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VOL. 10,   NO.   38
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, March 14, 1931
5 cents each.
Large Number Attend
Oddfellow's Party
And Dance
On Friday evening, March 6th.,
the Oddfellows and llebekahs joined forces to hold the most success
fill and enjoyable whist drive and
dance of the season. If anything,
the hall was slightly over orowded,
but in spite of that everyone pre'
sent enjoyed themselves.
At cards, Mrs. Patriok was successful in winning the Ladies'
first prize, and Mrs. Hopkinson
took the Ladies' consolation.
For the gentlemen, Mr. Charlie
Struthers put over a fast one on
the boys and walked off with the
first prize. It was quite a reversal
of form for Charlie, who has recently seemed to have a deplorable
weakness for Consolation prizes.
Mr. Mike Cranley ably filled the
boots of winner of the Gents' Con
solation so recently cast aside by
Charlie Struthers.
There were so many present that
it was necessary to have two sittings for the very enjoyable refreshments served by the Rebekahs.
The New Victor Orohestra sup
plied the music for the dancing,
and it was quite apparent that
they had assimilated a good
amount of the friendly feelings in
evidence on all sides, for if that is
possible they surpassed themselves
as dispensers of good musio.
In every way the evening was
most enjoyable, and the committees
in charge pf the various arrangements deserve a lot of credit for the
efficient manner in which the affair
was carried through.
League Councillors Are
Appointed To Depts.
The members of the newly elect
ed Council of the Community Lea
gue have been elected as heads of
the various departments.
Following are their several positions:
T. W. Cavers, Forum.
R. J A. Manning President.
if, Dresser, First Vice-President
and Home and Servioe.
D. MaoDougall, Second Vice
President and Membership.
R. H. Kirby, Horfse.
R. Gale, Sports.
Don Cleal, Arts and Crafts.
Ed. Johnson, Entertainment.
The anniversary of St. Patrick's
birthday will be celebrated on
Monday, Maroh 16th. by a dance
to be held at the Gymnasium,
under the auspices of the Catholic
Anyox Basketballers To
Play Gaines at Premier
The Anyox basketball team will
leave today for Premier, where
they will play two games. The
leaders of the Senior A league—
the victorious Celts—secured the
right to make the trip by winning
the playoff series. The Celts are a
youthful bunch of players and their
success this season has been due to
the right team spirit existing
among them and to their enthusi
asm. We wish them every suocess
in their trip to the Premier.
The Anyox team will return on
Monday in company with the Premier team. Two return games
have been arranged for Tuesday
and Wednesday night during next
The trip to Stewart has been
made possible by the efforts of the
Community League and by the
courtesy of the Granby Co. in pro
viding the transportation facilities.
The latter placing the launch
"Granby" at the disposal of the
plajers. ...—j
The return games should be well
supported by Ar.yox fans, as they
will undoubtedly be well worth
watching, and everyone should
take in at least one game if uot
First Aid Classes Will
Commence Monday
Commencing bn Monday, March
16, a second series of First Aid lectures will be given in the Recreation
Hall at the Beach. Demonstrations
in the use of splints and the application of bandages, together with
'other useful information will be
included in the instruction, and all
men interested are invited to take
advantage of this chance. The lectures will be continued twice a
week for about a month, and for
the accommodation of those on the
four-to-twelve shifts instruction wi
be given from one o'clock until two
in the afternoons.
The lectures will commence at
7 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays.
Will Hold Sale of Home
The Beaoh United Churcl
Ladies' Aid will hold a sale of
home necessities on Tuesday,
Maroh 24th at 2.30 p.m. in the
United Church Hall.
Everyday Utilities Bazaar.
Goods on sale for everyday use.
Home cooking, afternoon tea.
Operations Toric Mine
Waiting For Silver
Price Raise
The annual report of the Howe
Sound Mining Co. for the year
1930 has recently been published?
This oompany controls the Britannia Mining Co., also silver mines
in Mexico, a copper property in
Washington, and were also in control of development operations at
the Toric mine,-Alice Arm.
Iu commenting on operations at
the Torio mine, the report says:
"During the year the Britannia
Mining & Smelting Co. formed a
new subsidiary known as the Torbrit Mines, Ltd- The property of
the newly formed company formerly belonged to the Toric Mining
Co., but has been under option to
Britannia whioh has carried out
extensive exploration work, and
exercised its option late in  1930.
As part consideration for the
company's property, 25 per cent
interest in Torbrit Mines was given
the Toric Co., while the balance, or
75 per cent is 'owned by the Britannia Mining & Smelting Co. This
is-a silver property equipped with
a 100-ton mill, but production is
suspended pending improvement in
silver prices.
Winners of Badminton Club
Thirty-eight players took part in
the mixed doubles badminton
held at the Gymnasium on Wednesday evening. Gamos were
played on two courts. The winners
of the evening were Miss Frances
Dresser and (/apt. Johnson
.Following-are the scores: Court
onej Miss Dresser and Capt. Johnson 96; runners up. Mrs. C. 0.
Fricker and T. Cloke. Court two,
A. A. Todd and W. Gibb 88, (a
perfect score); J. Fobs and D.
Cleal 87. One game le'-s was
played on court two than on court
Government Defeated On
Oriental Immigration
At the meeting of the Anyox
Mock Parliament held Thursday,
Maroh 5th the government was
defeated by the opposition on the
Oriental Immigration Bill, which
was thrown out.
The opposition will assume office
and at the next meeting will introduce a hill, amending the Franchise
Results of Basketball
Playoff Series
March 5th. Steele 13, MacDonald 13, Calderoni 4, I. Davis 4, M.
Patrick 1.—Total 35. Micos: F.
Anderson 8, Dwyer 6, J. O'Neill 2,
Lazoeck 3, H. Deeth 1.—Total 20.
March 7th., Celts: MacDonald
10, Calderoni 7, Steele 6, I. Davis
1. Patriok 2—Total 26. Sheiks:
C. Dresser 5, Gillies 2, Mikeli 2,
Barclay 4, F. Sanderson 3.—Total
During the interval of the latter
game an exhibition of badminton
was given by two of the leading
players of the local club. T. Cloke
and Rex Towgood giving an excel
lent display. The game was won
by T. Cloke by the scoi* of 15 to
March 9th., Micos: F. Anderson 6, L. Dodd 2. A. Dwyer 8, J.
O'Neill 2, G. Anderson 4. J Lazoreek 10—Total 32 Sheiks: C. Dresser 14, L. Gillies 5, Mikeli 1—Total
This last game of the series was
keenly contested, but began to get
rough towards the end, resulting
in marching orders for two of the
Micos' team.
On March 9th. the High School
Girls basketball team beat the
Pats by one point. The score
being: High School 12, Pats 11.
Badminton Players Leaving
For Premier
The Anyox Badminton Club will
leave on Saturday by the launch
''Granby" to take part in a triangle
contest with Stewart and Premier
during the weekend, returning
next Monday. The looal team
selected being S. H. Bartmann,
Rex. Towgood, H. Spencer aud T.
Cloke.   ,
An augmented Choir will sing
J. H. Maunder's 'Olivet to Calvary" ou Thursday evening, ^pril
2nd, in the Elks' Hall. This [is a
very beautiful cantata and will be
worth hearing.
Dora Greig, former Anyox High
School girl, and daughter of Jack
Greig, is playing consistently well
at basketball for King George gymnasium. Dora had a big hand in
her team's victory over Britannia
by scoring ten points.
P. Morley arrived at Alice Arm
from Anyox on Tuesday, and will
spend some time here.
Steamer Prince Rupert
Sinks in Esquimalt
The steamship Prince Rupert of
the Canadian National Steamships,
sunk without warning alongside
Yarrow's Ltd. wharf at Esquimalt
on Friday last at midnight. It is
thought that the cause of the accident was due to port holes being
left open during painting operations. Salt water and oil have
ruined all the interior decorations
and furniture, whioh will have to
be replaced. The vessel is being
pumped out preparatory to raising
her. It will be six or eight weeks
before she will be in condition to
take up her regular northern run.
•Several members of the crew
had narrow escapes from drowning
when the vessel took a sudden
lurch before settling to the bottom
of the harbor. Eight members of
the steward's crew were sleeping
in their quarters at the time of the
I. 0. D. E Vote Sums
Of Money
The Collison of Kincolith Chapter I. O. D. E. held its regular
monthly meeting in the Legion
Club room on Maroh 3rd. Regent
Mrs. C. O. Fricker, presided. Many
expressions of appreciation wei«
tendered the various committees to
whose untiring efforts, the success
of the recent "Sunrise Cabaret"
was attributed.
Sums of money were voted to
Child Welfare work, Navy magazine in aid of sailors, to a memorial
fund for the dependents of the
Royal North West Mounted
Hostesses for the meeting were
Mesdames J, Smith, McKay,
Peters and McRae. The meeting
was adjourned until Monday even
ing, April 6th.
Ladies' Golf Club Elect
Subscribe to the Herald
The annual meeting of the ladies
of the Anyox Golf Association was
held on March 4th, during which
the following officers were elected;
Hon. Pres. Mrs. Chas. Bocking;
Hon. Vice-Pres. Mrs. W.R.Lindsay;
President, Mrs. G. M. Lee; Vice-
President, Mrs. F. S. MoNicholas-
Captain, Mrs. D. Deane; Secretary;
Mrs- C. O. Fricker. Mesdames J.
L. Stewart, L. a. Wenerstrom and
W. Simpson were eleoted members
lot' the executive committee., ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, March 14, 1931
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $8.00
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Bates on Application.
R. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
The proposal of the Provincial
Government to levy a tax of 1 per
cent on al! incomes of $12.00 a
week and over in addition to the
present taxation system is a bold
move. No camouflage was used.
The public were told the financial
difficulties of the government in
straightforward language, and in an
equally straightforward manner they
were told the remedy. The sud-
denessof the announcement and
the far reaching effects of the new
taxation system came as unpleasant
surprise to the large majority of
people. Increased taxation is
always a bitter pill to swallow, and
which is aggravated in times of
depression such as we are expert
encing. In facing the issue fairly
and squarely the government has
made a wise decision. Falling
revenues necessitated increased
taxation. The alternative is the
increasing of the provincial debt,
which is already far too much.
No person, whether man or
woman, begrudges a fair taxation
on their income, providing they
are able to provide themselves with
the necessities of life and are able
to save up a few dollars to tide
them over hard time periods, due
chiefly to unemployment and sickness. The only fault, as we see
it, with the new income tax levy is
that the standard of income has
been set too low. To take 12
cents a week from those earning
$12.00 is not very much, it only
amounts to $6.24 per year, but
even that small amount often seems
a lot of money to those who are
living a hand-to-mouth existence,
There is no doubt but that the
government gave every angle of
'the situation careful attention. The
system of graduated taxation exist
ing in previous years, whereby
those in receipt of large incomes
pay a higher percentage in taxes
than those of moderate means will
still continue. The new I per
cent tax is aimed to include everyone in receipt of an income, with
out working undue hardship on
them. The slight raising, however,
of the amount of income due to
taxation would not seriously cause
any financial embarrassment and
would undoubtedly free the government from a lot of criticism.
No government in the world since
the Pharoahs ruled in Egypt have
devised a system of taxation that
was universally accepted by the
people as just. If the rich man i
taxed too high it drains the country
of wealth and retards progress,
causing   unemployment.     If   the
Islands Will Have New
Ferry Service
Victoria, March 2, Tenders have
been called by the Department of
Public Works for the construction
of a ferry to operate between Gabri-
ola and Vancouver Islands. Connection will be made between North
Gabriola and Nanaimo. Tenders
are to be in by March 10th and
construction will start right away
so that the ferry may be in operation this summer. This will be
the second ferry established between Vancouver Island and the
Gulf Islands within the past year,
one between Sidney and Salt Spring
having opened last summer. The
new ferry will be operated by steam
or gasoline and will accommodate
from four to five motor cars.
Children's Teeth  Will
Be Examined
To tell the story of preventive
dentistry to every man, woman,
and child in the province is the aim
of the Canadian Dental Hygiene
Council, working in co-operation
with the Provincial Board of Health.
Every dentist will be asked to give
at least two days of his time to
make a mouth examination of all
the pupils in every school. This
campaign is now under way and
those in charge hope to carry a free
travelling dental clinic into the
remote regions of the province,
more especially for the benefit of
poor children under twelve years of
age. Each child will be given a
mouth chart. Dates of meetings
in each centre will be duly an-
Premier R. B. Bennett, and Min
ister of Finance, has stated that the
$25,000,000 loan, falling due on
April 1st, next, bearing 5% will be
paid off out of funds raised last
autumn from a 4^% loan.
poor man is unjustly taxed it creates a hardship on many, causing
hunger and suffering. The new
tax is not severe enough on the
poor to cause much suffering, nor
is it too high to retard industrial
progress. Everyone is called upon
to pay their share and like the
government, we may as well face
the issue squarely and thank ourselves that we are able to pay.
Here and There
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5H" from Hon Kells. B.C., laid Ml
Ciiirs Id Hfi1 days, qualifying her »s
Ohnni'ilun ee-u layer , The er;"
weighed 52 pounds, Just ten Haiti
ber own weight.
tn the past fiscal yrnr In Nova
Seotla there were 131 companies
Incnri mined with total capitalization of $f> H67 000, an Increase of
13 new companies over the previous year.
Ut. Hon. R. B. Bennett, Prime
Minister of Canada, and a graduate, of Dalhousie University of
1893, was recently presented with
a leather-bound script conveying
recognition and regard ot nineteen
classmates of the same yea--.
Theodore H. Klpp, chairman of
the Industrial Development Board
of Manitoba, reports that since
the Inception of the Board, Manitoba's industrial payroll has been
increased from $18,000,000 to $35,-
Miss Margaret Stevenson, of Edmonton, has succeeded to the
crown of the next Banff Winter
Carnival, following Miss Doris
Parkes. of Vancouver, last year's
Queen. The election' was the closing feature ot a very successful
W. E. Brlssenden, of Montreal,
has been appointed Development
Engineer, Department of Development. Canadian Pacific Railway.
He succeeds G. M. Hutt who was
recently promoted to Assistant
Director of Development, with
headquarters in Winnipeg.
The 42.500-ton Empress of Britain which is scheduled to sail on
her maiden voyage to Quebec, May
29, is the largest vessel built in
Great Britain since pre-war days
and the largest ship plying between British Empire ports. She
will also be the largest vessel ever
to make a world cruise.
Total Increase in railway taxes
during the 38 years from 1890 to
1928 in the United States was from
31 million to 421 million dollars,
says Dr. Parmalee, Director, Bureau of Railway Economics. This,
he asserts, has had an unfavorable
effect both on industries and individuals.
The annual University of Montreal tour across Canada which has
been a feature of the educational
life of 4|ie University for the.last
six years, will be extended to include Alaska and the Yukon Territories for the season of 1931, according to Canadian Pacific Railway announcement receutly.
Shipped by Canadian Pacific
across Canada, 27 head of purebred Jersey cattle, four pigs lour
mountain goats and sheep were
swung aboard the freighter Wal-
hemo for New Zealand recently.
Captain Flynn, skipper of this new
Noah's Ark, wasn't worrying. He
said he had handled tigers as well
as seamen and stokers ln his time.
J. H. Evans, Deputy Minister of
Agriculture for Manitoba, states
that, "in no branch of farm production in Manitoba has the price
been so well maintained or the volume of business Increased so much
as in honey Manitoba produced
well over one-third of the total
honey crop in Canada, the quality
of which was unexcelled; and at
the present rate of Increase Manitoba will be the largest producer 'n
the Dominion next year."     . 703
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
Men's Work Shoes
We have a large stock of Men's Work Shoes with  Panco and
Leather Soles, from $5.00 to $6.00
Also Mining Boots, made from No.  1  Solid  Leather,   Heavy
Counter, Hob Nails in Sole, lOin. top, $11.50.
Same as above, but 8in. top, $10.00-     With 6in.  top,  $7.25.
Columbia 9in. top High Grade Working Boots $10.50
Sisman's celebrated Waterproof Boot, 9in.  top,  price $9.00
LEW LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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
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
Alice Arm
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
We will gladly  write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
ADVERTISE   IN   THE   HERALD ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, March  14, 1931
Another B.C. Mine Pays
Another British Columbia gold
mine has graduated into the dividend-paying class. This is the
Pioneer, comprising seventeen
claims of about 650 acres in the
Cawallader Creek area in the
Bridge River district.
Directors of the Pioneer Gold
Mines of British Columbia made
the declaration. The amount was
3 cents a share for the quarter
ending March 31, which is equivalent to 12 per cent per annum. The
dividend is payable April 1 to shareholders of record March 16. Announcement to this effect was made
by Alfred E. Bull, vice-president,
who is also secretary-treasurer.
Suggests That Prospectors
Share Profits
Co-operative mining in Canada's
far north was suggested last week
at Ottawa before the convention ot
the Canadian Institute of Mining
and Metallurgy as one means of
developing the resources of the
country more fully and quickly.
J. Lome MacDougall, of Ottawa
suggested that changes be made in
the mining regulations in the northwest territories whereby one thousand prospectors would work one
hundred square miles in a season
and all share in the discoveries..
It was claimed that present prospecting in the north was not intensive.
Howe Sound Co. Makes
Production Record
Although the volume of production of Howe Sound Company in
1930 established a new record in all
metals except gold, there was a
a substantial decline in value owing
to the low base metal prices.
Copper output amounted to 45,266,-
927 lbs. compared with 43,032,641
in 1929. Lead production showed
a more marked increase from 75,-
276,511 lbs. in 1929 to 90,430,797
lbs, in 1930. Zinc output was
59,120,464 lbs. compared with 53,-
455,920 the previous year and
silver showed a gain from 2,973,016
to 3,606,977 ounces. Gold showed
a falling off from 14,252 ounces to
12,770 ounces.
The total value of the 1930 output was $13,210,459 compared.with
$16,346,101 in 1929. Net profits
were $2,030,292 after'depreciation,
equivalent to $4.09 per share compared with $3,662,475 or $7.38 per
share the previous year.
Building Permits Show An
Increase in Vancouver
Vancouver—During the month
of January 489 building permits
authorizing construction valued at
$1,899,235 were issued in the
metropolitan area of Vancouver,
compared with 326 permits representing an outlay of $1,113,574 in
the same month last year. Residential construction this year shows
a marked gain.
Consolidated Co. To Pay For
Smoke Damage
An award of $350,000 to the
United States against Canada for
damage in the state of Washington
caused by fumes from the smelter
at Trail of the Consolidated Mining
& Smelter Co. has been recommended by an international joint
commission in a unaminous report
which was made public recently.
Advertise in the Herald
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
] Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc. I
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Paperi
Post Office Building, Alice Ann
The Herald Job Printing Department is
equipped to handle any class of work
:   ;   ;  Promptly and Efficiently ;   :   :
Office Forms
Business Cards
Admission Tickets
Visiting Cards
Invitation Cards
and Announcements
Are among the many forms of Printing
handled by the Herald Office
During the past ten years the Herald
Printing  has won an enviable  record
Tke Sale Milk
0mis    For Family Use
;  of'.
Business Lots from $200 to
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
PURE cow's milk,
concentrated to
double richness . . .
sterilized to make it
absolutely safe—then
packed in airtight
containers to keep it
NESTLfe'S-ITorW'i largest
and Evaporated Milk.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horsei
Slab Wood Cnt any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Advertise in the Herald
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Analytical tests prove
the purity of the beers listed below. These tests also
take into consideration taste, flavor, aroma, brilliancy
and general attractive appearance. The alcohol and
extract content as found by analysis indicate the
amount of food value as exemplified by the foam-
holding capacity of the beers. ,
The modern methods employed ln brewing these British Columbia
beers include such safe-guards to the drinking public as the sterilization of the air before it comes into contact with the brew ... the
purification of all water used: also a series of analytical tests taken
at frequent intervals during the brewing process to make certain
I the finished product will pass every test for puritv and required
food value.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, March  14,  1931
Billiard League Results
Two of the Billiard League
teams, Boiler Shop and Orphans,
commenced a series of three playoff games on Wednesday night, to
decide tlie championship of the
league. The Boiler Shop won the
first half of the league, while the
Orphans headed the, second half,
The games arc 200 up.
Following is the result of Wednesday evening's game:
Orphans Points
J. Ion  200
J. Donaldson 114
T. Pinckney 163
Boiler Shop Points
S. Peel  163
R. Adcock  200
A. Wright ....200
A third game between M. Chenoski and M. Carey to be played.
Night School Classes   Will
Exhibit Work
Students of the Night School
Classes will hold their annual display of work and social evening on
Monday, March 30th. in the Gymnasium.
Billiard League games played recently resulted as follows: on
March 2nd. Orphans beat the
Mine 578 to 442. On March 7th.
the Boiler Shop won from the
Elks by the score of 450 to 299.
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|      ANYOX NOTES      !
Mrs. C. P. Ashmore and son left
on Wednesday on a'visit south.
J. Wynne arrived home on Monday from a visit south.
N. McQuarrie. who was called
south some time ago on account of
the death of his son Leiah, returned on Monday.
G, A. Simmons and E. Yards
arrived from Vancouver on Mon
Rev. F. Bushfield arrived home
on Monday from a visit to Prince
T. J. Shenton, mining inspector,
arrived from Prince Rupert on
Arrivals front Prinoe Rupert on
Monday, included: A. Bopp, F,
Howe, D. O. Morgan, R. Blanch,
P. Chillak, P. McBeth.
Miss Dorothy Powell left on
Wednesday for Vancouver, after
spending an extended holiday with
her parents', Mr. and Mrs. P.
Sam Jabonr, representing the
Sun Life Assurance Co. left on
Wednesday for Prince Rupert.
Sam Colclough left ou Wednesday's boat for Vancouver.
W. C. Grover, representing the
Family Beneficiary Society, left on
Wednesday for Stewart.
Washington Irvine was a southbound passenger on Wednesday.
Miss Lindqtiist arrived in town
on Wednesday from Vancouver.
Mrs. Lazzeretti arrived on Wednesday from Vancouver.
R. G. Holmes, L. J. Cobb and
G. Gulick arrived from the south
on Wednesday.
J. A. Anderson of the Public
Works Department, spent the
week end at Alice Arm on business, returning to Anyox on Monday.
Typewriting of all kinds promptly
and efficiently executed at very
moderate prices. Miss !{• Dunwoodie, Straw Boss Alley, Anyox,
B. C. •
H   M.   SELFE
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
It's Here
The New 11-Tube Philco
How about your old set?
Enquire as to trade-in
For full information, see
write or phone
Anyox, B. C.
P. O. Box 23 Phone 257
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and (ourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
(Form F.)
Ckhtivicate of Improvements
"Bunker Hill No. 1," "Bunker Hill
Fraction," "Conger" and "Rocket"
Mineral Claims, situate in the Naas
River Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located:—On Granite Creek,
about 7 miles frqm Alice Arm.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. B. Bower, F. M. O. 02146-C, agent for Josenh
B. Trethewey F. M. O. 35277-D, William Gray F. M. C. 35278-D, and Robert W. Harris F. M. O. No. 35279-D,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims.
4nd further take notice thataction,
under section 85, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 29th. day of October,
A. D. 1930.
W. B. BOWER. Agent.
many luxuries and comforts which add pleasure to
your trip South by Steamer
or East by Train.
S.S. "Prince George" or S.S.
"Prince Rupert" leave Anyox
for Prince Rupert and Vancouver via Stewart, Wednei-
daj at midnight.
■tegular services to North
and South Queen Charlotte
Islands. Particulars of sailings, rates, etc., on request.
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East every
Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday at 11.30 a.m.
r. f. MoNaughton
District Pansenger Afent
Prince Rupert
For Information call or write Local
Agent, or write R. F. MoNaughton,
General  Passenger Agent, Prince
Rupert, B. C.
British Columbia
Department of Mines
You are invited to apply to the Department of Mines,   Victoria, B.C.,
for the latest authoritative information
regarding   mining   development   m
British Columbia.
Annual Reports, Bulletins and Maps are
available free of charge, upon application to
For Results, Advertise in the
| Shoe Department
    WORK BOOTS   	
Look for a boot with a "Blu Tip" on the toe and you will know that it is one
ofLeckie's "Blue Tip" Work Boots
They are solid throughout and made to wear.   Chrome uppers and select
retan soles, make these shoes outstanding in quality.    With either toe cap
or plain toe.   Price $6.50.t<r$8.00.
We have just received a shipment of small boys play
suits and also little dress suits in wash materials.
Play suit, plain blue with applique designs, just the thing to slip on iu a hurry, sizes
two to six, suitable for boys or,girls, price $1.25.
Little Goosey Gander suits, two tone, light top with darker shade pants,  in colors of
blue, brown and green, sizes two to six years, price $2.00.
Khaki play suits, trimmed in red, extra good value, sizes two to six years, price $1.35,
Men's pure wool ooat sweaters, in V neck style, made by "Pride of the West" Mills. A
good medium weight sweatsr made with two pookets, in rib knit and are to be had in
various two tone effeots, iu shades of grey, light blue, fawn and brown, assorted sizes,
Price $5.50.
Four String Brooms  35c. Floor Mops,    65c. and 75c.
O'Cedar Mops $2.00 Five String Brooms ».$1.00
Scrub Brushes, from 25c. Hair Brooms $1.50
COLGATES  GOLEO  SOAP, 10c. Per Cake,  3 for 25c.
Soft as rainwater for your skin.


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