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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
V\      !
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B, C.
$2.50 a Year
| Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to
all other points.
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VOL. 10,   NO. 52-
Alice Arm, B. C, Friday, Junb 26, 1931
5 cents each.
A. C. L. Choral Society
Hold Meeting
A fair number of members attended the Annual General Meeting of the A. C. L. Choral Sooiety
at the United Church Hall on
Wednesday, June 17.
The Secretary's report was read,
outlining the past season's activities. The season was the best yet
experienced by the Sooiety whioh
is in a good position to start the
, forthcoming season,
Eleotion of offioers took   plaoe
Iresulting as follows: President, Mr.
li. Elliott; Vice-President, Mr. D.
IB. Evans; Conductor, Mr. N. R.
tied man;   Accompanist,   Mrs.   J.
MacMillan;    Seoretary-Treasurer,
lv. E. Field; Committee, Miss M.
[lodsworth,   Mrs.   Redman,   Reg
leys and Ray Roberts.
Rehearsals  will be resumed in
[sptember.when all past members
lid new talent will be welcomed.
Inother  operetta has been   pur-
ased, this one being longer  than
.'enitent    Pirates."     The    new
beratta is called "The Treasure
lunters" the music for which is in
[wimmer Loses Life In
Isaacs Creek
Ferdinand Noe, an employee at
he Hidden Creek Mine, lost his
[ife while swimming near Isaacs
fcreek on Saturday afternoon last.
INoe was apparently taken with the
cramps and went down before any-
ione could reach him. His body
was recovered at 9.30 on Saturday
night by Constable Service. Born
in 1901 in Baden, Germany, Noe
served as an officer in the German
army during the war. Accidental
death from drowning was the verdict at the enquiry held on Monday.
Deceased was buried at the Anyox
cemetery on Monday afternoon.
New Playground At Mine Is
Fitted with a regulation size
goal-post for football practice, the
new playground at the Mine is already working overtime. The footballers quickly realized the advantage of having a ground right at
their own door. The ground is
also being used to practice running
and other sports. A business-like
roller stands all ready for use so
that the ground is kept in good
shape. It has leaked out also that
a S-hole golf course at the Mine is
Johnny Chenoski Met
Death While Logging
John Chenoski, who reoently lost
his life at Komeleon Inlet, about
twenty miles south of Prinoe Ru-
pert,iwns well known in Anyox,
having resided here for several
years. He was especially active in
athletic circles and his untimely
death is deeply deplored by his
many friends.
He was employed in a logging
camp at the time of his death. He
was caught by a log and his neck
was broken. Deceased was only
23 years of age, and had lived in
Prince Rupert since he was a boy.
He leaves to mourn his loss a father
and mother and several brothers
and sisters of Prince Rupert, and a
brother, M. Chenoski of Anyox.
The funeral was held at Prince
Rupert on June 19th. and a large
number of relatives and friends
attended the ceremony.
Mine Athletes Training For
Sports Events
With their usual thoroughness,
the men at the Hidden Creek Mine
are getting into shape to capture
the first prizes at the forthcoming
Sports. Putting the-shot, for instance. Also marathon running.
High jumping, too, has its aspir
ants. Training for these events is
iu full swing-
In the early hours of Monday
morning a violent storm broke over
Anyox. Heavy rain fell and deluged the streets, and vivid lightning accompanied by tremendous
bursts of thunder prevailed for almost half au hour.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. Sor-
rienti, at Anyox General Hospital,
June 17th, a son.
M. Chenoski extends sincere
thanks to his many friends in the
Mechanical Department for their
beautiful floral tribute to the memory of his brother "Johnny" who
was accidentally killed at Porcher
Island. Mr. and Mrs. Chenoski
left for Prince Rupert last Friday,
to attend the funeral.
Evening Servioe will be held at
theAnglioan Churoh, Alioe Arm,
on Sunday next at 7.30. The Bishop of the Diocese, the Rt. Rev. G.
A. Rix will be present and will
conduct a confirmation service and
also consecrate the new Church.
All Ready For July 1st.
Fine weather is the only thing
necessary to ensure the success of
the big Dominion Day celebration
next Wednesday. ' The Anyox
Community League have done
everything possible for everyone to
spend an enjoyable, day. It now
remains for everyone to enter
wholeheartedly into the spirit of
the occasion and help to celebrate
the anniversary of the confederation of the provinces of the Dominion. ;
Don't forget the big parade
forms at 9 a.m., and from that
hour the time will be fully taken
up with sports throughout the
day, followed by a big dance in the
Mine Win From Celts
In Close Game
Playing a forceful, aggressive
game, the Mine secured a win over
the Celts on Thursday the 18th.
Jimmy Dixon notched the only goal
of the game from a nice pass by
Ivor Davies in the first half. The
games was interesting to watch:
For the Celts, Williams came close
to scoring once or twice, and Mc
Coll sent in a hot shot right across
the goal mouth which missed by
inches; on the other hand the Mine
were unlucky in not adding to their
score. Dick Lavery was a very
satisfactory referee.
A big crowd of fans attended this
Celts and Smelter Draw In
Tame Game
The game on Tuesday the 16th
between the Celts and the Smelter
was unsatisfactory and disappointing. A persistent and annoying
wind did not help matters. The
Smelter, fielding a fine team, played uphill and against the wind first
half, but shortly after the start
Buntain headed the ball through.
From then on until well in the
second half the game was a mix
ture of errors and futile kicking
until finally, after several attacks
on the Smelter goal, Jaok McColl
equalized. Soon after this a penalty—whioh was obviously doubtful—was awarded the Smelter, and
Musser gave the fans a thrill by
saving it, This ended the business
for the day.
Stewart and Hyder Will
Hold Big Celebration
The towns of Stewart, B. C. and
Hyder, Alaska will hold a big celebration on July 18 19 and 20. This
joint celebration will be the biggest
ever held at the head of Portland
Not a dull minute will be allowed
the celebrants. Sports of all kinds
tave been planned, including pack
horse and ohariot races, rock drilling, mucking and ore tramming
contests, boxing and wrestling,
firework's display, and two dances,
one at Stewart on Saturday night,
and tbe other at Hyder on Sunday
The United States Battleship
Detroit will visit Hyder during the
celebration and members of the
crew will compete for honors with
the landsmen in the sports arena.
Former Anyox People Wed
At Victoria
A ceremony of interest to many
Anyox people took .plaoe at St<
Matthias Church, Viotoria, B. C.
on June 6th, when Miss Evelyn
M. Patrick, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. S. Patriok of Victoria, was
united-in marriage to Mr. L. A.
Goedbloed. Miss Patrick was
formerly on the Hospital Staff at
Anyox and Mr. Goedbloed held an
assayers position at the Smelter.
The happy couple will reside in
Promotions of Alice Arm
Public School
The Alice Arm Public School
closed on Friday last, and the pupils are now free from their arduous duties for over two long
months. Reading, writing, oto.
will be far from their youthful
minds, and play will occupy their
whole attention.
Following is the list of promotions:
Promoted to Grade VII—John
Studdy, Marguerite Moss, Leah
Promoted to Grade VIA—Joan
Promoted to Grade V A—Hilda
Promoted to Grade IV— Anna
MoGuire, Robert Beaudir (on probation.)'
Honor Rolls were awarded to
Ellen Anderson, proficiency; Leah
Kergin, re^, i.uii^ and punctuality:
Anna McGuire, deportment.
The following students are writing Departmental examinations:
Grade VIII—Ellen Anderson.
Alma Evindson.
Grade IX—Lillian IdoBs.
.   Grade Y—i lorenoe Studdy.
Grade XI—Loii Studdy, Jack
Dr. Geo. Hanson Surveying
At Salmon River
Dr. Geo. Hanson, of the geological section of the Department of
'Mines, Ottawa, is spending this
summer in the Salmon River district of the Portland Canal. Dr.
Hanson has spent five summers in
the Alice Arm district in connection with a geological survey, completing his work last year.
Advertise in the Herald
High School Pupils Taking
Miss Henderson, who is a member of the .Granby Bay Sohool
teaching staff, arrived at Alice
Arm on Saturday. During the
week she has been supervising the
writing of the examination papers
of the Alioe Arm High School
students. The examination of the
Grade 8 students commenced today.
Advertise in the Herald
S. Peters Wins Golf
A very interesting tournament
was held by the Anyox Golf Club
on Sunday last. It was a hidden
hole tournament and thirty-five
players participated. Par for the
hidden hole was 21.
Following are the scores of the
leading ten players:
S.Peters 22
M. J. Sheen 24
F.F.Brown 25
W.F.Eve T 28
W. G. Johnstone 28
H. R. Taylor 29
D. MacConnachie 29
F. Pearson .....30
H. L. Patterson 30
A. W. Gigot 30
Mine Ladies' Aid Energetic
The newly-formed Mine Ladies
Aid of the Union Church is composed of real live-wires. With the
energy and thoroughness for which
the Mine people are noted they
recently held a sale of candy, etc.
at the Mine Picture Show and netted a goodly sum. Miss Helen
Calderoni is the capable secretary.
The committee wish to thank all
those ladies at both the Mine and
Beach who assisted with donations. ■■
ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD, Friday, June 26,  3931
Howe Sound Co. Cut
Howe Sound Mining Company
has announced a further reduction
in dividends. The July payment
will be at the quarterly rat«> of 50
cents a share pjaoijjg the stock on
a $2 annual basis "compared with
the $3 basis aiiiinounoed at the
time of the Ap'rir'payment. De
claratiou was made,tliis week of a
50 cent dividend, payable July 15
to shareholders of record June 30.
Continued low prices for copper,
lead and zinc have resulted in declines in earnings. The company
paid $4 per share in 1927 and in
1928. In 1929 the payment was
increased to $5 per share, but was
reduced to $4 in 1930. In April
the quarterly payment was reduced from $1 to 75 cents.
. Earnings in 1930 were $4.09 per
share, just sufficient to cover divi
dend requirements. There was a
big drop iu earnings in the last
quarter and 1931 earnings to date
have been on lower basis than
last year.
Stocks of Refined Copper Shows Increase
New York—Stocks of refined
copper in North and South America increased 30.746 tons in May to
a total of 398.667 tons at the end
of the month, the American Bureau
of the Metal Statistics reports.
The total compares with stocks of
354,205 tons at tlio end of March.
Production increased slightly
last month to 102,695 tons, com
pared with 100,201 tons in April
and 102,058 tons in March. Ship
ments during May were 71,949
tons, against 87,785 in April and
114,482 in March.
Fields:   "How came that famous
surgeon to go broke?"
Holt:  "Ho was operating in the
wrong place."
Fields: "Some mistake, eh?"
Holt:  ' Yes, lie tried   to operate
in Wall Street!"
ere an
Admiral Earl Jellicoe, fcero of the
battle of Jutland, will open the
Toronto Exhibition next August.
lie will be a passenger on the
"Duchess of York."
More newsprint paper it made in
Canada than in any other country.
In iy;i() Canada manufactured
2,504,000 tons or 36 per ctnt of the
world production of newsprtat paper.
Thirty-eight lakes in the district
of The Pas are being commercially
fished today as against 18 two years
ago. The eaten was 2,175,000
pounds of fish in 1930 as compared
with 1,400,000 lbs. in 1928.
Sixteen countries have so far accepted the invitation ot the Canadian Government to send official
representatives to the World's
Grain Exhibition and Conference to
be held at Regina, July 25 to August 6, 1932.
Foxes on the ranches In Prince
Edward Island are getting Vita-
mine D in their diet, through the
medium of fish. Twice a week
sun-dried herring are fed to the
foxes on the ranches. The animals
are thriving on this new diet.
Banff, Yoho and Kootenay national parks in the Rockies are
available to motorists in a continuous loop route at t'.e cost of a $2
licence fee. This opens up 400 miles
of fine travelling in unrivalled
scenery with a total park area of
3,679 square miles.
A Calgary man has won the
cheque for $500 offered for the best
slogan in the contest just closed by
the management of the World's
Grain Exhibition and Conference to
be held at Regina, July 25—
August 6, 1932. The slogan was:
"Show what you grow and share
what you know."
The English Association Football
team, representing many of the best
Soccer teams in the Old Country,
which will tour Canada, playing
games in the major cities of the
Dominion during the next two
months, arrived at Montreal on
board the Duchess of Atholl,
May 23.
Radio continues to grow in popularity In Canada. Licensed receiving sets at the end of laBt
March totalled 614,701, an increase
of 00,555 over the number registered the previous year. Figures for
the year to .March 31, 1931 represent a set for every ljl of the population.
Included in the brilliant pasienger
list that will feature the maiden
vouwe of the Empress of Britain,
42 500 ton (Hi -ship of the Canadian
Pai-ilic Atlantic Meet at the end of
May, will be Lord ftothermore.
preat English publicist and owner of
8 string of Brtish newspapers,
including the London Daily Mail.
Represent.-.tive French railway
experts touring this country and the
United States recently mads a
thorough inspection of Canadian
Pa'-ilic transportation facilities,
steamships, hotels and terminals,
gathering n considerable bod»' of
Information with a view to renewal
ot material und equipment on the
Chemin de Fer du Nord, in France.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Tailor
Send your Tailoring and Cleaning
Work.   We can Please You
Preliminary Steps For Trade
Census Taken
The (ifteen thousand enumerators who have heen engaged since
June 1st. in taking the Population
Census have also been making a
record of the name and address of
every retail and wholesale estab
lishment in the Dominion. These
names are to be the basis for the
Postal Census of Merchandising
and Service Establishments.
It will be some weeks before all
the lists are in the hands of the
Officials in the Dominion Bureau
of Statistics. When they have
been carefully scrutinized and certain other preliminary work done,
schedules will be mailed to each
retail or wholesale establishment;
It is expected that somewhere between 150,000 and 200,000 names
will be reoeived and. though a very
great amount of preparatory work
is necessary before schedules dan
be mailed, is is expected that they
will be sent out in August. ■
Egg  Production Shows Big
There were 21,348,014 dozen
eggs produced in British Columbia
in 1930, acoording to the report of
J. R. Terry, poultry commissioner.
He points out that in spite of depression this was an increase of
3,557,274 dozen over 1929, or practically 15%. The export of eggs
was 330 cars, a large proportion
due to the operation of the Proyin
cial Egg Pool.
Tuberculosis claims its victims in
the prime of life. The great majority between 16 and 45.
Pack Trains, Saddle Horses
and Heavy Teams
No Contract too Large or
too Small
IF YOU have not received your copy of
Infant feeding literature together with our
Baby Record Book fill
In the attached coupon
and they will be lent
you free of all cost.
Eagle Brand
CONDENSED        \rfUfc
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Tlie Borden Co. Ltd.,       ......
2 Homer Arcade Mldg., Vancouver .
obntlbmbn: Pleaie lendma free
copica of your Authoritative literature ou Child Welfare.
Jhfr,. Herald Job Printing Department is
equipped to handle any class of work
:   :   ;  Promptly and Efficiently  :   :   ;
Office Forms
Business Cards
Admission Tickets
Visiting Cards
Invitation Cards       ,
and Announcements
Are among the many forms of Printing
handled by the Herald Office
During the past ten years the Herald
Printing has  won an enviable  record
Don't Rob Yourself
During these tight times by failing to
take advantage of the advertising
columns of the Herald
If you have anything to sell, whether it is a piano,
a radio, phonograph, an admission ticket to a dance,
concert or card party, Life or Fire Insurance, something to eat, wear or smoke, an auto ride, or whatever you have to sell: then
Advertise it in the Herald"
and Increase Your Sales
Managers of social affairs are reminded
that an extra ticket or two sold pays for
an advertisement, and the others sold
through advertising are all clear
We will gladly write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
For Results Advertise in The Herald
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ALICE  iRM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD, Friday, June 26, 1931
Percentage of Mines
Rather Small
The activities of the Consolidated
Mining and Smelting Company in
search of new properties last year
was quite extensive, some 452 properties in all being reported on. Of
these 188 were in British Columbia,
others ranged from the Yukon to
Newfoundland, while 43 were in
the United States and Alaska and
16 in South Africa. Out of all
these exami nutations options were
taken on sixteen, and out of the
sixteen, only two were continued,
according to the report of Mr. W.
M. Archibald, vice president in
charge of mines.—Mining & Industrial Review.
Gladys (in parked car with her
boy friend) — My, how fast your
heart is heating- It sounds like a
Clarenoe—Yes, that's the call to
i arms.
Two piokpockets had been following an old man whom they had
seen display a fat wallet.   Sudden
ly lie turned off and wsht into a
lawyer's offioe.
"Good Lord," said on*, "• fine
mess.   Wot'll we do now?"
"Easy," said his mate, lighting a
cigarette.   "Wait for the lawyer."
"John," said his better half,
firmly, "one or two things is going
to happen. Either you are going
to learn to win at poker or you are
going to spend your evenings at
home playing oheokers with me.
I'm tired of your money going to
buy new hats for the wives of
those other players."
We have a wide range of Men's Shirts of all descriptions,
including Heavy Woolen Shirts, in khaki, grey, brown,
blue and green, in all sizes.
Cotton Khaki Shirts for summer wear in all sizes from
$1.25 to $2.00.
Dress Shirts in all the latest colors and stripes.   First-
olass quality from $1.75 to $3.50.
LEW  LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
Signalling Trains Through New Quebec Tunnel
Through a mile-long
tunnel, under the
historic Plains of Abraham, where Wolfe defeated Montcalm and
won Quebec and Canada for Britain in
1759, passengers from
the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company's
palatial White Empresses make their first
entry into Canada,
from the Wolfe's Cove
docks, joining the main
line of the world's
greatest transportation system at St.
Malo, thus saving a
long trip through local
terminals and speeding up their journey to
Montreal and their
respective destinations
beyond. The signal
system in connection with the new tunnel is of particular interest, for it not only handles
trains through the tunnel and on to the main line, but covers tramline and railway crossings which are made on the way to the tunnel mouth at the land end. A signal cabin on
the main line, at the outskirts of the city, houses the control system. The operator faces
a board, shown in the top picture, which consists of a number of electric levers for
opening and closing switches and also has 20 rotary buttons, for operating the lights of
a like number of signals at various points on the trackage covered. By the Bame Doard,
the operator is able to locate his train or trains at any moment. It will be noted that the
control board is practically a map of the tunnel trackB, the numbers on it corresponding
to those on the Blgnal posts. The line running down the board is the tunnel and the
lines across the top of it represent the tracks of the mainline. The signals to engineers
from the posts are made by means of red, yellow and green lights, indicating "stop",
/'caution" and "proceed", respectively. The system was
supplied by the General Railway Signal Company, and installed by the C. P. R's signal
         ^____„ forces.
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Dauy Papers
Post Oflice Building, Alice Arm
"tf   jr
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Slielf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes  and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
Alice Arm
Parade, Bicycle Races,  Boy Scouts'  First Aid Competition
and Patriotic Display
Field Sports, including Children's and Adults'  Foot Races,
Jumps   and   other   Novelty   Races,  Marathon Race,  Inter-
Departmental Relay Race, Shot Put.
Dominion Day Dance and Presentation of Prizes in Gymnasium.    Best music and an enjoyable time for everybody.
Help Make this Celebration the Biggest Yet
For iafar natiou call at
write IomI •gent at
R. P. McNaufthton. D.P.A.
Priaae Bupert, B.C.
From Stewart for Anyox, Massett Inlet,
Prince Rupert and Vancouver,
Tuesdays, a.m.
For Prince Rupert, Ocean Falls, Powell
River and Vancouver, Saturdays 9.00 a.m.
From Anyox for Stewart and ports South
Fridays 11.00 p.m.
Weekly service to Massett Inlet and
fortnightly service to South Queen Charlotte Islands. Particulars on request
Daily from Vancouver at 1.45 p.m. and
1.00 a.m for Victoria and Seattle.
Passenger trains leave Prince Rupert daily
(Sunday  excepted)  at   12.30  p.m.   for
Edmonton, Winnipeg and points East.
cflnflDmn naTionai.
THE  HERALD,  $2.50 A YEAR ALICE  AEM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD, Friday, June 26, 1931
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Dan Lamont arrived back on
Monday from a vacation spent in
the south.
Chas. D. McLachlan arrived
home on Monday from Vancouver,
where he attended the funeral of
his brother, who recently died
M. Huston arrived from Vancouver on Monday's boat.
Mrs. Don Cleal arrived home on
Monday from a vacation spent in
the south.
W. R. Kennedy arrived from
Prinoe Rupert on Monday.
Arrivals from Prince Rupert on
Monday, included T. H. Har-
greaves, A. J. Curzon, W. Lang.
Bert Strand left on Monday's
boat for Norway, where he will
spend a vacation.
R. C. Cornish left on Monday
for a vacation, which he will spend
iu the south.
Dr. D. 11. Learoyd left on Friday
for a vacation in Vancouver and
coast cities. While in Vancouver
he will attend the convention of
the Canadian Medical Association.
Mrs. G. H. Stewart and her son
Hughie left on Friday for a vacation in the south.
Mrs. J. A. McMaster and sons
Jimmie and Bruce, travelled south
on Friday and will spend the sum
mer months at Savory Island.
Ed. Kitchen arrived home on
Friday from a vacation in the
Ralph T. Carrick arrived on
Friday from a vacation spent in
J. E. Forsman arrived in town
on Friday.
B. L. Anderson arrived on Friday from Saskatoon.
W. H. Miller arrived from
Ottawa on Friday.
Arrivals from Vancouver on
Friday, included J. Jaburson, H
Patchett, C. H. Smith.
The plumber worked and the
helper stood helplessly looking on.
He was learning the business. This
was his Hrst day.
"Say," he enquired, "do you
charge for my time?"
"Certainly you idiot" came the
"But I havn't done anything."
The plumber to fill the hour, had
been looking at the finished job
with a lighted candle. Handing
the two inohes of it that were' still
nnburned to the helper, he said
"Here, if you gotta be so darned
conscientious, blow that out."
Wife: Here's a bill from the
Husband: Tell him I can't see
my way yet to pay it.
$2.50 a  Year
ere an
Piefou lobster fishermen are
tiylrig a new venture in shipping
lobsters to Boston, Mass. Keren! !y s carload wtued ut $l,Uu()
went through by express over
Dorninion Atlantic Railway lines
to Yarmouth, being Bhipped thence
to Boston.
Lovers of wild life will be p;lad
to heui of the establishment ol a
second Bird Sanctuary in Canada,
similar to that of Jack Minei. to
be situated at Bird Haven Farm,
by John VV. Piggott, of Bridgetown, Nova Scotia. ll will bo
located in the heart of the beautiful Annapolis Valley.
The first radio broadcast in
hi.«tory of musical entertainment
from a steamship in motion, sent
over a network of Canadian and
United States land stations, was
carried through successfully as the
Empress of Britain was sailing up
the St. Lawrence on her maiden
voyage from Cherbourg June 1.
All records for the St. Lawrence
route to Europe were shattered
when the new Canadian Pacific
liner Empress of Britain, 42,500-
ton flagship of the company's
Atlantic fleet, made the run from
Cherbourg to Father Point in four
days, nineteen hours, on her
maiden voyage May 27-June 1.
Office;   Opposite Liquor Store
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
"The train ride from Vancouver
to Banff is the most wonderful I
have ever' taken," was the comment of the much-travelled and
famous writer J. B. Priestley, of
"Angel Pavement" and "The Good
Companions" fame, interviewed
recently at the Banff Springs
Hotel. "These parts are too
wonderful to describe," he said,
and added he was coming again
in September for the trail riding.
Judge: "The traffic officer says
you got sarcastic wit.h him.''
Mr. Nagger: "But I didn't intend to be. He talked to me like
my wife does, and I forgot myself
and answered, Yes, my dear."
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 s?rvice.
3 lbs. Prints $1.00; 3. lbs. Silk,
Velvets or Cretonnes $1.50. Agents,
dealers wanted. A MeCreery Co.,
Chatham, Ontario.
(Ask the Sailors)
(Ask the Doctors)
Shipped by
LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not published or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Business Lots from $200 to
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Total Mineral Production to the end of 1930 valued at
$1,237,847,847.00, made up at follows.
Gold, placer $78,588,949.00
Gold, lode 140,868,011.00
Silver 102,435,047.00
Copper 265,871,528.00
Lead  163,617,773.00
Zinc-.. , 87,772,190.00
Coal and coke 330,293,688.00
Structural materials  62,538,833.00
Miscellaneous minerals, etc- • • •    5,861,828.00
Total .$1,237,847,847.00
The Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the year 1930 now is available, and may be
obtained free of charge, together with copies of-special
bulletins, maps, etc., upon application to:
Victoria, B. C.
For Results, Advertise in the
I OU don't need elaborate equipment to compete in the big Kodak
International $100,000 Competition. If you haven't a camera, we
. can fit you up with a capable model
at a very low price. Stop in today.
Get started. Just think—one simple
snapshot might win you $12,250
in prize money! Full details, entry
blanks and suggestions here.
Depend on it to give
you negatives that will
yield prints of prize-
winning quality. Plenty
of Kodak Film here in
your size. Prompt, expert photo finishing.
Drug Department
Remember lhat our eight day shoe sale finishes on Tuesday, June 30th. Your opportunity to buy a pair of these
shoes at an unusually good price will sooil be gone.
Made in black and brown, kid and calf skin, these shoes
are an exceptional value.   Sale Price $4.95.
Furniture Polish and Floor Wax
Poliflor Wax ; 30c. and 50o.
Miracle Wax 550.
Jewel Wax , 75c,
Old English Wax 90o.
Johnson's Wax  90o.
Waxit 75o.
Cedar Polish 25o. and 50o.
loco Polish 60c.
We have a range of men's work shirts in chambrays.
sateens, khaki drills and denims. Roomy cut and strongly
sewn throughout. In sizes 14j to 17£. Prioe 2 for $2.75.
Men's Flannel Pants in Light and Dark Grey. Prom
$4.50 up.
Just arrived!   A new line of Maybelle Lingerie.
Beach Pyjamas.   Colors:   Manve with Dark Mauve, Brown with Light Brown.
Sizes:   Medium *nd Large.   Price $3.00.
Pyjamas.   Colors: Black and White, Red and White and Canton Blue.   Sizes
Medium and Large.   Price $2.50.


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