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 A little paper   j
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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VOL. 10,   NO.   45
Alice Arm, B. O, Saturday, May 2, 1931
5 cents each.
Chamber of Mines Hold
Annual Meeting
Tha annual meeting and election
of officers of the Alice Arm branch
of the B. C. Chamber of Mines,
was held in the Club House on
Monday evening.
In the absenoe of President 0.
Evindsen, the meeting was conducted     by    Vice-President    M.
Petersen.
There was a  good   attendance
and considerable business was
transacted. Following the reading of the minutes of the previous
meeting, the financial report was
read by secretary A. D- Yorke,
when it was revealed that a balance of $277.43 was on hand in the
bank.
It was decided that members
who had previously paid a $5.00
membership fee should not be
further assessed this year, but new
members would be oharged $1.00
to obtain membership for the present year,
The new officers elected for the
ensuing year, are: President, M.
Petorsen; Vice-President, E. Moss,
Secretary-Treasurer, A. D. Yorke:
Executive Committee, Neil Forbes
and Gus Anderson.
Following a discussion in regard
I to stocking several   lakes in the
district   with   fish,  the secretary
was instructed to obtain  the nec-
, essary information for presentation
at a future meeting.
The secretary was also instructed
to forward a letter of condolence to
to Mr. Frank Woodside, manager
of the B. C. Chamber of Mines,
Vancouver, who recently lost his
only son.
It was decided that meeting's be
held more regularly than in the
past.
Skiing  Enjoyed  By   Alice
Arm Enthusiasts
During the last two week-ends a
group of young people in Alice Arm
have indulged in a sport, which
around here, and at this time of the
year is somewhat of a novelty, that
Sf skiing. To them, the snow clad
hills looked too enticing to be resisted any longer, so they began to
hunt around for skis. Three pairs
were procured locally. As six pairs
were needed, three had to be made.
So for a week they were busy during the evenings, shaping, grooving and steaming them. Eventually
they were finished. The weather
was perfect, and they simply revelled in the warm sun and in the
thrill of sliding swiftly down the
white hills of snow.
All admitted that it was no soft
job packing the skis to their destination, but the good time fully compensated the hard hike.
The snow is now too soft for
further indulgence, but next year
will see them at it stronger than
ever.
Anyox Gardeners Are
Getting Results
Muoh interest is being taken by
Anyox residents in their gardens
this year. The A.C.L. will eu-
oourage the efforts of the amateur
gardeners by offering prizes for
the, gardens previously cultivated,
for the greatest improvement in
any yard not previously oultivated,
and forthe best window or verandah box display. The prizes will
be well worth winning. Already
some of the bushes are presenting
a pleasing appearance. Bushes
have been pruned and some plants
put in. Jimmy Dunn has his gar
den in good shape and will again
have a show of nice plants and
beautiful flowers. Ed.'Ashton's
garden at the rear of the hospital
is a fine sight just now. It is laid
out in three banks, each being a
blaze of color of Hyacinths, Tulips
and Daffodils. The garden in
front of-the Pioneer Hotel has
been receiving the expect attention
of Mrs. A. H. Stewart and looks
very nice. Last year the boxes
near the hotel were a sight for
those people who say flowers can't
grow in Anyox, and no doubt this
year there will be another splendid
display.
A Show You Cannot Afford
To Miss
The training of the large cast
for the big musical comedy, "The
Beauty Shop," which is being
sponsored by the Anyox Elks'
Lodge, and is under the direction
of Mr. and Mis. C. H. Lewis of
Chicago is now well advanced.
"The Beauty Shop" will be by
far the biggest show ever staged iu
Anyox, and no pains will be spared
to make it a gigantic success.
Over forty local artists will be in
the oast, and over two hundred
costumes will he used. A large
amount of scenery will also be
used. I
This is the first time a show of
such magnitude has been staged in
Anyox, and you simply cannot
afford to miss it. The funds de
rived from it by the Elks will be
devoted to the Children's Flag
Day celebration on August 4th.
Keep the dates May 14 and 15
open.
Miss  Blakey's Sister Wins
Big Scholarship
Miss Dorothy Blakey, who is a
sister of Miss K. Blakey of Anyox,
was recently successful in winning
the most valuable scholarship open
to women in Canada, namely, the
$1250 travelling scholarship award
ed by the Canadian Federation of
University Women. Miss Blak
ey's picture was reoently published
in the Daily Province, and her sister is justly proud of her aohieve
ment.
Large Number Enjoyed
Splendid Variety
Concert
A very successful variety concert was held in the Recreation
Hall, under the auspices of the
Christ Church Vestry. An audience of over two hundred attending to enjoy the varied items given
by some of the best local talent.
The program was opened by the
Anyox Amateur Orchestra with
"Light Cavalry." Other over
tures played by the orchestra were
"Songs from the Old Folks," "Hallelujah Chorus" and "Gems of J.
L. Molloy." All of which were
excellently rendered and loudly
applauded. Mr. C. P. Ashmore's
song was nicely sung and well
received. Mrs. Dunn's pleasing
voice was heard to advantage with
"Caller Herrin" a number that was
deservedly encored, the encore
being "My ain wee house."
Two excellent dance items were
included in the program. The first
"Recipe de 1' Amour,'" nicely carried
out by Misses Vera Eve, Kathleen
iEve, Teresa Gordon, Teresa O'
Neill and Mrs. G. S. Macdonald,
led by Miss Hannah Simpson. The
item, was very popular and the
audience applauded for an encore.
The second dance, Flirtation
Waltz "Then," featured by Mrs,
G. S. Macdonald and Miss Vera
Eve, and "Now" depicting the
"Old Woman who lived in a Shoe,
was wonderfully executed by the
dance chorus led by Miss Simpson
whose singing was excellent. Shirley McRae's solo dance "Rose to
my Love" was very pretty and the
encore was exquisite. Miss McRae
improves wonderfully with each
appearance and is a talented dan
cer.
J. Tierney's dance, "Lancashire
Hornpipe," received an enoore
that was also well received.
Fred. Bradshaw's fine baritone
voice was heard to advantage with
"Glorious Devon." followed by
"Ships that pass in the Night.'
Mrs. J. Plumb and WalterStenton
sang a humorous duet entitled,
"The Naggletons" and for their
excellent singing were loudly
applauded for an encore. The
talented singers obliging with
"Sympathy," which was also de-
lightfully sung.
Mrs. T. W. Pinokney, whose beau,
tiful voice is always a treat to
hear, sang "The Sweetest Story
ever Told" and of course the number brought prolonged applause
calling for a second song that was
also beautifully sung.
The best item on the program
was a sketoh in two acts, entitled,
"The Worm Has Turned." Ed
Yard played the part of henpecked
John Henry Swodger, and was
excellently supported by Mrs. H.
R. Patrick as Mrs. Swodger. Nan
Dunn (Alonzo Swodger) and May
Barclay (Penelope Swodger) also
Anyox Moose Hold Social
Evening
On Wednesday, April 22nd the
L.O.O.Moose held a very pleasant
social evening after installing their
officers for this term.
Light refreshments were served
and a very fine program of vocal
and instrumental music was enjoyed by all present.
The members of the Moose Lodge
wish to take this opportunity to
thank all those who assisted in the
program, among whom were: Mrs.
S. A. Pynn, Mrs. V. S. McRae,
Mrs. T. P. O'Brien, Mrs. T. Pinokney, Miss Dora Peterson, Miss
Maisie Evans, Mr. V. S. McRae,
Mr. S. Mcintosh, Mr. F. Heppler,
Mr. W.' Stenton, Mr. J. Peel, Mr.
Anderson aud Mr. J. G. H.
Vine.
A great deal of oredit is due the
social committee for the very
capable manner in which they
oarried out their duties.
Attempts Suicide On Steamer
Prince George
A tragedy almost occurred last
week aboard" the steamship Prince
George, when Walter McKenzie
slashed his throat three times
with a razor just as the ves
sel was docking at Stewart. As
soon as he had committed the act
McKenzie rang for a steward, who
on entering the stateroom found
the man unconscious and covered
with blood.' He was taken to
Stewart hospital, and latest reports were that hopes are held for
his recovery.
McKenzie is said to have been in
Anyox about five weeks and was
employed for a short period. He
is about thirty years of age and
his father is living at Smithers.
Anyox Tennis  Tournament
Date Changed
As the Alice Arm Athletic Club
will celebrate May 24th with a
tournament, the A.C.L. Tennis
Club have decided to change the
date of their first tournament to
May 10th, and thus leave the 24t)i
open for Anyox players to visit
Alice Arm and join in thoir cele
brations. The A. C. L. Tennis
tournament will be a mixed doubles
one. The tennis courts look fine
after their coat of paint and have
been used quite a lot lately dua to
the wonderful weather.
acted their parts extremely well.
The item kept the house in fits of
laughter and received prolongsd
applause from the audience.
The Rev. J. S. Brayfield wishes
to thank all who helped to make
the concert such a success.
Mr.  J.   Larson's Marriage
Surprises Friends
Mr. Jens Larson sprang a surprise on his many friends of Alice
Arm on Monday when his wife
arrived from Denmark. This
is not, however, the first visit of
Mrs. Larson to Alice Arm. She
spent some time here two years
ago, when she was Miss Anna
Hedegaard. At that lime she was
honored as one of the delegates
sent by the Danish Hospital Nurses
Association to attend the big International Nurses' Convention at
Montreal. She visited Mr. Larson
here, and on August 5th. 1929 they
were quietly married at the residence of Rev. Otto R. Karlstrom,
pastor of the Swedish Lutheran
Church, Vancouver.
Following the marriage, Mrs.
Larson returned to Denmark to
complete her hospital duties and
before leaving Europe travelled
extensively in England and France.
The secret of the marriage was not
revealed until Mrs. Larson arrived
at Alice Arm on Monday.
New Anglican Church Is
Opened For Worship
The new Anglican Church at
Alice Arm was opened for worship
on Sunday by Rev. W. B. Jennings.
Holy Communion was held at 10
a.m., Sunday School at 11 a.m.
Evening Service at 7.30 p.m.
The Church was filled by a large
congregation at the evening service. An appropriate sermon was
preached by Rev. Jennings, which
was very much enjoyed.
Following the service, a vestry
meeting was held, at which T. W.
Falconer and J. Trinder were reelected churchwardens and Mrs. J.
Trinder was elected to attend the
Synod of the Anglican Church to
be held at Prince Rupert this summer.
The new Church has a very
pleasing appearance and reflects
great credit on those responsible
for the raising of the necessary
funds during these depressed times.
Advertise in the Herald
Anyox Lodge, No. 47, B.P.0.
Elks, Presents the
MUSICAL COMEDY
"The Beauty
Shop"
Thursday, Friday, May
14-'15th.
RECREATION HALL
Tbe biggeit jMbj of iu kind ever tttaplej
toe, featuring t cut of forty local trtiiU,
GENERAL ADMISSION
$1.00
Curtain Rises 8. IS p.m. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday,  May 2,   1931
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every .Saturday at Alice Ann
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Islos and United States, $:i(K)
Notioes for Grown Grants -   -   $15,00
Land Notices ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per incli
Contract Bates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Breezy Notes of Parliamentary Activities
Government Swings Axe On
Expenditures
Ottawa, April 25; (Special to
the Herald). Parliamentary estimates for the current fiscal year
have been submitted and show a
curtailment of $37,327,754 in
national expenditure as a result of
the program of economy enforced
upon his ministers by Premier
Bennett. Out of a total division of
42 spending services reductions
have been made in 33. The only
uoteable increases are for pensions
and in the votes to aid agriculture.
The economics which have been
effected will be somewhat counteracted in the supplementary estimates, where provision will have to
be made for the new Old Age Pensions policy under which the
Federal Government will assume
practically the entire cost or
operation. In the current year it
is expected that the expsnditures
under this heading will run to
over §20,000,000. The sum could
not be included in the main estimates as it is necessary to put
through the legislation under which
it will be distributed before a vote
is made.
The same factor holds with regard to government aid to technical education and to national highways, two items which will
probably swell the total outlay by
approximately $4,000,000.
On the same item of doing away
official automobiles, it appears the
Government will save net some
$450,000.
Disturbances in the civil service
have been few, apart from the Interior Department where transfer
of natural resources to the Prairie
Provinces wiped out probably 500
positions.
Don't Miss "The Bishop
Murder Case" To-
Night, May 2nd.
For those of our movie going
public who prefer a good, scary,
hair-raising mystery drama to a
romance, any old day, there is a
treat in store at the Anyox Theatre where Metro-Gold wyn-Mayeris
presenting an adaption of S. S.
Van Dine's popular thriller, "The
Bishop Murder Case."
The new all-talking mystery film
has all the requisites for giving its
audiences creeps and shivers, including an auspicious opening in
which a man is found with an
arrow through his heart after
which the three men whom you
most easily .suspect as being impli
cat.ed in the crime are also made
off with, which lets them out.
Who did do the killing is of
course finally revealed but the film
has been effectively put together
and its sequences built up that
when the denouement comes in the
final reels, it is quite logically car
ried out and the audience does not
feel that something has been' put
over on it.
The picture is photographically
effective and is by far the best of
the lot of movie thrillers which
have enamated from Hollywood to
the immense satisfaction of those
whose greatest pleasure is having
chills run up the spinal column.
Electric Consumption Shows
Increase
Victoria, April 25. The output
of the central electric stations of
British Columbia last year was
1.158.761 thousands of kilowatt
hours as compared with 1,077,127
thousands for 1929. The increase
in the last quarter of 1930 was
particularly noticeable amounting
to about 80 percent of the gain for
the whole year. December created
a new monthly record for the
province.
The deficit of Canadian Nationa
Railways for the past year runs to
$29,219,739 with additions to come
from marine operations and from
maritime differential in freight
rates.
Results of The Two Ball Aggregate Golf
.   Tournament, April 19th.
Over 1,600,000 lhs. ot salmon were
caught In the coastal waters and
rivers ot Quebec last year, or 615,-
000 lbs. more than in 1929.
Potato shipments trom Halifax
are now over tor the season and
have been declared to be the biggest in the history of the port.
Illustrating the growth of tourist travel into Canada, 98,609 foreign cars entered Canada In 1920,
while In 1930 the total was 5,409,-
458.
At the end of February of this
year, official registration of radio
sets In Canada totalled 505,758, an
increase of 81,612 over the similar
period of last year.
Cadmium, a by-product obtained
in the production of zinc, was produced for the first time in Canada
early in 1928 at Trail, B.C. Used
for plating purposes demand tor it
has increased very rapidly.
The Province of New hi niiswloli's
largest bond issue was sold at the
most favorable price in 25 years
when a bid of 99.438 was accepted
for $5,215,000 4y2 per cem. 30-year
bond issue, making the interest cost
to the province 4.52 per cent.
New bridges to span the St. Lawrence and other riverB are to be
built by the Quebec Government
this year at a cost of $8,000,000.
They will be built at points that
will link up the highways in the
pro" nee Into a whole.
First large cattle consignment to
move east since Novembe-, 15 cars
or 322 head of cattle for export to
Great Britain, left Winnipeg by special Canadian Pacific train which
totalled 37 cars of stock, including
22 cars for eastern Canada pointa.
A single British Columbia Sitka
spruce may contain 8,000 to 10,000
feet board measure of lumber. Lumber used in building an ordinary
five-or-six-roomed frame house is
estimated at 15,000 feet, hence two
good-sized Sitka spruce trees would
suffice for the house.
Crowds estimated at 500,000 people watched the Empress of Britain
sail down the Clyde from her birthplace at Clydebank to undergo
trials. The ship was escorted by
six tugs, a police launch and six
airplanes. This $15,000,000 ship
was built for a speed of 24 knots
and has already done 26 knots in
preliminary trials.
Ten minutes terminal stop at St
Ignace, Ont., and a chance greeting
between G. C. Hay and William
Ardell, Canadian Pacific mechanic,
spanned 45 years of separation and
silence between Ardell and his family. It appeared in conversation
that Hay was Ardell's nephew and
the latter will now visit his family
ln Vancouver whom he has not
Been for nearly half-a-century.
The Bay of Fundy steamer Prin-
cesse Helene will have her first
summer season this year and with
the opening in June of the Lakeside Inn, new C. P. R. hotel at Yarmouth, heavy tourist traffic is looked for through Saint John from
both the United States and Canada.
The Cornwallis Inn at Kentville
and the Pines at Digby will also
attract a large influx of visitors.
(731)       ,
Sawmills   Working  Short
Time
A total of 342 mills reporting to
the West Coast lumbermen's Association for the week ending April
4, operated at 40.66 per cent of
capacity as compared with 42.07
per cent, of capacity for the preced
ing week and 71.23 per cent, of
capacity during the same week last
year.
Jack Be Nimble—"I'd like to
print a kiss on your cheek."
Bo-Peep— "'You're not the right
type."
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1. H. Cathro-]. McColl
1, J. Moffatt-Jas. Hutchison
3. D. McConachie-F. Mattix
4. J. McConachie-D. MacLeod
5. H. M. Selfe-VV. Wharton
6. C. O. Fricker-J. M. Bass
7. A. W. Gigot-F. T. Larson
8. M. J. Sheen-F. S. McNicholas
9. J. Grigg-G. H. Stewart
10. D. Roy-T. W. Cavers
11. F. F. Brown-B. M. Buck
12. J. L. Stewart-C. Cundill
13. R. Taylor-L. H. Wenerstrom
14. W. R. Lindsay-R. O. Cutler
15. W. Simpson-J. Dunn
16. S. Peters-E. G. Brown
In the playoff for first place Cathro
winning from Moffatt and Hutchison.
Gross
189
189
203
207
209
208
222
223
222
227
220
221
230
234
237
235
Handicap
54
54
54
54
54
42
54
54
52
54
45
45
54
51
54
33
Net
135
135
149
153
155
166
168
169
170
173
175
176
176
183
183
202
and McColl were successful in
Canadian finance (Winnipeg)
remarks: "Every mining propos
ition is headed for total extinction."
Not exactly- Every mineral deposit will utimately be exhausted,
.but there is no reason why a mining company cannot live forever.
The oldest corporation on earth is
a Swedish mining concern. When
one deposit is exhausted, it mines
elsewhere.
A woman whose housewifely
feats were always pushed to the
limit of endurance and strength
was observed to change her rou
tine.
'No, I've let up a little on doin'
my work that way." she admitted.
"I've found that I can't wash, iron
and be a Christian all in one day."
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. ClimmingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Ann
1DDC
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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
&
u&
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
profit
ISN'T  IT   WORTH   CONSIDERING?
We will gladly write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage $
ALICE   ARM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD,  Saturday, May 2, 1931
Government   Assisting  Unemployed
Victoria, April 25—Since the
middle of March some 28 municipalities have entered into additional
agreements with the Provincial
Government under the "Unemployment Relief Aot, 1930." This will
oover public works and undertakings to cost approximately $332,-
000 and means that the employment involved will be well distributed.
British  Columbia's   Biggest
Tree Was Monster
Victoria, April 26.-Brit.Bh Columbia lumbermen hold that the
biggest tree ever cut in this province was a Douglas Fir in Lynn
Valley which was 417 feet in
height, and measured 300 feet to
the first limb. It was 25 feet in
diameter, 77 in oiroumference, and
was believed to be about 2.000
years old. The "Canada Lumberman" questions whether any tree
grown in future, except as a botanical specimen will ever surpass this
in size, since no lumbering firm
could afford to let a tree grow to
such age.
Total estimated revenues ot tbe
province of New Brunswick for
1931 Is set at $6,302,821 according
to the financial estimates presented
in tbe provincial legislature recently by the provincial secretary-
treasurer in his sixth budget
speech.
When H. R. H. the Trlnce of
Wales opens the British Trade Fair
at Buraos Aires, March 14, his
address will be broadcast throughout Canada by the combined efforts
o! ihe Canadian Pacific and Cana-
('•'n Marconi companies. Th*
' "imdcast will start about one p.m.
hiistprn Standard Time and will
lust between 20 and 30 minutes.
Inauguration of air service between Saint John and Halifax occurred recently when a Fairchild
V :inp of the Canadian Airways left
lie New Brunswick city with paa-
PMipers and express for the Nova
Sooth metropolis. The trip of 126
mi'"s woa made in an hour and a
half.
"in m«t parts of western Caa-
r in if win ask a business man m
ir< Bpnnral conditions in bis locality,
ihi> answer you receive in a »ur-
pvUlnv number of instances Is that
i'i-v are better than people in the
pn.'t Pepin to think and that sign*
of liniirovenient are by no cleans
wntinc" was the summary of
im|(rj"<sl!iriB of his Just concluded
i.-,-!pr;i imir by E W Beatty. chair-
jviui lint nreoldent of the Canadian
1 Hi'llio Kiillnay.
Advertise in the Herald
At the fifth corn show held recently under the auspices of the
Saskatchewan Corn Growers' Association, one of the finest exhibits
of corn in tha history of Western
Canada was on display. The show
was held in preparation for tbe
World's Grain Exhibition and Conference at Regina ln 1932, and many
entries in the corn classes of the
latter may be expected from the
farmers of Western Canada. A
total of $19,000 is being offered in
cash prizes in the different classes
(or corn.
Snowshoers from many parts of
Canada and tbe United States gath.
sred at Quebec City at the end of
January to participate In the 18-
nile Snowshoers Marathon and International Championship Races.
The Mayor of Quebec held a recep-
:ion for the ladies' clubs at the
Chateau Frontenac where a Canadian supper was later served to the
rlsitors. The Chateau Forntenao
ivas also headquarters of the officials throughout the convention,
rhlch included ice canes races on
the St Lawrence and exhibitions
on Dufferin Terrace.
New   Mask  Stops   Miner's
Lung Disease
The most striking step taken in
the prevention of silicosis—a miner's lung disease caused by dust,
has been the adoption of the Bui-
mer air mask by the Government of
Ontario, according to Dr. Patrick
Hefferman in a current issue of a
health publication. "Workmen
use it readily and declare that they
feel fresher at the end of a work
shift than without it." Thus, some
consider, one of the greatest
health menaces in tbe mining industry has been subdued.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FIRE OLD NAVY
(Ask the Sailors)
GOLDEN GROVE
(Ask the Doctors)
Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not published  or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
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Ladies' Clothing
We carry at all times a complete stock of Ladies Wearing
Apparel, including Pyjamas and Underwear
Ladies' Pyjamas in all colors and sizes.   Regular Price
$3.75, now selling at $3.00 per suit.    A great bargain
you cannot afford to miss
We have a large stock of Ladies' Rayon Silk Underwear
in all the latest shades, at $1.85 per suit.
LEW LUN & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
Horses  Are  Increasing   In
British Columbia
Victoria, April 25—The number
of horses in the province dropped
from 66,183 in 1929 to 65,083 in
1930. Officials of the Department
of Agriculture, however, observe in
the general world depression a tendency in many districts to abandon
tractors and return to horses. At
least, high quality draft horses
have been bringing good prices
lately, and four carloads were recently shipped from the Interior to
Vancouver to meet buyers' de
mands.
She must be an optician's daugh
ter   for two glasses make her a
spectacle.
NESTLE'S
-^iSJ) MILK
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]SjESTLiVS...the
' world's standard of
quality... sold in every
country on earth . . .
relied onbymothersand
housewives throughout
theglobe. Pure, safeand
healthful, Nestle"s Milk
is especially valuable to
growing children . . .
just pure cow's milk
from selected herds with
useless water removed
... then sterilized and
sealed in airtight tins.
Delicious in beverages
and in cooking and
baking.
BABY size
NESTLES—\V<>rWsLargestProducers and
Sellers of Condensed and Evaporated Milk.
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RICH—CREAMY—HEALTHFUL
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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T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL MERCHANT
Alice Arm
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IN.APPRECIATION OF A GREAT VICTORY
A thoughtful presentation took place Wednesday night at the banquet tendered in Montreal to the
*» Canadiens Hockey Team, winners of the Stanley Cup for the second time in succession and which
ia emblematic of the Professional Hockey championship of the World.
In appreciation of retaining the trophy in Canada and for the splendid showing made by the
individual players of the team, the Gillette Safety Razor Company of Canada, Limited, presented each
member of the team with a beautiful Razor and complete shaving outfit. Each get was imprinted with
the individual's name in gold leaf lettering.
The presentation was made by Mr. J. S. Lavene, Managing Director of the Company who said
"I do not know of a better way to show our appreciation of the very fine performance of the Canadiens
team this season — it is indeed a privilege and a pleasure to do onr bit by presenting to each player
a Gillette Safety Razor."
Photograph shows Mr. Lavene presenting gift to Howie Morenz, the great scintillating star, while
Cecil Hart, manager of the successful team, looks on.
Herald Ads. Will Bring You Business
y ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, May 2,  1931
ALICE ARM NOTES
t
Ted Kergin, who has spent the
past few months in Vancouver,
taking an engineering course in
Deisel oil engines arrived home on
Monday.
M. Santel, who since last summer has resided at Anvox, arrived
in town on Thursday.
Angus McLeod. who has been in
charge of operations at the Tidewater Molybdenum property left
on Wednesday for Vancouver.
Operations have been suspended at
the property, for a time at least.
Mr. Rivers, who was in charge of
the cookhouse at the Tidewater
Molybdenum also left on Wednesday for Victoria.
The Alice Arm Athletic Association will hold a Hard Times Card
Party at the Club House this evening. A silver collection will be
taken.    Everybody welcome.
The monthly business meeting
of the W. A. of St. Michael's Church
Alice Arm, will be held in the
Club House on Tuesday, May 5th-
at 3 p.m. Everybody Welcome.
S. K. Evindsen,
Secretary-Treasurer
l      ANYOX NOTES      I
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T. J. Vincent, L. G. W. Talla-
moy and A. Glenday arrived from
Vancouver on Monday.
Mrs. J. Kruzick arrived home on
Monday from a visit to Vancouver.
J. N. Bennett, C. E. Walsh, H.
DeWolfe arrived on Monday from
Prince Rupert.
Sam Jabour, representing the
Sun Life Assurance Co. arrived in
town on Monday from Prince Rupert.
Geo. E. Woodland, representing
the Imperial Oil Company, arrived
o'n Monday from Prince Rupert,
T. J. Vincent, and S. Morgan
were southbound passengers on
Monday.
Chas. Bocking, President of the
Granby Co. left on Wednesday for
Vancouver. He was accompanied
by his secretary, A. White.
Chris Cane, who has been a
member of the Granby Stores' staff
for many years, left on Monday for
Vancouver. Chris leaves behind
him a host of friends who wish him
the best of good luck in the future.
R. T. Reid arrived on Wednesday from Vancouver for a brief
visit.
M. Legg, W. E. Asson arrived
on Wednesday from Vancouver.
In a practice game held on Wednesday evening, between the Celts
and Mine football teams, the Mine
won with a score of 4 goals to 1.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert, B. C. We use the best
materials in a modern plant. Careful work and quick service.
HELP WANTED
We require the services of an
energetic man or woman to sell
cmr high grade knitwear direct-
to consumer.   Agents are making $25 to $200 weekly.   Write
BRITISH KNITWEAR LIMITED
Simcoe   -       -       -   Ontario
"PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS ACT"
Atlin Electoral District
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I shall, on Monday, the 18th. day of
May, 1931, at the hour of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, at the COURT HOUSE
ANYOX, hold a Court of Revision for
the purpose of revising the list of
voters for the said Electoral District,
and of hearing and determining any
ami all objections to the retention of
any name on the said list, or to the
registration as a voter of any applicant for registration; and for the
other purposes set forth hi the "Provincial Elections Act.'"
Dated at Anyox, B, C. this 16th. day
of April, 1031.
E. ROSS OATMAN,
Registrar of Voters,
Atlin Electoral District.
And further take notice  that adjourned sittings of the above Court
will be held at the following places:
ATLIN—On Tuesday, May the 10th„
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Court
House, Atlin.
TELEGRAPH   CREEK-On    Wednesday, the 20th. day of May,
1931, at the hour of ten o'clock
in the forenoon, at the Government Agent's Office, Telegraph
Creek.
STEWART—On Thursday, the 21st.
day of May, 1031, at the hour of
ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the Court House, Stewart.
Dated at Anyox, B. 0. this 10th. day
of April, 1931.
E. ROSS OATMAN.
Registrar of Voters.
Low Summer Fares
May 22 to Oct. 15
Return limit, Oct. 31
•
Jasper Golf Week
Sept. J2 to 19
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Steamship Tickets to
and from all parts
0/ the World.
•
Low
Summer Tares ...
AST
YOUR train threads a monster
panorama of deep-carved river
gorges, living glaciers, blue lakes and
broad prairies, while you enjoy the
utmost in comfort and travel luxury.
Go East this year for a holiday . ..
stop over at Jasper for golf, tennis,
canoeing, swimming, riding and
Swiss-guided tours over the crests of
the Rockies! Nestling in the beauti'
ful Lake-of-the-Woods Country is
Minaki, another fashionable stop'
over of unusual charm.
Low Summer Excursion Tickets will be on
sale from Vancouver, Victoria, New
Westminster, Prince Rupert,
Vernon and Kamloops.
Special Features
Only $13.00 additional via Prince Rupert and
the Inside Passage.
Only $10.00 additional across the Great la\es,
Tort Arthur to Sarnia.
(Meals and Berth Included on Steamer)
(Set Agent's Name Here)
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H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion oi Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
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, tn 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.
THE MINERALS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Comparative figures of tonnage production
of the different metals:
1920                       1930
Gold
131,128 oz.             163,100 oz.
Silver
3,377,849 oz.         11,800,000 oz.
Copper
44,887,676 lb.          92,000,000 lb.
Lead
39,331,218 lb.        320,000,000 lb.
Zinc
47,208,268 lb.        250,000,000 lb.
The Mining Laws of British Columbia are
liberal and Crown Grants are given
to Mineral Claims.
For information regarding British Columbia mines,
apply to the
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
VICTORIA, B. C.
Annual Reports, Bulletins, Maps, etc.,
furnished free of charge on application.
For Results, Advertise in the
Herald
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~II Drug Department |||i
SPECIAL SAVING  ON  VICTOR  RECORDS
This special offer will be withdrawn May 8th.    Return any old  used   Victor record,
for each new Victor record you purchase here and we will deduct 10c. from  the price.
That makes the Victor 65c. record 55c, or gives you a reduction of 10c.  on all other
more expensive records of this make.    Put these old used records to work.
Summer time is music time and the season will soon be in full swing.    So act now.
Victor Orthophonic Portables $35.00 and $48.50.   They have beautiful tone, automatic
stop, and being so compact, are easily carried. '
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
§|      Raincoats at a Great Reduction       |$
Two only Ladies' "Jaunty" Rain Coats, sizes 18 and 20.  Reduced from $9.50 to $6.95.
One only Ladies' Rain Coat, size 18.   Reduced from $8.00 to $5.95.
Three only Misses' Rain Coats.    Reduced from $5.25 to $3.95.
Seven only Children's Rain Capes.   Reduced from $4.00 to $2.95.
One only Children's Rain Coat.   Reduced from $4.25 to $2.95.
Shoe Dept
Don't forget that we can till your re.
quiremonts for the holiday season. You
will find our range of running shoes and
sport shoes offers what you need,| and
the styles and patterns are the season's
newest.
Hardware Dept
Hot Plates $3.00. $3.50, $4.00
Electric Irons, price  .2.95 up
Curling Irons $1.50, 2 10
Flashlights, price .1.50 up
Percolators, price  12.00 up
Toasters, price 5.00 up
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
WORK   SHIRTS
A wide variety of men's Work Shirts in khaki drills, chambrays and  numerous other
materials for work-wear.   These shirts are cut very roomy and are well made.    Sizes
14i to 174.   Price $1.50 or 2 for $2.75.
GRANBY   STORES
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