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Array /  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  ��������� ���������    * ���������   ���������  A Journal Devoted ^specially, to the Interest* of Comox District. -  1?  Thr Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1909  SOBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEA*.  ..AT THE BIG STORE..  :  Millinery   Millinery  em*J\f*m*ma*tm*mm*mrm**  At the request received from  many customers we have opened  a First-Class Millinery Department, which is now stocked with  the most fashionable up-to-date requisites in Millinery. This department is in charge of  w*.  ���������  I  f  .  Miss E7Freeman  Late of Messrs Ballergeow & Co., L'd., Sea'tle,  and wbo will be,ph*ased to have you call and give  you tlie latest ideas of this season's creations.  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  '  Paper  Has  gj Arrived  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Varnish, Stains  and Baplac, which makes old furniture like new.  '  and for 1909  ETC.  The Magnet  Cask Store,  Takes First  Places  T. E. BATE  Challenge,  CFSSSSmtOCLsu.  ARRIVED  TO-DAY  FIVE   CASES   OF  Hosiery  Direct from the Manufacturers. These are without excep  tion the FINEST LINE ever  shown in Cumberland.  No. 5 Football Club deposit  one hunched dollars���������$100���������ns a  cliulleuge to the Top Men iu the  employ of the Wellington Colliery Company, Cumberland, for a  game of football for two hundred  and fifty dollars���������$250���������a s id e,  mulch to take place May 15th,  1909, at 5:30 p. ui., each player  to have been in the employ of  the Welliugtou Colliery Company, Cumberland, for thirty  days previous to the match taking place, Deposit will be found  in the News office and must be  covered by May 5th, 1909; the  balance of the money to he put  up the morning of the day of the  match. JOHN MARTIN,  Scc'y. No, s Football Club.  be stopped, us it was not only an  aye sorts, but also a menace to the  public's health.  A committee composed of members of boards of health'and works  appointed to report on septic tanks  reported favorably on allowing of  private construction of such within city limits.  Dr. McNunghton'i report on  dairy inspection will appear in thn  next issue.  A-court of revision consisting  of Aldormeu Bickle, Daniels, Stutv  art, Partridge and thc Mayor, was  appointed and held session Inst  evening. A protest was received  from Jos. Horbury against his assessment to 1750; on motion it  was reduced to tho former assessment $500.  There being no further business  the council adjourned.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  iviwiaiuuii Avvuuc Cu������iibc;*!ar.tl, !!. C.  umui  IROS  \  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company'* I1KKR and  PORTER.      Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ,-G?  City ConnoiL  mtmm  The City Counail mot In regular  session lust evening, the full Board  liti tig present,  The minutes of previous meeting were read and  adopted.  A communication was rucoived  from tho B. C, Telephone Co.,  asking {wrniissiiin of city to erect  poles, enclosing plan of same; pel  mission was granted,  Accounts, J. It, Gray, $t.l0;  .ramus Walter, $1.00; B. C. Pot-  l������ry Co,, $10.10: Cranston Novel*  ty Co., I'J.10; B. Crawford, $18.  Constable Gray's report, acavenger  8100,25; night watchman, 70.50;  C-u-.j.U-!!   U:v., ������.'2~.0')\ f-Hwr,  gei* buckets, $10,85  Chief of Police Magellan's re-  port for March and April, police  court flues, $28.00.  Mr. Shaw addressed thr council  <m behalf of 24th of May commit  tee, asking tho council fur a donation toward the funds of that com.  mitleo of 25.00, was granted,  Mr. Willard also addressed the  ������������������oiiru'll on behalf of Imrehfttnont  Uagne, asking that thi* dumping  cf g.irimgc iiloug Ouusmir Avciiiie  Entertainment*  Miss Laura Duthia, the celebrated lyric soprano of Aberdeen,  Scotland, will appear in the Cum  berland Hall ou Monday evening  May 10th, 1000, under the auspices of St, Goorge's Sunday  School. Miss Dutliie is one of  Scotland's greatest exponents of  Scotch and Irish folk lore and  national song. Seldom if ever hive  W  WE   LEAD   WHILE   .  OTHERS     FOLLOW  pop Stylish Up-to-Date  ���������   ���������  Pay a visit ti J. N. McLEOD'S aud ask  to see their NEW SUITS aud OVER-  COATS, aad i'f'yau cannot be suited with  them we can show you one of the, . . .  Largest Ranges of Samples  of Men's Suitings, Overcoats and Trouserings to be found  in town at very reasonable prices, fit, style and workman  ship guaranteed   .    .  ��������� * * ��������� ���������  L  J.N, flcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenne,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  Agent For Elgin Watches,  IT JCWCUtt  Whia yeur Watch Kaedi Repairing *&4  do-M not ������������������������������ Satisfaction bring it to  STODDART  Jeweler  arid Practical  WATCHMAKER  Dunsmuir Avenue       Cumberland, B. C  the people of Cumberland been  afforded the opportunity of listen,  ing to so pleasing an entertainer.  ,   ..  .,...,.a,-  ,1    ,,,  The following were the outgoing passengers by last w������ek������t  steamer. Mrs. J. Abrams, Rev. D.  McGillivray, Mr K. Hunt, Mr, A  Mrs. Creoch aud Sheriff Richards.  Mr, and Mrs, Robert Whyte ar-  rived in town last wet������k,  J. N.   MeLeod  arrived   home  from a business trip to Vancouver.  We are requested by th* Union  S. S. Co. of 1). C, Ltd., to deny  the rumour thnt tbelr itnaraer  "Cowichan" will shortly be taken  off thu Nanaimo, Union, Comox  run. There is no truth in the state*  ment, Tho "Cowichan" will r*.  main on the Vancouver Island run  until further notice, and it is uot  the intention of this Company to  desert a run that has been so mall  patronised by thu travelling pub  lie,  *,'*���������  NOTICE .,  ���������''������������������-#'  The following will be the arrival  ftnd departure of the mails till fur*  ther notice:���������    ���������-���������-,;  ARRIVAL  TucsdKy 11:80 p.������.  Thnwday  afternoen  Saturday ....,,,  9:80 p, iu.  DKI'ARTURK  Wednesday  C. p, m.  Thursday 5:90 p.iu.  Saturday 6. p,������n.  Registration ou Tuesday will  close at 5:45 p, ni. Thursday; 4.45*  p. ni. Saturday 6.40 p. m.  Born���������On Sunday May 2nd, tha  wife of Chas. 1'arnhuiu a daughter  l\ Acton has resigned hia position with Simon Leiser <fc Co.,  of this city, and haa ncccptvd a position with J, N, MeLeod.  A serioas accident oecnrted  at Comox wharf on Sunday last,  jast as the S. S. Cowlehan was  aboat to leave. Creech tlm, turn  taking frightat the blast of the  whistle, causing tha horsta to ma  away from tha head of tha wharf  toward* the Elk Hotel. An lodU  and bis wife were going dawn th*  wharf at tha time, nnfortiiteUly  the woman wai struck by tht team,  and so severely injured ttet aha  died at tka hospital at Cumberland  nn Mouday. We learn alio tlut  Mr. CJ, Moore's second ooti waa  saverely injured, hia arm baiug  brtken.  CAMPBELL BROS  GROCERS AND  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  NEW GOODS  AT  WA iVl ���������     P17 I in Lu  Arriving  BROS.  NEW STORE  Fancy Muslins. Striped Zephyrs. White lHq������f. White  Applique, Waists. Skit ta. Sun Shades, Embroider!*, Silk*.  i^nrsflTjitii f^m\*'*anAjJ#m* ���������*���������*!���������****  W*JS  NEWS;  CEM^RKAND, BRITISH  CQkUMB&S  Kb OuaitoW Hews  ������**4ed Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Thi* paper will .not ��������� lpld- - itself  roi;>oasible for the opinions of others, as may appear in its Columns  Croat time to time.  TUESDAY,    MAY    4,   1909,  notice.;,.,  TAKE NOTION that a������"application  will bo m*ie to the Le������i Jst.ve APB&mbly  <(ft e Province of B^it^ Ct-iumbi* ,at  i������ n������xt SrBtioB for an Act jjioorporatiuj^  TJie Campbell/River l&yet tiua.fany,x  JLiivite-l ������ithalt tho poyern give,to power iMupauiea under Jtha "Water.Act,  190V," und t r the purpose cf a- itt'txrn\ng  to tbt Campbell Kivor Power ooiapaoy,'  Limited, a Cumpany inoo putHtei under  the-'CV.tnp niefl Act, 18W on. tl������������ 17th-  day of A^ri', 1909, all tUte. rights, pejrors  and privileges contained io ihe Com-  , j>tny'������ M cm-ran dam of Ast- nation', which  are lit out in ksue cttWeRr tiuhColun b a  ������&8e,t oJ 2'2nl dayo" Ap , '09 ������f *P f������  J507*.1 fid 16(8 and alio all w**er i������-  cencts aud vrivilegei huiouford or hereafter li c.itet or a, piled for <>r obtained  ' antl, i.������ imrticular, but in;t to a������ to i iin.it  ,l>fie ���������'jMia..lity of tho for soing, for the  \li ':'���������'' 'sllojvicg.purpoBoa;���������      !���������*".������������������'  .^.If'l- 't.h������ c. ostruction -rr /;pij<!������tioB cf..  "!*.*������������������- ���������- Worifg or tha supp'y *t ut:'iz������>on ������.f water under the 'Water Act, '}W*d'.'m^..  . ��������� .f'������������������������������������(b)   IVajply for "aud oliuiin under the,  provi������iou������cri^hev.;,'^efjj;'iqt.   190^'''  or t<> purah*ge or o-thertfir "acquire, "wa-  ttr reo.rdaor watvv liceuoea.  '", ���������'-   ($'���������'T.������'.Wip;ily Waiter tor domestic pur-  p*.������* aa defined by tie *WuU rAct, lSCfi"  . t<-pera .1.8^ ,cxiinpa!4^^jy^^^j^5l;^nd  ���������iS-^--*>---=iMh-a������j)oratecl muniejjpahVggv m.-a- .^..  ;���������-r---v-'- ���������-'(3)'"' T.> inviufaoiu're an: s������|'p'y gns to   M!������Vfflifi������������i4uA^Lill2lLCMK!^;*L^l'^  uil4-/  sush highways, roadd and streets:  (q) To arret poles, poett, pillars, lamps  gh joa, and any other apparatus In'er up,  r n highways, roads, streets or bridge*,  0 againit any wall erected on tlie same or  adjoining thereto.  (qq) Tl 0 usj of Wi t*r or water-power  tor hydranlic mining purpotee and for  milling, manufacturing, industrial and  ttfeebanieal pur, oees, olher tbtJ) tbe gen-  e ation ot aleotriclty,  (t) Todg trenches aiid drains and  therein to Uy eab)<-o, lines and wire*, aad  to put electric cablet, Iiuw, wires, switch**, a������������l dnneotiog board* from any o������-  bles, lints and wires in, under, along, or  auroai all roads, highwajs, streets aud  bridges, and from time to tins* cut, alter,  Mnove, replace, r������pair and May all or  pay such oublos, lues, wires, switches  and ojanectiug boards, or other apparatua.  (b) To Require by purchase or otherwise, the r gbt t* one and enjoy electric  or any other powor already developed by  others at any point or poiuts.  (t) To construct, maintain, alter, repair and renew devices for measuring  light, heat and power.  (u) To aell or let for use, light, beat,  power, and any and all devices and appar  u'.hn use ��������� for measuring the 6������me, or o h-  erwisa uted in connecion with the company's business and work*.  (v) To 61 rates and charges for the  use of light, heat and power, aod the  carriage of goods and passengers.  (w) To require all persons supplied  with electric light to place and use only  <mob lumps aud appliances is are appr������v-  ��������� d by (he Company.  (ww) To 8111, assign and transfer to  any tther company lawfully empowered  in tb*t behalf h lioeuie or licences, uu-  dtrlokinu >nJ works.  The local fang w,v.-;*- d efeate  by.he Coniox nine at Como:,  Sunday May 2nd, score being 6 to  4, nine innings, the game beiug  rathor slow and uninteresting from  a spectators standpoint, but with  moro practice no doubt both teams  will give a better exhibition in the*  future. Win. Miller actcuas um  piro. Tho local nine meet their old  rivals, t*Overau of Cumberland,  hero on bunker grounds May 9th.  Mr. John Humphrey, of the  Wilson Hotel, has quite recovered  from attack of rheumatism, and  wearing his oM smile once more.  S. S. Jettiore will sail Tuesday  for Mexico with cargo of seven  thousand tons of coal.  MADE IH CANAPft  ...jfa.in a u aud Operate. tiUifi'^no..;,..  ipg., maohiuery and ^lSW.fV  V  l  '!  (  ft  /  FOR SALE���������Four young bulla  pedigreed; oue 2 years old; one 9  mouths; one 7 months; and one4  mouths;���������also Carman Sued Potatoes, 3c. per lb; Apply W.J.  Ilarrigan, Minto.  1   CREAM  START*  CHEMICALLY PURE  Canadian Government teats  show we have the purest,  and highest strength goods.  Glllctt's Is used by tho  best Bakers aad Caterers  everywhere.   Costs no  more than the Inferior  adulterated kinds.  i E. W.GILLETT CO���������LTD. \  Toronto. Ont.  AN   INTEB-V1KW   WITH  THE MANAGER QF THE PIL  SENEli     BREWING     COM-  PANY LIMITED.  Mr. John Schnoor, Manager of  the Pilsener Brewing Company, of  this city, was kind enough to conduct a representative of theuNjtw8"'  through the premises of the now  brewery, which is situate on out*  of the six lots purchased by the  Company from Mr, George Stevens.  The main building will be completed in a few weeks, and from  the size of it, one would judge that  the company expects to do an ex-  teusive business. Some of the  machinery, vats <fec, are already in  Stalled, and the rest, including the  lattst pattern ice manufacturing  machtne, impoited from Chicago  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting and and capable of turning out seven  All local items of a business  nature will be charged for at the  staudard rate of 10c. a line.  General repairing.  >������. r-  (���������) To construct, equip, operate and  j-Dn*.til������'D telegraph  sod'^tiltfAta* 'tja-  te.ms^-ud.liuws..��������� ���������������������������;���������*���������;'>;v^ *'"'������ '������' ":  (f) To canBtmct, oper*t������ and ninin-  t'������ii<, tu������d impraVa .boupes, f ctories/ware*  JjiUii*, sh'.ps, H'lisn'e*,'b'iilt)i������.g������, ortc-  xiuni, worku and uouveujeces ot all  ki-di,       ''������������������..���������   '''���������''���������'ic&  (g) To constniot, ppe-ute and main-  ti^n^le'jtriowu.iis, piwnr wcrlii,.g0'era-  t nj^ plat and i.uch other 0 uyenie-.ccs  a<nuy be nobeBjir^Jor ^enaratinjj,,clec-  t'neity, ���������''.:.     '���������  (h) Produ. iug. powv.r in ony m������noer  aad ot nny kinU.-*" -}^ '' '   * '.  (i) Gjiioibtiig eUctrivity for 1 ght,  brut, po er, ihe operi������lion of motor,  tPg'ui'iH and miuhincry of ull kinds, pro  pellisg truuiwiiNH, ilrivin/, hauling', lift���������'  iug, orushiug, sueliug, dr lliig, oiilling.  er for nuy otLor purpose for which it en  bo used, either alote or'.'iu coumction  witli k������y "Vhor powfr,)T. '���������. *,.. *  (j) Transmitting ������)*otrloi,ty er aiy  f rra of developtd power, so that tte  same may bo UH.d by any munipjpiility,  6i������apuny,cori'0.uiioB orpem u. .  (jj)   Fui' rendering vivtur acl   *r.t������r-  ��������� ���������������!**.".powur uvailab'e ii.r iiso, rpj, 1 on ion nrd  ex ,4f i'WWfibntiw: by eisoliug dsu\s, inoieu>ing  the hesd of water in any cxiiting b ily   t  vaior, or������x'i0iidipg th������ ������r������������ tkero-.f,   d������  ��������� .'���������; .' verting tht* wateis of any' 'jrpanj, pond,  m e "���������*, *>r 'ak-*. 'B'������ i,nY "lu')B c'j*nnp) nr ctban-  , eaiti, in\\ng er treuving n^y^iiu* ot flnu<������  ' pip*, qr wiro,  Minsttuetln^any r������e*w������y,  '' re'-A-vgir,  tjuodi^*., '���������' e'ifrw' Ul, bi>iidiDfr,  ore her iiri-fli   ' n* wnrk Uhioh uuy lit  wqniu'd luctimi'ut on \������r.u tin im^io'vu :  nu* t aud uio cf tbe said wntor'/nd wslir |  yower, or by altvriug, rt������ e*'i> |. cxtfUi]*.  . (tig, iuprov.UK, lepicirlug or m.iuti^uing  * 'any an. 1 uch w������rks, or aiy jsrt thernof*.  1 ���������'.(������)'Co. p.uwiug air aud using* tbo  ,,JM������'i������\.;>t illpuiporn*. ,   ;_,    ;���������*  " '())   ri.oi-ijr,  umklng,  Isyingj   tit inn,  i 1*44 jmmetutliiAag aud r>pmring sleHiio Him**.  ���������. m aocjmiylBUiis, ato ogii b������ttai| fo oloolro  ' osl)V������.*iii.iits, wiles, pipnu^swiiolirs OUll-  .* .'���������; * * t������etto>'e, UraiiuhijH, elect rio mot im< dynn  , t ., uiof, ei'gnif^iu <hinei(,r ptbor appiirntm  '*'*" er doviuia, cuts, dmns, -*ottr-0'itt>������������i,  -t ' a*\*)ba , p lo������. luilthnvi and ..OltirSreotU.*  . ��������� ***,%**' .w',^���������kl,,  *?* tr*������ "'" W J>1 ������1 ������ h">  fltutrl*!' AWoible, main wire, o| oth������r  * ������l#eiri������'s*p������iitu������f buv* or telowgr.ua1,  mtmm.*\'i I   i^artiuaing, niajntaiuiijij tHv  ' artdd: sinili nr ������l������mb ��������� trwk, er |fri������J(  1'* arotUtr tti4flwi)������, witli the Ai;ei*ar\  *dn tK.i'lra nutl tumna a tutoltonn-tHgt  ' ���������'*'''^rTiiii cariia^s umt oil kinds uf vulnl ������\  '**���������* <ri|l<i>iu uf let ������ u������U-i-uii or tuouutiu  ;t,"' Jit-Ob withstr������6iwny, np*u, "Insjl soms  .-..^wader**r������bo������������������������J KrJs,*>itft.������Kyt.,r������> th  o       itrruU, br d(,wa, which ������r.; in tin'li.i������i <*f  ���������NEW YORK  CLIPPER  18 THE 6REATE3T  :IKEATRIGALISHOW PAPER  IN THB WORLD.  -TS4iS0P8r=Year-r=~SJng!sGapjrr!0 Gte*=  ���������      ISSUED WEEKLT.  Sample Copy Frbe.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (UcO,  ALBERT J. nOBIR, 1'UBLISHKRS,  UtaAOiH.        ** W. Urn ST.. Nsw Year  Ideal Shoes  For Summer  Comfort  ������������������.���������  14  U  320 acres of land in Alberta or  tons of the finest grade of crystal  ice per day, will arrive   in  a few  days.  Advertisers will  confer a favor      Iu answer to enquiries Mr. Sch-  by bringing in *heir ads, not !att������r noor stated that his Brewmuster,  than Monday, as this  will  euablo jMr, John Dillmau   is   un   expert  tlifc  printers,  to  insert  it in   the brewer having had nine years ex  next issue on the following Tues-  peiience as brewmastei' i������ one   of  day. ��������� the largest breweries iu the West-  j ^rn States of America, and thoro  ughly understands the manufacture  of the renowned   Bohemian  Beer  Saskatchewan,  to   exchange   for iip,^,,),. ������  Uni anywhere on  ������E &  N" or ^r.   Schnoor   has   had   many  along coast from Nanaimo lo Oys- years 0f t-xperieuce iii the difficult  t*r River, or Deuman  or  Hornby art 0f   brewing   absolutely   pure  WiffldsT���������Repiy**^  in first letter  to  Lest-ck   Forbes, gel. at different times of \ number  Settler Alberta. 0f  breweries,    Mr. Schnoor  ex-       .!������������������������ ��������� hibited to newspapers,   published  ,      ,       . ��������� ,     ,    in the State of  Idaho,  containing  A cure for chronic crauks  in . ,. , ������  ,,.        ���������,,      . ��������� '    . items regard 1 nijil large fOotierage  the smoking line.  The   ''Graml      , .   b        ht       P        J     r  ,,.       ��������� , ,  ,     and box  manufacturing concern,  Duke" Cigar,  mauufactured by    .���������,.,, .,  .?���������.,..       .,   J  of which he was the  mam owner  Percy K. Winch,  Ladvsmith. B.      , ��������� .    #   .1  ' ' ��������� "ni mm,a.,i.i.   ������   jvpnut   of   the  .1 ���������- . -ni--.-1 ,;.- . -- fw> .. i'i    11 *>���������        *r;  ��������� 1 I,,-���������    ; -,  ���������     -    ti'  *'  WANTED THEM SAVEbr   v  Llaottn Stuck to Hit 8el������otfon *f a  Hospital Chaplain.  The nomination of a Mr. Sbrigley ot  Philadelphia, a Universally tor tbe  position ot chaplain tor tbe hospital  was not met with favor on all sides,  and a delegation ot protestants went  to Washington to see President Lincoln on the subject Tbe following interview waa tbe result:  "We hav* called, Mr. President, to  confer with you regarding tbe appointment of Mr. Shrlgley ot Philadelphia  as boepltal chaplain."  "Oh, yes," replied the president "X  have sent his name to the senate, and  be will no doubt be confirmed at an  early date."  One of toe young men replied, HWe  have not come to ask for the appointment but to solicit you to withdraw  the nomination."  "Ah," said Lincoln, "that altera the  case. But on what grounds do you  wish the nomination withdrawnT"  The answer was, "Mr. Sbrlgtey ia  not sound in his theological opinions.1*  Tbe president Inquired, "On what  questions ls the gentleman unsound?"  "He does not believe lu endless punishment Not only so, sir, bnt he believes that even the rebels themselves  will be finally saved," waa the reply.  "Ia that sor' inquired the president  The members of tbe committee responded. "Yes, sir."  "Well, gentlemen, if that la so aad  there is any way under heaven whereby the rebels can be saved, then, tot  God's sake and their sakea, let the man  be appointed."  Mr. Shrlgley was appointed and served until tbe end of the war.  mul manager, a  0. Mr. Winch will visit Cumber- . ... .   ., .   ,  items will appear in the next isstte  land otfice a month in the  inter- of lh(J,.Nl,J8>  est of his busiucss.  *2?������(  PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.  r  tivtranwy ii.Uidud iu  *>* b'lllt \>f lli  .m^\tne<ro mv*uy,m>d t������ *������ui,u**i ;������rtr*������i.i  "top if 'pol,a ������ d ������ir a i, tlr ti un ol tin  tramway intend*"! *���������> he built.  (1,/ 1" :������'-.o. tiai sf������r s������d Vmtty lmsstn  liora, luorslmmi ��������������� and go>dl ol all kml  oa be tinm*i������y. by sny ui������t;?tpii*'  11 r -m. ������tmt unf Ijj aftori*.������..t dis  Weed,*  . f ',   >  u>>,"m l������',-i U'.ftt - ^uiucr������ trftlr t ���������.-*������r!'*l������y  'f������B������P ���������"' ���������' ���������*������'.������' au  ���������    thnn >.t ik  ������������*,.p������   \mmmt. wi.th-r now k���������������mp et af.  t# ������Hfdi'tlte<rrri������J.  (pj   To f cc������, ti b������p a'e and rr pair. ������*������'������  ������ita*hft<l li ������V for tht p*iayet*IA"*'m  muUne tM.auUtjr,   rn yofar  r*ot*r  orttlepb<n������orteerv���������������������������������������������%���������. H������%  utoag. aoroaa or abov* \nf Co fnfUndt,  h,������ * iy������. "*A*. ������tr������������W. b W|*^ ani tt  tn.rne ,-t aay f tb r f.u������p ��������� -1������*T^. * *������  U   b   h m a. kmnI* Md ��������� ft* *��������� *���������   !  ayamnee wV-l'^U    '   ������   '  .Do your feet peripiro canlly in  hot Heather ?  D������os the he*., etiuso them to  ������������������well md to bfcomo painful and un  comforUbte ?  If they do, you need INVIC-  TO8 Oxfords,  lNVKrrUSOxfordM>r������vent  your feot from perspiring by sliuw  in,, a tree circuUiiou of air around  your feet ntul tu'k'.ex.  ! N V I 0 T II8 Oxfords are  ms'ld'to fit every lii.e of your fiot  -lUily a ml snugly.  Unlike mo������t low shoes, IN*  ,'   IUlt,j     Kit,,'-,.  ,-4f, rt. ij.f A hi,  iii  *li<:i',  J, Ns MoLEOD  '"������ fc ,\ vi t..������ t,     ui'.������! nU ii '%,i.N i>  THE FIRST SA1JJ of Prince Rupert lots will be  held at Vancouver, British Columbia, May 35th to 29th,  1909. Prince Rupert is the Western terminus of the  Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. The sale will be held in.  the iutercits of the Grand Trunk Pacific Hailwny. Company nud the Government of British Columbia; half of  the lots offered being owned by each party. Prom 3,000  to 2,400 lots will be offered,  The sale will be held by auction and the terms of  payment will be one-quarter cash and the balance In one  two and three years, with interest at six per cent.  Agreements will be executed immediately on payment of  the first instalment, and purchasers may enter into pow������-  ession nt once,  Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which means that  thc government of British Columbia guarantee* all titles.  For maps and further particulars write,  C. D. Rand  Agent for Government and Railway, Vancouver, B. C,  Mnu'u   in   all  slut jus  and  UNION BAY   NOTUS.  8   8.   Fordeusjuld    will  com  iiience loading onrgo  for  Meik<  aa Wednesday,  l\S. Ui<.vciui������C������tVr McArthui  "\\\*-.d in fur huiikfi** ou Imr way.  Sorth.  : 8; 1*. Jlelleruphoti, Imnkewl litre  lH������t   Kr'-lny ni<d   ra'dvd HaturdH)  Vrtrtji.jf  fur  Virions   and otlwt  i������it������,  *tmatmmmmmimmLmma*mm%*m\9m9^  NOW ,s THE TIME  TO IAKE YOUR PROFIT  Cfo-i-"7^ FROM YOUR ',���������  . 1 ���������    JiU  Vancouver  Property  List vour property with Mr.W.  VV, Willard, of Cumberland, or direct with us, stating price and terms,  and we will get you a buyer, forwarding your money to your local  bank.  ELKINS BROTHERS  18 UNWN BASK BriF.WM*  Vanoouver, -        -        B. O.  Mr. Schnoo** then explained  that the eonip'iny intended to cap-  ture'a great portion of ihe beer  trade, not only iu this district, but  all through liritish Columbia, solely, by manufacturing and selling  only the hijjlwut grade of lioheui-  istii BeiT, Tho li'*p* for the manufacture of which, will lm tho gfit  nine lioh"mian, imported under  bond direct from Germany. The  Company can prove exclusively  that tho beer will be genuine  Hohoniian mi'l tint like so muny  briinds of beer, which are Boliciu-  iu name only, nud so often contain deleterious chemicals,  The company intend to commence brewing operations within  four or five weeks.  Mr. Schnoor appears vory much  aiinojed ut the amount of ������������������knocking" and untrue statements that  some envious parties havo mndt'iu  reference tc1 Mr, Suhuoor and the  Company, he slates thut sny person who desires to obtain information regarding tho reputation,  character or standing, linaiiHnl or  utherwifc, of himself of Mr. Dili-  man may call at the oflice of the  Company or at the cfllce of Mr P.  Phillipps Harrison, Ihtn-Uter-at-  Inw of CuuiberUud, and there oh  the names and add routes of prominent bnsinoss men and large man  itfatnrlng concerns, who are well  ucquainNd with and have done  tmsin-M for years with Messrs.  Schnoor and 'Mllman, to whom  mii'li persons ean write and obtain  inch itifttrmtttiott.  THE GREAT BOMBARDMENT.  A Conotant Rain of Missiles Upon tho  World's Atmosphere.  The regions of space beyond our  planet are tiled with flying f ragrroents.  Some meet the earth In Its onward  rush*, others, having attained Inconceivable velocity, overtake and crash  Into the whirling sphere with loud detonation and ominous glare,'finding destruction In Its molecular armor or  perhaps ricochet ting from tt again Into  the unknown. Some come singly, va-"  grant fragments from the infinity of  space; others fall ln showers, like golden rain, all constituting a bombardment appalling ln Its magnitude.  It has been estimated that every  twenty-four hours the earth or Us nt-  mospber* ls struck by 400,000,000 missiles of Iron or stone, ranging from aa  oaace up to tons In weight. Every  month there rush upon the flying globo "  at least 12.000,000,000 Iron and stouo  fragment*, which, witb lurid accompaniment, crash Into tbe circumambient  atmosphere.  Owing to the resistance offered by  the air few of these solid shots strike  the earth. They move out of space  with a possible velocity of thirty or  forty miles per second and, like moths,  phwge Into tbe revolving globe, lured  to their destruction by Its fatal attraction. The moment tbey enter our atmosphere tbey Igulte. and tbe air ls  piled up and compressed ahead of them  wtth Inconceivable force, tbe resultant  friction producing aa Immediate rise In  temperature, and tbe shooting star, the  meteor of popular parlance, la tbe result.       ���������___  A Subtle Hint.  A representative lo eongreei, who Is  the fattier of several brigtit girls, tell*  a story whereof one daughter is the  main figure.  "For a long time," says tbe repro*  eentotlTo, "I bad the bad habit of  hanging about tbe lower floor wbon  the glrla had mat callers. One even*  log I bad Battled lo an eaay chair tn  tbe reception room just off tbe drawing room whon one of my glrla, who  ww talking to a bright chap from oar  own state, called out:  "���������Dedr  ���������"What is It, dsoihttrf  " 'It's 8 o'clock, tbe hour wben Tom  aad I usually go lato cottalttee.' ������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������*<  Grand1 Sport at tha  Duntmair Ave.  When en Ostrlsh Kleks.  "Tbt only aafe place In the neighbor  hood of a kicking ostrich to Jnst be-  btad It," aald a soo keeper. "An ostrich  can kick a male to death, bat Its kicks  ere delivered at aa angle of 4R degreae.  Wltblo those 45 degreee, right abaft  tht "pope'a Booe* of tbe bird, there ta  abeolute eaftty. On tba ostrkb farms  ef California, wben the btrda are being  drlvse, you will always aee tbe oatrlob  boya holding eo fo tbe talis of bad  kleken. Tbe klcktre tear along, aad  tbelr acaly legs aboot oot Ilka platoa  rods, bot tbe boya la tbe abelter of tbe  pope'e neae in aafe,"  Canrfsmnetlea.  "What do yoo thlok of nembare of  Boropean artateeraey aa eoeo-la-lawr*  asked tbt old time ftltad.  "Well," answered Mr. Curarox, "the  way tbelr relative* bote them around  itttlA.o,u* (LU Ud, msbi to nabte-tff  bMbaada."  The UlotU Affelr.  Irate rartnt-Am t to oodmtand  tbtre la aome Idlotk affair betwtea  yoa and that Impeeoeloaa yoaag eea,  Tisnl mtartaf Fair Daagbter (very  eweeUrMMf feu, pepel-  rtro^e.  It after eeeaaa ie wear te ptfoeae  wbo art ftttlng imirrfM that tbey  esigbt to tab* rata nibet tat good aa  wttt aa ter bttttt ������r won*.  Tbe tetre ef a  ef eiigflN   Rtmrnni  art tbe win* THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BglfflSJE--COLUMBIA  I  V  DANCERS OF NEGLECTING  A SOME.  NEVER neglect a cut or sore,  however trivial it nuy appear.  Mrs. B. E. Bed well, of 337, Proven-  cher Aver.ue, St. Honlface,Winnij������g,  had a small sore on die second linger  of her left hand. She thought it  would get ri,;ht unaided, but it didn't.  Instead, blood-jxjisoning set in. She  jaya:���������" I then tried poultices and  ,an ordinary salve. These, however,  did not have the desired effect, and,  as the finger bei;an to fester, I had to  call sn a doctor, who lanced it.  Despite his care, however, it aRiin festered, and  tlie ointments, liniment*, and ot:i������r preparations  which the doctor gave ;r.y see-.ncj absolutely Unable  to briny about any relief. Ws were told of a case  similar lo my own in which ZamHuk had effected  a cure when everything els.i h;id failed, and wj,  therefor*. d������cidi-ii l-> qive /*a;:'i-'".ii'; a l:\ul. ll only  tse.iit*i a I.���������>'.- ri.tys '.'������������������ Ai,-.,- (he wLdoin of t!i:3  i't",:. T.!-: '��������� !-'-��������� '.!-^>:>i---t-.o::v; ��������� '-' i inf. .;ni;i:i-i"ii-.vere  rt-.;iir-"i, :>.nd the r-:v,v, ii.-r.... :,e 1,,-r.; acnte. In  ii"!..:.-i-  i:���������;;<:������ ',>*.'-,���������!���������:;   <���������.-��������� ������������������*,.   '';:'.'.  co::i::ieuci.'{  v.-AX  *' :xj?^r?^?$A^'&~i&A'���������7?Awz%.  ^ORKING men and women throughout the Dominion find that  Zam-Buk is the greatest boon they can hays as a healer  of accidental outs, burns, and bruises, as veil as akin diseases.  Mr. II. G. Purobase, oonduotor on tho Toronto Street Railway,  tells how this great herbal balm benefited him when he met  with his accident.  The trolley pole of his ear slipped off  the live wire, and tho ropo was caught  la Uio standard. Purchase held on to  the rope until his hand was pulled up  to the top of tbe car. There It was  held, and the ropo, pulled through his  fingers by tlie fores of tho moving ear,  tore and lacerated to a shocking extent  three Augers, tearing several pieces of  flesh completely away. Zam-Buk was  applied, and eased the pain very  quickly. Writing to this effect, Mr.  Purchase says*���������  " I had previously had experience of  the healing power of Zam-Buk, and the  way it soothes cats and injuries. I,  therefore, bound the fingers ln Zam-Buk,  and lt was most gratifying the way in  which this balm soothed the pain. Two  days after the accident the wounds  were closed, and new skin was beginning to, form over the ton. Each day  I dressed the wounds with Zam-Buk,  and I am now back again at work with  the hand as sound as ever. To look at  it you would never know it had been  so terribly torn and lacerated.  " I do not think thero Is anything te  equal Zam-Buk as a healer of ikia  Injuries and diseases."  WHAT VOU SHOULD USE ZAM-BUK FOR.  Zam-Buk curt* fimfiles, ikin-eruetiemt,  burns, cuts, piles, festering ulcers and sores,  blood-poisoning, tali rluum, prairie itch,  riig-jiorm, bad leg, diseased ankles, old  wounds, eczema, and all skin-distass. All  Druggists and Stores sell atiOe. box, three for  tt.JJ or pott free from Zam-liiik Co., Toronto,  for price.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocks,  timber or wood, of anv descriptiodn  belonging to tlie Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of tbo said Companyiwi.il be pros-  -eeiited-to-thff-fnll-tixtent'of-tiie'iawr  F.   D. Littlo.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  Vehicles, Implements.  Incubators. Etc., Etc.  W%   *  I  r a i~   IT^  M-I-M-l-H-M-M-  Quality  guaranteed  ������H-M'-H'-K'i-M- *  LAND AOT, RUrERT DISTRICT.  TAKE NOTICE- Unt  Nimpki h Lnko  l*ogA,g Company, Limited, mentis  to  apply for (-erinishiou to leiwu the follow-  iny.d'scrib d for shore lands:-Ci-iurauu-  citiK at a' p st pi*������i.ted S uth 45 degree*  15 tninntts, E*s* SOO fc-tfiom the You'll!  E'stctruer.of Jndi u -Itewrre a joi-'iiw i  t'.i* North boundary of Srouo i 2,  1" wit  sh'p 1, Rupert D'strtet Vsneouv r Ial-uJ,  thenoo t ilow njj high wi.tr mark South  6J ���������*) K������8', "m miu tn; Nirtii 87 ������io������ e s  SO utnutoH Ki.t, 43:1.5 n.i .utm>-  South 74  ���������'������������������gres 40 nvnuls* K*.',  15'J   nimitp :  JC-.. th T, (leprae,   16 minutes Kst. 7(X)  lun'iui; North 70<l������{fee������ Went,  J'JOM  minutes: 8'uth  44  degree* 45 inutile*  Wi> t, 7v0 n nu-en na re or hi. to Die  1 !a'i> of login i'.ij.',  c limning   t'8 i-cnt  u.oieir le'*. Loo tn! Vir !i '7th, MOD,  Nl.MI'KIHII I AKK. I Ofl I N       0, , LTI>.  PerA.H. *IHA<.EY, Agent,  et Vancouver, H. C, Lnjjgor.  Vin.iouvo'.A-Jr.l 15 b, WOO.  For the-  Farmers  mm.enlmtml-Hmt*e'mmlmm*  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd*  H. S. ROLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vancouver, B. C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, fi. C.  USD, ACT RUPKItT DISTRICT,  TAKE NOTICK thnt  Nlnpklsh Lake  LiUfSinKdmisny,  Lim tod, in'outls to  ������H''y '"r P1 naiadon to lea a ths follow-  in? ilcBOiib d foi'j.horo landu 0 mine' e-  ing it i putt pluiUl ut the Nor li Wes  c rnor <if lot 841, situated  in t'r iwn  (���������rsutiW Uupurt Dijtriot, Votio nv������r Is  land. thsi.o������' in s Bmi'lierly snd W s'er'y  i iroollon  nlong high water ins. k to n  p. hit 10- fo.t VV.pt  ot ilio SouHi West  o rn r i f snid Ut W, d et os in a straight  linn to thn poii t of coaime.oauent,  snd  o ht'iiiiiiff I0.& oti ^ tniro ������r lt������s.   L os-  t d M >rn i !*Utli, lOult,  Nllll'UISII I.AKK 1.0IKIINO Cll��������� l.TII.  I'or A. H hTUArKY, Arib1,  of Viimnuver, 11. ('., l,> gg������t,  . Vaicouvor, April lBth, 1001).  * ���������  ;; Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OI? : ALU  KINDS   ������ ���������  a e  LOST or STKAYKI)���������One  cow from Mrs. Harwood's ranch,  lias grey neck and reddish legs  below the knee*. Any Information please leave at this ollice.  wood  jj nnd Coal  ;; Hauled  4- Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   Ii. C,  The Oml ftoiilUk lletr-tdy,  T'inaM and'tivlK irsfii thn whblo  id.tii ofd.Vf'-- "��������� ��������� *  NOTIOK.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  tlie   Union  Colliery  Company by any person   or  persons���������except lain crew���������ia strictly  proliil*������ted.    Employees  f.re sub-  pc to dismissal for allowing sam-  Uy ordor  Francis D. Littm  iUnager.  beer mmmn  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIR8T-CLA8S  CANDY, PRU1TH,  OIQABfl * TOBACCOS  De Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  Candy  UNIOIS? S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end servioa   between Vancouver,  Naniiitio, Dnioa, Comox, by  the  sUel Clyde built twin terew  steamer "COWICHAN"  3ailiogBa under���������  Leaves Vanooarer, Snttirday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, ������und������y 6am  Arrives Comox,  Sunday lam  Remrniu(j:���������  Leaves Camax, Sunday 4pm  . Leaves Uii������a Sunday 6pm  Arrives Ntusiino, Sunday li p m  Arrivw Vanoouver Mecday 7 a ss  Stage leaves Union for Cumberland every Sunday morning oa arrival of "COWICHAN;" and leaves Cumberland Hotel  st 1 pm, connecting with steamer at  Union.  NOTICE,; be- V   ���������-,;���������������:���������  one month froai    3 ^ ���������liiAw: y  apply to thc Superii. ;> ::���������".'���������:������������������������������������.��������� ���������  vincial Police, Victorn-  -.-* ���������;.   ��������� ���������'���������'  al of ilie Hotal License ht'kl hy tno  tot the Port Augusta Hottd situated  at Comox, B.C.  J. B Holmes:  Dated 30th day of April, 1909  NOTIOE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to-  apply to the Superintendent, of Pro  vincial Policr, Victoria for a renewal of the Hotel Licenni held by-  me for the Klk Hotel, situated at:  C->mox, B. C.  Gkorok 0. Macdonald  Dated 30th day of April, 1909.  NOTICE is hereby givon that  one month after date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of Pjo  vincial Police. Victoria for a renewal of the Hotel License held by  me for the Courtenay Hotel, situated at Courtenay, B.C.  Johm R. Johnston:  Dated 30th day of April, 19u9.  ������>���������imm a>Mto>8������ta  -AND-  Fruits  iiLseasoiLaL  aa* DAO  m. UtaJM  i, aaaaiVTi  ,. .... . oins. <,*'(* Atn-  ���������.._,, end lirajn Worri'./'<*  r***fi*tir*i, at**tiWMKwti.fai**xewi> *)**  mot*rr!ut^nnd Kfrtlief Ahvsiee Htessn*  Plain Pkf. en MAelpt et prRw,  A'tu> num'tlit  Cook1! Gottoo Root Compound.  Tha trreet Vtrntp* TWo nnt  Wr.*?t* eirocMAl Menttilf  f llftrnlnlnr rm vStrb wwniw t*xn  ClAv UlIrenfisior ������M  Ctmtm%Ym,m. m~****mmtwi*em  HENRY'S NLRSERIES,  For llie Spring Trade  Tested Stock, Seeds  for Farm  Garden, or Conservatory,  TKMl'BD STOCK  from tho bent growers in Kngland  France, HolUnd, United Stales  and Canadn.  Fruit  snd Ornamental Trees,  Smiill Fruity, English Holliis,  Grown i������ the only part of tho American continent uot iitfeUed  with* tho San iota conlo  Our trees do not hiivo to ho fuailffs  led end coiiBU|iicntly damaged  Sjrsy  Piimjif,  Foriililers, Hue Supplio*, Sprajitm  Mfltoriils, Cut   Fl'Wers eto.  167 pigo OA.1AKMIVK PRKX  M.   d,    HENRY  Ores bouses, Seed IIousbs aud Post  Ofltoe Addr������>s,  8010 WBBTMINBTKTI ROAD,  Branch Nursery, Boutb Vaneouvsr,  Vancouver,    -    B. C.  D.HUNDEN'S  COilOX LAND DISTRICT.  Talce Notice that Fraser River  Lumber Co.. Limited of Fraser  Mills, B.C., Occupation Sawmill  and Lumber 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 direction from the  southeast corner of Lot 82, Comox  District, thonce 1500 feot South  19 degrees, 44 minutes Bast,  thence 500 feet North. 40 degrees  10 ininutoD Hast, theuco 1500 foot  North, 40 degree*, 44 minutes  West, thence South 40 degree* 16  minutes West, to point of com-  mencment and containing 17.2 a-  cros more or less,  Dated 26th February  1������0J>.  Fraskk Rivsn Luurrr Co. Ltd.  i  Thos. E  Banks  'FunerirDlreFi  tor  and   Em-!  balmer  NOTIQE is hereby given that  one mouth from date I intend lo  apply to the Superintcndantof Po  vincial Police, Victoria for a re������-  newal of the Ho'.el License held by  me for thc Spring Inn Hotel, situated on Comox Road, B C.  John H. Piket"  Dated 30th day cf Ap;il, 1909.  NOTICE is hereby given thato e  monlh from date 1 intend to aptly  to the Superintendent of Provincial  Police, Victoria for a renewal of the  Hottl License held by me for tha.  Union Hotel, situated at Union, Ji.  C.  Samuel C. Davis*  Dated 30th day of April 1909.  i Hawa e      Raising    Ste-  | stewing   tt   FstundatloueJ  CareAsl!>- Attended to.  Cumberland,  B. C.  COMOX LAND DISTRICT,  Take Notice tbat Fraser River  Lumber Co. Limited of Fraser  Mills B. 0,, Occupation Sswiuills  and Lumber Company, intond* lo  apply for pei-miscion to leaso the  following described   land:���������  Commencing at the nurtli west  corner post of District Lot IM,  Comoi Diitrict, thence north 40  degrees 10 niinute������Ka������t, 1000 feet,  thence south (4 degrees <16 liiin*  iitea KHst 0&00 foot, thence South  40 degt-tos 10 miuutos West 1300  foot more or less to high water  mark, thence iioithaeiturly following the said high water mark  to  ��������� ,. ilAf r.Ath . t   *./������������������.,., ���������*, *f ���������   ������  -.   .������������������    mi.'-,,.    ���������    k.. ... ...^... c........   a  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Nutter and all kinds ofVegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  Cmu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Creditor* of the late Elizabeth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Iiuj������  laud Hole!, Cuitibeclaud, arc noti  fied to forward their claims  against the estate to the undersigned ou or before the ist day  of June, duly verified with par  ticulars of any securities held hy  them, and arc hereby notified  that after the said date, the under  signed wil) proceed to distribuu  tlie estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall then have  been brought to her notice,  Vancouver, April 29th 1909.  Makgakkt Taylor  Administratrix  Ity her solicitors  Messrs McNeil & Bird,  619 Granville St, VattcouverD.C  LINO JUOIIIBT AOT.  ���������NOT-ICE-is���������herehy-gi veo-ths t-  one month from dale I intend to  apply to,the Superintendent of lYo  vincial Police, Viotoria for a renewal of tbe Hotel Litence held by  me for the Lornt Hotel, situate.! nt  Comox, B. C  ' Flomtscjc M, CLirrit  Dated 30th d.*.y of Apiil  1909.  NOTICE is liwieby fi,ivin ihnt  one month from date I inttud 10  apply to the Superintended of Pro  vincial Police, Victoria for a rencwul  otthe Ho'.el Licence held by me for  the HiverBidc Hotel, situated at  Courtenay, B.C.  O. H. Fbciinkr  Dnted 80th dny of April, 1909.  NOTICE is hereby giVHn that  ono month from dste I in'ond to  apply to tho Superintendent < f P;o  vinoial Police, Victoria for a renown 1  of the HoUd License bold by me for  Wilson Ho'el, situated at Union  Bay, B. C.  Jho. Humphrey  Dated 30th day of April 1909.  NOTICK in horeby givon that  one month from daU I intend to  apply to the Superintendentpt.Pro  vincial Po ico, Viotoria for a runfcw-  al of ihe Hotel Licence held by no  for Ibe Palmer Hotel, Htuacd nt  Bayne Sound, B. 0,  JamksH Pay  IMod 30 h day of April 1909.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one mouth from date wc intend lo  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  renewal of the Motel License held*  by u.s for the Nelson Hotel, situated at Union Bay, 15. C,  Fraskk & Bishop-  Dnted 30M1 day of April 1909,  f  riupt M arm  DctMnr  WX*t  CefvawMte Ae.  rs  mtim.  aatana taa������ltt$ a tin**  S   3SL-���������������   - -mam ---  dat***, mtttmmt Amm ts tie  Sckiitfftc Jmttrtan.  'Uimll UiiwtimtaS VMtUf.   ImirmUiM-  \vxOmm  Subscribe for  The News  Pekin D������icb���������Kggs for sab  from f'riwi hwl stock $2,00 per  sitting of 11, |������.50 for two.  Toulon**) Geese���������Eff^s 60c.  each.  Mr,. H. C.Nixon  Denman Island.  When In Courtfniy  The Courtenav Hotel  a*  Every convtnlen^e for |usstt.  The Oential UeUl fer fportsmen  None but the tlett of Wines and Liquor*  d'ulmiicc vt C50D Jitol tii'ne ui )<���������**,  In His wiiVar et ������n *fvllestl>.������i tnr Ttr*d'f-  ,  .     ,.rt ,     '!      iat*<Vti<lsstssofTtilstiil tLXXV,  containing 140 acres-more or less.       mVvM Tli w4 8i Wi fralUlw, | ui  Dated the 6th. day of March 1900.  Feaskk Rivrr Li'mutR ('0. Ltd.  O. H TARBELL  u tli������ ft.ir  RATES  RVAHUNABLB  iUjiest It  coughs and colds,  H K frsetousl U ot stcticuVj,  ���������uwmli p 9, (nisp 553 til Goaos Ui ���������  S.lft  j KoritK l������ hataby $itan tkal il is ������j  j i*tfa i"������ ������t thse������ni������il���������n ������f ons month  j tio n d������U cf ths Hrit ponlio������lion bersof lo  : high grade stoves:  '   A*d sU KllCNHN    UTENSILS  j Sportsmens Coeds  1 end  i General Hardware  John Johmton,    Prop  Shilo's will cure toy i sa������ Duplituti 0> rittical>e of Ti Is ��������������� s.! #  tote lands iisuw! ������������������. llsnry Coiik Me- < yft^V^My-wsV-^JV^V*!^  Qnidan o* Use 7������b rlo^rtnbat, HIS, tlh| -���������-,,���������..-.���������  Ap 11 liwa,  aud H 1, iH!������<,i#r iao������,  sh.1 , NOTICE.  bi ml>������rs4 rssp ������tlv������l) l73J7a, Trt*0������ t*a\ ___  l*������ita3. I  La������d lUti irjr OrBw, vicioris, a c, j    Any ptrtoti or persons i-.iu.'A.  tba nrd Aay at March. IW. jeutUng iim\m or ���������wj |g ;,,fiC|������,  An Aclui: i:    NiiwsJGet your Job Printing j "*"  pays.   Try it. [done at thc News.  FOR 8ALK���������ihtA potatoes,  Nomnton Beauty, sixteen days  earllrr than Burly  Rose, an immense Tl*������Wt,r* l*-r'e*  Tie. yer |������oiiiii1; if hy mail add pos  Larger lota at redan*) pri.  rea. AU orders will rective my  j prompt attention.���������D, Ryan,  , Vtmei, B,C  r. y. noorroH  IN|tstcBMJ������Bsral otTitUs.  on my property adjoittiny J. H,    Piket'i on the Courtenay road,  j will be prosecuted  according X������  Te CmnWrland Hallia UlnRJ|tw>    *a.  rettt, Lake Ttftil.  liu^l op for a rullrr skating link. .Comtenay. B  C.  1 THEL NEWS,CTMBKRLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  KEEP  In  t llrt StJ������t,<!.>r  l.,,.rt   !>���������  r>������3>5)S>������������������������������������������S)������  tSm*  ���������''���������'���������':, .A. ;���������'.>;���������';! -vur.-of  -���������'��������� .��������� v j-.ii^ every 16C'. ;il'.-g  throughout the Spring.  It invigorates the whole  system, forti-  fi e s you  against the  changeable  weather and  helps you to  do the work of  the day. BOVRIL is  easily made���������a cup, hot  water and a spoonful of  BOVRIL arc nil you  need.  0* s*t atatt **w*tititu. t*n  '���������:���������������.  Locals  \Ve regret through lack of time  and space not being aide to publish the report of Uie Ambulance  chiss this week. It 'vili appear in  our next iseue,  Mrs. J. L. ��������� Roe arrived home  last week after several months ab-  eencio at Suit Spring Island.  .; Sheriff   IVc'iards,    of Yictoria  Was in town laat week.  .John Colbert,  of   Victoria  arrived by Tuesdays lioiit.  The building boom still goes on  in Cumberland,  In jrr:t*\|*i' ,<nd boslA j .'���������..������; uco, in'  .   i  .; a clasij special ������wt*ep hiake prizes of $10.00 1st, and $5.00 2nd,  prize, will bo gL'en, to those  who  icoro most point* in garden vegetables, also same for Field Produce  Some changes have  been  made  in the fruit list and the spacial p ri  zes of $10,00 Ut, and $5 2nd will  h* given to those who score  most  points in  fruit.    Entries  for all  ladies work, including Floral mis  ctdlaneous, bread, cakes, jams, etc,  Sowing und Fancy work, and A'*~  li-itic class ar<$ free to all exhibitors in the District.    Special prizes  of 10,00, 1st, and 55, 2ud,   awarded to the two  highest scoros  of  points in all the above classes,  of  Ladies work.    A special prize has  been offered #5, 1st aud $2i, 2nd,  for the best 6 bottles of home made  jellies'and good prizes will be giv  en throughout  the   Ladies   work  list.    By special request two prizes of an Infants outfit or Layette  value Si0,00, and Xli for the  ti-  i.est baby under 12 months old.  First prize baby to have choic  of prize.  M. B, Bam.,"  Sec'y  w nyueiay  Tlie Goods are Going Fast. Come Early and  get First Choice, or Don't Blame Me if the  Goods are Gone that YOU want.      ;,  I McLE AN  Jeweler  >������*S������><8XS������������^^ ������������syi)������������������������������^^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  !       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  CUMBERLAND.  B.C.,  Capital, ������3,900,000 Assets,   *46,400,000  Depoui*:, 888,700,000  Reserve, ?4,COO,000  Money Orders =wsr.====  Geo. Stevens, for several years  wiih .the'C. & U. Water Works  Co., has resigned hi& position and  will shortly leave for his ranch at  Qualicum.  ���������->iihat-0t)Ui*teiiay-coon-mu8t-have-  Ken armour plated; thirteen shots  Hud then a clnl), Wiiat would hare  happened had they seen a bear?  It would have taken all the ammunition in the district, Good marksmen (?) in Courtenay.  Wo are pleased to learn that  Miss Nash who has been very ill  ut Vancouver, is recovering.  FOR SALE--100 acres of land,  25 acrus slashed, li ucrus cleared,  frame house 18 x 26 x 16, small  orchard. Vor particulars apply at  this office or to K Grievo, Cour-  teniiy, B. U.  Change in train service between  Cumberland and Union Wharf in  connection with Canadian Pacific  Company's M������imv,,r, Trains will  wili iwu Cumberland as follows:-  Timsday 6 p. in; Wi'dnusdny 6:45  n. m; 'i'hursauy 12:'if> p. in., ������nJ  0;!J0 p in. R������luriiiiig will leave  Union wharf, Tuosduy 11 p, m;  VodiiMsdity 8 a in; Thursday 2:li0  p. ui. and 7 jnn; fcaumiay 8 p, ni.  Mrs. II, J. 'Ibeobald left by 8.  S. Cowichan oo Sunday on a visit  to Vancouver and North Ihmd.  Korton Bros, will draw 'your  plans, estimate on, and erect  buildings of any description, in  first class manner, at moderato  prices. Address post office, Cumberland, li. C.���������   ,-  LOST���������A lady's geld locket nnd  chalTTfTlTelucKRrHirtTinF'anplroroT  Finder will please return same to  this oflke,  FOB SALE���������A banjo in firn  class condi'ion, has patent screw*  io keep strings from clipping. A  snap���������will Hell for $15 cash. Apply  at News Office.  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������>     ���������**������������������*���������������+  While in Cumberland Deal With   |  Comox Co-operative Society, |  Dealers iu Fresh aud Salt Meatsand Farm Produce        J  All Orders Promptly Delivered. J  R. Webster, Manager. ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������  Notice is hereby given thi'.t Thirty  Dnys after date I intend tp npply to  tbe Hououral'la Chief Comm ssionor  of Linda nnd Works for a Licouee to  prospect for coal aud petn.iown under the following described lands situate  in Sayward Distriot, B.C, commencing at  a poat on Hie bank of the Campbell River  oopovite the S. E. pr.et ef lot 'i64. Thenco  due North 30 cn-tius more or has to the  N. K. cornel' post of said lot 164: Tlipnce  duo west H6.70 chains more or 1-ss to the  N W. corner of baid lot 164. Thenct  Miuh 30 chain*. Thence due cast 60.70  chuius more or less to place of commencement.  Dated this 9.h (hy , f March 1909.  K   PRIKST.  AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE  knows that Sunlight Soap  means a wonderful savins of  time and labour In house-  cleaning.  Whether with hot or cold  water, nothing gets the dirt  off so quickly and without  injury as Sunlight Soap.  Van It the Sunlight way.  Follow the directions.  Ropeat   it���������Shilo's   cure   will  always cure my coughs nnd colds.  W. H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress niaking and repairs; new  Lounges and Mattresses made to  order.  N. JJ.���������Carpets taken up, clean  ed and relaid.  Order* taken nt tlie Furniture  storo.  THE CONSULTATION.  What  8ht  Agricultural Meeting.  Al a iimtititf ot tho Hoard ol  Direclci's of the Comox Ajjricultu.  rol Sui'.'y held recently, tho  \'r\r.o  \\f,\ tor th������ 11)00 Fair was thoroughly dihciUMid and tb������  followinc  ���������ro Mn'ti*'  I.i* <iff,.t'������r  winner������  of tin' Special l'tizi's 'o  I. A -^Iv.-r Shh'ld, f..-  I mutt points in livestock,  tlCOrill}^ Hr* fidlnWHi   -  H.r  8<ster   Hurd   When  Listened to the Doctors,  One of two Bisters who lived tojroth  er was suddenly taken with a lung attack sbo fenrod waa serious, says the  London Telegraph. Sho therefore sent  for a specialist nnd asked her doctor  to meet blm. Tiilklni? over bis coming  with hor Bister, she said: "Monti, I  wish 1 could know Blr Henry B.'s real  opinion. Ntilt hor bo nor Dr. M. will  tell us If there Is anythlnx rosily  wronjf, hut I would much rather  know."  Her sister replied! MI>o not worry,  dearest. Vou shall know everything  for I will go down to tbo dining room  nnd stand behind tbe big oak screen  aud listen to ovory word thoy soy,"  "And will you bo snro to toil mo,  MoniiT"  "Vou mny roly on me, dearest. I will  toll you ot cry word."  "Kren If I nm not to get woll?"  "Uvea Ihen, dcariwt," promised the  loyal Mono.  Tho hour for tho consultation arrived, and tho Ulster went to tho dining  room (md, standing behind (ho grant  osk iwrwn, ensconced herself and prepared to IlHton.  By nnd by the two doctors were  beui-d doscondlug the stairs, and a mo*  mi'iit lotrr they came Into tbe room,  The "Overs" base ball team  have organized and will play  dieir first game of the season  at Union J3ay on next Sunday,  m the arrival of the train which  will leave Cumberland at one  o'clock, p. ni.  BENNETT���������HARVEY  Ou last Wednesday, April 28,  Mr. Roht.'Bennett and Miss Sadie Harvey were united in marriage by the Rev. D.McGillivray  ���������at the home of the bride's parents, Minto. The Nkws ex  tends congratulations.  NOTC<! is heieby given that the und������,-r������  itigned intend to apply one month nfiir  Uie date of the first puhli safio 1 o' ttis i.o-  iice to theGu\ern.>r-ii<-Co������ncil lo'-approv  a Uo Ltlio.^knjjiad^sitcjiLa.lU^Ji^sMJllliliil  WAKTE])���������Vnniig mnn with  Fourth Ulnss KusineersCei'tificitte  to������*ks employment. Apply at thh:  olYico.  FOR' SALE-Automobile in  Hood ordor, price #150.00,    A pply  to K. Ahe, No 1 Japtown,   my   Hafehingoggs from dork brown  thoroughbred Leghorns, Mule bird  prize wriuior Vancouver Kxhih-  fion. Price Jtl.00 per Setting of  13 egg*. S. V. Dobson, Oiiiox,  H. 0.  ing ground in Coo.ox Harboi in the Dif.-  tti tof Coinox, Va cou.'er LLnd, J!ri iub  Columbia.  AND NOTICE i< o'ho given that ������ i-Uu  o( the. proposed works together with a de  se ipioi of tho *i!e hav.j beeu deinn'fd  ia the ������ill..'������ / f tho Minister oi J'uhjie  Works at Ottawa, antl in the oitice of the  Dmtnc- Hegistr^r of Lunds in ths Oity o  Vict r u, Proioceif liritish Uuli.inliin,  Da(e>l ihi'8 16th day of March, 1909.  FKASEK ItlVKIt LUiWUKK GO.  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Steeling,   Francs, Marks,  Ruhlos   hires, Kronen, etc.   Payable All  Over   the:  World.  Savings Acoounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  A. B. NETHERBY,   ma~^7kr.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������*���������������������������������������������*������������������    ������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^j  K. A IDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CDADH TO   ORDEi* R]HD  IN ANY STYLE YOO OU1SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  Are You  A WINNER   \-i}vt--ure-if-you-have-a���������duj)licateu^cmipAcJ m ���������  hers bc'ow. If you hold a lucky number mail it to us, and you will receive u l.t'uutiful 109 piece diniicreot. I5u. rrmember- you are ne likely  to win i.ext month on ihis month's couoon, -o save your coupoiis and  oiled as many as you can.  37199  40751  49534  29152  49232  46225  45230  39848  47854  462S4  FOU SALE���������Egg* for hutch,  ing, R. C. Rhode Ul.iiid Rodh  $1.50 per -setting of Ll. Lenv.  orders nt station as soon n* possible  ns only n liuiitod iJiiuilier wili hi  sold���������V, Dalhy.  LOST���������Between Saudwick aud  Cumberland, two books entitled  '' Happy Sundays with tlie Bible''  please return to this oflice or   to  Royal Standard Flour is a winner any way. It is ihe puree! and  best flour made. Every 4'Jlb sack co'.u.ii*-* o coupon en itlinjj the holder 'o n ulianco lo win one of nn beautiful and uo.-ily dinner telr given nWiiy each month. Gather toe uouponrf, and watch this ppuo9 for ������a*  i.ouncetncatd.  Vancouver Milling & Grain  Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   li. C.  NEW  Bicycles  Do yonln4������nd to p\imha������e i new Ho)���������  do thid ii>ittt(>uf W������ hnvo ovo- Twiuty  I) tterunt Shuleh <n (hon-ii In in,  Yonr nlten i )���������   in mllii.'. I:. V.i.r t''..vi.ti  t������������ Jti/..������������t r, ^    i,.:.' i...i,i A, ,���������;,;������������������'���������, !', ��������� .���������!��������� ,  fift.     Ci.Vcn i> ii.rir ���������������������������'.������������������<. , il; I'''" Mi  Wn ko ��������� KntflMi, t'viHtii'ii kii.i ,\nmri  c-MiWhifL ir-mStOh.-Jtir.,  ,, , i    .    o   i     '       *������'������* ���������������"'   ."f ���������.������>������������������" ���������������������������'������������������ ������������������  ���������'��������������������������� ,    Ours U tlm list roj������ i. shop in Vi.itnjj*,  Uorso* I������l pnzo * pts. -ml pnzn [ Walking ov������r to tho flroplaue. the spo- ' ������nd our workman ������ro ������ll ������xp..r H ��������������������� il.������  ������������������lallst sank Into no enny chair nnd the   t,U(,jmBt    j^t ,��������� do yonr le^trog,  liK'Hi Uoclcr man*, iuiu uuvllit.;.   TV.m  Not only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the "Grand Duke''  Cigar has all those necessary  qualities which give >o much  satisfaction to the smoker.  NOTICE.'���������No ml* will In*  cliaugod after Monday noon of ench  week,  The Uig Store have opened np  a vt.ry hniidsoiiio inillinrry  pitilor nndi'i' the unuiagrinont of  Miss K. /w'Hiimiti:, lato of Mohhii*  Hullergeow it Co. Ltd. of tfcattlo.  I'opi'iit it--Shilo's will euro my  rkii^Iii' nnd poldd,  ,*���������������.  (,.������aio Ul l\'..'.v'd il*.  ^Jnd j.i*i*/<'  1* pt*.  Slici'p und Hogs 1st piizu 2pls,  2nd l'm<* I pt.  A    ^ MHO*.*.   Ol    I'l.'lt.lliMi   Vim.     .U  givon tor tiin champion hull  and cow in ������,*���������������.��������� h hUh*, J'aDiiing  Mill f-������r V,oA D.tiiy Cow. (iuod  J'rizes in all <:U*������.i'i of Ilor-n*.  $10.00 Ck-h'm f.n ('h.ihipioi.  JI<������rw������ out Miu T"iir. thi* eh ���������  tijien to all c������(,i,������i>,  I13/J0 lMr������t ? 10.00 S<������-oi.d and  $������VM) Thinl   I'rix.', awardml   Uo  -���������est I'M*** Colt   Sind   hy   Ju.t,  Ctili..'X  IIotMi   Vil'ffdvrti  Anions  t!on Horn*.  Sltiwp nud IL������gs have not Ih-m  IffttVoo. In thi- I'mltry emiii  ���������weeing cht"g������ ''���������** "���������*" "M  tiAkovi'd n mnmrnt'������ nltonfc, hrflVcn hf  tho specialist, who Ion nod n little for*  ward.  "My dear M.," ho said Mo������ly as be  looknl serous at hU eolltiSRUn, "of all  th* Uffljr women that's tho very ugliest  woman I to ������*>vr mvo o% ku> U.V."  "Is she?" repllnl tbe local doctor.  "Yoa wait until you've seen htr slater."  ������4ft.nJ IU ' I.O'i'lH; I'll' *   UT'I'- TV  Write or o������ll ou tw ������t our nu ��������������� morn,  THOS. PLIMLEY,  0BNTBAL OYOLB  DEPOT,  tor Ours i* tne Pioneer Bicycle Store  VIOTORIA,       B. 0.  KoRSAl,!-;.  $1  per dining  Luke  1'okin Duck eggs  0. Shaw,  Tiuil, t-ourli'iinv  JNiocu Shoaling  A ("hoice selection of IJattau and Sea Grass Rockers  and Ann Chairs. A Complete New Stock of Enamel  and Tinware, Headquarters for Linoleums and Wall-  Paper, of which wc carry the Largest and Rest assorted  Slock iu the district.  The Right Price  Piiiniuire Store,  Ai MoKinnon  i������  -:   Rover Motor Cars   :-  New nnd Ounrantced Prom 4600  Thr$e celebrated ears arc written down from Jttooo  to  away below cost to make room for 1909  models.  Plimtey Auto Company  Victoria.  LVfK'iit if   Slu'lo,* will mire my  roiiym miu i-..nip,  * ..' .  ft, .,'.,....   .,yf   /.  .t,  ,mm&*���������g*  The house of Ridgeways \t.is  c*M.tbUd������cd  iu the   year   iS./>.  Over  seventy years reputation |  for quality and flavor.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ���������MNOMItflMMMIN     UmimiMMHHMM  >  I CUMBERLAND TAILOR I  I  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Mr, Ci. UnW, Mr. A. \4. Lnt^gi  and   Mr   (1.   M'Ciitmy,  of  the:  J'. C. T������*ieph������������n������* <,"mp:������uv.������rriv-  oil on I'Yiduy la*t  by   nuto   from  I J Vatmitiiii,  J  Ladies' and Oeiitletnen's Suits Made to Order  from 5ao to 835    AU Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  tcftcut*;*?������mtctce  ccccccce*:cc������cc������ cct������  *


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