in the Province.
a
Dividends are shared directly by every individual who resides in British Columbia
Each tree is worthy of preservation, and
means employment to someone, sooner
or later
No timber substitute has been found, but
timber provides substitutes for many
articles
The Lumber trade is called the barometer
of British Columbian prosperity
Keep the mark set high; destruction of the
Forest spells loss to everybody
PREVENT    FOREST    FIRES
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. 2," "Northern Light No. 3,"
"Northern Light No. 4," ���'Northern
Light No. 5," "Northern Light No. 6,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. 8," "Northern Light Fraction," Northern Light No. 1 Fraction,"
"Woodbine," "Woodbine Fraction,"
"Kitchener," "Loser," mineralclaims,
situated in the Portland Canal Mining
Division of Cassiar district
Where located:   On east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon siver valley.
TAKE NOTICE that I, P. S. Jack,
of Stewart, B. C, acting as agent
for Charles Bunting, Free Miners' Certificate No. 46845C; William Bunting,
Free Miners' Certificate No 46875C;
Charles Henrv Lake, Free Miners' Certificate No. "46845C; David O'Leary,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 46944C;
John Hovland, Free Miners' Certificate
No. 46870C, intends, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 13th day of July, A.D.,
1921. 10
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"Boundary," "Cabin,"' "Grub,"
"Grubstake," "Lucky," "International Fraction," "Daly," "Group,"
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal mining division of Cassiar
district.
Where located: On east fork Cascade
creek, Salmon River valley.
Take notice that I, P. S. Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for
Amos B. Trites, Free Miner's Certificate No. I6311C; Roland W. Woods,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 16310C; W.
R. Wilson, Free Miner's Certificate No.
16312C, and Patrick Daly, Free Miner's
Certificate No. 53355C, intend, sixty
days from the date hereof, to apply to
the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claims. And further take notice that
action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 23rd day of July,
A.D. 1921. 10
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Texada Fractional Mineral claim,
situate in the Portland Canal mining
division of Cassias district.
Where lucated: East fork Cascade
Creek, Salmon River Valley.
Take notice that I, Paly B. Morkill,
of Stewart. B.C., acting as agent for
the B. C. Silver Mines, Limited, N.P.L..
free miners'certificate No. 50337C, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice tliut action,
under section Xf>. must be commenced
before the issuance uf such cerlilicute
of improvements.
Dated this 16th day of July, A. D.,
1921.
FRED  DOREY
Manager
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
Launch Provincial
CAPTAIN   SWANSON
Leaves Rupert for Stewart Thursdays
alternating with G. T. P. boats
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.
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 on- <^t-,
and the town of Hyder, Alaska, on the other, and 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 outlet thereto     ::::::::::;::
$2O0      L0TS ARE BEING OFFERED AT      $250
HALF   CASH BALANCE   TERMS
FOR   FULL   TERMS   SEE
M. M. SMITH - STEWART, B. G.
A6ENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
King
Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL
MINING   MEN
DISTRICT. . .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT.
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.
H.   TOLIN,
Manager
NEWELL' BROS.
Fifth St. Stewart, b.c.
Comfortable furnished rooms Barber shop in connection
Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks      SOLO TABLES
Wm.   FRASER
BUILDINGCONTRACTOR
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART, B.C.
Comer Auto Transfer  between stewart
and Jitney Service ....       AND hyder
DAY   AND   NIGHT
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway H. COMER, Manager
Stand at Stewart Hotel Tel. 2 Ion-*    1 short PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   AUGUST   26,   1921
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has -jroduced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Provinoe
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1888,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125,-
534,474; for five years, 1911-1915, $142,072,603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 800,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for pros-
peeling.
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 develop4ng 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.
"CAN   YOU   BEAT   IT?"
Where can a man buy a cap for his knee?
Or a key for a lock of his hair?
Can your eyes be called an academy,
Because there are pupils there?
In the crown of your head what jewels are found?
Who travels the bridge of your nose?
Could you use in shingling the reof of yo;ir mouth
The nails on the end of your toes?
Could the crook of your elbow be sent to jail?
If so, what did he do?
How can you sharpen your shoulder blades?
I'll be darned if I know, do you?
Could you sit in the shade of the palm of your hand?
Or beat on the drum of your ear?
Does the calf on your leg eat the corn on your toe?
Then why grow corn on the ear?
Change Must Come
From the volunteer recruiting
days of the Great War we recall
tha cries of alarm that were
sounded throughout the Dominion
of Canada. The industrial
owners of the country saw and
loudly proclaimed its dangers.
In case of a German victory over-
���eas this land was to be invaded,
property destroyed or confiscated,
and the virtue of our women
violated by a ruthless enemy. To
every young man who was physically fit an appeal was made to
hurry to the trenches in Flanders,
there to put up his first line of
defience against such threatened
outrages, Did the men who had
the big property interests at
stake really believed what they
preached? If they did should
they not have been happy, thankful, grateful, when the danger
was overcome, to find themselves
in possession of, at most, as much
as they had when the fear of
calamity first descended upon,
and willing, moreover, to do with
less?   Yet, undor the protection
THE    PIONEER    HOTEL
main  street,     HYDER,   ALASKA
A Comfortable Home for Miners, Prospectors, Tourists and Travelers. Touch the wire if you want
rooms reserved. Rooms by the day, week or month. Buffet replete with cigars, cigarettes and
cooling beverages. All the latest magazines and newspapers at your disposal. Remember everything is white at the Pioneer, but the gold in the safe, and the coal in the scuttle.
IT IS A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
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Stewart
Look at the map of British Columbia
with an unbiased mind. Roughly Vancouver is 800 miles from the same
point in the Peace River country that
is reached in 400 miles from Stewart,
which is the natural outlet for the
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler in the Peace
River district is talking of railway
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad terms there are
thirty-two millions of acres of the
Peace River district situated within the
boundaries of British Columbia, and
more than forty millions of acres within the Province of Alberta, most of it
being suitable agricultural land for
mixed farming or ranching. In addition there is a vast area of mineral and
timber resources, the extent of which iB
only beginning to be realized.
Immense deposits of anthracite coal
have been located and the president of
the Peaee River Board of Trade is
authority for the statement that this
coal grades higher than Pennsylvania
coal.
K.ti-tiHive  exploration work ia being
carried on in connection with oil and
already startling results have been obtained. The oil sands are located at a
depth of about sixteen hundred feet
aud enough investigation has taken
place to be assured that they are of
wonderful extent. There is also an
abundance ef natural gas.
The area under cultivation at present
is only about 300,000 acres and the
population of the whole district is
about 20,000. The first grain was sent
out of the country three years ago, and
consisted of less than one thousand
bushels. Last year nine milhon bushels
were produced from about a quarter
million aires, the average wheat yield
being thirty-five bushels to the acre, or
nearly double the average of other
portions of Alberta. The land ia also
well adapted for the raising of stock of
all kinds, particularly hogs.
lt is reasonable to suppose that if
250,000 acres are now producing 9,000,-
000 bushels of grain, that within a very
few years there will be 10,000,000 acres
producing 360,000,000 bushels of grain,
or roughly 10,000,000 tons.
of government, they amassed
greater wealth at the expense of
the dependants uf men who most
readily answered the call, and so
arranged their system that the
man who made the sacrifice found
himself at their mercy when he
returned. Gratitude fails woefully to measure up to the barest
necessities of existence. The
right to earn a living is withheld
for the better security of the
profiteering game. Wealth parades in insolence through the
avenues of desperate but helpless
victims. The specter of unemployment still haunts us and casts
ugly shadow into the months
ahead while the crime of indifference holds absolute sway.
From the overhoards of food and
fabric outbreaks of waste continually occur in some quarters
while the hunger skeleton rules
in others. For such a democracy
did we spill our blood to make
the country safe.���Port Alberni
News.
Carry the "Mickey"
One of the most interesting decisions handed down by the bench
in British Columbia with respect
to the liquor act was that given
by Magistrate Jay last week in
Victoria, when he ruled that the
man who had legally purchased
liquor had a right to decant some
of his supply and carry it on his
hip. He should not be expected
to carry a demijohn around with
him if he purchased the strong
stuff in such a receptacle, said
the magistrate. Officials of the
liquor board say that this is in
keeping with their aim to allow
the fullest privileges of the law,
as long as the strict provisions of
the act are lived up to.
PEP   PARAGRAPHS
Get a bead on the target, then blaze
away.
It takes a lotta pull to push some
1 oo11. ahead.
Confidence is half the battle; the
other half is actinn.
If work were half as popular as play,
we'd all be happy and gay.
Most people grade about the same as
the roads along which they live.
You can't sail straight through an
island, but you can tack around it.
Don't start up a blind alley; go
where you can see something ahead.
WATER   NOTICE
Diversion und Use
Take Notice that W. Y. McCarter
Burr Company, Limited, whose address
is 646 Hillside avenue, Victoria, B. C,
will apply for a license to take and use
two hundred second feet of water out
of Marmot river, which flows westerly
and drains into Portland canal about
two miles from the head. The water
will be diverted from the stream at a
point about one mile from its mouth,
and will be used for power (industrial
and mining) purpose upon tha land described as T. L. 43817. This notice
was posted on the ground on the 22nd
day of August, 19-1. A copy of this
notice and an application pursuant to
the "Water Act 1914" will be fil.-d in
the office of the Water Recorder at
Prince Rupert. Objections to the application may be filed with said Water Re-
corper or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Pariament Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within fifty days alter the
first appearance of tin- notice in a local
newspaper. The date of the first publication of this notice is August 26, 1921.
W. Y. McCARTER BURR COMPANY,
Limited, Applicant.
By J. L. Stamford, Agent
"iVfff?*i".
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Foreign Exchange
The widespread organization
and ample facilities of the Bank
of Montreal enable it to quote
close rates on American, English, and all foreign exchanges.
By means of its private wire
connections and Foreign Exchange Department, the Bank
is in constant connection with
central exchange markets.
B
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
TOTAL ASSETS IN EXCESS OF $500,000,000
Stewart Branch: L- S. WHITTAKL-R. Manager.
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
Bath
RATES,      $100
DAY
H.
W.   M.
ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
INSURANCE
STEWART,
.    -      B. C.
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER, ALASKA
M. R. JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVER
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and Ag Fractional mineral claims, situate in the
Portland C anal mining division of Cassiar district. Where located: On southeast slope of Mount Oil worth.
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited, N.l'.L., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 50614C, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 85, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated this 10th day of August,
A.D.1921. 12
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvement*
NOTICE.
Good   Hope   mineral  claim, situate
in     the      Portland    Canal    '
division of Cassiar district.
Where located:   In the upper Silo"
River valley, adj lining   the  Sll��Hl��
8frX notice that 1. P. S. JjAjj
Stewart, 1!. G, . '��� g as agent lor "-
B.Arm-trong, Free M *"'**&��
No. 46907C; William Reid  Mh,n*
sixty -lays from th, ate ta��t��
apply to th,- Mining 1: "r';Yr I.
Certificate of Improvement*..1**
purpose of obtaii ng a Cro
of the above claim.
And further tak,  i      �� ���>���'    ^
! under section 35, n        - -��m$at*
before the liiua   n ol aucn
I of Improvements. , ���������,,
!     Hated     this
j A.D. 1921.
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of Improvement.
NOTICE
Lakeshore mineral claim, situate in
the Portland Canal mining division of
Cassiar district. Where located; At
head of East fork of Cascade Creek,
Salmon river valley.
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B. C, acting as agent for
Andrew Lindeborg Free Miner's Cer'ifi-
cate No. 4tW24C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 85, must be commenced before the issuance uf such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of August,
A.D. 1921. 12
MINERAL A( r.
Certificate ol [mnrovemesB.
NOTICE. pj,
BelU CooU, Silver Lea. ����y8it0lt,
Ladybird No. 2 mineral >��������"*��� ,ivisi-,
! in the Portland * . al "������- fa*
of  Cassiar   distri I.     7'   ,��>(-*��
In eucsde Greek valley.norm-
,ltke. ,       .   ,,v  ii   Mor*
Take notice thai eVOr,wtrt
ofStewart   II.C    ^'V'::,K,   f*
���as   agent   f r   < ���    .. :(;;),':,i. '���
Miner's   Certil';-: '      .���,���,���!,��� >
Clegg.    Free   Mi  ei     "\>r   J. t
43568C,   and   the
Chappie, intend,       ^     ',,,   v   -
I date   hereof, to   a| .".   (���fI���^'
1 Recorder for a ' " ,- 0btain����|
ments, for tl"' : e claim'-.,
Crown Grant ol .,,. ��M
Amlfurthe, I
under seel,nr ,-, rl.' ���<���'
"'""���'   ! Ml
before the issi.
of [mprovem,
Dated thi* -'
or
ntmoad
jforsIL*"
��� tthM
,-omni
lent'
CAPABLE
'time, tO sell o,
i Policies,    Bei ���
and every -"���'*'���        ll00d w ttfi��
and liberal fk'Htu--B       ,������    ��V
[and   every   ��--"'**..A,!T>    l$
'PANY.   308   "
! couver, B. ( ���
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