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A little paper
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THE HERALD
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VOL. 10,   NO. 3
Alice Arm, B. O, Friday. July 18. 1930
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T. S. Baxter Speaks On
Behalf of Mr. J. C.
Brady
Mr. T. S. Baxter thrilled a large
and appreciative audience at Alice
Arm on Thursday, July 10th. He
dealt exhaustively with the tariff
question, and showed how the evils
of a low tariff was strangling the
prosperity of the country. The
mooting was hold in support of
Mr. J. C. Brady, conservative candidate for Skeena, and who has
represented us nt Ottawa for the
past four years.
The mooting was held in T. W.
Falconer's Hall. Mr. J. Trinder
as chairman, opened the evening's
oratory with a few remarks and
introduced Mr. Baxter, to the audience. A short report of the
meeting was published in our last
issue, but time did not permit a
very lengthy article-
Mr. Baxter, who has spoken
here on previous occasions, quickly
showed that he had not lost any
of his former vigor. He spoke
on one subject only, the tariff
question.
This, he dealt with very exhaustively. A side fssue of this question was the unemployed situation,
made such because according to
the speaker to remedy the first
would be to eliminate the second.
Mr. Baxter left with the idea
that each one of us after the
meeting understood the tariff ques
tion as he started with single
definitions of the terms, Protective
Tariff and Revenue Tariff. Just
put the "only" in the correct place
and you understood "revenue
only," still rings in our ears.
From this he progressed in emphatic style to show how by encouraging foreign imports to raise
revenue, the government aggravates the unemployment situation.
1 Taking the farm machinery as an
example, he pointed out that we
spend 200 million dollars per annum on American goods of this
nature, thus taking a 200 million
market away from Canadian
manufacturers, 60 per cent of
which sum would go to the workers employed. This argument was j
further illustrated by using the
now crippled wool and ootton
manufacturing industries as examples, of the devastating effect of
low tariff.
The point that under a lower
tariff, articles would cost less than
under a high one, Mr. Baxter said
was not true, though he only
illustrated his argument with one
instance—that of the aforementioned machinery which under the
reduced tariff costs more than
before. To prove the part that
high tariff must be effeotive, and
an improvement on a comparatively
low one, the speaker cited the case
of the U. S. A. which country has
always been a high tariff country.
The effort on the part of the
Continued on page 4
Enjoyable Dance Alice
Arm Hotel
An enjoyable and entertaining
dance was held at the Alice Arm
Hotel on Saturday evening. A
large number of week-end visitors
from Anyox were present, and together with the Alice Arm people
they filled the spacious dining
room.
A feature of the evening was the
splendid musio of a seven-piece
orohestra, who accompanied the
Anyox visitors, Their tireless efforts and excellent rendering of the
latest dance music was greatly
appreciated.
An excellent supper was served
hy the Hotel management and
everyone spent a most pleasant
evening.
Smelter Win From Mine
At Football
In the fifth game of the Anyox
Football League the Smelter defeated the Mine by two goals to
one. Both teams seemed inclined
to use rough tactics, with the re
suit that the referee, Jack Evans,
had his hands full trying to keep
order.
One minute after the start of play
J. Dixon registered the first counter
for the Mine. The goal was the
result of a beautiful combination
and perfect understanding between
the Mine centre-forward and centre
half. Twenty-two minutes later
Donaldson scored the equaliser
from a free kick, awarded as the
result of a foul against Steve  Peel.
Three minutes before half-time.
Hunter, Smelter goalie, made a
spectacular save, the best yet this
season. Half-time score, one each
Upon resuming play the Mine forwards pressed very hard, W. Dixon
giving the fans several thrills, and
it was only through good goal
keeping on the part of Hunter that
the Mine was prevented from running up a score. With seven minutes to go Buchanan put the Smelter one goal ahead with a shot that
was the result of a rush upon the
Mine goal.
It was noticed that the Mine had
made several changes on account of
injuries received by Dyer and Allen
in previous games. Allen is probably out of the game for some time
to come.
Community League Hold
Dance Larcom Is.
On Wednesday evening, July 16,
the Community League held a
dance at Larcom Island. It is estimated that about two hundred
people took advantage of the opportunity to get out for the evening.
The water being clear and inviting a number of young people made
a point of having a swim either
before or after the dance. For the
benefit of the swimmers three large
beach fires were built, adding much
to the enjoyment of the evening.
Everyone had a good time, and
the efforts of the Community League in putting on affairs of this
kind are greatly appreciated by all.
The Sunday School Picnic
The annual picnic of the Alice
Arm Anglican Church Sunday
School will be held at Campers'
Point, on Saturday. July 26th.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Contributions for ice cream will be
appreciated. Ladies please bring
refreshments.
Mr. Sinclair, manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce and
H. M. Selfe, optometrist of Anyox,
were week-end visitors to Alice
Arm.
Smelter Football Team
Defeat Celts
On Thursday evening, July 10th.,
the Smelter eleven, under the capable management of Jimmie Deeming, defeated the Celts by a score
of 2-nil. The game was a little
disappointing as far as the score
was concerned, as it was figured by
many of the fans that it should have
been a tie game, both the Smelter
goals being somewhat lucky. The
first goal was a1 low ground-shot,
the ball climbing the post three feet
before deciding to twist into the
net. The second goal was headed
in by Dunn, the Smelter Centre-
forward, in the second half of the
game.
For the Celts, Archer and McDougall showed wonderful form,
while Freddy Williams and Bert
Field gave the usual high-class exhibition. McConachie and McColl
did not seem to shine with quite
their usual brilliance. Jimmy Elliott did his darndest to get his
Celts going in order to at least
equalize the score, but it just
couldn't be done.
Meeting of Alice Arm
School Board
The annual meeting of the Alice
Arm Sohool Board was held at the
school on Monday evening. T. W.
Falconer was elected chairman.
The minutes of the last annual
meeting and the financial report
for the past year were read by the
secretary Mr. Al. Falconer and
were adopted by the Meeting.
H. F. Kergin, whose three-year
term as trustee expired, was nominated for re-election. E. Moss
was also nominated. The latter
being elected by a vote of 19 to 6.
The Sohool Board now comprises:
Al. Falconer, secretary, O- Evindson and E. Moss, trustees. Mrs. L.
O'Connor was re-elected as auditor.
It was decided that the local
sohool tax should be $1000.00, the
same amount as last year. The
secretary stated that the bank
balance to date is $93. 59.   •
Since the re-organization of
school districts, the only assistance
this district receives from the
government is $580.00 per year
toward the school teacher's salary.
The other $620.00 being derived
from local taxes.
Concentrator Win From
Mine 3-1 In Baseball
Game
Officers Elected For Ladies'
Conservative Association
A meeting of the Conservative
ladies was held on Monday afternoon in the Hotel Parlor, when an
association was formed.
Officers elected, were: President,
Mrs.. C. O. Fricker; Vice-President, Mrs. T. J. Kirkwood; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. D.
Stewart; Executive Committee,
Mesdames Lang, Eld, A. H. Stewart, Patrick, J. McMillan.
Mr. J. C. Brady will give an
address on Wednesday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, in the Gymnasium
Lounge Room July 23rd. All
ladies are cordially invited. Tea
will be served.
Leave your ore samples for
assaying at the Herald Office. We
are agents For C. M. Bryant, Provincial Assayer, Stewart, B. C.
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Pleasant Evening Spent
At Larcom Island
The first impromptu dance of the
season, was held at Larcom on the
night of Wednesday the ninth.
Mr. Ed. Ashton has the building
in good repair, and though most of
the dancers wore tennis shoes,
everybody joined in the fun.
The speedboat "Marjorie" and
the "Alice Arm" transported the
entire party from Anyox in about
twenty minutes. A few went for
a swim in the bay, while the others
inspected recent improvements.
At 9.30 the dance was in full
swing. The portable gramophone
providing ample music to fill the
small but comfortable hall. The
dancing was terminated by the
supper waltz, when refreshments,
accompanied by Mr. W. F. Eve's
excellent coffee were greatly enjoyed. The remainder of the evening was spent in community singing, accompanied by Mr. Frank
Gordon on his banjo
Those present included Misses
Margaret Bow, Marjorie Cloke,
Vera Eve, Teresa Gordon, and
Mrs. L. McKay, Messrs Wm.
Cloke, Jack Cloke, Tom Cloke,
Frank Gordon, Fred Gordon, Har
vey Grant, Austin Lindgren, L.
McKay, Thomas Stretton and J.
Bow.
In a regular game of the Anyox
Baseball League, played on the
evening of Friday July 11th., the
Concentrator managed to win from
the Mine team by a score of 3 to 1,
but they had a very close call.
It was a real baseball game, with
plenty of action, and it was anybody's game right up until the last
ball was pitched.
The base umpire came in for considerable razzing in the fifth inning
when he made two very bad decisions in succession at second and
third base, calling two of the Concentrator boys safe, with two men
already out. That was plenty to
get the Mine boys peeved, but it
nearly broke their heart when Charlie Musser came up to bat and got
a nice single that brought in the
two men that had just discovered
that Santa Claus was in town.
But it was a very tough bit of
luck for the Mine team, as the
score, on the play of the game
should not have been more than one
run for each team.
The lucky ticket for the box of
chocolates given away was number
9094S.
Among the departures on Friday were: E. Kitchen, L. A. Goed-
bloed, O. Smith, C. Wilson, S.
Gregorich, H Snorro, T. Brooks
E. Collins, E. Brent, Father Low-
eray, J. C. Bigum, T. S. Baxter,
IH. Mclntyre.
Over 300 Enjoy Larcom
Island Picnic
On Sunday, July 13, the Anyox
Community League held a public
excursion to Larcom Island, and it
is estimated that fully three hundred people took advantage of the
trip, which was made possible by
the courtesy of the Granby Company, who kindly donated the use
of the "Granby" for the day.
Three capacity loads of people were
taken to the Island during the day.
The day proved warm, but showery. During the rain most of the
crowd sought shelter in the various
buildings. In between showers,
many indulged in a swim; and
great was the appreciation of the
coffee provided gratis by the Community League.
Altogether, it was a very enjoyable day, and another excursion to
Larcom will be welcomed by all.
The success of the day was due
in no small measure to the untiring
efforts of Messrs. Manning, Gourlay, Dresser, Dodsworth and Ashton and Committee, who certainly
put the trip over in a very convincing manner.
It has been decided by the baseball teams that two games a week
was two much for a two team
league, so from now on there will
be only one game played each
week, on Friday nights. ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, July 18, 1930
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
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Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
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E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Plans for the great Northern
Highway from  Hazelton to the
Yukon and Alaska are commencing to take shape.   Survey parties
are already in the field for the
Provincial Government.   The Alaska Government are also surveying possible routes through Alaska.
The building of this trunk motor
road through to the Yukon will be
a splendid investment for the province.    It will attract thousands of
American tourists yearly, who will
be able to step in their car at
home, and travel to the enchanting
land of "the midnight sun"  at a
minimum expense.    It is safe to
say that these tourists will spend
millions of dollars in the province.
The attraction of summer tourists,
while beneficial, will not be the
greatest benefit that the province
will derive from the construction of
this great motor road.   It will open
up for development purposes the
rich and vast mineral areas of the
Stikine river and  Atlin districts,
and in   a   few years prosperous
cummunities   will    exist,    where
today the lone trapper and prospector holds sway.    Our now isolated northern coast towns will be
connected to the Northern Highway by branch roads.    Due to
the comparative short distance of
Alice Arm from Hazelton and the
favorable topographical nature of
the   country,   after   crossing   the
Illiance-Naas Divide, it is probable
that Alice Arm will have connections with the road system of
the North American continent at
an early date.    When this happy
day dawns we shall emerge from
the mining camp stage to a town
of affluence.    Alice Arm will become the distributing point for the
rich fertile lands of the Naas and
Cranberry river valleys.    Rich in
agricultural lands, water powers,
furs, timber and minerals.    We
shall witness an influx of tourists,
if we advertise our attractions, and
when the prices of metals decline
we shall not feel such ill effects as
at the present time.
Canada Must Solve Unemployment Problem
Ottawa, June 28; (Special to the
Herald.) Canadian industry is
following the progress of unemployment relief legislation adopted
by the Government of the United
States it is stated by Government
officials here. So far, though the
unemployment situation in Canada
lias readied the serious stage, no
comprehensive attempt at relief
has been made.
Press dispatches from the United
States show that the whole country is aroused by the problem, and
that determined efforts are to ho
made to remedy it. Large public
works and construction schemes
have been undertaken in order to
produce employment. With the
advance of the season it is expected
that the jobless American will ho
reabsorbed in his old pursuits said
James J. Davis, United States
Secretary of Labor recently.
"It is absolutely necessary to
our national prosperity," said Mr.
Davis, "that we set before us as
a goal, regular employment, at
liberal wages for all our working
population."
Nearly $28,000,000 was voted by
the Ontario Legislature recently
for hydro-electric development
work to be undertaken this year
Id the province for the Ontario
Hydro-Electric Commission, a provincial government organization.
Over $18,000,000 is to be spent on
the extension of the Niagara hydro
system, upon which many millions
have already been spent to provide
cheap electric power over a wide
area of rural and urban territory.
"There Is a very large amount
of capital in England ready for investment and it is felt ln that
country that it should go to Canada,'' said Major L. A. Jones, economic editor of the London Morning Post, who landed recently at
Saint John from S.S. Duchess of
Atholl, on a trip to Canada for the
purpose of fostering better economic relations between the Dominion and the Motherland.
Four new game refuges adding
600 square miles to the existent
640 square miles of game sanctuaries in New Brunswick are to be
established in that province for the
purpose of preservation of the
game supply, according to information given out by Hon. Charles D.
Richards, Minister of Lands and
Mines.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
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Store Manager—"What do you
mean by arguing with that customer? Don't you know our rnle:
"Tlie customer is always right?"
Floorwalker—I know it. But
he insisted that he was wrong."
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership hertofore subsisting between us the undersigned as Alice
Arm Freighting Company in the
Town of Alice Ann, County of Prince
Rupert, Province of British Columbia, has on the latter day hereunder
subscribed been dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the said
partership are to bo paid to Miles
Donald at Alice Arm aforesaid and all
claims against the said Partnership
are to be presented to the said Miles
Donald by whom the same will be
settled.
DATED at Alice Arm, B. C, this
9th. day of June, 1030.
MILES  DONALD.
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A woman who appeared as a
witness in court was told by the
judge to talk as if she was at home.
The case is still going on.
Pish caught by commercial fishermen in Canadian waters last year
had a value of about 155,000,000.
Over 100 countries bought fish and
fish products from the Dominion
in 1929, valued at $38,000,000. More
than 80,000 persons find employment in Canada ln the fishing industry.
The wild rose is now the floral
emblem of the province of Alberta.
The provincial parliament has enacted the legislation making this
flower which grows so profusely
all over Alberta, the provincial
symbol. Choice of the emblem
was put up to the school children
of Alberta and the wild rose captured most votes, with the tiger
lily next ln favor.
Homestead entries taken out
through the Dominion Land Office
at Edmonton during the month of
March last broke all records for
that month with a total of 277
homesteads and 19 soldier grants
wly^h compares with 230 homesteads in March, 1928, the previous
record March.
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BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from to $200
$500
Residential Lots from $200
to $300
Robertson & Dumas
Agents for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Dealers in Fresh, Salt, and Smoked Meats,
Fish, Poultry, Butter and Eggs
Equipped with  Modern   Cold Storage  Plant
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British Columbia
Department of Mines
British Columbia, the Mineral Province of Western Canada,
has produced over $182,455,854 worth of mineral products.
Mineral Production, year 1928-$65,372,583.00.
Mineral Production, year 1929—$68,245,443.00.
Reports and Bulletins available on application, and mailed
free of charge to any given address, include:
"ANNUAL REP0RTS"-These contain detailed accounts of
mining conditions and developments in the Province during the year with which they deal.
"British Columbia, the Mineral Province of Canada"—A handy
reference book summarizing the previous year's mining
activity and giving an outline of British Columbia mining law.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia"—A Special Bulletin
dealing with a branch of mining in respect of which the
Province offers unusual opportunities.
"Report on Taku River Area, Atlin Mining Division"—This tells
the story of the discovery and the pending development
of a new lode mining field now attracting much attention.
ADDRESS:
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VICTORIA, B. C.
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ALICE  ABM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD.   Friday, July 18, 1930
Educational Books Can
Be Received From
Victoria
The Herald has received a communication from the Mr. H. Killam,
superintendent of Public Libraries'
Act, Parliament Buildings, Victoria,
requesting publicity of the work
being carried out by the Public Library Commision.
Mr. Killam states that: "For a
number of years the Provincial
Government has carried on a work
which has as yet been little heard
of. There are only six public
libraries in the Province; therefore
most of the people have not the
opportunity of getting from such
institutions the worth while books
which are constantly being published.
"For readers of serious literature,
and for students, a collection of
books, known as the Open Shelf
Department, now numbering between 11,000 and 12,000 volumes,
is available for borrowing by mail.
The Government pays the out-going
postal charges, while the borrower
pays the return charge. No other
expense is incurred by the borrower.
"It has been impossible to have
a catalogue of the whole collection
published, but a number of lists on
various subjects have been printed,
and other lists will be issued as
funds allow."
The Herald has received a catalogue of books available to borrowers, and other catalogues will
be published at an early date. If
yon wish a catalogue, forward your
request to the Public Library Commission, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. Here is an opportunity
for anyone to acquire first class
instructive books at a very small
cost.
"Lady of Snows" Gets Hot
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Few Women Candidates
In Political Contest
Ottawa, July 12th. (Special to
the Herald.) Women have enjoyed
the franchise in Dominion affairs
since 1917, though it was not until 1921 that the unrestricted franchise was given them. Still that
is nine years ago.
Add to that fact another, which
is that women represent some 56
per cent of the voting strength of
Canada at the polls on July 28.
Then consider that in all the
245 electoral divisions of Canada
not a women has been given a
nomination by either of the chief
parties in a "safe seat."
Miss McPhail, who has sat in the
House since 1921, is progressive,
and even she—unless someone
drops out before nomination days—
is up against an uncertain three-
cornered fight.
Half the seats in Canada are reasonably safe for one part or the
other, That is, nomination is
about tantamount to election,
Both parties are pleading strongly
for the votes of women but, obviously there has been no real concern on the part of the constituency
organizations to see them in Parliament.
Visitor: "I suppose everyone in
the hotel dresses for dinner?"
Chambermaid: "Oh, yes, madam:
meals in bed are charged extra."
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D udyard Kipling, poet of Empire
xx and incidentally coiner of the
phrase "Our Lady pf the Snows"
as a description of Canada, has
now another view of the Dominion.
Making a flying trip to this country he struck Montreal in the
middle of a heat wave that boosted
the thermometer into the nineties
and made the poet wonder how he
ever got the idea that Canada was
a land of snow and ice. "My
chief impression of Canada, judged
by the past few days, is heat,"
he said, interviewed on board S.S.
"Duchess of Bedford," on which he
is returning to England. Cut is
reproduction of a crayon sketch of
Mr. Kipling from the gifted pencil of Kathleen Shackleton, Canadian artist of high repute. (Copyright 1930, by Canadian Pacific
Railway).
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Everybody Sees
The ravages of the Forest Fire, but not
everybody realizes that seventy per cent,
of our fires in 1929 were preventable;
in other words, they were due simply to
carelessness. Pressure of public opinion
has gone far to eliminate carelessness in
other directions, but carelessness with fire
is still amazingly prevalent.
Prevent Forest Fires.
You Can Help! .
British Columbia Forest Service
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LADIES' COATS
40 PER CENT. REDUCTION
We have a number of Ladies' Coats, suitable for
both Summer and Winter Wear, in a Large Variety
of the Latest Styles. We wish to clear these in
order to make room for New Stock, and are offering
them at the Big Reduction of 40 per cent.
LEW  LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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MINING CAMP SUPPLIES
A COMPLETE SERVICE
Powder, Caps, Fuse, Steel and Tools.   Rain test Clothing,
Stanfield's Underwear, Hand-made Boots.   A full line of
Quality Groceries for Mining needs.
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Alice Arm
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GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Pull Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER
Alice Arm
GENERAL MERCHANT
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STEAMSHIP and
TRAIN SERVICE
S.S. "Prince Rupert" or
"Prince George"
Leave Anyox Friday p.m. for Prince Rupert
and Vancouver (via Stewart)
S.S. "Prince Charles" Tuesdays p.m.
For Prince Rupert and Vancouver
(via Massett Inlet)
Weekly service from Prince Rupert for
Skeena and Naas River—South Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Passenger Trains leave Prince Rupert for
Edmonton, Winnipeg and paints Ens* 1 p.m.
daily except Sunday.
Low Summer Fares NOW
Ask us About Our "Triangle Tour"
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R. F. McNAUGHTON; District Passenger Agent, Prince Rupert, B. C
Advertise in the Herald ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Friday, July 18, 1930
T. S. Baxter Speaks on Behalf of J. C. Brady
Liberal Government to allow British made goods of certain kinds to
enter Canada free, iu the hope
that Britain would buy Canadian
wheat, seemed according to the
speaker, a joke in ths face of the
fact that all of the items were
suoh odd ones that we rarely import them from Great Britain.
The trade treaties with Australia and New Zealand, negotiated
by tlie Liberal government showed
very poor statesmanship and tact,
and have done the Canadian dairy
industry untold harm. Now we
import 40 million pounds of butter
and we used to export 24 million
pounds.
In dealing with the unemployed
situation directly, Mr. Baxter made
much of Mr. Mackenzie King's
"5c. speech." This savored, he
said, of destructive criticism. Constructive criticism is more needed.
A definite highway and railway
construction programme was hinted at to alleviate immediate needs.
A special session of parliament
promised to deal with the unemployed situation as soon as the conservatives came into office.
In closing, he mentioned a few of
those things for which previous
conservative governments were
responsible. His address terminated with the statement that the
conservative party pledged itself to
a tariff system sufficiently high to
allow the Canadian manufacturer
cost price preference. A preference being given to Empire goods
if not detrimental to our industries.
Ladies Form Own Group In
Golf Club
The lady members of the Anyox
Golf Club formed theirown group
on Monday, and the following officers we're elected: Honorary President, Mrs. Chas. Bocking; President. Mrs. G. Lee; Vioe-Presidenti
Mrs. F. S. McNicholas; Captain,
Mrs. D. Dean; Secretary, Mrs. C.
0. Fricker; Committee, Mrs. W.
Simpson, Mrs. J. L. Stewart. Mrs.
F. Larson.
It was decided that Wednesday
should he ladies' day on the course.
The season started on Wednesday
with a medal Handicap match.
Eleven players took part, and the
prizes for the two low scores were
donated by Mr. C. H. Smith. The
following are the scores of the first
three:
Gross Hand. Net.
Mrs. Fricker        63 18       45
Mrs. Lawn           51 5       46
Mrs. Dean            70 18       52
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| ALICE ARM NOTES
W, K. Gwyer, district engineer
of the Public Works Department,
and J. A. Anderson, district supt.
spent several days in town
during the week.
Messrs. AV right and Hinton, B
C. Land surveyors of Prince Rupert, were visitors in town during
the week.
Dr. James of Anyox, 9pent the
week-end in town.
Miss Alice Kergin left on Monday for Prince Rupert.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Sick left on
Monday. They plan to settle in
tlie Peace River Country.
N. Fraser, who has spent several
weeks developing holdings of the
Esperanza Mining Co. left on
Monday for Prince Rupert.
Harold Eld of Anyox was a
week-end visitor to Alice Arm
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kruzick audi
daughter Agnes, arrived on Thursday from Anyox and will spend a
month's vacation here.
Gus. Anderson arrived home on
Monday from a prospecting trip
into the Stikine country. He
thoroughly enjoyed the trip.
Billy Wilson arrived from Vancouver on Monday to visit his
father and sister Vema.
Mrs. T. Kydd arrived on  Satur
day from Anyox. aud is spending
a vacation with Mr. and  xMrs. E
Yard.
Miss Christine Nucich, who has
been spending holidays with her
mother, left on Monday for Vancouver.
Miss Edna Edgar, who has
spent the past two months here,
visiting Mrs. B. Wilson, left on
Monday for Prince Rupert.
,t
MINERAL  ACT
(Form V)
Certificate of Imphovements
NOTICE
"Biug" Fractional Mineral Claim,
situate in the Naas River Mining Division of Cassiar District.
Where located: On Trout Creek.
Upper Kitsault River, adjoining the
Moose Group.
TAKE NOTICE that we, John
Strombeek, Free Miner's Certificate
No. 48135-C, and .Miles Donald, Free
Miner's Certificate No. 4818t-C, intend
sixty days from the date hereof to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And further take notice thataction,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such Certificate
of Improvements.
Dated this 20th. day of June, A. D.,
1030. ' i
JOHN  STROMBECK,
MILES  DONALD.
C. M. BRYANT
A. R. S. M. Eng.
PROVINCIAL ASSAYER
ASSAY OFFICE
Stewart, B. O.
Leave Samples at Herald Office
M. M. STEPHENS & Co. Ltd.
INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES
WRITTEN ANYWHERE
The oldest Financial Office in Northern B. C.
Office:  PRINCE RUPERT, B. C.
DC
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3F=1C
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Ann
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1     ANYOX NOTES      j
Mr. and Mrs. T. Evans returned
home on Monday from a holiday
in the south.
F. Coles, piano tuner, arrived
from Prince Rupert on Monday.
Dr. James, Mr. Wilson and T.
Kydd returned from Alice Arm on
Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Brayfield left
on Monday for Prince Rupert and
from there will sail on the Prince
Henry to Vancouver.
Mrs. Johnson and sons were passengers on Monday for Vancouver.
Mrs. W. F. Barclay and family
•ire spending   holidays   at   Silver
City.
M. J. Sheen arrived home on
Monday from holidays spent in the
south.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson and
daughter left on Monday for holidays in Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Carlson and
G. Carlson left on Monday for
Vancouver.
S. McDonald was a south-bound
passenger on Monday.
Master John Dodsworth left on
Monday for Vancouver and two
weeks at Camp Artahan.
Mrs. Thompson and daughter
arrived from the south on Friday
to spend her holidays with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Ballantyne.
W. J. Greer, W. R. Love, H.
Mclntyre, Mr. Lamont, and Mr.
Robinson arrived on Friday from
the south.
Mr. W. Blackburn returned
home on Friday from a visit to
southern cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Kril were among
the arrivals on Friday.
Miss I. Gillies returned home on
Friday from a visit to Prince
Rupert.
Rev. and Mrs. O. Carlstrom arrived from the south on Friday
and left on Monday.
Mrs. S. Peters and son were
southbound passengers on Friday
for Viotoria to visit relatives.
Mrs G. Adams and daughter
left on Friday for Alberta on
holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. D. MacDougall
were passengers on Friday foi'
Vancouver and Seattle.
Mrs. A. Wardrope and family
left for Viotoria on Friday.
Miss Bow left on Friday for
Vancouver, after spending holidays
with her mother.
Mrs. C. H. Archers left for the
south on Friday.
Mrs. C. Macintyre and family
left on Tuesday for Queen Charlotte Islands where they will reside.
H   M.   S£LFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Oppoiite Liquor Store
Anyox Community
League
The Council of the League
meets on the Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in Recreation Hall,
at 7 p.m.
KITSAULT   CAFE
Alice Arm
Under New Management
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
HOURS
Bread and Pastry Always for Sale
B. Wilson
Proprietor
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every jecond and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
"1
PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
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Shoe Department
$5.95~SALE OF OXFORDS-$5.95
We have taken out of our Regular Stock 100 pairs of Men's Oxfords, values up
to $10.00, and are offering them to you for $5.95. Made by some of the best
Shoemakers—Leckie, Slater, Dufresne, and Tebbutt—in Black Kid, Black Calf,
and Brown Calf. Made on the newest lasts and latest patterns in either Blucher
or Balmoral style.   This is your chance to get your summer shoes at a very low
price.
SALE   COMMENCES   MONDAY,   21st.
DRUG   DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Pepsodent Tooth Paste.    Regular 45c. per tube.    For one week only, 3 tubes for $1.00
Hospital Cotton, 1 lb. rolls : 60c.
Almond Cream for Sunburn, per bottle 35c.
Pascall's Assorted Satin Candies, per lb 40c.
Hardware Dept
Peterboro' Rugs $5.00, $9.50
Reversible Rugs  .$6.00, $6.50
Hit and Miss Rugs $5.00, $7.50
Bath Mats. $2.25, $5.00, $6.75
Barrymore Rugs $5.00, $6.50
Oval Rugs $2.40
Throw Down Mats 60c, $1.00
Men's Dept
BATHING SUITS
Men's Cotton Bathing Suits in one piece,
with Skirt, navy blue with orange trimming.    In  sizes 34 to 40.    Price only
$1.00
Boys' Cotton Bathing Suits, sizes 24 to
34.    Price 75c.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
CURTAIN  MATERIALS
Figured Nets in small designs, per yard 45c.
Casement Cloth, colors Fawn, Rose, Blue, and Gold, per yard  80c. to $1.00
Cretojuies, in very good colors, suitable for Drapes, Slip Covers and Cushions per yard,
50c, 55c, 75c, and 85c
Figured Linen in Gold, Black and Fawn back-ground, with very pleasing designs,  per
yard, 80c to $2.15
GRANBY   STORES
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