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 ,&  VJt  /*- A  **>*-- '  ���������  -   V' J-  '-   1**     -^   ^m4tt.^mi-���������/'  '\  ^/  i  A. Journal DtaVoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  Thr News, Eighteenth Yearj  CUMBERLAND.B.-C.UMESDAY, AUG 18,  J^9.  Subscription.$2.00 a Year,  Our Great Mid-Summer  CLEARANCE:SALE  now on, and will continue for two  weeks more. All Summer Goods  not sold are further reduced to  clean them up. COME before it  is too   late and get  these  sterling  BARGAINS  .  SIMON LEISER  -   & Co., Ltd. ,  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  aa?ssacaVi,  A FULL LINE OF  ���������*  Crompton Corsets  JUST ARRIVED  Straw Hats BeloU) Cost  t  ������  rll   . .  J. McPHEE & SONS  Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland.  ���������***���������  mmnM.nui.'i-*'.1 "u������..i.^������*-"ii''ii'"'i'"'!";"1'.'  f  mem4ma*ie������mM*Mjmm������0*T*rmJ*ea*^ W*>-e*y*^*ty������H*i  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING W0RK8  Agents for Uuion Brewing Company's I1EKR and  PORTER.      Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  *v  . /; ^T if* Q%ffi$ <  ���������  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose .from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels,'Alabastine, .Varnish, Stains  and Baplae, which makies old furniture like new.  and for 1909  ;���������  The Magnet  Cash Store  Takes  First  Placet  T. E. BATE  mm*mm*Xm**m  Bennett-Mounce  ��������� At 6:30 a, m., on Wednesday,  nth inst.,,a private but interest,  ing wedding was solemnized ou  the shore of the Pacific at Sea  Vjew Cove Camp, GartleyPoiut,  one of the seaside resorts of the  citizeus of Cumberland. The  high contracting purties being  Miss Mouuce, who, until recently, was the very efficient. Matrpn  of the Cumberland & Comox  District HospituV and Mr, Johu  Beunett, Principal of the North  Vancouver school, The Rev.  Mr, Grctm, of Vaucovver, an  old friend of the family, olllciat-  ed. Miss Irene Mouuce made a  charming bridc-miaul, Mr. A. II,  I'eacey ably supporting the bride  groom, Mr, 1.. Mouuce, brother  of the bride, gave her away,  The campers, some thirty in  nuiubcj, all nrose to meet the  occasion.  The ceremony took place ou  the verandah uf Mr, Mouncc's  bungalow which was tastefully  decorated by the Indies in camp,  the pillars being festooned with  uutlve ferns aud the Oregon  grape, producing a graceful appearance, whilst quantities of the  sweet pea added to the charm.  The wind, with the wave* of  tiie uuigt-iti-j' ������*u*. a*i>n ������������*������  danced their sweet upjtruvui, lite  leaves of the trees of the great  primeval forest clapped their  hands for joy, whilst the surrounding mountains in their mi-  da! mni'.tles of snow looked  down upon the happy scene  with calm content, thus surrounded with the majestic works of  God tu mature none felt the absence of man's puny i.-ibcni'irU;*  nor the organ's swell and roll.  Mrs. 1*. Mouuce had provided  a dainty wedding breakfast, tin*  tabic being spread on O'.e side  f ll**; vctwiululi, und lUu.;^!. ua  xpednl invitations hnd !>een Issued everyone took tt* seat at the  board iustiuc'ivcly feeling that a  .rjsal and hearty welcome would  be accorded, and a happier gathering seldom occurs, for were  they not all friends and well  wishers in the true sense of tli������  word.  The bride was married iu her  travelling costume, looking be*  witchiugly nice, She was the  recipient of many handsome and  costly presents, testifying to the  high esteem she was held by her  numerous friends,  Th** happy couple drove down  to Union Bay, embarking on  board the s. s. City of Nanaimo  en route for their wedding tour.  COMM,  The Nrws extends congratulations to the happy couple.  Sweeney-Gibson  Married���������On Tuesday, Aug.,  10th, ot the Manse, Mr, Harney  Sweeney and Miss Maggie Gib*  son were united in the Holy  Bonds of Matrimony by the Rev  1). McCMivray, Mr, Henry  Gibson did the duties of best  man, while Mrs, Geo. Gibson  acted as bridesmaid, The bride  was beautifully gowned nnd  looked charming. The happy  couple will reside iu future  in  r  -V  ^8  !I FAIL  to Attend the  Saturday, Aug., 14th, 1909.  J N. flcLEGD,  THE CORNER STORE  Dimsftpir Avenne,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  .J  Wedding Gifts "SS/  Prices asLow tx������ $l.oo and up to $20O  STERLING SILVER. SILVER   PLATED   GOODS AND___RICH___CUT_ GLASS   STODDART  The Jeuiele*  Removed Next the Royal Bank. Cumberland  this-; city.   The Naws  extends  congratulations,  AUGUST HOME JOURNAL.  mm.  Thirty, two pages of select reading including, new fashions, short  stories, and beautiful illustrations,  make the August issue of The  Home Journal the. best ever published of that progrossiTo woman's magazine.  Special articles and illustrations  on "Tho I'hre Milk Campaign"  tell about the splendid work being  done lu the vicinity of Toronto.  ������������������Regatta pay in St. John's, Nfld.,"  is ta graphic description of one of  tho greatest, celebrations of that  ancient colony. It is written hy  Lady (lay and is in her best style.  The second big installment of  serial, "The Mystery of Barry Ingram," will doubtless be road  with Interest by thoso having read  the opoulng chapters of this ah  sorblng myntory story in the July  issue.  '���������Wild Flowers of August" will  he closely read by those interested  in nature study, Agnes Norton  has contributed "Kant is Kast and  West Is Wost," It takes one  bank to thu days when warship*  and "til(*r������ niaio life happy at  Halifax,  The "Household Hints" and  ���������'Culinary Conceits" pages are brim  full of interesting notes, ���������'Cabbages and Kings" and "But That's  Auothw Story"afein a lighter vein  and tha splendid illustration!* ami  descriptive matter of fashions for  young and old Iiolp to mako tlm  August issue tho largest ten cent*'  worth erer offered to Canadian  women, The special full fatdiion  number will bo out Aug, 25th,  ,; a  Little drops of water poured iu  to tho .milk, glre the milkman's  daughter* lovely gowns of -oik.  Littlo grains of sugar mingled  with tbe siiud, make the grot-wrs  assets swell to heat,the band. Little howls ot ciiHttird,, humble  though thoy seem, help enrich the  ladies selling pure ice crosm. Lit ���������  tie rocks and boukiers, little(".hunks  of slate, make tits eoal man's for*  tune something fierce and great,  Little ads, well written, printed  nice and neat, give tho joyful umt.  chants homo-ton Ussy Street.--  Walt. Mason.  Mrs. J. J. Wlor and Miss Wler  irrived home by Saturday's boat.  Mrs. Alex Urqiiltsrt, of Comox,  wsj a passenger to Vancouver, by  Thursday's l������������t to meet her  daughter from the upper country.  ONE WEEK  tf  of genuine bargains in men's & ladies' boots.?  All hioVi'ii lines going st less tbso wmnVale prior* to mikt wsy (or Ksll Stock.  MenV regular IS 00 lo f6 BO, In Ten, 0* B'oodi, fte now M.00  Men's .������uu'iar l-LiVi '*��������� Ifi.M in Tan 0*f������>rds now 13.711  Womai.'i repulat $8 f-0 to $4.00 Doiifi-U Bsls now t3*3������  Wom*-i*'������ rrtul* r f -l/iO Patent Coll (dud %o\w) now l3.SU  Culv s he ptirs of eaehol there left, ������>cntne early snd get your iit������.  w.  CAMPBELL BROS.  Dunimuii*  Avtou������ .*$& news; cOHtikKLA^a riiriiTikii' c-&riiiji^  Tlis Gumfeerland Um  j *vi.-*d .Every" Tm-sday  by   the  tGomox   &   Curr-jbepland  Publishing   Company.  This piipor will ii.it hold itself  *i'-.'ri])ous1ii).lo for tlic --pirno-isof oth-  ,-*rs, a-! may ap-jtoar in its wluiims  ���������from iiujc to time.  'TUK-SDAV,     AU(J. i$,    W,'  NOTICE,  TAKJC NOTIOK  tJyni  an ^.plication  .willbo mad* to thu Lejri'l.t ye An^u-iMy-  ,of tho Province ol  lint pI*. ' '*j..u'i>*gii>  at  ts next Session for an Act iii^orpiiriitins  ���������Tlao Cfcrnpljoll  River  I'otvor  (Joui-.mn.*',  y i,itnite*.l w itb all tbo powers ������ive to pqw-  ,er 'tii'iipiiiiioB under jth.t "\Vtttjer ,-4/jt,  J909," ant', * r tlio purpose o^.nf or ���������fling  *to the Campbell Kiyer t'o-yer -Jo-qipai.y,  Limits*!, :i Company iijcorporntei under  the"C*.mp o'ea'Act, 1S97''*-i the 17th  .day ot Apri', 1909, a!) Hys ri-'li^ powers  .and privilege.-* Boutaiiieti in the Com-  r-AUj-'s M.emnranduni of ABs,.v';itjoii,������'hich  aro uet out jo iusue cf.hel'i'lUrljCtiluitibia  Gr..-elj,������ of 2.V day p[ 4.1/, '^9 at p**jes  }5bl o-n,tl 151)8, and   al*'** Ai ������*���������������,������'='H.  ( ,cene*-s aud privileges heret fore or hereafter licat.eJ .or a*.plied for or obtained,  pu*l   i'i particular, but n**t-t-u kn'6  limit  " $re gt-ooraliiy of tljo ljv)r;-j-i,*iii(-, for0 tjt.e  f olio win k purposes:���������  (a) The jwutjt-'U.ctipiJi or nj*afati,o-j cf  ,-worka pr tho supply t*r ut-tizwifln of wn>  ter uuder tbe "Water Act, Ji'!'*),''  (b) To apply for and obttijn ttuder the  proyisiouspf jtbe ������'Water Apt; 1909,"  pr to purelnaa or.oiherwi*.* ��������� Ht^uirc. \t������-  ter re������ Tdt? or *wat'*r ljce *ei*3.  (i*)   To supply water fo*- <1 'laestic pur  rxit-ps jib deiipe'd by the"W ltrAct, 1900"  __^liperg us. ^ginpaniea, inco -wiitttd i.pd  ,    wninooiporakd municiplTpw  (d) Tu uji'iufaoture an ; ** i^'y, gna to  ftousjjmorsj and for such purptiaa to "o.tjld  jpiiniaiu ai*d operate all uo-OMury b-alid-  jng*, machinery and plaui-. '   .  (t) T > eflnatruct, equi}*, opejuta apd  uiait.tain telegraph and M' ���������f������*>0''e eys-  tOflltH ������pd litjea.  (f) To c-netrnct, opor.t on/} main-  ft'm, ai.jtl itnprQve houijea, f ic-qijeB, wt*ro-  /louui*, sboj-s, wharven, Jjji *U ���������*������, prcp.-  litme, -iyo-kB au(3 topvpujrt yost pi nl)  ki id**.  (g) To ponalrapt, operfll,*.- ui'il *j)",jn.  tain olectrio works, ponyr ���������**>���������*'*���������., goopra.-  in-* piaut aril nuph njLber o nvonjeociit*  as tn y b,e npceeiiury for *,pit('ratj**g o]ppr  tricity.  (b) Prodaolpg powor jp lipy ���������naune*  aud.of any kiud.  t\) Ov*'uerjit,i*ng ojeotri il? fur light,  heal, pt) ..or, tbp oporat} ,*������ <>f rnotpr**,  eigiii'ttt* itpil mo'.iiinory ot all j.jikIh,   pro..  jiig, ciHsblug, smelting, dnl)* j*, inijlipg.  or for any oth-ar purpooo ftii' wj|jt*li ij, oan  be useil, either alpue or i*) wj)))iue(,ioD  with any other power*  (j) Triuju nittjug dpptrie y. nr any  f, r|t* of (jcvelopeil J������o*vi(, ^,*i tfia thp  t-au-u ii)ity he un* d hy any ������������������'������������������iit,'->il''.)ill>,i  poutpitny((-or'.'priitlon orpi*'i* ti;  (jjl I;,"r refidorirjiT w,tw t,'i\ w-if^r-  powtr iiyniliil-lo Jor um-, t*n; | cujo't m*d  ilifl'iibutlon by orttotjug tliiiii.i, iiiproujiig  *,hn Itjemlof wntor hi any t\i tug |j Jy "'  wtior, on-i'oiiding thu i-rui t urp.f,' di-  fortlng tho WJtori of npy t.t*v.*ii(, piind,  (>r Ink a, into any othor oh,ii|nt'l or phiiii-  i oh', liijing nr trubliug nny lltic ot tluu,o,  jl't|ii), or niio, cimt*ituctji<K nny r.ci way,  ram'vojr, ������^no*.lnot, ***air, w-���������'* j h"il'l||i|i|  0- ti livr t*roeljoii or vrorJf ��������� l*ft!|- in������v be  rc(|ttili'illnnonncotioa u|'|i i'i** ii))ptovo>  pm,,t toid iihu of the ������niil wnlt** ml ������������(,or  ���������.utvor, <ir hy ulUrjiig, r������������ ���������������*��������� i ������, tt**U>|*i)r  |ng, imjiiovinii, rojiiiiring *,i' n, it,tn|iili)g  uny miy ittuli wt-rlvi, or uu.v ;i ,tt thorai-f,  (.} t'ti.hiiru-iHiiig njr nipl ut* ug tho  ���������'8,1'H for i*|l put|Mi<iei������,  (1) il'ini.g, looking, lay.*!'.*, lU'ilig,  pi'H.tiiihiliigBnrt r*'l)������iriiig ilclrjo |(nen(  at.'ciitiniliilor-i, Ntoiiigi* but lm ,'., ojoutriu  unbloH, m.ii.w, winsH, plpen, i,vt-cl-ttH pon.-  -uiutIcutf, hMiielii's, oluotriu i|i<'toi'N, <lynn  intti!, iJtigi*,c'������,iiwoliiBOHii' A'lni itppiindu*  urdovnuH,  u-jW,  tlrwni,  v j,i f tutitri'ia,  l*l|)l''( pilot, l'|i)lllllgtl tinil * |li|7 nUtpljOUH  i.ml w* rktt, and treptlng and , | oj* g any  ;)*)i''rin lint', u������l>lt*. uiidu vti|,' ur othor  rflf-i r.: a,.pirnta������ ul) v^ or lie) ���������* grotinil*  in) Lulu tniutintf, iitnipti.jiii *g ������ud ������p-  nrrt'ti mu-jI-j nr *i������ii*- *��������� n -������ ,������������������, ���������.r,,..\  *i i,,,n-i i.,,in,i ������j*-, "lili IV * i i"-t"**nTj/  t������d*> ii'i-'Un ni.il tuiiH'it'u for 'lii'|)timug>  #'������f tttit*, i-Hrrinji'M hri'l ������U kjuil!' < f y*th|o| n  ���������nip.-hi** til ���������til"** i)-**'.! ������|nn nr pt *j'H|u������o-  |ioi. with it trim way, nu- o, ������1 t|g, aer*)������*  piitlBi ��������� ; ���������,,*,,-��������� *..) i - .' ,' , ' ; ^"'l'l  itr������**t-*, h������ d,'*, witicU *ta )���������> tH \\no of  (.no trmuw y ini> tlmi to be buH by III  l**.** r.; nip*ii>,an*l t"������r������ul,ii,*i t-iii������ml  ii;p.l' J*"l *��������� a tl *li.|| i ,tb ,| out thf  "}rftOi**,a> i t>'[i>l������*l Vi be built:  rm T*> t������iif tr������ ������f*r a*.tt f..i > fiatatit  ^������i������, iiinretittti'.������������ Hint r"l'  .! ,]\ i.iii*1h  ,i-I    l!"'   tllllllV.iV,   tiv    i'i;  ���������*, .tivo po*.  ^ vv tiM-lnrtrat ui'.ji b- t'l-��������������� i   h tlw  ������������������-���������**. i������t* c*l.  ('���������I H"pl'l*fill������l ��������������� M������)������m������ vtl b *'(*ttt*tfi'7,  mifnp **mkiI ������|r,or an> ���������U.ri u> ,��������� of do-  '"t **.|tw i voetr. whtll*������r uo* It  ��������� p ������r af.  ���������"{������������������������  nf'ta illaon*-trr������������t.  Ipl Cm hi apt, ii amtoi* ���������>*���������* <> i**i* ,*������W������  fi������.������-n������lllt*������i. ft**** i^'i' *��������� 'i������*������������������  <j.i-tB/������lw;t������.4t)f,-,>r-J**)r ���������'������ ������ l-"**"*'  ir t-tataab-n*������f ta**i������t������f������> ������*���������* *#������������������. ������������������������������  p.,,,- tteteaaor *<l|<m any t������ n Uoda  jji4 .v������j������, iiihU. *r*ft*. I������������ -"* a*t*lf-t  ������������������ ih ������������������- *f *r.v ������th*������*r i������*L.r������* ���������������***������������-' ������"���������������' I*'***'  ti  -,***>*. r������������-l' ������**l-jar*'*- ���������������*������������������,  ^<4i ".Lij^twa)*, *flnt*U kb*J streeU.  (rj) To er������.ci Holes, posts^ piljara, lamps  jgiptjes, siul-'^ajpy oth,er apparatus iaoritp-  <*u l*igl������?ftyi?i; rotti^, st^?ta or htidge*>,  or against any wall erep,tcil un the s.tr.e ot  adj.-il^a $ r to..  (tp-) Tlve'j-at- A w-ifer *>r w*4.ter-po,wer  fl,r i'}'.'J"������*������&* n>ijj*ut{ piu*j >*r-B aud for  iiitllitiv-, m'trnifacturinR, iudu4riat aud  Ztecluuiiaai pur ose.s, o:berth-*n the gei-  eiatiou of elcctrjej'-y.  (*) 'l',9 d g ttench* a ai.d driins and  tli*otf*e*i4**to Ity dibits, ������ifi.������s and wir.8, junto put electric culilf*. liars, wires, swi'  0b***, ii>*itl ii >unejv*tii*g b uird-i Uu^ auy ,o-  VlcSj 1������������^ atid *vi-jp,s jn, under, Hlppf;, oi  acriia* cM roads, V*igbs*ays. stre-J,s and  l>ridg*'H, apd frptu ti-^ie to time cur, jal.ter,  r. luuvo, replace, n-paii* autl rrlay a't >ir  any fiuc** cabl.es, l,li>4������, wires, a-vijt.ch^  and c.'t'.uecti-.g boar,d*, or .,������'>vor^i>p'n utn ^  (m) To ac;i..ire by l^roliase or ot'*er-  jvj'ise, |b*j r.g.A��������� t������ uiip nud enj .y elcctrii-  or any .other power already d*-yelot������ed by  others at any point or points.  (t) To construct, maaii-t^iu, aljter, re-  pa rand repjety .tlejrjws t,or loeaaurhig  ligljf, beat aijipower.  (u) To eejil or jtpt for use, light, heal,  pow.eV, and ������i-y nud all devjees ao.d appar  atua use tor tueaeuting tbe sitne, or otherwise u^ed in O'lnpto iou ������ic'i th.e jS^m-  pauy's bntjhus83 antj vtprjis.  (v) To fix rates nnd chargisa for the  use cf light, beat aud po,wer, nud the  carriage of goods aud pu������**eiiKer������,  (w) Ty rg.qutre all ^ersous bUpptied  **ith electtic H������Lt to place and use only  ���������molt lo'gps au.d -i|-p)jai.j:es as are npprov-  i d by tbj9 Co-tspaay.  (ww) To sell, assign and transfer to  any * ther c-imjiany Javf*-!''*- empowered  in that bebulf it liceuto or liiteuces, uu-  4ertiikj*ig aud wor)-3.  P-<'ed at VJctoria, B, C��������� April 26th,  190'J.  BAPNAltp "* ROBEJ-JTSON, ,  Spljpitoi-s to* the applicaub  MADE SN CANi-XD/V  m lawceiA  ',-ii.id- "I  IfrtiM ri'rV* *������'  June 2nd, 1909  Foreshore Lease.  Qomox District.  TAKE NOTIGK that "Vle'mia  J^urnhpr and Manufaoturing Company, LlmimcV1 intond 'o apply  for poriwiBnion to leneo thp foilowinR  JcHorihiitl (orefhori) laiid**i*  Oomniunclng nt 8, \V. corner  o! \ot (,*}> (Indian n-acorvatlon^-,  thonce north and webtfirly along  th|i high wau*r mark to a point  wh'-r'* tho boom crowea n|ouf*b,  following boom acrnai to hi*')) water  murki thence alonf* bank five  hundred, (500] foo1 to month of the  Courlunny or Pun lied fie Hlv<*r lo ii  ptmt marked [2]; thonce ������outh  t-eventy |;70]feut io low walpr mark;  thi'ncu along low water mark to  boom ucrnas flouRh, follow boom  tiiist to |ow wntor murk; thenco  koutli nud uiiHterlv along tow water  mark to place of uommencement-  toiiinliiing ton [K������] acres m.roor  leM,iHt*tHiioe about [\] mile,  fiiliinwl] J. C. HOOKKtt,  At-ont for Vic oria Lumber ai������d  M������'nilui.i,Ml,.li Cun.};'i*,y( T-lml-lw-J.  l!(y,'iiivo.l JuneHth, iirOtt.  YPy; ��������������������� Pf> ipentj .* lifetime  wltji  ymr piatjo.  *    vChooae it wisely and with caution.   If you want  ������ piano ike character of which cannot be brought Into  question, ihsn .choose %        ]  (Made by Ye plde  "       Firm������ of  ileintzmo-a It Co., Ltd.)  Behind it stands half a century of experience and die  endorsproent of the world'* greatesf  musicians.  .���������" I h-ftd no id*** ao -food ��������� piano -*r������s n.������������4uf*������c-.ur*d  ia Canavd-a."���������Frledhelm.  UL������.    UtJg..'1-SLa.l.  j'��������� -*^aty.^-ii^. '.-a-w  For Sale byM. W. Waitt<fc Co.Xd.  CHAP. SEGRAVE, Aot., CUMBERLAND BRANCH  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days after -Mo I intend to apply jU)  the Hoi^parable Chief Commisaiouer  of l*pd8������n*i Works for a Licehse to  prospect for coal and pejtrt teuDa; *an-  dfr the foilowiog described biij/J-i sitoate  in Say word Diatiiut, B. C, .uomm^tieiug at  a post on the bank of the Qtv^pbeU HWer  opposite the S. E. post of tot iiH. Theuoe  duo North 30 ouaius more or hs& U> the  N, Ht corner post of said lot lUf; Them-e  due west 00.70 chains ui,oro fir l*-ss to the  N. W. comer ot said Lot 115$. Thenoe  ���������.outh 30 chains, Theuce due east 66.10  obaina more or leas to pb*,<je of fronijpeuce-  ineut.  Dated (his Oth day of March 1909,  U. PUIBST.  tilhen yoa CU&nt a Good CDeal  40 CUMBERLAND CAFE  The  *���������-  -K. A?DA, PROPRIETOR.  Daftsmaip Ave  ,.iijiiii *uii..in  ^  IE  P  :  o  ersistent Advertising  roduces ������������������������������������������������������'".."���������  rofit in every kind of business,  The columns of; the News are always open for more Advertisements.   Try a good big ad,  D  -*-**  D  In Jcb Printing we print any.  thing from a  BIG   POSTER  to a  Vihitino Card,  The News  [isaoi  at  IV  *mm  J  aewamTammamWSLwet  SKALK1) TENDERS addrcmd to  the unbertiKnod aiul cnduriod "Tender  foi eltciric ItKht fixtures &c, foi the  l'o������t Otrlce Huildlni- CumberUnd, ll.C."  vs 111 ht rp**"!'"*'l until 500 P. M.,on  Monday, Angnatfl, 1flil9, lor thn  work mentioned.  Tenders w)ll not lie oonaldored  unlese madu upon, arid In nocord*  oucn with eoriililioiit* oontaiiipd in  forms furnialted hy Daparuwiiit.  Plans snd ���������pt-clflotUion to be seen  on spplication to Mr. Jan. Stewart,  Clerk o| Works, Cumberland, It C,  snd nt tlio Department nf Public  Works, Ottawt.  Raeh tender mnst lie secompnn  h*d by sn seo^nted chuj--������ on a  ehsrlsred  bank, made payable to  | the order of lite honorablo tlm Min.  ! M������*r of I'ublio Worka, aqual l������ ten  Wc Print WHflirw |������ri������i*iMI0p.e.) o| il-* stnouta  r      ���������.   .* \y *.*       of the lender.  IlWltHtlOnS,  ,  VlSltmg nynrdpr  NAiKiLKaH msncti.  tk;<T<-Ury  fl! |inr|rtTt**nt of VnlYu Wmk*  IHtuws.Jnlyl^li,!^  Cards, BusinissuCardr?,1  letterheads {������il!h������?fids  at the N1WS,  '���������-���������  etc.  SEALED TKNDKHB addtemed  to the undesigned snd endnmd  ���������Tentlor for Post OOloe Fitting* for  the Cumberland, JJ. 0,, po*t Olfloe  Bulldtng," will be received until  5 00 P. M.Yon Monday, AngaitU,  1000, for tho work montionwj,  Tenders will not bo considered  Qittees made upon, snd in accord*  rtnoewtth cimd It ions contained in  form-* furnUhed liy the Def-artraent  PIsuj snd fpeuifluAlion fo be  seen on application to Mr. J*s,  Stewsri, Clerk of Works, Cumber*  Und, B. C, snd st the Department  of Publio Works, Ottawa.  Each tender oiuntb-i accompan.  led by tn seeepied eheqae on s  chtrtered bank, made payable to  the order of tbe Hoormrabla the  Mlniiier of Publio Worm*, *������-uil to  ten ptr etwit (10 p. o) ������if titr  aoiouiit of Iho trtfHlt-r,  |f APOI^ON TKWIIBR,  t^relsry  Impart meal it Pn������.|ic Wore*.  O.lS***, J9\y 13, ISK-S  NOTCE ia hereby girert that the ���������undersigned' intend to apply oo������ month after  the date nf the first publicatip . qI this notice to theOovoraor.-iii-CouDi'il io~- approv  al of the plana aud site ot a proposed boom  iDg grounil in C"n.ox Harbor iu the Dia-  uivtof Couiok, Va <}oi-.vor J*-lau4������ Bri ish  Columbia.  ANU NOTICE U U'so gifau that a plan  of the proposed works together with a de  set iption of the ������ite have been deposited  in the office ot the Mi������j*>ter of Public  Works at Ottawa, ar>4 in the pffififl ot th*  District Kigietrar oi Lands in the City ot  Vietira, Province o* JJritiah J0"l������wbia,  Uatol this )6th day of Mawfr, 1S09.  FRASIJH lUVJJll DUMBER CO.  I.cviftr Brothers, Toronto, .will send you  free a cake of their famous Planj^ol  toilet soap, if you ;nen*ion t)jj-j p������per.  FOR SALE���������A n.ileU cow,  newly calved. Apply:iio Alex Ur-  fjuhart, Coiii*tj3*iay, 11. C,  VICTORIA YACHT" CLUB  Yachtsmen and  launch owners  deelroiis oi joining the ejnl), may  obtain application forms from G  Lewellyn: Wo<ui, Como*-,  ���������^-lJJu^*aiiiJ*jEua_*ddtln^_A^  ly. Exposition are  exempt  li arbour dues.  Ti  rom  Murder at Bayne Sound  "-''****.***~^������������������rv���������  0*3 Satu**day niorning last, tho  body ojE Abflrow JIogL������rg jyas dip,  (coyto-eil lying near the cabin of  Mike Watt, a logge*.* and resident  of RayP0 Sound, jo a terribly mu-.  tjlatcd fSondtyjon,  }���������JS head  was  nearly severed fiom Die J>bdy ami  smash/ad to a pulp, Jlesjtle the body  ww a giindstotuy >vhieh was ono  of the weapons used, mid an '���������x**  tov0i'0d*tir}*:li blood and hah*, was  found in Watt's ^bin, with which  the ghastly wounds in   tlve   neck  were nndonbttfdjy cimsed.  Constable Thomson and Coronor Ab-,  ranwwew; at ojice .summoned to  the sconp of the tradggdy and arrested Watt, on   suspicion,   Tho  hat and cau������ of tho murdered jnaii  were found in Watt's cabin, which  go������g..to show that the- victim was  in the accused's pabjjn on flip night  or nior������i"g of thw murder. Jiog-r  berg "and  Watt were together on  the Friday   previous, and  had it  couple ot 'drinks and purchased  two bottles of whisky at the Palmer bote}, and were" to all 'appearance, friendly, and bad been for  sometime p-isfc. .An imjiiest wns  held at Cmubprland, on Monday,  A"g"st 16th, mid the verdict q������  the jnrv was, that In their opinion  ttccording to the evidence the deceased   .camo    to   his    deiith   by  wounds ijiflicted by the accusetl.  Wr.   Ilogbei-g,   better   known aa  Anderson, has been for many year.-*  aj-esident of Bayne  Soniid,   ami  was we'll'- known  Tn^uglIou|^*tiIF  district. Wp omitted to s**,y that-  Watt was the tirst to gireriufor-<  matiou about the body, lying out-'  sido hjs cabin.-Tiie  prisoher wjtB  .co'unnittod for trial.  The  WINNERS  For July  You drobobly drew one of theee  numbers in a Back of Uoyul Stan ���������  tlard Flour.  73137   01148    580W    08273  56543   (17502    MS    57842  70003   BOT  If you tlhl, you are entiiled to s  100 |>ioce china dinner pot, Ench  month from tbo duplicate**) of the  coupon-; placed in tho nooks of  Royal Standard F our leaving our  mii!***, we draw t.n numbers, Jf  you are fortunate enough to soure  one of these, you are entitled to a  dinner *ct Irco of ohargo, Thero  have boon msny winners. It may  he your turn now. watch this pa*  per ever month,  Hoyul Standard in tho lest anil  purest flour on lite market Western  Csnadr tokay. Hi-member Royal  is ft better dour���������not inertly different, but bell or.  ������������������Manufactured by-���������  Vancouver Milling  ������ Grain Company Ltd.  VANCOUVER, H. C.  'WGHSOHOO.I/J&AMU  NATIONS,  CUMBEKL'AIffl) CEJSTliE,  Advance Course, Junior Grade|  maximum marks, 1,000; number  of candidates, 8}.passed, 2~|i'0UO,  Mounco, (151; Agnes Cranio. 571..  Preliminary Course, Junior  Grade: maximum tnarkB, UU0;  number of 'candidates, 8; pawed,:  ���������U���������-C*M.i*Jtis A. Duncan,719} Ant-  holla M, Bate, 015; Effle McFatW  yon,.AIM*,  Thoso results are very credit-,  able to a school of the sisse of:  Gnmbei'hiiid, Charlus puiienn ob.  tallied the ������ec**ml place iu the  whole of the province iti the pre*.  liiniintry course.  Miss Jessie Frame was sue*  txui ul in obtaining q third class  teachers' ceilincato nt the July  examinations.  Mens t-trnwnm) linen haU, Half  ���������J*  ��������� ,   T     V  it,W,������l>"   .������.  Ucf.-?-*^'-*  .<������   POR SAI,K~Two houses, sit*  uate iu Jerusalem. Will be sold  cheap,   KiK|������ire, P. V, Hwrison  I  ^v.-.;j.;c;.itl'3''r-  FOR 8ALIi-I������urt Bred Jersey  Bull 0 years old. Apply to John  Knight, Comox, B. C.  Men* snmnier imderweer, Below  0**������t*������t 4. N.   M������Lret������d"������  !P you WANT GOOD  PRJ.VTIMG GO TO THR  NKVSH. FIRST-LASS WORK  mmmmmmmtm/mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm  Mrs, II. At)t||���������ny iuiii (Uti^ltvr**  arrivfri liiHiiw hy fculiutiav'*  Ih������ ,  Mra. .1. Frame *rnvt*d Iwimv  from Va������������Miv������*r I������t Sstnwlay'*  hoW.  Can Now Thone* Vtctoriav  The II. 0. Toloplioiib Company  has compluti-d a long dlstimce lino,  lietweeii Victoria and tins city,The  lino was formally opened on Wedt  m������sday evening hist, when tho?  Cumberland News pent a mmtngo  of eoiigmtiilRtlun to tlio Colonic  office, nnd roceivod one in return,  The Hue haa been In connse o!  eonstructlon for tho past t\ % \\mi\ lis  It is ell of cop**r, msking tho  trAiismUftion jwrfoet. Wednewday  ovenfiifr rho messnge from Vie-**  toria uould bo henrd vory dlstinct-t  ������y*  The linking up of one o( tit������  most' itortlierly settlements with  tbe extreme sontliorn nolnt is sn  import-ant atride fortvaid in Uie de  vch.pment of the island, With out,  fef means of coini'Mi'i'catiou do-*  velopment Is sided,  N������u*ijr->o wm tho farthwt point  north rtKiebed by the telephone  system furmerty. Tbe new lino  tuilda uituthcr ae'enty mn** of wlr*������  nnd gives epiinnunicttiou with  l*������rk������vii|e, Ifi'ilo l^nallcuui and  Uuipn |b*y, At tlt������ prcaeut tiwfl  tlw tx<nt\*wy ia jn.Ulling ������ ImntH  rxrlinojjt* in H*i������ ������ty ������at|d Cutwu  ensy*  -  ���������i'**������i>"*j    I*- *>   i... ,i, ,.i  Mr, James Kr������tm������ ia having*  Tttort Hi^itruMii ijiiw in V*fwr|j|t-ff ���������*���������=���������* mrmamr **���������>*******  I'l-tE   NlfiW-S,   CUMBKttLANti,  BRITISH   COLTJIUBXA.  J5S-. CURB F������K SKIN INJURIES & BtSEAsl?  A purely herbal balm;'beat  thing, for the tender skins of  children, yot powerful enough  te heal on adult's chronlo soro 5  highly antiseptlo; eases pain  and smarting soon as applied ~  that Is Zam-Buk, Remember  It Is purely herbal���������no mineral  poisons, no animal fats. Power  and purity oomblned I  AtiermgettU amiataraa aaU at SOa. a Sax.  NOTIOE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  oelonging to tlm Wellington Colliery Co*y., or from or off the land  *)f the said Company, will'(hi pros,  rented to the full extent of,the law.  '      ; F.   D. Little,  ���������Superintendent  Wellington Co-HLe-ry Co,y.  -,        '-'    -'   JUL.-' -'���������'  LAND A-GT, RUPERT DISTRICT.  TAKE NOTICE that Nimpki-h Lake  ���������Logging Company, Limited, intends. to  ���������aiiily:for-g,errnii������i.in *t������ leaao Ihe follow-  ���������jng dcBoiib d for e'lore ���������Ij-uulit---Coramcu-  *oing at a p at pi u.-ted g ������tli 45 degree--  15 minutes, E������at 203 feei'toiA -.lie Sowl*  EtBtcirnerof Indmi lieaer-fo adjoiuiui;  iho Nprth Boundary of Seoioit 2, Town  *h;.p 1, Rupert D'tajtrwit, Vuucouv r Isl.nd,  ���������thence |.Jlow;ng high .������-afc r mnrk South  (69-20 East, m min<'t-������������ NcH'j 87 ilegto s  ���������20 minutes r"������������t, 433.5 tuiimtef;" South 74  dpgn.ea-40 - miuuttta ������a*t, 15'i tni-iute-:  -Noith.2*. degree , 15 rain-it*"* -Ba������*t.' 700  jnJnates: Notth 79 d*"-g*4<w West. 1294,4  piiautes-.' South 44 degrees 45 mit-jites  West, "700 miaatea mow or list to the  j������kce of Leginniug, o -nta*ni**g 5'3, aorep  ���������more or less. Located Murch 27th, 1909,  Nwi'kisu Lake Locgino f*o,, L-id. *  Per A. 11. STUACEY, A gent,  Vanoouwjr, April "5 b.WQk  LAND, AOr  IjtUPBRT DISTRICT,  The drink of strong men, and healthy women.  EWERY -d  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.; Nanaimo B. C  IWeCoitmiek Jiatn/est tools  BINDERS  ���������MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  '���������-.TWIKE  UGGIES  WAGONS  CAY'  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHIKERr  ETC.  Walworth-=Rolston Co;Ltd-  1020 Westminster Ave. ���������  TAKE NOTICE tbnt  Nimpluh Luke  LoggingC.'tnpuiy,  Limited, iutonds to  ���������apply for perwisaion tn leu o the tol/,w-  <ag described fowslj'iro land*;  C**miuetic-  . ing at a post pl*ated nl the Norh Wes-  io*mer of lot 841, aitutttod in <'town  tOruut 20 Rupert District, V*na uvor In-  }an.l, thenco in a Southerly aud Westerly  direction along high water nwk; to .a  ji int 100 feet VVfe*t of Uio South West J  o rn*-r **f aaid Lot 341, treooe in a etrnigl*t,  *, lint* to thi poii,t of oomnioiioeineiit, and I' *'  o utllulng 10.5 aor������������ more or lewi,   Loea--  t'd March *29tli, 1909.  NiMi'Kifiii hiny. IJoooinq Co., Ltd.  1'er A. H. STUAOKV; Agaut,  of Vinoou'wr, 1������, V��������� h'wuer,  Vni-cojiver, April Wth, 1900,  ,,,'���������" *   ���������'"NU ��������� ���������II "I ''       *���������  ���������fH*4*4*-fr^^^^^  I Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  JL  Vanebuver������ B������ C.  LOST or STRAYED-One  cow from Mrs, Hnnvood's ranch,  lias grey neck and reddish legs  below the knees. Any iu forma-  tion please leave at thin oltjce.  60 Yf AM*  EXPERIENCE  Tropt* ���������***���������������  Cot������vaioMTa Ae.  mjVlrW*ifi*9*^  mnlc*.  '-twits  l?������  If  iiuUtilr ���������astrtain our oiuiiiom, ir������������J������inrtt*  MNMiutltt, without oUtm, iatEe  Idtiiillit Hmcrican.  j*a������titBf������i*������������r,New  a^fai* iit,w*4i4iogtwi,  Subscribe for  The News  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  ..  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS.; OP ; AU,  KINDS",.'. . . .  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way-care oi  the   Union  Colliery  Company liy any person   or   per-  ���������jons���������except taincrew���������i*' strictly  prohj'ited.   Employees /.re sub-  ;pc lo dismissal tor allowing earn*.  13y crdor  Francis D. Litti k  Mi*na<rei':  For Fall Planting  Imported  mum  FIIOM T1JK     EST  KUENOH    HOLLAND   AND  JAl*ANK8E GROWERS.  HOME   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees* Small Fruits. Eng-  Dunsinuii* Avcniie J llSu llOI.y    .....���������*  CUMHERLANI),   II. C.    J     Grown in tho only  part of tlio  4*^^^������4MH'*I~H^-4*H'*l*'^'*l'*l**Hnf' Aiiioi-ican coiitiiiont  tu>t infueted  ���������     _   .' with tlio San  Jbso   scab.   Onr  trees do not havo to he fiunigatocl  and consequently ilamagod, Knll  lineof Oarduii,   Fluid aud Flower  J-Hic-lt" in i*took Si'i'U'u   l������Vtlie lioj-t  n ...  nnd must ml in,Mo Piioili-'Coitiit uud  foreign growers,  , Porliieera, Boa Supp'lai, Spray  Puinpa, Spraying material Cut Flower*, Bto,  M.   J.    HENRY  Oraa- houaea, lead Roitivs and Poat  Offlea A44ra a,  3010 WEBTMIN6TEH ItOAD,  Brunch Nureary, South Vancouver.  Vancouver.,   ������������������   B. C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIltST-'JLASa  CANDY, FRUITH.  v'   CIGARS & TOBACCOS  ���������De Hcmden  c  H  O  I  G  E  S.  T  in season at-  -AND-  D. HUN DEN'S  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  .Take Notice that Fraser River  Luiiijier Co., Limited'-of' Fraeor  Mills, 11, C, Oeciipation Fawmill  aud Lnmher Company, intends to  apply'for jioi'inisHion to loa6o the  following described land.���������  Coiiiimiiutiiig at a -jiobt planted  ttlibiit 7o6 feijt'rdi������ttviit' and in a  southeasterly!-.direction from tho  southeast cornel' of Lot 412,'Comox  District, thonco 1500 feet South  4U di*gi'ooi������f -k-l: -minutes East,  tlionco 500 feet North. +0 degrees  10 minutes'.Just, thonco 1500 foot  North, 40 degrees, -t-t iuiuutes  West, tlienuo South 10 degrees 10  ���������minutes -Wost, to point of coin-  moucmont and continuing 17.2 a-  crcs more or Iosh.  Dated 20th February   1009.  F-tASJiu lUvm LuMititu Co. Ltd,  fMtl  mmf, u^aft^Sm^  Wood'fl Pitoiplwdiw,  Ttmea arid larlgomml no ttt-ma  v*W r-m% m*% j*���������  ih*  ....���������.,.,  ,.w������  i*9o%e Ctolfca Kasit Cofiapaa-ad  Ll^iV?gJg*Lt^^fl,*g  pB|ww^Mtt  OarU  ���������roast  ^9jaJ^eW9'%  Vimconvor di'fcHted Now West-  minster at iHeronwe, at Now Wont-  in iiihti'V, nu Saturday lust, by u  ������������������core of 0 to 1,  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Tako Notico that Fraser Rirer  Liiiiilntr Uo. Limited ol Fraser  Mills H. ()., Occupation Sawmills  and Lnmbor Company, Intends <o  apply for perm fusion to,, lease tho  following described   land!���������  Commencing at tlm northwest  corner pout of District Lot 100,  Comox District, thonce north 40  degree**. 111 mluutosKastjlOOOfeot,  thence t-onth *tl degroo* 40 minutes Rast 0500 foot; thonco South  40 degree* 10 mtiintes West IB00  feut more or lewi to high water  murk, tliet'co n������irthwesterly follow.  i*ig tho said high win or mark to  n> the point of rnmmeii(*einoi|t a  UNION S. S. CO.. -of B.& IM  _. -, 4. -.  Week-end service   lielwoen V'aHetmvo*:4  Ne.uai.1 o, JJaioit.,, Comox, by  the  steel (Hyde bu*lt t\Hu ccif*c  ateainer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vaucouver. SaUir-Jay 8 p tu  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 jj in  Aniros Uaion, Stiudiy 6 a m  ArriyeaCotub^ * Smi'lnyS am  r Koturuiiijf:���������  Leaves Co:nux, Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uuio., tsimday S *.������ m  Arrives Niuaiijio, -'Siuida/ 11pm  Arrives Vfln������t>uvtk Monday 7 ivia  Stage loaves U���������ion Tor runberlnn I evr  ory Sindtty morii'tijj on nrr vul ofCOW-  IOHAN;*' ftticl laTWH-Oannxrland Hotel  at 1 pu*, ochuoMiiii wttli 6te;i,i6r at  Uwion.  ThosEi  Funeral Direc-j.  tor  and: Em-|  bairner      |  99*9QZS94tt9eeC>2&lte  Hou.4 Ralslh-)*-:   Rc*v  -newiu     ::' Foundations S  Carefully Attended to.  Cumberland, li. C.  ese������'te690���������*tc*������-'NM������e-s*������  NOTICE TO: CRED1TOKS  Creditors of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer. formeily of the "New Eug  land Hotel,���������Ou'mbeeland, are noti  fied to forward their claim*  against the estate to the undersigned on or before tho ist day  of .rune, duly verified with par  ticulars i.f any- securities held by  them, and are hereby notified  that after Ihe- said date, the under  signed will proceed to distributa  the estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall then have  beeu-brought to hernotice.  Vancouver, April 29th 1909.  Margarrt Taylor  Administratrix  By her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Iliid,  619 Granville St, Vaiicouverll.C.  AlasKa-Yukon Exposition  ���������   "***���������������������������"���������*"*. 'v  Seattle, Aug. 17.���������In th-?* most  magnificent  ���������pa^-esmt c*.'-cr seen iu  in tho Wt-sf., twonty-fivo tliou^'iid  Masons-from all. p^-rts-of tin* ]*������  cidc    Coast,     will    jiarai'"     ni������  grounds of the j\ l-ibl-a-Yukon-P-..-.--  citio Exposition oh   Sin'ii.t*i*s day, s  Wednesday.  Ang-ust S5tl������..-Ov������i-'a ���������).  half million'dollr.rs worth ..of cosU  nines   alonu   will 00 used iu   tlio  procession.       Camels,, elephants,.-'  aiKi a wlttole loeoitgorio of animals ���������  of vai-ious kinds will be iifcd in the  parade..        At liight, A burlesqno  pivnulo  vvill bo li*������ld   on the  Pay  Streak, in" 'wlisch fire effects  will"  *     . *.  play a promiuont- part.  Tbo week at the Exposition from .  August the 25"to August the 20th,  will begin   with.  North   Dakota  Day on Monday.      A large delegation from- thut   state will - take -  nirt 1*11 tl& ^ y.'Og������une of   the day,  which will be held in the   "Wash-"  ington State Building.  On tlio same day4 tlio National  Indian F.ducator*8 congress will  begin the animal c<>nkmtion at tho  Auditorium. Elhibits of -the  work of the educators among the  Indiun have been revived from all  of the ageiicic-s of tho West and  those will be put on display at the  Auditorium. ���������  The Coming of tho famous Tabernacle ckoir on Utah Day,". Wed ���������  nesthtv will be one of iho mush-al  features (>f tbo Kxposttion.".��������� The  choir, which has been celeurated  throughout the entire cc-untry.-will  t*-ive"concerts in the natural am-  phitneatre*- The Utah l)vy pro-  grain will be l)eld'*lirTiIo~Trfair_"  State IhiiSding, whicli is a repro  duction of the llopi Indian.Pueblo.  A scubscviption of $15,000 has  been raised in Utah to send tho  Utah high school cadets to tho  Exposition for Uhdi'Jlay.  i  1  VeVln I)neks----!*^s|fs for eeto  from Vrlm hw\ atook $4,00 per  ���������aittingof U,$:l50fur(wo.  Tonloaae    (t*t>*e*~ri$jp   50c.  gturff,  Ure. II. C. Niwm  pi'timan Island.  mamip hiuhhjhi ilujw ..tn-jjwi  IH' t���������ij  The Courtenay Hotel  Bvery convci ieu������>e lor gueeta.  TTaa C������iitial H������t** ter wpetrteeum  Ki*������V!b������������i>*|leuc4W.*a������aiMl L'-^uMf  W tha ttV-������r.  HATXai  WtA������OTI\RLU  T.O������T V l.nn������di of V.*yi*. Vln<l  ur pluaou ivtuin lo Ihis oflico nud  a rowan) of 31.00 "*vill l������������ p**tld.  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  ii thi iniATtrr  THEATRICAL | SHOW PAPER  IN THI WOUtD.  UMhlt*.   mtWtMto.  IWttO WUU.T.  6i%DfiPt������ Copy Mil,  nmtAm*m,t*,m,  *������ESiat^ *.w.2rTO^f^  FOES OF THE LEVEES.  ���������wr-oat of  Danflar to Hia ArtMelatl.  Btinka Alane tha Mltaiailppl.  "Pcoplo who know little about our  r-ytitotn of levi-os, Uie artificial bnnUa  bittlt to conflno the flood waters thut  pour Into tba MUal������Hlpp|, no (louli*-  Imaelno tbnt tba heavy raloa aro tlio  only pnora*- wltU which the Invent1 hav*.*.  to contend," aald u ltatoa Hotnio mnn.  "Ou tlio contrary. <������������ leveca, Wh  during Umea ot flood and low water,  are subject to the Inceaaajit attacks of  living to**, the destructive work ot  which cost-*) millions of dollars, Ttn-ro  fnea aro alllnatorM, turtles, mtisKruf.-t,  fluid rata, fresh watur terrapin nnd  crawtl-h. Of nil thrso Imrrowor** ttint  prey on tho leveca, ascavatlno within  thero goodly chamhora or tunnel*-, ihtt  crawfish do tbo rooat dntnage, with (lie  tortlea ond tomi-ilna a good, second,  Tho harm dotio liy tlio alligators Ih  coinimrotlrcly iinall.  "In repairing the banks crawOih  bolca ��������� re often fuuod of Immense size.  It la theae hollow spacos that in lima  of frost-tot* caiiHo a caving In and brealt  ef tha laveaa, which ot court bring-  en an tnumluthu*. of nil tha a<Uneent  eooniry. The worst part of ths liusl*  newt Is Uint no way of eitermlnattnt  theiu* pettls has yet been found, nnd  tin* only thing to lie dene la te try to**  ket*n tliftn sway from the banks aa  DUK'b  as  pONNlllIC*."  THE HU VAN ^ENGINE.  ta Operate Tbla Msit������*pU������a Air It*  tha First Necessity.  ,. .   ,       ,,    , Of all iho engines tinmh������gly devlaHl  these creatures destroy Uie deer ^ y^ M, wo Cfl0 ^,,,1 n,,,, ln������Mt^  would be a very f.erioii.1   matter;  place ������f Mnsiruttlon, Hie finrliie of the  u���������( ...i.������������ ia ,-f ...���������������������   !...r������r������������..^���������! tUHiiin framo.   To nin that engine file  but what is of more  importance ��������� fa lf)B flrit imcrmttT, ottmini. t \t how  lUtanceof 0500 feet moro or lens, lis that they become dangerous to i you  wilt, the Rvetnor ***rt ol  Hit  .... '..'������������������������������������ ���������     **���������*���������    ' e****e***������ wM***i f������*i*il*i ti (Mtwer filanl h)  contaiiuug HUauroa-niorour k>*������, *--*u.������i** .-.m* i������������it   i\v->i*#.������..  *������,-l-0-t More It rwwUrm tbe u|.piyin������  Dtttcl tiie otli day of Mnreli r.)*n������., uuvcimcni wtniui ������i*> wcii lo u**.*- , mst-hme. ity i������������j/ -m*.- **..������ *������������ ,**������.<  I'uvsku Rivkd Iahwm Co. l.Tii. this iiiattcr attention, and special- \ ������* "to**���������"* ������������������*���������''������' tmtTuft*l!  , '.A and **aVI#������������ly.    Its i������������*d l������ Its fuel,  ly eiicourajre the  destruction uf *r0 ,w avanettie nil ihe riMwiiiwuta ������t  LAND BEOI3TIIY ACT.  In tlio mtt'or of au ipplioatiim for Dti-iH-  <Nto Ooitiflostoii of Ti |������ to ]nt I.X.XV,  notinn 71, and R. W. frad������l'*nal k ���������������n,������  U.K.   friictionnl   ���������.( nf Auction28,  trnvnuli'ii I), ^iiis|i65i* (II Untttox Ui������-  tttct.  NOTIOK i������ hereby i-iven that it Is my  lnttmil.in at tho o*pi'utl,*n of oue month  'rtiiit duto of the lirat |iul)l,ii,������tititi lioreof to  i'Hiu) Uti|iliuat- CriilkiuLiH ul Tiie to ���������������  imvn lands idMUPtl  to  lltMtry (l.it>l< Mo-  QuiUnn (������n tl'o 7tli KovomUr,  IROM, 7th  AplllUOS, niul 8ih October  100A, and  mtmbared r������ip������ctlvoly I7!l27n, 70Wo <iod  iitmni',  Lad Hot-Mry Ollite, Viotoria, B. C,  ths aaniiliiy ������tf Maroh, 1������00.  8. V. WOOTTON  ItMgistruMieaernl olTiUos.  Joe {-Stewart, <������f The Royal Bmk,  arrived homn hmt wecV, after a very  pleasant */a������*tion trip lo Victoria,  Seai Uo and Vancouver.  It is not pleasant to read of the  depredations of wolves ou the  Island, and that they ore rapidly  increasing iu number*. To have  All local Jtema of a business'wolves  uaMitc will be charged ior a������ the  standard rate of 10c. a line.  i'olouist.  E. O. Kmdc l������l|������ lining an*l  (J.-mirtil t.'1-jiAkving.  John Johnston,    Prop  1  AdifTtiftfr** will  ������-������.*������f*r r* favor  by bringtnsj in *U**l*' at*. u������*t lart������r{  floats Mnn������hy. a* tlii-a    ��������� Ul   ������������������utabl**  f;i*'   prftif**'Ml  M   ffi-^rt   it in   ttit-  ii.**t iwtm on tlw following '.''���������<*���������*-  (day.  ttint feed meat l������ ti������riw*������l. -*r������������iln<l������n  ���������,,j,������ .mi* imwor l-*r*r tliti fi������trnl*ia ������l*������  ���������I'urn tif lb* nlr I* rsiM-til'til l'n'*an.f  Irwi i������ li that nltrrwrn *n*i������i l������* vn-%  ���������nt ������������ iweveat tlte rapid ������i������ml*u<������l'*s>  whlrti emtft tab*' H������������* li* '.sjes  alone Rot, whether the **<iMt*bu������*il**t  be* fast or slow, the aribm Is iht* ������������*������������������*.  ���������nt** hndj* horns IN* f-irten ttnd t������y  dnrst-a of Ua tcfA and >{iv.������ ..m > ���������  otMes ot term aoWutMe*, c������rt**i������  (TtWtiMi. KetUm a* id %**��������� ������*.**! WyU' ,vt  <*il*Je fwaler). The ������%ater H*������t u  f/������r,.M>.| sritfiln tlte tindy t*y ttt������������ t-ar-*  t:*ar "f *iriln.ix*>t** la r*f r**������m|4irsitt*'if  Ultitit lnt|Hiriiviv.i> In a ������"ftu-*i������!#r.iik������������ ������|  llv i������*-������l eim+atl<*im nt !**#������ #ffw������ Ot ������i������f  atr mem itw i**"ii*vi*..i! tent tnm -���������***  fa*-t***', **a������ ������-*t������f^.fv <\ti������vs*������ i,������-.*���������������. aa  ta* Ifnty. I������ ef dt^-i ineyn'- ***������ ���������  flsTttl-h*. |"fiWI������r**-** '���������   *" BOVP.iL renovates'  km blood ana builds up  ���������/ijijclpand nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids-  good for ail.  inion Bay Notes.  iifiss Manning, of Seattle, ia  t'-e guest of her cousin, Ifiss.C.  Drew.  Chief ot Provincial police Ste*  phv-.ison is here looking into the  a.]'.*h of the tragedy of the late  I-'. Anderson.  Mr.. Wns* Mtthesou. of Comox  p*jd a dying visit hare on Saturday last.  The Royal Bank of Canada  ar- erecting a branch here op-  )-sice the court house, which  -.���������i'i greatly add to tlic '-'convent  THE NEWS;: CtJMBftR&AJ^  ladies blouses,   Marked  down at Jr. N. ISfcLeod'a  awa>  We rcgi*ot to learn and will h>  friends, that little "Sam" Co*  our worthy little aunt-taut met  with a moil painful accident. Tlic  poor lad was oiling hit** bicycle ant'  on turning the back wheel to oil it.  he unfortunately let bis thumb gc:  in between the sprocket and chaii  briii**in** it very badly. ''Sammy'  iabearin** up like a little brick,  and we hope, and t-o do bis man)  tnce of the busim-ss houses ' and' irmid*>ih** ������'���������''wl11' ������"ly ** a ^  'tie oublic. *"���������"*   *M8'0,e ���������*��������� **���������*���������* l-ae ni* ������f *���������*'  are  fair  Mr. and Mrs. MeLeod  ������������������.���������'���������ay On a vacation to the  d. Seattle.  -i^Sx-Georgia.arrived on Fri*  '.:���������:}��������� last and sailed Friday even*  ���������--.;.**. tor the mainland.  ruybwn and scow's are load-  iy,; lO-'uiy.  Tugs Faultless. St. Claire, E-  : ���������-, Nov.;*. rue, buukered here last  A v ry enjoyable eveuirig was  ,   ,.*. in   Humphrey's hall,   on  ��������� '.id*;.* oveniug last,   when   the  ���������f.\ orchestra gave their open-  ��������� ���������-..��������� iikc of the season.   It  is  li'uuon to hold one! every  *;.'.4:son Satnr.ay evening's.  ���������serious  runaway   accideut  baud again.  Children's bhoes, 20   per  di-fcoiint at J. N. Mcleod's  cent  NOTICE,  Every Mouday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and hIho 20 tous of potatoet*; will  eell cheap.  ChiuYeuk,  *-        Sandwick.  the Great Divide  It ia with deep regret that  we  here -Sunday ������ifteniooM.ichroh',c,e.' ^!,������ llttttt,, of Mri'* MiU  wer & Bishop's   libte:..' '���������#���������"��������� ft mo*,t ���������>t*cttitl old timer  . ���������:.,j'lugh Miller,' wife and fam*  -id  Mrs. Webber,'daughter  ���������'    :nd Mrs,' Miller,  and lier  '���������', of Cumberland, were re-  .train enjoyiii^ a  day's  -uj4    The neck yoke of the  . *   ".^c upou  goliig down  the I  hill, .-.Upped up the pule, causing  rb* horses to bolt, ainl  reaching  ��������� he bottom the carriage capsitcd  ���������browing the occtip.itr** resulting:  ������������������,1 ���������������������������ut of Mr. Miller's b'iys, Rob*  . ���������*., ti  j������ tl years of ajje, beiug   ������������������    killed; tree"other,   Mrs.  .*.'.-.' *r's eldcal little buy Hugh,  ' 'is collar bone and two ribs  ; ;o :.n, aud  the  rest   escaping  *    !i scratches aud a bid shaking  Mrs- Webber jjot  slightly  '.������������������; < n the leg,    Medical aid  ��������� .i   .icdiaiely  rent   for  aud  .. w.ilcBpie xr*i quickly upon  *'��������������� Ic'Cla*.  of Comox Valley. The deceased  la'dy had been ill for some time,  being troubled with her heart. She  panned to tile '-great Iwyond" on  Sunday morning at about 2 a.m.  Pour daughter* and a son aro left  to mourn her lost The remain*  wero laid at rent in flie Coino* il,  (/.cemetery this morning at 0a.m.  The funeral wan largely atttond  ed by sorrowing friends aud rela*  tivos,  The pallbearers were, WinDiiri.  ean, Eric Duncan, John 0hidings,  Win, Robh, Wm. Miller, John  McK������rif,fe.  NOTICE.  Tafce notice that at a tneetin**  fit theShareholders and  Directors of the' Pilsen'er Brewing^ Company, Liiiiited; hejd on iJnly i'otli  1908, John   C. C. Scliuoor,  was  removed fr'dih his office,' of 'Dir-  ector,'#atin$erand  President bt  the said Company;   aud  further  at the said meeting Johannes K.  Schnoor wai removed from   his  office as Director and Secretary  of the said Company.  Pjwener Brkwing Company  (Limited.)  Per P. Philupps Harrison,  Company's Counsel.  "We publish a letter : received  from a correspondent purporting  ob* a reply to an editorial in the  issue of tha 3rd ine't.  How this correspondent can call it  1 reply ire cannot see, as it in no  way refers to the subject matter id  the editorial aforementioned, ex  cept that he is so kind as. to inform  us that members!of the chain Rang  do not attend public entertainments  ���������*Ve never said they did. Perhaps  the corwpohd������*nt does not think it  possible to disturb a meeting without being actually present thereat.  At any event our knowledge of men  i the chain gang is limited,  though we are informed that they  are somotirae?, iu the United State**  permitted to attend entertainment.*  of a certain charscter.  He aho dates that  "of  course  the ladies should not be removed  Married-^-On tlio eveningibf  Aug. 10th, at the home; ol the  bride's parents,* Miss ;Eate;:JicT  Donald, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs  D. P. McDonald' and :Mr,JJ; C.  Brown, son of Jilr. .Geo. Brown-of  this oity, wore united iri tHe Ifoly  Bonds of Matrimony by the Rev.  D. McGilliviay, of St. George's  Presbyterian Church,  * ���������������*,,'*I**������������������ ***[  '''^m\������^i^tk-M44i**M4^������i'^''i yfot only' is- ''it  a  nice   mild  ence.  from the hall by the napTofmie"  neck, etc." This is very kind b{  him indeed, and we trust that hi*  benevolent suggestion will always  be acted upon.  We do not think tbat thecorrcf-  pondence above mentioned ii* of  any v������lue, by reahon of tho fact  ���������hat the ludie-i of Cumbeiland  make it a rule to remove their hats  nt all entertainments where there  is anything on ihe uta^e to be seeii,  hut not in the cune of a munical  ebneer1), which people attend -for  the purpose of hearing music and  not necessarily gaping at the  musicians.���������-En.  . Jf.B,--Ho further correnpondenco  loallng with tho above subject will  be publiihed.  .������������������ <>   AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE  at all hours, with a careful driv  er,   K. C. Emde,Cumberland.  )!** Timer Passes Away  W*   ' was recelvml y*'*>tfrday of  * au . iiiiwi of the doatli of Wd*  Iitid, bettor known a'a ������������������HUP  ���������* ut the Naiiaiui ��������� hospital  .������������������.*.    *   1 wis well kiioA'i in Cum  *���������  >       :i     irtiiighoiit   ihe iii������*������i  t     ,      , a ^ \weti in tht' employ  ��������� A'Co., in tln-ir logg*  * ���������*��������� many v������ii'".   Of re-  ���������    ked .'t a l"ggiug  ,    i      ���������    w*ii**fi |;*t\. but   nt<  The one hundred yards foot*  race which came off at the Y  last Saturday between N. Mc<  FHrUtieaud M, Russell resulted  in McFarlanc being au easy win*  ner.  TENDBK8 WANTED  Tenders will bo received by the  undersigned, up to Monday, Aug,  tWrd, Otf at 6 p. tu. for the digging of a fewer along Second St.  from ������ffi*Vwr*v ffi mtr of Mi.tlio  dUt rhnrHij to h jKut on tWnnd  St. I'diiiccting with old *t'w������ir, op*  pusite U. C. Wilson's bouse. I'Unt*  may lm aeen at the furniture store.  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on.easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  Editor Cumberland News,  Dear Sir:���������In reply to an editorial iii your paper of "the 3rd  iust,. I would say that it is high  time also that some of the ladies  of Cumberland had better  be taught manners before entering public entertainments, of  course uot.'by being removed by  the nape of the neck, or toe of  the boots;"! would precure a  good book ou manners. Then I  don't think they would have to  be told to remove their' very  large Merry Widows and Peach-  Basket hats.  It shdws dense ignorance for;  any lady to obstruct the" view of  the stage, with a large "hat.  I think out worthy editor is a  little hazy ou the idea of a chain  gang.  Men in the" chain gang are not  usually accustomed to-' attend  public entertainments; therefore  they coind"mSTbe~clisturbefs~of  such entertainments,  I would suggest, for the benefit of the more cultured ladies  and gentlemeu of Cumberland,  that the policeman, who iu instructed to ensure better order,  at entertainments, be also instructed, to order; ladies with  large hats, to remove them at  the door.  Yours truly,  HENRY RICHARDS.  ���������  >' :   ���������  *<':���������  ��������� ������*-'  .  ���������'   V  "' ',  g i:  1 Machines iI  ar*'  ger  \ ^smok-e,' but "the "Grand Duke"  )j!Cigar has air:those necessaVy  '������ qualities which give^ so much  ���������satisfaction to the smoker.  ���������ON���������  J Easy Terms I  ���������at the-       ;;  J News Office. ^  ���������I-J"r,J'*.*.."J-,.iv,������"J*'3  FOR SALE���������Jersy cow, in calf  also one mare good for saddle or  buggy���������Apply News o������-ice or to  M. Perez, ConrtEnay.  The case of Albert. Pickard,  brought up ty the City Council  c-iune tip before Jddjfe; Abrams  oil; last:;M6uday ;;��������� eVeuiiag;; &))& }  was dismissed. Mr. T. Bickle  failing to appear.  . NOTICE:���������No ads will bo  changed after Monday noon of each  week.  FOR SALE���������Boarding house  and furniture, a, snap, at present  occupied by A.-Gatic. Apply to  A. Gatz, or at this .office.  FOR SALE; Man or Woman���������  My South African Veteran Bounty  Land Certificate issued by the  Department of Interior, Ottawa;  good for 820 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,  Saskatchewan, or Manitoba. Any  person over the age of 18 yeans,  man or woman, can acquire this  land with this Certificate. For  immtdiate sale $800.00. Write or  wire, L. E. Telfoid, 131 "Sliuter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  mmmmm am *sj���������������*>'**��������� ****>-s*s m m.  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAltOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlflDE TO   6'^'DB^'AflO  .^..ii.'tfiijJIisHV STVLtB YOU luish. ������������������������������������;  ^fitlTECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Froii $20 to $40;  s  =G-������~M-B=B-*^=A=N=JDr  -B_C~  amamme ***a^*s***'**> ���������*���������������*���������**��������� a*s> m ****��������� <  ���������������������������������������������^���������������������������-^������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THE ROYAL UM OF CANADA.  B, C,  CUMBERLAND.  Oai,it,u..$'1,GOO,000  Kkskhvk, 85,3'0,000  AtisKTS,   *53.000,O0O  Dkposhi, 868,000,000  ,- *.,������������������),  ���������>-������-j*a|  *.,'  \ri  *   ������'* L������ivi* up vinjk uw       ,,  r .,-.!..   J...I rmntlj "-'l "������P^  .-..-���������i-tinu *������i undergo j  ��������� '���������in-*'. bm a i  flfortsi  .      Mr. IWJ wm   a1  \*4������  will III;*-!  i.y  nil{  ���������". '"���������"R S '���������'' natnr.]  iniiig,   Ti** reiiiaina  ,,. .'   *}#;}<! ���������������*������  !������������*t hi  ���������i  *������������������������ int.������������������.<������'. i.*. Um>  f'ui-fery. ���������*i-'*-lwick,  . "i,������ Oil    V������aj.||������*������������  mayor McDonald or V. Horvotnl.  lowest or any tender not liecei*  ,  ���������*-������rt-jr.**i-*ul������t   ������'d   Mr������*.  #ft rwer'*'l) ���������������>������ ������ vi������it  <v4������wr.  A. McKinkom,  City Cl������rk,  American  "OLIVER"  Visible  Typewriters  Wo have bacn (prtuaato snoBj-b to se>  ears tks vsulnslvti si>iuiy for tba Ollvsr  Visilili Ty|wwri(������r, tlio nsatast, atmna**  ast, ind must modern of sll tha roim!  lypi*writsrs ua tho msrk t at ths present  timo*  lli* Olivor tllmiuisbft U������e (n-fiicitnoy  nf tho t'l-orntor, by olhuiaatlng all tin*  wsskiia-es tbat causu f*ut und worry ov-  er thu rawhlBS. A Ibtlo oil sad filsiity  ���������i cxorolso makes it liapry, beoansa it ia  tllllni* its mission,  No* is yonr oprtortnnltr to atouro a  l,yi<������*������iii**i vl it.*. Z.'A ruter, attt! *n **���������������������������������<���������  iwiiu If yon **\th It ���������**,  Wo bave ssvaral stHiond.hnntt msehlnra  for sila of otbsr maksa, obea|i. Writs na.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  wKi&Ai crcts wrppT,  1110 Gov't,, St., Oppoaita Spsnesr'a  ur OuraUtba������i������)MMBicyclo Itore.  VIOIOBU,       B. O.  If you get it at Pllntleys, it's all  right.  Editor CuMBKUi.Axn Nkws. ,  Dear Sir:���������Will you kindly  quotti tho following extract from  the Victoria Colonist:���������  ���������'Ciimberluud is eai'iiinga very  unenviable imputation with a  touring entortainment nttraetioiit-i  as the most rowdy town in Ilritifh  Col ii m bin. Many of thu hoodlum*  who patronize concert or comedy  apparently attend for tho express  purpose of insulting aud abusing  the performers-uud reflect ing discredit upon the community that  tolerates their gross misbehavior,' ���������  We regret that wo cannot deny  this statement, as it ih only too  true. Not only aro ladies iu-mltt-d  at concerts, but lately several  ladies hav* beeu grossly iusultotl j  ou the public streets,  Tiy*  other  day, a young lady visiting friends  iu town, wns subjected to remark-.  of the vilest nature*, by two young  men whom she pinned on one if  tho msii) streets, unfurl mutely  ���������he wiih a stranger uud was uuablu  to identify thoso human skuiil'**.  Wo require bolter police protection and corf>iinly need a magistrate of some stamina and one who  will not hesitate to deal  sovoroly  with these hoodlums who insult un  protected women .mil  bring our  " ��������� = Money Ordera-w*===  Issued in Dolhuv,, Pounds' Sterling,   Francs, Marks, Rubles  ������������������Lires, Kronen, etc.-���������-���������.  Payable All   Over   the   World.  #���������*"  Savirgs Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  "~~       S. A. MORLEY,  manaokb.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������t      ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������s>  ��������� mmemmmmamam  FURNITURE  -, ��������� AND���������i   HOUSE FURNISHINGS  Ilefore buying your Rlnnkets call nnd inspect our uew  lines just opened'out. A full stock of Purnitute, Mailable  Beds, Cratiiteware, Toilet Sets, dc. etc.   NOW SHOWING.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  As MoKinnon  CUMRKRLANI)  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C,  lUIIII       l���������LV  ��������� 'lh*  jiMaiiiHnMniMH   ���������wmum  CITIZEN.  The Pilsener Brewing   Co*  **���������: will be prepared to supply :   Crystal Ice  ���������-on, or about July i������t, 1909���������--  ORDERS MAV BR SRKT UV MAI!*, OR AT THR  OFPICK.    KHPRIClvR^TORS SUPPUKH  0RD8f?l PROmPTLY ATTENDED   TO.  FOR SALK-Ono driver and  two working horioft. Apply toM.  ii. i*ic������v*^, <Srti������d���������������������-������., 15. C  WATCH Mel^Kl'a Window*  For Bargains, SATURDAY. ,  ' ��������� '���������������������������     ��������������� '���������*   1 ������������������ hi  Mount H(wh L O. L. No. lflTU  will give a eoneert nest mouth,  Date aud '-articular*, later,  TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $20 to $35    All Work Flf������t Q\im  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  Summer muslins, etc  at J. N. MeLeod'*  At Cost  j NOTICE Farm for unle.-wMi j  or without atock and tmp1e*j  nients. For particnlaw apply tot  T. lleckenaell, ("orno-f, B. C.      |  Men* ������i������l I*-*,'- cttiiidtig. *20 per ���������  \ t-ei.t dbeomit at J. K. JdcLto*r ,  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������*���������     ������������������>���������>������������������������������������������#  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealera in Freeh and Salt Meatnand Farm Produce  All Order* Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.


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