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 Provincial Library.
Victoria,
B. C.
THE NEWS WILL KEEP
70U POSTED ON THE
DEVELOPMENT OF THE
MINES���$5.00 THE YEAR
Portland Canal News
Devoted to  the Interests of the Mining Districts of  Northwestern British Columbia
SEN�� THIS COPY TO
YOUR FRIEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 7, NO. 26
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 20,  1925
$5 THE  YEAR���10c. the Copy
���GRADES
OH SIVERADO
pine Values Encountered
On New Vein at Lower
Elevation���Long Tunnel
Being Driven
NOW DRIFTING    j
ON EMPEROR1
IG MISSOURI
WINTER WORK
Gustav Seiffert, managing director of the Emperor, accompa-
CREW WORKING
FOR SEBAKWE
meantime work at the mine will
Kxhaustive surface exploration; be in charge of Vince Seiffert
work carried on during the past jand will consist of drifting on
summer "on the lower portion of j the big vein to get under the
the Silverado group has resulted j face of the tunnel that tapped
in opening up a very interesting! the same vein last year on a
ore body at an elevation of about' higher level
P. E. Peterson, metallurgical I 0. B. Bush, president of the
engineer for the Big Missouri, j National Silver Mines, visited
nied by Mrs Seiffert, left yester-j who was in town last Monday ! Stewart and the mine during the
day for Vancouver to remain j on business, informed the News'week end on business, leaving
until after the holidays. In the j that Manager Pat Daly has the for the south again Monday eve-
mine in splendid shape andjning. While here he arranged
everything snug and ready for' for an initial small crew of men
an aggressive development cam-! to go to work on the old Bush
paign this winter. ' properey now controlled  by the
The compressor plant has been Sebakwe Co. of   London,   Eng.,
installed    and    a    considerable as reported last week,
amount of air pipe already  laid;
The drift will  be
LIGHTING GO.
SELLSGONTROL
Arrangements have been completed for the sale of control of
the International Electric Company to Ernest Love, manager
of the city power plant of Prince
Rupert, who will arrive in Stewart about the first week in   Dec-
PORTLAND GANAL
LEAD-ZINC ORES
Instructive Paper by Leading Mining Engineer on
Subject of Paramount
Importance
(Editor"s note:���The following
ember for the purpose of taking! interesting article, contributed
charge locally. Mr Love, while) by Capt. A.J.Gaul, a mining en-
being a loss to Prince Rupert, j gineer of extensive experience
will be a distinct gain to Stewart! in Africa and Eastern and West-
While, on account of the deal | for he has had many years' ex- jern Canada, should   prove  very
1700 feet, upon  which sufficient! 400 feet in   length,   and   when j this is being done in   two  lines, j having just been completed, it is perience and is a thoroughly cap- i informative to  readers  of  the
completed   an   upraise   will   be'one north to the old Mann   tun- a little too early for Mr Bush  to I able all-round man when it comes j Portland Canal News, as it em-
work has been done,  with   good
esults, to justify   the   manage- driven to connect with the upper j nel, and the other south   to   the ��ive any details of the company's; to the matter of light and power
ment in driving a 400-foot crosscut tunnel, which is already   in
tunnel.
Capt. A. J. Gaul, M.   E.,   has'claim, a distance of   about
about 30 feet, with good progress j made an examination of the re.
being made. This vein strikes (cent strike and gives the width
N 70 deg. W and dips at   about I of the vein as 24 feet.   Manager
It varies in width J Seiffert is well pleased both with
53 deg. S W
from five to six feet, is free on
both walls, and carries values
principally in silver, with a good
gold and lead content and a
small amount of copper.     Sam-
the values and character of the
ore, which is an ideal concentrating product. Plans for a mill
will not be oonsidered until further development has been done,
showings on the Golden   Crown |plans for the future,   still   inei for a city or  small   town.     Mr
ior,rv;vety fact that they have already T       . . ..   . , - u
1200   .    .   , .   '      .        ...     i Love has expressed his intention
i started a crew to   work   getting; ...
feet- ! things    in   shape   for  opening Iof movin* hls   fam,'y here   and
The   immediate   development would signify that an extensive1 becoming a permanent resident
program is to crosscut frem   the development program is contem- of Stewart.
Mann tunnel for the purpose of plated for the immediate future. I    The present management have
M
exploring at   depth   the  known
statement   that   while the Nat-;
ional   Silver   disposed   of their
crosscut > interest in the   Bush   property,
is reported to be already break- they still  own   other   property
ing into ere.   The air line south'and have a   considerable amount
bodies the conclusions of his exhaustive investigation, during
the past year, of the question of
the ultimate successful production and disposal to the best advantage, of the lead-zinc ores of
this district, ef   which  it  is   a
r Bush is authority for  the i aftei. a great deal of troub|e and kll0wa fact there are
high-grade outcrops on   the. E
Piuribus claim.    This
many oc-
hard work, built up a very nice currences, distributed   over the
business,   and   great   credit  is (large territory   covered   by the
certainly due them for the able j Portland Canal mineral belt. It
manner in which they surmount-
ples taken across   it   at   several I including a winze from the lower tt the Golden Crown claim is for of cash ��� the   treasury,   which ed many difficulties;   but   with
places give a return in all. values Itunnei to a further depth on the the purpose of exploring at depth \m\] Possibly be used for the de-
I !,,,.,. ��� velopment ot these   other   hold-
from$13  to   $60.      High-grade| vein of at least 150 feet. jthe splendid showings  on   that|ings
ore is also met with in this vein, j .claim.   In both cases extensive.    He also confirmed the   acqui-
carrying values as high, accord- j STEAMSHIPS WAIT [surface examinations have been'sitien by the National Silver   of jand expert management.
ing to recent assays, as 5,94 oz. I        FOR TURN AT DOCK I mad,e in_or?er th**?ia.. wi"'er'8l?! Bor.eX  c,ai���, fr0M  C!^8,'   In order t0 tighten up the or
in gold and 146.8 ��z.   silver,   a 	
total value of   $221.63   in   these
two metals.
A closer examination  of   this'forcibly to light during the past
must be   remembered   however,
that this article deals only   with
the rapid growth of  the town, 1 the lead-zinc ore phase of the ores
the business has reached a stage j of this district,   and  therefore
where   it  requires   experienced dees not affect nor  touch  upon
the precious metals,   the   occurences of which are as   numerous
work may be carried on  with   a J Lake and Dave  O'Leary.      The jganization and place the business jand widely distributed over the
great degree of accuracy. !company has also acquired  from j end in a more compact form  for|same mineral area.)
,  ,. Xi,   I Wm. Noble and  associates   the'administration,     the    company! f     , ���. '
ofth.sportwereaga.n brought j ARRANGING p()R | Exchange group of five  claims. | have decided to raise $25,000 byj ^ScSS Area^
The inadequate dock  facilities
lower vein recently disclosed a
cross fracture carrying native
silver.   This led to   further   ex-
week.    There has not been a day
in the past seven   without   from
Arrangements for the  Christ-
     ti,,,.-.,...   ,t.i,���"   ..*: one to three ships lying  in   the ma8tree and entertainment  to
ploration and sampling, with the I harbor awaiting a chance to get be held on the evening  of  Dec.
following assay  results   from   a't�� the dock.   The big  freighter j 23 have been put under way by
CHRISTMAS rrDcp's'-U3*e(l on the east side of Cas-lthe issue of first mortgage bonds
i,��iii��JMA�� ��*��-��vcadecreeki   .ugt   north   of   thei bearing interest at  the  rate  of
Bush group.
picked sampler
Pulp  assay:    Gold,   5.44 oz.,
$108.80, silver 225 oz,, $157.50.
Mogul was forced three times to
pull out in the stream  to   allow
passenger ships to   land.     The
the selection  of  the  following
committee:    Chairman, Rev. A.
DRIVING TUNNEL
ON SILVER CREST
10 per cent, the selling of which
has been entrusted to Rolston &
Co. The bonds are amply secured by assets totaling $50,000.
i
For the first time in its history | BOARD OF TRADE
W.R.Ashley; convenor for fin-1 work will be carried on through DELIBERATIONS
oil tanker   Catchwood,   of  4300' ance, W. R. Tooth; convenor for jthe winter on the   Silver  Crest, I 	
registered tonnage, had to tie up entertainment,   Mrs G.  C. An- ( where Mike Cassidy   and   Dave
A practical investigation ofthe
various grades of ore that have
been in the past, and will in the
future be produced in the Portland Canal district, has shown
that the complex nature of the
average run of ore prevents profitable shipping to a smelter in a
crude state. This statement can
be well illustrated if one   exam-
Metallic assay: Gold. 11.99oz.,  registered tonnage, had to tie up j entertainment,   Mrs G.  C. An-1 where Mike Cassidy   and   Dave!    The   Board of  Trade  had  a
$239.80; silver, 26 oz., $18 'i0.       alongside of another steamer in |drew; convenor for decorations, I Boyd are now driving a 150-foot: moderately heavy   session   last
Total value $594 30 lorderto discharge  one   million [Mrs W. R. Tooth; convenor for j tunnel under contract. The sum- Tuesday evening, there   being a ines the results that   would  ob-
In order to facilitate the proper j gallons of oil  for   the   Premier,; purchases. Miss Kate Ryan. The I mer work, under the superinten-
,,,,,].    ,-       ,,,- . the first to go into the big tank,
exploration of this vein   a   new i.    . * ,     ...   , .,     ,.
. .    just completed.    All of the ships
or lower camp has   been   estab- iandlng here are longer than the
lished, close to the portal of   the | d^
tunnel, in a well  sheltered  spot! 	
convenors will choose  assistants
as required.    A general meeting
dence    of   Seymour  Campbell,
number  of   matters   of   importance dealt with.     One   of  the
made a vast improvement in the; first subjects was that  of  the
will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday,  appearance of the property from ! present dock situation,   consid-j
the 27th, in Moose  Hall,  to   re- j the standpoint of  ore  develop-j ered at  the   previous  meeting.!
j ceive the committee's report and | ment, and the owners are   cenri-: The secretary read   letters  that
tain in the case of   shipping  an
ore corresponding to the average
of the ore shipped from six different mines well distributed
over the area during the season
1925.   The tonnage   represented
in the timber, capable of accom-1   Death of Andrew Andrewson   ! recommendations. j dent they have the "makings of had been sent  to   the   Federa
modating a crew of ten men.       j    The night of the 18th witness-j  amine." j Minister of Public Works,   Fred j by these shipments totals  about
A noteworthy feature of  the ed the passing of  Andrew   An- Service Club Doings i    A shipment of 32 sacks of ore,  Stork,   M.   P.,   the   Boards  ofj75tons<    The ore shipped was as
Silverado is its advantageous lo-!drewson snee maker for the The program laid down some i fo"f taken from each of eight. Trade of Vancouver and Prince
���-���ation, being situated on theLa8t four yegra in Stewart. Seen {time ago for a eard party and:differt-nt surface workings over Rupert, also the shipping corn-
mountain east of Stewart and lait on the evening of the 18th. j dance at the Service Club every j a length ��n the vein of 1400 ft,,, panies, soliciting their co-opera-
above the head of deep water on he was found dead in bed on the! two weeks, will be renewed next | recently left Stewart for a smel-; tion in securing increased dock
tbe canal.    Practically all trans- |morning of the   19th.     Coroner! Friday    evening  at  8  o'clock. I ter test.     Grab  samples   taken accommodation
Portatian problems-are eliminat-r WhiUans pronounced'that death! when the delayed  winter tourn-1 from each sack   by   Geo.   Shep-
��J. making the property   amen-1 was due to natl*ral causes.     De- lament will be commenced.   The, herd, the local assayer, are   said
Under new business the mat-
follows:
Indian mine, Salmon river.
Victoria mine, Bear river.
Terminus mine, American creek.
Spider mine, Salmon river.
ter of the present system of cus-j Goldie rainCi Glacier-Bitter creek
able to the most economical op- ceased   was   buried   this' after-) Club   will   hold   their    delayed 'to have run over $200 to the ton., toms offices in this district came!    divide
eration,
Vocalists Organize
The Stewart Musical Association was organized this week by
a number of local residents whose
"-clinations lean toward the attainment of perfection in this
pleas
noon     by      the    Government, J dance on Dec. 4.
there being no known   relatives, j    The sale of peppies on  Armis-
"Andy" was  a  quiet,   retiring j tice Day in Stewart   and   Hyder
person, and had many friends in j totalled $133.60, and at the   Pre- ed a large part of the Prince Ru-
the district. j m*er ancl B- --��� Silver, under the
direction of Mrs  J. H. Carson,
NEW YEAR'S EVE
The Stewart General  Hospital
$84.10.
! up and was discusseo from every I
Steamer Fights Fire : angle, resulting in  the  decisien
Owing to the fire that destroy- to take determined steps   with a
view to having changes made,
pert Spruce Mills Ltd, plant last to the end that av customs office
Saturday    night,     the    Prince! be established on   the  internat-
Charles was ten heurs late arriving in Stewart, having assisted with her pumps in fighting
the blaze. The ship is now in
drydock in Rupert. Capt. Niel
McLean. Chief Officer  Gleeson,
,        The Moose will hold a smoker
sing art.   The purpose   is to | Association is organizing a ceie- ^ .^.^.^ ()pera
oster and encourage the  devel- bration for Dec. 31, Details later. ^^ ^ of  Dec   2
optnent of vocal  musical talent.;  " All memherq ire exDected
"���th which the populace of this     Mr and Mn Alex.   Moore who All members are expected. f
^wn is richly  endowed      The 'recently arrived from   Victoria,'    The    Hyder   mov.ng   picture | Chief Engineer   C. F. Davis and. Village Act.
Actress of the Association   is' have taken up their residence in show has been closed down pend-1 Purser Fred Coram have gone to the appointment of a   committee
Mr*-G.���. Andrew   Secretarv-li-1 the house recently built by Cyril ing the culminatien of   new   ar- Vancouver to report ior holidays
brarian. W. H  Wttaon * ! lackson on 10th St. ! rangements for pictures. | or for duty on other vessels.
ional boundary at Hyder, and
that Stewart be made a Port of
entry.
Another matter discussed   at
some length was that   of   incorporation of the town under   the
This   resulted   in
of three to investigate the wholel
situation and report back. 1
Bayview, Bear river near Stewart.
The average assay  of  these
various ores approximated very
closely.   Lead 16 per cent;  zinc
18 per cent.
The  assayer  quite   correctly
computes the value ��f this ore as
follows:
Lead, 16 per cent, equal to 329
pounds, at 9c per pound,  $28.80.
Zinc, 18 per cent, equal to 360
(Centinued on Page 3.) PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 20, 1925
The Portland Canal News
H.  W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Editor
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FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rate*:
Bis pi ay Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.   Reading
rf*tfces, 26 cents per Ifne.
Special Position Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
Mttiuery rates.
9tn tificate of Improvement, $15 (if more than one claim,
J0j.BG far each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.   Water Notices, $10.
No Advertising Accepted for Firtt Page
A WORTH-WHILE POLICY
ON PAGE 1 of this issue will be found
an article by Capt. A. J. Gaul, M. E., dealing with the question of the marketing of
lead-zinc ores, which should prove of considerable interest to our many readers who
are naturally interested in this district,
and its mining industry. For in this article Capt. Gaul points out some of the problems to be dealt with in the handling of
such complex ores as stated.
While of course the majority of ore
bodies in the district carry other values
as well, such as gold and silver, still there
are others which are predominantly a lead
zinc mixture, and these present to the operator problems such as pointed out in the
referred to article.
There are of course numerous bodies
carrying good silver and high lead values,
with a small percentage of zinc, or again
bodies of nearly straight zine ore. These
of course are on an entirely different
basis. For instance in the latter case the
ore in crude or refined state is sold for its
zinc content, which if of 'good grade can
be very profitably mined. In the former
case with a zinc content, the producer is
just not paid for the zinc, but is for the
other values.
We wish to draw attention to the article, for the majority of our readers be
ing laymen in the mining game, it should
prove of considerable interest and value in
assisting them in understanding a rather
complex question.
In publishing articles such as this we
are simply carrying out the policy of the
Portland Canal News, which is to record
as correctly as possible for the use of the
world the happenings in the Portland
Canal, its mining development, and possibilities from a mineral production standpoint, also to be of the greatest possible
assistance in building up the mining industry of not only this district, but the
whole of B. C, therefore anything that
will add to the knowledge of our readers
and the public generally concerning the
district, and the industry, is simply one
more stone in the foundation which in
our small way we are assisting to lay in
B. C, for what will in a few years prove
to be this province's premier industry,
mining.
In following a policy such as this1 we
feel that we are of material assistance to
every man, woman and child resident in
Stewart and the Portland Canal, for to
them the success of the mining industry
ef this district is vital. By honestly recording the developments on the properties of the district we are also assisting
the prospector and especially the smaller
operator. By the publication of articles
that have for their purpose the increasing
of the knowlege of the layman in mining,
we are assisting our readers to better understand what will in a short time become
of the greatest importance to all B. C,
mining. By rendering such service we
believe we are living up to the highest
principles of journalism. Therefore we
very much appreciate the assistance given
by the article aforementioned contributed
by Capt. Gaul on lead and zinc ores, who J shipping
is an authority on this subject. It is such
information that is of real value to all
followers of mining, and in expressing
our appreciation we do so with the conviction that we are as well, voicing the
feelings of our many readers.
LARGER DOCK NEEBED
A PROVINCIAL ORGANIZATION
ip        .   	
I    OR 40 years  the Bank of Montreal has maintained offices in the Province of
JL   British Columbia ready to accept monies upon deposit,  and loan  these funds ;o
farmers, merchants,  manufacturers and business men generally upon terms consistent
with sound banking and the proper custody of its depositors' funds.
Since the first office was established at Vancouver, on the completion ofthe Canadian Pacific Railway
in ��886, the Bank has spread  throughout  the Province  until  today  it  has  45  offices  in   British
Columbia, with headquarters at Vancouver, ready to give prompt and efficient service to people of
this Province.
Small accounts are welcome and are accorded the same service as that given to large amounts.
Customers of the Bank have all the advantages resulting from a Provincial Organization, combined
with the strength and facilities of a nation-wide Banking institution having world-wide connections.
BANK OF MONTREAL
Total Assets in excess of #7oo,ooOiOOO
Headquarters fdt British Columbia        640 Pender Street, West, Vancouver
The Board ei Trade at their
meeting last week, started a (rood
ball rolling: when they took up
the matter of increased dock accommodation for this port.
With only one, year round,
producing mine in the district
and some forty odd development
operations, besides a hundred
prospects, the accommodation
has time and again during the
past year proved inadequate. In
this connection it is safe to say
that there is not a dock of similar capacity on the B. C. coast
that has handled the freight and
passengers that has the Stewart
dock during the past year. Congestion has on many occasions
been such that different classes
of freight have had to be piled
up one on another in order to enable the steamers to discharge
their cargoes. It has been a
common sight to see two or three
of the following classes of freight
piled one on another: lumber,
oil, machinery, ore, hay, coal
etc. This has been the condition, a situation that would not
have been tolerated in any other
port, large or small, in Canada.
A condition that the amount of
freight, and the number of ships
at the dock, with its ridiculously
limited capacity made absolutely
unavoidable. A condition that
no Government even expects or
wishes to have continued. A
condition that Fred Stork, M. P.
for this riding, can be relied up
on to relieve, if properly brought
to his attention, and at the earliest possible opportunity, which
will be when Parliament meets
in Ottawa on December 10th
next.
With larger developments than
ever already being put into ef !
feet, that call for expenditures
by the mining companies of somt
$4,500,000 within the next few
years, and Dunwell as well as
others assured of entering the
lists within the 12
month. All of which will call
for the handling of hundreds ol
thousands of dollars worth ol
machinery alone. What will b<
the condition next summer if the
present inadequate dockage facilities are not 100 per cent increased? Nothing but absolutt
congestion, with its resultant
delay and loss to shipping companies, shipp-rs, and mine development, retarding in turn the
advancement of the district.
It is no secret that the Govern
ment have already in their pos
session plans for another dock
along side of the road, north of
the present one, therefore by
taking the matter up now, Mr
Stork will have ample time and
opportunity of presenting the
case in such manner at the next
session of Parliament, as to hav.
this absolute necessity well under
way by spring.
There has been much and lonp
���discussion locally, resulting in
j many suggestions concerning
(docking facilities for this port,
i but without doubt the best sug-
j gestion so far put forward is that
by H. C. Bennett, Government
Agent in charge of the dock,
which is to the effect that the
new dock as planned be built,
for the accommodation of passenger and general freight traffic, and that the present dock be
allocated for the handling of
ore, machinery, coal, lumber,
powder etc., in other words
heavy freight, particularly for
the Salmon River section. " Tho
reason for this being that this
class of freight is always handled by regular freighters, while
eeneral freight and passenger
traffic is handled hy steamers
operating for that purpose, and
hy allocating separate dock space
for each tvpe of steamer, much
time and money will be saved all
concerned.
In view of this it will be seen
that any other policv would, in
view of the tremendous development that will take place in   the
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware      Groceries       Fresh Meats       Working ri n.
Boots and Shoes Stoves and Km/*
Powder, Caps and Fuse
One pair genuine Silk Stockings given with each $10 cash purch
BANK OF HYDER
HYDER,   ALASKA
Acco
tints
(Incorporated   Under   the   Laws   of   Alaska)
I   PER   CENT   Paid  on  Savings  Rank
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United States
A. Hall, Prea.    E. E. Hall, Vice-Pres.    E. D. Haddon,Cashier.
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IS THE MAN   WHO PAYS HIS BILLS PROMPTLY
Gibson Block
Fifth Street
Always Busy
Giving Good Service
-Exchange Grill
Fref-h Bread and Pastry   Every Morning
Sole Agent for Braid's Tea and Coffee.
TRY FLEISHMAN'S YEAST,CAKES
K��CP
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STEWART UND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE . .
Hear OFFICII
101 Pemberton Block,     -   VICTORIA,  B. C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.    STEWART, Presic
.Tit
Lots for sale in all parts of town
Listings of properties for sale wanted
STEWART LAND CO,, LTO.
Fifth St, Stewart. BC
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has produced Minerals valued as follows: Placer Gold, $77,382,953;
Lode Gold, $118,473,190; Silver. $68,824,579; Lead. $70,548,578;
Copper, $187,489,378; Zinc, $32,171,497; Coal and Coke. $260.*
880,048; Building Stone, Brick. Cement. $42,225,814; Miscellaneous
minerals, $1,431,349; making its mineral Production to the end ol
1924 show
AN AGGREGATE VALUE OF $859,427,386
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry of this Province is st ri
chibited in the following figines, which show thi; value of production ror   '<
issive five-year periods: For all y.ars to 1896 inclusive,  $94,547,241;, f<' '"
exh
cess
for five V--*r-
live }<"���[''
years 1896-1900, $57,605,967; for five years 1901-1905, 896,507,968; ti
1306-1910, $125,534,474; for five years" 1911-1015,   $142,072,608;   for
1916-1920, 8189,922,725; for the yea. 1951, 828,067,641; for the year   r.'--.
158,843; for the year 1923, $41,304,326 and for 1924. $48,704,604.
PRODUCTION DURING LAST TEN YEARS, $372,604,1
���   h��d$ mining has only been in progress for ahmit25  years, ��<'��
ly about one-half ofthe-prc^ince'liai been prospected; 200,000 square nm
ami
oniy aoour one-naif of the Province'ha** been pros)
ot unexplored mineral-bearing land are open for prospe
The mining Ittsva uf this Province are more
���ting,
liberal
few
lower than of any other province in the Dominion, or any Colony in
Empire.    Mineral locations are granted the discoverers for nominal tee..
propflrtias.
|V
M n I'i.
may
nnd Lhe
lhe Britii--1
iminion,  "i mi,Y >���'"���'������������;     ,
Mineral locations are granted the discoverers
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing suo
curity of which is guaranteed by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with Mining Reports am
be obtained gratis by addressing
���������K HON. THE MFNK6TKR OF MINKS. Victoria. British
N. B.-Practically all British Columbia Mineral   Properties  upon whw   " .
velopment. has been done are described in some one of the  annual  Kep
nts should refer
ation to the Depart'
of Ca"-"1"
"oliioihui
of
the Minister of Mines.    Those considering mining inveslrm
such reports.   They are available without charge on appii<
course of the next few years, be | n**-1-1 of Mines, Victoria, B. C.   Reports of the Geological Survey
I absolutely   suicidal   and    short- 'Pacific Building, Vancouver, are recommended as valuable
Sifirhted. mation.
urceg
(if   IT'
for PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER  20, 1925
WE   HAVE
MOVED
INTO   OUR   NEW   QUARTERS
TOOTH    BUILDING
Full Line of Groceries aud Produce
J.   W.   WILSON
5th and Columbia St.        :-:       :-:       Stewart,   B. C.
Crawford Transfer Co.
| FREIGHT CONTRACTORS
PORTLAND CANAL
LEAD-ZING ORES
(Continued from Page 1.)
pounds, at 8c per pound,  $28.80
Equal to a total lead-zinc
value, $57.60,
Smelter Deductions
The smelting organizations put
quite a different complexion on
the value of this apparently comparatively high grade ore. First
they deduct 1.5 per cent from
the lead return as shown on the
assayer's certificate; then a further deduction of 10 per cent is
lead concentrate must be low in
zinc and the zinc concentrate
contain a minimum of lead. It
will then be possible to command
more or less full market value I
i for both metals instead of losing
the zine content. As things are
at present, producers of lead zinc
ore that are shipping are simply
a source of profit te the various
transportation agencies such as
packers, steamship companies
and railways, and the smelters.
Very little, if any, profit can
accrue to the miner or producer
of such ore, in the crude state,
the only successful (if it   can  be
It's Good Business to Wear
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���   Clothes may not altogether make the man,   but
they certainly help the man in the making.   They give
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himself that nothing else will.
The first step along the road to success is good appearance.    Be well dressed.
DRESS WELL AND SUCCEED
BEAMAN     II       "5F r* CCC DTT    STEWART,
block     n.   d-Lr i   Ln  I   I       b. c.
Sole Agent 20th Century Clothing for Particular Men.
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
A Real GOOD Hotel
AGENTS   FOR
termed successful) end that he is
made, the balance being paid for I accomplishing being   the  deplete   ruiing'ti<-n of his assets in the   way   of!      H. B. ROCHESTER, Manager
^__i    . *   ., ,i        ;orp reserves ; European Plan $1.50 per day ur
market price t��f  the   metal  as|ore rt-5t-rvt---* | H      ��ut
Should Sort and Ship
It is very rightly argued that
any ore produced in course of
development is   better   shipped
TUGBOATS
Rupert Marine Products, Ltd.
Geo. G. Bushby. MAN. Dm.
Prince Rupert,    B.C.
COAL
CAPS
POWDER
FUSE
DOMINION   TIRES
AGENTS  FOR   UNION  STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Office 5th St., Stewart.
STEWART BOARD OF TRADE
STEWART,   B. C.
General   information   of the
PORTLAND CANAL
DISTRICT
supplied on application to the
Secretary,  Stewart,  B. C.
quoted at that time at New York.
Zinc is treated even less kindly.
Instead of being able to show  a
credit to the shipper  of   $28.80,
zinc becomes a liability of $5.00.1 than dumped  outside the   mine
If we now work out the  actual ��n a hillside,   even   though   thej
monetary value of our $57.60 ore i intention be, at some later datej
on the smelter basis we will find to pick up   the   ore   and   either!
we have a value as follows: I ship or mill it. Experience teach-'
Lead, 16 per cent, less 1.5 per j es that a large percentage of ore
cent, equals 14.5 per cent;   less in a dump   is   irretrevibly   lost
10 per cent, equals 13.15 per cent. | once it is   dumped.     Often   the
~  (263 1b.  at 9c.   equals   $19.72.) j cost of extra handling makes thej
This lead value is then penalized ore unprofitable; it is better pol-j
on account of its zinc content as icy to sort out waste and unprof-i
follows- itable ore and ship any ore that:
i |
Zinc, 18 per cent,  less  8  per; will show a reasonable profit toi
cent allowed free, equals 10   per' the miner.     Small   smelter   re-1
cent, at 50c, per unit, $5.00; giv-1 turns are of   more   value   when
STEWART MEAT MARKET
Hams - Bacon - Butter - Eggs
Meats and Fish
For WHOLESALE PRICES Try Us
P. BURNS & CO.
JACK SCOTT,
Manager
' Board meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays of each month,
Board Rooms
ing a gross value of ore, subject
to freight and treatment charges
of $14.72;  thus   arriving   at  an
trying to turn over a mine to  ail
prospective    legitimate   mining!
concern than a sheet   of sample;
actual value approximately 25'; assays. The examining engineer I
percent of what the assayerj can readily correlate the amount'
gave us.
FRUMENTO, RYAN, MacDONELL & CO.
520-521 Vancouver Block, Vancouver, B. C.
We are specializing in Portland Canal Mining Stocks.
Send us your buying or selling orders.
We are in the market for prospects which will stand strict
investigation.
of ore shipped with   that   culled I-
out and the ore body as it is   toj
be seen in the mine and thus ar- J
I rive at possible value of the pro
perty as a whole.
ANDERSON CAFE  * delicatessen
Private Dining Room For Parties
Best Cook this far North
MEAL TICKETS $5.50 for $5.00
Value of Jigs
Concentrating mills are expen-
European Practice
In European smelter practice,
while the ore is still subject to
certain deductions, such deductions are not so drastic us in the
case of American smelters. Lead
is subject to a deduction not ex-1 sive toys to play with and very
ceeding four units, the balance! thorough testing and >'nvestiga-
being paid for at tlie average] tion of any ore should be made
price ruling at the time of re- before going into the business of
ceipt for Spot and Future lead, (ore milling. It does not follow
(on the London market.) It | that some method of cleaning
may  be   stated   that  the  Trail! the ore from surplus waste should
Cr
COME   TO   THE
PORTLAND CANAL ELECTRIC LAUNDRY
FOR   YOUR   SHOWER   BATHS
^
CLEANING and PRESSING
J
<r
\
In the Center of Everything
HOTEL  ST. REGIS
Vancouver
Corner Seymour and Dunsmuir Streets.
W 	
HARDWARE
Oils, Paints and Varnishes
SPORTING  GOODS
MINING SUPPLIES
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIALS
Restmore Springs & Mattresses -- Steamer Trunks
D. W. McLEMAN
Fifth Street
STEWART.
-^ (Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co.) adopt the Ameri an
schedule of deductions and settle
on the London market price of
lead, which is usually a little
lower than New York. Zinc contained in lead ore is penalized as
in America, but at a lower rate,
i. e. five units are allowed free,
the balance being charged for at
the rate of 30 cents per unit.
The freight rate is a little
higher to Europe, but the rates
are in process of adjustment.
With the certain production of
sufficient tonnage it will be possible to ship to Europe at a lower
cost than is now obtaining to
California.
Must Separate Minerals
It will readily be seen that if
the mines of the Portland Canal
area are to receive the fullest
benefit from the lead-zinc ore
they produce, and the district
ensured of a successful future,
it will be necessary to ship to the
smelter a product that will not
be subject t�� extreme penalization ; in other words the ore must
be separated into concentrates
of lead and zinc sulphides.   The
STEWART DAIRY i SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL.
PROPRIETOR
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
and   Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
Cream
BEAMAN BUILDING
One Door South of J. W. Wilson
J
be overlooked. Very satisfactory results have been obtained
to this end in one case by the
utilizatien of hand jigs. The ore
i as shipped from the mine was|
passed over a screen and the
coarse oversize sorted out into
waste and high-grade ore, the
fines that passed through the
screen being thrown away. Hand
jigs were introduced to handle
these fines, the resulting concentrates paying for the installation of the jigs in a very short
time. This simple concentrating
plant is being replaced by a more
elaborate system of power jigs.
This instance may be quoted as
an illustration of how a plant
could be started at no very great
expense.
Research Work Needed
The Portland Canal area presents a very excellent opportunity for such a body as thc Research Council of Canada to step
in and help along the mining industry that is struggling succes-
fully to make this district productive. The metallurgical problems are perhaps as involved as
(Continued on Page 4.)
UNION STEAMSHIPS
The popular T. S. S. CARDENA sails from Stewart
Every Monday at midnight for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
Northbound;���
T. S, S. Cardena leaves Vancouver every Friday, 9 p. m.
Prince Rupert Sunday. 8 p.  m.
For Alice Arm, Anyox and Stewart.
For further information, Reservations Etc.
Apply W. J. CRAWFORD (Crawford Tranfer Co.) AGENTS.
Office 5th St., Stewart.
Prince Rupert Agent   2nd Ave.   Phone 568
HEAD OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Carrall St.   Phone Sey. 306.
STEAMSHIP and TRAIN SERVICE
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT leaves STEWART for PRINCE RUPERT, VANCOUVER, VICTORIA, SEATTLE via ANYOX
each THURSDAY at 10 a. m.
S.  S.  "PRINCE   JOHN" leaves   from PRINCE RUPERT
fortnightly for VANCOUVER,   via QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ISLANDS.
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Trains leave Prince Rupert each Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday at 8:00 p.m. for Jasper,   Edmonton,  Winniptg.
Direct connections for all points East and South.
AGENTS FOR ALL ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES
For full information, reservations, etc.
Apply
P. S. Jack, R. F. McNaughton,
Arrant* Al* ltiof **iof    Dop��in***-/\��    A *-*���
��";!*., V*. *-* taj\,t l%\-    a ucotu^ci   jn y < .
Stewart, B. C. Prince Rupert, B. C. PORTLAND  CANAL  NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925
Only 5 Weeks to Christmas
USEFUL GIFTS ARE APPRECIATED
Gift Suggestions
frem $62.50
.75
2.05
1.75
.25
Developing and printing
Ask about our FREE Enlargements      Blankets
Framed Pictures & Picture Framing Down Comforters
Flash Lights & Batteries Novelty Curtains
Victrolas
Victor Records
Eastman Kodaks
Kodak Albums
Kodak Films
Easy Chairs
Morris Chairs
Centre Tables
Briage Tables
Hearth Rugs
Linoleum Rugs
Gillette Safety Razors
Vacuette Carpet gleaners
Singer Sewing Machines
Bed Linen
Table Linen
Fancy China
from $11.00
30.00
6.50
5.50
5.00
12.00
7.00
15.00
3.50
Various Prices
Wagons and Sleighs, also Other Toys
For the Girls and Boys
We have many articles of Furniture that make appropriate Gifts.
Make Your Selections Early. Delivery Made When You Wish
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
5th Street,   STEWART, B. C,    G.W.Smith, Mgr.
Stewart Bakery
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
CAMPBELL & DUKE.
STEWART   CAFE
NUFF   SEP! 1
Accommodations���Private Dining Room suitable for families, Lovers?
or the Business Man.
Try Our
HOME BAKED PASTRIES
Such as
Whipped Cream Shortcakes,    Cream Tarts,    The Bullseye
that's famous, and a general line of French and Puff
PASTRIES
Leave Your Order.
A Welcome Awaits You At The
DOMINION HOTEL
Victoria, B. C.
STEWART HEADQUARTERS.
200 ROOMS
100 BATHS
Everything a GOOD HOTEL should be
Rates $1.50 and up.      ���      Free  Bus.
Stephen Jones, Proprietor.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE   HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewart
James McAleenan,   Proprietor.
TEe MARMOT HOTEL
First Class in Every Respect
MODERN AND MODERATE
Solicits the Patronage of Any and All
Once Our Guest,   Always Our Guest.
BEST LOCATION IN THE CITY
AN EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT
TEN PER CENT WITH SAFETY
Guaranteed First Mortgage ten year Bonds
of the International Electric Company Ltd.
of Stewart, B. C, bearing interest at the
rate of 10 per cent per annum, sold at par.
We advise your making reservations for this issue
immediately.   See, write or wire for information to
H. W. M. ROLSTON & CO.
Stock and Bond Brokers, Stewart, B. C.
PORTLAND CANAL
LEAD-ZING ORES
(Continued from Page 3-)
any in the Dominion of Canada.
Great benefit could  be  derived
frem such au experimental plant
as is installed  in  Ottawa.     At
present the authorities are  begging for ore to work on.     Even
though no treatment charge   is
made, the cost ef freight is prohibitive from British Columbia.
A few years since,  a successful
metallurgical  chemist   working
under the aaspices of  the  Research   Council  of  Canada   in
Vancouver de/eloped and patented a surprisingly  efficient  and
economical electrical process for
the reduction of complex  lead-
zinc-copper-iron ore to its several
component metals and  also  to
recover the   contained   sulphur,
instead of broadcasting it,   as is
done at the Granby smelter,   to
the ruination of the surrounding
vegetation.   There is every reason to believe that this  process
is being tried out  commercially
at Trail.    The successful operation of the process is   dependent
on cheap electrical energy. This
district is as rich   in   potential
hydro-electric   sites  as  almost
any in Canada.;  the  immediate
vicinity is   providentially   blest
with a more generous and wider
distributed occurence of the   ore
on which the process mentioned
was developed.   Why not follow
up the preliminary expenditure
on research work by the installation and operation under  competent supervision  of  a  small
plant that would be of some commercial value?
Get Down to Earth
It may have passed unnoticed
that the price of zinc on the
London market today is higher
than that of lead, and ' here we
are giving zinc away and being
penalized for the privilege of so
doing. Instead of waving around
misleading (even though they
are in a way perfectly accurate)
assay certificates as a bait to
catch the small speculative stock
buyer, let us get down to earth
and make an earnest effort to
demonstrate to the potential buyers and producers of lead and
zinc that we can deliver the
goods (if I am allowed to use
the expression,) and get away
from the prevailing idea that the
camp cannot succeed until it
produces; rather let U3 realize
that only steady and persistent
development along mining and
metallurgical lines demonstrating profitable production, will
ensure the certain future success
of the Portland Canal Area,
which is proving from day to
day to have very extensive and
valuable bodies ef lead and zinc
ores.
Local Stocks
(Quotations by H.W.M.Roliton & Co)
Practically all the well known
stocks remained steady, under
fair demand. Dunwell slaekened
off a little, but was still heavily
bid for. Under heavy offerings
Indian dropped, though still was
in demand. There is a strong
rumor to the effect that the Independence has been financed
and numerous inquiries are]being
received with reference to this
issue. The mo3t noticeable stock
during the week was Porter
Idaho, which slumped to new
lower levels.
Local stocks closed as follows:
Bid     Asked
B. C. Silver         $
1.35
$ 1.4?
Dunwell
1.40
1.75
Glacier Creek
.10
.14
Independence
.���
.14
Indian
.06*
.12
National Silver
.15
.17
Lakeview new issue .���
.10
Premier
2.25
2 35
Terminus
.���
.25
Silver Crest
.07,
.10
L&L Glacier Creek
.11
.m
Victoria Mines
,���
.35
Marmot Metals
,���
.10
Porter Idaho. Co.
.���
.15
Rufus
.���
.15
Ore Mountain
.���
.25
Bay View
.���
.10
SEALED TENDERS
SS2 *11iam *������*- *e��*L
Sealed tenders will   1
itor
BD to 12 o'clock
the Official Admmi.strator. 'S^R'
day
lowing
noon
Minini;
November
inter-
pert, 3. C,
Monday, the iiti,
192.\ for the   folio
eats:
One-half interest in  thP v ���
stone   Group,    consi,t nK ft"
"Yellowstone," "Butt*   .     , ,hir
Timer"     Mineral    C aim? . ��l,!
price $2000.00. **-Jaims-Lpaet
One-half interest in   th.   "j
conda   Grthp- ��� consisting /'��
"Anaconda,"   "Anaconda No
and   "Anaconda  Fraction'
al Claims
Miner-
Your Qrocer
lsA73onfon,
Milkman
Free Recipe Book-
Write thc Borden Co.
Vancouver
One-third interest in the Pavr,
Group consisting of   the
No .V'and "Payroll No
;        eral Claims.
j    The above mentioned claim
situate in the Salmon R
the Portland   Cana
Pajm ii
4" Min-
s  are al!
,Mostofthec.aim7;(1SnihD
i Nine Group.
lv.er Section of
���isl
Fortv
��T. *. �����������
The lowest or any tender not
| sarily accepted.
TtfCt g
Dc. H. A. Whillans, Physician
and Surgeon. Office, corner 6th
and Victoria Sts. Hours, 12
o'clock, noon, to 3 p. m., and b\
appointment. [
.. MNOPSIS OF 8
LAND ACT AMENDMENTS
Notice
All stock holders of the National Silver Mines Ltd., 821
Rogers Bldg., Vancouver, B. C,
should have their shares registered in their own name immediately.
Signed   O. B. Bush,
President.
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vacant,        unreserved,        surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted bj
British subjects over 18 years of age
and by aliens on declaring lntentiot
to become British subjects, cunUi
Uonal upon residence, occupation
and Improvement (or agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regulations regarding pre-emptions l��
riven in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies ot
wbich can be obtained tree of charg.
by addressing the Dspartment at
Lands. Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records will be granted covering
only land suit8.ble for agricultural
purposes, and which ts not timber-
land. I.e., carrying over 5.000 board
feet per acre west of the Coast. Rang*
and S.OOO feet per acre east of that
Range.
Applications for pre-emption-, art
to be addressed to the Land Com
mlssioner of the Land Recording DI
vision, ln which the land applied foi
Is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can be obtained from  the Land Commissioner
Pre-emptions must, be occupied foi
five years and improvements made
to value of 110 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least five
acres, before a Crown Grant can b��
received.
For more detailed Information see
tho Bulletin "How to Pre-emi*t
Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmberland.
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price of first-class (arable) land is $1
per acre, and second-class (grazing)
land $2.60 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or leaa��
of Crown lands Is given in Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown I<ands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 aerea,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment of
���turn page.
HOMESITE LEASES
Unaurveyed areas, not exceeding tt
acres, may be leased as homesites,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected In the first year, title being
obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions ale fulfilled
and land has been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing  and   Industrial    purposes areas not exceeding* 640 acres
may  be  leased  by  one  person  or  ���
company.
GRAZING
Under the erasing Act the Pror-
lnce le divided Into grazing districts
and the ran*e administered under ���
Graslng Commissioner. Annual
traelng permits are Issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stock-owners
may form easpalationa for range
management Free, or partially free,
permits are available for settlers,
eauoers   and   travellers,   up   to   tea
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate ol Improvements.
NOTICE.
Grey Copper  and St.   Eugene. No
Mineral Claims, situate in the Portland
Canal Mining Division of Cassiar  Dis-1
trict. j
Where located:���On August Moun-i
tain, west side ef glacier, on Naas- f
Salmon Divide. j
Take Notice that Dalby   B.   Morkill, |
of Stewart, B. C, acting as agent   for
Albert Johnson,  Free  Miners   Certificate No. 84334C   and Marius Pederson, ,
Free  Miners   Certificate   No.   84338C,
intends, sixty days from the date here-1
of, to apply to the Mining Recorder for |
a Certificate of Improvements  for the j
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of.
the above claims. j
And further take notice that action, j
under section 85, must be commenced J
before the issuance of such Certificate |
of Improvements.
Dated this 1 day of September, A. D.
1925. 18
PROFESSIONAL   CAIU)S.
Keep in touch with
latest mining news
in British Columbia
-oseofth, mo-i highly sHatnlliel
SStBI in thc world-. Held �����,.��� pr���.p,.f,jn)i
��� nd ilrvi lopmrnl hm advanced hy
bound* during \Ki- .;,.,���:,.
It---, and
Get taelatest Urfonsstion���alMeliiUly t*.
thentic���fonrrrninginyphair uf mining in
tfa* Province.
We are not intemtrd in any mining prop.
erty. We hare no utork to aell. Wa an i
Mini-public bodr. organized to di����roin-i,-
authentic information concerning the minini;
indualry of lit iti.-h Columbia.
Address enquiries to Secretary,
B.C. Chamber of Mines. Suite P,
438 Fender St. VV., \ancou\cr B.C
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STEWART, B. C.
GEO. H. SHEPHERD
Provincial Assayer
Stewart. B. C.
Fifth and Victoria.
F. E. GIGOT
FIRE
LIFE
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Stewakt, B. C.
F. C. GREEN
(Green Bros., Burden & Co.)
CIVIL  ENGINEERS
B. C. LAND SURVEYORS
Stewart,   B. C.
PORTLAND CANAL L0D6E
L. 0. O. M. 1218
Meets 2nd Thursday at Hyder, 4th
Thursday at Stewart
CAKE FOR
CREAM
FILLING
J \\T<- Pointed this once before but so
I " many requests have come in, it
I is given again.
I One cup sugar, one-half cup butter,
one-fourth cup Pacific .Milk one-fourth
cup water, U cups (lour, one teaspi
baking powder, whites of three eggs
beaten in last. Bake slowly in shall) *
"layer" pans.
PACIFIC  MILK
Head Office,   Vaneouver
Factories at Abbotsford & Ladner B.C.
W. J. WAKEFIELD
Light and Heavy Transfer
Wood for Sale
We Buy Bottles
COASTWISE STEAMSHIP
& BARGE CO. LTD.
Weekly Sailings From
Stewart Direct To
Smelters.
General Freight and
Powder.
For Information Apply:
805 Birks Bldg.,
Vancouver, B. C.
FOR A COOl'
SMOKE
See Pete at the
Exchange Cigar Store
Cigars, Ck.arktts. Tobaccos
and Snuff -    best BRANDS
!  GET OUR BID
! on
j Moving That Freight
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (in-
cloding Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B, C.
E. ARMSTRONG
GENERAL FREIGHTER
TEAMS    FACK HORSES
P.O.Box 133,   STKWAKT. B.C.

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