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Array Largest Circulation in the Comox District.
VOL. v., No. 45 THE ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, B.C., SATUKDAY^Mfe ^ 1915.      Subsc
ription price, $2.00 per yoar
1 \
FOR FIRST TIME
SEA IS FREE
Paris, Feb. 2.—"For the first
time in history England can say
'the sea is free,' " declared Winston Spencer Churchill. Great
Britain's First Lord of the Admiralty, in an interview with
Hughes Leroux, editor of Matin.
"In the days when you and we
fought each other," he continued
"our most important victories
never brought us secuiity comparable with that which we enjoy today. Even after Trafalgar
we knew nothing like it."
"Supposing Germany has
friendships and relationships in
South America, how can help
reach her from them now ? There
remains the United States. Public opinion there hesitated, perhaps, in bestowing its sympathies,
but at the present moment it is
fully unified. We shall arrange
to take precautions
fully compatib-1 e
with  the  rights of
belligerents and the
respect due to neutrals.
"Germany is like
a man throttled with
;it  heavy gag.    You
know  the effect of
such   a   gag,   when
action is  necessary.
The effort wears out
the heart and Germany knows it. This ^
pressure shall not be
relaxed   until   she
gives in unconditionally, for even if you
of France and if our
ally. Russia, should
decide to withdraw
from   the struggle,
which is inconceivable,    we    English
would carry on the
war   to   the   bitter
end."
DEBATING SOCIETY.
A large attendance was present
to hear the arguments for and
against the question, "Should
Bachelors be Taxed?" Miss
O'Neill and Mr. Gallagher were
the leaders in the debate and
quite a number took part. The
verdict given was "That Bachelors should not be Taxed.'
Next Monday wiil be "Selections from your favorite authors
or poets." A crowded meeting
will find great interest and instruction from the many who wili
take part.
A telegram from the Deputy
Postmaster General to the postmaster at Victoria says: The
postal authority s have made arrangements whereby the postage
tate of two cents per ounce is
applicable to letters addressed to
the British and Canadian troops
now on the continent.
Thomas Bickle left forlaly-
smith and Victoria on Friday
morning,
PATRIOTIC SOCIETY.
A parcel lias 'teen forwarded
to Vancouver this week containing 3 flannel bands, 5 flannel
shirts, 7 pairs of socks, 13 knitted
helmets. Any other work please
return as soon as finished to Mrs.
Clinton. It is hoped to be able to
send another parcel in a fortnight
The Cumberland Volunteer Fire
Biigade will hold their annual
masquerade ball on March 17th
in the Uo-llo Dance Hall.
Arthur E. Mallett, manager of
the mercantile agency foi' R. G.
Dm & Co., at Victoria, visited
this city on Wednesday and
T.mrsday in the interest of his
a ,'ency.
Albert Sullivan, the new High
Sc'.ioo! Inspector,arrived on Tuesday evening and inspected the
local high school on Wednesday.
Mrs.   J. Wearmouth and two
sons left for Victoria on Friday,
and   will) mak.* that city the r
I future home.
HOSPITAL BALL
TO BE SWELL
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Union & Comox District Hospital
will hold an informal dence in the
West Cumberlard Band Hall on
Friday evening, 12th inst The
Young Ladies Basketball Club
are assisting in the decorations,
and preparations are now well
under way to make the dance a
successful affair, and it is generally conceded that the Hospital
ladies are entertainers of tht first
order.
Thf following steamers called
at Union Bay for Comox coal
during the week: Glen Roy, Ixion,
Hurmusen and the Lucerne. The
st'amship Canada is due today
for a cargo of coal.
Custom returns at Cumberland
f jr the month of January amounted to $993.61.
An indication of
possible action by
Italy is to be found
in an official order to
Italian reservists in
England to prepare
to join the colors.
Flour went up 40c
a barrel this week.
»l-
WeSt £ate. Kiilga Lynn.
5rtetti*Hatti£hupeh,
*■*•*•>-
Thro
VIEWS IN THK TOWNS RAIDED HV Till- ZEPPELINS.
prominent buildings in thc district bombarded by the Kaisci1.* aerial baby  killers
these structures escaped damage.
So far as known
Electric power is
now used at No. Six
mine for hoisting
coal. All the local
mines have now been
equipped with electric power supplied
by the Canadian Col-
ieries hydro electric
plant.
Mr. Whitely, of
Vancouver, g ra n 1
organizer of the
L.O.L. Lodge, ami a
number of orantre-
men from various
parts of the districi
will visitCumberlan'i
on the 10th inst, for
the purpose of organizing a county lodge.
SPECIAL  NOTICE
Thanksgiving services in commemoration of the hundred
years of peace between   the   British
m p i r e and the
United States of
America will be held
in the Canadian
churches of all denominations on Sunday, Februan  11th. TWO
THK ISLANDER.   CUMBERLAND, B. G.
®ljr Matter
Published every Saturday by the Islander
Publishing Company at Cumberland,
B.C., Canada.   Telephone 3-5.
Subscription : One year in advance, $1.50; i
night, walking up the cement
sidewalk as though they paid the
road tax.
Will some of our business men
who seldom take an interest in
anything that affects the welfare
Singlecopies, 5c.   Foreign subscriptions 0f the city join the board of trade?
Don't stand on the street corner
and knock the town, saying. "Oh.
to countries in Postal Union, $2.00
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1915.
nce in a while someone with
knowledge of tlie situation
and an insight into the
| it is run by a clique! "    Join the
i board of trade and become one of
! the clique.     We have streets to
I improve, a town to beautify and
,.     , ,.     ...       , !advertise,
other tellow s job, gets a proper,
glimpse of the newspaper men.! It is reported from a semi-
Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the;official source that the Hohenzoll-
board of directors of the United era family have made heavy pur-
States Steel corporation, is a big chases of New York State bonds,
man who realizes the value of Usuedlast year, for use of the
proper relationship bet we. m men Kaiser and his relatives if they
of his position and newspaper are compelled to leave Germany,
representatives. At a banquet These bonds are for ^51.000,000
recently given in his honor by the and cover canal and highway im-
E. L. SAUNDERS
PRACTICAL BOOT AND
SHOE MAKER
Orders Receive Prompt Attention
Repairing a Specialty
West Cumberland
F.   LIGHTER
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN
SPECIALIST ON ENGLISH LEVER
AND SWISS WATCHES.
ILO-ILO   THEATRE   BLOCK
Dunsmuir Avenue.
Birmingham,    Alabama
paper Club, Gary says:
"I have been obliged tD come
in contact with the newspaper
fraternity for the last fifteen
years and from my experience I
c in say that if business men treat
newspaper men right, they are
always truthful and faithful. My
experience has been that if you
will treat the newspaper man
fairly will be frank and honest
and give him the truth and the
opportunity to publish the truth
News- proven.ents  anal   bear -11-2  per
: cent interest.
The Nanaimo board of trade on
Tuesday upon reading the letter
from the Merritt board of trade
advocating the inauguration of a
"B. (.'. Coal " campaign, decided
to appoint a committee of three
to interview the coal operators of
the district in reference to the
proposal.
FIRE   INSURANCE
For absolute protection
write a policy in the London & Lancashire Fire In-
sm'ance Co., of Liverpool.
Total Assets - s26,788,930.
W.   WILLARD,
LOCAL AGENT
Latest Millinery
Mrs. John Gillespie
West Cumberland
The Frazer Valley Record says:
It seems a pity that tlie Van-
he wiil do it honestly. If youlcouver Island mines are idle, and
are untruthful am! unfair, youi the coal miners in some cases
may expert   to take the conse- destitute, and citizens of the pro-
auences " i vince purchasing coal brought in
' i. i
The general public should give j from a foreign country.
some con-iil ration tu this state-1
ment.    ll   gives  the   newspaper:
man hi:, dee.   No other fellow is
THOS. E. BANKS
FUNERAL
DIRECTOR AND
UNDERTAKER
CUMBERLAND.B.C
Phone 67
Synopsis ot Coal Mining Regulations
COAL uiiuiuK rights of the  Dominion
in Manitoba, SHskntchewHii and Albert*,
the Yukon Territory, theN.nInvest Terri
tone* mid in a portion of the 1'ioviiice of
British Columbia, mny I e leased for a term
of twenty-one years ar sn annual rental of
$1 an acre. Not more than Ii,ijU0 acres
will be leased to one applicant.
Application for a lease must be made by
'he applicant in person to the Aaent or sub
Agent of the district iu which the rights
applied for are situated.
lu surveyed territory the land must be
described bv seotious. or lethal subdivisions
of sections, and in unBUiveyed territory
the tracr applied for shall be staked out by
theapp'ioaut himself.
Hitch application must be accompanied
by >■ f>"e of $n tt hich will be refunded if t he
ii' his iipplted forare not available, but tint
otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the
uicrcliMitablu output of lite mine at thu
rate i f live cents per ton.
The person operating ibe mine shall
furnish tbe Agent with sworn returns ac*
counting for the full quantity of m> rch-
antablecoal mined anil piy the mvalty
thereon. If the coal tniniag rights ate
not bi'iin; operated, such ret urns shall tie
furniahed at least once a year.
The U'i'.'V.ili include the coal mining
rights ouly, but the lessee may be permitted to puichase whatever available siir
face rig ts may be considered necessary
for the wi t kititf of the ntineat the rate of
i-jLII 00 in ove.
Fm full information application should
he made to  the Secre*aty of the Dip.it-
iient of ihe Intetior, Or'aw's,   or to   any
Agent or Sub Atfilit i ll.> inioion Lauds.
W.  VV. CORY,
l>, only Mie is ter of the Interior.
X It- l'",.ii hoi v.. d publication i f this
advertlkHUiBtit will not. I) > paid for.
required to know  so much an
get little ere dit for his knowledge.
No other  man ean  do so much
harm or so much good.  Accurate
fair-minded  intell'g 'nce always |
are demanded of the newspaper
We would ask the citizens of
ictoria,   Vancouver   and  New
j Westminster,   when   purchasing
coal to insist upon having Vancouver Island coal, and especially
"Comox" coal.   It's the best on i
! the market today.
Ajii'lll ful' llie
NANAIMO
MARBLE & GRANITE   i
WORKS
Alex llt-iulu -mil, I'lnpiletm'
Iv.liiu.iU'- tvnil llosi'tlis fui'lllsllfil
mi   \|l]llU'lUlllll
MARQCCHT PROS
Grocers arid Bakers
Agents for PlUSUXHH  l.r.Ki:
('rMi'iiiin.AND    Court.!
iie nu
mb
iers oi ttie
Cumber-
worker, liis labours are con-1land Board of Trade will not be
structive. The popular demand satisfied until "Comox Coal" be-
is that they be sn, iconics an household coal  1,rough-
No community  can  attain the,out the province,
great* st success unless it has and f    .^y. wil* ,)e (,ujte a number ()f
supports good newspapers,   --ts     ,„tt, „„ (!
newspaper is its criterion of pro-1 c«
gress or sluggishness.
(empty seats on the Conservative
.     .side of the  Federal  House  this]
Ihe ini"j session, left vacant by members
portance of  the newspaper too who have gone to the front with
often   is overtook*,  as   is the the Canadian ai.my<
importance  oi   the    newspaper
man.    Both deserve fair-minded,     A farewell dance was held in
open treatment, the very things the U.M.W. of A. Hall on Thurs-
which are demanded of them and t day.    Working men would have
which they give. ; done well to have said "good-bye"
to   that   organization   over two
We understand that one of the years ago.
aldermen will ask have to introduce a pound by-law at the next
session of the city council.   This
should certainly be made eff( ctive
before the spring gardening com
mences.     At  present cows and.
horses   are   seen   roaming   the     The public debt is going up, but
streets at all hours of the day and the Kaiser is coming down.        J
New bread regulations in Ger-,
many have caused so much unrest
that   12,000  special    constables'
i have been appointed to guard the
bakeries in Berlin.
An Important Question
■ i I  n ll i IWWW
for you is,—What is the best beer to drink?
There is but one answer to this,—U. B. C. beer.
It is a wholesome and refreshing beverage of
B.C. manufacture, made from the high ingredients of Western Canadian bailey and the noted
British Columbia hops, especially grown for our
purposes. ■ Brewed especially for hotel and
family trade by the
Union Brewing Sl Malting Co.,
Nanaimo, B.C. THU   1SLANDHK. CUMBERLAND, K. U.
THREE
/ i
I
a!h
BOARD OF TRADE
GETS BUSY
The Cumberland Board of
Trade held their regular meeting
in the Council Chambers on Monday evening, Vice-president W.
T. White occupied the chair.
The secretary read a communication from the Merritt Board of
Trade requesting the assistance
of the Cumberland board in endeavoring to secure the British
Columbia market for B.C. coal,
and suggesting that a delegate
be sent from every board of trade
in the province to interview the
Government with that object in
view. This was disposed of by
selecting Mr. Thos. E. Pate to
represent the Cumberland board,
and the secretary was instructed
to notify the Merritt board by
wire to that effect.
The secretary read the decision
of the Dominion Railway Commission with reference to the
interchange of tracks at Royston
between the Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Company and the
Wellington Colliery Railway Co.,
which ordered that the E. & N.
pay two-thirds of the cost, pro-
viding the Canadian Collieries
paid one-third,
Several of the members spoke
upon the matter, when it was decided to write the Hon. Thomas
Taylor, Minister of Railways for
this province, and ascertain the
attitude of the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd., towards
paying their portion of the cost,
or what steps would be taken to
secure the interchange of track.
A copy of the letter on the
Washington coal question, sent to
Vancouver, Victoria, and New
Westminster boards of trade, by
the Cumberland board, was read.
The matter of raising the tariff
on foreign coal was fully discussed. It was stated that the
Government was paying out large
sums of money for the relief of
the unemployed while our markets were being flooded with foreign coal. As a consequence, the
mines here are idle, and men are
wandering the streets who would
otherwise be engaged in some
branch of the coal industry. It
was said that surely the Government could adopt some measure
that would relieve the situation.
Even taking into consideration
that the Washington coal was
cheaper, it was inferior in quality,
lt was evidently the desire of the
Board to leave no stone unturned
until the Washington product was
banished from the British Columbia market.
Some of the members of the
Board had evidently been accused
by the business men of sending
out of town for goods that could
Stoves &
Furniture, Crockery, Enamel ware
Paints, Oils, Edison iV Columbia
(Jraphopliones
Novelties, Toys, Etc.
T. E. BATE
Magnet Cash Store
P. O. Box 279 Phone 31     '.' I?
j'r^'ip.-,.! Y/
| be purchased in this city. The
'explanations given proved con-
i clusively   that   the   accusations
were false.
T. E. Bate will wait for a tele*
I gram from the Men it: Board of
Trade who will decide upon a date
l to interview the Government,
i before leaving for Victoria.
unamNBLM —o—wi m—yawaw
LAYR1TZ   NURSERIES,
VICTORIA, B.C.
Headquarters for Choice Nursery Stock all home grown.
Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Small Fruits, Roses, etc.,
and in fact all hardy trees and plants for the Garden.
Largest and best assorted stock in the country. Price list
on application.
[established 24 years.]
DUNSMUIR AVENUH
CUMBERLAND, «, C.
Phone 14
IS^»lSia^*-S,ni33£^^^^XP&':*
A. McKlNNON
THE FURNITURE  STORE
jtefiaaagaagBfl
L UNION
OP POSIT E   UM LW A Y  STATION
First Class in every respect. Perfect Cuisine
Headquarters for Tourists and Sportsmen
Wines Liquors and Cigars
John N. McLeod, Proprietor
/B««K!i5»i»■•^S''i^"■^^■*^W^8iii|,
rmjit-eso H'SBP-asss:
m  »»>.»■» r» ■»»■»■» O » »   » ♦ ■» m  » ■» ■»   » ■» ■»
New England Hotel
EXCELLENT  ACCOMMODATION
RAT ES      REA SON A BLE
EVERYTHING     MODERN
* JOSEPH   WALKER,    Proprietor.
Luiismuir Avenue
' Cumberland
B.C,
"AN EVENING IN JAPAN."
A very enjoyable evening is
looked forward t > next Monday
(Feb. 8th) in the Methodist
Church beginning at 8 o'clock
sharp. The program is in the
hands of the Missionary Committee of the Epworth League.
The chief feature will be an
illustrated lecture on "The scenery, customs and life of Japan."
i by the Rev. Wm.   Elliott,  who
| spent fifteen years in that country.   The slides are beautifully
colored.      Besides    the    lecture
there will be a few selections of
special music and  recitations in
keeping with the subject.
Collection at the close.
The British Columbia Gazette
of the 4th inst. contains the
following appointments : Aid. D.
R. Macdonald and Thomas 1),
McLean to be members of the
Board of Licence Commissioners
for the City of Cumberland; Aid.
K. E. Crompton, M.B.. and H. P.
Millard, M.B.. to be members of
Board of Licence Commissioners
for the City of Courtenay; Aid.
John W Cooke and Neil McFad-
yen to be members of the Board of
Commissioners of Police for the
City of Cumberland; Aid. Wm.
H. Kirkwood and Harry Idiens
to be members of the Board of
Commissioners of Police for the
City of Courtenay.
Died, at Happy Valley on Saturday, January 30th, Mrs. Bridget
M. Delaney, aged (55 vears. The
funeral took place on Monday
afternoon at 2.30 from the residence of her daughter Mrs. A.
Cray.
It is reported that the Comox
Logging Railway Camps wili reopen in the near future.
WANTED   Position as house-
ikeeper or general servant; do not
expect high salary.    Apply Mrs.
M.   Turner,  337 Quebec Street,
Victoria, B.C.
Wiifflirti
Practical Carriage and Wagon
Builders.
General   Blacksmiths.      Horse.
Shoeing   a   specialty.    Auto
Wheels Rebuilt, or
Repaired.
Any kind of Body built to order,
All Wei k Guaranteed.
I
Ki'erste'ad & Button
P.O. Bex'410   Cum lerknd, B.C. FOUR
THE ISLANDER.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.
TOWN     TOPICS
The local mines were idle yesterday.
Louisa Bickle was a passenger
by Friday's train for Victoria.
Mayor Parnham was on the
sick list but is now recovering.
General Supt.  Lockard  is re
ported to have left Victoria  for
San Francisco.
Supt. G. W. Clinton entertained
a number of Masonic Grand Lodge
visitors during the week end.
Mr. Christie, of the Canadian
Collieries Victoria office, left for
that city Monday.
Mayor Kilpatrick and Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Calhoun, of Courtenay,
visited this city this week.
Frank Sawford,Superintendent
at Union Bay. and Dr. Thurm,
assayer, visited this city Thursday.
FOR SALE- Household goods,
furniture, ctoves, carpets, etc.
Call on T. A. Macfarlane, corner
Dunsmuir Ave. and Fourth St.
FOR SALE, During breeding
season, broody hens, $1.50 each.
Burton & Randall, Cumberland
Road, Royston.
Henry Devlin, Inspector of
Mines, arrived on Sunday on his
regular monthly tour of inspection
of the local mines.
Provincial Constable Mills, who
is in charge of this district, left
for Nanaimo on Monday and returned Tuesday.
"The Million Dollar Mystery"
and "Zudora" continue to draw
crowded houses at the Bo Ilo
Theatre on Tuesdays and Satur-
days.
A special meeting of the Cumberland Fire Brigade will be held
in the Fire Hail on Thursday
evening to appoint committees
and make arrangements foi' the
coming masquerade ball,
All parties indebted to the
estate of Macfarlane Bros.. Ltd.,
are requested to pay tlie same to
T.A.Macfarlane. at iii-; residence
at the corner of Dunsmuir Ave.
and Fourth Street.
W. H. Fleming, chairman of
the Executive, and J. R. Lockard,
General Superintendent, oi' the
(lan.ndian Collieries I Dunsmuir)
Ltd.. arrived in ihis city on Saturday last, and left again Monday
morning for Victoria.
Mrs, A. R. Kiersteadwas taken'
to the Union & Comox District'
Hospital mi Tuesday, ami wiil
undergo an operation on Sunday.!
Dr. R. E. McKechnie, of~Van-|
couver, is expectea here to assist:
the local doctors.
Annual
Stock-Taking
Sale
Commencing Saturday, Feb. 20th.
For
One Week
Only.
See Bills   Terms Cash.   See Bills
Good Goods at Greatly Reduced
Prices.
Do Not Miss The Opportunity
LIMITED
"The Big Store"
Phone 38
z\
CAPITAL, $15,000,000
REST, $13,500,000
MONEY ORDERS
Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, are a safe, convenient
aud inexpensive method of remitting small sums of money. These
Orders, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in
the Yukon Territory) and in tlie priucipal cities of the United States,
are issued at the following rates :
$5 and under        ...        3 cents
Over  5 and not exceeding $10      .        6    "
"    10      " " 30      .      10    "
"    30      " " 50      .      15    "
REMITTANCES ABROAD
should be made by means of our SPECIAL, FOREIGN DRAFTS and MONEY
ORDERS.   Issued without delay at reasonable rates. S28
CUMBERLAND BRANCH.      W.T.   WHITE, Manager.
CHURCH NOTICE.
Holy Trinity Church (Anglican)
Services for Sunday next, Sexa-
gesima, 8-30 a.m. Holy Communion; 11 a.m. Matins; 7 p.m. Evensong. A Service of Intercession,
on behalf of those engaged in the
war. on Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Arthur Bischlage-, Vicar.
WHEN IN DOUBT
PLAY TRUMPS
Have Goard tune your piano.
Factory experience. Recommends
from the leading musicians from
the Atlantic to the Pacific. Copies
of same furnished on request.
W. J. Goard will be in this city
about April 1st. Leave orders at
Islander Office, or write direct to
845, 8th Ave. West, Vancouver,
B.C.
5,000 FACTS ABOUT CANADA.
"Know Canada! n.ake Canada known!"
is a striking sentence in the War Year
edition for 1915 of that popular booklet
"5,000 Facts About Canada," compiled by
Frank Yeigh, of Toronto, who knows
Canada as probably few Canadians do. It
is true that he who would know Canada
and its wonderful growth in any one year,
will find this annual publication "worth
its weight in Yukon gold or Cobalt silver"
while as a means of making the Dominion
known in other countries, it is no less
valuable. Fifty chapters are devoted to
subjects as Agriculture, Area, Banking,
Census, Immigration, Mining, Manufacturing, Trade, etc., and a page of Canadian
War Facts show how up-to-date it is.
Sketch Maps are included of the Dominion in 1867 and 1915. Copies may be had
from progressive newsdealers, or by sending 25c. to the Canadian Facts Publishing
Co-, 588 Huron Street, Toronto, Canada.
CUMBERLAND   HOTEL
DUNSMUIR   AVENUE
First Class Hotel at Moderate Rates
WILLIAM   MERRIFIELD, Proprietor.
HAYASB1 Sf II
Is now open for
business in the
Willard Block
DunsnuiirAve.
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
TAKEN
DAY OR
N IG H T
First Class Work Guarantee,-
at L.OW Prices.
Enlarging a
Specialty
Films Developed for Amateurs
$). jpiullijis Harrison
Bnvrister, Solicitor
st Notary Piitilit:

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