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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 11,   NO. 8
Alice Abm, B. G, Friday, August 28, 1931
5 cents each.
Notes On Various Golf
Tournaments
Thirty four golfers played in the
qualifying rounds of 18 holes
Medal Play. Dan MoKenzie won
low medal prize with score of 68
net.
After qualifying round there
were 4 flights of handicap match
play.
First flight was won by Jack
MaoConnachie with R. C. Gegg
runner-up.
Second flight won by H. Cathro
with D. Macleod runner-up.
The Consolation flight and 3rd.
flight are not yet completed.
Jaok MoConnie won the prize
consisting of a handsome golf
sweater and sox presented by the
President, Mr. W. R. Lindsay.
Play will start at the end of this
month and continue through
September for Club Handicap and
Open Championship Cups.
The Bocking Cup for Handicap
Championship will be played first:
18 hole handicap match play with
36 holes for final. This is the first
year's competition for the cup.
The Granby Stores Cup for the
open championship, at present held
by Syd. Peters, will be played for
about the middle of September.
Football League Game? Near
Conclusion
The following are the remaining
fixtures to be played by the
respective teams in the Anyox
Football League:
Smelter versus Mine.
Celts versus Mine (postponed
league game).
Anyox Cup Final, Celts versus
Smelter.
The Celts are leading the league
at present but the Mine eleven
have a chance to draw even with
them.
Anyox Bride-Elect   Leaves
For Vancouver
Miss Florence May Rogers,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Rogers, of Anyox, bade farewell to
a large gathering of friends on
Friday night, when she sailed for
Vancouver. Miss Rogers is shortly
to be married to Mr. L. Haigh, of
the B. C. Electric Company at
Vancouver. She was a very popular member of the younger set in
Anyox. A tour in the States is
contemplated as the honeymoon
trip, after which the young couple
will take up their residence in Vancouver.
The many friends of Miss Kathleen Lillian Reid, who was a member of the Granby Stores office staff
until the early part of the summer,
will be pleased to learn that she was
married at Vancouver on August
15th. to Mr. Walter S. Purvis.
Previous to her coming to Anyox
Miss Reid was employed at Allen-
by.
Subscribe to the Herald
Alice Arm  Exhibition
Promises Success
The first exhibition of Alice Arm
garden produce, which will be held
on Labor Day, Monday, September 7th. promises to be a big
success. A keen interest is being
taken by local gardeners, and the
quality and size of vegetables exhibited will no doubt be a surprise
to many people.
The exhibition will be held in the
Kitsault House, and it has been
suggested that it be opened to the
public at 1 p.m. This means that
exhibits must be in place during the
morning so that sufficient time will
be allowed for the judges to exam-
mine the exhibits and make awards
before the exhibition is opened.
Mr. Harry Smith has been endeavoring to get two judges from
Anyox and he has great hopes that
this can be done.
It has also been suggested that
following the exhibition, sports be
held during the afternoon and a
dance in the evening. These matters and others in connection with
Anyox Visitors Departing
The large number of Anyox
people who have spent holidays at
Alice Arm the past two months
have dwindled considerably during
this week. Almost perfect holiday
weather has prevailed during July
and August, and all the visitors
report spending an enjoyable time.
Fishing has been'the chief pastime
of the visitors and some wonderful
catches have rewarded their efforts.
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
Mr. and Mrs Geo. Bailey of
Anyox announce the engagement
of their daughter, Doris Elian
Carter, to Mr. Clifford Harvey
Cameron, eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. F. H. Cameron of Prince
Rupert. The wedding will take
place at the Anglican Church,
Anyox, September 9th.
the Exhibition, will be decided at a
public meeting to be held in the
Kitsault House tomorrow evening,
Saturday, August 29th.
Smelter Win   Cup-Tie
Replay In Overtime
Smarting under their recent
heavy defeat by the Mine, the
Smelter came back strong to win
the replayed cup-tie fixture on
Tuesday the 18th. At the close of
regular time the score stood one
all, and iu the overtime play
Steve Peel notched the winning
goal, thup enabling Smelter to
meet the Celts in the final for the
Cup. It was a hard fought ganib
throughout, both teams being very
aggressive and fast. Mine scored
first through a scramble after a
corner kick. Stan Ellison equalized with a well placed shot.
Buntain missed a nice chance a
little later, and Dixon for the
Mine tried a first-time shot which
failed to land. In the overtime
alloted Steve Peel cinched the
game'from a pass close in. A large
crowd witnessed one of the best
games of the season.
Advertise in the Herald
TAX.SALES
Sales of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in
Prince Rupert Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Wednesday, the 9th day of September, 1931, at the hour of ten o'clock in the
forenoon, at the Court House, Prince Rupert, I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out
for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, 1931, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due for the period ended December 31st, 1929, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, be not sooner paid.
Party of Coast Tourists
Visit Anyox
The C. P. R. Steamer, "Princess
Alice" with a special excursion
party on board, docked at Anyox
at 7.30 on Thursday the 20th from
Stewart. This trip is one which
has been contemplated by the enterprising Canadian Pacific line for
several years, and the visitors were
loud in their praise of ihe many
wonderoii8 sights taken in on the
trip. They are taking in every
place of interest in B. C. and
Alaska on the Pacific Coast. One
of tho most interesting spots
visited was Sitka, the ancient
Russian capital of Alaska. Here
the beautiful old chinch, built in
1833, was visited, also a glorious
natural park, in which there are a
great many fine totem poles. The
itinerary included a trip up the
Tagish Lake, where a call was
made at the Engineer Gold Mine,
now closed down, and to Ben- ruy-
Chree at the head of the Lake.
The two hundred visitors were
shown round the plant at Anyos
by the obliging superintendents
and their assistants, and before
re embarking, eaoh was presented
with a souvenir ash tray.
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ALICE ARM NOTES  !
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LIST OF PROPERTIES
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
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RANGE 2, COAST DISTRICT :
Carrol, Sadie  Lot  21    '.	
Carrol, Sadie  Lot  22  	
101.40      10.71      13.75      125.86
14.30        1.14      13.75        29.19
RANGE 3, COAST DISTRICT:
Cliff, Marion W., Webster, jf.C.K, and
Thornhill, Chas. J Lot 4	
Charlton,  Charles Lot 124 (EW of .48 acres shown in red
oil Plan attached to D.D. 1195) 	
Morrison, J. R. and Pearl A. Macfarlane Lot 124 (except (1) Plan 1671: (2) .76
acres registered under 23187C; (3)
.48 acres shown on Plan attached
to D.D. 1195; (4) 1.584 acres registered under 14010-1; (5) Parcels B.
C.D.F.G.  &  K.)..	
Morrison, J. R. and Pearl A. Macfarlane Lot 125 (E 9 acres of. except Parcels A.
& D. and except .255 acres lying
between Parcels A. & D.) 	
Brynlldsen,   B Lot 323-(Except a strip of land measured 1 chain from High water mark)
Wolff, M. A Lot 639, Und. % Interest 	
Hamilton, Norma D Lot 1176, Und. Vs Interest 	
Douglas, Myrtle E„ and Kate McRae Lot 1176, Und. W Interest 	
Keeping,   Benjamin  C NWW Sec. 32, Twp. 1, (except portion
'    lying in Parcel S.)  	
Clayton, Geo. V. H NEW Sec. 32, Twp. 1 	
Fosbak, Ole  NEVi Sec. 33, Twp. 1 (part N. 8.60 chains
of W. 9.47 chains)	
Hansen, Hans O EW of NEW Sec. 34, Twp. 1 	
Gaarden,  Johanna    SWW of NWW Sec. 35, Twp. 1 	
Wolff, M. A EW of NEW Sec. 3, Twp. 2 (part 7 acres
West of Biver)  	
Wolff, M. A Frac. EW of SWW Sec. 3, Twp. 2, (part
19 acres West of River) 	
Kellog, Oliver T Northerly 78.2 acres of Frac. NEW Sec.
4, Twp. 4 	
Olsen, Ole ,C Part 22.24 acres of WW of SWW Sec. 7,
Twp. 4, C. of T. 19679-F	
RANGE 4, COAST DISTRICT:
Skrove,  Olaf   Lot  2156'	
Tibbetts,   Florence    Lot 2567, Surface Bights "Maybell" Mineral  Claim ...;	
RANGE 5, COAST DISTRICT:
Johnson,  Moses   ....Lot 7, D.L. 9, Plan 957 	
Deasey, Thomas  Lots 12, 13, 14, 15, D.L. 9, Plan 957	
Cndwallader,   Alice   Lot 7, Block 7, Subd. Lot 45, Plan 537....
Clifford, Lucy M Lot  88  	
ditto  Lot 89, Unsubdivided portion 	
39.65
24.00
4.18
2.27
13.75
13.75
57.58
40.02
139.87      22.30      13.75      175.92
67.02      10.53      13.75
91.30
19.50
17.25
20.25
20.25
2.06
1.62
1.90
1.90
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
35,31
32.62
35.90
35.90
184.23
102.30
19.22
9.87
13.75
13.75
217.20
125.92
6.02
146.28
10.08
.63
13.26
1.07
13.75
13.75
13.75
20.40
173.29
24.90
5.98
.53
13.75
20.26
16.08
1.45
13.75
31.28'
14.88
1.55
13.75
30.18
19.93
2.10
13.75
35.78
18.00
1,68
13.75
33.43
3.42
.31
13.75
17.48
6.00
14.62
12.20
235.60
261.82
.57
1.42
1.14
64.79
72.29
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
19.32
28.79
26.09
314.11
347.86
Continued on Page 2
Mrs. J. Kirkland and family
arrived from Anyox on Thursday
last week and have spent the past
week here on a vacation.
C. Mann returned on Monday
from a vacation spent in Prince
Rupert. During his visit there he
was the guest of Rev. J. B.
Jennings of the Northern Cross and
spent nine days visiting settlements
in the locality.
Mrs. T. W. Falconer and daughter Juanita, who have been visiting
Mr. Falconer for the past two
months left on Monday for Vancouver.
Art. Beaudin, proprietor of the
Welcome Hotel, Alice Arm, returned on Monday from a two
weeks' visit to Terrace. He has
purchased an ice cream parlor and
quick lunch counter there and will
return next Monday and reside
there during the winter. Mrs.
Beaudin and son Bobby left for
Terrace last week.
Inga Fiva, who was working on
the repairing of the government
telegraph line down the inlet,
received injuries on the head this
week caused by a falling tree. He
was taken to Anyox Hospital and
will spend several days there.
A public meeting will be held at
the Kitsault House tomorrow evening, Saturday, August 29th. at 8
p.m. for the purpose of making
plans for the forthcoming Exhibition. It is hoped that all those
interested will attend.
Gold shipments from Alaska for
the first six months of the present
year were $3,078,380, an increase
of nearly 50 per cent over the
same period of last year. ALICE   AEM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD, Friday, August 28, 1931
Mine Defeated by Celts
In Fine Game
An excellent display of football
was given by the Celts and Mine
in their league game on the 20th.
The Celts getting the points by a
3-2 victory. Quick passing and
smart headwork was a feature of
the play but both teams passed up
good  opportunities to score.
In the first half the Celts had
the advantage of the slope but
failed to score while their opponents bagged the only goal of this
half through Dixon. A first time
shot by George Dyer was well
saved by Dwyer.
In the second period the Celts
started off fast and scored a couple
in quick succession through Arthur
Horner whose shots were well
placed out of Pynn's reach. Dixon'
bagged another for the Mine but
Lockie Gillies secured the lead for
the Celts with a good shot. Both
teams continued to play dazzling
footer until the final whistle blew.
Dick Lavery ably handled the
game and seldom had to stop the
game for fouls. Voted the best
game of the season by most of the
fans.
All Ready For Tennis
Finals
The Men's Tennis Doubles finals
played off Friday evening resulted
in a win for Archie McDougall and
and Frank Gordon from George
M. Lee and Vic. McRae by 0 4,
4 6, 4-6, 61, 6 1. An excellent
game in which the rain interfered.
Each player gave a fine exhibition
and Frank Gordon's volleying was
a treat to watch.
Weather permitting all the finals
will be played off this weekend.
Some fine tennis is anticipated.
German Government Buying
Big Quantity Silver
The German Government will require to buy about 1,000,000 kilograms of silver to mint the full
500,000,000 coins authorized by a
recent decree. With silver at
present prices this would involve
more than $9,500,000. The silver
content of the mark averages 2y2
grams, or about ten per cent of the
face value.
Fifteen million eggs a year are
being used in a dried egg plant in
Winnipeg, this being one of the
city's new industries.
H   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of 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
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS.   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Oflice Building, Alice Arm
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Don't Forget!
That our Big Stock Reducing Sale Closes
on Monday, August 31st.   Wonderful
Bargains in all lines of goods
GOODS REDUCED FROM 35 to 50 PER CENT.
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
TAX  SALES—Continued
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John,  Katherine
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Dallalain, Helen
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Malone, John J.
Plan 783, Subd. Part Lot 89, Range 5:
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 2 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 3 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 4	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 5 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 6 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 7 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 9 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 10 	
...Lots 1 to 28, Block 11 	
Plan 783, Subd. S'/a Lot 90, Range 5
...Lots 20 to 28, Block A	
Block B.  (2.38 ac.)_	
Block C. (1.019 ac.) 	
...Lots 9 to 14, Block 3 	
...Lots 9 to 14, Block 5 	
...Lots 8 to 13, Block « 	
...Lots 1 to 14, Block 7  <
...Lots 15 to 20, Block 9 	
...Lots 22 to 28, Block 10 	
...Lots 1 to (I, Block 11 	
...Lots lfi to 21, Block 13 	
...Lots 23 to 28, Block 14 	
...Lots 1 to 10, Block 15 	
...Lots 1 to 10, Block 18 	
...Lots 1 to 10, Block 20	
...Lots 5, (I, 7, Block 3 	
...Lots 15 lo 21, Block 5 	
...Lois 22 to 28, Block (i 	
...Lots 8 to 14, Block 9 	
...Lots 15 lo 21, Block 10 	
...Lots 22 to 28, Block 11 	
...Lots 22 to 28, Block 13 	
...Lots 15 to 21, Block 14 	
...Lots 18 to 28, Block 15  ;...
...Lots 18 to 28, Block 19 	
...Lots 1 to 11, Block 21  	
...Lots 15 to 21, Block 3 	
...Lots 1 to 7, Block 5 	
...Lots 1 to 7, Block 0 	
...Lots 1 to 14, Block 8 	
...Lots 1 to 7, Block 9	
...Lots 8 to 14, Block 10 	
...Lots 8 to 14, Block 11 	
...Lots 8 to 14, Block 13 	
...Lots 8 to 14, Block 14 	
...Lots 2 to 11, Block 17 	
...Lots 1 to 11, Block 19 	
...Block 124, Subd. Lots 188 and 607, Plan
1136	
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
48.00
16.00
8.00
8.00
10.40
10.40
9.60
24.00
10.40
12.00
10.40
9.60
10.40
16.80
16.00
16.80
5.60
12.00
12.00
12.00
14.40
12.00
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12.00
18.40
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M Lots 15 to 21, Block 3   12.00
12.00
12.00
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12.00
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5.55
Plan 933, Subd. Lots 312 and 351:
Pomfret, Ben  Lot 5, Block 4 	
McKenzie, Gordon K Lot 7, Block 4    	
Pomfret,  Rose    Lot 15, Block 11 	
Plan 1066, Sub. Lot 364:
Adam, Ellen, & Alex. Noble  Lot 1  	
ditto ditto  Lot 2  	
ditto ditto  Lot 3	
ditto ditto  Lot 4   	
ditto ditto  Lot 5   	
ditto ditto  Lot 6  	
ditto ditto  Lot 7  	
ditto ditto  Lot 8   	
Adam,  Ellen    Lot 14  	
Adam, Ellen, & Alex. Noble  Lot 15   ■.	
Perry,  Charles  (i Lot 420  	
Plan 1033, Subd. Lot 446:
Stevenson, Hugh C Lots 22, 23, Block 20 	
Marriott,   Charles    Lots 15, 16, Block 22	
Stevenson, Hugh C Lots 34, 35, Block 84	
5.00
5.00
5.00
28.52
31.88
31.88
32.40
30.55
29.54
30.39
32.56
40.62
17.51
19.72
3.00
3.00
3.00
Plan 1094, Subd. Lot 28 of Sub. Lot. D. of Lots 529, 927, 4415 & Pt. 926:
Christenscn, C. & Th. Davidson  Block  16   4.00
Charstad, Bcrthena  Lots 1 to 8, Subd. Lot 643, Plan 848  23.92
Charstad,   Berthena   Lot 644, Und. y4 Interest   29.00
RANGE 5, COAST DISTRICT  (cont'd).
Astoff,   Mile    Lot 19, Block 37, Subd. Lot 645, Plan 838 3.00
Fontanellc, Emile G Lots 1, 2, Block 48,         "           " 3.00
Johnstone, J. B Lot 684, Und. % Interest   17.31
Kleanza Company, Ltd  Lot  833    5931.54
Jones,   Francis    ...Lot 919  (Unsubdivided  portion ex. G.
T.P. Right of Way)   12.79
Collins,  Josiah   Lot 974, SE 80 acres of, as described in 104.00
D.D. 18382C	
Cobb,  George    Lot  1032    9.25
McGuire,   Hilda Lot 1100 (ex. Assigned Lot 1.)   121.08
McCaffery, M. P. & E. C. Gibbons  Lot 1102, Und. % Interest   43.79
Scott, J. W Lot   1284    68.90
Vay, Frank F Lot  1292    186.16
Hill,   Nettie    Lot  1306, SE%    8.00
Holland,   Samuel    Lot  1311    18.48
Dignam, Mary Ella  Lot 1312, Westerly 100 acres of  15.00
Westerland,   Andrew    Lot  1318    25.71
Jabour Bros. Limited  Lot  1335   10.35
Jabour, Samuel  Lot  1336               . 2091
Muir,   W Lot 3, Subd, Lot 1337, Plan 1337   3.00
Carter,  Percy •. Lot  1342 :  24.00
Edwards, Estate of George  Lot  1424, SW>/4    23.85
Garrett, C. J	
Kirkpatrick, J. A	
Plan 1270, Sub. Lot 1437 :
 Block 7, Subd. Lot 1744, Plan 1006	
 Lot 1745, part 52.64 acres as per plan
attached to D.D. 2678-1 	
Mee, George H Lot  1754  	
McRae, John A Lot  1757  	
Johnson,   Carl   John    Lot 2229, NEy4 	
Loring,  R. E Lot 2611, except southerly portion 110.65
acres shown on Plan attached to
D.D.   807-1   	
Miller,  Mollie   Lot  3071   	
Neil,  Walter   Lot  3075  	
Johnstone, J. B Lot 3984 Und. % Interest in unsubdivided  portion	
Plan 1071, Subd. Part Lot 3984:
Scott, Jessie G Lot 2, Block 37 	
Johnstone,  J.  B Lots 3, 4, 6, Block 38, Und. % Interest
ditto  Lots 2, 3, 4, Block 57, Und. % Interest
ditto , Lots A. B., Block 58, Und. % Interest
ditto              Lot 3991, Und.  %  Interest  in unsubdivided  portion  	
Plan 1072, Subd. Part Lot 3991 :
Johnstone, J. B Lots 2, 3, Block 59	
Hellman,  Minnie   Lot 3999, Und. K Interest 	
Chisholm,  Alexander Lot 3999, Und. % Interest 	
8.20
158.60
24.30
18.75
12.00
48.96
52.63
13.15
35.75
12.64
12.64
12.64
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4.10
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2.66
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2.43
6.16
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3.15
2.66
2.43
2.66
4.34
4.10
4.34
1.13
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.70
3.15
3.15
3.15
4.78
4.78
4.78
3.15
3.15
3.15
6.16
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
4.10
4.78
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.39
.39
2.97
3.31
3.31
3.32
3.18
3.08
3.17
3.40
4.23
1.62
1.70
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3.02
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1.72
789.17
1.58
10.98
1.04
17.40
2.98
7.27
19.65
.86
1.71
1.41
2.39
.95
1.96
.26
2.22
2.20
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2.27
1.75
1.15
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1.23
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12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
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13.75
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13.75
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13.75
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.83      12.75
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13.75
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3.77      13.75
Plan 1402, Subd. Lot 4118
McDougall,  Margaret   Lot  4123  	
McDonald,   Roderick    Lot  4486  	
Johnstone, Beatrice May  Lot  5127	
Plan 1440, Subd. Block B. of Lot 5760:
Chretian,  Jean Block   1    .~.	
Cote, Mary  .'. Block  2   i	
Chretian,  Jean   Block  7  	
Limousin,  Pierre   Lot  6736  	
Falconer, O., Robertson, E,  & North-
cott, E. A Assd. Lot 4 of W% of SWy4 Sec. 14,
Twp. 1  	
ditto ditto         Assd. Lot 6, of SW%, Sec. 22, Twp. 1....
ditto ditto  Lot 1 of SWy4  Sec. 29, Twp. 1, Und.
%  Interest 	
Thomas, Estate of Ethel M Lots 5, 6, Block 15, Plan 412, Subd. of
SEYs, of NWW Sec. 15, Twp. 1	
McRae,  John    lot 12, Block F. Plan 443, Subd. of SV4
of E% of NWK Sec. 21, Twp. 1....
Burns, Thos. E ...Und. l/« Interest in SWtt Sec. 26, &
NWy4 Sec. 23, Twp. 1	
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73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
73.39
;i2.85
22.83
22.83
25.81
25.81
24.78
42.91
25.81
27.9(1
25.81
24.78
25.81
33.89
32.85
33.89
19.48
27.90
27.90
27.90
30.85
27.9(1
27.90
27.90
35.93
35.93
35.93
27.90
27.90
27.90
42.91
27.90
27.90
27.90
27.90
27.90
32.85
35.93
18.81
18.14
18.14
18.14
44.24
47.94
47.94
48.47
46.48
45.37
46.31
48.71
57.60
31.88
35.17
16.02
16.02
16.02
17.02
39.17
45.77
16.02
16.02
32.78
6734.46
24.04
152.23
60.52
89.92
219.56
22.61
33.94
30.16
41.85
25.05
36.62
16.01
39.97
39.80
21.78
193.27
40.32
34.25
26.90
69.86
71.42
28.13
53.27
3.00
3.00
3.00
6.00
.26
.26
.26
.55
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
16.01
16.01
16.01
19.30
63.21
5.10
13.75
82.06
3.00
26.65
57.40
.26
2.84
12.28
12.75
13.75
13.75
16.01
43.24
83.43
33.37
27.16
34.80
3.47
2.52
3.23
13.75
13.75
13.75
50.59
43.43
51.78
5.03
5.03
5.03
26.00
.45
.45
.45
2.72
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
18.23
18.23
18.23
42.47
11.40
23.44
1.19
2.42
13.75
13.75
26.34
39.61
23.33
2.42
13.75
39.50
5.53
.51
12.75
18.79
6.00
.58
12.75
19.33
13.82
1.42
13.75
28.99 ALICE   ABM  AND   ANYOX  HERALD, Friday, August 28, 1931
The discussion as to whether or
not a general reduction of wages
would promote prosperity is becoming lively. Undoubtedly certain
wage scales—and incidentally salaries—are decidedly out of line and
should be adjusted, but a general
lowering of wages will not remedy
matters and will only promote
communistic sentiment.
Wages should fluctuate with the
real cost of living and the prosperity of the individual industry. For
some time miners' wages have
fluctuated with the price of metals,
which in turn determines profits.
Some such plan should be possible
in most industries, and necessity is
forcing it on many—The Miner.
MINEBAL ACT
(Form F)
Certificate op Improvements
NOTICE
"Cracker Jack," "45," ■•Storm
King," "Brownie Fractional," "Violet,' "Molly Darling," '•Sun Set No.
1," "Sun Set No. 8"Mineral Claims, situate in the Naas River Mining Divisi
on of Cassiar District.
Where located: at Alice Arm about
two miles up Roundy Creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, L. H. Hinton, agent for the Keystone Mining
Co. Ltd. Free Miners's Certificate No.
45521-D. intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice thataction,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 1st. day of August A. I)
1031.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
T.   W.   FALCONER Alice Arm
GENERAL MERCHANT
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THE LEAGUE IS
FOR YOU!!
League members benefit all ways, and especially as
patrons of the Picture Shows. Note these low prices to
Community League members and their families: Men,
one show a month at half-price. Ladies, all the time,
25c. on presentation of Membership Card. So join the
League and take an active interest in all its doings.
THE LEAGUE IS FOR
YOUR BENEFIT
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THE MINERALS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Total Mineral Production to the end of 1930 valued at
$1,237,847,847.00, made up as follows.
Gold, plaoer $78,588,949.00
Gold, lode 140,868,011.00
Silver 102.435,047.00
•    Copper 265,871,528.00
Lead 163,617,773.00
Zino  87,772.190.00
Coal and coke 330,293,688.00
Structural materials  62,538,833.00
Miscellaneous minerals, etc •..    5,861,828.00
Total .. .$1,237,847,847.00
The Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the year 1930 now is available, and may be
obtained free of charge, together with copies of special
bulletins, maps, etc., upon application to:
THE DEPARTMENT OF MINES
Victoria, B. C.
TAX SALES—Continued
Continued from Page 2
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Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Properly
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Plan 401, Subd. Part Sec. 32, 33, & 34, Twp. 1, Range 5 :
Glenn, I, L Lots 9, 10, Block B. of Lot 7   6.00
Durrwachter, Ernest J Lots 1, 2, Block B, of Lot 18  6.00
Russell,  Annie   Lot 1, Block C, of Lot 18  6.00
Casement,  Roger   Lots 1 to 10, Block A, of Lot 36  7.91
Plan 457A, Subd. Part NW^ of NEtt-Sec. 32, Twp. 1, R. 5 :
Lockart, W. G Lot  5  12.97
Plan 765, Subd. SE»/,  & Fr. NE<4 Sec. 4, Twp. 1, Range 5:
Warren, Estate of John  Lot 5, Block 10
Dyer,  James    Frac. NEtt Lot 705 	
CASSIAR   DISTRICT:
Tomlinson,   Alice    Lot 4, Plan 1319, Subd. Lot 7 ..
ditto  Lot 6, Plan 1319, Subd. Lot 7
Abbotsford Lumber, Mining & Development Co,  Ltd Lot  52  	
ditto ditto  Lot  53  	
ditto ditto  Lot  57  	
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19.30
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19.30
.76
12.75
21.42
1.34
12.75
27.06
.57
12.75
19.32
1.06
13.75
21.93
.35
12.75
16.34
.35
12.75
16.54
18.89
13.75
211.06
18.89
13.75
211.06
9.45
13.75
112.41
Plan 1007, Subd. Lot 766, Cassiar:
Snwle. G. R. T Lots 1 to 20, Block 1 	
ditto  Lots 1 to 14, & 20 to 28, Block 2	
ditto  Lots 17 to 30, & 33 to 52, Block 6	
Lea,  Frances   Und. tt Interest in Lot 1070 	
6.00
7.12
3.24
3.44
178..42
178..42
89.21
12.50 1.16 12.75 26.41
13.95 1.30 12.75 28.00
20.70 1.93 12.75 35.38
23.40 2.47 13.75 39.62
Plan 1222, Subd. Part Lot 1074 :
Dahlberg.  John    Lot 4, Block 1   „	
Sutilovich,   Nick    Lot 12, Block 1  	
Sutilovich,   Mary    Lot 13, Block 1  	
McGuire, Marie  Lot 20, Block 1  	
Rell,  Myrtle  M Lot 10, Block 3 	
Andrews, William G Lot 7, Block 4 	
Alice Arm Mining and Dev. Co. Ltd Lot 16, Block 4 	
Reil,  C. P Lot 9, Block 6 	
Austin, Alex Lot 11, Block 10-	
Dawson, F. G. Limited  Lot 11, Plan 1418, Subd. part Lots 1074
& 1074A	
Alice Arm Mining & Development Co.
Ltd, and A. C. Falconer  Lot 15, Map 1267	
Derby,  Henry    Lot 3052, NWtt 	
Bnrbrick, Duncan C Lots 3213 & 3216, Surface Rights	
Cameron, W. G ..Lot 2487, WH of SWtt	
QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS DISTRICT:
Plan 946, Subd. Lot 7:
Harrison, Mary Ann  Lot 4, Block 2 	
ditto  .Lot 22, & Und.  tt Interest in Lot 24,
Block  8  	
ditto  Lots 5-7, Block 9 (Plan 946B) 	
ditto  Lots 1-32, Block 11  	
Wightman, George H Lot 9, Block 15 	
Harrison, Mary Ann  , Block 90 (Plan 946A.) 	
Plan 934, Subd. Lots 16 & 16A, Q.C.I.
Barge, J. L Lots 4, 5, Block 28 	
Plan 1032, Subd. Lots 234 & 361, Q.C.I.
Wilson, Chas. M Lot 1, Block 6 	
ditto  Lots 1, 2, 3, 8, Block 16 	
Oliver, Stephen S Lots 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, Block 31 	
Scharffe,  Robert   Lot 253, Q.C.I. (except Lots 1, 2, 3)	
North American  Timber Holdings  Co.
Ltd, and Sitka Spruce Mills, Ltd Lot  309, Q.C.I	
McDougall,  J Lot  389, Wtt  	
Harrison, Mary Ann  Lots 1-7, & Ntt Lot 8, Block 25, Plan
1073, Subd. Lot 420 	
MoNaughton,  Abner   Lot 499, Q.C.I .v.::.»	
Plan 1079, Subd. Lot 746:
Somerville   Cannery   Co,  Ltd Lots 5, 6, Block 23 	
Smifli, Wm. L Lot 15, Block 24  ■.	
Shaw, Lillian  Lot 12, Block 33 	
Kahn,  Mortaza    Lot   9, Block 38 	
McCrea, Nellie  K Lots 7, 8, Block 42 	
Trumbull, Aaron B Lot 798 SEtt 	
Cretzer, Charles, and Vera Cretzer. Lot 826a, SWtt 	
Williams,   John    Lot 847a, NEtt 	
Walden, W Lot 851a, NEtt 	
Stevens, George  Lot 992, Q.C.I. NWtt of SWtt 	
Graham Island Co. Ltd Lots  1-19,  Block  9,  Plan   1036,  Subd.
SWtt Lot 1577, Q.C.I	
Pattison, J. M Lot 1580, Q.C.I. SEtt of SWtt 	
Woshtok, John B Lot 1581, Q.C.I. SEtt of SEtt 	
Adams,   James    Lot 1660, Q.C.I. Ett 	
Haverson,   William    Lot 1775, Q.C.I. NEtt	
Hall,  M.  E Lot 1818, Q.C.I. SEtt 	
Clayton, Walter   Lot 2238, Q.C.I. NEtt  	
Burns, Ursula C Section 35, Twp. 6, Q.C.I	
ditto  Section 36, Twp. 6, Q.C.I. ...:	
ditto  Section   1, Twp. 7, Q.C.I	
Plan 1051, Subd. Lot 420, Q.C.I.
McQuaker, George  Lot 19, Block 1  	
ditto  Lot 14, Block 4 	
ditto  Lots 17, 18, Block 5 	
ditto  Block   8   	
ditto Block  23 	
ditto Block  26  	
ditto  Lot  748, Q.C.I	
Buckley Securities Ltd Lot 6, Q.C.I. as described on Cert, of
Title 170741  	
ditto  Lot  10 " "
ditto  Lot  11
65.53
5.87
12.75
84.15
90.02
11.34
12.75
114.11
85.42
10.71
12.75
108.88
26.97
1.82
12.75
41.54
27.61
2.49
12.75
42.85
5.37
.53
12.75
18.65
4.97
.45
12.75
18.17
2.95
.22
12.75
15.92
5.37
.50
12.75
18.62
78.73
6.32
12.75
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115.48
6.70
12.75
134.93
27.00
2.52
13.75
43.27
9.39
.84
13.75
23.98
223.20
74.82
13.75
311.77
3.12
.26
12.75
16.13
4.10
.31
12.75
17.16
76.68
6.75
12.75
96.18
32.21
2.83
12.75
47.79
6.00
.57
12.75
19.32
3.46
.30
12.75
1651
4.44
.38
12.75
17.57
4.11
.30
12.75
17.16
3.33
.27
12.75
16.35
4.58
.33
12.75
17.66
16.14
1.84
13.75
31.73
1320.28
208.76
13.75
1542.79
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
4.83
.40
12.75
17.98
21.34
2.41
13.75
37.50
8.00
1.07
12.75
21.82
6.00
.56
12.75
19.31
11.92
1.57
12.75
26.24
19.17
1.81
12.75
33.73
49.31
4.54
12.75
66.60
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
24.00
2.22 ■
13.75
39.97
26.00
2.74
13.75
42.49
21.66
3.30
12.75
37.71
25.74
2.70
13.75
42.19
26.00
2.74
13.75
42.49
208.00
21.98
13.75
243.73
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
104.00
10.98
13.75
128.73
180.05
19.00
13.75
212.80
208.26
22.00
13.75
244.01
208.00
22.00
13.75
243.75
15.46
5.24
12.75
33.45
14.63
5.05
12.75
32.42
15.46
5.24
12.75
33.45
15.21
5.22
12.75
33.18
15.21
5.22
12.75
33.18
15.21
5.22
12.75
33.18
157.02
48.44
13.75
219.21
604.49
87.28
13.75
705.52
89.06
12.87
13.75
115.68
52.64
7.78
13.75
74.17
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Friday, the Hth day of September, 1931, at the hour of two o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Police Office, Terrace, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out
for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, 1931, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due for the period ending December 31st, 1929, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, be not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
Plan 970, Subd. Lot 360, Range 5 :
Garon, Joseph  Block 25 	
Plan 1002, Subd. Block 11 of Lot 360, Range 5 :
Cramer,  Martin    Lots 14, 15, 16, Block 1 	
Plan 1009, Subd. Block 18 of Lot 360, Range 5 :
Draper, Mary Lot 3 	
Plan 1064, Subd.iJTock 20 of Lot 360, Range 5 :
Johnson, Moses A Lot   1    '.	
Plan 1075, Subd. Block 35 of Lot 360, Range 5 :
Johnson, Abraham   Lot  2	
Plan 972, Subd. Part Lot 361, Range 5 :
Pearson, Byron L Lot 12, Block 1 	
Baker, Alf. H. & J. B. Agar  Lot 15, Block 3 	
Plan 972, Subd. Lot 369, Range 5 :
Smith,  William    Lots 6, 7, Block A	
Austin, Alvin  T Lot 3, Block 12 	
Plan 967, Subd. Lot 362, Range 5 :
Bell, L. S .Block  12  	
Bell, A. E Block  13 	
Fraser, Archibald R Block 17, North 7.67 acres 	
Allen, Thomas A Block 36 	
Continued on Page 4
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7.23
.66
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20.64
6.39
.54
12.75
19.68
28.94
2i67
12.75
44.36
4.94
63.53
.45
5.82
12.75
12.75
18.14
82.10
40.80
39.88
3.76
3.66
12.75
12.75
57.31
56.29
73.86
73.86
16.58
26.80
7.39
7.39
1.74
2.83
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
94.00
94.00
31.07
42.38 ALICE   AEM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD, Friday, August 28,  1931
Crosses Mountains From
Hastings Arm to Stewart
A prospecting trip, which started
at Hastings Arm and terminated at
Stewart, was successfully undertaken recently by Stewart W. Barclay of Anyox and Harold Vicker-
son Tensing of Hastings Arm. The
trip took a month and at times they
climbed to an elevation of over
5000 feet. On their arrival at
Stewart they journeyed to Anyox
by steamer, and Stewart Barclay
spent this week on a vacation with
his family at Silver City.
. »+«+»+*++*.+»■+.»++• »■»♦■«' ♦ ■«■♦«■ T
}      ANYOX NOTES      J
Henry Kent arrived by the Catala on Monday having spent an
enjoyable vacation in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sellars returned on Monday from a vacation
spent in Vancouver.
R. H. Sheridan, who has been
teaching English to foreigners during the summer, returned to Vancouver on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Mikeli travelled
south by the Catala on Monday on
a trip to Prince Rupert.
Dick Ballahtine left on Monday
for a vacation in southern cities.
Frank Carter was a southbound
FOR SALE
Ship anywhere. Sample Package. 10 lbs. Good Leaf Tobacco,
Mild or Strong, with Free Real
Briar Pipe, 82.50. 20 lbs. for
$4.00. Quesnel 2 lbs for $2.00.
Address G. Dubois, 18 Henderson,
Ottawa, Ont.
Anyox Community
League
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
p.m.
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
passenger on Monday's boat.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gigot returned home on Friday from a
visit to Tlell. During her holidays
Mrs. Gigot was called to Toronto
owing to the illness of her sister.
J. Ferguson arrived home on
Monday from a visit south.
M. Loftus arrived home from
tlie south on Monday.
H. Macdonald was a passenger
to Stewart on Monday.
C. P. Ashmore, superintendent
of the Granby Stores left on Friday
on a visit to Vancouver.
Geo. M. Lee, superintendent of
the smelter, was a passenger to
Vancouver on Friday's boat,
Mrs. A. H. Turvey, of Chilliwack,
President of the Rebecca Assembly,
arrived on Friday last to attend a
special meeting of the Rebecca
Lodge in Anyox. She left on the
"Catala" on Monday for Prince
l\upert.
Mr. W. Simpson and daughter
Helen returned on Friday from a
holiday spent at' Smithers and
Hazelton,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Cundill and
family returned on Friday from a
holiday spent at Tlell.
Miss Dorothy Vine arrived on
Friday from Vancouver, where she
had been on a holiday visit.
Joe McGilligan returned on Friday from a vacation spent in the
south.
Miss Nettie Thomson returned on
Friday from a vacation spent in
Vancouver.
Master James Assestline, of
Premier, is spending a holiday
.with Mr. and Mrs. R. Gale.
Constable Barclay returned to
Prince Rupert after spending
several days on relief duty at
Anyox.
Mrs. Bulan was a southbound
passenger on Friday.
W. Haider returned on Friday
from the south.
S-Mid your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert, B. C. We use the best materials in a modern plant. Careful
work and quick s?rvice.
SUMMER SAILINGS
From Stewart for Anyox, Massett Inlet,
Prince Rupert and Vancouver,
Tuesdays, a.m.
For Prince Rupert, Ocean Falls, Powell
River and Vancouver, Saturdays 9.00 a.m.
From Anyox for Stewart and ports South
Fridays 11.00 p.m.
Weekly service to Massett Inlet and
fortnightly service to South Queen Char
lotte Islands. Particulars on request.
TRI-CITY SERVICE
Daily from Vancouver at 1.45 p.m. and
1.00 a.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger trains leave Prince Rupert daily
(Sunday  excepted)  at   12.30  p.m.   for
Edmonton,  Winnipeg and points East.
V-124.
GflnflDifln nflnonflL
For information cnll or write
local agent or
H. McEWEN
District Freight and
Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C.
TAX   SALES—Continued
Continued from Page 3
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 15th day of September, 1981, at the lioiir of two o'clock in the
afternoon, at the Court House, Stewart, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out
for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, 1931, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, of the total amount due for the period ended December 31st, 192!), and interest
thereon, together with  costs of advertising said sale, he not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
Name of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
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Plan  973,  Subd.  Lot 336,  Cassiar :
Harris,  Leah    Und. % Interest in Lot 431, Cassiar	
Plan  951,  Subd.  Lot  443,  Cassiar:
Cullen, Joseph  P Lot 15, Block 30 	
Plan 818, Subd. Lot 466, Cassiar:
Leemlng,   Thos.   II Lot    7, Block 3	
Moneghello,  John    Lot  11, Block 5 	
ditto  Lots 13, 14, Block 8 	
Perry Finch, Louis A. Finch, and Thos.
Rickey    Lot 12, Block 10 	
Montgomery, W. II Lot 1, Block 14 (Plan 1191) 	
Clark, Estate of VV. P Lot 4, Block 21  (Plan 818A) 	
Jancowski, Letilia E Lot 4 & EM, Lot 3, Block 22, Plan 818A
Plan 905, Subd. Lot 468, Cassiar:
Austin,  Philip   Lot II, Block  2
Clark, VV.  H Lot 12, Block 2 	
Stratford, Hugo C Lot 20, Block 4 	
Fox, Estate of  C Lot 7, Block II 	
Bealey, H. J. & Emma LaC Lot 4, Block  7 	
Raine, John  Arthur  Lot 8, Block 8 	
Johnson, J. B Lot 3, Block   12  	
Plan  958,  Subd.  Lot  469,  Cassiar:
Stratford, Estella   Lot    1, Block 25 	
Austin,   P Lot    9, Block 25 	
Barsalou, Crysnnthe F Lot 22, Block 26 	
Anderson,   Wm.   II.,   Lenora,   Jas.  B.,
Carl M„ Clyde P., and Jessie TruemauLots  7,  8,  Block 27  	
Leemlng, J., *& J. A. McTavish  Lots 2, 10, Block 31 	
Fox, Estate of C. C Lots 11, 12, Block 34 	
Stewart   Land   Company Lot 10, Block 39 	
Plan 1087, Subd. Lots 468 and
Jancowski, Richard F. B Lot    3, Block  15  	
Jancowski, Letitia E Lot.    4,  Block  15 	
Jack, P.  S Lot 10, Block 15 	
Ryan,   Kate    Lot    2,  Block 16 	
Cassiar :
Plan 1251, Subd. Lot 4044, Cassiar:
Kennedy, R. W Lot 23,  Block  6 	
Erickson,  Gus   Lot 26, Block 6 	
Portland  Canal Maritime Co.,  Ltd Lot  27, Block 6 	
Bell,   Helen    Lot 44, Block 6 	
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2.57
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3.04
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11.00
4.30
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3.30
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3.88
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14.61
56.04
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10.49
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1.02
1.02
19.52
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
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12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
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12.75
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20.63
17.20
21.21
56.18
27.31
28.83
17.08
17.62
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15.67
17.21
15.38
16.33
17.21
19.72
17.55
17.21
16.49
32.77
17.07
16.36
14.88
29.13
75.66
149.41
74.72
23.08
24.26
24.26
239.13
A. J. LANCASTER,
Provincial  Collector.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C., this 29th day of July, 1931.
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Dry Goods Department
We have a new selection of Chinese embroidered linens for your inspection.
Grass linen cloth embroidered in blue with an elaborate pattern.   Size 40 x 40.
Price $2.00.   Size 54 x 54.    Price $3.40.        Twelve Serviettes, grass linen embroidered, 25c. each.
Oyster linen luncheon set embroidered-Cloth 54 x 54, 6 serviettes to match, $6.75.
Cloth 45 x 45, serviettes to match, $4.00.
Pillow slips trimmed with cut work        - $2.00 pair.
DRUG DEPARTMENT
FLASH HAND CLEANER
Flash leaves the hands beautiful, soft and clean. For removing grime, grease and
unsightly fruit and cigarette stains. Try this easy method —Shake a little Flash into
the palm and make a paste by adding a little water; now use as soap in the ordinary
way.   Your money will be refunded if Flash does not satisfy you.   35c. shaker
package.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
Gillette Itazors 50c. to $5.00
Autostrop Razors 50c. to $5.00
Gillette Blades 50c. to $2.00
Velvet Edge Blades 35o.
Pal Blades 25c.
Autostrop Blades     50c.
Autostrop Strops 50c. and $1.00
Autostrop Dressing 25c.
Eveready Blades 50o.
Durham Duplex Blades 65c.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
WORK GLOVES
Men's work gloves in gauntlet, short gloves, aud mitts.   Made from good quality all-
horsehide, well stitched throughout.    Sizes 9j to 11.    Regular price $1.00 and $1.25.
TO CLEAR AT   65 CENTS1
GRANBY   STORES
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