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 A little paper
with all the
news and a big
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THE HERALD
!       Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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$2.00 a Year
Alice Arm and
Anyox. $2.25 to
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VOL. 12,   NO. 11
Alice Arm, B. C, Friday, August 12, 1932
5 oents each.
All Signs Point To Big
Successful Exhibition
This Year
The Alice Arm and Anyox Exhibition for this year, is off to a good
start. The date has been fixed for
Labor Day, Monday September 5th.
An exhibition hall has been secured
in Geo. W. Bruggy's spacious store
building. Committees have been
formed and details are being perfected to make it even better and
more attractive than last year.
According to present plans the
exhibition will be open to the public
at 1 or 1.30 p.m. During the afternoon sports of all kinds will be held,
also a baseball or softball game,
and the day's celebrations will terminate with a dance.
The best, finest and biggest vegetables, fruits, cut flowers, potted
plants, home grown canned goods,
home cooking etc. will be on exhibition, and judging from last year's
I displayj the exhibits will be among
the finest grown in the province.
It is expected  that several Anyox
I gardeners will make a bid for hon-
[ors this year, especially in the flow-
[er exhibits.
The officers in charge of arrange-
jments are: President, E. Moss;
Vice-President J. Trinder; Secretary, W. B. Bower; Exhibit Committee, J. Graham, W. M. Stephen;
• Sports Committee, H. Fowler, T.
W. Falconer, W. M. Cummings.
Following is a list of the varieties
for exhibition,  placed under their
respective headings, and giving the
quantity of each exhibit.    For fu-
* ture reference cut out this list.
VEGETABLES
Early potatoes 6, late potatoes 6,
beets 6, carrots 6, early cabbage 1,
late cabbage 1, cauliflower 1, broccoli 1, swede turnips 3, table turnips 6, parsnips 6, stringless butter beans 9, stringless green beans
9, scarlet runners 9, broad beans 9,
green peas 12, onions 6, garlic 6,
celery 3, early squash 1, late squash
1, vegetable marrow 1, pumpkin 1,
celery 3, rhubard 9, lettuce 1, tomatoes any quantity. General collection of vegetables. Any other
variety of vegetable not given
above can be exhibited.
FRUITS
Early apples 3, intermediate apples 3, late apples 3, plums any
variety, pears any variety, .cherries
any variety, raspberries, blackberries, loganberries.
Grain, any variety.
CUT FLOWERS AND
POTTED PLANTS
Sweet peas 12, roses 3, gladiolus
3, asters 6, dahalias 3 of one variety, carnations 3, marigolds 6,
phlox 3, bouquet of dried everlast-
First  Round   Played   Golf
Handicap Championship
In the first round for the Club
Handicap Championship, which
carries the handsome trophy presented by Mr. Charles Bocking.
J. Ion defeated R. 0. Cutler; D.
Macleod was beaten by Sid Armstrong, P. O'Neill won from F. S.
McNicholas, R. Oatman defeated
F. F. Brown, J. Dixon beat W.
Moffatt, S. Ellison succumbed to
M. J. Sheen, D. McKenzie defaulted
to F. Pearson, C. 0. Fricker beat
F. Person, H. E. Doelle won from
C. Harman, J. Moffatt beat J. Murdoch, W. Montgomery beat A. T.
Koenan, Geo. Lee was defeated by
W. Cavalier, J. M. Dunn defaulted
to Sid Peters, J. McColl beat H. L.
Patterson and F. C. O. Edwards
won from H. R. Taylor.
In the first flight for this Handicap, J. Taylor beat C. Cundill, W.
J. Johnston won from W. Adams,
and J. Grigg succumbed to J. A.
D. Stewart. The remaining competitors had a bye. In the first
round McRitchie won from J. Taylor, W. J. Johnston beat H. Lind-
gren, L. Wenerstrom beat H.
Cathro and M. Abel was defeated
by J. A. D. Stewart.
Sailors Will  Play  Football
Here August 19th.
During the visit to Anyox of H.
M. C. S. "Skeena" on August 19th.
there will be a football game between the famous team of that war
vessel and an Anyox All Star team.
This game has been specially arranged by the Anyox Football Association in conjunction with the
Community League, and football
lovers as .well as the public generally have 'a real treat in store. The
football team of the "Skeena" is
reputed to be a top notcher, and
the very best team possible will be
selected from the three teams now
playing in the Cup series here, so
that a great game is expected.
ing flowers, general collection of
cut flowers. General collection of
wild flowers by school children.
Any other variety not given above
can be exhibited.
Potted Plants, any variety.
Hanging baskets.
CANNED GOODS
Canned vegetables any variety.
Pickles, etc. Must be, grown
locally.
Canned fruits, all varieties, cultivated and wild. Must be grown
locally.
HOME COOKING
Bread and buns. Cakes and
cookies any variety.
A. H. Stewart left on Friday for
a holiday visit to Victoria.
Everyone Is Ready To
Receive H. M. S.
Delhi
H. M. S. Delhi, flagship of the
West Indies oruiser squadron, will
reach Anyox on Monday, August
29th. Her itinerary is as follows:
reaches Vancouver from Monterey,
Cal., Aug. 13th, leaves Aug. 22nd;
balls Powell River Aug. 22nd to
24th; Stewart August 26th, to
29th; Anyox 29th. to 31st; thence
to Esquimalt en route to Califorua,
then to Balboa in the Canal Zone,
after which she proceeds to Jamaica
and Bermuda, from which point
she started on her trip on July 2nd.
This grim grey oruiser, with true
British punctuality, will nose into
our harbour on the date scheduled,
and Anyox will surrender without
a shot being fired. This is going
to be a wonderful event for Anyox,
and the four hundred and sixty
officers and Jaok Tars will be
royally weloomed by Anyox people.
Golfers are anticipating some rare
golf; footballers' toes are tingling
to try conclusions' with the famous
"Delhi" teams; band and orchestra
men can hear in the distance the
strains of naval music The ladies
are looking forward to some won
derful dancing;' and everyone is
patiently waiting for the eventful
day.
Alice Arm Ladies Entertain
Anyox Visitors
In response to a public invitation
issued by a number of Alice Arm
ladies who were: Mesdames T. W.
Falconer, G. Anderson, W. M.
Cummings, J. Trinder and J. Wier,
to Anyox lady visitors and also
Alice Arm ladies, a large number
assembled at T. W. Falconer's hall
on Friday evening.
A very enjoyable evening was
spent playing bridge and whist.
There were six tables of the former
and four of the latter.
The prize winners at bridge were:
Ladies' first prize, Mrs. E. Moss;
Consolation, Mrs. Geo. Bailey.
At the whist tables Mrs. L. Pamplin
obtained high honors, and Mrs. P.
Loudon was awarded the low score
prize.
At the conclusion of cards much
merriment was caused when six
univited "lady" guests suddenly intruded. They were attired in the
latest fashion, but in spite of rouge,
lipstick, etc. they were eventually
recognized by their wives and
friends.
Refreshments terminated a very
pleasant evening.
Subscribe to the Herald
W. F. Eve's New Palatial
Cruiser Greatly Admired
What might be termed the flagship of the Anyox fleet of cruisers
and gas-boats was brought in on
Sunday morning last by the
"Mogul", this being Mr. W. F.
Eve's new double cabin bridge deck
cruiser.
This beautiful craft has excited
great interest and admiration for its
completeness and elaborate conveniences. It is 32^ ft. long,
with a beam of 11 ft. and 2}& ft.
draft. She has sleeping accommodation for seven persons, is electrically equipped, and also has a
"Rockgas" plant for the galley.
It is fitted with modern conveniences
and ample cupboards and lockers
for provisions, clothes, etc. The
galley has a gas range, sink, ice
box, china racks and cupboards.
Power is derived from a forty
h. p. model A. Ford Marine Engine,
with pilot house control. A 6-volt
electric gas pump, bilge pump etc.
The cruiser was built by the Boeing
Aircraft Co. of Canada, and is
completely new. Its name will be
"Kavema", and in due"time the
christening ceremony will be held."
Silver City Visitors Hosts To
Alice Arm Ladies
On Wednesday evening a large
number of Alice Arm ladies accepted
an invitation issued by the Anyox
lady visitors at Silver City to a
game of cards. The trip over and
return was made on the launch
Awake.
Bridge was played at five tables,
and whist at two. The prize winners were: First prize, Mrs. G.
Anderson; consolation, Miss Alice
Kergin. At the whist tables the
first prize was won by Mrs. Fetterly
and the consolation prize was
handed to Miss Alma Evindsen.   '
Mrs. T. W. Falconer was the
winner of the lucky prize, and she
caused much merriment ere the
numerous wrappings were disposed
of.
Following the card playing supper was served and the return trip
across the bay was made shortly
after midnight.
Standing of Teams In Foot-
Ball League To Date
After the defeat of the Rangers
by the Mine, which gave the latter
team top place in the League, the
standing of the teams was as
follows:
W.       L.       Dr.   Pts.
Mine 7        3        2 16
Celts 5        4        2 12
Rangers       2 7        2 6
Advertise in the Herald
Wildcats Again Clean
Up On Tigers
By 17-8
The Wildcats again clawed the
Tigers to a standstill in the Sunday
afternoon baseball game, winning
by a score of 17 to 8. Marshall
Smith appeared in the box for the
winners and pitched a good game.
Hatton for the losers was also in
good form, but errors by his teammates let him down. A. J. Mc-
Master handled the game to the
satisfaction of all.
Tigers A.B. R.    H.
Falconer, T. W. c. 4 2       1
Hatton, p. 5 3       2
York, s.s. 4 11
Anderson, G., 3b. 5 0      0
Anderson, D., r.f. 5 0       0
Henderson, 2b. 4 10
Skirl, l.f. 5 0      0
Wager, lb. 4 11
Flint, c.f. 5 0       0
41       8       5
Wildcats A.B. R.    H.
Falconer, K., c. 6 4       3
Kergin, H. F., lb.      6 3       1
Smith, p. 7 4       1
Stephen, 2b. 6 2       1
Steele, s.s. 6 10
Pearson, c.f. 5 10
Studdy, l.f. 6 1       0
Bower, 3b. 4 0      0
Mikeli.'r.f. 6 1       0
52     17      6
Visitors From Juneau Here
On Cruiser "Jazz"
Visiting Anyox at present and
staying with Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Healy, are Mr. and Mrs. Cash Cole
and their two sons, from Juneau,
Alaska. They reached Anyox on
Sunday morning last on the cruiser
"Jazz". Mr. Cole, who is a brother
of Mrs. Healy,' is the Territorial
Auditor for Alaska, and is stationed
at Juneau. The actual running
time of the vessel on this trip,
which was made via Ketchikan,
was 47 hours. The time taken
from Ketchikan was 16 hours.
Ladies' Open Golf Champion-
Ship Commences Aug. 9
In the Qualifying Round for the
Ladies' Open Golf Championship,
involving the beautiful cup presented by Mrs. Charles Bocking, the
lowest 16 players will qualify.
The eight defeated players in this
Flight will comprise the first flight.
All others will be divided into flights
of eight.
A prize will be given for the lowest gross qualifying score, also
prizes for the winners and runners-
up in each flight.
First rounds must be completed
on or before August 26th. ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday,  August 12, 1932
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 Kates on Application.
E. MOSS, Editor and Publisher.
As time goes on the problem of
economically handling the relief
measures for the unemployed becomes more tangled than ever.
The cities are all clamoring for
changes and bigger government
relief grants, but at present no
concrete suggestion has been made
except by the recent Kidd Commission. The present tangle is
due to several causes. The chief
one is that when the present depression suddenly struck us in the
fall of 1929 it was thought to be
only temporary, and it was natural
to adopt temporary measures to
alleviate any distress. We have
since learned that these temporary
methods were not only unsatisfactory but costly. The second cause
was when the Federal Government
failed to handle the problem. Instead of assuming the responsibility
as was their duty, they washed
their hands of the whole affair and
placed the burden onto the provinces. Each separate province
had its own administration, when
one would have sufficed had the
Federal Government faced their
responsibility. The Kidd business
men's committee, of Vancouver
have recommended that relief to
unemployed be administered by an
independent group. This group
would no doubt be composed of
businessmen of Vancouver. If
they are to administer relief funds
only in their own city well and
good, but if they are to be put into
control of the entire province, the
result would be disastrous. Heaven
help the unemployed in small outlying towns when the businessmen
of Vancouver are allowed to spend
the taxpayer's money. Not very
much of it would be allowed to go
outside of Vancouver, We have
had enough experimenting with the
relief problem. Why call in a
bunch of parochial-minded amateurs just as the government is
gaining some experience? If their
methods prove a failure the government will be blamed.
Mine Head League By
Defeating Rangers
3-2^
One of the best games of the
season was that between the Mine
and Rangers on Thursday the 4th.,
when the hillmen downed their
more youthful opponents for a 3-2
win, thus cinching the League.
On their consistent play the Mine
deserve this honor, as they have
fielded a good team for every game
and played clever football throughout
The evening was ideal for football,
there being neither wind or rain,
and the field was in excellent shape
considering recent downpours.
The Mine played downhill the first
half, the tally at the interval being
Mine 2, Rangers 1.
Morrison scored shortly after the
start with a fast one from close in,
the second goal being from a high
kick by one of the Rangers, which
dropped close to goal and eluded
Taylor.
In the second half the Rangers
opened with great determination
and kept the mine on the defensive. In a breakaway, however,
tlie fast moving Schaefer on the
left wing sent in a nice pass to
Larsen, who headed the ball
through. Play again reached the
Mine goal, and Ivor Davis got his
second goal. From then on the
Rangers used every effort to equalize. Donaldson sent in a high shot
which Moore saved in masterly
style. Williams tried repeatedly
with long, well placed shots, but
failed to register. Curry played
a line game for the Mine, as also
did Dyer at full back. Morrison
was always fast and dangerous.
For the losers, Donaldson, Williams, Buchanan and Ion played a
lirst class game throughout. Dod-
isworth was sure and reliable, while
Calderoni and Patrick have improved greatly. Arthur Horner
controlled the game, which was
cleanly contested.
"MIN AND BILL"
Saturday, August 13th.
Marie Dressier and Wallace
Beery.
This Metro—Gold wyn—Mayer
Picture is based on Lorna Moore's
powerful novel: "Park Star". It
is both a comedy-triumph and a
dramatic revalation, for two of the
screen's most popular personalities.
Marie Dressier far exceeds any
other performance she has given.
She is positively great—funnier
than in "Caught Short", and more
superb than in "Anna Christie"-
Beery is just as fine as he was in
"The Big House", "Way for a Sailor" and "Billy the Kid". The
magnetic drawing power of these
two great names should take you
to see this wonderful picture on
Saturday.
"ARE THESE OUR
CHILDREN"
Tuesday, August 16th.
Eric Linden, Rochelle Hudson,
Arline Judge, Ben Alexander,
Beryl Mercer, Roberta Gale.
This R. K. O. Radio Picture
shows Wesley Ruggles" Drama of
the 20th. Century. A whole motion picture organization put its
complete resources and studio behind the filming of this great pic
ture. There is an entire oast of
youthful principals, some only sixteen years of age, none over twenty.
Eric Linden and Rochelle Hudson
play powerfully dramatic part.?.
For sheer dramatic force and daring innovation this picture is exceptional. The plot and character
izations are ultra-modern by all
means see it on Tuesday,
Millions of words have been
printed, as to what should be done
at the Imperial Conference, and to
those millions we ate going to add
a few, but very few. As Stanley
Baldwin informed the Conference
a few days ago, Great Britain
bought $500,000,000 worth more
goods from the Empire than she
sold. When the other countries
that make up the Empire adopt a
policy of give and take, all will be
well, and the markets for our
goods will expand. It is folly for
Canada to expect to dump all her
surplus wheat and other grains, her I
While following- his occupation
in the pipe-shop on Wednesday
last, J. J. H. Varnes had the misfortune to lose the first joint of the
index finger of his left hand. Jim
my was attending to his machine
when the accident occurred.
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.
"I
Men's Raincoats
Protect yourself against the1 summer and fall rains.  We
have a large stock of Rubber and Slicker Raincoats,  at
prices from $5.00 to $6.50.
RUBBERS!
We are offering our stock of Rubbers at greatly reduced
prices.    In all lengths, Hip, Knee and Low.    All sizes.
Black and Tan.
LEW LUN & Co.
General Merchants, Anyox
West side of Smelter
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
^
GENERAL OUTFITTERS
We carry at all times a Full Line of First Class
Groceries;   also Heavy and  Shelf Hardware.
Clothes,   Boots,   Shoes  and   Rubbers   of   all
descriptions.   A large stook to ohoose from
T. W. FALCONER A*.*.
GENERAL MERCHANT
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THE LEAGUE IS
FOR YOU!!
League members benefit all ways, and especially as
patrons of the Picture Shows. Note these low prices to
Community League members and their families: Men,
one show a month at half-price. Ladies, all the time,
25c. on presentation of Membership Card. So join the
League and take an active interest in all its doings.
THE LEAGUE IS FOR
YOUR BENEFIT
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BIRTH AT ANYOX
Born on Sunday, August 7th., at
the Anyox General Hospital, to Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Boudreau, a son.
lumber, copper, nickel, lead, zinc,
cattle, dairy products, apples, canned goods etc. into Great Britain,
and for every dollar's worth she
exports to import about twenty,
cents worth. It can't be done in
these days of fierce trade competition. We buy from those who
buy from us is the business motto
today.
SUMMER SAILINGS
From   Anyox  for  Stewart,
Prince Rupert, Ocean Falls,
Powell River and Vancouver,
11.00 p.m. Fridays.
Fortnightly service to Queen
Charlotte Islands.
Particulars on request.
. TRAIN SERVICE
Passenger trains leave Prince
Rupert Mondays, Wednesdays,, and Saturdays at 12.30
p.m. for Edmonton, Saskatoon,
Winnipeg and points East.
For information cull or
write local agent or
H. Mc-BWKN, D.P. & P.A.
Prince Rupert, B.C.
V-I0«-S«
British Columbia
The Mineral Province of Western Canada
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,272,731,028
NATIONAL
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You are invited to apply to the Department
of Mines, Victoria, B. C. for the latest authoritative  information  regarding   mining
development in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minuter of
Mines for the calendar year 1931.
"Lode Gold Deposits of British Columbia."
"Placer Mining In British Columbia."
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations:    "Barite,"
"Asbestos," "Glassware," "Clay."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER OF MINES,
Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. V
ALICE   ARM   AND  ANYOX  HERALD,   Friday, August 12,  1932
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The Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
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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
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
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SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS AT ALICE ARM
Although this photograph was not taken at Alice Arm, the district offers you the same scenery
—rugged and grand—as good fishing streams and lakes as is found anywhere, good roads to
ride on and first-class boating facilities
Empire's Brains on Empire's Best Ship
British Government delegates to the Imperial
Economic Conference at Ottawa photographed
aboard the Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of
Britain" and who held a Cabinet Council on the
ship, an event unique in marine or government
annals. Seated left to right, they are: Rt. Hon.
Walter Runciman, M.P., Rt Hon. Neville Chamber
lain, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin, Lord President of the Council;- Rt
Hon. J. H. Thomas, Dominions Secretary; standing,
Rt. Hon. Sir Philip Cunllffe-Llster, Colonial Secretary; Rt Hon. Sir John Oilmour, Minister of Agriculture; and Rt. Hon. Lord Hallsbam, Secretary
of State for War. 857
Splendid Empire Achievements
An enterprising1 Sydney, N.S.W., newspaper, in order to convey to its readers the magnitude
of the huge new Harbour Bridge recently constructed at the Australian port, printed the composite picture shown Above for the enlightenment of its readers.
Thrilled by descriptive stories of the new Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of Britain" that
appeared in Australian papers when that giant liner was sped on its maiden voyage last year by
H.R.H. the Prince of wales, Australians have taken as prideful an interest m the "Empress of
Britain" as Canadians, and the picture, labelled "Empire Achievements" paid tribute to the enterprise of the Dominion and the Commonwealth. Underneath was the legend, "Sydney Harbor Bridge,
opened March, 1982. Length of Arch Span 1,650 feet, breadth 160 feet, weight of arch steelwork
88,000 tons. "Empress of Britain," in service May 1081, length 760 feet 6 inches, breadth 97V4
feet, gross registered tonnage 42,600."
The "Empress of Britain" on her voyage from Canada June 16th, 1932, justified Australia's
faith in her as an Empire achievement by creating the magnificent new record, Father Point to
{Cherbourg, in four days, seven hours, 88 minutes.- 852. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD,   Friday, August 12,  1932
Ladies'   Golf   Competition
Results In Triple Tie
A large number of ladies turned
out on Friday last for the "Hidden
Hole" competition, which had been
postponed from the previous week.
The result was a triple tie, Mrs. J.
L. Stewart, Miss M. Cloke and
Mrs. Cundill all scoring alike for
the three hidden holes. To decide
the winner these three ladies will
play oft over one hole. Ideal weather prevailed.
The Sun Life Cup was not awarded for the month of July, as there
were not sufficient contestants
during that month. Interest in the
qualifying round for the Open Championship of the Club, which will be
played on August 19th, is very keen.
J. W. Hughes Will Teach
School Alice Arm
J. W. Hughes will be in charge
of the Alice Arm School during the
coming term. Mr. Hughes taught
school at Smithers during the last
term. He holds a first-class teacher's certificate, and has had considerable experience in teaching.
A. C. Ironside, who taught
school here last term has accepted
a position on the teaching staff of
Nanaimo Schools. He tendered his
resignation to the Alice Arm School
Board some time ago.
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t  ALICE ARM NOTES
Constable T. D. Brunton of
Anyox arrived in town on Saturday
from Anyox on a business trip.
Stewart Steele arrived from
Anyox on Saturday and is spending
holidays here.
Mrs. P. Louden and family of
Anyox are spending holidays here,
arriving last week end.
Mrs. Teabo and family arrived
last week-end from Anyox for a
vacation here.
Miss Phyllis Bushfield arrived
from Stewart on Monday and is
spending a vacation here with Mr.
and Mrs. W. Henderson.
J. Wier arrived from Anyox on
Tuesday and is spending holidays
here with Mrs. Wier.
Mrs. D, R. Barclay and family,
who spent two weeks holiday here
with Mr. and Mrs. E. Moss, left on
Monday for Prince Rupert.
M. Cranley arrived from Anyox
on Tuesday and will spend a few
weeks' holiday at the Alice Arm
Hotel.
Mrs. Geo. Hague and family are
spending holidays at the Alice Arm
Hotel, arriying on Tuesday from
Anyox.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearce arrived on
Tuesday from Anyox and are spending holidays here.
Mr. and Mrs. Mahood are spending a vacation here arriving on
Tuesday from Anyox.
J. M. Dunn arrived from Anyox
on Saturday and is spending holidays here with Mrs. Dunn and
family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Montgomery
and child arrived in town on Tuesday and are spending holidays here.
Sid Peters Retains   Anyox
Golf Championship
The game between C. O. Fricker
and Sid Peters, previous holder of
the Anyox Golf championship, took
place on Sunday last and resulted
in a win for Peters by 7 up and 5
to go.
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I     ANYOX NOTES      I
I       ^   ^ _ t a ♦
Ed. Kitchen returned on Friday
from holidays spent in Vancouver
and United States. Mrs. Kitchen
will return on Friday the 12th.
Tony Milevik and Joe Lovesin
left on Monday for Kirkland Lake,
where they intend to stay.
Mrs. M. J. Sheen and two children left on Monday for a holiday
visit to Prince Rupert, Vancouver
and Fernie.
Mrs. D. Frew and Miss Agnes
Frew arrived on Monday from Vancouver. They will spend a holiday
here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Barclay.
W. B. Maxwell and A. Gigot returned on Monday from holidays
spent in the south.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKenzieand
children left on Monday for a holiday visit to Victoria.
W. Curry left on Monday for
Prince Rupert. He may later extend his visit to the south before
returning.
R. Griffith returned on Monday
from a visit to Lakelse.
J. Hutchison left on Monday for
a holiday visit to Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jeffrey and two
children, also Mrs. Jeffrey's mother,
Mrs. Honey wood, left on Monday
for a holiday visit to Prince Rupert
and Terrace.
Captain Munden of the Salvation Army is on a visit to Anyox
from Prince Rupert.
Martin Perluk and John Logar
arrived on Monday from Prince
Rupert.
Joe Taylor left on Monday for a
holiday visit to Vancouver.
Pat Cawley left on Friday last for
a visit to. Smithers. Mr. Cawley
has not been in good health for
some time and is seeking recuperation inland.
H. A. McLean and daughter
Margaret of Prince Rupert, returned to that city on Friday after a
holiday visit to Alice Arm and
Anyox.
Miss Teresa O'Neill returned on
Friday from a holiday visit spent in
the south.
Rod A. Macleod left on Friday
for Vancouver, where he will reside.
W. Woof left on Friday for
Prince Rupert and Vancouver.
T. J. Shenton arrived on Friday
from Prince Rupert.
O. B. Bush was a passenger on
the Prince George on Friday from
Vancouver, enroute to Stewart,
where he is interested in mining
properties.
Miss P. Sims left for Vancouver
on Friday after spending a holiday
here with Mrs. F. F. Brown.
C. N. Railways Show-
Increase In Net
Revenues
Advertise in the Herald
Montreal, August 6—An increase
of $1,332,861 in the net revenues of
the Canadian National Railways
for June 1932 as compared with
June 1931 is shown in the monthly
statement of operating revenues
and expenses issued at Canadian
National headquarters today.
This betterment in net was effeoted
despite a heavy drop in the gross
receipts.
Gross revenues in June were $12,
437,076, a decrease of f 2,799,154,-
or 18, 37 per cent from the gross
revenue of June 1931. Operating
expenses however were cut by $4,-
132.015 or'26.93 per cent. The
result was that the railway had
net revenues for the month of $1,-
227,856 as compared with a net
revenue deficit in June 1931 of
$105,005, a betterment of $1,332,-
861. The operating ratio for June
1932 was 90.13 per cent, as against
100.69 per cent in June of last year.
For the first half of 1932 the
Canadian National had gross revenues of $70,187,818, a decrease of
$18,087,808 or 20.49 per cent, as
compared with the first six months
of 1931.
Send your films direct to Wrath-
all's Photo Finishing, Prince Rupert, Low prices for good work.
All orders returned following mail.
H   M.   SELFE
REGISTERED   OPTOMETRIST
ANYOX
Offices   Opposite Liquor Store
B.  P. O. ELKS
Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, tic.
on application to club manager
One of the Anyox school teachers
who is a stickler for accuracy took
the trouble to look Up the pronunciation of the name ''Delhi". It was
found that this cruiser is named
after the city of Delhi in India, and
is pronounced "Delly."
"I
PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX B. C.
Bread,  Cakes, Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
THE  HERALD
$2.00 a  Year
Now You Can Makt
Frozen Desserts
and Ice Creams!
QUR new cook book, "Th.
*"Z Good Provider," tells you
how to make delicious ice creams
and frozen desserts. It also explains just why St. Charles Milk
is so economical to use and how
it invariably improves the flavor
of your cooking.
"The Good Provider" contains
over 200 tested recipes, contributed by some of the foremost domestic science
experts in the world, ^>*.a, &.
It is yours for
the asking.
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MILK
UNSWEETENED      EVAPORATED
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Post Office Building, Alice Arm
ers
uenne
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IS GOOD
FORYOU"
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A plunge in the ocean surf or a glass of cool, sparkling B.C. Bud are two
ideal ways of refreshing oneself.
B.C. Bud is a pure and wholesome malt beverage, perfectly brewed from only
the choicest barley malt and selected B.C. hops.
During the summer months it is always convenient to buy B.C. Bud in the handy
cartons of one dozen bottles.
$2«00 per dozen
At Government Store!
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VANCOUVER, B.C.
AUo brewers and boltler* of
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Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.

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