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Array HE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER
ni
With which Is consolidated the Cumberland Hew*.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 1«,
CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA    FORTY-FOURTH YEAR-No. 42.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
WE NEED A CHANGE VOTE FOR COLDICUTT
Enthusiastic
Reception For
A. W. Neill
COURTENAY, Oct. 14—There was
a large attendance In the Gaiety Theatre on Tuesday night to hear the ad-
drees ot Mr. A. W. Neill, the Independent candidate tor the Comox-Alberni
riding ln the Dominion Parliament.
The platform was also occupied by
Mr. W. A. Urquhart, who was chairman on this occasion, and who Introduced Mr .Neill to the audience, and
Mesore. R. U. Hurford, J. W. MoKen-
xle, jr., and Alec CMand. In his Introductory remarks, the chairman
brought to the minds of those present
how that Mr. Neill had spoken to them
In Ihe same place four years previously, and how since then Mr. Neill had
become an outstanding member In
tlie Federal House.
In opening his remarks, Mr. Neill
said that an Independent candidate
had a hard row to hoe, and the work
was rery far from being all beer and
skittles. He spent some time In explaining his actions during the last
tour years as member ln the House
with a rlew of proving his independence. The real test of an Independent member was, he thought, by the
non-payment of election campaign
expenses from party funds, and the
non-attendance of party caucus. Referring 4o the Hon. Arthur Melghen's
adtertlaed visit to the district which
did not materialise, he expressed regret that the leader of the Conservative Party did not come to this district
because he would hare spoken as to
my Integrity and sincerity ln the
house, said the speaker and added
"Mr. Meighen would doubtless have
attacked me but tt would have been
in a very different way to that of Mr.
Ladner," whose attack the speaker
(Continued on Page Fire)
CUMBERLAND U. F. C.
DANCES POPULAR
The dances held in the Ilo-
llo every Saturday night under
the auspices of tbe Cumberland
United Football Club are proving very popular. A large number of out-of-town visitors were
noticed at the last danco and lt
Is confidently expected that
these popular Saturday night
affairs will be the center of attraction for the whole district.
A flue dancing floor, first class
music, hall heated it necessary
and the cheapest dance In the
whole district, Cents. SOc. aud
Ladles 10c. Dancing until mid
night. Make a note ot the time
and place, every Saturday night
at the Ilo-llo Hall, Cumberland
Cumberland United Pile
Up Large Score; Win 8=1
FOWLER SHOWS HOW RIGHT WING POSITION SHOULD
BE PLAYED—MONAGH AN   ALSO   BRILLIANT
REGULAR MEETING
OF P. T. A. MONDAY
TO RAISE FINANCES
BY NOVEL SCHEME
To play the game of basketball, the
winter sport that la so popular In
Cumberland, one must first procure a
hall—and that Is where the Cumberland Basketball Association Is stuck.
The finances of the Association are
practically nil at the present moment
•nd will be until the gate receipts are
received from the season's .first game.
Without a ball there will be no game
—and no gate receipts.
To try to raise the necessary "shekels" a committee of five met at the
Athletic Club Wednesday evening and
after much weeping and walling and
gnashing of teeth one of the members
hit upon a novel Idea which was Immediately accepted.    Here It Is:
What will be the total number of
rotes polled in the district ot Comox-
Alberni In the election to be held on
October 29 th?
No one wlll know the answer to
that question until after the complete
returns are filed with the returning
officer, but anyone can at least give
an estimate of what the total will be.
Here, then, Is the idea. Tickets, similar to ordinary raffle tickets, will be
printed and will sell for the aum of
ten cents each. Bach person buying
one will be entitled to write on the
stub his estimate of what the number
of votes will amount to. Attractive
eaeb prises will be given, one to the
person whose istlmate Is closest to
the actual number of votes polled,
•nd one to the person who has the
next nearest estimate. In order to
•void any confusion or unfairness the
contest will close at 0:00 p.m. on the
ttth. The polling booths close one
hour later, and the prise winners will
be made known as soon afterward as
la possible .
The regular monthly meeting of
the Parent-Teachers Association will
be held In the School ou the evening
of Monday the 18th, and parents and
teachers are invited to be on time.
Note that the hour haa been changed
to 7:30 for this meeting, as an experiment, so that those coming from a
distance can get home earlier.
The programme for Monday night
Is ln the hands of Dr. MacNaughton,
and an Invitation is extended to every
parent to take an Interest in the welfare and education of their children.
Co-operation between teacher and
parents can make things go better
along those lines, and the more Interest taken In school affairs the eaaler
R ls tor both parents and teachers.
An opportunity to meet the teachers that are Imparting knowledge to
yoar ehlldrou ought to be welcomed
by every parent who has a child at
school.
Cumberland   forwards   went  on   a
rampage   In   last   Saturday's   Pacific
Coast league game with St. Saviours,
*of   Vancouver,   and   before   the   full
ninety   minutes   had   rolled   around
they had chalked up a total of eight
goals to the Saints' one.   To one who
! did not see the game, such a lop-sided
score would give the impression that
the  Vancouver  team  was not In the
game at all—and the impression would
be a correct one.   With the exception
j of  the  early   pail   of   the first half,
| Cumberland   did   what   they wanted
J whenever  they  wanted, despite pre-
| dictions made before the game that
j the Saints would provide the stiffest
| opposition the local boys have no far
I encountered.
! GRAHAM 'CELEBRATES >
JIT SCORING THREE
j George Graham arrived ln town on
! Friday morning with his transfer pa-
i pers from St. Andrews correctly made
! out and was promptly given his old
I position at center-forward. Fqwler
' being shipped to the right-wing to
j take the place of Bannerman, who ls
still on the injured list. Graham is
I doubtless the best center in the Prov-
: Ince and he proved It on Saturday,
| celebrating his return to his old love
| by slipping In an even three of the
| total eight goals. True he and the
, other forwards had several misun-
| derstandlngs but a little more prac-
l tice together and another game will
'■ remedy that, or should.
Wedding Bells
McDonald — Dalby
A quiet wedding was solemnised on
Saturday afternoon in Holy Trinity
Church, the Rev. E. O. Robothan officiating, when Miss Floreen Dalby,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs .F. Dalby, I
of Royaton, became the bride of Mr. j
Hugh McDonald. The happy couple'
left for Ladysmith after Ihe ceremony.
Two Candidates
For Comox-Alberni
Only two candidates will be In the
field ln Comox-Alberni, these being
T. D. Coldicutt, Conservative, and A.
W. Neill, Independent. It waa expected that Mr. David Little, of Cumberland, would alao contest the seat as
a Labor candidate, but yesterday after
noon only the following two nominations were made:
THOMAS DAVID COLDICUTT, 820
Fltswllliam St., Nanaimo, manager
Union Stage Line; Ollicial agent, J.
R. Motion, Alberni. Supporters: W.
Duncan, Sandwick; Geo. O'Brien,
Cumberland; D. R. MacDonald, Cumberland; Len. D. Piket, Courtenay;
H. P. Millard, Courtenay; Theed Pearse, Courtenay; H. G. MacKinnon, Cum
berland; J. N. McLeod, Courtenay;
Cluny C. Luke, Alberni; S. G. Rose-
borough. Port Alberni; P. Rushton,
Parksvllle; R. H. Hodgson, millers;
John M. Roper, Cherry Creek, Alberni; A. W. Braddock, Errington; A. M.
Hilton, Royaton; E. J. Feary, Errington.
ALAN WEBSTER NEILL, merchant
Alberni; Ollicial agent, Lawrence A.
Hanna, Alberni. Supporters: Geo.
Forrest. Alberni; H. B. Currle. Alberni; W. E. Saggers. Ucluelet; W. Ford.
Coombs; R. J. Burde, Port Alberni;
C. A. McNaughton, Port Alberni; Alexander Guelette, Union Bay; Edgar
Thwaltea, Parksville; R. Taylor, Errington; A. N. Fraser, Qualicum; Cath
erlne Forrest, Alberni; C. Williams,
Laaquetl Island: H. A. MacDonald,
Sayward; J. L. Brown, Cumberland;
John Sutherland, Cumberland; R. U.
Hurford, Courtenay; John Reid, Union Bay; G. Muschamp, Union Bay;
Alexander Wain, Minto; H. L. Bates,
Cumberland; Sara Mary MacKinnon,
Cumberland; W. Y. Barker, Grantham
William Baikle, Denman Island; Jas.
English,   Campbelltown.
J FOWLER'S DISPLAY ON
WING WAS DAY'S SURPRISE
I
|    "Gloomy" Fowler was the surprise
I of the day for the fans and decidedly
• not an unpleasant one.   His perfor-
| manco  on   the   right-wing was little
j short of marvellous; his crosses were
| perfect, and his speed and control of
! the ball were wonderful.   He ls really
a  wing  man   and   Saturday's   game
proved  IL   Monaghan  turned  ln  his
usual faultless game as did nearly all
the remaining players with the exception of Stewart.     The latter wns 111
before he went on the Held and In addition tt must be remembered that he
has not played for some time.
On the field the players took their
positions as follows:
St. Saviours—Root;  Constable and
j Butcher;   Hogg.   Ross   and   Hendry;
j Moffat, Sinclair, Hammond, Coulter
and Howden.
Cumberland— Walkor; Mortimer
aud Itewart; Brake, Contl and Monaghan; Fowler, Plump, Graham, McDonald and Hitchens .
As soon as the first half started It
became evident that the game was to
be Cumberland's. For fully twenty
minutes the local forwards hardly left
the visitors' eighteen yard line but
try as they would they could not get
: the ball between the uprights. The
goalie, rioot, played the game of his
career but he was extremely lucky
In his punching and kicking. On one
occasion  Hitchens  was  In  the goal-
| mouth but kicked just a few Inches
I wide and  Monaghan grazed the bar
'■ with one of his famous  long shots.
| Fowler's kick luckily hit the goalie's
: knee and trickled over the line for a
' corner. Plump did manage to hit the
net, but on the outside, and Graham
I lifted yards high when he had an open
| goal staring him In the eyes.
■ the visitors' goal came 26 minutes
fidim thc start of play and was a fine
I piece of work on the part on Howden
| and Hammond, the latter converting.
! It waa the only time the visitors were
, really dangerous.
The set-back was just what the lo-
{ cal forwards needed for inside of 2
minutes Graham evened the count by
scoring the rebound of Fowler's cen-
i ter, which hit the upright.     A few
I minutes  trom  halt time he  did the
I trick again, this time from one of Hlt-
! chens'  crosses.
Very little can be said of the sec-
': ond half. It was all In favor of Cumberland and to give the mimes of the
players who scored the remaining 6
goals would be all that is necessary.
Hitchens headed In MacDonald's pass,
[ Contl came up and scored a low drive,
: Plump put In the fifth a few minutes
later, Graham added the sixth trom
a penalty shot given when Constable
slapped Ihe ball, and MacDonald ad-
:ded the seventh and eighth.
I Only one unpleasant Incident occurred, and this near the end of the
' game. Conti and Moffat came to blows
over  some  minor disagreement  and
! wero ordered oft the field. A.S. Jones
nf Union Bay. handled the whistle.
SCHOOL SURVEY
VOLUME ISSUED
Coincident with the arrival of delegates to the convention of the British
Columbia School Trustees Association
which met In Victoria yesterday anil
today, the Government Issued from
the King's Printer, the voluminous
report of the Educational Survey Com
mlslon of which Dr. J. H. Putnam, Inspector of Schools, Ottawa, and Dr.
George Weir, Professor of Education
In the University of British Columbia
were the members.
The publication now of the volume.
which runB Into 656 pages, with
numerous tables and appendices is
done to assist the trustees In their
deliberations. Three issues which
have always occupied a large share of
attention at the convention sessions.
Bible teaching in the schools, uniform
cost of text books and teachers salary
scales, are dealt with by the cotnmis-
loncrs at some length.
Most of the financial proposals, and
others of the numerous recommendations were summarized in the official
summary Issued on July 6 by the
Minister of Education, which has already been published. The Commls-
loners put the matter of religious Instruction up to the churches, by declaring that the vailous denominations must first agree upon the selection of a number of masterpieces
from the Bible.
Their proposal to reduce the Government grant on salaries, under conditions explained, would doubt less
create a strong fight by the municipalities, should the Legislature consider the recommendation.
Mrs. Eliza F. Banks. Chairman of
the Cumberland School Board, Is the
local delegate attending the Trustees
convention ln Victoria.
Football Club Dance In the Ilo-llo
Hall  Saturday night.   I):30-12.
Urgent Basketball
Meeting Called
. A very special meeting of the Cumberland Basketball Association will
be held In the Athletic Club on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock sharp.
Something unexpected has occurred
and It lu of the utmost Importance
that representatives of all teams lie
present.
SHOWER TENDERED
MRS. A. F. BROWNSEY
BASKETBALL SEASON OPENS
IN CUMBERLAND NOVEMBER 2
Football Club Dance In the Ilo-llo
Hall Saturday night.   9:30-1!.
A delightful surprise party was
held on Tuesday evening at the home
of MrB. L. Francescini, the event being the eleventh birthday of her son,
Alden. About thirty-four of his youthful  playmates  were present.
Many games were Indulged in. a
Jolly and profitable evening being enjoyed by all.
I    The first Monday In November will
j see the ollicial opening ot the 1926-26
Basketball   season   In   Cumberland,
; when four ladies teams and Iwo mens
! teams will take the floor ln the Band
I Hall for their first start in the new
| loagues.   Four separate leagues, two
i for each sex, will be run throughout
the season and on account of the large
number of teams entered It has been
found necessary to arrange the sched-
ulo so that three games wlll bo pro-
, vided the fans on onch playing eve-
i ning.  Mondays and  Thursdays.   One
' senior  ladles  and  one  senior  mens
: game will be played each evening and
I the intermediate men and ladles wlll
| play on alternate nights.
!    The hall has been thoroughly clcnn-
| ed and will be well heated so that runs
I need have no fear that they will have
I to sit with their ovet coats on.   Strict
I measures will also be taken to prevent a recurrence nf the rowdyism
that broke out occasionally last season amongst the more youthful fans,
both on playing and practice nights.
H. Stewart, referee during the latter
part of last year's schedule, wlll supply  the  wind  for  the whistle again
this year.
Following is the schedule for the
first two weeks of the coming season:
Nov. 2—High School versus Public
School (Intermediate ladles); P. D.
Q's versus Go Getters (senior ladles};
Doo Dads versus Owls (senior men).
Nov. 6—Hornets vs. Public School
(boys); Yellowjackets vs. P. D. Q's;
Rangers versus Doo Dads.
Nov. 9—Public School versus High
School (girls); Go Getters vs. Yellow
jackets; Owls vs. Rangers.
Nov. 12—Hornets vs. Counter Jumpers; P. D. Q's vs. Go Getters; Doo
Duds vs. Owls.
The complete schedule will be printed In a future Issue of the Islander.
"AUTUMN TEA"
The Ladles' Aid of Saint George's
United Church will hold an "Autumn
Tea" nt the home of Mrs. Geo. K.
McNaughton, on Wednesday. October
21st, from 3 to 6 o'clock.
A very pleasant time was spent on
Tuesday evening nt the home of Mrs.
Brownscy, when the ladles of Grace
United Church met and gave Mrs.
Brownsey a handkerchief shower on
Ihe occasion of her leaving the district. The evening wus pleasantly
spent In contests and musical Items,
tbe various prize winners being Mesdames Stevenson. Armstrong, Mitchell and H. Brown. A dainty huffct
supper was served after the games.
Among those present were Mesdames H. Mounce, Armstrong, Henderson, Mitchell sr.. M. Brown. II
Brown. Fouracre sr., Haywood. 0
Richardson, W. Illrd, J. Slant, Stevenson, C. O'Brien. Hughes, and Miss
Hayward.
Ladysmith Here
Sunday In P.C.
League Fixture
A Pacific Coast Football League
game of vital Interest to Cumberland
will lake place on the local ground
on Sunday nt 2.30 when the Ladysmith team will be here In an endeavor lo inflict on Cumberland their
lirst defeat of the season. The same
team that so decisively defeated St.
Saviours of Vancouver lust Saturday
will be in action for the game Sunday
tlie following being the llne-up;-
Wulker. Mortimer nml Slew-art. Monaghan, Conti and Brake. Fowler.
Plump. Graham. McDonald and Hitchens. Make a note of the time, 2.30
Sunday. October 18th. A. S. Jones, of
I'nlon  Bay will referee.
Sudden Death Of
Mr. A. Stenhouse
Mr. A. Stenhouse, of Courtenay
died suddenly at his home on Wednesday ufternoonabout a quarter to
Ive. Mr. and Mrs. Stenhouse only
returned from u visit to Scotland on
Saturday and Mr. Stenhouse looked
a::d said he never felt better In his
life, consequently when the news of
iiis death was known it came as a
great shock to all who had known
him. Left to mourn his loss besides
his widow are two Children, a girl
and a boy. Ills only other relations
are Mrs. Tom Herd, living at Royston
nnd a brother in Winnipeg, but he has
brothers and sisters surviving liim in
Scotland.
THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Miss Beatrice Bickle, of the Public
Scliool staff, left for Vancouver lust
Saturday morning.
Plan to hear Miss Theresa M. Sel-
gal In her presentation of Wluehell
Smith's comedy. "The Fortune Hunter," Tuesday, October 2Dth. nt 8:00
p.m. In Grace United ('hureh. The
story of a young man with no apparent talents who goes from the olty to
a small country town to win his fortune. He succeeds in a very unique
ami original way.
Reserve the afternoon of November
18th, to pay a visit to Ihe "Gift" stall
to be held by the Ladles' Aid in the
Church school room.
AtThe Ilo-llo
Following are the programs for
the coming week al tlie Ilo-llo.
Ou Monday and Tuesday evenings
Glen Hunter, Bessie Love and Hobnr;
Bosworth star in "The Silent Watcher," adapted from Mary Roberts Rlen-
hurt's sioiy. "The Altar on tho Hill."
Wednesday and Thursday wlll see
Tom Mix us tlie hero of "Dick Tur-
■ pin." In addition lo tiii« thrilling
tale of the World's mosl noted bandit,
episode 8 of the "Riddle Rider" will
be screened.
"The Dixie Handicap' lias I n secured for Friday and Saturday. Oct.
23 and 24, II is the swiftest racing
film of n generation and boasts such
noted actors ii- Claire Windsor, Frank
Keenan and  Lloyd  Hughes
Do li it  fail In see    The l-'nol" at the
ilo-llo this evening Thero wlll be
only one >how, commencing al 0:80.
'The Fool" »ill nisn in- shown m tomorrow's matinee, commencing at
2:" p.m. and nt the regular two shows
In the evening, the first of which he-
| gins at T:iiii p.m
School Report For Month Of September
Following Is the Cumberland Public School report for the month of
September, showing the percentages
of attendance and the various honor
card winners ln each of the thirteen
divisions. It will be noted that the
shield for the highest percentage of
attendance goes to Miss B. Dickie's
class with 98.62%. Taking the school
us u whole there were 334 pupils with
perfect attendance.
DIVISION   1
Percentage of attendance 98.36.
Honor roll—1. Harold Conrod, 2.
Stephen Jackson, 3. Norman Frolone,
4. Robert Osborne, 5. Eleanor Davis,
C. Fusae Suglmorl.
H. E. Murray. Teacher.
DIVISION  2
Percentage  of attendance 98.10.
Honor  roll—1. Tadno  Doi,  2. Lena
Merlettl,    3. Ping  Low.    4. Knthlecn
O'Brien. 6. Sarah Oyama und Snilako
Iwasa.
T. A.  Gallivan. Teacher.
DIVISION II
Percentage of attendance 97.6
Honor   roll—1. H.-iisiiiui   Miijahara.
2. Aida Mltsuyie, 3. Sarah  Lawrence.
4. Sarah  Young,  5. Annie  Brown, 6.
Mnrguerlte Herd.
I.   McFadyen,  Teacher.
DIVISION  4
Percentage of  attendance  97.4R.
Honor roll I Nina Shields, 2, III-
sako Nakano, :t. Kathorlne Brown, I
Camko Iwasa. S. Cyril Davis, 0. Hal-
sue MaUukura.
c. MacKinnon. Teacher.
DIVISION ,1
Percentage of attendance :i?""
Honor  roll   I. Lorna   Osborne,  *.'.
Bessie McLennan, 8. Jennlo Lawrence
-i. Archie  Welsh,    s Nellie Jackson,
6, Dllys Williams.
Edith   II I,   Teacher.
DIVISION  I!
Percentage of attendance 07.00
Honor roll Jr   0    I, Arnold Derbyshire. 2, Tommy Adamson, 8. Marlon
(Continued on Page Four) PAGE TWO
THE   CUMBERLAND   ISLANDER,   CUMBERLAND, B. C.
The Cumberland Islander
* PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT
CUMBERLAND, B.C.
EDWARD W. BICKLE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1925.
WILL SHE? Aha! French hair-dressers have
decreed the death of the bob, and
hundreds of thousands of Canadian and American
women are wondering if the decree can be executed. It is a good bet that the French hairdresser will win. The bobbed head has about
run its course and we find a number of ladies of
our acquaintance who are letting it grow and are
tucking it under on the sly.
Women are funny, aren't they?
FRIJMY.pCTOBER 16, 1926.
would live longer and our children could follow in
our pathway which would be plainly blazed out
with these hours of recreation.
HAPPY There are many people who think that
DAYS October is the finest month in all the
year, and will enjoy to the limit the
glorious, golden days of the next few weeks. A
rare beauty is in the brown October with its flaming woods and its frosty air. In fact, there is
beauty in gray November and snowy December,
and there is also business in the next three months. So let Us breathe deep of the snap'py fall
air, throw out our chests and step high. It is
great to be alive and well, to have a job and home
and a part in the work and welfare of a good town.
STEPPING       How quickly the people of today
ON   IT exhaust life.       With what pan
ting haste we pursue everything.
Every man and woman you meet seems to be late
for a train. Hurry is stamped in the wrinkles
of every face. We are men of action, we die
without it; we go faster and faster as the years
go by, speed our machinery to the utmost, stretch
the silver cord of life until it snaps. We have
not even time to die a natural death. Instead
of the lingering maladies of our fathers, we drop
down and die of heart failure and apoplexy.
Even death has adopted our terrible gait. If
we would spend a few hours romping with our
children or in the society of the home circle we
HOME     Our nature demands home.     It is the
first essential element of our social being, which cannot be complete without the home
I relations.      There would be no proper equilib-
I rium of life and character without the home influence.      The heart when bereaved and disappointed naturally turns for refuge to home life
|and sympathy.      There is a mother's love and
a father's influence, the loving brothers and sis-j
iters.      Oh, what is life without these?      Ourj
] habits, too, are under the moulding power of home /
!Every young woman should feel that just what!
! she is at home will appear abroad.       If she at-1
j tempts to appear otherwise, everybody will soon |
I see through the attempt.       All the duties and ;
| labors of home, when rightly understood, are so
i many means of improvement.      To love home
with a deep and abiding interest, with a view to
its elevating influence is to love truth and God.
The grand idea of home is a quiet, secluded spot
where loving hearts dwell, set apart and dedicated
to improvement .
SIGNS   of  the  TIMES
7
Cabinet Ministers
Taken   to  Flight
The Independent
Platform
1. In the event of the return to power of either a
Liberal or a Conservative government, the nominated
candidate will be pledged to support any constructive
legislation brought in by either party if it is in the
best interests of Comox-Alberni and British Columbia
generally.
2. Fisheries, (a) That there be no close season for
salmon trolling and cod line fishing on the west coast
of Vancouver Island.
(b) No increase of trap licenses.
(c) Continuance of the policy of gradually restricting fishing licenses to white British subjects and Indians, native of British Columbia.
3. Immigration.   Absolute exclusion of Asiatics.
4. Labor. An act or resolution establishing the
right of his industrial freedom to every citizen of Canada to bargain for his services.
5. Dominion assistance to the provinces to pass an
old age pension act.
6. Revaluation where required of lands held under
the Dominion Soldier Settlement act.
7. A business administration of public expenditures
resulting in reduced taxation.
8. Consolidation of Dominion and provincial income
tax and abolition of all unnecessary government
returns.
!). A federal inheritance tax on large estates exceeding $25,000.
10. Justice to British Columbia in the matter of railway rates and particularly on wheat from the prairies
for domestic use.
11. Continued exclusion of the importation and sale
in Canada of oleomargarine.
12. In tariff matters to be guided by the necessities
of the industries located in the district.
Four to the Senate and Three to
other Constituencies
THEY KNOW
The Party that can be depended upon
for Better Times is going into power
A CONSERVATIVE VICTORY IS AS8URE0
Everybody's Voting
FOR COLDICUTT
Published by authority Comox-Alberni
Conservative Association
The "GEM"
Barber Shop
Opposite Ilo-llo Theatre
Cumberland, B.C.
ALBERT EVANS
Practical Barber & Hairdresser
Ladles' hair cut, any style SOc
Children's hair cut any style 35c
CUMBERLAND   HOTEL
WM.MKHIUFIELD,   Proprietor
GOOD ACCOMMODATION
EXCELLENT  CUISINE
Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland
UNION   HOTEL
CUMBE.tLAJ.ll, B. G.
Comfort   and  Homelike  ••rvle*.
21   rooini,  electrically  keattC
Bicellent eultlnt—
I'or reservattoat Phone II.
E. TATU, Hui|«.
Arrival of Fall Overcoats
yr-   NNOUNCING  the arrival of our Fall stock of
AA*. rien's Overcoats, the styles are varied to suit the
A1.- different tastes.     We have young Men's models
as well as the more conservative ones; the various patterns and designs are smart and will show up well.
We invite you to inspect our Range of Goods and
Styles, we have only two prices, $25 and $27.50, and
you can be assured of the best value that money can
give for thc above prices.
Sutherland's, Cumberland
OAK CAB
Mason's Taxi
24 HOURS SERVICE
At Very Reasonable Prices
I meet all trains and boaU.
A lew cents extra will bring
you at your house or from your
houne to the station in Comfort
and Style.
ANYWHERE at ANY TIME
See Geo. Mason
At The Royal Candy Store
Or Phone 25
Residence Phone 22
PA* CAR
For Baby's Bath
More than that of any other
member of the family, baby's
tender, delicate skin needs the
greatest care and attention. The
soft soothing oils in Baby's Own
Soap make it specially suitable
for babies, and its clinging fragrance reminds oneof the roses of
France which help to inspire it,
"llsittl for y.u and Bahy Ion"  ,,.,,
TAXI TAXI
Safety and Comfort
Day or Night
CAR   SERVICE
U TELEPHONE 100
Cumberland Hotel
Car   leaves   Cumberland   Hotel
at  8:00  o'clock  every  Sunday
morning   and   meets   boat   nt
Union Bay.
TOURING PARTIES CATERED
TO AT REASONABLE HATES
ASK FOR
Charlie Dalton
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For Best Quality
BEEF. VEAL, MUTTON AND
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SPECIALLY CATERED TO
Our Motto:
"QUALITY AND SERVICE"
W. P. Symons
Proprietor
DR. W. BRUCE GORDON
Dental Surgeon
Ofllce Cor. of Dunsmuir Ave.
Opposite Ilo-llo Theatre
CUMBERLAND, B.C.
Eureka Electric
Vacuum Cleaners
IMPORTANT   NOTICE
Up to and including September 30th, 1925 complete set of attachments supplied
FREE
with each cleaner.    Value $10.00 for
$65.00
$65.00
cash less 2 per cent.
Monthly Payments Can Be Arranged.
We would suggest to you—we would do more and
urge—that you do not delay ordering before end of
September 1925. We have set aside a certain number of machines to go out with free attachments—
when these are gone it is all off.
BUY NOW—SAVE $10.00 AND BE HAPPY
Cumberland Electric Lighting
Co., Ltd.
Red Top Relief Valves, $7 each
TO KEEP "CLOSED" PLUMBING "OPEN"
This is a i/g-in.valve for use on domestic hot water
supply systems for relief of damaging pressures caused
by ranges and tank heaters.
APPROVED
Both Red Top Relief Valves are approved by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., and by State and Municipal Bureaus of Water and Boiler Inspection.
CUMBERLAND AND UNION WATER WORKS CO.
Limited.
G. W. CLINTON, Managing Director. /I
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THE   CUMBERLAND   ISLANDER,   CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER II!, 11125.
SCHOOL REPORT
(Continued From Page One)
Combs.   Jr. 5—1. Thora    Keeler,    2.
Willie MacNaughton, 3. Jackie Wong.
V. J. Aspesy, Teacher.
MVISION  7
Percentage of attendance 98.52
Honor    roll—1. Willie    Logan,    2.
Harold Hughes, 3. Alex  Somerville.
1. Lettle Swlngler,    2. Rhoda Walton, 3. Madge Bryan.
B. M. Bickle, Teacher.
DIVISION 8
Percentage of attendance 97.40
Honor roll Jr. 4—1. Robert Logan,
2. Arthur  Wong.  3. Yacko Obara.
Sr. 3—1. Jean Quinn,   2. Ada Tso,
.1. Margaret  Marpole.
C. M. MacFadyen, Teacher.
DIVISION 9
Percentage of attendance 91.90
Honor roll Sr.  3—1. Teruko Kiyonaga,   2. Alex    Mossey,   3."Elln McWhlrter.
Jr. 3—1. Stanley Lawrence, 2. Yosh
Itnslil Kawata,, 3. Mary Baird and
Mary Read, equal.
C. Carey, Teacher.
DIVISION 1(1
Percentage of attendance 96.20
Honor roll Jr. 3—1. Isobel Vincent,
2. Irene Jackson, 3. Tommy McMillan
Si.  2—1. Yusuharu    Kadoguchl, 2.
Roddy Selfe and Fred Martin, equal,
3. Rosie Marocchi.
P.   Hunden,   Teacher.
DIVISION 11
Percentage of attendance 97.05
Honor roll Sr. 2—1. Willie Irvine.!
2. Deslay Harrison.
Jr. 2—1. Masaka Iwasa, 2. Ralph |
Butler. 3. Betty O'Brien, 4. Dorothy
Hunt.
J. E. Robertson, Teacher.
DIVISION 12
Percentage of attendance 89.30
Honor roll—1. Charlie Reid, 2. Fu-
nioho   Matsubachi.    3. Haruhlho  Ta-
! leishl,  4. Violet   Scavardo,  5. Masay-
uhl Kumabe,  6. Ynyeko Yoshhla.
C. Richardson, Teacher.
DIVISION IS
Percentage of attendance 94.00
Honor roll—1. Albert Hicks, 2. Ron
"aid Spooner,    3. Robert Mitchell,    4.
Ruth Bates,   5. Betty Brown,   6. Oswald Wycherley.
Eva G. Drader. Teacher.
FORESTERS' WHIST
DRIVE AND SOCIAL
FORMER RESIDENT
DIES IN CALIFORNIA
The Lady Foresters will bold ;i
Whist Drive and Social In the Fraternity Hall on Thursday, November 5.
Admission 25c. Refreshments served.
Everybody welcome.
NOTICE
Tlie usual monthly meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary of the Cumberland
General Hospital will be held In the
Anglican Hall on Friday. October 23.
at 3 o'clock sharp in tbo afternoon.
E. Nf. Jeffrey. Secretary.
Word has been received here of the
death, on October 1st. at Oakland,
Calif., of Mrs. Clifford Irving Pillsbury.
The deceased lady was well known
in Cumberlaiul. having spent tlie early
ycais of her married life here. Her
four children, three sons and a daughter, who besides tier husband survive
her, were all born in Cumberland.
| Previous to her marriage she was
| Miss Louis and had lived on Denman
island, being a sister of lhe late .Mis.
Harper Nixon. The family all reside
at Oakland.
taijied upon application to the company at Its Monti eal olllce, Canada
Cement  Building,  Phillips Square.
Ilo-llo Theatre Cumberland
FRIDAY, October 16th (0neo^ow) at 6.30
Saturday, Oct. 17 & 8°so) Matinee 2.30
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savings in this way and spread the
payments over a year,
Good securities can he bought on
this plan, with all the opportunities
of taking advantage of market variations, ami yet the investor lias an
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balance due on his account. Under
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SBALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, ami endorsed "Tender for False Hay Wharf. Lasqueti
Island, B.C.," will he received until
!J o'clock niton, Friday, October .V,
(03*5, foi the construction of a pile
In ni and timber decking wharf ut
False  Hi;    Lnaquet]  Island,  B.C.
Plans aid forms of contract can be
seen and specifications and forms of
tender obtained al tbia Department,
al the, offices of th( Dlstrtcl Kngineers
Post oilice Huilding. New Westminster, B.C.; Posl Offlce Bull ling, Victoria. B.C.. and a! the Posl Olllce nt
Vancouver.   B.C.
Teiuiers will not ho considered unless made on printed forms supplied
by the Department and in accordance
with   conditions   contained   therein.
Each tender must tie accompanied
b an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order uf the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10
per cent of the amount of the tender.
Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or
bonds of the Canadian .National Kail-
way Company will also lie accepted
as security, or bonds and a cheque if
required to make up an odd amount.
Note.—Blue prims can be obtained
at this Department by depositing an
accepted cheque for tbe sum of $10.00,
payable i" the ordoi of the Minister
of Puhlic Works, wliieh will bo returned if the intending bidder submit
j ti regular bid.
By order.
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Secretary.
Department   of  Public  Works,
ottava. "October 5,  1925. 42-43
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ANADA
The most urgent requirement in
Canada's Agricultural Products
CANADA produces every year large quantities of wheat, oats, barley,
butter, cheese, bacon, beef, eggs, apples, potatoes, grass seed and
clover seed that she cannot consume. Her natural outlet for these products is, of course, Great Britain—the one great consuming country of
thc world with an open market.
Unfortunately, nearly every other country with any surplus of food
products seems to want to send its surplus to this same market.
The keenness of the competition on this, our only market, and tlie
energy and resourcefulness of our competitors began to impress themselves upon the Department of Agriculture some time ago, but it is only
within very recent years that th.; real and only way to grapple with this
problem has been discovered, or at least put into effect. This Department
now believes, as do also most of the farmers of this country, that the
"grading" of our agricultural products is the policy and practice that is
seeing us through the struggle and will assure us of our rightful place on
the British market.
"Grading" means the classifying
of products, whether they be hogs, butter, cheese, eggs or anything else, into
•what might be called in a general way
"BEST", "GOOD", "FAIR" and
"POOR" classes.
These exact words are not used in
describing the grades, but that is what
is meant. The purpose served in grading is threefold—
(1) Educational. When the producer sees the relative quality of his
product he is spurred on to maintain
that quality if it is the "best" or to
improve the quality where necessary.
(2) Fair Play. When products are
not graded the inferior article for
various reasons often bring3 as much as
the superior article, and the credit and
advantage of putting the superior product on the market is lost to the one
who really deserves it.
(3) Facilitating Trade. The
dealer learns to hive confidence in thc
article he is buying and buys more freely, because it is guaranteed by grading,
and gradually everybody gets to know
what the "best" article really looks like
or tastes like. In short, grading brings
about standardization and ensures to
the producer the best price.
Canada now grades her cereals, grass
seeds, hay, potatoes, apples, eggs, butter, cheese, wool and bacon hogs. The
results have been in every case beneficial and in some cases quite markedly
so, even though the grading system has
been in effect in some cases for only
two or three years, thus:—
Cheese—Grading began April 1st,
1923. Canadian cheese thc year before
had fallen into such disfavour on the
British market that New Zealand cheese
was quite commonly preferred. Today
Canadian cheese commands cents per
pound higher than New Zealand.
Butter—Grading began same time
as for cheese. The reputation of our butter was then indeed at low ebb. Canadian
butter today, while not the best on the
market, is rapidly improving in quality
and gaining in reputation.
HogS—Over two years ago the Department of Agriculture began to grade
live hogs a't the packing houses and
stock yards. The 10% premium paid by
the packers for'"select" bacon hogs as
against " thick smooths" as classed by
departmental graders has done wonders
to improve the quality of our hogs and
develop the bacon industry.
Best Canadian bacon, which ordinarily was quoted two years ago from 10 to
18 shillings a long hundredweight below
Danish, has gradually grown in the estimation of the British wholesale buyer
until it is now quoted at only from 1 or
less to at most 5 or 6 shillings per long
hundredweight below the best Danish.
This improvement in price is, of
course, due to quality and has come
about very gradually, the spread narrowing down by a shilling or two a
month until now it is not at all a rare
occurrence to see best Canadian selling
on a par with the Danish article.
Eggs—Canada was the first country
to grade and standardize eggs. These
grades and standards apply r.cit only to
export, huerprovim-iai and ii.iport shipments, but also to domestic trading.
The basis is interior quality, cleanness and weight.
Standardizing Canadian eggs has
established confidence between producer
and consumer .-md between exporter and
British importer, and has resulted in a
greatly-increased d.-n:-nd for the Canadian egg both at hon 0 and abroad.
Other products mirht be mentioned
where grading has worked to tbe great
advantage of tiie producer and to the
advancement of Canadian agriculture.
Already Great Britain recognizes our
store cattle, •..•heat, cheese, eggs, apples
and oats ;.s the best she can buy.
It is for us io so improve our other
products, particularly cur butter and
bacon, as to bring them also into this
list uf "the test on the British market"
and consequently the highest priced.
Grading enabled us tb do this for
cheese, wheat, eggs and apples.
Grading is helping U3 to do it for
butter and b,icon.
Quality Counts
Quality is thus tne fiijt objective for the
Canadian exr.->r* trarle. rud. tl.en ttetdyi tegular
supplv. It it along these lines tlie Department of
Agriculture if workii .; by educational nrjihoda,
and theretultof thin policy such in the growing
volume ol Canada's agricultural exports Look at
these figures : —
Canada'-; Princli
Farm Pr;
Wheat (bus.) 	
Flour (bids.I  	
Huron and Hun's
Beet CaiU.. 	
Butter (lbi.1 	
Chreso   (CWt.)   	
Apples  (bbls.)  	
Oats   I hi*. I   	
I!:,rlc.y    iliu-.l    	
Kye   IU1....1   	
Bran Short: nirl
Middlings (cwt.*
Oatmeal and R illc
Oav: (cwi.l	
Glover'Seeds ibu.
Tobacco  (lbs.)   ...
Cr.-ntn   (j-a's.)   	
Max Seed   (b'.'.-j.
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For further information and publications wile
DOMINION DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, OTTAWA
THE UNHOLY THREE
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Published by arrangement with the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Pictures Syndicate
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SYNOPSIS
The Unholy Three, Echo, a ventriloquist; Hercules, Q si rung man, and
Tweedledee ,Q dwarf, plan a career
of eiinie aftor being forced to fiee the
side show of a circus because of the
dwarf's ungovernable temper and hale
Tlie Human Skeleton, enemy of Hercules and Tweedledee, is marked the
(lrst victim, His hoily is found standing upright In the window of a pawn
shop displaying "good value" in cla
thing. A grim joke on Hie pari of tho
murderers. The tin  disappear. Hector McDonald, aspiring to literary
has words with Ills wealthy un-
Tobias Oraham, a collector of
rubles, who threatens to disown
because he will nol give up his
writing and accept a more material
position.      Hector   leaves   his   uncle's
house   determined   to   succeed as n
writer.
INSTALLMENT .1
When Hector McDonald lefl bis
uncle's house, the sun was still high
in the heavens, The air was resonant with the hum of well-oiled machinery, ihe footsteps of loitering pedestrians, the shrill voices of the children. Ahm'e il all. a spotless sky
smiled down o ntlin ell/.
The young man's anger mi.hi melted away. On such an afternoon, it
was well-nigh Impossible i" harbor
malice. Uncle Tobias like other shadows, vanished in this glorlouj spring
sunshine. At twenty-three, one is a
mirror reflecting only momentarily
the clouds that pass.
Hector McDonald, up lo till., lind
not come Into violent contact with lhe
world. During all liln twenty-three
years, he had never found himself In
want   of   nnv   material   luxury.    Al
scliool. at college, his uncle had given
iiiiu a liberal allowance which he had
spent generously. He knew nothing
of poverty- ii had never come Into
his calculations. And now II seemed
a very tiny speck, afar off on a limitless background. He had two hundred dollars In his pocket the. remainder of his month's allowance—
and quite BUlllclenl for his wants until he should lie able to make more.
And there was no boubt In Hector
McDonald's mind iiiai he would make
more a greal deal more, fresh from
college, where-lie had heen editor of
the Year Hook, president of the "Literary Society," anil prominent contributor to the Collegian, was it any
wonder tllat the young man's menial
horizon  was  limited?
And after he had had much on-
couragement, after he had sat up
night after night writing short stories tliat were to astonish the world,
afier he had taken all his friends Into
Ills confidence, Uncle Tobias had curtly told  him thai he  must go Into Mr.
I Arlington's olllce. What an absurdity that was!    Such a life, for a man
i of gifts and spirit, was unendurable!
I If  liis  mother  Iiad   lived, she would
[never have consented to see him become a slave.   No,   she   would   have
j understood him, she would have encouraged him, she would have told
her brother nol to interfere. He remembered her as a tall, authoritative
i person   a  lady  who  had  sometimes
I ordered other people about, bul   who
| had never ordered Illlll. Kven Uncle
Tobias had heen a little in awe of her.
lb- recollected Mint on one occasion,
j whon quite a small boy, he bad used
the old gentleman's lint ns a foot bail
'wilh perfect impunity. Hector smiled
at ihe remembrance and strode on.
And then there was Dorothy Arlington. For a icar they had been unobtrusively engaged. He had told her
all his hopes, all his ambitions, And
she believed ill him. She was confident thai he would he a great man
some day. What would she think of
liim if he knuckled under, if he gave
up ull claim to all individuality of bis
own. if he entered her father's olllce?
Surely she would lose faith In him.
He would sink In her estimation to
the level of tiie average young man—
lhe young man whom she met nl dances and entertainments -the young
niun who talked business, bridge, horses, dogs and nothing else. N'o, he
could write; his uncle could not force
him to renounce his ambitions.
McDonald ennic to a sudden determination. He would go to Dorothy
and tell her everything. He felt sure
that she would applaud his decision.
He drew out his watch and looked at
II. It was just four. Mr. Arlington
would not he home from the office
yet-Hint was a satisfaction. There
was open hostility existing between
them which made chance meeting.!
rut ber strained. He realized perfectly that the financier considered liim
a butterfly and. with natural perversity, dill all In power to further his
belief. Yes. he would go and see her
now.
Uy this time he wns Hearing Fifth
Avenue.    Walking down a side street
lie passed a small bird store.   In the
! window were at least a dozen cages—
I each inhabited by a large green parrot.   They gn/.ed out through the bars
I with   solemn,   yellow   eyes.     Gloomy
I captives with ruffled plumage and des
pondent, drooping wings, they sllent-
i ly Implored the passerby to pity them,
j to   loose  his  purse  strings and take
iiheni out into the world.
|    At  another  time  the   young  man
I would have stopped to look at them
I for,  like   a   child, he was Invariably
fascinated  by bird stores, but today-
he could see the Arlington house In
lhe distance, so he hurried on.   And
yet. although lis had passed It by un-
J ceremoniously, tt was to he visualized
! again and again In his thoughts—to
recur  In   the  Btrange  events  which
I were to follow, like the motif ln the
; weird   musical   melange.     McDonald
I was  to  see many bird stores In the
I years to come, but never one without
I an Involuntary shudder.
(To he continued)
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BUTTER HORNS
Apple, Lemon and Pineapple Pies.
DR. MIDDLETON'S 100 PER CENT
WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
Marocchi Bros.
PHONE 11 CUMBERLAND, B.C.
BUILDING
MATERIAL OF  ANY DESCRIPTION
Call and See Our Stocks—Get Our Figures
EDWARDS LUMBER COMPANY LTD.
Mill Street, Courtenay
Phone 17 P.O. Box 62
aasiaaiaEEiaiaiaM
Courtenay Commercial School
Individual Tuition in
SHORTHAND — TYPEWRITING — BOOK KEEPING
BUSINESS METHODS
New Location Opposite Corfleld's Garage.
McBRYDE'S BAKERY
AND COURTENAY
TEA ROOMS
The Home of Whole Wheat Bread in the Comox District
EAT COMOX WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
the most nutritious loaf manufactured in B. C. today
SBBJBEiaaiEJBB^^
Eat Whole Wheat Bread and assist kind Nature in
keeping you fit.
No. 71 on the Label
DON'T just ask for a suit of
underwear. Specify Penmans
71. Then you are certain of
obtaining the finest of its class—
with snug-comfort and real warmth.
Made in two-piece and union suits
for men and boys.
UNDERIDEAR
kets. The Japcnese situation waB
not quite so satisfactory, owing to
diplomatic relations. Referring 'to
the soldier setlement question, he
showed how payments had been extended over a period of 25 years
$10,000,000, in interest remitted and
a 20 .and 40.% rebate on stock, etc
allowed the settlers.
Economy hnd been effected by the
withdrawal of the Canadian N.W.M.P.
from this district and elsewhere. He
described the present freight situation
as outrageous, saying tbat the effect'
was that wheat can now be bought
in China cheaper than In B.C. This
was a result of the export freight
rates which he termed a very poor
method. Legislation had tended to
benefit B.C. regarding duty on fuel i
oil. coal, etc. He had perhaps put
B.C. Interests before those of the dom
lnlon when ln the house and this may
have been very selfish, but, said the
speaker, "don't be afraid of that, the
eastern manufacturers of Quebec and
Ontario have lots of representation
at Ottawa.     He assured his audience
A Real Sink
for $13.00
Up to now kttcltci; ainka have coat
it al money. Now, at tow coat, you
can put in the newest type SMP
Enameled Wure Sink. Thia la a
strong aink built of mat restating
Armco Iron, with three coats of
purest white enamel, same aa on
bathtubs. Complete with 12'back,
strainer, bracketa, fittings, and fuU
directions for setting up. Standard
alse 20' a 30* j 6' deep.
Price, complete, $13.00
Buy one or tiro of theae SMP
Enameled Wore Drain Boarda also.
Made to fit SMP Sinks and all
standard sinks.*" Siie 20* x 24'.
Same sturdy construction as on SMP
Sinks. Very handsome and a greet
labor aaver. Sold complete with
brackets and fittings for setting up.
Price, complete, $6.50
For Bale by plumbers and hardware
stores throughout  the country.
""Shsit Metal Productsc»"™
SOLI) BY JUTT BROWN'S
(.JtOCKKY, CUMBERLAND.
thnt the Prairies were absolutely opposed to protection. He was not,
however, opposed especially to foster
the commencements of Industries.
He was applauded when he told the
audience thnt the reduction of the
duty on logging machinery would
cause American and other companies
to come to B.C. We have heard a lot
aboutpeople leaving the country and
cries of blue ruin and the speaker
thought that if many had really left
the district they must have taken their
houses with them for it was imposssf-
ble ln some places to rent houses for
love or money. He showed by a com
parlson of estimates compared from
year to year that conditions were
actually better now than formerly,
even Mr. .Meighen had admitted reduced taxation he said. He was
willing to vote for an increase on
the duty of eggs provided the measure was not wrapped up with other
things that could not help us. At
question time in answer to Mr. A. M.
Hilton, the speaker explained the
necessary formalities to be gone
through for the leasing of foreshore
rights. The singing ot "God Save the
King," and three cheers for the Independent candidate brought the meet
Ing to a close.
vote, so far as this polling division
ls concerned. At present the voters
list contains the names of 86 voters
which is over 1007r increase compared
with  the last  election.
A meeting of the Bowser Liberal
Club was held on Monday last and it
was planned that the club hold social
evenings once a month for all members and to those Interested In the
political welfare of the district.
CUMBERLAND    PERSONALS
NEWS FROM BOWSER
Keen interest Is being taken in the
forthcoming election and the general
impression is that the present member will he given   an overwhelming
BILL SUTLIFF
Courtenay, B.C.
When you are tn need of a
Plumbing A Heating Engineer, Set
R. RUSHTON
Phone 124
Courtenay o
Your needs  wlll  receive  Immediate
attention.
Phone 167
Cumberland
A. Brown, loader employed hy the
Thomsen Clark Timber Co. was se-
verly Injured at Home Lake last
Tuesday, The accident occurred
during loading operations when a log
rolled on the unfortunate man's legs
terribly crushing them. He was
rushed with all speed to the Comox
Hospital.
A. Lodge, timekeeper for the
Thomsen-Clark Timber Co.has been
tiansferreil to Deep Bay from Home
Lake and has now taken up his residence ut that place.
Mr. and Mrs. Uan MacMillan and
Mr. und Mrs. J. MacMillan, of Nanaimo, spent last week-end In this city.
Mr. anil Mrs. Thomas Banks left
for Victoria Tuesday morning last.
Mrs. Banks is the delegate from the
Cumberland School Board to the Convention of British Columbia School
Trustees in the Capitol City.
.Mr.   David  Richards  returned   lust
Saturday evening from Seattle where -
he  had   been  spending a two weeks
vacation.
Mrs. Charles Clark, of While Rook,
Is In the city ou a visit to Mrs. Charles Brown.
The many friends of .Mrs. Amos
Lobley, of Comox Lake, will he sorry
to hear that she Is at present a pat-
lent iu the Cumberland  Hospital.
Mrs. Harry Devlin and two small
sons have returned to the olty after
spending n month's vocation In Nanaimo and Vancouver. .Mrs. Devlin
was accompanied home by her mother
..Mrs. Jones, nf Nunalnio.
Miss  Daisy    Delghton
frlendB at Deep Bay.
visiting
DANCE   SATURDAY   NIGHT
Ir ■*-—
\\ * P-
I BABRIST1
II NO.
HARRISON
BARRISTER  and   SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC
J CUMBERLAND - • - B.C.
|    Tlic Saturday night dunces in the
: War Veteran's Hall, that proved so
popular last winter have been resumed.    Dancing from II to li     The
j best of music and a first class floor
Is   assured.   Gents   50   cents,   Ladies
j 1(1 cents.   Everyone  welcome.
\ TOR SALE—60 acres logged-olY land,
fenced, 7 wires, good shack carrying Insurance, 2 good wells, other
small Improvements, main Hoad 1
mile (Headquarters Comox Logging
Co.). Indefeasible t it le. JI350.00
Particulars.
RAYMOND CLARK,
•12-43 Bowser.
FOB SALE—A lady's new style Winter Coat. Worn twice. Too small
for owner. Sell al a sacrifice.
Phone iff, Cumberland, 42
FOR BENT—-SIX ROOM IiOITSE.
Apply Thomas Tapella, Cumberland
42-43.
SYNOPSIS OF
L10AGTMN0MENTS
PUPS FOR SALE—Cocker Spaniels.
splendid retrievers. Call evenings,
C. B. Stirrup. Cumberland Road,
Arden. 42-13
COMOX BUTTER
YOU ARE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR MODERN
PLANT AT COURTENAY. COMOX BUTTER IS
CHURNED DAILY FROM FRESH GATHERED PAS-
TUERIZED CREAM.
PRACTICALLY ALL OF THE PRODUCT IS FROM
JERSEY COWS, AND INSPECTORS STATE THAT
THE HERDS IN THIS DISTRICT ARE THE HEALTHIEST IN THE PROVINCE.
OUR   GUARANTEED  PRODUCTS
Comox Butter, Comox Eggs, Comox Potatoes
Comox Whole Wheat Hour
Comox Creamery Association
rilr'.KUPTIO.VS
Vacaut, unreserved. surveyed
Crown lands may lie pre-empted by
British subjects over 18 yenrs of age.
and by aliens on declaring intension
to become Britisli subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and Iniprovemei.. for agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regulations regarding Pre-i options is
given in Bulletin No, 1, Land Series.
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can lie obtained free of charge
by addressing tlie Department of
Lands. Victoria. B.C., or to anv Government Agent.
Records will be granted covering
only laud suitable tor agricultural
purposes, and which ls not timber-
land, i.e.. carrying over 5,000 hoard
feet per acre west ot the Coast Range
and S.ntio feel per acre east of that
Itango.
Applications for pre-emptions are
to be addressed lo the Land Commissioner of the Laud Recording Division. In which the land applied foils situated, and are made on printed
forms, coplCB of which can lie obtained from the Land Commissioner,
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
live years and Improvements made
to value Of 110 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating al  least  five
| acres, before a Crown Oram can be
I received.
I   For more detailed Information see
I the Bulletin 'How io Pre-empt
Land."
PURCHASE
; Applications are received for purchase of vauiiii and unreserved
[Crown lands, nol being** tlmberland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price of first-class (ai iidei land is $5
per acre, and second-class (gratfl^r)
land fl.50 per acre. Further Information regarding purchaae or lease
Of Crown lauds Is given in Bulletin
No. HI, Land Serle-. "Purchaso nnd
Lease of Crown Lauds."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
Umber land, not exceeding 40 acre..
may lie purchased or leased, th,. conditions Including payment rf
Btumpage,
IIOXESTBAD LEASES
I'lisurveyed areas, not exceeding 80
acres, may he leased as homesltes,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected In the first year, title being
obtained nfler residence and Improvement conditions nre fulfilled
and land lias been surveyed
LEASES
For grazing and Industrial purposes areas not exceeding 040 acre-*
may  lie  leased   by  one person  or  a
ootupany.
(MAZING
I'lidcr the Orating Act ihe Province Is divided Into grazing districts
nnd tlie range administered under ti
Orating Commissioner, Annual
grazing permits are issued baaed 1:1
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stock-owners
tuny form association! for range
management.   Free, or partially free.
permits arc available for settlers,
campers and travellers, up to ten
held, PAGE SIX
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1926.
.
WSkWA
THE   ORIGINAL
CANiADA,S':'lrAVfi^-KiTE Dft&G STOftES
ONE   CENT   SALE
Boots' Meloids
for tlie throat
and voice and
wc will give you
another box for
lc. or the
boxes
Another
Example
Buya35ctubeof
KLENZO
TOOTHPASTE
.SALE
and w« will cell
you th* second
tube for only lc
or the
2 f -26      THIS WEEK AT THE %*s2!L  DRUG STORE      2*-»/».36
THVRSDAY-FR
pw*.
URDAY
60c. Jar
Jonteel
Combination
Cream
2 ^r 61c
Toilet Creams^
.51
60c. Cream of Llllies
2  for	
60c jar Lorle Lemon Cleansing    CI
Cream, 2 for      '" *l
60c. Lorle Lemon Cocoa
Butter Lotion. 2 for	
Hu-. jar  Rexall  Cold
Cream. 2 for	
36C. Witch Hazel and Cu-
cumber Cream. 2 for	
line, jar ParaBIs Dry Cream
2 for •"	
35c. jar Peroxide Knee Cream
2  for	
.51
.41
.36
.61
.36
CANDY
Home Made Chocolates
51.25 box Llggott's Sent!-    fljl   nn
ment Chocolates, 2 tor     MJAsaSlU
$1.26 box Pekin Chocolates <M   OC
$1.26 box o'uth's Butter & fjl OC
Milk Chocolates, 2 for *<DA.aia*U
40c. lb. Humbugs V\
9.   for        •*•*■
5c. Chocolate Bars
2 for	
6c
$1.01
.51
Jl.iHi box nt Four 26c. Cakes Soap
Assorted Odors
2 boxes  (8 cukes)
for
15c cake P, & S. Soap -| n
oval cakes, 2 for      .AO
36c. Jonteel  Soap nn
2   for .UO
36c. Paradls Soap nn
2   for .GO
26c. Klonzo Tar shampoo nn
Soap,   2   for .LsX)
16c Narcissus  iiatli  Soap 1 n
2 for .10
16c Lorle Cream Bath Soap Ifi
2 for .10
( It LIM of I.II.I.Iris VVIIITKNS THK
SKIN
HAIR PREPARATIONS
BOc, buttle Emulsified       (?■*
Cocoanut Oil. 1 ior  .01
BOc, bot. I.tu'io Liquid
Brilliantlne, 2 for	
GOc. tube Solidified /»■*
Brilliantine, 2 for .Ul
$1.00 bot. Kau de Quinine  Hair
2 bottles for    Jpl.Ul
GOc. bot. Lorie Hair
Fix, 2 for	
75c. bot. Petroleum HG.
Hair Rub, 2 for tlU
GOc. bot. Lorie Liquid        (T*|
Shampoo, 2 for  et/JL
10c. Goodform Hair Nets. Single
or Double i i
2 for 11
61
.61
Every Day Home
Remedies
THEY SHOULD ALWAYS BE
ON  HAND
BRUSHES
50c. Hair Brush JT1
2   for     'Ol.
$1.00   Hair   Brush d»1   Al
$1.60 Lather Brush fll   CI
2 for     iDl.*JA
15c.  Hand  Brush 1 ft
2  for     »AU
50c.   Nail  Brush CI
2  for     •"A
GOOD WHITE TEETH
If you use these
35c. tube
Every Day Home
Remedies
THEY SHOULD ALWAYS BE
ON   HAND
50c box Dyspepsia Tablets C**|
2   for     .01
25c. box Laxative Bromide of Quinine
.26
Tablets
for..
Klenzo
Tooth
Paste
2 for .36
.26
A mild pleasant laxative that corrects
acid stomach, 18 oz. bot. 75c    nn
2  for     ••"
due bot. Klenzo Liquid Antl-       C*|
septic, 2 for     «™A
25c box Stomach Liver Pills       OC
2  for     *""0
25c Rexall Healing Salve OC
2   for     •'SO
35c bot. Baby Cough Syrup 9(*
2  for     "OU
25c bot. Peroxide of Hydrogen    OC
2   tor     •«0
SOc bot. Peroxide of Hydrogen    CI
2   for     wl
75c bot. Peroxide of Hydrogen   nt*
2   for     ••"
$1.00 pkg. Mux and Iron Tonic Tab-
, Z .,:.. $1.01
$1 bottle Cod
Liver Oil Emulsion
$1.00 bot. Rexall Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, makes stronger lungs and increases your weight. (PI   Al
2  bottles  for  «DA.UA
25c pkg. Puretest Boracic Acid O/J
2   for     •W
2  for...
75c.  I'lirndis Talcum
2   for..	
:i5e (lentlemcn's Talcum
2   for	
500 Lorle Lnvcndcr Bath
Crystals. 2 for	
50c Lorle  Violet   Bath
Crystals, 2 for	
Talcums
and
Bath Saito
35c. Jonteel
Talcum
2 for 36c
25c Tiny Tot OC
Talcum, 2 for n£i\}
35c Narclsses des
Alpes   Talc.       nn
.76
.36
.51
.51
50c. Klenzo Tooth Brushes, all
sizes and shapes [?-f
2 for .01
35c. Tooth Brushes Q/?
2 for .*:'. .OU
60c. Tooth Brushes n-t
2 for .01
35c. tin Pearl Tooth Pow-   Q/J
der, 2 for .OO
35c. tube Rexall Tooth       Q£
Paste, 2for  ,tjO
TOILET WATERS
•   and Lotions
' $1.00 bottle of
Lilac Lotion
L!||j|i>  more   popular   than ever
™  for bath antl after shave.
i uor si.oi
$1.00 bot. Bay CI   fil
Rum, 2 for ijjl.Ul
75c. bot Florida Water      fjn
2 for  lO
65c. bot. French Cologne, 2 for	
65c. bot. Lavender nn
Water, 2 for    .OO
$1.50 bottle  Paradis Lotion or
Toilet Water.       d»i   Pi
2 for «pl.«Jl
$1.00 bot.  Opt Toilet Waters,
Lilac, Lily, Rose, (M   Ai
or Violet, 2 for tPl.Ul
$2.00 oz. Johteel     dJO Ai
Odor, 2 ozs. for «P«.l/l
Books—-reg. prices
from $1.25 to $2.00
to clear, 2 for $1.26
66
Syrup of
Hypophosphates
Improves    heurt    action, circulation
nerves mid  appetite fljl   Al
50c bot. Syrup of Tar and Cod    C*|
Liver Oil, 2 for     .DI
25c box Ilexull Orderlies ****>/»
2   for     nanlD
40c jar MUBtnrd Ointment 4*1
2   for     •'*1
25e box Hexall Corn Solvent
2   for	
25c  Rikor's   Regulators nn
2   for     nnnt\3
25c. box A.U.S. & ('. Laxative     O/J
Tablets, 2 for    .tVO
75c b»l. Ilexull While l.lninient
Is   lhe   old    time family remedy for
Sprains, Bruises. Aches nnd  Pains.
2            bottles              nn
for               . I O
25c. box Meloids OfJ
2   for     •&"
SUNDRIES
$2.00  English   Pottery (PO Al
IIUlll   Howls,   2   for   WnataVL
85c.  Whisk  Brooms nn
2   for  «OD
20c. Wash Cloths 0*|
2  for !  •*■*!
15c   Menthol   Inhalers 1 f*
2   for  .I"
16c,  Menthol   Pencils IfJ
2   for  «1"
35c Velour  Powder Puffs Q£*
While or Pink, 2 for  »OU
40e  Tango   Powder   Puffs ^1
2  for  »*A
Rubber
Goods
$2.50 Hot   Water
Bottles. 2 Qt. slue
und guaranteed
I'or two years.
While they last
2  for    W-U.D1
50e Tiny   Tot    Baby Pants, assorted
sizes.  Champagne  color CI
2  for     *OL
1(1.1111  Knncy   Rubber  Aprons
h cretonne assorted
colors uml durable, 2 for.
with cretonne assorted       C*|   Al
1 .**,<- Banltaire Black  Band 1 C
Nipples,  2  for     .AD
(2,00  Dixit-  Flyer  Poun-   (PO Al
tain Syringe, 2 for    wA.Vl
15e roll Adhesive Plaster, "Flrstald"
Medicated, 1 yd. x 1 in. 1 C
2 for     «AU
80c roll Adhesive Plaster. 2V4 yds. x
1 Inch.
2 for	
.31
LANG'S DRUG STORE
THE REXALL-KODAK STORE
IT   PAYS   TO   DEAL  AT   LANG'S
CUMBERLAND,   B.C.
FOR MEN
BOc. tube Shaving Ci
Cream, 2 for  «01
50c. Holder Top f? i
Stick, 2 for  .01
50c. Pipes, P-j
2 for  .Ol
75c. Pipes . nt*
2 for .'.  JO
35c. Shaving Sticks Q£»
2  fo-     nO\f
PERFUMES
75c Jontcel Purse Vials nn
2  for     •'"
75c Purse Vials, Narcisse, Rose. Paradis, or Mlac nC*
2  for     •'"
$1.00 Cara Nome  Purse     (M   Al
Vials, 2 for    «DA.VA
35c Opt Odors In Vials QC
2  for     «2P
60c pkg. Perfumes, assorted       CI
odorB, 2 for    '"A
$2.50 oz. Bulk Perfume, Dazlra. Fasc-
Inette.    Paradls.    Rose,    Lilac, or
Ipomea CO K1
2 ounces for      VHInMMM.
Face Powders and
Compacts
ihls very high gruue 75e Oux of Jonteel  Face  rowder, Hjj
2  for     • IU
Cherisette Face  Powder HU.
2  for     .10
$1.20  Paradls  Face  Pow-   (gl   Q/{
der, 2 tor    tBl.attO
75c box Alma Zada Face Pow-   CT/J
der, 2 for      .lO
$1.25 Cherisette Single        (PI   (%n
Compacts, 2  for    wL.aVO
$1.76 Cherisette  Double      (M   nn
Compacts, 2  for      wA.lO
STATIONERY
Tulip Linen Writing Pads—60 sheets
ot linen, note size 0*1
2  for  .61
35c Salisbury size Q/»
2  for  .OO
40c  Utter size M-t
2  for    .**!
76c box Pussy willow Fabric nn
tinted edges, 2 for  .10
15c pkg. Tarlton Cloth En- *!/»
velopes, 2  for , .10
10c  pkg.   blue-lined   Business 1 *|
Envelopes, 2 for  .11
60c box Martenlque Paper n-t
and envelopes, 2 for  .01
65c Martenlque    Portfolio, 60 sheets
end 24 envelopes nn
2 for  .00
85c  box  Fantalsle  Stationery On
2 for  .OO
60c boxes Stationery, assorted   /J*|
2 tor  .01
75c pkg .Old Colony Playing IJC
Cards, 2 for  «lO
15c bot. Old Colony Ink *|C
3 oz. size. 2 for  .10
COMBS
$1.00   LadieB   Dressing   Combs, full
size and extra quality (j>*|   Al
$1.25 Ladles black Dressing   Combs,
large  size (JJI f)n
2  for    -uVL.60
$1.25 Ladles brown  Dressing Combs,
large  size (PI   nn
2  for    iol.AU
$1.00 Ladies    white Ivory    Dressing
2Cofr: : $1.01
Petrofol Mineral Oil
The wonderful Bowel  Regulator
$1.00 bottles di-!  n-j
A.S.A. AcetylBallcylic    Acid    Tablets
6 grs., 75c packages nn
2 for     . /*0
Puretest  Epsom   Salt
20c. pkg., 2 for	
$1.00   Pure   Gum    Rubber   Tobacco
•r?ocrh!8:. $1.01
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