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 t    (.  i&*Ci* r>v > ���������*���������"*-**>* ��������� <c-'e *���������  .- -*. *-���������*���������/���������  y  v  \V*>   I  Reserve yourself for the Young Britons' Grand Masquerade Ball on Monday, October lSttf^lQQ^  e cui  NEW^  **  1*  A. ,'t>  The News, Eighteenth Year,   *  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests, of Comox District*  ' '    V       CUMBERtAND  B. C, TUESDAY, OCT. 12 1909 ' -.���������'";  Subscription $2.00 a Ykar,  AT THE  Big Store  Grand Fall Opening  Fall & Winter Goods  Wheu we respectfully ask your inspect ion-of  our   large tip to-clate and exclusive    stuck  of merchandise for the coming season,,  INCLUDING:���������Costumes, Mantles. Raincoats, Dress Skirts,-Dress Goods, Furs, Millinery, Children's" Headgear, Silk Blouses,  Flannelette wear; complete line of Ifouse-  Funushings, etc, Ready-Made Clothing,  Clothing to. order, full line of Gent's Furnish  ings, Fall hat's, new line of Slater's Shoes etc;  COME IN Als'D  LOOK AROUND.  -No-t-rouhle-to-show-you-all���������the-iiew���������th-yigs/  whether yqu waut to buy or not.  Tele pliQiijQ No, 38.  SIMON LEISER  & Co.,- Ltd.  DUNfSMUIR AVKNU1S CUMBERLAND  tESSSBTBTXi,  ��������� t'i* ��������� ������'  Come aM See  Our up to date slock of FALL & WINTER COODS.    AJnrge line of Ready*';  Made Garments   for ladies and childreti.:  also piece goods. *  Children'* Strong School Sho-e������  and Rubbery      For IVIeiS Boot������  ond Shoes of all   Kind*,   Hat������,  Clothing* ready-made antl to or  d0t*l Glov������������, Shirt* and Under*  wear,   Soeka   In groat variety* '  COMB and .BUY  ..5 per cent, discount for Gu������li or monthly  ���������'���������' pnymcnt3T?S*v  '      '**+.*****������"' ^"**w-.  J. McFHEIi&SONS^  Dunsmuir Avenue, Cuniberland." ���������  ^tr*  H.  Victims of the Extension  Mine Disaster  Laid to Rest.  Thirteen bodies were laid at rest  yesterday from tlm various church-  os, tho funerals being attended by  almost tlie entire population, Per-  haps I lio most impressive of theso  was thai of James JMolyueaux, for  murly of the Grenadier Guards,  held at St John's inlsaiou. Moly.  nean.v served in the Doer war and  was tho holdui* of several medals,  The colfin wiib draped in the IJ.  nloti Jack and after the burial II.  I'roviii, who wa* in ���������itteiulunuu ns  bugler, placed ''The Liift Cull''  over thu grave,  The body of W, Steele was forwarded to l'tbslyit, Waiili., for interment, . * *    ,  This morning at JO a. in. tin*  funeral of VV* 'Uubiii������oii took  plaoo, At t o'clock the roiiiaiiiK of  Meyliew 1111 Salo wore intoned,  The funeral of Fr������*d Inghiiin took  place nt 2..J0  The lown in ntlll iu a titiito of  mourning, and fjiero many aad  en*o* of iho ofTeciH of the accident  and Urrtbit* Iiw'imvciiH'iit.  Memorial service* will lw* held  ot 11TI cliii|'f������i.iij   In iiMti'viff  Tiiu Montreal Standard's Sjo-ial  Number has come to hnnd, and is  a most creditable jiroduetion. It  has 1., magnificent'cover in colors,  painted by ono of America's, best  known artists. Tbo Number .-con���������  tains nearly 150 half-tone plates  devoted to subjects of gonoral iu  terest, and lias two tiiporb pano.  ramie views of Montreal suitable  for framing. The printing is*first  class, and wo understand that  many thousands of tho is-nto have  been sent lo friends abroad.  Mr, T.  Bickle, left by Thurs.  day's bont.  Mr. and Mrs. Abo, Heywoojl  and con, arrived liouie by Friday's  boat,  Mr. and Mrs. T. Piket. of Den-  man Island, arrivud by Friday's  boat.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McrrilleM.  return* 1 to their homo at Nanai--  1110, hy Tlinrsdny's bont.  Mrs, .1. N. Me I,ood was n pn*  senger by Thursday's boat.  ������������������  We Self  For Less  i  J. N. ncLEOD!  For Less  We Sell  flHW DflESS GOODS FOI* FRhh.  Splendid Shouting.  The display of New* Fall Dress Material* will interest every intend  mg purchaser, whether you require inexpensive or liij>Iiclass fabrics, by  all means inspect our stock.   Two noteweithy items follow:-���������  SATIN STRIPE SUITING���������An. attractive tailoring fabric of  good weight and finish, conies 46 inches wide in newest shades at $1.00  a yard. DRESS TWEEDS���������Comes in pittty shades and 48 inches  wide.   Wc make th's line our leader in dress jjoods, ON LY 75c. a yard.  Large assortment of Flannelettes, Wrapperettes and -Kimona  cloths, prices ranging from loc. to ?5c. a yd.  We also wish to meniion -ye have just received a large assortment  o( Hosiery and Underwear and will quote you a few of the many lines  at prices that cannot be beaten:-���������  Penman's Natural Wool, No. 95, $1.25 garment  "    Heavy Underwear, 75c aud Si 00 garment  11   Fleece Lined,   50c   aud  60c   garment  Come one i.nd all to the Corner Store, you will find what you want  and  can count on price and quality being riijht. y  THE CORNER  STORE  Dunsmuir Avenue,*. CUMBEIiLAND, B. C.  ELGINS & WALTHAMS  a  The Jeuueieir  Removed Next the Royal Bank, Cumberland  DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE.  The lojCai branch of tho Development League had a woll.attended meeting, on Monday night  Considerable! business of groat importance to the cityj'of which it  is rather too premature to''speak.  The League is planning'to give a  big.''smoker'''' ou Saturday tlio  28k!.. :'  HOSPITAL SATURDAY.  Saturday next, in the day when  the miser will have to lemnin indoors, and tl.fe day when the man  w.10 pinches the eagles on the  doDnis, until they scream, will  have to grin in spite of the fact  that oue of these birds have flown  into the  coffers  of tlic 0 & U  Hospital. Iu other words only  the generous hearted and liberal  minded will dare show face, out*  doors on Saturday ndxf, Apart  from the object in view, there is  a compensation to all liberal and  cheerful givers as the ladies who  will do the collecting have tht-  happy knack of re-einbunsing the  donator with a "cheery smile,"  It is up to eveiybody to have a  ���������'smile."  mmm*  It. Urant, M. P. P. has left  at thi������ olllco n ������i.i������������pl������> of 'be Huest  potatoes wu have   seen   or nit en,  ���������life ,��������� ,���������.,��������������������������� ,.,. ),:  1    iv  \  X  r  MAROeCHIBROS  GROCERS   &   BAI  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OLIMBERLANO bottling WORl  doubt if I hero aro finer iu the district.  Agent* for Union Urewing Company's UKKR aud  PORTER.      Whohmie IV^len in all Kind**  Wines and Liquors.  ' SECOND    STREET  i-m*-m\*m  Kew  liiifs of Childrens    and  Mil",**:*' J.n'u'b u'..d   ITUW't'A ������t ihi-  *m*i*im,  ���������m-mm-m   11 '.i   nlwli nrriv.nl l������nitn*  I, by Wu������li!������'**  Nights Made Hideous  by Howling Dogs.  ���������~*���������  The following Uciippt*d ttom one  ol our exchatigeB which npplius very  nppropriatiily to (Jumboi'land:-  "Dnjii ard ko plentiful in eertnin  sections, nnd sn nnisiouily inclined,  thst citizens who have 1 vm] on ilia  prairies and listened to t.iglitly concerts in an Indian fncani| moat and  lo ihe coyotes in tbu bluff* will fe->l  ot home. David ilitrum i-ayd that  "IIubh are good for dogs, for (hoy  ke������p him from lliinkin*,' that he is  k dog," but they don't keep bim  from disturbing iho neighborhood  wllh bis bowling. S'-cing tlmt tbem  is a elope ouason fur dogcr  to far as the irate citi/.uns wit 11 a  shotgun is coiiceriu'd, could not the  city fit rt Lor 1* do somullmig lu alj.tlo  the nuisance?  ��������� "i   *>������������������ ���������  NOTICB     NOTIOK      NOTIOK  People hnvo hi*n complaining tv  bout tbo water tnnliiiR peculiar.  Wo winb to ndvi������o them it in not  tbo water, but llie ten they ura u������������  ing. Try a pound of tbu fmnous  "Marigold" Tea and be eonvincod.  .I.N. McLKOD,  Dunrmulr Ave. Cunilierland  11  men's c lass  high��������� Clothing  Just received onr l������'al| and Winter Slock ot  MENS CLOTHING  AND OVERCOATS  in the well-known "Pit rite"  make, in navy blue fccre,e  and faury stripes at  $20.00 & $25.00  Come in and licve a Look Before Buying [  YOUR FALL SUIT,    f  wmmmmwemmmmmm\*mmmmmm  CAMPBKLL BROS.  t>unctTioi������������ t*V9*xU*  jX-JK.fr ill * m ��������� ^mtmmmjEmmmJmtmtmtr m  tmm......  Cumber t������mj THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tlie Cumberland S[aw8.  is.\.:i.*d   ftvery   Tuesday- by  the  Cocr>ox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company. :  This paper will uot hold' itself  ���������ivspon-nbio for the opinions of oth-  ���������'r.*, as may appear in ito coluinns  "* ;-������)i������ time to time.  TUESDAY,   OCT. 12,     11)09,  Dr. D. E. Kerr, den'tir-l, will be  a* Comox Sept., 28 th to the iJOth,  (���������oiirteriny Oct., 1st. to 10th, and  .Cumberland 10th to illat.  MADE IH CANADA  BEIT'S  -.A-yz*?:  ;9%  ���������Grade  Guaranteed Chemically Pare  SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CASS  Same Prico as the poor  Adulterated Kinds  E. W. G1LLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  KOTICE  Every Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds'ofVejjetabl.es.  nnd also 20 tons of potutues; will  sell cheap.  Chid Yi-uk,  Saudwick.  TAKE NOTICE thut 80 days  after tint-- I intend to apply to the  Hon. 'Die Chief Cotiitnis-duner of  Lauds for a license to pi'ui-pectfoi*  coal and petroleum on in mid under  tbo lands situate on the foreshore  of llnpeit District mure particularly described as follow*:.���������Commencing at a post plan-tod at the  South West comer 'of Suction  Twenty-four [24] Township (2).  in ihe said District; thence South  Sixty-four (6-i) chains more or less  to the itforth West corner, of Lot  ~lH\,riTtjTf{Tr'[-23j-Iiirpei,t-firsti'iet*,-  thence West following, tho sinu-  osities of the shore line ut higli  watermark to a pointseveiity-fonr  174] chains due west from the  easterly boundary of llie lands  heroby applied for; thenee ".North  Fifty-eight (58) cbains more or  Jess to the high water mark on the  shore of Section Twenty-three [23]  Township Two'(2); thenee oast  seventy-lour -74- chains more or  le66 to the point of commencement,  'containing Four hundred itnd fifty  -450- acres more or less,  Dated this 21st day of  A tig. 1009  H.  G.  S. Ill'lSTfc.UMA.Nf,  PKKOY O'1,1.1X8,   ,  Agent,  TAKE NOTICK thut ������0 days  after date we intend to apply to  the Hon. the Chief Communioner  of Limdti for 11 license to prospect  for eoai and petroleum ui iu and  under tbu lands sitmiie on the  foreshoro of Kupert District more  particularly described m follows:  ���������Commencing al a pu.-������t planted  ut the South West corner of section Twenty-four (24) Township  two(2) in the said Di.sl.iiet; thence  South Sixty-four (04) e.lmiim more  or less to the north wcM eornerof  of Lot Twenty.five (2."j Uii|x������rt  .District; thence oat't following tho  siinmsities of the shoreline ut liigli  water murk to a point seventy-  four [74] diaittu duo want froin the  Woriterly bouiuUry of the lands  h'Tel������v applied for: tbenee Nortb  Seventy-idx [70] uhuiiu>; theuce  diicwtf-t tu highwatec mark ou  thi* duiro id -;iiij Section Tw'ffty-  fuur (2*1) and following ihe flinu-  Oi*|tieS of "Inn'e line to ihe puilll of  eiitniiipiii'iiineiii,   containiug   Fivu  b iri.|n������il 1 ft IU| finriw inure m* ion*.  \).At,A'\A"-'\^ .liivi.f \\yt \\m  l'.voii'ii* C<������As'i Coal Mi.su*  l������rii,  |'i.���������!! Pn.nn.d   l.iiihili't]  I'liKl'V I Hll.t.VH.  ���������a      I  Uuder New  Management.  First-Class   Board by  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been uew  ly replenished with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors aud cigars.  dames   Walters,  Proprietor  Be n It  ���������HAVE OUR���������  NEW CATALOGUE  It will help save money.  Like Leckie Shoes���������it  is superior in every way.  It shows the shoes in  Wural colois; it tells all  about each one of them;  it gives the retail prices  and tells where you can  i get them.  Send for it to-day,  J.beekie      Co.lttd  Vancouver, B. C.  PIANO TUNING & REPAIRS;  W   J.Goard, Expert Tu uer,  ���������will be heie on l^is regular trip  on or about Oct., 1st, 1909  Jf anyone tells you he is not  cawing, or that his wprk;  ia not first-class  DON'T BELIEVE IT.  The News by experience highly  recommends him.  Leave orders at News office.  ������H^mW^I,,M"W',I^'HmH*W''.|'H''-  The output of coal frQiti locql  mines for the'month'of September,  was 36,589 ton p.  LITERARY AND DEBATING  SOCIETY.  There ife a movement on. foot in  thejeity to start a library and de-  dating society. Tho membership  will be limited and a good interesting series of lectures, debates  and literary evenings will be held  throughout the winter. A meeting will be called soon' and it is  expected that everything will de  in full swing before the end of  this month.  MJIASHES  When troubled with fall  rashes, eczema, or any skin  disease apply Zam-Buk!  Surprising bow quickly It case*  tte smarting an*istiii2in8t Quickly  mum* bruises, exits, bnrnt, and  cbafing sores  Zon-Buk is m^de from pore  herbal evinces. No^dipjM ta.it���������-  no mineral poisons, finest healer. I  Dritjjii'.i   ni Stttrn.rrrryi-ihrr*.  .."'..���������   '.mmrn'mmttm  m-K.,**,' ".i".i'  CUMBERLAND, B.  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in^heir ads, not later  than Monday, as tliis will enable  the printers, to insert it in th*  next issue on the following Tiles  day.  OUhgn you QCtant a Good Cfreal  Go To  the  -K, AIDA, PROPRIETOR.*  Dunsmuit*- Ave.  Get your Job Printing  clone at the News.  Cook's Cotton Root Compouod  Tho grata Uterine Toole, nad  only gale eirccttuU Monthly  [ Regulator on .which -women oan  depend. Sold ln three degrees  ot strength-No. \. 91;, No. 2,  10 degrees stronger; |3; No. %  tee BPepUI etme*, M per MK  8613 bjr*^"draiHfl8taror"������o5|-  bf  , . ���������  prepaid  oa  rooolpt of prlot.  Free pamphlet. Address: TM  QeOKllEDt#IMlCO.,Toa6NT������. QHT. V*t-*i*rlvW*r4*t>!l  aor  O. H TARBELL  i  UGH GRADE SlOVii  V*l ������u XITCHfcN   UTl.N-.il>'  Spcrtsmens Goods  and  June 2nd, 1909.  Foreshore Leasee  Comox Distriot*  TAKB NOTICE that ''Vic'orin  Lumber and Manufacturing Company, Limited" intend >o apply  for permisfion to lease thofoltowiiu'  described foroshore lundn:*  Cominencinjj  at  8. W    come  of lot (*J)    (Indian   Ren������rvatiou);  thenco north and  westerly   along  tho high  water  mark to a  point  where tbo  boom   erossos  dough,  following boom across tohi^h wn er  rn������rl<;   thenoo   ninnn   bank   five  hundred |500]feo'. to mouih ol the  Cntirtenuy or I'untiedgo Hivor to n  pout marked  [2];    thonce   touh  Hoventy f 70] feet to low water inarkj j  ihence wh>ng low   water   mark to]  boom nuroM  rlnugh, fellow  boo.n {  east to  inn wmor  mark;  thence|  south and eusterlv along low wntor!  mark lo   place of commencement, j  lontainlng ten [10]  acres rintroor  le������,distancenboui fl] mile.  [rtlgnod] J. C. HOOKER,  A|tcnt for Vic oris Lumber and   )  Manufacturing Company, Limited, j  ltif������iv������l June 14th, 1U00. '  NEW YORK '  CLIPPER  \9 THI IRIATItT  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THE WOULD.  $4,00 Pir Year,   Single Copy, 10 Cts. \  8AMPLH Copy Pkii.  nm QUEEN PUi. Cfl.OM).  AIBWTJ TORii, PUKMHIIKIM, \  EUUUte.        ������W.SMU MT., NiwVow   !  ��������� ���������ipiinii.    i      ���������   ��������� m.mmrmmmttm-mtwmm-������wwi in  i , i i  IP   YOU    WANT   GOOD;  PRINTING   GO    TO   THK|  .NKWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK \  Singer Hewing Mnehines fir|  i'������I������> on easy terms at the NKWS!  (>Fh*HK. j  Wedding Invitations,  Visiting Cards,  Business Cards,  Memoriam Cards,  Letterheads Billheads  Show Cards,  Handbills, Dodgers,  Circulars,' Envelopes,  Dance Invitations,  Ball,  Programmes,  Circular, Menus  Receipts, etc. etc.  "Wood's Phosphodiai,  The Great English Rtmttiy.  Tones and invigorates the wholo  norrona uvutcm, xnukcn nuv  liloid In old Villus. Out*e* A'irr  out Debility, MeiUitl and Hrai-% Worry, Da  patm-mcy, Sexual Weakness. KmlnMons, Sjw?i  intdorrhara, and Effects of Abuse (n- Rteexxe.  " 'coll per box, KixforSV OnowiUpleaNo.t.A  ��������� ���������    ~ .. ^ _ nJj ^pujfgjgja or luallvi) tn  *   " "    nam-Uet   0������s  ���������formerlu Windsor) T������rontO| Ont.  rneo*i per dox, f^xiore.1. una wiupiun  wlfl cut-o. Sold by all drainrtfits or mnl  plain pice, on rocclpt ot price. Arm pari  mailed Me. Tho Wood Medlcln* O*  | General Hardv/?re j  The News  Duniuiiuir Avenue C U M HKRbAND  I  IW No necessity to -send yo\tr pTiir.inj* out of town, a*  yon can see from the above list that we are fully  prepared to cater to your w.������nts for anything yoti m%y  need in PRINTING.  \J -*/V~"  \     ?(-\l    :\\\.i:    A    h.'M   i*,.u.  ..��������� ������������������' 1*. < " -" '.  '*.pp'1)' '.< Su-\   I r-  jiju'i.trt, C������l������r!������*:*n^f U  V. j  mu  ���������mtm****tmwm-m*  Ji  .VICTORIA YACHT CLUIJ  Yiiehtsmen and lannch ownen*  desirous of joining the gliib, may  obtain apjilieation forms from (���������).  Lewellyn Wood, Coniox,  IS, II. Meiubers viiiitiiig A. Y,  F. I'x onition are excinpt. from  liiu'bour diten.  SEPTEMBER  Winners.  Thcfo are tho  iiumbem that an*  tltlo you to a 100 piece dinner ict.  COAL MINKS REGULATION ACT.  NOTIOK OF EX-AMIKATIOK,  NOTICE is hereby giveu thi.t Xxaaiiun  tions������ill I e I eld for ^st, 2i.d unci 3id  Class .Certificates of Competency under  tbe provisions of the "(\al:&lii>es Be(jnl-  otton Aot" tt N������u������imo, .Ken ie, Cirmber-  Uud snd U.xritt, on Ue 12th, 13th ������"d  14th day* of October, 1909, commeaciug  at Oo'cl. ckin the (oreucou.  The subjects will be nt follows:���������  Firat CUsa CmuV dati 8���������  Miniujf Act and Special Rules.  .  MiueGns b.  Veniikiion.  Genersl Work.  Mine Mac'umery.  Surveying. ,  Seeond .01 ms ChU<lid������t>8���������  Miiaig ActaLd Sptciul Rube.  Miue Ga������<8.  Vent'lilt oo.        .  ^_ Geueral Work.,  TbirdClas7CerriBij������te8- ~~^"    ~  MiuiDR Act aud Social Rubs.  Wine (3a������e8 uiid Giniral Work.*  Applic.thu nut be mule to the un-  derniKned not Inter thau Tutsdny, Oct< brr  Sth. HK>9, i>cc>uipm itil ly the tta uiory  fee aa follows :���������  By an n-jvlioaut for First C1������B Kx*-mit-  ation '.......810 00  Bj an A|>p ienut for S.coi d Clufs Km  .   niin tiou...... $10 CO  By nu Apvlkntiou fir Third CIbkh Kr..-  miuHtiun   $6 00  The applioation lnnat bv mmm tropurhd  by original teRtiinoultls aud evidence utat.  iu������ tb������t:--      .  (.) If n onndidate fpr First I'lnsr, tbat  lio is a British svibjtct uud Iiuh I.nd ut  toast live ytars'expeiificc In ir about  the j ractionl xtoi kiuir of a oo.J mine, and  is ut Itrnit twenty five *,e..iH ol iiiji :  (b) If a oimdklute f< r 8������tond i lass, thnt  be Ims had at lsust tl ve > e������r������' cxpnie ca  in or kboiit tlepmotcal wuiking of a  wai n.iiii;  (u) If n cuiididato for Third CIivb, that  ho bas hnd at least threo juiib* iX|tri������  uioe iu or about tbe praotio������1 work uk of  of a ooal uiioe:  (<]) A oandidit* f*r n Cirtlflunte of  Uirapetoiiry oi Munogi-r, Uvsiman, Shiit*  bttir, Fltiboss, or 8hutliKliter. iball pro*  duceo o������rtitiC4l������ fr<ui a duly quuntlt'd  mediunl jirnctltioi er ������bo**iig that he hss  tiikeu a course iu atubulauoe work ttiting  liim, tbo B*id vnntldiitu, IorI'O first aid  tn perHoni iaiund in eoai niiuhiK npoia-  tious.  By order of the Board.  *       I'ltA.NVIS ll. dllKrilHKD,  ti*.x*l*ty  N������Bsio.o,U. (J.,Ju)>8rd,1000,  SntUfrietloit ��������� Buy a "Grand  Duke" aud have natisfaelion. Vu-  iun niiulo, hand made,-ana made  from ulunr Havana Filler,  43004  57221  fi(l������77  51848  (1042*  58270  Dllll  04001  011723  50297  If you have not brawn ono yi I,  you cai'ialrly will norm. Kuril  month from the duplicates ohlie  eout'Oiis pheid in the inokn of  lt'������y������l Standard Fleur'eavtng our  tnilU, we dr,\vt ten number whon  you i-eouro oi o of lhe������e, you ara an*  titled to a dinner i*t froo cf charge,  you probably know many ol the  winner*. w.itch this paper eaoh  mouth for your turn.  Royal Standard Flour i' tbi*bf������t  anil purent   Flower in iho  raarkol  In Wfstfrit Canntfa to-day.        It  in ��������� ������U|<rlor flour-not n������rly dlf  ferent. Init nuvei ior.  ���������Manufactured hy���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, II. C.  WANTED���������������t������y������ mid Oii-U to  oi nd lor ������ Free Sntuplo Copy of  WESTKRN LlFKauduct an ���������������  (foiitn In country dlHtrietH, ' Good  I'ninniinnioii allowi'd, AtltlreM!  The Clti/."n Printing and Publikli  lug Cu��������� 2122 Gi'iiiisille Street,  Vancouver, JI. C.  60   XAAKQ'  ixpimiNoi   WffSfh  t-wiUliwillM, wmiimtwiaww. lath-  ScKMIflc flmcricatt.  gar������s������*  H. f, Vmih Tip* tlit,**" ant,  Genoml rep* ring. w*i*^^^tw?>m^^^  'mum  A CHEMICAL FURY.  FliM-ina to ��������� Rabid Gas That NothUj  Can Resist.  The tnry ot tho chemical world It  the element fluorine*, although, strangelyenough, Jt exists peacefully In com*  puny with calcium In fluorspar and  also In a few,otbor compounds.  Although this clement waa known  and .named n good while ago, it long  resisted tbe efforts of chemists to 'so-  late It���������that Is, prepare It Id a pure  state, unmixed chemically with other  enbstnnces���������for the instant tlie compound containing It was torn apart  the feee fluorine attacked and combined  with whatever substance composed the  vessel containing It. It was finally  Isolated by the great French chemist  Molssan.  Fluorine 19 a rabid gas that nothing  can resist It combines.w-lth all metals, explosively with some, or lf they  are already combined with some other  Donraetallic element It mercUessly  tears them a wuy from It and takes  them to itself.  In uniting with sodium, potassium,  calcium, magnesium and aluminium  the metals become heated, evcii to red*  Bess, by the fervor of Its eubbraca.  Iron filllngK slightly warm burst Into'  brilliant scintillations when exposed to  It Manganese docs the same. Even  the noble metals, wblcb at melting  befit proudly resist the fascinations of  oxygen, succumb to this chemical siren  nt moderate temperatures.  Glass Is devouri*d*bt once and water  ceases to be water by contact withthla  gas. which, combined, with Its hydrogen, at the same moment forms the  acrid/ glass dissolving hydrofluoric acid  andJIbeeitusjizoDc. ;____  Eveu hydrofluoric acid eats into nnd  destroys every known substanco except platinum and lead.���������Exchange.   '  ilEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B.C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo BC.  JVIeCo^mick Ha*^est Tools  JOHKfeLieDS  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end/ sarvico  between Vancouver,  Nanaimo, Union, Comox, by the  steel Clyde built twin EOiew  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8am  Returuiui?:���������  Leaves Coinox, Sunday 1pm  Leaves Utv.o:, Suuday 5pm  Arrives N������uaimo, Sunday JI p m  Arrives tf uucouvor Monday 7am  Stage leaves Union for Cumberland every Sunday morning oa arrival of "'COW'-  IUHAN;" and leaves Cumberland Hotel  at 1 pm, connecting with steamer at  Union.  FOR SALE���������Five roomed cot- JjM  tage, with pantry,  bathroom and   ^^   /  electric light.   Lot-00 x G3  feet.   *^J f  Furniture aud piano, also, for sale. (  BINDERS  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDKRS  TWINE.  BUGGIES  WAGONS    ���������  OA   Y'  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC.  TAKK NOTICE that I  intend  jto apply to tbe Board-of Licensing  Commissioners at their next meeting held on the second  Wednes-  CIGARR & TOBACCOS,day ih September next for permis-  "      . ��������� sion to remove my wholesale liquor  business from its present location  oa Lot 9, Block 2, Dunstiiuir Av-  euuo,   City   of   Cumberland,   to  premises to be erected by me on  Lot 11, in. Block 8, Dunsmuir Avenue, City of Cumberland.  Ciau Mussatto.  Walworth=Rolston Co. ^  1020 Westrainsteir Ave., Vancouver, B. C.  FOR FIRST-OLASS  CANDY, FRUITH.  D. Hunden  c  H  O  I  c  E  S  T  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  For particulars, etc. call ut  office or address I\ O. Box  City.  this  148  NOTICE  I will uot be responsible for any  debts contracted in my name, after August 28th 1000, without my  writteu order.  Wiu.uk Gleapox.   0.   NOTICE���������Farm for sale,with  or without stock and 'implements," For particulars apply to  T. Beckensell, Comox, B. C  FOR SALE���������One driver and  two working horses. Apply toM.  H. Piercy, Sandwick, B. C.  AND-  FOK SALE���������Mason and Risch  piano in good order, cost #400.00  will 6ell for $250.00 cash. Apply  to Joseph Potter,  Union, li. C.  First class Chinese cook thor  ouglily reliable, -wants situation.  TCOTTfl? I Apply News office or VVrong Kong,  Any person or persons, cutting, j FOR SALE���������A light general  removing or taking any blocks, j purpose'team of horses, weight  timber orwood, ofany descriptiodn j 2200 lbs. Strong and true pulling,  oelonging to tbe Wellington Col-1 Price ������240.00. Apply at ibis ol-  dery Co'y., or from or off the land  of .thp said Company, will be pros-  edited to the full extent'of the law.  F.   D. Little.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  fice or to T.  Laurence, Kye Bay,  Comox, B. C-  All local items of a business  nature will be charged for at the  staudard rate ofioc. a Hue.  Glaciers.  It has been demonstrated that the  glacier does nut move In one block,  but flows, accbniiiiodutluK Itself to tho  channel In which it moves. Professor  Tyiidall planted a row of sticks In a  I straight line norms n glacier, nnd after  a few days the line had become a  crescent, with the concavity upward,  showing that the middle of the glacier  moved faster than the shies, just as ln  g river tbe stream Is stronger in the.  center. "_   Her, Mild Ambition.  "Yon expect your boy to bccoin������ a  good man?"  Tlie uiother*o face fell.  "ne Is not n brilliant child." st*  made answer doubtfully. "No, I think  1 ���������ball have to bo content If he attains  only a uiodorate miceesR-becomes n  very rich' man, soy, or soiuetlilnji like  that."-Pnck.  LOWESTOFT^ CHINA.  ���������tory ������f a Factory Whose Prwiuati  Are Now Highly Prised.  At thn cud of tlie Nortli parade,  Lowestoft, Is tlie Warrcu House, s  place ot great Interest to cmiuoisseun  of cblim. It wiih here, In the el^ht  cenlli century, that a discovery ol  Hue clay was mndo which eventually  led (o towestoft manufacturing the  cliltiu which Is now so rare Mint It li  almost priceless.  Initial ux|iui-liiioiitfl made by Ilmvllu  Lusoii, Etta,., of Uuntoii Pork, near  liOwetUoft, with miiuo tine ehiy diHcov-  ered accidentally nu tils estate ivmilt-  ed lu coinjilofe hikvcbb aud ultima toly  led to the o|iuiilng of n factory al  Uwesloft In 175(1 far tbo mniiufiictuif  of (Ino eartlionware nnd rurcelnlti "soft  flltHl*."  In UTfl a fluely itlaxnl and dui-orutwl  "linrd imste" wim Introduced, tbo ef  llilcncy and bounty of wlilcli bolo  kmunl h brllllniit miicconh frtr tbo pro  [irk'tor*. Cntilomponiry evidence lu  diiputably hIiowh thut from 1770 to  1NQ0 tli* towmtnrt works wore nt tlio  Ecnltli of tlieir fniiio, Owing, howeror,  to the onorinoti* i>t|ieDHo������ nnd (lllllciil-  ty Incurred In iinx-urliiii cbhm cloy  from Corriwnll nnd oIs'mvIuhii (after  the oiIkIiiiiI clu.v wiih oxliuimroiii nml  tbo rapidly Incrwising comprtltlgii of  other iimkera It* proHporlty waned, the  eollnpHo ciinio, ami iho wnrki wore  closed In 1803.-Loudon Globe,  ;umbcrlaii(l Livery  Nnd Feed Stable...  V   x  ������  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  ', .'.-,'."  wooa  and Coal  Ihuled  ' Dunsinuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.     |  ii|������y..|������{.^..^^.^..y.^o^^.^.fHfi4*I'tf*f'*fHf<  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way curs ol  the   Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   or  per  sons���������except lain crew���������id strictly  prohibited.    Employees  rre sub-  ;ec to ciiBinissal for allowing sam>  By order  Fuancis D. Littik  Mana^ei  Ctahtal Clotbtt In New York.  "'I'lfdny I -.in HiiiU'ivil n a blmi ot  Kew York tullors that imtouMiuil uio,"  aald u wontorn clergy mun, "I ordered  a tu It of clothe* from a man who returned to work for tue.  ���������"What's tbe rtinwn you folk* nro  pausing mv along to itnothor taller?"  I nuked. 'Do I look bard to flt? Ara  you afraid you won't got your moneyV  "Tlw tailor eiplnlned that neither or  uiy goenaoa waa corm-t. Flo dfollued  to make my clot lies Hlmply'beciiiiKo I  am a clergyman nud reiiulre a clerical  cut lie tut nu* dowu eimlly by atnt*  lag further that lie never nainrtuok  to niuUc ccxIcHlii^ilial uauiMUlx. tbul  very faw of the lay tnllore In Now  Vork do itndertitke tlieiu. Thoy do  nut Imve ������nou������1i of tlmt bind of work  to k������t*|������ tlteni coiiMtnutly Inforiuiil on  tba wiulrriiM-Mt* uf ibe dlfTcrent re*  llgfcxi* onrtiTS, A 4iil<mkt would be  CU'turcu*������!ui4 U Ibis ik-m>uwu mimI U>  tbe tailor, ao they baud all nn*b *t\n*  toinwm over to t������ll������r������ who make a  efwclalty of wt<*li work'*  fr  For Fall Planting  ,       -1^ y.   Imported  BULBS   FROM TIIE    EST  FIIKNCII    HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS.  HOME   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English Holfy * * . ... .  Grown in the only part of the  American continent not infested  with tho San iloso koiiIo. Onr  trees do not have to bo fumigated  and consequently damaged. Full  line ol'Gnnluii, Field and Flower  Seeds in stock grown by the best  and most reliable hicitkCoast and  foreign growers,  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, 8pray  Pumps, Spraying material Cut Flower*, Etc,  M.   J.    HENRY  GroQ'ihouaoe, Sood Houses and Poat  Ofllco Addro s,  HO 10 W.B6TMIN8TJBB ROAD,  Branch Nurnory, South Vanoouver,,  Vancouver,    ���������   B. C  COMOX   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  Revision of Eegister of Voters.  Take notice that objections have been made to the retention  of. any ot the following names upon the Register of Voters for  the Comox Electoral District on the grounds that the persons  ^herein named have, for a period'of six month's prior to the first  day of November, 1909, ceased to reside in the Said Comox El-'  ectoral District. And take notice that at the Court of Revision-  to be held on the first day of November, 1909, at the Court  House, Cumberland, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, I shall hear  and determine the same, and unless such named persons or some  other Provincial voter, on their behalf, satisfies me that such' objections are not well founded, I shall strike such names off the said  Register.    Dated this 6th day of October, 19,09.  JOHN BAIRD, Registrar of Voters,  NAME  Iti    ���������������������������������������������!  RESIDENCE  Cumberland   Coiirteimy   Kile Hotel, Comox   Cumberland   W  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convci ieice for gueetB.  ThoOontml Hot������l for fiportsmon  None but the lle.t of Winci and Lii|U������r->  at the Hiir.  RATER HKABONABLK  it*   lit*    III  >������������������   III   ���������*���������������   llll  ��������� ill   leit   itil  Courtenay,.,  1  Ctimbcrhutd,  .... I.,,.,..  u  Auley, Francis A   l-toddy, William Frederick....  Iiuructt, Frank;,.. .,,  Collis, Henry P.  Dillon, Henry A  Foster, Thomas VV..  Gutlivo, John  Oosl y, J Frank..  HeUeruau, John Jos Cotutenay  Hudson, Joseph ICiiiuberlaiid......  Irwin, Thomas...  Jolly, Thotims Gordon  Laird, Marshall   Lippiat, Gerald A   Lucas, II C   McArdle, Maurice....������  McDonald, Coll   McDonald, Daniel....  McMillan, David R...  MeKnv, Wm W   MeKnv.  OwinW   1  1  ���������  l  ���������  ��������� ���������  1 t  l   ���������!*���������  ���������   1  l 1 ���������   * ��������� a  t t e 1 1  ���������  ���������      itilll  iMMi  l   l  l l  1   1 ���������  Courtenay  Union J lay,  Cumberland  Coniox....  1 ��������� 1 ���������  Union Hay   ��������� 1 . *  t  OCCUPATION  Accountant   Merchant   Carpenter   Manager of Stote   I Pand Agent   Hotel Keeper..   Miner   Farmer   Fireman   Painter   Farmer....,   Coke-Hurtitr ,..  Miner >������������������ ���������..!  Maker   Miner   ...  Sl'oneiiwboti   Cniirtettfty [Hotel-Keeper   ���������<        Shoemaker   1 Inmberlaud  IHutcher   o .   I     ������������������      Miller, James J   Moore, Ikrbett   Morgan, Morgan   Ni"!:^:-;!!, Join? D  Richards, James A   Rosboirough, ThotiMs...  Rosewflll, George Arthur.  Rushwortli, Alfred   John tbhmton,    Prop  mwtmV Salo by J. N.  MoLEOD  Ri'ddin , Roy C   Sharp, Keudrick   Tullidgc, Willrwl Hertie  Wh^te, Walter   Williams, Franci* 7. ...  *ii  * r t  Cumox |^K8W   Cumberland  Merchant   McDonald's Farm, Comox 'Fanner   Cmnlwrl'iiid 'Miner   **  jFnenieit   Lome Motel, Coniox jFanucr   Comox  .(Logger...  Union Hay  jO.itpenter.  ���������'iimlierbind    ' lerk ���������  Coitrteitay f -"tttructor  < tiitilicibiud .....!��������� Vr!;....  .... i ���������,,  'Miner.  >11��������������� t #*iiii������  ivtiyman  Dead  McQuillan, Henry C  , If'omox I-'arun* ....  Pickles,  David.. jDeuuian Wand  j     '���������        Kiitl, Win   ,;'..iwinil!, Union I.nuiU iu.it. wavErr" .���������**at������������*Hy������ ** rirvr*t~js. KjWIWtF-  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  irnDromptu meals.  AdM.-ileBCVRlL  ..i  note  I;. ;���������?',: r c" i:  ok -;   !i-  lit--.i   i.UC  llie difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches arc  nutritious and  toothsome.  N'OT  R ������������������ I'-roby givnn tha*onp raonih  t om tl ts we L le d u i*wly to theSuner-  j inle d. nt .if Provnci 1 1'. li e.   Vic ��������� rin. j  J for .������ iti ewal of ihe  riotel  Liuo so held ,  j by us f-r tli9 N Is u   Huts),   e tamed.������t  j Ut-ion. Bay, li. 0,  Fumuk A BisHor .  j Dat. d :2th day of Oct. 1*>!) j  | __ .  i NO.. [AH a herfl.y gi ������a f-������������ one urmth  ;r .: ci-;������ i. i'M'.Mii I.i apply to tho -nipur-  ,- '������������������. t- i J'i.i. ol I'rovi <;i*l I'oliof, Viet ii ���������  i :���������������������������: .i rsi.-wji uf lh 11 .t-i JJo'-nas I,eld ly  j me fur th*! rainier II tel, iii uutui ai  I l-Nynu Sixmtt, B. C.  I JamwiS. Dav  -������,. ^ili -r m* r *vn.<*tJ\4PSf������>3ri^V;W^-*-  A-.SOAP.  .WLmA  l-way���������does |  in half the  I  mAlrmi**tn*tm  meets you half-  all your -work  time if you follow directions.  Sunlight Soap���������absolutely  pure���������saves clothes from in-  Jury���������hands from roughness-  life from   /~\   drudgery.  NOTICE  0.u.d lath diyuf Oct., IWX  NOTICK ii hereby g\vt>.. tlmt o e m nth  i'nm <}di������ I ifi'en t tu ppli o tho Mi[>cr>  ut udentul Pruviai'.inl iNilice,  Vioto ia  or a reno*������l of the   Ilo-l   Lions* bold  S)(S^^<^^���������������(^^^^'���������A������C^������������������������ '. by mo f >r Wilson Hot l,   gitiufol nt Un-  Vov up to date M iliiiery, Go to j' u *>. C.  J.-O.   lll'Ml'HBKV  Da������edI2tb dny o.Oct, 1909.  tlio Ui tr- Store.  Demist in Town���������Dr. Ken-  will be found in.the parlors oi  the Cumberland Hotel tor a short  time.  To all whom it may concern:���������  This is to announce'thu death of  Frank Hoffman, formerly of'Seattle, Washington, who died on  the 12th day of August 1900 at  Douglas City,  Alaska,  U. S. A.  Any  further information  may  bo had from Robert Leake, Doug-j *'m  !as City, Alaska.  ���������M4"HrH*4-*H*'l''M"M"l'*M'4"l*'i"y  i  When you hoar a man sneering  at the local papers y>ni can safely  bet he don't spend bis lime making them better. They who don't  pee a benefit arising to a town  from,   ils   newsqapcrs   havn't  as  much sense as a cove  oyster., and | by me f..r th* R-vewide Hotel, eituato-i  of about art nincli va'n.e to a  town 1 "tCourteimy, B.C.  NOTICE is hereby gives tb it one month  from date 1 intend to apply tn the Supi r-  intendont ot Provi ojal Pubce, Victoria  ior a renewal ot the Hotel L cense hohl b- <  mo fer for the Lome Hotel, situated at  Comox, li. 0.  Flomkncb 51. Ct-OiB  D..ted 12tl> day of Oct, 1909..  NOTICE 's heraby give* ihnt o*ie una b  from date I inteud to npply to the Super  iijtendeutcif  Froviueial  Folice, Viooria  for a tenawal of the Ho'.el   L cease hoi i  as a ten-year-old   delinquent.  . ���������o   John Thomson, lel'r by Friday's  boat for Nauaimo to attend the assizes.   o   It is reported tint a Japanese  accidentally shot himself in llie  ha'nd and leg, at. S -merville's  ranch, on Monday   last.  0. H.FrciiNiiH  Uuted 12th day of Oct,. 1909.  NOTICE is hereby jfjven thnt oue month  from date I luteud to a>yly ta the bupei-  inteubeut i*f Provincial Police, Viotoria  frr a renewal of the Hotel Licence held  iy me for the Spring lun llo'tr),situated  ou Couiiix Koad, B. C.  t Joiik H. Pikkt  Dated 12th diy at Oct.. 1009.  Always the same, and just, as  good as ever. The "Grand Duke"  Cigar.  FOR SALE��������� Pure Bred Jersey  liitll 8 years old. Apply to John  Knight, Coniox, li. I).  FOR SALE���������Two houses, sit-  uate in Jerusalem. Will" be sold  cheap, Enquire, P. P. Harrison  barrister-at-law.  I NO HOE in hbreby given that oue mouth  ,____���������^from-d-t������*I"iBt������ndHo"ayyiy~to"tlra���������SHpe^*  If you are a kicker and' see- the } mtomlon* of Provincial Police, Victoria  everything  i dp the town,  shadows of failure in  that is proposed to  for lieaveil's sake go into some secluded canyon and kick your own  shadow on the clay bank,, and  give the men who are working to  build up tho town a citaiice.  for a renewal of the Hotel Liueus* held  hy nii for tbe Uuiou Hotel, situated at  Union, li. C.  Samuel 0, Ua'vis  Dated liitb >lny of Oct,, 1909.    ���������,*���������>  NOTICE.  Notico is hereby sgiven that at  ihe next meeting of the Board of  Liceme Commissioners, I intend to  apply for a tiansfer of my hotel liquor lit e.iee bold by me for the  New England Hofel, n'tuated on  east half of lot 3, in block 3, Cum-  iierland Townsite, from mystdf to  ���������James Walters.  [Signed] WILLIAM GLEASON  Dated this 7th day of Sept,, 1909  Cumberland, B. 0.    <*   .  i Singer  j  Sewing I  I Machines f  I For Sale ii  mp ' *  ���������on��������� ;;  i: Easy Terms  J A. E. Palmer  Not only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the ''Grand Duke"  Cigar has all those ".necessary,  qualities which give so* much  satisfaction to the smoker.  Mr. aud Mra.   W. Pitney, left  by Thursday's boat,   ���������*>���������      '    ���������  AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE  at all hours, with a careful driv*  er.   E. 0. Emde, Cumberland.  DISTRICT AGENT  ft  ,I'*I*,I",I"I",I*,j*%*>'  *?hT..1.  t H  NOTIOJB is litreby (jives tbdt ouo mouth  niter date 1 iimiod to afply to tee siujier-  OimiiiAendeut.t  l3roiiuci.,1 Pol*oa,   Vicluriu  long-faced, hollow eyo.I, whining,   ["���������"���������������*��������������� ottho Hotel Lic.use iold  ������, , . , D'   by me for tbe Courtonay Hotel, situated  gaping,   chrome   kieki-r   cm   do; atCoun������u������y, li. U.  moro to keep away  business and .Jou.v K. Johnston  capital from a town  than  all   the Bated 12tli day of O.t., HMD.  Tho man who could run a newspaper'tu suit everybody, went to  heaven long ago.  drouths, short crops, chinch bugs,    NOt'ICKis kereby given tlut juaiuputb  cyclones and blizzards combined.   fo<nidui<t liufend tetpply to t.e*ui������er-  iutoudof Proviuoial P. Lun, Viuturiu foi u  fur a r nowdl of tho Hot*. L uinso bold  by me for the lfk Hu ol, slum ed ut Co;i.~  oi, li, t'.  Gkokuk 0. Haciionai.d  Dated 12th day of Oot., lOuO.  Ladysmith, Oct. ll.-Tho offlci- j "l^muKl. bereby"'������h^.b^^  nl inquiry into the cause of the ox ; meuib from duio 1 mtoud t- apply to im  plosion at Extension  on  Tuesday | ^"i-oriaUudeiit of Hrjvino.nl eulo*, Vio  i,���������.    i ,���������   i ������������������        ,,        ..,! torio fur a  r������u#wul of t'ie llotfl LIjoiiso  last   lias   boon   postp��������� ued   until i. ,,.        .   .,  ���������  . .       ..,.,/  ..,,,,'      ' ! hold by me for thcPort Auguiitnllotel s !���������  Wotluouday of next w-, k, -   j uatoaat comox, ti. ,   ,   i J, U. Houmkj  J, A, McDonald,  lead't'r of  the  ������������������ Liberal party in   tlie  .Provincial  house, has resigned the leadership,  und has boon   succeeded  by John  Olivor,;' M. I������. P. for iho   Delta.  LAND ACT.  FORM OF NOTICE.  <       Comox Land District.  District of Valdez Island.  ���������=a:ake=notice=that_H.=A,=Bull.-of  Ueriut Bay, B. C., occupation  merchant, intends to apply for per  mission to lease the following described foreshore:���������  Commencing at a post planted  at high water mark on tbe east  shore of Cahnish Bay. Valdez Island, about forty 40 chains north  \t the south-east corner of lot 318  t'  Tenders fox* Freighting* of Supplies  for tbe Yukon Telegraph Line.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  .mdeiS'gUid and  judoised ''Tender*  for Packing Supplies," will be received  until 5 P. M., on Thursday, 2v<*vemb\:r 2fi  1909, for the paoking if material and sup-  . lies for p.>iots aloug the Yukon Telegraph line between Quesiiellu and Atl u,  m the course of the seasons of 1910, 1911  aud 1912.   Forms of tender anil specitte'i  tion may be oblainednnd form of con  trie  soeu ou applicatiou  to Mr. JIT.  Pbelm, iSuperintendent Governmfcnt Telt  KMghs,  Vaiicnuver,  B.C., and Mr'.-.JVm  Henderson, District Supodutendent Gov-  ���������irnmoatTelcjs'rap-.Victoria.B.C..from the  Uovemmei.fc   Telegraph Agents  at Ash-  coft, B. U.,  Qmsu'lle, B. C, Haz������lton,  B. V., aud Telegraph Crotk, BC.  Persons tender ng are   n< t'fied   that  tenders wiil not bo " considered uule s  made on tbo printed foims .-upplied, am  signed with their actual signatures   with  ���������heir oosnpjtibns and*places of resiliences. In tbe case of firms, thj ac'ual s gnu  tin e, ibe na-u^e of the o.cupa'tiou and  place uf res-ideucj of e������ch member of th*-  tirm must be given.  Eiiou touoer must l>e accompanii d  b>  nu ao epted cheque  ir. .���������   Ii������r;ered bauk,  made payab e to il.o order i.f he ,Hou-  ourableTr^Mi^iaiir of Publio Works,  equal to teii'XJerccn* (I'I p. c.) of tbe  nmo'UjtH>trtlftiti!;n^oKfor one yew's packing, whitb willl^foKe^ied if the -jerson  tenderingidecliiie to cuter into a ountr^ot  w hen cidleu upon t'i do s**, or f iii to complete Iho woik contracted for-,, If the  touder ho not accosted  the chcq\io will  bj returned. ^s  The Department does not bind itself.to  accept tbe loweBt ir auy teuder.        . \  By ordo-,  NAPOLKON TBSdIBB,       tf^tico   due. north ton cliains to   a  n     i     i en ii ��������� w  i   Sc0h,,aiy*    "pcW: on then'Mb shore of   O.-v.-  Dtpartment of Pubhe Woilj , j,'       \  Ottawa, detttimbw24, 1909. ihisjillay;   thenee following the  Newspapers will nt bo paid for this. J shore line iu a south-easterly dir-  advertiseiuiut if tboy insert it with ut  uuth'irity fiomtho Depaitmen^.  FORSALE���������Jersy cow, in calf  also one mare good for saddle or  huggy���������Apply News office or to  M. Perez, Courticnay.  NOTICE:���������No ads will bo  changed after Monday noon of each  week.  In another column will be noticed au ad for Elkins Bros, real  estate agents, Vancouver.  FOU SALE; Man or Woman���������  My South .African Veteran Bounty  Land Certificate issued by tho  Department of Interior, Ottawa';  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,  Saskatchewan; or Manitoba; Any  person over the age of 18 years,  man or woman, can acquire this  bind with this Certificate. For  imnihdiate sale $800.00, Write or  wire, L. E. Telfoid, 131 Shtiter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  K. AI DA  Merchant  TAILOR  ladies'' Tailor-made costumes a specialty  SUITS mflt>B TO   OftDEJ-i flflD  IN fltfY STYLE YOU LCUSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM berland,  B. C.  eewAee-e+e+irw-wee-eweewee      ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  ��������� Cumberland, b.c,  t Cai*itauS4,GQ0,OU0 Abskts,   853,000,000  X Rksbbvk, 85,300,000       , '.DEPJiru, 858,000,000  Money Orders'-������������������������������������*-  Issued in Dollars,-Pounds Sterling,   Fraics, Marks, .Rubles   Liros, Kronen, etc.   Payable All  Over   the    World.  Savings Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  H. F. MONTGOMERY ...mInaoBR. ,  |  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������     99ee99emewA9'e^9ee9ee99  NOTICE is horoby "lent (hat nt  (be next meeting of llm License  Commissioners of thn Ciryof Cum  borland, I intend to ipply forii  transfer of tlm hotel IiVciim* hold  by me fur the Wuvorly II del, nit-  tiiilod un Int 12, bltick !i, Ciimbei'-  lund toH'ii.sito to Fran It Dulloa.  liii'iiAun Coi:.  Dnted 12tli diiy ������r O-'tiiiwr 1!I0D.  Dr.  (Jillt-pie, 1,-fi  by Thiii-s-  ���������Ihv'h bunt for Naiiui'iui,  eet ion five  chains; tbenee   in   a;  south westerly   direction   to   the!  point of commencement, and con-.!  _ . . ,.   ,   .tiiining five aeiies more or less,  Largo consignment   of Lnml- ������ ]Jos]a a  ^^  enn.s and  floor coverings direct Name of Applicant in full,  from tlioniaiuifuctui'er8.now8ho.\v. 1>lteti geptemlwr 2nd, 19UII  iiig at the IJig Store.  Supervisor C'ro*diy, uf ,  Ibinb nl' f'-ii.u.bi    .in.I    \l.  I,); 'i" i."! '-r   .   .   I'  ie Royal  *.  Ci"  >y,  'I'*  J'.'i"!  '.j'    ,     ,     I ',,������������������ ',,),���������U, Hit  JSiihduy hml.  Mrs.   -I.    I'i I el   iiiimiI   In nne  ���������yi   ' '*.*      a*A, i  ''���������W&Atrnitti.'*i|)������fH1jiU.ii Isliind. h\  Wi'dni'M-  *$^������|*fe,>   .!  '* .yi ,    *v^^*^t''*^*eA*:a**'l    ** -iLc'i  '     POU   HA Id-)   MvfiijT ou fftlgj  >���������titoa to re, jMmil".   ...umI,  eby  b nke. not ilfrnfil   nf  net  iiiitbih^;  anlnftira lady 'ndtixo       ]-<i |,nr.'  ie-!!  und u practb ii!*,--. iv   dctuo  oral tw < ceai ���������������niter, ������������������������������������*>��������� Inn   in  It ������ ������ f W tiK'Uth*      I''i' ���������    bir   the  ������h-dt'Ollfll' *2'ir,,������KI.     Wt .,���������elite. !  ���������, wn      Vancouver ret I ���������< lain la It ;  ���������Anit. ex ln'i"*    /*l'^,,' "  ' i  tun X tiny   i  Uated I*2tU dny of O.t,, 1001).  LAND AU!'  FORM OV NO1TUI0.  Sayward Lund District,  District of Sayward,  Take notice that Cluor^o Dana  Mumford of New York Ci:y, U S  A., oceupation Lawyer and Minn  Operator, inlendu lo npply for per  misdon lo purehatu the following  di'BoriboJ hiiidi<:--Commencing at  a pud planted at A Hprinn (ibotit  two and one half mil.;silisiiiiii in a  couth eiimerly direelion from llm  head of Urnnito Uuy nnd nbout  leventeiin-hiindind [������������������eidiHlnnt in u  southerly direotioii from tho houiIi  -hoie of Lynn Luke, ihiiue north  twenty cIihimm [2d] vhaiu#, thence  umt fot'.y [10] cliiiin*, lboi.ee pouth  'Wi'litV I'M)) eh-ilnn. tlinnf������ xv *t  forty f*lll] ehninn to the point nf  'ommenceiuent, and c(in'iiiiiin|j  |S0] ncrM mere or ha*.  ilROltdK DANA MUMKOIU)  Nanie nf Applicant fin full]  IMiwl Ann. 2nd, I WW,  American  "OLIVER"  Visible  Typewriters  LAND AOT.  FORM OF NOTICE,  Coinox Land District*  District of Vnldu������ Island,  Tnlto Notico that II. A, Hull,  of Herlot Ray, B.C., occupation |  merchant, intends fo   apply   fori  permission  to purchase  the  f������d-'  ���������lowing described lauds!���������  Commencing nt a post planted '  \V������ b������veiMim rurtutiate enoaffh to n lontj,0   Boutlbeast comer of   lot!  ouro thooxohiHivo������i{inoy for tho Olivor I.,       ,      ,    ,      .    . . .,,.,'  Vidl.loIjp.Avr.tor. the nnitoa-, Bln)11((. ;<liroo ImntliwI ami eighteen, ������A8,,  OHt, and * nti'dt raodurii of nil Iho ������0'������l \ Valdo/. Island, JI. C, tlmneo eiiHtj  lyvHwrltom ou tho nmilut at tho proMont | twenty, 20, chnins; thence north :  U,?ho01lvor dlmlntahMith.ln.'fliaiM.V!rnr^ ^ CI,,H1,M"������ ,11,0,,C0 ^1  i.f tho ^orator, by oliuiliintf������������ nil tlio | twoiity, ^11, cIihiiim; thenee south;  weikn* h-oi thai ouune fiot i.nil worry ov-; fort); 40, chuius, to tlio point of'  ortl.om.oi.luo.  a N t!o oil .ml ,.i,.tty |������olnmBm!0mu���������r, . IMIl|   containing;  eighty, SO, ncres moro or less,       j  Hiwu A. Hum,       I  Navio of Applicant in full.  Dated September 2nd, 11)00  Carpet Squares  flliU SIZES ancTa pine'fjange  of Colomngs.  During October we oITer our entire stock of OAUPKT  SQUA-KKS- & LACK CURTAINS AT A DISCOUNT of  TWENTY PKR CENT. FOR CASH.  Our stock of Furniture & House Furnishings is-MORE  COMPLETE THAN EVEK.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  A. MoKinnon  CUMBERLAND  ��������� ������������������������������������^������������������n .^mmmmmmmm^m.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  f oxoroUo muk'H it l.aii.y, bountmo i iH  filling Ha iiiIahIoi..  Now in ymir opportunity lo neoitro ������  tyi'iiwiitcrnt thu Umt wator, ai.U hi on*)  terms if joa wIhIi it wi,  Wo huvo Hivoral Hraiiul-'iand uuichlui'H  for Hileof otler iniikiH, uhoitp, Wrlto ua,  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OBMTRAL OYOr^B  DEPOT,  1110 Gov't, St , Oppoii e Sponoor'i  t������r Oon li tho FionoorBioyolo Btoro,  VIOTORIA, ���������     B, 0.  If you get it nt Plhiileys, it's all  ��������� * ,t->  tiiLilt.,  Crystal Ice   -on. nr about July ist, 1909   ORDERS MAY IIR SENT HY MAIL, OR AT TIIE  OFFICE.   RICI'RKll'RATORS SUPPLIED  0*DBKS PPOCDPTUY WTTBNOBO   TO.  NOTICE.  I horoby give notice that I will  at the regular mooting of the Hoard  of Lieonuo OoniniiHaloncrs for tlio  City of Cumberland nmko application for a transfer of the liceiiHe  to well intoxlcetiiig lirjuorn hy retail iu the Cumberland Hotel,  aituatod on Lot ono llhi.k nix in  ���������'ify**m.\*\ C|U of CumbHrlfttiH, Irom  -hVy^ir td \nillalj. M������j|Hi#ff J  '. DaU'iI Svpteiiibei* Ul 1000.''  I Diniitift I'iket,  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B.C.  MWUMMHIMmiM     NMMM  1    Dr Kerr, the ������leitii������������, in In town  1  nnd \* rofiielerm] nt dim (bimb������*r-  I.111.I Hotel.J  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Udicv' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   o Order  from Sao to $JS    AU Work Vint flln**  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  wcHtonmm sets  i  ?W*"  *   At} /   ;  Dealers iu Freuli and Salt Meatniiid Farm Produce  All Orrfcn Pwmpflj* DHfvrrwf.  R. W������bst������r, Manager.


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