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Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
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YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOCT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 3, NO. 35
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY 27,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
Largest deal
since premier
New York Group Purchase
Mahood-Bush Interest in
B. C. Silver���-Property
Surrounds Premier Mine
The largest deal made in Port-
and Canal district since It. K.
Neil turned the Premier to the
[iuggenheims, was consummated
last week, when the Mahood and
Bush interest in the B. C. Silver
Mines was purchased by a powerful New York group.    Nothing
known here in Stewart who
tne purchasers are, but according to report from Vancouver
they are supposed to be the Guggenheims.
For the purposes of the deal,
the property was valued at $300,-
000, and the consideration involved exceeded $100,000. This
was for the one-third interest,
owned by Grant Mahood and O.
B. Bush. The Seluqui Gold Fields
Limited, of South Africa, represented on this coast by C. A.
Bank?, still own, so far as can be
ascertained, a one-third interest,
with an option on another third,
Before leaving for the east Pat
entered into a new agreement
with the original owners, Charles
Knipple, Dan Davis and William
McGrew, which involves the organization of a stock company,
with provision made for the
present owners to retain a nominal control, besides receiving substantial cash returns. The time
given extends over a period of
two years, which is considered
hy Pat as sufficient, considering
the size and value of the ore
exposures, to make a satisfactory
deal.
.STEWART   LOCAL  NEWS.
Mining Men Meet
The annual meeting of the
British Columbia division of the
Canadian Institute of Mining and
Metallurgy will be in Vancouver
during the first week in February
Importance matters dealt with.
Some Pumpkin
When a bully states he can
whip any man in Canada, he is
taking in too much territory.
He is liable to get what he is
looking for. When a man. a
foreigner, comes to Stewart,
and gives it out cold, that
he is going to make British Columbia bone dry, he is also taking
in too^ucfr ��eo%5X,,ile should
thus giving them a two thirds [do the crowing on his own
control of this property. j back yard.   The citizens of this
The   H.C.   Silver consists of | province can run theirown affairs
gome  sixteen claims,  adjoining
St. Patrick Dance
The dance St. Patrick's nigh},
the Premier mine on  the north,
east and south, which were
fctaked originally by Grant Ma-iin honor of Irelan(i's Patrori
Ihood. Charles Lake and Dave Baint- Patrick- who happened to
fc'Leary. These claims are sojbea Scotchman and a Presby-
locatedasto make it necessary'terian-J,romises t0 be one of the
lor the Premier company to cross best of the season. It will be
jthem in going from their bunk- thoroughly cosmopolitan. Engine to the No. 1 tunnel. ! lish�� Irisn' Scotcn- and ever*-'
The Hooligan claim of the B.C.! nationality   represented  in this
White collars and~biled shirts
are now worn by the swift set of
Hyder.
A. N. McDonald, who is working at the Premier, was in town-
yesterday.
The question this week is not
'Is John Oliver Going to Resign?'
But 'Who Got Billy Crawford's
Chickens?'
Howard Cameron, engineer
and manager of the Silverado
mine, left for Terrace on the
John last week. He expects to
be away about two weeks.
Miss Peters of Vancouver was
among the arrivals on the John
last week, and is the guest of
Mrs. Barron in Hyder. Her
brother, Jack, is well known in
Stewart and Hyder.
A new consifrnment of Songs, Musio
and Records at Stewart News Co.
Harry Zeffert left last Saturday
night, on the Carmen, for
Ketchikan.
To a Correspondent���No; it is
not true that the Portland Canal
News pressman sleeps on the bed
of the press.
Advertising is not a modern
invention. If you are the proud
possessor of a Bible, read Numbers 24-14, and Ruth 4-4.
For Sale---Knitting Machine, with all
accessories. Price $25. Apply Stewart
News Company. 35
R. A. McCulloch, always a center of interest, is now. employed
at the Premier helping to keep
the boys warm.
H. D. Gillis and A. Harnes
left today for a three months
trapping trip into the Naas���
going in by way of the Bear via
Meziadin lake to Bowser.
Marshal Stanley Oaksmith of
Hyder is a tailor by profession,
and a good one. Last week he
made the proprietors of several
wet  groceries   close.   He  does
Martin M. Smith returned on
the John last week.   It will be excellent work, but the price is
remembered that he went south
for medical treatment before
Christmas. Having spent some
time in the Vancouver hospital,
he has returned much improved
in health.
The man who drives the Hyder
Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Pitt and jitney cutter, ought to get the
daughter left on the Anyox last I business end of his pants severely.
week for Tacoma and eastern; kicked. When he arrives in
points.    Mr. Pitt has   gone out! Stewart he par<cs his cayuse and
for a well earned  month's   holi-
dry goods  box  in the middle of
day. The work of opening up I the walk between the Hotel King
the Premier mine has, during the Edward and Salmon River Trad-
past two years or so, proved a j ing Co'sstore,forcing pedestrians
stupendous task, and told ac- to turn out into the snow. T/he
cordingly on his health, which j traffic cop should do his duty, and
since Christmas has been so bad see that the driver  leaves   his
that Dr. Bayfield ordered him to
take a month's rest.
cayuse and   hardware  in some
other part of the city.
PREMIER PHENOMINAL RECORD
���Silver group is located within 300
far north, should attend,   and do
pet of the showings on the honor to the gentleman who drove
jHmp_on claim of the Premier, the snakes out of Ireland, and by
p this claim is the Premier's 80 doin* you wiU do honor t()
|o. 1 tunnel; work on which the Fire Department, who ���_
kowsthe ore dipping into tne giving the dance
\- C Silver.
No information ig obtainable
j-t- this time, as to the intentions
|of the purchasers of the B. C.
Bear River Bridge
II. E. Scovil,  local road  foreman, is in receipt of a letter from
but   it is supposed that
Bert Kergin, M. P. P., in which
the writer states the public works
department have decided to put
in a permanent bridge over the
Hear river, in the place of the
one that went out during the high
���Silver,
P-eji will not leave such a valu-
��k Property lie idle very   long.
��>aly Goes East
p-t Daly left for New York on
ll^e John   last   week, where he j water last fall.    Construction, it
is   understood,   is to commence
According to an estimate compiled by an independent and authoritative source, the Premier
mine shipped approximately one million ounces of
silver, and twenty-five ounces of gold during 1921.
This is a phenominal record, in view of the fact
that all this ore had to be hauled 17 miks over a
very bad wagon road, and the mill was not working till late in the year. It is understood that a
dividend has already been declared.
rather embarrassing.
The Citizens' Association executive met on Monday evening
and discussed correspondence
from the Prince Rupert board of
trade. Space not permitting, a
full report of the proceedings
will be published next week.
Dr. and Mrs. Bayfield spent
last Sunday in town, staying at
the Hotel King Edward. The
doctor is in charge of the hospital at the Premier mine, and
received a message from Dr.
Chace, 8 o'clock Saturday night,
to come down in connection with
a patient at the hospital. He
left the mine immediately, and
was in Stewart at 3 o'clock in the
morning.
Jake Hawkinson has added a
LET CONTRACT
TO HAUL ORE
Silverado to Start Regular
Shipments���Outside Development Is Completed.
Tram   Line Works Well
Exceptionally satisfactory progress is being made on the Silverado. The tram recently completed was tried out for the first
time on Monday last, is now in
good condition and ready for use.
The Hyder Transfer company
have been awarded the contract
for rawhiding the ore down the
hill from the lower terminal of
the tram and delivering it for
shipment at the dock. Twenty
tons are already sacked at the
portal of the tunnel awaiting
shipment.
On Wednesday a crew of men
were put on to build a snow trail
from town up to the lower terminal which, it is estimated, will
take some four or five days, as
there is considerable shoveling
to be done on the steep parts of
the hill, and particularly on the
switch backs. As soon as this
work is complete the Hyder
Transfer Co. will commence
moving the ore through town.
Now that the outside development program, started last fall,
window counter in the Exchange | has been completed, active min-
grill, where Stewart busy shoppers may note from day to day
a fine display of tender steaks,
and juicy chops and roasts, and
home made head cheese and sausage just like grandmother used
to make; also-three tim^s a week
a display of bread, cakes, pie.
and the large doughnut with the
small hole.    Jake  is proving to
ing operations on the flat vein
will be immediately undertaken.
In this connection it is the intention to put on sufficient men to
work three faces at once, with
necessary muckers and ore
sorters, the idea being tc get out
as much ore as possible. This
will make the Silverado the
second codstant  shipper in the
citizens that he is  certainly jake district,    the   first    being   the
when it comes to delivering the
goods,
During the absence of Dale L.
Pitt Bert Smith, assistant general
Two Deaths by Fire
A nasty accident occurred in
Just Arrived Ladies Khaki Cloth
Riding Breeches, all .izes. $7.50 a pair.
Ladies all leather shoe packs in stuck.
14-inoh tops, $11.50 a pair.   H. Zeffert,  manager, takes lull charge of the Hyder at noon on Saturday  last,
Premier mine. j when James Madden  and Ralph
Mirshal Stanley Oaksmith of j Nelson, were burnt to death in
Hyder is a tailor and a good one.  their cabin south of the wireless
station. Little is known of the
origin of the fire; witnesses of
the accident, none of whom were
close to it, state that suddenly
the whole cabin broke into flames.
Smith block,  Stewart.
Several of the boys were down
from the Premier the week  end
and took in the solo, rummy ami Ust week he made th
Neconadeatoi being able to
Put through a deal on the New
A|a*-ka property. It will be remembered that Pat acquired this
����Perty last fall under a work*
��g bond, .since then he has
don�� considerable work on it and
j��ved beyond all doubt the exis-
*** 0. large ore bodies. Those
*��W��itt��   position   to  judge
about the end of February or the
beginning of March, so as to  be;
ready   to handle  the summer's j
traffic.    Plans for the new structure are now complete,   and call j
for the  building of two spans, j
with rock fill approaches,   which
will have a total length of  from|
120U   to  1400  feet; the rock for
soft drink lectures.
Ceorge Fraser, who is spending
a holiday on the outside, is doing
some publicity work for the
Portland Canal. In an interview
with a representative of the Victoria Colonist he gives the
mineral wealth of this district a
good boost.
William Tooth was over from
Hyder, British Columbia, the
week end, and reported business excellent. He also stat.-d
that the heavy snow fall
done no damage to bis I
e proprietors of several soft drink emporiums close. The suits are
high in price, but look good.
I. N. Hougland, lately of Prince i ���   ��� ,
b       '        ^ P. Sweeney,  being fairly  i
Rupert, has leased the King Edward dining room for one year,
and  will  be ready to serve the
| public the beginning of the week.
Hougland has the reputation of
being a fust-class caterer.
The   death   occurred   at   7:30
Wednesday    morning,    at    the
Premier.
As soon as Howard Cameron
returns from Terrace, weather
permitting, the company intend
to let a tunnel contract on the
upper lead. This lead, which has
been traced on the surface for
over 2000 feet, varies in width
from 5 to 6 feet, with a high
grade shoot in the center. Running across the face of the hill
there is a difference of 300 feet
from the highest to lowest point
on it. As it starts in the gulch
at the southern end of the pro-
by, ran over and opened the door, perty, it is dangerous to drift on
to find the inside like a  furnace,  it from this point owing to snow
He could do nothing, as the
flames shot out and scorched his
eyebrows. Before any assistance
could be rendered the cabin was
slides, so the intention is to come
out of the gulch, drop down below the lead, and run in a crosscut tunnel to tap it, and as soon
as this is done to drift north on
stat
8-*��wmR8 than had  the Pre- quarry   at   the  west end.    lhe
elnal this property has bet-i this   will   be   taken    from   Hie
mitir
l*-��mila
��� *--en that property was at
r stage of development.
whole job, it is estimated,  will
ooat aboul 120,000,
razed to the ground.    Examine- j the ore.
tion of the scene afterwards re-1    Great credit is due to the men
Stewart  General   Hospital,    of j vealed the bodies of the two vie-1 who   have   done  the work, and
,a���ana'|Thelma Scott, youngest child ofjtims.   one   on   the   bed and the ,als0 to the, management of this
1 ai i it      n   i o. ,f u.���j���-      ,        .       .in       u  _���   u company for the manner in which
ere | Mr. and Mrs. II. J. bcott, Hyder.  other where the floor had   been.  4.      , , . ���    _       .   ��
they have made a shinper out of
plants,  and  therefore wi
bananas aud cream The funeral sefvice took place in
Hyder on   Thursday   afternoon,
long,   serve
each morning to the guests at
the Hotel Ocean View,
W. H. Watson officiating.
It is believed that the fire waB
caused by the explosion of a can
of gasoline.
this property in spue of what
were considered unsurmountable
difficulties during the winter. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   27,
1922
The  Portland Canal News
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
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,
$2.60 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Pag/*
TRAIL   SYSTEM
THERE is nothing more urgently required in this northern section of British
Columbia as roads, trails and bridges, the
trails being so located as to be gradually
converted into wagon roads. While this
fact holds good all over the north, it is
particularly accentuated in the Atlin district, for here are located vast natural resources, such as mineral, coal, agricultural
lands, and timber, only awaiting the hand
of man. It is safe to say that no other
section of the province, or for the matter
of that, Canada, contains so much natural
wealth crowded into so small a space, and
at the same time so easy of access, being,
as it is, close to the sea, thereby doing
away with the necessity of building hundreds of miles of railway in order to
develop it.
What is required, above all else in this
district, is a comprehensive and systematic policy in connection with trails and
roads, etc.
The province is very heavily in debt at
the moment, and nothing will help to re-
relieve this burden so quickly as the development of the unlimited natural resources of the north. No where in it does
such an opportunity present itself as right
here in Atlin.
A trunk trail from Stewart to Mezi-
adin lake; at which point it would divide,
one branch running south to Alice Arm,
and the other around Bowser lake, up the
north fork of the Naas, and join the Yukon
telegraph trail at Naas river cabin, a distance of some 80 or 90 miles. Such a system of trails would give access to what
may yet prove the greatest mineral belt on
the continent, and allow of a start being
made on its proper development. It would,
at the same time, tend to open up the
arable lands of the Naas.
And last, but not least, it would supply
a much needed winter road to Telegraph
creek, which would be a shorter and safer
outlet for the whole upper Stikine and
Dease lake countries, thereby possibly assisting in their development.
A little vision, a little system, and a
little action, and Atlin will answer the
unemployed problem for the government.
air and southern press with political
rumors and innumerable prophecies of an
early election. For the past several weeks
the atmosphere has been pregnant with
possibilities, but through all this political
hub bub the premier until recently has
remained silent.
It was a relief to many when he stated
the other day that the government did not
anticipate the holding of a general election
this year, and would fill the vacancies by a
series of bye elections.
In this the government are wise, for
it will enable them to bring down at the
next session a Redistribution Bill, which
can be put into effect when necessity arises.
To hold an election before this is done
would be a crime against the north that
would be hard to live down, for the north
has suffered too long through its small
representation in the house.
Any party or individuals who would
attempt to force an election before a redistribution bill is put on the statute books,
would deserve the condemnation of every
voter north of the C. P. R.
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NOTE  AND  COMMENT
Get behind the prosperity cart, and push together, for the common good.
Germany seeking credit.���Headline in Vancouver Paper.   Credit for what?
Let the people of the Portland Canal try the
boost game for a change, and see how it works.
Service For The Thrifty
Thrift is a habit that should be cultivated
not merely to make provision for the future, but because of a desire for advancement and full achievement, and for the
sturdy independence, the happiness and
the contentment that it brings.
The Bank of Montreal co-operates with
the thrifty by means of a Savings Department in every one of its Branches throughout Canada. In this Department a Savings Account may be started with any sum
from One Dollar upwards. Interest at
highest current rates is paid on all savings
deposits.
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch:  L   S. WH1TTAKER,  Manager.
The American dollar is below par in Switzerland. It is pleasant to hear of one European
country whose money is not at a discount.
Both the pound sterling and the Canadian
dollar seem to be doing pretty well these days,
thank you.
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART,   B.   C.
Three million razor blades were recently stolen :
the Brooklyn army base. _J��_they were no better!
than some we have used somebody's stung.
It is a well-known fact that some young ladies
sleep with gloves on to keep their hands soft.
Quite a few of them must have the habit of sleeping with their hats on also.
Admiral Sims seems to consider that, as a
competitor against the airplane, the dreadnaught
is little more formidable than the doughnut. It
sounds good���Doughnut Navy.
REDISTRIBUTION   NEEDED
THE resignations of the attorney-
general, and also the minister of public
works from the provincial cabinet, causing
four, and possibly five, bye-elections to be
put on the slate for this year, has filled the
It has always been a mystery to us why women
wrap up their bodies in the warmest kind of furs
and then go down town with six suffering inches
of their exposed to zero weather.
In the Portland Canal district there are about
eisrht men for every woman. In Bournemouth,
England, according to the recent census, there are
almost two women to every man. Some men
are lucky.
TOOTH'S
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
WATER PROOF TOBACCO POUCHES
WELLINGTON PIPE STEMS
FRESH T03ACCO
Exchange
Grill and
Meat Market
OPhN DAY AND NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Best assortment of fresh
meat in town. Call and
inspect out butcher shop
P. HAWKINSON
Proprietor
According to the Woodstock (Ontario) Sentinel-
Review, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Montgomery
celebrated their fifteenth golden wedding anniversary two weeks ago. Think of it���750 years married,  and hale and happy.
STEWART   NEWS   CO.
H. P. GIBSON Proprietor
Ganong's  and  Lowney's   Chocolates
Stationary      China      Library
All the Very Latest    Music and Records
Sole Agent for the Imperial  Tobacco  Company
and Canadian Steam Laundry
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  BUTCHERS
WE   DO  NOT   SELL   CHEAP
BUT   COOD   MEAT   CHEAP  ,
MEAT
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART TOWNSITE . .
Head Opkick
101 Pemberton Block,    -   VICTORIA, B. C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines
ROBERT   li.   STEWART,
Financial Agents
I'lCMll.   Ill
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listings of propertiea for sale wanted
STEWART LAND CO., LTD.
Filth St, Stewart. BC
DALBY B. M0RKID
H  c- Und Surveyor
STEWART, B. c.
DR. ALFRED H.
Dental Surgeon
BAYNE
PWNCE BDPEKI.
BKLGEU80N   block
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
STEWAKT.
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder   -  - . .
JOHN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Alaska
auska
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy  Communion:   First ami Third
Sundays in the month at 11:30 a.m.
Evening  Prayer:  Every Sundaj it
7:: 0 p.m.
Baptisms: By appointment
REV. EDWIN MOSS, I.. Th.
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C���   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   27,   1922
THE HOUSE  OP   BARGAINS
____��-_.-_-^^M^��*_M_wW-W-M--M-WW'*��-��"����i-MaM-a^ ������_���r_�����______wwMe^a_w_w������M��i*����_��a��4WM-Ba��i-M-.
EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
PICKED   FROM  THE   DUMP
An American mining engineer, who has been investigating mineral prospects here for outside capital,
says: "British Columbia presents more opportunities
in promising ore resources than can be found elsewhere,
for the areas producing silver, lead, copper, and a fair
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. ERASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELER
HYDER,   ALASKA
LARGE   STOCK
LOW    PRICES ..
HYDER
percentage of gold have been ascertained and seem toj
be illimitable.   Capitalists will flock to Northern British | AUTO
Columbia like bees to a flower garden.'"
Increase Anyox Power
The Granby Consolidated Min-
Esperanza Sacking Ore
The sacking of   the   first  100
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 18 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
ing, Smelting jftid Power Co. is ! tons of ore is well under way at
planning the early building at j tha Esperanza mine, Alice Arm,
Anyox of a 25,000-acre feet stor- ,and as soon as the government
age dam which will cost about | wharf is completed and ready for
$350,000 and will supplement the j traffic shipping will be corn-
present water and power supply j menced to the Anyox smelter.
and ensure winter needs.
SERVICE
FRED  DOREY
Manager
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
^^^^^^^^^^^ The
mining industry is running along
steadily at Anyox, where 930 men
j men are employed and  the out-;
i put remains the same as before,
Silver   Standard   Working
Operations at the Silver Standard, Hazelton, have been resumed, and the first work will be
to mine a thousand  tons of ore
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Keep Your Money
In Stewart ....
Why send Laundry out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundry can do the
work. Cloihes Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
namely, 2,500,000 lbs. monthly. ,
,���. . ���    ,o-t j and fill up the bunkers at the
the price of copper is lofc, and
when it reaches 14c there will be
a   general   increase   of   wages,
mill so that, as soon as the winter bleaks, the mill can be
started up.    About a dozen  men
ialmon uiver
Trading Co'y
averaging GOc. a day,  according;
,   ,i                                     Q.    ���  .  will be employed,
to the agreement now in enect at ��� __	
Anyox,   and   which   expires   on
April 1.
The Granby company will smelt
quite a little Stewart ore this
season.
Rich Silver Strike
James Anderson, staker of tbe
claims at Rico, Mayo district,
j says the properly is now -produc-'
|ing 20 tons of silver ore daily
from one vein. The vein has
widened at the 225 foot level to
seven feet of solid galena, some
of which is almost pure silver.
Other veins are being developed.
TH!
NEWELL ROOMS
VV.   L.   NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Con-
j nection.   Cigars. Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
PHONE, 1   LONG, 1 SHORT, 1 LONG
Metal Outlook Bright
The metal market is more en-
eouraging now than it has been
for a long time, and the impression seems to be that the mining
industry will be quite active this
year. The copper market is improving and all the big properties I ^e prevaricator who
in the south will be opened up.     |tne   following   report
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tomporaly
HYDER, ALASKA
-|a"
ELI i\ I!
Some Gusher
It's up to some one to throttle
sent out
^^^^^^^^ Oilfield
workers are  battling vainly  at;
Orange, Texas, to throttle what
is declared to be Texas' greatest
oil   gusher.    The   Humble company's "Cresson No. 3," brought
in   last   week,    tore   away   the
i
choker and  other machinery  at
its bead and threw a giant spout!
of oil that wrecked surrounding
derricks as it fell.    The  roar of
the oil as it came up from a depth
WANTED
Wishing a Lot in Stewart on which to
eventually build business premises. The Portland
Canal News will trade a lot in a choice'resi-
dential section of Oak Bay, Victoria, for one in
Stewart. The basis of such a trade to be the
assessed valuation of the properties.
Address all communications to
PORTLAND GAHAL HEWS
STEWART,    B. C
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAI1- Be A MAR
We can Clothe Grandfather, Father, Young Men and
_-i . i _���   j.   J_._ll___l    nnlof 5980 feet was heard for miles
Younger Young Men.   Come in and get dolled up|Aroundlliewellwasllsl.aurni!
7{;cirrDT cmitu    Hi OCK. STEWART,   B. C.
�� err En i,
H.
SMITH   BLOCK,
NEXT DOOR BANK OF HONTREA1
tewart
Oil men declared the flow was at
least 50,000 barrels daily.
King Edward Hotel
STEWART,   -   H.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL   DISTRICT. . .
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN   PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.    II.    TOLIN,
Manager
During the past ten years
Northern Ontario gold mines
have contributed within $2,000,-
000 of as much gold as came from
the placers of British Columbia
since 1851).
*-_*
EGEE1E
?s~**i***r>wri
4 &���������*
OOoi
800mile.fr  5/ ���  -f r^'^   ' ���
,)()llltlllth(. ,.,,,, K.vc-  country   that depth^.��*.
ITrtWh-d in 400 mil-   from   Stewart, aud ��>���
which I.  the  natur -tl.t  for  th. pb��*        J ���     .
_______________________ ,i I abundance     natural gas.
Nearly every settler  in   the   I u.�� ,    The area u���aer cultivation at presi
.,,.*********************** ,i80���!y   aboul   300,000   acre-
communication with the coaat. '    ^     f  (h(,   who|(,    jiBtrict    I"
 ^^^,     ,u      El''-'''..'.'        Ihrl.rM  >.���...'
thirty-two   million,  of   acre,  ol    tne country three yeai     1
*******->-'"Ul |e8i    lh.tll    ,.���,:���,
I ^year nine mill-on bu
* ,t,wer.pr I fr    -' '
Mug Huituble  agricultural  land   foi   bej    t,lirty-rtve bush.i. to thi
ml**! farming or  ranching.   In  eddi- iIm.  BV_ragi
tion there ll u vm-I *X4* "' ��'! " ,al  ;"'" tlberta.      II"
timber resources, the extent of which ii i"'|1'ilj|i|iill,l]
only beginning to be reaii-ed, all kind, particularly I
lmmenudepo.it. ol anthra ite coal ^   ^                    i il
have been located and th.   preaidenl ol '
m*~m*,a*~ ���- 1���,���������;.
hll     111   UlMJ
wiiii an unbiased mind,
oouvex ii
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler   in   the   I'd
River dlatrlct is  talking  of  railwaj
.mmunioation with the coaat,
Bpeakiagin broad  term,  there   are
"   the
Paaoa River di.triol situated within the
boundaries of British Columbia, and
more than forty millions of aera. with
in the Provinei of Alberta, mo.t o
land   foi
In   H.I'll
out of the co
' consisted ol
\ bushi I..
British Columbia in 28 years
produced
gold.
m'i '**   .
~-hRH____.
(IRANI)    TRUNK    PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
-,��__^>J_5_i
,.���,  __ , Steamers  sailing   between  Seattle,   Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
$106 000,000   m   lode River. Ocean balls. Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox,  Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Island*.
i
The linger of wealth   points to
the Portland Canal mineral zone,
An   optimistic   tone pervades
all the metal markets.
8AILING8 from 1'IUNCE IH I'l It I
llll'RSDAVS   AT   TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    FOR
swanson BAY, i" i:AN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE   RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M. Jan. 5, 19, Feb. 2, 18, March _, 16, 30
liaiu Servioo!
MiiMi.w    \\iii.m>I'\n  and -A!tiio\N  si n.ija.m.
\\ I li.M H>\\
i jnca i lem | ���   i diuonton and  SVinnip< g,  ni ikinf
 111���-<-11<��� 11- for all points Last und South
authority for tbe statement   that
ooal gruli.- higher  than   Pennsylvania |
ooaL
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate ol imnrovi ments.
MU li I
Maybee    mineral     claim,     ��ituat.
in  the Portia id I ai al  mining division  |.
oi   Cassiar  district.     When   located:
\\ est hank American bi
Take notice that I, P "���'"��  Smithei -
John   Wardla-A ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^
ofthetov fstewari   I p   Atlantic Steamship sai rigs orfurther information, applji to
US'    ';;:"1":' '    any Grand Trunk Pacific A, ,���*. or,., G A. McNicholl   Assistant
.;,,,. hereof, to apply to the Mining General Freigli  and Passenger Agent, Prince Hup   '    ������ l ���
Recorder for a Certificati    I Irapi	
ments, foi the | urpo i   ol  obtainii t ��   -
Crown Grant of ili<* above claims.
\. i furthei take notice that   .
under -> el nual   be  comn
ot  sueh Certificate
,,i Iiiij< mi ments,
Dated  this   1st   day of September,
A.lr IWL
News, i5 Year PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   JANUARY   27,   1922
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637.221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone. Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
���      AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
Is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive flve-y?ar periods: For all years to 18.5,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, ^57,607,967; for
five years, 190l-1905,.$%,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; 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
be obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per-JJay
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
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
KNICKERBOCKERS, B'GOSH
Tune-People living in glass houses should undress in the dark.
Air-And his breath came in short pants
Knickerbockers   will  be  the  style   for old men, young men, and younger
young men during 1922.���Fashion Note in Vancouver Paper.
An idea somewhat eccentric has struck the world's swells,
Which they deem will raise them in the eyes of certain belles,
And if the fad ever strikes this northern belt,
'Twill be the blow that killed dad, from sassiety dealt.
Great Scott!   'Twill be funny when Gibson and Siem you see,
With brief and boyish pantlets reaching scare below the knee;
And Knipple and Bill Crawford, won't they cut a blast
When they parade the streets with pants at half mast.
Bill Tolin and George Fraser, right on the main street,
Wearing white trousers--well, a full yard above their feet.
And Archie Patterson, donned in the latest geer,
Walking up and down the avenues like a London peer.
There are others, too, who would look like a copper cent,
When they don these knee breeches, and go on pleasure bent;
And if this fad appears, it will put Stewart on the bum,
And drive the very best of us to drown ourselves in rum.
���PsaLMUEL Wriley, the Bear River Bard.
JUST   A   FEW   WANTS
Fort George wants a paper mill.
Victoria wants more industries.
Vancouver wants work for unemployed.
Hyder wants the payroll of British Columbia mines.
New Westminster wants a big run of salmon on the Fraser.
Prince  Rupert  wants   to be  the  capital of a new northern
province.
Stewart don't want anything.   It has the goods behind it.
Who wants the earth?   Don't all speak at once.
iy
TRAPPERS
For Tffmr Conveniens
SHUBERT
Has Opened a Depot
I
VANCOUVER
"BRITISH   COLUMBIA
at
46ti&*ot/
says:
1'
tig?*/****'
���tr~9AAmay    t+m&faZoijl
ONCE more "SHUBERT"
comes to the front with a
convenience for fur shippers
As usual, "SHUBERT" is
looking out for your interest.
In order to eliminate lor you the necessity of obtaininj! ' \m%\\
export permit and the payment oi royalty���to make it poa- l��� w,.,
i>i!*le for you to get "more money"���"quicker" lor your IJ r'-:'
furs, "SHUBERT" has opened a Fur Receivm* Depot at V " EJ
Vancouver All you hove to do is PACK UP YOUK FURS A\T> tun.
THRVI TO A. D.SHURKRT, LTD., VANCOUVER,! (; NOlSl i
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE.
K,SHyBERI" is pay--1^ extremely high prices for Muskrat
Mink, Coyote, Foxes, Marten, 1-iaher and all other lawfully taken f.r-beartri
We want all the furs you can ship, but we must have them OU1CK-.,,,.',
after 'em aod ship 'em to "SHUBERT" as fast aa you get em '
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "SHUBERT" A TRIAL
SHIP  ALL VOUR  PURS   DIRECT TO
.A.. S�� . ���� H U _B E R.T>to
ME LARGEST HQUsT Iff THE  WORLD   DL^UMGexCLUSIVEiyil
NORTH  AMERICAN   RA V   FUR��
VANCOUVER       DEPT.  116     BRITISH  COLUMBIA
W.    DANN,   Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished
Drying Room      Dining Room
RATES,       $1 00      A      DA?
Baths
THE   BOOTLEGGERS
By Walt Mason
On furtive feet along the street in darkness they are going;
from stew and slum they bring the rum that keeps the boneyard
growing.   They make their rye of poisoned lye, of rough on rats
their brandy, and he who drinks is wise, methinks, to keep a coffin
hardy.   They fill their vats with old dead cats when  they would
make their mashes; and one small drink will put a gink in line for
dust and ashes.    They make their ^in of rusted tin and upas leaves
and granite, and he who sips curls up and skips from this our,
well known planet.    They make their  booze from  cast-off shoes j
brought in by vampires ghostly, and he who quaffs finds epitaph-*!
the goods he's needing mostly.    Ah, when you swig a bumper big
of bootleg rye or bourbon, your works will split, you'll throw a fit
no doc can put a curb on.    You'll bite the chairs and   fall   down
stairs and start a roughhouse gaudy, and when you're through tht
crowner true will sit upon your body.    Few, few escape the shroiu
and crape who drink the bootleg mixture, and with a spade men's
beds are made where headstones area fixture.    The bootleg knave*
are peddling graves,  they're selling bottled slaughter; on, then,
with me drink boneset tea, and pop, and milk, and water!
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER,   ALASKA
M. R. JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO  SALMON    HIVCR
Stewart Hand Laundry
SILK WORK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street      Mrs. Harris
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of I     rovements,
NOT! i:.
"Boundary." "Cabin," "Gni
"Grubstake, ' 'Lit ... "Intern*-
tional Fraction," 'Da ��� "Gr ,.'
mineral claims, sil lati ii the I'urUand
Canal mining :. sion of Catsis
dia trict.
Where locati d:   Oneasl li rkl astab
creek, Salmon R ve\ valli y.
Take   notii e   that   I.   P. S   I
of Stewai t, B.C., as ag<
Amos B. Trites, Pree ���> r's I ertifr
cate N i. I631H R ��� tl W h ���
Pn e Miner's ( i ;W.
R. Wilson, i !'���   A
Ll      C, and Pati        >..;������
Ce tifi ate
day   from I
tbe Mining R 'o
Improvi menl
taining a Cn
claimi .A
action, under -"        *������.
menced   befi re  tin
(', rtifieati   if Ii
Dated     this
A D. 1921
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
TOAST   TO   WATER
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvement..
NOTL I .
Polybaeite Fractional und Ag Fractional mineral claima, situate in tbe
Portland ( anal mining division of Caa- . Gray Cop]
���iar district. Where located: On south* mineral clain
east slope of Mount Dilworth. Canal    mini
ake notice that Dalby ll. Morkill. of  district.
MIf I R U. AC
Certifi ati      I
NOT1
I
:    I ���-
Comer Auto Transfer
and Jitney Service ....
BETWEEN STEWART
AND HYDER
DAY   AND   NIGHT
; Stewart, B.C, acting  as agent for Sil-
"Mr. Toastmaster. Ladies and! glide down the mountain sides in fiSrttJSE^^
Gentlemen:    You have asked me tiny rivulets with  the music of i sl,xtv 'lays from the date hereof, toap-
: ply to the Mining Recorder   for  a  ( er-
to   respond   to   the   last   toast, liquid silver; I have seen it in thej lificate of Improvements, for the pur-
,,,. , ., i   , , . . .      . ,      pose of obtaining a ( rown (Irani of the
Water, the purest and best ot rushing rivers ripping over peb-
all the things that God created, bly bottoms, purring about little
I want to say to you that 1 have stones, roaring over precipitous
seen it glisten in tiny teardrops falls in its mad rush to join the
on the sleeping lids of infancy; I j mighty Father of waters and in
have see it trickle down the! the mighU Father of Waters I
blushing cheeks of youth, and go have seen it go in slow and main rushing torrents down the jestic sweep to join the OOMB,
wrinkled cheeks of age.    1
ahove claims. And further take notice
thai action, under section ho, must be
commenced before tbe issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Dated    this   loth   day   of    August,
A.D. 1921. 12
MINKRAI.   ACL
Certilicate of Improvement,
NOTICK
Lakeshore mineral claim,  situate   in
the Portland Canal mining division of
Where located:
Upper Bear rivet
real Gli eier, Beai
Take notice l
Free Miners'
Slewi.lt.  i:   i
bs agent for Gi
Free Miner-    i
Josepe A. Sfl
tificate No.   Kfi
M
1
-
i,    Free
.'.,",'!''.     ���
date beret
Recorder   forH
menu,   for thi
. Crowi   G
And furthei I
under  ectio
b< fore thi
of [mi ���
Dated   thin   '���
\ I  -
('���arage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
Tel. | long    1 short
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWAKT,     -   -    ���     B. C.
Wm.   FRASER
BuildingContractor
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
1      iar diritrict.   Wharf located:   At
lave  And 1 have seen it in the mighty  ***** "���' ���:a'-t f,,r-< oi Cascade t reek,
Salmon river valley.
seen it in tiny  dewdrops on  the ocean,   on   whose   broad bosom     Take notice tbat Dalby B.Morkill, of  s'''"'"
and   leaves of float the battleships of all nations \ A^^!i JcU.r^-w iTto^&r.lfl'
���-.-I    cate No.   46924C,   Intend,   Kixtv  days ,-t  ,      .... ,,t I
'! from the date hereof,   to   .ipj.lv   to the
monds   when   the morning sun ladies and gentlemen, 1 want |oI sstfniitfi Reorder for * Certificate of
Improvements, for the purpoae of ob-
blades  of  grass
IL COMER, Manager trees, Hashing like polished din- and commerce of the world
M 11 11
*
b, I IM |'l < >- ��   Mlt   I .1 M. I    -ne   l.uilione     oi     iiii ������-	
tirst in  resplendent glory  o er say to you now that as a beverage taining a  Crown Qrant  ofthe above Light No- -
the eastern hills.    1 have MM it it is a failure." :'/"'���   A'l'1  f,,hL'rJ*kv  :'"J"'' ,l,:" "���""
action, under section So, mustfbe con Light No
CRAWFORD   TRANSFER
I-OR   TEAMS,   IADOU
ANU   PACK    HOMML
WOOD   AND   COAL
STEWART, B. ' W.   J    CJUWPQHl)   Mmmm
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calsmity may happen U- you tomorrow. Vmi may ilie, l.e burnt out, or
i - ome an invalid foi life. Have y.,u made any provision a^ainM this? If not.
do il "ow. You cannot afford Ut wail another minut.. Let one ofthe following
large companies carry Ihe risk:
QUA10UN flBI INSURANCE 00.        QUEEN EIRE INSURANCE 00
NATIONAL  Filth   INSURANCE 00
NORTHERN    FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    to,   *
PACIFIC   MAklNK   INSURANCE CO
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   00.,   rolt   KICK   "It   ACCIDENT
menced  before   the  Issuer in  of ��urh "Sniti"'
Certificate of Improvementa. Light Ni
Dated   this   10th   ilay   of   August, tion," Northeri
A D   (Ml. 11 "Wi   dl
  -Kit'     i ��� ���
MINIMAL a<i
I
ACT.
(  eltlticale of Improvement-,.
NOTICE
reseda    Fractional Mineral   claim,
attuatein   ihe   Portland Canal  mining
division of Caeaias district.
II. W. IM. ROLSTON, Agent
N..Ury PuhHl STKWART
Divi  ���
When
.Teek, Balnn
TARE NDTH '
of  St. warl    I
Where located    Ko-i   toik  Cascade   for CharUa I-
< reek, Salmon River Valle) tiftcat* '
Take nonce that i   Daly   li.   Morkill,   Pree Mil'**'
joftJtowart. B. C., aciing an agent foi   i ! i	
. the B.C Ulver Minee, Limited  N.P.I... ��� l
free min-rs'certilicate No.   B0337C,   in    Pre.
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; taming  a   Crown   (iiant   ol   lie-   at*
claim. Cm
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Datnl ll,., li.th  day of   July,  AD I

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