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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
$2.50 a Year
j Alice Arm and
i Anyox. $2.75 to
! all other points.
VOL. 10,   NO.   47
Alice Abm, B. C, Saturday, May 16, 1931
5 cents each.
Mine Footballers Defeat
Celts By One Goal
In Fast Game
The weather man relented a
little for the second game of the
Foothall League on Thursday,
May 7th, when the Mine played
and defeated the Celts by one goal
\o nil. There was practically no
wind, although the weather was
dull and chilly. The ground was
in pretty fair shape considering the
amount of rain that had fallen
prior to the game. A good number of fans turned out to enjoy the
strenuous, clean-fought and interesting league game which was full
of thrills and excellent football.
Both sides fielded their strongest
teams, the Celts being strengthened by the inclusion of Arthur
Horner.   The Mine team, a good
I combination, had an advantage
over their opponents who showed
signs of fatigue from the game
with the Smelter two days previous. However, the Mine aggregation will prove a tough propos
jitioufor their two Beach rivals.
Tony Calderoni and Ivor Davis,
two of the youngest players played
f exceptionally well for the winners,
and Max Legg, in his new position
as goalie, was a tower of strength.
Iu the first half he saved three hot
shots much to the delight of the
Mine fans. In the goal for the
Celts was Charlie Musser. He had
lots of work to do aud had no
chance at all with the goal that
Morrison- scored from olose in.
Dick Lavery handled the game.
Mr. S. Jabour Presents Golf
Cup to Ladies' Club
Mr. Sam Jabour of Prince Rupert, northern representative of the
Sun Life Assurance Company has
donated a handsome cup to the
Ladies'Golf Club. The oup will
be competed for monthly, and- this
month's games have already commenced.
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ALICE ARM NOTES
Mrs. Helen Nuoich, J. McDiar
mid and H. Williamson, who were
summoned as petit jurors at
Supreme Court Assizes returned
home on Wednesday.
The Public Works Department
started a few men to work this
week cleaning out the Silver City
and McGrath mountain trails.
Alice Arm To Celebrate
Empire Day
All plans have been completed by
the Alice Arm Athletic Association
for the big celebration on Empire
Day, May 24th.
The festivities will open on Saturday evening, May 23rd. with a
big dance in T. W. Falconer's hall,
where the best of everything will
he provided for a merry evening.
On the following day, May 24th.
a lengthy programme of sports
will he carried out at the Recreation Park, commencing at 2 p.m.
Sports will be provided for avery-
one. A tennis tournament has
also been arranged between Anyox
and Alice Arm teams.
Elaborate plans have been made
to entertain a large number of
Anyox visitors who are expected
to take advantage of prjrtu-
nity to get away from the environment of work and enjoy
nature's beauties in the beautiful
countryside of Alice Arm.
IOrDrE. Hold Reguhr
Meeting
The regular meeting of tbe Collison of Kincolith Chapter i.O.D.E.
was held in the Legion Club room
on Tuesday, May 5th. Regent
C. 0. Fricker in the chair. A
hearty vote of thanks was tendered the Girl Guides for thejr splendid assistance in the recent very
successful tea held by the Chapter.
It was decided to sell roses on
July 1st., "Alexandra Rose Day."
The proceeds of which go exclus
ively to Crippled Children's Hospital, London, England, and children's welfare work in Canada.
A most interesting report of the
Provincial Annual Convention held
iu April iu Vancouver was given
by Mrs. McLachlan.
The next meeting will be held on
Monday evening, June 1st. at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. 0.
Prioker. Mrs. J. W. Lang will
address the meeting
Hostesses were Mesdames Smith,
Cundill, Cavers and Cloke.
1. 0. D. E. Will Hold Service
Collison of Kincolith Chapter
I. 0. D. E. will hold its annual
"Intercession Servioe" in Christ
Church on Sunday. May 24th. at
7.45 p.m. All members requested
to attend.
The Beaoh United Church Lad
ies' Aid will hold a Patriotio Tea
in the Church Hall on Friday,
May 22nd. at 2.30 p.m. Home,
cooking and candy for sale.
Former High School Students
Make Excellent Showing
At University
Former Anyox High Sohool
Students made a very creditable
showing in the recent examinations
of the University of British Columbia.
Miss Olive F. Selfe, winner of
the Granby Bay Scholarship in
1927 secured her B.A. degree without any difficulty, being well up in
the list of those that passed. Miss
Selfe is the daughter of Mr. H. M.
Selfe, optometrist.
Harold Eld, the pride of the
Granby Schools in recent years,
easily passed into Class 2. There
were not many ahead of him in
marks but lots behind.
Max Legg, a third year student
successfully passed his tests in the
mining engineering class.
A. D. McDougall, 2nd. year student was granted supplemental in
mining engineering.
Stan Sawyer, 1st, year student
also successfully passed hisexamin
ation.        -.
Mine and Smelter Play
Drawn Game
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The third football league game
was played Tuesday night between
the Mine and Smelter. The brand
of football was good and both goal
keepers were kept busy. Legg and
Hunter excelling themselves all
through prevented either side
scoring. The Mine eleven had
the advantage iu the first half but
late in the second half the Smelter
boys had matters pretty much
their own way. Jack Buntain
took a penalty kick for the Smelter
but his fast raising shot went over
the bar.. The same player put in
several good shots but Legg was
very safe and disposed of the shots
in fine style. Tom Pinokney re-
fereed this goalless draw which
places the Mines at the top with
three points. There was an in
creased number of spectators' at
this game. We expect that bigger
crowds will be going to the ball
ground as the weather improves.
Games Next Week:
Tuesday, Celts versus Mine.
Thursday, Smelter versus Mine,
Kiok of! 6.30 p.m. both nights.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert, B.C. We use the best, mat
erials in a modern plant. Careful
work and quick service.
Prospectors Requested
To Bring In Samples
At the last meeting of the Alice
Arm branch of the B. C. Chamber
of Mines, it was the unanimous
opinion that if the Alice Arm dis
trict expects to benefit when metal
prices again shoot upward that
we must let mining people know
on the outside the richness of our
mineral resources.
It was also decided that the
most effective way was to continue
to send speoimens of ore to the
Vancouver Chamber of Mines for
exhibition purposes. It was pointed out by secretary A. I). Yorke
that a large portion of the specimens previously sent out have been
distributed by the Vancouver
branch to various exhibits throughout the world.
Samples brought in this summer
by mining property owners, will be
packed and sent to Vanoouver free
of cost. It is hoped that a number
of new samples will be prooured so
that they may be exhibited at the
Vancouver exhibition which, is
held early in August. When
bringing in samples please notify
President M. Petersen or Seoretary
A D. Yorke.
Anyox  Tennis Tournament
Commenced on Sunday
Some progress was made with
the Tournament on Sunday, play
ers were at the court early enough
but the weather was in a fickle
mood, a few showers preventing
play before 10 o'clock and interfering with afternoon matches. On
Court 1 the games were very closely contested and the couples seemed
to be fairly evenly matched. On
Court 2 Fred Bradshaw and Miss
Jean Keith are leading with two
points short of a perfect score. The
final games will be played Sunday
Alice Arm Streets Repaired
The work of levelling up the
holes on the streets and avenues of
Alice Arm was commenced last
week by the Department of Public
Works. The thoroughfares of the
centre of the town did not require
a great deal of attention. The
road connecting with the trail
of the north-east fork of the Kitsault river, was, however, in need
of greater repair work. The gravel
is being loaded i«to auto trucks
with a drag line. Married men
are employed on the work,
Granby Co. Report Show
Lower Production
And Profit
The quarterly report of the
Granby Consolidated Mining Smelting & Power Co. Ltd. for the
first quarter of 1931 has recently
been published. It shows a further
decline in profits and a smaller
output of copper compared with
the last quarter of 1930.
Following is the report in full:
To the Shareholders:
Herewith is submitted the result
of operations of your properties for
the first quarterly period of the
calender and fisoal year 1931, compared with the fourth quarterly
period of 1930.
PRODUCTION AND COSTS
Net pounds of copper produced
during fourth quarter of 1930,
10,048,292; First quarter of 1931,
8,700,283 pounds.
The net cost per pound of copper
produced, including all operating
genera] charges a id the shut down
expense o7 the Allenby properties,
which were not in operation during
this quarter, was 7.065 cents as
compared with 7.929 cents for the
fourth quarter of 1930. These costs
are after allowing credits for the
precious metal values and miscellaneous income, but are exclusive of
depreciation, depletion and income
taxes.
FINANCIAL
Operating income for the fourth
quarter of 1930 $107,083.08; First
quarter of 1931 $99,017.56. -
Miscellaneous income for the
fourth quarter of 1930 $90,698.70;
First quarter of 1931 $71,060.81.
Net income (before depreciation
and depletion) fourth quarter of
1930 $197,781.78; First quarter of
1931 $170,078 37.
The net income is equivalent to
38c. per share of stock outstanding
at the end of the quarter, compared
with 44o. per share for the fourth
quarter of 1930.
The above income for the first
quarter of 1931 is after deducting
$67,457.59 to write down the inventory of unsold copper to 10
cents per pound.
Morley Shier, the well known
representative of the Canadian Explosives Ltd. while playing golf
recently at Point Grey won the
eleventh hole by sinking his tee
shot. Morley is a straight shooter
in more ways than one. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,  May 16,  1931
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $8.00
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices - $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Despite the predictions of several writers on mining topics that
Great Britain would never consent
to an international conference to
discuss the stabilization of the
price of silver, latest reports state
that such a conference wtll take
place. Mr. Arthur Balfour, who
is now in Washington as a representative of the British Government
has stated that Great Britain is
willing to discuss it at an international conference. It is hoped
that the conference will take place
at an early date and it is also
hoped that an agreement will be
reached whereby the price of
silver will be stabilized at around
50c. per ounce. The stabilization
of the price of silver at around
50c. will mean activity in many
Northern B.C. mining camps that
are now idle. The future of Alice
Arm depends almost entirely upon
the price of silver. If it goes up
activity will undoubtedly prevail
and if it remains at its present
level, Alice Arm will have a hard
row to hoe for the next few years.
There has been some discussion
recently around Alice Arm as to
whom were entitled to be employed on work undertaken by the
government. There are a number
of single men, many of whom are
mining property owners in the district, who feel that as other work
is almost unobtainable, that they
have not been given a fair share
of government work. The matter
was brought to a head last week
when a public meeting was called
and a petition addressed to the
Department of Public Works circulated for signatures. Those who
feel they have a grievance are
certainly entitled "to make their
grievance known. They would
be fools is they didn't. It is re-
regretted, however, that those in
charge of government work were
not first interviewed. If a delegation had been appointed to meet
Messrs. G. K. Gwyer and J. A.
Anderson when they visited here
a short time ago the matter could
have been discussed, and no doubt
an amicable agreement could have
been reached. If the delegation
appointed were not given satisfact
ion they would have then been
entitled to present their case to the
proper authorities at Victoria, It
cannot be denied by anyone but
that there is a considerable number of men in Alice Arm who
must have work this summer or go
hungry next winter. Owing to
the closing down of the mines here,
and as every small and large town
France Is Now Taking
Canadian Wheat
Ottawa, May 9; (Special to the
Herald). One bright spot on a
difficult economic horizon is presented in figures just released by
the Canadian Trade Commissioner
at Paris, showing- that in the first
two months of 1931 Canada exported seven times as much wheat to
France as in the corresponding
period of 1930.
Exports of 6,482,174 bushels to
France during January and February of this year represented 54 per
cent of that country's total imports
for the period. In 1930 Canada
supplied only 17 per cent of the
imports.    ,
Improvements in continental
markets are not reflected in Britain,
however, where Russian wheat imports for the first three months of
this year are up by nearly 900 per
cent over a year ago, or from
$778,500 to.$7,319,995 in value.
Canada Is Best U. S. A. Radio
Customer
Ottawa, May 9; (Special to the
Herald). Canada imported more
radio receiving sets from the
United States during January and
February than any other foreign
country, Italy being second and
Argentina third. The exports to
Canada amounted to $254,321
worth of sets and Italy had a total
of $123,704.
in the north have their own unemployed problem, it is almost useless
for these men to leave their homes
and spend their few remaining
dollars in search of a job that does
not exist. Luckily we have no
transient workers. Practically all
are men who have their homes
here and are sticking with the town
until better times appear, and thev
are as much entitled to be clothed
and fed as were the hungry hordes
of Vancouver last winter. Men
with wives and families, of course,
must first be cared for. It is hard
for a full grown man to feel the
pangs of hunger, but it is worse for
little children, who cannot help
themselves even in the smallest
degree. There is no doubt but
that those in charge of government
work realize that we are passing
through an abnormal period and
will adjust working conditions
which will fully meet the case.
"The husband ought to have a
voice in the furnishing of the home"
says a woman writer.
"Oh, but he does, the invoice."
Lady: "Have you ever been
offered work?"
Tramp: "Only once, madam.
Aside from that, I've met with
nothing but kindness."
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Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
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Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
Budget Deficit Will Be
Big Total
Ottawa, May 9; (Special to the
Herald). The budget, rumor says,
will not be down until towards the
end of this month. Facts accumulate, however, which indicate the
magnitude of the government's
problem. There is also $30,000,000
to be found to cover the deficit of
the Canadian National Railways to
the public, more money for old
age and soldiers' pensions and the
$20,000,000 voted for emergency
relief last September. The total
apparent deficit approximates $150,-
000,000 and this in the face of still
falling revenues.
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"PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"
Atlin Electoral District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, on Monday, the 18th. day of
May, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, at the COURT HOUSE
ANYOX, hold a sitting of the
Court of Revision for the purpose of revising the list of voters
for the said Electoral District,
and of hearing and determining any
and all objections to the retention of
any name on the said list, or to the
registration us a voter of any applicant for registration; and for the
other purposes set forth iu the "Provincial Elections Act.'"
Dated at Anvox, B. O. this 16th. day
of April, 1031.'
E. ROSS OATMAN,
Registrar of Voters,
Atlin Electoral District.
And further take notice that adjourned sittings of the above Court
will be held at the following places:
ATLIN-On Tuesday, May the 19th„
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Atlin.
TELEGRAPH   CREEK-On    Wednesday, the 20th. day of May,
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Government Agent's Office, Telegraph
Creek.
STEWART—On Thursday, the 21st.
day of May, 1981, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House, Stewart.
Dated at Anvox, B. O. this 16th. day
of April, 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN.
Registrar of Voters.
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Picture Show for 25c
Commencing with the advent of the Talkies, which
date is August 30th., members of the Anyox Community League, will be allowed admission to one picture
show each month, on the presentation of their membership card, showing dues paid to date, for the price of
25c.   This arrangement to be in lieu of past free show.
FREE SERVICES TO MEMBERS ARE:
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
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ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,  May 16,  1931
India's  Population   Is
351,000,000
The combined population of
British India and the Indian States
was 351,000,000 on February 26
according to the latest census of
India. This shows an increase in
the 10 years since the 1921' census
of 32,500,000 or slightly over 10
per cent based on the 1921 figures
of 319,000,000.
At this rate another 20 years will
see India running neck and neck
with China in the race for the
population record.
The British Columbia Packers
Ltd. operated at a loss of $1,226,-
000 after all charges had been met
for the year ending February 28th
last.
Prince   Rupert   City    Men
Working Six Hours
The Prince Rupert city council
at its meeting last week decided to
work all city employees except a
few key man for six hours only and
give two shifts in order to make
work for 52 married men who are
at present out of work. This will
be for one month only after which
the eight-hour day will again prevail.
The matter came up as a report
from the works committee and was
finally adopted.
Ottawa, May 9:—The new Dominion of Canada conversion loan
will be offered on Monday next in
all parts of Canada, Premier R. B.
Bennett announced in the House of
Commons yesterday. The present
intention is to float $250,000,000.
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Men's Underwear
We have a full stock of Men's Underwear by all the
well known makers including:
Hewson Heavy Woolen Underwear, $4.00 per suit or $2.00
per garment.
Penman's No. 91 medium weight combinations, $2.00 per suit.
Penman's No. 95 medium weight.    Pure wool.     Two-piece
suits at $2.45 per garment.
Penman's No. 95 Combination Suits, $4.50 per suit.
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
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Managers of social affairs are reminded
that an extra ticket or two sold pays for
an advertisement, and the others sold
through advertising are all clear
profit
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First Census In Canada
Taken In 1665
Ottawa, May 9; (Special to the
Herald). In a few weeks tbe time
worn jokes regarding census-taking
will be renewed, for the census-
takers will be at work in Canada
again. The first true census was
taken in Canada, in Quebec, known
as New France, in 1665. Nova
Scotia (Acadia) and Newfoundland
followed suit. In the next century
European nations began to take
census but the early European
counts were mainly to give the
monarch of the day an idea of how
many serfs he had and how much
money he could extract from them.
The first modern census was taken
in Britain in 1801.
The Census, taken every ten
years, proves an interesting link in
history, The exact population is
ascertained, and especially this
year it will prove interesting because it will show the actual number of unemployed,
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Canadian Airways Ltd. Lost
Money Last Year
Ottawa, May 9; (Special to the
Herald). Canadian Airways Limited sustained a net loss of $68,704
during the 13-month period ending
December 31. Decreased mining
operations and general business
depression are supposed to be responsible for this condition.
The net operating revenue reported by Canadian Airways including returns from 13 months of
operation on western lines and 12
months on eastern routes, was
$1,817,543.65.
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Glass
Groceries;   also Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots.   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
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THE VICE-REGAL FAMILY
Before they stepped ashore from the Canadian Pa rifle
liner Duchess of Bedford at Halifax on Saturday
April 4th, Their Excellencies and their children posed
for their first Canadian photograph.
Shown above aa they waited in the Writing Room
of the Duchess of Bedford for the Prime Minister to
greet them, the party from left to right is: Lady
Moyra  Ponsonby,  The  Earl  of  Bessborough,  the
Countess of Bessborough and Viscount Duncannon.
Fellow passengers on the liner said the Vice-regal
party took part very democratically in the ordinary
shipboard lite, His Excellency presiding at the concert
in aid of Seamen's Charities and Viscount Duncannon
and his 18 year old sister, Lady Moyra, taking their
parts on the programme as elocutionist ud pianist
respectively. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, May  16,  1931
ANYOX NOTES
G. Waddell arrived home ou
Monday from a vacation spent in
the south.
Mrs. D. L. Molntominy, who has
spent some time in Vancouver, returned home on Monday.
Mrs. Laughlin Gillies arrived
home on Monday from Vancouver.
Stan Waring, D. Mugford and
F. Taaffe arrived from the south
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson returned on Monday from Prince
Rupert. Mr. Anderson was summoned for Grand Jury duty at the
Supreme Court Assizes.
J. Asselstine was a passenger to
Stewart on Monday.
Mrs- Plumb left on Monday on
a visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. Salmon left on Monday for
a vacation in the south.
0. P. Ashmore, manager of the
Granby Stores, left on Monday for
Prince Rupert. He returned on
Wednesday accompanied by Mrs.
Ashmore and son Phillip, who
have spent a vacation in Vancouver.
Sid. Hopkins left for Vancouver
on Wednesday's boat.
Mrs. A.H. Stewart left on Wednesday for Victoria.
A. Mikeli was a passenger to
Vancouver on Wednesday.
R. Hopgood, who has been re
lieving at the Customs Office here,
left for the south ou Wednesday.
W. 0. Boyce and Chas. Cundill.
who were summoned for jury duty
at the Supreme Court Assizes.
Prince Rupert, returned home on
Wednesday.
Mrs. J. H. Young and family arrived on Wednesday's boat.
Ralph Ingraham, who has spent
the past winter at his old home in
Maine returned to Anyox on Wednesday.
J. A. Lee arrived from Vancouver on Wednesday.
Rev. F. Bushfield is at present
visiting in Vancouver, enroute to
the Annual Conference of the
First United Church which will be
held at Victoria. He will be absent about three weeks.
T. J. Plumb was a southbound
passenger to Vanoouver on Wed
nesday.
Washington Irving, well known
in Anyox, died at Kamloops, at
tho age of 53. He had been ill for
some time and underwent an oper
ation from which he did not fully
recover.
Mr- Frank Hill recently received
the news that his friend Bob Salter died a short time at Halifax.
The late Mr. Salter was a former
resident of Anyox and his many
friends will be sorry to hear of his
untimely death.
REMNANTS
3 lbs. Prints $1.00;   3 lbs. Silk,
Velvets or Cretonnes $1.50. Agents,
dealers wanted.    A McCreery Co.,
Chatham, Ontario.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED-
Earn $15.00 to $25.00 daily with
sensational non competitive family
necessity. Territory going fast.
Write immediately:
E. L. McKenzie,
Sidney, B. C.
Anyox Theatre, Saturday,
May   16.     Matinee at   1
o'clock.     Evening 7   and
9.15 p.m.
EMPIRE DAY CELEBRATION
ALICE ARM
May 23rd. and 24th.
Saturday evening, May 23rd. Dance at T. W.
Falconer's Hall, Gents $1.00, Ladies free.
Refreshments Provided.
Sunday, May 24th. Tennis Tournament Anyox
vs. Alice Arm teams.    Athletic Sports for
young and old at Recreation Park
commencing at 2 p.m.
JOIN THE BIG CELEBRATION
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion bl Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, tn Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from $200 to
$500
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
THE MINERALS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Comparative figures of tonnage production
of the different metals:
1920
1930
Gold
Silver
Copper
Lead
Zinc
131,128 oz.
3,377,849 oz.
44,887,676 lb.
39,331,218 lb.
47,208,268 lb.
163,100 oz.
11,800,000 oz.
92,000,000 lb.
320,000,000 lb.
250,000,000 lb.
The Mining Laws of British Columbia are
liberal and Crown Grants are given
to Mineral Claims.
For information regarding British Columbia mines,
apply to the
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
VICTORIA, B. C.
Annual Reports, Bulletins, Maps, etc.,
furnished free of charge on application.
For Results,  Advertise  in  the
Herald
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HARDWARE   DEPARTMENT
"Pro-made" golf clubs are used exclusively by Mf. Dave Black, Vancouver professional.
They are guaranteed for one year from date of purchase against any defects in workmanship
or materials.
"Glencoe" Brassies and Drivers, Price $12.00.       "Model 35" ditto, Price $10.00
Kro-flite Golf Balls-Seconds
Regular Price Per Dozen, $6.00.       Our Price Per Dozen, $5.00.       Price Each 50c.
SHOE   DEPARTMENT
"John Palmer" shoes are really good for hiking. No. 314 made of an oil tanned brown 14
inch top, with a full double sole and Hungarian nailed to prevent slipping. Enjoy your
hikes this year, knowing that your shoes are right for the job.    Sizes 6 to 10,   Price $13:00.
DRUG DEPARTMENT
Do You Believe In Graphology?
Do you believe that character
is revealed in one's handwriting? Well, here's an interesting test, anyhow. The Sheaffer
Pen Company have obtained
the services of one of the
ablest students of handwriting
in the country. He will give
you a reading absolutely free,
and free of obligation, too.
All you have to do is write on
a special form, at our pen
counter, the words "Sheaffer's
Balance Lifetime Pen is guaranteed forever against everything except loss " We'll
mail it for you.
MEN'S   DEPARTMENT
IGlothes
SENSIBLE CLOTHING - - -
'"is, after all, the chief desire of every sane man.
We all have our likes and dislikes with regard to
style, fit, cloth, etc., but only a few
have a desire to be sensational.
A proper balance between styl'
ishness and discretion is carefully observed in our Leishman
suits, topcoats, sports wear and
formal wear. We
can prove these
things for you
by personal
demonstration
Dry Goods Department
"Goosey Gander" Boys' Wash
Suits made of tobralco, splendid
wash material. Colors, light
green with dark green trim,
brown with tan trim, blue with
dark blue trim.     Sizes 3, 4, 5, 6,
years.   Price $2.00.
Boys' Overalls.     Khaki  color
with red trim.    Good  strong
wearing material.    Sizes 5 to 6
years.  Price $1.35.
Sleeveless cover-alls for Boys or
Girls.  Blue with colored medallion trim.   Sizes 5-6.  Price $1.25
GRANBY   STORES
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