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THE NEWS WILL ft_.
������OV    POSTED   ON    THE
,KVELOPMENT  OF  THE
Ml-ME8���HMO THE YEAR.
Portland Canal News
Devoted to the Interests of the Mining Districts of  Northwestern British Columbia
SEN*) THIS COPY TO
TOUR MilEND WHO
WANTS INFORMATION
ABOUT   THIS   DISTRICT.
VOL. 6, NO. 43
STEWART,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,   FRIDAY,    MARCH 20,  1925
$5 THE   YEAR���10c. the Copy
JOLONEL LECKIE
DEWBREPORT
ie Says We Want United
States Capital but Only
British Subjects Should
Stake Mining Claims
TROY MINES
f
ON MARKET!
V
STEWART-HYDER LOCAL NEWS ]
Bom -At the Stewart General i    William   Younkin,   who    was
  !
The Troy mines, located in the iHospita1, on 9aturday, Mar<m 14.! here last summer looking over
same section of the Stewart min-!to Mr' aBd Mrs- Vilh- Sepala' ajthe mining bi!1 of fare' returned
ing camp as are the Premier and 'son: ! on last boat
B. C. Silver, is one of the latest
properties to be made available
-re in receipt of the fol-i
letter on a
hich
[re especially   ^^^^^^^^
Colonel J. E. Leckie, C.  M. G.,
R. E., D. S. 0., of Vancou-
March 13th. 1925.
Mr. and Mrs. James  McAlee- j    Stewart has safely weathered
nan, of Hotel Stewart,  returned the acute business depression fol-
throuuh the medium of a stock lon Tuesday from their visit in lowing the war.    From now   on
Wp are in receipt oi  tne ioi-i * ,7 , , ,
nedlt K issup | Vancouver. !just watch our smoke,
a-inc  interesting   letter on a j
���       u- u  *,--.  M���HDrJ    It is operated under the name I    The large galvanized iron tanks I    H. McEwen,  division freight
.pet on in   which  our   readers | *
nterested   fromlof the North*and Mining Com-,taken to the Lakeview mine last agent C. N. R., Rupert, came up
!pany, with Robert L. Forrest, of jweek were for water, and not j on the last boat  to  see   what a
Minneapolis,  as president; Wal-jfor oil as we stated. jreal live town looked like,
ter C. Pope, of Vancouver, vice-! Gus Seiffert left on the Camo* j Rev. Father Chartiez will hold
(president, and the remaining di-jsun on Tuesday for Prince Ru-!services in Stewart and Hyder
rectors are Edward 0. Weston, jpert, to superintend the shipping:on the first and second Sundays
of Victoria, and Neil McDonald, 1 of more machinery for the Em-'in April. Now. will you be good?
of Stewart, the latter being the'peror mine. Captain  Stephen   F.   Knight,
ier
FIRE BRIGADE
SAVES HOTEL
Shortly before 5 o'clock  Wednesday   afternoon   Jack   Taylor
discovered a fire burning fiercely
in   the   furnace   room,    of  the
Stewart hotel,  situated iarmaedi-i
ately   behina  the   hall   on   thei
ground floor.   Volumes of heavy j
smoke pouring from the top floor)
windows and the sounding of the
fire gong soon roused  the town
to   almost    feverish     activity.
Chemicals were brought into use
(immediately,   and   a   stream of
SUPPORT GIVEN
ROADJnOJECT
Our Legislator Assures Our
Board of Trade of Support
of Plan to Build Road to
Telegraph Creek
At the meeting of the Stewart
Board of Trade, on Tuesday evening, one of the chief features
was the reading of an interesting letter from Bert Kergin, M.
L. A. for this district, in reply to
a letter requesting his support
the Editor,
Portland Canal News,
Stewart, B. C.
. to the local endeavor to have a
water from the fire engine by theioad constn)cted from   Stewart
to Telegraph Creek.
Mr. Kergin says in part:
Sir,-1 have several times seen j discoverer.
"Patsy" Hogan, a miner of the director in the Vancouver Mines,!
n your paper references to at-1 As previously stated in these J old school who was one of the \ accompanied by C. R. Reed, also
empts to bar United States cap-' columns, the Troy is a high-grade, early contractors on the Termin- \ interested in this property, arts! from this Province. Know-;Pr��Perty. surface work having us mine, is now shift boss at the rived on Prince George yesterday
n2 how this  reported attempt! exposed good values on four oar-; Engineer mine. Elsworth Mustard, who has had
iriginated, I can tell you that no j alel veins, three of which are fis- j Three candidates were initiated j charge of the carpenter and mill-
tich attempt was made, or such | *-ures In the slate, and the fourth , jnto tbe mysteries of the Loyal wright work at the Premier mine
(piews expressed.
The view was expressed, and
a contact between greenstone and j Order of Moose at the meeting j for abont th
slate.
held
ree years, was a vis
creek was being poured on to the
flames   from   the    rear  of thej
building in a surprisingly short!
I
space of time.   This promptitude!
"Upon receipt ef your letter I
wrote to the federal member for
Lightly, too. that it might be well.    A block of stock has now been j jng of last week
in Hyder on Thursday even-, itor in Stewart on   Friday.
undoubtedly saved the hotel and;,,.   ,.    .      ..    _ .
| this district. Mr. Stork,  and to
probably   a big portion of thei.,    ��� ,.   ,,,.,.. ,
y ^ j the Honorable William Sloan, the
business section, for the flamesl    ...       .    ._      .     ...
i minister of mines for this prov-
were subdued and extinguished i. , , .    , ,      ���
ince, and am advised  by them
within half an hour of the alarm.  ,,   ,. ,        ,
1 that we can depend en receiving
Subsequent investigation shows j^ ^^
the fire had obtained a good hold      ..Finance geem8 ^ h& ^ b.g
He'andmust have been  a hot one, | ^^ u ^ ^^ ^   ^
  say8 that he and his wife findi for besides the charred walls al. ,   ,.       ... ...        ,      ...
There is a pest of sand flies inl life there just as enjoyable as | iarge portien of the ceiling of the |.       ��,    ,���T, , be
; Texas, poisonous insects in Lou- they woftld expect to do in Van-jhall had been burnt-   The rja��>l summer and an
\t> confine staking of claims in I Placed on the market for the pur-
^ritish Columbia to British sub-jpose of providing funds for the
lects.   I do not think it is gen- \ development of the showings.      ��� isiana( po]jtician8 at Vjct01 ,ja and , ^^ Qr any othep ^^ cefl. hag estimated
Up  to  the present the work | bootleggers in Seattle; but ''        ""  ��.-���- ���-I '        .     . I cost
estimate   made regarding  the
every-  ter.    They even manage to havejclogeJy  but is confir)ed mostly to!
..       ��� l!_1.        J._       ! * ..J
prally understood that if there!  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
m a mining excitement any-jdone has b-en  very  largely on j thinR is lovely in Stewart., j their  own  little garden  among j the building-, contents having es-j
vherein the United States and a I the surface but excellent results     The price of the tickets forthe|the rocks and have succeeded in '
British   subject   wished   to golhave been obtained, and it is now  hospjtal benefit daRCe to be he]d jraisingsome very fine vegetables, jin the
The piano>
T believe it would be good
business for your Board to take
up the question of having the
the
re he would find it very diffi- j announced by the management j jn pioneer Rall Hyder.( on Apri]
cult to get across the  line, and! that they hope to be able to be
Indian Looks Good
Superintendent Wm. Orr wai
:down from the Indian mines last
hen he is absolutely barred from j R'n sh-PP**1!? ore in June
ither staking or even purchaa- j
iff a mining claim in the United
tates.   If he wished to purchase;
nd hold a claim it must be done j , ,,,
week   and,  in  accordance with j
17th, has been fixed at $1.50 (in-
f* the name of a United States!
���izen.   I do not see what cause
Americans have to squeal if wej
apply the same law to them.
We want their capital and welcome it, but the mere fact of con-
-rinx staking to British subjects
1 not going to keep capital outi
-- British Columbia.    We have
i his customaryjcaution, would give
no information concerning progress being made at that mine.
It is generally understood locally, however, that the tunnel is
being proceeded with, drifting
on an ore body of a very satisfactory grade.   The recent large
the goods and they have got to|shiPment of oil received for th,S
come and get them. We want!������ and reP��rted in these e0'-
to set back into the British Em.  omns indicates that the manage-
Piresom. of those ill-gotten war|���entia not at a11 Pessimistic as
Rains that the poor British tax
payer is sending to the United
States. No self-respecting Canadian is going to lie down and
tal<e it from the Unite* States
Without some come back.
Yours, etc..
J. E. Leckie.
500.000,   controlling the groups
Carpsnters Start Work       I formerly known as the Wire Gold,
Carpenter work commenced on j Eraser,   Crawford,   Dwyer  and
.Monday 0a the new  restaurant1 Forks, in the Marmot River area.
eluding supper); ladies free.   Remember the date���April 17.
Robert Martin, president of the
Victoria Mines, Limited, left on
the Camosun on Tuesday to at-
1 tend the annual meeting of the
shareholders of the company in
i Victoria, next Monday. It is expected that Mrs. Martin will return with him on this trip.
Howard D. Cameron, M. E.,
returned to Stewart, yesterday.
Since leaving here he has been
everywhere but the provincial
house at Victoria. The reason
of his return is that the Portland
Canal mining zone is the only
place that's on the 'map at
present.
  Word   comes   fr��m   the south
Another New Company       j that    both   the    publisher  and
A company known as the Ster-1news editor  of   this weekly ex-
ling Silver Lead Mines, Limited, I citement have  broken   into  the
of Stewart, has just been organ-1 cream   of  Victoria  society, and
ized. with a capitalization of $2.-!may at any time get their faces
on the   social   pages of Victoria
papers.   Just watch   the  police
especially peas and cauliflower.
Fine New Samples
hall,   belonging   to   thei.  , ... , .
6 .telegraph line constructed from
i Citizens'Association,   wasbadlyie. .  .    ., ...        , .,
i Stewart to Ihe main line at the
blistered with heat and saturated! .. . ...      ,.       r ,
j . seventh or eighth cabin.    I be-
with water; also a cash register ,.       .,   . ... ,,   .     .
o^ ��� ���._,, nina ,ml,lnff cnoni* I lieve that this would shorten the
Some \erv nice looking speci-;be]onging to Jimmy McAleenan,
mens of ore from the Victoria | the proprietor    The cause of the
evidently    defectiye
mines were brought into town
early this week by Harry Thomey, superintendent of the property. The samples are very heavily mineralized with iron, galena
and sulphides. A blue silver
stain in the quartz is a very pop
fire   was
wiring.
! the result of recent exploratory
work.
buil"ing for J. S. Stickney, of
th* Hole in the Wall. Cafe, just
Nst of Hwtel Stewart. The work
'8 in chan?e of H. Mross and P.
-R,nKard and "Shorty" Carson
&rt J. Taylor are assisting. The
building will be 24x50 feet in size
^nd wiu have ample accommoda-
10n for giving a first-class service.
A block of 50,000 shares is being
placed on the market. Further
details in regard te these groups
were published in our issue of
February 6th.
wi
court page when the News devil
goes south next month.
The first shipment of the season from the Silverado mine was
made this week, when thirty
sacks of high-grade ore were sent
south on the Coastwise steamer
  Amur.     This   ore   came  from
Cardena Comes Back the stope in the short tunnel sit-
The   Union steamer Cardena uated   about  seventy-five feet
11 be on this run again  next south of the main tunnel in which
week.
' work is now being carried on.
line by abandoning that section
north of Hazelton and make a
substantial   saving in maintenance and operation."
HOSPITAL    DANCE |    Several partial reports of com-
GREAT   SUCCESS' ro-ttees were given and duly con-
  sidered, the committees being re-
One of the most pleasing so-1 quested to carry on their good
ular feature and indicates "thatjeial events of the season was thej work to completion.
assay   returns should be   high. I St.-Patrick's Day dance and con-'
Robert   Martin,   the   president, j cert, given at Hotel Stewart, on
Tuesday evening, for the bene-j    Fred R.  Jancowski,  company
i
fit of the Stewart General Hos-j representative here for the Na-
pital, under the auspicess of the} tional Silver Mines. Limited, received a wire early this week in-
Getting Ready for Work
forming him that O. B. Bush is
who left on the Camosun to at- j
tend the general meeting of the]
company in Victoria,  tooK mostl���, , ���   ,   ���_.
. ,   ,. I Women s Auxiliary of that m-
of the specimens with  him, butj s*.jtUfjon
managed to spare a  couple  of j    The concert program, arranged
pieces for the News office collec- by Miss Fraser, was very much letting a large contract to Boyles
tion, where they may be seen byjenjoyed. The songs of the Misses! Bros., Canada, Limited, for dia-
anyone interested. j Daphne Workman, Muriel Craw-j mond   drilling on the property
 '��� [ford,   Ida   Watson  and   MamieI formerly   known  as   the  Bush
! Fraser were heartily encored and i ���,;���.��� ������,��� ���������.._���������,- u   m -.���
' , .     , ,  , mines, now controlled bv Natien-
ithe encores graciously responded
I al Silver Mines,  Limited.    It is
Supplies for Silver Crest
SeymourCampbell is back this jto Tkg dancjng of MarRareti
week from a trip in the Salmon'janC0wski, in the Irish jig and!exPected that the drilling will
valley where he had gone to j ballet, showed great talent in one) start just as soon as the snow is
superintend  the   freighting  of j so young and was the hit of the! off the ground sufficiently to al-
supplies for the Silver Crest; he evening.
reports that all the material is     The music for the dance was
li j   i. io *n -    furnished by Pianist Ridley and
now assembled at 13-Mile ready _       . ��� ... 1
iTrap-drumnier Cullins and was
for transportation to the camp as mort generally pronounced thor-
soon as the present soft spell of joughly enjoyable, the only criti-
weather? changes to the sunshine jcism heard being to the effect
and frosty nights, usual at this'that it was brought to a conclude of the year. With the sion at too early an hour.
, , . ,,,.,,.,. I The supper was furnished by
hardening of the trails freight*!., .   , ,, _..    *
the women and fully sustained
low of the work being done. The
snow has already been shovelled
off the camp buildings, to be in
readiness for an early start.
ing can be carried on so much
more expeditiously and cheaply
that it pays to wait a few days
for weather.
their reputation as high-class caterers for such occasions.
Card of Thanks
The relatives of the late Mrs.
Cyril Jackson hereby wish to express their heartfelt thanks to
the many friends who gave ex.
pression of sympathy in so many
The financial statement is not .ways during her illness and at
available in time for this issue.   Uhe funeral.
. PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   R C,   FRIDAY,  MARCH  20,  1925
%
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The Portland Canal News
H.   W.   M.   ROLSTON
Editor and Publisher
W. R. HULL
News Editor
MCMBGR    OF    CANADIAN    WEEKLY     NEWSPAPER   ASSOCIATION
FIVE   DOLLARS   PER   YEAR
Advertising  Rates:
Display Advertising, 50 cents per inch per issue.    Reading
Notices. 20 cents per lhne.
Special  Position   Display or  Reading,   25 per cent above
Drtlinsry rates.
GeiHficate of Improvement, $15 (if  more than one claim,
52.59 for each additional claim mentioned)
Land Notices, $10.   Coal Notices, $7.   Water Notices, 110.
No Advertising: Aecepted for First Pajre
WILL HELP MINING INDUSTRY
The British Columbia Chamber of Mines
has inaugurated a movement which, when
it is carried into effect, will play a most
important part in the advancement of the
mineral industry of the province.
A drive is being made to raise $30,000
from the citizens of Vancouver, for the
purpose of advertising the mineral potentialities of British Columbia, and bringing
in new capital for the development of mining properties.
Vancouver is to be congratulated upon
having initiated this movement, and there
is not the slightest doubt but that it will
be carried to a successful issue; the united
efforts that made Vancouver a great grain
shipping port will alsq effect its position
as the capital of the mining industry.
Every mining area in British Columbia
will benefit by Vancouver's enterprise, particularly the Portland Canal district, the
advancement of which is mainly responsible for the present movement, and it now
devolves upon the people of this section to
be up and doing and assist in every possible way its furtherance.
It is stated that it is within the bounds
of possibilities that $50,000,000 of new capital could be brought into the province
within a year, for the exploitation of the
practically unlimited resources. Assuming that even half of this is available, it
will go far toward increasing the mining
development beyond its utmost unassisted
progress.
The" Stewart Board of Trade could do
much to assist the movement, by obtaining
mineral samples, and information in regard to mining prospects and the district
at large. There is every reason to believe
that such effort would go a good way
towards strengthening Vancouver's enterprise and at the same time assist with the
development of the minerals of the Portland Canal district
A farmer recently appeared in the office of a
small naper down in the States exuding terrible
oaths and various maledictions upon all concerned
with the paper and then cancelled his subscription.
He had written an article, on fresh miik and the
editor had thoughtlessly condensed it!
If you wish to find the writers of stories about
the great open spaces, look in the small closed and
steam heated spaces in New York City.
THE HOODOOS, JASPER NATIONAL PARK
JASPER PARK LODGE, in Jasper National Park. Alberta, is
ideally situated as a convenient
center from which to climb mountains, traverse trails and motor
roads, or embark on fishing and
hunting expeditions; while golf,
tennis, boating and bathing are
right at its door.
For those who have just a short
time to spend in the Park there are
miles and miles of motor roads
through winding valleys and up
mountain grades, along the shores
of swift rivers and past quiet lakes,
to mountain, glacier and canyon.
Towering above all  other peaks
in the vicinity is   stately   Mount
Edith  Cavell, its  crown of   snow
reaching a height of 11,033   feet.
From Jasper or the Lodge Mount
Edith Cavell is in full view, but it
is only by travelling the eighteen
miles to Lake Cavell, nestling at
the foot of the mountain, that one
can really see all the wonders of
this now famous mountain named
for that heroic British nurse, Edith
Cavell, heroine of the Great War.
. The peculiar formation of a glacier on the side of Mount Edith Cavell adds to the    interest   of the
place.      In a cirque between the
mountain and the shoulder extending -to the north is a hanging glacier covering    about   a third of a
square   mile.     An ice fall about
three hundred feet wide connects
this with another glacier five hundred   feet   below,   the   irregular
shape of which extends along the
foot of the cliffs for more than a
mile.    This mass of ice  presents
the form of an angel with   out
stretched wings and has been aptly
named "Glacier of the Ghost." At
another point on the mountain a
combination of rock and snow
forms what appears to be a side
view of the head of a turbanned
oriental knight. In photographs
taken from Chak Peak this formation is plainly discernible.
The road to Mount Cavell is
along the valley of the Athabasca
River, across the turbulent Miette
River, Whistlers and Portal creeks,
continuing across the historical
Astoria River, which it follows in
a southwest direction at the same
time climbing the lower slopes of
the mountain end finally reaching
the shores of Lake Cavell. Many
stops should be made en route to
view such interesting features as
the natural hoodoos with their flat
stone hats just along the slope below the road. at*
Half an hour by motor from Jasper Park Lodge, with mirror-like
lakes reflecting the ragged outline
of forest and mountain for mile
posts, brings one to Maligne Canyon. The scenery along this gradually ascending and winding roadway is unsurpassable. Skirting
innumerable little lakes, each of a
different hue from the light yellow
of Ochre Lake to the opal-like
coloring of Lake Edith with its
sandy beach for bathing, the road
winds round above the Athabasca
Valley and thence to Maligne River
close to the Canyon.
Following the rocky path of the
Maligne River for a short distance
one comes to the mouth of the
canyon through which great rushes
of water have been passing for
many hundreds of years wearing
away the rocks to a depth of two
hundred feet in places. The can
yon is a mile and a half long and is
so narrow and irregular that in
many places it is impossible to see
the river flowing along far below.
The water enters this huge crevice
with a fall of seventy-five feet and
goes tumbling through with a
sullen roar.
Along the sides of the canyon
are huge pot-holes, testifying to the
velocity of the water and its erosive quality during the centuries.
Near the top are great dents in the
rock worn smooth and now covered
with moss, and on shelves of rock
fifty feet or so below the surface
are evergreens fighting for life
with barely a foothold in the rock.
. Plainly discernible from the rustic bridges built across the canyon so that the falls and river below may be viewed with safety, are
stretches of rock wall beautifully
"ari-colored, and where the river
cannot be seen in the dark cavern
below it sends its rumbling message to the top.
The mystery of Medicine Lake
and the subterranean stream that
joins the river below Maligne Tan-
yon is intensely interesting and
the rock formation around the
lake is well worth the journey of
ten miles from the Canyon to see.
Canada's most northerly national
park is fast becoming one of the
most popular playgrounds of the
Dominion and every t tourist who
visits there becomes an ardent advertiser.
The Booster Says
Tell us not in  mournful num-,
bers that this town is on the bum;
rouse  up   from   your   peaceful
slumbers; get out now and make
things hum.    If we go to work
in earnest we can  make things
hit on high; "dust thou art.  to
dust returnest." is a song of by
and by.    All the past is done forever���you can't call one moment
back���and the future may comej
never, this is true, aa help me|
Mac.   Now's the time to doyeur'
boosting do not wait tomorrow's
dawn; in the grave you may be
roosting,   all   your   boosting
chances gone.     Lay  aside your
little hammer, grab a horn and
toot a few; squelch the kicker's
dadblamed hammer with a joyful
blast or two.   This old  town is
sure a pippin, and  we ought to
boost it big; when we hear some
growler yippin', we should smite
him on the wig.     Mighty oaks
that grow and flourish came from
acorns plain and small; with your
boosting you may nourish something that may help us all; something that may prove a blessing
to the toiling sons of men ��� that's
the point that I am stressing���
boost and boost, then boost again.
People love the smiling booster,
and for him they  loudly  cheer,
but they hate the knocking rooster, long to pelt him  in   the ear.
Boost your country and your city,
beost the people in  your town,
they will dub you wise and witty
and you'll gain a wide renown.���
Barrett Willoughby.
CAROLAN'S
Meat Market and General Store
Hardware       Groceries        Fresh Meats       Working Clothes
Boots and Shoes Stoves and Ranges
Powder, Caps and Fuse
One pair genuine Silk Stockings givtn with each $10 cat.!* purchase
SALMON RIVER BANKING COMPANY
HYDER,   ALASKA
(Incorporated   Under   tho   Laws   of   Alaska/
4    PER    CENT   Paid   on   Savings   Bank   Accounts
Canadian Funds Accepted on Deposit.
Money Telegraphed to all Parts of United Stati s
J. A. Hali,, Pres.    D. Lindeborg, Vice-Pns.   E. D. Haddon, Cashier
The only first-class and up to date hotel in tbe Portland
Canal district
Hotel King Edward
STEWART,   -   B.  C.
Running Hot and Cold Water.      Baths.      All the conveniences of the city.    Dining Room in connection
European plan $1 per day and up
W.    H.    TOLIN,       -       -       Manager
The man who is always telling
how crooked other folks are, is
thereby showing how crooked he
would be if he had a chance.
SYNOPSIS 8F,
LANDACTAKDIDMENTS
-Exchange Grill
EVERY NEW YEAH
Sees An Increase In Our Business.
WHY?
If You Do Nol Alreadv Know,
COME  AND TRY OUR SERVICE.
J. P. Hawkinson. Prop.
PRE-EMPTIONS
Vug-am, unreserved, .surveyed
Crown liinds may be pre-empted b>
British subject* over lh jears of age
ajxj by aliens on declaring intanUon
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation
���ind Improvement for u(frirultun*.l
purposes.
Fu.l information concerning regulation* regarding pre-emptions la
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Surie.s,
"How to i're-empt Land," copies of
w bich can  be obtained  tree of charge
by addressing   the    Department    pt
Bancs,  Victoria. B.C., or to any Government Agent. '
Itecords will be granted covering
only land suiiable for agriculturai
purposes, and which is not tlmbcr-
lai.d, i.e., carrying; over 6.000 board
feet per acre west of the Cuast Rang*
and Is,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions ara
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of thc IxOjid Recording I>l-
vislon, In which the land applied for
is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can be obtained from  the Land Commissioner
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
five years and Improvements made
to value of $10 per aero, including
clearing and cultivating at leftst flv��
acres, before a Crown Orant can be
received.
For more detailed Information so*
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
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 $0
per acre, and second-class (grazing)
land $2.50 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or leas*
of Crown lands Is given In Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acree,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment ot
���tumpage.
HOMESITE LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, r.ot exceeding It
acres, may be leased as homesltes,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected ln the (lrst 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  acrna
may  be   leased   by  one   person   or  ���
company.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Aet the Tray.
ince is divided Into grazing district*
and the rang* administer**" under ���
Grazing Commissioner. Annual
grazing permits ar.e issued baaed en
numbers ranged, prlorl.tr M_f tffean
to established owners.' Btaak-awttata
may form associations tor rang*
management. Free, or part���Mr trSa,
permits are available fer settler*;
campers and travellers, up te tee)
nee a.
STEWART LAND COMPANY. LIMITED
Founders and Original Owners
of STEWART  TOWNSITE .  .
Hbad Officb
101  1'embertnn Hlock,     -    VICTORIA,  B. C.
Real Estate   Insurance   Mines   Financial Agents
ROBERT   M.    STEWART,        - ���       President
Lots for sale in all parts of town STEWART LAND CO,, LTD,
Listings of properties for sale wanted     Fifth St, Stewart, B<
BRITISH COLUMBIA
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
hi $76,962,203;
2,66j
Una ���jroduc'Bd Minerals valued as follows:   Placer d
Lode Gold, $113,352,655;  Silver,   $63,532,65:-);  Lead.
Copper,   $179,046,508;   Zinc.  $27,904,756; Coal  and <
968,113; Building Stone, Brick. Cement. $39,415,234: M        '", '
minerals, $1,408,257;  making its mineral Production to the endo
1923 show
AN AGGREGATE  VALUE OF ^810,722,782
The substantial progress of the Mining Industry in
(  :���!.<'
valuo
is strikingly exhibited in the following figures, winch
of production for successive llve-yar periods:   For all !
inclusive. $94,547,241; for five years.   1896 1900.   $57.0��'<>'
five years, 1901-1905, $98,507,968; for five years, 1906-1910.
'���.14,'.74; for live years, 1911-191K $142,072,1103:     for   live
1916-1920.   $189,922,725;   1921.   $2*?.066,641:    for   the
$35,158,843; and for 1923, $41,304,320.
PRODUCTION DUPING LAST TEN YEARS, *���'  '
Lode mining has only been in progress for about -; ������
not 20 per cent, of the Province has been even prospc'
���square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing 'alu' ���'"'
pecting.
The mining laws of thia Province are more libera
lower than  lh*ae of a*iy ofli��r Province  in the  Dorm"1
Colony in tlie Brit fish RAipire.
Minepal locatiarm are granted to discoverers for ni "
Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such  P*'1
ourity of which  is &UHr*antel��d by Crown Grants.
Full information, together with  Mining Reports am
te obtained gratis by addressing
$125, -
years,
'l 922,
ano
e J
,1 the ft'
or an/
.������ties.
may
Tf'R HON. T1IF. MWTSTER OF MINKS. Vi
Pril
.|, ,7,M"1"
71 PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY,  MARCH  20, 1925
20th Century Clothes
fF
Are tailored according to the
HIGHEST STANDARDS
OfCusitom Tailoring. They appeal to men who appreciate quality.
J They reflect the judgment and prestige of the dealer
selling them.    New samples have arrived
H.   ZEFFERTT
-w
...JUNK FROM SCRAP  PILE...
SOxME   NEWSPAPERS   CALL   IT   EDITORIAL
^
J
BEAMAN   BLOCK
SOLE   AGENT
STEWART, B. C.
Ottawa will never be dry until I    The high cost of low   living
parliament   begins    meeting   in'continues in Vancouver,
some other place. j    TaJent   has   IitUe   chance  in
Compared  to other  coin here j Stewart.    A golf fan never gets
and there, a Canadian ten dollar i a chance to mention his score,
bill is beginning to look like real     Curiosity killed the Tom cat.
money.
Exchange.     Now,   what   the
SHAMROCK
The Brand that stands for
THE BEST ON THE TABLE
Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Hams,
Lard and Compound.
P. BURNS & CO.
JACK SCOTT,
Manager
PKOKKSSFONAL   CAUDS.
DALBY B. MORKILL
MINING SURVEYOR
B. C. Land Surveyor
STKWAKT. B. C.
JOHN   WANDER
HARUHR
Tourist Rooms, Stewart
A natural born enthusiast is a divil did the cat want to know?
man who can read an editorial in j    Diri it ever occur to you. thirsty ~r
the   Victoria   Colonist   and  *��t reader,    tnat   Scotch   is   much
iexcited- j easier to drink than it is to read?
Gentle reader, are you  aware     ^       .  ,        , ..���,,     ,
..                ..              ,           ,    .      Despatch states:      The house
; that a good i arm hand   was losti   - .    . .      ',
,       u        . T , t, ,   t.     of   commons   may start hroad-
- when Honest John went into the'
FIRE
LIFE
SICKNESS
ACCIDENT
P. E. GIGOT
INSURANCE
STKWAKT,    B. C.
f$  PORTLAND CANAL L0D6E
L. 0. O. M. 1218
Meets monthly   on  2nd  Thursdays. Stewart and Hyder.
TOM LEE
PLUMBER
Brightwell St..    Stewart.
; Premier industry?
j    Last week a fisherman found a j
jelly  fish  in   the   Ottawa river,
j Must have dropped   out   of   the!
house of commons.
i A Baptist skypilot in Toronto1
i says "complete prohibition is in ''
jsight."   So is the moon;  but we \
HOTEL PRINCE RUPERT
A Real GOOD Hotel
II. B. ROCHESTER.  Manag.r
European Plan 51.50 per day U|
JOHN HOVLAND
ASSAYER
Prompt and Reliable
Hyder,     Alaska.
TUGBOATS
Rupert Marine
Products   Ltd.
Prince Rupert,   B. C.
HYDER
RADIO
SERVICE
0p_-n 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (in-
:luding Sunday.) Messages
delivered in Stewart, B. C.
WATCH
REPAIRING
Orders  Promptly Filled
All Work Guaranteed
casting its arguments."    Police!
Police!
The word "Mother" loses its
sacredness when you see a woman smoking a pill while nursing
a baby.
The News devil murmured the
other day that the average man I
,is proof enoHgh that a woman'
1 haven t reached it vet. . . 7 . i
j appreciates a joke.
Gentle reader, don't get it in Police court news in Vancouverl
jyour upper stope that a bank ' )apers indicate that the demand!
I robber is an enemy of banks. I for self-supporting wives isin-'i
' He is merely a business rival.      ! creasing every day.
About the only thing Adam j When a woman goes into a|
[would recognize if he were to | store these days and asks for'
jcome back to earth, would be i powder, ihe clerk warbles, |
, the jokes in the Rupe papers.      j "Face, baking or gun!" i
Several American banks,   east1    The Ladies Home Journal pre-,
���and west,  are offering $125,000 diets that in 100 years there will
! for six robbers.    They ought to J no servant girls.   The Journal is
iget at least 69 for that  amount. j just 100 years behind time.
The crossword puzzle is jake. j    The   price   of  bread  is going
j Up to between 1  o'clock and the! higher   in  Vancouver.     We al-
government    booze    joint,    we] ways knew there was something
have   not   seen   one    that   was crooked about the staff of life,
suggestive. ,    xhe man  who threw a phono-
Pilgrim, don't run away with I graph out of a Calgary rooming
the idea'that there are no more ! house window has been sent to
five-cent    cigars.     There    areian asylum.    He couldn't be very
COUNTER CHECK BOOKS
We are agents for the Western Sales Book Co.,
Winnipeg, and can supply any size, style, quality or quantity, and at lower prices than at any
time since the Great War.   Ask for quotations
Portland Canal News
RAW   FURS
If you want to be paid the highest possible CASH
prices for your RAW FURS, forward them to
R. S. ROBINSON & SONS, LTD.
Branch Receiving Office,   1225-6 Standard Bank Bldg..
Vancouver, B. C.
Head Offiee, R.S.R.Bldg., 43 51 Louise St. Winnipeg.
Established 1883 Incorporated 1920.
S.   Wickwire
Newell Building, Stewart, B.C
STEWART DAIRY t SODA FOUNTAIN
J. CAMPBELL.
PROPRIETOR
plenty   of   them, but   they   are
being sold three for four bits.
nutty.
A Bruce editor says an  oppor-
A    magazine    writer   springs;turist is an old  maid who keeps
'The things  we love j silk pyjamas near to slip on  in
Home Made Ice Cream Fresh Milk
and   Buttermilk
ICE    FOR    SALE
Cream
BEAMAN BUILDING
One Door South of J. W. Wilson
SUITS, TOP-COATS, RIDING BREECHES Etc.
The Semi-Ready Limited of Montreal.
The Largest Tailoring Firm in Canada
Represented Bv
Sam. E. Wagner,   Stewart and Hyder,  B. C.
this one
[most   are    those    which    come'case of fire.     Guess the thought j
(closest to us."    The  Nfews devil  molder is correct. ;
j will bet the   writer   was   neveri    A farm journal asks:    "Canal
crummy. I man love mere than one woman
i    Despatch in Vancouver paper: !at a time?"    He can; providingj
��� "Natives are  reported  to  have he is a millionaire, or follows the)
ACETYLENE WELDING  GENERAL BLACKSMITHING
| FREIGHT CONTRACTORS 1
.attacked
STEWART NEWS CO.
Agent For
Spalding's Sporting Goods
and
Imperial Tobacco Company
the    British    at   Port!profession of bootlegging.
All the Latest Papers and Magazines
lee (ream and Candy ���       Notions
CIGARS     -   CIGARETTS   -   TOBACCOS
Gibson Block ::--:: Fifth Street
DIAMOND  DRILLING  CONTRACTORS
Twenty-five Years' Experience at Your Disposal
Diamond drilling is to mining and
exploration work what the X-Ray is to
surgery. The one sure method of
obtaining exact geology. Invaluable
for determining the most suitable system (method) to adopt for proving,
developing and mining ore bodies.
Heavy an(i ijght portable gasoline,  and air powered drills
caUd 'n various districts.
Hand powered drills for inaccessible places.
History of work, log of holes, graphic map and detail of
JJj results by our staff when desired.
BOYLES BROS., Canada, Ltd.
803 Birks Bldg., 541 Peyton Bldg.,
Vancouver, B. <3. Spokane, Wash.
Phone Seymour g264. Phone Main 616
Sudan." The News don't blame!
them, if it was for wearing'
monocles.
The London Times  states that
the   London   bridge   is   over a
100 years old.    The  News   will!
gamble that the oldest man  in 1
Stewart,   when   a   kid, heard iti
was falling down.
The dome of St. Paul's cathedral in London weighs 64.000
tons. The writer's dome has
felt a pound or two heavier than
that the day after visiting the
government booze foundrv.
In Winnipeg last week a woman went into a barber shop and
the baroer cut off a piece of her
ear. The News merely mentions
this fact to give local husbands
another argument against bobbed
alfalfa.
After listening to the trend of
conversation of a fistful of stove
hounds, the other night, the
conclusion arrived at by the
News devil was that their train
of thought was composed of
empties.
Your chance, reader, of wearing a biled shirt, and owning a
paid up meal ticket, is about on
an equal par with your chance of
becoming premier of British
Columbia or liquor vendor at
Hyder, B.C.
The most disastrous result of
the radio fad that has been called
to our attention, is that of a
young couple on the coast who
were being married by wireless,
and got their wave-lengths
crossed with a couple in Calgary.,
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Fireextinguisherscan be found
at the following places:
Big chemical, 25 gallons-
Fire Hall
Five-gallon   extinguishers-
Gibson's
NewelPs
Tourist Rooms
Hotel Stewart
Carolan's Grocery
Hotel King Edward
Portland Canal News
CRAWFORD TRANSFER CO.
AGENTS   FOR
NEW
WELLINGTON
Office 5th St.,
COAL Z $16
NUT
&
LUMP
Stewart.
G. C. Andrew
UNION STEAMSHIPS
T. S. S. Cardena sails from Stewart
Every Monday at midnight for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver via way points.
T. S, S. Cardena leaves Vancouver every Friday, 9 p. na.
Prince Rupert Sunday. 8 p. m.
For Alice Arm, Anyox and Stewart.
T. S. S. Venture leaves Vancouver every Tuesday, 11 p. m.
For Prince Rupert and Anyox via Skeena and Naas Canneries.
Reservations   and all information from
Prince Rupert Agent, 2nd Ave., Phone 568.
HEAD OFFICES, Union Dock, ft. Carrall St.   Phone Sey. 306.
CUSTOMS HOUSE BROKER
Agent Fok
Winnipeg Fire Underwriters
Stewart Land Co. Office.
Stewart. B.C.
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.
00*
WINTER STEAMSHIP SERVICE
S.S. PRINCE RUPERT will leave STEWART for ANYOX, PRINCE RUPERT,VANCOUVER,    VICTORIA,    SEATTLE,* and
intermediate   points each THURSDAY at
12:00, noon.
The S.S.  "PRINCE JOHN"
fortnightly for VANCOUVER,
ISLANDS.
leaves   PRINCE RUPERT
via QUEEN CHARLOTTE
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Each MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p.m.
for Prince George, Edmonton, Winnipeg. Direct connections
for all points East and South.
For Atlantic steamship sailings and further information,
apply to R. F- McNaughton,. District Passenger Agent,
Prince Rupert, B. C.
1  i{>
���
I &
7   **
PORTLAND   CANAL   NEWS,   STEWART,   B. C,   FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1925
FIRE   INSURANCE
MINIMUM RATES PROMPT SETTLEMENTS
Only Companies of Proven Dependability
The Fire Insurance Co of Canada.
The Toronto Casualty Fire & Marine.
The Canadian Pacific Underwriters' Agency.
The Bankers & Traders Insurance Co. Ltd.
The Merchants Fire Insurance Co.
The Millers National Insurance Co.
The American Equitable Assurance Co.
The Nationale Fire Insurance Co.
Prompt settlements
Get Our Rates Today.   Care of
UNIVERSAL SUPPLY CO.
Minimum Rates
G. W. Smith, Agent.
Stewart Bakery
BREAD
ICE CREAM
VEGETABLES
CAKES
CANDY
FRUIT
CAMPBELL & DUKE.
"HELLO   BOYS!"
HAVE   YOU   VISITED   THE
HOLE IN THE WALL CAFE?
IF NOT
Try their 65c. Merchants' Lunch
Pastry Unequalled Hill's Coffee
Local Stocks
Th�� market during the week
was quiet, except for the report
that the Victoria Mines have
run into a very good ore shoot.
The demand for Marmot river
stock remains heavy, and great
activity is looked for in that district early in the summer.
The great number of new companies, coming to the public, is
causing a lot of profit taking, and
some of the older stocks are
slackening und-jr selling orders.
Bid     Asked
B. C. Silver
$ 1.15
$ 1.30
Dunwell
3.90
4.35
Glacier Creek
.25
.29
Independence
.���
.24
Indian
.12
.15
Lakeview
.55
.65
Premier
2.25
2.40
Porter Idaho M.
Co. .-
.25
Rufus
.18
.21
Terminus
.���
.60
Silver Crest
.17
.21
L&L Glacier Creek  .22
.29
Victoria Mines
.45
.60
National Silver
.���
.25
Vancouver Mines      .���
.50
BELLVIEW   HOTEL, Ltd
HYDER,   B. C.
ALL NEW EVERYTHING DONE FOR YOUR COMFORT
ELECTRIC LIGHTS
$1
Phone 4 Long
TUB AND SHOWER BATHS
PER   DAY
Mrs. Helen Bell,  Manager
New Supplies Arrive
The Griffico. one of the freight
boats operated by the Coastwise
Steamship and Barge Compai y
Limited, coming here regularly
for ore. came in on Friday last,
bringing shipments of powder
for Carolan's store and for the
Silver Crest and Independence
mines, one hundred and thirty-
eight barrels of oil for the Lake
view mine and blacksmith coal
for the Premier mine.
MAZDA   LAMPS
DOUBLE   SOCKETS. Etc.
International Electric Company
GET OUR BID
on
Moving That Freight
E.  ARMSTRONG
GENIRAL FREIGHTER
Delivered
DRY    WOOD
Any Length
Any Quantity
W. J. Wakefield
TEAMS    RACK HORSES
P.O.Box 133,   STEWART. B.C.
KEEP WARM
Body Belts
Hot Water Bottles
BE COMFORTABLE
Creams and Lotions
For Rough Skin
Stewart Drug Store
Canadian National Steamers
Information now available in
regard to the Canadian National
steamship service to Stewart, is
to the effect that the steamer
making the run to Skagway and
other Alaskan ports will not call
at Stewart, but one of the larger
boats will continue to make this
port weekly. Beginning about
the end of April, until June, the
Prince Rupert will be calling
here on Sunday, instead of Thursday. The Alaska service will begin June 22nd. after which date
there will be two Canadian National steameis calling here each
week, one on Tuesday, the other
on Saturday.
Local Meetings
Board of Trade: First and third Tuesday evenings.
Boy Scouts: Each Friday evening in
the Moose Hall.
Citizens' Association: Quarterly and
as required.
Hospical Board: Evening of the 6th
of each month. If 6th falls on Sunday,
next evening.
Loyal Order of Moose: Second Thursday evening at Hyder, fourth Thursday
evening at Stewart.
St. Mark's Church: Service eah Sunday evening at 7:30. Sunday school at
two o'clock. Choir practice held on
Saturday evenings.
United Services Club: Second and
fourth Thursday evenings.
WANTED -A HUSTLER-RELIABLE���
for mail subscription agency in this district. Whole or part time. Big commission. Do not answer unless you mean
business. Apply Country Circulator,
The Vancouver Sun. Vancouver. B.C.
GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT
NOTICE   OF    APPLICATION   FOR
BEER LICENSE
Notice is hereby given that on the
17th day of April next, the undersigned, intends to apply to the Liquor
Control Board, for a license in respect
to the premises being part of the
building known as Fraser Hotel,
situate at Hyder, Province of British
Columbia, upon the lands described as
lot forty (40), block six (6), of lot four
thousand and forty-four (4044), map
twelve hundred and fifty-one (1251),
Prince Rupert Land Registration District, in the Province of British Columbia, for the sale of beer by the glass
or by the open bottle for consumption
on th.- premises.
Dated at Stewart, B. C, this 20th
day of March, 1925.
FRASER HOTEL   COMPANY
LIMITED, Applicant
Thorleif JoHNto\, Manager
GOING TO  BUILD?
Figure It Over With Us.
We can supply you with everything you need,
FROM BASEMENT TO CHIMNET.
AND THE TOOLS TO BUILD WITH
No need to send Outside for anything any more.
SKEENA LAND DISTRICT
District of Cassiar.
I, JOSEPH WARE, Returned Soldier, hereby apply for a lease as a
homesite on the following described
lands;���
Commencing at this, the south-west
corner post, planted on the north side
of the Stikene River, about four miles
above the townsite of Glenora; thence
5 chains north, 20 chains east, 5 chains
south to the river bank, thence westerly to point of commencement; containing 20 acres, more or l"��s.
Joseph Ware.
Dated Dec. 22, 1924. 38 9t
Who's Your Rroker?
Stewart Shares nought and Sold
G-   F.   HARTLEY
Member Vaneonver Stock Exchange Since 1911
422 Richards Street. Vancouver, B. C,
TRAPPERS--
I need Reaver,   Muskrat,   Marten,
Lynx, Skunk, Weasel, Mink,
and want them now. Ship today and remember
that "MUNRO" means "MORE MONEY"
J. H. MUNRO,   - Revelstoke, B. C.
Por Sale���Launch "Bonanza"
Length, 30 feet; beam, 8& feet; engine, 10-12 Palmer; battery, charging dynamo,** running and cabin lights; toilet,
stoves, tools; anchors, lines, belts, extinguishers. Will sleep
four. Strongly built hull. Everything in first-class shape.
Price, $500.00.
anyox, b. c. CHARLES WING
Let 'Er Boom
There is every reason to expect
another boom at Moyie, near the
southern boundary of British Columbia. The higher price of copper is to result in the re-opening
of the St. Eugene and ether
mines in that area. A number
of years ago Moyie had a monthly payroll of $100,000, but of late
years the chief item on the payroll has been the salary of the
schoel teacher.
Prepare Now
For the spring rush.      Don't procrastinate.
ORDER YOUR PRINTING OF ALL KINDS
From the Portland Canal News
...Prompt and Satisfactory Service...
Neat and Well-Printed Stationery is Essential
to a Successful and Well-Conducted Business
Once a White Elephant
A few years ago th�� Sullivan
mine, in East Kootenay. was considered a white elephant because
of the refractory nature of the
ores. Today the Sullivan is the
largest lead-silver-zinc mine in
the world, employing 1,100.
Cabin for rent.   News office.
Dr. H. A. Whillans, Physician
and Surgeon. Office, aorner 6th
and Victoria Sts. Hours, 12
o'clock, noon, to 3 p. m., and by
appointment. [
Mining Men Meet
AT THE
CASTLE HOTEL
If you want to
SEE YOUR FRIENDS
When you come to
Vancouver
Gome to the Castle
{SordtM
STCHARUS
Use it
wherever
the (f*\-*i
recipe (   �����-   l\
calls yUtU
< -V /��� *
JjjjE_p_fl^
When pure
sweet milk
is essential
Free Recipe Book-
Write the Borden Co.
Limited, Vancouver
D. W. McLEMAN
Fifth Street
STEWART.
PROVISIONS and HARDWARE
Try Our Coffee
Ground while you wait
Per lb. 55 cents.
J.   W.   WILSON
5th and Columbia St.       :-:       :-:      Stewart,   B.C.
(F
National Silver Mines
' LIMITED ������������������������
CONTROLLING
BUSH MINES
LIMITED
Treasury Shares For Sale for a Short Time
at 25c. a Share
F. R. JANCOWSKI
Company Representative
^
ANOTHER PORTLAND CANAL
OPPORTUNITY
The First Treasury Issue of The Porter-Idaho Mining Company a*.
25c. is being rapidly taken up. As this will be practically the only
issue offered the public, applications should be made as soon aa
possible to
H. W, M. ROLSTON & CO
FISCAL AGENTS STOCKBROKERS
The Porter-Idaho Mining Co., Ltd., Stewart, 15. C.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF A HOME
ARE TO BE   HAD AT THE
Hotel Stewar
James McAleenan,   Proprietor.
Steam Heated Rooms      Baths      Drying Room
Restaurant in connection
FIFTH STREET STEWART
tr. a. M.t4
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
YOU
say you have not time today.
cannot afford it this week.
will attend to it next week.
PROCRASTINATION
A habit that has cost people all over the
world thousands of dollars, and will one
day cost YOU all you have.
 SEE
ROLSTON
And secure protection in the strongest
(ire companies in the Insurance world.
*     ���     ~- "* _^o
FRUMENTO, RYAN, MacDONEIX & CO.
��� s
520-521 Vancouver Block, Vancouver,
We are specializing in Portland Canal Minin1
Send us your buying or selling orders.
We are in the maket for prospects which will stam
investigation.
ICKS
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