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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
S2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
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VOL. 13,   NO. 37
Alice Arm, B. O, Satubday. Maech 17. 1934
5 cents each.
Councillors Elected At
Beach and Mine
For A. C. L.
Spirited voting took place at
both the Mine and the Beaoh for
the election of councillors for the
Anyox Community League. Keen
interest was taken in the elections
and a large number of members
recorded their votes at either
branoh. The following were elected at the Mine: J. D. Ferguson, T.
M. Waterland, Walter Forshaw,
Bob Brown, and Wm. Gourlay.
At the election on the 9th, the latter tied with T. H. Bamforth for
fifth place, and another vote was
taken oil Wednesday the Hth. at
which Mr. Gourlay was elected.
The election at the Beaoh on
Monday the 12th. put the following
in as councillors: J. Donaldson.
Ed. Johnson, A. H. Stewart, J.
Buntain, A. H. Kirby, T. N.
Youngs, R. J. A. Manning, F.
Dresser. A total of 247 ballots
were cast at the Beach, and o.f
these 172 contained votes for eight'
names, 12 for seven names. 16 for
six names,-17 for five names. 13
for four names, 7 for three names.
4 for two names and 4 for one name.
Only two ballots were spoiled.
2 Play-off Hoop Games
Decided Friday
Two play-off games in the Basketball Cup B series were decided
on Friday the 9th. in the Gymnasium, before a sparse attendance.
Vandals accounted for the Mechanics in somewhat easy fashion, while
the Pirates overcame the Warriors
after a stiff struggle.
Although they put up a valiant
fight, Mechanics could do little
against the speedy and aggressive
Vandals, who topped them with a
35 to 12 score. Southey and McMillan were main scorers for Vandals, while Patrick, playing a flashy
game, starred for the Meohanics.
The teams: Mechanics': Patriok 6,
Johnston 2, Hamilton 1, Flye, Yelland 2. O'Neill 1. Vandals: Southey 12, MoMillan 9, Heinkey 4,
Gourlay 2, Windle 4, Graham,
Bhead 4.
Warriors made a determined at-
taok on their old enemies the Pirates and started well, making
four points before the marauders
had found their "sea" legs, but as
the battle proceeded it was evident
that the Pirates had the edge.
Warriors were unfortunately without spares. Scott, who starred for
the winners with 14 points, performed the feat of converting 100
per oent of the six penalty shots
awarded him. The teams: Warriors: Dan McDonald 5; Dominato 4;
Pinokney 6; Dan O'Neill 4; total 19
Pirates: Ferguson 4; Soott 14; K.
Falooner 2; Donald MoDonald 6; J.
Dodsworth 4; Deeth 2; Total 32.
W. J. Asselstine Delivers
Maiden Speech In
Legislature
W. J. Asselstine, M. L. A. delivered his maiden speech in the Legislature on March 8th. From reports received it was a good one,
and was one of the outstanding
maiden speeches of the session,
both from a constructive nature and
also witty stories relative to his
election campaign.
In his address Mr. Asselstine
stated that he was in favor of prospectors coming under the Workmen's Compensation Board. He
spoke in favor of the establishment
by the government of low cost concentrating mills in some of the
smaller gold camps, which would
relieve small operators of the cost
of shipping ore long distances to
smelters.
He gave the members ofthe Legislative an insight into the marvellous strides made in treating low
grade ores during the past twenty
years, and urged closer exploration
of our mineralized areas through
the co-operation of the Federal and
Provincial governments.
W.; J. or "Bill" Asselstine, as he
is popularly known in the north,
gave the Legislature a humorous
account of several incidents that
happened to him during his election
campaign, and anyone who has
heard Bill in this vein can easily
imagine the merriment he caused.
Miss Lowe Was High Scorer
In Ladies' Games
How high is Lowe? In the first
game at Rupert this dynamic
player of the Rupert team notched
12 points, and in the second game,
despite close checking, she made 9.
Following are the teams and scores;
1st. game; Prince Rupert: L. Lowe
12, S. Boddie 4, B. Smith, T. Blain,
E. Steen, C. Irvine, P. Stone 4. (20)
Anyox: K. Eve 2, N. Salmon, L.
Dresser, J. Pinckney 2, J. Phillip,
P. Loudon, T. Gordon 3, M. Dresser. 2. (9) 2nd. game; Prince Rupert:,1 L. Lowe 9. S. Boddie 1, E.
Smith 4, T. Blain 1, E. Steen, C.
Irvine 4, P. Stone 2. (21) Anyox:
K. Eve 1. N. Salmon, L. Dresser 1,
J. Piiickney, J. Phillip. P. Loudon,
3, T. Gordon, M. Dresser 2. (7)
Alice Arm Notes
Ted Kergin, who has been on
the sick list for some time, arrived
home'from Anyox on Saturday and
left again on Wednesday.
Kr.' Korsvik who has spent the
past week here left for Vancouver
on Monday.
Constable Geo. Blaney arrived
from Anyox on Thursday on departmental duties-
Notes Of Anyox Cubs,
Scouts and Rovers
The Wolf Cubs are now the
strongest unit of the Anyox Scout
Group, financially and numerically.
The boys are making great strides
in badge and pack work and many
are first star cubs. Under the
leadership of Mr. T. H. Bamforth,
the pack is gaining recognition as
a live and energetic body.
The Scouts are also active.
They have petitioned the Rovers
for help with their more difficult
proficiency badges, being very keen
on this phase of scouting.
The boys showed their enthusiasm and hardiness in a hike over
to Isaac's Creek land vicinity recently. Pat Ga|e, albeit young
and inexperienced, won his spurs
as an exuberant devotee to the
great outdoors.
The Rovers are also in the swim
with a newly decorated and fur-
uished hall in the Gym. The cooperation of the ! Loyal Order of
Moose in this respeot is appreciated.
This organization will be known
in future as the First Rover Sea
Scouts of Anyox, it having been
decided at a recent meeting that
owing to the local rugged topography, activities could best be carried
on under rules provided for sea
scouts.
Officers installed or reinstated
are: R Leader, It. 0. Cutler; Ast.
R. Leader, J. Taylor.
Port Watch—Chief Rover Mate,
Clarence Dresser. Gillwell Patrol:
R. Mate, J. Davies; 2nd. R. Mate,
F Gordon. Shackleton Patrol:
R. Mate, B. Loudon; 2nd. R. Mate,
W. Pinokney.
Starboard Watoh—Chief Rover
Mate, Arthur Teabo. Robert Service Patrol: R. Mate, T. Kergin;
2nd. R. Mate, Ii. McCarthy. Bejel Patrol: R. Mate, L. Kirby;
2nd. R. Mate, M. Flye.
Rover Scribe, J. Pinckney.
The programme for the summer
includes placing buoys at dangerous rocks for the benefit of gas-
boat navigators. The strains of
"Anohors' Aweigh" may be heard
emanating from the Rover den any
meeting night. The orew numbers
26 and what is lacking in harmony
is made up in volume.
Olof   Hanson   Would Northern Championship
Anyox Notes
N. R. Redman returned from
Vancouver on Wednesday.
Jaok Carter returned from a
visit to Vanoouver on Wednesday.
Miss Helen Calderoni returned
from a visit south on Wednesday.
Mrs. J. D- Ferguson and daughter Roberta left on Wednesday for
a visit to Vancouver.
Abolish Radio
Commission
Abolition of the radio commission
was demanded in the House of
Commons on Maroh 9th. by Olof
Hanson, Liberal member for Skeena
who deolared it was "a waste of
public money." The demand was
made when the House was oousid
ering estimates for the Department
of Marine and a vote of $259,400
for radio service and improvement
of reception.
Hon- Alfred Duranleau, minister
of marine, suggested that Mr
Hanson take his views before a
special committee appointed to investigate the operation of the radio
commission and said that the remark was out of order.
Humphrey Mitchell, Labor member for Hamilton East, took issue
with Mr. Hanson, stating that the
commission was still in its infancy
and was the creation of Parliament.
Further discussion was cut off by
the chairman, John Macniool, who
ruled that it was out of order.
The duties ofthe radio commission could be performed better by
the Department of Marine, declared
Mr- Hanson. He had been unable
to get satisfaction from the commission when he wrote to it. "We
have had too many commissions in
this country and this is certainly
one we oan do without,"
The vote was passed.
On an item appropriating $18,-
000 for pilotage service, Mr. Duranleau informed Mr. Hanson that
St. Lawrence River pilots sometimes earned a gross of $7,000 in a
season. From that however, had
to be deducted their own expenses
and their superannuation. Their
net would be between $3500
and $4000. The system of pilots
varied in different districts, the
minister stated.
Mrs. Angus McLean Passed
Away March 12th.
On Monday morning last, Maroh
12th. after a long illness, Mrs. Angus MoLean passed away at the
Tranquille Sanitarium. Mrs. MoLean, whose husband has long been
a resident at the Mine, left Anyox
for Kamloops, three years ago.
She was well known and highly
respected in the distriot, and her
passing is mourned by a large
oirole of friends. Mr. McLean left
Anyox on Monday for Kamloops
and interment will take place there
today   (Saturday)    or   Sunday.
Beautiful floral tributes were
forwarded by Mr. and Mrs. K. MoDonald, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Lang,
F. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Kent, "Mine Friends," Askew
Lodge, I, O. O. F„ Rebekah Lodge.
Of Basketball To
Be Decided
At stake among the towns of
Prince Rupert, Anyox, Port Simpson and Premier at the present time
is the Basketball championship of
Northern B. C. The first series of
games is being held between Prince
Rupert C. N. R. and Anyox All-
stars, each of these teams having
one win to its oredit. on games
played at Prince Rupert March 9th.
;ind 10th. Prince Rupert C. N. R's
will play two games at Anyox on
Maroh 23rd. and 24th. the team
winning most games in this home
and home series being eligible to
meet Premier and Port Simpson.
Should each team win two games
the total number of points will decide the winner of the series.
Games with Premier and Port
Simpson will then be arranged.
It is understood that there is
somewhere in the northern country
a trophy oup emblematic of the
championship of Northern B. C,
but up to the present it has not
been located.
Oddfellows Card Party And
Dance Well Attended
Outstanding as a social event of
the present season was the Card
Party and Dance held by the Oddfellows and Rebekahs on Friday
March 9th. A large number attended and the evening from beginning to end was most enjoyable
Whist was the popular game for
the cards, prize winners being:
Ladies' first Prize Mrs. C. Eklof,
Ladies' Consolation Mrs. J. Cloke,
Men's First went to Mr. Henry
Henderson, while the booby package found its way to Mr. Jack McDonald. After refreshments had
been served dancing was indulged
in to splendid music furnished by
tbe Revellers. The reputation of
the Oddfellows and their sisters
of the Rebekah Lodge was easily
sustained at this most pleasant
function.
Mother of S. Gawthorne Dies
In Vancouver
Mrs. Gawthorne, who is a sister
of Mrs. George Bailey and whose
son, Steve Gawthorne. resides in
Anyox, passed away suddenly at
Vancouver on Friday evening,
March 9th. Mrs. Gawthorne was
an accomplished pianist, and she
and her husband conducted the
Prince Rupert Music Store for
many years. Mr. S. Gawthorne
left for Vancouver ou Monday. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. March 17,  1934
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices for Crown Grants - • $15.00
Land Notices .... $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Changes Made By Dept.
Of Education
Drastic changes are to be made
in the Public Schools' Act by the
Legislature during the present
session. Among which are that
free tuition in the public schools
will be raised from fifteen to eighteen years of age. Another amendment will remove the disqualification of voting at school meetings
now placed on ratepayers in rural
school districts who are in arrears
in the payment of school taxes.
The raising of the school age of
pupils is no doubt due to the present depressed economic conditions.
Boys and girls on leaving school
often find it impossible to become
employed and must necessarily
spend their time in idleness. Much
better will it be for these children
to continue their studies and increase their learning than waste-
fully spend their time. The second amendment mentioned above
will be welcomed in aU rural school
districts. Last year at Alice Arm
—and doubtless there were many
such places—many ratepayers who
had paid considerable sums in
school taxes found that they were
disqualified because they had not
paid all their taxes in full. On the
other hand those who paid only a
very moderate tax, but had paid all,
were qualified voters, although in
some instances they had not paid as
much as those who were disqualified. This inequality will be abolished is promised by Hon. G. M
Wier, minister of education.
Has Race To Keep Up With
Changing Styles
Investors In Mining Shares
Are Big Asset
Speculation in mining shares by
the public receives from time to
time a deal of criticism. Specula'
tion ln shares of any kind is gambling. The lucky or shrewd ones
win and the unlucky or foolish person loses. Gambling in some form
or another is impossible to check.
Stop it in one form and it breaks
out. in another. Since gambling
can not be eradicated then every
opportunity should be given the
public to "take a chance" in shares
of the mining companies of the
province. In the mining industry
their money is put to work for the
benefit of all. It employs labor,
purchases supplies and foodstuffs
of all descriptions, and often brings
into production a rich mineral producer. Sometimes the returns on
a modest investment are enormous.
Anyone who had the courage to
buy Premier Gold Co. shares, Bralorne or Pioneer in the early stages
of development would have received
Alice Arm, B. C.
To The Editor.
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Dear Sir:
It seems to be the rule that
people who have, or think they
have, a complaint about business or
politics, or what have you, to write
to the editor and ask him to print
it. Now I have a very tender spot
caused by trying to be in style.
It seems to me the style changes
with the moon. Hence my complaint. For instance: hobble skirts.
No sooner did I start to wear them
and they were out of style. I've
been hobbled ever since. Came the
short skirts. By the time I had
mine shortened, out came longer
ones. Again I'm out of style, for
mine can not be lengthened and the
pay cheque is small.
In due time came the style for
bobbed hair. Long did I meditate
about having my golden locks cut
off, fearing the style might change
with the season. I had just learnt
how to dress my golden locks in the
latest topsy-doodle style—then had
them bobbed. When I got around
to visit the city and show my
friends that I'm in style, I find that
the most of them are doing up their
hair in knots, buns, rolls and
squares.    I'm out of style again.
As for the style in . hats or anything that takes the place of one.
I stayed at home when the dinky
hats were in style, but when the
close fitting, away-from-the-face
hat came in style, I decided to have
one. It made my face look like the
full moon when it was in the green
cheese stage (the moon, not my
face.) I did not care for I was in
style.
When the ladies started wearing
riding breeks on their hiking and
fishing trips, I did not like them,
but it was the style, so yours truly!
invested in a pair of knickers, but
by the time I got up nerve enough
to wear them and went strutting
through the town, just to show the
people that I was keeping up with
the style, I almost collapsed when I'
saw the style had changed to beach
pyjamas. That was too much for
me Mr. Editor.    I'm through.
Maria Pecksniff.
War never kills the ones who
need killing.
Hitler's mother, we are told, was
a woman who had a keen sense of
humor.    Well, there's Hitler.
A man met his doctor in the street
and stopped him to say: "Oh, I
say, doctor, such a peculiar thing
has happened to my wife. I think
she must have got lockjaw, for she
can't open her mouth at all." Then
after a short pause, he added,
"Could you look round in about a
week's time, and see if you can do
anvthing for her?"
handsome profits if they had held
on, and the above-mentioned three
are only a few. The investment by
the public in B. C. Mines should be
encouraged, for without the smal]
companies who were willing to take
a chance, mining in British Columbia would not have advanced very
far.
"Oh, John, the baby  has swallowed  the matches.    What shall I
do?"
"Here, use my cigarette-lighter."
r~
PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B.  C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
BUILDING LOTS
•     ALICE ARM
First-class  Business   Lots  at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots  as low as  S25.
Now is the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Enjoy the hospitality of the Grosvenor. Heie you will be among
friendly people. The Grosvenor
is a quiet Hotel within two blocks
of the heart of Vancouver's shopping and theatre district, yet away
from heavy traffic. Metropolitan!
dining room service, comfortable
lounge and writing rooms. Rates
are reasonable.
Lives are measured by actions,
not years.
The more happiness you give the
more you have left.
A lover chases a girl  until she
catches him.
Water rests at  the  bottom;  hu-~
mility brings rest;  ambition brings
worrv.
Sell It!
If you have anything to
sell, try a Classified advertisement in the Herald.   Our rates are very
moderate.
Someone may need that
article you don't require.
A small Ad. may bring
lots of
$$$$$$$*
MMM
AFTER hard wun; or vigorous play, a glass of
good beer is the supreme builder of health and
strength. It builds body tissues, renews expended
energy, aids digestion and enables you to carry on
sustained and refreshed.
Ask for any of the brands mentioned below and you
are assured beer of a quality and flavor second to none
in Canada  ...  or elsewhere.
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This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
4 Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
GOLD   MINING   IN
BRITISH   COLUMBIA
Lode and placer gold mining have made remarkable strides
in the past three years.   Historic Cariboo and Bridge
River districts are now prominently in the public eye.
There are opportunities for profitable investment, and
about 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral bearing
lands are open for prospecting.
British Columbia is the leading Canadian Province in
production of silver, lead and zinc.
Inform yourself by consulting Official Publications of
which these are the most recent:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the calendar year 1932.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Preliminary Report on the Mineral Industry of British
Columbia for the calendar year 1933.
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
Magnesite."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
The Department of Mines,
VICTORIA, B. C.
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ALICE   ARM
WhereTo SpendMnjoyable^caiion
4/amada-ThisYedi
JjjSrM^I INC13 tbe annual vacation
SSOff has become a definite pant
$Tx81!j of modern life, the decision
XV2/XI aa to where it will be spent
Otjfctf J '8 of considerable inuport-
agjjl ance. Canada has a par-
• ▼ 'I ticukr appeal to the vacationist, for it has an
unusual variety of attractions, which
may be enjoyed at reasonable coat.
Recreation Areas Easily
Reached
For most people, the summer
vacation is limited to a few weeks
and is really shortened by the time
used in travelling to and from the
locality selected. Canada has an
extensive system of good roads and
excellent railway services which
greatly facilitate travel between
provinces.
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Attractions Cover Wide
Range
Canada presents a striking diversity of natural features—the rugged
and picturesque Atlantic coast; the
St. Lawrence river and Great Lakes,
the world's greatest inland waterway; the Laurenfcian ■ mountains,
land of forest and stream; the
prairies; the majestic Rockies; and
the beautiful Pacific coast. Each
of these areas has its own attractions of scenic beauty and opportunities for enjoyable recreation.
Fishing, hunting, camping, canoeing, and mountain-climbing may
all be enjoyed under ideal conditions, while golf and tennis may be
played practically everywhere. Accommodation includes everything
from caimp site to luxurious hotel.
Those to whom economy is a
natter of concern may spend a
pleasant vacation close to nature,
at surprisingly small cost.
Travel  Information
Gladly Furnished
The National Development Bureau,
Depantment of the Interior at
Ottawa, has prepared a series of
automobile road maps, showing
the main routes from one province
to another, also a nrvmber of interesting booklets, including "Vacation.? in- Canada", which describe
the tourist attractions of each
province. These will be sent to
any of our readers planning a vacation. Applicants should state the
areas in which they are interested.
GIRLS HAVE ROCKY RANCH CAMP
'   Utt kanl t*» lutti Dr. lurUM ■. C*»kt.   IDgM hull Uf  Inset!  MIm  Miry  I.   Golltr.
Cus tn Girls.   Lawn Utti D»tH TkMPM Mtui-tal Ball.   Uwar riiht: WdUr Nlun.
f he Lake Windermere Bungalow
Camp which wm the first ot
its Idnd established in the Canadian Rockies' will this year be
transformed Into a Ranch-Camp
for girls under tha direction of
Miss Mary E. Cutler, of Minneapolis, and Dr. Harriett E. Cooke, of
Chicago, who have had considerable experience in the management
of such Camps and have selected
this as an Ideal spot for girls desiring an active outdoor life, com
bined with instruction in art. The
staff includes instructors in riding, swimming and camp-craft, in
addition to teachers of handicrafts
and painting, and the course will
include participation ln the annual
four-day cross country ride of the
Trail Riders of the Canadian
Rockies. ' Both Miss Cutler and
Dr. Cooke have spent several summers in this region and are enthusiastic about the healthgiving
value of ranch-camp life in these
Alpine regions of Canada for the
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notri trill rldtr.
younger generation. They took
part .in last year's Trail Ride to
the Lake of the Hanging Glaciers
which is in the Lake Windermere
district, and have engaged Walter
Nixon, the well-known hunter and
guide to supervise the trail riding
expedition which will form part of
the course in camp-craft for the
rirls. The Hon. Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of British
Columbia, has his summer home
In the neighbourhood and is taking
a keen Interest in the movement. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  March 17,  1934
Anyox Scouts Take First
Hike Of Season
Recently the Anyox Scouts celebrated the 76th. birthday of their
beloved Chief, Baden Powell, by
taking the first hike of the year.
The outing: was carried out in true
scout fashion, the boys cooking
their own meal, while a community
bucket of cocoa was made by the
Scouter. After the meal, games
were enjoyed Scout Stanley Kirkland winning the Flag Kaid.
More badges have been won this
year than in any year previously
and one scout T. Kirkland is almost
ready for passing his examination
as a first-class scout.
Plans for week-end camps are
afoot and it is hoped that parents
will permit their boys to turn out to
these events and feel assured that
they will be quite safe. Parents
and everyone interested are asked
to help in this good work by taking
a personal interest in the boys.
The annual camp, to which the
boys look forward so keenly, is our
next problem. Suggestions already
made would indicate that this year's
will be a real camp outing, and the
help of everyone interested will be
much appreciated.
Ladies Lose At Rupert.
Men Win Game
After having defeated the Prince
Rupert All-star Ladies' in both
games at Anyox, the smelter town
girls were blotted out in both games
of the series at Rupert on Friday
and Saturday March 9th. and 10th.
The score on the first night was 20
to 9, and on the second evening 21
to 7. No alibis are offered, the
girls preferring to take their beating like true "sportsmen," but there
is no doubt that the smallness of
the hall and the low ceiling bothered the Anyox quintette considerably.
Prince Rupert fans turned out en
masse on both evenings, the doors
having to be closed and people
turned away on the Friday.
The Anyox Men's All-star team
won the first game 38-31 after a
brilliant exhibition, Bud Gillies
notching 17 points for the visitors.
With only five minutes to play and
the score tied at 28 all, Anyox
staged a rally, scoring ten points to
Rupert's 3. The teams: Rupert:
Stiles 6, Wingham, Joleson 9,
]. Morrison 7, Lambie 3, F. Smith
4, E. Santerbane, D. Morrison 2.
Anyox: T. Calderoni 8, S. Steele,
F. Calderoni 1, B. Gillies 17, L.
Falconer 4, J. Currie 1, F. Dodsworth, R. Swanson 7, E. Woodman.
Basketballers Had Enjoyable
Trip To Rupert
Fine weather favored the party
of hoop devotees and fans which
made the trip to Prince Rupert
recently, to play a series of games
with the Prince Rupert All-star
teams. Lady players, and others
making the  trip  were as  follows:
MissT; Gordon, Mrs. Philip, Misses
M. Dresser, L. Dresser, K. Eve,
J. Pinckney, P. Loudon, N. Salmon,
M. Cloke, H. Simpson, Mrs. Wenerstrom.
Men players and others of the
party were: R. Swanson, E.
Woodman, L. Falconer, S. Steele,
F. Dodsworth, T. Calderoni, F.
Calderoni, B. Gillies, J. Currie, D.
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B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion oi Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
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A Complete Line
We have on hand at all times a Complete Line of Men's
Wearing Apparel, including Heavy and Dress Boots and
Shoes. Rubbers of all kinds, Underclothes, Shirts, Socks,
Hats, Caps, Heavy Woollen Pants, Mackinaw Coats and
Pants, Windbreakers, Dress Suits, Waterproof Coats,
Overalls, Gloves, Eto.
ALL AT LOW PRICES.    CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
OPEN   UNTIL
10
West side of Smelter.
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Macleod, P. Chenoski, L. Higham,
H. Gawthorne, C. Dresser, J.
Pinckney. The Rupert Basketball
Association extended hospitality to
all, and many enjoyable car drives
were arranged. After the Friday
evening games a dance was held in
honor of the visitors from Anyox.
GOOD OLD
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Rupert  Swamps Anyox In
Second Game
After having won the game on
Friday by 38-31, Anyox went down
to defeat in the second game, played on Saturday the 10th. by the
landslide score of 56 to 21. The
first half of the game was very olose
but in the second half four men of
the starting team were lost through
personals, which proved disastrous
to Anyox, who nevertheless tried
valiantly to stem the tide of defeat.
The players despatched to the
showers were: R. Swanson, J. Currie, Bud Gillies, F. Calderoni. The
scores follow: Prince Rupert, Stiles
16, Wingham, W. Jolensen, J. Morrison, B. Lambie 10, E. Smith 3,
E. Santerbane. D. Morrison 6, C.
Smith. Anyox: T. Calderoni 2,
S. Steele 2, F. Calderoni 10, B.
Gillies 3, L. Falconer, J. Currie, F.
Dodsworth, R. Swanson 2, E.
Woodman.
SPECIAL NOVELTY EVENT FOR
EASTER
B.   P.  O.   ELKS
~ Cabaret attit Sam* ~
GYMNASIUM
ON  EASTER  MONDAY,  APRIL   2nd.
'Dancing 9 to 2
Special Cabaret Attractions.   Qood Floor.     The best of
Music.   Refreshments.
DON'T   MISS  THIS   SPECIAL   EVENT I
$1.00 PER COUPLE.   EXTRA LADY 50c.
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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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Alice Arm
GENERAL MERCHANT
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In Ivory and Green!
More and more kitchens are being decorated
and furnished in the popular IVORY AND
GREEN colors.   It is the most pleasing of
all color combinations.
We supply the Paint, Cooking and Kitchen
Ware, Floor Coverings, etc. in these combined
color effects.   Let us show you.
Please place your orders as early as
possible for Easter Plants and Flowers
We have a nice assortment of Easter Novel-
ties, such as Chocolate Eggs, Nested Baskets,
Boxed Chocolates and Candy etc.   Visit the
Drug Department.
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
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