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 TIGA CUMBERLAND ISLANDER
*     .      ' With which ls consolidated the Cumberland News,
FORTY FIFTH YEAR—No. 42.
CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA      FRIDAY, OCTOBER IB, 1926.
New Road Boon
To Residents Of
Powell River
HOME COOKING SALE
TO BE HELD TOMORROW
POWELL RIVER—Powell River is
beginning to realize what the opening
of the new road to Myrtle Point means
to this District. Easier access to
Myrtle Point has given an Impetus
to the interchange of courtesies be-1
tween the people of Powell River and j
the residents of tbe Bloedel, Welch &
Stewart boom camp that nothing else
could have done. Many motor parties
have taken advantage of the longer j
run to visit friends at the camp and
have returned home fascinated by the
beautiful scenery encountered. The
only regret expressed ls that after.
another year's logging operations the j
camp equipment and crew will be re-1
moved from Myrtle Point to Menzles
Bay, north of Campbell River, on Van- i
couver Is land. There are at present
two hundred and forty men employed
and to reach the centre of operations ;
a railway runs approximately fifteen
miles into the forest. With the passing of this camp, a year hence, some-1
thing else will probably take its
place. It is an ideal location for a
summer resort and It will not be surprising If such Is established.
Don't forget the Sale of Home
Cooking that is being held this Saturday, Oct. 16th, by the Altar Society
of the Catholic Church In the store
next to Mrs. King's. The bedspread,
j for which tickets have beeu sold, will
| be drawn for at the close of the Sale.
Garage Proprietor
Undergoes Serious
Surgical Operation
The many friends of Mr. George
Henderson, well-known proprietor of
Henderson's Garage, Cumberland, will
be sorry to hear that he underwent
recently a serious operation in lite
Jubilee Hospital, Victoria. Since
early childhood Mr. Henderson has
been troubled with n hip affliction
which has been a handicap to him In
his business and lt was with a view
ot removing this handicap that ne
consented to the operation, which
was performed on October 5th. The
doctors In charge have every confidence that the opt ration will prove
a success, although it necessitates Mr,
Henderson remaining in a plaster cast
for some two months to come. Even
then it will be a considerable period
before he will he able to rcsums his
normal activities and II ls doubtful
If be will return to bis former business, the doctors having advised
against this. Recent reports from the
Hospital are very optimistic, considering tbe serious nature ot tlie operation.
The Islander Joins with the citizens
of Cumberland in wishing tlie popular
"George" a speedy recovery.
WITH THE CITY FATHERS
Despite thc fact that the agenda
sheet at Monday's Council meeting
wns a very light ono. the meeting
occupied more time than Iiad been
anticipated and It wns well after the
Usual hour of adjournment when the
mayor declared the meeting closed. A
lengthy discussion on the "soldiers'
houses" question took up most of this
extra period.
Bills and accounts since the last
meeting totnletl $180.35. Reports of
committees elicited the usual Information as far as light and water are
concerned, but for the Works Department Aid. Potter stated that thc roof
of the City Hall was In a bad state
of disrepair. He wns given instructions to have this attended to ut once.
The full board was In attendance
with tllc exception of Aid. Parnham
who Is attending a .Ire Chiefs' convention at Fresno, Calif.
Look out I 3 Bad Men are headed
this way. Will be at the llo-Ilo next
Thursday only.
Motor Boat Burned
To Water's Edge
POWELL RIVER — Last Friday
ufternoon Harry Dbnkeraley nnd Wll-
llan McGilllvrny. of Powell River,
narrowly escaped what might have
been a fatal ride lu a motor boat.
They wero In Malaspina Strait, about
two miles oil' shore when the boat
caught lire. Fortunately a dinghy wns
part of their equipment nud In this
they made shore at Westvlew. Tlle
launch was burned to the water's
edge and what was left lit was towed
in by the Klngcorne Navigation Co.'s
tug, Teeshoe.
Linger-Longer
Club Commence
Winter Activities
A delightfully Informal social, being also in part an organization
meeting, was enjoyed by the members
of the Linger Longer Club of Cumberland in the Anglican Hall Wednesday evening. In addition to the several former members, many new ones
were present, making a jolly crowd
that enjoyed games, music and
dancing until nearly midnight. Each
person entered whole-heartedly Into
the fun, feutures ot which were the
"peanut hunt" and "old time" dances.
Prior to the serving of refreshments
the members were called to order by
President Wm. Wny'e, w'10 explained
that the lirst dance of the season
would be held on Friday. November
19th, and therefore it would be necessary to appoint various committees to
make preparations for the event. Miss
F. Sehl, Mr. J. Miller and Dr. Bruce
Gordon were selected as convenors
respectively of the refreshments, invitation and decoration committees,
with instructions to appoint the balance of their committees from the
general membership.. The members
also unanimously voted to engage the
Jazzarimho Orchsetra of Nanaimo for
the occasion. Miss G. MacFadyen Is
secretary ot the club.
Mr. Cyril Newman antl Mr. R. Robertson furnished the music for the
dancing, being relieved on occasion
by Miss Amy Dallos.
W. A. PAUL HEADS COMOX
AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL ASSN.
REPORTS OF SECRETARY AND TREASURER SUHMITTED
New Gas Masks
At Rescue Station
My heck!    I'm off to the  Hayseed
Ball.
Mr. John Thompson, Instructor at
the Government Mine Rescue Station,
bas received from the Department of
Mines six All-Service Burrell Gas
Masks, the latest device in mine rescue work. Last Friday the apparatus
were demonstrated by the rescue
teams of the Canadian Collieries, being put through a severe test In the
smoke chamber. The men who used
the masks were well satisfied witb
tlie result, and appreciate In no small
measure the efforts of the Department
of Mines to keep the lqcal Rescue
Station modern and up-to-date in its
equipment.
Of the new Gas Masks thc September Issue of "Coal Age" has tlle following to say:
"The Bureau of Mines, ln Its Investigation ot gas masks for use In
mining and allied Industries, has
established a permissible schedule,
14A, under which masks that meet
their requirements after being submitted to exhaustive tests are granted
a certificate of approval. The all-
service gas mask has been approved
by the Bureau of Mines under this
schedule for respiratory protection ln
mine atmospheres where safety lamps
arc burning, nnd for use above ground
In ulr that contains acid gases, organic vapors, or carbon monoxide not
exceeding three per cent, and In
smokes, dusts and mists or In atmospheres containing not to exceed two
per cent of poisonous gases when
more than one gas Is present.
"The final test of the Bureau for
approval was to subject the uiask to
an actual working test by three men
wearing It ln an unvent Mated, gaslight chamber ot 1.000 cu.ft. capacity,
to which had been added the following
gases in the percentages as stated,
and determined by analysis: Sulphur
dioxide, one per cent; carbon tetrachloride, one per cent; ammonia gas,
two per cent, and ln a second test
one-half per cent; and cotton smoke,
the density of which was such that
tbe hand was invisible at arm's
length.
"The three men wore the masks for
a 80-min. period itl eacli of these concentrations, performing, successively,
bard work, walking, and running. The
Bureau's published report of the approval states that: 'The masks gave
good protection throughout all of
these tests; tbey were comfortable
and there was little Interference with
movements; vision was good and of
fairly wide angle; nnd resistance to
breathing wns tolerable throughout
all the work required.'"
COURTENAY, Oct. 14.—The annual
meeting  of   the   Comox   Agricultural
antl   Industrial Association  wns  held
here Wednesday night with Mr. W. A. ■
Paul  In  the  chair,  the officers  and
directora elected for thc coming year I
being   as   follows:   Honorary   presi-[
dents, Mrs. Wm. Lewis and Mr. Alex
Urquhart; president, Mr. W. A. Paul;
first vice-president, Mr. R. U. Hurford,
second vice-president, Mr. J. Stalker;
secretary, Mr. E. Felix Thomas; treasurer, Mr. M. B. Tribe; directors, Mes-1
dames   W.   McPhee,   W.   Brown,   and
Messrs. Wm. Duncan, John Crockett,
Hugh   Morrison,   W.  J.  Gunn, A.  R.
England, W. A. Urquhart, Alan Pattlnson, M. S. Stephens, Herbert Smith
and D. M. Isenor.
The   treasurer's   report   showed   a
very successful financial year.   After
making provision for all outstanding |
accounts, Including the 1920 Fall Fair
prizes In full, there is a useful cash
balance in the bank.   The report of
the   ladies   auxiliary,   submitted ' by
Mesdames   McPhee   and   Brown,  was
also very satisfactory.   The auxiliary
undertook heavy catering duties dtu'-
lng   the   fair,   which   necessitated   a
great deal of hard work.  Besides giving a substantial sum to the parent
association,   their   report   showed   a
good cash balance in the bank.   Mr.
Hurford moved a very hearty vote of
thanks to the ladies tor their strenuous efforts at Fair time to which Mrs.
McPhee replied.    Tlie chairman  expressed thanks to the secretary 'for
bis efforts in clearing the association j
of debt, the treasurer for making provision   for   funds   at   the   necessary I
time  and   to   Mr.   Herbert   Smith   as i
chairman of the Hall committee.   As
a mark of appreciation for her work
during the year, Mrs. Felix Thomas
was unanimously voted an  honorar-j
ium of fifty dollars  by the meeting, j
The matter of arranging finances and
carrying out improvements  was   left
ln the bands of the directors.
A resolution of the Comox Farmers
Institute to bring the matter of damage done by beavers and other fur-
bearing animals to the attention of
the  advisory  board  of  the   Institute |
wns   endorsed   by   the   meetltg.   A J
petition to permit bona fide farmers!
to shoot gnme or any wild animals
that are doing serious damage to tbe
crops,  particularly  deer and  pheas-
ants, was also endorsed and circulated for further signatures.
The matter of the appointment of
an educational committee for the purpose of arranging lectures for the
winter months, to work In co-operation with thc directors was brought
up at a late hour nnd the following
were appointed: Mr. H. P. Allberry,
representing the poultrymen; Mr. W.
R, Perrey, representing the potato
growers; Mr. R. U, Hurford, representing tlie dairymen; Mr. R. M. Halliday. representing the farmers and
Mr. Norman Pritchard, representing
the fruit growers. During the counting of the ballots very enjoyable refreshments were served by the ladles
for which a vote of thanks was heartily tendered them.
SmtpInry's Deport
The secretary's report, as submitted
to the meeting, read ns follows:
"During the year lbc association's
activities have Included a series of
lectures on various phases of ngrl-'■
culture, lecturers having been supplied by the Provincial Department of
Agriculture, the t'nvierslty of British
Columbia aud other bodies. For the
most part tlic lectures were well'
attended and the subjects included
Soils, crops, potatoes, poultry hus- ■
bniidry, eggs, orchards antl fruits,
seeds nnd bulbs, fertilizers and lime,
dairying and side lines. Under the
auspices of the association a pruning
scliool wns conducted in the late winter and a lime demonstration competition in the spring. A jumble auction sale was conducted by thc
association last December and was
completed at the New Year. This
effort made for tbe association about
one hundred and eighty dollars. Tbe
mutter of getting out the prize lists
at nn earlier date ls an Important
one and largely depends on lhe functioning of all members of the revision
committees appointed foi; this work.
The decision nf tho association lo
award no second prize unless there
are three or more entries in a class
has bad an adverse effect on the exhi
bition, but this can now be rectified.
There ls no doubt that the Fair could
bc improved If all the directors and
the public manifested a greater Interest In lt. If the grounds are ploughed
and harrowed this Fall, and leveled
aud seeded In the spring, they could
be a revenue producing asset to the
association and would certainly enhance the Fair. There ls no reason
why, with a proper understanding between the Comox Logging Co. and
the association that the 1927 Fall
Fair should not be the very best. It
is obvious that the public ia far more
Interested in activities sucb aa sports
than ln other features. There seems
to be a danger of the Fair being seriously affected unless more stock
entries are made, and a better sense
of healthy competition for the sake
of producing the best is manifested.
"An Agricultural Association should
be and Is a big asset to such a community as this and every effort should
be made to Induce outside points to
centralize at the Courtenay exhibition,
and some attractive amusements
should also be offered the visitors.
The association commenced the year
with a deficit of three hundred dollars. During the past three years
strictest economy has been absolutely necessary for the purpose of paying
off old debts. When Institutions of
this sort are broke, or badly bent,
they are always more or less unpopular. I am very glad to say, however, we have finished the year with
a clean sheet. The association is not
only out of the hole as far as ready
money is concerned, but it has a cash
balance after making provision for
the payment of the prize money in
full. This has only been possible by
the help of and co-operation with the
Ladies Auxiliary. I would like to
take this opportunity of thanking all
those directors and others who helped
me In my duties during the year."
Respectfully submitted,
E. FELIX THOMAS, Sec'y.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
UNION LODGE NO. 11, I.O.O.F.
A special meeting of the above
lodge will be held on Saturday, Oct.
16, at 7:00 p.m. The grand master
and several other grand lodge officers
will be present. Meeting open to Oddfellow's wives and Rebekalis at 8:30
o'clock.   Social evening.
Paper Town Pars.
POWELL RIVER —The Steamer
Waltemata called In this week and
took on a cargo of newsprint for New
Zealand.
* *   *
Mr. John McLeod is around again
after having been confined to thc
bouse for two months following an
accident in which his leg was hurt
at Myrtle Point.
* ♦   •
Mr. P. Smith, of tlle Provincial
Lands Department is in the District
on ollicial business. It Is reported
that many live-acre tracts of Government property are being taken up.
Local Team
Play Courtenay
On Sunday
Through the efforts of those ardent
football fans in Cumberland who have
been denied the privilege of support-
lug a senior team, second division
ball has become a reality, a team
having been entered from this city
In the up-Island section of the Pacific
Coast league, along with teams from
Courtenay, Qualicum and Port Alberni. A schedule has been drawn up
and the ball will start rolling Sunday,
October 17th, when Cumberland and
Courtenay clash on the latter's home
ground and Port Alberni will travel
to Qualicum to try conclusions with
the team there. Both games are
scheduled to start at 2:00 p.m.
Cumberland wlll send the following
line-up to the farming centre: Mat.
Stewart; E. Bickle, W. Marshall; T.
Little, A. Farmer, J. Weir; H. Gibson.
A. Auchlnvole, J. Campbell, Jock
Stevenson and W. Walker. Reserves
are Stewart, McNeil and Reid. The
above players are asked to be at the
Royal Candy Store sharp at 1:00 p.m.
Sunday.
The citizens of the whole Alberni
district arc taking a keen Interest in
their entry, the mayor and city clerk
of Port Alberni being both officers of
the club, while the well-known Alex
Rowan Is In charge as trainer. It Is
to be hoped that Cumberland will
give the local team a similar strong
backing.
•   •   •
At the moment of going to press we
were informed that owing to the rain
the Courtenay field will be unplayable
on Sunday and the game bas therefore been switched to Cumberland at
2:30 p.m.
Dr. W. Bruce Gordon, the well-
known Cumberland dentist, will address the local Parent-Teacher
Association at their usual monthly
meeting to be held ln the School on
Monday evening.
Donations Received
Fox Films Epic Of
Land Rush Of 70s
Masterly Product
"3 Bad Men," based on Herman
Whllaker's novel "Ovcr thc Border,"
a super-special production of the
romance of a girl In thc land of
promise. Homescekers In search of
gold, liberty and happiness. Cast
of 25,000, with George O'Brien and
Olive Borden. This great picture
wlll be shown at the llo-Ilo Theatre
Cumberland, on Thursday only, Oct.
21st, and at the Gaiety Theatre on
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 22-23.
You can't alford to miss this great
super special with moro covered
wagons thun "The Covered Wagon."
Unending lines of adventures rolling
Westward, untold numbers of unsung heroes In the light for gold,
where might was right and weaklings dropped by the wnysldc. It's
the mightiest of all great stories of
the birth of America's Iremendous
Western Empire. Remember the
dates: Oct. 21 in ('umberlaiid and
Oct. 22 and 23 In Courtenay. Adults
50c, Children 25c.
Mrs. T. K. Banks lefl Saturday Inst
to attend the convention of School
Trustees at Vernon. B. G, Upwards
of 1110 delegates and visitors were
present at the convention, the gathering listening to a noble address by
Dean Coleman.
Following ls a complete list ot the
donations received for the purpose of
buying rings for the members of the
Canadian Collieries football team, the
presentation of which was made at a
smoker lu the Band Hall two weeks
ago:
Cash Donations
Silver Spring Brewery  I 20.00
T.  Graham      15.00
Cumb. Electric Light     10/10
James Dick      6.00
Wm.  Merrifield        6.00
Dr. E. R. Hicks       6.00
Dr. G. K. MacNaughton       6.00
II.  Yates        6.00
Campbell Bros      5.00
L. R, Stevens       3.00
J. Cameron       2.50
F. Pickard       2.60
J. Sutherland       2.60
A.  It.  Stacey        2.011
J. Mann       2.00
G. Curwen        2.00
M. Sbosakl, E. Aida       2.nu
10.  ti, Saunders         2.00
C.  Spooner       2.ini
J.  L. Brown       2.00
(i. T. Cavin       2.00
J. J. Potter       1.00
J. Aspesi       1.00
A. Evans       1.00
J.  Conway        1.00
Total cash donations  $105,511
Demit ion of Hoods
W. P. Symons  % 5.00
Tarbell & Son  5.00
R. C. Lang   5.00
V. Bonora   5.00
A. MacKinnon    4.00
C. Newman   3.60
W.  Hudson    3.00
K. Nakanishi    3.00
Matt. Brown   2.50
F. Dallos   2.50
Wllcock  Bros  2.00
Marocchi Bros  2.00
Local Men's
Social Club Has
Re-organized
The Men's Social Club which was
functlonlng In Cumberland some five
years ago, came back to life with renewed vigor at an enthusiastic reorganization meeting In the Anglican
Hall last Tuesday evening. Many
members of the old Club, and equally
as many new faces were In attendance and the general concensus of
opinion was that the Club would
attain even greater popularity than
It enjoyed In the year 1921. A lively
executive was put In charge, Mr. T. H.
Mumford being president, Mr. F. J.
Dalby, vice-president; Dr. W. Bruce
Gordon, secretary, making a trio that
can be depended upon to keep things
humming.
The nature of tlie Club ls> purely
social, and tlle llrsl function has been
arranged for next Tuesday evening
In the Parish Hall. Thereafter meetings will be held every Tuesday.
Anyone desirous of becoming a member is asked to apply to the above
executive or to any member of the
Club.
Schedule Of
Games In The
New League
Following ls the schedule for all
games In the recently formed Upper-
Island section of the Pacific Coast
second division league:
Dale Home Team Away Team
Oct. 17—Courtenay vs. Cumberland
Oct. 17—Qualicum vs. Port Alberni
Oct. 24—Cumberland vs. Qualicum
Oct. 24—Port Alberni vs. Courtenay
Oct. 31—Courtenay vs. Qualicum
Oct. 31—Port Alberni vs. Cumberland
Nov. 7—Qualicum vs. Courtenay
Nov. 7—Cumberland vs. Port Alberni
Nov. 14—Cumberland vs. Courtenay
Nov. 14—Port Alberni vs. Qualicum
Nov. 21—Courtenay vs. Port Alberni
Nov. 21—Qua Ileum vs. Cumberland
Nov. 28—Courtenay vs. Cumberland
Nov. 28—Qualicum vs. Port Alberni
Dec. 5—Cumberland vs. Qualicum
Dec. 5—Port Alberni vs. Courtenay
Dec. 12—Courtenay vs. Qualicum
Dec. 12—Port Alberni vs. Cumberland
Dec. 19—Qualicum vs. Courtenay
Dec. 19—Cumberland vs. Port Alberni
Dec. 26—Cumberland vs. Courtenay
Dec. 26—Port Alberni vs. Qualicum
Jan. 2—Courtenay vs. Port Alberni
Jan.   2—Qualicum    vs.    Cumberland
W. B. A. WHIST DRIVE
SUCCESSFUL EVENT
A very succesful whist drive was
heltl by the W. B. A. on Tbursduy
evening, 13 tables being required to
accommodate Ihe whist players. 1st.
prize for the ladles was taken by Miss
Agnes Baird, with Mrs. James gaining
the consolation, while Mrs. McNeil,
substituting, won the men's first, tho
consolation going to Mr. Auchterlonle.
Islanders Ask For
Separate Control
Footballers    Want    lo    Break    From
l.incriiluir   Powers   of   IM'.r'.A.—
llepiirt In Dominion Hnd)
NANAIMO. Oct. D—A meeting of
the Upper Island Football Association
j was held here last night, with date-
| gales from up-Island clubs present.
J Russell, president of Ibe I'minion
Football Association, nnd James
' Adam, councillor on the D.F.A. for
British Columbia, were among those
present, and listened to the applications made by the up-Island teams
for a separate charter for Vancouver
Island. In other words Vancouver
Island asked permission to break
away from the governing powers of
the B.C.F.A.. and run a separale
association of their own.
Following the presentation of the
new D.F.A. constitution, an open dis-
| Mission took place. The D.F.A. representatives listened attentively to all
j arguments advanced and promised
thnt tbe views of the meeting would
! receive due consideration, nnd n re-
I port will be made to tlle D.F.A.. the
i result of whicli will be fof warded to
the Upper-Island Hoard.
Total goods donations   $42.50 I    L(K..   ymf AQOn „„,, g0 (0 „„, ,,„.
Tickets, posters, etc., were donated! llo Theatre.   3 Had .Men are due in
by the Cumberland  Islander. I town nn Thursday. PAGE TWO
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1926.
The Cumberland Islander
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT CUMBERLAND, B. C.
EDWARD W. BICKLE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16,  1926.
MAKING HOSPITALS
POPULAR
Have you had occasion
to visit a hospital lately? If you have, you
no doubt noted the radical changes which have
taken place in past years. The spirit of better
things and brighter surroundings has spread to
the hospital and most noteworthy of all is the
changed attitude toward cheerfulness, color and
the breaking of the old rule of silence.
Not so many years ago everything possible in
the hospital was painted a deadly while, to emphasize cleanliness. Everything was severe.
Nurses were subjected to rigid severity in apparel
and living quarters. It was only after Florence
Nightingale's lifetime that they could wear even
the class pin which few possessed, and their bedrooms were nun-like cells. Today, nurses are
encouraged to be as attarctive as possible, consistent wtih good taste.
The dreary, white, silent institution for the
sick has become a different thing altogether.
Upon entering a comparatively new hospital you
might think from its exterior that it was a hotel
or apartment house. You will find the entrance
architecturally as inviting and cheerful as the
lobby of a high-class hotel and the entire surroundings bright and cheerful with the prettily
furnished sun parlors, and the home-like furnishing of the maternity section.
Tiles of flat green, the closest approximation
to nature's restful outdoors, are used in many
operating  rooms.   Gray  beds,   gray   furniture,
gray walls and gray clad nurses to match in many
a hospital ward, with bright blue on the floors
for pleasing contrast. Even the dreary silence
and the serious demeanor characteristic of the
hospital of a few years ago are being driven out
by the carefully supervised use of the radio and
phonograph, with their music, chat and exhiler-
ating jazz, and the friendliness and smiles of the
splendid type of young woman in the nursing
profession today.
With the X-ray photographs guiding the
surgeon in his exploration of your interior, the
microscopes and laboratory test tubes aiding him
in his diagnosis, the pretty, smiling young nurses,
the good cheer of the radio and the brighter furnishings and surroundings, a week or two in a
hospital is not the fearful thing it once was. If
only some way could be found to eliminate the
heavy expense we believe hospitals might really
become popular, especially with the tired business
man who gets so little attention at home.
Ladies'
Fur-Trimmed Coats
At
PHONE 11)
CUMBERLAND
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Man must work. That is certain as the sun.
But he may work grudgingly or he may work
gratefully; he may work as a man, or he may
work as a machine. There is no work so rude
that he may not breathe a soul into it, no work
so dull that he man not enliven it.—Henry Giles.
*•   *   *   *
Honor the game thou playest, for he who
playeth the game straight and hard wins, .even
when he loses.^—J. H.
*   *•  *   *
A copy of the new publication, "The Review,"
a weekly newspaper published at North Vancouver, has been received at the office of the Islander.
It is a very creditable looking sheet, and is issued
in the interests of the North Shore of Burrard
Inlet. Mr. J. M. Bryan, M.L.A., is the publisher,
and with Mr. Dave Finger having charge of the
mechanical end of the business, there is no reason
why "The Review" should not maintain the good
impressions created by tne first edftion. May it
live long and prosper.
Proposed Quadrangle, Union College of British Columbia
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A fine range of dressy and practical
Coats in Tweeds, fancy Coatings,
Mixtures and Plaids in fur-trimmed,
plain and tailored at Special Sale
Prices .
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Georgettes, Crepe de Chene. spun silk
and satins.
Coats for Girls from 8 to 14 years,
made from Blanket cloth, velour, nnd
Tweeds, with fur-trimmings.
Sunday, October 17th, bus been
selected as College Day by the Hoard
of Governors of British Columbia's
newest educational institution, I'nion
College of British Columbia. On that
day a Joint appeal will be directed
through the pulpits of the various
churches of Britisli Columbia for
funds with whicli to complete the construction of the new building.
Ground has beeu broken on the
University Campus at Point Grey.
The sum of fifty thousand dollars has
already been raised, lt is anounced
that the committee on finance has received assurunce of securing nol less
than twenty-live thnusnnd dollars in
the form of special subscriptions from
church members and their adherents.
With this total of seventy-live
thousand dollars on baud, or as good
as raised, the finance committee is
going to the members of the I'nion
Churches ot British Columbia, together with the members of tbe various Sunday Schools of those churches
and will ask for the sum of (26,000.
It is estimated that if every church
member and every church adherent
gives a sum not less than one dollar,
the  requisite amount can   be  raised.
And work upon the construction of
the splendid superstructure ol British
Columbia's most notable addition lo
her theological edifices will be nl once
entered on.
An important feature of the campaign Is the making of a large book
on whose pages wlll be inscribed tbe
names of those loyal church members
whose donations made the college
possible.
Tho Honor Roll, as tbe large book
wlll bc called, will contain, it Is expected, more than 86,000 names of
Sunday School students, church members und the names of churoli adherents. As these names will be written
In the book, the Honor Roll book will
possibly be the largest book ever prepared In llritish Columbia, It will be
composed of the most  lasting mater
ials and will lie an enduring record
thut. in future years, will be frequently referred to by those who are interested in the people of to-day.
Union College of Britisli Columbia
will be erected on tbe campus of
British Columbia's University. It will
bc of Col hie design, a building ln
keeping Willi the beauty and dignity
of both lhe theological Institutions of
its kind, and one which will also
harmonise with the college building
already elected there.
British Columbia must provide
many more ministers and religious
lenders If she Is to secure thnt full
quota required for the administration
ofrellglous affairs in the various
centres throughout the Province. The
purpose of Union College which is an
amalgamation of Ryerson College,
Westminster Hnll and Incorporated
Congregational Church College, will
be II dueation of these ministers.
Bul an added interest is lent this
movement to raise funds for the construction of Ihe college by virtue of
the fact thai it is believed that such
a college will do a greal ileal of good
work along Ibe lines of retaining the
services of llritish Columbia's University graduates for llritish Columbia.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926.
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PAGE THREE
THE PUZZLE CORNER
Puzzle No. 210
How many well-known poets can
you find concealed in tbe following
lines?    -
Teilo,  Weller, tell  Hamil  tonight
CAR for HIRE
At The Royal Candy Store
Or Phone 25
Residence Phone 22
See Geo. Mason
To  row  home  round  by  Ronald's
light;
When there stop, ope the door.
The key's 'neath the sill.
Then hunt well, for Sheridan
Temple's will is there.
Puzzle No. 214
Take part of a monk's wardrobe,
subtract a bird, add an animal, subtract a piece of harness and the result
will be CRAB.
Puzzle No. 211
I The annual competitions fc/r the
I lawn tennis championship on the
I Cumberland courts are carried out
i upon the popular knock-out plan, the
[ losers retiring and the winners being
j again paired until hy such process of
i elimination the survival of the fittest
ls elected to meet last year's champ-
to  battle  for  the  championship.
Union Lodge No. 11, I.O.O.F., and Harmony Rebekah    ||
Lodge No. 22, are holding a joint p.
Whist Drive    i
Lunch and Dance I
IN THE ILO-ILO DANCE HALL W>
FRIDAY,  OCTOBER   15th    I
•aaaiaiaaiaiaiB-isisiisi- iaBi__i_i__i___ssi_____________^ Is
When sixteen players compete and
the winner must then play with the
old champion, it is evident that lie
must win five straight games, suggesting the simple problem which has
given rise to considerable discussion.
Before commencing play what are
the chances of getting the first prize
lf all are assumed to be of equal
strength.
Puzzle No. 212
Add one vowel a sufficient number
of times to the following line of letters to make it a readable sentence:
I.OTRIC_SR!_YYI-._YN.
Puzzle No. 213
The blanks In each of the following
sentences nre to be filled by placing
in the first space a word, which decapitated and placed in tbe next space
will make tbe sentence entire.
Youth Is the time ln which to	
I hose useful lessons which later must
  a competence.
With a gay   he rushed down
the street, his new   rolling on
ahead.
Appreciate this    to the full.
for you will never have an   no
matter bow long you live.
I asked for   and he gave me
 , which you see was 50 per cent
more than requested.
I was about to teach her to 	
when I discovered   knew more
of the art than I did.
If you will not   me 5 yards
at least let me have an  of these
goods.
Additional puzzles and answers for
the above will appear fn this column
next week.
Answers to Last Week's Puzzles
No. 205—Neat, eat; driver, fiver;
yours, ours; open, pen; UBurer, surer.
No. 206—Willie lind traveled 72
miles and Dusty only 54 when they
first met, so the distance from Joytown to Pleasantvllle was 1241 miles.
No. 207—CROW plus HEEL minus
WHEEL plus COD plus BEE plus
PILE minus BEEP is CROCODILE.
No. 208—Seed, seen, sewn, sown,
soon, coon, corn.
White, whale, shale; stale, stalk,
stack, slack, black.
Bush, bust, beet, feet, fret, free, tree.
Lead, lode, goad, gold.
Sorry, worry, wordy, words, wards,
warps, harps, harpy, happy.
Hill, hall, hale, vale.
No. 209—There must have been 12
Red Caps and 6 Blue Caps. Tlle Red
Caps consumed 216 steins and the
Blue Caps 108.
Whist S;,'i0 to 10.
Dancing from 10 to 2
Admission (including Lunch)
Ladies, 50*r>
Gents, $1.00
H     EVERYBODY COME AND HAVE A GOOD TIME!
H     Several of the Grand Lodge Officers will be present.
Lumber
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MOULDINGS,
WINDOWS, DOORS,
SHINGLES,
KILN DRIED FLOORINGS,
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WE DELIVER TO ANYWHERE IN SHORT
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—and they make it easy for you to
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Have beer for your table, always.
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LEATRICE JOY DEFIES
DAME FASHION'S EDICT
THE MOST FAMOUS HOB IN HOLLYWOOD
OU" DAME FASHION may be
1' i tyrant of most of the
femii ._ world, but Hollywood is
not     easily ruled.
I itrice Joy, for example, turns
up her saucy nose at orders from
Paris to let lier hair grow and visits
tlic barber regularly to keep her
famed ijoy-bob in short, shining
resplendency,
Beatrice's close-shingled coiffure
is one of her most individual rhar-
arfcrhtics and one by which she is
instantly recognized in Hollywood,
l'0"ieof distinctive feminity. It lack-i
even tlle suggestion of a gtrli.-di curl
and is divided by a severe part which
gives a swagger appearance.
Yet, in spile of this extreme hair-
dress, Leatrice Joy has not lost her
femininity, the proof being the
splendid work she does as a supcr-
femininc "clinging vine" in her
latest starring feature for De Mille,
"Thc Clinging Vine."
"Why should I let my hair grow if
I look better with it short?" inquires
Leatrice. "Fashions that make you
look funny should never be taken
seriously, and styles that arc tfer
comfortablc went out with ov?*.,
and pompadours." ■
MAKES     COFFEE     TBUIT
IlKMI'IOI'S
Much coffee Is spoiled in the making,   hut.   It   is   safe  to  say  more  is |
spoiled  In  tho serving.   This  is be-j
cause  comparatively  few  people  use
real   cream,   figuring,   perhaps,   that i
its daily use is rather a luxury.   Of!
course, one can rob the milk bottle,
by taking off the top milk, hut even \
that is not calculated to give one the
rich, golden, appetizing cup of coffee I
that   makes   this   beverage   truly   a I
nectar. More and more housewives
are serving Eagle Brand Condensed
Milk with coffee, for the reason that
it is so economical and because it
ensures a beautiful flavor, being so
rich and creamy. There is the further advantage that it saves sugar,
and the milk and sugar are so perfectly blended that the 'p.(}P curt Ions
are .absolutely rij^vt. Usually, the
condensed milk is placed right on
the table, being served from the can,
which, if desirable, may be set In a
marmalade jar.
Old Time Dance
An Orchestra composed of Messrs. C. Newman, John
Stewart, R. Goodall and S. L. Robertson will
commence a series of
Saturday Night
OLD TIME DANCES
in the
ILO-ILO   DANCE   HALL
The First Dance will be held on
Saturday Oct. 16
and every Saturday (hereafter.
Dancing from 9:00 to 12:00
Gents, 50c Ladies, Free
less
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23 PAGE FOUR
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926.
Ilo-llo Theatre
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK
Raymond Griffith in "Wet Painf'and
Margaret Livingston & Harrison Ford
VAMP YOUR HUSBAND
IS ADVICE OF STAR
HELLS
FOUR
HUNDRED
Moa.Oct. 18
Last Chapter
of "Galloping
Hoofs" and
Comedy, also
TUESDAY, OCT. 19—BEBE DANIELS IN
"LOVERS IN QUARANTINE"
WEDS. AND THURS., OCT. 20 and 21.
STARRING
VIRGINIA
VALLI
tuuf
.EUGENE
com en
"Don't tlilnk because your husband
wears glasses tbat he can't see a
pretty ankle," says Margaret Livingston, star of Pox Films production,
"Hell's Four Hundred." "Remember
you vamped bim when you got him.
Keep him the same way."
Miss Livingston plays a gold digger
in "Hell's Four Hundred." The picture is adapted (rom Vaughan Kes-
ter's novel o( Broadway's whirlpool,
"The Just and Unjust." In the cast
are Harrison Ford, Wallace McDonald, Henry Kolker, Rodney Hildebrand
and Marceline Day. It Is showing at
the Ilo-llo this week-end.
VERSATILE CAST
IN "THE OUTSIDER'
If the movies were to close up shop
—what would happen to the stars?
Would they be able to'duplicate their
success in other lines? Perhaps not
all of them would, but certainly the
versatile cast of "The Outsider." the
Fox Films picture coming to the
Gaiety Theatre Wednesday only, Oct.
20th, would never starve.
Jacqueline Logan playing the leading role in this adaptation of Dorothy
Brandon's big stage hit would tuck
her portable typewriter under ber arm
and go back to newspaper reporting,
a profession at which she succeeded
be(ore her beauty attracted picture
producers.
During the making o( this film Lou
Tellegen, thc portrayer of tin* male
lead, told an interviewer tliat lie had
often longed to be a stage manager,
to put into execution some revolutionizing ideas of play presentation.
Walter Pidgeon, another handsome
actor in the cast, confessed be would
like to own a bookshop while Joan
Standing, character actress, declared
that it film work ever slackened she
would go Into vaudeville.
Svend Gade, noted Danish artist, this
unusual story of the clash of personalities in a conventional, aristocratic
New England family.
How an independent, strong-willed
young man, Introduced by marriage
into the family, refuses to bend to the
Puritanical conventions of the clan,
and the iron rule of a cruel, selfish
old woman who dominates it, Is realistically and dramatically told.
Miss Valll has the strongest role of
her career as the young wife, wHh
Eugene O'Brien as the husband. .Mary
Alden odds many laurels to her fume
as a character actress in the role of
the dominant leader of the Ruyland
family.
The supporting cast includes Marc
MacDermott, Beatrice Burnhnni, Harry Lorraine, Helen Dunbar anil many
others.
Gaiety Theatre
THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"LOVERS IN QUARANTINE"
IS BEBE DANIELS' LATES!
Bebe Daniels and Harrison Ford—
there's a combination which should
tickle the comedy-loving public's
palate.
These two laugh-makers play opposite each other In Bebe's late it
Paramount starring picture, "Lovers
in Quarantine," coming to tlie Gaiety
Monday next and to the Ilo-llo tlie
following night, Tuesday.
Frank Tuttle, who made "Miss Bluebeard" and "The Lucky Devil" directed the production, whicli was written
for the screen by Townsend Martin
and Luther Reed from P. Tennyson
Jesse's New York stage success,
"Quarantine."
The story Is one of n ship's bride
and a strange honeymoon—of Bebe.
as Diana Gordon, a daring little society miss who elopes witli her sister's
(lance. It's (ast and furious (uu from
start to finish.
Alfred Lunt. Eden Gray and other
big stage nnd screen favorites appear
in thc cast.
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MARTIN"
HARVEY
TIE ONLY WAY'
SSHB
Monday, October 18 Bebe Daniels
in "Lovers in Quarantine" also
'3 BAD MEN" AT GAIETY
THEATRE NEXT WEEK
ERCY
VERA REYNOLDS
Dorothy Phillips.
Robert Ames tut.
Rocklifle Fellowea
JtustdhMtntt Mh
jfc .i_.<>_ir_«__'*«aii    a
GEORC.F MELFORD
pro..u_len
■WCOU'LI*.   L-lSTHIBUTtNC
tWC OIIA1ION
A fascinating page from history
brought to life Is the story of "3 Bad
Men." Fox Film epic, which will be
at the Gaiety next Friday and Saturday. October 22nd and 28rd.
Directed by John Ford, ot "The Iron
Horse" fame, with Olive Borden, playing the part of Lee Carlton, tlle winsome heroine, and George 0 Brlen as
the youthful pioneer, anil a cast of
such outstanding characters us J.
Forrell MacDonald. Tom Santschi and
Frank Canipcan in tlle title roles,
this is one picture that more than
conies up to expectations. Eacli o(
the principal characters is portrayed
by a well-known screen favorite, including Lou Tellegen, us tbe smooth
but villainous gambler, Alec Francis,
as the minister, and Otis Harlan as
the mlrth-provoklng printer.
Tbe story deals with the opening ol
the free land in tlie Dakotas for settlement. The race across the plain
for the best of the free lands In which
25,000 people, thousands of horses,
oxen and vehicles of every description from prairie schooners to wheelbarrows take part, is one of the most
vivid and exciting ever filmed. "3
Bad Men" Is a splendid entertainment
a good story, well directed and well
noted.   You'll be sorry If you miss It.
"WET PAINT" A ZIPPY,
PAST FARCE COMEDY
"SEIGE" IS BRIDE'S BATTLE
WITH PURITAN EGO
Inasmuch ns some motion picture
titles nre a bit tricky, it might bc
wise to say a few words about Raymond Griffith's latest Paramount
comedy, "Wet Paint," which arrives
ot the llo-Ilo Theutre this week-end,
one o( a double feature programme, I
ond nt the Gaiety Theatre Monday i
and Tuesday, Oct. 18-19.
It you think it to bc the story o(,
n  painter—you're  mistaken!    K you !
believe it to be the life of an artist:
or his model—you nre wrong again. ,
But—if you thing "Wet  Paint"  Is a
fast farce comedy with  lots of pep,
tip, action, thrills, beauty, laughs and
rlpronrlug fun—then you're right!
Helene Costello and Bryant Wnsli- 1
burn are featured In support of [he
Star,   "Wet Paint' wus written ns an ;
original story for Griffith by Reginald
Morris, scenariscd by Lloyd Coirlgan
and directed by Arthur Rosson.
THRILLS APLENTY IN
"WITHOUT MERCY"
"One of the most dramatic pictures
of the year" is the verdict of many
who have seen "Selge," the Universal
Jewel feature starring Virginia Vnlli
and Eugene O'Brien, which will be
screened at the Ilo-llo next Wednesday nnd Thursday. Oct. 20-21, ns part
of a double feature programme.
Adapted (rom the novel by Samuel
Hopkins   Adams,   and   directed    by
Among the many thrilling situations
depicted  In  "Without  Mercy,"  which :
George Meltord production will soon j
be featured at tbc Ilo-llo and Quiet?
Theatres ore: the explosion of u large ]
ship; tbc kidnapping of a young lady
of wealth; tho fight for a lost silver
mine ln the wilds of tbe Argentine
and thc fight between the detectives
of Scotland ynrd and n band of Internationally famous underworld operators.
Dorothy Phillips, RockclllTc Pel-
10W0B, Lionel Helmnre, Robert Ames.
Patriots Palmer, Fred Malntestn, Vera
Reynolds and n score of well known
screen favorites arc featured In this
production.
"Without Mercy" ls hooked (or Oct.;
18th (Monday) nt the Ilo-llo and (or 1
Tuesday. Oct. 19th. nt the Onlety.
RAYMOND GRIFFITH
Tuesday, October 19 th
Vera Reynolds in "Without Mercy"
and Raymond Griffith in"Wet Paint"
Weda.Oct. 20 Comedy and Scenic also
I
William rox
Presents
THURS., Oct. 21, NO SHOW JOLLY BACHELORS' DANCE to.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1926,
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PAGE FIVE
Comox Assessment District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday, the 10th day of November, 1926, at the hour
of 1 p.m. at the Court-house, Cumberland, B. C, I will sell at public auction the lands in the list
hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes, unpaid
by said persons on the 80th day of June, 1926, and for penalty, costs and expenses, including the
cost qf advertising said sale; if the total amount due for the period ended 31st. December, 1924,
is not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
COMOX DISTRICT
Millar, Mrs. Mary A , Subd. Pt. Sec. 1, Map 275, Lot 5	
Rodello Estate,   Subd. Pt. Sec. 1, Map 241, Lots 17, 20,
21, 22, BIk. 3 	
13.00        4.20*
93.00      20.70
13.75
13.75
31.01
133.45
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Subd. Pt. Sec. 1, Map 503
McCann, Jno. W '. .-.  Lots 1 to 4, 0, 7, 13 to 20 & N. Pt. o(
Lot 34 	
Mlllett, E. J.,    Lot  27	
Steele, David   Lots 29 to 31 	
Pike, Mrs. S. A   Subd. Pt. Sec. 6, Map 2277. Lot 1	
Snow, Major, A. B  Pt. Sec. 17, Comox 	
Annand, Mrs. A. N  Pt. Sec. 18, Comox	
Annand, Mrs. A. N  Pt. Sec. IS. Pel. B„ Map 2181	
Foreman, Percy   Pt. Sec. 28, MARKED "C"	
Gage, W. H   Pt. Sec. 66, 60' x 120', MARKED "D"..
Foster, Capt. E. R   Pt. Lot J07 	
Lawrence, J. Del  Subd. Pt. Lot 109, Map 1991, Lots 5
and 6 	
MacLean, W  Subd. Lot 118, Map 1406, Lots 1 to 5..
Anderton, P. L  Subd. Lot 118, Map 1405, Lot 9, Westerly 1 aero 	
Parkin, Isaac   Pt. Lot 119 	
Subd. of Pt. Lot 21, Map 1966, of Subd. Pt. Lot 134, Map 1705
Adey, Mrs. Chas. Estate,   Lot 11 to 15 	
Smith P. A  Pt. Lot 136, Comox
141.13
25.07
13.75
179.95
7.60
1.35
13.75
22.60
24.68
4.42
13.75
42.85
21.10
3.78
13.75
38.63
226.17
64.21
13.75
304.13
19.10
2.41
13.75
35.26
5.00
.78
13.75^
19.53
13.50
2.43
13.75*
29.68
24.69
4.42
13.75
42.80
126.36
33.60
13.75
173.71
113.23
30.06
13.75
157.04
401.68
107.64
13.75
523.07
9.38
2.84
13.75
25.97
29.00
7.62
13.75
50.37
Map
1705
20.87
5.45
13.76
40.07
30.00
7.00
13.75
56.75
Subd. Pt. Lot 166, Map 1845
Default, Nnrclsse   Lot 9, BIk. H	
Ogllvle, William   Lot 168
Ogllvle, William   Lot 185
Ogllvle, William   Lot 187
12.94 1.75
13.75       28.44
Subd. Lot 194, Map 442
Armfelt, P. A. C  Block "C" 	
Creech, Harry   SWW o( NVS, BIk. "E" .
Smith, Eustace   8% of S>_, Lot 206	
Stewart, Mrs. Ellen   Lot A of Lot 208	
Anderton, P. L  Lot 216 (Soldier) 	
240.00
43.20
13.75
296.95
240.00
43.20
13.75
296.95
180.00
32.40
13.76
226.15
369.40
107.10
13.75
490.25
41.09
11.55
13.75
66.39
157.50      39.83       13.75     211.08
44.60        8.31       13.76      66.66
770.77     210.70       13.75     995.22
Stewart H. _ Ronald
Subd. Pt. Lot 221, Map 2548
Lot  3  	
Subd. Lot 227, Map 1289
12.00
3.24       13.75
Crawford, A. B. Estate   W&, Lot 12
Gatehouse, J. W. Estate,    Pt. Lot 14 	
Crawford, A. B. Estate   W_., Lot 15
Willis, Mrs, Geo.
Subd. B|_ of Lot 228, Map 1846
.    Lots 1 _ 20, BIk. 14	
J.O0
Ogllvle, William   Lot 235	
Ogllvle, William   Lot 236 	
Anderton, P. L  Pt. Lot 241 	
Bailey, E. G  NE"4 o( SWW, Sec. 8, Tp. 1...
Default, Narclsse   NWW of Sec. 8, Tp. 1	
Jacob, Chas  Fr. NE',4 of Sec. 26, Tp. 4	
McQuillan R. & Surgenor R. J  Fr. Sec. 4, Tp. 6	
Subd. NW'/, & SW=/4 & SE'/4 of Sec. 5, SE-/4 Sec. 6. Map 1818
Hall, Jno. A., Stanler F. T„ Moore F.
and Scott, H. J   Lot 1, BIk. 1, Tp. 6..
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 2. BIk. 1, Tp. 0..
Subd. NW'/4 & SW'/, & SE'/4, Sec. 5, & SE«/4 of Sic.
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al	
Hall, Jno. A., et al  '.	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Leclare, Hector 	
Cameron, Frank  	
Hall, Jno. A., Stanler F. T., Moore F.
and Scott, H. J	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall, Jno. A., et al 	
Hall,
Hall,
Hall,
Hall,
Hall,
Hall,
Hall,
Lot 3, BIk. 1	
Lot 4, BIk. 1	
Lot 1, Illk. 2	
Lot 2, BIk. 2	
Lot 3, BIk. 2	
Lot 11, BIk 2 .
Lot 13, BIk. 2 .
Lot 15, Bill. 2 .
Lot 1, BIk. 3 ...
Lot 3, BIk. 3 ...
Lot 4, BIk 3 	
Lot 5, BIk. 3 	
Lot 6, BIk 3 	
Lot 7, BIk. 3	
Lot 8, BIk. 3 	
Lot 9, BIk. 3 	
Lot 10, BIk. 3 .
Lot 11, BIk. 3
Lot 12, BIk. 3 .
Lot 13, BIk. 3
Lot 14, BIk. 3
Lot 15. BIk. 3
Lot 16. BIk. 3
28.99
33.00 5.94       13.75       52.69
210.85       59.83       13.75     284.43
33.00 5.91       13.75       62.69
12.75      19.83
276.00
49.68
13.75
339.43
327.00
58.86
13.75
399.61
566.65
160.74
13.76
741.14
200.00
61.20
13.75
274.95
240.00
43.20
13.75
296.95
330.00
59.40
13.75
403.15
135.76
24.09
13.75
173.60
n
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Subd. NW'/4 & SW'/4 & SE'/4 of Sec. 5, & SEW of Sec. 6, Map 1818, Tp. 6
McCormick, Clarence   Lot 2, BIk. 4 ..
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 3, BIk. 4 ..
Hall, Jno. A„ et al   Lot 5, BIk. 4 ..
Hall. Jno. A., et al   Lot 6, BIk. 4 ...
Hall, Jno. A„ et al   Lot 7, BIk. 4 ..
Hall, Jno. A., et al  _  Lot 8, BIk. 4 ..
Hall. Jno. A„ et al   Lot 9, BIk. 4 ...
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 10, BIk. 4
62.07
73.24
97.71
68.40
68.40
68.40
68.40
68.40
14.40
20.59
27.13
19.44
19.44
19.44
19.44
19.44
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
80.22
107.58
138.59
101.69
101.69
101.59
101.69
101.59
Subd. NW«/4 & SW«/4 & SE-/4 of Sec. 5, & SEW of Sec. 6, Map 1818, Tp. 6
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 11, BIk. 2
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 12, BIk. 4
Hall, Jno. A., et al   Lot 13, BIk. 4
Holmes, C. C  S'WVt of SEW of Sec. 26, Tp. 6	
Warren, F. B  NEW of SWW of Sec. 15, Tp. 9	
Brlgnall, Frank, Estate   NEW of SWW of Sec. 19, Tp. 9	
Milligan, Jno. H  WW <_ SEW of SWW Sec. 20, Tp. 9....
Lee and Fraser    WW of NEW. Sec. 29, Tp. 9	
Pickard, Walter    Pt. Sec. 1, MARKED "A"	
61.40
64.40
68.40
29.72
226.00
60.00
589.64
123.72
30.27
17.85 13.75 93.00
18.20 13.75 96.36
1944       13.75     101.59
4.94
63.13
4.80
167.08
22.26
5.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
48.41
302.88
78.55
770.47
159.73
49.78
Holmes, Dr. c. D.
Subd. Sees. 34, 50 & Lot 175, Map 2351
 Lots 6 and 7   192.26
54.65
13.75     260.66
Symonds, M. H   Pt. Sec. 64, 18.5 acres
Machin, Roy. H    Pt. Sec. 64, 18.5 acres
Anderton. Mrs. Johannah,   Pt. Lot 84 	
Subd. Lot 110, Map 410
Wilby, Geo  Lots 78 & 79 ....
Barnswell, Jas. H   Lots 104 & 105
31.25
22.75
67.50
10.00
6.00
8.67
6.12
13.75
13.75
53.07
42.62
12.43       13.76      93.6
1.08
13.75
12.75
26.27
19.83
Hutchinson. F. C  Pt. Lot 129, 16.74 acres
Whalen, Ed. T  Pt. Lot 129, 6 acres 	
Whalen.Ed. T. & Anderton Mrs. P. L. Pt. Lot 129, 75 acres 	
87.01       24.70       13.75     125.46
10.25 2.56       13.75       26.56
66.28       16.72       13.75       96.75
Towler,  Bruce
Subd. Pt. Lot 134, Map 1705
Lots 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30,
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40,
41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 	
Higgins. Estate     Lot 139, Comox
Subd. Pt. Lot 166, Map 1845
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald  Lots 2 to 4, BIk. A 	
Creech, Harvey, _ McDonald   Lots 1 to 5, BIk. B 	
Creech, Harvey, & .McDonald  Lots 1 to .3, BIk. D 	
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald   Lots 5 to 11, ■_ 13 to 15, BIk. D	
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald   Lots 2 to 5, & 8 to 10, BIk. E 	
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald   Lots 3 to 8, io, BIk. F	
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald  Lots 17 to 20, BIk. F	
Creech, Harvey, & McDonald   Lot 1, BIk. G 	
Creech. Harvey, & McDonald  Lot 10, 17, 18, BIk. G	
.North American Loan Co  Lot 4 to 6, 12, 14,17 to 19, 20, BIk. H..
Creech _ McDonald, K. C  Lots 13 & 18, BIk. H	
Creech _ .McDonald, K. C  Lots 1, 2, 6, BIk. K 	
Creech _ McDonald, K. C  Lots 1 to 2, BIk. L 	
Creech _ McDonald, K. C  Lots 1 to 7, BIk. N 	
North American Loan Co  Lots 1, 7, 9, BIk. O 	
Creech & .McDonald. K. C ;  Lots 2 to 6, 8, BIk. O	
Crease, Dr. A. L   Pt. Lot 201, Comox 	
Lawrence, J. DeL   Pt. Lot 208, 16.41 acres, Pt. Lot 208.
19.60 acres 	
153.67
44.79
13.75
212.21
75.42
12.84
13.76
102.01
108.08
30.69
13.76
153.12
193.55
54.86
13.75
262.16
42.80
7.05
13.75
64.20
145.94
42.15
13.75
201.84
108.22
30.00
13.75
152.57
110.93
31.00
13.75
155.68
75.08
13.00
13.75
101.83
10.35
2.47
13.75
26.57
66.15
18.41
13.75
98.31
82.70
21.09
13.75
117.54
35.80
6.05
13.75
65.66
48.35
8.35
13.76
70.45
126.16
34.75
13.76
174.66
241.62
69.30
13.75
324.67
21.44
5.76
13.76
40.95
96.23
29.70
13.75
139.68
63.80
16.00
13.75
93.65
44.49
7.S1
13.75
66.05
Subd. Pt. BIk. 29, Map 691F & Pt. BIk. 71 & Lot 133, Map 2261, Merville
Carson, William C  Lot  11   18.69        4.16       13.;
36.60
Subd. Pt. BIk. 29, Map 691F, Pt. Lot 226 & Pt. Sec. 26 & 27 & Fr. 28, Tp. 6, Map 2262, Merville
Murray, Jno. F. McD    Lot 63   18.57        4.5S       13.75      36.90
Thulin, Chas, _ Fred   NWW of SEW of Sec. 19, SW ot NWW,
WW of NEW, Sec. 19, EW of SW!/i
of Sec. 29, Tp. 1 	
Thulin, Chas, _ Fred   NEW, Sec. 24, Tp. 2 	
Smith. Albert Victor   Fr. NE',4, Sec. 5, Map 2180, Tp. 6	
Snekville, Harold, Estate   Eft of SW of SWW, Sec. 26, Tp. 6....
31.50 5.07 13.75 50.92
18.00 3,18 13.75 35.23
13.40 2.22 13.75 29.37
63.90 1S.31 13.75 95.96
GROUP 1, N.W.D.
798.67
235.23
13.75
1047.65
118.97
26.48
13.75
159.20
ap 1818
!, Tp. 6
118.97
30.41
13.75
103.13
118.97
30.41
13.75
163.13
31.80
8.02
13.75
63.67
19.48
4.82
13.75
38.05
16.55
4.11
13.75
34.36
41.18
10.91
13.67
65.84
116.43
30.10
13.75
160.28
69.18
19.37
13.75
102.30
65.83
17.85
13.75
97.13
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
115.14
31.40
13.75
160.29
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.41
13.75
101,59
68.40
10.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.76
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.75
101.69
68.40
19.44
13.76
101.59
68.40
19.44
13.76
101.59
Heywood, L. _ Fell, J. P   Lot 500 	
Ilapcr, A., Estate    Lot 921  	
Cahlll, E. D   Lot A In NE Corner of Lot 1373, Map
1353 	
Ashworth, Catherine    Pt. Pel. D of Lot 1372 _ 1373 	
Peebles, W. S   Pt. Lots 1611 _ 1612 	
Cosh,. Annie    Subd. Pt. Lot 1619, Map 4950, Lots 2,
3 and 4 	
Lundy, Charlotte   Lot 1650 	
Ross, J. II   Lot 2623 	
White, Clara. A   Subd. Lot 3497, Map 4349, pt. BIk. 6.
MARKED "A" 	
Itedondn Can. _ Cold Storage Co   Lot 3758 	
Vaughan, A   Lot 3767 	
Bishop, P. W   Lot 3785 	
Hunter Henderson Point Co    Lot 4220 	
Wasp, G. F   Lot 4905 	
Gardner,  F  SW of Lot 5101 	
Martin, Wm. G   EW. Lot 5102 	
Hutchinson, H. H  NW, Lot 5112 	
Grant, Kenneth   N_n Lot 5118  *.	
Dawson. Fred  SW, Lot 5118 	
Anthony, M   SI**., Lot 5119 	
Snlt. Fred    N_i, Lot 5120 	
Duchnrme, Louis    SW. Lot 5120 	
Reed. ClKton    NMn Lot 5121 	
Morrison, O   EW. Lot 5125 	
Schulor, Geo   WW, Lot 5125 	
Rninage, Edwin H   NW, Lot 5126 	
Roberts, W. II   Subd. Lot 5304, Mop 5093, Lot 6, BIk. 2
Subd. Lot 5304, Map 5093
90.00       16.20
64.91       38.43
13.75
13.75
119.95
117.09
Lister, N  Lot 10, BIk. 2
Burns, Jno. O  Lot 11, BIk. 2
Coates, A  Lot 13, BIk. 2
Hlxson,  Arthur     Lot 15, BIk. 2
Hatch, AKred Edwin   Lot 6, BIk. 3 ..
Durlco, acorgla   Lot 6, BIk. 3 ..
Erlco. Gulseppe   Lot 9, BIk. 3 ..
31.40
4.83
13.75
49.98
150.00
27.00
13.75
190.75
325.15
129.73
13.75
468.63
40.00
9.60
13.75
63.35
115.20
14.55
13.76
143.50
992.00
439.0S
13.75
1445.43
14.50
1.55
13.75
29.80
406.50
73.17
13.76
493.(2
33.00
5.94
13.75
52.69
24.00
4.32
13.75
42.07
30.00
5,10
13.75
49.15
24.00
4.32
13.76
42.07
25.82
1.21
13.75
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
23.21
3.30
13.76
40.26
25.82
4.21
18.76
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
14.32
3.31
13.75
31.41
25.82
4.21
1.175
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
25.82
4.21
13.75
43.78
21.00
2.70
13.75
37.45
3.00
..11
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.60
.61
12.76
16.99
3.00
.51
12.75
16.29
3.00
.51
12.75
16.29
5.00
1.60
12.75
19.25
6.00
1.14
13.75
20.89
(Continued  on Page  Six) PAGE SIX
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 192«.
GROUP 1, N.W.D.--continued
Subd. Lot 5304, Map 5t)93
Woods, L. N. W  Lot 4, BIk. 4 ...
Cole, Chas. McKay   Lot 5, BIk. 4 ...
Bridge, Athur   Lot 2, BIk. 5 ...
Devitt, J  Lot 5, BIk. 5 ...
MoKellar, R  Lot 6, BIk. 5 ...
Stoneman, G. W  Lot 7, BIk. 5 ..
McCulloch, Geo  Lot 8, BIk. 5 ...
Penkelh, H. J  Lot 9, BIk. 5 ..
Decker, A. M  Lot 11, BIk. 5
Lalng, Fred J  Lot 7, BIk. 6 ..
Compton, H. L  Lot 9, BIk. o ..
Lang, Thos. J  Lot 7, BIk. 8 ..
Peck, Thos. E. I  Lot 8, BIk. 8 ..
Beilby, Eric D   Lot 11, BIk. S
Subd. Lot 5305, Map 5094
"A" .
Durico Giana   Lot 1, BIk. "A", Lot 2, BIk.
Durico Giana   Lot 8, BIk. "A" 	
Uurico Giana   Lot 4, BIk. "B" 	
Durico Giana   Lot 5, BIk. "II" 	
Durico Giana   Lot 6, BIk. "B" 	
JIcFall, Mrs. Ellen E  Lot 13, BIk. "D" ...:	
Subd. Lot 5305, Map 5094
Postell,  AKred      Lot 11, BIk. "G" 	
Subd. Pt. Lot 5306
Finley, Albert J  BIk. 36
Roberts, Fred C  BIk. 43
Reed, Clifton   111k.  15
Endocott,  D  BIk. 49
Subd. Lot 5307, Map 5096
Bradley, J. W    Lot  14  	
Fripp, H. D    Lot 17  	
Subd. Lot 1479, Map 4830
Kelly, Mrs. Isabbella, Estate     Lots 1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16	
Fraser, John & James     Lot 2 	
Subd. Lot 1527
Bowman, A	
McFall, Geo. E.
Lot 2 	
Lot 412S
Subd. Lot 1163, Map 5290
Long, Geo. Roy
Bishop, Peter W.
.Lot "A" .
Lot  4201
McPherson, Norman     Lot 4206 	
Subd. Lot 4899, Map 5450
Way Kee     Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12..
Summer, Richard     Lot  1904 	
Vaughan, Sheridan     Lot 4925  	
McFarlan,
Hastings, Harry
Meadows,
Hastings,
Jlrs
Han
Reeve, A. L.
Smith, Thos.
Chas. Estate   NW of NWW, Sec. 6, Denman Island..
l't. NWW, Sec. 4, Pt. NEW, Sec. 4A,
WW of SWW. Sec. 12, MARKED B,
Hornby  Island 	
Pt. SWW, Sec. 18, Denman Island	
Pt. NWW, Sec. 4, Pt. NEW, Sec. 4A,
Parcel "C", Hornby Island 	
Und, W of SW of SWW of Sec. 11,
Hornby  Island  	
l't. SW, Sec. 20, _ Pt. W 120 acres of
SWW. Sec. 21, Denman Island    	
Sees. 31, 32 _ 33, Denman Island 	
I'!. NWW. Sec. 13, Pt. SEW, Sec. 13,
Hornby  Island 	
Rudd, J. M.i Johnson, Z. _ Blair, J. A.
Piercy, Edward, 1
L.
NELSON DISTRICT
   Subd. Pt. Sees. 4 & 6A, Map 1478, Lot
1, BIk. F„ Royston Townsite	
    Lot 12, BIk. F., Royston 	
    Subd. Sec. 7, Map 438,, Lots 1  _ 2,
Illli. 2. Dunsmuir Townsite 	
    Subd. See. 7, Map 438, Lots 12 & 13,
BIk.   43   	
Warren. Mrs. V. G    l't. Lot  10, Nelson District 	
Yarwood, Edmund N    i't. Lot 12, Nelson District 	
Royston   Motor Co.,
Smith, Sidney 	
Brown, Benjamin ...
Carson, Jos. IT	
Comox Land Corporation
Comox Land Corporation
Comox Land Corporation
Comox Land Corporation
Warren, F. B	
Comox Land Corporation
Pollock, W. J	
Comox Land Corporation
Warren, 1 •'. B   	
l't. BIk. 38, 840 acres 	
Subd Pt. BIk. 33, Map 1927 Lot 3, BIk. 1
 4,   "   1
5,
    Hulid. Pt. BIk. 33, Map 1927, Lots 2 to
18, lilli. 2, except Lot 9, BIk. 2	
Warren, V. li   Subd. l't. BIk. 38, Map 1927, Lots 1 to
1.  Illl<. 3  	
   Subd Pt. BIk. 83, Map 1927, Lot 1, BIk, 4
       2,   "   4
Warren. F. II	
Warren. F. B	
Warren. F. 1)	
Warren, F. li	
Warren, F. B	
Warren. F. B	
Comox Land Corporation
Comox Lnnd Corporation
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. 1)	
Warren, F. B	
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F.
Warren, F. II.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. 11.
Warren, F. 11.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. II.
Warren, F. B.
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8,
9,
10,
11,
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
1   7,
B  ...  Subd Pt BIk 33, Map 1926 Lot 1, BIk A
3.90
.69
10.25
1.80
13.75
10.25
1.30
13.75
12.71
2.85
13.75
10.25
1.80
13.75
14.22
2.17
13.75
9.15
1.71
13.75
198.75
16.42
13.75
50.70
4.84
13.75
66.42
10.40
13.75
16.00
3.96
13.75
31.47
6.70 .
13.75
37.50
6.75
13.75
50.40
7.06
13.75
106.85
18.60
13.76
15.00
1.50
13.75
13.50
2.43
13.75
NANAIMO DISTRICT
56.40
9.89
13.75
. 37.64
6.13
13.75
33.68
5.88
13.76
64.20
12.80
13.75
175.35
34.45
13.75
265.11
73.27
13.75
90.42
41.62
i.00
13.48
7.30
1.20       12.75
19.44 3.15
100.85 23.93
155.41 27.22
3713.76 1112.90
11.06 1.15
24.04
225.89
160.92
27.02
78.41
8.50
6.37
66.68
13.28
8.50
26.38
2.79
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
425.45     118.60       13.75
226.93
124.10
191.77
12.67
127.52
129.66
150.28
20.02
143.47
153.83
202.13
193.38
204.83
206.56
170.14
240.78
114.35
138.01
123.01
149.79
141.15
114.67
105.78
102.26
126.54
115.07
120.18
110.84
214.71
58.40
38.10
65.95
2.35
41.20
42.35
49.70
6.15
47.50
61.65
69.08
67.80
70.50
71.35
56.00
68.30
33.29
43.90
36.05
39.75
40.05
33.40
29.76
28.30
37.45
33.75
35.10
31.85
68.65
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION  OF
PROPERTY
Arrears
of all
Taxes
Interest
and
Penalty-
Costs
and
1 Deed Fees
i
o
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.76
1629
3.00
.54
12.76
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
3.60
.64
12.76
16.99
3.30
.58
12.75
16.63
3.30
.58
12.75
16.63
4.00
.96
12.76
17.71
8.85
1.58
13.75
24.18
5.00
1.50
13.75
20.25
6.00
1.50
13.75
20.25
5.00
1.50
13.76
20.25
5.00
1.50
13.75
20.25
13.80
1.57
13.75
29.12
13.75
13.75
NAME OF  PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
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Warren,
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren, F. B.
Warren,
Warren.
Warren
Warren, F. B.
Warren
F. B   Subd Pt BIk 33, Map 1926 Lot 2, BIk C
F. B.
F. B.
F. B.
4,
1,
2,
1,
1,
2,
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2,
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Mrs. V. G   N Pt. NWW & SWW of Fr. NEW of
Fee. 27, Tp. 11 	
Robertson, Robert B   SEW of Sec. 28, Tp. 11	
Comox Land Corporation    Subd. Pt. NWW & SWW, Sec. 29, Map
1928, Tp. 11, Lots 4, 6, _ 8 Nelson
District   	
Henry Leighton    Subd. Pt. Sec. 30, Map 1930, Tp. 11,
Lot   S  	
Comox Land Corporation    Subd. Pt. Sec. 30, Map 1930, Tp. 11,
Lots 13, 14 _ 15	
Warren, F. B   Subd. Pt. Sec. 30, Map 1930, Tp. 11,
Lot  16 	
Comox Land Corporation    Subd. PI. Sec. 30, Map 1930, Tp. 11,
Lot 18 	
148.33
136.13
121.17
151.37
188.50
173.26
195.21
121.73
108.37
131.85
138.62
249.60
181.53
60.31
148.09
23.04
18.69
44.05
37.15
36.10
44.25
66.35
58.15
69.20
35.40
30.10
43.75
38.87
43.75
47.52
10.67
37.60
6.00
5.04
13.76
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.76"
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.76
206.13
187.03
170.02
209.37
268.60
246.16
278.16
170.88
152.22
189.35
13.75 191.24
13.76 307.10
13.75 242.80
13.76 84.73
13.75 199.44
13.76 42.79
13.75 37.48
12.75       17.34
25.80
26.80
29.31
25.80
30.14
24.61
228.92
69,29
90.57
33.71
51.92
58.00
71.21
139.20
30.25
29.68
122.79      32.75       13.75     169.29
53.41
90.7!
223.55
352.13
164.46      32.77       13.75     210.98
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Vancouver Island Synod   BIk. 1, Lot 21, except 89 acres 	
Westwood, Jos. A. H   Pt.  Lot  32  	
Laine, Arthur  Subd.  Pt. Pel. A, Lot 33, Map 2459,
Pt. Lot 35 	
Carmichael, Mrs. JC  Subd. Pt. (E) Lot 36, Map 1820, Lot 79
Samuels, Mrs. Anna    Subd. Lot 85, Map 2018, BIk. 1	
Gilchrist, R. G  Subd. Pt. Lot 85, Map 2018, Pt. BIk. 11
126.07
21.80
13.75
161.62
593.71
106.65
13.75
714.11
1054.42
380.18
13.75
1448.35
152.00
27.24
13.75
192.99
30.00
9.00
13.76
62.76
18.00
3.24
13.75
34.99
RANGE 1, COAST DISTRICT
Lands-downe, Baron G  Lot  139  	
Slater, Jno  Subd. Pt. Lot 156, Map 645, Pt. BIk. 1
Ellis. Wm  S. Pt. Lot 158 	
Taylor, T. H. _ Olter, C. O. P  Lot 647  	
Sproule, Jno. C  Lot 700 	
Larsen, Ralph   Lot  1494  	
Hayward, Chas. Estate  Lot  1768  	
Kamano, Michael   Lot 501  	
Roberts,  Hugh    Lot 941   ,	
88.00
34.32
13.75
136.07
«.00
.54
12.75
16.29.
30.00
5.40
13.75
49.15
20.00
4.80
13.75
38.65
36.00
6.48
13.75
66.23
27.50
5.22
13.75
46.47
9.00
1.62
13.75
24.37
9.00
2.43
13.75
25.18
8.00
2.16
13.75
23.91
RUPERT DISTRICT
Cook, Stephen
Pt. Indian District
Subds. Pt. Sec. 68, Map 2990
Olney, E. T. & J. M    Pt. Section 68
Kandy, J. D    Pt. Section 68
Nelson H  Pt. Section 68 .
192.63
24.33
13.75
230.71
107.44
18.75
13.75
139.94
52.05
8.65
13.76
74.45
26.86
4.20
12.75
43.81
Subd. Lot 94
Copper   Mountain   Mining  &  Deposit
Co., G. T, S. Lipjpy	
Kinney, Marshall J   Lot 315  .
Copper Mountain Mining _ Deposit Co.  Lot 320  .
Todd, John Wm  Lot 340  .
Kelly, F. M   Lot  1134
126.00
22.68
13.75
162.43
75.00
13.50
13.75
102.25
48.75
8.68
13.75
71.08
30.00
6.40
13.75
49.15
60.00
10.80
13.75
84.55
QUATSWO
Murray, J. S  Section 13
36.00
6.48       13.75       56.23
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75'
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.76
13.75
13.75
13.75
117.65
62.67
22.01
36.34
138.53
196.38
4840.41
25.96
44.16
306.32
187.95
49.27
118.54
25.04
557.80
240.68
175.95
271.47
28.77
182.47
185.76
213.73
39.92
204.72
219.23
284.96
274.93
289.08
291.66
239.89
322.83
161.39
195.66
172.81
203.29
194.95
161.82
149.2S
144.31
177.74
162.57
169 03
156.44
297.11
Subd. N'/2 of SE'/4, Sec. 2, Map 2388
Leland, N. G. Estate    Lot 5   .'.	
Pooley, Mrs. E. W   SW ot* Section 28, Tp. 2 	
Milne, Geo. L   EW of Sec. 17, Tp. 3 	
Milne, Geo. L   Sections 22, *23, Tp. 3	
Bishop of Columbia    EW of Section 14, Tp. 4	
Oliver, Mrs. Mlna    SW of SW of Section 22, Tp. 4 	
Mitchell Wilfred, H. S. & G   NW of Sec. 22 or Sec. 23, Tp. 4	
Bornstcin, Bertha, et ul    Und. 6/7 Int. in Section IS, exclusive
of  I. It n	
Leo, Edith K., Temple E., John, B. II.  Section 14, Tp. 6 	
Leo, Edith K„ Temple, E., John, B. H.  Section 15, Tp. 6 	
Subd. NE ■_* Sec. 19, NW'/4 Sec. 20, SW'/4 Sec.   29 & SE'/4 Sec. 30, Map 1667
Soul, Jno. H Lot 5, BIk. 14, Tp. 6 	
Imperial Canadian Trust Co Lot 10, BIk. 4, Tp. 6 	
Subd. Pt. NW'/4 Sec. 19, Map 1463
Williams, William T  lllks. 5A, 6. 16, 17, 28, 29, 38, 39, 40....
Williams, William T  Pt. N.W. W Sec. 19, Tp. 6	
Leo Edith K. Temple E. „ Jones R. F. Section 22, Tp. 6 	
Leo, Edith K„ Temple, E„ John, B. H. F. Section 23, Tp. 6 	
John, B. H  SWW Sec. 26, Tp. 6, exclusive of I. R.
Lee Editli K. Temple E. _ Jones R, 0. EW of SEW. Sec. 28, Tp. 6	
Subd. SW'/4 Sec. 30, Map 810, Township 6
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Williams,
Fowell, I
Wm.
Wm.
Win.
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T   Block 1, Tp. 6 	
T   Block 2, Tp. 6 	
T    Block 3. Tp. 6 	
T '.   Block 4, Tp. 6 	
T    Block 5. Tp. 6, Lots 1 to 5 	
T   Block 5, Tp. 6, Lots 7 to 10 	
T   Lots 13 to 20, Block 5, Tp. 6	
T   Lots 4 to 20, Block 6, Tp. 6	
  Lots 1 & 3 to 20, Block 7, Tp. 6..
T	
Lot 2, Block 7, Tp. 6..
Subd. SW'/4 Sec. 30, Map 810, Township
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Solllck, H. R. Estnto
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Win. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Wnvey, Leone Lucy ..
Williams, Wm. T	
Williams, Wm. T	
Jackson, Geo	
Lots 1 to 12, Block 9, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 18, BIk. 10, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 11, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 12, Tp. 6.".	
Lots 2 to 20, BIk. 13, Tp. 6	
Lot 1, BIk. 13, Tp. 6 .'.	
Lots 2 to 12, BIk. 14, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 lo 5, BIk. 15, Tp. 6	
Lots 7 to 9, BIk. 15, Tp. 6	
Lot 11, BIk. 15, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 11, Block 16, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 18 _ 20, BIk. 17, Tp. 6	
Lot 19, Block 17, Tp. 6	
Lots 1 to 9 & 11 to 20, BIk. 18, Tp. 6
Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 19, Tp. 6	
Lot 1, BIk. 20, Tp. 6	
15.00
2.50
12.75
_0.25
105.00
27.00
13.75
145.75
240.00
43.20
13.76
296.95
1280.00
172.80
13.75
1146.55
240.00
43.20
13.75
296.95
120.00
21.60
13.75
165.35
480.00
86.40
13.75
580.16
720.06
201.63
13.76
935.44
480.00
87.30
13.75
581.05
480.00
87.30
13.76
681.05
_ec. 30, Map 1667
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
4.50
1.05
12.75
18.30
123.75
22.27
13.75
169.77
86.25
15.15
13.75
115.16
345.00
62.10
13.75
420.85
399.00
71.82
13.75
484.57
11.25
2.03
13.76
27.03
22.50
4.25
13.75
40.50
6
16.00
4.32
12.76
33.07
48.00
12.96
13.76
74.71
32.00
8.64
13.75
54.39
80.00
21.60
13.75
115.35
20.00
5.40
13.75
39.15
16.00
4.32
13.75
34.07
32.00
8.64
13.75
54.39
68.00
18.36
13.75
100.11
66.50
17.60
13.75
97.75
8.00
2.34
13.76
24.09
6
48.00
12.96
12.76
73.71
72.00
19.44
12.76
104.19
80.00
21.60
12.75
114.35
80.00
21.60
12.75
114.35
75.00
20.52
12.75
108.27
6.00
1.44
12.76
20.19
44.00
11.88
12.75
68.63
20.00
5.40
12.75
38.15
12.00
3.24
12.75
27.99
6.00
1.56
12.76
20.31
44.00
11.78
12.76
68.53
76.00
20.52
12.75
109.27
2.00
.24
12.76
14.99
76.00
20.52
12.75
109.27
80.00
21.60
12.75
114.35.
16.29
.54
12.75
16.29
(Continued on Page Seven) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926.
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PAGE SEVEN
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NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
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RUPERT DISTRICT-continued
Subd. SW'/4 Section 30, Map 810 (Cont'd.)
Williams, Wm. T  Lots 2 to 20, BIk. 20, Tp. 6 	
Williams, Wm. T  Lots. 1 to .12, BIk. 21, Tp. 6	
Morrison, Jas  Lot 1, BIk. 22, Tp. 6	
Wlllinms, William T  Lots 2 to 4, BIk. 22, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T  Lots 3 to 11, BIk. 23, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T  Lots 1 to 8 _ 11 to 19, BIk. 24, Tp. 6
Williams, William T  Lots 3 to 18, BIk. 25, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T  Lots 3 to 10, BIk. 26, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T  Lots 12 to 20, BIk. 26, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T  Lot 1, BIk. 27, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T *.  Lots 3 to 18, BIk. 27, Tp. 6	
Williams, William T :    Lots 1 to 14, BIk. 28, Tp. 6	
Subd. SW'/4 Sec. 30, Map 810
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
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Subd. NE'/4 Sec. 24, & SE'/4 Sec. 25, Map 810A
76.00
20.52
12.75
109.27
48.00
12.96
12.76
73.71
3.00
.54
12.75
16.29
12.00
3.24
12.76
27.99
36.00
9.72
12.75
58.47
66.00
18.36
12.75
99.11
64.00
17.28
12.75
94.03
32.00
8.64
12.75
63.39
36.00
9.72
12.76
58.47
7.00
1.86
12.75
21.61
64.00
17.28
12.75
94.03
16.00
4.32
12.75
33.07
Williams, William T    Lots 5 to 10,
Williams, William T    Lots 1 to 10,
BIk. 29, Tp. 6..
BIk. 30, Tp. 6...
24.00
40.00
PORT HARDY
Subd. Pt. NW'/4 & Sec. 30, SW'/4 & Sec. 31, Map 700
Waldron. Capt. H, S. Estate   Lots 1 to 3, BIk. 8, Tp. 6....
Mills, S. Perry, Estate   Lots 12 to 14, BIk. 12, Tp.
De Veulle, Jane   Lots 3 ft 5, BIk. 15, Tp. 6..
Subd. Pt. NW'/4, Sec. 30, SW</4 Sec. 31, Map 700
Waldron, Jno. Estate   Lots 13 and 15, BIk. 16, Tp. 6	
Manlach, Thos   Lot 3, BIk. 21, Tp. 6	
Pllkington, W. F., Colptman ,W„ Edmonds, P  % int. In Lot 1, W to % int. 3, BIk. I
Tp. 6 	
Williams, Mrs. E  Lots 6, 8. 12, 14, 16, BIk. 33, Tp. 6....
Mills, S. Perry, Estate   Lots 15 „ 16, BIk. 38 	
Subd. Pt. NE'/4, Sec. 31, Map 1329
Mulrhead,  Mrs.  M  Lots 6 to 8. BIk. 15 	
Green, Geo. Ernest   Lots 7, 9, 11, BIk. 15 	
Guest, F  Lots 10 ft 12, BIk. 15 	
Dumbleton. Henry   Pt. Lots 1, 3. 5, 13 & 15, BIk. 25	
Perrott, R. Hyde   Lot 15. BIk. 32 	
Broodbent, H. W  Lot 14, BIk. 33 	
Cosens, Edward S  Lot 1. BIk. 30 	
Broodbent. II. W  Lot 3, BIk. 38 	
Broodbent, H. W  Lot 4, BIk. 43 	
Elliott. R. T„ ft Shandley, H. II  Lots 1, 2, 3, 5. 7. 9. 11, 13, 15, BIk. 45
Broodbent, II. W  Lots 15 ft 16, BIk. 48 	
Ozn   Bontaro    Lot 16, BIk. 51 	
4.00
18.00
27.33
16.50
15.00
5.00
6.50
5.00
22.57
15.84
6.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
63.04
3.00
5.00
Township 7
Walls, J. T„ Phillips, W. J., Hanson,
G. M. O. M., Donald, A   SWW _ NWW. Section 3 	
Williams, C. Beal, J., Pamphlett. T. H.
Bloomlicld, C. P  NW, SEW, Section 4, NEW Section 5..
Cotsfood. J. & J. F. Walls   SEW. Sec. 8. SW & NEW Sec. 9	
Martin,  Alexes   .'. SWW  Sec. 4 	
Raines, F. W .Und. 2/3 Int. In Fr. SEW. Sec. 5	
Jcnner. Helen  Katherine    Und. 1/3 Fr. SEW of Sec. 5	
Township 8
Rogers, J. E. M ' Fr. Section 2S, Fr. Sec. 29..
Township 9
Carey. Stuart      Pt. Section 16
Subd. NE'/4 Sec. 24, & SE'/4 Sec. 25, Map 810A
Williams,
Williams,
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2 to 10, BIk. 47 	
1 to 10, BIk. 48 	
1 to 6, BIk. 49 	
1 to 12. BIk. 60 	
1 to 20, BIk. 51 	
1. Block 52 	
6 to 18, 20, BIk. 62
1 to 20. BIk. 53 	
1 to 20, BIk. 54 	
1 to 18, BIk. 55 	
1 to 20, BIk. 56 	
1 lo 20. BIk. 57 	
I to 8. BIk. 58 	
II to 17. BIk. 58 ....
19 ft 20, BIk. 58 ....
1 to 12. BIk. 59 	
1 to 20, BIk. 60 	
1 to 20, BIk. 61 	
1 & 2, BIk. 62 	
5 to 19, BIk. 62 	
1 to 20, BIk. 63 	
1 to 19, BIk. 61 	
1 to 20, BIk. 65 	
1 to 20. BIk. 66 	
2 to 20, BIk. 67 	
1 to 20, BIk. 68 	
1 lo 12. BIk. 69 	
2 to 10. BIk. 70 	
12. BIk. 70 	
1 to 20, BIk. 71 	
1 to 20. BIk. 72 	
1 to 20, BIk. 73 	
1 to 20, BIk. 74 	
1 to 20, BIk. 75 	
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BIk. 79 	
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1 io 20. BIk. 85 ..
1 lo 17. 111k. 86 ..
19 „ 20. BIk. 86
1 to 10. BIk. 87 ..
13 to 20. BIk. 87
1 to II. BIk. 88 ..
18,  Bill. SS 	
17 lo 20, BIk. S.S
1 to 9, BIk. 89 	
II. BIk. 89 	
20.00
20.00
18.00
20.00
12.00
24.00
45.62
4.50
28.00
40.00
40.00
36.00
40.00
40.00
16.00
14.00
8.00
24.00
24.00
40.00
8.00
27.00
40.00
38.00
76.00
76.00
36.00
40.00
24.00
21.63
4.50
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
24.00
24.00
40.00
40.00
40.00
38.00
40.00
34.00
4.00
20.00
16.00
22.00
4.50
8.00
22.62
8.00
6.48
10.80
12.75
12.75
43.23
63.55
21.45
6.49
13.75
41.69
28.70
5.94
13.75
48.39
5.00
.78
12.75
18.53
-.90
4.92
7.60
4.53
4.02
.78
1.05
.78
8.21
4.27
1.04
.78
.54
.54
17.67
.54
.78
12.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.76
13.76
12.76
12.75
17.65
36.67
48.68
34.78
31.77
18.53
20.30
18.53
43.53
82.80
19.79
18.53
16.29
16.29
94.36
16.29
18.53
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams,' Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Bishop, Fredk.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams. Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
Williams, Wm.
859.52     249.69       13.75   1122.96
T  Lot 12, BIk. 89 	
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 90 ....
T  Lots 1 ft 2, BIk. 91 	
T  Lots 4 to 20, BIk. 91 ....
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 92 ....
T  Lot 1, BIk. 93  	
T  Lots 3 to 8, BIk. 93 	
T  Lots 10 to 20, BIk. 93 ..
T  Lots 1 to 12, BIk. 94 ....
T  Lots 1 to 12, BIk. 95 ....
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 96 ....
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 97 ....
T. .'.  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 98 ....
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 99 ....
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 100 ..
T ...'.  Lots 1 to 19, BIk. 101 ..
T  Lots 2 to 20, BIk. 102 ..
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 103 ..
T  Lots 1 to 12, BIk. 104 ..
T  Lots 1 to 11, BIk. 105 ..
T  Lots 2 to 19, BIk. 106 ..
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 107 ..
T  Lots 2 to 19, BIk. 108 ..
T  Lots 1 lo 20, BIk. 109 ..
T  Lots 1 to 9, BIk. 110 ....
T  Lots 12 to 20, BIk. 110
T  Lots 2 to 18, BIk. Ill ....
T • Lots 2 to 20, BIk.
T  Lots 1  to 20, BIk.
T  Lots 1 to 12, BIk.
T  Lots 1 to 12, BIk.
T  Lots 2 to 19, BIk.
T  Lots 1 to 20..BIk.
T  Lots 2 to 9. BIk.
112
113
114
115
116
117
118 ..
T  Lots 14 to 19. BIk. 118 	
William    Lot 20. BIk. 118 	
T   Lots 1 to 9, BIk. 119 	
T I:   Lots 11 to 20, BIk. 119 	
T    Lots 1 to 8, ft 12 to 20, BIk. 120..
T   Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 121 	
T    Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 122 	
T	
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T  Lots 1 to 7, BIk. 130 ..
T  Lots 1 to 10, BIk. 131
T  Lots 1 to 10, BIk. 132
T  Lots 1 to 20, BIk. 133
T .:  Lots 1 to 6, BIk. 134 ..
8.00
2.16
12.75
22.91
40.00
10.80
12.75
63.55
8.00
2.16
12.75
22.91
34.00
9.17
12.75
55.92
40.00
10.80
12.75
63.55
2.00
.56
12.75
15.31
12.00
3.24
12.75
27.99
22.00
5.95
12.75
40.70
24.00
5.4S
12.75
42.23
24.00
5.48
12.75
42.23
40.00
10.80
12.76
63.55
40.00
10.80
12.75
63.65
40.00
10.80
12.75
63.55
40.00
10.80
12.75
63.65
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
38.00
10.05
13.75
61.80
38.00
10.05
13.75
61.80
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
24.00
5.48
13.75
43.23
21.00
6.95
13.75
41.70
30.00
9.72
13.76
59.47
40.00
10.80
•13.75
64.55
36.00
9.72
13.75
59.47
40.00
10.80
13.76
64.55
18.00
4.S6
13.75
36.61
52.00
14.04
13.75
79.79
52.00
14.04
13.75
79.79
38.00
10.05
13.75
61.80
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
24.00
5.4S
13.75
43.23
24.00
5.18
13.75
43.23
36.00
9.72
13.75
59.47
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
16.00
4.32
13.76
34.07
12.00
3.24
13.75
28.99
18.00
4.S6
13.75
36.61
21.00
5.40
13.75
39.15
34.00
9.17
13.76
56.92
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
40.00
10.80
13.75
64 55
40.00
10.80
13.76
64.55
24.00
5.48
13.75
43.23
24.00
5.48
13.75
43.23
40.00
10.80
13.76
64.55
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
40.00
10.80
13.75
64.55
14.00
3.7S
13.75
31.53
20.00
5.40
13.75
39.15
20.00
5.40
13.75
39.15
20.00
5.40
13.75
39.15
12.00
3.24
13.75
28.99
Township 9
3438.28     897.84       13.75    4349.87
3100.80     900.81       13.75   4015.36
464;00     129.60       13.75     607.35
75.00       13.50       13.75     102.251
38.50        6.73       13.75       57.97  Rogers. J. E. Jl.
Rogers, J. E. M.
Rogers, J. E. M.
Rogers, J. E. M.
Rogers, Jno., E. M    NW ot SWW Sec. 33; SWW of SWW
Sec. 33 	
Sherwood, Ernest G    SW of NW, Sec. 33, NW, Sec. 34	
662.50     182.82       13.75     859.07
50     117.97
5.40
5.40
4.86
5.40
3.24
6.48
12.42
1.11
7.56
10.80
10.80
9.72
10.80
10.80
4.32
3.77
2.16
5.48
6.48
10.80
2.16
7.14
10.80
10.05
20.53
20.53
9.72
10.80
5.48
6.89
1.11
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.80
5.48
5.48
10.80
10.80
10.80
10.05
10.80
9.17
1.08
5.40
4.32
5.94
LU
2.16
7.03
2.16
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.75
13.75
13.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
12.76
12.75
12.75
12.75
59.22
39.15
39.15
36.61
39.15
28.99
44.23
71.79
18.36
48.01
64.55
64.55
58.47
63.55
63.55
33.07
30.62
22.91
42.23
42.23
63.55
22.91
46.89
63.55
60.80
109.2S
109.28
58.47
63.55
42.23
40.27
18.36
63.55
63.55
63.65
63.55
63.55
63.65
63.55
63.55
42.33
42.33
63.55
63.65
63.53
60.SO
64.55
56.92
17.83
38.15
33.07
40.69
18.36
22.91
45.40
22.91
Township 21
That pt. of Fr. Section 10, lying soutli
of Georgia Lake 	
That pt. of Fr. Sec. 11, lying south of
of Georgia Lake, Fr. Sec. 13 	
Fr. Sec. 13 	
Fr. SEW of NEW. S. Sec. 14 	
Township 23
Skinner, Jeptha J    Fr. SWW. Section 20 	
400.00       82.50       13.75     396.65
812.50.     224.25       13.75   1050.60
636.50     175.96       13.75     827.21
340.00       93.84       13.75     447.59
650.00     181.06       13.75     850.81
440.00      121.14        13.75      675.19
102.50       20.25       13.75      146.50
Subd. NE'/4 Sec. 19, NW. 92 Acres of Sec. 20, & SE 49 Acres of Sec. 30. Map 2006
Township 33
Olsen, Armme Oscar   SWW  Section 28 	
Sorge, Frances P  SEW of NEW. Section 28 ...
Dlgnam, Mrs. Mary Ella    SWW   Section 31 	
30.00
30.00
18.00
5.1" 18.76 49.15
6,40 13.75 49.15
3.21        13.75       34.99
Township 34
Radford,  Arthur  H  NEW of Section 7 	
Bragg, Frank Herbert   SWW of Section 8 	
Wnrrender, A. S   NWW of NWW of Section 17
18.00 3.24       13.75
30.00        5.40       13.75
60.00      lS.iio       13.75
34.99
49.15
89.35
Township 35
Milton. Jno. Estate   EW of Section 1 	
Heiberg, Lars G  EW of NEW of Section 8 	
Solum   Slver     SW of SEW of Section 8 	
Heiberg,  Liys.  G  NWW of Section 9 	
Solum   Slver    NWW of NWW of Section 10 	
Carlln. Jos. D  SW of SEW of NEW o( SEW o( Sec. 11
Hammond, Wm  SW of SEW o( NEW of Sec. 24 	
240.00
43.20
13.75
296.95
611.00
10.80
13.75
84.65
60.00
10.80
13:75
84.55
104.00
19.6S
13.75
137.43
30.00
6.40
13.75
49.15
3011.011
82.80
l:l.75
396.55
15.00
2.70
13.75
31.45
Section 29
N. W. Can. Invest. Company   Section 29 	
N. W. Can. Invest. Company   l't. Section 32
Gibbons, H. A '.  Pt. Section 68
Morton, Albert E  Lot   1445  	
Hilton, Adnw
Malm. John
Hilton, Gustnve  J..
MALCOLM ISLAND
Pt. EW of SWW  of NWW, & WW of
SW', ut Section. 1 	
WW. of NEW. Section 21 	
Sointula Townsite, Map 816
NW BIk. 27, EW BI. 28 	
1988.00 558.00
1867.70 523.11
228.53 39.99
30.no 9.86
44.20
29 27
13.75 2559.75
18.71 8404.66
13.75 282.27
13.75 69.11
13.75
13.75
60.04
50.58
49.77
Subd. Pt. SW'/, Sec. 21, & Pt. NW'/4 Sec. 9, Map 2112.
Sanderson, J. H    Lot  1. BIk. 1 	
Sanderson, J. H   Lot 6 BIk. 1. Lol 12. BIk. 1 	
Sanderson, J. II  Lots 6 to 11, BIk. 2  .,	
Myers,  0    Pt. Section 68, 2.5 acres 	
Wilson, H   Pt. Section 68, 1 ncre 	
Renouf Geo. Allin ft Char. Stephen...   Section 77 	
Burton A. S. ft Wire J    Subd. Lol 94. Lois 1 to 5	
Napier. Lieut. Col. R. It    Lot 92S NEW ft NEW of SEW 	
Stephens.   E   Und 1/3 lot. Sec. 16, 1113.5 ucres 	
Robertson II. B. & Helstermnn G. S    I'nd. W of NWW of Section 7 	
John, H. B '..   1,'nd. W o( NWW of Sec. 7 	
Holmes.  Annlo      NWW of Section 9 	
Tell Elizabeth A. ft John II. B    WW o( Sec. 19, Tp. 2 	
Molllson D. K. ft Cavanmougli N. J    Und. 2/3 of NW o( Sec. 17. Tp. 3.	
0.68
1,30
13.75
21.73
0.04
2.05
13.75
24.84
10.13
•1.23
18,76
.'14.11
60.24
12.00
13.75
85.99
20.S0
4.20
18.78
44.81
1077.44
804.61
13.75
1395.70
271.41
74.89
13.75
359.55
600.00 .
188.00
13.75
651.75
979.60
284.30
13.75
1277.U
239.00
B4.02
13.75
316.77
287.00
78.22
13.75
378.97
377.77
104.7S
13.75
496.30
930.00
294.80
13.75
123S.11
050.50
181.81
13.75
SI0.O0
(I'outlnt
ed on 1'
age Eight) PAGE EIGHT
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926.
B. C. CONSERVATIVE
CONVENTION SOON
Early in November Is Regarded As
Probable Time — Fallowing
Ottawa Conference
VANCOUVER, Oct. 4— Conservatives of British Columbia will probably hold a convention early in November for the selection of a Provincial leader. October 18 will mark a
meeting of the executive of the Conservative Association, and on that
date a convenient date for the convention will probably be selected. Next
Monday, in the East, Federal Conservatives will meet to consider the
question of thc resignation of Right
Hon. Arthur Meighen from the
leadership of the Dominion party.
Hon. H. H. Stevens and other western
men who will attend that gathering
expect to leave at once for British
Columbia to attend the executive
meeting fixed for a fortnight from
today in Vancouver. The only business to come before the executive
when it meets will be the selection of
time and place for the convention and
arrangement of the necessary preliminary details for the gathering.
Possible Lenders
The determination of Mr. Meighen,
who, it was suggested, might be
offered the leadership In the event of
his coming to British Columbia to
live, to definitely retire from active
participation in publlc affairs, gives
assurance that there will be a contest
for the leadership here.
That the present House leader, Mr.
R. H. Pooley, will be placed in nomination ls certain, while the name of
Hon. S. F. Tolmie is again much to
the fore, and his supporters are confident that he will permit them to
nominate him. Former Premier W.
J. Bowser, is also looked upon as a
contender for the honor and his
friends will nominate him. Mr. R. L.
Maitland, president of the association, is another who has a strong following, while the name of Mr. Leon
J. Ladner. member for Vancouver
South, ls being considered by many.
Comox Assessment District
(Continued from  Page Seven)
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT  DESCRIPTION OF
PROPERTY
s" a
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0 t.
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■_•   .
Subd. Pt. SW'/4 Sec. 21, & Pt. NW >/t Sec. 9, Map 2442.
Dominion Trust Co  Und. 1/3 of NW of Sec. 17, Tp. 3  315.99 88.00
John, Catherine J  SW of Sec. 17, Tp. 3   720.00 196.80
Skinner, E. M. et al    Sections 31 _ 32, Tp. 3   3392.00 940.80
Bornstein,  Bertha    Und. 6/7 int. in WW & WW of EW of
Section 33, Tp. 3   1193.08 332.87
Mills S. Perry, Estate    Section 27, Tp. 4   1712.00 475.20
Skinner E. M., Yates J. B. H., et al....  WW. WW of EW of Sec. 4, Tp. 5  1392.00 352.80
Skinner, E. M. et al    Section 6, Tp. 5   1710.00 475.20
Bornstein B„ Yates, J. S  Und. 6/7 int. in Sec. 7, Tp. 5, exclusive
of Indian Reserve   1636.11 407.69
Skinner, E. M. et al    SWW, WW of SEW of Sec. 9, Tp. 5.... 630.00 164.40
Bornstein, Bertha, et al     Und. 6/7 int. In Sees. 5, 8, & Fr. Ses.
17, Tp. 5  '..	
Tell, Marion Virginia    Und. 1/7 Int. in Sees. 5, 8 ft Fr. Sec.
17, Tp. 5   475.66 132.86
Muirhead, James   Sectionl, Tp. 6  1728.00 480.00
Mulrhead, James   Section 12, Tp. 6   1728.00 480.00
13.75 417.74
13.75 (30.55
13.75 4346.55
13.75 1539.70
13.76 2200.95
13.75 1758.55
13.75 2198.95
13.75 1957.55
13.75 808.15
2853.00     796.00       13.75    3662.75
13.75 622.27
13.76 2221.75
13.75 2221.75
SAYWARD DISTRICT
Borden, Walter   Subd. Pt. Lot 8, Map 2122, Lot 19	
Simons, A. W   Subd. Pt. Lot 8, Lot 21, Map 21»2	
Champeau, A  Lot 22, Pel. B. Map 2732 	
Londale & Heywood & Fell   Lot 13, Plumper Bay 	
Klrkup, Jno. Estate   Lot 53 	
Fraser, William    Subd. Pt. Lot 66, Map 1058, Lot 19,
BIk. B 	
Brunton. Jno   Subd. Pt. Lot 66, Map 1058, Lots 6 &
6, BIk. C 	
Brunton, Jno  Subd. Pt. Lot 66, Map 1058, Lots 21
& 22, BIk. C 	
Mannlcor, Edward   Subd.   Pt.   Lot  66, Map 1058, Lot 6,
BIk. D 	
Metral, Chas  Subd. Pt. Lot 66, Map 1058, Lots 9, 10
& 11, BIk. D	
Metral, Chas  Subd. Pt. Lot 66, Map 1058, Lot 13,
BIk. D	
Thulin, Chas. & Fred   Pt. Lot 69, 114 Acres 	
Paterson, Alex   Subd. Pt. Lot 69, Map 1076, Lots 4 &
5, BIk. 17	
Thulin C. Hoist O. & J. Olanville   Subd. Lot 72, Map 2090, Pt. Lot 11	
McDougall, Chas   Subd. Lot 72, Map 2090, Lot 13	
Thulin, Chas. & Fred   Pt. Lot 73 	
Mesters, Mrs. Annie    Subd. EW. Lot 75, Map 2078, Lot 7	
Burdick, A. C   Lots 176 & 177 	
Kenneliy, J. G. _ Thos  Pt. Lot 200 	
Shaw, Alfred    Subd. NEW  Lot 216, Map 1109, Lots
1 to 8 	
Shaw, Alfred   Subd. NEW Lot 216, Map 1109, Lots
13 to 10 	
Shaw, Alfred   Subd. NEW  Lot 216, Map 1109, Lots
24 to 30 	
Craig, Jas   Subd. NEW Lot 216, Map 1109, Lot 31
Tetter Warren    NW of Lot 217 	
Fish & By Products Ltd  Pt. Lot 217, Marked "A"	
Yeatman, Jas. R   NEW, Lot 218 	
Gregson J. ft Ballon R  Lot 672 	
Thulin, Chas. & Fred   Lot 717 	
Coates, C. C  Lot 744  „	
Todd, Jno. W   Lot 768   "	
Sayward Trading & Ranch Co  NEW of SEW. Sec. 36, Tp. 4	
Fr. NW & SEW of Fr. NEW. Sec. 13,
Horlock, Chas. J      Tp.  6 	
Stowe, Edgar C  SW of NWW. SEW - NW of SWW of
Section 34, Tp. 6  ...
Stowe, Edgar  C   NEW. Sec. 27. Tp. 6	
Robson,  George    Fr. NWW. Sec. 21, Cortez Island	
Alblnson,  Tom    Lot 867  	
Roberts, Pauline & Mary B  -Lot 2 of Lot 114, Sayward, B. C	
Heath, Andrew    Pt. Lot 174 	
Yeatman, F. C, Estate   Lot   182  	
Manson, Jno   Lot 403  	
Yeatman, Mrs. E. R   Lot  1026 	
Fagan,   Gerald     NEW <>t SWW. Sec. 16, Tp. 3	
Johnson, A. A   NEW, Sec. 19, Tp. 3	
Smith, M. E   Lot 860  	
Manson. Jno  N. Pt. SWW, Sec. 4, Fr. SW NWW
Sec. 4, Cortez Island 	
Huch, Mrs. Mable    NWW. Sec. 40. Cortez Island 	
Barrett, W. L   SW o[ NWW. Sec. 40, Cortez Island....
Barrett, Mrs. Mary    SWW. Sec. 40. Cortez.Island 	
Metral, Chas   Subd.   Pt.   Lot   66, Mnp 1058, Lot 7,
BIk. D 	
9.45
1.58
12.75
23.78
13.72
2.34
13.75
29.81
11.56
1.96 '
12.75
26.27
180.00
32.40
13.76
226.15
99.50
35.91
13.75
149.16
24.21
9.81       13.75
47.77
10.32 1.63 12.75 24.70
79.84 10.10 13.75 103.69
7.50        1.39       12.75      21.64
19.34
3.04
13.75
36.13
5.51
.88
12.75
19.14
1688.18
261.62
13.75
1963.45
6.21
1.09
13.75
20.05
86.14
25.02
13.75
124.91
61.77
11.04
13.75
86.56
178.01
28.26
13.75
220.02
27.98
4.91
13.75
46.64
911.00
391.74
12.75
1316.49
69.68
11.84
13.75
95.27
Human Flies Scale C.P.R. Chimney
VXfalking around a two-foot-wld-
platform that encircled tho top
of the 218-foot-high cb*m..L-y at the
end of the Windsor ttreet station
train platforms, Henry Field, ot"
New York, and Richard Boucher, of
Three Rivers, drew ninny eyes from
neighboring streets and from thu
windows of the C.P.R. offices Thu
men had been engaged by '.lie company to repoint the bricks, dean
the surface and repair the lightning rods on the huge chimney.
The work of getting tlie platform
to the top of the chimn-.y occupied
the men for eight days. Every upward movement of the platform waa
to a height of six feet and at the
last minute of completing this work
one of the men would bo standing
on a single plank, the rent having
been raised to the upper position.
This ticklish work was to tho onlooker dangerous in the extreme,
but the men thought nothing of it.
Asked if he ever suffered from
attacks  of  vertigo,   Held   laughed
and said he never had. "I feel just
as safe up there as I do on the
ground." He is a man over sixty
years of age and has been doing
this kind of work for the past forty
years. "I feel right at home on the
C.P.R, chimney," he added, "for I
huilt it in 1912." However, he is
thinking of quitting in another couple of years, although his nerve is
as gond as ever it was. He owns a
liu'.-section of land in Alberta' and
it is there that he says he will
settle down.
Both men moved with the same
eas_ at the perilous height as
though they were walking on tho
street. At times, when hauling a
plank upwards, one of them stooped
over the edge of the platform look-
ing sheer down the drop of 200 feet.
; A t other times they swung out from
I tho walls of the chimney perched on
a tiny cradle. At all times they
appeared to have complete mastery
of the situation.
Although it took them eight lay3
to hoist the -platform to its present
position, they glided from it to the
['round on a cradle in slightly'less
than a minute.
■ KW??&m&M
Sale of Mineral Claims for Unpaid Taxes
in the Comox District
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Monday, the 1st day of November, 1926, at the hour of
1 p.m. at the Court-house, Cumberland, B. C, I will sell at public auction the Crown-granted
mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, 1926, and for penalty, costs, and
expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
69.52      12.26       13.75       95.53
37.91        6.69       13.75       58.36
32.50
5.74
13.75
51.99
27.08
4.78
13.75
45.61
62.26
10.82
13.75
86.83
6.74
1.26
12.75
20.74
84.84
14.47
13.75
113.06
44.61
7.40
13.76
65.76
146.25
26.31
13.75
186.31
47.73
9.24
13.75
70.72
99.60
17.92
13.75
131.27
23.66
8.28
13.75
45.69
34.00
5.16
13.75
52.91
524.66
194.63
13.75
733.03
250.53
92.81
13.75
367.09
105.55
31.70
13.75
151.00
31.60
5.42
13.75
50.77
18.75
3.36
13.75
35.86
26.25
9.21
13.75
49.21
84.91
15.32
13.75
113.98
6.60
1.18
13.75
21.53
11.25
2.01
13.75
27.01
10.26
1.96
13.75
26.97
19.70
3.30
13.75
36.75
56.49
9.86
13.75
80.10
27.34
3.46
13.75
44.56
28.97
6.18
13.75
47.90
41.43
8.17
13.76
63.35
27.27
4.77
13.75
46.79
NAME OF OWNER
NAME OF CLAIM
Lot  Number
Taxes   Penalty Costs   Total
9.02
1.23       12.75
23.00
TIMBER LANDS
Grant, Wm. _ Lippy Bros  Lot 202, 250 Acres, Rupert District	
Pooley, Thos. E ."  Sec. 12, NEtf, Tp. 2, 160 Acres, Rupert
District  	
Pacific Terminal Land Co  Sec. 20, W. Fr. % ot NE'/,, Tp. 11, 63
Acres, Rupert District 	
200.96       35.10       13.75     249.81
581.36     188.48       13.75     783.69
97.18       26.40       13.75     137.33
DATED at Cumberland this 5th day of October, 1926.
JAMES L. BROWN,
Collector, Comox Assessment District.
Anderson, Wm. E   Blue Bird No. 1   1538
Brignall, F. & Fit comb. II. A  Blue Bird No. 3 Fraction.. 1542
Blackmore, Frances M    Full .Moon   2045
Blackmore, Frances M    Full Moon Extension   2047
King, Mrs. M    Hayden Boy   803
Corker, A. W. _ Gray, L. E    Independent No. 2   1555
Thomas, Harry J    Josephine   378
Fox, P. & Pritchard, Edna ,    Magnet    886
King. M„ Estate    Martle   804
Anderson,  Wm. E    .Merry Widow No. 2   1530
Vaughan, Wm. J    Merry Widow No. 5   1533
Halliday. Wm. M    Merry Widow No. 6   1534
Halliday, Wm. M    Merry Widow No. 3   1540
Blackmore, Frances M    New Moon Fraction   2046
Thomas, Harry J    Sunrise   377
Halliday, Wm. M    Sldehil! Fraction   1543
Fox,  Polly      Trilby    998
Peal,  Charles    Young Sport No. 1   1531
Warren, Wm. J    Young Sport No. 4   1556
Rupert    11.50 .46
Rupert    11.00 .44
Grp.   1,  N.W.D. 11.00 .44
Grp.  1, N.W.D. 13.00 .52
Sayward    48.00 10.56
Rupert   8.75 .27
Sayward   13.00 .52
Sayward   13.00 .52
Sayward   52.00 11.44
Rupert   13.00 .52
Rupert   13.00 .52
Rupert   9.00 .36
Rupert   7.50 .30
Grp.   1,  N.W.D. .75 .03
Sayward   13.00 .52
Rupert   7.50 .30
Sayward   12.75 .51
Rupert   4.50 .18
Rupert   10.50 .42
13.75
25.71
13.75
25.19
13.75
25.19
13.75
27.27
13.75
72.31
13.75
20.27
13.75
27.27
13.75
27.27
13.75
77.19
13.75
27.27
13.75
27.27
13.75
23.11
13.75
21.55
13.75
14.53
13.75
27.27
13.76
21.55
13.76
27.01
13.76
18.43
13.75
24.67
DATED AT CUMBERLAND, B. C, this 5th day of October, 1926.
JAMES L. BROWN,
Collector, Comox Assessment District.
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Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
best groceries
Slowest possible prices
The select quality of our
Groceries is sure to keep that
smile of satisfaction glowing
on hubby's face.
OUR LOW PRICES WILL
MAKE YOU SMILE, TOO!
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GROCERY STORE
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Phone 122 Cumberland
■___■ FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1926.
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
P*
PAGE NINE
Survey Monuments
In man's earliest civilization natural boundaries such as rivers,  ranges
of  hills,  or dense  forests  served  to
limit the territory over which neighboring bands of hunters claimed the
rights of proprietorship as against all
others.   When the family became the
■ unit as distinguished from the tribe
j and when pastoral pursuits were en-
j gaged in some division of land among
| the  various  families , was   necessary.
These   boundaries   or   dividing   lines
were no doubt  lirst roughly defined
i but aa  population increased  and  in-
! dividuala became more and more in-
J terested in the acquisition of wealth
, it was necessary to actually mark the
j division   lines.     Hence  tlie  are  and
practice of land surveying came into
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BREAD AND LIVE IN THE PATHWAY OF
HEALTH
PURCHASE YOUR BREAD AND CAKES FROM
McBRYDE'S  BAKERY
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The White Store
First-class Certificates for Bread, Cake, Confectionery
Courtenay, B. C.
^ANCHOR
Ar-CTHOHOONA' icon
CANADIAN  SERVICE
FROM   MONTREAL
To  I'ljiiioiitli-Chcrbourit-I.ciiidoii
Ascnnla Oct. 22 Ausonla Oct. 29
To Liverpool
Auranla Oct. 22
Tn lielfnst mid ('lusgow
Athenla Oct. 29 Letitla Nov. 12
FROM NEW YORK
To Queenstown nnd Liverpool
Franconia Oct. 23       Samaria Oct. 30
To Uiorhoiirg nnd Southampton
Aquitanla Oct. 27, Nov. 17, Dec. 8
Berengaria Nov. 3, Nov. 24, Dec. 15
*Mauretania Nov. 10, Dec. 1
To Londonderry und (alusgow
Caledonia Oct. 23    Cameronia Nov. 6
To l'lymouth-Hnrre-Lundon
Lancastrla Oct. 23    Carmania Oct. 30
To  I'lyinoiitli-Cherbourg-IInmburg
Andania Nov. 11
FROM BOSTON
To QuceiiNtown und Liverpool
Samaria Oct. 31, Nov. 28
•Calls at Plymouth, Eastbound.
Money orders, drafts and Travellers'
Cheques at lowest rates. Full information from local agents or Company's Offices, 622 Hastings St. W.,
Vancouver, B. C.
existence and with it various types of
survey monuments.
In western Canada where all the
original land subdivision has been
carried on under Instructions of the
Survey General of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, the earliest survey stakes used were of wood,
but it was even then recognized that
a more permanent form of marking
was advisable and very soon thereafter iron bars were used, first at
township corners and then at all section corners. Attached to the early
type of iron bar at section corners
was a square of sheet tin on which
the section numbers were stamped.
These tin squares, however, proved so
attractive to the Indians who often
made necklaces of them that they
were later on discarded and a bar
with a squared solid top on which
the information Ior tlie corner could
be stampde was used instead. These
iron bars were far more permanent
than wooden stakes but they could be
easily pulled out and many of them
were used in an unauthorized manner
as tethering stakes.
As land became more valuable and
as the amount under cultivation increased, the increasing value of more
permanent surevy monuments was
recognized. A post consisting of an
iron pipe with the centre core filled
with cement, with a foot-plate to
prevent it from being pulled out and
having a brass cap on top to receive
the proper Inscription for the corner,
was designed and is now in use on all
Dominion land surveys. This post is
durable and is not easily removed.
Being planted flush with the ground
it Is referenced by pits or a mound In
order that it may be readily found.
These monuments have proved very
satisfactory and tlie boundary lines
of farms or lots thus marked are
relatively permanent. There are,
however, large areas in western Canada not so well marked aud Dominion
land surveyors In the course of their
jOtlier duties are putting down as
opportunity offers some of these permanent survey posts wherever they
may be working.
Thus these survey posts nre not all
confined to the subdivided areas of
the western provinces but are being
placed at many other points. There Is
a considerable number along many ol
the main waterways of the Northwest
Territories and of the northern portions of Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
DR. W. BRUCE GORDON
Dental Surgeon
Office Cor. of Dunsmuir Ave.
Opposite Ilo-llo Theatre
CUMBERLAND, B.C.
24 TELEPHONE 100
TAXI
ASK FOR CHARLIE DALTON
Car   leaves   Cumberland   Hotel
at 9:00 a.m, every Sunday and
meets  boat at  Union  Bay.
Good. £&]*§
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Selling price  tp JL UU
CHEVROLET SEDAN -JJKKft
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Blunt & Passie, Ltd.
Courtenay
Phone 61
They extend for instance from Waterways, a railway station three hundred
miles north of Edmonton, to the Arctic ocean, and there is another connected series from The Pas to lake
Athabasca. Tlie locations of all these
posts are accurately recorded, and
they serve as references for all other
surveys, explorations or investigations of the adjacent areas. In the
mapping being carried on by tlle
Topographical Survey io Ontario,
Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova
Scotia, these permanent survey posts
are being placed at all prominent
points and are available for future
reference for all surveying or engineering purposes.
UNION   HOTEL
Cumberland, B. C.
First-class throughout
Excellent Cuisine
Electrically Heated
Phone 15
The Discriminating
Housewife
Demands Reliable Products
Goods that have merited the confidence of the
purchasing public—
COMOX POTATOES "look for thc tag on the bag."
COMOX CREAMERY EGGS.
COMOX JERSEY ICE CREAM.
COMOX CREAMERY BUTTER.
COMOX WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR.
Comox Creamery
Association
■HS.a.T*.T.C.t-
Cumberland Supply Store
Rickson's Old Stand Dunsmuir Ave.
"BUILDING FOR GREATER SERVICE"
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Heinz Tomato Ketchup, 35c, 3 for $1.00
Libby's Catsup, per bottle 24
Heinz Pure Malt Vinegar, 32-oz 48
Heinz Pure Distilled White Vinegar 16
Heinz Worcestershire Sauce, lge. bottle  45
Mcintosh Red Apples, per box   2.55
Mcintosh Red Apples, 3 pounds for 25
Gem Lye, 15c per can or 2 cans for 25
Heinz Pork and Beans, small, 2 for 25
Shelly's Fresh Bread, 3 for  25
Shelly's Cakes, each  25
Cooking Apples, 6 .pounds for 25
Bananas, per pound  15
Vancouver Creamery Butter, 2 pounds for 85
Oranges, 3 dozen for  1.00
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Men's Work Socks, 3 pair for 95
Men's Work Socks, 2 pair for 45
Men's All-wool Mackinaw Coats  12.50
Men's new style Caps at $1.50, $1.75 and  2.00
Men's Work Suspenders at 45c, 65c and  1.25
Men's fleece-lined Underwear, per suit   2.35
CUMBERLAND SUPPLY STORE
Phone 155 Cumberland
Two Nations Aided Bok
To Import Nightingales
Two nations and two corporations
aided Edward W. Hok In his experiment or bringing nightingales to
America, which has been watched by
the public with great interest.
In his first public statement on his
effort to add these famous songsters
lo our national birds, published In the
October Sorlbner's .Magazine. Mr. IJok
tells bow, after the failure of the first
attempt, he finally succeeded.
"For weeks the quest went on, and
finally six more nightingales were secured,*' ho writes. "The interest of
the British Government had Increased,
all restrictive export bars were removed, and Major Xornabell was soon
on the ocean with the nightingales in
a cabin of their own, put aside for
them hy the Atlantic Transport Line.
Meanwhile the American Government
was asked to join with thc British
Government, and an order came to
New York from General Andrews In
Washington thai nothing should stand
in the way of the birds being expeditiously 'cleared.' The Seahord Air
Line forgot all rules, and placed at
the disposal of the birds a private
drawing room ou its special 'one-night
-out' express to Florida, and within
thirty hours from their arrival in New
York the six nightingales had joined
the remaining three, and were chirping in thc sunshine of the Flamingo
Slate. Thus did tlie two most powerful governments of the world and two
large corporations unite to speed six
little birds on .their way to a new
home and. perhaps, to a new leaf ln
the  history of American  bird-lore."
P.P.Harrison, M. L. Ap
Barrister, Solicitor,.
Notary Public
Main Offlce
Courtenay            Phone 258
Local Offlce
Cumberland Hotel ln Evenings.
Telephone  Hilt  or  24
Get Your Hot Tamales Here
.-Hot All The Week Round
FULL  OF  CHICKEN
The Royal Candy
Ice Cream Every Day
OPEN   EARLY OPEN   LATE
SYNOPSIS OF
UNO_CT__EN0_E_TS
rH_-_.uTTTO_S
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed
Crown lands may be pre-empted by
British subjects over 18 years of age,
and by aliens on declaring Intention
to become British subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,
and improvement (or agricultural
purposes.
Full information concerning regulations regarding Pre-emptions is
given ln Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained tree ot charge
by addressing tllc Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Hecords will be granted covering
only land suitable for agricultural
purposes, and which ls not timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board
(eet per acre west of tbe Coast Range
and 8,000 feet per acre east of that
Itange.
Applications for pre-emptions are
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied (or
is situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies of which can he obtained from the Laud Commissioner.
Pre-emptions must be occupied (or
five years and improvements made
to value of $10 per acre, including
clearing and cultivating at least five
acres, before a Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed Information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt
Land."
I'UKCHASE
Appllcatlons are received for purchase of vacant aud unreserved
: Crown lands, not being tlmbcrland,
for agricultural purposes; minimum
i price of first-class (arable) land Is 15
per acre, and second-class (grating)
land 12.50 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or lease
of Crown lauds lu given in Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease of Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment of
stutnpago.
HOMESTEAD LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not oxceodlng 20
acres, may be leased as homesltes,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected In tho first year, title being
obtained after residence and Improvement conditions arc fulfilled and
land has heen surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 acres
may be leased by ono person or a
company.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Act the Province Is divided Into grazing districts
and the range administered under a
Grazing      Commissioner. Annual
grazing penults nre Issued based on
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stock-owners
mny form associations for range
management. Free, or partially (ree,
permits are available (or settlers,
I campers and travellers, up to ten
I bead. PAGE TEN
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1926.
New
Crepe-de-Chene
Dresses
We have just received another shipment of Misses and
Ladies Silk and Crepe-tle-chene Dresses; some very
smart designs, with good contrasting colors, are to be
found in our show room. We invite you in to see them.
For Misses who are wanting ;t very smart Dress and
yet an inexpensive one, we have some real natty
Dresses at u very small price.
NEW CREPE-DE-CHENE SCARVES—
Our Stock of Scarves at present includes a splendid
assortment of real new, and up-to-the-minute goods.
A shipment direct from France arrived ti few days ago
and are now on view.
LADIES COATS—
We have a select showing of new Fall Coats in various
Cloths with Fur Collars, also in Black and Brown
Needle Point.
LADIES UMBRELLAS—
A new shipment of the smartest and newest in Ladies
Umbrellas. If you desire a really good selection of
fine umbrellas give us an opportunity to show you
some of our new lines, and we feel that you will be'
more than satisfied.
DRYGOODS
GENTS FURNISHINGS
Personal Mention
The "GEM"
Barber Shop
Opposite Ilo-llo Theatre
Cumberland, B.C.
ALBERT EVANS
Practical Barber _ Hairdresser
Ladies' hair cut, any style 50o
Children's hair cut any slyle 35:
j Miss .1. Balagno left this morning
. for Vancouver whore she will undergo an operation at the General Hospital.
* *   *
! .Mis. J. Newton, of Duncan, arrived
iu Cumberland last evening and ls
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Graham.
• .    «
>    Mr. and Mis. E. Shearman Bird, nee
I Hesse Stewart, of Vancouver, were the
I gnosis lasl week-end of Mrs. Marion
Stewart, Allan Avenue.
Mrs. A. Wheeler
Teacher of the Piano.
PHONE 15
Union Hotel Cumberland
DINING ROOM
Our Dining Room offers good food,
good  service,   reasonable  charges
King George Hotel
"Western stories will never die,"
recently declared Art Acord, star of
'Hustlers* Ranch," a Blue Streak
Western which is coming to the Ilo-
llo next Wednesday and Thursday as
pan of ti double programme. To
prove his contention Acord cited tbe
great number of pictures turned out
every year. In this picture which
Clifford Smith directed nre Olive Has-
brouck, Duke It. Lee. George Chesbro
and Edlthe Yorke as well as Acord's
trained borse and dog.
AUCTION SALE
of HE A I. ESTATE. HOUSEHOLD II IIMTTHK. STOCK,
Iliri.EJlE.Y.'S, etc
E. Felix Thomas duly Instructed by Mr. „. Navey. who is leaving
the district, will sell by public auction (WITHOUT RESERVE)
nt his  home on  the  ROYSTON-CUMBERLAND  ROAD   labout
half a mile from Koyston i on
SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER Kith
commencing at 12
ii.iu.
THE HEAL ESTATE comprising tin acres good laud, pleasantly situated close to sea. rail and scliool. About half the land
Is cleared. Tlle whole is fenced and cross-fenced. Slx-riioin
dwelling house with bath ruoin. private spring water system -
two never failing wells telephone. Hani I'or ten head ol stock.
Aitiuihinitiation for 300 head of poultry, large garage, several
gncid out-bulldlngs, fruit trees ami large garden. Lot 12, subsection S.s, Map 1031, Township 11. Nelson District.
Terms for Heal Estate half cash, balance to i-.ul! at Ii per cent.
Will be sold about 2:80 p.m. Plre Insurance policies expiring
July 1020 go tn buyer.
FURNITURE ".Strauss" upright piauo In good condition; oak
sectional bookcase; Encyclopodln Brltnnnlca complete; upholstered chesii'iiielil; occasional tablos; parlor rockers and
chairs; two good heating stoves; rugs; linoleum of three nunns;
pictures; I Us; two Aladdin lamps; one Rnyo; Singer drop
head sewing machine; double white enamel bed with Ostormore
mattress; single tied with imx spting; large chest oi drawers;
looking glass; Canadian Ideal 6-bole kitchen range; Kitchenette
cabinet; crockery; glass ware; hand power washing machine;
Kitchen chairs.
icy cow iriiiu pure bred parents, 4
and bred; Jersey heifer, !i mouths,
general purpose mare, aged, buggy
well harvested oal and clover hay;
light wagon with shafts ami polo; good buggy; set wagon harness; set buggy harness; 200 head of poultry Including 120
pullets (40 Wyandottes, Paul's Btraln, all laying. 50 barred
rocks from Stalker's birds, oilier Wyandottes. Leghorns and
Aneonas.)
IMPLEMENTS. T00L8,  etc.—"Wee  McGregor" drag saw, just
completely overhauled, with two blades; 200-ogg capacity
"Buckeye" Incubator; 200-egg 'Wisconsin" Incubator and brooder; 12 bore Remington pump action shot gnu; .2.1 calibre Stevens
rifle; two cross-cut saws; peevles; wheel-barrow; grindstone;
axes; forks; hammers; shovels; scythe; block and steel cable;
carpenter's vise; buck saw; steel liars; quantity small tools
and numerous sundries; also Eureka Cultivator, hand cart.
Full particulars may he hail from the auctioneer—
E. FELIX THOMAS
LIVESTOCK Capital .Id
years, fresh three mon h
from excellent milk cow;
or saddle; about six ions
Mr. Thos. H. Carey, First Grand
Principal of the Grand Chapter of
Royal Arch Masons of B. C, returned
to Cumberland on Monday evening
after paying official visits to Chapters
in the interior of the Province. During the course of his visit, the first
grand principal visited chapters In the
Crows Nest Pass and Okanagan Valley, covering in all upwards of 2,1100
miles.
«   *   *
HELP WANTED—All law-abiding
citizens are requested to organize an
Thursday, October 21st. Three Had
Men are coming to town.
* •   •
Mr. Thos. (Taw) Johnson arrived
recently from Seattle and Is spending
a holiday with his parents at Union
Bay.
* •   *
Mrs. Marion Stewart and Mr. Malcolm Stewart, who have been spending the week In Vancouver, arrived
home this evening.
* *    •
Mr. J. W. Jago, of Victoria, is relieving at the Royal Bank of Canada
during thc absence of Miss J. Balagno.
* *   *
Miss Jessie McKee. of Vancouver,
arrived in Cumberland Saturday hist
on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Wm. S.
Wood. Miss McKee is accompanied
by her friend, Miss Eileen Thompson,
also of Vancouver.
* *   «
The Juvenile Foresters wlll meet in
tbe Fraternal Hall on Monday, Oct.
2Gth, at 7:00 p.m.
Mrs. F. G. Freeman and sons Teddy
and Donald, returned to Vancouver
last Monday, having spent the past
month in Cumberland with Mrs.
Freeman's mother. Mrs. M. Stewart.
Pumpkins,  hayseed,  squash,
Watt Williams, by gosh!
—Hayseed Ball, Nov. 5th.
RARE TREAT IN STORE
CARD OF THANKS
The recital to be presented by Miss
Theresa M. Seigel, of Calgary, on the
28th of October promises to be of unusual Interest and it is hoped will be
generously patronized. The miscellaneous program of humorous und
dramatic selections will appeal to
young and grown up as it will Include
such number as "An Abandoned
Elopement," "The Story of Danny,'
"At the Photographers," "The University of Hard Knocks," and other general favorites.
Miss Seigel's work is In much demand all over the west and tlle fact
that she Is to give an evening in tlie
Cumberland United Church (formerly
St. George's) will be of great Interest
to all. She will he assisted by other
well-known artists. Admission bus
been set al SOc for adults and 26c for
children.
I AltH   I,AMIS   WANTED   (or  dish
buyers. Describe, give price. II.
Webster, 121 Tenth St.. New Westminster, B. C. 41-43
WANTED—We want cars. If you
have a car and need cash, write or
call B. C. Motor Exchange Ltd.,
1052 Fort St, Victoria, B.C.     t.f.n.
Victor Records
WHERE'D YOU GET THOSE EYES?
and
HIDIDDLE-DIDDLE
Fox Trots
George Olsen _ His Music
BABY FACE
Fox Trot
Jan Garber and His Orchestra
BARCELONA
and
ON THE RIVIERA
(Two hig hits of tlie "Valencia" type on the same record
Fox Trots
International Novelty Orchestra
BYE BYE BLACKBIRD
Fox Trot
George Olsen „ Ills Music
Vocal
Gene Austin  (Tenor)
VALENCIA
Fox Trot
Paul Whllemiin and His Orchestra
Organ Solo
Jesse Crawford
Vocal
The Revelers
FOR MY SWEETHEART
Fox Trot
Art  Landry and His Orchestra
Vocal
Gene Austin
Lang's Drug Store
The Rexall-Kodak Store
"It Pays to Deal at Lang's"
FOB    SALE—Garage    Business   and I
Building   with   eight   living   rooms j
above.     Garage   Stock   at   Invoice.
Apply   Win.   Henderson.   Box   182,;
Cumberland. lt.!
I
FOB SALE—Pure Bred Airedale Pups
(Beauties). Apply Dave Wilson at
Comox  Lake, Cumberland. lt.
STANDARDINE   fl»7P
5  TUBE   RADIO   «P I t>
Coast to Coast—No idle boast
400 Installed In  Biltmore Hotel,
Mr. and Jlrs. James Potter wish to New Vork.
thank all those people who gave such  DX> E    ineering  & Sa)es Co>>
ready assistance to them at the time , I IH
of their accident on Saturday. October
2nd.
20 Bloor St. W.
Toronto
DON'T FORGET
ANNUAL FIRST AID WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE
in the
ILO-ILO DANCE HALL, CUMBERLAND
Fri., October 22
commencing at 7:30 p.m.
WILLIAM FOX presents
3 BAD
MEN
Based onVermanWhitahfn novel 'OVER the BOlWER'-^'Vie romance oj
a girl In the land ofpmmlsc^Civllliatlon marches West ■**•*- ftomaechfrs In
starch of gold, liberty and happiness •»•— Cast of 25.000 with —
GEORGE O'BRIEN-OLIVE BORDEN
J. FARRELL MCDONALD - tom santschi - frank campeau
L0UTEUK3EN-A1EC B.FRANCIS-PRISCUM BONNER anil tht PRAIRIE BEAUTIES
JOHN   FORD Production,
ILO-ILO THEATRE
One Night Only
Thursday, October 21
_'rS_i=*'*'**_JSS=M£«=S=iS^^
GAIETY THEATRE
Friday and Saturday
October 22 and 23
«t*SMMta_ssa_ss3Msaae9a_swa!^^
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