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 '^^^  ':.*Vmm. ���������-*..."     ������������������ '/%���������������*'���������,'���������/      ��������� a p.,  ,i ;���������<.'  '������������������ **** **'*  i  &<  $  A Journal Devoted Espeolaliyt to the Interests of Comox District.  Thk News, Eighteenth Year,  taawwaBiaM^  CUMBERLAND B.C., TUESDAY, AU G 3,   1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  AT THE  ���������Our Great Mid-Summer���������  CLEARANCE -SALE  now on, and will continue for two  weeks more. All Summer Goods  not sold are further reduced to  clean them up. COME before it  is too late and get these sterling  BARGAINS  .  ������>  ���������*%*$���������  uam^meamsEamr^* ���������������������������������������������  *^-S*\V   ****AmY*%    **  *i  en  as  Arrived'  Some Pretty Shades of ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine- Varnish, Stains  and Baplae, which makes old furniture like new.  and for 1909  & Co.,-Md  DUNSMUIR AVENUI  CUMBERLAND  s  The Magnet  Casli Store  Takes  First  Place,  T. E. BATE  &2  ta-^aas-mMwassffl^^ asEKSKL  Ou and after July ist, FIVE  PER CENT CASH Discount  will he given to all our customers who pay their bills iu full* at  pay-cky; On all cash purchases 011 delivery TEN PER CUNT  will be allowed.  The above discounts will he  giveu on all goods except sugar,  flour, feed aud can vegetables,  All groceries will he sold nt  regular piiees, and we will maintain our reputation for .quality  nnd LOWEST PRICES ou all  other lines we carry,  Notie of our customers can expect to take advantage of the it-  bove Hbcrnl discounts while  I heir overdue accounts stand ou  our hooks.  A full mid complete stock of  Groceries, Dry Good.), Hoots and  Sluios etc., will he cirvied to en-  chle us to supply hotels, boarding houses, lumbermen etc.. at  shortest possible notice,  J  J. McPHEE & SONS  Dtinntimlr Ave Ctimborlnnd I  ffy^gnmmmj  *        U1  r  r^mmmw\mmiwwMmmmwmm&ww a^JS  L   MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  The Young Lifsz and tk  Psgganini in the  Balagrio Trio.  On Friday evening last, July  30, a grand concert was given by  the Kalngno Trio, iu lite Cumberland Hall. Tho concert hnd  a large attendance antl the three  young musicians certainly proved themselves artists by the way  iu which they rendered each  number on the programme,  Willie Jhihiguo, the youngest, is  only nine yews of age and plays  first violin; ou account of his  wonderful gift as a violinist, he  is known by musical enthusiasts  who have heard him as "The  Young Paggnniui.M Chailiv  Jhilngno, I lie eldest, who pits-  'ides at the piano, is n promising  young musician ami has been  appropiiitlely called "TliuYouug  Um-1" The second eldest, b'r.tnk  Ihilaguo, who plays second violin, also promises to be master of  that i m,t ru men I iu tlic near ftt  lure. The music rendered was  most difficult and classical. It is  tin.- iiiltiiliuii of Mr. 1. llnl:i"iio.  the buys' father, to send them to  a musical conservatory at Milan,  Italy, so as to complete tluir  mil'leal education. Tliej' are  making a tour of some ol the lu  I cal towns and giving ctiiK-crU*,  the proceds of which will go  towards I heir tuition,  Air. and Mr.-,. John Milh'r l*Tt  on .Sunday |a*t by S. M. (,'invidmii  en n,iito for Seattle,  Alaska-Yukon Exposition  Seattle, August* 2.���������For the  first timo in athletic." liistory,wi*8t-  ern track and field men will nicei  thu East on a western field in tho  A. A. U, guinos at tho stadium of  tlio Alaska Yukon-Pacific Exposition, Friday and Saturday, Aug  Iii nnd 11. The critics freely admit that the western men hovu an  excellent chanco to win the championship of the country.  Those athletic evontB will be a  climax of one of Ilia most eventful weeks nt iho fair.  On Monday largo delegations  will come from L<,s Angeles, Pusu-  ,linn nnd Snnta Monica in California t, celebrate tho Days of  llion,.,������������������iti,,*, Wliitlior, Ocean Park,  and Venice will ills,, have Monday  as their oflleiul day,  Vtiiicouvur Day on Tuesday will  ho Iho occasion for a largo oxenr-  sion from British Columbia. The  cnHinuirciiil club of thnt city lu;s  chiti'torcd several of tlio largest  sli-aiiier* on tlio Sound to bring  tho crowds.  Dixie Day on Tuesday will  bring n largo ,iiiinl,i������i' uf muitln'i'ii  ers tog-.it!ior nt tin, I-'air. The poo  plo in the Northwi-H who havo  coiuu from Southern stut'.'s art* Ink-  Big Summer Sate  &COWON  antl will he continued until further notioe. All> Straw,  Linen and Canvas Hats at HALF PKICE.���������Big Reduction in White-year. Blouses, Corset Cows/Night Cowng,  etc���������1000 yds English Print, regular 15c, on sale at 10c  per yd.���������100 Remnant*** in Prints, Flannelettes and Cot-  tans at less than regular cost.���������Boys' Summer Wash  Blouees and Suits at Prices to clear- -Children's Sandals  75c a paii*.���������200 pairs Shoes, Men's Women's and Children's tjhoes, at half regular prices.  Don't Miss the Golden Opportunity.  J..N.rtcLEOD,  THE CORNER  STORE  Ik.  Dnnsmnir Avenne,  CUMBERLAND, B. C  =^t  Wedding Gifts .������ %^���������n  Prices asLowas$l.ooatid up to $2SO  STERLING SILVER. SILVER  PLATED  GOODS,   AND    RICH    CUT     GLASS  \  The Jeuuelet*  Removed Next the Royal Bank, Cumberland  ing a lively interist in this eole-  dration and ninny aro planning lo  take advantage of this time to see  the Exhibition*  Arizona Day on Tuesday will  be observed by a large delegation  both from that territory and from  various parts of the Northwest.  F. lliggine, ,j. Sclinoor. }dr.  and Mrs. VV. Wall, Mrs. Morgan  und Sheriff Drake arrived by Tuesday's boat.  D. Kilpatrick arrived from Vancouver by Thursday'* boaj.  CARD OF THANKS  I take this opportunity of thank'  ing those who subscribed towards  the fund for my benofit.  John O. Hkw,  Mi������, D. Daniels, II, Ji'amsay  and T, ilicklo were pussungois by  Siiturdiiy's outgoing stonmor.  The Minstm Wall arrived homo  ,y Siiturtliiy'Rb'jat.  1 q������, ������-,���������������������*  (Jonstuhln McLflhiii's vcjtort in  nil' last Issue, of council procco I-  ugs,Klioiil<l have road Constable  Oray's, ami Constable McLollan's  repotf, which wiw onu'tuid, wan  polico court fines for May and  .liuii.$7H.00.  J  It is high tiino������that something,  was done to ousuro'���������'letter order ac  public entertainments in tliit* city,  whoro ladies are insulted1 and pell-  ed with niisBiU'S bydioodlunis." If  in thoir dense ignorance, thej"  know no better, tho pgoiioi* tln-r  aro taiifjht in the nolice court iln.  w a-  Ixitter. Thero are, wo voiituro ,���������  s:iy, lietter behaved and moro rt-  spectahlo men in tho ulntiii giu,^  somo of thorn at least, who aro n, t  ���������Jioodliims'and disftuhcru at ptil,.i,i  entortainnionts; last Friday evening's entertainment bolng hy no  means an exception. Why cannot  a policeman bo instructed to attend every entertainment and enforce order, or rem'-.o iho olTeti.  ding parties by tho nape of the,  nook or uso Ihe boot if necessary I  If hcltor onkir in 1101 insisted up.  on in futiiio, public, enterlain-  nuMits, will largely cease to lm  pot run iwi by the moro iX'specUl'l..  citizuns.  Tlioinsan Aix'erson���������At Cum  berhtiil, R C. on J uly 81, 1001),  by the Huv, I), Mciillivcay, Ac  drew ThuiiiHuii, juih of Mr. nml  Mrs. Duncan Thomson, of thi*  city, and llo-*o Andm'son, dfliigh-  ter of Mr.>nd Mrs, Amk'i������on, of  Hayno Hound.  I  Mr*. T. I). McLt'iui l.,ft by S.  K. Cowii'lum on Sumlny Iv^t, for  \ aiicouv,,)'.  ���������>>,  Ajjcnt? for Union Urewtn^ Comp; in'4; BlU'-R and t>  POIITMR,      V,'h*.1e,;.k- !>r���������li-r.i iu all Kinds of f]  Wine* avA Lstjuor:-. U  SECOND    STREET i  j    Mr*. T. l'ikut and Mc. ,.i,l Mrn,  i "V. llnrri'tut Wit������,   1 *n>-*-1 ��������� -��������� (-   '*v  1 \S i'lt,,-������;,ltiy'*   outgoing   ���������'������������������iiuu'r,  I     ,Tm< Kft'W.irl. If. S������,*,r,rf r������nd W.  jVinlia-i.*     were    pin-i-ng','!*-     by  1 T'nuo !,,\ V ni:ii*',ii���������-r ),,,.,*  1      ��������� . r*      '-,      ' ���������  MEN'S SUITS, BOOTS & SHOES  at Great Reductions for 2 Weeks.  TWENTY PER CENT DISCOUNT on all our  Sum-  mcr Clotliiny: antl Footwear, to make room   for new Fall Stock  All Linen Hats, reg. 75 & 90c. - NOW 50c.  CAMPBELL BROS. S���������r" TH*,   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   I^ITiSl!   COLOMBIA  Tiie CMtolard Sjwe  l**-u������d  Every   T. tsda*  by  the  Comox   &   Cumbepland  Publishing   Company.  This paper will imi imM itsHf  n-'ponsible for tlio opinionsufotli-  **i'.f, as may appear in it- columns  ^i-nii time to time.  TUESDAY,     AUG.   3>    li������0!>,  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK tint ��������������� -limitation  ���������will be Hiatlo to tho Leui-l.t ve Anahiubly  of tl e Provintf of lint h!> Ou'iimbi-* at  U mxt .S'tseioii for uu Act iiMir-jwruiin <  Tbe Campbell River I'.wr duipuny,  Limitevi -*ith all the po\,orn myo to power ���������riemputties ttn-ler th -Water Act,  1009," and t r the purpose of e mforiuijif,-  to the Uampboll River Power oompauy,  Limited, a Company inoo pot ate I under  the "Crop, ncs Act, 1807" n tbe 17th  <Uy of Ai*ri', 1S0O, all tbe ri|-lits, powers  ^ and,privileges cg-tuiiu><\ ia *he Com-  Sp-wy's Mftuionuidmii of Aj- fhf'Km.which  , hp fcfit out in issue cf-.hf-J'.ritii'hi'oluuibia  GaiertB of Kind day of "A;i!, oOal-p.ges  1CC7 and 15C8, and ah-o nil w* er li-'  conotei niul privileged Ik-h-i tore ur hereafter I, cate-l or a, plied for or obtained,  an-i jn particular, but n t *.. is *o limit  the g. nemlity of the for ������oi���������{������. for the  following purposee:���������  (���������������) Tho cinBtruction nr cperttion of  works or tba supply ��������������� tit,**.*, ion of water under the 'Water Act, lU-oU."  (b) Tu apply for and ohtitin under tha  prori������lon*������ of the "W������t4*r >ut, I������������9,'������  or to purchase oroiherwit,.- ;*<*quir.-, water rccirda or water lice, c s..  (c) Tn supply water fo,- tiumtistio pur-  poim* an defined by the"\Y. n-i-.Aot, 1909"  t> porous, companies, inn) iiorut.d kud  uuincorporaUd municip lities.  Id)   Td manufacture a**'. s ii.,p'y gns to  consumor*, and for guch purpote to bnild  ������������������ia*ia,*iu.a!!ajr������peratei������n-iK������^������**Miry-build..  lag., iBfu-hinery nud plan*.  (*) T* construct, equip operate and  mait tain telegraph and tel.-pU-ne -ays-  terns ������nd linw. ,  (f) To o instruct, oper.t- ami n-aiu-  t������ia, and improve houseB, f .iiioiius, ware-  kms������, shops, wharves, bui di ri, erections, w������rks aud ton'oiii*, wh of all  1.1 d'.  (g) To construct, cpoiiit,, iiud main*  tniu eleotrio works, pow-r -irk*, genera.  ing plant aod such oth,���������r a nvetiie, cet  asm.ybo neceosary for toii������-i*Hting������loc-  trifity.  lh) Priitlutiuff powvr in , ������y manner  nnd of nuy kind.  (i) G*$uowitu-,'{ electrl ity fur light,  heat, poter, tbo <iperaii*ii of motor-,,  c������BiuHHhnd uiuoliinery of nil hiinW pro.  pel'iug trtunwaiH, drivini-, i nu in-,', litt-  iiiK, ciusliiug, umcltinp!, tlr.lt. &, milling,  or for any othor pu, jioho for \, ui-u it o������n  bo uaod, either alone or in wuut'ction  vith ������������y nfhor pnwor,  (j) Transmitting -t-Jootrtc y or any  f rm of developed po������o, mo tha tho  ������mae mny bo unnl by any ui.ioit/iility,  empany, corpoiittioti or i'cif ������,.  (jj) For u-iuloring wato, a d . wnter-  pow*r nvnilablo for uo , up,*l iHtloii nnd  distribution by oreetin^ duiU'*, iiiorea* lug  tho bond of wntor in auy t>xi.t n������ budy ,f  -Wator, uraxtO'.'dlPii tho ������������������rm t trcf, di-  venhig tlio wnterm-f nny *l*'* ������ui, poud,  i r lako, iuto any othor ol,iiii'u*l or chiin-  .oh, Ini ing or creoling nny Iim; of flunio,  I'lp'j, or wire, oonBirtieti'i, nny ruoiwity,  res-wir, ������q,ioduct, voir, w ������������������������������ I. h���������lklliig,  or o'her ������������roolion or woik |,i.l, may ba  reqndoil in oonnootioti ,*.i 1, tlm improve*  ruoi't ami life) cf tlio Btu'il '-nt, * u*l ������aim-  power, or by alluring, re ������������i.������ txttnb  Iuk, tu provmi}, itpiuriiig <n I'l.ii-Uiniug  any nny iuoh wit^k, nr any purl lin-ruf,  (I) Ci>mpr������,**Hi'i-'( air an, ua ng tlio  lane foi all pn'poM,-,.  (II 11 uing, Hinl'ing, \,,,n\j, tiling,  tiia,'"i|'i|fi,'uttd'���������'pniriiu' *.i, trtti lines,  ���������anfiii.���������i������Uti,'i, ato'iigii lutt.ii.r, wlootrio  cnblea, ratinu, wliea, pipei*. nvi ulitn uon.  ntotl",'i,, branclif*:,, oleulri,, iin>t iih, dynii  tr.oa, eugim������������,ii)*ichino-i or otler npparatui  or ilovluwH, cntx, drainH, ������mI.i " ura**,  piput, "pslfli, luililmgi and ��������� tint- tiectionH  aad *irk*, anrt ������r,",'!i���������gi>ii i * I ehu nuy  i-Uotrlu ll*������������f oi.bln, niniii T,lr������, nr othai  elwtrio ������|.f>������ratu������ ub ,vt or k<i w iriiuw].  (in) CuOKtrUetiug, imiiiiti uu ,g aod i>|i<  ���������orating ���������in-fle or ilmibie tr������*., wr not ml  or ui her trnmwiiya, with the nttooa. i,ry  mda tiauka and turmm a for -1 ,���������* pi***,!'.^  ^," ....        -, -���������;"     ,n  |,n ,  "I'I ,.|. ,1..     f i,,.t>i,"|  M  <MipO,li������ ,it lu'lii'i i,-nl -u\nniif in fotitiei*.  tin,i with ntrimwi'v, up n, .1 mr, ncron,  umdar or abuvnan* 1 in<l������, lii,;'i������,.y������srowl������  ��������� tn*������t**, bridrti. which >,r������ !��������� tin* line of  Uetr.mwy lut dad to bv built by di������  y���������w.������ o nirnnv unit ti>������mM,tiitti*taift Mil  tapir *k>I'S ail-Airrai iii< nooftki  tranwHy l-,*U*ndi������l to lh, built  (ti) To UhU. tuitHfrr ad ,-*ir y pnoitn  para, mitrehand mo nnd v>nh ��������� f n*! Minl-i  ������������i Ilea trani������Hy, by ������,i> *i.iit,������,������ jm*.  li w u������������"l **r itiut in.y b-*   ������',,i,*u   ,   iim  t'OTHed.  !>.| s, p ������'y{t<|.' ci ���������natimrr*' *, ii ,��������� -*1   *��������� >,  ,-,ifl|i'������������HUl'."t   ������,*������'���������'   <���������    ������������������     ���������  v ,i.p������" low.-., v ������������������' Mwr ti--'- '*.      ������������������ '��������� ��������� u������"  Ut   ������r,ii,,'M������<'*������'������^������*-  |p)   To��������� rot, maaUJii ami <>i������ i������ |������������li*  wirni<mlIt' oa, forth** t*r, >t   i.n-  mvtntrlaotmity.orny *l #���������   i������*������������*r  such higbwaje, roads and streets.  (ij) To erect poles, posw, pillar?, lampB  gto'jea, and nny other apparatus ia or up-  i:n high wa) s. roads, at, rets or bidgei,  or iicainat any wall Oreott-d on the same or  adi iniua th-rtto.  (qy) Tbe uaa ������f water or water-power  fur lydiaulic mitiiu*; purpuBtB e,nd for  iiiil'iiic, m-itiutacturing, industrial and  rncc-hiinicHl pur, ones, othor thnn the gea-  e.at on of itktitricivy.  (") To ,1'g trcuchca iud drains ami  therein to l������y cabUs, lines ind wir 8. and  to put electric cablu,, li,*s, v/iros, Bwit-  ch"*, ii'id c nneutiiig buarda t.om aiy c.������-  blpn, luit'B and wires in, uuder, along, or  ucngi nil ro-ids, highwa>B, slreits aiid  hridgeft, and from time tu timi* ou-, alter,  MiuiVt), replace, rupair and r-lay all ������.r  it ij huc>, oables, lii.es, wires, switches  auUc'.uuectii gb.iarda, or other appmatttj.  (k) Td aoqiiire by purchase or otherwise, thu r*ght t- use and enjoy electric  or any other power already d. velopeJ by  otUui'M ut any point or poiuta.  (tl To construct, u-aLtu'ii, niter, ro-  pnir and ronew devicw for measuring  light, heut uiul puwer.  (l) To sell or let for use, light, hea',  power, and any aud all devices aud appar  ntu������ use for meaaui iug the s^mo, or o h-  erwite u-ed in o^nncc i������n \* ith the c m-  paii)'* business and works,  (v) To fix rates and charges for the  use ef light, heat and power, and the  Citrriaue of goods and pas'.cugera,  (w)   To require nil   persons Mipplie'l j  with elijctric light to itlace and use only I  uch lumps aud appliances as are approved by the Company.  (ww) To sell, assign and transfer to  any other ci, pany lawfully empowered  in that behalf i-. liceat*e or licences, tm-  dertaking and works.  Dated at Viotoria, B. C��������� April 26.h,  19C9.  BARNARD ^ROBERTSON,  ^OV are to spend a lifetime   with   your piano.  **    Choose it wisely and with caution.   If you want  a piano the character of which cannot be brought into  question, then choose a  &Co.Piano  (Made by Yc Oldo  Firmc of  llelntzman & Co., Ltd.)  KJaigan^gjjj  rf^AV  Behind it stands half a century of experience and the  endorsement of die world's greatest  musicians.  ������������������" I hadno idoa so -jooda piono -w*ao manufactured  in Ct.rimdo.."~Fri������dhmlm. *  For Sale by M. W. Waitt & Co.Xd.  CHAP. SEGHAVE, Aot., CUMBERLAND BRANCH.  Solicitors for the applicants  It Is to the advantage  [ol every housekeeper  In Canada to use them !  Magic Ba':inj Powder.  Qlllstt'j Perfumed Lye.  Imperial Daklng Powder.  OHlett's Cream Tartar. |  Royal YcoJt Cake*.  Ollletfa Mammoth Dlue.  Magic Daklng- Soda.  Olllott's Washing CrysUl. |  MADE FOR OVER  CO VEARS  (ZiuWibii IZii)  E. W. 01LLETT CO., LTD., Toronto, Out.  When yoa Want a Good flleal  ^CUMBERLAND CAFE   k. aida, proprietor.   ^��������� ������������������-Dunsmait* Ave.  P  Juuo 2nd, 1909.  Foreshore Lease.  Comox District.  TAKK NOTICK that "Vio'oria  Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Limited" intend'o npply  for i)rri))ii*Mon to lonsotlicfullowinu  described foroshoro landi*:-  Commenoiiig nt S. \V, corner  of lot (4) (Indian n-m-orvution);  llicnco uorlli and westerly ttlotiu  the high wator mark to a point  vrbfr*** tbu boom crow* ������lmigh,  following boom acrost* lo hijjh wnior  mark; thenco along bunk fivn  hundred |_*r)00] fco' to n,otnh of tho  OourituHy or Puntiedgt; Itivnr to n  puMt mnrked [������]; tlicict* tmi h  xovrnty f70]fei.'t tu low iv^ior mark; |  thoiuo along low wnti-r murk to!  bo'tm iti'rnsH plough, follow l,oo.n |  ���������hmtit to low wiitur mitrk; tbunct,  until li and cu-tlerlv nlong low wttor  murk to pinco of commencement,  (Oitlsining ttui [IU] newt mdoot  Iubh, ilistiiiicoubom [1] mllo,  tSlgntxl] J. C. HOOK1CU,  A-yent for Vie orU Lumber nnd  Mnnufactnring Compmny, Limited.  Uf������eiv������.l Jim.' Wih, 1909.  er si stent /vavgrnsing^""^"  roduces  rofit in every kind of business,  The columns of the News are always open for more Advertisements.    Try a good big ad.  proper moment arrives, airtl of course  the boys made Uncle Tom and Legreo  do a hot act by 6liootlng at their feet;  but, oa the whole, things passed off  beautifully.           Mr. Jack Bristoe, who thtuks Ula  mission on earth is to go around righting wrongs, rode over a hundred miles  to drop in on us last Mouday. According to him, we are wrong, and he had  a gun out to right us before we knew  tbnt he was in the sanctum. His  shooting was so mighty poor that wo  were ashamed to have to split his  right ear with a bullet and scare him  > out of the oflice and out of town. He  doubtless means well, bnt he should  explain his little jokes in advance.  We feel sorry In a way ot being compelled to announce tbe suspension ot  the Pine Hill Banner, a weekly paper  set afloat about six months ago. We  told Brother Harker when he started lt  that he would have to do some shoot-  ��������� ing to secure n circulation, but he believed in brotherly love and has come  out ������s we predicted. You can't come  out of a sawmill ln Wisconsin or a  dairy in Ohio and run a newspaper in  Arizona on those lines, and you might  as well cease trying. Men don't haa  ker to shoot an editor every day in the  week, but when the fit does come en  they want to feel that he will shoot  back nnd make things interesting.  Put en No Lugs.  We have always contended that lt  Colonel Harris aud ex-Judge White,  both of Grass Valley, ever got Into a  real hot argument there would bt  shooting  between  them.   The  affali  ��������� came oft three or four days ago. They  got to talking about tbe late political  | campaign and calling each other liars  nnd renegades, and then each one  drew and opened fire. From the noise  and smoke created the town Qgurcd  on having to bury at least ten victims,  but woen^nll was over not so much as  a coat button had been cut away. Al)  j bang and no one hurt And Arizona la  ' looking for statehood when such farces  are being played.  ! Two weeks ago, after having given  proper notice, we. turned outdoors the  crowd of loafers that has been infesting the mayor's office for the last year  and toasting their stilus nt the expense  ���������oMhe-townr-As-a-result-weare.cliarg.t  cd with thinking ourself ns mayor too  good to associate with tbe common  run, and tbore are dark threats as to  what may happen next spring. We  are a plain man. We put on no tugs.  We have druuk with a half breed and  hunted with a Digger Indian, and if  certain white men cau't see that we  must dignify our oflice to a certnln extent to prevent Its bping turned into a  beer garden we have nothing to say to  them.  At the Gates of the Desert  [By a Banker.]  Gufmiing tho   approach to that  Jirid and burron   o'Jt'-ni of ,h*iv<u*i  .-and, the Libya'!*   Dtvtnt, a;i,l  ;,!���������-  most bent-nth  the shadow uf   tho  'uiijilitiest   Htriu'liiit*   cut pn-cit'..!  by nun upon this tiiirth, Ano;\- ii,*,i  strange   woiuk-r   of   the   anvn.-Hi  world, tlio'(ji\'iit Sphiiix.'Au.'l \w.il  iniirht those HU|>yr*titi������m*> ;ivu;   ,!o--  luded  worriliippU''8   of   i-rofouiies  and iiiuniniH'iI cut*, of O.-iim und  llorusiiiid l'tiih, regard   tho impassive monster with awOand with  profonndost rovoreneo; well might  they look upon it as endowed with  tremendous authority and power,  imp with tho absolute control over  t'oil* destinies, hyth in this life and  in the realms beyond  tho tomb.  For to us even, of this more intelligent age,   emancipated   from  those insensate   delusions   "which  held those mighty   ancients ill an  iron grip, find sunk them, down in  abysmal and benighted ignorance,  it is a thrilling experience to stand,  at sunset,   before   the   towering,  majestic form of the   stupendous  figure,   Now,   starting as it wer������  into life astthe golden  rajs merge  into carmine, and the   passionless*  visage is gradually   niantied with  a suffused ever deepening blush as  though the life-blood were coursing through it;   now, as the great  red   luminary   sinks   lower   and  lower, thu roseut^ lute of   vitality  fading away   into a   sullen   and  lurid, empurpled lividity; and now,  as the gloaming abvances and the  *the~Btars-'Toi���������-heaven���������one-by-ono-  forth, the massive   features of the.  image darkening ever blacker and  deeper, until the rising niooti a-  gain rekindles on it a ghostly and  unearthly pallor,  Hoary   with   age   a   thousand  years before Menephtsh's generals,  vainly pursuing the Israelite host,  perished ignominiously in the Red.  iSou,  blear,   stony   eyes   of   this  In Jcb Printing we print anything from a  BIG   POSTER  U  to a  VlSITINCI    C.WU������.  As mayor of Glvcadam Gulch we  bounced the city marshal last week,  and the place Is open to a man of sand       . .      ,   ,     .       ������ .,  who can shoot two handed and who i8c,,,Plurud im",8tot of the part-ft.  I i Isn't afraid of killing n cowboy or a huge nnd   stupendously   colossal  '' terror now and then. Tho job pays $2       ;   ���������,.���������������������������.,������������������ ,;.    '   ,-rj   tl,���������i���������,f,i   ,  aday.andiDcaseoftUeofflccr'fldeath '"^'-h^ded lion,   its   pedestal *,  while Iu the lluo of duty his widow rockhewn    letuple���������*!uive   looked  gets a pension.     mit with tho   same impenetrable,  Mr. Holy Terror Montana, wbo set ,,visionloss  gaze upon some   ot tho  out to ruu this town about two yeara        t08t     0|ltg     f   t,-B 1(J-rt  ago and didn't make a success of It* ft, ,  was hung last week in a small town ln history; the trininpliu'it progresses  New Mexico. Before he left here to 0f tho Gw������t Rainosos; the heail-  obedlence to a wurulng from the vlgl* . ���������. .     ' ,   ���������,        ,    .,   ,  lance commltteo we struggled with 1'ng   flight   of   Pharouh   Noelm,  htm like a brother; but, though bo Ul.jv0��������� \m). by the Invincible for-  tnlked t<5 us with tours in bto eyes, our , vr .    .J ,  words bad no lasting effect on hlm. cos of Nebuchadnezzar, the return  His business was removing humanity 0f Shishak  with his rich plunder  to a better cllrao, ond bo had pursued '  It so long that he couldn't change to f"om  the H>*ly City, Jeriintleui;  farming or other peaceful pursuit*.      or the victorious triumph of that  M. QUAD.  mighty ruler of a world-empire,  Alexander the Great.  r-  And then, later on, uftor many.  ^  The News.  Prom ��������� Forthcoming Novel,  Panic stricken, we saw tbat our little nlrboat In which wo had eudeav.        .           orod to escnpe from tbo wreck of Uj������ -mother Rtirnng vicissitude, threo  airship was rapidly filling with at. weary   figures, lluelng by Divine.  n,Aa.,l.������an *           ������                                    "***         ���������*  mospbere,  "Rail bor oot I" shouted Corknoy,  Aud all through tho night wo dipped  out tlm air with our bats and flung It " ., ,.,.<#..��������� ,llk.  back into tho ������ky.-Now York Life.      "ol B,,Utl "lb  c  *wjfmjl^**^arzmwr*  SKALEI) TKNUKK.J wMresiad lo  the unberiivned anil emforsed "Temlur  foi electric littht lixturci Sec, tot the  1'oit Ollice litiitdlnu CumbcrUnil, H.C."  will Iih received until 5 00 V. M���������on  Mond.iy.  AitRiistO, 1IHJ9,  lor  tho  1W0, for tho work mentioned.  8KXl������RDTKNI)KR8 addicMt'd  to the tinderult'iietl and eiidrirced  ���������Tender for l*o������t Olhco Fittings for  the Cumberland, li, <J, l'oit Ollice  Buildinut" will bo received until  500 P. M..00 Monday, AuuufUJ,  *i  t,r t 'trph^ti* *������r *** *������mii^'������ u>  #*.H������f. no**** or ebafi wy '  hiij'"way>. mada. ������ln*t*������,  It i ���������������������  |. M *m any aAUat |������������rp u   I    im,*.l*iw������k  <-������  lii#li*aj������. t**ad* n������'l (������r.������������ii������. tmmete,  m i������vii' m -<i,i'i������ *r ��������������� Aer i.*ma a*i  \\\- Print Wedding  Invitations, . Visiting w(th8Uwttr  ���������       ... "' llv order  Lards, uusincssLarns,  work mentioned,  'lenders will nm   lw -utntfiuuit*!  ���������| nnloBi, mndu upon, and in ������>���������������-,���������*J*  ,'ionco  with aondilioiin contained in  forms furuUhed by Department,  Plans and ������p,olfloHtion to be seen  on nppm,iui\)i������ *���������������* 5������i. ������**>- S:.ci'-i"t.  Cl������trk ot Works, Cumberland. B C,  mid at the Department <>( Public  Work*, Oltiiwa.  Kieh louder must ha iiccomptn  i'd hv nn nr-t't-tnfl eh'ty.o- on ���������,  i-!,!*,rt.*ri-d bank, rniiiin jMy**'*!' in  hi. . ,,i������, ... :������������������ ': ��������� o;.i'' if ', i* Sil,i.  i-U-r of I' iblio VVorkw, emul to leu  |K������r rent (10 j������, v.)  cf ih** arootint  o tt Utit������ , - . .      .  ... .  * m������f.r; Letterheads I'illhcnds  J*t������cr>t������rv  i       If-ntffVfl  ' ���������fkp-M,t������1Pnt ������f P������'dlo Wnrkc  etc. at tne JM������jWo.        oiu������������tJnif isih, i������i������  i  Tenders will not be oonndr-red  unlus* made upon, and in aeturj-  nncowtth onndiiions totiuinud in  forms furnished by the Drpurlment  Plans nnd   speuitljation  to  be  reon on application   to   Mr.  Jus.  Mewari, t^ieik ui U'.uku, *CuiitUi  Iind, II.C, and at the Department  of Publio Works, Ottawa  Knob tender min,I be acoonopan*  '���������id by an accopted cheque on n  i hirlered bunk, mnde puyMbls t<>  te order of tho Honour.-, ble the  Mini������l������r uf Pa'.i'ic Won*.-*', npi.tl M  iim pir ceitt (10 p. c.) of iliw  HinoiKit of the t.'.nlt-r.  Itv order,  KAPOI.KON TEWilRB,  Qr-rtrrtary  PnpurttniMit of Po* He Woras,  O.tawa, July i������, |pou  New CompltKltitt.  "Whnt do tho lettem R. 8, V. P. at  tbe bottom of this invitation mean?'  asked Mr. Cumrox.  "Why, everybody knows tbat tbey  iljplfy 'Please answer.'"  "Oreat Scott, this spelling reform ts  playing smash, Isn't Itr'-Woshtngton  Star.  His  Lsit and Only Thought  ���������""    1  ^i         rm  k^mJL.               W k  isy  jAky \-him j  %.*,*. %,jp  1          ^BK  nmntlfnthfr-Fl-h-hnvo you y-y-your  life In-ln-lmurwl, Arthur*/  Grandson-Life nothing! Hot tbo  machine U.-Hnrper's Weekly,  command from the niiinieroua  jealousy of Herod���������-ivho would  dngly power to bo  dUjnited by aiioliiei', evoti thougli  a liube���������tlio rebutcd father, tho  mother, and tho Holy Child, take  rofiigo In Kgypt, .doindlens regard-  ing tho tttujMUKloiinfiiiio with equal  woudet* m wo oui'hoIvoh at this day,  Bnt that hulpless Child, wm tho  Kord of Glory, who in order to  fiivo iimiikind from the coii^o-  qiiences of his slim, left His  throne in the heaven of litmvena  for a timo, and Himself sntixltcil  the claiimof etorttul ju-ttiee by  bearing    tho   punishment due.  *,    *     ���������tv* '���������*'  I if ipule iu -.hut itii-pievi-.ila������^ i^iat-  tniit'o.  A Dangsr.  "Why don't you read up oo scientific fanning?"  ������������������I started that ones," answered Mr.  Corntossel. "It didn't pay. 1 got ao  intorexteit n-udlu' that I furgut (a go  out and farm."-Waablugtoo Star.  TKNUKHS WANTED  wci kc ���������*��������� -���������  Teiitlers will bo received by tlio  undersigned, tip to Monday, Aug.  0,1U00, at 0 p, m��������� ior tho digging of a sewer along 8i coin! 8t,,  fmm flm nlhy-wsy, in war of  MothiKlint Church, to connect  with sewer,ippi'nite II. WiUun't*.  For full information, npply to  tha major or K,   IIurwtMNl, chair  H-trrlU*.  "Thnt -was an awfni dhwsttr. Thtre . ,.     ,.,,,,  waa Mty oa* mm-lTor.  isn't tbat tor. man nf I aim! of Work*.  rtM#r  "���������Pwrfnlt   Whit a tact eea t*-"-.  Cleretsnd Leader.  Th������loBiMt vr an? tender  not  m-c������*������**������riJy a^tepUd.  A. MoKjkxon.  Cit; CUtl, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA;  y  ^gcURE FOR SKIN INJURIES &1iseS  A purely herbal balm j ���������best  filing; for the tander-shins of  children, yet powerful enough  fo heal an adult's chronio soro;  highly antiseptic; eases pain  and smarting soon as applied -  that Is Zam-Buk. Remembor  It is purely herbal���������no mineral  poisons, no animal fats. Power  and purity oomblnodl  All dragghtt nad store* tell at SOc a box.  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or talcing any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descrijitiodn  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho land  of the said Company, will be pros.  ���������Sentod to the full extent of the law.  F.   D. Little.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  w    land Acr, ihjprrt district.  TAKE NOTICE that NimpkU, Lake  Logging Company, Limited, intends to  ������l ply f������r i ermispi *ii to lease U,e following d- serib d for, shore lands:���������Commenci ng at n p st, pi inti-d S*.uth 45 degree*  15 minute. Etst 200 foet f.om ,be South  Rate ruerof Indian Reeerve ndjoniiuz  the North Boundary of Seodo-i 2, Town  ship 1, .Rupert District, Vsuconv- r Is! md,  thence f .Slowing high wat-r mark South  69-20 East, 099 mimt s: North 87 dogiei-s  _ 20 minutes ti-ut, 4311.5 itdrutes-: South 74  degnes 40 mil utes Ea.it, 153 n.inute :  Noith'2". degree,   15 minutes E.efc, 700  , m-nu'es: No>th 79 deg ei*a West, 1291.4  iniimtea: South 44 degrees 43 ini, ules  Wobt, 7^0 minu'es nittro or Ugi to the  llace of begin, it.g, -c-.nta'nit-g   28 nereis  ,j  moieor lo.-*.-. Located March 27lh, 1909.  NlMTKISH L\KR LtMilllNQ CO., L-I'B.  Ter A. H. STltACKY, Agent,  of Vaucouver, B. C, Lugger.  Vancouver, April; 15 h, 1909.  I AND, ACT  RUPEltC  DISTRICT,  JB  The drink of strong men and healthy women!  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION 'BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B. C.  ffloCormiek Ha truest Tools  BINDERS  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  TWINE  BUGGIES  WAGONS  CAYES' ���������   *  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC,  Walworth=Roiston Go, m-  102a Westminster Ave.,  ^������I-H-W-H*4^~^M������i*4*^*l*,l"H*  TAKE NOTICE that   Ntmpkiah Lake  Logging Coiupuny,   Lim'tcd,  intends to  npp'y fi-r piTtnission .toleno tha foinw-  ing (Inscribed foreshore liui'ls:   Cummenc-'  ing nt a post nl tided nt tho Nor h Wes'.j  c rner o������  lot 841, situated  iu  i'ruwn* --  Grant 20 Rupert Din'riot, Vuno tivsr Is-  lnn-1, thei oe iti a Southerly and Wes'er'y  direction  nlong high wator mark to  n  pant 100 fott W.-Bt of tho South Wost  orntnf nuidLot 341, tliencs iuu straight  lili** to  th-, poiut of comtneueement,   aud  ��������� e *i>t lining 10.5 noipn more or less.   Looo-  >d March 29th, 1909.  Nnti'iusji Lakk Loiiiu.xa.Co.. Ltd,  Per A.H.STKA.CHV. Agcot,  of Vancouver, B. C, Ijfggor.  Vni.couvor, April lOtl,, 1909.  | Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  .....  LOST or STRAYED-One  cow from Mrs. Hat-wood's ranch,  lias grey neck and reJclish legs  below the knees. Any information please leave al this ottlce.  eO  YKARO'  EXPERIENCS  Trad* Marks  DCBI0N8  CopvniQHie Ac.  Anrono Hfnilln-t it *Vsieh mid lUiorliiilnii rariT  nnfcklf lumuftulu our niiliilnii fron.<v,iit,.li������r_-,n  l\iVi.,'���������JiiiT ,|������ Ijri'hnlJiy. 1P*jt������tLtAL'jHi-.'r''������,,,,A'-'.i|'0!   ���������.. Ilium 41  ejtcM iwtUt, n i, hum. olmr*������, In tha  .,  ID prilUAUlf piiu  ���������,lim������ utricllr c���������,,tlil'������itliil. 1  ���������..     ,  ���������Jill froo. OIltODl BHOIIC'f.flVriWlrlllg'JHtuMU".  t'ntiiiin tnhon tlirnutili ilium (tVv. rocotrt  Scientific Hmeilcan.  hsiid'iiimelr llt���������f������rfi,eit w-vkij-, u  i ntlot, uf ���������iir-jrii'iiiltifl liiui'iial, Ti  mn f iurrniintln,|L Bowitriill jim  A  en  ra-tr  .HroBitflir-  J'i*rni������, in ���������  imwadnilori  ii'MOl  til imwadnilori,  Subscribe for  * The News  WM&'8 ������&089fcO&iMt  Tmt Omit Mnalm Hmrttv.  'i iiiiim nnd InvfRitwcow Uu, whole  iiorvtni-i Pj-ntniii, miik-M nmr  illo-MlIn oUy������l������H,.'&i������ri'*i Ntrv-  cm {kMlitti, MraM (out. BroU worry. J)i-������  pon/Kio-u, BaeualWtakara������.JimU*loai, 8)itr  m������arrho������,(i*dEffnltjtfMvMW &ntm������,  '\i"J'*J-"^.irih-l���������- x^L- - '���������"��������� ���������'? -  willed" Wd'br^linimtiu.pr i  iAmm tiis, w* J* vi jj il iirjiili'tv   a I-"  fl^fakJgjP** ,V,���������*,!?^?.  uinllui  nn i.i- fi fr   oo.  Tmr*nto,0*U  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  iim |(i������..i, vii-iii.ft lull}'. *ia������  '    o(U������-tuj������I Monthly  wood  and Coal  Hauled  Dunsniuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  >|������|i.|i������|i>y������y..'*<>y.>*|.^i^������.|..*{i.*|rt|.^.iy������l<^������|n|a|.  Vancouvers, B������ C.  NOTICE.  Hiding on locomotives ami   rail  way cars of, the   Union   flolliery  Comiiany hy any  person   jr  },er-  joiib���������except- tain crew���������it! strictly  prohibited.    Employees  r-.re sub-  ���������ec to (iismissal for allowing sam-  13)': order  Fhaxcis J). Lrrri K  Mftnarfei  For Fall Planting  Imported  BULBS   FROM TUK     EST  FBKNC11     HOhLAND   AN\)  JAPA-NESK GROWERS.  HOME   OROWIV  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English Holly .......  Grown in the only part of tin*  American continent not infested  witli tlio Sun Joho scale, Our  trees do nut have to ho fumigated  antl consequently damaged. Full  lino of Gnrtlun, Field nnd Flower  Hoods in stock grown hy the I-est  nml must i-ulialilo L'acilicCoaHr, and  foreign growers.  FortliBora, Bee Supp'ioo, Spray  Puiupn, 3praylu|j material Cut Flow-  liro, Eto,        s}  M.   J,    HENRY  Oroo *hcu������e������, Seed Houim and Foit  Ollloe Add re a,  HOIO WK8TMIN8TER HOAD,  Branch Nurnery, South Vnncouvor,  Vancouver,    ���������    B. C.  Vancouver defeittctl New West.  in instill' ftt Ificrosse, at New West,  inim-ler, mi -Saturday last, hy a  tcore of M to I,  ma-/ *ifo  ��������� <t������nht������rftti vhkh woman can  dapoi-iL  i0,ti**^������*t������in(rw,|3l I*?, %  ,mela}mmm)*, ii pw Mr  liy ������il drm -        "  Said liy ail drambt* ������ ������a*t  ���������nrrpald dm iDoolot of '  rrw tmmtmai. Aiiram  i. Tf WW, TOT. irmtmatiaW  IVItlti Dnr-kft���������TCirp*** for csli'  fii>ui Viim hitn] gtovk $2.1)0 pr  titling nf 11,8:550 for two.  Tonloitw    fityoH*���������* K*gg������   60c.  tftfll.  Mw. It. C. Nfxon  Uviinmn I������Unl  Whe Courttsmy  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv������ry convfir,f',ti*,-������ tor gnwfu.  TbeCo-Atiftl HoM for Sporirao-n  Hont* but the Hem of Wwei and f.-quors  it the H*r.  RATES  TtlEASONABLB  ���������John Johnston,    Prop  I.O.ST���������A hitueli of ktiyn. Fiml  er jilt'ftHt, return to tltln nftiee nnd  n luvvanl uf SL.(W) nil! l���������. jniil.   m   NEW YORK  CLIPPER  18 THK BREATHY  THEATRICAL $1 SHOW PAPER  IN THB WORLD.  $4.00 Fir Viir.   Siriii* Cop}, 10 wit.  r-WCRD WI3KKI.T.  8AMPLE copy Prii.  4lltK������T I WWII,  ..���������  I'I UMMliKUtf,  tut**** ������t W. It.. 3?., \i������ fut0  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  ..���������;;-     CIGARS & TO3JA0COS  ������������������*. ������  n Hunden  -AND-  G  H  ������  O  r  c  E  s  T  in season at  COMOX LAND DISTIIICT,  UNION S. S, CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between��������� Vaueonver,  Nanai'i:o. Union, Comox, hy  tho  steel Oiydf* built twin ������cr������-w,  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as uuder-���������  Leaves Vancouver,.Satnrdr.y 8 p m  Arrives Nanaimo.  SatuH.-ty 12 p m  - Arrives Union, Sandny 0 a m  Arriv't'e Ci.iiiox,   Suiid.-iy 8 a nt  KoiuriiiuR:���������  Leaves Coii.ix. Sunday *i p'm  Lcavos Uu-Oj Sttudiiy 5 p m  Arrivn* Vtnaimo, Simd.-iy 11 ,i m  Arrives Vancouver Monday 7am  ���������Stage loaves Union or Cumborliind every Sundity inorninij on arrival of "COW-  IOHAN;" nnd Iwivus Cumborlarid Hotel  it 1 pin, L-oniii-dttiif; with Btoainer at  Utiiou.  m   KILLING A WHALE.  ������a������&?r������i'->2&93S8������9������idd'*e  Funeral Direc-  gtor  and  1      balmer  Em-i  H Hoit i ��������� X&aii'-.iiig;     Hc-g  g iiewi'it-%   ::   Foundations^  *������ Carefully Attended to.     M  Cnnibei'luntl,  B. C.  Take Notice that Frasser "River  Lumber Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, Jl. C, Occupation. Hawmil!  and Lumber Company, intends*to  apply for permission to leuso tin  following described land.���������.  Coininoiioing nt a pofct* plante,  iibbut 750 feet distant and  in  i  southeasterly direction  from tli.  southeast corner of Lot 82. Comox  District, thonco 1300 feet South  4t>   degrees,  li    iuiuutes Kasf,  thenee 500 feet North. -40 degrees  10 minutes Hast, thonco 1500 feet  .North,  -t0 clegreec, -A4-   minutes  West, llioiice Sou tit 40 degrees 10  minutei* West, to point of coin-  liienciiietit and containing 17,2 fierce more or loss,  Dated 20th February   100!).  FltAfiKU IllVKB LuMBItlt Co. Ltd,  999999899% ������*������������������������ C������CeG*S������  Every Monday aud Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butler and all kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes;, will  sell cheap.  Chiu.Ykuk,  Sandwick.  NOTICK- TO' CREDITORS  COMOX  LAND DISTIIICT.  Tako Notico Unit. Friisoi* Hiver  Lumber Co. Limit*1'! ol Frn-ier  Mills M. (.)., Ocenpntion Siiwinills  mid Lumber Company, intends to  apply for permission to lenso tlio  following dost'i'ibeil   lund: --  Coiiiineueing nt tlio nortliwest  coi'iit'i- poat of District Lot 100,  Coniox District, thonce north 40  degree* 10 minutii-i]*;iist, lOOOfeot,  Ihence south 41 tlegrea-i 40 minutes Kiwi 15500 feel, theuco Smith  40 degrees 10 n)lunt������n West WOO  feet moro or Ions to high water  mark, thuuee northuohUuly following tho snld high waicr iitifk to  to tho jtoint of commencement a! *'>" '"^ ^ ������f Mnrol., vm.  ilihtuiico of 0500 feet inure or le,*, ii���������girtr������,.t������������.friil of 1  ���������  v ���������      i in i        I  l*   ,'l*'"lllL     *   * ���������>   *a\,,ti,.C     ii,*/. I,   *���������.     . .   ,  >.*>:.'    v:. n. ;''*' ' ���������'  Creditors of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer, fortnerlyof the NewEng  and Hotel, Otmibeelaud, are uoti  fied to forward tlieir claims  against the estate to the undersigned on or before the ist day  of .June, duly verified with par  liculurs of any securities held by  them, and are hereby notified  that after Ihe said date, the under  signed will proceed to distributa  the estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall Uien have  been brought to her notice.  Vancouver. April 29th 1909.  Maugakkt Tayj,ok  Administratrix  By her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Jliid,      "  619GrauvilleSt., VaucouvcrH.U.  LAND KEUISTRY AOI.  In tho initlor ol an ���������ppliniill m fur Hujill*  ,tit������ C',rtlllo4toH of Till,, t������ Jut J.X.W,  H,*,iti������,ii 74, litnl rt. W. fr*'t,ii"iml I wnl  H.Vi    fiiietiiniiil  ,'j   nf Huctloi,VU,  tnwiiNli'|i ',1, (���������mn|,.pi5,J (!) Comox Hi"-  tik-t,  Norfli'K ill hnroUy alvt-n tlutt it !��������� m>  iiiti'iiiimi ���������l, tho cxj'i iitmii ot una tnoiitU  ftoiri d������l��������� ,*f tlioflrnt uulilcfiun In*roof lo  1 nun Duplicat.' O rtillciit'H of Ti'lo t,i ���������������  l,���������V(i luml������ iiMH'd   tu  llonry Couk Mn-  Qtiilliiu on tlio 7th M<>v,nti,l>������r, 180������, 71 li  Ap i* MC,  nml will 0*,toUr  liWfi,  mid  inmlurnl r.i\i civuly 17',l'J7ii, 7()l0o ,111,1  i:W-Miij.  liiiinl IloKUtry ttiflw, Violerla, ������, t\,  Where All of the Boat's Crew Lcr>ke-J  '���������  ��������� ��������� ' ���������  Like Murderers.  It was my boat's privilege to fasten  first, aud we did so lu grand style, nuyt-  a writer Jn Forest nnd Strrani. Tltft  big fellow lay-hlovins; iu ono r'o^itoc.  and >vo ualk'd on :-A 11 Iii?;;,; :>:ja Iji'iid  and fastened to hitn with two l*-:tr-  pootis, one of then, Ik-iui,' uu tiijd.iMfo.  When lie felt the iron lie turned -md  plunged under our limit and i.-uver.'il us  with the spray frmn his Utiles us lie  tossed 'tbem uj> in ih������- nlr to dive And  lie did not slop, wilier, for our Una  whlzzeijl around the U'!.*-c;eilic'iid. g\v-  liig out 11 blue shei't of smolj? until tho  ���������end of it went I*y n-* like a bullet, Uu  hud Koue down wltb our 3U0 taihoiuf  of line in less than u.minute.  In a few minutes he appeared ngniu  near one of the other boats, and he sot  two more harpoons, cue of the**.*, explosive, and then tho oilier two boats  shot ln aud fastened with two irons  npiece.  Meanwhile tho Least was courslnjf  around and sjioutlug blood In n frantic  inauiicr, and it took six bomb lane-?*  beiildes tho eight harpoons to uubdiio  hlm.  Our next hit was made on the Oth,  wheu our boat fastened af-nii). The  whale did uot go very far this time,  hut Just circled around us in-a short  line. Another whale from the hard  kept *by him until tbe kill and then  made off to windward. The other bout.  w������h off after some other whales. They  could have got him easily.  While we were tied to tho dead wlial������  we made out bis comrade coming dotva  to us nt n grout cpeed. nnd it looked a*  If he meant mischief. Wo hurriedly  cut adrift from our capture and. fretting fresh harpoons and Itmcos nwly,  prepared for bis onslaught In n minute he was close to uk. and while he  stopped to take a look we jumped the  boat ahead and darted two Irons, wbleh  ftarfed him off 11 f a high-speed to windward, and the people on the,ship told *  us afterward that we literally skipped  from one sea to the next. All we were  conscious of was-tho fact that-the. boat  simply rested on her keel, and the spray  flew over us In great sheets.  At last he slacked up and gave us a  chance to put lu a bomb Isitcp.'' IL;  made a rush to leeward, to-where \\*>  had left the'dead whale, striiighr as a  die nud right ot'er -trtm, dragging "**  ���������over, too. of course, till t ho * time'spin t-  "lff^bloro~THeirBtrdTv'tTi'Tnini!i' its-,*, mi"  came up with his '.blowhole fight' under the mate's nose, who was lonld'.'.s  ovor the side for hitn, and he got the  ���������spoilt of thick blood right iu the fai*e  nt 'less than a yard disl.-tnt or  courEc it spattered all of ua, aud ivhen  wo hauled alongside with nsr uvu  whales we all loo!;e,l as uiut-li If!:a  murdercfK us anything else. Tbc-.enp-  tain wus highly pleased with our-performance, and he at once uwnrde.l nip  mute the pig, for It had been put lip an  n prize.  "I"  'um;,*  (���������'iiAfKit Rivku Lt'MiihU Co. Ln*. LMuttrt'i-M making nml repairi*; new  Brusque Orahms,  A young Htingariwi violinist, who  was continually talking about his  woudorful skill and great faimv had  his flatteries addressed to Brahms  out short with the brusque remark,  "More finger oxercirtc and lewor  phrases, yming man!"  A young woman who played tho  pinnoforto asked the'composer's* to,  tho advisability of giving a concort  in Vionna.  "Are you all ready?" inquired  Brahma-.  "Certainly, dear nimttor! May I  piny Homottiing  for you?"  "Oh, no, no I 1 ni,:ant only hnva  you a new gown nnd glovosl1"  "Ytw, sir.'"  "Pity; othftrwiso I should hive ad-  ���������iBed you not to give the concert."  Sumatra.  -Sumatra is tlio wcHUvrimo-it of tha  Dutch fiiiii.-m pDH.son.u'oiiM ic.d one ot  the lnrgcHt islntidn in .tlio worM. Tt *  Ih wpnrnt-'d from Java in tin* itoutlt  by the strait of Suiidn, niamor������U)le  fcrr Its volniiiiic dirtturbaiico, Tho  northern |N������rt.i,"ii erubi-nwH tlm ml-  tnn.'itt! ���������f Aeh,'-, find tn the duyn of  0n,.ten Hllsftlmlh and Jumps-I., whim  F.iij-li.tid i.'iii i*vnbrirtiui*lor^ to iU  fionrt, Achn wns a groat kintrjdnni,  gnnupyiiiR inure Uuiti hn!( U'������ island,  Tlio AehaniiHi, Imve nuvi.-r uukuowl-  edged the Hii))rt'tn(v?y of f!ie Dutch,  nnd ovor i;ii,i,tyvi.f)fiO hiu, ln'on spont.  In eiidenvotrt t" mib'ltio tl;i:, rnrtn of  wurriors, Houlh ol A,*hc n, a lingo  dixtrk't oroupicd by tlm HitlUkf, a  tribe Unit hiti practiced ciinrifbaliniti  for ocnttirli'H,  n������>dy Ptneionlng.  1'haf ������Ui������,d h'for,, 11 reprodtiellon  of the VonuH ������,f Mil<*i������.  "H*t hnitiU mnxt have hr-on ly>ntit|.  fill," Haiti one.  "Vory," nHiiftiitiiJ tlm nllier, "I won-  dir wlmt j.*,. iluHi t!*,ry v������ t.- inf"  "f Imve n lli,",i*y that -r.hr- ii/t\# re-  presented ns b.i.^i'il nt hor tniht. On*  lined prcliitbly held a mii.-i'I mirror."  "And th" nl'ier n piwihr puff, ohP  Hut thnt ihcorj' won't w,r)t "  "And why not*"  "Hud 1,1,0 ben nl h<*r tvilcl her  mouth would havo luiui full ot hair*  tttna.  AH local items of n husinetis'iir^ler,  Hit'iViH- wiii inr ciiHiyr,', ,*-������t  ,,. vine  glaudard rate of roc. a line.  H,������ 6,:r^i,u'i.  "D.) you kii'iv.'t' i.' :*.t. I. ''(lint I -.vim  ������������ .  ,.   ., , r duiii'tt ove-voiii������* v-i.fi .-m-pi-ln* tho Owt  j LoiiiiUe* und Mutlrei-rto-,  mudu  to  ,���������,,���������,,.���������.,. W11W -V0���������v.  "t  iintli'i'il,'* ������he r-plu'd. "that j**���������i  . ���������, ,.*  In V��������� ,-.**��������� t.'..i  ���������' ������������������    ,liw,,.i-,<t"  15. O, Biti'lo Pipe llttin-x ������������������!  (���������I'liernl rcpfiirinj.'.  i  A<U*������rtifw������w will ponfor a favor  by hriii^ilija* fn *ln������jr rel*. n*������l Inter  lliaii Monday, a-* HiN will t'tiitl,!,*  the printer*, to insert it in the  nevt iintio wit Ihe follow ing Tncs-  Aay.  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  AM nil  KITCHKN    IJT������*N������ill.*4  Sportsmcns Goods  nuil  General Hardware  mMampa)mMmmn*iml  "������'���������*-,. Kor ,1 i.ii'ii'iil I v,iH uptHvli-  U-hu. Y,*n xoi', I h.i'l I���������.ml 11 ������,',-������f deal  itl-oul v< 11 Yiinr Irii-iidx had hogtni  <U in tilt hi lie'ore Wo im't trj |*1uu t<������  tirh;.' 111 I'vi'lli,*.'"  "I di.t.'t 1*1*1* t''li.M lh,u I'.ulil luivelin.l  ,������ dn with lh'������ nine, U.* -.kii r 11 y jotl  fell when >"i mv i,i> t.ir t>'*" Mil  time"  "Wet. I Uitniil .i"��������� t������ in- > ' 'ii'-l.ililul  .ml t'-n were tlrt-^-ci with ,.*n li i*:;*ptl*������  ilti- t.iste" ,  ��������� *���������������������������',(������. j;      unnpiw? tuy 'frli'.n!*,' ,**  .,i ,..'.'. t!i' ,���������. Ii.i*l g!ve;������ you !���������> w,,l**f-  f ->i it, *t I ������v.it h'tn-ely niul u frumjv.  Hu kind if th,-,,-, I ,111, ,.t������rt<."  "tt'l im! I*i'*.t ,'t-",' ili-l *������������������������������ I **���������  ������tire ylft-nt letit dld;i'l ������!������ *������> *������t:-fv������  liitll.lll,*' I'M IU17, did 1. i'i' I U..H- t.lf  r'������V  , *n-* t!*"'  *"','t "*** "T ���������������friv������  t������ t-tii .11 ���������,'���������-'        - --ii it t Ate)  5f THR NJ5WS, CUMBEatAto, BHI'TlSH COLUMBIA.4  ga^irSC^Z3S&AiJemt^S&oat^  A eup of BOVRIL  will driye away thai  feeling of, lassitude so  common in warm  . weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and lone to  the entire system.-  TO  AP  With half the labor, snd at  hair the post of other soap,  SwU%ht -Joes tho wholo  ������AstM*}g* In half the time,  y������fc   without Injuring the  most delicate fabric.  <Jse \% the Sunlight way.  Follow tbe directions.  FUR SAI,E���������Two houses, situate in Jtiru-saleii*. Will ho sold  .cheap, Enquire, P- P, Harrison  'harrisier-at-law.  FOR SALE���������Pum* Died Jersy  jht-ll ll years old. Apply to John  Knight, C'tmox, li. 0.  on Bay Notes  ��������� Mr. and'Mrs.-Chas. Hi.shop returned on Saturday evening after spending three nputh's valuation visiting friends down east  aud California.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Rejiwiek returned home   Saturday   evening  after spending two jvt-ck's vaca  tion visiting friends  at Nanaimo  and other points.  Miss McKenzie,  of Courtenay  " vyas the  guest  of  Mr. and-Mrs.  Charles   Hooper   ou    Saturday  last.  i_^'fe^RAiss������l-l^-ndJ.\uh-ily_aiu4-v-a--  ed home Saturday evening qfter  visiting friends at Ladvsmith.'  Australian liupu "JVfqrama"  arrived on Friday last, and sailed  Sunday morning for Vancouver,  -after replenishing hunkers.  Steamer '*'Romford '- arrived  Saturday evening and sailed  Sunday for the Sound after taking ou bunker fuel.  The youug folks of the beaeh  tendered M'r. Fred I-i.iy and Mr.  James Haggavt, upou t'n-4 eve of  their departure for Montana on  .Friday evening last |o a* social  titn-j'in Humphrey's hitll.' Re������  ���������freshmen Is were .served -itn'cj dancing was kept up iiiiij) the ''wee'  hours to iho sweet stijiju's of the  local oreht'Slra, all enjoying  ft vcay pisrasant evening *'.  The local nine were defeated  by "Cuddy's bunch i)l'"atars"at  Coiulenay, on Siiiidflv1 last���������  ���������score.6 to 3. Njue innings, The  g.'inn1 h dr.;; exciting nt "times  Mr. Wain Davis, of Cumberland won the uutoni'ibile. tit the  draw-nig held at the W'i sou flo-  tel, on vSatuiday cveuii-g.  Evolution of the Airship.  No man can say just how far  along toward  the solution of the  problem   of    aerial    navigation  men hqve gone, nor yet whether  the Wright  Brothers or   Count  Zeppelin are in "the lead.    For  some purposes,   it must be plain  that  the monster gas bag of the  Zeppelin type of  airship  makes  it almost valueless, while the immense    motor    power   of    the  Wright machine,  aud its plunging, diving movements, make al  most impossible a frame light en  ough, yet strong enough   for the  work, aud must forever exclude  the machine as a   safe,   pleasant  passenger ship.    As a war-ship,  which seems to be  the   greatest  point of interest to many (and of  profit-to-t-he���������iuventoi-)-we-would-  think   the Wright machine' the  better   of  the   twq.    Iu   these  days of  Ion*   range' guns   and  wireless   manipulations, the immense   gas hag jnust prove  too  conspicuous a target.     That airships will   take any   prominent  part in   settling the   differences  between nations in the very near  future is not to be expected, un  l-pss sotne entirely new tpye  of  machine is ijiveiU-ed,    aud   we  think the same may  be said of  coininefce and passenger tratlic,  ���������Word & Works.  NOTICE.  Take notice that at a meeting  ot the Shareholders and  Directors of the Pilsener Brewing Company, Limited, held oh July 10th  1908, John   C. C. Sclikopr,  was  removed froin his office, of Director, Mshager aud President ol  the said Company;   and  further  at the sajd meeting Johannes K.  Schuoor was removed from   his  office as  Director and Secretary  of the said-Company;  Pii,SENEji Brkwing Company  (Limited.)  Per P. ?t Hiujppg Harrison,  Company's Counsel ���������  MATRON REQUIRED, FOR  UNION & COMOX DISTRICT  HOSPITAL���������Must be Certified  Nurse. Duties to Commence, Aug.  Ist, 1909. Salary 50.00 per month  Applications to ho in by July 24.  Add ress, Secretary Union & Comox Hospital, Cumberland, B.C.  The  WINNERS  For July  You drobably drew one of these  numbers in a sack of Royal Standard Flour.  73137  56543  08273  57342  COURTENAY.  Mr. Win. Duncan has return  ed home after being on a visit to  the cities.  The Courtenay House is un*  dergoing improvements, also a  few more bedrooms are being added to the third story, aud when  completed '"Cuddy" will have  one of the most comfortable and  up-to-date hotels on Vancouver  -Islan d������������������������������������:���������-������������������������������������-������������������  61148 56087  67592 39998  70002   65738  If you did, you are entitled to a  109 piece cbina dinner set. Each  month from the duplicates of the  coupons placed in the' sacks cf  Royal Standard F'.ourleaving our  mi!lt������, we draw ten numbe.-e, If  you are fortunate enough to secine  one of these, you are entitled to a  dinner set free of charge. There  have been many winners?. It may  be your turn now. watch this paper ever month.  Royal Standard i8 the best and  purest flour on the market Western  Canadr tokay. Remember Royal  jb a better flour���������not merely different, but bet'er.  ���������Manufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd.  VANCOUVER, :,B. C.  ���������jJrM-l*Mr*4*"*H"''H^  Singer  Sewing  I Machines  For Sale  ���������ON���������  Easy Terms  ���������AT THE���������  News Office.  ���������H^^'M"H"H*I-*I"hH-44*4*H*4't  FOR SALE���������Jcrsy cow, in calf'  also one mare good for saddle or  buggy���������'Apply' News office or to  M. Perez, ConrtKtiay.  FOR SALE���������Boarding house  and furniture, a snap, at present  occupied by. A. Gatz. Apply to  A. Gatz, or at this office.  Not only ig it a nice mild  smoke, but the ''Grand Duke"  Cigar has all those necessary  qualities which give so mtich  satisfaction to the smoker.          o -���������    .   '  FOR SALE���������160 acres of land ,  25 acres slashed, 6 acres cleared,  frame house 18 x 25 x 10, small  orchard. For particulars  apply at  this office or to K. Grieve,  Coiu*-*  tcnay, B. O,  _ 0 - - - ���������  NOTICE:���������No ads will bo  changed after Monday noon of each  week,  FOR SALE; Man or Woman���������  My South African Veteran Bounty  Land Certificate issued by tho  Department of Interior, Ottawa;  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,  Saskatchawati, or Manitoba. Any  person over the ago of 18 years,  man or woman, can acquire this,  land with this Certificate. For  immndiate sale $800.00. Write or  wire, L. E. Tel foi d, 131 Shuter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  K. AIDA-  Merchant  TAILOR  / i  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS DflfltDE TO   ORDES RfiD  IN ANY STYLE YOU tttlSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.;  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BERL A N D,  >B. ..Ci  A mnn ��������� named Thomas Ha we  was found dead uwii* McLaughlin's  camp, Mud Day, on Saturday last,  by William Jvooniii), An incjuost  wus held at Cumberland, anda  verdict ot death front heui'tfiiilnro,  v/as brought in, The dei-imsi'd was  a native of Bodulph, Ontftrip,  The question has been asked,  "what is the matter with the  Development League?" Some  say that it has become defuuet.  Miss Nettie McKenzie is camping out with frieiids at Trent  River.  Walter Brown has resigned  his position at Union Wharf find  has accepled a position with the  Victoria Lumber Company.  Anybody who can eat two  soup plates of strawberries and  cream are all right,   Ha ! ha ! 1  One would think to hear the  whistles and bells on the Indian  Reserve that you' were on the  outskirts of Chicago instead of  the suberbs of Courtenay.  -o_.  MAIIHJKl)  Cii*i,'vt'-.--M,'lli,-:l--Ai Cumberland, !!. (.'.mi.I niy Ti, taOU, by  the ii*iv. I), .Mi't.iiiiivr.iy, Robt,  Grieve und AJ'i'.o Neili>', dailgh-  ior o( Mr. Divid Nclli.i, of thin  /���������iff.  Tho Hon. Mr. Taylor, Chief  Coinniip'-ionerol' Lauds and Works'  arrived hy auto from Nanaimo, on  Mgnduy hiRt. Mr, Taylor is here  on tt tour of innpeutioti of this disr  triut, Mr, Woods Inspector of  Rondel and Jlriilyu*. urrived 'villi  Mr, Taylor.  ww ."��������� '   " 0    ���������   Singer Sowing Machines  for  sale on easy terms ut th*? NEWS  Ol'VWE,  TIk' MtfiHcu Nellie and Viola  iMiiftlioiyH have pfiw*wl oxiitnl-  nutionfi In piiui'tiiid tlieory at tho  University of Toronto, with  I'i rut*  *~Srotice-Ta"lToi5Gy glvenniinrTlIirf^  Dnys a������:er date I intend to aptly.., to  ibo Hnuonralilo Chief Connnissioner  of Jwaijila and Works for a License to  prospect for eoai and ^etruleutu undor tho following described lands titautt  iu Sayward Distijct, B, C , oommeacing at  a post oi, tho b->uk of the Campbell Hiver'  opposite the S. E. post of lot, i6-1. Tliencf  due North 30 cnains more or Kss to the  N. E. coruer poat of said lot 104; Theuco  due west 116.70 chaius more or l'SB to tlm  N. VV. corner of ������:*id lot 1G4. Theiu>.  BoutU 30 chains, Tbenoe duo east 00.70  ohaius more or lees to p'.aue of coumienue-  mant.  Dated this Oth day of March 1909.  K' l'RIEST.  ���������mm  An Ad in the News  pays.    Try it.  n  lllnH llUllOl'ri,  i\lr, mn) ili'H, H, C"n and family, ���������loliit   Dontoit,   Ai'ilinr  and  AII.-ih 11.'iti,in, ri'tiii'iH-il mi Monday itiori*f(i-j; Mfli'i' hi- .'iijoyahlc  ^Vi'i'li-'i niilinif ut Ihe la' c,  liirth" On h'idHy. .Inly llOlh,  {.,i the wil'i- of Mr, ill,,,, Uiwia r  iliiii|j,i,ht.  .1. T. l-i'l-loiic nnd   I'n'i* ly  left | ~" **���������-���������---.  hy nut*, on Nnnd-iy, In*-',   for Oys. I 1*'()R SAIy'K--Oiio heavy draught  p'r Uiw,i-, u'lii*r< tiicy *,'l\\ oiijoy u ! ht,r������t.', huriicftii and  jjoud,   cvjiroH*'  AUTOMOlUUvPOR MIRE  at all htiurn, with a careful tlriv  *���������;���������.      |'|    ('     l''ttvl'*, fittttlv-irliiid  American  "OLIVER  Visible  Typewriters  \V,*i liuvo hocn fortn-iKtc oii���������tt*/li tn no-  Oiirn tho i*x,,'l,iHivo*in*tl(iy for tlio Olivor  V'tklble T)|i*.writ*jr, tho iiunlon*, Btrcm������������  (*H<, and m ,������t modtirn of nil tho koo,I  typiiwriloru on tlio marliut nt tho pronout.  timo.  Hid Olivor tllniltilitlifP tho In fTlolmoy  if tlio f|jorntor, by ollmlntU!i*8 nil tiie  wc,Itiv h in that cniisi* ftot Mill worry nv-  w tlm in .olilno, A II tie oil umi p'ftity  ��������� t i*,vori)im) multrH It linpry, bociinso 1, is  llllilit; itnuil^ioii.  Ni,w in yiiui* iipportiinltv lo bottuo a  ty|j,,*vil|(*r of tlio llrfit wu'or, ami ��������������������� eiwy  tiirnu if ytui v/ibli it no.  U'o linvi-' ������, vr-rnl HfPtind-hniiil ni,,f,hlnivi  NOTQ13 is hsroby given that'he ninler-  signed intend to apply 0110 iticinl'i utter  tho date of tho flrnt publiu.i'iou of ibis mv  lioo to thoGriivornor-iii-OiMiijoil iu-appiov  al of tho p)un������ aid sito ,<f it proposed b*on.  ing Rrnuiifl in G���������uox Hurboi jii tho Dis-  ui.tof 0*m*J.v, Va 0M*er I 1<uh1, Bd ish  Colnml-i v.  AND NOTipE \<s ii'b;) kivou thnt a plan  of tbe propi'toil iviij'lia ttufuthur tvjth ii' de  flocip io 1 of tho uito hav*, boon ilppomted  ii the tiill.0 of thi Mii.Utor of Public  Works ������t O'ltitwii, aiid iii Hit* ofllco of the  Diatrio- Hifjiati'iir of Liiuds in the City of  Viot*>rin, PfovinuH r,f liritiali Onlunibin.  Datod ih:* Ifltli day of Maroh, 1001). '  FHA8KII R1VKR LUWRKft CO,  m-mtaam mm mm ��������� mm ������o������^w<|.w  I      TdE ROYAL BANK CF CANADA.  i        ' ** CUMBERLAND.  B.C.,  Capital, 84,600,000  Kkskkve, ������5,3(0,000  Money Orders-''-=-  ������������������������������������^���������^'���������^���������^������������������������������������^^���������������������������������������������,..*  o  o  <������  -.-���������.'������������������  o  o  o  %  Assets,   853,000,000  PKPosi*ii,i558,00().000  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Fiarc*?, Mnrks;  liuhlos   Lires; Kronen, etc.���������:���������    .  Payable All   Over   the   World.  Savings Accounts Open With Ono Dollar' Upwards,  S. A. MORLEY,  Manaokh.  I'  *'���������?  ���������$���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������--���������>������������������#������������������>���������      ^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^���������^  miue^rmmK.-jv a^^^^>e^t^ae^t-*^-iim^*������ec.m'** mmm^ei'eKe-^m'rtrmmWm.yi  Lever Brotliern, Toronto, will send you  free n dike of their fnmotm lMtuitnl  toilet soap, If you niention thls���������i������iijer.  Miss Dorothy and Muster Tlioo,  Urynnti ol! Ltidysinitht nve tho  gtint-ts of Mr, nnd Mrs. John  Mtitthows,  FOR  SALK-/V  tiiiloh   oow,  newly culvod. Apply to Ahx Vr-  (jiiliiiil, OoiirUmiiy, J). U.   ���������������������������������������������  Tho nnw, Dominion Govern,  ntant wlinrfut Union Boy, in nonr.  ing coinplolion,  VlCTOjiuYAOUT CLUB  YOU'ULt HESt mo^E OH  a "Rest More'* Mattress  Insist on your dealer supplying the   "REST.MQRE"  and take uo 0 her. -"U&STMORH" MATTRESSES  can he secured only at the RIGHT PRICE FURNITURE STORE,   where yott will find ci choice selec  tion of Kuniiture and House Furnishings.  mmmmmwminuvmmmmm  timJS^SS^Sm^lltWmWrWMtti  The Rjjjht Price  Furniture Store,  A. ItlcKimiou  H'i'i-1; 1-  ������'Mil|.lli(T.  ��������� *   Mi*, nnd    Mr*.   V>\   Willsinmni  im*l jinrry ui*' ,'innpii)^ mi  l,i, lake,  wncrt'oi*; iil<i������������ n|ino������t umv ilouhli*  four inch tirod wiig-ron, Apply  to Hurt A* lluinhrhik, Uttlo Ri vor,  The Ifilifiwit'j,' ciiiulid >i'  fU I   lilt   Uilj     il . .     , '���������    ,       ill  ,*t   Cniilhotlan'i,     v it-li  pliicc   nci.'iit'y;    i;*.i  Thos. K-*-bin*-ii, ,-,;**l' ,*!  j.ilin H"H/h, IVt������ '������������������������:���������' i ���������  '],ji"i''������t, J*������!iu   I'- Iii '  fV!" **'d-'-rot '>TS'4'������������������"*' '  \ )���������,.:< tt. ];fi io I'i rod 1,  H,v  i..,M-..vv:iiK "'-���������'������������������ lil  V  >!" !���������*���������*���������-,.,���������Hitr  i: I"'  |-|IPI     l������*  "S   'l,'l.������-|  ', ���������  . I  , if,ill'. I'  tool-1  r.t-iiiv  j'l'I't'S.  , ,1'iiiii;  \|  '1,'illl :  V.    Jll    J  Iln mi  '���������s. h,  Comox, n, 0,  aamwew*mrm*mweaweM'  j The  Yiiflili*infin nml  Innnoli owner**  dosirotiH of joining the club, may  for mile of othor nmkm, tilionp, Wiito u������, |obl������iii iipjiliciilion forms Jrom U,  Lowollyn Wood, Comox.  N. JJ. Memhui's vUiting A. V.  P, Kxportitlon aro exoinjit from  litii'boui* diicw.  P, Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  ���������^���������������������������������������������'IMM*''-''-'-'^^  ������������������''1"*>������t**P*WM-*r-*'^MWWW^MMWiM,|,|||||||,w,l,,|W,w,  Dunsmuir avenue;     CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ���������9At9������������MM������������aO������tMttM  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OKNTHAL OYOLE  DUPOT,  UIO Oov't., Bt , Oppo*������i*o 8ptino������r's  rjr Onr* \n thnTlonoorntcvfiln Btorn.  VIOTORIA,       B. 0.  If you get it ftt Plimleys, it's all  right,  Pilsener  Brewing   Co.  ��������� ; vviii in-' piep-uud to supply  :-~ -  v >  i' i  on. or :iV������ut July ivt, 1909���������-���������  ORDERS M\Y  HE SI* NT HY MAIL, OR AT TI!  Ol-riCiv.    REI-RIGHUVmUS SUPI'IJED  OHOHRS P>OrnPTUV ATTENDED   TO.  Mr, \*\ (\ Stowitrt, of Doumnti  iBhmd, wns in town thla wook.  Mr, T. J),  Mi-Ei'im i������ having  hin hr(,iui������i-n iiniii'iAfil,  Mr. and Miv, Kriuik ilayii������.'s nit*  oxpi'oii'tl In 11 jt\v dny������ fn,n> thu  KuhI, imd wilt nmkii tlu-ir home  in (himhi'i'l-md, initio iigitin.  COIBERLAIfl> TAILOR  S, ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  mrmmim  IP    YOU    WANT    GOOD  ,'PUINTING   GO    TO    TII Ii |  NEWS, I'lRST.ri'ASS WORK j  ..-.���������u  1,-idh1*?' niirl  GfntlpinMi'i* Suits  Mnde  to  Order  from 830 to -83s    AU Work Firat t)Jns������  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  *>*-������->-vv<*"***-������'-><������c $$v*������4> *���������������*���������* ������������������������������������>���������*>* *������������������*���������-*���������**    '^mm  I WMlo in Cumborlaiid Doal With  I        Comox Co-operative Society,  * DihIi-u iii l-'it-hh um! 3..H Mt-.tti.-iu1. r..rai ProJixc        S  ��������� All OrdtTM Promptly DtlUertd. g  i R. Wftbster, Manager. ������

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