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A little paper
with all the
news and a big
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
$2.50 a Year    j
I Alice Arm and j
Anyox. $2.75 to j
all other points. I
VOL. 10,   NO. 27
Alice Arm. B. C. Saturday. December 20. 1930
5 cents each.
Splendid Concert Given
By Anyox Choral
The Anyox Choral Society gave
a delightful concert on Thursday,
\v December 11 in the Recreation Hall
and it was the opinion of many who
attended that it was the Society's
best effort yet.
Choral singing in these days of
jazz does not appeal to everybody,
but those who turned out for this
event obviously enjoyed the items
rendered by the Anyox Choral Society under the direction of Mr. Redman.
After the choir had sung the
opening item "Waken Lords and
Ladies Gay," Mr. Ray Roberts
sang "Roll on Ocean," and his
pleasing bass voice was heard to
During the first half of the programme Miss Nan Dunn danced
the Highland Fling in well trained
style, and deservedly received applause for an encore.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson
gave two delightful duets, the first
"The Singing Lesson," and the
second and encore to the first, was
"The. Spider and the Fly," both
items receiving prolonged applause
from the audience.
The solo given by Mrs. Griffiths,
"A Perfect Day" received well
earned applause and her contralto
voice was heard again in encore
that followed.
The next item, a pianoforte duet
by Mrs. McMillan and Mrs. Cormier was nicely played as also was
the encore.
Following two items "Hear the
Sledges," and "Rose in the Bud,"
which were sung in splendid style
by the ladies. The Society concluded their programme with "Softly fall the Shades of Evening."
Congratulations must be offered
to Mr. Redman for his efforts, and
also to Mrs. McMillan, whose excellent accompanying contributed
very much toward the success of
the concert.
The attendance, while not so
large as was anticipated, in no way
reflected the sale of tickets, and the
Bonanza Relief Fund should benefit
considerably from this concert.
The members of the Choral
Society afterwards adjourned to
supper in the United Church basement, during which a presentation
was made to Mrs. R. H. Cripps,
one of the keenest members, who
left on the Catala this week for
May Your Christinas Morning Be Qlorious
and Your Smile of Christmas Cheer
Spread on Throughout the Year
Winners of The Badminton
The Anyox Badminton Club held
a tournament on Wednesday evening at the Gymnasium. The winners were: Mrs. J. Smith and
Capt. Johnson; Mrs. J. J. H. Var
nes and Wm. Gibb.
J. A. Swanson  Sends
Greetings from Russia
During the week The Herald
received a letter from Mr. J. A.
Swanson, formerly mine superin
tendent at Anyox. • Mr. Swanson
is now in Russia, as superintendent
of a new copper mine, and Mrs.
Swanson is also with him there.
Mr. Swanson states that they are
both in good health. They are
located on the south side of the
Ural mountains, in Asia and bor
dering on Siberia. They are quite
contented, and the promises made
in New York by the Russian
authorities have been fulfilled.
They have met a lot of nice people
since tlieir arrival, but have not
forgotten their British Columbian
friends. Through the Herald they
wish to extend the season's greet
ings to tlieir many Anyox and
Alice Arm friends, and wish them
a ''Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year."
Enjoyable Social Evening Is
Held By Oddfellows
The Oddfellows of Anyox and
their friends were entertained by
their sisters of the Rebekah Lodge
at a Social evening in the Oddfellows Hall on Wednesday the 10th.
A large number of guests were present. Cards were indulged in during the early part of the evening,
and after supper had been served a
dance was held, the music being
supplied by the newly-formed Victor Orchestra. Much praise was
forthcoming from all sides for their
excellent renditions. The ladies of
the Lodge excelled themselves in
their endeavors to provide an enjoyable time for their guests.
Badminton   Club  Will Use
Gym. on Friday
As there will be no gym olasses
or Basketball during the holiday
season the Badminton Club have
been given use of the gymnasium
on Friday nights. The club's membership certainly warrants the extra night which it is hoped will be
a permanent reservation for Badminton.
Basketball Games Are
Proving Great
The Pats trimmed the High
School on December Hth. to the
tune of 14-10. The former played
a good game throughout and their
success was largely due to the efforts of Kathleen Eve, who scored
9 points. Lillian Dresser was
again top scorer for the High
Pats: H. Calderoni.2, K. Eve-9,
J. MacDonald-2, Tess Gordon-1.
High School: Lillian Dresser-5,
P. Loudon-3, M. Barclay-1, A. Mc-
In the Senior A game that followed the Celts easily accounted for
the Micos.    The scores being:
Celts-25, S. Steele-12, T. Calder-
oni-11, C. Hill-1, A. McDonald-1.
Micos-10, B. Bass-4, F. Ander-
son-4, L. Dodd-2.
There were only two games on
Monday, December 15th. The
Orphans and Smelter fought a very
close game in which the former won
by one point.
The Smelter team secured their
points through S. Ellison-4, J. Don-
aldson-4, and J. Ion-6, and held a
slight lead until the last minute
when the Orphans, who were playing a fast passing game, secured
the winning basket. The first half
of this game was in favor of the
Smelter, but in the second period
the winners played up strongly and
thoroughly deserved to secure the
points. A. Horner-8, Field-4, W.
Pinckney-2 and W. Cloke-1, scored
for the Orphans.
Scores:  Orphans-15, Smelter-14.
The second game was between
the Anyox High School and Pats.
The former having their revenge
on the Pats for the High School set
back of the previous game. The
scores were: Anyox High School
9, M. Cloke-2, L. Dresser.3, G.
Peters-2 and M. Dresser-2. Pats 7,
H. Calderoni-2, P. O'Neill.2, J.
McDonald-2 and Tess Gordon-1.
Alice  Arm   Christmas
Tree on Tuesday
The Alice Arm children's Christmas Tree and entertainment will be
held on Tuesday evening in T. W.
Falconer's Hall at 7.30 p.m., De>
cember 23rd.
During the past two weeks the
children have been trained for their
parts in the entertainment, and by
the time Tuesday evening arrives
they, will be bursting to display
their talent to the public. It has
been arranged with Santa Claus
that he will arrive at the conclusion
of the entertainment and he will
no doubt be able to spare sufficient
time to donate his presents. Refreshments will follow his departure,
Everyone is invited to be present,
A pleasant smile is all that is
necessary to gain admittance.
Neil Forbes, who ha3 spent the
past two weeks at Anyox, returned
on Tuesday.
Wm. Burke, who has spent the
past few months at Hazelton and
Prince Rupert, arrived home on
Miss Alice Kergin, who has
been attending High School at
Prince Rupert, arrived home on
Monday to spend Christinas holidays with her parents.
Miles Donald spent a day or two
in Prince Rupert during the week,
leaving on Monday and returning
on Thursday.
W. D. Brown, a director of the
Dalhousie Mining Co. arrived on
Monday from Victoria, to inspect
the Tidewater Molybdenum property.    He left again on Wednesday.
Standing of Teams In Billiard
The positions at the end of the
first half of the Billiard League are
as follows:
P.   W.   L.   Pts.
Boiler Shop    6     6     0     12
Elks 6     4     2       8
Orphans 6     2     4       4
Mine 6     0     6       0
The second half will be resumed
in the new year.
United Church Christmas Entertainment
Very Enjoyable
The United Church was a scene
of gaiety on Wednesday night
when all the children of the Sunday School gathered for their
annual treat. At six o'clock everybody sat down to a splendid supper
which had been arranged by Mrs.
Patrick and her committee. Half-
past seven saw all the children
with tlieir parents and friends
sitting around a gaily decorated
and illuminated Christmas Tree in
the church auditorium, ready for
the curtain to rise on what proved
to be one of the best concerts ever
produced by the young folk. The
programme was as follows:
Opening Chorus, "Christmas
Welcome Address, by Audrey
Beoitation, by five girls.
Star March.
Tableaus entitled: "Sunshine and
Showers," "Dolly's Doctor," "Too
Hot," "Ready for the Party,"
"Evening Prayers, and Playing
Doctor," were carried out by the
Primary Department.
Recitation, by Violet Higgins.
Holly Drill.
A three scene playlet entitled
'The Christmas Plot" was produc
ed by Mrs. James' class of young
ladies who played their parts well,
three of them taking the parts of
young men.
Closing Chorus, "Shepherds have
ye seen Him."
The superintendent, Mr. Redman, found Santa in the Church
Hall and brought him out to the
delight of all the little folk. He
had the children sing for hiin and
then he stood by the tree and
distributed to every boy and girl
present a bag of candies and oranges. The very pleasant evening
came to a close with the National
The programme was in the hands
of Mrs. Redman, Mrs. McMillan,
Mrs. Cormier and Mrs. James, who
spent many hours in the training
of the ohildren.
Owing to the success of the Turkey Shoot recently held at the
Elks' Club another one will be held
this evening.
B. Burmigi, who has successfully
conducted a tailoring business in
Anyox left for Prince Rupert with
C. Koran. ALICE   ARM   .  S'D  ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday, December 20,  1930
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm anil Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $3.00
Notiees for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS. Editor and Publisher.
The Christmas Festival is almost with us again and everyone
is now ready to celebrate as this
grpat Christmas Festival should be
celebrated. This season of goodwill, goodfellowship and peace has
lost none of its popularity, in its
passage through the ages, and the
people of Anyox and Alice Arm
are as enthusiastic as were our ancestors of a thousand years ago,
before railways, telephones, radios
or automobiles were ever dreamt
Christmas is humanity's great
new birth festival, typified in the
lovely picture of the blessed Babe
on the Virgin breast of glorified
It makes its appeal to that root
of beauty, and holiness which
dwells down within each one of
Howe Sound Co. Still
Maintains Dividend
Howe Sound Company operating
the Britannia mine, 28 miles from
Vancouver, is the last of the copper
producing companies to retain its
dividend at the old rate. This is
some record when the number of
large and very strong other companies is considered, all of which
have cut their rates, the last to do
so being the Phelps Dodge Corporation.
Howe Sound also operates a silver mine in Mexico. In British
Columbia it has been extending its
operations, and has development of
the Toric mine in hand. It also is
developing a copper property at
Chelan, Wash.
It awakens dormant feelings and
aspirations which the clamor of
worldly life stifles and deadens.
It opens deep springs of brotherhood and love, from whence flow
desires to bless with gifts and good
It leaves us sweetened and
heartened for another year's buffering and anxieties, with hearts
touched and softened as by an infant's first caress.
That in every sense of the word,
the Christmas of 1930 may bring
comfort and blessing to our readers, is our earnest hope, and we
wish you all
Peace River Block Has Big
Wheat Yield
According to a careful survey of
the crop yield, the Peace River
Block this year will market approximately 900,000 bushels, an
increase of 100 per cent, over two
years ago. Thirty-five bushels to
the acre is the estimated yield of
wheat, divided as follows: 70 per
cent. Garnet, 10 per cent. Reward,
and the balance Marquis.
Sherritt Gordon Co. May
Halt Operations
Toronto—February 1 is now fix
ed as the date upon which Sherritt
Gordon directors will meet to discuss the situation respecting pro
duction. It is calculated the con
centrator will be completed and
about tuned up at that time, and
therefore ready to run if the board
deems it advisable. The metal
markets ought to be presenting a
clearer outlook then, states a director. Sherritt-Gordon is not bound
by any contract arrangements with
Hudson Bay to go into production;
there is an impression abroad that
so long as Hudson Bay is willing to
accept concentrates Sherritt Gordon
must supply them.
Prosperity Mine Is Now
Big Producer
Production sheet of the Prosperity
mine for the month of October
shows that 1487 tons of dry ore
were mined during October, having
a gross smelter value of $46,152.81
and a net profit of $20,248.13 for
the month. The net profits of
Prosperity for ten months of the
present year amounted to $181,-
That the Prosperity has been a
satisfactory operation for Premier
which owns a 76 per cent, interest
in the property is shown by the
returns from the property this year
Incidentally, Prosperity has produced 1,240,060 ounces of silver in
the first ten months of this year, or
something over one-half as much as
Premier yielded during the entire
year of 1929.
The Season's Greetings
with every good wish
W*.    for a joyous Christinas
T.   W.   FALCONER AHeeArrn
Trail Not Worried Over
Future of Metals
Trail and Tadanac are very much
crowded these days and old Rossland is filling up again.
At Trail there is a fixed opinion
that the company's ore reserves will
keep the smelter running for a hundred years at its present rate of
production. And it is claimed that
the operation is so economical that
there is little danger of any area in
the world being able to put the
price of lead or zinc down to a level
at which Consolidated cannot compete.
Slocan Mine Making Gold
A Nelson despatch says a gold
brick was deposited in the Imperial
Bank of Canada at Nelson by
Superintendent R. V. Neily of the
Reno Gold Mines, Salmo. The
brick is the largest one ever brought
to Nelson from any local gold producing property.
It weighed 1482 ounces with a
value of $18,700.
Doctor to a little boy who has
eaten too much Christmas dinner,
"Are you in pain my lad?"
Greedyboy: "No, sir, the pain
is in me."
How often do you hear
someone make that remark
when referring to business
conditions in British Columbia? According to the report issued recently by the
Department of Labor of the
British Columbia Government, the wage earners of
British Columbia earned
$192,092,249.51 in 1929. It
isn't "More Payrolls" we
need in B. C. as much as
"More Support" for the
payrolls we already have.
Directly or indirectly you
get a share of this payroll.
Help to increase it. Ask
"where from" when buying.
Ask for B. C. Products.
of the Vancouver Board of Trade
Making your profits
THOUSANDS of men have
"cashed in" on their holdings after years of unremitting
toil and have re-invested only to
lose their profits in unwise speculation. Life annuities provide
an invincible protection against
such calamities.
In May, 1928, a group "f North
Dakota business men sold their
extensive holdings. While the
deal was pending they decided
to re-invest the proceeds in life
annuity contracts. After investigation they paid the Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada over
three million dollars in premiums
for annuity contracts. They were
attracted by the safety and convenience of these annuities and
the large return.
Get details from your nearest
Sun Life Representative.
Be   I
S. J. Jabour, Northern B. C. Representative
Jas. L. Stewart, Anyox, B. C.
Al. Falconer
Alice Aim
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
Business Lots from $200 to
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
Ajjent for Alice Arm Mining;
and Development Co.
(Form F)
Certificate of Improvements
"Sub-Collector" Mineral Claim, situate in the Naas River Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On the North-east
Fork of the Kitsault River.
TAKE NOTICE that we, K. Okubo,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 45408-D,
D. P. Farquhar, Free Miner's Certificate No. 45409-D; Alexander Player,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 40019;
Joseph Newton McPhee, Free Miner's
Certificate No. &5899-D, and Miles
Donald, agent, Free Miner's Certificate No. 62188C, intend sixty
days from the date hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And further take notice thataction,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Datec this 27th. day of October,
A. D„ 1930.
Including Meals and Berth.
Anyox to Prince Rupert und
Return, $13.35
TlekeU on Sale u|> to Feb. 28th,  1931.
Return Limit March 31et.
For Information eall or write
R. f. MoNaughton, ikp.a.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
Advertise in the Herald l&
ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday, December 20,  19.30
Movie Stars To Feature
Tonight's Show
Greta Garbo makes her talking
picture debut in "Anna Christie,"
her new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
starring vehicle, which plays at the
Anyox Theatre, Saturday, December 20th.
In this picture Garbo scores the
triumph of her career, her voice
recording splendidly, adding power
to her dramatic instinct and bringing fascination in multiple quantities to her personality.
As the herione of Eugene O'Neill's play of regeneration, Garbo
contributes a performance of great
poignancy and effectiveness. Never
before has she reached such heights
of emotionalism.
Clarence Brown, who directed
the picture from Frances Marion's
adaption of the play in which Pauline Lord, originally starred, may
be credited with having produced
the most artistic and compelling
talking picture yet to reach the
Urges Raising Present
Price of Silver
On the ground that a movement
is on foot for an international dis
cussion of the silver situation) and
that a national silver conference
would he ineffective, Secretary of
Commerce Lamont has advised
•Senator Oddie (Rep. Nev.) that he
will not call a domestic conference,
as had been suggested by the
Immediate attention by th»
nations of the world to remedies
for the depressed price of silver
was urged by J. P. Darling, a
director of the Midland bank of
London, before the senate foreign
relations silver subcommittee at
"If something is not done," said
Darling, we may face disasters
which we have nol nven contem
Subscribe to the Herald
ere an
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Among the events of major importance io distinguish the coming
winter sports seiuson In Quebec
will be ihe International Dog-Sled
Derby to lie held February 19-21
over a 120-mile course. It Is expected Enille St. Godard, tour times
winner of the trophy, will defend
his title. The Masquerade Ball at
the Chateau Frontenac will be another high light on February 20.
Othoi events will be the International Convention of Snowshoe
Clubs from Canada and New England and the annual ice canoe race
through the floes of the St. Lawrence about the middle of February.
The sporty seaside lay-out of the
Victoria Golf Club where the third
annual mid-winter golf tournament
will he staged from February 23 to
28 came In for unstinted praise
from Gene Sarazen, former United
States opan champion, and AJ. Es-
pinosa, of Chicago, Interviewed recently. "I thought Victoria would
be a land ot ice and snow around
this time and that Vancouver Island
was a suburb of the frozen north,"
be said. His visit provided him
with one of the surprises of bis
golfing career and both climatically and from the golfing point of
view, Victoria was in both his and
Kspinosa's opinion ideal.
Making fast time In handling tbe
annual inbound movement of the
fruit, now as much a part of the
Christmas board ln western Canada
as the turkey or mistletoe, a Canadian Pacific train of 26 cars carrying about 60,000 boxes of Japanese
oranges reached Field recently
after making the run through the
mountains from Vancouver in fifteen minutes less than scheduled
passenger train time. By mid-December it is calculated that 700,000
boxes of these oranges will have
been delivered.
Colorful Yuletide pageantry, Including the ceremony of bringing in
the boar's head and Yule log will
be observed at the Empress Hotel,
Victoria, Christmas Day and carol
singers, a chef in Elizabethan costume attended by page boys and a
court Jester in cap and bells will
accompany them through rotunda
and dining room to the place of
honor where the Lieutenant-Governor R. Randolph Bruce who Is
sponsoring the celebrations, will be
Last week 970 letters came in
one day to the radio office of the
Canadian Pacific Railway from
Melody Mike fans. They came from
cities, towns and villages all over
Canada and included many from
the United States. It is an all-
Canadian radio feature declared by
radio station people to be, with one
exception, the most popular feature
on the air today.
The Emperor of Japan is among
the recent new customers for British Columbia pure-bred poultry. A
consignment of selected birds which
sold for $4590. from some of the
best poultry farms in British Columbia, was recently shipped to the
Imperial farms. Each of the hens
in the consignment has a record of
300 eggs or better per year.
Exports of canned salmon from
British Columbia to the United
Kingdom for the 10 months of this
year amounted to 86,978 cwt.,
valued at $1,847,056, as compared
with 67,151 cwt., valued at $1,435,
815, for the first 10 months of 1929.
tT- AN ADI AN National offers
^-"' many luxuries and comforts which add pleasure to
your trip South by Steamer
or East by Train.
S.S. "Prince Rupert" or S.S.
"Prince George" leave Anyox
for Prince Rupert and Vancouver via Stewart, Thursday a.m.
Regular services to North
and South Queen Charlotte
Islands. Particulars of sailings, rates, etc., on requeBt.
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East every
Mqnday, Wednesday and
Saturday at 11.30 a.m.
District Passenger Agent
Prince Rupert
For Information call or write Local
Agent, or write R. F. McNaughton.
General  Passenger Agent, Prince
Rupert, B. C.
British Badminton Team
Here are the British Badminton experts who are
touring Canada from eoaat to eoaat to measure
their prowess against the best Canada can offer. They
arrived recently on Canadian Pacific liner Duchess
of Atholl and play in Ottawa, Moose Jaw, Winnipeg,
Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria, Edmonton, Toronto,
Kingston, Montreal and will Bail from Saint John on
the return trip about the middle of December. They
are travelling across the Dominion by Canadian Pacific.
From left to right they are: D. C. Hume, R. C. F.
NicholB, Major E. A. Wiggs, president Quebec Badminton Association, J. F. Devlin, Sir George Thomas,
R. M. White, R. L. Condy, editor Canadian Lawn
Tennis and Badminton Magazine, and H. S. liber.
Suitable (lifts pr She
Christmas Season
We have a Large Stock of Goods suitable as Gifts for
your friends.    Including:
Ladies' Silk and Wool Sweaters, Chinese Hand Embroidered Slippers, Silk Dresses, Winter Coats, Silk Hose,
Men's Silk Shirts and Ties, Watches and Chains, Clocks,
Handbag's, Suitcases, Jewelry, Handkerchiefs, Table
Cloths, Embroidered Table Covers, Pipes, Tobacco, and
a host of articles that will  make suitable and useful gifts.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
Special Winter Excursion Fares
From Anyox (Including Meals and Berth.)
Tickets on Sale on S. S. Catala.    From November 15th. 1930,
to February 28. 1931, with final return limit March 31. 1931
S. S. Catala leaves Anyox for Prince Rupert and Vancouver every Monday at 10.15 a.m.
Further information regarding all sailings from all pursers
or Union Pier, Vancouver.  Phone Trin. 1321
May your Christmas be merry is
our sincere wish to everyone
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
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.
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
To keep these going we need your membership and your patronage
J ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday,  December 20,  1930
Granby Stores Open Late
Next Week
The Granby Stores will be open
on .Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next week until 8 p.m. On
Thursday and Friday the store
will be closed. It would be appreciated by the staff if everyone
would cu operate and shop as early
as possible next week, so that a
congestion will not occur during
the last day.
Elks Will Hold New Year's
Frolic and Dance
The Elks' New Year's Eve
Frolic and Dance promises to be a
hum-dinger this year. A wonderful decoration scheme has been
figured out for this annual affair
which will take place in the Gymnasium. Harry Ward's popular
orchestra has been engaged for this
occasion Everybody will have a
great time.
Boy Scouts Will Carry Your
Christmas Parcels
The Boy Scouts will again assist
the Post Office and at the same
time fulfill their "Good Deed" principle to the community by delivering parcels during Christmas.
Anyone not wishing their paresis
delivered in this manner, will
notifiy the Postmaster before
December 22nd next.
Fined For Keeping Disorderly
At the Anyox Court House on
Tuesday, Nora Todd, Dorothy
Cameron, Jean Cross and Billy
Martin were each finod $50 aifd
costs or 30 days, on a charge of
keeping disorderly houses. The
following occupants of the houses
were each fined $25 and costs or 15
days: Gertrude Murray, Babe
Osfield, Janet Grant, and Lena
Tymchuck. The fines were paid
in each case.
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
Anyox Community
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, m Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
Advertise in the Herald
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I      ANYOX NOTES      !
1). McBride, formerly of the
Assay Oflice staff, left on Wednesday for Vancouver.
J. C. .Martin left on Wednesday
For a vacation in the south.
S. Cololough left on Wednesday
to spend Christinas holidays in the
J. Barclay left on Wednesday
Cor Vancouver, where he wil
spend three week's vacation.
D. Harvey and Mr. Collis of the
school teaching staff, left on Wed
nesday for the south,   where theyJI
will spend Christmas holidays.
Win., Duke was a south bound
passenger on Wednesday.
W. D. Brown and Mr. Hallolifi
were southbound passengers on
Mrs. E. Adams arrived in town
on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. S. Sims and Miss Donaldson arrived on Wednesday from
the south.
R. W. Marston and W. F. Phillips arrived on Wednesday from
Charlie H. King left on Monday's
boat for a trip to Stewart.
Mrs. A. Marshall and two sons
arrived in town on Monday from
B. P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, efc.
on application Io club manager
Miss David arrived from the
south on Wednesday.
J. McLean and S. V. Compton
arrived in town on Wednesday.
George Ronning left on Wednesday for Prince Rupert.
Mrs. A. McLean and two children
left on Wednesday for Vancouver
Miss H. McDonald left for Vancouver on Wednesday's boat.
A. Dwyer left on Wednesday and
will reside with his parents near
Miss Dorothy Powell arrived  on
Wednesday to   spend   a   vacation
with   her parents,   Mr.  and  Mrs.
Piercy Powell.      Miss Powell will
stay over Christmas and return  to
Vancouver during- January.
Mr.   N.    McQuarrie    travelled
south on  Monday  to attend  the
funeral of his son Leish,  who died
recently in Vancouver.
Mrs. R. H. Cripps left for the
south on Monday to join Mr.
Cripps who recently left Anyox.
Harry Moorhouse left for Van
couver on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilkins left
on Monday for Vancouver en route
to Australia.
Mr. M. E.   Merrill, who had  a
narrow   escape   in   the   Bonanza
disaster travelled south on Monday
to join his family in Glendale, Cali
E. J. Forbes travelled to Prince
Rupert on Monday.
T, Young was a passenger to
Arrandale on Monday.
J. Campbell and W. K. Campbell arrived from Vancouver on
Chas. R. Cox and E. Fulton
arrived from Rupert on Monday's
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Christmas 1930
jrHay ifapptttfss le $mtrs
Christmas    comes again and re-awakens an  appreciation of
pleasant  associations.
We are impressed with a strong feeling of indebtedness to you and
all whom we have been permitted to serve during the year.  With
this in mind we are desirous of expressing our gratitude and extending to you and yours our best wishes.
That the approaching Festive Season will provide for you much
Christmas Joy and Happiness is the sincere wish of


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