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 THE NEWS WILL KEEP
V()l POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF TUB
MlNi;S-$5.00 THE YEAR.
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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.
4
VOL. 3. NO. 36
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY 3,   1922
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
liUPERT WANTS
GROUNDHOG COAL
|gy Branch Railway to G.
T. P.���Sending Delegation to Ottawa'
The Prince Rupert board of
trade recently forwarded to the
Stewart Citizens' association, for
endorsation, a number of resolutions which are being taken to
Ottawa by a delegation, composed of one representative of
the Rupert city council, two
from the Rupert board of trade.
and Fred Stork, M. P. It being
the intention of this delegation
to take tlie various questions up
with the proper authorities there
before the estimates are made
[upfor the .orthcoming session
The communication was dealt
I with in a full meeting of the executive. The first resolution
read requested the government
to approach an already established steamship company with a
ve.v to having such company inaugurate a fait passenger and
freight ervici betwe.n Prints
Ripert ami the Orient; and that
such steamship company be
granted a mail contract and attractive docking facilities in
Prince Rupert; also that the gov-
portant of all, a railway branch
line is requested into the Ground
Hog coal fields from a point on
the G. T. P. It was around this
question that'a long discussion
ensued in the executive meeting.
Outside this one point there
was not one thing in the whole
of the Rupert board of trade
communication that affected the
Stewart in the least, and every
angle of the situation was fully
gone into. Finally it was decided to endorse the Rupert
resolution provisionally. The
provision being well set out in
the following letter of reply that
was sent by the secretary; the
resolutions and questions referred to therein were the outcome of the meeting.
A number of other matters
were also included in the Rupert
resolutions, but are too numerous
and not of sufficient interest to
publish.
Stewart, B.C., Jan. 25, 1922.
C. V. Evitt, Secretary Board of Trade,
Prince Rupert:
Dear Sir: Your favor of January 12
received and contents noted. On January 23 the executive committee met and
adopted the following resolution:
"That in reply to the communication
from the Prince Rupert board of trade,
our position be outlined as follows:
as-,
. . STEWART  LOCAL   NEWS . .
Remember St. Patrick's dance.
The busy little fly has put in an
appearance.   Swat it.
The Hyder Transfer are operating a tri-weekly service to the
Premier mine.
Thirty-seven years ago "Dad"
Mitchell was a member of the
Northwest Mounted Police.
Mr. and Mrs. William Newell
expect to leave on the John this
week for a weeks business trip
to Vancouver.
Rev. Edwin Moss, late rector
of St. Mark's church, arrived
safely in England and is visiting
his old home on Hamilton road,
Brighton.
Herb McEwen, who was confined to his colonial palace for
about ten days with lagrippe, is
up and can again say "hello" to
his many friends.
A new consignment of Songs, Musio
and Records at Stewart News Co.
That smile on Charlie Knipple's
upper stope is not due to business being good, but to the fact
that he is "Father."
I. N. Hougland, proprietor of
the King Edward grill, says the
axiom, "We eat to live, and live
to eat," is a good one; but in
'order to live you must find a
place to eat, and that place is the
King Edward grill.
Little Beatrice Horstman was I
taken to the hospital this morning as a result of an accident
while tobogganing at school, by
which she suffered a bad cut on
the under part ofthe upper right
arm. This necessitated Dr.
Chace putting 12 stitches in it.
A Scotchman, living about ten
and one-third miles from the
Portland ccanal,   states that the
"Sicknessin the office, "caused j News had no business to publish
by too much sunshine, not moon-1 the  short   editorial note  about 	
shine, is the reason this family  Burns,   the  poet,   as it was not j construction during the coming
Several railroad officials are expected in on the next boat.
Howard Campbell is looking
after the Newell rooms and cigar
store during the absence of Mr.
and Mrs. Newell.
One week from next Tuesday
is St. Valentine's day. Bet a
stack of hot cakes that some poor
simp will send his photo to this
printing palace.
A million dollar check, issued
by the Standard Oil company,
has been lost. We advise local
merchants not to cash it, if presented, as payment has been
stopped on same.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mahood
leave on the John for an extended
business and pleasure trip south.
Mr. Mahood will spend the greater
part of his time on business in
Vancouver, while Mrs. Mahood
will visit her father in California.
Captain James Anderson, vice-
president of the Silverado Mining company, was in Spokane
recently interviewing Riblet
Bros,   in   connection   with   the
BE AWAKE AT
THE BIG SWITCH
Many Mining and Financial
Men Will Visit Portland
Canal This Summer
journal did not reach its million I the truth.    The article  was en
of readers until two days late.      ! tirely correct.    If the critic will
W. Tooth was over the   begin- read Burns' biography   he   will
ning of the week   and   reported learn many other things about
l. The Stewart Citizens' association that up to the time of leaving the the brightest  and   finest  mind
will endorse certain  proposals of the metropolis on the boundary line,  that Scotland produced
Prince Rupert board of trade, providing  neither   fr0J?s or   robins had put '
that body endor-.es certain  proposals of   .
1 in an appearance.
summer of a one and one-half
mile aerial tram for the Silverado
mine.
The eastern money barons are
looking for new fields for investment. The oil boom has flickered
out, and the promoters of inflam-
able liquid and get rich quick
companies are finding few suckers. Money is getting easier for
investment���especially in mining
���and judging by the inquiries,
received lately by citizens of
Stewart, about the Portiand
Canal mineral zone, many financial and mining men from the
east, and from across the pond,
will visit this northern belt
within the next two months.
Lately several big deals have
been put through, and a number
are now pending. In the meai -
time "mums" the word; but
keep your optics on Stewart and
the Portland Canal.   'Nuf ced.
PREMIER   SHIPMENTS
the Stewart Citizens' association.
emment establish ���   government l    2. We ask an immediate  abatement
merchant marine freight service |of the extortionate and discriminatory
out of Rupert.   The communica-
tion  went  on   to   point out the
present facilities in  Prince  Rupert for such services.
For Sale���Knitting Machine, with all
accessories. Price S25. Apply Sttwart
News Company. 35
steamship rates now in effect, and that
rates between all points served by the
G, Tr P. boats be made uniform and
equitable.
3. Stewart desires to be served by the
PREMIER   PHENOMINAL    RECORD
CORRECTION
  The article appearing in The News last week under
The next request made was for Naval wireless telegraph sen ice instead the above heading should read:    "According to an estimate  compiled   by an independent  and authoritative
This is a phenominal record,  in
ii      , ������__���    ___.hl.    i*    nf th. present wire system.
coal bunkers to be established to ' ,*    ...   ...    ._ 	
4    We recommend that the following , .      *._,.-, -._,_,
supply deep sea and coastwise clHU8e be 8ubst.tuted for the part of source, the Premier mine shippep approximately one
slipping.     An  estimate of  the paragraph 8 of thaboard of trade re-      ������������      ounce8 0f silver, and twenty-five thousand ounces
.   * . L      |      port relating to a branch railroad to the   lUmiU-i uuttiu*
������nount of business  these  bunk- ^^^ cual neld.:    - We U1-K, that of gold during 1921. 	
���n. could do was given. ,,,-mediat, -*-**�� *"�� view of the fact that all this ore had to be hauled 17
I he construction   in    Prince ^ -^ ���nd ,hat the moit feMiWa miles __,__ . very bad wagon road, and the mill was not
Rupert of a grain elevator was and economical route for transportation, understood  that  a
Id-nqunudj the *t*t **** -< ***** ��*- �����**TJ*\& V"**"" "" '^        .   *___    V   ""*"
���nm the -���,��� s SSSJBSI ���'"' * '       'dividend haa already been declared.	
Was pointed OUt   in    support   of      Fair markets for ores and metals are
of the G. T. P. fr<
I this.
The construction of an  hotel
of the utmost importance to mining de
Valopment   In   the   area  tributary    to
Mrs.   Tolin   is
suffering from i    A   new    brewery   started   in
WBe7Btt"pe*~We hare no definite| tn mfected linger,   the outcome ; Stewart Wednesday    February.
at
the
This is h joke.
The Crawford Transfer expect
the steamer Chilliwack in about
������"���ihe accommodation  of pas-j proposal at this time bul  will lend
t_ heartv suunoit to any well considered U1 a 3C>
Fi"1"- connection with the |KJwt,��omji��� to free our mining     Bert    Wing,    contractor
Tratis-Facitie   service   was   alsoM���du_try from present restrictive eon- gwtmp   ���>������,,_   arrived   on 	
inC'U,led- 'd'Mole" farmers and... rs will inhabit) Pachena this week,  and  left on j the end of the  week with a ship-
mur for Anyox. ment of black diamonds.
other words, w..e���ev,r transportation,     Horn   To Mr. and Ml*. Charles |    G, 1). B. Turner, a well known
and markets allow them a fair margin
���V lumber  assembly   dock   at *,r'm7e" "i._p.rt'���   tributary   territorj  A
[Prince Rupert, for the purpose wkene*e_ ���*����� esa **** " ,my "rinl
of
......       . ,|oth.r woroe. wnenever ��.*���-���-�� ,     twrn   To Mr. and Mrs. Charles
MMStiai  in the assembly of
plots, was also included.
The necessity for proper moor- ^uu;llie fuUlwl.tu.,, of   Prince  Ku- Jaiiuarv ;;0   a daughter.
*nand shelter for small deep ��**%'*commercial lu.isci     ���>'������  i"" ��� ..
P*  WUm   craft   to   be   CO*. gma ************ yo" tobby ��     Gilbwt   Ma"��y      ! ,
,tr���(Ma,V .ak...K U. ""-wa w,l. *****  J*, lh,   ..IVi,,ier   during   the
m*M at Seal Cove. lhiuliutie wp|wrt  at  how sod i��� .    , , ,,i| leave forVa..couver
**��� advisability   of   utilizing baldy ������.,��-,e respectful Ms*   week and will leave        -
the nm    ,    ' uon.oiheUon.mion pwliameni m at onthiJohn.   It is reported that
bH   Prmee  Ruptrtdry        hl,ull.muud, if it .how. -om.
dov* it
K"!' Knipple at the Stewart general j mining engineer of Victoria, has
-^jsaryrtr- -**��.... th. .ft.--,��� -\**t to, *.* .��. .*��***
absence of six weeks he will return to the Portland Canal district to look after his mining interests on Glacier creek.
"Business is picking up," is
what merchants,   holelmen   snd
P-- ent
i<M:^ and shipbuilding plant for recognition of the prime
ueUing ap settlement In your  tribu-
During the week the Premier has shipped out about
2000 tons of ore; about 600
going out on the Amur, Monday last, and 1400 on the
Anyox today. The ore estimated to be worth from $100
to $400 per ton: it being reported that no ore worth less
than $100 per ton is going
over the tram. The concentrates are reported to
have been averaging around
$500 per ton.
The conveyor across the
dock has, until this week,
been giving considerable
trouble, but this difficulty has
now about been overcome.
Cold weather has also
brought difficulties in the
bunkers, the ore there freezing and becoming a solid
mass. On several occasions
it was found necessary to
bore holes through the bottom and blast it loose with
dynamite.
With  two shifts  working'
the tram, about 300 tons of
ore   per    day   are   brought
down, necessitating   an   ore
boat about every   live days.
the
construction of
other ei
railway cars
up.-.-
���,, <0,,ty of; he will not return alone
The Exchange grill has during others say
"'I'lipmeiit.
Ths co
nstruction of lour branch
th "I  the   (J   j>   p
111;
Manager Schwanter
t^y territory by seseeireat-r P~J^L """",, chwgfd its nan.,, and j of the Hotel Stewart, states that
tion to taepswuer ia the vital matters w i��� future as Jake's W. Dann   must   be   doing some
iLmwkmtM aad tfsneporUtwm retee.       w,    b_ known in luiurt <t. .ta
of markets end trans, ^    proprietor   <-">��   -*" *��>-   �����������   wo,k   on   lhe
|nd if bis  pairoi. -ah   outside,   as   every boat brings a
ami call it th
Mr. (irant Mahoed, mi i  ut "ur i.ll(,
     one   Into aM��iUvecommitted, wiUbeiu ��up-rt
���ttj one 60  nnles   uo   -. and aa. be*, sshsd ** ***- "'" l"""1 "
*lC0D__.rri yoTtlmMmsttersof mutual interest.  jjreU_lt. lh,s even
e^'|tpe. riven arid   one   into/
*u*��rt lake
Hut lhe nioial un-  Asaociatkm.
You,, t... p.-Kic.,  ii***r* jeiecafi
large   number   ol   guests to thei
Hume away from Home."
Metal Market
The following were the quotations on January 30:
Copper, steady, 13.34 to 14;
later 14.
Silver, foreign bar, tiOi.
Lead, steady; spet, 4.90to4 80.
Zinc, i|uiet; 4.55 to 4.0U.
Keep on tap si. Patrick's day
best dance of the season.
'High Grade Rawhider'
Harry Reid of the Hyder
Transfer Co., is in his element,
rawhiding high grade ore down
from the Silverado. Harry is
never happier than when so employed, and whenever work of
this nature looms up he is after
it like a coyote after a rabbit. It
was he who rawhided the first
ore down from the Premier mine,
bringing down in all some 200
tons. Last summer he packed
ore down from the Fish creek
mine.
Annual Meeting
The   annual   meeting   of   the
i
: Women's Auxiliary to St. Mark's
church, was   held   on   Tuesday,
'January 24. at the home of Mrs.
, Clothier.    Minutes of   the   pre-
i vious meeting were read and
adopted. A report of the annual meeting   of   the Caledonia
I Diocese Women's Auxiliary, held
; at Prince Rupert, last September,   was   also    read.   Officers
i were then elected for this year:
Mrs. H. P. Gibson, president;
Mrs. Roy Clothier, vice-president;
Mrs, W. H. Watson, secretary;
Mrs. a. McLeod, treasurer. It
was decided to hold the meetings
on the last Tuesday in each
month; the next one to take
place at the home of the president, Mrs. Gibson, at 2:30 p.m.
Yesterday a middle aged man,
after visiting a certain store,
started homeward with a parcel
under his arm, and when almost
in front of the old Frizzell meat
shop the parcel dropped, and
these sad word-- nuf uttered,
"Hy Jove, I've broken my
laundry." PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   3,   1922
The Portland  Canal News
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OP    CANADIAN    WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION-
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, $7.
No Advertising Accepted for First Page
GROUND   HOG  RAILWAY
t****m*m*m	
who have been over tha country in question, that such a trail is perfectly feasible.
This  trail, as suggested, would run
north  from  a suitable point on or near
Meziadin lake, up Hanna creek, crossing
the outlet to Bowser lake, continue up the
valley  of the north fork or Bell Irving
river, crossing that stream at the forks, it
would swing east a distance of about 10
miles, and join the Yukon Telegraph trail
at a point approximately 110 miles south
of Telegraph creek, or an estimated total
distance from Stewart of 200 miles.   This
is allowing a margin of 10 miles; but in
order tc be on the safe side allow another
20, and call the total distance 220 miles,
in all a margin over the real estimate, 30
miles.   All that would be necessary is the
brushing out and repairing of the Telegraph trail and the old trail from here to
the Bowser lake outlet and the construction of the link up the Bell Irving river, a
distance of about 40 miles; all of which would be
easy of construction.    The most difficult country
already having been traversed between Meziadin
and Bowser lakes, and also the Bear river glacier,
which is only for a short distance.
Such a route affords good feed for pack horses
in the summer, and could be used to advantage in
the winter with dog teams; and will facilitate the
development of the vast mineral wtallh known to
exist in the Bowser and Brightwell lake sections;
also the Unuk and the Iskut river districts.
In addition giving access to the agricultural
lands of the Naas and affording a good winter outlet for Telegraph creek.
Mowhere in British Columbia can so much
natural wealth be opened up for exploration and
development as by the construction of this 40-mile
link up the Bell Irving river and the putting into
repair of existing trails.
[Note���Next week the branch south to Alice
Arm will be dealt with.���Editor. ]
W&$&,
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THE communication received recently
by the Stewart Citizens' Association from
the Prince Rupert Board of Trade was very
interesting and covered a large number of
questions, none of which affected Stewart
in the slightest, except that item which
asked for the endorsation of Rupert's request for the construction of a branch line
from the G. T. P. into the Ground Hog
coal fields and for their development.
This came not at all as a surprise, for
we can not blame our Rupert friends for
being on the job for their own town; but
it was rather like asking a man to burn
down his own house, in order to enable the
other fellow to have a better view from his
own front verandah.
The stand taken by the executive of
the Stewart Citizens' Association, supporting development of the coal fields, but
that the matter of the route to be followed
by a railway from there be left to impartial engineers, and if a railway is constructed that it follow the most feasible
and economical route is the only fair and
logical reply.
If it is easier and more economical to
ship coal from the Ground Hog out by way
of the G. T. P. to Rupert, instead of via a
railway to Stewart, then it is in the public
interest that such should be done; but if,
and we believe that such will prove to be
the case, it is found more economical to
ship the coal out via Stewart, then there is
no justification for the Rupert demand.
British Columbia is today pauperized	
by railways built to satisfy voters, and in I        T|,e Halifax reporter assigned to investigate a
view of this experience   we   feel certain j haunted house has no doubt had previous ��xp��-ri-|
that Mr. Stork will not lend his support toience waiting for the "ghost to walk."
any railway project that disregards the
essential principals of business in favor of
the club of the voter.
NOTE  AND  COMMENT
The financial experts might confer with the
dentists regarding a painless method of extracting
taxes.
All young fish are cannibals, more or less,
eating each other. Eat more fish and there will
be fewer marine cannibals.
Honest poverty should be respected and not
scorned. It was in the homes of the lowly that
we found Christ when upon the earth.
The proposal to divide Alaska into two districts is receiving a coid reception. It might take
the entire population to fill the offices.
Illinois farmers purpose reducing their corn
acreage this season and devote more ground to
cultivating beans. With a few more porker, on
the side they shall not want.
Last week, William McCormack, teller in the
Royal Bank, Saskatoon, stole $4;i8f*. 15 and  got a
TELEGRAPH   CREEK   TRAIL
OUR   editorial   last   week  entitled ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
"Trail System," dealt with a system of j government job for six months.   The n*Hmi is
trails SO located as to be easily Converted an encouragement for others to do Ukawi.e.
into wagon roads, which would have for
their purpose the development of the large | S JgW ART        NEWS      CO.
mineralized area l^ing between Alice Arm | _     _
and the Iskut river; and at the same time
II. P. GIBSON  Proprietor
giving nrvvBH to the agricultural lands of
the Naas valley, as well aa affording a
winter  outlet  for  the  Telegraph creek
district. m
During the oaai week we have more 	
closely investigated this nortlwin trail, and ^^ Ageut lor tH~ Imped* I   i..im<��.. i .��.<h|mii>
find on infl����ry�� from three itfertnt men,' und Cnniiti Bi*-��h> Una* i
Ganong's  and   Lownev's   t:hocolate��
Stationary       China       Library
All tbe Very Latest    Music and Record*
Service For The Thrifty
Thrift is a habit that should be cultivated
not merely to make provision for the future, but because of a desire for advancement and full achievement, and for the
sturdy independence, the happiness and
the contentment that it brings.
The Bank of Montreal co-operates with
the thrifty by means of a Savings Department in every one of its Branches throughout Canada.    In this Department a Savings Account may be started with any sum
from One  Dollar upwards.   Interest at
highest current rates is paid on all savings
deposits.
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED  MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch: L- S. WH1TTAKER,  Manager.
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYaM NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT--
Best A;--
^^^^^^^^^^ 8ortm*>nt
of Fresh Meats in town. Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
PROFESSIONAL  CARDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C Land Surveyo,
8TBWART, B. C.
DR. ALFRED H. BAYNE
Dental Sur^on,    PRINCE RDPft,
HKLCERSON
BLOCK
CLOTHIER & BAKER
ASSAYERS
Stewart.
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Alaska
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ASSAYER
ALASKA
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
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lAtla fur bull- in til parti ol town
Lilting* uf uro|'a>i lit* fur *ial~ vtftted
STEWART LAND CO., LTD.
1 Ifth8t, Ht��waii  I.'
If in The New* it ia ao.   If in anoint r |��antr, U in So So
�� PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   FEBRUARY   3,   1922
THE HOUSE OF  BARGAINS
EVERYTHING FROM A NEEDLE
TO AN ANCHOR
Gold Mining
in Manitoba
Possibilities of  This  Province Are Excellent
Lillooet Mine
Will Operate
Stamp Mill  Has  Recently
Been Installed
Our Groceries are Absolutely
Pure and Fresh. Will stand the
acid test. Assay 16 ounces to
the pound.   Nuf Ced
With ore running to $13 a ton
in gold, and enough tonhage in
sight  to yield  profits   to    the
amount of $231,200, is a conclusion  reached   by   Professor De
Lury after a  lengthy  examination of the Bingo gold   mine   at
Herb lake,   northern   Manitoba.
He finds that the possibilities of
this province are excellent, and
he thinks the chances are bright
for developing a body that will j
give up gold to the value  of $8,-
000,000.   This figuring is on one
claim of the group of three, and
deals with the depth and length
of the vein   of  1000  feet.   The
mining costs are heavy, and may
reach $30 a ton, but even at this
the profit is $100 a ton.   He recommends further development
in the way of sinking to the 300-
foot level and drifting 1000 feet,
at a cost of $50,000.   Should this
be done and the ore body stand
up as expected it will, then more
capital   will   be    required    for
At a meeting of the Anderson
Lake Mining company, Lillooet,
held recently, the directors decided to commence working operations immediately at their
mine, in which all operations
were suspended at the outbreak
of the war. A stamp milling
plant has been installed and a
crew of men put to work preparing the plant for renewed activity.
Hyder Transfer Co.
H.   L.   REID   and   LOUIS   LEGG,   Props.
SADDLE   AND   PACK  HORSES
COAL   AND   WOOD
See us for Teaming Contracts      Prompt Deliveries
King Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
Gold Mining in
British Columbia
That British Columbia, in the
field of gold mining, has recovered its pre-war stride is reflected by statistics compiled by
the Dominion of Canada assay
office" For a oonsiderable period
gold mining was affected by high
production cost, making it practically prohibitive to mine the
valuable ore. This year, however, expenses took a drop, with
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
Give  us  a  trial.    If you
like us, COME AGAIN
FRED DOREY
Manager
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Salmon River
Trading Coy
equipping the mine with modern , lhe result that properties which
1 machinery for production. It is j had keen temporarily abandoned
a most comprehensive report, not j Wt,re reopened. Judging byre-
only of the Bingo, but of the j suitg t-ecorcle<i at the govern-
Herb Lake in general, and con-., ment office *n Vancouver the
firms in many ways other reports production of gojd <_urjng 1921
by mining men. That the camp Vvus much in excess of that in
is a veritable gold area is proven 11920. The gold comes not only
ito a greater extent by this j f,-orn British Columbia, but also
report than by any similar report. J f rom the Yukon. There has
������ ��� ! been a substantial increase in the
mNEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   ISarber Shop in Con-
nection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.     Solo Tables
PHONE. I LONG. 1 SHOUT, 1 LONG
STEWART PHARMACY-
GBOHOH A. FRASER
Proprietor
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN-BE A MAN
We can Clothe Grandfather, Father, Young Men and
Younger Young Men.   Come in and get dolled up
H. ZEFFERT, cmith   ri OCK.        STEWART,   B.C.
amount of gold bullion deposited
at the Canadian assay office at
Vancouver during the ten
months ending October 31, 1921,
compared with the corresponding period of last year, the figures for ten months of this year
being $2,569,976.25, and for thejZ
same period in 1920, $1,808,970.51
an increase of $761,005.76. For
the month of October last year,
gold receipts were $512,265.30,
as against $228,276.05 for October. 1920.
WANTED
Wishing a Lot in Stewart on which to
eventually build business premises. The Portland
Canal News will trade a lot in a choice'resi-
dential section of Oak Bay, Victoria, for one in
Stewart. The basis of such a trade to be the
assessed valuation of the properties.
Address all communications to
PORTLAND CANAL NEWS
STEWART,    B. C
SMITH   BLOCK,
NEXT   DOOR   HANK   OF   MONTREAL
Stewart
Look nt the map ��i British Columbia
���miIi an unbiased mind. Roughly Vancouver i. HO ii'dea iro*" u"' b-4,"c'
l-oiut in tlu- Peace Kiver country that
in reai-ln d in -a'*' mih-a '*������"" *,*-w-rl'
���ahit-h ia the natural outlet tSS lt"'
���halt northern ami .-aatcrn interior.
Nearly every settle! la ih* ******
Itiver diatnct ia talking of rail*a>
luinmuiiuation with the coaat.
Shaking in broad   ******   **��**   ���*������*'
ilnrty-two   million,   of   met**   >>[    l,ie
l.-ac. Kivei ill-tricl ailualeil vulhlu th>
-���ouiidari.a  of   Knliah   1 ..luml.ia,    ai.<!
morn thai  forty unlliona of aerea   with
11. the i'lovmc. of Alberta, moat   ut   it
batM   auilabl.   agriciiiiinal   Iai"'    -"���
mui-d fanning Bl    ranching.    In   SOW
Hon there la a vaat ana III mineral and
innl-ar r-aourcea, Hie .-lent -.1 Hrhlafe W
"idy beginning Ut ue ri _il��wl
UftMMa U< |<o-ii- "i  """" -' "'
have been locata*. anil tin    |.ieaid-nl "<
me I', a.,   River   Iloai.l   ol   Tl��ds   ���
authority f..i Hie   alal-mml   that   this
~til ortiai ki*M*t  "������'��� -'��� ""��>'*"���""���
..i
a.��uiuiiva np|��raliitn *<*** ��
,arrl���i ������ m connection   with  oil  and
.j-wdyaurtUnfr-uluhav. ...���.-. <>>
tamed.   Th.oliaand.aral ���    Jta
depthof about  MX-,-.	
aud  .nough   i ��tig.t ih   ***"
p��.l  H.ur-d thai th. '
Sondarful .stent    Th.r. ��   ������
adanc.-l natural I
Th -.rcultivetio   alpr��Mmt
I. eel)   al >  800.000  set**  and th.
JbJut. u    Th. first gran  ��� ������   ���"
^uf\h�� country tbrHynr. ago, ��j
I ���, ,._, .���... mill -uah-li
~{ " ; '
,. gverscs a*
��� '���"""���
well adapted I  I �������� 	
.llkinua. (.-.H.-lall)   m*S��
Ui    r.a��*abta  I W
HI
..mi ktraiii, that wtll
be. '
Fleecing the Public
The manner in which the public are fleeced in the promotion of
bogus mining companies was well
illustrated by the estate of the
late W. H. Irvine, of North Vancouver. The estate included
460,000 shares in mining companies promoted in the United
States, the value of which is
not live cents.
King Edward Hotel
STEWART.   ���   B.   C.
HEADQUARTERS   FOR   MINING   MEN
IN   PORTLAND   CANAL   DISTRICT...
. . .YOUR   COMFORT. . .
FIRST CONSIDERATION
EUROPEAN PLAN
. .$1.00 PER DAY. .
W.    H.    TOLIN,
Manager
Canadian National
Welcome News
One of the most   welcome   announcements   made   for   a long
lime is the prospective reduction
in the price of iron and steel.
GRAND   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
MINERAL At T.
Certificate of In,i roV.fl.MtB,
Nil I ICE.
Mayb>-e min.raJ claim, situate
in the Portland Canal mining diviswn
Of I'aiMar district Wher. located:
West bank AfO.ril I
Take nun..  Ubatt i, P 8. Jack, actio*
UMMll UM      I     Wanllav.    BUaWt,
���f  iLu-w..   ��f   Suwart    B.( ,.   I*.;-
Miner'.       ...nlicat.       No.       bA.ilM
inlend, aixly       dsM        [fOlO the
,iaU-   l.cre..f, to   a|ml> Ui    lhe   Mining
Recorder foi  al'eililnal.   of ISBnoV,
mwU, for th. purpo -    "I   ulnammga
down Oram of th. above i lain*..
And furtb.r Uk. noUc that sction,
���n,l.i ...Hon  -���,   BIU.I
:, for, tha iu !        ''' arwftcat.
t Iii.i.i"-
I,_,,-.I   thia    l��t   day   of   September,
\  1-   li
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River. Ocean Falls, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewurt
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
BAILING! from PRINCE RUPERT
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON BAY, OCEAN   FALLS,   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
I ROM    PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   S1EWART
P. M. Jan. fi, 19, Feb. 2, 10. March li, 10, 30
Tl mu Service:
i,K'i    MONDAY,   v\IDMM��AY  am. SATURDAY   ut 11.15a.in.
for
Kniillisra, Prinoa Ceorge, Edmonton and Winnipeg, making -.u-tci
i'iiiiin-clhiii.-  Im   uj.  Quints  lust and Suulh.
1-ui Allantic Steamship sailings orl'urther information, apply   to
ttuy Urami Trunk Pacific  Agent, or lo (J. A. McNicholl, Assistant
General Freight ami Passeiigei Agenl, Prince Ruperl, B. C, PCTUND  CANAL   NEWS,   STCWAK.   B. C  TODAY.   FEBHUARI  3.   ��
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The },Iineral 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 exnibited in the 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; f0r five years,
1916-1920. $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospecting. ' l-'i'lamRW
The mining laws of this Province are more liber?.! 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, VictoriaJBritish Columbia.
UP   TO   NOW
OCEAN   VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local Distributor Silver Spring Beer
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Furnished Baths
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      $1 OO      A      DAY
The   McDonnell   Hotel
MAIN STREET,   HYDER, ALASKA
A comfortable home for Miners, Prospectors, Tourists,  Travelers
Electric Lights      Baths      Pool
Soft Drinks      Tobaccos
FADDY    MODONNELL    -    -   -    -     Proprietor
Comer Auto Transfer  between stewart
and Jitney Service ....       AN�� hyder
DAY   AND   NIGHT
Author Refuses to Reveal His Identity
Sing a song of six pence,
Cases full of rye;
Four and twenty Yankees
When the case was opened,
The Yanks began to sing���
"To hell with Yankee Doodle,
"But God Save the King."
THEM   WUZ   THE   DAYS"
When I think of the towel���the old fashioned towel-
That used to hang up by the printing house door,
I think that nobody in these days of shoddy
Could hammer out iron to wear as it wore.
The comp who first used }t. the tramp who abused it,
The devil who used it when 3hese two were done;
The make-up, the foreman, the editor (poor man),
Each rubbed some dirt off, while they put a heip on.
In, over and under, 'twas blacker than thunder,
'Twas harder than poverty, rougher than sin;
From the roller suspended, it never was bended,
But flapped on the wall like a banner ef tin.
It grew thicker and tougher, harder and rougher,
And daily put on a more inkier hue,
'Til one windy morning, without any warning,
It fell on the floor and was broken in two.
1
TRAPPERS!
For Yam Convenience
SHUBERT
Has Opened a Depot at
VANCOUVER
- BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
ytayyutr /2<-f says:
trr*&U*2l   tfZriell  <ta*U^U3
/^NCE more "SHUBERT'
w
OanHfta
LlLli
THE   QUITTER
You're "sick of the gane."
Well, now, that's a shame!
You're young and you're brave
and you're bright.
You've had a raw deal,
I know, but don't squeal,
Buck up, do your  darndest  and
fight!
It's the pluggingaway
That will win you the day.
So don't be a piker, old pard;
Just draw on your grit;
It's so easy to quit-
It's keeping your chin up that's
hard.
Everything has gone down except paper and envelopes. Thev
are stationery.
The girl who wishes she had
been born a boy will never make
a good wife���she will want to
wear the pants.
A man will promise a woman
or baby anything to keep them
qu'et. Sometimes he delivers
the goods in the case of the baby.
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hotel
H. COMER, Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
NOTARY   PUBLIC
STEWAKT,     -   -    -     B. C.
.   Wm.   FRASER
BuildsngContractor
Estimates Furnished --   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD   AN D   COAL
STEWART, B. C.
W.   J.   CRAWFOUD,   Manugei
The difference between a young
man and a young woman is that
the younir man likes to boast ol
being over 20 years, while the
young woman wishes to be considered under 20.
THE FASHION  MARKET
The Fashion market fluctuates
Around the female shape,
Its operations are controlled
By corset strings and tape,
And mv impressions wh( n I view
The present styles are strong
That all quotations as to skirts
Are  short,  and bills are long
Social reform is not to be secured by noise and shouting; by
complaint and denunciation; by
the formation of parties or the
making of resolutions; but by the
awaking of thought and the progress of ideas.
The Le^al Gent
If a man were to give another
an orange he would simply say.
"I give you this orange." But
when the transaction is entrusted to a lawyer to put in
writing he adopts this form: "I
hereby give and convey lo you,
all and singular, my estate and
interests, right, title, claim, and
advantages of and in said orange,
together with all its rind, pulp
and pips, and all rights and advantages therein, with full power
;o bit?, cut, suck, and otherwise
cut the same or give the same
away with or without the rind,
juice, pulp or pips, anything
thereinbefore, or herein after
or in any other deed or deeds,
instrument or instruments of
whatever nature whatsoever to
the contrary in any wise not-
w-i.h_.unuii'j,T." And then brother lawyer comes along and
takes it away from you.
il "*���! V/ comes to the front with a
// JR!\ convenience for fur shippers.
/ ^   As usual, "SHUBERT" is
looking out for your interest.
In order to eliminate for  you  tbe necessity of obtaining
export permit and the payment of royalty���to make it possible for you to del "more money"���"quicker" for your
furs, "SHUBERT" has opened a Fur Receiving Depot at      .
Vancouver    All you have to do is PACK UP YOUR I URS AND SHiP
THEM TO A. B. SHUBERT, LTD., VANCOUVER, B.C. NO PERMIT
REQUIRED FOR SHIPMENTS WITHIN THE PROVINCE.
"SHUBERT" is paying extremely high prices for Muskrat,
Mink, Coyote, Foxes, Marten, Fisher and all other lawfully taken fur-bearers,
We want all the furs you can ship, but we must have them QUICK- su g(t
after 'em and ship 'em to "SHUBERT" es fast as you get 'em.
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GIVE "SHUBERT'' A TRIAL
SHIP ALL VOUtm FURS  DIRECT TO
A. ]&. S H U .B E R.T>����
THE TAROEST HOUSE  IM THE  WORLD   DEALING EXCLUSIVUV M
NORTH  AMERICAN   RAW  FURS
VANCOUVER        DEPT.  116     BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER, ALASKA
M. R. JAMISON.   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVCR
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvements,
'     NOTICE.
"GraV
"In ten*
"Group,''
Stewart Hand Laundry
SILK WORK
A SPECIALTY
Fifth Street     Mrs. Harris
"Boundary,"    " Cabin,'
"Grubstake,"    ''Lucky,''
tional   Fraction,"   "Daly,'
mineral claims, situate in the hfrtia-d
Canal    mining    division   uf Cass;.
district.
W Were located:   On east fork Cascadi
creek, Salmon River valley.
Take   notice   that  1.   P.  S. Jack,
of Stewart, B.C., acting aa agent fur1
Amos B. Trites,   Free Miner's Certft
cate   No.   [6311C;   Roland W. Woodt
Free Miner's Certificatt No, 16310C; W.
R. Wilson, Free Miner's CertificateNo>
16812C, and Patrick Daly, Free Miners
Certificate   No,   53355C, intend liaj
days from tbe date 11 reof, to apply to
tile Mining Recordei for a Certificated
Improvements  for tin' purpose of obtaining a  Crown  Lirant   of ti >
j claims.    \n   furtl ��� ���      i    o'ice that
i action, under .action 85, must becoci'
'menced   before   the  issuance of suck
: Certificate ol Improvi ments.
Iiated     thia    23rd   day
A.'V 1921.
��f July.
Not Far to (io
Husband If you don't stop
your na^KinR I'll t?o crazy in a
second. Wife- You could make
it all right, and not exceed the
speed limit, either.
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 un invalid for life. Have you mada any provision against thill If not,
do it now. You cannot afford to wait another minute. L��l one of the following
i.iiin- companies carry tbe risk:
GUARDIAN FIRE INSURANCE CO, QUEEN FIRK INSURANCE CO.
NATIONAL  FIRE  INSURANCE  CO
NORTHERN     HUE     INSURANCE     CO.
CONFEDERATION     LIFE     INSURANCE    CO.
PA( IFIC   MARINE   INSURANCE CO.
GLOBE   INDEMNITY   CO..    FOR   SICK   OR   ACCIDENT
H. W. M. ROLSTON, Agent
Notary Public HTKWART
MINERAL.ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Polybacite Fractional and   Ag   Frac
tional  minerui   claims,   situate   iu   the
Portland ( anal mining divison of  Cassiar district.  Where located:   On southeast slope of Mount Uilworth.
'lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill. of
Stewart, B.C., acting aa agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited, N. P. L.. Free
Miner's Certilicate No. 50614C, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a C rown Grant of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 85, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements
Hated this loth day of August,
A. I). 1921. 1-
MINEKAL   ACT.
Certilicate  of  Improvement.
NOTICE
Laseshore mineral claim, situate in
tbe Portland Canal mining division of
Cassiar district. Wheie located; At
head of F'.ast fork of Cascade (reck,
Salmon river valley.
Take notice that Dalby B. Morkdl, ol
Stewart. B. C. acting us agent for
Andrew lindeborg Free Miner's Cer' ili-
cate No. 4ti!J24C, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to tiie
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvementa, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt of the ubove
claim. And further take notice that
action, under section Hf), must be com-
���Tnenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of August,
A.D   l'.l.l. 12
MINERAL ACT.
Certilicute of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Texada fractional Mineral claim,
situate in tbe Portland Canal mining
division of Cassias district.
Where looted: Bait fork Cascade
Creek, Salmon Rin-i  Vallev
Take notice that 1. Daly B. Morkill,
of Stewart. B.C., acting as agent for
tlie H.C. Silver Mines, Limited, N P.I...
free minera' certificate No. 50887& intend, uixty days from the date
hereof, to apply l<> the Mining
Recorder for a certificate of im
lirovementa, for tbe purpose uf obtaining a Crown Grant of ihe above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section Kf>, must  be  common, ��� -d
i'l..,.   th. is.UtoUCe of   ��ui'h   Ciltilicut-c
ol improvement-!.
Dated thia Kith day of  July, A. D..
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate of Improvement*.
NOTICE.
Copper.   Gray Copper_N��. j
lituat- in t!i" l';'u:"
of   CatfU
Gray
mineral claims,
Can  I     mining
Habere located:   On I
Upper Bear river and adjoin* the t*
: rest Glacier, Bear rivet valley.
Take notice that   I   W
Free Mmers' Certil
Stewart, B. C, for mys      ��
as agent for.;--.
Free Miners'   Certi     .1
,\   Sayward, I  ������   M��"
Mo   63720C,   ami   A<!:      ,
N ���      Miner*'   Certificate, No-
1 Joeepe
: tificatt   ^^^^^^^     	
nam.   Free   Mu ..,,m the
r,377,C,   intend,       '
date  hereof,  to ���,,
Reorder   for a CcrtH ��� ����� -'
m9r,*-,   for  the  |>u .,, ,
'a Crown   Grantof  Ih. "-ne���.
Ami further tal
under section B6, n
before the ssuai i
of Improvei '
Dated    this    twentj  ���
A.D  1921
Septetnl" '.
I
���  "fI ���
ibtainwl
uva cli '
thai
���
_hth
��� ���North*
MINK HAL A CI
Certificate of 1
NOTH I
������Northern I-��� l.iirhtNo.3
Ugh. No.-," '
"Northern  I igW
Light No. 6," "N s-orih��n
������Northern  Light
Light No.-,"   '���?"
tion," Northern I.
'������woodi -;; ;w:
..gltchon-i
situated in th< I
Dt.Mono.Ca
Where local"I
���f gtewarl    B m ������
forC       ,   ���"
tificate No
I rea Mi. ���-*'    ',        , ,,..  ������������   ,
Cbarli-.il"' ! ��A_JC
&��*�� \
NO.4M70I
And furthei I
undeis....-
before the i
of Improver ��� ***-*-******^
Pated 'hi*-
V   I
' Willi.
pul
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