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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 12,   NO. 8
Alice Abm, B. C, Friday, July 22, 1932
5 cents each.
Ben- s Open Golf Tournament Now Being
Played
The tournament for the Men's
Open Championship of the Anyox
Golf Club is now in full swing.
The qualifying medal round was
played over 18 holes, the 16 lowest
gross scores qualifying. The winner of the championship flight will
meet Mr. S. Peters, the present
champion, in a 36-hole match for
the club championship.
The defeated eight in the first
round championship flight will form
the first flight. The remaining
competitors to be formed into
flights of eight to play for special
prizes.
The low handicap medal score in
the qualifying round will apply on
tha Lovsted Cup for July.
Prizes will be given  to the low
I medallist and runner-up of the qual-
llifying round, and to the winner and
lirunner-up of each flight.   The Vice-
IPresident, C. 0. Fricker, has do-
I'nated a dozen golf balls for some
jof these special prizes.
I) In the qualifying round, J. Mc-
iConnachie was the low medallist
" with a score of 84, or net of 65,
jthus winning the Lovested Cup for
'July.   J. Dunn was the runner-up
II with a net of 66.
' In the first round of the Championship Flight C.  O.   Fricker de-
[ feated J. McConnachie 4 up and 3
to go. J. Dunn defeated J. Moffatt
6 up and 5 to go. H. L. Patterson
defeated J. McColl 3 up and 2 to
go. A. T. Koenan defeated Dr.
James 5 up and 4 to go. F. F.
Brown defeated D. McKenzie 3 up
and 2 to go. W. Henderson defeated M.J. Sheen 2 up and 1 to
go. H. R. Taylor defeated A. W.
Gigot 6 up and 5 to go. J. Grigg
defeated D. McRitchie 6 up and 5
to go.
In the second round H. L.. Patterson defeated J. Grigg 3 up and
2 to go. H. R. Taylor defeated A.
T. Koenan 8 up and 6 to go. C.
O. Fricker defeated J. Dunn 3 up
and 1 to go. F. F. Brown defeated W. Henderson 1 up.
The feature match of the second
round was that between F. F.
Brown and W. Henderson, which
went 21 holes before a decision
was reached.
The many friends of Dorothy
Davies, who left Anyox some weeks
ago for a visit south, will be glad to
learn that her Health is greatly improved. Miss Davies and her
mother are at Merritt, B. C, where
they are touring the country and
enjoying the scenery.
Advertise in the Herald
Notes Regarding Anyox
Tennis Tournaments
Following is the standing of the
players in the Men's Ladder games'
at the Hidden Creek Club, as at
Sunday, July 17th:
First Section. J. Buntain, Bud
Gillies, S. Peel, F. Kydd, R. Perkins, J. Locke, E. R. Johnson.
Second Section L. Dodd, J. Turn-
bull, T. Stretton, E. Moore, C.Musser, J. Peel, D. Body.
Standing of thtj players in the
Ladies' Ladder series at the Hidden
Creek Club is as follows:
First Section Isabel Gillies, Mrs.
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Alice Arm Gardens Are
Thriving
Despite the cool wet summer this
year the gardens of Alice Arm are
showing remarkable growth and
from present indications the Annual
Exhibition will be a big success.
All gardens are being kept free from
weeds, and thinning out of plants
is being handled in a proper manner
so as to obtain the maximum growth. A few weeks of good hot sunshine is all that is necessary to ensure a bumper crop of all kinds of
vegetables, and a good root house
full of vegetables next winter will be
as good as a roll of greenbacks.
Anyox Rovers Will Make
Educational Tours
Among the proposed undertakings for the Rovers for the present
season, for educational purposes, is
a visit to the local Post Office to
view the inside workings, to the
Bank, a trip through the Concentrator and also to the Smelter; a
glimpse into Customs and Tariff
work through the courtesy of Mr.
Wynne, and (merely as a matter of
enlightenment) a visit to the Hospital through the kindness of Dr.
Learoyd. Who wouldn't join the
Rovers?.
Mine  Football  Club Loses
Two Players
There are two gap* in the ranks
of the Mine Football Club at
present whioh it may be found
difficult to fill, as two of their best
players have left for South America
These men are Joe Variera and
Tony Yglasias. The latter is a diminutive player who ia a living
dynamo iu aotion; a cool, clever,
and confident footballer. They
will both be greatly missed from
local games, and the best wishes of
the members of all the teams are
extended to them for their future
welfare.
ALICE ARM NOTES
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Mrs. N. Fraser accompanied by
Miss Mildred Johnson arrived from
Prince Rupert on Monday and will
spend two week's holiday here.
Lome Falconer left on Monday
for the Naas River where he will
spend the next few months.
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. McRae and
family arrived on Saturday from
Anyox and are spending holidays
here.
Mrs. Cormier and daughter Beverly arrived from Anyox on Saturday for a vacation.
Miss Ellen McLeod arrived from
Anyox on Saturday and is spending
holidays   with   Mr.   and  Mrs.  E.
Moss.
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Miss Katherine Peterson arrived
on Saturday from Anyox, and Mrs.
Peterson arrived on Tuesday for a
vacation here.
Mrs. J. A. McMaster and family
arrived on Tuesday from Anyox for
summer holidays here.
Mrs. D. Deane arrived on Tuesday from Anyox and is spending a
few days with Mrs. W. Simpson.
Mrs. W. Henderson and Mrs. D.
P. Williams and daughter arrived
on Tuesday from Anyox for a summer vacation.
F. C. Graham arrived from Anyox
on Tuesday and is spending his
summer vacation here.
A special school meeting of the
qualified voters of the Alice Arm
School District will be held at the
School House on Tuesday, July
26th. at 7.30 p.m. for the purpose
of electing one school trustee, and
the transacting of all business that
is conducted at the Annual General
Meeting.
ANYOX NOTES
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J. D. Ferguson returned on Friday last from Vancouver, where
Mrs. Ferguson has recovered from
her recent illness.
F. S. McNicholas   returned on
Friday last.
A. A. Todd returned on Friday
from a vacation spent in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Marchuk arrived on
Friday from Vancouver.
Syd. Peters left on Friday for a
holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. Allan McDonald left on Friday for a visit to Vancouver, where
she will recuperate from a recent
illness.
Mrs. J. C. Dandy left on Friday
for Victoria, where her mother is
very ill.
Mrs. Lazorek arrived on Friday
after an extended holiday spent in
Vancouver and the south.
M. Warden and daughter Honor
returned on Monday from Prince
Rupert.
Continued on page 4
The Alice Arm Wildcats
Defeat Tigers 9-4
The Wildcats obtained revenge
tor their defeat last week, when in
Sunday's game they turned the
Tigers back with a 9 to 4 count.
The first five innings were the
only ones that saw runs scored and
even then the ball was fairly tight.
During the last four innings the
one, two, three route was a regular
occurrence. Lome Falconer had a
gala day when he socked the first
ball across for a home run, and
then on the mound retired fourteen
rnen swinging. T. W. Falconer
fanned ten Wildcats, and the Tiger
noise in the field was Hatton at
second who accepted every chance
without an error. Smith played a
bang-up game at short and got in
one good hit in his favorite left-field
pasture. Jack Fiva handled the
game well at all "times.
lb.
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Falconer, L., p.
Falconer, K., c.
Bower, 3b.
Kergin, H. F.
Smith, s.s.
Steven, 2b.
Fiva, G. r.f.
Pearson, c.f.
Flint, l.f.
Tigers
Falconer, T. W. p,
Hatton, 2b.
Wager, lb.
Kergin, T., c.
York, 3b.
Anderson, G., l.f.
Anderson, D., c.f.
Studdy, s.s.
Skirl, r.f.
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Owing to the inclement weather
the regular baseball game on Wed.
evening was postponed. A pick-up
game was played instead in which
both sexes participated.
Many Anyox  Visitors
At Alice Arm
Although the weather has not
been very favorable for summer
holidays during the past week, the
large number of Anyox visitors at
Alice Arm and Silver City appear to
be enjoying themselves. The majority, in spite of the juicy atmosphere, don their raincoats and hike
over the roads and trails or are
engaged in fishing in many of the
local streams.
Some fair catches of fish have
been made during the past week,
and some big ones have been landed both at the first and second falls
and at various points in the Illiance
River.
Up to the present the district of
Anyox and Alice Arm have experienced the wettest and coldest summer on record. August, however,
will no doubt recompense everyone
with some good hot weather.
Rovers Greatly Enjoy
Special Visit To
Mine|
A unique experience was afforded
the Anyox Rov?rs recently,
when they were taken on a
special trip through the Hidden
Creek Mine as part of the educational campaign now being carried out.
Through the courtesy of Mr.
Healy and Mr. McNicholas, Mr. B.
G. Anderson and Mr. C. Brehaut
were assigned as conductors, and
Rover Leader R. O. Cutler, was in
charge of the party. They first
limbered up with a hike to the mine,
and then started in for some real
exercise. On this outing, they
were taken into caves, glory-holes,
stopes, raises, winzes, drifts and
crosscuts. They inspected the famous Vulcan and Victoria Hoists,
also the steel sharpening shops.
They made an express trip from the
= 880 Level to +530, in a double-
deck cage travelling the 1410 feet
in a little over two minutes. They
went up and down hoists and ladders
until they lost all idea of their
whereabouts. . One of the boys tried
his hand with a drilling machine,
and promptly decided to stay with
his present job.
From the top of the mine they
climbed up the mountain to the 700
level and looked down into the biggest of the glory-holes. Perhaps
the most enjoyable part of the whole
trip was the welcome information,
upon coming out of the mine, that
refreshments awaited them at the
mess-house, through the courtesy
of the Granby Company. Needless
to say, the boys did full justice to
the splendid repast provided.
Anyox  Ladies'  Golf
Tournaments
The ladies' golf tournaments are
proving exceedingly popular. On
July 8th. an 18-hole- Medal Run
was played, the winner being Mrs.
R. O. Cutler.
On July 15th. an 18-hole Medal
Run was played, the partners being
arranged according to the score ot
the previous week. This proved a
very interesting tournament and resulted in a tie between Mrs, Cundill and Miss M. Cloke.
A most interesting event has
been arranged for today, July 22nd.
and is a driving, approaching and
putting tournament. Results will
be published in our next issue.
Although the weather may not
have been very favorable for other
branches of sport it has been very
much to the liking of the numerous
golfers of Anyox, and they have
taken full advantage of the excellent course provided. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, July 22,  1982
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.
Not long ago, says the High
River Times, an incident occurred
in an Alberta town, which should
bring a warm thrill of appreciation
to the heart of every struggling
editor. The occasion was a board
meeting of a co-operative organization. The year's business had
presented difficulties, and economy
was indicated. The suggestion
was made to cut out advertising in
the local weekly. Whereupon one
member rose and moved emphatically against this.
It was his contention that the
newspaper furnished a service to
the community vitallv necessary to
the community well-being. It was
actually a utility deserving support
as a vehicle for publicity for the
district. This, he presented as an
argument, quite outside the normal value of advertising. His
conviction impressed itself or. other
board members, with the result
that usual advertising space will
be maintained throughout the
year.
This is a refreshing viewpoint
from the standpoint of the editor.
After all, the district newspaper
does fulfil a function quite outside
ordinary private business. It is
an institution of any district, a
service for the people, and not for
one individual. It can bind a community together into a powerful
unit, as no other agency can do.
It gathers the activities, great
and small, of the neighbourhood
and presents a picture not only for
the benefit of the neighborhood
itself, but for the outside world. It
lies with the editor to make this
an attractive picture or to make it
a dull, uninspiring smudge. And
his inspiration comes from the
people themselves. A community
is judged largely by its local news
paper and it must receive encouragement from amongst its own
people. It takes people to make a
good newspaper.
No one can run a successful
newspaper or present the picture
of a happy, successful community
without help. It requires money
to operate any kind of business
■*-even churches—and newspapers
are no exception. Goodwill is not
sufficient. There must be patron
age of business interests, as well as
goodwill. And the greater and
more wholehearted the support, the
better the service it can render.
Your local newspaper is a social
and economic factor of the distriot
advancing the interests of every
substantial worthwhile feature of
community life, minimizing the
evil and emphasizing the good.
Its purpose is to do what good it
Rangers Defeat Mine In
Spirited League
Game
After a series of defeats. this
season the Rangers came out from
under on Thursday, July I4th. to
defeat the Mine 3-2. The evening
was showery, making the ball
greasy and hard to control, but
there was no wind, and the handful of spectators were treated to an
excellent game, played in the best
of humor.
At half time the Rangers closed
their ledger with a balance of 3-0.
Williams having scored the first
Ivor Davies the second and Stan.
Ellison the third.
In the second half the Mine, playing down hill, attacked strongly,
and good work by the Rangers
defense prevented the Mine from
equalizing. Tony Yglasiasstarred
for the miners, notching both their
tallies, while Joe Vareria just missed with a sizzler which caught the
top bar fair and square and was
cleare For the Mine, Owen
played a nice game, as did also Jim
Ferguson and Jim Arscott, both of
whom are experienced and cool
headed players. Morrison at centre was fast and dangerous, and
with a dry bali the result might
have been different.
Frank Dodsworth made his
debut with the Rangers and played
a fearless and clever game. Ivor
Davies is a centre to be reckoned
with, and Freddy Calderoni at
back, also Maxwell Patrick on
right wing, are developing well.
Jack Ion at back and Joe Taylor
in goal were resourceful and reliable, Every game will now be
interesting, and fans should turn
out to encourage the players and
the sport. "Sparky" Johnston
made an efficient referee.
The World's Largest Gold
Mines
Out of the seven largest gold
producing mines in the world,
Canada has two, the Lake Shore
Hollinger.
The individual mine which had the
largest output in 1931 was the
Government Gold of South Africa
with 1,129,872 fine ounces. The
next three were the Crown Mines,
the new Modderfontein and the
Randfontein, all of South Africa.
The Lake Shore of Canada was
fifth with 533,757 ounces and the
Hollinger seventh with 487,123.
The Homestake Mining of the
United States was ninth with
432,381.
In the first thirty greatest producing mines of the world, South
Africa had 24, Canada 5 and
United States 1.
can in every way that it can and
to further the well being of the
area that it serves.—Cowiohan
Leader.
Eastern  Canadian    Copper
Producers Hold Conference
Montreal—Recent advances in
Noranda and International Nickel
were acoonipanied by rumors of
new gold strikes at both properties.
In neither case however, was official
confirmation forthcoming, and the
movement was believed to be due
rather to expectation that a favorable Empire marketing arrangement would be worked out for
copper at the Ottawa gathering.
Representatives of the major pro'
ducers met at Toronto several
weeks ago to agree on a plan of
action and to prepare a brief for
submission to the conference.
Now that International Nickel
has withdrawn from Copper Exporters, Inc., the company will be
free to regulate its copper output
with its market for the metal.
Noranda will also probably find it
unnecessary to store an amount of
copper during the latter half of
1932 equivalent to 6|% of its capacity, as was intended before the
United Seates deoided on a tariff
of four cents a pound. Noranda is
understood to have its available
metal sold well ahead and at a
price considerably higher than the
prevailing market.
Gold production in Canada for
1932 is estimated at $62,000,000.
With new values to be added to
the list of producers and greater
production from old mines, it is
estimated that starting 1933. production will be at the rate of $65,
000,000 a year.
She must be   an   electrician's
daughter for she knows watts watt.
Anyox Community
League
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
p.m.
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
- IE AST—
This yenr Canadian National
oilers four different fares to
Eastern points for you to
choose from:
1. Coach Onc-Way Fare»
Good III eoacliea.
2. Intermediate One-Way
fares
Good in Tourlat Sleepon upon
payment of Sleeper chargei.
3. 30-Day Bound Trip
Fares
Good In all claiief of equipment upon payment of aleeper
chargaa.
4. Summer Excursion
Round Trip Fares
Good In nil elaaiea of equipment upon payment of aleeper
ehorgei.
Complote Information from
Local Agent or H. McEwen, D.
F. & P. A, Prince Rupert, B. C.
Canadian National
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Men's Summer Wear
Men's Summer'Sweaters in Silk and Wool, in all colors,
at prices ranging from $4.50 to $6 00.
Men's Silk Shirts, made from pure Chinese Silk, in the
latest patterns, from $5.00 to $8.50.
Men's Felt Hats in all sizes and shades,  from $3,00 to
$6.00 each.
Tweed Caps in various colors and sizes, $1.50 to $2.00
—\
LEW LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We catiry 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
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL MERCHANT
THE LEAGUE IS FOR
YOUR BENEFIT
British Columbia
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,272,731,028
You are invited to apply to the Department
of Mines, Victoria, B. C. for the latest authoritative  information- regarding   mining
development in British Columbia
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
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Alice Arm
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THE LEAGUE IS
FOR YOU!!
League members benefit all ways, and especially as
patrons of the Picture Shows. Note these low prices to
Community League members and their families: Men,
one show a month at half-price. Ladies, all the time,
25c. on presentation of Membership Card. So join the
League and take an active interest in all its doings. ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX, HEBALD.   Friday, July 22.  1932
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Anticipations are that there
will be an attendance of 500 Rotarians at the district convention to
be held at the Cornwallis Inn,
Kentville, N.S., June 1 and 2. It
is expected that Sir John Bennett
of St. John's, Newfoundland, will
address the convention.
Hon. Gordon S. Harrington,
.premier of Nova Scotia, accompanied by Mrs Harrington, left
Halifax recently for Montreal
where they boarded S.S. Duchess
of Bedford for a short holiday io
the Old Country. During his absence, Hon. Percy G. Black will
be acting premier of the province.
"It 1b not too much to say that
any improvement in the revenues
of the railroads will immediately
make itself felt in all channels of
trade and that the maintenance
of railroad solvency will do more
than any other domestie factor to
restore strength to the nation's
Institutions," says an editorial in
the Charleston, S. C, Post
The "career open to merit" ln
railway affairs is well illustrated
in the case ot Charles H. Swing,
a railroader for 49 consecutive
years, recently promoted president of the Reading Company. In
1883, at the age of 17, Swing
began his railroad career as a
rodman in the employ of the
Philadelphia & Reading Railway,
now the Reading Company.
There were 447 moose and 9594
deer shot in New Brunswick last
year, according to figures contained in the annual report of
Chief Game Warden H. H. Ritchie to the provincial Minister of
lands and Forests. There was
also a very successful partridge
season with a bag of 44,4€9 birds.
Members of the British part;
touring the Dominion under the
auspices of the British Columbian
Government, arrived at Montreal
aboard the Duches3 of Bedford,
travelled across Canada by Canadian Pacific rail and lake steamship, stopped over at Banff and
will spend between June 15 and
I July 2 in British Columbia.
Delta Gamma, one of the most
important Greek Letter organizations on tbe continent, is holding
its annual convention "this year at
the Empress Hotel, Victoria, June
27-July 1. Stopping over at
Banff, a Canadian Pacific special
will carry delegates to the Pacific Coast from Chicago, while
Canadian members from Montreal,
Toronto and Edmonton will join
tbe main group at Victoria.
If early promise is fulfilled, the
Annapolis Valley should this year
produce an even larger yield of
apples than ln 1931 when the
total crop was close to a million
and three-quarters barrels, is the
opinion of leading fruit men of
Kentville, N.S. The bloom this
year lasted over ten days and attracted visitors by the thousand
from Eastern Canada and the
United States.
Miss Constance Regan, Middle-
burg, Va., established a record
for women anglers on the Tobique
River, New Brunswick, recently,
when she took a 27% lb. Atlantic silver salmon, the largest ever
caught with a fly by a woman on
that river. The record salmon
taken ln those waters by a male
angler weighed 33% lbs.
Canadian Pacific standard time
Is standard time the world over.
Prior to 1883, every town and city
had its own local time, based on
the sun, but in tbat year the suggestion of Sir Sandford Fleming,
chief engineer of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, that the world
should be divided into 24 sections,
one for each hour of the day, and
that time within each of these
areas should be standard, was
adopted all over Canada and the
United States. In 1884 the plan
was also adopted in Europe after
a conference held at Washington.
Gilbert Miller, architect, of
Voungstown, 0., has a grouch
against windows and doors ln
office buildings and summer
homes. He found both too narrow to admit a moose head with
an antler spread of five feet five
Inohes taken from a monster he
shot near St. Jorlte last season.
"It looks," he wrote to A. 0. Seymour, general tourist agent, Canadian Pacific Railway, "as though
both the head and myself will end
up in the garage." But that Is
the kind of trophy to be got in
the forests of Quebec. Big heads
and lots of them. (849)
THE  HERALD
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One of the best, cheapest, brightest, compact and
most newsy weekly newspapers in British Columbia
All the Local News of the whole district. Also reliable reports concerning the copper and silver
markets, mailed to you regularly each week. Bright
editorials and interesting news items of outside provincial points are also published
All this interesting news will  be   mailed  you
each week for $2.00 a year, $1.00 for six months,
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Powell, P. 0. Box 221, Phone No. 262 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, July 22, 1932
Notes Regarding Anyox
Tennis Tournaments
Continued from Page 1
Carrick, Miss A. Krusick,  Miss V.
Scott, Mrs. J. Peel.
Second Section: Mrs. Stretton,
Mrs. Sheen, Mrs. L. Gillies, Mrs.
C. Cameron, Mrs. G. Adams, Mrs.
G. Hunter.
"REACHING FOR THE
MOON"
Saturday, July 23rd.
This is real entertaining comedy,
with Douglas Fairbanks, in modern
clothes, scaling   walls   and   doing
everything else with amazing agility.
See   the   humorous   scene   where
Fairbanks' Valet prepares a cocktail
The tournament which was sched-  known as "Angel's Breath."   This
uled to   take   place   between   the cocktail makes the tamest person
Hidden Creek and the Mine Clubs wild, and   everyone   who   took   a
during the second week of July, at drink of it became ferocious and did
the Mine Courts, has   been   post
poned, due to the temporary absence wore down.   The hero has no time
of players from both clubs.
The championship tournaments
for the Hidden Creek Club will
commence on or about August 1st.
Full details will be published later.
The Anyox Open Tennis Championship will commence on Sunday,
July 24th.  at the A. C. L.  Courts.
Championships will consist of
Ladies' Singles, Men's Singles,
Ladies' Doubles, Mixed Doubles,
Men's Doubles. There will also
be Consolation Singles. Trophies
will be presented for all events.
Entries close July 22nd. This
tournament is open to everyone.
Visitors and members of other clubs
are invited to use the courts of the
A. C. L. Club for practice during
the week preceding the opening
tournament, or at any time the
courts are not in use during the
tournament.
Mine Win From Beach
In Fast Ball Game
Up to the seventh inning- of the
ball game on Wednesday the 13th.
the Beach were behind by three
runs, but caught them up in the
first session. The Mine then went
in and scored the winning run
before anyone was out.
Although each team was forced
to seek two players from among
the handful of spectators, the game
was fast and interesting. Lazorek
and Musser each struck out eight
men, and bases on balls off each
were three. The Beach scored one
in the fifth and three in the seventh.
The Mine scored one in each of the
1st., 3rd., 4th., Sth. and 7th.
Umpire, Jack Hutchison.
Beach A.B.
McDougall c. 4
Musser, p. 3
Hardy, lb. ' 4
Dwyer, 2b. 4
Steele, c.f. 2
Buntain, s s. 1
McDonald, l.f.    3
Williams, 3b. 3
Flye, r.f. 2
incredible  things  until  the    drink
for women. The heroine meets
him, makes a dinner appointment,
fails to show up, and calls him from
a ship which is ready to sail. The
hero has the ship held up—then see
the fast movement from this point
on. Comedy is mingled with heartbreaks—you will enjoy every moment of this really entertaining United Artists picture.
"LOCAL BOY MAKES
GOOD"
Tuesday, July 26th.
This First National Picture features Joe. E. Brown as "The Pride
of the Campus." He writes letters
on his prowess at sports to some',
girl he lias never seen, buLdoes not
mail them. One of them, however
does get mailed, and then the fun
begins. Dorothy Lee—no other—
arrives, accompanied by the track
captain of her college, and the resulting complications make for uproarious fun. This picture ranks as
one of the best comedies of the
season. The appalling things that
happen to Joe—the way Marjorie
spurs him to action—his unexpected victory—makes a picture you
should not miss. Tuesday's showing.
Mine A.B.
Whitehouse, c. 4
Lazorek, p. 4
Anderson G. 2b. 4
Bartmann, lb. 1
Calderoni, s.s. 3
Anderson, F. 3b. 3
Allan, G., c.f. 3
Mitchell, l.f 2
Higham, r.f.      '3
R.
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
4
R.
2
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
H.
4
1
1
0
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0
0
0
1
8
H.
2
3
1
1
0
0
1
0
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Anyox Notes
Continued from page 1
H. Cathro arrived on Monday
from a holiday spent in the south.
Mrs. Zincovich arrived on Monday
from Prince Rupert.
S. Smardza was a passenger on
Monday to Prince Rupert.
Miss May Thomson arrived on
Monday on a visit to her sister
Mrs. C. W. S. Tremaine.
Mrs. Volkovich arrived on Monday from Prince Rupert.
Mrs. H. R. Patrick left on Monday for Vancouver, Victoria, and
Seattle.
D, Cavalier left on Monday for a
holiday visit to Prince Rupert.
Harold Spencer, of the Store
staff, left on Monday for a visit to
his sister at Port Simpson.
J. Robinson left on Monday for a
visit to North Vancouver.
Mrs. J. Peel and Mrs. S. Peel
left on Monday for a holiday visit
to Prince Rupert.
Mrs. J. Carr and her three children left on Monday for Port Simp-
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H cup sugar      1 ]i cups water
H teaspoon salt Nutmeg
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Pour Into a buttered baking dish and add a
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T. Yglasias and Joe Variera left
on Friday for South America, where
they will reside.
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In a recent boxing match one of
the contestants struck the referee.
The audience became wildly excited
imagining that this would lead up to
one of the boxers striking the other.
H
ere am
TI
iiere
Premier Gordon S. Harrington,
of Nova Scotia, lias returned from
his trip lo Europe by the Rmpress
of Britain.
Growth ot all crops ln western
Canada Is now vigorous and well
udvanced for the time of year,
according to the latest weekly
survey made by the Canadian Pacific Uailway'3 agricultural department, and crop prospects In
the We3t. as a whole are encouraging.
H
ere an
dTn
ere
The Nova Scotia Dairymen's Association will hold their next annual convention, in 1033, at tho
Cornwallis Inn, Kentville, N.S.
Shipments of celery to Canada
this year from Bermuda totalled
25,000 orates In contrast to last
year when the shipments were
virtually negligible";
Er.storn Steamship Lines, Inc.,
had heavy traffic on an excursion
from New York to Nova Scotia on
the occasion of the first trip In
June of the S.S. Acadia from New
York to Yarmouth, N.S.
Railroad transportation is an
essential economic function on
this continent and given 'reasonably free rein should speedily show'
good recovery using it to increase
buying of materials and employment of labor, says the Greenville (S.C.) News editorially.
Total production of honey ln
Canada in 1931 amounted to 27,-
867,397 lbs. valued at $2,058,094.
Ontario led tlie Dominion with a
production of 12,000,000 lbs. with
Manitoba second with 7,367,875
lbs.; and Quebec third with 5,«33,-
400 lbs.
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