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Array THE ISLANDER established 1910.
With which is Consolidated The Cumberland News.
VOL. IX., No. 30
CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1918.
t
Aogislatioii J library
THE CUMBERLAND NEWS established 1891
Subscription price, $2.00 per year
Fellow
Canadians!
"T 7"0U who spend as much or more on your
V enjoyment—who indulge in ps many of the
X good things of life as ysu ever did—you
who buy what you want to, eat what you fancy,
go where you please—who deny yourselves
nothing—how much real thought do you give to
the winning of the war?
"Youknowwhatwehavetoputupwith. Do you
think we could stand it all—the homesickness,
the untold misery, and the terrible fighting—if
>>« dreamed "over there" that you Were trifling
with this war, tlmt you wera eoending money on
frivolous things?
"Don't you see that every time you. spend a dollar
on a thing you don't really need you are using the
labor of a man who should be either fighting or
making something that will help us—your
soldiers—to fight?
"Oh, you chaps with money in your pockets and
comfort in your homes and love of ease cankering
you souls,—if you could know as I know all that
war means, you'd stint yourselves down to the
barest necessities, so that Canada's money and
Canada's material and Canada's labor could all
go into guns and shells and equipment for our
boys in France to fight with!"
NEW VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN
OPENED OY SIR THOMAS WHITE
WINNIPEG, Oct. 8.—Sir Thomas in the'Industrial Bureau as follows:
White, Minister of Finance, opened "The; Victory Loan is an undertak-
tlic campaign for the second Canadian Ing of the utmost national Importance
Victory Loan with a stirring speech to the people of Canada. Us success
iu Winnipeg tonight. The Industrial Is absolutely essential to our contin-
llurcau was crowded with men and ued prosecution of the war and the
women to hear the minister speak on maintenance of prosperity upon which
the new loan. our war effort   necessarily   depends.
Five hundred millions of dollars is Canada relies upon the Victory Loan
the amount required to be raised by to enable her to carry on. Canada
the Canadian' Government, to carry on has played a great and noble part In
Cauad's part in the prosecution of the the war, and no part of Canada lias
war. The minimum amount which responded to the call more spontane-
the minister asks for ls $300,000,000. ously and wholeheartedly than Win-
The larger amount will be raised, if nipeg and the West. Hardly a house
possible. without    Its   representative   at   the
There are no 20-year bonds ln this front; hardly  a  family  without  be-
issue.    Five  and  afteen-year  bonds reavement lu the circle of Its relation-
will be available ln the new loan, the ship;  Winnipeg has suffered greatly
amount being payable by investors as and nobly for the cause,
follows: "It ls not necessary   in   Winnipeg
Ten per cent of the total issue price to speak of the achievements of the
on application; 20 per cent on Dec- Canadian forces in France. Their
ember 6,1918; 20 per cent ou January valor has won the admiration of the
G, 1919; 20 per cent on February 6, world and will for all time shed lustre
1919; 30 per cent on March 6, 1919; upon the name of Canada. We can all
on which latter date the accrued in- hold our beads higher by reason of
terest of 1 1-16 per cent also will be what tttey have done and suffered In
payable. The net return to purchas- Europe. They saved Calais in 1915,
ers will be 5% per cent on their In- and Calais is the key to the invasion
vestment. of England.   They took  the  famous
The selling campaign for the new Vimy Ridge.   They have been ln the
loan will begin Monday, October 28th forefront ot the victorious lighting of
next, and will continue until Satur- this summer.   Where they have led
day, November 16th, victory.has followed.  They were the
Sir Arthur Currle's Message first to break through  the  Hinden-
Gen. Sir Arthur Currle, command- burg line. They were the spearhead
Ing the Canadian forces in France, of the British attack at Cambrai.
sent the following cable to Sir Without boasting, they may be regar-
Thomas White, in connection with ded as the most formidable fighting
the campaign: nuit  in   Europe   today.    Under   Sir
"You are about to launch another Arthur Currle they are playing a great
Victory Loan campaign, the result of part in crushing the world menace of
which will be watched with Interest German militarism.
by every Canadian soldier In France. Vast Undertaking
We have Inst won our third great "Our' war' effort has;b'een a great
battle since August 8, in which period undertaking tor Canada. We, are
the Canadian corps has met and de- lighting our soldiers thousands of
rented 47 of Germany's best divisions, miles from their homes ln the Dom-
We have captured 28,000 prisoners inion. from Nova Scotia to British
and more than 500 Held and heavy Columbia. More than 500,000 called
gunsr and we have liberated 69 towns to the colors; more than 400,000 sent
and villages, overseas—It is a wonderful record for
"Great as has been the material the Dominion, with its sparse popula-
rcsults, the moral victory is greater, tion. Our men have had to be raised,
These remarkable achievements equipped, given preliminary training
would not have been possible without in camps in Canada, carried overseas,
the most loyal support and encour- trained specially in England and then
agement from home. A continuance sent to France. Our army constantly
of that spirit ls imperatively neces- requires food, clothing, ammunition
sary to consummate the final victory, and pay. For these purposes money
of which we are all so confident. The must be raised. Finance underlies all
people of Canada will, I am sure, re- the operations of war.  The main pur-
Registration of
United States Citizens
Male citizens of the United States living in Ciinaclii of AGES
21 to 30, both inclusive, MUST REGISTER BY REGISTERED POST with the registrar under the Military Service
Act of the district in which tin v live, during the TEN DAYS
NEXT FOLLOWING SEPTE.UBER 2Mb, 11118; ami such
CITIZENS OF THE AGES 19, 20 and 111-44, both inclusive,
must so register during the ten duys next FOLLOWING
OCTOBER 12th. 11118.
It must be emphasized that THIS INCLUDES AMERICANS
LIVING IN CANADA OF THE ABOVE AGES, .MARRIED
AND SINGLE, AND INCLUDES ALSO ALL THOSE WHO
HAVE SECURED DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION OR HAVE
REGISTERED WITH AN AMERICAN CONSUL, OR HAVE
REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN THE UNITED
STATES.
Registration letters may be handed lo local postmasters
for despatch to the proper registrar, under the Military
Service Act.
MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
—■lllill ill Mil
spond  most generously to your appeal."
Sir Thomas sent the following reply to General Currie:
pose of the Victory Loan ls to raise
money for the continued prosecution
of the war until final victory ls
achieved.    Money can be devoted to
Published
under the authority of
the Minister of Finance
of Canada
21
BED CROSS SOCIETY
The annual meeting was held on
October 8th, when the following olli-
cers were elected:—
President, Mrs. Comley.
Vlce-rrcsdenls: 1st, Mrs. Rickson;
2nd, Mrs. McLean, Bevan.
Sec.-Treas., Mrs. Clinton.
Working Committee: Mrs. Hideout,
convener; Mrs. D. R, MacDonald, Mrs.
Spicer, Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. Lesley.
Collectors of monthly subscriptions
1st and 2nd prizes for the Red Cross
Drawing. Tickets. 25c. each, may be
bought from Mrs. Rickson.
It was remarked that though a
large number of socks had been knitted during the past year little sewing
iind been done.
"I am   deeply   grateful   for   your no higher or nobler purpose than this,
splendid message,   which   powerfully The Victory Loan   is  essential   that
appeals to the people of Canada.  My we may carry on the war.    Behind
hearty    congratulations    upon    the the gun tbe man, and behind the man
splendid   success   achieved   by   our must be the dollar.    Every Victory
heroic soldiers under your leadership. Bond  is  a  financial  soldier  fighting
"God bless and keep you all." against tbe Kaiser.   Canada can show
(ireut .National Importance the solidarity of her people and her
In firing the opening gun of the determination to see the war to a vie-
new Victory Loan campaign, Sir torious end by overwhelming sub-
Thomas addressed the vast audience scription to the Victory Loan."
Notice—Military Service Act, 1917
Men Exempted As Farmers
Having in view the importance of leaving a sufficient number of men on those farms which are
actually contributing to the national food supply,
notice is hereby given as follows:
1. ALL MEMBERS OF CLASS 1 POSSESSING EXEMPTION AS FARMERS, which is expiring, and WHO WISH TO
REMAIN EXEMPT, SHOULD communicate with the registrars under the Military Service Act OF THEIR RESPECTIVE DISTRICTS, REQUESTING AN EXTENSION IN
TIME OF SUCH EXEMPTION. Qucstionaires will thereupon
be issued to these men by the registrar and they will receive
further exemption upon furnishing satisfactory proof that
they are contributing sufficiently to the national food supply.
2. In order to facilitate productive employment during the
winter months ,MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS SHOULD
APPLY TO TIIE REGISTRARS FOR PERMITS TO ENGAGE FOR TIIE WINTER IN SOME OCCUPATION OF
NATIONAL INTEREST, SUCH AS LUMBERING, MUNITION WORK, ETC. Such permits will serve to enable exempted fanners to pursue other useful occupations for the
months during which farming operations cannot be carried
on.
MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
LOCAL  AN1>  GENERAL  NEWS NOTICE.-O11  Monday, October 14th,
  Thanksgiving Day, tbo wickets at
C. R. Drader, Principal of the Cum- tne P°»tofflce will be open from
berland  Public  School, left for Vic- 8 am- l0 9 anl- onlv- J w- ('"oke-
toria on Friday.
Postmnnter.
Miss C. Tourigny, assistant principal of the Cumberland High School,
loft for Victoria on Friday morning.
AUTHORITIES CLOSE PUBLIC
MEETING PLACES, ETC.
putting these regulations  into  effect
in your   municipality.     Victoria lias
already taken such action.
The Mayor called a special meeting
The Board of Health held a special
It Is hoped that more meeting on  Wednesday evening in con of tho bOurd of health on Wednesday,
people will help with this branch if ncctlon with the epidemic of Spanish and tlie matter was taken up witli Dr.
the work, not, however, to the dctrt- Influenza that has  travelled  acrroBS E. it. Hicks, medical   health   olllcer,
niont of tlie sock average.                  the  continent  to  the   coas_t.    Cases who stated that as yet there werejio
Tiie  following  is  a  balance  sheet have developed In coast cities along cases   of   the   disease ln the city of
from April, 11)18, to September, 80th, the   Sound,   Including   Victoria   and Cumberland or district.
191S, as per audit of Mr. John Suther- Vancouver,  and   prompt   steps   have After    careful    consideration    tho
COW FOR SALE.—Freshened beginning of November: very quiet;
third calf; heavy milker. Apply to
O. Davis, P.O. Box 68, Courtenay, B.C.
Frank Burrell, of Victoria, arrived
on Thursday on a visit to Mr. and  Kon HALE.- A Boofd Srouso dog.  Ap-
Mi'b. A. C. Lymn. n'5' l0 A Kerton, Courtenay, B.C.
-Mrs.  iMcKen-  laud: —
Derwent and Allen;
zle and Mrs. Clinton.
Dunsmuir Ave.:—Mrs. MacKinnon
nnd Mrs. Munro.
Penrith Ave.:—Mrs. Mumford and
.Mrs. Hood.
Maryport Ave.:—Mrs. MacDonald
nnd Mrs. Sutherland.
Windermere Ave.:—Mrs. Spicer and
Mrs. Pickard.
Camp:—Mrs. Vaughan and Mrs,
hideout.
Chinatown:—MrB. Rickson and Rev.
J. Hood.
Japtown:— Mrs.- Watson and Rev.
O. Knox.
Bevan:—Mrs. McLean.
A hearty vote of thanks was passed
to tlie officers and collectors of tlie
past year. Meetings will be resumed
every Wednesday from 2 to 5 p.m., in
the Council Chambers, when public
gatherings are allowed by the local
authorities, for sewing, knittng, and
distribution and collection of work.
A centre-piece, "A Souvenir of
France," donated by Mr. Frazer Watson, and a cushion cover donated by
been taken to cope with It by the var- board, consisting of Mayor Harrison,
RECEIPTS ious boards of nealtli. Aid. Carey, Aid. Banks and Dr. E. K.
Balance   In   hand I     1.60     In view of the seriousness ot the Hicks, decided to take the necessary
Collections from ull sources.. 1062.88 disease and the necessity   of  acting precautions    and   closed   the   public
  promptly to preVent Its   spread   the schools,    theatres,    churches,    pool
Total    $1004.48  Provincial Executive met and by an rooms   and   all   public   places   and
  EXPENDITURES   order-ln-council   conferred   upon   all dances forthwith, and until the 21st
Amount sent to Victoria municipalities   In   the   province   the day of October,   At that time should
Branch  $1062.00 power to close theatres and schools, the city be clear of the disease as It is
Freight        1.03 and places used for public gatherings now, in all   probability   tho   public
Balance In Bank        1.43 whenever tho epidemic appears.   The places will be ordered to re-open.
  City Council has the power to take     Before closing the meetlug Mayor
Total  $1064.48 tho necessary   steps   to   prevent   the Harrison Bent the following telegram
Whatever    faults   the   Cumberland spread of the disease by closing up all to   Hon.   J.   D.   McLean,   Provincial
Branch of the Rod Cross Society may public meeting places. Secretary:
possess extravagance is not amongst His Worship Mayor Harrison received     "Apparently  no  Spanish   Influenza
them. A.MY B. CLINTON, tlie following   telegram   on   Tuesday here.       Intend     closing     churches,
Sec.-Treas. from the Hon. J. D. McLean, Provln- schools, theatres and pool rooms. De-
  eial Secretary: slro copy of regulations. Feel strong-
To the Mayor, Cumberland, B.C.: ly that public   meeting   places   and
Provincial Board of Health has pro- dance to be held at  Union   Bay  to-
claimod   regulations  empowering  all morrow night should be closed. Con-
uiunlclpnlitics to   close   all   schools, tlnuous    passenger    travel    between
Jumes M. Suvngo, General Manager Robert Grant, Sr.. of Victoria, was
of   tho   Canadian   Collieries    (Duns- bore on a visit on Saturday,
mulr), Ltd., returned to Cumberland —	
on Wednesday evening. The Pythian Sisters of Cumberland
  will hold a masquerade ball In the Ho
Alex. Somorville, Mr. and Mrs. Jan. Ho Hall on  Thursday, October 3tst.
Walker returned on Wednesday troin The proceeds will be devoted towards
a two weeks' auto trip to Victoria and renovating the Pythian Sisters' ward
Vancouver. in the Cumberland General Hospital.
Henry  Devlin,  Inspector of Mines, The    Cumberland    Volunteer    Fire
Is here on his usual tour of inspection Brigade will give a concert and dance
of the local mlnoB. In tile Ilo Ilo   Theatre   on   Tuesday.
  October   22nd,   to   assist   In   raising
Mra. John McKenzie returned from funds for the  purchase of a motor
a visit to Vlctorlo and Vancouver on truck -n   much-needed     addition % to
Friday. Cumberland's fire lighting apparatus.
Mr. S. Hill, of the Great Northern
Railway, arrived on Wednesday even-
Ipg.jand is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Savage, at Beaufort House
Mrs. David Martin returned to
Ladysmith on Monday after spending
a few days visiting friends.
the Corner Store, are to be rallied as months' visit.
One case of Spanish Influenza has
developed in tills city. It is that of a
man who arrived here from Seattle
about ten days ago.   No other cases d7ur'ches,"'"theat"res"'and" oTherTubiic hereTnd Union Bay, and many 'ships
ii rp rennrlpfl * ■
meeting places to prevent the spread there from foreign places.   Feel that
of Spanish  Influenza.   Please   confer public   meeting   places   In  territory
Michel left for Vic- with your local board of health and adjacent to Cumberland  and  not in
morning, on a two advise us at once  as   to  conditions city limits, should be closed."
locally, and as to   tho   necessity  of. MAYOR HARRISON,"
lire reported.
Mrs.   Thomas
toria on Monday
The drawing for tho dollcy, and the
social to be held on October loth,
undir the auspices of tho Women's
Benefit Association of the Maccabees,
has been postponed until tho 24th of
October. This has been made necessary on account of tho closing regulations now In force by the city authorities.
Miss Charlotte Jaynes, of Ihe Cumberland teaching staff, left for Nanaimo on Friday.
The Cumberland Tax Kale held iu
the City Hall on October Dili resulted
ns follows: Lot 8. Block E. owned hy
M. Magnonc. went lo the city. The
taxes were paid and tlie property redeemed of what Is known ns the Socialist Hall. Lot 2, Block 10, owned by
W. Maxwell, S. Williams and Joseph
Naylor Plllsbury-Cllnton sale was
withdrawn on account of Mr. IMlls-
bury being engaged in the United
States Naval Service.
Are you saving for Victory Boutbs? TWO
THE  ISLANDER,   CUM1KRLAND. B. C.
ties and hospitality of the Old Country until his time is up and he must
return, re-iuvigorated. to the trenches.
Such an institution as the "Beaver
lint"'cannot fail to render a great
service to our Canadian boys over
there. It provides a shelter from, and
a counter-attraction to, the many undesirable elements that seek to prey
on their loneliness.
Are you saving for Victory Bonds?
WHICH    BAG    CONTAINED    MORE
WEALTH?
Slje Jslatttor
Published every Saturday by the Islander
Publishing Company at Cumberland,
B.C., Canada.   Telephone 3-5.
Subscription: One year in advance. $2.00;
Single copies, 5c. Foreign subscriptions
to countries in Postal Union, $2.00
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th WIS
It really does begin to look as ifthe
fires of patriotism are burning up the
dross in our natures these days. A few
days ago a little Irish widow was
waiting in the Grand Central Station,
New York, to meet her son, a soldier
boy. Sim had knitted a shamrock-
green sweater for him, and was
trembling with eagerness to hug and
kiss her darling boy. As the train
rolled in she keenly scanned the
crowd of happy lads clad in khaki,
but could not see her son among
Are you saving for Victory Bonds? them   . At   last she ventured to in-
  quire   of   a   group   near   her, and a
POINTED PARAGRAPHS. ruudy faced youth shouted out, "Sure,
  I know Riley.   He's gone to France,
Patches In war time are often an and I have his picture for you!" She
evidence of patriotism. passionately   kissed   the   photo,   and
There are many people who praise carefully placed it in her little sat-
God from whom ail blessings flow chel. She laid the satchel on a seat
and then proceed to waste them. to   set   the   green   sweater   to   send
Saving brings its own reward com- "Jimmy." As she did this a well-
pounded, dressed lady brushed by the plain
The Teutonic peoples have built up ""!« widow to get her bag from the
o great military machine and are samc settt, and ran to catch her train,
trained and forced to deny them- The widow picked up her bag and
selves.    In the Alliied nations the do- slowly walked away.    In a few mo-
nial is left largely to the individuals.
The measure of your love of freedom is your willingness to deny yourself so that the strength of the nation
for war effort will be increased.
Self-denial must take the form of
money-saving—thrift.
Il i:t for every one of us to say how
much  patriotic  endeavor, how  much
meats the well-dressed lady came
rushing back for her bag. She had
talcen that of the widow, and the
widow had walked off with hers. A
policeman soon overtook the little
Irishwoman and she returned with
him. The two small bags were exchanged. One contained $25,000 in
Liberty   Bonds,   $6,500  in cash, and
loyal sacrifice we will make by saving jewellery valued at $40,000.    In the
without," so
a surplus to
the   nation's
our money, by "doing
that each day will see
add to our own and
strength
Every time you buy a thing you do
not need you interfere with Canada's
war work. Every dollar you spend ou
other satchel there were the photo
of "Jimmy," eight cents, and a very
plain sandwich. The delighted little
widow was eager to get her own bag,
declaring that "Jimmy's picture was
better than all of the money in the
world."   The grateful lady offered to
things not strictly necessary is a dol- 'Set ner a good situation, but she would
lar not merely wasted but used to "01>e of it. Her reply was: "I can
employ labor on things that have no- make plenty scrubbing skyscrapers."
thing to do with our efforts to win  Surely here was a heart of gold under
the war for freedom.
Too much of the time of Canadian
workmen is being purchased by us to
make things that are for show and
plea urc. Too great a quantity of
material    that    our    soldiers    could
plain covering.
Are you saving for Victory Bonds?
Tlie well-known correspondent, Mr.
W. Beach Thomas, in wiring his de-
effectiYely use against the foe, goes scriptlvo despatches of the recent
into tlie making of superfluous tilings heavy engagement of the Canadian
for us, whom they are so valiantly Corps in France to tlie Continental
defending. Edition of   the   London   Daily   Mail,
Stop the reckless spending. writes as follows:
'ihe man who saves for his country "One village under considerable
helps himself. shelling and still within reach of ma-
Thosc who do not light must save, chine gun bullets contained a dress-
Don't administer on the come-easy, ing station, and of all things an in-
go-easy plan.    Save. cinerator,   to   which    large    notices
A dollar saved over here helps the directed you. Not far from them was
boys "over there," a German notice board.   I hear from
In England they say: "A shilling an officer who visited the spot again
wasted stabs a soldier in tlie back."    a day later that another notice, "This
Parsimony tc promote your coun- way ti the Y.M.C.A." was added. A
try's welfare is now a virtue; indeed, dashing cavalry officer, very much of
it is expected of you.
Arc you saving for Victory Bonds?
the old school, possessing a voice that
would carry about two miles, begged
me with great earnestness to do him
one service. Would I mention the
Y.M.C.A.? It had provided his men
with iiot coffee before riding out."
It has since been authoritatively
determined that Mr. Thomas, In this
despatch, was referring to the Canadian Y.M.C.A.
Arc you saving for Victory Bonds?
CANADIAN Y.U.I'.A. 'BEAVER HIT'
IN LONDON.
A bed, Including bath, towel, soap
and kit storage in London costs the
Canadian Tommy 18c—that is, if he
goes to tlie new Canadian Y.M.C.A.
"Beaver Hut" in tlie Strand A meal
coats him the same, with the strains
ot an orchestra tin-own in.
Needless to relate our boys overseas ate "tickled to death" with their
i - tv    metropolitan   centre.     Costing
I 1,000, iiiid   situated   in   the
us thoroughfare in the Empire,
; . U' iver lim Is run primarily by
i     udlans   for   Canadians,   although
II hospitality is free to all the men
oi the Allied Forces visiliug London
on leave. A voluntary staff of 200
ladies, superintended by Miss Helen
Fitzgerald, of Frederlcton, N.B., at-
1 i.d lo the preparation ami service
of  meals.    Dormitories,  with  nearly
208 boil;, are under Ihe same efficient city who arc desirous of ueromlns
. ire, and the la.lies work in four- more closely identified wttli our pro-
hour shifts, maintaining a twenty-
four hours' service. No matter at
what hour a tired and hungry Canadian soldier arrives In London he
finds an open door, a smiling welcome and a hot meal at the "Beaver
Hut."
After a warm bath, refreshing
sleep, breakfast, haircut, shave, and
shoe- shine—all Indulged In on the
premises—Tommy feels   liko   a   new ouly.
man.    lie has packed up his troubles 	
lu his old kit bag and placed the lot Rowland Hill said: "I do not want
in safe keeping with the clerk at the the walls of separation between diff-
Kit Storage. It only remains for blm erent orders of Christians to be des-
lo look In at the Information Bureau troyed, but only lowered, that we may
on the second door and select one of shake hands a little easier over them.
ihe many suggestions   to   be   found 	
there for the spending of Ills  leave.      What Is justice? To give every man polntnient.
He can then set off to enjoy the beau- his own.
At the last sesson of the Provincial
Legislature it was enacted that "all
graduates from any university in His
Majesty's dominions who were actu-
most ally residing in the Province and were
mi graduated prior to tho Itrst day of
May, llllti, and who can produce n
the Registrar of tho University satisfactory proof of their qualifications,
accompanied by a fee jf Two Dollars
1*2.00). on or before the thirty-first
day of December, 1018," may become
members of Convocation of the University of British Columbia. There
may be university graduates  In tnis
vinctal university's work.' Thessniay
become members of Convocation if
they can meet the requirements of tiie
University Act and will do so before
the close of the year.
 o	
Aro you saving for Victory Bonds?
Men's hearts ought not to be set
against one another, but set with one
another and all against the evil thing
JUST   ARRIVED: -  Newest Fall Styles at
Moderate Prices in
Ladies' Velour and
Tweed Coats
Ladies' Serge and Tweed Suits
All Wool Sweater Coats
and Sweater Sets
License No. 8-19224
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Music Lovers Amazed by
Edison's Daring Test
All told, 2,000,000 music lovers in Canada and
the United States, on more than 1500 different
occasions, have gone to one of their local theatres
filled with curiosity regarding a startlingly novel
musical recital to which they had been invited.
In each case they
have come away amazed at the almost unbelievable demonstration
which had taken place
before their very eyes,
and ears — the most
daring test of a phonograph or talking
machine ever made.
They saw a noted Edi-
T--.—--—.««.- son artist stand beside
'•«n»^w.»•,**
%e NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
They heard the instrument sing in the artist's voice—in other
woids, re-create her voice. Presently tlie artist herself began to
sing note lor note with tlie instrument, Musically trained ears
•truvc in vain tu distinguish the faintest shade of difference between
the actual voice and the Re-Creation. Then, suddenly and without warning, the artist ceased singing, leaving the instrument to
con.mue the air alone. Only hy watching the artist's lips did the
audience know that she had ceased singing and that they heard the
instrument alone.    This is the famous Edison Tone Test.
Only Edison makes this test. Only Edison can make this test,
became only the New Edison actually re-creates the human voice
and the music of" human-played instruments with every tone quality
end every shi-.dc of'expression. Ordinary phonographs, and talking
machines, merely reproduce.
If fort have net been fortunate tnought to witness en Edison
Tone Test, you may at least bear Edison*s wonderful new phe-   " 168
ncgrapb at cur jtore.   Make the time to suit your convenience,      ^/i
G. A. Fletcher Music Co.,   Cumberland, B.C.
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Are you saving for Victory Bonds?
The man who has no knowledge of
the law should never be in a position
to ndminlRter Justice. His judgment
usually reflects upon the heads ot
the government  that  made   the  ap-
WASHINOTON, Oct. 8—President
Wilson today replied to the German
peace proposals by informing Germany that there would be no peace
while Teuton armies remain on Allied
soil. He coupled with his reply a
question as to whether Prince Max-
jmilllam was speaking for the German   people  or   for the class now In
Are you saving for Victory Bonds? power.
Give telephone
numbers plainly
Nothing is more difficult to understand over
a telephone wire than a number containing three
or four digits. "5" sounds like "9" and "2" is
often mistaken for "3"; transposing numerals is a
frequent error. •
That's why the telephone operator must have
your numbers slowly, one digit at a time. She
must be sure and you alone can help. It's that
kind of help that makes for satisfactory telephone
set vice.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
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charge yo'ir batteries on short notice.
We also carry Electrolyte and Repair parts.
A Storage Battery should receive periodical attention
in order that the results of sulphating, etc., be removed,
thereby materially lengthening its life.
Cumberland Electric Lighting
Phone 75 Co., Ltd. p, O. 314
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Autos for Hire.    Coal and Wood Hauling given very
prompt attention.   Furniture and Piano
Storage if desired.
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D. Campbell's
Meat Market
Young Steer Beef,
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Veal, Pork and Mutton.
—SPECIALS —
Cambridge Pork Sausage
Home-made-Sausage
Polish Sausage
Veal Loaf
Boiled Ham
Ham Bologna
-   Headcheese.
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Each Thursday morning from now
on a full line of Fresh Fish will be
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Charlie Sing Chong
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Crockeryware and
General Merchandise.
CHARLIE SING CHONG, Cumberland
IIOXG CHONG & CO., Bevan.
HUN SLAUGHTER TEllltlllLE
Great number of prisoners and vast
quantities of material have been
taken. The slaughter of the enemy
as the Allied troops swept through
their last organized defense on this
front is reported to have been appalling. More than 12,000 prisoners were
taken in Tuesdny'a operations alone,
according to official reports, and a
nuber greatly in excess of those figures is believed to have been captured
yesterday.
DOUA1 WIIL BE .NEXT TO FALL
The great German centre of Douai
ppeuid to be within the Allies'grasp,
ihe bases of iluhain and Buslgny have
fallen, and the important transportation centres of Le Cateau, Solesness
and Kibeniont are being rapidly approached.
NEXT DEFENCE 15 MILES EAST
The next defensive system prepared by the Germans, known as the
Valenciennes line, lies fully 15 miles
to the eastward of the present battle
front. It is believed that the enemy
can not reorganize his armies and
make a stand before that line ls
reached.
Marocchi Bros.
Grocers and
Bakers
Cumberland and Courtenay, B.C,
License No. 8-25489
NEW   HOME
BAKERY
Fresh Bread, Cakes,
Pies, etc.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty
NEW HOME BAKERY
J. HALLIDAY
Dunsmuir Ave.,      Cumberland.
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Royston Lumber Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LUMBER
Slab Wood (double load)...$4.00
ILOILOTHEATRE
Commencing Monday,   Oct.
14th.
Pearl White,
In Her Most Successful Serial
The House of Hate
NOTICE
All persons having claims against
Alexander .McLeod, late of Cumberland, U.C., miner, who died July 29th,
1918, are required to forthwith render
■lame, duly attested, to the undersigned Splcltor for the administrator, Ronald Donald .McLeod. and permits Indebted to the deceased are required to pay tho amount thereof to
the undersigned.
ARTHUR J. B. HELLISH. Solicitor,
403, Dawson Uldg., Vancouver, D.C.
LATE DISPATCHES
(JKEAT VICTORY PENDING
LONDON, Oct. 10.—The greatest
victory in military history appears to
be iu tlie malting. Attacking on a
front of nearly fifty miles, from south
of St. Quentin to the vicinity of Douai
British, French and American troops
are reported to have effected a complete break through along nearly half
ot this front.
HALF MILLION IN UTTER ROUT
Through this gap the Allied forces
are pouring in pursuit of nearly half
a million of Germany's best soldiers,
who are reported to be in utter rout.
CAVALRY AT THEIR HEELS
Allied cavalry are galloping at the
heels of the retreating Germans while
the Infantry Is following in their wake
without opposition.
LONDON, Oct. 9.-The dry of Cam.
brill has been captured by the British.
Here and elsewhere 8,1X10 prisoners
hare been taken.
Field Marshal Haig announced the
capture of this long-resisting German
stronghold la his official statement
today. Apparently the Germans now
have lost the Hindenburg line on the
front from Cambrai to St Quentin.
Field .Marshal Haig resumed his at*
luck this morning and reports that
progress ls being made on a front of
more than 80 miles, from northeast of
Cnnibrnl to east of St. Quentin.
As the German defense' system In
the centre falls to the British and Americans, the French on the southern
wull from Rheims to east of the
Meuse are smashing their way northward and threatening the Important
junctions of the railways running
eastward from the broken St. Qaentln
Cambrai line.
East of the Hindenburg line In the
St. Quentin and Cambrai area the
Germans are reported to have no prepared defenses until a line immediately east of the frontier ls reached.
East of this line, which wonld ran
through Valenciennes, the Germans
have the line of the Meuse.
In capturing Cambrai and breaking
through the German defenses to the
south, the British and Americans took
more than 8,000 prisoners and a large
quantity of guns.
Near Fremont the Americans cap*
lured nn entire German artillery position of three batteries.
Before the advancing Anglo-American line He the railway Junctions of
Le Cateau, Bohaiu, Guise and Caudry.
If the north and south ralways are
cut German communication between
the Laon Massif and the Lille salient
will be lost.
German resistance is stiffening
along the front east of Rheims, but
not sufficiently to stop the forward
..ovement of General Gouraud and
..en. Berthelot;
The Franco-American positions ln
Champagne and the Argonne to the
Meuse have been Improved by the
iuccessful French and American
thrust oast of the Meuse. The advance there frees the troops, west of
the Meuse from the menace of the
German artillery north of Verdun. In
the operations on these sectors on
Tuesday the American troops took
3,000 prisoners and a number of gutiB.
Along the Ames the French yester-
lay took 6,000 prisoners.
LONDON, Oct. 9.—Bulgarian soldiers to the number of 65,000, have
surrendered to the Allies west of
Uskub, In accordance with the provisions o the armistice, It is officially
announced In a dispatch from Salonika today.
Fighting of a fierce nature ls taking
place in the Godllice Pass between
.Serbians and Austrlans barring the
road to Nish, accodlng to news reaching London. The Serbians have captured DJeh Ridge, on the Morau river,
idway between Vranje and Lescovac.
Over 2,000 prisoners, including a
large contingent of Germans, were
taken.
The attack this morning may well
be another effort to pierce the Beau-
revolr-Fonsomme line and menace
the great German supply base of Le
Cateau, eleven miles to the northeast.
Success of such an operation would
also open the way for a flanking
movement against Valenciennes, 17
miles north of Le Cateau, which is believed to be the chief bastion of the
next great enemy defense system.
While Field Marshal Haig Is attacking on the twenty-mile front north of
St. Quentin, the French along the
Sulppe continue their progress northward toward the German communication line despite strong enemy resistance.
The French have reached the Junction of the Sulpiie and the Aisne rivers, and have forced their way Into
two large towns on the middle Sulppe.
On the north the Belgian and British pressure is maintained, and under threat of further major attacks
Hie Germans continue to withdraw
from the Belgian const region.
It Is reported that the enemy is removing all telephone lines and burning his stores nt Knokke, five miles
from the Holland frontier east of Zeebrugge.
Ladies'  Suits,   Children's   Coats,   Latest
Styles in Millinery.
Al QUALITY AT POPULAR PRICES
NEW ARRIVALS IN  SWEATERS.
Ladies' and Misses' Brush Wool
Sweater Coats, with Sash, or Belt,all
around and large collar. Colors
green, old rose, maize, purple, pink
and Saxe
#11.75 to ifSIIO
For those seeking the exclusive in
NEW   FALL   MILLINERY,
we are showing a lovely assortent of
new Fall Hats, each model possessing
that style attribute so Important to
the charm of personal appearance,
with rich colorings.
Come and look them over while the
selection is at its best.
Our Price, $2.»5 to $7.50.
FALL SUITS REASONABLY PRICED
Fai dilating fashions in Talblem
novelty and Sport Styles The Sport
Twee:ls and Serge are especltally noticeable for their originality and correctness of line In addition to their being unusually practical Coats have
the new front and back, with pleats,
nud are lined witli soft silk satins.
Skklits aile In line styles with pockets o i the sides.
Priced ill U2II.50 lo * 12.00
PLEASING    VALUES    IN KIDDIES'
COATS.
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Blanket Cloth, Serge, Curl Cloth, and
Bear    Coats.   Also    the    serviceable
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TWO STORESi POWELL RIVER AN0 CUMBERLAND, B.C.
LONDON, Oct. 8.—Renewing major
operations on the centre of the line
from Lens to the North Sea, British
and American troops today are smash
ing into the rear defenses of the Hindenburg line between St. Quentin and
Cabra^
Sir Douglas Haig announced   that
of a rainstorm, and that satisfactory burg line. The gap was closed at that
progress had been made. time by a terrltlc enemy counter at-
The battlefront   between   the   two tack,  which  threw  tbe  British   back
cities is about 25 miles long.   Amer- more than a mile,
leans are operating ln the vicinity of
Beaurevolr and Mont Brehaln, where
a breach  was  recently made in  the ROME, Oct. 8.—Serbian troops are
Beaurevolr-Fonsomme line,   the   last before Nish, according to reports re-
the assault was begun  In  the  midst subsidiary defense behind the Hinden- celled here today.
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For stairways, doors, baseboards and all interior woodwork, China-lac comes in suitable shades, fhereiaalio
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China-la: i.i also the ncriccr floor finish—lustrous.
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Varnlahing* Floor
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Imperial Barn Paint.
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THE t&LAN&SR. CUMftlftLAND, B.C.
LATE WAR NEWS
AKCONNK POCKET WIPED OCT
While the British. French anil Americans are widening the scope of
their victories In this region the
Freuch and Americans are battering
away on the 20-mile front between
Rheirus and Verdun, progressing on
wide sectors. Tlie Argonne pocket
haa been utterly wiped out. The
French and Americans here are now
within less than two miles of Grand
Pre, with its control of the pass and
railways through tlie forest. To the
eastward the advance towards the
.Meuse has been brought the to within less than 5 miles of both Dun Sur
Meuse and Itunvillers. in this campaign Machaull and Junlvllle are directly menaced, while north of Rheims
the French are almost upon Neuf-
chatel,
KAISER HAS QUIT, Kl NOR SAYS
STOCKHOLM. Oct, Hi-Humors are
porslstent  hero  that  the  Kaiser  has
abdicated.
LONDON. Oct 10,—Rumors of the
intention of the German Kaiser to
abdicate are current throughout the
Rhine region, and in places as widely
distant as Berlin and Baden, according to a dispatch to the Daily Mall
from the Hague.
AI.ST1MAN ARMY l.\ TRAP
LONDON. Oct. 10.—The trapping of
a great Austrian army in Albania
comes hourly near realization. The
capture of Elbasan  by the pursuing
Italians is officially admitted by Vienna. The Italians have now practically reached the line of Durazzo,
while the French and Serbs are rapidly pushing the Austrians from Serbian
territory.
LONDON, Oct. 8.—In discussing the
ultimate peace terms, the newspapers
refer with the deepest indignation to
ihe outrages still persisted in by Germany's retreating army and unanimously demand reparation and punishment for this latest crime, as well
as for the stupendous record of outrages committed throughout the war.
The Daily Telegraph says the evacuation of Belgium will not undo the
crimes of 1914. Reparation to the
fullest measure must be made, for
Belgium has first claim on Germany's
resources for the unspeakable outrages she lias suffered.
The Morning Post says that the Indemnity for Belgium should be made
as heavy as possible and Germany
made to feel the weight of her transgressions by the necessity of paying
for them.
The Post also suggests a war indemnity which includes the handing
over to the Allies tbe equivalent of
the merchant ships which Germany
has  been  destroying.
The Daily' Mall demands that Germany should be punished with the
utmost severity for the wanton destruction of French towns, and other
papers endorse these demands.
The   Daily   Express    counsels   the
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stoppage of raw materials to Germany until all accouuts are settled.
GERMAN GRIP LOOSENED
LONDON, Oct. 11.—The grip ot the
Germans on Northern Prance has
been loosened and the process of
herding them back to their borders
is proceeding at an enormously increased pace under the Allied lash.
ENEMY BACK 45 MILES
Already since the beginning ot the
July offensive, which Initiated the
loosening process, the Allies have
pushed the enemy back a maximum
of forty-five miles from the Anere,
near Albert, to the tip of the present
Anglo-American wedge at Le Cateau.
A scant twenty-five miles more will
bring them on their line to the Belgian frontier south of Maubeuge.
RETREAT ACCELERATE!)
Last night's dovelopement and
those of today's along the wide battle
front served to accentuate the extent
of the German retreat anil the acceleration of its pace.
WEDGE BEING WIDENED
The ollicial reports received says
the British and the Americans cooperating with them still widening
the great wedge in the German line
southeast of Cambrai
HUNS MIST RETIRE FROM LAON
The sensational Allied drive 111 the
centre is matched in efficiency by the
terrific pressure of the French armies
south of Laon and along the line
north of the Aisne and in the Champagne This drive to the north is, according to today's reports, making it
inevitable that the Germans retire
from Laon and to the St. Gobain Massif. The withdrawal, indeed, appears
to be under way here and elsewhere.
BRITISH GAIN EVERYWHERE
WITH THE ANGLO-AMERICAN-
FRENCH FORCES south of Cambrai,
Oct. 11.—The great battle now being
fought in this region is on a front ot
nearly 30 miles today, it having been
extended to the north. The British
are gaining everywhere There is virtually no enemy infantry opposition.
The only resistance worth mentioning
Is coming from enemy machine gunners. The bulk of the enemy artillery
seems to have fled so far east of the
battle ground as to be out of range.
ALIVE WITH MACHINE GUNS
The high ground on the eight-mile
front between St. Hilaire and Le
Cateau to the southeast was found to
be alive with machine guns when tho
British approached and the cavalry
patrols were held up for some time.
NEW HCN SUBS
LONDN, Oct. 11.—The sinking of
the Japanese steamer Hirano Maru,
and the Dublin mail steamer Leinster
mark incidents of a new submarine
campaign which the Germans launched about ten days ago. According to
the Mall, It Is reported that the new
U-boats are much larger and more
heavily armed than any which have
been sent out previously by Germany.
Cumberland
Restaurant.
We specialize on Short Orders.
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License No. 10-11060
UNION HOTEL
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First Class Accommodation.     Heated
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IN FOUR YEARS we have handled exclusively this Brand of Shoes
for Children, and we know that they have given good wear- and
kept their appearance while wearing.
Girls' and Misses' Patent, Button, Black
Cloth Top, Patent Tip, guaranteed to
wear well.
Children's and Misses' Patent Strap
Slippers, good quality patent leather,
broad lasts. The most comfortable shoe
for children.
SCHOOL DAYS ONCE AGAIN
and with them the demand for good reliable shoes. We invite you to try out
the "always reliable" Leckie Shoe. We have all sizes in stock for boys and
girls.   No better shoe at the price in Canada.
NEW READY-TO-WEAR HATS
for Ladies and Children. A nice assortment of good useful styles at very
reasonable prices. Rain Hats in the most wanted colorings at the very
lowest price.
LADIES' WATERPROOF COATS
Our Fall Raincoats have arrived and are sure to meet your approval.
We can show you many good styles, with a splendid show of colorings.
Girls' Waterproof Capes in fawn only, Theyjare made of a heavy paramatta rubber coating, which we feel sure will stand the test demanded,
NEW SILK HOSE
A shipment has just come to hand of a splendid quality silk, in shades
of old gold, paddy purple, grey and bright yellow.   Price $1.95 per pair.
NEW SILK WAISTS
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made in tailored style.     One of the
flesh and white.     A
A shipment of a heavy white silk
best quality silks and smartly made.
Crepe de Chene waists, in shades of pink, apricot
lovely quality and beautifully made.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' SUITS
We carry the Coppley Noyes & Randall brand of high class clothing for
boys, Our assortment is especially good. The making is all that could be
desired, while our prices are reasonable. We stand behind every suit we
sell, and guarantee satisfaction. Prices are reasonable considering the
present day values.
License No. S-1S324
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LIMITED.
THE   BIG   STORE.
Phone 3-8
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Repairs Executed Efficiently
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Of the Finest Quality.    Every 	
pair  guaranteed.    For further _..
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to MRS. HAZEL BERTRAM,
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Grease Gasoline
Phone 8
Dr. R P. CHRISTIE
AND ASSISTANT
Specialists in Crown, Bridge and Plate
Work
"SOLD OUT".
No more oleomargarine today.    Food supplies in Great Britain are
often so short that even  the weekly  allowance of four
ounces of margarine is "postponed".
Will be located in the King Block, Cumberland, B.C., with
a full equipment, and are prepared to render reliable
dental services. . Expects to visit regularly.
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