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VOL. 12,   NO. 28
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, December 10, 1932
5 cents each.
Social  Events   Follow
Thick and Fast
As though impatient to make up
for the time lost during the recent
flu epedemic, when all shows and
social events were suspended, the
various organizations of Anyox are
crowding on all sail in an endeavor
to reach port with their various
programmes before the end of the
year. There is little room for anything else, as the following list
shows:
Monday, 12th.—Annual Tennis
Dance.
Tuesday, 13th.—Picture Show,
"Hotel Continental."
Friday, 16th,—Three scheduled
I games basketball.
Saturday, 17th.—Picture Show.
Monday, 19th Three scheduled
| games basketball.
Tuesday, 20th.—United Church
I Christmas Tree.
Wednesday,21st.—Oratorio "The
|Messiah," in Elks' Hall.
Thursday, 22nd.—A.C.L. Christ-
Imas Parties for children at Mine
and Beach.
Friday,  23rd.—Loyal  Order   of
|Moose Christmas Tree, also Picture
Show in place of one on Saturday.
Saturday, 24th.—A. C. L. Christ-
nas Dance.
Monday,     26th.—Matinee    and
lEvening Picture Shows.
Wednesday, 28th.—Annual Pion-
|eer Mess Dinner and Dance.
Friday, 30th.—Concert by young
[people of United Church.
[Thursday Shows Discontinued
For Few Weeks
Owing to the great number of
social and other events scheduled to
take place in Anyox during the next
two weeks, the Western Shows on
Thursday evenings-will be discontinued until the end of the year,
when a further announcement will
be made. There will be no Show
on Thursday next the 15th.      i
ANYOX NOTES
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Mr.   and Mrs. R. H. Ballentyne
returned on Monday from  Vancou-
William Hamilton left on Monday
for a visit to his home in Victoria.
Mrs. T. M. Waterland and child
left on Wednesday for Oliver, B. C.
She will be absent for some months.
Mrs. W. R. Lindsay and son Jack
returned on Wednesday from a visit
I to Vancouver and Seattle.
W. E. Ballentyne returned on
| Wednesday from Vancouver.
C. W. Homer, Provincial Asses-
I sor, arrived on Wednesday from
! Prince Rupert.
J. Sleigh left on Wednesday for
| a visit to Prince Rupert.
The B. P. 0. Elks Hold
Memorial Service
On Sunday last, at the Elks'
Hall, the Anyox Lodge of the B. P.
O. E. held their Annual Memorial
Service. This service, which is
held by all the Elks' Lodges
throughout Canada and Newfoundland on the first Sunday in December, is specially prepared to do
honor to the memory of departed
Brother Elks.
The choir of the United Church
rendered two anthems, which were
much appreciated. A most appropriate address was given by the
Rev. Evan Baker, pastor of the
United Church, and Brother E. Ross
Oatman gave a cornet solo. The
Thanatopsis was read by Brother B.
M. Buck, and the singing of the
National Anthem, with the Benediction by Rev. Baker, brought to a
close a most impressive service.
Will Hold Tennis Dance
On Monday
After a period of time, in which
all social activities in Anyox were
suspe'nded on account of the epedemic of flu, the doors of the Gymnasium are once more opened and
the* Annual Tennis Dance becornes
the centre of interest. It promises
to be a brilliant function. Dancing
will continue from 9.30 to 2.30.
The trophies won by the Anyox
Tennis Clubs will be presented during the evening. As on similar occasions, there will be an appetizing
supper, the floor will be specially
prepared, and the music will be of
the best.   With all the preparations
Big Fire At Stewart On
Tuesday Destroyed
_ Much Property
A fire, which at one time threat
ened to destroy the whole business
section of Stewart started at 2 a.m.
on Tuesday. It originated in the
Stewart Hotel and was not noticed
until it had obtained a firm hold.
It spread rapidly and engulfed the
Beaman Block occupied by the Acadia Rooms, Stewart Drug Co. and
Campbell & Duke. It also destroyed the buildings occupied by the
Stewart News, Stewart Cafe, and
Lyon's Meat Market. Heroic
efforts prevented the spreading of
the fire to the Government Liquor
Store which adjoined the burnt area.
So firm ahold had the fire before
it was noticed that it was necessary
for James-McAleenan, proprietor of
the Stewart Hotel to jump from an
upstairs window to save his life.
In jumping he fractured several ribs
and suffered other injuries.
The night was cold, the thermom
eter registering eight degrees' above
zero. A north wind was blowing
and this helped to ;keep the fire from
spreading.
The loss is estimated at approximately $60,000 and is partly cover
ed by insurance. It is the worst
fire Stewart has ever experienced,
and will be a serious blow to the
town. It will be without a weekly
newspaper for some time at least,
which is quite a handicap to a progressive town such as Stewart.
The Stewart News was owned and
edited by H. W. M. Rolston, who
was always in the forefront to fight
for the town's welfare.
it is sure to be one of the brightI    ^	
social events of the season, and a I   James McAleenan, proprietor of
large attendance is expected.
I. 0. P. E, Are Active With
Relief Plans
The monthly meeting of the Collison of Kincolith Chapter, I. O. D.
E., was held in the Canadian Legion
Club Room on Monday evening,
December Sth. Regent Mrs. C. O.
Fricker presiding.
Plans were discussed for providing ways and means for further assisting the unemployed mep of
Anyox who are in receipt of Gov>
ernment relief. Christmas relief is
also being extended by the local
Chapter to a needy family at Tupper
Creek B. C. Donations have been
forwarded to the Santa Claus'funds
of the Vancouver Province and Sun.
The daughter of a returned soldier
residing at Salmon Arm, B. C,
will receive a Christmas hamper.
A hearty vote of thanks was accorded to all those who have in any
way helped the relief Committee.
The hostesses for the evening
were Mesdames J. Dunn, J. T.
Evans and D. T. Evans.
the Stewart Hotel, is well known at
Alice Arm and the entire north
coast. He conducted a hotel at
Alice Arm for several years previous to moving to Stewart. He also
conducted a hotel at Prince Rupert.
The Beaman Block was formerly
owned by Mr. Harry Smith, now
residing at Alice Arm. It was
built by him during the first Stewart boom, and in which he conducted a general store business.
The building occupied by the Stewart
Hotel was formerly owned by T. W.
Falconer of Alice Arm, who also
built it during the first Stewart
boom and in which he conducted a
general hardware business.
Canada's foreign trade for the
first six months of the fiscal year
shows a favourable balance of over
$16,000,000, exportstotalling$238,-
000,000 and imports $221,500,000.
The Herald is $2.00 a year.
Christmas Oratorio To
Be Presented
A treat is in store for the music
loving people of Anyox on Wednesday the 21st. when the augmented
choir of the United Church, will
render the famous Oratorio, "The
Messiah". This splendid work of
Handel's beloved of English speaking people the world over, calls for
well trained voices thoroughly fam-
ilar with'the score, and for exacting
solo work, and this ambitious choir
deserves great credit for their efforts
on behalf of the people of Anyox,
who love sacred music.
The soloists on this occasion will
be Mrs. V. McRae, Mrs. J. McMillan, Mrs. J. Peel, Mr. W. F.
Eve and Mr. N. R. Redman. The
choir will be under the direction of
the latter. Mr. F. Dresser will be
the organist. The event will take
place in the Elks' Hall and a crowded house might well be anticipated
Low  Fares  On  Canadian
National Steamships
According to the Passenger Department of the Canadian National
Railways, low winter excursion
fares are now in effect on their
steamships from all ports of call
Englewood and north to Vancouver
and also from Queen Charlotte
Island ports, Anyox and Stewart to
Prince Rupert.
The low fares, which amount to
fare and one-third for the round
trip will be available to the travelling public daily to February 28th.
1933, with return limit to March
31st. 1933. Fare and one-third for
round trip will also apply from
Prince Rupert to Anyox, Stewart
and Queen Charlotte Islands. Dates
of sale December 12th. to December 31st. 1932, with final return
limit January 16th. 1933. The
fares include meals and berth on
steamer while at sea. Children 5
and under 12 years are entitled to
half fare.
Public Thanked For Response
On Poppy Day
At a recent meeting of the Anyox
Branch of the Canadian Legion the
total amount collected from the sale
of poppies on Poppy Day was announced, this being $171.34. The
committee in charge wish to extend
its hearty thanks to all Anyox people including the Mine and also to
Alice Arm and Bonanza, for their
splendid response. They also thank
everyone who so willingly served in
the sale of these poppies.
Subscribe to the Herald
Many Children's Parties
Are Planned
With a healthy zest for everything that is good and enjoyable,
the capacity of Anyox children for
parties will be put to a good test
this year.
Chief among these events are the
big affairs being planned by the A.
C. L. for Thursday the 22nd.—one
at the Mine and one at the Beach.
These parties, which involve Christmas trees, presents, games and
everything else dear to the heart of
a healthy boy and girl, are being
arranged in a big way and an enjoyable time is sure to result.
On Tuesday the 20th. the United
Church Christmas Tree will be held
—a sure winner for the fortunate
children of that active church. And
there is still the Moose Christmas
Tree and party for Friday the 23rd.
and private parties that are talked
of. In spite of everything, Christmas 1932 will be a wonderful time
for the children of Anyox.
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AUCE ARM NOTES
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Mrs. Harris of Stewart arrived
on Monday from Prince Rupert,
where she has spent some time.
She is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. F.
Kergin. Mrs Harris resided at
Alice Arm during the early days of
the camp.
E. R. Oatman, Government
Agent, arrived from Anyox on
Thursday. His visit was in connection with Government relief for the
unemployed.
Bright days and clear cold nights
have prevailedthroughout the week.
The thermometer for several mornings was nearly to the zero mark.
Skating has been enjoyed on the
swimming pool at the lower end of
the town. As usual, the cold snap
came suddenly and in an effort to
keep warm the coal and wood piles
are being fast depleted.
The annual Christmas Tree and
entertainment for the children will
be held at T. W. Falconer's hall on
Thursday December 22nd. Will
all those wishing to donate fruit,
nuts or candy please leave them at
T. W. Falconer's or W. M. Cum-
ming's store.
The evening Service planned for
on Christmas Day at St. Michael's
Church has been abandoned. The
morning Service and Holy Communion will be held on Christmas
however. On Sunday,
December 18th. Holy Communion
will be held at 10 a.m. and the usual
monthly Service at 7.30 p.m. Mr.
J. Walter Hughes will conduct the
Services.
Of course we all want to see the
Government balance its budget,
but we hate to see it doing it by
unbalancing ours. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 10.  1932
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices for Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices - $15,00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Bates on Application.
13. MOSS, Editor and Publisher,
Although it is not generally realized, the multitude of licences
and taxes imposed on residents ol
British Columbia during the past
twenty years is aggravating the unemployment problem of the small
town. At the present time, if a
man wishes to do anything for himself he is hampered by licenses
and taxes until in bewilderment he
abandons the idea of trying to help
himself and lets the government
feed him from taxes paid to it
by others. Today a man cannot
set out a few traps for fur without
being taxed. He cannot even
catch a few fish. He is not allowed to shoot a deer, goat, goose, or
duck unless he has paid a licence.
He cannot cut any timber, prospect
or stake a claim. If he does own
a claim he is taxed when he starts
developing it by doing assessment
work. He cannot do a thing unless he has paid for a licence.
Twenty-five years ago a man was
not hampered by such foolish restrictions. He could, if he had
any ambition always turn his hand
to something that brought in enough money to pay for flour bacon
and beans. We believe it would
benefit the government if i abolished all the petty restrictions above
mentioned. The collecting of
many petty taxes and the necessary book keeping, often exceeds
the amount of money obtained.     [
Some organizations never render
assistance to non-members Some
occasionally assist deserving persons
or institutions, while there are
others who are continually assisting the more unfortunate members
of humanity, striving to alleviate
their suffering and raise hope. In
the last category, can be placed
the Collison of Kincolith Chapter,
I. O. D. E. Since this Chapter
was formed in Anyox several
years ago, the chief aim of the
officers and members has been the
liberal disbursement of funds to
assist deserving institutions and
individuals. Quietly and without
ostentation, this band of ladies are
increasingly active in raising funds
and disbursing them to those who
are in need of assistance. It
would be a much better world for
everyone if the Christain spirit
displayed by the Anyox Daughters of the Empire was copied
more often by individuals. Charity
is true Christianity.
The Canadian gold output in the
first eight months of this year totalled 2,011,000 ounces, valued at
$41,577,000, an increase of 287,000
ounces and $5,937,000 over the
same period last year.
Georgia River Co. May
Install Mill
Good progress is being made
with developments on the Georgia
River Gold Mines property according to Bert Shearme who was in
town on business during the fore
part of the week, says the Stewart
News. Asked as to the nature of
the work now being done. Mr.
Shearme stated that developments
are being confined to drifting on
the southwest vein, recently encountered, south with a view to
encountering at a depth, on the dip
of some four hundred feet the main
vein, in which some very speotaeu-
lar values in gold were obtained
near the surface. The ore being
extracted in the course of this development is being stored said Mr.
Shearme, one sample of which
gave a return of as high as $380
in gold.
In presenting the annual report
to the shareholders Wellington
Beaton, president, stated that: the
next step in addition to further
exploration will be the blocking
ont of ore and the erection of a
mill. A financing plan will be
presented in due course.
Anyox Community
League
The Beach Council meeti on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
p.m.
The Mine Council meets pn the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
Can't Meet Baltic Lumber Prices
British Columbia lumbermen have
not been doing too badly in the
British market for the past two
years, and the new Ottawa trade
treaties allow considerable advantage to lumber products from Empire countries in that market. It
is, however, too much to expect a
rate that would tremendously expand our exports to the United
Kingdom without being unduly onerous to the British timber interests.
For instance, Britain is importing
lumber from the Baltic countries,
not including Russia, at a price
lower than the cost of transportation
from British Columbia ports to the
United Kingdom. The imports of
Russian lumber although we have
no information, are altogether likely
on a barter basis, and by that much
are a stimulus to the export of
British" manufactures to Russia.
Lower Output of All Metals
By Consolidated Co.
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, Limited,
reporting production figures for
tlie third quarter of the current
year, showed dec-lines in all metals.
The production schedule does not
list any copper for the quarter.
Production of lead, zino and silver
show declines, as compared with
the second quarter of the current
year and against the third quarter
of last year. Gold production of
9937 ounces ill the quarter com
pares with 8861 ounces in the second quarter and with 60G5 in the
third quarter of 1931.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FINE OLD NAVY
(Ask the Sailors)
GOLDEN GROVE
(Ask the Doctors)
Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now is the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
YORK HOTEL
Vancouver. 18. ۥ
Thi- House ol  Comfort
and Cheery Service
Extremely Low
Mew Winter
Kates:
mrHo.il Mfj     MTU bath
DAIIY     $ 1.50$ 2.00
MONTHLY  25.00   30.00
ALL OUTSIDE IIOilMS
it-
Free Garage
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In the centre of the city's
attractions
All   room-   exceptionally
large and noise proof
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Write For Illustrated Folder
THE YORK HOTEL
Vancouver, B.C.
II G llonthlan  Monaster
Isefiil Christmas (lifts
Three-piece sets of beautiful Ladies' Sleeping Suits, comprising Long Chemise, Nightie and  Bloomers.    Made in
China from pure Chinese Silk.     A beautiful Christmas
present.    Price $12.50.
Ladies' Suits of Rayon Silk Underwear, Vest and Bloomers, boxed, in all shades.    Price $2.25.
A large assortment of Ladies' Heavy Rayon  Silk  Underwear.    All colors and various prices.
This advertisement is not publish-  \^
ed or displayed  by . the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Govern-' ■
ment of British Columbia
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Advertise in the Herald
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LEW LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
Is-
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
. League.
Membership in the League carries many other privileges.   Anyone may join.   The dues are only 50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
.J
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Kubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL MERCHANT
Alice Arm
MINING  IN
BRITISH  COLUMBIA
Among the Canadian Provinces, British Columbia is the
leading producer of Silver, Lead and Zinc
In this Province, about 45 per cent, of Canada's Silver,
97 per cent, of the Lead and 93 per cent, of the Zinc are
.   produced.
British Columbia has produced approximately $1,300,000,-
000 worth of minerals.
About 200,000 square miles of unexplored mineral-bearing
lands are open for prospecting.
Practically every mineral known to be found on the
Continent occurs to some extent in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
"McConnell Creek Placer Area"
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
J
i'W ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 10.  19S2
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"MAY I USE THE 'PHONE?"
Empress of Britain as Floating Pay Station.
Madeira got a new thrill recently when telephone
communication was established between that
pleasant island and London, England for the first
time.
The occasion was the arrival of the Canadian
Pacific liner Empress of Britain at Funchal on a
cruise around the world. This magnificent new liner
has the most powerful ship-to-shore telephone
system in the wodd and Madeirans were not slow to
recognize a chance to make island history.
During her stay there, lying at anchor just beyond
the famous Loo Rock, the Empress was host to many
visitors. Amongst these were two who casually
asked, "May I use the 'phone?"
Just as casually the telephone operator of the ship
called up London and put the callers through over
1,823 miles of water.
Reports from the Empress of Britain, now at
Colombo, Ceylon, indicate that the wireless telephone
is a popular feature of the ship. The longest distance
yet reported is Haifa, Palestine, to Montreal. The
liner works on a daily schedule with Canada, through
the Canadian Marconi stations at Yamachiehe and
Drummondville, Quebec, and the Bell long distance
board in Montreal.
Photos show: EmpreBg of Britain at Madeira with
Loo Rock in the foreground, and a typical bedroom
Itted with telephone.
Personal Christmas
Greeting Cards
S3
It is not too late for you to order your Christmas Cards
> if you have not already done so, nor is it too late for
you to increase your order should you find that you
have not enough on hand to  convey the  Season's
Greetings to your many friends.
Don't be sorry when Christmas Day arrives and then wish you had ordered
more cards
Our Prices are cut so low this year that the matter of an extra dozen or
two cards is a trivial matter
Samples can be seen at the Elks' Club.   Your cards returned
by next mail following receipt of order
We have sold Personal Christmas Cards in Anyox for the past eleven years,
and our business is increasing.   There is a reason of course.   It is high grade
cards and printing, plus a low price, and quick delivery
anc
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33,117,314 Pieces is Long Laundry List
Can you Imagine a bewildered
Chinaman trying to total a
laundry list of 33,117,314 pieces?
But there Is one like that. It Is
the total of washing done-
by and for the Canadian
Pacific Railway Company in 1930, in Canada,
Including hotels and bungalow - camps; sleeping
and dining car service,
(which also operates station restaurants), and
the British Columbia
Coast boat service. If
one stopped to sit down
and- figure out the gallons of water and bars
of soap required for these
operations, the results
might be even more astounding.
The hotel, department
owns 789,821 pieces of
linen; the dining and
sleeping car, service
some 1,500,000 and the
British Columbia steamships another, 247,000,
making a grand total of,
2,536,821 pieces. These
include all "flat-pieces",
such as table - cloths,
sheets, napkins, towels,
pillow-cases, etc; the
white coats worn by the
company's   servants   In
the various departments, and, in
the hotels, a certain amount of
laundry, done for guests. In the
hotels, too, blankets, bed-spreads,
rugs, and so forth must
be considered. Every
piece of laundry handled
becomes a laundry-piece
each time it appears in
the wash. Thus a single
table-napkis may be a
laundry-piece over and
ovier again, according to
the supply of linen needed and available.
The picture shows a
battery of washing machines ln tbe laundry of
the Royal York Hotel,
Toronto, the largest hotel ln the British Empire.
Similar equipment in the
great chain of Canadian
Pacific Railway hotels
throughout Canada handles the great laundry
list in various centres,
with the assistance, in
certain districts, ot laundries outside the com-
pony's service. But the
Standard maintained is
the same everywhere,
immaculate cleanliness
being the motto from
coast to coast, both
ashore and afloat
Your Message To
The Public
Will give you 100 Per Cent. Results
when it is Published in The Herald
If you are holding a Dance, Card Party,
Concert, Public Celebration, or any Public
Affair, or if you have anything to sell, the
quickest, cheapest and easiest way to inform
the Public is to carry an advertisement in
the Herald
Our Advertising Rates are
Cheap
The Herald finds its way into almost every
home in the district, and your message is carefully and leisurely read by the whole family
round their own fireside. It is not scanned
over and forgotten as is a small weather-beaten
message stuck on a post
We can also handle your printing orders cheaply, quickly and
efficiently.
WE DO REAL PRINTING
Anyox Representative—Mr. P. Powell,
Phone 262 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, December 10.  1932
THE PICTURES
"HELL DIVERS"
SATURDAY, DEC.   10th.
Wallace Beery and Clark Gable
pile thrill on thrill in this Metro-
Goldwyn Mayer triumph. And
what a pair of stars. At the height
of their screen popularity, fresh
from individual-triumphs in "The
Champ" and "Susan Lenox", they
are brought together to head the
greatest cast in years in a drama of
romance and thrills which will possibly never be equalled. This picture, directed by George Hill, who
made "The Big House", took one
year to make. It is full of laughs,
love, action, and tragedy. You
will hold tight to your seats when
you see this thrilling triumph on
Saturday.
Much is done in the name of
FRIENDSHIP. And SO are
many.
Banter*
Mmmh
"Hotel Continental"
TUESDAY, DEC. 13th.
With Peggy Shannon, Theodore
Eltz, Alan Mowbray, Farrell McDonald, Rockcliffe Fellowes, A
Tiffany Production. This hotel
mystery drama is centred about a
famous old metropolitan hotel on
the eve of the day it is to be given
over to the wreckers. The plot
concerns a wallet, that contains
8100,000, and the interests of three
different factions in the recovery of
the wallet. An ex-convict, a gang
of crooks, a beautiful girl accomplice, supply the complications.
Tragedy is narrowly averted as the
story moves swiftly to its climax.
Peggy Shannon is featured as the
heroine.    Tuesday's showing.
Smelter Employee Loses Arm
In Accident
Edmund Gaspers, an employee of
the Smelter Department, had the
misfortune to lose his right arm on
December 4th. through an accident.
Gaspers was assisting in the removal of some old converter pots
when one of them rolled over unexpectedly and caught his arm in
between this one and another.
Immediate amputation was necessary, his arm being removed above
the elbow. He is being cared for
at the General Hospital,
High Grade Ore Struck At
Rossland
In the Rossland camp what is
believed to be the mother lode of
the district was struck in the I. X.
L . The ore is showy and the average assays $2-10 lo the ton, so it is
said. The Velvet mine there i.s being prepared for operiitioi s. Ar.
old ore dump of 3\0'.X) tons, averaging §35 in gold and copper, will
be handled first.
Economists knffi pointing out
that it cost more lo livf a. few youra
ago than it (Id.i'fl row. Wlnit
they forget ti) ment Ion i« tlitil it
was worth it.
Will be rendered by tbe Augmented Cboir of the   United
Church, Anyox
IN THE ELKS' HALL
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21
AT 8 P.M.
Direction ol N. R. Redman.    Organist:
Frank Dresser.
Everyone   should  hear  this  glorious
Christinas Oratorio
ADMISSION 50c.
Judge (to policeman): "And
what made you think the accused
was under the influence of liquor?"
Policeman: "My Lord. I saw
the accused walk along the street
and run into a lamp post. He
backed up and started forward a-
gain and ran into the lamp post
again. He did this four times.
Then he sat down on the sidewalk
and, holding his head in his hands,
he sobbed out, "Lost, lost, in an
impenetrable forest."
Closing of Tacoma Smelter
Would Not Effect Premier
Conductor (to young couple on
train): "The tunnel we just passed
through was two miles long and
cost $5,000,000 to build."
Gal (arranging her hair): "Well
it was worth it."
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FIND PRIMEVAL AXE
A jithropologiBts in Canada are
** all excited over the discovery
during the construction of the
Royal York Golf course, Toronto,
bf a finely preserved bronze axe
head, still capable of doing hefty
work in the hands of a determined
man. Some believe that it is an
Indian implement, but many more
Bay it is an authentic relic of the
Bronze Age, perhaps a score of
thousand yean old and going back
to the dim beginnings of humanity.
Beautifully balanced and still quite
sharp, the years have left their
traces on the axe and there are
even to be seen markings where
leather strips bound it to the handle. Within sight of a great city
where once Indians prowled and
long centuries before them, primitive men fought with monsters, the
place where it was picked up will
soon be the scene of golfers teeing
off or negotiating difficult bunkers. The course will be open for
play next Spring.
Operations at the Premier mine,
Stewart will not be affected if the
Smelter at Tacoma is foroed to
close through loss of concentrates
from Britanna. At present the
Premier Co. ships 4,000 tons of ore
monthly to Tacoma and 2,000 tons
to Anyox. In addition 1,500 tons
of concentrates are shipped each
month to Tacoma and Selby
smelters.
Iu the event of the closing of the
Tacoma smelter it is very probable
that Premier would increase its
milling capacity and mill ore now
shipped to Tacoma.
That there is no indication of
closing the Premier, as recently reported from Stewart, is evidenced
by the fact that the Premier Co
has placed an order for 23 miles of
three-quarter inch cable to replace
the wire rope on the aerial tram-
way.
No, Oswald, my son, all that
glistens isn't gold, just look at the
back of your father's blue suit for
instance.
THE  HERALD
$2.00 a  Year
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Oppoaite Liquor Store
B. P. O. ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meeti every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application lo club manager
SOUTH
Winter Sailings
From  Anyox   for   Stewart,
Prinoe Rupert, Ocean Fulls,
Powell River and Vancouver,
Wednesdays, Midnight.
Fortnightly service to Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Particulars on request.
TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9.30
a.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East.
Passports arrangedfor
Old Country sailings.
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Wm informotion coll or write
local agent, or
B. MoEWEN, U.tf. ft P.A.
Prinoe Rupert, B.C.
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Medicines. Toilet Articles, Etc.
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A gift of fine Silverware is inexpensive and
useful.   All these items are of good quality:
Cake Plates '.-... from $3.00
Sandwich Trays  from   3.00
Butter Dishes from  1.00
Casseroles from 5.00
Tea Sets $14.00 and 21.00
Salts and Peppers from 1.50
Comports from 5.00
Bon Bon Dishes  — from 1.50
Serving Trays  from 2.50
Cream and Sugar Sets 6.50
Pie Plates 3.25
COMMUNITY  PLATE
A choice of pieces  in  the  well-known  "Adam"
pattern,  Community,  all  at the new low prices.
Why not add to sets that you have already started ?
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CHRISTMAS   CANDLES
A large variety in various designs and colors.
A pleasing gift for the home.
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