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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
S2.50 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.75 to
all other points
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VOL. 11,   NO. 47
Alice Abm, B. ft, Saturday, Mat 21, 1932
5 cents each.
Notes on Anyox Community League
Activities
George Allan, the energetic and
hard-working chairman of the Sports
Committee, is busy with the job of
improving the ball ground. Oil is
being applied in an effort to bind
the slag and dirt, and to make a
good playing surface.
A sum of money has been granted for the purchase of boots for the
footballers.    Who can kick at that?
Good news from Bonanza! Bonanza always does things 100 per
cent. They have turned in sixteen
new members for the League, and
in return the Council will introduce
a number of new periodicals to the
:, Bonanza Reading Room.
The work of placing a railing at
the side of the pipline walk for a
distance of approximately 300 feet
just beyond the Coke Plant has
been started.    Visitors to Elk Beach
' especially women and children—
Ijwill appreciate this safety measure.
/From this point onward the dirt
trail will be used instead of the
pipe line. The trail will be clearly
defined all the way to the beach.
Mr. Ed. Ashton will supervise the
improving of this trail
An important thing to note is
that although this precaution as to
the safety of the pipe-line walk is
being taken, those using the walk
do so at their own risk. The Granby officials wish this to be clearly
understood. The same proviso applies to the walk through the Coke
Plant. Everyone should use the
utmost care in making use of these
privileges. Smokers should also
note that smoking anywhere in the
vicinity of the Coke Plant is absolutely prohibited, and great care
should be exercised elsewhere in
throwing away matches, cigarette
butts, etc. Let all co-operate with
those who are striving to practice
safety.
A little later on two dressing
shelters will be erected at the beach.
The Mine Council have granted
a sum of money for enlarging and
improving the play and practice
ground near the surface office.
Breaks Arm While Working
At Mine
Tilmer M. Waterland, of the
Hidden Creek Mine, is in the Anyox
Hospital suffering from a broken
arm. While following his occupation
as a barman at the mine a large
piece of rock came away unexpectedly, causing the accident. He is
progressing favorably.
Real Entertainment Is
Promised At Scout
Concert
"Got your ticket for the Scout
Concert?" Thus the boys of Anyox
these days, whenever they see a
"prospect." They take a real interest because the proceeds of the
concert, which takes place on Friday the 27th, in the Recreation Hall
will go to their general fund.
Mr. W. F. Eve and Scoutmaster
R. Gale, who comprise the committee for the concert, are doing
their best to make the concert a real
outstanding event, and from the
splendid items to be given there
will be no question on this score.
The Anyox Amateur Orchestra,
under the leadership of Mr. ]. Peel
will give several fine selections,
such as "The Gondoliers," and "No
Nonnette." Mesdames Pynn and
Doelle will give a piano duet; Mrs.
McRae's Dance Pupils will give
some artistic numbers: Mr. S. W.
Barclay will recite. Songs will be
given by Mrs. Pinckney and W. F
Eve; The Dance Pupils of Mr. H.
G. Laurie will present some Scotch
favorites; the Scouts and their patrol
leaders, assisted by Jack Buntain,
will give a humorous sketch. Ross
Oatman will render a cornet solo,
Sid Armstrong will give a violin solo
and as a grand finale the Scouts will
present a special camp-fire scene.
It will be splendid entertainment
from start to finish.
Quarterly   Report   of
Granby Co. Shows
Loss of $220,081
The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting & Power Co. Ltd. for
the quarter ended March 31 last
showed a net loss of $220,081 after
depreciation and depletion. In the
first quarter of last year the com
pany reported net earnings of $170,
078 after expenses and inventory
writedowns but before deprecia
tion and depletion, which compares
with net earnings of $97,577.for the
first quarter of this year. The report
for the first quarter of this year
points out that depreciation and depletion charges of $317,659, for
which there was no cash outlay, amounted to approximately 22 cents
per share on the stock outstanding
at the end of the quarter.
Sports and First Aid Contests
For Empire Day
Given fine weather on Tuesday,
the public will have the opportunity
of witnessing some popular outdoor
sports, also an interesting First Aid
contest between several teams representing the Mine and the Beach.
At 2:30 there will be a baseball
game; at 3:30 the First Aid Competitions; and at 6:15 the first football
game of the season. This will be
between the Celts and the Mine.
Football promises to be just as interesting this year as last, and it is
expected that there will be a large
turnout of fans to witness the preliminary clash.
H. Cathro Wins Golf
Tournament
A great deal of interest was
shown in the golf tournament which
was held on Sunday last, when 36
players competed. This was a
"match play against par," that is,
the winner is the player who beats
par the greatest number of holes.
Hany Cathro turned in the winning
card, his record being two up on
par. The runners-up were Jack
McConnachie and Dan McKenzie,
who were both one down on par.
At this tournament the winner of
the Lovested Cup for the month
was also decided, two players tieing
for this. They were Harry Cathro
and Dan McKenzie, and these top-
score men will play off at an early
date.
On May 24th (Empire Day) there
will be an important tournament for
men. Full details of this will be
announced later.
Amateur Golf Champion
Of British Columbia
Visits Anyox
Mr. H. Brynjolson, of Victoria,
who is the representative of the Imperial Tobacco Company, arrived
in Anyox on Monday last and stayed over until Wednesday.
Mr. Brynjolson holds the title of
Amateur Golf Champion of British
Columbia, and was the centre of
interest for Anyox golfers during
his visit. Playing over the local
course on Tuesday with Dr. James
and Sid Peters, the champion found
the first two or three greens a
little strange and difficult, but from
then on he grew accustomed to the
conditions and displayed some excellent golf to the large field of
enthusiasts who watched the play.
In the Best Ball Foursome played
on Wednesday evening between
H. Brynjolson and Sid Peters
against M. J. Sheen and Jack
Moffatt, in which the latter pair
were conceded a stroke a hole on
their best ball, Sheen and Moffatt
won by one up over nine holes.
Peters was unfortunate enough to
miss a short putt on the last green
to halve the 9th. hole. In a private match over nine holes between
Brynjolson and Peters, the latter
won by one up. The golf fans who
followed the games were treated to
a nice exhibition of golfing.
Mr. Brynjolson will be one of the
competitors for the amateur golf
championship of B. C, which will
be held in the early part of June.
He will probably pay another visit
to Anyox in the near future.
Alice Arm Tennis Club
Hold Their Annual
Meeting
The annual general meeting of
the Alice Arm Tennis Club was held
on Friday evening at the Club
House, when a large number of
members were present.
Officers elected for the present
jear were: President, A. D. Yorke;
Vice-President, Ted Kergin; Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. H F. Kergin.
Grounds committee, Mrs. O. Evindsen, T. W. Falconer, G. Anderson.
Auditors, Mrs. O. Evindsen and T.
W. Falconer.
Owing to the local depressed state
of the mining industry, which
affects the entire population, it was
decided to reduce the membership
fees to as low a figure as possible.
The fee this year is $1.00 for both
adults and children. All those
using the court are requested to pay
their membership fee as early as
possible.
Copies of the general rules and
also rules governing the hours of
play for adults and children have
been posted at the court, and will
be strictly adhered to.
Will Hold Tennis Tournament
On Sunday May 22nd, the A.C.L.
Tennis Club will hold a Mixed Doubles Tournament to mark the official
opening of the season. Many members are already practising steadily,
and it is expected that there will be
a large turn-out for the opening
event of the season.
Football  Executive  Starts
Ball Rolling
On Tuesday, May 17th, the executive of the Football Association
met in the new Community League
Board Room. President J. Donaldson was in the chair.
Arrangements were made to start
the football season on May 24th.
with a match between the Celts and
the Mine. The next game will be
played on Thursday the 26th.
betmeen the Celts and the Rangers.
The latter team embodies several of
the younger players, who are supported by some experienced footballers, who will guide them in their
practice and training.
Oddfellows Will Hold Empire
Day Dance
The annual Empire Day Dance,
one of the most popular of the social
functions of Anyox, will be held in
the Gymnasium on Monday the 23rd,
under  the auspices of the I.O.O.F.
The energetic committee in charge
are doing everything possible to
make the evening enjoyable. T.
Stretton's Merrymakers' Orchestra
will supply the music. An enjoyable supper will be provided. The
dance will commence at 9 and continue until the mysterious hour of?
so what more could be wished? A
large turn-out and an enjoyable
evening is being anticipated.
J. J. Miller Leaves Anyox
After Many Years Residence
After a residence in Anyox of
nearly nineteen years, Mr.- John J.
Miller left on Wednesday for Kamloops, where he will enter the Provincial home. Mr. Miller is a well
known and highly respected resident of the smelter town. He has
worked in many departments of the
plant, and was at one time very
active in social and musical events
in the district. He is now seventy-
four years of age, and for some
little time past he has not been in
the best of health.
Mr. Miller is a charter member
of the Elks' Lodge, and on Tuesday
evening a number of his friends met
in the Lodge Room to do him honor
and wish him health and happiness
in his new surroundings at Kamloops. A large number of Brother
Bills were on the dock on Wednesday to bid him good-bye and to
wish him well.
Renew Your Free   Miner's
Licence Before May 31st.
Mining property owners, do not
forget that the date for renewals of
free miners licences expires on Tues
day, May 3ist.
Breaks Leg While Playing
While playing on the slope of the
hill near the residence of Mr J Vine
on Strawboss Alley, Henry F. Hilliard, small son of Mr. and Mrs. A.
H. Hilliard.slipped and broke his leg.
He is being taken care of at the Anyox Hospital. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HEBALD, Saturday, May 21,  1932
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
Alice Arm and Anyox $2.50 Yearly
Other Parts of Canada, $2.75
British Isles and United States, $3.00
Notices for Crown Grants - - $15.00
Land Notices ... - $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E, MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
The price of copper still remains at a ridiculously low price.
For several weeks it has been quoted at 5 3-4 cents per pound, and
last week, for a brief period, touched an historic low of 5 1-2 cents.
It is evident that curtailment of
production by the producers have
not yet succeeded in raising the
price. It seems as though it will
take a longer time than anticipated
before the price is affected by the
curtailment. That prices will rise
due to the curtailment policy now
in force is certain, as the higher
cost producers are inclined to further
curtail production or close entirely.
As more mines close and the output is lessened, prices are bound to
rise.
The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Co. Ltd.
are weathering the adverse winds
of low prices far better than was
imagined. The annual report of
the company for 1931 which we
published in our last issue, reveals
the fact that their financial difficulties could be a lot worse. The report for last year showed that operations were conducted at a loss; as
did also the report for 1930. But
on December 31 st, last, cash assets
on hand totalled $2,470,000, which
is equal to about $5.50 a share.
Operating at a loss, however, can
not be carried on indefinitely, and,
moreover, cash assets dwindle
when a steady drain is imposed on
them.
Speaking of "cash on hand."
If more people had provided themselves with a nest egg, when times
were good, instead of recklessly
spending their money, conditions
now would not be so bad as they
are, and not so many people would
be forced to exist on government
relief.
The word "government" mentioned above, also brings to mind
the fact that if the different governments throughout Canada had also
practiced a little economy during
Elks' Beach Is Now Ideal
Bathing Spot
Nature, plus willing hands that
have worked in clearing away logs
and bush, has made Elks' Beach a
desirable spot for picnicers. To
get there safely, and to be able to
disrobe and dress in privacy are
matters which will be attended to
at once.
At the high part of the pipe-line
walk just beyond the Coke Plant a
substantial railing will be placed,
and beyond this point a trail will be
made, apart from the pipe-line walk"
so everyone can travel in safety.
A dressing shelter and other conveniences are planned for the beach.
Visitors will note a big improvement round the beach through the
brush and debris being cleared
away This work was done by Ed.
Ashton last fall. There is no doubt
that this bathing beach will be visited by many people this summer, as
it is a really attractive little spot.
Victoria  Holds Record For
Ship Tonnage
According to figures compiled by
the Dominion Information Bureau,
Victoria was in 1931 visited by
more ships than any*other port in
the Dominion while Vancouver recorded the greatest shipping ton
age. Victoria received 4,997 ships
as against 4,709 for Vanoouver and
1,699 for Montreal. In tonnage
Vancouver was first with 12,321,
000; Victoria second with 9,382,000
Halifax third with 8,184,000, and
Montreal fourth with 7.237,000.
Victoria's record was probably due
to the number of ships calling on
their way to Vancouver, Seattle
aud Puget Sound ports.
Flin Flon Property Will Not
Close Down
No consideration has been given
by Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company Limited, to closing
down the property shareholders
were informed at the annual meet-
by R. H. Chaiiiiing, Jr., president,
The board  of directors was re
elected.
In answering questions, Mr,
Chaniiing stated that all the copper
on hand had been sold. Operat
ions were proceeding in the same
manner since the annual report
was issued, but he pointed out that
their income was lower owing to
the fact that the price of copper
was now 2l/i cents under last year's
average. The gold content in the
ore remains about the same.
British Columbia has long been a
heavy importer of agricultural and
Foodstuffs. Last year, however,
foreign imports of these commodit
ies fell from $5,139,000 in 1930 to
SI,807,000, so that British Columbia has become nearer to being a
self sustaining province than at
any time in the past 20 years-
Imports from other provinces also
fell from $14,296,000 in 1930 to
§11,612,000 in 1931.
Pre emptions In B. C. Show
Increase
The number of pre-emptions
issued in British Columbia in the
first three months of the present
°ear was 350 as against 200 for the
first quarter of 1931, or an increase
of 75 per cent. As these figures
cover the midwinter period they
represent the lowest activity.
During the spring and summer theiji
filings should greatly increase.
Report of Alaska Juneau Gold
Mining Company for February
shows surplus of $53,500. Total
ore milled, 318,490 tons; gross
value, 78.34 cents per ton. That
value is considerably less than the
averages for all of 1931.
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday ol
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
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.
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the last twelve years, our taxes at
the present time would not be so
high.
And in mentioning the word
"taxes" just what couldn't be said?
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V-lO-il*
Round Tn|> /rom
any fomt on 'Triangle
$40.85
HMSOSjA
For 600 miles you arc carried through
the river-smooth sea? of the famous Inside
Passage—a vacation trip all in itself.
You see the highest Canadian Rockies;
Jasper National Park, (world's largest); and
the picturesque totem-pole villages ot the
Skecn.i River Country ....
Why not plan a complete change ot
vacation scenes this summer? Folders from
your nearest trnvel agent, or—
11. McEwen, D. P. and P. A.
Prince Bupert, B. O.
Canadian National
Ofit.Xaiycjt Smbvaiijuitun. in cylnutiat-
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread, Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
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Established  1849
LAMB'S RUM
AGED, BLENDED AND
MATURED AT THE
LONDON DOCKS
"Lamb's  Fine Old Navy"
PROOF OVERPROOF
Old and Goodl
Ailc the Britiih Navy!
On sale ftt Liquor Vendors or direct from
Government Liquor Control Mail Order
Department, Victoria, B, C
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
Ladies' j Underwear
Our new stock of Lathes' Underwear has just arrived.
Included in the shipment is Rayon non-run Vests and
Bloomers in all the latest colors.   Also Silk Underwear
and Pyjamas, in all shades.
We have also received a new shipment of  Ladies' Silk
Hose, at prices ranging from 75c.  to $2.00 per pair.
AU latest shades.
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 stook to choose from
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T. W. FALCONER Alic.Arn
GENERAL MERCHANT
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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MINING IN BRITISH
COLUMBIA
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
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF
MINES, VICTORIA, B. C.
_ ALICE   ABM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD, Saturday, May 21,  1932
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GIRLS HAVE ROCKY RANCH CAMP
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younger generation. They took
part in last year's Trail Ride to
the Lain of the Hanging Glaciers
which is in the Lake Windermere
Ranch Camp far Girls.
T he Lake Windermere Bungalow
Camp which was the first of
its kind established in the Canadian Rockies' will this year be
transformed into a Ranch-Camp
for girls under the direction of
Miss Mary E. Cutler, of Minneapolis, and Dr. Harriett E. Cooke, of
Chicago, who have had considerable experience in the management
of such Camps and have selected
this as an ideal spot for girls de-
eiriiig an active outdoor life, com
bined with instruction in art. The
staff includes instructors in riding, swimming and camp-craft, in
addition to teachers of handicrafts
and painting, and the course will
include participation in the annual
four-day cross country ride of the
Trail Riders of the Canadian
Rockies. ' Both Miss Cutler and
Dr. Cooke have spent several summers in this region and are enthusiastic about the healthgiving
value of ranch-camp life in these
Alpine regions of Canada for the
district, and have engaged Walter
Nixon, the well-known hunter and
guide to supervise the trail riding
expedition which will form part of
the course in camp-craft for the
girls. The Hon. Randolph Bruce,
Lieutenant-Governor of British
Columbia, has his summer home
in the neighbourhood and is taking
a keen interest in the movement.
Young Yachtsmen to Meet at Yarmouth, N.S.
Young yachtsmen
from Canada, Newfoundland and the
United States will
gather at the Lakeside
Inn, Yarmouth, N.S.,
from July 6 to July 9,
1932, to compete for
the handsome silver
cup, presented by
H. R. H. the Prince
of Wales to the Royal
Nova Scotia Yacht
Squadron for competition between juniors
and won last season by
the Pleon Yacht Club,
of Marblehead, Mass,,
who are now defending
it against all comers.
Entries are restricted
to boys and girls between the ages of 12
and 18 and the craft
used are Marconi
tf/wi?.tt !W iC-Sd,fn, clMf'• W*l8S,* J?" {°r the Lakeside Inn and the Lakeside Yacht Club.
link?n . „„?ke Place on Milo Lake, adjoining the hotel, which is the Canadian Pacific Railway's latest
«r?<J?.5 tSSLC W ho8teIrles ?.cross Canada, and a record attendance of contestants and spectators is
hSSfflhofS fiift.ilr?re^ntatlv.e JJachtml? organizations of three countries. The pictures show the
Beautiful hotel, in its ideal setting; a typical yacht and the much-coveted cup, itself.
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
M
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The Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
LIMITED
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
Cottage
Prices of Individual Lots, terms and all other particulars may be obtained from E. Moss, Sole Agent,
P. O. Box 8, Alice Arm, B. C.
BUY NOW: WHEN THE
PRICES ARE LOW
For Results Advertise in the Herald ALICE   ARM   AND   ANTOX   HERALD, Saturday,  May 21,  1932
.. ALICE ARM NOTES   j
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Mr. Jones, of Silver Cily who has
been in ill health for some time, left
on Monday for the south.
M. Bernischke and Vickerson
Tensing, who have spent the winter
here, left on Monday for Barkerville
in the Caribou Country.
J. Nick, who has spent the winter
at Bowman Lakes spent a clay in
town during the week. He reports
three feet of snow at tlie lakes,
During- this spring a band of wolves
have killed several goats in the
locality.
Mr. and Mrs. McAuley arrived in
town on Thursday from Prince
Rupert on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Stephen. Mrs. McAuley is a
sister to Mr. Stephen. They are
travelling on their own launch.
Mrs, VV. B. Jennings extends a
cordial invitation to the ladies of
Alice Arm to an afternoon tea on
board the Anglican Church mission
launch "Northern Cross" during the
afternoon of Saturday, May 28th.
In preparation for another hard
winter, almost everyone have planted a vegetable garden this year.
The occasional warm sunny days
are already germinating the seeds,
and from present appearances a
bumper crop of vegetables will be
harvested.
A card party and dance will be
held this evening at the Alice
Arm Hotel. Cards will commence at 8:15, followed by a short
period of dancing. Refreshments
will be served and a silver collection taken. The affair is
being sponsored by the Alice Arm
Orchestra and a good time is assured.
A general meeting will be held at
the Club House on Saturday May
28th, at 8 p.m. for the purpose of
considering the advisability ol holding an exhibition of vegetables,
flowers, etc. during the coming fall.
If it is decided to hold an exhibition
again this year, officers will be elected for the coming year, and
arrangements made to enlarge the
exhibition as much as possible this
coming fall.
Mine
Council  Will   Foster
Every Sport
All Anyox sports will be fostered
and encouraged by the Mine Conn
oil of tho A. C. L. this summer.
Funds have been voted for softhai 1.
Improvements are to be made to
the Mine Golf grounds. The Council
will stand solidly behind the baseball team. Some upkeep work will
be done to the Mine playground.
The childrens' playground is receiving attention, with special care as
to the safety of the swings, etc.
The Council are also interested in
the proposed plans to improve the
walk and trail to Elks' Beach. The
Mine Football Team will receive
every possible support. The Cotin
oil has a busy season ahead, as the
Mine fully intends to keep up with
the Beach in every sport that is foi
lowed there.
"Hbllol Is this the City Bridge
Department?"
"'Yes.    What can we do for you?"
"How  many  points do you get
for a little slam?"
ANYOX NOTES      ]
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Mrs. Nels Olsen and her two
children left on Monday for a visit
to her home in Sweden. Mrs.
Olsen has resided in Anyox for the
past five years. Mr, Olsen accompanied his family as far as Prince
Rupert.
Mrs. A. H. Hilliard, accompanied
by her baby and son Henry, left on
Monday for a visit to Vancouver,
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Havala and
child left on Wednesday for a visit
to their home in Finland.
Mrs. David Thomas and her two
children arrived on Monday from
Port Albert, South Wales. "Dave"
and his family will make their home
at the Mine.
W. Gentleman, who has been on
an extended visit to Vancouver, returned on Monday.
D. Sorrenti returned on Monday
from Vancouver, to where he had
accompanied his wife and family on
the first part of their journey to
their home country.
Michael Hennessy, who has been
a resident of Anyox for the past
eighteen years, left on Wednesday's
boat for his home in Ireland, where
he will reside.
Mrs. J. Lazorek was an outgoing
passenger on Wednesday for Vancouver, where she will spend a two
months' holiday.
Charles Bocking, President ofthe
Granby Co. arrived on Wednesday
from Vancouver. He was accompanied by his secretary, J. White.
Mrs. John McMaster, mother of
Mr. J. A. McMaster, was an outgoing passenger on the "Prince
George" on Wednesday. Mrs.
Ml-Master left on the same boat
enroute to Vancouver.
Harry W. Birch, B. Benson,
T. McMeekin and William Brown
were visitors to Anyox from Prince
Rupert on Wednesday last. They
returned by the same boat.
Miss Marjory Cloke   Wins
Golf Tournament
The Ladies' Golf Club held an interesting tourney on Friday the
13th, this being an 18-hole medal
run. Twenty-one players competed,
Miss Marjory Cloke being the winner with a net score of 88, Mrs
Cutler was the runner-up with a net
of S9.
"TOUCHDOWN"
Tonight, May 21st.
With Richard Arlen, Peggy Shannon, Jack Oakie, Regis Toomey,
and Charles Starrett.
Thrills abound in "Touchdown"
—the first football story ever turned out by Hollywood without the
use of the conventional Dick Merri-
well finish. Touchdown is grand
and glorious entertainment—a
sumptuous dish for the football film
fan—a feast of life and action for
everybody. It is a story about
football life as it affects three types
of persons—the business man who
supports the team; the coach who
jets a high salary to win games;
md the young athletes who play the
game. Women find a new kind of
heroine in Peggy Shannon as the
football coach's sweetheart. It is
a great thrill-picture that you should
not miss.
"The  Front Page"
Tuesday,   May  24th.
Adolphe Menjou, Pat O'Brien,
Mary Brian, E. E. Horton, and
others,
"The Front Page" is the greatest newspaper story ever made. It
has made a hit all over the country.
A United States picture, it is full of
human appeal, humor and pathos.
There is a particularly tense scene
in which the prisoner escapes and
goes into the press room when the
hero is the only one there. He
overpowers the prisoner, hides him
in a roll-top desk, and endeavors to
get a scoop for his paper. The
humor of the picture is supplied by
the reporters, and the dialogue is
quite clear. You'll enjoy this
splendid story. Don't miss it
Tuesday!
FOR SALE
One English baby buggy in first
class condition, original price $35.00
will sell for $15.00. One baby cot
§5.00. One collapsible English
baby bed $3.00. One portable
gramophone with 30 records $2.00.
For further particulars apply Herald
Office, Alice Arm.
FOR  SALE
Building owned by the Alice Arm
Mining & Development Co. near
the Post Office. Building is 14 ft.
x 28 ft. with lean-to shed. All
good lumber. A real bargain for
S25.00 cash. Don't delay if you
want it.    Apply Herald Office.
RANCH  FOR  SALE
160-acre ranch in Naas Valley,
crown granted. Wagon road running through it. 100 acres of good
level bottom land very easily cleared.
Thirty acres heavy timber. Good
spring water on ranch. Will sell at
sacrifice; $500.00 caf'i or $250.00
for each half. Apply J. Hauber,
Alice Arm.
IHere and Ihere
F.xport3 of Canadian whor-t
duri.iji the month of Ma.rch totalled
R,S:?0 034 b: kUIs. of w'ich only
71 2S8 bushels were routed throui ll
United Etal03 Atlantic seaboard
Ijurts.
Canada's butter exports to the
Pri'isli Isles and otiier countries
mailed 10,680 000 pounds in 1931,
aa compared with only 1,180,400
pounds in ltf!)0,
Canada's bread and bakery product:! Industry showed production
to a value cf £7.3,594 894 during
1930, through 2 098 establishments
of which 1,071 are located in
Ontario and 863 in Quebec.
M?.rch wm the year's best
month, to date, for pi? iron production in Canada, with a total of
17,989 tons, at a rate of 680 tons
per day, as compared with 362
tons pur day in February and 332
in January.
W. G. Chester, dean of Canadian
railroad veterans, has just retired,
in Winnipeg, after 25 .years in the
service of the Canadian Pacific
Railway and another 25 with the
Brotherhood of Railway Conductors.
H   M.  SELFE
REGISTERED  OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Office:    Opposite Liquor Store
Woman Driver (to man in ditch:)
Sorry, I'm afraid it was my fault."
The Ditched: "Not at all, Madame, entirely mine, I could see you
coming two miles away and might
easily have turned up a side road."
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Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CummingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
3C3DC
SPRING SAILINGS
From Anyox for Stewart, Prince Rupert,
Ocean Falls, Powell River and Vancouver,
A.M. Thursdays.
Fortnightly service to Queen Charlotte
Islands. Particulars on request.
TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger   trains   leave   Prince   Rupert
Mondays.  Wednesdays and Fridays at
3.00 p.m. for Edmonton, Winnipeg and
points East
For m/orntdtion call or mitt local agent or
H. McEWEN, D.F. 6? P.A.
Prince Rupert. B.C.
The Man who needs
Life Insurance most
is tlie man who
cannot get it!
■ Ask any of the 400,000 men who
■ last year were "turned down" by
■ the life insurance companies when
they wanted insurance.
An accident, or a few days of illness often convert a good risk into
• rejected applicant.
The policy you can buy to-day
may not be obtainable next year.
■ii
Wise men are buying all the life insurance
they can while they are still insurable.
Three billions of insurance is carried by the
Sun Life on the lives of men who refuse to
take the chance of finding they ore ineligible
for insurance.... when they need it most.
The time to insure is NOW
Sun Life Assurance
Company of Canada
Hud Offleti MONTREAL
S. J. Jabour, Northern B. C. Representative
Prince Rupert, B. C.

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