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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. 9,   NO. 32
Alice Arm, B. C, Satt/bday, February 8, 1930
5 cents each.
Oddfellows Win From
Celts By Narrow
Margin
The usual number of spectators
showed up at the gym Wednesday
evening and watched the juveniles
throw the ball around until the
players scheduled to perform at
7:30 appeared on the scene. Basketball is apparently going to be a
success when a new generation of
performers has grown up. No
girls' game was played. The Beach
are in great need of two or three
more ladies who are willing to
practice and play just for the fun of
it.
Under the new schedule the Oddfellows engaged the Celts and almost lost. Early in the game the
Celts were leading at 8-5 but the
twenty-minute period seemed to fag
them and at half time they were on
the short end of 13-9. Some fast
work early in the second half pulled
the score up to 17-15. At this
point Ernie Barclay was marked
down for the fourth foul and it
looked as if the Oddfellows would
have to finish with an uneven number of players. A search of the
hall uncovered J. Cloke who had to
take the floor without changing before the time-out period should
close. His sojourn in the game
was imperilled when his conversations with the referee drew two
technical fouls which, however, the
Celts failed to convert. Playing
more coolly than their opponents the
lodge members managed to nurse a
four-point lead through to the end.
They had a shifting attack and defence that worked well and the
Celts' ill-advised long passes usually fell into the hands of the enemy.
For the winners McDonald was in
rare form.
Oddfellows: T. Cloke-1, C. Dres-
ser-6, S. Steele-4, A. McDonald-14,
E.   Barclay,    J. Cloke.    Total-25.
Celts: 1. Davies-4, Calderoni-8,
S. Armstrong-8, F. Dodsworth, C.
HUM.   Total-21.
Referee, Norton Youngs.
Mr. Sid. Miller Passes
Away at Anyox
The death occurred at the Anyox
Hospital on Thursday, January
30th of Mr. Sylvester Miller, better known to his many friends in
the ,north as "Sid". Deceased had
been in poor health for a considerable time, and hud been an inmate
of the hospital for some weeks previous to his death. He suffered
eonsiderable from Asthma and kindred complaints.
The late Mr. Miller had spent
the past fifteen years at Alice Arm
as a prospector, and was also well
known in Anyox, being employed
there on several occasions. He
was in his 67th year and leaves to
mourn his loss a brother residing
at San Antonio, Texas.
He was unmarried and was born
at St. Louis. Missouri, During his
life lie visited almost every prom-
Annual Meeting Community
League, February 26th.
The annual meeting of the
Anyox Community League will be
held on Wednesday, February
26th. in the Reoreation Hall.
Nominations for new councillors
will be made, and the annual report covering last year's operations
will be read by the secretary, Mr.
V. S. McRae.
inent mining camp in the west.
The funeral was held on Sunday,
interment taking place at the Anyox cemetery.    Rev. J. S. Brayfield officiated.
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Twenty-one friends of the deceased journeyed from Alice Arm
to Anyox on Sunday to pay their
last respects to their old friend.
A large nunber of Anyox friends
also attended, the total being over
fifty.
Officers Elected Christ
Church Meeting
The annual parish meeting of
Christ Church, Anyox, was held on
Thursday evening, January 30, with
a fairly good attendance.
Reports dealing with the Church
finances, alterations fund, Sunday
School, and Women's Auxiliary
were presented and approved.
Votes of thanks were accorded
to the W. A. and Guild for monetary aid, to the organist, Mrs.
Kent, to the Rector and to the Sunday School staff, Miss Florence
Dodsworth, Mr. Arthur Dodsworth
and Mr. Fordyce Clark.
Mr. F. Dodsworth will again
serve as people's warden and Mr.
Fred Graham was re-appointed
Rector's warden. The members of
the vestry elected are: Mr. Edward
Ashton, Mrs. J. S. Brayfield, Mr.
Fordyce Clark, Mr. Roland Gale,
Mrs. A. R. Kent and Mr. G. H.
Stewart.
Outstanding World and Provincial Events
of The Past Two Days
Naval Parley Can Not
Agree on Submarines
Special to the Herald
London, Feb. 6th.—After considerable animated discussion, there
appears little hope of the Naval
Parley reaching a decision in regard to the abolishing of under-
seas craft in time of war. Their
use, however, may be restricted.
Great Britain and the United
States are agreeable to their complete elimination, hut France, Italy
and Japan are in favor of their
use.
Hutchings and Gordon Are
Awarded Commission
Friends of Mr. J. A. Anderson of
Anyox and Mr. James Anderson of
Alice Arm will regret to learn that
their aged father passed away on
Monday, February 3rd. at Creig-
myle, Alberta. Mr. J. A. Anderson who was in Vancouver was able
I to reach the bedside of his father
j shortly before he expired.
Messrs. Hardy and Noble,  audi-
Itors for the   Granby Co.   left on
Monday for Vancouver.
Vancouver, Feb. 7th.—Follow
ing the trial in tlie supreme court
here, Justice Fisher today awarded
F. L. Hutchings and Roy Gordon,
full judgement against Lewthe-
waite, in regard to commission for
selling Sir Donald Matin's property
at Stewart.
President of Mexico Is
Wounded by Assassin
Special to the Herald
Mexico City, Feb. 6th.—Mexico City was thrown into a state, of
turmoil today, when a would be
assassin wounded the new President of Mexico, Pascual Oritizra-
boo. Six shots were fired at the
president, who was wounded in
the face. The president's predecessor was1 murdered by a political
assassin last year.
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Liberals Seek Information Watt Dismissal
Special to the Herald
Victoria, Feb. 6th.—Documents
and reports were asked today in
the Legislature in motions filed by
T. D. Pattullo, opposition leader,
A. M. Manson and other liberals,
regarding the Order in Council
dismissing Watt, former government agent at Prince Rupert. All
correspondence in regard to the
matter was also asked for.
President of Mexico On Way
To Recovery
Mexico City, Feb. 7th President Pascual Oritizrabco, who was
wounded in the face yesterday by
gunshot is recovering from his injuries.
Vancouver. Feb. 7th.—No. 1
Northern wheat tyl.2i{.
Unemployed of Victoria
Marches to Parliament
Special to the Herald
Victoria, Feb. 6th.— A number
of unemployed of Victoria, numbering about 100) marched into
the Legislative Buildings last night
aud demanded assistance from the
government. Provincial police
officers persuaded them to name a
delegation of five, for the purpose
of interviewing Premier Tolmie.
C. P. R. Common Stock To
Be Split 4 Shares for 1
Montreal Feb. 7th.—It is announced that Canadian Pacific
Railway common stock will be
split four to one. This statement
was made today by President B.
W. Beatty.
Great Britain and U. S. Agree
To Naval Parity
London, February 7th.—Immediate naval parity with Great
Britain was proposed today by
Stimson, United States representative at the naval parley, in a
statement to the press. The statement is understood to have receiv-
the assent of Premier Ramsey
MacDonald.
Officers For Women's
Hospital Auxiliary
Re-elected
Valuable Work Outlined
The Women's Auxiliary to the
Anyox Hospital at its meeting on
Tuesday, January 28th unanimously
requested the officers to serve another term. The executive for the
following year will again include:
Honorary President, Mrs. D. R.
Learoyd; President, Mrs. W. F.
Eve; Vice-President, Mrs. H. R.
Patrick; Secy.-Treas.; Mrs. A. R.
Kent.
Thus those who have directed the
valuable work of the Auxiliary in
the past will continue to provide
extra comforts for the patients.
Since 1923 over fifteen hundred dollars has been raised and disbursed
for such extras as easy.chairs, foot-
rests, bed lights, lamp shades,
night lights, towel racks, book
rests, etc. Flowers for the patients
are an added treat whenever possible. Christmas and Easter are
brightened with gifts and decorations, and from time to time entertainment is arranged. A splendid
phonograph toward the cost of
which the Auxiliary made a handsome donation, and a large selection of records is available.
For summer use the Auxiliary-
has provided camp chairs, and for
all year round a miniature pool table, crib boards, cards and other
games. Numerous plants are supplied and tended by the ladies who
employ their time at the business
meetings in mending linen. Once
a year, at Hallowe'en, the Auxiliary
arranges a dance for money-raising
purposes.
Billiard League  Will   Play
Two Matches a Week
Dies at Age 102 Years
Vancouver, Feb. 7th.—Solomon
Metah, one of Vancouver's oldest
residents, died last night at the
advanced age of 102 years.
Health of Taft Improving
Washington. Feb. 7th.—Ex-
President Taft, who has been seriously ill, is slowly improving in
health.
Hereafter the Billiard League
will play two matches a week.
This will serve to heighten the interest of the competitors and to
provide amusement for those at leisure. On Wednesday night Concentrator and Boiler Shop played
fairly evenly. Scores were:
Concentrator:
M. Carey ......131
J. McColl ....150
D. Cavalier 150
J. Vine 100
Boiler Shop:
A. Wright ..150
S. Peel ..126
J. Bell 74
R. Adock     150
Advertise in the Herald ALICE  ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD. Saturday.    February   8.  1930
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Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $3.00
Notiees for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notiees -      -      -      ■      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Hates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
The annual meeting of trie
Anyox Community League will be
held on Wednesday February
26th. On that date the members
of the League will be called upon
to elect a new Council, to conduct
operations for another year. Looking back over the past year, even
the pessimist must admit that the
League has made great progress.
During the past few months a
greater interest has been taken by
the people of Anyox in the operations of the League than at any
previous time. The present Council have striven to popularize the
organization by doing everything
in their power to provide indoor
and outdoor sport. The library
has also been considerably improved by the addition of many new
books. The reading room has
also received attention, and the
best films procurable has been
shown at the picture shows at a
low price unobtainable anywhere
in the province. The children
have also received every consideration in the way of recreation and
amusement. That the efforts of
the Council have been appreciated
is evidenced by the fact that the
membership has increased during
the past few months. The members of the present Council have
fulfilled their duties efficiently, and
it may be possible to elect them
for another term. Failing this, it
is the duty of the members of the
League   to   elect   broad-minded
Noah   Timmins   Buys
Surf Inlet Mine
and Mill
Purchase of the property and
equipment of the Belmont Surf
Inlet Mining- Co. by Mr. Noah
Timmins, well known Ontario Mining- operator, is reported.
The deal was effected through
Mr. J. U. Woodworth, Vancouver
mining engineer, who has been
associated with Mr. Timmins in
many ventures. The vendors were
Tonopah Belmont Mining Co. of
Philadelphia.
It is the plan of the new owners
to work the old mine, and also to
use the mill at the Surf Inlet plant
to handle ore from a mine on Por-
cher island, owned jointly by Mr.
Timmins and Mr. Woodworth.
The mine is located 100 miles north
of Surf Inlet, and has been under
development for two years, good
showings of ore being located.
Mr. F. M, Wells and Mr. Woodward recently made a trip to Surf
Inlet to inspect the property, but
were unable to get to the mine on
account of the frozen condition of
the inlet.
Government Will Be Asked
To Relieve Unemployment
The government of Canada will
be approached by a delegation from
Western Canada seeking cessation
of unemployment difficulties in the
Dominion, it was decided at the
closing session of the unemployment conference of Western provinces, cities and municipalities.
A deputation will be sent to Ottawa to request the formation of a
scheme of unemployment insurance
and a decision by the Dominion
government to bear a share of unemployment relief expenditures.
Railway Lands Will Be Soon
Returned to Province
Negotiations for the return to the
province of British Columbia of Dominion railway lands and the Peace
River Block are near to a satisfactory consumation and legislation to
complete the transfer will be prepared to go before both the provincial legislature and the federal
house, Premier S. F. Tolmie announced in the legislature last
week.
The premier also said that restoration of the sockeye salmon of the
Fraser River could be effected only
through a treaty between Canada
and the United States.
men, who will, without friction,
carry on the good work that has
marked the present year.
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   $65,372,583.00
Estimated Production year 1929 $70,030,976.00
The Preliminary Review and Summary of
Mining Operations for the Year 1929
Now is available, and may be obtained, together with
copies of the Annual Reports, Bulletins, etc., upon
application to
THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES,
VICTORIA, B. C.
Holding   Of  Wheat Shows
Adverse Trade Balance
Trade figures to December 31,
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covering the first  nine  months  of
the fiscal year again reflect reduced
grain shipments from Canada. Domestic exports for the period reached $890,465,000 while imports were
$969,698,000. Re-exports were
$19,281,000 leaving a net adverse
balance for the period ot $60,000,-
000.
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MINING CAMP SUPPLIES
A COMPLETE SERVICE
Powder, Caps, Fuse, Steel and Tools.   Kain test Clothing,
Stanfield's Underwear, Hand-made Boots.   A full line of
Quality Groceries for Mining needs.
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BRUGGY'S STORE
Alice Arm
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KEEP WARM
We have a Large Selection of Men's Heavy Clothing for Outdoor Wear, including:
Heavy Woollen Underclothes, Socks, Gloves,
Sweaters, Heavy Mackinaw Coats and Pants,
Heavy Woollen Shirts, Rubber Shoes & Leather
Shoes in all styles. Overcoats for Dress Wear.
Also Heavy Blankets to keep out the cold while
you are asleep
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General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL  10   P.M.
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ABOUT THE
STOCK
A STOCK Exchange is
essentially a Public
Service doing its best to
make trading secure and
efficient.
While this work has far-
reaching results, the first
principles of operation are
simple. Somebody gives a
broker an order. By cable
or phone the broker's
"floor"-man gets the
order for execution. The
price paid for the stock is
the official quotation on
the "floor" at exactly that
time. The seller writes a
triplicate record of the
transaction, timed mechanically to with a tenth-
second. Buyer, seller and
Exchange each retain one
copy. So every sale is permanently recorded and
made known on the
ticker.
Stock prices on the floor
of the Exchange are controlled by orders received
from the Public to buy
and sell. The Exchange
exercises no control over
fluctuations. Like a loudspeaker it simply broadcasts the trading minute
by minute. Regulations
governing trading were
accepted by the Provincial
Parliament In session in
1907. No trading can take
place between members
off the "floor." The Stock
Exchange itself has nothing to do with arrangements between brokers
and clients. Being members of the Exchange,
brokers are directly servants   of   the   investing
TO GIVE THE  FACTS
TO DELIVER  PROMPTLY
Public and must follow
the instructions of their
clients. Every broker depends on his business to
keep the confidence of his
clients. Obviously, It Is
against his own best interests in any way to do
anything but to supply
clients with the facts
concerning a company or ,
a market situation.
The principles governing
the Vancouver Stock Exchange are similar to
those of London and New
York. And as London's
and New York's exchanges
have performed great
services to business in
Great Britain and the
United States, so must
one agree that the Exchange in Vancouver has
influenced investors to
pay attention to industries in Western Canada.
The securities of these
dustries have been affected by recent unsettled
conditions. Whether
prices have been high or
low, their real value consists In what properties
can earn from year to
year. Recent market
movements have been
largely illusory. Western
Canada's resources and
productive capacities have
not been affected. On the
contrary the FACTS indl-
cate even greater development. The Stock Exchange and its members
stand pledged to play
their part in making
this progress sound and
wholesome.
These four services are important to business . . . their truthful
performance a matter of honor and integrity to all houses desiring
continued good relations with the Public and the Stock Exchange.
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This adrerliiemcnl i> published by Members ol the Vancouver Stock Exchange in orisr to
diiieminatc information concerning the function, <>/ a Stock Exchange and the Business of
Buying and Selling Securities.
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Ttie total value nf the principal
field crops of Cnntidli tor 1929 is
estimated at Jiisti.9Sii.non, about
140.000.000 less than iu 1928.
Construction of the new steamer
for the service between Saint John
and Ulsby on the Bay of Fundy is
well advanced and It Is hoped to
have It In operation by next August,
Grant Hall, senior vice-president of
the Canadian Pacific Railway, announced recently on a visit to the
New Brunswick city.
Indicating western Canada's Importance in the livestock world, 20
head of registered Aberdeen Angus
cattle from Gloncaruock Farm, famous breeding establishment operated near Brandon by Hon. J. D. McGregor. Lieutenant-Governor of the
province, recently arrived at Vancouver by Canadian Pacific Railway
for shipment to Australia and New
Zealand.
Designed to furnish the Immense
Iniciive effort of 83,200 pounds, a
new locomotive, first of its kind on
this continent, to be operated on a
high strain pressure principle, will
bu immediately placed under construction at the Angus Shops of the
Canadian Pacific Railway. It will
be one of the most powerful in the
world and will supersede the 5900
engine of the railway as the most
powerful ln the British Empire.
Locomotive and tender will weigh
764.000 lbs. or 14,000 Idb. heavier
than the 5900 engine and 120,000
lbs. heavier than the 2800 locomotive.
How one (14,000,000 equipment
contract given by the Canadian
Pacific Railway to the National
Steel Car. of Hamilton, during
1929, resulted in 122 business
houses, located in four Canadian
provinces, securing valuable supply
orders and how this far-flung distribution of the company's contract
provided steady work and wages for
skilled mechanics and large office
staffs over a period of months ha*
been revealed by a study of statistics at the National Steel Car Co.
and Canadian Pacific Railway.
T. A. Murphy, M.P., of Toronto,
was a passenger on S.S. Montrose
recently from Saint John. As an
official of the Amateur Athletic
Union ot Canada, Mr. Murphy is on
his way to Great Britain to make
arrangements for the British Empire games at Hamilton next August, at which every part of the Empire will be represented by brilliant
athletes.
What is regarded as one of the
largest real estate transactions oa
record was made recently when tha
Canadian Government reached
agreements with the Provincial
Governments of Manitoba and Alberta for the transfer to those provinces of their natural resources.
These include large areas of land,
forests, water powers, fisheries,
mines, oilfields, etc., and represent
a value In excess of a billion dollars. The agreement will be ratified by Parliament at its next session early this year. (
The Wilder Silver Medal, one of
the highest awards made by the
American Pomological Society, has
been given to W. T. Macoun, Dominion Horticulturist, for hlswofk
In breeding new varieties in apples
and for his contirubtlon to horticulture generally. Mr. Maeoun has
occupied the position of Dominion
Horticulturist at tho Canadian Government Experimental Farm at Ottawa for the past 41 years.
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ALICB ARM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD, Saturday,    February   8. 1930
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The largest passenger liner Into
the port of Saint John in 1908 was
the Parisian, of 4,500 tons; nowadays the 20,000-ton Duchess of York
is but one of four "Duchess" ships
using the port, said Hugh A. Allan,
founder of the Allan Line of Steamships, on landing at Saint John recently, ar,d commenting on the
growth of the port. He was certain
it would continue to grow in the future as it had done in the past.
There is a huge market in Europe for breeding silver foxes which
will absorb all that Canada has to
offer for many years, is the view of
J. S. Wedlock, of St. John, passenger on the Duchess of York, who
lias been spending some time in
Sweden where he established a fox
farm stocked from his farm on
Prince Edward Island.
Sponsored by Hon. R. Randolph
Bruce, Liouteuant-Governor of British Columbia, and under direction
of Harold Eustace Key, musical director for the Canadian Pacific
Railway, tho second annual sea
music festival has just been hold
at the Empress Hotel, Victoria,
with groat success. Artists of international repute took part in the
revival of the sea chanteys that
men sang when wooden ships
manned by iron crews sailed the
Seven Seas.
During the five years that the
Canada Colonization Association
has been under the control of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, it has
settled 4,270 families on 844,268
acres at a purchase price including
equipment of more than $33,000,000,
was the statement of W. M. Neal,
general manager of the railway's
western lines, speaking at the first
annual meeting of the Saskatchewan branch of the Association held
at Regina recently.
A vast amount of serious work is
being done along constructive lines
in oil development in Alberta, G G.
Ommanney, director of the Canadian Pacific Railway's department
of development, stated in a recent
interview at Winnipeg. A million
barrels of oil had been taken from
western Canada last year'and prospects were good for greater production in 1930, he added.
Seven Canadian Pacific special-
trains will be required to carry
some snowshoers, members of clubs
in Quebec Province and New England, who are coming to the convention of snowshoe clubs to bo
held at Ottawa February 1-2. Two.
special trains will be needed to
carry the delegation from Maine
centres and two more for that from
Montreal.
Another new Canadian Pacific
steamer took to the water recently
at Glasgow when the "Princeis
Elizabeth", 5,0C0-ton vessel for the
British Columb'a Coastal Service,
was launched from the yards of
the Fairfield Shipbuilding Company
at Govan by Mrs. R. B. S. Record,
daughter of W. R. Maclnnes, vice-
president of the Canadian Pacific
Railway. The ship can reach n
speed of 16% knots, will have
sleeping accommodation for 465
passengers and day accommodation
for 1,500.
Fish causht in the inland lake?
of the Province of Saskatchewan
have an annual value of ovrr $500.-
OOO. Among the principal Uinds of
fish caught are gold-eyes, herring,
p'ckerel, p'lto, sturgeon, mulleta,
trout, Hillibec and white fish.
Trading  In Stocks Is
Basically Simple
During the past period of intensive trading on the Vancouver
Stock Exchange, improvements
have been made to the system which
makes trading here comparable in
efficiency with practices in leading
exchanges of the world, according
to Charles G. Pennock, President
of the Vancouver Stock Exchange.
The Vancouver Stock Exchange
operates on the "post" system
which permits trading in different
stocks simultaneously at the various stations on the "floor". The
operation of buying and selling has
been simplified.
An investor gives his broker an
order to buy stock. This order is
conveyed to the broker's representative on the "floor" and offered for
sale. Should another broker hold
a buying order for the same stock,
he shouts "sold'' and the transaction is complete. The price paid is
the official price quotation for that
stock. Records are kept in triplicate and automatically time-stamped to within a tenth-second.
The Vancouver Stock Exchange
is merely a machine giving a necessary service to investors. It is
operated on a system passed and
approved by the Provincial Government.
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FOR THE CHILDREN
1. Books and Magazines
2. Good Movies at Low Prices
3. Supervised Play Indoors
4. Outdoor Playing Grounds
5. Summer Camp and Bathing Beach
6. Physical Education in School
7. Free Seasonal Treats
YOUR MEMBERSHIP WILL HELP
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STEAMSHIP AND TRAIN
SERVICE
Sailings from Anyox for Prince Rupert and Vancouver via Stewart each Wedneaday at 12.00
midnight.
|For North and South Queen Charlotte Iilandi
fortnightly
PASSENGER TRAIN SERVICE FROM PRINCE RUPERT
Trains leave Prince Rupert Monday, Wedneiday, Saturday 11.30 a.m.,
for Jasper, Edmonton, Winnipeg, direct connections for all points
Bast and South.
For Atlantic Steamship Sailings or further information, apply to an) Canadian
National Agent, or to R. F. McNAUGHTON, District Paaaenger Agent
Prince Rupert, B. C.
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Noranda Mining  Co.  Adds
To Ore Reserves
It is reported that Noranda has
added 1,000,000 tons of high-grade
ore to its 2,000,000 tons proven a
year ago, and that some 4,000,000
tons of low-grade ore has been
blocked out which may be used for
operating on a large scale.
THE ALICE ARM MEAT MARKET
W. A. WILSON, Proprietor
WHOLESALE  AND   RETAIL
Dealers in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs
Equipped  with  Modern   Cold Storage  Plant
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papen
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
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All Set for Quebec Winter Sports
"The Winter season of sport at Quebec City with
* headquarters at the Chateau Frontenac is now
well on its way to make 1930 the best year so far
experienced at the Ancient Capital. The international
Dog Sled Derby, and the grand snowBhoe parade and
sham attack on the citadel will be the high lights of
the season, but right now there is an influx of winter
sport lovers at Quebec. Lay-out shows Aileen Riggln,
former Olympic diving champion, leaving for a mush
in dog sled from Chateau Frontenac where she is a
guest. Inset is a group of skiers and Miss Riggin
is proving that diving is not her only strong card
but that fancy skating is also one of her accomplishments, * ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.  Saturday.    February   8.  1930
1      ANYOX NOTES      j
Mr. E. L. Perrin who was called
to Vancouver on account of serious
injuries to his parents at the hands
of a bandit, which later caused the
death of his mother, returned on
Monday.
Mrs. A. McDonald accompanied
by her son Neil and daughter Isobel
arrived home on Monday from holidays spent in Vancouver.
W. Alexander was an arrival
from the south on Monday.
Mr. Nichol and J. M. Hocking
arrived from Prince Rupert on
Monday.
Mrs. C. Clay returned home on
Monday from a trip to Prince Rupert.
Mrs. L. Intermelia arrived in
town from Prince Rupert on Monday.
George Pearson of the Anyox
Drug Store left for Prince Rupert
on Monday and later will proceed
to Vancouver.
E. M. King, Mr. Stevens, H. P.
Watson and A. G. Goldberg left
for Prince Rupert  on   Monday.
Among the departures for Vancouver on Monday were: R. S. Millar, W. Sagoff, M. Zite, J. Byzko,
A. McLean, V. Gyppson.
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Anyox Choral Society Will
Hold Concert Monday
The Anyox Choral Society will
hold a concert in the Recreation
Hall, on Monday evening next.
February 10th. An excellent programme has been arranged and
lovers of music will again have the
pleasure of listening to this talented constellation of artistes. The
proceeds will be devoted to the
Anyox General Hospital patients.
The concert commences at 8 p.m.
In order to secure your favorite
seat arrive early, as a large audience is expected.   Tickets 50c.
Expenditures of Tourists To
Be Checked Up
While the financial benefits accruing from tourist traffic are admitted, Government officials are endeavouring to establish some more
accurate method of establishing the(
value to the country. The present
plan of averaging tourist expenditure at $10 per head per day is the
veriest guess work. Many tourists
do not spend that amount and
boast of the fact. The system of
counting tourists is also to undergo
revision, it being shown that the
same party has appeared no fewer
than four times in the returns as
four different parties.
ALICE ARM NOTES
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Chas. Wilson returned on Monday from Smithers, where he has
spent several months.
J. Wells left on Monday for
Vancouver, where he will spend a
vacation.
Ted Kergin left on Monday on a
visit to Prince Rupert.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
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,
ALICE ARM, B. C
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
WRITTEN ANYWHERE
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
Office:  PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from $200 to
$500
Residential Lots from $200
to $300
Robertson & Dumas
Agents for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
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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.
T. W. FALCONER Alice a™
GENERAL  MERCHANT
V.
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B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application lo club manager
FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE
Acadia Fire Insurance Co.
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada.
Ontario Equitable Life and Accident
Insurance Co.
RESIDENT AGENT:
Wm. T. TAMKIN
Mine   ...-   Anyox, B. C.
H.   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
Office:
ANYOX
Opposite Liquor Store
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
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ALICE ARM
FREIGHTING
COMPANY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Pack Trains, Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small
MILES DONALD Manager
MINERAL AOT
(Form P.)
Oertifioath op Improvements
NOTICE
"Basin," "Basin No. 1," "Basin No.
2," and Basin No. 8" Mineral Olaims,
situate in the Naas River Mining Division of the Oassiar District. Where
located: about 17 miles nn the Kitsault River anil il miles East ot. it.
TAKE NOTICE that the Angus
McLeod Estates Free Miner's Oertili-
eate No. 82$20D, intend, sixty days
from the date'hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Oertiflcate of
Improvements, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must he commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 8th. day of January,
A. D. 1030.
THE ANGUS MeLEOD ESTATE
L. H. HINTON, Agent.
Advertise in The
Herald
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PIONEER
HOTEL
Alice Arm
Comfortable Rooms for Rent
By Day, Week or Month at
Reasonable Rates
N. Sutilovich .     Prop.
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Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
KITSAULT CAFE
Alice Arm
MEALS SERVED  AT  ALL
HOURS
Bread and Pastry Always for
Sale
Gus Anderson
Proprietor
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BOY'S DEPARTMENT
Boys' Underwear, in combinations of fleece lined,  wool and cotton,  and all
wool garments, in sizes 4 years to 15 years
PRICES FROM $1.50 TO  $2.75
Pullover Sweaters, ranging from  sizes 4 years  to  15  years
PRICES FROM $1.45 TO $4.00
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
We have just received a New Shipment of Dress Materials, in Dress
Lengths,  Milose Voile, very Fine and Sheer.   Colors;   Figured Navy,
Black and Maize.   Price $1.60 per yard
Printed  Cotton  Voile, Maize, Powder Blue, Black and Grey Figured.
This material is of very good quality.   Price 90c. per yard
Wemcosheen, a new Rayon Material, colors Resda and Rose Beige Figured.
Price 75c. and $1.50 per yard
Shoe Department
GIVE THE KIDDIES HURLBUT
Recognized as the most correct and
smart in young people's Quality Footwear. From the viewpoint of economy
alone, there is no better choice than a
Hurlbut Shoe, while the knowledge that
the little bones are forming correctly;
that the toes are absolutely comfortable;
is a very comforting one
Healthy Feet Mean Healthy Bodies
Hardware Dept
We have in stock the Latest
Patterns in Linoleum and Gon-
goleum Rugs. Sizes 9 feet by
9 feet, and 9 feet by 10 1-2 feet
We can supply any Size and Pattern
at City Prices
Kitchen Linoleum by the yard, $1.00
DRUG DEPARTMENT
Parke Davis Tooth Paste.    A Scientific Toilet Preparation for cleansing and
beautifying the teeth
VERY SPECIAL, 20c.  PER  TUBE
GRANBY   STORES
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