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 THE NEWS WILL KEEP
V(,r POSTED OX THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINES- $5.00 THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
SEND THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL- 4. NO. 23
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER   10,  1922
[$6  THE  YEAR
SONTRACT LET
FOR RAILWAY
after spending several days in
going  over  the    route,   found
ample timber available for what
bridges  and  culverts  will    be
necessary, and also for ties.
Commencing from Hyder, con-
Jp Salmon Valley to KimUtruction will be very light, no
of Seims   &   Carlson of! rock work being encountered for
Spokane - Construction about one mile; the roadbed will
w*.      ii i    -*-*-������ have -�� he blasted out of
Start  Soon  as  Possible rock for a short di8tance; ^
I which light going will again be
The contracting firm of Seims1 encountered up to some whera
J& Carlson of Spokane have I about the other end of seven*
Ibken a contract to build 13. mile bar; from which point more
Imiles of railway up the Salmon j or less rock work will be met
I valley, according to a statement j with, getting heavier with each
inud'J to The News last week by , mile until near the   end   of   the
G. A. Carlson, member  of  the line, when the work will be of a
linn,   just  before   he   left  for i heavy sidehill nature.
Juneau on the Prince of Wales, j    Mr. Caldwell, who has secured
[from HydeV. | good  financial   backing for his
After spending nearly a week j project, anticipates no difficulty
in the  camp  in   company with j difficult^ in the way of finances,
Charles  Caldwell,   holder of  a and is believed to contemplate
(charter    for    the   road,     Mr. the extension of this road when
Cirlson, a veteran railway build- the proper time arrives,  on be-!
Ier, was convinced not only ot" the'yond 13-Mile into tne upper Sal-1
feasibility    of   the   line,    hut mon valley, to the mines now de- George Fitzmrurice
[also of the fact that  it is war- veloping on the Canadian side of | *
ranted and will be a good invest- j the line
[ment.   Surveys   will commence!
las soon as is possible, and will be
followed closely  by actual  construction.
STEWART    ENLISTMENT
Four years ago tomorrow the Armistice was signed, therefore this is the jjtime of the year when those who went to serve
their country should be remembered. Stewart, like every other
district in the empire, sent her quota, and like the others, a number of her men did not return. Details of those former residents
who joined the various forces are very difficult to obtain; but below is given a list of their names:
CASUALTIES
*
Major T. H. Callaghan, 72nd Battalion, killed
in action, 1912.
G. Taylor, killed in action.
T. B. Hume, 47th Battalion, killed in action.
J. A. McDonald, ki-lled in action.
John Law, killed in action.
Jack Inch, killed in action.
"Shorty" Stevens, kilKd in action.
- Chappell, killed in action.
C. T. Baker,   49th Battalion, killed in action,
September 28, 1918.
Frank Rodolf, 16th Battalion, killed in aclion,
April 20th, 1915.
G. Boultby, killed in action.
The following went overseas and returned:
Vince Lade
R. L. Clothier
William Orr
W. Br .ad
II. C. Bennett
,1. L. McPherson, founder and; ,.LittU,. JoCk Cameron
intil this year secretary of the; sid Chalmers
Optimistic
ie line will  commence
from' Alaska   bureau   of   the   Seattle Percy Godenrath
a point  on  the water front at chamber   of   commerce,   after
Hyder. Alaska, and follow up the pending the past several months
Tim Williams
������Bi),-" .luck Cameron
Harry Avison
poising mining properties that are
now b.-ing developed,  and some
least   side   of   the    valley    thus lookin* 0Yer a number ���� mining Charlie Neil
[(serving a number of   very   pro- P">PertieB in lhe disltrict' left for William Forest
the south on the Prince Rupert,  ,i. Pinkerton
Sunday.    Before leaving he ex-
b wil  soon  be added  to PreBBed himself very ��Ptitnistic
the  Shipping   lists    such as the ��
Fish Creek mine, now  being operated under the control of the considers it on
American   Mining   and   Mii|ing district in mineral resources on
company.   A*a matter of  fact the continent
I   b property will have  a  large
amount of tonnage   Bhipped   be-
'nre   tne   road   can  possiblj b<
J. McMillan
William Sloan
��� Quinn
��� Esplin
Sandy Cuthbertson
A. Hodson
Dr. Richards
A. DalglUh
A. Batfg
Hert Badger
A. Woodcroft
T. Dunn
James McGuire
Dan McFarlane
George Thomas
Mrs. R. L. Clothier, with her
two children, will leave for England on the Prince Rupert, next
Sunday.
The Hyder, Alaska, Miner has
this week moved to their new-
quarters, which are much more
centrally situated, also more
commodious.
John Mackenzie, one of the
well known miners of the camp,
came down from the Premier
mine this week and will leave for
the south on the Prince Rupert,
Sunday.
Jack Fitzgerald came down
from the Titan group during the
week and reports that good progress is being made wiih the
tunnel, and things look very
promising.
C. Macauley, who for the past
season has been acting as timekeeper for the Big Missouri, expects to leave for Ids home in
Vancouver on the Prince Rupert,
next Sunday.
The cabin on the Mimico group
is now about completed. With
good living quarters established
it is the intention of the owners
of this property, which is on
Glacier creek, to * continue
throughout the winter with the
tunnel already commenced.
Mrs. M. R. Jamieson of Hyder,
m   this   district,   and
ie of  the richest
EXPRESS OFFICE
RE-OPENS HERE
Business Has Improved to
Such an Extent Company
Compelled to Open Office
to Cope With Situation.
C. W. Smith, traveling agent
for the Canadian National Express company, arrived on the
Prince Rupert from the south,
Sunday, and is spending a week
in town in connection with the
company's office here, which has
more or less been closed for a
number of months. Business
having improved sufficiently the
management decided to re-open
the office in town, which Mr.
Smith has this week done. P. S.
Jack is now agent for the company, and will have his office in
the Crawford Transfer offices.
Trapping in Naas
Homer Ficklin left town during the past week for, and will
spend the winter trapping on
the other side of the Bear river
divide. The pack train of the
Hyder Transfer company, with
Jack Peters in charge, took his
outfit into the Bear river glacier,
returned on the Prince Rupert.! from which point he will relay
Sunday. While outside she j his stuff over to the trapping
visited friends in New West- grounds. Each year sees more
minster, where her son Lome j and more trappers going into the
entered Columbia college.   Later; Naas, and it would appear that
she went to South  Fort George,  in the near future Stewart will
completed, anu by the time it ii
will l
b i ,
Marriage of Interest
The   many   friends   of VV. It
Macfarlane.  who left  here  re
eently for the head offices of the
>eoaa thorough prod,.,. , Ami,m.:il(   Mtnirig aud  Milling
company, waa married in Van-
I here are otha�� properties on couvM  on (Mlillt|. ... ,Mtf   t0
which very  extensive  develop- MJM   y];in [nnea       ,h;il city,
Benl   ia   being  carried out, oy Mr   xl:i,..(liulu. t.M���.,ls to pas
> very d^ratuch a railway ^^ g UMl wilh hia brjde
*���� past; namely, the Riveraidc, durjng the coming summer.
*'*d>  Alaska,   Alaska  Premier,
V
���'Kinia    and    the    Titan:    all
\\
1 oonard Wade expects to leave
on the Prince Rupert. Sunday,
for a short trip south.
Mrs. Oren F. Hill who recently went to Ketchikan, returned on the Prince of Wa es,
last Thursday.
R. A. McCulbch, wlio has hem
working ui the district for the
past year, left for his home in
Penticton on ihe prince  Rupert,
;;*,t Week.
\ir. and Mrs.  Hodgkinson, af-
\-y spending aoma daya in tha
lam   Bunting   of  Hyder, dj8trijt 0n boainaaa and    isiting
Larson Visits Ground
A, G.  Larson  of Spokane arrived on the Prince Rupert, Sun-
being called there by the death become quite a trappers' base.
of her mother.
Mrs. W. C. Cameron returned     [jarry   Rtid   ���f    the    Hyder
from a trip to Anyox, today. Transfer company, took the sup-
The clear,  cold weather that plies   up to   the  Independence!
...    j. . . . -��      ,������       i in, i    -     .i     day, and is spending the week in
the district is now OnjoAing  has, group during the   week  for the j .
, - -   , ,     , m���i* ji       9   n      camp   in   connection   with   the
proved a great source ol pleasure contractors,   Mcradden  &   Car-1        K
,,,,-,. ir     ,, i        ,, ,   ,,   , ,     r      , opening up of the Virginia and
to all the children, enabling them | olan.    He reports that he  found | ******* *
Tauris groups, on which he recently secured a bond, lt is understood to be the intention to
prosecute active development of
this property throughout the
winter; throughout the winter,
though just what the nature of
this work will be has not yet been
given out by Mr. Larson.
living very  greet  pn se.      ana ol tl i district's moal au        Bnda, lefl   I i  their I  in ~-rine9  ���������,���.,.,_   SundaA, audi, local foreman, Hary SooviL
to gat considerable skating just no snow   at  all  around Bitter
off Fifth street. creek, running of it just a little
C.  E.  Sebring,   repreaenting way on the other aide of Glade*
the Canadian Linotype company, creek.
paid Stewart and Hyder a writ George Young, general road
during the weak, for the pur- foreman for the south Atlin dispose oi keeping |n touch with the trict, arrived from Alice Arm on
local papal tha Rupert,   Sunday,   and spent
j    i>    sittie   of    tha   public Monday  and   Tuesday  checking
department, arrived from upt���� season's work with tin-
Mr.
in regard to the Titan, little caa i ,��<,t"1-. recantlj aa- Kl.u.hUllM  ,���,   the    P   n a   ol
duuht j8 entertained but that it cured a half intereat in the Horae Vi ^ t���  |M( [hureday.
���111. by that tint, be in i po-Shoe group of eight claims, aitu-
Won to meajeyeajitor ahipmenta. ated on the north aide < . Columbia for Boyle Broi . ,.Ml(n.ls ,,, ivti.n, to Prineeon
-'**��� on    beyond the terminal river, iboutnvem iiuM(i  linll  ,,������,���;.������. - Sunday next.
at hi-Mde are the Indian and B   Una from the town ol  i ���-   -*><���
%    Sdver     properties,    which   li���-   d< J
Should by that tune he about on Ness, m ho ha, been
ipending tha week hi re mesa .<��� v"l*ng 1,,fl lor [U- ******* Tuesday
ing up the work dona en the till aveaing, going out stt the Mar-
Adds  to Plant
VV. R. McDonnell, proprietor
of the picture show operating in
tha   Pioneer   hall.    Hyder.   an-
bridgt.   ���. i.iio,,. which took a load of ore ^ he -^ ^
knyox smelter.
new machine, which will   enable
Wslie   Giaiiain.    BUpeiintend-   .        ,        , ���    ,
him to put on a much  improved
Bill Irwin, who ha   tha coi    ant at the Premier tramline since
the prince  Rupert,   Sunday
,  ,,��� i,-,iiama, wherehii firm
tract te drive the I nnel on  tha u ��a- put into operation, und
Bunting during I * ol
ia ,    ijme   extensive   di   ing |'ni,l(.   jonn    property,    c*m<  Raj   Carol,   hia  assistant: also
��� ahipping basis. Bumma ��>����������'��� **" ���-
Bmhi railway will  i.   ���  so.   Open
down  oi .i la   >���        n ng  tha vVayi   Graham,  H. Wilson, snd
laat week end, and reports u.at I.   0 trander, all of the opei
show, as all delays will thus be
obviated,   The line of high class
picture! being shown by   him on
Wednesday and Sunday evenings
lhe Crawford  franafi ���-��--����� -����������� �����-����� **- -- " '"ol ��� 'Iare continuing to draw increaa-
""-">��� facilitate the greater da   aomevei   y ��� ���,,, ,. .,������ i  ,.,..,,.      ,    beiai     ade. tctag alaff. resigned receoUy gad |B|rly Urf# ^^^ m mVmh m
>****** ��>f these properties, and 'h , 1(i,    ���,������,, .,   li, r tunnel, which will hi  i        >nth< Prim    Rupert, *^��-U|^ t^ ball ie aow hardiy Iggajg
ii, im working tunnel, ia row in aboul day, foi Chewelah, vVaahington,
���ut will also be oi  great  I
to tha development ol a
���tr   oi   others  hi the m ���     ciaj i ���
���"' Btlaaat, as ||   Wi||  atioid |Ull aoln|     ,   i
^;uTkerttmli',',,,p,/i,tt'^ ti
Mebsrs. Carlson and Cald vel
m   ��'"��'"��'"""""'"���"'       -      **      ��� ���   ,-nough tuaecoM.m   late all thOM
aftarlha I      i       ThtretaM dn    trbi a all, aicept vVilaon. held|who w|ih ^^if|
i thei has been  i in  i ni arith the North-
t' ,,   ,   j ,,,,,, ^aJ poml tnj iftittl   ��� ��� ���   ' I l">- 9***
Hydei
2effi  11  ha        ���   ��� -i a hinli
��line "i Ladies .Mioi-b. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER   10,   1922
Tlie.    PnrtlanH    Tamil    \PWS Ico,lectivcly to work and strive to the end
lhe Portland Canal  ^ews|that>thi3oldw0rldwmbeahappierpiace
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSfAPEB   ASSOCIATION
for the generations to come. It is for this
that we were left; let us not shirk our
duty; let us take up oar burden gladly and
carry on.
CONGRATULATIONS,   HYDER
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Reading
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue
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; Aecepted for First Page
ARMISTICE
TOMORROW���November 11���what a
day! Four short years ago, the telephones
rang, and people went scattering here and
there, little boys running home to tell their I mininS industry of that section, as well as
HYDER and the Salmon valley are to
have a railway. While the proposed road
will not touch the Canadian side of the line
at the water front, the entire district will
rejoice at the news, and we on the Canadian side offer our American cousins the
heartiest congratulations. For one of the
first steps with the letting of this contract
has been taken, in the making of Hyder a
great and prosperous town.
Such a railway will, undoubtedly, be
of the greatest possible assistance in developing the tremendous mineral resources
of the Salmon river district, for it will afford quicker and cheaper transportation,
and at the same time act as a tonic to the
mothers  that dady would soon be back
Men hurried into the great lone spaces, up
being a big encouragement to new operators to inqest their money.
NOTE  AND   COMMENT
long rivers, and across great lakes to their j       Developments have proven that Mr.
scattered farms and the heaJthside of their j Caldwell's faith and optimism in the dis-
homes, to tell of the boy that would soon trict have been Justified, for there is no
return.     Gladness!   Gladness!   Gladness jreason  ***  such a railway will not pay
everywhere!   From east to west, and north from the turning of the first wheel
and  south,   around the world and back
again,  bells  pealed  and  whistles blew,
spreading the news of the great day that
had come���The Armistice.   The slaughter
had ceased, and millions would soon be j       a booster  can pull the stinger from a bee
back, bringing with them joy and rest to without being stung.
a weary, war torn world.
Hurry   with   your   feet, but fail  not to look
where you are going,
Love is what makes the world go crazy.
LET   US   NOT   FORGET
. . Old age brings experience, and some kinds of
TODAY, we are a free people; free to , .. ���
' --'-- experience brings old age.
work  out  our  own selvation, both indi- 	
vidually and nationally.   Why?   Because!      A woman simply has to love something, even
of the tremendous sacrifice of millions of! ��f --is nothing but a man
men, the war which terminated on Novem
Swear-off day will soon be here,
now and have some practice.
Better start
Keep your face always towards the sunshine,
the shadows will fall behind you.
The best paying paper in the province  is the
B. C. Gazette.    Every line in it is paid matter.
ber 11, 1918, was a victory to our arms, a
victory for oi r nation.
A new generation is growing up and
taking their place in a civilization still far
from perfect, yet saved and made better
,.      _   . , ._ A community to go ahead must have the genu-
for them by untold suffering and sacrifice., jne co.operation of it3 inhabitants.
Many  a  life's   work and  toil has been 	
blasted. Many a man so maimed and injured that never again will be able to
leave his bed.   Many a child's future has
,co * When a man loses the power to look   forward
been ruined because its father laid down j he practical|y cea8e8 t0 .ive.   0ne who dweila
his life that we might live.   Many a widow upon the pa8t js sure to find more gloom than.
goes struggling alone through life, with I sunshine.
nothing left but memories, and pride in       .   .    ...       A-        u .   ���
******* m*9 r Last week an editor in Bruce county fired six-
the sacrifice ihat she has made.   Many a teen 8hot8 at m ffc|low who had taktn hls paper for
mother   and   father's life has become aigixteen years and refused tt pay for it on the old!
blank because the only boy they had lies fake plea that he had not ordered it.   The adit��
buried many miles away in a foreign land, i is said to he a good shot, but misHed the man every
Just at this season let us for a few
moments reflect. Let us stop and think
why they were taken, and why were we
left? We were not left to forget, a duty
has been passed on. Their lifes' work was
completed; ours has only begun.
Those who have suffered, uaeriliced*
and died, can only receive their just reward in the life hereafter; nevertheless
those that are lett can by us be helped
to brighter, happier, und more cheerful
eMk-tente. That ie our iirst duty. Our
next U to see to it that they have not suffered in vain, and both individually and
**a���
time as it is difficult to hit anything so small as
that.
GROCERY
SERVICE
lt is our endeavor to give yuu the
be*t un the market both in quality
and price.
All our stocks ere selected with
this object iii . n-w. (live uu a trial
and bo d>i.vii.
GREY   4,   WILSON
SMITH HUH K    -    -     -    .    ITKWAKT
CAROLAN'S
MEAT MARKET
FRESH ...    UCATO
AND  CURED    fflCHIO
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables. Orders
taken for Camps and Mines. Fresh Milk
and  Dairy   Produce
profession^  tAj
C-  s-  BAKER
PROVINCIAL
STfcWART,   B
DALBY B. MORKlli
��- ' ��� Li""l Survey,.
STEWART, u. 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, Vice-Pres.   IRENE HALL, Trees.
Hyder Transfer Co.
STEWART   AND   HYDER
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,    Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK   HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts       Prompt Deliveries
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAY ans NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT���
Best Assortment
of Fresh Meats in town.    Call and inspect our Batcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees
Fresh Fruit a-:d  Vegetables  arriving every  Steamer
J.   P.    HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle VV Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Betf and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles,   Sauerkraut.   Dills   end   Mince Meat
always on hand.      Quality nu* mot tu
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founder* und Original Owners
of STKWAKT  TOWNSITK .  .
HfAD  llfHtK
loi Pseaeettaaj *m ���.,        * (I r >ui \, | i
Real tutste   limurunrc   Mines   Financial Agents
KoiiKHi    M    ITIWAftl
Let| -*�� Mk in un um oi tuw u ITtWAAT UkO CO., UO.
I.iHtlngsofpro|^rm;iifor��alew��.��t,-d    |,it.,s.   Stewart  In
pETE   FERRIS
Cobbler and Harnessnufo-
Stewakt, b. c
JOHN   HOVLAND
ASSAYER
HYDER
A**ASKA
DR. W. D'ARCY CHACE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska !i u        ��� .a..
HYDER,      - .     ALAJ|
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��� PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C.   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER   10,   1922
VICTORIA    APARTMENTS
FURNISHED
634 KINGSWAY
HYDER,   B.C.
MRS.   ANNA  MILLER,   Proprietor
Cedar Creek
Mining Company
The Cedar Creek Mining com-
Radio-Active
Rocks in B. C.
An interesting report with re-
ATTEND
CTURE SHOW
PIONEER   HALL
HYDER, ALASKA
Wednesday, Nov. 15
ONE   OF   THE   BEST
OF   THE   SEASON	
pany, Limited, whose head office Kar(j to the discovery of radio-
is in Vancouver, reports that a active rock    comeg   from    the
telegraph   from   Quesnel    DamL      .  M  . ,.       ... ,    .
��� , ,, Campbell river, and is published
gives its placer gold production;
for nine working da>s as follows: iin the Cumberland Islander. It
Small sluice and two rockers in is stated that radium-bearing
six days last week, G51 ounces I'ocks have been found on Valdez
gold, valued at the mine at $11.-1 Island and that about 500 pounds
067, and two  days  this week, |of the rock have been  sent to
432ounchs with two additional';New York to the various hospi-
rockers, making the total value tala in the city> and after being
very finely crushed, has been
successfully used by application
to the body of a patient suffering
BUY   UNITS   IN
of   production   for   nine   days
'output, $18,411.
The company has a very substantial camp, and has recently from    rheumatism    and     like
maladies,
It is not known whether there
is sufficient radium in the rocks
on Valdez to work the deposits
commercially in the production
of radium, but if there is a demand for the rock for use in hos-
expectsan output of 30,000.000; ���jita!s in the raw stote- the peo-
pounda of copper this season.      i *)le interested in these deposits
  will   receive   some   returns for
The Nickle Plate at  Hedley is their work in trying to develop
started rushing the output, small
sluice  boxes  having just  been
i installed.
DIG COPPER
OUTPUT EXPECTED
The Granby Smelter comyany
Titan
Salmon River
Syndicate
running fuil blast.
the radio areas.
"-NEWELL ROOMS
VV.   L.   NEWELL,   Proprietor
Koml'ortable Furnished Rooms.    Barber Shop in Con-
pection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE.  1   LONG, 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
BILTMORE    HATS
THE MASTER HAT OF CANADA
JUST ARRIVED
LATEST  STYLES
IN	
MEN'S   HATS . .
Genuine Velo ra, in B ack,
Seal, llu;.' a, and Grey, including several ol In i   linea.
Call and ������������� them .   ���   ���
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Trites. International,   Premier Fraction, and Wood Fraction mineral claims
situate  in the   Portland  Canal   Mining
Division  of   Cassiar   District.    Where
located: East of Cascade creek. Salmon
river valley, British Columbia.
Take notice that I, Dalhy B. Morkill,
of Stewart, B.C., acting as   agent  for
A. B. Trites, Free Miners'  Certificate
No. 16311C, Premier Colli Mining Company, F. M. C. No. 53452C, intend sixty
j days from tbe date hereof, to  apply  to
' the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
I Improvements  for the purpose  of obtaining a Crown  Grant  of  the  above
I claims.    \n I further take  notice that
action, under section 85, must  be commenced   before   the   issuance   of such
Certilicate of Improvements.
Dated (his 14th dav of  September,
A.D. 1922. 24
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate of Improvement.
NOTICE
Sure Money, Sure Money No. 1.
Nouble ��> No. ti, Sbure and Money mineral claims, situated in the 17.rll.iiKi
i !ana] mining division of Cai 8iar listrict,
: Where located; On Upper Cascade
creek, Salmon river valley.
Take notice that I, Daly li.   Morkill
of Stewart,  B. C,   acting    as   agent
for   William   McGrew,   Free   M
c> rtificate   No,   63493,    and    I !hai lei
pie,    Free     Miners'    I
No. 53554C,   intend,   Bixty   days from
i i
Mining Recorder for a C< rtificati ol
Improvements, for the purpoae of ob*
ing a Crown Grant of the above
dann. And f irther take notice thai
actio) I ''���' ''""'
. ,  .,,,  bi fori   the   isauai ce  ol
i ertificate of Improvemi i
Dated tins 27th daj   of Sedten I
\ li   1922, --
STEWART
DRUG_STORE
Full  Line  of  Patent   Medicines
Toilet Articles, etc.
Prescriptions   Accurately
Dispensed
FRENCH PERFUME AND POWDER
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Op>n 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart. B. C.
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED DOREY
Manager
H. ZEFFERTT
SMITH   BLOCK
SII'VN W--
MIM-.KAl. AC I.
Certificate of Improvemi
, ICE.
"L ickj Fractional"   n    i
the  Port
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[nu rnational   Boui
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t. B.C., a      ��� l  '"'
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Ui   appl)   Ui ii i   M
for   a    cerUntaU  ol
i    the    puri
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I
TAXI
and
THICK
SEEV1CE
STKWAKT   NEWS   COMPANY
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One of the largest surface showings in the country
About one and one-half miles southeast of the
Premier Mine
EVERY DOLLAR YOU INVEST GOES  INTO
THE  GROUND
NO
HIGH   SALARIED
OFFICIALS
S. P. FITZGERALD
TRUSTEE
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
IT'S    NOT   BUSINESS
A calamity may happen to you tomorrow. You may die, be burnt out, or
become an invalid for life. Have you mada any provision against this? If not,
do it now. You cannot afford to wait another minute. Let one ofthe following
large companies carry the risk:
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO. QUEEN FIRE INSURANCE CO.
NATIONAL FIRE  INSURANCE CO.
NORTHERN     FIRE    INSURANCE    CO.
BRITISH   CROWN   ASSURANCE   CORPORATION   (FIRE)
CONFEDERATION    LIFE    INSURANCE    CO.
PACIFIC    MARINE    INSURANCE CO.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FDR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT.
H. W. M. ROLSTON, Agent
STEWART, B. C.
The only first-class and up to date hotel in the Portland
Canal district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.      Baths.       All the  conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    II.    TOLIN,        - Manager
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOB   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AM)   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD   AND    COAL
Dai I j Auto Btsift Berrlca i" Silver Heights, Camp 4, and Wej   Potato; leaving
i.-wuit I i in,. Mondayi tt I0a.ni   other days,
rnosh   rwo   [|]  i.it.so     iiikkk   [i] MOM
STEWART, a C. W.   J.   CRAWfORD,  Manager
Wellington   Lump  Coal
I'KR   ION    $16    DKI.IVKKKI)
LAWRENCE  &   WORKMAN
or   FRED   YOUNG
GLENN1ES*.   PRINCE   RUPERT
I OR   II I M,      CUT   I '"',M.|;,        poi    HV,|h
I leea >''i(i in dura * iil
STKWAKT   NKWS   COMPANY
;'
ll PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER   10,   1922
PROSPECTORS WANTED
ISKUT RIVER SECTION. FOUR REAL GOOD
MEN. FREE TRANSPORTATION TO OUTCROPS.     NEXT SPRING.     WRITE
-
REED, WRANGELL
OCEAN   VIEW HOTEL, Limited
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.0(1 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Manager     Tel.-l Long
MAN   THE   MASTER
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.   DANN,    Proprietor
Steam Heated Rooms      Comfortably Furnished      Baths
Drying Room       Dining Room
FIFTH   STREET STEWART
BRITISH COLUMBIA
He has harnessed the earth and its forces.
He has laughed at the might of the sea,
He has charted the stars in their course,
He has flown like a bird high and free;
His mind know* no sure limitation,
It measures the depths and the heights.
He's made himself Lord of Creatiou,
High Priest of its marvelous rites.
He has builded vast structures of wonder,
He has filled them with beautiful art,
He haa made him great cannon that thunder'
And music that touches the heart;
The desert has bloomed at his order.
The wild has obeyed his command.
From ultimate border to bordar
All nature lies under his hand.
He has tunneled deep under the rivers     ~"
And stricken the mountains in twain,
The star-sprinkled firmament quivers
With waves that are made by his brain;
So he dominates earth and its splendors,
But somehow, in spite of all that,
He WILL put on fancy suspenders,
Stiff collar, and hard derby hat!
100,000 SHARe$
JUNK   FROM   THE   SCRAP   PILE
Some   Newspapers   Call   It  Editorial
American
Mining and
Milling Co.
(LIMITED)
100,000   Shares of American Mining and Mining I ompw
Limited, are offered local investors at $1 PER SH ' I'l
In buying stock of this issue purchasers have the option of
ling their holdings within one year at $1 PER SH \l;r
This is your opportunity to share in the profits of the camp'i
next producing mine.
Don't be one of those that were just too late.    BUY TODAY
TERMS   OF   SALE-25  per  cent   with application
25 percent 30, 60, 90 days
Make all checks payable to American Mining  ai I Mi
pire.    It  is hard to  make
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows:  Placer Gold, $76,177,403;
Lode Gold, $105,557,977; Silver.   $55,259,485; Lead. $48,330 675;
Copper,   $166,393,488;   Zinc,  $21,884,531; Coal and Coke. $225,-
409,505; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $34,072,016; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,210,639; making its Mineral Production to the end of believe that her husband is safe
1921 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF ��734,259,619
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Provinoe
is stnkingly exhibited in the following* figures, which show tlie value j- , ,   , ���
of production for successive flve-y^ar periods:  For all years to 18W5,':,.,       ...   ., .,
.    ��� life.    Us the truth,
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,-]   The  Prince   Rupert    Empire
534,474; for live years, l'Jll-1915, $142,072,603;    f0r five   years, ,says "It is proposed  to change
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1921, $28,066,641. ! Christmas day  to  the   first  of
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $336,502,897     !April."   The   editor   ought  to
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, anil change his brand.
The world is a comedy to those;    Only a watch repairer can keep j
who think���a tragedy to those his eye on a timepiece and still
who feel. ! tend to business.
Some men don't get up in the Scotland is reported to have
j world until they have been an inadequate coal suppiy, but
J knocked down a few times. there is no intimation that the
j    One  half  the   world  doesn't diatillerief are not running.
! know how the other half  lives.     Yes,   Carrie,   there   wiil   be
| But that isn't the fault of the P^nty of  coal   in   British  Col-
nosey tribe. umbia  this  winter.   The ques-
A wife is like a baseball um- ti,,n is> *���" lhere be cash enough
ner to buy  it ?
G-O-O-D  N-l-G-H-T
when he is out.
Have you ever noticed that as !    The following was handed the
soon as a single man  gets mar- News obituary editor:
Winter is here, I know it i-.
For hills ancl vales nre white:
Bears have goM into their holes
And warbled a fond ii\>t��t-iiiKht.
H. W. M.  ROLSTON
AGENT,   -   STEWART, li. C.
WHY    PAY    RENT?
Buy a IiOt in Stewart for $30 and own your
home.   The last chance to Ketone price
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
AGENT,   -   -   STEWART, B.C.
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospec
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land arc open (or pins-;
peoting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees1
lower than those of any oth*r Province in the Dominion,  or any
C.oiuny in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained bv developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed hy drown (.rants.
Full information, together with  Mining Reports and  Map*,  ma\
Vie obtained gratis by addressing
THE HOW.THE MiNlSTT.it OP MINI'S, Victoria, British Columbia
"In the world war 1 received
$1.10 a day for stopping bullets
and lhe first bullet that I stopped
A lost my job," said a returned
man, the other day.
My Bonnie lies over the ocean;
My Bonnie lies over the sea.
My
for
When a man starts coming
home late for dinner a women
gets suspicious of her husband.
It is when he starts coming bOSM
early to dinner that a man gets
susiiicious of his wife,
Steamer,  sailing   between   Seattle,   Victoria. Vancouver, Pow.-I! '��� We8Bi       on ^ liul(.  (1;i]
River Ooew halls. Swanson Bay. Prince Rupert, Anyox,   Stewart  Hai,.imek wilh kn#M  u���
Canadian National Railmaqs
(IRANI)   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAY
Bonnie   ate  toadstools
mushrooms
Oh,   bring   back   my   Bonnie
to me.
:   ��yw.fl��^rnrip��m��wajkrui
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
\IIIV.r*   lion.   I'lllM.I    III  I'Kit I
THURSDAYS AND SUNDAYS AT TWELVE. MlDNlCHT, I OR
VANCOUVER.       VICTORIA,       SUATII.I.
AND   INTLltMEDlAlK   POINU
Hto.M    HtlNrK    Kl I'hlll    1-OK   STKWAIU
8  MIh  EVERi   SAHJUDAY
Train Servi.��
PA!- .     DA1LV, IA-UP1 AY, at �� 00  p.u. ,
(Miiiiii��.r��, i'i una Qeer��*, Mnuinton ����d Wioniptg, weeing
(.on- foi un \,.., . - i ., ��� mid la
i      .  untie Steamship aail rfurtbei information, apply to
Mi,;,!-rati..) l.'iiiik I'aiiln:   A,/< i.i   IM    ���,*���   A.
ght and I'- I'm
With   thy   rolled    down   hilkeii
hose.
And    thy     short,    tram-pment
clothes,
With   thy   red    lips,    rt-ihh w**
more,
-*ii,'ami with lipstick   from  U.i-
sto
With tb-> make-up OR th) lace,
Aid th>   bobbed  ban-  jaunt)
tr$ee,
reen my heart I five tbee joy
n ai I v.** born a bo>.
Hit ii. a/e j si M ii,any sides
boll, A muni t��< an argument wln-i. tt ||
'���   I   ' ....
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wi
The Natural Wealth of Canada
Grain
Northwest was * barren waste only forty-
years ago.   Today, tn a thousand-mile belt
THE
odd
across tlie three prairie provinces, is one ot the great
est grain-producing areas m the world, lor the y*'-*r
1921 the total value of the wheat, oats, barley -md
rye produced throughout Canada was estimated by
the Government at #432,984,750.
The Bank oi Montreal has a service adapted R> die
needs ot tlu; iarmer and a system oi btanches reauv
ing to all districts.
BANK OF MONTREAL
EstablUrusd over 100 years
d
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