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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
S2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
VOL. 13,   NO. 40
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, April 7, 1934
5 cents each.
Large Crowd Attends
Elks' Cabaret And
In keeping with their ideals of
providing the best entertainment
possible for their patrons at social
functions, the Anyox Elks put on
an excellent show at their Easter
Cabaret and Dance, held in the
Gymnasium on Easter Monday.
The decorations, spotlight effects
and genial atmosphere gave the
finishing touches to a memorable
evening's entertainment. A large
crowd attended. The cabaret programme contained some novel features and every number was cleverly performed.
The opening item was an exquisite toe dance by Miss Florence
Kelley, given with a skill and grace
which delighted everyone. Miss I.
Gillies and Mr. M. Flye presented
a dainty song and dance: "Honey."
A number by Miss Frances Wilkinson and Mr. J. Obuchine entitled
"The Shadow Waltz" captured the
hearts of the audience. As an encore they gave the song "Thanks."
Miss I. Eastman, charmed everyone
with a sob entitled "Song of Love"
Mr. Bob Brown gave in good style
"When its darkness ou the Delta."
A chorus and dance by a group
of well-trained artists was the feature of the evening, and was given
in a finished style which reflected
great credit upon those by whom
they had been coached. Credit is
due Mr. T. J. Tierney in this regard
also to Miss F. Kelley for her careful tuition. Mr. Frank Alleu deserves praise for his work as accompanist for the choruses and
Following were the committee in
oharge of arrangements: Angus
Gillies, chairman, Peter Wee, Ed.
Johnson, Ken Hunter. Music for
the dancing which followed was
provided by the Elks' Orohestra,
who delighted with their tuneful
numbers, and J. Gillies' Orchestra
gave their services for the supper
The members of the troupe in the
danoe and chorus were: Miss F.
Kelley, Misses Frances Wilkinson,
Winifred Wilkinson. Agnes Krusick, Enid Morris of Prince Rupert,
Duloie Breuther, Isabel Gillies and
Mr. M. Flye. An appetizing supper was served during the evening.
Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Hilliard, at the Anyox General
Hospital, on Sunday, April 1st. a
Many  Attend   United
Church Services
The Easter-lime services in the
United Church at Anyox were
helpful and inspiring.
The Good Friday evening service was followed by the Holy
Communion, when many stayed
for the sacrament.
The Sunday School attendance
on Easter Sunday was just one
short of the total enrollment. At
the 11 o'clook service a well filled
church resounded to the first hymn
"Christ the Lord is Risen Today,"
In the evening the church was
rilled to capacity, chairs being
placed in the aisles. The choir sang
t\vo anthems: "Gloria in Excelsis"
and "The Heavens are Telling."
Mrs. J. Peel sang "I know that my
Redeemer Liveth." The minister's
theme was of the Resurrection, the
Triumphant Christian Life, and
their relation to Immortality. Mr.
N. R. Redman was organist at the
morning service and Mr. F. Drbsser
at the evening service.
Mr. Ivor Bassett Is Fellow of
Royal Society of Arts
Mr. Ivor Bassett of Anyox, has
recently learned that he has been
elected a Fellow of the Royal Society
of Arts of London, England, and is
therefore entitled to the letters
F. R. S. A. after his name. He
has also been made a member
of the advisory board of the Dominions and Colonies Section of. the
The Royal Society of Arts is one
of the oldest scientific societies in
Great Britain, and functions in the
sphere of applied science. Origi
nally founded in 1754, it was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1847
"to assist in the advancement, development and practical application
of every department of science in
connection with the Arts, Manufac
tures and Commerce of Great
Britain." It is also one of the large
recognized examining bodies in
Great Britain, and in 1933 its papers
were worked by 81,346 candidates
The Society is now co-operating
with the Royal Academy to hold an
exhibition of British Art in Industry
in London in 1935.
S. Gawthorne arrived baok on
Monday from Vancouver, where
he was recently called on the death
of his mother.
A. Pynn. who recently received
an injury to his eye, and who has
been reoeiving treatment at Prince
Rupert, returned home on Monday.
He was accompanied by Mrs. Pynn
aud son Roy.
Rovers Hold a Successful
Social Evening
The local Rover Crew successfully entertained their lady friends
ou the evening of the 28th. March,
in their new Den.
It was evident that the party
would be a complete success when
Chief Rover Mate Arthur Teabo
was found acting the role of master
of ceremonies, the feeding of
crackers to the boys by their lady
partners, whereupo'n the boys were
to whistle. Much merrimeut and
laughter was to be heard but uot
the ghost of a whistle.
Rover Dick Summers proved
himself a genuine magician wheu
it oame to tricks and two or three
fellows are still wondering how
those eggs got into their pockets.
. At 10.30 the party adjourned for
supper consisting for the most part
of peach shortcake, jelly and ice
After supper, dancing to the
peppy music of John Gillies and
his "8ynaopals"-was the order of
the evening.
The gathering broke up shortly
after twelve o'clock and was voted
a complete success by all present.
Anyox Notes
E. Parsons and Master Bennie
Parsons left on Monday for Van
couver, where they will reside.
F. B. Faulkner, after a residence
of four and half years in Anyox,
left on Monday for Vanoonver,
where he will reside.
Miss K. Ramsay left on Wednesday for her home in West Sum-
Mrs. W. R. Lindsay returned on
Wednesday from a visit to the
J. Pavich returned on Wednes'
day from a visit to Vancouver.
G. C. Arseneau left on Wedues-
for Stewart.
Miss Joan Trinder arrived on
Wednesday from Alice Arm and is
spending a few days' holiday with
Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Anderson.
Constable L. Olsen left on Mon
day for Prince Rupert, in charge
of a prisoner, who was recently
sentenced to two months' imprison
ment for assault.
Mrs, Baolay returned on Monday
from a visit to Vanoouver.
Unless silver is remonetized by
the United States, it will be necessary to declare an embargo on the
metal against Oriental countries
which action would inevitably mean
war, it was declared by Senator
Burton Wheeler, proponent of silver remonetization legislation in
Congress in an address at Chicago.
Trojans Beat Mechanics
In Play-off Game
In the Men's Senior A play-off
game between the Mechanics and
the Trojans, the latter won handily
35-17 after a fast and worth-while
exhibition. Good team-work and
accurate passing won the game for
the Trojans. Mechanics' passing
was a little erratic at times aud
their efforts at the basket were
frequently misjudged- They played au aggressive and speedy game
however, and well deserved a higher score. Harold Dresser and Bud
Gillies starred with 14 and 1]
points, while Ivor Davies and Doc.
Watson worked well for the losers.
The teams: Mechanics, C. Dresser
5, J. Buntain 6, I. Davies 2. W.
Watson, J. O'Neill 1, L. Gillies 3,
Trojans: B. Gillies 11, H. Dresser
14, T.Scott 2, F. Gordon 4, W.
Shields 2, J. Dodsworth, F. Dodsworth 2.
Trojans now meet the Vandals
in the final.
Large Number Attend Alice
Arm Easter Services.
Easter Services were held at St.
Michael's Church Alice Arm on
Sunday last, aud were conducted
by Mr. J. Walter-Hughes.
Holy Communion was celebrated
at 11 a.m. At the close of this
service the baby of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Larsen was baptized.
At the evening service, the
Church was filled to capacity. The
well known Easter hymns were
heartily sung, and the sermon, the
subjeot of which was: "Sorrow
•md Joy," preached by Mr. Walter
Hughes was greatly apreciated.
Mrs. J. Graham presided at the
organ. The Easter service was
the first service held since last
Dr. J. T. Mandy Predicts
Mining Activity
All signs continue to point to a
very active season in mining in all
parts of this district and, indeed,
the movement into the field is already well under way, was stated
at Prince Rupert by Dr. Joseph T.
Mandy, resident engineer for the
northwestern mineral survey district.
In addition, to prospecting on a
larger scale, there will be greatly
increased operations by companies
in development and production, it
is already evident.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Clarkson
left on Wednesday for Vancouver
where they will reside.
Tournament Enjoyed By
Youthful Badminton
Twenty-two children who have
been coached in the game of badminton during the past season took
part in a tournament held in the
Gymnasium on Saturday evening
last, and thoroughly enjoyed it;
These children have been trained
by a committee of members of the
Anyox Badminton Club, meeting
every Saturday evening, and the
results fully justify the conscientious efforts which have been expended.
The committee composed of Mrs.
Wenerstrom, Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs.
Macintyre, W. G. Johnston, M.
Prust, and A. H. Kirbf, president
of the Badminton Club, were in
charge of the tournament, the
prizes and supper being provided
by the Community League. Mixed
doubles was the style of play, the
names being drawn out of a  hat.
Each couple played every other
couple during the evening, so that
they played ten games each, 110
Sameg being played in all. The
winners were Leslie Murdoch (playing as a lady) and Jack Tierney,
the second prizes going to Nadine
Wenerstrom and Bobby Kent.
Consolation prizes wont to Dorcas
Mclnnes and R. Manning. The
winners made 103 points and
the runners-up 100.
During the supper Mr Kirby
presented the prizes and congratulated the ohildren ou their play and
also on their general behaviour.
Similar training of the children is
planned for next season.
Mine Girls Hold Down
Beach Hoopsters
Holding down a selected team
from the Beach to a 18-22 score in
a friendly encounter at the Gymnasium on Good Friday, the Mine
girls showed how well they are
following the instruction they have
received during the past season.
Their play showed that they were
more anxious to follow the rules
than to win regardless. Next year
they will be well fitted to take a
high plaoe among Anyox ladies'
teams. The Beach girls lost three
players through personals. The
teams: Mine: E. Johnson 8, C.
Peterson, M. Clarkson, P. Arscott
2, V. MoMillan. Y. Cannon 6, B.
Cannon 2, M. Owet, J. Tamkin.
Beaoh: P. Loudon 3, D. Rogers 6,
J. Pinckkey 6, N. Salmon 6, H.
Simpson 1, D. Taylor. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday.  April 7,  11434
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
Land Notices ...      -      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Government Willing To
Assist Prospectors
When supply for the department
of mines was being voted on March
23rd. Premier T. D. Pattullo told
the House the Government desired
to go the absolute limit in assisting
the mining industry, which was a
particularly bright spot in B. C.'s
present-day. history. The remark
was prompted by a statement from
Dr. J. J. Gillis, Liberal, Yale, that
prospectors were complaining of
serious delay in examination of properties by resident mining engineers.
Mr. Pattullo said if the Legislature would clothe the government
with the necessary authority it
would be in a better position to assist prospectors.
W. J. Asselstine, Liberal, Atlin,
said 60 per cent, of the area of that
riding had never been visited by
white men. He urged the government to endeavor to co-operate
with the Dominion in geological
survey work carried out in this
R. W. Bruhn, Ind., Salmon Arm,
said an act had been passed last
year by the former government
which would have greatly assisted
the placer mining industry, but this
legislation had been ignored.
Mr. Pattullo replied by saying
that if the Special Powers Act was
supported by the Legislature the
government would have an opportunity to give such assistance.
Hon. G. S. Pearson, minister of
mines, said his department had in
mind a scheme to aid the placer
Consolidated Co. Must
Start Railway In
Nine Months
Profit From Premier Mine
Over $21,000,000
In the 14 years and one month
ended December 31, 1933, Premier
Gold Mine produced 1,332,669 oz.
gold and 33,873,225 ounces silver.
Total profits after deducting investment write-offs and taxes before
depreciation and ore depletion
charges were $21,281,537.
The aggregate distribution to
shareholders has been $17,258,075
Houston Gold Mines, with a property on Bob creek, near Houston,
B. C, is being financed by A. J.
McPherson, of Vancouver. Original owners are George W. Smith,
Charles Kelly and M. Fenton.
Another strike of rich free gold
ore is reported from the I. X. L. at
Rossland, B. C, which is being
operated by a Rossland syndicate.
The Canadian North Eastern
Railway, owned by the Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co. will be
allowed nine months to start construction of its railway from Stewart across the northern half of
British Columbia to Fort Grahame.
The Provincial Legislature gave
the company a new charter On
March 29th. after a futile fight by
G. G. McGeer, K. C, to stop it.
In the final 'division, all Liberals
voted for the charter. R. H. Pooley, K. C, R. W. Bruhn and Clive
Planta, supported the bill, which
was a government measure. The
C. C. F. members and Hugh Savage, Independent, opposed it.
Mr. McGeer said the charter was
a continuation of the "free trade in
railway charters" which had loaded
the country down with too many
railways, which threatened even the
C. P. R., which might make consolidation of the C. P. R. and C. N.
R. inevitable and which had contributed largely to the bankruptcy
of the Dominion and all the provinces.
R. R. Burns, Liberal member for
Rossland-Trail, asked the - Legislature to give the Consolidated a
square deal.
Wm. J. Asselstine said that the
House should encourage a company
like the Consolidated which was
really trying to do something. He
did not believe the northern scheme
would ruin the P. G. E., which he
declared would be a highly profiit-
able railway within the visible,
Clive Planta, member for Peace
River, was in favor of a northern
outlet for the Peace River district.
It will be interesting to see if the
Consoldated Company are ready to
start construction within nine
months and finish within five years.
It is possible they will not accept
the terms and allow the charter to
lapse, with the hope of obtaining at
a later date when business conditions are more prosperous and
money easier to borrow.
Apple and peach orchards near
Penticton, B. C, are being staked
as mineral claims.
The passage by the Legislature
of Premier Pattullo's Special Powers
Act marked the first occasion in the
history of the Dominion of Canada
that a provincial cabinet has been
given complete power over economic affairs.
Legislature Prorogued On
March 29th.
The Legislature prorogued on
March 29th. Before rising the
House gave three readings to Brit
ish Columbia's act for marketing
of natural products. The Act, following specifically a measure which
has been introduced at Ottawa,
allows wide powers to control marketing which will be administered
by the "British Columbia Marketing Board" consisting of three paid
members appointed by the government. Agriculture, fisheries and
lumbering will come within the
scope of the measure.
M RAINS leave Prince
Rupert Mondays, 'Wednesdays and Fridays at 5.30
p.m., connecting at Jasper
for all points East and South.
Trains from the East will
arrive at Prince Rupert on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 10 p.m.
Thursday train connects
with steamship for southern
ports, leaving at 10.15 p.m.
Sleeping and buffet-parlor
car service.
Low Fares to the
Sailing Mat :>n Acquest. Complete information oil ROUND
AMERICA   and   .ither    fours.
For Information Call or Write:
Local Ajent,  or P. Lakie, D. F.   .
&P. A., Prince Rupert, B. C.       '
Make the Hotel Grosvenor your
home while in Vancouver. Here
is every comfort and service—
cheerful lounge, writing and smoking rooms, dining room. Just two
blocks away is the centre of Vancouver'! shopping and theatre district.   Rates aie very reasonable.
Dally: Vl
Det'd Bath'$1.50 ^_JVV^_>l
With B«h • $2.00 /Sm4w4s4S^T\
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Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Sell It!
If you have anything to
tell, try a Classified advertisement in the Herald.   Our rate's are very
Someone may*:, need that
article you'doh't require.
A small Ad. may bring
lots of
First-class Business Lots at
S200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now ia the Time to Buy Property
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
A Complete Line
We have on hand at all times a Complete Line of Men's
Wearing Apparel, including Heavy and Dress Boots and
Shoes. Rubbers of all kinds, Underclothes, Shirts, Socks,
Hats, Caps, Heavy Woollen Pants, Maokinaw Coats and
Pants, Windbreakers, Dress Suits, Waterproof Coats,
Overalls, Gloves, Etc.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter,
OPEN   UNTIL   10  P.M.
T. W. FALCONER Ali„ a™
Lode and placer gold mining have made remarkable strides
in the past three years.   Historic Cariboo and Bridge
River districts are now prominently in the public eye.
There are opportunities for profitable investment, and
about 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral bearing
lands are open for prospecting.
British Columbia is the leading Canadian Province in
production of silver, lead and zinc.
Inform yourself by consulting Official Publications of
which these are the most recent:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the calendar year 1932,
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Preliminary Report on the Mineral Industry of British
Columbia for the calendar'year 1933.
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
The Department of Mines,
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
For Results,  Advertise in the
Herald ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. April 7, 11134
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any class of work promptly
and efficiently, from a plain
black and white Handbill to a
three or four Color Souvenir
Youngsters Travel Alone
Loaded witli a large paper bag,
full of sandwiches and fruit,
five young Canadian "voyageurs"
are seen at Windsor Station,
Montreal, where they more than
enjoyed themselves while waiting
tor the train to take them to the
Canadian Pacific liner Duchess of
York  and  England.    They are
Billy Anderson, 14, and his four
sisters, left to right above, Ena,
Blanche, Greta and Gwen. Greta,
the youngest, is only six.
Few youngsters of his age are
ever called upon to chaperone
four young sisters on a 5,000 mile
lourney, but Billy shouldered his
responsibilities like a man. He
was shepherd, guide and constant
census-taker of his little flock.
The children are going to live
with their grand-parents at Pur-
ley, near London. Canadian Pacific representatives and the Traveller's Aid Society cared for
them en route. On board the Duchess of York the little girls were
looked after by a motherly head-
Seven Seas Traversed
QllR   fiOAT/N© ttOMB
yy* passed in luxurious comfort, free from any
care or Irritating responsibility and absolutely
without one disturbing incident from continent to
continent," stated Lady Williams-Taylor on her return
(rom a world cruise on board the Canadian Pacific
liner, the "Empress of Australia," during which tour
five continents, twenty-one countries and twenty-six
ports were visited and seven sess traversed.
"Witli sheltered ease," continued Lady Taylor,
"we had unfolded to us the soul-penetrating magnificence and the semewbat repellant fanatical conditions
of India and distraught, yet ever thrillingly interesting China.. We steamed up and down the dangerous
Pearl River, and saw first-hand the devastation of
Canton. Mysterious Java, and almost untouched
lumatra, held at spellbound.  Singapore and its ever
growing docks amazed us, and lovely Ceylon enchanted us. But Hawaii wound itself about oui
hearts and, to its haunting 'Aloha Oe,' we saw it
fade away through regretful tears. Not only arc
the islands more than fascinating, but the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel would tempt any traveller to return.
"After such a wonder tour of 133 days," concluded
Lady Taylor, "we 'Lotus Bating Tourists' have once
again to face the realities of ordinary existence with-
out the untiring supervision and perfect organisation
of the mighty and far-reaching Canadian Pacific
Railway and Steamship's protection and care of us.
It was, Indeed, with hearts full of. gratitude and
appreciation for our splendid captain, his staff, and
for the constant and devoted attention of the cruise
directors, that we finally bid farewell to our floating
home—the 'Enroress of Australia.'"
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   HERALD ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  April 7,   1934
Financial Writer Favors
Railway From Stewart
To Interior
Given nine months in which to
make a start on construction and
a maximum of five years to
complete the road, the Canadian
North Eastern Railway Company,
Consolidated Mining & Smelting
Co. subsidiary, may make a start
this year on a road from Stewart to
Fort Grahame, says Howard T.
Mitchell in the Financial News.
In the face of some opposition
from members whose constituencies
lie along the Pacific Great Eastern
Railway and who feared that the
C. N. E. line would constitute a
serious competitor, Premier Pattullo has introduced a bill extending
the C. N. E. charter subject to the
time provisions mentioned above.
The Premier made it clear that
the interests of no section of the
province could be held up to advance those of another area, and in
any case, that he doubted if a line
inland from Stewart would injure
the future of the Pacific Great
Eastern Railway.
Whether or not the Consolidated
Mining & Smelting Company will
make a start this year on construction will depend on the value the
mining company places upon the
charter and the desirability of retaining it.
The company is known to have
large placer holdings under development on the Mesilinka River and
a copper property on Thutdale
Lake. The railway would give
access to the famous Groundhog
Coal fields, where Lord Rhondda
for   many    years   held   extensive
Trojans Enter Finals In
League Playoff
There was hardly any doubt as
to the outoome of the play-off game
in the Men's Senior A League,
played on Wednesday last between
the Tiojans and Meohanics. Although the Mechanics put up au
A 1 game they were outclassed
by the clever and fast-moving Trojans, who won 38-24. The latter
now meet the Vandals A for the
Cup on Faiday 6th. Starting out
with a 17-pt. lead, the Trojans
made the pace hot from the start,
but the machine men were on their
toes and a fast game resulted.
Clever passing featured the game,
the Trojans time and again working the ball to their star forward.
Bud Gillies, who made fifteen pointB
For the losers J. Gillies made some
fine field shots, notching ten points
while L. Gillies and J. Hawes also
played a sterling game. The teams
Mechanics, J. Hawes 6, M. Patrick
3, J. Gillies 10, C. Dresser 5, L.
Gillies, W. Watson. Trojans: W.
Shields 8. B. Gillies 15, F. Dodsworth, H. Dresser 9, F. Gordon 4,
T. Scott 2.
leases on near anthracite coal
measures. It would also give access to the Ferguson lead-zinc mine
which is a potential large tonnage
operation, sometimes referred to as
a second Sullivan.
Construction on the road would
tremendously stimulate prosperity
in British Columbia, since it would
open a new mineral empire to development.
The Herald is $2.00 a vear.
Mine Girls' Basketball Team
Shows Improvement
Showing keen enthusiasm in
their efforts, the Mine Girls put up
a good fight against a selected team
last Wednesday. They only lost
by three points. All showed improvement, the forward line being
noticeably good. M. Clarkson,
right guard, was unfortunately
absent, but the position was well
filled by Y. Cannon, who played a
sterling game. P. Arscott, B. Cannon, and E. Johnson starred for the
Mine while D. Rogers, J. Pinckney
and P. Loudon worked well for the
Folks are always "down" on the
things they are not "up" on.
It is reported that the Henry
government intends to have the
Ontario legislature prorogued this
week and that a general election
will be called for the second week
in June
Fully experienced Dental Nurse
Prophylaxis, X Rays, Pyorrhea,
and Trench Mouth treatments.
Six years' experience. Requires
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Miss G. E. Lang,
C% Dr. Brett Anderson,
Bank of Nova Scotia BIdg.
Vancouver, B. C.
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Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application lo club manager
Enjoy This
Foaming "Bock"
Beginning March 31, Government Liquor
Stores and beer parlors offer you this special
brew from British Columbia's most famous
breweries. For months it has been in the
maturing vats . . . and now it is ready.
Full-bodied, foaming, rich in those healthful
properties which make "Bock" the Spring
tonic that thousands enjoy.
British Columbia's Favorite Brands
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the
j Government of British Columbia.
ere an
A. C. Leighton, R.B.A., president ol the Government Art
College at Calgary, will again
hold his summer art school tor
selected art students from the
province of Alberta at the Kana-
naskis Dude Ranch near Banff,
Alta. Mr .Leighton, who is a
grand nephew of the late Lord
Leighton, president ot the British
Academy from 1878 to 1896, has
been painting for years at Banff
and through the Canadian Rockies. He is also head of the Institute of Technology and Art in
connection with the University of
Alberta. The Kananiskis Dude
Ranch operated by Mrs. Bill
Brewster, is well known throughout Canada and the United States,
and is surrounded by the most
magnificent of Canadian Rocky
Mountain scenery.
Governor Frank Murphy, of the
Philippine Islands, was the guest
of Commodore R. G. Latta, of the
Canadian Pacific liner Empress
of Britain, at Manila on March 15.
Governor Murphy Inspected the
liner, which is engaged on her
annual Round the World cruise,
and wished Commodore Latta and
his ship many happy returns to
Your favorite picture stars,
from Greta Garbo to Betty Boop
will be seen as well as heard
aboard the "Duchess" liners, as
well as the "Empresses" of the
Canadian Pacific this summer.
The Duchess of Bedford and
Duchess of York are already
equipped with' talking picture
machines and the Duchess of
Atholl and Duchess of Richmond
will have them for their first
voyages this summer. The Empress of Britain and Empress of
Australia have been showing
talkies for some time now.
The Easter holidays, commencing March 29 and extending to
April 3rd, offer an exceptional
opportunity for travel. The Canadian Pacific Railway is making
generous fare concessions and
indications are that extensive
travel programmes will be carried
out by Canadians and visitors to
the Dominion.
A large party of Holy Year
pilgrims from the Maritime Provinces sailed from Halifax recently ln the Canadian Pacific liner
Montclare. On Easter Eve they
will be received ln audience by
the Pope. They will visit London, Paris, Milan, Assist and other
cities In Europe before returning
to Canada at thj end of April.
How can any man possibly look as pleasant as this Gymnasium
Instructor, with seven charming ladies crying "Gimme" at once? The
answer is that the photograph was taken on the Canadian Pacific liner
"Duchess of Richmond" during a cruise of West Africa, the Isles of the
Blest and the Mediterranean. This was the last photograph taken by the
late "Topple" Edwards, father of the modern illustrated newspaper.
Smokers' Sundries
Pine Quality Pipes, 25c, 50c, $1.00 and up.
Sets of Two Pipes, complete  50c
K. W. Storm Lighters 75c
Bullet Lighters 25c
Thoren Lighters $3.50
Ronson Lighters $5.00 and $6.50
Sets of Cigarette Case and Lighter, $1.25
Aonian Lighter and Chrome Finish Case; a
very smart set, $2.25.
See our Swiss 7-jewel Watches, regular $7.50
Special $6.00.
Pocket Bens, guaranteed $1.75


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