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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.
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$2.50 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to
all other points.
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VOL. 10,   NO.
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, Mat 23, 1931
5 cents each.
Excellent  Acting   and
Singing Surprise Large
Audiences
The biggest show yet staged in
Anyox. "The Beauty Shop—a musical comedy by Channing Pollock
—was presented by the Anyox Elks
at the Recreation Hall, Thursday
and Friday, May 14th. and 15th.
;inder the direction of Mr. C. H.
Lewis. Large audiences were
present at each performance to enjoy the local amateurs' splendid
singing, acting and dancing.
All the members of the cast were
surprisingly good, and all the leading parts were admirably suited
to those who took them. The various chorus parts, both male and
female were excellent, and becoming dresses of remarkable brilliancy
were worn by the ladies.
The story is centred around  a
certain Dr.  Arbutus Budd,  owner
of a beauty shop bnsiness that is
not   thriving   financially,  and his
I ward Anna.     While   besieged  by
creditors,   he   gets word that his
ward has been left a legacy by her
llate uncle Gazazus of Omessa, Cor-
Isica.    Dr. Budd, having visions of
[a wonderful fortune,   endeavors  to
get Anna  to marry him.     Being
I completely  broke, he succeeds in
borrowing enough money from his
I creditors by promising them a share
in the "fortune" to make the trip to
Corsica.    Arriving there during the
celebration of  "Ceres,  Mother of
Peace   and   Plenty."      Dr.   Budd
learns that the legacy is just a vendetta between two Corsican  families—the    Maldinado's   and  Sizer-
ella's.    He finds himself  in a  predicament and the only way  to get
out of it is to marry  Panatella's
homely daughter and stop the vendetta.
Dr. Budd does not relish the idea
of marrying homely Natalie so
decides to try out some of his
patent beauty aids "so necessary
to womanly charm." Natalie uses
them with such surprising results
that even the doctor cannot believe
his eyes when Natalie again arrives
on the scene changed to a charming
lady. Panatella is gratified at the
transformation and rewards Dr.
Budd handsomely and puts him on
"Easy Street" with a big cheque.
Special mention must be made of
the marvellous performance by
Fred. Bradshaw as the beauty Doctor, the part suited him admirably,
with natural self confidence, a fine
baritone voice and ability to pull
off the many wise cracks called for.
Fred, excelled himself throughout
and his song "All Dressed Up and
No Place To Go" was great.
Anne McLachlan (Budd's Secretary)
and Jack Pinckney (Doc Budd's
expensive legal advisor) did exceptionally well and their duet "Twas
in September" was an excellent
number. Margaret Shields (Anna,
Continued on page 4
The Anyox Tennis Club
Concludes Tournament
In spite of several interruptions
by the rain the A. C. L. Tennis
Tournament was completed Sun
day afternoon, during which some
excellent games were played; The
winners on Court 1 were Miss
Teresa Gordon and Jerry Mac
intyre, their score being 172 out of
a possible 180. Both played exceptionally well in all their games.
The couples on Court 1 were
fairly evenly matched. On Court
2 Miss Jean Keith and Fred Brad
shaw (alias Dr. Budd of "Beauty
Shop" fame) won the prizes, being
only two points short of a perfect
spore. At the conclusion of the
tournament Mrs. J. J. Cody presented the very acceptable prizes
to the winners. Following this
Henry Kent called for three cheers
for the Executive, who undoubtedly .worked hard to make the opening tournament a success. The
cheers had hardly died down when
a heavy shower put a stop to
further tennis. Ladder games will
be started next Monday. Rules
for the ladder Reries have been
posted 'at the Club Houge and
members taking part should interest themselves in these. If is hoped
to get all the ladder games com
pleted by August 1st, after which
date a series of handicap tourna
ments will be arranged.   <
Mr. Bob Salter Still Alive
and Well
The many Anyox friends of Bob
Salter who was reported dead at
Halifax a short time ago will he
pleased to learn that he is very
muoh alive. In reply to a letter of
enquiry, Frank Hill received a
telegram from Mr. Salter himself
on Tuesday which was as follows:
''Please give me all information in
letter, have had several letters like
yours this last five weeks hut cannot account for any of them. Say
hello to all of the boys as f am still
alive."
O. Walstrom, of the well known
firm of Boyle Bros, diamond drillers
arrived in Alice Arm on Thursday.
Yesterday he gave a demonstration
of diamond drilling at the Wolf
mine near town, with a new kind of
drill, the smallest yet made. This
drill weighs only 140 pounds and
the rods weigh an additional 70
pounds. It is operated by a gasoline driven engine. It was especially designed by members of the
firm of Boyle Bros for operation by
prospectors.
Alice Arm Ready  To
Celebrate May 24th.
All plans have been made for the
big dance to be held at T. W. Falconer's hall tonight; also for the
tennis tournament and athletic
sports tomorrow.
Arrangements are in the hands of
the Alice Arm Athletic Association.
Over thirty players are expected
from Anyox to take part in the
tournament.
Join the happy throng tonight
and tomorrow and celebrate Empire
Day.
Letter Received From Public
Works Minister In Regard
To Petition
Anyox Golf Club will hold a two-
ball mixed foursome tournament
tomorrow, Sunday, May 24.
May 22nd. 1931
Alice Arm, B.C.
The Editor,
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald,
Alice Arm, B. C.
Dear Sir:
Will you please publish this copy
of letter received by Mr. Morris
Petersen, acting as Chairman of a
public meeting held by prospectors
and citizens of Alite Arm in protest
against the unfair way in which
government monies was spent in
Alice Arm. This letter from the
Minister of Public Works speaks
for itself.
Victoria, B. C.
May 15th. 1931
Morris Petersen Esq.
Alice Arm, B. C.
Dear Sir:
I have to acknowledge receipt of
your letter of May 7th. enclosing
petition signed by yourself and
others in your district in connection
with the opening up of certain
roads and trails.
I will be glad to discuss this
matter with the Honorable Minister
of Mines on my first opportunity.
I may also say that it is my in
tention to visit your district at as
early date as possible, and no
doubt I will then have an opportunity of going into the matter with
you more thoroughly,
In the meantime, I am asking for
a report from the Engineer in your
district in connection with the work
requested.
Yours faithfully,
P. M. BRUHN.
A party of thirty-three tennis
players will leave Anyox on Sun
day morning for a trip to Alice
Arm. The players have been
selected from the three tennis clubs
at Anyox. and will join in the
tournament being held at Alice
Arm.
Sixty-Six  Pupils  Pass
First Aid Exam.
The following sixty-six students
passed their examination tests in
First Aid in the reoent examin
ations:
Label: F. C. Graham.
Medallion: F. B. Faulkner, T.
W, Pinokney, W. Gibb, J. L. An
derson, R. L. Fox, A. Cameron, E.
Vulkovich, H. Elsmore, T. W.
Waterland.
Voucher: J. MacGregor, J. G.
Smith, R. T. Carrick, P. Powell,
R. A. Key, J. Bell, F. Watson, D.
Macdougall, J. MacConnachie, M.
Yurjevich. D. McKay, F. Davidson, J. Arscott, C. McMillan.
Certificate: V. J. Foss, D. Cavalier, R. G. Perkins, G. Hague, A.
Gillis, L. H. Wenerstromi L. Laur-
idson, M. P. McDonald, J. J. Cody,
A. Hadden, J. B. Wardrope, W. P.
Phillip. G. Anderson, W. Eeyer,
W. O. Boyoe, T. Hadden, L. B.
McPherson, T. Sand?rson, H. W.
Cane, G. Engstrom. J. Ferguson,
E. Swanson, J. Boyd, W.. Troun-
son. A. Alexander, L. Dornak, M.
Hecimovic, M. Svitas, A. Morrison,
V. S. Goodeve, Angus Morrison,
S. Grkavao, D. Grimsdick, M. Vuj
ovich, S. Gurkovich, M. Stefanik,
A. Strand, A. Granholm, J. McLeod, N. Dabanovich, D. J. Haws,
and M. Warden.
Three students did not pass, and
twelve did not take the examination.
Born to Mr. and Mrs- J. S.
Woods at the Anyox General Hospital, on Tuesday, May 19th. a son.
See "Monte Carlo" At
Theatre Tonight
"Monte Carlo" plays at the
Anyox Theatre, Saturday. It is
a picture that packs au abundance
of zestful amusement for every
member of the family, young or
old.
"Monte Carlo" is the tale of a
Countess who goes to the great
European gambling resort to
escape a possible marriage with a
Prince whom she cannot bring her
self to fall in love with. While she
is in Monte Carlo she becomes the
objective of a romantic heart of a
young and handsome Count who
finds it necessary to get a position
as her hairdresser in order to be
near her.
The fortunes of the Countess, the
Prince and the Count have been
carefully blended into a rich and
mirth provoking entirety by the
masterful directora! work of Ernst
Lubitsoh, who made "The Love
Parade." There are six sparkling
new songs in "Monte Carlo."
Mine and Smelter Draw
In Fast Football
Game
A splendid game of football was
played between the Celts and Mine
teams at the Ball ground on Tuesday. The Celts were strengthened
by the inclusion of Archie McDougall at left back, Curry moving
to outside right in place of J. McColl. The Mine team were at full
strength and 90on settled down to
play fast football. A penalty for
hands, taken by Morrison gave
them a lead for a short time, Arthur
Horner equalising for the Celts
shortly afterwards. Ivor Davies
put the Mine ahead with two goals
iu fairly quick succession, Musser
being unable to clear the ball on
each occasion. At half time the
score stood 3 1 in favor of the
Mine. Immediately after the
breather the Celts' goal had a
narrow escape, but Archie McDougall who played splendidly,
succeeded iu clearing the ball out
of the danger zone. The Celts
afterwards settled down to play
real good football, combining magnificently and shooting for goal at
every chance. Max Legg, who
was kept very busy in the Mine
goal was beaten by Doug MacConnachie bringing the score to 3 2,
the Mine went further ahead
through J Dixon. However, the
Celts continued to press, and Fred
Williams scored a brilliant goal
from twenty five yards out having
beaten one of the defense before
putting in a fast shot into the top
left hand corner of the goal. L.
Gillies brought the scores level,
olose on time, snapping up a weak
clearance by the Mine defence. A
large crowd attended this game
showing considerable enthusiasm
throughout. Final Score 4-4.
Next Week's Games:
Tuesday, Smelter versus Celts.
Thursday, Mine versus Celts.
Alice Arm Notes
Mr, and Mrs. W. Clark who arrived here from New Zealand last
spring left on Monday for Vancouver where they plan to reside.
J. Trinder left on Monday for
Stewart in connection with the
taking of the census next month.
J. Peacock, who has spent the
past seven months at Anyox Mine
arrived home on Saturday.
Ralph Ingraham arrived from
Anyox on Saturday. He recently
returned from a visit to his old
home in the State of Maine.
Dr. Learoyd arrived from Anyox
on Tuesday and left again on Wednesday. While here he made a
medical examination of the children
of the local school.
Miles Donald left on Monday for
Prince Rupert and returned on
Thursday. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,  May 23,   1931
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Ann and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $8.00
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $15,00
Laud Notices ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Canadian  Conversion
Loan Now Open
To Public
Official announcement is made
today of the terms ofthe Dominion
of Canada 1931 Conversion Loan.
This issue extends the opportunity
to holders of Dominion of Canada
War Loan and Victory Bonds now
approaching maturity to convert
their holdingainto bonds extending
over a further period of from 15 to
25 years, and marks what may
eventually prove to be the greatest
financial operation in the history of
Canada—the refunding of the
heavy volume of financial obligations incurred during the War
period.
The offer does not involve the
raising of any new money. Not a
penny will be added to the nation
al debt of Canada in consequence
of the 1931 Conversion Loan. It
is entirely a matter of exchanging
existing bonds for other bonds of
the Dominion. A total of more
than one billion dollars of bonds
reaches maturity within the next
3j years. This total is made up of
about Sf52,900,000 War Loan 5%
Bonds due October 1, 1931; $73,-
300,000 Renewel Loan 5j% Bonds
due November 1, 1932; $446,600,-
000 Victory Loan b\70 Bonds due
November 1,1933; and $512,000,
000 Victory Loan 5^% Bonds due
November 1, 1934.
Holders of bonds of these issues
are being given the opportunity of
continuing their investment over
a longer term in the direct obliga
tions of the Dominion Government.
They will not lose anything in the
way of interest payments or income tax exemption by exchanging
for bonds of the 1931 Conversion
Loan. It is explained that the new
bonds will carry coupons entitling
holders to receive up to the date
of the maturity of their bonds, the
same interest payments and tax
free privileges as they would enjoy
if they held tlieir War Loan or
Victory Bonds until the actual
date of maturity in each case- For
the remainder of the term of the
1931 Conversion Loan Bonds, they
will carry interest at the rate of
4i% per annum, which, in the
opinion of leading investment
bankers, is a comparatively generous return in view of the interest
rates now prevailing in the London
and New York markets.
Conversion applications are now
being invited up to a total of $250,-
000,000 of the new bonds. It is
announced, however, that the Min-
Would Send Fifty Prospectors North
Urging the importance of the
prospeotor as being the "pivot man
ofthe mining industry," Col. J. ¥1.
Leokie, well known Vancouver
mining engineer, figures that to
outfit a party of fifty prospectors
to go into Northern B.C. and
Yukon territories, where great
mineral areaa are definitely known
to exist, would cost no more than
$35,000.
Less   Wheat  Grown  This
Year On Prairie
The Manitoba Free Press orop
report states that lack of rainfall
and soil moisture are fairly general
on the prairie, necessitating delay
in wheat seeding in some sections
and threatening damage in areas
which are already planted.
The acreage sown to wheat is
approximately 21,000,000, a de
crease of 12% from last year.
Alberta leads in the decrease with
a 15% reduction.
Slocan Mine Producing Gold
Bricks
Nelson—Reno Gold produced a
$16,100 gold brick weighing 1427
ounces in April, reports Superintendent R. V. Neily. Mr. Neily
states that development on No. 4
level proceeded satisfactory during
the past mouth.
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Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
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(The Sailors love it)
GOLDEN GROVE
(The Doctors recommend it)
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LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not published  or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
"Our Blushing Brides"
On Tuesday Night
Joan Crawford's new starring
vehicle, "Our Blushing Brides,"
which shows Tuesday at the
Anyox Theatre, comes as near to
being a flawless talking picture as
can be exp;cted of the screen.
With a story of extraordinary in
terest, suspense and entertainment
value, a brilliant supporting cast
and the always original direction
of Harry Beaumont, the story is
unfolded and brought to an amazing climax without a moment's
let up in dramatic intensity.
There are really three plots in
one in this narrative of three girls
who in their desire to exchange
their humdrum existence as department store employees for some of
the luxuries of life choose the
easiest way with varied results.
The unusually beautiful settings
ranging all the way from a mod
ernistic cottage built in the top of
a tree out on an island to a brilliant outdoor fashion parade which
is topped off with an Albertina
Rasch ballet are a credit to the
MetroGoldwyn-Mayer scenio designers while a hand must be also
given to Adrian who created the
wide variety of fashions revealed
throughout the production.
ister of Finance reserves the right
to increase or decrease this amount
in his discretion.
Advertise in the Herald
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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
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About 300 Will be Employed
Ballasting Railway
Winnipeg, Man. More than
300 men will receive employment
this summer when ballasting operations on the Hudson Bay Railway
get under way on May lst.i A. A.
Tisdale, General Manager, Canadian National Railways, Western
Region, declared today. By July
1st. four steam shovels will be in
operation in the gravel pits supplying ballasting material for ballasting and for the preparation of
concrete. In all, a total of 975,000
cubic yards of gravel will be taken
out to be used iu ballasting, bank-
widening, right of way raising and
on elevator and dock sites.
Commercial failures' in Canada
for the first quarter lof 1931 were
736 against 789 for like period in
1930. Liabilities were about ?2,-
000,000.
A correspondent in a woman's
magazine declares that her baby
wriggles out of everything. A successful career as a politician seems
to be indicated.
Subscribe to the Herald
ALICE ARM
FREIGHTING
COMPANY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Paok Trains, Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contraot too Large or
too Small
MILES DONALD Manager
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Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papen
Post Ollice Building, Alice Arm
Dane
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Ladies' Hosiery
We are now in the position to satisfy even the most fastidious
lady in regard to her Hosiery Requirements.
Ladies' Chiffon Hosiery in all latest shades and prices at
$2.25 per pair.
Ladies' Silk Full Fashioned Hosiery at $1.90 per pair.
Ladies' Jenny Lind Full Fashioned Silk Hosiery   at
$1.40 per pair.
LEW LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox a
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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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   aud   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions,   A large stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER auc.a™
GENERAL MERCHANT
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Picture Show for 25c.
Commencing with the advent of the Talkies, which
date is August 30th., members of the Anyox Community League, will be allowed admission to one picture
show each month, on the presentation of their membership card, showing dues paid to date, for the price of
25c.   This arrangement to be in lieu of past free show.
FREE SERVICES TO MEMBERS ARE:
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
To keep these going we need your membership and your patronage
BUY   AT  THE LEAGUE
COUNTER
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AN OPPORTUNITY TO HOLDERS OF BARtY MATURING
CANADIAN GOVERNMENT BONDS
TO EXTEND THE TERM OF THEIR INVESTMENT IN
THE PREMIER SECURITY IN CANADA
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GOVERNMENT OF THE
DOMINION OF CANADA
1931 CONVERSION LOAN
Tbt Minister of Finance of the Dominion of Canada offers to holders of tbe undernoted Dominion issues As
privilege of exchanging their bonds into longer dated issues, in the following
terms and under the following conditions:
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This oiler affords to holders of bonds eligible for conversion, <f|
the same interest payment and tax-free privileges, for the life
of and as contained in the present bonds, and the opportunity
of extending the term of the investment at 4\i% per annum.
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WAR LOAN 5% BONDS MATURING 1st OCTOBER, 1931—Holders of these bonds have the
privilege of exchanging into bonds maturing 1st
November, 1956, bearing interest from 1st April,
1931. The first coupon will be for six months'
tax-free interest at the rate of 5% per annum payable 1st October, 1931; the second coupon will
be for seven months' interest at the rate of 4 % %
per annum payable 1st May, 1932; thereafter to
maturity interest will be payable half-yearly at
4yi% per annum.
RENEWAL LOAN iyi% BONDS MATURING
1st NOVEMBER, 1932—Holders of these bonds
have the privilege of exchanging into bonds maturing 1st November, 1957, bearing 4yi% interest
payable half-yearly from 1st May, 1931. There
will also be attached to these bonds three
adjustment-coupons payable respectively on 1st
November, 1931* and 1st May and November,
1932, for additional interest at the rate of 1%
per annum.
VICTORY LOAN 9}i% BONDS MATURING
1st NOVEMBER, 1933—'Holders of these bonds
have the privilege of exchanging into bonds
maturing 1st November, 1958, bearing 4yi%
interest payable half-yearly from 1st May, 1931;
The first five interest coupons, being those to and
including 1st November, 1933, will be tax-free.
There will also be attached to these bonds five
tax-free adjustment-coupons payable respectively
on 1st November, 1931, and 1st May and November, 1932 and 1933, for additional interest at the
rate of 1% per annum.
VICTORY LOAN 5 yi% BONDS MATURING 1st
NOVEMBER, 1934—Holders of these bonds have
the privilege of exchanging into bonds maturing
1st November, 1959, bearing 4]4% interest payable half-yearly from 1st May, 1931. There will also
be attached to these bonds seven adjustment-coupons payable respectively on 1st November, 1931,
and 1st May and November, 1932,1933 and 1934,
for additional interest at the rate of 1% per annum;
Conversion applications in tbe terms of the foregoing are invited to a total of $250,000,000.   Tbe Minister tf
Finance reserves, however, the right to increase or decrease this amount at his discretion.
Subscriptions will be received and receipts issued by any branch in Canada of any Chartered Bank and by
recognised Canadian Bond Dealers and Stock Brokers, from whom may be obtained application
forms and copies of tbe official prospectus containing complete details of tbe loan.   Applications will not be valid on forms other than those printed by the King's Printer.
Tbe subscription lists to tbe foregoing will open on Hth May, 1931, and will close on or before 23rd May, 1931,
at tbe discretion of the Minister of Finance.
Department or Finance,
Ottawa, Uth May, 1931; ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,  May 23,   1931
Excellent Acting and Singing
Surprise Large Audiences
Continued from page 1
the ward) and William Pinckney,
(Anna's admirer) surprised everybody by their fine acting and danc
ing. Kathleen Eve played her
difficult part as a stout lady with
skill, as did Bud Sheen, who was
"Hiram Sharp, Chairman of Committee of Creditors," his songs
receiving well merited applause.
. In the second act were many outstanding items, Jean Keith as
Dolores, deserves much praise for
her excellent singing of "Cariss-
ima" her fine voice being heard to
advantage. Two most difficult
parts, Natalie and Lugubrio Sobini
enabled Miss Eleanor Ormrod and
Ray Roberts to show their skill,
their acting receiving considerable
applause. Dancing honors went to
Miss Hannah Simpson and Jimmy
Elliott whose two numbers were
spendidly carried out. A great
laugh was raised when two "Gobs"
(played by Ken Hunter and Maurice Abel) appeared on the scene in
Act 3. Jean Pinckney sang her
song "The Tale of a Mermaid"
very nicely. "The Sailor's Hornpipe" danced by athletic members
of the High School neatly attired
as Sailorettes deserved the encore
called for.
Reg. Key was good as Garabaldi
Panatella, and Archie Milne as
Carambo Maldinado made a fine
Corsican duelist. It would be impossible to mention all those who
took part, the cast being so large,
but nevertheless individually and
collectively the members of the
cast deserve a whole lot ot praise
for their splendid efforts. Once
ag-iin the Anyox Amateur Orchestra rendered valuable assistance.
Although the Recreation Hall was
not filled to capacity on either
night, due no doubt to the present
industrial conditions, it is hoped the
Elks will have a substantial amount
for the good cause for which the
show was put»on.
Great credit is due to Mr. C. H.
Lewis, who is certainly an expert
in transforming practically green
performers into finished artists on
short notice.
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Celts Again Win From
Smelter
A fast game of football was
played on Thursday, May 14th.
between the Celts and Smelter
teams, resulting in a win for the
former by four goals to nil. The
attendance was larger than ever
and the fans were treated to some
fine football. The Smelter had the
advantage of the slope in the
ground for the first half and made
many dangerous attacks on their
opponents' goal.
The Celts, however, were combining better and gradually asserted
themselves. Only one goal was
scored in the first half, when Arthur
Horner beat Hunter with a swift
left foot shot.
After the interval the game was
'almost one-sided, the Celts playing
splendidly together and kept their
opponents' goalie very busy.    In-
Aioliie McDougall returned
homo on Monday from Vancouver,
where he has been attending the
British Columbia University.
P, Zinkovioh arrived ou Monday
from Vancouver.
Mrs. J. Salmon arrived home
from a trip to Prince Rupert on
Monday.
Claude Elgood arrived from Vancouver on Wednesday and has
joined the staff of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce,
Arrivals from Prince Rupert on
Monday, included W. G. Metcelfe,
D. J. Muir, J. Cloke, H. E. Gould-
orne, D. Molver, G. E. Gulick and
D. McLean.
Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Brayfield
left on Monday For Stewart and
returned on Wednesday.
H. M. Selfe was a passenger to
Stewart on Monday.
Mr. and C. H. Lewis who conducted "The Beauty Shop" left on
Monday for Prince Rupert.
D. McKenzie left on Monday's
boat on a visit to England.
Mr. and Mrs. Carrick left on
Thursday on a visit to the south.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Plumb arrived
home on Wednesday from Vancouver.
G. A. Donnelly arrived from
Vancouver on Wednesday.
J. A.  Anderson,  superintendent
of Public Works Department, ar
rived home frotii a visit to  various
northern points on Wednesday.
H   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED  OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion ol 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
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from $200 to
$500
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
To all COAL operators and
dealers
NOTICE
By Proclamation, the 1st. of July, 1931,
has been fixed as the date on which the
"Coal Sales Act," passed at the last
session of the British Columbia Legislature, shall become effective.
Any operator or dealer desiring information regarding the operation of said Act,
should apply forthwith to
THE HONORABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES
Victoria, B.C.
For Results,  Advertise  in the
Herald
fr
In spite of the showery weather
a large number of people availed
themselves of the opportunity to
spend a few hours at Larcom Island on Sunday last. The trip
was arranged by the Community
League and the Granby Company
generously provided transportation
facilities.
The committee in charge of the
Oddfellows' dance have made prep
arations for a real good time for
everybody at the Gymnasium on
Monday night. A real big crowd
is anticipated. The new Victor
orchestra will supply the music.
fringements of the rules became
frequent close to the Smelter goal
area. From one free kick, Homer,
to whom the ball was passed, shot
through. Allen put the Celts further ahead with a very fast cross
shot that kept very low and gave
Hunter no chance at all.
Doug. MacConnachie completed
the scoring with a first time effort
from an accurate centre by Gillies.
J. Dixon refereed the game.
REMNANTS
3 lbs. Prints $1.00; 3 lbs. Silk,
Velvets or Cretonnes $1.50. Agents,
dealers wanted. A McCreery Co.,
Chatham, Ontario.
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
1   Drug Department   |[
KODAK VERICHROME FILM
This new Kodak film is double coated, gets the picture under any light condition, gives
a negative which is opague instead of transparent and a picture unmarred by "haze."
The price is slightly higher than the price on the old style film.
Small sizes, per roll 30c. and 35c.
Large sizes, per roll Boo.
The new Verichrome Film is a wonderful innovation.      A trial will convince.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Fugilk—a new material with a smooth soft finish suitable for tennis frocks.     Colors
mauve, green and blue.   Price per yard, 50c.
36 inch spun silk very good quality.   Suitable for dresses or suits.   Colors navy, maize,
light green, dark green and white.   Price per yard, 85c.
Plain Rayon suitable for lingerie.   Colors maize, white, black and peach.     Price per
yard, 55c.
Brocade rayon    Colors deep rose, peach and maize.   Suitable for pillows or lingerie.
Price per yard 95c. and $L00.
Shoe Dept
:.  UMPIRE    :
A real sturdy shoe for sports or holiday
wear. The upper is made of strong
khaki duck, with sun tan facings, instep
straps and ankle patch. Look for the
rugged toe reinforcements, and the
heavy sole construction.
Boys' sizes 1 to 5. Prioe $2.00
Youths' sizes 11 to 13. Price $1.75
Hardware Dept
Wash Mops 65o. and 75c.
Scrub Brushes 25c. up.-
Pot Scrubs 10c
Galvanized Pails 75c. up
Galvanized Tubs- •. .$2.25, $2.50, $2.75.
Corn Brooms $1.00.
O'Cedar Mops $2.00.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
■    -SHIRTS   -    -
Men's Collar Attached Shirts.   A wide variety of fancy patterns and plain colors,
made from good quality broadcloths.
Manufactured by Tooke Bros., the shirts have the well known "Smart Set" collar,
made with a special webbing whioh prevents easy creasing.
All Sizes.   Prices Range From $2.25 Up.
I
GRANBY   STORES

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