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THE NEWS WILL KEEP
vbu   POSTED   ON   THE
nKVELOPMENT OP THE
IINES   $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. 3. NO. 43
STEWART,   B. C,    FRIDAY,   MARCH 24 1922
$5 The Year-10 Cents the Copy
PRINCE JOHN
IS UNDER BOND
Properly Close to Stewart
Acquired by C. A. Mac-
Kenzie Development to
Start When  Snow Goes
tug Tartar had only two alternatives: one to go back 20 miles,
or go ahead two.    He decideo to
adopt the latter course, and   attempted to bring the scow alongside   the   tug, but before   this
could be done the cargo shifted,
[ and the scow sank to tbe bottom.
| It  is   understood that the loss,
which would approximate $20,000
: was fully covered with insurance.
. . STEWART   LOCAL   NEWS .
Papers were signed   on  Tuesday uheeby C   A.   MacKenzie
of Victoria has taken  an option
and working bond on the Prince
John, a groupgf eleven mineral |
claims owned by James Nesbitt j
and Andy Archie of Stewart.
This property, one of the well
known old locations of the district, is situated five and one-half
miles from town on the west side
of the  Bear viver,   and at  the
nearest point is within about two
miles of the Premier mine.   The
claims run from the bank of the
river to an  elevation   of  about
3500 feet, and take in a   considerable bit  of   what   might   be
termed the eastern slope of the
Premier ridge.
There arc on the property three
large l<-adv tunning  east and
west,  at  an   elevation of about;
WOOfeet.   All these   are   traceable for several hundred feet on
the surface, but the excessively
heavy overburden makes follow-\
in_ iheyi a   difficult   task,     lhe
character of ore in ail these leads
is very similar, gold and copper
being the predominant mint-nils,
'.has not heen uncommon to find
reegold in the ore taken from.
^ a number of the open cuts on this
property.
A good camp is already built a)
ibout the PjiiO foot level, where
a 200 foot crosscut tunnel his
been drive", giving a depth ot
over 100 feet on the second lead.
Thefirsl lead, cut by this tun-
��� ��� i 80  feet   wide, and
1 ''���������<*>' i tha aurfaee for 400
NMOfe t; four opan cuts have
tan male , n it.
Tneiecond lead parallels the
first, about  40*feet beyond, and
* 10to 12 feel  wide.    It   is  also
ira'eahlt-f,,. a conaiderable dis
t,n"' i een  open cut in
il    '        places    It also lias
it by ihe lunnel.
n 'third lead lies a few hun-
|**if-H beyond the second and
fcrun*. parallt-l tn ii.   Tins,   while
���-M   a    lead,   takes  WI
l^-'h" nature   o|    a   /,���������,   it,
���'tli-rn.   has   been  open
number of pUoea, and
turfaea for a eon-
[ *��rab ,���.,._
J" **** is are at |.-e.-,et,t avail-
���toi  j,.
Prominent Merchant
J.   A. Kirkpatrick   of   Prince
Rupert arrived   on   the   Albert,
Sunday,   and   is   slaying at thei
Hotel   King    Edward.      During
the past 30  years  Mr. Kirkpatrick has been prominently identi-j
tied with   most  of  the  mining
camps in British  Columbia,  particularly the   Kootenay  country, i
and for years was one of Nelson's
live wires, assisting materially in'
making that town what it is to-1
da-V    Although   well   over   age
Mr. Kirkpatrick enlisted  in  the
Canadian forces and served over-;
seas   during   the   war.      He   is
j visiting Stewart  for the purpose
I of looking over the situation here
Paint is the life of a building.
Paint up, or down,  or sideway.
Walter Broad returned from
Prince Rupert on the Albert on
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Comer returned from Prince Rupert on
Sunday. n
S. P. Fitzgerald was down over
the week end from the Independence group, Lear river.
A billiard parlor has been
added to the Hotel Stewart,
where knights of the cue can
meet daily and enjoy a friendly
game.
George A. Woodlands, representative in this section for the
Imperial Oil company, arrived
from Prince Rupert, Sunday, on
business.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mehlfeld
of Hyder paid Stewart a visit ot;
Monday.
E. M. Huff, caretaker of the
Red Cliff, arrived in town on
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Saundy of Prince
[George arrived   in   Stewart  on
Sunday last.
Jake Hawkinson returned from
a business trip to Prince Rupert
on the Albert, Sunday.
R. L. Clothier is very busy
these days getting things under
way at the Indian mine.
The Albert arrived in port on
Sunday morning with 67 passengers and 80 tons of freight.
The Bank of Montreal expect
to be in their new   quarters  on
i Fifth street by the end  of this
D. C. Roberts went out to
Rupert on the Albert, Sunday.
Jack Harkley arrived in town,
yesterday, from the L. L. & H.
J. T. Mitchell, surveyor for the
Premier mine, returned from a
trip to the south, Sunday.
Hyde* has a dentist in the person of Dr. W. E. Mulhollan, who
arrived from Juneau on the
Albert last Sunday.
For having whisky in his soft
drink palace, Hyder,St. Patrick's
day, Henry Rivard was given a
government job' for three
months���and $500 fine.
People who arrived from Vancouver on the Albert, Sunday,
are accredited with reporting
that Harry Howson has bonded
the Big Missouri from the Lindeborg brothers, and has left for
New York to finance the deal.
Yesterday the Crawford trans
MAKE STEWART
HEADQUARTERS
Captain Anderson and Associates Form Number of
Companies to Operate in
Portland  Canal   District
Stewart is to be the headquarters of a number of investment companies, recently incorporated by Captain Anderson
and associates. All these companies are of a private nature,
there being no stock for sale, and
are for the purpose of developing
the holdings of the parties
concerned.
Among these companies is the
with a view to buying out the
local business of the Salmon
River Trading company. Mr.
Kirkpatrick is an old friend of
II. P. Gibson.
Silverado Mining   company,   incorporated  for  the   purpose   of
*-m-*-*-m ,   I        ,. [developing the Silverado  mine,
fer took a load of supplies up to|of which j  j CouJ-hlan is presi.
lb
o Mi
1   MicKetiiie'i pro-
__.        l'�� aeetion   with  this
hut  as ,t preeUeaily
r*11"   ��� '   group, owned b.
"������ndon which he  did   aon
��� /*'* last   year,  and
,r""' all accounts,  to do
"' this year, it run   ba
n,,e" <*   "Me  t .,1  lloo
���**---.* development poiie. wil
St. Patrick Dance
rhe dance given by   the   Fire
Department in the school   house
on St Patrick's day was a huge
success, both socially and financially.    The   music,    four   piece
orchestra,     was     exceptionally
good.   A large crowd of local as
well   as   Hyder    people,   were
present, and refused to go home
before   1   a. m.   The gross proceeds  amounted to  $10(1.   This
includes $20 50 donations, money
taken al the door,  and  that   derived from the sale of   the   baskets, for which the tire  wardens
wish to thank the ladies,    i te
also expreaa thanks to Mrs. Den
net!  for  the  Bhamrocks, which \
netted $15. and to Mr. Smith fori
the use of the school.
Hear Hiver Bridge
I In* work of building the Bear
riverbridge appears to be prolog very slow ly.    The  road
has been  broken  to the   bi
and   a   sni'til   crew   ol   mi
getting     out     |nles.     rhe
driver, which   was  used on  tht
duck   extonaion,  haa   be< n
mantled,   and the  mo�� il f   ui   il
up lo the bridge is   well   ui der
H a\.      1 he  app;��ii nt   del I
ii i s io be doe in the  ; i
the depart ment of public
an- i spot ' l d l" be  hs   .
cided as i i a hethi r or
or all of the work will I"
contrail
the Indian mine. The trail is
open to the property. The crew
at present working is composed
of Monte Howe, Ajex McDonald,
Bill Hall, Jim Morrison, Bill
Fillier and Charlie O'Neil.
The extension to the dock was
completed this week. The addition of this space, 30x50, is already proving inadequate. The
building of the extension to the
warehouse was delayed for a few
James Nesbitt, one of the well I month,
known old time prospectors, left j    Soon be time to  "hang  up de
for the Belle Isle Hot Springs on fiddle" and take   down  de   hoe
the Ketchikan  boat during the and  rake   and go   to  work   in
past week. j the back ysrd.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon William Dann, proprietor of
and family arrived from Maple the Stewart hotel has, since his
Hay on Tuesday, and spent a day return, made very extensive al-
or two in town, staying at the tei ations to this popular hostelry.
Stewart hotel. The maMy fl.ienrj8 0f Mrs. H.
According to a financial wizard Comer will sympathize with her
every man, woman and child in in the loss of her father, Thomas
the country ha��K5Qsaved.   Th.  Oxiey  whodied in Prince Rupert  ^   nas   ^ ^ ���
News dev   says ,t s strange tha , recently. j wi)1   on,     be a few ^      befonj j for the   purpose  ot  developing
Manager Whittakerol   the local     The new coat of   paint   being ! the building is completed. heretofore     been
bank never mentioned it  to him.! applied this week to the  roof of
dent, and  Captain  Anderson is
vice-president.
The Terrace Oils, Limited,
Captain Anderson president, is
formed for the purpose of developing the oil lands in the
vicinity of Terrace, where active
[boring operations have already
commenced, and it is reported
satisfactory progress is being
made.
The   British   Alaskan   Mines,
a-*m*****mmm********mmm**m��� .   ** .       ���      La days awaiting lumber,   but   nowjT.X1^ ," m   ,
"o.   Oxley, whodied mPn:ice Rupert!,, ,.J,   .    ,   , , ,* j  .    * ;. Limited, a company incorporated
iMs   has   been uelncicu, ana **********
the Hotel King Edward, has been
It,s reported   aa  B.O  L_ ;- ^.^ ^^
n has made a deal in New \0!k
son has made adea
for one of his groups of  minera
on the street.
\>      Mrs. Carolan, who   has   oper-
ciaims on   the   Bear  river.   _
details   are   available   as  to the ated a store and  meat market in t
nature of the deal or the property Stewart during the past  year, is
involved. enlarging her stock   in   prepar-���
The death occurred recently at ati,,n for the coming season.
Vancouver of Captain David The provincial voters' list is to
Harris, aged 72, who has been in be revised in the near future, j
I ill health for some time. Captain Those whn are not on the lists,
Harris was well known through- and wish to be in a position to
out the north country. Edgar vote at the next election, are ad-
Harris, a sun. resides in Stewart, vised to liie their application with
Since  I.  N,  Hoguewood '
over   the    King    Edward    grill
many new faces appear  daily   to
partake of the viand   ".just   like
to   cook."
John Conway, registrar of voters,
Anyox, on or before April il.
Charlie 1 arsen  is overhauling
his pleasure yacht, "Dirty Kat,"
with the intention, in   the   near
and of
mother   used   to  cook."     This
Lular grill is making aa p future, to cruise to the
Ms'iudas  dinneri.    During   th.   snooze and beautiful women, and
nmer months ice cream ivt
be -ei i ed
\H   the   rooms   in the   II tei
Kins    I      ������' '    ;,!"    '   '
nights cots I
���
Tolin is re-arranging
known in the district as the Benson holdings, a number being on
Fish creek, on the Alaskan side
of the line.
The Alaskan Investments, Incorporated, a company formed
under the laws of the state of
Washington for the purpose of
operating entirely on the Alaskan
siue.
There are several other development    companies,   in     which
I Captain   Anderson   is   taking a
leading part, operating in other
Becttons of the province, and for
', which he intends makingStewart
\ the headquarters.
Captain Anderson and Howard
,, ., ���.   , ; ;f    r,* Cameron   returned  on the com*
During   the   recent   visit    oi Iw"
..,.,,.       M       I, ln  ,,,    . ,,,u   l-  panv s aunch  I rom terrace, last
William .Newell to   the smith, lie   ���_    ���
purchased for the local  fire de- Sunday* 	
partment four five-gallon fire ex-
tinguishera.    1 heae are equipped
with shoulder straps so that in ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
case ut a lire, they can be slung -"* ^ l1"' ***- **** ******* the
on a man's back and earned Algunican Development corn-
any where required. A small pany. ia echeduled to come up for
u0M and tap ia so fitted aa to trial in the county eonrt of Prince
come over the ahouider.all��*in. Ruperton   April   Li.    It will be
Premier Ore Shipments
During the past week the
s.s. Amur left for Tacoma
with about 000 tons of ore
and concentrates from the
Premier mine; 500 tons were
also shipped by scow to
Anyox. l'his brings the
total ore shipments from the
Premier mine since the tirst
of the year up to approximately 14,200 tons. The
s.s. Anyox and the new boat
Griffo are expected eo arrive
before the end of the month.
Increase Equipment
Algunican Case
The suit, w hich has been p.-nd-
in
���tiki.
���ptril
i pn
^^^^^^^  jy wib
��S HOOIl g_ i|,oW  goat
0�� Scow Hunk
K_ja(.11    ''' WtMtWi,
I *****
n*    ,  '''-**t  A.,yox   lu.i
���rtfl,*,!! 'M'I"'',,'* "'ft  a  wind
"''���"'I Die capuin .��!
Inspect Dock A (Tui 11
ihe    Canadian    g
motor slop. p,n on . . i on
l lead*)   fiuiii  Digbj i
enab���> ��� indi r  Wa
c iiii.t.iin (oj ii ���   mai im   ���
ment, i ipacl I hi I the
I   md   look   into
matters nn  i
th. dot k.    Mi  WaU n i
him leil        b��ini
with it"
��� i
in, ,i        it
Inp, W , di ���
lip   the    .
���ing rush u
n inii |
'     I the  H. A
I'oronto, ai
the  A
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i
inter* ���! I
I.  i
provincial repn
aio I
; ���     paid a
nn:
��� i
bung back to Stewart the  "little
bunch "f sweetneaa" that he left
acroea tha frog pond some thirtj
ih,. \eai ��� sgo.
,l  i:  Miller, inapector ~%
toma and excise, and   1. Mason, come over the shoulder, allowing      -
assistant, arrived on th, Allen, the chemical to be played on tbe remembered that Um  company
nday. from Victoria,  on their ftre without difficulty; all that is got into financial difneutleedur-
mnuti tour of inspection.   After neceaaary is to turn a Handle at mg thedepreaaion  ot   1921 and
spending- several days in .town the top of the Unk. which burati          ' "'' '*'>***** thiadiatrct
and visiting tl    cuatoma office at ,,,  retainer inside,  thus doing \** rebruarj   oi   that year,   Ne-
Silver Heights, they left on then twty with the neeeeaitj            ��� lotieUona have been under way
return trip south on I -\   ��� n At |nM tha whola tank upside down. ���"���' ��lnc<                    l" -*"**-
deraon*.  h   tl            ri i bough)    i     I                       ���        ��   Ui'   ,,u' ,u,u'
  V Ity. ,,l   baud,   from   ��� ll -   '     "J* "J   U""1   [T
em ���   well known  ��vho wei irding  I ''"^ " �������������� *<
I i;,' l    wen   Knot-ill   *���>"" In..-     i^��..i���     tl _,...,��, at i����u
, |   . iheplai I       "'  lll,Mr ���"
,,���,,    ,   I pa. I      ���      ���   n, i" replace them  with  twi
��� l-^llol... owing lull..
lCh    coming   in  on  ti lUnkibeioi I foi
,.unch      . Mr.   Brei        raea to   I In  ihi-
l��0,i the foewnrt   departweiit
��  ** iour.inateid el \
***** ��'
,     Co,
""���"l-��l ��' *       ������
y thai     labia /,!,...
Hut   lately   theee   neg itiationa
and    suit
comn
Metal    Market
i l PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,
FRIDAY,   MARCH
1922
The  Portland  Canal  News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
MEMBER    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY     NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.
Notices, 20 cents per line.
Reading
Special  Position  Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
ordinary rates.
Certificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
$2.50 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.
No Advertising Aecepted for First Page
MINING   PROSPECTS
THIS should be a year of great activity in British Columbia mining. Since
the beginning of the war less interest has
been shown in prospecting and exploration than before, but now the mind of
ambitious and energetic men is turned toward former interests, pursuits and en-
bet ween the Americans and the English
troops sent against them; on the second
it is proposed to commemorate the unity
of the American and English troops who
fought shoulder to shoulder in the great
war. Thus far have the nations traveled
in less than 150 years. Bunker Hill,
Hampstead, will carry a curved wall inscribed with tne names of the American
and British regiments and commanding
officers who fought together, and in front
will be a bed of growing flowers. A short
distance away will be a metal table with
the names of the battlefields and countries
where they fought together, with arrows
pointing in the direction of the places
named, such as France, Italy or Syria. A
large stone globe is also part of the plan.
The scheme has the cordial approval of
the ambassador of the United States and
Viscount Bryce.
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UNITED STATES AND EUROPE
EUROPE has received almost simultaneous announcement from Washington
that the United States will not be represented at
the Genoa conference, and tuat the United States
States expects to be paid out of reparation money
for the cost of maintaining troops on the Rhine.
French criticism is more keen than English. Paris
journalists find the United States interested and
A Complete
Banking Service
Small traders and great industrial corporations���workmen with modest savings
accounts and fanners with their banking
business���find in the Bank of Montreal
the banking service they require extended
to them with courteous attention.
The facilities of this Bank are equally at
the service of every class in the community.
terprises. Young men are ready for new 'not interested at the same time in the affairs of
undertakings that minister to their spirit Europe. British writers find the United States
of adventure. claiming the benefit of the Treaty of Versailles
Some  important  and  valuable   lu]^^
, ,.      ,_���,_, ... ,! the suggestion that the United Slates can be quite
covenes have stimulated the curiosity and international when calling a conference at Wash-
excited the desire of eager gold seekers, j ington to determine matters in which she is vitally
Vast stores of undiscovered wealth lying interested, but remains isolated when invited to
about US in this province have always been assist in the economic restoration of   the world.
BANK OF MONTREAL
ESTABLISHED  MORE THAN 100 YEARS
Stewart Branch:  L   S. WH1TTAKER.  Manager.
| m TOTAL ASSETS TN EXCESS OF #500,000,000
and will again be a lure to resident and
stranger.
In fact there is no great cause for quarrel in the
attitude of President Harding. If his troops are
to stay on the Rhine they have the same right to
Development and operation of mineral \ be paid by Germany as British and French troops.
deposits already discovered should now go! And the United States is not the only country
on more vigorously than during the last! which has doubts of the value and necessity of-
twelve years.   Before the war the specu   lhe Genoa conference
NOTE   AND  COMMENT
A "blankety blari*" is an income tax blank.
The   first   saw   was   made in 1846, and some
Yes, reader; the Portland canal  mineral  zone-
never looked brighter.    Watch the smoke.
lative disposition turned to real estate
ventures. That boom is past and we do
not need another. A fraction of the enthusiasm and energy which was spent in
land   exchanges, and  a relatively small
part of the capital that was employed  hy |people have   i i   j ��
the people in selling lots to each other,
would add a great deal to the products and
wealth of the country.
Prices of mineral products are not so!       .nu    ��� . ui ������
, .   . ,.        .    . ,. , 1 here s too much latitude in woman s dress,
high as in war time, but they are supposed and not en0UJ,h lo,)gilude" so wiwamtm say.
to be on a stable basis.   Reorganization j	
and renewal of the world's normal   activi- Some aw 1'hI specimens of  feminine charm ap-
ties will develop a market for mineral pro- V<--r on the social pages of the Vancouver papers.
ducts.   What one hears of unemployment!
leaves  the  impression  that   there  is  no Airships are now a commercial success.    Last
shortage of available labor.     Many men ^k�� tramp stole a ride,   between Tacoma  aiui
i     i a    i    j _    __.      ���_���        -ii -l       i   j Seattle, on one of them.
who have flocked to the cities will be glad 	
to seek the hills from   whence  may  comei       An American exchange says:    "Judge L^ndisl
their help.    Machinery   and   utensils   are will give all his attention to baseball."    The News1
working back tc normal prices.    The cost \ devil plans to do the same.
of food and clothing is lower than at any ���
time   since   the   early   days of  the war.>    A Seattle heiress will wed AnastaBe Andrevitch
Capital is shy of speculative ventures, but!vLon siat*k��y-von  K****- PrtJ88 Di_patch.   Is
.. .      ,       . _. ni li    . .    this a name or somebody driving on the cat.'
there is abundance  for profitable invest-
ment. Railway freight rates are lower and       March is a muntll a|way8 to be depended on
water  freight   rates   are  working  down-1 for weather.    If it isn't one thing it is another and
ward.    Besides these reasons there is thei usually both, and thus is the average kept even.
psychological   lure.   People  are  talking j
and thinking about mines and minerals. In Victoria, last week, a lone man walked into
So we look for greater mining activity I ! Yat*8 "reel mni.nery store and robbed  the till.
.     .. ... i,--      l-    __.      .l. u       It was probably rather trying to break even be-
in British Columbia than the province has ,0|H ,he la8ter bonnel it purcha8td>
known for a long time.   In no part ot -*--*[ ���  -_���,
world does such activity promise greater
results. No industry is capable of bringing
greater prosperity to the province tf
mining is followed beiiuuil), prudently
and Industriously.
Exchange Grill
AND   MEAT   MARKET
OPEN DAYaEI NIGHT
Bread, Cakes, Pies, a Specialty
MEAT DEPARTMENT--
Best  Assortment
of Fresh Meats in town.    Call and inspect our Butcher
Shop.    Everything fresh but the employees.
J.    P.   HAWKINSON,   Proprietor
"JAKE'S   CAFE."
LYON'S MEAT MARKET
HYDER,   ALASKA
Agents for Barton's Circle W Smoked Meats
Try our Pickled Beef and Pork
Mixed   Sweet   Pickles.   Sauerkraut,   Dills   and   Mince M<;tt
always on hand.      Quality our motto.
J. O. LYON
PROPRIETOR
HitlTIHI.    HI  sKKIt   HILL
STEWART    NEWS   CO.
H. P. (-1BSON  Proprietor
Ganong's  and   I-rowney'i   Chocolates
Stationary      China      Library
Music and Records
THKttK is one Bunker Hill at Charles   AH th* Very UUmi
town, AUfMMichiiftelU; there is another ad- ���a���-���
joining Hampetead Heath.    On the tirst ia hot. Agent (or the Imperial  Tuimeu  Company
a monument to t'oiuiiti-moratU   the battle and Canadian swam Laundry
STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STKWAKT TOWNSITE . .
��� MrAll   <>,H. |
ioi f***Js**m\* Blix-k,        VICTORIA. B. t:.
Heal ..state   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.    STEWAKT, -       l*r_���i,|, m
Lots for salt.- in all parts ol town
Listing* of propel I u-a for sale wand-d
STEWART LAND CO., LTD.
Fifth SI, Stewart, HC
C   S.   BAKER
PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER
STEWART,   fi. C.
DALBY B.
MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. ('
rand
8TEWART
nrveyor
15. C.
DR. ALFRED H. BAYNE
Dental Surgeon,    PRINCE RUPERT
HBLOERSON    BLOCK
R.   E.   LUNDVALL
ASSAYER
Hyder Ai.aska
JOHN
HYDER
HOVLAND
ASSAYER
ALASKA
DR. W. D*ARC�� CHASE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
At Alaska Hotel I     p iraly
HYDEK,       - -       ai.ASKa
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
Leading  hotel in northern
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I        I PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   24,
1922
#,We Sell Everything..
\A/E   SELL   FOR   LESS
WE   are   featuring   EXTRA   VALUES
in Groceries this week
SEAL OF  QUALITY  GOODS       *
nOHR THAT  MAKES GOOD BREAD
Don't overlook there has been an advance
in the price of Flour, but we are selling
at the old price.      Buy now
IN   GRANITE WARE
SHOE   SPECIALS
THAT   SAVE   YOU   MONEY
Does your feet tire easily? Come in and walk out with a
pair of shoes that rests the foot, develops the muscles and
permits perfect circulation. Prices so low that competitors
have an idea the shoes were stolen.     We have your number
We can understand youth or old age
Salmon River
Trading Co'y
Getting gold out of the air is
being attempted by thc United
States government at the New
York assay office, according to a
statement by director of the mint
Baker. Tests of a new process
are being carried on there, he de
clared, by which the air, smoke
and dust which escapes from
the molten gold and carry off
minute particles of the precious
metal can be refined so that none
of the gold is lost. It is thought
that a considerable saving to the
government will result.
GROUPS   LOOK   GOOD
The Lion  property,  which is
[ situated above the town of Alice
Arm, is looking very promising,
says the Herald.    Since solid ore
was encountered the tunnel has
'���' been driven a distance of 16 feet,
and the hanging  wall has been
followed.   The lead is 16 feet in
. width and   fine   samples of ore
j have been brought down. ' Aver
age  samples   have  been  taken
I for a distance  of 16 feet along
| the tunnel and also from the face
ofthe diift,   but assay returns
are   not  yet   available.    About
three  tons   of   high   grade ore
taken from a small vein in cross-
cutting the lead is stored  at the
mine.   Owing to the lateness of
the season it was found impossible to rawhide any quanity of
ore down the hill this spring and
work has been suspended by the
owners until later in the year.
The Esperanza mine is located
on the same hill as the Lion property and numerous small veins
of high grade silver ore have
been located on several other
properties, but the ore body on
the Lion is the largest yet located on the hill. It is hoped
that it will be possible for the
owners of the Lion to develop
the property this year, and it is
very probable that if development work is done that a considerable body of shipping ore
will be proven up. The property
is ideally situated for shipping,
being only two and two-half
miles from the town of Alice
Arm, and less than three and
half-miles from the wharf.
CAROLAN'S
MEAT MARKET
���
FRESH ....    UCATO
AND  GURED    NIlHIO
SHAMROCK   BRAND
Full Line of Groceries and Vegetables.   Orders
taken for Gamps and Mines.     Fresh Milk
and  Dairy   Produce
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
WILL SHIP WINTER MINED ORE
Hiing Edward
GRILL	
Under New Management
^NEWELL
W.   L.   NEWELL,
Comfortable Furnished Rooms.
nection.   Cigars, Tobaccos, Soft Drinks.      Solo Tables
PHONE, 1   LONG. 1 SHOUT. 1 LONG
ROOMS
Proprietor
Rarber Shop in Con-
With the opening of navigation ; ment. George T. Coffey reports
on the Yukon rivers, the move-1 that the whole Mayo district is
ment of winter-mined ore, which; booming. Veins continue wide
promises to be a record one, will! in Yukon Gold Co's properties at
commence. The Yukon Gold ; Faro gulch and McQueston slope,
company have 3100 tons of silver' The shaft is down 340 feet at the
ore at Mayo City ready  for ship- former place and 85 at the latter.
__________ , ;The   Treadwell   interests    have
located a vein in a new crosscut
on   McQueston slope,    and  the
i Slate Creek company is driving
la new long tunnel on  Lightning
creek.    At present   the   camp is!
1 short of supplies,  but will pull
through until the river opens.
Home Made Bread
and Pastry
Give  us  a  trial.    If  you
like us, COME AGAIN
HYDER
AUTO
SERVICE
FRED  DOREY
Manager
STEWART PHARMACY
GEORGE A. ERASER
Proprietor
I. N. HOGUEWOOD, Proprietor
TAXI
and
TRUCK
SERVICE
FOOTWEAR THAT'S GOOD
Shoe buying time is  here.    We
carry the kind for tender feet.
-i itylea.    Prices just riulit
JUST UNPACKED
LADIES' READY TO WEAR
Garments that are useful ami
everyone a bargain. More
coming on next boat.    See them
TEe Smartest of Smart Goods
You want value���we have it- in our wonderful offering of Men's wear.   We have your size-
H.  ZEFFERT,       SMITH   BLOCK,      STEWART,   B.C.
NEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL
Stewart
Look at the map of Hriti.h Columbia
with an unbiased mind.   Roughly Van-
-���Oliver i�� WHI miles from the same
lKiint in (he l'eace Kiver country that
in reached in 400 miles from Stewart,
which is the natural outlet for the
whole northern and eastern interior.
Nearly every settler in the Pn��
Kiver diatrict is talking of railway
communication with the coast.
Speaking in broad terms there an
thirty-two millions ol acres of the
i'eace Kiver di-tnet situated within the
Ixiundanei of British Columbia, ami
more than forty millions of acres with
in the Province of Alberta, most of it
being .unable agricultural hind for
mi Mil fanning o. ranching In addi
tion there ia a vast area nf mineral aud
inidier reaourevs, the eMeiii ui which ll
only beginning to be i.*uli/���������<!.
Immeime deposit, ol anthrai iU
have been located and the   pi I sideul  ul
the l'eace  Kiver    Koaul    ol    T'-'l'     I
authority for the  stalemenl   ihat   thin
���otl grades higher   than   Pennsylvania
nial.
Kxtenaive exploration *orl
euriad on In i mnection wiih oil and
already itartling result, have been ob
tai,e,l. The oil -and. are located at a
depth of about sixteen hundred feet
[aud enough i ��� itigation ha- taken
place ������ bi a- urad thai thej are of
wonderful extent There is also an
abundance of natural gaa.
The area under cultivation at preaenl
la only aboul 300,000 acres and the
population of the whole district is
about 20,000    The first grain waa aenl
.ul of thee trj three yeara ago, and
conaUtad ol lew than one thousand
buahala. La ' ,-*- nine million buahala
war* produced from about a quarter
million a '���'*'" *���" ������'   u,'l,i
being
doubh   th.   average  oi   other
portionsu! Uberta The la I - ***>
vail adept- I I i tbi raisins ul   l ck ol
all kind-, i ���"," ''aiU '"'���-'"
; ��� 'l ''
*   producinn K,t
that win
.,,,, year, then will *  "'��� ��� '
prod         Wbush I
.., ,. ighl) 10,000,000 U)l
Railway at Anyox
Equipment, which will be used:
in the building of the railway to:
i give access to the new dam which j
lis   being   built   by   the Granby
Consolidated   Mining,   Smelting
and Power company  at Anyox,)
! was   brought   north   last   week
from Vancouver.   It consists of i
���ii
ties, poles, rails, and a quantity |
of electrical apparatus. Tbe
rails were used during the construction of the Hudson Bay
railway for the purpose of
bringing out ties and trestle
timbers.
Much development work is
being done around Alice Arm.
The Harvey group, situated in
the Babine district, will have a
large crew of men mining and
developing this summer.
The art of prospecting some
times seems as though dying out
in British Columbia. The days
of tbe old methods are nearly
gone, and it would seem as
though the lack of appreciation
of the need for newer methods.
A good constitution, a pick,
a shovel and a pan are not all a
man needs now.
Since the new hoard of director of lhe chamber of mines took
office a determined effort has
been made to h��VC the  chamber
take a proper place i> ihe community in  relation  to mining,,
Already effect! of the  campaign
are being felt at the OfftCM, vi hich
in*  now   the   rendesvous   for
proBpeotors, engineers-  brokeri
and investors.     I'iu\ nice.
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
\V.    EL   TOLIN,       -       -       Manager
Canadian National R
(IRANI)   TRUNK   PACIFIC    RAILWAYS
Steamers sailing between Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver, Powell
River. Ocean Kails, Swanson Bay, Prince Rupert, Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands.
SAILINGS from PRINCE RUPERT-
THURSDAYS   AT    TWELVE   O'CLOCK,   MIDNIGHT,    FOR
SWANSON BAY. OCEAN   FALLS.   POWELL RIVER,
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   AND   SEATTLE
FROM   PRINCE    RUPERT    FOR   STEWART
P. M., March lti. 80, April 13, 27.
I 1.11II   Bel \ lee .
Passengei    MONDAY,   WEDNESDAY und SATURDAY  at 11.15a.m.
for
siniiii'i -, Prinoa Qeorg1    I >i i"ii ami Winnipeg, making direct
connsoliou. ror all puinla blast and South,
Por Atlantic Steamship sailings oi further information, apply to
gnj Grand Trunk Pacific Agent, or to G. A. McNicholl   Assistant
General Freight and Passenger Agent, Prince Rupeit, B. C.
News, $5 Year PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B.  C,   FRIDAY,   MARCH   24,   1922
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $75,944,203;
Lode Gold, $102,753,823; Silver. $53,668,284; Lead. 46.637,221;
Copper, $161,513,864; Zinc, $19,896,466; Coal and Coke. $212,-
573,492; Building Stone, Brick, Cement. $32,168,217; Miscellaneous
Minerals, $1,037,408; making itsIMineral Production to the end of
1920 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $706,192,978
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in this Province
fs 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 Xears, 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, 8142,072,603; 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 are open for prospecting.
The mining laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees
lower than those of any other Province in the Dominion, or any
Colony in the British Empire.
Mineral locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees.
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, security %of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports and'Maps, may
be obtained gratis by addressing
TIIE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES, Victoria, British Columbia.
CRAWFORD    TRANSFER
^   FOR   TEAMS,   SADDLE
AND   PACK    HORSES..
WOOD    AND    COAL
STEWART, B. C. W.   J.   CRAWFORD,  Manager
The only nation that can lower
taxes is indignation.
Preparations are being made
for the re-opening of all northern canneries.
They have never discovered
perpetual motion, but a lot of
people have discovered perpetual
rest.
They have lowered the tariff
on glass. But a bottle of whi*- kj
costs more than it did Un
years ago.
Hyder is no't on the train that j
carries the bacon; but it is certainly on the wagon that carries
the water.
By comparison with   Ireland, I
Mexico  seems   peaceful    these
days.
In Ceylon no man marries a
woman unless she has a dowry.
Here's to Ceylon!
The G. T. P. boats should tie
up for a week in order to catch
up to the time table.
Scientists say the earth has
fourteen movements. The prohibition movement is not one of
them.
A man, aged 103, died in Manitoba last week. He never saw
an automobile. That's the reason he reached theeenturf mark.
BIG Money
for Your
tMiiskrat _
The eloquence of a Stewart - Babe Ruth will get a salary ol
gent is of no more practical use j $75,000 for playing ball for New
than   hollering "Come Seben,"
in a crap game.
Owing to lack of water the
Pacific mills at Ocean Falls shut
down last week. Ought to tap
Prince Rupert dairies.
An egg preserving plant is
being established at Victoria.
Jhat village is noted forbad eggs
���when the legislature is in
session.
York .this season. This is more
than the Swamp Point nine will
cost.
Premier Mackenzie King,
papers state, is the best dressed
man in Ottawa. He can be, because he was willed a house and
don't have to pay rent.
An eastern doctor says slaep-
in.g out doors makes one beautiful.   At last we are able  to   ac-
Wants ail your MUSKRAT and MINK-QWC/C-
and will pay you these extremely high prices.
MUSKRAT
Spring
Winter
m. 1 En -at
f.\,T.\ IO 4w__
5.50 to 4.50
h*. 1 Urj��
No. I R7T:i'*n
lr*i,iu ' i
No. i Sm. i   srr
3.75 to 2.7512.46 to ZM 1.501.1 .M81.50to .80
4.00 to 3.00*2.50 to LS">U._d i:. L.i':1 ..P'���_ .651.00 to }j
count for the charming appear-1
A new telephone   enables you | ance of the average hobo,
to see the face at the other end.
"Wrong face, Central; I wanted
a blonde,''will soon be the new-
complaint.
An   English   doctor says the
At a meeting of the Conserva-
tive  association   in   Vancouver;
last week, VV. J. Bowser stated, I
"I have been called  a quitter."
We heard a man call   the   great:
MI N II	
Fin., Dark 125.00 to 20.OOj 18.00 lo lSi& 14.00 i. UM 00 to ..W10.03 io S3
u.uaiCoioJlf).OOiol2.00jii.OOto 8.ini 7.00 to &. ��� i. I dX It I j
Co-,��t       !.0.00 to 8.001 7.03 to 5JM SrflO tn 4$ 3.7S lo IQdJ 3.75 to l'i|
pores of the body number twenty | political windjammer worse than
eight million and two.    He could \ t^a(-
have left off the last figure and |	
no one would dispute him.
The News devil says he used
to think the Canadian Creeper
was a plant; but evidently it is a
WATER
Diversion
NOTICE
and Use
The above prices arc based on the well known ' SHUBERT"
liberal grading and arc quoted for immediate shipment. No.3,
No. 4, kitts, and othcrwisq inferior skins at highest market
value. We also want all your other furs and will pay tha
BIG PRICES quoted in "Clj. frlfitlirrt tMpytur' to ga them.
Don't wait-SHIP TODAY.
A shipment to "SHUBERT" will
result in "more money"���"quicker"
Take notice, that F. E. Winslow,
whose address is Union Bank Building,
Victoria, B. C, will apply for a licence ,
OCEAN    VIEW    HOTEL
HYDER,   B. C.
Warm, Comfortable Rooms. $1.00 Per Day
Choice Line of Canadian Cigars and Tobaccos
Local   Distributor Silver Spring
Ball Room in Connection
Catering to Large and Small Parties
WILLIAM REID TOOTH, Prop. Tel. 5 Short
steamboat, as it takes three days ' -<> take and use 28 fee. seconds of water.
. s-   m   ���.   i - out ol Glacier creek, which  Mows   west|
lor a G. T. P. boat to come from i an(j drains jnU> Bear fiver.
���-   -  *
iaiR au voua >u**J*r
Rupert to Stewart.
Fifteen horses,   belonging   to
about   three
miles from its mouth.    The   water will
be diverted from th" stream at  ** point
about half a mile from its mouth ut the
, , ! intake of Hume near the n.e.   corner of
Joe Seagram of bonze fame, were j |ot 4()5i to be used on lot 4���5 for mini���K
seized at  Buffalo   last   week   be- | P"rpoaeon the crown   granted  mineral
, ... i claims. Lucky Seven. Little Joe,
cause ninety cases of whiilry BcHpae, Little Joe Fraction. Herbert,
were found in the Car.     Seagram ! Gypsy, Mayflower. Mosquito, Mosquito
Fraction, and   Richaid  2     This  notice
AB SHU
The Largest House in the Jtorid,
. _.���];__ _M:Jq
Vancouver
lifpt
B��iH$h eol'
a***i.
j states   it   is   necessary to   give
| whisky to horses while  working
them out.   That's a horse on the
man who works.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
W.    DANN,    Proprietor
Steom Heated Room��      Comfortably Furnished
Prying Room       Dining Room
RATES,      SVOO      A      DAY
Baths
HYDER
RADIO
SETRVICE
Op.m 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (including Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B. C.
Richaid  2
was posted on the ground on   the  23rd
day of February, 1:122,    A copy of  thi-
notice   and    an    application    pursnant I
thereto and to the "Water   Acti 1914," j
will be   Bled it) the office 0.   the   Water j
Recorder at Prince Rupert.   Objections I
to the application may lie filed with naid I
Water Kt-oiideror with the Comptroller \
of Water Rights, Par anient I'.uildiinr-,
Victoria, B.C., withinjthirty days after;
the first  appearance of this notice in   a;
local  newspaper.    The date of the first
publication   of   this   notice   is    March;
3   1922.
F.  E.  WINSLOW. Applicant
Ry H. C. Bennett, Agertt.
Comer Auto Transfer   between stewart
and Jitney Service ....       ANl) HY1)I��
DAY    AND   NIGHT
(ierag- Comer Sixth and Conway
Stand at Stewart Hob i
H.  tullKII,  Manager
I rl. | long    1 short
NAAS   RIVER   LANDS
[Limited)
Notice is hereby given that the aliove
named Company intends at the expiration of one month from the first publication uf this mil lit-, tu apply to the
Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for
his approve to the change of ils name
to 'Dunwell Mines,    Limited,"    |Non
Pereonal Liability].
Dated ai Victoria. II. ('., the 4th day
of IVbruary, 192���
HUBERT M. STEWART.
"M-It Secretary for the Company
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
Maybee mineral claim, situate
in the Portland Canal mining division
of Cassiar district. Where located:
West bank American creek.
Take notice that I, P, S. Jack.acling
as aifent tor John Wardlaw Stewart,
of the town of Stewart, B.C.. fr**
Miner's Certificate No. 6SM8C;
intend, sixty days from the
.late hereof, tn appl', tn the Mining
Recorder for a Ccrtificah of improve
merits, for the purpose of obtaining a
(.'rown Grant of tin- above claims.
And further lake notice that action,
under section K5, must be cotmii-*ii. ed
liefore the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvement*.
Dated this 1st day of September,
A.D. 19-1. .
MINERAL ACT.
Certilicate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
I'olybacito Fractional and Ag Fractional minerm claims, situate in the
Portland ( anal mining liivison of Caa*
siar district. Where located: Ol) southeast slope of Mount Dilworth.
'lake notice that Dalby B. Morkill, of
Stewart, B.C., acting as agent for Silver Crest Mine.,, Limited, N. P.I... Fjr**
Miner's Certilicate No. 506T4C, intend,
sixty days from the datt hereof, to ap-
ply to the Mining Recorder for a Cer
tificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a ( rown (Irani of the
above claims. And further take notice
that action, under section 86, must he
commenced before the isHiiui.ee of lUch
Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Kith day of August,
A.D. 1921. 12
Ml' ERAI   '������ T
Certificate of Im]
NOTICE,
Cray   Copper,   Gi
i
H.   W.   M.    ROLSTON
NOTAKY   IM'Hl.lC
STKWAKT,     - B. t\
WM.   FRASER
YOU   ARE   GAMBLING
IN   THE   FUTURE
ITS    NOT   BUSINESS
A cslsinitv may liapp. i tomorrow,    You inav  die,   be  burnt out, or
become an invalid for life.    Hare you madu any provision s^siii.t this?    il
do il now.    You eeoaol silonl to wait ui.other minute.    Let one ofthe follow, ing
largo eoiiipsnii�� c*rry the risk:
Cl'ARDIAN Villi: INSt'lUr.i i. I 0 QUEEN tii.i,  i .   i 'ttAMtfe. V*J.
IIONAI.   FIKK   INSU1UN4 I
NORTHERN     KIIO.     1NSURAM I.     DO
.    :;A'1U;.\     l.ll j.     IN .i i:.\M 1     CO.
PACirtC   HAKINB   INSURANCE CO
li OBE   1NOBMI I      VOH   HICK   <��R   At I IDIN I
BuildingContractor lmlu,mv .    .
Estimates Furnuhed\ m*   Work Guaranteed **>   Wf   M*   tuH^MUni,   AKHU
4hiH. Notary Public STKWAKT
MINERAL   ACT.
Certilicate of Improvement,
NOTICE
Lake-bore mineral claim, situate i:i
the I'otll.ml (anal miiimg iiivision of
CtaaLtr district. Where located; At
head of East fork of Cascade Creek,
Salmon river rallev,
Take notice that Dalby It. Moikdl, of
Stewart, B C. acting as agent lor
Andrew Lindeborg Free Miners Cer iii
cate No. 4ii'.)21C, intend, sixty dsys
from the date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certifleate ol
linprovetni nt.-. lorn,, purpoM of obtaining a Crown (.rant of the above
cbdm. And further take in,lire thai
ii'linn, under section It, iin.��t i.e mm-
meneed la-fore the Usual c_ of such
Certificate of  Improvements.
I��aie,|    this    lotii    dav    of    AugiiHl,
A il   19.1. 12
MINERAL At  I
��� innate of linprov. in, . I
IOTICK
ida    Fractional  Mineral   ���
-itiiat. in   the   Portland ( anal   mining
division of Caaniaa disti
*Jrm ���    ���      *>,���{   loik   Casca.ii*
Creek, .Salmon River Vail, ,
Take noti.. iiisi i, h.iy  u.   Morkill
!'���  C., erMii-t as  ageiti   i
ths 11 1    SUver Mine., I I I- I
miners' csrtiAeate '������
ai.ly     dkks      from      U..      ilsl.
\.\.t,        Ul        tie      Mount!
'>'        ("I        S ,U*     ,,l      III,
>       lllr ol,
.   S   Clown   Qraitf   of   lin    .
Ai i i .H .,i       i
��� ���'��� wh    ��i   be  i   HttiM
l*��for�� ih.: iasuanes uf such certil
,    ...
Dsl.,1 lin. Il.lh   .Uy   nl     )..!>     A    h
mineral claima, sitnat,-
Can I mining dh ��� io
district.
Where located: i
L'ppsr Hear riser bi
v. : | (ilacier,  Bl Bl   I
'lake notice thi I   I,  -
Pree Miners' Certil
Stewart, B. C, fo   '
aa agent for Geor; inii   K
Proa Miners'  < i  i
Joeepe A. Baywai     i
tificate No.  B3720C,
nason.   Free   Mil er     '
.;,���:;(',   Intend,    ��� t*
dull'   liereof,   to appl)    '
Recorder   foraCeri
ments,   for the  uu
i i row n   Ci ai,t of   the  ���
Ami farther I ���������
onder m ction 86, m
l , lore the   iSUS
of Improvements.
Dated   Un-   I ��� ��� ��� '   '
Septembei , A.D
���
MINER tl
t ertifteate ol Impt	
NU'I H I
"Noi them Light
i No. '_." "Nortln i
��� ������Northern l-i��D*  No
' Light No. 5,    "Nortl ��� i   j
. -ril,. in   i.i. hi
���   (a i1",1
t " Northt ii, LikIi
"Wuedbine.        >���     '
"Kitchener," "I    ��� '
���ituaUdin ne  i
Division of I " '
Wi.e,, |��
areek, lalmon sivei
TAKE NOTI' i   '
,f    Stesv.lt       K    I
  :���
fi.,    .So.
i hat
llli.'��le      No
Mitel
loon Rovlsi      i
i mm . ��� ���'
, harm '   '
���
U,   foi   tl
....
I      Ami li'ill ' I
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