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 A little paper
with all the
news arid a big
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
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VOL. 12,   NO. 15
Alice Arm, B. O, Saturday, September 10, 1932
5 cents each.
Labor Day  Exhibition
At Alice Arm Was
Big Success
The second annual exhibition of
the Alice Arm and Anyox district
was held on Monday at Alice Arm.
It was very successful except that
the entries in vegetables and home
cooking were not as numerous as
last year. The display of flowers,
however, exceeded- that of 1931.
These massed on one side of the
building presented a blaze of color
and every local grown flower from
the gorgeous gladioli to the modest
pansy was on display. In the Gladioli, Dahalia and Sweet Pea classes
competition was very strong.
There was a nice display of vegetables and considering the extremely wet and cold summer, the quality
was surprising.
Various fruits were also exhibited
and several ladies displayed exhibits
of home-cooking.
The number of vegetables and
home-cooking exhibits, however,
were not as numerous as last year
and if the exhibition is to be held
each year in the future, it will be
necessary for everyone owning a
garden to exhibit as much as possible.
A number of Anyox visitors came
over for the exhibition. They were
not as numerous as was anticipated,
but the unsettled weather no doubt
made many a little cautious about
venturing too far from home.
The judging of the vegetables,
! fruits and flowers was done by Mr.
W. M. Stephen of Alice Arm. The
judging of the home-cooking was
done by Mrs. C. W. Ruckhaber and
Miss P. Brisbane of Anyox. General satisfaction was expressed
regarding the awarding of prizes.
The judging of the general collection
of vegetables in which Mr. Stephen
was competing was done by the
other members of the Exhibit Committee. This committee wish to
thank Mrs. Ruckhaber and Miss
Brisbane for the donation of $1.00
towards the prizes for home-cooking, and also to everyone who assisted toward the exhibition's
success, and especially Mr. G. W.
Bruggy for the use of his building.
Following is the list of prize
General Collection of Vegetables,
1 W. M. Stephen, 2 M. Smith.
Early Potatoes,  1 Martin  Krall,
12 J. Calfa, 3T. W. Falconer.
Late Potatoes, 1 J.  Calfa, 2 J.
| Calfa, 3 J. Graham.
Swede Turnips, 1 Mrs. J. Trin-
[der, 2 J. Calfa, 3 T. W. Falconer.
Mangel Turnips, 1 Miles Donald.
Sugar Beets, 1 Miles Donald.
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Mr, and Mrs. N. R. Redman left
on Monday for a holiday visit to
Hazelton and district.
Mrs, J. Wynne and son Dick left
on Monday for Vancouver. Dick
will attend St George's school at
Point Grey.
Robert Smith left on Monday for
a visit to his family at Steveston.
Mr. "Bud" Bass, formerly a teacher at Anyox, was a passenger on
the Catala on Monday en route to
Premier, where he will take charge
of the school. He found time while
the boat was docked to visit some
of his old friends.
Mrs. Dodsworth, with her two
boys Harold and John, returned on
Monday from a holiday visit to
Miss Helen Youngs and Miss B.
Elderkin arrived on Monday
Mrs. L, Higgins and daughter
returned on Monday from a holiday
visit to the south.
Mrs. W. Patterson and child arrived on Monday from Vancouver.
Master Hugh Stewart returned
on Monday from a holiday spent in
Miss Myrtle Owen returned on
Monday from a visit to the south.
J. Hutchinson returned Monday
from a holiday visit to Vancouver,
Seattle and Portland,
J.'E. Taylor returned on Monday
from a visit to the south.
Miss B. Sutton and Miss J. Bach
arrived on Monday from Prince
A. G.' Card returned on Monday
from a visit to Prince Rupert.
Mrs. D. Frew left by Monday's
boat for Vancouver.
W. A. Cloke left by Wednesday's
boat for Vancouver.
Mrs. G. Bailey and Mrs. C. Cameron returned on Wednesday from
a visit to Prince Rupert.
i Harry Kangas returned on Wednesday from Vancouver, where he
participated in the sports held on
Labor Day.
Miss B. Flye was a passenger by
Wednesday's boat to Prince Rupert.
S. H. Bartmann left on Wednesday for a holiday visit to Kitchener,
S. Armstrong left on Wednesday
for a holiday visit to Prince Rupert.
Harry Worsfold left on Wednes.
day for Prince Rupert, where he
will resume his studies.
Labor Day Dance Was
Very Enjoyable
The dance held at T. W. Falconer's hall on Labor Day, following
the Exhibition, was a big success.
A large number attended and dancing was carried on until about 1.30
Music was supplied by Alice Arm
musicians, consisting of W. M.
Stephen, T. W. Falconer, and J.
Fiva, assisted by P. Powell of Anyox. The splendid music proved
irresistible to those present and
from the opening dance until the
final strains of the Home Waltz
ceased their echo, the spacious floor
was a colorful scene as the animated
fox trots and sedate waltzes, one
steps and schottische followed in
quick succession.
Coffee, doughnuts and coonies at
midnight revived flagging energies,
and were much enjoyed.
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I. 0. D. E. Hold Their
Monthly Meeting
The first monthly meeting of the
Collison of Kincolith Chapter I. O
D. E. was held i:i the Legion Club
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Room on Tuesday, September 6th.
at 2.30 p.m.     Mrs. D. R. Learoyd
The committee in charge of the
sale of roses on Rose Day reported
that receipts were $54.71.
It was decided to donate sums of
money to the Solarium and also
needy persons in the Peace River
A vote of thanks was passed to
all the ladies who so kindly contributed towards refreshments for the
dance given in honor of the visit of
H. M. S. Delhi!
The Sun Life Cup for the month
of August was won by Miss Frances
The competition for the Ladies'
Open Championship, which carries
the handsome trophy presented by
Mrs. Charles Bocking, is now being
played. Sixteen ladies are competing; keen interest is being taken in
the event. *
Launch Kavema Away On
Deep Sea Trip
Carrying Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Eve and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Fricker, tlie new double-cabin bridge-
deck oruiser, the "Kavema,''owned
by W. F. Eve, started out at 5 a.m.
on' Saturday last for a deep sea
cruise. Stewart is the first objective, after which Port Simpson and
Prince Rupert will be visited, and
a leisurely holiday oruise taken for
about two weeks.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert.' Low prices for good work.
All orders returned following mail.
The manufacture of air oraft in
Canada in 1929 was valued at $1,-
040,845 and in 1930 it increased to
Advertise in the Herald
|    Mrs. J. Calfa left on Wednesday
for a visit to Prince Rupert.
Mrs. T. W. Falconer and daughter Juanita, who have spent summer
holidays with Mr. Falconer, left on
Monday for Vancouver.
Miss Lillian Moss left on Monday
for Prince Rupert, where she will
resume her High School studies.
Mrs. E. F. Keobke and child arrived on Monday from Whitehorse,
and will spend a month's vacation
with her mother, Mrs. H. Nucich.
P. Powell arrived from Anyox on
Monday and returned on Wednesday
after spending a holiday at the Alice
Arm Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. C, Eckloff of Anyox
spent a few day's holiday in town
this week, arriving on Saturday
and leaving pn Wednesday.
Miss G. McKenzie of Anyox arrived in town on Saturday and left
on Wednesday spending the holiday
at the Alice Arm Hotel.
Maxwell Patrick, who spent a
week's holiday at the Alice Arm
Hotel, left on Wednesday for his
home at Anyox. •
A used Ford runabout car arrived
in. town on Monday on the Steamship Catala from Anyox. It is qwn
ed by Ted Kergin. Shortly after it
had been landed Ted got it going
and during the day it speeded round
our city streets.
Prosperity  Returns   To
Alice Arm
On Labor Day of '32,
At Alice Arm where cars are few,
There opened up to glorious view
A handsome bright new car.
Proudly the owner took his seat
Behind the polished wheel so neat,
And silently sped down the street
Iu that new model car.
Agape the natives watched it pass,
Admired its gleaming paint and
The   polished   steel  and   shining
Of the very latest oar.
The crowds within the flower show
Rushed to the street to see it go;
They oared no more for things that
When once they saw that ear.
It dashed around the town all day,
O'er stumps and stones it found a
It's owner smiling bright and gay,
That lordly, stately car.
'Tis great to drive that wondrous
To know each lever, button, spring;
Joy and contentment it will bring
To those who own that car.
So raise your songs of thankful
Our town with beauty is ablaze,
Gone are depression's gloomy days,
We've got the latest car.
P. Powell
H. M. S. Delhi Has Had
Very Adventurous
Laid down in 1917, and commissioned in 1918, H. M. S. Delhi has
undertaken a number of commissions, even in peace time. She is
the Flagship of the America and
West Indies Station, Rear-Admiral
R. P. E. E. Drax, C. B„ D. S. O.,
being the Commander-in-Chief.
She is 496 feet in length, aud has a
beam of 44 feet and carries 437
officers and men.
In 1923-24 she made a complete
world cruise, in company with the
battle oruiser and light cruiser
squadrons. During this cruise she
broke all speed record's for any kind
of vessel by travelling from Malta
to China in fourteen days. Her
average speed was 26 knots.
She proceeded to Bias Bay to
to take part in the attack on the
stronghold of Chinese pirates there.
Their modus operandi was to dress
up as passengers, board ships on
that pretence, seize the vessels by
force, run them into Bias1 Bay, take
everything they wanted and then
turn the vessels loose.
During a commission in 1927-28
this ship took King Fuad, of Palestine, together with his wives and
retinue, as an exile to Constantinople- In 1930 she travelled farther
up the Amazon River than any
ship which carried the British Flag
had gone.
On her present cruise she started
from Bermuda and travelled up the
coast of California and British
Columbia, Anyox being the farthest point north. From this port
she returned to Esquimalt, and
thence back to Bermuda.
Anyox Concert Orchestra To
Start Rehearsals
The first rehearsal for the coming
season of the Anyox Concert Orchestra will be held on Sunday evening
the 11th., in the Recreation Hall,
it 8 o'clock. All members are requested to be present and anyone
wishing to join the orchestra is
heartily invited to attend this rehearsal.
Supplemental Examinations
Held At Anyox
Supplemental examinations were
taken last week at Anyox for Junior and Senior Matriculation. Rev.
Evan Baker being the supervisor.
Those writing the exams were Lillian and Mildred Dresser, Dora
Grigg, Pat Loudon, and Gordon
Subscribe to the Herald ALICE   AEM   AND! ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, September 10,  1932
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notiees for Crown Grants - - $15,00
Land Notices .... $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
The more one reads the report
of the Kidd Committee the plainer
it appears that they made a mess
ol it.   Cut, slash, abolish and re
duce is the keynote of the report,
but it is too one-sided to receive
the general support of the people
of British Columbia.   They would
take too many of the privileges and
liberties of the poorer class away,
but none of the rich man's privi-
eges.   They recommend that all
school   children   when   attaining
their fourteenth   birthday   should
pay half their schooling cost, and
at 16 years of age the full cost,
which the government estimates at
$120.00 per year.   The government has rightly decided to turn
this recommendation flatly down.
Another of their brilliant ideas is
to  repeal the   Minimum   Wage
Laws.   A repeal of these laws
would be a return to the   pre-
Victorian period when   sweated
child labor under the worst of sanitary conditions was used to swell
the employers' profits.   An expla
nation from the Kidd Committee
as to how the repeal of the  Minimum Wage Laws would help the
government balance   the   budget
would be welcomed by the people
of the province.   The Committee
would reduce the wages and salaries of all government employees,
whether reductions were justified
or not.   They would close the
B. C. University, thus depriving
brilliant scholars of the poor and
middle classes the benefits of a
university education. The wealthy
being able to send their children to
outside universities.
The Kidd Committee did not
recommend that the big incomes
should be more heavily taxed in
order to increase the government's
revenue. They didn't recommend
that the high interest rate paid on
borrowed money—some of which
is 6 and 7 per cent.—should be
reduced, as was done in Britain
when the interest rate was cut
from 5 to 3 1-2 per cent, and
which enabled the government to
save millions of dollars. Further
reductions in Britain and other
countries are also being considered.
If the Kidd Committee had
been sincere in their efforts to reduce expenditure and balance the
budget, they would have recommended the above measures. They
studied only their own class.
Many of their recommendations
would be an added burden to the
poorer classes and the rich man
would escape unscathed. The
Kidd Commission had a splendid
opportunity to win the support of
the masses, but they failed lamentably.
Vancouver, B. O, Sept 3rd—After completing forty-two years of
service, during which time he has
witnessed tremendous strides in the
development of the use of the telegraph, George Stead, Superintcn
dent   of   the   British   Columbia
Division, Canadian National Tele
graphs, retires from service with the
company at the end of this mouth
He has made no future plans, ex'
oept that "I will now be able to
enjoy a holiday."
Mr. Stead is well known in business and commercial circles all
through the west and especially in
British Columbia. He arrived in
Vancouver in May 1927 to open the
superintendent's office and has remained here since that time. He
has had charge of the company's
telegraph business not only on the
mainland, but also on Vancouver
It is understood that with the
retirement of Mr. Stead the Alberta
and British Columbia districts
will be merged under the jurisdiction of W. J. Rooney, superintend
ent at Edmonton.
Canadian Crops Are Good
This Year
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Harvesting will he general in
British Columbia early in September, says the weekly crop report of
the Bank of Montreal. Grain crops
are satisfactory, a 100% yield is
estimated. Roots and vegetables
have been greatly benefited by
recent rains and promise better
than average yields. A pples are in
good condition, a 100% crop is indicated. Other fruits are of good
quality. A 75% yield of hops is
anticipated from a reduced acreage,
picking will start about September
1st. Pasturage is ample and in
good condition.
We carry in stock at all times a Complete Line
of Men's Shoes
Men's Dress Shoes in black and tan, all sizes, from
$4.00 to $7.00 per pair
Outside Work Shoes, in black and tan, from $3.50 to
$4.50 per pair.
Strong Mining Shoes, with 10 inch top $9.75; with
9 lA inch top $6.75.
General Merchants, Anyox ■ West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL  10  P.M.
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Granby Company Examined
Alaskan Property
Ned E. Nelson, geologist for the
Granby Consolidated Mining Company, was in  Ketchikan recently,
and   according   to   reports   from
that   city    made    an    intensive
investigation of the mineral possibilities of that section. After a
visit to Thorns Arm, Nelson chartered the cruiser Betty S. from the
owner, Jim Pitcher, aud proceeded
to Dall Island to look at property
owned by H. R. Gould.
More Exports To Britain
Than U. S. A.
Canadian domestic exports to
the United Kingdom in July,
amounting in value to $16,047,000,
exceeded the exports to the United
States by $3,525,000. Ever since
November 1928, with the exception
of November 1931, the exports to
the United States each month have
exceeded those to Great Britian.
When a recipe calls
for MILK
Whenever a recipe calls for
milk it is a safe rule always to
use Borden's St. Charles Evaporated Milk. St. Charles is
economical, simple to use
ond definitely imparts
an improved flavor
to your cooking.
We carry at all times a Pull Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes  and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to ohoose from
Alice Arm
Only mi Ik
that has been
subjected to the
highest tests for purity
and richness is good enough
(or acceptance in the St. Charles
plants. Packed under the most sanitary conditions, St. Charles Milk
represents the best evaporated
milk you can buy—see that you
ask for it by name. trr/coi
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach 01 Mine Counters, or with the Secretary.
|~ OW rail and steamer
*^ fares now bring a trip
home within the means
of all. Liberal stopovers.
Canadian National
representatives will attend to all the details.
Particulars  on   request.
B!>ok NOW!
For Information call or write; Local
Agent, or II. McEwen, D. F. and
P. A., Prince Rupert, B. C.
Advertise in the Herald
You are invited to apply to the Department
of Mines, Victoria, B. C. (or the latest authoritative  information  regarding   mining
development in British Columbia
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
Membership in the League cairies many other privileges.   Anyone may join.   The dues are only 50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
British Columbia
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,272,731,028
i ALIOE ABM  AND ANYOX  HERALD, Saturday, September 10, 1932
Welcomed to Scotland
Six hundred Canadians who call Glasgow home, were greeted on their arrival in the Clyde city by
Sir Thomas Kelly, LL.D., Lord Provost, and the magistrates of the city, when they arrived recently
In the Canadian Pacific liner "Duchess of Bedford" for a re-union.
Gathered together from all parts of Canada, and transported by special train to Montreal, the Glaswegians are making a two-months stay, during which they are- being entertained by the City of Glasgow, Its manufacturers, and their friends. Proceedings opened Tuesday, July 26th, when the Lord Provost, magistrates and councillors held a reception in the Art Galleries at Kelvingrove.
The party, which left Montreal in the Duchess of Bedford, July 6, returns from Glasgow Saturday,
August 20, in the same 20,000-ton liner.
The Lure of the Maritimes
HP he Maritimes hold a proud and
well-merited  place  in tourist
popularity  as ■ well  as  being  a
favorite   territory   fee   holiday-
makers from all parts of eastern
Canada and United States. Their
many sea-side resorts; quaint aud
beautiful little villages and snug
towns dotted along the Bay of
Fundy have a special attraction
for those who wish to combine
comfort with scenic beauty: golf
and a wide variety of othei sports
with fishing and sailing; and the
whole with modern and direct
St. Andrews-by-the-sea with its
well known and excellent Algonquin Hotel. There, as at its' more
famous namesake in Scotland, is
to be found one of the outstanding
18-hole golf courses in Eastern
Canada where many a hard-fought
championship has been decided.
Again, take Digby on the Bay
of Fundy. Set in some of the
most beautiful, old-world scenery
in Canada, the Pines, recently
opened hostelry, offers a s/ridn
range of entertainment including
tennis, golf, sailing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, motoring,
swimming either in the sea or in
the salt water pool with plate
glass windscreens and promenade
for spectators nestling under the
veranda of the hotel. Good mot
oring roads give access to scores
of quaint little villages, some ot
them, in the Evangeline country,
scenes of historic incident and
tragedy. Here too, the mode* if
autoist will often meet the old-
world ox wain taking its leisurely
way down the country road. Layout shows hand-spring dive into
the Pines Hotel pool; Evangeiin*
country showing church an4
statue at Grand Pre; and sectio*
of cBume at St. Andrews.
Herald Ads. Will Bring You Business
The Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Announce a Drastic Cut in
Prices of all Residential and
Business Lots at Alice Arm
Prices have been Slashed from $1000.00
to $200.00, and to as low as $25.00,
or at least a 75 per cent, reduction on all lots
Now is the time to secure a good Business
Lot or a Residential Site for a Summer
Prices of Individual Lots, terms and all other particulars may be obtained from E. Moss, Sole Agent,
P. O. Box 8, Alice Arm, B. C.
During these tight times by failing to
take advantage of the advertising
columns of the Herald
If you have anything to sell, whether it is a piano,
a radio, phonograph, an admission ticket to a dance,
concert or card party, Life or Fire Insurance, something to eat, wear or smoke, an auto ride, or whatever you have to sell: then
Advertise it in the Herald
and Increase Your Sales
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
We will gladly write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
-A ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, September 10,  1932
Labor Day  Exhibition
At Alice Arm Was
Huge Success
Cotitinued from page 1
Parsnips, 1 J. Calfa, 2 B. Turbitt
3 ]. Graham.
Beets, 1 J. Calfa, 2 M. Krall, 3
E. Moss,
Carrots, 1 J. Calfa, 2 T. W. Falconer, 3 Miles Donald.
Cabbage, 1 Mrs. H. Nucich, 2 J.
Calfa, 3 M. Krall.
Peas, 1 E. Moss, 2 J. Calfa, 3
Mrs. J. Trinder,
Broad Beans, 1 J. Calfa, 2 Mrs.
J. Trinder.
Scarlet Runners, 1 J. Calfa.
Winter Squash, 1 T. W, Falconer,
Garlic, 1 Mrs. H. Nucich, 2 J.
Calfa, 3 M. Krall.
Lettuce, 1 T. W. Falconer, 2 M.
Radish, 1 T. W. Falconer.
Tomatoes, 1 J. Calfa.
Parsley, 1 M. Krall, 2 J. Calfa, 3
J. Graham. '
Apples, 1 and 2 Mrs. H. F. Kergin.
Raspberries, 1 Mrs. J, Trinder.
Blackcaps, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa.
Blackberries, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa, 2
Mrs. H. F. Kergin.
Strawberries, 1 A. D. Yorke.
Plums, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa.
Rhubarb, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa.
General Collection of Cut Flowers, 1 W. B. Bower, 2 Mrs. H. F.
Kergin, 3 Mrs. E. Moss.
Gladiolas, 1 T. W. Falconer, 2
Mrs. G. Anderson, 3 T. W. Falconer.
Dahalias,  1 Mrs.  G.  Anderson,
2 T. W. Falconer, 3 Mrs. J. Calfa.
Cactus Dahalias,  1 Mrs. G.  Anderson.
Pom Pom Dahalias, 1 Mrs. G.
Anderson, 2 W. B. Bower.
Sweet Peas, 1 W. B. Bower, 2
Mrs. J. Wheatley, 3 W. B. Bower.
Marigolds, 1 and 2 W. B. Bower,
3 T. W. Falconer.
Stocks, 1 and 2, A. D. Yorke.
Roses, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa, 2 Mrs. E.
Asters, 1 W. B. Bower.
Mr.  and  Mrs.   J.   Shields
Return From Family
Mr. and Mrs. J, Shields, who left
Anyox the early part of the summer
to attend a family re-union at Cobalt, Ontario, returned home on
Wednesday of last week. The oe-
oasion was the celebration of the
golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Shields, who travelled from Ayrshire. Scotland, to be with their
sons and daughters in Canada for
this event. A real family re-union
Mr. and Mrs. Shields had the
misfortune to figure in au automobile accident while in Ontario.
They were driving with Mr. and
Mrs. E. M. Houghton, of Cobalt,
when a car driven by Mr. Lief In-
golfsrud, of Sudbury, crashed into
them. Mrs. Shields sustained a
nasty cut on the forehead, and severe shock, and Mr, Shields had
two ribs craoked. They have now
fully recovered from their injuries.
"One Hour With You"
Everlasting Flowers, 1 A. D.
Mallows, 1 Mrs. J, Trinder.
Pansies, 1 Mrs. J. Trinder, 2
Mrs. J. Calfa.
Sunflowers, 1 M. Smith.
General Collection of Wild Flowers by school children, 1 Marguerite
Moss, 2 Hilda Moss.
Hanging Basket, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa
Potted Plants, 1, 2 and 3 Mrs. J.
Bread, 1 Mrs. B. Turbitt, 2 and
3 Mrs. E. Moss.
Cookies, 1 Mrs. J. Trinder, 2
Mrs. H. F. Kergin.
Mixed Pickles, 1 Mrs. J. Calfa,
2 Mrs. J. Trinder, 3 Mrs. J. Calfa.
Jam, 1 Mrs. J. Trinder, 2 Mrs.
J. Wier, 3 Mrs. E. Moss.
Jelly, 1 and 2 Mrs. J. Wier, 3
Mrs. H. F. Kergin.
Canned Fruits, 1 Mrs. J. Wier,
2 Mrs. E. Moss. 3 Mrs. H. P. Kergin.
Canned Vegetables, 1, 2 and 3,
Mrs. J. Trinder.
Canned Meats, 1 Mrs. H. F.
Kergin, 2 Mrs. W. M. Stephen.
Home-made Soap, 1 Mrs. H. F.
Maurice Chevalier and Jeanette
Also Roland Young, Charlie Ruggles, and Genevieve Tobin. This
Paramount Picture is so famous
that it is hard to describe. It is
one of the most refreshing pictures
ever made, and the deft touch of
Ernst Lubitsch is evident from beginning to end. The music is particularly tuneful. "We'll always
be Sweethearts" and "One hour
with You" are beautiful. There is
also "What would You Do?" and
"Oh, you Mitzi". Jeanette MacDonald appears as an accomplished
actress, and Maurice Chevalier turns
in one of his bes-t performances.
It is gay, sparkling, and smart
throughout—Don't miss this picture
TUESDAY,  SEPT.  13th.
Norma Shearer, Robert Montgomery, Reginald Denny, Jean Hersholt
Una Merkel.
Divorced in haste, they repented
at leisure. They did not discover
until they were divorced, how much
they loved each other, Was it too
late?. Let Noel Coward, the gay
and naughty playwright, take you
behind the scenes of marriage and
divorce in this great picture hit.
The two stellar names heading this
hilarious farce are perhaps the
screen's most popular young players.
After "Strangers May Kiss", in
which Montgomery teamed with
Norma Shearer, he was elevated to
stardom. They wed, divorce, re-
wed to different mates, occupy adjoining suites on the bridal night—
but see the picture Tuesday.
Mr. A. E. (Jeff) McDonald is now
in ■receipt of details regarding the
death of his son Billy, who passed
away suddenly at the Royal Jubilee
Tax Sale
Of Lands
The annual Tax Sale of Lands for delinquent taxes will be held at my
office, Prince Rupert on Wednesday the 5th. October, at 10 a.m.; at the
Police Office Terrace, on Friday the 7th. October at 3 p.m.; at the Court
House Stewart, on Tuesday the 11th. October at 2 p.m.
All lands upon which land taxes and school rates are delinquent for the
year 1930 will be exposed for sale.
Particulars of properties to be offered at Tax Sale can be obtained
from the Provincial Collector at the above address.
The Tax Sale list will be published in the British Columbia Gazette
before the date of sale.
Provincial Collector.
Hospital, Victoria, on August 15th.
William McDonald, who was
fourteen years of age, had been on
a visit to Copper Mountain, and left
there in the very best of health.
Infection of the cheek, resulting
from a cold, was the cause of his
death, which came while he was
under ether, after three successful
operations. Mr. McDonald's family reside at Empress Avenue, Victoria.
Effective August 31st
From   Anyox   I'or   Stewart,
Prince Rupert, Ocean Fnlls,
Powell River nnil Vancouver,
Wcdncsdnya, Midnight.
Fortnightly service lo Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Particulars on request.
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10.30
a.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East.
Passports arrangedfor
Old Country sailings.
For Inforsmation call or write
local agent, or
H. McEWEN, D.F. & P.A.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hull for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
The Beach Council meett on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
tnjnth, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
i : J
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS.   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Pap
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
Boys' Short Pants in blue cheviots and whipcords, in sizes
22, 24 and 25, 95c.
Pullover Sweaters    -
Boys' All Wool turn-over top Golf Hose.   Excellent quality,
65c. and 75c.
$1.85, $1.95, $2.75 and $2.90.
fool turn-over top (
65c. ai
Boys'Caps   .....   75c, 95c, $1.00
Boys' Balbriggan Underwear, mi
Sizes, !
Boys' B. V. D's made by Tooke
Boys' Balbriggan Underwear, made in combinations. Assorted
Sizes, 55c.
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Men's Hip	
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These are the best quality Rubber Boots, made by
the Gutta Percha and Rubber Co.
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