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 ��������� <&-&���������> t^feww;hi-tf?"������j,,:������i ^j^sss^.&aajw^ui*^*; -.tti,--. . * ���������  ���������/���������/  /  (  *M.4i.'!u4l t^J fcVa.:Mf*JMB*lMl������S  /"'  t  1*  47  #  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Distriot.  The News, Eighteenth Year;  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  ..AT THE BIG STORE..  f  The summer and hot w  er will soon be with us now.  The following are some of  the seasonable goods we have on  display should draw your attention  to, and which we carry large and  well assorted lines, namely:���������  Lady's -Wash Suits, Lace and Net Blouses,  Sun Bonnets, Novelties in Summer Neckwear,  White and Coloied BeltsT'Sun Shades, Whitewear,  Ladies' Bathing Suits and Caps, Hammocks, Bain-  boo Verandah Screens, Tents, Tenuis-and'La  crosse Shoes, Sandals, White and Colored Canvas  Shoes..  Men's two piece Suits, Tennis Pants, Soft Over  Shirts in silk and mixtures, Leather Belts,* Sunt-,  mer  Underwear,   Athletic. Shirts,'  Straw   Hats,  ���������SmW^SOTmYrerCmtsT-���������  g   Tackle;   and   all  Simon- Leiser & Co. Ltd  1  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND  .fiBBGBSraL  tHall  Paper  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to .choose, from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Tarnish, Staius  aud Baplac, which makes old furniture like uew.  and for 1909  Fishing!  as  Arrived  Depend on Us For  Your Good Groceries  We are now in a position to cater to your requirements in the GROCERY LINE, as we are uow  carrying a full and complete stock ol dependable  goods iu this department. OUR PRICES ARE  RIGHT. Send us your mouth's order for Groceries���������then notice the promptness of delivery, the  cleanliness and freshness of goods, the quality of  what you get, and you will hud abundant reason  for sending us your future orders.  J. N. HcLEOD,  THE CORNER  STORE  Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C  ETC.  The Magnet  Cash Store  Takes  First  Place. '."'7;:  tTeTbate  Great  Sale  of  BOYS' SUITS AT  LESS THAN COST  Commencing Saturday,  June 12th, 1909, at  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumberland, B. C.  h  M*mWmtW*M  iiMiMiifflwiafiiiiiw  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKE  S  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company'* UHliR aud  FORTHU,      Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Winn*, and Li>)Uuih.  SECOND  STREET  ARC LAMPS.      !  With business people it is a  well known fact that oue of  the  best methods of  advertising   a  finn; i. to have a bright and attractive  system of lighting of  the premises. Improvements  aee beiug continually introduced  iu this line, which indicates thnt  the quality of the light is becoming more illuminating, with less  of ihe   bright red glare, which is  the distinguishing feature of other aud older   methods.    No oue  attempts to dispute the nsscrliou  that electrical lighting   is   the  bost and safest, and thc improved flves which Campbell Bros,,  have introduced into their store,  the most-up-to date,     Although  these energetic business men lost  heavily iu   thc recent fire,   the  splendid building theyhave had  constructed plainly indicates tlmt  they have great faith in the tut-  I roiled mining and agtiiultu''ul  developments of the district in  the    future.      They  sec in    to  be determined not only to make  their new store thc best in   tlie  district, but also thc brigh'est by  night, as well as by day.    The  three  ares iu thc store are sufficient to lighten up every corner  thoroughly, showing up distinct  lv the difT.'reut shades of the fab  1 rtes on view.  front of thc  much   favorable comment   sir.o'  it was placed   thcic,   especially  xvhetx rnmtmrd witb ibe ������������������m.iiW  lights on thc street,  "Among the distinguishing  Characteristics of this lunp may  be mentioned its tire-proof con-  strnethni, which enables it to  withstand any current passing  through it; it** cjuicl nud sU-wdy  operation, also the general excellence of its design aud const;uc-  tiou,"  Mr. Wimiingham, ������h<> installed these iu Campbell UiOv store  has shown considerable skill   tn  having them work   tf*  ' ������U->fae  l������t ily*  ROD AND  GUN  FOR JUNK  Wedding Gifts.B ������������iyffi  Prices as L<ow as $l.oo and up to ������$3SO  STERLING SILVER, SILVER  -QOODSr-AND���������RieH���������COT-  PLATED  "GLASS  STODDART  The tlemelzp  Dunsmuir Avenue        Cumberland, B. C.  The winter campaign against tho  wolves iiiNorthomOutario, suggest  tion for thinkings out  these pests  in the Algonquin iSlntioniil Park  and the need for somo further action in that portion of the Province  bordering on Manitoba, aro prominent features of tho .luno number  of Rod nud Ci nn in  Canada, published by   W. J. Taylor,   Woodstock, Out. Sportsmen every whoro  are deoply iiisterustcd in this wolf  campaign because it is felt that the  future of our big game depends to  a considerable extent upon keeping down tho numbers of their relentless and ovor   vigorous   fiH'S.  What luu boon done and what is  proposed applies to a much wider  lleld than Ontario mid tho  logons  learned will  110 doubt bo put   to  use in several of tho other Provinces.   Kven whore tlio  wolf is not  a pout and a   trouble   sport-unou  vvill rend with i-yinpathetic interest   of the good work done and of  the propoRtils for renewing it with  iiieren-icd xest next wiiitnr.    Fishing, including a   fine   illustrated  paper showing how angler*  muy  with much plennire und profit  themselves,   mount  the   best   cf  their specimen's, or-'iipi*** tin* next  pliicti, won 6ti*i'ies being given up  to topics of which the fisherman ,  is never weary. As a change, one)  p'ip;u' descriptive of fishing in the  Wtst Indies, will show Canadians  that, they have no need to envy  their fellows elsewhere, A lino  dog artielft by Mr. Ii. Clapham,  'Dogs as. Companions at Home  and field,'* iv paper on ''Grouse in  Alberta," a description of a new  British Columbia Canoe trip, a  u couple of big game hunting stories, fish and gumo protective topics, a summary of the report on  tho Canadian National Park, and  a paper on Physical Culture, aro  representative of the wealth of oth  er good things appearing in tlio  number, indeed, sportsmen, what  ovor may ho the speciiil line they  f a vor, will find something ln  ENGLISH CHURCH KHTEU-  TAlNilENT.     "  The  entertainment    given   by  Holy Trinity Church, on ''Friday  evening hist, was well attended and  very much enjoyed by the audi-  eiu'o, The different numbers were  well rendered,   The fares ���������Aroa  Belle" wn? very woll  stnged  and .  the* different parts woll  sustained.  Ice crOHin was served during intor  mission, nnd wo aro 6iiro a very  substantial sum was realized from  both sources  About. 6:30 this morning, an  nlarm <t Urn wus given. The fire  boys ro-pondinp to the call immu-  diaiely. It wan discovered ihut the  firo wns noteeriow, the cause bob ������  th'iH j������ dfticotivo 8U>vi> pipo in  a  houtsa  ihoiio appealing to thuni with particular force, while tho wh'.>k������ of  tho contents wiil bo found of gen.  oral interest to all concerned in  the sporting advantages of the Dominion,  Prenbyterion Sunday Schocl bell  thoir annual pic nlc nt   Millard's  Heach on   but   Saturday.   Thoro  \x-tt 11 tt'f.td lum   nul, the day w.ic  au   iilt*������l one for u pio nlc sr.d  ov*  lorvotto   er.jove I    thennelves    im  . t .  to! iiioiisuly.  Tlm output of coal for the Union  conl tiiini'c for iiionlh ol Mny, \va������  .".������.!) H ion?.  near tne fhwiiii!  Thc other arc in  store   has   caused  ���������9*3LZ3A!L!S,W*^  The Cuiiibv'iliuul Steam Laundry  lins started operations, and is now  prepared to <lo all sorts of washing  atretsuuablu rates. Prico lists may  bo had on application.  Ottawa, Juno I���������Al hough he ban  a dofiro to withdraw from thi*  ilo Id 01 (mitiic'al n.*iivity forever.  Sir Wilfred Uuriur is said to huva  acceded to the wisb*)-i of tbe liberal  party snd will remain us tl.tir  loader und! aftor the next gooersl  I'lcciion which will {���������&*,<) pltc-; in  I'J 12.  CAMKLitLL BROS.  GROCERS AND  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS  CUMBERLAND, Q. C.  just Arrived  A Fine Assortment of Men's!  Boots, Shirts   and  Collars.  Mc.,', Tin.   \f, -is m.������''.. ���������*>������������������ 'I** r.cwr."  in Patent l.eathn\ Tan nud Wiue r.t.  .**,:)>-.  r  Ai  ir.Mcd  \V. (\. i< R.   i"..,-t  Sbirt*.  tin* W.IV down the ti'lilt.     li.'t'. 'V  Ux put on .in'! lit-vrr n;>.  $1,J������5 Qt ?.'50  Tbe *  <.peiu  ; mkwt ^TassscrrsfifaDEBa::  CAMPBELL BROS.*  ZT^"^'mT,\lm*4L*mJLiLm*e^ - ������ ������.*--r,^^V->  tfftft   NEWS,   <#M|l������#LAira,  B>il']'fHk'cOL6itBM  ���������*^��������� ������-*?^r^s-*������^-������  file Oainiiefei >rew3  ���������--���������i-d   Kverv   Tui's'iv  'ov   the  "ornox    &    Cu:i*:b������iJl.3?'id  Publishing   Qor^p^nV.  TWn pnptr will ii'>: hold itself  r,'.-p;*ujib!o feu* thu .opinions of otli-  rtr.s, n������ may appear in its columns  *Y nn time to time.  llvISDAV,     JUNK  11109.  nohos  TAKL; NOTICE th-.t uu rtpplioation  will i)(* icn-if 'o tbt? Lo;;i l..t vs AfShinkly  of Co Pi'oviuco nf lirM si, (,'n mobia r.t  it-, next .-Ufiiinn for pu Act in.Tor pond, in?  The Ompbeli Hiyer Puswr Cmnpany,  Jaunty ������..ith ull ibe powers rivo to pow-  ?r <;���������..)������p.-Diios nader thy ''Water Aot,  1909," aprt f >t tli������ purpose of O'liforipiug  lo the Cam*'boll River Power company,  I-iuiittvl, u Uempany incoip������i|������(pd under  tLie**<.;cmp.iy������j Act, 1897'' > n the 17th  ������l������y oi A|)ii:, IWJ, al) tlie riyhts, puwers  nnd p-ivllefa'ps conti+iueil in ibe Company's Memonuuiuiu of Aes ciinion,whioh  uro set out in issue-cfihel'.i ili* bOoluiiibiu  fi'assetl.v. of 2*2ii������i day of A]*1, OOutp-ges  1567 snd 1568, nnd. tdtso nil wi er li-  concs a&d privilrffje-. h������iut.> ft.-re or hereafter li cute.'i or a, plied for op obtained,  and ii I'lirtculsr, but D'.t t-ij ur :p limjt  t'ro g?ner.i]ily of tl*o for g-'ii-'g, fur tlio  flowing purposes:���������  {*) Tho c >u8iriiGtion or peiMtion of  works or tin supply ������r ut-l-wi iqn of wa.  torun-ler the "Wuter Act, KM,"  (b) To apply for nud obtniri under the  provision* of the ''Wuter ^.pt, 1909,"  or to pnrohasa or otherwise nc^uirr, wator rec ids or water lice ce-t.  to) T.i tsnp,ily water for d"TOi>stio pur-  piid ks dtfinal by thc"VV. t( i-Act, 1900"  tipi.i'B ns companies, itico'P'iut^d i.������d  iii-iDenrpor-il'-ii uiUDicipaljt.i.-i,  (i'i) To mii-infuciure ami s i| p'y gas to  i'Oiismr.erp, *v-d for such piirj.uae t������ bvild  W-iniain aad c.poruUi u)l nectary build  jug.  su.-.-b higbwa-j8, roads and aiioet*.  {c0 To oreot poles, posf������, pillars, lamps  gloAcs, aud any otber apparatus inorup-  ���������������������������v. highways, roads, htreeta or badges,  o: ayMu.t nny ��������������������������� ;:J1 erfat-iA uittic n-'uiii >;<  ������������������������.'. j ���������ining thr** t,, .  (q(j) The us^i < f wator or water-power  fur liyd.-an'ic miaiiif purposes mul for  w.l'.ia'i*, m timfoctui-iog, indu.tiifll nud  meobapicnl purcofleH, otber tlinftWip R������-'-  eatiqu of elootriojly,  (V)   To <?Ar> ti-crohoe   ncd  A-iiJn������  end j  therein to Uy pabUp, linos and wjr-s, and  to put electric pable*, Hots, wires, ewit-  chiM, ami cnti!)o������ting boards f-om ipy cable*, lift-e onql wiros.iu, yudar, nbmtt, or  fin si  fill  roade, tjghwayH, fitrootg  and  l>r;jj*jca, apd fropi tiuio to  lirae cui, alter,,  r^iry.ive,  rc|>luoo, tv-pair ������nil r-Uy   all   t-rT  any hnoli Ciil.������i.o������, lines,   wires,   switchi'i?:  and C'iu]iec;ii'(;b������s.rd"i, oroi'.iur uyparatns.  (e) To iicquire by purcliKse cr otherwise, tha right t* ubo and enjoy eloetdo  or any other power ulreudy developed by  othara at spy point or.point*.  (O To BODBtruoi, maintain, alter, "ro-.  pa-r and renew deriots for measuring  light, beiit ������n I power,  (n) To sell or lot fur use, light, heal,  power, nnd any aud nil devices aud appar  alu*". use > for measuring tbe 8imo, or o h-  evwise wed in oonpection with the c?m-  pany'iJ buniiiesB aud works.  (v) .To.fix rutes and charges for tbe  use of light, beat and pmver, and tho  carriage of goods and pas^en^erg,  (w) To require all persons snpplio-1  witb electric light to place and use only  nxxe.h Ivro^ and aj pliaaoes -b are approved by tbe CiUKpany.  (ww) To 8i.ll, nsmijn and tr&usf-r to  any rtber o^rnpnny lawfully empowered  ui tli-^t behalt is license or lineuces, uu-  diTtaki'ng and works.  Dated at Victoria, B.C, April 26:h  1009.  BARNAUU 4 ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the applicants !  E  Acted Part of Good Samaritan  and Suffered Thereby.  AIDED WOMAN IN DISTRESS,  Touched His Sympathetic Heart, but  at the Cost of His Watch, Pin and a  Wallet���������Wife Called Him Easy Mark  and Innocent Babe.  Sterling Quality���������Tea Spoons,  Dessert Sp >ons,  Tablespoons,. Forks,  Knives, Butter Knives, Sugar Shells,  etc.      Our exhibit in our show windows.     Call and get card with particulars, only limited number to be issued  Simon heise^ 8t Go. Litd  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ���������biiniry sad [.'liT-il.  TENDERS WAxNTED.  Tenders will be  received by the  | undersigned, up to  May  31st, at  6 p. ni. fur tlie grading of the hill  ! on Third St.  For plans ami speei-  i lications apply  to  F.   Horwood,  | (ilinirmim, Board of Works.  Il3 iillj WOl'lv '     The lowest  or any  tunder  not  ������_^_-        j necessarily accepted  A. JUrJw.vxoN. '  Citv Clerk.  Best Yeast  Sola nm  Dssd  Everywhere  E. W. GilicH Co., tii ,  Toronto, Onl,  m-m-^mi...,m  Grand Sport at the  ���������(ej���������*T-.���������canstruet"equip���������oper������to���������and-  n nintti a tfdejfrnplf* nfid telipliopo sys-  ti'ins and lines.  (f) To c tislruet, oper-t��������� and main-  tiin, and i-uprove liouaes, fieturien, ware-  boi}S", shops, wharves, buiUli (js, erections, wi-rku aiid eflpvwijoi.cea of ail  Li.d.;,  ((;) T������ cocfstr^ct, opeiBtt* nad maintain electric ivorltu, powa* "ni'l.s, j;enora-  tini; piunt iir.d snch other '.' nvumioi:pC6  as ni:'y be neoessary (or .joiu'riiliqg ������Joe-  trwity.  (h) I'radiK-ing power in mi*,' manner  find of nny kind,  (i) (ijijoriitug electricity for light,  linHt, po' ei*. Uio operati-n nf motorc,  nrgincuaiid mnuliinerj* of nil (;l ids, propel.ing tramwayB, ilrivitifi, I ini'inp!, lift-  iiip, crushing, swcltiufr, drill j;, milling,  or for ntiy other puipouu for v. hicbit can  bo usod, either oloim or in conneetion  wjth nny othor jmwoi*,  (j) 'J.'r:i|iH:niitiii^ i-leofrio;'y or any  f. rm of developed po*u, no tlm tho  B3iuo liiny boiiH<d by uuy t, wiiioiinility,  cnipnii?, i:or|.oiHtion orpivt* n,  (jj) Fi r r*u;lerinff water a d water-  powi-r avuiliibio for ubi, i.p lei ion nnd  (liMilibiit.ioii hy oreelii'i} diinnj, iiicroir.-iuj,'  (he. hiiudof wHfer in miyoM ti'mj bity ������f  \v<ler. t>ri>V8:.diiig tho nre t cro^f, di-  ve'injf ft: fi wtem of ony K.'-nu, pond,  or iallC into Miy other oIihiiih*! nr ohBD-  i olf, ln>juj; "r rruoiinff nny Inia of ilunm,  jmjk, or who, iioimtrnctltiji any rtotWHy,  ronevoir, i.ijiiodnct, ������pir, w **> I. biillilln/f,  or o her ^rfolimi or work ������IiUIi nwy bo  required in onnn������otioo n\tb tno im'birovQ.  mo t hii>1 nsrt ef the mid miiU'i .uul \*.An  power, or hy iltmuir, fi<"'��������� !:��������� fxtcnil-  ini:, iuproT'n], rcjiniring or iii<liituiiiinii  miy it it. ->i|nli wci'1,11, or ii'iy pu't. thereof,  (i)   Coii.jnomiiiiK nif hhi  iuhih the  l*tnie f :r .'11 pmpoiitH,  (i)   Hui'i,',   Ninkinu,   M>lijr,   (It.'ilirf,  iu������uituihii)){ innl ropmrliifi ' 'u 11io iinein,  fioenmuliitorii, uto nun bdlot-r,, uliiuirie  (iibli'H. nidiii, M'iu'i1, pi|������i.<, ���������*'.I'l'hvu ooii'  mcii iiik, hnnohcH, bliHilriu inni.i.rH, ilynn  (tie', o*i({iir.H,m eliinivN or ollio. ������ji|iunilini  <������T (lovtti *H,    CIltK,   dllllllll,    V���������|lt<l-0'i||l������"ll,  |iipo ', \i 'Ion, blliM'l)f,M und , I '.;������!* uri'tilioi li  Bud wi rlin, mid nee iiifj <nl 11 ei'K i')  rle.iiri.i lin*, (iihlo, mum wiro or utlur  cleutrio ii; pJialm i b \- oi Ui|'i������* Biiiind,  (ml    (-'nnilltlitillir, liillillUnui.i;,' mil   I'-  eriitiii.* niiijjhi "i* ddiili c ti'M'it, or nvriiil  ft'otlirr ti*niitt'i������yi������, wild ti|n wuiuMiity  ���������ft ili; t ������������������f'-i ii.nl tiininiiiH I".' 'In' pn mih,'"  of fjiiii. cn'Hiiijin ;<:i I nil I,\;tU i���������( vohii'l h  (������������������ipiiiin oi iiej i^ \\itt\ ii|oii nr  in ������ii������ti"i*-  >���������"* '    ������������������'���������',' I   ���������!���������������    ���������'.       .    '-til    I -������������������ ,  ���������MA: ���������"���������     '        '������������������!    A.    ���������,}.    '     _:     ���������    -.;���������.. .'    '  \A  i'.m t'.i. In d-ti-f  wiil.-h ir. i i ll.e lino   ol j  \e lr*mw.y iotu .dud lo br li .ill Uy th j  yaw ro injuiiy.iiiiil Uirm ,e\ ,\ 'liiin ami  i������pir  pole n d wiMi i. in.   >i e oi lh������  j-,..,,,.,   ; I,. i.,i .,.i��������� i     ���������  till to i������������i*. Immft-r ������ ul f.ifiy p-iwoii.  fim,, *!i...������l.'nidi.r .'nd i,., d," ; Al kni.ln t'"i������������MiU-.iriiici*nil'l!ii'(,ityof Cum-1 Icrh.nd. wt-intt'lid lu apply for nn:  ou iln1 tuiiiiMiiy, hy 't-,\ \t..,\A>e pow- j liei'lninl., [ inti'inl )������' ri|i|i|y fur n ii"ivwl "f ���������.In' li"to| lit'onse held liy  t> w utrA ut mil m������y In ������.������,..������*ti.. n d������.\ ,V���������MW���������| u\ *\n, |l(,t���������| ii,.t.. iW, |���������.1,| hy ' um fnr llm   Vondi-ini*   HuH'l,   Kit iT-  ������.M������|i|*l)iiiv r..o������win������.ni ������i I. f'nMr'ri y.' "u* f,jr   ,1"'   ^'^''"'y   Hnl<*l,   *>'  i| iiri'l nil iul  :i. ii.ui :���������: if.    Cliniiiri  NOTICE is hcrehv given that at  1 next meoiing of the License Coin-  j niissioticm of the City of Ciiinhei*-  ! land, I intend to apply  for  a  rc-  uewiil of wholotalo  liquor  liconso  hold hy  mc,   situiitod   on lot 1*2  block 7, (liiiiilicrlfiiid  townsite.  FlIANK   SCAVAllDA.  Dntoil 2oth day May 1U0������.  ->f#jiy<*i^^j^jitwiii������jwiiWitwwWir>fcfift������mi'*Ei rsarar.nw���������.aa-iiix**  A'OTICK is I io ro hy givon  ilnu  at tho lioxt mooting of the Liconw.*  i CoiiiinisiiioDCi's of the City of Cniii-  | horJand, I intond to npply for a'renewal ot* tho  wholesale  liquor li.  *t  eciit-e held liy me, situated   on lot  ������. ,     . c ; 12, liloek ll, Ciiiiiheiiand townaito.  Dunrmuir Ave.- V i        m  # I John   jMakocoiii.  5 I Dated 25th day of May !.!J(J!>.  ���������������A9A9999**r4r*99999999*Aa         J J  ���������mr-*wr^'-w'-mr,t-r-w-w'w--w      ���������www'-w'w-w-*r-*wm^T-m   j mm mwmmmwmt,mt ai ���������nn nm ii nn f in i iinniiimii i      I     TAKE NOTICE, that I intend  NOTICK i^ luuvihy givi-ni" tnlii'! to apply to f.ho Hoard of Licoiiko  lit the next iiitmiing of tin* j Coiiiiiiin������ioiiei's, id their next mci t  liuiipl of I.icoiu'.i Co)iMiilsi*ioi)i'i'n ing for a wholestlo liqiior licoiiM*.  I intend to npply foi a renewal I to gell liquor hy wholesale, til 1113  of hotel liquor liccufio held l������y mo | premiwcM situate on DuiiHimiii*  for the New Kngland Ilniel, #'\\ 11- ; .\veiiue, in the City of Cuuihei'-  iitotl 011 oa-'t half of lot JI, iu hlnc.k '��������� Intnl. known und deiicrilietl hr Lot  it, Cntnhi������i*laiid townsite, |ll in Block 7,  William (Ji.kawis. '   Dated thin ISth day of Mny 1(10!).  D������ile,| M,\ day of May J1M>.    I VICTOR BONO|{.\,  fc������**,*'JM*P������"***������v������w*>������������*^������������������.K*irk''i^-ir.*a-*-������i ; i������whwiuhmwihw.m'm**i*m���������ww:**Jim?twt>fcia*m**.KM*>^  NOlOO i������  heivliy given that al ',   NOTJCK i* hervhy givon that -11  the next  nioeting of the Hoimim" ! the nest silting of the  Hoard of  ('(iimiiiHsiofiers of ih'iCifv nf Cmn.; fjupnso   CoininisHioiiei's   for   tlie  * i  norland, I intend in apply for a ro- |City of Cuinhiii'laiid, I intend to  nownl of tho hotel license held hy | apply for u renewal of whole.nh>  me for the Ciwuherhind Hotel,; liijiKT license hold hy me on hluek  -itiiitod on lot 1, hlock  tl,  Cutu    2, lot 8,  Ciiuihei'liiinl towin-ite.  [Copyright, 1909, by T. C. McClura.]  It. BOWSER  has a program  for coming home from the  oflice whioh  seldom  varies,  lie leaves the olUee nt a certain minute; he rushes' for a car; ha  catches it or perishes iu tho attempt;  he secures a seat or does  likewise.  There arc times when he escapes a  row with conductor or passenger, but  lliey occur only at long intervals. Five  blocks before he reaches bis street ho  begins to crowd out on tho platform.  Sometimes  bo is  elbowed  iu   return  nnd asUed if there aro bristles on his  back,   and  sometimes  people  simply  swear at him under their breath,   He  demands that thc car ho'brought to a  full stop.   When he lias descended he  |j   remembers that he has left his evening  J;;    paper ou the seat and pushes his way  back to get it.   lie is dually free, but,  as a rule, has something to say to tho  conductor and is answered back in Ian-  gunge appropriate to the occasion.  The other night, when the usual hour  arrived and there was no Bcwser, Mrs,  Bowser began to wonder, .Veil minutes later she was anxious. When  twenty minutes had passed she  thought of 'mangled remains lying iu  the middle of the street. Just half an  hour had been ticked off by. the clock  when ho unlocked the front door to  hear her exclaim:  "So you ure hero at last! I was nev-  er so worried in my life!"  "Yes; I am a lirtlo lale," ho answered  as he hung- up his overcoat.  "A little lale! Good gracious, what's  happened?" '���������  ��������� :  cm*"   reus-!    -^s ^u'-  ^������^'ser turned to her she  ,.      .      ,    T1      .,-,���������,.'!       .    ; saw that he had a Cut lip, a bloody car  hairs he had on his head were lying  Hi-omul in a most bewildering fashion.  It was evident tbat the Giituu,clam on  the Panama canal hnd given way nt  last.  "I don't en re about any dinner," h<v  snid as he made for the sitting room.  FOR SALE,���������Summer eottaoo.  beautifully situated on the bench,  between Carters and Roy?. Will  be sold ut a bargain. Apply at  the. News office.  FOR SALE���������S.!������*..iid  JiamJ express waggon. Apply at this oflice  Kerton Rims, wiil draw you  plans, estimate on, and civet  buildings of any description, in  first class manner, at iiunlenite  prices. Address post ollici, Cumberland,  C.  -<���������>-  FORSALU-One  5  year oh  {jentu'iil purpose luu'se, al.-o <>ne "1  year old heavy Clyde bore. Ap*  at. ibis office.  FOR SALK���������A bunjn in fir.-t  class condition, has p.tiiit srrcv.v  to kt-op g'u'ingii from .���������lip|iii-g, A  snap���������wiil dell fnr ftlooaBh. Apply  ut Nkws Ollice.  FOR SALK-KJO  acres,  near  "I SAW A WOMAN HTASmiNH IX A  1J0011-  j WAY,"  ; "You may got tho camphor nnd witch  1 Jmsiol nud somo nigs and tix mo up.  Mnybo I'll havo nn nppetlle later on."  "But what hns happened to you?"  Comox, running water, bent  bind,  pho insisted. '  Limber ou Iniul not yet wld, Apply *   "J,Ast ,a m,l������ ,'"!Mw,t ,mr(1,'v worth  ',..,,              J        ��������� >l '    monllonlug.   No uso to talk so loud  at this ollice. nnd got tho cook all excited."   ^_____ |    .Sho brought out tlic medicine ihcst  FOR SALK���������(ioo.1 bi.at,  suit-  n,"(1 fot out,?*1,"t wn8 w!",f"1-n,ld ,,H  , , , , ,       , Hlm begun  blndfti-r up tlio hurts ������!ie  illile lor lulling in  the Couruuun  guid;  "Now (oil mo nil nbout It. Wore you  drugged by 11 utrcct enr?"  "Of eoiirno not. I wna comliiR homo  fill right when I remembered that 1  had no elgnrii In tlio Iiouhc. I got oft  to uot uoine,"  "And (ho car suddenly Rtnrted?"  "I told yoti Uio car luul nothing In do  ���������wllli it. It may hnvo midilcnly stnrted,  or It may hnvo hung nroinid thero for  half 1111 Jn'iir. Am 1 g<dng to hnvo n  black eyo?"  Ween't Kicked by o Hprse,  "Yon, and n bad one.  You'll hnve to  river, l'rieo !jr>ir>,()0. Apply hi thi?  ollice,  WANTKD���������Vming man with  'Kinii'lli Class Kugineei'H Certificnte  Hoekfi emjiloyiiiotil. Apply ut. lliiV  11 lliee.  f������t lady, and I'd havo boon a loafer S  not to have listened to her. Just such }?  aa event is Habie to happen to you ���������>���������  any evening." ;"  "But she could have appealed to thoI*  police."  "There were uo police around. They  had all gone off to funerals or something else."  "Well, go on."  "She lived three blocks away, and  she asked me to escort her home. She  was trembling all over, aud 1 never  pilled a woman moro. She said the  man was a divorced husband aud be  had actually threatened her life. What  could 1 do but escort her LouieV"  "You could have come along about  your business and let some one clso  ���������*  play the gay Lothario."  "There you are! That's you to a  dot! Mrs. Bowser,' I hope that the  nest time you go to church in the  evening a big loafer will try to carry  you oil' In his arms. You are so hard  hearted that yon hnve no mercy on  your own sex. Why, if I hadn't offered my escort I should have beeu  put down as a coward and a cur."  "Very well. Yen butted In, nnd what  happened?"  "I walked along beside ber to her  home. She was so weak and trembly  that I had to sustain her all the way.  I didn't kuow bnt I'd have to call- an  ambulance."  "Woll, you got her homo?"  "Yes. And then 1 went in to light *  the gas for her and to see if the fellow was lurking around. lie might  be waiting thero to cue her throat, you  know. Sho didn't come in, but sat on  the step all the while."  "Go on."  "Wei!, the fellow was there. Tho  hall was dark, and I had only got in  when he jumped on me and -Inflicted  these hurts before 1 was aware of his  presence. I rallied after a minute,  and I think lie Is in a hospital by this  time."  "And the perfect lady out ou tho  stops���������she didn't mix in?" asked Sirs,  Bowser.  "I thlnlc she screamed."  "But you arc not sure?"  "X-o-o-o."  "And she had gone when you Anally  got out of the hnli?'  "V-e-s."  _Jiaawi!irLflJL_SlialLLs^^  chicken and make you some broth?"  "Chicken? What in thunder do I  want of chicken broth?" p!  "Oli, if you don't want it to steady  your nerves for the shock to como, all  right!",     ..  "Woman, don't let 'yonr jenlousy  mako you talk like an idiot. 1 saved  that lady's life. There's no doubt of if.  I get: hurt a little in doing- it, but what  mnn would not have run tho risk? I  shall not bo in iho least ashamed of  iny black eye. I think, however, I'll go  over to tho drug store and get something stronger than witch hazel. What  aro you grinning nbout?"  "Nothing, I happened to have a funny thought."  Robbed tho Good Samaritan.  "Humph! You'd belter have a few  thoughts in favor of your own sex.  Well, I'll go over to the store. Tho  cook can eloar off the tnble, I'll be back  In ten minutes, but I shan't wnnt any  dinner."  lie was brick In fnr less. Ilo had ,1ust  taken his overcoat olT tbo hook whon  he uttered n shout thnt fetched Mrs,  Bowser and tho ent on a run.  "Whnt Is It!   Wlmt's tbo mutter?"  "My wali'h Is gone!"  "It can't; be!"  "And my pint"  "You don't sny!"  "And my wallet!"  "flood heavens!"  "Yen, oven my 1<c.vb!" shouted Mr.  j Bowser as ho continued to sen roll his  1 poel'Pts.  Mm, Bowser ciuight hlm ns ho went  limp nnd lid hlm bneU to tho toungo  nnd hilil lilm down ntul fanned lilm.  "How���������how did 1 lose them?" ho  finally nsliod in tlio voleo of n mnn  that had li^n al<*k fur three months,  "Oli, that's cosy to explain. Thoy  wero tnken by the perfect ludy nnd  her divorced liiiHbnnd, You wero tho  rany mark they wero Inylng for, you  know, Poor, Innocent bubo! 1 nlwnyn  wild you worti too good for this world,"  M. QUAD,  ClMi!    .11 1.  5���������!,, I  III,  luted ois!., ������i.iy "i Al'iy i.M.i,  nol iitiio I'/vi until,  Diana I'i km*.  I luted ,'JUt day of Miy limy,        \ ������>,.������.���������.,- .������������������.,.���������,���������...������,.,   L_ I     NOTICE is Imrnby given tlmt at  N'OTICF. ik hereby given that ut j the next meeting  of the   Lioonno  lull- |ir\|   iln"i'iij|g    ���������')    lin'    I, t"i"ii.-.|i, ������  I'liilliK-Minici n ui Ini- ���������..',!, ni  v i,:i,  l������RIJTTV STRONG SARCASM  .,,. . ��������� 1 ������������������..,   .,1,.,  .,   in,,,   ,.,,..,     i..i. 11   iiimu   in  \\ hen so   many lumber brills wear a green patch over it for nt leant  were elmneiiig (pinners lvceuiv, 1two WP('1<H' V(lU i]'dn't get kicked by a  r   ., ,.   ,       , ,"     horse, did you?"  one   ul   I lie   uuluriunaio*   \yl;u     .,,lw my  ,0��������� ,q|k  MpSi ���������0W((Pr!  could not ru'iiu the iit.-cc.s:i,iry cir  en I ,t!tiir  iiw>i-1',MH    t-i     IVi'l.iM-      ll-,,  1 '*    tVe  the  What would I bo doing wllli my eye  flgnlnst n horMii'H hmd?"  ' movers     out 111  bunt  ui  JlH.il     t-'>    I'll    llllll     kill    llll!    iMiulll     II,  TIM" <"W tno',-.- ri If :i I v,",V*r V.;id here;  on to ft."  . ,   "Well," ho Hntd nftor gottrnu up to  building 1111 mi.s h.it and coat and  look ut thu far in ihe mirror mul Kit-  nursing a grouch.    He wns boss- jlln? rt������w������ iiKnln, "I Imd got iho ciipim  ,      . ,'    .,     ,. ,       j nnd whirled to walk thu rest of ihe  lll^    lilt-     _|'"J   "1    I'l.lttm,.,   UllC       Ulitj  with office furniture,   five  other  drays with unlets, and six  more  With r'Ulfelbitiiiti'i*.  fump'tt"!'''! *l'i '���������'' "Oi ui n-t 1,, ui ni lie-  valojHn! p'l'ver. '������.irth������r tin* , ��������� ,*\\ nt \tt  to-, nt It tuwivt If i.  (pi     T'OtfMl'.t, ll'IHA*JHM m il ri'pujf pitii*  wlrm nDJ li  01,   t'ftln   p'l.    f..M'*i.������  r, ii I n .������ ���������i"rtr������iiity, ��������� r nuy >t c    |m*.ut  ��������� r i-"liy!l 110 Ol lt.'i������*fr i|.n 1 ������������������ >.    ,; ��������� , 11 on  tinny, neto*.* 01 nbovo ������������������������>* ���������      ������ htnip  Ji'i; *> 11;", rim-t", ulrm'tH,  >       > ,������in|.ir  ,    M'������<rfiny nth-1 pirfi i<" t  m  b .l.������s.n*. rv-l* M'.vl 1. ���������  ttitv.*^ ������VI������������������"*��������������� **>*���������*< ������������������>'  J ������11 ��������� I    !'AC||silf,  KlcAIU(l)   C'������h.  iiii.*d :t|.t.������lHy of May I'.MM.  I'(W'M)    V-II  ������vi������!i h tiAit  t  rA,-,i ���������,    , '., .1   ..t .U'fi^'.i.,,'    *y,  I u,li fdi ������������������ fr.'itm-il. tf imi 11 uiii'������l ivi'hiii !���������������  -^ ��������� r ���������*,  I   in   it ;  hIdiI on lot 5,  liloelt   !i,  Cuinbei  in.nl   luivii d'tV,  Wll.SMN A-   HrAMIIVKO.  U.it..ij;JlM. ilny of May l'.iuO.  mm*i^mmm*m**m*mmm0mmmrmmmmmmiamm*mm^mm-t*Tr.  M?    \'"V    WAN'T    GOOD!  !'Ki\Ti*:r;   on    To   Tfft������'  NKWS. l*lRST-Cf.A.S\V<'k'  le-  "iu;  ii.ijiii.'t'  ,ate.  ' 11-'  l-j.'v,  lo !    Are you moving ?''  iftilj Inline v nen 1 i-nvi 11 ninii.111 Miniii).  Ihr In n doorwny. 1 could tell by hor  elllliido that hIio was wared."  "Out you camo right along nboul  your bUDlneuMV"  "So,   inn'nin;  I  didn't.    1   slopped  right then nnd l hern about my liusl*  net-*,-,  ner !itUoi<!<> (ippftdit to me.   I  j saw that Hhe xvtxtt In trouble, I walked  1 mi  In   her nnd  nA;cd   her  wlmt   Iln'  m������ ! "   1 .'*.iii-   tin-   ipiii 1; ' tiintirr xen*.,"  inst taUim. tne   fur-!   /'A'"*,"'������������������������* "l������������ l������wt Mn tarn  (wired Mm. ItfiWfer.  the ,i!o:<  'm  liiiiuiim:  ni ui������' "tit f"t*a little vide ! "  ������t on-**-!  hw, will I..*  .'mi   Ap !,, II-im.h        I'N'IoN |1A\   :.n'  !,: I  T!:*'   !*-*  '.,  ��������� 1  ninu'in'i  li. ,i- 1  ���������a  c.  ���������-I  io'  \n J;  ���������ri-1 in  [he  111  i-l>. -1*,, fti������^ V,rt-e������k.  "There wna no imrsttnc Htmut It  Who wns nlrenrty Tying, ftlie told mc  that hlm boil liiin followed and Iruolt  *-���������    fire   fXl bf n fn-nnttdret "  *.\..\t\r\   "OU, later  r      \    "Tf  yon  noc,  tti^n  yon  ntnrt  rljrW  . mhfc.a. I WOQ't h*v������ !t Sho wim a yet  Point of Dlfforenca.  "Yes," Nnld tlio brlihi of three Bliort  mouths, "I imd made up my iniiid to  remain In tbo spinster elans; then John  appeared upon tho mono, mid I accepted hlm becuu.>L- ho was uo uitllko  oilier men."  "Oli, of eoui'Mo he's different!" rejoined tho onvloiiM ludy friend. "Ho  p-'upi'.-">il,"~C'hi'.'iigo New*,  Ho Ciualit th������ Train All Ri-jhtl  t   W\ M.(*\m*i  Mor# Money In It.  ������������������1 wn������ just remlltig ,if n man wh������  has n hen tlmt enn nlux. AnnMier iiinu  bft* 11 loti w bii h uliimji������. nml Imiiut's  vartoun bird 1."  "1 don't euro for the** ���������.m,i������*lll������  h<*n������, A lieu utifiuld ulUU to th>< l.-uli  *M ** ������fp."~KtiMM t Uf .loaroiU. ���,^4-r_
b.^&t^.jri     h&^8&&fl   thirt- fop tho tandor skins of
ehiitls-en, yat powerful enough
to heal an adult's ohronlo sore;
highly antiseptic; oases pain
and smarting soon as applied���
that is Zam-Euk, Remember
it Is purely herbal���no mineral
poisons, no animal fats. Power
and purity oomblned I
All ttivgelsts aad start* stil at SOc. a box.
Any person or persons, cutting,
removing or taking any blocks,
timber or wood, of nny detcriptiodn
belonging to tho "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land
uf the said Company', will hit prosecuted to the full extent of tbo law.
V.   D. Little.
���Wellington Colliery Co,y,
TAKE NOTICE 'that Nimpki-h Lake
Log-d-ig Company, Limited, iivoiids t��
npply for jern-isf-i'in ti I0113.1 ire folluw-
jrifct d sciib d fnr shore lands:-Cnmr.jen-
cinsr 111 a p si pl-i t*nl S--uth 45'degree
15 niiout's. Eifi, 200 fe��t f om ;lie .*ou*h
Kist c.rnei' of In lun He-, erve adjoiuin.-
thfv North BoLinlnrv of Ri>e io- 2, T ��� wi*
slip 1, Rupert District, Vanoouv. r Istuul,
thence �� How ng higli w.A.r mark South
G9-'.!J Lviat, Oils) miu t s: N.-rtu 87 ^03 c ?
I'IJ mi:nlos I'U-t, l.'ill.o ii.i'.utt?s: Sunt'.. 7-j
di'gi' cs <i0 11, intr* liH.-t, luo u.imOe :
K";th2". cleg it- , 15 minutes K -A l-.Y.
���ai-nins-: No:t'*i Ti) ii<r e-- We '. 1 ,:;>-i.;
minutes: Soutli 41 decrees 45 nin.ulcs
We-it. 7i'U nimi'cs mi>ro or i.si to the
place ot lotiivi-iii^', C6iitn niug *.:> rcrce
ii:oiC,.u* less. Locatud Maroh 27th, ii'OD.
Ni.uriusn LakdLohoini; Co., Ltd.
Per A. II. b't'RACIiY, Agent,
of Vic,cuu vur, IL C, L-igger.
���V.��!iu)i-ycr, A.-t.I lo h, V.)tld.^__	
I AND, ACT   UUi'lillC   UL.TUI<JT,
The drink oi strong men and healthy women.
ill Hi
il off e& est
Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian
BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.
***** 8 m ���*** t^*'
Incubators, Etc, Etc.
'Bvm.j Tool
xm. tne
"i '!-!"-,H*-!,,M*"*J��*J-j��
38s   and
Walworth-Rolston. Co.Ltd*
lH.  S. R0LST0N,,  Managing Director.
Vancouver,  Ba  C.
See E. G. Emde, A gen *, C u co b e_Matl<J. JS.^_���.
takk NOTI...B th.t nj.piu Lijol | Cuinkriand Livery ?
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l.'-S -.lew b-.l for-t'.h no lamU:   CVin'.nt*"e-: ,L ��� ,*,
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iiiiJ.it 1 jiiist  fi! "iitoil at  tho Noi* ii W e.s j v <���������
o rnor of  i<v. iUI. situated   iu   <"'r .wn', ��        irvjvi      hnvnrKi      ^
UP,;! 20 l-5.-p.-t  Pw .'ict.   V-vie uv-r !s  ! .|.       JOHN      BRYDfcN      .;.
Proprietor ��� ��
JiUl-l.   t.li.-I.O      ill   ,lS,-ll'!!0   IV    II.d    U*   i'r)V    !   '{'
iiiroction' tihny.  liiirli  wi'er ma-lt  to   11   a
.*,: *i��rrwn,�� m'*-^
V'ii.l I0O I'i'tt )V.m,  of  liii'  South West   *:*
0 ni i* i-f siild Li t :!���' 1, ��� I (" c���* in 'i r-liii:t;l t   ,��,
linn to tin-' pun.! of comniccwii cut,  un'!'��J* FIRST  :   CLASS *i*
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Riding on locomotives and   rail
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0oin]>rii'iy by an)', poraon   ,>r   per-
iiiiis���jxcejil. lain erev,-���i,;. strictly
urobr--iied..   lCm])Joyees   --.re  sub-
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Leaves Po>m.x. Smidiiy 4  1 m
Lcives Un1-!.. Suiidiiy i'i pm
Arrives N"i,iiiiiiio,v'liiiduy li pm
AirivftS ViU-omiVoi-Monday 7 a m
Binge l(!*vag Union for Cuiiiboilnn 1 ev-
i>iy Si.nday rnoruiigon arrival of "COW-
ICHAN-," und luiives (lumuorlnnd Hotel
4 1 i> in, conneoliufj with steaiaor at
Climatic Variations Do Not Af^ct
Internal Conditions.
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& CarefnIJv Attended to.     tt}
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Every Monday and   Friday   I
will be in town   lo deliver Fresh
j liulter and nli kinds "IVegetable*
fake Notiuo that- Kramer  Uivei'iiind nUo ~0 tmis id. jio'iilous;  v.ill
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Riiivi'ii,   Ou 1* trees do not
ii.-ivo tn Im l'iiiiii;ja(Cil
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lliociiiitir.oijt not i,,f��^:i.*J i>. i.h
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M.   J.    HENRY
Oreoihounee,  6ced Housi�� and Poot
Ufflce Ad(?ro 0,
Ui'iOich Kuruoiy, South VuncoUVHi*.
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A'l local items ot' tt  business
r,uiiihtM' Co., Jji'niil'cd of Kniser
Mi!]-, n, c.( O.-cupiiiiun Sawmill
and Lumber Couipriiiy, intonds to
apply for poi'ini.si-ion tu lease tho
fuliiiwii.n* described land, ���
CoiuinoiK'iin^ at a po.-t planted
abiHit 750 I'eot distiinl and in n
Houthoasterly dirci'tiun from th'*
southeast oorner of Lot, 82, Coniox
DUlrid, theuce 1500 foot Soutli
4H di'sri'cefi, 1-1. miniilos Kust-,
tliijiioi! 500 feet N'ot'lh. *i0 dojfreeH
1.0 iiiiuuliM Ivisf, t!iei.:'o loOOfoot
A'i'ii'tli, 40 dt'jrt'i'Ofi, ���it- miiiiilos
\Ye.st, thenco South 40 ilojjruos 10
iniuilli** WcA, to point ol' euin-
inemiiiii'iit uud cniiliuning 17.;] n
crort moro or loss,
Dated 20th  February    l!l,)'.!.
KUASKU KlVKK I.lJMllKli  Co. I.'l'H,
sail cheap.
Cinu Yeijk,
Creditors of the late Ivlizabdli
Qwyer. fonucily of the New ling
laud UoleljCumbcclan I, are noti
ficd to forward their claims
against the estate to the undersigned on ot* before Iho ist day
of.I ti ue, duly verified with par
ticulars of any .sic.irilie.s held by
I' li cm. and arc hereby uotilied
that after tbo said dnte, the under
signed will proceed to dbtribuU-t
tiie estate, having regard only lo
such ciiiiins as sdudl then have
been Iiiouj^ht to her notice.
Vancouver. April 29U1 1909,
Maugakkt Tavi.ou
Hy U<*r solicitors
Messrs McNeil ik Hire'
It U 98.G Degrees W'h��n Talon Under
tho Tongue VVhethtr One Lives lit
the Arctic Regions or In the' fropics,
Some Record Fever Temperatures.
Tbe normal temperature of a human
bolng Is generally given aa OS.O de-
���jroes, bnt the otatenicnt uinst lie .sllght-
Ij* nualifled. It Is the normal temperature wlien taken by plaeln*? tlie ther-
inouieter under tbo tongue or In the
armpit or the groin.
The surface temperature of the head,
hands or abdomen varies from 90 degrees to 93 degrees or even lower. Thut
of the Internal regions ulay go up to
102.2 degrees, that being tbe average
heat of the blood circulating in the
liver nud some other organs.
But l)8.tl degrees ia called the normal
temperature of a hunum being, and it
doesn't matter whether be tiv.w in the
desert of Sahara or in Grcuni-oul, according to a writer iu Uie Tcehniisil
World. Aw.ilte or asleep, nt work or '
Just loafing, a man's temperature remains practically at this level.
When it varies more than t.Ve fraction'.'
of a degree It Is because t!if�� hem is..*
elating mechanism Is di.-:i:'rr.utr^j ',:y
disease or by abnormal '-mij.-.i.:;. ���.!
some sort.   Excessively iiicb i.ii'Uvj.v;,,
of hent may be borne for st-veral ralu-
utea by un liidlviilual willKmt i-At-ftrg
his temperature move th'.n n  i'Mi.-ii',,:
of a degree.   Persons i.-bo i--^.; t'lim-*^
are  styled  human   snhua/.cdeM   hire
given exhibitions' of   their ability ter
stand high temperatures.
There ia an author.;:..* citse reeord-id
of Msu-tluess, tho so called ���I*'r(��n'ch ?a!:i-
mander. a baker by tt*H;le, who exposed
himseJf to high temperutiu'oa from boyhood. He rotnniued in an oven erected
in tbe 'i'ivoli g-.iruens for fourteeu minutes when the temperature in it was
was seventy-six n.'minute' and had
rouchod ISO when lie 1 nine out. Ho
often liiipllc.-iti'il this perfonnonco.
Chanu-iinl, u ceJelirntcd r.usslan sal-
jnnander. who called hiinsclf "the In���
ceiiibuPllbJe," used to gn into nn oven:
and stay "while a leg of mutton was
roasted there, noi eoiuing ont utstll tha
meat was well done. He ovcutunlly
lost I1I3 life in one of these performances.   '
Fever ls n rise of temperntiire nhovo
the normal level. This rise ls seldom,
beyond 100 degrees. Mental nnd nervous Influences mny ho act for a time ns
tn disorder the control of the llin*-
motaslu nerve center and cause fever.
It Is InterestInp to noto some of tlio
hljjli temperntnres which nro on medical record as Inning Hetunlly wem'red
In certain diseases. Gnj-'s bo^pUn! In
London records the enso of n hyi;:*:!*-
lcnl woman aWMed with lutici-oulosla '
of ono lung who showed lilO degrpes.
At 11 meeting of the Asuoclnlloii nt-
American rhyslclans lu 1JW5 Dr. ,l��-
eolii nf New i'lirk repnrled u patient
lu whom fever reached the alnioi'i tu-
credible figure of US degrtvs F. TliLi
huso occurred In a hysterical llr-ninn
who had suffered n severe liijin-y from
a fall,
In the discussion which followed thu
report of this ense iimim**,- the inowberw
nf Ihe uHsiieintlon Dr, W-vlcli of Unlll-
more referred to a condition of liypai'..
tlierniy tbnt luul come to his Inioivl-
eilgo In which the temperature wu��
recorded im 171 dogroos V. Of courno
Hiieli ejceedlngly high teniperiiturn*
nru of only short durnIlun or dontli
would eiiflu*.
Fever Is not the only dlHtarhauco
which amy niter teiopcratnre.  *"crtiilti
,., ....      ,       ,, ,,. ' ! ci-ndltldiis, (wpitinlly those <'.ue to din-
liikn Police tlm!   l-nisni*   Uivoi   fir'j Crii'.vil'.e^',1, '���' jncuir,���������. D.V.' <*t'm like tuberi.uli.��U, ;uuie aluohol.
I.iliilhnr  Co.   Limited   nl    I'l'iii-i*:'! ' tun, n.eliuichnlln, ���.���oiivnleneeiico from
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"""   ' '    " I _ ; and no forth, may coti.ie Hi* lieilliy
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$iv*j **A tl"-' be"*1 the'xsws; euBiimR^AMb, biutish* cqiIumbia:  {j-SBjl Of! ;yj ������������������������> -r;  ij'i- *i-^ tS'Vi  BOVRIL every morning  throughout the Spring.  It invigorates the whole  system, forti-  il o s you  against the  changeable  weather and  helps you to  do the work of  the day. BOVRIL is  easily made���������a cup, hot  water and a spoonful of  BOVRIL, are all you  need.  Do not ca.pt wbitltiiti'.  '-,,:���������(, ^ I**** <?<m-*m*'i>$4>e/w-m'l-\  ��������� y-.'  Lii^ij-ij^ikiiiii JpeaJ, With  *"w**i*4>4>4>9  "I  ������������  \V. R. Duncan, who had  pharge of the construction oi  Campbell llros., new stoie, left  for his homo at Maple liay, in  Cowichan Valley, by s. s. City  pi Nauaiuip pn Sunday inoruing  AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE  at aii hours, with a careful driv  er.    E. C. Emde, Cumberland.  FOR SALE���������Two houses, situate in Jerusalem. Will be sold  pheap, Enquire, P. P. Harrison  barrister-at-iavy.   ������������������  Lever Brothers, Toronto,<-*rill sejid you  free a cake of their famous Pi'antoi  toilet  sor.p, it' you mention this paper.  FOR rfALE���������A thoroughbred  jJorsy bull, one year old. Apply to  I).   Roy.  HALF THE TC1L  of household work Is taken  away wljeq Sunlight Soap is  brought Into the home.  For thoroughly cleansing  floors, metal-work, walls  and woodwork, Sunlight  is the most economical both  In time and money.   .      .<,,  C$mox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meatsahd Farm produce  411 Orders Promptly Delivere4.  X R. Webiter, Manager. <\  No   man helps himself hi slurping another in   business at least.  JjJjjii3_g.QadJm&ine8s.. -It tends to  raise in tho mind of a customer a  question about the man who does  it.  Messrs Aitken and Slaughter of  the City Meut Market havo dissolved partnership. ]y[r, i\itlten  l'������?ing sold out his interest to, Mr.  (Slaughter, who will carry pn tjie  business at the old stand as usual.  All kinds j.jf (Ves-dl meats in reason  will bc-kopt in stock Tha now ������fl!*n  ageinent solicit a contiuu^uca of  your patronage as in the past.  *-���������m*���������  Dr. D. E Ken*, dentist, will be  in Ciunboihmd,  front Jimp  iOth  |uitil oud of month.   . >, -  A1ICULDKR BRIDGE  (Jno of tho most remarkable  freaks of wind and erosion known  jn tho \vont is to bu found in one  of tin* Hiiinllor nida ciuiyons of tho  Colorado rivor in Arizona, in a  narrow gorge carved through centuries of How of wntor and \yinfl  driven s.hiuJ down the little valley,  there liebalmgo' boulder as big  a* LhoHveivge liou-fe moving* van  pcoin ��������� u a city street- It in held up  volnly by I't iot ion on tlm hides of  Iho gor^f C\:\-> oniii*^ fun' irum nuy  solid connection with thu sides of  tho Fund-none wall*1. From tin*  Randy bc*d of the little goryo |n  Ihe |of,l: iii fully 75 tuv\. 1 milium  who oiu'i! roiiiiK-d nvtif t|in Urmitl  ii.myoi: cuiiiiiry him*, of coum>  |< -ft.'h tn K ciuiii I'.,' the lo"niiiii  1,: Uni Ih.i rmind ro'jk, but i>������ 11  iinittiT uf bid it h |ji;li(!\*ui.l to  have fi Hud oif ihe s-Iojih of the  rocky uud prccipil'iu,- ninuiluin n~  huiil live lnilui dibtaut from the  f'tnyon nnd to havo been picked up  in the jmtli of nt*\\w eloudhnrst  Vi.li*> H|.u ami niiiPit to H������ pre.n'iii  r>*i������tuij2 piaeo. llie stums ining*  only by a hiiihII projoctimt on t������������eli  (i'li.1, bin It is si filid tint it form*1  A (:uin-i;iiii*iit fiiutbn-Ij/e iK'i'iihs llm  gurgo dCtti wiiicii ll.e jM-dt*lriMii  (imy lake hi* way.  wnarf Notes.  S, S. Makura���������Austrlaian liner���������coaled and sailed fpr Vaucou  ver, Sunday last,  Hulk, Robert Kerr, loaded .cargo and sailed for Vancouver in  row of ttjg Nsnooae ou Sunday  last.  Ste^njer Opliir arrived Sunday  with consignment of feed fpr W.  C. Co.  Mr. Iva'ham and wife. Robt.  Abrrms, Miss Abrams and Miss  Glouer were passengers by the  s. s. Makura for Vancouver ou  Sunday last en route to the ex  position at Seattle.  Mrs, Ed Glarke has returned  home after speiicHng 3 vacation  with her parents at Saanich.  Now that the warm weather  Iras-sHtlrd^n���������earaestr"pienrie-  parties are rushing jp, the Saud  Spit to enjoy the briny breeze on  that favorable spot.  The local nine have secured  two new players and expects to  give a good account of themselves with their gaiitp with  their game with the "Stars"  scheduled next Sunday, at Cumberland,  DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER  SHIP.  Messrs Aitken & Slaughter,  having dissolved partnership on  May 3 ist 1909, all outstanding  accounts against the  old  firm,  and all accounts, payable, must  be presented to Alfred G. Slaugh  ter, City Meat Market, Cumberland, B. 0.  Alfbed G, Slaughter.  Remember always that publicity  is a force whioh rightly used and  directed, is of inestimable value,  and it can neither be evaded nor  avoided, neither faked nor fixed.  Remember this ia the age of publicity, whose light beats upon the  throne of an Emperor as clearly  and boldly as it does upon the  hearth of the humblest peasant.���������  BOYS' AMBULANCJS CLASS  For some months past a boys"  class has been conducted for the  purpose of giving instruction in  first aid work cf the St. John  Ambulance Association, At the  examination recently held, the  following marks were obtained:  Niityu   Writ ton   j*i*uc4ipttl   Ayo *,$,������������������  W. Mcl''.yilon  73  75  71  0'iivor \Vnll  et  80  Ti  J. Mm* celii  St  815  K  1), XoIJiat  71  op.  01  W. Uicjwrdtf,  CO  7,1  cr.s  I). Acton  m  70  GG.5  W.McLoniin  W  CO  PU  VV. Nullist  tn  00  50  Siiinio M������lliul(  ) 60  V.  62 $  ...f~,i 1  ���������    ��������� ���������. ������y  Mr. W. Wall for highest general  standing, was won by Willie Mo  K'lyden.  The hiue ball match played at  Comox on Sunday last, between  ���������'StiiiH''of Cumberland, and the  Coinox nine, wn.s won by the Cumberland boy������ by a wore of (1 io 2.  Ml*.  IW-tt,   nf H.'-;l���������r Si l���������������r.  fii.t, loll hy HMiiday'n Imai for Nt-w  Wuttiiuii'tur.  Ottawa, June :,\~-W. I<( Mac  1 Keiwic King, M, 1*. for Ni'i'.h  * W.Uerloo, "'a*, hvvorti iu Ihiu after-  'noun by Karl Grey m Cunada'*  illrst MiniHler of I,nbi)i*. Writn for  ; ih������ bye-cleclion will be JKHtied  i without delay. It in not known  ;whether tho Con.iervutives will  ! "ting opposition agniitiit the  new  li������iliiv ,i I .      ,H;lili       ������,.in<l.l.<w      ������i <n-  1 ti j.uiceiiU'i f) .1 wMpn 6t'u^noii,  iCuiKervative, for many yiarn, itnd  j\vn������ only redeemed by Mr.  King  ;i:i������t fall.  Mts. Manacoand   Mida Gibeon  were p;i������������ieiigoi'������   by   Thnrsilny's  Olll^oillg rtClllltfl .  You cannot get eaneer  At the Seattle Exposition there  is a great display of bunting, but  only the Scars and Stripes, or some  variation of it, or flags that have  uo official character whatever are  used in the general scheme of de  coiations. We do "not say thisit.  n0tTigliV, blitTriTrgg^sTliarperr  haps if we followed onr r.eighborV  example in this regard we would  not make a mist^e.���������Colonist;  WWW1.!!,1���������  by eatr  ing iish, meat, yegeja^lea pr any  thing else nor by dHnJfii'g wa,e)'*  liquor, or any liquid whatever, according to tho experts on cancer  pf the medical faculty of Columbia  university. Thete eminent specialists say that cancer js neither  contagious nor infections. Oue of  them expressed yesterday tp a re*  porter "you could breathe cancer,  wallow iu canper, handle cancer  with cut hands and not be in the  1 nst danger of contracting tho disease, siuipiy becan e cancer is not  a germ diet-are." When the  investigation that is being conducted by the Buffalo state cancer  laboratory   to   ascertain   whether  *r  iish communicated.cancer geyuis to  man, when used as food was called  to their attention, the experts  smiled. They repeated that the  word "germ" with a decisive ri  sino* inflection and then went into  an elaborate explanation of why  canoer is not a germ  disease.  Airs, and Miss Bradbury, Mr,  T. Bickle .tnd Mr. Duncan were  pa.-sengers by Saturday's outgoing  mnttammamiJmn^j^  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. \  CUMPERLA.ND.  B. C, Z  Cai'itaj.. $4,000,000                      .-'      Aeskts,   853,000,000 "?  Reserve, S5,3C0,000                               Deposti.-, $58,000,000 2  ,1  ,                  nm  11  ' r    iniji    .                                                                                                        ' 7  ���������'-������������������:..       : Money Ordera������'==: S  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Francs, Marks, Jtublos ^  ��������� _ Lires, Kronen, etc. 1 . ������  I      Payable All  Over   the;  World. I  ��������� Savings Recounts Open With One Dollar Upwards. 5  I           ' A.B. NETHERBY,   n^I*7m. %  i***>**e*e4>ee9w*w**$+ww      ���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������V  ��������� ���������; y.������^ii������.ai?'  II   .      1 Mil  ���������.mm ��������� pmmi.  Ottawa, Juno 1���������An order in  council had been passed making the  hours of work for all civil servantu  irom 9 a m. to 5 p m. This add?  about two hours a day to nearly all  ihe men The civil t-erviee is .wild,  as it has been calculated that the  recent flat increaVe given all round  works out about 25c an hour f������>r the  time thus added to thn day's w->rk.  . ,  I.I.-.U.-I. .  Notice is hereby Riven that Thirty  Dnys after dato I intend to apply to  ho Honourable Chief Commissioner  ot Liuds and Works tor a Liconne to  prospect for coal nud jietn lenni under the following described lauds situate  in Siyward Dis-tiel-, B, C , cotnmeucng at  a post on the batik of tho Cuni-ibell River  opposite thc S. E. pnst of lo*. id. Theuce  due North 30 cmins moyo or hfiB to the  N, K, eorner poat of said lot liil; Ttithvu  due went *JJ0.70 chaius more or Ims to the  N \V. corner of siii lot 104. Thcnoi'  south 80 chuinn. 'Ihi'nee due eaat GO 70  chains more or less to placo ot cominenue-  tlltJDt,  Dated thin ?ch day of Mai cli 190!).  K   PRIEST.  ���������wm '���������nmn.i....������..|ii  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAXLOB  -*milj"l  tll-^Jm^  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS (TlflOB TO   OROEJ^ aWP  IN. ANY STYliE YOU UilSH.  FEBFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Froin $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  ROYAL  STANDARD  Flour Coupons  PIANO TUNING & REPAIRS  W   J. Gonrd, Expert Tuner,  will be hero on hi3 lobular trip  ou or about Oct., M, 1(J0Q  -EXTRA TRIP--  Hy request of n number of hia pa*  IronB, he will mako a special  trip here on   nboiH July 1st, 1009  lf anyone lulls you h, is not  coming, or that his work  is not tir-H'Clasa  DON'T BELIEVE IT.  The Nkwh by experience highly  recommends hitn.  Leave orders at Nkws oflice.  Dr. Ii I-. Th������������t������H*. 'Ii-iiii^i, nil]  iciuiiin in Ona '������'i'iin >i .t*i������11 ,-,i x\  \jr.\nwhy, J<iu������ 12fh.  |'������HiSAlX-Oi.������U-������. .!.n'..���������!;  jt-ttnt*, hnrtio-a nvd   ifw-d   eitfrt������-������  1   iirtrot':  id ������* fill*.   A    11 null- V  f-.ir  b������**!������ "bi'l ni*i������i:i-,i.     Apply  lt������M;.r'i-k !. t-**��������� Riv.������r.  tmW   >���������'"  Bicycle  Riders  Wanted  To not oi cur ai/iits whorA wo um nnt  rcpr'H'MoL To thom who will rep-  nsuit uh in new tei-rit try, w������ will  mipply ii I'limplii wl'ool at m'Ih'1.*i"i1**������  Oflst,     I'lrtionl*���������'rM,     Wdta nm  M V HH1 UlB * ������l/lni i   l.,L)i.l.   ,vi.   |i.   J.  tRosTplimley,  OENTHAL CY0LE   DEI-tlT,  1110 Oov't, St.. Oppoalo Spoucsr'a  tf Ourt if tho Piotuioriiic-ycm more.  VIOTOniA,        S, O  If you get it at PHmleys, it's nil  right.  NOT C'lC ik hereby given thai the uud*i*-  nigntfl intend to apply imp iiiontn aftfi'  thc iluto of tho first pu!ilVaiip:i r*' tills no  fice to thoii'ivornnr-.i! -Ununoil to" uppruv  ul of ihu \tlit\i and Kite of it prtM">ft<"l bunin  |im i/rnuiid in Ci>ii.ox Harbur in Imi, l'f-  tri tof O'inioic, Va, cou.'or Llm d, liri jtn  t'olmnlna.  ANU NOTICK is n'ao slv0������ O nt a plan  of tlm prapotod worki together w i'.h a de  SQription af tlie kite have henn deposited  in the oi'ioo of the Minim.'r nf 1'ulilic  Worku at Ottawa, and iu tho ollioo of tho  Uibtriot Urgistrur of Lunds in thu City of  Vic.t*-Mi, Troviuoecf j[3ritUb Culmubia.  Dated linn l(Jtli <l������y of Mar-jJi, 1009.  1'KASEU'ttlvkn LUA1HKU CO.  The following are the lucky numbers drawn for May:���������-  41250       30133      48500       5G152       41468  45637       S1039      48192       39728      44143  Here are the names of como of the fortuuata winners to date;-r-  -Mrs-Oakley, .^^,.....,.,.,...,.,.^_...... .... . ..^ ......Jjto.'plapd B   0.  Mrs Connors ,,  Nanaim'i, B.C..  Mrs Shannon.......,.:,,,.   ...... .1145 7lh Ave,., Vancouver,. B O.  Mis R J Smith '...Li t'ie River, Citno^  Mra Telford    North Vancouver.  Mrs Walds  Hamilton St., Vancouver  Mrs- A E Adams        ....... Anaconou, H. O,  Mm Crawford.  ,(5th Ave , Vancouver  Miss M B Hutchiodon .Lang'ey, !i;'C .  MrsC Adsbead  ,Aldnrgrove, B. Q.  Mrs W RoweHarvoy ,.,.  .   ,.,..., i.'.Vie orin,' B. C,.  Mra M Hicgins..,..,,....,,..,  ...'.. .Cimox, B, C.  Mr \V IJ .llpjght������n..., Mission Oity', B 0,  Mrs M Fergutson .,...,,..  ..... .Snanichton, B. C,  The������e haveoach raeived, fieo of nil char^e-i, a handsome dinner  set of 109 pieceF. Cut this out and lc< ep i- for referenco. All the cou--.  puns bearing the nbove nuuihcrs hnve lef: our'tailU, though some of  them may be in ihw hands of the do le-'8 Prizes will be awarded no.  mutter when the luoky coupons are returned We are giving uway  to'l hi'Ib every month, a; d every 491b stick contains a coupon. Buy  Royal Standard Flour and tsuvu tho coupons.  Manufactured by���������  Vancouver  Milling & Grain  VANCOUVER,   B. C.  Co.,  Ltd,  FOR SALE���������100 acres of laud  ������5. iiereij slushed, fi acres cleared,!  frame house 18 x 25 x HI. sikhII I  orchard. For jiarticularu apply At >,  this oflice or to K Gi'eve. Cour-\  txinuy, }l, C, I  Not only is  it n   nice  mi}d I  smoke, but thc "Gmud Duke" j  Cik*"'   lm������  all   those   necessary |  qu ali tie* which give   so  much  satisfaction lo the smoker.  Special Sale of  LINOLEUMS   &  Lace Curtains at a  Discount of 20 per cent.  For the MONTH of JUNE.  The Right Price  V'urnitme Store,  A. MoKinnou  ��������� j.flMHIHI   I IIIH  Ottawa, Juno 1,���������Jm*k Shoii  and Tommy (iormnp., of the Ottawa Capitols, who played with l-o-  gina in the roeent cup games at  S,exv W������h1 mintkfi", arrived home  thin mnrnlnrf. Tho Ottnwn Tibivers  ft\V tbnt their lick i,f (���������ondition  and team | lay caused their defeat  ?tt tho lmtitla vf tlie Neiv Wet*tir,in-  ater team, not forgoltiug tho won-  1 d^r!':. '���������'' "') '*f ,1.-'; i",*.'!!:*y N'"r  WeitiuiiiDtci* twelvo.  em***********wn' wn0^ ���������mmmmmmmmmmmm  The roller skating rinH 1������m boon  ejoied for tlio ������oason,  P, Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND 8QUCITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  ��������� i���������i*him������wh' 4*mmmm*mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmaam*mm*mmmmmam  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  ���������lis  The  Pilsener Brewing   Co*  ������������������; will be prepared to supply :   Crystal Ice  -<>u. 01 about July i������t, 1909   OKDKKS MAY illi SKNT ������V MAIL, OR AT Tllu  OJ-VICK.    RliFKIOKRATORS SUPPUHD  9?^0������nS P^OmPTUY  ATTENDED   TO.  Forest rircs are racing a ������hort  ilifttMion fnun Ciin;Wi-lruid. uwiiii������ i  \othe uii\irem\et,U)d dry upell ofi  tliin MMUunof the jenr. ',  ���������"���������"���������  - *>       I  Jud'.'o Iliuriiwiii. II. lUiifle and l))'<  ililll*l>h> xvotit r,m,*nvii*t<rn tit Ka-l  imino by Theriiday'K Umt. j  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  6. ISAKA. PROFRIE.TCR  ���������*^������i  i<*ii  NOTICK:-No  e*\a    will   ho\  bunged afv r Voiiil-iy iiwli of eneh '  w-****mm-mm  *m*m#  1 '.x*:-h  )  Ludtcs' aud Qcntlemen'* Suit* Mude to Order  from Sao to I35    All Work Hint Clan*  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ffWIIMM*tM*il*Pfl  w.  I


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