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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.
W
$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
VOL. 13,   NO. 5
Alice Abm, B. C, Friday, August 4, 1933
5 cents each.
Presentation Made To
Mrs. J. M. Dunn
On Thursday evening, July 27th.
the congregation of the United
Church met in the Churoh Hall to
do honor to Mrs. James Dunn, who
is leaving the district. The evening was largely given up to games,
frolic, and a musioal programme,
Miss Betty Cameron of Prince
Rupert, rendering in most effeotive
style two well-chosen songs, and
Mr. F. G. Bristow also giving two
solos.
A presentation was made by
Rev. Evan Baker to Mrs. Dunn,
consisting of a handsome wrist
watch, this being subscribed to by
the Church members and friends.
Mr. Baker referred to Mrs. Dunn's
long and tireless servioe on behalf
of the United Church- Mrs. Dunn
was president of the Ladies' Aid
for the past live years, and had
been a faithful member of the choir
ever since the new church was
built.
In replying Mrs. Dunn expressed
her appreciation of the kindness of
her many friends, and her sincere
regret at the severance from the
Church to which she had become
greatly attached. Mr. T. W.
Cavers, on behalf of the choir, also
spoke of the splendid help always
given the choir by the departing
member.
Tennis Tournaments Are
Away To Good Start
Favored by the best weather
they have had for three years, the
officials of the Anyox Open Tennis
championship tournaments got the
opening games nicely started on
Sunday the 30th. and play continued steadily throughout the week,
Quite a long list of entries has
given added interest.
First rounds of Mixed Doubles so
far played are as follows: Mr. and
Mrs. Macintyre accounted for Mrs,
Lockie and J. E. Cameron; 6-0, 6-2;
Miss Dora Grigg and J. Gillies won
from Mrs. Kirby arid J. Gourlay
6-4, 3-6, 6-3.
In the Ladies' Singles Miss K.
Eve disposed of Mrs. E. R. Oatman
6-1,6 0; D. Grigg won from M.
Cavers 6-1,6-1; M. Leighton had
an easy win over F. Cavers 6-0(
6-0; M. Dresser won from M. Cloke
6-0, 6 1.
In the Men's Open event Bud
Gillies defeated R. Duffy 6-2, 6 0;
J. Dixon won from J. E, Cameron
6-1,6-1; R. F.Hill won from E.
Moore 7-5, 6-2, and Horton Jaok
aooounted for Bobby Frioker6-2,
61.
Mine Registers A Win
Against Celts 1-0
An odd goal scored by one of
their own men towards the end of
the second half was the undoing of
the Celts' team in their game
against the Mine on Monday night,
this being the only counter recorded. It was a hard-fought battle
throughout, and excellent weather
conditions made for good football
so the fans were treated to a good
exhibition. The Mine was
strengthened by the addition of
Francis of the Rangers, who volunteered to play to make up the
team.
From the start it was evident
that the teams were evenly matoh-
ed. The Mine pressed early but
could not break the defense of
Currie and Taylor, and play waR
next at the other end, where another stonewall defense was- encountered. Celts, however, missed
two or three nice chances to score.
Webster controlled the game admirably.
The teams: Celts, Bell; Currie,
Taylor; W. G. Johnston, Murray,
J. Gillies; Patrick, H- Johnston,
Buntain. L. Gillies. Mine: Herzl;
Graney, Dixon; Ferguson, Dyer,
Martin; Home, Phillips, Wall,
Francis, Jelbert.
Large Number Attend
Alice Arm Dance
The dance given at the Alice Arm
Hotel on Saturday evening by Tom
my Stretton's Merrymakers' orches
tra of Anyox, was, without a doubt
one of Ihe most popular held at that
famous hostelry for a long time.
Large numbers were present,
both from Alice Arm and Anyox,
many coming over from the latter
town for the occasion. Through
out the evening the floor was
crowded with dancers. The de-
lightful music supplied by the orchestra was greatly appreciated,
and a return visit is promised at the
latter part of this month.
Golf Players Can Also Swing
Tennis Racquet
Somewhat of a surprise was
caused on Wednesday night in the
first round of the Men's Doubles
Tennis Championship, when two
looal golf champions—Peters and
Sheen—trimmed J. Buntain and
Ted Kergin at the latters' own pet
game. The match was a good one,
despite the fact that the ball was
frequently hit into the "rough" or
lost altogether! The score was
3 6, 6-2, 6-4.
[ ALICE ARM NOTES   1
Mrs. Lamb arrived from the south
on Monday to join her sister Mrs.
A. McMaster of Anyox, who is
spending holidays here.
W. Simpson arrived from Anyox
on Tuesday to join Mrs. Simpson
who is holidaying here.
Mrs. Kruzick and daughter Agnes
of Anyox are spending holidays at
the Alice Arm Hotel.
Messrs. W. F. Barclay, G. Hague
and W. O'Neill of Anyox spent the
week-end at Silver City visiting
their families.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Oatman of
Anyox were visitors here this week
arriving yesterday and leaving again
today.
Mrs. R. Ballentyne, of Anyox,
who has spent a week's holiday
with Mrs. H. Nucich, left for home
on Sunday.
J. Wier arrived from Anyox on
Saturday and is spending a week's
holiday with Mrs. Wier.
Mrs. R. L. Healy and family of
Anyox are spending summer holidays here, arriving on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs- F. D. Kydd arrived
from Anyox on Sunday for summer holidays.       *»
Mrs. J. Campbell and family arrived from Anyox on Sunday for
holidays.
Barney McGuire left on Monday
for the Bridge River Country where
he will join his father who is in
charge of mining operations there.
Alex Brown and J, Kirkland of
Anyox spent two days' holiday at
the Alice Arm Hotel during the
week.
Mrs. Campanelli of Anyox who
has spent the week here is leaving
for home today.
R. L, Healy arrived from Anyox
yeaterday and will spend a few
days' holiday with Mrs. Healy and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. A. Manning
arrived from Anyox yesterday for
summer holidays.
J. A. Anderson, superintendent
of Public Works arrived in town on
Monday and left for Anyox on
Tuesday. He has just returned
from a trip to the Atlin and Telegraph Creek districts. He reports
that mining is active in both these
districts and that the depression has
not affected either.
Anyox Scouts Enjoying
Camp Life
The Anyox Boy Scouts who are
camped at Clearwater Creek, are
taking full advantage of the splendid oamping weather that has prevailed since their arrival, and all
are in excellent spirits and health.
Scoutmaster Gale is in oharge of
the boys and in his many duties,
especially tli6 kitchen, is assisted
by Mrs. Gale, who, with her son
Pat is at the camp.
Trout fishing in Clearwater
Creek and other streams is a favorite pastime with the boys aud
some good catches have been
made.
Among the hikes that have been
made, were Copper Creek, Four
Mile Falls, and Lost Lake. At the
latter place Bill Lindsay and Eddy
Healy passed their first class
swimming test. Three leaders,
Bill Lindsay, Bob Nelson aud John
Dodsworth; two seconds, Donald
McDonald and Jerry Cundill, and
scout Douglas Williams, all took
part in their first class hike and
went into the hills from different
points. i
All the boys are thoroughly en
joying their holiday under canvas,
and are looking much healthier and
robust for their open air life in the
woods.
Alice Arm Has a Bumper
Strawberry Crop
The brillant sunshine of the past
week has saved the Alice Arm
strawberry crop from a failure to a
bumper crop. A record crop has
been gathered this year. The ber
ries are large and firm and a large
amount has been shipped to Anyox
where their freshness is appreciated,
Successful Voyage Made By
Cruiser Kavema
Beach Outplay Cubs In
Exciting Game
Perhaps the best and tightest
game of the season was that between the Beach and the Cubs on
Sunday last, the latter winning by
one run after seven innings of spectacular play. Two-base hits were
clouted out by Lewis, Cody and
Richardson for the Cubs, and McColl for the Beach. Ferguson and
Lazorek both pitched well, the
former striking out five and the
latter four. The evening was fine
and a large crowd enjoyed the
game.
BEACH
A.B.    R.     H.     E.
McColl, 3b 3       110
Whitehouse, c 4 0 0 1
Musser, ss 4       2       2       0
Allan, 2b 4       110
Hopkinson, lb 4 0 2 1
Ferguson.J. p 3 0 0 1
Kelly, cf 3       110
Chenoski, If 10 0 1
Hardy, rf 2       0       0       0
5       8       4
CUBS
A.B. R. H.     E.
Richardson, If    4 1 1       0
Lazorek, p         4 0 2      0
Smith, rf            4 0 10
Turner, cf           4 0 0       1
Rowland, 2b      3 1 1       0
Anderson, 3b      2 1 0       3
Roberts, c           3 0 10
Lewis, ss            3 0 10
Cody, lb            3 110
4      8      4
At 7 o'clook on Sunday evening
last the cruiser Kavema pulled into
Anyox after completing a trip to
Crescent Beaoh. The cruise lasted
one month, and W. F. Eve and A.
E. Field, the captain and crew respectively, reported having a hiost
enjoyable trip. Glorious weather
prevailed most of the time. The
voyage down was made by easy
stages aud an ideal anchorage was
found at Crescent Beach, from
which point the two voyagers
made several auto trips in company
with Mr. Garrett, of Gault Bros.
Pulling up anchor on Friday,
July 21st. they proceeded to Bowen
Island, and thence to Anyox, with
several stoppages en route. The
successful piloting by Mr. Eve of a
new boat on suoh a voyage is somewhat of an achievement, and both
he and his able assistant are to be
congratulated on their success.
They declare that a trip of that
kind is an ideal way to spend a
holiday.
The Herald is $2.00 a year.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
H. F. Hoadley at Prince Rupert on
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hoadley
were former residents of Alice Arm
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Fricker
Win Golf Championship
The Mixed Two-ball Handicap
Club Championship, which aroused
considerable interest, was won on
Friday the 28th. by Mr. and Mrs.
Fricker, who defeated the semi-
finalists, Mrs. Wenerstrom and J.
Grigg, by two strokes. The game
was not decided until the 17th.
hole was reached. The victors
entered the final by defeating Mr.
and Mrs. Sheen, while Mrs. Wenerstrom and Mr. Grigg accounted
for Mrs. Deane and Mr. Gigot.
The Club Handicap Championship, for which the Charles Booking Cup is the handsome prize, will
be played shortly.
Mrs. Sheen Wins Sun Life
Cup For July
With a gross score of 110, and a
net of 78, Mrs. Sheen won the Sun
Life Cup for the month of July.
Other scores were: Mrs. Wenerstrom, gr. 98, net 80; Mrs. Fricker,
104 and 80; Mrs. Cundill, 122 and
86; Mrs. Roy, 108 and 90. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, August 4.  1933
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.00 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.25
British Isles and United States, $2.50
Notices tor Crown Grants -   -   $15.00
Land Notices ....      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
An Explanation to The
Independent Candidate
During the past four weeks we
have distributed a number of sample copies of the Herald at the
Anyox Mine and Beach. The
distribution was made so that newcomers to Anyox may become acquainted with the Herald and later
may be induced to subscribe to it
or purchase it by the week. This
means of increasing the circulation
of a newspaper is frequently done,
and has been proven very satisfactory. We would not have taken
the pains to explain to our readers
how we are building up our circulation, but in a recent letter received from Mr. H. W. M. Rolston
of Stewart he accuses us of circulating copies of the issue of July
21st. to others than subscribers,
for the purpose of giving wider
publicity to the article in which we
explained Mr. Rolston's actions in
regard to his meeting in Anyox
when he sought the nomination of
Independent candidate. For the
information of Mr. Rolston and
his disciples we wish to state that
sample copies of the Herald were
distributed two weeks previous to
July 21st. and will be distributed
one more week after this issue, so
that everyone in Anyox will receive a free copy of the Herald at
least twice. As a former newspaper publisher, Mr. Rolston should
have been aware of this popular
method of increasing a newspaper's
circulation. If he wasn't he missed a wonderful opportunity. Mr.
Rolston certainly has an exalted
opinion of himself if he imagines
for an instant that we are going to
the expense of printing and distributing extra copies for the sole
purpose of giving greater publicity
to his Anyox meeting, or the gentle
rebuke we tendered him.
Nineteen Years
Ago Today
Nineteen years ago today, the
British Empire declared war on
Germany, and threw its gigantic
resources on the side of France
and Russia in order to check the
ambitions of the Kaiser and the
militarists of Germany, which
threatened to subdue Europe and
eventually the world. At 11 p.m.
on August 4th. 1914 when Great
Britain drew the sword of defense
the grey clad legions of the Kaiser
were already on the march to Belgium and France and the hordes of
Russia were rolling towards the
German and Austrian frontiers.
Serbia was being over-run by the
Austrian armies, and France was
frantically mobilizing   her armies
Mine Beaten By Rangers
In Strenuous Game
An exhibition of fast and clever
football was witnessed on Thursday
last, when the Rangers won from
the Mine 3-0. Open kicking and
nice passing featured the game,
there being little or no wind to spoil
direction. Both teams were out at
full strength, and every man played
well, so that the game was full of
interest to the spectators. There
was a marked difference, however,
in the relative strength of the forward lines, speed and experience
favoring the Rangers' centre forward and inside left and right. On
the Mine side the two backs were
right there in all the pinches, while'
Dyer was sound at centre-half.
Jelbert was fast and reliable on the
right wing, and Herzl played his
usual sound game in goal despite
the three counters, none of which
gave him a chance. Two of these
were by Steve Peel and the other
by Buchanan.
Despite successive defeats, the
Mine team are real sports, and lose
neither   courage   nor   willingness.
"Sparky" Johnston made a capable
referee.
The teams: Mine, Herzl; Graney,
Dixon; Martin, Dyer, Clarke;
Schaefer, Boyd, T. Calderoni,
Phillips, Jelbert. Rangers: Hunter; Hamilton, Dodsworth; Galbraith, Francis, Ellison; Patrick,
Buchanan, S. Peel, Donaldson,
Flye.
Premier MiningCo. has established camps at Antler, Sugar and
Grouse creeks in the Barkerville
District where small crews will be
employed on exploration work.
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meelt every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
T. J. SHENTON WILL BE
IN THE FRAY
E. Moss Esq.
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Alice Arm B. C.
Dear Sir:
With your kind permission
I am desirous of making the following brief statement through your
esteemed columns.
It is alleged that Mr. H. VV. M.
Rolston the supposed Independent
Candidate in the forthcoming election when visiting your district and
that of Anyox recently circulated a
statement to the effect that T.J.
Shenton was backing out or had
backed out of the contest in the
forthcoming election, if such a
statement was circulated by this
gentleman as alleged, then I wish
to say emphatically it is a falsehood
entirely and without any foundation
of truth whatever.
I am running as a Labour Candidate as promised and running I
believe lo win.
Yours truly,
T. J. SHENTON
LAMB'S ROMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FINE OLD NAVY
(The Sailors love it)
GOLDEN GROVE
(The Doctors recommend it)
Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not publish
ed or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class  Business  Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now it the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
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MEN'S SHIRTS
We have a Splendid Range of Men's Dress Shirts at
bargain prices, including:
English Broadcloth Shirts, in colors of white, blue, tan
and green.   Real good value at $1.35 each.
Exceptionally well made Broadcloth Shirts in various
colors at $1.15 eaoh.
High Grade Dress Shirts with Mercerized silk stripe, in
all colors,  with separate collar.      Real good   value
from $1.50 to $2.50 eaoh.
LEW LUN & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter.
OPEN   UNTIL   10  P.M.
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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
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and appealing to London (or immediate assistance to check the
onrush of the German armies and
navy which threatened to destroy
her. The appeal was not in vain
and the whole resources of the
Empire were drained for over three
years until the ambitions of Germany were subdued.
Subscribe to the Herald
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Alice Arm
GENERAL MERCHANT
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
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To The Public
In these days of economic living the Community League
Libraries furnish pleasurable and instructive reading at
very low expense. Those using the libraries and
reading rooms are naturally expected to belong to the
League.
Membership in the League carries many other privileges.   Anyone may join.   The dues are only 50c.
per month.   The Secretary will be glad to give you
full information.
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The Minerals of British
Columbia
The amount of Gold produced in
British Columbia shows a total value
of approximately $227,000,000.
British Columbia offers excellent opportunities for profitable investment
NOTICE: Amendments to the "Mineral" and "Placer
Mining" Acts were passed at the 1933 Session of the
British Columbia Legislature having to do with the
staking and working of mineral claims and placer
mining leases, effective on the 1st. of July, 1933.
Those interested should apply to the Department regarding same.
Copies of the Annual Reports of the Honourable the Minister of Mines and special bulletins, etc. may be obtained, free
of charge upon application. A new PLACER MINING
bulletin also is available, for which there is a charge of 25c.
Same contains comprehensive and up-to-date information as
to this phase of mining in British Columbia, together with
a synopsis of the new mining laws. Applications should be
addressed to
THE   DEPARTMENT   OF   MINES
VICTORIA, B. C. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Friday, August 4,  1933
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Canadians to Visit Mysterious Bali
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Ball, that mysterious tropical islarad oft the coast
of Java where Eve would have been almost
over-dressed and native boys — although they have
never heard of him — look like Gandhi, will be more
than a name but no less a mystery to a number of
lucky Canadians by this time next year.
For Bali, literally unknown until a motion picture
director took his cameras and microphones there a
year or so ago, has been added to the itinerary of
the Canadian Pacific liner Empress of Britain's
1934 world cruise sailing from New York January
fourth.
Balinese, staple and unaffected, acted a charming
love story for the screen. But they had to be ■•• ugv
what a kiss was. They live in a land of temple.
Although education Is not a strong point they can
still count the few white people who have ever
visited the island.  They cannot count the number
lotos by  Burton Holmes.
of dogs they own. They save the bodies of their
dead until the last member of a family dies and
cremate them all together. They worship bats and
have 500,000 in one sacred cave. When .priests send
word that devils are abroad every man, woman,
child and dog must stay within doors so nothing
will Impede the demons' quick departure. They
love to dance, and on March 9 and 10, 1934 are
specially performing traditional dances for the Empress of Britain's world cruise passengers.
In addition to Ball, new world cruise calls will
be made by the big, white liner at Seraaramg, Java,
and Zamboanga In the Sulu Archipelago. The
cruise will visit 33 ports in 24 countries covering
30,000 miles in 130 days.
The pictures show a temple in Boeleleng, a youthful humorist (top right) and a typical scene outside
a native house where a cremation is about to be
held.
Our Circulation
Is Increasing!
WHY
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1 Because the Alice Arm and Anyox
Herald carries all the local news oi
the district, placed before its readers
in a concise and pleasing manner.
A glance over the headlines shows
exactly what has happened in Anyox
and Alice Arm during the past
week.
Reliable reports gathered from authentic sources, regarding the state
of the copper and silver markets are
frequently published; also interesting
news items of provincial mining activities, etc.
Broadminded editorials, written from
a purely independent viewpoint, concerning the metal markets, Provincial,
Dominion and International politics;
also editorial comment on local affairs
are a feature of the Herald.
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for six months.   Or 5 cents per copy if you
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g:SB#^a^^EM^B^M^a.E^B ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, August 4,  1933
Weakened Beach Team
Suffer Defeat
By the margin of one run and
one innings, the Colts chased the
Beach for another win in the game
on Friday the 28th. The winners
showed a good brand of ball, while
the Beach, who were minus McColl
and Oatman, fought hard to stave
off defeat. Ferguson hurled well,
striking out seven, while Mclnnes
accounted for four in the same
way. Windle was in fine form,
slamming one into the creek for a
home run.
, COLTS
A.B. R. H.    E.
LaPlante, 2b 4 1 0      0
Thompson, rf      4 1 1       0
Mclnnes, p 3 2 2       1
Windle, ss 2 111
Walmsley, c. 2 0 0       0
Pessut, lb 3 0 12
Calderoni, cf 3 0 1       0
Joss, 3b 3 0 0       2
Bolton, If 10 0       1
Mist, If 2 0 10
5 7 7
BEACH
A.B.   R. H. E.
Whitehouse, c    4       1 2 0
Jacks, 3b             10 0 0
Ferguson, p        4       0 0 0
Allan, 2b             4       111
Bartmann, lb     4       0 1 1
Shields, ss          3       0 0 1
Chenoski, If        3       0 0 0
Kelly, cf   .          3      0 10
Hardy, rf            3       0 0 0
Musser, 3b         3      2 3 0
Local School Promotions
Following are the pupils who
wrote the Government examinations at Alice Arm and Anyox for
entrance class and High Sohool
grades, and who were promoted:
ALICE   ARM
Entrance  Class—Leah Kergin,
400 marks.
Grade 9—Alma Evindsen,  passed with supplemental.
Grade 10—Ellen Anderson, passed with supplementals.
ANYOX
Entrance Class—Jean Tanipkiu,
489 marks.
Grade   12—Amy    MacDonald,
Bob Nelson, Beryl Owen,
High Temperatures Recorded
This Week
The weather throughout the district this week has been ideally
summerlike. Brillant sunshine has
prevailed most of the time and high
temperatures have been recorded,
On Monday 77 degrees was recorded at Alice Arm, on Tuesday 84,
and Wednesday 77. Tuesday was
the hottest day for two years unless
yesterday slightly exceeded it.
The beautiful weather has been
greatly appreciated by Anyox visitors at Alice Arm, and there are
many from the smelter town who
are spending their vacation here
this year.
Be Careful With Fire During
Dry Weather
Be careful with fire during the
present hot weather. A carelessly
thrown lighted match, cigarette or
cigar butt may start a conflagation
that will have serious consequences. This warning is especially
applicable to Anyox and vicinity
where everything is exceptionally
dry due to the barren nature of the
ground. The least spark is liable
to cause a fire that may develop
into a catastrophe.
The Herald received a letter
from Mr. H. W. M. Rolston of
Stewart this week relative to the
article we published in our issue of
July 21st. regarding his activities
in Anyox during his visit last
inonth. As Mr. Rolston did not
state that he wished us to publish
the letter we have refrained from
doing so, but we will be happy to
do so if desired.
In the Ladies' Golf Club Hidden
Hole tournament, played on Tuesday the 25th. Mrs. Sheen proved
the victor over the 18-hole, and
Mis. Cody the winner of the 9-hole.
Miss A. Jones left on Friday for
her home iu Skidegate.
Mrs. E. Webster and ohild arrived on Friday from Prinoe
Rupert.
John Oxley left on Friday for
Prince Rupert.
T. Watson left on Friday for a
visit to Prince Rupert.     ,
Don. Macleod left on Friday for
a holiday visit to Vancouver.
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J. Code returned on Monday
from a holiday visit to the south.
T. Waddell returned on Monday
from a trip to Vancouver.
Mrs. R. McMillan and daughter
arrived on Monday for a holiday
visit.
J. A. D. Stewart returned on
Monday from a trip to the south
Mrs. J. M. Dunn and family who
have been residents of Anyox for
many years, left on Monday for
Vancouver.
D. M. Ritchie left on Monday for
Prince Rupert,
Mrs. Cannon and two children
arrived on Monday from Vancouver.
Mrs. Scott and Mrs. J. Boyd and
baby arrived ou Friday from
Prince Rupert.
Mrs. A. McLean returned on
Friday from a visit to Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. C, Brehaut arrived
on Friday from Vancouver.
Miss E. Graves returned on Friday from holidays spent in the
south.
David Deane returned on Friday
from a visit to Vancouver.
Dr. Gordon James returned on
Friday from a visit to the south.
Mr. V. Bell and Miss M A. Bell
left on Friday for their home in
Scotland.
T. Cloke left on Friday for a visit
to Prince Rupert.
J. Lawrence left on Friday for
Princeton.
Mrs. Orval Kenny left on Friday
for a visit to Prince Rupert.
■ ■ ■. An Ice Box Cake
that will be the envy of
your guests
The next time you want to serve a dessert that will be a success
with everybody try this recipe lor Chocolate Ice Box Cake.
3 squares unsweetened chocolate,
broken in small pieces
\i cup granulated sugar
ii cup boiling water
1 cup St. Charles Milk
5 egg yolks
l/i cup butter
1 cup confectioners' sugar
\Yl teaspoons vanilla
5 egg whites, stiffly beaten
2 dozen lady fingers
Whipped cream
Developing, Printing and Enlarging. All work returned on
following boat. Wrathall's Photo
Finishing, Prince Rupert.
Put the chocolate and granulated sugar Into top of double boiler, add boiling
water, let stand over hot water until chocolate is melted. Bring the St. Charles
Milk to scalding point and blend with the chocolate mixture. Add the egg
yolks, one at a time, beating well after each yolk is added. Cook until the
mixture Is smooth and thick, Cool. Cream the butter and beat in the confectioners' sugar gradually. Stir into the chocolate mixture, add vanilla and
fold in the stiffly beaten egg whites. Line the sides and bottom of a spring cake
mold with the lady fingers. Cover the bottom layer with half the chocolate
filling, add another layer of lady fingers, cover with the remainder of the
chocolate filling, put in the ice box ancf let stand overnight. Unmold and serve
with a garnish of whipped cream.
This is only one of over a hundred delightful recipes contained in "The Good
Provider" Cook Book. Send your name and address to The Borden Co.
Limited, 50  Powell St., Vancouver, and a copy will be mailed to you.
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UNSWEETENED EVAPORATED    MILK
M. Anderson was an outgoing
passenger on Friday for a visit to
Cloverdale.
Alex. Crerar, who has been a
resident of Anyox for many years,
left ou Friday for a visit to Soot-
land. He will sail by the "Athen-
ia" from Montreal on August 4th.
for Glasgow.
Dr. and Mrs. D. R. Learoyd and
family left on Friday for a visit to
Viotoria and San Francisco.
Miss Romer arrived on Friday
on a visit to Mrs. D. Deane.
Fred Gibbs left on Friday for
Priuce Rupert, where he will receive special medical treatment.
The Rev. Father Champagne arrived on Friday from Prince Rupert-
Mrs. J. R. Duffy left on Friday
for Vancouver-
A good way to relieve the monotony of a job is to think of ways
of improving it.
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The "Riviera," a beautiful pattern in Johnson Bros.
English China, is now discontinued, and we are clearing
the line at big reductions.   Fill your china needs now
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NOTE THESE EXAMPLES:
Casseroles, regular $2.75 for $1.80
Meat Dishes, 12 inch., $1.45 for 95
Meat Dishes, 14 inch, $2.25 for $1.45
Gravy Boats, 90c. for 60
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