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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
VOL?   POSTED    ON    THE
DEVELOPMENT 0F THE
MINES-IMS THE YEAR.
~Js*ry -       77   ^****y
Canal News
SEND THIS COPT TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of Northwestern British Columbia
VOL. 3, NO. 26
STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  11   1921
$5 The Year���10 Cents the Copy
MEETING HEARS
ROSS MACKAY
In Support of Colonel Peck
at Big Rally in Baldwin
Building, Tuesday Night
river. As a party man, he contended, Stork would have supported both these policies, although not in the inderests of the
people.   "
Referring to the tariff, he predicted that little  or   no  change
Get your name on the Voters'
Lists.
R. L. Clothier has resigned as
would be made, regardless ~of| superintendent of the Silverado,
who is returned on the sixth, for j    Murphy's clam chowder house
T. Ross Mackay on Tuesday
evening addressed a large meeting, presided over by H. T. Gibson, in the Baldwin building.
The speaker, who is in this sec
tion of the district in the interests
of Colonel Peck, opened his address by congratulating the people of Stewart upon their optimism as to the future of the district, pointing out that no district
the reason that a tariff policy
would be dictated by the fact,
that to the south we have the
great manufacturing country of
the U. S. A., and to theeaat that
mother of manufacturing, Great
Britain; then on the west there is
the Orient with its unlimited supply of cheap labor. Such things
as the Fordney bill in the States
would be the things that would!
dictate Canada's tariff policies,
for Canada is literally fenced in
can progress unless the residents ^^
..    .   j   . ���__,   ���    ���<���-  ,A,;rr,nta by countries with   great   manu-
ofit had  laith   in its ultimate j   J
_ .      ,        .    ,t_ facturing organizations
future.   On coming down to the |    _"'*-'    *
bu-iness of the evening Mr.
Mackay defended the entry of
Independents into politics, asserting it as his belief that they
could  better  discipline  the old
Two other questions of great
importance to northern British
Columbia were those of the unemployment and Oriental. On
both these he considered that the
is much appreciated during the
present cold spell.
Be sure that your name is on
the voters' lists. See W. Broad
at once and make sure. - -v.
A new consignment of Songs, Music
and Records at Stewart News Co.
W. Gilchrist is spending a
snort time in Stewart in connection with G. Frizzell's interests.
The Pachena arrived this
morning from Rupert and will
leave on her return trip this afternoon.
W. R. Tonkin, president of the
Fish Creek Mining company, left
for Seattle on the Albert last
week.
Mrs. F. C. Lawrence arrived
recently in Hyder to join her
husband, the well known jeweler
of that town.
D. B. Stewart, territorial mine
inspector, arrived in Hyder last
Thursday, and is looking over
properties on the Salmon.
W. Gilchrist, connected with
the firm of George Frizzell, arrived from Rupert recently and
will spend a week or so in the
district.
Dr. Bayfield arrived on the Al-
afternoon, and will return on the
Pachena tonight. Mr. Stork has
recently been up along the line of
the G. T. P. in connection with
his campaign, and came via Rupert direct from that section of
the constituency. During his
travels he contracted a bad cold,
and on arrival here was hardly
able to talk. On Thursday morning he left for the Premier mine,
where he addressed the men at
various camps.
CITIZENS' ASSOCIATION
Meeting of Executive, Saturday
Evening, Lot of Business
Transacted���Finances of the
Association  in  Good Shape
RUSHING WORK
ON SILVERADO
Determined Effort Being
Made to Undertake Active
Mining Operations
parties; and in substantiation of jSkefcna   district   could   best  be
served by a man  unfettared by
this belief he instanced the fact
that some of the best labor legislation ever put into effect by the
Ibminion government was introduced by the late Ralph Smith
during the time that he sat in
that house as an Independent,
which was for eight years from
party chains. He then went on
to analize the party chances in
the election, province by pro
vince, and predicted that the
next p;rty in power at Ottawa
will be that of the Farmers. The
speaker closed with a reference
to an  editorial  of  the  Prince
11896.   Coming down to   a   later. _-
, .   , _      ._.     . ���    ,,��� J Rupert News,   wherein   Colonel
date he mentioned the  fact that \     - ' .,
,,    ��,,_,-_       .  * ' Peck, as an Independent,   would
the Mothers   Pension  Act was'L c    '
bert last week from Vancouver.
W. H. Tolin has a gang of men I lhe doctor has been appointed to
take charge of the  new hospital
at the Premier mine.
at work cutting wood.   He states
that this winter the King Edward
will have wood to burn.
J. W. and Mrs. Stewart expect
to leave for the south on the
next regular boat. They will
spend the winter in Victoria.
Joe Grashio has moved his
Malamute cigar store and barber
shop to the corner of First and
Main streets in Hyder. He has
taken   into  partnership Charlie
Rev.   Edwin   Moss  will  hold; Frank.
service for the last time  in   St.
W.   H.   Huddleston, a United
Mark's church next Sunday, |State8 government engineer, ar-
prior to leaving for an extended ^^ rWJnUy |n Hyder> and ig
visit to the old country.
A meeting of the executive of
the Citizens' Association was
held in the Newell building last
Saturday evening, at which a
great deal of business was
transacted.
Some time ago the association
took up with the lands department of the provincial government the matter of putting up
for sale the lots owned by the
government in the town.
Correspondence written before
the return to Victoria of the
minister of lands was read, stat
introduced into the British Columbia house by Mrs. Smith when
she was sitting as an Independent. Another reason that he
Kive in support of his contention
was that as an Independent a
member carried weight, for the
reason that he could support legislation irrespective of its origin,
and visa versa. He pointed out
the great evils of the present day
control of members by the partes, and it was this decline of
personal independence of mem-
hers in the house that is proving
the down fall of the old parties
and bringing into being such political organizations as the
Farmers'party. It is this system
W party control that is response for so much government by
ur'ler3 in council. He further
asserted that the Prince Rupert
News contended up until the time
��f Colonel Peck's entry into this
campaign that independence is
0ne of th�� greatest human vir-
tue--* In speaking of the railway
I Policy, the speaker regretted the
fact that none of the
lea(-<-rs had come out
definite.
three
with any
solution to the question.
rhe Hon. Rudolph Lemiux advocated the handing over of the
P" T- P. and C. N. R. to the C.
I while M.  A.  Macdonald
RN the purchase of the P.G.E.
p the Dominion government and
1  ext��-*sion into   the  Peace
be "as a voice calling in the
wilderness." The speaker said
that this was his own view, but
he feared that the editor of the
News must be unfamiliar with
biblical history, for if he, the
speaker, remembers correctly,
the voice calling in the wilderness
was the forerunner of the world's
greatest leader, who ushered in
a reign of peace and liberty
such   as   the   world   has  never
Dr. D'Arcy Chace is attending
to any sick that there may be in
Stewart during the absence of
Dr. Davis in the south. Dr.
Chace at one time practiced in
Dawson for a short time.
A general meeting of the
Citizens' association will be held
at 7:30, Wednesday, November
23. Everyone is requested to be
present as matters of vital interest to the community will be up
for discussion.
A large line of   Christmas   novelties j
coming soon.   Hyder Drug  Company.
J. W. Frame, has been appointed   United   States commis-
looking over the wharf situation,
���  i    ,i     j j���    x. ing  that  the  matter would be
in response to the demands oi[    6
that  town  for a wharf of their
own.
known, and "which has stood the j sioner for Hyder, to succeed John
test of two thousand years.   An-1 T. Reed, who resigned,  and who
other voice in the wilderness was
that of Moses, who scorned the
offers of royal honors, and chose
to lead his enslaved countrymen
out of the wilderness into a land
flowing with milk and honey.
The speaker, taking his seat,
leaves shortly for a holiday in
California. Mr. Frame is an old
time Alaskan, well known in the
newspaper game of the territory.
The Union Steamship Company's steamer Chilliwack arrived in port, Wednesday  after-
the chairman  called on  W. H. j noon, with a large shipment of
Watson to give an account of the
good work that Colonel Peck had
done for this district while he,
Mr. Watson, was secretary of the
Citizens' Association.    This, Mr,
Watson, on taking the platform,
did, stating that though always
heretofore a Liberal he,  in this
election,  would support Colonel
Peck for   the   reason   that  the
Colonel     had      always     acted
promptly on any request made by
the people of Stewart and get for
them those things for which they
asked.    No man  had done more
in this regard than  had Colonel
Peck.
The meeting was thrown open
for question .none being forthcoming, it was adjourned.
coal for Stewart and Hyder
dealers; also considerable freight
for local merchants; two or three
passengers, including Fred Stork,
Liberal candidate in the forthcoming election.
Andy Sutherland, who recently
went to the hospital in Prince
Rupert to convalesce from his
operation and illness here, has
written to friends saying that he
Premier Tram Line
This line is now nearing completion, the cables being all in
place and tightened up from a
point above Hyder through to the
mine. Other than a little finishing work there is now left very
little to do other than the completion of the ore bunkers at the
dock, work on which is now well
under way, As far as the tram
line itself is concerned it will be
ready for operation by the middle
of next month.
taken up as soon as the minister
returned.
The matter of the Bear river
bridge then came under discussion, and as no satisfactory replies had been received to communications written on this subject, it was decided to wire Bert
Kergin with a view to ascertaining just how matters stand.
William Newell and W. R.
Macfarlane were appointed a
committee to appraise the value
of the lighting system belonging
to the association, at present in
the Stewart hotel, and to report
back to the executive their findings and recommendations.
Following this the matter of
obtaining a cobbler for the town
Anyox Arrives
The s.s. Anyox arrived in povt
at 8 o'clock,   Sunday  morning,
with a   heavy    consignment   of      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mixed   freight  and    machinery I for one, and an effort to encour-
for  the  Premier   mine.    After age some man to enter the busi-
unloading she took on 250 tons of j ness should be made.    With this
concentrates    from    the   mine, lend   in   view   it was decided to
A determined effort  is  being
made to  complete  the  outside
work  on the   Silverado with a
view to undertaking active mining    operations    this    winter.
Since J. J. Coughlan and his associates took over this property
they  have  been   tremendously
handicapped  by  unusually  bad
weather,   making  work on the
steep ground on which   the   Silverado is situated, almost impossible; the amount of work accomplished under the conditions is a
credit to not only the management but also to  the  men, who
were actually  doing  the  work.
Now the bad weather has broken,
and given the management new
encouragement, with the result
that the work which had almost
been shut down has started up
again, and every effort is   being
made to comelete the tram line
and a few other minor details of
outside construction before the
weather becomes too bad to work
outside.   It is estimated  by   the
management that if the present
good weather will  hold for two
weeks they will be able to  complete the tram from the lower to
the upper camp; also run a cable
across the canyon, from the upper camp to the thowings, a distance of about 800 feet, and which
will be used for the  purpose  of
taking   the   men   and   material
safely over the slide to and from
their work, and also for the purpose of carrying the ore from the
mouth of the tunnel to the head
of the tram, which will be established about 200 feet above the
upper camp.    Work on this cable
across the   canyon   has  already
started.    Materials for the com-
which will be taken to the smelter at Tacoma. Included in her
cargo from this port was a small
shipment of high grude ore from
the Fish Creek Mining Co's property   on   Fish   creek.   Though
having every facility for handling; finances, It was found that in
freight it took 2-1 hours to unload j this regard the association is in
and load the cargo.
,   ._ _\pletion of the work and all food
was taken up, and it was decided r   ... ,. ,
,       land mining supplies are already
that tneie is a good opening here | ���
packed up the mountain. With
the present dry spell facilitating
work, construction is being
rushed to completion and it is expected that within a short while
the high grade ore sacked for
shipment at the tunnel will be
waiting at the lower camp for
sufficient snow to be rawhided
out.
Owing to the resignation of R.
h.   Clothier,   Howard   Cameron
write the Government Employment office in Vancouver, advising them of existing conditions
and asking them to advortise
same.
On   taking   up the  matter of
is doing very wel
and  that he
wishes to thank all those people
In Stewart, Hyder and at the Premier mine who so kindly helped
financially during his present
illness.
Fred Stork Here
Fred Stork, the Liberal  e-andi-
,       ,4. ihas been placed in charge of the
a very good position.
., . . ,  work.    Officials of   the company
As there has not been a general i
, _.-_.��.__._!     express regret at Mr. Clothier's
meeting for some time it was de-1
cided to call one for Wednesday
decision to sever his connection.
Lawrence & Workman are re-
date   who  is   opposing   Colonel [ evening, November 23, at which
Peck in the election, arrived from i will be taken up the matter of' placing the float at the old dock.
Prince Rupert, Wednesday even- j reorganization of the lire depart-, There-8 a 8trong movement in
ing, and will   address the local; ment. I Slewart, by citizens, to build an
voters in the Stewart hotel this]    Meeting then adjourned. (auditorium. ���._���__.    o   r     pmnAY    NOVEMBER   18, 1921
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C   FRIDAY,   Nova ^J	
i    vr migrate    This gives rise to manyques-
The   Portland    Canal    ^^L^^rf which is:   Have we any moral
  right to refuse  these people entry into
Canada, and if so what will be the results?
Then there is the Oriental who is the sub-
PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN   WEEKLY    NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
 ��� V
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Reading
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
Advertising  Rates:
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
THE   FIRE   DEPARTMENT
IT is proposed to take up at the next
general meeting of the Citizens' Association the matter of reorganization of the
Fire Department. It most certainly is
time some steps to this end were taken.
While there is a certain amount of organization, in that, in the event of fire, certain
people have specific posts and duties to
perform of which they are fully aware,
still there is left a lot which should be
tightened up, in order that the maximum
of efficiency may be obtained.
Another thing that will have to be
settled, is that of private citizens borrowing ladders, etc., from the fire hall, and in
a great many cases without saying anything to any one about it. A stop will
have to be put to this, if the people of
Stewart wish to maintain a fire fighting
organization.    Judging from experience
ject of Japan and China, and at which we I ^^ ^
presume the motion passed in the legisla-
lature is directed, which is a problem that
may be more easily dealt with than the
former, but still is fraught with great international difficulties.   If we act in  a
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT.
HELGERSON     BLOCK
B.   C.
CLOTHIER & BAKER
^^^_  ^^^^^^^1 ASSAYERS
drastic manner toward any of these people,! Stewart
whether they be British subjects are not, they can'	
reteliate, and may possibly do so in a manner that R.    E.    LUNDVALL
will embroil us in difficulties that could be avoided. ASSAYER
Difficulties  that  may prove greater obstacles to i ��� Aiaska
..... .,      .     j. |
surmount than the one which the motion is directed. The more the Oriental question is looked
into, the more will it be realized that the motion
introduced introduced into the house by Messrs.
Hanes and Burde will not attain the desired
results.
The Oriental was brought  into British   Columbia because he was cheap labor, and while he
JOHiN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
ALASKA
ST.   MARK'S CHURCH
Holy Communion:   First and Third
Sundays in the month at 11:30 a.m.
Evening Prayer:   Every  Sunday  at
confined his activities to competition in the labor j 7:-J�� P-m-     D        . .      .
Baptisms: By appointment.
markets, the agricultural and business interests of REV. EDWIN MOSS, L
SILVER SPRING
BEER
ON  SALE   AT
GOVERNMENT VENDOR STORE
STEWART
Th.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
European Plan $1.50 per day up
the country were satisfied; but today these inter- o/yrFT PRINCE RUPERT
ests are singing a different tune, for the Oriental,;
.     ,     . . .      , .    LEADIKG HOTEL IN NORTHERN
being of an industrious and progressive nature,! -'~*ul1 u
.      . I RRITTRH COLUMBIA
has, and is rapidly enteaing every field of industry
in the province, with the result that in many
places he has squeezed the white man out. and in
so far as this is the case the Oriental cheap labor
has acted as a boomerang on those people who
welcomed it twenty years ago.
Never the less British Columbia must be kept
a whiteman's country, and therefore Oriental
immigration must be curbed.
Only Beer Matured in Wood in
British Columbia
���    Synopsi2 tf   *-
land ��ui frn.ni'n.siits
���
Made of Malt and Hops only
Guaranteed 9 per cent
WILLIAM REID  TOOTH
LOCAL AGENT
NQTE AND COMMENT
" It do beat the band" how many friends the
workingman has at election time.
The chief industry of   Canada  at  present  is
windjamming.   Politicians are working overtime.
orga_i--.a..u.i.     m-**m**~m      ���-.  To  8ome  candidates  on  election   night the
gained during the past six or eight months blow wiil almost "kil1 fa,ther-"
some drastic change in this connection
will have to be taken otherwise the department will soon be short of a lot of necessaries.
Another matter that will have to be
dealt with* is that of chimney inspection
by the fire wardens, and the enforcement
of their rulings.
These are matters of the utmost importance to the residents of Stewart;
therefore it is hoped that as many as possible will be present at the meeting.
Many men would avoid failure in business if
their wives did not have such extravagant husbands.
Candidates for the Dominion house are warming up���but there's a cold day coming for some
of them.
An exchange protests that the world is flat;
but it probably never will be convinced that it's
on the level.
If you cannot vote for the man for the good of
the country, you should leave the country for the
good of the man.
THE   ORIENTAL   QUESTION
THE entry into this country of Orientals has for years been a  very  difficult
problem.    In this connection we notice a|        Winter is just around the corner.   As people
motion has been passed in the house at'resume the practice of starting tires with kerosene
Victoria, requesting the Dominion  Gov-j house shortage will become acute.
ernment to so amend the Immigration Act
of Canada as to totally restrict the immi
gration of Asiatics into this province.
We have not the wording of this
motion to hand, but if reported correctly
in the press of the south this is a very
wide and sweeping motion, and while being
heartily in accord with the spirit of the
idea, the motion is one that we are afraid
will do very little good, for the reason,
that being so sweeping in its demands, it
will fail to get even a portion of the (expressed) desired results.
The Oriental question is not only a
very big problem, but also a very difficult
one. One of the first things that have to
be taken into consideration is the fact that
millions o( Asiatics are good loyal British
subjects,   and are being crowded out of
Often the man who yells the loudest that the
workingman should have saved his war wages is
some profiteer who didn't give him a chance.
Many candidates, today, who are running for
a seat in the Dominion house, will find out on the
night of December 6, that they were only walking,
All the money the government possesses
comes out of the pocketa of the people. If any of
it is used to help one class an unfair thinK is done
the majority. Government is not a charitable
institution.
Minimum price of ftratdasa ta**
reduced to |. an acre, second-claaa t��
12.59 an acre.
Pre-emption now confined te oojr-
���eyed lards only.
Uecorda will ba granted covering enly
land suitable tor agricultural purpoaee
and which la >ion-timbar land
Partnership pre-emptiona abollaMf.
but parties of not m��re than four tpmf
arrange for adjacent pre-eraptrotis
with Joint residence, but each making
moe-tsary improvement- on respective
claims. %
l're-emptors must occupy claima Ier
five year, and make improvements to
value of (10 per acre, including clear-
n.K and cultivation of at le-utt i aorea,
before reoelving Crown  Grant.
Where pre-emptor in occupation not
lean than 3 years, and haa made proportionate improvemanta, he ruay, because of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and traitsfc hie elalm.
Records without permanent real-
dene* may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of
$40�� per annum and records lam* euefe
year. Failure to make Improvement*
or record same wiu operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In
U" :i titan a years, and Improvements
of ��it. nn per acre, including . aerea
cleared and euitivated, and rsslde-uie
of at least 2 yeara are > cqtured.       *
1're emptor holding Crown gt-fnt
may record another pre-emption, if ha
requires land ln conjunction with Ids
farm, without actual occupation, provided Hialuu>ry Improvements made
and residence mumtalned on Crowa
granted land.
Cnsurveyed areas, not eieeedir-j- 10
acres, ma? be leased as li-saeaitee,
title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.
For grasing and industrial purposes
areas e.eeeaing 810 aeres may he
leased by one person er company.
Mill, factory or Industrial Mtes aa
timber land not eaueeeAajr, 40 a area
may be purchaxed, conditions include
payment  of sluiupago.
Natural hay meadows Inaccessible
by enisling roads may be purohaied
--..i.tin loi-nl upon construction <>f a ru ul
to them hoo-tle nf one-half uf ooal tl
i ��� -id.   not   exceeding   half  of   p.rebate
^^^_         OHANTO
*V
I ha aoi
include
,r.K   with ���_,_., _        .
'.no within which tl e helm ur iluv>_-
mf a deceased pre-emptor may apply
for title ii.4i.-i this Act is axuunWd
from fei une year from the death of
III li pel-son, as formerly, until one
um mftmt ihe cone Union uf the present
-.. ir     Thia  privilege   is  also made  re-
11 aat uve
No I- ..- relating ti> pre-emptions are
r  y-tile  i.v   soldiers on
MRS. W. J. JANCOWSKI
Teacher of
Pianoforte
STEWART.   B.   C.
TOOTHS
SMOKE..
SHOP...
Soft Drinks on Ice
WATER PROOF TOBACCO POUCHES
WELLINGTON PIPE STEMS
FRESH TOBACCO
King Edward
Grill and
Meat Market
OPfc-N DAY AND NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies
a Speclally
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Best ass ment of ft**
. .and
meat in ti ���
inspect out
er shop
in ice, la mads
"l.t   LMPIORS
IRES
ACT.
���i ope of thia  Aot Ir enlarged ���>
all  persons   Jr.inina   mutt  Baffin   His   Uajeetys   (Woe*      Tho
thin which tie helm or devisee*
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. F. GIBSON Proprietor
Ice Cream        Oanong* and Cowney's Chocolate*
Stationery        < hina        library
All    the    latest     Mimic    and    Kttorda
Kiibiectt.   msv- are Being crowueu bui u�� i , . ,    _.    ,       . , *, . .,
kuujviw,   ****** �� ! Mol�� Agent for the  Imperial   lutNuro   Company
their place*of birth, and therefore must and Canadian Bteam Us*
i����    	
due or m .. ,i,i,. by soldiers en pre
tinpl um. rciioided after June 16. UMt
'I . ii*--  are remitted   for   live  years.
I i iviatcu fur return of bi-sees ae-
iniiil, due and been i>.i._ siiioe August
4, lllll, on aueouul of payments, lees
ii  imxuk on soldiers   pre-erupt'eiis
(merge) on agreements to purchaaet
nTwi, nr ciiy lots held  hy membera ol U
lilted   Forces, Ol   di pendente, u< ij*_ red I
il...(t   oi   indirect,   remitted  from , u-
lii iine'd   I'i M.ircli |t,  ]��!(,.
��UU  I'UhCHAlIR*   Of   CROWN J
V LANOI. ���
I riivli Ion    mailn     for     Issuance    mt
rown   gi.nils   lo   sub-purehascrs     of
frown   T.and*,   acuiiii u.m   rights   frum
I   llcl    -ii-   Who   foiled      tu     uomiNete
i   i   ' i>.. Inve -I' s forieiiure, ea tat
Him,H-,:i  of 4 in.iin ions of purchaae, In-
leresl *���>- ta*ea     Where aub-uurchas
tie >ki ii-i 4,i4.,u, wktfia ot oiigiuai pau
.ri   i-ijn.liai 4- pi i. r due and lasee um-
-,��e����te*iu-'-,!��.V  '-r-��f^.v.?-.*v.--'i'..
maAa at Umy I.  li.0
0 UNA.INU. -*
i luting   Act     l��l|,   fur     sratsmatlo
Aevaeyaie-il of llvaaAook U..1..1,,  u,���
VMM  lot   liaaing   dislrluU  ��)..!   -align
��� itaaUlelialleu    UluAal    t.'oju-alsei.,,..,
Jta***m  g*aali._   periidU   le.ua I   l.a.oil
Bauinbeo ian����il piiuiity for eatab-
m* wmmmtm. Btoolt oHi.er* ,um,
a\ AapoLi��nio*a far rang* rnai.ag*.
t*A*w* ��*���*��� "�� l-arllally free, ocrm.u
(0�� aatllei. uaiupeio 01 tiunelltxa, mm
gg ton head ta
* a
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
H CEP,   ALASKA
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL  Bl'TCHEtf
WK   DO  NOT   BELL   C..KAF
UUT   COOl)   MKAT   CHKA1'
J. O. LYON
STEWART LAND COMPANY. Ul
Founders and Original Owner-
of STEWART  TOWNS! 11
Bias 0m< 1
1U1  i-cinlwrluii UUii'k, M'l"1'1 '  \ktt**
KealKsUte   InHuraiue   Mim��   - " "
KUIIKUT   M.    STKWAKT, ..
I.His for salt; in all parts ol town
l,iHtiiiK�� of piUpsrtlH for Nil want'1'
bUWAH! PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER   18, 1921
THE   HOUSE   OE   QUALITY
RESTFUL ARE . .
YOUR  SLUMBERS
TF   YOU   ARE   SLEEPING   ON   A
Restmore Mattress
A night of rest makes a tireless day.
Therefore, let us supply you with one of the Famous
Restmore Mattresses. We have them in full sizes. Half and
Xhree Quarters. Good quality of ticking, Springs to fit
all sizes of beds.
We guarantee the pricep to fit the times.
We have numerous other lines that you can be interested
in.   The prices will surely please you.
COME ON IN-THE WATER IS FINE.
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
We believe that it  may now [with  the  decline  in   labor and
safely be said that the national j mining costs, while silver under
business tide has turned, after an ithe P-ttman  Act constitutes  a
i . fl ... ,, , .    ,.     safe snubbing post by which  we
ebb flow without parallel in his* s F       '
may pull ourselves up the rapids
1 tory, says the Northwest Mining   e   , , ,
! of adversity to safe waters be-
| Truth. . . . With the re- yond in this particular section,
moval of the excess profits tax J we are lucky, indeed. Lead and
next year, capital will receive en-1 silver are  our principal metals
:couragement  to new   endeavor !and they are unqutstionably in
| and we may confidently expect to! better shape  than  any others.
j witness eirly consummation of'Mining  activity   has  gone   by
many important transactions in! cycles  and  history is to repeat
all lines held up by the confisca-itself.   The  public   has  chased
tory nature of the tax. Although | many will-o'wisps of a fictitious
surtax   legislation,    as    recom- prosperity   and  is  now coming
mended by the senate, does not back to a pursuit that stands out
appear satisfactory to  business I as a rock of safety in comparison
interests,   a   move in the right | with the shifting sands of war
direction   has   been made,   and and post-war investment in other
possibly,  in its own good time,; iines.   What we need now is a
congress will realize that brakes1 pull all together; sane, optimis-
must be further realized in order tically    conservative   publicity;
to insure the greatest business discouragement of the get-rich-
momentum, i quick promoter; encouragement
So far as the mining industry of the industry by business in-
goes, we are convinced that it is terests and, above all,  organiza-
on the eve of a widespread re-, tion, that the best legislative ser-
vival.    There is an under pro- \ vice may  be   directed.   All   to-
duction of lead; the yasi copper gether!   The trail just beyond is
surplus is being gradually worked smooth, gently sloping to camp-
off; gold is coming into its own j ing place of abiding prosperity!
GEOKGE A. FRASER
Proprietor
F.   C. LAWRENCE
OPTICIAN
WATCHMAKER
JEWELEK
��i7a VV Ufe
fWALTHAM
Sfc'J*WJ&
LARGE   STOCK
LOW   PRICES ..
HYDER,  ALASKA
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED  DOREY
Manager
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
Salmon River
Auto Transfer
Stewart-Hyder
Stage
F. R. NAGLE,
Proprietor
Keep Your Money
In Stewart ....
Why send Laundiy out ef Town?
Latimer Home Laundry can do the
work. Clothes Cleaned and Pressed,
Darning. Clothes called for weekly.
Millions were made in the Last Great West. . .
Get in on the ground floor of the Last Great North
Now on the Market
Robert Crowe-Swords, who re-, {)()lly   Varden
turned to Vancouver  last   week!
from the scene of the gold strike Mine ClOSed
on Cedar creek in  the   Cariboo,
says the men are getting $100 a
day out of the claims.
SUBDIVISION   OF
CASSIAR   LAND
LOT   4044
DISTRICT
There's    many    years   work
ahead   before  commercial oil is I the  power   house.
The Dolly Varden mine closed
down last  week.    The   immediate cause of the close down  was
ihe breaking  of   the big belt at
It has been
NEWELL ROOMS
W.    L.    NEWELL,    Proprietor
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.   Barber Shop in Connection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Soio Tables
PHONE, 1 LONG. 1 SHORT, 1 LONG
: established in the north, says the
Calgary Herald. Transportation
problems must be solved first.
uncertain for some time whether
the mine would operate throughout the winter. The bridges and
washouts on the lailroadhave
not yet been repaired and the
only means of trai s.orting sup-
rpHlS PROPERTY adjoins the Canadian Government wharr and
������ and the Terrr.inus of the Premier Aerial Tramway, on one side,
and the town of Hyder, Alaska, on the other, and is the only property available for business purposes, on the Canadian side. Lots
now being offered front direct on the International highway, which
serves the whole of the now famous Salmon River mineral area,
and  is the only out'et thereto     ::::::::::;::
$2O0       L0TS ARE BEING  OFFERED AT       $250
HALF   CASH BALANCE   TERMS
FOR  FULL   TERMS   SEE
M. M. SMITH - STEWART, B. C.
AGENT FOR PORTLAND CANAL MARITIME COMPANY
DOLLAR SAVED
SA
OLLAR EARNED
H. ZEFFERT,
DR. W. D'ARCY CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel tamporaly
HYDER,      -      -      -       ALASKA; plies to the upper Kitsault is  by
' "   P""L' horses    The Dolly  Varden
Call and see our larSe assort ment of Men's Working !may resume operations again this
Gloves and Mitts.    We have the largest stock   this   far  north, year, but no definite   policy   has
These Gloves are travelers' samples and being sold at  Manufac.j been decided on.
75   CENTS   TO   S2.75   A   PAIR
tirers' cost.
MACKINAW'S AND SWEATERS- A man who does not purchase one of these garments must like the undertaker better
than his clothier.    Keep warm.
SMITH   BLOCK,
NEXT DOOR HANK OF M0NTREA1
STEWART,   B. C.
Stewart
Look at the map at British Columbia
with nn unl-ius-eil mind. Roughly Van
couver 18 HIHI milaa from I In- name
pmiit in th.> Peace Kiver country that
la reached in 41)0 milea from Stewart,
which ia the natural OUtlat for tha
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler i" tha Peace
River diMtrict is talking "f railway
cummuiilcatioii with the cuast.
Sneaking in broad ��� terms there are
thirty-two million- of B-faa "f tha
Peace Kiver dinlnct Bitualeil williui the
iioumlariea uf  Britiah Columbia,   and
mure than forty millions ui acre- with
in lhe I'luviiice of Allierta, inui-l ��f II
u*m*�� xuitalile aunculiuiiil land '"'
mixed farming ur ranching- '" sddi
I mn there ia a vast a.i*a nl *Jtt*\' Bl and
limber remiurce., lhe exteni ol which ia
only beginning to be reaiu. d
ItMMMa 'lvpu-iis of anthraclt* eoal
have be.ii located ami tin    |>< e_id**nl  di
Um Pages Kiver  ituant   .ii   frada   >���-
authority fur tin  itatSBSSnl   Ihst   ������'"'
eoal grade* hlghar than  Pennsylvania
< ".I
ExUubiv.   SSploratlon work in b��in|
carried on In eonneetioo   with  oil  and
already i-tarllmg re.ulls have  baan ob
tainod.    The uil sands are located   at a
depth Of about   sixteen   hundred    feet
mid enough InvaaUgotion baa taken
pUce to be a����usd that they are of
wondi i ful extent. Thara la alao an
tbundanoe of natural gas.
Tha area under cultivation at preaen!
I. only aboul 800,000 aaraa and the
population of tha a/hola diatricl ii
about W.000 Tha test grain waaaent
outoi theoountry three yeara ago
.,,,!  ,i   Iota   than  i m thouaand
twahela.   i ail yarn ni dll onbuaheli
,,,. produced from  about  >"���:
million aim . tha avenge wheat yiakl
t��in�� thirty Ave buahala to thi aera, ui
,i.arl)  doubh   thi   sveregt     '   """'
,������, ml  llberts,   Tha land ll
wall adapted for the raising 4,i itoek "1
uii kinds, pertioularly boga
K is reaeonabia lo wpps*8  U ;
.���, uuoacraa are aoai  I"1"1-*
oo'l ���   "      I���-"- ��'���-��� ���** ' "ri
,,,.,, will I,   I",'""
 buahala o( i
L ruugbl  *���*
Families lor Stewart Lake
Hon. T. D. Patullo told the
Legislature that arrangements
had been made through the British Government to bring one
thousand families from Great
Britain to settle in the Stuart
Lake country in Northern British
Columbia on a 200,000-acre land
reserve north of the Grand Trunk
Pacific Railway.
WHY PAY KENT?
Why pay rent when you can
own your own home? We have,
a few lots that we would build OH
to suit purchasers _nd sell cheap
Small cash payment and balance
Iikc rent. It will not cost anything to investigate. For information apply Laurence &
Workman.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of [mnrovemeata,
NOTICE,
Mayboe    mineral     claim,    eltuate
in   the Portland Canal   mining di'
uf   i anbiar   district.     Where  located
U r.-i bank Aiii.-i ican Ol ���
ink.- null.. that I. P 8. Jack, ncting
aaagent.or John Wanllaw Btewart,
of the town of M' ������ BJ i, IM , I ���> ���
Miner's Certificate Nu B8S4SC;
intend.      eiaty     daya     from      the
.late BOfOOf, I" ������!'!���'��� to in. Mining
KooorderforaCertifi.au oi Improve
in.-niK, for Un purpoai   of obtaining a
i'r444.M I'rmil ul  Hi.    ��li4/vu 4 lailiis.
And further take notice thai  action.
i si. lion  Ifi  muel   i >   i ommi n- ed
i, fore it.'       ��� ������   i of euch i ��� rtifii -.>
I  11111.i <��v����� 11.   nls.
luted tiii-   Ial  da. ol  ftepUmbei,
^ n mi
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 Railuiatjs
GRAND   TRUNK    PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Stenniern sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Ooean Fulls,
SwaiiHon - Bay, Prince llupert, Anyox, Btswgft and Quean Cbarlotas
lalanda.
. .ILINGfl from PRINCE ftUPKRT -
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,    MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON   BAY,   OCEAN   FALLS,   VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 28, FORTNIGHTLY
Train Ber> loa i
Paaaeugei    MONDAY,   WEDNE8l)A\   and SATURDAY  st 11.15a.m.
for
isiiilttiera, Prinoa Qeorge, Edmonton und Winnipeg, Qiaking direol
.��� u-.li.iii>  iui   all  p.mil--,  I .t*-.t and Suiitti.
For Atlantic Steamship anilines oi further Information, apply to
an) Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl, Assistant
General Freight ami Famst-iiu*-!- Agent, Prfoee Rupert, B. C,
News, $5 Year POUTLAM.  CANJl.   NEWS.   StEWAK.   B. C.   rMDAI.   NOVEMBEH   11. I��l
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;!
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc. $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement, $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making its.Mineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
Is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, which show the value
of production for successive 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, 1142,072,603; for five years,
1916-1920, $189,992,725; for the year 1920, $35,543,084.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $331,995,328
Lode mining has only been in progress for about 33 years, and
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospected; 300,000
square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing land ^re open for prospecting. :  >... |;  Tf*
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fee9
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire,
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and Maps, may
be obtained gratis hy addressing
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
SOME   BRAIN   LEAKS
Wm.   FRASER
BUILDINGCONTRACTOR
Estimates Furnished -���   Work Guaranteed
STEWART. B.C.
Silence is golden, which explain, why
there is so little of it.
Lucky is a beggar. He has neither
money or a woman to bother him.
If all women were bowlegged it
would cost them little for  their skirts.
Some folks are so poor that they
cannot so much as raise an   umbrella.
The two most loathed bugs In the
world are the bedbug and the humbug.
Ladies and gentlemen���The next item
on the programme is a one-step, followed by a danre,
A tempest in a teapot is a mere
zypher compared with the tornado of a
bottle of moonshine.
Time was when women wore their
waist lines under their arms. Since
then it has been shifted by fashion, one
year high. Latest information is that
this year it will be where the wearer
wants it. For one thing we're thankful���that they have enough clothes to
wear a waistline on. Which reminds
us that a man proudly announced the
other day that he had accomplished the
seemingly impossible���he had stepped
on a woman's skirt. F-om which we
conclude that he is either an acrobat or
a cheerful liar, and he doesn't look one
bit like an acrobat.
Most of the "wild, wild women" are
young enough to be cured by broken
doses of spanking.
Pilgrim, remember that Satan remained in heaven until he commenced
to knock his home town.
Nobody can tell what the grain market is going to do, except that it is
going to do the consumer.
Shirk your work and it's you who
suffers. You can't hurt work nearly as
much as you hurt yourself.
We met a girl the other day who ap"
peared very scantily dressed and who
admitted she had a date on.
One half of the world doesn't know
how the other half pays its taxes, and
frequently suspects that it does r.ot pay
at all.
As all the girls expect to msrry
millionaire they naturally think it a
waste of time to learn the art of
cooking.
People now know know that the moon
isn't made of cheese, but they are still
innocent cnocerning the composition of
moonshine.
Girls can buy eyebrowe, complexion
and hair in stores, but there is no place
Athere they can buy brains, and that is
what a lot of them most need.
wete
Sfcr*?
fiitttTTiiiiti or rtrrTTTno;
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
HOTEL  STEWART
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Rooms Comfortably Famished
Drying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      Si OO      A      DAY
Baths
HELEN    BELL
STYLE    SHOP
We carry everything in Ladies' Ready to Wear
Dressmaking and Millinery
HYDER
MAIN    STREET,
The   McDonnell   Hotel
MAIN STREET,   HYDER, ALASKA
A comfortable home for Miners, Prospectors, Tourists,  Travelers
Electric Lights      Baths      Pool
Soft Drinks      Tobaccos
PADDY   MoDONNELL        -   -   -    Proprietor
Comer Auto Transfer  between stewart
and Jitney Service ....       AND hyder
DAY   AND   NIGHT
Colle&ions
Through the medium of its
Branches and Agencies in Canada, Great Britain, France, the
United States, Mexico, and
Newfoundland, and its banking
connections in every part of the
world, the Bank of Montreal is
able to undertake collections at
favourable rates in any country
to which Canadian goods are
shipped.
A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE
��=
rF
JEM
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch:  L S. WH1TTAKER, Manager.
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
Garage Corner Sixth and Conway
Staad at Stewart Hotel
H. COMER, Manager
Tel. 2 long   1 short
STEWART, B. C.
W.    J.   CRAWFORD, Manaeer
Hotel
Hyder
HYDER, ALASKA
M. R. JAMIESON,   Prop.
GATEWAY   TO SALMON    RIVCR
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE. [
Gray   Copper,   Gray   Copper   No.
NOW   ON   SALE   AT   GOVERNMENT   VENDOR'S
STORE   IN   STEWART,   B. C.
Cascade Beer
"The Beer   Without a Peer"
This is the same quality Beer we brewed in pre-war days, and is the finest Beer on
the market today. DO NOT ACCEPT ANY SUBSTITUTE
GUARANTEED NOT LESS THAN 8 PER CENT PROOF SPIRIT
insist on Having CASCADE BEER,
.������j .���r,���, ���^ ���f,��� ....
mineral claims, situate in the Portland
Canul mining division of Cassiar
district.
Where located: On the south side of
Uppsr Bear river and adjoing the Forrest Glacier, Bear river valley.
Take notice that 1, William Forrest,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 46820C, of
Stewart, B. C, for myself, and acting
as agent for Georginir Barbara Clark,
Free Miners' Certificate No. 537190,
Josepe A. Sayward, Free Miners' Certificate No. 53720C, and Aaron Gon-
nauon, Free Miner*' Certificate, No.
.5377J-C, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for'a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown   Grantof   the  above claim.
Ana further take notice that action,
under section 86, must be commenced
I before the ssuance ol au-h Certificate
' of Improvements.
Dated this twenty* -tilth dav of
September, A.D. 1921. * 19
GOOD BREAD, CAKES Ai PASTRY
A    SPECIALTY   AT
THE EXCHANGE COFFKE HOUSE
BEST   COFFEE   IN   TOWN
H.    CAMPBELL
Proprietor
Stewart  Hand Laundry
SILK wor.K
A Sl'EClAL'lY
Fifth Street      Mrs. Harris
MINERAL ACT,
Certificate oi I "
NOTH E.
���lnten*
"THE   BEER   WITHOUT   A   PEER
>i.'k'ir"
Vancouver Breweries, Limited
II.  COMKN, DiHtributor
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK
"Northern Light No. 1," "Northern
Light No. 2," "Northern Light No. 3,'1,
"Northern Light No. 4," "Northern
Light No. 6," "Northern Light No. 6,"
"Northern Light No. 7," "Northern
Light No. 8," "Northern Light Fraction," Northern Light No. 1 Fraction,"
"Woodbine," "Woodbine Fraction,"
"Kitchener," "looser," mineral claims,
situated in the I'ortland (anal Mining
Division of Cassiar district
Where located: On east fork Cascade
creek, .Salmon siver valley.
TAKE NOTICK that I, J\ S. Jack,
of Stewart, B. C, acting as agent
for Charles Bunting, Free Miners' Cir
titicate No. 46K45C; William Buntfaf,
Free Miners' Ci rlilni.te No 4liM7f.{';
Charles Henry Lake, I ret- Miners' Certificate No. 4BH4M'; David O'Leary,
Free Mu.-iV Certificate No. 4tf944< ,
John Hovland, Free Minera'Certificate
No. 4M70O, intonda, sixty days from
the data hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improve
intnta, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the ala-ve claims.
Ami ttlttitar take notice that action,
miller section K6, miMl be comnwioed
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Irapreveiiienl.
DaUd this  13th   day uf  July,  A.D
IM1 in
M1NKRAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
I'olybacite Fractional and   Ag   Fractional  mineral   claims,   situate   in   the
Cortland < anal mining divi. on of  Cassiar district.  Where located:   On southeast slope of Mount Dilworlh.
lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C, acting as agent for Silver Crest Mines, Limited, ,N. I'. L., Free
Miner's Certificate No. 60614C, Intend,
sixty days from the date hert-44f, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a t row iv4J rant of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 86, must be
commenced before the issuance of such
Certificate of Improvements |
Dated thin lilt li day of August,
A.D.1921. 12
"Boundary.	
"Grubstake, '
tional   Fraction," >'���      ,  ...^
mineral claim
Canal    mining
district. ., ,
Where located
creek, Balm '��� '    g    ,,
Take   notice   that
of Stewart, BJ
ArooaB. Trii
eiti   .No-  I8S1U':   *<"lu
1
free Miner'   I ' riilic   ,
R   Wilson. I n i
WW*?- 'nd lKU        ���"���intend,"*?
Certificate   No,
day. from the dat.
thi Mining Reci
Improvements  i��.<
taming a Crown i.i    "
claims.    An
action, und*.   *������
menced   betor
Certificate 4,1 In
Date.l      this
AH. 1921
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate  of  Improvement.
NOTICK
Lakeshote mineral claim,  situate   in
the I'ortland Canal   mining   dtvUion  of
Cassiar   district.    Wln-c   located;    At
head of  East   fork   of  Cascade I i.-ek,
.Saiiu4i4i river valley,
Take notice that Dalby ll  Moik.ll, of
.Stewart, B   C .   ailing   us   agent   for
Andrew Lindeborg Free Minera Cer lti
caU Nu.   4ti924C,   intend,   sixty   days
liom the 4lute heleof,    to   apply    to the
Mining   Recorder   for   a   < > i tifii ate uf ,
Improvement*, tot tha purpose of ob-,
taining  a  Crown  Qranl   4.: thi above
claim      And   further   take   notice thai
- lion, under Nation __, must be com
manced   before   the   issuance   of such {
Certificate ���f Improvi ���,, nl
Dated    thia    lllth    day    of    August, i
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