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The Cumberland News Aug 31, 1909

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 r S'c~ ������**-*"**~* '"**"*.-<^*'-~*<-  :-C-:-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  am*  The Nkws, EJighteknth Year,  Our Fall  Goods  have now been arriving for some time,  and the following lines are opeuvd  and ready for yonr inspection, namely -.  New Autumn Dress Goods in Great Variety  of fabrics and Colorings.  READY TO WEAR  Costumes, Coats and Mantles.  Only one of each style.  RAIN, COATS FOR  LADIES and  GENTS  NEW FLANNELETTES,  KAMONA  CLOTHS, BLANKETS,  COMFORTERS, etc.  To clear tip the balance of our Summer  Goods, we will sell practically at  YOUR   OWN   PRICE.  SIMON LEISER  & Co., Ltd.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  A FULL LINE OF   )���������������������������*"''"   L ,   '        "'   Crompton Corsets  JUST ARRIVED  ������&���������$.  ���������5)  Straw Hats Beldlto Cost  . ��������� AT, ,  J. McPHEE & SONS  Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland,  r  MAROCCH! BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WOrTKS  Agents for Union Hrewiiv^ <'ompanv's IWMM and  IfORTKR.      ViMj-ftlwale IV*Ur* In all Ui-'U-of  Wi.vv.. .i.ul I.i4i'.t*.'.ii,  L       SECOND    STREET  &88S9RABfl3������nBS9M>'&   t&XRSXtBZ^-  CUMBERLAND. B. C, TUESDAY, AUG 31,   1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  'apet?  as  .Some Pretty Shades of Ingrayv for you to choose from..  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastiue,* Varnish, Stains  and Baplac, which* makes old furniture like new.  dssdfoiv  m;  T.K& Magnet,  Cask' Store  fakes Hrst  .Plaoe.  T, E. BATE  DON'T FAIL  i     ���������  1 to-Attend the  BIG SALE  ifl:;r  Saturday, Aug., 14th, 1909.  J. K HcLEOD,  TttE CORNER STORE  Duiismuir Avenue,  CUMHEltr*AND;B.C  I Wedding Gifts ������������?&$������*'  Prices asLow as $l.oo and up to $2*50  TheJohnston McRaye C&  Entertainment.  A fair sisued audience greeted*  the Johnston McRaye Company  iu Cuuiberiuucl Hall, last evening, The* entertainment was of  its usual high standard, Miss  Johnston fully sustaining her reputation as a first-class artist; Mr  McRaye in his "habitant" renditions,, being very fine. Mias  Maguire is a* charming" singer  and rendered her song** beautifully, receiving very hearty merited applause. Seldom has a  Cumberland audience had the  pleasure of listening to such an  artist. We bespeak for the (Join  pauy a bunipw; house for Wed*  ucsday evening's-'uu-tertainment.  Dou't miss a rare treat, artistic  and refined iu every particular.  ������.*.������..������������������������  Lost for five'and ,1*1 half hours  at night in the woods of Jarvio*  Inlet,:His Rxeollency Earl Grey,,  governor general of Cd'nnda, who  returned lo Victoria today after  hie journey to the, Yukon, hnd a  narrow oscnpo from falling over n  precipice in the darkness and was  found whore ho Fauk down hung  17 and exhausted with hia. olotli.  ing badly torn, after having-givon  up,the struggle to find his way  back to tidewater, by a search party headed: by,.; Major Clarke, his  oiderly, and Second Oilicor John-  sou and somo eea men of govern-  meut stcatnor Quadra, which carried His Excellency and party to  am! from Slu\gwa,y���������(Jolouiat.  STERLING. SILVER, SILVER   PLATED  GOODS.   AND    RICH    .CUTliJSLASS,.  '">��������� The JlutGlef  Removed Next the Royal Bank. Cumberland  In Memortam.  ���������kB^������>*r.(f,<f*toS  ^f*f*m*y***mmmtm'',  We regret to luarn of Ihe death  of Di'iiicl Uiiytrutn, which .took  place on Monday last ut U, & l\,  hospital, of Mrlght's disease,  ������������������Danny" \sm for iiiiiny year** a  rt'-nduiit, of this oity, wi,| hi**, many  friend* will regret to hoar of liU  oarly domino,  MUM0U1AI*   SKK.VICK.  There will* be a Memorial Service held in Ht. Cleorgo1**! Ficshy  tcrian Church, on next S'ind,iy  evciiiug, September 5th, by the  Uev. ll MeGillivray, with reference to ihe death of the late  Daniel S. Haymau.  j   M<tt'TISHAW -Rt >HKRT.S.  Mr.O-w-tM .Motlinhnw, of Nn-  | -mi-.* -, ami M.L* S'*''i<* 'J-*'!*.'rt.-. i*  *,','* i'ity., **������������������*��������� tr nuusW-4 . v������ \\\\  , ttoi'luy I'i***. yin'-fri-tnotiy ������'*������������������ *���������������**���������  [ r.������rtm*4 U. llu, Uv,������\ [i. .'.... j...-, ^ T  I Tln������ Injipjr eon|,l*������ wiil t.-ike ������ip  j lltt-ii r������'-i*h*M*������������ tit Xnimii*i������������.  PHOTOGRAPHS  F. A. Vuille will' Open a photo*  graph gallery in Cumberland,  Sept, Oth 2 doors below pout ofl'ice,  when*.-ho will bo prepared to d<>  photographic work in all its bran-  olios. All postoards tnkon Sept. fl,  7, 8 and 9, will bo made for TfSc  dozon, ;] rt'gul.ir price. All work  guaranteed satisfactory.  Out of door and nmutour work a  Hpcciiilty,  Semi*Ready tailorwl Buits made  to measuro can now be obtainod at  The Big Store. The ^mi-Ready  physique typo system of *��������� cutting  aad dcslgniay clotboB for men is  now gonoraUy underatood. IVImib  taado possible tho tailoring of tho  tinesl fabri*'s froin iha most cxpon-  Bive cloths mndo by Uie Britinh  mills, so that any gen tie roan ean  secure within a low day*! a per/cot  fitting Btiit.  The Somi-Roa*!.)* -juatanlee* on*  euros that thn garment!* (dialI fit  perfectly. There can bo 110 doubt  ol tbiu system of* concet tailoring  (or its BiiccenB has-been built ou  tho satisfaction it has given.  We rospeotfully solicit your in*  Rpeoiion of the exitensivti Tango ul  Hamplo clothfl now on view at the  BigStoro whore your nioasurooanbe  taken for a SetnUlieady null for  Fall Prices ranging from $1.8,00 to  $.32 00 per suit,���������Siuion I.eiser A  Co, Ltd., Cumberland.  FOR SALK���������FKe roomed* aot*  tage, with pantry, bathroom* nnd  olcetrie light. Lot 00 x OU feet,  Fniitiitiueittid piano, also, for Ralo.  Kor pactionlarfi, ctft, call at thi������  ofllco or address P, Ofc   Dost li-S  City,   - ���������' 0 ��������� 11 ��������� ������������������������  . .ill*. Tltco Soiitli, son ofTt. J.  Hinitli, of Littlo PJvor, h������s lwen  appointed teacher to the Mint'*  *ahool.  The moving pict-uro show givoi.  on Monday evening; laut^ was a.  complete..lizzie, being the wpiBt"'  ever presented to a Cumberland  audience The machine must havo*  'oewn out of order or tho operator  ���������iM not uudwsttuul U& hwnb^i,  perhaps both. We think it mu  Imposition on the public to take-,  their mo'noj and put up such a.  bhuw. TLm twidienco bocamu so  di+gu*sted that uiAny left heforo  the show wftfl over.  New WeBtininste d*������feateil Yau-  couvorv at laAcosse, at Now Went--  laiji-jtoi", oiw *cSai,.ur<lu.y hist by a^  score of 11 to 4.  The Vancouver Provinoo published the following, dispatch from.,  Ottawa:  Ottawa;. Aug. 28.���������C. II. Parker, of Nanaimo,. Ii. C lias Ix-t-n  appointed county eourt judge foi-  that distcii-'t ta succeed Jiid^c  IlavriBoa. who. ku* re&igned n<),l  been Biiperaunuated after tweut***  yoars sor vice.  NOTICE  I will aot be responuible for any  tlolits uontrai'tuU in my uamo, af  forAiigiiifWtli 1WJ0, without !.:,*  w.ultteu.onl������r.  Wa.[.uv 'iitufos  MENS WORKING SHIRTS  Just oponed up a large range of tnen'o hoavy working ahirto in tho  oelebrated. I-U B. K. brand, tho best line of working shirts on the  market, a large, roomy and comfortable, shirt to work. All rmttona  guaranteed oewyrl on  by hond     ,    ���������������*    .    ���������    .    ���������  Try our H������ 2* K. r.&xt tiae, it oosta no more than any othor shirt.  Wo have thta in heavy Duck ond Fl-tmncla ut  $1,25 & $1,75  CAMPBELL BROS.      CUP.BERLAND  mfmymfiv ^^^'i^^y***,^******^^^^  ���������grp^tPwrnr-'iPCTyip^ rjwz mur-ri ���������������������������������������������I  ���������Mm  f lia Oumberian-d Haws  -������������������������������������ io<l  Every   Tuesday  by  tbe  Sor-nox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Thi." p'lpcr will not hold itself  .'���������������������������ipon-jii'le for the opinions of otli-  ���������"���������>���������*���������������, as may appear in i*s columns  irotit time to tithe.  THE  NBWS.   CUMBERLAND,  ttPJTISIl COLUMBIA  tl^sday,'  AUG.  3*"**  1909'.  NOTIOE.  T.-.TCE NOTICK  th*t au npplicction  111., mada to the Legi .Ui vo Amiably  ���������it" tlio Provlnoe of Britmh Oolutubi*. at  :���������* nfcxt Siwion for an Act incorporating  .-���������:j Ccupbell River Po-*/*-* Company,  r.iuiteu ������ith all the power* give to pow-  ;; .������������������-.mc'iuiai noder th������ "Wsler Aof,  : -yO'V' un*l f'f tho purpose of coiiformin-*  to tja Cumpbell River roWorGompanyi  Limited, & Company inco'TJO'-at-ail under  tbo'-Ct.-np^iei) Act, 1897"r*n tUe 17th  ���������������>;> of April, 1909, all the rights, powers  and privileges coutaiued ia the Com-  pj iy'< MftuioranJum of ABsociotion.wbich  r.r������ *.et on* in issue cftliellHiighColuoibio  Gaae'.t* of 22ml day of "Apt, W at pages  ira? and 16G3, and also ull water-It-  canoes anil privileges herel fore or lacre-  sftor located or applied fur or' obtained,  ���������tnd ia particular, but not oi oa to limit  the (merrJity of the for -going, tor Ihe  following^^ purposes:���������   "���������  (**.) The oooBtrnotion <.r opt.*etion of  w'rk*������ ar tha supply 'er utdii-atioa ef *wa-  ���������;������** -wiuier tiie "Water Act-, **W  (b) To ������vply for and obtain under the  ;.-o**i*ioa,iof tho ���������,VtaterK\\ct,'iVHto������  oi ii-��������� s.'-arr-h *t*e orjotherwis* umiuirp,"m*'  ti'." rra.-rdB or M-atsr lice, c-������������,.-      ;.. ..  '*:) T-- Bitp--ly wutsr for .l������tnestiu fittr-  pu*.*-.** te <kflni'.\ by ths">V.u-rAct, 1909"  t��������� [nrs^na, companies, in<*o, pointed and  uaino<jj-jKirattcl mtiiiioip������liti*<rt,  (d) ', To mioufaoture nu-' 8**pp!y gas to  iionsura'.'r*,, .-lad for each pur'/������������o t������ build  U'Niiii-a.u nnd operjtto all no (���������.���������wary build-  ���������Tnjp7Tnwiirine*7mMd-plriutf���������-1J���������������������������������������������-���������  (������������������) To conefruot, equip. opor*.te and  *���������*-*. ai a tjvii Olograph and trlr-pi.ou* sys-  t,Ti,8 nnd linen.  (0 To u ustruot, oper-it* Hud uifiiu-  tftin, end ImproTe house*, t.ctorit-s, irate*  li*.)tUf, shnpe, wherret, bui:ai**-t, ercc  t!*,n������, works and oonvonip cm* of nil  *i*idi.  (*?)  To eoiistruct, operate and uaio.  tain olestrio works, po*f>r .-,.?���������<������������������, gonota-  ing jit/int avi audi other a uvMiiiftncea  at> nuy b-i neoeaaary for gom rutiug clcc-  iuMy.  (h) Produoing pewsr in any maimer  undof any kind.  (i) 0 ���������mrtttir-g oleotrWity for light,  beat, p������.ver, the opera)Ion <*f motor*,  o>.���������.���������i'jos .-.ml inuvhinery of nil hiutte, ��������� pro-  polUtif/ tMiuwaya, driving, , iuiliiiK', lift���������  liitf, entailing, Bineltlng, drill, if, milling',  ,.r ttr Boy othsr piupusi*) f���������>r '.vli ���������),) ifc fl.*.**.'  be used, either atone or fr* tMiiwotiuu  v/ilh auy other power*  {}) TrftnsinlKlng *leotr;o y or any  form of developed powu, h��������� tlia the  ustud mny bo usutVby any itomibtpnlity,  c. mipany, oorpornti,������i or p������n n.  ;;jl l'or rendering wnUr ik���������*l wator-  *.,*���������.(������������������ available far use, ������p:*l ovlnnand  *. ;**',*���������,l>>,tioi, by creeling daim, iiu*l*6iirtug  t>,** lu.Htl of wntor in auy o.ti tutii b ,ly ������f  *,Vi*.**r, fircx.ending tbt are*. ���������>'������>o������f, dl*  -,* : \n the waters ot any str-*-*--*--*, pnnd,  a.- !,,'{/,, into any other ehuiui.-i *>r uhaii-  t ���������.:-, Injing or oreotlng ���������n,\ lu,# r-tihimo,  **'.,. , tt wito, (lonHtiuutl'tjj uoy raosiVa*/,  .-"fOYcir, r.qiiQduat, Hoir, *-c.l. Itutidtug,  *,-MiU(*r ,>ri.oUau ar work hlufcutsybs  i ^julred iu eitiiofotlnn viih ������i,** nnprAve*  *.*' ������*���������.*'. ii ������������������������ ������f tho twilil vol*', nd wator  |,*jv"*f, or liy H,ltorl h������, r������i,���������>������< i������������, ������jrtiu),b  .nr, intprovin-i, rcjifiirii,*- oi ,��������� iutHiuing  vi;* tiny ���������ncli worli������, or a>ty |,'\tl lliftrsof.  !';) t'ouipiwiling nir and .-���������um* tho  s'.'itu for all pnrpoooi,  d) f'J'Olng, Niaking, l**>lni', iltllng,  luMMtii'liitfiiml rspairlou eh' trie Uiwh,  i,i'<muulutori, storngo Uattwr,','. el**������trlo  .1,1,1,1.,, tn kinti, wires, pipe*, ewi ������'h������H cm*.  c "ii���������***������, brtnclioi*, alrtolrio in*>! ,rs,'dyuB  tnn-n, ���������:,ginei,ni������ohiB"M or otlu r Apparatus  or ili.vU-'s, eats, dr������ns, witt.MJouri-ts,  ),i|������', p'lei, build*ngi and A'.a-r rcnotiuus  and wiirtiB, and rreutlng iml |<t nlng "y  vie um tin**, ���������\bl.������. main **)re or other  .i.v, <.,. r/.i.vratui abev*. or U'������w greuail.  ,-���������',, ' .1,,'truatlng, mi-lntnlnlin* ani\������)������>  ,,.*��������� ������������������*������-���������*.* -r,-'������ iT-leitlilr vr<*���������''.-, *r iisrml  ,n ��������� i ������������������ . ;*- ,iw������o*������, with ttm rtcflnHnr*-  i '. ( , !: ��������� ti *l IiiruoNis for ��������� l,i- pnotnut  ,,f .*,,-, , .un,.,'*, **.��������� i ������IUI'*i'**>'( vchlcl������  such hii-hwa>s, roads and street*,,  (q) To erf ct poles, posts, pillars, lumps  globes, uud auy other apparatus in or. upon high frays, roads, utrt'ets or b'S>3go*y  orngniii'it any wall erefctt-d ou tho wauie or  adjeiniu-i- th.r.to.  (q-J)'* The usa <,t water or watsr-power  for hydranlio minim; puip-'i-TB and for  milfiii*-, mmufacturing, indu-trinl riuI  mechanical puriicfleg, oihorth.n the poa-  ���������etation"pf oU'Ctrieity.-** - ���������     ���������    "   -������������������  (r) To dig treuches aud driius nnd  theroin to liiy cnblrs, line-1 aud wir s, nud  to ptit eleetric cables, lints, wires, ewit-  ch������*t,,Hnd oovoeoU-ig boards f.oui an** cr,-  blcs, lines aud wires in, under, slung, or  acres-, all roads, highways, streets aud  bridges, and from time to timo c-at, alter,  r.iuovo, replace, r* pair thd rt lay all or  iiiiy suol, cables, liuce, wires, switches  and connecting board**, or other appa**atn.t.  (s) To acquire by purchase or otttor-  wisd, the right t- nse and enj.iy electric  or nny other power already developed by  others at any point or points.  (t) To construct, moiutHiu, alter, repair aud renew dericea for moaauring  light, heat and power.  * (u) To sell, or let, for use, light, heat,  power, nnd any nnd'all dftVices and appar  atus uso'i for measuring tho smio, or oih-  et.wiae Ubed in ooiinec'ion vith the oompauy Vbitsiness and works.  Iv) To fix rates nud charges for the  use ef light,' heat and powtr, and the  carriage of "goods and pas-eii^ers.  (w). To.require ell   persons suppliedI  with electric lij-ht to place aad use only  ���������unh lumps and appliances -.s are apprsv-  1*3by thoCompouy. '  (ww) To Mil, assign and transfer to  auy other company lawfully emsowared  lb that behalf it license' i������ litieccts, Ua-  d������rtnking and works.  Dated at Viotoria, It. 0., April "26^,  19W.  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  - -   Solicitors for the applicants  on the J. E. HiQS^s  Estate, Point Holmes,  Oornor, B. C.  !  Gomprising of* Stoek and Farming  IiT.plem������nts, viz:���������  One Jfare, nine years old; eigbt Milk Cows,  one Melotte Cream Separator, one Churn and But  ter Worker, one Deering Mowing Machine, oue  Rake, one Hayfork and Cable, one Plow,  one set Harrows, seeding;, one Cultivator, one  Anti-Clog Weeder, ouii"Four Horse Power machine, sweep action; one set of Buggy Harness,  oue set of Team Harness, 30 tous of Hay and  Grain, and other small lots not mentioned.  This is an Opportunity to Secure  . BARaASNS  as the cows are all first-class. By calling early  you secure the best bargains ever offered in the  District, which fruwt  be   closed   out   at once.  Apply to D; R. RYAN  Administrator J. E. Higgins Estate, Comox, B.C.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days after" dato I intend to apply to  the Houourahlo Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a Licease to  prospect for coal and petroleum under the following doscribed lauds situate  iu Say ward District, ]3. 0., commencing at  a post on the bank of the Campbell River  opposite the S. K. post of lot 'M. Thonce  due North 30 cnains more or less to the  N. K. oornor post of said lot 1G-1- Thence  dun west 116.70 chains more or>sa to tho  X. \V. corner of said lot KM. Theuoe  south 30 ohaius. Thenoo due east G0.70  ohaiuB moro or less to place of counneuce-  uu'nt,  Datod this Oth day ot March 1909.  E. PRIEST.  NOl'UE is hereby given that tho undersigned intend to apply ono month after  tho dati ol tho first publication of this notice to the trovoruor-iii-Council for approv  al of the plans aud aita of a proposed boom  ing ground in (Jouiox Harbor in the District of Cumox, Vatcoui-er Island, British  Columbia.  AND NOTICE is also given thnt a plan  of the proposed works together with a description of the* site havo been deposited  in the ofl'ioo of the Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa, aod iu the oflice of the  District Registrar of Lands in tho City or  Victoria, Province of British Cammbin.-  Dated this ICth day of Mai oh, 1909.  ���������' KRASElt RIVER LUMBER CO.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the unbersigned and endorsed ''Tender  for electric light fixtures &c, for the  Post Oifice Building Cumberland, B.C."  will be received until 5.00 P. M.,on  Monday, August 9,1909, for the  work mentioned.  Tenders will not be considered  unles? made upon, and in accord-  once witb conditions contained in  forms furnished by Department.  Plans and specification to be seen  on application to Mr. Jas. Stewart,  Clerk oi Works, Cumberland, B C,  and at tbe Department of Public  Works, Ottawa.  Each lender must bo accompan *  ied by ah accepted cheque on a  chartered bank, made payable to  the order of tbe honorable tbe Min*  ieter of Public Worka, equal to ten  per cent (10 p. c.) of the amount  of tbe tender.  By order ***  NAPOLEON TESSIER,  Secretary.  .Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, July 13th, 1909  Lever Brothers. Toronto, will send you  free "a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet  soap, if you mention this paper.  gjigr Stock can be seen by calling on  Mrs Minnie  Higgius, oil the farm.  IHRlMl  READY FOR USEE* ANY QUANTITY  Fo* mi*!kitii SOAJ*. ooftoninn wttcr, re.  ���������MV-iniT eia.'.Mfai, aw������f,ctlnir *i������'ct,  eloMU and dtiiai and for ur������������n������- otbei*  purpow, Ac*j>������qn*Ji2A IU. *>-! Soda.  SM Evtrywhm.  E. W. CILLETT COH LTD.  **���������_________ Toroalo, Otit  unBao*uiULUH*iBMM_^tjaf-t9���������  June 2nd,1009  Foroshpre Lease,  Comox District.  TAKK NOTICK that "Vico iu  Lumber and'Manufaoturiii-a Com--  pony, Limiled*" intend *o apply  for permii-iion to lumo tho (olio winn  d*8cri\Kvd {orenhore land**:-  Ooininenclng r������t 8. W, corner  of lot (4) (Indiun Rororvfttlon);  thane* north and weetorly nlouji  tbe liiglt water mnrk to it point  whvre the boom croHno-* slough,  following ixioni across (0 hi*_')i wator  uiitrk; I bullae nloni' bmik flvi*  bund red [500]fce������ to moulli of tbe  Oourtnnny or I'������nttcdt*e Uiicr to i������  po������t mnrked [2]; tlioiico cou.li  cevonty [70] feet to low wis, I or innrli;  ihunce along low wntor nmrk to  boom ncrosM ulouj-b, follow boo,u  oiHt to low water mnrk; thonco  ibuth and eoHttrlv nloug low water  mark to pUcfl of comroi'iicooiorit,  tontnlninR ten [10] ticien inoieor  lett������,rllHtnnoftabout [I] mile,  [.Sieno-l] J. C. HOOKER,  Agent for Vlo oria Lumber anil  ManuUcturltig Company, Limited.  Iti-colvol Juno Mth, lOOn.  Goto ii?TMD!?!>T ������:M-T\   Mf  I    FOR  -SALE���������A   milch   cow,  newly calved. Apply to Alex  Ur-  I' quhart, Courtenay, 13, C. ���������  V1CTOPJA YAOIIT CLUB  Yachtsmen and launch owners  desirous of joining the club, may  obtain application forms from 6.  Lovellyi* Wood, Coniox.  N. B. Members visiting A. Y.  I'. Exposition .are exempt from  larboitr diies.  ,  Viotoria, B. C.  SEPTEMBER 20th to 25th.  -I*  '1 ,:, *;.;.- *>** '-., 1 " itor***',  h .*������*.������ I *n,hi, III*.'1 ���������������������������.'\'K,randa  d".H, w* i*h ������r** I ti," lino of  i .t-.i,,!(,i', it, J*,, .".������������������tic. tiy lit"  . 1 , *i-i.| l,1 er*** .���������' ;i '.nil, and  -.'.*.,!. ���������    -. , f th,-  ,',,. l(* I ,,l l���������* l/.l|,l . j  ,'���������',*, trabnf.r a> i > *r,y j,ii������*m,  .:.<-','  Mld _0*>4>" t *'*i lilltii")  ���������** .������������������*������������������    ������>y   an*, mitivo |ki**' ,  *' 1,4 *, \m> ���������itii.vn, H din-;  *,    nidi  1,    *,.*n.iT'ti wi l, t-i'-vtrii'i'**,  .,;*, *,r .ii,y k|i,<>' in '������ ol dtt-  ,    ,,ii I ���������ii'V-.'-r, vlirtt** -t t.*������v ���������<, ������mi ���������r uf-  1^ ��������� -ir-lo dimtiiftre*!.  (-1    ,.    i.,V.,   .������l.,U|n .nd'if.ir |tilr������  , ���������    , v;,i,*m, f������������r th������ |m.������, i U4uk-  i<,. a!, lUtcit), >*r H*y ������,l'.* ���������   jmwer,  - -I. |,,l .-.-IMt, or trt'Offf .!���������'������ tn������- *. *���������_���������������������������, MIHW  .,'.,,������. ,.n>m\or ������������������lOf*, iw-y '  ������������������  ���������* l*,������d*������,  ; .v.-tt.a, roiiJ**. *ttmt������, h i ������'   ������������'��������� t������r  ",������, ������f My ���������Ukt porp.i������M ��������� ���������  H**.l������'tmk  r,i,Umay������, rmvh med ���������'���������-.-ht   ������**ra,  ���������-****������ *m-tm*  ���������*   m*ia% IoaUi**   tH>>  fi Gorgeous Historical Firework  Q Display. The Bombardment of  Alexandria by the British  Fleet,  every  evening.  Nine Battleships in Action  ������^<lfc������,>w,__>������^w-_-_--w^*<������^**t*.-^^  ii hi ������������������  Two   Airship   Flights   Every   Day.  The   Wondeful Guideless   Pacer  "COLLEGE MAID.'  Wc Print Wedding  Invitations, , Visiting  Cards, Busimvssrnrds,  Letterhrads Hillhentls  etc. at the NEWS.  Five Days Horse Racing.  SKVKN   MORSE    SHOW   SESSIONS  i;\'i:ni>:c  .-.;::! jivkntvo  Reduced Railroad Zfares  From All Paris.  mw+'emmmmm&tt  -a.*-* e-Jt~m. .jE-s,*������i������*"j*i-������*i.-| nmrnM  Vot ll *r.hcr information, addvew  J. Ii.   i-i M A R T,  JJtcvetary and Maiia-gei,  1������. O. Drawer 76c. VICTORIA, H. O.    ������  A Better Flour  It'gooB further, I-oohu.-'O it is n  ���������oltt*r flour; ll mulciv Iwltor bn.ad  ,upi\u*>e 11 b mnde from en refill y  ii'luoled whuil by spo iul ninchiu-  ������ry, ons-uriiif- tin* very highos-i qutil  ity it is ���������jioBbihle tn mnko. A trial  of ROYAL STAN DA HI) FLOUR  will eonvinto you of Jib nioiiiH,  And remember���������in Pitch 49 lb  sack of flour you secure a uoupon  which ontltloB \ou lo 11 elmneo to  win 11 100 piece Dinner Sot W'atnh  i!i������ *mp'.<t' for tlio H'iuiiii/g iiUiubt'i'ii  tw.'h niomh,  ���������.Mitnitfitctured by ���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd.  VANCOUVER, 1J. C.  SEALED TENDERS addiesaed  to the undersigned and endorsed  'Tender for Post Office Fittings for  the Cumberland, B. C, Post Office  Building;" will be received until:  5.00 P. M., on Monday, August 9.  1909, for the work mentioned..  Tenders will not be considered  unless made upon, and in accordance with conditions contained in  forms furnished by the Department  ~Phvns-aiid���������-ijpeui-froti-Hon���������to���������be-  s*een on application to Mr. Jas,  Stewart, Clerk of Works, Cumbur-  lund, B. C, and dt the Department  of Public Works, Ottawa.  Each lender must-be accompanied by an accepted cheque on ������  cbariered bank, made payable to  tbo order of the Honourable , the  iM in if ter of Public "Works, equal to  ton par cent (10 p. 0.) of the  amount of Iho fonder.  By order, ; ���������  ' NAPOLEON TESSIER,  Secretary,  Department of Publio Works,  Oltftwn, July 13, 1909  Do you know the difference  between working and having  the work done for you ?  Sunlight Soep actually makes  the dirt drop out���������savek you  time una money���������but  Injures  norther hands nor  clothofl. That  Is Just tha  dlffcrance  be tweeo  Sunlight Soap  and ordinary  eoops.  Follow'  Direction*  **|^J^ *(*-'"Ml"!!*-! ���������p**!  Menu Ktriiwiuid linun huts, Hiilf  I'Hen, nt J* N, Mel.ci ill's  rORSAJ,rc -Two houses, bit*  uate In Jerusalem. Will be sold  cheap,   Enquire, P. P, Harrison  b'trrisler-ol-Iriw.  FOR SAI.lv-  ft*,11 !'   ������.'f>M,'*j n|,|  KtiiL'b', ('"ini'X,  lJuie Ihvd Joiwy  A jmly   tn ,lnlu,  V*. (\  Mens Hiiiiiiiiui* uiiilurw-yiif, Below  /Jo-stut J. N.  jMeUod's  Singer Sewiinj Machines for  ������nle on easy tenna al the NIJWS  OFFIUK.  00 YEARS'  6XPBIIICN0B  TRAOrt Maiiiio  r*f.n'CNB  OefvmoHTt &e.  Anronu ������������������niiiiiK n 'bCcli uml dc,orln,,,m ,nn������  ...'lMir M"orii,���������, nnr ������ii|ninn fr������,i������'f,������,linr hi,  ,i,���������������������lVill ,������ t,po,i*,! Iv ,1".    teretmefeeeeewmmmawaram^ai  hmmlea* ama.enm**>> ���������*%***  mm,mfmtfty.r *-**ooai fw^a. i,  ���������*m*eW**������M**i-* ^mtaWmCimmfmYA .'������X+X <  i  *)���������l**kir Mi-orii,,,, ���������������r nt'lnt'in fr������,i*i   ,l,���������������������lVlll ,������ t,p,),in: I*1 t)������U'r|lt|l,|n, Ciiiim.kiiiIph.  l|i(M*lllrlli[yn,i',i)hi,Iul. HitNllU-JOK <"* l'nli',*U  m',,1 fr*",. ,*lil*������������ lu'.iiicy fi,rn**,',i,liitfp'i,i>,,i������,  I'-ili'tiU M-i,\ tlir>-,;il, Miimii (I',*;, I'-JO.Jlrn  ,/,,r*il',"iilf*, ,?|,llfiu-,i*l*i,r:v, 1,11':*  ������ tiimiWomolrf ni,(*t*������tti| v������i'���������,>���������.   I >*i������u.i.i,f.  fUlKlllWt III -.-......     -  ,'#������ft fimr mtm*  ,|.<ii)*>iW_ liiur*>������l,  1 ���������������', ���������>*, U a  .... . t ..     Jitii,tf. nwlbraihtiw.'.-iiMiiin.  Wyffil.UVj.^^^r^'&wlorlt  llr������:,t|, fiffifi*. iii* 1*' !it.V.i,n,,l*t,*t in. ii,,:.  An Ad in the Nkws  pays.    Try it,  *meememmem������mremeveeem^  TAKE NOTICE that 1  intend  to npply to tlio Uorj'iI of Licon-uni**  t;oilllillbt>ll,|l'<l'ri Ut liioil* HUM, 111 Of I-  iu<^ hold 011 tiie Hot'onU WudliuH-  tky in Se{,teii/b������i' next for iiorini������*  sion to roMiovo my"tvliolewtle lb]tior  btifilnws from its pronont locution  on Lot W, liloek tf, DuiiHiiiuii' Av-  onno, City of Oimiborhuid, tn,  [iroiiiiHO-i to be oreeliid hy me 011  Lot 11, lu liloek 8, Dnnt-iiiuii' Av.  eniie, City of CttinborliiiiiJ,  Cm 1.1 AU-Nfurto,  FOR PALK- 100 nores of IhihI  fJ5 nei'������*H 8liu-lif.il, (5 norcH oleured,  fi'uino home IS x tffi x 10, mnnli  ofidiiii'd. For parliciiliifH npply at  thi** oflice or to K, C'ii'lt-vo, Cour-  ti'iuiy,  li. U, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Cambepland fiectis  mm\i4wea*mrm*emm*mekumtmTmmmeea*mvmmveem^  NOTIOE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removiug or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodu  belonging to tbe Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tbe land  of the said Company, will- be prosecuted to the full extent of the law,  F.  D. Little.  Superintendent  ���������Wellington Colliery Cb,y:  .' 0  LAND AGT, RUPERT DISTRICT.  TAKE NOTIOE   that  Nimpkish Luke  Lodging Company, Liinifed, intends  to  apply for permission to loose the following described for* shoro lnmls:���������Commencing at a p st phek-d South 45 degree*  15 minutes, E.wt 200 feot from tlic Poutb  But ccrncr of  Indian Reserve adjoioinR  tho North Boundary ot Sec ion 2,. Town  ship T, Rupert District, Vaucouv*.r Island,  thenee following bigh wattrmark South  69'20 EaBt, 999minutes:North87de-jtees  20 minutes Hint, -483.5 minutes:  So nth 74  degrees 40 minutea Ea*t,*15't ...n,ui'ute>:  North 21 degrse ,   15 minutes Ent, 700  minutes: NoitU 79 dog-eea Went,  1204.4  minutes:  South  44 .degrees 45,miuutes  West,  700 n.inn'os moro or Iis3 to the  pluca of begin-ii,.*?,  c**nt������iniJ*g   23 r.crijg  moieor less. Located March 27th, 19ti9.  NistPKi.sn Lake-LouaiKO Co,, Lm  Per A. H. STRACEY, Agent,  efVnncou vor, B.C.,'Logger.  Vancouver, April 15 h, 1909.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  10  Drink   U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWp Co., Nanaimo B. C.  fKeCopmiek Harvest Tools  UNION S, S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Naqain-o, Union, Coniox, by  the  steel Clyde built twin i?crt������w  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p w  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8 a ni  Returning:-���������  Leaves Comox, -Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uuioi Suuday5pm  Arrives Naiinimo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives iftmcouver Monday 7am  Stage kavcsTUnion for Cuinberlnn I *-v-  ery Sunday mcifnin;' on arrival of "COWICHAN;" and. leives OnmberJnnd Hotel  at 1 p in, conuectiug with atoufi.or at  Union.  BINDERS -  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  TWltfE  JOHN MctEODS  FOR FIRST.'JLASa  CANDY, FttUlTH,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  HIS WORMED WIFE  mT^99mmmmPMw**4$&?>*������  UGGIES ...  WAGONS '..���������  CAY'  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC.  Walworth-Rolston Co. m  1020 Westminster Ave., "    Vancouver, BV C."  J AND, ACT  RUPERT DISTRICT,  TAKE NOTICE that Nimplish Lalte"  Logging Curapany, Limited, iutende to  npply for permission f;*, lea-e the following desoribad foreshoro lands: Commenc- j .j*  ing at a post plnntod at tbo Nor*!* Westj *������  c rner of lot 341,. situated in Crown  Grant 20 Rupert District, Vauc 'liver Island, thonco iu a Southerly and Wmterly  direction along high wator mat k to a  point 100 fout Wist ~of the South West] *j*  o* rutr cf said Lot 341, thence in a straight | ..  Hue to tho poiut of coramonoemeut, and  containing 1*0.5 nores more or leas, Luoa-  Ud March 29th, 1909.  NiMrKi.su Lakh LocioiNo Co., Ltd,  Per A. II. STKACKY. Agent,  of Vancouver, R C, Loggor.  Vni'couvor, April 15th, 1909.  *^*^l*i-**H^*W**f'-:'-W**l**H^^*l'**"^*  I Cumberland Livery f  land Feed Stable...   I  NOTICE.  LOST or STRAYED-One  cow from Mrs. Harwood's ranch,  has grey neck and reddish legs  below the knees. Any information please leave at this oilice.  60 YKAR8'  EXPERIENCE  JOHN    BRYDEN  -    Proprietor  ���������**������*a'*I-������-***-*-*J*---,''*i*-*"*^^  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the -Union .flollievy  Company by any pen-on or persons���������-except tain crow���������iu strictly  -jrohir-Hed. Employees &ro sub-  iec toflismissal for allowing earn-  By order  FlIANCIS ������>.  LlTTIK  Ms*na'ei,  in season at  COMOX' LAND DISTRICT.  I Funeral Direo!  i-tor  and   Em-i  balmer  m   9999������99949&98<LHL'������Q9���������\_  ���������������������'     ��������� ������  H>uv Iiaisiitff     Re-(J*  newisi     ::   ponadatioiis  Carefully Atieutied to.  Cumberland, 15. C.  *������������������      ���������.'���������:������  oae������MM^s|t������^������Go������-^<e*e  -n oTieE-^ro-eRED tre -ks-  ������ ������  *> ���������  e* t  wood  and  I Hauled  Dunstnmr Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   H. C.  For Fall Planting  -*r  BTTLIJa  Imported  .US  FROM THE   ��������� EST  FllKNCIl    HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS.  HOMB   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruity English Holly   Grown in tlio only   pint of tho  *i*hH^^^hH^hM^W Amonciin continent  not iufwtod  Tradb Marks  Cretan;         Copvwioht* 4e.  AnTiwi ���������Binllnu ft il'������***i "i"1 jl-nwlpllon mat  nvSiitVin iirolmli rP*-ifl"'**L'ffi* ,pm������'innm,  ���������oi i tW Olilait tapoi,c���������/,������������.*������****>������"J��������� ������t,'l'**l**''i*'-r.������  I'nluiiU t������k��������������� tlirottBh M,,n,i,ftX'o. rue-lT*  wUmUci, nil inotolmrae, Intfio  fcia, 7inii.,, w������'',*'*.** ���������**, ��������������������������� ��������� *  Scientific American.  "INN SCOx?B-"���������*'*"*'-wew,|ork  CnaettOnD.7au V Bt, WHhlu.iw, li.TJ.  Subscribe for  The News  Wood's Phcophodino,  Thn Omit JSiipltth ,Hrm'itv.  TonoH mid hivliron������ui������,l.itu wl,���������n>  .nervmw m\am,  niijlio**   iiuw  ,aioadjno(d.yol!i*i.���������V;.'r*:*AV,''!:  dun  VrlmWmbnu&tmK Onowilll'luu-**.*.  Kin? of prloa. Nino lmtn^ll  Medicine Oo.  Toronto, Out.  ftW*������*"������**alo3d In old.voliiH.OjM'i** AW*,*  it DthUUtt, ^f^HUllmt^nr^n������}rJ>rrv,J)'|'^  Moo 11 por hi,**, nlxforlfc Ono i������1llltluu������i.c.>.  pUu^.Aa'if������  VttrJk*Xr7oj!  r  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Thn tfratit, tTti������rlri������ Tnnl������. h,i,1  only M���������a uiivuiiiial Mon,,iily  i Beiiul'vloron which womon oan  pt *ti*onot������--No. 1. Ill N** |  ?������r HpnoM.OMeiV ������ por pot-  MA by oil druOTW* or M'jl  .     .,,      iiropaUl on wocipt ot 9tm  /     %i,    true* i-nmnhlot. AMrorafm  WBVUfNWHlOO.JM1WT0.WT. </������rtrvr<V W**Uil  ,     Icr���������Y.ftfl*   for bbIo  fromiPriwi hiwl   stook Jjt'i.OO per  Hitting of 11,88,80 rortwo.*>  Tonloiico    f-i������x������Bi*��������� Kggi   50c.  ���������IU'1.1.  Mi'H, 11. C. Nison  Douiniui IhIuii'I.  with tho San Jew; wuiio. Onv  tiws do not hare to he fnuiigatod  and oonsoqneiitly dainagod, Full  lino of Giirdtin, Fluid and Flowor  Soovls In stook grown l>y the luwt  nnd most r������liiihfo hicltlitCoaat and  i'aroigii grower*?.  Forii'isors, Boo SuppUm, Sprr.y  FumpB, Bpraylny matorlal Cut Flow-  oro, Eto,  M.   J*    HENRY  Groo houaos,  Socrt Housut and Post  Oflloo Addr������.������,  3010 WESTMINBTEKEOAU,  Brauch Numcry, South Vancouver,  Vancouver,    -   B. C.  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvory convonlonre lor guoetn.  Tha Oontinl HoUl for Bpoi-tamin  Nonr- but llm I'ett of Wines and I.''qu������,r-.  ,il the Har.  RATBS  RBASUNABLB  John dohnatonrr   Prop  Take Notice thai- .Fraser River  Lnnijjoi* Co., Limited of Frasor  Mills, 1>, C, OccupaMon Sawmill  and Lumliei" Company, intends to  apply for porniiRsiofi to donee the  following descriliod land.���������  Comitiencing at a pofrt planted  al)out'7o0 feet" distanrnnd in a  ������������������otithoasterly'direction from the  ���������southeast corner of Lot 82, Coniox  District, tliouee 1500 foot South  40 degroos, 44: minutes Ernst,  theiloo COO feet North. 40 degrees  10 minutea ljast, thonco 1500 i'eet  North, <i0 degrees, 4-t minutes  West, thenee South 40 degroea 10  minutei-* West, to point of coin-  nieiicnioitt and containing 17.2 a-  ercB nioro or loss.  Dated 20th Fehniary   1000.  Fiusbk Ittvj-Jic LuiiBitR Co. Ltd.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notico that Frm-tor River  Lmiihor Co. Limited ol Frftsor  Mil In B. (.)., Oocuimtion 8iiwiiiilln  nml Luniher Company, intnnds lo  apply for permission to loimo tlm  following doserlhed  land:���������  Commencing at the northwest  corijoi' post of District Lot 100,  Coniox DiHtrict, thonco north 40  iliigriH'816 inliiritO'lEiwt, 1000 feet,  tlicni**** ������o������������*h 44 di-^mw 40 niin*  iit<*H East (3500 font, thonco -South  40 de-grew 16 mduitei Wost 180(1  foet moro or loss to high wator  unit'!', tinmen iiort?t������'('8torJy follow,  ing the mild high waier murk to  to the point of ooinmoncomont a  tlMiiiiwj of 0500 foot moro or h'������n,  wmtiihihitr 14(>nora������-moro or Ipi'h,  Dittod Mm Bth day nf Maroh MHKl.  Kii.vuku Riviiii I.r������iii*:������ Co. Lto.  Creditors of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Eng  and Hotel, Cumbeelaud, are noti  fied to forward their claims  against the estate to the under-,  signed on or before the ist day  of-June, duly verified with par  tictilats <*f any securities held by  them, and are hereby notified  that after-the said date, the under  signed will proceed" to distribiita  tbe estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall then hav?  been* brought to her notice.  Vancouver, April 29th 190c1.  Margaukt Taylor  Adminislratri:'  By her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Iiird,  619 Granville St, Vaucouverll.C.  What   CaoMd   Her to Think  Hubb*  Ought to Be Exumlned.  ������f\OOtOK," said Mrs. Spriggs-  11 w*artl������. "I wish you would co-ma,  ' and see my husband as soon o������  you can do bo conveniently. I've been  urging him to call on you at your office, but I Just can't get him started.  I'm awfully worried about htm."  "I will try to stop and -see him this  aftemooo.   Is he ln bed?"  "Oh, not No, he's not tu bed, and perhaps you had botter come in the evening or early in the morning, becansa  you won't and him at home tn the  afternoon,*'  "Very well I'll come tonight. What  seems to be the trouble? Has ba  caught a bud cold?"  "No; he hasn't any more of a cot*  than lt ta common for most people to  have at this time of the yew. I really don't know what is the matter with  bim. I think you ought to give him *  thorough examination/'  "I'm sorry to bear tbat his healt!*, *  not good. I thought when I saw *lm  a few days ago that he was looWng  KuarlEably well. When did you begin  to notice that he was not feeling.  Mgbtr  "Why, ae cbdrag that there is nothing the matter with blm, bat et txmne-  there must be."  , "Does he" appear to be bothered by  Indigestion V  "No. Ho has always been very fre������  from anything of that kind. Ton see^  be manages to get a good deal of outdoor exercise.*'  ������������������"That's good.   A  man  who  takes  plenty of outdoor exorcist* really ought  to have little use for a doctor.   Perhaps the trouble is with  his  eyes.  Docs  be complain  much  of  having*  headachesr  "No. He. never has them at all."  "Well, does be seem to bo ran down  physically T  "Not notlrwiblT ���������a**.**  "Is he ttBtiflnally nervous or Irritable?"  "Oh, no; not at n!L Really; do yod  know, I Bometlmes believe be can't  have, a nerve ln bis body. He is al-  ivars so placid. Nothing ever soemtt to  disturb him in the least"     -#  "A very ciu-lous case. Indeed. What  has caused yoa to thluk I ought to examine him?'  "Why, he bnsu't been in bed a day  or. taken .1 drop of jmedicJae for about:  fifteen years, and I can't get itjaut of  ���������my���������uWd"tb������t"bTnjugbrtcn-^^^^  before he gets down sick. It may be-  that an operation of some kind now*  would save him an awfully hard tim*������  later on.*'���������Chicago Record-Herald..  **  Descent of Man.  LAI-ID KEQ13TRY AOr.  In Iho motlei* of un a|>{illontinii for Unpli-  cntu Cortlfloateii of Title to lot l.XXV,  ivutiuu 74, and 8, W, fraoti")!*,. 1 and  B, K,   fiitotionnl  }.[  ot Hci-liun 2U  tow,it*hip 9, /loop 5G2 O) Oomox Ui������-  tfict*.  NOI'IUK Is hereby Rivoi ttmt it U m>  Intention nt* the oxixratiuii of oue inoutl*  from dile ,>( tho lint publiostiou hereof tu  I'fftio Diipllc*fc������ OertlfhinUs of Tide to a-  huvu luud*- iHHtietl  to Honry Ooolc Mo  Quillmi uu the 70i NoTemUr, 1693, 7th  April 1002,  nml Hill Ootohur  1'JOG,  ami  ii���������iii)jor-*(l ro������p ollvoly l"Wn, 7tlWo ami  inoiStt.  La,,d U������������iitry Ollie, ViulorU, B. t'���������  tb*o*J������rt1 ilfiyof Mardi, 1000.  S, Y, WOOTTON  Heglstrftr-tlanernl ofTit'oH.  Anything to Oblige,  Thoy wero a very young and obvl*  oosly brWc-and-lirldegrooni)t*li Uioking;  courile. On entorlng tbo little tea shop.  Id the upper 0.venue tlio maid Uictfnlly  led tbem to n prlvnto room whlcli  chanced to be vacaufc. Tea wa������ord*reil  and served. Aa the wnJtrosa was |<iiiv-  liif* the room the young mnn dlieybr*  er������l on Importimt fault in the seitlce.  "Oh, WBltrew," ho ���������aid, "rn������jr, w������  have a spooni herer  "Suro," snld Um, girl. "1 won't com*  buck for ten mlnutcji. and ypo can  hnvo the room all to ycarwilvcs."���������  Ntw Tort n-wrnld.  Q. H TARBELL  [HIGH GRADE STOVES!  Ami ill KITCHBN   UTBNBILS  Sportsmens Goods  ami .,  General Hardware |  Ttt* Ok-Mton.  Twis-f nwiight yon an Iti yon were*  Kotog to got noma j,oJnmi,,i*  Uwis-I wtu. but I couldn't (hid any  J liked.  ToHN-Wliat whii tbo matter?  Hom-1 couldn't get them oa ev������r  my buod.--Ck,velriDtJ Usder.  i*���������^iiw*������1*������������������*,*T**������  rAaraly Uoo������l.  Young Thomas. Hinictcd with r������ wrm  opple rmlu In hi* mldxt, thnn explainer  a(* I'imditlou to til* ruotben *'ii<*il><T,  I've got an awful bad pain right lo toe  mWdlo of my itonwcb, Imt tb������ rut of  me term onrr-UnrdneoWt Mattidne  ���������*>l*l -.IH���������Willi II.     ��������� III '���������***���������*��������� 'IM*******  ���������^fMtkrntr tMaWm,  Stud* (pmartng f������,r Junior men)**  No, 1 dou't want to Iciirn liny fan**y  dnncoH,   1 want som������*tljl*i** Btubln, I In**  lliff tWOtttpr),  hiHtrurtor - flow nt������owt tho bttra  All local items of a husincss ^  nntnrf will hi* cWgrd for nt tli**, _���������  standard rate of ioc. a line.  *fy*^*m*r*1ll-m^������l  A Pt-*m Hind'i Hmrl Bah*.  Mary tr**-t.i taa ������������������"������������������M'r.  I****'-*. *&*f������r������> rt**'** toaa,  Rw*ni*-*T mt n d������*'1,*,-������  Wlib a lii-lo on.  ���������*w������������*l  K. 0. Kmdo i-ipo lltth^ nn,  (ionuml repairing.  For Sale by J. N.  MoLEOB  Advortiw-r* will c-onfor ft Uror  hy ltr������������King in ���������li������,ir a<!f������. *iot 'nt,-:*  than Monday, iw* tlii^ will enn'tlu  tlio printer*, to iti*crt it h thr-  next itoiiuun lh������ fullowing Tw-.-  day.  Grand Sport al the  > 1  ^Bowttng'W  <Alle$  Duntmuir Ave.  r*..1: .* -. ���������*.������? ������* .'-'������.  wtwiy ua h������r "vvmr  TeuiU* tarentim4  How mr facu la MIUT  g*i������n I tell mr anrrar  In ttna pinreln' about  Tilt her ������vr*-*rt U(m <turv������r  And a -yaa" trapa otrtT  K������r������r*.   Fur ��������� Wwor  I'm t-wrim***!**! wnmg,  lUU*,***'. 1 ������l"-nl1 1>������*"I������*������  WMtptt-la' titU  ^  ��������� jr*-,**,  r ,'  *���������*, **  i  *������    I  Mary traatt tha **������***1*l*������r  With hvr halt a* arTK  (,*���������������,���������* nor n mm rami  in a attn of milk,  -n *)���������*������������������ il m? r������j������ vtrmtet* Sitss:  ..��������� ^....   .      ae.  ���������L.J,***-  EST  -*rr*  T������E JfJSTVS, OtJJfBEBLAMD, JffilTlSH COtUSIMA.  ���������IK-mI  is jndispcni.-.bie in the  camp, and for al|  impromptu mcal-v  Add a little BOVRIL  to your canned meats,  and soups and xinVi  the difference.  D Q V R IL  sandwiches are  nutritions, and  lootlncjna,  amacz&p-*xi������:  TAKE NOTICE that 80 days  after date wo  intend  to apply to  tho lion, the Chief Commissioner  of JLamis for a license to  prospect  ��������� foi' CQa! nnd petroleum on  in  and  under tlm 'lands-   situate   ou   theMiailffay���������<���������������������������*��������� on tl,e eighteenth day-  of August 1909, deposit in theLand-  Registry Oflice in tht. City ol Victoria in the  Province oi  British  P. Dalles aad  Mi������s K'. Ballicm  ���������y'-erp passengers by Tiierday'-B-byat.  Sheriff Drake arrived by Tuos-*  day's boat.  *    **.'        ._ .*  J. Thomson, Mies Iv_ Abr,am.s.  Miss Q. Abraius, MUk M. Abrams  Mi*b. A brains and Mi:s Hor nor  ������������������were passengers by Tuesday's, boat.  i fore-shore of fiuptjrt. District more  particularly deflet-ibod as  follows:  .���������Commencing at a poat planted  at tlio South \V't*st corner  of  s������**-  1 tion Tw^iity-foiiE (2-4) Township  two(2) in the said District; thence  South SixtY-l'ea\*; [OiJ chains mon*  or lens to tho liurth wet-t cornet* of  of Lot Twenty-five (25) Unpen  District; ihence east followiiio* the  siunoiMtie6 of the s-horel-ine at hijrh  c**  1 water, mark to a point eeventy-  f'oiir [74] chtiiii'i due east from the  Westerly' bo.uii.dary of the lands  hereby applied for; thfliice North  Seventy-six [7,6] clmine; thence  due west to- high-orator- mark- on  the shore' of said Section. Twen ty-  fotir- (24) and following the sinuosities of, {shore, line to, the point of  ~ee-  Mv. S.. Creech and Mr. and Mrs.  W. Merrifield arrived-b.^ Thu.s8-  day's boat.  ESQKJIMALT & .NANAIMO  RAILWAY  COMPANY.  Public   no.tice is   hereby   given  that   tho   E'saukealt & Nanaimo  Oolnmbia, plan profile and book.of  reference   showing tho location.,of  the proposed extension of its line  of   railway   from   tynion liay   to  Black Creek through   Nelson ami  Comox District*?, approv*-'d by the  ��������� Board of Rail-way  Commissioner,*  for Canada.  Dated this 30th day of Aug. 1909  W.'F, SALSBURY, ���������  Secretary.  TKNDBRS WANTED.  Tenders will bo received for the  ������rection of a two etory frame.build'  ;ing on the Presbytorian Church lot  Tenders to be. in by Sept, 8th, 1909  -a' C p. m.   Building to be comple  ���������ted by Oct., 20th, 1909. Bids will  commencement, containiua Five'be received for the building, wood*  hnndted (5,00) acres more or less,  work completed and painted out  ���������m-  At   Cost  ' Summer muslins, etc  at J.'N. MeLeod'������������������������*-  Mrs. J. Mattty.wii ajut the  Misses Matthews were, passengers  by Thursday's, pntgo.ijiij*; steamer.  Dated this,21st day of Aug. 1909  .Pacific Coast Coal Minks Ltd,  [Nod Pt-Ksonal 'Liability!  PiEc; CpLLiui'a,  Agent.  Mr. and; Mrs.. L, hi;*,mice, M-iss  |rene. IJLou.ugb and Mjiss, Ruth  Clinton were, passeuger.s by T lui.rs-  day's outgoing steam��������� r.  FOR SALE���������A Ihrhfc genera]  purpose, team ot. horsi'fU weight  2200 lbs.-Strong and: tryt-"pulling.  Price 5-240.00,. Apply ,\t this' office, or to T. Laujene***, Kyo, Bay,  Comox, B. C..  TAKE NGTIC������ that S.Q days  after date I int^id to apply to'the  I^on./rhe Chief Couimiy-ssionor of  Lauds for a Haerice. to prospect for  coal and petroleum,tin in and under  the lairds, situate on tho-foreshore  of finpert District more particularly described ae fellows:���������Commencing at a poajt plantod   at the  iJpjLt]i__Weat__,coi:nei* of���������Sjaoliou.  Twenty-four [24] Township (2j  in the said District; thence South  Sixty-four (64) chains moro or-less  to the North West corner of Lot  Twenty-five [35J Rupert District;  thence West following the sinuosities of tho shore i'i no at high  v/atei*mai*l< to ft point seventy-four  [74] chains diio west from the  easterly boundary of the lands  hereby applied for; rhence JSortb  Fifty-tught (58) chain," more Or  less to the high wator uiurl; on the  shore of Section, Twejity-tl*roe [,2^|  Township Two (2); thenee en������i  after a residence in, Mexico, of tw**>,j BOYenty.-i'onr -7i- chains more or  less to the point of" commencemout,  containing Foin* hundred and fifty'  -ioO- tipr.es more oy, less.  Dated,'*liis 21stday gl: Aug. 1000  H. 0, St Ukistekmak,  X'ljIUlV Coi^ins,  Agent,  First class Chinese cook $19*"'  ���������t?,nglily reliable, want* sanation-.  Apply N������.ws office or W^;ig Kong,  Chinatown.  Mr. John Houston, 1*<������* wm,e to  the ccuicliision that afu;r a.1,1 Cana*  da is not such   a bad  place,, and-  side*and also for labor only. Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. PknB and specifications  ���������on view at McKinnon's Purniture  Stor**. ���������      ���������������  ''   For Board of Managers,,  A.McKlNNON.,Sec'y,  NOTICE;  To all whom it may concern:���������  This is to announce the death of  Frank Holfiu.au, formerly of Seattle, Washington, who died on  the 12th day of August 1909 ;at  Douglas City, Alaska,  U. S. A.  Any further information may  bo had from Kohprt Leake, Douglas City, Alaska.   ������   NOTICE.  Take notice that at a meeting  ot tiie Sliareholders and  Directors of the Pilsener Brewing Cem-  -pany, Limited, held on July 10th  1908, John   C, C Schaoor,  was  removed from his office, of Div-  ector, Manager and Presideut bt  the said Company;   and  further  ��������� at the said meeting Johannes K.  Schaoor was rtemoved from   his  oflice as   Director and  Secretary  of the said Company.  Pusener Brewing Company  (Limited.)  Per P. Phtlutps Harrison,  Company's Counsel*.  4^^H^i'*l"t'H"^*^H^'HiH<  Singer  weeks and four, days-  Prince Rupert again.  1,1  back to  -,-Col/Jiu>t,  Wclh,,  of  next  The Hon,. W,  C,  Wol-iO!), in. likoly to I)*j  om\  Lieutenant tlovienip^,, i;v, i;n.m,o,u,r.  says'.  Bishoj),  McT)onid/l,    who  has  been, visiting   Coniox 1-^t woek,  ^       LAND ACT  FORM OF NOriCE.  i       Sayward Laud District,.  - District of Sayward.  Take* notice that   George Dana  ���������Mumford of New York City, TJ   S  .Av,-occupation~La.w.y.gr_and~Mine.  Operator, intends to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  ���������described lands.'.���������Comffiencing al  'u post planted at a spring   about  two and one half miUs distant in a  south easterly direction from tbe  head of   Granite Bay   and   about  .t-eventeen-bundred foot distant in a  southerly direction  from the south  iioro of. Lynn Lake, thence north  twenty chains [20] chains, thence  east forty [40] chain*-, ihonce south  twenty (20) chains, thonce   west  forty [40J chains to the point of  .commencement,, and    containing  [SO] iicroj more or less.  GEORGE DANA MUMFORD  Name of Applicant [in full]  Dated Aug., 2nd, 1909,  Chiidi'^n'H.shiies, 20  por   cent  K-itunuHl to Victoria or i-lm 20tlu. (|lVco,ult ftt J>. ��������������������������������� toW'a  POK SALE���������MusQi. ivnir Risnh  piano in, good* prder, co*.i "jS-400.00  will sell -fpr 1)1,250^00, ������;'.i**li, Apply-  \u.loM*ph, I'ot^t'-J:,, Tlii'ui, ii, c.  ��������������������������������������������� ������- ! .  FOR SALE--Ono <ii:*v-jr find  two working h,ows, Ajiply toM.  H. l-'it'i'cy, Sand wick,   ll. C..  VioKiria, Ai'Kv Sflr-'l'liut there)  will ho ''lit'iip tr.tnspoi'iiiii'ui I'ftt'fH  ���������,vi')'*i]l jailro-wl hnd, ftvinnshlp  ljiic*. of the northwuHt, ,!;.ii*ing tho  Vii'toriu c.*;pi<>i.tioit, whi,''!i, i-* to ho  held from tho 20lh to the 2oth of  St'pteiiiher, is iiHmj*rt'il,, Ni'jjotl-  titioin* l.avt* been, 1,11 j.*i* r'.re--s Cor  "���������-.nil*! weeks mid, from ��������� i.ujiically  f.oi'y <'*>mpiiiiy of iinp .iii'iice the  jiu-inUn thnt VtmcoMvei Inland's  ?.. ...   .,. *'������������ 1   .*- i,���������i *   ���������,.,. 1,���������.,*  i : -i-   ���������.      .    .,--.    -    1  ':).-    ..ih ui.  .'':.0;ih;\%i  lo   ihe *i'l,i1l*v, tin rt"������\  Noa;ici5  P-vory Monday nud Tuesday I  ������������������vili be in town, to dt-l:v';r.Fresh  Hutter mid al.l kM/p-I'Vegetable*-  and iiImo 20 tons of potutouH; will  sell choiip,,  C-1-j.iu \;kuk,  Sniulvwck.  Union Bay Notes.  '.'&'. S. Makura arrived on- Friday and sailed Monday m]pT['i*.iiig  after taking on-bunkers.  '. S. S. Quadra called here yesterday���������Sunday���������for bunkers on  her way south with Earl Grey  and party aboard',  ��������� S.S. Katawga is due; today-  Monday���������for bunkers.   ,!  Miss Cledia Drew entertained  a, number of  her   friends   last*  /���������"H ���������  sewing  1 Machines  For Sale  * ���������ON���������  * ��������� "   '  *  I Easy Terms |  [I     ���������at the-      ;:  i: News Office. I  -* . ."���������.."*���������;  ���������W*,W*y%,*j**^I,*I**IMj**f^,r,I,,4W^,,M",fr  FORSALE���������Jersy cow, in calf  also one mare good for saddle or.  buggy���������Apply News offico-or-.to  M. Perez, Courtunay.  No.tpndy js it a nice mild;  smoke, but the "Grand Duke'*  Cigar l*,������s all those ueoessary  quaUties which give so much,  satisfaction to. the smoker.  Mr. T. Bickle andMiss Bickle  left by Saturday's boat for Seattlev  AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE  at all hours, with a careful driver.   E. C. Emde, Cumberland.  NOTICE.���������Kb ads will be*  changed after Monday noon of each,  week.  FOR SALE���������Boarding house  and furniture, a snap, at present  occupied by A. Gatz. Apply to  A. Gatz, or at t-his.'-^ffico.  mvammimm ****.**���������*. **>���������*������ e  FOR SALE; Man or Woman���������.'  My,Sou-th African Veteran Bounty-  Laiid? Certificate issued- by tho*:  Department ot Interior, Ottawa",:  good for 8/J0 acres of. any Domin-,  ion land open, for entry in Alberta,,  Saskatchawan, or Manitoba. Any-  person, ovor tho ago of 18 yoarsfc  man or woman-, can acquire this-  land with, this Cettififeate. For  immii'diat-e sale $800.00. Write on-  wire, L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter/  Street, Toronto, (Ontario.  Mount Hovel) L. O. L, No. 1070.  11 e*ivo a concert noxt mouth.  *D  Date and,particulars, later,  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAJ&OR  i  LADiES^TATL������R.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS' -CIlflDB TO   ORt>EH AfiD  Ifi RKV STYLE YOD CUlSg.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40*  CUM BERL ANDi.  B'. e.  ��������� ��������� WM "������ ������   '  in ami iii,.-j.  TKNDKH8 WANTKD  ���������*p-i������  Tondui's will hi, I'licoivcd by tht  undersigned, up to Monday, Aug,  28nI, W M ftp, in. for the dig-  ging of u fewer along Scenml St.  from ulloyway in reiir uf Afotho,  di.*������l fliuioli, to a pott on Socoud  St. criiii-jctiii,^ w.i,lli old wiwor, op-  Tuesday evening, in honor of  her cousin, Miss Manning, of  Seattle. A pleasant evening be  ing spent in games of au artistic*  feature, for which beautiful bouquets of flowers were given as  prizes. . Mr. and Mrs. Thos.  Hudson* proved to be the best-  artists,, aud were rewarded for  their ability as such. Miss  Manning left on Wednesday  nioruiiig for her home.  Mr. Fred Browu lias become  the owner of a yacht, and is  busily engaged in studying the  local charts,, so as to keep clear  of the rocks etc.  S. S. Cowichau sailed from  the new Government wharf ou  Sunday last, m-uch, to, the disap-  pcii*itnieiit of a* few whj? had  .their baggage at the City dock.  However, transportation was  certainly done on short notice  Mrs. C. M. F&x: returned  ���������home on Saturday evening* aSlqr.  fi*i extended visit to Victoria.  Miss, I-Iaggart, of Cumberland,  was the guest* oC Miss Ray on  Thursday last,  Mr, John Mny and Harvey  McDonald.were visitors here ou  Sunday,  Mrs. Piket, of Cumberland,  was the guest of her daughter,  Mrs, Thos, Hudson, on Sunday  Inst.,  Mr. aim Mrs. C. McMillan, of  | Courtenay, were  the  guests of!  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J������������*>'*> ������������������������*������������������������ 4>4>  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Cumberland. B.c,,:,  Cavital. $4,600,000 Assets,   ti53,000,000  Kkservk, ������5,300,000 ,       Duj-o-ni,, $58,000.000  *4>4>4>4>4>4><***4>*4>4>*e,*>4>4,e*  ������**  ���������">  ���������  * Money Oi*dersw*=-'  Issued in Dollars, Pouiids Sterling,   Francs, Marks, Rubles   hires, Kronen, etc.   Payable All  Over   the    World.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwai'ds;  S. A. MORLEY.   M*--*-"***.  t  t  4>  *  ^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^<>,������ ���������������������������������*���������������������������*>������������������>���������>���������������������������*>*>���������*���������������>������������������������������������*>;  WfTM-uw^tbw**'**'*****'^! *it,-v*** ^mm****^Mmr*vmmtvzt*9,  American  "OLIVER"  Visible  Typewriters  Wo harohnen fortuncto cnoneli to so-  ourn tlio cx������ltiHi*-o ttj-inoy for tho OUvor  .VuiltloTipiwritor, tho lumtoa', stronfj*  out, nud moat m'Hlurn of nil l!m* Root)  lyyuwrliorH ou tho iimikut ut tho -jruaoiit  Tho Oliver dhiihi!������ims tlm Im-fllolunfly jMrs* T. h. Ray on Sunday last  fiho cjiorntor, by eliminating nil tlio     G. W. Clinton, of Cumberland  .wmkn mm thnt oautw f*flt *nd worry ov*.. paj(\ a flyi���������g visit here Oil Wed-  o; * ilium mhiua.   A IUW������ "il nnd |)!enly|*     .     .  "f worols,, mnk*H it hnwy, bountwe it iu -l*-',a"y J'"sli  FURNITURE  ������������������ A N D ���������   HOUSE FURNISHINGS  ��������� Refore buying .your Blankets call aud inspect our new  lines just opeued out.   A   full stock, of Furnituie;, Mailable  I Reds, Cranitcwate, Toilet Sets, etc. ctc<.   NOW SHOWING.  The Rifjht Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVKNUK  A. McKmnon  CUMBERLAND  ��������� ���������mm, m+������  n,,mmm*mm  III ling ItH minnlon.  Hovritt your opportnnitv tosooure *  'tyi,������v������-ilU������r of tho /Irst water, ������������d <,n o������y  prmi if jrm wiab it no. ���������, ,   ,      , .  .  Wt, huvo ^vomUwo-xt-iwiua nuflbiiitfH! "iff crowded and a good tunc was  The local qrehestra gave one  uf their semi-iuonthly dances ou  Saturday evening, the hall   he*.  i,,i,ij.*eiii!,i.i'* iii'H-,' |,������)'  .. * iiiiiiT- j, , .     .  . V      .   ������-.,   ., , .   Ivwci-'t or any tender now mice-*  ta uni at ������*} tlu* llifiitha,,''*. r.vpeel-l ���������'  .jMiMto II. C. Wi������Hi>n'f������. hj-iiso. J'hiiiH for Mim ���������f othtr nak.H. uheap. Write un. (enjoyed by all.    It is the hi ton-  THOS. PLIMLEY,  CENTRAL OirOLK DEPOT.  1110 Gov't, St , Oj,poii;o Ot)enccr'B  vi Ouru io Ui������ Plonoor Bioycin Btoro. jcnugh*. conversing will be fiucd  jinny t������o hoimi at tho fiirnituro storn.  i For tolli'i* pnrtii'.ularu npply t<>  iiiinvor Mcl')oiiiild or h\ HoiwoimI.  ���������urily acctpled.  "Xt.HllllOU   *A,il   ll(>    |,||������������    |,i,,,(     SUC-  y-rllil uVur coil'lni:!*?.! in Ini** purl  ���������yt vtii-.tri-ij Cioiml-i.  I. *i.i .'juathwiiiii, Ui'*l, Com-  .���������/ s.-/n.n-i ut Lu,don������, L,^., will  y* i** VictoiiK diiiii,*i -���������>.,,-'ifiioii  T.,Tjlr, in *.vhi*'h c*.":,:. an >.',',, ;\ will  A,. McKinmin,  City Clot k.  V   UIM If ty HtuUf*' llltit f      . H-A ill  \ !������������������ et'iriil-'iiy of foniiiillj    '|.������.'ii!iir  '..-���������ll'W.  tion to hold for the first hour at  the next, a Quaker Dunce,  ���������'inum'tf  tlm   word,"    anyone  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  fSJMCt99mr99VUQM9tf#9     ������9������������0������������MIK9e������eMMt������t(|f,  CUMBERUHD TAILOR  vioxokia,     n. 0  If you ������et it at I'limkys, it's nil  right,  .VOTICE--Kurm f.n -*,d",willi|j  V..'.bc-ut   ."*t'>tk    nu*   * ,'j'i,--'  I  ui-m*.    Fo-r paitk-ul-'*.-    r-r*) ���������*'; |  The Pilsener Brewing   Co.  ������������������:, wiJl he prejmrcd to supply :������������������-  Crystal Ice   -ou. <ir about July ist, tyo*)���������--  OUDKRS MAY I.Uv Sli.'.'T 11V MAIL, OR AT TUJ*  on-lCH.    RHl'HH'.l-M \TiVHS SUri'l.IEIt  ORDERS PqOCTJPTby ������TTBNOf30   TO.  tfn rents, the. Diooc'ds foin,' to  wards a prize.    "Quietest lady"  to ho decided by the judge*.  The local nine were defeated  here yesterday, Sunday���������-byCuddy's bunch of star.i, after a very  exciting game, -Score being a  to o. iSiue ii.niii^*,, bwoii't*. [H*in>^  made on errors. Battery, Dtosky  iind l'Vedcrivki*; for visilors  Thomas and Dunne; !*in|ii.r**,  (���������tving ������aii-*/acfioii io lx>ib learns.  8  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and  Geiitleineu'ii Suits Made to Order  from Uo lo #35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed  IF    VOU    WANT    GOODj  PRINTING   GO    TO    TUU:  9*y^4}9W98t*4i94������4H9eH99     90ey4^999e94e94H*jW4t9  4>t+e++^4.4r4e-e *+<>+++*+<> ���������^������������������������������������������������������������4^%    *.-***++*  Wliilo in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  TVih-r*. in FrreJ*. nnd Snlt MmfMrtnd Vnnn Hroditce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  % R. Webster, Man-fger.


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