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 V/-S  (//���������/..  f  / /? f :'  A Journal1 Devoted Especially, to the interests of Comox District.  Tmk Ntk\vs, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, APL.  20,     1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  7M'''lltliHlltl������l������ICIIllllltllllM,ll������ilitfil!lllllli<lil'.U������ilMlulul.,lil,i,li,lKJ..M,jMiiiti.t.iUi.il������ilUill,ill.lU,,.li>,M.II,li.������i'M'i  AT THE BIG STORE  NEW GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN OUR  GENT'S FURNISHING DEPARTMENT.  ��������� ���������  'Sovereign" Brand Clothing, no |'  ���������belter in the country, tor  style, quality, and service. Buy  your spring suit from us and  get satisfaction. Our new lines  for, this season are here ���������handsome suits, priced at 12, 16, 20  and $25     ........  We are agents for the celebrated Stetson's Hats.  j See our large up to date    stock  of 'Stradian Hats, correct styles  j    for well dressed   young men.  -TTT**riJ������������������v,���������' ������*B1  New Hue of Ties just received.  Come aud see  them.  ;���������No w���������sh������ w*&g���������fits t-co nsigiuinejit  of Slater'^ Shoes   for Spring.  Remember it is always a pleasure to show goods whether you  want to buy or not     .    .    .  Simon Leiser & Co.  nUXSMUIR AVENUE OUMBBUUNB  WE   LEAD   WHILE  OTHERS     FOLLOW  pop Stylish Up-to-Date  .... GLiOTHlNO . *  Pay a visit to J. N. McLEOD'S and ask  to see their NEW SUITS aud OVERCOATS, and if you canuot be suited with  them we can show you one of the  ...  Largest Ranges of Samp] es  oi Meu's Suitings, Overcoats aud Trouserings to be found  iu town at very reasonable prices, fit, style aud workman  ship guaranteed     .    .  J.N. ricLEOD.  Dimsmnir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  STODDART  [iitiiiiiiiiitpiiiiiiviM  !M  SEE   OUR  SAMPLES of  Campbell's  Spring  Clothing  Before Buying Elsewhere.  The reaular moe inp; of tho Ci'tv  Council was held last everting, there  beinjr present Aldermen I'lnniel?,  I forwood, BickK", Partridge, Stew*  ar , Uttte nnd the Mayor.  The minutes ol previous meeting  worn read, and on motion adopted  ������b rend,  A communication from Frrnie,  c.it.i/.r-.na1 committee wns received,  which rood as 1'o!1o>.vb:-~-  A McK'mnon, Oity Clerk,  Cumberland, H. U.  Dt-sir r!ir: ���������-[ beg to acknowledge  ���������There being no further busineat  iht)Council adjourned.-  A slight lire- this 'morning on  tho roof of Mr, (lames Buird  dwelling, called out tho Firo BH-  gnd", tho fire was soon extincjuised,  F0RSALK--1 Uiif,'gjr and Rainess ni) pood as new; will soil cheap  Apply to Mr, Mutt Piorcy, city,  Mr. W. Campbell,  of   Camp1 ell  Bros, and   Mr. Mcllue,   ret'.ira?d  lusl Friday from Vancouver, where  arriui&onieiitH   have been made for  the stockinp if   tht ir  new   store  1 no receipt oi your iavor of the 27ih | '''hi.' *toru, ivhon everything U |*������ii  ���������int., onclodng a donation of $!)S).l)Dj iu   rlmpa, will bo one of tho fiu.mi  from iljoci.iwi.sor Cumberland to 1'H'ahlMime.ii.o! iu kind on Van  the liro relief fund*   of Pernio Din- c'Hm,r Mam1'  . ������������������' ,���������, 0 .,,   ,   ,-  I httvn bemi iiirttruoto.1 bv tbo i The Cmube: land (Jun Club will  Committee to exprcw to von their i ';"l'i *-������o������r ������"' ������������"������������* U'** ye������r, I'M  hpuriv lUii.kHfoi tlH'j!encr������UHCon-iJl'y ������'V������������m������, i.Uix o'clock. Thi.  t.ibuiio , from vour oily, and to my jls ll M������������'i'.l ������ho..t nnd all member,  how deeply tbov appreciate ll.i' aml n.wi Hhmi- wh<s .le-if to jcir,  kindly ,.������k. ..on from   your c.iii-! tIi������olul. nre asked to boon hand,  EMns Bange as Low as $7.00  NOTICE,  The adjourned 'Public Meeting  of tbe 24lh May Celebration will  lie held mi Thursday evening, April 22nd, at T'.UO p. m. in tbe Coun-  cil Chambers.  support of the public. 1 would  suggest that a line be put about  twelve feet back *U around the  field to keep everybody away  irom the side line and give the  players and linesmen a chance.  And another thing that should  be stopped, is the swearing that  is going on at all times on the,.,  grounds.  Fair Play,  therlu'n are asked  VV. U(������Y  J.McPHEE&SONS.     1  JJ        Dnusimttr Avenue Ciimbeilunu, it, C.       &'������  a.na. Yonr- truly, I ������'��������� liUV T,nc'u" 8t'<:'  K. F. AMBKIIY  Accounl*-IIu������h Mitul.r-ll. *:.!)'!'    Thc ,M1m3,u"   ''^''"R ^"inpHny  J.W. Biyddi, U������.00;C. ll.Turbell |������>'������ m������kin������ rapid   promos   with  !N.y'>; Ii-1, (.la/cue, fo.nb; ������. c. i,1,81r u������iWin������.   Thi.y >������ronlHnr,M  Pou<'rv0o���������<il7.00 I'liwllymmin},   the n.'ewiuy  urn-  Tho' (Mniui.uuioatl.iii rwiivor(t',,ll������"fv In j.Ihc-, ������n<l we are inform  from Pv. C. NVilr������:i ,U last nie.M.,������ 1ri1 '>.* M' J"l������������ H.'iinnor, ui-na/nr  (uking |H������riniH.J������ii to comi������c:wep.|,,',l>������������'"������'i|'������*i'.v. ������l.at heoxpeetKlo  iir lank with cniy drain, end vi-h-. ' ,uv������'lll<! I'l'"'* '" "|"'r..li(m b, fure  m>| i" hoaidH of he.il'li   and   works! mnn.V ww-'I'f.  To the Editor News.  Just a few words about tbe (lis  graceful football match on Satur i  day.   As a supporter   of  yootlj  clean sport aud fair play, 1 think!  that   those who interfered   with j THIUTY DAY  TOURKAMBNT.  the game on Saturday should be mmmm  severely censured, also the cap- j \ tmrly jtty bowling tonma-  tain of No. 6 and 7 luuiis who innmt will be held nt tbo bowling  .should have insisted on his men :������]|y f >r n. ������ilv������r enp vrt!u<'������l at $23,  leaving the field when Mr. Stew- Only I how >vho have beon refiilaiitu  art, the referee, ordered them "' Cumberland^ (or not \v������ th u  o(T; uud then if he did not think ouuyeurwilJ I")allowed tocompete.  ie uoiuUliomi are   th.H eaoh eOn*  that it was right he .should have  entered a protest'to the Association. Also, 1 am pleased'to  see the stand that Mr. i-jtew.ut,  the referee took, in trying to  have good clvau lootljall, aud 1  undevstand he was instructed by  petilor liowle twenty guiiun and Ui������  liijjhebt lo'.al Rt the find of thirty  dayf wina tho cup. 'f'< urnarumit  starts Tuesday, April 2(nb,  I'niui I,o(1ro 1.0.0. K.  No It.  the Association to Mop all d;ity i will cflebrate tbelr'JOth amiiveri-  work on the field, which should ;���������������������>��������� by holding a d niton  havf  the suppuiL ol l!u'   puoii",  in ihei'urnlfcrUtwl  Hall, <m M<m-  wj(|jday evmiinj!, April .ttth,    A  nioifc  enjnynble   evenirijj  i    Alfured   i������)l  . ,th+8   who attend.    Ivelru-hnieii,^  .      , ., ... ' ��������� v\ 111 Irtl   flHVed   IJIirilU! tile   l'Vr������l|l.;f  npport of tue   pubic, and   :     , 4l ,   ��������� ���������, ,   ,     , ������   ...  ' ' and the ntnvic will be (uriilslicil by  Me-������ri MurdocH, Vatei, M;iuurl,ti������tl  and I hope the  Association  siaiul for good clean   sport;  :n  lcs< they  the  do wr cannot  hope the   Association will  i.uud  pat foi y.oDi  r,  clenu  sjKJit,    unlc������isi(,,(j Msarie-tii.  they do we cannot   expect   the  \}0tiWltt0*B& %X&&to)8fflBn^%!S0������s������l  .������������������������������������������ MSP-T*  >5^������kHi,m������KMiR������iiNimiBu^  f    MAROCCHI BROS  H  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BKICR uud  PORTKK.      V;ii������'le*ale l-wlw* in all Kinds of  Wiuu. a::d Lienors.  1  L        SECOND    STREET        i  to report at nest luminj; o  eil. ',  A pemiaiK'ui (ionauur, ii 11,.i >.-, |  dnUai'H per year wan valoii to Anti-j  I uberouloHU rtrtninirium.  I>r. Me-1  Nau^bton    was   elected   rovenuT'  ,      ��������� ,    ,       i  tn ) i jii ,:,-i i,ii   ,,,,   , ,.     .,,,   ,,,.    ,.  ll una moved by Ableinia;i Ji;ite|  sicoinbd Ahi'Ti.tan llorwiod, ibail^  Modical Health OUioer be r<'i(iie.-tefl '  lo I'opor1 on the duirys Hupplyii.i';  rni!lf to tbe ejty and report nt mxti  ii.i'utin;;, ;  TiiK'.c du/.i i,  Hcavauc   I ��������� ���������!. '  were oidereil to  Im purutntMMi I'totuj  0, 11. T.irbell ut hM. u-ialt-r prif'.    '  The City Clerk wan or, inolijn ���������'(  tbeC MUi.il,In-trtietcd ������������ notify all  tt.iiee '"'bj.ltuclliij tho ^Ity ������'r"���������,���������������������������  |������4i ul.e ruction niusl  U; lemovt-d  at a ("irlain dale, <������r  tbey   w.ll   n<-'  ,'!(, .'(���������Ull'l.  Colin- j ^*������TiWin-ri^rffi������if71;fTHTO*yj^  MEN'S  HATS   FOR    SPRING  ,.    . (���������..���������,,   ;   ',,.,     ,   .,,.,,��������� u.-t   i<;   ������'(,���������   ;''���������*���������   ino'1   :mv"it.ii.l ;bu,r,,(,U  have to pnicbaw to make up your Spring unite, a;.d b-uu. pw;cha.>iini yon  >. .Ml d -cc our \,u/" stock w'ti'h we hive ]'t*t opnted up   A huge a^. rtuu'ut ������f I'l-lts  in all %  I.ATKST SMM'US at*.'. COLORS  ii!a<iel\picvdv for out Hade with out name and price stamped ou r���������di  i...t  Sailor Hats For Children  A Splendid Aoaortment of Children's Sailor* ronflog  from to 25o. to 75c.  CAMPBELL  BROS.  A  \mz~z\XLZzj  ^ar-tszr *HE  NEWS.  CtlMBBRUV^B, B1UT1SU  COLUMBIA,  ksicd Every  Tuesday bv the  Coa-iox   A   Cumberland  Publishing  Company,  |"J  Tbi������ paper will not hold itself  rvvjoonsibla for the opinions i,f otb-  ������������rs, us u������ay appear in its ooUmms  <rom lime to time.  TUESDAY,   A PL.   20, 1UG9,  Seattle "Wash., April, libit. Became uowhero ou tbo grounds i*  there the glare of white, only (he  soft, mellow tone of old ivovy, the  Alaska Yukon-Pacific ICxjiosition  which opens iu 'Seattle ua Juno  1st. lias eouie te be known irencr-  ally tbraticboiit tbe North v.vst. as  v i N  the "Ivory City." Chicago had its  ���������'White City" and a nm^iHieent  night it was, but blurred , vision  and bursting headache were the  prize of gaxlnp; too lonj* unon it.  ������Every other exposition ,>uioelhe  Columbia Fair has maito white its  Color, with the same jtaiiifnl re-  COMOX TENNIS CLUB.  Thbte inieteMed in the club are  reminded that the lime for paying  1 tlio first instalment on tho land���������  $.cO���������expire* <������n April 81st. They  ���������AC therefore requested to send in  subscriptions to tbo woretiiTy as  w������r)y i.d po*������ ble. Five *h<uM--  $50-cousttiuu* a life wsmtarship.  ^Iiould sufficient hinds be received  a board court will be built at once,  and gups court* prepaied,  G. Llewellyn Wood,  Hon. Sec'y  Union Lodge I, O. O, P. Ko.ll j  will attend Divine Service at'Grwel  Methodist Church on next Sunday  eveuiag.  BASE BALL CHALLENGE  Wo, the  undersigned,   hereby  mm  How the Treasury Vaults at  Washington Are Protected.  WATCHERS DAY AND NIGHT.  AH local items of a business  dis-lleng* the employees of an\} uature will be charged for at the  other miuo to a game of baso hall J standard rate of ioc. a line.  at any convenient date. j ~        ���������������    ���������"  J. iloGimpbej,    ....     ^catcher;I    E. 0. Einde Pij)e fittinp; and  M. Robinson pitcher;!{<*ntr*1 repairing.  S. Jamu^, , .1st hum?;! ""*"      *'  ,        ..,,,,     ,      ,     v   .,    8. Kouald 2i.il W;      Advartiaws Will  confev. n favor  aults.    i'robably the   ������.   i .   P. ] fj Qr*BV#6 fcj.ort sto,r 1 by bringing iu *hoir ads, not later  ���������would have raade the tame  mis- j j}' ^^        g^ i^! than Monday, a* this  will  enable  take, had it 'not been for the-  fact; ^ c^[[    '[  ^^ ^j th, print^i " to  insert it in  the  A. Gibson,.... centre field {*** i*������u������ on the'following Tues-  that many ef its struct men were  constructed of reinforced concrete  aud pri>R8?d brick. The brick "in  which all of these permanent build  ings are finished are of \ lie tiut of  old ivory and, since eve:y thing at  the'fair is otherwise ir, Myeurd. it  wuitld would not barn done to  "haTe-fiiml wi���������the���������sHw^v���������p las tei'  staff 8truolnres in white.  Recently every building on tbo  grounds w;is given its linai coat  of color and the practically completed exposition city presents a  beautiful picture, The old ivory  blends perfectly with the natural  background of hr foivr;i, into  which tlu������ exposition is buildod  and one may wander the ��������� length  and brMilth of the grounds on the  brightest ti������y. without n thong)  of anioked gla*r>M,  G. Yarrow, left field;  K. King, water carrier;  One at a tinio please.  S. Tlpnatd, CJapt, No. 6 Mine.  ��������� ��������� ���������  Since he above was  put   in  in type   an accep a ce received  fJaiU-LlveJJaivain of No,ISjNijue^,  day.  -4���������  310 acres of bind in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to exchange for  'lati.i anvwhv������re on  "E &  M" or  Footfea.! Notes  The Top Hands and Nos. 8  and 7 faced each other for the  third time on Saturday in the  first round for the ICesley Cup.  Nos. 6 and 4 won the toss and  kicked down hill. Their for-  * wards were soon hovering around  A|WT ������: ^'^TiZTEf  th< T������P Hands' goal where they  to Shoot to Kill���������N*v������r Has r������ Ool- l .    r        ,      j r  Ur  c*������n T������k������n  From Th������w������ by  made  it hvciy for   the defense  Fore*���������On* Darin. Scheme. for  some   time  Nos.   6 and 4  Not a dollar lias over heen tatoa  were playing to win at tins peri-  from the United States uvasury by   0(^ cf ^^   game   m^   wcte   uot  '������Sua5,S tlio nearest a, WU to loot- lu������R mitii they-fauitd the Roal,  !n������ tla> vaults of tiie treasury was the oue of their forwards finding the  time Mtirttu Brotuttoot had his plans right spot, during a scrimmage  ������lK>ut nert'eckHl. This wus b������ek In tho .,' ... f , pn,m ru��������� US^i-  eighties, and Uie plan was to ������������t Into lil tTOUt 0! ^0,U- i n>m .tUw UCk  tbe buiwitiK by mean's of the srait ; off the Top Hands made tracks  newer which rw������ nwler nnrt near the jloward their opponeuts' goal,  treasury uml Is knowu as tb������ Fifteenth      ,       ���������,,,,, ,    V  street sower au������t which grows larger   where W. Lbuke   brought dowu  ������s it enters the Potomac ubout throe- , Gl0Ver, and the refexe  quarters of a mile rrom the White  House,  Uromtfoot's plan, as developed after  his arrest, wus to set Into the bulkthiR,  crock the safes and place the money  iu large niblter baps and float them  down Uie sewer to the Potomac, whore  als piils wooUl he iu waltttiR, Tlieso  basts were found 5n Ills room when ho  rrus iinvstwt, and secret set vk-e men  had often scon htm walking along the  shores of the Potomac near -\vIk������w> the  t������l������ sewer empties. This sewer la  about iitac feet in diameter where it  passes ihe treasury. A. man could  easily make his way''op the sewer  through a stream of water which under naraial eouditteus Is ouly filxmt  twelve iuel-.es deep. Ity enteriii)* the  tunnel or sewer at tbe river the jour  uey to the treasury could h* mule by  ket'plns a sharp lookout Wlwa the  man or men In the sewer i-eaehed the  Fifteenth street sewer notUle.g would  A LACING.  -\  and rends as follow^:��������� $0.5 Base  Ball 1 cam agree to acrept.. challenge of No. 6 Base Ball (earn a;  'a game ol ball to be played on  ncxV Sunday, April 25th, a 2  o'clock p. m. on '-he vecrea;iou  grounds.  Ira Games, Cap aiu  alonj* coast from Nansiimo to Ovs-I wi^r.itv them rmtn the }told <otu and  ,>. ,N TT     ',    ' bullion except about eiglweeo feet of  l^JilBl!or D,:������������!!'n. <������������������������  H.������mhyi WPth am1 mt t00 wun> stouo waJl>  Ixlnnds. ReplyTuTT^pTiiTiwriarT  in first letter to L'.'-StMck Forbns,  S;otv.ler Albert*.  ���������^  t*J\t   iijilju-   -,-^uV ������".-w*C  Meal Shoes  u For Summer  Comfort  Tlnj fourth I'C'ro.cr  Cm  .Jul. Jjim-O^ue  C-ii** til ������������UJ"������'������  : e'l.  Willi  iv.r,  i*:e .;u ������ur prt������viou������������  .���������'.'iing  of  wits iitilo :m iiittC'.v.ii'ic  A'iOuutw, April : Jfii. i  iu thu clir.ir,  M)ewting'*������eo!i������ideMble bii^intms wu������  ti'tiiisikoli;d, chief itiuouo; tho suii-  JcctB under diwiu^ion whb buiter  game piotnutiou b:r 1.I1U ������.'.i*li'ict,  tbe iiiit.iiraiua;io!) of JajinneMi  better uiuitservice, ������;uj tie. uecehbiiy  of our jiwuplc; piitr'iiiizin^ our own  tfHdeiiiiien in orefereiietio Cbiuese  and .Upunese. Tbn uiiu of the  Lefij^uo, uud i <tiu <itir������ wu liavti the  support oi ������V������rj' ulliei league  i>u W.-icniver lfl.idd, in tu mute  tbi'i islHtxl u wiiilw mail's country.  Vi iM'v eiH'i'.l.', 'iwiii.i '.b������ ���������>',::i iviii  offor lho miirio iii'.!tice,uu.:,i 10 tbu  cupiudidt aini tu tbo neiivi'.Hiituiul  t/iS bt '<'ii'r ������'���������;. V*iiCoUVi.������i' l.i!������ud if  tii.lui n wbii.������ uum'i diUiitij'  tir-  vv ih 1 ;������������������!���������. \i ,\n  11  i:|IC  1    1  to ���������*���������*  i  .������������������  i.l   '  1  i..,,:.- '.ii  ^���������v: ft  \i    ' ���������  :      ��������� illj      ',  -���������t,  >.���������<���������:���������  ..>.���������..   ;;���������  l"f"'  ,;i,ii. \v..ii-,'.  'i'  ii, 1  ,,  1   : e  ��������� Ui.t'.  oH-.Mr  li.  i'l hit i'"' 1 j  *  werl',  ^it   ui  uinl <\  > vonf tdiuru,  01  V.ot ���������  Hit  uud  R'*'*-''  ftw! iiikii a  c  ,(111(1*  .  ':"cnif  liiij'b  R.'Oil  *uV, ill iiu',  can ibe i,������.u(:  J"  :,av,  ilul''  "whut  ���������'.Vl'llll-  The housii of Rid^eways was  establiJltecl in the year 1836,  Over seveuty yevrs reputation  fur quality and flavor,  FOR 5>AJJ5.-K,)nryunti|; bulls  pedigreed; one ������ j������iu> old; ���������iiiu,iU  luoiiths; one 7 months; md ouwi  moulds;���������aUu C������rutaii SohI l'ota-  Uim, !ic. per lb; Apply "\Y,.l.  lUrnguii, AiinUi.  F01tSALfi-0:iB Ooko Stt������w  unci Iron Bedsteud, both in good  condition. Will sell cheap. Apply  Now* office.  Dr. D. U. Kerr, dontUt, will be  ut Coiirteiiny, March 4th to 151th  iiiul iifterwardij nt OumberUiul.  D ������ your ft*ol per������|iire cnaily iu!  a f.. /������* h-r ?  i'%>   It*   VilO Kit* *><.������,    |���������,.  h   ...   v  It 1 IU OiuW   .v������   *.,v 1,   ,1 , .    ,,...,-  tiling: if w������ are men nnd  willing  ���������ojjje* out 4������d ii'- diii' ^Imri*.  iio we extend to ail'iii*im������sincn  umJ Oliie.j'rt, t, ui.<i .in, 11,, UxM'.'U   Hi 1  /^gt iii and !iii>ilc,H'i'ii 1 ..irnno-'l- ������it-s.  inga, t.,e   fte   b>r   ;������,��������� ini 1 iviiip   l"  ouiy CUe. pt-r jc:u.  till." Jl������i<;t i>|;iiit������,  "><:i;i('f   will  hn i.eid ,(1 4;*���������-��������� C>"''11    ���������. nini������������iMt 1  M'..-.':.y, A;.'51 :-'uh ''' ':< 1' ,,;'i  fc,t������irjo^-n <?v������.i*������, )v r jr-.-encii j %  U ft tl.������ h"n������ tiiune them to  ,������������������������������������!I 1 :,A , ,1 r-M'on;,- :>niiiful uad no  ;   ,;-iil.   ,   '������������  '/  \i '..V't-dy y,,u 'etdlNV'lC-  i U fc vUiritlf .  INVlUTUHOxlortUprM-Mit  your f������������, from |>erf|iirinn by allow  in,  11 rten eirciimbm of lie ������fOtiin!;  v ill��������������� l'������tt ntnl i.i'klfy j  IN V ICTUS Oxfnnlr. niej  IliSiUi 10    Ii', VVt't)   lll.e Oi J't������ttl   I "III ;  noly urn riiuvj y. ,  Unli^H iiiu't l������ w hbo,i,ii, IN' j  A cure for chronic eniuks in  rbe smoking line. The uUraipi  Dtihe" Uigur, manufactured by  Percy K. Winch,  Wlysmitl*.. 11.  U\ Mr. Winch will visit Cniiihci-  hind once a month in the iuter-  !est ol his by :i in ess.  -������������������-  e put him  oil the field,     Kos. 6 and 7  retained their lead lor the remain  der of this half.  The Top Hands began the second half us if they meant business They did most of the pres  sing, but 6 and 7 playing with  ten men held them out, and beat  them off time and again* The  Top Hands made Uie score equal  with a penalty k'ck- J, Willi  amson having fouled the ball inside the lines; some of the players were showing signs of temper  and T, Clarke of 6 and 7 was ordered off the field and refused to  play. The referee awarded the  Top Hands another   penalty,   I,  ifwuTTnr^TTO*  way thiwish this obstruction and to  let the earth float or wash dnwn the  Rower It would not have UiUeti oue  I man mure then two weeks  worUns  only nt ������l������Sit, to have nuvle an opening  I lame eiKiiiRh for a nam to crawl  ��������� through    Of coarse Un������dfoot knew  the exact location of tlw vanltp, and  when be onee reached them he would  have had no trouble la getting the so':d  coin and Imlllon.   It was evidently Ids  purpose to illl the rubber hnjjs with  the piwlons staff and float ttietn down  the sewer to the vlvev. wV.w they  would he loolie.l after by hla confederates.   This was the only really welt  ldld plot ever made to loot the tveas-  wry,  and  hist   why   Vlroadfoot was  never given a trial 1ms iwvor been  knowu to the palill?.  He w������* an Intel-  llirent man. and suspicion wna flrat  nroused ajralnst lilm by IiIh freqneut  visits to the money rooms mid vnii'Us  and by the tpie������tlon������ lu> ns'ueiJ wa������,-l).  men und inesi������eiwi>s ns to the hours  of duty, when the time loths closed  and what time they openwl, nod all  mteh ipieKtlonss   That he eoull Uaee  mccewfitlly etinied out 'hla pUuia so  far aa settlntt Into the ImHiths and  the vnulta are (inieerned tliere Is no  qnestloo, for men liarc Inw In the  sewer and coudull- who iny that It  would have neon easy work. The moat  dlrtleiilt part of the job would linvo  been to Rettlhit away with the money  nnd tiulllon, fortt would Imve rcnpilitsi"  bard worl: to uoeuiv U aud del away  About the only dinner- would haw  been to bury It Bomcwhore In Virginia,  for If It had boon placed on iX'tita It  would have been easy to recovur it,  It la tbe opinion of the wvot sendee  mm that many celebrated cracksmen  Lave tivni time u> tbne contett'phitcd  th* conversion of n few million trcno-  my notes to Uielr own use, but after  csiraful utiidy they hare decided thai  the iniUertaUlii������ was too colossal In  eUaraeter.   Socretury Folper when lie  iii'Kiiitied IiIm duiieo w,w not kI,>\v In  ileeldluR that the treasury  wan ������oi  properly and sufel" ^'I'Mwl    Tliere  was uot mi eleetrle nlnnii In Uie build  tag, the waleliin.su were i������-������latcil and  had uo fnolUtler, for e;.llin>f help, and  tlio Mfc* wun������ of the old time lovU und  V;ey nort. HeiiUcml alinoM nil over tin-  Mis bilildliiK.    The neciitrivy Wi-nt i������  Th������ ftttult of UtU* Edwin's Q*������*i  tions ������m| CoHnmtiits, .  ������������������S������y, maw!" <i  "Wetl, wtiatr 'j  "H������w do thoy get boles In lace?*  "Why, they make tbo laeo rouiid tii������  boles, ray son,"  MBot It ain't lace without it's got  holes, Is it, mawt"  ������'No, Edwlo.'*  ���������'Well, how do Utey ge^tbe holes to  the lace they pot round tbe boles to  moteo tbo lace, tbenr  "Child, yon will yet flrtvo ore to dto*  tractloa."  "Where do tbey got the hotos, raawf*  '���������Why, the holes are just air.* ���������  "Oh, they're air liolesr )  "I suppose so."  "Well, th������r������i's air holes tn paw*������ hat  Does that make it a lace batf  "No, ao, uor'  "A Swiss cheese has holes to it Does  that make it a Swfcss lacer  "Hold your tool tonguet Do yon  hear*"  "Didn't you say all lace bad holes,  mawr  "Yes,"  "Well, I've got shoe laces, but the?  ain't got uo holes hi 'em,"  "I*ave the rot>m nnd permit me t������  llnlsh '1-ady Liaserle's T^>st Lot������; oc,  ilow I,ord Lumbago Was Lured Away  oy a Lissom Little Lnllapalarai ot a  LaeetnftRer,'"  "Maw, kin you matte loco?*  "No, Edwin; that la aot one ot mjt  accomplishments."  "I didn't thlnU yon could, maw. Mrs.  KnoeUonbcnrer said you was so fat lae������  tn������ wouldn't do you any good."  But "maw" wasn't too fat to give R4*  wla a laclna that did him aouio good.  1;,.)I������  sSAi.U-.ciny   wolfliomu1  bitcii, Jfl!U.I������U rlvi* wolfbuuinl pupsj wnrlt to brlnji about a proper eomllUon  j,- An 1 .   1 .,-1,. 1   t��������� -1. 1 of nirnlrs    Ue Innl (he watch ac-lfn  dciy'n; ������pj������ly ������t Cieunuii, Coiut������������������; iitiltluj: them u'.K^r the vn-lfiesd tlH-i  ., * ' ! |i|lne,   Ulnlxirate an.l evti-n-ilvn alafi  }' syntems were Insialled.   The old hhiv  j v���������m lepltitied by iiolern itect iiiTiili-  ���������   '     ' -~i.....-i���������~,.������.-....,>..,. .1 with time lock-: innl Infiieat,' c.mibln,i  ������������������  i tloim.  The cold nnd silver vaiiKu wen-  4,v/.'ici: c.' T:.::r::!M:   ' -.:���������. a -���������������������������* '*"������������ - "��������� -������d m.,..  "' I loft*, different imrt>, nf (lie ecmblna  1 tlons Mint ili-tlni, ,ud numntf \,iiejii������  .Scaled Tenders will be received 1 nnioioi-, sv iimi the vn.uiw coma in  without notifying the referee.  This caused quite a scene on the  field of play, spectators invadiny  ihr fWld aud Nos. 6 &, 7 refusing  to continue (he game. The sceue  u iheTlnLsh wks disgraceful and  will do football no good; plavers  when, they are ordered off the  field ought, to j;o, 110 matter what  they think about the referee's de  eisiou, The Top'hands were a-  w.udeu t'.ie game The finite wns  stopped with fifteen minutes to  ������u. For 6 and 7 Connors wna > he  best man ou the Held uud ii is in  be regretted tlu'.t iu- met with an  accident, he is in the hospital  sniVern;j,\ t'MUi rupture. The final  will b,: phyvcl I'.a Su'uvdny ib<'  34 h ii!S;. bewt-en Tup H.md >  ft ml No. 5, Tho A.vsoeia ion ������)'<*  liavtii}1,' the services of c.n ou^icle  referee k������:' tho ������nnie. $21,00 w;.u;  tullec ed ou ibc gtoumis,  THIS IS IT!  Ttw oonp tbat wives  you work, and iwvea  you money without Injury  to lieni!}* or  r.rtMa.  Suutl-rfit So-p1  turnw wash-  tub   rirorif;������<y  Into  pjaa-usa.  Ottntwref AunHtl  to������iJny and try.  fellow  Otritctioaj.  _^____ ' i'  Th������ Moum Trcp,  "Tim child Is father to the man/*  said an Inventor. "For Instance, thoro  was a miller's son who luveuted, at the  age of seventeen, aa automatic mouso  trap, a trap that used the recoil from  ono mouse's capturo to set Itself for  another moose. TliU trap vrortted welL  caught clewa mice at the first go off  jmd-jBflfto_rjd_the aimer's mill jot ita  mice inyrtodTwiuTSlr.'the hoy-lna-  vontor of that mouso trap used tho  trap's recoil principle <or his greatest  'hvre&tlon, the Maxim snn, tor It la  Sir Illram Mnxlm Tm taUJlng about  and If you ro to the Maine village ot  Saaserrnio they'll show you there one  ot tho automatic rtipld tlrlu������ mouso  trai>s that prosoped tho famoas Maxim  sua."    , ....   '    London. April. 14. Joseph Wnr-  (in is the Liberal candidate in ftr-  a!ford*on-Avmi. Adiliecfiujr tha  electoi'B hp ifiiid he vm an out fttd  out free trader, favored vote? for  woimMi, diMi������,e,uee.d eoh'ttinl p:\''  foreitco a* a policy of pr'wd nnd  *ellislmei������8, uud favured \\\* tiboli���������  lion of the Hom-e of Lordo,  His c/ndilulun' is attrnetinj-  eoubideruhly iiiteresl, and ii> warm  Iv welcunu'il bv tlio Liberals,  London, April lfi.-~.U^<?ph M������v  tin in his election nddivi-s says ho  considers! the question of vlu>  lloiiei* of l..>rtla ibu most important whi<il������ lite pnfty luw tu dtud.  Tbe udoptlun uf ihu feirilt rororiu  iKdng advocated by 'Iib To my  party would, he *nyi������, be the ^rcHt-  icoicabiniity tthaieould hnppen llm  coiiuli'c with thy exception ������������f war,  pestilence or famino Tbu poliuy of  protec'l-m would nt once ilrtbidne  the United Kingdom from thu  proud poi'tion m conuuercial mi*,  ireful the Mjtw, bringing ������ hmg  1st of cviU iiicliiditi|' extri'itip eleo  turn! corruptitm ntich ns now prtw  vniU in the Uhitvii Slates nnd Can.  n<!u.  tVICTt'.s oxfoiti. i.-.vi.r i������*iIl'������ M!bvtheitudet*i^iifd up till 6 p.i Tn^ ?!( wl,b V r'^''"'1 "";'"  ''        .                          'ill,    riiursclttV   15th   April,    lor! MMU* of the lei iv for whleH (ho tle.io  Maim    111   mi   *i.,.i*,   .mm. , , . ' , ' ������   ��������� , '   ' ���������    ii,,- ������������������,���������!���������!.���������������������������. ., ,���������,������.  J. IL UoLEOD  ,-.������Lt AmKnT,   CUMUIvULANU  1 ^***><>*4m-������**>**m.>+fr������>!accepted.   Wm. Duncan, Sec'y  i  Grand 5porr at the  t  i������ f*?(jui,"v3.  itr. W. \\\   ii.   Mr.l;.������*   U,  btc.li *|ijpO<l.** H hl'lii"! I'UUhtV r������iUit  ittoge, i^������f V������j.c,������"V������r.  1  1^    *  *������, ���������  V"V  tin.  ������������dl en" n*T  .leepeiu'ni* trwucry wf-jj   Mvc;i    ��������� .  I     /      . ,.!*> Iwt nyneai of WMtcluueu to pmr.C (if  j ty fivt- lect.    bjiectf.catior.s  can   lures the tnmsary cmkl be easily ro!������-  be seen nt creamery.     Lowest; ***> rf u,e m>} l,*|,f"''* Mto ,���������v,>,  , ,.     madf lit not proof aitulieit tin* proft*  (or any tender   uot   necessarily', nonal*.  The watch force of the trwsury l������  p������rfecfl.r ������nriiii|riiJ, oui) Hie !e:nd In  IrncihKi of rule* iuimiw ;i layoff or d^  thfltjre. Tin* m(.|\ w������em to reallr* the  hcSTy r*������������i-Tiiii>nitli.i������ rentinn uj ������<  th������tu. and tht r are careful nlmo������t to a  fault Ttm w.itrti U dlvM-il lr.tr* tbre������������  """* ''Hlef*. Om������ tour of duty litr-tltr* i������r  Kny per-on or p*r������nWriUnd! rtrtl *X J,ow^ ,.^.WMr,l ,'***  '    ' ~ . iio* *������tm>*tn' t������������  sinj<-������:   l.v   r������Hl������>f%.  .C'.tttiug timber or ������������,rittj' hh.r]i% > f,nt tht������������ -re r������r.|#m������ f������f nuy omerif-n  ... ���������������������������.���������������  NOTICE.  ������14  5  5 3? -g .$  :-'. '* tt   R  r* w *-   7 ..  I  I  ST  tt  I  g  Cvfif-nirJr Aee.  'on my property adjoining J. H.  I'iket'i ou the Cotirtenay rual  rrill Ue prosecuted acorttiiji t-,  law. M. l'ere*, Lake Tud,  ConTti*n.iv. B   C-  ty, *0d they *vW not ��������������������� < virrtit ���������i9f������-  f fnif ������tnmM on- i'V<������r t# niAit������* wm������������r H*  rt'ol-r ft* bv d.'iv     V,n> Ii tvHh-'iitMO I* ������  PtV'ti**      ������������������������������.".������'���������������������������     ,-���������  *���������.,���������"!'       !>-<l      |l������������������     Pi-  tffUrtl*������m>   :<l<*   I"   ������'ii"������������'.   ii ltd   /!������f������*������t   t't  kill.  I  *  Nanidmo ApiH l������tb, The desth  oocurrod st NurthlleM yektefday of  Mr. .lamo'i Parroti, proprietor uf  tlio rinH-Wuy lluut>������, and one cl'  the(ihtiat and beat-kuomi ii^idtula  of the v'.iftriit.  Mr. Parrotf has lictui siillwring  with rlmumBtio.tu (or some t.niv,  and althi'ii^h in a feeble siutu of  health, his ilouth wis iim-xpceiul.  Tbfi deei-i.ted was III* >est> of u^e  and a nntivtiof Stnurux, l'.ii}j>luml  He eiuno to Nfttiniiuo uom-ly thirty  years ������j;o, und fur many yents con  dueted tbu old HulNNVay lloint,  '���������it Coti.ov Uoftd, until tlu.t build���������  whb burned doan nbmit a jpur  ng), ni'ier ������ bieh liu buil; till l,*jU������  in Korllifiehl which he cuoductwl  up to tbe timw ot hil death.  He is snrvNd by a uife, four  ItMiLvro, tveo ut <JiuAi/i������vUnd, and  tuo in Liigiut.d, tti.tl Icur nmus,  all residit;; in EnnUntl. Fuuend  ar������iy geiaiu.:s, wl.ieli %r<^ iu the  hand* of the H!i!������frt Undertaking  JVI.,)/., b)iv* oof ytt lt������ti H4U  *f u.**i. THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  m  >w  MS  hyfes*i������r*:  '&*  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Aersnts for* 8 C  emmMem/ewmmmanniimvmmxisim  TRAM WA Y ������ CGMPANY   IN-  CORPORATiON ACT.  \V������, Algernon IT, Stracy, M.  Neelin Garland and Charles F.  Dickinson all of the Oily of Vancouver in the Province of British  t  t,  ?  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  %%  Farmer  , Columbia hereby give notice that i JLVireFjr  we propose to build and operate a  tWimway in Rupert District, Co  mox Division, Vancouver Island.  The proposed I'Otno of tbo lino  is oouirnewjinj*, nt a point on  the  ��������� Efint shore of Ntiupkifh Lake  the  said point being on Suction 20  Jin port District, thence running in  a general Northerly direction to a  '^point on May's IJtiy on Uroitghroii  Btraits on a portion of May's preemption  being section Two   (2)  Township One (1) Unport District  mild tramway being a loMgthof sir  mi lots more or less,  Dated this twenty-first day of  Dewunber XOOS.  ALOE UN ON H. STRACY,  M.NKKMN GARLAND  CIIAKLKSF, DICKINSON,  WinMU<tlU>*������>l<HmiawV������Utf������iri������i,������'>WnMaam>i(������la  *ioes  guavair  j������ **I-H ���������HS**H'*5*H'  Walworth-Rolston Co. m>  H. S������ ROLSION,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver. B������ C.  Sect H, C. Erwde, Agent;, Cumberland. 13. C.  TRAMWAY COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT,  NOTICE Is hereby given that tho  undersigned propose to build a  tramway front n point on the foio-  ���������lioro of Comox Harbour, Oomox  District, Vancouver Island, situate  about 750 feet sunt from tho South  east cornel' of Lot S2> thence running in n genera! northwesterly  direction for a dlataneo of about  twenty milts to a point ut the south  easterly end of Campbell Luke in  the said District, mid truTprsing  portions' of the following hinds:���������  Lots 82 and LM, Soot ions 42, 00  And ������(}, Lots 101, 137 ami 118,  Pnntltnlge lii'lian Reiorvo, Lot 118  Hectloiis 75, 74 and 71), Lots U0,  120 nnd 1UX, Ulook 2(1, and  through Township 0, 7, >t, I uud  1 S, together with such branch linen,  spurs sihe tracks 11ml feed am tu  connect with the said tiuinwuy us  ^���������H*^l.*H^-W**H*,H^������W**l*,H*W<  ������������������Cumberland Livery |  land Fed Stable...  V  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  ::  , .     MM  I *  awmaa   . .  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   t  m eetermemmmmmAjum rimmmrmmw ������'������  I Hauled  t  ������V."!V    'x   .,.,r-       I.,  ..... j        ...  Dunsmuir Avenue  ; CUMBERLAND,   II. 0.    ������  ,^>*u*������*<^*teJ,^������(������|a|w>A*������(,.p4,4*(ti|nkM*|Hf,  Wood's ElitopSwfiino*  *> Mw/jJ foolM J(m*ty.  Tutu* nnd lnvl||,*n.w������tho whom  tiurviiiii sysuni, rmilcw ,p������w  llk-r-d in oljywliis. Ow* A>,������-'  ���������u* .''������iitl./������*, MiTl'iloml VJii.tlViv, i' ������  NOTICE.  Ridiuij! on locomotive* and  rail  wny oarr of the  Union  Colliery  Cotupany by any pi-roon   or  per������  tons��������� oxoept tain crew���������iu strictly  prohibited.   Employees  arv sub-  'no toiiisttiisBiil for allowing nam*  By order  Kkanois D, Littiic  Manage:,  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink  U. B, C, Sohemian  The UNION BREWING Co, Nanaimo B, C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITH,  CIGARS dr TOBACCOS  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  -AND   in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Dated tl.i-.2Uih (Ihv of I'Vln, 1000  A, I). ,M������KAK,  THOMAS McLARTY  Ii, *., v. i.Aiu.  80 VRAR8'  tXPsmsNCS  HEARTS NUBSERIES.  For tho Spring Trade  "TeMed Stock, Seeda   fur Farm  Garden, or Uoiwrvatory,  TiiS'ti:i> .uoclC  from tltn bust KroivwrH iu Knuland  Fruuco, Holland, United Suites  hi id Canada,  Fruit   nnd Ornamental Trees,  binull Fruity, lilni'lish llolliis,  Grown In tbo imly juul of the Am*  orioiin coiitiiic.it uot, infected  wl'tb the Sim Jo*e i-culti  Our \tu\-t tin not tuivci to lm fumix't  led und o:Mi������equ(*nii,v il.tniaucd  bfriiy  Pumps,  Fcriilil-srs, H<������* Supplies, Spraying  .Msieri'ils, Cut  Mikum etu.  16? junto CATAI.OOUK I'KKK,  M.   J.    H������NRY  Oroo'iLpiiBcn,  S������������U Houiuo snd Z*oat  Ul)t������������ A4d������o ���������,������  aOtO W������BTMtMWKH no An  I Brunch Kuisory, Oouth Vanoouver,  B r  TCusuWrte^ In Courtenay  wminM   f,n   ������,n*������������������ *������ n*)������^  I  /       'X,  . i'j������t|iiktniiHi-*.. Aii4h������"ii Tm   't-i        /������������������������ , ������ v ������  Mcttimiflt\.fMtm.������jit. immewemtn [ he Lourtenay H otel  Kvery convrmlimr-* for gucisls,  IhtCjutitil lZotil for OfOfti:������ion  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Talcq Notice.that. Fraser River  Lumber Co., Limited of Frasor  Mills, B, C, Occupation Pnwmill  and Lumber Company, intends to  apply for porniission' to loaso tho  following described Intnl.���������  Commencing sit n jiost planted  about 750 feet distant nnd in a  southtmeterly direct ion front tho  southeast corner of Lot 82, Ooinox  Disti-iot, thonco 1000 foot South  49 degrees, 44 minutes Must,  thoncn 500 feet North, 40 degrees  If) minutes East, thonco 1500 foot  North, 40 degrees, 44 minutes  Wosli thonce South 40 degroos 10  minute West, tu point of com.  inoiKMinnit. slid containing 17,2 r-  croti moru or Iusr,  Datod2lith Fcbninry   1000.  Fisaskh Riveu Li'Miutt; Co. Ltd,  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  Week-raid ejrvioa  bstwaeu Votieouter,  Nr.n������imo, Union, Comox, by the  steel Clyde built ivriu no***  st������am������r "COWIOHAN"  ��������� SfliliaK tu uud������r~  L������nvea VAuoo4V8r, Satanhy 8pm  Arrives Nunniiiia, Saturday 12 p m  Avrivee Union, Huud������y tl n m  Arrives Uumox,  Saaday 8am  Koiurniut;:���������.  Loaves Comux. Hundsy 4 p iu  Lcuvod U������\yj Buudny 6 j������ m  Arrlyen N������ualmo, 8nndiiy 11 p m  Arri-ee VancouverMeuday7u8i  8tnffo leave. Union to? Uuinberlan<l ������v-  ory Sni)dtt.v morcing on arrival of "COW.  IUHAN;" and loavea Cumoorltiod Hotol  it 1 p iu, ooniieetiuu with stuamer at,  Uaiou.  Union Bay* IteKii.  Funeral Direct  ������������������ ��������������������������� <>  tor  and   Em-1  balrrier  !!  How? e Raiitintr Itc*  ncwlBtj it FonurinUou*  CareAiity Attended to.  Onmhoi'larid,  B. C.  T������i'<,llt<i, OfllV  ,.���������,,     ,,ll    ,       U>^l|r*#   P+i&Mm   l**(*������*,4   l**.-aw.������>A,.^#  ^. ������,*.,v..v ,- t   v. *** a,    wa..%u   *.������������,������    w.*,y Vrftf4l#  "-������������������������  COMOX LAND DISTUKJT,  Tuko Not leu thiif. Kraeur lilvor  Ltirnliiw Ou. Limltoil ol Frasor  MIKn 11, O,, Occupation Snwinillfi  and Ltiiiibi'i* Compnny, intniuU tu  apply for perm Union to lease the  following il^M'i'ibod   land;--  NOTICE  Kvory Monday Jiml Friday I  will be tu (own to deliver Fresh  Htttter and nil kinds ofVegetnblen  ami also SO tons of potato**j vrjll  sell cheap,  Chiu Ykuk,  Sand wick.  Notice, la horoby (*lv-m that Thirty  T>nyn after (lute I Intond to apply to  tho Honourable Chief Uoiamin*lon������r  of U'whIh nnd Works for a LIocwm to  prosjioul for roul Mel potrol������'Hii Un������  dor tlin forcHhoro and undor th������ >wa-  tor nt.'tl upuutlio luml In Uoitm. lbirlmnr,  iii.d dtioribod us follow*:���������Cotnuicuoiiff  lit ft ])i)Ht   |l||||lt((l Mt tllft KOntll Vi'l'������t nor-  i)nr <>f It, K, N������rler'r! olnlra; tfim,u������ smt  80 eliiilNsi llmiioo nou'h bOelinnn; Umno^  WBStbU ebnin������i tlmiion n������>nh 80 oiminsi  to pines of cnntninnessnant  (���������cntniniuy iitiout (UI) wor������������,  lhtal tldi 2Hth d.y i-f t) couibsr 1008.  R. W, || AM MUNI).  H. ItusiN.pl������>r, Ai'on  Steamer Homolen nrrived la?t  laet Friday inornioj; for buiikcrs,  bound tor rioutb America, vvich  cargo ol lurabftr (or ih������ Sound,  Claybitrn aiid scows ar������ loading  for Vancouver.  Tug Pilot arrivwl on Tueiday  and sailed for Ludyoraiih wiih  n'niowof blaekaraith coal.  Steamtr Lee Bro arrived with  car}!0 of buy und oats consigned to  the Wellington Colliery Co.  Mr. MoCdri-rof Taylor Mill Co,  left by the City of Nanaimo for  Viotoria on Saturday,    o  M r, Frunk Little, Mm Little and  Miss Porry wore quests at the Nob  son Hotel last week.  Mr. Win. Harwood arrived in  town by Tuesday'b boat.  Piles and lumber are on the  ground for the erection of the now  Government wharf. Wiihtht arriv  al of the pilfldriver work will commence.  Mr. and Mrs, T, Brorm were  preeented with a daughter on Friday evening last  Those nttending the ontettoiiv  ment at Cumberland onTuumlay  evening returned homo hifihiy  plerrep with Mistt JobiiBton and Mr  .McfUye aaentertninera.  Messrs Gibwon and Pearson or������  in town in tho inturestof tbe B.C.  RtfuiingCo., Ltd., of Port Moouy.  Pilot- Obristensen arrived in  town on Tuesday last, having  bryujtht in s. 9. Hornolisn.  Aguind dar.ee vill b������ h#ldat Dmuitn  Islftii. ou th������ evening ������t Friday, 23rd ia������t  a. a. City of NaBitiaio U-*ves Ofinoa j>ay  ,a7  o'clock  p.m.  rbturoing atlor tbu  dllKSO.  Mrs. Jiihu I ocknor of Ouaiberlend  was ibe guoU c( Mr. und Mrs. b.  ki'iiwck.  Yacht OoUur* arrivwl at the waai f on  >Suiiday wilh tiur<.Klout���������liov.J������J^Duh������mni^���������  aad party aboard.   .  U. S, Oruiuei t^ttenoa crrivod on Man  day atler hankerso> l.*>r -A������y iiirtbi  Airs. T. L. K^y nud'eavightor roiuinwi  fiam Vauemivrr on Sunday..  , A fow ������f tlie lucal ajxiiti worn'oat iry-  .ing-tliemi������lVfB.������ii-Suu<4iy-ior_tue_fl!'8t'���������  time ihtn������Mi>Boti aud wfll'flaorUy conii oooo  getting lliiut's iuto R' ������ye I >r the brntLuil  hfijfun. Uoioo Hay ������il Jo&vu K0\vr*l  uuwpUyoraiu tbe i*d aud grey aud n  strong rt'uai ve tot uinerjjeucies,  W>������a������*atata������-)a*t*������������*������t^*������*������>������*i^' 'HI1MW ������������������ S.-a-SKW  Bowling Match.  Tho firat toAia w������r������ vtiib played on t1*  bawling alley on Tuesday aftonvjuu l-y.  twaen the WoIIiiikIku Collieiy Co,, team  and the Iloyol Bwik, team, Tho -rnme  wt,i a oloau ������nd iniiMtetinff onu til  tbroutfb, uud the no re uiudo by ihe t*o  t������aiii������ is n good mu>, cottsldodnj: Um time  tliey hiivn boon bowlluB, and tho bo>a tiro  li>, king forwurd tu aomo oloso and uxeit-  icg ffioiei. Thn Jliitik loam not two juamoa  out, of Uie three pluyad, but lw������ on iha  totul koiiio by SI puiiita,  Th������ ioore is as  follow*!--  Wcl.'luRton UoJIiory Oo. To������m.  Ollnti'ii, 121-613.110 tots!   817  i)������iby, lu'i-iaaeo t-ui jii������  Ho!!, 70.113 J Oil total  'M  MuFor.sat, Oii-loa-W t������t������l   2i������8  Grarul lolil 1U34  Royrl hink of C-nnd������ Team,  Netlisrbj.lM 1S4C0 UM !KA  Stawnrt, 84 l.fl-lU  ..t������!,nl 321  lUlorow, 8054-C9 ..total ������i*D  Ibuul, I32-137-211 toUl 31):)  *y  LAKD HEOiniaT AOI,  III Ihs rastliref ������a .['{illinilrtn f������r Uup'i-  oatu OsrtlfiosU* rt Iblu "��������� lot I XXV,  ������������������uiiuii 74, sod H, V,', ii40iiot������l J *.a  H, K,   bH0tof.nl j,j uf H<ctloo9H,"  t������vo'bi*> 9, fiiif.p85B O! Co^or. D|i.-  triet,  KOriOR Is btrnhy rIvoii ihnl It U wy  Intra'I n ������t lbs e������pitttll"ii i*f i>ji. niofctli  bun d������t* at th������.tWi!; fotiliojllon honcf 1o  i'lHiiu Dii|iliQ������.u(]uriiilciit*s uf Tl'lo k* ���������������  \uj\tt IrimU iHUrd  t<������  Uoury Omk Me������  , , cjuiiliih un tlu 7th ������o������ruiW, 1803, 7tli  (���������iiinnioneliii* nt   tho north went    Nutlet* In homi.y g\\-t>n thut Thirty , ,,���������j| jjj/i   Hl,) h<',-Oou,'n.t 10M   nml  (,.,,,,' p'��������� of   DUtriut   Lot   100, ri^^Ubta ,Chilf',0������SSn,:?a,^ i -.aib.m7rfc.-; atl^ly IWS7.. '.R40ri ..������  C'otnox Diiitt'lct, theiii'c north  -10 ������' U\t\(\a mvi Wori-s for u Uwi* to '���������i'-'i''������.  ,      .^. ,,,     |    .   .,   k 1AW,|   . pruSFioct for eoiil nnd introltutt* un- <    J.innl Kc.iii-tTy lifliw, t i-���������'-  '' "  tU^rm IU lalniitMhai.t, 1000 fiet, i|fr 1|w fn^hm u), un|������;r t,m ^ : M|(| ,l8l.(, flny llf Mnroh| m  uiitl oi) ilti! Idiirl kin������������"i ns   W������iit������   Ulart'j H. V. UOiiHoy  Grind total   iai&  ���������r������-*4fjs-a  xm\f wfo ���������ift^cntJ Monthly I V!������������<*,*! MlrJ)f  !*t%������iiIifU,������f ii v;*������t������:t tvooitui������j,4.-j i rintWV>U|l������������t  V.  True* Mamb  Oe#rm������MT������ Ac.  " tadjISKrtuit-AMM  ieiW'-������rm*������(.  I *���������! ������;,<>,  ot.n-Mt-s  I'.laHM Ul������a (F.  9nM*i������WW, ������������������*���������  .  .  S-:i������Ktuic mmm.  AfcMiA-Mrt.!* ill irt-������'*l *f������|l..   Urt-ajt ������f-  Pule In DiH'ks���������K^������������ for sub;  from f'rlwi bred stock $!i,00 per  ������iftiii(Tof ll.tHBAfiiptxrfl.  Ton locum (ie������t���������������> E^h 00c.  eiii'b.  Mm. H. C. Nixon  Dinmati Island.  N'l.iin bii', '.!,r I'.tu of ',','inr* *ml b^uon  ������t the Uar.  RAT&8        RRABONABLB  ym **'HWf .ui ������*j teiynmmeKfieeje}  tljtii'-������' MHtli 41 dogi'ium 4(1 mill-  nil-.* Ivast 0500 foot, theiiru South  40 il^ruoa 10 iiiinutoh Went lilou  finit niori' or bwa to hi^h wntor  niui'li, Ihoron iioi'llnvij.M.fi'ly fulluw.  Inir tlm hllid hl<*h H-nir������r nmi'l' *'i  ������n ll"' Jiiilnl ',f   f'riMii|l<"'i<(<it'i'rif  .lisiaui-t-ornSOOM-UnoroorW,!"^1,   ...      ��������� ,     ,n      ,    ,   J  ,  ,      , ,��������� ,     ' j    I'uitd dm :yi!i du/of Dsceinhei' 1908 j  lOiit'tntig 110rci-bs-inoro������r lm,, hakKY ATIIERTON I  Dated the 6tb, day of March lOlll), I H. Hans Nupitr, Aftni  !���������'."���������'���������,'.���������!( Rvrr: I.���������������������������..-.������������������:.���������: f'., f,:: .! _...  full^si-Commenein. ,v ,1 pe������������ pUnt.cl 10kx*^^^$^���������+������t\  iu iher.onliM.tcMiHTof I'.. U. .������h|>i������i".,    J. *^   ������ y  %    O. H TARBELL  ��������� ������W<"������H->*t*M������  M  ������n������fM'W-*'.-**������tji#������#l  cUiiu; ilKiict! t jsl   So    rluin',  ih'td -  nouili ������0 (.hnim, ihcr.ie viti   81 (hiiiiHi  tl<i'rn> nn''l'i fi���������l>iM rh'iir.   1,1 il ������   >���������'���������,,.  ,t Inf roinmenretnerii (cinimuinn tbnut fti^  w,t,���������Ma,ii, ana... ,,*,**. ntlm,*..*      1}  i Jl.Ult Uuuww   Jlvtuu,')  emi^r  Afl ������tt KillflEN    UT������NJ������IL!^  Spcrtsm^n^ Goods  General Hardware \  \\s\m\ it^ShiloWiil cure niyj|.r^e,i for .-,t ������.d p.iri.t.us tin- J ^^^^^^^e^e^X  uirhs and colds, {*���������"���������' til0 '���������"������������������|������"* <"1 "n<ir1, tU(> wnt!tf ��������� yf.m,",,       " .. - ^ **^  Notleo is horoby |tiv������i������ 1 hkvi  TlArly]  rHys ������fi������r rlohi I int*n������l to apply to j  the Itur.ourublu Chinl   UunnmlinUiimr)  , of Imnds inl Wor.n for a I^cttiss lu j  John Johnston,    Prop  ���������>.  An Ad in the Ni-vvs'Ot your Job Printing  pays.    Try it. !(!0nc at the News.  ������!,il ������n id*. I������r,d������ ,fi i.'jiiiKX lUrb ur,  N'ollur, tHhliiut, tbiNi-rlbcd ������. fidluTiS;���������  I oii,iiH'������cin|  st ������  |i"Ht  |i f.iii-o it Ue  I't'U tViLiv--S'������'d poialoei-,  Non-mon Ileanty, ������ixteen 'layn  oHilii-r than Karly  Hose, an iminoumi yieldur,    I'rice  5c. jur piMind; if by ii.,.i':i.id pu.ij'"-* l'-������ ">������"��������� ������������������'���������*��������� <-' lM ''"*"   ".    Iy!U'^*-r lot������ at ruli.n-il pn-  All urdt'i* will   rc*i ha,  inv  iipf tttrtiiti'iu,���������1������. V\m,  Co������C'.% B,C.  Norn.it  Awv  j.1.111 II I,I    p.  I I., I'lttllll'.',  n-uth w.ss eorin'f of T. tii.t'ii's jluirai!-������������iiii.viiiy in- tnkinu   siiy   bliiki,  tU-������ ,...r������l. sUwl ������ .hnie...  tl.*.,-! tj|1(U.t ,(; vo���������d.f,ffl,(V(lwriit,wln  ������������������������  I'' CI  I  t������������������t *W ������ti-.ttiv; lUtoo"   Stoii'h   slnMit U  flinlns; tr������ th<! shor-l;n������; U:������������f-' fidli-'v  ��������� in*  CM:'li|n|i!if fclfillU'Vlfii-n,.',  ii*?,-,) v. ������ !i'!,|,  ,!������ ���������, ' l'i-/o������,,-*i  .':������������������)���������  M   J������. l-'T-VV  K   H-MMr ^'^f^l.'^ *f *    ,  Vll'S.' t" tbi'   'Vrtil'I'.j'ti.;-,   v,i,|.  :>���������'  - ir f���������<i'i-  ������, r.iii  :.,vr,.,y. THE NEWS, CtrMiSERL^il), BKlTlSH COLUMBIA.  BeYSal K���������!ps Yoa to Er!  lircause it contains nil the  stimulating properties of  beef in a cooceiitratt'd lurra.  This excites the appelitejind.  makes you hungry.  BOVRIL Feeds ������oa  Because it contains all the  Albumen and Fibrin "!' the  beef. These are the vital  nourishing property, which  make BOVRH., differ ".o es-  sentially from all other pre*  paviuions of meat.  M  Locals  FOUND-On April 2nd, a lady's fur cape and-,child's fur, on  Penrith Avenue, opposite the  Methodist Church. Owner can  have same by calling at this office and proving property.  -������*������-  ft Miff  LOST   or   STRAYED���������One  cow from Mrs. Harwood's ranch.  i has grey neck and reddish  legs  ; below tbe knees.    Any informa-  j tion please leave at this office.  Bo not asutft tiibttltvtiit,  Young man   with  ! Going Out of Business  On account of ill health I find it in-po?fible  to carry on @ j %  my businecg any  longer, and tbe whole of  my   splendid ��������� j| ! ���������  Mock will be disposed of 111 pi ices quite  res;urdlo?s of cost. ������ ' ���������������-  My whole su,ck  of  WATCHES, CLOCKS, JKWELRY, %  PLATED WAKE, -ml STERLING HILVER-bui Gluse, |  Leal her tSoodrf, Books And Stni-.oiif  ii*       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.        ?  CUMBERLAND,  B.C.,  Capital. ������3,900,000  Khsskvic, $4,600,000  Asskts,   $46,400,000  Dkpojji'i*, $88,700,000  ter and Safe, all for sale cheap -FOit SALE CHEAP,  rv, Show Ciises. C-nin-   sV  McLEAN i  (������J Njw Thi3 IS a Genuiue Sale.  ; Money Orders=������c:  4  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Francs, Marks,  Rubles   Li res, Kronentnete.   Payable-All  Over  the World.  Savings Accounts Open,.With One Dollar Upwards.  o  o  o  *>  I A a. NETHERBY,   Maxaokk. |  !    WANTED  _, t   .1. j Fourth Class Engineers Certificate  -EYE OPKXER"   WinENsir;Wa,M->1^,neDt-APf,1y at tbi*  ITS VIEW. olhc"  I .... ^   ��������� JioWrt Grant' -M. P. P. arrived  Calgary, April 14,���������K.O.  Ed- by Wednesday's boat.  wards, Editor of tho4,Ey-Opener," . 1   *���������     ,   is coiisidering-JiTury fVtoringfitig;!     Airs. A. Haywood arrived home  gostioii from some Toronto   busi- J by Wednesday's  boat.  Doss men, to move his v,'(>ll-known '  paper from Calgary   to   Toronto,  and will probably ae,c.ep\    The of  Iw came   to   him   1-st   summer,  shortly before the DomLiioaEW-- |of the musl distinguished n.usieai  tion, and Mr. Edward- was on the!ta,ent of "ur tow" and Conrtwiay  point of accepting. However, j th������e will also be Mrs. Dr. Drys-  vheu tbe elections were anuonn-1dil!e t!lc 'wuwi.ed Songstress of  ci������d. ha decided to rem*in nt Cab I Nanaimo The Eledrio Club Swing  garv to yive nssiscamv to Mr. C. iir������ "iH he a nove  *   Ma-rath in Ltthbridgo.    Now | future of the Entertainment  probably  PRESBYTERIAN   CONCERT.  Wliile in Cumberlasid Deal With j  Comox Co-operative Society. t  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meatsand Farm Produce $  All Orders Promptly Delivered. $  R. Webster, Manager. ���������  COURT OF REVISION.  Merchant  r; ���������       -   n  13 clear b������  will  ti>tj way  accept the offer. Tlic "Hye-Open  or1', will probably be tuned into a  joint stock company, in which Mr.  Edwards will hold thu controlling  -ki-tavest,���������_���������_������������������ ___   A Court of   Revision   for   the  Friday 23rd. in?t, Besides some; Qjly 0f Cumlierlatul will  be  held  in tbe city council chambers, on  Monday, May 5th," 1909, at 7:30,  j). in.  Any person or persons finding  themselves improperly assessed  for the year 1909 may appeal to  thin court, either personally or in  writing.  A. MCKINNON,  City  Clerk.  d   attractive  Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Bailey arrived from Vancouver by Wednesday's boat.  Mrs. T. Dickie and daughter ar  ri^QnioTHe*by^\TaiTraiHIT'FijoTrfT  Mr. and Mrs T. E. Bate arrived  Dorando Pielri,  Italian   Mara-  thoner will iust about land   twice , ,     .-, .,    ,    ,  ,    ,.,������������������������������������.     ,   . ihome by I'nday'a boat,  in the hall of fainn  fi.r iiemg one |  of the greatest Marathon racers the'  world has over known  and  ������8  a  capitalist  Counting in his sltajo on the  spoils, Dorando lias made nearly  $80,000 fiinco arriving in America. He ha* hewn racing constantly both in Naw York and Wout-  orn cities, yet Tin bin not gone  ntalo,    llo will probably go homo  NOTICE:���������No ads will h.  changed after Monday noon of eael  week.  F. D.  Little aud  Miss  Littlt;  vvore passengers by Friday s boat,  Miss V. Bate was a passenger  by tbo outgoing steamer on Satnr-  early in tho Summer, but says  hejda- \M^t  will come buck early next, winter  FOR SALE���������All of my household effects consisting  of   tables,  clIinTspiwiWaTnTrnitbT���������stoves-eriCr-  Alrs. R.Grant,  Cumberland B. C.  11 ������������������ I 11 |IF*-*"-������������J|*rw������"-������--T.       -*���������������*" nirt.nBHir..anM  -O���������  it--Shilo's  Rnpoat    it--SbiloV   euro   will  always cure my coughs and colds.  Mr. Geo, SU-vens informs us  i that ho has accepted his old position buck again, as nmnagen'of th������  C. cfe U', wuiev work's. Mr. Stc  veils is the right man in the rijWit  place, arid tt good many of hi* i'ri-  end* will lie ploased to learn of his  re Instiitemeur,  Mr. A. F. Knov, ivpn-ianting  Weilur lli'os, of Vie.inriii was in  town thin week in ilm ifilr:r*i of  his lfnn, nnd leiives )>y the outgoing btcaiDoi' on Tluirsil.iy,  "W. 11. Stringer upholstering,  MaUre.sh niakiuo and ri juu'rs: new  gund.,,'wars and roinuu.vs of 1'"-! L������m���������g(W and Mutrresses mudn to  diau litb, wastlm  aitiM   in  every ;ol.(|,,r  pi.-iv anil .showed hrr thorough. N> n.^Cm-pets Ink.-inip, cl-ini  kiiowitdgcuif Indian lore   Mr. Mc ()(j |U���������j [V\ii\l)i  Ray., tu tli" imprimatur of. Orders ti.ken nt the Furniture  Fiviii.'Ii l 'aiiadian lilt- v if a No very , ���������lu|.0(  line and iiiade his audi-wo altoo>t; ^, ^   bohi-vc thill limy \voiv mining the j ('uinberland will I'oli'brato the  "llibituit.;" d| 'Old i.v>unbef. Tim : 'i\\h of May iu grunt i-tylc Mayor  icii'-vi oi' -.'i������.tna(;ciiiK������ut oftho C'iV ' McDonal-1 inin boon Hjipo'miod  r.il.roiilu bo I'.onorauilwtod ill j l'rehiilont uf the Crtmmitu e; ,t.  .nci./iig twii such Hi'iints. i L. IJniwn, Sei'ivtkry; uud \V, Wil-  " -"    -������������������ i laid,Tie.HflUrtiri ui'i.iutid bv a cum-  Foli .��������� VLK - -IVKin Duck eggM ; l||iU|W( SubHcriptio,,,  toward 'tho  1 ,,'!,,,   1,1,111  tn,   I,nn 1IW|  ,,vi,|, tn  HOrlPITM, ENTKKTAIN*  M JuNT  The enteruiinmetit giv������n on hist  Weduoeday and  Thursday  ovon-  ������ ���������  ingsforlhu benefit of C, & U.  Hospital was a very successful affair, both pt'i'f'>rni;iu<������i being well  mieailed, The entortiiiners of both  evoning1, Miris l'aulinn Johnson  and Mr, Waiter Melluyo being  t .���������:-.clU'iu, both ri'i-i'i\ing hi>arly  njiphiu>e which they well diiscrved,  Mi'.s J.ohn������iiii,,ki rciiilitioii of |e-  NEW YORK  13 ?W2 GREATEST  THEWRIGAL & SHOW PAPER  m THE WORLD.  $4.00 Per Year,   Single Sjpy, 10 Ufc  ISSUED WKKKliV,  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PU3. CO, (Ud),  Atamvj noun:, ���������,��������� I'I'iiijsukiis,  *���������" w. awn ,st.. Nkw Yoiu"  U*N*jmi.  IIMWJWBW7,  NEW  Notice is licroby uiven that Thirty]  Lljiys after (iJile I intend to 'apply io)  iho lii-iiioiiralila Olnef Comnvssior.or!  ot Louis and Works for r Lieoiike to,  prosjieL'ti fur coa.i and ]iet;r'<leum uu- '  iter th'j following described lands situate '. ,  iu Sayvuvil Disaiet, B. 0., cominoucing at i  a post on tlio bviic of the Campbell River ! _���������_  opposite the S. E. pent of lot jC-i. Thence !  clue Ncrih 110 en lir.s more or kf,3 to the ;  N. K. comer pout of i>a-.d lot 104. Tlieuce :  due ������re*;i.l!(5.7U chains inore or 1-ss Io the '  N W. corner o������ uaiii lot 184. Thence i  wintli 30 chnin*'. Thence due east 06.70 ;  chains more or leas to p!aC8 of commence- 1  merit. j  Dated this 9ch-day of March 1909.  K   I'll! EST.  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CtlADE TO   0������DEn Rf^D  \H ANY STYLiE YOU LU1SH.  PEBFECT FIT GUARANTEEB.  Prices'' Tpvm $20 to $40.  inccctJi xnT,3U!jnz.'&ircx^K<aa-*������> z?z  C U M Ii H R L A N D,  B. C.  Di* yon in'ond to purohaso u nuw liioy-  clu thin Hiiion? Wo Iwvu ovor Twenty  Different Model" tochmma from,  Ymir Htwntioii in osllml to our Onvcrc  tr.������ Ro������d[t,T(ft *plMiclid K'Kli-ti Ulu.olc,  ?������.    Ccvur.ry i'������reo i'pw?.!, o:>i> iG'.iW T   ''"'',," ,7'JJ'"  W-soHEiialUb, Cunudhm and  Ain*i'i- |!l01""' ��������� im")  NOTCK is hereby given that th������ undersigned intend to apvb' "O mullth nftcr  THFo^c~^tlS^flr������rpT^tBa1ir/T"orvtW������-no-  tico to thei'jrovoraor-iii-Conncit Io- approv I  al of the plum aiifl site of a proposed boom  ing t-roniid ill (Joinox Hiihor in tl������������ D:i-  tri.tof Cimiiox, Vi c.ni.'ei' liLi.d, Jiii ish |  I'oli/m l>l't. ,  AN D NOTICE h ii-Bo gii en that, n 11 tn ;  of t!i* proposed works together with a >le ',  soiipfioii of the cito have benn doponti'd \.  in the i lUvo <f the Miiiimcr of .I'uMicj  Work" at, Ot'HWa, and in ih������i otlics of the i  Distn'o; Kefiistrar of Lund* iuthoUity ofj  Vict.rin, Province if llrili-h f'olnnii in.    !  UttUd this Iflth dsy of Miticli, 1009.        1  FRASER R1VKK LUAlHIiJi CO.    I  Tvfiss. Paulino .lohnson   arrived  by NVuditesdayV   bout,  nnd   whilo'  buro wiifr'tbo guest ���������iif    Mr.    und  Mrs. (������. W. Clinton.  Mrs. AListors, of Xunninio:arrived bv Frithiv's bor.r,,  v ������  'i-'Oll ,SALK~:'igg" I'-'i' lunching, R. C. Rhodii Lsl .ml Reds  $1.50 por sotting of !:���������{. Leuvo  oi'doi'ri nt station us ^0011 its poi-siblo  ns onlv a lituitt-d nuuibiM'  will   hi  latiy nanost  DINNER SETS  GIVEN AWAY  Did You Get Yours ?  livery user oi Koyal Hou chold Flour receives a coupon in eaoh  49 lb sank whioh entities the bolder to a ohanco to win n biumiful chi-  liii dinnor eel Ten are {.'ivx-n away free each month to the tiKern of tlds  itu'rmns bread flour. Duplicities of iho cou|ionp pbiced in the flour  sacks are placed iu a KeaUl re-inptacle and ten are drawn each month.  Tbo winning numbers will lo announced in ibis npace. Compare your coupons each' ni.'iiili with the lucky numbers as announced  and it }ou find you hoid one of t.l c- duplicaic!-, send it to us, and we  will at once forward you a beautiful 109 piece ciiiint dinner tet free of  all churaer-.  Vancouver Milling & Grain  Co., Ltd.  YANCOUVKK.,    h. C.  t*������(r-^Triv.i,������v^������vi^*MViteST/m^Mrf^*^^*iMa*.*wM  -^  ie Rieht -Price  b  Ml������  Oin Wheel" iroin ?10 n. {lift.  Ouih ii* tlio hfsc repair rih"p iu Vinfcori;',  muI mir workniiin ure '������ll i-xp.rtR at the  luiM.'fHO.    but. uk do >out iopnii-iu������;.  |~-l  c  LOST���������Hctwcen Sandwich uud;  Cuinbcrlaiid, two books entitled  Old wbet-lH mven on n������w nim������. AumU'. "I Inppv Sundays with the: Iiiblc'  A-.utml in uiirojit.aoule.1 wt\ ory. j   ,eage r(.turn t()',j,js ufi-JCt,  or    t0  Writ*) i-r null on tin ������i our rn-*' store,      !  i  THOS.  OENTEAIi OVOLE  DEPOT,  1110 Gov't,, St., Ojipoulio Spuncor'ii  ii������ Ouru in thuI������ionuoi-Bloyolo Stern,  VICTORIA,       B. 0,  a������������t������r/M������������������������a"������<������������������������������"������ '���������*������������������������"��������� aanuaaiMlM  FOR SAbK- -Automobilo iu  good ui'dor, prici) $150.0(1. A pjiiy  to l\. Abo, -No I. Japtown.  ������������������ ilC  o\l ,iii^  I  <; s  'i- ,,i  ��������� ���������������  CJ*  i.r.ov,  ('���������oirtrmiv  *  v.'nich   wat-  ,.,..'. i> .���������.,i*  ; t.llil.lUlllil  Ol  >   v..,..    .   u���������  I.evor Jirmlirrii, Toronto, will wmt y,-n  fice a cuke of their famous l'luii'. -i  toilet toa[i, If  ymi nu-nti'm Ihi'i p.'p'-.  ''ilriiicu  Cc,intuitu  on ! n t i'tiiiimUy tho 15th,  - -  ���������  '     i   i ���������       ,,    .  .'  -    >.  ���������'   ������J.J   An V  MHV> nxf.ill'"    lll'd   ||(,H    had  or i).  Hole  Ih'lli'-w,   of   tin'   f.'i.;:ibe.'l.ijj'.l  I'll '4  >,ll,<  Haicliingogg/i from dark brown  thoroughbred l,i-giioni6, .M.ii  pri/.ii wrniutr   Nihicuuvki'   L.n  tion.   I'rii'o $1.01)  pt-r Sotting of  l.'it-gg.-*,   ������S, 1''.   1'oIim-iii, Coiiins,  IV O.  ti  ;. i;������ir," p..tr.n,iig.-.  Jt hn-iii* to be tlh' ',fi'iifi,ii npiii  j.'ii  -j ii.������' :c-iiji '  ui   C���������' ii  ���������.:.,.i ���������.; i ���������. it '���������' ���������������������������   vn  tf)!!,*1  ib.nir t.  ;: >-- :-w e  inns.  .it lies   0������-ii   i; '...(Hl,  Ici't o"!er'".Mj 4t<>i runs  FUR SALK-A   bn.'Jo  in  On-t,  eliiiiH poiidilioi,, ban   pitint  iinwii  io '.'rop Mtiiu.H  from  idipninp,    A  ci'lai.i' I r������rnij��������������� vtiil ffM for J;if������ en'.,. Apply  ui Nvwsi (Mbif-.  ,il   I  LOST- A bidyV (tdhl lor-krt and  elmiii; tbo l"<:ktit rontuiiiM n photo.  I-Hnli*r wlH pba-e inliirn utmo to  thi* ofliec,  Mi<i. lh'yndalr win ������������������I'H{   ill   tin-  f-,.���������.;,, ��������� , .,.,rt ( linn-ii tii-.'t Suu'Imv  Rover Moror Cars   ;  Nww and UuunitittibU Prom $600  Thc*e clfbiatrd f;us arc- wjUteri down from $\nm  y.i ���������, j..���������������  i'o'f r iii rivu-i  bv VWlri'i'iav'* boat,  llOliI'-  R-. ���������,.���������!���������  it    Shilo*. wi!  |o|||!im |:oi i-n|.i|.  cur* in",  to   uW.'.y  \V   1^,'St   to   itl.'lkl"   TOOlll   Iilf    I'lCi,    U.>   '.(.',;,  Plimkv Auto Comoam  Public Notice!  To Property Owners and Householders  of Cumberland: ���������  Please   take   notice  that all ashes, rubbish |  etc., now Ivin;.' in rear I  oi promises (which are  n  menace to the public health) must be re;  moved by and   rctla-;  1        >    't     ,i.i  lei    in.in j \pi H    i jvh,  1909.  Hv Order of the  Mkdical I Ikai/tu;  ()ri'ici-:R and  ! Cut Council.  t aa>aaaa������<aaiaiHtMaKaMa������aaaaaa<  I    IF    VOU    WANT    GOOD  llPFN'TlNT,    (\(\     TO    T11K  : N* f- \VS ��������� 1-1KST-CL A SS WORK  X :    l-'ult SALi;   r-vi. .f^fiv but!  *e  New Goods���������WALL PAPBE  LINOLEUMS  and  LACE CURTAINS  The Riylu I'tioc  l-'iiniitiirc Slnre,  A. HoKimucsi  u.i������ww������i������,ii'.������m,mi>n,������rii,������wnKU i  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLIC1TER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladb'V find (roiitlemcii'** Suits Made to Order  Trutn Sao to H;,->    All Work Kim (}\a<u  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  Victor-".  1   ['  .1 1 U  \ j j 1.  ���������A,  \',  f-  a. r-  cftf������ee������9ari������Miio������������fo0   etctttt������9iuef������#('������co������  *m$������m ������+mm<*m*m  )


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