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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
,    circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests ol Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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$2.00 a Year    '
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
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VOL. 12,   NO. 27
Alice Arm, B. G, Saturday. December 3, 1932
5 oents each.
Death of Mrs. Ballentine
Occurs At Vancouver
The death occurred at Vancouver
on Sunday evening November 27th.
of Mrs. Mabel Edith McKinnon
Ballentine, wife of Mr. W. E. Ballentine of Anyox. Her death followed a long illness.
The late Mrs. Ballentine, who had
been ill for several months was taken to Vancouver last summer in
the hope of a possible recovery in
that city, she, however, failed to
recover and her death took place at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. B.
Thomson, 1190 Twelfth Avenue
West. All the members of the
family were present at the time of
her death.
She leaves to mourn her loss, a
husband, W. E. Ballentine, a son
Richard and daughter Gladys all of
Anyox; also two other daughters,
Mrs. B. Thomson of Vancouver and
Mrs. L. Grove of Los Angeles, Cal.
The funeral took place at Vancouver on  Wednesday last,  inter-
Inent   taking  place  at   Mountain
/iew Cemetery.
Deceased lived in Anyox for a
long time.    She was of a gentle
pind lovable disposition and her
aassing is deeply regretted by a
<iost of friends, whose sympathy is
'extended to members of the family
In their sad bereavement.
Presentations Made To
Store Staff Members
Two valued members of the office
staff at the General Store; viz, Miss
Janet B. Thomson and Mr. George
Sellars, left Anyox on Monday last.
Before leaving they were each presented with useful mementos from
the store staff. Mr. C. P. Ashmore
the Store Superintendent, made the
presentations, and referred to their
long and valuable service, wishing
them, on behalf of their fellow employees, the best of health and good
luck.
Mr. Sellars' health has not been
good for some time, and he, with
Mrs. Sellars, will recuperate in the
southern city, while Miss Thomson
—familiarly known as "Nettie"-
goes to reside with her mother and
sisters in Vancouver. They each
carry with them the good wishes of
many people who knew them in this
district.
High Tide and  Wind
Moves Alice Arm
ate James Smith Honored
By Canadian Legion
On Sunday last several members
fof the Anyox Branch of the Canadian Legion journeyed to the Cemetery to honor the memory of their
late comrade, James Smith, whose
body was recently found on Brooks
Island. Comrade the Rev. Evan
Baker read the service at the grave-
'Uide, and Comrade K. Ross Oatman
sounded the Last Post. Wreaths
were placed on the grave by the
I. O. D. E. and the Legion. James
Smith saw much active service in
the Great War, and was an ex-president of the Prince Rupert Branch
|of the Canadian Legion. His
memory will be honored and his
grave cared for by the Anyox Branch
| of the Canadian Legion.
Snooker Tourney at Beach
Pool Room Completed
On Tuesday last the two losers
in the semi-final of the Snooker
Tournament which has created such
interest at the Beach Pool Room
recently, played off for the third
prize. These players ' were W.
Hindmarsh and J. Pinckney, the
latter winning the match after a
close and exciting contest.
The final between W. Cavalier
and J. Elliott was played last Wed
nesday, W. Cavalier proving the
victor. The first two games of this
match were very close, but in the
last game Cavalier ran away from
his opponent, who however, had
some hard luck in the way of bad
positions. The two players were
evenly matched. This Snooker
tourney aroused so much interest
that it is possible that a further one
will be arranged.
An extreme high tide, accompanied by a strong wind played havoc
on the waterfront at Alice Arm on
Monday. Wind and waves combined, tore loose many houses built on
floats along the waterfront and deposited them among the more per
manent buildings throughout the
lower town.
Jack O'Hara's residence, which
has securely rested on a float on
Outlook Avenue East for a number
of years, was tossed up to First
Avenue and Victoria Streets, where
it will probably stay for some time.
Other buildings are stranded high
and dry waiting for another such
high tide to be floated off. Several
smaller buildings have been retrieved and replaced.
The high wind blowing up the
inlet raised the tide much higher
than was anticipated.
Presentation Made To
Rev. J. S. Brayfield
ALICE ARM NOTES
lAmateur Orchestra Will Give
Concert
The Anyox Amateur Concert Or-
Ichestra will give a concert at the
Recreation Hall on Wednesday
December 7th. commencing at 8
■p.m. A full and varied programme
[will be carried out. The concerts
jiven by this noted orchestra are
iagerly awaited by all lovers   of
tiusic.    A collection will be taken
t the door.
THE PICTURES
"The Man Who Played
God"
SATURDAY, DEC.  3rd.
George Arliss in a Modern Drama
from Real Life, with Violet Hem-
ing, Bette Davis, and a distinguished caste. A Warner Bros, and
Vitaphone Picture.
Words cannot add to the greatness of this picture. Years cannot
dim its glory. There's an empty
spot in your heart where the memory of this production will find a
permanent resting place. All regular Arliss fans should see this wonderful picture Every person who
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J. A. Anderson district superintendent of Public Works, arrived in
town from Anyox on Thursday and
expects to leave again today.
Mrs. J. Wheatley, who has spent
a number of weeks at Anyox and
recently suffered from an attack of
influenza and bronchitis, returned
home on Thursday.
Rev. W. B. Jennings, accompanied by Mrs. Jennings, left Alice
Arm on Monday morning for Anyox.
Rev. Jennings will be in charge of
Christ Church Anyox during the
winter months, and in the spring
will resume his coast mission work
on the Northern Cross.
One of the winter series of card
parties sponsored by the Alice Arm
Athletic Association was held on
Saturday evening at the Club House
During refreshments prizes were
presented to those attaining the
highest score during the past four
parties. Mrs. G. Anderson secured
the ladies' prize and Mr, T. W.
Falconer the men's prize.
At a social gathering in Christ
Church Parish Hall on Saturday
evening the 26th. the Rev. J. S. and
Mrs. Brayfield were the recipients
of a handsome General Electric
Mantel Model Radio, on the occasion of their leaving the district.
Over fifty people were present.
This fine radio. was voluntarily
subscribed to by people of all denominations in the district. The
presentation was made by Mr. F.
Watson, Vicar's Warden, who made
reference to the splendid service
which Mr. Brayfield had rendered to
the people of this district during the
time of his ministry here. Mr.
Brayfield made a very happy speech
of thanks. Dainty refreshments
were served and a very enjoyable
social evening was spent.
A large number of parishioners
and adherents of the church, turned
out on Sunday evening the 27th. to
hear Mr. Brayfield preach his farewell sermon, in the course of which
he stated that he hoped he would
not be altogether out of touch with
his many friends at Anyox.
Doll's House Will Swell
Relief Funds
Elks Will Hold Memorial
Service Tomorrow
The annual Elks' Memorial Service will be held at the Elks' Hall
tomorrow, Sunday December 4th.
commencing at 9 p.m. In addition
to the inspiring service, an address
will be given by Rev. Evan Baker.
As in previous years a general
invitation is extended to the
public.
Schools will close for the Christmas Holidays throughout the province on Friday, December 16th.
and reopen on Tuesday, January
3rd.
Elks Will Hold Annual Turkey
Shoot Next Week
Once again comes round the popular Turkey Shoot, held annually
by the Elks. Once again local
sportsmen will try their skill.
Everyone likes to try their shooting
powers at this yearly event and if
possible walk home with a fine
turkey to swell the Christmas cheer.
The beauty of this event is that
many who least expect to do so,
win turkeys, and give their families
a pleasant surprise. Why not try
this year? Remember the date,
December 8th. and 9th. and the
place, the Elks' Dug-out, and the
possibility—a first class, juicy turkey for Christmas.
ANYOX NOTES
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Miss Janet B. Thomson left on
Monday for Vancouver, where she
will reside.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sellars left
on Monday for Vancouver.
A. Docherty, brother of Mr. C.
Docherty, arrived on Monday from
Saskatchewan.
J. McSwain left on Monday for
a visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Stewart and
son Hugh returned on Wednesday
from Victoria.
Rev. J. S. and Mrs. Brayfield left
by Wednesday's boat for Prince
Rupert, from which point they will
journey to Telkwa.
"My, Wouldn't I like that!"
"Look at the lovely beds!" "See
the piano and the swell furniture!"
These and similar exclamations are
heard frequently from the many
children of Anyox, when drinking
in the beauties of the magnificent
doll's house to be disposed of for
relief purposes by the Collison of
Kincolith ' Chapter, I.' 0. D. E.
An object of admiration to all who
view it, this unusually fine doll's
house is on display at the Granby
Stores.
It was made by Mr, C. Harman,
who deserves great credit for the
hours of patient work which it's
construction entailed. It has two
stories and is built so that it could
actually withstand the weather. It
is large and roomy, and is made so
that both ends swing open completely, thus exposing the whole of the
interior to view and making easy
access to the interior. This roominess is perhaps its greatest charm,
as the lucky girl who secures it (and
Santa Claus never handed anyone a
lovelier gift) will be able to arrange
and rearrange the furniture to her
heart's content.
It has three bedrooms, a dining
room, living room, kitchen and
bathroom. A staircase leads - up
stairs. The living room has an
open fire-place complete with firescreen, coal scuttle, and fire irons.
There is a grand piano and bench,
a Chesterfield suite, rugs and cushions.
The bedrooms are furnished with
handsome beds and dressing tables.
The kitchen has a surprising amount
of detail, even a breakfast table and
benches.
The designer and builder also
made or supplied the furniture and
the window curtains, rugs, cushions
bed covers, runners, and other draperies were prepared by a committee
of the I. O. D. E. The funds raised by its disposal will he used for
relief work in Anyox and district.
I. 0. D. E. Will Meet On
Monday Next
The regular monthly meeting of
the Collison of Kincolith Chapter,
I. O. D. E., will be held on Monday
December 5th. in the Legion Club
Rooms, at 7.45 p. m.
BIRTH  AT ANYOX
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Pala-
wadi, at the Anyox General Hospital, on ^Friday November 25th. a
son.
The Herald is $2.00 a year. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 3.  1932
Lode Gold Production Will
Near $4,000,000 This Year
Honourable W. A. MoKenzie,
Minister of Mines, has released for
issue Bulletin No. 3,1932, entitled
"Lode-Gold Developments in British Columbia." The bulletin suin-
marizestheiniportantdevelopnients
now taking place in gold-mining
in the Province and gives useful
information calculated to further
stimulate this important branch of
the mining industry. Reports by
the Resident Engineers on their
respective districts are contained in
the bulletin, which is compiled by
John D. Galloway, Provincial Mineralogist.
It is estimated that the production of lode-gold this year will approximate $3,800,000, an increase
of 26% over that of 1931. From
all indications a considerably larger
gold output will be made in 1933.
While it is gratifying to have
ineieased production for the current year, the results of present
development plans are of even
greater importance. It is pointed
out that the Pioneer mine with increased mill capacity recently
brought in, will soon be the most
important gold mine in the Province, with a probable production
in 1933 approximating $2,000,000.
Premier mine at Stewart is .still
the largest gold producer, with
several years life still ahead of it.
The Bralorne Company brought
into production early this year the
old Lome mine situated near the
Pioneer. The 100-ton mill has operated steadily on ore averaging
about $16 a ton. Mine development has been energetically carried
on and has been successful in opening a new ore-body in the old 4th.
level. Continued profitable production is expected from this mine.
In 1931 a production of 9,698
ounces was made from the Reno
but the burning of the mill in
February, 1932, virtually put this
mine out of the list of shippers for
the rest of the year. Reconstruction plans, including reconditioning
of the old Motherlode mill (bought
by the Reno Company), new hydroelectric plant and aerial tramway,
are now well advanced and by the
end of the year steady production
will again commence. A substan-
tiantially increased output from
Reno will materialize in 1933.
Mine development has steadily
proceeded in 1932 with very satis
factory results.
The most important lode-gold
development of the year has been
the success attending the development operations of the Cariboo
Gold Quartz Company, Limited.
Commencing development fiveyears
ago, the upper showings were
partially developed until two years
when a long, low level cross cut
tunnel was started- This tunnel
is now in about half way to the
original objective but in this distance has crosscut 8 veins, most of
which give promise of minable
widths of good milling ore. In
effect, this is anew mine as distinct
from several promising veins lying
some 1,500 feet ahead of the present
face of the main tunnel, A 75-ton
mill now being constructed is expected to be into production in
December. While drifting and
raising on the veins has not yet
been carried out to block out any
important tonnages of ore, all
indications point to extensive ore
reserves. In 1933 a substantial
output of gold should come from
this property.
Besides the larger mines many
small shippers contributed to production and some of these may be
expected to expand in size. Development projects have been scattered over many parts of the Province and dormant gold properties
are being re-investigated and some
of them opened up.
Not the least important result of
the gold activity this year has been,
the employment provided. This
has been marked in certain areas.
In the Cariboo, as the result of both
lode and placer gold activities, the
district has experienced the busiest
year in several and all indications
point to more work in 1933. Gold-
mining also produced much employment in the Bridge River
district and in camps iu the Nelson
Mining Division.
Honourable Mr. McKenzie, in
addition to being Minister of Mines,
is also Minister of Labour aud as
such is, of course, keenly interested
in employment. As Minister of
Mines he has stimulated in every
possible way, gold-mining activity.
Commencing in 1929, under his
instructions, information has been
gathered on both plaoer and lode-
gold potentialities of the Province
and issued promptly in special
bulletins. Advice to prospectors
on likely areas and information
regarding promising properties for
development are contained in these
publications, which are free on application to the Department of
Mines.
Plans   Winter  Trip  From
Alaska to Chicago
A prospector and trapper by
name of Williams has left Alaska
with nino husky dogs and 200
pounds of grub to make an overland
trip to Chicago. He will go as far
us Dawson and then rely on the
Canadian government for directions as to the route to take. He
wants to get to Chicago before the
snow goes in the spring.
A real patriot is the man who
whistles "O Canada" while making
out his income tax.
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.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FINE OLD NAVY
(The Sailors love it)
GOLDEN GROVE
(The Doctors recommend it)
Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not published or displayed by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now it the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
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YORK HOTEL
Vancouver, II. ۥ
The House ol Comfort
and Cheery Service
Extremely l,«w
New Winter
Rules: f
WITHOJI E»r,       V.ITH BATH
DAILY     $  1.50$ 2.00
MONTHLY  25.00   30.00
ALL OUTSIIlK IIOOMS
Free Garape
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In the centre of the city's
attraction!*
All   rooms   exceptionally
large und noise proof
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Write For Illustrated Folder
THE. YORK HOTEL
Vancouver, B.C.
H- G llouahlnn  Mnnanrr
Advertise in the Herald
Istfitl Christmas itfts
Bridge Table Sets with 4 Serviettes, in pleasing and _very
attractive designs, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25.
Pure Irish Linen Table Cloths, boxed, with 4 Serviettes,
52 inches by 54 inches, fl.75 and $5.75.
Three Pure Irish Linen Towels, neatly boxed $1.25
Three Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs, boxed. All prices.
Men's Neckties in many pleasing shades, boxed. $1.00
Men's Suspenders in attractive colors, boxed $1.25
LEW LUN & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
League.
Membership in the League carries many other privileges.   Anyone may join.   The dues are only 50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
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You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary.
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We oarry 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 Alice to
GENERAL MERCHANT
MINING IN
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Among the Canadian Provinces, British Columbia is the
leading producer of Silver, Lead and Zinc
In this Province, about 45 per cent, of Canada's Silver,
97 per cent, of the Lead and 93 per cent, of the Zinc are
produced.
British Columbia has produced approximately $1,300,000,-
000 worth of minerals.
About 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing
lands are open for prospecting.
Practically every mineral known to be found on the
Continent occurs to some extent in British Columbia
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."
"McConnell Creek Placer Area"
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. ALICE  ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 3, 1932
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Christmas, Trans-Atlantic Style  "
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Christmas, whether it be ashore or afloat, as
a season, looms almost aB largely on the
horizon of Steamship Companies as on
that of Santa Claus himself. Schedules muit be
planned months in advance for those who want
to cross the Atlantic for Christmas in either
direction, and above all, copies of the sailing
lists have to be sent to the old Saint in time for
him to plan his visits to the ships at sea. This
year, from the Canadian Bide the Canadian
Pacific liner "Duchess of Atholl" sails from
Saint John December 15th, thus giving her
passengers a chance to arrive in the Old
Country in time to hear the Waits and Carol
Singers on ChriBtmas Eve.
Looking for Canadian children Santa Claus will visit
the "Montrose", also of the Canadian Pacific, two days out
from Saint John, on her way to England.  It is strongly
suspected by those in the know that a scene such as that
shown above, which is a familiar feature of Christmas
festivities on all Canadian Pacific liners, will be enacted by
Chief Steward Leith, of the "Montrose", aided by cotton
whiskers and the spirit of Christmas. ,
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Personal Christmas
Greeting Cards
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It is not too late for you to order your Christmas Cards
if you have not already done so, nor is it too late for
you to increase your order should you find that you
have not enough on hand to convey the Season's
Greetings to your many friends.
Don't be sorry when Christmas Day arrives and then wish you had ordered
more cards
Our Prices are cut so low this year that the matter of an extra dozen or
two cards is a trivial matter
Samples can be seen at the Elks' Club.   Your cards returned
by next mail following receipt of order
We have sold Personal Christmas Cards in Anyox for the past eleven years,
and our business is increasing.   There is a reason of course.   It is high grade
cards and printing, plus a low price, and quick delivery
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Support one of the District's Industries
THE HERALD PRINTING PRESS
And Save Money at the Same Time
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watch It roam! Three
things snake such goodness possible—good ninlt
and hops, careful brewing, thorough ageing.
PHOENIX
LACER
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Control Hoard or by the Government of British Columbia.
Your Message To
The Public
Will give you 100 Per Cent. Results
when it is Published in The Herald
If you are holding a Dance, Card Party,
Concert, Public Celebration, or any Public
Affair, or if you have anything to sell, the
quickest, cheapest and easiest way to inform
the Public is to carry an advertisement in
the Herald
Our Advertising Rates are
Cheap
The Herald finds its way into almost every
home in the district, and your message is carefully and leisurely read by the whole family
round their own fireside. It is not scanned
over and forgotten as is a small weather-beaten
message stuck on a post
We can also handle your printing orders cheaply, quickly and
efficiently.
WE DO REAL PRINTING
Anvox Representative—Mr. P. Powell,
Phone 262 •^^
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ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 3.  1932
THE PICTURES
Continued from page 1
knows Arliss and his magnificent
acting will want to see him in this,
his second and greatest American
role, For her splendid acting in
this picture Bette Davis has been
rewarded with a long-term contract.
Don't miss this on Saturday.
"SKY BRIDE"
TUESDAY, DEC.  6th.
Richard Arlen, Jack Oakie, Robert
Coogan, in this Paramount Picture.
"Sky Bride", a romantic adventure
story, becomes a thrilling motion
picture melodrama. It is transformed into a gripping portrayal of
how a birdman regains his lost
courage and wins the love of the
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Over I' ii.iiiifi I' 8. cf p.ols nre ex-
fined annually from Canada,
1 I'iiu'lp'ill.v tu Germany and the
L'.riiiiwl Slales. They are caught
i '"i.; ihe lower si. I,,uvrence
l.ivor r-id off the Atlantic Coast.
A In'tr.) rf f,<| iso radio recelv-
in.e llcuBiWn Inve doon issued by
t " r'unn'rllan Oovernment Radio
1 ranch frurj April 1 to September
:. '. 1! 32., or a;.]i;ox::nately one to
eviirj c!.;!,iceii persons of the
pu])u!.Ul()D of tlie Dominion.
A movie theatre has been installed on It; M. S. Aorangl on its
Australasian run and passengers
had the first entertainment In
that liue on a recent voyage. This
is the first ship to reach Vancouver carrying sound movie equipment.
China's first woman barrister,
Mrs. 1/b Soon Kim Teo, was among
the passengers aboard the Empress of Russia, recently sailing
from Vancouver. Mrs. Soon obtained her legal training in England and Is attached to the Hong
Kong bar.
Tho Canadian people seem to
have developed a considerable
ta3te for macaroni, vermicelli,
spaghetti and the like Italian food
preparations. Output of H Canadian factories in 1931 was 20,-
311,423 pounds as compared with
16,819,625 Hbs. in 1930.
With Remembrance Day In our
minds, it is timely to recall the
brief epitome of Canada's part ln
the war inscribed on a tablet ln
the House of Parliament at Ottawa : — "Six hundred twenty-
eight thousand, six hundred forty-
two bore the badge of Canada in
the Great War; sixty thousand six
hundred sixty-one met death and
passed on."
Good hunting Is reported from
the Bates Camp, near Matagama,
Ontario, on the main line of the
Canadian Pacific Railway, seventy
miles east of Sudbury. Moose
and deer are very numerous close
to the camp and in one morning
a couple of U. S. hunters secured
a •fine bull moose and a deer. They
killed to the limit of their licenses
within a few days.
A free scholarship to be held at
L'Ecole Polytechnlque of the University ot Montreal, offered hy the
Canadian Pacific Railway to minor
sons of employees of the railway,
was awarded to J. P. Lecavaller,
18-year-Old son of Ephrem Leca-
valier, chief clerk at the Mile End
Station. The award entitles to
five years study proceeding to the
degree of Bachelor of Civil Engineering.
Canadian Pacific Railway low
rate return bargain excursions, a
highly popular feature of the railway's operation since February
last, have been and will be well
maintained up to the end of the
year. Outstanding recently have
been the trip to Chicago from
Montreal and the shorter trips
into and out of the major cities
from and to the surrounding provinces. The rate and a quarter
fare for return trips during the
Remembrance Day holiday was
well patronized and this concession is again to be offered for the
Christmas and New Tear holidays. P)
girl he adores. This picture depicts
the hair-raising stunts of barnstorming aviators flirting with death, as
they did in a popular Fourth of July
Fair a few years ago. Richard
Arlen, a former member of the
Royal Flying Corps, is entirely at
home in the role of a dare-devil
pilot. It throbs with love and
thrills.    See the picture Tuesday.
"Riders of the Desert"
THURSDAY, DEC. 8th.
The best Western picture Bob
Steele has ever made. Punch and
power right through the picture.
Gertrude Messenger is the leading
lady, and she nearly lost her life in
the production, being saved by Bob
Steele with a lariat. Hair-raising
spectacular thrills. See this Wild
West Picture on Thursday.
. The flu is gradually disappearing.
Patients now being cared for are
lessening in number. The beds at
the temporary hospital at the Mine
are languishing for the want of occupants. Both schools opened
again on Thursday last, and the
Picture Show will reopen, tonight
(Saturday) The early disappearance of the sickness is largely due
to the loyal co-operation of the people with the wishes of the Health
Officer, and it is hoped that due precaution will still be exercised to
avoid the possibility of a further
outbreak.
Hon. J. W. Jones Still
Slashing Expenditures
On the question of its budget for
1933-34, the Government is silent,
as this is a subject first broached in
the House. Hon. J. W. Jones,
however, has let it be known that
lie intends to present a budget balanced even to the critical eyes of
the banks and the Opposition.
Expenditures a year ago were
about $30,000,000. This year they
were estimated at $24,688,000.
Next year they will be as olose to
$20,000,000 as the treasury can
induce all other departments to
make them. This may involve cuts
ranging from $300,000 to nearly
$1,000,000 in some of the more
costly departments
Some forms of provincial revenue
are recovering, notably lumber
receipts, which have pursued an
upward trend for three months
past. The fiscal picture is only
roughed in as yet, and no clear insight into what returns can be expected in other forms of receipt for
next year can be gleaned at this
date. On the whole revenues in
1933 34 may be a little better than
in 1932-33, it is said in circles close
to the ministry. This, however
will contribute to a balanced bud
get, without any surplus funds in
hand.
"So you are to be operated on,
eh?"
"Yes,, the doctor said he wants
to take out my appendix, but I
think what he really wants to get
out of me is a new oar,1'
Wife: "Yes, I call my husband
"Twinkle, Little Star."
Wife-to-be: "Why, because he's
so constant?"
Wife: "No, because I wonder
where he is."
THE B. P. O. ELKS
Annual immortal Seruto
WILL BE HELD IN THE ELKS' HALL
On Sunday, December 4th. at 9 p.m.
ADDRESS BY REV.  EVAN BAKER
A Cordial Invitation Extended to Everyone
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From   Anyox   for   Stewart,
Prinoe Rupert, Ocean Falls,
Powell River and Vancouver,
Wednesdays, Midnight.
Fortnightly service to Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Particulars on request.
TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger trains leave Prince
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a.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East.
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Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
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Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
THE SOCIAL   EVENT
OF THE SEASON
A. C. L. Tennis Club's
Annual Dance
GYMNASIUM
MONDAY, DECEMBER 12th.
Dancing 9.30 to 2.30 and
the Best of Everything
Trophies  Won  During   the
Season will be Presented
Tickets $1.00 a Couple,
Extra Lady 50c.
DON'T MISS THIS
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Medicines. Toilet Articles, Etc.
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In which to do the Christmas
Shopping
Christmas is just three weeks round the corner, and is
creeping along steadily. It is better to do your shopping now, rather than at the last minute. You have a
fresh and complete selection from which to choose, and
more time in which to make a choice. An advantage
also, is that we will set aside for you anything you may
select now. There is no time like the present. Arrange
to shop now.
:-: Gifts in Newest Styles :-:
Florentine Leather Book Covers and Purses, Hand-
tome Cedar Chests filled with delicious Chocolates,
New Ronson Lighters and Lighter Sets, New Style
Brass Smoking Sets, Coty Sets, Perfume and Powder
Sets—very dainty, Bath Salts in novel and attractive
holders, New Wrist Watches for ladies and gentlemen, Scarf Pins, Cigarette Cases. Dressing Sets,
Perfume Sets.
See the Gift Displays Throughout the Store
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