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 W*0A  ���������* ���������*���������������������������%  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Corn ox District..  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,,;.TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1909  I1.'-,,,  ���������1 - ^ %������".**,������������������  ..AT THE BIG STORE..  SPECIAL SALE  This week  -OP-  LADIES'UNDERSKIRTS  FIVE HUNDRED TO CHOOSE FROM.  Note���������These offerings all priced at remarkably  low figures.  Great value in Black Sateens  with embroidery ruffles........ ONLY 1,23;  Black Mercerized Sateens  with heavy flouncings ONLY 2.25:  The famous Heatherbloom Tafleta  Underskirts in all the new .shades, ONLY'3,QQ>  Beautiful English Silk Petticoats .  in black and all colors...'...... .ONLY 3.5Q>  A fine line of Tafleta Silk Moirettes,  : in,all the most fashionable shapes ,  and colors.............-.-.��������� ��������� ��������� ���������*���������. .ONLY 4;50  THEY ARE ALL EXCELLENT QUALITIES  WITH WEAR AND. SATISFACTION   -  GUARANTEED.:  gSfig Arrived  Simon Leiser St Co. Ltd    i^****^^  CUMBERLAND  Some Pretty Shades of Ingrain for you to choose from.  Mixed Paints, Enamels, Alabastine, Varnish, Stains  and Baplac, which makes bid furniture like new.  and for 1909  ETC.  TKe1DIag3a.et"  Cash. Store  Takes  First  Place*  T.E. BATE  ."iHEftaSSSC;  SUBSCRIl^'IOK^.OO Ay*AAA.'   ���������*������������������*>  mmmmSm*m*m������*maSSA<  *T*,tll'     ,,i  '��������� *>u-. v.v*.*.',* ���������������,*���������*  '<WEr LEAD   WHILE-.  OTHERS     FOLLOW*  ���������**.  *.i-i  Pof Stylish Up-tb-Dat������  ��������� r-1  *-***������  ,   Pay a visit to J. N.  McLEOD'S, >fd ;;ask  ' *..^o/see their   NEW   SUITK  and . OVERCOATS.,'and .if you cannot be suited'V/ith  them we oan .show you oae ���������qf the ./ . 7  ;est Ranges of S^jil^  of Men's Suitings, dvercqats.-and 'Jfroijsfeiings to;be fotrnd'-  in town at rety reasonable prices, fit, style and.workman'  :sfcip guaranteed ',;" ;*..   .   .   ...    . v.    ..>;.'-, ���������;������������������*'������'.4t  J;N. TlcLEOO.  ���������; v .  Dunsmuir Avenue,  \'< ������v  CUMBERLAND, BrC  m  are=  Agent For Elgih W^tclies  . ,*.*  When your W������tch Jhede B^ai-ringr and  duoea noi give feiiBfiaction bring it to'  '*  ���������  I.  l\  Sf DfcD&RT I-. \]  ��������� i= and Practical  WATGHMAKER,  Dunsmuir Avenue       Cumberland, B. C.  -*-���������������������������   '.'. *���������  -.+  ,:i.,';  *k*m'-i  >������������������  ���������i^Strm.  Dairy Report    Successful Entertaihmeti?:  ARRIVED  TO-DAY  FIVE   CASES   OF  Direot from the Manufacturers. These are without excep  tion the FINEST LINE ever  shown in Cumberland.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Dunatnuir Avcuuc  Cumberland, U. C.  ���������mmmmmmmmmrtsemmmi ui. -.' "n*  rmmxmmmwmm,mmmwmm\m  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP   OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agent* for Union Brewing Company* BKKK and  1'OR.TKR.      Wholesale Dealers in*all Kinds of  Wine* and Liquors.  &V.  SECOND    STREET  To His Worship Ihe Mayor and  Aldcnnen'of the City ot Cumberland, B. C.  Bear Sirs:���������h\ accord with your  request I have again visited tlic"*  clairios supplying milk to the city,  At Mr. Marsden's 1 found that  tho premises hnd been recently  cleaned, the dairy whitewashed  aid tho recommendations concerning tho stable, made at my former  visit, satisfactorily curried out.  At the Minto dairy tho usual  necessary spring donning of tho  promises had. not been done and  considerable decaying animal and  vegetable matter found lying a-  roiind, I ordered tho latter to be  at onco removed and destroyed,  the dairy cleaned and the Interior  of the stable whitewashed. On  my visit to-day I found that the  a'ove had bjjoti done imd condition* at tho Minto dairy are now'  quite satisfactory,  On account of rocotit happen,  lugs and to ens tiro that the necessary procaiitlom will he tilccii to  prevent milk contamination I have  deoidel to visit tho dairies at least  onco h nioiitli during tho warm  worn I mr, ,  While cleanliness of stabjos,,  daily, dishes, etc, Ik highly desirable, it U even more important  tint tho milk lie procured from  b'tdthy nud proporlv tnd cows, Of I  this the people uf Cumberland ]  hnve at present no iWtionabV  guarantee, und   1   would iveom-  ,'.'?"."'?      it.'i*        In      fnti!**/.       VMnlul'K  of milk In llie city bo .obliged to  procure a permit front the Council, uiul that Hitch penult bu given  to those only who can produce ������������  t-'rtdtliititi* from n fji������nli/i<*d x-rttmi)-  ary surgeon that their uattlo are  free front disease; at������<������ a ceittiti-  oato from a sanitary liii-jkctor  tint the dairy and protui������������*������ an* it������  u unitary condition.  lle������pctfully mibitiittul,        |  (iw, K. MaiNauliuhn. M.D.I  Medical Iltwdih Oflim*  Miss Lena Duthie ivashtfardiby  a large aud appreciative audfalJice  at Cumberland Iliitl last evening,  in Scotch and Irish Song and Story.  Tho attraction moausured up ; to  the oxpectatione of tbe most critical of her audience, for Mips Du-  tine <fotn58 to tift highly recommended. With a few well-told .stories,  Miss Duthie, at the beginning,  ���������won tho attention and sympathy  of her uudionce, which alto held  throughout the   eutiro evening,  Miss Duthie is ono of the finest  artists in her lino that we have had  tho pleasure of listening to.  * Miss Duthie by request i\ill  give a second entertainment at the  presbyterian church, on Wednesday evening, May 12th, at which  there will be an entire change of  program mu, Don't miss a rare  treat,  .       .       Mill!    I, lL,.j,  i i ii"  * *    ' ^.iX*.*..;'.-    *  The ^Cumberland 11 nH -roller  skate d|wiiinjjf't>ri'**'FYitiny evening,  "ast, was quite a success, ai'lagge  number of skater* ntid . spectators  attending, who seemed to -.'enjoy  themselves thoroughly. The j>ri>-  itiioXoy*, Mies&rit:'ile'ighler A 'Parrot  aro to be congratulated on tlieir  enterprise,  Change of ad this week for Simon Leisor & Co., Ud., and  Campbell Bros. Both theso firms  have some choice articles to 'offer  the buying public of Cnmberltmd  and vicinity,   ���������   Mrs.Wler accompanied by Miss  Wier left by Thursday's boat on a  trip to Hoiuhm-nCnlifonii,*}!! points  FOR SALK-���������A fine r������iiiU'������cp  it tbo corner of   2nd Sp'wt ������and"  Maryport Avenue; wilf'bo'sold at  i bargain.. For prico aiid terms  pply at Nkws Ottice,      ���������  ... Dou't forget "Bowser" in this  week's issue ou the inside page.  ���������"  ��������� ������������������n*  Mr, Donald McKay, of Blink  Head, Altn.,. ai:rivod,'in"Cumi*������i>  laud last week and is renewing  old ttcqNuinttiieos. Donald* i*  looking welJ*after his many years',  bsence from Cumberland.  Mrs. MaKonr.i������, wife of Mr.  McKenxlts old. Mcl'hee Ai.ttyns.  irrired, with! family last week and  have taken up tlieir residence hor������,  T. Bickle ami Mr. Hnow.ftre  jtassongers to Victoria by HiUur-  dsy's boat.'     ���������'*���������'.'*      *    i*   ,  I      '     ''.   './'  LOST On CV������mox roa������l,,dark  overcoat, IMiiVii to this otHce. Ua*  ward,  J. T: 'iadstdhe, M'r������. Eid-stone'  and two daughters arrived home  fto'ua Victoria by Tuesday's  boat.  ��������� n *    ��������� ��������� vi ��������� 11,..,���������  John Thomsob, **h������. Thompson and It. H. Robertson left by  Saturday's boat en route for lCoss-  iaiid, B, C, to attend li, of I'.  convention held in "that ��������� oil v on  May Utlx'-\-   ,.; ;, ; ;���������;'  y': ���������,   '     j..b      t,  ., )      ^, .  : ���������MrrW'.H. The*l -has,,resigned  life position with the Royui liauk  of Canada, of this Jiity,. anii'ioft by  Sunday's boat for VanuouVer.  'mm. ���������..���������������.���������������������������. ���������   ,;. .  J udge Harrison nnd Mr. Barker,,,  barrister-ut-law, ot Nanaimo, came  ovt-r the road by auto last' Wednesday, and returned Friday.  a ������������������-��������� .ii.i>  TENDERS.^  Tenders willbo refef^ed wp to  Saturday May 22nd for the paint  ingofCV&U. Hospital; **d fonee.  Hor particulars'appl} tp T. llsg-  gart. Lowest or any ;^nder not  .uocessaj;ily accepted. Address ten.  der������ to A, Somerrlllt,,1,flwret������r/,  hotplul boards ,,���������.  '.  mmmjm  lUv.Mr. Hastings Ull hy Wad-  nesdayVhott to eifrltA Matlimfl t  C������i������f������re������ica held, t*\ KjW W    ...  Vter, awt meek*  \X  m w* I.  1 Inspector Dick Arrtw  day's Iwit.       t    ^   ,  Iv.   .  CAMPBELL BROS.  GROCErS AND  DRY GOODd  MERCHANTS  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Bar^aillS Saturday  ',    Tht linlntk-* ot Ant ehie" atec.lt Irft omjir Jnm \ba r������������������t fer* mdi   ���������Imi uthl twiittitlem ot toni ui eUtkr out on natntday   ._ * ,.,.,��������� .���������'...' ���������.���������'.'.ii.lJi. *.������.,. .,  AU itUofM, ro������ulartS.Wito W.W..'..'.���������,.....���������,..to eltaratll 00  HilUlrmi'm teg. |l ar, to tl.lh .*.. .to elear at 7.^ and OOo  Mtn*.Clotlilntf, to,, |iS00^������tt.00:.......U������cltarat������18.OO  fancy .Stripe Dueka for tumair lultiaf* ,���������.. lie ear yard  Ml, Sttu Sl.������.I*������ iu itUiu nnd ttu.cy t rife* tram |1 101������ I* 00  Ualr*Hkit.*iubtu.k, usity aadbvwa... ...neA 1179  CAMPBELL BROS.  i  ,* g. Ummi*  IH" iii   I   I  mimiiii.  *H������  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BlUTlSH  COLUMBIA  Hie totetet Km ;  imaatiw U*t,y toeuday By' <H*  Cccdox   A   Combtnland  Publishing Company.  i ��������� ������������������������������������ f" ' %*���������* W  This paper will.aot hold itself  r**}*>ii4>bl������ for tbe opinions ot oth-  *r*t a* way .appear i'i *���������* eoluwn.s  (row time to time.  api  ****  **-' "-hii-tii  TtJIUDAV,    ifAV  U,  1909,  I 11   mini ���������������  NOTICE  T.i KB HOWE tbat aa appMoatlon  will be mad* to the tegltUtiv* Assembly  rtf !��������������� Pnayiaseot BritishColumbia at  \-m u*xt ifcteioa for an Aot incorporating  The CVnipbill * River Power Cosspany,  &la>ite i ������tth all the powers give to power n m panies iwder the "Water' Aa*,  1*009," and tr thi fiufpoaeof conforming*  to the Campbell River Power lAom-fany,  tirait&i, a Cempiany incotperated under  ������he'<Jr.Bip,8<wAijt, l������97"ontb������ 17th  dny of Ai>r(l, 1909, aU* the rights, pewera  and privilegea ' contained in the Coca-  panj'a Meaferaaaan) of Ass* ciatioa, which  tra eet ont ia issue cftbeHritisbColu������b!a  titmit ot ISnd day at Api, '09 at p g i  1567 'aid WS, and *lno al) WaWr 11-  tenets aad privilege! WeMore or h������re-  after J������e������t#4 or a, pliai tor or obttiinedt  ������o<t ia particular, bat n������t so aa to Unit  ibe *.nera)hyct tlie tbtirgtAag, for tke  following purposes-���������  A*) Tbe o.������a������ruoUwf or juration of  works or tb* supply ������r iitilisatioa ef water under the ''Water Aet, 1������W.*  (b) To apply tor and obtain uftder the  prorjtioMof the **\Tatat Act, 1900,!'  or to purchase er otherwise atquire, ������a.  ur ra-Qttdt or water Jiw>wa.  IP) T������ supply watur for4oweatio pur-  p- a. aa deSaed by the"W������terApt, llw"  t"P������ra-n������, companies, incorporated and  tioiveerporated musiolpsiities,  (d)   Te meaufeeture aad Supply g** ���������*'  ent h, highways; roads aad alfeete...  ��������� ty- "^^^pol^,>������ati,piaar������,l8mpa  globes,'tad *oy other ������ppwataa la er upon bighwaja, roada, utreete or bridges,  or against any wall ereoted en tha aa������e er  adjoining thereto.  (qfj) The usd ot water nt wiiervpower  for hydranuffwiining ������nrpo������#- and- tbt  ���������llling, manufacturing, industrial and  mechanioel purposes, otber (haft the g������n-  eratioh'dfMeflfcrfelty.  ' (r) "To dig treachea'aod $Mea���������'-������������������rtlrli  therein te Uy oablea, lines and viun, aod  to put electric pables, liut#, wires, awit.  ohet, aod connecting boards -from any cable*, ltnteaud wires in, aadar, along, or  acrosi all roada, highways, stre������ts aud  br idgea, and from time to tiate eat, alter,  retfove, replace, repair and relay -ill o*  aay aooh cables,- Hues, wirea, switches  and eoanecting boards, or otber apparatus.  (b) To acquire by purohaae or otber*  wise, the right te eae Snd enjoy electric  or any otber power already developed by  others at any point or point*.  (t| To couatruot, maintain, alter, repair and renew* defricea for measuring  light, beat and power.  (u) To aell or let for uae, light, heat,  power, and any nnd all devices and appar  atu������ -o������e-. forroe^rorwg the same, or o*h-  erwiis ii'sed in obnneo'ien with the com-  peaj'a businessand works.  (v) To fix rates and charge* for Us*  use of light, . beat and poorer, and the  carriage of goods ������nd: pas'angers.  (w) To require all perseas supplied  with electric light to place and uae only  inch UmpB and appliances aa are apprev-  ��������� d by the Company.  (ww) To sell, assign: nnd ttaaatcr; to  any other omptuiy lawfully empowered  in that behalf it license or licences, undertaking end work*.  Dated at Victoria, B. C, April ;4������th,  m������.  BARNARD A ROBERTSON,  Solicitors for the tppllomta  made for bim, l>uftl������eii' *earah was  iu rain. Saturday night and Sun-;  day,1 large parties *4re scouring  <he woods in ail directions, a blood  houud was brought into thc search  from Campbell River, bat as ,"w������.  go to press no trace of the missing  man has been found,  ' 'MrV'GrfeYe tfas "82 yeArr of ftjgfe  and an old and: highly Tea'peoted  rosideut of Comox District, and w������  as well as those who had the pleasure of knowing him will very  much regret Uts mysterious disappearance.  ���������    ���������'���������    .  All local items of a business  nature will be charged for at the  standard rate of ioc. a line.  MADE IN CANADA  EILLETT'S  jgRE AM TARTAR.  <WMl  E. 0. ^mde'Pipe fitting and  General repairing.  iwflT^OQ^aiRSftpriucibpurpoae-tti-build  M.in a;n and operate all nweSsery* build.  Jug, machinery ud pla������������  (e) To ���������������nstrugt,e<juip1 operate and  ma -.tain telegraph and telephone ays-  tvws Midline*.  {t) Te a/nslract, op������r*te-snd main*.  t-ip, e������d improve bouses, tietories, ware,  bausa, sb'pa, wb������r������es, bujlilBf*, erec.  ti������ns, works and cenrsnisaaaa of all  kids,  (g) Ts eoastmot. operate aad maia.  tain elect He works, pmw works, genera,  t og pl*4 aad ������u������h otbrr e nvoBiesoes  as m.y be necessary for sanaratibg tlac*  trtclty,  (b) Prodiitflng power In any manofr  aaiot any-kind.  (i) Oeuerstiag elsotritity for light,  beat, po * er, the operation ot motors,  engines and mschiaDryef all kindo, pro.  peHiug tram wars, drirlng, hauling, Wt-  isg, emsbiag, smelting, driljitg, milling,  ���������r for say otter purpose tor which it esn  be used, either alone or in ppansetien  witb,aay otber power)  (jj Transmitting fleotricUy er aay  f^rn of developed pow������i, to tbat the  same may be iw������4 by any moafoipaJity,  Ovmpaay, oorpocstioa or persen,  (jj) For readtriag water sad water,  powtr available tor us*, ipplioadoa aad  diatribetiee by ewtlag dspis, inetaadug  tiie head ef water ia any existing body *t  Wstar, oraxiaudlat.Intra* taaraut, d*  veriing the waters of aay ������1re**m, pond,  er lake, lato any otber chsane) or oban-  ia'it, liyinf et areeting any line of t\.o,a,  pipe, or wire, eooslraetiag sny rae*wsy,  leaeeeir, s^aedaet, ������sir, wseel, b<iildiag,  er o'ber ersctloa or work *bioli miyh*  reqolred ia euOttHttoa with tbe trayrove.  at** aad use ef Iba ssid ester aod eater  po**r, or by altering, r������aswla|, extend,  iug, Iteproring, rspslrtsf or m������Ut������|aiitg  any sn/ kueh works, er aay part tbenof.  (t| C������%prsssisg sir sad osiag the  sa������e fer all parpoise,  , (I) n.oiog, slsklsg, (ayiof, dt-luf,  fueiatsiaing aad repfirlug ���������leetrie Hues,  ecitumntBlort, itoiagt btttsrUs, e|o������trie  eablea, tafias, wltfs, pipes, switehes oon-  r tn tie a, brauobes, eleslrlo Motors, dyns  awe, eo������(ae^otM)biass or otber apparatus  at devices, seta, dritps, wtibriQoarses,  pipe', p ���������!������*, bui|4<og< s������d etbvrsfectioits  endt-wks, aadsrscingaad p)*oi>g say  eK-titlo llie, eable, mala wire, or other  stearic siperstm sb >v* or belew grvueJ,  (bi) t'eosttuctini, oislntalolug and .p.  erstiaf ���������Inila or doitbis trask, er a������nal  ��������� r other trsmwsys, with tb* atceusty  f.de treses mun ku. ������.���������������"��������� .V, ���������!.. '.-tag*  mr! **.*, *ai4img ������ ip 1 i*H ,\*,lt* nf teViii't.*  ������8p������M* of bwtsg uwd upon or (a ro-flnoe-  tbm witb a tramway, upon, alestg, aoroer  avder *r above auy linds, bigkwaya,r>iada  ttreet*, hnAi**,, wklsb ������re ia tbe line of  wr-a Ummm*',   im",       Ut'i'    *���������*   !,>"ttf tt  tb'  m****n a������ejp4������y,an4 te srsot, wai ������tai������ aad  reper pet-e sail ������ir-������ie tbe line of tb*  tramway btenilstl te Its built.  (a) To take, truiftr Md earry paese*  lera, weNbaal se aad goods of all kinds  ������e *.*��������� Waieway, by aay taetlve pew  k j������ us** er teat say be eiwr������an������ dis*  (������ire>edL  (������) m*r**ym$ a**m*e*rta wttb tmrnwatj,  mmm*9*^9**** ******** f*������ ** ���������**  m*m*\*mt mmm, **w*4e*t mem am***, er el-  tpeiflftsdifeaMiH  (f| %mae*m ���������itatsle aa4 repals pole.  w(rfee������4Heee. f#tbe pMyeateftnM  a*U������ag ete������Ul������ity, *nnmy eieet euem  ur taUpbon* er ****m***f* ������������f. ���������������*  aldM, aersee et sbess ���������**$ Oe������a Lands,  XtAffjttmya, r*m*%e.mA% b ���������*���������***. *aJ f ���������  t������ee e������ eaj- etVf fatf 9--t������ ',*>*,���������***  b b*e*a.twa4������ tal r*������������s.  ** ���������������������.  *n tmrnm **dme   ,  *.   ������������������  **  NKW YORK  CLIPPER  IB THI IMATUT  THEATRICAL J SHOW PAPER  IN THR WOULD.  IMOnrYiir.   WitUCwJIto.  xaavRp waaaLT.  ���������ampli CotY FRki.  PRSNK QUCEft W|,<W.(IM)(  lt������tttf������MM'ttt������MlH������  Crmnd Sport at the  Dunmuir Awe.  UNION BAY   NOTES.  S S. Tordetisjold commenced  taking cargo for Mexico, this uior*  ning, (Monday)  U, 8. Retenue cutter Gidney,  ���������ailed ou Saturday for the North,  after replenishing blinkers. Tiie  8, ti. '��������� Explorer" also arrived for  bunkers   and will proceed North  Yacht Dalonra is in port with  lion, James Dunsmuir, aboard.  Australian liner Marauia arrlr.  ed on Friday last for bunkers aud  cleared tor Vancouver ou Sunday,  Mexicaa liner bntsdale, buuker-  ed last week and cleared for Vau  co uvor.  Tlie base ball game played here  ou Sunday beiftceu Cuiubarlaud  '���������Overs" aud local nlw*, resulted  iu n viuivij ,*, ,'.,* fw.-'.U', :nJA:c  d, tu d, nine (unitize, Ihe ^ud.c  op to the seventh innings, was  very enthusiastic from a spectators  itandpint, this beiug the inning  wji*w tlie local lass seemed t������ faii  to pieces, McNeil aud McGyrap-  ley were the visitors' battery and  dark aud Frederick for the home  teami Mr, Walker acted aa umpire. A large crowd arrived l.y  .pucisl tron from Cumberland tu  witueat the game, returning home  *ell pleased witli tlm result.  Advertisers will, confer A favor  by bringing in their ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next isaiia on the following Tuesday.  t  t**A'i*i  em     ���������  mm * ' .SS. ..  0  s  SB'S  o  ������.a ..J  as  ���������a������-  a  X.  .11  -i  I  - n.  9  ���������I  ���������  Pi  O  O  1  thii  ill? Puni;  Guaranteed  rAcsAws Awt> cum  S01M  BOWSER IS AT REST.  Lapses Into a Normal Condition,  Much to Cook's Amazement.  QUIET  NIGHT  AT  HOME.  me frice aa tK������ pobr  Adultermted Kinds  '  . W, CILLETT CO, LTD.  A  Courtenay Items.  Mr.JaraeS Mc Kenzie has recovered aster a seort illness.  Harry litaytin is raising cane oh  Wall street with his powder.  The Government Dreadnought  is doing great work ou Courtenay  bill.  Courtenay is badly in need of a  Sunday law, or it wont be long before it will be tho same as any  other day of ths week.  Courtenay is bound to have a  railroad, even if it is a logging one  --JLgreatjhimber of the citizens  are wondering what all the notices  wi l.!iont names, are for.  Mr Boulter and Mr. Francis  left by Saturday's boat en roato  for England, and Mr. Ramsell for  the Northwest,  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CUSS WORK  |*������iiittrtti������*<������rt*^^  '���������  1  PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.  THE FIRST SALE of Prince Rupert lots will be  held at Vancouver, British Columbia, May a5th to 29th,  1909. Prince Rupert is the Western terminus of the  Graud Trunk Pacific Railway. The sale will be held in  the interests of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company and the Government of British Columbia; half of  the lots offered being owned by each party. From 2,000  to Moo lots will be offered.  The tale will e held by auction and the terms*of  payment will be one-quarter cash and the balance in one  two and three years, with interest at six per cent.  Agreements will be executed immediately on payment of  the first instalment, and purchasers may enter iuto pons*  ession at once.  Titles are absolutely indefeasible, which incaus that  the government of British Columbia guarantees all titles.  For maps aud further particulars write,  C. D. Rand  Agent for Government and Railway, Vaucouver, B, C.  *(  MyfUrioos Disappearance.  Mr. (ieurgi Orfenr, of Sand wlek  (���������ft bis hotae  uo   last ttetarday  ���������ftcrnoou, stating that he was go-  <*? to His u.ill * ������b'*rt di*te*w* a.  , t : h ' ���������*���������������*.   '������*������t   ������'"t'.ii--������ii������(| ������  -  i.i..,. mm***.***, *%***%* Iim.  ltnmW*m9wm  NOW 's THE TIME  TO IAKE YOUR PROFIT  FROM YOUR  H)ancovfoet  Property  List your property with Mr.VV.  W, Willard, of Cumberland, or direct with us, stating price and terms,  and we will get you a buyer, forwarding your money to your local  bank.  ELKINS BROTHERS  .* UNION BANK IIUI ID ING  Vanoouver,        -        -        B. O.  Neither Tragedy tier Corned/ Disturbs  the Ueaal dereniiy, and Mra. Bewear  Is Vary Mueh Puzzled as to the Out*  1   eeW  (Copyrtcbt, UBS, byT. C. McClure.J  T tbe usual hour of Mr. Bowser'" honecomlns Mrs. Bowser posted herself ot tbe, front  window to xvatcb tor hlm and  judge of bis state of feeling before be  entered tbo bouse.  In due time be dropped off tbe car  without turning to shake Us Ost at tbe  conductor aad threatening to bare  him fired.  He encountered a pedestrian or two  on the way to the gate, but If they remarked anything bo was not aroused.  The gate waa shut, but he did not  kick It open, nor was it an occasion  wheu he grabbed the knob of tbe  front door and tried to tear it eat by  the roots.  Mrs. Bowser had only to glauce at  him onee to realise tbat be bad come  home ln a perfectly sane condition of  mind und tlmt he had uot invested ln  u mountain of natural borux or a new  hair dye during (he day.  The dinner was a good one, and Mr.  Bowser admitted it. He was told tbat  during tlie duy three different tramps  h  "iM������  top ruuix   tr  woci.r>  iik sapk,  MADAM, POK MB TU HUN   OVKB TO UEK  MY uisTunr  ltud called for u All-up, a chimney un  die house o|>|*oslt������* had burned out,  ���������iiiid u fat woniiju liiid been bitten b.v a  il-������* und curried to the drug store tn a  infilling condition.  The above uews wus rucclved placid-  I.v nnd v.-ltbout uitiluo excitement. Hi-  never even asked If tho tramjw luid  been fed or told to U'lit It on empty  NidiiiiicbK. nnd (here was no roferuuee  to .Mrs, lli.wiMT's beurt of stone,  The cHMik luul liwil |>re|Mirlng Ucrwlf  nil the iifteruuou lo quit her Job in  ������������������line .Mr. Bowser found lumps ia tbe  mushed potatoes nud miked her If sbo  wus exprrlmeutlug wltb ccbblestoncs,  Imi bo had no fault to And. Oa the  coiitruo*. ��������������������� ate wore thnn usual,  When Mra Bowser us'jted blm If be  ttldu't think tbe steuk was a bit tough-  < r tlm ii iii'uiil he thought the mutter  over nud then mildly ruplled:  "It mny be, my done, bnt you mast  remomber that beef cattle are growing  older till tbe time, tbe same as our-  HOlVIM."  -41 was a poncefui. placid dinner, and  It wns s peaceful, plucld Bowser tbnt  took his way upstairs nnd ant down to  his clgnr nnd evening paper. Ills  whole attitude was tbnt of tbo flu>rnge  liuel-nnd, and Un. Bowser would bare  thanked ber eturs and let hlm alone  but for the cook, who called ber down  through the medium of the speaking  lube nnd wbJs[M>rrd lo Iter can  "Do you think It would be safe.  tnadnnt, fur tnr to run n?er and aee my  aister for an hour or twor  "And why not. Mary?"  "On account of blm. Uus-S'Sbl lie  may hnvo bla ear to the tnbol"  "Why, Itow you talk! Do yoo think  Mr. Bowner would object to your going  outr  '���������It's not for myself, madam, bnt for  yoa. You'll be left all ahmo wltb blm."  "And what of thatr  "I don't boilers be'a nohti right In  his mind tonlabl. He didn't And a  speck of fault wllh the dinner, and  When yen told him about (he tramps  he wasn't a bit lutennitrrf. Ue hasn't  been shouting around opatnlm, and  fa)t������ elx or Berren minutes, but broken  at last by Mrs. Bowser saying:  ."Wben yon go down to fix the furnace for tbe nlgbt 1 wish you would  take a look at tbe coal and estimate  bow long it will last I think you'll  bave to get some more before tbe  week Is out"  Sbe was looking full at bim and expecting to h$>r blm Bhout out tbat sbe  bad been eeliluRceal to tbe junk man  to buy *caAdy wtth .the;proceeds, but  Instead she received tbe quiet reply:  "Sen, I was -thinking today that It  must be most gone. I'll stop tomorrow and order some more."  Tben Mr. Bowser put his feet up on  another chair and dropped bis paper  and began to i������od. He was losing himself In sleep when there came a ter*  ride hullabaloo among tbe cats in tbe  back yard. He didu't rush to a rear  window und throw It up and shoot  nud yell and exclaim and throw out  chairs. Neither did he turn and accuse Mrs. Bowser of feeding all the  catp in town,on purpose to bare them  handy when ahe Wanted to annoy him.  He simply opened bla eyea and smiled  end said:  "Cats must rollick now and tben, tbe  same as human belngB. or tbe world  would get very blue to them.!'  "Was nny one after you today to  cell you a pig for springr she asked.  "No, dear."  "No new milk cow V  ' "*-o."  "Ko chickens V  "Not a chick."  "But you didn't sit ln your ollle* all  day without, anything happening}"  "Just the usual routine."  "Didn't any doctor happen ln to tell  you to take ten mUe walks to cure  your liver?"  "Nope.   Urer.all right"  "And you weren't advised to ride n  bike or play football to cure rbeuma-  tlsnir  "Hnven't got any to cure.'*  Mrs. Bowser was baffled, and sbe sat  ard looked at him a long time as be  continued, to open and close bis eyea  ln ft languid manner. There was not  the slightest evidence of Insanity to be  read Iu bis face or uctions, but his list*  leesness brought a flutter to ber heart  She would try once more.  "Do you know." sbe said In tones  meant to lee careless, "that I bare been  ^BffKTO~OVer-tbat-chlcken-farm-ldea-  of yours aud hare about concluded It  weald he a good speculation?"  'Nothing in it, my dear," be drawled  ln reply...,'-,  '���������But did I tell you how mucb the  gas bill was for tbls month?"  "No, but we'll pay it, whatever it is.  Tbe gas eompnny bas always been  very fair with us."  He Falls Asleep.  Mra. Bowser sat there and tried ber  hardest to think-of somethiug that  might start n family row, but not aa  Idea came. In tbe silence Mr. Bowser  fell sound asleep and uttered a snore,  nnd tbe cat purred in unison wltb blm.  Tbe room wus light and cbeerfo),  while outdoors tbe night was dark and  piety, but 11 did not seem like ber  home. There was nn element lacking.  Sir. Bowser was not walking around  with his bands undor bis coattatlu and  pausing now and then to snout at her.  Sbe stood It for half on hour and then  crept softly over to tbe telephone and  cnllrd np Mrs. Brown and told BeTfcJI.  Then Mrs. Brown's voice was heard U  reply.'  "Yes, dear. It is rather strange, bat  nol wliboot parallel. Be may keep ������������  being normal for two or three dnya.  but don't you worry about It. By iho  third day, al the very latest, he'll coma  liorueoml kick tbe gati> open and buret  hi" way Into the bouse and want te  know why In Teia������ yon let blm leave  tbe house that morning wearing hie  day shirt over his nightshirt aod collar sawing bis ears off."   M. QUAD.  Meeting His Wets.-lee.  Napoleon wus hurrying bock toward  Paris from the field of Waterloo,  "Welt," be remarked to an aid. "I  hnve mot It good and bard at Inst, bnt  uobody can say it was my whisky loo."  Which shows that temperance Is a  good thing when properly applied���������  l.lpptneott'a Magaitne.  Hsrd an ths OesehM.  '"Why are all yon women down en  lira. Weediest Yon were aU eery sor������  ry for ber when her husbsod died."  "Yes, aad how did she repay our Interna In ber? Hhe Used tbloga solhat  none nf ths papers would publish the  amount of money be kfl"-Catbotto  Kandard and Times.  Merathe* flaw W������ ���������tfgvlllev  HtMt  a������v jn, ������v.������#  .'.a'.'.l*   *f   ***mb  rmltw*,* 1 tell y*������������ there's something  Into It."  "Nonsense! If yoo wsnt to go, then  go right along.''  "I'll go, nudum, tot I'll go shaking  In every limb, t hod n Itrnthfe-tn-faw  who tan** imimm* **.* alili' .'*? *Mt  seme esft, pettcefnl wey. and I went  eut and left hlm and my sister together. Whan I got bsck he had cbotv  iwd ber np wltb Ibe as nnd then hung  himself. Keep y������*ur eye on Mr. Bowler while rm gone. If he makes a roa*  for yon have fhe hafi-her knife hand*/  end try and gat te ihe door aud call  tor Mp ill stop and ten the flmwfts  fo ha listening If yon want me le.  mrefal aww wben yo* ge baric ep.  trnnft let Wm see Ibat rom amneeei ata  wariereaa lateotlona1'  Ae Mra, lews-er **meret4 te *������**������������-  ay tmm Um eat eppoeeftert Mr. Hmr-  CMf rmmmi apteet bis leg.   laid ef repnWr.g bar be IW#4 bee  \t**e Ms tap ami ������tiwh������d her H������k  ttmtM������t������ ��������� ttaMdmt-aj ���������etaemte taa*-  -Kew f sek Herald.  \*m%*m*,\ IU*.  Jtmmy--������ny, Temmy, wbet klad et  wood do iaej mm m thiee  bosrde tb������ kUto here la the pet*)  Tommy-Aw, tbnfa essyt VThf,  slippery elm. ef t������aaree.~Detroit trft.  ���������ne.  t w ^W ������������������WmmMgnem9**tnAKeW  -Ton say she* taberWed ber aMWy te  stand en ber heed and tie ber kage to ���������  lMf* EM9. flMNMM m%%*9 MRW r  "Tea Iter father ara* a esfcbreM  e^n^m bwejiwejw>  "innmvs mTm-mmi  ���������ran tela amr  flvW-'  -Hitfa  |tf������f ffrseerT  ��������� te ttrbt  %tb*>  I THE **&^^^^^  liMPM  *****  at  *********  A-A,  ,'*'���������'���������'.������>   c:^r'>'  .A,."ltl   ;?ni    V  '    "J ��������� ' '������ A  RKIHG raon and women throughout tha Dominion find that  Zam-Bak Is the greatest boon they can hava aa a healer  of accidental cats, burns, and brolaea, m well aa akin dlieaaea,  Mr. H. 0. Purohaae, conductor oa tha Toronto BiHei Railway,  tells how this great herbal balm benefited hlm when.ha mat  with hia accident  **  DANGEBS OF NEGLECTING  A SORE.  NEVER neglect a cut, or sore,  however trivial it may appear,  Mrs. B. E. Bedwell, ot 337, Proven-  cher Ave'iue, St. Ikmiface.Winnijieg,  ' had a small sore oa the secctv! Snyer  of her left hand. She thour-ht it  would set risht unaided, but it didn't,  tnstoau, bhod-poisouiag'cetin. Sho  -.,iys:���������"I then tried poultices aiul  in ordinary salvo. Theso, howovr,  did not h.-.ve i!iu desire.! effect, anj,  aft tlie finder bv-inn to frfter, 1 had to  call in a doctor, who Ui-.ccd it.  Despite hia care, however, it MKain (js'ered, and  thc ^intd-.t-Rts, liniments, and ot:icr j.rcj srntions  whic'i thRd.'-vor gave ru f*c::iecl alj.vcil::tvly ur.:.')le  to liri-ii-; -m'.-z-^. wy re'-xl. \\V \v������re to'.! of -i ca-.;  si::���������:'::,: :z IM.-, own i'- viiicl' .".V'-S'ul; 11:'.: eftertfO  ������������������������������������������������������'  "Tv- <������������������.���������'..-'!.   ���������������������������  ..-.������������������ - .-;' i;i'--l, a;:J wa,  The trolley pole of hia ear slipped off  the live wire, and the ropj was caught  In the standard. Purchase held on to  the ropa until his hand was pulled np  to the top of the ear. There it waa  held, and the rope, palled through his  fin jars by % fofc?of.tJw,mpylaj{.<������r,  tore and Ir.oef'ated to a stocking extent  three fingers, tearing several pieces ef  flesh completely away. Zam-Buk was  applied, find cased the pain very  Qnichly.. VrJItlng. to this eff.eot, )l*.  Purchase says:���������  "I. had preyiouuly had experience of  thc healing power of Zam-Buk, and the  way lt soothes cutis and injuries. I,  therefore, bound the fingers ln Zam-Buk,  and It was most gratifying iba way in  which this balm soothed the palm  Two  days after tbe aeeJdeat tbe wauls  were eleeed, and new akla was beg  ���������lag to form ever tba toe. lae  1 dressed tke weetada wltb Saai-lalt,  aad I am new baek again at week witb  tba hand aa seaad as ever. Te leak at  It yon weald aevsr kaew It bai.beea  ae terribly tora aad laeeeateeV A-.-.A  " I do aot thlak there Is aaythlag to  aqaal Zam-Bak aa a baalar etmm.  Injuries aad dlaeasea."  WHAT V0V WMVID UM ZAM-OVK FOB.  Zam-Buk .cures   fiimplei,  urns, cuts,, pit**, fisUrim* i*L .       blood^oimomint,  tali rheum, prairim Holt.  ^ __-._-_   ,,---,_       *..    -,_,    9**e*em\*Twje}^*mtmmw*ma  bums, ruts, pills, fttUrin* ulosrs end *****,  rt-ug-comi,, bad' Ug, dimtmmU. ��������� anMrns-, /imi ,  wounds, tcmemm, and all skik Aissai*.   JLU '  Drutgists and Stores Stll atSOe. ba*. Ikrmiror  tl.iS. arp<mtirimti^tn^u>i,ntmk(>i..Tatmmfm,. ; .  for t-ncf,'   .������:?:. A-,f.\ A*\-l'tA.A^,-\A;-:- ;;:������������������;  I'Vl  the drink of strong m&j and healthy woifljtti,-'  UNION  NOTICE ii hereby ������iveo tbat  ;ooo month (roa date I intend ta  ������p|j>ly to.tbe Superintendent ot Pro-  rising'ra%t V^fl-S" j* ��������� *������������������������**  al of the Holwl Lioense held by see  for the Port Augusta Hotel situated  at Como*, B.C,  J. RHowas  Dated 30th day of April, 1909  .,.,-.-   NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocks,  timber or wood, of nny descri jitiodn  beloi'ging tu the Wellington Colliery Co1y., or from or off the land  of the snid (Joinpany, will lie pros.  -ecntttd-to-tbe-fuU-ex-tent-of-tiie-liiWr  I'Y D. Little.  Superintendent  "Wellington Colliery Co,y.  Drink U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co..  .1  I  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLABS  CANDY, FRUITO,,  CIGARS 4 TOBACCOS  T). Hunden  uNioK:.s,,$.:;.J|0..;;(Sr aHf.-M  lifM-Mll-tl>������  Prioes  *nd  For the  Farmer.  h  ND ACT, RUPERT' L'ISTII'GT.  TAKE NOHOE   th ,i.   Nimpki-h L'i'io  lofe'.i jj  OnHji y, Liitiit-'il,  hi ei-dii   to  (iujjI   t'-r |tMii.i,vi-ii t������ loin- 'ho   'ollnw-  ������Dir d bi: ili >i fur uhntc InuiR-O. inmeu-  ci'.tui A H !' ut I-' ������-t-d S uth 45 dwteei  ^5 i������ij)i-|.H &���������:.-.. 'AiD i'o.tf ow 'ho f-'iituli  K-.-'ti^i.riji'riif   }nd) v.  Hoerrxo 11 j-iinjn'  t.i,*-  Xnrtti Hcu/vlat*.-.' of s, c iu . 2,   r -w,,  ulnp 1, U-jjicrl. D'i:tn'i������ Vmcouv i* Jflln.l,  t'lenou f low iiji liigli w t . mnrk iS'mth  61 '2'i Kust'. WH mill t h: '.-.'..it  87 reg e h  '.tl m;nittcri tii.t   t3S.u .. i ut.-.:  South 74  <��������� ut oh 10 ni'i.ulo" Ki ,  151  uiuu o :  K-" th 2; deiiti^ 15 mi miles H-tt -700  iu nn������������������������������ Noith 70 ileKiem xX'oit,  l'iUl.4  ml puI������'������: HiA-i 41  iln-ie** 4^ miuulon  WoA   7 0 i  uii'ts uinv or  ri< to tho  I !*<���������<* of le**in ii,'.-, c iii.-iii|i|r   '.8 lorni  t.*.flie<rle *.I.oo t-d Vir h '7*h, UOtl.  NlMTKIMI I AKI'. I 01 ) S:    0 , LTD.  TerA. H. AHA KV, Ajje"*,  d Vanco'.iver, K. 0,, Logger.  Vin.--.uvo-*, A rl 1.1 h, 1000.  Quality  guaranteed  ���������1-H-1H4-M--M'  Walworth-Rolston Co.LttL  H. S* R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  Vancouver, Be C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B.C.  LAND, ACT RUPERT DISTRICT,  TAKB NOTICE thnt  Nimpkish Luke  LniwiuirO iniany,   Lim led   iu'Ourin to  B|'j������y f r girmln>ion  ������.n Ion e the fol-iiw-  In-r IW, jb .I foi'tclioro limiUi  0 'luuio o-  iiijj ������t i pust -pl'intod at t!i������ Vor h Wea  n pno- ..f  'oe 841, ait'.mt il   iu   I'r wn  <,>nit20 Ki.pnt. I>ln riot, '��������� in o uv������r Is  Und, t'Hi'O inad'iu iiody ml W��������������� ni*y  .'ircctioii  iiiiuiu higli w^ior ma k In  h  |..ii;t lO-fostW-pt  of <\\c lion'b West  o rn i* i f snid Liit "4 , I w oi in a Htrrrgi t  lin in tlin |mu 11 f oomme umi e.t, .md  n nt i (iw 1(1.5 no ��������� n m th ur lo s.   L<o>-  t d d niii 211th, IMI.  Njhckihi* Lakk I^ikmsu Co., Ltd  KrA.II s'l'KAi.RV. Ajrn.  of V 'uaniver, H. v., Lngit*f.  Vt������  cuvcr, A\Ml J5ti, 1009,  ���������(���������*!*K������H-'H~:>!*'M*^^HHW^HhH>^  | Cumberland Livery  :: and Feed Stable...  vm**-'*** etmAwmme.  r/iSP nr S'i'KAYHU -Otic-  tow fuiui Mm, HavwoiidV; raiu'ti.  Ini jjrey neck ami rchli.sli lc^*������  below the knees. Anv information please leave al this ollice.  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  ���������SMepasSBaaBSiaHHMiiMVMBHWilMMBSMMHMMaHa  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : AM,  KINDS   wood  and Coal  J Hauled  *\* Duiiitmuir Avenue  CUMBKRI^AND,   B. C.  T^T'T III f  "vTcci'i VhemlMUM������  7������4 Ormt Knqlttk t{Um*4r.  Tenes andlnvlawates the whole  NOTIOE.  Riding on lecomotiYes and  rail  way curs of the  Union Colliery  Company-by any person  ur per-  ions���������axcept tain crew���������-iti strictly  prohii Hod.   Employees are sub-  ec to dismissal for allowing sam*  By order  Francis D. Lima  Manafei.  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  Cook's Cottoo Root CoopetMl  ���������The treat Uterine Tenia, aal |Lm..,i������ik������  nu^^ifisaiw^^ i Vancouver,  m*(\fr  at*,.���������,-,  Wgmi  7    t-TT   Brepa'4 eo  9se>liMUN0s,^M&rsr������iT. 6*  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  For the Spring Trade  Tested Stook, Seeds fur Farm  Garden, or Conservatory,  TBSTKD STOCK  from the ben growers in England  Franca, UolLind, United States  and Canada.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees,  Small Fruits, English Hollies,  lirowu in (he only part of tba Am-  eiican continent not infected  with the San Jose scale  Our trees du not havo to be fumlga  ted and cunsequrntly damaged  8pray Pumps,"  Fortililers, Bee Supplies, Sprajing  Msterinli. Cut  Fl iwers. eto.  167 page CATAWGUIFRBI.  M.   J,    HENRY  Ores 'houses, lead Hous������s audi foet  OfBoe Addre.s,  8010 WIlTKUriTtBEOAD,  Branch Nursery, fovtk Taaeaaver.  ���������    B.C.  1 COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Not ice that Fraser Hirer  Lumber Co., Limited of Fraser  Mills, B, C, Occupation Pawmill  and Lumber Company, intends to  apply for permission to lease the  following described land.��������� -. ���������  'Commencing at a post planted  about 750 feet distant and in a  southeasterly direction froin the  southeast corner of Lot 83, Comox  District, theuce 1500 feet South  49 degrees, 44 minutes East,  thence 500 feet North. 40 degrees  16 minutes Best, thenco 1500 feet  North, 40 degrees, 44 minutes  West, thenoe South 40 degrees 16  minutes Weat, to point of com*  meiiemeiit and containing 17.2 a-  cres more or less.  Dated 26th February  1909.  Fraibb Ritib Lumirb Co. Ltd.  Week^sii eerrioe between Taaeeaver,  Kaasiaw, Unioa, Ceatoz,>y tb*  efcial Clyde bailt twin aerev  , eleaw "CpWICMAir  ialliaf aa aadee���������  LeaTea rearer, l^tarday ��������� 9 at  Arrivaa Xaaaisae, 8atanlay is f m  Arritea Ualoa, Nanlay t a ���������  Anriraa Ceiaez, Sia4ay ��������� a aa  ,,.: Reiuraiaf:���������  Leans CeiMX, aaaday 4' e at  Leae-ea Craiea Itaa-lay ttm  Artires Naaaimo, Swday 11 sa  Arrives Taaoeafer Meaiay T ara  :. State leare������:Uatoa far Caaberlaad treaty San-lay moraiag oa arri-ral of "COW-  ICHAK;" aad leares Oaasberlaasl Hotel  af ly as, eoaaaeUaf with ateaasar at  'Usien.!1'.'  4,b  NOTICE is bareby givtn that  one uooth from d*ta I Ipteed t*  apply to the Superintendent of Pro  vincial Police, Viotoria for a re*  newal of Ibe Hotel Lieonse held by  me for the Elk Hotel, eituated at  Comox, B. C.  QaoaoK Q. Macpoaatc  Dated 80th day of April, 1900.  NOTICE it hereby giteu that  oqe month after date I intend to  apply to the Superlateodent cf Pro  Vincial Police, Victoria ior a renewal of the Hotel Liceaaa held by  me for the Courtenay Hetel, eho������*  ated at, Courtenayi B. C.  Jokji R. Jounft&i  Dated 30th day.of April, 1909.  ���������Nll������MIMnil9M������  ! immwiieimt  i^un?ra;I^Direc^  tor arid Em-  r  bailmer  NOTICE it hereby giten that  one mouth from data 1. intend to  apply to the Superintendantof Pie  rinclal Police, Viotoria for a renewal of the. Hole! License held by  me for the Spring Inn Hotel, situated on Comox Road, B C.  John H.Pikst  Dated 80th day of April, 1909.  NOTICE il hereby given that one  month from date! intend to apply  to tbe Superintendent of Provincial  police, Victoria iota renewal of the  Hotel License held by me for the  Union Hotel, situated nt Union, B.  c.   _. .....:.:.;.  8AMCBL C. Da?IS  Dated 80th day mt April 1909;  NOTICE ii hereby given that  m ^������Mss������ Ji������*  ������������������wlB| ������ remssSUttoas!  C������r������AUl> Attwaelexl tw.  Cumberlaitd, B. C.  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday i  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and alio 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  Cue Ykuc,  Sandwick.  apt Manna  DceiaNe.  e sssSIm a sf eteh sn4 SnesrliHliM  " - iftsiir mt oMnKin free edsthi  CoeymoMTeAo.  3*1 sn4 SnesrliHlMi me;  r Mir oiiinK.n frse "fisthsr aa  WrjSuij*tbtt.f*������������Be������l#a.  niim.'i t^*mtmtv.*t*mmmt*.  it.ini.it Muaa noo.reesTve  - Mmpee, n.    "  SdMtiftc American.  IVfAdh'&*������***'**��������� ���������^wb>������lljiew*������s������^efs.  Pekiu Ducks���������K^gs for salo  fnmi Ptlr.o bred stock 92,00 |������er  silting uf 11,18.50 for two.  Totilouao Oeese���������Eggs 60c  each.  Mis. ll. C. Nixon  Denman Island.  Whan In Oourttnay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenlenee for guests.  Tbe Oentiat Hotel fer Iperteeaea  None not tbe Best ol Wines and Liners  COMOX LAND DISTRICT.  Take Notiee that Fraser Hirer  Lumber Oo. Limited of Fraser  Mills B. C., Occupation 8swmills  and Lumber Company, intends lo  apply for permission to leiie tho  following described  land:���������  Commencing at tho northwest  corner post of District Lot 169,  Comox District, tbeace north 40  degrees 16 roinntesEast, 1000 feet,  thenee south 44 degrees 46 minutea Bast 3500 foet, thonco Sooth  40 degrees 16 minutes Wost 1800  feot moro or less to high wator  mark, thenco northwesterly follow,  log tho said high water mark to  to tho point of eommennement a  distant of 6500 foet mora or less,  containing 140 acres-more or less.  Dated tho 6th. day of March 1909.  Fbamb Kivbb Ltmaaa Go. Ltd.  NOTICE TO; CREDITORS  Creditors of tbe late Elizabeth  Dwyer, formerly of the New Bug  land Hotel, Cumbecltod, are noti  fied to forward their claims  against tht estate to the under*  signed on ot before the ut day  of June, duly verified with par  ticulars uf auy securities held by  them, and are hereby notified  that after the laid date, the under  signed will proceed to distribute  the estate, having regard only to  such claims as shall then htwc  been brought to her notice.  Vancouver, April 39th 1909.  Maroaut Tayloi  Administratrix  By her solicitor!  Messrs McNeil A Bird,  619 Granville St, Vancouver B.C.  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of Pro  vincial Police!, Viotoria for a renewal of the Hotel Licence held by  ino for the Lome Hotel, situated at  Comox, B.C.  : Fi-oaraci M. Curra  Dated 30th day cf April 1909.  NOTICE ilbere������> given that  one month from date I intend, to  apply to the Superintendent of Pro  vincial Police; Victoria for a rsuewal  of the Hotel Lieeuca held by me for  tho Riverside Hotel, situated at  Courtenay, B. C.  O. H. Fbchmb  Dated 10th day ef April, 1909.  NOTICK is hereby given .that  one month from dste I. intepd, to  apply to the Superintendent of Pro  viccinlPglice, Victoria for attnewsl  of the Hotel License held by me for  Wilson Hotel, situated at Union  Bay, B.C.   JllO, JTUMPHWJY  Dated 30th day of April. 1009,  NOTICK U hareh^ given that  one month lifojf d������t������ 8 Jntowd to  apply to the'ftaperititoc^ontof Pm  vincial Polire, Viotoria for a renewal of the Heiel Lioenso held by tu*  for tbe Palmer Hotel, ttiHiatej al  L'ayue Sound, B. 0.  Jamm B.Day  Dated fOib day of ApriU909i  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date we intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  renewal of the Hotel License held  by ui for the Nelson Hotel, situated at Union Bay, It, 0,  K*Asgii & Bishop  Dated joth day of April 1909,  at ihe Hir.  ftATU  RtASONABLI  John Johnoton,   Prop  Subscribe for     ;  The News1  An  pays.  &  1 1  Try it.  News Get your Job Printing  !clone at thc News.  lUpeat it���������Shllo's will earo m-f  coughs tnd colds.  FOR 8ALR-^od potatoes,  Nomnton Beauty, ei&ieen days  eerlier than Early  Rose, an immense fielder. Prioo  bt, por pound; it hj mail add pos  tage. L������rger lots at redeeed pri-  ees. All orders will rtoeivi my  prasapt aitoattof.���������������D. Ifia,  *h  LAMD MQltrmT A0I.  Ia Us nstier at tn srrlieeMee fer Dspll*  sate UfVBeatae o( Title te let LI* V,  saoMoo Tt, sal ���������., Wt fraetieaal. aai  ���������.I, hseteast \% et settles������,  teajbshly I, (man fit O) Ooteot Die  ���������     tilet.  ���������OtUJBWteietyftve* +**%* m my  isteatls* attkeesMftttlenefeoe waste  I rem date ef las lisl faMieaUat kerset te  I see Daytieate G'Hifeatee et Title te e*  have lee-Is Issaed te tIear;OeebUe������.  QaUlaaoetleTth ****mi*t, MM, Tlh  IprltlW. aadlikOHoher IMS, and  asmberet rssfaslifely lltlfa, tOUe tel  ISetfe.  Uad rUahtry Otem, Yjtlpr!* A l\  tlM������r4day*talarek, 1M������.  I. V. WOOftOV  Bsglaisar-4MM9al otftMso.  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES!  Aa4 all KITCHEN    UTtKBIl* <  Sportsmens Goods  ���������������4  Tho Cnmberlaad Hall ii being  MtftHl ap for a roller *Vatifig r\*th.  GcMril Hardwire  notiox.  Any porion or ptrtoni found  cttting tiabtr or Mwiitg blocks  oo ny property adjoining J. H.  Hktt'a on tW Courtenay road*  will be proteetted according to  Um. II. Pern, Lake trail.  Cottitftay, B. C ..gqwy .emu,.'.?���������>'**') i.1 i|J'M *\t*f ���������&**���������*-*-**-������  {'���������\<'*\<~'-*-'\ci  m& $ffiW& Ct^'ftftl^BtD; BifclTISH GQLUMttm  :'i'  -      _ ��������� >���������������  'l  Iti.'*     K.���������   .1   Af:fl j  U Aier Hn,k l.isi Friiia> n>-ght w-s!  ���������   uiv. a- in every respeul.     A f.v'li I  or ljf-i.rn h'jis  In   attendance   and  the mtny jpcptaiors while listening  -" . '. (;i..l.nv strains vvutchjwl feats  in mailim pir.'ormfid by   Mr. Ben  iru^t'il-nt i*������nnot   be excelled   on  llio   l\it-i< C   Coast.    Many   other  g������'id sk&u-ro were present nnd lb*  eveainjj w.is enjoyed  >y oil.  Kurt on l!ro9.  ���������il-uis, est' iHte  \i iklings uf an  ii*8t cHiss "manner, lit moderate  prices, Addross post' offlcd, Outn-  bej*lHtid, \l. 0,  wiii draw join-'  on,   Biid   erect  y  description,   in.  '^f-f. WjATmif', Parker, representing  th������������B/C', Telephone OoM is in  tywii. iu the interest of that Com  l*uy** ���������  The Ludios of the Macctih'ebs are  holding a social on Thursday oven*  lug, in tho K. ot P. Hall.  -Married���������On April 2lst, 1909,  ft the Catholic Churchy Comox,  hy the Bev. Father M������������'teus. C.  Cyrel i'ifircy, to Ruth AnnpDug-  ������a������*  .... .     ,      ������������������'���������; ���������>'* .���������'���������������������������*  Keiuemb'er auction sale Saturday night M'sly ; loth at * McLean  ���������Jtlje jewellers.  ICSGd H������ad;otCatUe ..  . every year are obtaiaed-from  one of our ranches alpae fer  making BOVRl L. Thia now*  ber is supplflsentaiy to large  number* slaughtered In Australia ������*4 New ZeeJand to  provide-thtiaw material (or      *���������:'  -   >ovri&������ :.:;        i .... ���������  To save cost of transportation  the first processes iu the  . manufacture of BOVRIL are  carried out where the cattle  are raised at our turn fact*  Aries oa our Cattle ranches.  Talc*  BOVRIL.  A frieud wbo howeverf.is not very  we 1 acquainted in -Cumberland,  advised ua to poet a.Jot.of rales in  our rink, but we were pleased .t.o.ie  ply that the majority of the-people  of Curchprlnnd were ladies ami gen-  lemen who knew how to conduct  themselves ai;d where, and such  posters wpre unnecessary, '1 he following is the list he handed to us.  No unoking .alliwecl.; profane or  obfeene language must not be ased;  gentlemen .will skate with hats removed j don't spit on the floor;  <lonU throw matcl.tu or oilier nuisances on the floor; loud whittling  or eliouting must not be pfsjjjiced;  skaters will skate in order and not  P-%������B.9T P.uMn.arhe*d, ������i Pfle. allQther  Now we are no*going to.offend'our  patrons'iby''porting any such noli  tje*, and we wish our little rink ip  be a place of ) .faithful enjoyment  and conducive of godd *in every re-  ppec't. ' Thanking you fof your patronage. Your* earnestly,  The Cumbkbland Rink Props  ��������� ^y *f* mZf^e'r-'mf-mmfl  s-'ui&>&3   2^i^S^^'������)^^^S^lS^  eiay  The Goodfc ar.e Going Fast.     Come Early and  v get First Choice, or Don't Blame Me if: the  Goods are Gone that yoy want.  I McLE AN  Jeweler  ^<Mmmtt<ittr������������m*Ai<i������'-d ^������^^������*<^'^<^s������^i^xt������������y  ffttaasaa'ae'^ ���������*���������-*���������**-AAem,eeei ��������� ���������  *       THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  CUMBERLAND. B.C.,  CUi'i?ai.. $4,600,000 Assets,   853,000,000  JiEPotn-t, $58,000,000  Reserve, 85,300,000  Money Orders ~<������-  I  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>>     ���������*������������������������������������������������������  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers ia Fresh and Salt Meatsaud Farm Produce  AH Orders Promptly Delivered.;..  R. Webster, Manager.    \  ���������ooooooooooooooooooooo  I  Geo, Tarbell'arrived homa  Tuesday's  boat,  n\  by  Dr. Parry*, W. Campbell, John  ���������__lPjgrcy'-������nd-- Matt   Pier������y    were  passengers by  Fiiday's .oxjigoing  steamer,  Cumberland Ambulance  ^      Class.  tRESEl.T8_.of EXAMIJUTIOS   HjXIl   IK   ClTY  The output of eoai for Union  ��������� r u  n   t..   a     ���������* i.    M.L.Brown   80  luinoe. of li, C, tar Apr.! *���������������- ������, Joe Horbury   m  ^28, - -l-OlinB. Pnrnhim 72  *   ���������-mm-  .*r    -m.  .D,-Nellist-        -07  Between six and so*ren������hnn*h*ed j K*;;Jty������es       flT.  ���������dollars Intro .been raised up tu date ^Mefrifleld,, 71  ,     n.\i    .������ , . I Jno; HArbury.'bS  for 2-tth of May colorjmtion,   ,      j���������0. Brown ��������� -^M'  Cwncil Ciumiikrs, ArKiL26, 1909  SENIOR'CLASS.-        '  Written. Praotiaal. Average %  .. Birth���������Ou .Monday,   Mny 3rd  the wifo of Ti -Cnrey, ������, daughter.  Birth���������On Thursday, Mny fith  at Unioit Baj*, tho wife of J. KuJ-  iiber/-a son;; v.- - .   ���������  95  90  oo  85 :���������.  .85.  73  65  70'  JUNIOR CLASS.  '*'*   A' '��������� ' ������������������    .-���������'*" ^     - ' *  ,   '^,/iyijiember .auction sale iratiuv.  "'tlojy.-ujgh^ .May 15th at Mctaan  * * * . ��������� <;:    .' i ���������  chain) the luckct contains a \>hoto.  ..j^^jl^wjy-.piettiioro^irn s������h)e to  B. G.Krflrett  P-. Acton- ..,>  :. ..      -*'���������*,. ���������*���������  J. Webber  K. P������rkins  J. Ast n  J. WiUisms  O, Oiwald  L. Cft#thoro  A^frfcliiai  0:Shuw  tljis.oniy  *.>  i'x.   ���������' ������������������  .1.  ���������KOiji aAJiK^-A htnjtt'in ftrft  ���������jUhh fcoiuliiipn, bos patent K������:rews  ta>ke������p etiiiigi ,fro;n. slippii g, A  euapT-will sell for |15 cash. Apply  ���������%*i, KbwsOIUc������, ... ..  Writ.  Hi  ��������� m.  "87  ������1  70  *B  65 .  to  "GO '  B0.  Prim,  P5  80  65  70  65  70  65  0*  'to  . 50 ���������  87J  85  .81  76  76 .  73 -  GI  04'  '���������Av, %'  81 i  73  71  65 j  64  C7i  6S  ia"  ���������  60 ���������  Junior Class.  Ques, i.���������What is a fracture;  a sprain, and a dislocation? Give  sigus and symptoms -of a simple  fracture of* leg bo'hes; what jire  cautions would you take lo prevent making it a comppuud fracture^ . j*     v. ..   . *  Ques. n.���������-What is blood;  where does it change its color  ��������� from blue to red and from red to  blue? How would you tell when  bleeding from artery; from vein,  aud from, capillaries ?  Ques. 3.���������Draw a +plan of  main arteries from middle of upper arm to finger tips on palm,  marking best points to apply  j>ressur<r toanest hemorrhage;  also from back oTEieelo silFof  foot. .���������'."���������  Ques. 1 v.���������Give first aid treat,  ment in fainting; electric shock;  sunstroke and burns.  Ques. v.���������State treatment in  case ot poisoning from rat biscuit  carbolic acid aud lye,  SUffUBHT  -���������SOAP���������-  Do you know the difference  between working and having  the work done toe yen ?  Sunlight Soap actually makes  tha dirt drop out���������save* you  time end money���������but  Injures  neither handa nor  clothes. That  is  just  the  difference  b e t w e e n  Sunlight Soap  ���������nd ordinary  soaps.  Follow  Directions  '���������FOR SALE: Thoroughbred  stallion ''Little Mid"-Very reaa-  somible; Apply Box 5li9 Victoria.  '���������������  tmtmwmej.  Repeat    U���������Shilo's   ftllt'U   will  ftWvays mire tny nought umi cuhlB,  ,* W,-j. IJ; Stringer- upliolsNiriug,  -Mattrees niaking and rupnir*.; now  JjOnnges and M'tttrosses ninilo to  ordor, ,  :������������������ N. !|,���������Carpets taken tip, uloaii  ��������� ed and relnid, ,      '  Ofder* Uikon ut thu Kui'iilture  WANTKD-Tnutfg mw������: with  * W. Merrifield and ,11, Q. Everett wjnp.  ers ot raedallioni, previous luoilnl wiuno'rn  ilo^nrrsd trom e-nnpetitiou tor medals.  Strotoher aeotion���������K. O,  Kvorett,   B.  :Parkl,n,*0. Oswald, A. Meaohitn.  EXAMINATION PAPRR.  .   ..    .Senior, Class.  Ques. 1,���������a.   How many bones  ��������� are there iu, ist in the differ*  ent parts upper extremities, 2nd  lower cxtrwijities, 3rd  in spiue,  b, Give i^igns and symptoms  of a compound fi;aptur.q, .What  precautious would you hike in  rendering first aid to compound  fracture?.   .,  Ques. it,���������������, Trace briefly  circulation qf.a blood,cqll from  left ventricle to end pf big toe  nnH back to storting point, telling what structures it passes  through, b, ,i)iye yotti; uietli  oils nf ���������rreit of bleeding iu cut in  front of arm.  Ques. in.��������� State briefly treat  meut of stroke; epileptic fit; cou  -I't.urth Whsi Kn������l������ieer.(;or.lfi,,ntej vuU.01j> }fl g Q*m    ^^ fft|U|  wjks���������uiRlHjrmont. Apply nt, thU!bl|r||J|. Wf^f||f from ,|ow,  Jor-  jeign botly in child's throat...   ,  j    Que*,;;ivi������*������Teill4   what  .   Arthur H.   McBride, of   New  m ' "  .  >Vcfjtiiiinistt'r, a pioneer of tho pro-  vince who .wasmost highly. respt'e-  )ed by n largo circle in the' province and who for years was war  den of the ponitentiary at  New  Westministeri died   suddenly   on  Tuesday last. Uis son, Hon. llich  urd MoBride was requdiiited with  the fact early this morning and in  company with Mrs. McBride left*  for Now  Westminster oii Tuesday.  Mr. McBrido was found dead in  bed nt his home in New WestmitM  ster on Tuesday. He retired in his  usual health and wa������ at tho May  day celebration last week. The do.  censud gentleman was li years of  age, ���������   ���������  NEW  Kotiue is hereby Riven tbat Thirty  Dnys after dnte I intend to apply to  .he Hunourable Chief Cimlm'Bsioner  ot Liiids aud Works tor a License to  prospect f������r eoai and vetri.lcnm nu-  riir thu following desoribed lauds situnt>  in Sayward Distilat, li, O , cotnm������*"?*"g at  a poat on the baok of tho Campbell River  opposite the S. E, post of lot iG-l, Thence  due North SO onuius moro or less to the  N, K. oorner poat of said lot 101. Theuce  due west 110.70 chains nioro or 1*88 to the  X W. corner of snid lot 104. Tliimoe  m.utb 30 olininn, TJibiicd due east (10,70  chains moro or leas to pluoa of coininenoe-  raeut.  Dated thia Oth dny nt Mm eh ]fl������<l,  K   I'MBST.  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling,  Francs, Marks, llnblos  ������������������Liros, Kronen, etc   Payable All  OVer   the; World.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.'-  A<. bTnETHERBY, manaokr.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������    ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  i  ��������� 1  ���������a^^^O m emmta\*t99*m*t  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CDAOB TO   OSbEH AMD  IN ANV STYUE YOO U1ISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prioes From $20 to $40.  CUM BERL AN D,  B. C.  Are You  A WINNER  ������������������^You-are-if~y-ouJiftxe,A_d&ldic^^ one of the num ���������  bers he'.ow. If you bold a lucky number mail it to wTt nnd'Tou^ill'Tc^'  ceive a beautiful 109 piece dinnerset. Hui remember  you are ae likely  to win next month on \his month's coupon, io save your coupons and  collect as many ������s you can.  37199  40791  49684  29102  498313  45220  46230  30848  47854  45224  Royal Standard Flour is a winner any way. It is the purest and  best flour made. Kvery 491b sack contains o coupon eniitling the holder "o a clmtice to win one of tni beautiful and cosily dinner sett" given a wny each month. Gather loo coupons, and watch this gpuc-i for an-  nounceiiiOut**.  Vancouver  Milling & Grain  VANCOUVER,   li. C.  Co., Ltd.  NOTCH ii hereby giren that the uudir-;  iiguid intend to npply nno month ifor  the date of tbo Brut publi.iaiioi <>' (IiIhnotico to thftCliiveraor-iii-Oiiun������il In** approv j  al ol the pUn������ and flito of a proponed boimi;  ing ground iu Comox Harbor in tliu Dm* >  trl t of Comox, Va uouvur Inlatii, JJri'isb j  Columbia. !  AND NOTICB it n'flo ������huu tlut a ph..  of the proponed worka together witb a de '  nut ipiion of the Hltohavi been dopomtcd !  in the t.flloo of ths MinUter ot Tuhlio  Work* at Ottawa, aud iu tha oflloe ot the  Diatriot Ki-glstrar of Landi in tha City of j  Viot.rm, Proviuoei.f UrltUb Columbia.    ;  Paled ihii Kith day ol Maroh, 1U00,       |  KHASEU 1UVKH LU.M IIKU CO.    !  FOR SATiE���������Kgga for lintcli-1  lug, R> C. Uliodo Island Reds j  91 .SO per setting ot IU. Ivcnve|  orders at station ns soon as possible j  as only n limited number will be.  wM-F, Dolby.  . *Mw.  M^Bp������HM|NaMVWfa*  won ut uo in case ui c.ii'.M uf r  yoti  V i'.i  ,       . it.wn i\r\       i      ,      WUMin ,uu iu vast ui v-.iUM ui ������.  y������.������  r-m^^W^m   ^^;puis0u,(lbykuuauuuit  by' l>e,  toi\,Al.e,NolJapiown,    ...    ,' ' ������  mercury tablets.  ' (>,WAtehini*pK* from dsrk Irown, * Q","* . V .--Oive^ signs and  li,uru..gi.W-^^^:.-. yiAmU*i\]'AU)\)Xoim of fractured thigh;  priw wrniie*'. Vm,������������n vor .'Kahili- !itate featiawit of* soiue.   li  in  ' \ldi.: JJfl������������ ilOt'i f-V H.w\\lt\tct ^J'"1'1 ������W������t;������lfcWcatiwt or frac  *}  v\-m*4^f***%.xYim\-^m*^^^^  j|  q^ "* '' ���������'���������**    '���������>���������"-*    '"   to Mapij 'in .$  v, ���������*%* \ \.  Ud yoo intiad to purohaia a n������w Ttioy.  el* this msioo? Ws have ovar Twsuty  Diffarant Modili tochooM from,  Your attaalloit li called to our Covaa*  try JloadiUr, a ipl.mlid Kufliih Hio>������ls,  |&5,   Oown'ry Thrsf Sj.-joiJ, only III7.W  Wa sell EngHab, Csaadtnn sad Antri-  ovoWb.aU irom J������ to ������I15.  Onrn.il ths best repair shop in Vivtorii,  and oor workmen airs all txp������rtn at tho  inmi'inim.    tttt, ua do your rspnirlatf.  (Md wliaala taken oa nsw onei, Auoota  wanted in anrenrasaauu unnur).  Write or vail oa ns at our nsw atora.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  rrPHTWAL OYOLB  DEPOT.  1110 Govt., St., Opposiia ������pnooat*a  t*i OareieUieViontterBioyole Store.  VICTORIA,       B O,  floai Shocking  A Choice selection of Uattatt and Sea Grass Rockers  and Arm Chairs. A Complete New Stock of Enamel  and Tinware, Headquarters for Liuoleums and Wall-  Paper, of which we carry the Largest and Best assorted  Stock in the dUtrict.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  A. MoKinnon  FOR 8AI,E���������1������0 acres of land  25 acres clashed, 11 acres olenred,  frame houm 18 x Zft x ]0, small  orchard, For particular* npply at  this olllco or to K ttr'evo, Courtenay, 11. 0.  FOUND -On"April . >���������. nl*'*  'ily's fft'r capt *n** child's h\t, un  r^trith Awn������e, t.ppo ������* tV  McthcxtistOhtirch. Own r can  "11.1,v? tatmmm hf calling at I'm of*  flee *ii������l proving pro|**u.  * m W "-  RrmiMmlti'MMtfivH' wle1-*V'ir.  ���������'**, n?* t My i*uli������ lie *���������*���������*  \-,* ^f.trtH������t  t  Rover Motor Cars  N������w nnU aua4i'������ut������������fJ Pram *<SOO  *  .. Uttsc cekbr������ya������ are -written ������1owit from $tooo  te  ro* away below cost.to make roomJor. uyo*j 'model*.  L  Pltmleyt-AuftiCompany  Victoria.  ���������mm*mm**m*m  Not wly I*   It  n   xxlon  mild'  minokc, but Ihe  "Orntid n������k������"l  Ci^ar   lins all  those   necessary  qualities which (five  so much'  satisfaction to the smoker. i  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  NOTICK:-No h<1s will l������c  changed uftor Monday noon of each  week.  ���������HIIMIHUMIHIIII     lUMMIIHHIHPWH  CUMBERLAND TAILOR :  Tho lliy Storo have opwiod  up  ���������    very     handsmne     millinery j  parlor   sudor the management of  Mim K. Kretnitiu:, latii of  Me*sr*|  Hnllergtow A* Co. I.til. of battle.  8. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  ;   RcpiHif, it   Kl.ilnV will eure my  cuugb* mid Ofhii.  r  Udies* and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from lao to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.


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