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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
$2.50 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to
all other points.
VOL. 10,   NO.   10
Alice Arm, B. C, Friday, September 5, 1930
5 cents each.
Crosscut Encounters Ore
At The Tidewater
Molybdenum
The crosscut tunnel that is being
driven at the Tidewater Molybdenum property has encountered
six feet of good ore. This is some
of the most encouraging news that
has been received from the property since the Dalhousie Company
' commenced development work last
spring. The orosscut is being
driven from the new tunnel commenced this year in which high
grade molybdenum ore was also
encountered. Samples of the recent discovery in the crossout
were brought to town a short time
ago. They are among the best
specimens ever taken from the
property and are on display at
G. W. Bruggy's store.
The crosscut tunnel was commenced at a point almost vertically
beneath the old workings, iu which
several fine showings of ore were
developed. The new discovery
shows that these ore veins persist
at depth and a pleasing feature is
that the ore is much richer in the
tunnel than on the surface- The
crosscut will be continued until all
the Veins have been encountered at
depth.
The success attained at the Tide
water Molybdenum by the Dalhousie Co. is one of the outstanding
successes in mining development
this year. It is the only molybdenum property being operated iu
Canada. It has the earmarks of
being developed into a producer of
considerable importance, at au
early date.
During a conversation reoently
with one of the directors of the
company, the Herald was informed
that an European market for the
whole metal output was assured
as soon as the property is plaoed on
a producing basis.
At the present time the Climax
mine of Colorado, U. S. A. produces 90 per oent. of the world's
molybdenum- The United States
therefore controls the market.
This is not pleasing to the European buyers, and they are looking
for new sources of supply.
During the late war Europe was
dependent upon America for their
oopper supplies. It was not satisfactory, and since that time they
have developed vast copper deposits in Africa. They are doing
the same with other metals, when
possible, including molybdenum.
Several mining engineers have
examined the Tidewater Molybdenum during the past two years,
and all have spoken very highly of
its possibilities. Mr. Eardley Wilmont of the Department of Mines,
Over 600 Attend First
Talkie Picture
Show
The first talkie picture show
h?ld at Anyox Beach Theatre on
Saturday drew a crowd of over
600 persons. Everyone enjoyed
the evening's entertainment and
were loud iu their praise of the
efforts of the Community League
in giving the town the best shows
available. The picture show
promises to be a popular form of
entertainment this coming winter.
The title of the show on Saturday was "The Ploradora Girl," a
musical comedy with lots of pep.
Saturday's performance was in the
nature of a tryout and several
changes will be made so that the
sound effects will be perfect.
No effort will be spared to make
the sound effects equal to any
theatre in Canada, and patrons of
the pictures can rest assured of
many evening's splendid entertainment during the future.
The very best of pictures by the
leading producers will be shown
and the CommunityLeaguefeel that
the money already spent and to be
spent is a good investment and
will be appreciated by everyone.
Rio Rita will be shown tonight.
Further information of which is
published in our news columns this
week.
Moose Lodge Hold Very
Successful Dance
On Monday evening, Sept 1st.
the Anyox Lodge No. 1412 Loyal
Order of Moose, held their Annual
Dance in the Gymnasium, as usual
it was a complete success.
A large number of people attended, and all enjoyed a splendid
evening- The music which was
supplied by Joe Peel!s Orchestra,
was also very good, and added
much to the general success of the
evening.
The Serbian String Orchestra
supplied the musical numbers for
the dinner dances, and received
many well earned commendations
from the dancers.
Much of the success of the evening was due to the efforts of Mr.
Ed. Johnson, Mr. J- Deeming, aud
their assisting committees, who are
to. be congratulated for a very
successful evening.
CARD  OF THANKS
Mrs. B. Shelton wishes to thank
all those who so kindly rendered
assistance, also for the kind expressions of sympathy and floral
tributes during her recent sad
bereavement.
Ottawa, made an examination this
year, in addition to one last year.
He was very muoh impressed and
agreeably surprised with the success attained sinoe the Dalhousie
Co. commenced operations.
Clearing Right-of-Way
On New Road
The new truck road, which will
eventually be extended to the Naas
Valley and through to "Hazelton
has now been constructed the entire distance of the Kitsault Flats.
A small crew of men are now
clearing right-of-way "on the Naas
Valley slope. The location of the
road through to the Naas Valley
has been cruised, and will pass the
Bowman lakes. The route cruised
this year, however, may be slightly
changed when it is surveyed by
engineers later on.
The length of the road from
Alice Arm to the Naas Valley will
be  approximately   thirty   miles.
The heaviest grading work will
be experienced from the mouth of
the Illiance river to the summit.
On the Naas slope it will be easier,
and when traversing the Naas and
Cranberry river valleys, it will
be a matter of clearing right-of-
way and surfacing.
Anyox Post Office Mail and
Office Hours
Until further notice the following mail schedule will be in force.
Mail arrives: Mondays 8 a.m.,
Wednesdays 11 p.m.
Mail closes: Mondays 9.45 a.m.,
Wednesdays 8 p.m.
Oflice hours: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays, 8.30 a.m. until 1 p.m.,
2.00 p. m. until 6.00 p.m.
Saturdays, 8.30 a.m. until 12
noon.
Pay Days, 8.30 a.m. until 1 p.m.,
2.00 p.m. until 8.00 p.m.
Note: The weekly half-holiday
is changed from Wednesdays to
Saturdays.
W. F. Eve
Postmaster.
Anyox Scouts Return From
Summer Camp
The Anyox troop of Boy Scouts
returned on Friday from their
summer camp at Terrace. Scoutmaster R. Gale was in oharge of
the camp. They all report an
exceptionally good time in British
Columbia's northern interior.
Parliament Will Open   On
Monday
Parliament will opeii on September 8, it was announced by Sir
George Perley, acting Prime Minister. It will be a special session,
calling primarily for the purpose
of formulating plans for unemploy
ment relief.
D. A. Ferguson, J. Cloke, A,
MaoDonald, F. Sterling, A. Flag-
ney, Mr. Sullivan arrived from the
south on Wednesday.
Miss M. B. Henderson arrived
on Wednesday to take up a position at the Granby Bay High
School.
Anyox Boat Watchman
Disappears
Believed To Be Drowned
Mystery surrounds the disappearance of Mr. D. M. MacKenzie, who was watchman of the
Steamship and Coastwise Company's scow "Pioneer."
Mr. MacKenzie has been an
employee of the Coastwise Steamship and Barge Company for a
number of years, and was well
known in Anyox, and is thought
to be a nephew of Capt. Ian Mao
Kenzieof Vancouver. He was a
man about 30 years of age, and of
good character and habits.    •
Mr. MacKenzie was last   seen
about 11.30 on Thursday evening
and it is thought that he may have
slipped from the wharf or from the
scow during the night sometime.
However,    dragging    operations
which have been oarried on for the
last two or three days have failed
to disclose the body.
Change In C. N. Boat
Schedule
The fall schedule of the Canadian National Steamships commenced this week. The steamship Prinoe
Charles which arrived at Anyox
on Tuesday evening will discontin-
ue this service after this week.
Commencing this week tho
Prince George will arrive at
Anyox each Wednesday evening at
11 p. m. and leave at 12 midnight
for Prince Rupert and Vancouver,
via Stewart. The Prince George
leaves Vancouver on her her trip
north at 8 p.m. on Monday, and
arrives there from the north at
130 p.m. on Saturday.
The steamship Prince David
leaves Vancouver at 2 p.m. daily
for Victoria and Seattle, so that
passengers from the north can
continue their journey uninterruptedly when going to either Victoria
or Seattle.
Celts Win Football Cup
In Thrilling Game
With Mine
Large Number Attend Funeral
Mr. Bert Shelton
The largest crowd to ever witness
a football game in Anyox was on
hand on Labor Day when the Celts
and the Mine battled for the Cup.
It was a tribute to the sterling merit
of the play here this season. Many
people who had not seen the previous games were astonished at the
splendid exhibition of football.
There was tremendous enthusiasm in
the grandstand. The population of
the Mine were present en masse to
encourage their team, while the
Celts fans were just as keen.
Weather conditions were ideal.
Celts won the toss and took the
lower end of the field. No time
was lost in getting down to work,
but at half time the score board was
a blank. This was solely due to the
wonderful work of the goal keepers, Pynn for the Mine and Musser
for the Celts. Fast shots at both
goals were frequent, but these two
stalwarts were impregnable. In the
second half, however, things began
to happen, Dyer drawing first blood
for the Mine amid wild cheering.
Within a few minutes Morrison
notched the second, and the hearts
of the Mine fans began to beat
more regularly.
Play was then carried to the other
end of the field, and after some
neat passing Horner found the net
for the Celts. Encouraged by this,
the Celts recovered their second
wind and settled down to their
inimitable style, of forward passing,
enabling McColl to score with a
quick, low shot. It was now the
turn of the Celt's fans to go wild,
the score being equal. The third
goal was a beauty. Field secured
the ball from almost mid-field, and
with nice judgement and deliberate
aim dropped the ball fairly into the
goal mouth, where McColl tipped
it through. There was no more
scoring and the game ended 3-2.
Jimmy Donaldson made a capable
and popular referee. It may be
safely assumed that football—
that finest of all Old Country sports
—is here to stay, and that next
year will see the game on a firm
and sure footing.
Hundreds of people attended the
funeral service of Mr. Bert Shelton, whioh was held on Friday
evening, August 29th. at the
Anglioan Church. So large was
the number that attended to pay
their last respects to their departed
friend that the churoh was filled to
capacity and many were forced to
wait outside. Many beautiful
floral tributes covered the
coffin.
The service was very impressive
and following it, the body was
taken to the wharf and transferred
to the Canadian National steamship for shipment to Vanoouver.
Mrs. Shelton and family accompanied the body whioh was interred at the Masonic Cemetery,
Burnaby on Tuesday.
|     ANYOX NOTES
♦<»<«» »♦<■»♦»♦ ■ ♦ ■ ♦ -»«•♦•»-»—♦
D. J. Hartley, principal of
Granby Bay Elementary Schools,
arrived back on Monday from
summer holidays spent at Victoria.
Miss Vera Eve left on Monday
for a vaoation in Vancouver and
vicinity.
E. Ross Oatman left on Friday
on a business trip to Stewart.
Miss J. M. Keith arrived from
the South on Monday to continue
teaching in the Publio School.
Mrs. Moore arrived from the
South on Monday to take up a
position on the Publio School
teaching staff.
Continued on Page 4 ALICE   ARM  AND  ANYOX HERALD,   Friday, September 5,  1930
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Ann
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $8.00
Notices for Crowd Grants -   -   $15.00
Laud Notiees ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50e. per ineh
Contract Hates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
The most important economic
conference in the history of the
British Empire is scheduled to
take place in London during October and November.
The exact date of its commencement will be announced as
soon as Premier Bennett can indicate with some certainty the time
of concluding the special session of
the Canadian House. An important, if not complete revision of the
attitude of the United Kingdom
towards tariffs is embodied in the
proposals to be laid before the
conference, and the success or
failure in securing acceptance of
these proposals lies, by common
consent, mainly in the ability of
Canada's new prime minister to
sell his idea to the people of the
Mother country. Success or failure in the endeavor is of the first
iimrtance to Canada and to other
sections of the Empire, as well as
to Britain. Success means that
through the working out of a system of mutually beneficial preferences the British market for wheat
and dairy and food products will
be retained for Empire products,
while overseas dominions will give
to British manufacturers their markets for such goods as must be
imported. A century-old aversion in Britain to protective tariffs,
particularly on foodstuffs, is the
barrier which Mr. Bennett must
break down to achieve his objective. There are indications that
economic conditions are working in
his interest; that the feeling is
growing that cheap food is dear if
there is no money to buy it.   The
Corporation Applies For
Water Power At
Meziadin
Power Corporation of Canada has
applied for water power development rights at Meziadan Lake
which lies about 40 miles east of
Stewart, says the Financial News.
It is understood that about 50,-
000 h.p. can be developed on the
Naas River as it leaves this lake
known to the Indians as "Lake
Beautiful." There is a certain
amount of power available near
Stewart but at Meziadin is the best
development project and Power
Corporation appears to be looking
forward to the possibility of the
Canadian Pacific Railway or its
mining company subsidiary, C. M.
& S. Co., making use of the favorable gradients and the recently
granted charter to build a railway
from Stewart to Finlay Forks.
At Meziadin Lake the Federal
Department of Fisheries maintains
a salmon hatchery at the lake is an
important spawning ground for
salmon. Fishing companies whose
catch is made up partly from the
Naas River running will no doubt
be averse to a hydro electric development scheme which may
cut down the run of Naas fish.
This whole question of fisheries
versus water power is one that
bristles with difficulties for the two
do not mix well and each is vitally
important to the country's progress.
effort to sell the idea to the Britisher will be followed with the
keenest interest by the farming
population of the Dominion. Unless it succeeds, the Canadian
farmer will, within a very few years
be subjected to much more pressing competition from the cheap
labor of Soviet Russia, where scientific farming methods are only
now making their influences felt in
production, and where an area
greater than that in Canada awaits
the plow.
Advertise in the Herald
MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
DO DOUBLE  DUTY
1 ■; B C  "
PRODUCTS
When you part with one of
your hard-earned dollars,
does that dollar continue to
work for British Columbia
prosperity, or does it help
to create prosperity elsewhere?
Think   of   prosperity   for
British  Columbia   .    .    .
your prosperity . . . every
time you make a purchase. Get the prosperity habit.  Buy
B.C.  Products.
Make  your
dollars do
double
duty.
B.C. PRODUCTS
BUREAU
ofthe
VANCOUVER BOARD OF TRADE
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TAX  SALES
Sales of Land for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in Prince
Rupert Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT, on Wednesday, the 10th day ot September, 1930, at the hour of ten o'clock in
(he forenoon, at the Court House, Prince Rupert, I will sell at public auction the lands on the list hereinafter set
out, o(, the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day
of .lime 1930, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount
due for period ended December 31st, 1928, and interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, are not
sooner paid.
LIST   OF  PROPERTIES
NAME OF PERSONS ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION   OF
PROPERTY
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Range 2, Coast District
Clive   Newcombe   Lot 29 	
LeRoy,   Frank    Lot 1007, Fr. NEtt of E%	
Brown, Ida H. & Herman R Lot  1009,  S%  	
Turner,  Francis Lot  1216  	
Plan 3417, Subd. Block B. of Lot 2,
Range 3
O'Conner, Muriel, & Lenane, Mortimer
&   Madeline   Lots 17, 18, Block 7, Und. Ys Int	
Morrison, J. R., &
Morrison, J. R., &
Gislason, Gisli   	
Nygaard, Elizabeth
Indrevik, Ole 	
Arvidsen,   Carl
Arvidsen,   Carl  	
Hicklenton, Frank
Hicklenton, Frank
Grummett, Joseph
Range 3, Coast District..:
Macfarlane, Pearl....Lot  124   	
Macfarlane, Pearl....Lot   125   	
 Lot 1270, NVi  	
 WA  of WV4  Section 1, Twp.2, except
Parcels I), and E	
 That part of Ett of NW% Section 5,
Twp. 4, lying South of Bella Coola
River	
 Part of NEtf Section 6, Twp. 4, as registered under 15091-1 	
 NV4 of SEy4 Section 6, Twp. 4 	
R Fr. NWU of Fr. NE'4 Section 20, Twp 8
R SV4 of SE1/* Section 29, Twp. 8, except
road   allowance  	
A (1) That portion of Fr. Ntt  of SE%,
Section 25, Twp. 6, lying north of
Bella Coola River, 44 acres
(2) That portion of Fr. SWA  Section
30, Twp. 8, lying  North of Bella
Coola River, 129.6 acres  i	
Woodthorpe, John B.
Plan 949, Subd. Lot 11, Block 1, Range 5,
Haysport Townsite       >
..Lots 47, 48, Block 19	
Plan 1408, Subd. Lot 9, Range 5 :
Johnson, Samuel E Lot A., Undivided 4/9 Interest 	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lot A., Undivided 5/18 Interest 	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. May C Lot A., Undivided 5/18 Interest 	
Plan 413, Subd. part of Lot 9, Range 5:
Flewin, Helen Lots 2, 3, 4, Block 1 	
Johnson, Samuel E Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots, 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E. .-. Lots, 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 1, 2, Block 15, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
4/9   Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E. ....: Lots 10-12, Block 22, Und. 4/9 Int	
Johnson, Samuel E Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 4/9 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots, 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 1, 2, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots, 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
5/18   Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 10-12, Block 22, Und. 5/18 Int	
Doran, Mrs. Elizabeth  Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lot 3, Block 2, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 3, 9, 10, Block 8, Und. 5/18 Jut	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 7, 8, Block 11, Und. 5/18 Int :.
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 5-8, Block 12, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots, 1, 2, Block 15, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 3, 4, Block 16, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 3, 4, 7, 8, 11, 12, Block 17, Und.
5/18   Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 11, 12, Block 20, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 9, 10, Block 21, Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary Lots 10-12, Block 22. Und. 5/18 Int	
Farrenkopf, Mrs. Mary  Lots 1, 3, 4, Block 24, Und. 5/18 Int	
Plan 413, Subd. part Lot 9, Range 5,
' Port Simpson Townsite
Flewin,  Helen Lots 1, 2, 7, 8. Block 4	
Flewin,   John    Lot 9, Block 4 	
Sharp,  James    Lots 7, 8, Block 5 	
Ware,  William   Lot 12, Block 5 	
Cole,  R.  H Lot 1-2, Block 9 	
Schoefield, Miss S. E Lots, 7, 8, Block 9 	
Schoefield, Miss S. E Lots 7, 8, Block 10	
Sharp,  James    Lots 9, 10, Block 16 	
Sharp,  James    Lots 7, 8, Block 20 ....
Plan 537, Subd. Lot  45,  Range 5,
Essington Townsite :
Cunningham, R. & Sons  Lots 2, 3, Block 1 	
Sakamoto, U Lot  9,  Block  1  	
Noble, Alexander (In trust)  Lot 3, Block 7 	
Cunningham, R. & Sons  Lots 1, 2-6, 8-14, Block 19 	
Range 5, Coast District:
Green, A.' E., Mounce, L, Health CO.,
Parrott, F., Giles, S. G, Green Eliza
H.,    Bevilockway,    Geo,    Rgnwick,
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot  59  	
Green, A. E„ Mounce, L, Health G.O.,
Parrott, F, Giles, S. G, Green Eliza
H.,   Bevilockway,   Geo,   Renwick,
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot  60  	
Green, A. E, Mounce, L, Health G.O,
Parrott, F, Giles, S, G, Green Eliza
H,   Bevilockway,   Geo,   Renwick,
John, and Wallace H. Polland  Lot 61 	
Clifford, Lucy M Lot 88 	
Clifford, Lucy  M Lot 89, Unsubdivided portion 	
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2.32      13.75
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111.09
12.65
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52.91
6.05
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2.85
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7.87
.73
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34.62
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8.74
.78
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6.00
.52
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24.65
3.65
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1440.85
1323.90
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958.25
703.20
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991.30
733.28
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217.00
50.40
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241.15
56.01
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ALICE  ARM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, September 5, 1930
Stocks of Copper Are
Decreasing
While the latest copper statistics
might at first sight lend themselves
to an unfavorable interpretation, a
closer examination reveals the  fact
that such  is   not   the   case,   says
Greenshield's    Review.       Refined
stocks of metal in North and South
America as of August 1 at  322,039
short tons were  up  5,277 tons as
compared with the  figures  of July
1.    But  total  stocks  representing
copper above ground in the form of
blister stock at smelters  and  refineries in progress and  in  transit  as
well as refined stocks, stood at 564,
251 tons, a decrease of 6,345  tons
as  compared  with July 1  figures.
Thus, for two months in succession
decreases have been  recorded and
nearly 11,000 tons have been worked off from the  record  May  figure
of 575,143 tons.    With  production
now on a downward trend,   we do
not see any cause for alarm over
the recent increases, in stocks of refined copper as refiners, rather than
have  idle plants on  their   hands,
have   been   evidently     converting
blister copper into the refined form.
World's Largest Bridge Being
Built In Australia
The largest bridge in the world
is at present under construction in
Sydney, Australia. The bridge
stretches between the abutment
towers over the channel to the
width of 1,675 feet and its total
length will be 3,870 feet. Even at
high tide its headway will be 170
feet to allow the passage of large
vessels underneath.
The bridge will carry a roadway
57 feet wide, four railway lines and
two foot walks each 10 feet wide.
The cost will be about six million
pounds or approximately $29,220,-
000. It is expected the bridge will
be open for traffic the latter part of
this year.
Salmon Pack This Year
Is Record
Up to August 15 the total salmon
pack on the British Columbia coast
stood- at 1,197,457 cases. The
nearest approach to this total for
the corresponding period of the
season was in 1926'when the figure
was 1,066,863 cases. Total cases
packed in the districts up to August 15 were:
Fraser River, 77,612 cases.
Naas River, 95,422 cases.
Skeena River, 360,527.
Rivers Inlet, 119,229 cases,
Central Area, 322,306 cases
Queen Charlotte Islands, 45,826
cases.
District No. 3, 123,794 cases.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from to $200
$500
Residential Lots from $200
to $300
Robertson & Dumas
Agents for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
Advertise in the Herald
Ladies' Silk Dresses
We have a large  selection  of  Ladies'   Silk
Dresses in the very latest styles, on which we
are giving a reduction of 20 per cent.
PRICES RANGE FROM $9.00 TO $26.00 EACH
Some Wonderful Bargains.   Come and Look Them
Over.
LEW  LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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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 stook to choose from
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL  MERCHANT
Alice Arm
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TAX   SALES,   Continued.
NAME OK PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION  OF
PROPERTY
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Plan 783, Subd. part Lot 89, Range 5 :
Lots 1-28, Block 2
Clifford, Lucy  M	
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28; Block 3
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28, Block 4
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28, Block 5 ..
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28, Block 6 ..
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28, Block 7 ..
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots 1-28, Block 9 ..
Clifford, Lucy  M .....Lots 1-28, Block 10
Clifford, Lucy  M Lots  1-28, Block  11
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Lucy
Plan 783, Subd. S'A Lot 90, Range 5 :
M Lots 20-28, Block A  :	
M 2.38 acres of Block B 	
M 1.019 acres of Block C	
M Lots 9-14, Block 3 	
M Lots 9-14, Block 5 	
.   M Lots 8-13, Block 6 	
Lucy M Lots 1-14, Block 7	
Lucy  M Lots 15-20, Block 9 	
M Lots 22-28, Block 10 	
M Lots 1-6, Block 11 	
M Lots 16-21, Block 13 	
M Lots 23-28, Block 14 	
M Lots 1-10, Block  15   j	
M Lots 1-10, Block 18 	
M Lots 1-10, Block 20	
John, Katherine K Lots 5, 6, 7, Block 3 	
John, Katherine K Lots  15-21, Block 5 	
John, Katherine K Lots 22-28, Block 6	
John, Katherine K Lots 8-14, Block 9 	
John, Katherine K Lots 15-21, Block 10 	
John, Katherine K Lots  22-28,  Block   11   	
John, Katherine K Lots 22-28, Block 13 	
John, Katherine K Lots   15-21,   Block   14  	
John, Katherine K Lots 18-28, Block 15 	
John, Katherine K Lots 18-28, Block 19  .,	
John, Katherine K .....Lots 1-11, Block 21  	
 .Lots 15-21, Block 3 	
 Lots 1-7, Block 5	
 Lots 1-14, Block 8 	
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, "
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford,
Clifford, Lucy
Clifford, Lucy
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Dallain, Helen
Lots 1-7, Block
Lots 1-7, Block 9 ....
Lots 8-14, Block 10
Lots 8-14, Block 11
Lots 8-14, Block 13
Lots 8-14, Block 14
Lots 2-11, Block 17
Lots 1-11, Block 19
Jones, A. W., & Luxton, A. P Lots 1, 23,28, Block 17 	
Range 5, Continued :
Robinson,   Kate   Lot 98, SW corner 	
Estate ot  James lutnan  Assd. Lot 2 of Lot 102a, Undivided 1-5
interest in 25 acres 	
Estate of James Inman  Assd. Lot 3 of Lot 102a 	
Estate of James Inman  Assd. Lot 4 of Lot 102a, Undivided 2/3
Interest in 20 acres 	
Plan 875, Subd. Lot 113, Range S,
Kitaelas Townsite
Jones,   Frank    .Lot 7, Block 3 	
Plan 1136, Subd. Lots 188 and 607,
Range 5:
Armstrong,  Jos.  E Block 107 	
Range 5, Continued :
Johnstone, J. Bj, & Boss, H. N Lot 190, Easterly 66 acres 	
Grand Trunk Pacific Development Company, Limited  Lot 251,  except  Block  2,  and portion
lying within the boundary of Prince
Rupert  Townsite  	
Plan 1015, Subd. N% Lot 12 of Lot 360,
Plan   970,   Range  5
Sundal, Belle  H Lots 1, 9, 10, 24, 25, 28, 29, 32, 36	
Williams, Alfred B...& Thos. McMeeklnLot  2  	
Estate of D. B. Kenney  Lots 11, 15, 26, 27, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35	
Kenney,  Belle  H Lot   12	
Plan 970, Subd. Lot 360, Range 5:
Walberg, Margaret, Olaf & Eric  S%  Lot  12  	
Plan 1064, Subd. part of Lot 360, Range 5
Jones, William George (in trust)  Block 5	
Plan 966, Subd. Lot 361, Range 5:
Corrigan, William  NW Block 1 	
Plan 1103, Subd. part Lot 361, Range 5:
Sparks,   W.   C.   Sr. Blocks  3, 4  ..'	
Demean, John  Block  14 	
Plan 967, Subd. Lot 362, Range 5:
McDougall, Alice P Block  1   	
Bell, L. S Block  12  	
Bell, Mrs. A. E Block 13 	
Moore, Virgil S Block   21 J	
Plan 972, Subd. Lot 369, Range 5:
Bishop,  F.  C Lot 20, Block 6 	
Grenier,  Henri   Lots 10, 9, Block 9 	
Muir, John  Nicholson Lot  511
Range 5, Continued:
Plan 1094, Subd. Lots 529, 927, 4415 and
part 926, Range 5:
Eyolfson,  Ragnan   Block   14   	
Plan 838, Subd. Lot 645, Range 5:
Strand,   0.  J . Lot 7, Block 12 	
Range 5, Continued:
Johnson, J. B Lot 684, Undivided Y* Int. in 320 acres..
Ordc, Ernest D Lot  694, except G.T.P. Right of Way,
Undivided Yi Interest In .120 acres..
Range 5, Continued:
Toronto General Trust Corporation (In
Trust)  Lot 840, Assd. Lot A. of NW corner	
Jones, Francis  Lot 919 	
Plan 997, Subd. part Lot 919, Range 5,
Nlchol Townsite:
Jones,  Frank   Lots 1-16, Block 1
Frank   Lots 1-5, 9-16, Block 2
Frank   Lots 6, 7, 8, Block 4
Jones,
Jones,
Jones, Frank  Lots 3-5, 9-16, Block 5 	
Jones, Frank  Lots 1, 4 to 8, and W% of Block 7..
Jones, Frank  Lots 1-13, Block 8 	
Jones, Frank  Lots 1-11, Block 9  -.
Jones, Frank  Lots 1-12, Block 10 	
Jones, Frank  Lots 1, 2, 5-8, & Wtt Block 14 	
Jones, Frank  Lots 2-7, Block 15 	
Jones, Frank  Lots 1 to 3, 9 to 16, Block 16	
Jones,   Frank   Block 21
Range 5, Continued:
Long, Samuel N Assd. Lot B. of Lot 979 	
Plan 1127, Subd. part Lot 988, Range 5:
Moore, Thos. Vivian  _ Lot 3 	
Range 5, Continued:
Jones,  Francis   Lot 984, Und. Ys Interest in 160 acres....
Plan 1247, Subd. Lot 990, Range 5:
Kirkpatrick, A. L Block 3, Und. 2/5 Interest in 20.9 ac	
42.00
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CONTINUED   ON PAGE   4 ALICE   ARM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, September 5, 1930
Other Power Interests
May Enter Stewart
District
The possibility that interests
other than the Northern B. C.
Power Co. have their eyes upon
hydro-electric power development
in the Portland Canal district is
intimated in a feature story published in the last issue of the Hyder
(Alaska) Herald. According to the
Alaskan paper, four engineers of
the Portland Canal Power Company
headed by a Mr. Wright, have
arrived in the district to make surveys for a power plant at or near
the mouth of Davis River, 14 miles
below Hyder on the Alaskan side of
Portland Canal,
As is customary in such cases,
the engineers have little to say regarding the project, but from other
sources it is learned that the company, which is said to have the
backing of Chicago capital, has expressed the intention of developing
eventually 10,000 horse-power at
the Davis River site, which formerly was controlled by the Commonwealth Mining & Exploration Co.
The rights of the latter concern
have been acquired by the Portland
Canal Power Co. In addition to the
power plant construction, the company plans power lines to supply
the district with reliable power for
light, heating and power purposes.
"This vase is 2,000 years old.
Be very careful in carrying it."
"You can depend on me, professor. - I'll be as careful of it as if
were new."
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
B. P. O. ELKS
Dominion oi 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
ran
R^EftVATIONi
'1'fflS time let
Canadian Na lional
book you through
to thcOld Country.
Travel the'deluxe'
route across Canada. Your passage
can bo booked by
any steamship line
and we will assist
you in securing
your passport.
We'll also insure
your Baggage . . .
issue Travellers'
Cheques . . . arrange Hotel Accommodation.
Please make your
reservations early.
Choice accommodation always goes
first.
For information catt or
mite C. F. Earle, Dist.
Pom. Agent, Victoria,
B.C., E. W. Btckle,
Cumberland, B.C.
W'52
_ llan
ational
For Information, Call or Write Local
Agent, or write R. F. McNaughton,
General Passenger Agent,   Prince
Twenty years ago the salmon
pack on the British Columbia coast
totalled 530,000 cases which was
considered at that time a very good
showing. So far this year, with the
season not yet finished, the total
pack for the coast is 1,197,457
cases or more than double that of
1910. That year as this, the
Skeena had the largest pack of any
individual district.
EAGLE
LuHSEyour
child, of course, if
possible, but don't
experiment with
all sorts of food
that you know
little about.
Eagle Brand has been
the standard infant
food since 1857. It is
entirely pure, it is exceedingly digestible
and there is an ever
ready supply at any
dealer's no matter
where you live or
where you go.
Bdpfal baby books sent/ret)
onrtettat...Use canton.
THE BORDEN CO., LIMITED
Homer Arcade, Vancouver
Sand Free Baby Books to:
Name	
Address..
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
ALICE ARM
FREIGHTING
COMPANY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Pack Trains. Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small
MILES DONALD Manager
~1
PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
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Range 5, continued :
McGuire,   Hilda    Lot   1100  	
Pease, John Francis  Lot   1393,  Assd.  Lot  2,  except  G.T.P.
Right of Way 	
Plan 1285, Subd. NW'/i Lot 1400, Range 5
Monckton, Philip M Lot  1  	
Range 5, Continued:
Demean,  Albert   Lot 1411, NW1/* 	
Sekitani,   Miehi    Lot  1687  	
Wilcox, M. H „ Lot   1690  	
Plan 1006, Subd. Lot 1744, Range 5:
Garrett,  C.  J Block  7  	
Range  5,  Continued
Kirkpatrick, J. A Lot  1745  	
Wilcox, M. C Lot  1792  	
Jackson,   Egerton    Lot 1800, SEy4  	
McGuire,   Hilda    Lot 1918, Assd. Lot 1 	
Lees, H. W Lot  2242  	
Lorihg, R. E Lot 2611  	
Glennie,   James    Lot   3072   	
Johnstone, J. B Lot  3984,  Unsubdivided  portion, Und.
Yi Interest in 110.7 acres 	
Plan 1071, Subd. part Lot 3984, Range 5:
Johnstone, J. B Lots 3, 4, 6, Block 38, Und..% Int	
Johnstone, J. B Lots 2, 3, ,4 Block 57, Und. % Int	
Johnstone, J. B Blocks A. & 11., Blocks 58, Und. Mi Int.
Johnstone, J. B Lot
Range 5, Continued :
3991,  Unsubdivided  portion,  Und.
Vs Interest in 114.5 acres 	
Plan 1072, Subd. Lot 3991, Range 5:
Johnstone, J. B Lots, 2, 3, Block 59 	
Range 5, Continued :
Sun Life Assurance Company of CanadaLol 4004, except 20 ac. SE corner.
Healey,  P Lot  4362 	
Muir, John Nicholson  Lot  5839
Carncross,  Emma    Lot  6252
Jones,  Francis    Lot  6263
Range 5, Continued :
Plan 412, Subd. SE</i  of NW'/, Sec. 15,
Twp. 1, Range 5, Port Simpson Townsite
Thomas, Mattie A. Lots 1, 6, 7, 12, 2-5, 8-11, Block 4	
Parsons, Mrs. G. S Lot 1, Block 5 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 10, 11, 12, Block 6	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 7-11, Block 8 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 1, 2, 11, 12, Block 13 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 1, 2, 10-15, 23, 24, Block 14 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 7, 8, Block 15 	
Thomas, Mattie A Lots 3, 5, Block 18 	
Plan 899, Subd. Lot A., SE}4 Sec. 16,
Twp. 1, Range 5:
Flewin, Helen  Lots 1-14, 17-32, Block 3 	
Plan 443, Subd. &% of WA of NWJ4,
Sec. 21, Twp. 1, Range 5:
Davis,  Thomas   Lot 6, Block D 	
Plan 401, Subd. part Sections 32,
Twp. 1, Range 5:
Duncan, Isabella  Lot 7, Block A. of Lot 22	
Horth, George H Lot 5, Block D. of Lot 26	
3,34,
Plan 765, Subd. Section 4, Twp 1,
Range 5:
Pringle, George C. F Lots 1, 2, Block 13 	
Rcntz,   Eugene    Lots 29, Block 21 	
Plan 1319, Subd. part Lot 7, Cassiar:
Tomlinson,   Alice    Lot  15  	
Plan 969, Subd. Lot
Bromley,  Marcy  G Lot 44, Block 2 	
Cassiar:
Plan 973, Subd. Lot 336, Cassiar
Kennedy,  R.  W.,  Rolston,  H. W.  M.,
and Rochfort, H. D. 0 Lots 1-24,
Poole, Mrs. Elizabeth R Lots 13-20,
Block 59
Block 71
Portal Townsite
Portal
Portal
Portal
Portal
Portal
Portal
Portal
Townsite
Townsite
Townsite
Townsite
Townsite
Townsite
Townsite
Portal Townsite
Portal Townsite
Portal Townsite
Portal Townsite
Portal Townsite
Portal Townsite
Plan 1446, Subd. Lot 432, Cassiar:
Limited  Lots  2-7, 9-11,  13,  15-17,  19-21, 23-25,
Block  1  	
Limited  Lots 2-11, 14-17, Block 2 	
Limited  Lots 2-5, 7-13, 18-24, Block 4 	
Limited  Lots 14, 6-11, 16-19, Block 6 	
Limited  ..'.....Lots 1, 4-6, 14-20, Block 7 	
Limited  Lots 1-3, 6-22, Block 8 	
Limited  Lots 3-15, 23, 24, 25, Block 9	
Limited  Lots 1-3, 5-7, 9-11,  13-15, 17-20, 22-24,
26-28, Blk. 13, and Reserve Community  as   shown   on  Plan   1446,
Limited  ,      Lots 1-7, Block 14 	
Limited  Lots 1, 2, 4-6, 8-10, 12, 13, 15-17, 19-21,
23-25, Block 15 	
Limited  Lots 1, 2, 4-6, 9-11, 13-15, Block 16	
Limited  Lots 1-7, 9-11, 14, Block 17 	
Limited  Lots 1, 3-5, 7-9, 11, Block 18 	
Limited Lots 1, 2, 4-14, 16-18, 20-22, Block 19	
Cassiar District:
Portland Canal Maritime Co., Ltd  Lot 434, except Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4
Gray,   S Lot   452   	
Plan 818, Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar,
Stewart Townsite:
Duncan, J. S Lot 12, Block 4 	
Russell, Olie  Lot 7, Block 5 	
Duncan, J. S Lots 7, 8, Block 8 	
Finch, Perry and Louis A., & Hickey,
Thos ...Lot 12, Block 10 	
Pigo'.t, Mrs. Reginald S Lot 21, Block 11 	
Pigot, R. S Lot 14, Block 12 	
Plan 1191, Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar:
Carolan,  Helen   v Lot 5, Block 14 	
Stewart, James  Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 18 	
Plan 818A., Subd. part Lot 466, Cassiar:
Bealey, R. J„ & Emma LaC :. Lot 23, Block 16 	
Gibson,  A.  J Lot 14, Block 17 	
Ramsay, John  Lot 18, Block 22 	
Cassiar,   Continued:
Hawkinson,  Jacob  P Lot 468, SE%, Block B 	
Plan 905, Subd. part. Lot 466, Cassiar:
Stewart,   Andrew    Lot 10, Block 2 	
Stratford,  Hugo  C Lot 20, Block 4 	
Bealey, R, J., & Emma LaC Lot 4, Block 7 	
Stewart, W Lot 19, Block 8 	
Stewart, R. M Lots 22, 23, 24, Block 10 	
Johnstone, J. B Lot 3, Block 12 	
Stewart, Mrs. Marcia  Lot 8, Block 12 	
Plan 958, Subd. Lot 469, Cassiar:
Stratford, Mrs. Estella  Lot 1, Block 25 	
Mahood, Grant  Lot 23, Block 29 	
Cassiar, continued:
Giles, W. E Lot 731, Block A. Map 1242 ..
Falconer,   Christian    Lot  732  	
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
Estate
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
of F.
Plan 953, Subd. Lot 794, Cassiar, Bitter
Creek Townsite:
Dawson  Lots 1-45, Block 1 	
Dawson  Lots 1-33, Block 2 	
Dawson  Lots 1-11, Block 3 	
Dawson  Lots 1-4, Block 4 	
Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block 7  	
Dawson  Lots 1-22, 25-48, Block 10 	
Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block 11  	
Dawson  „.Lots 1-48, Block 12 	
Dawson  Lots 1-24, Block 13 	
Dnwson Lots 1-20, Block 14 	
98.70
33.20
3.00
22.95
40.41
7.68
9.00
118.13
24.90
18.15
30.00
30.00
40.80
53.85
41.25
3.00
3.00
6.00
52.98
3.00
94.50
24.00
17.25
18.90
23.40
34.76
10.00
9.89
13.56
11.90
29.25
8.44
7.44
34.19
7.08
8.00
6.00
7.87
6.00
3.29
8.87
22.99
5.00
13.27
12.19
21.68
23.57
16.00
25.96
21.41
28.45
6.23
20.33
14.28
9.10
9.75
19.11
224.91
1488.00
3.44
82.90
8.82
17.68
9.94
4.64
96.38
9.72
5.08
5.00
4.25
8.12
3.36
5.00
2.83
4.23
69.86
5.00
5.00
5.55
5.00
47.05
37.51
14.10
10.50
4.05
3.00
15.00
14.25
15.00
15.00
7.50
6.30
8.i74
2.86
13.75
13.75
.26      12.75
1.99
3.51
.85
13.75
13.75
13.75
.78       12.75
10.40
2.16
1.57
2.66
2.66
3.61
4.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
3.64      13.75
.26
.26
.52
3.50
.26
8.36
2.08
1.50
1.64
2.52
5.73
1.76
1.60
2.23
1.96
4.86
1.43
2.54
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
5.38      12.75
.95      12.75
1.02
.52
12.75
12.75
.71       12.75
.52       12.75
.37      12.75
.79      12.75
2.40
.52
1.15
.69
1.85
2.06
1.38
2.23
1.82
2.48
.52
1.68
1.22
.75
.83
1.64
19.69
473.44
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
12.76
13.75
13.75
.38 12.75
8.70 12.75
.92 12.75
1.85 12.75
1.04 12.75
.50 12.75
12.52
1.02
.52
.45
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
)2.75
.39
.52
.33
.48
7.46
.52
.52
.57
.52
4.06
3.27
1.46
1.00
.40
.30
1.50
1.46
1.50
1.50
.70
.60
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
121.19
49.81
16.01
38.69
57.67
22.28
22.53
142.28
40.81
33.47
46.41
46.41
58.16
72.36
58.64
16.01
16.01
19.27
70.23
16.01
116.61
39.83
32.50
34.29
39.67
53.24
24.51
24.24
28.54
26.61
46.86
22.62
22.73
52.32
20.78
21.77
19.27
21.33
19.27
16.41
22.41
38.14
18.27
27.17
25.63
36.28
38.38
30.13
40.94
35.98
43.68
19.50
34.76
28.25
22.60
23.33
33.50
258.35
1975.19
16.57
104.35
22.49
32.28
23.73
17.89
121.65
23.49
18.36
18.27
17.45
.69      13.75       22.56
16.50
18.27
15.91
17.46
90.07
18.27
18.27
18.87
18.27
64.86
54.53
28.31
24.25
17.20
16.05
29.25
28.46
29.25
29.25
20.95
19.65 ALICE   ARM   AKD  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, September 5, 1930
Consolidated  Building New
Slag Treatment Plant
The new two million dollar slag
retreatment plant of the Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. at
Tadanac, which will save one hundred tons daily of zinc th.tt has
been hitherto unrecoverable, was
put into operation last week together with a $500,000 zinc oxide
leaching plant constructed to treat
zinc oxide produced by the slag
plant.
Subicribe to yonr Local Paper NOW.
Canadians  Going
The United States
To
According to information received
from the department of Labor,
Washington, Canadian immigration
showed a small decrease from the
previous year. Canadians who left
their country for the United States
last year numbered 63,502 and this
meant a decline of 1.5 per cent.
The question is not whether man
descended from the monkey, but
when he is going to quit desuend-
ing.
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Department of Mines
British Columbia, the Mineral Province of Western Canada,
has produced over $182,455,854 worth of mineral products.
Mineral Production, year 1928-$65,372,583.00.
Mineral Production, year 1929-$68,245,443.00.
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dealing with a branch of mining in respeot of which the
Provinoe offers unusual opportunities.
"Report on Talni River Area, Atlin Mining Division"—This tells
the story of the discovery and the pending development
of a new lode mining field now attracting much attention.
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TAX   SALES,   Continued.
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION  OF
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Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block lfi 	
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block 17 	
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block 18 	
Estate of F. G. Dawson  '. Lots 1-48, Block 19  ,.
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots 1-48, Block 20 	
Estate of F. G. Dawson  Lots 1-25, Block 21  	
Plan 1283, Subd. Lot 866, Cassiar:
Horstman,   Henry    Lot   BB   	
Plan 1222, Subd. part Lot 1074, Cassiar:
McDonald, Walter, and Miller, Fred  Lots 1, 2, Block 2 	
Basrik,  Mike   Lot 13, Block 4 	
Cassiar,  continued:
Anderson,  Isobel   Lot 1675, Und. W Int. in 48 ac	
Frost, John  K Lot  2353  	
Jackson, D. B. M Lot  3087,  SWW  	
Free,  Isaac W Lot 3106, NWW, and Lot 3110, SE%
Plan 1087, Subd. Lots
IhHRI A I* *
Terry, Wallace S Lots 7, 8, Block 14 ...'.	
Esselmont,  W. T Lots li), 14, Block 15	
& 468,
Wilson,  James    Lot  3602
Cassiar, continued:
Portland Canal Maritime
Portland Canal Maritime
Portland Canal Maritime
Portland Canal Maritime
Portland Canal Maritime
Portland Canal Maritime
Bell,   Heien   	
McDougall, Hugh 	
Bell,   Helen   	
Portland Canal Maritime
Plan 1251, Subd. Lot 4044, Cassiar:
Co., Ltd Lots 1, 2, 3, 5-7, 9-11, 13-15, 17, 18, 19,
Block  1   	
Co., Ltd Lots 2, 3, 4, 6-8, 10-12, 14-16, 18-20, Blk 2
Co., Ltd Lots 2, 3, Block 3 	
Co., Ltd Lots 3, 4, 5, Block 4 -.:.	
Co., Ltd Lots 1, 2, 5-7, 9-11, 13-15, 17-19, 21, 25,
27, 29-31, 37, 39, Block 5	
Co., Ltd Lots 7-9, 11-13, 15-17, 19-21, Block 6....
 Lot 27, Block 6	
 Lot 28, Block 6 	
 Lot 44, Block 6 	
Co., Ltd Block 7, (Unsubdivided) 	
Cassiar, Continued:
Dockerill,  F.   M Lot 2618, Und. 10/36 Int. in 321 ac	
Dockerill,   W.   R Lot 2618, Und. 10/36 Int. in 321 ac	
Dockerill,   W.   R Lot 2619, Und. 10/36 Int. in 244 ac	
Dockerill, F. M Lot 2619, Und. 10/36 Int. in 244 ac	
Plan 948, Subd. Lot 3, Queen Charlotte
Islands:
Dory,   Julia    Lots 21, 22, Block 22	
Cramp,  Antoine Lot 28, Block 22,	
Queen Charlotte Islands:
Buckley  Securities, Limited  Lot 6 	
Buckley  Securities, Limited   Lot 7, Unsubdivided portion 	
Plan 946 Subd. Lot 7, Q.C.I., Masset
Townsite:
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1-13, 17-26, Block 1 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 5-30, Block 2 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 3-29, Block 3 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1, 2, 5-23, Block 4	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 4-6, 8, 11-29, Block 5 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1-28, Block 6 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 5-32, Block 7 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources  Lots 1-16, 19-21, 23, Block 8	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1-32, Block 12 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 3-32, Block 13 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 14, 17-29, Block 14 	
Eaton, J. A Lots 15, 16, Block 14 	
Richardson, Mrs. Mary  Lot 7, Block 15 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources  Lots 8, 10, 11, 15, 16, Block 15 	
Queen   Charlotte   Isiands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1-6, Block 16 	
Queen   Charlotte   Islands   Natural   Resources   Lots 1, 2, 8, 9, 10, Block 17	
Plan 946A., Subd. Lot 7, Q.C.I.
Buckley   Securities,  Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 79 	
Buckley Securities, Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 80 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 81 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd .Waterfrontage, Block 82 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 83 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 84 	
Buckley   Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 85 	
Buckley   Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 86 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 87 	
Buckley   Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 88 	
Buckley   Securities,   Ltd Waterfrontage, Block 89 	
Buckley  Securities,   Ltd Block  91   	
Lawson, E. H., Dunn, J. C. S., Palmer,
G. F„ & Knight, Winnifred F Waterfrontage, Block 93 	
Lawson, E. H., Dunn, J. C, S., Palmer,
G. F., & Knight, Winnifred F Waterfrontage, Block 96 	
Lawson, E. H„ Dunn, J. C, S., Palmer,
G. F„ & Knight, Winnifred F Lots 1-5, Block 97 	
Lawson, E. H., Dunn, J. C. S., Palmer,
G. F., & Knight, Winnifred F Waterfrontage, Block 98 	
Q.C.I.  District,  continued:
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot 7A 	
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot  8   	
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot   10   	
Buckley Securities, Ltd  Lot   11   	
Plan 934, Subd. Lots 16 & 16A., Q.C.I.
Cameron, Winnie  B Lot 2, Block 14  .y	
Plan 1032, Subd. Lot 234, Q.CJ.
Einarson, Mrs. K Lots 9, 10, Block 31 	
Einarson, Groa S. ..'. Lot 11, Block 31 	
Q.C.I.  District,  continued:
Scharffe,  Robert   Lots 1, 2, of Lot 253	
Vyse,   William    Lot  288  	
Hyder,  H Lot  532  	
Dlgnam,  Mary  Ella   Lot  593  	
Plan 1079, Subd. Lot 746, Q.C.I.
Blackburn,   Helen Block A. of Lot 8, Block 36, (Map 1434)
Morse,   Frank    Lots 5, 6, Block 42	
McCrea, Nellie K i. Lots 7, 8, Block 42 	
Tingley,  B.  L Lots 1-6, Block 44
■"ilb        "     - "   ' '    '   ""
Mallory,   Frank Lot 10, Block 48
May, James, & Lea Brenton T Lots 15, 16, Block 51 	
Q.C.I.  District,  continued:
Monsell,  F.  W .Lot  756  	
Vyse,   William   Lot 762, SEW 	
Vyse,   William   Lot 765 SWW 	
McLellan, P. D Lot 847A., SEY* 	
Smith,  James    .-. Lot   895,   SWW	
Dicker,   Frank    Lot 992, HEY* of SWW  	
LaPorte, J. B .Lot  1031,  NEW   	
Henderson,   Alex Lot 1631, EW of SEW & NWW of NWW
Miller, S„ Elliott, S. C, Waldis, A. R.,
Pettigrew, E. R. Pattison, J., et al....Lot  1665   	
Dawson, Dr. William James  Lot 1965 	
Dawson, Dr. William James  Lot  1967   .........	
Chapman,   Fred    NEW Section 9, Twp. 14 	
Home Estate  Corporation  .....NW of NEW; SW of SW of NEW; SW
of SYi of NWW; NW of SWW; and
SW of SEW, Lot 1632 	
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
15.00
7.80
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50
.70
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
29.25
29.25
29.25
29.25
29.25
21.25
3.60
.29
12.75
16.64
112.70
6.32
10.30
.57
12.75
12.75
135.75
19.64
9.00
15.82
8.40
49.59
.78
1.69
.92
4.39
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
23.53
31.26
23.07
67.73
17.68
119.30
1.84
12.11
12.75
12.75
32.27
144.16
27.75
2.43      13.75
43.93
50.94
43.9CT
7.31
10.79
4.48
3.82
.61
.95
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
68.17
60.47
20.67
24.49
258.26
42.80
10.84
79.30
208.74
93.08
25.48
3.75
.93
6.20
18.37
8.14
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
296.49
59.30
24.52
98.25
239.86
113.97
311.35
311.35
281.45
281.45
' 97.27
97.27
82.59
82.59
13.75"
13.75
13.75
13.75
422.37
422.37
377.79
377.79
6.00
24.13
.52
1.95
12.75
12.75
19.27
38.83
496.81
78.15
44.26
8.97
13.75
13.75
554.82
100.87
15.32
1.34
12.75
29.41
15.53
1.36
12.75
29.64
16.28
1.42
12.75
30.45
31.80
4.10
12.75
48.65
23.63
2.07
12.75
38.45
27.31
2.44
12.75
42.50
27.31
2.44
12.75
42.50
20.54
1.83
12.75
35.12
31.45
2.82
12.75
47.02
29.55
2.64
12.75
44.94
22.62
6.75
5.06
2.06
.56
.43
12.75
12.75
12.75
37.43
20.06
18.24
8.41
.72
12.75
21.88
7.09
.62
12.75
20.46
5.52
.49
12.75
18.76
3.26
3.21
3.26
3.19
3.21
3.19
3.19
3.19
3.26
3.26
3.26
3.40
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.27
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
16.27
16.22
16.27
16.20
16.22
16.20
16.20
16.20
16.27
16.27
16.27
16.42
4.40
.53
12.75
17.68
4.46
.54
12.75
17.75
4.94
.61
12.75
18.30
4.27
.53
12.75
17.55
23.60
22.72
73.19
34.42
2.71
2.80
29.07
3.94
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
40.06
39.27
116.01
52.11
6.00
.52
12.75
19.27
6.00
6.00
.52
.52
12.75
12.75
19.27
19.27
10.86
24.34
13.48
36.58
.90
2.09
1.46
3.11
13.75
13.75
13.75,
13.75
25.51
40.08
28.69
53.44
6.00
16.62
43.48
179.32
6.00
6.00
.52
1.34
3.10
14.98
.52
.52
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
19.27
30.71
59.33
207.05
19.27
19.27
24.00
9.36
24.00
8.00
10.73
30.00
24.00
420.00
2.08
1.03
2.08
.88
1.12
2.66
2.13
126.48
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
39.83
24.14
39.83
22.63
25.60
46.41
39.88
660.23
240.00
229.50
105.00
24.00
21.28
20.35
9.31
2.08
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
275.03
263.60
128.06
39.83
985.35
290.02
13.75
1289.12
A. J. LANCASTER,
Provincial Collector. ALICE  ABM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, September 5, 1930
♦
ALICE ARM NOTES   t
I)
T. J. Shenton, mining inspector,
arrived in town on Monday.
Miss Peggy Anderson arrived on
Monday from Prince Rupert,
whero she has spent two week's
holiday.
Miss Alice Kergin left on Monday for Prince Rupert, where she
will attend High School at St.
Joseph's Academy.
J. A. Anderson arrived home on
Saturday from a business trip into
the Naas Valley. He was accompanied by his son Donald. They
went overland via the government
telegraph trail and returned by
boat.
Mrs. B. Wilson left on Monday
for Prinoe Rupert. She will meet
Mr. Wilson there and will probably
reside in Priuce Rupert during the
coming winter.
Mrs. C. McEachern left on Monday ou a trip to the south.
Dr. George Hanson, of the Dominion Geological Survey Department, left on Tuesday Tor Vancouver. He has spent the summer
here completing a geological survey of the district that has occupied him several seasons. His
party of assistants previously left
for the south.
J. Nick arrived home on Tuesday
from the Naas Valley, where he
has been engaged in cruising the
route for the Alice Arm-Hazelton
road.
J. Flynn and W. Craig who have
been constructing a trail to the
Elkhorn property at Hastings
Arm for the Department of Public
Works completed the work this
week and returned to town.
Al. Falconer is engaged in filling
up the old creek bed, on his lots
preparatory to moving his barn on
them, which at present occupies a
portion of Viotoria Street. The
new location is immediately back
of the present barn.
B. Turbitt recommenced con
struction this week of his new
garage. A concrete foundation
was constructed last fall, and a
concrete floor is now being laid.
The balance of the building will be
composed of lumber. It faces on
Second Avenue, and is at the rear
of his residence.
Shorter Hours May Relieve
Unemployment
Unemployment may be met by
shorter working hours aud a
scheme of unemployment insurance. Tom Moore, president of
the Trades and Labor Congress,
said this week in a Labor Day
message.
The entire issue of a new stock
of Consolidated M & S Co. was
subscribed for by present shareholders at $200 a share. The sale
of 25,502 shares, apportioned on
the basis of one new share for each
twenty shares held, therefore netted the company $5,100,400 new
capital.
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
Anyox Notes
Continued from Page 1
Mrs. L. H. Wenerstrom and
family returned home on Monday
from holidays spent at Allenby.
Mrs. Higgins and daughter
arrived home from the South on
Monday
Mr. Marshall returned home ou
Monday from a visit to the south
Miss M. Lindsay returned from
holidays in Prince Rupert on Monday's boat.
Miss B. Flye left for holidays
in the south on Monday.
J. Evans and B. Davies left for
the south on Monday's boat.
W. Lang left for Prince Rupert
on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Mikeli left for
Prince Rupert for the Fair on
Monday.
Miss Blakey of the Anyox Gen
ral Hospital left for holidays infRenavant, French stage star, and
Don  Alvarado are others of   the
featured cast.
Tonight's Picture One
Of World's Great
Leaders
The first great dramatic spectacle of the talking screen—Radio
Pictures' production of Florenz
Ziegfeld's fabulous operetta, 'Rio
Rita' comes to the Beach theatre
Saturday.
With John Boles and Bebe Daniels heading a gigantic cast of
players, singers, dancers, beauties
and specialty performers, "Rio
Rita" takes its place among the
great screen' plays of all time. In
its wealth of diversified entertainment it has doubtless never been
equalled.
Bert Wheeler and Robert Wool-
sey play the oomedy roles they
created for Ziegfeld; Dorothy Lee,
the baby-talk girl of the "Syncopation;" Helen Kaiser, one of Zieg
feld's   "glorified"    girls;   Georges
the south on Monday.
Mr. Bonson and daughter left
for Vancouver on Tuesday.
Miss Harrison left on Tuesday
for the south.
Chas. W. Webb and Mr. Char-
teer arrived from the south on
Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stewart and
son returned home from holidays in
the south on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown were
in Anyox on the round trip.
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that on
and after August 1st. 1930, lands in
the Railway Belt and Peace River
Block recently transferred to the
Prpvince by the Dominion, come
under the administration and laws of
the Province.
It is the desire of the Government
to foster settlement in conformity
with these regulations and furnish all
information to assist this end, but no
consideration will be jjiven persons
squatting upon or entering into occu
patton of such lands without author
ity.
H.  OATHCART,
Deputy Minister of Lands.
MINERAL ACT
(Form V)
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
"Bing" Fractional Mineral Claim,
situate in the Naas River Mining Div
ision of Cassiar District.
Where'located: On Trout Creek,
Upper Kitsault River, adjoining the
Moose Group.
TAKE NOTICE that we, John
Strombeek, Free Miner's Certificate
No. 48135-C, and Miles Donald, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 48184-C, 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 claim.
And further take notice thataction,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th. day of June, A. D„
1930.
JOHN  STROMBEOK,
MILES  DONALD.
C. M. BRYANT
A. R. S. M. Eng.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
ASSAY OFFICE
Stewart, B. O.
Leave Samples at Herald Office
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
WRITTEN ANYWHERE
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
Office: PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
Much of the film was photographed in technicolor and the
sets and costumes are said to have
outdone anything seen on the talking screen.
Harry Tierney, composer of the
original tuneful soore of "Rio
Rita," added two new song hits to
the picture. Cimini's grand opera
chorus of 80 voices; The Peal Eaton
chorus of 100 Hollywood beauties,
the first stock chorus in motion
pictures, and a symphonic orchestra directed by Victor Baravelle
are other features of the film,
which was directed by Lther Reed.
Famous Husky Wins Prizes
\* f» *
A rthur
Indian
Beauvais, well-known
guide at the Chateau
Frontenac, Quebec City, owes
much of his ' popularity among
visitors to the hostelry to the team
of huskies that mush them out on
snowsled trips in the winter.
Chief among his team is its leader,
"Jeff," and at the last minute it
occurred to Arthur to enter Jeff
at the Montreal Kennel Associa
tion Show held recently. He took
no particular trouble tn beautifying him for the occasion and accordingly was gratified to learn
that he had taken three first prizes
and one special prize. In fact, he
would have taken another special
prize as the best dog shown, if
Beauvais had not taken him away
to catch a train. , Illustration
shows close-up of Jeff with some
of his prize ribbons.
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Men's Wear Department
Mr. J. Devlin, representative of the well known "House of Hobberlin" Tailors, will be in
the Store September 8th., 9th. and 10th. He will show you the very latest styles and
patterns in prices ranging from $2830 up. With every suit or overcoat you get the
Hobberlin guarantee of perfect fit and workmanship. There is an unlimited choice of
patterns, and we suggest that you make an early choice.
MEN'S  UNDERWEAR
Men's Combinations, made from Soft Combed Cotton Yarns, in a medium weight spring
needle stitch for perfect fit and comfort.   These are of "Tru-Knit" manufacture,  sizes
34-42, in short sleeves and ankle length.    Good value at $1.50.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
LIGHT   BULBS
25w, clear 25c, Frosted 30c. 40w, clear, 35c, Frosted 40c.
60w, clear 50c, Frosted    .55c. lOOw, clear, 85c, Frosted  90c.
150w, clear $1.20, Frosted  .$1.40. 200w, clear, $1.35, Frosted..' '$1.50.
Window Shades.   Standard Sizes, 36in. $1.25.   Any other sizes supplied to specification.
Shoe Dept
The ladies will like our range of new
Evening and Afternoon Footwear. The
styles are the very latest, and are being
shown in the cities. Let us show these
shoes to you.
Drug Dept
We have in stock everything that is
necessary for School in the way of Supplies. Scribblers, Pencils, Rulers, Cary-
ons, Pencil Boxes, School Bags, and
Text Books for either High or Public
Schools.    Let us fill your demands.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Now is the time to renew your Draperies.   48in.  Reversible Cretonnes in pleasing color
combinations, suitable for Drapes, Cushion Covers or Slip Covers.   Price 60c. per yard;
48in. Shadow Cloth in Fawn and Rose, per yard $1.00
Linen Doilies, Chinese Hand Embroidered Tray Cloths, 16 inches x 14 inches, $1.50 each
Doilies, 12 in., 50c.   . Napkins, 40c. each. Centers, 18 in. $1.19 each.
GRANBY   STORES
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