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 A little paper !
with all the j
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circulation |
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 10,   NO.   40
Alice Arm, B. O, Saturday, March 28, 1931
5 cents each.
Elks' Annual Ball  Is
Attended By Brilliant
Throng
Dalhousie Co. Meeting
With Success Tide-
Water Molybdenum
The brilliancy of the scene; the
animated and happy throng of
dancers; the gorgeous decorations;
the superb musio and excellent
supper, plus the good fellowship
spirit that prevailed, marks the
Annual Elks' Ball, held on Monday
evening at the Elks' Hall, as undoubtedly the best of its kind ever
held in Anyox.
About two hundred and fifty
Elks and their friends took part in
the jollification, and it was unanimously admitted that as entertainers the Elks still lived up to
their record as being second to
none.
The elaborate decorations, carried
ont in the white aud purple colors
of the Elks, were the cause of much
favorable comment, and those re
sponsible deserve great credit, for
the brilliant and effective setting,
which was very original.
From shortly after 9 p.m. until
3,a,m. thefallowing morning, the
spacious floor was filled 'with dancers. Musio was provided by the
New Victor Orchestra, and the
perfect, rendering of the latest numbers by this popular orchestra
enticed the most weary to dance
and then dance again. The orchestra was enclosed iu a specially
built and tastefully decorated
elevated platform, whioh arrange
neut flooded the whole hall with
musio. Ou each side of the plat
form were refreshment booths,
which were extensively patronized.
The impressive 11 o'olock service
—when all Elks' gatherings pause
from their labors or pleasure to remember their departed Brothers—
was conducted by Worthy Exalted
Kuler Chas. Harman.
At midnight, the Grand March
was formed, and the gay assembly
adjourned to the lower floor to
partake of a wonderful turkey supper and all the trimmings essential
to a first-class banquet. A tastefully dressed kewpie doll was
placed in front of each ladies' plate
as a memento of the oooasion.
Following the supper, danoing
was oarried on with renewed vigor
and the hour of 3 a.m. found a surprising number of couples still
blithly dancing.
The Brother Elks who were in
I charge of arrangements deserve
I the greatest praise for the even-
■      ing's suecoBs.   Nothing was over
The Dalhousie Mining Co. who
are developing the Tidewater
Molybdenum property a short distance down the inlet from Alice
Arm are still meeting with unusual success.
Development work at the present time is being concentrated on
a raise from the lower level to the
upper and the extension of the
upper drift.
Work has been suspended on the
extension of the lower drift. This
was oaused by the fact that more
ventilation was needed. It was
therefore decided to drive a raise
to the upper drift. When this
raise has been completed the lower
drift will be extended until it has
cut through the whole series of ore
bodies, thus giving a greater depth
on them.
This lower drift has been driven
in ore throughout its entire length
which is very encouraging. The
ttiiafe4«valso—beihg d>riven- in--ore,
and the extension of the upper
tunnel shows that as greater depth
is obtained the ore becomes richer,
Development work done to date
indicates that the Tidewater Moly
bdenum, will, in the near future
be a steady producer.
Anyox Golf Club Elect
Officers
The annual meeting of the
Anyox Golf Association was held
in the Recreation Hall on March
20th. Plans were made for the
forthcoming season, and the annual election of officers was held.
The meeting was attended by a
large number of members.
Following are the names of
officers elected for the coming
year:
Hon. President,.Chas. Bocking.
President, W. R. Lindsay.
Vioe-Presideiit, B. M. Buck.
Seoretary, Don MacLeod.
Captain, Geo. M. Lee.
Executive: Mrs. L. H. Wenerstrom, A. W. Gigot, Sid Peters,
Harry Selfe Jack Grigg, Dr. D.
R. Learoyd and J. L. Stevart.
Choral  Society  Rehearsing
For Operetta
The Anyox Choral Society has
become affiliated with the Anyox
Community League. The society
is going ahead with their operetta
yv fine style, ajid.»fhe members are
rehearsing tlieir parts with consid
erable enthusiasm.
An orchestra, comprising several
'members of the local Amateur
Orohestra will assist throughout-
the operetta, which will be present
ed at the Recreation Hall on
Thursday, April 30th.
Badminton Club Will Hold
Final Tournament
The Anyox Badminton Club will
hold their final tournament in the
Gymnasium during the coming
week. Although all details have
not been disolosed, it is understood
that the tournament will be a
novel one. The members of the.
executive are planning on the occasion being a very fitting one to
close the successful season the club
has experienced. ,
enjoyment, and their 1931 ball will
always have pleasant memories for
the participants.
The committee in oharge of decorations and arrangements, were:
M. Abel, chairman; Designer of
decorations, Ken Hunter; Those
assisting, were: Ed. Johnson, J.
Hutchison, J. McGregor, D. McVicar, W. Adams, Ken Mork. The
lighting effects were handled by
Mr. D. T. Evans, assisted by Mr.
Chris Anderson; and Mr. Cyril
Tully. the indefatigable seoretary
of the Elks, ably filled the position
as Master of Ceremonies.
Night Schools Will Hold
Social
The Granby Bay Night Sohools
will terminate their season's activities on Monday evening when
they will be hosts to their friends
at an At Home in the Gymnasium.
Samples of work executed by the
pupils will be exhibited. Various
classes will be shown in aotion.
Refreshments will be served and
musio and dancing will terminate
the evening's enjoyment.
Sacred Cantata Will Be
Held On Thursday
Evening
A sacred oantata, "Olivet to Calvary," will be given at the Elks'
Hall on Thursday evening by a
number of the leading soloists of
Anyox. Tho Cantata is one of the
most beautiful sacred musical productions and will be enjoyed by
those who appreciate sacred music
and singing. It will be rendered
by the following well known soloists: Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Messrs.
W. F. Eve, S. B. Roberts and N.
R. Redman.
Following is the preface of the
Cantata:
"Olivet to Calvary" recalls simply and reverently the scenes
which mark the last few days of
the Saviour's life on earth,
and some reflections suggested
thereby. The rejoioing of the
multitude with hosannas and
palms, the view of Jerusalem from
the steep of Olivet, the lament over
the beautiful city, the scene in the
Temple, and the lonely walk* haek
over the mount at night, form the
chief features of the first part.
Part two opens with the Supper
of the Passover, at which Jesus
washes His disciples' feet and gives
to His friends the new commandment of love for one another as a
sign of true discipleship. From
this the scene passes to the infinite
pathos of the Garden of Gethsem
ane, the sudden appearance of the
hostile crowd, Jesus forsaken by
His disciples, His utter loneliness
among ruthless foes, the tumult
before Pilate in the Judgement
Hall, the Passage of the Cross, the
The Annual Report of
Premier Co. Shows
Drop in Earnings
Premier Gold Mining Co. Ltd.
reports total earnings for 1930
before deducting administration
expense, taxes, depreciation, depletion and Prosperity amortization were $1,318,962.6? compared
with $1,685,879,93. Earnings
from the Premier mine itself after
deducting in both years the earnings from Prosperity and miscellaneous profits were $1,072,092.37
for 1930 compared with $1,553,-
131.73 for 1929.
As explained by H. A. Guess,
vice-president and managing director, the decline was due chiefly to
the drop of approximately 15c. per
ounce in the average price of silver
in 1930 compared with 1929. This
decrease in silver price represented
a cut of approximately $390,000 in
net returns upon the 1930 production of Premier Mine.
The financial statement reveals
that of the $1,050,773.43 distributed to shareholders for the year,
$6,831.54 was from earnings and
the balance a "return of capital
accrued through the reserve accounts set up for ore depletion and
depreciation." Generous depletion
and depreciation allowances were
made for the year bringing the
total to $11,696,402.56.
Ore reserves were 49,831 tons
less in Premier Mine at the end of
1930 than at the end of 1929 and
although the report says efforts will
be continued to prolong the life of
the mine no encouragement is held
out in this direction, the ore-shoot
having been found to be bottomed
vary.
Birth at Anyox
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Busutil,
at the Anyox General Hospital, on
Monday, March 23rd. a son.
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings
left Alice Arm on Monday for
Prince Rupert after spending the
winter months here. During his
stay here Rev. Jennings has been
in charge of the Anglican Church.
A new launch has been constructed
at Prince Rupert for the Anglioan
Church North Coast Mission, and
Mr. Jennings is anxious to be at
Prince Rupert when the engine is
installed.
Footballers Will  Hold
Meeting
Anyox footballers and their
supporters will meet in the Reoreation Hall on Monday evening
at 7.30 for the purpose of making
plans for the coming season. It is
desired that all those interested
iu football be present if possible.
tragedy and triumph of the Cal-l .""ffhtly above the fifth level except
Mrs. L. O'Connor, accompanied
by her three children, and her
mother, Mrs. Dale, left Alioe Arm
on Monday for her home at Red
Deer, Alberta. Mrs. O'Connor has
resided at Alice Arm for the past
six years, and unfortunately lost
her husband in the Bonanza disaster last November. She leaves
the distriot with the best wishes
of a host of friends.
at the western end where 12,000 to
20,000 tons were uncovered.
Other features of the report were
that Prosperity yielded net returns
of $201,802.83 before deduction of
taxes, depreciation and ore depletion. At the date of the report,
February 27, silver was at the low
point of 26c. and Mr. Guess stated
that operations at Prosperity might
be suspended or its output withheld
from sale until the price recovered.
Porter-Idaho started shipments
in June and yielded net returns of
$48,442.65 before deduction of
taxes, depreciation and ore depletion.
As Silverado was abandoned by
Premier during the year, speculative interest for the future, appears
to center upon the Lakeview pro-
Continued on Page 2 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, March 28, 1931
The Aunual Report of
Premier Co. Shows
Drop in Earnings
Continued from Page 1
perty and the Toburn Gold Mines
Ltd., the company recently formed
to take over the Tough Oakes-
Bumside property, in Ontario.
Work at the Lakeview claims is in
its   initial   stages. ,  The   Ontario
project is referred to by Mr. Guess
as "frankly a speculative venture
but as such was considered by your
management and your directors as
attractive."
Extracts from the official report
follow:
"In the Premier mine itself the
development work during the past
year evidenced still further, the fact
that broadly speaking the ore-shoot
bottomed as regards commercial
values slightly above the fifth level,
even though at its eastern end, ore
of profitable grade did persist down
to the sixth level to the extent of
12,000 tons and possibly ultimately
20,000 tons or thereabout. But
underground exploration and development above the 5th level,
more particularly in the footwall
of the main ore body, continued
fairly scccessful during 1930 in the
way of finding and opening up various spur and stringer veins
aggregating a substantial tonnage
of profitable ore.
"During the year 1930, 256,836
tons dry weight with an average
assay content of 0.36 ounces in
gold and tl.l ounces silver, were
mined and at the end of 1930 the
combined broken and unbroken ore
reserves of your Premier mine were
49,831 tons less than at the end of
1929. This means that 207,005
tons of new ore were found and
opened up during 1930. This new
ore compares with the exploratory
results in 1929 when 229,805 tons
were thus found, and it represents
the results of the continued efforts
of your mining staff at Premier in
their endeavor to prolong the life
of your property.
"The estimated ore reserves as
at December 31, 1930, are as follows:
"Ore broken in stopes 286,535
tons averaging 0.34 ounces gold
and 10.00 ounces silver. With
gold at $20 per ounce and silver at
25c. per ounce  this,  represents a
Very Small Decline In Export
Lumber
Vancouver—Water borne shipments of lumber from British Columbia ports during 1930 amounted
to 712,299,557 board feet, a decline
of only 11.1 per cent compared
with the previous year's output of
801,518,422 feet, whereas exports
from the states of Washington and
Oregon declined 23.3 per cent and
20 per cent respectively.
gross value of $9.30 per ton.
"Assured and probable unbroken
ore down to the sixth level of the
present mine workings amounts to
82,670 tons averaging 0.43 ounces
gold and 7.30 ounces silver. With
gold at $20 per ounce and silver at
25c. per ounce this represents a
gross value of $10.42 per ton.
The total of the above estimates
of broken and unbroken ore reserves down to the sixth level of
the present mine workings is 369,-
205 tons, averaging 0.36 ounces in
gold and 9.40 ounces silver. With
gold at $20 per ounce and silver at
25c. per ounce, this represents a
gross value of $9.55 per ton.
"For purposes of comparison the
ore reserves as given in the last annual report as of December 31,
1929 were: 419,036 tons averaging
0.36 ounces gold and 9.86 ounces
silver.
"It may be of interest as a
matter of record to note that from
the commencement of regular production by your company until
December 31, 1930, which represents a period of eleven years and
one month, the total tons mined
and milled and/or shipped from
Premier Mine were 1,869,268.
Total production of metals for the
same period was 1,119,096 ounces
of gold and 29,296,769 ounces of
silver. The total profits after deducting taxes but before deduction
of depreciation and ore depletion
charges were $19,225,522.17 after
writing off during the year $181,239
Silverado investment, and $200,000
of th'e Porter-Idaho investment.
"The distributions to shareholders for the same period including the last distribution declared
in December, 1930, and paid January 3, 1931, have aggregated $15,-
313,890.61."
Preparing for Taking The
Census
There will be fifty six enumer
ation divisions, each with its own
separate enumerator, in Skeena
riding, D. C. Stuart, census commissioner for the riding, announces. Prince Rupert will have eight
enumeration divisions.
The official time for the census is
at midnight between May 31 and
June 1 and the census must be
completed within thirty days.
The count will include population, farmers, head of stock, businesses and a mass of other detail.
Mr. Stuart is already starting
his organization for the taking of
the count.
"When water becomes ice,"
said the professor, "what is the
greatest change that takes place?"
"The price, sir."
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FINE OLD NAVY
(Ask the Sailors)
GOLDEN GROVE
(Ask the Doctors)
. Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
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Men's Dress Shoes
Don't hesitate to call on us when in need of a pair of first-
class Dress Shoes or Oxfords
We have a wide range of Men's Oxfords in the latest
styles, in both black and tan, at prices ranging from
$6.25 to $8.50. Also Men's Dress Shoes, in black and
tan, priced from $5.50 to $9.50.
LEW LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
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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 stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER A,iceAm
GENERAL MERCHANT
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Picture Show for 25c,
Commencing with the advent of the Talkies, which
date is August 30th., members of the Anyox Community League, will be allowed admission to one picture
show each month, on the presentation of their membership card, showing dues paid to date, for the price of
25c.   This arrangement to be in lieu of past free show.
FREE SERVICES TO MEMBERS ARE:
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
To keep these going we need your membership and your patronage   .
BEER
vJi-D Milwaukee Bock Beer it the yearly triumph of a Matter
Brewer I Aged for an unusually long period . .. flavored to tempt
the most discriminating palate Old Milwaukee Bock Beer li truly
the brewer's spring treat.
Old Milwaukee Bock Beer may be obtained in bottles or on
draught at all Government Liquor Stores or Licensed Premises
on and after April 1st, 1931, until the supply Is exhausted.
Place your order early. Have a case sent to your home.
Deliveries free I
Made in British Columbia Hy BtUUh Columbia Workmen
Product  of COAST  BREWERIES  LIMITED
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. ALICE   ARM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD,  Saturday, Maroh 28, 1931
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25,000 Men Employed
On Relief Work
Victoria, March 21—Records of
the Unemployment Committee of
the Executive Council show that
during the past fall and winter
25,000 men have been employed on
rfelief work for longer and shorter
periods. This has been accomplished by alternating the work in
periods so as to give everyone a
chance as nearly as possible to
secure a certain amount. Employment has been practically all on
road jobs and provincial operations
of various kinds.
Tenders Called For Bridge
Near Prince George
Victoria, March 21—Tenders are
being called by the Public Works
Department for a new bridge over
the Nechako near Prince George to
replace the present structure. As
this connects the road to Summit
Lake the starting point of the
water route to Peace River, it is
considered of importance to build
up good communications at this
time.
Sherritt-Gordon Decides To
Operate
Directors of Sherritt-Gordon
Mines last wuek decided that, in
spite of the existing low prices of
metals, the mine would be put into
production, starting wifh one unit
of the mill.
Urges Increased Tax On Fuel
Oil to Protect Coal
Increased tariff on imported fuej
oil and a new tax on residue of
crude oil used for refining in the
province is the purport of legislation which George S. Pearson,
Liberal member for Namaimo,
asked the Legislature' to use its
influence with the federal government to bring to pass.
Mr. Pearson painted a picture of
severe distress in the coal working
areas this winter, instancing Nanaimo where he said 800 miners
were now employed part time as
against 2500 not many years ago.
Conference Asks For Police
Consolidation
Nationalization of all police
forces in the Dominion was urged
at a conference of representatives
of the Canadian Police Association
last week with the Minister of Justice at Ottawa.
Under the proposed plan municipal and federal forces would be
consolidated under one head, possibly a deputy minister with headquarters at Ottawa.
A police college for the training
of all prospective officers would be
provided for under the scheme.
"In the time of trial," inquired
the speaker, what brings us the
greatest comfort?"
"An acquittal" interrupted a man
at the back of the hall.
PRINTING
THE LUBRICANT OF THE
: WHEELS OF INDUSTRY :
The Herald Job Printing department is
equipped to handle any class of work
:   :   •  Promptly and Efficiently :   :   :
Posters
Billheads.
Letterheads
Office Forms
Business Jarcls
Admission Tickets
Booklets
Envelopes
Programmes
Visiting Cards
Invitation Cards
and Announcements
Are among the many forms of Printing
handled by the Herald Office
During the past ten years the Herald
Printing has won an enviable  record
OUR MOTTO:
PROMPTITUDE, FIRST-CLASS WORK
AND A FAIR PRICE
Bore: "You know, I'm funny,
always throw myself into anything
1 undertake."
Pretty Girl: "How splendid!
Why don't you dig a well?"
The paper says at present you
can buy $1.25 worth of anything
for a dollar, but the catch is that
vou have to have the dollar.
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Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
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Post Office Building, Alice Arm
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Business Lots from $200 to
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Residential Lots from $50
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Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cat any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
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CAFE
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Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
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This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by tlie Government of British Columbia. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, March 28, 1931
You Can't Afford To
Miss "Grumpy"
Tonight
What George Arliss was to
"Disraeli" and "The Green Goddess," Cyril Maude is to "Grumpy."
The famous old play, built
around the character of a cantankerous, but inwardly softhearted
old man, has become the sucoess
that it has been for the past 17
years because Cyril Maude made
it so.
Maude is one of England's
greatest actors. He spent 46 years
of his life in the theatre as producer, owner and actor. He re
tired four years ago from active
stage work, but Paramount persuaded him to appear once more in
the renowned role of "Grumpy"—
this time, of courso, on the talking
screen.
And so "Grumpy" comes to tho
Anyox Theatre on Saturday, the
same "Grumpy" who has delighted
young aud old in all the English-
speaking countries of the world.
The story deals with a robbery
which is committed in "Grumpy's"
home, and the subsequent detective
work of the old man iu tracking
down tlie culprit. After a series
of amnsiug and exciting adventures, the cranky but crafty aud
kindly Grumpy oatches the robber
and regains the lost diamond.
ANYOX NOTES
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Get On The Voters' List
All persons eligible to vote are
reminded that next Saturday,
April 4th is the last day on which
you can make your application to
get on the Voters' List. Doit now.
Tom Mcintosh was a southbound passenger on Wednesday.
Mrs. Young and two ohildren
left on Wednesday for the south.
J. N. Brownlioand J. C. Bi»g-
ham left for the south on Wednesday.
Mrs. M. Anderson left on Wednesday for the south.
Constable Flinton arrived on
Wednesday from the south and
left again the same evening, escorting a prisoner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bopp were
southbound passengers on Monday
for Vancouver.
C. A. Pine arrived in town on
Wednesday.
Mrs. J. Jeffrey and family arrived home on Monday after spending several months iu Vancouver.
Among those arriving from Vancouver on Monday, were: H. E.
Goldburn, D. McLean, W. Webster.
Mrs. M. Anderson arrived from
Prince Rupert on Monday.
Chas. Clay, who has been in ill
health for some time, returned or.
Monday from Prince Rupert.
Passengers on Monday from
Prince Rupert, included G. Kerr,
W. Lang, M. Wass»rman, J. C.
Bingham, E. Smith. W. Campbell.
N. McQuarrie, left on Monday
for Vancouver, and it is probable
that he will make his future home
iu the south. Mr. McQuarrie has
been a resident of Anyox for a
number of years, and his many
friends were sorry to see him leave
the camp, but hope that some day
he will again return.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting of all kinds promptly
and efficiently executed at very
moderate prices. Miss R. Dunwoodie, Straw Boss Alley, Anyox,
B.C.
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:    Oppoiite Liquor Store
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meals every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, m Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
■ The Anyox Amateur Orchestra
gave a very enjoyable concert at
the Mine Hall on Sunday evening,
A large number were present, and
the excellent Concert was very
much enjoyed by the appreciative
audience.
MINERAL ACT
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE
| "Bunker Hill No. 1," "Bunker Hill
Fraction," "Gouger" and "Rocket"
Mineral Claims, situate in the Naas
River Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located:—On Granite Creek,
about 7 miles from Alice Arm.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. B. Bower, F. M. C. 62146-C, agent for Joseph
E. Trethewey F. M. C. 35277-D, Will
iam Gray F. M. 0. 35278-D, and Robert W. Harris F. M. C. No. 35279-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 29th. day of October,
A. D. 1930.
W. B. BOWER. Agent.
British Columbia
Department of Mines
NOTICE!
You are invited to apply to the De-
partment of Mines,   Victoria, B.C.,
for the latest authoritative information
regarding   mining   development   m
British Columbia.
Annual Reports, Bulletins and Maps are
available free of charge, upon application to
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, B. C.
For Results,  Advertise  in  tke
Herald
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Radio!
It's Here
The New 11-Tube Philco
Superheterodyve—Plus
How about your old set?
Enquire as to trade-in
value
For full information,  see
write or phone
L. H. McKAY
Anyox, B. C.
P. 0. Box 23 Phone 257
**:.
FOR  SALE
I have to offer, fruit trees, shrubs,
etc. On hand are assortments of
apple, cherry, pe^r, plum and nut
trees. In shrubs: Lilac, spirea,
holly, laurel, roses, peonies, etc.,
and will procure any further re
qnirements from the B. C. Nur i
series at Vancouver prices, no
freight charges added. Also a few
English (lower seeds.
W. B. BOWER
Advertise in the Herald
PRINCE  RUPERT   ASSESSMENT
DISTRICT
NOTICE is hereby given that all
assessed taxes on land levied under
the "Taxation Act" and all school
taxes levied under the "Public Schools
Act" are due and payable on April 1st,
1931.
All taxes dh income shall be deemed
to be due and payable on the date on
which the notice of assessment thereof is given to the taxpayer.
All taxes due and collectable for the
Prince Rupert Assessment District
are payable at my office in the Court
House Prince Rupert, B, C.
This notification is equivalent to a
personal demand by me for the pay
ment of all taxes as levied on the
assessment rolls. No further notice
will be given and taxpayers are requested to see that their taxes are
promptly paid.
Dated at Prince Rupert, B.C. March
11th.1931.
A. .T. LANCASTER,
Collector,
Dry Goods Department
Kayser Hose, the best on the market. 105x in colors of gun metal, atmosphere, aurora,
beachskin, caravan, Juno, Diana, cascade, rose taupe, Sahara and sonata. These shades
are suitable for street and evening wear.    Sizes 8£, 9, 94, 10.    Price per pair $1.95.
These are an extra fine quality of semi-service and a very good wearing hose.
140x San Sheen.   Very sheer, dull finish, chiffon hose.   Suitable for street and evening
wear.   Colors atmosphere, aurora, beachskin, caravan, cascade, Diana, gun m»tal, Juno,
rose taupe and sonata.   Sizes 8j, 9, 9j, 10,   Price $1.95 per pair.
DRUG DEPARTMENT
- EASTER -
Easter Boxed Chocolates, price     75c, $1.50, $2.50
Cream Easter Eg£9, assorted sizes, price per pound 40c.
Easter Chooolate Novelties, price 5o. to 65c.
SPRING BLOOD TONICS
If you take a good blood tonio now, you will escape those unsightly eruptions of the
skin so prevalent at this season of the year.
Burdock Blood Bitters, Bottle $1.25       Sulphur and Cream of Tarter. Pkg.. .25c.
Sulphur and Cream of Tarter tablets, Box, 25c.     Sulphur and Molasses. Bottle- -30c.
Shoe Dept
Try a pair of our "Williams Special"
school boots for boys. These are made
of. good quality material, which is not
too heavy and yet will stand hard wear.
Sizes 1 to 5.    Price $3.50-
Boys' rubbers with red sole, either storm
or low front.   Sizes 1 to 5.   Price $1.25.
Boys9 Dept
CORD   PANTS
Boys' light brown heavy corduroy pants,
made in the new "Toreador" style,
which does away with braces or belt.
Sizes 22, 24, 25 and 26. Price only
$2.50.
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
Well, there's no snow on the tennis court, so I guess we'll have an early start at the
game.   The evenings are gradually beooming longer and the days warmer.   Now is the
time to start thinking about tennis.   Our selecti jii of racquets are now on display.
We have all grades, from the .inexpensive beginner's raoquet to the models used by
professionals.   The prioes are just the same as the city.   Come in and make your
selection early and be assured of the racquet you want.
GRANBY   STORES
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