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 A little paper
with all the
\ news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 13,   NO. 15
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, October 14, 1933
5 cents each.
T. J. Shenton. C. C. F.
Addressed Alice
Arm Meeting
W. J. Asselstine And
Party Shipwrecked
On Monday
T. J. Shenton, C. C. F. candidate
addressed a meeting at Alioe Arm
on Thursday evening. He made a
stirring appeal to a fair-sized audience to vote for the C. C. F. ticket
on November 2nd. as this was the
only party to whom they could
look for better conditions.
He touched on many items and
in his uper<"g remarks said that
he knew ;iie north country
thoroughly from Northern Atlin
to Bolla Coola, and am capable of
presenting your problems at Victoria in au intelligent manner.
The time has come, he said for a
change, and the change must be
accompanied by a mandate from
the people. We cannot hope to
get redress from those who own
tho resources of the country. He
quoted Professor Leacock of McGill University and Dictator Mussolini of Italy in support of his
argument t.
The Hon. Bruhn the speaker
said had made a statement that if
the C. C. F. formed a government
that the British North America Act
would block them from passing
extreme legislation. But it won't j
stop us, he said for when we gain
power we will abolish the- British
North America Aot if it hinders
us. The C. C. F. party will not
become affiliated with any other
at Victoria Mr. Shenton stated,
but will work as a distinct body.
He scored the 2-party system
and said every government waited
uutil near election and then passed
the best legislation so that they
could ride back into power, and
the opposition always fought all
legislation brought iu by the government.
The rulers of the world, he said,
cannot start the wheels of indus
try. They would if they could,
but it is impossible. The endurance of the people has been great,
but it has about come to the breaking point. He read several excerpts to cinch his argument that
business must improve or it would
end our present civilization. The
present policy of putting men in
camps and allowing them 20 cents
a day was scored severely by Mr.
Shenton. Everyone he met had
said that a change must come, and
he had told them to stand by their
guns aud they would have a
change.
He read newspaper clippings to
show how modern maohinery had
replaced the workers, and he asked
"who is getting the benefit? Not
you or I, but the big fellow who
rides iu a oar." These conditions
cannot continue, the speaker said.
He did not wish to see a break, but
would save it, as it may be disastrous to all.
Developing, Printing and Enlarging. All work returned on
following boat. Wrathall's Photo
Finishing, Prince Rupert.
W, J. Asselstine, Liberal candidate, Howard, Campbell) D. Mac-
Aulay and E. W. Lewis narrowly
escaped drowning on Monday in the
Portland Canal near Halibut Bay
while coming from Stewart enroute
to Anyox, Alice Arm aud Naas
River points in a launch.
Mr. Asselstine and party had
chartered the launch, Ellen, at
Stewart owned by E. W. Lewis
When about 50 miles from Stewart
she struck a sunken snag which
ripped a big hole in her. Frantic
efforts were made to stop the flow
of water, but to no avail, and
everyone piled into the dinghy and
rowed ashore. Owing to the rough
water and rocky shore 2 planks
were stove in when landing. The
accident happened at 1.30 p. m.
and the party were forced to stand
on a rock uutil the steamship
Catala picked them up six hours
later on her way to Stewart.
Everyone lost all they posessed
on the launch. Mr. Lewis being
the principal loser as he lost a first-
class boat and all the fittings,
The total loss being estimated at
$7,000.00. The Ellen sank in deep
water. She was 38 feet 6 inches
in lwigth, with a beam of 10 feet
6 inohes and was formerly owned
in Anyox. A new engine had been
recently installed, and the loss is a
severe one for the owner.
Mr. Asselstine left Stewart again
on the Catala on Monday night
and arrived at Anyox on Wednesday evening.
Mining Making Great
Strides In District Says
Dr. J. T. Mandy
Six Producing Mines Working
At Stewart
Dr. J. T. Mandy, resident mining
engineer for the North-western
district, spent this week at Alice
Arm examining mining properties
in the Upper Kitsault Country.
Regarding mining conditions
in his district, Dr. Mandy stated
that the future never appeared
brighter than at present. The
foundation, he said, is being laid in
many sections for a period of real
mining. It is being done quietly
without any hysteria or boom
This renewed activity was caused
solely by the detailed prospecting
and development work done during
the present year by prospectors,
mining property owners and leasers.
We have, he said,' passed the boom
stage and are getting down to real
mining.
At Stewart, he said, there are six
producing mines operating at the
present time. They are: Premier,
Dunwell, Ben Ali, Bayview, United
Empire, and Spider. Development
work on the Big Missouri and Unicorn is being carried on, and the
Georgia River Mining Co. is also
employing a large t'rew of men.
Due to intensive prospecting and
detailed development work in the
Stewart district by mining property
Continued on page 2
Anyox Hospital Auxiliary Are Worthy
Of Your Support
A Large and   Varied
Programme At
Sports' Banquet
Golf Club Card Party
Huge Success
The third annual Card Party
and Dance of the Anyox Golf Club
was held on Friday the 6th. in the
Elks Hall, a large crowd attending.
As was the case at former functions
the evening was a most enjoyable
one. Both whist and bridge were
played, this part of the affair prov
ing most popular as to numbers.
The prize winners were: Whist,
Mrs. Ed. Kitchen;Consolation, Mrs.
Havrioo. Gentlemen, First, C.
Docherty. Bridge: Ladies, First,
Mrs. Unger; Consolation, Mrs. S.
Down. Men's First, J. Shields;
Consolation, Steve Gawthorne.
Mr. Bomio, playing as a lady, soored the greatest number of points
iu whist, and Mr. Doelle, playing
as a lady iu bridge, secured a golf
ball for his score.
A delightful supper was served,
after which the company enjoyed
a lengthy session of dancing to
music supplied by the Merrymakers'
Orohestra. The prizes won at the
various Golf Club tournaments
during the past season were distributed during the evening, Mrs. Lee
presenting the ladies' and Mr.
Doelle the men's prizes. Details of
these are given in another column.
W. J. Asselstine Held Anyox
Meeting Last Night
Owing to the delay in reaching
Anyox the meeting which was to be
held on Wednesday evening in
support of W. J. Asselstine was
postponed until Friday, and we are
thus unable to report it in this issue.
A summary of Mr. Asselstine's
speech will appear in our next issue.
United   Front Party  Have
Not Placed Candidate
Meeting at the hospital recently,
the ladies of the Anyox Hospital
Auxiliary held their annual meeting and eleotion of officers, which
resulted as follows: Honorary President, Mrs. W. F. Eve; President.
Mrs. H. R Patriok; Vice-president,
Miss P. Brisbane; Sec.-treasnrer,
Mrs. F. D. Kydd.      . t
The statement of income, and expenditure for the past year was
read by the Sec-treasurer, Mrs.
Kydd. aud showed total receipts as
$260.16, and expenditures as $232.-
08, thus leaving a balance in hand
of $28.08.
Many of the newcomers to Anyox
may not know of the splendid
work uudertaken by the Women's
Hospital Auxiliary. This band of
workers see to it that the patients
of the Hospital are supplied with
extra comforts, also magazines etc.
Such welcome items as pull tables,
bed throws, deck chairs, aud flowers
appear on the lengthy list of expenditures. The amount of $43.00 a
year is spent on magazines, while
the Christmas Tree—an event oarried out yearly, to the great delight
of all the patients—takes up about
$50.00. The utmost care is used
in the expenditure of all monies
raised or donated.
The people of Anyox will pres
ently have an opportunity of assist
ing the Auxiliary with their annual
Dance, which will. be held on
Monday, October 30th. in the
Gymnasium. This is the oidy
function held by this band of
workers by which money is raised.
All the proceeds of this dance are
used for the welfare and comfort
of the hospital patients. Its popularity is proved by the faot, that
it is one of the biggest and best
affairs of its kind held in Anyox.
Everyone who purchases tickets is
assisting a really worthy oause,
and those who attend the dance
are assured of a fine evening's
entertainment.
It was reported this week that
the United Front, which has Communist leanings, would place a
candidate in the Atlin riding, but
on Thursday, which was nomination day, no candidate appeared.
BEWARE!
A Vote for The Independents is a Vote for Old
Party Government.
One    Labor    Candidate
alone seeks your Vote, T.
J. Shenton,
THE
C.  C.   F.
Candidate
Moose  Ladies   Honor
Mrs. H. G. Card
On Sunday, Ootober 8th. the
Moose Ladies of Anyox Chapter
No. 757 gathered at the home of
Mrs. J. Carr, at the Mine Apartments, to do honor to one of their
members, namely Mrs. H. G. Card,
who was leaving the distriot. The
affair took the form of a very delightful tea, during which Mrs.
Card was made the recipient of a
handsome silver cake plate, the gift
of the local Chapter.
The presentation was made by
the Senior Regent. Mrs. J. Wynne
who voiced the regret of her fellow
momberR of the Chapter in losing
from their midst one for whom they
had the greatest respect and esteem.
Mrs. Card expressed her appreciation of the thoiightfulnessof her
fellow members and her regret at
severing her connection with those
whom she had worked with for so
long Mrs. T. Pinokney gave two
vocal items, which were greatly
enjoyed.
At the Sports' Banquet held in
the Mine Hall on Wednesday, October 4th. there were many interesting features. In the programme
of musical and vocal items some
splendid talent was disclosed. The
chair was occupied by J. D. Ferguson, whose brief opening remarks
put everyone iu good humor at
once.
The supper itself was followed
by the presentation of the Granby
baseball trophy to the Beach team,
Mr. Doelle handing the Cup to F.
B. Faulkner with some witty remarks, to which Mr. Faulkner
suitably replied. W. Francis next
gave a violin solo, and Mr. Ashmore sang "Son of Mine" and
Macushla" in pleasing voice, then
the important event of the presentation of sweaters to the Beach
Baseball team, winners of the League during the past season took
place. Mr. R. L. Healy, in a happy
speech, made the presentations,
having a ready quip for each ie-
cipieut.
Rops Oatman next gave a cornet
solo, and iu response to the denai d
for an encore gave instead an original recitation, based on the well
known "Casey at the Bat" in
whioh a Mine player was made to
take the place of Casey.
The presentation of the Simmons
basketball Trophy by H. R. Taylor
to the Vandals. 1932-33 winners,
next took place. J. Walmsle?,
captain of the team, receiving the
Cup with a few well chosen words.
Two saxophone solos by J. Hartley
were admirably rendered and vocal
numbers by Bob Brown "Roses of
Picardy," and "Wild Irish Rose"
were very popular.
The Concentrator basketball
team, winners of the Cup for 1932-
33, were presented with miniature
oups, R. J. A. Manning doing the
honors. Jaok Pinckney pleased
everyone with two vocal solos, aud
J. Buutain's banjo offerings were
much appreciated. Morgan Flye
was in excellent voice with two
vocal items.
The Celts' football team, winners
of the Football Cup. were presented with the trophy, J. Donaldson
eulogising the team when handing
the cup to J. Hawes. The closing
item was the presentation of sweaters to each member of the Rangers
football team, winners of the
League during the past season,
Joe Peel being the spokesman for
this occasion. The evening was
most successful, and the Beach and
Mine branches of the A. C. L. deserve much praise for the full and
complete arrangements made, and
also the Granby Company for their
generosity in providing the bounteous supper.
L. Dodd left on Monday for Vancouver, where he will reside. Mr.
Dodd has been a resident of Anyox
for fifteen years. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  October 14.  1933
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices for Crown Grants - - $15.00
[.and Notices - - . - - $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Who Our Five
Candidates Are
Five candidates are contesting
the Atlin riding in the forthcoming
election. On Thursday November
2nd. oci will be elected and four
reacted. The decision rests with
the voters, the one receiving the
highest vote will be elected to represent us at Victoria. Each candidate seems sincere, in following
his ideals, and each one has good
support, just how much will be
shown on election day. Four of
the candidates reside in the Atlin
riding; two hail from Alice Arm,
one from Stewart and one from'
Premier. The other resides outside the riding at Prince Rupert.
They are:
T. W. FALCONER
. T. W. Falconer of Alice Arm,
who conducts a general store business. He is an old-timer in the
north, coming to Stewart'in 1909,
where he conducted a hardware
store until 1916, when he moved to
Alice Arm. He was a candidate in
the election of 1928 and was defeated by H. F. Kergin by a small
majority. He is intensely independent and believes that the only way
to save the province from bankruptcy is to elect an Independent government free from party politics, be
they Conservative, Liberal or Canadian Co-operative Federation.
He is conducting a strong personal campaign and states that his
position is being strengthened daily
at the expense of the other candidates.
H. F. KERGIN
H. F. Kergin hardly needs an
introduction to the electors, except,
perhaps a few of the new-comers at
Anyox. He has been a resident of
Northern B. C. for at least 28 years.
He was living at Port Simpson long
before the railway was planned to
Prince Rupert and knew the site of
that town when covered with dense
forest. He was through the railway building boom on the Skeena
river and was at Stewart during the
mining boom there in 1909-11.
He came to Alice Arm in 1916 and
has navigated the launch Awake
between Alice Arm and Anyox ever
since. He has been elected member of the Provincial Legislature
three times, attending thirteen sessions at Victoria as a member of
the Liberal party.
W. J. ASSELSTINE
VV. J. Asselstine is not so well
known locally as the above mentioned, but there will not be many
in this district that won't know him
before November 2nd.  for he is a
Mining Making Great
Strides In District Says
Dr. J. T. Mandy
Six Producing Mines Working
At Stewart
Continued from Page 1
owners, and leasers, Dr, Mandy
states that more ore and better
grades have been located than at
any time heretofore. The outlook
for the mining industry in that district is much more healthy than at
any time previously, and the credit
for this is due entirely to men who
refused to quit in the face of hard
times, but courageously carried on
achieving outstanding results that
has been instrumental in bringing
into production several new mines,
and also assured further expansion
of the industry in the near future.
On Porcher Island, Dr. Mandy
said the N. A. Timmins Corporation
is opera]Jng a small concentrating
mill on a gold mine, with an appreciable profitable production.
Two gold mining  properties are
being operated on the West Coast
of Queen Charlotte Islands, one of
Continued on next column
live wire. He is running in this
election as a straight Liberal, and
it is the first time he has sought
political honors. He is an ardent
Liberal and a good orator. He
holds the position of mill superintendent for the Premier Gold Mining
Company near Stewart, and understands mining and milling from A
toZ.
H. W. M. ROLSTON
H. W. M. Rolston is a resident
of Stewart, and for several years
has been a frequent visitorto Anyox.
He is*at present engaged in the
brokerage business, and was formerly publisher of the Portland Canal
News. Last winter his entire
newspaper plant was destroyed by
fire. He is in the field as an Independent candidate, and since he
announced his intention of contest-
ng the seat he has conducted a
strenuous campaign. He is a fluent
platform speaker, and is brim full
of optimism regarding a favorable
majority on election day.
T. J. SHENTON
T. J. Shenton the Labor-C. C. F.
candidate is a resident of Prince
Rupert. He is, however, well
known throughout the Atlin riding.
He was mines inspector for Northern B. C. for many years, and in
his travels throughout Atlin became
acquainted with many people. He
originally stated that he was an
Independent Labor candidate, but
later became interested in the C. C.
F. movement and now has the support of that organization. He is
very emphatic that our present system is doomed and that it is time
for the workers to assert their
rights by the ballot box instead of
by the bullet.
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday oi
the inonth
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B.  C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
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
which is profitably operating a mill.
In the Atlin country an expansion
of placer gold mining has taken
place, and the values obtained this
year will exceed 1932, which was
twice as much as in 1931.
In the Liard River section Dr.
Mandy stated that the placer gold
industry is expanding. Prospectors
are continually going further afield
and new sections are being profitably developed.
New placer discoveries have taken
place in the Talshenshini River
section. This area is located in the
extreme North-west corner of the
district, and several out-standing
discoveries have been made this
summer.
In regard to the Alice Arm district, Dr. Mandy said that before
very long he expected mining activity in the district. There is here
he said, a wonderful field for intensive prospecting and detailed development work. The west side of
the Kitsault River in the uppen. |
country is especially suited for these
purposes, as gold values exist there.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes  and   Kubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
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This advertisement is not publish ■
ed  or displayed  by   the   Liquor*
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class  Business  Lots at
$200'   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now it the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL MERCHANT
Alice Arm
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Try this Recipe for Dinner Tomorrow
H
ERE is a simple recipe for a delicious custard pie.   Serve it to your
family for dinner to-night and watch them come back for moral
CUSTARD PIE
1H cups St. Charles Milk 14 cup sugar
1 \4 cups water M teaspoon salt
4 eggs, well beaten Unbaked pastry
Few Gratings Nutmeg
Dilute the milk with water and bring lust lo scalding in a double boiler.
(Do not boil). Add sugar and salt to eggs, blend well. Pour the
hot milk slowly over the egg mixture, stirring constantly. Cool.
Pour into pastry, sprinkled with gratings of nutmeg and place In t
rather hot oven to set rim and bake sides and bottom of crust. Then
DECREASE the heat and cook at a low temperature until a silver
knife inserted in centre comes out clean. The custard must not boll
at any time or it will be watery.
Borden's St. Charles Milk is equally delicious in
any recipe that calls for milk, ue
T3otdm4
ST. CHARLES
MILK
UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED
British Columbia
THE MINERAL PROVINCE
OF   WESTERN   CANADA
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,400,000,000
You are invited to apply to the Department of Mines,
Victoria, B. C, for the latest authoritative information
regarding mining development in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the calendar year 1932.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Summary and Review of the Mineral Industry of British Columbia for the six months ended June 30th., 1933.
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
Magnesite."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER
OF  MINES
PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, VICTORIA, B. C. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. Ootober 14.  1933
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It is corn roast time in Canada, one of the two principal outdoor festivals in the Dominion
with which the passing of the
years does not seem to Interfere.
The other is "sugaring off" at
maple sugar time In the early
•days of spring.
Canadian Pacific Railway experimental farm at Calgary took
honors in the sheep judging at
the Canadian Pacific Exhibition
held recently at Vancouver with
two firsts in each of the rams,
ewes and pens classes, five seconds and the grand champion Suffolk Tam and ewe champion.
Keeping well in the forefront of
the golfing world in Canada, rhe
Seignory Club, Montebello, Quebec, has recently staged a women's golf tournament and has
followed this up by the tournament of the Canadian Senior
Golfers Association. Both were
well patronized, the latter drawing a big and prominent entry
from the United States.
The world's valuable deposits
of coal and Iron He with the Atlantic nations rather than with
those who front on the Pacific,
the discussions of the fifth biennial conference of the Pacific Relations Institute held recently at
the Banff Springs Hotel, revealed.
The fact enters largely Into the
problems ot the countries of the
Pacific.
Figures from the Dominion
Bureau of Statistics draw attention to the safety of railway travel in Canada. In collisions only
two fatalities occurred among a
total of more than 21 million passengers. Passengers Injured numbered only 339. Other fatalities
bringing the total up to seven
were due to such causes as falling from trains or in getting on
or off trains. The figures are
for the year to March 81, 1933.
Striking success of the cent-a-
mile coach travel plan inaugurated last May and June by Canadian railways, providing full facilities for trans-Canada excursions,
east and west, is the justification
of its repetition on the same scale
during September, C. P. Riddell,
chairman, Canadian Passenger
Association, announces. Two
great tides of travel will again be
set in motion, one from the west
to the cast and the other from
the east to the west.
"Starting with the commencement of the round trip from
Southampton at the end" of August, the Empress of Britain for
the following twelve weeks will
he e'Arr.-ved upon what amounts to
a continuous voyage of 40,829
i ilea. In the course of this voy-
f.o ths ship will spend a total of
eighty days actually under way,"
wr.3 the statement of George
rteufcetf, vice-president of traffic,
i t.nadian Pacific Railway, who
-.   s a passenger oa an August
Eleven happy boys took the
eleventh annual "On to Alaska"
tour this year under the leadership of George E. Buchanan, of
Detroit- Their trip Included a
stop at the Banff Springs Hotel
where the hoys stayed until they
entrained for Lake Louise.
Traffic earnings ot the Canadian railways for July show an
aggregate gain of nearly a million
dollars as compared with July,
1932, tbe best showing in many
months on similar comparisons.
Gross earnings of the Canadian
Pacific account for $473,000 of
this gain during the month.
"He got you that time," said
Mrs. Montagu Norman to the governor of the Bank of Englnad,
when they landed recently at Quebec from Canadian Pacific liner,
Duchess of Atholl, on their way
to Bar Harbor, Maine. The purpose of the visit is a mystery, not
even a holiday being admitted by
the distinguished visitor.
John Nelson, president of Rotary International, sailed recently
by Empress of Britain on bis way
to Lausanne where the second
European regional conference of
the world-wide organization was
held this month. He stated that
Rotary had 150,000 members In
300 clubs.
"If from the conferences,
speeches and exhibitions at the
World's Grain Exhibition at Regina we can derive even one suggestion of Importance to agriculturists, the show will be voted a
success," said E. S. McRory, manager, United Grain Growers office
ln Calgary, in a recent address at
the Palliser Hotel in that ctly.
Sweaters Are Presented To
Rangers' Team
Winning the Football League
during the past season in conclusive
style, the Rangers were presented
by the A. C. L. with a set of handsome sweaters. Members in receipt
of these were: J. Ion, Geo. Hunter,
F. Calderoni, S. Ellison, Frank
Dodsworth, J. Galbraith, W.
Francis, Geo. Allan, T. Buchanan,
S. Peel, D. Ferguson, J. Donaldson, M. Flye and Dave Hamilton.
A special presentation was made by
the team to their manager, Mr. A.
Kirby, for his. thorough work on
their behalf. Mr. Kirby made an
appropriate reply.
The Beach Basketball Team
Receive Sweaters
The wardrobes of the following
members of the Beach baseball team
were increased by a handsome
sweater apiece at the recent sports
banquet: S. H. Bartman, W.
Shields, J. Kelly, F. Whitehouse,
D. Ferguson, C. Musser, R. Hopkinson,  R. Hardy, J.  McColl,  P.
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Chenoski and Geo. Allan.
A special sweater was presented
to F. B. Faulkner, manager of the
team. We are not sure whether
the large B worked on it stands for
"Beach" or "Bud." In any event it
works both ways.
for
:d country
BOOKING/
Transportation - Passports - Hotels - Baggage, etc.
enquire
For Information, call or write: local Agent, or H. McEwen,
D. F. ft P. A. Prince Rupert, B. C.
V-117-SS
CANADIAN  NATIONAL
GOVERNMENT OF THE
DOMINION OF CANADA
1933 REFUNDING LOAN
The Dominion of Canada offers for public subscription
Two-year Sl/2% Bonds, due 15th October, 1935
Issue Price: 99.50 and accrued interest,
yielding 8.76% to maturity.
Six-year 4% Bonds, due 15th October, 1939
Issue Price: 99.00 and accrued interest,
yielding 4.19% to maturity.
Twelve-year 4% Bonds, due 15th October, 1945
Issue Price: 96.50 and accrued interest,
yielding 4-88% to maturity.
Principal payable without charge in lawful money of Canada, at the office of the Minister of
Finance and Receiver General of Canada at Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver
General at Halifax, Saint John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina,
Calgary or Victoria.
Interest payable half-yearly, 15th April and 15th October, in lawful money of Canada,
without charge, at any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank.
Denominations
Two-year Bonds, $1,000
Six-year Bonds, $500 and $1,000
Twelve-year Bonds, $100, $500 and $1,000
Cash Subscriptions
Cash subscriptions will be received only for the Six-year 4% Bonds and for the Twelve-year
4% Bonds. All cash subscriptions wiU be subject to allotment. Following the announcement of the
plan of allotment, delivery of interim certificates against payment in full for the bonds allotted will
be promptly effected.
Refunding Subscriptions
Holders of Victory Loan 5}4% Bonds due 1st November, 1933, after detaching and retaining
the coupon due 1st November next, may, for the period during which the subscription lists are
open, tender their bonds in lieu of cash on subscriptions for a like par value of bonds in one or
more maturities of the new issue and receive allotment in full with prompt delivery. The surrender
value of the Victory S]4% Bonds will be as follows:
100%  of their par value on* subscriptions for the Two-year 3}^% Bonds   and  the
Six-year 4% Bonds.
100%% of their par value on subscriptions for the Twelve-year 4% Bonds if effected
on or before 16th October, and 100% of their par value after that date.
No accrued interest on the new bonds will be charged on refunding subscriptions if effected on or
before 16th October.  After that date accrued interest from 15th October will be charged.
Holders will receive in cash the difference between the surrender value of their Victory Bonds
and the cost of the bonds of the new issue.
The amount of this Loan is limited to $225,000,000.
The Loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and
interest are a charge on the Consolidated Revenue Fund of Canada.
The proceeds of this Loan wiU retire $169,971,850 Dominion of Canada 5ty% Bonds
maturing 1st November, 1988, and $40,000,000 short-term Treasury Bills.
The balance will be used for the general purposes of the Government.
Subscriptions will be received and receipts issued by any branch in Canada of any
Chartered Bank and by Recognized Dealers, from whom may be obtained application
forms and copies of the official prospectus containing complete details of the
Loan.   Applications will not be valid on forms other than those
printed by the King's Printer.
The subscription lists will open on 10th October, 1988, and will close on or before 24th
October, 1988, with or without notice, at the discretion of
the Minister of Finance.
DlTABTHENT Of FlXAKOl,
Ottawa, 10th Octobib, 1933.
.
nan*. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD   Saturday,  October 14.   1933
I
Alice Arm Notes
T. J. Shenton C. C. F. candidate
arrived in town ou Wednesday and
held a meeting on Thursday evening.
H. W. M. Rolston of Stewart.
Independent candidate arrived on
Thursday and held a meeting last
night.
Constable Olson arrived from
Anyox on Thursday. He was accompanied  by Mrs.'Olson and son.
Mrs. V. D. D. Blomfield and son
Michael left on Monday for Campbell River.
Harry Smith, who has resided
here for several years, loft on. Monday for Duncan, Vanoouver Island
where he will join his two sons
Marshall and Martin. His many
friends were sorry to see him depart and wish him the best of good
fortune.
T. J. Mandy, resident mining
engineer arrived on Monday and
during the week examined mining
properties in the district.
Mrs. J. McColl of Anyox,accompanied by Miss Nora Robertson
spent a few days with her mother,
Mrs. H. Nucich, this week.
H. F. Kergin, candidate in the
forthcoming election accompanied
by his daughter Alice, also Mrs. G.
Anderson, H. Fowler and J. Fiva,
left on the launch Awake on Saturday for Stewart returning on
Tuesday. While there Mr. Kergin
held a campaign meeting in the
Legion hall, which overflowed into
the street.
Anyox Notes
Mrs. D. Boyd and child returned
on Monday from a holiday visit to
the south.
A. Knans, who left Anyox a
year ago for a visit to his home in
Jugo Slavia, returned on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Heppeler left on
Monday for a trip to the south.
Miss Peacock left on Monday for
a visit to Prince Rupert, returning
ou Wednesday.
R. Buttery left on Monday for a
holiday visit to the south.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lindsay re
turned on Wednesday from a visit
to the south.
Mrs. 0 Ruckhaber returned on
Wednesday from a visit to Vancouver and southern cities.
Dr. G. S. Macdonald returned on
Wednesday from a visit to Vancouver.
T. Singleton returned on Wednesday from a visit to his home in
Victoria.
Mrs. E. I. Jeffs returned on
Wednesday after a visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. J. L. Forrester left on
Wednesday for Victoria.
Dr. and Mrs. ]. W. Lang and
daughter arrived home last week
from a vacation spent in the south.
As a reward for winning the Cup
series of basketball games last season, the members of the Concentrator team were each presented
with a handsome miniature cup at
the Sports Supper recently. They
were: A. McDonald, A. McDougall,
C. Bushfield, L. Dodd,.D. Macleod,
L. Falconer, S. Steele, Art. Dwyer.
Every time one man puts a new
idea across he finds ten  men who
thought of it before he did. But
they only thought it.
The chief difference is that a lowbrow tells you what he thinks and
a high- brow tells you what somebody else thinks.
-~\\
Annual Hallowe'en lance
HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
The Anyox Hospital Women's Auxiliary
WILL BE HELD  ON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th.
IN   THE   GYMNASIUM
Dancing from 9-2.      ■       -     First Class Music
Refreshments
Entire Proceeds of Dance will be devoted towards
providing comforts for patients at the Hospital during
the coming year.
THE   ADMISSION   IS   $1.00
MEETING TONIGHT
ALICE ARM
A Public Meeting will be held
atT. W. Falconer's Hall this
evening, Saturday, October 14,
at 8 p.m. The meeting will be
addressed by T. W. Falconer,
the Non-Party Independent
Candidate.   Everyone welcome.
In his speech at the recent Sports
banquet Mr. W. B. Maxwell made
a suggestion which was considered
most timely. This was that an occasional smoker be held by the
various sports fraternities during
the coming season. Mr. Maxwell
pointed out the value of sports to
the community as well as to the individual, and stressed the value of
a little relaxation by way of social
gatherings. There is every possibility that the suggestion made will
be followed up.
^1
M^li&lsssy;
OLD Milwaukee Lager, and all
malt beverages brewed by
Coast Breweries, are aged for
months in vast, refrigerated cellars
before casking or bottling. They
are then scientifically clarified and
pasteurized for absolute purity.
It is this careful maturing which gives
Old Milwaukee the delicious and healthful quality so necessary to good beer.
The manufacture of malt beverages is
an important British Columbia industry providing regular employment
for British Columbia citizens.
British Columbia malt beverages
are now obtainable at Government Liquor Stores at the new
low price.
Order your
requirements in
handy cartons of
one dozen pint
bottles.
MOOT IAGER
l
A PRODUCT OF COAST BREWERIES LTD.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
William J, Asselstine
Liberal Candidate
Familiar with  Every Phase of Mining, and
Capable   of  presenting  all   problems  from
Prospecting to Production
"The People Before the Party"
r~
Wet weather Clothes
We have a large stock of Men's Wet Weather
Clothes for all purposes, including High Grade
Rubber Boots in low, knee and hip lengths. Slicker
Coats and Hats, Mackinaw Shirts, Pants and Coats.
Heavy Woollen Shirts, Etc.
Our Prices are exceedingly Low.   Call and inspect
our large Up-to-date Stock
LEW  LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter.
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
I  1
XX'
'XX
Badminton Begins
WE   HAVE   RECEIVED   A
CONSIGNMENT   OF   THE
NEWEST BADMINTON RACKETS
Including the famous Top-flight, G. A. T. Special
and Queens' all priced to sell quickly
National $2.50
Star  3.15
Army     3.40
X. L  4.50
Premier  3.75
Buckley 5.75
Cheltenham    7.15
Top-flight  7.50
G. A. T. Special 12.25
Queens 12.25   .
Presses at 50c. and 75c.   Shuttlecocks $3.75 doz.
GALL   AND   LET   US   SHOW   YOU1!
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
XX.
.XX ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday,  October 14.   1933
Alice Arm Notes
T. J. Shenton 0. C. F. candidate
arrived in town on Wednesday and
held a meeting on Thursday evening.
H. W. M. Rolston of Stewart.
Independent candidate arrived on
Thursday and held a meeting last
night.
Constable Olson arrived from
Anyox on Thursday. He was aocompanied  by Mrs.'Olsou and son.
Mrs. V. D. D. Blomfield and son
Michael left on Monday for Campbell River.
Harry Smith, who has resided
here for several years, loft on, Monday for Duncan, Vancouver Island,
where he will join his two sons
Marshall and Martin. His many
friends were sorry to see him depart and wish him the best of good
fortune.
T. J. Mandy, resident mining
engineer arrived on Monday and
during the week examined mining
properties in the district.
Mrs. J. McColl of Anyox, accompanied by Miss Nora Robertson
spent a few days with her mother,
Mrs. H. Nucich, this week.
H. F. Kergin, candidate in the
forthcoming election accompanied
by his daughter Alioe, also Mrs. G.
Anderson, H. Fowler and J. Fiva,
left en the launch Awake on Saturday for Stewart returning on
Tuesday. While tlinre Mr. Kergin
held a campaign meeting in the
Legion hall, which overflowed into
the street.
Anyox Notes
Mrs. D. Boyd and child returned
on Monday from a holiday visit lo
the south.
A. Knaus, who left Anyox a
year ago for a visit to his home in
Jugo Slavia, returned on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Heppeler left on
Monday for a trip to the south.
Miss Peacock left on Monday for
a visit to Prince Rupert, returning
on Wednesday.
R. Buttery left on Monday for a
holiday visit to the south.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Lindsay re
turned on Wednesday from a visit
to the south.
Mrs. C. Ruckhaber returned on
Wednesday from a visit to Vancouver and southern cities.
Dr. G. S. Macdonald returned on
Wednesday from a visit to Vancouver.
T. Singleton returned on Wednesday from a visit to his home in
Victoria.
Mrs. E. I. Jeffs returned on
Wednesday after a visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. J. L. Forrester left on
Wednesday for Victoria.
Dr. and Mrs. ]. W. Lang and
daughter arrived home last week
from a vacation spent in the south.
As a reward for winning the Cup
series of basketball games last season, the members of the Concentrator team were each presented
with a handsome miniature cup at
the Sports Supper recently. They
were: A. McDonald, A, McDougall,
C. Bushfield, L. Dodd,.D. Macleod,
L. Falconer, S. Steele, Art. Dwyer.
Every time one man puts a new
idea across he  finds ten  men who
thought of it before he did. But
they only thought it.
The chief difference is that a lowbrow tells you what he thinks and
a high- brow tells you what somebody else thinks.
I"
"71
Annual Hallowe'en lance
HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
The Anyox Hospital Women's Auxiliary
WILL BE HELD ON
MONDAY, OCTOBER 30th.
IN   THE   GYMNASIUM
Dancing from 9-2.      -       -     First Class Music
Refreshments
Entire Proceeds of Dance will be devoted towards
providing comforts for patients at the Hospital during
the coming year.
THE   ADMISSION   IS   $1.00
MEETING TONIGHT
ALICE ARM
A Public Meeting will be held
atT. W. Falconer's Hall this
evening, Saturday, October 14,
at 8 p.m. The meeting will be
addressed by T. W. Falconer,
the Non-Party Independent
Candidate.   Everyone welcome.
In his speech at the recent Sports
banquet Mr. W. B. Maxwell made
a suggestion which was considered
most timely. This was that an occasional smoker be held by the
various sports fraternities during
the coming season. Mr. Maxwell
pointed out the value of sports to
the community as well as to the individual, and stressed the value of
a little relaxation by way of social
gatherings. There is every possibility that the suggestion made will
be followed up.
OLD Milwaukee Lager, and all
malt beverages brewed by
Coast Breweries, are aged for
months in vast, refrigerated cellars
before casking or bottling. They
are then scientifically clarified and
pasteurized  for absolute purity.
It is this careful maturing which gives
Old Milwaukee the delicious and healthful quality so necessary to good beer.
The manufacture of malt beverages is
an important British Columbia industry providing regular employment
for British Columbia citizens.
British Columbia malt beverages
are now obtainable at Government Liquor Stores at the new
low price.
Order your
requirements in
handy cartons of
one dozen pint
bottles.
XICATIAGER
A PRODUCT OF COAST BREWERIES LTD.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
William J, Asselstine
Liberal Candidate
Familiar with  Every Phase of Mining, and
Capable   of   presenting  all   problems  from
Prospecting to Production
"The People Before the Party"
r~-
Wet weather Clothes
We have a large stock of Men's Wet Weather
Clothes for all purposes, including High Grade
Rubber Boots in low, knee and hip lengths. Slicker
Coats and Hats, Mackinaw Shirts, Pants and Coats.
Heavy Woollen Shirts, Etc.
Our Prices are exceedingly Low.   Call and inspect
our large Up-to-date Stock
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter,
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
I 1
XX'
Badminton Begins
WE   HAVE   RECEIVED   A
CONSIGNMENT   OF   THE
NEWEST BADMINTON RACKETS
Including the famous Top-flight, G. A. T. Special
and Queens' all priced to sell quickly
National $2.50
Star  3.15
Army  3.40
X. L  4.50
Premier  3.75
Buckley 5.75
Cheltenham    7.15
Top-ftight   7.50
G. A. T. Special 12.25
Queens 12.25   .
Presses at 50c. and 75c.   Shuttlecocks $3.75 doz.
-XX
GALL   AND   LET   US   SHOW   YOU!!
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
XX.
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