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 .���������-T-  ^������ .V*m~���������-���������*~     *   ...     / ..      />     '* /.'     t'   -���������  l'/CT  C;'1A. 'c  /  E CUi  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of ������omox District.  TiiR News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, NOV, 3, 1909  Subscription $2.00 a Ykar.  xaur������cataar������aoaa2i5K3v.i  THE BIG STOR.E  Is headquarters for up-to date (CLOTHING for men,  youths and boys. Splendid'lines to choose from at prices  that are the lowest possible, considering quality.    We aie  1 .   ' '���������  We Sell  -��������� For Less  sole agents for San ford's reliable  AND CLOTHES  You must realize'of  course that quality-  pays in clo!lies'���������its the  only thing that does  pa)'. - You-can always  buy cheap clothes,'but  you had better, not,  they. are very expens-.  ive. We are making  a specialty of' HIGH  VALUE i CLOTHES  for .men au5. boys at  prices that you .won't  object to pay when,  ybu see and once 'fit on  tlie garment Our mens  ~ suits are priced at  ���������12,00, 15,00  20.00 -&-$ 25  See our lines of; OYERCQATS &  \  p. ecial assortment of Fancy Buster-"Brown and ot2ier style suits .for  little boyss ���������..;;'  . Wc are agents for tke Sexni-Rea-  dy "Clothes to; measure*  I    Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  ttSHfflHmraraassra^ *xsebs___  I J. N. HcLEODt ���������%,'������.  NEW DRESS GOODS FOR FAIiLt.  Splendid Shouiing.  FS  Sell  The display of New Fall Dress Materials will interest every intend  ing purchaser, wheiher you lequire inexpensive or hi^h class fabrics,.by  all me-ins inspect out slock.   T\vo noteworthy items follow:������������������  SATIISf STRIPE SUITING-An   attractive   tailotlng  fabric of  good wcijjht-and finish, comes 46 inches wide in newest shades at $1.00  uynrd.   DRESS TWEEDS���������Comes in pietty slndes  and  4S inches:  wide.    We make tlvs line our Icitler in dress goods, ON (.^ 7?c. a yard.  Large assortment of Flannelettes, Wrappereiies and Kimona  cloths, prices ranging fronvinc. to :5c. a yd.  We also wish 10 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's Natural-Wool, No. 95, Si.25 garment  "  . Heavy Underwear, 75c and 5i 00 garment  "    Fleece -Lined,    50J    and   60c    garment  Come one mkI all lo the Coiner Store, you will find what you want   and  can.count on price and quality being right. ������  THE CORNER  STORE  n        Dunsmuir Avenue, TJUMJIEIILAND, IS. C.  -.rrgt^ftyjr^M'L-*^ 1 mwiMCmmmiuaiut ifj^^jmammi^gl^mtmmm.*^^  r������^������^lTfcT^yvTiwM,iw.i������w*iP'^J������������3*n������'"*^^*^������^Wtt^wr'T..l*Mr^Ttfa mm  _������^3 BS8HK2J Bg_g������Sa 5^2^ GSSOTS  Liberals Nominate Their  COME AND SEE  Onr up to date slock of  l*\Vl,Tv & WIN-  TUK GOODS.     A large line of Heady-  Made Garments   for-.- ladies aud children  also .piece goods.   ^  Ohlldron*������a Stfon-fi: Sohool /Shreu  ������nct Rubber.***.      Ppf IVlen, Boots  anct   Shoot*  of  till   Ivinda,   Hut*i,  Clothing, roticly-mad������ and to or*  der-; CHovea. Shirt** and  Under-  went',   Soalca   In txr&at  variety.  A large -shipment of Walk-  Over Shoos juot added to  opx Stock.  COME, nnd BUY  5 per cent, discount'for cash or monthly  payment*.  VIcPHEE&SONS  J-  te.  At tho Liberal convention hold  on Tuesday evening, Nov.. Sud, at  tho Firo IInli, Mr. J. M.'ForreiH,  of Shoal Bay, was unanimoutdy  elioscn as "eniididato, iu pending  provincial oloution.' Tlio mooting  wns ono of tho largest ovor hold in  (Jiiniberhmd, and iWryuno wont  ivwuy with tho impression tlmt Mr.,  Forrest will provo a winnor.  Mr. Forro.-'t will arrive in tl 1 ik  portion of iho diatriot, tliiu wook,  and will eutor into a vigorous cuu.  viishoI' tho district.  * 0 *  The |iromii'Piit mr-nd'ors of tin*  Libornl Association pit vioun to 0.-1.  volition, <-mlo!tvoroil lo aoi M*,P,  P. liarr.8.111, hirrio or, nf thi-J ciy,  10 iipioi.i iho nouiin itlon, hut for  roiunr.M cf nurd 1 0 . h'i was' uiifor  !Ulilttt"ly.(Ullnlilo '(' i:0(ii|il. Millar-  I'h'im is Hi'll nnd fuvo ably Icimwti  iu Ihiii pur* of 1 bo ojiintry, )uivir.|r  11! all tiii)"H hu 1 vi'i'y luuivtj ii, tht-  li|tim)!*iH i.f l|.i������ l,ii clnl pii'tv. Mr,  llHi'������'ii*.iii( who in woll iiequuin til  -.villi III liti:? jnliiioil Iiimc, pie*  (liniii n vicory fnr tlm LiIo-hIh nn.l  coiu-iiiurri iho Lin-mi loininm.', \V  .\l������ K Koto*,!, an ox.ii-l cut onndi ���������  rlro from every point of inw,  Has He Lost His Brains,  To tiie Editor of the Nr.ws.   ,  Sir:���������More than thirty years  ago the original transcontinental  railway route was planned by  way of Seymour Narrows; although, (the pioneer road in n  country being always, thi most  expensive to construct by reason  of the difficulty of transportation)  the course of the 0. I\ R, was  changed in I lie cheaper direction  of Burrard Ir.let,  Hut. the idea of a railway by  the Seymour Narrows route has  never been given up, aud tin  Canadian Northern, in its gradu  al advance to the Pacific, wns  confidently expected to take thai  cpuisc,   the difficulties of eon-  being    now   111 grcal  b.^JrU*a_5&-^  struct 1011  measure , couuterhnlauced     h*  cheaper transputUiiou ul niaie-  ri-ils,  llu I what do wo lieur today?  The last ofthe trnuiiooniineu-  till lineji, itiMi'iid of taking tlu  original route which we iu Oo:n  ox have been living, so hmg in  expectation of, is to be 11 ss i.s ted  by Premier McBride in'o \'nn-  coiiyur!  >%5^   ^3-fc  ELG1NS 8c������������������ WA.LTHAMSt\:  on Monthly Payments.       "  STODDART  The Jeuueletr  Removed Next the Royal Bank, Cumberland  Assisted, mark you, to the easiest route it could possibly take !  Of course the people of Vaucouver and tlie .'lower mainland  are iu high glee over the proposal���������they want all the railroads  they can got. But what of us,  who see our last chance thrown  away ?  What good is McBride's rail  way policy to tlie island of Vancouver?  Common sense would say that  unless Mackenzie and Maun lake  tlio Seymour Narrows route tbey  neither need nor should got a  cent of Government help. And  that is evidently the position taken by the retiring ���������ministers,  I have always snspeoled that  Tatfow furnished the brains of  Mie enbinet, aud, as a Conscrva-  'ive, I am sorry to see lhe suspi<  oiou confirmed, D  Dr. Kerr, the dentisl, will  enve town ou.Saiurdny for Uni-  11 I lav, where ho will remain  me week.  ��������� ������������������    *. .mmm-    A*****,**mr*m**m"W*M  \Vhnt ililfi'it'iii'i' if tho luwii doiiK  Jtodry.' -wliilf Slvl'ltet-.s1 noil (wtiiii-  Ian- 'K'ti,  lh; und Mi>, Mi'.Naiightuii \u������in  j piiiM-iigi-i-H by Wi'ilue^laj'^  lu.af.  NOT I oii:.  NOTICE is hereby givon that  npblioation will bo made to tbo  I'arliaii.oiit or Cai.tuhi at tho iioxc  Sosiiion thorooi' for an Act. author-  i/.ing tho Vancouver Island nnd  Eastern Uni I way Company lo con  struct, ctjuip and opernfo 11 lino of  niilwny from it point at or ueiir  Soyinniir Niiri'ow.n mi Vancouver  Island in a northerly diiveiiou iuuI  hy tho niortt I'lMisiiilo rotitn to a  point on Qualsino vSound \'ntii!OU*  vor Isiund, in exlea.-iuu 01 tlio  lines of niilwny auihorizoil to bo  constructed by the Aot of tho  Parliament of Ctiiiuda passed in  tlioSossion 7-8 Kdwanl VII Chap  tor 1117 and iiititlcil: -An ,\ct to  Incorporate tho Vaiioonvia' Island  nnd Kiistorn Railway Conipany'',  ami applying 1 lit* pnivisii-ns of tho  sniil abovo-iiiiiiu'tl Act lo the mid  cUi-ii-sion nml for iho ooiitiuui.liou  of ihocliiirtor ofiliosiiiil Company,  iin-l for an oxtonsioii of timo for  . tho coniiiioiii'i'int'iit of ("(������|ih|i iii'lioii  and eonipli'lion of iho .-ou'il linon of  niilwny by the said iibuv<---ii,(eii-  ihiiti'd Actautlioriaod  lo  bo O'lii*  .���������.ll'IK'lod.  UATI'.I) nt Victoria. I!rili������li  t'opimbin. thiis iiilioli'olilh d-������y of  (Hlobvi', A, I.)., IDOll.  11. I'. Lour,  Solit'iti'r for iho Appli.-;iiits,  I' 0. llo\ 1 Vii-ioriti, ii. C  a  t:^ 1 MEN'S   -T* LASS  a-*  ii  -"frl  m^imi mffl<m isjgswi:  Jtgam **i*4****+b-������?*f>me*^^  MAROCCHI BROS  **  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBEHLANO BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company's HKHR nud  POKTKK.      Wholesale Dealers hi all Kinds of  Witien and l,iqii(#.  SECOND    STREET        i  ������>^v^VH*M>r^'%������V%������^'*N'**vS__Jr  NOTlCli is ho.ohy given that  tliirtv day* after tho  first  tmbli  j J'  *r',., t l ������1  catioii of thi.< notico. I  intmnl  to 1 j[;  apply 1  I  tlio Hotel Liceuso  Ho.tel Hituated at heriot  uay  (\ for the term of six month* com  iiu'iii'ing .lunuiry Ul, IlilU,  IJitcil ncl.o!.t*i,  "d-.Ud, I.IU',1,        1  [Signed) 11, A. lloi.r.,    |[  Heriot |Jay, l������. C-jE  s  pply lo   l)u<   biipeiiiitoii.li'iit   of f /'v   /  --  'rovineial l'olico for a renewal of 8 i^j.,"y\  l for tho   Heriot   9  Heriot  Hav. II.   ?  IS  i 1  r  if-. ,\  <'������������������<���������%  W HIGH  Vlothhv:g  ������������������til/  ��������� !/  *. *���������*���������  t*'  u  n 1  '    I* -J  .    -   ,.,."V    -\  Z'Am.i*'  *,. :d i  It-  ' l\il *  a ���������������t  1'  Mr Hill Mr*. T, IMti-t   iiniied  l������y Wi!ilne*������ibiyV bont.  V  t*, *~~���������  1  Ju������t ro'.,r-i\'ed our I'.ill and Wiutn .c*io<.k <d M  MEN'S CLOTHING ���������  AND OVI-RCOATS Ij  in the well Iriown "Ifit rite"   make, iti navy blue serge j  aud fancy stiipt-s at  $20.00 & $25.00  Conic in end Win a LocK Before Buying f,  YOUR FALL SUIT- '  CAMPBELL BROS.  Dunsmuir Hvcnuc Cumbcrltnd  ���������SZAZmZiKA THK   NEWS,   CbAlBKKJLAND,   BRITISH   COLL'ALBtA.-  X*' 1  ?d   Hvorv  m  Tue.sdav   by   the j  Cim.-x   St   Cumberland  Pub ishing   Company.  This paper will n..t iio!-!   ;'tse!l'  rv-pm-iblo for the opini'iti^of-oth-  ."I--*, as may appear 'o its winning  ^i'-'*ii time lo Uino.  TUKSDAY,    NOV  1U09.  D.r. D. K. Kerr, dimti<t. will lull t Comox Sept., 28;h f<> tiie 510th.  <\.ii!'tei!i.y Oct., 1st to I0t-h, and  Cumberland 10th to Hist.  NOTICE  Lvery Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Uutter and all kinds id Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  Chiu Ykjjk,  Sandwick.  i/ormcrly Wbidzor)  TAKE NOTICE iha. 510 days  after dato I intend to "pply to the  Hon. The Ohief Com .u.^ioner of  Lands for a license to prospect for  coal and petroleum on i-i .onl under  the lands situate on tho foresliore  of Ilupert District ii.-on* particularly described as folh������.\s: ���������Commencing at a post phi.r^.J at the  South -West corner of Section  Twenty-four [24] To.v.i---bip (2)  in tho said District; theuce South  Sixty-four (6*j-)chainy mure or less  _to.-the:NA)rth \Vji_t_coi'jj^i;_oJ!_Lot  Twenty-five [25] Rupert District;  thonco West following i|it-������n sinu-  oaities of the shore line :it' liio-h  watermark to a pointseventy.four  [74] chains due west IVoui the  easterly boundary of thu- lands  hereby applied for; thenee North  Fifty-eight (5S) chnins more or  less to tbo high water imtrk on the  shore of Section Twenty-flireo [2?])  Township Two (2j; iheueo east  seventy-four -7-1- chnins moro or  less to the point of coiiiMieiieument,  containing- Four hundred mid fifty  -450- acres more or loss  Dated this 2latday of A .i^. 1.H0U  H. 0������. S. lli;ts'j'i..iti[.i.\,  i'i:i,-cv C":.i.i.ns,  Agent,  Cook's Cotton Root Compound,  The great Utcrtoo Tonic, aud  only eafo effectual Monthly  Regulator on which women cast  depend. Sold in threo degrees  ot strength-No. J. $1; No. g,  10 degrees stronger, $3; No. 3,  ter special cases. $5 per box-  Sold by all druggists, or so'^C  prepaid on receipt ol price.  . __,     Roc pamphlet. Address: TM  8e-KHlB������IHlCO..TO80NTO.0llI. (/onJMrJyJfwatta  "Wood's Phosp-todiR^  The Grent EnglixA   Remedii.  Tones and Invigorates tho who!  ^crvona nytteui,  unkea ;new  'Ultod ln old Volus. Vterea A'ero*  Mental and Brain Worry, Des  ual Weakness, tonisnions, Sixr  ou-) Debility, *���������  -icnaencv, SexutUmaknesi.       inatarrhcea, and Effeetnto/Abuse er* Kcctsscs.  plain pkif. on receipt or nil.  ���������mailed/������*.. Tho Wood Medicine Co. _  Toronto* Ont*  First-Class   Board   i>y  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has beeu new  ly replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  rietor������������������-���������-���������i  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in Mieir ads. not later  thnn Monday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  lio.xt issue on the following Tnes  day.  a,������heTo CUMBERLAND CAFE  51596  54237  a is--!  IDA, PROPRIETOR.-  #-  Dunsmuip Ave.  301  s  TAKK NOTICE tlmt W days  nftor date wo intond to npply to  the. Hon. the Chief C'onui -minner  <-f Lands for tt license r.. prospoct  ior coal und petroleum' no iu und  under tlio huuU Hitun'o on the  foreshore of Uuport Dint rict more  particularly deseribed ������.������������������. follows:  ���������Commencing uta p-i-n planU������d  lit tho South West eornor of ttm*.  tion Twenty-four (21) .'.-inirdiip  two(S) in tlie said Di-t|ie; iheuee  ���������South Sixty-four (Il41 e.'.'ii'is morn  or lct<s lo tlio north \\e. .���������..i-uorof  ni Lot Twenty-five \'i"i. Ilupi������rt  hisll'icl; ll|i'iieiM)iift I'ol! >iino the  hiniioiiities of the ;i||o'.e!: . ui high  wntor mark lon point ���������equity-,  fmtr 17-1 ] chuiiiH duo om-l from tho  Westerly boundary of 'ho landn  hereby applied for; thence North  S 'Viiity-slv (70) chain-: lli������nt'4>  diewe������t to hlghwuter auric on  tlio iiliore of ���������Miid Neelin'.i Tv/enty-  four (!!!) ami following ihe m> u  ���������t-ilie.s of.,horo I'init to ll.e point of j  i'i ini'icio'i-nuiiit, cuitnluln r j������"i\t������  ll i.t'ii-tl i't hi) unit**  in in- or le*f, j  Oiirnd tiiin2(*)t tiny ttf A no, I'.MKM  l'tUM'ti Coa������*t (!������iAj.   .Mini:-.   I;n>. I  ,'N'oii Pcnoiml  l/.Mi.i]      j  I'i-.lit i ' ni.i.i.v*.,  Ajii-i.t. I  I  ?*VV^������*t^^>irVA^^  O. H TARBELL  Juno 2nd, 190!)  Foreshoro Lease,   j  Oomox District*     |  TAKB NOTICK that "Viclo.inj  Lumber nnd Manufaefiiritig Com-1  pany, Limited" intend'o apply i  for permission lo lcaBotl.efollowinu j  described fore.hire 11nils:- .  Commencing  at   8, W   corner  of lot (-1)   (Indian   Jletorvntiou); j  thonco north iind   won ter ly   i-lniijj;  the high   water  murk to a   point I  wlier* tbo  boom   crosses  ulnn-^h,  following boom across lohi-uh .tn'ot I  mark;   thenco   itlon^   Imi'k   five  hundrod l")00]foe* tomomli of tbo|  tlonrteniiy or Piintiedne Ri or to a >  P'wt  market'  [2];    tlicmv   ���������ott h  wventy [70]foot in low water mark; \  thenee alou^ low   Hiiti-r   mark toj  ho<xtn iiiiroBn  f-loiigh, follow   boom '  can to   im,   -,,.,ier   nnul'i   thpiico'  Houth and eiiMcrlv nlonii low wtoi !  mark to   place of  ommeiioorroo/t.  loutuiiiing ton (HI]  aorea moioor*  luie, diHtaiioe about [I] milo.  [HiKiiod] J. O. HOOK KII,     I  A^ent for Viu oria Lumher and   ���������  NUnufacturing Company, Limited.',  Received Jun* 14th, 1000. I  We Print  ���������^  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  ���������* iHAmiHtAtamt  THEATRICAL II SHOW PAPER  IN THK WORLD.  $4.00PwYcir,   Sinjili lm. 10 CU.  in-iir.ii wniiii.t.  8amplc Copy Frik.  fR������W<0Uli������(PUB.C0,(tM),  AiltliM i. ntilmVt, _ ��������� I'I I'UMIKIW,  tUtrntn,    * 4i W,fcr������ et.. {,������'.-, Vow  D  Wedding Invitations,  Visiting Cards,  Business Cards,  Memoriam Cards,  Letterheads Billheads  Show Cards,  Handbills, Dodgers,  Circulars, Envelopes,  Dance  Invitations,  Ball  programmes,  Circulais, Menus  Receipts, etc. etc.  i  ..**  ui ill KITCllfN    Ui..t**���������i.,i  }  Spoftsmens-Gwrtis f  n-   v<>u   want   t;i������ui.  Pit 1ST INC   CO    TO    '|'I!I-  mcws. iJK.sv.ci..\.s.s\;uKj; f  ^'���������'A'-r S-wiiig   M.o-lr'  The News  Ditnsimiir Avenue C U M !. ERLANI)  These  Numbers  Have Won.  These are the number.; for the  month of October, whose holders  are entitled to a 109 piece China  Dinner S-jt:  43397   48360  60298   65211  (50009  74536  49087  The holders of these numbers  have mod ROYAL STANDARD  JUjO,llKJieeau8e_itJd���������iv_Fjuperiojr.  flour, Tbey have also profited by  our generous polioy of giving away  FREE e������eh month a month a  beautiful 109 piece China Dinner  iet to each of he holders of the 10  winning numbers,  If you have not already ured  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR,or  lor ii sack today. You will get  tlio higheet catinfiiotion in every de  tail of y i m baling and cooking,  besides tbo op$ ortunity that is de  ���������cribed hoie.  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  embodies m_ erior ll^ar goodnts,.  ��������� Mm ufuolnrcd by���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, H. C  For Fall Planting  Imported  BULBS  FROM THE   ESr  FRENCH     HOLLAND   AND  JAPANESE GROWERS.  HOME   GROWN  Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, Small Fruits, English Holly . . . . . . .  Grown in the only pnrt of the  American continent not infested  with the San Jose scale. Onr  trees do not have to be fumigated  nnd consequently- damaged. Full  line of Garden, Field and Flower ^  Seeds in stock grown by the best  and most reliable PacificCoa6t and  foreign growers.  Ferti'izerB, Bee Supplies, Spray  Pumps, Spraying material Cut Flow-  en, Etc.  M*'. ������J.    Hf NRY  Greenhouses,  Seed Bouses and Post  Office Addre*-s,  S01O WESTMINSTER BOAD,  Branch Nursery, South Vancouver.  Vancouver,    -    B. C.  Constable Bert Stevenson, left  byS. S. Queen City, for .Niui-  aimo.  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade MUnKt  Dcsions  Copyrights Ac.  I Mtidlni n el-etch *nd_*��������� ��������� nrtjrt Ion ���������������  qnlalilr MOtrulii our ojiliiUiii fr������oj"li������ili������r.������fi  i|ivnntlnn li uroliMiTf J>4teiiJ.A_ii__Ciimmttiilc**.  ���������loiii utrtotlr piiiOitotiriBl, HAhPUOOK on t'tiouu  Mill Iren. iUeit numetlbfimtuitttaiaiiti,  I'aiqni. Uk#n ttirnuiili Miiiiii * c;o. rtctlr*  ipiimiiotit*, wiilioutolmmn, In trie  Scientific Hiticrican.  ciiUiloii ������i* ������(ir ioiiotirirlc l'.unmt, -twiii���������. I* ���������  jo.iri four mofitM, It. wmuywl n#w*ii������*i������rj.  NOTICE.-:  A meeting of the Conservatiues  and friends will be held in the  Court'House, Cuniberland, at H p.  m. Saturday, Not, ������6th, for the  purpose of appointing delegates to  attend the convention to be hold  atJCorirteiiay^^oiiday^jUi'^Jth.,  at 2 p. in. to nominate a* (Conservative candidate to contest Comox Distriot, iu the pending election.  By order of Coiuniittte.  Mr. J. M. Forrest, of Shoal  Bay, Thurlow Isiund, U. C. aniv-  ved by S. S. Cowichan, on Sunday Inst, und left by thut st-jiniiLT  the same evening, for Vancouver,  ou route for his home. Mr. Forrest nuiy b������ the Liberal candidate  for this constituency, in the forth  coming provincial election.  Boat Oflice Inspector. Llaynos,  [mid an otlic*iul visit to Cumberland, on Saturday lust.  We regret to leiiru through Mr,  it, Grant, thnt tbe joy in Pannier  Mclirides hmsehold his beeutuni  ud to mourning, hy the death  last week of tlieir infuiit son.  They will wo aro wire have the  sympathy of tho entire province  n their md bereavement.  rtitff  < Genera! Hartfvw  ���������i tic on rivty terms r  WW V*.  VOR   SALK -A   ������:iMi  M-i'-h-oi-;   f. i   r  at thc NKW.S I  5 y������,r* No n*cct'������<iity to stud vour priming out of town, aa  >oit can see from iw nlmvt- list ihr.t wc are fully  pri'pmvd to calcr to your w uit.s for anything you may  tm-rf.n PJffN'TFXf;.  r***n;  ne������ilv <��������������� ������������-l. Ap|.U |.������ .\h*x   1 r- i|lwf  riilhnrt, CoHrti'-my, l! C, j  Cb  SE  n  Notice 1������ hereby given, thnt 30  dnys nfter date, I intend to npply  to Iho Hon. Cblof CfliumifiHionor  of Lmids nnd Works, for u licenro  to prospect for Conf nnd Petroleum  on the following limd.MtuiUe in the  Coniox l)litrict:-C(immencingHt n  pout marked north e������r>l cori.er claim  No, Jl jduce ut north west con er of  reutiim No 81, Donnion Inland, run*  idni; weM80 iIiuIiih, north 80  chiiiiip, JCnr>l 80 clmhm thenre south  80 ohriini, to point of rominonoern*  VIM.  lliHvd iliitohiit llih UHl'il.  J.10. JiUTLKR  If,Bewail Agent  SntUfnction ��������� liny n "Grand  Duke" and Imve KftlUfact ion, l'n*  ion mtt'lu, hand mndo. un.1 made  from (letir Uaviiim Filler,  Wr. W. G. Jones, tho burlier,'  Jias sold out bis biisitiesB and line  loft for Vancouver.  Mr. T, llHiniennnii nrrived  home on Wednesday last, from nn  extended visit to Norn Soot in,  R. Grant, er. nrrivod homo from  \ i.:torUby Friday's Iroat.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Wall nrrivod  homo by Friday'* boat.  R, Holsou wkh Iradly burned  nlMiut the bead nnd bauds by gas  Ht No. 5 mino, on Thursday lait,  ������������������'"���������"��������� ���������" ef ��������� -  Ulrfh���������On Tliumdny, Oct. 28tli,  lo Mr. nnd Mre. John IJrowii,  a daughter.  The Lmlies' of Trinity Cbnrch  intend holding ��������������� Sale of work on  or alioitt the lfltb, of Novtmiliei',  i'artienJars wiil be given Jator.  . m,    S i *.'      ii  NOTICE     NOTICE      NOTIOE  V'AN'TKli���������iinvi* and Ciirl* to  *i*nd lor n Ftw Smnple C������������py ot  WKSTEUN Lll'ICRiidaut as a.  jft'tits in m������mifry iliMrict*. Ongl  (iMnmiMion nlbmetj. Atlitrnm;  Tbe Citiz.'ii I'rititlng nm) I'libiUb  iug Co. m\*l% (Inuivitle Street,  VtjrifYintw. H. C.  People have* h,.i;ti com pla in in j������ r������  ���������bnut the water tasting p������*ulisir.  We with io nd.m tbeci it ia md  iht* waler. twl tl e !������*��������� they are u ���������  ing. Try * pound of ihr. famou*  "Marii-oM" Tf* ������ihI \+ onvinnd  Ji. N. Mri.kOO,  Dunfinulr Ave. Cumberland THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA  The Cumberland |4eois  NOTICE is hereby given thatoDe month  fiom date we intend to apjily to HieSuper-  inteudent of Prov ncial Polico, Victiirin,  (or a renewal of the Hotel Lice, se he'd  by ua far the N. !s. u llote!, s tailed at  Uuion Bay, B. 0.  FkaSKK &  BlSHOf  Dated 12th day of Oct., 1909.  NOTtOE is hereby gi en that one mouth  from d*te I intend U npply to tho Superintendent of Provi-icyl0 police, Victoria  for a renewal ot th.* Hotel License held by  me for the Talmer Hutel, ei nated at  B.iyae Satiud, B   C.    ' j  Jambs S. Da  Dated 12th diy of Oot., 1909.  NOTICE i������ horel������y givoa that e e month  from date I intend to npply to tho Su-_er-  intendeutof Provincial Police,  Viotoua  for a rene *������1 ot tbe Ho el License held  b v ma f.ir Wilson Hotvl,   situated at Un-  m: B. C.  JHO.  HUMPUREY  Dated 12-.li day oi 0-t, 1909.  NOTIOE is hereby given tint one month  from date I tn'e.id to npply to the Super-  int ndentA f Provi cial Police, Victoria  for a renewal ���������>{ tbe Hotel L cense hold by  md for for tbe Lome Hotel, -situated at  Como*,  B. 0.  Florknck M. Cufitb  Dated 12th d������y of Out, 1909.  HEEH  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink ,U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo BC.  jVIcCormiQk Harvest Tools  JOHN McLEODS  fo.ii first-class  candy, frutth.  UNION- S. S. CO:. oMJ'.C Ud  Week-end service   between Vauiso-aver,  'Nanaimo, Union, Comox, by  tha;  steei Clyde built twin hoimw  steamer "COW ICMAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Satavday 8pm  Arrives Nnaimo, Saturday 12pm  Arrives Union, -Sunday 6 a in  Arrives Comox,  Sundays am  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Unb.i Sunday 5 pro  Arrives Na.iaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vancouver Monday 7am  Stage leave* Union for Cumberland every Sunday uioniiag cm arrival of "COWICHAN;" and leaves Cumberland Hotel  at 1 p in, connecting with steamer at  Uaion.  .FOR SAXIS���������J-'i'.'e ro>.cd  ta^e, with pantry.   b.-it!n\vi..i  electric light.  Lot 00 x d'd  Furniture and piano, also, for  For particulars, etc. call   nt  office or address F, 0.   Box  City.  4  '$  yxic.  ihi*  148  TAKE NOTICE that I intend  to apply to the Board of Licencing  Commissioners at their next moot-'  NOTICE  I will not,bo responsible for any  debts contracted in iny^nanie, after August 28th 1009, without my;  written order.  William Gujasox.  NOTICE���������Farm for .sale,with  or without stock and imple-  meuts, For particulars apply to  T. Beckeusell, Comox, B. C.  BINDER?  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  TWINE  NOTICE is hereby give i that o .e m >uth  from date I intoid to apply't > tho S per-  intendeutof Provincial Police, Victoria  Tj*Ta^enowan*TTEeHotel Xicenaeheld  by me for the R verside Hotel, situated  at Courteuuy, B. C,  0, H.Fi������cnsuR  Dated 12th day of Oct,. 1909.  NOTICE is hereby given thit ouo month  from date I intend to avyly t-i the Suyor-  intoubeat cf -Provincial Police, .'.Victoria  f.r a renewal ot the Hotel License held  ly me for the Spring Inn Hotel, situated  on Comox ltoad, JJ. 0.  Joun H. Pikkt  Dated 12th diy of O.t., 1909.  BUGGIES  WAGONS  CA    Y'  HARNESS  POTATO  MACHINERY  ETC.  c  H  O  I  ,    FOR  SALE���������One driver and  ing held on the second  Wediico- two ^      horses. Apply to M.  CIGARS * TOBACCOS day in September Wt for permis.;H p. Sandwick, 13. 0.  [sion to remove my wholesale liquor jn '.. ���������,  business from its present location  oa Lot 9, Block 2, Dunsniuir Av-  en uo, City of Cuniberland, to  premises to bo erected by me on  Lot 11, in Block 8, Dunsniuir Av-  D. Hunden  eiute, City of Cumberland.  ClALI AlusSATTO.  -AND-  Walworth=Rolston Co. -***���������  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, Bn  C.  Cumberland Livery  and Feed Stable...  *  * *  NOTICE is hbreby rivo i that one month  from d .te I i .tend to nyyly to the Superintendent of I'rovinoinl Polico, Viotoria  for a ronew.il of the Hotol License, held  hy me for the Uuion Hotel, siliutud at  Union, B. IV  Samuel 0. Davis  Doted 12th day of Oot., 10U0.  KOlIGKis hereby give that one niou li  B't-Ji datJ 1 iii-tiuil in m>p y t tee Super-  tntonilout ������.f Frovii.ol.1 l'olit's, Victoria  fer a renewal of tho Hotol LIcji.bo i old  by me tor tie t'oureimy tluxol, situuttd  atCour.oooy,]), U.  John It, Johnston  Kami 12th day of Out., 1000.  NOTICK is hoieby eiven tbnt ano month  fr..m duts I intend to npply to the Superintend ot Pro vluolal Pulton, Viotrrinfoi a  for a r nowal nf ihe Holsi L.oeuso held  Ly m������ for tlw E<k Hotol, aliuned at Coat-  ox, ]), U.  Okobob G. Maojkw.������u>  DatwUSth dny <tOct., 1900.  NO TICK is hereby givm thut one  jj ��������� mouth from dr* I 'mend ts npply to tho  1/ Hui>orlntou������lent of I'rovtooial Pol oe. Vio  toria for* rtnamul vt tho llobl Ueauao  held hy me fur tltePurt Angustn Hotel sit-  ,   untelatiomox, U.C  J, B. Kowiiu  Ditodl'ithdRyoflKt, I00U.  ..  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF': ALL-  KINDS  .  ....  wood  and Coal  Hauled  Ditusuiuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.    +  ,\ t.\t\.\r\,^*^i\-\i^i-\i\--\i.\'*\*>|j^.lJ<^������|������|)i|>  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  the  Union  Colliery  Company by any  person   or  persons���������except tain crew���������iii strictly  prohibited.   Employees p.re sub-  tec to dismissal for allowing sam-  By order  Fkancis D. Littik  Manager.  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting and  General repairing.  E  S  T  Fruits  in'season at  D. HUNDENTS  NOTICE  Any person or per60tls, cutting,  FOR SALE���������Mason and Risch  piano in good order, cost $4-00.00  will sell for.$250.00 cash. Apply  to Joseph Potter,  Union, B. C.  Fii'6t class Chinese cook thor  ouglilj reliable, wants situation.  Apply News office or Wong lvong,  FOR SALE���������A   light general  removing or taking   any   blocks,; pilrpoge team   o{   hoi.geS)  woight  timber or wood, of an y descriptiodn; g20() ,bs g ^ trm     ]{.  uelonging to the Wellington Col-! Prico g240.00/ Apply at this ot-  .ieryCo'y, or from or off the land j fico pr t0 T>  IjHnrence% Kye Ba  of the-said Company, will be pros-'/x B  C  ecuted to the full extent of the law.  F.   D. Little.  Superintendent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  All local items of a business  u attire "will'be charged for at the  i standard rate of ioc. a liue;  FOB SALE���������Driving ou tat;  youtiE; mare, gentle, sound, ci'y  broke,'not afrafd tf automobiles;  safe for a lady 'o drive Also harness and a practically new democrat two seat wagon, only been in  me a few months, Prieo for tbe  whole outfit $225.00. Will sell sep  orate. Vancouver real o?lato taken in exchange.   Apply to  '     "* S.F. OOBSON,  Coniox Bay.  Victoria. Oct, 30.���������Art Bum  of Calgary, last night demonstrated that he is not yet ready f. r  tho shelf as many of the local  sport followers have been figuring, for he ran Alex Rowan, the  Nanaimo lad, to a standstill at the  local skating rink, winning out  from him by nearly threo laps in a  10-mile race.  NOTICE rs hereby given that at  the next meeting of the License  Coiiiiiiiissiouers of the City of Cum  berland, 1 intend to apply fora  transfer of the hotel license held  by me for the Wavorly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 8, Cnniberland towiisito to Frank Dallos.  KrcitAjto Cok.  Dated 12th day of October 1009.  ������������Ci3Q  ���������^i.  ***���������'*>*_  ^  '"**~>S  >  LAND ACT  FORM oFNOriCB.  Sayward Land District.  District of Sayward.  Tske notice that George I)������nn  Mumford ot Kte-m Ynrl* (*{���������** ft   o  I  A., nmipMlen T.nwvn nnd Mlnr  Opnifttor, intend! to apply for per  mit'ion to purchsre the following  driwribed lanilu���������Commencing at  n \*oat tftlnntri, nt a mririff   nhn.yt  two and one half niil^dUtnnt in a  poiith eaatcrly dtrvetion from tbe  !io*d of Granite Buy  and  "houI  ���������evcnteen-liundreJ fc-etdillanl iu n  ���������outherly dlrcotieo from the louih  tihofi? ������.( Lynn Lake, tin tue nurtb  twenty chwlns f20l chain*, thence  ei������t forty [10J chnini-, ihence ������outh  twenty (20) chains, thance  weat  forfy [40] eh-ilna to tho point of  romniopcement, nnd    containing  I Hi J aer������f more or bn.  UKOROB DANA MUMFOUO  Name nf Applicant [in full]  Datnl Aug., Int., I'M.  0  1*4*4**'  '*,*'-  w  ...Viffi  Thc Courtenay Hotel  livery oonvciticiKC forguestf.  lib* OtmUB.1 UoWl for iportimon  None bat tti������ Re������ ef Wines and l-;<juor*  *t lhe hut.  RATES  ftCAStlMABLS  John John������ton.   |������rop  AMES  HOLDEN  -tSHOtmS AM MA0E  FOR MEN ^..k  For Heavy Work all men should wear the  AMES-HOLDEN  PROSPECTOR SHOE  It's the shoe for thc man who has work to do -prospectors, hunuirs,  surveyors, etc It is built of solid leather, choice upper stock, pure  leather heel stiffener, solid leather heels and soles���������both insoles and out-  soles, every stitch perfect���������a worker's boot throughout.  Good leather is e33cntial in a boot of Ihis kind, and in th*s you can  rely on the Ames-Ho.dent.hoe every time. Yet we never hold that  learner alone makes the snoe���������tnerc are fajipanod, no-guni smc; into  which good leather has been put, and which may even fit perfectly, but  they lack the touch ofthe real workman. Thread and nails wont hold  a boot together and make tt give perfect service-it muat be bound together with integrity. The "unseen things" about a boot must be  right���������these count for much in the service you get, and it te just because  ofthe hidden worth ofthe Ameo-Holdtn abot���������AftUMsc cf ihe workmanship���������the stitch on stitch attention to detail- the inspection at every  step -that you get a bigger dollar*j worth every time yoa insist upon  buying the Amet-HoUcn Shoe   the perfect shoe for men.  Al  WE  MAKE  A <*  SPIENDID  LINE OF  i  CHILDREN  >oMO??,eN   AN* x_-_j3<^:i_wa-,-:*ajjym^^  /.ilitoiiiiku;.*:^  /TALES PRO:.! TH J GOLDEN WEST )  Yes  S  __  s  I  We're Certainly ThanLfuI  Fur Good.Things Galore:  ���������'in- the Griefs we've been spared  And for .loys by tho Seore:  ov, 3rd  4^.J..J.._������J-.r}.^^.^-r},^.J.^^_^J������Jrl..Jr_V^  For  ������  3  _  &  ic-s Bu-oived Without Pleasure  Wt* aro Tnaukful for Life  0 .And All Things it (Contains:    -���������������������������  Wi- mv Thankful for Pleasures  Tbat Lighten Our  Pairs:  "Were Thankful for Health���������Strength���������love  Friendship���������Peace���������Hopo :  Aiid Especially Grateful  For  ROYAL CROWN  SOAP  It i.< Sure and Perpetual Pleasure. %  mill  /  _  a  ss  ri  1  s  3  _  _  S  On the  Market  in  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children-,  athletes and invalids-  good for all.  A'  *  %'ll!l!!'!illlll!i:!!IM^  Tlie City Council met  regular  session on Monday evening, there  Moving Pictures.  The moving picture.- which  are  be'n"' shown every evening in the  <��������������� *,' \Aj  Cnmberlaiid Hall ;u\- proving  quite an attraction 'ind are being  well patronized. Tbe pictures  shown this week, so f.ir, ace, excellent, also the illii--trat"d ?o"g.  ���������'When the Sunset Tinis rhe Distant Hills to Rose,'' is xtsvy pret-  tv and oifeetive.  HiSI-Lcwis  On Tuesday,'Octolior J_{_______  being present Aldermen Uate,  Jiicklo, Horwood, Stewart and the  Mayor.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  A communication was received  Secretary Carey of the School  Hoard, requesting the sum of  StlOO.OO for   the  funiishitur  and  r-t  improving of a new  ivoin   in  the  public, school.   It  was  moved   by  A Id. Bute and seconded   by  Aid.  Uicklu that request   be granted���������  carried.  _ Constable Gi-ay'sxenoil..j.c.'iA.aii.  Delilah Lewis, fourth eldest daugh  ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J.  Lewis.of this city, ..war united iu  marriage to Mr. J. bn Mill, of  Union Ray, the Kev. Mr. Kidd of  that place performing lhe cere-  niony. Mrs, L. M-ig:,mie acted  as hriesmaid, while Mr, L. Mug-  none supported the gro.un. ���������Ttie  happy couple will tike up thoir  residence at Union B.-iy. The  Nkws joins with th > many  friends in wishing them long life,  happiness and prosporiiy.  ger, 8105.75;    night   watehiiian,  $70.00; hall rent, 55*00...  Accounts, 11. C. Pottery, ������W5.  00; P. P. Harrison, ������21;00.  A. 11. Peaeey was recommended ns Police Conitnissioner to sue-  ceod 11. C. Wilson, at previous  meeting of council,  There being uo further  business the council adjourned.  ���������   s&BrTS  Not a poor beer  but a  Latest by Wire,  Nanaimo, Nov. 3.���������After, being out for over twelve hours tlio  jury empanelled by Coroner Davis  to enquire into the causes of tho  explosion in Extension mine, returned a verdict at one o'clock  yesterday morning. The verdict  is as follows:���������"We, the jury, empanelled to enquire into the cause  of tho explosion which took place  on Oct. 5th, in No. 2. Extension  mine, eoine to the conclusion af-  ter investigating tbo evidence of  the witnesses, find that the explosion was caused by the cave in No  twoandahalf level, gas being  present'and'gas dust being liberated by the cave, the sudstance dis  placed of.air created the compression causing the partly charged at-  inosphere to become dangerous  and conisng in contact with- miked  lights exploded. Taking into con  sidoratioir.the unnatural and Caul-  Singer  Sewing  Machines  For Sale  ���������ON���������  Easy Terms I  AT  The News.  FO R SALK���������Pu re b red wh i te  Leghorn roosters; this year's birds,  hatched from . importtd eggs.  Guaranteed from the best egg lay-  ing strain on the coast. Price $1  each. Apply J. Laurence,- Comox  post oflice, ]3. C.  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.  The Ladies' Auxilliary oi theO.  <fe U. Hospital dosire to thank  the  public for their liberal donations-  on Hospital Day.    The   total   receipts amounted to $22i) 75.  See C.-C. Sograve if you want  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  agent for all sorts of musical instruments, Cumberland, B, C.  FOR 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,  Saskatchawati, or Manitoba. Any  person over the nge of 18 years,  man oi; woiiiaii., can acquire this  land with this Certificate. For  immediate sale $800.00, Write or  wire, L. E. Telfoid, 131 Shuter  Street, Toronto, Ontario.  Merchant  ,  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CTlflDE TO   Or^DEH AND  ifN'flNY STYLtE YOU UllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  :     fcicss From $20 to $40.    ,   ^  suou-b- ���������__-*___ a  CU M.BE RL A N D,  B. C.  ���������&mmmvnwtte*mn#t>*w?wzSmTK'jtr^  <wi \m*mnnn.m  .*..*,.  Valley Notes.  ANTHONY���������MATTI! ::.VSON.  A quiet wedding was celeOruted  at the Mutise by the   U.-v. Thos.  Menkes, oil   Wednesday evening,  October   *!7tli, when Miss   Sarah  < J im nt, third daughter of Mr, and  Mrs. Win, Matthewson. was united iu wedlock to  Ed v.ir I S. Anthony, of Vancouver      T.ie bride  was gowned in cream i*;ll< and was  attended by Miss Mabel   d itthe.w*  sou, while Robbie Grant p>-i formed  tho  duties  of   grooms ii ri,    The  happy couple left on Wi'liiesduy's  bunt   for   Vancouver  w.mto  they  will make their home,  ��������� ��������� ���������  The Annual mi-eling of iho Como*  Agricultural   mil Industrial  Socii'ly  u.i**,   held   bet    M"inluy  night in Court.uiity.   T.i������������������ election i  1)1' ollid-T.i for 1010 M'.'lllu'l nn follows: ���������-,  J',*, iiideut Mr. Slinphiiid  Vien-President... We-h-y Willard  Hud Vice-Pies \V..i Duncan  S.H'i'el.iry M. It. Hull  TiVfa-xiireV, . ... I.iidii.pl (' ot'i', jr.  h'Uht diieetoiN cuii-tituie the  Jf.Mi'd  I'll.- Cotiffitiiti'Ul of tie Society  x\n-t iinliciillv elti������ri_ii'*l, i> that  in mu.i,-iV fee*) are now $. "I, and  ���������ftif ("lloiviri" i-htrv mi- i > In-  c.u_>*������i;���������lioi't'c idle, r u' '.'���������V,  iMiln oiio, adit'* olli', nme\i'JI.'h:  irg* -iof, th'id ^rmliM'n !<'<'. gar-  ������,i'ii prinlrteu lO������, npp'<������* > u- .V,  Air. N. >S i*h (ui ol   v������..n   tin1  Miii'i* KhittM fl<������������l������U*lJ trj    ...    nt.i.,.  111. I     O'l     llljiilt',i    IIIHOHVI    .> jl    ll.t!"  Fitiivd iu livehtoek.  11 ituireiii.iy thi-rn-xt**. . *��������� iiii  tr    nt tint fur tt at   Mr*. t������ tf\idl,  ������to.������t.   .Wit*; i    sr������������ij(of������<   ".������������������������   Io������  t,.id   Dili u-.U.'-i'M.     \* ������������o '-' ������������������������   bt-.tt  I...* >��������� \  Mr. Si ii Davis, Mr. mil Mrs.  W, Harrison, Mrs. Me Nab nud  Duncan McNab were passengers  by Thurspay's outgoing stonnier,  ty conditions of'the roof of this  particular cave, and in view of  the fact of no evidence lo show of  bad timbering, we can in no way  hold the Company responsible.''  *P99999^^-<i*^'>������������^-ihiM^^^^A  A|4M^*^fMH#*Wf-  ii ii'}.  ROYAL BMK CF CMACA.  Cumberland, b.c,  Cai-ital.&I.COO.OOO Awskts,   ������53,00n,000  Ukskkv b, 85,310,000 mpo.ii..-, $58,000,000  E.*C. Emde, dealer  iu   stoves; x  and ranges; also plumbing  aud j ���������  1 pipe fitting aud general repairing  9  Third Street.  ,Issued in Dollar;  : Money Orders="s=  Pounds'Ste'cling,   Fnnics, Marks,  liubles  ���������l.ires, Kronen, etc.   Payable All   Over   the    World.  Siivii'gs Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  T Banks W. Cheney, Mr. and  Mrs. H. Reuse, Mrs. T. Rickson  and Miss 11. jWiuiro nrrivod by  Friday's boat.  Always the same, and just as  good as ever. The "Grand Duke"  Cigar.  /  FOR SALK-Pure llivd ,Jersey  Hull 3 years old. Apply to John  Knight, Coinox, P>. C.  Adam MolCeli'cy, ef Courtenay, ! %  is very ill as the result of a stroke! ���������>������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  of paralysis.  H, F. Montgomery   Mvn.voku.     %  w99eweeeoee9*e99eeee4tew  .-M*m*.������i. ��������� mammmmswm*mmmm*acmm-m,mimtvmtm������������������Mm/.-i^-vmm.-m-tmmmra  An Ad in the News!  pays.    Try it. |  DUNSMUIR  TOWNSITE  NOW ON THE MARKET  This beautiful tract consisting of 160 acres, situated ou Buy ties. Sound adjoining Union Bay,  now sub-divided into choice imsines* nud residential lots au I ofli-red lor .s tie ou easy terms,  DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY 'JO  IIV.Y AT BOTTOM PKiCKS. The time to lmy  is NOW, and the plate to buy for a home or  speculation i<   D U X S M U I R TOWNSITE.  Don't Wait Do it Now  Secure a Home  LOTS PaOM $75.00 UP  also blocks o*\.i2,  14 and 18  lots at reduced prices,  Terms within reach of all*  NO INTEREST NO TAXES  WRITE AT ON������'K and secure the choicest selections  LAND ACT. j  FORM OP NOTICK. j  Coinox Laud District. j  District of Vnldcz Jshnd.       I  Tako notice that IL A. Bull, of  Heriot   Bay,   JJ,  C.,  occupation'  'merchant, intends to apply for-peri  : mission to leano the following de- j  'scribed foreshore:��������� I  Commencing at a  post planted ;  at high water  mark  on  the east:  O j  shore of Cahnish Bay,   Valdez Is- \  Innd, nbout forty -10 chains north :  of tlie sou ih. cast corner of lot ills I  theuce   duo north ten chains to   a  ' poiut on the north shore of   0;'!i-  uisli  Bay;   theuue following the  shore line in a south-easterly dir-  ertion   live  chains; theuce   in   a  sjulli iveftelly   direction   to   the  point of coiiiinciieoinont, and containing live aces moro or le������s.  lIosiA A. Bii.i.  Name of Applicant in full.  Dated September Hud, IHOII  LAND ACT.  Carpet Squares  flhli SIZES and a pine !?ange  o? Colorings.  During October we offer our entire stock of OAKPKT  SQUARES & LACE CURTAINS AT A DISCOUNT of  TWENTY PER CENT. FOR CASH.  Our stock of Furniture & House Furnishings is MOKE  COMPLETE THAN EVER.  The Right Price  Furniture Stove.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  A. MeKinnon  CUMBERLAND  I  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PU13LIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  r t___iw_w������wii<W-i-W* **-^'*"i*ii������i������������iW<*i������|iiiiil>iw  ���������4l������990tM������9td������������������M99������f  FORM OF NOTICK.  Couto.v I.uiid District.  r>lv������������'b-r "f VAd.'"   t *'-.'  A.  Uull,j*  to  J. B.  HOLMES  or  GEO. H. KOPPITZ  CO   CX cr  UNICN BAY  Tnke Nntjee tbat  II  <tt Heriot Buy. B.C., wupatiou [  merchant, iut'-nds to   apply   liu'j  ! iffin ie-iimi    lf>   i������iircli'i-ii    tin.    fni  lowing described laud.-*:-- ,  Cotiiineiicing nt 11 post plfltiterl j  on tho south-east cormT of Jot \  three hutidir'il nnd i-ighfeen, JJlHj  ^'aldeK T>lnrid. B. ('., fberreo r"������<f  tiventy, 20, ehnju*: tlanire nnrth |  inilv, 10, i lisnii>; rln'iii'e wi'*''  mmity, JJ0, ehains; thenpo south i  tt.ity, dtl, Hmiiift. to the point ol,  i-oiniiieiicemeiit, nnd eoiitiiiriinp!  ������������������ight \. -*dl, ni-rf* nvm- nr Iim**, j  Ht'fiA A. Bim.       j  Kiliue of Apjdle.to-it in full.1  I DuM gt.|.teiiil*.-r -Ji.J, li)0i������  COIBKRLAHD TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   0 '*rtU*r  ���������'*���������* *"JJ  , ii if    i   ���������>���������    .  iii  ...   ������������'i>k������������ ������.'iu������*i v������a*.ih  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  c_eet���������������t������03*������c���������������t������s6������f������   eccccccoot ������ec������e������* cf to  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*     *���������������*���������������������������  9 9  :: While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative S iciety.  \t  I*  V*_nht������ ui Fu'h fliul Salt Mcatwwd JJ.ir������i Vrodiice  AB Ortlcw Promptly Deliveieo.  R. Webster, Managar.  #���������������������������������������������������>��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������


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