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 *>  4  \  A Journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of Comox District*  Thr Nkws. Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, JULY 6, tycg  Subscription $2.00 a Ykar.  I  WSi ������__3_B3BS'*  AT THE  ���������  mkm\mmmmmrmfflmmm*mmEmm  ������������������>--. * ��������� ���������     ' '  Just received direct from  New York an Up-to-Date line  of  Ladies * and cMisses  Cloth Dress Skirts  IN PANAMAS, VOILES, CHE- \  VIOTS; TWEEDS,  LUSTRES,  SERGES, VENETIANS, ETA  MINES, ETC.  See our store windows for .style aud price. E  *     |3r   -    ALL REQUISITES FOR CAMPING.  ORDERS FOR THE BEACHES HAVE OUR SPECIAL  ���������.���������ATTENTION.- :  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd  DUNSMUIR AVENUE ,      CUMBERLAND  W^^A^m^A^^eS^ c^js3ise^������t^s^e^  (Hall  apet*  as-  rived  Some Pretty Shades of Itsgrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine,'-Varnish, Stains  and Baplac, which makes old furniture like new.  and for 1909  isniffl  ETC.  Tiie Magnet  Cassia Store,  -.Takes'-First;  Plaoe. v.;..'  T. E, BATE'  mej^-yjien wi  ���������_������,--we< eeMn-e tmbi- - ir- ��������� .      ������������������������ ���������...������������������-���������.���������,rrT  rwwj������BmBBMMim*^ mtmxrxi-  if  u  L  Ou and after July ist, FIVE  PER CENT CASH Discount  will lie given to all our customers who pay their bills in full at  pay-day. On all ensh purchases on delivery TKN PER CENT  will be allowed.  The above discount^ will be  given on all goods e.vcept sugar,  flour, feed and can vegetable**.  All groceries will be sold at  regular prices, and we will maintain our reputation for quality  and LOWEST TRICES on all  other Hues we carry.  None of our customers can expect to take advantage of the tt*  hove liberal discounts while  their overdue accounts stand on  our books,  A full mid complete stock of  Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and  Shoes ele, will be carried to en*  cble ns to supply hotels, boarding houses, lumbermen etc nt  shortest possible notice.  Dunsmuir Ave        Cumberland  ������.<"������if.- i f "������*  mwm  r  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  ���������CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Correspondence, '  Editor Cumberland News: Dear  Si������:- The citizens oi Cumberland  Hould with advantage to ll.cir heal  intorosiH, both municipal ami busi  noB.', do well to copy Nannimo and  elect a Citizens' Looguo, It has*  been well ;aid "thoy nre heat helped  who help tbeinselvos," and then-  are many ram tor? that would Is  materially improved if such a league  wore in existence. For instance, it  would keep mutters from drifiini,'  into a few willing but offen very  mc.ipulilo hands, oi which in nl!  liomoiuni;ier enn hu found certain  te-f-coiivinced heaven-born leaden-;,  who piinh themselves to tho front  on every occieion, ond will continue  tndopo until the pulilic protect  tlieir own interest hy haiidinp the  inti'lllgci c��������� of the city into a \\^.i*  lunce committee.  Armm-yt other mattera Uuy  would mako thulr voice heard aa io  s.mHiiry condition*-*, and provoi I  their money bring woreo tbun  wiulod in tic future, a*, Dr. Knfiiih  told in I hu other night had hem  done in fue jw-Jt. They could nVo  determii e that when hard oaii'id  proflis wo o giV.111 for presentation*-:,  the money should ho fftont with our  o.-tti merchants, who o,,n supply to  chop ply and as g.*od us anyone,  and ivh,������ ii/k Hnlr cupit.,1 iu the  eticliiuvur lo do ho.  If we prefer to f-ui'port Vnnnnii-  1 vol or Willi,iprp! rutin r than Cum-  borhmd* in "jifiuling tlm nioiuiy mo  earn here, wo i.ro simply traitor* lo  iho growth and succoDfl of our own  city.  IruitniK nirp-i wille inkrii  io  form a ci is*������n.-' i������a^ii������*.  Yours truly,  CITIZEN.  ejit Bervicisand the prompt manner they paid over the money to us.  Ou behalf of'the Committee.  J. SHAW, Chairman.  Cumberland, U. C, Juno 14,1909.  ��������� ��������� ���������  J. Brown, Ksqr,,  Secretary, 24th May Sports.  Dear Sir:���������Herewith the, Fii.once  Committee beg to .roturn the collect  ing books and accounts to you.  To their aMoniebmoiit they found  iho accounts had been passed und  yuu had ipsuod' vouchers for payment of pome.  They nko learned that tho Trcua-  urnr imd received oome fifty odd  dollars whioh he failed io piss  through tho publicly appointed Finance Committee, nor did ho mako  any returns lo them -f tbe entrance  i-tii received.  Under these very umunnil nnd  ,li^coiirlcou������ proco'lingc, the Com-  milieu saw iliul it w.is impowiblo  for ihcin to make out a true and re*  liable statement of the expenditure  uf ihe publ.o fund-) so generously  supplied fur thn oouniion.  JJelieve rut; eir to romaln on Iv-  half of tho Fif.iiner Committee.  JOrfKPU SHAW,  Chairman.  trxoenxaaq'  Hot Weather f  Clothes  Summer is just about here with its  unbearably hot daj*?, Be comfortable this year, wear light weigh!  clothej designed for just such extreme weather. We havo the clothes  CopIey,Noyes&Randairs  Two and Three Piece Summer Suits are  made in the lightest kind oi Horne-'-punH  and Tweeds. Just to wear thera will  give a man a cool appearance���������and he'll be just as cool aa he  looks.   Prices run from $11.50 per pint. Yours for good clothes  J. N. HcLEOD,  THE CORNER STORE  Dunsmuir Avouue,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ::>s  Wedding Gifts fl S^^S/j  Prices as Low as $l.oo and up to $350  ^-- _=STERLING-SILVERs-SItVER=PlsATED������������������  GOODS,   AND    RICH    CUT     GLASS  STODDART  The Jemelei?  fat the Royal Ban!(     Cumberland, B. C.  Alex Cameron, .1. Comb, V, I),  Utile, MiisWnll and T.  Hickle  ���������.vei'i'.pciwciiyei'eiby K.i'iiii'.lay'h outgoing stfanioi'. #  ���������������**-.* Jj. IOmmmtA%mV*mi,4UlM-U-t4-lCllma :i&m*imWe**aVm\\  OBITUAYR.  t&jwtsmM  Jesfiio, wife of Mr, H. McClns  ky, of Coniox, and daughter of  Mr, and Mrs, George Ale Donald,  died on Friday Jant at tin* homo of  her parents.,The late Mrs, Mc-  Clupky had been ill for several  months. The funeral took place  on Sunday hut and was largely at  tended, Tho roinaiiih wore laid nt  rest in the prosbyterian cometary,  Sandwick, Ror. Mr. Men/.ies oiliei'  ating. The Nflws exfoiuls sympathy to the bereaved family.  amm*AWVtWkXSmm  CAUD OF THANKS,  Wn lake I hia  opportunity  of  cxprei-suig our   sincere ihaiiks to  all our fiifi'dii and  nequnitjtiinei'H  who iujuiermi H-tsintane,* aiid ������ym.  patliy in ow li.to boronveuii'iit and  for soiuling wreaths nn 1 flowofB.  11. MiCi.uhkv,  Ma, * Mus, (J. Mi'Don.vm)  ami I'amii.v.  Wo are jjlei^cl to t-oo that the  govei'iiiiient have installed n tclc-  graph ollice in the now govern,  nii'iit hiiilding, uii'lcr tin, manure  ment of ill*, Marry WillinniH who  will bo ihe pennmicii! telegraph  operator, thii* will ho quilH a coi.-  veniouci* to iho public.  ���������  Quito a largo number took advantage of tho froo train to Union"'  Day, on July 1st to witneso -J;j  ba-se ball and other sportR at, timt  placo. The Union Bay people did  ihe honors of the day in grand  style, and treated their "gu<-*.i-������  courteonily. The first on th*������ pro-,  gi'iim was the sports which tor'"  placo in tho afternoon; a /.",> *i  many of the Cumberland visitor-*  carrying off pruies. Next camo ���������!'*���������'  Imiie ball mutch, the fimt gun j !*���������-  ing playod between Comio/isy  touui and Union Bay, the hitler  team coining out victorious. Tlio  next game was between Union liny  nnd Cumberland; the Cnmhorla/i.l  boys carrying oil the honor*-*-  Ah well as tho excursion to i'..,������  wJi.irf ilieiii wore other parties wbu  took oil vantage of the thy���������tor ,'r.  wat; an ideal ono���������-by going to  ���������lifTt'i'onl points. Several auto parlies going as f���������r na Complied Itivcr  Tho day's celebration was bruii-iit;  lu a close by a dance in Cumber-  IiuhI Hull, Union Hay also giving  a dance.  Now Went minster defrntc,) Vuu  confer, nt lacroaae, at Vancouv,t,  on Doiuiuion l/ay, by a semi, of 3  to 7.  Agents for Union Hrewinff Company's RHHK nn*l  PUKTBK,      Wliolcsalc thakxa in all KimU of  Wines and Lienors, C  SECOND    STREET        i  Editor, Cunibcrljnd .Vsw*.  Sir:���������As there doe> not teem ta Im*  any intftnii'm u\ t'-\ll u pulilic m *l-  ing to wli.d op the 2-ith May *\ oris.  a private utali nvmt������1 ncyouiH-* ������| *  IMiHrirf-f in your lost b"*ue, pnaiw-  | ally tiHioul iKing 8'nii'nl,    Wi i  , )���������>*.������ kit*\\y id jnni'W o *!��������������������� j.!i*>i,i;-|  liy a|.|X'l,iird Kii,fi,r<'  Comniittwj  iituert lli������ folii������'.������i.i-2, ittcr,     Thnl  j thanks ������������������! inhtcti'txr* era ttmially I  due ������o the eoilev-iors fur iheir dliu'  CAMPBELL BRO!  Grocers and  dry  goods  Merchants  CUMBERLAND. B. C.  CROCKERY and |  GLASSWARE!  Wo havo just opeicd up a lar**e range of TLAIN and  FANCY CJ10CKKKY, CIIJNAU'AUK snd (if.AHriU'AKK  wliirii we iiii|Mirteit from Kprupo    Havinjr thn jolil#r's pnflt|  w4*r.:i'- i* \. 'i.i-i. t������ stll TV.T.NTY-riVi: VTM CT.NT  hKHA (bin UMial.  I  Come in and Have a Look at our Store  aud Kate the Prices,  r  r  I  CAMPBELL BROS.  rjr^ATkrusiruem*^ VA^i*' ,.'i: I THK  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  B1UTISH   COLUMBIA.  Tiie flufflfota Hm  i-^sied Every   T tsdiy by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Thin paper will n.it hold itself  rwipousiblo for the opinions of oth-  ������������r#, as may appear in iis columns  tj-jni time to time.  TUESDAY,    JULY   6, ' WOU,  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK tlut uu applio-tiun  willbe aiado to the Loki 1-t vu Afsombly  of tbo Pi-oviuoo ot Br,t.ol: Columbia at  its next .Smsion for nu Ad iti&orporatinK  Tho Cuuipboll Hirer Kw,r Company,  Lio-ited with all tlio powers jj ve to pow-  or tTMupiiiiioa under th- "Water Aot,  1909," aud f.r tho purpose it coufnrmiug  to tha Campbell Hiver Power company,  Limited, a Company ineo,pointed under  the'*Oinp.n:eaAet, 1807"'n the 17th  day of *Apri', 1909, all tbe rights, powore  and privileges contained in '.he Company's Memorandum of ^ .is* ciu'.ion,whioh  are eel but in issue cftheHrilikhColuiiibis  Gazette of 22nd day of Api, 0J at p-*ges  15G7 and I5C8, and also t;ll w-ror li-  cenoes nnd privileges he,������-l furo or hereafter lcc*tod or a; plied fur or ohtiiined,  end in particular, but n������t so as io limit  the gtuerrdiiy of the for going, for the  following purposes:���������  (a) ThOjCiuatruction i������r ��������� peration of  ���������works or the supply or ut -/t'tou of water under the "Water Act, 19i,9."  (b) To apply for and bi'i'airi under the  provision^ of tha. '"Water Aot. 1909,"  or to pnrnliitsa or^othor1viH������ uoquiro, water reo-rda or wator lice-ca..  (c) T-i oupply water for J*.mpstip pur-  pocoh ae defined by tho"\Y tr-rAot, 1909"  topers.us. companies, iu���������.*.)��������� porattd ������nd  uninoi.rporated municip-lil'e..  (d) To ra_������ufaoture at,   a><<p,y goatp  -eonsuaiew,.aad.������o!iBUclup.iir4.o8e,to_build.  m-tfu -a>u cud operate all un -odsary build*  ing-,, mauhiuery aad plaat.       *  (������) Tw construct, equip, operate and  maintain telegraph and WI.phone systems and lines.  (f) Tu c.nntruot, oper-t-* siud inain-  t-iin, ap.d improve houses, f ivtoried, waro-  lumsc, eh-ipa, wharves, b,ii Ji.g������, ereo-  tions, works and tonvoi.io oos of all  kinds.  (g) To construct, operate nnd maintain c-lootrio worke, pow*r v.-rkB, genera-  ing plant nod suoh other u nvouiotce*  as nwy be noceusory for e uiu-rathig bloo-  trinity. ..-���������������.  (I,) L'roduoiug power iu *ny manner  and ot any kind,  (i) Oaumati-g oleetri ily for light,  bent, po-AOr, tho oporaii. u uf motor**,  eiif-iutig und ina**hiiiery of all kinds, propelling tramways, driving, Luuling, lift-  in-j, crimhing, muultlng, drill, g, milling,  or for any otber purpose for which it can  bo lined, either alone or in councctiou  with auy othor power,  (j) Transmitting oleotrio -y or tuy  t-rra of dovolopod pow.t iui tha tho  ���������auio may be udid by any municipality,  company, oor*jorHtion or pu'H n.  (Jj) Fur rendering waUr iti.d water-  power uvailable forus", ������p,.le*iloa nnd  din tribal! m by artotiug dnu.r,, iniraa.itig  tho head ijf writer iu uny exi-t nx bitty ������f  w������ter, or������x'i0ndlng thn-irj������ i.c*i*o;*f, di-  vonlng tlic waters of nuy *.tt-.-j.ni, pond,  ir lako, info nny other elisicn'l or uluin-  tol,', lo*,iiig i.t creeling nny line of Hume,  pipe, or wire, eonslructiiirf nny r������o������wny,  rOHrvoir, uquiiduct, weir, w i.i, buildiiitf,  nr o.her eroutinu ur work -bi..h may lie  itquitwl l������ Ouniio-ition i.i li tS*> 'iiiprovt"  me..t and uho ,:f lliu Haiti ������ul.t-* iul Mater  pn*t,, oi l,y alUiiiig, r-i.u,,i ���������/. xtui.l.  InB, trnprovin-ft ropiilrl**!* ,n n: ifitnitiitii*  ui.v* any *>u���������li w, rin, u auy p-irl lliprtof.  (i,) t'o i [nt'^Hing mr I--. urilug the  pan o ,'nr nil piii|Mi,������*',  (I) Tl ������i,,', ������: ,):iiiu, U> in if. flt'iitg,  lil'tiiit.iii ii,:' iniu r,.;,*,,,inj' i'n.liio line*,  M'c.iniuiuii..,, ������'outgo L'tUT .r., vlnotrin  oablim. iiii.i' n, wiioh, pipui.,, v.i.chi'H con-  hfetlii,,n, bfaiir-l.oa, oltulrl*,' ,t,'*tirH, tlynii  t'Wi, ongli.fH,!!'t������liiocH <*r utliM* npti'irntui  OMlflvi>������!������, oiitw, dramB, **������! i*.o������,u,wm,  pl|vo , \iAo*, l,uilii*iu-������ iiml ��������� I, i'i' ..iictiouH  urn! wirk*, ai.il ������*rn<!'iisB ������n i 11 ol������g auj  ile tli.- Hu-', c������bln, inhu, v,ir,������ or other  ���������uli'oiri-j it)pwiiliti ib.Vi. or U'l.iw grouud.  (.n) IWtrtuting, uiiiiiH.iiiii'ig aud i*p-  (���������ra'.iuir aiiixle ur ������l������wb-p irwi, ���������r at-rml  or i������*l,^r lrniuw������yp, mUI, t,i������- ,*������c������i. i,ty  (I ill.  ,������(������!.*,Mil     (llllllill  M (("���������     III' |I!|<HII|JH  of iiun ,i,irii!in.',H iind a'l ki, ,!;��������� <A vxhiol a  ������iip-li|i> nt h'i i*.i iiii*i,I ui'oii nr  ui ,;..in.in3  such highways, roads and streets.  (q) To ertct poles, pest*, pUl.r������, lamps  globes, and any other apparatus in or upon iiighways, roads, streets or bridge.,  or against any wsllereoted on the wm* or  adjuioins tlnr<ta  (qq) The ub*s of water or water-powor  fur liydriiulic in in ing parpoafs and for  uuliiug, mnnntacturing, industrial and  mcotianioal puri/oaea, other than the rou-  eiatiou of electricity.  (r) To dig tronches and drrtus and  therein to l-*y onbUa, lines and wins, nud  to put eleotrii) cable*, liuts, wires, awit-  ohM, and o-uneoting board* from any oa-  blew, lin.a and wires iu, under, aloug, or  acri*B������ nil roads, iiighways, streite nud  bridges, and from lime U time cut, alter,  rnuove, replace, r������*pair and rtUy all or  U'jy sttoh enblo*-, lines, wire*, switches  and QoniiectUgboarda, or other appaiatns.  (a) To acquire by purchase or other-  wieo, the right t> uso nnd enj iy -elrctric  or any other power already developed by  others at any point or points.  (t) To construct, ond-tain, alter, repair and renew devices for meaauring  light, heat an.l power.  (u) To sell or lot for use, HgLt, heat,  power, and any aud all devices and appar  atua use,( for mean-nog the a .me, or o-h-  orwise u-ed in eonneo'iou with the company's business and works.  (v) To fix rates and charges for the  use of light, heat and power, and the  carriage of goods and passengers,  (w) To require all persons supplied  ���������with elect,ic light to place and uso only  mic-h lamps aud appliances as are appr������v-  ������d by Ihe Omnvany.  (ww) To *>elt, assign and tracEt r tu  any , ther CDu.pany lawfully empowered  lu that behalf it liceuse or liceuces, uu-  dtrlaking and works.  Dated at Viotoria, B. C��������� April 26'.b,  1909.  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the applicants  Bay Your goods  at THE BIG  STORE and  PARTICIPATE IN OUR  Grand New Premium Scheme.  The following articles Given Away  't>MDE IN. CANADA  Sterling Quality���������Tea Spoons,  Dessert Spoons, Tablespoons, Forks,  Knives, Butter Knives, Sugar Shells,  etc.       On exhibit in our show windows.     Call and get card with particulars, only limited number to be issued  Simon Lteisei* & Co. Litd  CUMBERLAND, 13. C.  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Grand Sport at the  ersistent Advertising  roduces  rofit in every kind of business,  The   columns of the News are always open for' more  Advertise--  , ments.    Try a good big ad.  In Job Printing we print anything from a  BIG   POSTER  Danamuir Ave,  ������������������������*���������+������������������������������������������������������-> ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ~~~ SIBERIAN HARDTACK. ^  Many Uset of a Bread Much Favorad  In Cold Countriet.  Ot all the hard tack breads of the  universe I have found by actual experience the small-ringed , bread ot  Siberia the most substantial. When  tho Russian engineering parties were  constructing the Siberian railroad  this white ring bread (witli the coarse  ryo bread) was tlieir main staff of life.  It is made without salt or yeast aad  is first steamed, then lightly baked to  expell the moisture. Somo curious  uses were made of these breads by the  engineers. When soaked in hot pure  tallow for a few moments till they  sank they were used in soups or soaked in and eaten with tea during the  severe winter months. This tallow  bread was considered the most heat  producing article in the dietary. It  should bo utilized by our Arctic explorers. t  Another curious use to which it is  put is as an extempore candle or col-  fee pot boiler. A nail is used to make  about eight holes in the tallow ring  bread. Wax vestas are placed in  these and ignited. It will burn slowly for about an hour, emitting a  strong heat, sufficient to warm and  light a small tent and boil the tea  or coffee water. Thero is a rather  strong odor of toasting brend0 but  that is tolerated in preference to  smoke. While sojourning with the  engineers in Siberia I have also seen  them using the larger sizes of ringed  bread as makeshift quoita for Sunday  afternoon sport in their tonts, and  the bread would stand the knocking  about pretty well aud would event;  ually appear in., the soup at the evening meal.  Small Siberian storekeepers also use  the ringed bread as an abacus or  primitive counting npparatus for calculating small sums in rubles and kopecks and simple figuring. Three  strings are suspended above the counter. Ten breads are strung on each.  The top line represents the rubles,  their money transactions rarely going  above ten, and the two lower strings  stands for the kopecks. - Of course the  strings of bread can be increased to  mount into the thousands and up U  desired.  After Waterloo.  ^���������3!hlfl_inpriung. (four days after the  great battle) T went "to vrsi'trtterltel'd-  of Waterloo, * * ��������� but on arrival  there the sight waa too horrible to  behold. I felt sick in tho stomach  and was obliged to return. Tho multitude of carcasses, the heaps of  wounded men with mangled limbs,  unable to move and perishing from  not having their' wounda dressed of  from hunger,  as the  allies  were, ol  ; course, obliged to take their surgednd  and wagqna with them, formed a  spectacle I shall not forget. ��������� ��������� *  At Hougomont. where there is an  orchard,  every  tree  is  pierced with  I bullets. Tho b'-irns arc oil burned  down, nnd in the courtyard it to eaM  they hnve been obliged to burn txp*  wnrd of n thouaatwl carcaswcR, ao  n-wful holocntfit to the war demon.-*  From "Rcminiscciicea of European  Travel, 1816-mc," ty , Major W. P.  Prj������������,  Strll'1-^5 a Mutch.  "Tt's a womnn," h,,W ^ocxi, tho  detective, IxMfcxUy. "Wo'to on the  trull.*"  "It looks Uho n mim'to me," the  roportor murmured.  "But didn't you notico how she  struck that match."' ivvVI kocoq, "She  struck it away from her���������a sure sign  of her sex, Men always atrikomatches  toward them,"  Alk<r the nrrtwt ol tho suspect-���������a  woman, sure onouRh���������Leooq amplified  his nwtoh fetotnriK'iit, "Tt is tobacco  thnt cauHC.i this dlfforonco botwwn  the soxefl in match striking," ho said,  "All of ua unconsciously strike  mntohou toward what wo nro going  PICTURE PUZZLES,   f;  SBATED one day at a tabla,  I waa bavins forty fits  ���������s ray fingera hovered nenroadH  Over those jls sawed bit*,  I know not what I waa hunt-lac  To ftnlsh a soldier's (aoa,  But 1 struck otto queer shaped tram  meat ' '  That fitted tbat Queer shaped apao**)  Xt linked all thoso silly features  Into ono boIM man.  And aa I bad flnistwd his shoulder  I becan to see tbe plan.  tt helped with the background alaa,  A sort of rulde It made,  But I moved same otber pieces,        -  And somehow It got mislaid.       ,;/.  I Bought, but I sought lt vainly, ���������"}'  That oae small -piece so queer <n-\  Tbat out of a hundred others I'.  Fitted that soldier's ear. ���������������  I couldn't go on without IL \  ,  I fretted and fumed and fussed;  Then somebody Joggled my elbow.  And 1 gave up In disgust j  It may be that somo time or otber  I will try that thing again,  But not till I'm in an asylum,  And I doubt lf I do lt then! I  -Carolyn Wells In New York. Iif* j  to a  FOlLND-YollowiHlt brown fo  innlfiilo-r, kind of <J<������or!ioinifl, well  iniiiii'ii, If not i*lniiiicil within ton  ���������Iujh, will lie shot, Apply, lloi'mm  Hniiili, hi*., Blinik Crock.  *tnM+mvi*mmi-mmmmmn*mmmmammmmm*mmmrmm,  JiiuoSml, IHO!),  Foreshore Lease.  Comox District.  TAKE NOTIOK that "Vic.io-in  Iiiiiiilur niul MiUiiifiictmit'K Company, Limited" int.ml ���������<������ npply  for pf-ruii-vioii to UiiffiliofollowiniJi  di'Kcrilmil fuio'-liore hmN:-  (Intnmonr'liK?   nt   N.  \V    cnrior  'of!'*' (���������!)    (Tndinn   Tt*������j*"*vn,intiV.  VmiTitiG  Cakd.  The News.  Ua  a  BSJ  i'wy wiih'a'lnmiTny' iip'n"   1 luV'ttcrZ-1'l,*',lC*V',������'ll' '",   wwteriy   ithuy\  llmjtir ii A ma ii nu; .. *i.l������, \uj  tliiiot-,, if ,l������(,i,.  .���������'li'-li vr. i  1- !��������� Ir ��������� .���������,������������ >*.    '    ...;   ,   ,.  yow,ri' -Tjriiy.iind i'uti.- *.i, ,i i������in im.l  rnpa r \<-1 -a o-d**irwil  ti.. ii no! tbo  tramwNy iiUn*l**l to b<* l.*,iir  (n)   To t������!i������, tr������, Hf,r n-i i-,r y pnNBsn  iteri, mo* ihai.tl ���������>,���������* Ulnl ������..*..h A, .\A, 'mui,  *ke  li m*",!  .*;M-.u.|,i! tin* '".igU   w^tcr   mark i������, a   point  ,ti,'l,u��������� o' wli,-i'i' ll.������   lioiiiu   cron-i-t-)   I'll,ugh,!       '> " ' fu'liiwint* l��������� out ficro'" to lii'jli ������,i'i������r!  mark; tlienco alnni; luthk fiv*)  liiiiulwl (500] fcui to troiith of tho  C'oiirlt-iiny or I'untimli'f Ki*.������-r to u  p*ii niiiikci [!}; tlioiic** pon.li  .���������*.* 11,��������� , [",i']'' ''"i '������������������'< ion >*"*.'*'r in. ti;;  lu'.'   V*������ po  ;��������� .������..?,V Vt'.l   Ol, i'-l    ���������;*< ���������   <>���������    . 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(������l ���������  H'.,l  Hlf,:     jli  '  ���������  W������r<������ i-^rfli fti, fi������r l������- v< t. -������(..,'������  wivUui .'"cU'jity, ,*r ���������������*������������������ "f'������* f"*������-r  lif t \eyh-inent Uj'-affrtph I*** ������-/**���������, U|,t������.  oluoj.uoioaiot i������bov.i ���������(���������*������ ' <��������� i* '.hxiIh,  Mg������*wa������������, tn* !i ������1rr������t������ bi ������*. an-4 f>r  Ivsn .*any ������U,*>r jairp ������������������������ t* jwu,: . ,i  uMii^w). ������*., i ���������������*-.. *������-or������,  9t U\ Mi   rUhl, nt   U ,.oi  lulua   if.)  ���������,,-'  *,���������������������������'.:.'.   .    , ���������������������������'    >..'  , 'i ,.���������).������������������ i>, w v. , ;.'������������������  ���������  !. "'���������  '������������������,    (������������������   ci- <>:'   ��������� !���������'���������.. ' * i ,?!���������;,;.--it,  i",,������������������������i,'.,,-,. ;.    [H'J   .ifii'i* m tt-oi  IrM, iiii-iii-cfahou*. fi] mil -.  Injjim'IJ J. ������;. hook-;u,  A.,.iii f**r V'in .jri.i I,*iinl-t. ���������������-*j������J  Wooilrttnck, Out, It is cluui* from  tint iicconnt givuu thut big jjftiiin  in plentiful in tlio Yukon niul prw.  v'nlu. fino sport for thoso who oun  ii (Tor, I ti mo and iiioncy to triivcl Ro  fur. Mr. UoyfinuUI (Jourluy pro--  diet* ������ Onod K���������il fnv Huron nnd n  coi������i������iH)iiont roliol" to tlio big gmne  of th* North from lnilinn raids.  Ciuuidiiii) and Amai'iciui upoi'tBinun  Hhould nolo tuni govern themselves  Rocouliiigly. Tlio  Uiisot   Hound  for Sport in ftn articlo whinh will  in U,r,'*-t h\\ d**^ Iovcim,   Tluw*. lire  1 ��������� * ���������  'nil!* -of n !���������')"'1ipt in whiel,  I   . ,, . ;���������  i.i'i     ..; il . .. ..���������'       .''..��������� ' r  1 ,���������,.   ,,   ^ , A'.A-i't-' :."i)   lniiitiii'*  Icpi'jii  luniif,  ���������   ���������   '   .   '  '*. f    re  ii*������'i,,iii'*iir,   wliile  '    ,������������������1,.       :-���������������������������   ;���������,,-<   ',-,-'--   ���������*,...     ! Hl.i,li*r,',l,l   k'i.iiI iiitiiur* HH|������|������lv VII-  ! ... ��������� *;. <'i nii'l I'l.iil'lrt ,*pnrl-iiiii*,,i to pick  ���������    ������������������HigOmiih t-hi-i'tiiir/ in iI.k Yn-t "p tho ii������iigii/.int* nt any time, con-  'l:*i|i    'I'l'i-vtoi-';''   hy  flie   ,���������������,.,���������! ti.Ieiit of fiil,lili(Jt   iiuie.li   tiuit   will  ! tpoi'UtnnUi   Mr,   U,   ti,   ������i,v.n,.i  npfti* tlio eX(','{itt'���������ial|y fit'.*   ,ln[\  PIANO TUNING & UlCTAlltS  W. J. Cloiird, Kxporl Tuner,  will V>e holt) on bin nu*'l_r trip  ou or about Oot., 1st, 1^1 IS)  -KXTiU mv-  liy roqiteu ol a nuiuia;. oi  nir  |,,i  Iron-,, lm will mnlion ppcoinl  ttiphcioon   jiboiil July l-t,  1SKH)  JI snyono lelln you lie i������ i.ol  v.u.U.j,-i; !!,*:'. Id" '*'"-V  li not ilrat-cliiss  DON'T DKLIBVK IT.  Tlio Nkws byrxpeiioiin* hiplily  r,'''oinm* ii'li, liiM  A Little Bird.  "What are yon making, Charley?"  "A trap for that sneaky little bird  that's always telling you things about  me."���������Browning's Magazine.  to light,   Woman always Ia goinR to  "IkIH a lamp or firo���������    ' '  off than the match���������no she ntrikes her  lleht a lamp or flro���������tlu������t Is, farther  on than the match���������so she strikes hor  match away from hor, But man is  always going to light a pipe or elptur-  otto���������that is, nearer��������� so he strikes  his match towurd him,"  .������W������w������..       ��������� i.  Ourlous Prayers,  Of curious pruyora a writer sap:  "I hnvo lioiinl a liiyuwui utter this  Ktltlon during his prayer: 'O Lord.  thou with us in our uimittliiKH and  our downrlslnns' ��������� a vurtrait ot Uio  Uixt in the Paul inn, 'Thou k no west  Deciding th* Ownerahip.  Two boeom friends were at odd-  over the ownership ot an umbrella*  "I tell yon It's mine," persisted tbe  Qrtet man.  AAnd 1 say that umbrella's intDe*,.-*  nescrt-d tbe othe*.  Oi.ou'ro wrtrng, I've boU tt for 6tx  months   at   least.    SCO  the   Initials  'L.sr-  "Xre, hot tti-yTe not yonr tattla"**."  "Ho- Tnei'ro the tnltkte ot the nuta  I   be-, .-owed   tt   frotB."-LlpplQcott*  l_ngo_ln_, ^   He-WMB-etd.  The sad scenes on tho Repnbtto were  not wbcCTy wttturat hiunorouu iocK  denta tA baWbendod gentlemon was  nocosted by a woman whoso lintr was  stronmlnis down ber back and who  naked him excitedly tt ho'bad a comb  about htm. Describing tbo incident, be  says;  rtI tooted at ber very sadly. Then I  took off my bnt"���������Boston Hcnild,  Her Imprewlon.  "Yon seemed to bo very ttioughtful  tbo dinner party lost night," Bald  "Yef,N abo replied,"! ma, I couldn't  help thinking ns 1 sat there listening  to you that yoa must havo hnd some  reason, tot toileting nobody else nt tbe  table could possibly havo anything te  say tbnt would be worth telling."-*  ftin Francisco examiner. ,  my downsltting mid mint) uprising.'  A minister occasionally introduced a  I.utin Hontcnoo into hm -pruyur   and  forthwith proooedud to truiulatn it,  Another minlstor in Ills oarly days  experienced consWiTttblo diflloulty  with thu long prayer boforu Uiu not*  mon. In nonooulormist churohus this  usually occupies a qunrtor of an hour,  but long bofaro UiIh period hml been  reached ho was wound up. On ono  ocousion, whllo in ihlrt dllnmnia, ho  startle<l his henrnrs with the words,  'And now. 0 Lord, I will relate unto  then a little auoodote I' "���������London  Standard,  Mr,   U,   li.    (,i,.v1.,,,j*i'������v,-the.it nil the yt-iil* ton lid vveil  ,/ I'm* tori'oia ijicrenu'd  -nimuwlift'  I  .MarmUciui i,g Oi-|.n:>jr, Un,i������w).,n���������,���������|wr of Koil and tluu in *'*ua- j"������ tiie *������������������������������������������������������* wratln^r  when tho  Ri^ivrl Jim* 14.h, um. !da, published  hy W. J.  Ttyh.r, j���������������>'��������� u <*"������% h UiVV Wi,)';*  "onAa u,  ohi  ut the onnroh ..door, hud recently a  Anthsm TltlM.  A cirtuii) hmriburBii ur������i������iu*ii, who  *' hi:,  BinuW  twrvlee 11 nU  tiy  vory pructicHl illustration ot tlio rmks  that may attend the Hhortening of un-  thmn UtW Tho Into Dr, E, J. Hopkins of tha Oity Tomnlo wroto an  tinlhom. "I Will Ww<h My Hand. In  Iiinooency."  The organist in his hrmto no doubt  set this down as "I Will Wash-Hop.  kins," nnd was surprised when next  day some wag sent hitn u enko of  soup "to help wiwb Hopkins l"���������G\a*>  gow News.  Mahogany.  Mahorrany wtiod was flrtl tmpnrted  by KukIuii'I in 1724. iiitli-aii**h in If,1)7  Sir Walter Unlelpli clirnonstratcd the  great value of thin wood, which was  us-nd in repairing his ships at Trini  dad. From 1794 until the discovery oi  Iho mahogany forests of Africa by  f-Jtanlry England and continental  fcuiu*,^ v.ctv heavy purctia.cra of  mahogany from the West Indies.  Houdiuos end Mexico. A sroot part  of the mahogany used in this coujv-  try in aarly yeara eame frees JBatoea,  it having first reaehed there frnm the  WMtJndjw,, Mexico and i^oad-tii,  ���������*,me*mm-a*-    aw p���������    ��������� ������������������"- '*mmaam*' ^. *m**w-mw���������m . ^^  H������ Knew by Bxperlenee,  A Utile boy who hnd jost tbls season  joined Bundny sehool was nskod by  his utotbor how lie lilted it  "Why," cxclnlmcd Obnrllo disgusted'  ly, "tliey _on't know much, The  teacher naked what wan the colleo*,  ond I was tlio only one who knew,"  "And what did yon say, dear?"  "Why, I told thorn pretty quick thai  R wns ft pain to the stomach."*  Light en the 8ub]eet,  "Whofa the mutter, old uiunT  "The matter, George, is tbnt my gni  bills ure growing bigger nnd bigger  every roontli.**  "No wonder, Jobnuyi yonr wlfo has  to sit up so late ot night waiting for  you to como bomo.H~Ohlcago Tribune,  Rial Sport  ������������������Aro you fond of shootlngr  "i jum duUi on U."  "Whn-i nort do yon prefi������Tr  "Whftt sortr  ���������Tfee; what sort of shootlngr  "Oh, shooting the chute-,"  U  1,-wi*  'At  Clever Qlrl.  Oo-Cd��������� Why   doutt   Mabel   iu__������t   OU  wearing  short   stoevoi   when   lon|  ���������leeres are again io stylo?  Freeh Btude-Mnybe alio la afraid ot  being arrested for currying concealed  arms.-Wisconsin Sphinx.  tbe  The Geek's Oeeltletv  Tbo cook picked np aa egg.  tookpd et It donblfully.  "H'i imflr'she said.  Kbo dropped It. I  "It's worse r she hastily addee><  i.teteland llain Dealer. <  earnim, mmm,i*mmmmmMm^amA*mmmma ' \  Kind at rfA  ���������Jfr. Cbafnman,1* hefan the man  wbo is HMceMtorued to pnbllc apeak*  lug, "t-^r-I-er-I-ei*'-  nvsll," tnUrrupted tbe ebalrmae  tAaatf, "teen 9 tam&M~WMhb������  MP.MOeiav    .....,-. ....-._**������ai THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  "-.-������' ~>A  , *j    ..*a.~   -.���������*.,-.  "*X-*-..  S CURB fOK SKIN INJURS & PfSEAJ^"  A purely herbal balm }*jist  thlnj for the tatider skins of  children, yot powerful enough  to heal an adult's ohronlo wrej; |  highly antlseptb; ������kses poln  and smarting soon as applied -  that; Is Zam-Buk.   Remomfcor  It Is purely herba(���������no mine/al  poisons, no animal fats. Power  and purity oomblnod I  AUermtaiata aaa aterea mail ai Mc m bam. \  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  tiin ber or wood, of any descriptiodn  onlonging to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from oi* off the land  of the said Oompauy, will lm prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  F.   D. Little.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  LAND ACT, RUPERT DISTRICT.  TAKE NOTICE that Nimpkkh Lake  Logging Company, Limited, intends to  apply fur perniution to lease the following d'Bcrib-d for* slmre lands:���������Commencing -til p st phuted S-uth 45 degree-.  15 miuut'-B, Eaat 200 feetfiom >he Pou*h  Ei_t corner of Indian Re*erro adjoiuiu*  tho North Boundary of Seo-ioa 2, Town  ship 1, Rupert District, Vancouv-r Islam!,  thenco fallowing high wat- r mark South  G9-20 East, f-99 jnini.tis: Nurtli 87 rlog-e.s  20 Hii,,ute8 Eiist, 433.5 iiiinute*-: South 74  dvgries 40 nn mi ten East, 15:J ninute,:  Noith 21 degree , 15 minutes Est, 700  in naies: North 79 dog or* West, 1294.4  miuutes: South 44 degrees 45 lnii.utes  West, 7^0 ninutes mora or Its* to* tho  1 lace of leginuiug, ccutamug 23 ;*orce  moeor lo������������. Loesited March 27th, 1S09.  Nimi-kish Lakh Lociging Co., Ltd.  Per A. H. 8TRACEY, Agent,  ���������______^tJ������a*jjM-ux������I,Jidi  Vanoouver, April J5 h, 1909.  lAN'D, ACT  RUPERT DISTRICT,  The drink oi strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  Vehicles, Implements,  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  *^t^^vaw*ma>*mjm^mm--fm m i-aa i*et-*'a I aa i ���������  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ������������������i"i*",i"i-**i<*i-j-i-^--i���������i--^  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  Walworth-R-Qlstoh Co. Lt*-V  H. So R0L5T0N, Managing Director.  Vancouver, B. C.  -See-B-o-C-.-E.i������de,-fl-g.ent,_C.umb.eiilan.d,^._^  ^W4~^.H������^~l~H*-l**H''%^t**l**l**i"*������*  TAKE NOTIOE that   Nimpldsh Lnko  Logging Ci-iupaiiy,   Lim ted,  intends to  apply fur permission to leu e tlio following it-tioi;,btid foreidi.tre luuds:   Oommane-  ing uti������ pout  pUntcd at tho Ndrh Wes*.   "j'  c mor of  lot 8U, eitiutod   in  I'r.iwn   '**  Grant 20 Rupert District, Vancuvorla-j  land, theuoe iii a Southerly and Westerly !  direction   along high water mark lo  n  |-Cumberland livery,  land Feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  p.hit lOOfett W.st  of iho South Wost, T _  o rmnf said Lot 341, deuee in a strHiglit  lino to  thr. point of comniOueeuient,  nud  c ���������nt.iiiiing 10.5 noros moro or leas.   Loc������-  trd Maroh 2������tb, 1009.  Nimwisii Laick Looms,, Co., Ltd,  IVr A. H. bTHACEY. Agent,  of Vancouver, 1). C, Lugger.  Vn,.ooiM������er, April Jfltli, lfK>i>.  m*emm%%mm%m**em%mm*mmmTammn^^  LOST or STRAYKO���������One  cow from Mrs. HnrwoocVs ranch,  has grey neck and reddish legs  below tiie knees, Any information please leave at this office.  60 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  '. *   , '     l"  -'  ATENTS  Trsob Marks  Draton-a  Gopvriqhts Ae.  SAnyon* urtnct In* r, nl-otPt, and rtmorlntton m������y  ���������fliilflr a������ooriiii,i onr mitti'im frot ftli-ulitrail  iiroiitlnn in iiruhMlily. P*WJ������M,n,i J'omwunliw-  loin m rloljy cootl-loill'iil. IIANDBCOK on )-,i, onti  IDjtt friifl, Olilni't Biionoy lurtmi'iltniB iiulooia.  Pal-mia t-tkoii tlirowil) Mum, A Oi,. ruoulTi  M'tiiril iyiHki, wii Ihiii*. filmr-io, ln tba  scientific fltMericaii.  hnnd-iomnlr lllnfilrriloil wdnklr,  1,-irn-sit elf-  I'm* J {our niomiia.fU Sola Uy all ii������wmiitnlorn.  Co 3BiBroidwsy,NfiW fork  oo, (hi V Bt��������� WMliluition, 11.0.  Subscribe for  The News  Wood's PhosykodiM-.  "'������������ QmU Mif/W* LIltmtit\i,  .. J'tiiios andInvJgw'auw.Miu v*. li������J������  ������t norvmin vy-loui, nnutoa iwv,  "ilioiKlIn oldyiiliw.OttrMAVer  *, Afrntnliiml Urn in worry, J)u  FIRST : CIvASS  RIGS :OF : AL!/  KINDS  .....  wood  and Coal  DunsiiHur Avenue J^  CUMBHRlvAND,   11. C.    fy  >|i^|i.|i.|i,|.,|.^^.f������l*^j.i|.^..|M|������f<.*(i.|..fi������'fi  NOIIOE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way curs of the Union Holliery  Company by any person or per  ���������50H8���������except tain crew���������ic strictly  prohibited. Kmployecs nre sub-  Vc to oishiiesul for allowing sam-  13 y order  FilANClS D. Littjk  Mana^et.  ������,������-) DfbUilif,  Uttteermn, nnd Kffenta of A Imaa or Aremn  i'ntip<lih������rU,**MW^i'jirAX i-r������ nlllpli','Jii\i.<  ���������wllJmiv-J, flol.1 l,v alljlruiwl-la. or nmlh-1 J������j  plain pkjr. on rouuliit ot vmm..Krte mm*kid  hniltll:/rtfi. Tha Woiid Mod^tn* Oo.  WWK's Cotton Root Compouad.  The jrtbot Ut������jlno Tonle, aiid  only Mire otn-ctual Monthly  Uoimhtoi'on wuloh wouien en.i  depoiiil, Boldla two*? a*Hrfliw  of Vtiwrtli-No. t. tt | ho, ft  iodoi-roii**tronser|Bii| Np, Hi  for ki.pcli'J.ofuwM, u iwr bos,  Bold liy all drunuu, or N*v,t  , ^, propnM on roceTpt*. of prioe.  _/ .. N> _ li*oc'uiimplilot, Ad-JroHSi fW  Tokiii 1)neks��������� V.jio-n foi* snlo  frmn IVI������������ lireil stock $2.00 por  sitting of 11, aa.u'ltV two.  ToilloilHO      (-JOOIJO��������� Kotftn     Bdc.  ClU'll.  Mm. II. C. Nixon  ,   Doiuium Island.  i  I  ai  P.  ft  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English HoIFy   J.ITLBS PHOM TIIE HKST  FHKNCll HOLLAND AND  JAI'ANKSK GROWERS FOR  FALL PLANTING.  Grown in tho only pint of tho  Aim'i'iciiii continent not infested  with tho Snii Joho sonlo, Onr  trt*t������8 do not have to ho fumigated  and consequently dnimigod, Full  lino of Gnnhfii, Finld nnd Flower  Seeds in stock grown hy tho host  nnd most I'olialilo I'lieitkCoii-t and  foroign growiti'fl.  rortidzeri, Bee Supplies, Spray  j Fiimpti, Spraying material Cut Flowers, Etc,  M.   J,    HENRY  Oreenhousos,  Seed IIcubi'o and Post  Oft!oo Address,  3010 WE8TMINSTJER ROAD,  Branch Nursoiy, South Vaneouvor,  Vancouver,    - B^C.  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  De Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  in season at  -AND-  D. HUNDEN'S  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Nnnaimo, Union, Coniox, hy  the  Bteel Clyde built twin ecrpw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing ae under���������  Leaves V������acouver, Saturday 8 p in  Arrives Ntnaimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday 6 a in  Arrivee Comoi,   Sunday Sam  Keiurning:���������  Leaves Cora^x, Sunday 4pm  Leaves Ufli������_ SuudHy 5 ( ai  Arrive* Ntnr.imo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives Vanoouver Monday 7am  Stngr-. Ienve8 Union for Cuuilterland ev-  ory Sunday nu������,i,ia_wi arrival of "COWICHAN;" nnd luiivos OriiOoiImid Hotel  A I pin, coiiiit-ctiui: with ateatnar at  Union.  99&SW&999y*Zt>9P99#99  Funeral Director  and   Em-:  ��������� i  balmer     |  Hou -ae Raiding: Ke-S  newlim t: Foundations*  Carefully A (tended ��������� to.  Onntborhuid,  R. C.  Take Notice that. Fraser River  Lumber Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, H. C, Occupation -Sawmill  and Luinliei' Coinpany, intends to  apply for permission .to lease the  following described land,���������  Commencing'lit a post planted  about 750 feet distant and in a  southeasterly direction from the  southeast corner of Lot 82, Comox  District, thenco 1500 feet South  Ul degrees, Al iuiuutes IJnst,  thence 500 feet North. 40 degrees  10 minutes East, thonco 1500 foot  North, 40 degrees, 44 minutos  Wnst, thonco South 40 degrees 10  minute* West, to point of com-  inenciiioiit and containing 17.2 a-  ci'os more or less,   .  Dated 20th February   1909.  FltASKlt JllVKH LUMBUK Co. Ltd.  COMOX  LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notico that, Fraser River  1.111111101' Oo, Limited ot Fraser  Mills II. ()., Occupation Snwiiiills  and Luiubi'i* Company, intends to  apply for permission to leiiso thn  following described   hind: ���������  Commencing at tho northwest  corner post of District Lot, Kill,  Comox Dinti'ict, thonce north  40  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Kutter and sill kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  Chiu Ykuk,  Saudwick.  NOTICK  TO CREDITORS  Creditors of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Eng  laud Hotel, Ciuubcclsuul, areuoti  fied to forward tlieir claims  against the estate to the undersigned on or belore the ist day  of June, duly verified with par  ticulars of any securities held by  them, and are hereby notified  that after the said date, the under  signed will proceed to distvibuta  the estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall then have  been brought to her notice.  Vancouver, April 29th 1909.  Maugakkt Taylor  Administratrix  Hy her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Bird,  619 GranvilleSt, Vancouverl).,!.  LAND AKOISTHY AOL  In tlio mutter of an _|i(,li,sati<iti for Oupll  ,llt'., CUlttoatm, 0' TltliJ to 14 l.X.VV,  tti'utioii It, nnd .H, IV, fr,eli*'iutl i ami  H, V, (rmitliH.i'l ).) of swlloi,'.���������������,  Inwnfdi'p II, (map tio'l U\ Comox I'la-  t,iot.  MUST HAVE A TROUSSEAU.  An  Eiigliah  Maiden Who   Lost  Her  " Batrvthed  by  Waiting.  A tew years ago in Engl&ud I had  a little maid, aged twenty-nine yeius,  wbo had been enguged to be married  tuouy years. "Are you engaged?" I  aaked ber when she came to seek tlio  situatiou 1 had advortised, ior if she  was rtbortJy to leave me to be married I decided that I would prefer  ani unengaged maid.  "Yes, madam," she answered rc-  8jx.-cUi.i_l)'. "I havo been engaged  ei^ht yeara." Somehow I uever leel  alraid ot any ouVcomo but, a weuri-  aeaa to both parties when I hear of  ao eight-year engagment, bo 1 took  the U1U0 maid on. One day I iouud  ber crying over the blacking oi my  walking boots. Inquiring the cause  oi her distress, -/-ho sobbed:  "Oh, madam, 1 never can save- tho  1360, no matter 'ow *ard I try!"  "Whut ���������350?"  I  asked.  "The $360 to get married withl I'vo  tried eight yeara to bo economical.  I 'ave to 'elp my mother, and I've  only $85 in the postoffice eavinga  bank!"  "And why muat yon he**?* I350P" I  asked kindly.  "For clothes'1 and linen, madam,"  sbe said.  "It ia not necessary." I said. "I  can tell you how to buy all you need  tor $50, and thut -will leave you $45  to lay aside' for use after marriago  or on a rainy day,"  '���������". "No, madum,. I 'ope I know what  ia proper and becoming in a bride!"  ehe -aid, idmoet freczingly.  A few montha Inter I found her  weeping again. **" 'E'a broke it hofi!"  she eaid. " 'E wouldn't wait. T&  going to marry another girl, and I  ad five tablecloths ready 'emmed  and six pillo-tvoaaee, all 'cmstitched."  It wan pathetic, hut who could  blame the man, now thirty-live years  old, who had by that timo waited  nearly ten years for her to save enough money for her tronaseau? He  could well nave provided all that waa  needed for tlieir station in life, and  lie wanted a home���������nnd, besides, tho  little maid nt thirty was looking old  and worn with much self-denial and  trouble over tbe Baving of tho coveted  $350.  Mualcal  Accent.  "Now, sir," said the barrister to  the musical expert witness,"you say  the two melodieB nro the same, but,  dJfToront.     What do   you  mean   by  .*_Dat,_-iE__,  * ��������� ���������'���������   ��������� ' "*     1-  "I meant the notes were the same,  but tbe accent difleront."  "Accent! What is musical accent?  Can yoa see it?*'  "No."  "Can you feci ���������HP"  "Yes."  "Come, slrl None ot this beating  about the bush. Tell the qpurt and  jury tlio meaning of whnt you call  "Accent in musio ia tho same as  e-aphaaio'm tipepeh. II I ware to Boy,  'You aro an aes.' tho decent rests on,  'aaa.' But if I wero to say, 'You ar������  an nan,' Jt rests on 'you.' "  This concluded tho cross examina**  tion.     >  Origin ol the Momi,  Of tho origin of the menu this story,  la toldt I>uko Henry of Brunswick  wnfin sittti)g at 0 Bumptiipus (east waa  notiood to glonoo froqintfntly ,at, a Inns  alio of paper, Quostl������nod by hia  polahbor, tlw Omnt of Montfwrt, nn  to the -poaaon ot hia table studies, ho  replied ttrat the "maater ol .Hhi kitchen" hnd drawn op (nr ht������ f������n..l'4|,  rttomaeh'a benefit a list of. all'fha  dishes, Just to enable his master.to  resorvo his appelitofor the boat things  to codiq. The other (*uostn were so  well ploasod, witli tho inlolllircnt  eook'g Invention Umt Uio habit of  writing out bills oi faro ituitanUy  nproad In Germany. Tho dinner  whonco tho oustom Wan ln said to  have taken plnco at Itcujenabura in  IM1.  (A  111) mt inunni'j)11  'I", j1", 1  Whon In Courteneiy  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for (-ueiiti.  TlioOontial Hot'l for flportsraon  Nona but the lle*i of Wines and liquor*  il the httr.  RATBS  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  Kol'IOK is l.erelty irlven Unit it <��������� m> /  ih'oivcg 1(1 ���������niililtoi������l<>t, 1000 foot,  i������t������������" ���������">' ������'* tlioext-i iid,*n of one 11, mth  ,1   ...       .11   11   1   ...    ,   j it   ..,:,.    Iiomi d������to*>f tho llmt iiuhlmllnn hereof to  tlienov -smith 44 d������Knw 40  11.11    , Hw |(np)i(!t, Q t^t ()f Tjl|(( ^ fc,  ntoH Knut OfiOO root, tlionuo Smith |,0VB |W���������|, \mm\ t��������� nonry 0,,ok Mold degrees 10 miiiiitoa Wort 1������*)M Qiilllan im ll ��������� 7th Kov#ml������r, IMS, 7������h  fci.t moro or  loan to  hijrli  wntor' A������'',' VM' m] m\0,'!,:lT,  IS w"!  ,     , , ,   , ,,       ! iti'iiiliaroil rv������u.unvily li;i'J7n, 7GWo .mil  tnai'k, theuco northwustoily follow, j 1 rwiinc,  in-^tho hnid high waiei'  mni'h   to1    Land UoKUIry Ollloi-, Viotoria, I), t'.,  to tho point nf ciniiiit'iii'oiiioiit  11 tl"'''-'3rd tbyot Maroh, 11)0!),  diidnnpo of I5i500 foot ini������i'������ or li*-*,*, j  cnntiiiiilii,*' HOmu'iiH-iiioro or lr*s*������, |  lliiti'd tin* 6th. iliiy of Mtiri'hlOO'.l.i    W.   H. Klriu^or nphol������tcrinK, I t,,fl eMtB-   ''<��������� ������,"l������ "' "������ monrdwani-i  i< ,������ i' i,     r       I 11 L. 1 * 1        . that onlver, like gom,<i on tho water  1'itAfKii Rivkk Li*M������Kn Co. Fail  Mntliwa imtkitig-tiiil rnpoirs; now  ��������� ,,ip|,l( i,u'( ty |,���������Vft ,0 ,,u0_, mil^  LiniiijUoH nnd Mntii'iiMc* mndo to  8, Y. WOOHON  TliMlw*rnv M.*iirrul ofTillcn.  The Butterfly'* Kya 8psti.  Wlvnt do -Uio eyo epota On buUeiv  ftio������' wlnp t.w(ii\t. The naturalittt,  lays Mr, I'erey Collins, muat onswer  frunkly, "I do not know." It In  thought that thoy hayo aonio utiliUr.  Ian sppllcatlnn, and thoy form one ot  thn most intrlctlii of all natural de>  signM. Tho foot thnt buttarflws havo  bei'ii ciipturt'd with their eye spot**  piarced, ns If from attack of hlr<!������,  iiiu boon tiRod as nn iirgumnii in  favor of .tho view that thoy mny b���������  "protoellvo markitigH," intlhitlng eye*,  beeanso birds strike nt tho cyan of  ���������hnlr vieUotH, Hut IIiIh suggt-ttlon in  hardly regarded aa Bntisfaotoiy,  Atuonff butu*rfli,is the most striking  oxuniples of eye ijpoU are found (Mi  the under nurfiicn ol tho wliy**,,  Trials al tht Pont,  I'd ������l*ur you n *ong ttltoot childhood, Ufa's Joyrnm nnd purl-indrd  timo, but I'm wimry nf ungnu* in  "wildwnod," nnd thoro'ii no otlii,*;  word thst will rhyme. I'd w,i-Un 0}  bright, Hiiimy fowntiilriM, where wider  una muflie are blent, but I'd have to  lot in a few umiml-unft or niy line*  wouldn't fit worth 11 ennt, I'd sin-;  of a Ufa on tl,<������ billows, where thn  dolphin/, and flylnp ft-ih mc,*, but I'd  ,1.1 >u lo ,.n) .���������,.., '���������'.A,of. A, ii'ill.^.i,  whlflh would l,nvi> iinthinff ir, .In with  ^'d Inm] 'tpttm  ,,���������' n  business f,r,lt**r.  nn'um \vill be chnrued for ut the  Htnudiwl rate of ioc. a Hue.  ��������� ��������� -  Iv. 0. Kmilo I'lpo titling an,  (iononil rojiuiring,  Tor Sale by J. N.  MoLEOD  A'lrertiHHn' will ������<,nfor a fnvor  hy lii*in-j(in'^ in Mmir ad*, nut later  limn Mon,lay. ai* thii will rnal-k'  iln*  pi*int,������ii������,  to  itiMii't  it in   the,  tll������\t   iHHIIOOII lilt' folloM'lll^   TlU'S.  ,l������v.  ���������nd liver to make the verao twitter  all litht.  HU Chtncei to CM Evin.  A lawyer come Into ���������ourt drunk,  whon thn Jtidge aald to him, "Sir, I  am norry to ������oa you in a -jltuitliort  wltirh is a dlMgriioe to yuurnelf mid  lonilly and the profi-MUOii to which  yon belong."  Thii renroni ������lieili*d tha Ailtnwinfr  oolloquy:  "Did wit honor Pjwak to nn-*"  "I <iIm, ������lr, I hh1>1, elr, lli,,i in u,y  opinion you  ,lit*nme������'d  ymir������i(*lf  uni  !tunlly, iho oonrt, und tlm )>rr,(eiuiio*i  ������jr your rounw nl conduct."  "Mny l-l-it pl������'a������������ your Itorytr, I  hnve tfen nn Htiorney in-ln-in thi*  r-eWirt for flftus*!! y,-art. an! fx'milt  im** to ������>ny, yonr It-wr, that4Mi it? Um  li-i.t ertrrt-rt npimon 1 -iver knew yM*.  t'������ giv.'.v Ml .frill . ii  irtift MWs, ctfilMtiLteiti. anifim Columbia.  ���������S-jw-tSHWR*-^^  BOVHtL, renovates  the blood rnd builds up  muscle and nerve, It b  good for children,  athletes and invalids-  good for all.  Mr, John Gili;*  of I lie cup which wn-' put by Me*  mn Haigler 6i Pi., mi, of tho botvl-  inyHlluv, for l!i(* l.".r<'*'St scoro in  ten games, ili*. (-Jihson's scoro  was 147-1, and the -\iext highest  w������a Mi*. Dave puhmts, hie score  being 1-457,  Tlit) Ciuiiborliiiid '-Stars" baseball twain will pta\ tho Union Bay  boyis h ganjo.of bull ,*tt any dato  which lQiiy bu ���������rs'-'Aiigwl, Tho  conditions aro tu bo that tho  "Wharf boys do not i.ot Ihe assistance of any outsi'hAliriti'ictB.   4 U_w  The bowling alW will clone for  a fow weeks, as Mr. JJaigler, the  proprietor, 1-puviis oh Thursday for  New Weelminstvr. During his  trip be will visit iho Alaska-Yukon Exposition a: tn'idllo.  FOR. SALE���������Two houses, situate in Jerusalem.    Will be sold  ?.:���������! attender] hy a I:.-.,.,: i.u*r,'L-;  ������������������:' hon. .A' purh, ai' ;ho i:juut;*y.  Wa-jbiu^ten clay on Monday will  be one the gala days of the Exposition. A program replete with  speeches nnd novel features has  bi-eu prepared. It is believed thst  j thi: attendance on thii day will  approach thai of the opening day  Tiie Northwest Mining Association, whoaedelegaies will r< pre-  ! sent  the  slates of Washington,  Oregon, Molilalia aad Idaho will  , hold  its   convention   Tuesday.  j The women   will be  mistresses  |of the siiuatjoii   Wednesday,   as  ! this is the   Woman   Suffragist's  ������������������ h the winn-..-,.^ The   Sllffraj,e   C0liveiui011  be held Sunday, July 4, Vancouver, Wash, will also celebrate  at the Exposition on Wednesday.  Thursday will be given to the  visitors from Killings, Mont.,  Colfax, Wash., and South Bena,  Friday is Oregon Day and Pacific Northwest Day. Saturday is  Kansas, Polish, Portland and  Sigma Chi Day.  Preceding next week on Saturday, July 3rd, King Country  Day wiil attract: a large attendance. On this day, strawberries  large aud luscious will be served  to visitors at the King County  County Building.  rH^i,-l'l"t'H^H,i*^'l"*i'i*W~H-M<  I Singer  Sewing  Machines  The Fly Pest.  cheap,   Enquire. P. P, Harrison  barrister-at-law.  I.er*:r Brothers, Toronto, will send you  fr*"e a cake of ������������������their .famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this pajx-r.  "Mr. Raymond, travelling  salesman for the De-La-Val-Sep-  arator Co, spent several days iu  town 1 his week and reports business good in his line. He wasted two hours of ihe editor's time  talking separator, snd almoit  persuaded us to sell our Gordon  press and install a De-La-Val-  Separntor in its stead. If Mr.  Raymond can devise some s Jheuie  for. seperatirg dollar bills from  delinquent subscribers he can  coimf on an order from us upon  his next visit."���������-Cowicnan Leader.  The hot weather is here at last  and comes with it the house fly.  Wheu science knew less about  the house fly than it dose now ii  was considered that the house fly  had his humble part to play in  the general scheme of things.  Now it is known differently, or  at- least* people are beginning' to  find out just how im portent a  part the pest does play. Th-  knowledge is becoming genera',  too. At Philadelphia the following warning has been sent  through the press.  "The house fly, the diity fly,  the typhoid and cholera infantum  fly, will soon swarm iu thousuds  or millions unless precautious are  taken. The house fly, which we  -w-e-re~t-a-ug-h't~i-u-oii-r-c-h*rld*hbod���������to-tm  Huvo you drawn one of tiicfe  nuiiibcrs from a Hack of R^yu'.  Standard Flour? -  -40013       42072      .72(39  41703       70363      49379  48275       61404      51347  45138  If you Inyo, vou arc  enlitlod to  a 109 piece china dinner sf-t. Each  month from tho  duplicates of cou-  'pon placed in   tho sacks of   Royal  Standard Flour  leaving our mil,  we draw ton number?.   If you were  fortunato enough   to tecuro one of  these you are   entitled to a dinner  et. There have been many   successful ones���������you may be npxt.  Iviyul Standard Fb.ur is '.he be.'t  and purest bo:,Bjh*,l,l in tho We t  --ninde from tbo fiiuut m-hcled  wheat by special ���������tmichinery-watcb-  ���������.'ti through every Process-guarded  until it reaches-your table. It is  'perfection itself in a flour. Auk  your dealer for it.  -r-fllanufaclurcd by���������  Vancouver Milling  Air, W.J*. Gourd, pian-j Inner and  organ repairer of Vancouver, will  bo in Cumberland July 7th or  thereabout!*. Ite������erv*> your piano  for him nnd huvo it tuned properly.  The "Tramps"' baseball team  say they will play any team in  Comox District, to a game of ball  for money, marble.--..' or a kig of  nails, at any date which may be  decided upon. Tiie "Stiffs'*  bettfvsliutupbeciii.se they are  'down and out.   P. (')  T.  ���������Wa8hiiio,Uin, Juiiu '2D.���������With  hu*. ono mow day vc.i.i.ihig in the  fiscal year, tho govoi'.iniont to-day  found that its dftlioit wn.s ft Uttlo  ovor 394*,000,000 inme.ul of ������110,  000,000, ������,-< llgurwd by I'sporUlttBt  fall. Juno wa������ u 1.'inner month,  its imiroiijH of i*!i3"i|,i������ ovor cx-  ponditnre being aliu.<������i* 1,000.000  ,��������������������������� o ���������  Swiltlu, <iulv   1- - (")-|������  ���������>'  -ho  * . i fl"'"*        11 u, a 111,-11       i-  ino.-HonjoyHblu.mvit, *,i tho Ala*.. conHtrucliun of Un  Jc.i. Vn tun-Pacific Juno-dtion whl  bo tho   minting ol   iho  Naliotuil  Kditori.il   AnHociaMu'i   which   is  neliodnlrd   tu conWni'   in   Soiittlo  July 1!) and ',!*!, and cUboriito pro-  jiarftlionn 010 being uuulo  by tho  looiil ProBS Club for iln- ontortuin-  jiiftiit of (ho vMi'toiY- mIu'io in  Hit*  -���������liy. \f iiiirtLi '���������������> ll*,'," -ilri'iiily bocii  l* ������������������'f.''t,'',l ������h:-,t (!,!��������� ,|"i ���������>���������! I'li'O W'ill  *���������* ! >������������������ 11; 1'���������'���������,��������� ��������� in '���������������������������,;��������� ' !-ti'!-v m" tin*  .Wn.-in'. I''*,* iiioiii'lic;; nil iln*1 pre m  for Sale I  i  ���������ON-- ������  Easy Terms g  J *���������AT THE���������  I News Office.  ^**i**^*****i**i***i**i**>i'*''i**i**i*yi''''.->i**i*''i**i**i*'^*i*i**>i''  FORSALE���������Jersy cuw, in calf,  also one mare good for saddle or  buggy���������Apply News ofiieo or t������  M. Perez, Courtunny.  .. F. D, Little. Wilt Clinton, L.  Coo, \V. Iinrd and D. Kilpatriek  were passengers by Tuesday's boat,  A Potato Pointer.  From au exchange we clijJ the  following suggestion:  After your potatoes are out of  bloom mow the tops off, but not  to close, and see if you don't  have the finest and most beauti-  ful crop you ever had. This is au  Irish king from a potato grower  of Washington county. The idea  is that the tops have done their  duty after blooming. Try a few  ��������� 0���������   FOR SALE; Man or Woman���������  My South African Veteran Bounty  Lund Certificate issued by tho  Department of Interior, Ottawa;  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,  Sa-diiitchawan, or Manitoba. Any  person ovor the ago of 18 years,  man or woman, can acquire this  laud with this Certificate. For  immediate sale $800.00. Writo or  wire. L. E. Tolfoid, 131 Shuter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  1  <_������^p -**(������������������*���������������-><  k Grain Company Ltd.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  -^"--.-'^���������-���������-������-���������-.���������������������������������������������---.II   ., m^w II , IIIMiMiHMI   I  Notice is hereby {jivon tLat Thirty |  Days uf-.er <into I intend to iipi'ly to i  ho iI'.iioii,ai*i-3 . Chief Commissioner 1  nf Lauds nnd Works for a Lice.iso to j  ���������uos'-eot (..I- eoai asal jietr<*li,um un-1  I dtr tfab folio .vioj;   douonbt-J Uuda  situate i  . AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TA1LOK-MADE COSTUMES A .SPECIALTY  SUITS mfiDE TO   OE^OER RflD  IN ANV STYLtE YOU IZilSfL  PERFECT TIT GUARANTEED.  Prices 'From $20 to $40o  CUMBER L A N D,  B. C.  : 10:, 13, C , eomraoucing at  treat with kindness, has been ex- i a post on the b**,k of tho c'anii.!>3ii Kivti;  posed. It's habits are filthy. "It ITT6^8- E:*'ltof knm' '^  breeds in   stables   aud   garbage  tine North 30 enjiiris more or i.ss  to   the ;  ill the I'lli"  Ooi_rtonay,  Tbe Agriculuiritl Society aro  placing fight dozen ucv oboir** in  thfir hall, eo don't lo nfrmd if  tbo'o old betioh'iH any more.  Hy nil repodg there mt,S' bo some  ood workmen omji!oyi:d in ihe  ion U,iy wharf,  ���������'Thoy nuiHt be from Courlonny."  "S.indy" wnnt-i to bo careful  where ho puts big wheel tlio next  timo bo io out on u (lurk night. It  will sav������ a lot ol hunting. Ua, In,  really I  Tho cutworm ia out on lh* w������r  path on tho U,.,������,  Mr, Richard Plo<rs i,i gftlini',  (piiia n |*;io of |*imli*r on ibc  141*,'dull-:,    li, ;i.,'i,*l haw a   |i'*li,,|'..  Al tbo In*. ������.'i:i.itiiri*: ami li/.il  driviii^ c.',i*.i'*'i*   i:i������iil   hifii  Kridnv  piles and canies the filth it revels in and tracks it across the  sugar aud butter, and tho breakfast. It paddles its feet, gummed with the vile rotting matter,  in baby's milk. It probably  disseminates every disease. It  must be exterminated. It can  be driveu out of every city, .. In  an a*je of knowledge screens and  cheap disinfectants there is no  excuse for flics iu any hous,-  hold. Clean up your premises  aud report to the health department your neighbor \vh<> does  not. Get rid of breeding places  of flies and you will get rid of  the fly."  Nr. K. corner pant of said lot J 61:, Thenco  .lue ivt-st lib' 70 ihnius more or 1-aa to the  iV. VV. corntr of -fid lot 1GI. Tlxmo.  south 30 ahoina. Thenoe due es������t 63.70  uhtiiua moro or lebB to placo of cou.meuae-  lUOIlt.  Dated this Oth day of iMa-.ch 1909.  i:   I'KIEST,  4>4>4>$4>4>4>4'<94Wi$4>t>4>Q4>m'4)Q**-4r       ���������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^������������������i  ���������       THE ROYAL BAKKOF CA'NADA.  Cumberland, e.g.,  Capital, f *i .00(1,000 .Ansura,   853.000,003'.,.  ItKsiiSVK, gfl,3v (1,000     ..* DrJMiio., 8-8,000.000  B^-_-_er<v>> *r^M3-j,  Jloiint Horob L. O, L, itttondod  soi'vieo at St. Gcr^o's I'resbytr.  nun Church ou Sumhiy ovuuing  list. There was a largo gathering,  quite a number iiltonding from  Courtonay Loilgo. Tho jmstor Kov.  I). Mctlillirray pronch������d an eloquent Boriuou.  NO'l'OIS i* herc!>y glvt-u tliat tho uuilrr-  riigued inttiiid to apply u:.e iiiontu aftor  the d������t<j of tho lii'Bt puhlua io i of this notice to thoGtuvorn ���������r-iu-Omiuoil (o"approv  nl of tho |jlwm and aito of a -jropost'd bnoni  ii)({ ground in On,),ox Itarbur i,i tin, I>Ib-  ���������iri-1 of Comox, Va couvor Iliud, Bri iah  Colomhio.  ANU NOTICE N ftlB.i'j-ivon timt ������i*U������  of the jiropnite-i wcrl-H lofjii'.hi'r v, ith a do  soi*i|>tiOit o( the ri'.o havi, 1>l'i;ii dopotiitvd  in lli-, t'lll.o uf tlio .\lini,.ii>i* vt I'uM.'u  Works ������t Ottnw-i, ������,*d in tin,* olilot, or tlio  UiHtnoc lii'^iatiar if Liimli in tho City o"  Vict'iria, rro.inui1 of l'.iill<h Cul"iiihin.  Dtttod this 1CU, iUy of Mmi-ii, 11)09,  MAiSEH 1UVK11 LUMlUiU CO.  ===== Money Ordecs---'"-== d>  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Piiii.cs, Murks, Rubles ������   LiroK, Kronen, etc,������������������            # S  Payable All  Over   the    World. I  $|ivi,'g? Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards. <>  S. A. MORLEY,   makaumc |  i,oot iii'Witp'ipt-i' mt") in um i'i"|���������v������iiiiin tliowiiiiu-mwcie an fill *wn:  t.'iUsinton, iii!Ciim]iiiiili>il in inont, Priviiif* nail?, lit, MLb I>jjit.tVi>U;  iii.tiincui-i by \Aun iiiid|������2iul, Miss Molvonzio. Hut irlisi ���������  1'i'lntiios. A-*i*lo fi-fiiii tho eonvoi-.; ming, In', Mr J.unc������ liuikhy; 2n,',,  tin, which will be i'i lort'K ting iu fChailci D.iuciin.  ptintor^ptMkors til|iiii*i!iig, pttjiers! _____   _,     _,___  Mlio mil   nml   n'l.oi*  o������ij������y������bl-, .lUTOMOl.'IMC I'OR IIIRH  fentiirM of Iho pwgr , the .-low,. l,lt rt��������� hoUM| wUh ft caref(J, dr.y  jiigfoiitiu-o of the \\li.'h* gathering!,.,.    p <���������<   ���������[,*,���������,>��������� r* i  .1    1  will   t*o  h  jipeuinl   i'������ciii'flion toi  Ai^kn. I hit Imu b,*,*i, *iri'iing������il by j '  * " '���������' *   * * -  th������ Al������������l:a SU'fli..������l���������|, 0*inpa.,y||.'oi������ fiAU'   Onuhtavy dratight  on tin* (".:u .dim- ste..'.������-r ".Norlli.; |,orjK1( \mwt,A ���������n,|  g,)���������d   exprc^  Wt'Htciii". .'hie!,   v.   i   M'lil   from !,,���������-���������,,���������. ,.)....1.     . *    '.  l)v.lUr .1 v.U 'JI, f.ir ,    w-.ity daya \ ,������������������,���������.  j,,,,!, tired \viig.;,,n,     Apply  ri'iiUd to Ala km  ������ui.th, inclii-jr.(, H.irl. ������V Unmbriok, hittlo Rivor,  , ing ��������� uUioimI trip i'i iIiIr h*nd ������'fjComox, U, C,  ���������ro!:     L'l������ei������������r-������  ni.d   ; ��������� \*o,'n, Tin*'    11 '      r* t ,*mmm*mmmmm*m  vi**,* ;o vrill ond, ������o lu* na milen  unu diatiiii������������������������ i"Oom.���������!��������� *'*l, at J'l.rtj  Gi-,!.a.i, ;*U! tin1 n.* i- o \ ,.f ii will:  live h.i-g nfttr ti'tf h>'- ���������'���������into rdi-1  t, 14 it*turn to tl*������i i'"������*',0''tivfi  |*oiii,-, umi th������* 2-llh imU'mI cm, |  *.;,itnnl.i* UCstlHrun ;��������� Ui i������i**:'*M.,  On Mnimiay "������������������ill i������'V������ *'}'*W  wefk. The oClciui <   y <������f   'Ih  Knights of J'}l!i" 1    TiM-jwlay  The ciUjitu <��������� 1.       * ��������� u ion am  T, A.L Smith, of Hornby hd.  Mian 1,, JJicklu and T, Uicklo ur~  riroii by Thurwhiy's boat,  m ���������i-_iiii -"iii-iMi���������i   iiw_i_^i_r������*'ii-������rr_-__lf������*jrnii*iiW'_i--W m  Bicycle  Folders  Wanted  FORSAIJi-lliOaciwofhind,  25 ucros ulnehod, 0 nei*c������ clou red, I  franio house 18 x 25 x 10, Binallj  orchard. For parlieuliirs apply at!  thin ollico or to K. Griyvo, Conr- \  tunny, B. C. J  Not only is   it a   nice   mild,  smoke, but the "Giaud Duke*'i  Cigar  has all  those  necessary!  qualities which give   ^o  much  satisfaction to the smoker.  YOU'LAh $EST mO^E 0^1  a "Rest More" Mattress  Insist on your dealer supplying ihe   "RKSTMORE"  and lake no other.  "R15STMOKK" MATTRESSES  can be .secured only at the RIGHT PRICE FURNITURE STORE, where you will find u choice selec  tion of Furniture and House Fiiriiishing.s.  I-S������*3������J  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  A. ^IcKmnoa  ***mtm'emm*ear'*"*  4jH  To not m out a������<ii,t������ whoro wo aro nut  rc|���������f���������e,ilod. To t-io������o who will rcji-  rtHtnit um in ,iio������v lorriiiry, wo will  Bupilly A lllllli>',i V/I,������,.'l  lit   wl.rL'K'il  uvil,     I'-.rtioiiUis frc������,  ne no- i|jo t'ioiin,r Diiiyulo  THI PLIMLEY,  OKMVAAL OZOLT3  lJ?A'OT,  ll 10 Govt, Ft., Opsonin 8*0'inft������r'-������  ������-;���������' Ourfl io tho I'ioneor Uicyd- Stora,  VIOTOltlA,        B. O.  If you get it at Plimlcys, it's nil  right.  Jfi'B, fuul Mini -N. Matthews ur  ri\*inl homo by Tui'-iiliiy'H boat.  Mifi M. Abranm ������i*rtve<l I101110  ������  hy Tiii-mlay'i" boat. !  ���������*������������������' ��������� m a    'mm 0mmmmmmmmmmamm  Mr.. M, L. Masters ban closed  out hoc inlliiicry hm-iucss horo.  ���������*- -������������������������-. - ���������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C,  wmwaumv\a.em Je-mmn,meeyaMavmn%*aM  eeam*.emvm*9m  M, Mngnoiii,  Mr.  Maxtor and  Writ,, ti������.! Mri*. Pickles iii'Hi'fd bv S������fnivlnv'"' f\  |HM,|,iO Of ||)(mt * ' H  99Q&tWWZWJVQ99>Q9Z>m,lAa.     0d9S>3390aOd^M990MM  The  Pilsener Brewing   Co.   ; will be prepared to supply :������������������  Crystal Ice  NOTICK;���������No ml*   will   lei  c-hsii'j'iHl after Monthly noon of cneh' 9    ���������  r������  1,,- ! *  WANTKJ)��������� Younft mnn witli; J  Fourth (Jhiss Kn^ineors Coi'tlfhudt- \  ���������jpoks oinployment. Apply at thin,  ofllc-a. !  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROFRIETOR  ��������� mmm i'*W-w->,-������fcWMWwt_-_w'-fc*-_r-_r*^^  Ltdies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from Sao to 835    All Work Fir*t Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  8  in.  i.vr'h !,������������������ ���������) ;.���������- CM VtiitlU"  *(  -on. or alMiut Julv ml, 1009������������������  OROKU^ MAV !'.:>, .SlvNT PY MAIL, OU AT TJIJ-  l>l*. III*;.    KEPRIGHRATOR.H SUPPLUJ)  ORODI������i PoomOTUV  ATT!?NCbI>   TO.  Jersy hull, one year oW. Apply to j Mt -^������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������v   * **���������>���������������������������������������������  1). JJoy. \f  While in Cumltorland Beal With  Mr.T. Pulmor. h,ft by Tlmw-J  ���������Isy'-i h<Mit for Victor!*. I  public t-c) o .1* e!o-J*������*d   tor  mid. I  (.nrfiiirr v������eit:������������ii on   \Ve<in������>*!iiv:  d \]*t.rt  < %m ,* e>ee^t 1 ���������.i-jW^ii 99% -������������������������  Ccmox Co-operative Society,  DcaKrs in Fresh aud Salt Mcafvand Fnrm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Wcb'tei', Manager.  a<:<*4)Ut,<}ii*<rt**<i4<'4r -tWUWMOHWHW


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