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"When a Man
Loves"
^mberland Islande
r
At the
ILO ILO THEATRE
This Week-end
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With which Is consolidated the Cumberland News.
FORTY-SEVENTH  YEAR—NO.  3
CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH COLUMBIA     FRIDAY.   JANUARY   20.   1928.
, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Scotchmen To Honor
National Bard
Cumberland   Cronies   to   Hold
Banquet   and   Dance
January   25th
The Cumberland Cronies will
honor the anniversary of Robert
Burns, the beloved bard, on Wednesday, January
25th, when, a
monster banquet
and dance will
be held In Oie Veterans' Hall.
An ambitious programme has been
arranged and it is confidently expected that the largest attendance ever
will be on hand on the 25th. Tickets
are now being sold and are being taken up rapidly. Anyone desirous of
celebrating with the Cronies Is urged
to make early application for tickets
which may be obtained from Messrs.
T. Robertson at the Athletic Club, R.
T. Brown, Mesdames Johnslton and
Cameron and from S. Aitken, Courtenay.
BACK TO THE FARM
Mr. Roy Cliffe, the well known
Courtenay boxer, has taken over Ma-
plehur&t farm from his father, who
Is going to live at Comox. Owing to
an injury to hie hand, Roy has been
forced to give up the boxing game,
for a time at least. We understand
the popular boxer will keep In strict
training whilst working the farm and
it ls quite possible that just as soon
as his hand is in Al shape, he will
again enter the "Squared  Circle."
"COAL IS KING"
Pulverized Coal Impresses United States Shipping Board
NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES
; Union Bay Defeats
Men's Social Club
The Three "Cs"
Out For Funds
A mating ot itihe Cumberland Cricket Club, held ln the Anglican Hall
on Monday evening last, decided to
hold an- old time dance in the Anglian Hall on Friday, February 3rd, in
an effort to raise sufficient money to
make necessary alterations at the "Y"
grounds.
The club ls badly ln need of funds
and If the old time dance is successful more will be held In the next few
weeks.
The secretary was Instructed by the
meeting to Invite the Courtenay Club
with a view to arranging matches
searly In the season. With snow and
frost still hanging round some of the
fans think tt la too early to even think
of Cricket but as the members ot the
club, themselves, are enthusiastic and
Intend to make the coming season an
outsandlng one, an early start Is absolutely necessary.
If there are any lovers of the game
ln the district who would like to do-
nato a dolalr or two "for the good and
welfare," their donation would bo
gratefully received and promptly acknowledged by the president, the Rev,
E. 0. Robathan.
Celebrated Their
Silver Wedding
The Acme residents spent a most
hilarious and lively time saying goodbye to the old year and speeding ln
the new on the happy occasion of
celebrating the silver wedding anniversary of Mr .and Mrs. 0. Seagravc,
who are old-timers and highly esteemed by the residents of Acme.
The party was a total surprise to
the "bride and bridegroom." who had
settled down for a quiet evening of
solitude. The peace and quietness
soon turned into a turmoil, when
about thirty-five overgrown youngsters came beating tin pans and singing "Hail, Hall, the Gang's All Here,"
but never-the-less were received with
warm welcome. After many congratulations and good wishes the evening
was started.
We hate to mention the leader of
the noisy gang, but, "oh, that Hlder!"
Each youngster had to do his or her
stunt, some having to be carried in
to perform. One gentleman refusing
to act was stood on his head, so the
others decided to do their parts willingly.
After the comical pranks were over,
the company enjoyed some real music
by the groom (playing his own accompaniment). One gentleman was asked
to give a solo, but replied by calling
to his wife—a chorus of voices called
"Oh Minn!"—that settled him. Then
we were were favored with songs
from Mrs. Oreenway, Messrs. Mc-
Cullouck and Wilks.
Amidst the applause in comes another couple looking for the minister
but they too had to be initiated by
doing their stunt. The "groom," Miss
Lottie Lewis, taking the house by
storm by dancing the Charleston, the
blushing "bride," Mls3 Kit Freeland.
doing the Irish washerwoman, amidst
roars of laughter. Their costumes
oannot be described, as one had to see
(Continued on Page Five)
Robertson Leads
Billiard League
Tournament   at   Club   Reaches
Eighth Round—Crib Draw
Is Announced
The billiard league run under the
auspices of the Cumberand Literary
and Athetlc Association has now
reached the eight round with the
standing of the various players as follows:
J. Robertson, 14 points; W.•Smith,
S. Hatfield. R. Brown, 0. Frelone and
D. Lockhart, 10 points; T. Carney,
O. Williams, W.McMillan, H. Jackson
and S. Gough, 8 points; D. Martin,
S. Hunt. T. Brown. C. Tobacco, 6
points; G. W. Williams, 2 points.
The drawing for the Crib Tournament which Is being held at the Athletic Club also has been announced,
first round competition being;
D. Dunlop vs. R. Freeburn; S.
Gough vs. C. Walker; T. Brown vs.
J. Smith; W. Simpson vs. D. Stevenson; W. Henderson vs. W. Mossey;
W. McMillan vs. J. Dallos.
Byes: 0. Frelone, H. Waterfield, J.
Williams, H. Docherty, J. Murray, W.
Whyte, R. Brown, S. Robertson, F.
Watson and T. Carney.
The announcement comes from Seattle that recent experiments with pulverized coal has so impressed the United States
shipping board that recommendations have been made to convert
six more government freigters into pulverized coal burners.
With ihe government of British Co-   Immediately >;o tlie Shipping Board for
lumbia  experimenting  along  similar | permission  to make the change,
lines,  the   question   is   being   asked i
locally, "Is coal coming back.?"   The i SllTes *4*wl0
coal industry on. the Island haa been j On a recent voyage from New York
in the doldrums for some considerable ! to Rotterdam and return, the Mercer
time, due, to a large extent, -to the ex- j pj^jj a s.avllle 0f 54,000 i..n her fuel
To assist In  filling a temporarily,
heavy  demand  tor  coal  during  the
coming  week,   the  Company  would.
appreciate having as many employees ' r.ii.i.»~»  r n
as possible turn out to work on tie I ^"'SSEb^1? ^ StaWd
coming Saturday afternoon and Sun- \        ReSU,t(? *"£"» V,ctory
day morning shifts. for ShlPPers
Canadian Collieries (D) Limited,      The Union Cribbage Team came up
Thomas Graham,
General Superintendanl.
1 cessive use of fuel oil.   Any success
bill by burning pulverized coal.   The
installation  aboard   tho  Mercer  cost
attained by the use of pulverized coal
would be of undoubted advantage to
! British Columbia, and Vancouver le-! ?75,000, but It is said this can be re-
I land  In  particular.    With the very | duced   by   reason   of   improvements
j best ot steam coal In the Cumberland | based'on the experiments.
Wounded Cougar
Mauls Dog Badly
Kicks Cougar in Face to Break
Struggling Pair
ars», this district ls vitally Interested I
Ernest H. Peabody president of the
in the experiments now being carried | Peabo(ly     Engineering     Corporation
out.
t has resigned from the fuel conserva-
The newspaper report coming lromjUon commlttee „, tlle SMpplng Boar3
Seattle Is as follows: I a8 a re,„lt of Uie experiments wlth
Seattle, Jan. 17.-Is old King Coal I pulvorized m*l. He explained that,
going to stage a comeback ln the M & reM Q, ffie success Qf ^ ^
world's shipping lanes?
This ls the question being asked on
of fuel, tlle Shipping Board is likely
to purchase the burners he manufac-
the waterfront as a result of experi- tures ^ he com „ot con,UnlJe as ,
ments conducted with pulverized coal  memi)er
aboard the Shipping Board freighter j
Mercer an the Atlantic.   The maiden j Arouses Keen Interest
voyage of the Mercer as a burner of, News of the .Mercer's performance
pulverizer ccial has vindl.1cated tthe I caused comment all over the country
claims made in behalf of that kind of ! and was received with much interest
fuel, according to advices from the ; in Seattle because of the significance
East Coast. ito   both  'tlie  coal   industry   and   the
As a result of the experiments, ■ shipping industry of this coast. Use
Caps! R. D. Gatewood, manager of the ' of this kind of ship- fuel would mean
maimtalnence and  repair division of a profitable market for the cheaper
the Shipping Board, has recommended that six more government freighters be converted to pulverized  coal
grades of coal and a huge saving in
operating cost of steamship lines.
Experiments   with   pulverized   coal
Annual Meeting
Of United Church
The annual meeting of Cumberland
United Church was held last week end
when work accomplished during the
last year was gone over and new officers were elected for the ensuing
year.
The Church board is now as follows
Treasurer—Dr. G. K. MacNaughton;
Envelope, Steward, Mr. Stanley Mounce; Organist, Mr. C. J. Parnham; Sunday School Superlntendant, Mr A. McKinnon.
For the Board of Stewards the following members were elected:
Mrs. Hunden, Mrs. G. Richardson,
Mrs. .M. Mitchell, Mrs. Co.nrad, Dr.
G. K. MacNaughton, Mr. D. R. MacDonald, Mr. C. Nash, Mr. Alex. Henderson, Mr. Stanley Mounce, Mr. J.
S. Brown and Mr. D. MacLean. The
new board met last Monday evening
in order to organize, electing Mr. McKinnon as chairman and Mr. MacLean
Secretary.
The Cumberland Sunday School
has now a membership of 105 and the
Bevan School of 40. There are three
organizations for girls; The Golden
Key, The Junior Canadian Girls ln
Training and the Senior C.G I.T., In
all a membership of 50. The two
clubs for boys are; The Exporters
and the Trail Rangers. There ls also
the Young People's Society with 16
members. Other organlaafons include the Ladies' Aid, the names of
the new officers of which wore published last week, and the Women's
Missionary Society with president,
Mrs. D. R. MacDonald, Treasurer, Mrs.
Hunden and Secretary. Mrs. D.
MacLean.
burners. The recommendation of | so far have been made only on the
Captain Gatewood was Indorsed by the. Atlantic, but tt is believed they will
matntalnence and repair division, and | be conducted on the Pacific In the
it is asid that application will be made! near future.
M Brown, colored man ot Cumberland, whilst out hunting cougar on
Perseverance Trail on Friday last,
managed to wound a big fellow very
severely. When the big fellow dropped, mortally wounded, Brown's dog
a beautiful Airedale, attacked the
cougar furiously, grasping him by the
throat. The animal, Infuriated by the
wound and attack of the dog, retaliated and managed to get hold of the
Airedalo by the front leg, almost
gnawing It off.
Brown, anxious to save his dog, and
being afraid to shoot at the struggling
pair, calmly walked up to the cougar
nnd not having ai club handy, commenced to kick the beast in the face
until lie released hjs hold on the dog.
It was a matter of only a few minutes
then before the cougar was dispatched
The dog suffered considerable pain
and whilst ah effort is being made to
save the injured leg, Mr. Brown Is of
the opinion that amputation will have
to be resorted to.
! to Cumberland on Tuesday evening
! to fulfill a scheduled game with the
Cumberland Men's team in the district
cribbage league. It proved to be a
run-a-way victory for the shippers,
the local team having the very worst
of luck. The Cumberlanders gained
13 points, and there they stuck, Union Bay running to 23 points.
However,, a very delightful evening was reported, refreshments were
served on the completion of the games
and an oath taken by the defeated
ones that It would be a different story
next time.
The Athletic Club team also engaged In a game of crib on Wednesday
evening, playing a series of friendly
games with the war veteran's at their
club In the Memorial Hall. In this
case, the scores were very even, the
Veto, winning by the odd point, scores
being 13-12.
BADMINTON  TOURNAMENT
United Church Club Wins From
Whippets 109-90
The Whippet Badminton Club visited the United Church Club last Wednesday evening, some very good and
close games being played. Although
the visiting team put up a splendid
fight, when the points were totalled
lt was found that the score was ln
favor of the United Church Club 109-
90. Refreshments were served during the evening.
The following Is a list of the games
played, the names of the United players being mentioned first:
Mounce and Miss Mann lost to
Lockhart and Miss Frelone, 7-11
Brown and Miss Auchterlone lost to
White and Mrs. Bannerman, 9-11;
Hicks and Miss Hunden won from
Frelone and Miss Aspesy, 11-4; Auch-
W.B.A. In First
1928 Meeting
The local Review of the W.B.A.
! held Its first 1928 meeting on Thursday and judging by the attendance
and enthusiasm of the members, has
started on another successful year.
The activities of this order are along
fraternal and charitable lines and not
confined to its membership and are
well known in the community. That
the high standard set has been well
maintained during the past year, was
shown by the fine report of the Past
President, Mrs. Susan Covert.
In recognition of the valuable service rendered the Review, Mrs. Grace
McNeil, president, presented Mrs| Covert with Past President's Jewell, a
handsome wicker chair and a pencil.
The Past President's association presented Mrs. Covert and Mrs. Hudson
with beautiful bouquets, the latter In
recognition of her service as musician
Several other officers received
pretty gifts from their fellow officers
and the guard team, as a mark of appreciation for services rendered over
a period of years. Much amusement
was occasioned by these presentations
each recipient being taken completely by surprise.
These were: Mrs. Martha Coe, Standard Bearer; Mrs. Parkinson, Captain of the Guards; Mrs. Alice Miller,
Treasurer; Mrs. Mary Hudson, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Annie Davis,
Recording Secretary and Press Corespondent; Mrs. Ellen Potter, most
regular attendant of the charter members.
A short programme and social
brought to a close a most successful
meeting.
"A WEINEK" 600 PARTY
A "Welner" 500 party will be held
by the Cumberland Welsh Society in
the Vets. Hall on Monday, January
23rd.   Admission, 35c
.1
Recent Bride
Is Honored
A jolly affair was held at G.W.V.A.
Hall on Friday evening when Mrs.
V. Frelone entertained ill honor of
.Mrs. G. Hunden, a recent bride. Cards
games and many novel contests were
entered Into with zest by all present.
No end of merriment was caused by
the Impromptu song-composing contest In which Mrs. Covert's choir
emerged victorious with Mrs. Bradley's a close second. Mrs. Aspesy
challenged all-comers at skill-ball,
Miss Handlen receiving consolation.
Mrs. G. Hunden won tho guessing
contest, Mrs. Matt Brown and Mrs.
Johnston first and second whist prizes
and Mrs. R. Brown consolation. Miss
Handlen delighted the guests with
several clever solo dances. Mrs. S.
Davis contributed a very humorous
reading. After all had partaken of a
delicious supper (one of the features
of which was the 'Pensylvannia Jam')
Mrs. Frelone called upon tho guest
of honor to accept a handsome wicker
chair as a gift of those present. .\1-
though taken by surprise Mrs. Hunden
thanked all for Iheir gift and kind
wishes.
Guests wero; Mrs. Bersey, Mrs. S.
McLeod, Miss Handlen (Courtenay).
Mrs. Walters. Mrs. and Miss Bradley.
(Union Bay), Mrs. J, Bond, Mrs. T.
Bates, Mrs. Bennie. Mrs. R. Brown.
Mrs. D. Bannerman, Mrs. Armstrong,
Mrs. Matt Brown, Mrs. Conrad, Mrs.
Covert, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs.
Lockhart, Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Irvine, Mrs. S. Cameron, Mrs. Saunders
Mrs. Carney, Mrs. Weir, Mrs. Aspesy.
Mrs. Sommerville, Mrs. Francescini,
Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. W. Davis, Mrs.
Geo. Rchardson, Mrs. Parkinson, Mrs.
S. Davis, Mrs. Geo. Johnston, Mrs. B.
Hunden, Mrs. D. Hunden, Mrs. V. Frelone, »Mra. S. Robertson. Miss Haywood, Mts. R. McNeil, Misses Ellen
and Pearl Hunden.
City Council
Sworn In
Geo. Daker Injured
At No. 4
George Daker, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Alex. Daker, who have been residents
ot Cumberland for several months,
met with a very painful aud serious
accident last Tuesday at No. 4 Mine.
Daker was at work ln Uie mine when
he was crushed between the top of a
car and the roof of the mine, the accident causing serious injury to the
pelvis. He was immediately removed
to the Cumberland General Hospital
where he will be a patient for several
months.
The same day another accident
oecured in the evening, the victim
being Edwin Phillips, who has been
terlone and Miss Haywood won from
Walker and Miss Boffey, 11-8; Stevens and Miss Hood won from Bates
and Mrs. Hutchinson, 11-7; Brown
and Miss Hunden won from Banner-
man and Miss Dando, 11-2; MacLean
and Miss Watson won from Bennie
and Mrs. Bannerman, 11-4; Hewitt
and Miss Mann lost to Lockhart and
Miss Aspesy, 3-11; Hicks and Miss
Hunden won from Dando and Miss
'Frelone, 11-9; Mann and Walker lost
jto Lockhart; and Whito, 2-11; Hen-
I derson and Miss Auchterlone won
from Frelone and Miss Boffey, 11-6.
Mr. P. P. Harrison, member for
Comox District ln the Provincial
House met a number ot his committee
in the Anglican Hall on Monday .evening last, the outcomo of the recent
meetings of the Cumberland Rod anil
Gun Club. The latter body. In regular
meeting recommended that the member be approached with a view to Mr.
Harrison asking the Government to
make very necessary repairs to the
road to Puntledge Lake. Mr. Harrison spoke at some length to his committee and promised to do all In his
power to meet the wishes of the club.
The first meeting of the City Council
for the year  1928  was held  ln  the
Council Chambers on Thursday, Jan-ja resident of Cumberland for about
uary 19th, his Worship the mayor 1 twelve months. Phillips is a rope
elect, A. Maxwell and Aldermen elect I rlder^it No. 4 and was doing this work
Messrs. Parnham, Mumford and Ban-1 when In some manner the cord of his
nerman being sworn ln by returning
officer W. H. Cope.
The Council having been called to
order, the mayor congratulated last
year's members on having been returned to office, and extended a hearty
welcome to the new member, Alderman Baiinermaii. The aldermen
each expressed themselves as being
willing to work together fro the good
of  the  city.
A letter of appreciation was received from the Canadian Collieries (D)
Limited for the cooperation that they
had received from the olty during the
past year,  a report for 1927 was re- '■ Hon. William Sloan Takes Up
ceived  from tlie  Medical Health Of-1
fleer, also the annual report from the;
fire chief,    it  was  regularly  moved!
and   seconded   that   the   doctor   be I
thanked, and that a letter of appreel- i
ation be sent to tlie Flro Department j
for tlieir good.work during he year
A communication was received from
*.ho secretary of the General Hospital
asking   for  the  City   Hall   for  their
annual meeting on the 21st instant.
The   request  was   granted.     It   wan
passed  that  Mr.   P.   P.   Harrison   bo
retained as city Solicitor for the year
1928,
Bills and accounts amounting to
$305.1S were presented and referred
to the Finance Committee. If corrct
to be paid. On behalf of the Finance
Committee, Alderman Parnham reported the following bank balance
General Account, $4890.72; School Account, $4522.85; Savings Account,
$322.95.
The following committees were then
appointed by his worship the mayor:
FINANCE COMMITTEE
Alderman Parnham (chairman)
"        Ledlngham
Mumford
BOARD OF WORKS
Alderman  Henderson   (chairman)
Ledlngham
" Mumford
liOARD OF HEALTH
Alderman Williams  (chairman)
" Bannerman
" Henderson
WATER  COMMITTEE
Alderman Bannerman (chairman)
Parnham
Mumford
LIGHT  COMMITTEE
Alderman  Mumford  (chairman)
Williams
Henderson
lamp became caught ln the safety car,
dragging hlm several feet. He sustained several severe bruises and
abrasions of the right arm, and badly
sprained ankle, necessitating Immediate removal to the General Hospital
where he is doing as well as cau be
expected.
Not Importing
Welsh Coal
Important Matter with Fed-
era! Authorities
Victoria, Jan. 14.—That the Federal Government lias not made any ar-
| r-angements tor tilie importation ol
i Welsh Coal into Oan ad* t'or government use is the information which
Hon. William Sloan, provincial Minister of Mines, has just received from
Ottawa. Recently reports appeared
in the B.C. press to the effect that
the Dominion Government had made
arrangements whereby 1,600,000 tons
of coal would he purchased from Welsh collieries for delivery in Canada
this year, the first delivery to he made
In April, The press report intimated
that part of Dints order would he used
for government purposes in Uritish
Columbia.
Having in mind the importance of
tlie development of the coal mining
Industry in B. C. and especially on
any move on the part of the federal
government which would result in
imported coals being (brought into
competition with the 11. C. product
Hon. William Sloan promptly got Into touch with Ottawa, As n result he
has received official information tnat
the federal government has made no
arrangement* for the importation of
Welsh Coal and is not contemplating
any such . Any importation of Welsh
coal into Canada Is being mnde by private coal deals in the Montreal area
only, where tbey will come into competition with American anthracite
coal.
(Continued  on  Page  Six)
Mr. A. W. Neill, member for Comox-Alberni in the Federal House,
left for Ottawa on Monday last to attend the meeting of the Dominion
Parliament, which opens on January
26th. PAGE TWO
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C
FRIDAY.   JANUARY   20.   1928.
The Cumberland Islander
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT CUMBERLAND, B. C.
EDWARD W. BICKLE
FRIDAY.   JANUARY   20,   1928.
THIS CRAZY WORLD
A MAN ninety-eight years old gave an interesting inerview to a newspaper recently in
which he sad, "the world is getting crazier
every day."
Commenting on the Dempsey-Sharkey fight
this old gentleman said: "I could not have been
carried on a golden coach to witness that butchery
Pushing, shoving, primitive animals are not for
any sane, , self respecting individual. Nor did 1
hear the flight over the radio, because I haven't
got one in my home."
Then this venerable man who had seen drastic-
changes during the nearly one hundred years
since he was born attacked the radio by saying:
"Radios are for lazy people. Tliey are for men
who are too spoilt to go to hear a lecture, or a
speaker. They are for men who enjoy coming
home from their offices each night and lying in
bed, expect to get the full benefit from a song,
speech or orchestra, through the air. What an
insult these radio listeners are to true artists.
But, say, I'm not really a grouchy old man. I'm
an individualist.   I didn't follow the crowd."
Continuing his comment against the tendencies
of the modern generation, he added:
"Take the Colonel Lindbergh reception as evidence of what people arc coming to. When he
returned to New York people packed City Hall
Park and all the streets, for what ? To see a man
who was brave and courageous, which is the natural thing for any man to be. The real credit
should have gone to the builders of the machine
Men have no busness in the air anyway. They
were not meant for that. And if they think to get
to Heaven that way, the're mistaken."
This dear old gentleman may not be "a grouchy
old man," but he is voicing the inherited spirit of-j-
his ancestors who burned witches and punished
garrulous old dames in the ducking stool.   The \
world does move in spite of men ninety-eigt years
old.
POCKETS AND COLLAR
EMBROIDERED TO
MATCH
WHY WEAR SHIRTS?
THE inhabitants of Ocean Grove, N. J., are split
over the momentous question as to whether
icemen should wear shirts or whether they
may enter the kitchen wearing the upper part of
their underwear.
It is a problem that is being solved by science,
if Ocean Grove will *be patient. Within five years
there will be no more ice-boxes for the icemen to
fill thanks to electric refrigeration.
Sixty years ago good people were similarly split
on the question as to whether, and how, a lady
could sit down on a sofa with a hoopskirt.
Thirty years ago the contest raged as to whether wasp-waisted corsets were unfitting women
for motherhood.
Corsets have long since gone by the board, and
skirts seem to be going.
The movements in science, changes in fashion
convention render many a contmvery obsolete.
Most of the social controversies that agitate us
now will seem just as laughable to us in 1938.
almost sleeveless waist and and cleverly inserted pleats in 'the skirt. Very
dainty in crepe de chine, UfTeta, pongee silk or cotton crepe or soft weight
linen. For more practical wear long
sleeves may be added and the dre3s
made of i-hallis prints, ginghams or
any primed silk or cotton with plain
to harmonize or match. (Copyright
1927. by Butterlck ,
If little Emmellne likes bright col-
i ors, here's a dress that can be mnde
to suit her perfectly. The opportunity
comes f.t the neck and pockets where
there's a chance for lovely embroidery. But if Emmellne is demure, the
embroidery can be In the same colors
ns the dress and still be distinctive.
For dancing school and parties any
' Uttle girl -will love this frock with its
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND
Savings Account
RECEIPTS
Balance in Bank January 1st,  1927  $155.24
Interest           7-06
Rent and Installments Better Housing Act   479.95
$642.25
EXPENDITURES
Taxes " $ 73.00
Interest on Soldiers' Settlement Loan   258.10
Balance in Bunk December 31st, 1927   311.15
.$G43.2.->
Screen's Greatest Stars
In Spectacular Special
Even without Its absorbing story
nnd thrilling action, Warner Bros.'
production of "When a Man Loves"
.slarrinc John Barrymore would be
a great picture because of its sheer
pictorial beauty.
Besides   its   many-sided   appeal   to
the imagination it is lan ever changing delight to the eye.    No expense
wns spared In the erection of the gl-
gaiutlic settings, perfect and realistic
in every lea3t detail.    The costumes
of a i.o.turaUy colorful and decorative
period   are   of  unparelleled   magnificence and variety. The potography of
these by the master who filmed "The
Sea Beast," and "Don Juan" accentu-
I tes t'icm and suffuses them with ro-
i mantle  glamor  which  encha.iit.3  the
I mind and gives the spectator the II-
i usion of utter reality.
j     "When   a  Man   Loves"   has  as   its
j setting  i!:c  gay and  dissolute  Paris
of Louis XV when love and the cla
, ses wrve tlle chief occupations of the
j few, end dirs poverty the lot of the
- many.   .Never has Barrymore essayed
| a story of more power and heart ap
peal than this one and Dolores Costello,  the adorable  heroine  of  "The
Sea Beast," has arisen to «ven greater dramatic heights.   The rest of the
cast reads like the blue book of Aim-
dom,  including as  it does,  Sam  De
G-rasse, Holmes Herbert, Warner 01-
nnd. Marcelle Corday, Charles Clary,
Teniplar Saxe, Eugene Bresscser, Bertram Qraahy, Noble Johnson, Stuart
Holmes, Tom  Santsclii.  Tom  Wilson
and many others.   Alan Crosland directed. "When a Man Loves" comes to
thc  llo-llo Tlicalrc this  Friday nnd
Suturdny, .Inininry 211 unci 21.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND, B. C
STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES FOR YEAR E NDING DECEMBER 31ST, 1927.
ASSETS
Cash Royal Bank of Canada General Account $1682.09
Cash in Savings Account     311.15
DEFERRED EXPENSES
Unexpired   Insurance  	
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE      ,
Soldiers Housing Loan   6071.67
Tax  Arrears     1035.67
$1993.24
7707.34
FIXED ASSETS
Real   Estate    '.  2400.00
Municipal   Buildings     6000.00
Motor   Trucks     4800.00
Fire Apparatus     500.00
Wagons and Plows '.    500.00
Horses      250.00
Tools     •      20.00
Less Reserve for Depreciation
16970.00
.. 3770.89
13199.11
$215,1,87.71
LIABILITIES
Outstandng   Cheques   	
Provincial Government Loan
Surplus   Account   	
$ 78.50
5350.00
17759.21
$2:J,1,87.71
BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES, CUMBERLAND B.C.
Cumberland, B. C.
Board of School Trustees. January 4th, 1928
Dear Sirs and Mesdames:—
We have audited the books and vouchers of the Board for
the year ending December 31st, 1927, and the statement we submit herewith is ,in our opinion, properly drawn up so as to show
a correct account of the operations of the Board during the year.
The balance on deposit in the Royal Bank at the close of the
year December 31st, 1927 was $4608.30 with outstanding cheques
to the amount of $102.70, leaving a net balance of $4505.60.
All accounts have been duly vouched for and duly settled by
the Treasurer.
Respectfully Submitted,
C. H. MacKINTOSH, Auditor.
JAMES DICK, Audtor.
RECEIPTS
Balance In Royal Bank January 1st, 1927
GOVERNMENT GRANTS
Salary Grant 	
Grant  for  Outside  Pupils  	
Industrial Educntlon 	
$ 9805.85
.15609.65
..    831.25
Poll   Tax   	
Repayment from City of Cumberland
School Tax Revenue 	
$ 1917.34
26306.75
1500.00
1503.53
7355.29
H,:$8,5sS2.!>l
EXPENDITURES
SALARIES
Teaching Staff Public and High Schools  $23,755.00
....Teaching Staff Technical School   1347.25
Janitor    2100.00
Secretary    200.00
Medical  Officer    200.00
Audit Fees. 1926   30.00
Printing    	
Janitor's  Supplies  	
Transportation   of   Pupils   	
School  Supplies  	
Buildings	
Light and  Water  	
Furniture  	
Fuel    	
Insurance   	
Installation  Technical  School
Technical School Supplies 	
Miscellaneous   	
Ground Improvements 	
Workmen's   Compensation   	
Postage  and  Revenue  	
$27632.25
212.96
102.70
150.00
1201.06
1587.21
243.06
121.83
798.20
562.50
371.21
776.47
109.15
182.85
10.50
15.36
Balance in Royal Bank, December 31st, 1927  4608.30
Less   Outstanding  Cheques       102.70
34077 31
4505.60
Ki38,582.»l
ELIZA F. BANKS. Chairman
A. McKINNON. Secretary
0, II. MacKINTOSH. Auditor
JAMES DICK. Auditor
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Under Sixteen
By P. W, Luce.
PREMIER TASCHEREAU has announced that Quebec Is about to
to have a law to prohibit children from attending motion picture
theatres, whether accompanied by
their elders or just by their sweet
selves.
Ticket-sellers, doormen and ushers
are in for a merry time as soon ns
this law goes Into effect. Now-n-duys
svhen littlo girls, as well ns big girls,
plaster powder oa their noses and
pain: their cheeks, and all hair ia the
same length or even shorter, it is hard
to say whether she is thirteen or thirty. It may be flattering for the senior
to be mistaken for the junior, but not
on a cold und windy day when she ls
lu a hurry to get Into a warm movie
house and enjoy an ecstatic hour snuffling over "Sweet Sinners."
"Hey, you, kiddie," will protest the
doorman, as she attempts to brush
past him, "nix on going ln there, see?
You go home and wait awhile until
yon grow up. Come back In a year or
so, maybe."
"Sir!- Stand s aside!" sneers the
would be patron. "Any more flippant
remarks from you a-nd I'll ask my
husband to meet you in the back alley
when you go off duty "
"All you kids talk the same way,"
murmurs die doorman, wearily. "Do
you know that tlle law allows me to
spank any girl under slxtesn who
doesn't run along when I say 'Shoo!'
. . . Ouch! ... By nil means, walk
right ln madam. Certainly' I'll take
your word for it that you re happily
married. No one but a wife of long
standing could deliver such a smack
so accurately as a matter of course.
My congratulations on your looking
so young .madam. Is this other lady
with you?"
"Lady?" questions the patron. "Do
you mean this chit In the blue dress?
Why you can see for yourself that she
isn't a day over fourteen!"
"Quite so" agrees the harassed
doorman. "Still, she looks as If she
might put up quite an argument. Perhaps I'd bettor let her go In and save
myself another smack."
Meanwhile the highly decorated
young lady who sells the tickets is
also having a few troubles.
"How old are you. sonny?" she asks
n suspicious looking character.
"Under twelve when I travel ln the
street car. Over sixteen when I go to
the movies," is the honest answer.
"Do you know where you will go if
(Continued on Page Five*
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Telephone Service
It is now possible to talk to such points as
Armstrong, Enderby, Kelowna, Penticton, Summerland and Vernon from mainland coast and
Vancouver Island telephones.
;| B. C. TELEPHONE COMPANY
Lumber
In every sorts of building materials,
MOULDINGS,
WINDOWS, DOORS,
SHINGLES,
KILN DRIED  FLOORINGS.
AND    FURNISHINGS.
WF. DELIVER TO ANYWHERE IN SHOUT
NOTICE WITH  REASONABLE CHARGES.
Royston Lumber Co.
Limited.
CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PHONES J N'Bht calls: 134X Courtenay
I Office:  169 Cumberland. FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1928.
THB CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PAGE THREE
,
CORTORATION OF THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND
Report and Financial Statements for thefTATEMBNT 0F GBNERAL REVENUE Affi expenditure
1 \ RECEIPTS
year ended 31st December, 1927
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31ST, 1927
DISBURSEMENTS
Cumberland, B. C,
January 4th, 1928.
(TAXES
I    General
Current   1840.85
School Current
29.25
Poll Tax
To the Mayor and Council,
Corporation of the City of Cumberland.
Dear Sirs:—
We have audited the books and accounts of the Corporation
for tho year ending December Slst, 1927, and the accompanying
Balance Sheet is, in our opinion, drawn up ro as to show a true and
correct view of the affairs of tiie Corporation according to the
information at our disposal and such explanations as were given
to us.
We are pleased to note the high standard of efficiency maintained by the City Clerk during the year under review and we wish I   Manor
to thank him for the assistance so cheerfully given to us while1
making the audit.   We obtained all the information and explanations that we required.
We have separated the Savings Account and issued a
special statement for it, as, in our opinion, this is a separate
account covering monies collected under the Better Housing
Act.
We found all payments properly vouched for and authorized
through the minutes and other documents in order.
In our opinion, the books and records are well suited for the
requirements of the Corporation.
All of which is respectfully submitted.
Yours Truly
C. H. MacKINTOSH, Auditor.
JAMES DICK, Auditor.
Arrears   544.66
Penalties and   Interest     26.15
Dog Taxes      88.00
Trade Licenses  1172.00
.3020.00
Police  Fines   	
Permit   Fees    .-.	
Sale of Manure 	
PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT QRANTS
Pari   "Mutial     638.50
Motor Licenses  1184.52
Profits    3376.07
RILEY'S TRANSFER
Orders left at Henderson's Candy Store will receive
&*    PROMPT ATTENTION     "^
COAL    —    GENERAL HAULING    —    WOOD
of all descriptions
David Hunden, Junr.
Fire Insurance	
Haulage   	
Sundries   	
Canadian Collieries (D) Ltd. Roads 	
BALANCE IN ROYAL BANK OF CANADA JANUARY 1,1927	
General Account 9582.88
Less Outstanding Cheques 249.60
6720.91
46.00
25.10
2.00
5099.09
25.00
52.00
15.36
46.75
9333.38
SYNOPSIS OF
LANDACTAHENDHElNTS
PRINCESS PATRICIA
TO RESUME GULF
SERVICE SOON
i    Victoria, Jan. 14.—The Princess Pa-
1'KE-E.uT'J'lONS jitricia Is shortly to emerge trom her
Vacant, unreserved, surveyed | long enforced retirement, it was an-
Crown lands may be pre-empted by: nounced at the offices ot the B.C.
British subjects over 18 years of age | c steamship Service,
and by aliens on declaring intention!VJ"-""     " »
to become British subjects, condl-j Progress ln Installing the turbine
tional upon residence, occupation i recently manufactured in the Old
and improvement tor agricultural I country, and which arrived here late
purposes.
Full Information concerning regulations regarding Pre-emptions Ih
given in Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,
"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of
which can be obtained free of chargs.
by addressing tbe Department of
Lands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Agent.
Records will be granted covering
only land suitable lor agricultural
purposes, and which is not timber-
land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board
feet per acre west of the Const Range;
and 8,000 feet per acre east of that
Range.
Applications for pre-emptions are
to be addressed to the Land Commissioner of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for
ls situated, and are made on printed
forms, copies  of  whicli  can  be  ob-
ADMINISTRATION EXPENSES
Salary City Clerk	
Salary Poll Clerk 	
Salary Mayor and Aldermen	
Audit Fees 	
Legal Fees 	
Telephone       „,..,„
Priming and Stationery   596.25
Street Lighting   797.88
Postage and Revenue    73.78
Street Light Repairs  120.06
480.00
25.00
386.00
100.00
200.00
64.80
Water
Fuel
316.20
80.30
90
5.15
Election Expenses  20.
City Clerk Bond      5
Building Repairs  257.95
Workmen's Compensation Board, Public Works,
Police Dept., Fire Dept  263.16
.Miscellaneous  18.26
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Salaries 2320.00
Expenses   131.70
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Health Officer   100.00
Scavaglng    1085.55
Supplies     362.25
Relief   	
Electrical Permit Fees 	
PUBLIC WORKS
Roads Labor  2942.58
Supplies  1636..45
3795T69
2451.70
1647.80
268.S6
25.10
Sidewalks Labor     52.00
Supplies    29.40
Sewers Labor  157.80
Supplies       36.80
4479.04
194.60
$21,.'MI.-».!W)
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Supplies    1235.76
Insurance  144.10
Convention Fire Chief ': 160.00
Stable  	
Board of School Trustees  /	
Hospital Grant 	
Donations   	
Poll Tax Commissions	
July 1st Decorations 	
Haulage   	
Hospital Per Capita 	
Poll Tax School Board 	
Paid to School Board	
Bank Balance, Royal Bank, Decemer 31st, 1927 .
Lbsb Oustandlng Cheques 	
1682.09
78.60
4755.04
1529.85
855.46
1503.63
700.00
626.00
151.00
35.88
7.00
1,40
1600.00
109.20
1603.69
$21,365.50
GENERAL STATEMENT OF    RECEIPTS  AND DISBURSE MENTS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31st, 1927
lasd month, has reached the point
when a date is expected for release
of the ship from tbe ways.
Probably It will bo In the week
after next, and It ls the intention to
restore the Patricia Immediately to
the Vancouver-Nanalmo service. This
will relieve 'the Charmer, which has
been on the run for several months
and she will return to the Powell
River run. In turn this action will
release the Princess Royal, which will
come In for periodical overhaul.
Probably under ithe circumstances,
the Patricia will run across the Gulf
until the Princess Elaine arrives
from Clydebank, and goes into service
....uu, ..„,,.„.,  _ _..    _._    to care for the expected automobile
tained from the Land Commissioner, j trafflc )n  iae Summer.    The Elaine
ol
Pre-emptions must be occupied for
Ave years and improvements made
to value of '510 per acre, Including
clearing and cultivating at least Ave
acres, before Crown Grant can be
received.
For more detailed Information see
the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt Land."
PURCHASE
Applications are received for pur
chase of vacant aud unreserved
Crown lands, not being tlmbarland.
for agricultural purposes; minimum
price of Arst-class (arable) land Is $5
per acre, and second-class (grazing;
land $2.50 per acre. Further information regarding purchase or least*
of Crown lands ls given ln Bulletin
No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase and
Lease ot Crown Lands."
Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on
timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,
may be purchased or leased, the conditions including payment
stumpage.
HOMESTEAD LEASES
Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20
acres, may be leased as homesites,
conditional upon a dwelling being
erected in thc Ilrst year, title being
obtained after residence and Improvement conditions are fulfilled and
land has been surveyed.
LEASES
For grazing and Industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 acres
may be leased hy one person or a
company.
GRAZING
Under the Grazing Act the Province Is divided into grazing districts
and the range administered under a
Grazing      Commissioner. Annual
grazing permits are Issued based ou
numbers ranged, priority being given
to established owners. Stock-owners
may form associations for range
management. Free, or partially fro*;,
permits are available for settlers,
campers and travellers, up
heed.
REVENUE
Taxes General	
Penalties and Interest .
..$2049.42
..   109.99
Dog Taxes 	
Trade Licenses 	
Police Fines  	
Permit Fees   	
Manure Sales 	
GOVERNMENT GRANTS
Pari Mutial	
Motor Licenses 	
Liquor ProAts 	
$2159.41
88.00
1172.00
46.00
25.10
2.00
ADMINISTRATION EXPENSE
Salary  City  Clerk   	
Salary   Poll   Clerk   	
Salary Mayor and Aldermen 	
Fire Insurance
Haulage   	
Sundries   	
Canadian Collieries (D) Ltd.
Poll Tax 	
5099.09
25.00
52.00
15.36
46.76
1520.00
will not be brought out until the
Spring, lt has been decided, although
practically ready for transfer to the
company.
When the Patfrlcla is withdrawn
from the service for which she was
brought out to this country, It is expected she will have a future as a day
excursion steamer, a class of service
which Is greatly needed by the company with an increasing demand for
excursions out of Vancouver harbor.
No official announcement ot this character has yet been made by the company.
CARD OF THANKS
To Uie Electors of the
City of Cumberland:—
I wish to thank you all very sincerely tor 'the renewal of your support and my election as mayor for
another term
On entering this, the third term as
your mayor, I assure you that I will
serve your interests to the very best
of my ability.
Yours Truly,
ALEX. MAXWELL.
EStasaesESE
Audit Fees 	
Legal Fees 	
Telephone   	
Printing  and   Stationery   	
Street Lighting 	
Postage and Revenue 	
Street  Light Repairs 	
Water  	
Fuel   	
Election   Expenses   	
City Clerk Bond  	
Building Repairs  	
Workmen's Compensation Board, Public Works,
Police Dept., Fire Dept	
Miscellaneous 	
480.00
25.00
386.00
100.00
200.00
64.80
696.26
797.88
73.78
120.06
316.20
80.30
20.90
6.15
257.95
253.16
18.26
$ 891.00
Interest on Better Housing
POLICE DEPARTMENT
Salaries   	
Expenses ..:	
HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Health   Ollicer   	
Scavenging  	
Supplies   	
2320.00
131.70
100.00
1085.55
362.25
P. P. Harrison, M.L.A.
to ten
Barrister, Solicitor,
Notary Public
Main Office
Courtenay            Phone  258
Local Office
Cumberland Hotel In Evenings.
Telephone  11511  or  24
asWESBStaMaesHHESwa
Relief   	
Electrical  Permit Fees
PUBLIC WORKS
Roads Labor 	
Road   SupplleB   	
Sidewalk   Labor   	
Sidewalk  Supplies   ...
Sewers Labor 	
Sewer Supplies 	
Stable	
FIRE DEPARTMENT
Supplies   	
Insurance    	
Convention Expenses ...
$2904.69
258.10
2461.70
1647.80
268.35
26.10
2942.59
1536.45
52.00
29.40
157.80
36.80
.    856.46
1235.75
110.38
150.00
$10,250.71
School Board Repayment Loan
Hospital Grant 	
Donations	
Poll Tax Commissions  	
Haulage   	
Hospital   Per Capita  	
DEPRECIATION
Buildings    	
Trucks    	
Wagons and Plows 	
Horses   	
Fire Apparatus 	
5610.50
1496.13
1503.63
700.00
560.88
151.00
7.00
1.40
300.00
480.00
50.00
50.00
300.00
— 1180.0H
$10,557.18
Signed on behalf of the City Council
ALEX MAXWELL, Mayor.
W. H. COPE, Treasurer.
Certified Correct
C.  II. MacKINTOSH,  Auditor.
JAMES DICK. Auditor. PAGE FOUR
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1928.
|SESHHK**'S3E*M*E-**^^
In order to make room, and to sell lines of shoes that we wish to discontinue,
we have marked them for this shoe sale at prices less than their wholesale
value. Our Motto is--"When we put on a sale, we put on a sale, and we
do not try to fool anyone with catchy prices, or with the rip, crash, bust
them sort of stuff!" We invite you to look over our many 'bargains and
we feel certain that you will agree with us that "Emphatically" this is
the Greatest Shoe Sale that we have ever put on
ai=n-jb«cg«w>--c(-<gsr-<fr^r^r^
LOOK! LOOK!
Ladies' Black Velvet, one strap slippers, with leather
soles and Medium Heels—British Made—they make
the best of house shoes. Any Size in (Pi AC
This Lot.   Sale Price, Per Pair tDJL.t/U
OC PAIRS of Ladies' Oxfords and Strap Slippers.
tUO   Black, Tan and Grey—Slater Made Qrt   AA
most by small sizes. Sale Price Per Pair «P AuUvf
WaHBaa**MHHHHHHBHH
Ladies' Old Rose Boudoir Slippers, a very pretty slipper in
good grade of feltd»-| AA
Sale Price  •pL.6\)
Ladies'   Pat.   Boudoir  Slippers
Rubber Heels
Sale Price 	
95c
9'SifCEP
'Or
•JS PAIRS of Ladies' Strap Slippers and Oxfords,
I O   high and low heels in calf skin, pat., and kid
leathers.   Values to $5.50
Sale Price, Per Pair	
If you can find your size, these are Real Bargains we
assure you.
.$2.95
On Solid Leather
Miner Boots
QA PAIRS of "Sismans" Solid Leather Miner Boots
6 in. top, outside counters.   Priced   (J» A  A C
for this sale at Per Pair	
2 weeks of Great Bargains—January 21st to February 4th
ryr PAIRS of Men's and Young Men's
I D  Dress Boots, round and square toes,
black and brown calf skin and kid skin
Values up to §9.50 <£Q 7K
Sale Price  «pO»lD
If you can find your size in these good
welted shoes, you certainly will have a
Bargain.
-»3^»iS5s»asi3BsaH*iaBEaH
*»A PAIRS of Ladies' Tailored Spats, 12
DU  and 13 buttons high.   Colors, Grey
Fawn and Brown 7Fv«
Values to $3.50 for     I OK,
5ssasssa-sas5*w5aaaafis*as)
All lines of Boudoir Slippers Greatly
Reduced—Ladies' and Gents', Girls' and
Boys' and the Babies' too!
Footwear IS a Necessity
and it will pay every person in this district
to purchase their needs at this sale
The prices mentioned here are only a few of the many
Bargains we are offering for the next two weeks.
PAIRS of Boys' School Shoes, Sizes
to 5, "Sisman Made," Red Stitch
30*i
and made of full oiled stock.   A splendid solid leather shoe ^Q 9P»
Sale.Price, Per Pair ....
Same in Youths', Sizes 11
to 13.   Per Pair	
$2.95
BARGAINS   IN   CHILDREN'S   SHOES
We have placed on Sale a large number
of Children's Shoes and Slippers too numerous to mention here. All sizes from
infants' up.   Come and look them over
YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
3rt******B***«*--*3»S;**-^
SALE   PRICES   ARE   FOR   CASH   ONLY -JANUARY   21st   to   FEBRUARY   4th
Ladies' Gum Boots—The New
—MEN'S SOCKS—
Wolsey All Wool unshrinkable
in three colors, Silver, Camel
and Putty.    Sale
Price, Per Pair	
also many other lines of Fancy
All Wool and Silk and Wool
Men's Socks at Sale Prices.
65c
A Few Pairs of Ladies' All Rubber Overshoes, Medium Heels
Color Fawn. Sale (j»A PA
A Line of Infants' Brown and
Black,   buttoned   and   laced
Shoes, Sizes 2 to 7
Sale Price 	
Price, Per Pair
Cavin's Shoe Store
Dunsmuir Avenue
Cumberland
. jsyr<i^>rr>,^wwww^iW;^^ FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1928.
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
PAGE FIVE
City Meat
Market
Phone 111
START THE NEW YEAR
RIGHT AND PHONE US
YOUR   MEAT   ORDERS,
AND GET THE BEST!
Prompt Deliveries
GIVE US A TRIAL!
CELEBRATED THEIR
SILVER WEDDING
(Cuntlnued from page 1.
them to appreciate them.   Ill due time
! they found the "minister."   Rev. Jim
! McCulloch,   who   performed  the   act,
i reading passages from the telephone
j directory.   The ring bearer, "that HI-
j der," acting up ito his usual mark.
I    Mr. C. H. Nelson in a few well clio-
I sen  words  presented the bride  and
! groom on behalf of those, present with
a beautiful set of Rogers' silverware,
I consisting of half a dozen silver but-
: ter spreaders and half a dozen salad
forks, after which the recipients re-
; sponded  most  graciously.
I    Then the guests joined In commun
| ity singing, led by J. Wilks, and after
wards a most sumptuous lunch (provided  by the company)   was served
whicli everyone enjoyed.
Those  present  were:
Mr. and Mrs. Beacom, Mr. and Mrs.
Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Wilks, Mr. and
Mrs. McAlplne, Mr. and Mrs. McCull
The Holidays are  a  Thing
of the Pa*t
but that does not mean that we are not still making
and baking for you the very best in Pies, Cakes, etc.
SPECIALS  FOR SATURDAY
Cream Rolls, Cream Buns, Cream Sponges, Golden
Brown Doughnuts, Girdle Scones, Meat Pies.
Mann's Bakery
The Home of High Class Cakes and Pastries
Phone 18 Cumberland
sa»6S£a!aw!=<saesfcsi-.»e!es'=s=e.'-
ELECTRIC WASHER
Made by WINCHESTER ArmsCo
It's Wringerless!
It Washes
Blues
Rinses
and
Line Dries
Then Empties Itself!\
Phone for a Demonstration In Your Home.
CASH$180- OnTerms$190
Sold By
Cumberland Electric
Lighting Co., Ltd.
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Red Top Relief Valves, $7 each
TO KEEP "CLOSED" PLUMBING "OPEN"
This is a Va-in. valve for use on domestic hot water
supply systems for relief of damaging pressures caused
by ranges and tank heaters.
APPROVED
Both Red Top Relief Valves are approved by Underwriters' Laboratories, Inc., and by State and Municipal Bureaus of Water and Boiler Inspection.
CUMBERLAND AND UNION WATER WORKS CO.
Limited.
G. W. CLINTON, Managing Director.
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.
ich, Mr. and Mrs. Mclnnes, Mr. and
•Irs. Wisdom, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson,
.Mr. aud Mrs. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. Hitler, Mr. and Mrs. Greenway. Mrs. J.
C. Smith, Mrs. Sterling, Mrs. McBean,
sir. and Mrs. Macintosh, Miss L. Lew-
,s, Miss K.' Freeland, W. J. Goodwin.
Several others who would have lik-
id to be present were unavoidably
•letalned, but sent their congratulations and best wishes.
Mrs. Segrave is the oldest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lewis of this
city. Mr. Segrave and she were united in marriage In Holy Trinity Church
Cumberland, B.C. . twenty-live years
ago, hy Rev. John Cleland, minister
jf the parish at that time.
Mr. and Mrs. Segrave on their 25th
anniversary   were  the   recipients   of j
many  beautiful  and  costly  presents
(rom their relatives and friends, near
and far.
UNDER SIXTEEN
(Continued from Page Two)
/ou tell lies?" asks the ticket-seller.
"Sure   I'll   go   inside  and   see   the
movies,"
In this case the law is upheld after
*he doorman has been called upon to
ivict the persistent'youth. During I
ihe argument a dozen bright young-1
3ters- sneak in without Ickets and',
3catter among the audience where j
the ushers C3n't round them up.
The outside staff gets back io busi-
ness and fur a while 'there Is a steady |
stream of legitimate customers. Then
■there waddles up a stout dame, followed hy two girls obviously under
age.
"Madam." explains the doorman,
"you can't take those children in."
"Why not?" bristles the good lady.
"They're not big enough."
"They're full grown for their size."
"Yes. but they are not old enough
for their age. I mean their younger than they should be.'How old are
they?"
The stout dame looks at the pair
speculatively,  then   says:,
"1 should guess there's about eighteen months difference between them."
"Guess! Guess! Then who should
know. If you don't?"
"Their parents possibly," snaps the
good woman. "I never saw those
children until you called my attention
to them, Oo you imagine I go about
adopting strange youngsters In thoa-
tre lobbies,  perhaps?"
"Pass ln madam," Invites the doorman a little dazed. Then he escorts
the children to the sidewalk and begs
them to run away as fast as they can.
They wander round to the alley,
slip through one of the emergency
exits, and before they are.caught '.he
picture is practically over.
The queue before the ticket wicket
Is getting longer and longer. There
are more people ln the lobby than In
the theatre, and most of them are suspected of being under age. The head
usher, summoned frantically to render
TIDE TABLE for COMOX DISTRICT
JANUARY
Date     Day     Time H't.   Time Ht.
Time
Ht.     Time
H't
20   |    P.    | 5:51   12.8 | 10:33   11.1      1
14:32
12.1   |   22:21
''    1.4
21   |    Sa.   | 6:25   13.3 | 11:23   11.0
15:07
12.0   |   22:58
0.9
22   |    S.    I 6:57   13.5 | 12:06   10.8
15:46
11.9   j   22:36
0.7
23   |    M.    | 7:27   13.6 | 12:47   10.3
16:35
11.8   |   	
24   |    Tu.   | 0:16     d.7 |   7:56   13.7
13:27
9.6   |   17:34
ii.6
2j   |    W.    | 0:57     1.0 |   8.24   13.7
14:08
8.7   |   18:39
11.3
26   |    Th.   | 1:39     1.8 |   8:53   13.7
14:52
7.7   |   19:49
10.9
27   |    P.    | 2:22    3.0 |   9:23   13.6
15:40
6.7   |   21:04
10.5
28   |    ba.    | 3:06     4.5 |   9.54   13.5
16:35
5.6   |   22:25
10.2
29   |    S.    | 3:54     6.2 | 10:27   13.4
17:33
4.5 -(   23:56
10.3
30   |    M.    | 4:51     7.9 | 11:04   13.2
18:34
3.4   j   	
31   |    Tu.   | 1:37   10.9 |   6:04    9.5    J
11:46
13.1   |   19:34
2.4
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Or Your Money Back. That's the Plan on Which Moone's Emerald
Oil Is Sold by All Good Druggists.
This wonderful preparation non-
known all over America as 3Ioone,!i
Kmernld Oil Is so efficient in the
treatment of Inflammatory foot troubles that the unbearable soreness and
pain often stops with one application.
Moone's Emerald Oil ls safe and
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tbat all unpleasant odors resulting
(rom excessive foot persiratlon are
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Be patient; don't expect a single
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! It's a wonderful formula—this
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1 sell lots of it.
expert assistance, searches everybody
who claims to be sixteen for birth certificates, but only a few are found. A
Protestant girl has brought the family
Uihle, along as proof that Mary Jingle
was boru ln 1912, but she weakens
under cross-examination and admits
that she is Agnes and not Alary. Tho
head usliei* gives it as his considered
opinion that tilings have come to a
line pitch when you can't believe what
you cant believe what you see In the
Bible any more, and what's the world
coming to anyway?
The answer comes over the telephone. A friendly theatre manager
at the other end of town sends in the
glad tidings that tlle official guardian
ot* children under sixteen years has
gone fishing and won't he back until
midnight.
Whereupon the doorman, the ticket-
seller and the head usher unanimously agree that any boy or girl who Is
ln the possesion of a dime and desire
lo see the show ls Ipso facto of thc
full age of sixteen years or over, and
business Immediately starts to boom.
Vancouver  Province
TIIE WISE FRIEND
Once upon a time—and not very
long ago^there was a brother and
sister who had a friend.   A very spec-
Children Like It—
So Will You
"IP
Ii of . Ik?"
•". Th. yr
'hin«    W 4
At the flrst list
fr     ^tt  Cold, buy "Buckley*! .   	
*■ flrst dose does two things—
relieves the cough instantly and
delights the Usta. Different from
.s all other remedies for Coughs,
11 Colds, Bronchitis. Pr»venta"Flu",
It Pneumonia and all Throat and
m\ Lung troubles. Sold everywhere
m\ under money-refunded guarantee.
B\ W. K. Bnekley, Limited,
W     142 Mutual St, Toronto 1
Sll   Acu like a flash—
• lingl. lip pros*. It
lal friend he was, who told them stories about men who flew through the
skies over far-flung spaces of the
earth; of boys and girls who had
thrilling and mysterious adventures-
of others who had most unusual situations confront them, yet managed
to come through their tests with
steadfast and courageous hearts; of
wild animals in deep jungles-how
| hey lived, bunted and died. Such a
| host of things di,, thelr good friend
'-ell  them  of. and   how   Interestingly
ne told them!
Came  the  time  when   their  friend
moved away to another town. Brother
and sister were saddened by his going
or  they knew they   would  miss his
cheery smile and the wonderful stores and amusing anecdotes he was so
pn.l of telling them. Then one day
he  postman   brought  them   a  letter
from tlieir friend, in  which  he told
them he was sending them The Youths
?n?J",aM0n 80 t"at ""* would not
forget him and that in It they would
tlnd just the sort of stories they had
enjoyed hearing hlm tell
And sure enough a day or two later
the magazine arrived, and brother and
sister found that lt truly did have Just
such wonderful stories of adventure
and sport and mystery, and just such
Jokes as as they loved so well. And
every time that a new number of the
^uths Companion nrrived they wrote
a note to their friend and told him
how much pleasure the magazine gave
them.
You, too, may have just that same
pleasure, or give that pleasure, by
means of a subscription to the Youth's
Companion.   Subscribers will receive:
1. The Youth's Companion—12 big
monthly issues in 1928, and
2. Two extra numbers to new subscribers ordering within 30 days.
All  for  $2.00.
3. The Companion's new book of
humor "1001 One Miunte Stories"
also included FREE (send 10c.
to cover postage and handling).
THE YOUTH'S COMPANION
S N Dept., Boston, Mass.
Subscriptions Received at this Office
<\
24 TELEPHONE 100       \
TAXI
Car   leaves  Cumberland   Hotel
at 9:00 a.m. every Sunday and
meets boat at Union Bay.
3n9»n^a3na^ai*«»ni:'
L Union Hotel
Cumberland, B. C.
Electrically Heated
Throughout
Our Service is the BEST 1
R. YATES, Proprietor
Phone 15 Phone 15   ! I
LINGER LONGER DANCE
One of the prettiest and most suc-
cesful dances of the season was held
In the Ilo-Ilo Hall on Friday evening
last; sponsored by the Linger Longer
Club. The hall was beautifully Weo
corated. The arches being latticed
with pale pink, mauve and lemon
colored crepe paper and the pillars
draped with the same material whilst
suspended from the celling were numerous lanterns ln a variety of shades
which blended with artistic exactness
with the rest of the decorations. The
appearance of the hall was, In no
small degree, responsible for the outstanding success of the dance.
The attendance was tne greatest
the Linger LongerClub has ever en-
jayed, the hall being filled to capacity.
Excellent music was supplied by
the Canary Club Orchestra under the
direction of Mr. Herb. Roy.
The proceeds of the dance are to
be donated to the Cumberland General
Hospital for th purpose of furnishing
a room ln the new wing.
npHE QUALITY OF BEERX
- 1 depends, of course, almost vj
rentirely upon the MATERIAL that is1
used in its composition.
The main constituents are MALT,
which gives it BODY and CONDITION, and HOPS, which FLAVOR
and PRESERVE it.
We are using only the finest CANADIAN MALT and the finest BRITISH
COLUMBIA HOPS, blended with the
best IMPORTED BOHEMIAN HOPS,
thus our BEERS are fine, pure and
palatable.
Our storage capacity is very large,
which enables us to create in our
Beer the qualities of RIPENESS and
MATURITY.
We brew and bottle the famous OLD
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER, try it
For sale at Government Liquor Stores
and Beer Parlors.   Free delivery
to any part of the City.
WESTMINSTER BREWERY LTD.
g 1km Westminster    B.C. g
This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
Wt Invite tbt public
to visit our Brewery
Plant, at New Westminster, where they
cm convince them-
etlvM of the truth
Of our statements.
Our January Special
CLEAN-UP SALE
Of MERCHANDISE at PRICES that you should take
advantage of as they are REAL MONEY SAVERS
BOYS* DEPARTMENT—
Boys' Winter Mackinaw Coats, reduced to $4.95
Boys' Navy All Wool serge Reefer Coats now only $2.95
Boys' All Wool Knicker pants in navy serge, lined 79c
Boys' Sweaters in All Wool Pullovers, Fancy and Jazz
Patterns from    $185
Boys' Strong All Solid Leather School Shoes at $2.95
and $3.75
MEN'S SHIRT SPECIAL in Fine English Broadcloth regular $1.95 in plain colors, White, Blue
Mauve and Pongee colors.
FOR SATURDAY'S AND MONDAY'S SELLING
$1.65or 3for $4.50
Men's All Wool Mackinaw Coats reduced to $6.50
Flannelette Blankets  in TABLE     OILCLOTH
White and  Grey,  large
size now, per pair $2.45 50c. per yard
ALL LADIE'S SWEATERS at REDUCED PRICES
MEN'S SWEATERS  in Men's    Solid     Leather
button front or pullover     Work   Shoes,   clean   up
reduced to   $2.95       price  $3.95
15  Pairs  Men's Romeo   A SPECIAL in Ladies'
 —-—,——_—Slippers,   one   strap   in
Slippers in brown Don-       Black Kid    2,, p!jirs all
gola kid, special at $2;45       sjzes at    $1.95
MEN'S    WORK     SOX 4 pairs for $1.00
THE MANUFACTURERS' AGENCY
Mackenzie & Partridge
Opposite Post Office, Cumberland
E. L. SAUNDERS
UP-TO-DATE SHOE REPAIRER.
It pays to have your shoes repaired as they wear
longer after repairing than when new.
I aim to give the best in Material, Workmanship and
Service at—
THE FAMILY SHOE REPAIRERS
Note address— Opposite the Drug Store.
agBgggasBaBggiaaiastagMgg^ PAGE EIGHT
THE CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
FRIDAY,   JANUARY   20,   1828.
Special Clearing
Prices:
Our stock of Ladies' Coats, as woll as all Girls' Coats
will be offered on Saturday at a Reduction of 20%.
No reserve—take your choice of any coat, and
save 20%.
Ladies' Dresses, absolutely no reserve—Walk upstairs and save, not ten, but twenty per cent. Your
choice of any Dress in the store at a saving of 20 per ct.
Ladies' Millinery. We still have a fair assortment
to choose from and all are at Ono Price to effect a
quick clearance. See the lot. Any Hat on the
counter, $2 95.
ABOVE REDUCTIONS FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
NEW
BATTERYLESS
MARCONI
Six Tube Set
 ILLUMINATED ONE DIAL CONTROL	
Beautiful Cabinet
Operates off light socket with or without aerial
Uses the new Radiatron A. C. Tubes
Call or 'phone for a demostration of this set
Corfield Motors Ltd.
Ford Dealers—Courtenay.
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COMING
A NEW
ESSEX
The Vogue of To-morrow
DON'T BUY YOUR NEW CAR UNTIL YOU SEE THIS
GREATEST OF ESSEX CARS
Agents
PIDCOCK & MCRENZ1E MOTORS
Limited
HUDSON—ESSEX— and —DODGE BROS.
Motor Cars
Phone 25
Courtenay
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Cumberland Personals .
The Women's Auxiliary of Hols-
Trinity Church held a special meeting at the home of Mrs. Jack Devlin
ou Thursday evening last.
ss * *
Mr. A. G. Kirk, the well known
representative of Corfleld Motors, who
went to England some months ago
has returned to the district, accompanied by his bride. Ho ls receiving
the congratulations of his many
friends ln thc district.
Mr. A. A. Brown of Vancouver was
a vl3lt»>r to this eity last week end,
renewing old acquaintances.
ss ss ss
Mr. Clifford O'Neil, of Victoria, a
tully qualified druggist has joined tho
staff of bang's Drug Store.
•   .   •
Mr. George Finbow antl Rev. Jean
Finbow are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Murray, west Cumberland.
Mr. Frank Shaw, of Campbell River
who has been the guest of his sister,
Mrs. L. Nunns and of his brother, Mr.
Rupert Shaw, returned to his home
today.
ss     ss     ss
Mr. antl Mrs. E. 0. Robathan left
for Victoria on Tuesday morning laat
to attend a meeting of the Diocesan
Board of tbe Anglican Women's Auxiliaries. Mv. Robathan will be thc
speakev at one of the sessions while
Mrs. Robathan is a representative
from the loca.1 W.A.
*       .      .
Mrs. H. B-yan left for Victoria last
Tuesday to attend the meeting of the
Diocesan of the Anglican Women's
Auxiliaries.
ss     *     ss
The friends of Mrs. Peterson will
be pleased to learn that she was
well enough to leave the General Hospital last Tuesday.
*     ss     ss
Oregon Agricultural College, Coru-
vallls, Jan. 12.—Fimllay McKinno:i,
of Cumberland, has been pledged to
XI Sigma Pi, national honorary fraternity in forestry. He is one of the
eleven pledges announced at a Forestry Club dinner at tbe Peavey Arboretum, 7 miles north of Cornvallis.
Selection of pledges is based on scholarship, character and leadership.
ss      .      *
Enjoyable Whist
Drive and Dance.
An enjoyable whist drive and dance
was held last Saturday evening in the
War Veto: ins' Hall, under the auspices of the Canadian Legion, B.E.S.L.
Tbe prizes were won by Mrs. Aspesy, ladles first and Mrs. Weir, second, Mr. Frank Monaco, Gents, first,
and Mrs. Avmstrong (substitute) second. A handsome basket of candy
was drawn for, the lucky winner being Mr. W. Marshall. Excelent music for the dance was supplied by Mrs,
W. Hudson, and Messrs. J. H. Robertson. H. Thompson and Les. Dando.
The many friends of Mr. Andrew-
Robertson will be sorry to learn that
he underwent a serious opevation at
the Cumberland General Hospital
Thursday  morning.
The Burn's Cronies held a very enjoyable Whist Drive and Dance in the
Anglican Hall on Saturday ovening
last.
Prize  winners in tlte whist, ware;
Ladles' lirst, Mrs. L. Ilundea; second Mrs. G. Johnston; Gents, first
Mrs. T. Vincent (substitute); second,
Mr. R. Goodali.
After the whist, refreshments were
served, which wero followed by dancing.
City Council
Sworn In
(Continued from page one)
FIRE WARDENS
Alderman Ledlngham (chairman)
"        Parnham
Banuerman
The following officers were reappointed for Gie year 1928.
Medical Health Officer—Dr. E. R.
Hicks; City Clerk—W. H, Cope; Electrical Inspector—E. Hughes; Teamster—J. Baird.
Alderman Mumford was appointed
to represent the Council on the Hospital Board. It was regularly moved
and seconded that the Mayor antl City,
Clerk lie empowered to sign all
cheques for the City and School
Board, and so transact all banking
business.
The pioneers are to be granted the
use of the City Hall on the 21st instant for their meeting.
It was decided that a letter of
thanks be forwarded to Mr. E. Hughes
for the many acts of service he has
rendered to the city regarding electricity.
The next meeting ot the Council
will be held on January 30h and
following that every alternate Monday
There being no further business
the meeting adjourned.
At the Ilo-Ilo
This Friday and Saurday
JOHN
WHEN A MAN
LOVES'
Holy Trinity Talent
Club Have Social.
The members of the Girls' Talent
Club ot Holy Trinity Church wero
hostesses at a most successful social
on Monday evening last.
The evening was spent In dancing
and games, winners in tl e guessing
competition being Miss An tie Mann
and Mr Les. Dando. Dainty refreshments were served by members of the
club.
Among those present were;
Misses Norma Panihitm, Jean McNaughton, Annie Mann. Vincen Auchterlone, Isabel Brown. Jessie Brown,
Barbara Grant, Marjorie Drown. Sheila Conway, Lily Grant. Kathleen aud
Gwen Emily, Phyils Burrows. M. Tarbell, F. Sehl, Blanche Dando, Margaret Robinson, Irma Knowlton, Elsie Hiagg.irt, Messrs. Art-hie Dick,
Leslie Dando, Jim Rennie, Hector
Treen, John Richardson, Dick Idiens,
Norman Robinson, George Tarbell.
Mr. and Mrs. E. o. Robathan, Mr, and
Mrs. L. Thomas, Mrs. Finch. Mrs.
Cameron, Mrs. MacDonald. Mr. and
Mrs. F.  Kindersly.
Dolores Costello
WAsVHCts.     BftOl,   mOPUCTIOH
MONDAY ONLY
Rin-Tin-Tin
In
"DOG of the REGIMENT'
The life story of Rin-Tin-Tin before
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also clitipltr 11 of
"THE TRAIT. OF THE TIGEIT
WEDNESDAY ONLY
TOM MIX
In
"THE CIRCUS ACE"
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
LAURA LA PLANTE
In
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al«n the Colleirlnns
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Through the development of tht new Westinghouse
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This model is the greatest value in radio. Costs but
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The tone is mellow and sweet, and for selectivity and
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Let us demonstrate the 67 in your home without coil
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LANG'S DRUG STORE
IT PAYS TO HEAL AT LANG'S -        CUMBERLAND
Distributors for B.C.; E. Q.    Prior & Co., Vancouver, B.C.
Westinghouse
BATTERYLESS AND BATTERY
RADIO and RADIOLAS
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Dental "Surgeon
Oibce Cor. ot Dunsmuir Ave.
Opposite llo-llo Theatre
CUM1IERLAND, B.C.
Mrs. E. R. Hicks entertained at the
tea hour Tuesday afternoon last
Minto
Mr. William Florey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. M. Piercy arrived from Oregon I
aaid Is spending a few days holiday!
in the valley.
Mitts Nancy Williamson Is spending j
a few days vacation with her sister j
Mrs. Mearns at Esquimalt.
Mr. James .Monks,  who underwent!
an operation In tha Cumberland Cen- j
eral Hospital recently is progressing
very favorably a.nd expects to be able j
to return to hh home shortly. ;
Miss Calnan has had to relinquish |
ber duties as teacher at the Valley j
school owing to illness.   Her place Is
being taken by Miss Horbury of Cum-
berland.
Mr. Alex Walker of Cumberland';
was visiting the Valley on Sunday j
last, renewing ncqualntanceu. i
Mrs. W. C. Whyte, who bas been j
visiting Mr.  and  Mrs.  Monks at Al-1
bernl expects to return to her home
this week end.
Mr. L. Wain returned to Camp bust
Sunday, after spending n month's va-1
cation with relatives.
TRY
V
A.  Henderson
■     FOR
Confectionery,
Toaccos,
. Pipes and Smokers'
Sundries.
In   selecting   your   Chocolates,
always choose the best at Uttle
extra cost.
We sell Moir's—always
fresh.
.9
»*«f ii ■■ n^m*t*m
DINING ROOM
Our Dining Room offers good (ood,
good  service,  reasonable  charges.
Kir g George Hotel
Our Week-end SPECIAL
On display in our window
A  RICH  CARAMEL  FILLED   WITH   COCOANUT
WALNUTS   AN'D   BRAZILS
at
Iter   MID    OH/.
20c
l    Saturday, January 21     |
IN  THE
ILO-ILO DANCE HALL        |
H MUSIC BY THE DISTRICT'S BEST j§|
I Canary Club  Orchestra 1
Royal Confectionery
COURTESY, QUALITY & SERVICE
(PLAYING THE PEPPIEST AND LATEST DANCE HITS1 es
DANCING FROM 9 TO 12 ||
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