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With which is Consolidated The Cumberland News.
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TWENTY-EIGHT YEAR—No. 8.
CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY I, 19111.
Subscription 1'ricc. $2.00 per year
PRBSIDEN TIsBAYINQ THE FRENCH ACADEMY, PARIS
Jn % Jin Jlht illiratiT on 8>mtfiui| Eiirititut, Jfrbrtutfji
2tiii, rmnmniriiui al 11.13 jsm.
MAYOR MacDONALD IN THIS CHAIR
■JPrnoruiimtr
President Wilson, preceded by .\lrs.
Academy in Paris Immediately lii'ter
JolTre as ah "Immortal."
Wilson,  leaving  the  French
the   (installation   of   Marshal
LOCAL   AND   GENERAL   NEWS
H. S. Clements, M.P., Is due to arrive from tlie North today and will
meet the various executives at Courtenay this evening.
MASUERADE DANCE
On February 14th the Pythian Sisters' will give a Masquerade Dance in
the Ilo Ilo Dance Hall.
Sergeant II. Ponder, formerly of
Cumberland, who has been overseas
for the past four years and returned
on the Empress of Asia, arrived in
Cumberland by Thursday's train.
Commencing on February 1st* all
freight shipped from the Wellington
Colliery freight sheds in this city, and
destined to points on the C.P.R., either
by rail or steamer, must be prepaid,
otherwise it will not go forward.
George Tarbell. of. C. II. Tarbell &
Son, left for Vancouver on Friday.
Miss Hazel Whyte, stenographer of
the Public Works Department, Courtenay, left by Friday's train on a vacation lo friends in Ladysmith,
The annual meeting of the Cumberland, Bevan and Union Bay Patriotic
Fund will be held in the Council
Chambers ou Tuesday evening. Feb.
eth, at 7 p.m.'D. R. MacDonald, Chairman.
GOD SAVE THE KING Orchestra
1. March  "League of Nations" Wagner
Orchestra
2. Cornet Solo _ "Addah" Mr. H. Murdoch
3. Solo   Selected  Mr. S. Jones
Accompanist, Mra, Oliver
4. Overture  "Raymond"  Thomas
Orchestra
5. 'Waltz  "Till We Meet Again"  Whiting
Orchestra
6. Solo  Selected  Mrs. Wr Gordon
Accompanist, Mrs. Oliver
7. Overture  "Poet and Peasant"  Suppe
Orchestra (By Request)
8. Clarinet Solo  Selected  Mr. H. Lakln
9. Violin Quartette  Orchestra
10. March "I Ain't Got Weary Yet" Black
Orchestra
These Musical Eutertaiucnts will only be given every alternate
Sunday, and will be advertised accordingly. Net Proceeds after
expenses are paid will be donated to our local hospital.
P. MONTE, Musical Director.
FIELD MARSHAL SIR DOUGLAS IIAK1
Photo shows Field Marshal Haig on his return tc
was received with a great ovatii n, proceeding t
Station lo Buckingham Palace,
La.
London, where he
nn Charing Cross
ANNUAL HOSPITAL MEETING
BEVAN READING ROOM
WANTED.—Young woman for upstairs work and assist in dining
room.   Room and board and $25.00
• per month. Apply Beaufort Hotel,
Port Alberni, B.C.
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH—Sunday
February 2nd: Holy Communion at
8.30 a.m.   Evening service at 7 p.m.
On February 28th a .Masquerade
Dance under the auspices of the Bevan Heading Room.
Lieut. Wheeler, Inspector of Coal
for the United States Government, accompanied by Mrs. Wheeler, left for
Seattle on Monday.
Tlie annual meeting of the Ladies*
Auxiliary of the Cumberland General
Hospital will be held lu the Council
Chambers on Thursday evening, Feb.
6th. It ls important that every member should make It convenient to be
present and take an interest in the
work of the Hospital, which needs all
the assistance possible in the alterations and improvements already under
way.
R. L. Rideout left for Victoria by
auto on Monday and returned on
Thursday.
Dance tonight in the Ho Ilo Dance
Hall. Four-piece orchestra. Usual
prices: Gents, 50c.; ladles, Amusement
Tax.
Harold Woods returned to Vancouver on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swan, of Denman Island, arc visiting friends in
this city.
A. W. Brownie,, of Vancouver, arrived on Tuesday and returned ou Friday.
Tlie mail service per steamer Cowichan to Nanaimo nnd Union Bay,
leaving Vancouver on Saturdays, will
be discontinued on and from the 8th
proximo, ns ulso the Sunday service
from Union Bay to Comox per steamer
Charmer.
NOTICE.—A number of Cumberland
Waterworks Shares for sale. Apply
Box 102, Cumberland, B.C.
WANTED House cleaning, washing
clothes, window's, and all kinds of
paint work, and liouso work in geu-
eal. Per hour, 40c; one dny of 8
hours, for $3.00. Apply to Lou Gel,
phone 74, Cumberland, B.C.
W. A. Owen, construction engineer
of the Canadian Collieries, returned
from an official visit to Vancouver on
Monday.
Charles Graham, District Superintendent of the Canadian Collieries,
left for Nanaimo on Wednesday and
returned on Thursday,
Two months ago the Board of Directors pf the Cumberland General Hos
pital at a special meeting decided to
remodel and Improve the interior cf
tiie Hospital and to build a new laundry involving an expenditure of $3000.
The Board decided to seek assistance
from the Provincial Government, and
appointed Charles Graham and Dr. G.
K. MacNaughton as a deputation to
Interview the Provincial authorities.
The deputation proceeded to Victoria,
accompanied by Hugh Stewart, M.P.P.
and Informed the Hon. J. D. McLean,
Provincial Secretary, that the residents of Cumberland had contributed,
with the assistance ot the Canadian
Collieries, during the year 1918 the
sum of $5,000 towards the purchase of
an ex-Ray machine of tho latest typo,
and other Improvements, and also presented plans of the proposed Improvements to make room for the huge ex-
Ray machine and new laundry.
Dr. Mol.cin( gave the deputation a
favorablo bearing and promised to
assist Cumberland as far as possible
—evidently willing to help those who
wore willing to help themselves.
Thc deputation put up a strong argument, with the able assistance of
our representative, Mr. Stewart, and
left the matter in the hands of fhe
Hon. the Provincial Secretary.
Wo are pleased tn be able to Inform
the citizens  that  thc  efforts  of the
deputation  were  crowned  with  success.    Charles Graham, President of
tho Board of Directors of Cumberland
General Hospital, received a communication from the Provincial Secretary
on Thursday Informing hlm that the
Government had decided to assist the
Hospital to thc extent of $1500 in aid
tin proposed Improvement and that
nlluble al onco.
il   city and vlcln-
> ii.! action on the
1 i Inclal authorities ln
.: aiicinl  assistance to
:.. pltal with modern appliances,   A coal mining centre such
as   Cumberland   needs  nu up-to-date
Hospta) with all the  latest methods.
Tho employees, management   of   the
*::i!'.   Collieries   and   citizens   lu
jo '..al realize this and donate liberal;.'' towards the upkeep of the Hospital.
Mr, and .Mrs. Robert Rushford and
family left for England on Wednesday.
Mr, Rushford had resigned his position ni provincial constable.
B, II. Jones arrived from Ladysmith
. on Sunday.
Bevan Reading Room has inaugurated a rcies of. addresses on various
topics which is delivered every Sunday evening. On January 19th William Simpson, a returned soldier and
now an employee of the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Ltd., residing at
Bevan, gave au interesting and Instructive address on his experiences
iu the great war zone, commencing
from the time he left Canada until his
return, Including his military training
in England, the battles in which he
took part, wounds received, aud spoke
very highly of the treatment received
from the Red Cross, while the wounded sojourned In France, Scotland and
England. It was a very Interesting
and able address from start to finish.
On Sunday, January 26th, John G.
Quinn, manager of No. 7 mine, situated at Bevan, gave an address on the
benefits derived from a reading room
and his travels. Mr. Quinn takes un
active part in the building up of the
Bevan Reading Room.
After tho address the members of
Iho Bevan Reading Room held a general meeting to discusH ways and
means of branching out on a larger
scale. Committees were appointed to
miake arrangements for larger quarters with pool tables, a gynasluiu.
shower baths, and otber modern conveniences. The meeting also decided
to hold a masquerade bull In the Ilo
Ilo Hall on Friday, February 28th, In
an attempt to raise funds and to curry
Into effect the proposed linproveinen!'.,
Charles Graham, District Superintendent of the Canadian Collieries (Hum;
mull), Ltd. bus kindly consented I'
address the members of the Reading
Room on a date nol yet mentioned,
Mr. Kolem, of Ihe Simon Leiser t.
Co., Ltd., store al Bevan, has nlso promised to take charge of another evening and arrangements arc being made
for literary debates. The executive
committee in charge have made appll-
cation to tho provincial government
for n branch of thc travelling library.
One especial feature of the meetings
Is that tho ladles are invited and mado
welcome,
OIIlcoi-3 elected for the vear 11119 are
as follows:
John fl. Quinn. Hon. President.
Gordon J.'McLeod, President.
William Weir, Secretary-Treasurer,
Preston Bruce, Librarian,
Executive Committee: It. T. Brown,
Dante' Hannerman, J. L. Brown. Knni-
ue lltohertson,  D,  Y. ('hainboi'H, Edward Walker, and George McLean.
RED CROSS SOCIETY.
January Collections
Bevan    $10.55
Derwent and Allen  13.50
Penrith Ave  15.05
Maryport Ave  13.00
Windermere Ave    5.75
Camp   20.80
Dunsmuir Ave  26.40
Chinatown and Japtown, No. 1.... 20.70
Japtown No. 5    4.96
Mr. T. Graham .'.    5.00
Raffle for centre piece and cushion cover   20.75
Membership foos,*$2.00 each from'
Mrs. Munro, Mrs. Comley, Mrs.
Owen, Mrs. Wesley Wdllard...   S.nn
Mrs. Frame (Associate)    1,00
Total   $184.05
Ilnluni'c Sheet for Jiiniiury:
RECEIPTS
Jan. 1st., Balance on hand $   1,98
Collection and dues for Jun  186.06
Total  $180.03
EXPENDITURES
Freight on parcel 35
Balance forward       5.68
Total  $186.03
A parcel has been forwarded to Victoria this week containing : 80 pairs
of socks, 24 pyjamas., 24 day shirts,
8 women's drawers.  "
AMY B. CLINTON, See.
Till: CITY COUNCIL
The City Council held n special
meeting in the Council Chambers on
Mouday evening to .consider tho
.Money Bylaw. Introduced by Aid. ('.
Parnham, Chairman of tbe Finance
Committee, Tlie object of the bylaw
i;; o secure a loan of $2500 from Ihe
Royal Hank of Canada to meet unpaid
cheques and current expenses.
The Money Bylaw received its tlrst
second and (bird reading, and will be
finally adopted at the next regular
meeting of the council on Tuesday
next.
HIM: EXAMINER? APPOLNTEB
j   _	
The Board of Examiners for fhe
Comox mines of the Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Lid., under rhe Coal
.Mines Regulations Ait for llie year
1010 aro ns followsr
Appointed by the owners: Robert
Adamson; alternates, William Walker
and Charles Parnham.
Appointed by the Lieutenant-Gov-
ei'uor-in-C'ouiieil: .lohn 11. Biggs.
Elected by the millers: Daniel Stewart; alternates, Richard Coe, Jr.. and
Robert Brown.
All persons Interested may obtain
full Information by applying to the
secretary of the Board. John (i. liiggs,
Cumberland, B.C.
You will see by Mr. May's adv. in
another column that be is prepared
lo execute all orders for violin work,
repairing of all descriptions, bows rc-
liaired with the best hair procurable.
Work guaranteed and at moderate
prices.
On March 17th ihe Cumberland volunteer Fire Brigade will give a Ma i-
queradc Ball tile proceed!; of which
will go towards assisting the boys lu
the purchase of a new fire ftgbtlug
motor truck.
A very pleasant evening was
at   Un'   home   of   .Mrs.   Win.   Ml
Bevan,  on   Wednesday,  in   bom
Mi.'.:: Grace Tyson's clcveuth hlrt
Among the llllle guests were: M.
nay. c, Buchanan, K. and ,\*. I.i
son. 10. Burns, ;?. Hrown. M. Wa'
Bruce, I nnd M. Herd, and V. Mr
A nice ni1'] er was Berved to Hi" y
folio;, and thou llie evt ning ■■ -
in playing games,    ">Ii.-■- Grade
Hie re; Iplonl of many  nie,'  IJttla
in honor of ihe oci ision.
spent
•Neil,
ir uf
Inlay.
Il.'in-
borl-
l. A.
Nell.
ollllg
-P'.'llt
was
gifts
PRESIDENT WILSON REVIEWS AMERICAN TROOPS CHRSTMAS  DAY
WANTED—A position by a Japanese
lady as cook and general housework
First clasB reference!!. Apply I.
Kamlmra. phone 21.
Thomas Graham, General Superintendent of tlie Canadian Collieries
(lluniiiuulr), Ltd., left for Nanaimo
and Ladysmith on Monday and returned on Thursday.
photo shows President WIIbou nl the review on Christmas Hay In
France, chatting with Major-General Alexander, \mong those in the
foreground are Ambassador Jus.-.erand, .Wis. Wilson ami General
Persli .g. TWO
?HE~ ISLANDER,  CUttlflRLANt), 6. &
Published every Saturday at Cumberland, B.C.
SVfURDAY,  FEBRUARY   1st, 1919
HAYINGS OF THE SOAP BOX ORATOR
"I have my suggestion to make to
you here tonight: lot us Issue to the
Goverftnent our own spiritual orders-
tn-councll, to wli, an immedlnte abandonment of petition und ibe Immediate call to all workers to :s Domlnlon-
wfde industrial strike.
"And us soon as you have consummated this oi'iler-ln-eouncll make yot
another, to wit, thut anyone who dares
io llti hia voice or to trail bis pen lu
opposition io the revolution In itusslu
or agiilnsi revolution In any country
hall be branded ns a traitor. And I
have slill another, a third spiritual
oiilci-in council for your consideration. Let us put anyone who has
ia11,11 In love with the principles of a
league of nations or wlih Henderson
nml iii:; crowd oi* cowardly linll'-aiul-
lialier;; inlo a groat world revolutionary asylum.
"l.'nn'l lcl us be bothered Willi Ibis
or lhal petty little scrap; let us act
wisely, sanely; lcl us consider the
bigger phase of the, question. Thoso
who know anything know that Watson
went to prison because there was a
revolution In Russia and another was
feared in Canada. Let us issue an
order-in-couneil- to the Government
to lake its bauds off Russia or be con-
demne 1 by posterity. Tbe war ls not
ovei; a national war is over, yos, but
tbe great international war, tlie war
of the classes, is not over. Long live
Ibe class war." (Great cheers.)—
Charles Carnie, at Broadway Hall,
Toronto, Sunday, Jan. 12th, 1919,
Statements such as those above are
not at all unusual at public gatherings
these days. They mean much or they
menu nothing. In the minds of such
fellows as this man Carnie, there is
a deep conspiracy among newspapers
and other journals to hide the truth
as respects the Russian revolution.
To their minds all is going along finely, and Trotsky and Lenine are the
heroes of the hour. There is no uso
of my trying to tell these peoplo anything different, when they decline tn
take tlie word of those who have actually witnessed these atrocities, and
have lived to escape from Russia to
toll their own stories. That latterly
there has been very little dependable
detailed information coming forward
is quite true. Russia is, to all intents
and purposes, cut off from the outside
world, and the very fact that she is
isolated to such an extent that correspondents of, say tho Associated Press,
our greatest news-gathering organization, are unable to get in or dare
not remain there .is of itself sufficient
to satisfy any reasonable being that
Western Russia is in a complete state
of anarchy. Under these circumstances, would II not be a good move for
our Government to invite a party of
representative labor men, with a
Charnle or two included for good
measure, to make the trip to Russia
at tho Government's expense for the
purpose of seeing for themselves what
i; going on. Perhaps when thoy return, ir tliey ever do return, and make
their report, they will not be so nnx-
imis for the various Governments to
"keep their bands off Russia."—Toronto Saturday Niglit.
seas dominions, thus disposing of one
of the meanest, most dastardly lies of
tbe whole Satanic German propaganda.
Why do wc repeat this? Because
England's contribution Is either denied or derided; because the fact that
ber ships have coaled, fed and munitioned Italians and French—to say
nothing of Americans—is neglected;
because the fact that she rose from
nothing at all to be a full military
partner of France is mentioned by no
one. **
British bottoms convoyed by British
warships took the Americans overseas. If you think thai Is an excessive
boast we will, by agreement witli
Secretary Baker, take off la'*;. That
is our personal - Intimate phase. It
does  not stand alone, however.    .
Whore have not the British fought'.'
The Suez was in danger. It was the
Uritish that protected It. There were
German naval stations ln the Pacific.
The British mopped Ihem up. Russia
asked help by way of llie Dardanelles.
The "Brll ish tried to give lt. Intervention was needed on the Tigris.
The British ships wero ln tho Adriatic Tho British Colonial troops
freed Africa from the Germans.' Tho
British today are moving ssoutb from
Archangel and are at Vladivostok.
It Is a true story. Kngland has prolonged the war, shows no disposition
in the slightest to curtail it; could,
quite easily, modify the terms and
soften the way.   Won't.
It's the British way, the bulldog
British way. Not intelligent, someone
suggests, and we are not disposed to
defend it as such. Narrow, rather
groovy, angular, morose. Well and
good. But where it bites it holds,
never fear. That is why Russia, waking up, finds the Briton at her elbow.
That is why Portugal—recalling that
sho has leaned on Britain since long
before the days of Napoleon—throws
In her lot with the British confidently:
War with all the world—
Peace with Britain.
The British are the poorest advertisers in the world. None will ever
know the sura of their performance.
But tliey deliver tlie goods. Eighty
thousand they sent to France, and
they bave multiplied it an hundredfold. And the British, if we may be
permitted to suggest anything as revolutionary .are a great part—possibly adomlnant part—of the Americans. They have contributed to our
make-up, language and literature;
laws and customs; faith and freedom.
We are Inconceivable, unrealizable,
impossible without them. Is not that
plain truth?
CZECHO-SLOVAK   WAR   MINISTER
BRITISH   BULLDOG   NEVER   LETS
GO
(Herald, Louisville, Kentucky.)
If tho Kaiser possessed prescience,
or had rend history, he must have
shivered as tradition has It that we
do if Bomeone steps on our grave- -
when he knew for certain that his
spies had lied, and Hint the stubborn,
stlek-to-lt, bulldog British had decided
to live or die with the French. The
BrltUh have had a bad record for an
ambitious despot to face. Thoy
brought Phillip of Spain to bis !\'ecs;
they i nrbeil the power of Louis the
Great of France; ihey grappled with
Hie mighty Napoleon and never let
him go. That la Ibe gist of the matter.
Tliey never let go. Great Britain ami
her dominions have sent over eight
ami a halt millions of men into the
struggle, When we have sent 15,000,-
000 we will have done as well. And
not before, wc may add.
Thousands of American lads will
come lo us alive ami whole because
thousands of our blood-brothers from
the British Isles have been killed and
mutilated and have taught us how
to escape Britain made hor army
v.bile France and her own navy held
Uie gap.
Thai i;: a fact America—broadly
i peaking is reluctant to admit. But
i' is ao. What Runnymede did was
done for us.
For all this tbey paid. Thero -si
hardly a home iu Great Britain which
does not have Its unvlslled grave In
France or Belgium—not a strool on
which Hie permanently maimed do not
.limp to uiineciistoincd tasks. And the
'. gures show that tho porcetage of
casualties from the Mother Country
i xcecda Hie percentage from llie over-
First photo to arrive In this country
of the new minister of war to tbe
Czecho-Slovnk Republic.
I iiiiiberliinil ii I'nlon Waterworks Co.
NOTICE.- Whereas certain mlSflhlOVl-
ously inclined persons hnvo tampered with the valves on tho mains
of this Company, Ihcroby allowing
a considerable amount of water to
run waste, we therefore wish to
point out that it ls a serious offence
to tamper with such valve?, and
should the offending parties be
apprehended they will bo prosecuted to thc very fullest extent of
tho law.
NOTICE
In tho County Court of Nanaimo holden nt Cumberland, B.C.
Tuke Notice that by an order of
Ills Honor Judge Barkker made the
16th day of January, 1919, I wub appointed administrator of the estate of
Noosuke Mlyomoto, deceased, and all
parlies having claims against the said
estate are required to furnish same,
properly verified, on or before the 15th
day of March, A.D. 1919, and all
parlies Indebted to the said estate are
required to pay tlie amount of their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
WESLEY WILLARD
Ollicial Administrator,
Cumberland, B.C.
SPECIAL SAL
For THREE DAYS only, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
The Balance of our Stock of
Ladies' and Misses'  Tweed
and Velour Coats.
Ladies' Navy Serge  and Tweed   Suits.
SEE WINDOWS FOR SALE PRICES
Early Spring Goods Shown this Week: Cotton Crepes
in Plain and Striped Prints, Ginghams and Voiles.
License No. 8-19224
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Without Music You Cannot
Live a Full Life
Music is now recognized as a necessity in the
home. Music feeds tlie soul, as food feeds the body
and literature feeds the brain. Next to religion, it is
humanity's greatest  comforter.
The New Edison opens the doors to the world
of music. It brings the supreme art of the greatest
singers, instrumentalists and musical organizations
to you with stich unerring fidelity that the artists
themselves could give you no more.
%e NEW" EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
does not merely imitate ; it actually re-creates.
Before audiences totalling more than two millions,
thirty great artists have conducted tone tests which
proved that no shade of difference
could be detected between the artist
and the instrument. They have sung
in direct comparison with the New Edison, then
suddenly ceased, permitting the instrument to
continue atone. The only way the listeners
could tell when the artist stopped was by
watching his lips. And with the lights lowered,
they were unable to say when it was thc living
voice they heard and when the New Edison.
Could a more convincing test than this be
devised} Doesn't it prove thetruth of our assertion
that ownership of this instrument is equivalent to
having all tlie great artists of the world literally
at one's command f
Come in and hear the New Edison here, or allow us to send
one to your home, where you can hear it at your leisure. 174
G. A. Fletcher Music Co.,   Cumberland, B.C.
TELEPHONE PARTNERSHIP
The making of even the most ordinary telephone call involves a partnership of at least three persons.
Th,e effectiveness ot the service depends on the degree of
team pluy existing hetwen these three partners—the person
culling, who co-operates hy consulting the directory and calling
by number always; thc operator, by making the connection
quickly, courteously and with the maximum degree of human
accuracy; and the person culled, hy answering promptly.
The greatest satisfaction of service Is attained when the
second partner, the operator ,is accorded the same consideration and courtesy which she is always anxious to show the
otlier two members of the partnership.
British Columbia Telephone Co., Ltd.
FOR
Fire, Life and
Accident Insurance
THOS. H. CAREY
Cumberland, B.C.
Dlt.   It.   P.  C111UST1E
DENTIST
Phone 116
Office:   KING BLOCK,
Cumberland, B.C.
TASTE b the TEST
of the DRINKS
THAT ARE BEST  '
Buy the productB of the-
BRITISH   COLUMBIA  BREWERIES,   LIMITED
Ask for the Brands that are the Best
Alexandra Stout is sure to satisfy.
U.B.C. Beer  The Beer of Quality.
Silver Top Soda Water
Cascade Beer
Full line of Pure
Fruit Flavors.
The Beer Without a Peer.
UNION BREWING CO,,   LTD.
NANAIMO, B.C. the Islander, Cumberland, b.C.
THREE
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LAMPS
PRICES DROP
Tungstens, 15 to 40 watt, 40c, were 45c.
60 watt, 45c, were 50c
Further reductions if not less than one dozen are
purchased at a time.
Cumberland Electric Lighting
Phone 75          Co., Ltd.           p. Q. 314
1
TOTAL ASSET  $11,279.56
that It ls her baby.   They tell her that Corporation of the City of Cumber-
it is only a doll, but she indignantly land, B.C.                      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
resents this. FIJiASiCIAL STATEMENT                                LIABILITIES
The days-pass happily for the child, statement of Receipts for the City of Unpaid Checks on hand Dec.
woman, though her memory does not Cumberland, B.C., for the year- end-     31st, 191S  11250.88
retarn.   One day she runs happily to ing December 31st, 1918:                    Unpaid Bills Emergency Hob... 18311.99
Mrs .Hudson and says: "I know the Trades  Licenses $1152.50     Total   $3090.87
word I have been wanting to say tor Rea] e8tate, general rates  4708.63     I hereby certify that I have exam-
a long long, time—it Is MOTHER." Retti estate, school rates  1854.41 lned the books and accounts of the
Mrs. Hudson cringes at the sound of Scavenger rates, arrears    496.45 City of Cumberland for' the year end-
thls word.    "Mother Is the sweetest geWer rates, arrears       77.66 ing   December   31st,   1918
word ever Bpoken," says Mrs. Hud- Scavenger buckets .'.      20.85 them correct and as set forth above.
son, "and  I have found it out, too sundries            60.10 T. MORDY, Auditor
COMOX ASSESMENT DISTRICT
City Hall rent      37.50
80.00
late."        	
Mrs. Hudson entertains at a garden p„g taxes 	
party and there Adoree Is taken ill. Police Court flne8   ^   mM .,..„„,,,,., .....   „.*.,,,,   .„„
Dr. Thorn, a woman doctor, is called, clty BOales ,.- 5,70 ,l,IB|,'K,'A>"  l*™I«ll   AJtD
and makes the dlsceovery that Adoree poul,d lees :..'*. 28.25
Is about to become a mother.    Mrs. rjny Road Tax 372.00
Hudson says that as a safeguard sho TOTAL $9210 45
will have Adoree spend a year at the statement  of  Expenditures   for   the
Hudson mountain lodge. ymt elMng 0r.cem„er 3i8t. ioi8:
Tho next dny  a  letter comes  for EXPENDITURES
Scavenger buokets  $
Total      223.20 Fuel
City BulldlngB       27.70 Sn idrles
STAR   LIVERY   STABLE
ALEX. MAXWELL, Proprietor
Autos for Hire.     Coal and Wood Hauling given very
prompt attention.    Furniture and Piano
Storage if desired.
Phones 4 and 61
Cumberland, B.C.
Repairs to Gleason Property...
Street light, current....$459.80
Clock and Repairs.... 114.60
Marocchi Bros. New Home Bakery
rti—■—n»^— Fresh Bread, Cakes,
Pies, etc.
Wedding Cakes a Specialty
NEW HOME BAKERY
J. HALLIDAY
Dunsmuir Ave.,      Cumberland.
License No. 5-1172
comes tor
Mr. Hudson from Brazil culling him
to that country on a lengthy business
trip. He says that he cannot take his
wife with hlm uud she says that she
has been to see Dr. Thorn. She says
that when he comes home bin greatest
desire will be realized.
At. the mountain lodge Dr. Thom
calls on Adoree Iu the Interest of the
future happiness of four people. She
proposes that Adoree entrust her child
to Mrs. Hudson, relinquishing all her
rights to the Infant so that the child
may have the protection of an honorable name. Adoree Anally consents.
The child is horn and Dr. Thorn sends
a cablegram to Mr. Hudson calling
him home. He returns to the greatest
happiness of his life, finding his wife
in bed clasping the Infant In her arms
and he greets the baby as "Our son."
At the lodge Adoree longs for her
baby. She throws the doll, which
comforted her so many times, to the
floor In disgust. Finally mother love
conquers, she goes to the Hudson
home, kidnaps her baby and flies with
It to an Island ln the lake.
Finding the baby gone the next day,
Mrs. Hudson also finds a note from
Adoree reading like this:
"I can't give up my baby.   If you ^^^^^SMonMB
follow and take him from me, I will     „„„,„„»„
—— HIl.ll
,SCHOOLS
Statement ol Receipts and   Expenditures for the year ending lleremher aUlu "' ■">' °lnn' ■
Hist, l»l8i
RECEIPTS
Government Orunts. (quarterly)
 $   7532.4'
10.00 Government Grunts,  lOutslde-
Stable account       026.63 ,     1859.15
Sundries:- City of Cumberland      3222.40
Police uniform  $ 45.00  —
Sign boards     24.10 Total  $12,611.01
Prisoners' mollis     23.25 EXPENDITURES
Fees U.B.C.M    10.00 Teachers' Salurlos  $  9750.00
Sundries     120.95 Janitor's Salary      1270.00
NOTICE Is hereby given, in accord-
and find ance with the Statutes, that all assessed taxes assessed and levied under
the "Taxation Act," including Rural
school taxes, under the Public Schools
Act, are now due aud payable for the
year 11110.
All luxes collectible for thc t'omox
Assessment District are due and pay-
uatc In the Government Buildings. Cumberland, B.C.
This nntlcf, 111 terms of law. Is equi'
valcul to a personal demand hy nu)
upon all persons liable for tuxes.
Dated ut Cumberland, B.C.. this 24th
duy of January, 1019.
JOHN BAIRD,
Assessor and Collector,
Comox Assessment  District.
Secretary's Salary
60.00
190,00
217.99
17.62 Furniture  (desks)         213.22
Supplies, (maps, books, etc...
Repairs  	
Im.urunce*  :....;:	
Medical inspection 	
Total     574.40
Oi'licc Account
Auditor   ...:.'. $15.00
Stamps     32.07
Land Registry Ollice.. 27.50
Sundries     76.55
Total      151.12
Election Account      73.60
Telephone Account       38.95
Advertising Account    128.65
Telegrams         4.25
Labor     266.50 employees   at   studio,    i
Travelling Expenses       41.50 chorus ot   exclamations
221.4.*!
388.90
202.50
100.00
Total Expenditure $12,614.0'!
T. MORDY, Auditor.
A. McKINNON,
Secretary School Board.
When the Completed picture, "Thc
Maid of Belgium," was shown to thc
continuous
greeted   thc
City Jail 19.50 showing.   "Gee, no one could tell how
Dog Tags       5.50 '.' was B0'1* t0 come out!" exclaimed
Lumber       48.90 onc enthusiast, after the showing.
BACK AGE
Umb«» Up With P«nat"'«'ng
Hamlin* Wlzarc OH
A harmless'aird eflectn-e iireo-w
tion to relieve the pa:tii> ot Phe'imrt-
tism Sciatica. Lame Bark ani ■ ■>-jl -
oago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil '* x-n
etrates quickly, drives ouf so'eii^ss.
ind limbers up still achinp 'ointj ind
muscles
Yov. have no idea tiou i^'m 't
wit! be found in cases ot even riv
ailment st mishap whpn the*-* s
need Jt an immediate neaiir.a ir;u*
septic application as ,in caass >t
sprains, bruises cuts burns ?no3
and stings
(jet it from druggists tot t( pr"-.
It not satisfied return the pott . ,,,.]
get vour monev back (
Ever constipated qt .-iavr ■iirk
headache? lusl try Wizard L.tvet
Whips, pleasant little pink pi.Is, JC
cents.   Guaranteed.
truth—that    he   is   mine.
Grocers and
Bakers
Cumberland and Courtenay, B.C,
License No. 8-25489
Royston Lumber Co.
MANUFACTURERS OF
ROUGH ANO  PRESSED
LUMBER
Slab Wood (double |oad)...$4.00
UNION HOTEL
OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION.
First Class Accommodation.     Heated
throughout by Electricity.
WILLIAM   JONES
Cumberland, B. C.
License No. 10-1606
essments
Salaries:-
James Baird  11170.00
It. Pearce  1090.00
A. MacKinnon     480.00
Jos. Shaw       60.00
Total
«
THE MAID OF
 $    2790.00
         2.50
Tool Account       10.36
Isolation Hospital       11.00
Interest on Loan     119.35
Health Account  213.75
City Road Tax Refund      30.00
Magistrate's Salary      12.00
»
D. Campbell's
Meat Market
Young Steer Bed,
tender and juicy.
Veal, Pork and Mutton,
—SPECIALS —
Cambridge Pork Sausage
Home-made Sausage
Polish Sausage
Veal Loaf
Boiled Ham
Hani Bologna
Headcheese.
Have you tried our Pickled Pork
and Corned Beef ?    It is delicious.
Each Thursday morning from now
on a full line of Fresh Fish will be
on hand.
License No. 9-3902
T. D. McLEAN
Watchmaker and Jeweller
Agent for the  HARMONOLA
All the latest Books,  Magazines
and Periodicals.
Dunsmuir Ave. Cumberland, B.C.
CUMBERLAND   HOTEL
WM.    MKisltlFJELD,    Proprietor.
GOOD ACCOMODATION
EXCELLENT CUISINE
huiiMiiuir Ave..       Cumberland, B.C.
Canada Food Board License No. 10-4986
Charlie Sing Chong
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Crockeryware and
{General Merchandise.
CHARLIE SING CHONG, Cumberland
HONG CHONG & CO.. Bevan.
Alice Brady in "The Maid ot Belgium" Is the sensationally brilliant
attraction which will be shown at the
Ilo Ilo Theatre on Friday next, Feb.
7th. This ls a World-Picture Brady-
Made and It is one ot the biggest and
best pictures of the entire year. Miss
Brady has a wonderful part to. portray
in this atractlon and her many friends
will be delighted with the way that
she handles the role.
As the title Indicates the picture has
to do with the story of a Belgian maid
—a refugee who Is brought to America by a kindly, wealthy couple. The
girl Is half crazed with the terrors
she has gone through. Her memory
Is gone and when lt is discovered that
she is about to become a mother she
Is unable to remember who the child's
father ls. Remarkable developments
come from litis situation and the story
ends with a totally unexpected climax.
Neodless to Bay "The Maid of Belgium" ls one of the most Intensely Interesting stories ever filmed,
SYNOPSIS
At the very beginning of the world
conflict, mowed down by the red
hladocl scythe of war, was the iiuulnt
little village of Saint Mlchelet, Out
of the ruins comes Adoree, her memory gone, entirely because of her sufferings. Among the ruins shellnds u
battered doll and this she hugged to
her breast as hor living, flesh nnd
blood baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hudson, plun-
nlng an automobile tour of Belgium,
arc held up at the border. Adoree,
searching for food, comes to the roadside She is discovered by the Hud-
sons, who are touched by the pathetic
condition of tho refugee, by her loss of
memory and her adoring care for her
doll. They decide to adopt her and
bring her to their American home.
Adoree brings a new note of happiness to their childless home. "Hor
lullabies and childish ways make me
long for children of my own," says
Mr. Hudson. And he continues: "When
a man has founded a great business
such as mine, it is only natural for
him to desire sons to follow ln his
footsteps—and daughters to enjoy the
golden harvest."
Mrs. Hudson's society friends are
much amused by her adoption of
Adoree. When Mrs. Hudson exhibits
Adoree to them they are much entertained and particularly so when Adoree shows them her doll and declares
Balance unpaid checks carried from   1917 $ 1719.69
Expenditures for 1918  5619.25
Costs of school for 1918  3222.49
tell   the       ^^^^^^^^^^
Adoree."
Mr. Hudson is beside himself with
grief. The gardener brings in a coat,
discarded by Adoree in her flight,
which he has found In the lake. Mr.
Hudson immediately takes It for
granted that Adoree and the baby poUc;eoirt'Elxpen:
have been drowned and he orders a
search made for the bodies and the
lake Is to be dynamited to bring thc
bodies to the surface.
The pangs of hunger drive Adoree
from her hiding place. A dynamite
explosion near her throws her to the
ground and she ls barely able to call
for help. Mr. Hudson comes to her
in a boat and Is rejoiced to find the
baby sate and sound. Adoree, suffering from the shock of the explosion, ts
placed under the care of Dr. Thorn.
Mr.' Hudson, Incensed at what he believes to be Adoree's attempt to kidnap his child, determines that she is
not to be trusted, and must be sent to
an asylum.
The shock of the explosion and the
mental shock of again giving up her
child, restores Adoree's memory. She
recalls the Important events of her
former life which have a bearing on
her present condition. She recalls her
marriage to Vicomte Jean de Mlchelet,
of his call to the front on the morning
after their marriage and ot the attack
on her home which ended with the
Hudson;! finding her. She finishes her
recital by demanding her baby.
Dr. Thorn, who has been eager to
assist Mrs. Hudson in her plan, Is
now convinced that the baby must be
given back to Adoree. Dr. Thorn
goes to Mrs. Hudson. "Adoree has
fully recovered and has told mo thc
truth about her past," says Dr.
Thorn. "The child no longer needs
the protection of your name. You
must give him back to his mother. If
you rofuso Iwlll bo forced to tell your
husband."
Mrs. Hudson determines to tell the
truth lo her husband Herself. "I lied
because I wanted to make you happy,"
she concludes. "Perhaps her story Is
Just another scheme ot her poor
crazed brain," suggests Mr. Hudson,
after recovering from the shock of his
36.30
JOHN MAY
VIOLIN MAKER
Fine Repairing and Retoning
Bows Re-haired and Repaired
Headquarters:   THOS. E. BATE.   Cumberland, B.C.
Total Expenditure $6519.25
Total Expenditure for 1918 ..$10,461.33
Total Receipts for 1918 $ 9,210.45
Unpaid Checks on hand Dec.
31st, 1918 $ 1,250.88
Cement Sidewalk Account
Sale of Debentures $$ 8,100.00
       593.37
Receipts   from    Instalments
paid      7,309.03
Interest from Bank         70.74
Total $16,073.14
DISBURSEMENTS
Costs   $10,324.65
Interest on debentures     2,794.60
Make Old Clothes Look Like New
LADIES' SUITS Cleaned and Pressed  - tl.75
SKIRTS Cleaned and Pressed  SIM
WAISTS Cleaned and Pressed  tlM
OENTS' SUITS Cleaned and Pressed UM and «!i.00
OVERCOATS Cleaned and Pressed  HIM) and $1.75
SUITS Sponged and Pressed 75c.
DRESSES Dyed and Pressed  f&SO and nn
SKIRTS Dyed and Pressed  tlM
WAISTS Dyed and Pressed ..*. ILStj
GENTS' SUITS Dyed and Pressed  PiM
OVERCOATS Dyed and Pressed  »1M to SUM
ALL KINDS OF KKI'VIKIM; AM) ALTKHIM*
R. B. HOWARD
CUMBERLAND DYE WORKS
Phono 104 P.O. Box Ull
Total Payments  $13,029.25
Balance cash on hand. ..$ 3,043.89
Amount Owing:-
Debentures  $ 9,659.30
Interest due June 1919       676.15
Total   $10,335.45
Cash on hand  $ 3,043.811
Instalments unpaid      7,1611.48
Total  $10,2113.37
Statement of Assets and Liabilities as
ut December 31st. 1918:
SOLD WHERE YOU
ASSETS
Ileal Estate:-
, ,,"      „,, s. .   . ."„"«."'  Hates   outstanding    lo    Dec.
wife's revelation.    "If her statements      	
are   true,"   continued   Mr.   Hudson,
31, 1918  $1919.82
•they are easily verified. The Vicomte '"tc,e9   °" ""»«;'"         "
de Mlchelet Is here, collecting funds General Rates, Ml---         .
for the Belgian relief.   I talked with Sc"")1 *ate9' <C1*>' 1»18;"'"'   mM
. ,„    ... .       , .   ,       .s. School Rates (School District
hlm at the country c ub less than an     „   ' .„,,.,,,
.,„„.. ■,„„" Extension     lori5.43
hour ago.
The Vicomte Is brought to the house. . „ ,, ....
Mr. Hudson asks hlm If he has ever Tot*" RDates Outaundlng$6494,77
been married.   The Vicomte says yes Sewer Rentnls * "J "
and tells the same story that Adoree Scavenger Arears     026.80
told.   He Is taken to Adoree and they Scavenger Buckets               J0.00
are happily reunited while Mr. Hud- Emergency Hospital Fees paid     52.00
son forgives his wife. En,crg' Ho8' FeCB mpM    606'00
The   beautiful   lawn   seen   ln "The Total   $1536.17
Maid of Belgium" ls  located on the Tc!,m Horses  $    350.00
estate of a prominent Njw York bank- Wagons, Sleighs, etc       300.00
er on Long Island Sound.   It has been ci|V Buildings     2,000.00
the scene of many brilliant receptions
such as th'i one depicted In this production.
The Btory of "The Maid of Belgium"
Is said to havo been taken from an
actual occurence which came within
the knowledge of tbe author.
Sufe    100.00
Fire Hall Apparatus   1,000.00
Isolation Hospital   400.00
Repairs Gleason Prop  17.62
Sewer Pipes   60.00
Feed at Stable   30.00
SEE THIS SIGN
The Dominion of Canada
offer*
War-Savings Stamps
at $4.00 each
during this month
And will redeem them for $5 each
on Jan. 1st, 1924
Every dollar will be worth more.
W-S.S. can be registered
against  loss
THRIFT STAMPS
25    cents    each
16 THRIFT STAMPS
exchangeable for one W-S.S.
Total   $4,247.62
=y FOUR
THE ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.O.
TONIGHT
Greater   Vitagraph Blue Ribbon
Feature
ALBERT E. SMITH
PRESENTS
'THE BOTTOM OF THE WELL,,
BY
FREDERICK UPHAM ADAMS
With An All-Star Cast Including
EVART OVERTON ADELE DE GARDE
AGNtS AYRES ALICE TERRY
Comedy and 10th Episode of " The Fighting Trail."
A Show of Eight Reels
Adults 25c
Usual Prices
Children 10c
Usual Saturday Night Dance.
ILO ILO THEATRE
WHIPPET TANK SKATING LATEST
NOVELTY
The photograph shows a young enthusiast with the latest departure in
roller skates, the whippet tanks.
The forms of tlie tanks are made of
tin and fit over the roller skates.
The idea, as the name suggests,
enme from the tanks which took
such an effective part iu the war.
Special Sale for 4 Days
II will he In your ailviintnice In see our
Prico I.M. If yiu have mil received
nne please cull m the Store und sure
UlllllCJ.
K.   ABE   &   CO.
THE FURNITURE STORE
CHRISTMAS  GIFTS lhat will be appreciated
ROCKEItS, In fumed golden oak and mahogany, from $5 to $18.00
Music and China Cabinets, PaVlcr Suites and Congoleum Rugs,
I.allies' Dressers, and Chiffoniers.
We have just opened up several cases of beautiful China, suitable
for Christmas Gifts.
For the Children we have Dolls, in all sizes, Mechanical Toys,
Teddy Hoars, Kindergarten Wets. Games, Horns.   Everything to
iniike Ihe Children Happy.
A.   McKINNON
No. 408A
No. ot Application 21440F
21443F
LAN!) REGISTRY jlCT
Notice under Section SO,
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been made to register the Corporation ol the City of Cumberland, as
tbe owner in fee simple, under a Tax
Sale Deed from the Collector ot the
said Corporation, to the said Corporation, bearing date the 31st day nf
October, IHIS, In pusuance' of a Tax
Sale held by said Collector ou or
about the 10th day of October, 1917,
of all and singular those certain
parcels or tracts of laifd and premises situate, lying, and being in the
City of Cumberland, in the province
of Uritish Columbia, more particularly
known und described as: —
Lots 2 and 3, Block IS, Map 522A.
You and those claiming through or
under you, and all persons claiming
auy interest in the said land hy virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
tlie said land by descent whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land lteglstry Act" (R.S.B.C.
1911), are required to contest tiie
claim of the tax purchaser within
thirty days ot* the service of this
notice upon you, and iu default ot a
caveat or certificate ot lis pendens
being hied before the registration, as
owner, ol the person entitled under
such tax sale you and each of you
wilt he for ever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to
or in respect of the suid land, and I
shall register the said Corporation as
owner of the said land so sold for
taxes.
Your attention is called to section
36  of the said  Act   (R.S.B.C.1911,  c.
127) and amendments.
Dated at the Land Registry Office, at
the City of  Victoria,   Province  ot
British Columbia, this 24th day of
December, A.D. 1918.
F. J. STADPOLE,
Registrar General of Titles.
To R. S. Watklns, Assessed Owner of
Lot 2, and
F.  W.  Robins, Assessed Owner of
Lot 3.
I direct service of this Notice to be
made by publication thereof ln four
issues, one ln each consecutive week
of a newspaper circulating ln Cumberland. F. J. STADPOLE,
Registrar General of Titles.
FOR SALE.—Chevrolet five-passenger
touring car, in good running order,
tires nearly new, self-starter and
electric lights. Owner no further
use.   Apply B. Grieves, Cumberland.
WANTED TO RENT—A typewriter
in good condition; will be well
taken care of. Apply P.O. Box 192,
Cumberland, B.C.
WATER NOTICE
(Use and Storage
TAKE NOTICE that the Canadian
Collieries (Dunsmuir), Limited, whose
address ls Victoria, B.C., will apply
for a licence to take and use 20 cubic
feet of water per second out of Tsa-
Abl River, also known as Baynes
Sound River, which flows In an easterly direction and drains Into Baynes
Sound, about 5 miles south of Union
Bay. The water will be diverted from
the stream at a point 1V*j miles more
or less, approximate bearing S. 60 degrees, 48 minutes W. (ast.) from N.W.
corner of Lot 2 A, Nelson District;
and will be usod for mining purposes
upon the mine and washery located nt
Block B 34 iNelsnn District, and Lot
28, Union Hay. This notice was posted
on the ground on the 17th duy of De-
coher, 1918. A copy of this notice and
an application pursuant thereto and
to/ the "Water Act, 1914," will ho Died
In the office of tho Water Recorder at
Nanaimo. Objections to tho application may be filed with the said Wutor
Recorder or with the Comptroller of
Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., within thirty days after
the lirst appearance of this notice In
a local newspaper. Tho date of the
first publication of this notice Is December 21st, 1918.
CANADIAN     COLLIERIES     (DUNS.-
MUIR),   LIMITED,  Applicant.
CHARLES GRAHAM, Agent.
mmmmj\
3E
ac
THE   BIG   STORE
ENI) OF FINANCIAL YEAlt
As our Business Year ends on the
last day of January and our books are
closed for the year, we would greatly
appreciate a settlement in full of current account due January.
Thanking you ln anticipation,
SIMON LEISER & CO., LTD.
V
SIMON LEISER & CO.,
LIMITED.
THE   BIG  STORE.
Phone 3-8
m\ C-
*J
YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN—You are
Interested ln a better position. Qualify for It through our easy homo
study courses, like others you know
have done. Wo teach Commercial
Subjects and Advertising, Drafting,
Ship, Mochunlcal and Art, Steam,
Electrical, Mechanical and Mining
Engineering and other branches.
Write for free catalogues and particulars to ll. J. MlLSOM, Nanaimo
Manager, INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS, P.O.
Box 1121, Nanaimo, B.C.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The  undersigned  will not be  responsible for any debts contracted by
Mah Jack, who has left my employ.
CHARLIE SING CHONG
JOHN SCAVARDA
GENERAL   TEAMSTER
COAL AND ALL KINDS OF HAULING
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. .   .   .
I Cater to the Good Tea Trade
• *
Great
Tea
Obtainable Onhj at
MUMFORD'S   GROCERY
Licence No. 8-172CS.
Phone 71

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