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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
VOL! POSTED OX THE
pFYELOPM-iXT OF THE
MINES -$5.00 THE YEAR.
Devoted to  ths Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Colttmb
SEND TIUS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
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VOL. 5, NO. 4
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   13,  1923
$5 TIIE  YEAR
"5.
ORD OFFICE
OWS SHGREASE
While 1922 Broke All Past
Records, This Year Promises an Increase in Business of 100 Per Cent
WILL LIGHT
FIFTH STREET
Busintss in the office of J P.
Scarlett, mining recorder for
this section, indicates that there
Dan Livingston,    an  oldtime     Bobby Kerr left on the Prince
Plan Adopted to Make the'C��ast el<ipper'   arr-ved  Sunday Ceorge Sunday for a trip outside.
���    .                                      ' j from Rupert. J. H. LePage, optometrist and
business bection Brighter j   Congtable Scariett maae a trip optician, of Prince Rupert,   is in
Address Heard by Expert J to Rupert this week   in  connec- town for this week.
_=..  c���   u        n *.���    j           ; tion with court mattess. Mrs. Hugo Stratford   and her
on Sanitary Subjects 4.      .,    .    .   , ^ _
Major North,  superintendent mother, Mrs. Lewis, left Sunday
of the B. 0. Silver, was in   town f"-' a short visit in Vancouver,
on business Tuesday. E. W. Hinckley has   been   ap-
Bill Hutchinson  returned   on Pointed  immigration    inspector
LET CONTRACT    BUSINESS MAN
ON ROAO WORK   SEES PROGRESS
The lighting of Fifth street
was the main topic of discussion
at a special general meeting of
t:,.nigh 1922 showed the largest i recommended by the president
v.iiume of business since the in-! was adopted, whereby lights will
c ption of the  camp,   including be placed at the intersections of
will be at least 100 per cent   in-1 the   Citizens'   Association   held the Anyox from   Anyox,   where '���*- Hyder, and taken up his duties
c  ase this year over  last,  even | last Friday night,   and   a  plan i he has been for several months. J. Frank Breeze,   who has the
Alex Frazer left on the Prince L & L bonded,   returned Sunday
John for a business trip to   Ru- from a   sho!t   business  trip   to
pert.    He expects to  return   to- ' a-'-couver,
morrow. Those having horses to   enter
Simon Gunano it, who brought in the Dominion Day  races  are
his winter's catch   of   furs  to requested to notify the  cornmit-
Stewart,    left   Sunday   for  his '-J as soon as possible,
horn" in Hazelton. Tim Williams has gone  across
tin-' 1910 boom, when there were
Victoria, Columbia and  Bright-
si m ' 5000 people here. Last j well, to be paid for by the busi-
year'a report of the   Minister of ness men at a rate of 8f> cents
; .*s gives statistics for Stew- per month each, the Association
ai t as follows: to pay for the installation.
Free miners' certificates (in- j Henry Avison, sanitary officer
<*'��� i(liial) 335- ! stationed at South  Fort George,
Free miners certificates (com-! m:uje an interesting and instruc-
P ny) 5. | tive address on sanitary matters
Free miners certificate   (spe- pertinent to conditions 1n Stew-
Message From Victoria
Gives Names of Successful Bidder but Oontains
No Other Information
O. M. Watson is the successful bidder for the contract
on the Stewart-Hyder road,
according to a message received today by the News
from the Deputy Minister of
Public Works. No details
are contained in the wire,
only the bare announcement.
Old Timer of Hyder Visits
Camps Up the Salmon and
Is Much Impressed by
Increased Development
One of the News reporters had
an interesting conversation Wednesday night with a Hyder business man who has been in the
camp since the inception of the
second boom. "It is an inspiration," he said, "to go up the
Salmoji valley now after not
visiting it for a matter of two
years. The improvements and
evidences of determined and
scientific investigation  of their
Road Crews Out
Road crews are out trying their
best with the limited   appropri-, propertieg by ownerg   md  bon.
E. J. Conway,   field   engineer *-*- Meziadin lake as  foreman   of i atior,s Prided by  the   govern- j dm jg a revelation_    Where two
for the Granby company, arrived the government crew, who   are ment to belp  mmiaK operators j yearg agQ abf)Ut the Qnjy p[ace Q-
yesterday on tbe Anyox   for   a repairing the fish ladder
little look around.
J. Frank Breeze has sent   up a
and prospectors to develop their
properties and ship ore.    Up the
i 2.
Mineral claims recorded 458.
1 )ertificstSS of work issued 619
Bills of sale etc. recorded 193.
Certificates  of    improvement i
recorded 18.
Filings 01.
A1.    lonmer Is 1.
Revenue 	
Free miners certificates $2.045.25.        Fish Relief Starts
Mining; receipts, general, 8875.20     pre<j Young returned Wednes-
r sources. 833.00. ,}.iy f,.oni Meziadin lake with his
Total, $9,753.45. ; pack train after   taking   in   the
art, and his suggestions will he
invaluable when this question
becomes a live issue, which it
must shortly do.
W. R. Tooth. P. S. Jack, and
H. P. Gibson were chosen as a
committee to take charge of the
Dominion Day celebration.
The building on   Fifth   street crt-w to fix the trail t0 -**e L & -*
���amp and do what repair  work j
to the trail as may be necessary, j
Ernie  Armstrong,     who   has
Bear is a handful  of  men,   and
'.vest of Victoria, formerly occupied by H. C. Magee, has been
converted into a Moose hall.
The Prince John arrived Tuesday  evening  with   W. J. Crawford and and 22 head   of   horses.-We toattendto   his  Weighting
which he purchased in Edmonton | business.
From Fifth street to the Sour     A buildin* owned
Dough Club on  Columbia,  a 12-
foot sidewalk is  being built,   to
I   is year already   ten  compa-
govemment    crew    to   recon-
niea   have   taken   out   licences   struct the fish ladder,   which   is
' ibla the number of last   year,   said to be in such a state of   die-
awl the individual permits are repair that the salmon have ps-
keeping   pue.     There    are    a! titioned the   government for re-
tmber  of   companies  owning j lief.   The fish, li*e humans, are
'aims who are not required toi becoming modernised.  Forages,
hive licences, and also some syn- perhaps  aeons,    their  preg-eni-
dic ites who are operating under tors have been   going  into  the
I  '(dual permits. j ,ake without the aid of a   ladder
Figosss are supposed to make|or even crutches, but  not   now.
dry  reading, but Mr.   Scarlett's Since the paleface showed   them
1 tits ''una! it .t ��� the |, st business I an easier way thej want the ad-
baronetac of the district, aud  a  vantage.
anee through them  fills  even
the cursory observer with opii
mism u<.d enthusiasm.
replace the one of the  vintage
of 1910.
Mrs. Henry Rochefort. nurse
in the Stewart hospital, under*
.vent an operation Wednesday
from which she is rapidly recovering.
Bill Watson, who is contracting with Dune Mclsaac st the
Mobile, came down Monday night
to have a piece of Bteel extracted
from hi*; eye.
George Tolin. son of   Mr. and
' Mrs. \\. 11. Tolin, who has        n
attending   college   at   Olyn
Wash., returned Sundaj for the
interest, where anything was
going on, was the Premier; today
the hills resound with the sound
of blasting. You know," he
said, "you don't hear blasting
much in the big mines. The
shots are put off too far underground. When you hear the
dynamite going off it is a sign
that surface work is starting
which may lead  to  tlie opening
Tooth was moved Sundav   from'on July 2 instead of   the   tirst. j
the corner of Fifth and  Victoria because the first is Sundav.     In     1 was Particularly  interested
in   the   work   done on the Daly
down on the Georgia. Some have
also been sent up on the B;g
Missouri   trail.     Surveys   have
been  made   from   the  Premier
.een laid up for   some   time   on!       ,       ,    T   ,. .       T���oc.:������
iroad to the Indian mine, passing
account of an accident,   is again
by   W. R,
through the Premier Extension.
Dominion Day
This vear Dominion Day comes
to one of   his   lots   near   Ernie tin's town   ths   usual  program
Armstrong's residence. with some unusual and original |AUaka* Alaska Premier,     iver
Henry Avison. sanitary officer features, will be observed, and
for a number of towns along thei the main features may he read
G.T.P.. left Sunday for his, on Page 2 of this issue. The,1
home in South Fort George after �� bole story is not told there how-
spending a week visiting with ever, and the public is advised
his daughter. Mrs. M. K. Jamie- to watch the next two I
son. of Hyder. B. C. the News for  additional   facte
The Prince of Wale, left Hyder' regarding the  greatest   ol   this
I summer vacation.
Hyder WilUchbrate J. E,  Dooville,   who
Pourthof July   will  bs eels-\****9��*cWmt00 tha ' ,8(      '
hrated  in   Hvder   according   toM ** ******>*** *'*****    '       ,!
Mosquito Creek Ore        (ll(lllllu. sl;imianis.    Thara wil. -****** --**> Vai cou
A. W. P I,-Sueur, who is de   be all the regulation field sports ******** '���lopmanl
'���loping a group of claims on and races, with attractive pi
���I o,o iftek, came down thia and thsexeci t veoi ihe Com I
8ek with an interesting  bunch  cisl Association have figured out
of samaetl which be took   from,a number of novelty events inch
a1'east and  west   vein   un   the as no  human   swer   befet'i   wit-
h'o.ierty and  which   show   that nesssd*    Ths   tun   breaks   loose
acroas nine feet he has good mill- at 10 a.m. and will continue  all
���ng values.   This suiiiiium- hu will day.   Baseball, the second spasm
"P -ii up a north and south   vein for tat CaJt Warn WI* will rum
""Mingthaotha*isrisa und he mess*atgp.m,i withHydsraad
�� that by fall be will   havi   St.-wart crossing bl
I   lualiip, providing the
Bear river mail is pul   ;u   eun-li
lion for motor trucks.
at 3 p.m. for Ketchikan with thej
Hyder has,bad team. Harold
Blanton, who boxes Manilla tonight, and a capacity list of ball
and light fans from both towns
who ii ���,���>..I sh '��� the savages
of Ketchikan   v. hat   Hyder Day
town's eel ibratiens.    Suffice  to
say that,   given dt    ��� t v eal   er,
everyone in the district will have
ots of   fun  on   the   recn ation
grounds, and if old Jupe PI
gets nasty, some  means  ol   en-
i   in-
meani to that < illsge.
D ike Harris,   w ho   11 8|     his
lingers on the puis* of every live
teitainnieiit w i!
doors.
side, Cripple Creek and Premier
Extension, which I visited. The
last named property has had
wonders done on it in the short
time that the new holders have
taken charge. It looks to me as
though it would develop into a
big mine, although, you understand, I made only a superficial
examination and am going
mostly on the waj the work is
being carried on.
Let Ttinnrl Contract
S. G. Benson, manager for the
Adanac Com pan j of their property on Fish creek, tl is week
let ft I ! to   Mlcki \ Nash to
T. M. Reed,  district judge of
Fust Division in Alask.i   i
ii: Hydai h- si inn apolii stic
R <y c.  Ui gat, i        ....�� ���'     -ll ***
Brsadttm-H onofVsncou    iuneao by ��� spaclal governmaal
.. into '*--���
summer.
Stewart snd*Hyder  w
threegsmes tios year  i-
Col. Hiam baseball  troph)
the winnen of {-���>>  ,
ing poi sssion.   Tie
be  plsyed  on   Domin
July 4 and Labor 1'
Benn> I'.i iekson, U m I
Vines BeltTcrt ai I
tt\\ i ucsdai foi : I
rails) to du isss n
Cornel snd Vetersn   iii
ai*u to i laar the tra   to th
fus ii i un pan thi
..-,.,        *       B
eted In  tomsrn
ge (il  d�� |
IJfjht for Harbor
Captain Saunders, agent   for j drift 50 feet of sn adit tunnel on
mining camp in the  northwest. tl,, (|,,liaitnieni of marine and a vein which has b<  n partially
arrived Sundav  on  one of  I * t.,ic^   .iU,\  Engineer SUm- opened up bj  ps             ments
lerlodical visits,   H       li I of the department are here j and   work  is  now  in progress.
v ing ths  Sunrise  propertj   neat |n eaaasction with ths InsUila-  lhe  propertj   Ik      tl ivs   the
Usselton under lease,   and  .x- tjonofg harbor light which is Lucky Boy group, between it ind
asets to maks a i          iaiship being pkiced in the chsnnelsbout ths Bay View on ti     i   I
intntoi high  gr   i        sr-lead ,.���.,.,. ,i���.,                       ,dary sule ut-  tna  |mei   .,, ,t
i',,; Mi.    \'.            & ihowingi are i                 . ring,
Dolby B. Morkill, P. IS, ar- Lawrssx                                    rhei                     posed cl
rived from  Vs             Sunday, for ths founds           the light, of Vlotorrs cspitslists.
iseceaganii I         HI   Maiden, which will be ol   thi   ordinsrj
m B. C. lam                ofVaasau soasltjras. i                      ���<���      Tha Ci                k trsin
ir vet, and i  II  Dsvies, oi Victor requiring no sttenlioi fori              ,   .;                                idin
U   R, Id-i.l - Isj    lor a
ia.    Mi tdea sur-j
,,!    |          tl ,    .'. ti sal   '    iislrici      "' u  ,v<'"' "                                    ;              .-.
, dhai   . I   i i   nag ai '*** *to **- IwrUj '   Victorti                not                   ths
ihat now mil ing i all trails will les I I
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ing, of D PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART.   STftT,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   15,1923
H;  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
W.R. HULL
News Editor
mHSKR    OF    CANADIAN   .WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
H�� Portland Gassl News tt*8^$$m
many of these differences and their import.
It is rather remarkable, in these days
of "records," that some mining millionaire has not bequeathed a great sum to the
scientific enterprise of sinking a shaft as
deep as could be sunk. A sum sufficiently
large so that the interest would prosecute
the work indefinitely would be ideal. Such
a man would leave an appropriate, unique
and abiding monument to his name; and
one more original than could be had by
founding a library or university.
We are insatiable explorers. We have
explored the earth's surface and the skies
for science' sake; but we have not yet explored the inner earth for the sake of
science and scientific adventure.
Cdf clan's General Store
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER  YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.
Notices. 20 cents per line.
Reading
Special Position Display or Reading,  25 per cent-above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
EXPLORING THE EARTH'S CRUST
(Engineering & Mining Journal Press)
IT IS CLAIMED that the deepest hole
in the world is a diamond drill hole in the
Upper Silesia coal field-in that portion of
it which still belongs to Germany. The
depth of this hole is 7,350 ft. In Pennsylvania, near McDonald, a drill hole, or
"well," which is being sunk for oil, was
recently at a depth of 7,174 ft.
The deepest mine in the world, as has
been stated many times, is the St. John
del Rey, in Minas Geraes, in Brazil, which
has attained a vertical depth of 6,426 ft.
The Ooregum mine, in India, is 5,400 ft.
deep, vertically; and in South Africa there
are several shafts over 5,000 ft deep..
How deep is it possible to penetrate
the crust of the earth? Physicists and
geophysicists have made calculations,
which have so many possibilities for eiror
that they may after all be ranked as surmises. Van Hise estimated that at a depth
of 5.9 miles all openings would be closed
by rock flowage, so that the walls of a
shaft or other hole at this depth would
close by flowage; later Dr. Frank D.Adams
stated aa the result of experiments that
some openings could exist up to a depth of
11 miles.
The result of experiment, reaaon and
conjecture as to conditions of pressure and
temperature as distance downward from
the earth's surface is gained is quite unsatisfactory, being contradictory and insufficiently determined. Actual observation, if possible, would be far more reliable. Such observations in mines have
shown, for example, that there is no fixed
increment of temperature with depth, for
while the average increment is stated at 1
deg. F per 64 ft. in the Comstock and in
the Tonopah mines, both in Nevada* the
increment ia 1 deg. F per 33 ft. of depth.
These last are in regions of Tertiary vol
caaiam. As to pressure in depth, actual
observation would certainly also show
great differences. Where the rocks Ue
horizontal and undisturbed, observation
would show little mora than gravity pree-
aura to reckon with; hut In regions of folding, faulting and intrusion ike atrains are
probably atili unbalanced, and openings
wtmid be crushed shut, even If not flowed
shut, (ar more rapidly IsTaa in the former
rase. Existing dsep ***** shafts in various part* of the coasuky afaed Um gsu-,
July 2
Dominion
Day
Celebration
Programme
9 a.m. Grand Kalathumpian Parade forms at
Crawford Barn
9:30 a.m. Parade starts under marshalship of
H. P. Gibson. By way of Brightwell, 9th, Columbia and 5th, finishing at ball ground
10 a.m.    RACES
25 yds   boys under 9
25 yds   girls under 9
50 yds   boys under 15
50 yds   girls under 15
Three-legged race
50 yds   married women's race
50 yds   fat men's race
Egg and spoon race
Obstacle race
GROCERIES
Let us serve your next order.
HARDWARE
Many useful lines st worth while savings,
DOLL   UP
Bargains for men who are going to paint.
...GOOD   SERVICE  WITH  A   SMILE...
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
TOURIST ROOMS NOW OPEN
Rooms to rent by day, week, or month.   Suites if required.
Special Monthly Rates
MRS. J. YOHN, Proprietor      ....      STEWART,   B. C.
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,  ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under tho Laws of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid  on  Savings   Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds'Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.   D. LINDEBORG, Vlce-Pres.   IRENI HALL. Treaa.
Hyder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HVDER
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
1:30
AFTERNOON
horse race, ladies
" "   " " gentlemen
Greasy pole contest
3 p.m.    Baseball-Hvder vs Stewart. First of the
series for the Col. Hiam Challenge Cup.
Tug of war���Hyder vs Stewart ���
Relay race
Football
Prizes snnounced later
9:30 p.m.   Dance at Hotel Stewart
FIREvVORKS
You will enjoy your meals and save doctors' bills
if you eat at the
-Exchange Grill-
'JAKE'S   CAFE."
Poods Well Cooked AND J^KvlhY
SERVED
BREAD        LARGE   LOAF        20c
Baked in scrupulously clean ovena by expert bakers
"IF IT'S BREAD, IT'S JAKE'S"
SOLE   AGENT   FOR
PURITY   FLOUR
DALBY B. MORKILL
���WNIKG 8URVBYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART. B. C.
ERIC C. CAMERON
Wireman & Electricisa
Stewart,   ...   b. c.
The Flour that makes the Millers' Trufct Jealous.
The Committee wsnt as Many decorated and
representative floats as possible.
W. R. Tooth, Chairman
H. P. Gibson
P. S. Jack
Committee
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet  Pickles   Sauerkraut.   Dills  snd   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
CANADIAN CANNED GOODS
Orown, I'atkaS, ai< Canned in British Co��-
umhia. CkmhU that g<i straight from lhe tattn
to Unrein,, reU.iiii.g* their flavor and excellent*.
HARDWARE      DEPARTMENT
Without iving, without any of ths "tricks of
Ue trade, ' we are (-repaitd to <|UoU pricos
that will eiuprts* you.    We ran oufflt  MflkJM
v*Ht:y & Wilson
���     -    STKWAKT
SMITH BI.ih K
SSS���SSSSSI     II       ,
DR. ALFRED H.  BAYRG
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE Kir Km
HELGERSON     BLOCK
A.   ANDERSON
Cobbler and Shoemaker
Stewart.  B. C.
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN and surckon
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER.      .       -       .       ALASKA
DR.  C. C. CARTER
DENTIST
Hyder, Alaska.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in  northern
british columbia
II.  a ROCHESTER. Manaicrr
European Plan $1.50 per day up
��,     h***zh af   ,
land M tfn:n\"cjni$
acre; second-t-l&as la
Hratmum   pries   of   first class   )met
rHucid  lo |lu u
41 M ar, acre
Pre-emption now confined to .tu-
veyed laj-da only
Uecorde wm be grunted cot-t'*h .inly
Isnd suitable tm agrtcuKur*. v,t-.-*m
sue whh-h Is sen-timber land
r-artnersbls lire-ecs-pUous . ��� ed.
but puttee ot not more than f>ur -nay
mneimm tor adfjaaent pre emi'Moos
with Joist r*��id��---a, but ee��*n -nuking
necessary Improvements en r*--��� ������-.
claims. gj
i-re-eanptose mast occupy eisitn�� for
five years and malts lmproren>r ��� io
value et tit) par acre, lueiudine . loving- arid cultivation ot at least 1 ~ it*.
before receiving Crown Grnnt
Where pre-sinptur In occupation not
less than I year*, and |ise mad* *.ro-
purttotisMe Improvements, he nu) !-���
(suae oi III-health, nt other cause, bs
granted Intermediate oertlSun* f uu-
l-r^veeasn- and trsosfe*  tals elaln
Baeorde without permanent reei-
denen may be Issued. provided appU-
cant maaos Improvements to eatenl of
fees per annum and records* asm.  .
year. Failure te nuke liuurwtt
er record same will operate it* for*
f allure Title oaaout be .ihtain*.i In
lens than s yearn, and tnarevsmei La
of ilOee per acre, including 5 i *
clearMl uai* cultivated, ami rs*idun. o
ef_at meet t ymmra are required      S
Pre-emjiiar holding Crewn t< t
mav reo-are) another pre-emotion if l.��
requires laud In conjunction -vim *
farm, without actual ooouputlun .
vided statutory Improvements mads
and residence maintained ou ���: ������
granted land
17 naur veyed  areas,   not esoeedmg W
aeres,   niay   be   leaned   as   bunuu-i I r��.
tills to be obtained after fulililn .  rt ��l
dahlia! and bnproveineiit conditio) .
'or araalisj and  Industrial  put ���>���������**
areas   e-toeedina*   ���*���   aoree   iu.n    I*
leased by one person or cunipmt
factory
Mill,
rial  sits*  os
.   factory   or   Industrie.
timber land   not   earaodlng    to   acre*
may be purchaaad;  cundilious in.   . '.
payment of siuinpae-e
Natural   bar   meadows   Ins. . ���
by existing  roads  may   be  puft I
conditional upon construct iuu ../ �� i t J
to tlism     IItbale of one-half   ./
road,  not   sxieeding  half  uf  purui.*.*
prloe, Is made. _,
nrtaiMPTuHS'    rnaa    una ���.
��� ACT.
Ills scope of this Act Is enlarge.) IS
Inuluds  SS, iw-wia   lo|itiiv   and
li<S  with  His  Majerly's  Turves
'.line within which Use heirs ui d��-.      ��
er  a  de-oneed  pre-emuior   u.��
for   title   under   ihla   Act   Is   estsi
from for   one year from  ths dun
such   iHNMan.   as   foimerly.   antn
year after th�� oonc u,oen of it,* pit
war.    This prlvUs-a* la also ma
try*. q��e
Wo fees ielating |��� ^ ,. ..,,.,
due  or   payable   by   gohtlMs  ur    i
smpitaMse rwue-rded after June M
***** ape remitted for b\* >���* ���
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i runl, dn. sad bean paid aim * i -���
I.   I-'JI.   ui��   acsouiit   .*r   pa> ineiiL* '
m t, tarn on sstdlats   Bfw.enipil��
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fron.
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Pounders and Original Owners j
��/HTEWAUT  TOWNSITE. .
Real
Hv.aii opricK
l�� PeiaUrtOA Bka-k,     -   VKTiHtlA, B. C
km****   Mines
HOBkM   k"krt��P/AHT.
Financial Agent*
t'resiitent
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iu   1*1.    l.t^d o PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   15, 1923
BEAT YOUR WI
You might be able to, or again you might not
BUT   2   BEAT
Our    Prices    we   Defy You.
| DR. GEORGE HANSON
STARTS OPERATIONS
Groceries
MEN'S
WEAR
Hardware
Business was never better, as we have the goods
and you know our reputation for quality.
L. S. WHITTAKER - -STEWART
Dr. George Hanson, associate
geologist of the Federal Department of Minea. ana* head of the
reconnaissance party sent out by
that department to investigate
the mineral resources of the district between Stewart and Terrace. He started in at Aiyansh
on the Naas river, and an over-
BREAD CAKE
SPECIAL ORDERS TAKEN
LIGHT   LUNCHES
ICE CREAM
STEWART   BAKERY
CAMPBELL & DUKE       ....
PASTRY
FRESH MILK
SOFT DRINKS
Proprietors
mation useful to the mining industry generally. One of the
special objects is to investigate
arsenic deposits in an endeavor
to locate a commercial supply of
arsenic, of which there is at the
present time a shortage in North
America. Some arsenic deposits
near Hazelton, Dr. Hanson said,
would bs investigated by his
party this summer. Another
work of the survey is to  collect
ores from successful mines  rep-
land trip will be made from there j reSentatiye of the districts  for
into the Kitsumkalum valley and i the Federal geological  museum
Terraee.   After that  the  party at Ottawa,
will go to Alice Arm for a brief "
ROOMS
Proprietor
** NEWELL
W.   L.   NEWELL,
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Con
nection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.
Rooms, $1    PER   DAY
t.me and Anyox will also be vis-;
ited.   Then Stewart will be vis-j
ited, and about September  the
party will go  to  Hazelton  and |
perhaps also  into the   Bulkley
valley.   The belt to be traversed
is approximately 150 miles long
and 20 miles wide.
Explaining the object  of  his,
work, Dr. Hanson said the idea
is to get as much geological
formation about the  mines
the district as possible.     Then
Solo Tables maps and memoirs are to be prepared which will aid prospectors
and operators and provide infor-
HYDER, B. C.
Lots for  Sale
Apply
Williams, Manson. Gonzales
& Taylor, Barristers etc.
Stewart, B. C.
ANNOUNCEMENT
A   QUALITY   ATTAINED
A QUALITY MAINTAINED
ORDER   THAT
SUIT
NOW
20th  Century  Clothing
HAS   A   REPUTATION
H
SMITH   BLOCK
STEWART, B. C.
The Stewart Public Utilities
in- Company, Limited, formed for
and tne purpose of supplying electric
light, power, telephone and water to the town of Stewart has
acquired the assets ot the Stewart Portland Canal Light, Water
and Power Company, as assigned
by such company to its creditors,
PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA and have commenced operations,
supplying light at the following
rates per month:
Twenty-five watts, 75 cents.
Forty watts, $1.20.
Sixty watts, $1.80.
One hundred watts, $3.
Over 500 watts,   special rates.
Above rates are for Tungsten
We have just opened our Restaurant in  the North ���rn
Rooms, Stewart, sad hsTS Mined it the
GOOD   EATS   CAFE
A name implying a
intend to
DAVE   JOINVILLE,
reputation which
live up to.
we
PROPRIETOR
COAL
$16
PER  TON
"IT'S   A   BLACK   BUSINESS
BUT   WE   TREAT   YOU   WHITE"
LAWRENCE ti WORKMAN
OR   FRED   YOUNG
RENOVATED AND NOW OPEN  FOR BUSINESS
HYDER HOTEL S
Under management MRS. DELLA LYTLE
BENSON'S   PLACE
CIGARS
TOBACCOS
SOFT
DRINKS
Highest Grade    Nuff Sed
HYDER,  B. C.
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS
WATER RIGHTS BRANCH
CERTIFICATE OF APPROVAL
THE   LEADING   CAFE
KING   EDWARD
The continued success of our business is due to the high
standard of service and quality, which is our motto.
Don't fail to try our 50e MERCHANTS' LUNCH.
THE  BEST   Bread,   Home Made  Pies, and Cakes
CM!       IM!       ASK    MOTHER!
J. S. STICKNEY
PROPRIETOR
1. WHEREAS the INTERNATIONAL ELECTRIC COMPANY, LIMITED
is a Company incorporated under the
"Companies Act, 1921," its objects and
powers as set out in its Certificate of
Incorporation published in the British filament lamps
Columbia Gazette of 12th October, 1922,
at page 3229, extending to and including the construction or operation of
works for the supply or utilization of
wa er.
2. AND WHEREAS the said Company did on the 11th day of December,
1922. apply for a licence to divert and
use five (5) cubic feet of water a second from Barney's Gulch, a tributary
of Bear River. In the Prince Rupert
Water District, for power purpose,
3. AND WHEREAS the said Company has, after due notice by petition
filed the 2nd day of February, 1923, petitioned for the approval of its undertaking,
4. AND WHEREAS the period within which objections to the said petition
could be filed has expired and no objections have been filed,
5. AND  WHEREAS   the  estimated
Crawford   Transfer  Company
GENERAL   FREIGHTERS
GOOD SADDLE AND PACK HORSES
COAL POWDER
ACETYLENE WELDING     GENERAL BLACKSM1THING
STEWART, B. C.
HYDER, ALASKA
MAIL   CONTRACT
the
STEWART MEAT MARKETK MST
Full line of Shamrock Hams and Bacons. Sweet Pickles. Sauerkraut and Dili*. Fr. sh Fish, lieef, Mutton, Fork, und Poultry
kept in our own cold storage.
P.   BURNS   &
CO.
We have moved into our new DffsssSMI and invite
you tn call ami inspect
TRY   OIK   ICI   (REAM
HKST   <��N    MARK hi
STEWART NEWS COMPANY
li    ��,   GIBSON,   CSOBlfTOI
TRAVERSY   BROS.
Stewart Faint Shop Sign*
Painting       Paper Hanging
OTTAWA   .JUlLUlNCi FOURTH HTKl.i
I cost of the proposed works is $10,i'00.00
I and the authorized capital of  (he  Company 1100,000.00, of which $25,000 has
I been subscribed and $2,500 naid up,
8. THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the
J propoaed undertaking of the Internat-
! ional Electric Company, Limited, as
pet out in its said petition (in .so far as
the undertaking relates to th<* diversion, carriage and use of water for the
generation of power and the transmission, sale, barter and exchange of the
power generated from such water) is
hereby approved subject to the term!
and   conditions   of the   "Water  Act,
1914," and IO the   following   additional
terms and conditions:
7. Any licence or licences which may
be hereafter issued in reaped i I the
said application shall, notwithstanding
the issue of this Certilicate; be subject
to readjustment by the Board of Invea*
ligation.
8. No licence and no authorisation to
make surveys in pursuance of th.' -aid
application shall iftue until at least
$10,000 of the capital of the Company
is actually paid up in cash.
9. The construction of w.irks for the
diversion, carriage and use of the vs I ie
of the water auplied for shall be com-
menced on or before the tirst day of
September, 1923 and shall be completes!
and the works in actual operation ol
before the first day of SeptemU i   1924,
10. The territory within which tfcf
Company inav exercise its powers, in
so far as the same relate to the undertaking hereby approved, -'hell ��� the
lands in the Province of British Col .m-
bta lyiua within a radius of thn-i miles,
trutn tin.' post office in the t ��� ��� M
Stewart in tbe Count} of Allin.
11    Tha tei ms uf any lieoote
rem which may h< leafier he Usui i   hi
respect of the said application   shall be
ntl\ years.
1 His t KK'llHr.VI'K   ihsl in
any wa) be deem< >l Ul l>��  an   ap|      ��� al
of the plans al any   works   covi   i      Mf
the proposed undertaking* or lu *l*
tin-   iiiiisiiui nun   "f  an)     iek
works, but shall have thi ���') ��'
nines ta issued und. i ths provision*-of section 81 of Us Watei Act,
i'j|4. r a.|u shall !<��� nd-J"-'' t" ��*-��
pruu..
Hatsd st  Victoria    B,   '   ,   ��������������  ��������
day uf Im
li   i'slullu
MlillsUl of 1 mi.ilt
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
Postmaster General, will be received at Ottswa until noon, on Friday,
the 22nd June, 1923, for the conveyance
His Mojesty's Mails, on a proposed
contract for four years, twice per week
on the route between Stewart and
Steamer wharf, from the 1-t October
naxt.
Printed notices containing further information as to conditions of proposed
contract may be seen and blank forms
of Tender may be obtained at the Post
Office of Stewart, B. C, and at the
office of the District Superintendent of
Postal Service.
.1. F. MURRAY,
District Superintendent.
District  Superintendent's  Office,   11th |
day  of  May, l'J23  Vancouver, B. C
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.      Raths.      All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and u
W.   II.   TOLIN,
Manager
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
X Fracttional, XX Fractional. Vancouver. Vancouver No. 1. Vancouver
No. 2, Vancouver No, 3, Kuby Silver,
Ruby Silver No. 1, Kuby Silver No. 2
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canal Mining Division of Cassiar District. Where located: West of Cascade
creek. Salmon river valley.
Take notice that Reginald Symes,
Barrister, of Winch Building, Vancouver, B. C., acting as agent for
Premier Extension Gold Mining Com
pany, Limited, Free Minor's Certificate
No. 86294C, intend sixty days from
tbe 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 n>, must be com
menced    before   the   issuance   of such
Certilicate of Improvements,
Dated this seventh day of April
A.D. 1928. ���'
]
MINERAL Al I
Certificate of Improvement!)
NOTN I
Jean liuiierai   claim,   situated   la  the
Portland    Canal   Mining   Division of;
Case-iai ' i ict,    Wl.i ��� ��� d;     In
Salmon rivei valley, adjoining on east j
of B   17 Silver Mine.-,, Ltd.
lake   notice   that   I.   Dalby B. M��r-
kit), of   Stewart,    ti, I      Free Miner's
(���iiiiicaU        No.       MtftioC,       intend,
���islV  days   from   the   date   hereof,   to
apply U t*�� MiaWtg- Recuider fur a Cvr
lilies te ul lra-SBBSVeintuts, fur   the   pur  ,
puss   ut   oblsSShtg   a    (rown     iii,.nl
uf   t)>e   shove   Malms,    And   furthar
Lake     notice     Shit     action,     under |
section 86, must be earning n    I befon
llu   issuance of such Certifn ate of im
| i    .. meliLS
Dated   thia    U'lh   day    ol    Msreh,
A |i i*21
DID YOU  THINK
What the smoke-filled valleys
meant to you last year?
What the timber charred, burned
and blackened means to YOUR
future ?
That the wages paid last year for
thc tie crop along the Grand
Trunk was approximately $383,-
000?
That the forest will remain a source
of revenue to you if kept green?
Then be careful with tires. Do not
destroy your own livelihood.
PREVENT FOREST FIRES-IT PAYS -
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   JUNE   15,1923
���
���-
WE  SUPPLY  A .  .
LONG FELT WANT
Building Supplies-.of all kinds. Doors, Windows,
Glass, Finished Lumber, Hinges, Locks. Paper.
Nails, Cement, Brick, Paints, Varnishes. See our
BRICK VENEER before you build. Orders
taken for MINING SUPPLIES in any quantity.
D. W.  McLEMAN   ....
Ryan Building, - STEWART
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER - B. C*
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
AU Modern Conveniences���Baths, Electric Light
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos, Peterson Pipes
BALL AND BANQUET ROOM IN CONNECTION
Catering to Large and Small Parties.
MRS. FLORENCE SMITH, Manager Tel.-l Long
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,   Proprietor
Steam Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room      Dining Room
FIFTH   STREET STEWART
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $76,542,203-
Lode Gold, $109,647,661; Silver. $59.8l4;266, Lead. $51,810,891;
Copper, $170,723,242; Zinc, $24,625,839; Coal and Coke. $238,-
289,565; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $36,605,942; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,358,839; making its Mineral Production to the end of
1922 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $734,259,619
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 189B,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,509,968; If or five years, 1906-1910, $125,-
634,474; for five years, 1911-1915, 1142,072,603;    for   five    years,
1915-1920,   $189,922,725;   1921.   $23,066,641:    for  the year 1922,
$35,158,843.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $339,280,940
Lode mining haB only been in progress for about 33 years,
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,
s'auare miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the feea
lower than those of any oth*r Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British F.inpire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal foes.
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.
Coast Steamship Service
LOCAL   NEWS
8. 8. PRINCE RUPERT or PRINCE GEORGE
Will sail from Stewart every Saturday at 12 noon for Prince
Rupert, Swan-tun Bay, Ocean Falls, Powell Kiver, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
8. S.   PRINCE   JOHN
Will aail tree* Prince Rupert for Vancouver via Queen Charlotte Island ports. June IJ. 27, July 11. 25. August 8, 22.
Passenger Train Service   1 rom Prince Rupert
DAILV, EXCEPT  SUNDAY,   st  8;0U p.m.,  FOR SMITHERS.
Princst Geuige, hlimontoa and Winnipeg, making direct
iuiiim'UiiM teg all pom la last and Kuulh.
Pur Atlantic Steamship sailings orfurther information, apply to
sny Cassdisn Nations! Agent, or t��* R, ��. McNetsgk***. Disirii
Pssssngei Ak'ent, Prises Rupert.
Lawrence, the Watchmaker.
Bob Reid, well known packer'
returned Sunday after an absense
of two years in California.
One of the most substantial
foundations in th�� district has
been finished by Alex Frazer for
his building in Hyder B. C.
Hugh A. Gillis, who was operated on May 17 for appendicitis,
has left the hospital but isn't
running any foot races yet.
Dr. H. A. Whillans, physician
and surgeon; consultations at office of Stewart General ospital,
10 to 11 a.m., and by appointment.
Hugo Stratford and family who
recently came down from the
Premier, have taken up their
residence in one of the residences
owned by Sir Donald Mann near
the railway depot.
Hyder has been changed from
a customs station to a port of entry. E. R. Stivers, who has been
in charge since the station was
established, will remain as deputy collector of customs.
Bob Kirkup, cousin of George
and Roy Clothier, arrived Sunday from Vancouver island and
expects to spend the greater part
of the summer here. He visited
Stewart three years ago.
"Red" Irwin, an oldtimer of
the district and partner of Bill
Murphy in the Pay Roll group,
and Doug Velie, well known in
these parts, came over from Ketchikan Sunday in Irwin's boat.
Lost--One black he-tom cat.
Has four legs, one on each
earner, and a tail, usually carried
upright like a hemlock tree.
Answeistothe name of kitty,
kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty, kitty,
kitty, repeated tenoro tremulo,
indefinitely. Reward if returned
intact to Peck MacSwain.
Messrs. E. Ward & B. Thomey
have gone into the theatrical business, and will present a high-
class performance, Sundnysonl-,
at 7 p.m. Their bills do not announce the location of the thee-
tre, but the price of admisbior,
(2 cents for kids only,) will be
an incentive for all kids to find
out. The question will now be
discussed: "At wh it age <os
one stop being a kid?"
Five mules which for several
weeks have been feasting on the
succulent grass that carpets the
tide lands fronting Stewart, put
up a circus exhibition for a large
audience of Stewart residents
and cheechakos Monday mernii g
but wera finally packed and sent
away to the Prince John. Tl.s
one loaded with windows arrived
at the camp but the others came
home minus their packs, and
Borne of them almost entirely
stripped of their rigging. Most
of the supplies scattered along
the trail can be salvaged.
PATHENA
LEAVES PRINCE RUPERT
For Stewart, at 6 p. m. every
Wednesday.
GROCERIES
DRY GOODS
LEAVES STEWART for Prince
Rupert at 6 p. m. every
Thursday.
LOT  FOR   SALE
At a bargain. Lot 30, Block 5,
in Hyder, B. C. Piled and approach built. See Tom Kollins,
Keith Hotel.
EDGAR. PROV1NSE
PORTLAND CANAL L0D6E
L. O. O. M. 1218
Meets every first and third Mondays, Stewart and Hyder.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
HYDER
ALASKA
H.  E.  HOOTEN
ELECTRICIAN
House Wiring a Specialty
Orders may be left with H. Zeffertt
H.
C.
BENNETT
AGENT   FOR
Phoenix London, Liverpool
and Globe   British American
Fire Insurance Co's.
STEWART        -       -        B. C.
Building Supplies, Roofing, Glass, Mining Supplies,
Powder, Caps, and Fuse
SHOES AND RUBBER  GOODS
HARDWARE
FURNITURE
CRESCENT
FURNISHED   ROOMS
HYDER,   -   B. C.
RATES, $1.     H. H. HICKS, Prop.
POOL I
You can pass a pleasant hour
PLAYING POOL
at the Hotel Stewart
Cigar Stand In Connection
PROGRESSIVENESS
IS THE POLICY. . .
of this Drug Store. You will
find here everything one would
expect in a City Pharmacy.
Our Prescription Department
is at your service.   -
PERFUMES
LATEST   ODORS
Stewart Drug Store
F. C. LAWRENCE
aiaU.  VI*   \t/.
{WALTH AM'
JEWELER
AND
OPTICIAN
American   Watches   at   Manufacturers' Price.
HYDER
ALASKA
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Opin 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B, C
SALMON   RIVER  STAGE   LINE
LKAVKK
FOR
HVDER
PREMIER   MINE
EVERY    DAY
10 a.m.
SPECIAL THIPS AND PARTY TRIPS AIIANiEl
tlujtte i Lung   t Short
KEI.IX ihl'l'l a W.  It.  McDONNKLj
WHEN   IN   PRINCE   RUPERT
STAY   AT THE
NEW KNOX  HOTEL
O.   BESNER.   Proprietor
Comfortable Rooms Best Meals in thc Cily
Family Style
INSURANCE
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FIRE WSURANi i  CO
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN    FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
BRITISH   CROWN   ASSURANCE   CORPORATION   iFIRK.
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE CO.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..   FOR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT
H
W.   M.   ROLSTON
NEWS   BLOCK,    -    STEWART
Use Your Money Like a Horse
MAKE IT WORK
THE  ONLY   WAY  TO  DO  THIS  IS TO  PLACE I
RIGHT-THAT IS WHAT THE  BANKS  DO
The Latest Opportunity Offered   You   is   the
WASHINGTON
SYNDICATE...
The more you investigate this the kietter you will like it.
Full information eg.. b�� supplied by ERNEST  BM '
and W. S. ORR, Hyder, or H. W. M. KOLSION. Stewarl
E.
ARMSTRONGCT
GKNKRAL....
FREIGHTER
TEAMS     PACK HORSES
STKWAKT,
H. ���'.
5ERVICK
FRED  DORK'*
Msnsger
TAXI
and
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BEItVI*
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