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 /  ���������    v    ..'  -AS  ..SI  ^to>������  A dournal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  Thk Nn\vs, Eightfjsnth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1909  SUBSCKll'TlON $2.00 A YfiAU,  puraMtmauufenw  sE^^^aaisas^^ ^WW********* ������$jw**w #ft-*55*ep #jsgrf*������s������)*^&*$e3i������i  The Biggest Money-Saving Event   of the Season......  . . Come to The . .  ig Store's  GREAT M!0=SUMMER  S  Prices cut in'all  Depart-  ..... menus to Make a....  SPEEDY CLEAN UP  Never such a chance to buy good Reliable  .... Merchandise so Clva.ip....  f^gP See our Large Show Windows and  Handbills for   Prices  aud   Particulars.  twt-HSJwa_MSJKrTKtra^_r������%a_jf_3������������*nt������r������  (Hall  "a per  as  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Varnish, Stains  aud Baplac, which makes old furniture like new.   '���������"'',  Simbm Leisef'&'  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  aad for 1909  -Pishing-  .CUMBERLAND  jenaw-y.n^usw 8a$23EBs%&<  X  9  IL  Ou and after July ist, FlVH  PKR CKNT CASH Discount  will be given to all our customers who pay their hills iu full at  pay-day. On all cash purchns-  es on delivery TliN PKR CENT  will be allowed.  The above discounts will be  given on all goods except v sugar,  flour, feed and can vegetables.  AH groceries will be sold at  regular prices, and we will maintain-our reputation for quality  aud LOWEST PRICKS on nil  other Hues wc carry.  None of our customers can expect to tako advantage of the a-  bovc liberal discount* while  their overdue accounts stand 011  our books,  A full nud complete stock of  Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and  Shoes etc., will hi carried to en-  cble us to supply hotels, boarding houses, lumbermen etc at  shortest possible notice.  J. McPHfcE & SONS  Dunsmuir Ave        Cumberland  _������agsiet  Casjb. Store  Takes  First  imi^limtKSSbmSfiAxe^^^m^^^ (ftfttf&B&tp  D&th Reaps Another.  1   in  lMKMWll������a*MfMNI  ������w*^/:  r  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING W0RK8  Agfents for Union Brewing Company's I5KKR and  1'ORTUR.      Wholesale Dealer* In all Kinds 0!  Wine* anil Liquor*.  ^* amm ^m, ^*m m. * mm\ MwiMMMMi  SECOND    STREET  a*  I  It is with deep regret that we  chronicle the death of another  one of our most esteemed and re  spected citizens in the person of  Mrs. Jane'Williamson, wife of  Mr. James Williauisou, of this  city. The deceased lady hail  been enjoying good health up to  a .short time before her death,  She succumbed to her illness at  the Union & Coniox Hospital on  Friday last, June 23rd. The  funeral took place from the family residence on Sunday, at 3 p.  in., to Cumberland cemetery aud  was largely atteuded. The Rev  D, McGillivray pei'funu.d llic  funeral obsequies both at the  house and nt the grave.  The pallbearers were, William  Hutton, John Ramsay, William  Keennu, Dan Stewart, J,Wilson,  W. Bcveridge,  The following is the list of floral tributes:���������St.' George'* 1'ivs  byterian Kadie*' Aid, eio-w; Mrs.  J. Robertson, bouquet;  Mr. aud  Mrs.  lleveridge,   bouquet,    Mr,  and Mrs. Dim Stewart, crussjMrs  lMauey, bouquet;  Mr. and Mrs.  H. Creech, pillow; Mr, and Mis  James Brown, wreath;   Mr, and  Mrs.   Win. McU-llau, lionq-ic*!;  j Mr. aim Mrs.   ams,  ciu..*;  .ui.j  and  Mrs.  j, -uiutspi.*, wicaiitii  Misses Annie and Maggie Hay  man, bouquet;   Miss Janet Hav-ljfj  mau, boqiift;Miss Martha l!tm-i$  den, bouquet; Mr,  aud Mis. J-'.  Mitehel'. wreath. J[  CARD 01-  THANKS       j  I dcviW. U, V.kkv. this uppu'i'.'ii.,  I i������v   of thanking   all   the  kind;  j tthuds who rendered utsi.-.i.uK'*.  and sympathy   in  my sad  1<������;\  and also for tlie many beautiful ���������  ' floral tribute*. I  JiJ'K.S \\'t f.T.TAM.Snv       I  ealtn Report,  of the City of Cumberland for tbo  half year ending June 30th lDO'.t,  To tlio Mayor   and  Aldermen of  tbu City of Cumberland.  Dear Sirs:���������  Notwithstanding     unfavorable  conditions, the public, health for  past half yonr Iiiih been good,  Contiguousdisoascs reported:���������  Erysipelas 2  Tuberculosis ..1  Chicken Pox, t'ow sparodic eases.  The two chiof dairies, supplying  milk to the city, aro being inspected monthly and aro gradually  raising tho standard of cleanliness.  A recommendation, ns to safeguarding iho public against dh  iiiisii triiiismlfclcd from diseased  cows, was eiiibodiiid in my rtii*t������ut  dairy report,  Thu Isolation Ilosjiltitl though  Utile used of Into, demand* eon-  hidui'iition. The only room linbit.  ablo in winter, is draughty ami it*,  walls lined wiih imiHii' tacked on  in siiinll   HectioiiH,   thus  making  uxt^J**tazxai������x^S������imaM&'taVMH^.;  thorough funiigntioii-of the ronii  impossible, Wero tin* walls iJitiiilli-  ������������l .with hci.joiiiiiI hunlior ami  puintod; both tha iibovi* dnfects  would be remedied uud iln*. objections,    regarding    aci'itiiinilmiiiii,  ***mWmmmWm*ift*y*jm.^^  |9   ^.3������<  Big Summer Sale  mow on .  and -will bo continued until further notice. All Sir-u-/,  Linen and Canvas Hats at HALF PR lli;.--Big Reaction in Whilewear. Bloueea, Coreet Covers, Ni.-y.ht Gowns,  etc.���������1000 yds English Print, regular ioc, oo enio at lOe  per j-d.-���������100 Remnant*, in Prints, Flannelettes and Cottons at loss than regular cost.���������Boys' Bummer Wash  Blouses and Suits at Prices to clear.--Children's* Sandals  75c a pah*.���������200 pairs Shoes, Men's Women's and Children's Shoe?, at half regular prices. ���������   v  Don't Miss the Golden Opportunity.  J. N. HcLEOD,  THE CORNER  STORE  Dnnsinnir Avonue, , CUMBERLAND, 13. C  <H  SOm-SJ-EEZSSSZSSaStaS^i^SOSmm^  \ Wedding Gifts R ?S^  Prices asL6was$l.oo and up to $250  STERLING  SILVER, SILVER   PLATED  =G������eE>ST���������AND==RlGH=-GyT= GLASS ~=-^���������\|=  The ;tfetbelei*    ;    .  Next the Royal Bank     Cumberland, B. C.  made by thoso about to bo re-  m'.ovod to the Isolation Hospital  would no longer bo valid.  Tho wator supply pipo to tho  hospital lies on top of tht* ground  for a considerable distance, Uiuk  practically dopriving tho building  of wator in frosty weuthor, as is  doubtless w������ll known to you. The  city si*woi'-, for tlio most part, uio  in a humintablo condition; tbo  present eystomof wooden box sew-  di'8, from-a sanitary standpoint,  stands condeitiued, and it is hopud  tho Council will endeavor to spuod  ily oomplito the system of tile  ilrniiis already Ixigun,  The oity was recently honoroH  by a visit from Dr. Fngan, Secretary Pi-ovineiul Hoard of Health,  who 1 undo a thorough inspection  of Un* sanitary condition** of the  city iin������l adjoining district, While  hero bo Hucwdod in arousing con-  siiJonibln Interest in matters'relating to the publio health, moro es-  pacially regarding tho pi-ceaiiiious  to bo taken for prevention of tu-  bi'i'iMilnid-i and tho splondid work  being dono at tho TiMiKjuille t>an-  ituiiiim fur euro of tho t-nuio.  U,'-.po..tfully subiiiittod,  (ti.i.lv. MviNAiiiinroN, M.l>.  Mind l''i**.vmiiii arrived  lny'is boui.  ������y Tue*  LOCALS  Tho Misses Jessio and ILizel  Frame who wrote at tho McGill  University entrance exam at JS a -  itaimo, received tvord that 11n-y*  Jmd pasft'd oxceodingly well in  ovory subject choini,Ary, and only  'fiiiling. by M low points in that.  Tho Misses Frame deserve great  credit, as through soim> misumit*,-  standing they hnving to write on  oloven siibjocts, whei'ijas the olln-r  mati'iciilatiui) pupils only wroto  on six, They will havo a chance to  write on that, again at any suiw  qneiii exam,  I'ostntastor Nunns it;  iiv.iailod ,  in tho new (Ki.it. olllco,  and whon  tho furnishings aro in, will be very  hiuidsomo and notiinioiliout* quur  lUt'S,  Kortim Iii'olhors havo been 11-  warded ihocoiitniotfor the Churoli  i*f Kngland  purs "juigc.  Mi������*s I'.rowii, at pioiHMit iiursa  in th������ (', ������*.' H, ITofpitnl, .vas appointed illation nt Monday night*  meeting   <N!i"   lm-*piial   board.  Mrs. tJautcr,   of  l*ndystnitlih  wh<������ has been visiting Mr. audi  Mrs. J.hiddle, icturucd for homo  by WeditcHctuj's bo.it.  ,Mmmmm99l  n  Of all Dressed Muslins, Prints, 4 Ginghams  ������*^r������F������",^.Tyflffartf_gf>  Fancy Figured ond Ploin Mutlins.  ll������r/U'U.-jii'ic.J 1ft to40������ iwi 11 ��������� ���������'."������������������  All Fnu.y Ore������������Olnghm*.* and Duckt      -2 I So  LitUea' Vtidotveata, Kogular 3S A nOo  ���������*      too-n tlktnn   riZ)  NOTICE:----N.i   ud*    will   be  j diRfigt"*! ;ifkr Mo:id.iy i*o <������of���������������;.' '���������  ltih������x)HK. R .jrulrtr 36 i������n4 lift**  Mnn't L������Uf*-i ������Ul<������     toriidr,    ..    75c  fir  lCr 11 yard  W f  ���������m'T4mr*������.x?*.Tt.zJzr:iL' :*��������� <i.:.**.v  ,vr"\,r*iiC'*/.  ���������% ������/   r ��������� . r ������s  .lU '%*l - :i  ������_.>������     jm mi-mt'  ���������f-S '*"*.  ,*"*  ;s--mVi.* ���������w/M'.'-Vfr: r--*  4 THK   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  The Cumberlard lm  i-si.*d   livery   Ti'tsdi/   bv   the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This paper *will.n<*t hold itself  rt-spoiisibla for ihe opinions of oth-  hi*^, as may appear in its columns  from time to time.  TUESDAV,     JULY   27, 1009,  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that mi npplio-tion  -will ba wade to tin, LegUUx, vt������ AfBMnbly  of He I'royio-eof Btiteb (Jo.uwbi* at  ts o*xt Sssioh'for nu Act i-.i'orp. rptinv.  The Campbell Riv<>r IWi*r Cunpaoj-,  Li-rite.! with h!1 tbo poneta ������>ve to power flumpnniea under th- "Water Act,  1009," ii.nl f r ihe purpose of c .nfoiiuiiiK  to the t'nmpboll Rivur Tower uorapauj,  Limited, a. Company ineo pwiuteJ under  the "Cr.mp nice Act, 18ilV ��������� n the 17th  day of Ayri', 1909, all tbo limits, powers  and privileges continued ia lw Com-,  pwy's Mftmnrnudum ol Ass ������������������i:i*iou,which  are uet out in issue cfUioHritiKliColumbia  Onzelt. of 22nd day oi. Ajil,'OU at p.gta  1567 nnd 15C8, and also nil- iva:er licences and 1 rivilegei h(iiet>-fore or hereafter 1< c.������ted or a. plied f.,r or obtained,  and i.������ particalnr, but n'.-f '.���������.<* us '6 liutiti  tho pine tlilyof the for-goi-i*. for the  foilovriug purposes:���������      ������������������'������������������    ���������   '   '  (������) The ouns:ruclion i-r ������per������tion of  work:* or the supply ot utilization of water under the "Water Act, l'J'M)."  (b) To apply foi-and o tain under the  proviiH.ua of the "Water Act. 19(i9,"  or to purchase or?other\vin.i acquire, water rcc-rds or water lice c- b.  (c) Ti������ supply water fo: d.unestic pur-  po.e������ ns defined by the"W UrAct, 190U"  tupersi-ns,   companies, iiico puriiU-d end  J nninoriiporated niunicipalit.iet*.  (d) T > m ���������.-lufacfciire an.* supply gas to  -consuiniejBj.ftiii.for.auuh.jiiiCjioio.tusjbaild.  nuiu au and operate ������11 lieesjiiry build.  injj., machinery aul pla.it.  '  (u) To construct, equip, operate and  mHitstain telegraph ^hnd -telephone systems nnd linen.  (f) To 0'null-not, oper.t* ami main-  bin, cud improve houses, f ic'ories, ware-  hous������, shops, wharves, bin'iili g������, oreo-  lion-*, work* and conveniu ueb' of all  U���������d\  {g)   To eotatruct, opo-ato and main-  tain eleotrio works, pbw'r crks, godotn-  in������ plaut aid such other 0 uvouieuoec  as m.y be necessary for fceiurating electricity.  i;h) Producing power in i>ny manner  and uf any kind.  (i) Generating elcctri ily for light,  beat, po..or, tho i)por������ti*in nf motor*,  engine* and machinery ot ull kinds, propelling tramwavB, driving, 1 ituling, lifting, ciiiHhiuK, smelting, drill' g, nulling,  ot tot nny other pmpose fur w liich it o������h  bo lined, either nlor.e or iii uouuection  with nny othor power;  (j) TraiiHiiiiitlng < leotr*c y or any  ttm ot doToloptd p < *��������� >-.���������������. m> tba the  ������t������mo im>y buu*d by uuy n.iiiiiolpiiUty,  0 nipuny, oorpointioii orpuivn.  (jj) V������i n.uilorlng water a ,d water-  pu-*iT available lit uh<, mi, I cuti m and  (iui'hhotiin by er������^llug* Jinn**, inorea.iug  tho held ot wutoc in nuy t xi Mitf b *ly of  wiU*r, "i'(X'()''.iUng the * re< inere-.f, dl������  vening tl*������ w tor.i of nny 1 tn*. in, pond,  i.i- lalio, imo any otber olii.u.n'l or elain-  iole, \ui\t-S *'1' <wltig any line ot llume,  pipe, or who. -wrist* uot h|������ rny rooiway,  nnvtutr, ..Hiioduct, voir, w ... I, hidlding,  in* o-her i������riH*ti<*n or work huh may lio  rr'i'ibi'd iu ctniiinotion *��������� ili li.e impiove.  in������..t nnd uto cf the naid v clcr -ml wutor  power, or by MturhKi ici.u. i >;, exUnd-  iiiK, improv nm, inpaiii'ii.: or in i.itniuinu  ������ny nn. i-uoli worl.s, or v.<iy p.nl thereof,  {{) CompreiMi&tf air kim \wtig the  run 0 f'*r til pupoufi,.  (i) 11.ci. k. uioiiiiitf, I*,.inr, tit i 11 g,  mnin'.niniiiK and npairlug tleitrle lines,  liiiuunmliitnrii, NtoiiiQe bittteruK, olnotrifl  unblt'H, nwi''������i wiimi, pipw, ^witlnaeon-  mn i.mn, liriuiuheH, electrie iimtnra, ilyna  mon, oin;ii.eii,iii diinert or oU.wc iipparatm  or devioiH, uuts, diauiH, ������nt r-uoiusMi,  p\pe , point, build iii;! aud t n-r ������rootiou������  ������vit wi rljx, a*nl treoiintf mul | |.eit*g ������oy  eleotrio liun, mblt*, in ��������� n uin*. or other  iU>i*tr*u in p������rhtui Ai v. or !.���������������; >w gi-uiitul.  (in) Ciiiirlrii.liiiu, tiiiiiuuiiinuK nnl ,\>  fr.iiia? kiiidU orduub t'li..iU, ur lariul  * r olln-r trnmwi*y-������, witb tin* intu-uwRry  >l������! "t.i ti' il tii-tiini'K fur 'lm nn.fiip*  of nam OHnin������i������ unit all llinW "f y������*hluln*  cipihl** of Ini ik tcml upon or 10 oodum.  lion withatr*rawny, npn, ������l tig, nerou  uruler * r alto?* any I .i)d������, Mrf < * nyt*, rueia  tlrvoU, brdms, wiiioh ������r. in iln* line of  t !��������� tr������mw ,y int������. d,������\ to li^ Imilt by th  pnw r 0 iupi.iiy,anil 1������ en <* .mmUin aid  rup.i r \v I h a il *ir.J i. tli- li.eoftlie  tri.raway i t������n*l'**l t.* Im bnill,  (uj To uko, tr������' nd t a il i'-r'jr panaen  gnte, mervhandre and toMa it nil kind*  nu llm tmmwuy, by mjf nioliro po*.  11 w u*-������i.l ot tt.it \u*f ho ������'<<- **p.i������ dla  oi.iaiwd.  i������i) -*ii|uil>t>iK 0 otiuuuii'is ii It AvAcki-y,  eumptamtd tit, or nn; ������*t ��������������������������� ������ ut of dm-  ������.iopel poirer, w*������������lb*r ���������������������* N.i**u ������r a*-  U   ordaili������fwtr������l.  (p| li> tuavt, t*.awitain amt ������rfi������ir -aoea  wir.������4oJli'#^ f������r������j������ pntp.nnd time.  hm UM *UcU*4ty, ������r any -,t er p���������*rer  nr t-Wptwum or telienrepb ���������������������������������������������*., npo*  fllo if. anion* nt fbttfa ������t>y ������'*��������������������� Lauda,  big ���������***>*. teaAt, tttrtrtm, l������ i i**. ������nrt fir  I ���������* ������������ anf atlxr ptirp *������������t ���������pwa.btaak  V b*,H *ejtm t*m*l* ������������������l ���������"'' ������������������*��������� aoamra,  m U-u if ������ii-Ua ol  a*****" tirwmi aay  such highways, roads and atreeta.  (4) To erect poles, posts, pilhrc, lamps  Klo';es, And auy other apparatus in or up-  i n l.ife'lr.vajs. rotids, streets Or.' budget?,  or aK������iu*)t any wait ereetui on the aatiie or  adj iiiins th;'r.-to?'       '���������       "    ',"''  (qq) The use <*f water or water-power  f.ir hydraulic minium purp>8(8 and for  niillini*, niionfacturinir, industrial and  ntechanical jmr. ones, oil������rthn*u the goo-  eiation of electrioii^.      '  (r) To d*g tteuchea and drOna nud  therein to lay oablts, lines and wirrs, aud  to put olw-trlo oablea, lints, wires, aw it  ctu*, aod c������nneotiBg buard* from a*_> ca-  blen, imve and wires in, uuder, along, or  aomsi all roads, highways, strevU and  l*rdgcs, and from time to tin* out, alter,  remove, replace, repair and r<lay all or  any such cables, lines, wires, switches  anduouueuliiigboarda, or other apparatna.  (s) To acquire by pun-haae or otherwise, ths right t������ nae und onj.iy electric  or ������uy other power already developed by  others at any point or pointa.  (t) To construct, maintain, alter, ro-  pa r and renew devices for meamring  light, heat and power.'  (u) To Bell or let for uso, light, heat,  power, and any aud -11 devices and appu  alus use.' foriuieasniiug the sime, or oh-  erwiie u-ed in oonnec iun. with the company's busiuoss and works.  (v) Tutix'ratea and charges for the  use ot light, heat and power, and tbe  oa'rriago of good, 4nd pasaengers.' >  (w) To roquire ������11 persons attpplied  with eleatiic light to place and use onl\  >uch lariipa and Appliances as are apprtv-  >dby the Company.      .',.-:  (ww) To sell, assign and transfir to  any ether company lawfully empowered  tn that behalf it license or licences, undertaking and works,  Dated at Victoria, II. C, April 26-.h,  1909.  BARNARD & ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the applicants  Ulhenyoa Ulant a Good (Deal  Go to  The  -K, AIDA, PROPRIETOR.  Dansniuif five.  GOT HIM CHEAP.  The Way a Famous 8urg������on V/aa One*  Cleverly Jrlcked.  Blr Morel Mackenzie once received *  wire from Antwerp asking :hhn, bis  charges for a certain operation. He  replied ������500 and was told to come At  oijce.  ^ben he st^PP^1 uP������n the dock  be waa met by three men in mourning,  who informed him sadly that he' hod  come too late, tbe patient had died  ^ said the* spokesman of tbe  Mwaaaatt imtytm your full pm,*  ���������itm*- did.   "And now," said tbe  '?4$tnce yoo we here^wbat do you  ���������n'^Tlsiting tbe city bbepifil nnd  ���������tftiag a clinic for tbe benefit of our  local surgeons!   It Is not often they  have an opportunity of benefiting; by  such science as youn."  Blr Morel said be would gladly com.  ply. He went to the hospital and pet-  formed rttany operations, among whttb  were two of a similar nature to tbat  for which he had been called for.  When he bad finished all thanked bim  profusely. On tbe steamer going home  he met a friend, who .bad a taurines*  hobse lh Antwerp.  "Pretty scurry trick tbey pl*y������d ������H  you, Sir MoreL" '.'.        '"'::  "What do you mean?' asked tbe ���������u^  geon.     ;  "Told you the patient died before  you arrived, didn't they?'     *  "Yes."  "Lies. You operated on him and a  friend with tbe same trouble at the  clinic. Got two operations ;fi>lr one  price." '     ' ���������    ���������'.'  -:   ,;    :''  HE WAS EXCITED.  And Yet He Was Making Only ���������Vary  ' Reasonable Request.  It was n, dramatic scene, pregnant  with the tnbst tragic possibilities.  Thus thought a witness to the meeting  of three Italians near the bbj^ express  depot at Fifteenth nnd MnrWet streets.  A man and woman who weife deliver  Ing a trunk into tbe.handi of a clerk  were suddenly confronted by another  man, wbo wns highly "excited. He Approached the .WPUVtu- In voluble Italian he raved andjwore and pleaded,:  while she shrilled equally excited.answers. ; The 'other man stood ba<k  against the wall. ht9:nrms folded defl-  ,antlT������-hl9_bead sunk on hia chest  It  Locals.  Miss Edie Smith, daughter of  R. J, Smith, of Liftlo River, and  former teacher in pnblio school  hero, was in towu on Monday last.  Miss Kmith who ban lately been  touching school in th-? "pper conn-  tay, ia no\f home on her vafat'oi:  aud speaks well of that jwrtim. ot  B.B.  Snperintondent F. D. Little and  Mies M, Little arrived hy!" Tuesday's.-boat.  Miss Ilalcrow arrivad home by  Tuesday's boat.  0 ������. '��������� * *  Mr. Hugh Stevvart, of Vancouver, forinerly of this city, arrived  by Saturday's boat and is renewing old acquaintances. "Hughy"  looks as if city life ;agreed with  him.  II. Vaughn was a passenger by  Tuesday's  boat.  Miss Rhoda Bickle we regret to  learn is ill with' scarlet fever.  Lieut. Governor Dunsmuir was  iii town on Saturday, last.  Sam C. Davis, sr. and Mra. J.  Nord were among the arrivals by  Thursday's boat.  Mrs. D. Anthony and the  Misses Anthony were passengers  by Saturday's outgoing steamer.  persistent Advertising  roducfes  rofit in every kind of business,  The  Juno 2nd, 1909.  Foreshore Lease.  Comox District.  TAKK NOTICK tbat "Victoria  Lumhor and Manufnctuilug Company, Limited" intend ������o apply  for |ietraUi<ion to Ient������o the following  described foroHhoro land**:-  Commencing at 8. W. corner  of lot (4) (Indian Pei-ervatlon);  thsneo north nf������d westerly along  the high water mark to a point  where tbe boom crogHcs sloujjh.  following boom acros* to hi-^h tvaUir  mark; thonco aloni? bunk five  hundrud (.500] loo* to mouth of the  Courtenay or I'tin hedge Hivnr to a  pout markerl [2]j thonce nonb  seventy [70]fcot to low wr.ier murk;  thonce along low water mark to  boom ocroii plough, follow boom  esst to low wator mark; thonce  south and oa uteri v along low water  mark lo placo of commencement,  ��������� ontainlngton [10] acres in.ireor  lew, dMalice about [I] mile.  [*ignod] J, C. HOOKER,  Agont (or Vic oria Lumber and  Msnufaoitiring Company, Limited.  H(*ctiivel June lilh, 1009.  (3w*-**rfUwr\2D  colunins of the News are always open for more Advertisements,    Try a good big ad.  certainty looked oe If doggers were to  bo drawn.' The interesti'd bystander  asked of some listeners who understood .tbe rapidly spluttered dlal&t  what the trouble was all about  "Why." was the volunteered translation, "this woman has run away from  her husband with tbls man," pointing  tothe sulky individual.  "Ob. and be Is begging her to return?" was the next query.  "Not on your life," was the expressive reply. "She has packed up all! her  husband's clothes In ber trunk, as well  as ber own, and be Ib begging ber to  give back at least bis Sunday suit".  Mr, and Mrs, W. Creech, Mrs.  J.  "VV.  Frame,  Miss * A.  Frame,  Miss B. Murdoch and~Miss~V7"  Jones were passengers by  Saturday's outgoing steamerh;  ������  In Jcb Printing we print anything from a  BIG   POSTER  to a  VlHt.IKU    ('AUD.  The News.  an  Mm%  ****f*gm^***e*m*mmmVWn  SEALED TKNUBKd adtlrened to  ilia unber$igned and eaaoned "Ten.ltr  foi electric light fixtutci &c��������� (01 the  l������oit Olflce IluitdlnB CuinbsrUnd, II.C."  will be received until 500 P. M.,.*n  Monday, Auguit 0,1909, lor the  Tl.fl 0.*  U. Hospital  Hoard |wgfk'������"������iluH;  held a  meeting  U������t  evening to     Tvud"f< m}) "*  conttlder   applications for the |io>  ition of nutroii for hospital.  -    ��������� ��������� - -' ��������� ���������������������������  The Rev. Jl. A. R. Ramsay, of  Los Gttto*, C������l- arrivd Saturday  duly 17th, hy & S. Wellingtyn  and ii the guest ol hiahrathor Mr.  K. lUmtay. Mr, Raumay \t  hero for a few day*) (Uhing in II,  C, Wiitcrf.  Indications are that the wed  ding bclU will jtiiglo couaidcra-  bly next month.  ���������.mi..   ���������   e   Singer Bewing Maehittcii for  .sale on easy lenua at the NEWS  OFFICE.  he coni'lflrwl  unlesf made upon, and In accord-  once with noiiditlmi'' contained in  forma furnlihed by Dopnrtmnnt.  VI&V.S &v.i ������*-elrleiittr\n tn he aeert  on application to Mr. Jat. Stewart,  Clerico������ Worki, Cumberland, B.C.,  and at tho Department of Publio  Worka, Ottawa.  Kaeh tender must he aoeompsn  led by an accepted ch������que on a  chafer*! hank, made parable to  Ihe order of the honorable tbo Mln-  Ii*t*r of Public Work*, equal tb tf it  I������r i ent (10 p. a.) of the amount  of ihe tender.  NAPOLEON TKSSIKIt,  Powtaty  Dep������ lm*������it of PnMIr Works  Ottawa, July 13th, 1V09  8KALKDT1CNDKKB ad.liemd  to the undersigned and endorsed  'Tender (or Poat Oflice Fitting! for  tho Cumberland, lt. C, Pott Office  Building," will he received until  500 P. M., on Monday, AugUft9,  1009, (or the work mentioned.  Ttr.dcT? "'IH   n*>t    he   ennttrlefad  oidcaa mnda u\Mti), uud hi accord-  a nee with conditions contained ir.  formi furnished by tbe Department  Plar.a and  apeuifloalion to In*  ������,.i;a on   tr\*\\te������t\r\n   to   Mr    ,1n������  Stowart, Clerk of Works, Cumber  land, B.C., and nt the Department  of Public Worka, Ottawa  Kach lender moat be accompen*  ied by nn accepted cheque on ���������  chartered bank, made payable to  (be order of the Honourable the  Minirler of Publio Works, *v\w\ to  tm p-������r wnt (10 p. c) of the  vtnouut of the tender.  By nr������1er,  NAPOLEON TKSSIKR,  Secretary,  lepur'menl it PuMlc Work*,  O.tew*. July IS. l\m  Baktd Men.  Workers In porcelain factories are  literally baked, but by some miracle ot  use and wout tbey remain sufficiently  underdone to live. At least tf they are  not quite baked they euduro a stronger  beat than tbat wblcb browns tbe Sunday sirloin. Tbe furnaces wherein  porcelain la finished are kept at the  fiercest beat used ln any Industry. A  chain of workmen, tbelr boadp and  bodies awatbed in fireproof garments,  take the finished pieces from tbe fire  one at a time and pass tbom to tbe  cooling room.   Tbe man at tbe bead  Mr. Dewitt Fuller, manager  for the dinger Sewing Machine  Company for Vancouver Island,  paid Cumberland and District a  business visit last week. ,Mr*A.  E. Palmer, Singer Agent from  Ladysmith accompanied Mr.  Fuller. Both gentlemen had a  most successful trip having dis-  osed of quite a number of Sing,  er machines. No machine like  the Singer and you caui buy one  on easy terms at the NHWsOffice.  ������ "'        o *  We print ladies' and gentlemen's visiting cards.  . "|l '   .      . .'**   A .      ' ���������������������������   ' ���������*  "Sammy" Mephistophilcs,  or  tu other words, onr worthy assis  eTSSe cb^be^hTatandi'neaiwI.taut in the '������art preservative of  the furoaoe-cta work tn only fife all arts," kindly presented the  minute abifts.  In his Interims of reet .vw_ . .^���������   *...   r fl.        ..  be lies on a nattrcee drlaklng glau proprietors of this oflice with a  after glass of ko water from tbo hands lovely  mess of trout the other  of a email boy. At Inncbtlme all abbot ,,���������*     m|..,������t.D ������iu*.....,.. >������ ���������i.-���������  tbe chain of men steaks grMWClnolo. daV;     j I,unks ,,fc������������nnmy ������ they  natl Enquirer. made an excellent meal,     Como  Juit Tolerable.  Concerning a certain time serving  Washington clergyman of whom a visitor was one day expressing a harsh  estimate President Lincoln snld:  I think you are ratbtr bttCt on Mr. ���������~������  He reminds me of a man In Illinois who  was arrtsttd for passing a counterfeit  bill. He admitted tbat he had taken It  lo a bank eashler to know If It was a  good bill "Well, what waa tbe rapljr ot  the easbttrr asked his lawyer, "Why."  evasively answered the prisoner, "he said  It waa fttettr telerabis, rsspeeUMe eert  agaiu,  Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert and Mrs  Leatbhend came over the road by  auto fioni tho Black Diamond  city on Sunday last, and left for  home again on Tuesday afternoon,  The ucw Benora Building i������  ^mXlm^mXS^e'i "ow completed, both insMe and  ��������� etergynaa."  At Cloee Itsno*.  MWtu> ts that noglectod looking little  boy wltb dirt over bis facer  "lie is tbe child of tbe noted sstron*  omer wbo lives ever (be way."  "Ob, is be? Come here, sonny. Ran  bone aod tell yoor father be doesn't  need his telescope If be wants to see  spots OB the son.1*  Hia TlreuMe.  rrltad-Don't worry because yoor  sweetheart has turned yea dews since  yoa lost yoor money. There are as  teed flab in tha eea as ever were  ciinifbt ,im*rl Omw-tea. tmt I've lost  ny bait  Ripe Old Afi.  Tittle Wlllle-Iey, pn, whet ts ��������� ripe  eld age? Pa-It's the age, my soo, at  wUeh a nan Is willing to admit tbat  hen net the ealy dried apple to the  pastry.  The Deetef'e Orders.  Ifrv.O'Banrlgaa-Pboy have yesfttth  tUseaapty flask wader th* hahyl Uie.  Omy mtrv 9m*mfa eedthen. BetoM  aa* ON have to keep tM bahy am a  hetflel  Wei to e������tsMa% h������l to aaaee eeem,  his aelghhiwe Is tht  atls������loa.~Tewa*.  outside and prcseuU a very pretty appearance.  ���������       The Cutnberlnud Cafe hav been  most successful since it started  and still continues to do au ex*  celleut business.  V'ui. Clcaictt Is hnvlii-g* \hr*  Uvnl iwrni of his titaWSshmrnt  newly paiuted aud papered, after  which he will have the bar moved and liquids dispensed from  ihe no.,*.. WlkCw v*.u)iLu.������ U  put In shape it will make quite an  Improvement.  Frank Dallos has commenced  to clear the lot next the Wavct-  1y Hotel for the pnrpose of etect-  ing a building thereon.  Mr. Frank Purlrldge has reigned hia position with J. N* MeLeod and Iim nwepted ������ posfffon  with the Union Ray Ct- iperativn  Co., al Ualou Bay.  I THE  NEWS,   CUitBEltLANO, BBITlSIt   COLUMBIA,  S WW P^^KIN INJURIES & DISEaS  A purely herbal balm;*best  thing for tho tender skins of  Children, yet powerful enough  to heal an adult's ohronlo eorej  highly antiseptic; eases pain  and smarting soon as applied���������  that Is Zam-Buk. Remember  It Is purely herbal���������no mineral  poisons, no animal fats. Power  and purity combined I  Alt drvrrtits aaa" starts sell at SOe. m hex.  NOTIOE  Any person, or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  oelonging to tho Wellington Col-  n'ery Co'y., or from or off the land  of the said Company, will -be pros-  ecuted to the full extent of tlie law.  F.D. Little.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  LAND ACT, RUPKET DISTRICT.  ' TAKE NOTICE ,th*t Nimpkuh Luke  Logging Company, Limited, intends to  njiply f**r pormissi n to lease Ihe following cl ecrib d for shore lands:��������� Commencing at a p st pUuted S. uth 45 degree-  15 minutes, East 200 fett f;om rho South  E .st c mer of Indian' Reserve adjoining  the North Boundary of Section 2, Town  dhip 1, Rupert District, Vanoonv-r Islnud,  thence fallowinghigh wut r mark South  69-20 East, 999 minvt-s:;North87 dog ens  ���������20 minutes Kant, 433.5 minutes: South 74  degrees 40 mibuttsi East, 153 ninute-:  North 2*. degrso , 15 minutes But, 700  minutes: Noitlt 79 dog ee������ West. 1294.4  minutea: South 44 degreefl 45 minutea  Went, 7u0 minutes more or ksa; to the  place ot Logimni'g, c, utaining 23 acre,  moie or lew. Loeateil Mibreh 27th, 1909.  Nimi'kish Lakr Logging Co, ; Iho.  Per A. H. sTRACEY, Agent,  ot Vancouver, li. p., L.'gger.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  lementSe  Etc  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-'JLASH  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  UNION S. S. CO-, of B.C. Ltd  Week-eutl Hervitte  between Vancouver,  NanainiO, Union, Coniox, hy  the  steel Clyde built twin set-*  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves V������ueouvor, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday  12 p m  , Arrives Union, Kuttd ly 6 a m  Arrives Uomov,   Sunday 8 a tn  ReiuriiiDg:���������  Leaves Coinox, Sunday 4pm  Loaves Uu;.9a Suuday 5 p nt  Arrived Niunimo, Sunday II p m  Arrives "/aucouvor Monday 7am  Stage leavee'Uuion .'or Cumberland every Sunday tnorui iu on arrival of "COWICHAN;" and leaves Cumoarlnnd Hotel  at 1 p m, connecting with steamer at  Union.  *  *  X  TWO GARDENS.     "vj  WO people would a garden make,  And ono was She, and one was H*  Her plans were made for beauty's  sake;  His plot a useful one would be.  They bought tho seeds and brolte tbe  ground,  And then they waited, hoped and feared.  He of his crops would oft expound.  Then those two gardens thus appeared!  ^  The aun came out and warmed the earth.  And, nourished by the (pentle ralna,  Her bed of panstes sprang to Mrtft.  The othor things made rapid gains.  The weeks wont by; her garden grew.  Well paying all Iter toll and fuss,  Until, when friends would come to view.  She proudly showed It to them, thus:  Vancouver, April 15 h, 1909.  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  H-W-K-H-H'-H*  Prices   and  Quality  I guaranteed  ���������*H-T**HvrHTT  1  Walwortli=Rolston Co. w*  B* S. ROXiSTON, Managing Director.  Vancouver, Be C.  T). Hunden  l It   m.^  diJJJJii  ILL  His useful garden, where he'd worked  And fretted all the springtime through.  Was backward; then It flatly shirked.  As many well planned gardens Uo.  And when the neighbors came to see  They were not taken out and shown  The climbing bean, the fat green pea,  , For thla is how his plants hod grown!  I /       , m , m /,  I  -Charles R. Barnos In Puck. '  -AND-  1 AND, ACT  UUPERT DISTRICT,  'TAKK NOTICE that   Nimpkish-Lake  ���������? Logging Company,  Limited, iotonds to  apply t*.r permission to leu e the follow  ing desoribed foreshore land**:  Oomraenc-!  inj? at a post pl.uted nt the Norh Wee1-, i  ������ rnor of lot 341, situated in  Crown |  Grant20 Rupert pla:rict, VanouverIsland, theuce iu a Southerly and Westcr'y  t direction  olong high water nwk,, lo  a  i   pi int 100 feet Wi6t ot tho 8outh WeBt  o. rninf said Lot 341, tierce in a straight  r line to tbe point of commencement,   aod  outUninK 10.8.npres more or lon������.   Loco-  t d March 2W\ 1901).  NiMi'KWi Lakk Loam.so Co.. Ln>.  Ptr A. H. &THACEY. Agent,  of Vancouver, R, C, l/.ggor.  ������   Vancouver, April 15th, 1009.  ���������fr,I*}"*I"I-I"I"I-I-.M"i"I"I"l"t"I',l,^'^'*l*  mtm *4*-  I Cumberland Livery  and Feed Stable...  LOST or STRAYED-One  cow from Mrs. Harwood's ranch,  has grey neck and reddish legs  below the knees. Any Information please leave at this office.  60 YEARS*  EXPERIENCE  rontHitfli!  Trade Mark*  DCIIONS  OOPVRIdHT* Ae.  ���������ndlng a atetah and Atmiemimei  lertiiliT our oiiliilnti f������e whetUer,*"  ��������� probably. *0?t<������.'ll_Mi.f-Jjp^jj  riwawiu.  Co. rtMive  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   NOTICE..  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Dunsmuir Avenue  * CUMBERLAND,  ������������������f.|ii|i.I.|if..|..|..|iM������|������iH--|'>|������I''?������l"f't'  Tiiia.tftRl.1  " ntanrf ft  tfirnutU  " lha  tuni fin. i'iiimi ntanrf fur.aMul  tuiJSlaotiM. wltlmuteiiame, la tie  5ui������V;r Moortitl  iTWtlnn.ls pk  aunt froa. OIiIm  ...... ....��������� l|lrlJI  Itlmut ���������.,   American.  PnMiiMi������Mr,N(  tXtfkraurftmitiiat'  illMwadailtin.  r������Ht������lr.  .rmi.Ma  Subscribe for  The News  Wwd'iPlwijhodiM,  txtttt*  mie.r.x  mW*9*****9*9*}  eM*$ Cote Root CtKaptwai.   ^^-,^-i-JP"     Hit  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way Ours of  the  Union  Holliery  Company bj^any person   or  per-  3ons���������except tain crew���������ii; strictly  prob.H>ited.    Employees  nre sub-  tc tb disinissitl for allowing sam-  By order  Francis D- Lira k  Mxuarfei..  For Fall Planting  ���������-"m   Imported  BULBS  FROM TIIE     EST  KKENOII-   HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS.  HOME   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English Holly . . . . . . .  Growii in the only part of tlif  American coiitiuont not infested  with tlio San Joso schIo. Our  twos do not havo to ho fnmlgaiod  and oonsoquontly damagod. Full  HneofGiirdeii, Field and Klowor  SttoJs in Ktouk grown hy the lu*i������t  and most reliahlo l'iicitit:C'>aHt and  foreign growers.  Ferti iters, Bee Supplies, Bpray  Pump*, Spraying matorial Cut Flow-  ere, Etc,  M.   d.    HENRY  Oree-bouiee, Seed Houne aad Poit  Offloe Aiira e,  8010 WK8TMIN8TF.il HO AD,  Branch Nursery, South Vancouver.  Vancouver,    -   B. C.  CO MOX LAND DISTRICT.  Funeral Direo!  tor  and   Em-I  balmer  Hau.e Raisins: Rc*J  uewlntc :t Foundationsg  Carefully Attended to  Precocious Knowledge.  The millionaire's ten-year-old son  pranced eagerly toward his father.  "Fnther," he began, bis face fairly  beaming with an enthusiastic desire,  "won't you buy me an auto?"  "What do you want with aa auto?"  Inquired the millionaire.  "1 want to take my girls out rid*  tag."  "I didn't know you had any girls.1*  ���������T haven't now. But If I owned an  auto I'd'soon hare soma." ��������� JUppla-  cott's Magazine.  y  Cniiiberhuid,  13. G.  Tako Notice that Fraser River  Lmulier- Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, I>. C, Occupation Sawmill  and Lunilier Company, intends to  apply for permission to leaso the  following described land.���������  Commencing at a post planted  about" 750 feet distant and in a  southeasterly^irection from the  southeast corner of Lot 82, Coinox  District, thenco 1500 feet South  49 degrcos, ii minutes East,  thonce 500 feet North. -10 degrees  Ifl minutes East, thenee 1500 feet  North, 40 drgrecp, i-l , minutes  West,,thenco South 4.0 degrees 10  inimite* AVest, to point of com-  iiiencinent and containing 17.2 a-  cres moro or less.  Dated 20th February   1000.  FllASKR RlVKIt LUMBItR Co.'LtU.  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kindsj-fVegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will,  sell cheap.  ChiuYkuk,  Sandwick  Enlightened.  "You rejected Tom, you say?'  "Yes, goor fellowl   He waa dreadfully overcome.   He stood right by the  door while he proposed, and as soon  as I said 'No' he staggered away."  "Iicmust have been greatly rellerpd.  tt was all a bet, you know. Jim Sherwood bet Tom a basket of wine ttint  be wouldn't dure propose to you. Aud  they're going to drink it tonight"���������  Cleveland Tlaln Dealer.  -  .      t !_  Giving Advice.  Vancouver defeated New Went  mliiHtei' ������t lacrosse, at New Wort-  in Initir, on Saturday last, by a  score of 6 to 1.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notico that. Fraser River  Lumber Oo. Limited ol Eraser  Mills I). 0��������� Occupation St.wmills  and Lumber Company, intend* to  apply for permission to leaso the  following described   land:���������  Commencing nt the northwest  corner post of District Lot 100,  Comox District, thence north 40  degree* 10 miimtosEast, 1000 feet,  Ihence AOHtli 44 degrees 40 minuted East 0500 feet, thenee South  40 degrees 10 minutes West 1300  fwt more or less to high  water  NOTICE TO CREDITOHS  Creditors of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Eng  land Hotel, Cmnbeelaud, are noti  fied to forward their claims  against the estate to the undersigned ou or before tho ist day  of June, duly verified with par  ticulars of any securities held by  them, and nre hereby notified  that after the said date, the under  signed will proceed to disti ibuta  the estate, having regard only to  such claims as slmll then have  been brought fo her notice.  Vancouver, April 29th 1909,  Marga'rht Taylor  Administratrix  Ily her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Hird,  619'OranvilleSt, VaucouvcrB.C.  Cotonuut-My. Isn't It wretcbcdtJI  stuffy here? I'm all in a commotion.  Plaeftpple-Calro yourself. If yoa  persist in splashing your milk you'll  become seasick,  A Concession.  "Ymir wife Insists tbat women are  always snperlor to men?"  "No," nnflwered Mr. Morton. "The  other day Henrietta was real affable  and patient toward a run u on tbo street  car, who stood up ond took lt foi  granted tbat sbe wasn't as well able  to bang on to a strap as bo wu."������������  Washington Star.  LAND REGISTRY AOT.  In tho m tttor of an ������i<p1ionti >n for T)n|ill������  into CortlflontM of Title t ��������� l**t I.XXV,  ifotltm 74, aod 8, W, fr-*o!i' rial J ami  8, K    friiotoml U ������'f seoiioti'.'8,  hiwnsh p ������, (m������pim O) Ctitnox DU-  tiiot.  NoriUB Is her������hy givon Ihnt it Is my  liilcn iim at tlie n������pi it hit of one inmitli  Iron (Uio *f tlie Arat 1 nl)l'*)*ll*ni lirrent lo  i sue impllojt C rt lUmUs of Ti le tn ������������������  Imivb landa imticil to Henry (holt Mo-  Qttilliin tm the 7llt Notromher, 1803, 7th  ! April IlltrJ,   Mill Hili 0.*tuW   100(1,  umi  m mliereil r������*|������i������livaly I7������i7a, 7<UOo dad  mark, ther.ee northwesterly follow. J nciK  ing tho said high wtticr  mnrlt   to|    Laud HegUlry OHW, Viotoria, U, C,  .   .1... Mi.,{. ,J ,.������,.,.....m.mm.i.miI  ,. i the iMInl dtiy of Marnli, liW!).  to the point or commencenieiit a ' ���������,���������,,-.,,������  Whe Courtenay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every confttdenee lor guests.  k     IVkln   Dneks���������Egg*   for f������Ie]   IheC.uttel Hot^l ter tpwumwi  * from Prlw hml   slock $2.00 per j Vo|W ,w, xht t*^. nf Wmf������ md Vejaet*  '   litti.iff of 11,3.1.50 for two.  [      Toulouae    (ietmmm.\lgga   60c.  i.O&T~-A I'MiiUt of ke)i������. Find  er please return to thii oftico and  a rewartl of $1.00 will Im������ paid.  CONCERT.  8. v. vvoorroK  J.l'^inHlll KVUUill  Ut  il*-".".  ilKifntno of fllMW) foot tttnro ot* lii������-i I  rni'Vilidng 140 ftci't"? rtiorc or h--������  Dnieil the 5th, day of March 1000.1    W.  II. St ringer iipholefciing,  Fk.ii*kk Rivi.r Liihikk Co. Lti������.  Mattn-ftb runkiitgan*! npairs; new   ���������   Li Hinged and Muim-m's  madti to  The Drone.  "Gracious, Luclndti," exclaimed tbe  turasewlfo In suriirise, "yoo say tbat  yonr husband hasn't worked Jn fira  years and doesn't.efoa look for workl  Why, he's a curiosity."  "Yea, maV"*-." sighed I.nelnda as sha  bent oror It..* tub. "nil's a caso ot  wbut dey enll 'Idle curiosity.' "-MIn*  beapolls Joarnsl.  Physical Impossibility.  Mnod-Do tell mo, Allcol Old Oha^  lay go down 00 his knees to yoa when  ho proposed?  Allre-Nonsensst Why, bow could  lis hsve goao down on bin boees te  met Why, I-well, where do you mi|>������  pas* I was snywiiyT-New York Her*  Sid. mmm^m.mmmmmmmmm^.  Ths Ttrnn For It,  "My weight," ash! Ilusklo, "Is txtet-  ty SCO (tounds."  "Yoa mean with all your hesry  tlothes onr qorrtcd Awutn.  ���������"No, sir; that's rny net weight"  "Net? Most folks would esll that  gross."-Cathollo Standard aodTimoo.  Exquisite.  Iln   Oooklng   tbruuxb   hU  gUssr-  Tlisrs's a glorious glacier whleb w������  muao ciiou rvM* a.  Slip  Oh,   won't  It   twlir  n  ^rr'y  Uebfrnnnd to my blua frockt-Mef-  I gendorfer flatter.  ���������11..  jiaMiie will lie charged for at the  standard rate of ioc. a liue.  E. O. Rind������  Pipe lilting am  ���������ot-Ji.  Mra. II. C Nixon  Duiirnnri l������lond.  ���������u ib������ H*r.  ftATtm  REASON ABLB  John Johnaton,    Prop  A novel entertainment will be  given in the Cumberland Hall,  on Friday evening, July 30, in  the form ol a musical concert, j (j,,,,^ repairing.  given by the Balagno Brother*,  of Udyjinith. De sure aud hear  them, ������������ they come well recommended. The programme will  cotHti������ ef wUrrttlon* ������w the piano  Advcrtiwrs will eonfer * favor  hy bringing In *ltHr ad*. ������*���������* l������,������'r  I tltittt Monday, at* i<t������*  will euahU'  att.l vtotiit by ttu k-t couipO'.crp f|l(, .>rjnter!,t *n ,,m.rx it in iln*  Tl������e adtni*iion will be am. (or  adults aud 35c. for children A  daucc will follow lite couccrt.  next 'mm on tho following Tm*s-  lay.  Q. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  A������4 all KITCHEN    UTBNS1U*  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  PrebsWy.  "Men ara reslly sotierlor creatures.*'  -war*nt.r \o w*in������r  "Superior to otber men.1*  A Levar's Complaint.  Ur a������M������lit>ati'a itolnlns soWeo locks (  I used to mtirh a<1*nlro  When elttJn* eMe br *Me with her  fitter* a bl������������in������ are. j  I iflv������-l to ������t*vi������tu witn u**MU baed  Xbeam huntlebeit UrtMs snd areas     '.  Ut Upe vvem aarh tliknn tort '  Ami we������lii������ y������U������w it***.  Rut new atnem faahlen Hm dir������s������a  F*rh \a*y fair imnt pt-a  Hat bead wt*M aMttbaaa* mtjtrt aaA  twtla  ani eott* tn tw In styfs    _  Te ������n ������p m *t*a emrm tm fcea* j  Ataa, t Ae net tore. 7  tor l mat *������ t������i#.������tn������ ttaeat t  AMther wetnan's i.������t������l  .    .       -Ilwtfnrotrs 1 TlTE NEWS, CUMB^RLAMD, BRITISH COLXMIA.  * -������ ��������� v ; v *��������� -���������  J '.'if V v  i V .1.  vt it i; rusential  ^HlfiSfflft^   ,,r in,,A aud somld  won, seen..  IV. "iViUtVt".  that summer lood hi palatable  and nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods is  w%������  ensasea  6,  Tin* Filrittner Brewing Com  pany are now making rapid  strides towards tlie completion  of the brewery. The installing  of the machinery is under the capable supervision ol' Mr. John  Diilman, who is rushing everything for all. he is worth In an  : interview -with a itprescniative  of the Mhws, Mr. IKUnum slat-  el that they expected lobe making ice inside of two weeks aud  that b;cwingwould l*c coHimcuc  ed,shortly afterw.trd;.  FOR SALE���������Tv,*r> houses, sit-  uate in Jtnualem.* Will be sold  cheap, Enquire, P P. Harrison  barrister-at-law-.   ,.  **t  HOUSE CLEANING  Inctead of being a monotonous di'iuljtcry becomes a  pleasure when Sunllghtbelps  you. Remember ��������� Sunlight  does all the work, at half the  cost and in half the  L time of other Soaps.  Follow directions  ity Council  The City Council in*-t in  regular si'ssdon lust  evi'iiing', thero be-  -������������������jnpr���������presoH-t���������AWmnw���������Daniels,-  Bit-.v-iri, Horwood and tho Mayor*  Tl;e ininr.teti ol! previous meeting were read and adopted,  ��������� Amount,, J. N. M-.Uid, ������5.00  It, Grant & Co. S'.y.lS; liluc-,  Li^ht, ������13.30; IS. C. Pottery Co.  .���������������82.87; l::. & N. Psiiiway Co.  5L8.S0; Star Livery SiahhsW.BO;  \V. Willard, 89.25: K. C. Kiudo,  ������fi.55; T. Kodgors, #7.25;.. PI.  Jlollanl, $5,50; 0. II, Tarhnll;  $20,05; v\r. McLelliin, $35.20;  F. Monaco, ������0.00; SO Ul);. Cumberland Newa, 812.00; Sowor act.  $10.20;  A ('oiiiiiiiini'';ii.ion *.va-t roeeirod  from the li. C. 'JVlejiliniic Co.,  tiianiciiifi iho council fur granting  pi;.ivik>;rt.i for fcirt'tiou oi polos.  Ctini-tablo J,,'*'Li!lU..,.-i report,  fciu.ivonj.'oi', jS0i.2D; .i-i^'it Watfh-  jimti, m 20; DogT������N. * 11.00.  Hall rent, $;}.U0; iVIn-u Court,  *S,00; Si-avoii^ i* Duck.:-*, $7.00;  J nines Hrowu wit* appointed  pound V.cej-ji'i' and iii-iiriictod to  m������* timl nil !k(1N an* ii-:ii'ivcd from  CAMVi* at   lli'jllt,  Union Bay Notes.  Blue Funnel liner "Tene-n*" arrived on Friday last, and sailed  Sunday evening after replenishing  bunkers.  "Dola" and scows are loading  today f*.)i* Vancouver.  Miss Clydia Drow, of Seattlo is  spending her holidays with her  parents, Mr, and Mrs. C- Drew,  "Mrs. Butler, of London, Bug.,  is the guest of Mr. -and Mrs. J.  Street.  Messrs Fred Hay and Janies  Uiiggai'f leave shortly for Montana, where they intend niaking  their future home.  Mr. Tlic?. H:*.������������)Ut and Mr. J.  Frame, of Cumberland, fjiont Sun-  Tiay~lIFfrhSr5:    ~    "       ~   ������������������~  Yacht '"Dol.iura." with Hon. Jits  Dunsmuir and party were in port  on Saturday- hut. The*Mi*!c  Dunsmuir und party will enj .y a  few weeltp vacation camping at tl e  beach ne*r Stump Station  Local nine dcio:itud Uie "Stars,"  bhpcbiill team of Cumberland here  on Sunday, hml, nfler a very oiie-  tided game. Score, S to 1. Nine.  innings.; Dave Thoriv-iH actod an  empirei giving entire putisfnotion  lo both teams.  ��������� The Proc-hvterian Suiitloy tc'iool  picnic will bo held ut Ho',met.'  Ranch on Wednesday 28ih imt.  Tho (.JovtU'iuncnt is* lopairuig 'dm  brid^en over washer cru-ks which  will ho appreciuled by all,  ing a sjwail uiimbei* of iisit and the  boats on the Fi-at'tir-obtaining a  few, hns passed and this morning  reports came fruin all quarters an-  iioiincing that tho lish had disappeared.  We have heard a couple of  young Indies complain .of'-Splinters" while ch'.iting the chutes at  Trent Hiver. The above exorcise  is becoming quite a fashionable  passtime.  The SoionliuV Amer.o.n ban fho  t.  following to say rotfardina'the netv  White Biar liner Olympic, now  doing built at Hrlfact, by H'lrhmd  it Wolff:���������"Tho 'Olympic' which  in now untltr construction will pro-  bably not bo in ner vice f*ir two or  Itin.H years. Thii* truly oimrmou-'  vowel will be SOO fuel, in length, 92  feet in bjum, and 04 tool in mold  Medical Uimlth tlClnur Mc-|t,ltloI'lh* The extreme |.ol;ihl of  l>i.������,.lll..uVl..dfyvif!., icnort wa,1 fl,B >h|l������ ^������'������> k"������l   lo roof uf  pilot   t,|V)���������j ' | Ijout-t! will   bolOfifeot   In (..etiura!  jiippo.iranco the 'Olympic' will   uul  I ho unlike tbo '.Maiiietuuia.'     Shu  will nave lour ollip icul  lunnolH,  NOTICE.  Take notice that at a meeting  ol the Shareholders and Directors of the Pilsener Brewing .Company, Limited, held on July 10th  1908, John C. C Schaoor, was  removed from his office, of Director, Manager and President oi  ihe said Company; aud further  at the said meeting Johannes K.  Schuoor was removed from his  oflice as Director and (Secretary  of the said Company.  Pilsener Brewing Company  (Limited.)  Per P. Phillipps Harrison,  Company's Counsel.  ROYAL  STANDARD  Installation of Officers.  -AND WHY IT IS A���������  Better Flour  We u-i selected wheat from the  best whc.it producing regions of  Ihe Canadian West, where tho .tin-  thine is iong, where the soil is rich,  giving lo tho wheat tlntt quality of  gluten which makes the very finest  flour.   This is factor No 1.  Scientific milling which foll.*ws  the wheat step by e'tep, selecting.  oufy ihe boil and puiost portion-  as the wheat grain and making it  into the most perfect flour. ThU L-  f .ctor No 2.  Care exercised in storage and  marketing so that there is no possibility of delerioation from tbe  time the flour leaves ore hands u -  til it reaches you, This is factor No  3.  Now ifn't there a reason why  you slioule ask for Royal S'.urdard  Flour. And besides, In every 49 lb  sack there, i-; a m.inhered coupon  entitling you to a chance to win  ore of en beautiful dinner sets  given a wny each month.  ��������� -Manufactured  hy���������  Vancouver'' Milling"  '      VANCOUVER, K. C.  ^.J.,|u|,i|.,|..|,i|H|������|.,|,i|..J,i|-������i������j>.J������|irJ..JnJ.^  Singer  Sewing  Machines  For Sale  ���������ON���������  ? Easy Terms j  ���������AT THE- J  News Office. ?  * N t  FOU SALE���������tlersy cow, in calf,  also one mare good for saddle or  biiggy���������:Apply l^ews oftice or to  M. Perez, CourtEnay.  ���������    -    ���������  FOlt SALE���������Boarding house  and furniture, a snap, at present  occupied by A. Gatz. Apply to  A. Gat/., or at this  ofiico.  HIGH  SCHOOL ENTRANCE  EXAMS,  Cumberland Centre  Total number of Candidates, 15;  passed, 7.  Cumberland school���������-Number of  candidates, 7; ptissinl, -k - Marion  Mouuce, 780; Oliver Wall, 046;  Eva Bickle, 15:11', Grace Watson,  277;  Coinox school���������Number of can  didates, 3; paesed 1. Horace Smith  590.  Courtenay school���������Number of  candidates, 5; passed, 2. John  Fitzgerald, 035; Lmio Gibson,,  '010,  FOR SALE; Man pr Woman���������  My South African Veteran Bounty  Laud Certificate 0 issued by the  Department of Interior, Ottawa;  good for 820 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alborta,  Saskatchawan, or Manitoba. Any  person over tho ago of 18 years,  man or woman, can acquire this  land with this Certificate. For  imutt'diato sale $800.00. Write or  wire, L. E. Telfoid,' 131 Shnter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  Merchant  TAILOR  ii  hiti'tt ht'injj no I'ii*(I:it biisii:osK|  ineciMiu'.ii :ui join  ',!.!���������  ro;;  i'llll 'd  y<M!*-������i.ltt  Kni^lit, < "inn*',  ���������111...  A ,-i  !   1  ltd Jei'sy  lo John  1.1-   I"''1 ���������>'.'!    I In*.!    li  Ciiiiin l! al th*' I'i.  oi ii  WIH  lll'.VHV't     I'lMVidcK'..   It  tl'itliiu    iil'idj'O    will    lm  A 11 iirI'iin ii*.: 1 !*������' 1 lli-    ..'."���������  ],-.-, j .Nl   ill)  'l|   (���������(���������(���������!>,,\ .'ll   )',    ,   ;  A  *n-  :i- t.i ti  each 2S feot in diameter. Her ft oe  board will bo stounwlmt, Rreaier,k'-  ing, about bi h\t til iho bow, -lo  fi.ct lo tlm level of the main deck,  iiy   eityV!"'- ^'' to ''"' l"Ml ^V{i^ "'n'dt-hip?,  ly biioLH"*1 'l:''fl"11 "l "J ulfc'r",    A Hlrik'  ;        H. itignoveliy will he thr, ptovi-iou of  ���������'nut-nil!     ,    ,      . 1. ,    .    .  ^ jit fin������loj<oli������ m.t.ujfunrnrd  of  ll.tt  '!";,l">' j bridge   At 8f> ft et draft ilia roof ol  v,,i*" , ho pilot lioutiB will bo 70 teet it-  i)itinv.'i.;|)()V(Jt|10 ,altrii  ;. 0 wo- i  ���������1  1   .|.,.i  s  Tin.  m.MuiilUv l-'OR  11 IRK  h*������.Vr,*J, with a cart-fit I diiv  . 1     1  t'  1      c<  ��������� I  ,l*'l 1;'  ��������� Ull  lu  Ji" Vl,"       ill .;;,    ,'X-i ���������-,  r*.i'"is'i 'J !*.- i'i;   ti,  .*   upt'Ii- .  ���������I.-al inv  'il.'C'l  Wit'll t'\  : .vt  ',-i'i-r������   ; u'lVfifin,.   jiIibo '<lni.i--t    **.���������**  M AT RON Hm VI RE U, FOR  UNION.& COMOX DISTRICT  HOSPITAL���������Must he Certiiiod  N4rsei~D.ii.Ues.LoXoniiiiau������e,A.Aigi,  Ist.iOOiJ. Salary 50.00 per mouth  Applications to bo in by July 21.  Address, Secretary Union tfc Coinox Hospital, Cumberland, 11.0.  IN THE.MATTKR OF THE ESTATE OF W I L L I A M    K.  LEIGHTON,  DBOBASISU.  ���������aiid���������  IN THE MATTER   OP  THE-  TRUSTEES   AND   EXEOU-  TCKS' ACT.  NOTICE ii hereby given that.in  pursuance of  Section   83  of   the  TrtislepH'nnd Executors'Act, Har-  nei Leighton,    Administratrix  of  tho above  named Eniaie, did   on  thetUhday of July, 1909, flloa Declaration that the Estate is insuiJi-  cieiit forthe payment .in   full   of  the debts and liabililioi against the  miid Estate,  li'URTlTER TAKE NOTICE  th at a meeting of iho Creditors of  the said Estate will bo hold at the  oliico of 0. II, Barker at N.inaiu.'O,  H, 0 , on Friday  tho 23rd day   oi jof tl"'i������'t'P"������oJ ������urk������ |u������i*ilicr with a do  utriptio 1 of tlio uiio liuvo boon ilopositix'  ia tho '.111 '0 of tha MlnUier of PuUlic  WorltM ut Ottitwit, iuii.1 in tho olllco of tin  DtHtr.e Uipintwr nf hvuU in tlio Oity 01  Viet r.ii, l'i'o"inco t.f Ikilftlt Onlninliin.  Uutti.l ihm IGtli (by of Matcli, IDOU.  KUASEU iUVKH LUMBKll CO,  Notice is hereliy given thttt' Thirty  Days after date I intend to tip ply to  ho llniioiuaWe Chief Commiaaionor  uf Lands and Works for a Lieons'e to  prospoct f,'t coal nnd iJotn.lemn ������u-  der tho ful'o vtiig de^cribod lands Bittt&tc  111 Skyward Disciiet, JJ, O , commencing at  apuat on Iho bmk of ilia Campbell Hiver  oppoaiie tho S, E. p..at.4 lot illi, Theuco  dsie North !10 uuaius mere or Kbh to tin  Jf. K. oornor post of khW lot UM; Thtuco  due west (iti.70 iliuinB nunc op 1 ss to tl..  N. W, coiii*r of imiii lot 1IJ4. Thenc  imith 30 chains*. Thenoo duo easti_ Od./H  chuius mole oe leas to [ilaco of coimr.oi.to  ittout.  Dated this Oth dny of Mutch 1901).  K. l'BIEST.  LADIES' TAILOR-AIADE COSTUMES A SI'EQIALIT  SUITS OQADE TO   Ot^DER fi^D  IN RflV STYhE YOO LU1SH.  PEBFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BER L AND,  B. C.  ������������������������������������������������������^���������^-^���������������������������������������������������'������������������^���������4*  ������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������0^^**<������ 4>4>*>$  i      Tfl������ ROYAL DANK OF CANADA.  NOTU13 is hereby given thai thu undor-  nigtied iittetid to apply ono moiitii i-i''*-.i  ilio data of tho tlr.it publi.'atio.i ol tti in ui  tioo to thoGuvoi'oor-ii.-OiiunoiUo" nppnit  al of tlio i>)������i)4 ai,d nite of a i.���������roj/usud boon  ing ground in Oomox llurhoi lu tlio Dih-  niutof Ojiuox, Va OiiU/ur I.htt.d, lit! isl.  t.'ohun'in.  AN'IJ NOTUIB in n'������> jjiven thnt a pint  July, 1909 at 7:30 p. in.  C. H. BARKER,  Solicitor for the Administratrix,  An Acl in" the Nr.vvs  pays.    Try it.  Cumberland, b. c,  Cai-itm.. $4,000,000  Kkskbvk, Sr>,3' 0,000  t  *>  Assets,   853,000,000  l)KP(>it'i!,Sifi8.000.000  Money Orders-������-���������--  *>  ������������������*>:  *a-  *%*'.  o  ->,  t  issued in Dollar?., Pounds Sterling,   France, Marks,  Itublos   IJres, Kronen, otc.   Payable All  Over   the    World.  Siivii'tf* Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  # S. A. MORLEY,   manaokh.  ^���������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������0������|>*        9*>4>e^4>4>*t*t*r^*>*%^4>A*i*****i>^t}i^  .1  A  ii^ttMtfur^ ������n  Bicycle  Riders  Wanted  FOR SALE���������UIO acres of land  25 iici'tm kIuhIioiI, (i ftiiroH cleared,  I frainn Iioiiho l^ .\ 2o x  111, sniiill  iorchai'd, Kor prirllciilai'K apply at  thin ollltiti or to K, (iriovit, Coin1-  , lenity, Ii. O.  Not only is  it t\   nice   inih.)  [smoke, hut the "(irand Duke'*  Cigar  hns nil  those   necessary  qualities which jjive  8u nuicli  tn not. nu our Mutt* wIlto wc mo ik.i satisfaction to the siiiiuher.  ropri MititoI.     To tlttifo witn v ill mp- J 0  nit. nt. uh in iio*v  tt������rritor������, w������ will  Hiipply a Mimplti whotd ut whult-kub'  YOU'Iili SEST mOt^E Ofl i  a "Rest More'Mattress  Insist on your dealer supplying the "RICST.MORK"  and take no o her. "RJCSTMOUK" MATTRKSSUS  can he secured only at the RIGHT PRICK lfURN.I������  TURK STORK, where you will find a choice selec -  tion of Furniture and House Furnishings.  The Rij-ht Price  Furniture Store,  A. MoKinnon  I  mm*, wmwuti,  P. Phillipps Harrison  ���������**���������  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING,  a"'*  r  OH SAI,K    <)'i*������ hctvy drttud.t  ti hurst-, h.tfnt'hh und  ^und   ���������i.njuvi'h  iliiiibb  MAUSH WON BIG  RACK  ������.������t.     1'iniunitirBlroi'.     Writim*,: I'UO.M   liOWAN  \*t*.. .,,.'. ili.. ninnnor McvHo i.i'noh* nf' \ ".tr*''" mm  th** \Vi*,t. I    ilohit J). Alai'i'li, <if Winnipeg,  i wlnnor of many middle and  long  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C,  I   .il  111     i.pjil!  r.j in; l^t w.u,  itil'*,. .  x,av ;������ii I "'ifi.-t il i ;.!'.  I upi-a td t'i *   p.,��������� ������������������������������������  *-   "���������'. f,,,t,   !i'.!':   v\ .  ',    ���������������  j������l   -.ti-M-fitilt/ I Jit' "it*, *  |f:������'    "OUIi'itii v, il.ot, il  th.* r..il������*n rv.:.*tiiii*-^;.'  r<'pi) ; fniu- ini-h liivd witjt^oii,     Apply  .fi I   iitiiU'Hito Hurt ������V Ihiuhri-'k, l.itth* Rivoi",  ,    i'i*" thai; Comox, |1. (;. .| js  THOS. PUMLEY,  OKNPRAL OYOLIB  DEPOT,  I lip Gov't, Rt., Opponl o Bponoor'i  .1 '     .'       IV , .. n.   .,   . 1���������   ot   ...  llstauco I'liiiriiiigccnntfl, and lindor  \  i  ot tlm world'* m-iml for tho fnll!^  ft.  Marathon dblii'iot*,   won   hi**   12  VIOTOKIA,      Jt. 0. i milo iiiittt'lt race with Alex Rowan,  If you get it at Pliinlcys, it's all | tho lociil runm-r on   tlio   Cricknl  right.  i  r;.n*, tll-lt tl*<*  II*  .n*..i  u*  f  Inf.  1      r       ���������>%.   *-A. ������������������������'.  3       ..i .p > --,11  ts"t������:        ������'" ''���������  '!V.i;  f--(,*o^. :  '     !i������'i>l;r  ��������� i.-f i,t  ii������t)    U'  ��������� f, ll/  ! I :'   i,  .-'.I'-r .ta .  ..  Mt l:.  "*  - t   it  ���������   t   flu-  !..!* i'.  The Pilsener Brewing   Co.  ������������������: will ht* prepared to supply :   Crystal- Ice  -on, ������*r alxnit July i*t, tiy.t)   ORDKKS MAY  UE SI'N'T HY  MAIL, OK AT Till*  oi-iich.   ki;i.Hii,i;RAT(>R.s si;ppi.n:i������  ORDERS P.OmPfUY RTTBNDED   TO.  Gronndft In������t nljrlit by 110 yard*,!  jfltitohlng tlm lon^ grind with a j  bnrot of upt'fd  tlmt   t-iiii'i'ii'ltrtal lJi������*i  ; Kpoi'tatort* who imiuhurod woincj  iWO, The Iih*'!. \,i\,* .'lllti y,od* i..|  circunifercnco i.nd wax lapptnl byi  ilu������ riintio 7^ tiiims iimkiiifi; tin*,  *li������r������ricn tr(������V(.||i*t| by tlit'in clo-ttti  o*i to 12 inih'H, und ������������, tlio inteli]  wns Innvv, tho timo I hr. Vi intn.  * i  mtd 'HI ft*,, h i*vt','p������|(.it!dly ^'ol.  '-"Xa'iniiii'i Ht'rnld. .Itilv tf:t-d.  f.tv.r Hr.itli ts, T'.rf<t!tf\ will nem! ymi  tte,'  i t die td  tMr lammit llnntr.  %i*kk *<*>p, tt |w BKU'^n Ui* p+i*.!..  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Wuirs." und  vicinit-tncn'n Suits.   Idut'tc  lo  unici  from 8jo to $35    All Work First Class  Perfeot Fit Guaranteed.  %n  ���������  it  *>  it  it  t>  t.  t*  o  <���������  it  it  tl  il  ������  it  ������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������*��������������� ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������%  Willie iu Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers iii 1'rtidi and Salt Mtatsuiul Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Jkliveicd.  R. Webtter, Manager.

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