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 /  THE  NEWS.  4f  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Oomox District.  The New?, Seventeenth Year,  At the Bi  ���������^5^3^  I **<������������������ 1������ ��������� ������������^������������^^������������^^������������*f������ ���������mnmmmam  FIRST CONSIGNMENT  Now showing   first consignment  of TOYS and HOLIDAY GIFT   GOODS   A LARGE ASSORTMENT of  i CHRISTTiAS  CARDS.  SPLENDIDLINE OF UNDRESSED DOLLS  By placing your Xmas grocery order  with us you will as*  . ure yourself of obtaining Prompt Delivery.  FRESHEST   GOODS   &  RIGHT   PRICES  SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.  John T. Lidstone; Mgr.  ������  Dunsmuir Aveniil  Cumberland Brnucli.  "Cumberland���������B~Q-  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.      Wholesale De.ders in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ainiMiiin^^  n  osssssiOBisssa]  >  CUMBERLAND  B. C,     TUESDAY,  NOV.   23, 1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  Another shipment of D. & A. Corsets just placed ou  sale We have this well-known corset iu different qualities iu grey, prices $1.00, 1.25, 1.50 aud 2,00. No. 384 is  one of our best sellers, bought direct from thc factory, so  that price catiuot he beateu if equalled elsewhere. It is a  model just aulted for medium figures, with garters attached, price J1.00.    ���������  Exceptional Hosiery Values  Bought Direct from British Mills.  Ladlos' Black Csihm re Hoao (pWin) good vnlti* nt 31to.  OUR PRICE 28C  Lsdiot' BUok Ribbed Iloio, heavy wlotor wdijlit (All Wool)  ONLY 35C. A PAIR  Boy<* Honvy Ribbed School lime, 0 t ild kue<-������ will woitr llko imi  juit what boy* uotd, ont trtol will a-.ti.fy you tlmt thoy uro tne right kind  PRICE FROM 28C, A PAIR  1    Men's ninok Cashmere Half Hone nt. , 860, a PAIR  ftso mir wtudow tor MEN'S tnd BOYS' 8WKATI8K8, the nobbiest) iwuort  meet. In town st LOVVRSr PRlGKB.   Y.uri for quality,  J. McPHEE 8. SONS,  ���������^a       Dunsmuir Avenue                       Cumberland, B. C.      _mg  Xi lmZStmmmm*mm^QJ^  9 Wm *m0mt9mtwmem*Pm  THE  IWflGJPlET  CASH   STO^E.  FOR  1  *  APPLIOATION FOR WHOLE-  BALE LIQUOR LICENCE.  NOTICE ia horoby given that,  nt tho next mooting nf tho Licence  OommlMionoM of the City of Cum  berland, I intend to apply for a ro  newal ot wholesale liquor licence  held hy me, sH*tt������d on lot 12,  Uit.r, 7' Cumberland towuaite.  FtlAVK flCAVAHDA.  DtV������l 10th-d.yot Nov. l^iJ.  APPLICATION VOU WHOLE-  SALE LIQUOR LICENCE-  NOTICE is hereby givon that  at tho next mooting of tho Licence  Commissioners of tho City of Cumberland. I intend to apply for a  renewal of the wholesale liquor 11-  cenco hold by mo. sltnatod on lot  12, hlack 0, Cuniberland towwiito  John AIauoociu,  Patod 10th, day of Nov, 1U08  Oity Council  The regular meeting of the  City Council was held last even*,  ing there being present:���������Mayor  Willard, Aldermen Bate Horwood  Campbell and McDonald.  Minutes of last meeting read  adopted and signed.  Bills aud accounts:���������Star Livery Stable, $5.00; C H. Tarbell,  #3.20; Cumberland News, $6.ooj  Geo. Winger, $6.50;  Referred to Finance committee  and if found correct ordered paid.  Tenders for digging and filling in ditch and laying pipe in  drain from Post Office to Monk's  corner R. S, Robertson $150,00  J. Stevenson $170,50, 0, Webster 75c running yard.  Contract awarded to R. S.  Robertson. Tenders for buckets  for scavenger 14 iugalv. buckets  $5.50 contract awarded for three  dozen buckets to 0, H, Tarbell.  Council went into committee  on Trades aud Liceuce amendments.  Amendments passed committee  as read, Trades License amend  ments on motion of Aid McDonald and Bate passed third reading, Aid. McDonald introduced  a by-law to provide for the borrowing of three thousand dollars  front the Royal Bauk ut .seven  per cent for a term of   three  The By-Lau* ik-ii yuMcd ist.  and aud, reading.  Constable Hornal was instructed to have the roof on City Hall  amt tAmudi Ciuinbeia icp.\������������vd  at once.  Ou motions of Aid. Dale and  Horwood the mayor and city  clerk were empowered to borrow  sufficient funds from the Royal  Bank to meet current expenses.  A discussion on providing  funds to meet sewer expenses  followed, and as some members  of the Board had other engage*  ment-* the Hoard adjourned to  meet on Thursday evening to  iully discuss the question.  SILVER WEDDING.  ' On last Friday Mr. and Mrs.  H. Murdoch entertained a large  uumbei of friends, the occasion  boing the 25th anniversary of their  marriage. Mrs Murdock was the  recipient of many handsome and  useful presents, The band was  present and discoursed some fine  music, danciug was kept up till  a late hour after which all went  home having spent a most enjoyable evening,  WE WANT MONEY  YOU NEED THE GOODS  1  ii  So from the ist of October for every dollar you spend  in our store we will give you a ticket entitling you to a  chance in the drawing for a Gent's Waterproof Coat valued at -5520 and a set of Ladies' Furs valued at $25. The  drawing for the set of Ladies' Furs to take place on October pay-day, The drawing for the Gent's Coat to take  place ou November pay-day <  MHUMi  bhwiiiwiwiiiiiw  JN. ricLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  P. phi-Lupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLIC1TER  NOTARY  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir-Avenue���������=^CUMBERAMD1.B,=C-  "CHOPPERS" INITIATE  SEVERAL NEW MEMBERS.  Mr. J.A.Ilumplin.P, H. C.C.  of tho Canadian Ordor Woodmen of the World, is paying Cumberland nod DUtriot a visit in tho  interest of the Ordeiyind has boon  very successful in securing a number of now members. Tlio initiation ceremony took placo on  Monday evening, after which the  "Choppers" wont to the Waverly  Hotel, whoro a fine spread was in  readiness for tliom. A moBt enjoyable evening wan snout, songajmd  speeches boing indulged in till a  late hour,  (LW. Clinton loft by 8.S.  Wellington, hut Saturday uioruing  for Victoria.  DRUIDS BANQUET.  On last Saturday evening Cnm-  berhud Grove,   United   Ancient  Order of Druds held a bauquet at  the Waverly Hotel, the occasion  being the celebration of the fourteenth anniversary of. the institution of the Order in Cumberland  At about 9:30 P. M, forty-five  guests 6at down to a most sumptuous repast, the table was laden  down with all tho delicacies of the  season. After partaking of the  many good things, and satisfying  the "inner man" the chairman,  Mr. Fred Dirkos, callod the gathering to order aud after disposing  of sovoral toasts, which were responded to, a musical programme  was gone through consisting of  instrumental and vocal selections  which wero much appreciated by  the company present; After pro-  posing a toast to the hoct and hos-  tons and singing of tbo National  anthem, the company dispersed  liaving spout a most enjoyable  evening.  A mothers' meeting, will be  held iii the City Hall, Wednesday, at 3 p. m. under the auspices of the W. C T. U. There  will be music, and an address to  Mothers Refreshments will be  served. A hearty invitation is  extended to every Mother to be  present.   Admission free.  Ono of the most enjoyable fune-  tions of tho season, will heaSocial  Ball undor the ansplcos of Oomox  Hive, No. 10, Ladies of tho Mac-  cahoes of tho World on New Years  Eve Doc, 8lst 1008, in tho Agrl-  cultural Hall, Courtenay, Tho  Ladies nro sparing no pains. 10 tm  to make this the principal event of  the Season. Refreshments will lie  served during the evening, ami excellent music will he provided by  Messrs Roy Monte and Morgan.  SALE OF WORK In connection  with Holy Trinity Church, on  Tuesday, 1st Docembor, From 2 to  5 o'clock, Admission Freo: Afternoon Toa, Ico Croam. Supper will  be sei-vod from 5.80 to 7.80 P. m.  adults 85c. children 25c.  MISSING,  Word has been recelvod that.  Willie Harwood is lost in tbo  woods near Trent River, a search  party has been organised and star- .  ted out in search of him yostorday.  His absence has caused muoh anxiety, as ho has not been seen sinoo  last Saturday about two o'clock.  Ona of the search party arrived  in town this afternoon and report-  ed tho finding of young Harwood's  boat, hat and gun on tlie beach, ������  short distance from his homo. Grap  pllng-irotis have hoon taken down  to drag for tho body. Mrs, Harwood' his mother, save tho boat  floating out to Hon, tho afternoon he  was mining, hot thought that it  Imd broken h������oso, as thoro was  quite a heavy sea on at the time  The report thst he was lost in the  woods, could not havo been a  correct one, as the present Indies,  tions are that he has been drowned,  CAMPBELL  BROS.  OTTR GROCERY DEPARTMENT  GROCERS  AND  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS  DUNSMUIR     AVENUE  CUMBERLAND, B. C  The ..tore that will savs you money on Groceries. Our Roods  xto f 11 fresh and ner, and quality all that ynu could wish for.  We kw>,������ a good stock of ail kinds of Flour-try our ���������Cslgsry'  and -Uiiviu HiH.vUrd." We havs lust put io a Urge shlpmsnt  of Washington Apples���������try the|������.  First of the Month Orders.  Give u������ a trUl hy placing your first ol the month order with  us���������w������* urn Hath fled we cun plesse yoa.  SPECIALTIESm**m>  AlbertaCresmeryButter in 14 H������ b<ti*i -M R0  Crearmry Buttor in 1 lb prints       85  Selooted Case Kggs       8K  ���������   Onod Kalinf Apples, per tot    1 75  Brooked Hallbu^Klppm and Boiled Hsm. THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ��������� !1 n  LilQ  !'!i '.���������".'** ft'V'  '1 'I 'i  SjUiilUo'iiU'il'i  .led Every Tuesday by-'the'  itzoox & Cumbafriatad  ���������'abashing   Company.  This papiT will not hoi  i-*>pon.-.iI)ln for the opinion  1  its-dl'f  sof oth-'  i-i-.-., a* may appear in its  jolumns  f--o*n time to timo.  vulmhy,    Nov. .33,  190$  It'  ndred and Thirty  M5W*ji-H  "r;  The fl*:i-ti'ic locomotive has its  sum in brother badly "whipped as to  ������������������;ui*d and it only rftinniiis-to build  ���������r/.ck? that will boar train-' at over  100 miles an hour to learn just  what can bo expocted of lliw oiec-  - tr!<: trains.  At the celebrated Berlin-Zossen  ���������Epwsd trials in 1908 there was established the amazing Vi) miles an  ii our record, the fastest that any  man or man-made machine ever  travelled. It is almost 200 feet a  sec >nd or equal to the speed a  aiau would attain falling from the  top.of ti 20 story building. It is a  6;)e')d   KO preat that a deflection of  1 o  ono of tlie rails of an eighth of an  inch ia sutlicient to thvov a train  ci? the track. It is bo; fast that  ilio front of the locom.itive lias to  i.av������ a great knife shield tu cut the  wind, which otherwise would cheek  the speed or crush in tho front of  tho engine.  JLli'ai.n running atjhjsjfrigbt-  fnl sped of 130 miles an hour  would circumnavigate tho globe in  p. week ..'������������������������������������'  It wouVd plaoe the Pacific within  24 hours of tho Atlantic. Will  'such ii thing como to pass? 'Per-  naps. A hundred years ago thirty  miles en hour was a marvelous  speed;'flow'it is common. If a  train can make 130 miles now experimentally, why muj not this  ���������������������������peed bo common in the year two  tliousaud.  .     i ...     O'  ,...  Mr. and Mrs. Siddivll of Nan-  niino, nrrivod by Wednesday's  boat. Mr. Siddall is opening up a  tniloring business in tlie Davis  !ii ock,  Thp oven, daea  fche bakings the  ftro-box eootrols  the o.veu heat,  and tho 'grates  hold the ooal or  wood.that produces tho beat, so  THE GRATES  are Important.  iW MHN'S COSTUMES.  ., ',vr:'* -r���������"���������:.. ���������  Tlw Changs That Cam* When Povtdet  and Snuff Went Out,  ���������The li*reuch revolution had its effect  upon tho fashions of 1800 aa well aa  upon matters of more weighty import,  the tendency being greatly to simplify  eoBtwnes. Young men in England  adopted the short coat, light waistcoat aad pantaloons inaugurated in  Paris by a certain set who affected to  despise the old court fashion.  The use of powder, made inoro expensive by taxation, quite died.out, and  short hair became universal.  Trousers and Wellington boots, at  first worn only by the miUtary, were  adopted by civilians about 1814, and  the dandy of the early Victorian era  Wore his tightly strapped down. He  also prided himself on bis starched  collar, which had gone, out of favor  under George IV., whp preferred- a  black silk kerchief or stock.  The snuffbox vanished, and the characteristic ornament of the age was the  bunch of seals hanging from the wat$h  chain. Various modifications tools  placo from time to time during Queen  Victoria's long reign, but the form of  men's dress practically remained unaltered.  The knickerbockers and tweed suit  of tho country gentleman are of comparatively modern date, as weU as tho  wide awake, the soft felt bat���������English Illustrated Magazine.  APPLIOATION FOR HOTEL  *;: \< LIOENCB, ,.,;   t-  "NOTICE is hereby givon, that  one month from date" I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for tho Spring Inn Hotel,  situated on Coinox Road.  John H. Piket  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1908.  The;Rev������Irl  R. Hicks  Al-  v uianac.  '������������������;���������*���������* if--"!" ' i '      ,   ��������� ��������� ���������������������������  For 1909, ready No^ 15.1908,  best evw sent out, beautiful covers  ih colors, fine portrait of Prof.  Hicks in colors, all the: old features aud several new ones in thc  book. ..The. best, astronomical  "Hicks Weather Forecasts." Uy  mail 85c, on news stand's 30c.  One copy free with Word and  Works, the best $1, Monthly in  America. Discounts, on almanacs  in quantities. Agents'"wanted.  Word   and    Works   Publishing  Co., 2201 Locust Street, St. Louis 1 NOTICE is hereby given that  Mo. Every citizen owes it to him- ono ,nonti, from tiatQ j intend to  self, to his fellows and to Fiof. [appiy to the Superintendent of  Hicks to possess the "Hicks" fore ] provincial Police,' Victoria for a  casts,���������the only reliable. renewal of   the   Hotol   Licence  held by me for the Courtenay Hotel, situated at Conrtetuy B. C.  John R. Johnston  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  APPLICATION FOR  HOTEL  fy I.,-      lioecne;. ,  NOTICE is hereby given that  one mouth from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police. Victoria tor a  renewal of tlie Hotol Licence held  by me for the Elk Hotel situated  at Comox.  Gkoroe G. Macdonald  Dated 27th day of Oct.,1908.  APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  Ifepimalt k lanabno Ey  THE HYPNOTIC EYE.  FARM FOR SALE. Situated  at Parksville, twenty miles .from  Nanaimo, on the road to-Cumberland, five aores cleared, fruit bearing orchard, two acres, logs all  burned off, two acres slashed, good  cottage, lathed and  plastered  and  NOTICE is hereby given that  oue month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico Victoria,' for  renewal of tho Hotel Licence held  by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox. B. C.  J. B. Holmes  Dated 27th day of Oct.,1908,   '  Ami tho Msn Who Likes to Test It on  the Circus. Animals.  The man who wants to test the power of tho human eye on savage beasts newly painted; chicken house and  Is legion, and he affords no end of ,     ,          ,              ,    ,,            ,  amusement for the attendants at,tbe corals> horeo barn' and other  0llt-  circus, who are always on the lookout buildings. Will sell cheap for cash  for him.   Often he may be detected m,    -        consists of ton aero*!  in  standing beforo the cage of a lion, ll������ ������iui consists oi U,n aero,  in  gazing intently straight into the eyes all, fronting on salt water.  Apply  of the dignified old beast, who gazes  back with indifference: and finally  shifts his eyes, not because he feels  any mystic Influence, but becaoso  something else bas attracted bis attention.  A story Is told of a man who tried  the hypnotic trlek on an ostrich. At  flrst the bird crouched down and fluttered his wings nervously, but made  iSoToither'manifest! tatl on-'for-some-time..  A few* hours later the body of tho  man was������fouiid, with tbe huge bird alternately stamping and sitting on lt  Another is told of a man who tried to  outgaze a leopard, with the result tbat  the animal made a fierce charge  against the bars of his cage and at tho  man, and tho two created a disturbance that brought the attendants hurrying to investigate tbe trouble.���������Harriot Qulmby lu Leslie's Weekly. *'  to Nelson Parks,  Parksville Post  Office, B. C.  Sunday 5������hool Philosophy.  A Sunday school teacher had Instructed hor cla&s thnt each* child  should repeat a vorse of Scripture  \Wien the offering was mado. The  plMo, containing many pennies, had  gone down the line wheu the child  next tho last said, "The Lord lovoth  a ohoortul giver," depositing a nickel.  Either the versos had given out or  tho chil'd at tho end of tho bench was  overcome at hor neighbor's generosity, for sbo said, "A fool and bith  money aro thoon parted I"  Range  ���������ffl  \     \  \lty*ubh ~  t7i:*utes  "Sask-alfca" Double Duplo*. Grates are made  in four pieces, each grate ehakon separately.  Ashes over one grate oan bo shaken without  WfkoUiig good fuel OTcr other grato. No pnlrfng  necessary, thereby saving fuel. Dampers al both  onda of fire-box secure perfect drafts. When  crates are inverted for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way is the surest-serving way ���������and that's  "Oosk-alta" way.  VOLUNTEER    OUNXY  A.CT,  190   .  Warning to Purchasers.  EVERY assignmout of the right of n  South'Afrioon Volnnteor ontiilcil  toaJacdgrantiuu.it bo hj way bf np-  pointinont of u substitute end must be iu  tho form pro'vidod by the Act.  Special attention is called to Sub-arc-  tion 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteers  bounty Aot, 1908, which provide;! thut no  assignment of the right of a voluuver liy  tho appointment of a substitute slinll bo  accepted or rooognized b,v th* Depart,  ment ot the Interior which IS NOT KX-  ROUTED AND DATKD AFTER. THK  DATA OF THK WARRANT VOU THK  LAND GRANT hniied by the Minister of  Militia i������nd Delonoo in favor of tho volunteer,  J. W. GREKNVVAY,  Commissioner of I)omlnl������n  Lands, Ottawa.  28th Sopteml. or, 1008.  A PPIIOATJON POR JIOTBI  LICENCE.  NOTIOE is horoby given tlmt  ono month from dnto I intond to  apply to tlio Siiperintondunt of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  renewal of tho Hotol Licence hold  by mo for tho Union Hotol, nitun  tod Bt Union li, C.  Samuki, C. Davib  Dated 27tli ilny of Oct., 11)08.  APPLICATION  FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is .hereby given tbat  one month from-data we intond to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  transfer of tho Elotol Licence held  by us for the Palmer Hotol situa  ted at Bayne Sound to JamesS.Day  Joiik It. Johnson  TllOS.   ltlPLKY..  Dated 23rd day of Nov. 1908  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  POLLECIATE   SCHOOL  FOR  BOYS  The Laurels        Belcher'Street  Victoria, B  s. "Ciiy of Nanaimo.  VlCTOiaiJS.���������CCM03C    '   330TJTTB  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. ci for  Nanaimo, calling at Groftor. Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenij fro.ght- or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, ,7 a. m.,  for Union ISay Comox and way ports  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., foi  ;   Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a. m.,*for  Union Ray Contox antl | way ports.  Leaves Coiiibx  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANCOUVER - NAUAIMO - LADY  SMITH   ROUTE.  8. S.     <-0OAN."  Sails irom   Vancouver  for   Naniiio  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvet  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  Patron, and Visitor, <  THK l.OHD  BISHOP  OP  COLUMBIA  Head Master  , NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date we intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for ft  renewal of tho Hotel Licenco held  by us for the Nelson Hotel situated ot Union Bay.  Fuasbh & Bishop  Dated 3rd day of No v., 1908.  APPLIOATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE i������ hereby given that  ono mouth from date I intend to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Proviiciul Police, Victoria for a  renewal of Hotel Licence hold by  me for the Wilson Hotel, situated  nt Union Day.  Jno, Humi'iihky,  Dated this 3rd clay of Nov., 1908.  APPLICATION   POR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTIOE is horoby givon that  ouo'month from date I intond lo  apply tu tho Superintendent oi  Provincial Police, Victoria for n  roiiowul of tho Hotel Licence hold  liy 1110 for tlio Lorno Hotel Bitua-  tod nt Comox li O.  FujitBNi'K Mary Clutk  Dated 8rd dny of Nov., 1008.  J. W. L&ING, ESQ.,   M. A.,   OXFORD  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized Universities of Great Britain and Can  ada. .  Moderate terms for boardera.  Property cons:sts of five aeioe withepuci-  ious sihool buildings, txttnsive reorcatih  grouuds. eynii .1 tinoi.      C&dct coips orgi.n  Zilll.  ArrLY TO HEAD MASTER.  '<4,*l,4'^'t'l''l^-'*f^^'t,'l-"i",''l'*i''fr'i*,W"lvi<  *  Maxwell & Hornal  Proprietors.  * TEAMSTERS and DRAYMEN  '"SINGLE and, DOUDLE liK.H  J For HIRE, ALL ORDERS  ..I'ROMl'TLY  ATTENDED  TO I  VANCOUVER-NANAIKO -COKCX  XTKION.  "S. S. Queen City"  (C.P.R.)  Lcai Vaacuuvor, Sun day, 7 pm Ar  riveB at Nanaimo, Suudny, 11 p. ni.  Loaven Nanaimo Monday, 3 a. m. Arrives at Union, Monday, 11 a. m. Arrive  ������t-Ci-iabx, Monday* 1 p. m..  Leave Comox, Mouday, 7 p. m. Arrive  afc Uiiioc, Monday, 8 p. in.  Leave Union, Tuecday, 5a.m. Arrive  a^.Nanai���������mo,^uekduj:^-a.O:l_.3_0,a,_la,,______  Jjeaves Nauaimo, Tuesday, at 1 p. m.  Arrive at 'Vancouver; Tuesday, at 5 p.n;.  Calling at Waf Ports when freight nnd  pasaenyerii ofl'er.  TIMETABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   let,' 1907,  VH������M1HH������  :: 3rd St. Cumfcerland  M^H^rH*,H4v{,,l,'H4-'HttH4,i4,-li  Union  mbrnzxrsL* a  i  Hotel  1-ROPS6I3BT.  Bnglinh 4 x MUHTON alwuy. on tup the, the fatnoui MILWAUKEE  BEEUS���������Attlmnur, Bulmniian, .SulillU, Ao, "OJ.ll UUICY UUAKD"  HOO'l'tm WHISKY,        Bait Wmot and Liquora of all kinds.  Tb* Hoarding tnd Lodging Dopartimmt, mulor tha liiiuiiidiato mipitrintondeiioa ol Mri  D������vii, will b) i.mmi Flint-clam iu every rt*������puut,  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And Oil KITCHEN  UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  )isrV'*Hv������^^Vi^/v*^Nv.i;  l*A'SH}Z,  Hii no fter Any u-pwardi.  $*#$*#**#*##*?#****?$#<ji<������**}? -^^^^-fV**^***/^**^?^  * BEDS   BEDS   BEDS |  A large consignincnl of Iron Beds, ranging in price  from *  $$ to $30���������all mas. X  We have just opened up a crate of Toilet Wave.      A fine *  atisortuicut ut popular prices. ������  Auotlici eoii^i^uuitut of Cliiun Cn1������t?ir*t������ nn.1 Dtrsspr* nnd  Stands expected by next boat.  iMdtn. Toronto, hi :ntreal. W.'nnmti, Vwooowr, St. Jtkti, HamNttAColfanr  C* H. Tarbell Local cAgenth  The Right Trice  Furniture Store,  J. H. COLLINS  ���������*##a*4*6*e*.������tf*-****������#**f* A*9*>y****99wi%9*99A99i\9*  Wlion in Cumberland  STAY Al1 THS  VENi)()ME.  4Jf   Alu V*.\it..\tm,-,*ui roi; Cwmrt'i  Tun Bah 1* Rvi>fmki������ witn  Best Liquors and Cigars  HUAMBEUG& WILSON   Prop  WWIIM���������H���������  FOR 8AI.E.  Ono tlh lior*o power Oasoliiio  Kngino, coinjiletc with rovorcing  clutch, nl������o propeller and shafting.  For particular* npply to O. C-Jront,  Cumberland, I). 0.   .  NORTH BOUND���������Read   Ecvrn  ^Statioos,  PaBBOUger  Trains  Daily  No. 1  Viotorln,  Unjoin,  Shawnigati,  11  Cobble Hill,  Oowioban,  Kohuilali,  UuncimV,  Sower os,  Wcbtholwie,  Cliimiitiniia,  Ladytmilli,  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wulliuiiton,  De. 0.00  0.04  10.17  10,22  10, .10  10.-18  10,63  11.00  11,07  11.18  11.1)2  11.57  12.18  .UM  Ar 12.C3  Siuidny  Wed,  Ko. 3  De. 15 00  J5.04-  10.15  10,18  JO.HO  10.41  10,47  10. C8  17,10  17.22  17 35  17,55  18,19  18,30  Ar 18 45  SOUTH DOUND~Ite������d Up."  Viotoria,  Hhawiiguli,  11  ColiWuHill,  Ociwinbai),  Koknilali,  Diuionn'a,  Homomifi,  Wcttholmo,  (.'htmnliiu-i,  IjurivMnltb,  11  Henth Wollinflton,  Nauaimo.  WtJIIngtPB,  No. 2  Ar. 12,OB  isi.oa  10,si  10,48  10,40  10, Ui  10,00  10 0'.'  il.47  0���������S7  l������,B8  Do, D.1,0  Ar, HM  8.88  8. l;i  De. HM  No. 4  18.W  18,51  17.85  17.JW  17.2'J  17,08  )7,oa  10,59  10������  10 32  10,22  Up. 1ft 68  Ar. UUU  J fl. ������7'  IC 15  Do. li.tjO  Thousand Mile and Comminution Tickets un sale, good ovvt mil (iml bte.iii.et  Hnes, nt two and onc-liulf cents ptr mile.  ,S|iccl;i| trains nnd stciumtrs for Kxctir  ���������ions, nnd reduced r ilea for purtlcs may  be nrinnyed foi on iip|iiicntioti to tho  Dist  hiss. Aitent at Victoria.  Tho Compnnv reserves the right to  chun^e without mevmus notice,stcnuvcrs  ���������iiilniR dittos ixrtd hours of sailinK,  Kxcursion Tickets on Miilc from nnd to  ull jjinlibmi, good for ������oitin journey Saturday and Sunday, reitirnii.ff nut later  h������n Monday,  J, W. XWOU1', Uen, Mtii, UX-, c-oMiat, on,  U. li, tUUKli\hV, Uut. tti, 4 i������*������, An,  60 YBAR8������  BXPERIKNOB  Traoc Maaae  ^     DMIONS^    *  COPVRtaHTS Ac.  ���������iMlr aitt-tMiI V\ir omIjUimi frp������,yliMtiiw nn  \}xAhtW  Hint, Iron, OliU������t, ttfeiint Jvl.iieuittiK, yiilint *i,  I'ntnnu Ulimi tTinm������h Mmm A V*. leeatit  tptltoituillri, WI������������iOMSBbRjf9,mwo  Scientific Hmtrican.  Ah������nitwmBlfllliirtf������jji1 wnrttt.  Uriuttlr*  erilMKm nr wif.^lBPTO h".m������Hi Ti'H������..W *  l������������ri jiurfionui������,|t; |uldt)y3lr������Ht.dwlt������ra.  /������' THE  NEWS,  CXJMBERL'AND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  The HUDSONS BAYCO  Sole Agents for 8 C  NOTICE ���������  ' Every Monday  and  Friday  I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  , Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes;  will  sell cheap. .    -  J>7  Cinu Yeuk,  Sandwick.  ond  Ashore and Afloat  with ���������..  ROD and GUN  If you llko to re������d of the experiences of  unglere, Bhootem and ceinperu or j-achtinm  or If you are Interested In country lite, art  your newsdealer for Forest and Stream.  or write for tree npeelmen copy, or niia  ineatt-nYe vent* lor four weeks' trie trip,  toff st end Stream la a ������r������o llluitra ttd  weekly lournal, which contains ihefollowlofj  ilcparimentsi ....  GamaDstfaiMJCun. Nataral Hlitory,  Sea ond River ViMntl, VachtlnA  Rifle aha Trap, Kennel.  We send free our enttlosue of tlie bestbooko  oa outdoorllfo and rocreiulou.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, Now York Cily.  ements.  Incubators, Etc.. Etc.  For the  Farmers  J**i**I**I***I**I*^**f**J**J^J**^  guaran'  Walworth=Rolston Co.LM-  H.  S. R0LST0N,   Managing Director.  Vancouver, B. C.  See B. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, 6. C.  ^1* *I ** I **1**I* *1**I"* vI**J* ��������� J^J^-J**J**^������ ���������-J* -*I**l* *I**rt* ****!*  ela aU  j Cumberland Livery J  ii'aiuT Feed, Stable...  MuaMuna -,  e a  APPLICATION FOR TRANS  FEU OF HOTEL LICENCE.  Notico ifl horoby givon that nt  tho noxt eitting of tho Bonrd of  J.k'unco Ooiiiini6������ioiu'rs for tho  City of Cumberland I intend to  apply for a tmnsfor of Hotol U-  ct'iico now hold by mo on block 3  Jot 0 Cumberland Townstto to  Wilson tfc Uramborg.  J. R, IUnnkuman,  Daiod Sept., SUtli, 1008.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  ��������� ���������WW���������iWII  I   111 Ml WM1IH 1irsTWi������|l  FIRST : CIvASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  . . ..'. .  ������������������ip������������n������m������.������mi������������.i.������n Mi.imim  wood  and Coal  a a  e  m e  e e  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cai's of the Union Plolliery  Company by any person or persons���������except tain-crow���������-it:, strictly  prohibited. Employees tire sub-  iec to dismissal for allowing Bam-  By order  FlUNCIS D,  LlTTlV,  Manage:,  Dunsmuir Avenue t  CUMHRRLAND,   11. C     __  ���������i. T  l^>^l.J.^rtfl4l������J.������J'>|<tJ'kJ������f������J'l|l'I*J'<lf*J'������I������I*>^l*)f'  YTood's JfhOfljjlwAlno,  The Ureal Jinnlm Hemtilii,  Tniiw hiiiI InvluomUMlbs wholo  iiqi-vouh Hs-Htom,  tnu few .now  niavr  lllonrt in i  ItAtVmtJiire* Nri't),  -la:;d   hegicthv  act,"  In tho matter of an application  for a  duplicate cortim'uto of ti-  tlo to part (boing ono uoro   of  t*    ii  .   1-   i\: ���������!..; .i   ,r o ...���������   ,  Notice is horoby givon that It.  In iny intention at tho expiration  of ono month from dato of tho 11 rut  publication hereof to Ihmio n Dn-  plinnte CorliiicAto of Tital to ft-  huvo land inmiwl tu tbuTnuti*cb nl"  the Coinox Hchool District on tho  80th January 1S73 and nuuihorud  741������������.  S, V, Woono.v,  Registrar Henernl.  DftUnlSopt., 22nd, 1008.  out ()Mltv, Aleitht and HrttinWpiry,Ji-.'������-  ������tdeneti, Smvual fVcetknm. liniitnom, h;'ci<-  torr)tnn,nnill<yivl������^(ifAlnweoi'Jf.tee*ii(,,  coll uvr lm, oWforfl. One wMliluiwr.i-.x  Jourii. Bold liy nil amirittiibror luulli-il In  lilrilii ptat. ������'������ Moulpt of jirloo, AVri ;������'������i* Met  W*Uthfnf,,X\Hi\.em*m MacHoIno 0������-���������_.  yorriierl'i IVinlwr) Torontn, On*.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  , Thp grant Utorlno T������>Dl*> "it'*  iionijr iiivfo olt'ootaol Monthly  **>I 1?.,,"til,, 1 r.p ^- .,!..,.I, .,., ,,.,,,! nil -  i>>  *-S iOtloRmowKl.rnn'Cvr.Ui Np. Hi  r*'     *T tor wi'jiilal caf*w, to put Mi.  -yj  Rolit ns* nil dn*M*tm\ pt tv**  BEE  , ,, The drink of strohg men and healthy women.,  ON BREWERY BEER  %mm^i%%*\ Dr|nkj|U5B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., :$_  Nanaimo B.G.  JOHN McLEODS  . . .       'j  FOR FIRST-CLASS *j  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  mOmy Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  ' '������)>!>.' ' * AtPf'\  The Oxford Chancellor is  specially built to suit tho  conditions iu BritioiiB Col-  umbia.  The' fire box for coal  is.  mathematical ly proportioned  to suit the size of tho oven,  and is intended for  burninor-  ���������D  either hard or soft coal,  and  ��������� can bo reversed for biirnincr  wood,  If desired, a wood burning fire-box can bo secured.  This will take the roughest  innd of wood fuel.  Tlie Oxford Chancellor is a  handsome, attractive range,  beautiful in its dress aud ornamentation, yet in no place  has service or  utility  beeu  sacrificed for appearance sake  alone  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Njw growing in our Nur������oi'luB  for tho Full tr <lo:���������  1)0,000 Pouoh, Ajii-lout, N^jlarlues, tJhor-  ry, Phi in. Prune, Pnnr unci A\i\il*  ���������in nil loading vitriotios  100,000 Smnll Frulte.  10,000 Ornnmentivl Trouu, In all loaillng  vuriotloi tor B, 0,  Strictly hoiuo grown ntul not subjoot to  diiinii������o from fiimiuiitlmi,  Stock of Dnlbfi to nrrivo in Au^iiBt from  Jnpim, Krn'.oo nml Hollninl.  Boo Sin������|ilUi8, stymy I'uuiin, fowl*, Ktu,  l-10.|)iigo OATALOUUE WHKK.  W yjll���������  i|i|.|liiH,llli.1l.ll|'P..)liHH|il.iM I,    II ^1.*������.... .Hi i in'li Mil.  Oroonhouioi, flood Houoce and   Tout  Office Ad J ro a,  3010 WHIKTMIJSrtiTEU ROAD,  Vancouver,  IU,  OnurllfiKDm'iOo,  17 Ml omirarwtrjipr ���������������������*<������  nro]n<it eri rewfot of wle-a.  Fri-o iiimipMot. Actitiwijf THf  !.,T0HtiNT0,CllT. tfortit������r/vtr������M*iW  #������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ^INSURANCE.  Tire    aud    Life  For H'm Hyhutiont fo r  Hire Insurance call and get  rates beforo insuring.  Wesley Willard  Agent forthe Roynl  of Liverpool,  >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  tfhen hi Courtenay&a) nl  The Courtenay Hotel  Every con vaulting forRiionlH.  ThoOontial Hotol for Sportsmon  Nonn but tho Best of Wines anil Liquors  at tlio lt.tr.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  Synopsis " of   Canadian   Itom33tead  Kogulft'ions.  AnyavailnblH Dominion Lanrla within  the Railway Belt in Urilish Columbin,  mny bo horaestoaileil by uuy poi-sou who  is tho sole head of a fiimily, ot* nuy main  ovar 18 yonra of nge, to tho extent of ono  quarter auction of 10) aoros. moro or Jess  Eutry must bo mmlo p-rsonally at Uio  loonllnnd ofilco for tho diatriot in which  the land ia situate. Entry by proxy  may, however, be mado on certain conditions by tho father, mother, eon, dnu������h-  tor b-other or aistor ot aud intending  homcBteatlar.  The homesteader is required to perform  tho conditions oonneotod tborewith  undor ono of tho following pliiim;  (I) At loimt nix monUm' reHidonco upon  and cultivation of tho land in eaoh yoor  for threo yearn.  (51) If tha fnthor (or mothor, if tho  fiitlioris doodasad), of the homcHtoador  resides upon a farm in tho vicinity of th<-  Innd entered for, tho revnlromonts an to  rosltloncfl mny bo niitisflml by auoh porson  residing with tho father or motlier.  (!}) If Um Bottler hns his porinunont residence upon fanning land ownod by  him in tho vioinity of bin lioraoHtond, tho  rcquiromiiutB iih to reHidonco mny bo 8*1-  tied liy rraidenco upon tlm imidlnnd.  Bix months' iiotlco Jn writing nlioulil  bo given to tho Commimiioiior of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to np  ply for jiiitont.  (JoAi..���������Oonl mining righto mny bi������  oaaod for ft period of twenty-ono yon re  nt an iinnunl rental of 81 per noro, Not  moro tluin 2,500 iu*rOH nlnill be loiiHcd lo  ono individual or company. A royalty  at tho rati) of flvo eontn per ton shnll bn  oollootoil on tho inirohiintnbloooii) mined  W. W. CORV.  Deputy of tho Mlnlalor of tho Tntorior  N.Bi���������Uniiulliorli'.od publication of tli ih  lulvortifiommit will uot bo jmiii for,  '   NEW YORK "  CLIPPER  tm r������w ctrtwAren't  TIIEATniCAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  $4.00 Per Year,   SlngloCopyJOCts.  HMHTOD WBRKI.T,  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ud),  AlBBnT J. HORIE, l'l'IU,ISIII*::ilH.  .    filmeii*: ' ' 4������ W.utu Ht.. livi .aim  VOU   HA LIO  Jui'Koy   hull calves   from find'  |)ri/.t:Hto(jl<.~-Aji})ly to Wm. Unn-  can, Sandwick.  KOU SALK.  .Ti-rnoy Hull (2 years old) fi>r  nalo,    prico 835 cnidi, Al������o Y'������rk  flhiro pigH ifih.iix) j������.r jmir  R. U, Uttrford, Sandwick.  For Sale in Cumberland  by T. E. BATE,  Magnet Casli Store  ������������������������������������������.m������. wiwia ��������������������������� ��������� mmm  SALES AGENTS WANTED.  ������36,00 per week or 400 per  cent, profit. All samples, stationery, and art catalogue free,  We want one permanent agont  in this locality for the largest  picture and frame house in America. Experience unnecessary.  We instruct you how to .sell our  goods and furnish thc capital. If  you want n permanent, honorable nnd profitable position, write  j us today for particulars, catalogue nnd samples.-���������Erank W,  , Williams ompnny, 1314 W.  Taylor Street, Chicaga, 111.  Piano Tuning,  Mr, J,  W.    Guard   IVnctieal  !'!:;:: > T,*;;c:\ w!M p.-.yrmnL :!:im !  .l.'l'l di.-lj Ic't ,.    *. i   it    I tt in;    ||    \f.'<C.  TIioho who want thoir pianos or  organs put in ^ood  ropair should  '. rosorvo   thoir   orders   for   him.  i  Cuinborlnncl, IJ, 0,  BIRTHl royal baby  QUEER CUSTOMS  FOLLOWED AT  SPANISH COURT.  pi  :e 3KST m  Tittm^p  mm*  Adky0������r6r*ocfiw fbrjt.  Diplomats and Nobtos Wait to Sea  That Changeling is Not Substituted���������Crowds Await Hoisting of  " Royal Ensign���������Number of Guns  In Salute Announce Boy or Girl-  Queen's New Palace.  The bbrth of a Spanish prince   is  ) hedged    round   with   many   strango  ceremonials,   some   of   which   mu3t  form a trying ordeal for a girl brought  up amid .the surroundings usual to a  high-bred English-, family.    Etiquette  prescribes that'a crowd of eminent  personages shall bc in attendance to  await the birth.    Representatives of  L.the aristocracy  and  of the political  I and diplomatic world gather together  in ah adjoining apartment, and, ac-  i oompanied  by  the   ladies-in-waiting,  ' wait to greet the latest addition  to.  ! tho  royal family,  and also to bear  1 witness that no attempt is made to  i palm off a changling upen the nation.  '    When at last tho,, child is born it is  ' oarried by the Mistress oi the Bobes,  ' on a gorgeous crimson velvet cushion  * and cbvered^hy'priceless lace, into the  . presence of the grandees and handed'  ; lb  the  Prime  Minister.    Tlie  latter,  i. carrier it romid the room for all to  see  and then   returns   the   precious'  burden to the Mistress of tho Robes,.  I who in her turn restores the mite to  ita royal mother.  Outside, on the Plaaa do Orient^ a*  .huge crowd of the people a\rait  expectantly but light-heartedly for the  i broad bands of red and yellow with,1  the royal escutcheon to flutter in tho  ; breeze, and to count tlie number of  guns which boom forth their salute.  ' Twenty-one   guns   announce   a   boy.  . The  news   is   flashed   all   over   the  kingdom, and the "Te Deum" is sung  'in all the cathedrals.   Ono of the firnt  t ot the numerous official messages is  'that dispatched to the Popo, askirig  him to act.as godfather. The Catholic  Church requires that tlie christening  | shall take place at the earliest pos-  I sible moment, so that generally within four or five days at the most tho  ' royal baby has  to   go   through   its  i second public ordeal.  7��������� Some-of-the-rules-of-aneient-Span^���������  ish etiquette die hard.   Among these  is that by whicii everything in Madrid counts by nine days.    For 'instance, after a death in a family, the  Novenario must take place; Uie widow  and daughters, or whoever the nearest surviving'relations may  be,  are  expected to hold the Drielo���������that is,  to close their windows and remain  solemnly * for nine days in their reception rooms to receive tho condolences, of their friends, who visit them  in ' mbnrnij]*?.    As it is the  porrect  thing.for oil to repeat their ��������� visits  daily during this poriod, though tho  first two or threo times thoy nre subdued, it is impossible to remain bo,  and the party insensibly glide into a  degree of gossip and chatter which  is not quits becoming to the occasion.  Tho rulvont of an' English prineiwa  at tlio Spanish court has resulted in  Croat Improvements in tho gaiety cf  uie palace, where those in constant  attendance bad found the atmoapboro  somewhat dull. Tn Uio days whon  tho Quoon-Motlior (Queen Christina)  roignod an regent ovening dress w������m  nnneooooary, but tmdor Quoan Victoria Rugonki a general brightening  of social llfo hoa triV.on plnco. Tho  omartost frooka aiid thn boot, of family  JeweJa only nro dlnplnyod, while full  dress 1������ always worn In tlio evening.  Innovations nro seldom popular,  and tho otiitoly down/>-;<rn, recalling  tho different state of Queen Christina,  complain of tlio disturhanooH to whioh  thoir declining yonrs hnvo been subjected. Queon Viotoria lSitpnnio, how-  ovor, ia nuito tho vogue, nnd hor mimical partios, oard pardon, and court  dances aro enjoyed v������ry much by  thono momborH of Madrid sooloty  who aro sufficiently oirrlghUy to re������  coifnlzo tho rlfbt ot youth to social  relaxation.  Whllo mask) and bridge help to  pans many ov������ilnga nt tlio Sj'.inltih'  eourt, hor maj'osty hns a!������') introduced tho Engliiih onstom of afternoon  tooA, and aolighUi in puyini; nuriiriHO  calls at four o'clock. At liritt this  , somewhat ombarniRMod the Bonorua,  but now that thoy utidrmtAnd tha  ntniablo yonng Quooi rcqutroH nol.li-  Ing moro Umn u simple woloomo they  ara dolljjhUxl, nnd avon enjoy tho  doporturo from the requirements of  Bpi-ninh otiriuotto,  In tho country no li*.n������ thnn In tho  capital Uio Ungu������h Quncn hn������ hml a  mnrkod offoct In oaoh ciw, thn niodl-  flnatlon or chiuign ciilnblln'iiriK nn  linprovnmont. At La flmnjn, wlmro  tho roynl family pofirosn n Iwatitlful  pnlnoo and tho apeoucliofnont linn  taken plaoo, thorn exintod n ruin thnt  tlio Qiwon had to np-ti-l two hnuru  dnily ln tho gardoim ������i( thn pnlnwi  nooosfilblo to nny who n������r'������l t" vliilt  hor. Hnji-fiily ior tho pndtty nf tho  ���������fount couplo. Quoori Violnriu F1 umiiio  lias nlneiirdod tlio custom nud niuin  tho fnmoiM palnoo moroly tho prlyiitu  Jili'drllM;  -KlOUitil  ui   .',**  |..>.u   1^.11,)^,  Mnny nttflrntlnnn h"vo been inndn  In tho Interior ooonomy ol tlm (if.lnen,  which wan oxooodinFly iiiHiinilin-y.  iVfpcis lmvn Ivori rrnindioi! nnd thrt  olpotrlo liRht hnn htxen Innl'dlcd, nnd  tbo rtwidonoo, with it������ innriiillront.  ������mrdrtiH. wnrld-fnnioiiH fuunt-iint*. nnd  many valunbln Xrenntjtt'n, i.i imw u  most ehnrrnind retn-ut.  Vnrylnu HU Milhod.  Tho poroli olinibor lmiiitnt.id.  "I'm only doing thU," In* mnttor.  od, "hcciumo JfottiiH? in on tlio ���������ttmind  -tl/m-tr tutu never trwde nny m"ii*,v for  ina in ft hiiHitieHH wny, itn-i it'n up  Ui me tn Ret eviMi with the world  Hornohnw."  Convtncing himnoll by thl������ hpuuiotm  '.rennanlnu., he tetllly tiiml������d up thu  window ond climbed lusido.  How He Enj*ye<l ih  '".nrfw*"-H������w do you enjoy your tno.  . t tyclu?  ,"(lrigfi*-Finol   All I iiiwl Im a nt>ul>  tat and foaUiora to feoJ Uk* a bird. umm-m*nv mmm*mm*mm^  MEJTBWS, CtJMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA  *&&Slkm*?$i^  CHRISTMAS GIFTS  | QUALITY   STORE. I  Stoddart, the Jeweler.  MBERUW) TAILOR  S. ISAKA,   PROPRIETOR  Invalids  ���������BOVRIL" qukkly builds  up -strength aod vitality���������-hence  the marked progress towards  heahh made by invalids who  take it. There is only  one 8s  BOVRIL  WWWWW-^^AAA^AA^V  Ladies' and Qentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from ho to ������35    AU Work First Olass  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  Bring }ouv job work   early   to | UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C  tbe Opinberi;vi:d New* office aud  avoid tlie Christrnap rush,  Ltd  (> McDonald, of S, l.eiser & Oo.  left on r business trip to Nanaimo,  bv Tlinrsdav'a bop-t  And  returned  r  Friday,   -.���������*a*���������~-���������'  J. W. Bryden left  by Thursday's boat for Vancouver,  Hr, and, Mrs Chas, Whyte left  by Thursday's boat fur Vancouver.  Inspector Archie Dick, of INan-  "^iiW'WfiTed-'by-Prid^s-boa*;-.���������-  ~��������� -���������On-. rr���������r���������  Jlr. and Mrs.. T. .'Piket wero  paHSengers by Friday'** boat from  J)ennian Islaud,  Week-pud sorvioa   between Vancouver,  Naniiino, Union, Comox, by  the  ���������ateel Clyde built twin sctew  Bteamer "COWICHA.N"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 p m  Arrives N������naimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Onion, Sunday 6 a m  Arrire������ Coinox,   Sunday 8 ������ m  Returning:���������  Loaves Comox, Sunday 4 p en  Leaves Union Sunday 5pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vaueouver Monday 7am  Stage leaves Ud{oa for Cumberland ev-  ory Sunday lnorojng on arrival of "COW-  4CHAN.;!Land_lcaveB_Camt>eTland_Hotcl  at 1  pm,  connoctitiK with eteamer   nt  Onion.  A newspaper is by no means a  child of charity. It earns twice  over every dollar it receives, and  it is second to no enterprise in  contributing to the upbuilding of  a community. Its patrons reap far  more benefits from its pages than  its publishers, and in calling for  the support of tho community in  which it is published, it asks for  no more than in all fairness belongs to it, though generally it re  ceives less. Patronize and help  your paper as you would any other  enterprise because it helps yoit,  and not an act of charity.���������Ex.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  at the next meeting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of C nm-  berland, we intend to apply for- a  renewal of the hotel licence held  by us for the Yendome Hotel, situated on lot 5, block 3, Cumber,  land townsite,  Wilson & JBrambkrg.  Dated 30th. day of Nov. 1908.  -���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at  the next meeting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a re  newal of tho hotel licence held by  me for the Waverly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 8, Cumberland townsite.  Richard Cob.  Dated 10th. day of Nov. 1908.  Miss R. Piorcy and   Mr.   and  Jtfrs. W. Piercj  arrived by Friday's boat from Denman Wand.  ������������������: m>  .-.,-.������������������.���������  Mrs. Masters, of Nanairoo arrived by  Friday's  boat.  ��������� ���������   'i > >* " ���������   ���������      "  Mrs. James Stewart arrived  homo by Friday's boat after several weeks absence In Yictoria,  IJurrahl for another of those  popular diinccB. to be givon in  Oil id borland Hall on Uio evening  pf Nov. 84th, Everybody welcome  Dr. Kerr, dentist will bo at Union Bay, from Nov, 25ili, to Doc,  flth, and until Dec, l9tl|. at Cum-  borland,  Repeat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs and colds.'  Mr. and.Mrs. C. Parnham left  by Thursday's boat for Yictoria.  <i,    ���������,  WANTEDr-Agent to represent  mercantile firm on commission.  Big money for good worker. Apply  International Credit  Bureru   Co.  -Manning���������eham-bers-r-Qneen���������Stv  West, Toronto.  APPLICATION FOR WHOLESALE LIQUOR LICENCE  NOTIOE is hereby given that at  the next meeting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cum  berland, I intend to apply for a renewal of the wholesale liquor licence held by me, situated on lot  8, block 2, Cumberland townsite.  Ciali Mdbbatto  Dated 10th. day of Nov.  1908.  Mr. nnd Mrs. J. MeLeod woro  mssongers to Yictoria by Thursday's boat,  To'tcfior wanted far Minto  school, after Christmas Vacation,  Apply lo N, Harvoy, Boc'y of  Sohool Hoard, Cumberland post  pilico,  Repeat lti-*"Khiloh,s Cure will  ftlwayu cure my coughs and colds,"  nmem  Mr J, Urucc loft, by S. S, Cow.  Iflian, on Sunday lust for Vnncou-  vor,  Mr. F, Altkviunnd Mr. Hlaugh-  ter drove tivw tlin road from  Nn  nuiino liihi Saturday on a hunting  trip,  Rc.pi-.nt it:--������Sliiluh,������ -i'uro will  I-.  *���������       "���������''"���������  '\ eA'h- "  ./  ^ 5 fADZ m CAMJUft  ff*y  FOR SALE  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C, Segrave, Agent,  Cumberland  ������������������    ������������������ ,   Scalded by boiling fat  Couldn't uao Hand for  a Month  Zam-Buk Gives Instant  Relief.  Aa necidor.t in a Toronto horae might  huve had vory serione consequences hod  it not bt������'p for Zim-Buk. MIbb Martha  Green, dtD Olnreinont St., io totsinpf t.  pirn of boil inn fnt, (mm tho over spilt it  ovor bor rl^ht hand "Tbo boilttiff (nt  nmiutntlio [mlra of my Imnd," oho hhjh,  Hud ovor all my fluKorn. I wai almost  wild with tlio psin, Tha bund baonrae  ���������woolen tnd torijo hlls'O's formed oil over  tho pivlm nnd ulona tho flu-gets. For ovor  a iQOo'h I wan ininblo to use tbo hand at  all, I trlod tovt-rnl Uiodu ot suIvob nnd  linimonlH, but tho wound mortnA npiiar-  onlly uo bettor. It was altogether too  Hovoro for tluin propniwlonB to hoal.  About thii timo I wan advitiod to try  Xam-Du'i, I ��������� topped nail)*? nil ctliur  inopiirniioiin ami ppplled it liiBt&ntl, Tho  V< ry flrat. ni]ilionti**u noolhod my lund  nml wmnioiHn draw out tho lire tnd in*  lluitiiiaiitioui and nol lio,*t ou minit Zum-  Unk tho lillnttra grndually driod up nud  iliHiippotrod, lu a very abort; tlino tbo  tioiild wim honlod oomplotoly.  Thtn i* but ono liiHtimoo ol tho urcr to  whioh Kaui'Iluk oun Uo mo advitiil������(f0uiiHly  up|ili������il It l.i oqunlly olTootiva for burns,  outii, brnl������(i������, nbriislotiB Hpriiimnnd iitiir-  nimi. It nlH-i otiroa on/omn, nlisttru, aoro<,  blond pnifiiiiiing, riiiKWurtu, tutlp uoroH,  an ri nii) wotimK l������laokhoacln, plmplou oo)d  no;oi, oi in pod, nnd nil nkln d somes aid  IlijIllii'H. liui'i.wu nt.. ou iu I.m i,liti,I,  ;.. ,.,:���������l, fl ivlll. 11 ri'll'VOK blMJI'llil.^nnd  iifhtne: ii, nnd appllod->h an cmbroo.it'on  It imroH rhiuiinttiHiii, Mu.ut.lun, notiralMlii,  i'Io, All ilruBfifialH anil HUiron mil at Mo  it box, or pi.ht froo from Kim-Huk Co,,  J' yA",! j.-fCs'<jij'( td frh'o.   ? boien tor  *Uib,  We must not forget the boys: so a  cup for Junior Football League,  has been kindly douated by  J, A. Gillespie.  Dr,  Repeat itt���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs and colde."  APPLICATION FOE HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at  the next meeting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cum-  berland, I intend to apply for a  rene^^flTie~liotel"ri^nce_ held  by inefor the New England Hotel,  situated on lot 3, block 8, Cumberland townsite.  Tiros. Dwykr.  Dated lOth. day of Nov. 1008.  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital, $3,900,000  Resbbtb, $4,300,000  Assbtb,   $46,*  Deposits, $33,7i  ,000  i,000  jjyipney Orders1  Rates.  ���������j;  <>  <*  tt  <>  <*  < t  t>  ii"' A* B. NETHERBY,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;  ���������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  95 and under  Over $5 and not exceeding: $10  Over $10 and not exceeding $80  Over $30 and uot exceeding $50 '  These Money Orders are payable without  Bank in Canada.  3 Cents  6 Cents  lOCents  15 Cents  cost in any J Chartered  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  Manages.  ::  ������������������������������������������������  !������������������������������������������������ ������>������������������������   ������>  K. A1DA ^|nt  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS GQflDB TO   Ot^DE^ flflD  iyi AHV STYLtB VOU UlISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  W. Piorcy, of Denman Island,  was a passenger by Wednesday's  boat.  BIRTH���������At Cumberland, on  Nov. 20,1008, to Mr. and Mrs.  P. Phillipps Harrison, a daughter.  Superintendent P. D. Littlo was  a passenger by Wednesday's boat.   ~m>���������   Miss Kato McNeil, of Vancou-  oonver arrived by Wednesday's  boat.  Oh, laugh, ye merry punster, be  causo woman cannot nail.  But there aro always two sides  to overy little tale.  It may be woman cannot imil  or tack to hold things tight.  ' But what man in creation can  pin anything just right?,  ���������Chicago Nows.  Watch this Space  to  Next week ii  11  ii  i>  i i  < )  MM������������Ct0eCMCef089tQ  SALERATUS  IS TNE BEST  W W, ^SWJTogQ.. l,TD,  Mra R. McNeil returned homo  by Wednesday's boat aftor a fioino-  what lengthy absence,  Kepeat it!���������-'Shiloh's Cure will  alwftys cure my coughs and colds.'  Repeat ft:���������"Shiloh's Curo will  always curo my coughs and colds."  * *  New Stock Arrived  | and Arriving/  Consisting of Solid Silver,   English   hall   marked, ������  Smelling Salts Bottles,   Fancy Jewel Cases,   Mugs,  Fish Carving Sets, and also some very fine Marmaza-  lian Pottery aud Peau de Sole fine hand painted chin-  a that is worth seeing at  McLeans  There will be a special Temperance service in the Methodist  Church next Sunday evening.  Special reference to local conditions.   Good Music.  .m.tftlm  Mr. R. Shaw is  borland a visit,  paying Onm������  John (Jillonplo was a paeiongor  by Tlitirfldny'u boat to Victoria,  Mrs. .I.Pikntloftby S.S.Cow.  ii'liiin, on Hunilaj' last fur Vaucoii.  v������r,  Mr, dan. Potior, Imd <ho mis-  fortuno to luoak his arm on Snn-  dny la������t-  Mr, R, Hwan, of Delimit) bland,  roturnw) homo by Satqrday'i bont.  APPLICATION FOR TRANS  FER OF HOTEL MCfcNOE.  Notico in horoby given that ono  month from dato I intend \o apply to the Hnporintondont ol i'ro-  vinelal Polico, Victoria, for an  Hotol Liconeo for tha I'alinor  Hotel Bituatod  at  Bayno Sound  J������w. 8. Day,  Datod 28rd day of Nov., 1U08.  Courtenay News.  Nov. 20���������Last Friday .evening  tho Mutual Improvement Socioty  hold a vory interesting spoiling  contest. Sides wero chosen by tho  leaders and the President, Mr,  Wm. Duncan, read out tho word*  from a list prepared by tho committee, Tho contest lasted over an  hour and nevoral acquitted thom-  sotvod nobly, At the ond of tlio  timo thoro still romiiined two or  threo on each Bide why had not  boon apolloil down. Among those  who gave a good account of them-  selves, Mrs. IC King, Master R,  Duncan, Mis* Dingwall and Olive  Hodgson won upocial distinction.  Preparations are boing made for  a very good programme for the  entertainment to bo held ou Friday evening, Doc. 4. It will be  open to the public, the admission  boing 2Bc, and 10c, for children,  Effort* are boing made to organic  a gymnasium in cmneetlon with  tho Society, It is thought that a  gymnasium properly fitted np and  mider proper management would  prove n source of much bonoflt hb  well as enjoyment to the young  folks of both sexes.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������   ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������      -*r-**99999  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh aud Salt Meats and Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R, Webster, Manager,  ���������wwm^rWWWw'w'e^twwww*ww*a*wm*ww  NOTIOE  o  94*9  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE Is horeby givon that  on* month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial police, Victoria for a  renewal of tho Hotel Licence hold  by mo for the Rivorsido Hotel,  aituntod at Courtenay B. G.  O, H. Fkuhn.kk  Dstod Ord dsy of Nov., 1003,  Calgnry, Nnv. l*> ...-Tin* fnmoiin  trial of D. McQI'dlcuddy, clmrgod  with having criminally libelled Jt,  O, Edwards, editor of the Eyo-  Oponor, cloiotl last night with tlic  conviction of McUillionddy, who  wan flnetl $100.  The jury found that the plea of  justification whs not bu������t*iiue<l,  They added n rider to their verdict that the jury, n* citizens of  Onlgnry, desired to place on record  their didupprovsl of the obseeno  jiterntnre, Illustrstions and  taeb  HIimiWHIHIIMII  Thos. Ll  Banks  Funeral Director and  Em-!  balmer  Hoursc       RnlMliiK    Re  newliiff ti Foundation*  Curcftilly Atten a   t������������  Cumberland, 1), C.  iinntmniwMitu  i  llko in the Eyo-Oponor, nnd suggested that the pa por bo suppressed in case-similar stuff bo printed  in tho future,  Tho Judgo decided tlmt eaoh  party should pay his own costs.  Tho judgo In his finding onntlnn-  od tho Kyo-Opontr against speaking objectionable litoratiii-o,  Tho dofwnoo nskod for a reserve  antfi nn InaMmneh ������* the jndpoloft  to tlio jury tlio deciding upon Uio  paint of jmtiflcMion,  John CnnhiTe will resume hie  evening clasBos iu mining nnd  steam engineering on Tuesday eve  nlng Nov. 8rd, inst, 7 p. ni. at his  residence Second Stroot, Oity, All  persons wishing to join may do so  by applying to abuvo at any timo  provioiis to above date; Syllabus  iind terms on application,  Cumberland B. O. Oct. 10th 1008.  ��������� *     ������������������ e *    ���������  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in their ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  tho printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO' THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  l������������������HM������������������M  AITLICATIOK FOR HOTEL  LKJUXCE,  NOTICE is bereby given that at  tiio next meeting of the Licenco  CuuiniUiluiicrti sit tho City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for aro-  nowal of the hotol lioonco held by  mo for tlio Cumberland Hotel,  situated on lot 1, blook 6, Cumberland tow nsi to.  DtAKA PlKOT,  Dated 10th, day of Nov. 1908,  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR  RAT.K AT THE Nkw* OFFICE-  85 cents per HUNDRED,


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