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THE HERALD
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VOL. 10,   NO.   46
Alice Arm, B. O. Saturday, May 9, 1931
5 cents each.
Crowded House Enjoy
Fine Concert By
Choral Society
The members of the Anyox
Choral Society created an enviable
reputation for themselves on Thurs
day, April 30th when they staged
their closing conoert of the season
at the Recreation Hall before an
'audience that crowded the hall to
the doors.
Every item on the programme
was admirably rendered and the
large audience showed their appre
ciation by loud applause and de
mands for encores.
The programme opened with a
part song "Hail Smiling Morn"
sung by the whole Choir, and this
number wa,s well received by the
large audience, although it was
evident that the singers were a
little nervous at first, but they
very quickly recovered.
The second number was a duet
entitled "Stars Brightly Shining,"
by Mesdames Plumb and McMillan
who sang very well indeed, and
earned a round of applause for
their efforts. Mrs. Redman being
the accompanist for this tuneful
duet.
A special number, one of the,
'brightest items on the programme
was a solo by Mrs. F. Allen of
Prince Rupert, who was a visitor
to the town during the week, and
accepted the invitation to sing at
the concert. Mrs. Allen has a very
pleasing voice and her song "A
May Morning" received such
hearty applause that she was
obliged to give an enoore.
Another pleasing number was
the rendition of the "Cradle Song"
by the Ladies' Chorus.
The feature of the evening was,
of course, the Operetta, "Penitent
Pirates," and the brilliant manner
1 in which this operetta was put on,
showed that it must have taken a
considerable amount of work on
the part of the members of the
Choral Sooiety, to make it the sue
cess they did.
Mrs, J. L. Anderson, as leading
lady in the role of "Marguerite the
Optimist" waB exoellent and her
voice was heard to advantage in
the various songs. Miss Mary
Dodsworth, as "Peggy the Pessimist" was also a great suooess,
and her part was brilliantly oarried
out. William Pinckney, as the
hading man in the oharaoterof the
pirate ohief, "General Henry" was
Continued on Page 4
Celts Defeat Smelter In
First Football Game
Of League
Who offended the weather man?
He provided atrocious conditions
for the opening clash between the
Celts and Smelter on Tuesday the
5th. Special medals for bravery
are being prepared for the gallant
players, referee, linesmen, man
agers, and a handful of spectators
whom apparently nothing will
squash. Yet in spite of an evil
wind, lowering clouds, bog holes,
and a heavy, slippery ball the
game was a good one. Smelter's
defeat was somewhat unfortunate
for them, as they played one man
short. They put up a valiant
fight and made their opponents
go some" to win. For the Celts.
George Allen notched two goals,
McColl one and Doug McConnachie
one, while Jack Buntain and Tom
Buchanan scored one each for the
Smelter. Jim Ferguson handled
the game very satisfactorily
George Hunter took a header into
a convenient swimming pool, but
apart from this most of the'players
managed to keep fairly dry, and
the game was otherwise clean
throughout.
Tennis Tournament Will Be
Played Tomorrow
The tennis tournament will start
at'9.30 a.m. tomorrow (Sunday).
A large number of entries having
been received it will be necessary
for everybody to be on hand early
to get through the number of
games iu good time. The Club
House has been decorated inside
and a new cupboard installed, and
many improvements have been
made to make the place like a Club
House should be. Given fine
weather, the tennis enthusiasts
should have a very enjoyable day
tomorrow.
Anyox Gardeners Are
Beautifying Grounds
A walk around Anyox reveals
the fact that many gardens will be
cultivated this year, School Street
promising to be very brilliant.
Many gardens not previously cultivated are in very good shape.
James Murdoch', whose garden
was very beautiful last year, has
something up his sleeve this season, and it is probable that before
long many people will walk up the
Mine Road, specially to see this
line display.
Mr. Ashmore's large garden is
also receiving attention, and promises to be as attractive as in previous years.
The consignment of plants received at the Granby Stores were
quickly snapped up by local gardeners.
In the Beach area, many of the
gardens are very tidy, and neat-
beds have been set out for flowers.
We hope the gardeners will gat
results from their splendid efforts
towards a brighter Anyox.
In regard to sport, it was noticed
that the Ball Ground is in fine
shape. Both goals have been receiving the attention of carpenters,
while the dressing rooms and walks
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to the ground have also been attended to.
Alice Arm Notes
Mrs. H, Nuoich, P. Williamson
and J. McDiarmid left ou Monday
for Prinoe Rupert. They have
been summoned for duty as petit
jurors for the spring session of the
Supreme Court Assizes.
Neil Forbes, who has spent the
winter here left on Wednesday for
the Taku Country. He will spend
the summer there developing his
mineral claims adjacent to the
Taku river on which persistent
gold values occur over a large
area.
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Laughlin Gillies arrived on Monday from Vancouver.
A. E. Rolston arrived in town on
Monday from.the south.
T. J. Shenton, mining inspector,
arrived on   Monday   from   Prince
Continued on Page 4
Dress Rehearsal Of The
"Beauty Shop" Will
Be Given
If many days and nights of hard
work, an abundance of pep and
enthusiasm, and a determination
to do things right mean anything,
then the forthcoming production
of "The Beauty Shop" should be
an overwhelming success. Members of this large cast and chorus
of more than fifty ladies and
gentlemen may be heard any day
between the hours of noon and
midnight going through their
paces in the Elks' Hall and those
in charge promise the public the
most pretentious and most pleasing
affair of the kind ever attempted
in Anyox. •
After witnessing some of the
rehearsals recently, a prominent
citizen was heard to remark that
if every song, every dance, the
chorus with their fetching costumes and color were eliminated it
would still be a "whale of a show"
inasmuch as the clever lines and
dialogue are alone sufficient to pro
vide a wonderful evening's entertainment. But with a real "Beauty
Chorus," hundreds of costumes,
many charming singing and dancing numbers, patrons may be
assured of something far out of
the ordinary in local theatricals.
On Wednesday evening a preliminary performance will be given
in the nature of a dress rehearsal
at which tickets will be sold to all
school pupils at a price of twenty-
five cents. A complete performance will be given starting at
seven-thirty.
Anyox Lodge, No. 47, B.P.O.
Elks, Presents the
MUSICAL COMEDY
"The Beauty
Shop"
Thursday, Friday, May
14-15th.
RECREATION HALL
The bigitit thin| ol itihiod e?er ottmpted
here, f«ilurh>|« cut ot forty local artiiti.
GENERAL ADMISSION
'     $1.00
Curtain Rises 8.IS p.m.
Thanks  Given   by   Christ
Church W^ft Guild
The officers and members of the
above Guild wish to sincerely
thank their many friends who so
generously contributed to their
Sale of Aprons, Home-cooking and
Afternoon Tea recently held in the
Parish Room. Needless to say,
the affair was an unbounded suooess in every department. Mrs
T. Pinokney, Mrs. J. MoMillan and
Mrs. Cormier added greatly to the
afternoon's enjoyment by the ren
dering of musical numbers.
In our last week's report of the
Christ Church Variety Concert, the
names of Mrs MoMillan and Mrs.
McKay were omitted. Both these
ladies acted as accompanists and a
large part of the success of the
concert was due to their efforts.
Alice Arm Prospectors
Call a Meeting To
Redress Wrongs
A public meeting was held at
the old Bank Building on Thursday
evening. It was called by a number of prospectors of the town for
the purpose of criticizing the
method of work done here by the
Public Works Department, and
also the small amount of employment given to prospectors.
M. Peterson was appointed
Chairman of the meeting and A.
D. Yorke acted as seoretary. The
building was tilled to capacity.
In opening the meeting the
Chairman made a few remarks
stating that dissatisfaction had
prevailed for some time among the
prospectors of tho town. They
felt that as pioneers of the district
they had not been fairly dealt with
when men were hired for work
undertaken by   the   government.
He stated that a petition would
be laid on the secretary's table for
anyone to sign, if they felt inclined
after it had been read.
The petition, which was addressed to the Department of
Public Works, Victoria, and was
somewhat lengthy, was then read.
It stated that it was the general
opinion of the prospectors of Alice
Arm that it was unnecessary to
spend any further money in the
town of Alice Arm. That the
money to be expended would benefit the government to a greater
extent if it was spent on road
work in the Upper Kitsault Country, where several potential mines
were partly developed. It also
stated that the prospectors of the
district were not given a fair share
of government work, those employed being a small circle.
An investigation of work done
was also asked for.
The petition was then laid on
the table for signatures, following
which the Chairman stated discussion would be undertaken.
It was proposed from the floor
that discussion be undertaken
before the petition was signed.
The Chairman, however, stated
that anyone wishing to discuss it
could do so after tho signatures
had been completed.
Following the signing, the meeting closed as discussion then seemed futile.
Arrivals on Monday from Prince
Rupert included E. Stone, C. H.
Hosking, C. Elleson, W. Guire. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX  HERALD,   Saturday,   May  9,   1931
The Truth About Silver
Reprinted from the Mining and
Industrial Record
"The stabilization and remonetiz-
ation of silver has been the subject
of much discussion in the West for
many months, and the advantages
which would result from such
action have been stressed. These
are evident to all who live in the
silver producing and silver using
countries. The advent of even 50
cent silver is apparent to British
Columbia.
"Can it be done? The answer to
this question is in the affirmative.
It could. By international agreement, only. But when the question
is—Will it be done? Or shall it be
done? the answer is not so decisive.
"As a mild tonic to our Western
optimism, we quote here a recent
opinion of the Northern Miner, of
Toronto, which is not without interest.    The Northern Miner says;
"We would like to see 50 cent
silver, for the sake of our Canadian
operators in that metal. We would
be glad to have our northern miners
in the silver camps working full
time and the old line companies
making money for shareholders.
But there is no use in trying to
dodge the truth. The outlook for
improvement in the price is,slim.
What about the various conferences
the nostrums and remedies proposed
in recent months? American producers have interested Washington
authorities and the latter have
canvassed the possibility of getting
the support of Great Britain to a
scheme whereby the sale of Indian
silver would be restricted; in fact,
she attempt proposed was to interest all the principal silver using
countries in stabilizing the price.
"There will be no conference,
Great Britain will not agree to one,
for the simple reason that she faces
the facts. Even if the nations did
confer, nothing would come of it.
"The blunt truth is that the
British Empire is a buyer of silver
and United States is a seller. It is
not to the interest of the former to
listen to the selling talk of the
latter. India is the British Empire
unit which is most concerned and
India is anxious to maintain a free
market on this metal. The wealth
of the great bulk of the population
of India is in the form of silver and
strange as it may appear to a producer, the natives of that country
have no objection at all to receiving
two pieces of silver where they took
in one before.
"It is not possible for stabilization
or any other measure to break down
in the mind of eastern peoples the
inbred belief that silver is valuable.
Actually, the abundance and
cheapness of the metal in the east
has increased business, particularly
imports. A higher price would
have the   unexpected and perhaps
Prospector's  Don't  Take
Losses Seriously
Suicide of an Oklahoma publisher who lost his fortune in Wall
Street calls attention to the statement before a Senate sub committee that 2100 suicides from this
cause have been reported by a
single insurance company in the
year following the panic of 1929.
Which leads us to this question,
asked not in idle curiosity: Has
any reader ever heard of a suicide
caused by loss in a legitimate prospecting enterprise that failed to
find ore?—Mining Truth, Spokane.
Fifteen thousand two-year old
fir trees from the Government's
nursery at Vancouver were recently
planted on logged off land, near
Campbell River, where a thousand
acres have been reserved for reforestation.
Vernon and District Prospectors'
Association has been formed as a
branch of the B. C. Chamber of
Mines to assist prospectors in the
Vernon district. H. J. Fallow is
president and A. A. Dennys, se
cretary-treasurer.
The provincial government is
seeking a reduction in the price
of beer from $16.50 to $15.00 per
barrel. This would mean a saving
of $250,000 annually.
Lawyer—"Don't you think you
are straining a point in your explanation?"
Witness—"Maybe, I am, but
you often have to strain things to
make them clear."
"Don't you love the sweet moan
of the saxophonist?"
"I'd rather hear his death-rattle."
Butte  Mine   Closes  Down
After 25 Years
Butte & Superior Mining Company, of Butte, has ceased after 25
years' operation. It paid total
dividends of $20,227,521 on the
290,197 shares of stock outstanding.
Par value was $10 a share.
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ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cot any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
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
unreasonable effect of cutting off
imports, thus hurting world trade.
Why should Great Britain prejudice
her interest in this way?
"India considers that silver is
selling at a bargain and so does
China. In spite of the fact that
India has gone on the gold basis
and, owing to the low price of
silver, much of the coinage of the
country is being turned into bullion,
her imports of the metal have gone
up thirty per cent in a year. It is
plain that the people like it at
current quotations.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or hy the Government of British Columbia
AUCE ARM
FREIGHTING
COMPANY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Pack Trains, Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small   .
MILES DONALD Manager
Increase   of   Over    50,000
Radio Sets in Canada
Ottawa, May 2; (Special to the
Herald). There were 90,555 more
radios in Canada in March 1931
than there were in the same month
in 1930. By provinces the number
of license radios are:
Prince Edward Island     1,255
Nova Scotia  16,530
New Brunswick  11,718
Quebec ! 94,883
Ontario..    257,275
Manitoba  32,989
Saskatchewan  33,516
Alberta  23,660
British Columbia 42,729
North West Territories....       146
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moderate.
Someone may need that
article you don't require.
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Picture Show for 25c.
Commencing with the advent of the Talkies, which
date is August 30th., members of the Anyox Community League, will be allowed admission to one picture
show each month, on the presentation of their membership card, showing dues paid to date, for the price of
25c.   This arrangement to be in lieu of past free show.
FREE SERVICES TO MEMBERS ARE:
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
To keep these going we need your membership and your patronage
Bl)Y at the league
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'PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"
Atlin Electoral District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, on Monday, the 18th. day of
May, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, at the COURT HOUSE
ANYOX, hold a sitting of the
Court of Revision for the purpose of revising the list of voters
for the said Electoral District,
and of hearing and determining any
and all objections to the retention of
any name on the said list, or to the
registration as a voter of any applicant for registration; and for the
other purpose set forth iu the "Provincial Elections Act."
Dated at Anyox, B. C. this 18th. day
of April, 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN,
Registrar of Voters,
Atlin Electoral District.
And further take notice that adjourned sittings of the above Court
will be held at the following places:
ATLIN-On Tuesday, May the 19th„
1931, at the hour of ten o'clook
in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Atlin.
TELEGRAPH   OREEK-On    Wednesday, the 20th. day of May,
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Government Agent's Office, Telegraph
Creek. ,      . ■
STEWART-On Thursday, the 21st.
day of May, 1931, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House, Stewart.
Dated at Anyox, B. O. this 16th. day
of April. 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN.
Registrar of Voters.
During these tight times by failing to
take advantage of the advertising
columns of the Herald
If you have anything to sell, whether it is a piano,
a radio, phonograph, an admission ticket to a dance,
concert or card party, Life or Fire Insurance, something to eat, wear or smoke, an auto ride, or whatever you have to sell: then
Advertise it in the Herald
and Increase Your Sales
Managers of social affairs are reminded
that an extra ticket or two sold pays for
an advertisement, and the others sold
through advertising are all clear
profit
ISN'T  IT   WORTH   CONSIDERING?
We will gladly write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
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ALICE   ARM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD,  Saturday,  May   9, 1931
Governor-General  Settling
Down at Ottawa
Ottawa, May 2; (Special to the
Herald). The Governor-General of
Canada is rapidly becoming acclimatized in his new home and has
already been made a regular member of the Canadian Legion, patron
of the Red Cross Society, Honorary
Chief of the Boy Scouts, and
patron of numerous other societies.
Her Excellency the Countess of
Bessborough, is an honorary regent of the Imperial Order of the
Daughters of the Empire as well as
vice-president of the Canadian Red
Cross Society.
He
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Production of newsprint paper In
rnnnrln In 1AM totalled about 2.-
500.000 tons, n production considerably is rumor than thut ol' any other
country.
Canada will have a large and attractive exhibit at the Buenos Aires
Exhibition, March 14 to April 27.
Canadian manufacturers will also
he exhibiting their products in the
Canadian section.
Hotel accommodation In the Prairie Provinces, according to the latest computation, Is arrived at as follows:—In Manitoba, 286 hotels; ia
Saskatchewan, 400; and in Alberta,
419.
Portugal Is the latest recruit to
the forthcoming World's Grain Exhibition and Conference to be held
in Regina ln the summer of 1932.
Eleven other countries have so tar
notified their intention to show.
Oil production in Alberta is decidedly on the upgrade, according
to provincial government figures
recently compiled. Total output
in 1930 was 1,433,844 barrels compared with 999,162 ln 1929.
Placement of 1,600,000 salmon fry
and 1,000,000 trout has been made
throughout different sections of
Nova Scotia, a generous percentage
of which went to the brooks and
streams of Annapolis Valley.
Life, fire, accident and other insurance companies collected a total
of (10,366,636 in annual premiums
on policies In force in Nova Scotia
during the past fiscal year. This
represents an increase of nearly
$1,000,000 over the previous year.
A combination of high speed at
sea, special rail facilities at Quebec
—Including a tunnel under the famous battlefields—and special trains
to New York and Chicago will
shorten the time between London
and most Canadian and United
States cities by from one and a
half to two days.
Freight transportation requirements of the United States are
equivalent to hauling 400 billion
tons one mile every year and there
is no other Instrumentality that can
handle more than 20 per cent, of
these requirements. It was stated
recently in an address tn New York
City.
C. B. Andrews, of Winnipeg, has
been appointed district passenger
agent at Saint John, N.B.. in sue.
cession to George S. Beer. Mr.
Andrews joined Canadian Pacific
service in 1910 and has worked his
way up from a clerkship in the
superintendent's office at Sourls,
Manitoba.
Co-operative associations In Canada numbered 1,096 In 1930 with a
total membership of 690,685. In
1929 there were 936 of these organizations which reported 612.835
members. They include grain
growers, dairy farmers and fruit
and vegetable growers In the eastern provinces.
Enrollment In the Saskatchewan
Government's corresp o n <1 e n c <■
school has now passed the 5,000
mark, according to Information received from the office of Premier
J. T. M. Anderson, Minister or Education. Applications are still
coming in, as many as 43 being received in one day, and up to the
present the department hfl« been
able to handle all applications.
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Parliamentary Business
Is Piling Up Ottawa
Ottawa, May 2; (Special to the
Herald). Conclusion of the debate
on the Speech from the Throne witnessed an unprecedented accumulation of parliamentary business.
No less than 44 pages of the
order paper were filled with 233
question direction to the government. There were another 106
notices of motion for production of
papers and dozens of other notices
of private members.
All these things have to stand
until the Throne Speech debate is
ended. In addition a large volume
of government legislation is ready
for consideration, including the
estimates.
Interest, however, has mainly
turned to the approaching budget.
In its tariff charges and probable
departures in taxation it is expected
to prove the most far reaching pre-<
sentation of recent years.
Manitoba Mines  Now
Marketing Metals
Winnipeg, Man., May 2; (Special to the Herald). A 23-car train
was necessary to carry the largest
shipment on record of made-in-
Canada electrolytic zinc which is on
its way from a large smelting plant
in Northern Manitoba to London
and Hamburg. The train carried
the shipment to Halifax. Fifteen
cars were billed to London' and the
remainder to Hamburg. Since the
first shipment left the smelting
plant at Flin Flon last November,
no less than 247 cars of blister
copper and zinc have been shipped.
Of this total 99 cars have been
blister copper, and 148 have been
zinc. Most of the shipments have
been consigned to eastern Canada
centres and to the United States.
-NESTLfi'Sr
"I thought you said you were
going away for a holiday?"
"Yes, but I was let off with a
fine."
Domestic consumption in 1929
was about 46.000 tons of lead and
32,000 tons of zinc, which is far
below the output. Canada rough
ly produces four times as much
lead aud three times as much zinc
as it consumes. Production is on
the eve of increase.
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ordinary bottled milk. It goes
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Men's Underwear
We have a full stock of Men's Underwear by all the
well known makers including:
Hewson Heavy Woolen Underwear, $4.00 per suit, or $2.00
per garment.
Penman's No. 91 medium weight combinations, $2.00 per suit.
Penman's No. 95 medium  weight.    Pure wool.     Two-pi^ce
suits at $2.45 per garment.
Penman's No. 95 Combination Suits, $4.50 per suit.
LEW LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;    also Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.    A large stock to choose from
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The Musical Cruisaders at Work
Judging by tbe letters being received, countless thousands of Canadians
and dwellers in the United States tune in every Sunday afternoon to hear
the Musical Cruisaders of the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company in
their descriptive program based on the Empress of Australia's round-the-
world cruise. The above illustration Bhows the Cruisaders at work under
the leadership of Alfred Heather. They are in tbe newly fitted out radio
studios CPRY at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto. These studios are
among the finest in North America being equipped with the very latest
devices developed for perfect broadcasting. There are two of these studios
in the Royal York ana from them, week by week, programs are broadcast
throughout the length and breadth of Canada over the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's telegraph wires and chain of broadcasting stations. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX  HERALD,   Saturday,  May  9,  1931
Crowded House Enjoy
Fine Concert By
Choral Society
Continued from Page 1
outstanding among the men,
but
he was closely pressed for honors
by some of the other players, to go
into full details, however, would
take up a lot of space, but one
must say that it was a good oper
etta, with each member of the
cast acting splendidly in the various roles called for.
Special mention must be made
of Mr. Ray Roberts and Mr. Redman. Mr. Roberts, as director of
the play, carried a big responsibil
ity, but in addition to these heavy
duties he also painted the excellent
scenery for the second act of the
show. Mr. Redman, a musical
director, found his hands full, but
on top of his strenuous task, it was|Monday from prince Rupert,
that suitable orchestration
Mr. and Mrs Morton Enjoy
Life in Rhodesia
In a recent letter to Anyox
friends, Mrs. Archie Morton writes
from Northern Rhodesia telling of
the wonderful gardens cultivated
in the Nkana Mine District.
Prizes were awarded for the best
gardens, and Mrs. Morton was
successful in winning second prize
lor her beautiful garden. The
Herald congratulates Mrs. Morton
on this achievement accomplished
in so short a time. In addition to
her gardening success, Mrs. Morton
was awarded prizes on two occas
ions at fancy dress dances held at
Nkana, both being first prizes.
found
of the songs could not be obtained
so he went ahead and wrote them
out for the local orchestra, a task
of no mean proportion. The local
orchestra did full justice-to the
orchestrations, and proved that
Mr. Redman has considerable mus
ical ability in writing the various
instrumental parts.
The local Orchestra composed of
Mrs. J. McMillan, Miss Wilma
Powell, Messrs. Stuart Steele, E.
Ross Oatman, Sid Armstrong and
P. Powell entertained the very
appreciative audience with a musical selection in the first half of the
programme as well as during the
changing of acts.
The ladies had extra work to do
making the costumes, in whioh
they were very ably assisted by
Mrs Dnnu and Mrs. Salmon who
also made the extra costumes required by the men. The dresses
of the ladies were colorful and
blended well, while the men were
attired as very fierce looking
pirates.
Behind the stage Mr. Roberts
was capably assisted by Messrs. J.
Plumb, Jim Barclay and Frank
Kent and all carried out the changing of scenery very efficiently.
Mrs. J- McMillan, who has worked very hard as accompanist for
the Choral Society, played in her
usual fine style.
Messrs J. Dunn and W. E. Barclay, assisted by two of the local
Boy Scouts, at the door had a
difficult task in coping with the
crowd that attended this very
successful Concert, and were very
efficient in this direction. The
Choral Society take this opportun
J,
Anyox Notes
Continued (rom Page I
Rupert.
Chas. Kruzick arrived home on
m any way to put this  show
so big.
Athletic Association Hold
Card Party
A very enjoyable card party was
held at the New Club House on
Saturday evening by the Alice
Arm Athletic Association.
Six tables of bridge were played.
T. W. Falconer succeeded in win
ning the men's first prize, and J.
Larson secured the consolation
prize.
The ladies' first prize was won
by Neil Forbes, who, owing to the
shortage of ladies was playing a
female part, and Mrs. C. Ripley
won the ladies' low score prize.
Appetising refreshments were
supplied by the ladies,
L. Swiggum left on Monday for
Stewart.
Bert Eeles was a passenger to
Vancouver on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Anderson,
accompanied by their child, left on
Monday for Prince Rupert.
Chas. Cundill left on Monday for
Prince Rupert.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. MacMillan
left Wednesday on a, two month's
vacation; which they will spend in
Vancouver.
Norman R. Redman, who will
spend several week's vacation in
the south, left on Wednesday's
boat.
Mrs. R. O'Neill was a southbound passenger on Wednesday.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert, B. C. We use the best
materials in a modern plant. Careful work and quick service.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED-
Earn $15.00 to $25.00 daily with
sensational non competitive family
necessity. Territory going fast.
Write immediately:
E. L. McKenzie,
Sidney, B. C.
"PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"
Atlin Electoral District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, on Monday, the 18th. day of
May, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, at the COURT HOUSE
ANYOX, hold a sitting of the
Court   of    Revision    for   the   pur-
  „ .. ^ose of revising the list of  voters
ty to thank everybody who helped 'for   the    said    Electoral    District,
and of hearing and determining any
and all objections to the retention of
any name on the said list, or to the
registration as a voter of any applicant for registration; and for the
other purposes set forth iu the "Provincial Elections Act.''
Dated at Anyox, B. 0. this 16th. day
of April, 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN,
Registrar of Voters,
Atlin Electoral District.
And further take notice that adjourned sittings of the above Court
will be held at the following places:
ATLIN-On Tuesday, May the 19th„
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Atlin.
TELEGRAPH   CREEK-On    Wednesday, the 20th. day of May,
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Government Agent's Office, Telegraph
Creek.
STEWART-On Thursday, the 21st.
day of May, 1931, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House, Stewart.
Dated at Anyox, B, C. this 16th. dav
of April, 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN.
Registrar of Voters.
H   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, m Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from $200 to
$500
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
THE MINERALS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Comparative figures of tonnage production
of the different metals:
192?
1930
Gold
131,128 oz.
163,100 oz.
Silver
3,377,849 oz.
11,800,000 oz.
Copper
44,887,676 lb.
92,000,000 lb.
Lead
39,331,218 lb.
320,000,000 lb.
Zinc
47,208,268 lb.
250,000,000 lb.
The Mining Laws of British Columbia are
liberal and Crown Grants are given
to Mineral Claims.
For information regarding British Columbia mines,
apply to the
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
VICTORIA, B. C.
Annual Reports, Bulletins, Maps, etc.,
furnished free of charge on application.
For Results, Advertise  in  the
Herald
fr'
Dry Goods Department
We have received a new shipment of kiddies May Belle lingerie.   These little garments
are very attractive and dainty.
Vests in colors of peach, sky and pink.    Sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12.    Price each 65c.
Bloomers to match above.     Price .- 75c.
Slips to match above.     Price $1.25.
Combination Vest and Bloomers in colors of peach and sky.   Sizes 4-6.    Price.. .$1.25.
Pyjamas in vivid color combinations.   Just the thing to please the little girl.     Sizes
6, 8, 10, 12, 14.    Price" $2.00.
Gowns in colors of peach, pink, sky and white, trimmed with contrasting colors of
medallions and pipings.    Sizes 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 year.    Price $1.25.
These garments make wonderful gifts for the kiddies.
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Shoe Department
New Shoes for Old
Don't be too proud to have
your Hurlbut's rebuilt at
factory.
They will come back to yon
about like new.
They will be enlarged a aba l
to keep pace with the growl ■
Ing feet.
ftf
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT
Be on time.   Use an Alarm Clock.   We have
the Big Ben Family Alarm Clocks ranging in
price from $2-00 up to $5.50.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
-   Combination Underwear   -
Men's Merino combinations made with short sleeves
and ankle length.   The ideal garment for present
wear.    Made in Sizes 36, 38 and 40. Price $1.25.
Only 24 pairs Black Denim Working Pants in size
40.    Slightly soiled.     Regular price $2.00.    Sale
Price $1.00 per pair.
DRUG DEPARTMENT
-   Cedar Naptha Flakes   --
The odor from cedar wood drives moths away. The
vaporization of naptha kills both moths and their
larvae. By the use of both in a combined form,
you get complete protection from the depredations
of these vicious insects. Use Cedar-Naptha freely
in those clothes which you intend to lay away.
LARGE BOX  25c
GRANBY   STORES
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