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A little paper
with all the
| news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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VOL. 10,   NO.   44
Alice Abm, B. C, Saturday, April 25, 1931
5 cents each.
Annual Report of Granby
Company for Year 1930
Low Prices and Low Production Cut Profits Last Year
The annual report of the Granby
Consolidated Mining, Smelting and
Power Co. covering the year 1930
,-has recently been published. It
shows that the company has suffered from low prices during the
past year. Mr. Charles Hayden,
Chairman of the Board of Directors
reports in part as follows:
The refined marketable metals
produced during the year amounted
to 46,831,149 pounds of copper,
393,954 ounces of silver and 8,435
ounces of gold, compared with 60,-
854,591 pounds of copper, 428,496
ounces of silver and 10,558 ounces
of gold for 1929.
In view of the unsatisfactory
demand for copper metal, your
Directors in the early part of the
year deemed it advisable to curtail
production at both Anyox and Allenby, and in November decided to
further curtail productions by discontinuing operations entirely at
Allenby until there is an improvement in the demand for copper.
The total income for the year,
exclusive of Depreciation and Depletion, for which there was no
cash outlay, amounted to $1,476,-
284.62, the equivalent of $3.28 per
share of stock outstanding, as
compared with like figures of $4,-
179,095.89 and $9.29, respectively,
for the previous year.   The reduc
tion in income was due entirely to
decreased production and to the
lower prices received for metals as
compared with the previous year.
Distributions aggregating $2,-
362,340.93 were made to shareholders during the year, viz, February 1, $2.00; May 1, $2.00;
August 1, 75c, and November 1,
50c; or a total of $5.25 per
share.
The net quick assets at the end
ofthe year amounted to $4,861.-
144,43, of which $3,160,542.43 was
in cash.
Capital expenditures made during
the year amounted to $119,361.66.
No capital expenditure was contemplated during the present year.
Mr. Bocking's report, in full, is
as follows:
The following consolidated report is submitted covering the
operations of your company for the
calendar and fiscal year ended
December 31st, 1930:    .
Production—
Copper 46,831,149 Pounds
Silver 393,954 Ounces
Gold 8,435 Ounces
The average cost of refined copper produced after allowing credits
for precious metals and miscellaneous income, but exclusive of depreciation, depletion and income
taxes was 9.796 cents as compared
Continued on Page 2
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Jorgensen
arrived from Berkeley, California,
on Wednesday.
"PENITENT
PIRATES"
An Operetta in two acts, by Paul
Bliss
PRESENTED BY THE
ANYOX CHORAL SOCIETY
AffilitUdtotheA. C. L.
RECREATION HALL
ON THURSDAY, AF>JL
30th. 1931
AT 8 P.M.
Something Different
Don't Miss This
GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY
Power Boat Built Alice
Arm Launched
The first power boat to be built
at Alice Arm was launched on
Thursday evening. It was built
by P. Pedei'son during the past
winter. It is 18 feet in length,
engined with a 4 h.p. Easthope
engine, and has a comfortable
cabin. It was lowered into the
water from the Dolly Varden dock
by the wharf crane, and glistening
iu a coat of new paint it presented
an attractive appearance. The
engine was started up and in a
few minutes it was gracefully gliding over the bay.
Oreat credit is due Mr. Pederson
for the well built and graceful
appearanoe of the first Alioe Arm
built boat. He constructed it en
tirely alone. The ribs of the boat
he prooured trom the looal woods.
The owner plans to make the
maiden trip to Anyox today.
Presentation Made To
Father Wolfe
Avery pleasing ceremony was
performed in the library of the
Catholio Hall ou Sunday evening
when a number of the parishioners
of the Catholic Church oongregated
and presented Rev. Father Wolfe
with a purse. The presentation
was made to mark the esteem in
which Father Wolfe is held by his
congregation.
Mr. Wm. O'Neill, in making the
presentation on behalf of those
present remarked on the sterling
qualities of Father Wolfe and
sincerely wished that Father
Wolfe's residence in Anyox would
be of long duration. Father Wolfe,
in replying thanked all those con
tributing for their kindness.
Solos were rendered by Mrs.
Pinckney, Miss Mary McGuire and
Mr. Pinckney. Refreshments were
served from a table prettily decorated with pink tulips.
Father Wolfe left on Monday
for Priuce Rupert, where he will
spend a few days.^
Elks to Stage Elaborate
Musical Comedy
What will undoubtedly be the
biggest and most elaborate entertainment ever held in Anyox will
be staged on May 14th a ud 15th
when appoximately fifty local
artists under the direction of Mr
and Mrs. C. H. Lewis of Chicago
will entertain the people of Anyox
with a musical comedy, entitled,
"The Beauty Show." Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis are now in Anyox, and
are engaged in training the best of
local talent.
It is being held under the aus
pices of Anyox Lodge No. 47
B.P.O. Elks, which is a pure .'guarantee of a successful entertainment
Watch for further announcements.
Strong Cast In "Penitent
Pirates"
The operatta, "Penitent Pirates,"
whioh will be staged at the Recreation Hall on Thursday evening,
April 30, is attracting considerable
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attention and a large audience is
anticipated. The A.C.L. Choral
Sooiety is making every effort to
ensure an exceptional evening's
enjoyment, and the singing and
acting will be perfected to the
smallest detail during the rehearsals this week.   Following is the
oast:
Words by Alice Monr.oe Foster.
Music and Lyrics by Paul Bliss.
Orchestration by N. R. Redman.
Director of Play, Ray Roberts.
Musical Director, N. R. Redman.
Assisted by local orchestra.
The Cast
Marguerite the Optimist, Mrs. J.
L. Anderson.
Peggy the Pessimist,  Miss M.
Dodsworth.
Rita, a Spanish Girl, Mrs. Griffiths.
Ida, the would be Movie Actress,
'Mrs.. Cormier.
Evelyn, Mrs. Plumb.
Doris, Miss A. Dodsworth.
Lillian, Mrs. Kent.
Doreen, Mrs. Arscott.
Major George, James Elliott.
General Henry, William Pinckney.'
Captain Stephen, Bert Field.
Major General John, Norman
Redman.
Sergeant Eugene, John Pinckney.
Corporal Joe, Dave Evans.
Lieutenant, Reg. Keyes.
Brig. General, Stewart Barclay.
Relief Workers Are Clearing
Streets
Annual Meeting Alice Arm
Chamber Of Mines
The Annual Meeting of the Alice
Arm Branch, B.C. Chamber of
Mines, will be held at the Athletio
Club House on Monday evening,
April 27 at 8 p.m. An election of
officers for ensuing year will take
plaoe and a full attendance is requested. ' j I
A. D. Yorke, Secretary!
At a meeting of the Stewart
Village Counoil held on April Hth
it was stated that 32 men were
then being employed. Expend
iturestodate were $901.97. The
money is being spent in improving
streets. It is proposed to spend
$2000. The government contributing one half following the expenditure of the whole.
Anyox Scout and Cub
Notes
The Wolf Cubs are making fine
progress under the leadership of
Mr. Jack Cloke, Jnr. and the boys
are all, trying hard for badges.
Robert'Dresser has been awarded
his Artists' Badge.
The Scouts enjoyed a visit from
Rover Fred Bradshaw on Friday,
April 17. Fred, who is a new
comer to Anyox gave the boys an
interesting talk on his hike through
Denmark. Around the campfire
the visitor proved that he was
quite a Rudy Vallee and led the
songs and also taught the boys
some new ones. Undoubtedly the
Scouts enjoyed the evening and
Mr. Bradshaw can be assured
that they all hope he will be able
to take an active part in the work
of the local Scout organization.
On Monday, April 20th. the
Rover crew had a meeting and it
was decided to register under the
name of the Lieut. Governor, Hon.
R. R. Bruce and a letter is to be
sent asking his Honor's permission.
Hiking, Camping, etc, is to be
carried out extensively this summer.
Mrs.
L. O'Connor Extends
Thanks
Mrs. L. O'Connor, who is residing at Red Deer, Alberta with her
parents received a cheque of $500.00
from the committee of the Bonanza
Relief Fund last week. In a letter
to the Herald, Mrs. O'Connor
wishes us to express her sincere
gratitude to all those who donated
to the fund, and assure them that
the gift is greatly appreciated.
BIRTH AT ANYOX
Born to Mr. and Mrs. L. Wilkinson at the Anyox General Hospital
on Monday. April 20th, a son.
Low Price Silver Closes
Down Mines
Owing to the low price of silver
the Premier Gold Mining Company
have closed down the Prosperity
and Porter Idaho mines. The last
of the men were paid off on April
15th. Watchmen will be kept at
certain points.
Dr. J. T. Mandy. who has been
receiving treatment at the Anyox
Hospital for a dislocated shoulder
and fractured collar bone, left on
Wednesday for Prinoe Rupert.
BOY SCOUT CAMP
FIRE DANCE
Will be held in the
GYMNASIUM
On Friday, May 1st.
Dancing 9-2.        Refreshments
First Class Music
Proceeds will bs devoted towards
Scouts' Summer Camp
ADMISSION   $1.00
Per Couple
Come in yonr hiking or sports
clothes   Several unique
novelties ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, April 25,  1931
Annual Report of Granby
Company for Year 1930
Low Prices and Low Production Cut Profits Last Year
Continued from page 1
with   10.614   cents   for   the   year
1929.
Due to the unsatisfactory demand
for copper and in order to avoid
carrying too large stocks of unsold
copper as well as to conserve cash
resourses, production was curtailed
at both the Anyox and Allenby
plants during the greater part of
year and in November the Allenby
plant was closed down entirely and
will remain so until such time as
there is an improvement in the
copper market. Caretakers and the
necessary watchmen are looking
after the plant during the shutdown period. The plant is in good
condition and operations can be
resumed on short notice whenever
required.
No new property was acquired
during the year.
At tbe Allenby Plant certain improvements in buildings and equipment, started the previous year,
were completed. There was also
installed an automatic sprinkler
system in the concentrating mill.
Mining Department.—Development work at the Anyox property,
including Bonanza, exclusive of
diamond drilling, amounted to  12,-
Anyox— Hidden Creek Mine (tons)
Anyox—Bonanza Mine (tons)
Allenby—Copper Mountain (tons)
850 feet, and, at the Allenby property, 20,937 feet or a total of
33,787 feet.
The ore developed during the
year amounted to 2,471,624 tons.
The tonnage of ore mined at
Anyox, including the Bonanza, was
1,512,911, and at Allenby 699,534,
or a total of 2,212,445 tons.
During the last /ew years an
intensive program of exploration
and development work was carried
on at the Hidden Creek mine at
Anyox in an endeavor to extend the
present known ore bodies and to
discover new ones, and while a
limited amount of ore has been
developed, no new ore bodies of
any consequence as yet have been
found.
At the Copper Mountain mine at
Allenby, exploration and development work has been carried along
consistent with operations and the
result has been satisfactory. At
the end of the year the reserves at
Allenby were about 4,000,000 tons
greater than when operations were
started in 1925.
The ore reserves at the end ol
the year, compared with the previous year, were as follows:
Dec. 31, 1929 Dec. 31, 1930
5,159,770
466,800
8,715,400.
4,309,830
406,250
9,885,069
Total     14,341,970
14,601,149
No outside exploration work was
done during the year except that
during the summer a limited scouting program was carried on by our
engineers in northern British Col-
Concentrating Department:
Ore Milled
Auyoi Mill     Tom      Percent Copper
1929 1,562,400      1.19
1930 1,491,300       1.15
umbia and in Alaska, and a number
of prospects and properties were
investigated, but nothing of interest
was found.
Concentrate!                        Tailing! Per Cent
Tom       Percent Copper Percent Copper Recovered
103,875        16.07          .105 91.65
90,383         17.35          .101 91.70
Allenby Mill:
1929       927,873
1.46
36,133
31.69
.238
84.74
1930       703,232
1.34
25,430
31.12
.225
84.00
Smelting Department — Anyox:
The tonnage of ore, cencentrates
and primary material smelted
amounted to 177,973 tons.
Coke Ovens—Anyox: The coke
ovens produced 31,904 tons of coke
together with the usual by-products. All of the coke, was used
in the smelting operations.
Cassidy Colliery.—The production of commercial coal amounted
to 128,608 tons, part of which was
used in coking operations at the
Anyox plant and the balance sold.
Comparative Consolidated Statement of Operations for the Years
Ended December 31, 1929 and
1930.
1929 1930
Gross revenue from operations. $11,828,725.73   $7,397,334.96
Operating costs     7,490,774.55     5,892,104.10
Gross profit from operations.. , $4,337,951.18   $1,505,230.86
Insurance, taxes, administrative expenses
etc         576,987.60       265,062.57
Add dividends from investments, interest
earned, etc 	
$3,760,963.58   $1,240,168.29
418,132.31        236,116.33
Profit before depreciation and depletion $4,179,095.89   $1,476,284.62
Depreciation   $1,372,599.52   $1,351,470.17
Depletion       785,083,57        607,438.51
Total depreciation and depletion $2,157,683.09   $1,958,908.68
Net profit  $2,021,412.80
Net loss	
$482,624.06
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More than half the fresh water
of the globe is contained In Inland
waters of Canada and twenty different varieties of food fish are
obtained from them in abundance
by commercial fishermen.
Final figures of gold production
for 1930 may find Canada In second place Instead of the United
States — following South Africa,
according to estimates of tbe Director of the United  States Mint.
Travelling health clinics operated by the Alberta Government In
that province to visit remote districts and provide free medical
service, went to 27 points last year
including 306 school districts.
The habit of taking snuff is on
the Increase In Canada. In 1929
over 997,000 pounds were made,
valued at $1,280,933, an Increase
of over 337,000 pounds and more
than $530,000 In value as compared with 1919.
Fish as candles? Certainly,
some of them, sometimes. Oula-
choiis, small oily fish taken In
British Columbia waters, are also
known as "Candleflsh," because
the Indians used to dry them and
use them  as candles.
Forty-one anglers who fished
the iVi miles of open water reserved for regulated public fishing on. the famous Restigouche
River In -New Brunswick during
the 1930 season caught 312 salmon
weighing 5,257 pounds.
The Earl and Countess of Bess-
borough, Canada's new Governor-
General and wife, arrived at Hali-
''•••■ Easter Saturday on board S.S.
Duchess of Bedford. They were accompanied by their son, Viscount
Duncannon, and their daughter,
Lady Moyra Ponsonby.
A party of twelve headmistresses
representing a number of the leading girls' schools of Great Britain
arrived at Halifax recently aboard
Duchess of Bedford and are scheduled to make a tour of the Dominion to Victoria and back, returning to England May 13.
Canadian Pacific Railway hockey
team added to the laurels gained by
winning the Railway-Telephone
championship at Montreal, when
they defeated the Winnipeg C.P.R.
team and took the ail-dines hockey
championship of the railway.
Nova Scotia Is to be represented
by an Industrial and tourist exhibit
at the Bermuda Exhibition April
21-23 next. It is being arranged by
the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition and the Department of Information of the Provincial Govern;
ment.
The largest number of passengers ever to sail on a single snip
from New York to Bermuda left
on the Duchess of York Good Friday, when 748 passengers were en
the list. This service was Inaugurated this year and has been so
successful that four extra sailings
have been announced.
An art school on wheels through
the most beautiful section of the
West has been organised by a
Montreal artist to travel by Canadian Pacific Railway from that
city as far as Victoria during July.
The school will make a specialty
of Indians, Mountles, cowboys on
bucking bronchos, and the glorious scenery of the Rockies as sub-
lects for painting. (727)
Announcement has been made
by the Canadian Pacific Railway
company that shipments of freight
at eastern points for polntB west,
vlo Port McNicoll, will now be
accepted subject to delay at Port
McNicoll pending the first Balling.
There will be five Canadian Pacific steamers on Great Lakes service during the coming season.
"Given a year of peace and
China will become a dominant factor In enormous trade >levelop-
monts between Great I'rltaln and
Europe In the Far East," says Sir
Ernest Thompson, prominent
British cotton manufacturer, who
returned from a British economie
mission to China aboard the Empress of Canada recently.
Tho majority of the directors ot
the Saskatchewan Poultry Pool
Ltd., are women, and for several
years they have directed the Pool
with conspicuous success. For
the year to January 31, 1931, the
Pool did a gross turnover of $812,-
000 according to the report of
president Bertha Holmes, an Increase of 9 por cent over 1929
and (14 per cont over 1928,
(720) ,    . -
Federal Government Cuts
Expenditure
Main estimates for the fiscal year
ending March 31, 1931, totalling
$385,394,408 were tabled in the
House of Commons last week by
Premier R. B. Bennett.    The total
represents a decrease of over $37,-
327,000 as compared with the main
estimates for the previous fiscal
year. Of the total of 42 services
estimated for, 33 are reduced and
nine increased.
Advertise in the Herald
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummillgS.   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
1C2QC
Picture Show for 25 c
Commencing with the advent of the Talkies, which
date is August 30th., members of the Anyox Community League, will be allowed admission to one picture
show each month, on the presentation of their membership card, showing dues paid to date, for the price of
25c.   This arrangement to be in lieu of past free show.
FREE SERVICES TO MEMBERS ARE:
1. Library 3. Organized Sports
2. Reading Rooms     4. Excursions
To keep these going we need your membership and your patronage
BUY   AT  THE LEAGUE
COUNTER
During these tight times by failing to
take advantage of the advertising
columns of the Herald
If you have anything to sell, whether it is a piano,
a radio, phonograph, an admission ticket to a dance,
concert or card party, Life or Fire Insurance, something to eat, wear or smoke, an auto ride, or whatever you have to sell: then
Advertise it in the Herald
and Increase Your Sales
Managers of social affairs are reminded
that an extra ticket or two sold pays for
an advertisement, and the others sold
through advertising are all clear
profit
ISN'T  IT   WORTH   CONSIDERING?
We will gladly write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
-A ALICE * ARM  AND  AN^OX  HERALD,  Saturday, April 25,  1931
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Interesting History Of
Canada's Governor
General
Ottawa, April 18: (Special to the
Herald). Possibly one of the most
intimate links connected with the
life of the present Earl of Bess-
borough, Governor General of Canada, with this Dominion, is that
the fourth Earl was succeeded by
his eldest son who married twice,
each time a daughter of a Govenor-
General of Canada. His first wife
was the daughter of the Earl of
Durham, to whom Canada owes so
much, and his second wife was the
, daughter of the Duke of Richmond,
who died in Canada as a result of
an animal's bite and is buried in a
Quebec church. This was the
great-uncle of the new Governor-
General. He had no sons and was
in turn succeeded by his next
brother and eventually by his third
brother, the seventh Earl. Their
sister married the Earl of Kerry,
eldest son of the then Marquis of
Landsdowne and was the aunt of
the Marquis of Landsdowne who
was another popular Governor-General. The present Earl of Bess-
borough's mother, wife of the
eighth earl, was a sister of the
Liberal peer, first Lord Wimborne.
Few, if any, British titles have a
pleasanter origin than that of the
present Earl of Bessborough, head
of the Ponsonby family in Ireland.
The family dates back to the time
of Cromwell and were in favor during the reign of Charles II. King
George I raised the Ponsonby family to the peerage when they took
the titles of Baron Bessborough and
Viscount Duncannon.
The business ability of the present Governor-General has well
been proven. He was a third-general staff officer in 1915 and at the
end of the war was a temporary
major of the special staff.   •
He holds the Russian Order of
St. Anne, 3rd class; Legion of
Honor; Order of St. Maurice and
St. Lazarus of Italy; Order of the
Redeemer of Greece and the Order
of Leopold of Belgium and a num-
ber of British titles of honor and
distinction.
The Earl is 51 years of age' and
is married into a distinguished
French family. He has two children, Viscount Duncannon, aged 18,
and Lady Moira Ponsonby, aged
13. Viscoiint Duncannon will return to England in the autumn to
go to Oxford and Lady Moira will
be educated by her own governess
at Rideau Hall.
Aocording to a news item, a
burglar broke into a boarding
house and ate a hearty meal.
That was no burglar—it was a
magician.
Billfuzz—"I wonder if that fat
old girl over there is really trying to
flirt with me?"
Goodman—"I can easily find out
by asking her; she is my wife."
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
Al. Falconer
Alice Arm
Baggage, Freighting, Pack
and Saddle Horses
COAL & FINISHED LUMBER
Slab Wood Cut any Length
Every Order Given
Immediate Attention
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FIRE 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
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Commercial fruit production In
Canada in 1930 had a value of $11),-
?24,970. Apples accounted tor $10,-
863,940 of that total."
For the year ended May 31, 1930,
a total of $2,037,678 was spent In
Canada for cut bloomo showing
that Canadians still have a strong
penchant for saying it with flowers.
As a barometer of business conditions In Nova Scotia it may be
stated that in 1930 there were 129
new companies incorporated as
compared with 118 for the previous
year.
A consignment of 120,000 pounds
of dried hake from Digby has besn
shipped by way of Yarmouth to Rio
de Janeiro Brazil, and Nova Scotian
exporters believe this may be the
beginning of a steady trade in this
line.
Over fifty per cent, of the raw
leaf tobacco used in the Canadian
tobacco Industry is now produced
in Canada. Less than two per cent,
of the tbbaoco consumed in tho
Dominion is imported in manufactured form.
At end of February 7,621980
bushels of wheat had entered Saint
John over Canadian Pacific lines
as compared with a movement of
3,659,677 bushels during the similar
period of 1930.
Two Chinese babies hold the distinction of being the first infants
born aboard Canadian Pacific liner
Empress of Japan. Th« births occurred on a recent voyage and were
reported on arrival of the ship at
Vancouver.
Public moms on the Empress of
Britain which will arrive at Quebec
on its maiden voyage June 2, all
bew distinctive names. The dining
F-nioon will be known as "Salle Jac-
cnes Cartier," the ball room as the
"Empress Room", and the lounge
as "Mayfair."     •
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MILK
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■ world's standard of
quality... sold in every
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relied on bymothersand
housewives throughout
the globe. Pure, safeand
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is especially valuable to
growing children . . .
just pure cow's milk
from selected herds with
useless water removed
... then sterilized and
sealed in airtight tins.
Delicious in beverages
and in cooking and
baking.
baby size
NBSi^'S—WwU'slMmstProductrs and
Sellers of Condensed and Evaporated Milk.
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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
T. W. FALCONER akc a™,
GENERAL MERCHANT
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,  Ladies' Clothing
We carry at all timet a complete stock of Ladies Wearing
Apparel, including Pyjamas and Underwear
Ladies' Pyjamas in all colors and sizes.    Regular Price
$3.75, now selling' at $3.00 per suit.    A  great bargain
you cannot afford to miss
We have a large stock of Ladies' Rayon Silk Underwear
in all the latest shades, at $1.85 per suit.
LEW LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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Notice To Employers
Special Revenue Tax Act
Commencing April 1st., this Act imposes "a tax of 1 per cent upon all employees
in respect of wages which are in excess of the exemptions stated( below, and requires
every employer to deduct the amount of the tax at the time the wages are paid, and to
remit the amount so retained to the Provincial Collector for the district on or before
the 15th. of the following month. A return must accompany each remittance to the
Collector, and the forms will be mailed to every employer as soon as his requirements
have been made known. Therefore all those who have other persons in their
employ should so inform the Collector at once, and full information will then be
supplied, together with the necessary forms.
The tax must be deducted from every employee whose remunerationjncluding the
value of free board or lodging (at prevailing rates, but not less than $25 per month)
and other perquisites, exceeds:—
(a.) $25 per week in the case of a married person whose wife or husband resides
in t^ie Province,
or
in. the case of a widower or widow who has dependent children under the age
of Eighteen years residing in the Province,
(b.) $15 per week in the case of all other persons.
NOTE-THE TAX IS PAYABLE ON THE WHOLE AMOUNT IF IT EXCEEDS
THE EXEMPTION.
EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM:
If an employee works for the same employer, say Monday, Tuesday, Friday and
Saturday of the same week,
or
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of one week, and Monday of the next week, and earns
in excess of the exempt amount, the tax must be deducted.
If an employee is paid monthly, the tax must be deducted from the full month's
pay if the remuneration is in excesss of the monthly equivalent of the above exemption.
Dept. of Finance,
Province of British Columbia.
C. B. PETERSON,
Commissioner of Income Tax.
^ ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Saturday, April 25,  1931
Athletic  Association  Holds
Meeting
A meeting of the Alice Arm
Athletic Association was held at
the Club House on Friday evening
April 17th. when a considerable
amount of business was transacted.
It was decided to hold another
card party at the Club House on
Saturday, May 2nd.
It was also decided that the
membership fees for the Tennis
Club this year should be as follows:
Adults, $5.00; Juniors under 16
years, $2.00; Adults, transient, per
week 50c, per month $1.50; Juniors, transient, per week 25c. Dues
must be paid to the secretary
before playing on court.
The rules governing playing
hours etc. are posted at the Tennis
Court.
Celts Football Team Getting
Ready
The Celts Football team held a
practice on the ball ground on
Monday night and followed this up
with another turnout on Wednesday evening. These workouts
being in preparation for the first
league match with the Smelter on
May 5th.
H   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:   Opposite Liquor Store
I      ANYOX NOTES      !
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Catholic Ladies Hosts At
Card Party
The Catholic Ladies held another
enjoyable card party and dance at
the Catholio Hall on Friday, April
17, and as usual it was a great
success. The conveners were Mrs.
J. Tierney and Mrs. J. Salmon.
The ladies' lirst prize was won by
Mrs. Wynuo, and Mrs. Salmon
secured the consolation prize. Mr.
E. Iwanicha won the men's first
prize, and the consolation was
obtained by Mr. A- R. Kent.
Following the card games, an
appetising supper was served and
dancing was then enjoyed until 1
a.m. Tommy Stretton's orchestra
provided excellent music for the
dancing.
Mrs.   Luikkonen    Received
Gift This Week
Mrs. Luikkonen, whose husband
was fatally injured while hunting
goat on November 10, was the recipient of a handsome sum of
money this week, subscribed by
fellow employees of the late R,
Luikkonen. A contribution was
also received from tlie Bonanza
Relief Fund. Mrs. Luikkonen was
overwhelmed by the generosity of
all concerned and wishes to con
vey, through the medium of the
Herald, her thanks to all concerned
for their extreme kindness.
Enthusiasts Renovate Tennis
Courts
During the line weather of Tuesday and Wednesday, the A.C.L.
Tennis Courts received a thorough
washing, and following this some
of the more enthusiastic tenuis
members got busy and painted the
courts a suitable green color. The
"painters'' some of whom became
somewhat colored as the work progressed seemed to get a lot of fun
out of the job as did the large
gallery of spectators who Watched
with considerable interest < the
rapid completion of the painting.
Anyway tho courts looked much
better for the coat of paint.
Mrs. J. Kruzick left on Monday
for Vancouver.
J. K. Russell left on Monday for
Vancouver.
Father Chas. Wolfe left on Monday for a visit to Prince Rupert.
J. Anderson. W. Nichols and
L. Lycett arrived from Prince
Rupert on Monday.
W. W. Irwin. B. C. Perkins, R.
C. Watson arrived on Monday
from Vancouver.
Chas. Bocking, president of the
Granby Co. arrived on Wednesday
from Vancouver. He was accompanied by his secretary, A. White
Mrs. Boudreau and baby arrived
on Wednesday from the south.
Harold Eld, who has been studying at the B. C. University during
the past term, arrived on Wednesday from Vancouver on a visit to
his mother.
Morley Shier, representative for
the Canadian Explosives Ltd. arrived in town on Wednesday.
Air. aud Mrs. C. H. Lewis of
Chicago arrived on Wednesday's
boat.
R. T. Stewart arrived on Wednesday from Vanoouver.
Sigard Larsson and Ivor Swan
son left on Wednesday for a trip
to Sweden-    They  will visit the
big cities in the east before crossing
the Atlantic.
\ ALICE ARM NOTES   ]
The Alice Arm Athletic Assoc
iation will hold a card party on
Saturday next, May 2nd. ,
T. J. Shenton, mining inspector
arrived at Alioe Arm from Prince
Rupert on Monday in order to
make an examination of operating
mines in the district.
On Thursday evening a number
of willing workers assembled at
the new Club House of the Alioe
Arm Athletic Association and commenced the construction of a new
kitchen. A good start was made
and another evening's work such
as last Thursday should see its
Completion.
Rev. W. B, Jennings of the
North Coast Anglican Mission
:irrived on Thursday from Prinos
Rupert. Holy Communion Service
will be hold tomorrow nt 10 a.m.
in the new churoh. Sunday school
will be held at 11 a.m, and evening
service at 7.30 p.m.
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 James, social functions, elc.
on application to club manager
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.
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
Business Lots from $200 to
$500
Residential Lots from $50
to $300
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
THE MINERALS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Comparative figures of tonnage production
of the different metals:
1920
1930
Gold
131,128 oz.
163,100 oz.
Silver
3,377,849 oz.
11,800,000 oz.
Copper
44,887,6761b.
92,000,0001b.
Lead
39,331,218 lb.
320,000,000 lb.
Zinc
47,208,268 lb.
250,000,000 lb.
The Mining Laws of British Columbia are
liberal and Crown Grants are given
to Mineral Claims.
For information regarding British Columbia mines,
apply to the
DEPARTMENT OF MINES
VICTORIA, B. C.
Annual Reports, Bulletins, Maps, etc.,
furnished free of charge on application.
For Results, Advertise in the
Herald
r
=^\
Hardware Department
...   One Johnson Floor Duster $1.50
One half pint Johnson's Liquid Wax Polish 60c.
We are offering this $2.10 value for $1.50
If the duster could talk it would say:
"Here I am! and I'll keep your floors clean and beautiful. I'm the new Dry Floor
Duster. I don't like to brag, but I'm really a superior mop. There are ten ounces of
yarn on my head. You can wash me, bend my neck, reverse my head- The metal
thread on my handle won't get loose. My frame is strong, twisted wire. I slide under
"low bridges" without bumping the furniture and I never scratch floors."
Here is the perfect Floor Duster for every Trind of floor.      Try one and see.
DRUG DEPARTMENT
WAMPOLES TASTELESS EXTRACT OF COD LIVER OIL
is prepared from an extract of fresh cod livers, the greasy portion having been eliminated. Wampoles as a constructive tonic is particularly recommended for those
suffering from obstinate cough, bronchitis, hoarseness, diseases due to a run-down
condition of the nervous system, and also for those whose blood is in a bad condition.
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Shoe Dept
The fine weather brings the running
shoeffto the mind of nearly everybody.
Our stock is now complete and on display. You will see several new styles
this season, as well as the regular tennis
staple lines, Sizes from Children's 4's
,    , to Men's 1 l's.
Men's Dept.
■ HATS-
Men's latest styles and colors in hats,
made in raw edge, bound curl brim, welt
edge, these hats are neatly lined and
finished with good leather inside band.
In shades "bf light and dark grey, brown,
fawn, and lavender.     All sizss.
PRICE $6.00
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Kayser Hose is as good as any hose on the market.   Very durable and nice in appearance
Semi service weight No. 105x.   Colors cascade, caravan, gunmetal, aurora, arab, Diana
and Juno.   Sizes 8j. 9. 9J, 10.   Price $1.95.   '
^lOx Kayser Chiffon Hose.   Dull lusture, beautiful for dress and evening wear.   Very
sheer.   Colors same as 105x,   Sizes 8j, 9, 9|, 10.   Price $1.95.
GRANBY   STORES
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