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 LAND NEWS.  "5  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1909  Subscription 52.00 a Year.  BIG STORE  SPECIALS  LADIES' and GENT'S BATHING COSTUMES,  STRAW HATS AT REDUCED PRICES,  LADIES' SUMMER UNDERVESTS AT 15c. EACH,  YOUR CHOICE OF 700 YARDS OF SWISS  AND LAWN EMBROIDERY, ALL WIDTHS, 10c YD,  300 PAIR LADIES' ALL WOOL BLACK CASHMERE  ., HOSE AT 25c. PER PAIR,  LADIES' LAWN APRONS WITH EMBROIDERED  '        BIBS, SPECIAL VALUE AT 25c. EACH  ^oJ^R_jmNT.^ISG&tm^^  FABRICS,  LADIES' EMBROIDERED WASH BELTS 25c. EACH.  1909  Paper  Has  Arrived  ,  .  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Pduts, Enamels, Alabastiue, Varnish, Stains  aud Baplac, which makes old furniture like uew.  ���������\%      H    mmm  Simon Leiser & Go. Ltd  DUNSMUIR AVENUE CUMBERLAND  -  L  and for 1909  Fishing  RODS  ETC. '  Hot Weather  Clothes  Summer is just about here with its  unbearably hot days, Be comfort-  ablo this year, wear light weight,  clothes designed for just such extreme weather. We have the clothes  Copley, Noycs& Randall's  S~*f    if.0 Two and Three Piece Summer Suits are  K^LOZninQ   made'n tlie lightest kind of Homeppuns  fc' *" **y.    and Tweeds.    Just to wear them will  give a man a cool appear*ince���������and he'll be just as cool ae ho  looks.   Prices run from $11.50 per suit. Yours for good clothes  J. N. HcLEOD,  THE CORNER  STORE  The Magnet  Gash Store  Takes  First  Plaoe.  T. E. BATE  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Ou and after July ist, FIVE  PER CENT CASH Discount  will he given to all our customers who pay their bills iu full at  pay-day. On all cash purchases ou delivery TEN PER CENT  will be. allowed.  Tht* above discounts will be  given on all goods except sugar,  Hour, feed aud can vegetables,  All groceries will be sold ot  regular prices, and we wilt maintain our reputation for quality  aud LOWEST PRICES on all  other Hues we carry.  None of our customers can expect to tako advantage of the a-  hove liberal discounts while  their overdue accounts stand ou  our books.  A full nnd complete stock of  Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots aud  Shoes etc., will be carried to cn-  cble us to supply hotels, boarding houses, lumbermen etc at  shortest possible notice.  "JJIcPHEEllONr  ivuiisiuuu Ave        Cumberland  OBITUARY. \  It is with very d*op regret that  we hava to announce the death of  Mrs. Clin ton, wife of our esteemed  fellow citizen Mr. (t, VV. Clinton,  which took place at an early hour  Monday morning, Mrs. Clinton  was taken seriously ill at hor home,  on Friday last, and was removed  to the hospital, where, in spite of  every effort of doctors and nurses  sho passed away. The late Mrs.  Clinton has beeu for many years a  resident of this city, and her tunny  frieuds and acquaintances will re  grot her early and sudduu taking  oil, and will with the rest of the  community join iu deepest sympathy with the bereaved husband  and family. Tho deceased lady  was* Iho daughter of Mr. and Mrs,  J. Shaw of this city aUo ait-tar of  Mrs. L. Nunns and Mr, lt. Shaw,  resident here,  'Jlm funeral takes place from  Holy Trinity Church, on Wed-  ni'sday afternoon, June 30th, at 0  p. in.  Mrs. Frank Burnett, who Iiuh  been visiting her aunt Mr*. 8. l'\  Duhxou, of Coinox, for tho past  four weeks, returned to Vancouver on the 27th inst.  City Council.  The City Council met in regular  Bossion last evening a full hoard  being present.  The minutes of previous meetings were road aud adopted.  A communication was received  from St. George's Presbyterian  Church, calling attention to the  unsightly condition of First St;  referred to Board of Works.  Accounts,���������U, Mitchell, $7,25;  Water Works Co. ?101.00; Geo,  Peacock, 91.85; Elec. Light, 830.  88; Water, $8.00; K. Grant its Co.  $7-kt0; A. 11. lWcy, #5.20;  Freight on pipe and cement, ������0.15  Wellington Col. Co., $7.35.  Applications for position of  scavenger wore ns follows;���������Joseph Stant, Wm. Brown, I). Und-  (low, A. Gatz, 'James Brown, Joe  Homo, Matthew Perry, Pete Bono,  V. Monaco. Monaco's and Brno's  applications being received too  late were not dvalt with. Jume������  Brown was tho succofsful applicant,  A communication was received  from the Police commissioners recommending that policemen ho  supplied witli uniform, Aid. Bate,  moved, seconded hy Aid Partridge that uniform  he tuipplie.1.  Wedding Gifts ������ &2SW������2$  Prices as Low as $l.oo and up to $250  STERLING  SILVER, SILVER   PLATED  -GQODSr���������AND���������RieH=1~"COT=~SEASS  STODDART  The Jeuuelef  Dunsmuir*Avenue        Cumberland, B. C.  @r  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETOR* OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Dr.  Kerr   dmiMrf*    ..tn  Courtemiy from   July  l,j j  1UU0.  The motion was defeated.  It ������*ns regularily moved and  seconded that Board of Works examine sidewalks on tho main street  and report at next meeting of  council���������carried.  The time lor payment of taxes  was extended to the 20th of July.  It was moved hy Aid, Bickle,  seconded hy Aid, Parlridgo, that  Mrs. J. llobinson's taxes bo remitted���������carried um-niinously.  It wan regularily moved, seconded and carried, that Mr. P. P.  Harrison he Instructed to draft a  tax sale by-law���������carried.  There beiug no further business  tho council adjourned.  instructive address. Quite a nice.  sum was .subscribed at tho ' meeting for the sanitarium fund, and a  ladies' aid wrb orguuizod at the-  close of tho meeting.  Dr, Arbuekle, Miss L. Grant  and Mrs, ]{, Ce-sbford arrived by  Saturday's boot.  Mrs. R. Grant, and Mrs. I),  W. Bally left by S. S, Cowichan,  on Sunday afternoon for Vancouver,  Health Inspector Here.  The lecture delivoren hy Dr.  Pagan,ou Wednesday evening last,  in Council Chamber*, was woll attended and listened to with marked attention, Tho doctor wan very  pronounced in the matter of proper drainage and warned the city of  consequence if they failed to mo  to it, If any mun in this province  has the relief of the tnherculni.b'  sufferer* nt heart and would do all  in hi.* power for them, that man i������  hr, Pagan. Quite a number of  short addresses wero delivered hy  prominent citizens who heartily  endorsed the doctors very aide and  "Do yon think my peach.basket  hat is too oxtraragnnt?" sbo asked.  "That isn't ������ peach basket," an.  Bwered hor huhbMid, ab he grouch,  ily signed another check. "Thai's  a waste basket.''  In clearing the cite fnr the nev,*  Church of Kngland parsonage, x-n  ou ThnwJay last, ono of the  slumps was too heavily charged  causing u piece of the stump w#ig)|,  ing ahom nun hundred pounds to  fly across the street striking Mr.  T, MiehstdV. verandah, tearing one  end utmost completely sway. Cant  should be taken In blarting in tha  otitic of tho city, ihnt ih<: charges  are not loo heavy, for if prf.p.'i*  precaution** are no* taken, wrions  damage may Im done t.< life and  property.  vsram  it\  SU  Agents for Union Brewing Company'* BKKR and  PORTKR.     Wholesale Dealers in all KiucU of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  Wanted   at   once���������A Mnnsible  woman f<������*   ������������'y;.",J   l^,^-    ���������^,'���������,  Apply to  Mrs.   Cairns,  Comox'  Valley.  ed  Don't forget the celimratioit at  VtiUm M.*iy tm July Ut,  ���������    ������������������'���������* '      e    "mil .in ...  Mr. uid Mi������  Cnnby   left   tiy  Wednesday'* l*oat.  - ���������       '   ���������<i.���������.i..iW   Miw V, Matthews arrived home  hy TJ<������ir*d*y'������ Umt.   -e* ������������������  J. W. Bryden arrived home by  'Ihurxday'rt boat.  CAMPBELL BROS.  GROCERS ANO  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS  CUMBERLAND. B. C.  CROCKERY ano  GLASSWARE!  Wn have ju*io|������n������*d up a large rang* of PLAIN'and  VASVY CUiK'KKHY, CIUNAWAHK and (IMfftWAItK  which we imported from Kpr<>pe Slaving the hddvi't profit  we an* lit n i^.iiiian In mil TWKNTY-FIVK f������KK n'.KC  LKm* tlnn uual.  Come in and Have a Look at our Store  and Note the Prices.  CAMPBELL BROS.  wm  ���������mm THK   NEWS,   COTBEKLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  \:.i  ���������������*!'; :;U*^uil::f-; I ;::,SWi$  "-i   K;ew   T ca lav   bv   thr  .*:. '...r-'it/t'ii h. ���������!;���������;.-   m! sheets  (ij;   ';t> ."tc* jMilun, p b...-, pilUrs, laiiips  !o -cs, i n.i iiny otlscr aypurati-.s in or u|>  |. u t-.tghimi ii. r.wdj.  stiisaiis. oi*   b-idge.-t,  '<   Q rn ">x     &     Cy. nb'31'i land il,r ai?������iu-''t ar.y ������ all erupted oa tba same or  Publishing   Company    ! *lj iuiL* th'Ma    ' i&  I;,',;. p ipe.-  v.*i;i ,���������!.-:  l'.oid   iUe;!': ^'.in^,   manfiStmmg,   industrial  to.e.  j    (i;rj)   Te.o us* of wuter or wtttrtr-vower i Kj  "J"'!' ! If* '-'''i������ "dnhig /.s!i<po������s  aa</   forjjjfl  *im-!:iii^,   mn nfiStntijjK,   industrial  w.fi i W  i -i'iry.: -il'li* for! lie* i.pinioiirof otii- ! w-'-'haniCul pur ooifi, oiiiM ttuB the Roa-; j|j  -*���������-. us mav anpo'T in its columns !*-ftt''0!1.f,f u.'w*"rr:������i y- j&  x,.:.,' f f'liij to time.  P*)  To ili������ t.ionc)i������*-fi *rd druiss mrd  i therein to liy uabhs, line* and ujr s, am*  ��������� j to put elecl-tL eaV,<v, iim-a, wires', swii> !  /^  ���������I'jy.soAV.   j un h 29,  law,  A/* V* .3. ���������������, w������ JU'v  chfc,  c.uuectuv. b  ���������.is f..  TAKK KOi'lcji thit sn: i]l)>lic4ti������n  will be aivje lo Uio Legi'ln ve Ac-wimUv  c-t ltd VtaAi-.tno i.f lit ir-h Co.ui.A:u at i  S:������ nest S.psiou f,,r UJJ A(.l jn. :..���������>:).;������������������ !:n >  The Csr,:pbsH uivrir i'-.vjr '"������������������.:> ^nny,  lii-itod rritb all tho powers s v.> to pow-  er c.������iuiiHiii(.:i undor th' "Water Aot,  1909,': ������n.i f-f the fi:tp;r.;-:of otnformirtg  to the O.r.ij.bp'l ttivnr Power t.oinpany,  Limi'..**!, e C'ocnijiny inewpinitel under  tiie "(-'������..>���������()'y a ������������������.; .���������cl, J8'J7">*a ihe 17th  <5ay of Aii-AA, 1009, all tlu*. rhr'utH, powers  Air.d p-fiviLyi'-j ct>i.i:.j;.t*<l in ho Coia-  pAt?T;; 'o'er,. ra'i-Ku'tii ,uv" ("i.tiou,which  ���������to ectou* ir. irsuo������-f{l'.ei{ni;vli<.'clu:i,i)ia  Raze its o? ii'Ju-l day of Api,'0J iu ptges  130." i'lul lias, umi }il*o !.|1 wi tr H-  cenWB umi privileges hen:'. fUie or here-  .-���������fti)J* *;. ciics or n plieAt ter cr obtaiuad,  und in j.T.rl c.:i;;r. but n*t en an o limit  1:be g-n'0-..lltycf the for.xA'r, tot tho  fa',Iowi;-,(������ jjurposeB: ���������  (*������) ���������TLu^'.i.������!i'*.iotioB������������������<!��������� pi'i-'tion of  wrur, or th'.* z<v/\Ay ������r ut: :-.^onofwa-  Jen������'<i9r thn l'\' -.-irr Act, lyol),"  (b) T... a:.ply for r.tid obt.iin under tbo  provision.-: of the "tV*at<ir .'.ct. I(K'5,"  or to pnrc'!.;.f).; cjvo horwise tu-'iain-, water tog ids or wat^r lie.! .cuh.  (c) T<-. sup;])- wat.T fo- li-.HifBlio pur-  pfiss r.fl ritilijied by tfcc"\V������t< r.'.ot, 1S00"  i'.ru.s i.otii cuy c;s-   f*s  , bios, Luis ai.d v.'irc:< iu, u>;0o.', Aong, o: | ������j  I ������trkS4   aU   i'ogjfi, Ujj'uws;. b, stre tii   a'.ii I 8������|  ln'idgew, and Ir<;;n iimrt U  lime su*, nJtor. ! SJ  r iii.jv^,   tttykiue, r.-^uir md r-Lvy   Ai   or  fliy  Hs.(5'J i-������b'f'S,   ii':i.'S,    V,'ilC3,    B*'tt<the.* ! -y  iudir-������iiiii:cli.-.gl)������:ir(li', ori.thwin.pi* -.dnfl.. 1  PARTICIPATE IN OUE  Grand  New Premium Scheme.  (;-)   T.. .';i.:.|.dr.; by pu;*.;!:aBi5   or r;t';er- I %  wi^t^r^ti.nHeaajeBj.y eicctm*i|   The' followine articles Given Away  others ������t any poiut 01 pouu. ^ f^SSKSSSa ffiSS^S-WJ^iate.   ^aSSiEEaaS KjSJ5K2ES3.  US IE COBBLER,  German Shoemaker Fails to See  Point of Customers' Jokes.  HIS   SHOP   IS   BOYCOTTED.  .ia  (t) To ei-'nutiuot, nutiuiain, alter, repair mul renotv devic* (ov lnsa^uriug  li^,*li-, lient aivl pr-wer.  (u)   To   8l'11 or lot fo.vnse, ligV-t.   beat,  power, iind e.uy and all devices aiid app^r j i'  Htm uso : for me.isu-iiis tha S'.tro, or 0 h- j p  ���������rwiso u������-ed in oenpec i"U vrith tbo f*w- j ^  pair's business aud works. ' '  (v)   To fix l'f.tps ai.d charges   for   thi-  ������c������   of  ligl.t,   Jifft ������nJ powsr, aud Ihej^s  ciivriiiyo of g.iods i*nd paH^euudrs. ' "  (w) To uvjsire fit poraoas nipplied 1 &,  with elootiic li>;ht to pluue aud un.e only K  r:������fih ltmps mid :.[plifir.oas lo nro appr*v- ! f^  .dby Iho 0<*i)i ii'iy.  (ww)   To sell, pssiin   ;md transfer   to,  nny 1 ther coinpiiny lawfully amiowtrod! ������i]  iu that behalf ii-  lioeosw ur Autoi ce, uu-1 M  d.i'lHkiug ������ini .v.irks. 1 di  Ds'ed at Victoria, B.C., April 2������.hJjg  19C9. J '  BARNAitU & R015EUTSON,        | *.-,  t-o:ic;tors for tho ;pp!io������uts; IL  tgc������J������^������im* ���������A?iC*jcir*Ka'ga^.]ttn^jryrT������-^-*^g������t<CT������^*.rjrar^^^     i      v^*k  g H&BE S!^ CANADA  !* M  "' *��������� '*'   ---���������     - - - -\m,  t*������������XSSSS3S  Sterling Quality���������Tea Spoons,  Dessert Spoons, Tablespoons, Forks,  Knives,  Butter Knives, Sugar Shells,  etc.       On exhibit in our show windows.     Call and get card with particulars, only limited number to be issued  Simon heisep & Co. Ltd  CUMBERLAND,  li. C.  $$ 'Pure Foci! Insures  t v ���������*��������� j  Ij GOOD HEALTH  % Magic  if]  H       Baking  Powder j  Wi-insuvres Pure Food, i  ���������Ji  t������'pa.rs uh    companiey, imu ;waM~TuJ*  imiiiocrporiiud nmuiuipihtuH,  (d) Ti iiU'.i-.i'.ictaro i'.*-.-. ���������*. ri'y gna to  connume.':>,!������"ii for aiiahy.nvi.inr. U build  ci\iti n-v. and op?rrttt������ all ne oz.,nty build-  iriff*, tuuehiuery ������ucl piaut.  (���������) T.. constiuef, equip, opiT-ti fud  iiishdiiin tfcif-jjruph ������nd tehjj.oau eyii-  tuns snd lin������H,  (f)     To   OJUBtl'UOt,   op0r:t; il-ld    lLBlU-  tii-i, at d i.-Mprovo h ������������������;r.i,). t-.u orion, waro-  iioJS.i, .'ili'jj.H, v. Ju:'v������,i, Irii.di tf/i, ereo-  li.-.na, \Torl:a a-.ui ajiiveni*-. con ot nil  i.i' dr.  (1;)   To ciDstrwc*)., "opoih'.a   .-snd mi.in-  tijin el������:.'rio v,i.t'>, powir ��������������������������� i'-w, gor.oct-  ing nldat ;i'd r.i.oh otlitM* t ii'-ovio.ioc:;  as r.i*.j Oo  r.iwfiiGrtry lor (t-^. rs.i.iti^ ..loe-  tn������t'y.  (H; 1':m1',i iiu,\������ p���������y,'i.f in >uy J0������0Ber  nacU'i siuy i������iu>l,  (i) Oonwriit'tis: ^loctri i'y for l'ulit,,  bent, \><i er, iht* oper.tl,', ,( voolor*,  di./ziii"^ .;ii'.l r.iHihinory ul ul] kind*, pro-  pnl.i:<������ tiMnivTiMH, drivnr., 1 ������u;iri{,', lift���������  l\lit, Bitialii-i^, m, Mni;, drill: !(, .imlliu-j.  or im- nuy i.U'tT 1 c! i^os-i fo:' v hi.*b it o*n J *rt9<fy$<*,������Q$fyfy������.&tyty'!)ili4^i$>w.rr-  bo ii/.'aI. A'.'mv,- tOo'.ii-t  or  m  roiiueotion I C ^j   ������������-  Vfitit t'*'./ oili'jr p:.-vcr. I > *^ '   ' *!  (j1   ' ;.:;'..*.*.':i>; ?io^ii*:o:,y   or  or.j   ^'Grand Sport at the f>  **'.&) i'idj I'oiiri'd by  ������uy  1. > :.i;iij:i!hty, | 5 *?  ���������J.llJf I1I.> , (.'iirionriou nv f" tt ;., <������  (jj) V'nr rv'.rh'jMt^ wm'.":* " -l v.tiV^r- I J>  p'cv'T hi*i<i.*hlo for ������������-, r.p lf> i.������MiiH|{<[  ���������ii-��������� ril> f .-.hy t.,f.\\i ,��������� i\t.)),\i. :e,ir*i<\ t,,-\^,  \l'.������. hend ot \nxte-! in ,ny cn\ > ��������� . b -y t' <������  \-'\ttr, er :y. ivdi i.v '.li.' .r.������    .   ,������������������ ,f.   d ���������' 1������  V*-    i.-.^ .'..-.  ':���������,*..,���������,",( ...j;.-    -      . ���������.      ���������,,,,,      %  ���������r  *'*.-. ',  ,;.-:,; . tu: i.r.i," v. nr cjft.'i j J  >.m������, in.ii.., ..���������.   1. ,���������uit; im) da) ur 1I.111.M, j f Dunsnvir Ave.  jiip., .>:  .; ii,',   i'm',���������( : .;ci)'r^ 1,1,y r.oi'tvuy, I ?  liii-.t,,;,   ,.....}"...,, .-A), '������������������ ,       '   j.dn,:, ' Z  !��������� :mv Im  & W. Cl.M.?2r{'T CO., LTD.  Toicitt^. 0������t,  i*������A HJ'  persistent Advertising  roduces  refit in every kind of business,  The columns of the News arc al- Ci  ways open for more Advertise- ������|;  meats.    Try a good big ad.       |'4  Called a Dunderhead snd Other Hard  Names���������Anxious to Quit the Business  of M������ndi-i0 Shoes For Something  Else.  [Copyright, 1903, by T. C. McClure.]  fl? I vbas lu Germany und a man  comes into aiy shop to get a ce-  meut patch on his shoe he calla  111c mister und treat me rait der  greatest respect. In America It vhaa  all different, und eotuotimes d think I  shall go out of der cobbling business  und 11111 some sawmills. I don't hardly  open my shop in der morning vheu a  man comes in mlt a griii on his face  und looks all around uud. says:  "Hans, it vbas fuuny���������very funny."  "Yes?"  "I don't laugh so much in ten years."  "Yes?"  "I shust hang on to a lamppost und  laugh until der tears vhas running  down m.v cheeJis."  "I SCO."  "A policeman comes along und snys  he shall .civo mc der collar if 1 don't  stop laughing und cry for a spell, but  how can I? Laugh! Vhy, I have to  stop by a graveyard und go ha, lin,  hai"  "Yhell, vhat about It?" I says.  "You see, I vhas standing ou der  corner und a fat man he goes to  cross dor street. He gets by der car  track when he sees a cent und stops  to pick it oop. Shust den dor car comes  along.   Oh. Hans, it vhas so funny!"  "Vhas youv head tilled mit sawdust  dot you can't see?   Dot fat man stands  JiCHit orerjiu der track.   Der car comes  boomJug*aiong.   CanTybTnOT~del,"pi!^'"  ture?  Can't you realize dor situation?"  "But does der car hit him?"  "N'-o-o-o, not (utile. Ilo gets off Id  time."  "Deu vliere vbas some shokes?"  "Vhore? Vheie? Vhy, you dunder-  hoaded Dutchman, dor shoke vhas in  dor motfirman being disappointed dot  he don't kill somebody���������ha, ha, ba!"  1 don't laugh. I don't sec some  shokes. I try my hardest, but 1 can't  do it, und den dot man gets mad und  VWA.JM ���������������������* t an w������ .r.������*ncM t&ymvmtvmirm'mrai.uttmiM  Jim.i- K,r   ..-W 1n.lt ,!���������'.;   ���������, *-1  In J( b Printiiii>; we jirint any-' f|  rui'ic; \\uiu a  ���������" ?��������� ���������'>������������������������������������*,s?-<-., 6.'V vi'-y t*"r *"*>,  tt.  ^ia'/ *trmli'     Jt.  i?.*.<A  Wtf{ \pfi*!/   wM  ,. tt-hct CiCA.:.,  f,   vui',    1 . ... ;���������,v |��������� 1 *9*m+9+9+w<r9**w-**w*9mw  /e.'j;::.i.il :j i'i ���������;'j--.-':*i:s  l.nii t ���������),.! 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Hi'  "������������������     III  >M.      |:nif,.!|:|.l I  'l .'t|; ������",i,���������;.':���������' ll.C;. .ty J  *���������'    1.' ..   .ui .���������iv!:i,-"i. :  i'.���������!;*-.,: i*.:'"t,   'i t.\  . M     !      i'fl i .     ...    ?. it j  ���������.!'...        !,..  .n-;i-  mi ft :. f  1 *  n'l'iii  I-  . !  "HUK WAS tlUU.r UKM HOMIS DAIIllKt.8."  calls ino tinnicR tuni snys I can novor  do any repairs for hlm. Und after he  vims gomi ten minutes a woman comcn  in, .Slio vhaa built Jll'.u bouic InirrcUi  und havo a uinlllng face on her. Sho  has a pah' of hIwph to mend, but koepu  'cm In her lintiu umi cayu:   -  "Hans, 1 can tell you Uei* funniest  thing dot ever linppcna,"  "Vhelir  "Ynu vhlll laugh ovor It until you  full olT your hmid������."  "YesV"  "You vhtll tell your wifo nUont It,  und die vhlll go lm, lm, lm! My soul,  but how you 8I111II InutfUr  "(lo ou,"  "Vlioll, vhat vhas der tllffcreneo between ������ barrel of wntor und a barrel  cf wlneV  ���������7 can't (ell,"  "You may guess ten times,"  "It vhn������ no ficoQ. I give, oop."  "J)er difference vliflH nhust $200. On*  vIiiih free, uud dor odder couts money.  Ihte'l Ha, lin, lm! It vIihh my own  ahoke. 1 got hlm 00*1 hy mynolt. Xliy  "V.tit t don't hi*o no nliok(������," I Biiyn.  "you (lou'tV Vou ������l������������'t Itittl Umtmittxil  l/yik bcto, Mr. Man, t totnu in lii.'(i  to set %ome fhof������ tiKcd nn und to t������������ll  you der latent HhoUo. Vou don'f even  Knillc You ninlifi ino tee\ chonp. Vlioll,  ������.mh, .    '! .' V \   ������������������' ���������-���������   " tn  frn*?".  UUd 1 tako niy work to del dugo!"  Mad* Him F*������l titd.  It nmkes rao fed bnd dot I enn't understand, but I enn't, und no I have to  wait till notni'liody eltto comer In, Ho  vbtiN 11 young mnn mil a (intent leather  uti'if. tin fci.iini.* t.j tl���������".' d ���������"'���������' ncd  nmlltm; be ccjidcn In und i/rltw, bo ������lt������  ������t..w.������ uud u'.tii ha, hi, I r im-l *<*1J"������ tt  *iio :  "Roy. cbbler, you not*ht to bntt  bwn der������'! In nil your llfo jou ncvot  imw finythlng *.) fnmiy!"  "Soy I mtyn,  "Uy bntdticr-tn-biw vh.u dead tkhxvd  ���������U-r dm, UCwu. l-vit I tn<-'* fo ttttfh  tbnnt der tame, tt yon vba* yoint; te  l.\]\ int- J ean't help It."  ������������������Nor  "It rft*u down hy iter fer*t. I ebetu  out .*. !tH) t-.-'j������<'������ r������iy tumtMwtn-  U ���������*- ��������� h ''������!- -ul Along 1 mm* n yooni  hd.v ^-tliii-; ,1 .$.���������;!, ������������tn������ tha* 11 ttnlHy  wo -h t (i���������.-.' > ha-s 11 entlttr. My brml  ������|.-f inlaw vh3������ tfottil. Iml I twirl! M  lie.b nt del girt.   M*f$* t*m kimUxetm  v.  law vluts dead, tint Bbe, bare to loot: at a  uie.  Understand?" f  "Go ou." -.....' f  "Vhell, vhilo we looks nt ench other *  dor dog winds himself two times  nreuud dei* lamppost by der straps  ha, ha, thi I Shall I over forget it! If  I live to be n thousand years old shall  I forget it!"  "Vhas it so awful?" I asks,  "Awful? Vhy, you old dolt dero  vhas no awful about it. It vhas shust  screamingly fuuny. Dere vhaa me,  und dero vhns der girl, deio vhaa  der lamppost, und dero vhas der dog.  Shut your eyes und call oop der picture."  "Vhell?"  "Vhetl, der young lady cries out.dot  her dog vhns gone opp If 1 don't pull  oop der post, but 1 take der strap und  twist tt twico arouud, uud der,.dog*  vhas free-ha, ha, hu! Thluk of lt,  Hans���������ha, ha. lin!"        '  "But vhas it a shoke?"  "Vhas it? Vhas it? Vhy, man, vhas  you a born fool! Of course lt vhas a  shbke!"  "But vhy?"  "How? How? Don't der youug lady  ask mo to pull oop der lamppost?"  "But you don't do it!"   ,  He stands oop and looks at mo about  ono minute, und den he says:  "1 go out. You can do no work for  me. i don't bring repairs to rin idiot  asylum. Und 1 like to tell you further if I meet you out some night I  put a head on you. Vhas it a shoke!  Vhas it n shoke!   Humph!"  Vhell. vhat can 1 do. He says it  vhas some shokes, und It 1 can't see  it dot vhay I must suffer for it. I  vhas suffering vlien somo old man  comes lu to get a lift on der heel of  his shoe. I feels glad to see him. I  don't belief he, has atiy shokes to get  off. I tells him how much it vhlll bo  for repairs, und he seems nil right for  n minute, und den he breaks out:  "Ho, ho, ho!   Yes. it vhas funny.   I  vhas almost eighty years old, but I  can see humor der samo ash vhen I  was twenty,"  ~wlToes"sOTiWh*ln^hTfpTrefli"-I-ask8:   "I should gurgle! Vhy, cobbler, I  laugh until dey have to send fof* der  doclor!" '���������-  ���������  ".No!"  "It vhas true,   I shust go ho, ho, ho,  until I fall down in a fit,   If I can  laugh like dot I shall live to bo n hundred."  ���������"Yes?".' * ;:    '���������'  '  Another Funny Story.  "It happeus by der postofflco, A  man comes oop to rao mlt a rag around  his linger und 11 piece of string ia his  hand. Uo vlmnts me to-lie on der rag.  Do you see?"  "For sui'e."  "I take der string und tlo ono knot  iu it, und den he slips off dor rag und  gives me der ha, lm, hu! Oh, it vhas  funny-it vhas funny!"  "How you menu funny?"  "Vhy, ho don't have no soro finger.  He don't havo uo uso for tier rng. It  was till to fool me,"  "But vhy don't ho havo somo soro  linger?" I snys.    ���������  "Vhy? Vhy? Vhy don't he? ncenuso  your head vhas made of leather und  stulfwl with bran, und 1 don't want no  fool to do my repairs!"  U������il ho kicks over der chair ond  goes out und leaves int? to fool bad  sonio moro, For sure, I belief dot I  (���������itber hnvo lo get a shoke book or go  out of tier cobbler buslneufl,  M. QUAD.  A Qeniut,  "WhlzkinH ls n renl genius," saya tbo  admiring friend.  "But ho does not wonr long hnlr, nl-  ways hnrj on clean llnon, nhvnys litis  money In his pockets and seoins to lira  woll," d I Iters thn other.  ���������"That's true. And, don't you huo, ho  must be 11 goniu������ to he ablo to do nil  that nud still be n genluHV"~Now Yorlc  lAta.  Generous Sacrifice,  "fir, 1 wnut to marry your dfltwh-  Ifir."  "So 1 must huvo my littlo girl tnlton  from mo nomc limp, I suppose"  ''Hy no nicniiH, nlr. I will stop paying tny own board Hint."���������Bnltlmoro  American.    Moint Him.  "Fresh!" ejaculated tlio yotwn lady  %n I'vrcy laid a box of bo������bou������ In her  lap.  "Yfii, I nover buy nny other kind,"  returned tbo delighted 1'eiv.v,  "Oh, I didn't inciiu tho candy," tintil  tbo girl,  im    Mini������������������ 1   hi 111   11 ilimim������i������lWl  Reprimanded,  'Iteu ii'.-if, muni, ,i,.t 1 A'.  ~ ���������    f  /i.tfi.1 b;i ��������� ���������';r t lilt n fV.iiT*,y ont. of Iho  ;*������)( uf me leg."  "Servo,* jou rl������hU Why don't you  wrar high b������oli>r-CJ4.'vrbiod Vbtln  Oonler.        ._____������__������������������������  lAtrtty tn in* V������������y ������.������ ,'���������**..  "you aro n 0o(f (fancier, arc you?"  "Mot No, ron'ntn; I'm n dnwjt bnter,  Tbnt'ii w'y I'm offcrln' you t|tl* beautiful fos tnrrWr ������o cheap.  I wnut to  fit rid of 'Im."-Mtuiit'U|HjlI*i Journal.  What Meld Him Bi:'-.  ���������You onctit to go dii tbu stugp,"  ���������Think I \v'"*M rt"?"  "Vwu kuow tnoro tban lot* of tbtni  ���������Iw aro on."  *M������yU) thiil'** the ������*.i������on I'm not."  A Tonal.  yaahMn!   1 >v#ly djiiw*  rt*.*)---1 tm ��������� .���������.���������hHrt- \*tn������)  Lei ui e.M 1������' nmo  T* lti������ mu*** rme!  Thfetiah th������ toviy nine  Ait **'������*iU |.'������>������ awn-r,  mby ���������Af-i.ft *.*tu*a, |rin������  If i������������.i rml,' ., .'**.}?  Tr.minti 1 fni mti������,i   <orm  V,,!���������!., ,".'t th<i ttnrtt,  eiin nuty *ti������ sArrrm  In Tmah***,'* e\*m-b**fim*i,  Umtiiid tn Oillieft VfetxTr. THE   STEWS, ..CUHBEKL.VN'IV BRITISH   COLUMM.*..  ^TgiRfe EoCSKJfj JNJURIEsTdise^'  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiotln  oolonging to tlio Wellington Col-  nery Oo'y., or from or off tlio land  of tbo said (Company, will lie pros-  ecnted to tho full extent of tlie law.  l'\   D. Little.  'Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  LAND ACT, HUTERT DISTRICT.  TAKE 'NOTICE that Niinpkuh Lttke  Loggirg Company, Limited, intond* to  apply for i-ornissii/ii t > leime tho .following (Vecrib d for whore LhkIh:���������Commencing nt a p A jtl.ited S uth 45 degree  15 mii.ut-8, Kwi-SOO foctf'.om '.he-Fomh  E stC'.ruerof Indian Hetcr.vo adjoiuini:  thn North Boundary of Sec ion 2, To wn  ship 1, ltuport District, Vanooiw r Isl md,  tlience Lllcnv ng high wat r mark Bouth  09-20 East, 099 min t s: N���������it i 87 oeg-o.s  20 minutes li it, 133.5 ui uW: South 71  dfgr os -10 uri.utes Ka-t, 15H n.inute.:  K<i.th2". degr-t������ , 15 iuiuutes E-ist, TOO  iu uutes: Noith 79 deg et.'". West. 1291.4  iiii'.ntei<: S.iuth 14 degrees 15 mioutes  Wt?������t. 7J0 n inu'CB mere or 'is; to the  llnco of l:ei,iiii'ii!g, eouta iikg ";) ncrce  nioieor lo^e. Located'March 27lh, 1909,  Ni.mi'kimi Lakk Louui.nu Co,, Ltd.   Per;Ar-HrS'i1K-AeE������rA*Betit,"  ef Vancouver, B, C.,'Logger.  Vancouver, Arr.l 15 h, 1909.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.'' :  '���������m%'  SO  J&K&rj  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo It C.  A parefy hci-baS bete?; ������Mcot B  thlsi3 for the lander'; ekins of  crtWiimn, yet fioivcrfuS ������nsugfi \  to hosl an adult's chrcnlo core;  highly antiseptic; eases pain  aneS smarting soon a3 appllod -  thnt is Zam-Suk. Remember  it is purely herbal���������no mineral  poisons, no animal fats. Power  and purity combined 1' '  All tiroEtl'ts aai stares sell at SOcAa box.  m  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  AIGARS & TOBACCOS  letnents,  Incubators, Etc.. Etc  Prices   and  Hi  4-M^-hH-H-H**  Every Tool  For tlie  Fanner.  lvyorthrRolston. Co. LM*  H. S* R0LST0N,. Managing Director.  ������aiicjDn^eJi,^B.,_C,,,~��������� ������������������������������������  guaranteed  See E..C. Emde, Agent, Cutobeplapd, 8.  rH*������M-f������l������4-j.^������HH^-H"H-l,'I,,H'*l*  ': Cumberland Livery J  I AND, ACT   ItUPKUL' UISTKICT,  TAK'K NOTICK Unit Nitupkish Luke  Logging C>'iu|iauy, Lim ted, in'.oiids to  (1,-11 y t r jurmisiiion ti leno the Colmv-  ii.ig.joswibed fortc-h'tio lurid*! Onuimtiuc-  ing 'it ���������< ptst  id nt-nl ufc tlto Nor h Wen  o rner of* iot !H1, aituiito^   in   *;r wn! 3.        irxUf.)      DDVnCM      "I-  brant 20 Kup.rt Di-riot,Vane imr Is-I *      OUtttN     bKYUtIN     .f.  IhiiiI, there iu a S.jii'hoily and AY-tcei'v , *'  (Mroctkin   along  high  water ma'k  to   ai������.  |i int lOOfo.t W.-Kt  of ihe Scuth VVont I * *  c rutr i f snid L< t- WI, il ouei n a slnrgl t  .  line to "the poh t, of coniino-oemeiit,   iipd!"  (j ntitii;ing 10.5 uerto moro or le.-s.   Leon-   |  t il Mhi-ch 2!������th, 1901). I .  Nivi'KJNii 1-vKi'i LoiidiMi Co,, Ltd,      *  - Tor A. 11 STKACKV, Ag-nt,  of Vancouver, 1', (>., L 'ggf-r,  Vn, convor, April I**>t>, liloi).  imwrmmm.mmtiaimjKWixmwmvi'X.wtmititmm. im, nmmttmm  LOST or STRAYKD���������One  cow from Mrs. Harwood's much,  !t:is grey neck mul rc'ldish leos  below the knees. Any iufonua-  tioii'please leave at this ollice.  :������������������ and Feed Stable.,,   t  r  . -    enem\%mtt\.,i***mymi'*ixim.T.x-in/a^aasJg-vyAT*jjjnjM.rA������ fc*   ���������*���������  Prop net or  ������������������!������������������ ���������iiwi������nimi������i���������iiimw miwn !���������������������������  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS :OV : Aid*  KINDS  .   .   v. .  Ki-fWinwu  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  1 Trwne Mahks  DtilQNfi^  CorvniaiiTn ,kc,  An*Mi������������<,nrttnn h������V������(p\\ i\*m\ ilowrijitlnn raw  qul.iUI������ ninurulii oiir ciiilnlim, ii������u ti iol!ij������i; ������n  VI m������������trloi Jfnnildiiiitiiil.,HflNOUMK on 'ittnnMi  itinttrou, (Htlect n������<������i,i'r,Wr������iM<utTji������jwt������m������.  I'Almill ttihoii Ihrniuli tluini ff (O. rrcolvt  ilttilnl nutlet, niiltniic ciiiiiru(i, In tun  SclctttiJ'c American.  \ liMiilmmtl*/ lltamr������l������il nncllr.   I.,������r������������tl fllr-  SbNN & Co,������������,BrM^'' New York  Ui well Olfloo. hi V Bt��������� Wmliluiituii. U.O.  Subscribe for  The News  NOTKIE,  Riding on lioooinolives and   rail  Mvy cars of   the   Union   Colliery  Company Ivy any  person   or   per-  lone���������except tain crew���������io strictly  proh.������l-itod.    Ktnployoes ��������� r're sub-  ec Lo riiBini^al for allowing  eani-  Hy order  Kua.ncjs D. Lrrn v.  Miuta^et,  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  VVeok-cnd wt'i'vitw   hetwiien Vancouver,  Nimai t.o, Unio-i, Coiuux, hy   the  ste*.l (Hyde built twin fc/c-v  bteaau-r "COWICHAN"  iSaiiiaf; us under��������� ���������  L-uives Viir.co.tvo-, Satimhiy 8 f m   ���������  Aniveu Naninmo,  Siitui.iiiy  1'2 p ra  Ai rives Uninu, Sandty (i h m  Arrives C'oniDX,   Sunihiy S a m  l\o ui'tiiiiB:���������  Leaves Comiix. Sun.lay ���������! p ni  Lt-avoH L'u; i.i {Sunday 5 pin  Arrives Ntiiaimo,.Sunday II p in  AirivyB VirououYQr Mouday 7 ������ iu  ShiK** l*"������vi.*.. Union for Cumherlan.l pv  ery S.in .la/ ino.-ni u ou itrrivul of "COW-  ICilAN:" ;i".(i -L-iivr.s V- moo limd Hotel  it 1 p iu, couiK'et.utf with steamer at  Ui-.iou.  iff  *>A     '115^     '.it'f'-C' it  K-ji   ri'..-.;   wJob. v f  ^   ������������^������(^������������S(iK^'������������������������(������ g  w       ...  g Funeral Direc-  itor   and   En>|  balmer  ts  w/?������  "in season" af  D. HUNDEN'S  COMOX LAND DLSTUICT.  9) .'- *y  M i!s*\vJ3iti   :;   Fs.i&ndatlpMsS  @ Cavcfal! v Attesidcsl to.     ������  ������ _^_  ������,)  m    ���������: ��������� .���������     ^  ������   CiHub-jrhunl,,      -..  . U.-C. g  PUTT!N'  Tho Secondhand ,^uto Usaitr ana H;������  Irr.to Victim.  THR irate victim blustered Into tlia  otllcc of the seeondhaud nutomo-  bile dealer.  "Look here, sir!" he thundered.  "The automobile you fiold mo yesterday won't run. One of tlie cylinders  is cracked, the spark ping is badly  connected, the steeling gear is loose,  one wheel is wabbly, and���������nnd"���������  "Hold on n minute," the dealer iu-  ter\it.*<'<(. "i>":t l s*U you :i machlno  yesterday?"  "Vou certainly did."  "And you,puia me for lt?"  "Of course I did!" was tho emphatic  response.  "Then iho machine belongs to you,  doesn't it?''  "Why, to bc sure lt does!"  "Well, that being the case, I'd advise you not to amble through the  city shouting about its defects. If  you do I'd like to' know bow you ex-  pect to sell it."���������Lippiucott's Maga-  Kino.  The Pieasura Seeker.  NOTICE  Mww,*.i'jiir������iM������i������iuKwn������nu,*Jig.iMaifitMiKlt:j  ft������������������      ^  tie  :: WOOCL  '������������������ and Coal  I  j Hauled  Fruit  and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, IM-  !  'h HoLy .........  , M'l.HS FUOM THK 11KRT  'hlKNCI.l lIOLIiAND AND  J.M'ANIvS!'; (1ROWKR.S VUU  FALM'LANTJNtr.  (.Jri.nvn in tlio only   pui't of tlio  Anit'fican continent   not  inlvulod  wiih llu1   '���������'���������mi   J(������.so   Heiile.    Out  ticcH do not huvo to he fuinioHlod  ICvory Monday and  Friday  I  wiil he in town   to deliver Fresh  Unlter and all kinds of Vegetables  Tako Notice tlwt  Fraser   River and also 20 tmib of potntoos;   will  Dtttisinuir Avenue  v'CUMHHRIvAND,   Ii. 0,     J  'ino of Gnrdnn,   Field i;nd l''lowcr  n������������iaiwM  w t  (  _ Wood's 3?3iMpio&la*),  ,* nw *$i Pel   Urtnl   E'fl'mA   llti.tr-ly.  rf*f}, 9} TiiiwMiiiiil!ir,ii<jiiue<tiHWlitj'ii  ,tA-< *���������*. iinrvinm ���������retnm,  nwilifn   nnv  ��������� *���������������  OH'*  ���������-.'.*  *"* llu. Miu Clll V������JIII*..Vu-.'.\ii  t ll.ltlHIii.  Hfrntnt nnd llrtihi ll'fri'H   ll,  injiimnru, Jiau/i* ;r *iii,iii .*. 1'iiiiminuiiiii, (il'ti  mrdim-rhiriliitnillttrrrtijifAliiietiiX Ar*v������-.*'  iMfolt |iw>}*,/<lxf<irft. Oiifl������ilUiili'i}Mt.t.i  r,*lll <*hi*.  Row by oil Anunddl* .or imiU'4 Jr.  j'luln tikir. on tye������m ot Viv/*WA(,o mm* siU  ,'lRlll pkit, on ������l*.,,.-,   -r-.-r-.,- ,      ���������������_  hiu iii.ijne. Tha xVaexlWfodloln; oot  ifuviiM'ly li'inOm) Toronto Ont.  Cork's Cotton Root Compaund  , ,\������ crcat Utcrtiw Ton!'% ������������iit  i\������wity mlo eiJMiul Mnnttily  jiltfjri'In wrmi wlilt li wmt'n ������mn  I  Mr*  SH-i  *-' 'ft "8  i * R  s i  13 S 3 ?  *>  *!   H     %   >  j     S    -* .������  So"   ���������> *���������  * *i a   5 5  ������mt   ������   I   * 1        * j  am ������ I * T-.' a "  ^"    r* O  u* V* w, r  ������������ I  K  ft -n %$  % \'-mi"i ifi  tijfAm ���������  ���������fM  m  Cm   i  fl  Iviimlit!i* .Co., Limited of Feasor  Mills. 15. C, Occupation Sawmill  und Lnir.lci' ConipHiiy, intends to  apply for permission to loiu-o'tho  'followii.<���������; descrilied Innd.--  Coinnu'ucinji; at a pof-t plauted  uhotit 7o0 feet dirilanl and iu n  Monthoiihterly dircclion from the  snnjthea.si eoi'iiei' of hot <S2, C!oinox  District, tlience 3o00 feel South  4.0 detjjrnts, dl- ... minutes fvast,  thence D00 feet North. 40 <h������rrree������  Iti miiititert iy.vA, tlience 1500 feel  iNoi'th, 40 decrees, 11- minute^  Weijt. tlnnu'u South 40 dtigreiw 10  nii:iiile> We.-t, lo point of cum-  ineiie.ment and containing Vt Ad a<-  erois liioi'o or lews.  Haled 2tith  Kelii'tiury'   10)0.  Fji.\**;:a Rivnit Lumukij Co. I.to.  fcllll C'lic'ill.  Chi-u Ykuk,  Sandwick,  COMOX   hAND DISTRICT.  Take Nolii'e, that  Fnt^ei*   River  Saoilis in slock e'i'fAVii   hy the hoM  ^     I utul most U'liuhlc Pu, ideCoast, and  g     j foreign pt'oworf,  ���������������      I    Fort! iKsra,   lloo 8uppllon,   Spray  ^     iPumpa, Qprayiiig laiitoriiilCui. li'iow- ] i.unihei*  Do,   Limited   ol   Fnnw  4      jore, flte. I Milhs ll. (J., Occupation   Hi.w:iii 11������  |     j M*    J.     HBNRY | and Luinhi'i* Company, inttuulrt to  GreoihouiQn,  Baud Houmu and Post, j {|jl|||^, flll. j,,,,.,,,;K,.j01l '������������������   )t.ii;0   ||���������,  i' ii.*...���������.   .  .i !i....i    i i,  ������  -i  Oftlco Adc're n,  PO 10 WBSV.M IWBXlill KO AU,  En neb.filuwioi-y, South Vimccuver.  ollowiny: dei'i't'tOeil   land:--  (loninieni'iiip nl   th������' novlhwo.'l  NOTIC1C  TO  CRKDlTORvS  Creditors of the, late Klizahcth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Kng  land Holel,Cumbechuid, are noli  fied lo foi'Wiird their claims  against the estate to the tinder-  signed on orbeldfe* 'the lA dtly  of t'lnne, duly verifitd wiih par  ticnhirs of any .stenrilies held hy  llic-in. ami are hereby uoiifitd  that after the said'dale, the under  signed will proceed lo distrihnla  t'ct* estate, hav'njj regard only to  ���������inch eiainis as shrill then have  been brought 'o Iter notice.  Vancouver, April :;oth too';,  MAKGARt'Vr Tavi.or  Adiniiiislralii:v  Uy hci* solicitors  Messrs McNeil & iiird,  6tq (itanvilleSt, Vaucotivi'fli.O.  LAND JU'CJ-3'.'.'itY ACT,  I il t!'������ inatlei* i,I im iiji(.li'."iti:ii t-.,f l)������|ili-  nt.! o,ini;.','iic. o* ri*,)* i.n l i i,\.\V,  Mc':illi 71. ei'i ^. U'. fi'.C'.i'il'.tl ] .UK'  K. I''. fll.i'l "i I I ft of H.i'lioli'.'iJ  ���������,ii������i.m|i ii '.I, ^rnkp .'.".-' If) l'itli:ox   I'i-'  Lndy���������Well, l'ir'*give^yoti u_(-cnts���������_  not  beciiusc.  I   third?'yoii' deserve It,   .'-.*  mind. Imr l.ecauEe It I'h-ases me.  Tramp���������Thank yer. Couldn't yer  m.iike it ll) cents nnd thoroughly enjoy  yerself?  Extinguisher Nttded.  Mrs. Stubb-John, 1 have Fomo oldi  r.ovelH 1 thought nlmut donating to the  home for dtstibh'd sailors. Here Js one  lutensely InteresLiiiK, In the lirst ehnp.  ter during a Hery arsument the hero,  red hot with singer, tu-'hea at tha v::-  lain with hi.'izli'g eycx. Then the ���������heroine, with S'lowius cliri'li.s���������  Mr, Jltuhb���������llohl on, Mmii. Th.it'f  not app'ro|;rhite reiull'.ifi for disablec ,  sailors. You had better send It down  to thc homo for retired firemen. Geo,  such a uovel aa thit nocd:; a live eitiu-  fiiilshor with every chnpterl���������Hou:uou  Post.  AmDinj tho Ultra Set.  Mm, Ill.ahtipi'e-l'ncle Henry Is, so  stii'ildly [)lc|i.*>|.in. ncnlly, I am exasperated every Iiuw lie calln.  Mr, Hltfluipixv-Iii what wny, my  dear?  ���������Mm. HlRhuppo���������Why, ho nlwsys  asks If can* hnhy cries. M if we had  one of tho.se Mil 1'a.ililoued huhlesl-  Chlettgo News.  urriic..u.������ur/.'oiy, isoum vanccuver, ,    .   ... , , ,    ,   ,    ,,,,. i       .tmi.Hii m .-, i ia������ii.i..- m  ���������!/_���������.���������.,.,.., u    r    cornel'| t of   Di-lricl   Lot    li.!i,i       ������������������.,,  TuifCOuV^lf " 13,  L. i r���������.uui.\ Dii-!vii'.t, thonce   north   'I'I,    Nm h'l*,:? hnth^ t;iv.<ii t  Tho Huildng Bee.  The country Hwnln droppctt his red  enr and leaned over to tbe couotry  lasii.  "Miindy, c-ciiu 1 klsu yeou nowV" he  naked anxiously.  ���������'.vol now, Hiram," i:IkbI������J Mandy.  "Why not?"  "llecni!?o even the corn has ears,"-  .St.  I-oida ltepulHc.  Each Had Hit Work  Oyer-Thero   ro   Pock ran   ntul   hH  Wife.   She ia n lecturer, nud he Ul im  cutertiiluer,,,  Myer-Hotli In public life, eh?  Oyer   Oh,  no!    When he wnntn t'l  to downtown in the t vciu;ij{ nti< rIvch  hliii a kn'tiire; then he ittays home and  cultr'n'lim tlie Imhy.-St. I.oiihi Post'  iJl-pateh,  Vuu and Mr  in!,!.:'i.'li:'i were very  Ind il in m\ ' <|llir' '" l1"' il!lll'r ll,-'t fl'dit," laild Ini.  Cict your  t!uac at llv.i News.  mmh> i -t-twttari.... unwiir mm  I     '                        v                          ' '                 ; ni-.ih'.'i*,  ,~.,-~-,,....���������,... jdi'L'i'oes Jtl niiiiilte*dva^, ItlfH) left, ;'''!" " ;'' ''" ;���������*>!' " ������ "' ������<"> ������������������������������������������������������"������������������ ..y,,,,   j tahf htm early In llie even.  J     i     n   ���������       ���������            ,i                  ,ii,i                w>              i ttiiii ditt.' f t'i������lii'Ht yv.lt'. c titi) l.uii't'l to ,..,,  it..,,   ..���������,,,,,..  t .ii;,.,!  i<,  mi.   nctl   >  on Prmf mo ' l ieiu'0 .ion h      iIi'itco-.   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W iioiich: *l on, Hnil-i' xv.<-. ��������� l  IVfl more or   ln.-s   to   hivh   Wi ter  ,\p il I'.Hij,   mul Hili O'lu'ier   l',i:i'l,   in ii  ie i,:l...r.*.| re.'U*'* i'*"!y I'.':^L'7u, :���������';,''!!'   mil Vn.thM>M������*l<:#l.  Uinl'li, t'liCl'.COIIOl'llnVC^eily f-'I'lONV- ' ,;),,,;���������, ^ l.'Klf   l*"',V   tf t������ltl-|ll|<   llh*   ICdilOUS   fo*  .,        ��������� i i ���������   i         .       '      i    ,        ,     ', ,,.      ,-��������� ,        ,,   ,, tla- nt*.*;i  ip,'!n*.,-.*;; -I'.itia, Ihav laniiy  Hi|I tlu������ Mildihi'di   wilei'   mark   loi    I.ftr.d Ue-^iry nlhtv,  ^ i."!*>r.������, l>. <'��������� )li;lW. ��������� ,n(j||(.,n>  i li'.l.ei' ',11:1.111  t.i;.* i;i a iijiJiit.'i, niy  .   "   v, - *g  *       2 J  .,  k������  V WI  ��������� S.  S tm. 3  I      Ufi  O m$  ^ .       \ &'������'������ 9  henuuin',   c.ii'l   Martin   wi-  la  iilntaitl'C Ol  ll-MIU lil'l  ninii' tti   If-'-,,  I     ,' ,., 1,1!   t.i Till' H )],',  in.- Xf.c v,  iiiM'ii,  ������3  u  y  *t  ri  p������>wwwiwiiii>ww'PiinMi mwwn������im lip  umnii! tmwwjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw *m*^a**f  When In Courtenay  (     ,,s   >(   (|                             ; containiii'j.' 140 acres nii.iiv or h'.'-. ;            ���������  ...   .........  lille fin-   ���������Mi-nii...                                   I DmI.'.I Ihr oil,   ,1-iv "!' 'Ii.rei! I1'!!'.!,        \V,    11.   Si 1 in.'.-i'   npiiobMcriiiir, '     Nn Ori*q>i.  it W'dwadintt Anybody.  'lint why i|wh ,sliu line   the by   1    ,.           ,,          ,'            ,,     ,        ��������� ,,  ,               ,             ,                   " "Would y 11 :irhl:e n .vuuiin* man tti  :   ,   ,,   I  ,,.,.',.   ,|   , ,,, ,       ,,           '          1'It'.siai RiVi;i; Lt Mlil-.U ( o.  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Niv-n I  N<me but die Ilea of Winnn ami l/i|iior< I       , ,  '        real!.'  ���������rt '.hi: hM.  g iumii   vmi/ii/1*   Ji'Jtr.t-xi  !       p\r.iii, ",|.. no',,,, tuiir k,iili 1 i"  ���������* \ or jt/i.-r 1 iu������i i. t ji"..m '.  * Aiei aii hitxiAAi   iii'Ikh::^. i ;  I'MI  A*lvtili."..rM uil!   cuiif.-r n I *''<������i*������ >     *���������      ���������*���������-���������-������,- i*nr,\,y    i  C-m - % *,���������* ������������������-...������������������,.  > *"- ������.v l.-i-bi. ii* .h-i- a 1, ���������.���������*. ^ ' >,     ^MtUS (jOO(Ji    \  l.Kc H r-t.ir r-t.     i .'..���������'.'��������� I-  '���������  ?.:ti'fr!:l   fin'   '���������' " "rt   ("HI  *y**   f-, .-���������-���������*  ,.*��������������������������� e ��������������������������� <  1 r,,-, 1 ��������� .it- .t ,',t Om ii v*  RATES HKASONABLK        \\\o.  ������V'"'. An'i'ii' '   c on ��������� 1!.  thim .Monthly, a-. I'd*   wi!i   e:ci't!<'  , 1..  1 li.c   jii iotci'",   ' <   "   '*' t  ������  ���������' '  Dciim.ii. J-biud. j      Julm Uohi &ton,    Prop        !*������������������������"' ' ,:"!! ' "';"l   ������'���������������.���������������  y-  : u*.d i*\ tic- -;,ic!l,'  !i.'.\t      !f.-ltl!  Itjl   tl.l'   /'  '���������!"! 4 una  '   I General hardware  V.'-h'i's   I  fi   l������IIOi <   f;i  v.vtr  i->ilrt  *   . .- 1  v    ��������� 1   .i   1    ���������    '       ���������������������������    .���������     ��������� '*  ������������������:'   i I  .'  I..,       ,|   1 .t������     i    I  ! ,    ������������������   ���������,      il ....  lata m*w9mtm  ?sra Mtrs; axsffi������SLASTD. sHmsff cotmtmjt  There fc only  one Bovril  That name is your guarantee  that Use article v������u buy iea!ly  does contain ������!1 the nutritive,  stimulating and Savoring  qualities of prime b*ef.  Do not be induced to swept  some otber prej>-r������ition in place  of UOVRIL.  CRoen Bovril No'W.  Sending to Eatons.  The writer wishes to draw attention to the fact that the business   people of Cumberland   are  always complaining about   the  public sending their  money   a-  way to Eaton's instead of doing*  their business at home and keeping the money here.   The other  day Jt Presentation  took place in  ���������which the business men and oth  ers contributed, and instead   of  purchasing the goods at home,  they sent to Vancouver to be supplied,   when   the   goods   could  have been obtained   iti Cumberland.    We have in our town, a  Development League agitating to  bring  capital   etc.,   here.   Are  they not. working iti vain ?   The  writer was appaoae'.ied by a gentleman on this matter, and   his  STATEMENT.  Receipts and Expenditure 24th  May sports;  Receipts,  islands... $   5 00  Entrance fee*     29 60  W. C. Co. and employee!.. 299 CO  Union Bay    34 00  City 237 0u  $(505 00  Ezpeniea.  Band....  I 88 00  Piinting     21 00  Collectors     14 00  Umpire*     10 00  SundtieS     30 10  Paid in pmo3     444 50  SttftUBHT  SOAP  $608 60  James L. Brown, Sec'y  WxsMcy Whaar , Treas.  ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������'    ��������� ���������-  Dr. D. E. Kerr, dentist, will he  in Cumberland until the end of  June. Office at Mrs. Anthony's  residence, opposite Church of England.  AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE  know a that Sunlight Soap  means a wonderful saving of  time and labour in house*  cleaning,  Whether with hot or cold  water, nothing geta the dirt  off so quickly and without  Injury as Sunlight Soap.  Uso K tho Sunlight way.  Follow tho directions.  "Has anything ever been dis-  covered on Venus?'' asked the student of astronomy,  ���������'No,'' replied the old professor,  whose mind had slipped a cog and  transported him to mythological  fields, ''not if the pictures of her  are authentic."  opinion was, that a public meeting should be called to* investigate the matter and also to invite our local member to be pres  ent, as this might be .1 precedent  for the luture. There is a play  called "Too Much Johnston,"  this should be called ''Too Much  Grantham."  (Signed) SUBSCRIBER  TFNDERS*  Tenders for painting and kal-  Soiniuitig two rooms itv 'he Cum*  berland public school', will be received up to Tuesday, June 29th  1909.  T. if Carry.  Secretary, Si liool Board.  Presentation.  Previous to Mr. Netherby's de  parture  last Saturday night, he  POR SALE ���������Two houses, sit-  uate in Jerusalem. Will be sold  cheap, Enquire, P. V, Harrison  barristcr-at-law.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of tlieir famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention thii paper,  ���������t-H-H-H 1H 11 III 1111 HI'  Singer  Sewing  j! Machines  !: For Sale  9  9  M  was summoned tcTtlie*^rlor~bT  the Cumberland Hotel, where  many frieuds had assembled, and  presented him with a very handsome gold watch (hunting case)  aud chain, with the initials A. B.  N. nicely engraved on the outside of tlie case. The presentation was made on behalf of the  business men aud frieuds by  Mrs, Piket in the following  short address:���������  "Dear Mr. Ne herby:���������On behalf  of the business rrei: and your  friend* of Cumberland, I have  much pleasure in preicnting you  with thin email token ol esteem and  good will in which you are held by  your many friendx, and trust you  mny long enjoy good health to  wear il."  Mr. Netherby in reply thanked his friends for the valuable  aud unexpected gift, which  though acceptable aud very much  appreciate!), was not necessary to  keep him in remembrance of his  many kind friends in Cumber-  laud. At about ten o'clock a  large party left by autos to escort  Mr. Netherby to Unlou Bay.  -ON-  1 ���������  \\ Easy Terms i:  *'      -at thr-     ::  ii News Office. \\  H������WH^HH������M"!-W������M'������M������W-H"M*  A man named Stum- and nrio  nwii#*J Wood met on thn iti*.**ot recently, ami they utoppul for a mo-  tuent 10 e&i'.iiangtt ������ f������* cheerful  views, whon a wnm 11 in h pnrtlcti-  hirly notWahlu Khenth-jr������wn panted. Biniulti-neiiUitly, Wont] turned to Stone; Stone tufnml to Wood;  then both turned tu ruhUn. ,  ���������11 i' ii    -%,    1 mi* -ni*ir~ 1 * 1  FORFA LK-Jeny ���������'���������.������-, hi culf, j  alio <>>io mars good for middle or I  btifwy���������- Apply NW������c wlliee or tn j  U. Ptn������, CoorlKnay ��������� j  Mr. A. K. Palmer, of Lndy  smith, ia now district agent for  the Singer Sewing Machine Co,,  Mr. Pred Jepson, of Nanaimo,  having given up the agency, and  will in future devote all his time  to his music and stationery bus!*  ness. Mr. Palmer, the present  agent will make regular trips to  the distriot once a month in the  interest of the above Company.  .... ..I ���������,,���������������,.,.������������������..,,.,  AUTOMOBILE HOR HIRE  at al! hours, with a careful driv  er.   R. C. Kinde, Cumberland,  Wharf Notes.  ��������������������������������� ���������  Blue Funnel liner Antilochus  arrived on Friday last and cleared  Saturday after taking bunker  fuel.  Dela and scows cleared for  Vancouver on Sunday evening.  Clayborne and scows are loading to-day (Monday).  Messrs. R. Abrams and \V.  Ellis arrived home on Tuesday  evening having enjoyed themselves visiting the Fair.  Mr. Geo. Booth arrived back to  resume his duties looking very  much improved after enjoying  two weeks' vacation.  Air. Chas. Hooper and Miss  Hooper returned home after  spending. a_week visiting friends  iu Victoria.  Mrs Renwick and daughters,  Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Thompson,  of Eureka, California, were  guests of Dr and Mrs. D. Renwick last week.  Mr. John Humphrey, of the  Wilson Hotel, was a passenger to  Nanaimo on Sunday on SS. Cowichau.  Quite a men-y crowd assembled  at the city dock on Saturday evr  enitig to bid farewell to Mr.  Netherby, of the Royal Bank ot  Canada. Mr. Netherby, before  his departure, was the guest of  an automobile party and the  sweet melodious voices singing  '���������Automobiling you and I" could  be heard at some distance.  Tlio Bports committee are all  working hard getting everything  in ehapo for tiie celebration on  July int.,.  Tbo different base ball tentnfl  are all keeping their eye on Cud  dy'fl bunch of stars.  nr, Arbuekle, of General Hospital, Vancouver, has been appointed resident doctor for Uniou Bay  and Islands.  John Houston has shaken the ditBt  of Prince Itupert from his shoes]  some maliciously inclined persons  say, however, that the new metropolis of tlie'north will never  be troubled with the problem], has  sold out the Empire, and will seek  new political and advertising pastures in Texas or New Mexico,  tint John will never be happy a-  way from British Columbia. We  will give him six months, or a  year at tho most, to find out that  this is the only part of the* world  worth living in.���������Victoria   times.  _ m   The foundations of Califonia  have been suffering again from a  severe attack of ague. The natives  of the state accepted the shock as  a mere matter of course or periodical experience. Strangers not accustomed to the sensation of feel  ing the foundations of the earth  rocking beneath their feet-, were  naturally greatly alarmed. It is  satisfactory to learn that no damage was done. Yet the visitation  contained an imtimation of ever  present possibilities, A slightly  more violent vibration and there  might be ghastly tales for tho  newspapers to tell.���������Times  !  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  CUMBERLAND.  B.C.,  Capital, $4,600,000 Assets,   *53.000,000  Kmavs, 86,300,000 Dwosj-j*, $58,000,000  1  t  4  i  Money Ordera^-v-*?���������:. ���������������������������. ���������=  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,  Francs, Marks, Rubles   Liree, Kronen, etc.   Payable All  Over   the    World.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  A B. NETHERBY,  mahaom.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQflDE TO   ORDER A^D  IN ANV STYLE YOU 'jUlIStf.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  At the baseball match played  between the "Waverly Steps"  and the "Father of the Tramps''  ou last Sunday resulted in a victory for the latter team, they  having proved themselves easy  winners. "Waverly Steps" ii's  up to you to redeem yourselves.  Notice is herel>*/_given   that_Thirty  Days after uato I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chiof Commissioner  of Lauds and VVorks for a License to  prospect for coal nud jjetruleum under tho following described lands fiituate  in Sayward District, B. C, commenoing at  a post on tho bunk of the Campbell River  opposite the S. E. post of lot iGl. Thence  due North 30 cnains moro or 1ms to the  N. E. oorner post of said lot 104; Thenco  due west 68.70 chains morp or l'ss ������o thc  N. W. corner ot avid lot ltM. Thenot  south 30 ebnin*. Ihence due east 6(1.70  chains more or less to place of commencement.  Dated this Oth day of Maich 1909,  K   l'lUKST.  $250 in PRIZES  -GIVEN AWAY. i'KEE WITH-  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  Every   49 lb   sack of  Royal.pun particulars are on the back-  Standard     Flour   leaving   our 0f each coupon*  ���������lnills-con-taius-a���������numberedcou^  pou; On the last day of the  month ten numbers are drawn  and published in the first issue  of this paper followiug. If you  hold oue of the lucky numbers,  return it to us, aud we will for  ward you free of charge, a hand,  some china dinner of 109 pieces.  ���������Royal���������Standard-Flour���������is-th'e>-  Pride of  the  British   Columbia*,  housewife. It is a   perfect flour,,  made   from    specially   selected*  wheat, by the most mordera pro -  cess known to milling   industay  ��������� a pure, sweet, wolesome flour,,  unsurpassed iu America,  Manufactured   by���������  Vancouver Milling & Grain  Co., Ltd.  VANCOUVKR,   li. C."  NOTC E is hereby given that the undersigned iutend to apply one mouth utter  the date of the first pu'dioauo 1 of tliis no  tico to the Governor���������io'Oouiioil (o- approv  ������1 ol tho plans and site of a proposed linom  ing ground in Coinox Harbor in tho Dip-  crict of C01110K, Va ooiwer I������Uud, ii* i ibh  Columbia.  AND NOTICK i< n'so j;i on thnt a plau  of tho proposed works together witb a do  soription of ths site have bemi deposited  in the olllco of tho  MiuUier of Public \  Works at Ottawa, aud in the oilloo of the |  Distriot KfRintrtr of Lauds in tho Oity ot |  Vioti-rin, I'rovjiioeuf Urilisb CaluiuOiii.  Datod this lfitl) day ol Maruh, 11)09.  KRA8KK HIVKU LUMhKlt CO.  FOR SALE���������100 acros of land  25 acres slashed, 0 acres olenred,  frame house lli x 25 x 10, small  orchnrd. For particulars npply nt  this olllco or to K. Grieve, Conr-  tenuy, IJ. C.  Bicycle  Riders  Wanted  To aut M *''*" tftttxt* where wo are not  represented. To those who will rop-  reaenk uu In uew territory, we will  Ba|iply * sample whoul at wholcsile  oo������t.    PwU������i\m������ tree,    WriW n*.  KOU S A Mi���������One heavy draught  horso, ImrneiH und good exprciv  wnjwoti' ftUo nlttumt. ti*<w donhlo  four inch tired wtt^on. Apply  to Hurt ife Btimhrick, Little River,  C������>mox, B. C. 4j8  Wa nm tba PlrniMir Blflynlfl t������������������tilo of I   , ������ .,, ,,.���������.,,,,,���������  . .i.il*   iii*   U'\.is���������i.\.i,  thn West.  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.  - ������������������ -i i   O   '       "   "  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER  SHIP.  Messrs Aitkeu & Slaughter,  having dissolved partnership on  May 31st 1909, nil outstanding  accounts against tlie  old   firm,  nur.t  Special Sale of  LINOLEUMS   &  Lace Curtains at a  Discount of 20 per cent,  For the MONTH of JUNE.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  A. MoKinnon  m������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������*!���������������������������  '���������"^���������ablc,  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  mmmmmmmmammmmmmmmtmmmtammm  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  i"j-  THOS. PL1MLEY.  OINTRALOY0LB DEPOT,  1110 Gov't., St., Opposite 8ptnc������'������  fcl* 0-i������ i������ tho VItnefrVtcycle Btcre.  VI0TOEIA,       B, 0.  If you get it at Pllmlcyu, it's aU  right,  The Pilsener Brewing   Co.   ; will be prepared to supply :   Crystal Ice  hcpKaciiitd to Alfred G. Slunyh  ter, City Meat Market, Cumberland, U. C.  .   Ai.vnnn G, St.AUonTittt,  Dr, D. E. Kerr, denti������t, will ho  In Cnmhorlautl, from Juno 10th  until end of month,  Mra.  J.   M������ttli������vrn.    Mr     J, j  ou, or about July i  fthoor am! Bud M������r������r������������ xxoiv *w-\\ OftDRRS MAY HK SKNT BV  euftrra by ThnntUy'a i.ut/������>i'g: I OKI'JCB.   RKPR/OIvRAT  mammer.                                   ]| OI?OBRS PROmi������TLiY J  u, or about July ist, 1909   MAIL, OR AT THK  ATORS SUPPMKD  ATTBNDBD   TO.  NOTICK: -No   nds    will   hi  changed aftor Monday tiooti of each  WCH'k,  I    WANTEI)-V������niu7"������n w|th  I Fourth Chun, Kns/iiu-ersf^oitifii'rtli*  jne������J(������ ciij|>loy������n������������if. Apply at thi*  ! ������ithee.  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gciitlemcn'n Suits Made to Order  from $30 to I35    AH Work Fir������t Clnss  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  MNMM  ���������������������������������������������������������������  Foil SALK--A  thoroiifrbltrwl'  i,Tfrt������v hull, one yt������r ������dd. Apply to'  I).   Hoy.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������f������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealer* in Pre������h and Salt Mealnind Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f ���������*������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<

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