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A little paper
with air the
news and a big
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.
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VOL. 9,   NO. 34
Alice Arm, B. O, Saturday, March 29, 1930
5 cents each.
Much Business Disposed
At P. T. A.
On Monday evening the Anyox
P. T. A. held the March meeting
which was postponed from the
17th. Some new members were
An address by Mr. Fred Graham
on First Aid and its application to
school, was the main item on the
educational part of the program.
Mr. John Gillies was heard in two
pleasing piano solos.
At the preceding business meeting, the Treasurer reported a profit
of $188.90 on the picture show and
candy selling. Members were requested to consider how this money
might best be spent. >
Discussion of the coming convention led to motions authorizing
the payment of Federation dues,
and requesting former members
now residing in Vancouver to function as delegates of this association. Ten dollars was voted to
defray the expenses of delegates.
The ladies who will be requested
to act are Mrs. Selfe, Mrs. McKay
and Mrs. McAlister.
Votes of thanks were passed to
the committee in charge of the
motion picture performance; to the
officials of the Community League
and to those who contributed to
the programme. To the latter,
letters of appreciation were also
directed to be sent. Miss Violet
Scott and Mr. Fred Calderoni received prizes for having sold the
greatest number of theatre tickets
for the benefit performance.
Walked From Meziadin Lake
to Alice Arm in 3 Days
James Nick, who has spent the
past eight months at Aiyansh and
Meziadin Lake for the Northern
Power Corporation, arrived home
on Sunday. He snow-shoed the
whole distance from Meziadin
Lake, covering it in three days.
He slept in the woods three nights.
The journey was a remarkable feat
at this time of the year, but Nick
is a first-class musher on the trail
and few oan keep his pace. Two
years ago he walked from Alice
Arm to Stewart, spent a few days
there and was back within a week.
Successful Sale of Work
The   Anyox    Company of   Girl
Guides led by  Miss   Keith   held a
I successful sale of work on Saturday
afternoon last in  the  gymnasium.
Over $100 was realized.
Anyox I. 0. D. E. Hold
Monthly Meeting
The first monthly meeting of the
Collison of Kincolith Chapter,
I. O. D. E. was held in the basement of the United Church, on
Tuesday, March 4th. Various
plans were formed for carrying on
business for the year. These were
tabled until the next meeting.
Mrs. Wynne, educational secretary
reported arrival of pictures for the
Anyox Schools. A request was
made for the renewal of subscriptions for the Illustrated London
News supplied to the schools.
This was granted.
Mrs. J. A. D. Stewart was elected as corresponding secretary in
the place of Mrs. A. S. Baillie, who
has resigned. A hearty vote of
thanks was extended to Mrs.
Baillie for her work during her
term of office.
A hearty vote of thanks was also
extended to Mrs. J. Cody and committee for their work in connection
with the social evening held after
the annual meeting.
The next general meeting will be
held on April 7th. at 8.30 p.m. in
the basement of the United
At the close of the meeting tea
was served by Mesdames J.
Wynne, M. A. Wynne, G. Warwick.
League Council Holds
Lengthy Session
The Community League Council
held a lengthy session on Wednesday eveuing. Much of the time
wasgiven to a conference with a
deputation from the Mine Club.
The visitors, Messrs. Porteous,
Doelle and Kirkwood explained the
need for more money for community work in the Mine area. No
decision was reached.
The hardy annual argument over
tennis club fees was only begun
and will continue. In the meantime the courts will be put into
playing condition by the Community League.
A library service to Bonanza
will be inaugurated.
Turning to the question of talking pictures, the Council found
that over six thousand dollars
would likely be involved. A policy
of economy in other lines was indicated.
The project for opening the pool
room as a men's club on Sundays
has been dropped. Commissioner
McMullin of the Provincial Police
had written, stating the law in
such matters.
United Church Concert
Very Successful
Last Friday evening the United
Church concert afforded an excellent evening's entertainment.
Much credit is due the committee in charge for the smooth
succession of the numbers. Those
taking part also received many
compliments on the manner in
which they carried out their parts.
To judge from the well filled house
the concert was also successful
Following is the programme:
Overture, Humors of Donny-
brook, Orchestra.
Vocal Solo, B. Ridley.
Duet, Evans and Owen.
Piano Solo, Mrs. J. McMillan.
Monologue, Miss B. Fyle.
Highland Fling. Miss Nan Dunn
Musical Sketch, "Apartments to
Overture. Songs of the Old
Folks," Orchestra.
Clog Dance, J. Tierney.
■ Duet, Mr. aftdMrnrJ. Dewar.
Reading, S. Barclay.
Violin Solo, C. Dennis.
Sketch, "Good Medicine."
The National Anthem.
Anyox  Orchestra Will
Give Concert
The Anyox Amateur Orchestra
will hold another of their popular
Sunday  evening concerts tomorrow.   It will commence at 9 p.m.
prompt.    On   this   oooasion   Mr.
Ross Oatman will be conductor.
The programme will be as follows:
March, "Joy to the World."
Overture. "Lustspiel."
Trombon'e Solo,  "Teddy Trombone, by Austin Lindgren.
Waltz, "Love's Young Dream".
Overture, "Jolly Robbers."
Song, "On the Road to Manda-
lay. by W. T. Stenton.
Overture, "The Prinoe's Dream."
March, "Coaching Club."
Selection, "The Merry Widow."
Finale, "Colonel Bogey."
"God Save the King.
4 Men Drowned Near
Prince Rupert
Prince Rupert, Mar. 27—Four
men were drowned near here
today when a skiff overturned.
There names are M. J. Waterman,
L. Wade, D. H. Pierce, and W.
Neilson. Pierce is a son of the
Rev. Pierce of the United Church
at Port Essington. They met their
deaths at Falls River near where
the Northern Power Corporation
is constructing a power house.
Consolidated Will Not
Build Smelter
Montreal, March 28—The Annual Report of the Consolidated
Mining, and Smelting Co. was
published today. In referring to
operations of the company on the
B. C. coast, President J. Warren
stated that the Big Missouri was a
most promising prospect.
He also stated that the development work done on copper proper
ties tributary to tidewater did not
at present justify the construction
of a copper smelter and refinery.
Development at Coast Copper
property on Vancouver IslanjJ. .indicates that sufficient tonnage has
been developed to warrant provid
ing transportation and the installation of a concentrating mill.
Shareholders will be asked to ratify an increase in the directorate,
from 11 to 15. The new directors
will include R. R. Bruce, Victoria
and Mr. Blake Wilson, Vancouver.
Toric Ore Body Widens
With Depth
Latest advices from the Toric
mine from reliable sources, although
not official, state that the crosscut
tunnel being driven from the bot
torn of the shaft is disclosing much
good ore. The crosscut has been
driven over 80 feet and the ore
body has not yet been cut through
Which indicates that the ore obtains
greater width with depth. Some of
the ore is said to be of a very high
With the price of silver slowly
improving, the outlook for Alice
Arm continues to be ever brighter.
Jimmy Lands Big Fish
Little Jimmy Dunn is credited with
catching a salmon this week. After
Jimmy had lugged home the prize it
was found to weigh 35 lbs.
The Board of Stewards of the United Church wish to thank all who
in any way contributed to the success
of the recent concert.
A meeting of the Anyox Community League Tennis Club will
bs held at the Recreation Hall, on
Friday, April 4th. at 8 p.m.
Mrs. M. Studdy of Alice
Arm Passes
A cloud of sorrow was thrown
over the town of Alice Arm on
Wednesday, when the news arrived
from Anyox that Mrs. M. Studdy
had passed away at the hospital
there that morning. The cause of
death was due to complications
caused by an attack of influenza.
Deceased had suffered from a
chill and influenza a week previous
to her admittance to hospital. On
Sunday she had a turn for the
worse, and was rushed by special
boat to Anyox, but she never rallied
and passed peacefully away shortly
after 7 a.m. on Wednesday.
The late Mrs. Studdy was born
in the United States, and was 42
years of age. She leaves to mourn
her loss, a husband, Mr. J. C.
Studdy of Alice Arm, two daughters, Lois and Florence, both of
whom are taking high school
courses here, and a son John, who
is attending public school. She
also leaves a father, and a sister
and brother, all of Iowa, U.S.A.
During the past nineteen years,
Mrs. Studdy had resided in the
north, at Prince Rupert, Aiyansh,
and Alice Arm. The largest portion of the time being spent at
Aiyansh. She had been a resident
of Alice Arm for the past eighteen
During her residence here Mrs.
Studdy won a host of friends in
addition to those throughout the
north. Her quiet, cultured, unassuming and courteous manner
made her one of the most popular
ladies of the town. She was an
ideal citizen, a woman of whom any
community might well be proud,
and her untimely passing is a loss
that is regretted.
The sympathy of the entire community is extended to her sorrowing husband and family, during
their sad bereavement.
The funeral will be held at Alice
Arm, tomorrow afternoon, Rev.
W. B. Jennings of the Anglican
Mission boat, Northern Cross, officiating. Service will be held at 1
p.m., interment following.
Neil Forbes left Alice Arm on
Wednesday for the Taku oountry.
He was met at Anyox by Dan McVicar and they will go north together. Neil staked claims in the
Taku last fall in company with
Wm. McFarlane.
Conservatives Meet Tuesday
A public meeting will be held in
the Elks' Dugout on Tuesday,
April 1st., at 8 p.m. for the purpose of electing new officers for the
ensuing year, and the discussion of
general business.
Advertise in the Herald ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  March 29th, 1930
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Contract Hates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher,
The most interesting legislation
introduced this session of Parliament at Ottawa, apart from that
dealing with vital national problems, is a bill introduced by the
Solicitor-General, which would include all the Northwest Territories
in the Yukon electoral district. If
it becomes law the next member
for the Yukon will represent a
larger constituency than any other
elected representative on earlh.
It will be 100 times larger than all
Belgium, six times as large as
France and more than ten times as
large as England, Scotland, Ireland
and Wales. Its area in square
miles will be 1,242,224.
The Yukon, already one of the
largest electoral districts known,
contains 207,076 square miles and
over 1,000,000 square miles will
be added to it. It will stretch
from the Atlantic to the Pacific
and from the present northerly
limits of the provinces to the North
pole. The area which it is proposed to link with the Yukon for
electoral purposes contains 475
whites, 3,800 Indians, 7,100 Eskimo and 3,000 half-breeds. The
returning officer, the bill points
out, would have to operate from
the Yukon by airplane, and the
candidates, presumably, would
have to adopt the same plan.
Otherwise it would require years,
instead of weeks to cover the
ground. A vigorous battle over
the measure is forecast when it
comes up for second reading.
Captain George Black, present
member for the Yukon, will probably move an amendment that the
territory be added to Prince Albert, represented by the Prime
Minister, or to Edmonton West,
represented by Hon. Charles
Stewart, the Minister of Interior.
Evidence of the magnitude of
the liquor manufacturing industry
in Canada under provincial control of sales has been supplied in
conjunction with legislation proposed to curtail bootlegging from Canada to the United States. The
government action it is said, will
reduce federal excise income by
Spring Schedule C. N.
Steamships Delayed
The Herald is in receipt of a
letter from R. F. MoNaughton,
district passenger agent, in connection with the changing of the
schedule of the C. N. Steamships.
It is as follows:
Owing to uiiforseen delays to the
repairs and overhaul of the Steamship Prince Rupert, it will be necessary to delay the re-entry of this
vessel into service for another two
weeks. Consequently the Steamship Prince Charles for those trips,
and spring schedule insofar as
Anyox is concerned, will not, therefore commence until Wednesday,
April 9th., with the Steamship
Prince George arriving at Anyox
from the south at 11 p.m. and
leaving at 12 midnight, and the
Steamship Prince Rupert arriving
lirst trip, Saturday, April 12th,
and each Saturday thereafter at(
11 p.m. and leaving at 12 midnight for Prince Rupert and Vanoouver, via Stewart.
The head of the provincial police
in British Columbia Col. J. H.
McMullin, will in future be known
as commissioner instead of superintendent, according to legislation
which has been approved by the
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
The oldest Financial Oflice in Northern B. C.
Road  Appropriations  For
Northern Districts
Highway maintenance estimates
brought down in the legislature
last week by Hon. N. S. Lougheed,
minister of finance, include the
following appropriations for northern ridings:
Prince Rupert—27,000.
Fort George-$81,000.
The largest vote in the province
went to Kaslo-Slocan riding which
received $90,000.
Vancouver Has  Big
One of the largest terminal grain
elevators in the world has recently
been put into operation at Vancouver by the Alberta Wheat Pool.
It has a capacity of 5,150.000 bush
els and is known as Vancouver
Pool Elevator No. 1.
between six and nine millions a
year, and will impose certain new
charges in enforcement. It may,
of course, be killed in the Senate.
The government, by filling existing
vacancies in the Senate could control it and ensure passage of its
measures, but there are no indications the appointments will be
made until the eve of an election.
The Federal revenue from the
liquor business now exceeds
$55,000,000 a year, exclusive of
sales tax.
Advertise in the Herald
Powder. Caps, Fuse, Steel and Tools.    Rain test Clothing,
Stanfield's Underwear, Hand-made Boots.   A full line of
Quality Groceries for Mining needs.
Alice Arm
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Posters   Letterheads
Envelopes    Billheads
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Etc.   Etc.
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Alice Arm
If you want a contest you can get it by supporting the
A. C. L. and its Committees, which manage the
various recreations; And if, instead of playing, you
prefer to talk a good game, you can ensure that there
will be plenty to discuss if you
Your Spring Suit
You can look smart this coming spring by purchasing
one of our Ready-to-Wear Suits. We have a large
stock of the latest styles and patterns to choose from.
The material is of the highest grade.
Call and Inspect our Wide Range
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
# "White Empresses',' to Call at Honolulu.
tlonolulu, famous for its lovely Hawaiian dancers,
its •splendid-physiqued  swimmers,   wreaths* of
flowers, Waikiki Beach and lordly Diamond Head
that flings its crest high in proud greeting or dignified farewell, is now to be added to the westward
route of the famous Canadian Pacific liners—the
White Empresses that long ago gained for Canada
the Blue Ribbon for speed on the Pacific.
Starting December 7th from Victoria and Vancouver the Empress of Canada, which has just returned to service after being equipped with the
fastest and most powerful engines on the Pacific,
will inaugurate the new service and will call at
Honolulu six days later.
Glimpses of some of the features of the Island
Paradise of the Pacific" are shown above, with (left)
the giant prow of the 21,500 ton Empress of Canada.
Behind the flower-decked maidens may be discerned
the stately outlines of Diamond Head, famous in
song and story. At the right is the Aloha Tower of
the docks, that spells a Hawaiian welcome to the
Passengers to the Orient by the new Canadian
Pacific service will be given the opportunity of staying over for the next ship or of paying a visit during
the twelve hours the Empresses remain in Honolulu.
Visitors to the Islands who plan to leave Jack Frost
behind have many options for their return voyage.
Several lines have co-operated with the^Canadian
company,.and, after a long lazy winter on the sands
of Waikiki Beach, travellers may return to Vancouver by the Canadian Australasian Royal Mall
Line direct, or may come back by a Matson Line
steamer to Portland. Seattle or San Francisco, or to
Los Angeles by the Los Angeles Steamship Company. ^>
ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday,  March 29th, 1930
London  Outlook   For
Silver Brighter
LONDON—The fall in silver
bullion below 19 pence per ounce to
a new low level for the period is
still ascribed to the decision of the
Indian Government to impose an
import duty on silver. This in turn
gave rise to rumours that the Chinese Government was contemplating
similar action. Nevertheless, in
spite of the depressed condition of
the silver market and the generally
gloomy views expressed concerning
its fall, belief seems to be held in
some good quarters that the Indian
duty will not seriously diminish imports of silver into that country.
It was also pointed out this week
that cofidence in the silver market
may be in some measure restored,
because the value of the large orders
of silver now held in India would be
automatically increased by the amount of the tax. Although the silver market has very few friends at
the moment, recovery is generally
looked for when it becomes more
widely realized that the Indian tax
may not He so severe a blow as was
at first believed.
"To what do you owe your extraordinary success as a house to
house salesman?"
"To the first five words I utter
when a woman opens the door—
Miss, is your mother in?"
Be sure you're right and then go
ahead and tell the critics to seek a
warmer climate.
Legislature   Prorogued
On Tuesday
The seventeenth session of the
British Columbia Legislature was
formally closed on Tuesday by the
administrator, Chief Justice J. A.
Macdonald, after working 41 days,
marked by the passage of 82 new
laws and effecting drastic changes
in the whole legislative framework
of the province.
Just before the close of the session the Gasoline Tax Bill was
passed by a division of twenty-
six to nine, all the Liberal mein
bers voted against it.
2,400 People Converse With Ease Through
a Small Lead Tube
"By careful selection or the character of colonists we can place ln
Canada we help in the development
of the Dominion," Col. J. S. Dennis,
former chief commissioner of Colonization and Development, Canadian Pacific Railway, and now acting In an advisory capacity to the
department, said on sailing trom
Saint John recently on a trip of inspection to Great Britain and Bur-
ope. He will discuss certain
agreements between the British
Government and the C. P. R. regarding movement and placing of
British colonists in Canada
Canadians drink nearly 100 per
cent, more milk than they did in
11)21. The per capita consumption
is about one pint per day, or 470.8
pounds, per year, compared with
about one-half pint per head of
population in 1921. The milk consumption in the United States is
about 458 pounds per capita per
year or less than a pint per day
per person. Canadians eat more
butter than the people of any other
country in the world—29.31 pounds
per capita per annum—an increase
from 25.79 pounds since 1921. Their
appetite for ice cream has increased
from 5.26 pints in 1921 to 7.04 pints
in 1938. and the per capita con-
••mption of cheese has risen from
" no "lis in 1S21 to 3.54 pounds.
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Oflice Building, Alice Arm
Winter Clothing
We carry a Full Line of Men's Clothing
for Winter Wear, including Mackinaw
Shirts and Pants, Waterproof Jumpers
and Overalls, Hats, Etc.
Alice Arm
Sailings from Anyox for Prince Rupert and Vancouver via Stewart euch Wednesday at 12.00
| For North and South  Queen Charlotte Islands
Trains leave Prince Rupert Monday, Wednesday, Saturday 11.30 a.m.,
for Jasper, Edmonton, Winnipeg, direct connections for all points
East and South,
For Atlantic Steamihip Sailings or further information, apply to an) Canadian
National Agent, or to R. F. McNAUGHTON, District Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert, B. C
Imagine the roar of 2,400 voices confined within the walls of one huge room!
V«* tiliSi a„ Vab4el°f conffion !f. *he People in that room should try to shout messages to each other?
Ja*.' 3ft lea,d *ube' *$* 2 V' Kche?ln dia™ter, 2,400 people may converse at the same time with
ease, without contusion and in strict privacy.
In the, Tr!!Llea1 t'?be4.(ilKSutrat?d I? secti?n above)is the C8s'ne of a telephone cahle manufactured
wirp* J?r.T™?X Plan\?f th? Northern.Electric Company, containing over 1,200 pair™of insulated
In thP ttrl CT •*? at^"e end Wlth a teiePhone instrument and at the other a central eXniS
In the large Canadian cities there are scores of such telephone cables. «*"»mi»
$50.00 REWARD
The British Columbia Board of
Examiners in Optometry will pay
fifty dollars for the conviction of
any person who practises Optometry in the Province without legal
authority; or of any person who
sells glasses from door to door, or
house to house, whether authorized
to practice Optometry or not.
Optometry is defined in the Optometry Act as:
"The prescription or adaptation
of lenses, prisms, or OCULAR
EXERCISES to correct defects
or abnormal conditions of the human eye, or to adjust the human
eye to the conditions of a special
The Act further provides, that:
'The use or test lenses, or trial
frames, or any other instrument or
device, to test the human eye,
shall be deemed prima facia evidence of having practised Optometry."
By order of the Board.
751 Granville St.
Vancouver, B. C.
W. A. WILSON, Proprietor
Dealers in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs
Equipped with  Modern  Cold Storage  Plant
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
Slab Wood Cat any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
British Columbia
Department of Mines
British Columbia, the Mineral Province of Canada,
has produced approximately $1,184,200,000.00 worth
of mineral products.
Mineral Production year 1928
Estimated Production year 1929
Now is available, and may be obtained,  together with
copies of the Annual  Reports,   Bulletins,  etc.,  upon
application to
—1 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday, March 29th, 1930
The Anyox Basketball
Schedules Completed
Basketball schedules were run
out on Wednesday, when the High
School girls captured the honors
in the contest with the Beach girls.
Both tennis put plenty of effort
into the game, mid all the way
through it was an even struggle.
Au extra basket in the last minute
swung the balance in favor of the
studsnts 8-6.
Beach: P. O'Neill-2, Mrs. Harman, Mrs. MoRostie-4, Mrs. Wenerstrom, T. Gordon, A. Kruzick.
Total 6.
School: M. Dresser, M. Cloke 6,
M. Marriott-2, L. Dresser, F. Dodsworth.   Total 8.
Referee: F. F. Brown.
To round out the programme,
the Mites and Midgets clashed in
the curtain raiser, the game going
to the former at 13 to 6.
The Celts engaged a picked
quintette from the other teams(
and were only two points short at
the final whistle.
Anyox: I)resser-4, Lazorek-8.
Mikeli-2, Kent, Steele-6.   Total 20.
Celts: Calderoni-10, Davis-4,
Armstrong 2, Dodsworth, Hill-2.
Total 18.
Card Party and Dance Held
At Alice_Arm
A very enjoyable card party and
dance was held at T. W. Falconer's
hall on Saturday evening-. Bridge
was played at six tables. The ladies
first pnze was won by Mrs. W M.
Cummings, and Mr. J. Trinder held
the highest score for the men.
Consolation prizes were awarded to
Mrs. 0. Evindson and Mr. W. M.
Cummings. Dancing followed for
a short period and an excellent
supper was served. The proceeds
were donated to the fund of the
Alice Arm Athletic Club.
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Pete Chenoski, W. Bagshaw, A.
A. Easson. H. Deeth and W.
Woods, who took an active part in
last night's smoker, arrived in
town on Wednesday.
L. J. Vogel arrived on Wednesday from the south.
Rev. B. llodson arrived from
the south on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehouse arrived from the south on Wednesday.
Among the arrivals Wednesday
were Mr. Watson, J. Hilditch, T.
Sanderson, M. Fyle, A. E. Cun-
nington, H. Wasson.
J. W. Bow of the Canadian Bank
of Commerco staff, left town on
Wednesday for a vacation spent
in the south.
Among the departures on Wednesday, were R. O'Hanley, G. Tinman, R. H. Archer, John Woods,
L. Robb.
Mrs. Roberts and ohild were
southbound passengers on Wednesday.
G. Walker, representing Petn-
bertons, arrived in town on Wednesday.
A. S. Baillie, auditor for the
Granby Co., who has been south
on business in connection with
ompany affairs, returned on the
Steamship Chilliwack on Tuesday.
He was on board the Steamship
Camosun when she ran on the
rocks on her way north.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Winkeltnann
and family, accompanied by Mrs.
Winklemann's mother, Mrs. M.
Perrie, were outward bound passengers      on    Wednesday's      boat.
George,' in departing expressed
thanks to all those who had helped
him in baseball and basketball
activities. The games benefitted by
his participation.
The Anyox Community League
Badminton Club will hold a tour
uament at the Gymnasium tomor
row afternoon.
The Managei—Brains count.
The champ's headwork saved him
from a knockout.
The Referee—Headwork? I
didn't see any. If I had I'd disqualified him for butting.
In the matter of the Administration
Act: and
In the Matter of the Estate of Henry
George Eade—Deceased   Intestate.
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Honor P. McB. Young,  the 14th.
day  of  March,  A. D.   1930,   I    was
appointed Administrator of the estate
of Henry George Eade, deceased, and
all parties having claims against the
said estate  are required  to furnish
same, properly verified, lo nie on pr
before the 24th. day of April, A.D.
1030, and all parties indebted to the
estate are required to pay the amount
of their indebtedness to me forthwith
Official Administrator,
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Dated the 21th. dav of March, A.D.
In the Matter of the Administration
Act: and
In the Matter of the Estate of Anton
Pavletich,-—Deceased Intestate,
TAKE NOTICE that by order of
His Honor, P. McB. Young, the 14th
day of March, A. D. 1980, I was
appointed Administrator ofthe estate
of Anton Pavletich, deceased, and
all parties having claims against
the said estate are hereby required to
furnish same, properly verified, to me
on or before the 24th. day of April,
A. D. 1930, and all parties indebted tn
tlie estate are required to pay thi
amount of their indebtedness to im
Official Administrator
Prince Rupert, B. O.
Dated the 21th. day of March, A.D.
Art Needle Work
D. M. C. Embroidery Thread, all
shades, 5 c.
Stamped   Pillow  Cases,   Luncheon
Sets, Centres, Etc.
All kinds of Stamping done
Mrs. B. R. WILSON,
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Meeto every «econd and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
H.   M.  SELFE
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
Business Lots from $200 to
Residential Lots from $200
to $300
Robertson & Dumas
Agents for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Pack Trains. Saddle Horses
aud Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small
(Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements
"Basin," "Basin No. 1," "Basin No.
2," and Basin No. 3" Mineral Claims,
situate in the Naas River Mining Division of tbe Cassiar District. Where
loeated: about 17 miles up the Kitsault River and 8 miles East of it.
TAKE NOTICE that the Angus
McLeod Estate, Free Miner's Certificate No. 82829D, 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 that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 8th. day of January,
A. D. 1930.
L. H. HINTON, Agent.
Advertise in The
Alice Arm
Comfortable Rooms for Rent
By Day, Week or Month at
Reasonable Rates
N. Sutilovich       Prop.
Anyox Community
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, tn Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
Alice Arm
Bread and Pastry Always for
Gus Anderson
Dry Goods Department
The New Monarch Knitting Books are in, priced at 25c. each, and a good
stock of Wools is always in stock
Monarch Dove in colors of Camel, Cardinal, Goblin Blue, Emerald, Heather 1 and 21, Lemon, Lavender, Navy, Pink, Pearl, Powder and White, 1 oz.
Balls.   Price 30c.
Monarch Silver Twist, colors, Camel, Lavender, Lemon, Pink, Rose, Sky
and White, 1 oz. balls, Price 30c.
Monarch Down, colors, Camel, Heather 1 and 21, Oxford,  Black, Orange,
and White, 2 oz. balls, Price 40c.
Andalusian, in colors of White, Blue and Pink, Price  30c.
Our stock of good things for Easter is now on display, and among the assortment you will find Novelties, such as Easter Eggs, Easter Baskets, and
Fancy Candies
Shoe Department
A full stock of Work Boots can always be
found in our stock, and at prices to suit
everyone. Quality is the feature that characterizes our footwear. Let us have the
pleasure of fitttng you.
Boys9 Dept
Have you seen our range of Boys' Pullover
Sweaters in V neck and collar styles? They
are made of all wool, or cotton and wool
mixture, in patterns of neat Marl and Plain
Effects, and we are sure you will like them.
Sizes 20 to 32, Prices $1.45 and up.
Bread Tina, each 25c, 35c, 45c, 55c
Pie Plates, each ioc., 20c. 25c
Muffin Pans, each 45Ci> 90c.
Cookie Pans, each 20c
Biscuit Pans, each   $1.00
Cake Pans, each 20c, 25c
Mary Ann Shell Pans, 75c and $1.00 each.   Also set of 4 for $1.00.


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