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WITH   WHICH  IS  CONSOLIDATED  THE  CUMBERLAND   NEWS.
FORTY-NINTH  YEAR—No. 34.
CUMBERLAND,  DR1TISH COLUMBIA   FRIDAY,  AUGUST  22nd,   1980.
ICRIPTION   PRICE:   TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Another Tragedy
Narrowly Averted
At Coalmont Mine
GAS LEAK MENACES RESCUERS:
FRANK BOND KNOCKED
OUT
■%
Cumberland Welsh society i
other of Us popular whist dri\ , in
the commodious Cumberland hall last |
Saturday eevhlng, fifteen tables being,
in play. J. S. Brown and T. H. Carey
were tied for men's high score and on'
the cut of cards were awarded prizes!
in the order named. Mrs. W. Davis
| and Mrs, H. Stockand seemed ladies' I
first and second respectively. Ladies)
of the society served refreshments in
their usual fine style.
By a hairline margin Sunday night
throe more names missed being added to the list of 45 who perished in
the explosion of Wednesday,. August
13th in No, 1 Mine.
Qeorge Murray, manager of the
Coalmont Collieries, Ltd., Five-Boss
Frank Bond and Miner Wester Sa-
limpa, were caught Iti u rush of carbon monoxide gas while at work,
"sealing off" a fire 1800 feet from
mine mouth shortly after 8 o'clock.
They just managed lo reach the
head of the pit before they collapsed.
Three others, not affected by the
gas, came out with them. Meanwhile
a dozen other miners in lower workings were busy clearing debris and
erecting "stoppings,'' ignorant of the
tragedy that almost encompassed
their fighting chief.
Frank Bond is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bond, of Cumberland, and they
have been quite anxious regarding
the condition of their son since word
wns received that he hail almost become a victim whilst doing rescue
work.
Official Count
Gives A. W. Neill
Majority Of 2381
Successful Candidatfi Had a Majority
in 80 Polli; Comervative Had
Majority in  IS Poll*
On Monday, August 18th, return-;
ing officer P. L, Anderton of the Co- j
mox-Alberni riding announced the
official count hi the recent election,
held on July 28th, which gave to A. I
\V. Neill, Independent, a majority of
2,381 over Thomas Graham, the con-
servativc candidate. The final fi-'
gures were: Neill, 5651; Graham, |
3,270; majority for Neill, 2,381.       j
Mr. Anderton then declared A. W. {
Neill duly elected and handed him
the formal certificate to that effect.
The successful candidate expressed
his thanks to the electors for the con-
Adence shown in him and pledged
himself to work for their best inter-
Tournament At
Bowling Green
Some Close Games  Witnessed  in the1
Second Round
The tournament in progress at the
bowling green which advanced to the
second round last week end has proved to be a very popular affair and
. some close games in the second
round were witnessed, chief of which
j was the game between J, Wilkinson
and W. Mossey, the latter just man-
'aging to win, 21-20. Considering
\ the green is not whnt may be termed
I in first-class condition, the uncanny
manner in which some of the meni-
; Iters put a bowl along side the "jack"
(is nothing short of marvellous. With
■ a little more practice, the Cumber-
I land bowlers will be able to hold
their own with the best in the Province.
Tom. Graham
Guest Of The
Conservatives
Many Attend Banquet At Which
Presentation Is Made To
Defeated Candidate
Aquatic Sports
At Lake Saturday
Programme
Issued   for   Annual
Event
Conservatives of Comox-Alberni riding gathered in the banquet room of
the Native Sons' hall Friday evening
to honor their standard bearer in the
federal eleetion campaign, Thomas
Qraham. J. N. McLeod. president of
the Conservative association for the
electoral division, handled a long toast
list expeditiously-
The principal speaker was C. H.
Dickie, member-elect for Nanaimo.
who proclaimed it a signal honor to be
present at a meeting to honor his old
friend Mr. Graham. He had never
known a greater disappointment than
the failure of Comox-Alberni to elect
its Conservative candidate. The proudest moment of his life would have been
to escort Mr. Qraham down the aisle
.to introduce him to the Speaker of the
i House. He would have been assured of
a welcome, for. said Mr. Dickie, the
man who beat Mr. Neill would be the
re-1 most   popular   member  lo  enter   the
I, Game Regulations
Up to the present time thirteen |ests'    Hc' said hp was S0lT>' to aee
bodies have been recovered from the  British   preference  defeated
mine and  it was with the greatest  stiI1 believed it would have proved of
difficulty thnt the dead men were re-  be,\?fit »oth to Canada and the Em-
moved, having to be carried on im-j I111'0-
provised stretchers for a distance of'
nearly half a mile, mostly over the
debris of broken  walls and roof „.
the main tunnel.
Only one of the thirteen died from
the force of the explosion, it was re- **—-~~
ported, the others having been vie- \ DEER AND BLUE GROUSE OPEN
tlms of after damp, or carbon mon-J ON SEPT.  13;  WILLOW
oxide poisoning.    The remains were GROUSE OCT. 15th
identified  as  those  of:   James  Hat-j '	
field, John MHlitich, John Nesbitt, ] Three weeks from today the usual
Cornelius Hupton. Mike Lubardo, j huge contingent of hunters through-
Frank   Plut,   William   Sims,   Frank j out   the   various   Vancouver   Island
The    programe     committee
sponsible for the events to be staged!house of commons,
at Lake Cumberland this Saturday! will Take Big Part
have drawn up a very fine list of'   Mr Graham, continued the speaker,
events for which valuable prizes will 'was destined from now or. to be a probe   given.     Twenty-two   items   arejminent character in the political life
'"I down on the list anil all will be con- ;of Comox-Alberni.   As for the success-
' fined to water sport:'     L'■■ ' *
Mine Manager
Hurt In Fall
Mr.   John   Hunt,   Canadian   Collieries
Superintendent Injured Whilst
Inspecting   New   Work
John Hunt, general superintendent
of the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir). Limited and the Western Fuel
Corporation of Canada. Limited, suffered severe injuries whilst inspecting new work being undertaken in
the vicinity of White's Bay, Lake
Cumberland, on Tuesday morning.
The planking on which Mr. Hunt
stepped, gave way, the unfortunate
superintendent failing several feet
down the shaft. He was Immediately
rushed to the Cumberland General
Hospital, where be is resting as well
as can be expected after his very
severe shaking up.
Such events I ful candidate, Mr. Dickie said he de
tested the man so much he did not
wish even to mention his name. No
man could have been elected against
the campaign of calumny which had
been carried on throughout the riding.
Mr. Dickie regretted that Mr. Graham
was not going to be in a position to
Gailus, Charles 11. Smith, Joseph Ko-
nopka, Nichola Storyk, Eneklel Lu-
bardobardo and Frank Jerosek.
Three  bodies  were  previosuly  le
as quoiting and football games have
been left ol!" this year'- programme.
The football event put on last year,
however, was a special one,  put on
for the  benefit  of  the  sailors  from
one H.M. ships which happened to be
p TKio    Q Iin tnmi,x harbor at Lhe time,    The igive the benefit of his engineering ex-
rOr     1 illS   OeaSOnI quoiting competition  has  been  del-Jperience to Mr. Bennett in his plans
  'eted as some of the committee ob-Uor the carrying out of his policy of
jeeted   to  it,  claiming that  such  a j bringing back the sons of Canada to
game  had   no   connection   whatever
witli water sports.   The list of events
was gone over carefully by the committee,   with  John   H.   Cameron  as
chairman and events which did not
draw entries last year have been left
out. The sports will start about lO-.SO
at the Lake by 10
,i special prize.
| districts will pack up and wend their
j way towards the .hills and vales and t and all children
j ui)on  arriving  at  their  destination j a.m. will receive
i will await for sunrise of the morning
Carried  Brother
moved   from  the  workings,  leaving  of Saturday, September  18, for at
twenty-nine still in the colliery. ' that hour it will mean a signal for
j the ushering in of the 19:i0 deer and
[grouse season, according to the Brit-
A   particularly   pathetic   incident
featured  the  removal  of  the  dead.
Jimmy Sims,a youth, was one of the
most   eager  of   the   rescue   workers
since the explosion. His brother
Billy, a chute bucket*, and only a hoy,
being the youngest person in the
mine, was among the missing, Jimmy went in with the rescue workers
Monday  morning to  bring out  the
to his lol to bear the remains
brother from the mine.
his j
L
Golf Course
At Cumberland
j ish  Columbia  game  regulations  re-
j leased yesterday.
From every city will go a large
deputation to the nearby hills, where
deer and grouse are reported as plentiful. Many of the local hunters will
leave for their favorite spots the day
before the opening, while the remainder will start off in the early
, , ,   ,     ,        . .       ,    ■ 1.1 hours of the first day and wait for
dead located Sunday night,    ft fell   ., . .,    ....
L..!the sun to peep over the hills.
The deer season will be from September 18 to December 15, inclusive.
Bucks over one year old will be in
season throughout the district, with
the exception of Queen Charlotte Islands, North and South Saanich and
the Highland district. Throughout
those portions of the Island known
ns the Highland, North and South
Saanich districts, bucks will be in
season from September 18 to October 31.
Blue grouse only can be shot from
September 13 to October 81, inclusive, throughout Vancouver Island,
except South Saanich and the High-
hind districts, and in the remainder
of the district, except Hornby and
Denman Islands, From September 18
to September .'JO the same bird will
be the aim of hunters on the Island
throughout the Highland district and
on Hornby Island from September
(Continued ou Page Five)
Local Syndicate Formed to Construct
Tom Thumb Golf Course
Cumberland has been smitten, like
every other city on the North American continent and we are to have a
Tom Thumb miniature golf course,
with prospects bright for a second
one. We can state definitely, that
a local syndicate has been formed
and will construct immediately such
a course in Cumberland. The actual
location of the proposed course is a
"dead" secret at present, but we have
a strong hunch it will be constructed
within five minutes walk of the Post
Office. We would dearly like to give
our readers further particulars but
are unable to do so as we only got
the word that such a course was go-
ing to be constructed. The actual
location will be announced as early
as possible.
It did not come as any surprise to
us that a miniature course was going
to be built we had information of
another project which il was intended to go ahead with if terms could
he arranged. Up to the present time
however, we have not been able to
learn if satisfactory terms have been
arrived at. If they are Cumberland
will have a miniature golf course,
whilst not actually within tbe City
limits, one of the best location it is
possible to obtain. We can state
definitely, however, that the local
syndicate already formed intend to
go ahead at the earliest possible moment.
FOX MOVIETONE
NEWS FOR WEEK.
The Fox Movietone News to be
seen and heard at the Ilo-Ilo Theatre
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
of this coming week will include:
France honors Lucon in final rites;
Cardinal of Khoims, who stayed in
famed cathedra) during bombardment is buried with ceremony. The
great hell tolls as the primate is laid
Charge Of Murder
Follows Death Of
i
Ladysmith Girl
Nanaimo, Aug. 10.—The death occurred in Ladysmith on Monday afternoon of Winnifred Quain Lockner
wife of Alfred Edward Lockner. The
deceased was only 17 years of age
and was horn in Port Alberni, where
her mother, Mrs. James Quain, still
lives. In adition to her husband and
mother, she is survived by an infant
child.
Coroner Hickling held an inquest
to inquire into the death of Mrs.
Lockner, on Wednesday when the
jury returned a verdict to the effect
that deceased came to her death as
the result of an illegal operation.
Evidence showed that Mrs. Lockner
had visited Mrs. S. Rogers, a Nanaimo woman, on August Oth and that
an illegal operation had been performed.
As a result of the verdict a charge
of murder has been laid against Mrs.
Rogers but it ts expected that the
charge will be reduced to one of
manslaughter. The accused in the
case is at present under police sur-
vellance.
successful careers in their native land.
Already the new government had by
order-in-council stopped immigration
i until such time as employment was
| available for all now in the country.
(The time had come to cease enriching
I our neighbor with our blood and
i brawn, and our resources.
j As a result of his experience in the
I campaign, continued Mr. Dickie. Mr.
'Graham was a bigger man than ever.
Next time he would win.   Conditions | claimed
Five Hundred
Cougars Killed
Province Pays Out Over $50,000 in
Bounties;   $6,412  in  Cumberland District
No change has been made in the
scale of licence fees for resident and
nonresident hunters in British Columbia this year, it was stated at
the game licence branch yesterday.
Resident British subjects wilt pay
$2.50 for their licence to hunt birds,
deer and black bear; $5 for a general
licence that includes the hunting of
big game; or $10 for the complete
licence that covers all game and trapping as well. This scale is the same
as in force in previous years. Nonresident licence fees also remain the
same as before.
Considerable improvement has resulted from the change in the system of game protection, it is stated
by A. Bryan Williams, game commissioner, in his annual report to the
Attorney General covering last year.
Some additional men and equipment
may be required in extensions of the
system due to tbe greater numl
taking part in hunting in the pn
ince, it is reported.
During   the   year   bounties   we
80 cougars, compa
would be much different. After seeing'with 444 in the previous year. In his
the results of Mr. Bennett's policies report Mr. Williams drew attention
enabling every man. capitalist or to increased duties necessitated
laborer to make money. Uoinox-Albenii: i*.R, effective covering of the n
would not again elect a man who would | [nce hv gamo wardens, and indicated
that additional sums might In- re
uired for the carrying on of tht
work  in  future  years.
Modern Boiler
Uses Soft Coal
London, Aug. 10.—Boiler efficiency is well exemplified by the recent
| Benson boiler, generating steam under critical conditions, namely a
j pressure of 8200 pounds to the
j square inch and a tempernture of
I 700 deg. F. That the boiler will be
[widely employed in England as it
' on the continent is for
1 recent events.
{     Among the most  important signs
sft on the side lines and snipe, but
man who aligned himself witli one of
the parties. He would even resign his Il|
own seat if Mr. Graham could not be
put over next time, said Mr. Dickie.
The people of the riding were already
realizing what they had lost, and would
do so much more.
Mr. Dickie presented Mr. Graham
with a handsome eight day clock on J t ,hki
behalf of his admirers, remarking that
it was a token of esteem from those
who were friends in cloud or sunshine.
Not Easy To Lose
Thomas Graham, in reply, said he
was much touched by the gift and by
the appreciation expressed by various
speakers. If was not always easy to
lose, but no man had a right to win
who could not lose. He himself had
always tried to win modestly and lose
gracefully. As a plain Canadian citizen he had lisened to the call of his
country and was still at its service.
He considered that the main cause of
his defeat had been the failure of the
people of Comox-Alberni to think nationally. Conservatives would have to
repair their organization in the riding.
Mr. Neill had tried to be all things to
all men. The days when side snipers
could get plunder were gone with the
coming of stable government.
Mr. Bennett, said Mr. Graham, was
one of those really great men who rise
at times of national crises. He would
undoubtedly save the country. A great
victory had been won. They mast look
to Mr. Dickie for help in the cleaning
Up of the situation which existed in
this riding. Credit must be given to
A. W. Neill as a wily politician. He
ruled not through liking but through
fear. Concluding, Mr. Graham pledged himself to go on to the lhiisli if he
were wanted.
A   number   of   people   representing
The sum of §42,122 was paid in
bountinea on wolves, cougars, coyotes nnd big horned owls, the report continues. This included, in addition to the cougars, 411 wolves,
coyotes, and 1,398 owls. Hunt-
ters in the Cumberland area earned
$0,412 in bounties, while *">.074 was
paid in Vancouver district, SI,251 at
Victoria and lesser sums at other
centres.
Relief Fund At
Blakeburn
Co-operation   of   Entire   Prov
Will Be Sought
various parts of he riding were called destitute unle
Co-operation on the part of entire
province will be sought in a scheme
for the relief of distressed families
aud dependents left in needy circumstances ns a result of the Blakeburn
coal mine explosion which a week
ago killed forty-five men.
A start was made when Mine Inspector James Dickinson, received a
gift of $05 from the Shriners' Band
which passed through Coalmont en
route to Cranhrook. It will be <\\<
pensed immediately.
Large Sums Needed
A large sum will be needed to
care for the needs left by the terrible blow which struck eighteen families and probably many other dependents. Some are in good circumstances, but many will In- practically
MORDEN MINE
CLOSED DOWN.
Art,
rding to advk
es from Xanai-
mu. Ihi
Morden Mine
has be<
n closed
down
emporarily   i
mil   St
I Hem bet-
tin. 1st
when  noil,
vill be
resumed
a.,,1 pn
duction start)
d.    Ab
mt fifty
men ar
of the
* affected by t
i.. dosi
lg down
Lt.-Col. Villiers To
Serve On Research
Coal Committee
PROGRAMME   WILL   BE   DRAWN
UP THIS WEEK
Cumberland Suffer
Defeat At Hands
FINE STAND  BY J.  IDIENS WHO
CARRIED HIS BAT TROUGH
INNINGS
Rcpi
A
tlu'
land
lenting the leading coal producers of the province, transportation and other circles thu following
j haw been named by their respective
...  _, ,   . _   -^    groups to serve on the committee of
Oi Cowichan C.C, ''"' i"'''niuiu-nt research board created a; tlie suggestion nf llle Hon. \V.
\. Al, Kenzie. Minister of Mines: Lt.-
in. Charles W. Vllllers, general man-
aire,' „f the Canadian Collieries (D.l,
Limited and the Western Fuel Corporation of Canada, limited; Charles
Bocking, general manager of the
Granby Consolidated, operating the
Cassidy Collieries; W. R. Wilson, of
tlie (rows Nest Pass Coal Co.; J. M.
Cameron, general superintendent of
the Esquimau and Nanaimo Railway!
Col. T. A. Ilia,,,, of the Canadian Na-
I tional Railways; Capt. C. 1). Neurot-
! '" •■" sos. ,,f the B.C. Coast Service and J.
1). Galloway .provincial minerologist,
Financing, early arrangements for
adequate tests of the new Brown Cy-
stand liy J
lot  game  1
I   the   Cowi
il. Idiens v,
■eniained in
rylng his ti
sseii ,
e Idiens marked
.'tween Cumber-
han eleven last
nt in fust wiek-
n'iiten until the
J right through
lowlchan batttcd
Hal of 214 runs,
hi.'lie
,111  till
oi,-.Ion
llllt
■land  was
McLnughlin
Guy, their
In
taki
111
llllllll'
players who verj generou
to play. Haiss was top
Cowichan with a line 71
made 55, after being miss
etni't
Rhi
•d  h)
les,   going
inaile  31.    Tin'
dismissed for J
the hest avorag
taking I vvickel
Idiens and I
nings for Cun
being dismis!
scoring T. Carney
hut was howled bef
Vaughan in partnci
carried the score I
former was dismi,
other hatter to rea<
was the skippc
careful cricket
lens, however, i
ily   of   the,
known bov
British Col
el tollman
nothing wi!
hrst
sly offered
scorer for
. Saunders
nl hy Car-
el 20, and
.vith   Baiss
uttial
Heat.'
had
Mm,
folio
all.
.llu
Idii
,,1-la
IHIIi
led the in-
tbe butter
bray after
wed Dando
re scoring, Jack
hip with Idiens
Hi before the
i'.l. The only
i doable figures
•   played
■uns. 1,1-
ihe dild-
the well
well   for
lit crick-
I'oulil   do
.e Cumberland
ill his deliver-
ispect.
Hall.
his
ed t
lih.i
('alio,
.. the
clone spark arrester designed to re-
duee lire risks from the use of eoal
in locomotives, and genera] means of
promoting, greater efficiency both in
production and use of British Coluni-
hia soft eoal. will he discussed by the
committee early in thc drawing up
of it* permanent programme, Not a
small part of its work is expected to
he the education of the public into
more economical and efficient use of
eoal than now practised.
Problem, Ahead
Need of some arrangement for the
eoal industry of the province was
brought out at the recent conference
when it was shown that more coal
was being produced in British Columbia in 11120 than today, and that
i greater   numbers  of  men   were  em-
; poyed than at the present moment.
, Coal production from British Columbia mines in 1020 totaled 2,605,-
125 tons, required the services of
0,340 men. and averaged a produc-
. lion for the population of 6.1 tons
per capita. In 1020 2,261,262 tons
were  mined,  using 6,02H men, and
[the per capita production bused on
Rhodes,
Baiss, I
Jobllng.
Green,
Walton
Leggatl
Slee, h. II.
Corbishley
Saunders,
Mowbray,
A. E. Ore
Extras
C<
e.   Idiei
Ineli-
,'. 11. I'
i. Ellis
c.  Ilea,
,'.  Iiiiei
■, Unswor
1). Ellis.
Heaton
Ellis  31
. .   .71
,. I'. Ellis  .. 8
Hall !   ii
Heaton 21
Ih. il. Heal,ill   II
•ling: Inglis, 1
36; Hall 2 for
El
Idiens.
Dan,hi
'rl„nd
Combe
not out . .    ..
b.   Mowhray
Carney, e. mid b. .Mowhray
Vnughan, b. .Mowbray ...
Unsworth, b. Mowbray
Tailor c. Walton, b. Baiss
Hall. ,-. Jobllng, I.. Baiss
D. Ellis. I,. Mowbray
P. Ellis, e. and b. Haiss    .
Heat   b.   Walton
Inglis, h. Rhodes
Bowling: Rhodes,
bray, ."> for 30; Baiss
ton, 1  for 7.
: population bad fallen to 3.7 tons.
I In lhe same period Vancouver Island mines suffered a shrinkage of
annual output from 1.HON,251 tons
to 1,120,806 tons, and the men employed fell from .1,301 to 2,747 in
Island collieries in   1020.
These  and  other facts placed be-
fore    the    conference    produced    a
marked  effect   and  have  awakened
considerable interest in tbe proposals
| looking to the rehabilitation of the
I industry along general lines through
(education, research and the promo-
1 tion if more efficient means nf producing and using coul.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Jones and son
n [Trevor    returned    on   Sunday    after
.17 spending a lew days in Vancouver.
	
Mow-
; Wal-
De
sui-iession
Cumberlnnd   vs.
Quainton'. XI.
For the third
I Dean Quainton's team is on a tour of
the northern portion of ihe Island,
playing in Cumberlnnd "ii nun-day
night, lhe visitors heal the home
team by 3 wickets ami :'>l runs. The
game was very enjoyable ami played
1   went hi!.
played mi :
iy   all,, ii"
shadowed by!upon to speak during the evening,
JMnnyv|)i'otested thai the enjoyment uf
the  excellent   repast  served   by   Mrs.
ot rest within the walls he loved and
helped to preserve.
Collision at sea, in which 47 died,
sets ocean afire, Gasoline pouring
from   sunken   tanker.
Coehet once more defeats Tildcn:
French tennis star aguin bumbles
U.S. veteran in international linnls
held in Paris.
Australian   shark   lives   in   pool: I er was ordered some
bathers stay away while 14-foot man-1 normal  capacity  of
,. ., ... ..  .        [Thomson and ber helpers hud left them
,., that oi the utilisation of lower I dumoumd to speak a.  any
grades <il coal by the Benwn, mnk-'
help is
familii
given. There
s ;iinl sovernl
en lev
! tank.
.plushes happily in big Indoor  220,000  pounds  per hour und  th.
maximum   capacity   .'ion,no   pounds
Miss Cnrstnirs set for thc lug race i per hour,
English sportswoman has plans  to     The burners are primarily design-
eupture   record   at   Detroit   in   her j cd to hum powdered coal with pro-
speed-boat "estelle." ! vision  also  for oil  and  gas  firing.
Prince of Wales vnices Britain's | Countries with large soft coal pro-
length.
Advises tiring All
|   Mr. Campbell, of Port Alberni, said
I Mr. Neill had a strong organization
! through his appointees.   The only way
the famous hijrh-pressure] Con.Servative.s could win would be lo
pioneering station at I-ungerlmigge, | flre [hl.m a\\_   That would mean ihe
Bolglumi where another Benson boil-j political finish of the member-elect
"" time ago. The'   Theed Pearse expressed appreciation
that   boiler   is J of the way in which Mr. Graham had
ing for chonper power generation
and the use of soft nnd powdered
coal.
One of the heaviest  users of the
Benson
nil   not   lake
line
id though a
local
■red    by    the
»'fil
relief purpos
es   il
1 for such as
this.
will I,
Satin
Score* iii-M ti
Qua
l\ Cox, run oul
A. Reid,
T. Halkett, I
!■'. Comley, b. Hall
While clearing land on his own (
place nt Minto, Mr. William Davies \
wus rathei badly hurt. Me wns tak-1
en to the Cumberland General Hos-j
pital and remained a patient there j     rrmce oi   v*ama vuicuh unum* .*■> i
until last night when he left for his I tribute to Koch; famous Marshall's. duction are looking to the Benson! Mr. Graham had fought a clean fight
home .much improved, but still weak widow and children see statute un-1 hoiler as n solution for their market- He was glad to sec the candidate con
from his accident. ] veiled in London. I ing problems. (Continued on Page Two!
carried the flag. Conservatives must
ioverhaul their house. They did not;
1 want so called Conservatives who were i
that one day and heaven knew what!
ithe next.   Why the Liberal-CoiLscrva-1
■aive title any longer anyway?   A liou.se
I divided nRainst itself could not .stand.
A.  J.  Tnylor.  of Cumberland,  said
are several Ittrg
infants.
Compensation   will   noi   lake   rare   T   il
of their needs,
fund   is   ndmlnh
ployees fnr sucl
was never intend
Newspaper  Aid   Ailtcd
Organization of this  fund  will he
comenced at once.    The live major
British Columbia newspapers. lnclud-|    Extras
ing the Victoria Times and Colonial i
ami  tlie  Vancouver Star,   Province      .,    ..        ,, ,
in -it i ii, I, . Bowling:   ll-'l
and Sun, will lie asked to open lists, | |jH||   ,   ,-,,,.  ]!(.
nnd locally the Princeton Star will
undertake this.    Information may he
obtained   from   William   McKinnon,
Blakeburn. A special appeal foi presn
support  is lo be made,
Sr
i   Quo
,,|.oi
1 1,
•:d
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OII-.ll,
■ int.
n.  i'
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sun,
er,
le
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II, IJII
I'illai
id  no
ilnl,
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but
l.    !
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A   .ocond  Rnnv
i  Wye in id oi
'■'iiiiu-ariiiir a
ItcLawtlilh
i.hoi,..
Ml I.:, IKll
. i'. Ver
not ,
noi  i
-
«    Rcndi
With The Local
Softballers
latere,tins   Cumes   Played   During
The Week
(fame
week
Hill
belli
I in.
IT:   li,
Mien-,
llii lido.
VnuRhi
chlin, ^  for
mon Jones, ;
11 for  I?
Cumberland Inning.
r. Rrlc Quainton
b, Pillar
Eric Quainton
III!
II:
I'm
•ral very Interesting softball
were played during tbe past
and drew a fairly large num.
her of spectators. The name is e\i-
dcntly catching on and by next season ii is expected thai a regular soft-
hall league will be formed, which
ncludc Cumberland, Courtenay,
on. Alberni and possibly Nanai-
I'or the Labor Day sports to be
a' Port Alberni. the manage*
of ihe Royal's team und the
ites intend to send a composite
tea,,, to compote fm the honors
there,
Hi, Sundny afternoon last, the Ull-
lonites met and defeated the newly
'..ii ii'il Japanese team, 8-6, after a
'.' ry ' lose Btrugglo.
Monday saw lhe Iloyal- ami Kairles
clash on the City Park ground, the
Royals   running  out   winners   by  a
c i' in-l.
I'liirsday nighl ihe Eagles and
Unlonltes met at the City Park the
former ivinning rnthot easily by 18
runs to J,
fhe Eagles and Royals will play n
ret,nn game on Sunday on the diamond    of   the    Royals   at    tlle    Wye
ground.
Bom—At the Cumberland General Hospital, Tuesday .August 19th
to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gray, a daugh-
ter, Hetty Joan.
Boothman,
Qualntoi
Mil.auirhli
A. Reid
Robathan,
Blschlager
Ri
played
1'-'I
b, Eric
, e. Eden Quainton, b,
lot mil
li. A, Reld
Hall, l.h.i
Vcrnon-.J.
Extras
Comley, I,. Eden Qualn-
b. Eden Quainton .
es, b. Eden Quainton
Bowling: Eric
Pillar.   L'   for LIU
for IS: A. Reid.
70
Quainton, 'J for 11;
Eden Quainton, •'!
! for 111.
Polly MORAN and Marie DRESSLER in "CAUGHT SHORT"
At the Ilo-Ilo Theatre        filmdom's funniest women in an uproarious take-okk on stock market debacle.        This Week End |Aug. 22nd - 23rd] PAGE TWO
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, 11. C.
The Cumberland Islander
PUBLISHED  EVERY  FRIDAY  AT CUMBERLAND,   B.C.
EDWARD W. BICKLE
THE (ALLAWAY   MEMORIAL
THE DISPATCH from LaGrange, Ga„ stating
that employees of the cotton mills of Caston
.1. Callaway had built a radio beacon clock
tower in memory ot Fuller E. Callaway, founder
of the business, is a happy note from the textile
industry.
Fuller E. Callaway was a pioneer in the cotton
textile industry in the South, He organized a
new industrial civilization in his community. He
gathered, selected and trained his thousands of
workers with the heart uf a humanitarian and the
wisdom of a social statesman. He taught the hum-
blesl of them as well as the most alerl to understand their rights and relations; that the interests of employer and employees were bound together in the pursuil of prosperity and happiness;
and that no good thing could be achieved for
either bj a war uf one up"" the other,
The business which the late Mr. Callaway
established and Mi*' ideals which he put into practice are being carried on by his son, Caston J.
Callaway, Cason Callaway, mindful of the esteem
in which his father was held by the employees,
has declared his father's birthday an annual holiday in the nulls, and the workers have the ilny
oil' willi pay. _ _  |
That memorial beacon lights the way tor aviators, but it also illuminates human nature and!
reflects the good wil! that exists between ai
thougtful employer and contented labor.
A GREAT CANADIAN SCIENTIST
THERE ARE trJumpa nl' war, triumphs of peace; ihe
triumphs of polities out of a feverish contest of two
month-- in which wc have just emerged, and the triumph of husiness, the triumphs of literature, the tri
umphs of science, In all ot' these Canada has hail some
share, and a somewhat creditable one. Perhaps in science
of lute—science embracing a rather wide field —she has
i forged ahead of other achievements. A number of our
' distinguished young seienlists, unfortunately, are residents of th*. United States, and as Canadians we hear
! very little ol' them.
nl thi' din of au election campaign there has just re-
j turned from Great Britain, unheralded and practically
uncommented upon, a Canadian not yet past middle age
! who has won the highest honors the astronomical world
' can bestow. We refer to Dr. J. S. Plaskett, Director of
! the Saanich Observatory, near Victoria, B.C., who,
' before thai observatory, which has the second largest
telescope in the world, was built, was a member of the
■ stall' of the observatory here in Ottawa. He is among
: the world's greatest mathematicians, and his discoveries
in  astronomy  have  been  among the  most   outstanding
'during the last hall' century at least.
As proof of that statement it is only necessary to statu
! that during an absence of three months in the United
, States and Great Britain ,he was awarded the Ruinford
■ gold and silver medals, these medals being presented under the auspices of the American Academy of Arts and
Sciences, Boston, the presentation following a dinner
presided over by the president of tin* Harvard Medical
iJepartment. The Rumford Premium is a very old foundation, dating as far hack as (30 years. Or. Plaskett
was selected this year for the award on account of his
researches in stellar spectography and aeronautical work
generally . The English distinction is regarded as a still
greater honor, because of the standing of the Royal
Astrographical Society, whose gold medal for achievements in astronomy was awarded him. In connection
with these crownings Or. Plaskett read three papers,
listened to and acclaimed by the leading astronomers of
Europe and America, entitled "Diffuse Mutter of Interstellar Space," "The Physical Properties of the High
Temperature Stars," and "The Rotation of the Galaxy."
IP*, however, delivered many learned addresses while
away, ami comes back loaded wilh honors, which place
him in the first rank of scelntists. For nine years in his
observatory at Snanlchton, with almost unequalled facilities for observation ,he applied himself with marvelous
industry to solving the unsolved mysteries of the skies.
His discoveries in that time have been epoch making.
A> a purely Canadian product Canadians, should and
undoubtedly will, be proud of Or. Plaskett. who has reflected so much glory on his country in his particular
branch of science. —The Ottawa Journal.
.Tom. Graham
Guest Of The
Conservatives!
(Continued from Pai>e One)
; Unite to take a keen interest in affairs,
| which would be rewarded some day by
membership  in  the  House. j
i Gavin Russell told the assembly that
there were twenty-live loyal Conservatives on Denman Island who could bej
relied upon.
No   Squarer   Man
Frank Dalby. ot Cumberland, said
he had never in his 35 years of employment worked under a squarer man
than Mr. Graham. He attributed the
defeat of the Conservative candidate
to underhand work of thc opposition.
Many mon were gutting full pensions
and tull pay as government employees
at the sumo time, thanks to Mr. Neill.
The secret of the latter's popularity
was getting things for people to which
they   were   not  entitled.
Mr.s. Theed Pearse said she found
ureal pleasure in working on Mr. Graham's behalf. Now that Neill. the 'tin
God", was about to lull the feet of
clay would be seen.
Mrs. Thomson, on being complimented upon the excellence of the food and
service, said she had been pleased to
help and would enjoy another oppor-
tuity. to canvass for Conservative
aims.
Others present spoke briefly, and the
assembly  joined   in   the  singing  of
chorus or two.
Miss Ivy Frew returned on Friday
from nn extended visit to her brother
at  Calgary.
Rev. Or. Edgar De Witt -Jones says
"a preacher in this day needs the
skin of a hippopotamus, the endurance of a camel, the agility of a
greyhound, the heart of a lion and
the patience of a donkey.
Sargon Rapidly
Becomes Known
Over Continent
PREVENT FOREST FIRES
From   All   Over   America   Thousands
of  Letters   from   Grateful   Users
Have   Been  Received
If you found a medicine that was
of such great benefit to you thai!
you would go to the trouble of sending it to relative ami friends In
distant countries, you would have;
to l>e convined in your own mind
that it possessed real merit, wouldn't [
you'.'
That's just what hundreds of t
people throughout the United States!
have been doing with Sargon, the I
new formula recently introduced in I
Canada.
From all over America and
wherever Sargon has been Intro- ■
duced, thousands of letters have I
been received from grateful users
telling of the gratifying results that
have    been    accomplished    by    this
celebrated   medicine.
Thousands   Express  Gratitude
On November 27, 1020, a letter
dated November -•<. was received at (
the Sargon offices advising that in
one week one drug linn alone had |
received orders ror Sargon to be
shipped to Cavite, Philippine islands;
Coca Solo, Canal /one; Belehrook,
Ireland  and   Paris.   France.
Only recently a well-known resi-.
dent of Denver, Colorado, who had
been restored to health by Sargon i
senl a full i rcatment to Loudon,
England, to his sister, who is the
wife tif an executive of one of the
grentesl retail drug linns in the
British  Empire.
Letters    Received    From
the Northwest
From .Minnesota and Winsconsin:
and throughout the Northwest, many
letters of this kind have been received advising that users of Sargon are
sending it tn relatives back in their
old countries of Sweden and Norway. ;
Many uch letters and endorse-!
ments have been ret eived from men |
of prominence, including former
governors, business .'md professional
men. mayor). itate and county officials, and even ministers of the
Gospel who have deemed il their
duty to come forward and tell what
Sargon  has done  for them.
Only a shoi i ) ime ago, for Instance
the vice pr* sidenl of one of the
Smith's largi ' i orporations walked
into a Memphis drug store and pur-
i hti ■ ■!   hip   : ixth   bottle  of  Sargon.
lie   had   taken   three   bottles   himself
and   tated he hod n ceived such won- ■
derful benefit from It, hc was gettinjj
tin   nthi i   for n lutivi - and friends.
Four   Men   in   One   Firm
Are Taking  It
thoi   .■■ ell-known buslue     i lan
ioen gi fatly benefited
I      Sargoi     ■' ■ on n en h d   it   to   hi
,,   i and   employees,
■;.. ■   our dlfTerenl men in one firm
are taking the Sargon troutmenl tut
the !■■■ ull of   mly one bottle origin-!
ally   old,
'! he i ■ '<■'.'.■ of thousands
ol       L> t hich have arisen   inci
Sargon wa? placed on the markel in
April,   102
Sargon ter ivi ly   advertl ed
ji is true, but uch a lurgc and
rapidly growing demand could imt !
be broughl il ■■ it hy advertising
alone.    ')• i       sold in a neigh-1
bm hood through ndverti ing, bul
ten more may be . id in thai com
munil v after On
ull!.    Pe    '
Canadian
forest industries
add live hundred
million dollars
annually to the
national wealth.
Their very existence is threatened
by forest fires,
which directly or
every citizen
th
rou
gh th
eir
enace to the
itional pros-
nan
eful
to talk al ' 'v
are more than i
of the medicine
Noi a da no
does not brine
ment:-    from   th*
:s willing
, bul they1
ell others |
them.
i   i-  thai
.■■    tnti
ancerning
the good thi medh ine is doh
reciting the cin um tm ce of ense
after case thai would convince the :
mo t  skeptical.
Sargon   hi     ntl iii ■ tl   il     pro tlge
i\ml   widespread through
actual     re ull lompll In d  -noi i
empty promises. This celebrated ,
medicine may now he obtained In
Cumberland al Lang' Drim & Book
Store, who have heen av arded thc
exclusive Sargon age] for this
city. Adv't
m
v*s$m
#M iilions depend on them/
DEPARTMENT OF 'ki NXEMOIVi
ILO-ILO
1HKATRE
FRIDAY,  AUGUST 32nd,  1030,
TWO   SHOWS
7   and   9   p.m.
This week end
Marie DRESSLER
Polly   MORAN
in the laughing panic
"Caught
Short"
with
ANITA PACE and CHARLES MORTON
Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday, August 25-26-27
■*********************
Jesse I
with
Lila Lee
David Rollins
Henry Kolker - Kenneth MacKenna
George Jesse), premier character comedian of the slat?.1, makes an impressive Fox
Movietone bow ill the soul-stirring role of Luigi, modern Pagliacci, whose box of
tunes resounds with lhe melody of love, human  faith and fortitude.
Thursday - Friday - Saturday, August 28 - 29 - 30
She had the face of an angel   --   --
the fierce passion of a jungle tiger!
Joan CRAWFORD
in
"UNTAMED"
with
Robert Montgomery and Earnest Torrence
An amazing romance, sweeping you Joan Crawford, as the lirey jungle
from the South African jungles to lhe       girl,   shows   herself   in   the   foremost
gilded haunts of New York society. ranks of talking-screen stars.
JOAN COAWFOQD . ROBERT MONTGOMERY and  OWEN  LEE in
* UNTAMED ' FRIDAY, AUGUST 22nd, 1930.
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, fi. C.
PAGE THREE
(A
TAX SALE, 1930
Comox Assessment District
1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday the 10th day of September, 1930, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon at the Court House, Cumberland, B. C, I will sell at public auction
the lands on the list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th
day of June, 1930, and for interest, costs, and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale,
if the total amount due for period ended December 31st, 1928, and interest thereon, together with
costs of advertising said sale, are not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
ASSESSED  OWNER'S  NAME
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
"1? I
o <
GROUP 1, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Townloy,  Alice    Lot 5,  Mock 8, Plan 2732, Savary
Island  	
Vancouver Reliance Co., Ltd    Lot  1375  (exclusive of Rt. of W.)
Savary Island (31(1 acres more or
lean)   	
Kelly, Mrs. Isabella Estate (R.O. Is-  Lots 1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 16,
abella Jane Kelly and Walter At-      lieinK   Subd.   of   Lot   1471),   Plan
bert  Kelly)          .1839 (177.32 acres more or less)
Simard, Augusto (R.O. of Lot "B"—  Lot "A"  (41.7 ac.)   Lot "B"  (I.OB
Trustees of Olson  Valley  School  ac.)  Subd. of Lot "1>" beinir Subd.
Board)      of Pt. of Lot 6, Subd. of Lot 1527,
Plan 5908 	
Osborne,  Francis Preston    Lot "B", being Subd. of Lot 1612,
Plan 1077 (.302 acres) 	
Lundy, Charlotte Louisa    Lot   1650   (subject  to  timber lease
no. 1358)  166 acres more or less ...
Snulter, Bertram    Lot 4186,  (100 acres more or less)
Smith, James B   Lot  4936   (except   Plans  1919  and
2014)  and  (subject tn timber leuse
no. 24452) 185.11 acres more or less
Parry, Mrs. E. N    Lots "C" & "D", Subd. of Lot 11.
Block   3,   Plan   5379,   (2.26   ncres)
Subd. of Lot 5304, Plan 5093 	
Parry, Mrs. Eveline Nelson    Lots  1  &  2,  Block 7,   (2.22 acres)
Subd. of Lot 5304, Plan 5093 	
Errico, Joseph     Lots 3 * 4, Block "A" (1.86 acres)
Subd. of Lot 5305, Plan 5094 	
Errico, Guiscppe    Lot "G". Subd. of Lots 3 to 0, Block
"B", Plan 5725 (.15 acre), Subd. of
Lot 5305. Plan 5094 	
RANGE 1, COAST DISTRICT
Kingcomo Packers Ltd  Lot 574 (43.2 acres more or less)   ...
Jacobson, Adolph   Lot 842 (441 acres more or less) ....
Kelsall, William Rodgers  Lot 1357 (173 acres more or less)   .
Champion, Henry George   Lot 1891 (190 acres more or less) .
McKenzie, Margaret Katherine (Ex- Northerly ij of Lot 377 (41.5 ncres
ecutrix Frederick K. Dunlop Est.) more or less)	
35.50
3.45
13.75
52.70
475.60
47.60
13.76
636.76
194.65
13.25
13.76
221.66
47.25
4.86
13.76
65.86
103.86
9.25
13.76
126.86
80.32
B.20
13.75
103.47
18.00
1.80
13.75
33.56
32.00
3.00
13.76
48.76
112.50
10.66
13.75
136.90
195.00
18.30
13.75
227.06
22.00
1.90
13.76
37.66
Bartholdi, Domcnico	
Matthewson, William A	
Woods, Mrs. Mary 	
Duncan, William 	
Duncan, William 	
Stodders, Alice M	
Rees, James Morgan 	
Rees,  Llewellyn  	
McKelvic, William Stafford
Ryan, Susan Edith; Thomas, Agnes
Louise; Cliffe, Ethel; Higgins,
Frank Truman; Higgins, Charles
Bertie 	
Higgins, Mrs. Minnie B	
Duncan, William 	
Anderton, Peter Leo	
Storey, James (R.O. Joseph Stewart)
Towler, Bruce	
Ryan, Susan Edith; Thomas, Agnes
Louise; Cliffe, Ethel; Higgins,
Frank Truman; Higirins, Charles
Bertie 	
Higgins, Mrs. Minnie B	
Thwaites, Kathleen Annie       	
North American Loan Co	
Anderton, P. Leo 	
Crease, Dr. A. L.  (R.O. Herbert
Jesse McKenzie)   	
Beadnell, H. H. M. (R.O. Wm. Foth-
erglll Cooke Tnyler)  	
Bishop, R. P. (R.O. Land Settlement
Board)   	
McGregor, Mrs. E. F. G. 	
COMOX DISTRICT
North Part of Lot 1 being Subd. of
Pt. of Section 1, Plan 275 	
Lot 1 (except Plans 2865 and 3332)
beinE Subd. of Pt. of Sees. 6, 7 & 8,
Plan 2525 (53.2 acres more or less)
Lot "A", Subd. of Pt. of Lot 1, Plan
2865, being Subd. of Pt. of Sees. 6,
7 & 8, Plan 2525 (reserving minerals  tn   Wm.  A.   Matthewson)'  (3.4
acres)   	
Lot "A" of Parcel "D" of Section 16,
Plan 2557 (39 acres); Parcel "G"
of Section 16 (1.6 ac); Parcel "K"
of Section 16 (.33 acre) 	
Lot 10, Subd. of Pt. of Section 17,
Plan 3015 (1.75 acres) 	
Parcel "E" of Lots "B" 4 "C" being Subd. of Sections 30, 44 & 82A,
Plan  653,   (36.66  ac.)   (except  all
coal)   	
Undivided % interest in Sec. 40 (except   those   parts  registered   under
18632F and 18633F) 5.5 acres	
Undivided % interest in Sec. 40 (except   those   parts   registered   under
18632F and 18633F) 5.6 acres	
Section 73 (except Comox Logging
* Rly. Co. Rt. of W.) 153.27 acres
more or less 	
Undivided 5-6 interest in Sec. 82
(except Plans 2268, 2449, 2341 and
3186) 36.6 ac	
Undivided 1-6 interest in Sec. 82,
(except Plans 2268, 2449, 2341 and
3186) 36.6 ac	
Lot 95 (except W. C. Kly. Co., Rt. of
W.) (159.5 acres more or less) 	
Westerly part of Lot 9, being Subd.
of Lot 118, Plan 1405, (1 acre), except E. & N. Rly. Co. Reservations)
Lot 126 (45 acres more or less), (except Minerals and other rights) 	
Lots 19 & 20, being Subd. of Pt. of
Lot 134, Plan 1705 (9.78 ncres) ....
Undivided 5-6 interest in Lot 139,
(except Public Rt. of W. & E. 4 N.
Rly. Reservations) 117 acres more or
less   	
Undivided 1-6 interest in Lot 139
(except Public Rt. of W. 4 E. 4 N.
Rly.   Co.   Reservations)    117   acres
more or less 	
Easterly 27B.2 ft. of Westerly 756.6
I't. of Lot  155 (5.1 acres), (except
roads)   	
Lots 15 4. 16, Block "H", being
Subd. of Pt. of Lot 166, Plan 1845
(except E. 4 N. Rly. Co. Reservations)	
Lot 171  (160 acres more or less)
Parcel "B" of Lot 201  (except E. 4
N. Rly. Co. Reservations)  79 acres
more or less)	
Lot 2, being Subd. of Pt. of Lot 221,
Plan 2548 (except E. 4 N. Rly. Co.
Reservations)   .38  ncre  	
Lot 2, Plan 2261, Merville, (except
all minerals) 57 acres more or less)
Undivided 41/159 interest in Fr.
SWVi of Sec. 26, Tp. 2, Plan 662A,
(except all minerals reg. with E. &
N. Rly. Co., subject to all casements
and subject to Timber charges in
favour of International Timber Co.,
and Canadian Northern Pacific Rly.
Co., Plan 837) 119 acres more or
less   .'..
.36     13.75
18.50
300.00
30.00
13.76
343.75
770.00
426.80
13.75
1210.56
8.00
.30
13.75
22.66
6.00
.66
13.75
20.40
60.00 32.50 13.76 106.25
7.63 .62 13.76 21.90
146.60 16.70 13.76 176.06
7.B0 .75 13.75 22.40
147.38 18.32 13.76 179.46
10.22 .83 13.75 24.80
83.95 9.06 13.76 108.75
4.73 .47 13.75 18.96
4.68 .47 13.76 18.90
101.76 10.94 13.76 126.46
54.69 6.90 13.76 74.24
10.93 1.18 13.75 25.86
110.20 13.76 13.76 137.70
4.36 .31 13.75 18.42
22.76 1.44 13.76 37.95
10.64 1.46 13.76 31.76
58.66 6.23 13.75 78.64
11.74 1.23 13.76 26.72
34.25 3.40 13.75 51.401
24.00       5.80    13.76       43.55
394.15      37.90    13.75      446.80
74. SK      10.97    13.75       99.00
6.00 .60    13.76       20.35
14.79       1.80    13.75       30.40
ASSESSED  OWNER'S  NAME
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
3 —   ?'
2 'a x
>r.  a  oi     '5
c ' e ■ :■ g
COMOX DISTRICT (Cont'd)
Smith, Eustace
Anderton, P. L.
Anderton, P. L. (R.O. E. 4 N. Rly.
Co.)   	
Holmes, Cedric C.
Esquimau 4 Nanaimo Rly. Co.
King, J. Leonard	
Esquimau 4 Nanaimo Rly. Co.
Hopkins. Innes 	
Northerly Pt. of NE'4 of See. 27;
SE^i of Sec. 34; EVj of SWVi of
Sec. 34; Fr. SEVI of Sec. 35; Fr.
NWV4 of Sec. 35; Fr. SW% of Sec.
35 (except Northerly 22.25 chs.) Tp.
4, Plan 562C (except all minerals
with E. 4 N. Rly. Co.)  414 acres
more or less 	
SWM of SW'/. of Sec. 32, Tp. 4,
Plan 552C (subject to E. 4 N. Rly.
Reservations) 40 acres more or less)
Fr. NEt4 of NWV, (25 acres); Fr.
NE^i  (14 ac.) of Section 24, Tp. 6,
Plan 552E 	
SWtt of SEVi of Sec. 26, Tp 6, Plan
562E (subject to E. 4 N. Rly. Co.
Reservations) 40 acres more or less)
SW Vi of Sec. 33, Tp. 6, Plan 652E
(84 acres more or less) 	
SV4 of SEV. of NM, of EV4 ol NEVi
Sec. 8, Tp. 9, Plan 552G (subject to
E. 4  N.  Rly.  Co.  Reservations)   5
acres 	
NWW of NWU of Sec. 20, Tp. 8,
Plan 552 G,, (40 acres more or less)
NW'i of Sec. 32, Tp. 9, Plan 552G
(subject to E. 4 N. Rly. Co. Reservations)  160 acres 	
NANAIMO DISTRICT
Morrison, John Rack-ford Estate ... SWtt of Sec. 2 (except Highways)
Denmnn Inland (160 acres more or
less)	
Morrison, John R. Estate    N%  of NW'i   of Sec.  7 and FV1.
SW '4 of Sec. 8, Denman Island (158
ncres more or less) 	
McFarlan,  John      That part of SW-Vi of Sec. 15, lying
North of Creek, Denman Island (4
acres1)   	
Hastings,  Harry     Parcel "B"   of Sees. 4, 4A, and 12,
Hornby Island (145 acres more or
less)   	
Hastings, Harry    Parcel "C" of Sees. 4 & 4A, Hornby
Island (8(1 acres more or less) 	
Eccleston, Mrs. Mary
Comox Land Corporation
NELSON DISTRICT
Lot 10, Subd. of Pt. of Lot 20, Plan
1841 (except E. 4 N. Rly. Co. reservations    and    reserving    Timber
Rights) 5 acres 	
Lot 3, Block 1, Subd. of Pt. of Block
33, Plan 1927 (except reserved Timber Rights)  7.5 acres 	
46.60       4.65    13.76       64.90
11.'!.50 6.90     13.75      134.15;
30.00 3.00     13.76        4(5.75
40.17 4.58    13.76        58.50
48,64       4.21
92.54 9.01
7.60 .76
69.77 0.88
13.75        01.60
13.75      115.30
13.75 22.00
13.76 90.40
232.12      24.83    13.75      270.70
101.89       10.00     13.76       126.70
45.82        6.03    13.75        64.60
5.00 .70    13.75        19.45
224.68      22.32
133.31       12.44
13.75      260.76
13.75       169.50
23.71 2.14     13.76        39.60
11.00 .85    13.76        25.60
Township 11, Plan 551.
Comb, John 4 Elizabeth   Lot 13, Subd. of NW!4 and SWVi of
See. 28, Plan 1831, (except E. 4 N.
Rly. Co. Reservations) 8.3 acres ....
Esquimau 4 Nanaimo Rly. Co    SEVi of Sec. 29 (except W. C. Rt
of W.) 148.9 acres more or less	
Esquimau 4 Nanaimo Rly. Co   That Pt. of SWVI of Sec. 29, lying
S. & E. Wellington Colliery Rly. Rt.
of W. (85 acres more or less) 	
Leighton, Henry   Lots 3, 4 4 6, Subd. of Pt. of See. 30,
Tp. 11, Plan 1930, (except E. 4 N.
Rly. Co. Reservations) 32.55 acres.. .
Cray, Atatander   Part Fr. SWVi of Sec. 31, lying E. of
Minto Road, and S. of Parcel "B"
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Cook, Mrs. Mary Louise    Lot 18 (except E. & N. Rly. Rt. of
W. 6.92 acres) subject to easement
.88 acres to Canadian Robert Dollar
Co., Ltd. No. 11536F, (subject to E.
& ,N. Rly. Co. Reservations) 127.08
acres more or less 	
Cook. Mrs. Mary Louise    Lot 14 (except E. & N. Rly. Rt. of
W. 1.4 acres) subject to easement 2
acres to Canadian Robert Dollar Co.,
Ltd., No. 11636F, (subject to E. &
N. Rly. Co., Reservations) 85.6 acres
more or less 	
Cook, Mrs. Mary Louise    Lot 15 (subject to E. & N. Rly. Co.
Reservations) 177 acres more or les.-;
Cook, Mrs. Mary Louise    Lot 29 (except E. & N. Rly. Rt. of
W. 7 acres) subject to easement .27
acres to Canadian Robert Dollar Co.,
Ltd., No. 19199F, (subject to E. &
N. Rly. Co. Reservations) 153 acres
more or less	
Mackie, Barnes & Horton Ltd  Pnrcels "D" & "V" of Lot 43 (except E. & N. Rly. Co. Reservations
and easement in favour of Canadian
Collieries (D) Ltd., (4.75 acres)    ..
RUPERT DISTRICT
McAllister, John Estate   Section 11  (640 acres) 	
Phillips, Harry A. Estate (R.O. Hor- Lot 1317 (except a strip of land 1
ry Alexander Phillips)    chain in width measured from high
water mark) 126 acres more or less)
Dignam, Hugh Molyneux    WM, of SWVi Section 35, Malcolm
Island (RO acres) 	
Sointula Towasite, Malcolm Island
Granfers, Filus     Block 14, Plan 816 	
Hannukalnen, Anna    Block 67,   Plan   816   (except   W'ly
portion conveyed to the Crown   .   ..
Township 1.
Andrew, John    SWV» of SEVi Section 2 (except 100
ft. Ht. of W. to Nimpkish Tramway
Co.)  37.35 acres 	
Priest, Elijah   Und. 1/3 int. in Sec. 8 (640 acres)  .
Priest, Elijah     Und.  1/3 int.  in Sec.   17   (384 ac,
more or less)   .
Township 8.
Morton, John   NVt of Section 13 (320 acres)    .
Morton, John   EV4 of Section 14 (320 acres) . .   .
John, Catherine J  S'i of Section 17 (320 acres)
McAllister, John Estate   WH. of Section 21 (320 acres) 	
McAllister, John T. Estote  EV6 of F.'.4 of Section 33 (100 nc.)
Township 5.
McAllister, John Estate    K Vi of EVi of Section 4 (160 acres)
McAllister, John Estate    EM, of Fr. SE",   Sec. 9  (54 acres
more or less)   	
McAllister, John Estate    SWVi of Sec. 10 (19 acres more or
, less)   	
Township S.
Borns, Walter     WVt of Section 11 (320 acres) 	
John, Bedllngton II   Undiv.  3/16  int.  in  Sec.   14   (640
acres)   	
Lee, Francis Valentine Toldoroy ....   Undiv.  9/10  int.  in  Sec.  14   (640
acres)    	
Temple,  Ernest      Undiv. Vi int. in Sec. 14 (640 ncres)
Let, Francis Valentine. Tolderoy ....  Undiv. Vi int. in Sec. 16 (640 ncres)
27.1.3 1.87
268.00      25.80
13.76        42.76
13.75      297.56
137.07       13.73     13.76       164.56
8.75 .99
4.00 .45
13.75 23.50
13.76 18.20
He had closed
the deal
already by
telephone
Three men were business
rivals, each of them selling
a commodity required by a
firm in another city. The
latter wa* about to place a
big order, and, of course,
each of thc rivals was anxious   to   get   the   business.
One man wrote a letter,
another decided to go in
person, but the third, wisely combining the "personal touch" with speed, used
the long-distance telephone.
As a result, the man who
used the telephone had
closed the deal while the
rival and thc letter were
still  on   their   way.
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Opposite Ilo-Ilo Theatre
Cumberland, B.C.
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Child'n's hair cut any style 86c
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Charlie Dalton
Meets Boat at Union Bay
Every Sunday morning
2607.38  1246.10     13.75    3806.23
1065.88    503.90
3641.81 1411.70
P. P. Harrison
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
NOTARY  PUBLIC
Main   Office
Courtenay     ■    Phone 258
Local Office
Cumberland Hotel in Evenings
Telephone  11 Bit or 24
13.75     1673.53
SCOTTISH LAUNDRY
FIRST CLASS WHITE
LAUNDRY SERVICE
1684.92    776.70    13.75    2374.37
527.76      43.49     13.76
640.00      89.60     13.75      743.86
24.00        2.40
56.44       3.67
48.05       3.60
7.89 ,06
10.15
72.76!
28.00
1.60
18,76
'18,86
169.75
16.95
18.75
189.45
90.00
8.80
18.76
119.86
240.00
24.00
13.76
277.75
210.011
24.00
13.76
277.75
1040.00
5118.00
13.75
1501.75
320.00
44.80
13.76
378.55
160.00
22.40
13.7:,
196.16
100,00
22,40
13.76
196.15
60.00
8.40
13.75
82,16
20.00
2.80
13.75
36.55
240.00
24.00
13.75
277.75
210.00
57.60
13.76
281.35
630.00
172.80
13.76
810.55
280.00
76.80
13.76
370.56
280.00
76.80
13.75
370.66
Dyers and Dry Cleaners
Special family laundry rate.
Orders left at the Ritz Cafe,
phono l»u, Cumberland will receive prompt attention. A trial
order  will  convince you.
Telephones:     Courtenay  220
Cumberland   150
DR. W. BRUCE GORDON
Dental Surgeon
OITico Cor. of Dunsmuir Ave,
Opposite llo-llo Thcatro
CUMBERLAND, B.C.
NOTICE   OF   APPLICATION   FOR
CERTIFICATES OF IM-
PROVEMENTS
Audrey,    Alan    Fractional,    Barbara
and  Dean   No.  2  Mineral
Claims
Situate in the Quatsino Mining
Division,   Rupert   District;
Where located: to the East of
Elk Lake and to the North or
Raging  River.
Lawful    holder:   Coast   Copper
Company Limited No. of holder's  Free   Miner's   Certificate
40688-D.
TAKE NOTICE that 1, C. A. Sea-
ton,   Free   Minor's   Certificate   No.
18034-D. acting as agent for Coast
Copper Company Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No. 40088-D, intend,
at  the  end  of  sixty days  from  the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder,   for   Certificates   of   Improvement?,  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above
claim".
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE
that action, under Section oT> of the
"Mineral Act", must be commenced
before thc issuance of such Certificates of  Improvements.
Dated this 11th day of July, 1930.
C. A. SEATON,
Agent for Coast Copper
29-38 Company Limited. PAGE FOUR
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. ('.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22nd,  1930.
ASSESSED   OWNER'S  NAME
!ORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
ASSESSED   OWNER'S   NAME
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
RUPERT DISTRICT (Cont'd)
Township li (Cont'd).
Jones, Richard   (Admin.  Alex. ,1.
Mouatt  Estate)     Undiv. Vi int. in Sec. 1". (640 acres)
Temple, Ernest and Lee. Francis Valentine  Tolderoy)       Undiv, ', int. in Sec. 15 (640 acres)
Imperial Canadian Trust Co    Lot 10, Block 46, Plan 1667 	
Imperial Canadian Trust Co.  (In      Lots   1 1  to 20,  Block 80, Subd. of
Trust)   .     NEW Sec. 18; NWtt Sec. 20; SWM
See. 29 and SEVi  See. 30, Plan 1667
Williams,   Wm.  T.     Lots 2 to 1". Blk. 5A; lots 1 to 20,
Blk. 6A; Lot* 1 to 20, Bit. 16A; Lots
■1 to 18, Blk. 17A: Lots 2 to 20, Blk.
28A; Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 29A; Lots 1
in 20, Blk. 38; Lots I to 20. Blk. 38;
Lots l n. 20, Blk, is; being Subd. of
W. Pt of NWW See. 18, Plan
1463
.Innes.  Richard   (Admin.  Alex, .1.      Undiv.   Vi  im. in Fr. See. 22  i168
Mountl  Estate)    ut.rea more oi less)
Temple, Ernest ami Lee, Francis Val-   undivided ', mi. in Fe. See. 22 Mil"
enline   Tolderoy) acres mure or less)      	
I.ee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy        Undiv.  ',  im. in Fr. See. 22  (460
acres more or less) .     . .
RUPERT DISTRICT (Cont'd)
I.ee. Francis Valentine Tolderoy
Temple",   Ernest	
John, Bedllngton II	
Lee. Francis Valentine Tolderoy
Undiv. 8 16 int. in Fr. Section 23
(exclusive of Indian Reserve) 532
acres   more  i V  less        	
Undiv. VS int. In Fr. See. 23 (exclusive of  Indian  Reserve)   632 acres
Undiv. :; 16 int. in Fr. See. 23 (exclusive of Indian'Reserve) 532 acres
mure or less 	
Undiv. 8  I" int. in Fr. SW', of Sec.
26  (exclusive of Indian Reserve)  23
acres more or less   	
Undiv,  ',  int. in Fr. SW1,  Sec. 26
(exclusive   of   Indian   Reserve)   23
Undiv. 3 16 int. in  Fr. SWVi   Sec.
2i; (exclusive of Indian Reserve) 23
Temple, Ernest and Lee, Francis Val-       ,.v        j      .n Fl,   y,:  of SEVi
Temple,   Ernest
John, Ilrdlington II.
cntine Tolderoy
I.ee,  Francis Valentine Tolderoy
Jones,  Richard   (Admin.  Alex. .1
Mouatt Estate)	
I.yster. Norman W	
Lyon. A. M.
Lyon, A. M	
See. 2*. :,o acres more or less 	
Undiv,   >i   int. in  Fr.  EVi   of SE'.i
See. 2s (:!(' acres mule or less) 	
Undiv.   '■.-   int.  in  Fr.   EMi  nl' SEVi
See. 2s  (30 acres more or less)  	
Lots 18 & 2ii, Block 26, Plan 810 .. .
Lots s & I I. Block 3, Plan 700 	
Lots 1, 3, 5, 9,  II  io 11. Block 23,
Plan   7011 	
S'ly 12 ft. iv E'ly 0 fl. of N'ly 98 ft.
of Lot 2. Block IS. Plan 1329	
Lot ii. Block Is (except E'ly li ft. of
N'ly us ft.); S'ly 1211. of Lot 8,
Block Is; S'ly 12 ft. ami E'ly 6ft.of
N'ly 98 ft. "I Lol III, Block 18, Plan
1329 ..     .....       	
S'ly 6 ft. "f Lot '.'. Block 24; S'ly
6 i't. A- E'ly 6ft. "f N'ly 104 ft. of
Lot   I,   Block 21.  Plan  1329 	
Lots 1. :;. 5, 13 ami 16, Block 25,
Plan   1329,   (except   Pts.   reg,  under
8246C ami 10288N)	
Lois 2, I. il. 8, I". 12. 14 and 16,
Block  26,  Plan   1328   (except  Part
retr. under 102S8N)      	
S'ly  i;  ft. of Lot  3.  Block  26,  Plan
1329   	
S'ly (il'l. of Lois 13 and 15, Block 2'i,
Plan   1329   .       	
S'ly ii I't. * E'ly ii ft. of N'ly 104 ft.
„l  Lot  I.  Block 27, Plan  1329 .    .
S'ly ii  ft. of  Lot   1.  Block  31.  Plan
McCrimmon, A. F. Estate (R.O. Kale   1329
Meyer.   Capt.   Wm.   R.   (R.O.   Wn
Meyer 	
Meyer. Capt,  Wm.  li	
Meyer, Capt. Wm. It.
Meyer,   Cam.   Wm.   R,    (R.O.   Wm.
Meyer 	
Meyer. Capt. Wm. II	
Meyer, Capt. Wm. R
.Meyer. Capt. Wm. R
Meyer. Capt. Win. R,
Meyer. Capt, Wm. R.
F, Robins.
Executrix)
Pt. of
icier
ol' See. 31   (Registered
Croven, George 	
Davy,  Leone  L	
Clulow, Thomas F. ..
Clulow, Thomas  F.
Sorge,  Francis P	
Dignam, Mrs, Mary Ella
Tyllia,  Stanley
Wold,   Peter
Township 9.
Lot Is. Block Mi. Plan 810A 	
Lol   I".  Block  11*. Plan 810A
Lots I io '■'■■ B'oek 4. Plan 2178 ... .
]   Lots 1 & 2. Week "Ii". Plan 2178
Township 33.
SEVi of NEli Section 28 (40 acres)
SW',  Section 31  (100 acres) 	
Township 34,
SW'.,  of Seetion  I (160 acres) 	
Jacobson, Marion Vlrglnie
Township :!.">.
Pt, W 'n of SWW (as described in
Certificate ol' Title No. 23774-1) and
EVi of SW, of Section s (88.1
acres more or less) 	
Township .'i.
Undiv.   I  "   mi.   in   Sec   :;i    (040
Levy.   Eva   (Exec.   Henry   E.   Levy Undiv.   1 7  dnt.   in   See.   :il   (640
K.I.I acres)
Bornstein,   Bertha                         .. Undiv.   I 7   im.   in   See.   31   (646
Meyer, J. T. L, (Trustee Tom Kains Undiv.   I 7   Int.   In   See.   31    (640
1. ■ iHi acres) 	
Hett, Frank C. .v. Kingstnnc, Georgina    (Executors    Letitia   Mattyn Undiv.   1 7   int.   in   See.   31    (040
Hett  Eat.)
John, Bedlingtoii Harold . . ..
Van . .1. Stunrl
Jacobson, Marion Virginie
Levy. Eva (Exec. Henry E. Levy
E t.) .................
Bornstein, Bertha 	
acresl
Undiv,   I 7   int.   in   See.   :;i    (640
acres)
Undiv,   I 7   inl.   in   See.   31   (040
ncres)
Undiv,   1
aires)    .
Undiv.   I
int. in   See.   32    164(1
inl. in    See.    32    (040
aires l ....
Undiv.    1  7   int. in   See.   32    (640
acresi
Hett. Frank C. & Kingstonc, Georgina    (Executors    Letitia   Martyn   Undiv.   I 7   Int. in   See.   32   (040
lieu  Est.) acres) 	
Meyer. .1. T. L.  (Trustee Tom Kains   Undiv.    1  7   int. in   Set.   32    (610
Estate)        .          airesi 	
John. Bedllngton llan.li!                 .   Undiv.   1/7   int. in   See.   32   (040
Yates. J. Stuart	
Jacobson, Mai ion Virginie
in    Se
(1140
.       I'll.lie.     1   7
acres i .-..-	
.   Undiv.   I   7 inl. in WVi  and W'.i of
E'j of See. 33, (180 acres more or
less) 	
Levy, Eva (Exec. Henry E. Levy Undiv. 1 7 inl. in W',4 and WVi of
Est.)   E'-.. of See. 33, (ISO acres more or
less, 	
Bornstein.   Bertha       Undiv.  1   7 int. in  We.  ami WVi oT
EVi of See. 33, (480 acres more or
less)	
Heii. Frank C. «• Kingstone, Gcorg- Undiv. I 7 int. in WVi ami WVi of
ina (Executors l.etiiia Martyn EVi of Sec. 33, (480 acres more nr
Hett   Est.)         less) 	
.760.(10
153.6(1
13.75
727.35
280.00
76.80
13.75
370.55
9.00
2.32
13.75
25.07
| Meyer, .1. T. L.  (Trustee Tom Kail
Estate)   ... 	
John, Bedllngton Harold 	
Yates, .1. Stuart   	
Jacobson, Marion Vi
ginic
123.75
12.35
13.75
■102.50
114.96
13.75
201.25
57.40
13.75
201.25
57.411
13.75
149 85   '*lv}' Kn <Exo''. Henry E. Lovj
.     Est.)     ...
531.21
272.46
Bornstein.  Bertha
523.60    149.57    13.75      686.9
.,„„,(,] Hett, Frank C. Ji Kingstonc, Cieurg-
'l     Ina    (Executors    Letitia   Martyn
Hell   Est.) 	
Meyer, J. T. L.  (Trustee Tom Kains
Estate)
232.75      66,26    13.75
171.65      49.85    13.75
312.75
John, Bedllngton Harold
Vines, .1. Stuart
1.19    13.75        32.04
6.65
4.88
13.30
12.95
3.00
9.62
22.75
10.75
1.91 13.75
1.41 13.75
3.74 13.75
3.66 13.75
7.44 13.75
.39 13.75
1.13 13.75
2.3(1 13.75
.S7 13.75
30.00
18.00
3.00    13.75
1.80     13.76
18.00 1.80    13.75
8.30
356.58
;I56.57
366.67
356.57
366.57
356.57
350.57
356.57
356.57
.90 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.76
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.75
108.18 13.75
198.19 13.75
198.19 13.76
198.19 13.75
198.18 13.75
198.19 13.75
22.31
20.(Hi
30.79
311.3(1
47.44
17.05
24.60
22.00
34.47
5.28
13.75
53.50
68.95
10.60
13.75
93.30
5.35
.50
13.75
19.60
6.70
.75
13.75
21.20
7.38
.87
13.75
22.00
5.35
.50
13.75
19.60
11.84
,86
13.75
26.55
3.00
.30
13.75
17.05
3.00
.3(1
13.75
17.05
8.52
.83
13.75
23.10
6.81
.59
13.75
21.15
Jacobson, Marion Virgtinie     	
Levy. Eva  (Exec, llcniv E, Len'
Est,)  	
Bornstein, Bertha	
Hett, Frank C. & Kingstone, Georgina (Executors 1.i't ilia Martyn
Hett  Kst.)
Meyer, J. T. I,. (Trustee Tom Kains
Estate)  ...
John, Bedllngton Harold
Yates. .1. Stuart      ... .
Jacobson, Marion Virginio
Levy, Eva (Kxoe.  Henry  E. Levy
Est.)     	
Bornstein, Bertha 	
( Hett, Frank C. &. Kingstone, Georgina    i Executors    Letitin    Martyn
38'80       Hctl   Est.)
Meyer, -I. T. I.. (Trustee Tom Kains
22'00l     Estate)	
John, Bedllngton Harold
Votes. .1. Stuart .   .
Jacobson, Marion Virginie    	
Lew. Eva (Exec. Henry E. Levy
-"''■""       Est. I	
Bornstein, Bertha   	
Hen, Frank C. & Kingstnnc, Georgina    (Executors    Letitia    Martyn
lieu Est.)	
I Meyer. J. T. L, (Trustee Tom Kains
I      Estill e)
i John, Bedllngton Harold 	
', Vales. .1. Stuart   	
Jacobson, Marion Virginie    	
Levy. Eva  (Exec. Henry E. Levy
Est. I 	
Bornstein.  Bertha	
2-00   Hett, Frank C. &  Kingstonc, Gcnrg-
|     ina    (Executors    Letitia    Martyn
Hett   Est.)       	
Meyer, J. T. L. (Trustee Tom Kains
Estate)   ,.
John. Bedllngton Harold 	
Yates. .1. Stuart 	
Jacobson, Marion Virginie 	
Levy, Eva (Exec. Henry E. Levy
Est.) 	
Bornstein,  Bertha  	
10.75
33.55 | Hett, Frank C, & Kingstone, Georgina    (Executors    Letitia    Martyn
I     Hett Est.)  	
Meyer, .1. T. L.  (Trustee Tom Kains
33.55,     Estat0)      	
John, Bedllngton Harold 	
. Votes. .1. Stuart  	
, Jacobson, Marion Virginie	
-'-•'■''''   Levy.  Evn   lExee.  Henry  E.  Levy
Est.I 	
; Bornstein.  Bertha 	
.Mis.52. Hett, Frank C * Kingstone, Georgina    (Executors    Letitia    Martyn
5,18 51        Hett  Est.)	
Meyer, .1. T. I.. (Trustee Tom Kains
Estnt. •) 	
Township ,'i (Cont'd).
Undiv. 1/7 int. in WVi and WVi of
EVi-of Sec. 33,  (480 acres more or
less)    	
Undiv. 1/7 int. in WH and W Vi of
EVi  of Sec. 33,   (480 acres more or
less)   	
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in WVi and WVi of
EMi of Sec. 33,  (480 acres more or
lcssl     	
Township 5.
Undiv. I 7 int. in WVi and WVi
of EVi of Sec. 4 (480 acres more or
less)   	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in WVi and WVi'
of EVi of See. I (480 acres more or
less)    	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in WVi and WVi
of EVi of See. 4 I ISO acres more or
less)     . ....
Undiv. 1 7 int. in WVi ami WVi
of EVi of Sec.  I  (ISO acres more or
less)   	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in WVi and WVi
of EVi of See. I (486 acres more or
less)    	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in WVi and WVi
of EVi of See. I (ISO aires more or
less)     . . '      	
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in WVi ami WVi
of EVi ol' See. 1 (480 acres more or
lcssl .   .    .
Undiv. 1   7 int. in Sec. 5 ((i-10 ncres)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Sec. 5 (040 ncres)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Sec. 5 (CIO acres)
Undiv. 1 7 int.
(640 acres l
5 OS. 51
John, Bedllngton Harold
Yale.-. .1. Stunrl
Jncohson, Marion Virginie
Levy. Eva (El
568.51
5118.51
568.51
568 51   Bornstein, Herthi
568.52
Henry E. Levy Est
568.51
568.51
568.51
568.51
Hett. Frank C. & Kingstone. Ccorg-
ina (Executors Letitin Martyn
lieu   Est.)   .
Meyer, .1. T. I.. (Trustee, Tom Kains
Estate    	
John. Bedllngton Harold
Yntcs, .1. Smart
West Vancouver Commercial Co
267.42 148.6R 13.75 129.85
267.43 148.68 13.75 429.86
267.43 148.68 13.75
267.43 148.68 13.76 429.86
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Sec. 5 (010 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Sec. 5 (040 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 im. in Sec. 5 (640 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 Int. in See. I] (640 acres)
Undiv. I 7 Int. in Sec. 6 (640 acresl
Undiv. 1 7 int. in See. i; iii Id acres)
Undiv. I 7 inl.in Sec. 0 (OKI acres)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in s.c. 0 1010 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in See. 0 (640 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 im in Sec. i; (640 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 im. in Sec. 7 (040 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Sec. 7 (640 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in See. 7  (640 acres)
Undiv. 1   7 im. in Sec. 7 (640 acresl
Undiv. I 7 int. in Sec. 7 Kill) acresl
Undiv. 1 7 int. in See. 7 (640 acres)
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in Sec. 7 (640 ncres)
Undiv.   1  7  inl.   in  Fr.  Sec.  8   (502
ncres more or less)       	
Undiv.   1  7   inl.  in   Fr.   See.  8   (502
acres more or less)
Undiv.   1  7  int.  in   Fr.  Sec.  8   (502
acres more or less)
Undiv,   1  7  int.  in   Fr.   See.  8   (502
acres more or less)  	
Undiv.   1  7  int.  in  Fr.  Sec.   8   (502
acres more or less)  ....
Undiv.   1  7  int.  in   Fr.  Sec.  X   (502
acres more or less) 	
Undiv.   I  7  int.  in  Fr.   See.  8   (502
acres more or less)  	
Undiv. 1/7 int. in SW'i & WVi of
SE1,, Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. 17 int. in SW i, * WVi of
SEVi Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. 1/7 int. in SWVi & WVi of
SE'i Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. 1 7 inl. in SW', & WH of
SE1, Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. 1/7 int. in SW', & WVi of
SEVi Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. I 7 int. in SWVi & WVi of
SE'i Sec. 9 (183 acres more or less)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in SWVi & WVi of
SEVi See. 9 (1S3 acres more or less)
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Fr. Section 17  (li
acres more or less) 	
Undiv.  1  7 inl, in Fr. Seetion  17  I'i
acres more or less) 	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Fr. Seetion 17 ((!
acres more or less)    	
Undiv.  1  7 int. in I't: Seetion  17  (6
acres more or less)	
Undiv.  1  7 inl. in Fr. Section 17  III
acres more or less)   ...
Undiv.  1  7 int. in Fr. Section 17  (6
acres more or lcssl	
Undiv! I  7 inl. in Fr. Seetion 17 di
acres mole or less)   	
Undiv. I 7 int. in Fr. Sec. IS (except
Indian  deserve)  208 aires more or
Undiv, 1 7 int. in Fr. See. 18 (except
Indian   Reserve!   211s mies  more or
less 	
Undiv, I 7 int in Fr. See. IS (except
Indian Reserve)  268 aires more or
Undiv. 1 7 int in Fr. Sec. 18 (except
Indian Reserve)  2'is acres more or
less	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Vr. Sec. 18 (except
Indian   Reserve)   268 acres more or
less 	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Fr. Sec. 18 (except
Indian Reserve) JUS acres more or
less	
Undiv. 1 7 int. in Fr. See. 18 (except
Indian  Reserve)   268 acres more or
less     	
Section 2, Rupert District, formerly
Quatslno District, Plan 542, containing 1980 acres more or less 	
.
SAYWARD DISTRICT
Rucklcy Securities Ltd    Lot 11 (1986 acres more or less) ....
Fechnor,   Mrs.   O.   H.   (R.O. James  Lot 7, Block "B", being Subd. of Pt,
Stewart    of Lot 66, Plan 1058 (except all coal
therein)   	
207.43
356.57
3511.57
148.68     13.7
108.19     13.7
198.19     13.75
198.19     13.75
366.68    198,18    13.75
35(1.57
356.57
3311.00
3311.00
336.1111
13.7
198.18
198.19 13.75
19s.19 18.76
180.44 13,75
180,44 13.75
180,44 13.7.".
136.llll    180,44    13.75
180.00
136.00
',36.00
'.311.(HI
136.1)0
180.44    13.75
ISO..14      13.75
331'..1)11     180.44     13.;
336.1)1)
330.00
336.00
279.69
279.69
279.68
279.68
279.68
279.69
279.69
114.00
114.00
114,00
114.00
114.00
114.00
114.00
3.34
3.84
3.31
3.31
ISO.44 13.76
180.44 13.75
180.44 13.75
155.61 13.75
155.51 13.75
155.51 13.75
04.09 13.75
64.09 13.75
64.09 13.75
114.09 13.75
1.82 13.75
1.82 13.75
1.82 13.75
1.82
1.82
1.82
1.82
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
157.93      90.30     13.76
167.93      90.30     13.76
157.93      90.80    13.75
Complete List
Of Votes Cast In
Comox-Alberni
267.43     148.08     13.75
267.43     148.68     13.75
267.43     148.68    13.75
267.43     148.68     13.75
267.43     148.US     13.75       129.80
267.13    148.08    13.75
267.42     148.68     13.75
267.43     148.68     13.75
429
568
180.44
13.75
530.19
180.44
1 3.75
5311.19
180.44
18.76
530.19
180.14
13.76
530.19
530.
530.
530.
■IIS.
44S.
IIS.
|    Poll
Port Alice
Cons. Copper Co.
Quatsino 	
Ronnings	
! Half Way River
■Cape Scott
1 Kyoquot
| Cachalot .
86 ] Queen's Cove
.Hecate Channel  .
; Ccepeecee
^f; Nootka
[Estevan
| Koprinn
Ahousat
s" Torino	
:Kcnn Falls
Ucluelet
Sechart
Kildonan  .
I San Mateo
SU BamfleW Easi
Bamndd West
Pachena
Camp 4, Alberni Cana
Port Alberni 1A1
Port Alberni  (B)
Port Alberni  iC
m Port Alberni  'Di
A. P. L. Camp 3
Sproat Lnke
85 Great Centra] Lake
'Alberni  iAi
Alberni  .B.
S(]  Beaver Creek
Hilliers
Coombs
Errlngton 	
86 Parksville
'Nanoose
' LantzvUlc
so Wellington
51   Qualicum  Beach
Little Qualicum
Bowser
Horne Lake
Fanny Bay
.Union   Hay
Royston
2 Minto
Cumberland  (A)
1  Cumberland
I   Cumberland
I   Cumberland   (Dl
i,  Bevan
Courtenny  (A)
Courtenay  ib>
Courtenay  'Ci
Courtenay   il)>
Comox
Lazo
Grantham
Merville
Headquarters
Northey's Lake
Oyster  River
Campbell River i
Campbell River
I. T. Camp 8
19 I. T. Camp ll
191 Garrett
I Garrett Camp 1
Bloedel
,,, Bloedel Camp 2
' I Bloedel Camp  3
Menzies  Bny
1:1, Elk Bay
1,1 , Wilson.  Merrill  cv  Kil
191   camp
Ruck Bay
95 Sayward  Wharf
Sayward
pg' Enejewood
j Englewood Camp 9
;.5l
1.51
1.1'.I
1.10
IS'
(C)
30
,19
17
7
69
113
91
74
111
21
23
78
84
37
43
(ill
73
llll
(ill
12
(17
49
29
76
3
9
58
102
111
81
'Bi
110
21
12
4
1
12
94|
Beaver   Cove
155.51
13.75
IIS
155.51
13.75
IIS
155.51
13.75
44 S
156.61
13.75
■lis
64.09
13.75
191
64.09
13.75
191
64.09
13.75
191
191
191
191
191
18
jPort  Hardy
jShusliariie
Whnletown
94 j Manson's Landing
i Squirrel Cove
94 I Sea lord
Granite  Bay  .
95 j Wyatl   Bay
,Bold  Point
()(. i Herlot Bay
Quathiaski  Cove
Surae  Narrows
sl I Read  Island  Soulh
Blubber   Bay
Van Anda
Gillies Bav
Fnlse Bay
Tucker Bay
Hornby   Island
Dciunim Island
Savory  Islnnd  ..
Moore's Camp
si
s.|
3
30
64
12
10
24
21
1
10
5
19
25
5
6
Neill
102
11
37
8
29
8
38
6
8
31
5
32
16
18
29
81)
8
80
15
54
3
8
51
3
34
167
153
163
135
21
46
69
168
194
24
311
44
44
88
56
05
162
121)
53
55
11
63
112
411
69
135
117
111
113
36
123
1611
141
135
86
56
36
54
66
49
45
24
18
38
44
17
53
34
10
10
27
29
57
26
3
35
28
19
9
18
9
6
19
145
16
14
45
53
19
48
34
45
83
15
Totals
I Nclll's  majority .
Melll's  192C majority
1.476
Union Bay
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Thomas return-
jed home on Sunday alter spending the
past   ten days on tlie west  coast of
18.91 I Vancouver Island.
,    Mr. and  Mrs.  Win.  Auchinvole are
18.81 spending two weeks vacation in Van-
;comer and Seattle
18.91 I *    •    •
,    Mr. and Mrs. E. J  Cronk and lain-
! ily. of Port  Alberni. were visitors in
I nun litis week, guests ot Mr and Mrs.
1 B. S. Abrams.
18.91 | ...
Miss Muriel Stevenson, of Vancou-
18.81
' ter. who hns been spending tlle past
261.98 two weeks a guest of Miss Mary Little.
1 left on Sundny lor her home
13.75      261.88
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson and family,
ol   Vancouver, who have been guests
ol  Mrs.  D,   Haggart,  left  on  Tuesday
, lor their home.
01.981 ,    .    ,
j   Mrs. Willis nml daughter Alice left
ion Friday for London. England, where
181.98 they will spend the next two months.
157.93      90.30    13.75      261.98
157.92      90.30    13.75      261.97
fe    i
..'  '-—>."--^i -.
NOTICE
157.93      90.30    13.75
3405.00    990.00    13.75    4468.75
205.80      22.65    13.75      242.20
NOTICE  is hereby given that  on
ami after August lst, 1930, lands in
201.98 |'h.1'   Railway   Belt  und   Peace   River
Block recently re-transferred to the
Province by the Dominion, come un-
! dor the administration and land Inws
8.75
23.40
of the  Province.
It is the desire of thc Government
to foster settlement in conformity
with these regulations and furnish
all available information to nssisl
this end, but no consideration will
be given persons squatting upon or
entering into occupation of such
lands without authority.
H. CATHCART,
Deputy Minister of Lands FRIDAY,  AUGUST  22nd,   1930.
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, ft C.
PAGE FIVE
1*
ASSESSED   OWNER'S   NAME
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
Ega
Jig
B
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3
i ° H
u     5*
H
li
H
HEALTH SERVICE
SAYWARD DISTRICT (Cont'd)
Johnson,    Adolph    (R.O.    Thorvold   Lot 23, Block "B", Subd. of Pt. of
Waldorf Hanson     Lot 86, Plnn 1058 (Minerals reserved to A. C. Nunns et al)  	
Subd. of Pt. of Lot OH. Plan 105S.
ofthe
Canadian Medical Association
Bruntnn, John     Lots   5   &   (i,   Block   "C"   (Minerals
reserved to A. C. Nunns et all 	
Wilson,   Thomas       Lot   13,  Block "C" 	
Brunton, John     Lots 21 & 22, Block "C" 	
Renmnn, Andrew (R.O.International Lot 2, Subd. of WVi of Lot 71, WVi
Timber Co.)       of  Lot   75,  &  Lot  70,   Plnn   2149
(31.SI ac. more or less) 	
McKenzie, Mrs. S    S'ly 33.33 chs. of Lot 130 (200 acres
more or less)  	
Crcgson, Joseph and Bnllou, Robert   Lot  672,  Cortes  Islnnd   1141  acres
more  or  less)   	
Todd, John William Estate    Lot 70S (100 acres more or lcssl
King, R. C       NEW of SE'., of Sec. Ki, Tp. 3 (In
acres)
How, R. CI.  (R.O. Frederick Ernest   SEW   of SWW   See. 34. Tp. ii  Mil
Juggins)       ncres)	
Herrewlg, Henry    Fr. SEW Sec. 0, Centra Island (153
acres more or less!	
Frouil, F. E. (R.O. Columbia Coast E'ly 7« acres of Fr. NEW Sec. 7.
Mission)          Cortez   Island
TIMBER LAND
COMOX DISTRICT
Greene, R. V   Block 2-1K (conveyance of timber to
International Timber Co.) so ncres
more or less 	
Gwllt, Thomas   (R.O,   E,  &  K. Rly.   NE'i of NE14 Sec. HO, and SE'i of
Co.       SEU See. 31, Tp. 10 (80 acres more
or less) 	
NANAIMO DISTRICT
Foulkcs. I). O    Undiv.  ',  int. in NVi of NE',  Sec.
IS, Denman Island (78 acres more
or   less)   	
Humphreys,   Mary;   Wilson,  Jennie;  Undiv. %   int. in N'= of NE',  Sec.
Wilson,  Agnes  11 is,  Denman  Island   (78  acres  more
or  lcssl   	
Foulkes, D. O.    Undiv. '4 int. in SW'i Sec. 22, Den
man Island (160 acres more or less)
Humphreys, Mary; Wilson, Jennie; Undiv. ai int. in SWW Sec. 22, Den-
Wilson,  Agnes  11    man Island  (100 acres more or less)
Questions concerning Health, addressed to the Canadian Medical
Assoclatloa, 184, College St., Toronto, will be answered personally
by correspondence.
15.35 1.40     13.75        30.50
11.110 1.15    13.75        20.66
92.1(1        8.95     13.75       114.80
5.75    13.75 75.22
15.00     13.75       178.75
48.68
4.25
13.75
01.08
99.00
9.90
13.75
123.25
45.58
5.12
13.75
64.45
29.05
2.85
13.75
46.65
29.12
1.85
13.75
44.72
13.24
1.40
111.75
28.46
1J7.50       12.70    13.75
40.59
4.02     13.76
58.36
Priest,   Elijah   	
Pacific Terminal Land Co.
RUPERT DISTRICT
Undiv. 1 3 int. in EVS of Sec. 18. Tp.
1, (198 acres more or less) 	
W'ly Pt. (112 acres more or less) of
SEW and the W. Fr'l 14 (65 acres
more or less) of NEW Sec. 20 (ex
elusive of Pt. of Sec. 13, Tp. 11.
Quatslno, (except easement to Whal-
en Pulp nnd Paper Mills Ltd.)  	
121.07       12.00     13.75       147.42
9 1.00 8.48     13.75       110.32
282.29      25.38     13.75      321.42
4.04     13.75
508.22  185.98  13.75  707.95
Dated at Cumberland, B. ('., this 8th day of August. HMO
.1. J. McCREADIE,
Provincial Collector, Comox Assessment District.
®2
ft
-NOTICE-
On and after tho lst day of August anyone
found posting bills on the Cumberland Electric
Light poles will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Ry order
CUMBERLAND   ELECTRIC    LIGHTING   CO.
Limited
■a
The   Office   Dog   Says:
I am nol Koinjr to lie nn editor,
there js far ton much grief attached
| tn the job. When an editor makes
j ;i mistake there is a hip lawsuit, and
! swearing and a biff fuss; but if a
! doctor makes one there is a funeral
I with flowers and perfect silence. If
'a doctor goes tn see another man's
] wife, he charges for the visit, but if
ithe editor goes, he pets u charge of
buckshot. Any college can make
! doctors tn order, but editors have to
■ be born.
i Dr. H. A. B. Dunning says "It has
| become move and more difficutt by
, viewing drug stores to tell whether
j they are drug stores, department
j stores or tea rooms."
OW
SUMMER
FARES
************* >
Cumberland and Union
Waterworks Co., Ltd.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL PLUMBING
AND REPAIR WORK.
Phone 7.">
A. Ii. CLINTON, Manager.
RILEY'S TRANSFER
Orders left at Henderson's Candy Store will receive
 PROMPT ATTENTION	
David Hunden, Jr.
COAL
GENERAL HAULING
of all descriptions
WOOD
NOW, while fores are
lowest, is the time to take
tint business nr pleasure trip
ti> Intern points in Canada
or the United State-.
There's a choice of routes,
with lilx*r.il stopovers, with
attractive side trips , . . and
you may travel in luxurious
comfort on either the "Con'
federation" or "Continental
Limited," both famous for
their equipment and cuisine.
Special Ft.nure Steamei to
Prince Rupert and rail east.
Tickets on sale daily.
~17oveI
CANADIAN
NATIONAL
TO EVEnYWKENE IN CANADA
For information call or write
E. W. Bickle* General Ajjent
Cumberland, B. C.
PLEASE DO NOT SPIT
We have placed the title for this
article in the form of a request
rather than of a command or a
threat. It might well be regarded
as a plea for the protection of children. It would he in the interests
of all .but it Is the children who are
particularly menaced by the carelessness, thoughlessness or ignorant
individuals  who sjxit  promiscuously.
The germs of disease live and multiply in the human body. A person
may have such germs in his body
and yet be apparently well. There
are thousands of persons with tuberculosis who do not know that they
have the disease, and these persons
are passing out myriads of germs in
their sputum.
These germs leave the body in its
secretions, and the most common
way is in the secretions of the mouth
and nose. Mouth and nose secretions
should always be thought of as containing disease germs, and should be
avoided accordingly.
There is no reason for spitting as
so many do. It is simply a bad habit
which should never be started. If
it is already a habit, then it should
be broken without delay. It as not
only disgusting to other people, but
it constitutes a very real danger to
them.
In the act of spitting, droplets are
sprayed around, and as other individuals ooine In contact with these
droplets, they are exposed to infection, and the danger that results
from the spraying around of sputum
and saliva cannot lie exaggerated lie-
cause it is so very serious.
Sputum ou the floor or on the
ground is dangerous.    Children must
and will play, and while they play,
they are constantly on the floor or
on the sidewalk or ground. As a
result their hands are sure to become
soiled. It is, of course, true that
neither children nor adults should
put their fingers into their mouths,
but it takes time to train children
not to do so.
Soiled hands are carried to the
face; fingers go in tbe mouth, and
so the sputum from the floor or
ground gets into the child's body,
and it may carry with it the germs
of  disease.
Because it is a filthy, disgusting
hallit, because it spreads disease, because it endangers the lives of children, because there is no reason for
its being done, we hnpi> that you will
treat favorably the request-
PLEASE DO NOT SPIT
Reg. Hassell had the niislortune to
lose a valuable milk cow fast week-end.
Whilst grazing it slipped over a bridge
and broke its leg.
Mr. and Mrs. Budgur have left the
Millard ranch and moved up to the
Monks place.
Town Topics
Minto
Mrs. McHale and family, from Vancouver, are visitors for a few days with
McHale's  mother, Mrs.  Miller.
Edgar  Carter   has  gone   to  Powell
River. having secured a position there.
•    *    •
Miss Calnan returned last Friday
trom Victoria, where she was spending
a part of her holidays,, and her cousin.
Miss K. Marroy. came up wilh her to
spend a few days in the valley.
William Davies met with a painlul
accident last Friday whilst piling some
old logs on his place here. He had to
go to the Cumberland hospital on Friday night and will require treatment
for a few days.
Miss Hassell is in Vancouver enjoying a well earned holiday with friends
there.
•   •   •
Mr. and Mrs. Eric King and family,
from Vancouver, are holidaying with
'Mrs.   King's   parents,   Mr.   and   Mrs,
Thomas  Pearse,  for a  time.
NEXT to MONEY
Your appearance is your greatest asset, so when in
doubt as to a (rood Haircut or Shave visit the ... .
Central Barber Shop
GAME REGULATIONS
FOR SEASON RELEASED
(Continued from page one)
18 to September 21, blue grouse will
be in season, Willow grouse will
come into season on October 15
throughout the Island district and
remain until October 81,
Quail   Season
Quail, except bob white and mountain, will come into season for a
month, from October 15 to November 15. and on llu* Island in those
portions situated to the south and
east uf Oyster Itiver, except the Oak-
Bay district,and on Salt Spring Island. From October 15 to October
.'11, quail will be iu season mi Men-
man and Saturna  Islands.
Then comes the pheasant season.
Cock birds only, on the Island, except the Oak Kay municipality and
that portion situated north nf the
Oyster Itiver and on Gabrtola, Texada, Sidney. Moresby, Mayne, Pender. G alia no and Salt Spring Islands
run from October 15 to November
15. European partridges will lie
ready for ihe hunter's gun on the
Islnnd. except in tbe Oak Bay dis-
trict, and in South and North Saanich and the Highland districts, From
November l to November 15.
Other game birds that will he iu
season are as follows: Ducks, except
wood nnd eider, Wilson snipe, cools
and geese, throughout district. October 15 to January 31, 1031; black
brant, November 15 to February 2S,
lit:!I; band-tailed pigeons. September 15 to October 15. Shooting of
ducks will commence at 5:30 a.m. on
the opening day.
The bag limit for deer is three;
for grouse, tive in one day of all
species and twenty-five for the season; pheasants, four in one day,
twenty-live for the season: partridges
six in one day, tweny-five in the season; quail, ten a day, fifty for season.
Bag limits for ducks follow: Daily,
20; total limit, 150. Geese: dally
10; total 50. Black brant: daily, 10;
total, 50. Wilson snipe: daily. 25;
total limit 150. Coots: daily 25: to-
tol limit. 150. Band-tailed pigeons:
daily, 10; tola! limit, 50.
Bob. Strachan on his way to the
bowling green passed tlio residence
of Bobby Brown, whilst thc latter
was busy in his garden.
"Been at it long?" asked Strachan.
"Yes." sighed Bobby, "ever since
half-past  three."
"Good night!" gasped the other.
"I would not think of such a thing."
"I   Wouldn't    either."   said    Bobby.
casting a glance toward the house,
it'e thought about  it."
Mr and Mrs. George Henderson motored to Victoria on Sunday
*     •     *
Mrs. A. Emery, of Victoria, is a visitor to his city, the guest of Mrs, Geo.
J   Richardson.
Miss Vlncen Aucnterlonie and Jack
Auehterlonie lefl on Sunday on a holiday to be spent in the sound cities.
a     *     a
Mr. and Mrs. Reed and family, of
Powell River, returned to their home
Ion Friday alter a visit to Mrs Reed's
I parents. Mr. and Mrs A. Frew, Allan
I Ave.
Great Bargain
Lumber Sale
EFFECTIVE AT ONCE
QUARTER MILLION FEET IN VARIOUS SIZES AND GRADES.
 • • •__
WITH THE FOLLOWING PRICES WHILE THEY LAST:
Ail No. 1 Common Grade:
100,000 feet 1 x 6" Shiplap, Dry  1515.00
50,000   "    1 x 8" or 10" Shiplap Dry,  $1S.00
20,000   "   2 x 4" to 12"—8' and longer, Dressed   $15,00
20,000   "   1*4 x 5" to 12"—fi' and lonitvr, RotiKh  $15.00
5.000   "    1 x 4"  Flooring   $15.00
5,000   "    1 x 4", Dressed   $15.00
20,000   "   2 x i", 2 x 6", 2 x 8", 2 x 10" and 12", Dressed
or sized in Random Lengths   $15.00
MISCELLANEOUS:
No 2 Common:
20,000 feet 1 x 4" to 12" and 2 x 4" to 12", Rough or Dressed
in Random Lengths     	
Culls—rOdd sizes consisting as follows:
15,000 feet 1 x I" to 12", 2 x 2" to 12", 3 x 3" to 12", I x 1"
and 6 x 6", Rough and Dressed, Random Lengths .
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SI 2.00
l> 8.00
Royston Lumber Co.
I'hnnvs:
Oflice—159, Cumberland
Night Call—184Xi Courtenay
Mr. and Mrs Cecil Fraser. ol San
Francisco, Cat. are renewing acquaintances here and are the guests of the
former's aunt. Mrs. D. McRae
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1 Courtenny was the winner in the
j Twilight league baseball Uxture on
■Sunday afternoon, the Eagles being
I the home team. The score siood 5
to 3.
* •    •
'    Mr   and Mrs. Jas. Weir, Mrs. S. L.
Robertson, Tommy and Chrissie Rob-
, ertson   and   Gertie   Davis   spent   the
week-end at the head of Lake Cumberland.
i Mr. and Mrs. w, Beveridge, Jr., and
I family and Betty Brown spent the
week-end at Oyster River.
* *    *
j Miss Josie Burghiner lefl on Saturday on a two weeks' visit to Nanaimo.
Mr and Mrs. W. McLellan. Sr.. visited their daughter. Mrs. Biggs, at
Wellington last week, motoring to thai
point. Malford Biggs, their grandson,
who has been visiting here, accompanied them to his home.
* *      a
Miss Marion Henney of Michel who
has been the guest of her biother-in-
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. Newman, ior the past two weeks, left on
Thursday morning for her home. Mrs.
Graham, ol Harrison Mills, sister ot
Mr. Newman, who has also been their
guest, left the same day.
* *     *
Mr, and Mrs. Jolly and son, ol Lake
Cumbvrland. went down to Vancouver
on S.iiurday. the former returning on
Monday. Mrs. Jolly and son will remain lor the next week.
Mr and Mrs. Hogg and family, of
Luke Cumberland, were visitors to Na-
naimo last week.
R, Kgan, of Vancouver( assistant
supervisor of the Royal Bank of Canada was a business visitor to Cumberland mday.
* *     *
Mr. and Mrs. C. McDonald, Mrs. R,
D. Brown. Andrew aud Alice Brown
motored on Wednesday to Campbellton where they were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. Crawford.
• •   •
Mr Hugh Mitchell, a well known
pioneer resident of this city who is
now employed at Mountain Park, Alberta, ts visiting here and is the guest
of his daughters, Mrs. C. Dando. Jr..
and Miss M. Mitchell.
Mrs. R. McNeil and Barbara returned Thursday from a visit to Mr. McNeil
at Britannia Mines.
Ed, Treherne, Misses Kilty and Ins
Price, motored to Nanaimo on Friday
en route tb Vancouver for a few days'
visit,
Mrs, Harry York and daughter Marguerite, ot Seattle, Wash., were recent
visitors to ihls city, guests of the former's sister. Mrs. W. McLellan, Sr.
It was a happy re-union, the sisters
nol having mel for twenty years.
Mrs B. Sweeney, of Powell River, i.s
with her children visiting her mother,
Mrs.  Gibson,  Windermere Ave.
Mrs. W. McLellan, Sr.. has received
the sad news of thc death at Mait-
luiid Hants Co.. Nova Scotia, recently.
ol her father. Caleb Brown, nt the
advanced age of 8i> years. Beside his
daughter here, a daughter. Mrs. Vork.
lol Si-atllc. and several sons and daughters in eastern Canada  survive.
.     *     .
.   Mr. and Mrs. au. Pilling and family
j arc ,.t present In Vancouver where Mr.
Pilling  Is  a   patient  ln   Shaughnessy
Military hospital.
• •    •
Miss Ella Conn is spending .. two
weeks' vacation in Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs w. Moncrieff motored
| to Nanaimo where they spent the
week-end.
Miss Ila Knowlton, of Victoria, is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. O, Henderson,
Mrs. J. Shortt and Jackie Shortt lett
on a ten day visit to Mr. J. Shortt at
. Penticton.
...
Mr and Mrs Kenmare and family
motored to Cassidy on Saturday. Mrs
Kenmare will visit there for this week.
• •    •
I* Adamson and .1. Baird, uncles,
and Robt, Adamson. brother of Jns.
Adamson wso is one of the entombed
men at Coalmont mine, where the re-
cenl explosion occurred, left Ior that
'point on Friday morning. Jas Adamson la the son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
'Rob' Adamson and grandson of Mrs.
Jus Baird, Many other relatives and
j friends are much concerned as to the
late ut the young man
Mrs. R Marshall ol Royslon road,
whose son Matt is one of the victims
'of the explosion at Coalmont. left on
i Friday morning for the scene. Thorn-
las Gibson, son of Mrs. Gibson, Windermere Ave., a pioneer resident of this
city, and J. Nesbitt, who was employed al Bevan mines when they were in
operation .md who is well known hen',
'are also among tlie victims
Mr, and Mrs. Amos Farmer left on
j Friday on their return motor trip to
their home in Seattle nfter spending
the past  two  weeks  with  the  latter's
1 mother. Mrs d, Stevenson, PAGE SIX
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 22nd,  1080,
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Extra Special
DRESSES—We have cleared out quite a large number of our
dresses, but we still have a t'aii' assortment to choose from,
don't delay. Call and secure one or two of cur smart up to
the minute dresses at only $1.95 each.
HOUSE DRESSES—Aboul 2 dozen House Dresses, assorted
sizes clearing price 95c each,
MILLINERY HATS—Have your choice of any hat in the
store, valued to $6.06 for $1.95.
PILLOW CASES—Henstitched Pillowcases. We invite comparison, and think that you cannot get better value anywhere
than out Leader at 25c each case,
Hemislilchcd   Pillowca.es-A  real good quality, made of a fine
grade of calico, and we arc offering these at 75c per pair,
■12  inches wide.
SHEETS—Heavy quality cotton, will give real wear, beautifully hemstitched made in size 72 by 00 and the price only
$2.50 per pair.
Hemstitched Hand Drawn Sheets, the last word In sheets, mnde
of on extra line quality.    Price $4.95 per pair.
\      Personal Mention     >
1       SUTHERLAND'S
EVERYBODY CAN
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forests of British Columbia from
the ravages of fire, but not every-
boby does.  Elaborate and far-
reaching measures are being employed to control the annual cut,
but the general public can do
the most to eliminate the annual
waste. BE CAREFUL WITH
FIRE AT ALL TIMES AND
EVERYWHERE.
PREVENT FOREST FIRES-YOU CAN HELP!
Mr. and Mrs. W. Jenkins and throe"
daughters left Cumberland tliis week
for Pittsburg where they will make
their future home.
Mrs. Herri, of Powell River, arriv-j
ed Sunday on a visit to her grand- j
mother, Mrs. Gibson, Windermere;
avenue.
Miss McKay, of Vancouver, who I
has been the guest of Mrs. Cameron
and Mrs. Parnham has returned to
the Terminal City.
* a      a
William C. Frizzle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Frizzle, who rescued his
companion, John Allen, from drowning at N'anaimo last week has been
recommended for the Royal Humane
Society's medal.
The Misses M. and B. Westlield returned to the city this week after
spending a vacation  in  Vancouver.
* f    *
Miss Carrie Whelan, of Vancouv-
j er, arrived on Monday to spend a
few days holiday with Mr. and Mrs.
IT,  D,  Robert son.
i Mr. and Mrs. Norman De Witt and
j children left on Sunday night for
I Hornby Island where they will spend
the next two weeks.
Miss Mae Patterson, of Powell
River, is the guest of Mass Winona
Baird.
Fred  Dawson left on  Wednesday
for Vancouver, where he will spend
j a holiday.
Rev.  T.   L.   Hipp,  vicar of Holy
j Trinity had as his guest at the week
end, his father, the Rev. T. C. Hipp.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Saunders and
Helen, accompanied by Mrs. L. Francescini left on Thursday morning by
auto for Kamloops and will be absent from Cumberland for one week.
Mr. and Mrs. McCaffrey, of Cado
min. Alberta, are visiting the latter's
sister, Mrs. Combs.
A. \V. Neill. M.P., was a business
visitor to Cumberland on Monday.
Mrs. Shearer, of this city and Miss
McKay, of Vancouver, were recent
guests of the former's daughter, Mrs.
T. Cessford, of Bevan.
Mr. and M
taken up resii
land.
s. R. Littler, Jr. have
ence at Lake Cumber-
J. Stevenson of Wilcock Bros,  is
holidaying in Vancouver.
Mrs. Evans, of Esquimau, is the
guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Brown.
Mr. John Beveridge. of Port Alberni, was the guest of his parents,
! Mr. and Mrs. W. Beveridge, Sr„ over
i the week end.
•     •    •
Misses   Nellie  Jackson   and  Jessie
Harvey returned Saturday from Nanaimo where they spent the past two
weeks.
Services will be held in the Cumberland United Church Sunday .August the 24th with the pastor in charge
at  11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Miss B. Birch, of Victoria, is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Keeler at their camp at Royston,
Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Blschlager
are spending a vacation at Royston.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE
Automobile Side  Curtains Repaired
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Also Harness Repairs
E. L. SAUNDERS
THE FAMILY SHOE REPAIRERS
TRY OUR HOME-MADE
Peanut Brittle ■
s
made fresh every week
Per OP ~ ft.
'  35c
ROYAL CONFECTIONERY
|f]    Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland
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First in the
Field Again
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IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of James G.
Lockhart, who died on August 19th,
IS22, in Shaughnessy Military Hospital, Vancouver, B.C., age   24 years.
A light is gone from our home;
A voice we loved is still;
A place is: vacant at our hearth
Which never can be filled.
Inserted by his Father and Mother
Brother and Sisters.
To mark the occasion of the fifteenth birthday of her daughter,
Barbara, Mrs. Fred Martin entertained a large number of young people
at her summer home on lhe shores
of beautiful Lake Cumberland last
Wednesday evening. When guests
had arrived from the city they found
a sumptuous supper waiting. Tables
were lovely with summer Bowers and
luden with all the delicacies of the
season, the central place being occupied by the delicious birthday cake
with its 15 candles. The lucky place
at the table wns occupied by Miss
Enis Bonora. who won a lovely prize.
Afterward, many games and contests
wore entered into with zest liy all
present, Chrissie Robertson capturing the guessing prize. A sing-song
round the huge bonfire was a jolly
feature, Miss Barbara was (he re-
ciplent of many pretty gifts and
good wishes from her young friends.
Guests were Barbara Martin, Dolyrn
Gray, Edna Watson. Margaret Ann-1
strong, Lovaine Polklnhorne, Bessie'
Brown, Enis Bonora, Myrtle McMillan, Winona Baird, Mae Patterson, j
Gertie Davis, May Beveridge, Chris-,
sic Robertson, Alice Brown, Lillian
Picketti, Margarel Westfiekl, Jean |
Quinn. |
Mrs, John Walton, a former resident i
of Cumberland, who has been holiday- ]
in." hi the district, returned to her j
home in Victoria on Monday morning, j
p.   D.   Pickard,   government   liquor t
vendor at Cumberland, lelt on Mon-I'T
day morning ior a two weeks' holiday! 5
which will be spent at Harrison Hot  j
Springs. ■ \
Mrs. Harry Devlin and young son
returned home from the local hospital on  Sunday.
Mrs. Spiers, of Vancouver, who resided in Cumberland some 23 years
ago, visited Mr. and Mrs. Kit Brown
last week, ami left for her home on
the mainland on Sunday.
miMiMimimm
FULL  STOCK OF
SCHOOL Day NEEDS
at
DRUG   STORE
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Cumberland — — — Phone 23   M|
^J^JWWSJMIMIMISIMMIsWsWBIi
Tides in the Comox District
Day
AUGUST
Mr. Walter Bateman, of Anyox.
visited relatives in Cumberland during the week.
• « t
Mrs. Eliott and daughter, Margaret, of Victoria, who have been camping al Royston Beach with Mr. Malcolm Elliott, returned to their home
on Monday.
• •    •
Mis. (llr.) W. Bruce Gordon, accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Robertson, motored to Victoria this week
where they will spend « short vacation.
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
_Time_irt._L
2:28 12.1
.".::17 12.1
4:84 12.1
0:26 (i.!i
1:11
1:66
2:12
3:31
■1:24
5:21
5.7
4.(1
3.8
3.8
3.0
2.11
Time
11:55"
10:45    0
11:34    0
6:48   12
6:52 11
7:57  11.
9:01 11.
10:10 11
11:3!)  11
13:13  11
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Time
7:27
8:08
Sills
2:22
8:09
8:55
4:42
5:31
6:26
7:4 1
H't.   |
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!  18:03
13.5
;   18:38
18.6
12:22
1.1
13:00
2.7
13:55
4.2
\  14:42
5.8
7.4
8.9
10.1
'rime
22:53
23:40
19:12
19:45
2(1:17
20:48
21:18
21:49
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8.1;
18.4;
13,2;
13.0;
12.7:
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Jim   Rennie
toria.
is  holidaying   in  Vic-
1N  MEMORIAM
DEVOY—In loving memory of
Mary, a dear wife and mother, who
died August 22nd.  1929.
"Oh, God, for the touch of a vanished hand and the sound of a voice
that is still."
Inserted by her loving husband
nnd family.
raaaHKiiSfaeEBeetaaeffl
„ MARGARET   MITCHELL jj
L. A. B. j
Teacher of Pianoforte     |{!
and Theory 4
TERM  COMMENCES
SEPTEMBER  the  8th
Tel.   180 Cumberland  jj
Dan Bannerman received a painful
injury lo n thumb in some unaccountable manner when hc was "spiked' at
second base in the Royston-Cumber-
land Athletic Twili'lh. league same at
Courtenay last Wednesday evening.
Although receiving the injury in tlie
first Innings, Dan plucklly finished the
gome. He has been u.vible to continue
his occupation and is cceivlng medical
attention.
*************** '
This Week's
Recipe
Ripe  Peach   Jam
lbs.)
smMMtQ
A fejejoodfor baby! k
« "^eTorderi" . T.mTi cd Ml
l^B Homer Arcudt:, Vancouver Bfl
ll   Please sendjrec booklet to   mm
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JI Will
In gradients: I cups (2
cnishc-tl  fruit;  1   liottle cevto*
7'A cups  (3U   lbs.) sugar.
Use only fully ripened fruit.
Peel, pit, ami crush peaches
thoroughly. Measure peaches
ami sugar into large kettle,
mix, and bring to a full rolling
boil over hottest tire. Stir constantly before and while boiling. Boil hard 1 minute. Remove from lire and stir in cer-
to. Then stir and skim liy
turns for just 5 minutes to cool
slightly, to prevent floating
fruit. ' Pour quickly. Cover hot
jam with film of hot paraffin:
when jam is cold, cover with
•it inch hot paraffin. Roll,
jrlass to spread paraffin on
sides. If peaches lack flavor or
tartness, juice of 1 lemon may
be addeil to crushed peaches
Require about!* pounds peach
es. Make about 11 eight-oz.
glasses.
Heip Wanted!
EASY WORK
BIG PROFITS
START IN BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF IN YOUR OWN HOME
TOWN AND BE INDEPENDENT. A PLEASANT AND PROFIT-
ABLE BUSINESS OE YOUR OWN AT Wllieil YOU CAN MAKE
$10.00 to $20.00 per Day
WE SHOW YOU HOW
OPPORTUNITY OK A LIFETIME
TO MAKE BIG HONEY IN YOUR FULL ill! PART TIME
For $9.00 we will start you in tlie Carpet Cleaning Business
sending you a half gallon ol' QUICK CARPET GLEANING
POWDER wliieh will clean twenty nigs or carpets at $2.50 each
to'.al $50.00 also we give yon FREE of charge a long handle and
brush making complete outfit
This eliminates Kneeling and makes work easy. Hundred, of
Carpet.-  and   Hugs lo Clean  ill  your  neighborhood also   upholstery
on Can. and Chesterfields, Etc, Etc.
QUICK CARPET CLEANER works instantaneously, cleans thoroughly and removes all spots and stains from carpets, rugs etc., and
restores it to its natural color, leaving the Nap sol't and pliable. It
is a real wonder-worker ami takes only one half hour to clean a large
size eat pet. Work being done without removing carpets or rugs
from tlie door.   Dry in one hour.
Full instructions together with many suggestions and helpful
hints sent witli order.
Guaranteed Harmless To The Finest of Fabrics.
Contains No Acids, Lye or Potash.
Every Home will welcome you, and means repeat, and new order..
FILL IN Ibe COUPON and be one of our HAPPY MONEYMAKERS
Quick Carpet Cleaning Company
MANUFACTURERS OF QUICK PRODUCTS
Klilil - Isl Street Wesl CALOARY, Alberta.
Herewith find enclosed $'.1.(111 being for one half gallon of QUICK
CARPET CLEANING POWDER also one brush and handle to be
sent FREE of charge also ful! particulars as mentioned above.
NAME 	
PROVINCE..
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STAR LIVERY STABLE
ALEX MAXWELL, Proprietor.
Autos lor Hire.   Coal anil Wood Hauling given very
prompt attention.   Furniture and Piano
Storage if desired.
Cumberland, B.C.
Still Doing
Hemstiching - -
.Mrs. Francescini having sold
nut her business on Dunsmuir
avenue is prepared lo do pivoting and hemstitching nt her
residence.
Corner of Windermere Ave. and
Third Street
Silk Kimonas, vellow and black and red and black S2.!)5
Parasols  '      •£»
Hoover Cretonne Dresses  !'•>
Silk Nighties, all sizes       1.29
Silk Pyjamas           L5fl
W. H. Anderson  -  Union Hotel
Phone 15
Cumberland
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|fj      Yes, folks, we arc able to tell you mice again that our jHj
2?      Christmas Card sample books are ready—firsl in field A
Up ' ii
Z*       again, and whal samples, wilhnul a doubt the lines! *&]
Ijji       we  have ever had.    Immediately on  receipt of  the foi
2"      sample books we pui Ihem to work and in the lirst ffi
5yj      day booked orders to tho extent of $10(1.   It does seem £
M      rather early to talk about Christmas Cards, with the Ja
X's "is
Sr      sun nearly baking the hide oil' one, bul we cannot help fn
an j)5
&      bul remind the good people ol Cumberland that our "S
sample books are ready and. no foolin' they are it! fS
See them,    Prices are just right and il is no trouble fft
in siio'.,' you. "JS
Phone 36 and sample books will be sent. JS
Cumberland
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ISSRE'S A LEG-
OP LAMB
I'M SURE-
,VVIU.
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/ANXIOUS
Hunger
cure!
NO MATTER HOW MANY
TIMES  WE CURE
our hunger the old complaint
comes back with insistent regularity. A nice leg of lamb will
please your appetite in a manner
that will cause won to thoroughly
enjoy your dinner. We arc here
to please you.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Phone  111 We  Deliver
I The Grocery Store j
j Of Quality and Economy |
§g The best  foods at rock-bottom prices is our motto, g
j§ Prompt good service and deliveries at all times. Learn fj
m lhe convenience of shopping by telephone.   Just phone |j
H 71 and your order will be delivered immediately.   You 1|
B will have nothing to worry about for it will be filled 3
M exactly as you directed, and the packages are checked |1
H and re-checked to avoid the possibility of error. j§|
Mumford's Grocery
Phone 71
m IK YOU GET IT AT MUMFORD'S, IT'S GOOD.
Preserving Peaches
Alberta Freestone Peaches are now at their best.
Place your orders now.
Full slock of Fruil Jars, Caps and Rings.
Crockery Specials
Class Water Tumblers        <i for 65c
Small Cream Jugs at 15c or      2 for 25c
M.dium Cream Jugs, each  25c
Class Butter Dishes, each   45c
Fancy English (Toverleaf Cups and Saucers. I for 7."it'
Plain Cups and Saucers .      I for 75c
Cutlery Specials
AT VERY LOW PRICES AS FQLLOWS:
Tecaspoons   3 for 25c
Dessert Spoons   2 for 25c
Dessert Forks 2 for 25c
Table Forks 2 for 25c
Tablespoons   2 for 25c
Fancy Pocket Knives at, each 35c, 65c and 95c
Matt Brown s Grocery
Phone 38
Cumberland
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