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Array /   I  tl-'  ���������mt-*-    -.')** - k&t- tV t-r- -  /  'X'!'  s  THE CUMBERLAND  /  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of tomox District.  H,  ^JCTC^'  %  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND .B.C., TUESDAY; OCT. 19 1909  Subscription $2.00 a Ykar.  THE BIG STORE  Is headquarters for up-to date CLOTHING for meu,  youths and boys. Splendid lines to choose from at: prices  that are the lowest possible, considering quality. , "We are  sole agents for Sauford's reliable  SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTHES  You must realize of  course that" qualify  pays in clothes���������its the  only thing, that does  pay. .You can always  buy cheap clothes, but  you .^had..* better not,  they are very 'expensive." We ;are making  a special ty of HIGH  VALUE :* CLOTHES  for men and 'boys at  prices- that you won't i  object to- pay when  you. see and once fit oii  tlie gariiieituOurmens  .suits are priced at  12,00, 15,0Q  20.00 & $25  ���������������_   l-^SSmT-milml*^^  RAINCOATS.     *  Speoial assortment of Fancy Buster Brown and otner style suits for  little boys*  We are agents for the Semi-Ready Clothes to measure.  Simon Laser & Go., Ltd*  .05SE3BK-  Come and See  Our up to date stock of FALL & WIN-  TE K GOODS.    A large line of .Heady-  Made Garments  for ladies aud children  also piece goods.  Children'** Strong School Shree  and Rubborau     For Men; Boot*  and Shoes of all   Kind*,   Mats*  Clothing, ready-made and to or  den Gloves,  Shlrta and  Under-  woar,   Sock*   In areat  variety.  COMB and BUY  5 per cent, discount for ctu������h or monthly  payments.  J. McPHEli&SONS  Dunsmuir Avenue, Cumberland,  mBP^**-*-*^ B|5BSi'**B^l SlfiflPWw IS?eWWil  HH'fJ'lUtl.'V'JII.Ii'J.1"  ���������'������������������'���������*������������������" -ii*��������� .-u.j iiuuiiBa������aaa������BWXBaiiiiauiiiB|wiiiij.jiaii. w^'uw  io^rvea*y*a*"������e>o������'  r  4  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agcnrs for Union Brewing Company's PEER ami  - PORTER, Wholesale Dealers hi all Klnrle of  * Whies nnd Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  On last Monday evening Tlum  son Lodge, Orango Young Britons,  celebrated by holding their third  annual mo (-querndtl in thc Cumber-  bnitllali. Tho hall wad filled 10  its utnio-t capacity, bo'h with mer*  ry in������sk era und epectators, Tho  to-jawing is ih" lis-, of tho������o who  (arried off prizfc:���������  Bost drtssotl lady, Mrs I Garrw.  Best ilresEod gent, Mr MiPurh.no  Best national  character,  ludy,  Mrs.'R McNeil.  Best national charaotor, genl, It-  Surger, Vancouv-ur.  Boat sustained character, laily  Mlsi Carrie Piket.  Prize wulia, laily, Miss Mary  W.tlkor.  Prizo wal'z, gent; Len Pikut,  Pri7.11 two step, Mra. W, Meni'  fluid and F. -Sin vi-11.  Beat hobo, Willie TliotuKO.i.  Friisu eiikowulk, Mhb Uiirrio I'i  kol nnd A (Jibnoii.  Moat comic ohuraoer, ludy, IC  Lewie.  Moat comic character, gout, Franc r Watron  Br������i chnruder rcpre-anting L. 0  Y, B., Mica Annie li. McLellan.  JloH Tunny. Turn McMilh.n.  Afier ihe prizo-) wore tlii ribuUd  lli" dm.cor������ iiniruHkod kh I mimy  rt oris iho f.xohimuiotiB ui im prise,  oipooially iimon-pl tno ''wiise <ji-������*>"  \x ho thought thoy hud tnutr iriomln  all  -ppotied.  Dancing wiih kept up  till  3:30  ,,,,-.,, U 1    in.,''-,    iti/iUV     lllVltitl^lttt  \))wit:d 11 iili ihtik u'uh.n *iui*y-  incut.  THAfMCSGIVING- SER VICE'.  ******  A Thai k?giving.Servicu will bo  held un Sunday ovoning, tint., 24th  in St. Goori:eVPrei-'by'orian Church  by tho pftBlor, Rev. D. McGillivrny,  Our Fodernl Government io ile win  dom, hns-ron fit to -appoint this  day of National Thanksgiving nnd  it is mrnly fitting, considering lhe  peace that nbnundB throughout the  length and broad'h of our ureal em  pire, and tsjjecinlly tho almost un-  parulollud prospority nnd plenty  whioh abounds in our own portion  of thc empire. Considering all thi*  il su rely behooves our people to  turn out and express their thanksgiving to ��������� Almighty God fnr  lift goodnesj, whoicwith ho bus  crowned lhe year,  ASSOCIATION   KUOTBALL,  The final of the Hospital Oup  was played off ou Saturday, be-  twecu the Wandcrera nud No. 5  football clubs, A large crowd  turned out to witness the game,  No, fi won t';o loss nnd decided  to defend the top gofd. The  Wanderers kicked off aud soon  were hovering arouud their opponent's goal,    l'luy  of it  give  We Self  For Less  .'"or Less  We Sell  JJ. N. flcLEODT1;'  NEW DT.ESS GOODS FOR FHMi.  Splendid Showing.  The display of New Fall Dress Materials will interest every intend  ing purch iser, whether you require inexpensive or high-class fabrics, by  all means inspect our slock.   Two notewcithy items follow:���������'  SATIN STRIPE SUITING-An attractive, tailoring fabric ot  good weight and finish, comes 46 inches wide in newest shades at $100  syardv*' DRESS TWEED-^Comes in pietty shades and 48 inches  wide.   We make tlrs line our Ifader in dress goods, ON LY 7?c. a'ywd.'  Large assortment of Flannelettes, Wrapperettes and Knnona  cloths, prices ranging from iqc. to 25c. a yd.  We also wish to mention we-have just received a large assortment  ol Hosiery and Underwear and will quote you a few of the many lines  at prices that cannot be, beaten:���������'.'.'  Penman'sNatural Wool, No. 95, $1.25 garment  "   Heavy Underwear, 75c and $100 garment  "Fleece Lined,, '50c   aud  60c   garment v  Come one .\nd all to the Corner Store, you will find what you want and  can count on price and quality beitijf right. v  THE CORNER  STORE  Dunsmuir-Avonne,  CUMBERLAND,ll.C.  ELGINS & VVALTHAMS  on Monthly Payments.  lhe ;itJecuelei* /  ���������  '-.'���������-.   - *   ��������� ,  / Removed Next the Royal BanK, Cumberland  and take nature followed, No. 5  were lhe first to settle down and-  fur a lime Walker and his backs  were kept busy. With twenty  minutes gone R Barker of No, 5  met with an accideut and had to  leave the. field... With 'tdu* men  No..5 gut more-'���������Mie-' info^ their  play nnd soon' had their efforts  rewarded. J), James doing the  trick,.. healing 'Walker with a  shot, closo in. ���������' For' the remainder of the half No. 5 had the  pull, seldom getting within shoot  ing distance. The first half end  cd in favor .of No. 5.  The second half began with  No, s still oue mun short, but  for the first 15 mi it tiles they,  more titan held their owu, and  had the satisfaction of adding to  their score, Ii. Reese beating  Walker with u shot that gave  him no chance to save, With  r5 minutes lo go, R Brown of  No. 5 had his foot injured ,nud  was forced to retire from the  game. The Wanderers then  took thc game in bund uud hemmed No. 5 in, McNeil was bombarded with all Muds of shols,  but for a time he kept his charge  cafe, dealing with conic diffinulf.  shots in a very creditable manner. W Sutherland at length  beat him, giving the. Wanderers  their first and which proved to  be their only goal.  The Wanderers were soon back  and at it again playing desperately to get the equalizer and were  almost successful in-the last" minute 'of the game, being awarded  a penalty, which McNeil saved  amid great excitement.  The game ended in favor No. ���������  th  i score being 2 goals Lo 1.  The giu'ue was five from rough  play and very few fouls being u-  warded, Mr. Palmer referred  the game in a very satisfactory  manner, aud had the players  well iu hand. Com,  nirtli���������On Tuesday, 0������t. lOtli,  to Mr, ajid Mrs, V, Ramsay a hosi.  , Sun Frnnoinco, Onl,, Viet, 1(1.���������  J&oV JohiiHon retained hit* tk!o tm  champion heavyweight pu^ilit-t uf  ���������i|io world litis afternoon when hi*  knocked out Stanltiy Kotolml, tho  iiifdillewuight champion in' the  twelfth round of a Kchodultd SO  rim ml bout.  Mr. G������o. II. KoppiU, of St-  FruneUco, rapruneuting tlio Dun������.  iniiir Ti'iwnsilo Ml, Union liny, U In  town. Mr. ICoppil* pretlicti ft big  mill, nf -Lit*j in thi' iibov*������ townmto,  THOMBON-UIUBVJC  "~~*"������*   On Monday uioninglttJlfOot, 18,  tho Lev. J), MoUifllvny uniml  in tbo }|./ly Hondn of mmrhnoiiy  Mr, Win. Thon.Km nnd Mlw V������r������  Urievo: bc������*h cf ihiv city. Mira M������  lid U,.u ud oil an biidMunitl and  Mr. \UI!i������tm V<iHt did il,.< dmli-  of I met ntnii, TllO Lri'll WAI ^'Mi:������"  ludy uon t\ed iu ������ Riiitof n������vy Met  ltd loiikid i-lwrinb k Tt������<" Ni-AVn  xn'i.il'W r )iiKrj.Hi).iliniii- to tne Injc  py CMtipIp nnd wit, 0.. them hut  hlv, hnppiut'H* and prunpoiity,  imt^^mmm^m^^mmmm^rmmnwmme'm-w *  MEN'S  f.'-ASS^  high _._���������.  ^/LOTHING  Just received ouj Fall and WiuUr .Su������vi; of  MEN'S CLOTHING  AND OVERCOATS  iii the well known "Fit rite"  make, iu navy blue serge  and f.iuey stripes' at  $20.00 & $25.00  Come in and Have a L00K Before Buying  YOUR FAIJ. SUIT.  Dunsmuir nvfcoua C*n:.i>Qa"���������,;:?.  M������nvj*������iii������itxj������43h-������jfurT')(Sk%'; v.-ruz.*itt &\?-js9r^uL'������rAia  J  *.  *  A* s~:  THR   NEWS! ;CUMM^^  " Tto OaotBrianil  ***i.*.l   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   6t   Gumbeplaad  Publishing   Company.  This paper will not hold itself  responsible for tiie ojiinioiis of others, as may appear in its columns  fro.ii time to time.  'JU'ESUAY,   OCT. 19,     1909,  Dr. D. H. Kerr, d������nlNt. will hi-  ar Comox Sept., 28l.li to tin.- HOth.  Conrtouay Oct., 1st to lUili, and  Cuniberland 10th to illst.  MADE IM CANADA  Uae Ohly the Best  NOTICE  Every Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter aud all kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  cell cheap.  Ci-nu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Is the Standard Article"'"  HEA3Y,F0fc USF.  IN ANY. QUANTITY"  Por making soup, softening wa-  ter, removing, old pnitit, disinfect-  "���������iff sinks, closets, drains and for  in.i-.txy ctlicr purposes. A cun  .���������qualo 20 ib*. SAL SODA.  Said Everywhere  E VJ. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Or.t.  /k  \  TAKE NOTIOE that  ������0 days  after date I intend to  Hon. Thc Ohiuf  Comm  e  ."!?  ly to tho  io;i'.;i' of  Lands tor o lice.use fo i'i-o:'peel; for  ciyA. fitd i.-uiroicutn '.0; in -md under  tlie 1:>ii*is situate on the foreshoiv  of Rupert District in nre particularly described as follows:��������� Commencing at a post planted at the  South West corner of Section  Twenty-four [24] Township (2)  in the said District; thence South  Sixty-four (Oi)'chains nioivor less  to the North West cornet' of Lot  ..JTm-mi^Lyi-LJ^  SEE OUR  Catalogue.  Have it at 'home, and  uso it for reference.  It tells you some things  yon ought to know about  boots.  Moreover, it shows tho  picture of each Lockio  Boot, und gives.you the re  tail-prices.  It also gives the names  of tho retail dealers who  will be pleased to supply  you.  Send for it to-day.  tjaiutBtbictHiCo.,  plain pksr.Di  ���������ma-ledfree. Tho  (fortnerlu Windsor)  Hotel  Under New  M: nagement.  thonce .West following tho sinuosities of the shoro lino ������t high  water mark .to a point seven ty.four  [7-i] ehains due west from the  easterly boundary of the lands  hereby applied for; thence North  .Fifty-eight (D8) chains moro or  less to the high water mink on tho  thore of Section Twenty.ihroo [S3]  Township Two (2); thence east  seventy-four -74- chains more or  less to the point of commencement,  containing Four huudred uiul fifty  -4:50- acres more or less.  Dated this 21stday of.  Aug. l'JOU  H. Gr, S. IIliWTKUMi.V-,  Peiwv Cot.i.rxs,  Agent,  :xMTst--Chss   Board  by  the day, week ov mouth.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  Gook's Cotton Root CotnpotmA  T3m great Uterine.Tonie, uA  gisty  safo effectual Monthly  TltogulatoroftWUoh-women oan  . _,. depend. Sold tn three degrees  ���������2*1 of strength-No. J. W t go- 4  *,A 10 deorroes stronger,- f3; No. a;  ter eiiecial oases, S3 per DOS.  " by all druggists,  or sent  "Wood's Phoaphodini,  The .Qreflt, English Jtatialy.  Tones and Invigorates tlie wholo  nervous protein,   nrtkos   now  Ulead In ofd Veins; mures AVrV-  otii Dcbtlttu, Afetilttl (iiui firiiin Worrv.'Des  pom-ency. Sexual Weakness. Emissions, Sper*  malarrhoM, aittt Effect* of Abuse or Excesses.  Prico tl perlMix, slxforSi  One \yl.U pluaso. ex  will euro.' Sold by.anflrumrieta; or umllodin  plain pkg. on receipt of. price.' K*\t jmmfnut  TorontokOnt.  J. lieekie  Co. Lttd;  Vancouver, B. C.  CUMBERLAND, B. G.  ..Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in Mieir ads. not later  than Monday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on Ihe following Tnes  day.  Itthen you XUatita Good flleal  TSroTo  the  -K, AIDA, PROPRIETOR.-  *���������  Dunsmaitr- Ave.  SEPTEMBER  nncrs.  Thefc arc the   numbers that entitle you to a 109 piece dinner set.  43994  51348  GL114  57221  69423  64001  66723  56677  58276  56297  TAKE NOTICK th .t ������0 days  nfter date we intond to apply to  thn lion, thc Chief Cuiiiiiiin.iiouur  of Lands for a license to prospect  for coal and petroleum on iu nnd  under the lands situate on the  foreshore of Rupert District more  particularly described a-* l'"llows:  ���������Commenoing at a po.t planted  at the South Went cnriii'i' of buo-  lion Twenty-four (JJ4-) Township  two(IJ) in thc said Dinti it-t; theuco  Smith Sixty-four [04] chains more  or leas to tho north wei-i ctruurof  of hot Twenty-five ('do) Uup.irt  District; thenco etut i'ollo.ving the  ���������BiiiuiKjities of the Miorolitit' at high  water mark to a point -sevuiity-  four [74] chains due caul from tho  Westerly boundary of tho lauds  hereby applied for; thcin'o Norl  Seventy -six [70] ohain;.; tln'iiee  dieu'i������i.t to highwiiti'i' mark *<;i  thu uhoi'M of Htiiil Section Tw'iity-  fotir (i!,4) nml following the Aim-  o-itie.s of "lune lino to tlu- point of  c.oiniuciieimiont, oonliiiuin;; Five  iiuiidi'ntl (ollil) -Mirim ni iiv or low,  llatuil tiiiHiiUt ility of .vug, l'JU'.������|  J'aoikk' Coast Uo.m, Mim.> I.td. j  [Noll  l'������l'i.i������Jtal   Liiil*,.i'\]  't PHUT t'lll.l Id*,  A y;<������iit,  Juno 2nd, 1909  Foreshore Lease.  Coinox District.  TAKK NOTICE that "Vic'oiin  Lumber and Manufacturing Company,  Limited"  intend -o  apply j  for permission lo lease thofollowinu'  described foreshoro IuiuIf:-  Commencing at 8. W, corner [g  of lot (4)" (Indian Reservation);'  thenco north and wenlorl^ along  tho high witter mark lo n point  where tbe boom crosses plough,  following boom across to high wivcr  mark; 'thenr.o alon-a; bunk live  hundred [,500] foot to mouth of tho  Courtenay or I'unttodge Rim to a  putt marked [2]*, thenca couth  Bercnty [7(i]fpct to low w;'.ter mark;  thonoo along low wntM mark to  buom acroB������ alnugh, fellow boom  fl-nct to Hm wnxof mark; thence  Roulh and easterly along low wilcr  mark to pluco of commonccniont,  contuining ten [10] uorcH more or  Isbb,diwtancoabout [I] mile,  [8lgne.1] J. 0. MOOKKll,  A|������*nt for Vic orU Lumber itnd  .-iHiiufHoitiring Cumpany, Limited.  P.*elve������;l June 14th, llino.  O. H TARBELL.  NEW YORK <  CLIPPER  IB THE ������H������ATEaT  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  $4,00 fir Yew.   Singh Copy, 10 Cts.  JMUKD WKKKLT.  8AMPLI COPY PRII.  mNKQUIMPUI,eO.(LW),  "^umum.      ei w, mm uu Kail torn  Wedding Invitations,  Visiting Cards,  Business Cards,  Menioriam Cards,  Letterheads Billheads  Show Cards,  Handbills, Dodgers,  Circulars, Envelopes,  Dance  Invitations,  Ball   Programmes,  Circulars, Menus  Receipts, etc. etc.  b  If you have not brawn one yet,  vou certainly- will soon. Each  month from the duplicates of lhe  coupons' placed in the eacks of  Royal Standard Flour leaving our  mills,���������we-draw^en^umb.e(,ii_w.benJ.  you .-ecure one of the-e, you are en  titled to a dinner set free of charge  vou probably know many of the  winners.      watch this paper  each  nputh for your turn.  Royal Standard Flour U the beBt  irid purest   Flower in the   market  in Western Canada to-day.        It  is a superior  flour-not nearly dif  ferent, butsuyorior.  ���������Manufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company ltd  VANCOUVER, U. C.  THE OCTOBER ROD AND  GUN..'   ..-  . On the eve of tbe big game hunting seasoit, the October  Number  of Rod and Gun in Canada, published by W. J. Taylor, at Woodstock, Out,, givesioremost atteu-  to big game hunting stories. They  will be found   varied   enough in  both localities aud   experiences to  interest all   sportsmen, and many  will doubtless recall  incidents iu  tlieir  O'^n careers corresponding  with some related in such pleasing  fashiou in these pages. In thesMno  way the article on "The Characteristics of a Fine Backwoods Guide  will remind   numerous readers of  character features shown by their  own   guides,   and   revive   many  pleasant memories��������� a rich storehouse of which is the proporty of  every sportsman,    Fish culture in  Newfoundland will receive attention from every brother of the rod,  and its inclusion   shows that even  at such a time the interests of the  devotees of the fishing art are not  neglected. Other seasonable pages  are given, making for number ono  that' should bo the companion of  every sportsman either at home or  on his vacation, giving him many  pleasant half   hours in   perusing  what others have done   and, enabling him to fight some of his own  battles o'er again.  New Schfdulc for Comox  =~NaT\aimo=Route==^  E. O. Kmdo Pipo lilting and  General repairing,  60 YUAR8'  EXPERIENCE  ���������' -'J*:'. Ip ���������*'(,-   . ������������������lrV*7'f'*'^,(ti ���������������������������'���������':  ATENTS  TnADC MARK!  DB8IQNS  .... COPVRIOHTt Ae,  Anrono notxtlnu n nl'oich mm fl������������orlnllnii mn  fliiMw Mctortnlii our opinion froo wlitiilior an  ���������iiT.nnnn I* l>r<iHublr imlqiitnl.ls.^C'onimiiiilrn.  ���������|iT������nnnn t������ |ir<ihnbl|r itatqntnbM.-C'Mn'tiniiitlm.  ���������IniTi ttrtetif uoiiitileifthil. lUWDBOvK <���������>������ fnifrtU  ���������mil froo. Ifl.liwl iinourr fOriWiirliliMiMl.llli.  Pntviitt tnlioti Uinmiili Muim AOo. rooelT*  rprclul niillti, wlttimit clmriio, In tbo  Scientific JlmcrKan.  A h������tiiliom������ly lll������������lMl*il woKklj;. UfMUt^  ������������������- .������������������- - i........i    if,  eiiiniimru'l'iiiiy iifaifiiiiij Iwiinl,   . - -,  ���������joiirr.fo������rriionUii,|l, Boidl������y������tumw������0  'oriin, 13 ���������  i)*ta  ll n������wMlwltm  Jfj3B1Bro.<l*iy,HeWJ0rK  IM. hi V 8U Wublimion, U. 0.  Commencing this week the CP.  R. have given the people of Union  and Oomox an extra boat service  direct'from Vancouver, ^  leaving Vancouver at 11 p m.  on Monday nights, the S. {?.  Queen City is timed to arrive at  Naiiiijiuo 5 a. ni. Tuesday morning,; leaving for Beaver Creek,  Union and Comox at 7 a, in. and  is due to arrive at Coinox at i p.  m.  Returning, will lenvo Comox at  5 p, m. Tuesday night, njyl. Union  Hay 11:110 p. in, direct for Nnna-  imo 7 a. m. Wednesday, leaving  for Vancouver at 8 a. in., and ar-  riving at 12 noon.  with this extra service, Nauaimo  nierchautB will now be able to ship  lo the above mentioned points, [in  eh'fding'Cnmboi'lahtl] on Monday,  whicii will no doubt be taken ad-  van tngo of at once.   ,  This service will bo run in coin  nuction with the S. S, City of Nauaimo running between Nauaimo  and Comox, north bound, Weilnes  days and Fridays, south bound,  Thursdays nml Saturdays.���������Froo  Vi'utit Oct. 14, 1U0U,  mm****m**m'm*m*mt**mmmtimr*mwmm  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  V..1 ill KilOJhN    UIV.NiiUS  I  Sportsmen; Good  unrt  General Harfwre  IH YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING (it) TO TIUC  NJCWS. IMUST-CI.ASS WORK  Singer S*?wiiig Machines for  silt- on ensy tenufi at lhe .NEWS  Ol'FU'K.  The News  Dtinsinuir Aveuue C U M ������ K R ]4 A N D  ; ������T No uecewsity to send your printing out of town, as  you enn net*, from the above list that we nre fully  prepared to cater lo your w tuts for aitytliiitg you may  need iu PRINTING,  frwv���������v*������ y**fyt*+>a*p-m*0\ii  r'ou SAI.K-A n.iMt eo������,  newly (vdved, Apply to Alex fTr.  Ojiihiirl, Courteimy, 15. C, 1  J  Notice Ih hereby (jlvon, thnt 80  days after date, I int dud lo apply  to tho Hon, Chief CommUnioner  of Lmils nml Works, for a license  to propped for Couf nnd Petroleum  on the following land, situate in the  Coinox iJlelrsct;���������Commencing at a  post marked norih oaul corner plaini  No. 8 place nt north wcbI corner of  eeclinn No III, Don mon Isiund, run  nini; wo������180 chalnn, norih 80  cliiiinc, East 80 chnins thonce south  80 ohnluii, to point ot t-ommencom-  en������,  Dated October UihlUOU,  J. K. BUThttll  II, S.uwail agent  Srttii������l<wiiuii -��������� Uuy a ��������� (iiitiid  Duke" mid hnvo datlsfttcHon, Un.  Ion nuulu, hand Hindu,"' and made  from clear Havana Killer,  WANTED���������Ihvyi and Girls to  send fo- n Free Sample Copy of  WKSTKUN LIKE and act *������ aT  tti'iits In country dhtiictH, Good  coinmi^ion hIIowi-iI, Addnw:  The OitIx.ni Printing in.,1 Publlsl.  iug 0>. Hin Grnuvillo Street,  Vhiicoiiht, P. C,  Hero Is Iho wny lhe popers will  write up weddings ten yenrs hence  '��������� The bride looked very well in a  traveling dross, but all eyes wero  centered upon lliu groom, Ho  wore n dark suit that lifted his  form perfectly and in his dninty  gloved hands lie carried a small  riiae, Ills curly hair wns beaiiti.  fully done, and u delicate odor of  hair oil of the best quality floated  ilnwit thn nlslc n������ ho pfl,w.-l     Tlm  yonng people will m\w him now  thut he is iimniod. ��������� lie is loved  by all for his many accomplishments, his tondor  grace ami  his  V, ilHiii.-^ V-ixyt, TllC hi'idi. wiu ���������  iniuids a good salary ns bookkeeper  and tho groom will miss none of  thu luxuries to which he hns been  accuKtomad, A crowd of pretty  men hiiw him off at llm dopot,  For Kale���������Strong Express wagon,  with cou������r cheep apply Rig Store  A numlier of eommei-einl  men  arrived hy Tiir-Mlity's doat. *u.xiaxi . lU'VJUuMUl  r  Y-U  Gu tn be H a ndfl etas  i  NOTICE Is hereby given that one month  from data we iutesd to apply to th* Suptr-  intendt-nt of Provincial Police, Vict^rin,  for a renewal of the Hotel Lieeree he'd  by us for the NiIbou Hotsl, s>tu������ted ut  Uuion Bay,'B.C.  FRASEU &  OlSHOl'  Dated 12th d������y of Oct., 1909.  NOTICE is hereby givon that one month  from dito I intend t*> apply to tho .Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria  for n r������newai of th������ H������t<-1 Lioense lield l>y  rae for the raimer 1UU1, si uated at  B������yne Souu I, li. 0. *J  James S. Day  Dated 12th d������y of Oct., 1909.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink   U-v B. C Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  ]VIeCopmiek Harvest Tools  Goto  JOHN McLEOBS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  J.   \y  ���������'��������� . ... , .,,1.1,  CANDY;: FRUITS,*,  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-pud service  between Vancouver,  Naiiaimo.i Union, Coniox, by tho  sfcjel'fiXvde built twin ger**  ;-.   steuiner "COWIOHAN"  ; 'Sailing as under'���������  *  Loaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 p ni  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p ai  Arrives Uniou, -SuwHy 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8 a in  ltetu ruing:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uoioj Suuday5pm  ;.   Arrive* Niuaimo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives Vaucouver Monday 7 a ui  Stage liavei Union for Cutnberlan 1 ever}' Sunday morning on arrival of'COWIOHAN;" and leaves Cumberland Hotel  at 1pm, connwtiug with ttean-er st  Union.  FOR .i>ALE:-r*L' ivc i ooi:iixi= cou :���������  tage, with pantry, bnthroom and  electric light. Loc tiO x 6b\ feet.  Furniture and piano, also, for sale.  For particulars, etc. call at this  office or address i\ O, Box, 1-48  City.  4  rt  TAKE NOTICE that I  intend  NOTICE  I will iiot be.responsible for any v  debts contracted iu  my name, at- ���������  tor August 28th 1909, without my  written order.  William Gleason,  to apply to the Board of Licensing  Commissioners at their next meet-'  NOTICE���������Farm for sale,with  or without stock aud implements, For particulars apply to  T. Beckensell, Comox, B. C.  #���������  wFOR> SALE-^One^rliiver and ^  ;   - ���������'.'"'!4������g*i'hold on the second  Wedhcs--.      ������������������   ,-      i a     i   .   m  r-rk.-t.c , mn*n. rjktii". ��������� ,    '.  t, . .   i two working horses. Appy toM  CIGARS & TOBACCOS, dayin September next for perms-.��������� _.���������     .���������%-   .   . ...i). L  , J���������������������������      '     ���������.'���������,-," /,. H. Piercy, Sandwick, B. C.  6ion-to remove mv wholesale liquor  NOTICE ia kerely givon that e.o month  from dato I intend to ������pply to Ihe Su^er*  iiitendoutof Provincial Police, Victoria  for a renewal.of the llo-.U Lictms������ held  b v me. for Wilson Hotel, situated at Un-  ;..i: B.C. "  ���������  J.so. Humphrey  Da'ed 12th day oi Oit, 1909.  NOTICK i's heruby given that oue month  from date I inteud to apply to the Sup������r-  int-rideut if Provi-oinl Police, Victoria  for a renewal i.f the Hotol L cenfe hold by  uio for for the Lome Hotel, situated at  Comox,  B.C.  Flokkscb M. Cliffe  Dated 12fch d.iy of Oct., 1909.  BINDERS  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  TWINE  BUGGIES     ���������  WAGONS  CA    Y'  .HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC.  '     NOTICB is hereby given that o -6 mouth  1      from date I intend to apply to the S; per-  intendeutof Provincial Police,' Victoria  t-^���������for-n-!enewHl-of-theiHofel���������L5eea������a-helil-  I     by me for the Riverside Hotel,  situnted  at Courtenay, B.C.  JT O. H.Fl'CUNKR  Dated 12th day of Oct,. 1909.  Walworth-Rolston Go.Ltd'  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B.C.  ��������������� Hunden  G  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  in season at  D. H UNDENTS  y wnoiesaie liquor  business from its pre6ejit location  o,i Lot 9, Block 2,-Dunsmuir Av-  eu tio^^ty^ot ^  premises to be erected by me on  lot 11, in Block &V pnnsm������ir Av-  eiiua, City of Cumberland.  ' at i  GlAM  MUSSATTO.  -AND-  NQriCKia hereby jrjvon th:it one month  froin dite I in toad to ayyly t > the Su^er-  intonbent cf Provincial Police, Victoria  fr a renewal of the Hotel Lice. \so held  ly mo f������r the Spring lun Hotol, situated  ou Comox Road, B. V.  Joiik H. Pikkt  Dated 12th d������y of O.ti, 190;������.  I* *���������*  f Cumberland Livery *  bnd feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS :OF : ALI^  KINDS  .....  eje  ���������I*  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any person or per  3ohs���������except tain crew���������it' strictly  prohibited. Employees rre sub-  ice to dismissal for allowing sain-  * ..      By order  '"'' FiUNcifc D. 'Litti.k  Mdnagei.  NOTICE  Any person or persons,,cutting,  remuviug or taking any blocks,  timber or'wood, ofv^hy-descrf-ptiodl't  belonging tottlift 'Wellington CoU  dery Co'y., or from or off the bind  of the said (/Ompjii).y|.<ll*ill bc proo-  ecuted to the full extent of the law.  ; :,'^,,.-p. Little."  S������J>erin,tendent  Wellington Colliery t^y.  FpII^ALE���������Mason, au,A* Risch  Diano in good order, co.6t $400.00  will sell for $250.00 cash. Apply  to Joseph Potter,  Union, B. C.  .First class Chinese cook thor  ouglily reliable,  wants situation.  Apply News office or Wong Kong,  ���������������--���������-  FOR SALE���������A   light general  purposo team   of   horses,   weight  2200 lbs. Strong and true pulling.  Price $240.00. Apply at tliis ot-  fico or to T. L'-iureuce, Kye Bay,  Comox, B. C.  All local items of a business  natute will be charged for at the  standard rate of ioc. a Hue.  COMOX   ELECTORAL   DISTRICT  Eevision of Eegister of Voters.  NOTICK is hbreby givo.i that ono mouth  J_\  froni'dtto liutenl to ij-yly to tho Super-  intondeni of Provinoinl Police,  Victoria  for a renew d of the Hotel  Lioensn held   ,      mmm _/-_s\_-i  by ms for tho  Union   Hotel, aituuted at  !!     \VOOCJ  Union, B. 0. '  Samuel 0. Davis  Dated 112th day of Oct., 1900.  KO I IOR is I erehy give tlm1: ono mori h  it tor date 1 in i-iul w Mfpy t tee Super-  intendont if 1'rovitoUlPolice, Victoria  for ��������� renown of the Hotel Licei so I old  by me for tl e tour enay Ilo el, sltuntud  at Couriou'iy, II, U.  Jon.v H. Johnston  Kh tid 12th dny of. Oct.,  NOTICK is hereby given that juo mouth  fr>m date I inUnd to i- pply to tlio Superintend of Provincial I'ulioo, Vict rin fot u  for a r newal nf ho Hotel Loeiiso held  hy me for the Bik Hotel, situn.ed at Comox, 11,0.  Gkowjk O. Macuosalp  Dated 12th day of Oot., 11)00,  NO UUU it hereby inVn  that  ant  month from da.o 1 intond t* apply to tho  If Hu-jerlntomloat nf I'nnltieinl Pol c������, Vio-  * toiiftf.ira  r������uewnl ut tho llottl LUoinw  hull) by mo for tliol'ort Augtutu Hotol st-  iiute.l at coniox, U.l\  J, U. ltOt.MK������  Dated I'2th dny of tU��������� \m,  and Coal  Hauled  Duusmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   II. C.  LAND ACT  FORM OP NOriUR.  Saywnrd Land District.  District of Sayward.  Tuko notice that fluorgo Daiui  Mumford of New York City, U 8  A., occup.ition Lawyer nud Mine  Opnrator, intendi to apply for por-  mlsilon to pureluiio Ihe following  dMeribod land*:���������Cnmmoticin-R et  n poll plittuod nt a fprlng about  two ami one imit unioi liiKtsm iu ������  fouth oou'erly direction from the  head uf  Ornnlto Day  and  about  -4  9  For Fall Planting  Imported  miLUS  FROM THE    EST  FRENCH    HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS.  HOME   OROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English Holly   Grown in iho only pnrt of the  American continent not Infested  with the San Jose scale. Our  trees do not have to bo fumigateij  and consequently dniiiitgod, Full  line of Gw'dun, Field and Flower  Seeds in stock grown hy the host  and most reliable PaoificConst and  foreign growers.  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies, Spray  Pumps, Spraying material Cut Flow-  era, Etc  M.   J.    HENRY  Oreenhouaoo, Seed Houaua and Post  Office Addre>a,  8010 WESTMINSTER ROAD,  Branch Nurnory, South Vanoouvor,  Vancouver,    ���������   B. C.  Take notice that objections have been made to the retention  of; any of ther following names upon the Register .of Voters for  the Comox Electoral District on the grounds that the persons  'thereTrTnarned'have, fora period of six month's prior to the first  ' day of November, 1909, ceased to reside in the said Comox Electoral District. And take notice that at the Court of Revision  tobe held on the first day of November, 1909, at tii Coart  House, Cumberland, at   io o'clock in the forenoon, I shall hear  *   " I ,'-';' ifiA  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  ister.    Dated this 6th day of October, 1909.  JOHN BAIRD, Registrar of Voters.  NAME  RESIDENCE  MVen������W,nOmnd.edfeetdlit(tr,tln;. J|1C Courtenay Hotel  aouthoily direction from the noutlii J  shore ot Lynn Lake, ihffi'������ nor b  W  r  twenty ohnin.* ['20] ohalna, tln-iiM  ttitttftir'.y [40] chitine, ihoi'-cc mmth  twenty {'Ml) chaina, tbenoa wrst  forty [40] chnins lo the point of  conimcuceitient, nud tomairdng  [bO] tiatra mow or lw.  GEOrUJK DANA MUMFORD  Name nf Applicant (in full]  Dated Aug., 2nd, ItiQD,  Every con ver ton*? for guests.  The Oential Hat������l for flportumon  Nime but the licit of Winet and L!qunr<i  *t the Ktr.  fTATKfl        REASON ABLE  KOU SALK-Diiving out fit;  youiiB mare, gontlf, aotind, city  IkoIco, not (tfruld of nutomnbllc^;  s������fo for ii lady'odrive. Alaohar*  i.osa nnd n pnolloally new democrat two lent wngon, only been lu  uso a mw montiM     i'ricu  lor the  ivlmlc OUltlt a-ildAlxJ.    Will Boll f������p  arato,    Vanoouver real ortate lak*  an in oxclunge.   Apply to  8. V. DOBSON,  wtiiuoa Hay,  Anley, Krauci's A .,   Uoddy, VVillium Frederick   Ilurnett, Frank   Collis, Henry P   Dillon, Henry A   Foalcr, Thomas W...  Guthro, John   Oosliy, J Frank  Cumberland   t ������ ���������  ��������� i ��������� ���������  Cumberland....   Courtenay   Klk Hotel, Coniox.....   Cumberland   n    Courteiuty.  ,,,,,,...  ., ������������������������������������<  ,,,........  HerTermui, John Jos..  Hudson, Joseph   Irwin, Thomas   Jolly. Thomas Gordpn.. ��������� ��������� /  Laiid, Marsltall   Lipplat, Gerald A   Lucas, H C   McArdle, Maurice  McDonald, Coll....  McDonald, Daniel ��������� ���������  McMillan, David K  McKay.  !>t..im!d  Miller, James J....  Moore, Ilerbcit....  Morgan, MorRan  OCCUPATION  Accountant   Merchant.......  Carpenter   Manager of Store  .1 I' and Agent...  Hotel Keeper....  Miner   * t * t  * * a  Farmer ,.  Fiteniau   Pal iitef   Fanner..........  t'oke-Kurncr   Miner   fttket   Miner.   Stoncma.sou..  John Johnston,    Prop  lm  NOTICK U Hereby given that at  iho imxt incut Iny of the Liwuiw  Oonitnl^lotuTs' of tho Cf'yof (bun  iN-rlniul, I iiit-Hid to ipply fora  t nn it-fer of ihi' hotel liceuae held  '���������v iiif f������������r tho Waverlj HoM, ������it-  Mattel on lot 2, Idnek 3, CinnlHur-  i.xnd townaitu U* Frai-lt Dftlh"*.  Ull IIAUIt Cut.  m<������\ I2fh dny of October 1MK������.  V'll it        it  .*, ,v\J,.'Ai.t,   ,,<*...>   ���������' '  Richards, James A   Roslwroiigh, Thomas   Rosewflll, George Arthur....  Rtwhwortti, Alfred   Redding, Roy C   Sharp, Kendrick - |������'������������iir������ena.v  TuHidije, Wilfrid Untie ;������ Wh rlau  Whyte, Walter   Williams, i'rancU 7.   ftf*ittet������it*������  Courtenay   Cuiubeiland   ��������� ���������If   i ii i   tea*   it   ita*  Courtenay.....   Union Hay ������������������  Cumberland    Coinox.......... *,...,,,,,,.  t.  *....,,.,......    .....  Union liny..   Cotirtcmiy |Hotcl-Ket per  ���������<         Shoemaker...  (Iiimbfrlnnd lltmcher   i.  I     *������    ....  I'utuox 7-������K}������tr   Cumbtrland jMcrclia'it  McDonald's Farm, Vmox 'Fanner   f-...;;i;.,,.ja;.j  ,,    "ii;..,.*-  ������������������  Firemen   Lome Hotel, Oomox Fanner   Coinox i****%mer   Uiiiou Uay ('**'��������� |������ ������'i������ ��������� ���������  i um!>t!iit I ���������    ' I"-"1*   * ������<mi ictor...   ������ ink   ������������������         ,    Minn   *i     ,',IV' JVTIMtl   ,  Dead  ta   ���������  i| i t i i  t * i t  ������t*  t * a *  ��������� t ��������� #  t*t������   I  M  (  MUM  I  McQuillan, Henry I' jl'mmw.. F.iimcr   I'icklea,  David ....JDcnnmn Island  , ������������������������������������  Rtid, Wm I.S.iwmill, Union I.iii.iU mat!  . j^^fit^-yj-���������.-*-  ir-'-JSPr^iSf  a-r^a-new^^  (TALKS PKOM THE GOLDEN WEST.)  A Dear Little Girl  at the Rink  ISat Down Just as Quick  As a Wink;  Said She: "I Don't See  Why They Giggle at Me,  It Is Very Polite���������  1 Don't think 1  111 just Sling the Old Skates  v   Out of Sight,  And Stay Home With My Mother  At Night;  I Will Learn Light Housekeeping  With  ROYAL CROWN SOAP:  And May Soon Have a Bome of My Own  Don't "Xou Hope t  | That Will Beat Boiler Skating All Bight.  %nnRmtflra^  Tho City Council mot in regular session on .Mon-ny evening,  thero being present h lull board  with the exception of Aldennm  Partridgo.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and lumpicd.  Auctmts���������J. Ii (Jiuy, $18.80;'  J. MeLeod,$3,50;C;iiut)bell Bros.  $9.00; B.C. PoitiTj,'8301.10;  Freight, 530.85; Yi a' i-r Works Co  83 yU; A.  JMcF.ar'ane,  S35.75;  ^.communication wiis riceived  from Lloyds Plate tstuas Co., of  Victoria, claiming $,Ds.lo* for glass  broken in S. Loiser tv. Co'a stoie  by,city workmen.  J-t mms decided  Oet, 20th  YOU  InS  ummer  ���������-less food ia needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palatable  and nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods is  BOVRIL  to get. legal advicem tlm matter  Communication   iiuui    P.    P.  Harrison, re extension of city Iim  , its. Tho matter was laid  over until Mr. Dunsmuir can  bo interviewed. '  Communication from B. C. Tele  phone Co., stating tlmt they had  installed a free telephone in the  city building and ������ili also place  one iu the hospital, idiortly.  A commuuicatsoii was read  from J. 8. Gordon, Inspector of  schools congratulating city on  thu creditable condition uf school.  It was decided by iho council  that parties wishing to drain thoir  cellars into city seuvrn, sign a con  tract that thty will uot hold the city  responsible for " any damage that  may be caused by Inn-king up of  sawago,  Tho couucil wont i. to a committee of tha whole to consider  the amendment to the luiuor li*  cense by-law.  The mayor lias cull xl a public  meeting to dUcat-s tip mutter of  rtlivf'to the LadysiniUi sufferers  by the recent explosion. The meet-  ing Io culled for Tluin duy the  aistiiiRt., ut 7:110 p. m.  A Harvest Tlmiiksg'ving ser*  vico will b<*held lu (Jrnv .Methodist Clnii'.ili. Sttuday i-wiiingnext.  The church will bu appropriately  decorated aud-special manic will  bo rendered by lhe choir and by  foiuu uf the Sunday m-Ii-.o! schol-  ttid, A thank olTt'i'iug will by re-  uni ml. Tho torvici! u ili be of in*  ti<r.'ht, ti'ibov^atid liiil-  i'i  woll as  a I.ills.  ���������ii   ii   i i M*��������� i������tfrim������i������ial������   ������������������  Tlio huHpit.nl (lullcetiii.'s on Saturday lust,   IllilUUtltU'i tu t-Vl'V \wo  liilllllrV'O ������IOiUil>,  Mr John Thomson'nnd Miss  Thomson arrived homo by Wednesday's boat.  Ooprge Brown andT. Bickle arrived home by Wednesday.s boat.  Mrs. J. K. Gray was a passen.  ger by Thursday's outgoing boat.  A grand Hallow'eeu concert  will bo givon by the Ladies' Aid  of Grace Methodist Cliurch, on  Friday evening, October 29th.  This promises to be tho event of  the season. Particulars Inter,  Dr, Kerr, the dentint, is in town  and is registered at tlio Cumber  land Hotol.  aim  Soon be  Drinking  Pilsener  fleady in  5 Weeks.  Dr.  and    Mrs.   Gillespie   arrived homo by Friday's boat.  "Always the same, and just a6  good as ever. Tho "Grand Duke"  Cigar.  FOR SALK���������Pure Bred Jersey  Hull 3 years old."' Apjily to John  Knight, Comox, li. i),  CARD OF THANKS  I tftke this opportunity of thanking  the public  who  so  willingly and  generously contributed to my aidon  pay-day. Andrew Ponmreski  Me. ami  r .iit h'������iiie  Wii' u luugthy visit iu tin  cm  eide,  ill'-.,    llll    li H'lllW |!|'������  .y   !;rid.ty'������   *>nnt  nf-  Atneii-  NOTICE     NOTICB      NOI1CK  P*n|i!c hnta hran e������nii|������1.4iiing i  bnut tlm ma*et Isftinp ,+uuliur.  V>\������ ������i������h toitdviof itifu. t   ih   nnt  the water,   but ths ten ii cy mr nt*  lilt.   Try a pound <if   !i<   fii.������������ii  "\l He,<i|.l" "IVi aud !��������������� ��������� ��������� ���������< .n-fd  '     v      \f..|,J'..*,  'hi. Ti..-.i.i  Av- t .-..���������i.'f ri'ij.-i  DUNSMUIR  TOWNSITE  NOW ON THE MARKET  This beautiful JJjact consisting of 160 acres, situ*  ntedSon l^y'iiejr'^uiu'l adjoinitig<tJ^ivjjii?  now siib-divlth  dential lo^  DON'UV^I  BUY AT HOT  is NOW,  mid the*'  ,  speculation U DUNSM'l  DontWait Doit  Secure a Home  LOTS FROM $75.00 UP  also bltckb of   12,   14 antl  iS   lots at reduced prices.  Terms Tritiiin reach of all*  NO INTEREST NO TAXES  WRITE AT ONOB aud secure tho choicest selections  to  J. B.  HOLMES  or  GEO, H. KOPPITZ  COMOX  on   UNION   BAY  ���������'     COURTENAY.  m  ' The Comox Agricultural and  Industrial Society intend holding  its annual meeting also a social  on the evening of Thanksgiving  Day, (Monday) October, 25th, at  8 o'clock, in the Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, 13, C. All  members and friends of the above  society are cordially invited to attend this meeting. Remember the  date,Monday evening, Oct., 25th,  n good meeting is expectod. Come,  all are welcome.  We *ro pleased to learn that our  local fair directors have sent a  rery good district exhibit over to  the New Westminster fair. They  are determined to let the balance  of the province see that there is a  place in existance called Comox  District. Exhibits were collected  by the committee from thc whole  of the district, including Denman  and Hornby Islands,,Comox, Cour  tenay, Cumberland, Happy Valley,  Saudwick nud Grantham.  We congratulate the ''Saturday  Sunset'' on its Bplendid issue called the Vigorous Vancouver e-  dition. lt is really a fine production, richly illustrated and a credit to the publishers.  The way the yard sticks rattled,  hardware- jingled and our merchants and clerks moved around  Saturday indicated a lively day  for our business men; and the  people that thronged our thorough-  hires were delighted Jn tho bar-  gTihTflley^lia^'pocketed^aliirili^  general verdict is this is the place  to trade. ������~.  FORSALE���������Jersy ebw, in calf  also one mare good for saddle or  buggy���������Apply News office or to  M. Perez, CourtKnay.  FOR SALE���������Two houses, situate in Jerusalem. Will be sold  cheap, Enquire, P. P, Harrison  b'arrister-at-law.  LAND ACT.  FORM OP NOTICE.  Oomox Land Dintnct.  District of Valdez Isiund,  Take notico that H. A. Bull, of  Heriot Bay, I), C, occupation'  merchant, intends to apply for per  mission to leaso the following described foreshore;���������  Com mencing tit a post planted  nt high water mark on the east  thoro of Calmish Buy. Valdez Island, about forty 40 chains north  of the south-east eorner of lot U18  tlience duo north ten chaina to u  point on tho north shore of Uni;-  11 iul 1 Uay, thuneo following the  ���������shore linn iu a south-easterly tlir-  ootloti f 1 vo chains; thenee iu a  Aonth westerly direction to thu  loint nf commencement, and con-  llvu nuros more or less,  JloWA A. Ml'I.U  ameof Applicant In full,  '���������pleiuhtii' iJiiil, 1901*  ^������H"H-l"H-fr'H"M"i"H-i-M-M"lj  jl.; Singer-  I Sewing I  j- Machines  :| For Sale.  *'��������� ���������ON���������  \\ Easy Terms if  1 A. E. Palmer i  I  DISTRICT AGENT     2  ������I������I"M-H"H-!"I"!'-I"I-I"I"I"1"W������M"1  LAND ACT.  FOUM oFnOTICE.  Oomox Laud District.  District of Valdez Island.  Tuko Notice that II, A, Hull,  of Heriot Uuy, H.O., occupation  merchant, InHtds to apply for  IMU'iiiiHsion to puri'lutHo Iho following ili'seribcd lainls :���������  Coiniueneiiig at a put,t plantod  on the south east eornor of lot  three hundred and eighteen, 3118,  Valdex Wand, H. (1, thence east  twenty, 2U, clmiim; thunce north  forty, 10, iliitiiu,; rlu-ncti west  twenty, 20, chains; thenco south  forty, 40, chnins, ������<> the point of  .���������oiiiiiii-ui'������iiiii-nt, and I'unluiiiir.g  ������'i*vjh',������, ^t)t ,,i-r,>. lui'ji. orli������ii,  '. i>->������ \. Ht t.i.  Vi 'I-.- >���������*' Ap| ii.'.'if.r U. fut!.  ;������;������i������������.| S.-pt'-ttiln-i' :������inl. Wny,*  FOR SALE���������Pure bred white  Leghorn roostors; this yearns birds,  hatched from impbrttd eggs.  Guaranteed from the beat egg lay-  ing strain on. the coast. Price $1  each. Apply J. Laurence^ Comox  post oflice, B. C.  ; Not ouly is it a ��������� nice mild  smoked but the "Grand Duke"  Cigar bas all those necessary  qualities which give so much  satisfaction to the smoker.  Mr. and Mra.   W. Piercy, left  by Thursday's boat,  ��������� *������     .i   * ���������  AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE  at all hours, with a careful driver.   E. 0. Emde, Cumberland.  NOTICE:���������No ads will be  changed after Monday noon of each  week.  ��������� mi 1)   FOR SALE; Man or Woman���������  My South African Veteran Bounty  Land Certificate issued by the  Department of Interior, Ottawa;  good for 320 acres of any Dominion land open for entry in Alberta,  Saskatchawan, or Manitoba. Any  person over the age of 18 years, ^>,  man or woman, eau acquire this  land with tliis Certificate. For  immediate sale $800.00, Write or  wire, L. E. Telfoid, 131 Shuter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mflfcE TO   d^DER RflD  IN ANV STYLtE YOU CUlSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  b; c  fioVArrAN'orcpsDir^"  Cumberland, b.c,  i  !  Cavitai.. 54,600,000  Kksbrve, ?5,3C0,0C0  A&sktu,   *53,000,000  Hkposi-j., 858,000.000  ===== Money Orders -*'*:== +  Issued in 'Dollars, Pounds Sterling,   Fnincs,'Marks,, Rublos- $  ������������������Lires, Kronen, etc.-��������� ���������  Payable All  Over   the    World. |  Savirgs Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards. '���������  hI. "F. MONTGOMERY ���������������������*������������ . t  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������4        990a99999->99*e9e-t>e9e999  j Carpet Squares  A Li Li SIZES and q pine $aage  of Colorings.  '������������������*/'-���������' -'��������� V  During October we offer our entjtc  stock  of CARPET  SQUARES &   LACE CURTAINS AT A DISCOUNT  of  TWENTY PER CENT. FOR CASH,  Our stock of Furniture & House 'Furnishings is MORE  COMPLETE THAN EVER.  The Right Price  Furniture Store,  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  A. McKinnon  CUMBERLAND  '������������������*���������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������ ������������������������IMHM  , ���������i������������H  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B, C.  C9������)MlMMSfMMHM     ���������������������������������������������������������������������������8lMiitOO  m  S. I������AKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made ������o ^rdcr  from Sao to 8.VS    All Work First Clnm  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������  While in Cuniberlond Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Freeh and Sail Meatsauri F'nrin Produce  All Orders Promptly Dfliverfd.  F R. Webster, Mnnafjer.  ...'^���������a^^'JM^-^^m

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