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A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
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$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
all other points.
VOL. 12,   NO. 4
Alice Abm, B. C, Friday, June 24, 1932
5 cents each.
Dominion Day Will Be
Crammed Full Of
*    Sports Events
If anyone could squeeze an extra
sports event, into Dominion Day
they will out-guess the committee
who have charge, because from
early morning until Ketchikan is
licked at baseball, as the sun is sinking in the west, every minute will
be taken up.
The Elks, whose Annual Flag
and Field Day is this year being
combined, with the Community
League's Dominion Day Sports,
will dominate the situation until
noon. From about 9.30 they will
hold flat, needle and thread, three-
legged, egg and spoon, and sack
races for children of every age from
the time they can toddle.
After a breathing spell for everybody and time out for having a little
lunch the big events will start with
the  famous marathon race* at 1.15
(sharp.    At  1.30 a relay race, then
I the second game of the series of
■ baseball games between Anyox and
Ketchikan.     After this there is the
I running broad jump,  the 100 yd.
I sprint, the high jump, the 220 yds.
, open.     Then we wash off some of
| the dust,   have supper,   and get
back for the third and final game,
between Anyox and Ketch-em-if-you
can.
At 9 p.m. everyone who likes
dancing goes to the Gymnasium for
the Grand Wind-up of the Great
Day of the Year.
Old Employee of Granby Co.
Leaves Anyox
After a connection with the Granby
Company extending over a period
of twenty-seven years, Mr. John
Lee has left to take up his residence
in Vancouver. Mr. Lee was with
the Company in Phoenix, and has
seen many faces come and go, and
passed through many vicissitudes
and varied experiences, during his
term of service. He has had a
great deal of trouble with his right
foot, which was badly injured in an
accident in 1915.
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Popular Young Couple Will
Be Married July 8th.
The engagement is announced of
Miss Nancy Wylie Wilson and Mr.
Edward Kitchen, who have been
residents of Anyox for many years.
The wedding will take place on
Friday, July 8th. at Christ Church,
and will be followed by a reception
in the Elks' Hall. Great interest is
being taken in the event as the
contracting parties are well known
and highly respected.
Notes of Anyox Tennis
Clubs
On Sunday last the Hidden Creek
Tennis Club held a Mixed Doubles
Tournament, in which eleven
couples competed. The winners
were, Mr. R. Perkins (playing as a
lady) and Mr. C. Musser, the runners-up being Bud Gillies and Mrs.
E. C. Parsons.
The members of this Club have
an invitation to visit the Mine Club
and the latter will have a large
number of Flats' Tennis aspirants
to deal with some time in July.
The hill dwellers hope to turn the
tables on the players from the plains
at this meet.
A tournament was to have been
held on Sunday at the A. C. L.
Courts but languished from the lack
of entries. The baseball game held
that afternoon, may have accounted
for this.
Large Number Participated
In Golf Tournaments
A mixed two-ball foursome tournament on Sunday last drew thirty
three couples, and was won by Sid.
Peters and Miss Frances Dresser
with a score of 74 net. Mrs. Cutler
and Mr. Fricker were the runners-
up with a score of 79. Forthe extra men a Singles Tournament was
held, thirteen entries being torth-
•coming. This was won by W.
Cavalier. This was the biggest
tournament day so far this season,
and was thoroughly enjoyed by all
who participated.
Don't Forget to Buy a Rose
On July 1st.
. The whole of the proceeds from
the sale of these roses go towards
the funds for the Crippled Children's
Hospitals. This is a commendable
work, and is undertaken each year
by the ladies of the I. O. D. E.
The following ladies will handle the
work on Dominion Day, July 1st:
Mrs J. Cody, Mrs. V. S. McRae,
Mrs. D. C. Roy, Mrs. J. Wynne,
Mrs. F. Kydd, Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs.
C. O. Fricker, Miss Vera Eve, Miss
K. Eve, Mrs, J. McMillan, Mrs. J.
W. Lang (Mine),
ALICE ARM NOTES
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Mrs. S. Fraser and family left on
Monday's boat for the Naas Valley,
where they will reside. Mr, Fraser
also left on Monday for the Naas,
via the government telegraph trail,
He will, however, return and
spend the summer at Alice Arm.
Continued on page 4
Alice Arm Athletes Will
Compete July 1st.
Sports
Alice Arm track and field athletes
have been training during the past
month and at the present time are
turning in fair performances. The
distance road men, have been
making the best showings and they
should do well in these events in
Anyox on the 1st. of July. For the
4.1 mile road race Sodurlund for
the seniors has been clicking it off
in 24 minutes 30 seconds quite regularly. Others running in this race
are Gunn Fiva 25 min. 45 sec,
A. C. Ironside. 26 min. 4 sec, Ted
Kergin 26 min. 55 sec. Alice Arm
has produced a very promising
junior in the distance races, 15 year
old |ohn Studdy has been doing the
4 mile jog in better than 28 minutes.
The jumpers will be represented
by Inga Fiva who is doing 5 ft 3 in.
and can go higher when pressed
and by Ehrling Svarvars in the
broad jump who irregularly stretching out to 18 feet.'
It has been planned to send over
a mile relay teanij and the probable
membership will be Besner, Ironside, Wager and Falconer. However, Sodurlund will be pressing
these men for their positions.
Standing of Pupils Of
Alice Arm School
The Alice Arm public school closed on Monday. The early closing
was necessary on account of the
High School examinations which
commenced the following day.
This, however, did not seem to
cause much worry to the pupils,
who have before them over two
months of play,free from books and
study.
Following is a list of pupils in
order of merit, who passed into
higher grades at the end of the term;
Grade I-B to grade I-A, Marshall
Smith.
Grade I to grade II, 1 Julia Intermelia, 2 Arthur Moss, 3 Anna-
belle Intermelia.
Grade IV to grade V, Anna McGuire.
Grade VI to grade VII,   1 Joan
Trinder, 2 Hilda Moss.
Grade VII to grade VIII, 1 Leah
Kergin, 2 Marguerite Moss, 3 John
Studdy.
Those obtaining Honor Rolls
were as follows: General Proficiency, Leah Kergin; Regularity and
Punctuality, Joan Trinder; Deportment,  Arthur Moss.
Alma Evindsen will commence her
entrance class examinations next
Tuesday.
Owners of Radio sets can now
pay their licence fee much more conveniently than formerly. Licences
can be secured at local Post Offices.
Maple Bay Selected For
Camp Site
Saturday, July 2nd, will be a red-
letter day for the Boy Scouts of
Anyox, for in the forenoon of that
day they start out for a grand ten
day encampment. The spot selected is Maple Bay, where conditions
are ideal, and tbe boys will be conveyed thither on the Company's
boat "Granby". Every boy should
be fully outfitted in the matter of
clothing and bedding, and a list of
necessary articles is being forwarded to all the parents. Notification
should be sent to Scoutmaster Gale
as soon as possible as to those boys-
intending to make the trip. The
cost to the parents for each boy
will be six dollars.
Marko Tasovac Laid to Rest
On Saturday
The funeral of Marko Tasovac,
who passed away in the Anyox
General Hospital on June Hth, in
his 28th year, was held on Saturday
last from the Anglican Church.
In the absence of Mr. Brayfield
the service was conducted by Mr.
Pamplin. A large number of rela
tives and friends attended the
funeral, and there were many beautiful floral offerings.
Mrs. Dresser Is Recipient Of
Handsome Gift
On Wednesday the 15th. a number of friends of Mrs. Dresser met
at the home of Mrs. W. Windram,
when Mrs. Dresser was made the
recipient of a handsome silver sugar
and cream set and tray. A very
enjoyable social evening was spent.
Mrs. Wardrope Honored By
Ladies' Aid
Several members of the Ladies'
Aid of the United Church, paid a
surprise visit to the home of Mrs.
James Wardrope on Friday last and
presented her with a silver cake
dish as a memento of her long association with that body, and in
recognition of her work. As reported in another'column, Mrs.
Wardrope left Anyox on Monday
the 20th. for Scotland.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. M. Hajdukovich, uncle of
the late Iso Hajdukovich, who was
accidently killed at Bonanza recently and whose interment took place
on Sunday the 11th. wishes to
thank all those who attended the
funeral and those who sent floral
offerings. He especially desires to
thank Mr. and Mrs. Doelle for their
kind sympathy, their attendance at
the funeral, and their beautiful
floral remembrance.
Mine Defeat Beach In
Thrilling Ball Game
By 3-2 Score
It took nine innings for the Mine
to defeat the Beach on Sunday last
by a score of 3-2. This being a
lay-off day a good crowd turned out
to watch the game, and were rewarded by witnessing some excellent baseball.
It was a hectic battle all the way,
the game being finally decided in
the ninth inning, with a decision
against Musser for the Beach, who
reached first base safely, but who
had apparently started for second,
the base umpire judging him out.
An unfortunate accident occurred
to the first batsman to strike, which
was George Allan for the Mine.
George skipped for first but sprained his ankle just one step from the
sack and was taken to the hospital.
Batsmen struck out by Lazorek
were four, and by McColl four also.
The game was featured by two
double plays, both by the Beach.
The first was Musser to McColl to
Oatman and the second Musser to
Mattix to Hardy. Dick Manning
kept the score, Tom Jadro was first
base umpire and Bud Sheen handled
the game.
The teams were: Beach, Musser,
Dwyer, Oatman, McColl, Mattix,
Hardy, Buntain, Hopkinson, McDougall. Mine: G. Anderson, F.
Whitehouse, Chenoski, Hyhams,"
F. Anderson, Bartmann, J. Lazorek.
F. Calderoni, T. Calderoni.
Committee Selected To En-
tertain "Delhi"
The committee selected by the
.various bodies concerned to form
plans and make arrangements for
the reception and entertainment of
the officers and men of the Flagship
"Delhi", which will be in Anyox
waters on August 29th. 30th. and
31st. is as follows:
For the Granby Company, Mr.
W. R. Lindsay, (chairman;) I. O.
D. E. Mrs. C. O. Fricker; Community League, Mr. T. W. Cavers.
Further information regarding
the visit of the warship is expected
shortly, when the committee will
make definite plans.
Ketchikan Will Play Anyox
Three Games
Word has been received that the
Ketchikan All-star Baseball team
wh'ch will visit Anyox June 30th.
contains the pick of all the players
in that progressive Alaskan town.
A real treat in the way of good base
ball is in store for those who attend
the series of games, as Anyox has
many players of outstanding ability. ALICE   ABM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, June 24,  1932
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
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Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Friday next, July 1 st. is Dominion Day. Sixty-five years ago on
that day, in 1867 the foundation
of this vast Dominion was laid,
and real progress commenced.
The people of Anyox have made
elaborate plans for the celebrating
of the sixty-fifth anniversary of the
confederation of the provinces that
constitute the Doninion of Canada,
and it is our hope that fine weather
will prevail so that the celebration
can be successfully carried out and
everyone able to enjoy themselves.
In celebrating this annual event we
sometimes fail to grasp the full
meaning of confederation and all
the advantages it has brought us.
We are also prone to forget the
early struggles and adversities of
tbe founders of Confederation. It
was a hard, up-hill fight the promoters of Confederation were
forced to face, but eventually all
political differences were sunk for
the welfare of the country. On
May 22nd. 1867 a Royal Proclamation was issued, uniting the
provinces of Upper and Lower
Canada, Nova Scotia and New
Brunswick into one Dominion
under the name of Canada. Two
days later, Sir John MacDonald
commenced the formation of his
first ministry, and on July 1 st. the
Dominion started on its career.
One by one the other provinces
became linked up, Manitoba entered in 1870, British Columbia in
1871, Prince Edward Island in
1873 and Sackatchewan and Alberta in 1905. The foundations
of 1867 were solidly built. From
that time Canada has made steady
progress, pushing her frontiers first
west and then north. She is
standing the strain of the present
depression better than any country
in the world, and the Fathers of
Confederation may well be proud
of the fruits of their labors in
1867.
Celts Defeat Rangers In
Boisterous Weather
The boisterous weather which
had spoiled outdoor games in the
early part of the week, continued
until Thursday, when the Celts
and Rangers met in a League
fixture, Both sides were minus
some regulars, consequently the
game was not really representative,
Gawthorn as goalie for the Celts
was replaced by Geo. Hunter, who
did not, however, have a great deal
of work to do. Mikeli at the other
end was kept busy, and performed
like a veteran. Against theeount
ers soored he had no chance at all.
T. Buchanan got the first for the
Rangers with a good first time
shot. Buntain then scored twice
for the Celts.
In the second half Steve Peel
carried the ball past three men and
scored from close in, and later Buchanan made it two for the red
and white. The Rangers fought
hard to equalize the tally but the
defence was too sound. Jack Buntain and Steve Peel starred for the
Celts, while Freddy Williams and
Sid. Peters for the losers were
clever and untiring.
Bob. McMillan handled the game
very capably.
Mine Win Easily From
Beach Nine
How Canada came to be designated as a Dominion is not very
well known. The name, however,
was chosen as the result of a
chance reading of a passage in the
Church of England prayer book
by Sir Leonard Tilley. He was
in the habit of reading from the
Psalms every morning, and while
the selection of a term to apply to
Canada was under discussion in
1864, he happened to read the
seventy-second Psalm:
"His dominion shall be also
from one sea to the other and from
the flood to the world's end."
He suggested to the conference
that the tetm Dominion be selected, and it met with instant approv-
In the game on Wednesday the
loth, the Mine team turned the
tables on the Beach, landing a total
of ten runs off Hardy's southpaw
delivery against only two off
Lazorek. The game was never in
doubt from the first inning, when
the Mine batted all round I'or a
total of five runs. From then on
it was just a continual round of
pleasure and gaiety for the Mine
batters, who did plenty to boost
their batting averages.
The big fielding feature of the
game came in the third inning,
when Geo. Allan and T. Calderoni
pulled off a double play. The "Big
Noise" for the Beach was J. McColl
behind the ulate. Seven batters
were struok out by Lazorek
and three by Hardy. The teams
were: Beach, D. MoDonald, R.
Hardy, J. McColl, J. Kazoras, A.
K. Dwyer, F, Calderoni, \V.
Shields, H. Dresser, S. Steele, A.
McDougall. Mine; G. Anderson,
M. Chenoski, F. Brown, G. Allan,
T. Calderoni, S. H. Bartmann, F.
Whitehouse, N. Roberts, J,
Lazorek.
Stocks of Copper Increased
Last Year
The American Bureau of Metal
Statistics reports that world stocks
of refined and blister oopper at the
end of 1931 amounted to 763,588
tons, compared with 603,047 at the
end of the previous year.
World production of primary copper, it was stated, totalled 1,501,-
486 shott tons in 1931, against
1,749,598 tons during 1930. This
was the smallest production since
1993, when the total was 1,411,980
tons.
For the twelve months ending
Dec. 31,1931, deliveries of copper
aggregated 969,496 tons, as against
1,263,515 tons shipped during 1930.
Last year's shipments were the
lowest since 1922.
"Dear Teacher," wrote an indig.
nam mother, "you must not whack
my Tommy. He is a delicate child
and isn't used to it. At home we
never hit him except in self-defence."
It is interesting to note that
the new Canadian motto, which
translated, reads, "From sea to
sea," is also taken from the same
Psalm.
Canadian Copper Production
Is Falling
Canadian copper production in
April amounted to 22,077,843
pounds as compared with 23,662.
648 pounds in March and 27,845.
741 pounds in April, 1931;
according to a report issued by the
Dominion Bureau of Statistics.
Blister copper output totalled 19,-
391,827 pounds or 6.7 per cent,
below tbe March total of 20,741,-
894 pounds.
It is reported that the plan to curtail copper output to 20 per cent,
of capacity was put into effect on
April 1st and that from present in
dications world stocks are no long
er accumulating.
Canadian Nickel Production
Is High
Canada leads the world in nickel
production. The comparative statistics of 1930, tho latest year for
which all world figures are available, give: Canada 51,844 sheet
tons.New Caledonia 5,376, Norway
965,.India 952, total world production 59,360. Production was lower
in 1931.
Dolly was just home after her
first day at school. "Well, darling," asked her mother, "what did
they teach you?"
"Not much" replied thechild. "I've
got to go again."
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B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meet! 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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Anyox Community
League
The Beach Council meets on the
Second and Fourth Wednesday of each
month, in the Recreation Hall, at 7
p.m.
The Mine Council meets on the First
and Third Thursday of each month, in
the Mine Hall, at 7.30 p.m.
Advertise in the Herald
Men's Summer Wear
Men's Summer Sweaters in Silk and Wool, in all colors,
at prices ranging from $4.50 to $6 00.
Men's Silk Shirts, made from pure Chinese Silk,  in the
latest patterns, from $5.00 to $8.50.
Men's Felt Hats in all sizes and  shades,  from $3,00 to
$6.00 each.
Tweed Caps in various colors and sizes, $1.50 to $2.00
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LEW LUN  & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M,
L.
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes   and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
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T. W. FALCONER
Alice Arm
GENERAL MERCHANT
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THE LEAGUE IS
FOR YOU!!
League members benefit all ways, and especially as
patrons of the Picture Shows. Note these low prices to
Community League members and their families: Men,
one show a month at half-price. Ladies, all the time,
25c. on presentation of Membership Card. So join the
League and take an active interest in all its doings.
THE LEAGUE IS FOR
YOUR BENEFIT
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British Columbia
The Mineral Province of Canada
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,272,731,028
You are invited to apply to the Department
of Mines, Victoria, B. C. for the latest authoritative  information   regarding   mining
development in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. ALICE   ABM   AND   ANYOX   HEBALD, Friday. June 24.  1932
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Mr. and Mrs. F. Dresser
Celebrate Silver
Wedding
On June 10th. at their home in
Anyox, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Dresser celebrated their silver wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Dresser were married in Victoria, B.C. on June 12th.
1907, at the home of Mr. Dresser's
brother, Leonard, by the Rev. J.
Carson, Congregational Minister.
They resided in Victoria until 1919,
when they moved to Port Alice,
where they remained for four and a
half years, after which they came to
Anyox. They have thus been residents of the smelter town for a
period of about nine years. They
have six children: Frances Margaret, Clarence, Lillian and Mildred (who are twins) and Harold and
Robert.
The   activities   of   this    widely
known and highly respected family
are numerous.    Mr.  Dresser is a
musician in the community whose
place it would be difficult to fill. He
is   the   organist   at    the    United
Church, and also for the Masonic
and Elks'  Lodges.   Mrs.  Dresser
and Frances Margaret are active in
I Rebeka  Lodge _ circles,  the   latter
being one   of   the  officers.     The
twins, Mildred and Lillian, are so
much alike that their identity is a
conundrum to many  people   who
1 have known them for years.   They
are  well   known in sport circles,
chiefly   as   basketball   and   tennis
I players     of     outstanding   ability.
I Clarence is also an accomplished
hoopster.
Mr. and Mrs. Dresser have been
showered with congratulations by
their many friends, and at the celebration they were the recipients of
several beautiful gifts of silver. A
feature of the event was a mock
wedding, at which Mrs. James
Dunn was the groom and Mrs.
Kent the bride. Mrs. J. Grigg and
Mr. Grigg being respectively the
mother and father of the bride.
Mr. Fred Graham was the officiating minister, who refused to perform the ceremony until the
contracting parties had produced
evidence of having passed eugenic
examinations. We regret to record, however, that the heartless
bride deserted the groom immedi
ately after the ceremony. Songs
and musical selections were given,
and a very enjoyable evening was
spent.
The amateur play of lurid melodrama was in full swing at the
parish hall.
"The king is in 'is 'ouse," hissed
the villain.
A man in the front row started to
laugh and said in a loud voice,
"Did you hear him say 'ouse?"
The villain spun around and,
walking to the footlights, gave the
man a withering glance and said,
"Of course, I said 'ouse. D'yer
fink as 'ow a king would live in an
apartmentl"
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1 ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, June 24,  1932
Alice Arm Notes
Continued from Page 1
J. Trinder left on Monday for
Prince Rupert, and will spend the
present summer on fishery patrol
work at the Naas River.
N. Fraser left on Monday for
Prince Rupert, in order to attend
the annual general meeting of the
Esperanza Mines Ltd.
Miss. B. S. Elderkin arrived on
Saturday from Anyox, in order to
supervise the examination of tbe
high school pupils. Those sitting
for examinations are Miss Alice
Kergin and Ted Kergin.
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Mrs. C. Ekloff returned on Monday after a visit to her home in
England.
Mrs. C. P. Ashmore and son
Phillip left on Monday for a holiday
visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Brayfield returned
on Friday from Prince Rupert.
Mrs, Eveleen Arton, who has resided in Anyox for the past nine
months, left on Friday for Vancouver
Mr. and Mrs. James Wardrope,
and son James left on Monday for
Blantyre, Lanarkshire, Scotland,
where they will reside. Mr. and
Mrs. Wardrope have resided in
Anyox for five and a half years,
ANYOX NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cody and Mrs.
Campbell, mother of Mrs Cody, left
on , Friday for a holiday visit to
Vancouver.
Mrs. Thos. Evans left on Friday
for a holiday visit to Spokane.
Miss Nettie Thomson, of the
General Store staff, left on Friday
for a visit to Prince Rupert, returning on Monday.
Miss Pat Healey, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Healey, arrived
on Friday from. Seattle.
F. S. McNicholas returned on
Friday from Portland, Oregon.
Ed. Blundell returned on Friday
from a  holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Landry arrived
on Friday and left on Monday for
Prince Rupert.
R. Lavery who accompanied Mrs.
Lavery to Vancouver recently, returned on Monday.
J. F. Dandy, brother of Mr. J. C.
Dandy, arrived on Monday for a
holiday visit.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert. Low prices for good work.
All orders returned following mail.
Old Salt: "Well, I s'pose it's all
right; but wot I sez is—wots the
use of having a ocean if yer flies
over it?"
Golfer (to friends ahead): "Pardon, would you mind if I played
through. I've just heard my wife is
seriously ill."
A few years ago it was smart to
have a coat of tan. Now it's smart
to have a coat.
Customer
these eggs?"
Waitress:  Don't ask me
aid the table."
What's wrong with
I only
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
Alice Arm Tigers Trim
Wildcats Twice
On Sunday last the Tigers and
Wildcats again hooked up in a
rather spectacular ball game. The
Tigers emerged the winners after
stopping a rather determined Wildcat offence against their early lead.
Hatton was wild at the end of the
game, but his infield gave him the
required support. Anderson for
the Wildcats was not very steady,
but the advent of Kergin and
Bower in the infield gave the support that finally stopped the Tiger
march. Falconer for the Tigers
took things rather his own way
with the bat and was the only one
to star in that capacity.
Wildcats
Falconer, L., c.
Fiva, I. s.s.
Anderson, p.
Pearson, l.f.
Flint, 3b.
Trinder, 2b.
Fiva, s.s., c.f.
Bower, s.s. 2b.
Kergin, H. F.,
lb.
Tigers
Falconer, T. W. c.
Wager, lb.
Besner, 3b.
Svarvars, 2b.
Hatton, p.
Studdy, r.f.
Skirl, c.f,
York, s.s.
A.B.
9
7
7
5
6
4
6
4
3
51
A.B.
8
6
8
6
8
8
7
7
58
R.
2
3
2
0
4
0
0
4
2
17
R.
4
3
5
3
2
2
1
1
On Wednesday night the Tigers
again trimmed the Wildcats in no
uncertain style. The Tigers opened up with a strong offensive that
early netted them a good lead.
Ironside pitched steady ball for the
Tigers, but in the last inning his
support was not 'of the best.
Stephen, the Wildcat's new southpaw pitcher, pitched good ball, but
the Cat fielding was erratic and he
was not given a chance. Both
games were refereed by Wm. M.
Cummings.
Wildcats A.B.
Kergin, H. F. lb.       1
Bower, 3b. 4
Stephen, p. 3
Falconer, L. c. 4
Fiva, I., lb., r.f, 4
Flint, s.s. 4
Fiva, G. 2b. 4
Pearson, l.f. 4
Anderson, lb,, r.f.       3
Sodurlund, c.f, 3
Established   1849
LAMB'S RUM
AGED, BLENDED AND
MATURED AT THE
LONDON DOCKS
"Lamb's  Fine Old  Navy"
PROOF OVERPROOF
Old and Good!
Ask the British Navyl
On sale at Liquor Vendors or direct from
Government Liquor Control Mail Order
Department, Victoria, 11, C
This advertisement is not published  or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
When a recipe calls
for MILK
Use ST. CHARLES
Whenever a recipe calls for
milk it is a safe rule always to
use Borden'sSt. Charles Evaporated Milk. St. Charles is
economical, simple to use
and definitely imparts
an improved flavor
to your cook
ing.
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.
Commercial
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This nilvortiHuiifqiit is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Coiiiinl Hoard or hy the Govurnnielit of British Columbia',
Tigers
Falconer, T. W. c.
Ironside, p.
Hatton, 2b.
Wager, lb.
Besner, 3b.
Svarvars, r.f.
York, s.s.
Studdy, l.f.
Skirl, c.f.
10       3
A.B.    R,   H.
6      5      3
51     28
"Drink," said the Irish preacher,
"is the greatest curse of the country. It makes yer quarrel with yer
neighbours'. It makes yer shoot at
yer landlord; and it makes yer miss
him."
Onlymilk
that has been
subjected to the
highest tests for purity
and richness is good enough
lor acceptance in the St. Charles
plants. Packed underthemost sanitary conditions, St. Charles Milk
represents the best evaporated
milk you can buy—see that you
ask for it by name. ir.c/ii
^i|G(r®Rti;s
}.-i--&ri#r&K
: UNSWEETErrj£D:     EVAPORATED
High class printing ol all
descriptions promptly and
:   :  neatly executed   :   :
Pamphlets      Programmes
Posters   Letterheads
Envelopes    Billheads
Admission Tickets
Etc.   Etc.
♦ ♦
Prompt delivery on every
order
♦ •:• •:•
Herald Printing Office
Alice Arm
i
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
3C3C3C
3C
3n3C
3F=1
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for alt Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Olllee Building, Alice Arm
3C3DC
30
SUMMER SAILINGS
From Anyox for Stewart, Prince Rupert,
Ocean Falls, Powell River and Vancouver,
11.00 p.m. Fridays.
Fortnightly service to Queen Charlotte
Islands.   Particulars on request.
TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger  trains  leave  Prince  Rupert
Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at
12.30 p.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and
points East.
For in/ormatiim call or unite local agent or
H.McEWEN.D.F.tfP.A.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
V-'8-S»
Canadian National

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