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THE HERALD
Published in the-interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 12,   NO. 43
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, March 25, 1933
o cents each.
Close  Scores  Feature
First Play-off Games
Basketball
The first games of the play-off
series for the Basketball Cup were
played on Friday, March 17th. all
the teams of the League participating. Close scores featured the
men's games. The High School
lost to the Mechanics by only two
points, and the Vandals defeated
the Concentrator by only five
points.
The first game found the High
School nine points behind the
Machinists at half time, and pulling
up to within two points by the time
the final whistle blew. The youngsters almost made the grade, and
on the play deserved a better fate.
Wendle, a new man from Prince
Rupert, proved a tower of strength
to the students, but was unfortunate in being sent to the showers
towards the end. D. Gillies and
Gordon were at their peak in this
session, while Buntain did most of
the sums for his class.
The teams: High School, H.
Dresser" 7. D. billies 14, tf. Gordon 9, A. Dodsworth, F. Patrick,
B. Wendle. Mechanics: J. Gillies
7, C. Dresser 7, J. Buntain 14, L.
Gillies 2, F, Dodsworth 2.
A real tussle was witnessed in
the Gym. on Monday, when the
Continued on Page 4
Christ Church W. A.
Plan Sale of Work
An event that is always profitable
to Anyox folk, is the Sale of Work
and Home Cooking being planned
by the ladies of Christ Church
Women's Auxiliary and Guild, to be
held on May 23rd. The ladies
comprising this Auxiliary are noted
for their ability in arranging functions of this kind, and this one
promises to be most interesting.
A large number of useful and fancy
articles will be on view, and novelties, home cooking, and candy will
be sold. Afternoon tea will also be
served. The proceedings will commence at 2.30.
Quiet  Wedding Solemnized
At Anyox
A quiet wedding took place at the
Anglican Church, Anyox, on Monday the 20th. when Miss Kthel Clay
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Clay, of Cloverdale, was united in
marriage to Mr, Morton Rook, of
Johannesburg, South Africa. Mrs.
M. Warden of Anyox, was the matron of honor. The bride's gown
was of blue crinkled crepe de chine
trimmed with grey. She wore a
blue and grey picture hat to match
with grey gloves and shoes.
A reception was afterwards held
at the home of Mrs. Warden, when
a number of friends of both parties
gathered to congratulate the happy
couple. Mr. and Mrs. Rook will
reside at the Mine.
Large Deficit In Federal
Budget
Means People To Pay Still
Higher Taxes
Hon. E. N. Rhodes presented his
budget to Parliament on Tuesday at
Ottawa with the following outstanding announcements:
Caaba's deficit-on ordinary, account for the year is $53,608,000.
Ordinary revenues totalled $310,-
817,000 and ordinary expenditures
$364,425,000.
Total additions to the debt to
Canada, both for government operations and deficits of the Canadian
National system, amount to $156,-
122,000.
The net debt of the Dominion on
March 31 next will approximate
$2,599,089,000.
The government proposes to float
another conversion loan. It will be
offered to the people of Canada and
the minister declared, "It will be on
a basis that will keep faith with investors and will not in any sense
involve repudiation of existing contracts. It is believed," he said,
"that issue can be made at a rate
which will involve a substantial
saving to the public treasury." He
did not say when the loan would be
floated.
A. C. L. Dance At The
Mine Very Enjoyable
On Thursday last, a most enjoyable dance was held in the Mine
Hall, under the auspices of the
Mine Branch of the Community
League. The function fulfilled in
all respects the purposes for which
it was held; viz, to provide an opportunity for old and new residents
of the town to become acquainted,
and to make the new-comers welcome and at home.
A large crowd attended, and
splendid music was dispensed by
Stretton's Merrymakers, who were
most generous in their numbers and
encores. A tasty supper was served
and the dance was continued until
the wee small hours of Friday a.m.
The Mine Branch of the Community League are to be congratulated
on the success which attended this
affair.
Granby Co. Plant Now
Operating Continuously
All departments in the big ore-
reduction plant at Anyox are now
operating with scarcely a hitch.
The smelter has been working continuously since it was started two
weeks ago, as this last and biggest
link in the chain of production
scarcely ever shuts down.
Our report last week which mentioned an occasional slowing up of
the smelter was in error, as it is of
course realized that shut-downs in
this department seldom take place.
The new crew at the mine are doing
excellent work in the production of
ore and are quick to adapt themselves to new conditions.
Large Number Attend
St. Patrick's Day
Celebration
THE PICTURES
THE BIG BROADCAST
Chas. Bocking President Of
B. C. Mining Association
Charles Booking, President and
General Manager of the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting and
Power Company was eleoted President of the Mining Association
of B. C. at the annual meeting
held at Vancouver on February
22nd.
Alice Arm Notes
Holy Communion will be held at
St. Michael's Church tomorrow,
Sunday March 26th. at 11 a.m.
Evening Service will be held at 7.30.
Services will be conducted by J.
Walter-Hughes. His address at
the evening service will be "The
Church and Science."
Eleven Alice Arm workers, who
were cut off from government relief, when they refused to accept
work at Anyox mine following the
strike, received a supply of groceries on Monday from the Workers
International Relief committee at
Prince Rupert.
SATURDAY, .-M ARCH   25
Burns & Allen, Kate Smith,
Stuart Erwin, Boswell Sisters,
Bing Crosby, Arthur Tracy, Vincent
Lopez, Cab Galloway, Mills Brothers, Leila Hyams—every star of
radio land is in this heart stirring
Paramount Picture. It is a really
human story of the secrets and
events in the great studio of the air.
And through it all is a down-to-
earth convincing love story. You
have not only the combined talents
of every star of the radio to gloriously entertain you, but there is the
great heart story of the people
behind the "mike". A great story,
a great cast, and a great picture for
you on Saturday.
Anyox Athletes Ready For
Outdoor Sports
The pulses of sports devotees
quicken at the thought of the coming season's possibilities. There is
every cause for this. Among the
many new men at the camp, there
are several baseball and football
players, all of whom are keen on
the commencement of looal sports
activities.
Sport is well represented on the
Beaoh Council of the Community
League, as well as on that of the
Mine Branch. Whole-hearted support is expected from the many
lovers of sport which the cainp now
holds. With a real get-together
spirit in the interest of sport generally, and hearty co-operation between the public and the Beach
and Mine Branches of the Community League, the season is sure to be
a record one, and should provide a
great deal of recreation for players
and public alike throughout the
whole community.
A large number of people attended the annual St. Patrick's Day
Celebration, which this year took
the form of a Card Party and Dance
and was held in the Catholic Hall.
So great was the crowd that everyone could not be accommodated in
the hall for supper and a special
room was arranged downstairs for
the overflow.
The hall was well filled for the
cards, both whist and bridge being
played, the winners being as follows:
Whist: Ladies' first Mrs. Patterson
Consolation Mrs. J. Donaldson,
Men's first, Mr. Kenny, Consolation
A. Levoir. Bridge: Ladies' first
prize Mrs. K. O. Peterson, Consolation Mrs. F. Henderson, Men's
first, J. Shields, Consolation T.
Stretton.
After supper dancing was indulged in to excellent music supplied by-
Mrs. MacMillan's Orchestra, and
extra numbers were played by Mr.
Allen and Miss McLachlan. Mr. H.
G. Laurie's pupils, in full costume
delighted everyone with the Irish
Jig, which was splendidly performed, A number of old-time dances
were also greatly enjoyed. The
committee in charge wish to thank
everyone who so kindly assisted in
making the evening a success.
UNDER-COYER MAN
TUESDAY, MARCH  28th.
George Raft, Nancy Carroll, Roscoe
Karns, Gregory Ratoff, Lew Cody.
This is George Raft's biggest
story to date. He is as smooth as
steel and just as tough. He plays
his dangerous game to a whirlwind
finish; smashes the raiders who
dare the dead-line of Wall Street.
Another 100 per cent Paramount
picture. The lure of the theatre
has domjnated the Raft family for
three generations. George, the
latest, plays the leading role in
"Under-cover Man". He emigrates to Hollywood, and finally
wins the leading role in "Night
after Night" and then in "Undercover Man". A truly great Paramount picture for Tuesday.    .
Pals Win From Spooks In
Play-off Game
Coming up from behind in the
second session, the Pals, by dint of
nice combination and fast play, won
from the Spooks on Friday the 17th.
in the first of a series of play-off
games. At the breather the Spooks
had a comfortable lead and evidently had matters well in hand, but in
the second half were somehow unable to connect with the elusive
hoop, while on the other hand the
Pals found everything to their liking.
The score ended 27 to 22 after a
most interesting tussle.
Departure of   Mrs.   James
MacMillan Regretted
General regret was felt throughout the district a few days ago,
when it was known that Mrs. James
MacMillan was leaving Anyox
shortly. Mrs, MacMillan, who has
resided in Anyox for four years,
has been of invaluable assistance in
musical and choral circles during
that time. She has always been
most willing to play for children's
dances, to furnish accompaniments
for soloists at concerts, etc. and
her willingness and adaptability in
this respect has made her beloved
by everyone. She possesses the
true community spirit, and her
charming personality will be greatly
missed throughout the district.
BIRTH AT ANYOX
Rom to Mr. and Mrs. J. Jeffrey,
on Friday March 17th. at the Anyox
General Hospital a son.
Advertise in the Herald
Constable  Brunton   Transferred To Massett
Constable Brunton, of the B. C.
Provincial Police, who has been
stationed at Anyox tor the past
year, has been transferred to Massett, on Cjueen Charlotte Islands.
He left with his family on Wednesday. Constable George Blaney, of
Prince Rupert, has succeeded to the
I position of Constable at Anyox. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday,  March  25.  1933
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Ann 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 Kates on Application.
K. MOSS. Editor and Publisher,
The Hon. J. W. Jones, minister ol finance, who laid his budget
before the Legislature last week,
did not mince matters in regard to
the future plans of the government
regarding retrenchment. He stated clearly that the government
planned to abolish still more grants
to the municipalities, and also that
no public works of any description
would be undertaken anywhere in
the province. The future policy
of the government is for economy
all along the line, regardless of
whom it hurts.
The rich man will be more
heavily taxed. The poor man's
taxes will not be raised because
he cannot pay any more anyway.
The unemployed were not forgotten. It is proposed to eliminate
government relief and make unemployed men and women dependable upon charitable institutions
and the aid of their fellow men.
We are afraid that if such a policy
is enforced a good many men,
women and children will die of
starvation before another year
passes. This would be a dark
blot on our civilization, especially
as there are thousands of tons of
foodstuffs destroyed each year
through lack of market. Those
holding government bonds could
more easily endure a cut in interest
rates than could the unemployed
lose their monthly meagre pittance.
The Hon. Mr. Jones gave a
very lucid and detailed account of
how the finances of the province
have been conducted for the past
twenty years. In his opinion it
has been an orgy of spending, each
government trying to set new
spending records. The result is
that we are paying interest on a
stupendous amount of money, and
that is one big reason for our present financial difficulty. It does not
mend matters to look back and bemoan past mistakes. It should,
however, teach all future governments a lesson. "As ye sow so
shall ye reap," is as applicable today as 2000 years ago, when
Christ gave that imperishable
advice to his followers.
Canadian   Copper   Exports
Increased In 1932
Besides the increased export of
copper to Great Britain in 1932
there were large increases also to
France, Germany, Italy, Belgium
and Sweden. The total export
was valued at $12,597,666 as
against $9,278,44] in 1931.
Don't place trip wires in the
grass of the other fellow's path,
you may have to travel it yourself.
How New Government
Taxation Policy Effects
Taxpayers
The budget brought down in the
Provincial Legislature last week by
Hon. J. W. Jones, minister of finance was not such n bitter pill as
had been expected. However, it is
bad enough in suoh times as these,
when money is scarce and the majority spend many anxious hours
trying to solve the problemn of
paying their taxes.
Following are some of the. outstanding news items in connection
with the 'midget:
No increase in taxation on any
income under $5,000. Above,
$5,000 a new graduated surtax
ranging from 1 to 18 per cent.
Succession duties increased 25 per
cent.
School taxontsideschooldistricts
cut from 5 to 2 mills.
Municipalities' grants of liquor
profits and pari-mutuel taxes cut
by $640,000.
Government estimates expenditures at $22,729,593, including
$2,421,620 for sinking funds. Revenues estimated at $20,497,591,
but as full sinking fund provision
will not be made, government does
not expect actual deficit.
A new salary scale will effect
cuts ranging from 4 to 20 per cent,
in place of the present cuts ranging from 3 to 17 per cent.
Cabinet ministers' salaries will
lie cut from $6225 a year to $6000,
members indemnities from $1,800
to $1,600. Two years ago ministers received $7,500 and members
$2,000.
Departmental expenditures have
been cut by $8,900,000 since 1930-
31. Next year's departmental
costs will be lower than those of
1920 by$530,000, although population has grown 221,000, or 42 per
cent, in that period. These expenditures will be 50c per capita less
than in 1916.
The provincial net debt on November 1, 1932, was $120,622,000,
an increase of $9,117,000 iu the
year, due to unemployment costs.
In the same time sinking funds
increased $2,401,000. The theoretical surplus of these funds is $2,-
950,000, or $578,000 greater than
the surplus a year ago. Yearly
earning powers of sinking funds
are $98,700 in excess of requirements.
The total oost of unemployment
relief up to the end of 1932 was
$16,939,300, of which the province
paid $6,819,700.
Revenues fell in the last fiscal
year by $5,926,000, which is chiefly
responsible for the last deficit
Teacher—"Which is farther
away, Africa or the moon?"
Small Boy—Africa.
"Africa? What makes you think
that?"
"'Cause we can see the moon and
we can't see Africa.''
B.   P. O.  ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Anyox Community
League
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
p.m.
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
"Let me prove to you that advertising brings results!" "I
know," groaned the manufacturer.
'"Yesterday I advertised fora night-
watchman—last night my shop
was broken into."
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
This advertisement is not published  or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
CRAZY CRYSTALS
A NATURAL MINERAL WATER
PRODUCT
For all ailments:   Stomach   Trouble,
Neuritis, Rheumatism, Colds, Hrthritis.
Colitis
Is Now For Sale in Canada
$2.00 a Package—Postage Paid
One Package makes 15 gallons  of
Mineral Water at a cost of only 13c.
a gallon
CRAZY CRYSTALS WATER Co.
DISTRIBUTORS
850, Haitinii St. Weil, Vancouver, B. C.
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BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class  Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now it the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
MEN'S SHOES
We keep on hand at all times a large stock of Men's
Shoes, for both work and dress wear.   Heavy Mining
Shoes, strong and well made with No. 1 leather, nailed,
and toe plate and heel, 8 1-2 inch top, $8.75.
Strong Work Shoes, panco and leather sole, in black or
tan, $3.75 and $4.50.
Dress Shoes in black and tan.  AH sizes, from $5.50 to $6.50.
—1
LEW LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
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OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;    also Heavy  and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,    Boots,   Shoes   aud   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER^a™
GENERAL  MERCHANT
A. f I. 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 ate naturally expected to belong to the
League.
Membershij 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.
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary
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.
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ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  March 25.  1933
Lapse of Miner's Licence
Will Not Lose Him
His Property
Hon. W. A. MoKenzie, minister
of mines, introduced an important
amendment to the Mineral Act in
the Legislature last week, providing that when a free miner's license
lapses ou May 31, he will not, by
,! reason of such lapse, be put in a
position of risking all right, title
or interest, in his mining property
as is the condition under the present "Mineral Act." He may take
out a special free miner's certificate
at any time during the period of
six months after May 31, which
special certificate will re-vest him
in title. In other words he is given
six months' grace, as now is the
oase with this important additional protection—that during this
period he is fully protected providing he takes out a speoial certificate
and pays the penalty attending the
obtaining of that certificate. N°
one can locate his ground; no one
can take any mineral values from
his mineral claim; no one can in
any way enter upon his mining
property during the six months
that he is allowed to remedy the
lapse of his certificate which may
have occurred on the previous
May 31. After six months all
right, title and interest in the claim
is lost.
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Coal from Aiberln m'ncs for
1.032 totalled 4,870,030 tons, an
Increase of 300,000 tons over 1031.
A cod with a silver spoon engraved "C. P. It." in its stomach
was caught recently al the fish
float, Port Alberni, B.C. The
spoon probably fell overboard
trom one of the company's coastal
liners.
A trip that formerly took two
days over rough trails is now
done in 30 minutes hy airplanes
when fish from Northern Manitoba lakes are transported to rail
head for distribution all over
Canada and the United States.
One of the largest sailings of
tho cruise season was recorded
recently when the Empress of
Australia sailed from New York
on a Mediterranean cruise with a
list, of 400 passengers. Many socially prominent Canadians were
on board.
The National Son Flea Hockey
Club's tour of Knropo overcame
all hitches and sailed recently
from Halifax hy Canadian Pacific liner Montcalm. They are
the Allan Oup holders and will
play In London, Paris, Dorlin and
Prague.
Twenty-six year old veteran ol
the northern British Columbia
and Alaska route, the old Princess Royal, once the pride of the
Canadian Pacific's B.C. Coast
Steamships fleet, has been sold
out of tho service to the Island
Tug and Barge Company.
Edmonton's recapture of the
Carnival Throne, the Edmonton
Hustlers' triple victory in the
ladles' hockey series, nnd spectacular ski jumping by youngsters
of 12 to 15 were the outstanding
features or tho Barfr Winter Carnival recently concluded. Miss
Violet Ivvis, of Edmonton, was
crowned tho 1034 Queen.
Canada's fifth annual mid-wln-
tor golf tourney, over Ilio springlike fairways .if Iho Oak Bay Victoria Golf links for lhp E. W.
Beatty Trophy, started February
21 with an entry list of 75 men
and f;r> women. Th"V came from
Em'lMHl, V T.th'nd, t'Viieil i'lales.
IJl'I'I'-ll C'nUJmWll ;;: , !'..■ Prairie
Pl'ovlue-s.
I've just been reading some
statistics here—every time I breathe
a man dies."
"Gosh,   man!   Why don't you
use Listerine?"
If you can't sing as you go along
life's road, don't help the thunder
to growl and drown the other fellow's singing.
ST. CHARLES MILK improves
all Soups and Creamed Sauces!
Thousands of thrifty housewives know that they now can get thai
rich, creamy blandness in their cooking without overstepping the
dictates of economy. The use of Borden's St.
Charles Milk gives that added touch of delicious richness, not only to cream soups and
sauces, but to every recipe that calls for milk.
ST. CHARLES
St. Charles is a B.C. pro-   |AJ|   11      1/
duct made in S.Sumas.B.C.   |VI  1  Li  W\
UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED
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Please send me a copy of your FREE cook-book "The Good Provider".
When Friends
* Drop In f
After a couple of hours of "Auction" or "Contract" . . . complete an enjoyable evening with a
light repast of sandwiches, crackers, cheese and
PHOENIX LAGER.
PHOENIX LAGER is sparkling, pure and
healthful. It is so easy to serve, and many prefer
it as a late evening beverage because it aids digestion and induces calm repose.
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the
Liquor Control Board   or  the  Government   of British
Columbia.
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
PRINTING
THE  LUBRICANT OF THE
: WHEELS OF  INDUSTRY :
The Herald Job Printing Department is
equipped to handle any class of work
:   :   :  Promptly anc1 Efficiently  :   :   :
Posters
Billheads
Letterheads
Office Forms
Business Cards
Admission Tickets
Booklets
Envelopes
Programmes
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
OUR   MOTTO:
PROMPTITUDE,  FIRST-CLASS  WORK
AND A  FAIR  PRICE ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday, March .25.  1933
Close  Scores  Feature
First Play-off Games
Basketball
Continued from Page 1
Vandals and  Concentrator  met  in
the second series of  games  to  decide tlie  winner  of  the  basketball
Cup.
This ding-dong battle had all the
earmarks of going to the millmen.
Their shooting was good and their
checking very close, but the boys
from the hill were not to be denied.
Even in the last few minutes, when
they played one man short, they
continued to score. A feature of
the game was the scoring by Falconer of four penalties out of five.
Dwyer and MacDonald played well
for the millmen, while Walmsley
and Calderoni starred for the miners.
The teams: Concentrator, Dwyer
7, MacDonald 8, Falconer 6, Dodd
2, Steele 4. Total 27. Vandals: G.
Anderson, J. Walmsley, ]. Gourlay
5, Calderoni 13, H. Jack 10. Total
28.
The High School had tough luck
in their bout with the Mechanics
through losing the services of Benny Wendall in the first few minutes
of play. However, they put up a
splendid game, and like the game
losers that they are, were not a bit
discouraged when the final score
showed 28 to 18 against them.
They made the mistake of trying
too many field shots, when passes
may have shown better results.
Dodsworth starred for the winners. Accurate, fast and resourceful, he played a brilliant game.
Buntain, although closely checked,
worked well, as did also Lockie
Gillies.
The teams: High School, A.
Dodsworth, Patrick Gordon 2, D.
Gillies 13, H. Dresser, W. Shields
2, Wendall. Mechanics, W. Gourlay 2, Watson, J. Buntain 10, L.
Gillies 7, C. Dresser 2, F. Dodsworth- 7.
AND THEY'RE LAUGHING YET
This ia a true story from the new
Cariboo gold field:
A mine superintendent, needing
three miners, wired to a hiring
agent in Vancouver:   "SEND ME
three miners at once,
white young and skook-
um."
Some time elapsed during which
the agent in Vancouver made a
diligent search. Then came the
reply: "SKOOKUM OUT OF
TOWN. CAN'T LOCATE
OTHERS. SEND ADDRESSES."
With a howl of joy the mining
superintendent displayed the reply
to a shift boss. It was the joke of
the century. The shifter registered only the most earnest concern.
"Fer Godsake," he said, "don't
hire that guy Skookum. He's the
laziest bohunk in the north!"—
Vancouver Financial News.
Anyox Notes
Miss P. Brisbane left on Wednesday for a visit to Vancouver, where
she will recuperate from a recent
illness.
Mrs. B. Thomson and daughter
Marie arrived on Wednesday from
the south.
Father J. Hammond arrived on
Wednesday from Prince Rupert.
Constable T. Brunton and Mrs.
Brunton and family left on Wednesday for Massett, Q.C.I., where
they will reside.
Flail caught in tbe sea fisheries of Canada In 1932 totalled
711,917,800 pounds valued at over
111,000,000. Cf the total catch
British Columbia accounted foi
327,631,900 pounds; Nova Scotia,
194,788,800 pounds; Now Brunswick, 98,594.800 pounds; Quebec,
67,154,300 pounds and Prince Edward Island, 23,738,000 pounds.
A young matron in whom the
shopping interest was strong, asked
a German butcher the price of
hamburger steak.
"Twenty-five cents a pound he
replied.
"But" said she, "the price at the
corner store is only twelve cents.''
"Veil," asked Otto, "Vy you
don't puy it down there?"
"They haven't any," she replied.
"Ya, Ya," said the butcher, "Veil
I don't have it I sell it for ten cents
only."
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The Place Viser Hole], Montreal, centre for thirty-odd years
of the French-Canadian political,
legal and social life of the Province of Quebec, has been given
a farther lease of life under Canadian Pacific direction until October 1. It. was to have closed
its doors permanently January
31, but many and powerful representations brought about the
respite.
A record-breaking ride through
the Rockies on their throe-car
special clipped four hours from
the regular trans-continental
train schedule In w'.ial Canadian
Pacific Railway officials believe
to be the fastest run ever made
for th3 505 miles from Vancouver
to Field recently. The run, made
for the Co'bourne-Joiics Company
playing "Too True to h" Good,"
started four hours after tlie rcirii-
Inr train had lefl Vancouver and
nan'iht up with it at Field.
Of the 4,046*512 pounds of canned pineapple consumed in Canada between April 1 and November 30, 1932, all but 158.583 lbs.
came from countries within the
Empire, nearly half the total being from the Straits Settlements.
Illiteracy in Canada is near the
vanishing point. According to the
last census in 1931. 92.34 per cent,
of the population of Canada over
five years of age could either read
or write. Students enrolled in
Canadian schools in 1931 numbered 2,542,747.
The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company's tax bill for the year
was almost six million dollars,
bringing its total contribution to
Canada's tax collections since incorporation to about $116,000,000."
—E. W. Beatty, K.C., rhairman
and President, Canadian Pacific
Railway, in his review of 1932.
" 1i.rough intelligent education
the economic and social futility
of war will eventually be recognized," is the view of Sir Norman
Angell, British economist and dispel ler of war illusions. He sailed
recently by Canadian Pacific liner
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