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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 14,   NO. 12
Alice Arm. B. C. Saturday. September 29. 1934
5 cents each
Elks Hosts At Enjoyable
Supper and Social
Evening
Gathering in the  Elks' Dugout
after the regular Lodge meeting on
Monday the 24th. the members of
the Anyox Lodge, B. P. 0. E. held
a social evening and entertainment
to do honor to the members of the
Elks' Baseball team, who had won
the Anyox Baseball league and also
the championship during the past
season.     Also   present were the
musicians,  who had assisted in th
formation of a band for the parad
on Dominion Day July 2nd.
In their usual genial and generous
style, the committee in charge pn>
vided a thoroughly enjoyable even>
ing. After the remarks of the chair
man, Bro. B. M. Buck, the program
opened with a string duet by J
Heywood and J. Buntain, which
was well received. A violin solo by
W. Thompson was splendidly rendered and two recitations by J.
Varnes, given in his own inimitable
style, brought down the house. A
couple of songs by Bro. M. J.
Sheen proved popular and an item
by Bro. Oatman was given in true
northern style. The Elks' Band
rendered a number of selections
during the evening.
Speaking on behalf of the baseball
team, Mr. Cody the captain, expressed pleasure at being present,
he emphasised the need for harmony
in a baseball team and also good
sportsmanship, these qualities he
stated, had helped largely in the
victories of the team during the
past season.
Mr. V. S. McRae, secretary of
the Community League, eulogized
the team for their efforts on behalf
of that most popular sport. Thanks
were extended to the band musicians
present, and hopes were expressed
that a band sponsored by the Lodge
would be formed in the near future.
The proceedings terminated with
the singing of 'God Save the King"
Hospital Auxiliary Elect
New Officers
Golf Handicap Tournament
Keenly Contested
Keen interest was taken in the
Handicap tournament which was
held on Sunday September 23rd.
for a prize donated by the president
Mr. H. R. Taylor. This annual
event drew twenty-six entries, the
following qualifying for the final:
W. Henderson, F, C. 0. Edwardes,
D. Hamilton, W. Tamkin. These
finalists will play oft at the first
opportunity, the winner receiving
the prize.
A meeting of the Ladies' Hospital Auxiliary was held on Tuesday
afternoon, September 25th. The
election of offioers for the ensuing
year took place, resulting as follows: honorary president Mrs. W.
P. Eve, President Mrs. H. B. Patrick. Vice-president Mrs. J. Salmon, and Seoretary-Treasurer Mrs.
F. D. Kydd. The work of the organization for the past year was
discussed and work for the new
season outlined.
In order to help carry on their
good work they will hold their
annual Hallowe'en Dance ou Monday, October 29th. As the ladies
are doing a worth while work in
providing comforts for the hospital
inmates, the people of Anyox are
asked to co-operate in same by
helping to make the dance at
Anyox a success.
Night School  Classes  To
Commence Shortly
Tho Granby Bay Night School
Classes will be conducted this year
as previously, and will commence
as early in October as possible.
They will run for the six months of
the winter season as heretofore,
and the fees will be as usual. The
subjects taken up will depend upon
the number of students wishing to
enroll. Mr, Don Macleod is agarn
organizing these classes for the
School Board, and will be pleased
to give information to anyone interested.
Furthur announcement as to subjects and the evenings on which
they will be taken up will be made
shortly.
Found Guilty For Infringing
Fisheries Act
/
On Wednesday the 26th. Balph
Clayton, an Indian from the Naas
River appeared at the Anyox Police
Court, being oharged with carrying
salmon above the salmon cdmmer
cial fishing boundary contrary to
the Dominion Fishery Aot. He
was found guilty and was fined
$15.00 and costs or fifteen days in
jail. He ohose the'ljatte'r sentence.
The launch used fcfecoiiveying the
fish was confiscated.
Gordon Stevens, who was also
charged with a similar offense was
found not guilty. Dominion Fisheries Guardian Duthie prosecuted.
Billiard Leagues Have Been
Formed
Two billiard leagues have been
formed comprising both Senior
and Junior. Three teams have
been entered iu each league as
follows: Senior and Junior from
the Elks, Mine and Mechanical.
League games will be played on
either Monday or Thursday of each
week.
| Rovers Organize   For
The Winter Season
The first Rover meeting of the
winter season was held in the Rover
den on Monday last.
Considerable interest has been
aroused by the announcement, that
the.Anyox Sea Rovers will soon be
uniformed. This has been under
consideration for some time but it
is understood that we will soon see
our local crew of this new branch
of scouting in full uniform.
A basketball team has again been
entered by the Rovers and will en
deavor to better last year's showing.
With the winter season approaching, scouts are reminded of the
Christmas toyshop. This will again
be operated by the Scouts and
Rovers. Parents are asked to put
aside any toys that may be useful
or repairable, for this worthy cause.
Alice Arm Notes
Date Set For Golf Club Card
Party and Dance
The third annual Card Party and
Dance of the Anyox Golf Club will
take place on Friday, November
23rd. in the Elks' Hall. This social
event has proved to be a most pop'
ular function and this early prelim'
inary notice will give everyone a
good opportunity to keep the date
clear.
I. O.D.E. Will Hold Monthly
Meeting   ■
The regular monthly meeting of
the Collison of Kincolith Chapter,
I. 0. D. E., will be held in the Legion Hall on Monday, October 1st.
at 7.30 p.m. All members are requested to be present.
The Herald is $2.00 a year.
P. Bruten who has spent several
weeks' holiday here, left on Monday for his home in Victoria.
Mrs. D. D. V. Blomfield, accompanied by her son Michael left on
Monday for Saanich, Vancouver
Island.
Fred Watson arrived on Saturday from Anyox and left again on
Wednesday, after spending holi.
days at the Alice Arm Hotel.
Dr. G. S. Macdonald arrived from
Anyox on Thursday and is spending holidays at the Alioe Arm
Hotel. He expeots to leave for
home today.
Frank Aker, a pioneer resident
of the oamp arrived this week from
Prince Rupert, on board his lauuoh
in order to renew acquaintances
and note changes made since his
last visit here 17 years ago. Since
leaving here Frank has been engaged in the salmon trawling business. He stated that fish were
'more plentiful this year aud better
prices prevailed than for several
years previous.
A Harvest Thanksgiving Service
was held at St. Michael's Church
on Sunday last by the Rev. W. A.
Delap of the Anglican Churoh
Mission Launch Northern Cross.
He was assisted iu the service by
Mr. Addison a student of the B. C.
University, who has been with the
Northern Cross for the .past few
months. The Church was decorated with looal grown fruits, flowers
vegetables and ripe grains. The
service was greatly appreciated,     j
Oddfellows' Card Party And
Dance Well Patronized
On Friday, September 21st., the
Oddfellows and Rebekahs opened
the new season with a Card Party
and Dance. A large number at
tended and a very enjoyable even,
ing was spent.
Whist was the popular game for
the cards, prize winners being:
Ladies'first prize, Mrs. C. Eklof,
Ladies'consolation, Mrs. W. Hung-
erer. Men's First went to Mr. A.
Wright and Consolation to Mr. J.
Blomly. The music for dancing
was rendered by the Revellers'
Orchestra. The Oddfellows and
Rebekahs are to be complimented
for the very pleasant evening they
provided for the people of Anyox
May Hold Gymnasium Class
This Winter
A gymnastic class is being organized for this winter under Mr.
B. MoKay. About 20 men are enrolled. Application has been made
to the A. C. L. Counoil for a regular night in the gymnasium.
Anyone interested may obtain
more detailed information from Mr.
McKay personally, or from Mr.
Ted Kergin.
The Mixed Doubles Tennis
Championship Decided
The finals tor the Mixed Doubles
Tennis Championship was played
on Tuesday last, Miss M. Leighton
and W. Stephens being defeated
by Miss K. Eve and E. R. Oatman.
The final for the Men's Doubles
has yet to be played and this will be
decided at the earliest opportunity.
Successful Season For
Basketball Appears
Bright
With the approach of the opening
night in the Gym. the basketball
teams are slowly working into shape
and to date it looks like a more
even league this winter than last.
In the Senior A league the Trojans will again take the floor with
the original lineup. The addition
of Alex. McDonald, who was forced
out of play through an injury last
year, should make a great improvement in the Trojans' guard line.
Alex plays a consistently good game
and should prove a steadying influence in this team of young veterans.
The Trojans came close to the
championship last year and will undoubtedly be in at the finish this
season. They will have strong
competition however, in the Concentrator squad. This team is
practically a new line up and anything can be expected from them.
With Stewart Steele, Johnny Gillies,
Ivor Davis and Clarence Dresser
out in front and "Lockie" Gillies
DonArneand "Al" White in the
guard line this, team should show
the fans some real ball. A few
games however, will show their
mettle.
With a strong Mine team to complete the league, basketball will
again provide enjoyment for many
during the winter months.
In the B league, the teams are
much the same as last year. The
Pirates however, have been broken
up and the league will consist of
four teams, Mine, Mechanics, Warriors and Rovers.
The Mechanics have benefited
considerably by the acquisition of
Tommy Scott. Tommy, who was
high scorer in the B league last
year, will fill the only weak spot of
the Mechanics team. With a good
forward working hard, the Mechanics should put up a real fight forthe
Continued on Page 4
Former Anyox Resident Dies
In Burnaby
Mrs, Florence Swanson Cline, a
former resident of Anyox for many
years, passed away at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Swanson of Burnaby on September 20th. Besides her husband
she leaves to mourn her loss, her
parents, two brothers and one
sister.
The late Mrs. Cline spent her
girlhood days in Anyox and her
many friends throughout the whole
district will be grieved to learn of
her passing. She was 86 years of
age. AL1CK    ARM   AND   ANYOX HERALD,  Saturday.  September 29,   1984
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $10.00
Land Notices ....      $10.00
Transient Advertising, 50c.  per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Search For Most Perfect
Canadian Maple Leaf
Canadians are maple leaf minded.
Magnificent autumn leaves, tinted
with all the flaming colors of early
fall are being received in ever increasing numbers, for judging in
the nation-wide competition being
conducted by the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways.
This year's competition for the
most beautiful maple leaf, is going
to be exceptionally keen, according
to reports from the railway officials
in charge. Hundreds of beautiful
leaves have already been received
from appreciative nature lovers in
the provinces of Nova Scotia, New
Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario,
while leaves from the prairie provinces and British Columbia are beginning to put in an appearance.
More than 10,000 leaves were received in first competition held last
fall, and this year present indications lead those concerned to the
opinion that the total will be far
more than twice that number.
With the swooping ridges of
maple trees already showing splendid vistas of colour, and with an
ever increasing number of people
making it a point of enjoying fall
outings in the countryside, those
in charge are making preparations
for a deluge of specimens from now
on until the competition closes on
October 15th. when judges from
the Royal Canadian Academy will
commence their exacting task, The
first prize for the most beautiful
leaf in all Canada will be $50., the
second prize $20., and the third
prize $10. The first prize for the
largest leaf is $15, and the second
prize $5.
H. Maguire Purchases Wood-
Bine Property At Stewart
Sale of the Woodbine property,
Portland Canal, to H. Maguire for
$250 cash and $10,000 in 18 months
has been approved by Supreme
Court. Mr. Maguire, under the
agreement, puts up shares of Missouri Ridge Mining Corporation as
security. This concern owns claims
adjoining Woodbine and also adjoining Big Missouri. As treasury
shares of Missouri Ridge are sold,
50 per cent of the proceeds will go
to the liquidator of Woodbine until
the $10,000 has been paid in full.
W. H. Brett, liquidator of Woodbine Gold Mining Co. Ltd., estimates that this amount will satisfy
about 80 per cent of creditors claims
Advertise in the Herald
Big Mining Operators
Visit United Empire
The Stewart News
"Yes, I am well pleased with what
I have seen on United Empire, and
we will go ahead with our programme of developing tonnage for
the installation of a concentrator in
the spring," said Ben Smith to the
News, just before departure by
plane for the south at about 5.15
Sunday afternoon last after having
spent the best part of Saturday
afternoon and all Sunday on the
property, in company with Gen.
Victor Odium of Vancouver, and
two mining engineers from California, U. V. De Camp and R. H.f
Traversay.
Arriving- here by Canadian Airways plane piloted by Major McLaren from Vancouver at 2 p.m. Saturday last, Mr. Smith and party were
met at the dock by William Dann,
manager of United Empire who
motored them straight to United
Empire lower camp, where waiting
just long enough to deposit their
baggage, they climbed into ore
buckets and rode up to the mine
over the tram, arriving at the workings in less than an hour after arrival in Stewart. In company with
Mr. Dann, the party made a thorough examination of the surface and
underground working, during the
balance of the day and all Sunday,
and in the words of Mr. Smith,
were well satisfied. Leaving the
mine at about 4 p.m. Sunday, they
walked down the trail and motoring
at once to the dock, they boarded
the plane, which Major McLaren
had all tuned up, and took off for
Rupert, where they planned to
spend the night.
Britannia Co. Officials Visit
Stewart and Alaska
Wood For Heating Purposes
Still Popular In Canada
In spite of the preference for coal
and other fuels for heating purposes
a large amount of wood is still so
used in Canada. The quantity used
in normal years is estimated by the
Forest Service, Department of the
Interior, at 913 million cubic feet,
or 9,611,223 cords. Fuel wood
formed about thirty per cent of the
total amount of wood cut in the
Dominion for all purposes. During
the past two or three years there
has been a large increase in the
amount of wood used for fuel.
All good conversation, manners
and action come from a spontaneity
which forgets usages and makes
the moment great.
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the inonth
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
WATER   NOTICE
Diversion and Use
TAKE NOTICE that Esperanza
Mines, Ltd. whose address is 618
Bi'oughton Street Victoria, B. C. will
apply for a licence to take and use
12 cubic feet per second of water out
of Kails Creek, which flows easterly
and drains into Kitsault River about
one half mile front the town of Alice
Arm. The water will be diverted at a
point about 8000 feet up Falls Creek
from its junction with the Kitsault
River, and will be used for power purpose upon the mine described as Esperanza Mines, Alice Arm.
This notice was posted on the ground
on the 7th. day of August, 1034. A
copy of this notice and an application
pursuant thereto and to the "Water
Act" will be filed in the office of the
Water Recorder at Prince Rupert,
B. O.
Objections to the application may
be filed with the said Water Recorder
or with the Comptroller of Water)!
Rights, Parliament Buildings. Vibtoiv
ia, B. O, within thirty days after the
flrst appearance of this notice in a
local newspaper.
Esperanza Mines, Ltd., Applicant.
By J. C. Harris Secretary, Agent.
The date of the flrst publication of
this notice is August 17th. 1034.
The Stewart News
C. V. Brennan, assistant general
manager of the Britannia M. & S.
Co., arrived from Vancouver on theA
Rupert Saturday last, and spent the
time until his departure for Ketchikan and Alaskan points by plane
Wednesday morning, looking over
several properties in the district.
Seen by the News, Mr. Brennan
stated that he had nothing to say
at this time with respect to their
plans here. "We have had Mr.
Everest of our geological department in the district for the past two
months, looking over various prospects, and having to go to Alaska
to attend to some company business,
I took the opportunity of stopping
over and joining him in looking
over the local situation."
While nothing definite was said
there seemed a possibility that Mr.
Everest may return to Stewart at a
later date.
EVERYTHING FOR THE FALL
A Complete Line of Fall and Winter Goods in stock, consisting of Clothing, Boots and Shoes.   A large stock of
Groceries, also Stoves, Stove Pipe and Elbows.
FINEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL AT $13.50 PER TON
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T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL  MERCHANT
Alice Arm
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Fall Clothes & Rubbers
Prepare for the Fall Weather,    We have on hand a complete line of Clothing and Footwear for the   Fall,   includ- -^
ing   Heavy   Woollen     Shirts,     Windbreakers,     Heavy
Woollen Underwear, Slicker and Rubber Coats,  Rubber
Boots in all lengths, Woollen Socks, etc.
ALL AT LOW PRICES.    CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK
LEW  LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter,
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class  Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as  low as $25.
Now i> the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Animals cure by instinct, showing that nature is the best doctor.
J,
Vancouver
Make the Hotel Grosvenor your
home while in Vancouver. Here
ii every comfort and service—
cheerful lounge, writing and smoking roomi, dining room. Just two
blocks away is the centre of Vancouver's shopping and theatre district.   Rates are very reasonable.
RATES
Dully:
Dtt'd Hath. $1.50
With Bath-$J.OO
Det'd Bath* 9.00
With Bath J12.00'
E. G. BAYNES
Owner-Manager
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-HOWE STREET VANCOUVER
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The Minerals of British Columbia
This Province offers excellent opportunities fot useful and
profitable investment.    British Columbia has produced
OVER $1,352,000,000 WORTH OF MINERALS.
The gross value of mineral production for the six months
ended June 30th. 1934, exclusive of gold premium, is
estimated at $18,667,691.00, an increase of 50.5 per cent,
over the estimated value of the production in the corresponding six-month period of 1933.
GOLD PRODUCTION: Gold production showed a
decided increase; a total return in Canadian funds
to the gold producers of British Columbia during the
first six months for 1934 being approximately
$5,028,124.00, an increase of 81.3 per cent, over
the return in Canadian funds received during the
first half of 1933.
Recent Publications of the Department of Mines
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the year 1933.
Summary and Review of the Mineral Industry of
British Columbia for the six months ended June 30th. 1934.
Bulletin "British Columbia the Mineral Industry"
(containing a short history of mining, a synopsis of the
mining laws, and ether data of value to prospectors.)
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
Magnesite."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE DEPARTMENT OF MINES, Victoria, B. C.
For Results, Advertise
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Reduced fares to cover the
Labor Day week-end from Aug.
31 to 12 noon Monday, Sept. 3,
have been authorized on the Canadian Pacific Railway between
all stations in Canada. Round
trip tickets will be at the rate
of fare and a quarter and will be
good until midnight, Tuesday,
September 4.
Returning from White City,
London, Eng., aboard Canadian
Pacific liner Montcalm, the athletes who represented Canada
at the British Empire games came
back practically in a body to the
number of around 100. They
sailed for England aboard the
Duchess of York July 20.
Australia is showing very substantial evidence of recovery with
continued betterment in sight, Is
the view of John P. Brophy, Commonwealth Trade Representative
at New York, stated when interviewed aboard S.S. Niagara on
arrival recently at Victoria.
Fifty per cent, ahead of last
year at mid-August with prospects for balance of season exceptionally good for the Canadian
Pacific hotels and resorts in the
Rockies is reported by A. E. Robertson, assistant general manager,
in charge of the Company's western hotels.
Prominent British parliamentarians are visiting the Maritime
Provinces this year, including
Prime Minister J. Ramsay MacDonald. The Canadian Pacific
liner Montcalm recently carried
as a passenger Dr. E. Leslie
Burgin, M.P., parliamentary secretary of the British Board ot
Trade, who will stay at St. An-
drews-by-the-Sea, Saint John and
Digby, N.S.
Canadian Pacific flagship Empress of Britain claimed a new
record recently for the Quebec-
Cherbourg Atlantic crossing, making the trip in four days, six
hours and fifty-eight minutes,
being thirty-four minutes under
her own previous record set in
August, 1933.
Production At Premier
Continues High
Figures released at Ottawa show
recovery at Premier Gold Mine,
Portland Canal, from 91,850 tons
milled in first half 1934, was 21,696
ozs. gold and 357,730 ozs. silver.
Estimated value of output was
$758,794, approximately $8.26 per
ton. Comparison with the results
for 1933 indicate that advance in
price of gold and silver have offset
further decline in output of these
metals per ton of ore treated. Indications ate that value of 1934
production from Premier mine will
approximate that of 1933. (For
comparative purposes in entire year
1933 company milled 182,421 tons,
producing 51,863 ozs. gold and 1,-
145,043 ozs. silver.)
These figures have reference only
to Premier Mine and do not include
returns from its various subsidiaries.
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Success Attends Prince
Rupert's Re-funding
The manner in which responses
are coming in from bondholders in
all parts of the country accepting
the City of Prince Rupert's proposal
to reduce interest on outstanding
debentures to four per cent and to
refund debentures for 20 years
practically assures the success of
the plan, City Commissioner W. J.
Alder stated recently.
"This fish is not too fresh, Tony'
"No, sir.   Justa right.'1
Judge—What were you doing in
that place when it was raided?
Locksmith—I was making a bolt
for the door.
About 28,000 pounds cf octopus
were taken commercially in British
Columbia's fisheries in 1933, a
somewhat smaller quantity than in
1932. The octopus catch is sold
among orientals.
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Drink Bohemian if you want a properly brewed and thoroughly aged lager.
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Made in British Columbia-Condensary, South Sumas 1 ALICE    AK.M   AND   ANYOX HERALD.  Saturday.  September 29,   1934
Will Organize Intermediate
Basketball League
An Intermediate Basketball
League is being considered by the
Commission for this season. With
such suoh young stars as Bruce
McMaster, George and Bobby Kent
Robert Dresser and Alex Wardrope Jr. showing promise of ability, such a league should prove of
real interest. While the boys have
not the weight and size to make
the Senior B. League, the showing
made by some of them as subs, last
year, proved the need of organized
games among them. It is pointed
out that games could be played on
basketball nights before the regular starting time.
The committee in charge have
taken the matter into consideration and a meeting of intermediate
players is scheduled for Tuesday
night at 6.30 in the Gym. Mr
Yelland will meet the boys themselves to discuss the matter.
Two teams have already been
formed and it is hoped that a third
will be forthcoming,
All boys interested are urged to
turn out.
BASKETBALL
PERSONALS
"Bud Gillies"
In reviewing the merits of our
local hoop stars, it is fitting that
we start with the brightest of
last season's constellation. Starting basketball in High School,
'"Bud" has improved steadily until
last year he reached a high standard. Playing with the Trojans, he
stayed close to the top of the scoring list and was one of the pillarR
of the team. With the all-star
aggregation which brought the
Northern B. C. Cup to Anyox,
Bud showed the stuff that makes
champions.
This year he is again with the
Trojans and will be in there fighting for the championship of the
league.
Besides being one of our best
hoopsters, Bud is one of the youngest, having yet to see 19. A very
even tempered and steady player,
he is conceded to be a real good
sport, even by his cleverest opponents.
Anyox Notes
Mr. V. J. Foss, of the Townsite
staff, has recently returned from a
holiday visit to Vancouver, Victoria,
Nanaimo and various parts of the
Island.
T. Calderoni returned on Monday
from a holiday visit to the south.
VV. J. Harrison and B. A. Byers
arrived on Monday from Vancouver.
Corporal E. H. Clarke of the
R. C. M. P. arrived on Monday from
Prince Rupert, in connection with
naturalization matters.
Mrs A. Pynn and child left on
Monday for Vancouver.
Mrs. W. P. Phillips left on Monday for a holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. M. Eld, left on Monday for
a visit to her home in Nova Scotia.
Mr. and Mrs. F, Steel arrived on
Thursday the 20th. from the south.
F. Buckle returned on Thursday,
the 20th. from the south.
D. Ferguson and M.-Flye were
passengers from the south last week.
E. Rudland arrived on the 20th.
from Vancouver, to join his rather
here.
Miss H. Gibbs left on the 20th.
for the south.
Miss Dora Peterson left last week
for Vancouver. She will attend
the University of B. C.
J. C. Wallis' left on the 20th. for
Vancouver.
VV. B. Maxwell returned on Monday from a business trip to Vancouver.
Mrs. R. Murdoch returned on
Monday from the south.
Miss T. O'Neill returned on Monday from a holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. J. N. Hueston returned on
Monday from a visit to Prince
Rupert.
Mrs. D. T. Evans left on Thurs-
day last week for a visit of two
months to her home in Idaho.
Successful Season For Basket
Ball Appears Bright
Continued from page 1
championship.
The Warriors will line up as last
year with one or two new additions.
Anyone who saw the Warriors in
full fighting spirit last year, need
not be told that they will be "in
there."
The Rovers will also take the
floor with the old line up. Bill Hol-
loway, Harry Worsfold and Dick
Summers are new additions. The
boys won only one game in the
whole series last year. It is testimony to their fighting spirit that
they are back for more. Will we
be seeing you at the Gym. Monday
night.
Alex.   Brown   Leaves   For
South Africa
Error  Made In Golf News
Rectified
In our issue of last week when
printing the heading above the
news item re leaders of the qualifying round of the Ladies' Handicap
Golf Championship, owing to a
typographical error we stated that
Mrs. W. Henderson had won the
Ladies' Golf Championship, instead
of stating that she had won the
qualifying round.
The magistrate—What is the age
of this boy?
Wilesden Schoolmaster—His chronological age is 14 and his mental
age 8. His arithmetic age is five
and his reading age 6.
Alex. Brown left on Monday for
the N'Kana Mines, Northern Rhodesia. He will first visit his home
in Scotland before proceeding to
Africa. During the past nine years
he has been a member of the Electrical Department at Anyox, and
his many friends were busy wishing
him the best of luck prior to his
departure.
Lucky indeed, will be the person
who wins the beautiful Cedar Chest
which will be drawn for on November 11th. This chest is the work
of Mr. Tom Roberts of Anyox, and
is a masterpiece of carpenter's art,
The money derived from the draw
ing will be used by the Collison of
Kincolith chapter I, O. D. E. dur
ing the coming winter for child
welfare work and relief purposes.
First picknicer—Isn't this an
ideal spot for a picnic?
Second picknicer—It must bel
Fifty million insects can't possibly
have made a mistake.
H
ere an
dTh
ere
The Open Dominion championship match in the Dominion
Marksmen Revolver competition
was won recently by the Canadian Pacific Railway Ontario police team with a score of 1435
points out of a possible 1500. R.
C. M. P., civic and provincial police also competed.
Plans for the musical festivals
of Western Canada during the
coming year with a tentative discussion of policies for the next
two seasons, were featured at a
meeting of delegates of Western
Competition Festivals recently at
the Palliser Hotel, Calgary.
John Jacob Astor and his bride
have decided to extend their
honeymoon tour to the Canadian
Rockies and British Columbia.
"We intend to stop over at Lake
Louise," said the young millionaire, "and then move on to Vancouver, taking in the sights on
the way."
Captain R. O. Latta, skipper of
the liner Kmpress of Britain and
commodore of the Canadian Pacific fleet, retired from active duty
recently. He was succeeded on
the bridge of the Britain by Captain R. N. Stuart, V.C., DJ3.0.,
PjS-N.C., R.D., R.N.R. Captain
Stuart was promoted to the post
of commodore of the Canadian
Pacific fleet
Indicating the trend towards
greater production and recovery
of business, substantial Increase
in the second quarter ot 1934 as
oompared with the corresponding
period of 1933 is shown in the recently published production figures of Consolidated Mining and
Smelting, one of world's greatest
mining companies.
Driving a highly decorated
locomotive into the Canadian Pacific Railway depot at the end of
the Calgary-Edmonton run re-'
cently, A. N. Hobklrk, veteran
engineer, completed 43 years of
continuous service with the railway, most of it at the throttle of
an engine. "I have always liked
my work and I hate to quit", said
Mr. Hobkirk.
Founded June 18, 1874, by
George and Mathew Beatty and
with agencies, warehouses, offices or depots across Canada, New
Zealand, the United Kingdom and
fifty other countries, the national
and world-wide exporting house
of Beatty Bros, manufacturers of
washing machines and farm implements, celebrated its Diamond
Jubilee at Fergus, Ont., last
month.
John F. Sweeting, Industrial
commissioner of the Canadian
Pacific Railway, states in an official publication of the railway
that there is a decidedly firm
tone of confidence in the West
and increased activity in many
industries, with the tourist business promising to be better at all
resorts this year.
An increase of 877,900 lbs, in
the Nova Scotia lobster catch
during the month of May was
instrumental in raising the landed values $3:53,468 over the sumo
month in 1933, according tn an
announcement by the, Department ot Fisheries on June 28th.
Placer Miners Busy Around
Terrace This Year
It is surprising how many prospectors have been operating on
Lome Creek this year, and most of
them got some gold. One old
timer on the creek took $40.00 out
of one pocket under the old Indian
bridge. The water has been the lowest this year that it has been fur
many years and the prospectors
were able to get in some good work
and a lot of pockets were cleaned
out. Altogether it has been a verv
good year on Lome Creek.
—Omineca Herald, Hazelton.
Nothing lightens a  heavy heart
like lifting.
BUILDING MATERIAL
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors,
Veneer, Ready Roofing, Brick,
Lime, Cement, and other Building Materials.
Quotations Furnished and
Shipments made Promptly
SCOTT LUMBER COMPANY
LIMITED
1425 Granville Street, Vancouver B.C.
SPEND  YOUR VACATION  AT VICTORIA,  THE
GARDEN  CITY OF THE  NORTH WEST
The Strathcona Hotel
One Block from the Crystal Gardens. Central Location.
Moderate Rates.   Fireproof.   Our bus meets al! boats.
E. J. MARTIN, Proprietor and Manager
1935 ALL-WAVE
RADIOS A SENSATION
During the past year Radio Engineers have improved short wave reception to such an extent
that reception is near perfect. Allow us to demonstrate this new thrill of Foreign Broadcast
in your own home or at our Headquarters in the
Elks' Club any evening after Seven P.M. The
New General Electric All-Wave Mantel Model
at the new low price of $65.50 will surprise you
at its brilliant reception and marvellous tone.
McKAY & STRETTON
Elks' Building
Phone 200
Values In Shoes!
MEN'S  WORK   BOOTS.    Strong Leather
heels and soles and safety toes.   Made to stand
hard wear.   $5.00.
MEN'S BLACK CALF OXFORDS, $4.50
TO $6.50.
BOYS'    SCHOOL    BOOTS.     These  are
Leckie Specials, and just the thing for hard
wear.   Sizes 11 to 13, $4.00;   Sizes 1 to 51-2,
$4.75.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR DISPLAY OF
BAGGAGE ?
Suitcases, Club Bags, Pakrites, Trunks.   We
can supply the baggage you would like, at
most reasonable prices.   Call and let us show
you!
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
-o*
♦♦
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