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 I A little paper
with all the
news and a big
1— T~-•"••
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to i
all other points.
VOL. 12,   NO. 16
Alice Arm, B. O, Saturday, September 17, 1932
5 oents each.
James Smith Drowned
In Bay At Anyox
About 6.30 p.m. on Monday,
Sept. 12th. James Smith, aged 53,
was drowned at Anyox near the
buildings east of the slag-pile. Deceased was on the gas boat Alida,
while his partner, J. E. (Deafy)
Forsman was busy unloading lumber from the gas boat to » row boat
and taking it ashore. Smith was
observed to leave the gas boat and
plunge into the water, Forsman
promptly started towards him in the
row boat. When about a hundred
and fifty feet from him, however,
Smith went down, and was not seen
The police were promptly notified
and dragging operations commenced
at once, but owing to a strong wind
and rough sea these were unsuccessful. They have been continued
every day since.
Smith came to Anyox with Forsman about two weeks ago, and they
went fishing together. He was
formerly a tent and sail maker at
Prince Rupert, conducting his own
He was an ex-service man, having
served in the 35th. Battalion, Canadian Infantry, as Quarter-master
Serjeant. Smith is well known in
Prince Rupert, being the ex-president of the Prince Rupert branch of
the Canadian Legion.. For about
three weeks prior to his death he
was in a very despondent mood.
He leaves a wife and two children
who are believed to reside at Van-
Dr. Geo. Hanson Completes
Geological Surrey Work
In District
Zelipha Is Newest Addition
To Local Fleet
A graceful sturdy and compact
launch recently arrived at Alice Arm
from Prince Rupert, where it was
purchased by Harry Williamson.
It is named the Zelipha, and is 30
feet in length, with a beam of 8 feet.
Power is derived from a 7 h. p. Vivian gasoline engine, which gives
a speed ot 7J miles per hour. Ihe
Zelipha is equipped with a fish and
ice hold and will be used for fishing
by the owner next summer.
It was built at the McLean boat
building plant Prince Rupert, and
has many conveniences.
I J. Gillies Wins Hidden Creek
Tennis Club Championship
In between the showers on Sunday the Hth. the two finalists in the
Championship Tournament of the
Hidden Creek Club; viz, J. Dixon
and J. Gillies, played the deciding
game. After an interesting struggle, in which some fine tennis was
witnessed, Gillies won 3-6, 6-2, 6-4,
Dr. G, Hanson, of the Department of Geological Survey, who has
been making extended surveys in
this district during the summer
months, left on Wednesday for
Ottawa. '   .
Dr. Hanson's work this year
consisted of a geological survey of
the district surrounding Anyox and
various parts of the Lower Portland
Canal District.
This will probably complete his
work in this section, which has
taken several years and includes the
entire Alice Arm, Stewart, Anyox
and Naas Valley districts. The full
report of Dr. Hanson's work to>
gether with maps will be published.
It is very likely, however, that it
will not be ready before 1934.
Finals of Mixed Doubles Was
Played On Sunday
• In between showers and in anything but tennis temperature, the
semi-finals for the Anyox Mixed
Doubles Championship between
Mrs. J. Smith and O.G. Macintyre,
and Miss M. Dresser with Angus
Cavers, was played on Sunday afternoon last, resulting in a win for the
latter pair 6-4, 6-3. Mrs. Smith
and her partner played a steady,
consistent -game, while the winners
were at the . top of their form.
They took three love games and
served only two double faults. Their
game in the final against Miss D.
Grigg and A. McDougall should be
very interesting.
Ross Oatman Tennis Champion For Fourth Year
Taking advantage of a temporary
spell of dry weather on Monday the
5th. O. G. Macintyre and E. R.
Oatman played the final for the Open
Tennis Championship of Anyox.
The,game was won by Oatman in
three straight sets. After the first
set ''Gerry" put up a strenuous opposition and some splendid tennis
was witnessed. The scores were
6-1, 9-7, 8-6. This is the fourth
consecutive year in which Oatman
has won the Anyox Open Championship, and he received the congratulations of a number of friends on
the achievement.
Alice Arm Notes
H. F. Kergin left on Wednesday
for a visit to Stewart.
Miss Alice Kergin left on Monday
for Prince Rupert where she will
take a commercial course at the High
School there.
Advertise in the Herald
Activities of Anyox Golf
In the Ladies' Open Championship
tournament the semi-finals have now
been reached, Mrs. Simpson and
Miss M. Cloke having reached this
stage. The final will probably be
played within the next day or two.
As with other out-door sports, the
inclement weather has caused much
delay to golf tournaments.
The Handicap Tournament for
the President's Prize, played over
18 holes, is now in full swing.
Following are the results of the
games between the sixteen players
who qualified.
H. Lindgren beat J. McConnachie.
J, McColl won from R. C. Gegg,
W. Henderson defeated A. W.
Gigot, S. Peters was defeated by-F.
C. 0. Edwards, R. O. Cutler accounted J. Moffatt, F. Person won
from D. McKenzie and W. Moffatt
defeated L. Wenerstrom, H. R.
Taylor won from D. McLeod.
If Jupe Pluve is in a kindly mood
on Sunday the 18th. a Flag Tournament will be played.
Elks' Card Party and Dance
On October 7th.
William Lazorek Missing For
Nearly Three Months
Considerable anxiety concerning
William Lazorek of Anyox is being
felt by his parents and friends.
What has happened to him is somewhat mysterious. He left Silver
City almost three months ago for a
hike across country, with the intention of eventually reaching Hazelton
Since he left Silver City with a very
small stock of food and a. 22 calibre
rifle no one has seen him. He has
not arrived at Aiyansh, Terrace or
Hazelton, and it is now assumed
that he is lost or injured in the
woods somewhere between Alice
Arm and the Naas River.
It is reported that his name is
carved on a log on the second cabin
on the government telegraph line.
Search parties are being formed to
locate him.
Launch Granby Returned To
Anyox on Sunday
After a stay in Vancouver waters
of several weeks, during which time
they made various business and
pleasure trips, the M. S. Granby once
more graces the Anyox dockside.
The Granby left Vancouver at 10.45
a.m. on Sunday the 11th. Captain
Johnston reported running into very
rough weather while crossing Mill-
bank and Queen Charlotte Sounds,
otherwise the trip was a pleasant
one., Those returning were: Captain and Mrs. Johnston and family,
S. Down, Harry Young and Wong
Hard times are not allowed to
interfere with the social plans of the
Brother Bills, and they are planning
that their Card Party and Dance on
October 7th. will be a real-top-notch-
er and one that everyone can enjoy.
It will be the opening event of the
social season. Whist as well as
bridge will be indulged in, there will
be one of those delightful suppers
for which the fraternity is famous,
and a splendid dance till  1  a.m.
T. Stretton Called To Winnipeg By Death of Father
Receiving a cable on Sunday that
his father had passed away at Winnipeg, T. Stretton caught the Catala
on Monday en route for that city.
The funeral will be held over until
his arrival. Tom, who is an only son,
will probably be away about a
month and intends bringing' his
mother back with him to Anyox.
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{     ANYOX NOTES     I
- Mrs. R. Lavery returned, on Monday from a visit to Vancouver.
Misses Edith and Nina Postle-
waite arrived on Monday from New
Westminster. They will spend a
holiday here as the guests of Mrs.
J. Jeffrey.
Mrs. S. Davies returned on Monday from Merritt, Her daughter,
Miss Dorothy Davies, is remaining
at Merritt for the present.
Master A. Edwards returned on
Monday from a vacation spent in
Mrs. A. McDonald returned on
Monday from Vancouver, where she
has been recuperating from a recent
Mrs. J. Wynne returned on Monday from Vancouver.
Rev. J. S. and Mrs. Brayfield returned on Monday from Victoria
Beach, Manitoba. Mrs. Brayfield
is fully recovered from a recent
C. Graham Mine Inspector, passed through Anyox on Monday en
route for Stewart.
W. Watson and Alex McDonald returned on Monday from a holiday
spent in Vancouver.
Mrs. D. McDougall arrived on
Monday from Vancouver.
Mrs. H. A. Young and children
returned on Monday from Vancouver.
J. Run tain returned on Monday
from a holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Seaton returned
Monday from a vacation spent at
Vancouver and the south.
Miss P. Healy left on Monday
for the south, where she will resume
her studies.
Continued on Page 4
Elks' Ladies May Form
Royal Purple Lodge
For over thirteen years the Order of the Royal Purple, well
known for its distinolive-charitable
and sociable work, has been existent in Canada. An auxiliary
lodge to the B. P. O. B., the Royal
Purple is growing rapidly. Some
lodges are extending their benevolent work beyond the confines of
their own territory, and the spirit
existing between the members and
the Elks is a particularly happy
one. The thirteenth Annual Convention of the Order was held in
Edmonton in July and was the
most successful yet held by the
Order. Delegates from various
lodges throughout the Dominion
were in attendance.
The Ladies of the Royal Purple
have no special cult or creed.
They work in a quiet, unobtrusive
manner. Their watchwords, like
those of their brothers the Elks,
are simplicity itself. In the field of
oharity they exeroise a feminine
contact and sympathy the value of
whioh is difficult to estimate. Its
own special color—purple—is regal
and distinctive and gives to this
splendid Order a prominence and
character all its own. The greatest
friendship exists between the members of the various lodges, as well
as between the lodges themselves.
It follows therefore that social
events sponsored by the Ladies of
the Royal Purple are always suo-
The Anyox Lodge of the B. P.O.
E. have recently concluded a campaign for the institution of a Lodge
of the Royal Purple,'and there is
every possibility that in the near
future a Charter will be applied for.
High Water In Kitsault River
Cause Floods
The continuous deluge of rain
during the past week, has resulted
in transforming the Kitsault River
into a raging torrent. Yesterday
the water was almost level with the
wing dam that protects the town of
Alice Arm. All the gardens in the
vicinity of the dam are under water,
the worst sufferer being W. B.
Bower, who had about 18 inches of
water on his garden.
The culverts on Victoria and McBride streets were far too small to
take care of the excess water and
ditches were cut across the streets
to allow the water free passage.
No danger to the town is felt as the
wing dam last night was standing
solid and the long retaining wall is
keeping the water from overflowing along the west bank. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, September 17,  1932
Magnetic Ore Locators
Prove Great Success
Valuable minerals that are themselves magnetic can be located by
the tiny magnetic forces which
sometimes' characterize the rock
formations in which the ore deposits
are found. Heretofore magnetic
prospecting for minerals has been
confined for the most part to the use
of comparatively insensitive instruments such as the miner's dip needle
in the investigation of iron ore
deposits. In recent years the development of more precise instruments
has opened up an almost new field
of prospecting.
Investigations with these instruments by the dominion observatory,
department of the interior, have
shown that it is possible in certain
cases to determine accurately the
positions of fractures and other peculiarities lying concealed in the rock
formations at considerable depths
below the surface. In co-operation
with the geological survey invest},
gations are at present in progress
at Thetford, Quebec, for the purpose
of investigating the use of the instruments in locating new deposits
of asbestos.
With Edmund Lowe,   Lois Moran,
John Halliday, Jean Hersholt,
Greta Nissen, Myrna Lov.
Never was more value for   your
money than in this wonderful Fox
Picture.    Exciting mystery of three
million dollars' theft in mid-ocean!
A floating palace of spendthrifts and
sirens,  swindlers and scapegoats.
Love above decks,  intrigues   between,  and violence below.   The
madness of moonlight and the glamour  of   gambling  for fortunes,
hearts and lives.    Swift and swanky
drama   throbbing   with   intensity.
From the time of Anchors aweigh
in America to the moment of arrival
in Europe this picture will hold you
spellbound.   An all-star production
don't miss it Saturday.
Big  Increase   In   Canada's
Gold Prduction
British Columbia mines produced
18,686 ounces of gold in June, as
against 17,234 in the preceding
month, according to the bureau of
Manitoba's output amounted to 8,-
053 ounces, or 7.9 per cent, below
the May total. The Yukon recorded
the usual seasonal advance in June
to 4,704 ounces.
Gold  production   through   the
whole   of Canada continues to in
In June the Canadian output of
270,526 ounces, with a value of $5,-
591,778, established a new high
monthly record.
Trappers Create  Enormous
Canadian Wealth
Although the buffalo, from a
commercial standpoint, is gone forever and the beaver aud the marten
are slowly following, the fur trade
of Canada is in no immediate danger of extinction, according to the
Natural Resources Department of
the Canadian National Railways
With its extensive trapping industry and fur fanning increasing on
a large scale, Canada may be regarded as the last great fur preserve
of the world.
Between them the United States
and Great Britain take practically
the entire production of fur in
Canada. In 1931 raw furs exported from Canada had a value of
$13,544,088. Of this amount the
British market absorbed $7,456,594
worth and the United States took
the balance.
This comedy-drama is from the
David Belasco stage play "The
Dove", with Delores Del Rio and
Leo Carillo sharing first honors,
and sharing it equally. Don Jose
Maria Lopez Y Postado, self-styled
"best caballero in all Mexico" comes
to the inn where Dolores is an entertainer. The Don's swaggering
boastfulness fails to impress "The
Dove",- whereupon he insists that
she accompany him to his hacienda,
his idea being that "a good girl is
no good unless she's bad." There
is a plot to take off Johnny Powell,
but Johnny' who operates the dice
table, is first to the draw. Wine,
plots, captures, rescues, firing
squads--, and a pardon make up the
rest of this absorbing picture* See
it Tuesday.
British Coal Shipments
To Canada Heavy
Imports of British anthracite
during the six months ending June
have broken all records, the amount
to date being 389,931 tons. In the
same period last year the import of
that commodity was 318,760 tons.
In the last six months the import
of United States anthracite was
867,785 tons as compared with
1,150,984 toils ill the same six
months of 1931.
Values iu relation to retail costs
are interesting. The average value
of the British anthracite imported
this year, according to the records
of the Dominion Bureau of Statis
tics is $5.25 per ton, while the average value of the United States
anthracite imported this year was
$7.92 per ton. The Dominion Fuel
Board estimates that eight tons of
Welsh anthracite in heat production.
Canada's Favorable   Trade
Balance Continues
Canada is maintaining her favorable foreign trade balance, according to figures covering the twelve
months ended July 1st. last.
With a total trade for the period
of $1,043,255,092, Canada exported
$36,097,814 worth of goods more
'than she imported from other countries.
Total trade for the same period
a year ago was $1,511,199,490, and
at that time Canada had an unfavorable balance of $65,000,000.
Total imports from the United
Kingdom during the year ended
with July last were $96,592,409 as
compared with $136,604,882 the
previous year. Exports to the United Kingdom for the same periods
were respectively $167,150,287 and
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, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Pioneer Gold Mines of B. C. Ltd.
have declared a quarterly dividend
of 3 cents per share payable October
1st. to shareholders of record Sept.
12th. This is the regular quarterly
payment at the annual rate of 12%.
to the
€ld ccuNTOy
A SK Canadian National
for details of new low
fares   on   Old   Country
Lower rail and steamer
rates now bring a trip
home within the means
of all. Liberal stopovers.
Extended time of return.
For Information, Call or Write:
Local Agent, or II. McEwen, D. F
and P. A., Prince Rupert, B. C
We carry in stock at all times a Complete Line
of Men's Shoes
Men's Dress Shoes in black and tan, all sizes, from
$4.00 to $7.00 per pair
Outside Work Shoes, in black and tan, from $3.50 to
$4.50 per pair.
Strong Mining Shoes, with 10 inch top $9.75; with
%% inch top $6.75.
LEW LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10  P.M.
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
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
Membership in the League carries many other privileges.   Anyone may join.   The dues are only 50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary.
British Columbia
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,272,731,028      •
You are invited to apply to the Department
of Mines, Victoria, B. C. for the latest authoritative  information  regarding   mining
development in British Columbia
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
«» ALICE   A$M   AND  ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, September 17, 1932
Canada Supplies World With
Canned Lobster..
More than 90 per cent df the
world's supply of canned lobster is
produced in Canada and the largest
proportion of this percentage comes
from Nova Scotia, according to the
Natural Resources Department of
the Canadian National Railways.
Of the fish caught iu Canadian
waters, more than 80 per cent is
exported each year, the largest consumer being the United States.
The per capita consumption of fish
in Canada is estimated at 20.7
pounds annually and the per capita
production is 120 pounds.
Canadian Eskimos Prosperous
and Progressive
There are approximately 7,000
Eskimos in Arctio and sub-Arctic
Canada, including the Hudson Bay
area. They are progressive and
some even have radio receiving
sets aud sewing machines in their
igloos. Many Eskimos own their
own schooners with auxiliary gasoline engines, and at Aklavik, near
I the mouth of the Mackenzie River.
as manyi as  twenty-five of these
\ .schooners will be anchored   at one
, time in the summer.
GREAT sajd her husband
—"How Your Cooking Has Improved"
.... /.:
HE won't work late at the office—
not he. He does not remind hh
bride of mother's cooking any more.
What has made the amazing change?
She read about a little book called
"The Good Provider" and a marvelous way of making delicious things
with St. Charles Evaporated Milk. Now
hercakesare a joy to see—and taste,
Her soups and creamed dishes
would change any man's
mliid. And here's what ^^^ jC
she1 writes about -^--» ■"•
—and so that
you may enjoy
proving it too, just
write for your copy of
"The Good Provider.''  It
has 80 pages illustrated in full
color and willprovea treasure-
house of cooking wisdom.
Truro, N.S., Insersotl,
Ont., Norwich, Ont.
and Sumss, B.C.
The Borden Co. Limited
50 Powell bt., Vancouver
Toronto, Ontario
Gentlemen: Please send me
Free copy
'The Good Provider*
Winter No Bar to Golf in Canada
Photograph taken February SS, 1918, of the course on which the contest is played, with gallery
watching players. Lower left—Teeing off—player wearing light clothes shows mildness of climate in
February at Viotoria. Lower right—E. W. Beatty Challenge Cup with miniature reproductions of ths
imp for the winners in men and women competitions.
HP he process of snatching the laurels from the
brows of California is going right on in Canada.
"Our Lady of the Snows" Is belying her name in the
mild climate of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Announcement has been made recently that the
second annual Empress Hotel mid-winter golf tournament at the Colwood course, Victoria, will be held
from February 17 to 28 inclusive, a time when the
country north of the 40th parallel is popularly supposed to be feet deep in enow. Photographs included
in above lay-out will show this popular belief to be a
fallacy •> far as the Victoria course is concerned.
The mid-winter tournament was placed in the
Canadian sport calendar last February under the
auspices of the Canadian Pacific Railway and proved
a great success. The Victoria fixture is a purely
amateur affair, handicap, of course, open to men
and women, competing in their own sections. The
main trophy is the E. W. Beatty challenge cup, at
present held by T. L. Swan and Mrs. Hew Paterson,
of Victoria, although a large list of other prizes is
being posted. The competition is open to all Victoria
clubs and also to any visitors in that city, and in
view of the size of the entry list all links in the
vicinity of the city will be pressed into service,
The Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Announce a Drastic Cut in
Prices of all Residential and
Business Lots at Alice Arm
Prices have been Slashed from $1000.00
to $200.00, and to as low as $25.00,
or at least a 75 per cent, reduction on all lots
Now is the time to secure a good Business
Lot or a Residential Site for a Summer
Prices of Individual Lots, terms and all other particulars may be obtained from E. Moss, Sole Agent,
P. O. Box 8, Alice Arm, B. C.
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
M ™
ALICE  ARM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD,  Saturday, September 17, 1932
B. C. Is Third Manufacturing Province
British Columbia holds third position in manufactures among the
provinces of Canada. Ontario is
the leader in value of industrial
output while Quebec comes quite
close in second position. Among
British Columbia manufactures the
largest production of a single industry is that of sawmills, with fish
second and pulp and paper third.
Sawmills and pulp and paper together give wood and paper products the
leading position among the various
industrial groups of the Pacific province. This group accounts for 35
per cent of the total value of manufactures in the province.
W. S. Gilbert of opera fame was
always acoompanied by his wife
when he attended rehearsals of his
oomic operas. One day when he
was conducting a preliminary performance of "The Mikado" he suddenly missed the good lady.
"Have you seen my wife?" he asked
abruptly of the chorus. "She's
round behind," said one ofthe three
little maids from sohool. "Yes"
replied the librettist, "I know that;
but where is she?"
Good Profit In Ore At 76c.
Per Ton
Alaska Juneau Mining Company
made an operating profit in July of
$102,500, although gold recovery
dropped to 76 cents a ton. P. R.
Bradley, consulting engineer for the
F. W. Bradley enterprises, is quoted
in the Juneau Empire as saying that
mining and milling of ore from the
1,000-foot level below the Alaska
Juneau's present main haulage level
will start as soon as the two shafts
to the deep level ore body have been
SAFE on home".,. what a satisfying moment for everyone. There can be a
moment in everyone's day when the strain of the game of life can be eased.
For these occasions try a bottle of sparkling B.C. Bud Lager. It satisfies with it*
delicious flavor and wholesome, stimulating goodness.
B.C. Bud is the product of master brewers, perfectly made from only the richest,
pure barley malt and selected B.C. hops.
Order B.C. Bud in handy cartons. It costs no more for this convenience.
At Government Stores
A Product of
Also brewer, and bottler, of
SUW Spring Lager Old Milwaukee Lags*
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
Tax Sale
Of Lands
The annual Tax Sale of Lands for delinquent taxes will be held at my
office, Prince Rupert on Wednesday the Sth. October at 10 a.m.; at the
Police Office Terrace, on Friday the 7th. October at 3 p.m.; at the Court
House Stewart, on Tuesday the 11th. October at 2 p.m.
All lands upon which land taxes and school rates are delinquent for the
year 1930 will be exposed for sale^
Particulars of properties to be offered at Tax Sale can be obtained
from the Provincial Collector at the above address.
The Tax Sale list will be published in the British Columbia Gazette
before the date of sale.
Provincial Collector.
Anyox Notes
Continued from page 1
Miss Emily Nelson left on Monday for Columbia College, New
Mrs. E. C. Hulkes left on Monday for Vancouver where she will
Miss Phyllis Bushfield left on
Monday for Stewart.
T. C. Holmes, Stan. Duffeil and
A. D. Pigott. who have been at
Anyox since June last as assistants
to Dr. G. Hanson, of the Department of Geological Survey, left on
Monday for Vancouver.
H. Eld left on Monday to resume
his studies at the B. C. University.
Mr. Charles Bocking arrived on
Mrs. D. C. Roy returned' on
Wednesday from a holiday spent in
the south.
Mr. O. Hansen, M. P., Federal
Member for this District, passed
through Anyox on Wednesday on
his way to Stewart.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert. Low prices for good work.
All orders returned following mail.
Canada's butter exports to the
British Isles and other countries
totalled 10,680,000 pounds in 1931,
as compared with only 1,180,400
pounds in 1930.
"I oalled on Mabel last, night,
and I was no more than inside the
door before her mother asked me
my intentions."
"How embarassiug."
Yes, but Mabel called downstairs:
"That's not the one mother."
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
From   Anyox   for   Stewart,
Prinoe Rupert, Ocean Falls,
Powell River and Vancouver,
Wednesday!, Midnight.
Fortnightly service to Queen
Charlotte Island*.
Particulars on request.
Passenger trains leave Prinoe
Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10.30
a.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East.
Passports arranged/or
Old Country sailings.
For infoArnation call or ttritm
local agent, or
H. McEWKN, D.F. A P.A.
Prince Rupert. B.C
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc
W. M. CummUlgS.   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papen
Post Office. Building, Alice Arm
BoyV Short Pants in bine cheviots and whipcords, in sizes
22,24 and 25,95c
Pullover Sweaters
$1.85, $1.95, $2.75 and $2.90.
Boys' All Wool turn-over top Golf Hose.   Excellent quality,
65c. and 75c
Boys'Caps   -       -       -       -       -   75c, 95c, $1.00.
Boys' Balbriggan Underwear, made in combinations. Assorted
Sizes, 55c
Boys' B. V. D's made by Tooke    -      •      ■      -75c
Men's Hip $6.95
Three-quarter length       -       -       ...     6.45
Short  •      - •     4.95
Youth's three-quarter length 4.25
Short •      -      •       ....     2.65
These are the best quality Rubber Boots, made by
the Gutta Percha and Rubber Co.
For Results Advertise in The Herald


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