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The Cumberland News Oct 5, 1909

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Array \_.  /  **.\x  '������������������f\.  (dj-  ^���������*-  Reserve yourself for the Young Britons' Grand Masquerade Ball on Monday, October.  pfGOft*;.    <t(  A Journal D������voted E������������������<oli*ll}> %*9 th������ Int������r*������Kt������  "*-?"  The News, Eighteenth Year,  Cumberland b. c^Tuesday, oct. s*^  AT THE  Grand Fall Opening  Fall & Winter Goods  -1  Wheu. we respectfully .ask your inspection of  our   large up to-date and exclusive   stock  of merchandise for the comitig^-season,-,  iNCLUDINGi^-Costumes. Mantles, Rain-,  coats, Dress Skirts, Dress Goods, Furs, Millinery, Children's. Headgear, Silk Blouses,  Flannelette wear; complete line "of Hbusir-  Futuishings, etc.,., Ready-Made/Clothing,  Clothing to order, full line of Gent's Furnish  iugs, Fall hats, new line of Slater'-sShoes etc.  COME IN AND LOOK AROiiJ^I),  "No" trouMeto^shdw'you"alF~^r^6������rtitufgsjr  whether you want to buy or uot.  Teh* phone No. 38.  SIMON LEISER  & Co., Ltd.  OUNSMUIR AVENUE CUWBKRTiAK-0  k .1  OUt* FflUU STOCK  is now. COMPLETE  Ifi : Rhh : ItlfliS  J. McPHEE & SONS  Dunimuir Aveuue, Cumberland.  1  ���������-  i  t-  '.  i  k  ii*p������n*i������H������ne ***** #% e*������1*in *t  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PftOPRMTOftS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLfNQ WORK8  Agents for Union Brewing Company'! BUKR and  PORTER,     Wholesale Dealers In all Kind, of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  ii������������iii'������I**������ii������������M<Hi me t%4 >  ������  Subscription $3.00 a Year.  ;���������?  . 1. r  o ���������  Correspondence.  ���������v  {���������;.   The Editor,  Cvxmni.ksi) Nkws.  Sir:���������On Monday evening Iho  air was suddenly filled with tho  most hideous noises, such as ono  could only imagine, being produced by a band of cannibal savages  celebrating a victory after feasting on tlio bodies of tlieir prison,  ers.  Doing somewhat of a recent arrival In Cumberland, J enquired  what could possibly bo the meuu.  ing of Mich a riot? and was informed it was called a ehivarari  whioh it was iisih.1 for th������ girls  and boys to indulge in when a  wedding wns taking place, their  object being lo extort blackinail  from the newly wod, Onu any  thing more denplcablo nnd debus  ing to tho young he Ituagitiod, or  to the fair fame of tho city , Mar-  riago is an honorable estate which  uo one should bo allowed to insult.  Ii it is n ahamo and disgrace to  thow indulging iu it, is it not  doubly so to a mayor and council  who ullow such proceedings within their jurisdiction J Surely their  |ry!2ce &w\d bu iiuti uc'.ci to pro  tect decent cili'sens from any nucit  Hitnoyanee hy taking summary  steps to bring them to justice,  If they do not, it will iu order  for rospeotable voters at the near*  by election to bury lha present  Board fifty fathoms deep, with  their faces down hill aud written  over thoir grare in capital let fori,  ���������mo reiuirreetioti 1"  "PIMWSTED."  nrr  . **.!.,,������.-  Preparations For Big Hos  pital Day at Cumberland  Saturday the x6th inst. will  be the iuattguratiou of the first  hospital day in the city of ('um  berland, The ladies of Cumbpr.  laud have" laid extensive* pfcHVs  for a day that will go down in  annals of the city's history. For  weeks they have planued aud  schemed aud worked, and they  now have things into good Working order. Thi movement started in the Maccabees Order and  branched out until now over  ninety per cent, of the ladies of  the city have allied thomselve*  with the noble work. From Mrs  Haggart, tbe patroueas with her  able body of assistants to the la*  teat recruit, every on haa done  their beat to make the first hos  . pital day in Cumberland a roar*  ing success. The object ia a noble oue, aud well worthy of the  efforts of the loyal hearted women of the city. The hospital, iu  a town like this appeals to tho  heat of nil. No mau working in  the many occupations connected  with the mines, btit sees its needs  and is proud to be able tu con*  mmmm  1  mmm  -mm  Wc Self  Por Less  IJ. N. rtcLEODI\VZ  NEW Dfttiss COqflrS FOR FAliU.  Splendid Shoming,  The display of New Fatl'Urcfs Materials will interest every intend  ing purchaser, whether you require inexpensive or high class fabrics, by  ail meins inspect our stock.   Twooeteweithy items follow:���������  SATIN STRIPE SUITIKG-An attractive UiloriU, fabric of  teed weight and' finish, comes 46 incfctrwi-Je uinewett scj4c3*r4t,$?.*M  ayard. UltESS TWEEDS-CoiHes in pituy sktgas u*A 48. iachtt  >>ide.   We make this 1me our reader in drest jpods^Ofl (,Y 7 f c. a yard.  Luge, asiortmeat et FiMwdJetMs, Wrap^rattes and Kinona  , ctothsTpricts raaging fVohi*t������c. to sjc. a yd.  Wc also wish to tnomioe we bar* just tatMrai a large assortment  ol Hosiery and Underwear and will quale you a lew ol the many li������ei  at prices that cannot be bealea:���������  ..Penman's Natural Wool, No. 95,11.35 garment  '���������   Heavy Underwear, 75c aud |i 00garment  V   Fleece Lined,   50c   and 6qc   garment  * ���������'  .if'   ��������� ','*" . i      ' ' ' ' , ' .    *  Come one and all to the Corner Store, you will find what you Want and  can coant on price and quality beiig right.  THE CORNER STORE  o       Dunsmuir Avenue,    ; CUM13EULAND, B.C.  .J  Wedding Gifts  $l.ooand Ufa .to 93BO  A liHRCH STOCK  To S������l������tt Ffom.  Price* .earn Low  STERLING SILVER, SILVER  PLATED  GOODS.   AND    RICH    CUT    GLASS  The Jeuielet*  Removed Next the Royal Bank, Cumberland  ���������mm***  tribute to its niaiutaiuance. He  does, not know what day he may  : te^-arried up there on * atretch-  er, and the ebneionsness that It  may be his .turn next, makes  him feel deeply for the poor un*;  fortunate work-mate. It is for  this purpose, the movement is.  The whole thing is tho setting  apart a specific day ior contributions for thepurpose. It is the  purpose of the ladies to rbe on'  hand when the local football  player* are playing for the Merrifield Charity Cup and erect  booth* to take up conlraibutions.  The game will ty well wojtli.eee  ing and should draw a big crowd dent cannot be ascertained" at-  There is an effort being made to  have the local baud in attendance. This would make the en  tertaiument more lively. While  the game is going on other ladies will take subscriptions at  booths down town. This will al.  low them to aolicitate from practically everyone in town.  There hu been wld? diversity  ot opinion as to how much will  be realized. It is the general be  lief that the sum will go close  to live hundred dollars.  Mr, and Mrs John Jack, of  Olaagow, Scotland, arrived on  Wadnasday last and art the guests  of Mr. and Mrs. Jt������ Uo fttl.  Terrible   Explosion in Ko* 2  Mine, Extension.  Nanramo, October 5.��������� An  explosion occurred this morn-.'  Jhg at nine o'clock in No. a?  mine, Extension. THere were  about fifty men in the mine at  time of-explosion, Of tit[s n'um  ber 35 ������ot out out safely. Mine  has caught fire and work of res  cue will be very difficult, Name  of men in mine at time of ncci  present, but jt ii known that  Thomas O'Cbnnell, Herbert  White and James Molyneux,  all of Ladysmith, are among  the men imprisoned in mine,  A train with Doctor Froat on  beard waa sent from Lady  mith for extension. Alex.  Shaw, firebass, was reported  its miasing, but Inter it was as.  certained thut he had got out  (Coutinnod on fourth |>������ge)  Mr. J Comb has pnrehnted two  lot* on Dunsmuir Avenue, next to  T. Hanks* ratidaiHfa, on which ht  will pnild in tne near future.  f  M. Ti. tVeutiie, a logger at Union Uay, was soiiteuoed to six  months in jail, for obtaining goods  under falsa pretonntr, from tht  Andtmon I*ogjjlng*Co., by Magistrate Ahraiiif, on Monday !���������������'.  Hosiery ,BdUndei������ttieap  A large shipm cntof men's and beys'umlerwcar in heavy and  natural Wool, just received.  Ponman's Natural Wool H.lftagBWiant  ������������������      Heavy     ������������������   ���������...,������, *l.00 and 11,26 a garment  **      Wltt-co Untmi !... '. ...75e a garment  I^liVs' and Children'. Jli������i������ry in pUin and rib mahmrre Mm. to 50c a pair  lloya* and Uirls' wool Hihl������il, double V.������r������* Vk to Mc a pair  CAMPBELL BROS.     CUHBERLAND  IP Jti CttjjiarlgJ Hews  i-'-* i -1   LCvery   1-ites lay   by* tbe  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This pnper will nut hold itself  lvispousible foritke.opiiiiwnayf'oth-  *������r*, as mny appear in its columns  <n>R) time to time. '* '  THiiMiws. cuMBEkLAtlBFHIli'l'l^U WLUMUIA;  'I'l'li.iD.VV,  N.. .    ......  OCX.  Af  WW,-  ���������Mmm  !)*. D. E. Kerr, deuti.tt, will be  n' Comox-Sept., 28th to iho.30th,  ruiirtnmy Oct., UtW;fUHiv'arid  Cumberland 10th to 31i>t.   .  S MADt IN CANADA  ������������������me.  GOOD HEALTH  .     '-'     NOTICE  . -^^      . ������,** *r* -..  -���������Vr.     ���������''',.      i     *     ���������-���������'  EyerylBonday. -and' Tuesday  will be iu' to;wVi'' to deliver. Fteilt.*  ]Sutter ^ud a|l kindsotVegeltables  * andhalfio 20 tons of potatoes; Will  se!Uehe������pt<^ ��������� --:������������������'.pi'"' '-��������� '������������������- '���������  ��������� ������  -;'v      ,'Chi.u Ykuk,  ������������������������!}*���������  Sandwick.  Baking  Powder  Inaurea Pure Food.  *��������� E. W. CtfLUHT CO.. LTD. #  . i{> . tataatm. P������t.,      .. mm*-  ..~m.t'#       <���������  Just Out  TAKENOTpEthit 30 days  after jlatel ^intend.to apply to.the.  ,. Ho-ii.The Ohifef Coniinirtsionorof;  Lands fur ft licence to' pKi'spJct. fdr  ,o.o:il-*aiKi petroleunr'-pii itiuiid midei-l  the-hiudsi ��������� situate 6'tl the fore$hogX9  of Rupert District un're  partfc-  '.,*..'.*:.  ....  ,    '"'t,���������/>'-:,���������>;  ���������������������������V,,',",'i1-);V-p';V"U^V  nlarly.de&cribed as followe:���������Cquh  yi.-... ������������������ ���������  ... ��������������������������� ��������� i . -.- ....--. .',.���������.���������*���������>-'������������������  meucing.at a ppst .planted t^t the  South. vAy^st. .C9i'n.er._ of'. 'Seetlons  Twdiit^four' [2*^' Towuiliip (2)  in the. -siaM* District*,- thence South  Sixty-������imr,.(G'4) chains"-itiwre oHess  --t-O-lhe North'Wost "txmit-r ot X*pX  ^Xen.t-y-i'iye [,8^j Rupert Dwtftct;  Under New  .   ..- ���������������* ��������� ;  '   -,  Management.  i  First-Class   Board [by;;-, i  I tjie^day,jvveek, or; mantk|j '  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new $ i  ly Replenished witliltlie^J  with the choicest of Wtiies  liquors and cigafsV  '  James   Waltar*,:  ���������-'���������      ��������� ������������������ --'��������� ',;���������'���������   '.ifi.:-!. -.:"������     A,  . i \ ���������   w.  -We.  ArtistteaNy: panted.  -  Sjbftws-.the- shoes,i>i natn-  Xic^tn all about superior  '"jlJiibes���������the ''Leckie  ���������St"'. > '     5*' ������������������     '  .,:������ Shoes," "*;  <  made in Vaucotiver.'  3 * It describes  each of  jtheur hi; detail,   slices  jjov^well /they 'arc made,  ind tells you jthe  retail  ���������jjjrices and where you can  get them.   Send a postal  ���������fljjr it to-d*y.  ^ lieeWe A Co. Ltd  :('   Vancouver, B'.IC.' -:  Airs. J. Comb was a passenger  by Thursday'sontgouwg steamer .*���������'  ���������..." i"h'i������ ��������� '���������'  ���������<-������������������ Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Anderson,  Of Mfible Cretpc, Sask. arrived in  tov^last,,\y|ek. ar.d are the guests  of Mr. and'Mrs. T��������� Horbury, Mrs  Anderson's parents  -Mrs. "WVWaiarti' arrived- home  from Victoria by Friday's boat.  *���������,'.��������� .:.**���������:.-. ���������'.'"   . ���������  Miss 0. Piket arrived home from  Deniuaii Island, rdj^Wedaesday'������  doat.  '.* ���������   ,. ,   ',*>'.,..  .~i ���������"'���������".���������' -pi ���������-"  T Mrs. J. Hudson, of Vancpuy^  ibri^cd hf Wednesday^ boat.'' -*  Mr  jOnstoms  ~1 -w  .   Marcli^nj;,-a;l>mi)<^Wr;^  uns, arriv-ed *y"Wdw'l^0^  '*   ��������� v.Jl*   % W a -tM  ���������   .ii ���������mmmmme��������� ������������������������w   *n ���������,.' tvvw���������  Rev.  p.  McGillivray.arriTed  'home dy,Friday^.ppaj.   '���������.^'-',  !.'    ft ���������- tURf*   .       *.  ���������/-'n^,  Mr: and-Mrs^^Pf" Watson arrived home dy Friday's doat.  '��������� n  '" Mr. Ef C. Emde and Misa Emde  \ii-Wfe"'paJs*enger,B l)y; Thursday's  Outgoing steamer. "*  When troubled with fall  . jRashes^ecxemo. opaivy skin  disease apply Zam-Buk!  'i -'..-������������������ S������lrH*kiR hdwq'uJeily U rases  ktiieirairtikgWsUnsiikg! Quickly  cures bruises,  cuts,  burns; and  ^iSuinsswei:.   '������ *#"������.  pl   :  Zam-*ik U m������hi froa������|*^ur������  ^beeW .sseiipe^' tie ignMlirts-  n^lMneralj^^fFibt.tWsr t  I^rujjiilinnS.r^tfrri Krrfitilifri.  ^*r**v*-a*-emm*mmmnma  ?.      ^**r  ������,  }.: Lifebuoy Soap is delightful re  -freshing for Bathor Toilet A hot.  weather .For washing under-cloth-  ing it is unequalled.   Clcaues and  ���������purifies. ������������������    -.-..:. '"$ . ������������������      " *      -.^  COAL M1NK8 BKQULATION-ACT.  M  OTICfiI i������ befe1^\Tf en flifct Sm'mijua  jSr  . X "���������  theuce West ^following tlio sinii-  ositie-J of the shore limv lit high  \vi������ter mark' to'a point 6oven.t.y:four  [74] chains due west fnnh the  eiihtorly boundary of I he lands  hereby applied for; thewu** Jiortli  Fifty-eight (58) chains more or  losH.to the hi^li V'atW.Hinik-.oii tlie  shore, of Sectiiin Twciity-ihrt'e i[23j  Township T������*o (2); thonee east  seventy-foul' -74'-| jb^fns^.iliy're. or-  less to the point"of commencement,  containing- IWrhmidrudJWl fifty  Dated this 21st day of"A'n^..li)09  .   . ,   4 H. G/j^.f*l|ns*vkifu!i.v,'  "'!'*' X'KItOT C.U.I.UNS-  J    '.���������*���������    . :':-';   .',*: ���������"  'Agent,  'i  ,.CyMft3$L������ND, B.  ,.. /���������.  ���������"'JI  l,"."l,  ' >  TAKE NOTICE thut 30 days  lifter, dutq we ;,yjte^;ijt,v*.apply  to  the Hon. thq Chief .CouynMouor  'of Unds forali^i^.^. ;p.m(4^ct  * /oi't'oillNtrid pot role um uu in and  * nudor the lauds   sit\iate   ou . tht  '.Ji/i'iiblioio'of Rupert DUtjict uibro  .,pii.rticujni'ly (Usauribod liti* l'"llowi;,  ^^Cuiiiin^tei'Ug ������|t a: lMj,jt;' plained  at .thl^^th).,W������Ht.Ci^lH(f|*Cifv>HtO������  ' iioii'Tweiityl-fo.vir, (24.) T'^nship  ' lwo(2) In the snld Plstrh't; thtmew  South Sixty-four 104J clmins morii  or h������t* to tlio nurtli we^t i'uriinrof  iuf Lot-ISvwity-fivo (2!J) '(Alport  .District; tlnjnce eaet following the  'sinuosities of tlio nhorulineut high  water murk to. a point *"V*unty~  four 174] uliains duo eiift lioin thu  Wk-ii'I'I'v b iiuuhiry ������>f the lands  Jii'TuliV iM.iilli'il 'fti;*':   MitMU'D. Nol'lll  m ���������   I  ������S< \ oiity.iHA'. ITIi'j 'Miiuii';   ilii'iiiui  !:cu'-t    li.,li'n4irV[iHi.T   ffilirl;   oil  t u flmti o^sid iWetien Twenty-  fmir (24), Hnd .^Uipviiiu, llr'sir.Uti  (iViths of shore lino to.^h������p(iiii|,oX  (���������"iiiiiieiifeniiint, t eou^iniij^ r.ivo  li.niurmi {out)) items nion* or, \vea,i;  Dmt'ii UiiniUt Guy of Aii(^.lyUU  J*iMWCo'aAV Coal''Mrsv������  Ltii.  ��������� 'jNun'IViioniif'l.W.ilitv],''  Agont.  .*,:.*   -i- ***'*���������*��������� ������'  O. H TARBELL  Advertisers will confer a favor  by- bringing in fbeir adp. not later  thnn Monday, ns this will tnaljie  the printers;'��������� to "itisert^ it in ttie  ne*t i.8s.������,\e on t.ho,following..Tun-  day.  Jvme2nd,l|K  Foresliore ifjose. ^  Gomox Diatriot. %  .ttjtmnt, a^ Good meal  mi  *, AIDA, PROPRIETOR.-  Dansmain ��������� Rve.  <m*sm  Lever Brothe-^,*Toronto, will se.nd you  free a cake of tlieir famous Plantol  toilei spap; jf you mention itiis paper.  CwA's Cotton Root Compound.  The gnat Utertn* lonie, Md  ,wUy ,������kf������ * eltectAial' MoptUy  Kegutetoron wliich Iranian can  dopenL Sold Is time degree*   5 No.*  ot strength���������No. 1, |1  10 degrcc*stronger.  Bold  NcS  for BpcclalcaacsrfS pcr"te������,  ~ "d by, aU drogntt^ or. wus  PAtd- on' receipt of price.'  . _.     Free pamphlet.', AddreM:..Jet.  QaafHE0terai0B.T0MNT0,SHT. (f<*m*lvWirxUi(i  T!sr?  ... M?"-'  'im-  .,������,*."������jjj.;.",l *������  ,TAKK ������OTICK,:that',,yictqria  Lumber and Munufatokurinj; Com������������������  l>-jny,,v&j*wtwl'1 intends Spi>^  for permhrsion to lento the{til-Wwina,  describedforeshore'Tand^ *"���������"! ''  '������������������bpmmeire^ni���������4Y'^.'^^,J%ao;i  of lot {4)'���������"{Itidian //*������(6iVitjrdii j[  'tliince^drth' ihd'wlWerty' slohg  tho high wator msrfcW a'poiht  wh'er* the *bootn':-WiVhiiea'^liiliijh.  following b������>om.iicro^i'lo hl^hWS^ef  ^nsrk; thft>ne������. ,\ilome;������lNtnkhiiifiyf  hundrod lSO0],(()et ^ rnouth .oCth#  (lourtensy or,i?un,t|e^ge ttiyer to a  post w^rkeil [2];^ thones (outh.  Mvtmtypd] feet to loy y^ter msfk;  thonco alonj^lo^. f^Vu" mai;k lo  Iniom acrosi * ������|ough, follow, bopin  esst to Km i������*������u*r nS'arkj. thonct  ioUtK;andWst������rlv Mw low wstir  mark to pi see of coterntnesrosht,  ���������rontsininf Uu [Wl'tyrr rhbttj'or  If ss, divtsiiee ivb^ut ft] mile,  ,'f  '���������   -[ffiinejlj JVC. HOOKER,  ' 'A>,fifit,f"i* V Id Of lit 1. VtnUrsn  nd  MhtMifaiMiiriiiU'. C'jnip.'ijiy, I.iiulted.  \'y   *'f       '   ���������      ���������        '  * .   I     .   , I i. ..   .  I infixed ,|,wi)<i UUi, 1UO0. ������..i,  :?���������������'  ���������  iliIGH Gt������t9E SKiVFS  ���������+m* ...if KITCM^M. Ulfc.^.L*,  jportsmens Goods  7' ���������i mid ���������-���������.''  } Ger������e^atiil(r<(ir*re,  *.    .��������� ������*��������� ii������j������ *  '   NIW YORK  CLIPPER  '���������*.-. >)��������� * ������������������ - ������j*>?.j^y-^|������||;^wa^*������i..)<..t������iA.-,(,t  fHEAJRICALI SHOW PiKI  ,      IMTHIWOIIkD^  mtFrYi*, ������iii.ew,not  itwKo ������nre.Li.  h #AMfiLi Copy Fiiii. ;  mNKQUUNmi.N.(WVl  JP^VOU WANT GOOD1  PRINTING GO TO THK'  NWWS. WKST-CUSSWQRKj  SittRer Hewing Marhiuen fir  rile on easy tenty at the NEWS;  OFPIt'K.  out.Oebtiitg, Mt ntul nml /train Wortf, Vet  potuiinrg, Sexual Wtakiirss. lCmissions, Sim  materrhtm, and Rffrrta of Abuse or Jieetsstt  IMo9.ll per bos. nix for SS., OnowrillplvaM.c.x  --������������������ ^-   ������������������ j,^   ��������� -���������-������������������.������-. .-  ThoWooJ'Wwtlclno'Oo.  ���������oenw-  !"*'���������  <Mi  -,y fi  |V^  . >  Wm  SAI.K-A   tn-Uah  newly Mlwljjj^tbly to Alts.t'r-j  quIiHrt. Courinn), |t,y.  ;**  HI"'  .<.<.'.  \yedding Inyitadons^v^'-o-    ,j  tVisaing.Cards, , :���������  fi^;.Btjsirtc5si C?irds, t"!*,;- ���������  Mqm$riam\ Cards, *  " .    .   Letterheads Billheads  'Show, Cards,  .Handbills, Dodgers,  Circulars, PInvelopes,. ���������   .. .  Dartce Invitations,  ���������* .' .      .' *   'i .'���������  Ball  programmes,  Circukf^,' MefiCis  Receipts, etc. etc.  Dunsmuir Avenue C U MB K R I, ANI)  I3T No necessity to send your.prituiug out of town,* as  you can see from the above list that we are fully  prepared theater to your wants for anything yon may  ttteti in PRINTING.  "Wool's HiosphodiM,  The Great English.   Remedy.  tions will l>e lield for 1st, 2nd and 3id  Class  'tha;A  all  land and Merritt, ou the   12th,   13th aod  14th days  ol Octolier, 1909,   comxceucfuij  at 9 o'eli 6k iii th^fiirenoou.  Th������ subjects will be osifollows:��������� *  ���������  First Clj������88 Caud.dBt������,B���������.  Mining Act and Sptciul Kulea."  '''���������> MiheGsB b. ' "  " A J  ^���������..'Ventilation*.: *        A".*~' i\  General Wurk. ��������� "*'"    !  Miue Machinery. *  ���������"������������������' -8urve>l������g. . .*. >%;.  S^opd'eiues ^aiididatcs��������� .,���������;,  Wiui.ig Aot and Special Rules,   i  Mine GniitB. ....        ' t  On  i-i*  ^Gstoiisifc-Work.'^,  Tones and invlsornion t^o whole  nervous Rvstein, makes now  Ulcodln old Voliis. Cures A'trr  molerrhim, and Rffrrta of Abuse or Hrttstts  Icuro.  St  tfulfrte^  mtmy Ifi  wllf euro. "SoU'br nil" Jnjwriitfl or Vjiivllcd in  pluln.pkjr. on rocolut of jnica*. ffoo vowhlet  Krl  Viiulaor)  Toronto, Of^t,  VICTORIA YACHT CLUB   ���������  Ynchtsiuen and huuich oM'ners  desirous of joining the club, may  obtain application forms from Oh  howej.lyn Wood,..Comox,.  Nk Ut Memliers viuiting A, Y.  i\ JSxposition aro -.cxeinjitv from  harbour'due'si '"  ^hird.Glii^!i.C������i!yfi6������teB-     ,* '���������  ;   Miujiig Act. and Special Rul������s.  Mine GRreB and Genira) Work.  Applibitiin. n.u t be. mmle to the un-  dersi(jned not liter thau Tutsduy, Oijtilxr  5th, 1909, neci mpnijied l>y the tta (uory  (ee ait follow,:��������� ���������.'.. ��������� -. ;.'.-  By an applicant for First CIr������b fexitmio-  ation v.....*....-.i*.-..".���������..-.81.0 00 \  ��������� B> an App icn������it for **eo\ d CUpb Ejhi  min>.tioq...... I'.,".. ...jl^lO ot]  '   hy ������!i'Apt-Mention-tot Third Class Eia-  miiiRtion.-. 66 00  The iipplioation lunst K r.e0' mpni.itd  by oVigmul teB'in'Oiiiils aud evidence statin I,' tliut:--'  {.) If o onndidate for First CIiibp, that  he is a British bubjtct aud lins lihd-|������t  least five yirtrVe*p������flM.6e' Iii i'r'IbVwt  tho practical woiking ot o ooul mine, uud  is at Uiist t**wty !!���������* y������*iWtifaitti; f  (b) If a cnudidiite ft-r Second t laes, Atii  he ht>8 lia'd lit 'iesst' fivif sW������,*Txytiie co  iu or about tl.o iructioiil working ot n  oosl mine: -Sim*-'^ ���������^i-^Wff'.l&.j'. V   .,  [n) If n onudidnte for Tliird Ours, that  he b������i hiid'af least'tl/rco >������nrs' ixpcri*  tuoe in or about the pmoticnl work ut,' ot  of ii oo������I ruloi*!    j.-a������.:.>���������       ������*>  (d) A (*������tuiid*ite fur n Ci-rtlfleii'e ot  Uimpeteui}' iii Munngrr, Uvt'.inai, Slnit.  bo������s, FlnlioBR, or 81 otlixUWr. ������liall pn������  diice n oertiliU4to fr. m ������ duly qualified  nieJiuiil priietitioi er .liowiug Unit hu Ims  tiiknun uonrse iu nmbuln.oe Hor<v ntttfig  him, tbe Slid ciimlidnto, to gho llrst u|d  to persom injurrd iu eosl tnluins open-  tloiis*. *.  By order of the Btmrd.  FHANclS H.'.SHIPIIKRU,    \  .j. i, . v        * ������,>������������������������������������ ������������������ finorotiry  Nanaiiiio, B. 0., July Srd, 1(KI0.  '   ^l|^*tl^^X*7  * "Gl'n,'lf  '''''Oukel' nmljinvu'sHtisfnctipu, Uu������  jon ,inadu, Jmnd iiutde.'" HK-3 nmdf  from clem*Havana Filler,  1  Thsre aro t|ic huhiIhts that en*  OD'pleot dinner set.  title you  -     48004  61848  j   U1U4  ire tli  to a 11  57221  00428  04001  06728  60877  58270  56207  If you havo not brawn one yet,  y<$u certainly  will soon.     Esch  ...wi.jh frcn; the dup'.lcatit c! the  cou{.<ons pi a*:l In ibe rafVr of  Royal Standard Flour Wing our  lu.illf, we dr*t������ ten numl cv������ when  yoo ttoure ona ol iho>e, you afayfn-  illloil in it dinner M tree nt rhari������(������  you probably know many of the  winners. wstclKhis papor each  monthjor your I urn..,  Ri.y������l fitsmUrd Flour is tha beat  and purest FIbwer'ln ihe market  in W'fu.lfrn \)arti*6n tt������ \lay.    " It  In a ������������|H'rlnr "fbnir-noi nearly dlf  forent, but superior.  ���������MsnufiCtured' by���������  Vancouver Milling  i drain Company Ud  tANCOUVKR, B. C.  k  1  X  V  t  to  i  *jS  9.  ���������������������.  WANTED���������Buysjtnd Girls td  send ior n Free Sniuplo Copy o$  WpTEUN LlKKanilaot oh n-J  gents in vomitry diMriett*. Good^  'mtpiinission lillowed, Address;,  The Clttxun Printing and Pnbli.h;  Ing Co., 2122 Granville Street,;  Vancouver, II, C.  a������wiricfltnerlcan.  iMVWtJtl  iMHirsfj  feZtmr*  mi*  OwterNl repn>li������g. :������������v  -1*49  $>  ���������it"  V^'jE****'  Sum berland" flerxts  til  3  tit  *'���������. v.*  o  m  .....    ,'������������������'���������.      .V^^,*V  '$���������������  'j.  The drink ol' strong jiten and,ihealtby \Voi������ieh.  ,���������;  .*���������  ..*r ������W.t*f :���������--���������������*���������>"���������  vi*:  ^.*  m*  1.������ .s^.  ."* -.;    '.   ^     > Drink  UlBc Q. Bpl^emian    *  fh e tlNlOli feREWH^������o^ Nanaimo BC.  JVteCormiek: ft&0est #ool&  BINDER^  . . RAKES  TEDDERS  ,'. mTWWE--  ?��������� ���������     Nanaimo, Oct , JJttt,  ',' The..force. oi.the ex-  !; plosion   was   terrific;  \ the 'apptpach'jygs; torn  out,; doors bfo-vyn fropi  I  the ^hinges,' and' stop-  p .pings blown Out. *:**.  [.    These.* Jast are.", the'  '  cause of-the.   present  I troubles and   difficulty  kah^Eettdiiti^tteuiieDpL;  ��������� 1 h|re   is no   ventila--  tion| aiid. |^Q(re*.ar|;M>.  dications that��������� fr filters.;.;  ' progres$.;$ ������hisbe so  > it may^'quiteatimelt-^^^   DnT  .t before the- imprisoned :*  meivin the levels are ������������������  *   ,.',        ')������'   '    A'v'   :  ���������  , ���������   \ '  reached.... From.'��������� No.2 ��������� $  ;..-       'i.^tA '���������  -l-Sy- :r r'  ',���������-���������������������������':*'���������: 'J'"'''---:--'        "  and thr^.e- levels a driver! and a tram*��������� boy  /g���������".' put. "?'#H' riam^s  ' 0}/ i^issine nje'u. carmoj:  bt CascertainedTDUt the  ���������  TIGGIES ' '  WAGONS  CA   V  harness '.t  '?&^to- ;;  machinery  "ETC. "'      -''.'.  \- Walworth-Rplston Go:.**���������* ������  '1020 Westminster -Ave-.,'-'������������������ 5-      'Vancouver*  B������ C.'  *, i-i ('iimhorlanri l ivori; "  a >r������ 1 T **  J and FeedMfes  $  fascertriin  ;pciyousii-'list"'ffiVen''aHi,ff!  ikno\ m ��������� to   be ������#^the;  .j ame j Shaw was lea������  der eii the rescue par-  *  v ^ "i     ������������������ ���������  1  and-if.pie out"of. the  mmejf.bout 1:30p.m.  lleWaS- ver^ weak  frort dimes, and pois-  gases. He. could, give  $0 news, except  that  r fch$ j r������sci^rC: ih*ad: Jnot  reached No, 2, hut  werf? getting near; all  vjaf being done; that  ciSulcl be- dpnc, bujt  scene .gLcxplosion had  nut befihv^c^hed. At  2:15 p. :ta���������vi#ord catcii:  o0<;of toffinei fiat  ,..   *'      A A t#4bau* :. ,->%.   .  mercsjCiNmi tiav^ .cacjt  ec| |N6. ,18^stall aiid] ;JL~  Ciimc across six rfem^Jip  bo.qics. Searchers hi'v*  bec| senfort touring  thfeliout.   /   '  ,   wt9<&W-*-^m^-*������t,'"A' .-���������>  -,**'*;'.'*  n*2  JOHN    BRYDEN  FIRST : CLASS  ;R1GS :",OE':.ALL  ^   ,.KI^DS  ...  ��������� ���������  ���������wood  4t\  4>t  NOTICE.  Ryling on locomotives nnd  rail  way purs of   the   Union   Colliery'  Comp&nji.'by'any-* person' or* per.  3on^p;;3xcGpt Uiin prew-^-iL* strictly  prob!l'Ued.   CEmployees  r,xa sub-  >e .'to i-iismis'siil-'for allowing sam-"  By.order'' 4    '  . .   Francis Ot Lvrtiv.  ��������� Mnnarfoi  ;,,,.  For Pall Planting  7-' Imported ���������  [.>1WTMJ������.:FHOM-Til'E"'USl  rF.UIjlNCMI ��������������������������� HOLLAND* 'AND  . HOME1  GROWN  ftiiit (arid ^OrriajhriCDfal  Trijcv^a^FruM Eng-  |,fehHo^t',',"r;,v:::  "Grown in tlio only .piu't of the  nt.  jr 'Duusmtpx Avenge   /.       *  iJ'CliMBEkuANI^.ll. C,    ;;'  4^'44H^f*f4-f'lMH������HMH^'44^'^ AinufTvan continont  not inlestcd  ' with llie San .lose- scale; Onr  '.' trees! do hut have to -bo fumigatod  jand eonsequontly damu^ed,' Full  tliue of GardK-n^^Fl^l^mjijJ Klower  Seeds In stock f*\\t\yj\ by tho' bout  r 'ftiKl most reliitbio fttcllleOimkl and  *t Jforolgn growers.  b, ', FsrUUrerrs," Bee Supplies, Spmy  .& , pPumps, S^irayIvar material cut *FI ow-  8.' T feW'ilto*.  ,   eM' 'J.    HENRY    ,;  Oresnhpiises, 8e������d Houses and 'Post  ,'- Offloq AdJre-s,  8010 WE8TMIWITEB B0*D,  jOSHN McLEODS  *   *���������  FOR FIRST-CLASS  " CANDY,. FRUITS,-,  **  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-eud service  between Vancouver,  Nanaimo, Uqiou, Cotnos, by   th'o  steel Clyde built twin ec������*w  steamer '.'COWICUAN"  Sailing as under���������  Laaves Vindbnver, Saturday 8 gm  Arrives' Nanaimo, .Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday Gam  Arrives Cumox,   Sandny 3am  lteturniu*?:���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4 p m  ,  Leaves Unto., Sunday 5 pm  i Arrives Nauaimo, Sunday 11 p in  ', Arrives. Vancouver Monday 7am  Stage loaves'Union for Cumberlnml every Sunday nioruiiii! on arrival of 'COW-  10HAN;"-aud leaves Cumberland Hotel  at 1 pin, connecting witb steamer at  Usjon.  >.������TAKE NOTIOE that 1   intend  FQK SAJLE���������Five roomed cottage, with pantry, ' bathroom ' and  electric light, Lut. 60 x A Ho iV- .  /Furniture and piano, also> for sale.  For -particulars; etc. call at thi*  office or'ttddress P, 0, 'Box 1-thf  City.    ���������'"  NOTICE  I will not beroijponsibl* fi..r any  debts contracted in \ny na'j'ne, af ���������  tor August 28th 1009, without my  written ordor.  ,     Wif.uAM Glkason, ,  n $���������������.}���������.  to apply'to the Board of Licensing  Coriiinissioners at their next meeting held on the second  Wednes-J  "'.     CIGARS & TOBACCOS ;drfjr in Soptenibe'r nest for .permis-  ,     .' iv-,.,1 ^     .*,.|.sion to remove my wholesale liquor  ^Tbusiness from its'preseiit location  on Lot 9, Block 2, Dnnninuir Ay.  enue, City of*'C"hiiiberlaiid, to  premises.to b������ erecte'il by nie on  Lot li, in' Block 8, .Dunsmuir Av-  enus, Cilyof Cuniberland.  ?.-i.  Ci������vr,i Mussatto.  NOTICE���������Farm:for sale, with  or without stock aud implements. For particulars apply la  T. Beckensell, Comox, B. C,  m season at^-j^ ���������-;^"  -V:B. HUNDEN'S  ^..'t^'NOTCR*.^ ������������������; _ ������������������  .: Any pej*son or "person's, cutting,  .reniijvi.ng.ior poking any' blocks,  timber or wood, pfftfty-deseriptiodn  uelpuoing to thft-AYeJiingtoii Col-  iicry Co'y.^xjr fi'0|i) or off the land  of t'fie' said Co.mipapyvyivU' he prosecuted to the full extent of tiie law.  -. ''���������":.      '   F.   D. Little,  ;..'''���������������������������>..  Superintendent  "Wellington Colliery Co,y.  FOR SALE���������One driver and  two working horses. Apply to Ml*  H. Piercy, Sandwick,  B. C. *  - FOU SALE-Mason and Risch  piano in good order, cost $400;00  will sell for $250.00 cash. Apply.,  to Joseph Potter,  Union, B. C.  First class Chinese cook thbr-  oughly reliable,  wants  Bitnation.  Apply News office or ^V'oug. Kong,;  . -���������; o   FOR'SALE^-A   light, general  purpose team   of '-horses',   weight  2200 llw. Strong and triie-puliing.  Price ������240.00. Apply at lliib ol-  ficoortoT. Lturence, Ivye Buy,,  Comox, B. G.  All.local items of a'business  nature will be charged for ai ths  a  standard rate of ioc. a line.  SALEOFLAI^D^Oft-UNPAID" DELINQUENT   TAXES   IN   THE   COMOX  '���������<  '.'   ASSESSMENT iDISTRlCT,  PROVINCE  OF   BRITISH  COLUMBIA. \  ;:..   . ,,,,������{. f'* .,     . - ��������� : :  I hereby ������iv.e.notice that; o\\ Tuesday, the xath-xlay of October, 1909, at the hour of 10 o'clock  #rri the forenoon, at the Court House Cmnberbutd, B.'C* I -shall sell by public Auction the lands  hereinafter set o.i>^,,o.f. the pefsons^n the said list hereinafter'set out, for the delinquent''taxes unpaid by. said persons on-the 31st day pf December, 19^8, knd for interest,: costs-and expenses, including- the cost <jff'ildWtfxiug. said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  ���������   " i������.  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.  :������..������������������  ,|S������.������iiii-  *jf"  , .       4   .     .  l������ijv."it ���������'������  NAMK' OK rifU������)>'. .tSS)'.iJSKD,/j -  ul  9f.?*..A>y   ������������������ ���������   ' '*���������  "   '  M|IORT JWHOJiimON   OF THOVKKTV,  PRKWQUKNT TAJtKR,  '*\  h  \ s ���������������  kl h J  e < J  k a ������  b e 'k.  I  ' ���������.  Driwch NurnVry, Bouth yanoower..-  Vaticouver,."..V"  B.C.  IT  I'lic Courtenay Hotel  \  Kv������ry coiivti'ieii't forjiuest^  ***** **     **   ' '**   '  MrrT,   Cmnhintid-Mf*������ .TcifrfT   Th������0������mtial HoU for Bportarnon  PlTOtJiIrs *r*4 4)t%<\,in'*m*ni������B������i!  *t ^itajpi*^* w w*Jw'f*,fcJ'f������n-i*������fc������ mr.'  in������ latt, Uv tlw'Rfv.i&iMcnxtk.       ^.^L  Thehmtpp wf* WtfcfHt '  .T^J^   liiitf^mooit tr������p U> So������au utk*. t������v  Thmtftiy'a -mt,:     m\* *���������������*������*'v% J������h������^hutton.    Prop  ..., ....     ' ,'.'������      * ��������� ���������  1ibnt\m the Itettol Wintiand l.uuors  H������A8UN\BLE  Hr.den, Jno. &.Tiipp-jr ^ir Chas.'  11. >dun, .I110'. Win,  : ,  Kirby, Arthur       .,...'���������    ���������'.:'..''  Dormau, Frank       ,   .     . '..i .- >"������������������������������������      '. ���������  Fra������(>r Hiver S-i\y Mtl'R, L'd   W<|.'d, ThonilM An'h-njr        ....  An. orson, Anlhouy  - Ulin; Erio    KraHorltiverKaw Mills, Ltd,..., .*  Ur>doii, Jn������, Wm ' ,  H..o\tn, Clivo A.         Faser ItlvorHaw Milli, Lt 1 ....  Currnu, Krml,      . ....      ....  So.lt, Jno. W,     ' ....      ....  n        ,i < i'..,      ������������������>���������  llowo, Geo, ,.,-,      .,.,  II .IrpOl", .Ub. B ',..".  Wilson, Walter         Fi>riL'Tb**im.u      '���������,'...      ....  kjiirr ,Vf Alexr.       ....       ....  Fbn.jijo. ,,,,,,    ....  Taylor 5Ii)l Coy   J uh 11 Oreeu's li������Utc   '���������    j, ,i     ....      ....  * ��������� * j.     *    1       ....  O ������'lijii> PmilHo Lniiibar Co.     '  llmm u, IVtor K   YouWty ^;)$i*<0of    ....  ,, I, ....  MoOill. Jnmeii Henry ,.,,  MuV-'uUiiuv, CliNfl ��������� ' ��������� ��������� -  .������������������ ..    , ������ 'W   *t'*'1"'' * *  V ��������� > .   u ,      , ...  Itnln", K.*J,  Sections !I2 n> d 72, Oninnsri  $ *8.0;)  ,, ' 01','part IJ sewn, Comox  ,      ������0.00  J^>t 107 \Ve������t ���������',...        8.8������,  ��������� I.to l������. lO.nnd 17 of Lot 115       C00|  Miip47I, Coni<x         L'.tlMS.K.:|;-C<mnx        '    11 1,0 1, .....           ��������� II of Lit 180, Coiilux ......  ., 201) m  mSSBRI        ,   *    .u   n <W8 _       >i      ���������__,,.   NBLMJN Di-rrmot.  ���������Soo'liin 14       .,   ���������   ,.,,..    ,-,',*,.*,  \S. of..S i������".-������f'fl,K f adi*3t>,IY.,ll ;'.'..V  NKWOASTLKDlSipuiGr,  Seutinn 5      ',,}.(.,'������������������ ' ,*   24     ,*.   ubnmin'hlVnd; .  \VJ nf S.W.J of Meoti n 10 rxcopt IJ ho  (Who of S.W.Jof SiUtion 23    HOHNBY IHLAS0.  Fr. S.H'j" nnd' V.' 'i of ��������� S.WV I of SnV.'i  Uii.llvidml i of K 4 of N..W. I Sbo. fl unci   Jof,-*.W. |.4i.fSo<!lion II   ,  122*o eB������.f H. l-Jof Hie. I    lOiis.of S. 1-2 of Soo. 1 mi'l 10 no. if W  ' l'.2ot,8iio IH   H.K 1-4 Soo* tt, ti: 1-2 ������.(>. 3, K. 12 uf'S  1.2of8.K.14Hw. 4 H, 1-2 of H, 1'jj  HTH.W. 1>4 rite 4, vy, 1 .a of 18 ox-j  , oowt ID ���������uteri   N   I-*JI of N.W. l-4of Hkoti*n 13,  cmoupi., N.w.n  l/iti:������7-i          ..,;...  ..   W5 ���������  ���������   i:i"7  ...  .,   I.VJI .....'.           ���������', 1M3  ,HAYWAUD DISTItKT.  Lot 7   ' "  ,, a*  .,   1TO  , ���������  IHO    'N.W. I -int Hen. 15, Pt. VI.  iij;h>'aniio island.  Vr   ir.*   f   .mil Fr. N.W. M ot He-  ....IK.tt'.l 4 of Selbi. ������        8.00  U.Oil  3,20  28 80  11 U0  0.00|  12,ll0|  ;w  22.00  ��������� ������.w  2 40!  3. CO.  ���������1.80;  2.10;  2 4:1  12.S3  5.11  .10  .23  .31  .37  .40  .04  .40  .10  '1.44  .15  .00  1.75  .71  ,18  .05  100  .20  .41  .It  '.;������  .10  ���������I  .40  .31:  M  l.r-5  1.14  b  %yi  u r.  >. H  X -  Sa  rooi  2.0U  2,00  2,(1':  ' 2,00  2.0u!  2.O0!  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00]  '   2.U)  2.00  2 00  TOTAL.  68. C������  100.4*  5/ilj  6.54  10.4Q  li'WI  &.40  3-J24  ���������6.1b  8.������0  ,i'7.������j  3.08  85 Co  6.IU  2.Oft;  2.00;  4.08  4.?':  ......  ......   <  8kinnflf, K���������������M.   ������ ���������--,,-,       ���������(  Vtiea*, Marl. Juno ,  CmVtwagh, Wm.  J��������� Molllion. !>., Mont-  uerrtl,tint- O   .... '       .IiiIiti, t'nilii-iino Jnnet    Miii'iil'**, Irrei. ������   Miu hull, llonry snd AW. ....  X.W I 4 tf.*HH'lioiil>T|i. 1  N K 14 ,.     12  ��������� 2  N.l-2 ���������     17  ���������  8  is. i-u  17  3  Oliver. Mint  Mnri|������nn, Rwin W.  Wiliin, riiim.  t. ������  .Inn-iS <'. K.  Mutrij, Jk'iikS,  II K ���������/  Vetgem1*, .fuli'i *������������������  Kirliy, Unit*  22 ,.  4   ,  2:1 ��������� I                    '  22 ��������� 41 Innl I *2,.i '  W ���������   4   .,     , 1  ....jN.I-8 ...  ...... 12  .;. h. 12  ...> 1-2 . ���������   H������*t<.n t Tp 1    ...J   ���������    0 .,  i������    .     H W. 1-4 it "w-i'inSTf. T  V u\ 1.1        ,,       2*1 ..  II  ',;...w. pi. MJCMf'. l-4t������iK.K. II *������������  '     ?i1t������. il    1     C4-M*l''������tlvn'.ICT WAtinv., I.  .   .H.t"tAl .- m   ,   M������i    3.81  7������!  7,AH  H 02  3 Hi  n 1  19.2i>(  10.8(11  0,(K)!  12 011,  ������.������l|  B.l������!  .100,  12 HO  12 no;  It* ������lj  IU,2i 1;  l * 1 ���������>������ 1  *.'.! Ol  iU in,  ���������i.4������i  li.lii  M .11  tO *.M  I '.HI  'I .'1*1  .i',4'1  4  IH  .20!  .24  Ad  .05  .07  '.od1  2.00!    0.20  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00!  .03'      2.00  ,20;  .38'  ,'.W  .ISl  2 no:  2.00  2 00  2 00  'i.lti  .041  I,in*.  %,(*,  ���������W  V.'H  .���������������'  5,0u  .IhI,  2 00  ,ii������!  2,0(1  I  .15)  .0l|  .ih!  .������.;  t.'.V.  I .'.'8  .321  .:fc|  2,Mi!  .24  ������ .in1  In,  .22',  ;i  2U)  2 0<v  2.WIJ  'UO,  704  iM  2.IK)  3.0*.'  3.20  2.80  'l.C,  M.U9  \).\m  5.80  0C(  U.'l 16  in ua  nt,*  Vt-.i  f������.:������  o.io  IA44  '.VKj  ���������i-ft"'1     22,10  m IK<<  V liU-  *.������'8ii  2 00  VH ������>8  *.8JI8  tt.,'2  2 no' W Tfl  VAM.i ,V.',0  2 UJ 7.20  5 ������"* td "rt  2.UO1 W.l 7  8.W1  2*Vt':  0*rt  7 12  lUicd at .Cnuibvilaud, V>. V., Mt S<.*ptcml*T, i9^9������  lor Bale by J. N.  MoLtOD  JOHN BAIRD.  l^������pUt) Al*-*MI| '!������>IUilX .\������MflM������nUtlt I>.*4������tc������,  . _ ,1'umU*i!anJ, UC,  . ���������   - -  ft*A-*r''*' '    'mm-mim*',' "''���������  .*m*r .*- ���������*'  -���������atem, jmtymytwt m m** m*  ���������������������. t   *������������v  4.- THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
A cup ef BOVRIL is a foe
tonic in any season, but it is
valuable in many other ways.
A little added to Hashes
and Stews greatly improves
their food value. Try it when
wanning Canned Meats.
I*"or np to date Milinery, Go to
he Big Store.
The following are
those reported to be
missing in the recent
Extension mine disaster:���W. Davison, J.
Thomas, RobtWhyte
married, H.Petterson,
single, Alex McLennan, Fred Ingham, sin
gle, W. ��)uinn,single,
Ed. Dunn, single, Tom
OConnell, AndyMof
fat,married, J Wargo,
marritd, J. Kesserich,
married, J.Moiyneux,
single, W.Robertson.
Jack Master, married
Wm, Steel,- married.
Continued on thinl page.
The City Council met in regular
session ou Monday evening last,
tht re being present Aldermen But*.
���fickle, Daniels, Horwood and
^ti'wurt. In the ftliaeuce of Mnyoi
uDonnhl, Aid. Bate was voted t��.
tin*, clmir.'
Constable Gray's report for Sep
'amber, scavenger, $105.75; i-igh*
watchman,   $77.50;  police court,
$8.00; hull rent, $1.00; hay >c* es,
l'oiind-keeper  Brown's  leport
pound lines, $8.00.
Account?, Cnniherhuul News,
$9.00; Electric I. ight, $12.05; U.
Grant & Co. $3.21; R, Chalmers,
��25.00; Hugh Mitchell, $41.70;
Freight, 95c S. Leiser & Co. $6.
16; ,r. McPhee & Sous, $5.25; A.
McKinnon, $0.95; IJ. C. Pottery,
838.00, Freight on cement, $0,06.
Acting Mayor Hate, suggested
that a shed should be built for the
convenience of countrymen coining to town, as a shelter .for their
teams. The suggestion did not
meet with approval.
Alderman Bickle, moved, sec.
by Aid. Stewart, amendment to
liquor by-law be read the second
time. The clerk read the amendment the second time.
The clerk reportel a shortage of
fuiule to meet present obligations.
The ma)or and clerk were authorized to arrange for an overdraft.
There being no further business
the council adjourned.
know* that SuaHgfat Soap
neaaa a weaderful savlag et
time ee4 latteut la heme
Whetber with hat et coM
water, aothtag gets the amt
eH ae qalcklv net wttheat
tajawjr as SnaMght Soap.
Use It tlM Jartght wsr.
To all whom it may concern:���
This is to announce the death of
Frank Hoffman, formerly of Seattle, Washington, who died ou
the 12th day of August 1909 at
Douglas City, Alaska,  U. S. A.
Any further information may
bo had from Robert Leake, Doug-
la* City, Alaska.
Mr. and  Mrs.  Siddall arrived
home by Wednesday's boat,
Don't forget Hospital day on
Saturday, Oct. 16th; and to attend
the footdall match on ihe recreation grounds on thnt day.
Harry King, the b oklayer, was
asked by a party to lake the
hole out. of one side cf (he chimney
and put it in the other. ���������Harry"
is puzzled how to do ii.
Kemomdor   Hospit.il
4.tlwifootball   match tu
-'', *'*'%     -. ,
^intMcreation ground*.
Day and
ne hold ou
ployed at the Fraser Kiver Logging Co'a camp at Courtenay, drop*
ped dead at the eamp, ou Saturday
night last.
Miss Harriet Horbury arrived
home by Friday's boat, after an extended visit to her sistdr, Mrs,
Anderson, iu th* Northwest.
New lines of Childrens and
Misses J ackets and Ulsters at the
Big Store.
'I M -M' I'M-111-M'M til IM1
Mr. G. H. Willi, and Miss
Mary Pickup, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. Pickup, of this city, wore
united iu marriage in tnu Komau
Catholic church, Ciunburlcttid, on
Sunday, Sept, 20th, hy I lie Rev.
Futhor Mertius. Tho li *ppy couple
left by s. s. Cowichau, on their
ii meymoon trip to Sound cities.
Mr. and Mrs. Willi* will tako up
their resideuco in thin tity.
Always the same, and, just as
good as ever. The "Grand Duke"
Hospital Day promim** to bo u
grand Hiiccesp, and the Indies arc
doing everything in their power to
mako it do.
Mrs, J, Piket Iim purchased the
propjrty lately occupswl py Mr. F.
Dul'j, and owuoddy Mr, It. Hod.
��� on.
Mrs. Fred Ilorwuml, left hy
Thursday's boat on route for Kng-
Holy Trinity Church,  Harvest
Thanksgiving Services, on Sunday,
t'f'''cr    l^l!;   Vi'.'. .\""!i!'."ac'
.S,iiie>i nlo yo ���<;h m
7. p. m,
W   J. G oard, R x pert Tu ner,
will be here on his regular trip
on or about Oct., 1st, 1909
If anyone tells you he it i.ot
coming, or that his work
ii not first-class
The Nkws by espcrience highly
recommends him.
Leave omen at Nkws ollice.
W M H-H 11 IH 11 H IMI-Iti
Taadara tot Freight i&f of Supplies
for the Yukon TeWfraph Liae.
BALED TENDERS addrsaaed to th.
udersigurd ud jndorssd "Tendsra
(or Packing Supplies," will be rtoeiv��d
until6 P.M., onThursday,Novemb-r 25,
1909, (or the packing ��<f material md aup.
pli*s for points aloug tha Yukon Telegraph Una betaeau Qaesaslls Md Atlia,
ia tha eoursa ot tha seasons *t 1910; 1911
aud 1912. Forms of tendsr aad specifies
tion may ba obtained and form of contract aaen on application to Mr. J.T.
Phalan, Saparintenilent Government Tale
gragba. Vancuurer, B. C, aad Blr. Wm
Henderson, District Supeiintendent Gov-
���irnmant Telegraps,Viotoriu,B.C.,trom the
GoYeraasnt Telegraph Agents at Ash-
O'ofc, B. O., Qm smile, B. C., Hazelton,
B. C, aud Talagraph Creskj B. C.
F��r��ons tendering ore notified that
t��i.d��r�� will not be considered uule.a
made on the printed forms supplied, and
signed witb their actual signatures with
���heir occupations and places of residan-
*i. In the caso uf firms, this actual aigna
tuie, ibenum-eof the occupation and
place of resideuci of enth member ��f the
ilrm must be givau. "
Eucb tauder must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,
m��dt> pft7*4bSTriSenrfler~of"iE��fHoir
uurable the Minister af Public Warkt,
.quel to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of tbe
amount of tbe Under for one year's pack-
���ag, whioh will be forteited if the person
tendering decline to niter into a cot.tract
when called upon to do u>, or fill to ��ot��
plate tha woik contracted for If tha
tender be not accepted the cheque will
bo returned,
Th* Department does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
Dtpartusnt of Publlo War*.,      -       *;'
C flaws! September Hi, 1109,
Newspapers will n>t be paid far this
adrarliMiaaut if tlwyiasari it withevt
authority fiomthe Departuient.
FOR SALE���Piire Bred Jersey
Bull 3 years old. Apply to John
Kuight, Comox, B. t\
FOR SALE~Two houses, sit-
uate in Jerusalem. Will be sold
cheap, Enquire, P. P. Harrison
Mr. Abe Haywood, waa a pas
senger by Thnrsbay's boat.
Sewing Ij
i| Machines ij
������ For Sale ;;
-ON���' |
\\ Easy Terms:;
:: A. E. Palmer :;
Not only is it a nice mild
smoke, but the "Grand Duke"
Cigar has all those necessary
qualities which give  so much
satisfaction to the smoker.
,-'������.   e '���
Sr. and Mra. W. Piercy left
by Thursday's boat,
at all hours, with a careful driver.   E. C. Emde, Cumbered.
NOTICE:���No ads will he
changed after Mouday noon of each
'll'im 1IHH1 HH'ltH-
FORSALE���Jeray cow, in calf
also one mare good for saddle or
buggy���Apply News office or to.
M. Perez, Cotirtr.nay-.  M-
In another column will be noticed an ad for Elkins Bros, real
estate agents, Vancouver.
FOR SALE; Man or Woman���
My South African Veteran Bounty
Land Certificate issued by the
Department of interior, Ottawa;
good for 320 acres of jiny Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,
Saskatchawan, or Manitoba. Any
person over the age of 18 yeara,
man or woman, can acquire this
land with this Certificate. For
immediate sale #800.00. Write or
wire. L. E. Telford, 131 Shuter
Street, Toronto, Ontario. ;r
Sayward Laud District,
District of Sayward.
Largo consignment of Linoleums and floor coverings direct
from the manufacturers, now show,
ing at the Big Store,
Notice is hereby given that At
the next meeting of the Board of
Liceme Commissioners, I intend to
apply for a transfer ol my hotel liquor license held by me for the
New England Hotel, situated on
east half of lot 3, in block 3, Cumberland Tovrnsite, from mjs*lf to
Junes Walters.
Dated this 7th day of Sept,, 1909
Cumberland, B. C.
. ������t �����������������
Merchant     *
SUITS OlADE TO  OHt>B\-\ ��|tt)
Prioes From $20 to $40.
B. C.
Mr, George MurrifU'l
uaiiiiu, ia in iu.,u.
Tske notice that OearfeDani
M utuford of New York City, U, 8
A., occupstlon Lawytr and Mine
Ojxirstor, intends to apply (or per
mission to purchase the following
described lands:���Commnncing al
a pout pUnted at ��� sprinn about
two and one half inline distant In a
could eai'erly direction from thr
head of Grsuile Buy snd about
leventeen-hundred feet distant In ���
southerly direction from the south
shore of Lynn Lake, ilirmo north
twenty oIihIiih [20] chains, thence
esst fnr',y [40] chain*, thence south
iwrnly  ('JO} chains, theiicu   ;v��i't
otcuaottfr ���i !tor\y [40] vhaJus lo \hr polnl oJ
��� ommei'ovmenl, and    rontaiuiog
_ J [MlJ acres more or 1ii<��.
Vttme nf Ajiiillwini fin full!
Datfl Aug, 2nd, 1009.
.f Nft-t
FOR  HALK-Drivinp ..utfil;!
Mnin*�� n)*ro, ttmotlo,  ��inu,d, city:
h    t?, lint altmhl   rl  Mifi mnhilee; i
*tle tor a Isrsy'ndrivi-     .aI-o har-|
e*r  and i praetioelly i ������**���   tlnno-
em *w ��� sent iiagori, ������������!*' l*��*n   in
a e s f w months     V'\<*   tot   tbe
m I, le outfti tttASlO.   W..I ai.ll sep \
.ate '    Vanemter re^ r. u'euk-
nn in en- hang*.   AmmIv tu
��, f m*.*tns,    j
Cii.il t Bay* i
We hare been fortusate enoifti te n>
ears tks ��� svlusire sgenej fer tlie Oliver
Visible Typewriter, the neatest, stroag.
est. an J most modern of all Ibe good
tyyswrilers oa tbe raarktt st tits present
The Oliver -llmlnishes tbe IneffloleDcy
ef the cperater, by elimiaating all the
ereakii'Sief tliat eausn f-et nd worry uv.
er the mieliiiia, A II.tie oil and pUnty
��f tfsrelse makes It hsjipy, beoausslris
fllling its mission.
Kow Is yenr cpportooltf to secure s
tysewriter of tbe first water, and en est)
terms if yon wish It so,
We have stveral leoond-hand owhines
lor sale of otber makes, aheap. Write ua.
1110 Oev'i, It, Opposie ���peseer's
tar Oars ts tke Pioneer Bicycle Itere,
���IOTOJMA,       9. 0.
If yon get it at Pliinleys, it's alt
-LAN D-ACTr���~
Comox Land District,
District of Valdez Island,
Take notico that H. A. Bull, of
Hejriot Bay, IJ. C., occupation
merchant, intends to apply for per
mission to lease the following described foreshore:���
Commencing at a post planted
at high water mark on the east
shore of Cahnish Bay.  Valdes Is*
land, about forty 40 chains north
of the south-east coruer of lot 818
thence  due north ten chains to  a
point on the north shore of  U.*i:-
nish Bay;   thence following the'
shore lino in a south-easterly dir*
ection live chains; thence  in" a
south westerly direction to  the
point of commencement, and containing Ave acres more or less,
IIosu A. Bull
Kume of Applioaut In full.
Dated September Snd, 1909
Cumberland, b.c.
Cavital. $4,600,000
Ursbrvk, 85300,000
Abskis,   110,000.000
Danism, 158,000.000
Money Orderaarcss
Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Francs, Marks, Rubles
������ Lires, Kronen, etc������
Payable All Over   the   World.
Savings Accounts'Open With One Dollar Upwards.
S. A. MORLEY,  Mahiokr.
i m**imm.
Comox Land District.
District of Valdez lilaud.
Tako Notico that II. A, Bull,
of Herlot Bay, B.C., occupation
merchant, int����udi to apply for
|>oruiission to purchase the foi-
lowing described lands :���
Commencing at a post planted
ou the south-east corner of lot
ijiree hundred and eighteen, 818,
Vahlrx Island, 11. C, thence east
twenty, 20, chnins; thence north
forty, 40, chains; thence went
twenty, 80, chains; thenee south
forty, 40, chains, to the point of
commencement, and contahilnp
eighty, 80, acres mor*i or less,
Koiu A. Bull
Name of Applicant In full.
Dated September 2nd, 1900
Cappet Squares
ALU SIZES and a Fine ffopge
of Colorings.
During October we offer our entire stock of CARPET
Our stock of Furniture & House Furnishings ii MOKE
The Right Price
Furniture Store.
Pa Phillipps Harrison
Dunsmuir Avknue    CUMBERLAND, 19. C.
The Pilsener Brewing   Co*
 : will he prepared to supply :	
Crystal Ice
���-on. or about July lit, 1909	
- * ..me :������   -
I hereby give notioe that I will
at the regular meeting of the Board
of License Commissioner! for tho
City of Cumberland make application for a transfer ot the license
to Mil iritoiiceting liquors by retail in the Cuniberland Hotel,
situated on Lot on* ttlovk sit in
the said City of Cumberland, from
mjsotr U�� William MorrinVM.
Dated September 1st 1009.
Wanna hltt.
Ladies* aud Gentlemen's Suits Made   ��� Order
from Uo ta ?55    All Work Tint Cleu
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
I  �������������������>�����     a9999*J99
WUls la Cum WImU Bssl Wiik   ;
Comox Co-opcriihfc Society,
DtaUrt in Vrttb and Salt Mestaand Firm Produce
AN Orders Promptly Delivered.
R. W��b#ter, Manacar.


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