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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
circulation
THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and j
| Anyox. $2.25 to j
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VOL. 13,   NO. 2
Alice Abm, B. C, Friday, July 14, 1933
5 oents eaoh.
Celts Win From Mine In
Last Minute Of
Game
Putting out a kindly hand to
stop showers and breezes, and even
bidding the sun to shine for a while
the weatherman gave the footballers a break on Monday last, when
the Celts and Mine met in a League
fixture. It was not until the last
minute of play that the issue was
decided, when Freddy Williams
found the net from olose in, this
being the only counter iu the game.
It was one of the best .and fastest
tussles of the season.
The Mine, unable to Held their
regular team through shift-work,
were helped by volunteer players,
and put up a splendid game against
tbe organized Celts. The fine
work of Martin, in goal for the
Mine, was a feature- One save in
particular—a fast, high shot whioh
looked to be a certainty—brought
the fans to their feet.
ln the second half, the Celts
pressed hard but could not find the
net, until the last minute of play,
a shot from Williams striking the
top bar and giving the goalie no
chance to save. The game was
capably handled by Ernie Webster.
The teams: Mine, Martin; Calderoni, Patrick; James, Home,
Ferguson; Donaldson, Buchanan,
Hampson, Phillips, Schaefer.
Celts: Fitzsimmons; Currie, Rigby;
J. Gillies, Williams, Murray; J.
Bell, J. Buntain, Davies, Johnston,
L. Gillies.
Ladies of Golf Club Are
Very Active
Undaunted' by weather conditions,
the ladies of the Golf Club pursue
their fixed schedule of competitions
and tournaments, and are deriving
health and enjoyment out of the
game. On Tuesday the 4th. a
Bogey Competition was held, Miss
Frances Dresser winning the 9-hole
contest, while Mrs. Wenerstrom
and Mrs. Sheen tied over the
18 hole route.
For the final of the First Flight
of the Open Championship, held
on the 4th. Mrs. Sheen won from
Miss Cloke 4 up and 3 to go.
CARD   OF  THANKS
The ladies of the committee for
the Farewell Dance held at the
Mine reoently for Victor Bell, wish
to extend their thanks to .the]
Granby Company, the Rovers, tlie
members of the orchestras, and all
others who so kindly and generously helped to make the dance a suo-
Public Responded Generously on Rose Day
Always in sympathy with the
splendid cause for whioh Rose Day
is held, the publio of Anyox bought
freely of the Roses offered on Dominion Day. The collections were
almost equal to those of last year,
which is most gratifying. The
roses are all made by orippled ohildren in England, and the money
raised (with the exception of 2%
for payment of the roses) is used
for child welfare work for siok aud
crippled children.
Rose Day is perpetuated in honor
of Queen Alexandra, and a wonderful amount of work is done each
year with the funds raised throughout the Dominion. The committee
of the I. 0. D. E. extend hearty
thanks to the people of Anyox aud
distriot for their splendid response
to this appeal.
Anyox Couple To Be Married
At Vancouver Today
A wedding that is of considerable
interest to many Anyox- people,
takes place in Vancouver this afternoon, when Miss Joan Pach and
Mr. Cecil Henry Brehaut, B. Sc,
will be united im marriage at St.
Thomas Church.
The contracting parties are well
known in Anyox. Miss Pach was
a member of the teaching staff of
the Granby Bay School last term,
and Mr. Brehaut has been on the
engineering staff at the Mine for
several years. The congratulations
and good wishes of.their numerous
Anyox friends are extended to them
on the occasion of their wedding.
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ALICE ARM NOTES  ]
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Mrs. A. McMaster and family
arrived on Saturday from Anyox
and will spend summer holidays
here.
Miss Juanita Falconer arrived on
Monday from Vancouver, and will
spend holidays here with her parents.
W. A. Eassie and A. Woodworth
who spent a week here adjusting
the cables on the suspension bridges,
left on Monday. •
Jack O'Hara, who has spent the
past two and a half months in the
Anyox General Hospital . arrived
home on Saturday. Despite his
advanced years and a serious illness
Jack is again able to walk around
and is gradually gaining in strength.
BIRTH AT ALICE ARM
Born to Mr. and Mrs, Wm.
Stephen at Alice Arm, on Monday,
July 10th. a son.
Annual Meeting of Alice
Arm School District
Held Saturday
The Annual Meeting of the Alice
Arm School district was held at the
School House on Saturday evening
last, when quite a number of ratepayers were present. O. Evindsen
was elected chairman.
The resignation of Miles Donald
as trustee, was read by the secretary, E. Moss.
Nominations for a trustee for a
three-year term, caused by the retirement of E. Moss, resulted in
W. Stephen being elected by acclamation.
Nominations for a trustee for a
one-year term, caused by the resignation of Miles Donald, resulted in
J. C. Studdy being elected by acclamation.
On nominations being called for
auditor, W. B. Bower was unanimously elected.
The reading of the Financial Report by the secretary for the past
year, showed a balance on hand at
the beginning of the year of
$204.78. Expenditures during the
year amounted to $825.90, leaving
a balance on hand at the end of the
year of $81.88.
Following the reading of the
estimates for the coming year it
was decided to fix the sum of
$700.00 for local assessment, this
being the same as last year.
A vote of thanks was tendered
the retiring trustees for the efficient
manner in which they had carried
out their duties.
The minutes of the meeting were
adopted as read.
The School Board now consists
of J. Graham, W. Stephen, J. C.
Studdy. At a meeting of the
Board held that same evening J.
Graham was elected chairman and
W. Stephen secretary for the ensuing year.
Meeting Tonight In The
Interest of Independent
Candidate
A Public Meeting will be held
at Anyox this evening for the purpose of arranging for tbe nomination of an Independent candidate
at the forthcoming election. The
names of H. Rolston of Ste wait,
T.W. Falconer and E. Moss of
Alice Arm have been mentioned as
possible candidates. The latter,
however, after careful consideration, has deoided to withdraw his
name as he would not have sufficient time at his disposal to conduct
an energetic campaign suoh as is
needed to ensure success.
Rain Upsets Anyox Sport
Schedules
Although footballers scorn a
little rain, and look upon mud with
contempt, the downpour last Thursday was a little too much even for
Anyox soccerites. Bathing suits
would have been more appropriate
than football togs. So under these
conditions the game scheduled be-
tween the Mine and Rangers was
cancelled. The fixture will be
picked up in the near future.
Similar conditions prevailed on
Friday, when the Colts and the
Cubs were to disport themselves
round the local diamond. The
players wisely sought shelter and
gave the depressing ball park a
wide berth. This fixture will be
played off at some future date.
Winners of  Stewart Raffle
Are Announced
At the raffle which was recently
held at Stewart, in aid of the
Stewart Legion Emergency Fund,
the first prize of 50 Premier Gold
Mine Shares was won by Dr. Vis-
burgh of Stewart. The second
prize of 100 Big Missouri shares
was won by G. Munroe of Premier.
The drawing took place before 300
people at the Dominion Day Dance
at Stewart on July 1st.    ...
A number of tickets on the raffle were sold in Anyox and Alioe
Arm.
Canon Rushbrook Will Hold
Services at Alice Arm
And Anyox
Canon W. F, Rushbrook, who is
in charge of Mission work on the
Northern Cross during the months
of July and August will arrive at
Alice Arm next Thursday July
20th. and hold Evening Service
the following day (Friday) at St.
Miohael's Church at 7.30 p.m.
On Saturday he will leave for
Anyox and will hold the usual services there on Sunday July 23rd.
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ANYOX NOTES
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson left
on Friday for a holiday visit to the
south.
Mrs- Arohie MoLean and son
Donald left on Friday for a visit
to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Davies and
child left on Friday for a holiday
visit to Vanoouver and Viotoria.
Mrs. R! Bosman arrived on Friday for a holiday visit to her brother, Mr. E. A. Hunter.
Continued on page 4
Local Lake  Examined
By Fisheries Inspector
Is Satisfactory
Mr. Angus Mclvor, Inspector of
Fisheries in the Naas River district,
arrived in town on Tuesday, accompanied by J. Trinder. The
following day Mr. Molvor made a
trip to the lake on the plateau,,
east of the town to investigate its
suitability as a trout spawning
lake. He was'accompanied on tbe
trip by A. D. York. On his return
he stated that he found the lake
very suitable for the placing of
trout spawn, but owing to the lateness of the season and scarcity of
spawn it would not be done until
next year.
In regard to fishing conditions
on the Naas River this year, Mr.
Molvor stated that the fishing was
muoh better than had been expected. Last week the average catch
per boat was 40 sockeye and a high
boat of 105. The price paid the
fishermen is 40 cents per fish, but
he has to pay for rent of nets aud
boat.
Mr. Molvor is not a stranger to
Alioe Arm. His first visit here
was in 1908 when the Government
Telegraph line was being constructed between Anyox and Terrace,
and during his conversation recalled many incidents that occurred
iu those early days among the
pioneers, a number of whom are
still living here.
Capacity  Crowd   Attended
Special Dance At Mine
A big crowd attended the dance
at the Mine on Friday the 7th.
held as a farewell function in honor
of Victor Bell. The energetic
committee in charge, left nothing
undone that would make the evening enjoyable, and their efforts
were in every way successful.
Three volunteer orchestras—Frank
Allen's, the Merrymakers, and
Harry Ward's—supplied the music
and kept the toes of the dancers
tingling till the home waltz was
played. The floor was excellent
and a delightful supper was served
through the courtesy of the Granby
Company.
A speoial feature of the evening
was the costume dancing by a
number of the pupils of Mr. Laurie.
These winsome lassies gave the
Highland Fling, Sword Dance,
Scotch Reel and Sheen Trews,
their grace and skill being greatly
appreciated.
Miss M. and Master H. Hilliard
left on Monday for a holiday visit
to Vanoouver. ALICE   ARM   AND ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday,
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 for Crown Grants ,- - .$15.00
Land Notices- - - - ,.$15.00
Transient Advertising, 50c. per inch
Contract Rates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
Howe Sound Co. Is In
Strong Financial
Position
From all sources covering the
North American continent news
dispatches state that business conditions are improving. More men
are continually being put to . work.
Higher prices for all commodities are being registered, and money
is more plentiful than a year ago.
Business is, however, a long way
behind normalcy, and we have not
yet left the depression period behind. A start towards better
times, however, have been made
and its ultimate success depends
entirely upon the co-operation of
the world's leading nations.
The United States have taken
the lead towards better times, but
it is being done by artificial methods. Time alone will show whether permanent results will be obtained, and the question at the present
time is doubtful.
Up to the present the World
Economic Conference has not attained any beneficial results. The
nations have failed to co-operate
one with another and mistrust
reigns in place of confidence.
Everyone apparently wishes to
benefit, and the end will be that if
this policy is continued no one will
benefit. If the conference dissolves
without any of the world's major
problems being solved, worse times
than have yet been are likely to
prevail. The world has evidently
not yet suffered enough to be repentant. A few more years of
suffering seems to be necessary, or
the possibility of a world revolution
threatened before the world's statesmen as a whole realize that concerted action must be taken.
! "My wife explored my pockets
last night.''
"What did she get?"
"About the same as any other
explorer—enough material for a
lecture."
Six political parties will have
candidates in the coming Provincial general election. They are:
the Tolmie Union Party, Bowser
Unionists, Liberals, Independents,
Labor, C. C. F. and perhaps a
seventh, the Municipal Party.
This is as great a conglomeration as
anyone has ever seen in any country at any time. Out of this
hodge-podge it is hoped that a
government will be formed. If
one party emerges from the conflict
with a clear majority over all other
parties it will be a miracle. If no
one gets a clear majority, then
other parties will have to be taken
in, perhaps one, perhaps two or
three and their demands will have
to be met, if a government is to be
formed. At the present time it
looks as though we will be in a
greater mess politically at the close
of the campaign than we were
before. The old two-party system
has been condemned by a large
Howe Sound, one of the few
base metal companies to continue
dividend payments throughout the
period of low metal prices, has ex
perienced considerable improvement
in the second quarter of 1933. The
company is in strong position with
approximately $3,000,000 in cash
and securities at their market value
and with no funded debt. Dividends are being paid at the quarter
ly rate of 10c. per share.
Profitable operation in second
quarter of 1933 is expected to be
shown owing to an increase of 50
per cent, in shipments of lead and
higher prices for both lead and silver. In the first quarter the loss
after depreciation was $125,000.
A profit after depreciation and all
charges is anticipated in the second
quarter. Zinc output is being kept
at about the same rate as in the
first quarter but the company has
made a contract for the sale of its
zinc output for the rest of the year
at the present rate of production.
Increased shipments ot lead and
zinc are coming from stock piles
but the company plans to increase
mine output at the Potosi mine at
Chihuahua later in the year if metal
prices hold or move higher. At
present the mine is working three
days a week.
Copper output at Britannia is
between 10% and 15% of normal.
The Howe Sound Co. operates
a lead-zinc mine in Mexico as well
as the Britannia copper mine.
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meett every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application lo club manager
July 14.  1933
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Anyox Community
League
Tbe Beach Conncil 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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Sherritt-Gordon Mine Closed
Last Month
Annual report of Sherritt Gordon Mines Ltd. for 1932 shows
results of operations for the first
half of that year, all operations
being closed down in June owing
to the low price of copper. Hal-
stead Lindsley, president, states
that the mine is in such shape
that it can be brought into pro
d notion at short notice.
During the first half of 1932,
9,929,182 lbs. of electrolytic copper
were produced at a cost of 6.195c.
per pound, after crediting 0.893c.
for gold and silver values.
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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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LAMB'S RUMS
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 published or displayed by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
May Be No Provincial Election Until November
There will be no provincial election before November, according to
H. D. Twigg, former Conservative
organizer, who states that the
voters list must be prepared and
no start has yet been made on it,
Think   before  you   speak,
whisper to yourself.
then
big numbers carry any weight, and
we were always taught that they
do, then the seven-party system
number of people as useless.   If] should be a glorious success.
CRAZY CRYSTALS
A NATURAL MINERAL WATER
PRODUCT
For all ailments:   Stomach  Trouble,
Neuritis, Rheumatism, Colds, Hrthritis.
Colitis
Is Now For Sale in Canada
$2.00 a Package— Postage Paid
One Package makes 15 gallons  of
Mineral Water at a cost of only 13c.
a gallon
CRAZY CRYSTALS WATER Co.
DISTRIBUTORS
850, Halting! St. Weit, Vancouver, B. C.
BUILDING LOTS
AUCE ARM
First-class  Business Lots at
$200   each,  and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now ii Ihe Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co..
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Summer Underwear
Men's Summer Underwear in "Not-a-Button style,
Combinations 75c. to 90c.
"Atlantic" brand, combination style, $1.40 per suit.
"Atlantic" NoS-Button  style, 95c. per suit.   Two-
piece Summer; Underwear, same brand, $1.60 per
suit.   All sizes in every brand and first-class quality.
Woolen Underwear in all weights in 2-piece suits,
j $1.00 to $1.40 per garment.
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 Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes  and   Buubers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stock to choose from
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL MERCHANT
Alice Arm
A. C. L. Libraries Are a Boon
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.
You may join at the Beach or Mine Libraries.
Beach or Mine Counters, or with the Secretary
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.
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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. rt
ALICE   ABM  AND  ANYOX  HERALD,  Iriday, July 14, It
Governor-General Visits Boys' Farm
The annual closing exercises of the Boys' Farm
and Training School at Shawbridge, Que., were
made memorable for the 150 boys of the institution recently when they 'were honored by the presence of the Earl of Bessborough, Governor-General
of Canada, who addressed the school and gave out
the prizes. Accompanied by B. W. Beatty, K.C.,
chairman and president of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, who is also president of the Boys' School,
and a number of directors and wellwishers of the
institution, His Excellency was the object of a
great ovation by the boys on the arrival of the
special train at the Farm. This Is shown ln top
photograph of the lay-out. Lower left, the Governor-General is shown shaking hands with Major
Ralph Willcoclc, D.S.O., superintendent of the
School, and at the right His Excellency 1b acknowledging the plaudits of the boys from the steps of
the special train, j It was the first time in the
25 years' existence of the School that a Governor-
General of Canada had taken part in the closing
exercises of the institution. His Excellency, addressing the School, stressed character as being of
vital importance to success ln life..
Canoe Trips in Canada
Lakes and Rivers Provide Numerous Attractions
Opportunities for an Enjoyable Vacation Almost Unlimited
J HE requirements for a successful and satisfactory trip
bv canoe; suitable water,
picturesque oountry and an
gellent summer climate,
can be found almost any-
lgW» In Canada, The innumerable lakes and riven make the
choice of trips almost unlimited.
One can travel for hundreds of miles
on any of the great riven, journeying from lake to lake and portaging
when rapids impede or heights intervene.    Having  decided upon  tlie
kind of trip to be made, whether
one requiring much effort and experience, or one quite free from
rapids and portages, the canoeist has
only to select his route.
Easy of Access
Although railways and the automobile have provided a means of
rapid transport, there are countless
places in the quiet of the forest,
out of reach of either. It is such
places, approachable only by canoe,
that invite the adventurer' to partake of the wonders of nature. The
railways and the development of
good roads have however made the
majority of canoe routes in Canada
easily accessible, and one need not
travel far from the majority of
Canadian cities before reaching the
embarking point of an enjoyable
trip.
Forest Beauty
In certain parts one may follow
the streams for a long summer
outing and never see a village or
dwelling, yet civilization lies so
close that return is easily possible.
Waterfalls, rapids large and small,
lakes of singular beauty hidden
deep in the forest, and islands
covered with pine and spruce trees
an among the interesting features
encountered en route. In some
places one may travel hundreds of
miles without meeting obstacles of
any kind.
There is a remarkable contrast between the conventionality of modern
life and the full naturalness of life
in the great forest, where one may
relax, amid tbe beauty of natural
surroundings. A strange appeal of
imagination comes to one while following the routes of the historic
explorers and eonteatment prevails
amid the constant change of beautiful scenery.
Fish and Game in Abundance
Canadian lakes and riven an
renowned for the variety and
abundance of their fish. Brook and
lake trout are numerous, the latter
often weighing from fifteen to thirty
pounds while other species of fish
are plentiful Eastern Canada is
well provided with waterways, well
suited to travel by canoe. Canal
systems, riven large and small,
rapids, falls, lakes, stillwaten and
all the requirements for an enjoyable
canoe trip, await the devotee of the
paddle. Whether it be a cruise
through a well settled region, or an
adventurous journey through the
wilderness, die canoeist will find an
almost unlimited number of lakes
and streams.
The waterways of western Canada,
in days gone by, assisted materially
in unveiling the mystery of the
great country between lake Superior
and the Pacific Ocean. Radiating
from lake Winnipeg, an routes of
romantic interest. Nestling among
the mountains of the coast sxe many
beautiful lakes, also streams that
wind through tie hills, where sport
for the angler and hunter may bs
found.
Free Information
The National Development Bureau
of the Department of the Interior
at Ottawa, has prepared a series of
four booklets entitled "Canoe Trips,"
copies of which may be bad by out
readers, free of charge.' The series
coven tbe Maritime Provinces, Quebec, Ontario and Western Canada.
Further detailed information is available to those who requin specific
data oa any particular trip.
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Anyox Representative—Mr. P. Powell,
Phone 262 ALICE  ABM   AND  ANYOX HBRALD,   Friday, July 14. 1933
Anyox Notes
Continued from Page 1
Miss 0. Koloaoff arrived on Fri
day for a holiday visit to her sister
Mrs. J. L. Stewart.
Miss Bretheur arrived on Friday
from the south.
Mrs. Osoar Olson left on Friday
for a holiday visit to Vanoouver.
Stuart Steele left on Friday for
a visit to Stewart.
Ernie Webster returned on Friday from a visit to Prinoe. Bupert.
C. Dobbie and Boy Clark returned on Friday from Terrace.
Mr. Naismith arrived on Friday
for a holiday visit to his daughter,
Mrs. A. H. Fee.
Mrs. D. B. Cormier and daughter
left on Monday for a visit to Vanoouver and Seattle.
Mrs. C. Beid and family, and
Mrs. Ed. Kitchen left on Monday
for a visit to Vancouver.
Mrs. Fred Watson and daughter
left on Monday for a visit to the
south.
Mrs. V. McRae and children left
ou Monday for a visit to Vancouver.
Miss C. Desjardins left on Monday for a visit to Terrace.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Schwoerer and
family left on Monday for a visit
to Vancouver.
Stan. Thomas left on Monday
for a visit to Vancouver.
B. Bobb left on Monday for a
visit to Vancouver.
Master B. Fricker arrived on
Monday for the summer vacation.
Mike Oranich, who has been a
resident of Anyox for several years
left on Friday for a visit to his
home in Jugo Slavia. He will be
absent about a year.
Canadian Silver Exports
China was a heavy purchaser of
silver bullion in May, 398,813
ounces being exported to that
country at the value of $121,274.
The United States got 284,758
ounces at $107,780 and British
India 29,261 ounces at $11,000.
The lowest gradient over the
Rocky Mountains is through Yel-
lowhead Pass, where on the westward journey, a maximum gradient
of less than six inches per 100 feet
has to be surmounted by trains of
the Canadian National Railways.
The height of land in the Pass is
but 3,717 feet above sea level, notwithstanding that the line passes
close to the base of Mount Robson,
12,972 feet in height, the highest
peak in the Canadian Rockies.
Wedding Guest: "This is your
fourth daughter to get married,
isn't it?"
MacTight: "Ay, and our confetti's getting awfu' gritty."
"What do you use to clean your
windows?"
"I've tried lots of things, but
find my husband the best."
Developing, Printing and Enlarging. All work returned on
following boat. Wrathall's Photo
Finishing, Prince Bupert.
for the mining of 125,000 tons of
coal, practically half of which will
go to the Canadian Pacific Bail-
way. Employment will be given
to 300 men working on half time,
or 150 men working full time.
POLITICAL PLATFORMS
(Ladysmith Chronicle)
Have you ever noticed the planks
of a political platform? Somehow,
ere they are brought into use they
have slipped off the platform, or, if
still there, are so rotten that they
are not of any value to the general
publio, and politicians dare not put
any weight upon them.
We notice that "planks in political platform" is the heading in
several dailies these days, henoe
our remarks anent same.
So far as we are able to judge,
looking baok over a period of
twenty-five years, the only use
that' political planks" have ever
been were to hold the party up
until the eleotion, and then, so
soon as the announcement was
made at the polls, the whole darned platform was shoved over, and
never once was it re-erected until
a few weeks previous to the next
provincial election. We fully expect to see the "No Patronage'1
plank produced again, with a host
of others of similar value—if you
are gullible to believe that old
stand-by you will swallow anything, hook, line and sinker.
Sell It!
If you have anything to
sell, try a Classified advertisement in the Herald.   Our rates are very
moderate.
Someone may need that
article you don't require.
A small Ad. may bring
lots of
$$$$$$$$
The World War cost $186,000,-
000,000, or 2% times all the money
in the world.
The cost of automobile tires and
their upkeep has been cut in half
in the last eight years.
Life goes along like a song for
those who do today what should
be done today.
Nobody makes good socially until he learns to look interested when
he's bored.
Never hog the centre of the floor
after your act is finished; quit
while they like youj there may be
other people present.
SUMMER TRAIN SERVICE
(Effective from June 18th)
Lv. Prince Rupert •
Lv. New Hazelton - - <
Lv. Smlthera
Lv. Burns Lake - - -
Lv. Vanderhoof - • -
Lv. Prince George - - <
Ar. Jasper
EASTBOUND
9.30 p.m,
6.2S a.m,
8.SS a.m.
1.02 p.m,
4.29 p.m,
8.00 p.m,
8.00 a.m.
Dinot connection! at Jaiper for all point* But and South.
WESTBOUND
Lv. Jasper ........    9.00 a.m.
Lv. Prince George - - - -   6.5S p.m.
Lv. Vanderhoof ■ • • > •   9.45 p.m.
Lv. Burns Lake - . - . - 12.53 a.m.
Lv. Smithers   ......   4.40 a.m.
Lv. New Hazelton ... -   6.2S a.m.
Ar. Prince Rupert ... -   2.1S p.m.*
'Connecting, effective from June 19th, with southbound
steamer Mondays 4.00 p.m. and Saturdays 7.00 p.m.
Phone or write local agent or
H. McEWEN, D.F. ft P.A., Prince Rupert
Wed. and Fri.
Thur. and Sat.
Thur. and Sat.
Thur. and Sat.
Thur. and Sat.
Thur. and Sat.
Fri. and Sun.
Sun. and Fri.
Sun. and Fri.
Sun. and Fri.
Mon. and Sat.
Mon. and Sat.
Mon. and Sat.
Mon. and Sat.
V-65-8S
Coal Mines at Fernie Will
Ro-open
Through arrangements with the
Dominion Government, conducted
by the Hon. H. H. Stevens, Minister of Trade and Commerce, the
Coal Creek operations at Fernie,
of the Crows Nest Pass Coal Company, will be started again after a
shut-down.   Orders in sight call
Canadian National
DRINK B.C.BUD FOR HE^lili
(«*
• B.C. BUD LAGER is a
natural brew from the
very choicest malt,
selected hops and tested
yeast. It is a pure,
healthful, invigorating
and delicious food and
beverage combined.
Drink a bottle of B.C.
Bud, to quench your
thirst, to soothe your
nerves, to nourish and
delight.
B.C. Bud is note obtainable at
Government Liquor Stores at a
new low price. Be certain to order
by brand name and do not accept
a substitute.
sis
A PRODUCT OF
COAST BREWERIES
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Also Brewers and Bottlers of
Old Milwaukee Lager - Silver Spring Lager - English Bitter Bepr
Burton Type Ale - XXXX Stout
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the
Government of British Columbia.
orz
Candies, Stationery, Proprietary
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Etc.
W. M. CUuimingS,   Agent for all Vancouver Daily Papers
Post Office Building, Alice Arm
OC
icnac
XX'
Hobberlin Suit Offer!
SPECIAL OFFER OF MEN'S   MADE-TO-
MEASURE SUITS!!
'XX
With every HOBBERLIN SUIT ordered during the month of July we will give an extra
pair of pants free!
Take advantage of this offer during the month
of July! The splendid value offered in HOBBERLIN SUITS is known from coast to coast
and we guarantee a perfect fit and full
satisfaction in your purchase.
Remember that the Granby Stores gives you
Every Service.   Order a Suit and be Convinced.
SUITS FROM $23.50 TO $35.00.
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
XXa
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THE HERALD, 2.00 A YEAR

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