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A little paper  j
with all the     j
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
S2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and j
Anyox. S2.25 to t
all other points. |
VOL. 13,   NO. 24
Alice Arm. B. C. Saturday. December 16, 1933
0 cents each.
Three Games Basket-
Bali on Monday
Two B games and one A game
of basketball were played on Monday last, the Warriors being defeated by Vandals B, the Rovers
losing to Mechanics B, and the
Vandals A winning from the Bon-
Cons. All three games were fast
and interesting to watch. The
game between the Rovers and Mechanics was very olose, total score
being 11-8. The teams: Rovers,
Kirby 2, Flye, Pinckney 4, Cloke,
Loudon, Kergin, McCarthy 2.
Mechanics: Johnson 2, Patrick 4,
Hamilton 2, Church, O'Neill 2,
Chenoski 1.
Vandals B. proved too fast for
the Warriors in the second game
of the evening, as they won by 26
toll. Warriors had hard luok in
not doing more arithmetic. White
and Heinekey were top scorers for
the Vandals. The teams: Warriors, Harrison, Dan McDonald 3,
* J, Hill 6, Dominado 2. Vandals:
Heinekey 7. White 11. McMillan 2,
Massie. Reid 4, Gourlay 1, Windle 1.
Vandals A triumphed over the
Bon Cons 19-14 in the third game
of the evening. Bon Cons put up
a splendid fight, holding down the
miners to a low score. The teams:
Bon Cons, Hill 2, Steele 10, McLeod, Currie 2, Vance. Vandals
A: McMillan 10, Mclnnes 2,
Walmsley 5. Windle 2, Woodwyn.
Notice To Students Of Ambulance Classes
Examinations for St. John Am-
bulanoe Association Certificates,
for the benefit of those who have
been attending the recent First
Aid Classes, are now being arranged for. A few men who were able
to attend were examined in this
subject on Friday last, and arrangements will be made for the convenience of the remainder of the
Beach classes. All those desiring
to avail themselves of these examinations are requested to phone
Fred C. Graham at the Smelter
First Aid Station as soon as possible. The examinations are being
held in the Recreation Hall, where
the First Aid classes have been
conduoted.
CORRECTION
In last week's issue we reported
Mrs. B. Law as having arrived in
Anyox. This should have been
Mrs. L. F. B. Law. Mrs. Law is
the bride of L. F. B. Law, formerly
of Premier, B. C.
The Herald is $2.00 a year.
Elks Elect Officers For
Ensuing Year
At the regular meeting of the
Anyox Lodge of the B. P. 0. E„
held on Monday the 11th. the following officers were elected for the
ensuing year.
Exalted Ruler—H. Hallcrow.
Leading Knight—M. W. Webber
Loyal Knight—K. A. Hunter.
Lecturing Knight—D. M. Campbell.
Inner Guard—R. Dunwoodie.
Tyler—R. Buttery.
Treasurer—B. M. Buck.
Secretary—E. Ross Oatman.
Arrangements were made for
the holding of a snpper on the
evening of Sunday, December 31st.
in the Gymnasium, followed by a
New Year Dance. The supper
will commence at 10.45. and the
dance will start at 12 o'clock
prompt. As the number of places
at the supper tables will necessarily
be limited, patrons are urged to
make their reservations as early as
possible. It is expected that this
wiil be one of the best New Year
functions ever held locally.
A^fij'aud Christmas Party will
be held for Elks' children on Friday, December 29th. iu the Elks'
Hall. This party will be on different lines from the regular Christmas parties, and lots of fan is
promised for the young and budding Elks of this district.
Quiet Wedding Held Anyox
December 7th.
A quiet wedding took place at
the United Church Manse on
Thursday afternoon, December 7th.
the contracting parties being Miss
Clara Schettle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. Schettle of Vegreville,
Alta, and *Mr. Arthur Mast, eldest
sun of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mast, also
of Vegreville. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev. E. Baker.
Mrs. Adam Clarkson was matron
of honor and Mr. Adam Clarkson
acted as best man. Mr. Mast,
who has resided at the Mine for
several months, received the congratulations of a number of friends.
The young couple will reside at
the Mine.
Scouts Will Again Deliver
Christmas Mail
By arrangement with Postmaster
W. F. Eve, Anyox Boy Scouts will
again assist in delivering the heavy
holiday mail. This is the yearly
"Good Turn" to the community
and is done to wish you The Seasons Best Wishes,
Anyone not wishing to take advantage of this delivery are request-
ed to notify Postmaster W. F. Eve.
Roland Gale
Scoutmaster.
Fight  Card   Provided
Plenty of Thrills
For Fans
Practically every seat in the
Gymnasium was occupied on Friday evening the 8th. when the
A. C. L. staged another of their
popular fight cards. It was an
evening of real ding-dong battles,
two of which—a preliminary and
the'feature event—ending in knock
-outs.   Both fighters from Prince
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Rupert, who tried conclusions with
ex-Rupert boys, went down to
defeat, but the visitor from Kincolith put out his opponent in the
second round in decisive style.
The first bout was a junior event
in which two local lads, Bennie
Parsons and Jimmy Martindale,
mixed it freely for two 3-minute
rounds, the deoision being a draw.
The next item which was freely
proclaimed as a grudge hattie, was
between Al. Lockie and Ted
(Grizzly) Oldham. The latter,
though lacking somewhat in science
made it up in weight and willingness, though Lockie appeared to
have the best of it and was favored
to win had he not made the mis
take of hitting his opponent while
the latter was falling to the mat.
Oldham winning on a foul in tha
fourth round. It was evident,
however, that Lockie's error was
by no means intentional. Johnny
McLeod, a Rupert boy, weight 129
put up a good fight against Pete
Chenoski, 123 held his own until
the last of four 2-minute rounds,
when he was floored twice and lost
the decision. This was a game
bout right through.
The fourth bout brought together Bert Haldane (Indian) of Kincolith, and Bob Pickton, of North
Vancouver, the former weighing in
at 170 and the latter at 161. Both
started warily and did much
dodging, Pickton proving that he
packed a wicked punch and Haldane being ready with a fast right
whenever the chance offered. In
the second round, Haldane came
up with more confidence, and towards the end of the round he
caught Pickton a terrific right to
the jaw, It was a real haymaker,
his opponent having to be assisted
out of the ring.
The feature fight was between
Billy Bagshaw, of Prince Rupert
and Benny Windle of Anyox, both
145 lbs. These two had met on
two previous occasions, Windle
earning the decision each time.
Bagshaw, however, had improved
considerably, and the pair were
Continued on page 4
Mrs. J. Calderone Dies
In Vancouver
The death occurred at the Grand-
view Hospital, Vancouver on December 6th. of Mrs. James Calderone, who has been a resident of
Anyox for the past 10 years. She
was recently taken to Vancouver
for medical treatment.
The late Mrs. Calderone was 62
years of age. ' She was a native of
Italy and came to Prince Rupert in
1909, later coming to Anyox.
She leaves to mourn her loss in
addition to her husband, two sons,
Tony and Fred, and two daughters,
Helen Calderone and Mrs. Norman
Robert, all of Anyox; also two
daughters residing at Prince Rupert
Mrs. D. Santerbane and Mrs. ].
Ciccone.
The body was brought north to
Prince Rupert this week and the
funeral held there on Tuesday. A
large number of friends and relatives attending. The service was
conducted by Rev. C. D. Clarke,
pastor of the United Church and
also a former resident of Anyox.
Newly Formed Orchestra Is
Proving Success
The newly formed "Revellers''
Orchestra, a quintette of local
musicians, will be heard at a number of the major functions this
season. They are booked for the
Carnival Dance at the Mine on
Monday; for the A. C. L. Christmas Dance; for the Pioneer Dinner Dance, and have prospects for
other important dances. The personnel is as follows:
J. Buntain (leader) banjo
Vic S. McRae violin
Miss A. McLachlan piano
James Hartley    .. .saxophone
Wilson Reid drums
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Frank Gordon returned on Wednesday from a visit to the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deeth returned on Wednesday from Prince
Rupert.
Jack Walmsley left on Wednesday for a visit to Vancouver and
Victoria.
Continued on Page 4
To Whom It May Concern
The purse which was missing recently from the dresser
in room 30 at the Anyox
Hotel, was found a few hours
afterwards in the clothes
closet of that room. This
statement is made without
prejudice and for the good
and benefit of all concerned.
Mrs. A. Woods.
Popular Young Anyox
Couple Married
A pretty wedding took place at
the Anglican Churoh, Anyox, at
9 a.m. on Monday the 11th. the
contracting parties being MissGrace
Peters, youngest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. T. Peters, of Victoria,
B. O, and Mr. Henry Deeth, eldest
son of Mr. R. Deeth, of Anyox.
The Rev. A. Abraham performed
the ceremony.
The bride, who entered the
church on the arm of her brother,
Mr. S. Peters, was charming in a
gown of peach taffeta and a small
white toque. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. The bridesmaid was Miss
Duloie Breuther, who chose a blue
gown with small toque, gloves and
shoes to match. Her bouquet was
of pink oamations. Mr. Arthur
Deeth, brother of the groom, acted
as best man. The wedding hymn:
"'The Voice that Breathed o'er
Eden," was sung, and Mrs. A. R.
Kent, the church organist, played
the wedding marches.
After the ceremony a wedding
breakfast was held at the hotel,
the bride's table being laid with an
embroidered cloth and decorated
with yellow and white oarnations.
The happy couple left by the
Catala about noon for a short visit
to Prince Rupert, the bride wearing a travelling dress of blue tweed
and a short black sealskin coat,
with dark crimson hat. They will
take up their residence in Anyox.
Scouts', Rovers' and Cubs'
Activities
The Wolf Cub Pack is making
good progress under the leadership
of Mr. H. Bamforth, as is proved
by quite a nunyiW of them passing
their First Start, Badges, etc. As
soon as the busy season permits
there will be a combined Cub and
Scout meeting for the purpose of
holding "A Going Up" ceremony.
The Scouts are hard at work
helping with the Toy Shop. The
meetings have been disrupted, but
this has not prevented the following badges being passed. Carpenters (one) Musicians (two) Cyclist
(two) First Aid (one).
When the Rovers are not losing
basketball games they are working
hard in the Toy Shop. Perhaps
this is the reason they do not win
at basketball, but watch them closely after the holiday rush.
Rover Duncan Miller well known
Rover and Scout worker is at pres.
ent in Anyox in charge of the
Customs House. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  December 16.  1933
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Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alioe 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 Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
A. M. Manson, K. C, member of
the Legislature for Omineca and
former Attorney-General, criticized
the programme of Premier Pattullo for the undertaking of large
public works iu order to relieve
unemployment. Mr. Manson
voiced his criticism in a speech at
Vancouver a few days ago, and
stated that in his opinion, it would
be better if the government developed the mining areas of the province, so that more mines eould be
operated, which would provide
permanent useful employment for
many workers. Mr. Manson's
solution of the solving of the unemployment problem is one of the
sanest ideas advanced by a member of our Legislative Assembly
for a long time. Its success would
mean permanent employment,
whereas the building of more
roads, court houses or expensive
bridges only temporarily solvesthe
problem. There are many ways in
which the government could assist
in putting a lot of ambitious men
to work in the mining industry.
Prospectors could be grub-staked
aud sent into the undeveloped
mining areas; miners wishing to
obtain leases on properties could be
financially assisted and the money
refunded when the mine is making
a profit. The financing of small
concentrating mills could be
arranged where a property warranted a mill, and the owners were
without sufficient capital. Money
could be advanced to prospectors
whose property has the ear-marks
of a mine, and who are unable to
purchase necessary supplies for
development work. Roads and
trails in mining districts could be
improved and extended, in readiness
for the activity that will ensue
when the prices of siJf er, copper,
lead and zinc increases, as it is
bound to do before very long.
Right in the Alioe Arm district
many men could be usefully employed as soon as the snow is off
the ground next spring repairing
the Dolly Varden railway. This
railway is the only means of communication with the Upper Kitsault valley, and is ill need of extensive repairs. It taps one of the
richest ore zones ill the province
and its up-keep is vital to the mining industry of the district. Any
money spent in helping to develop
the latent riches of our mining
districts will never be regretted by
the government. Judicioiisjspend-
ing will create permanent instead
of temporary payrolls, and create
into wealth the buried treasures of
British Columbia. ,■'-
London Paper Criticizes
Roosevelt Policy
One wonders more than ever
whether President Roosevelt and
his iconolastic entourage really
know what they are doing. What
do they imagine would happen if
France, Holland, Belgium and
Switzerland—not to mention Germany—were actually to go off the
gold standard in the near future?
Have they asked themselves whether in such a debacle it would be
possible to hold down the exchange
value of the dollar? Would not
both that currency and sterling rebound sharply—irresistibly attracting, maybe, an embarrassing proportion of world capital? In such
an event how could President
Roosevelt expect the victims of his
experiment to agree to a new international monetary standard on
terms dictated by him? Having, in
a sense, nothing more to lose,
France and the rest—especially
Germany—would doubtless exact
their own terms. In its reckless
egotism the United States may
very well be riding for a nasty fall.
Europe has forgotten more about
monetary management than America
ever   knew,   or   seems  willing to
learn. Stock Exchange   Gazette,
London, England. >
Government To Create
Highway Commission
Either by special enactment, or
else by amendment to existing statutes, the Provincial Government
will move to set up a provincial
highway commission at the next
session, Hon, Frank M. MacPher-1
son, minister of works stated.
Similar bodies already initiated in
other parts of the continent will
serve as models for the B. C. organization.
Mr. MacPherson explained that
the present intention was that the
commissioner of highways would
be a civil servant in the works department, probably the deputj
minister, who would act also as
chairman of the independent commission to be named in advisory
capacity.
In setting up the commission,
care would be taken to disrupt the
present operation of the public
works department as little as possible, while at the same time securing segregation of highway
affairs under the new plan, the
minister indicated.
Premier T. D. Pattullo announces
that all portfolios in the government
have now been filled with the appointment of Hon. George S. Pearson, minister of mines and labor,
as commissioner of fisheries.
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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.
Smelter returns on 47 tons of ore
shipped by Beaver Silver Mines Ltd.
to Trail amounted to $4,706.76 or
better than $100 to the ton, The
Financial News is advised by C. M.
Oliver, president. The shipment
will net the company $90 per ton
after smelter charges and transpor-
ation costs.
Subscribe to the Herald
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Enjoy the hospitality of the Grosvenor. Heic you will be among
friendly people. The Grosvenor
is a quiet Hotel within two blocks
of the heart of Vancouver's shopping and theatre district, yet away
from heavy traffic. Metropolitan
dining room service, comfortable
lounge and writing rooms. Rates
are reasonable.
RATES
Doflj:
Det'd Bath-$1.50'
With Bath .»2.00
Det'd Bath $9.00
With Bath 9)12.00'
Monthly:
Det'd Bath $25.00
With Bath $30.00
FIRST IN TONE TESTS
AND FIRST IN VALUE
General Electric Radio
Sets
'     SOLD    BY
CHARLES   McKENNA
ANYOX, B.C.
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Ideal Ghristmas Gifts!
FOR THE   LADIES
Chiffon Silk Hose in latest shades and all sizes,  $1.00 per
pair.    Full fashioned Peerless Hosiery, all sizes and shades,
$1.25 per pair.    Silk and Wool Hose and Pure Wool, $1.00
per pair. ' t
Beautiful Silk Kimonas in fancy patterns, and latest shades,
$12.00 to $18.00 each.
Rayon Silk Pyjamas, in all shades,  $2.80 per set,  boxed.
Rayon Silk Embroidered Nightgowns in all shades,  $2.10.
LEW  LUN  &  Co.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter,
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;    also Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots.   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
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T. W. FALCONER
Alice Arm
GENERAL  MERCHANT
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British Columbia
THE MINERAL PROVINCE
OF   WESTERN   CANADA
Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,400,000,000
You are invited to apply to the Department of Mines,
Victoria, B. C, for the latest authoritative information
regarding mining development in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the calendar year 1932.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Summaryand Review of the Mineral Industry of British Columbia for the six months ended June 30th., 1933.
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
Magnesite."
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ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE  HONOURABLE THE MINISTER
:     OF  MINES
PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, VICTORIA, B.C. ALICE  ARM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD,   Saturday, Deoember 16, 1933
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Flour Milling Oldest Canadian
Industry
Of all Canadian manufacturing
industries, flour milling is the oldest and dates back to 1605 when
the first permanent Canadian settlement was made by the French at
Port Royal, now Annapolis, N. S.,
according to the Agricultural Department of the Canadian National
Railways. In that year the first
wheat ever raised in America was
grown and the first water wheel in
America to turn a millstone for the
grinding of the wheat was erected.
Considerable equipment was recently shipped to Valdez, Alaska,
by Senator Gen. A. D. McRae, of
Vancouver, who optioned the property. Work is in charge of E. E.
Whitely, mining engineer, of California.
H
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One of the largest cargoes of
lumber shipped trom Saint John
on the Canadian Atlantic sea coast
was forwarded to Great Britain
recently. It consisted ot 3,043,-
696 feet, mostly of deals.
Output of nickel ln Canad. ln
1932 totalled 30,327,968 pounds
valued at 17,179,862. Production
during the first six months of 1933
amounted to 22,802,434 pounds as
compared with 21,162,786 pounds
for the corresponding period of
1932.
\ Every home at some future date
will have "air conditioning" and
the word "heating" will pass out
of use among home owners, J. J.
Donovan, General Electric Company expert, told a largely attended meeting of tbe Electrical
i ub at the Royal York hotel, To-
ronln, recently.
Steep grades ot the Rocky
Mountain areas presented no difficulty to the Royal Scot, crack
British flyer, en route to Winnipeg and the east from Vancouver
recently. The all-British train is
attracting great popular enthusiasm throughout Canada on its
return Journey to Montreal.
Montreal's "million dollar hole"
on Dorchester street, where a railway terminal was to have been
built, will become the world's
most costly sunken garden, It
Canada sees eye to eye with a
couple of Montreal aldermen who
advocate beautifying the gash
with flowers and shrubs.
Canadian Pacific employees tinder 21 and minor sons ot employees are again offered the opportunity of two University of
Montreal scholarships by competitive examination, according to
an announcement by Grant Hall,
senior vice-president of the company. Applicants hare until May 1,
1934, to make application.
Twenty-one months of training
ln a recognized shop, junior matriculation or Its equivalent and a
course '.n an academy to be established in Toronto Is the ordeal for
novices for Ontario registration as
barbers and hairdressers, tt was
stated at a meeting of tonsorial
arbiters at the Royal York hotel,
Toronto, recently.
Five ports hitherto not on the
schedule ot world cruise liners
have been added to tbe 1934
itinerary of the Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Britain
when she leaves New York,
January 4 next. They are Sema-
rang, Java; Boeleleng and Padang
Bay, Island of Ball; Penang,
Straits Settlements; and Zambo-
anga, ln the Sulu Archipelago,
In making a choice between
transportation by rail and by road,
shippers should consider what the
railroads are doing and have done
for their advantage, G. G. Ommanney, development commissioner, Canadian Pacific Railway,
told the Rotary Club of Lyndon-
vllle, Vt., recently. He cited many
cases where the railways had first
inventoried, then developed the
natural resources of the continent
Your favorite Beverages
for the HOLIDAY SEASON!
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beverages for the Season
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perfectly brewed under ideal
hygienic conditions in your
own province and have won an
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their rich goodness and high
uniform quality.
B. C Bud is a delicious pale
lager that has become a leader
among B.C. beers.
Old Milwaukee is a satisfying,
full-flavoured lager, made from
the choicest of barley malt
and selected B.C. hops.
Silver Spring is a rich, clear
and sparkling lager that has
been an outstanding favourite
for many years with those who
demand an invigorating and
healthful beer.
There is a Coast Breweries'
malt beverage to suit every
taste. The manufacture and
sale of these products give
regular employment to a large
number of British Columbia
citizens.
Be   certain   to   choose   your
requirements for the Holidays
from among these dependable
brands.
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Pleased With Canada
fhe magnificent scenery of
1 Canada so enthralled Lord
Macmillan chairman of the Royal
Commission on banking, that
Scotsman though he be, he confessed, just prior to Balling for
England on the Empress of Britain, that it dwarfed the scenery
of Scotland, and that the only
thing needed was for some author
to blend It with the romantic history of Canada, as Sir Walter
Scott had blended the scenery of
Scotland with the romantic history of the land of Bonnie Prince
Charlie. A lake he visited in the
Gatineau Valley he admitted was
more magnificent than Loch Lomond, while his description of
Lake Louise wa3 that it seemed
to htm almost a celestial vision.
Tho Butchard Gardens in Victoria
he assorted to be tbe mrAt beautiful siKht thnt the eyo could rest
on — in fact throughout the whole
of the Dominion the eminent Privy
Councillor found beaut? everywhere he wont, and declared that
he would carry back ritb him
memories that he would cherish.
,  Only a Telephone Cord--but!
What infinite care and preparation were necessary to call it into
being. From the far corners of the globe came silk and cotton while the
earth yielded up its copper ore. Famous scientists, engineers of renown
and workers skilled in their particular operations have all contributed
to produce these connecting sinews of modern communication. In the
Northern Electric Company's great plant at Montreal the finest copper
tinsel is covered with silk and cotton threads then twisted into cords of
the necessary size and, passing through the most intricate machinery, ia
covered with a braided silk covering. All this must be done right, if the
humble telephone cord is to carry the nation's conversations through
the years.
For Results Advertise in the Herald ALICE   AKM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday,  December 16.   IHSiJ
Vandals A and B Teams
Victorious
Vandals A and B teams were victorious in the two basketball games
played on Wednesday last. The B
team blanketed the Rovers in the
first game with a score of 38 to 18,
though the latter came up strong
in the second half and put up a
good fight. The disparagement
between the two teams was quite
marked, the miners possessing a
quintette who could qualify for the
first division, while most of the
Rovers are recent starters. Pinckney and Flye for the latter played
well.
The teams: Rovers, Flye 7,
Kirby 3, McCarthy, Pinckney 8,
Loudon, J. Cloke. Vandals B: McMillan 7, White 16, Heinekey 14,
Lilge 1, Gourlay.
A great tussle was witnessed
between the Mechanics and Vandals A teams, the latter piling up
the overlapping figures in the last
two minutes. On the play the
Mechanics should have had a greater score, as time and again the perverse ball would not go where it
was wanted. However, there is no
doubt about the smooth working
speedy Vandals when their machinery is once started.
Anyox Notes
Continued from page 1
A. S. Baillie, Auditor of the
Granby Company, arrived in town
on Monday.
Mrs. A. Morton, who formerly
resided at Anyox for many years,
and who, since leaving Anyox, has
resided in South Africa, arrived on
Wednesday from Vancouver, to
visit her sister Mrs..J. Tierney and
brother Mr. P. McDougall.
Fred and Tony Calderone returned on Wednesday from Prince
Rupert.
The following left town on Wednesday for the south: R. Steen-
burgh, E. 0. Lilge) A. Sherman,
Oscar Olsen, Chas. Jerome, Jess
Douglas, P. Bozzer, C. Papala, S.
Kobestic, E. Kobestic, E. Antonelli,
L. Sikich, Fred Lund.
F. Pearson returne
from a visit to Prince
Bishop G. A. Rix arrived on
Monday from Prince Rupert and
during his visit of a few days, held
services in Christ Church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wynne left on
Monday for a vacation in Vancouver and other points.
eofSn  Monday
:e Rupert.
Fight Card Provides Plenty
Of Thrills For Fans
fairly matched. The first round
was even. In the second Windle
appeared to have the edge, there
being lots of action. The third
round found Bagshaw cutting
loose with more freedom and both
boys punching freely. Bagshaw's
catlike liimbleness got him out of
several pinches. In the fourth
chapter both fought gamely, Bagshaw continuing with his severe
body punches and evading Windle's
uppercuts. The fifth round found
Windle cool and confident as ever,
with Bagshaw getting in   much
♦♦ Elks' Neui ♦♦
♦"♦ gear lance u
GYMNASIUM
DECEMBER 31-JANUARY1
Supper will commence at 10.45
p.m.   Dancing will start 1 minute after midnight
Admission $2.50 Couple,
and $1.50 Single Person
To avoid disappointment make
Sour table reservation for supper
earls
This is one event of the year
you should not miss
MM»t0
Constable Geo. Blaney arrived at
Alice Arm from Anyox on Thursday
on departmental business.
"Is this supposed to be a fast
train? The advertisements said it
was," remarked the excursionist to
the conductor of the Chicago Limited.
"Yes, of course," answered the
conductor.
"I thought it must be," said the
passenger. "Would you mind my
getting off and seeing what it is
fast to?"
ANNOUNCEMENT!
L. McKAY   AND  T. STRETTON
Have arranged to have their Radio Headquarters at
THE   ELKS'   CLUB
They will demonstrate Machines and give a complete
RADIO   SERVICE
They have acquired a Public Service Tube Tester, and
will test Radio Tubes free of charge
A regular Test Board will be installed.   They will have
all the service and all the equipment possible.
Have your machine checked up now for any necessary
repairs or fresh parts.   PHONE 200.
Christmas
Cards
IF YOU HAVE NOT
ALREADY ORDERED
YOUR
Jriuate ireetmj
Christmas fate
Or find that you did not order enough earlier, you still have
the opportunity to do so.
The Sample Book of The Herald can be seen at the Elks'
Club, and although our stock is not as large as formerly, we
still have some beautiful cards left.
Orders can be filled in a few days, as we have the cards
in stock ready for printing.
Prices are marked down lower than
ever, but the quality of the cards is as
high as in former years
body work and many lefts to the
head. Windle, however, at last
got the chance he had been waiting
for and sent the Rupert boy down
for the full count.
The A. 0. L. deserve praise for
the well-managed programme and
the excellent arrangements made
to provide an evening's real entertainment.
For Results Advertise
in The Herald
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application lo club manager
Children's
Coughs and Colds
Go Overnight
Mother, don't worry when one of the little onci
has a bad cough or cold—just get a bottle of
BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE and mix with equal
parts of honey. "It acts like a flash." One
little pleasant dose will give unmistakable relief.  Two doses often end a bad cold.
And don't forget — BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE will rid you or daddy of a cough, cold,
'flu or bronchitis just as quickly. Its lightning-
quick action will astound you. Play safe. Refuse substitutes. Buckley's is sold everywhere.
0»»
•dOtrtstmas*
-• $ms -
Trees supplied in all sizes
from the big ones for public
affairs to the small one for
table decoration.
Prices range from $2.00 to
50c. each.    Place your orders early at the Elks' Club.
All trees young bushy
spruce
B.  TURBITT
Alice Arm
Advertise in The
Herald
until Jan. 5
Substantially Reduced Round
Trip fares to important points
in Eastern Canada. Stopovers.
Return limit. Three Months.
Also Low Fares to seaboard
when part of overseas bookings. Return limit. Five Months.
For particulars ask your nearest Ticket Agent
V-1S8R1-S8
CANADIAN NATIONAL
m
tr
tt
gjtgg Early Ws
Christmas
There's every advantage in making your Christmas
selection early.   Stocks are complete and fresh, and
you have more leisure in which to choose.   We will
arrange to set aside for you anything you select.
Ladies' and Children's Wear. Men's and Boys'
Wear. Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Fancy Goods, Boxed Chocolates, Cameras, Jewellery, Watches,
Silverware, Glassware, China, Toys in abundance,
Fancy Christmas Groceries, Christmas Crackers
and Stockings.
Anything you may specially require we will be glad to
order in time for Christmas if at all possible.   Let us
help you fill your needs!!
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
&
M

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