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"Eternal Love"
ymberland Islan
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With which Is consolidated the Cumberland News.
At the Ilo-Ilo
This Week End
FORTY-EIGHTH   VBAH—sVo.   35
CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH COLUMBIA
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th, 19211
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:  TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Railroad President Visits
Cumberland: Grants Interview
| 51-lb. TVEE CAUGHT
IN COMOX HARBOK
On Tuesday morning last, Mr. Cecil |
Smith  wa.s fortunate to  land a  big J
McLellan Wins
A" Class Shoot
«
 .....      .. _     _ j Tj,ee    salmon,    In    Comox    harbor,!
Island One of  the  Beauty  Spots of  Canada  Says Sir  Henry \ weighing 51 pounds, the largest flsh  Successful Competition Held by
Thornton
[ caught   so   fur   this   season.
Rod and Gun Club
_.   .   ..      _       ..       „ ,.      .  _ „ ,    ..       , | anglers honking big flsh included Mr. I 	
». *. ^m)«??i?IL3tl ™lh?}l~\ Si#°^?!Wile/n uro«g?^5.0anad^ but! William  Jamleson,  36   pounder  and     Much Interest was shown in the big
shoot held on  Sunday by the dan
ism
ways Is becoming interested in the de-; so far as British Columbia was con
veiupment ot Vancouver Island was tern ed, Colonel Hum, the Vice-
evidenced by the visit of Sir Henry; president ol the Canadian National
Thornton, president of the Canadian Railways, wns being placed in resi-
National, in the district during the tlence at Vancouver und it would be
past week. Sir Henry was the guest | tils duty to investigate the various dt-
of Lieut.-Col. C. W. Villiers nt Beau- jvelopment schemes and report to him
fort House, Cumberland, on Friday from, time to time. He assured the
and Saturday and although the visit ^delegation thai any bona flde dcvel-
was ot an informal nature, it wus ar- [opinent scheme would receive the full-j fan he Heen
ranged through the kindness of Col. |eat consideration.
Villiers   for   a   delegation   from   the     A dispatch from Victoria says that
Courtenay-Comox Board of Trade toj'.jn J1'" 1rt'tlU1'!1 fi°S ? luu!' up thn lH'
land which took hlm as far us Cum-,
wait   upon   his   guest   ou   Saturday berland,  Sir  Henry  Thornton stated' still utt
morning.   Consequently Messrs. P. L. that lie was leaving Victoria with a | ermen.
SCHOOLS BEGIN TO
woRkoNTU,s„Av,EXTENSION MINES NOW
EMPLOY 125 MINERS
--PROSPECTS BRIGHT
Douglas lauded another about
the same weight. Mr. H. Erlckson Erland Rodand Oun Ciub at iheir
and an Indian fisher got on.- each g,'ounda °" tne Courtenny road, a
weighing in the neighborhood of forty j ]ar*e all(l enthusiastic- gallery watoli-
poundB, whilst Mr. Ainstle of Vaueou- lnS ltie ™\ow marksmen wiiha greal
ver, a guest nt the Blk Hotel landed *»' ,,f lll,m's' The Bboot wan di-
a  38-poundor.    A  good   mnnv   boats  vl,k'<< intl) ,vvo clllS8es "A" I1Ill] "IJ"-
out from enrly morning The invlxm' c,Ma w»» for,hl1 trophy Und
I until quite lato In the evening. donated by Mr. L. Frelone and known  toke
I    Campbell   River    while   not   quite|«8 the Frelone cup, whilst the latter   plac
bo good a8 was the case last week, Is |conteBl   »">  for  ,lu'  handsome cupjbeei
donated  hy the club.
Mr,  I).  Mackle, a  member of the
Nanaimo club took part in the shorn
in "A" class but did not contest for
I the eup us the competition wus oon-
I fined   to  members   ofthe   local   chili
ting large numbers of llsh-
On Tuesday next, September 3rd, |
the Cumberland Public and High I
Schools will re-open for tbe fall term I
after a real good holiday. One or
two changes will be noticed amongsl
the teachers of both schools. Miss
BlatOllford of the High School staff
resigned ut the end of last term und
her place Will bo taken by Miss .Mary
H. Johnson, who was last year on
the stall' or the Agassiz School. In
the public school section, Mr. II B.
.Murray resigned •<> accept the prln-
cipalship of the Tort Alberni school
Miss  Q,  McFadyen  resigned  to
up  'he nursing profession.  Both
places on the Public schol stall have
been filled, two local girls being appointed. Miss Jessie Bnlrd uud Miss
Margarei Robinson,
Bride-To-Be Is
Honored by Friends
Cumberland. Aug. 26.—A very delightful bridge and china shover, at
which Misses B. Dando and P. Sehl
and Mrs. W. Bruce Gordon wer 3 joint
hostesses was held ou Friday 1 veiling
nt the home of Mrs. E. w. Bickle in
! honor of Miss Janet Graham whose
I marriage takes place early In Beptem-.
ber.
The room was prettily decorated
with asters, Bweet pens, and gladioli,
in shades of pink and mauve. Six
! tables of bridge were In play the wln-
\ ner of the first prize being Mrs. Pol-
1 lock and the con:iolatir-\ Miss Muriel
[ McPhee. After the cards a light -iup
I per was served bj  the host
In this class, Mr. W. StcLellan, Jr.,
was returned ihe winner wilh 45 dead
birds out of Tii), Mr. Joe Cordon being
awarded a beam If ul spoon t'or tbe
second highest with 43 out of BO, The
following were the scores in "A"
class:
P. Pranclola, 38; J. Gordon, 43; W.
McLellan, Jr.. 45J It. Bennie 40; I)
Mackle (visitor from Nanaimo (dub
4U.
In  llie •'Ii" class competition,  Mr.
L. Frelone wus top man wilh 11 dc.ul
birds  out  of 50,   I).   Franciola   being
; awarded a spoon  for  second  highest
Alexander .Mine at South Wel-
intfton  Pumped Out—prospects of Increased Trade
Bright
Alii.
i' months
in' 1
i cloie-i
k'lislu
ii   mini's
Wt)
re   i'i-ii]
Monde
)   lusl nm
1 W
I'llllS'SllllS
were i
mgugod, i
mil
li is the
Ml*    III,'
nuut be
Compaii)
i'. until 11
cm
engage
ita <>r n
mon h
ns been i
"ii 1
ted.   It
I'd   Iln
a nbout
150
mon fri
smith will eventually lie bach
old Jobs andili,. remaining l:
will   be  recruited  f
I markel of miners 011
Denman Defeats
T I  tf*\   •   1      ■ I    TlllK Information  was given  in the
LOCal LriCKeterS 1 Xanaimo  Fre,  Press Wednesday af-
Bx-
opened   on
!-•'> men
Intention
1 further
■a rly  300
> expect-
m  Lady-
ui their
'.'< or 150
be   general
■ment
iu   Hi
('. Dalton ,24; H Gibson (25 birds
only). 11; I.. Frelone. .41; (1. McLellan, 34; 1). Franciola, 3D; Jus. Oam-
Bfr Henry Thornton, from ;
departure for Mexico, where he
Visitor in Cumberland last week
at Beaufort House.
recent photograph, taken just prior to his
Inspected ibe railways. Sir Henry was n
nd. tbe guesi of U.-Col. Charles \V. Villiers
When the .u'oU's had been cleared I with 3D dead birds.
(everyone sealed themselves in a cir-j    Following were th
] cle and Miss Blanche D;u:do assisted
I by Miss noron™ Sehl carried in an
: umbrella shaped into a rose and made
■ beautiful with nuge petals of varying
! shades of pink and rose crepe p.tper.
! Th;? handle was bound with green and ,
ion lho top wasa lovely bow of pule [(,,,,)n (26 birdsonly) 14; J. H. Cameron
pink tulle. The shower of Gifts were 81; VV. Vnhle, 27; ('. Aitken, 20; Curl
laid at ths feet of the bride a::d sh" I Coe, 33.
\ assisted by Mis:; Dando, opened the I 	
■packages.   Miss Graham thanked the'-» I      .".     —,
; donors kindly for their lovely gifts and ■ D3LS6D&1I    VJclPIC
I good wishes.   A most enjoyable eve- J
: ning was brought to a close with the i r*     1      f       r\
j singing of "For Sue's a Jolly Good! CllCIS 111 Dr&W
Fellow." 	
'    The invited guests were: Misses G. j _
; McFadyen.  Ida  McFadyen,  Christine   Darkness 1'uts a Stop to Twi-
j McKinnon. T. Galllvan, N. Hildabrand, |jn]i(   I cno-tip  ft-amp
;D.   Maxwell,   M.   Sutton,    Kathleen: s
; Cooper, Jessie McLennan, Muriel Mc-
! Phee, Lena Carey, M. Tarbell. Myra
j Thompson, P. Partridge, M. Michell,
1 Gladys Rey, Lottie Dallos and Mar-
j garet Red ford and Mesdames A. Constable, Ed. ClifTe, H. w. Cooper; P. Pollock, A. Auchlnvole, Jr., Wm. Auchlnvole, C. Dando. Jr., R. Robertson, McKenzie, Kirk. J. Denny, R. Cliffe. W.
H. Cope. T. R. S. Graham, C. C. Oraham, Simms und T. Graham.
Anderton   (president),   C   S.   Wood,
(Secretary) and W. A. W. Humes went
up to Beaufort House and had a very
Interesting meeting with Sir Henry.
Mr. Anderton  reminded  Sir  Henry
much greater conviction of the potentialities of Vancouver Island than ever
before.
Tlie president stated that there were
several  leads  regarding  opportunities
that Vancouver Island was providing | for development and that these would
year after year greater attractions to
tourists. He also pointed out that an
effort was being made to have the administration of Strathcona Park taken
over by the National Parks Board,
tiiat this park would provide winter
sports in summer time within a few
hours' distance of the most beautiful
beaches on tlie Island.
81r Henry told the delegation that
he was very much impressed with the
beauty of Vancouver Island: he had
heard of its wonderful scenery but it
surpassed any idea he had formed of
what lt would be like and when that
In coming up the lslnnd Highway lie
had not seen ten per cent of tiie Island's beauty he mnde the remark that
the other ninety per cent must surely
be wonderful. He said that there were
many calls for development, industrial
be gone thoroughly into by Colonel
Hiaiu, who is to be the personal representative of Sir Henry, with wide
executive powers, on the British Columbia coast.
Sir Henry was greatly impressed by
the scenic beauty of thc districts over
which he travelled, and said it far surpassed his previous conception of the
Island, reminding him. in u British
Columbia setting, of Switzerland and
the fjords of Norway.
"Scenically," said Sir Henry, "the
Island is one of the beauty "spots of
Canada, and commercially and industrially is has a great future." It was,
he said, impossible to gauge the extent of the Island's advancement
within the next fe wyears, for the natural resources of the territory had not
been scratched.
FAMILIAR FIGURE
OF UNION BAY
FOUND DEAD
Lee Yeun Loy.a Union Hay Chtna-
Wedding
O'Krkn - Hughes
The wedding of Clara Louise, only
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hughes
man and a resident of tho shipping of Courtenay, to Mr. M, J, O'Brien was
point  for a  great  many  years   was j solemnized   at   St.   Andrew's   United
found on the beach ubout s o'clock
Sunday morning after being missing
since Friday, August 23rd, The deceased was a very familiar figure at
the Bay and could often be seen pushing and old cart around, containing
firewood, etc. He lost bis log In an
accident utt In* shipping point some
eighteen yenrs ago and since thai
time has been iu the habit of gathering driftwood and sometimes going
out In a llai-bniiom boat to pick up
stray logs. It is presumed he went
out last Friday and hy some menu
orother not determined, fell out of
his boat and was drowned.
Police Court News
On Monday, August the 10th, before
Magistrate W, A. W. Hames, Victor
Carlstrand, of Courtenay, was charged under section 13, of the Mot or
Vehicles Act, with driving to the
common danger and was. fined $1Q.0Q
and costs,
On Monday, August ihe 20th, before
Stlpendary Magistrate G. Dates, William H. McNully. of Koyal Oak, B.C.,
w*as charged under section 13 of the
Motor Vehicles Act with driving to
the common danger nud wus fined
$30.00 and costs.
Church.   Vancouver.
August 21st.
on   Wednesday,
Call For Tenders
For Installation of
Coal Pulverizer*
Advertisement of Local Interest
Appears in Current Issue
of the Gazette
Residents of Cumberland will be
I greatly Interested to know thu' in
1 connection with tlie use of coal hi a
; pulverized form, the current Issue of
! the Canadian Gazette contains au advertisement culling for tenders for
ihe supply mul Installation of two
'. coal pulverizing and burning equipment and boiler settings for the Gov-
ernmeni Central Heating Planta »t
Ottawa.
1 When the equipment is installed
coal operators all over Canada will
await with great interest tbe results
j obtained us sueees to the venture
Will assist  a declining industry.
Dr. and Mrs. McNaughton motored
to Victoria on Monday.
Cumberland, Aug, 29.—Mesdames
Hicks, Bryan, MacNaughton. Frame,
Dick and Bickle were joint hostesses
at a very enjoyable tea and miscellaneous shower on Wednesday afternoon given at the home of Mrs. E. W.
Bickle in honor of Miss Janet Graham
whose marriage takes pluce shortly.
The room looked very pretty with
various colored gladioli, sweet peas and
asters. On the table stood two huge
Kupie dolls dressed ns bride and
groom and between them was it parasol at the bottom of whicli white tulle
was draped. From the top of the
parasol four satin streamers came
down to meet the table nnd at the end ;
of each streamer was placed a Kupie
doll. On either end the table burned
pink and silver tapers in silver
sconces. Mrs. C. Simms and Mrs.
Thomas Graham presided at the urns,
while Mesdames Ledlngham, Nash and
Parnham assisted the hostesses with
the serving.
During the early afternoon a guessing contest took place, Mrs. R. P.
Christie winning the prize.
After tea had been served each of
the hostesses brought in a parasol
laden with many beautiful gifts und
showered them on Miss Graham, The
recipient, assisted by Miss B. Dando,
opened the packages and thanked each
donor for her beautiful gift. The afternoon was brought to a clone with
the singing of "For She's a Jolly Good
Fellow,"
I'ROtiKAMMEH FOH  WY.Y.K
AT ILO-ILO THEATRE
For the coming week the Ilo-
Ilo Theatre oilers two or tlie
outstanding picturos of the year
in "Redskin" and "Submarnle."
"Redskin" is beautifully pictured in natural colors and "Submarine" is based on tlie .-ink-
inn of the American submarine
S-17 which actually occurred a
year or so ago. On Wednesday
only a fust moving comedy-dra-
ma "Heart to Heart" will be
shown.
The programme is as follows:
This week end: John Harry-
more  in  "Eternal   Love."
Monday and Tuesday, Richard   Dix  111  "Redskin".
Wednesday only: Alary AslOl'
and Lloyd Hughes In "Heart to
Heart."
Thursday, Friday and Saturday! Jack Holt in "Submarine".
The Cuiliberland Cubs anil Courtenay juniors played a twilight leugue
fixture, at Courtenay on Wednesday
which resulted In a draw, darkness
causing the ball tossers to call it off
in the sixth Innings. The locals held
Courtenaylteg scoreless until the last
of the sixth when the gathering darkness ennbled the farmers to score
and making a tie ofthe game. Tbe
battery for Courtenay was Laver uud
McLeod and Moyer and Clarke did
duty for Cumberlntid.
Short score: H
Courtenay    0 0 0 0 0 2 8— ',
Cumberland    1 30001 3—1!
R
Offer Made For
Property Reverting
To City Council
Short Meeting of City Council
Return Game to Be Played on
Sunday
The Cumberland cricketers entertained a tenm of Denman Island
Cricketers at the week end on the
local ground, when a most enjoyable
game resulted. The home team were
short banded at the start of the game,
two of the most conslsent players
being absent. J. Idlens, star hatter
and Harry Taylor the locals fast
howler both being prevented from
getting down tothe Held In time for
tho start. Taylor, Iiowever, put in
au appearance a few minutes after
the eighth wicket of tbe Denmanites
had fallen and soon puta slop to the
hopes of the visitors. The fust bowler got the last two wickets for two
runs. Denman Island Innings closed
for 59 runs. Hull and Vernon-Jones
started the bowling for Cumberland,
the former getting :t wickets for 31
runs, and the latter obtaining ■■ for!
19 runs. Dando relieved Vernon-
Jones for one over when the latter j
was switched tothe opposite end.
Taylor arriving and replacing Hall.
The visitors considering they had not I
played cricket for many years pul upj
wonderful show and were heartllj j
congratulated    by    the   Cumberland |
eleven.
The visitors ulso did well In tho
field .two of their howlers, R. Lacon
and Rol tun obtaining \ wickets for
6 runs and 3 wickets for 6 runs, respectively. The Cumberland innings
closed fur 17 .12 runs behind their
opponents.
tornoon by Mr. John Hunt .manager
ni the Cnnadlail Collieries i Dunsmuir) Lid. Asked as to ibe prospect
of opening the Alexandra mine at
South Wellington, Mr. Hunt said lhat
ii was now ready for operation. All
surplus water bud been pumped out,
and as soon as the market demanded,
he said, it would probably be re-open-
Od. In any . vent, with the coal market \[r. it is at present, sufficiently
warrenty lias been secured to encour-
Former Resident
Weds at Capital
KM 1MCRK    DANIELS
age   the
Extensh
npany to
ilme
lu t
nd eventually, between
miners will be at work
ion mines, and, although
lot all of them will reside In Uuly-
miih, (be majority will, and it should
ie good  news for the Smelter City,
:is well as for Xanainio, and Ihe Island generally. It shows lhat the
coal trade is improving, and the Improvement comes at least two weeks
before the general demand as shown
in   past  years,
Ladies' Orders
Conduct Funeral
Of Mrs. Devoy
.Manv Friends and Relatives Pay
Last Hespects to Well
Known Lady
Th
pla
Vory title businoss came hefore the
city council on Monday night lasl
when the Mayor presided over the
council with Alderman C. J. Parnham, T, ll. Mumford, .). Ledlngham,
J. Williams and D. Bannerman pro-
sent. .Minutes of the previous meeting were read by the cily clerk Cope
und were adopted aa read. Rills and
accounts to tbe amounl of Sr^G.iM
woro presented and referred to the
finance committee.
Only two communications came before   the  council,   both   doullng   with
the   Whyoherluy  properly.    The  first
communication was from W. T. Turn-
bull,   who  stated   lhat   he   would  assume the unpaid balance on the Wychorley  property,  paying at  the  rate
; of $20,00 per month this figure to Include (axes ami all carrying charges.
I The other communication   was  from
j Mrs.   AiiHiu-rlonio,   who   staled   she
would   like  10 rent   ibe   Wliyehqrley
! property,  paying   fjn.o"   per   month
j for same.   After <|iiit,- *. little diseus-
slon, ii was decided to ofTor the property io .Mr. Tumbull, the price to be
at  tin- tale of ?20,00 per month, nml
taxes,    palling Mr. Turnbull accepting the Council's offer, tho property
will bo offered to Mrs. Auchlerlonle
Mr.  N. 0,   De  Win   ,wlm  la  now  occupying ilie residence, it was decided
to give him .10 days notice to vacate.
Reports of tlie various committees
were   also   presented    and   progress
for the health committee, Al-
nian   Williams   repotted   one  case
One result of tbe recent conference' of  chicken   pox   and   two   cases   of
of the powers at The Hague was the] whooping  cough.     Hoard   of  Work"
funeral of Mrs. W. Devoy took
on   Sunday   last   nt   4   o'clock
from the  Undertaking Parlors of T.
13.  Hunks,  Interment taking place  in
the   Cumberland   Cemetery   with   llie
In   the   second   innings,   Denman j R(JV    ,    R    ^ew(l(   0fjjC|„
W.B.A, Review No i; and Ladles'
Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of
Eagles, ni whicli deceased was a
member conducted the services at the
graveside A large number of friends
and relatlvs a Mended io pay their
lust respects to a well-known beloved
resident, andtbe muny beautiful floral
tributes received bore mute tribute to
the great esteem in which deceased
was hold.   Sbe was borne to her last
A   111
■oil
y ceret
souy  took  place at
llie   Hi
,tl*'
ipolltan
ri
ilted t'liiiifii  mt
Augusl
21
, when
Hf
,   w. j. Slpprell
united
In
m;iill:i
5e
.MtiilBi1. daughter
nl* mm
ml
Mrs, A
J.
Daniels, 301 Mo-
Pherso
11 1
ivehue,
and
Mr, Jaok I'our-
nore nf
N
anali	
sun
nr Mr, uml Mrs.
A.   J.
Fi
niracre
nl*
Tllllcura   Road
Victor!
a.
rormerl)
"I*
Cumberland.
Tho
bride, who
\V;
s (,'ivs'n in inur-
riiiR.'   1
*>'
her fall
il'T.
wore ;i  rharm-
Iiik svei
Ml
UK gOWt
of
whlto georgette,
SS'illl   s]
80'
releae 1"
idle
,. and three-tier
skin. 1
Iro
pplng tc
i Hi
e ankles at the
beck.
He
r vol] u
f Bi
ift silk net was.
hold w
III!
ii liif
lol
of orange blos-
Mims.iuiil
she iai
•Wei
1 ;i  bouquet of
Ophelia roses and sweet peas.
sbe was attended by ber sister,
Miss Maquinna Daniels, who wore a
frock of rosewood georgette, made
wilh high waistline and full skirt
trimmed at tho hemline with a bund
Of velvet ribbon in various shades of
rosewood. Her bat of the same shade
was trimmed with u velvet ribbon and
slio carried a sheaf of delft blue delphiniums,
Little .\liss Glad
ofthe g
made 50 fnr 7 wickets, then declared.
Taylor In this innings had the wonderful average of 5 for 13. Cumberland replied with 54 for 4 wlckots,
ihe scores on the two Innings being
Denman LOD, Cumberland 101, A re
turn game will be played at Denman
island on Sunday.
A feature ofthe game was the fielding of H. Watson, a member of the
Cumberland Baseball team.
Denman Island First Innings:
Moodv. c. Watson, b. Vernon-JonesH
Bolton, b. Hall 3
Russell, l.b.w., b. Hall 0
H. R. Lacon. b. Vernon-Jones IU
Rossiter, c. Vaughan, b, Hull 1
C. C. Lacon. b. Vernon-Jones 18
R. LaLcou. c. Tavlor, b. Vernon-
Jones H)
Dickson, c, Dando. b. Vernon-Jones 0
Shallcross, b. Taylor 0
V. Lacon, not out . 0
L. Dickson, c. Dando, b. Taylor 0
Extras 3
resting pla
friends, M
Wm, Browi
burn. Jus. i
In   our  silent   city   by
srs,   Thos,   Armstorng,
John   Davis    Alex.   Rao-
lltors and Sydney Hunt..
lie  laini
following   floral
gratefully   ackn
'ibutes   are
/lodged   by
-Mr
Wm,   Devoy   and   chil
59
Bowling:   Vernon-Jones.   .r)   for   1!);
Hall 3 for 31; Dando I) lor 4; Taylor 2
for 2.
Cumberland  lirst   .Innings
Hall, l.b.w., b   Dickson
Vaughan. c, Russell, b   Bolton
Taylor, c. Shallcross, b. R. LaLcon
Dando. c. Russell, b. R, Lacon
Watson, c. Moody, b, Dickson
Guy.  h.   Bolton
J. L.  Brown, b. R   Lacon
T. Carney, run out
Whyte, b. Boll on
Vernon-Jones, b. R. Lacon
Mnlbon,  not   out
Extras
Pillow
dren.
Cross- Junior Rose Court.
Wreaths-Court Bevan 9830, A.O.F.;
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Brown   and   Billy,   R.
Dowllng:  Dickson, 2 ior ao;  n
Lacon,  (i   lor   13:   R,   Lacon   I   for
Bolton, 3 for d
Denman   Sriu mid   Innings
V  Lacon, b  Taylor
L, Dickson, h. Taylor
Shallcross,   b.  Taylor
Dickson, b. Guy
R, Lacon. c. and b. Taylor
C. C. Lacon, b. Hall
Rossiter, c, Watson, b. Taylor
Russell,   not   oul
Extras
Hoid: Ladli - Auxiliary, F.O.E.; Review No 17. W.B.A.; Mr and Mrs, H.
Heaps; Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Shearer;
Mr ind Mrs. Jas Smith: Alex Miller;
Mr, and Mrs, Young and family; Mr,
and Mis Saunders and family; Mr.
K. Huulgo and T. Hauyufll Mr J
Baird; Mr, and Mrs. Win Henderson,
Jr.
Spraye Mr and Mf- a Henderson;
Mr. and Mrs. -J.is Walker; Mr .uid
,)■ . Jack Williams; Mr and Mrs.
Sommerville; Mr. and Mrs. John Mll-
ler;  Mr   ..ud Mrs   R. K. Walker nnd]
tamlly; Mr and Mrs (if.. Henderson;   CRICKET GAME   VI
Mrs   W   Pol i !    Mr   and Mr-   I-', c.
Pearse; ■'■!:*  and Mi-  -Logan, Mr, und'
ii   Mn     Sam   Miller,   Mr.   and   Mrs    A
.;    *   ■' kl Mi    antl  Mi |   J   Thompson;
ml ii  Ri sc i'''',i■   Mr  and Mn,  w.
47  Watson. Mr and Mrs  J, Small. Mr
i;     nd mi    j Morrtsi n;  Mra   K. Mar- j
in    i fi hi;   "'i j ■!.:.  in  and Jean;   Mr. t
uracre cousin
was power girl, wearing
a frilled frock of pale green organdie
and enrried a baakot of Bweet pens.
.Mr. Edward Brockenrldge was best
man andthe ushers woro Messrs. Cyril
Mitchell and Bert Bailey.
Mrs. McMaster and friends of tho
bride had decorated the church beautifully for the occasion. Mr. Edward
Parsons played ihe organ,aud while
Uie register was being signed, Mr.s.
Horace Newell sang "Beloved It Is
Morn."
At Lho reception which followed,
Mrs. Daniels in a navy blue and white
ensemble ami bat lo match and Mrs.
Fouracre in blue georgeMc and a
fawn but, assisted assisted In receiving the guests.
A three-tier wedding cake centred
teh table surrounded by sconces hold-
Ing pink tapers and silver vases filled
Willi pink sweet peas. The table was
The | presided over hy Mrs. Arthur Weight
Mrs. T. II Fletcher, Mrs. Donald Service. .Mrs. Victor Fouracre, Mrs. H.
W. Baker and Miss Fount tin. of Vancouver, in turn and tlio following
friends oi ihe bride assisted iu serving:   Llie   Misses   .Mary Clark.   Winnie
ami Dorothy Urquhart, Amy Heath,
Ruth  Sanders  and   Barbara  Daniels.
Mr. and Mrs. Fouracre left for a
motor trip on the Mainland and later
will make their home in Xanainio.
where   the   groom   is on   the   teaching
Btaff of tlie Central Sel 1 . ThL. bride
has been ontho teaching stall' of the
Oaklands Public School, Victoria, for
Boveral years.
For iraveling the bride wore an
ensemble of blue and white, with skirt
of polka do' pattern and a georgette
coat Wilh this she wor<j a fur choker .ihe gift ofthe groom.
To the groom the brido gave a
wrist watch; tin: groom's KiR to the
bridesmaid was a brooch; to the
flower girl, bangles; (<i the best man,
till!    links,and   to   the   ushers,   silver
pocket  knives
Among ihe out-of-town guests at
the wedding were Mrs. MacDonald of
Nanaimo; Mrs. Donald Service, of
Vancouver; Miss Fountain of Vancouver; Mrs Horace Newell, nf Vanouver. ami Mr. King-ley Wiseman,
f   Powell   River
DENMAN ISLAM)
CANCELLED
Tl.-'   i rh is't   game   which   should
havo been  pi i\' d al   Denman  Island
• nd Mr..,  W. Shearer;  Mr. and  Mrs.;1"1  Sunday  lias  been  poslpi 1.    At
'i'       robi    Mt   .uid  Mi     ii   s   the   imi.'   arrnugomenti   were   made,
Mi   and Mrs. Joa Zanlnl; Mr.   tho   local   (ocrctarj   overlooked   the
.■nd   Mis   J    J.   Puller;   Mr   ant)   Mrs.   ,    . , ,. r
I co.   Pe, ■[;,    Mr    and   Mrs.   T,   H    Uu'.   L!lal   ',H'   ">llowInS <l;l>   waa   U
■:     : .i   Mi     Morrison  and   l,,mr |);|>' ;M"1 !l hi,: holiday.    Many
family; Mr and Mrs. James Small and of th" mombers of ile* crlekel  club
mlly;  Mr   and Mrs. A. Marilla; Mr.  are going dnwn to S'analmo on Monday  in tak,.  part   in  the  flrsl   aid  and
mine   rescue   contests   and   others   Intend   going   off   on   week end   llshing
nd M ■ .:' . and family; Mr. nnd
'Mi,. P, Dickinson and family; Mr. and
11 ! Mr-.   J.   Miller;   Mr.   ami   Mis.   Thos.
8 j Baulty and  family. Hugh and Bill.
BIG BUSINESS FOR
OLD COUNTKY MINES |notfll1
agreement by Italy lo purchase a reported all cily streets idled and a
million tons of British coal annually, general clean-Up of the suvets com-
for use on her stnte railroads, menced.
This will be good news to all con-j
nected   wilh   the  coal   inudsiry   and
with rajild strides being made by tbe] The many friends of Mr, Jack (Jil-
vitrloUsH governments iu the matter lospie will be sorry to hear thnt ho
of pulverized coal burning equipment, has been confined tothe Cumberland
"Conl should he king" again  before | General   Hospital   for   the   past  fow
very long. weeks.
H. R. Lacon, Bolton and Moody did
not. bal "id
Bowlngl: Taylor f> for 13; Vernon-
Jones 0 for 12; Hall 1 lor lit; Guy 1
for 2.
Cumberland Second Innings
Vaughan, b. R   Lacon 2
Taylor, b. C. c. Lacon Ui-i
Watson, b. R. Lacon 1
Guy. b. R. Lacon 13
C.  Dando,  not  oul 7
Extras           5
Brown,   Mnlbon.   Whyte,   Vernon-
Jones, Hall, Carney did not bal      54
Bowling: R. Lacon. li for 15; Bolton
0 for «; Russell u tor 11; H. R. Lacon
1 for 7; C. C, Lacon. 1 for 8,
t  trips,  making   it   Impossible  for  the
loeal leani lo travel to the Island.
On Friday nigln last the Cumber. However, ilk expected thai a game
land cricketers, or at least a few or will be arranged late,' on. If it Is
ihem journeyed to the baseball nol possible to arrange .i game thl-s
ground to play the ball tossors n season, tho fixture will be considered
g.uiie of baseball. The cricketers | for early next
wero defentod 13-7. Quito a lot of
Interest was shown In ihe game wlhch
was quite coin leal and kepi the spectators in n.ars of laughter. A feature of the gatue was the funning
nf "Chalky" Bales who at his own
request, went in as a pinch hitter,
Oeorge Quy, who hat] never seen a
baseball until Friday night wa.s tho
man
Miss Katie Bartoldi entertained a
number nt friends mi Friday evening
in honor ot Mis'. Josie Peroni. The
evening was spent in dancing and
dancing Those presenl included the
Misses v< ra Pickettl, Mary dozzano,
Beatrice Cavallero, Emma Picketti.
Katie and Josie Bono and Messrs,
. John and Joe Pickettl, KarlCoe, C,
responsible  for  fanning  Butos. Bobba and Louis Bartoldi. PAGE TWO
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
FRIDAY, AUGUST Will, HI2U
The Cumberland Islander
PUBLISHED  EVERY   FRIDAY   AT   CUMBERLAND,   B.C.
KDWARD W. BICKLE
WET FEET IN SCHOOL
SCHOOL will re-open on Wednesday. We sincerely trust that all teachers and scholars
have benefitted by their long holiday and
that this next term will be the best they have
ever entered upon. Soon, in about another six
weeks we shall be having the wet days with us
and the roads in the rural sections will be quite
muddy. Children having to travel over some ot
these roads will, undoubtedly get wet feet and
mauy of the children attending rural schools
stiller from defective tonsils becauae they sit in
school with wel feet, It would be a good plan
for children travelling through the wei to have
a pair of slippers so that they can change on arriving at tin- school, Teachers should insist that
the children do not remain in school with wet
feet.
Dr. McKenzie Smith, of Toronto, in a recent
lecture said lhat among pupils whose tonsils were
inspeeted oil per cent were in need of immediate
attention, ami stated that he had not the slighest
doubt that rural road conditions were responsible
for much id' the trouble.
ARE OL'K CHILDREN UNDER NOURISHED?
those coming
"nt   invest iga-
POOR children are more healthful th
from wealthy families. At least i
tions seem to point thai  way.
Several year.-- ago the Deparlment or Health of the City
of Xew York conducteda survey of one million school
children and found that 216,000 or more than twenty per
cenl were seriously under-nourished and in Immediate
need of a physician's eare; while 811,000 or over sixty per
cent were on the borderline of malnutrition; and only a
trifle over seventeen per ent perfectly normal.
This created much comment at the time. Inn undoubtedly
most fathers and mothers outside of New Yorlt or otlier
metropolitan centers decided thai nnder-noiirishnienl was
largely a city problem andthal their particular children
were In no danger whatever. The poverty of the slums
of the great city had been talked about for generations,
and what could one expect—and with this reflection, the
matter was forgotten.
In a recent issue of the New Jersey Journal of Education, however, Dr. Daniel R. Ilodgdon outlines the results
of a more recent investigation which seems io prove that
under-nourlshment is not the sole property of the poor
child, but rather that it leans toward Ibe children of 'he
family of moderate means, and even more forcibly toward
tbose of well-to-do parents.
Dr. Ilodgdon has unearthed something thai should be of
vital interest to the parents oModay. After an investigation in three schools he found that the percentage of malnourished children showing more than ten per cent underweight was never as high in » school patronized by
poor children as in another catering to the well-to-do.
In a third school, attended by children from families of
modern means, ihe percentage of under-nourished was
lower in certain grades, higher in others, and tied In one,
with that of the poorer school—but as a whole the tots
of modem means were not as healthy as the poor children.
Percentages were kept by grades. In ihe firsl grade tin
high percentage of malnourished children was found to
be in ibe school attended by children from middle-class
home-, Iu the second, Fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh
grades, tlie children from well-to-do families made by initio' worse showing. En tlie third grade, the moderate and
thi' well-to-do tied for the poorest showing ihe percentage being more than twice thai of the pooler children In
the third school.
Then, is evidently food for thoughl here, li looks as
though lack of food is rar less responsible for undernourishment than Ihe eating of ihe wrong food
Al any rate, in one of ibe Bchools mentioned above, two
groups of malnutritions children between thL. ages of five
and six years were selected so that there werP twenty
children in each group. One group wa.. fed orange juice
und milk; oue teaspoonful of orange Juice wltb each glass
of milk. The other group was fed plain pasteurized milk
nf ii good quality.
Tlie orange fed group bad an average gain of two and
one-half limes thut of tbe nillli led group al ibe end of
twenty weeks and in the orange fed group there Wils ""
evldnece of malnutrition left.
According to Dr. Ilodgdon "the advantages of orange
Juice over milk for recess periods are many, It contains
lime in a small amount. It furnishes nn excellent iron
sail. It supplies vitamines -especially '*" which pasteurized milk randy does. It is free from possible contamination. It requires no pasteurization, It stimulates lime
retention ln the teeth, bone tissues and body fluids."
Isn't there food for thought here? Due begins to see
why ii is that Ihe dirty little urchin with a piece of fruit
ora raw carrot in his hand looks more robust than the
spoiled child of more affluent parents -a child that may
have so many foods to choose from that be makes ii a
practice to choose those thnt appeal to bis taste, while
lie Ignores many thnt nre needed for health's sake.
The child who eats plentifully of green vegetables and
fresh fruit, need nol fear malnutrition. It should be a
pleasure to take siicba simple and delicious remedy,
—Betty Barclay.
NEW YORK MULTIMILLIONAIRE HERE
FOR TYEE FISHING
Famous   Broker   at    Campbell
River—Goes After Gold
Medal
Determined above all else to gain
for himself the distinction of being
a gold medalist of the Tyee Club, of
which club leading sportsmen from
all over the world have won their
membership tli rough their skill in
capturing the lighting salmon, Ben
B. Bryan, veteran operator of Wall
Street nud multi-millionaire head ot
the interim tional financial house oi
Logan & Bryan, haa arrived from New
York* and early Wednesday set out
by motor car on the long trip up the
Island to Campbell River,
Air. Uryan came through from New
Vork Incognito and has been shunning business associates, being bent
only on going after the big salmon,
lie ls hobbling on a cane, asa result
of Injuries he suffered In a fall lasl
year, bul declared that hobble or no
bobble he was out lo get the big
medal. Big salmon hnve succumbed
io bis prowess in 'he lasl several
years nt Campbell River nnd he gained the bronze and then the silver medal lor his -kill. The gold medal is
gained by only the most consumate
fishermen nnd is possessed by only
a few persons in the world.
As a young clerk, Mr. Bryan came
out from his home In Scotland to
work In the Bank of Montreal. After
a few years he thought he saw bigger
opportunities for himself aud went to
Chicago, where he got Into the wheat
pit. His success was phenomenal.
Me made millions and became head of
ihe wire house, which bears bis name,
with brnmhes in every city of importance iu Canada and the United
States. Ho widespread Is the firm's
connection, thai on many days it is
responsible for 2f> per cent of the
total volume of orders put through on
the New York  Stock Exchange.
JFOH SALE-PURE BRED JERSEY
! Cow. Freshens ilrst week of Oct-
■ ober. First class. Apply Kiddie,
j Sandwick, B.C.. Rhone 152X:
[FOH QUCK SALE-PIANO. PRAC-
i tically new. In Al Shape; cost
' $485. For Quick Sale will sell for
|    $295.00,    Apply at Islander Office.
AGENTS WANTED
?1U0 WEEKLY EASY—EITHER SEX
selling PALCO products lo every
bome, office, garage, autoist. Fasi
sellers. Good commission. Free
samples. P. A. LEFEBVRE & CO.
LTD., Alexandria, Out.
both schools ready to receive the
scholars for the commencement of
the 'nil u,ni which commences on
Tuesday.
CARD OF THANKS , CARD OF THANKS The   shingling   of   the   Cumberland
Mr.  W.   Devoy and  family  wish  loi   [Public   School   is   almost  completed
express their heart-felt thanks to the |    Mr.  \V.  Devoyand  family  wish  to  and  Is  expected  this week  will  see
nurses  and  doctors of  Ihe  Cumber- j express   their   thanks  for  the  many'', , ■■■■■■■*•.■■■■■■ •	
land General Hospital for their kind I kind  words  of sympathy  and  floral , ', !
attention  during the illness  of Mrs. j tributes received during their recent  » I
Un,,™™,* A School For Little Children   i
a!
Inter-City Rapid Transit    I
FAST THROUGH FREIGHT SERVICE j
Cumberland to Victoria and Way Points
*-*♦■♦••-♦•   ♦* ***♦ * -m *'-*•* -•-   swk
Lenvos Victoria Tuesday Night—Leaves Cumberland
Wednesday   Xoou.
PHONE CUMBERLAND
VICTORIA PHONE 74S2
Furniture Moving a Specialty—let us quote you a price
5>HS*i>='Si"S*s'^->-'W^;-
.-ill
will be opened in Cumberland in September
Hours: 9 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Daily
NOTICE OF FATE AND PLACE GIVEN LATER
The Three R's, etc., Drill, Kindergarten Games and
Occupations
ELLEN C WATSON, COMOX P.O.
DR. W. BRUCE GORDON
Dental Surgeon
Office Cor. of Dunsmuir Ave.
Opposite Ilo-Ilo Theatre
CUMBERLAND.  B.C.
RILEY'S TRANSFER
Orders lefl al  Henderson's Candy Store will receive
nr     PROMPT ATTENTION     "^
David Hunden, Jr.
COAL      -      GENERAL HAULING
of all descriptions
—     WOOD
Automobile Side  Curtains Repaired
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Also Harness Repairs
E. L. SAUNDERS
THE FAMILY SHOE REPAIRERS
SURE!
Ma gives
the children
Comox Jersey Ice Cream
"Because it is so rich in pure Cream." But tbe children
are more interested in the cold, smooth, tastiness of
Jersey Ice Cream and so will you be once you sit down
to enjoy this wonderful treat.
AT YOUR FAVORITE VENDORS
 * *      *
Comox Creamery Association
Courtenay, B. C.
Road mishaps
put lines
out twice in
one day
Twice on Tuesday. August 20
as thc result of road mishaps,
Kamloops   was   cut   oIT   from
telephonic communication with
Vancouver, ami nine other
long-distance circuits and a
number of local linrs serving
llaney suliscriliers were put
out of order
At 1 a.m. a five-ton truck
skidded from the highway
about on-half mile east of
Haney and crashed inlo a telephone pole, breaking it off at
the base. That afternoon at
4:30, a road gang cut down a
large tree about four miles
east of Haney. It landed on
the telephone lines, tearing
down one poli- ami putting all
circuits carried on il out of
commission.
In both cases telephone men
made speedy temporary repairs  to  restore service.
li. C, TLEPHONE CO.
CANADIAN  .NATIONAL RAILWAYS
Summer Train SorvlCG
'^Confederation" )c:.v>'S Vancouver
10.;t<J a,ui. dally for Kamloops, Jasper,
Edmonton, .Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon Winnipeg, ami Toronto making
close connection!) for all Ontario and
Bouthurn points.
"Continental Limited" loaves Vancouver 0.60 p.m. Dally Ior Kamloops,
Jasper, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, making close
connection for Maritime and United
Status points. This train carries
through standard sleeper i" Chicago
via Diilutli and also through standard
steeper to Kelowna via Armstrong and
Vernon.
Summer Steamship Sen ice from    !
Vanroover
Alaska sailings every Monday 8.00 i
p.m. via Prince Rupert. y
Prince Rupert, Anyox and Stewart,1
sailings every Wedm -day nnd Saturday at 8.00 p.m.
Weekly sailings lo Queen Charlotte
Islands,
Mr. Dave Lockhart returned from
a vacation .-pent in Vancouver on
Thursday ia.it.
COMOX FAL
Monday
September 2nd
Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Farm and Garden Produce,
Fruit and Flowers
Over $2,000 in Prizes
Women's Institute Exhibits by Courtenay, Hornby Island and Denman Isl'd
Domestic Science Classes, Sports, Horse Racing, Bronco,
and Steer Riding, Trade Exhibits,
and Concessions
ALL THE FUN OF THE FAIR!
Catering by the Couwenay Women's Institute
E. FELIX THOMAS, Secretary.
FAIR
SPORTS PROGRAM
Official opening by Dr. Geo. K. MacNaughton, M.L.A.,
on (he grounds at 1 :30 p.m.
Baseball—Courtenay-Cumberland-Union Bay—
1st game   1:45 p.m.
2nd game   4:00 p.m.
Horseshoe Pitching (Mr. O. P. Johnson, supervisor—
Make your entry with Mr. P. L. Anderson, 2 p.m.
Highland Dancing (Mr, Walter Brown in charge)
  2:30 p.m.
Shetland Pony Race 2:45 p.m.
R.ice for Ponies not exceeding 141*. hands .... 3:00 p.m.
Wrestling on horseback (3 in each team) .... 3:20 p.m.
Bare back and saddle obstacle race 3:40 p.m.
liorse race over low hurdles (open)   3:55 p.m.
Rolling Pin throwing contest, for married ladies only,
Mr. Wm. Douglas in charge.   Rolling pins supplied.   Throwing wil be at dummy and the lady
who hits her man most times wins the prize.)—
  4:00p.m.
Husband calling contest (Mr. Wm. Douglas in charge)
  4:15 p.m.
Calf Riding for boys under 16 years of age .... 4:20 p.m.
Broncho Busting and Steer Riding .... 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Swimming and Log Rolling (Mr. M. S. Stephens in
charge)    5:30 p.m.
50 yard swim for girls under 16
50 yard swim for boys under 16
100 yards swimming race (open)
Official Starter: J. W. McKenzie, Jr.
Official Judge: Wm. A. Urquhart
Official Announcer: Walter Woodhus
This programme subject to change.
BIG "WHOOPIE" DANCE
at Night in NATIVE SONS' HALL
When Special Prizes Will be Drawn PAGE FOUR
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 80th, 1929
NAME OP PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OP PROPERTY
«  *9
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatslno
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
Quatsino
RUPERT DISTRICT-Continued
Subd. Fr. E'/2 Sec. 19, Tp. 11, Plan 761.
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 3 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots I to 20, Blk. 4	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 5 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 6 	
Land &z Improvement Co  Lots I to 20, Blk. 7 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk 8	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 0 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots I to 20, Blk. 10	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 19, Blk 11 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk 12 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 13	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 14 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 6. Blk. 15 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 5, Blk. 16 	
Land &: Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 10, Blk. 17       	
Land He Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 14, Blk. 18        	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 19    	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 20 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 21 	
Land st Improvement Co  Lots 1 lo 20, Blk. 22 	
Land (Si Improvement Co  Lois 1 to 18, Blk. 23 	
Land & Improvement Co  Lois 1 to 5, Blk. 24   	
Land & Improvement Co  Lots 1 to 22, Blk. 25        	
Land Ss Improvement Co      Lots 1 to 15, Blk. 25A 	
Land & Improvement Co     Lots 1 to 12, Blk. 26 	
Land is Improvement Co     Lots 1 to 27, Blk. 27       	
Land & Improvement Co     Lots 1 to 28, Blk. 27A	
Township 33.
    SW'/s  Sec. 28 	
Township 36
    SEU ot SWU Sec. 20 	
    SW'.',  OF NEW, NWU of NWtt, SEy.
NW'i, S',4 of SW'.i of NWH, W16 of
SW'/s, NW'i of SE"., Sec. 20 	
    E'.s of SE's & SW'i of SEVi of Sec 36
Olson, Armine Oscar 	
Muir, J. N. Estate	
Panes, Kate A	
Carlin, Mrs. Cecilia H.
Township 6.
The British Columbia Land & Investment Agency Ltd 	
John, Bedington H	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy	
Temple, Ernest 	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Jones, Richard 	
Temple, Ernest & Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Jones, Richard  	
Temple, Ernest & Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy	
Temple, Ernest 	
John, Bedllngton H	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Temple, Ernest 	
John, Bedllngton H	
Temple, Ernest &. Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Lee, Francis Valentine Tolderoy 	
Jones, Richard  	
Elliott, McLean & Shandies*
McLachlan, Charles
McLachlan, Charles
Section 21  	
Undiv. 3,16 Int. in Sec. 14 (120 acres)..
Undlv, 9 16 Int. in Sec. 14 (360 acresl.
Undiv. 4!16 Int. In Sec. 14 (160 acres)..
Undiv. 's Int. in Sec. 15 (160 acres)....
Undiv. Vj Int. in Sec. 15 (320 acres)..
Undiv. !i Int. in Sec. 15, (160 acres)..
Undlv. != Int. in Sec. 22 (230 acres)..
Undlv. M Int. in Sec. 22, (115 ac.) 	
Undlv. V, Int. In Fr. Sec. 22 (115 ac.)
Undlv. 916 Int. in Fr. Sec. 23 (exclusive of Indian Reserve) 299.3 acres ....
Undiv. 416 Int. in Fr. Sec. 23, (exclusive of Indian Reserve) 133 acres 	
Undlv. 3 10 Int. in Fr. Sec. 23, (exclusive of Indian Reserve) 99.7 acres	
Undiv. 9|16 Int. Fr. SWU Sec. 26, (exclusive of Indian Reserve) 13 acres ....
Undiv. 4,16 Int. in Fr. SW!4 Sec. 26,
'exclusive of Indian Reserve) 6 ac	
Undiv. 3/16 Int. in Fr. SWVi Sec. 26
(exclusive of Indian Reserve) 4 acres..
Undlv. '1 Int, in Fr. E'» of SE'4 Section 28, (7.5 ac.) 	
Undlv. 14 Int. ln Fr. E'.i of SE'/. Sec 28
(7.5 ac.)  	
Undiv. "a Int. In Fr. Efe of SEH Sec.
28  (15 ac.)   	
Subd.  of  Pt.  NEU   &  SEVi   Sec.  31,
Plan 1329, Block 63 	
COAL LANDS
Rupert District.
Lot  321   	
Block A of Lot 323 	
1280.00
355.84
13.75
18CO0
39.54
13.75
540.00
118.62
13.75
240.00
52.72
13.75
240.00
52.72
13.75
480.00
105.44
13.75
240.00
52.72
13.75
345.00
80.27
13.75
172.50
40.18
13.75
172.50
40.18
13.75
448.80
104.57
13.75
199.50
46.31
13.75
149.70
34.86
13.75
12.60
2.92
13.75
5.70
1.34
13.75
4.20
.96
13.75
11.40
2.62
13.75
11.10
2.57
13.75
22.50
5.21
13.75
46.33
7.04
13.75
458.88
262.37
COMOX DISTRICT
Subd. ol Pt. of Sec. 1, Plan 275.
     Lot  5  	
Millar, Mrs. Mary A	
Subd. of pt. Sees. 6, 7 & 8, Plan 2525.
Matthewson, William A     Part of Lot 1 	
Woods, Thos, Jr., Chas & Evelyn      Southerly pt. of Sec
Reg. under
27185 I (except part W. of road) ....
Subd. pt. of Sec. 36, Plan 1532.
Lot  5
Whittome, J. H    Lots 0, 7 & 8	
Millard, Mrs, M. P    Part of Sec. 42 (except NW 2 acres E.
& N. Rly. R;W & Comox Logging &
Rly, R1W)  	
Scott, Robert Estate     NW 2 acres of section 42   	
Comox Townsite, Plan 104.
Stevenson, Mrs. Mabel      Lot 25 (except E. 10 feet) 	
Foster, Capt. Ed, R    SE 10 chs. of SW 20 chs. of Lot 107 ....
Slmlster, Fred      Parcel A of Lot 120 	
Subd. of part Lot 134, Plan 1705.
     Lots  22  to 41   (Inclusive)   &  Lota 43
Towler, Bruce
to 47   (Inclusive)   	
Subd. of Lot 137 & pt Lot. 201, Plan 2836.
Crease, Dr. A. L  Lot 1 „
Woods, Thos. Jr., Chas & Evelyn   Easterly 14,75 chs. ot Lot 14j
Cadger, Mrs. Annie   NE'i of Lot 166	
Cairns, Thomas Estate   Lot 157 	
Subd. of Lot 158, Plan 1911.
Urquhart, William'       Lots 10 to 16 (Inclusive) 	
Bell, Mrs. Perl     Lot 163 	
Woods, Thos. Jr., Chas & Evelyn  ,   Lot  165  - -	
Subd. of pt. Lot 166, Plan 1845.
Kendall, William    Lot 12, Block D 	
Hardie, Thomas Estate   Lot  181  	
Subd. of pt. Lot 186, Plan 449.
Smith, Percy     Lot B of Subd. of Lot 2, Plan 2234
Lot 3 (Plan 449) 	
51.84       13.75
32.35      13.75
6.00
.55
13.75
149.10
17.31
13.75
134.00
15.14
13.75
42.00
4.67
13.75
75.60
8.53
13.75
46.53
3.68
13.75
7.68
.61
13.75
60.30
5.65
13.76
68.97
6,37
13.75
28.63
3.12
13.75
67.19
7.00
13.75
6.
48.00
5.42
13.75
48.00
5.42
13.75
17.04
1.97
13.75
18.40
2.07
13.76
51.12
5.93
13.76
108.00
12.20
13.75
24.00
2.70
13.76
10.48
.93
13.75
108.00
12.20
13.75
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OK  PROPERTY
o  H
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
6.89
1.03
12.75
20.67
7.36
1.11
12.75
21.22
7.34
1.10
12.75
21.19
7.34
1.10
12 75
21.19
2.18
.32
12.75
15.25
1.84
.26
12.75
14.85
3.67
.55
12.75
16.97
5.07
.72
12.75
18.54
6.88
1.02
12.75
20.65
7.33
1.10
12.75
21.18
7.33
1.10
12.75
21.18
7.31
1.10
12.75
21.16
6.58
1.00
12.75
20.33
1.85
.28
12.75
14.88
7.08
1.25
12.75
21.98
5.39
.85
12.75
18.99
4.35
.75
12.75
17.85
9.89
1.85
12.75
24.49
10.43
1.85
12.76
25.13
30.00
2.79
13.75
46.54
30.00
2.79
13.75
46.54
195.00
18.16
13.75
226.90
54.00
15.80
13.75
83.55
Subd. of Lot 194, Plan 442.
Frey, Louis      Lot 2, Block A 	
Biggs,.John Q     S'-j of S'= of Block E 	
Hart, Mrs. Lyman      Pt. of Lot 217 lying E of Pel. C & SW
of road 	
Subd. of Lot 227, Plan 1289.
Baker, John     WVi of Lot 12	
Urquhart, John K     Lot 247 (except W. C. Rly. R W) 	
Township 4—Plan 552C.
Collard, Lieut.-Col. C. E    Fr. NW1, of Sec. 29      	
Barrett, Henry W. L    SW', of NW', Sec. 32 	
18.00
1.65
13.75
33.40
23.65
2.20
13.75
39.60
23.38
3.29
13.75
45.42
31.00
2.96
13.75
47.71
49.30
5.83
13.75
68.88
135.00
13.00
13.75
162.31
60.00
5.59
13.75
79.34
Personal Mention
.Miss Jessie Balnl returned to the
City on Friday after spending a vacation   in   Powell   Hiver.
.Mrs. John Fraser. of San Francisco
a former resident of Cumberland Is
here on a visit to Mrs. -McRae after
tut absence of seven years.
Mrs. Bruce, of L'nion Bay was a
visitor to Cumlierland (luring the
week atnl whilst here disposed of her
residence, now occupied hy Mr. Frank
Dalby, Mrs. .McAllister, of Bevan, being tiie purchaser, Mr. Dalby will
remove tn his residence at Royston
Beach anil the new owner will move
in from Bevan this week end. Mrs.
McAllister has disposed of her residence in Cumberland to Mrs. Auchlerlonle.
Township 6—Plan 552E.
Holmes, Cedric C. ..    SW',  of SE',  of Sec. 26
I
Bevan Lumber ,V Shingle Co.. Ltd
1649.59
233.29
672.37
306.47
306.47
599.19
306.47
439.02
226.43
226.43
567.12
259.56
198.31
29.27
20.79
18.91
27.77
27.42
41.46
67.12
524.47
308.47
Township 9—Plan 552(1.
E'. of NE', & SE', of Sec. 6 (240 ao
Township HI—Plan 55211.
Fr. Section 29
Township 9—Plan 552<;.
Luxton, Mrs. M. O. O    NE', of SW1,, Wtt of SW, of See. 16
Walkem. Mrs. Charlotte     E. part of SW', of Sec. 21    	
Milligan. Miss Rose          SE'i of SW', of Sec. 32 	
6236.25
1701 15
13.75
8011.15
300.00
59.10
13.75
372.85
68.97
6.36
13.75
89.08
68.97
6.36
13.75
89.08
Township 10—Plan 552H.
Urquhart, John K    Part SE'i of Section 36 	
45.01) 4.17
TIMBERLAND
NEWCASTLE   DISTRICT
Grant Bros. Logging Co    Block  223
RUPERT DISTRICT
McLachlan, Chas  Lot 322
McLachlan, Chas  Lot 324
McLachlan, Chas  Lot 325
McLachlan, Chas.               Lot 326
McLachlan, Chas.               Lot 327
McLachlan. Chas.                           Lol 329
McLachlan, Chas.               Lot 330
583.61
54.74
13.75
652.10
371.74
38.06
13.75
423.55
620.73
57.78
13.75
692.26
209.22
27.74
13.75
340.71
1065.42
99.14
13.75
1178.31
1053.81
98.13
13.75
1165.60
508.08
58.08
13.75
670.51
Dated at Cumberland, B.C., this 26th day of July, 102!).
JAMES L. BROWN,
Provincial Collector, Comox Assessment District.
I    .Messrs, Fraser Watson, J. H. Hob-
| ertson and J.  Halliday  report  a  real
j good llshing trip on tbelr return from
Upper Campbell Lakes,
.Mr. Thomas Moss, who lias been
relieving Mr. J. II. Robertson ,of tho
government telegraph service, has
moved on to Courtenay to relieve Mr.
Aitken.
• •    •
.Mrs, Robert Splttal is the guest of
her sister Mrs. Sam Boothman,
• •    •
Mr.   ami    Mrs.    Harry    Keeler   and
family returned from tlieir summer
camp at Koyston Beach, arriving in
town on Wednesday.
• ♦     «
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson and family
have returned form Gralley Beach
and have taken up tlieir residence ou
.Maryport   avenue,
Mr, and Mrs. Matt Brown have returned after "pending the past two
weeks at the head of  Laky Cumber-
ladti.
Mr. and Mrs. John Walton wero
visitors to Cumberland lasl week end,
motoring up on Saturday and returning to the Capital on Sunday afternoon .accompanied by Miss Rhoda
Walton, who has been spending her
vacation at Royston and Ga-rtley
Beaches with friends.
• •    •
Service will resume at Holy Trinity Church "" Sunday evening at 7
o'clock. A hearty Invitation ia extended  lo nil  to be presnet.
HEALTH SERVICE
ofthe
Canadian Medical Association
Questions concerning Health, addressed to tbe Canadian Medical
Association, 184, College St., Toronto, will be answered personally
by correspondence.
Weight as a Measure of Health
Anyone wbo bas read about health
will have noticed that a considerable
amount of importance is attached to
tihe question of weight. TJie doctor's
office, tbe health centre, the school,
are all furnished with weight scales,
and part of the medical examination
consists In the weighing -of the person who is being examined.
The fact that a child weighs a certain number of pounds does not enable the doctor to classify that child
as healthy or unhealthy. If, however,
the child is considerably under or
over the average weight of children
of the same ago and height, this fact
suggests tbat there may be something
wrong which requires Investigation,
The important point about tlie weight
of a child Is that there should lie a reg
ular gain in weight. This means that
every child should be weighed regularly in order that it may be learned
whether or uot there is a steady gain.
Too much Importance is not to be
placed upon tbe difference between
two consecutive weighings, and in order to bave weights whicli may fairly
be compared, It is necessary that tbey
he made at the same time each day
and with tbe same amount of clothing.
When there is a loss of weight or
when the weight remains stationary,
it means that there is something
wrong with the child's manner of living.
The reason may he insufficient or
Improper food, it may be tbe eatiug
of candy between meals, which prevents the child from being hungry at
[real time, hut tlie most common
cause has nothing to do with food; it
Is due to lack of rest, late bed-time,
uu uncomfortable lied, or an unventi-
lated bedroom.
There are many points which affect
the weigh! of the child, among whicb
are included racial or faniilypecullar-
itlos, but the fact remains that the
child who is free from physical defects and who lives a hygienic life
gains regularly in weight. For these
reasons, although nol expecting too
much from it. il is a wise thing for
parents to have their child weighed
regularly and also see that the school
which he attends bas a weight scala.
In this manner, it is possible to keep
a check on the health progress of the
child
(^iiiijberlapd
Katti       ;
Ncusonabk ;
; Commercial    II rvf/>|
; Headquarter*   |J wt\- 1
i   ACCOM.IIOIJATION THE KKS
! Rooms Steam Heated
\\. MKRRll'IBLH, Prop.
The GEM
Ticks in the Comox District     || BARBER SHOP
60.42
97.88
63.96
22.04
89.09
45.50
Date
I
29
30
31
1
2
3
4
5
Day
Thursday
Fridny
Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Time
6:41
'   7.45
l   0:55
:   2:12
3:23
4:29
I   0:08
0:46
Ht.
2.1
15
11.0
11.8
11.8
11.9
6.6
5.6
Time
14:30
15:38
8:43
9:37
10:28
11:16
5:32
6:33
H't.
11.6
12.3
1.1
0.9
1.1
1.7
11.8
11.8
Time
19:00
20:30
10:22
16:58
17:31
18:03
12:02
12:40
H't
10.6
10.4
12.9
13.2
13.3
133
Time
23:33
21:48
22:42
23:27
18:34
19:06
H't.
12.2
9.8
8.9
78
13.2
13.0
Opposite Ilo-Ilo Theatre
Cumberland, I!. C.
ALBERT EVANS
Practical Harbor & Hairdresser.
Children's liair eut any style 35c
Ladles'  hair  cut any  style  50c
^CONFEDERATION
Daily from VANCCUVIKto ICRCNIC
2X71
2.63       13.76
67.17
67.17
32.76
34.22
133.95
40.45
25.16
133.96
39.00
THE splendid appointments
of the CONFEDERATION
ifford luxurious relaxation.
Serving all the principal cities
on the prairies, this last word in
modern rail express fulfills every
desire for speed and comfort
Through tht
S7IDs, inspiring
Fraser Canyon
in daylight.
*'IH.
W^B
Austin Elliott, who is attached to
H.M.C.S. Vancouver, now stationed at
Comox Harbor, visited liis brother on
Sunday las'. Mr. .Malcolm Elliott.
During the past week three warships
have been at Comox: H.M.C.S. Destroyer Vancouver. H.M.C.S. Mine
Sweeper Thiepval and H.M.C.S. Armentiers. The destroyer is commanded
by Lieut. Commander R. W. Wood.
Shy was given to the Canadian Navy
by the Koyal Navy until such time aa
the two Canadian destroyers now being built in Kngland could be completed.    The   Vancouver  taa  speedy
little  craft
and    carries   a   crew   of
eighty men.
•    •    •
Mr. Victor
Bonora baa quite a gang
working  on
bis new* store which  ia
destined  to
be   Cumberland's   Liquor
Vendor's   he
adtiuartera.
The Imperial Oil Company's agent
was busy today installing tanks and
pumps at Harllng & Ledlngttam's new
garage.
* *    «
Mrs. Alf. Jones nnd son Trevor, returned on Sunday last after a pleas-
au three months visiting relatives
in the Old Country.
• •    •
The streets of Cumberland at the
present time present a very creditable
appearance and the amount of money
spent on oiling and gravelling will
undoubtedly prov,. to he money well
spent. A great deal of credit Is due
the mayor and aldermen for their decision to go ahead wilh this work.
Just ns soon ea some of the loose
gravel can be cleared from the sides
of the ^t reets, the appearance ot
Cumberland streets will compare very
favorably  with  any in  the  province.
Mr. aud Mrs. W. M. Cope were visitors to Powell  Itiver last week.
•   •   •
Mlsa (iweii Emily, of the staff of
the Cumberland Islander is spending
pari of her vacation at Woodfibre,
ibe guest of Mr, and Mrs Chas. Hltchens. former residents of Cumberland,
A man called in the Islander of-
(Ico and begged two shipping tags
yesterday and fastened them on a
-mall sack he had with him. On being asked what be hail there he replied. "Oh. just rocks" We wonder
if our friend bus made a strike aud Is
keeping ii dark.
Bowser
uiliu .tnd ih* world*
fsmoui t: n R I'sttK-iul
Service
"CniUimntal Limited*
M Willi   [(•iljllt»(i Hfc
Canadian National
Further Information from V. \X. Bickle. telephone 86, Cumberland, 1M'„ nr
wrlt« f. F. Karle, District Passenger Agent, Victoria, IM'.
Mr, Gilbert Costlti, who has bcen
I living at Westhotmc for more than a
! yenr, has returned home to Georgia
! Park. Bowser.
j Mrs. J. Summerfelt has returned
from the Cumberland Hospital, where
she underwent an Operation for np-
I pcndlcltls,
I Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Holt spent a week
In Vancouver as the guesU of Mrs.
I Holt's sister, Mrs. Miuldlson.
Mrs. Coburn and Mrs Anderson
Spent a week cnnipink on Denman lslnnd.
Mr Williams Is home on a vacation
'from Home Lake.
Mrs, Clarke nnd her two sons, from
| Washington, nre spending a month's
i vncntion at Deep Bay.
I    Mr.  nnd   Mrs.  O,   W.  Thames  are
I spending a few days nt Vancouver. FRIDAY, AUGUST Siuli, 1029
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER. CUMBERLAND, B.C.
PAGE THREE
TAX SALE
Comox Assessment District
NAME OK PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
a s s
Subd. Lot 5304, Plan 5093.
Kraskow, Fred      Lot 2, Block 6	
Perry, Mrs. Eveline Nelson      Lots 1 & 2, Block 7
63.00 6.85       13.75
180.00        18.74       13.75
Errico, Giuseppe
Subd. Lot 5305, Plan 5094.
Subd. Lots 3 to 6, Blk. B. Plan 5725.
Lots L, M, N, O 	
SAYWARD DISTRICT
Canadian Pu;:ct Sound Lumber &
Timber Co.. Ltd	
Canadian Puget Sound Lumber &
Timber Co.. Ltd	
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday the Uth day of September, 1029, at the hour
ni* one o'clock in the afternoon at the Court House, Cumberland, B.C., I will sell at public auction
the lands on the lis,  hereinafter set out, of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for I e«*ta*^J^l^ST
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 30th day of June, I'.WX and for interest, costs.     Timber Co., Ltd	
,    ..               ,                ,     ,.           .   ,      .   ,   Canadian Puget Sound Lumber Ss
and expenses, Including the cost of advertising said sale, n the total amount due for period ended     Tlmbei. Co  ui	
December 81st   1927 and the interest thereon, together with costs of advertising said sale, are  Canadian Puget sound Lumber &
Timber Co., Ltd	
not sooner paid.
LIST OF PROPERTIES
NAME OF PERSON ASSESSED
SHORT DESCRIPTION
OF PROPERTY
Lot 6
Lot  7  ..
Lot  10
Lot  12
Lot  14
Crockford, William F  Lot 24
Subd. Pt. of Lot 69, Plan 1076.
Drummond, James
Douglas, Mrs. Myrtle
Allison Loaeane, Co. Ltd.
Jnmes. F.  N.
Hartfleld, Melvln R.
Ward,  Michael  .
Ward.   Michael  	
RANGE !, COAST DISTRICT
Lot 10(11
Block "Ii" ol Lot 1454
Lot   1700      	
Lot   1831   ...
Lol   1832  	
75.00
6.90
13.75
05.71
133.50
12.30
13.75
159.64
8.30
.03
13.75
23.04
18.00
1.05
13.75
33.40
24.00
2.22
13.75
39.97
NANAIMO DISTRICT
Hornby Island
Pearse, Theed   N'„ ol' NW'i of Section 11
Pearse. Theed   E'i of SW', of Section 12 ....
Pearse, Theed     E',4 of NE', of Section 12 ....
Pearse, Theed           SE',   ol Sec. 12 	
53.00
5.72
13.75
53.00
5.72
13.75
44.72
5.09
13.75
100.38
12.07
13.75
NELSON  DISTRICT
Subd. of pari of Lol 20. Plan  1841.
Maruya, Isematsu Estate
Wheeler, Albert
Maruya, Isematsu Estate
Lots 1 4:2 ..
Lots 3 si: 4
24.34
24.24
2.68
2.08
13.75
13.75
Ibbotson, Albert
Subd. of pari Lots 20 & 20A.   Plan IS 10.
Lot   12 	
Township 11, Plan 551
Fr. NE', of Section 30 ' 102 act 	
Township 11, Plan 551.   Subd. pari Section 30, Plan 1930.
Herd. Thomas H. Lm  7   9.00
Morgan,   David
Kina. Henry Lone,
Olds,   B.   A.
Holt, Mrs. Aenes C.
Township 11. Plan 551.
Parcel B. of Fr. SW;, ol Sec. 31 	
NEWCASTLE DISTRICT
Pt. Pel. A of Ln(33. South of and adjoining Plan 2-159 i.7 ao  	
Subd. of W. Part of Loi 36, Plan 2070.
.    Lots 1 sk 2 	
...     Lett   4 	
06.00 4.69
24.44 2.46
GROUP 1, NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT
Canadian Puget
Canadian Puget
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
Brooks Scanlon
McOralth, M.
Sound Lumber Co.
Sound Lumber Co.
O'Brien Co., Ltd.
O'Brien Co., Ltd.
O'Brien Co.. Ltd.
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co.,
O'Brien Co., Ltd.
O'Brien Co., Ltd.
O'Brien Co.. Ltd.
O'Brien Co., Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Ltd.
Lot 520
Part Lot 522 11281 acres)  ..
Lot 501        	
Lot 562  ....
Lot 503  . .
Lot 565 	
Lot 566
Lot 507
Lol 508
Lot 560
Lot 570
Lot 571
Lot 572 	
Lol 573 	
Lot 574 	
Lot 15, Blk, 2. Plan 2732. Savary Isd.
264.00
770.40
114.75
120.00
177.75
96.75
224.25
120.00
118.50
156.75
214.50
58.50
105.00
90.00
60.75
21.00
Cahlli, Edwin I).
Marlall. 0   R
Lot   137.*!. Plan  1353, Savary Island.
Lot  "A" 45.00
Lol 0, Blk 3. Plan 5205. Savary Isd . . 50.00
Maslin. J
Hanson. Axel R,
Osborne. Francis  Preston
Hendrlckson, John Lol n>r>
Brooks Scanlon O'Brien Co.. Lid. . Lot 1730
Brooks Scanlon O'Brien Co.. Ltd. Lot 2020
Brooks Scaiiion O'Brien Co., Ltd. Lot 2021
Brooks Scanlon O'Brien Co., Ltd Lot 2622
Subd. Hlk. 2, Lol 1123, .Map .")."),">7
Lot  "B"
Lol   1471
Subd. of BI, Lol 1612, Plan 1077
Lot "B" 	
16.07
150.00
121.40
10.70
97.50
119.25
34.50
153.00
24.54
71.73
10.65
11.16
16.53
8.97
20.85
11.10
11.01
14.55
10.92
5.43
9.75
8.37
6.18
1.95
4.17
3.07
1.53
13.95
13.18
1.98
0.00
11.07
3.18
14.22
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13,75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
13.75
Edmonds.  John
Marlatt. Charles R.
Oolhard. Henry
Subd. Lol  1170, Plan 5238—Subd. Lol "A", Plan 5506.
Lot   2   72.23
Subd. Lot  1172. Plan 5015.
Blks. 7 ,*v a
Lot  4719
457.12
43.00
43.25       13.75
4.84       13.75
Subd. of I'l. Lot   1936, Plan 1919.
Donley, Robert, Olal Olson it M
Christenson
Ellis. Robert B.
Lot "A" .
Lol   5010
Subd. N>, of Lot 5107, Map 5711
Lots 14 to 26, Block 1 	
E. 40 acres of Lot 74, lying between the
E. boundary of said Lot and the E.
boundary of T. L. Lot 49	
Subd. of Lot 114.
Roberts, Pauline Margaret
Lot 2
Lain, Chas. Horton   Lot 117 (Cortez Island) 	
Mason, C. D  Undiv. (4 Int. In Lot 128 (40 acres)
McKenzie, Mrs. S    S. 33.33 chs. of Lot 130 (200acres) 	
Neal, Arthur   Lot 205 	
Nockland, Simon O  Lot 237 	
Paterson, Daniel   Lot 730 	
Wilcox, Jas. Ss Mrs. Ethel V  Lot 871 	
Peterson, Hilda   Lot 898
Murphy, Rowland
Armishaw, Juhn L.
Lot 903	
Township 3.
V/'a of SWVs Sec. 28, Pt. E'.i of SE1/.
Sec. 29 (157.5 acres) 	
60.47
72.47
72.47
63.501
120.20  Badham,
Township 6.
c     NE*s. of NEVi Sec. 34 	
CORTEZ ISLAND
Subd. Pt W'/i of BWM of Sec. 33, Plan 3379.
Ballantlne, Mrs. Gladys G Lot "B" 	
Barrett. William L.
Barrett.
Murphy
Mrs,  Mary
Rowland
S'a of NW'i of Sec. 40 .
SW's of Sec. 40 	
Fr. NE 'A of Sec. 49 	
RUPERT DISTRICT
! Lina Que 	
' McLachlan, Charles   	
i Morton, Albert E	
1 West Vancouver Commercial Co.
Pt. Sec. 68 	
Lot 328 	
Lot  1445  	
Section 1, Quatslno
Milton   Adam
MALCOLM ISLAND
8E14   of  NWH   <St  E'.i   of  Fr.   SWW
Sec 1, E'i of W'.i of Fr. SWti /except
W. 5.5 chs.) Section 1
Eh, of SWM of NW'i  (except W. 5.5
chs.)  Section 1 	
Eileen, Paul K    E',4 of EH of Fr. NE* of Sec. 12 (4 ac)
Mateo'ja,  John       EM, of NEW Sec. 21 	
Hilton, Gustave
Sointula Townsite Addition, Map 816A.
     Blocks 23 & 29 	
81.44
40,65!
I
Township 3.
Bornsteln, Bertha. Yates, James Stu
art Meyer, John T. L., John Bedling-
'    ton   Harold   Levy.   Henry   E„   Fell,    Und. 6,7 Int. in WV» and W'i of E'i
Marion Virglnie     Sec. 33 (411.43 acres)
302.29!
855.88
139.15 j
144.91
208.03
119.47
258.85
144.911
143.26
185.05 pen( Marion Virginia
248.171
77.68
128.50' Bornsteln, Bertha, Yates, James Stu-
112.12     art Meyer, John T. L„ John Bedllng-
8(; (;8     lon   H.   Hett,   Frank   C,   Kingston,
3^70     Georgina and Levy. Henry E    Tp. 5, Und. 6;7 Int. In Sec. 8 (430.2 ac.)
Fell, Marion Virginie      Tp. 5, Und. 1|7 Int. in Sec. 8, (71.8 ac.)
Bornsteln, Bertha, Yates, James Stuart Meyer, John T. L.. John Bedllngton   H.  Hett,  Frank  C,  Kingston,   Tp. 5, Und. 6|7 Int. in Fr. Sec. 17
Georgina and Levy. Henry E     (5.2  acres)   	
    Tp. 5, Und. 1|7 Int. In Fr. Sec. 17
(.8 acres)  	
Hett. Frank C. & Kingston, Georgina ..Und. 1|7 Int. in W'.i & Wis of EMi of
Sec. 33 (68,57 acres) 	
Township 5.
Bornsteln, Berlha, Yates, James Stuart Meyer. John T. L. John Bedllngton   II.  Hett,  Frank  C,  Kingston,    Township 5, Und. 6j7 Int. in Sec. 5
Georgina and Levy, Henry E     (548.6 acres)  	
    Township 5, Und. 1|7 Int. ln Sec. 5
191.4 acres)  	
02.92
73.42
Fell, Marlon Virginie
1501.63
250.37
1918.60
333.40
1570.20
261.80
102.80
3.4S
31.05
177.70
148.42
32.49
120.31
144.07
51.43
180.97
Township 6.
The British Columbia Land & Investment Aiicncy Ltd    Sec.  16
Subd. Pt. NEW Sec. 30, Composite Plan 2746.
Darling, Mrs. Lena Lot 3 	
Jackson.  George      Lot 1, Block 20, Plan 810 	
1 De Veulle, Jane A      Lots 3 & 5, Block 15, Plan 700	
McKenzie   Alex      Lot 13, Block 16, Plan 700	
! Priestlng,' Charles  A. ■ Lots 13 & 15, Block 31, Plan 700 .
514.42
61.59
DeVeulle, Mrs, J A.
Inzumi, Wohei
Broadbenl, H. W.
Broadbent, H. W.
Broadbent, II. w.
Broadbenl, H. W.
Lomos, Mr.s. Catherine
Thomson. Leonard Cfdric Lut "B"
5.00
.50
13.75
19.31
18.00
1.05
13.75
33.40
1.
00,70
6.19
13.75
80.04
Lots 2 4 4, Block 33, Plan 700
Lots 13 Si 15. Block 18, Plan 1329
Lot 14, Block 33, Map 1329 	
Lot 3, Block 28, Plan 1329 	
Lot 4, Block 43, Plan 1329 	
Lots 15 Si 16, Block 48, Plan 1329 	
Pt. of SE'A of Sec. 31 Registered under  17664-C 	
Stevenson.  William
Township 9.
. Lot 1, Block 65,Plan 810A .
Subd. Fr. E'/i Sec. 19, Tp. 11, Plan 761.
Quatslno Land S: Improvement Co.
Quatsino Land st Improvement Co.
Quatsino Land Sc Improvement Co.
Quatsino Land Sz Improvement Co.
Lots 1 to 20, Blk. 1
Lots   1 to 11, Blk. IA .
Lots 1 to 20, Bile. 2 ....
Lots 1 to 13, Blk. 2A
3 68       13.75
.74       13.75
.75       13.75
509.10       13.75
84.87       13.75
644.24       13.75
112.99       13.75
522.32       13.75
88.71       13.75
41.04       13.75
1.18       13.75
1280.00      349.04       13 76
38.38
3.01
13.75
3.00
.27
13.75
8.00
.54
13.75
6.00
.54
11.75
6.00
.54
13.75
5.00
.37
12.75
5.00
.37
12.75
6.28
.59
13.75
5.00
.37
12.75
5.00
.37
13.75
5.00
.37
12.75
16.20
4.41
13.75
I.OO
.17
11.76
7.81
1.10
13.76
3.98
.85
13.75
7.31
1.10
12.76
4.71
.72
19.75
83.60
210.49
120.00
11.23
13.75
144.98
136.64
12.55
13.75
162.94
152.25
14.21
13.75
180.21
201.58
17.61
13.75
232.94
136.64
12.57
13.75
162.96
76.86
7.04
13.75
97.65
20.95
2.13
13.75
36.83
58.05
5.98
13.76
77.73
12.50
1.40
13.75
27.65
134.75
12.62
13.76
161.12
104.00
32.17
13.75
149.92
150.00
13.97
13.75
177.72
48.72
3.69
13.75
66.16
24.00
2.23
13.75
39.98
14.00
1.83
13.75
29.57
7.00
.78
13.75
21.53
40.50
3.75
13.75
58.00
306.13
85.17
13.75
286.05
16.66
1.96
13.75
32.57
15.43
1.78
13.75
30.96
206.13
65.17
13.75
285.05
7.42
.63
13.75
21.80
181.20
16.86
13.75
211.81
12.00
1.36
13.75
27.11
4185.00
389.66
13.75
4588.41
9.86
1.11
13.75
24.72
17.50
3.42
13.75
34.67
10.50
1.00
13.75
25.25
CEALED TENDERS ad Iressed to the
° undersigned, and endorsed "Tender
for Wharf Repairs, Comox. B.C.," will
be received until 12 o'clock noon (daylight saving), Tuesday, September 17,
1929, for the repairs to wharf at Comox, Comox-Alberni District, B.C.
Plans and form of contract can be
seen and specification and forms of
tender obtained at this Department, at
the offices of the District Engineer,
Post Office Building, Victoria, B.C.;
Victoria Builders Exchange, 2509 Prior
Street, Victoria, B.C.. and the Buildings and Construction Industries Exchange, 615 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver, B.C., also at tlie Post Offices, Courtenay, B.C.; Royston, B.C.;
Union Bay, B.C., and Comox, B.C.
Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed forms supplied by
the Department and in accordance
with conditions contained therein.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Bonds of the Dominion ot Canada or
bonds of the Canadian National Railway Company will also be accepted as
security, or bonds nnd a cheque if required to make up an odd amount.
NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained
at this Department by depositing an
accepted cheque for tlie sum of $10.00,
payable to the the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be
returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.
By order,
S. E. O'BRIEN,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa. August 19, 1929.
QEALED TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Wharf Repairs. Union Bay, B.C.,"
will be received until 12 o'clock noon
(daylight saving), Tuesday. September
17, 1929, for the repairs to wharf, at
Union Bay, Comox-Alberni, B.C.
Plans and form of contract can be
seen and specification and forms of
tender obtained at this Department, at
the offices of the District Engineer,,
Post Office Building. Victoria, B.C.;
Victoria Builders Exchange. 2509 Prior
Street, Victoria, B.C.. and The Building and Construction Industries Exchange, 615 West Hastings Street,
Vancouver. B.C.. also at the Post Offices. Comox, B.C.: Courtenay. B.C.;
Royston, B.C., and Union Bay, B.C.
Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed forms supplied by
the Department and In accordance
with conditions contained therein.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 per
cent of the amount of the tender.
Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or
bonds of the Canadian National Railway Company will also be accepted as
security, or bonds and a cheque if required to make up an odd amount.
NOTE.—Blue prints can bc obtained
at this Department by depositing an
accepted cheque for the sum of $10.00,
payable to the the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be
returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.
By order,
S. E. O'BRIEN,
.Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, August 19. 1929.
2106.27
157.59
18.39
55.14
17.02
20.:
20.29
20.29
19.12
19.12
20.62
19.12
19.12
19.12
34.43
21.16
17.38
31.16
18.18
CEALED TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender
for Wharf Repairs. Royston, B.C.,"
will be received until 12 o'clock noon
(daylight saving), Tuesday, September
17, 1929, for the repairs to wharf, at
Royston, Comox-Alberni District, B.C.
Plans and forms of contract can be
seen and specification and forms of
tender obtained at this Department, at
the offices of the District Engineer,
Post Office Building. Victoria, B.C.;
Victoria Builders Exchange, 2509 Prior
Street, Victoria, B.C.. and The Building and Construction Industries Exchange, 615 West Hustings Street,
Vancouver. B.C., also at tiie Post Offices, Comox, B.C.; Courtenay, B.C.;
Union Bay, B.C., nnd Royston, B.C.
Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed forms supplied
by the Department and in accordance
with conditions contained therein.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank payable to thc order oi the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 per
cent of the amount ol the tender.
Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or
bonds of the Canadian National Railway Company will also be accepted as
security, or bonds and a cheque if required to make up nn odd amount.
NOTE.—Blue prints can be obtained
at this Department by depositing an
accepted cheque for the sum of $10,00,
payable to the the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be
returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.
By order,
S. E. O'BRIEN,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, August 19, 1929. V
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30lll, 1929
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
PAGE FIVE
Sale Starts \
A      ^ImWW*.   .    ,lQm\^ *^s^"    ..     .^^"
Saturday, Aug. 31st |
and continues until
..*
>*„0
Wednesday, Sept. 18 \ s
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And then, let's STAY acquainted, folks. It's a shame, isn't it, that now-a-days sn many people look
at tho business of buying goods as something cold and impersonal—like paying one's income tax.
Now, we don't feel that way about it at all. If we had our way, ALL merchants would know everyone of their patrons by sight and name. To prove our good intentions we are going to ask you to
drop in so we can get acquainted, talk over the business at hand, and I hen we ean learn better how
to servo your needs. For we want to deliver something more than good merchandise. Something
called the "FRIENDLY KEELING OF SERVICE'
Boys' School
Shoes
Bargain Lot, odds and ends, to
clear at this Get Acquainted
Sale, values to $5
almost all sizes
$2.98
Boys' Blucher Leather Shoes
Panco soles, sizes (J*Q O A
1 to 51/.,, sale        tpO.tilHt
Boys' Black Oxfords,, sizes 1 to
Boys' Black Oxfords, sizes 11-13
LADIES' DRESSES AND COATS.      WE   ARE   CLEARING
OUT   OUR   SUMMER   LINES TO  MAKE WAY FOR THE
NEW WINTER LINES COMING FORWARD AXD YOU WILL
PROFIT FROM THE VALUESWE ARE OFFERING
Men's Oxfords, Black Blucher style, special
Get Acquainted Sale price
1    Men's   Oxfords,   solid   leather  with    arch
supports 	
5 $3.48
$2.98
$4.98
$6.48
I
All Coats
now in stock
at half price
House  Dresses,  at
special sale prices
79c 98c
$1.49
I
Ladies' and
Misses Sweater
Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters
and Sweater Coals. New
lines arriving for the Fall
Trade New colors and designs.
Misses' Pullover Sweater, very
suitable for School wear
Special
Party Dresses, aboul half a dozen in
the lot, marked to
clear out the lot
Look these over at
only
$1.98
Special
$9.9*
each
Children's and Misses' Hats, the
lot to clear at 98c. each
Boys' and Girls' Canvas Shoes, crepe soles, all sizes
at clear out prices. See these liefore you part with
your money. It will pay you to get our prices on
these lines before Inlying for the school opening.
-Come early liefore the sizes are broken	
| Sale Starts Saturday, Aug. 31.   Ends Wednesday, Sept. 18
I
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rfc-rae&a-rsci'aHra:
Men's Department
■ssBSBStseaas
89c
16c
Men's Underwear, broken lines, including
Penman's 71, sale price per garment
Fancy Cotton Hose, very special value at
this Get Acquainted Sale, per pair	
Hanson all wool Work Socks, special per pair 42<*>
Fancy Lisle Hose, Tookenit, special per pair 59»?
Fancy Wool Hose ,in stripes and checks, special 78-j)
Men's Work Shirts, dark grey color, each $1-24
§   Men's Cotton Shirt, coat style, fancy checks, sale $2-09
I   Men's Aero Brand Khaki shirt, best quality, sale $2-79
■   Men's Aero Brand Khaki Pants to match $2.98
Men's Balbriggan Underwear, per garment 62£
Furniture
 BEDS, SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES
tl
a
Two inch post Bed with heavy fillers, good coil spring
and felt mattress, full size, complete
Get Acquainted Sale price	
Walnut Finish Dresser, bevel plate
mirror, four drawers, sale price	
Two only, upholstered chairs, real snap.
Get Acquainted Sale price	
Wicker Chair and Rocker, fancy Cretonne upholstered, sale price, each	
$28.79
$19.98
$19.89
$10.69
«3tt3teswacs**iTsWi3Mia^ KccHccea;
Crockery Specials  j    Blanket  Snaps
Here are values that stand out
like a lighthouse
1    B   Ladies' Oxfords, Kid and Patent Slippers, brown, Tan
!    jj      and black, sale price, per pair  $3.89
Fancy Pumps, strap slippers, new styles and good quality, special sale price, per pair $-1.89
Girls' Slippers and Oxfords, all at very attractive prices
Canvas Slippers and Oxfords, all marked at prices thai
;     i     j   will save you money.
S M
jj   jj   {]   Cotton Crepes, all colors, per yard IGc
White & Colored Flann llettes, per yard. ~\~c and 22«'
Roller Towelling, at per yard, [\*(.
Ladies'Silk Hosiery
two lines
on sale at
Cups and Saucers, clover leaf pattern..lie.  fj  The chilly nights require warmer bedding
Fancy China Cups and Saucers,        1 n     Jl  and we are able to supply you with the best
very special at 21<*> and     11 C   ij      all wool Scotch Blankets and Eiderdown
Table Glasses, medium and light weights,  8 Comforters
Get Acquainted Sale price, each ?<•  }'   Grev Wool Blankets, a good serviceable ar-
Aluminum Coffee Pots, special, each. 9S(>  jj   tide, two sizes at $4.48 and $6.98    i
Aluminum Preserving Kettles        QQ« fl Flannellette Sheets in 12-4 size, grey and
fl   PlimPS    NeW  StyleS   I   Ve'T spec,a1' each   jl  white, very special at per pair
2*tt***w**3w**S'*^ .- _._ jacwKaEaB
Boys' Sweaters in pull-over and coat styles,new lines just opened out  and what Ihe       fl
boys will need for the School opening.   Coat style, two pockets, two colors $2.-18       11
attractive priCeS        jj        Pull-overs for the small boys and girls, at  98<* and $1,24        [
Men's Ties, a good assortment, specially priced at 84<?       jj
faai=wsiaac5E*siaa»*a=*» —:—.etiiSua*a3=,U—-*_*._;-^-i-_ wessa s ■»aaaajg«3v4Mv*ivAJw*ci
Ladies' Fancy
mps, New styl
jjj good quality at very
i
y ana   «
2.7.->    il
84c. an
$1
97
thu.)   6
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] Must Preserve
White B.C.
A.   \V.   Neill   Warns   Hon.   H.
Mailer of Danger of Oriental Emigration
Port Alberni. August 22.—His Excellency, The Honoiourablc H. Marlcr,
Envoy Extraordinary, Minister Plenipotentiary. iin other words Ambassador) of Canada to Japan, visited Port
Alberni today. He held a hurriedly
convened meeting of the Board of
Trade in the City Hall and had a good
attendance, presided over by Mayor
Steede.
His Excellency gave a tlioughful address explaining the duties and responsibilities of an Ambassador, and
the necessity for such, He declared
his intention tn representing the Dominion Government not only to promote good will In the Eastern Nations
towards Canada, bin as well to strive
jto promote trade iu the biggest sense
[between the two Nations He gave figures to show the growing trade be-
jtween ourselves and Japan and also
i the great as yet untouched possibilities for further expansion. He told
(his audience that to equip himself for
I his new post, he had visited Great
Britain and most of the provincial
cities of Canada, with a more detailed
tour over British Columbia, inasmuch
as this Province wa.s the nearest to
Japan and most likely to be atlected
by any enlargement of trade. He said
he was surprised to sec at first hand
the great natural resources of B.C..
which he had not before realized and
the opportunities for further expansion and progress and predicted a
great future for this Province.
L.A. Hanna, M.L.A.. pointed out the
-"■ven greater possibilities of developing
a market for Canadian goods in China
with its huge population when once
.1 stable form of government was established  there.
Aldermen Homewood referred to the
practice among the Japanese, if one
of them died, of handing his fishing
licence on to someone else. Mr. Neill
explained lhat that was only another
instance of Oriental "wlllness" and
was possible because of the difficulty
Df distinguishing between Japanese.
It was of course entirely illegal and the
.Departmenl checked it as much as
possible, confiscating the licence so
held.
A, w. Neill, M.P.. expressed his re-
ret that the Ambassador had not
been able to spend more lime in the
district of Comox-Alberni, and thought
that the Vancouver Board of Trade,
which had arranged his itinerary, had
been neither fair to the Minister nor
just to Comox-Alberni in not visiting
Courtenay and Cuiliberland at all, and
only giving Port Alberni an hour. In
the Comox-Alberni district, more than
any other in B.C., are produced in
large quantity the varied products for
which there is naturally a present, or
possible market in the East.
Mr, Neill referred to the Japanese
Immlgrs I ion quest lon and presented
a vigorous warning to the Ambassador
that any expansion of trade was not
to be at the expense of our policy of
a white B.C. Hi' fell sure from past
experience that one of the first suggestions that would be made to the
Ambassador would be that II would
facilitate trade if we should allow Japanese to come more freely into B.C.
After many years of effort, the Immigration of Chinese laborers was torn Hy forbidden and that of Japanese
limited to seventy-five men and not
more than seventy-five members of
families per year. This in Mr. Neill's
opinion was still seventy-five too
many, bul that was ihe bargain made
lasl year between the Canadian and
Japanese Government and was a great
reside!ion on the previous gentleman's agreement, and he begged the
Ambawador to put his foot down at
the beginning and refuse to listen to
any hint of an increase In these fl-
gures. He pointed out thai nations, like
men, will buy goods when the price
and quality t ;, n :.' i ..*.**!;. ss of social relations, and that there is no
reason whatever, why the two nations
should nol peacefully and profitably
trade together without their asking or
receiving libertj to flood our Province
with their low standard o! living people. He wai i d 'i.' Minister that the
People of British Columbia had too
much already to contend with, In the
Japane n now in the Province and
:>ni dint; three times as quickly as th
..i.:*' ■ .il that they absolutely would
nol Btand for any suggestion of increased Japanese Immigration
A hearty vote ol thanks was tendered the Minister who with Mrs. Marl-
r,   afterwards   In peeled   the   a.p.L.
Jo's mill, leaving later to keep a lun-
heon    ngagemenl   al   Nanaimo.
Sandwick
Mr. anud Mrs. Jamleson of Vancouver, are the guests of Mrs. William
Duncan.
The many friends of Mrs. Merle
Halliday will learn with regret that
she is in St. Joseph's Hospital suffering with 'Flu.
Mr. Arthur Grant of Camp 3 has
purchased the old Foreman farm opposite the golf links.
Miss Lucy Pickering of Vancouver
is visiting her mother, Mrs. I. Picker
ing,
Miss Kate Smith returned to Vancouver Sunday morning.
Mrs. Hollins and Nora returned from
a vacation in Vancouver.
Mr. Jim Smith is now out of the
hospital and recuperating at his home
after his serious accident.
Mr. Bob Grant has been appointed
Janitor of the Tsolum School.
Mrs. Felix Davies has returned to
Port Haney after spending a vacation
with Mrs, McCabe.
Mr. and Mrs. Vic. Ssopland have returned  from   a  motor  tour  through
Washington and Alberta.
Mrs. T. Harmston returned Wednesday trom a visit in Victoria.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Allberry returned from Victoria where Mr, Allberry
was one of the Judges for Victoria
Fair.
Miss Mary McCabe is spending her
vacation in thc Fraser Valley.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copp and family returned from a six weeks' vacation in Seattle.
Mr. Frank Movitx left Thursday for
a 3 months' visit to Illinois.
Miss Edith Crockett left Monday to
resume her school duties at Telkwa.
Comox
A jolly dance was held in the Com-,.*
munity Club on Tui day nil hi for thi jj
sailors.
Messrs. C. c Piercy and A. M. Stewart left for Vancouver and Victoria
last week-end for a holiday.
Miss Pauline Downey left ou Wednesday for Smithcrs when- she has secured a | osltlin .    I .icher.
Misses C. Frith and E. Graham returned to Vancouver on Sunday aftor
.'pending a holiday with Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar cliffe.
Mrs. Seagrave, of Acme, Alberta, is
visiting her father, Mr. Tom Lewis.
LOSE   MILL   AT   NANAIMO
On Friday last, flre de 'roved  the
Beban & Mottishaw mill al   Brechin
Point, near Nanaimo.   11
ed out the plant  ; nd  n ci      lerabli
amount of sawn lumber, Involving n
lOI I   Ol   SCO.fltHl.     Mr.   Mi '  ■ h   '
formerly the owner of  the  M   &  M,
mill at Sandwick
Cumberland
A   very   successful   tea   and   whist
given on Wednesday even-
the home of Mrs. R. McNeil.
iii . oi whisl were ni play, Mrs.
ve winning flrst prize and Mrs
M rocchi   winning   consolation.
Dining Ihe evening the .surprise pack-
ited by Mrs. McNeill and which
took the form of a very lovely cake
Was drawn ior. Mrs. Katie Weir
bein    the  lucky  winner.    Dainty  re-
":■■  were served by the ladies.
1
1/ better
milk was produced you would
finditin^forafc^
St. Charles cans
Nowhere is better milk
obtained than in our
own fertile Frnser
Valley. Pure, rich and
creamy. St. Charles
Milk is a
"Made in BRITISH
COLUMBIA"
product of which we all
mny be proud.
VREE
UEC1FE ROOK
Write to The
Borden Co.
Limited,
Vancouver
\£L PAGE SIX
CUMBERLAND ISLANDER, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th. 1929
aBE*^ecE'~SEKC=eEce*r.HeeB~tffieeeBHBiaBe I,
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95c
95c
-Special-
For SATURDAY  we  will  have  our  large  window
crowded with extra specials all at one price	
DON'T .MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Dressesand waists, boys' sweaters, towels and many
other clearing specials.
SUTHERLAND'S
Dry Goods Store
Lumber
In every sorts of building materials.
MOULDINGS,
WINDOWS   DOORS,
SHINGLES,
KILN   DRIED   FLOORINGS
AND KURNIS1LNGS.
WE DELIVER TO ANYWHERE IN SHORT
NOTICE  WITH  REASONABLE CHARGES.
Royston Lumber Co.
Limited
CUMBERLAND, B. C
pimvps I NlK'u calla: 134X Coimc,,a-v
•PMursilMs I 0(f|(;e.  ]S9 Cumberland,
Cumberland Personals
: Messrs. John Su-venson. Walter
1 Hudson   and   Aubrey   Dyke   returned
from Vancouver in Mr. Land's power
I boat. Sl.eautogo, on Sunday. The boys
j were ir. favor of changing the name
to SherotoEo after their eventful trip.
* *     *
Mrs. J. D. McBrady of Butte. Mon-
' tana,   arrived   in   town   on   Saturday,
| returning    lo   Victoria    on   Tuesday.
Wiiile here she was the guest of Miss
■ Florence Sehl.
j Mrs. Fraser of San Francisco, Oal-
| ifornia, is visiting. Mrs. McCrae.
* •    *
■      Master  Gordon   Robertson  returned
from Victoria on Tuesday.
* *    •
1 Miss Niarguerile Sehl of Victoria arrived ir town on Saturday and is vis-
, iting with her sister. Miss Florence
j Sehl.
Mrs. \V. Milligan oi Victoria arrived
in town on Tuesday and is visiting
with her mother. Mrs. F. Dallos.
* «    •
Mrs, C. M. Mcintosh and daughter
Vema,  lefl   on  Tuesday  morning  to
j spend a few days In Victoria,
• • •
Miss Margaret Redford formally of
the nursing stair of the Cumberland
Hospital but latterly of Dawson. B.C.,
'is visiting Miss Blanche Dando.
* •    *
I Mrs. H. Benson of Vancouver is
spending a two weeks' vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mc-
| Lellan, Sr.
i Mrs. T. Eccleston Sr., and son, of
j Black Diamond, Washington, return'
ed to their home on St1 -lay after f
I visit spent with Mrs. Whitehouse, of
I Royston.
* *    •
■ Misses V. Picketti and J. Bono motored to  Nanaimo  on  Sunday.
* *     *
! Mr. and Mrs. A. R. stacey and fam-
! ily left on Friday Tor a two weeks' va-
1 cation in Vancouver.
* *     *
I    Misses IJ. Bartoldi and Josie Peroni
j and Mrs. Bartoldi left on Sunday for
Vancouver.
1    Miss   Jessie   Baird   returned   from
j Vancouver on Friday.
»    *    •
I Miss T. Galllvan returned from her
summer vacation on Monday.
* •    •
|    Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Walker are re-
I cciving congratulations on the birth of
I a sun,
Miss Qomerly of  Vancouver, after
, -upending   ii   dellghful   holiday   with
.Mrs, K. Brown, returned to her home
during the week.
Uev. B, o. Robathan and Mrs, ito-
bathan and children have returned
from Royston Beach where tliey have
heen camping for the past two and
a half months
Mrs.  D.  A.  Ross  and  two sons of
{ Prince Rupert  are the guests of Mr.
| and Mrs. J. H, Cameron.
.   .   .
Klre Chief and Mrs. Vernon Stewart, of Victoria last week end and
during their stay in the city were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Caruy.
Fire Chief Parnham and Mrs. Parnham entertained the visitors ut dinner on Sunday lasl and oil Monday
Mr. ami Mrs. Stewart left for Campbell River where they intend making
u short stay before returning to ths
Capital. Mr. Stewart attended the
joint meeting of Quadra Lodge, A.F.
& a.m. and Cumberland Lodge on
Saturday night last.
* •    *
Mrs. A. Mortimer uud young son
arrived in town on Sunday from How-
el] itiver on a visit to Mrs. Mortimer's
mother, Mrs. Flora Baird.
• •    •
The Junior Rose Courl of the
W.B.A. spent a happy day at Lake
Cumberland Thursday when a largo
number of members enjoyed their
final summer outing, arranged by Jr.
President Mrs. Kate Marocchi. Transportation was provided. The party
arriving at Jink's Point which they
round to be an ideal spot, for bathing,
and ganies.aiiil where refreshments
of all klndB, Including ever-popular
ice cream were dispensed in the cool
shade of the trees. Several members of the Senior Review of W.B.A
assisted with the arrangements, all
voting It the best yet. This court will
resume its meetings on Tuesday next
■    *    •
Mrs. Elliott and daughter, Margaret,
of Victoria, are spending a few days
holiday here, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. J. Richardson.
Mrs. R. 1). Brown and daughter returned ou Wdenesday from Merritt
where they have spent the past five
weeks, guests of the former's father.
Mr. A. Thomson.
Here's the banner we |
unfurled— puresfmeats]
)N all the World
Mrs. Chas. Magnone of Vancouver
was the guest of Mr. aud Mra. D.
Hunden  on Thursday.
Mrs. Ian MacDonald and Miss Doreen White, of Vancouver, who have
been guests of Dr. and Mrs. MacNaughton at their summer home at
Gartley Beach' lefl for the mainland
on Sunday last.
Mr. Cordon Gillespie, Miss Dot
Gillespie, Mr. Patrick. Miss Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. Gillies and family, all
of Vancouver who have been guests
of Mr. and Mrs, T. K. Banks lefl for
tlieir home on Sunday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peacey, of Vancouver, left on Tuesday, afler spending a short holiday with Mr. and Mrs,
T. H. Mumford.
Mrs. Shortt and family, Mr. and
Mrs. C, II. Tarbell and family and
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nunns and young
son returned lo Cumberland after
spending the summer at at Garthv
Beach,
•    •    a
Hon. Mr. Lougheod, Miss Lougheed.
Mr. Phillips and Miss Phillips wer.'
visitors to Cumberland on Monday.
-SPECIALS-I
WE HAVE UNFURLED
Hn- banner of Purity. Ours is a
sanitary shop wherein we keep
only the highest grade of meat
foods. Our salesmanship is courteous, our scales truthful and
our prices reasonable.
CITY MEAT MARKET
Phone  in Wc  Deliver
BIG MASONIC   GATHERING
Upwards of forty members >'i
Quadra Lodge No. 2, A.F. & A.M. were
the guests of (he Cumberland Lodge
No. 26 on Saturday evening lost. It
had been the Intention of tlie visitor*
stop at Qualicum for the purpose
of taking moving pictures but as some
of the cars did not slop and some had
left it r-ajther hue it was decided
to take the pictures In the return
journey on tlie following day. A mov-
lllg picture was taken in Cumberland
on Sunday morning when two ol
the Cumberland Masons played two
of the visitors a game of iiuolts. The
first quoit pitched by a Cumberland
player happened to be u ringer, but
whether the camera recorded the
fact, or not we do not know.
Degree work was pul on by the
visitors and ufter the meeting of the
Lodge, the visitors were entertained
at a banquet at he Union Hotel.
sV',»,Bijiii: '.'•: :■■**.'■;'.*;;: ;■; yi'i^LITi{J-5J!Ci^-I
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cials -1
Never   Before
Such Low Prices on the Quality
Electrical Appliance
HOTPOINT
i
♦f   MATT  BROWN'S GROCERY {|
1
■• for 25c   m||
ii I'm* 50c
BLUE HII.LOW CROCKERY
Cups and Saucers
Fruit  Dishes
Ten Plates, small Bize, each IU''    a*
Tea Plates, medium size 2 for 25c
Oatmeal Dishes
♦
Plain White Cups and Saucers
Clover Leaf Cupsand Saucers
English Pink Band Cupsand Saucers
Fancy fake Plates, each 	
Glass Table Sets, I large bowl and (i nappii
2 for 25c   f'J
i
for
3 for r,(k
50c
The New Hotpoint Iron
j Wain.'   Iron       	
Toaster      :..,
Sold by
Cumberland Electric
Lighting Co., Ltd.
$ 4,95
..$14.50
$ 7.00
       k   1
ll
> for 25c      .   1
2 for 25c   i"||§    ,
$1.95 m| ;
Fancy Tea Sets, 21 pieces at per set     $2.95 and $3.95 "   ' i
Water Sets, Crape Design, I jug and 0 glasses   . $2.65 a! j i
Full Stock of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season s)>)  j
Minto
Mr. and Mrs. Hurford and two sons,
from Vancouver, are spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. David Morgan.
Mrs. Monks and Margaret returned
from their trip to Vancouver on Saturday last und report an enjoyable time.
Mr, Thomas Pearse arrived home
from Alberni on Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Burlord and Mrs, Morgan and family went picnicking to
Oyster River on Thursday,
The Minto boys' baseball team play-
3d nt Union Bay on Wednesday night
but had to tak.1 the short end of a G
to 3 score.   Better luck next time.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex, Walker, of Cumberland, were visitors to the Valley on
Sunday, the guests of Mr, and Mrs,
Edgar Carter.
Mrs. Williamson eloped her summer
cottage at Royston on Sunday last af-
ter n six weeks' sojourn there and went
home to Crowton Farm to take up the
reins there.
Mr. Thomas Monks and family have
moved from thc Shaw place to take
up home in Cumberland,
for
School Opening
Free - Free - Free
MANY   POINTED  PENCILS.    ONE   WITH   PURCHASE of $1.50 or OVER.   ONLY ONE
PENCIL PER STUDENT
Tally-Ho Sel-Filing Fountain Pens, each  23c
Exercise Books, assorted covers 5c each, G for 25c
Largest Stock inl the District
Our stock of Public and High School text books, note
books, scribblers, exercise books, pencils, drawing materials etc.
FREE—BLOTTERS—FREE
Lang's Drug & Book Store
The Rexall Kodak Store
"It Paus to deal at Lang's"
We are here to   serve you.
»
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I   Not Part of the Time
!   But All the Time
The DAIRY
SPECIALS
Appeal
to All
. . . That's Why We Are
Continuing With Them
For this
SATURDAY
Vi dozen Cobs of Corn
1 lb. of Tomatoes
1 dozen Peaches
Vi dozen Pears
1 dozen Oranges
$1.00
The best meats are the cheapest. .Many of our patrons
have proven Ihis to be true. Why don't you? It's a
lot of satisfaction to get your money's worth—not
part of the time—but all of the time.
Wilcock &Co.Ltd
"The Family Butchers"
i Phone 66 Ice for Sale
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3eeee..,sw-;e:.*T!««*aw^cie^'rssr£sciKea:
Phone 98
2 cans of Sardines
1 can of Corned Beef
1 can of Peas
1 can of Corn
1 can of IMneapple
$1.00
FREE — FREE — FREE
7 lbs. of New Potatoes Free
with purchase of Two
Specials
The
DAIRY
Phone 98
Cumberland
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRESERVING
PEACHES
Full Stocks of Fruit Jars, Caps and Rings, etc.
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Cumberland and Union
Waterworks  Co.,  Ltd.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL PLUMBING
AND REPAIR WORK.
Phone 75
A. B. CLINTON, Manager.
31 lEIsBl'IIONE III!)
TAXI
Charlie Dalton
Meets Boat at Union Day Every
Sunday Morning
Margaret R. Mitchell
L.A.B.
Teacher of Pianoforte
and Theory
TERM COMMENCES
SEPTEMBER 9th
Telephone 180 — Residence 207
Derwent Avenue
n
P.D.Q. Daily Freight Line
Courtenay to Nanaimo
AND ALL WAY POINTS
Leave Courenay 9 a.m., returning from Nanaimo the
same day.   Connections made at Nanaimo with
Victoria and Port Alberni Stages.
WE CARRY ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING
—Furniture Moving a Specialty—
—PHONES—
Courtenay   ITS:   Cunrberlantl  77;   Qualicum  H4U:   Nanaimo  3
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The Crisp
Nutritious Full
Sized Loaf
Tasty and wholesome, Mann's Bread is a body builder
and the most delicious sandwiches can be made for
your week-end out from our pure wholesome bread.
Mann's Bakery
BOBEtaaaaBassasusij
f HA'ITIin.U SPECIALS
, Custard Pies naked o. Qnjqr.
f l.emou  Pies Lemon Tarn
Apple  Pies Raisin   IMes
THE BEST UNDER
THE SUN
Get out under the health-giving rays of old sol and
keep young by indulging in your favorite sport. Your
days will be much more enjoyable if you buy your
grocery needs from
u
I Mumford's Grocery
If you get it At Mumford's It's Good
Everything for the Picnic Basket.
Phone 71 Deliveries Daily
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