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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
'posted on  tiie
VO
iFVELOPMBNT OF THE
;���NKS-$5.00 THE YEAR,
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   APRIL   28,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
port of the hall committee, which[
was read by E. It. Workman,  as
follows:
Stewnrt. April 22, 1022.
Mr.   President   anel   Members  of   the
Stewnrt Citizens' Association:
We, the undersigned members of the
committee appointed at the last general
i meeting of this association for the pur-
.***���-��� * . _-   .j I pote ol  devising  ways  and  means  of
at SDt'Cial   MeetlD8""H-lII j financing and build |ng a  public,  enter
*l *" " ... 1 ts-inmi-nt h
BIO GATHERING
ADOPT REPORT
Action of Executive Upheld
W. R.  Macfarlane expects to
I leave   shortly   on  a  short trip
south.
Jake Hawkinson has made ex-
the   Ex
at npivi-                           .. talnment hall in Stewart, beg respect- tensive alterations   to
Committee Report Acted fuUy to aiibmit  herewith oar -bcom- change   grill,   includin
v"                         .      . mendauons for your consideration:       I         -
nn -Hospital   Meeting Finance-   the issuance of bonds am-1 floor
** oiinting to 150011, par value ?1, in blocks
TheCitizens' Association meet-
not less than 25, bearing interest at thi
rate of      par cent per annum.    Bonds
incvi...   ���jg_ I to be retired after the completion of th"
���-��� hnld in the Newell  building,   building at a cost of about $6000.     The
IDg held in me 11c   ~ e>. j ^^ q{ ^ bond�� ^j b(? decjdpd by
Saturday   evening,   Was   except-1 bondholders  names  being drawn   for.
- I We are confident that this scheme as
outlined by us will secure adequate funds
for the > rection and completion of  the
ionally well attended and several
new members were accepted.
After the reading and adoption of the   minutes of the pre-    ,-���--        ,,   ,
'" . promises ol two  lots,   Nos        .   block
viotis general meeting, the min-|       s D      , situated on the north-
.   .1 ��� ..;.,<* mooiiiirr' west   corner of  Sixth  and  Colombia,
Utes   Ot    the   executive  m^-'-K   ,iz,,s 70x*;���,), frnm   tha   department  of
. _ 1 ___t- _ _        I 1_ trta*tt.am.mmtm ..4       _     ��A_i   A<f   NaI  tHAA-
hall at snm of ahout KOfi).
Site -We have deeded it advisable
to secure lots in a central portion of tin
A Stewart philosopher states:
"Now that Russia and Germany
have   formed   an  alliance,   the
world is safe."    Pilgrim,  let us
'prey!
t"
The Pachena arrived from
Prince Rupert, Friday last, with
14 passengers.
Chicken  dinner at King Ed-
warrd   grill,    Sunday.     Green
g   a new | onion, lettuce, radish,  celery on
bill of fare.
The one hundred boxes of powder that was reported to have
arrived for the government, last
week, did not arrive until Tuesday evening.
Road Foreman Gecrge Ycung
The   Marmion   arrived   from
Anyox, Tuesday evening, with a | with a small crew of men, have
large shipment of powder for the | been busy during the past  week
the    dock
to secure lots in a central portion of the I '" ��" .     *������--��� ���
commnnity and to thisend have secured | Premier mine; al.so for the gov- making   repairs   to
of April 17 were read, wherein
the trouble between Secretary
Rush and the executive was officially made known to the general membership.
lands,   Victoria,   at a cost of not mooe
than $220.
Building -After thoroughly discus*
sinu; building plans we  wish   to recommend   a construction  plan as  follows:
The erection of a building', 40x80, which
^^j_________       will   comprise  dancing   and recreation
Co-incident   floor, built on strongest possible founds.
,    ,      i^^^^B>.i floor to be laid in latest   approved
With th*' reading of these minutes , mct|1(), fot dancing, and of  edge grain
trouble arose between the  presi-11'"-. ***** single with paper sufficient
.   . a   Ito protect  the  interior from  climatic
d*?nt and the secretary over the changes, and shingle roof.   The build-1
order of business, the secretary j �������������� ot this nature, including the cost of
,. .�� , lots, can easilv be constructed   for  tht
appealing to the general meeting I aum of j;!-,(l0; .,,���, wm adequately fill
against the ruling   of   the   chair; j 'he public wants in the near future" and j
... .       the revenue which we are confident we i
hut a   motion,    sustaining   the can aecan from thia buildin* will easily!
.^hair's ruling, was put  and   car-   furnish  the  additional  11600  fnraildi ,
,>  .. ., i  l.     ��� tions, such as waiting rooms. dree->i g
neii.    Before the real business r,)nU1, <Ux^ Bte _ thlls ta aghor1 tirTIP
ofthe evening  was   dealt   with  completing a hall which will meet all
,u . , _. .   , I the needs foi publ c entertainment  for
the secretary   read   a financial  S(,mt. )irm, ���, ,!���mo.
statement, shoving standing of i   The above is re^peciiull* s bmittcd
for your consideration.
Yours verv tn lv
11. P. GIBSON
eminent; nearly 1000 cases in all. j approach
There i$ a Small matter which ; The absence of crust on the
$ome of our $ub$criber$ have j snow this year, has ineon-
$eeminglv forgotten. To u$ it! venienced a large number ot
i$ nece$$arv in our bu$ine$$ , people who wished to take sup-
We are very mode$t and do not! plies into the hills, both lor pro-
wi$h to $i��eak of it. specting and for trapping.
Go to the Fire Department
dance tonight (Friday).
H. C Magee returned on the
Pachena, after spending the
winter in Vancouver. He states
that it is the intention of himself
and those associated with him
to do considerable work on their
Marmot river properties this
season.
A number of Stewart residents
are already getting their gardens
in shape for the coming of summer, and one or two have young
vegetables up in their hot beds.
H. C. Bennett, perhaps, is the
first to have young chickens
hatched out.
May Day (next Monday) hawthorn blossom time, is celebrated
in many parts of the world. On
that date a voung woman is
crowned with flowers at, the festival. Mrs. William Cameron of
Stewart is an ^x-May sovereign
of New Westminster.-
REPORTED ROAD
MARMOT RIVER
To Be Built by Department
Mines���Operators Taking
in Supplies���Section Will
Be Active This Summer
GREATEST SOLDIERS' BATTLE
the association finances up to
date. According to this statement tho association had on hand,
with all accounts paid, some $59.
All preliminaries having been
cleared away the president.  H.
E. R
W. .1
WORKMAN
CRAWFORD.
Following the reading of  thisj
report, P.  S,  .lack  moved, seconded ba W.   Broad, that it be
W.M Rolston. called B. Law- adopted, and further that the
, , i ,�� committee I"' permanent!! ap-
rence to the chair, and took the JJ��ted and that it be known as
floor, in order to lay he I ore th*- t- Stewart Citizens' Aasocia-
association the trouble that had tinn Poblic Hall committee, with
arisen between the executive and power to further increase Its
the secretary in connection with memberehip to a number���not ex-
,   ,    '        ...   , ,     ���  reeding seven,   with   lull  pnwei
several   ettaw  that  had  been ^uthority to proceed with the
written bj   the   latter   without Lnancjng and maintaining of said
authority; the secretary had ex- hall, aa aet out  in their recom-
pressed hia own peraoaal opinions mendationa   aubmitted   tn  thia
and wberew in buch way  as to meeting.   This motion was pul
cam, the idea that tiny  were "^XV'motinn makin8  pm
the opinions of ne anociation. v-8jon for the future eleci -I
Taeproaidentreviewed the who's fhia committee,   moved       P S.
fi      im   tha to nine ic me-.t, Jack, seconded by W.  J    i n��w-
andthen referred to the motions ford, wan put andcarried.   Meet-
Pausd in the exeeutive, accord- ing then adjourned,
to a hich   instructions   had
been given that letters be writ
ten, retracting four certain let
tors, written by the Mere tar)
���uhoul authority,   And furthei
11. P. Gibson, chairman ol the
boeuital   board,   then   looK  ih-
chatr and called a boapiia   meei
i,,g.   Aftar reading ol min-
utea of the   pr<   io
On April 22 to May 15, 1915, was fought one of
the greatest battles in the annals of British history.
The second battle of Ypres, when-in the First Cana-
adian Division, C. E. F., ��� mblazontd the name of
Canada upon the walls of fame, by holding tbe nitst
line, against overwhelming odds, until Bueh time as
sufficiept Imperials, many of whim were rushed up
straight from the traneports that had brought them
from England, pitched headlong into the hell of gas,
shell, and rifle fire that raged for days in front of
Ypres.
Seven years ago today, as the long lists of names
of those who were killed, and the horrors of the uas
ticked over the wiies spreading, as it were, a blanket
of gloom from the Atlantic to the Pacific, Canada
for the first time felt the real 'shock of war. A
writer in the Trail News says of the battle :
Imskrman long know i aa a "soldier's battle" - i eed be no
longer quoted us the best example of what simple soldier men
may do when leadership bj those appointed to that task has
in cone almost impossible.
At Inkerman eight thousand British troops faced fifty
thoouswtd grej clad Russia is, who cams upon them in the d.irk
hour before dawn and then fought t.> the death in a
fog, Officers could nol bi een or heard. Soldiers fought as
individuals and the British proved victorious.
At Langemarck I   ���       thousand I anadiana grappled with
s fierce 1) truceleut foe om hundred thousand strong, that followed fast on the out. i fringe of  a yellowish,  devilish fog of
(asfumes.   Menchi   sd     ��� died without firing a shot, but
who lived for ii un or days mads the  Hum pay
il. arly for thi ' he nun ol the I irsl I  .
|iiYiiiun climbed above I eat ng fumes that should have
! irne them face dow bottom ot thehr trenches to die
like  poisi   - '���'  from  before and behind tliei.
parapets, and when il o close quartei   a,.a,, preferred to
Residents, with an eye to
, beautv, have been busy this week
: with hammer, shovel and rake.
[on the ni<?h side of Fifth street
he.ween the postoffice and Mc-
Even's tobacco pnlace. Evprv-
S thing now looks likp th^ vouth
j of town���neat and beautiful.
i Betty Jack will celebrate her
ninth anniversary next Sunday.
Betty is one of Stewart's real
little ladies, and the News wishes
her many happy returns, and
hopes that her pathway through
the wilderness of coming years
will be paved with roses and no
thorn will lurk beneath her feet.
S. P. Fitzgerald came down
from the Independence group,
Bear river, Wednesday, and reports that work on the property,
owned by himself and brother,
is progressing very well indeed,
and to use Jack's description,
the work done since they went
up makes the property "look
like   a   'windjammer'   with full
! sail set. clearing out of the fog-
she is all there."    Fitzgerald had
some nice looking samples, taken
| from  some new   work done   on
zone No. 1.
Stewart Wins
Mining operations have started
on the Marmot this week; several
people  having already left for
their properties, and others preparing to do so.    All those having property in that section  are
very hopeful of the coming year,
as word has come from the south
recently  to   the effect that the
department   of   mines has promised to build during the coming
summer   the   long   looked    for
wagon read from the beach  up
to tbe fortes.    Such a road  will
be of great benefit to the whole
district as it will give tremendous
impetus to the  mining industry
in that section, where there are
a number of verv promising properties, the development of which
cannot but be reflected throughout the entire district.
Clay Porter and George Mehlfeld left for the Marmot on Wednesday, and will commence taking in their summer's supplies.
It is their intention to do considerable work on th^ir property
this season and to. if possihlp,
make a few shipments of high
j grade orp.
H. C. Magee left on Thursday,
I and fms started moving his sea-
| son's supplies in from the beach,
iin preparation for an extensive
[development program on the
Patricia group, in which he is in-
1 t-prpsted with Dr. McKechnie of
Vancouvpr.
Cporge Punn has a nice  pro-
nertv   up   near the head of the
south fork, also left during  the
'week, and has commenced  mov-
| intr in his supplies.
Alex Mclnnes, it is reported,
i<- also contemplating leaving
shortly for his property.
���   . nemy.
--......_,.,,,,,. /ii,-,       nun nu un i ,     llllr,    ill     ni*~      (...���-
t'ulin future M correspondence  which vmiv  adopted,
b. unt  out without either the tor* little * .c��w
 r.McuUveM.Uar.t   ^^'^-
kgatnat toaoe two rulina>I tt,rro  ,,���   the matron, Mn
'"utlie s-aietary  bad  insisted [ntominey, ii upon    ���
itppeal to tha general meet   matter ol  ke*P-'
rrhlch had been granted  by open In *�����}��"��.*��   J
the e
.lames   Neabil   I i
from  the   hi
[ale, looking verj
for in.- ii ip.
1 lie   ftral    motor   ears to run
\\.   Dann, proprietor ol   I
Stewart  hotel, hi ***  the
i   week ad led a   aai lUnd to tha
I..del.
The daw ford   11 ���' ifor eom-
��. whin, had been granted b> open m th;- .---....   *��� Theft. ' , Bxpwt anothor ���hipmeal
��� ���aaautiv-a.   After raviawingk^ . ^   /' -��� ��� ' ^" T **���     '   h*f-  the ,od oi l'"'
i    -rk   tha,  Seeretan   & tf Kffl ��. ' J^n
*^S��i��Pi��iw wayiand mT-oi ���"'^ U| , :i , , i.
the
Kii.ti
-Hret that thiatrouble had eome I open in tnt* l"ll"tJ
*\>i.i~ preM.ieni nai duwu,  ;.nd eluding tht
M|l^l,   tuuk the thior, and in a IntT. �����*���������*.
ihla  iiiai.iu-r titleiided his      .     . ,.  ,,     .. lril
ST; 'r ��� r*"" JSSS***-
***** I..*   had   tiuiahed   tn\. rul .������..,,���,,.,��� I-, ��,....��� ���
wmberatooh the i!������,   m  ��up*l
I*"!,d tha executive,  Anally  a
���XHion moved   hy   P.   S.   Jack,
��"'!---Hnied i.y U. P   Uibeon,
'ii��>i that thu action m
"�����''Uiv�� U eudur* l
"����i earn.
i i.i   then reaum   |
*>>* lutiiiiiiied th*.  re
lhe    |    C      \
purchaaed I
i I lilliellt Ul   I
bout
and '���  "'
,ight
The Premier tramline waa anut j   i.     eaLake,  who hai
downfortwooi thrt ,! ,p   the winter with Ins pareata oi
U-1 their in Manitoba, ratarned
un ii. I'aeie n.i. 11Idaj laat, Mr,
found conditions nol at all
I in I he sii ie-.. ul i :.������ prairies
thai I    in.
i ��� i |i     a the Pori
U aWttli 1
pro* incial poliei
I.  \    i
pa    .    -'i pai
inoth< i 'i- ���
, .tai fee
ing   the   pant    v  L
^rhouaaattbi   I
��� ghclubwt
nl.,-:  -
Psttanwn, apiune.
I
The debate between Stewart
and Hyder school children, a
feature of a very enjoyable
Hyder school concert, held in the
Pioneer hall, last Friday evening,
prove;! to be a subject of great
inlerest. The question, "He-
solved, That city life is more
beneficial than country life."
Dona Balch and Arthur Hall took
the affirmative for the Hyder
school, Muriel Crawford and
Kingaley McLeod, the negative
for  the   Stewart   school,     After
due consideration the judges derided in  favor  of  the  Stewart
children and awarded   the   prize
irdingly.
Small Hlaze
\h ait   l"   o'clock,    Monday
m.ii iiintf, I small iiiol' lire  broke
���al i" the chimney of the
I ouae on tbe oorner of Fifth and
Brightwi occupied bj
..nn Foreat,   lhe  eall  was
sent in and Un' lite first tune the
new    tin*   i Kttnguiahera   were
n oul: leu before an\ of the
(iineiit could be pul in
u-i- neighbors had  pul  tbe tire
uiil N ith bucketl nl v\ ater.    Etat
r ��� of shingiert were
burnt, hui othei v lee no damafe
in a nund thmg thai
the lire did, wad   that   ll   <���..     . .!
the fl pmi i.i  i"   i ���   ���
llHllle.1 Ol       ' IM     ���   'iHl-
bers tu he diati ibuted   and
) nut and limki il
Br,  dl        I Ofl .'..I.i ;
inttl     t lie   le. I
i    ,     , i. ���      , .  culled
twh   iii my   hroki n,   and   two
rOUld ii"t i o   ,
Premier Ore Shipments
During two weeks the Premier shipped about 4600 tons
of ore (high and low grade)
and concentrates, to Anyox
and Tacoma. Thus bringing
the total shipments from the
first of the year up to
approximately   23,700   tons.
Northern Cross Arrives
The Reverend Cai-on Rush-
brook arrived in port iast Sntur-
da> on In** mission boat, Northern Croat, for the purpose of
taking tl a servicea at St. Mark's
church, Sunday. Mr. Kush-
brook, on whom the preferment
i,as reri ni I.   inl n conferred of
canon, il well known thtoughout
the whole northern section of the
British Columbia coast, and
every where he goes finds many
friends, t )n his arrival heie he
received ��� great welceaM from
all the u'd tuners, many of whom
had nol si en him for several
years. As well as taking two
services    on    Sunday,    he    also
, i riatened  Mr. and Mrs-  C. O.
Knipple > daughter, and Mr. ai ii
Mrs. U- I   I lothier's wa, I
hbrook   left  for   Anyox   on
Tuesday.
Bei-oniiiiK frightened ���������
ing motor car, oi eof Craw ford's
!, i teams jumped evei  the
. :      ll.l     I     I |
-. juat  strnth
:   ei      M  ' '   ���    IjMrt-    An
|  lhe  in-
,-n|i nt   was   the   fact   that   He
wsytui wait l��-il mi the mad  and
uf the horats In.i PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   APRIL   28,
1922
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
Th*   Portland   Canal   News!8rreatpeop,e-   The marriage of Prihc*ss
ine  rortiana  i^anai ^ewk|Maryigonlyanother example of how they
manage to do the right thing before the
final crack of doom. Remember the world
war and how the British empire came out
of it bigger than ever. Look at Ireland���
for years given up as hopeless. Think of
Balfour coming to Washington and putting across the four-power treaty, while
getting the naval holiday, and going home
with both Japan and America the sworn
friends of old John Bull. No people on
earth today have the political talent, experience and skill equal to the British.
Congratulations to the former princess;
now a humble viscountess; and, if you
please, felicitations to old England on
leading the world just by poise and brains.
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,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices. $7.
No Advertising Accepted for First Page
PACIFIC   GREAT   EASTERN
IMPLEMENTING the desire of the
government and the legislature an expert
engineer has been engaged to investigate
the engineering features of the Pacific
Great Eastern railway and to report upon
this phase of the system generally. Another expert will deal with existing and
prospective traffic possibilities, and submit his report. With this information���
collected without regard for political considerations of any kind���the legislature
should be in a position to determine what
shall be the policy of the future. Its present knowledge of this gigantic obligation
is more or less bounded by an understanding of the extent of the liability itself and
the annual drain which it imposes upon
the provincial treasury.   Lighter features
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
Resolve to see the world on the sunny side.
Use your head,
built his home.   .
That's  how  the   woodpecker
Back in Ontario they have put the lid on yeast j
made from alcohol.
In Massachusetts, at present, ten mills don't
make a cent. Weavers in all textile mills are on
strike.
The first night the Holy Roller worshippers
bombarded Alberta the building was destroyed by
fire.   Holy Smoke!
On his trip north, this summer, President
Harding will stop a day at Prince Rupert. This
is putting one over Vancouver.
The Kamloops Conservative Association, by
resolution, calls on W. J. Bowser, provincial Con
of the undertaking are furnished by fre-1 ^vative leader, to go away back and peter out.
quent political combats that require only j Vancouver exchange breathes: **The lord
a limited amount of engineering skill. pianted a garden in Kden and it wasn't long be-
But the people who pay the bills have|fore Adam noticed a chicken on the premises."
reached the conclusion that it is time to; 'Twas ever thus.
look at this railway monstrosity from a
cold business standpoint. On this account
it may be taken for granted that the government and the legislature will accept the
two reports as the judgment of practical
experience. In any case the political obsequies of the Pacific Great Eastern are
long overdue.
GOOD   FOR  NOVA  SCOTIA
The finding of a headless body in Seattle has
caused the arrest of a dentist. Our experience
with dentists is that the head doesn't really come
off; it just feels that way.
The  Vancouver   Sun   issues the largest and
most reliable Sunday paper on  the Pacific slope,
and the largest by twice ard a handful,  puh-
ished in the Dominion of Canada.
Over 70,000 rats have been killed on the coast
since the first of the year.���Vancouver Paper.
The price of butcher meat has been reduced five
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PROFESSIONAL  CARDS
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PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER
STEWART,   B. C.
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DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C.  Land Surveyor
STEWAKT, 15. C.
THE estimates of the government of
Nova Scotia for the current year provide | cents per pound.-Same paper, same day.
for an expenditure of $4,935,128 against a
revenue of $4,993,077. With the exception
of Quebec, Nova Scotia haa the smallest
per capita debt in the dominion.    Our sis-
The Lord's Day Alliance of British Columbia
is out against Sunday newspapers. There's no
work on the Lord's day on a Sunday paper; but
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^u, .       i the Monday morning paper is all Sunday work.
ter province on the Atlantic seaboard is to j The a|-jance 0URnt to stop breathing on Sunday.
.        _.    ���. ���     ��� ���      ���  i. i ���_
be envied. She did not lose her head in
the prosperous years, like many of the
other provinces, with the result that her
burden of taxation is much lighter than
theirs. Her natural resources, very much
the same in variety aa those of British
Columbia, yield approximately $200,000.-
000 a year. Her populatian is about (he
same as that of our own provinoe. All
things considered there seams to be no
sound reason why Nova Scotians should
leave home. They ought to be at leant as
wall off as the people of any other region
and better off than those of moat localities.
POISE  AND  BRAINS
YHI.   Hpringiieui, Ohio,   Republican,
warble* thuely:    Thr British are a very
If it takes a four month old woodpecker, with
a rubber bill, nine months and thirteen days to
peck a hole through a cypress log that is large
enough to make 117 shingles, and it takes 165
shingles to make a bundle worth 95 cents, how
long will it take a cross-eyed grass hopper with a
cork leg to kick all the seeds out of a dill pickle?
DR.  S.   P.   DOUGLAS
DENTIST
Wishes Uj announce that his iJental
Office in Stewart will be open to the
i Jilic on
MOMMY,   MAY   8, lttffi
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 die
sturdy independence, the happiness and
the contentment that it brings.
The Bank of Montreal cooperates 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.
DR. ALFRED H. fiAYNfi
Dental Surgeon, PRINCE RUpERT
HEUiERSON     BLOCK
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder   ....
JOHN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Alaska
ALASKA
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORB THAN 100 YBARS
Stewart Branch: L S. WHITTAKER.  Manager.
DR. W. D'AUCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER,       -        -       -       ALASKA
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading hotel in northern
british columbia
EL  B. ROCHESTER, ManaK��r
European Plan $1.50 per day up
m     S,ncp.i. 3f   e
*H Ian J {m\ I u r rc.nh
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAY SM NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT---1"8,' As;
sortm^-nt
of Fresh Meats in town. Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
J.   P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agent* for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickle.,   Sauerkraut,   Dilln   and   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
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PROPRIETOR
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWN81TE .  .
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Reul Estate   lnaurance   Minei   Financial Agents
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PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   APRIL   28,   1922
BUYS AND SELLS ONLY THE BEST
r.F.T THE BEST-IT COSTS NO MORE
SOME PEOPLE think it is hard
to get that kind���NOT if you
come here. It's hard to get the
other kind here.   VERY HARD
COFFEES ...
GROCERIES
Best Value in the North.    Most
Obliging Staff
Our Middle Name:   The First to
Reduce High Cost of Living
Salmon River
Trading Co'v
The Horn Silver mine in Moti-I
tana was discovered by two men
running a race. These men were
working in a silver mine, and the
trail that led up from the bunk-
house to the mine was a switchback trail. One day two men
started a race, when the whistle
blew at noon, to see who 'would
reach the bunkhouse first.    One
fellow took a short cut, leaving
the trail and going down the hill
in great leaps. In one of his
wild jumps his feet started a
small slide of earth and uncovered a small vein of silver ore.
This find was off the company's
ground, and the man located the
ground for himself, worked for
a time, then sold out to his previous employer for a large sum.
BLACK   BEAR   MINE
CAROLAN'S
MEAT  MARKET
FRESH ...    Iir ATO
AND  CURED    HIILHIO
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables.   Orders
taken for Camps and Mines.     Fresh Milk
and   Dairy   Produce
It is not often that a bear figures in the discovery of a mine,
but suoh was the case once in the
Kootenay. Two young Englishmen, prospecting on a creek one
summer, ran into an old black
bear with cubs. The old bear
made quite a fuss and one of the
Englishmen beat it down the hill,
and the other sprang into a small
tree overhanging the side of the
creek bank. The bear went on
about her business, but the
weight of the Englishman in the
tree bent it down so that it was
torn out by the roots, letting him
drop into the brush. The uprooting of this tree uncovered a
valuable vein of galena. This
mine was afterwards known as
the "Black Bear." and was sold
for several thousand dollars to
Spokane interest?.
STEEL  INDUSTRY   FOR   NORTH
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under  tho  Laws   of   Alaska)
4   PER   CENT   Paid  on   Savings  Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
J. A. HALL, Pres.    D. LINDEBORG, Vice-Pre_.   IRENE HALL, Treas.
THE
NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   ISarber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE. I LONG. 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
STEWART    NEWS   COMPANY
H.   P.   GIBSON,    Proprietor
Ganong'�� and Lowney's Chocolates.     Stationery.     China
Librar-jp-     All the Very La teat Music and Records
ICE   CREAM
-** Agtot for Impe-UI Tob-cro Co. Ciin-di-n Steam laundry
A brief for the establishment
of an iron and steel industry in
1 the Prince Rupert section was
presented in a comprehensive report submitted to the board of
trade at its last meeting in that
Lity by Alfred Garde, mining
engineer. The report was prepared especially by the board
and is a most interesting document, well calculated to interest
capitalists in the establishment
of an iron and steel industry in
the Rupert district.
Mr. Garde shows that high
grade magnetite and hematite
iron ores are plentiful, that there
are large areas of bituminous
coking coal nearby, that there
are pure limestones ar.d other
fluxes in abundance, that fire
clay and hydro-magnesite occur
STEWART PHARMACY
QBOBQ1  V KKASKK
Proprietor
in large quantities and that other
materials are easily obtainable.
He deals with location, transportation, climatic conditions,
ami closes with the sentence:
"It is the writer's opinion and
firm conviction that iron, now the
most neglected and at the same
time the most abundant of metals
i of this north country, will soon
command the attention it justly
deserves."
Some Rock
Seventy-five per cent of British Columbia is rock and we
must look to that rock for our
future existence. If the minerals are not found, the future has
an ugly outlook for us. Our condition here is no worse than in
other parts of the continent.
Nearly all the c ipper mines have
been closed down owing to the
surplus amount of the metal on
the market due to world wide
conditions and use of substitutes
for domestic purposes.
Hvder Transfer Co.
H.
STEWART
L.   REID   and
AND   HYDER
LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
Sling Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
FRED  DOREY
Manager
Give  us  a  trial.    If  you
like us, COME AGAIN
SERVICE
QUALITY
STYLE...
All five miners' licenses expire
at midnight on May 31.
Prospectors aro getting everything in shape to take tot In; hills.
As sson as the open season for
mining starts on Coat river,
Cariboo, about 2*5 claim owners
will work their properties.
I. N. HOGUEWOOD. Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
CALL  AND   INSPECT   OUB   UBGE   STOCK   OK
MEN'S CLOTHIHG, MEN'S FURNISHINGS AND SHOES
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear   Household Furnish.,.**
NVl����t we do not tarry in stock we -an g��'i -���" s"u
H. ZEFFERT     :    -     STEWART
SMITH   BLOCK
A gold strike,  fabulously rich,
is reported from the Fort Smith
Country, 296 miles north of Fort
McMurray, has been received al
Vancouver, Prospectors are
warned, hy transportation coin
panies, to keep away, as nothing
can be gained In staging a rush.
'1 he Unite A Montana aim lu i
at (Ireal Fulls is being operated
ai i.o per cent etpeeit) aiui tbe
Aiuuwinia /in' ai capacity, the
Itttei producing at tin rate of
B,000,000 in io.mKJ.uoo poundi a
month I 'be rod aiui wire plant
jy oen . Dpi I --1�� d "" - BO pei
ceiil hasi.. v*. lin h, il 11 !>> lit
,\ ill he iliac*
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   H.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.      Paths.       All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and un
W.    II.    TOI4N,        ���       -       Manun-r
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
PHONIC   TWO    [I]    I.ONO        IHHKE   |3|   SHOUT
STEWART, % C. W.    .)     CRAWFORD,   Manager
Comer Auto Transfer   bktwiui itbwari
aud Jitney Service ....        ***** www
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I    , hurl PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C   FRIDAY,   APRIL   28,   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 tlie following figures, which show the value
of production for successive five-year periods: For all years to 1895,
inclusive, $94,547,241; for five years, 1896-1900, $57,607,967; for
five years, 1901-1905, $96,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910, $125, -
534,474; for five years, 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
nol 20 per cent, of the Prbvinee has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting. IfljflHf
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
te obtained gratis by addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES. Victoria. British Columbia.
SPRING   FEVER
I want to plant a garden now that Spring is here,
I want to watch the carrots and little beets appear;
I want to gather radishes and salad lettuce, too.
And invite my envious neighbors to come and pick some, too.
I crave some Golden Bantam, like in the wondrous book
Sent out by florists every year���how good the green things look!
I want to raise cucumbers, and Hubbard squash and beans,
And cabbages and Brussels sprouts and canteloupes and greens,
And young green peas and eggplants and succulent Swiss chard,
And pumpkin'vines, with golden flowers to trail around the yard;
I want to plant a garden, now that Spring is here!
And I might do it, too, if I hadn't tried last year.
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local  Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
" Dad "
He may wear a last year's straw
hat, his fingernails may need
manicuring; his vest may hang
loose, and his pants may bag at
the knees; his face may show
signs of a second day's growth,
and the tin dinner bucket he
carries may be full of dents and
doughnuts; but don't you call him
"the old man." He's your
father. Por years and years he
has been rolling around to get
things together. Never once has
he failed to do the right thing by
you. He thinks you are the
greatest boy on earth, bar none
even though you plaster your
hair back, wear smart clothes,
smoke cigarettes, and fail to
bring home a cent. He is the
man who won the love and life
partnership of the greatest woman on earth���your mother. He
is Some Man and not "the old
man."    If you win as good a wife
chicken, today?" "Prettygood,
kid," she retorted, "How are
you ?"
Poor Old Dad
A little girl traveling with her
mother on a G. T. P. train into
! Prince Rupert was suddenly
! heard to say to the man next to
!her: "Da-da!" Her mother
! said; "No, denr; that is not your
dady, that's a gentlemen!"
Character Needed (?)
A poor Irishman, who applied
for license to sell spirits, being
questioned by the board of excise as to his moral fitness for
the trust, replied: "Ah sure, it
it is not mu>h of a character that
a man needs to sell whisky."
Good Luck
"Aha!" exclaimed a Hyder
man the other morning. "See a
pin and pick it up, and all the day
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $1 OO      A      DAY
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
you will have good luck," and as
as   he  did. you will have to go \he bent over to pick it up. his hat
cr-mo   hnv ! fp"    *nt��    the   mUd'     llis  ��>-*---
  dropped and were  smashed, he
Chicken burst two sespender huttons and
rp, ... .  , ���    ,,. . -    tore   the  buttonhole out of the
The   minister   and   his  bride        '        .      _   . .       ...      .   ,
neckband    of    his   shirt.    And
were preparing to eat a bite at a i -^ jn the day took a ,ieader jn.
luncheonette.   They were busily [ t0 the salt chuck.
engaged  with   the   bill of farei 	
when  the  waitress,   who was a     During an old-fashioned spell-
much calci.'i'.ned  and  peroxided | \*>B l*ee. back  in  Bruce  county,
young miss, came up to take their
last week, a great grandmother,
^^-_^^-_^^-_^^-a^^^^^_.    i aged 97, spelled down 26 gradu
order.    Sudden ly the young min-1 .- ,��� ,     ,     ,        �� _.,
J   o j ates ot high schools and coliepesi
ister looked up from the bill ofjina contest lasting over thre�� |
fare, smiled sweetly at the wait ' hours. "Believe me. grandma i
ress,   and   said:    "How   is   the knew how to spell."
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS
NOTICE
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River, Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
saii.i.v.s from I'Iunck itn-KitT���
THURSDAYS   AT   TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON BAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,"
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M.. March Hi, 30, April 13, 27.
Tram Service;
l'a���-eiig��i    MONDAY,   WKDMBI1U.   ind IATURDA.   *t 11.15a.m.
for
KnuUier., I'uia��������� Qaorf*, Edmonton ami Winnipeg, making Jireoi
connection! for all poiaU Fast and lontb.
Fur Atlantic Steamship sailings orf'urther information, apply to
any Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to Q, A, McNicholl, Assistant
General Freight and PaoaenKer Agent, Prince Rupert, B. C.
News, $5 Year
TO CONTRACTORS
SEALED TENDER8, andoraad Car
River Bridge Embankment Construction,' will lie received hy th>- llmiurahle
the Minister of I'ublie Work., up lo
twelve o'clock noon, the lUth day of
May, 1922!, for the building of embank
ment approaches to Bear Kivei Brul^ ,
Stewart, B. C.
Plans, specifications, contract and
(ORM of tender ina\ be neen on and after the 21th .lay of April, 11122, at the
olliceofJ. P.Scarlett, Provincial I on-
stable, Stewart, B.C.; tile olllce of A.
L. Carrulhers, District Bnginoor,
I'rince Rupert, 11.(7; and the Department uf Public Works, Victoria, B.C.;
and Ooorgo A. Youu-., Alice Arm, B.C.
Contractors may obtain a copy of the
phi'ik and specific;,!ions for ten dollar*
jf 10.00] which will be refunded on their
lelurn in (fo<��i onl��r
Each proposal must be ao ompanicst
by an tiecepteil tank chei|Ue on a  char
tared bank of Canada, made payable to
tho Honourable, the Mini O, ol Public
Works, for a sum equal to ten p.
)|0 per it-til | of tender,   which   tball be
ltd if the party lOMUringdo-Una
to ' il- i into com i ..el v. I .1 upon
to do M or In  fail to complete tbe work
"tell for,
Tondi r- will not !������
lorei. oul on  i      ' ippllad  anil
signed b> ial   sinnalure ol the
rer,
I       luHTMl Ol My   f odi i   not   n.ct��fc-
arili **4' pied.
P    PHILIP
publi    Works hi.�� ni - i
!��� ,, Woi       '���    Ions,
It   i     April |B
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Opin 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart. B, C.
TIIK I.UVKKNMKNT Ol
THK   I'KUVINt M   Of   MHITIMH    (nl.l'MAIA
I       RE   SPECIAL
TIMBER LICENCES
The attention nl Timber Licence
holders who are taking advantage of
(be proviMom. of II,, |'r���| Aim ndllietit
toll,. I'ORKST ACT, wherebv arrears
ol In, nn *4** accrued prior to ;iUl
December, 1MB, have been fumleil ami
made payable \*\ annual in.talrtlenl , ||
i-peeiall*, iliniicd to tha fact that any
MRMtl (������!  wbi.li liei-HioH ��|iit in  jy_j
i liiiliuled III tin  iin.l.lin��.l�� u\.......
m-ntiuiuij, and such IM] and all cubs.
ijiiant i< im "���'' let    '"    t I ��� paid wiiiiii,
on* year *tU I   ""   toll Ml  ***t*
th��   mfSwfS   In   oilier   to  niaiiiUiii in,
right of lb. bol'iei ,,
ol lie        ��� ap,
BIG Money
forlbur
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f*uw.wM\wiwsv-'ii-i /V-'v-iiri' -M,'1
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Wants all your MUSKRAT and MINK   QUICK-*
and will pay you these extremely high prices.
MUSKRAT
Spring
Winter
(In  1 -*.i Lifg-j    No. 1 Urje   I  no. i -��..��� * |    ri. : iTrii   j       flo. .
r.Hn Iii A>f if        ten In AT-mn.*   I    1    ilu. _ I _'_-_
���rje   f fv. 1 ^T1 :^X IS  ���
5.50 lo4.50)3.75to2.75i2.'i0to2.00!l.Si!!,/..!'���' 30to .81
4.00 to 3.0012.50 to l.^jl.SOtol.^.'h.QCto M\\.00to .50
M1N Ii
Fine, Dark
Usual Color)
Coast
25.00 to20.00118.03 to 15.0.ii M.'jo to 1..0 i LOTto 51
15-OOlu 12.00 11.00 lo S.:-�� 7.d0 I. 5 c.'ii S 71! 7.  '       ;) ,0 m
10.00 to 8.&0I 7.0iTln 5.-1 5.��;j O 4.1-lij 'M, lo Xtl 3.73 to V,)
The above prices are based on the well-known "SHI 'BERT"
liberal grading and are quoted for immediate shipment. No. 3,
No. 4, kitts, and otherwise inferior skins at highest market
value. We also want all your other furs and will pay the
BIG PRICES quoted in "Oil), fchubrrt &l|ifiprr" to get them.
Don't wait-S/f/P TODAY.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"Quicker"
SM��* AU WW* *tMS
ABSHU
,    The Largest House in the \toi_d_
AMERICAN
Vancouver ihpt
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STEWART
BRITISH    COLUMBIA
(.A'IKWAY   TO
The  Bffftat   Mineral    Belt on  tl e
Continent,
OUTLET  KOK
NaaiRivi-r llistiirt    I.  I "    "
Cassiar lii.xtiict   Gold, Bilver, I ���
Ground   Hog   Mountain    Anthr-
Cotl.
I'.-ac- Rj ��rDistrict   WI ���
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