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A little paper
with all the
news and a big
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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$2.50 a Year
t Alice Arm and
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| all other points.
VOL. 11,   NO. 37
Alice Arm, B. C, Saturday, March 12, 1932
5 cents each.
Officers  Elected    For
Community League
A special meeting' of the newly
elected Council for 1932 was held
on March 4th, for the purpose of
electing the President, and also the
First and Second Vice-presidents.
A member of the Finance Committee
to act with the president was also
Members present were Messrs.
Allan, Cavers, Cleal, Dresser,
Faulkner, Field, Johnson and Kirby.
Mr. Manning, past-president, also
; attended.
Mr. Cavers and Mr. Dresser
were both nominated for president,
Mr. Dresser withdrawing his name
in favor of Mr. Cavers, who was
elected by acclamation. In handing over the office of president Mr.
Manning wished Mr. Cavers as
?reat a pleasure in the office as he
lad experienced during the past
hree terms. Mr. Cavers thanked
he Council for the honor they had
onferred upon him, and also Mr.
banning for his good wishes.
Mr. Dresser referred to Mr. Man-
Iling's splendid record as president,
ind the excellent work he had done
lr.   Manning had not missed one
I'single Council meeting nor Finance
Committee meeting in his three
consecutive years of service—an
almost unbeatable record.
Mr. Dresser was elected as first
[Vice-President, and Mr.   Faulkner
as second Vice-President.    For the
Finance   Committee,   Mr.  George
Allan was nominated and elected.
The first regular meeting1 of the
new Council was held on Wednesday March 9th., when chairmen of
the various departments of the
League were appointed as follows:
Membership, A. H. Kirby; Recreation, George Allan; Arts and
Crafts, D. M. Cleal; Forum, A. E.
Field; Entertainment, Ed. Johnson;
Building and House, F. B. Faulkner; Home and Service, F. Dresser.
The League will entertain the
visitors from Premier at the St.
Patrick's Dance, and will extend to
them the usual courtesies at ihe
Picture Shows, Pool Hall, etc.
Many matters were discussed
and an active season in League
matters is promised.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kronquist
and family, who have resided at the
Mine for a considerable time, left
on Wednesday for Vancouver,
where they will reside.
Celebrated Tlieir Silver
Wedding March 1st.
On March 1st, at their residence in Anyox, Mr. and Mrs.
William Findlay Barclay celebrated
the anniversary of their silver wedding, only the members of their own
family being present.
Mr. and Mrs Barclay were married at Thorniebank, near Glasgow,
Scotland, on March 1st., 1907.
There are six children: Ernest,
Jack, Stuart, May, Bessie, and
Lillian. Jack, who has been in
Toronto for almost three years, is
progressing well with his studies in
engineering and music.
Mr. and Mrs. Barclay moved to
Canada about two years after their
marriage, being in Toronto for ten
years, in Copper Cliff and Sudbury
for five years, and in Anyox since
that time.
They take a keen interest in
everything affecting the welfare
of the community, and are
greatly    respected   by   everyone.
•Their sons presented them with
a beautiful silver flower basket,
and their daughters with a silver
cake dish. Many friends have since
showered upon them congratulations and the best of good wishes.
Catholic  Ladies Will Hold
St. Patrick's Dance
The Catholic ladies are busy with
their arrangements for St. Patrick's
Day Dance, which promises to be
as big aud successful as ever. With
their usual thoroughness, the ladies
are leaving nothing undone to ensure an enjoyable evening for
An attractive feature will be a
display of dancing by some of the
pupils of Mrs. McRae. Miss
Agnes Kruzick will perform the
Irish Jig, and a spectacular dance
will be given by three girls. The
event will be held in the Elks' Hall.
Elks' Old Time Dance
Proves Tremendous
Can this be 1932? A casual
visitor to the Elks' Hall on Friday
the 4th., would have good reason to
think otherwise. He would have
seen a large crowd of people zealously following out the real old-
time dances. The graceful Valeta
Waltz, the dainty French Minuet,
the precise Military Two-step, the
hilarious Quadrilles were danced
with old-time keenness and grace.
Who could resist the Polka, the
Schottische, the Barn Dance?
The Petronella and the Lightsome Reel call for memory work as
well as skill, and these were put
through just as of old. A sprinkling of fox-trots and waltzes were
added for the sake of the modern
dancers present, Who thoroughly
enjoyed the colorful spectacle afforded by the dances of by-gone days.
The music was furnished by Sid.
Armstrong and his orchestra, Sid
being a past master on the old-time
tunes and tempos. Harry Hallcow
was the efficient maVter of ceremonies, and the dance committee provided a pie supper which was a
feature in itself. The Brother Bills
fully maintained their reputation of
never doing anything by halves,
and are considering the staging of
a similar event later on.
Tennis Club Will Hold Their
Annual Meeting
The Annual General Meeting of
the Anyox Tennis Club, will be
held in the Recreation Hall, on
Monday, March Hth. The financial statement will be presented,
and officers will be elected for the
ensuing year.
Other important business concerning arrangements for the coming season will be dealt with, and
all members are urgently requested
to be present.
Former   Resident    of
Alice Arm Passes
The death occurred at Prince
Rupert General Hospital on Saturday last of Joseph Anselme Morin,
known to many in Alice Arm,
Anyox and the north coast as Sam
Deceased spent many years at
Alice Arm, He also spent some
time at Anyox during 1914-15. He
left Alice Arm a few years ago for
Prince Rupert, where he has since
resided. During his residence at
Alice Arm he was a general favorite, always an optimist and a pleasant word for everyone, and his
large circle of friends will be sorry
to hear of his death.
Interment took place at Fairview
cemetery, Prince Rupert, on Tuesday, Rev. Father Webb, O. M. I.
Deceased was a native of the
province of Quebec, and was 55
years of age. He was unmarried,
and several relatives reside at
Athletic   Association   Hold
Card Party
A very enjoyable card party was
held at the Club House on Saturday evening. • It was held by the
Alice Arm Athletic Association
and was one of a series that has
been given every two weeks during
the winter months. Bridge was
played at every table.
Mrs. C. Ripley was the heavy
scorer for the ladies winning first
prize, and Mrs. J. Larsen secured
consolation. For the men, Mr. W.
B. Bower oarried off the championship, and Mr. W. M. Cummings
held the low score card.
Refreshments were served, which
terminated a pleasurable evening
for all those who enjoy testing
their bridge skill.
Tom Hadden Goes South For
Special Treatment
Thomas Hadden, who has been
employed at Anyox for the past
three years, has suffered a slight
nervous and mental breakdown.
He was taken to Vancouver on
Wednesday's boat, being a^r-om-
panied by his brother Henry.
Tom, who is of a very quiet and
retiring disposition, has many
friends in Anyox, who hope for his
speedy return to health.
Mr. Sam Jabour Will Award
Prizes For Essays
Mr. Sam Jabour, northern rep
resentative of the Sun Life Assurance Company, has donated three
prizes for the best written essays on
"Life Assurance and Savings."
These prizes are being competed by
the High School pupils of Anyox
and keen competition is being taken. Three prizes will be given:
$7.50, $5.00, $2.50. Awards will
be made as soon as the essays have
been completed, which will be some
time before Easter exams.
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Mr. C. J. Elgood, of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, returned
on Monday after a visit to Vancouver. Mr. M. N. Bamford, who
filled Mr. Elgood's position during
his vacation, returned to Vancouver on Monday.
Mr. J. McGregor left Anyox recently for Vancouver on an extended visit.
Advertise in the Herald
Steamship Schedule Will
Not Change Until
June 8th.
Vanoouver, March 5—Announcement is made today by G. A.
McNioholl, general Passenger
Agent, Canadian National Steamships, that the regular weekly
steamship service between Vancouver and Northern British
Columbia ports will be extended
until June 8th, when the regular
summer schedule will go into effect
Under the present service Ss Prince
George leaves Vancouver every
Monday evening at 8 o'clook aud
returns on Saturday afternoon
after making calls at Powell River
Ocean Falls, Prince Rupert, Stewart and Anyox.
When the summer sohedule goes
into effect on June 8th, three
steamers will go into service, Ss
Prince Rupert, will take the place
of Ss Prince Honry and operate a
weekly service from Vancouver to
Skagway and intermediate points.
Ss Priuce George and Ss Priuce
Rupert will operate ou a ten day
trip from Vancouver to Skagway
and return, with a regular round
trip from Vancouver to Anyox and
Stewart intervening.
Ss Prinoe Robert will leave
Vancouver every Thursday evening
returning the following Thursday
morning. Ss Prince Rupert or
Prinoe George will leave for Skng
way on Monday evenings and for
Prinoe Rupert, Stewart and Anyox
on Wednesday evenings.
The regular service of Ss Prince
John from Vancouver and Prince
Rupert to and from the Queen
Charlotte Islands will be continued.
The summer schedule will remain
in effect until August 29 when the
fall schedule will be inaugurated.
Badminton Club Plans   To
Entertain Premier Guests
At a meeting of the members of
the Badminton Club held on Tuesday the 8th., tentative arrangements
were made regardiug the proposed
visit of the team from Premier, who
are expected shortly. The Anyox
teams will be selected a little later
on." An Entertainment Committee
was formed for the purpose of looking after the Premier visitors, this
being composed of the following:
Mrs. Johnston, Miss. F. Dresser,
Mrs. Peters, Mrs. J. Smith, Mrs.
Gale and Mrs. Fricker.
Advertise in the Herald ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD, Saturday, March 12, 1932
Operating Costs Alaska
Juneau Ore 86c.
Per Ton
A discussion on the mining of
low grade gold ores as carried on
at the Treadwell and Juneau
properties at total operating costs
of 86 cents per ton was presented
recently by F. W. Bradley, president of the Bunker Hill and Sulli
van and of the Alaska Juneau
Mining Companies, to the Montreal branch of the Canadian Institute
of Mining and Metallurgy.
Operations at the Alaska Tread
well mine have taken place under
sea level, Mr. Bradley continued,
and during the past ten years,
8,000,000 tons of rock have been
taken out, with total operating
costs, including sinking of shafts
ami clearing of rooms, etc., of 8(1
cents per ton. The ore body was
710 feet in length with an average
width of 170 feet, and the above
amount covered all preparatory
During the past 10 years, the
speaker wont on, the average assay
was $2.60 per ton. Of this amount
$1 went to dividends, 10 cents to
treating concentrator and 11 cents
*n overhead costs. The total operating costs of 8,000,000 tons of ore
body was $1.31 6-10, the mining
end accounting for SR ""'its of this.
Will Open Fort Norman
Oil Wells
Port Churchill Open To
General Commerce
This Year
Winnipeg, Man., March 5 —
Churchill townsite will be opened
for settlement within the next few
months. Decision of the Manitoba
Government to throw the townsite
open in the summer of 1932 was
announced by Hon. Donald G
McKenzie, Minister of Mines and
Natural Resources, following con
firmabion at Ottawa that the port
of Churchill will be open to general
commerce next August. For the
federal Government, Hon. R. J-
Manion, Minister of Railways and
Canals, stated that Churchill would
be in a position this summer to
accept such commerce as was offered. Opening of the Hudson Bay
Railway through to its terminns at
Churchill will be a necessary part
of the arrangements to bring
Canada's new Hudson Bay port
into regular operation. Churchill
opened temporarily last September
when two shiploads of wheat trav
elled over the Canadian National
Railways to elevator facilities provided by the Dominion Government.
Imperial Oil Ltd. is sending
Ronald MoKiiinon to their well at
Fort Norman to examine the condition of the wells and existing
plant with a view to supplying
fuel oil and gasoline for mining
operations at Great Bear Lake,
300 miles east, according to A. M.
McQueen, vice-president.
The company is preparing to
meet the needs of the field, and
would rush up a small plant this
summer. It might be next year
before a large refining plant could
he operated.
Mr. KcKinnon. who spent two
or three years at the wells, and
who came out by dog team the last
time, will go in by plane this
Aviation gas, which is made
under stiff government specifioa
tions, could be produced at Norman if desired.
Snow Chases Deer From The
Vancouver, B.C., March 5—Passengers returning from northern
British Columbian ports on SS
Prince Rupert, report the sighting
of large numbers of deer. The
deer have been driven from higher
land by deep snow and are grazing
near the sea shore.
Over $3,000,000 Worth Of
Seeds Imported
There were imported into
Canada last ye&r to the value of
$3,375,000 of which British Col
umbia bought its share. The im
ports of timothy and red olover
seed ran into millions of pounds.
There were 59,000 pounds of onion
seed and 52,000 pounds of radish
seed with like quantities in lettuce
and similar vegetables brought in.
Everyone of the&e can be grown to
perfection in B.'C. with its varied
climates and ranges of altitude,
so that there is'an excellent open
ing for enterprise in this connection.
New York—Silver production in
the United States in January
dropped to the lowest point since
'Now" said the professor, "pass
all your papers to the end of the
row; have a carbon sheet under
each one, and I can correct all the
mistakes at once."
From Anyox for Stewart, Prince
Rupert,   Ocean   Falls.   Powell
River and Vancouver,
A.M. Thursdays.
Fortnightly  service  to  Queen
Charlotte Islands. Particulars
on request.
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays at 3.00 p.m. for
Edmonton, Winnipeg and
points East.
For information call or sprite
tocal agent or ,
H. McEWEN, D.F. & V.k.
Prince Ruport. D.C.
Despite a deoided drop from 1930
building permits in Vancouver last
year were reported to be the high
est of any oity in the Pacific Northwest. The year's total for
Vancouver amounted to $10,066,-
445. Seattle was second with $9,-
415,010; Portland third with
$5,791,830; Tacoma fourth with
Save Money!
Mai all your EASTER Cleaning and Dyeing to the
Cut Rate Cleaners and Dyers
1103 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, B.C.
Our  Drive  for 20,000 New  Mail  Order Customers.
We give this Extraordinary Special Offer:
Thoroughly Dry Cleaned and Pressed
Dyeing C0ATS
Any Color
Send Sample Shade if Possible
Every Order  Boxed.   Our system of Paoking assures the
arrival of your Garments in perfect shape.
All orders Returned same Day as received.
Special: This Ad. when sent in with your order is worth 25c.
Address your parcels to
Cut Rate Cleaners and Dyers,
1103 Commercial Drive,
Vancouver, B. C.
For Results Advertise in the Herald
Men's Work Boots
We are making a big reduction in our large stock of
Men's Work Boots. AU lines have been greatly
reduced. Those previously selling at $6.00 have
been reduced to $4.50. All other lines reduced in
proportion. These boots are of high grade quality
and will give good wear.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
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
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.
In 1930, among the Canadian  Provinces,
British Columbia was the leading producer
of Silver, Lead and Zinc.
In this Province, 45 per cent, of Canada's
silver, 97 per cent, of the lead, and 93 per
cent of the zinc were produced.
British Columbia has produced over $1,260,-
000,000 worth of mineral products.
About 200,000 square miles of unexplored
mineral bearing lands are open for prospecting.
Practically every mineral known to
be found on the Continent occurs
to some extent in British Columbia
A special report on placer mining in British Columbia
is available, and may be obtained, together with copies
of the Annual  Reports and Bulletins (one of which
contains a synopsis of the mining laws) upon
application to
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ALICE   ARM  AND   ANYOX  HERALD, Saturday, March 12,  1932
Overnight Bedroom Sleeping Cars Popular
reserve  bedroom  on
JT Canadian Pacific 11.59 p.m.
train for Toronto," ia a common
call nowadays into the railway
offices by the travelling public.
The company reports a very
heavy demand of late for this
type of accommodation and this
has necessitated operation of
bedroom sleeping cars on the runs
between Montreal and Quebec,
Montreal and Toronto, Ottawa
and Toronto, Toronto and Detroit, and Montreal and Detroit.
Privacy, comfort and the last
word in convenience and luxury
are keynotes of this latest development in overnight travel by
Canadian Pacific as expressed in
these single and double bedroom
and compartment cars, which
represent the equivalent of the
finest of hotel accommodation.
They provide all the luxurious
appointments of individual private rooms with a real bed that
assures deep and refreshing sleep.
Each room has toilet, lavatory,
electric fan, overhead ventilator
with exhaust fan, reading lamp
and other conveniences, the
whole being decorated in restful
colors. In the double bedroom
cars an overhead bed may be
opened from the wall, if desired,
affording   additional   facilities.
Some further features of the
Bleeping cars may be enumerated,
which make the hours of sleep so
refreshingly delightful. Temperatures are controlled thermostatically throughout the
train; roller bearings assure
smoothness of motion; coil spring
mattresses invite restful slumber; heavily padded
carpeting harmonizes with interior arrangements,
creating a general soothing effect. Berths are wide
and long and unusually roomy. The service is
presented to travellers as a masterpiece of transportation luxury and comfort. It is the realization
of all those refinements of art and efficiency of
which travel equipment designers long nave
dreamed. From the inception of this new service it
has won increasing favor among travellers who
distinguish between good average service and perfection in travel. The word "moderne" has its fullest
and most inclusive expression in these cars.
In the women's dressing rooms attached to the
Bleeping cars there is real comfort and satisfaction.
The most fastidious woman will find facilities such
as she would expect to see in a first-class hotel.
Mirrored dressing table and other toilet accessories
provide maximum accommodation without overcrowding. Here are vanity chairs conveniently
placed, ample artificial and natural lights in softly
colored shades, spotlessly white lavatories with hot
and cold running water, specially dispensed soap
and a never-ending supply of clean linen. This
affords the requisite pendant to refreshing sleep—
perfect toilette.
The men are treated in like fashion. They too
have commodious dressing rooms where they can
foregather not only for the purpose of making their
toilets but also for an enjoyable smoke before
retiring or after they have slept. Their room is
perfectly lighted, well ventilated amply supplied
with lavatories of newest design and in decorations
harmonizes with the general finish and furnishing.
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
We will gladly  write your advertisement for
you,  if necessary, and display it to the best
possible advantage
Lay-out shows Cower picture) single bedroom
car and (above) double bedroom car. '
C. P. R. Traffic Appointments
T'hree important appointments in the freight traffic
department of the Canadian Pacific Railway have
been announced by George Stephen, newly appointed
vice-president in charge of traffic. They are C. E.
Jefferson, assistant freight traffic manager, western
lines, Winnipeg, (centre of layout), who comes to
Montreal as freight traffic manager; H. W. Gillis,
assistant freight traffic manager, eastern lines,
(right), who is appointed to western lines as assistant freight traffic manager; and Gerald Hiam, assistant general freight agent, Montreal, (left), who
becomes assistant freight traffic manager, eastern
line 3.
Mr. OKfpr^rn entered Canadian Pacific service in
1913 as percentage clerk in the freight tariff bureau,
Montreal, arid in 1015 was promoted assistant general
freight agent, Montreal. He became acting general
freight agent in 1921 and general freight agent,
Western line:', in 1022, a:iJ in 1927 he was appointed
assistant freight traffic manager, western lines,
present promotion brings him back east.
Mr. Gillis worked his way up in Canadian Pacific
service from call boy and messenger in 1905 through
the ranks of the freight department in Montreal.
From chief clerk in 1915 he was promoted to assistant
foreign freight agent in 1919, assistant general
freight agent in 1922 and assistant freight traffic
manager in 1926. He now goes west in the same
Mr. Hiam joined the Canadian Pacific Railway
in 1904 and after holding several positions in the
foreign traffic department, vice-president's office
and freight tariff bureau, Montreal, was appointed
travelling freight agent, Toronto, and district freight
agent, Fort William, in 1914. He went overseas to
the war in 1915 and in 1919 was appointed district
freight agent at Cleveland, 0.* He went to Saint
John as division freight agent in 1926 and was appointed assistant general freight agent at Montreal
in 1928.
The Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
Announce a Drastic Cut in
Prices of all Residential and
Business Lots at Alice Arm
Prices have been Slashed from $1000.00
to $200.00, and to as low as $25.00,
or at least a 75 per cent, reduction on all lots
Now is the time to secure a good Business
Lot or a Residential Site for a Summer
Prices of Individual Lots, terms and all other particulars may be obtained from E. Moss, Sole Agent,
P. 0. Box 8, Alice Arm, B. G.
—j ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD, Saturday.  March  12,  1932
Present estimates indjcate that
British Columbia produced values
of approximately $148,000,000 in
its four primary industries in 1932.
These estimates show; Agriculture,
$51,000,000; forestry, $45,000,000;
mining, $37,000,000; fisheries, $15,-
000,000. These lowered values
compared with 1930 are due not so
much to decrease ill quantity production as to lower prices.
Salesman (wiping the perspiration from his brow)—I m afraid
madam, we've shown you all our
stock of linoleums, but we could
get more from the factory.
Customer: Well, perhaps you
had better. You see, I want something of a neater pattern and quite
small. Just a little square for my
-T 1 T'L
.iere ana Inere
New Brunpwii'li will he selected
the   training   g j»nd   lor  the
ston liruins liti.ne-.  Club i.rior
th*- 193H N. H L. season About
pla\ers will fo into the hunting
>r;j s some tin.e around October
Autumn sowing of all grains in
Soviet Russia last year amounted
tn 96 •!()!),00(1 acres, representing a
(Iim rease ot 10.8 per cent from the
• official fall sowing programme
mapped out by the government,
according to a recent cable re-
ceiced bv the Canadian Department of Trade and Commerce.
Week-end trips, so popular last
j ear on Canadian Railway lines,
will ren ain in torce this year after
February 29, the date set for their
discontinuation. The Canadian
Passenger Association has reached
this decision under pressure of
public demand, Under this arrangement, round trip tickets
between any Canadian stations for
any week-end are offered by the
railways at the rate of one and a
quarter times the regular single
Two Alberta speed-skating records were smashed at the recent
Banff Winter Sports Carnival.
The 220 yards event was won by
A. E. Hardy, of Saskatoon, in 20
seconds flat, 4-5 seconds better
than the former Alberta record.
The Three mile event was also
taken by Hardy in 9 minutes and
2-5 seconds, being 23 and 3-5
seconds less than the former
Alberta record. Miss Margaret J,
Nicol, of Drumheller, was elected
Carnival Queen and will reign over
the Banff Winter Sports- Carnival
of 1933
Travellers in Canada at Eastertide will have the benelit of the
same ticket privileges as were
granted them at Christmas, according to a recent announcement
made by the Canadian Passenger
Association on behalf of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways. This concession
will be fare and a quarter for round
trip generally to the travelling
public, between Thursday. March
24 and Sunday, March 27 with
return available up to Tuesday,
March 29
Fifty-seven 10-year leases of
salmon and trout fishing rivers,
lakes and streams in New Brunswick will be put up to public
auction at the Parliament Bjilding
Frederieton, April 7 next, at upset
prices ranging between $25 per
annum and $12,000 per annum, is
the announcement of Hon L P. D.
Tilley, provincial Minister of
Lands and Mines. They represent
the pick of salmon (ishinu facilities
on this side of the American
At the close of a meeting of the
directors of the Canadian Pacific
held at Montreal, February 8,
President E. W. Beatty announced
that in order to help western
farmers over the present period of
depression the Company has offered to write-off interest on land
contracts for the year 1981. This
offer will be extended to the year
1932 on condition that the contract holder i ays his tuxes and one
full installment on his contract
this year. Further encouragement
in the form of a bonus will be given
to those who make payments on
account of arrears of interest, the
bonus to be in proportion to payment made: This should be of
great assistance to contract holders
on the Company's lands who have
suffered through depressed markets
or crop futures. (824)
Arthur Bower arrived on Monday
from Prince Rupert, and will spend
two weeks holiday with his parents
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bower.
Leo Paulcer left town on Monday. He will be absent for
some time and expects to spend
the coining summer in the northern interior.
J. A. McDiarmid was taken to
Anyox  Hospital on Saturday suffering from chest and lung trouble.
Latest reports state that he is slow
ly recovering.
A card party and dance will be
held at Alice Arm Hotel on Satur
day evening next March 19th. It
will be given by the Junior Sports
Club of the Alice Arm Sohool.
Cards will be played until 10 p.m.
after which dancing will be enjoyed. Refreshments will be served
and a silver collection taken for the
purpose of repairing the swings
and play grounds. Everybody
H   M.   SELFE
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
Advertise in the Herald
At the end
of the day....
Settled in a comfortable chair with pipe and paper,
there's only one thing more required for perfect
contentment a glass of BOHEMIAN LAGER!
No finer beer is brewed in Canada.  It's a British
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