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Array Culnit^erland Islander EȤ|
With which la consolidated the Cumberland News.
FORTY-EIGHTH  YEAR—No. 36
CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA    FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER lith, 1929
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:  TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Powell River
Defeat Locals
At Soccer
  i
Enjoyable Friendly Game Wit-,
nessed by Large Crowd       i
There wns a real good turn-out nl I
the soccer game held on the Recreation Ground, Sunday, when a strung
Powell   River  team  visited   Cumberland.    It is a good many years since
the old Recrealion Ground saw such
a   crowd   as   gathered   together   on
Sunday last to witness a soccer gnme.
It shows Interest  in  the round ball!
game Is not entirely dead iu this dis-1
trict and whilst the brand of hall put '
up  did   not  equal   the   hall   of  other j
days,  nevertheless  it   was  very  en- '•
joyable.    Powell  River had  a slighl
edge anil came out winners by three
goals to one.    The ground  was no:
iu the best of condition as play was
started, many small stones bothering
the players quite a lot.    Both teams
soon adapted themselves to the conditions, however, with tbe result that
the bull travelled from entllo end very
-rapidly.
A. S. Jones of Union Bay refereed
and got the game started about two
o'clock, halfan hour late. Cumberland immediately pressed, nnd Sandy
Strang, tli'e Westminster Royal player, who was assisting Cumberland,
coming within an ace of scoring on
several occasions, The half was
fought oul at a good pace, with the
Cumberlauders showing real good
form. The Powell River defence,
however, prevailed and was able to
withstand all onslaughts of the local
forwards. Powell River forward*
tested Watson on two or three occasions, the home custodian proving to
be quite able to handle nil shots directed at him. The persistency oi*
the visitors was refardcd close to
half time when Watson was well beaten. The half ended with the paper-
makers one goal up.
The second half was nearly all
Powell River, tbe locals showing i
great lack of training, with the re- ,
ault that play was mostly confined
to the Cumherland half. During the
second period Jock Campbell scored
for Cumberland and the visitors netted two more, giving them a victory
by three goals to one. The game was
thoroughly enjoyed by the large
crowd present and as stated shows
that soccer is still popular In the district.
The refereelng of A. S. Jones gave
great satisfaction and the following
did duty for Cumberland: Goal, H.
Watson; barks, McFarlane and J. j
Brown; halt-backs. E. Clark, G. Mc- j
Lellanand Amos Farmer; forwards,1
McFarland, 11. Gibson. Sandy Strang,
Jock Campbell and W. Abrams.
Strang, the Westminster Royal play- I
er who 18 working In tbe district at;
present, was a tower of strength to j
the local team and was most unfor- j
tunate In not bagging one or two
goals In the opening half.
____	
CANADIAN NAVAL
MAN FINED POR
COMMON ASSAULT
On Tuesday, September 3rd, Alfred
Joseph Landry,a sailor from H.M.C.S.
Vancouver, pleaded guilty before magistrate W.A.W. Hames to a charge
of common assault and was fined $10
and costs and in default 15 days.
Damages to the extent of 127.00 were
also ordered to be paid by tlie accused
The assualt occurred in the Blue
Parrot Cafe, Courtenay when Landry
struck Mrs. McLean, cook at tho pop
nlar cafe, damaging her face necessitating her laying off work for
period,
Salmon Now
Running Well
Limit Catches Being: Made at
Up-lsland Resorts
Salmon fishing at Ihe various resorts on the Island is now in full
swing, with the big annual run of
spring and cohoes on, according to
the weekly fishing gazette Issued by
the Victoria and Island Publicity
Bureau.
Limit catches are being made in
watery around Qualicum Beach, Comox Bay and Campbell River, the
bulletin says:
Trout—Good Indications this fishing will come in well again during
the next fortnight. Fair at Cameron
Lake, Sproat Lake. Cowichan Lake
and River, and Campbell River. Good
at Lake Cumberland.
Steelhead—Good sport on Stamp
River.   Wading, light tackle, fly.
Sea Trout—Good catches off Sooke,
Jordan, Oystre and Lit He Qualicum
Rivers. These fish are sea-run cutthroats.
Welsh Society
Honor Members
Cumberland. Sept. 4— On Snturday
evening the Welsh Society held a
shower ln thc G.W.V.A. Hall ln honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Campbell Morgan.
Whlst took up the first part of the
evening, the ladles' first prize being
won by Mrs. Sam Davis and the consolation by Mrs. J. D. Davis while thc
gent's first prize went to Mr. D. Morgan and consolation to Mr. T. Monks.
A novel musical game was played
during the evening the ladles prize
being won by Mrs. J. Lewis and the
gents by Mr. D. Bannerman. Dancing
supplied the remaining part of the
evening's entertainment, the music for
which was supplied by Miss Annie
McLeod and Mr. John Earl Banner-
man.
Supper was served irom two long
tables decorated with early fall kowcrs
After everyone had partaken of the
good things Mrs. J. D. Davis, on behalf of thc Welsh Society presented
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan with a very
lovely couch prettily covered with
cretonne. The couple In a neat reply
thaked the Society for their beautiful
gift.
The singing of "For They Aro Jolly
Good Fellows" brought a very enjoyable evening to a close.
Badminton To
Start At End Of
September
The various 'badminton clubs In
tbe district will be making a start for
the season ac the end of the present
month with probably oneor two new
rlubs coming into existence. At
Campbell River we are told a club
will be formed at a meeting to be
held within the next few days. There
are a number of really good players
up at the River and with the Community Hall having accommodation
for two full size courts a fairly representative club can be formed.
The Whippets, a Cumberland club
also Intend to start as early as possible and there are very many rumours going around that the hall will
lie Increased to take care of three
courts. At the present time the
Whippets boast two courts but bo
many applications have been received for membership tn the club that
it is quite possible that the Band
Hall will be enlarged.
Of course the main place for Badminton for the district will be at the
Imperial Pavilion at Royston, the
home of the Big Imperial badminton
club. In former years this club has
always started early In October but
up to the present time no word has
been sent round Just when play will
start.
A new club might also be formed at
Courtenay, using the Native Sons'
Hall asa meeting place. There Is not
tbe slightest doubt that the popular
indoor game will have a wonderful
season In ibis district.
JAPANESE BOY
RECEIVES BROKEN
COLLAR BONE
At the fall fair at Courtenay on
Monday, a pony ridden by a Japanese
boy got out of control and ran into
a crowd of children knocking down
two or three youngsters. Another
Japanese hoy named Taknsasbl had
his collar bone broken. The Injured
boy was Immediately picked up and
given medical attention.
Former Nurse Here
Weds In Victoria
Miss Elslo Haggart. until a uhort
time ago a popular member of the
nursing staff of the Cumberland General Hospital waa married recontly
in Victoria to Mr. Harry Veal, a resident of the Capital. During Ihe pnst
week the bride has been the honored
guest at two or three smart functions.
On Thursday a miscellaneous Bhower
was held at the homo of Mrs. D. R.
Haggart. of Union Bay, many useful
nnd pretty gifts being presented to
Mrs. Veal.
On Wednesday, the home of Mrs.
A. Kay, Union Bay. was the scene of a
happy gathering when the ladles'
sewing club of the shipping point met
tn honor the bride. During tho evening the ladles presented to Mrs. Veal
a lovely framed picture Following
a short honeymoon. Mr. and Mra
Veal will make their home in Victoria.
First Hunting
Fatality of Season
Nelson. Sept. 4.—Mistaken in the
evening gloom for a bear aa he was
stooping over in bis garden pulling
weeds, John Irvin, sixty-four, rancher
at East Robson, twenty-six miles
from here. waa fatally shot at about
7 o'clock tonight by Edgar Webster,
son of his nearest neighbor. Police
are investigating.
Local Teams
Do Well At
Competitions
Two  First,  Pour  Seconds and
One Fourth Prize Captured
by Cumberland Teams
Children Return
To Their Studies
429 Pupils Back at School; 34
New Pupils Enrolled
More than a little bored with vacation days.ami glad to be batk with
playmates and companions at school,
429 students in the Cumberland Public School returned to their desks
on Tuesday morning for enrollment;
out of this number ;I4 new pupil;*
presented themselves.
A teaching stair completed during ,
the summer holidays, met the stud- j
ents.and active school work com- j
menced on Tuesday afternoon. One ■
or two changes have been made in
the teaching staff, but everything |
went off on Tuesday without a hitch.
The  task  or  receiving and  placing
the children   from  beginners  of six i
years of age to seniors In high school
did not tak0 very long and by after- ]
noon work was under way.
The principal of the public school, i
Mr. G. E. Appg announced the list of j
teachers   and   the   classes   they   will j
teach as follows: Division 1. entrance
(Mr. G. Apps);  division 2, grade VII j
(Miss T. Galllvan); division ::•, grade!
VII and senior VI (Miss I. McFadyen)
division 4, junior  VI  nnd -senior  V, j
(Miss C. McKinnon); division fi, Jun-!
ior and senior 4. (Miss V. J, Aspesy); !
division 6, senior anil junior IV (Mr. i
H.   Watson);   division   7.  junior   IV,
(Miss   J,   Baird);   division   S.  senior
and junior  III   (Miss C. Carey);   di-1
vision !*. junior III and junior 11 (Miss j
B.   Horbury);   division   10,   senior   II j
(Miss M. Robinson); division 11, jun- j
lor II and senior I (Miss J. E. Robert-'
son); division 12, senior and juniorl I
(Miss  C,   Richardson);   division   13,
junior I (Mlss P. Hunden). i
i Local Bowlers
Getting Ready
! A number of Cumberland lawn
' bowlers journeyed to Nanaimo ou
Sunday and enjoyed a number of
games of howls with members of the
Nanaimo lawn bowling club. Tho local players arc getting ready and Intend tt) accept the offer of thc Na-
naiinoites ami play a few more games
at the Hub City until such times as
the local green is ready lo bo played
BILL MARTIN
TRIPPLE WINNER
IN TRAP SHOOT
Bill Martin, of Nanaimo, who was
a visitor to Cumberland Rodand Gun
club traps ou Wednesday, made an
unusual triple win on Monday at a
trophy shoot In the hub city when hc
broke 69 birds out of 7fi. From the
twenty-two yard Hue ina handicap
match for the Dendoff cup he broke
straight, winning the cup. Immediately following he broke i:\ in a
row for the Saunder's trophy which
he won outright. He also with a
Btralght 23 won the general shoot of
the day.
Mr. Martin shot at the Cumberland
traps on Wednesday but was evidently
a little stale as one of the Cumberland members beat him In a friendly
shoot. Bill Martin was a well known
shot overseas as a sergeant ln the
72nd Canadian Seaforths he gained
quitea reputation,
MrB. Elsie Johnson, whose marriage
to Mr. William Brown took p'ace on
Monday, was hostess to a number of
friends and well-wishers who gathered at her home on Windermere avenue on Friday evening last, the vis-
It being iu the nature of a surprise
party. During the evening whist was
played, flrst prize being won by Mrs.
Johnson with Mrs. Freeburn gaining
the consolation. A candy eating contest caused much merriment, Mrs.
Slaughter being adjudged tbe winner and Mrs. Johnson being awarded
second prize. A guessing contest
was won by Mrs. Tom Armstrong.
Supper was served by Mesdames
Walker, WloHillcld. Shearer and A.
Williams, assisted by Miss Jean
Johnson. Following supper. Mrs.
Derbyshire, on behalf of those present, presented to Mrs. Johnson an
easy chair and tea set, wishing her
happiness and prosperity for the future, the recipient making suitable
reply.
LADIES* All) SILVER TEA
Mesdames E. R. Hicks and G. K.
MacNaughton will be Joint hostesses
at a silver tea for the benefit of the
Ladles' Aid, at the home of Mrs. MacNaughton on Thursday, September
12th at 3 p.m. It
BELIEVE IT OR NOT—
Fish Saidto Be Lured by Ba«-
pipes
They aay a modem Pied Piper has
been found on the Clyde Coast, though
It Is not rats he lures, but llsh. He
is a scotch bagpipe player who has
been engaged by a Port Bannatyne
boat hirer to accompany his fishing
expeditions. We thought there were
no fishermen lefl in Scotland afier the
story got round that a shilling hnd
been found In a herring caught off
the coast of England.
This latest stunt of the boat-hirer
engaging a piper to attract the fish
Is given out with great assurance and
ns proof thnt the music from lhe bag-
| Local teams did exceptionally well
! in the fourteenth annual field day of
Vancouver Island and Coast District.
I Branch. British Columbia Mine Safety Association held iu Nanaimo on
! Labor Day. Many events were down
for competition, the proceedings last
j ing nil day, There was an exceptloh-
i ally large number of entries and
Cumberland tenm8 competing all did
very well. In the competition for
j the V.I..M.S.A. Shield the team from
I Cassidy was successful in gaining
j llrst place, second prize going to the
Cumberland team composed of A.
W. Watson (Capt.) Jas. Quinn. J.
Williams. Wm. Beveridge, Wm. Devoy and Thomas Brown. Third prize
wen to Nauamfo and fourth prize to
a Cumberland team composed of H.
Jackson, capt.. H. Bates, T. Ecclestou,
Wm, Jackson. W. Woods and H. Devlin. Only three points separated the
winners and the team In fourth place
the whinners obtaining 99 and the
Cumherland team In fourth place 96.
In the junior first aid events Cumberland teams did not figure but in
the V.I.M.S.A. cup for ladles Nanaimo was awarded first prize with a
Cumberand team captained by Mrs.
W, Hudson gaining the second prize,
In addition to the captain the team
comprised Mesdames J- ". Davis, .1.
J. Potter, II. Parkinson and Miss B.
Westfleld.
In the Department of Mines cup.
Cumberland teams excelled themselves, first and second prizes going
to local men. The team captained by
W. Beveridge and composed of Messrs. W. Whyte. S. Williams. A. W
Watson and T. Brown received first
place and the team captained by J.
S. Williams and composed of Messrs.
J. Quinn. J. D. Davis, H. Waterfleld
and J. S. Brown gained second place.
In the two-man event, Cumberland
gained second prize when Win. Whyte
(capt.), S. Hunt, Sr., aud S. Hunt Jr.
were successful. Alio: her triumph
fell to Cumberland when the one-
man event was won by J. Quinn with
H. Waterfleld acting as patient.
Prizes were distributed In the evening at a monster dance, many from
Cumberland being present. Inspector
T. R. Jackson acted as chairman and
in his opening remarks stated that
the Mine Rescue Association bad
during tbe past twelve months held
two Indoor meets, one at Cumberland and one at Nanaimo, besides the
regular outdoor meet held in September and had spent the sum of
$1,700 in tbe work. He then Introduced Lt.-Col. C. W. Vllllers, general
manager of the Canadian Collieries
(D), Limited, who spoke briefly regarding the work being undertaken
and expressed the hope that the future meets would be better attended by the general public. He felt
confident that If the public knew the
excellent work being done and the
very interesting competitions held
fro mtlme to time a great deal more
interest would bc displayed. Assisted by Messrs. J. W. Jemson and W.
H. Moore, Col. Vllllers presented lhe
prizes to lite successful competitors,
complimenting Ahem on their very
good showing.
The Judging during the day for tb.*
first aid work was done by Dr. E. II.
Hicks as chief judge assisted by Dr.
0. G. Ingham and Dr. Earl Hall, Na-
almo; Dr, Adams of Cassidy. and
Dr.   H.   13.   Maxwell,   Ladysmlth.
Mine Rescue Judges
The judges of the Mine Rescue
work were Robl. Strachan, senior In-
speclor of mines for Fernie Dlslrlcl,
and Mr. James Strang, Inspector ol
mines of the Department of Mines,
Victoria. Tht> above judged the work
In the mine, while the Judges al the
bench were Messrs. J. G. Shonlug of
the U.S. Bureau of Mines. Seattle, and
J, W. Jemson, inspector or mines for
Nanaimo district, They were assisted
by other members of ibe committee,
including II. II. Sanderson, of Seattle;
John Thompson of the Government
Rescue Station al Cumberland; Robl.
Henderson, of Cassidy; A. Newberry
Robt. Laird and J. Sutherland, of Nanaimo.
Courtenay Cricket
Team Defeated by
Vancouver Eleven
Taylor   of   Cumberland    Team
'      Does Well With Bat
and Ball
The Courtenny cricketers journeyed
to Nanaimo on Monday hi si and en- j
gaged a team of Vancouver players,
got together liy Mr. Victor Eccles, and l
met defeat on the llrst innings by
02 runs against 42, Hall und Idiens j
who are also members of the Cumberland club and Harry Taylor. Cumber- j
land's fast bowler turned oul for
Courtenay and the farmers were also
asssiled by Mr. Lelghton. considered
by many to be B.C's premier bowler.
On the lirst innings Vancouver made
!*2, Taylor taking 5 wickets for 40
runs and Lelghton 5 wickets foi
about ihe s:ime number, Joe Idioii3
played beautiful cricket in this innings, being the only Courienayite
to reach double figures. In the second innings Harry Tnylor did well
with the bat being top scorer with
4ii runs to his credit. Mr. Coates of
Cumberland acted as one of the umpires and states the game was a most
enjoyable one.
The Cumberland eleven hope to
meet ihe Nanaimo eleven some Sunday Ibis month in what will be the
final game of the season.
WORLD'S CHAMPION
OFFERED CONTRACT
IN THE MOVIES
Big money and fame on the motion
picture screen are awaiting Percy
Williams. Vancouver's star sprinter,
winner oftbe 100 and 200 meters race.s
at Amsterdam ami speediest youth in
the world.
Charlie Iloyal. late lesee of the Empress and Vancouver theatres (when
the latter was the Orpbeutni is in
Vancouver with tull authority to sign
Percy up fora big contract to appear
ina new picture specially written for
htm. Charlie says the figures attached to the contract would place Percy
in the lists of wealthy men. It Is un-
dcrstool Hint he and his mother ar**
considering the proposal.
United Church
Scene of Brilliant
Noon Wedding
Ladysmith Has
High School
Fees Schedule
Residents Who Are Not  Taxpayers and Non-Residents
Pay ((uarterly Dues
pipes docs attract the llsh, Btatos that
one or his Ashing parties consisting nr
twenty people caught 1,000 fish in
one evening by hand line.
It all the stories ubnut the deadly
effect ot Scotland's national Instrument are true, the pipes are nevertheless an attraction a fatal one and
the unfortunate llsh have possibly
given themselves up to get put quick*
ly out of misery.
Trustees Discuss
2nd Year Studies
Matter to be. Referred to Inspector Sullivan
The Cumberland Hoard of School
Trustees met lasi nlghl with all
trustees present, except \V. Henderson, who was prevented from attending, awing to business pressure,
After the minutes of the last regular
meeting bad been read and adopted,
application^ from Miss Minnie Har-
I'lgau and Mr. Clifford Horwood were
received ashing for poslltons on tho
teaching stall'. Both were ordered
to he (lied. The report of the medical health officer was receive il and
proved to be very satisfactory, and
bills and accounts received wero ordered to be examined and if found
correct paid.
Tbe reporl of tho public school
principal was received and n schedule
of the teaching staff submitted for
the ensuing year. Mr, Shenstone,
principal of tbe high school also nub-
mltted hia schedule of subjects for
study when a. heated discussion took
place between Ibe trustees, it was
fell by some of the trustees that mor'
opinion as to similes in second year
high should be In evidence. Tlie matter was eventually smothed over by
having it referred to Inspector Su!
Ilvan. Miss Partridge of the high
school staff asked the board to replace the basketball goal posts and
the matter will bo attended to Immediately.
A requesl from the manual training teacher for more requirements
was also received, when it was decided lo purchase enough tools.nnd other
equipment lo carry on lho work tor
the year,
SHOULD SPECIFY
COMOX COAL
Coal Dealer Given 10 Days lo
Remove Rejected
Supplies
Wesi Burnaby, Sept i Edward
Brown, eoal denier. 40011 Klngsway,
whose contract to supply fuel to Burnaby schools was cancelled by tho
Burnaby School Hoard last week, was
tonight given until noon Sept. M, I"
romoVfl I!'"' tons of coal frotn school
bins. Otherwise, ii was decided bj
tho trustees who charged that Brown
had delivered fuel Inferior to thai demanded by bis contract, the coal
would be removed Trom the building
iittbe dealer's. The .space was needed
at once for the winter's supplies '.he
board  warned.
All   Btudents   entering   the   Lady-
j smith High School for the llrst  time.
| when classes re-opened on Tuesday.
I were required to pay registration fee
of $1.00. Tuition tees will be collected from all students except those under eighteen years of age whose par-
I elite are ratepayers in the Ladysmith
Heboid district.
The scale of fees payable for students whose parents are householders
In the school district will be $6.00
quarterly during the three terms of
the school year.
Residents outside Ladysmlth district will pay $20.00 for the remainder of tbis year, $15.00 for the term
April l to June 80. These fees will
be payable by all non-residents although they may lie taxpayers in the
school district.
The school board lias also imposed
a fee of $10.00 on students above
eighteen years of age in all categories.
The collection or fees will be strictly enforced, students being required
to presonl receipts from tlie city clerk
at ibe common cent of each term prior
to being admitted to the clans rooms.
WEDDINGS
Hilton - Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. W'es Stockand, or
Cumberland were visitors to Nanaimo on Monday for the purpose of attending ihe wedding of Mrs. Htock-
aiid*s brother. Mr. Hilton.
The following account of the wedding will he of interest to thc many
friends of .Mr. Hilton in Cumberland:
Halliburton St. Methodist Church
was the sceife of a very pretty wedding at li! noon on Monday. September 2nd, when ibe Itev. Mr. Welch
nailed in marriage Hilda Robinson,
daughter of Mr. Robinson and tbe late
Mrs. Robinson of Cumberland, Etig..
and Mr. John William Hilton, second
son of .Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hilton.
Irwin SI.. Nanaimo.
The   bride   was   given   in   marriage
bj her father who had mado a special
journey from England to be present .it
Ihe wedding.    She made a charming
picture in her wedding dress of white
georgette  over   satin,   trimmed   with
seed  pearls,  wilh   which  she  wore  a
large white picture bat.   Miss Lottie I
Bllton, sfsier of the groom was bridesmaid,   looking   very   attractive   in   a;
dress   nf   nib-   green   georgelte   with j
gold   radium   lace   and   wearing   a '
wreoth   of  orango   blossoms   In   ber j
hair.
Miss   J.   E.   Graham   Becomes
Birde of Mr. H. C.
Simms
Cumberland. Sep. 5—The United
Church, of Cumberland, was the scene
of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock when the
Rev. J. R. Hewitt united in marriage
Janet Eacie. only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Graham, of Cumberland,
and Henry Charles, eldest son of Mr.
and Mr.s. Charles Simms. of Royston.
The church decorations were char-
mingly arranged with ivy and a profusion of flowers covering the arch
under which the bride and groom
stood during the service. Several
smaller arches, similarly decorated,
marked off the section of the church
set aside for the invited guests.
Thc bride, who was given in marriage by her father, made a lovely picture as she entered the church In her
wedding gown of white crejx'-back
satin, the yoke and long sleeves being
made of white rose point lace. The
dress had a tight bodice, and the full
skirt, which was trimmed with lace,
had an uneven hemline, the back
draping down to the heels. A white
picture hat of lace and mohair with
a long tulle streamer over one shoulder and white satin slippers completed a delightful attire. The bride"s
bouquet was of pink opholiu roses,
white enrnations and heather with
maiden hair fern.
Miss Blanche Dando attended the
bride and looked very beautiful in a
pale yellow georgette dress trimmed
wilh taffeta and hand made French
flowers. Her dress also had a tight
bodice and bouffant skirt, the back of
which droped to the heels, She wore
a picture hat of yellow and black mohair and slippers of parchment kid.
She carried a bouquet of golden gladioli and mauve scabiosa with maidenhair fern.
Mr. T. Simms supported the groom
and Messrs, S. Venables and T, R. S.
Graham wertj thc ushers,
Mr, W, A. Owen played Mendelssohn's Wedding March and during the
signing of thc register Miss Elizabeth
Henderson :-.nng "Oh, Promise Mc."
Following the ceremony, a reception
was held at the home of the bride's
parents when Mrs. T, Graham and
Mrs. c Simms received the gueste
Mrs. Graham was gowned in a violet
silk lace dress with cocktail jncket.
She wore a black mohair hat and a
corsage of pale pink Ophelia roses.
Mrs. Simms wore a black lace dress
and black hat and a mauve and yellow corsage of sweet peas nnd tea
roses.
The rooms were prettily decorated
with various kinds ol flowers, gladioli
and sweet peas being in prominence.
Mrs. J. Frame and Mrs. E R. Hicks
presided at tlie table, which was centred witli the three tier wedding cake.
White tulle was draped around the
cake. Silver bud vases filled with
mauve and pink .sweet peas and silver
sconces with mauve tapers completed
thc setting. The house and table decorations were under tin.' direction of
Mrs. A. Auchinvole, Sr.
After thc reception the bride and
groom leit ior Portland on their honeymoon trip, The brides going-away
costume was a figured crepe-de-chine
dress and a fawn broadcloth coat with
deep fox culls. With tliis .she wore a
brown felt hat.
On their return, Mr. and Mrs Simms
will take up their residence in Courtenay.
Mr
Philip     Moore    supported     lie
After the ceremony a reception was
held at the home of the bride's sister,
Mrs   W.  Moore,   Ffollburton  St., Mr.;
and   Mrs    Bllton   are   spending   their'
honeymoon visiting Victoria and district.
Brown-Shearer
A quiet  wedding  was solemnized Ht
the United Church Manse on Monday
morning  at  B:00  o'clock  when  Mrs. f
Elslo Johiis.iii and Mr   William Brown!
were  united  in  marriage, lhe Rev, J.
:;   Hewltl  officiating,    The bride was
Charming in a brown crepe hack satin dress with hrown felt hat to match
Mrs  QeorgQ Shearer, matron of honor
■   tn  mi]   in   a   black   satin   dress
With a blue hat.    Mr. George Shearer
acted  a.s  best   man.    After  the ceremony the wedding breakfast was serv-
d a! the home of Mrs. William
Shearer, thc table being prettily decorated   with   early   full   flowers.    Mr.
nd Mrs. Brown left Immediately alter
breakfast for Vancouver where they
will spend  their  honeymoon.
Canadian Firm
Loses Contract
On Alberni Job
Teachers Await Arrival of the
Blackboards from I.S.
as School Opens
Police Courl News
Before stlpendary magistrate O,
Hubert Batos, Gerard Fraser. charged
under section l>> i-) of the government Honor act, wilh drinking in an
In-ronm at tho Bowser Holol on Sim
day, August lir.tti. was totind guilty
and lined 160.00 and "wis.
ANNUAL MEETING
AMHULANCE ASS'N
Tbe annual genreal meeting of the,
Cumberland Centre <>r Hi,, St. John a |
Ambulance Association will lip hold
In tho tarsi Aid Hall on Sunday.
Septembor 8th ai t; p.m. Business:
election nt officers. A tull attendance
Is must earnestly desired.
Alberni, Sept. 8, Changes in the
oqulpmont originally provided ror by
tho  contractors  made  ii   Impossible
tor  111, w   Alii,.nn   IIIrIi  School   to
be opened to receive imiiils to-day
wliti all sppartus.
in  the nisi  iii  in, blackboards
wore available.   Blackboards made of
lirlilsh Columbia w I ami of a type
generally used throughout the Province had boon provided for by the eou-
tractor end would hove beon ready
for Installation by school opening,
Cancellation „t the ordor lor th,. British Columbia product ami t!■«■ substitution of a United States product w-aa
demanded at ihe last minute.
Furthor delay was also cauBed liy a
change unlet,.,I in plumbing equipment Iu iliis case ii is understood
nn order placed with a Canadian linn
had to be cancelled ami the order
placed wiib a linn iii England. Weeks
of delay ill Walling for tbe new laiulll-
mont   will   leave  tbe   high   sellool   lln-
comptoted for some time after tho
date it wns anticipated ii would bo
fully equipped for scholars. PAGE TWO
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND. B.C.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6lh. 1B21I
The Cumberland Islander
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT CUMBERLAND, B.C.
EDWARD W. BICKLE
MINDS STUFFED
NOW that school has started in earnest again
for the fall term and most pupils have been
advanced into a higher class parents and pupils will be a little worried over the outcome and
wondering if a success can be made of the new
term. In many of our schools nowadays there
is too much cramming. Minds crammed with
matter and noi having the remotest idea as to
its value or usi. Page after page is gone over
and learned "by heart". Books gone through ami
laitl aside. Scholars tired and worn out and yet
how little do they know. The most simple, practical things of life they cannot solve; are mere
blanks ami total failures. Minds stuffed and
crammedand yet cannot apply it to anything.
More teaching—causing to know—is what is
wanted, ant! less cramming, and there will be less
worry, less fatigue, less friction and more light
hearts, brilliant minds and successes in life.
SWAT  IIIM
BECAUSE the Ily is small and does not roar like
a lion or devour its prey at a mouthful, mankind pays little attention to it. Hut the Ily
is as deadly a foe to civilization asany of the
pests of more fearsome aspect, which man makes
it his business to exterminate. The fly's attack
is insidious ami therefore the more to be guarded
against, lie buzzes into the house, and these
chilly evenings will find him trying his best to get
into a warm kitchen, drops his deadly germs
where they will fertilize and buzzes out again the
following day iu the heat of the sun, to pick up
a fresh cargo.   Swat him, he is your enemy.
FRIENDLY RIVALS
IT IS Interesting to note that tbe llrst message of congratulation received by the Bremen came frotn thu
' officers of ttie Mauretanla. In fact, there litis been a
line spirit of good sportsmanship exhibited by both Germans and Hritish in this Intest ocean rivalry. For instance
when tbe Bremen needed tc go into drydoch for a genera]
cleaning up before tier entrance Into transatlantic service
the only (lock in Germans largo enough was occupied bv
ber sister ship, ttie F.uroliil.    The nearest available docks
wereat I Iverpool nnd Southampton. According to tho
account thai appeared in The New Vork Journal of Com-
merce at ttie time, had tbe Bremen beeu put in tbe Liver-
it. ki] drydock. ilie novel design of inn. bull could not have
been kept seerei. Tli,, German owners, however, otiose
tlie great floating dock ut Southampton .where the ship,
"with all lis mysteries of construction," was raised high
abovo tbe water and exposcil for days to lull public view.
Moreover, thg proprietors Invited ibe high officials nnd
t,'clinical slabs of their grout rivuls. tho Canard and the
White Star lines, to board tl ow vessel and study her
llni's both within and without. It was then an open secret
Unit these two Urliish companies contemplated buitdlng
new sbipslo meet the competition nf the German super-
liner anil ber sister ship, bul manifestly all is fair anil
nothtng is. hidden in warfare for maritime commerce.
-Tb,' Bldmonton Journal.
Personal Mention
i    Miss M. Harrfsan left on Wednes-
■ day for Head Island, where she has
acceptedthe position as teacher.
■ Mrs. Fraser returned to her home
, in San Francisco leaving Oumher-
Iland on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L,
j M. Kineald, Boil and daughter, raotor-
Ied hack tn the South wilh Mrs. Pras-
HEAP CASH MAYBE COMING TO RED
MAN FOR OIL HOLDINGS
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Miss Sadie Hrown. of Cumherland. has been offered and has accepted a position on the teaching staff ai
the Port Alberni public school and
will commence her duties oa Monday
morning.
Miss Barbara Phillips, of Victoria,
who has been the guest of Mrs. A.
B. Clinton at Gartley Beach returned
to the Capital on Monday.
Tampers returning to the city this
week from Gartley Beach included
Dr. and Mrs. MacNaughton and family; Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Mumford;
Mi. and Mrs. T. E. Hanks and family
and Mrs. Clinton and Miss Audrey
Phillips.
On Friday evening a number of
friends held a surprise party on Miss
Marguerite Herd at her home in the
New Townsite. Games took up the
greater part of the evening's entertainment, the prizes for musical chairs
being won by Dilys Williams and
Tommy Conrod and for the guessing
competition by Douglas Baird and
Bessie Brown. Those present were:
Mary McMillan, Mildred Lockner, Edna Watson. Lilian Pickettl, Margaret
Westfleld, Dilys Williams, Barbara
Martin, Bessie Brown, Nina Shields,
Marguerite Herd, Floyd McMillan, Edward Stockand, Hughle Irvin, Bud
Combs, Harry Westfleld, Bryson Parnham, Wllbert Auchterlonle, Douglas
Baird and Tommy Conrod.
.Mr. W. Baird. Mrs. Baird ,Sr., and
Mrs. Peacock motored io Nanaimo
for the week end.
Mrs. Florence MacDonald is enjoying a   holiday   at   Port Alberni.
Mr. J. MacKenzie of the firm MacKenzie and Partridge had as his guest
during the week his brother, a resident of Seattle. The two brothers
had not met for "J5 years and in the
re-union, Mr. MacKenzie was accompanied from the sound city hy his wife
and son.
Mr, J. C. Brown left on Sunday on
a tour of the interior of the province
hi connection with the Oddfellows
Lodge. He expects lo be away until the end »f September,
T^hc Stoney Indiana on the Morley Reservation
a!on£ the line of the Canadian Pacific Railway
near Calgary, nre benefitting by the oil developments in Alberta. Every man jack of the 640 members of the tri!je, representing L25 families, receives
10 per annum for oil hare rentals on the tribe's
land and shou'd oi! materialize will receive a 12H
per cent, royalty on ail prodm-iinn, h certain amount
of which will be set aside for agricultural implements. They gathered in all their Indian bravery
of feathers and finely worked Bhirts, showla and
mocassins on the occasion of the first payment.
Picture': show Chief* Wolf Teeth, Lost Buffalo and
Black Buffalo saluting tho d i rick, source of their
new wealth. Chief Hector Crawler receiving payment from K. Hint* n, Indian Agent at Morley;
Indian with pipe in mouth is "Wild Man," sou of
"Wild Woman." Chief Wolf Teeth inside derrick
with driller. Squaw Becky Bauver and papoose,
counting her money.    .She looks heap happy.
KKCU'E FOB
A IIEUCIOUS UNCOOKED
S\I,AI>  DRESSING
! To add tastiness to the salads and
green vegetables whicli are both
cheap and healthful at present, the
following salad dressing recipe is
much prized:
2 eggs beaten until light
1 teaspoonful salt
1 teaspoonful mustard
1 cup vinegar
1 can Eagle Brand Milk
Beat vigorously all thy Ingredients,
except vinegar, for a few minutes.
Add vinegar, stir well aud set aside
fora few hours to thicken. This
dressing will keep for weeks.
Courtenay Locals
Messrs. Morgan Hirst, Berry and
Lowry. of Parksville, wen' visitors to
the Courtenay Fair on Monday.
Mr. R. J. Walker. Stipendiary Magistrate, of Gowlland Harbor, was also
a Visitor at the Fair.
Mrs. il. Grieve, oi Headquarters,
entertained recently In honor of her
brother. James R F irmer, who lias
just arrived from the Old Country.
An enjoyable evening was spent with
cards and dancing and delicious refreshments wi re bi rved.
Mr, and Ml Herb, Venables, hc-
companied by the latter's rather, Mr.
r. McQuillan, m ip from Tacoma on
a week's vacation and vi Iting at the
home ol thi formi r parents, Mr, and
Mrs. A. H.  Venables,
Mr. and Mrs R N, Taylor, formerly
of Sandwh k and now ol Vancouver,
were holidaying In the district over the
week-end
Mrs. C. II. Hughi I bci ',"1 09 and D8
points respectively oul ol a possible
hundred for her exhibits ol Cream
Cheese and Cottage Cheese at the Fall
Fair. In ■.!"■ cream cheese her score
was: flavor 44. texture 25, color 10,
salt 10, package 10; cottage cheese:
flavor 44. texture 24 color 10, salt 10,
package  10.
Mr. Roberl L, Hunt, ofHornby Island Lodge, who hits just n I irned
from a visit to Toronto, was a business
visitor In town to-day, Mr. Hum Is
much pies ed with his venture at Tribune Bay, many guests of lasl year
having returned this year nnd promising to come ;i [atn Those who have
seen Mr. Hunts tourist's resort on
Hornby Island speak very highly of
both the hospitality extended and the
beaut;   oi   the surroundings,
Dr. and Mrs. Liddle. of Sandwick.
have had as their guests their cousin.,.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Pemberton and
their   daughter   Yolands,   during   the
past week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Chalmers, of Horne
Lake, have moved to Courtenay and
taken up residence in the property on
Puntledge street recently purchased
from Mr, A. R. McLeod.
Mr. and Mr.s. Paul MartincI! (nee
Dorothy Haymain and her grandmother, Mrs*. S, J. Piercy, ol Doll,
Montana, are visiting wilh Mrs. J. An-
nand, Sandwick
Mr, and Mr.s. Max Mlunt. of Nanui-
iim. were visitors to (he dislrict over
the  holiday.
Little Miss Elaine Eakin, daughter
Oi Mr and Mrs. Eakin. entertained
wi Ive little friends on Tuesday afternoon last, the occasion being her sixth
birthday. Games were played on the
lawn and then dainty refreshments
served during which a wonderful
birthday cake was cut
Mrs. A. Constable entertained n few
friends at a tea on Tuesday afternoon
ol this week.
Shower  la  Bride  Elect
A very enjoyable shower was held
at the home of Miss Muriel McPhee
on Friday of last week In honor of
Miss Jessie McLennan whose wedding
takes plac in thc near future,
Mr ii. S, French, District Agriculturist, left for Victoria un Wednesday
to conier with officials of his department there, and will then proceed to
the New Westminster Exhibition. On
returning to the bland. Mr. French
will Judge tho live stock at the Cobble
Hill Fall Fair on Saturday, afterwards
retu    Ing to his home in Courtenny.
,-•»- a*s»s    *»--«»»-•♦*.   ate mszztm    m&zsm^&EZgi
I - Specials -1
♦. AT I
♦ MATT BROWN'S GROCERY .T
♦ ♦
♦ BLUB WILLOW CROCKERY U
k Cups and Saucers  2 for 25c ;-j|
I Fruit Dishes   6 for 50c *•
if Tea Plates, small size, each  10c Vf
Tea Plates, medium size 2 for 25c
y Oatmeal Dishes 2 for 25c A4^
A   1
f I
| Plain White Cups and Saucers   2 for 25c ;{J
A* Clover Leaf Cupsand Saucers 2 for 25c AJ
i English Pink Hand Cupsand Saucers 3 for 50c (j«
*) Fancy Cake Plates, each   50c ♦ I
y Glass Table Sets, 1 large bowl and 0 nappies $1.95 Mi
" Fancy Tea Sets, 21 pieces at per set.... IJ2.95 and $3.95 fi j
i* Water Sets, Grape Design, 1 jug and 0 glasses.... $2.65 it
I   *!
^ Full Stock of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season f^{
▼ LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRESERVING ^
A PEACHES ^
4 Full Stocks of Fruit Jars, Caps and Rings, etc.
▼ §8
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
Hummer Trnln Service
"Confederation" leaves Vancouver
10.30 a.m. daily for Kamloops, Jasper,
Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon Winnipeg, and Toronto making
close connections tor all Ontario and
Southern points.
"Continental Limited" leaves Vancouver ft.50 p.m. Dally for Kamloops,
Jasper. Edmonton. Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, making close
connection for Maritime and United
Slates points. Tills train carries
through standard sleeper to Chicago
via Dulutb and also through standard
steeper to Kelowna via Armstrong and
Vernon.
Summer Steamship Service from
Vancouver
Alaska sailings every Monday 8.00
p.m. via Prince Rupert,
Prince Rupert, Anyox and Stewart
sailings every Wednesday and Saturday at 8.00 p.m,
Weekly sailings to Queen Charlotte
Islands.
Severe storm
puts 90
telephones out
of order
Telephone service In North
Vancouver and district suffered on August 18, when lightning and rain put 90 telephones ont of order.
Lightning struck a 100-pair
aerial cable, burning through
the metal sheaf in eight or
ten places, and caused a suspension of service on 65 telephones. On the same day rain
penetrated thc sheath of another 100-pair cable, putting
25 telephones out of service,
Another example of thc
trouble with which telephone
men have to contend in their
efforts to maintain service.
B. C. TELEPHONE CO.
Never   Before
Such Low Prices on the Quality
Electrical Appliance
HOTPOINT
The New Hotpoint Iron $ 4.95
Waffle Iron  $14.50
Toaster  $ 7.00
sold by
Cumberland Electric
Lighting Co., Ltd.
1  xissssBasisarar&ras^^
Cumberland and Union
Waterworks  Co.,  Ltd.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL PLUMBING
AND REPAIR WORK.
Phone 75
A. B. CLINTON, Manager.
aesrarseBMMwaawaBMeHMoc^^
8
I Margaret R. Mitchell
tl L.A.B.
fl      Teacher of Pianoforte
and Theory
TERM COMMENCES
SEPTEMBER 9th
Telephone 180 — Residence 207
Derwent Avenue
osnaanaaanaaaann
Inter-City Rapid Transit
FAST THROUGH FREIGHT SERVICE
Cumberland to Victoria and Way Points
sEaMens*** -»• "•■' ♦ ■ sm : we mscsswzzme
I.enven Victoria Tuesday NJglit—Leaves Cumberland
Wednesday   Noon.
PHONE CUMBERLAND 77
VICTORIA PHONE 74S2
Furniture Moving a Specialty—let us quote you a price
24— -TELEPHONE 100
TAXI
Charlie Dalton
Meets Boat at Union Bay Every
Sunday Morning
A School For Little Children
will be opened in Cumberland in September
Hours: 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Daily
NOTICE OF DATE AND PLACE GIVEN LATER
English   Subjects,   Drill,   Kindergarten   Games   and
Occupations
ELLEN C. WATSON, COMOX P.O.
SURE!
Ma gives
the children
Comox Jersey Ice Cream
"Because it is so rich in pure Cream." But the children
are more interested in the cold, smooth, tastiness of
Jersey Ice Cream and so will you be once you sit down
to enjoy this wonderful treat.
AT YOUR FAVORITE VENDORS
Comox Creamery Association
Courtenay, B. C. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER lit",  1029
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, RC.
if
Minto
A:  tr a stay ot six weeks on the
arm. Mrs. Jack Stalker and baby Vera
Vancouver   where   she   will  spend   a
couple of weeks among friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Wain spent the
last few days In Vancouver, returning
,. ,   .. o   j _,, on Thursday,
.eft la it Sunday, spending a few days
ln Van louver and Calgary on the re-     While loading a waggon last week,
turn Jot mey to Winnipeg. ! Mr. Thomas Peorse had the misfortune
ani Mrs. Burford and sons re- E ™„'"" "* l"^ Ke ™ ronder
turned to Vancouver on Saturday af ter j It ™Z ^ fZ ' fT" °f h°UrS
being the gmsts of Mr. and Mrs. D Ct " t   JTT, , ^^
Morgan for a few days. Jj^ ar0 P'eaSed t0 sec hlm Jb°ut
After spading a fewweeks with her j    M„,   Nellle   Pearse   has   movod
on. Mr.  O   Fletcher   Mrs. Nohl has j Cumberland from the little cottage.
left for her home in Nelson.   Mr. and!
Union Bay
PAGE THREE
i;
Mrs. Fletcher accompanied her as far
as Victoria.
Mrs. E. Carter left last Sunday for
Automobile Side  Curtains Repaired
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Also Harness Repairs
E. L. SAUNDERS
THE FAMILY SHOE REPAIRERS
STAR LIVERY STABLE
ALEX MAXWELL, Proprietor.
Autos for Hire.   Coal and Wood Hauling given very
prompt nltcntion.   Furniture and Piano
Storage if desired.
Phones 4 and 61
Cumberland, B.C.
THIS MILK IS
MADE IN
BRITISH COLUMBIA
That is one reason
for buying it—another is that its
double richness improves every dish in
which it is used.
May we send you,
free, our illustrated
recipe book? Write
VANCOUVER .
Mrs. Sharpies has been spending a
Tew days amongst friends in Nanaimo,
but Is expected home Thursday.
The Valley boys' baseball team played a tea min Cumberland last Friday
and won the game 11 to 6.
Mr. Smith, principal of thc school,
arrived from Vancouver on Monday to
begin his third term with us.
Mr. Wilfred Smith and his mother,
from Little River, were visitors on Sat
urday last to Mr. and Mrs. T. Pearse.
Mrs. Harmison and children left for
Prince Rupert on Saturday in time for
opening of school, after spending a
few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Hugh
MlUer.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Alder, of Ta-1 j
coma, Wash., were visitors in town ! !
during the week, the guests of Mr. and i ;
Mrs. D, N. Haggart. '
Mr. Garth Kirkwood and Mr. Jack
Strelght returned to Powell River on
Wednesday after spending a few days |
in town.
HEALTH SERVICE
ofthe
:
Canadian Medical Association
The Asahi (Japanese) Baseball Team
of Vancouver, will be here on Sunday
and will play two games with the Courtenay team, the first of which will be
at 1 o'clock at Cumberland and thc
second at 4:30 o'clock at Courtenay.
Mrs. Wm. Auchinvole is visiting in
Aberdeen, Wash.
After spending the past week in
Vancouver, Miss Ellen Magnone and
Miss Laura Brown returned home on
Friday.
Mrs. Cecil Stubbs. of Nanaimo, and
Mrs. H. Vealc, of Victoria, arc .spending a week in town, the guests oi their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. ll. Haggart,
Mr. George Walker was a visitor to
Vancouver during tlio week.
Mrs. J. Fulcher spent the week-end
in Vancouver.
After spending the pasl two weeks
in Vancouver, Mr. Ivor Lewis returned
home on Monday.
Mr. Bert Adair was a visitor in town
during the week, ihe guest of Mrs. E.
McKay.
Thc Misses Mamie and Gertie Peter..
left on Monday for their home in Vancouver.
Mr. Ted Searle spent the week-end
in town, the guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. T. Searle.
Questions concerning Health, addressed to tlie Canadian Medical
Association, 184, College St., Toronto, will lie answered personally
by correspondence.
Why Be Vaccinated?
denio
amall pox is
breaks occur from time to time. These
outbreaks, as in tlie case of the other
communicable diseases, vary greatly
in severity. Sometimes the cases are
mild and few deaths take place; at
otiier times, tho cases are severe and
a number of death occur.
Recent   successful   vaccination   is
the   only   known   method   by   which
lot  to
dis-
alease to which anyone Is apt to be
exposed.    There  are   those   who  say
um    which   also   perraanetty   Bears I thai  they will defer having ft dona
nnd dlBflgures, to a greater or less, until  there li
extent, those who survive the attacks i persons ha .  „_ ,
Hefore   vaccination   was   Introduced, will  not he among the first victim.!
smallpox was a disease of childhood;   of  the
then as common as measles is |
disease to which the adjective "loath- smallpox can he prevented. Not
some may be fairly applied. Jt is a be vaccinated Isto gamble with a. i
disease   which   not   only   destrovs   n i«««-  *« «■ > ■ ;
number   of   those
but     which
only  tlestroyi
whom   ii   attacks,
Isan   epidemic,   hut  such
persons have no assurance that they
it  wa
at   thai   time   who   wc
marked.and  about one
was due io smallpox,
ihe year 1798,
Sine
Gtinjberlai^d
Hotel
ACCOMMODATION THE BEST
Rooms Steam Heated
W. .UEKR1FIELD, Prop.
[Commercial
\ litodg jmrtern
Kates
Reason-* li k-
Thursday-Friday-Saturday, Sept. 5-6-7
JACK HOLT in
"Submarine"
with Ralph Graves and Dorothy Revier
Educational!  Entertaining!  Mighty Drama of the Under Seas!
******* '    Monday and
Tuesday
September 9 and 10
DOLORES
DEL RIO
in
"The RED
DANCE"
with
CHARLES FARELL
From Ihe Salt Mines of Russia to
the Palace of the Czar she danced
her way to power.
Friday and Saturday
I September 13th and 14th
George Sydney
in
iCOHENS AND KELLYS
I    IN ATLANTIC CITY
I "The Cohens and Kellys" was good;
I "The Cohens and Kellys in Paris"
| was better; and now	
The GEM
BARBER SHOP
Opposite Ilo-Ilo Theatre
Cumberland, B. C.
ALBERT EVANS
Practical Barber & Hairdresser.
Children's hair cut any style S5c
Ladles' hair cut any style 60c
Golf Notes
The ladies of the Courtenay Goli
Club are looking forward with keen
interest to the Mixed Foursome on
Wednesday, September  11th.
The annual meeting of the Ladies
Golf Club will be held on Saturday
afternoon, September 14th, at the
Club House.
A Tombstone competition will be
played the same afternoon, commenc
ing at 2 o'clock.
pldemlc and  that  they will
not.   therefore   .have   any   tlmo   In
t few persons j which to secure the protection which
re  noi   pock-J vaccination offers.   These same per-
death  in  ten sons are also rather selfish, because
they  are  relying  upon   their  nelgh-
When   vaccln-   hours   helng   vaccinated,   thus   imli-
atlon was given to the world by Jen-|rectly    protecting    them    from    the
tier, a greal change hau been gradu- chance of exposure to the disease.
illy effected.   In those centres where     We  repeat  that   recent  successful
vaccination    has    been    consistently vaccination is the only known method
carried out, smallpox has practically for    the    prevention  o f    smallpox.
disappeared; in oilier places where It. ■ Smallpox can bo couquered  through
has not been  thoroughly used, out- {vaccination.
Receipts Of Fall Fair In
Excess Of Last Year's
Large Crowd Enjoys the Varied
Exhibits and Fine Sports
Programme
Comox
Margaret and Dorothy Walsh
returned on Tuesday to Vancouver
where the ynre attending St. Helen's
Academy.
Capt. C. Nordin resumed his duties
I on the S. S. Joyful on Wednesday af-
i ter enjoying a very pleasant holiday.
Miss Hilda Smith, of Victoria, is
i spending a holiday with lu*r parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith.
Miss C. Corker, R.N.. of Vancouver.
is the guest of her parents at the Vicarage.
Lumber
In every sorts of building materials.
MOULDINGS.
WINDOWS   DOORS,
SHINGLES,
KILN  DRIED   FLOORINGS
AND FURNISHNU9.
WE DELIVER TO ANYWHERE IN SHOUT
NOTICE WITH REASONABLE CHARGES.
Royston Lumber Co.
Limited
CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PHONES J Is'leht calls: 134X Courl(M,"y
'   | Office:   159 Cumberland.
Actual receipts at the Courtenay
Fair held on Monday last, Labor Day.
totalled $738.86 as against $687.90 last
year, proof conclusive thai ihe day
chosen Labor Day, was a much more
suitable day than a mid-week day as
has heen the case for a number of
years. .Many of the residents of the
valley raised tho question of whether
Labor Day waH a good day io hold
the fall fair or uot. The gate receipts of last Monday Indicate thai
the directors made uo mistake In
choosing the holiday date.
All arrangements Tor the comfort
and accommodation of the exhibitors
was about perfect, and many really
good exhibits were noticed, more es-
peslally in the hall exhibits. There
appeared to he a decided r.tiling ofl
in the number of stock exhibits; the
same applying to the poultry exhibits.
Fruits and (lowers again were very
prominently displayed, these two sections having made considerable headway during the past few years.
A notable attraction at the fan
was the tent housing the Women's
Institute exhibits. Denman. Hornby
end Comox being represented, -the
Judges placing these institutes in order named.
AI about 2 o'clock tlie fair was
officially declared open by Dr. G. Kerr
MacNaughton, M.L.A., who congratulated the directors on the excellent
arrangements made for 'lie comfort
and convenience of both exhibitors
and patrons.    He had one disappoint-
SCOTTISH LAUNDRY
FIRST CLASS WHITE
LAUNDRY SERVICE
Dyers and Dry Cleaners
Special family laundry rate.
Orders left at the Ritz Cafe,
'phone 150, Cumberland will receive prompt attention. A trial
order will convince you.
Telephones: Courtonay, 226
Cumberland 150
ment, however to record, and that
was in the matter of tlie baby show.
He would very much have liked them
to include one in this year's fair, but
he had been told the directors had
said they could not find a man brave
enough to undertake the judging. He
had looked over the various exhibits
and was mighty proud of the many
beautiful things exhibited, especially
praising the fine work displayed by
the   Women's   Institutes.
In addition to the various stock,
fruit, flowers ami vegetables on exhibition,a large and varied sports programme had heen arranged. Housie-
Housle, run by Jim Wilcox attracted
a large number of patrons throughout
the day. "Jim" reporting big business.
Log rolling by the Baikle Bros, also
attracted a number of interested ones,
also did the baseball games, tlie
bucking bronchos. Mill Douglas running the "rolling-pin" throwing com-
petillon also reported good fun and
of business. A novel competition
In the form of calling "Henry" also
drew many entries ami caused lots
of merriment. Keen competition was
also witnessed in the Highland dancing, the following helng returned Ihe
winners:
Seniors
Sword Dance—1st, Sadie Trotter; 2nd
Helen Morrison; 3rd. Margaret Brown.
Highland Fling—1st, Margaret Brown
2nd. Sadie Trotter; 3rd. Mary Stewart.
Sean Truibhas—1st. Margaret Brown;
2nd. Helen Morrison; 3rd. Sadie Trotter.
KING GEORGE HOTEL
Good Service
Reasonable ChargoB
CENT H ALLY   L O C A T ED
Juniors
Sword Dance— 1st, Wilda Handlen;
2nd, Dorothy Brown:  3rd. Beryl Bell.
Highland Fling—lst, Wilda Handlen
2nd, Dorothy Brown; 3rd. Beryl Bell.
Sean Trtiibhas-lsl. Wilda Handlen;
2nd, Dorothy Brown;  3rd. Beryl Bell.
The committee in charge of this
event wish to thank all who so generously assisted, financially and otherwise.
In the evening a monster dance was
held ;it which a large number attended, rounding off one of the best
days thc Courtenay Fall Fair directors have ever had.
Wednesday and Thursday 1
September 11th and 12th
|     Milton Sills   in
I "The Crash"
8
" The   Entertainment   Limited,   with
Milton Sills at tha Throttle.
i        .        .
I
COMING! Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept, 19, 20 and 21, Robert
W. Service s story of the Klondike Gold Rush, "THE TRAIL OF '98"
seaaesoBjaeae««al=e«t='3'
TWO   SHOWS
7 and 9 p.m.
Ilo-Ilo Theatre Cumberland
^CONFEDERATION
Daily from VANCOUVIR lo TORONfC
THE splendid appointments
of the CONFEDERATION
afford luxurious relaxation.
Serving all the principal cities
on the prairies, this last word in
modern rail express fulfills every
desire for speed and comfort
Through Ihe
awe-inspiring
Fraser Canyon
in daylight.
[mm
Fanny Hay
Miss Myrtle Larson, of Vancouver,
Spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Larson.
Miss Vivian Munday ha*- returned
to Vancouver
Mr. Arthur Hastings, oi Vancouver,
visited his parents. Mr, and Mrs. j. r.
Hastings here over the week-end.
Miss Edith Larson li ft on Monday
to attend High School in Vancouver.
Miss C. Swan and Mrs Bryden motored to Victoria last week
Miss C. Walker has gone-to Erick-
sori to teach In the Junior School
Room there.
DR. W. BRUCE GORDON
Dental Surgeon
Office Cor. of Dunsmuir Ave.
Opposite   Ilo-Ilo Theatre
CUMBERLAND, B.C,
A Ll- STI.J.I. tqulprMKit*
* ■ mdlo md Um •oiKU
famoiu i. N ft Prmonil
Stnict
"Continental Umiia J9
HOtUlll   Uttllytl *>5»|> -a.
Canadian National
Further Information from K. W. Illrkli', telephone US, Cairiberlunil, IM.
nrlt* C. F. F.iirlo, District  I'lisscmjer Agnnl,  Victoria, IM',
P. P. Harrison
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Main OfTIco
Courlenay phone  253
Local OITIce
Cumberland llotul In Evenings
Telephone u&it or 24 PAGE FOUR
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER Bin. 1929
Cumberland Personals
95c
95c
; | Mr. and Mrs. J. Quinn and daughter
! | spent the week end in Nanaimo
; ! where Mr. Quinn competed in the first
! i aid   contests    winning   the   one-man '
-Special-
For SATURDAY"  we  will  have  our  large  window
crowded with extra specials all at one price	
95c
DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Dressesand waists, boys' sweaters, towels and many
other clearing specials.
SUTHERLAND'S
Dry Goods Store
l!3S3&£SSSl£Slelz^^
FOR SERVICE — LATEST SANITARY METHODS
visit
The Central
barber Shop
Next to Shorty's Pool Room A. GATZ, Prop.
For Ladies and Gents.
Moderate Prices Cumberland, B.C.
RILEY'S TRANSFER
Orders left at Henderson's Candy Store will receive
iW     PROMPT ATTENTION     "^tS
David Hunden, Jr.
COAL     —     GENERAL HAULING     —     WOOD
of all descriptions
Mr.  and  Mrs. Norman  Teskey, of,    Mr. and  MrB. W. Milligan, of Vic
Port Alberni, were visitors to the dis-   toria were visitors to Cumberland for
trict on Monday . ' Labor   Day   holiday,   motoring   back
• • • to the capital on  Monday night with
Mr.   II.   B,   Murray,   who   has   just  Mr* Iiob BeES*
been appointed principal of the Port] •    *    •
Alberni  public  school   was  a visitor      Mr.  and  Airs.  Alex  Rowan  left  oil
to Cumberland at the week end. I Saturday for their home in Port Al-
■   •    • .berni after .spending a vacation with
Miss Annie Beveridge spent the La- j Mr.   Thomas   Bannerman,   father   of
bor Day holiday in Nanaimo. I Mr.s. Rowan.
Mr. J. Reeves and Miss Jean Gra-
, ham, of Vancouver, accompanied by
Mrs. J. Halloran and daughter Annie,
| of Nanaimo. visited with Mr. and Mrs.
1 Thomas Graham on Sunday.
* •    •
Mrs. Helen Low, of the Five Acres,
Nanaimo. is visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Graham.
Mr. J. Vernon-Jones left on Satur-
' day for Vancouver returning Tues-
; day.
* *    *
I Miss Gwen Emily returned on Bat-
I urday  from a  month's vacation.
a      a      a
I Mr. Alax Strang of Qualicum spent
ithe week-end in Cumberland.
* i      a
| Miss Annie Beveridge was in Na-
| naimo during the week end.
• •   •
I Misses Barbara Westfleld and Viola
Reese spent the week end in Nanaimo.
I *    *    *
[    Miss G.  McFadyen left on Monday
morning for Vancouver where she will
enter thc Vancouver General Hospital
as a probationer.
• •    #
Mr. nnd Mr.s. A. Clark and family
spent the week end in Ladysmith.
Mr. and Mrs. Tweed hope and son
end.
Mr. and Mrs. Littler spent Saturday and Sunday in Nanaimo.
• •    •
Messrs. Wm. Bennie and T. Dunn
were visitors to Nanaimo during the
week end.
• •    •
Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregson of Ladysmith spent the week-end in town, the
guest of Mrs. D. Hunden.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Davis and family
motored to Nanaimo River on Sunday.
a     a     a
Miss Beecroft of the Cumberland
Hospital staff has resigned her position and left on Sunday for Powell
River where she will visit her brother
before making the trip to her home in
the Old Country.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallos of Portland, Ore., arc visiting Mrs. Frank
Dallos.
• *    •
Mr. Thomas Graham and two sons
Morton and Colville returned from
Victoria on Thursday list.
• •    t
Mrs. Phillip Rowe of Nanaimo spent
the week end with her sister, Mrs. E.
W. Bickle.
• •    *
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Davidson of Victoria arrived on Saturday to visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graham.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Farmer of Seattle accompanied by Mrs. Stevenson
arrived in town on Friday to spend
three or four days.
Miss Margaret Redford who has
visiting Miss Blanche Dando returned! o her home in Alberni on Sunday.
• *    •
Miss Constance Bird of Vancouver
is visiting Mrs. Win. Brown.
a      a     a
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thompson left on
Sunday for Aberdeen, Washington,
where they will spend a short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and daughter,
May, of Seattle arc renewing acquaintances in town.
t • •
Miss Katherlne Brown returned
from a visit to the mainland on Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams were visitors to Nanaimo over the week end.
Mrs. J. Fraser, of San Francisco
who is a visitor iu Cumberland in
company with Mrs. D. MeRiae and
Mrs. Gordon, of Cumberland motored to Campbell River during the
week.
Mr. "Billy" Kennedy who at one
time was manager of the Bevan Lumber Company's mill at Bevan and a
well known amateur sculler is now
employed hy the British Government
In  the  Malay  Stales.
Anyone desirous of attending the
consecration of the new Cathedral at
Victoria which will be performed by
the Bishop of Winchester ou September thc 28th is asked to get In touch
with the Rev. B, (). Uohathan as accommodation will lie limited.
* • •
I    Mrs.  MeNaines and daughter Joan.
; of Kerrlsdale, after visiting Mrs, Mo-
; Names' mother .Mrs, K. Brown, returned  t"  the  mainland  during  the
i week.
• *    •
Invitations   have  bcen  sent  out  to
the primers at the north end of the
Island o attend the big banquet to be
i held  ut the Empress  Hotel  on  Sun-
! day, September the 8th, when It ts
expected 1,000 guests will lie present
at what will be known as "Canada"
day of the convention  of the mem-
' bers of tlie International Typographical Union.    The convention is being
I held In Seattle and Sunday. September 8th   was  set  aside for a trip to
| Victoria.
. . .
I The Sunday School of the Cumber-
j land United Church will re-open on
Sunday. September the 8th at 1:30,
•    •    •
A number of the members of the
Nanaimo Gun Club visited Cumberland on Wednesday afternoon and
enjoyed a friendly shoot with members of the local Rod and Gun Club.
Some real good shooting was witnessed witli \V. McLellan, Jr., of
Cumberland obtaining the honors. A
jovial time was spent by the visitors
after the shoot, being entertained by
the local members. The return journey was made to N'anaimo by car on
Wednesday night.
* •     •
Mrs. H, Johnson and daughter, ot
event.
Messrs. Bert Wilcock and George
Sheppard spent the week end on a I
fishing trip to Hornby Island.
i
Mr. Findlay MacKiniiin was a vis-
itor in town over the week end.
• *   •
j Miss Lillian McMillan returned to
her home in Nanaimo after spending
a short holiday with Miss Katherlne
Brown.
Mrs, J. Derbyshire and daughter
spent the week end in Nanaimo.
• a    a
' MlsH Barbara Westfleld ami Miss
Viola Reese returned home Tuesday
after spending  the  week  end  In  Na-
| naimo.
I * * '
j     Mrs.   T.   Conti   was   a   vhdnr   to
Vancouver nt Ibe week end.
Messrs. Wnlter and Norman Richards spent the week end at South
Wellington,
• • •
The   Misses   Katie  and  Josle   Bono
left for Vancouver on Monday where
they will spend a short vacation.
•     •    *
Mis* Katie Bartoldl arrived home
on Thursday after spending the past
two weeks in Vancouver.
Miss Loggie. who has been thp guos;
of Dr. and Mrs. G. K. MacNaughton
returned  to  her  homo  in  Vancouver
on Monday.
• • •
Mr. W. MacFarlane of the staff of
the Cumberland Branch of the Roya
Bank of Canada is spending a vaca
tion in Vancouver.
N'anaimo. an
of Vancouve
B. Whitehead
guests of Mr
a  few days.
Mr.   Gordon   Brightn.
accompanied by Mrs.
of Victoria, were the
aud Mrs. Merrifield for
First in the Field
-once more
Miss Jessie Smith of Nanaimo and
Mr. C. Bennett, of Prince Rupert who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mim.
Merrifield at their summer home at
Royston left for Nanaimo on Monday.
*    *.   *
Mr. Fred Martin and Mr. A. Maxwell were visitors to Port Alberni
over the holiday.
Mr. Walter Jones, of Ladysmith,
who is conceded to be quite an Oyster
expert was in the district on Sunday
last. He looked over the ground at
Fanny Bay with a view of developing his oyster business by planting
more of the beds.
a      a      a
Marocchi Bros., of Cumberland,
have written to Courtenay council
pro! est Ing that they were not peddlers and objecting to paying the
fifty dollars licence fee. For many
years, Marocchi's has been a household word in Courtonay and district
and have always delivered bread b
Courtenay on a ten dollar license.
The council decided to turn tho matter over to the city solicitor.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Pattlnson and
Mr. Pete Shearer who have heen vis-
It ing Mrs. Shearer, Sr., returned to
llietr   home   in   Alberta.
i Miss Barbara Martin and Mr. Henry
! Watson wore two of the Cumberland
1 athletes competing at the Port Al-
I hern! spot's on Labor Bay and gave
a good account of themselves, figui
ing very prominetly in several rnces.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Keenan. were visitors to Nanaimo over tho week end
I motoring   down   on   Saturday   raorn-
: ing   last,
...
|     Miss   Daphne  Qanon   returned   to
' Cumberland on Monday to take up her
duties as domestic science teacher.
I a     *     *
Mr. and Mrs. G. Apps and familt
returned to town after spending tbe
past two  mouths  in  the Fraser  Val-
j ley.
*    •    *
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Saunders and
family attended the Mine Rescue
Meet In Niinnlmo
Mrs. "Tommy' Bourne, of Vancnu-
! ver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
j Stevens of Cumberland and who is a
! member of the Tyee club of Rritish
I Columbia landed a 53 lb. Tyee last
I week. Mr. and Mrs. Bourne and Mr.
laid Mrs. Stevens Brown are enjoying
I the fishing at Campbell River.
I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cavin were
visitors  to  N'anaimo overthe holiday
MRS. L. H. FINCH       |
t Teacher of Pianforte and |
Theory *)
Term commences Sept. 9th
„ „.„.  «
f examinations.
Phone 60
Cumberland
Wo arc very pleased tn ho able tn announce that wo
have received samples of thu most-up-to-date Christmas Cards in our business career, Wo can truthfully
say that wo aro tho very first in tho district to receive
thorn—proof conclusive that tho WE LEAD ALWAYS
Sample Books will be    >
cheerfully submitted
The Cumberland Islander
Just telephone 36 or call at tho office
Cumberland Cronies'       1
Burns' Club
Whist Drive and
\dance;
I SATURDAY,  SEIT.  7TH
♦ G.W.V.A.   Hall*
Whlst   S-10
Admission:   Whlst   2m",   Dance
Ladles 2fic. Gentlemen 60c.
♦
Dancing  10-12 i
Refreshments Served
IF   VOU   WANT
to treat your family to a luscious, wholesome meal purchase of us a roast, steak or
chops. Wo are purveyors de
luxe to the discriminating appetites of this town.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Pbonp   111 We   Deliver
The BEST
SPECIALS we
have ever
offered
For this
SATURDAY
1 dozen large Pears
1 dozen Oranges
1 dozen Peaches
:i lbs. of Apples
$1.00
Phone 98
1 tb. of Mixed Fancy Biscuits
1 16-oz. bottle Strawberry Jam
Vi .lb. Chateu Cheese
3 packets Nu Jell
$1.00
The
DAIRY
Phone 98
v' ■«J/;   i
. v ?A*h
Only in pictures can
you prove that story
about  the  record   catch.
Take a Brownie.
Drop in before Saturday
Next week-end you'll have a lot of fun—take
along a Brownie and you'll bring it all back.
You'll find a salesman here to show you just how
simple picture-making is with a Hrownie—drop in before Saturday and get fixed up for tlie best time ever.
Developing and printing oj the quality kind
Lang's Drug Store
"It Paus io deal al Lang's"
Mr. Max Blunt ot Nanaimo was In KOI!   SALK  —   HARLEY-DAVIDSON
town tor Hie holiday nml stated lir Twin   Motor Cycle, complete with
Is looking forward to a very active 8.,"?-cnl\  "' ">!-*'!<* '"""'"R ""ler.
badminton  season.
siilc-car.
A  bargain at  $200 cash.    Apply
O.  Box 664, Cumberland, B.C.
Mrs. Stant, Danny and Charlotte
are spending a vacation in Seattle.     ,
Mr. Walter James ol' Ladysmlth
wasa guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
Cavin iluringthe week.
FOR SALE—PURE BRED JKH.SEV
Cow. Freshens first week of October. First class. Apply Llddle,
Sandwick,  B.C..  Phone   152X:
FOR QUICK SALK-PIANO, PRAC-
tically new. ln Al Shape; cost
$485. For Quick Sale will soil fur
$2!l5.tHI.    Apply at   Islander Office.
FOR SALE—OR TRADE FOR HOUSE
In Cumberland, twelve acres wilh
house and Iwrn. Apply W. Devoy,
Cumberland. It
GOVERNMENT LHJl'OR ACT
Notice uf Application for Coiiftent to
Transfer Beer License
Notice Is hereby given that, on the
2Sth day of September, next the undersigned intends to apply to the Liquor Conrtol Board for consent to
transfer beer licence No, 1253 and Issued in respect of premises being
part of a building known as Waverley
Hotel, situate at Dunsmuir Avenue,
Cumberland, upon tbe lands described
as lot No. 2, block No. tf. Map No. 522,
Laud Registration District, in the
Province °f Hritish Columbia from
Executor of the late Frank Dallos
to George Spencer of Courlenay, B.C.
Dated at Cumberland. B.C., this 4th
day of September, 11)28.
(Signed)    George Spencer,
.tfi-.t!"       (Signed)    Dumonica   Dallos.
|   P.D.Q. Daily Freight Line
j! Courtenay to Nanaimo
|: AND ALL WAY POINTS
Leave Courenay 9 a.m., returning from Nanaimo the
same day.   Connections made at Nanaimo with
Victoria and Port Alberni Stages.
WE CARRY ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING
—Furniture Moving a Specialty—
—PHONES—
Courtenay  178;   Cumberland   77;   Qualicum   G4It;   Nanaimo  .1
sawasam   -a*   -as-   •♦-   -m   ■*►   ■*-   -*-. .'■♦•:::••♦•;
Cake Like Mother
Used To Make
Do you remember those oh-so-delicious cakesand pies
that Mother made with such wonderful skill? You
bet your sweet life you do. (Who could forget them!)
Our bakers can duplicate the dandy desserts of yesteryear.   Try our SATURDAY SPECIALS:
SATirilllAY SPECIALS
Cualurd PIgs Halted to Order.
Lemon  Plea Lemon Tart.
Apple   PIoh Retain   Plea
Mann's Bakery
i
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T5«n«Mes«eKS«««aa«M^«esr^
Wait!!
Cumberland
Before placing your order for GROCERIES, call at
MUMFORD'S and see just what you are getting for
your money.   High Class groceries at reasonable
prices is our boast and you can be sure . . .
"If You Get it at Mumford's It's Good"
Mumford's Grocery
Phone 71 Deliveries Daily

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