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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.
$2.50 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to j
all other points. \
VOL. 8,   NO. 29
Alice Arm, B. 0., Saturday, January 26, 1929
5 cents each.
Will Hold Anyox Community League Annual
Meeting Next Month
On the 27th. day of February,
the Annual General Meeting of the
League will be called to hear the
report of the President on last year's
activities; to nominate a council to
carry on the business of the league
in the coming year.
It is very essential that if Anyox
is to be made a better place in which
to live, and the people, especially
the children, are to be made happier
thereby, that every public spirited
citizen of Anyox, should be present
at this General Meeting.
The interest you show at the General Meeting in the nomination of a
Council that will employ their in-'
itiative and energy in making Anyox
a little more attractive, or in giving
you wider or better recreation facilities, will bring you big dividends
in increased hours of enjoyment.
You will be able to find among
your fellow workers, men who have
the necessary qualifications, in
which case nominate them, work
for them and with them, and see
that your candidate gets in.
By all indications the General
Meeting is going to be the largest
attended meeting that has ever been
held in Anyox. It is hoped all of
the 400 members of the League will
turn out en masse to support their
respective Candidates, so plan to
|v be there early and insure a seat for
Do not rely on your neighbor's
neighbor to nominate the Council
for you, for your neighbor's neighbor may do the same thing. Your
interest in the nomination of the
new Council is the best encouragement you can give those men, who
in the succeeding year will represent
your interests.
New Ore Body At Esperanza Mine
Carries Phenominal High Gold Values
Anyox Conservatives Will
Hold  Meeting
The Anyox Conservative Association will hold a public meeting in
Recreation Hall, Wednesday January 30th. at 8 p. in. Officers for
the year will be elected. Ladies
are particularly invited.
Are Considering Change of
League Secretary
The last two meetings of the A.
|C. L. Council have had under consideration a change in the secretaryship. For a report of the proceedings our readers are referred to the
hosted copies of minutes of the
Startling results from the ore
samples recently sent out for assaying from the Esperanza mine were
received during the week. The
values were much greater than was
expected, the ore carrying considerable gold.
Three samples taken from No. 7
tunnel across a width of 30 feet
gave the following returns: No. 1
sample, $9.00 gold and 62 ozs. silver per ton. No. 3, $111.25 gold,
$10.00 silver and 50c lead. No. 4,
12.88 ozs. gold and 17.5 ozs. silver.
No. 2 was a picked sample and gold
values were considerably higher
than any of the above mentioned.
A sample taken from No. 1 tunnel gave values of $5.00 gold and
280 ozs. silver per ton. The No. 1
tunnel is at an higher elevation than
No. 7 and is 1800 feet distant.
This is one of the most important
phases of development work, as it
shows that the rich ore is not confined to one small area but is spread
over considerable ground.
When the ore body was cut
through in No. 7 tunnel an ande-
site dyke was encountered. This is
now being penetrated, and when it
has been accomplished, still richer
ore is expected to be discovered.
Encouraged by the results of
development work for the past six
months a bond has been taken on
the property adjoining the Esperanza on the south. This property
comprises three claims and a fraction: the Sock, Midway, Midway
No. 1, and Midway Fraction. It
is owned by Ralph Ingraham of
Alice Arm and Geo. Pratt of
Tacoma. It is believed that the ore
bodies of the Esperanza extend into the Midway ground.
Indications are that the Esperanza will eventually become a producer of both high grade and milling ore of considerable proportions
in the near future. Present plans
are for the further development of
the property. . Th« oompany have
been  very  conservative   in   their
statements regarding results. They
are carrying on a systematic plan
of development work, that is sure
ly getting results, which will ultimately call for a considerable
expansion of operations.
The Esperanza is a unique mine
in many respects. It was the first
mining property staked in the Alice
Arm district, being located 1903 by
the late Frank Roundy. It has
changed hands several times, each
owner taking out some high grade
ore and realizing on his investment.
Its ores carry tungsten, silver, gold
and lead. First prizes have been
taken for tungsten ore on several
occasions at Vancouver, and prizes
have also been taken for silver ores.
It is the belief of those who
know the property best that the
ore already taken from the mine
by the various owners is only a
fraction of what remains, and that
the Esperanza hill will, when dev
elopment work is extended prove a
rich producer.
Anyox Scouts Hold Very
Interesting Meetings
At a Court of Honor held in the
home of Patrol Leader Armstrong,
it was decided to try and hold a
Summer Camp at Alice Arm.
The Leaders after dealing with
other troop matters passed a vote
of thanks to Mrs. Armstrong for
her kindness in not only allowing
them to hold the meeting in her
home but also for providing refreshments.
At a recent Scout meeting, Mr.
James Donaldson gave the Scouts
a talk during the Camp Fire period
and the boys thoroughly enjoyed it.
He was requested to again address
them in the near future. The theme
of his address was: the Works of
Chas. Dickens.
Anyox Cubs are making wonderful progress, they have lately lost
their "A. C. Master" Ted Kergin.
He is very much missed and the
boys wish him good luck and hope
that one day he will again come to
the Council Rock.
Prize Awarded For Slogan
The A. C. L. Council has awarded the slogan prize of $5 to Mrs.
Etheridge .for "Sponsors Sport,
Study, and Servia."
C. W. Dord arrived on Monday
from the south.
George A. Midland was an arrival
on Monday's boat.
S. Pearson, who is on the staff at
the General Stores arrived from the
south on Monday.
J. A. Anderson arrived home on
Monday from a trip to Prince Rupert.
J. Dozich, Joe Skil and J. M.
Dronich left on Monday for the
The seasoned smoker always
insists on a good cigar. That is
why the El Doro is so popular.
A. L. Howard arrived in town
on Thursday from Prince Rupert.
M. Cavalier and A. Cavalier arrived on Thursday from Prince
M. Cranley arrived back on
Thursday from a vacation spent in
Vancouver and southern cities.
H. M. Selfe arrived in town on
Thursday from a vacation spent in
Vancouver with Mrs. Selfe.
W. A. Trotter arrived ou Thursday from Vancouver.
Mrs. Dale, who has been visiting
her daughter at Alice Arm for the
past six months left on Monday for
Alberta, where she will visit relatives
before proceeding to her home at
Red Deer.
Anyox P. T. A. Transact
Much Business
The Anyox P. T. A. on Monday
voted to spend up to $75 for equip
ping a rest-room at the elementary
school. Mr. Hartley was empowered to choose a committee to arrange the details. At the same
time the association voted to proceed with the speech and essay
competition in the elementary
school. A committee was appointed to confer with the principal of
the high school with the view to
obtaining the participation of high
school students. The competition
if conducted in both schools will
entail an expenditure of $45. The
P. T. A. has also set aside $20 towards the purpose of prizes for the
winners in the inter-school boys
basketball contest.
Address Given By Scout-
Master Gale
Scoutmaster Gale gave an address to the P. T. A. on Monday,
dealing with the necessity of character building as one of the fundamental aims of education. He
stressed the importance of teaching
thrift, self-confidence, and a broad
outlook. Mrs. McRae and Messrs.
Dresser and Redman entertained
the members with musical numbers.
The lady teaohers furnished refreshments.
Anyox Basketball Events
Of Week
Mine Ladies Stepping Along
Mine Ladies recorded two more
victories over the week-end and
look like winners of the first half
of the schedule. On Friday they
vanquished their closest rivals, the
High School, 11-5 and on Monday
out-wrestled the Beach to win 7-2.
Friday the line-ups were: Mine:
M. Rowland; A. McLachlan; M.
Marriott, 2; J. Calderoni, 2; H.
Calderoni, 7.   Total—11.
School: L. Dresser; M. Cloke;
F. Cameron, 2; J. McDonald; M.
Dresser, 2; W. Cameron; K. Eve, 1.
On Monday the teams were:
Mine: M. Rowland, 2; A. McLachlan; E. Steen; M. Marriott; J. Calderoni, 3; H. Calderoni, 2. Total
Beach: Mrs. McRostie. 2; M.
O'Neill; P. O'Neill; T. Gordon; A.
Scott; V. Eve; T. O'Neill. Total
Concentrator's Narrow Win
Concentrator are finding the going harder these days. On Friday
the Beaoh threw a scare into the
millers, threatening all the way
and losing by the narrow margin
of three points. If McLachlan had
been in his usual shooting form the
Iredshirts might have registered
a win.
The teams were: Concentrator:
Meagher, 7; McLeod, 2; McDougall,
8; McColl, 3; Cavalier.   Total—20.
Beach: Wilson, 1; Spencer; McCallum, 6; McDonald, 7; McLachlan; Redman, 2; Peters, 1. Total
Mechanics Defeat Millers
Mechanics took the measure of
the Concentrator on Monday in a
game that featured pretty shooting
by the winners particularly. At
half time the score was 15-10 and
it ended 28-22.
The players were: Concentrator:
Meagher, 12; MoLeod, 3; McColl,
2; McDougall, 3; Musser, 1; Cavalier, 1.   Total—22.
Mechanics: Lazorek, 2; Dodd, 5;
Steele, 12; Lindgren, 7; Evans, 1;
Cloke; Deane, 1. Total—28. Cloke,
Steele, and McLeod were banished
on personals.
Anyox P. T. A. Will Hold
Masquerade Dance
The P. T. A. will this year again
arrange a dance in February. The
date selected is Monday, February
11th. It will be a masquerade
affair with eight prizes for costumes. Miss Hester Richards was
appointed convenor. ALICE  ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,    January   26    1929
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Isused every Saturday at Alioe Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United Status, 83.00
Notiees for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notiees - $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Bates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
"Those who win in speculation
do not make a success of it because
they take a chance. They win
because before they take a chance
they use every human power to
eliminate risk. Men of large financial means, men who make a success of speculation, lay in their
lines of stocks when prices are low
and the risks are small. Strangely
enough, the general public usually
thinks that at such times the risks
are very great. In reality they
make a great deal of money and
they make it, not becuse they
assume great risks, but because
they waited to buy until prices were
so low that they could buy almost
without risk. He who would win
in the stock market—may win
once by taking a chance. But the
consistent winners are not those
who merely take a chance, but
those who in assuming a risk, first
eliminate chance so far as is humanly possible."—R. W. McNeel
in "Beating the Stock Market."
Consolidated Manager
Inspects Smelters
The recent departure for Europe
of Mr. Blaylock, general manager
of the Consolidated Mining and
Smelting Company for the purpose
of inspecting the latest developments
in smelters, is taken to foreshadow
the early construction of another
smelter somewhere on the coast.
Erection of such a plant would be a
great stimulus to the copper properties through the western section of
the province, since it would bring
about more rapid progress towards
actual operation of the various copper mines.—Western Tribune.
Much Topographical Survey
The Canadian Topographical Survey and the Royal Canadian Air
Force made aerial photos for survey purposes of 53,000 square miles
in 1928.
Big Amount Developed
Ore On Sabakwe
It is conservatively estimated
that the Sebakwe property, adjoining B. C. Silver and on an extension of the Premier porphyry
zone in which the rich gold-silver
ore that characterizes that area is
formed, has now put in sight at
least $1,750,000 worth of high grade
milling ore.
Mining engineers who have visited Sebakwe recently, are inclined
to give it at least equal rating with
B. C. Silver on the basis of present
showings, and there are some who
consider it second only to the Premier in economic importance among
the properties of the Salmon River
Valley. Estimates of the value of
indicated ore on Sebakwe run From1
$1,500,000 to more than double that
A diamond is a woman's idea of
% stepping-stone to success.
"Joseph, if your father could
save a dollar a week for four weeks.
what would he then have? '
"A phonograph, a new suit a
refrigerator and a set of furniture."
"Take my advice and never flirt
with married women." Why,
because their husbands might shoot
you?" "No, because their husbands
might die."
A survey of current publications
places the Family Herald and
Weekly Star of Montreal in the
lead for variety and quality of
reading. Always recognized as a
steady guide and counsellor to the
farmer the survey proclaims it
almost as equally popular in urban
Ample Power Available
At Silverado
Stewart News
The power plant at the Marmot
River, built to furnish power to the
Prosperity, Porter-Idaho and Silverado, has been connected up with
the Silverado over a 3^ mile transmission line.
Ample power will now be available
for the driving of the 1000 foot tunnel which is now in nearly half
way to the first of the veins to be
tapped. It is possible that ore may
be struck before reaching this vein
as it is known that mineralization
occurs along the contact of the
shear zone in which the veins lie.
Fifteen men are employed working three shifts a day. The camp
is fully equipped, and at night the
blaze of electric lights high up on
the mountain shine forth and verify
the activity of Stewart's front door
Consolidated Co. Will Open
Assay Office In Rupert
Ceo. W. Dunn, one of the old-
timers of the southern interior
mining camp of Rossland, will arrive in Prince Rupert about the
end of this month to take charge
of an assay office which is to be
opened there by the Consolidated
Mining & Smelting Co. in connection with its extensive interests in
the district surrounding tlie city.
Don't be afraid to speak out loud
The world is too busy to   listen   to
Utility Mines No. 1 Limited have
taken over the Tiger and Kitsol Groups
in the Upper Kitsault Valley, and an
intensive program of development work
has been inaugurated.
For Full Information apply to ihe Fiscal Agents:
Utility Mining & Financing Co. Ltd.
830-831 Rogers Building, Vancouver, B. C.
TEN PRIZES OF $5.00 each
Below will be found • Puzzle tntt may appear
to be  simple, but is oot so simple as it looks.
Try it, sod if you solve it correctly, and will
foe us I boies of HOME SALVE at 25 cents
per   box  yon  have   an  excellent  opportunity  to
win a CASH PRIZE, ranging in value from $5.00
to $50.00.
HOME    SALVE   it   i   Housebold    Emergency
Remedy  that  is easily sold.    Housekeepers  need
le,  and  us. it.    It  is  becoming more popoUr
every' dty.
Then is in entrance to the above mm at each
corner. One of these entrances leads you into
and around the maze, (but not through the
centre) then out again at the corner at vhicb
yon started. Find this path and trace it with i
soft pencil and you will have the outline of
popular fruit.
Cut out the Puzzle and write your name and
address plainly on a sheet of paper, together with
the words "I have solved the Puzzle and find the
fruit to be a (state the fruit that you
find it to he), \Pe will then notify you immediately if you ue correct, and if so, will
send you, it our risk and expense 8 boxes of
HOME SALVE to be sold M 25 cents per box.
The First Prize is $50.00 in Cosh, the Second
Prize (40.00 in Cash and ao on down the list
until  all   .he Prizes are exhausted.
We fee no reason whatever why you should not
he t Cash Prize Winner. Is it not worth your
while to try? Send you answer to-day. Don't
fall to write the words we mention neatly, and
state what the fruit you found ia, as in the
event of ties, writing and neatness will be enn-
tidered  factors.
McNab Building,       TORONTO   3.
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ot Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, $fc.
on application to club manager
Business Lots from $200 to
Residential Lots from $200
to $300
Robertson & Dumas
Agents for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co,
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
Slab Wood Cot any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
Warm Clothing
Woollen Clothes are necessary during the cold
winter months. They ward off colds and influenza, and provide you with comfort. Come over
and inspect our wide range of Winter Clothes.
We have everything necessary.
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;    also Hetfvy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
Alice Arm
Department of Mines
The Annual Preliminary Review and Estimate for the year
1928 now is available. Containing an estimate of
the mineral production for the past year, a general
summary by the Provincial Mineralogist of outstanding events and of conditions which have affected the
industry during the year, and accounts by each of six government mining engineers of recent important occurrences
in each mineral district, it will be of interest and value to
all who follow mining development in the Province.
NOTICE: For Official Reports regarding British
Columbia Mines, apply to
Dept. of Mines,
Victoria, B. C.
Special Bulletins, Annual
Reports,   etc,   furnished
free of charge on
application I
ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday.    January   26    1929-
Sea Discovered
Ralph Connor, the well known
Canadian novelist, collected recently from a half-breed voyageur in
the Canadian Northwest a highly
interesting folksong which will be
sung at the Vancouver Sea Music
Festival next January by Ulysse
Paquin, of Montreal. This song
is half French, half English, the
first part being the story of a habitant Colin while the chorus is an
English sea chanty, "Blow ye
winds of morning". This bi-ling-
ual song appears to have been popular many years ago at a time
when white pine was exported in
large quantities on the old sailing
ships from Quebec which carried
overseas the logs rafted down the
St. Lawrence from the Ottawa
River. The word 'chanty' is considered by some authorities as connected with the 'shanties' of the
Quebec lumberjacks who frequently were sailors as well as woodsmen and always sang at their
work. According to Ralph Connor,
the half-breed or metis from whom
he recorded this song was a handsome chap with beautiful voice and
manners and was a first-class
canoeman. A number of purely
French Canadian chanteys as well
will be sung by Ulysse Paquin, at
Vancouver, as the intention is to
make this Sea Music Festival at
Canadian as possible.
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Beach Recreation Hall:
Pictures:  Tuesdays,
Thursdays, and Saturdays
Mine Recreation Hall:
Pictures:   Wednesdays and
I Help the Organization
that Serves You
Advertise in the Herald
Large   Number  Sales  On
Vancouver Exchange
Volume of sales on the Vancouver Stock Exchange during the past
week has broken all previous
records, with three days recorded
in which the number of shares
traded ran well over the million
For six days from January 11 to
January 16 the total number of
shares traded was 6,016,473 and
their value $3,816,790.20 according
to records of the Stock Exchange
statistical department.
ere an
Quebec city's new srain elevator
will bo completed in January, it Is
now thought. All that remains to be
done to the 2,000,000 bushel structure is to complete the three galleries and tlie marine tower.
A Chicago Holstein breeder has
made a speoial offer to B. H. Thomson of Braeburn Farm, Boharn, Saskatchewan, for his world champion
Holstein cow, Canary Korndyke
Alcartra; but rei>/esentations are
being made to the Provincial Government to have this famous animal retained in the province.
"You don't have to sell the idea
of game protection and conservation to sportsmen," said James W.
Stuber, well known sporting writer
who attended the recent banquet in
Montreal of the Quebec Association
for the Protection of Fish and Game. "The problem is to convince
the settler and guide in the backwoods that a surplus of game for
the attraction of the hunter means
money in their pockets ana a source of revenue to many classes in
the  community."
The Santa Claus team of fairy
reindeer must be having an exciting
time these days in keeping pace
with modern delivery methods, for
Christmas presents shipped by Canadian Pacific Kxpress are being
speeded through the clouds by airplanes. Between Quebec, Montreal, New York, Ottawa, and Toronto, in the east and Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, and Edmonton in the west, airplanes
have been busy this season carrying air mail and express matter
and many belated shippers have
been aible to have their presents
delivered before Christmas by
using the air express service.
Vancouver is rolling up its (Cell
bottomed trousers in preparation
for the four day Sea Music Festival
to take place at the Hotel Vancouver from January 23 to 26. The
cheery sea chantys and famous salt
water ballads that have been sung
by sailors for many centuries will
be presented at this novel music
festival, which promises to be one
of tbe most popular and important
events of the season in the west.
It will be preceded by a Yuletide
Festival at the Empress Hotel at
Victoria when Christmas carols
will be sung by well known artists
and many quaint old customs will
be revived by the players.
The finest show herd and the
only shipment of its kind ever sent
out of Canada is now on its way to
Australia. Twenty seven animals,
three bulls and 24 females, the
cream of James D. McGregor's
famous Glenearnock stock farms,
have been loaded into C. P. R. cars
and started on their long journey
to New South Wales. Twenty of
t'.ie animals will be used for tbe
foundation herd of the government
animal husbandry' department,
while seven others will go to private purchasers. All are of the finest stock raised by the leading
Aberdeen Angus breeder and most
of them have won prizes at fairs
and stock shows throughout the
W. A. WILSON, Proprietor
Dealers in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs
Equipped with  Modern  Cold Storage Plant
Powder, Caps, Fuse, Steel aiid Tools.    Bain test Clothing,
Stanfield's Underwear, Hand-made Boots.   A full line of
Quality Groceries for Mining needs.
Alice Arm
' I
A lis* A A vm   The Bonanza Silver
r\llCC .Mini  Camp of B. C.
We invite you to investigate the mining shares now
being offered in Alice Arm properties and recommend
Kitsault-Eagle Silver Mines Ltd. (N.P.L.)
British Colonial Securities Ltd.
Suite 312, Standard Bank Building, Vancouver
Alice Arm Representative:   A. McGuire
For Results,  Advertise in  the
B. C. Land Surveyor
Surveys of Mineral Claims, Subdivisions. Underground Surveys,
Civil Engineer ol Registered Professional Engineers
Welcome Hotel
Alice Arm
Comfortable Rooms for Rent
Tobacco ft Soft Drinks Cigari, Cigarettei
A. BEAUDIN, Proprietor
Pack Trains, Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small
Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies Visit Lake
of the Hanging Glaciers in British Columbia
Hundreds of lovers of the great
outdoors have joined the
Trail Riders of the Canadian
Rockies, an organization of poets,
novelists, scientists, educators, artists, Indian chiefs, cowboys, nature lovers in general, and those
who wish to perpetuate ancient
trails in the Canadian Rockies and
get the grand kick of a wonder
ful horseback ride through the
Canadian Rockies to scenic wonders which have been viewed by a
mere handful. John Murray Gibbon, of Montreal, first organized
this great ride, which this year
starter* August 2, for the Lake
of the Hanging Glaciers, from
Banff and Lake Windermere, B.C.
Each year it has bees bigger and
better and the membership now
exceeds a thousand, many of whom
have won the gold and enamel
button signifying that they have
ridden at least fifteen hundred
miles. Of the hundred so qualifying, 23 are ladies. Three of the
girl-members who joined up with
the main party this year on the
start for the Lake had already
covered upwards of 200 miles of
mountain trails.
The Lake of the Ranging
Glaciers, about 7,500 feet above
level, in the Selkirk Range,
was discovered about 20 years ago,
but is still as wild as ever. Its
name gives some idea of its spectacular appearance, which is that
of an immense cirque, with eight
glaciers forming a morraine which
drops off sheer in an ice wall
nearly 300 feet higher than the
lake itself. From this wall icebergs are falling continually, and
forming a miniature Arctic sea
in the heart of the mountains.
Surrounded as it is by jagged
Alpine peaks, many of which exceed 11,000 feet in height, this
district has challenged the ambition of many Alpine climbers.
Advertising Does Get Results
If you wish to dispose of anything, or to broadcast
any message to the public, advertise it in the
Herald.   The paper that is read by everyone in
The District ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.    January'  26    1929
New Parliament Met On
Tuesday.  Will Have
Busy Session
The Seventeenth Parliament of
British Columbia, which met on
Tuesday with new leaders, new
back benchers and new ideas, will
have to grapple with a formidable
array of new problems besides the
many old ones which bob up regularly every year.
The ability of Premier Tolmie to
hold his own counsel, already
demonstrated in his Cabinet-mak-
ingdays, has increased, if anything,
in office, and what his government
intends to do about most things so
far as is the Cabinet's own private
business. On the other hand, the
matters which the cabinet will
have to do something about before
it adjourns the House or some of
them at any rate stand out clearly.
At this time eight major questions face the House, apart from
many minor ones, and an unknown
quantity of those things which always develop during a session
without any advance warning. The
major problems are: i
1. The future of the Pacific
Great Eastern Railway.
2. The fiscal policy of the province.
3. The handling of the government liquor business.
4. Land settlement, including
the future of the Snnias and South
Okanagan reclamation schemes.
5. Agricultural marketing.
6. Control of public utilities.
7. Provision of money to carry
on extensive road building.
8. The fixing of timber royalties
and forest conservation.
T. D. Puttallo Is Elected
Liberal Leader
T. D. Pattullo, member for Prince
Rupert and minister of lands in the
MacLean government, was on Monday chosen leader of the Liberals in
the legislature. The choice was
made by the executive of the British
Columbia Association, in session at
The choice, it is considered, was
the only practical one, as the former
minister was by far the most outstanding figure among the opposition members. He was a minister all the time the Liberals were in
power following the defeat of the
Bowser Government in 1916, until
the defeat of the Liberal party last
Mr. Pattullo's appointment was
made on motion of Hon. Ian Mackenzie, seconded by Hon. A. M.
Manson. Executive appointed a
committee of six to meet the committee from members-elect who had
conferred Saturday. These committees returned and reported Mr.
Pattullo was their unanimous choice.
About 80 attended the  executive
Anyox Forthcoming
The Badminton Club will hold
a tournament at the Gymnasium
tomorrow afternoon.
A meeting of the Anyox Conservative Association will be held at
the Recreation Hall on Wednesday,
The Basketball dance will be
held on Friday, February 1st.
The Parent-Teachers Association
dance will be held on Monday Feb
ruary 11th. at the Gymnasiun.
Mr. Pattullo celebrated his fifty-
sixth birthday last Saturday, so  he
has many years of useful service to| I
give to the province.
Alice Arm
Comfortable Rooms (or Rent
By Day, Week or Month at
Reasonable Rates
N. Sutilovich        Prop.
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
H.   M.   SELFE
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
Worthy of your Support
Anyox Community League
Reading Room and Library
A wide range of Newspapers,
Magazines  and Periodicals on
file.   New books regularly
Join Up!
Make   the League better
through your influence
(Form F.)
Oeiitificate of Improvements
"Rose Marie No. 1 Fractional,"
"Rose Marie No. 3 Fractional," "Cini-
erron No. 1 Fractional," "Oimervon
No. 8 Fractional," and "Royal Gold
No. 1 Fractional," Mineral Claims,
situate in the Naas River Mining Division of Cassiar District. Where
located: about one mile East of Kitsault River and about 20 miles from
Alice 4i'in.
TAKE NOTICE, that we, E. C.
Pickett, Free Miner's Certificate No._
11553-D and P. E. Peterson, Free?
Miner's Certificate No. 23527-D, intend
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, forthe
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 10th. day of October A.D.
■  (Form F.)
Certificate of Improvements
"Lion," "Tiger," "Plutus Fraction,"
and "Del Norte Fraction," Mineral
Claims, situate in the Naas River Mining    Division   of   Cassiar    District.
Where located: on East Side of Kitsault River, about 18 miles from Alice
TAKE NOTICE, that I, E. 0, Pick
ett, Free Miner's Certificate No. 11553-
I), intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section B5, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 15th. day  of   October
A. D. 1928.
Anyox Community
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, m Recreation Hall,
at 7.30 p.m.
Alice Arm
Bread and Pastry Always for
Gus Anderson
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
P.  O.  BOX  1604
3C3C3C JI.,       ICJEllZjaC
Candies, Magazines, Stationery,
j   Proprietary Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.  [
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
S. S. Prince Rupert leaves Anyox for Prince
Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle, and Intermediate Points, each Thursday, at 11.00 p.m.
8. S. Prince John leaves Prince Rupert, for
North and South Queen Charlotte Islands fortnightly
Trains leave Prince Rupert each Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday
at 11.30 a.m., for Jasper, Edmonton, Winnipeg, direct connections
for all points East and South.
For Atlantic Steamship Sailings or further information, apply to any Canadian
National Agent, or to R. F. McNAUGHTON, District Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Only until the end of this month to take advantage of this Special.
With Every Hobberlin Suit Ordered in January, we
Supply Extra Pants Free.
Do not Neglect to look over the Values Offered during
our Sweater Sale.   Prices $1.95 and $2.95.
$3.95      $1.95      50c.
$3.95 Medium or High Heeled Oxfords
and  Strap  Shoes in    Black   Kid   and
Colored Suede.
$1.95 For this price you can get Shoes
for street or house wear, in colored suede
and black or brown kid straps or oxfords.
50c. Children's Fancy Boots and Sandals, also, playtime oxfords.
Ladies  Fancy  Silk  Scarves,   $2.50   to
$5.95 each.
Ladies Sport Scarves,   $2.50  each.
Fancy  Silk Ties,  80c.  to $1.35 each.
Plain Colored Ties  in  all  Shades,  55c.
and 80c. each.
Novelty Flowers, 50c.  to   $1.95. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs, 35c.  each.
For one week commencing January 28th. we are deolaring a 20 per cent discount on all
Leather Goods; Tie Backs, Cushion Covers, Table Runners and Snap Shot Albums in
Burnt Leather; English Made Ladies' Handbags, Gents' Collar, Handkerchief and Neoktie
Cases and Bunton Bill Tainers. These are only a few of the items in this assortment on
which you can make a sustantial saving.
Suitcases from $4.00 up to  $30.00 Suitcase Straps,     50c.
Club Bags, from $9.00 up to 30.00 Dressing Cases, from  $20.00 up.
Trunks, from $14.00 up to $25.00


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