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 '/-.-���������  ' j^i-fA u  /A'tp*  /l v  ���������A'   Vi  V  DECS -1908  4  VICTORIA, *������''*  //  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS.  A Journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.,'   TUESDAY,  DEC   i,   1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  CHRISTMAS  ���������y*  Will soon be here ���������with nil  its pleasures and excitements  tor old and young and  THE  MAGNET  CflSfl/STQSE.  it     if"    ii wi^n/AW        ^S������rs*������    .       ,        .1 , -  Wvr^^tr^^^mM wgJS    is ready again to supply your  holiday wants with  a LARGE  and more UP-TO-DATE assorf-  r-c*53i>W-. mint  of TOYS,  XMAS    and  NEW   SEAR'S GIFT GOODS  timfZ* > ':,: ������������������ ��������� ". then ever before.  All Marked at Popular Prices.  To mako trading in our stoie during the holiday season nibre interesting, wo will present to everyone speudiug one dollar with us CASH or  CREDIT from Decani Genet* to Chr^na7IWTTioKrwHiWwiiri~ontitle~  you to a ohance of  FOUB SPLENDID PRIZES.  One of whicii to bo drawn for each Saturday evening and the last on  Xmas Eve.��������� All Tickets having a chauco iu all drawings with the txoep  tion of the ones winniug prizes, arranged accordingly.  Saturday, Deo. 5th, nt 9 o'clook���������One Savage 22 oalibra rifle,  take down  walnut stock. valued at $6 50  Saturday, Deo. 12th, at 0 o'clook���������Gent's flno silk umbrella with massive  gold baudle valued at 58.00  Saturday, Doc. 19th, at 9 o'clook���������Ladies' all ovor lace waist, lined with  boavy Taffeta Silk ,, valued at 810.50  Xmas live, Deo. 24th, at 10:30 p. m.���������Perfectly dressed, lifu like bride  doll valued at 811.50  BUY EARLY before selections aro broken and aeo you gat your tickets at time of purohase, ns tlu-y will not be issued after.  SIMON LBISER & Co., Ltd,  John T. Lidatoiie, Mgr. Cumlerknd Bra&oh.  We intend making a  Glean  Smeep  To moke more space iu our store���������MUST GO  AT ANY PRICE���������for every 50c. cash paid for anything aud everything you buy from us entitles you  to a ticket for Drawing New Year's Eve.  First Prize, Handsome Doll, value $10 00  2nd Prize, Afternoon Tea Set  value $8 50  LE. BATE,  Cumberland  fa  Another shipment of D, & A. Corsets just placed on  sale We have this well-known corset in different qualities in grey, prices $i.oo, 1.35, 1.50 and 2.00, No. 384 is  one of our bent sellers, bought direct from the factory, so  that price cannot be beaten if equalled elsewhere. It is a  model just auited for medium figures, with garters attached, price $1.00,  Exceptional Hosiery Values  Bought Direct from British Mills.  LndlHs' lll(iulv Ciitihmni'O Uoao (plain) good vuluu ut 35o.  OUR PRICE 23C  ladles' llUok lllbbori Hose, heavy wiut������r woifiht (All ".Vuoli  ONLY 35C. A PAIR  Boy ' 11������avy Ribbud Suliool linta, (1 te'd luiumi, will worn* like Iron  just wbiu hoys nooit, ono trUl will tHlxfy you thut they nro the rl|{ht kind  PRICE FROM 25C, A PAIR  Mnn'n llliiok CuBlimoro Half Iluuo ul 85o, a, PAIIt  Sao our wli.dow for M'KN'S and H0Y8' NWKATKIW, thu nobbiest, nuuort  moot, iu town ut LOWK8 f PIUQKS,   Yours for finality,  J. McPHEE 8c SONS,  Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, B. C.       mm.  ibimwui.'u-i...i ���������'���������yy~  ���������HIU. I-'.H."  L'g.i.WSBi't.JJ 1 til I'IM'lJII L,iU-Hl..iJJl.lJWBa  CUMBERLAND    FISH    MARKET   8  Will open up  business nn   Thursday  morning, December 3rd, in new building next  the News Office,   with  a  good supply of Live Fish.   Bloaters and Kippers   a specialty.   All  orders promptly attended to.  J. MESSENGER PROPRIETOR  nottwfwmwt      uiimtimmutt  SEATTLE EXHIBITION;  Seattle, Nov., 80,���������(Special to  the Nuws.)���������The Government ol  Canada will construct a building  itt the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition to be held in Seattle Juno  1st, to October 16,1909, inclusive, covering a ground ot! 300 by  160 foet,  Wm, Hutchinson, Canadian  Exhibition Commissioner, who is  now in London, has boun notified  by tho Canadian government to  leave for Seattlo as soon as possible to select tho site and mako arrangements for tho conutrnulioii  of tho building. Tt has boon  definitely known for somo time  that the government of Canada  would participate in the big fair,'  but this iB tho first ofllcial information regarding tho scope of the  plans,  In a letter to Presidont J. E.  Chilherg, Commissioner Hutchinson states tlmt it will not bo pon-  siblo for him to leave London boforo January 1, and requests the  exposition management to select a  site that would bo best available  for Canada, He also requests  ground plans of tho expositions in  order that tho outline of tho building may bu worked out ouJoro his  arrival in beattie,  Tho announcement that tlio  government of Canada will l������o wp.  resented on such a largo scale uh  the sir.u of tho sito desired indicates, has aroused general interest  throughout tho state of Washing-  ton, It is apparently the intention to mako a complete oxhlMtof  all tho varied resources of Canada  and tho building will also house  the dispUy from tho Yukon Territory, The space which it is proposed to cover will he the largest  occupied by any one building on  the grounds.  Tho mild cHmntio conditions of  tho Pugot Sound country���������Seattle never suffers from extremes In  heat or cold - makes it jwtiiible to  eoDitruct buildings in tbe winter  WE WANT MONEY  YOU NEED THE GOODS  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 $2o 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  mimmiunawttsiimiuuiiui  J.N. flcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND,B.C.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  dunsmuir Avenue        CUMBERAND, B. C.  without any great difficulties and  the Canadian government will  havo no trouble in completing its  exhibit Palace two months in ad-  vance of the opening of the fair if  the work is started in January,  There aro three available sites  that may bo used for the Canadian  building.    One is located adjoining Machinery hall on one sido  and the Forestry building on the  othor and overlooking Lake Washington.   Another is a large tract  next to the California stato building and also overlooking   Lake  Washington, and tho third is bo-  low tho geyser  basin  nnd at the  lower ond of the string of main  exhibit palaces, overlooking buth  Lako Washington and lako Union,  Tho choice of one of thoso threo  locations will be offered to Canada  through Commissioner Hutchison,  Ground plans and nil  the nocoss  ary data havo been prepared and  forwui'dod to him at London and  it is expected tho commissioner  will bo in shape to cull for bids  for tho construction of thc building within a short time aftor  his  arrival in Seattlo,  Tho Canadian exhibit will include a disjilayofits agrieultureaud  horticulture. Its mining resources  will bo bIiowji and special attention  will be given to dairying and  some of tho finest stock in the  world will be shown in this display.  In his letter Commissioner  Hutchison states that the work of  collecting the various exhibits has  been under way for several months  and the ontiro display will bo assembled three months in advance  of the opening of tho exposition,  son, silver butter knifo; Mrs. W,  Maxwell, silver sugar shell; Miss  Janet Gray, silver berry spoon;  Willie Coe, silver jewel case; Mr,  and Mrs. Ilobert Grant, jr. silver  fruit knives; Mr. and Mrs. Chas,  Grant, silver fish server; Mr. A,  Bellanger and Mr. R. Wobstor,  case of silver fruit knives; Mr.  and Mrs P. Acton, silver salt coll.  ars;.  The following is  the  list  of  presents received by Mr. and Mrs.  Murdock. on  the 25th anniversary of their wedding: Cumberland  Brass Band, oak cabinot of silver;  Mr. and Mrs. C. Parnham, silver  salt collars,; Mr. and Mrs. Wm.  Riley, silver moat fork;  Mr, and  Mrs Charles Segrave. silver sugar  shell and butter knife;. Mr,  and  Mrs. Robort Halcrow, silver sugar  bowl; Mr,   and  Mrs,  John   A,  Fraser, cut gLiss and silver biscuit  Jar; Mr, and Mrs, Jus. Walker,  silvor fern pot; Mr, and Mrs. J,  Gillespie, silver egg stand; Mr.  and Mrs,   D,   Stevenson,   silver  cuke and butter knife;   Mr. and  Mrs T, Huggart, silver breakfast  cruet;   Mr.   and Mrs,   William  Morryfiold, silver card   receiver;  Mr,   and   Mrs. J.   Kosloy,  cut  glass and silvor flowor vases; Mr.  George Tarbell,  silver   bon-bon  dish; Mr, and Mrs. H. Winning-  hain, oak and   silvor  butter dish  and knifo; Mr. nml   Mrs  T, McMillan, silver sugar shaker; Mr.  A, Swan, silver dinner knives; Mr.  Bring your job work early to  the Cumberland News office and  avoid tho Christmao rush,  Dr. Kerr, dentist will bc at Union Bay, from Nov, 2oth. to Dec.  5th, and until Doc, lilth. at Cumberland.  Teachor wanted for Minto  school, ai'tor Christmas Vacation,  Apply to N, Harvoy, Sec'y of  School Board, Cumberland post  oflico.  Repoat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my uuughs and colds."  Mr. and Mrs, O.  rived homo from  Wednesday's boat.  Parnham ar-  Victoria   by  ~o~~  ii, W, Clinton returned liy Wed  nenday's boat from   Victoria.  J. W.  Brydun  frnm Vancouver liy  bout.  arrived   homo  Wednesday's  -o���������  K������jieftt it:���������"Shiloh's Cum will  and Mrs,' Thomas Piket, silver iral"-���������?* ������"���������"������ "'J' ^ughsand colds,"  Vim'ow Mr nnd Mr*. Walter If nd-  NEW Dress Goods  **t*m*������*mt  ���������*������#-*���������������**"���������������*" *m* ���������*- r >r"������  i������*w r "m-**-* W"-rr-  Wo have decided to give nwny  tlie-follo-wing two Kxi'idlont IM-  zos to bo drawn for on Xmas Kvo:  FIRHT PRIZE  LADY'S KUH  VALU1C  $25.00  8KCOND PRI'/K-  GENT'H SUir VALUK   115.00  ���������   -,*r*  **  *umT' livery dollar���������0Mh~spent  at our More during December tu-  titlee you to a ticket.  We have just received .1 fine showing of Stylish   New  Dress Goods''of thc latest styles and colors.  A Urge consignment of grwUi cuitalilu fur ChriKtitias  Priifontn will iirrive b������-ie shout tlio 10th Hint., from  Htiotlnnd. Bi*o thoso before you dcoldi* on your Xmts  (Jiftn.  \$e sre al*o showing a splendid rau������c ol Sample  Puns which have just arrived. T������ay arc up-to-date in  style and quality,  wr\IVii   DELL-mLm    DrxUDt  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND, B. C, mtz&snmae&nwjfir**- wjg-.r  TOE ffEW.g, WltfflBmWm  ay-gyfj-j**  iii3 (iusteM Nets  "h  i������-;ued  Every   Tuesday  by  the  0omox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  Tin's pripr-r will not hold itself  ri*spon*-ib!e for the opinions of others, a* wny appear in its columns  [mm time to time.  TUESDAY,     Dew.    i.    1008  Pia^io Tuning, :  Mr. J. W. Go^i-d Practical  Piano Tuner, will pay Cumberland  and district a visit tsvjco a. year;  Those who want thoir pianos or  organs put in good repair should  re*-(irve their orders for him.  Leave orders at the News Office  Cumberland, B, C.  SALES AGENTS WANTED^  836.00 per week or 400 per  .cc-jit. profit. All samples, stationery, and art catalogue free.  We want one permanent agent  in this locality for the largest  picture and frame house in America. Experience jjnue.ces.sary.  Wo instruct you how to sell our  goods and furnish the capital. If  you want a permanent, honorable and profitable positiou, write  us to-day for particulars, catalogue and samples.���������Frank W.  Williams pinpatf-y, 1214 W*  Taylor Street, Chicaga, 111.  The Rev. Irl R, JBtycft)  pianati,  Al-  YER OF RQTEL UCKNCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  month from date I intend lo apply to (*];������ Superintendent of Provincial Polico, Victoria, for an  Hotol Licence for the Palmer  Hotel  situated   at   Payne Sound  ,(.-is. S. Day.  D'lVd 3rd day of Nov.., 19.0.8.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  bclorging to tho Wellington Colliery C'o'y., or from or off the land  i>. tho ii.'n'd Company, \\ ill bo pros-  fciited to the full extent of the law.  I<\   D. Little.  Snj'oi'intondimt  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  ���������ffor t-bene -:wieejfs I actually  had to ba fed like one feed* n  baby, because my hands aod  arms were so covered with  eczema that they bad to be  bound up all the time." ,  Tiiut is the experience pf ; Mi$s  Violet M. >IcSorley, of 75, Goto Strett,  Suult Sie. Mirie. Sfcc adds: "I  could not bold *poon nor forje. From  tinker tips tu elbows the dreaded disease  spread) my finder na'l, came off and my  flesh wns one raw mass. Tlie itching  and the paiu were almost excruciating.  1 had three months of this torture and  at onu time amputation was discussed."  "Zam-Buk alone saved my hands  and nrm*>. I persevered witli it and in  ihe end had my reward. To-day, lam  cuird tomple'ely of every trace of th������  di ended eczema, and I fervently hope  that sufferers from ��������� skin disease may  know of my case and tbe miracle  Zam-Buk has worked." "  . Zam-Buk is without equal for eczema,  ringworm, ulcers, abscesses, piles, cracked  hands, cold sores, chapped placw, and  all skin injuries and diseases.    Druggists  apd ttores at 50 cents a bo������, or pqst  free from Za in -Buk*"Co., Toronto,  foi  j sane pr;ce.Voti-are'warned  against  j dangerous subntitutes sometimes offered  1 as '��������� just asgopd."' .-...������������������      ���������  For J.909, rpady Nov. 15.1908,  bpst ever sent out, be&iitjfnl covers  in colors, fine portrstft'of ;Prof.  Hicks }n colors, all this old features and' several pew ones in the  hook. The beBt astronomical  ''Hicks Weather Forecasts." By  mail 85c,  on  news stands 80c  One copy free with Word and  Works, tho best $1, Monthly in  A?nerica. ��������� Discounts on almanacs  in quantities. Agents wanted.  Wprd and Works .Publishing  Co., 220lIocuBt Street, St., Louis  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  IvICENCR.  NOTICE is hereby given; that  one month from date X intend to  apply, to the Superintendent of  Provincial ', Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by tne for the Spring Inn Hotel,  situated on Coinox Koad.  John H. Piket  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1008,  APPLICATION FOU HOTEL  LICENCE.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  '������ NOTICE is-hereby/ given that  one wipnth f rorodate' I intend to  apply- to tliQv^nperintendent of  Provincial Police. Victoria tor a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for the Elk Hotel situated  at Coinox.  Geokgk Gr. Macdonald  Dated 87th day of Oct.,1908.  APPLICATION   FOE HOTEL  LICENCE.  Espimalt $ Nanaimo Ry  NOTICE is hereby given that  Mo. Every citizen owes it to him- ono month from dato j intend to  NOTICE is hereby given  that  one month from date I intend to  self, tphis fellows and  to  Piof.iapply to the Superintendent   of! apply   to  the  Superintendent of  Hicks to possess the "Hicks" fore provincial Police, Victoria for a Provincial Polico Victoria,  for  casts,���������the only reliable. renewal of   the    Hotol   Licence renewal of the Hotel Licence held  held by me for the Courtenay Ho- by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  FARM FOR ��������� SALE. Situated  at Parksville, twenty miles from  Nanaimo, on the road to Cumberland, five acres cleared, fruit bearing orchard, two acres, logs all  burned off, two acres slashed, good  cottage, lathed and plastered and  newlypain ted; chicken house and  corals, horse barn, and other outbuildings. Will sell cheap for cash  The farm consists of ten acres in  all, fronting on salt water, Apply  to Nelson Parks, Parksville Post  Office, B. C.  tel, situated at Courtenay B. C  Jons II. Johnston  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE. ���������'  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licenceheld  by mo for the Riverside Hotel,  situated at Courtenay 13. G.  O, H, Fkoiineb  Dated 3rd day of. Nov., 1008.  APPLICATION  FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given  that  one month from date we intend to  apply to  the  Superintendent   of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  transfer of the Hotel Licence held  by us for the Palmer Hotel situated at Bayne Sound to JamesS.Day  John R. Johnson  Thos.  Rivlby.  Dated 23rd day of Nov. 1908  situated at Comox. B. C.  J. B. Holmes  Dated 27th day of Oct.,1908.  POLLECIATE   SCHOOL  POR  BOYS  The Laurels  Belcher^Street  mmmmm.  Court of Revision  Appeal.  and  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C. Segrnve, Agent,  Cumberland  tV������{y    *%?*.^j  ���������r-t*A,:.*AiS',.lmtli^A**  t-  How a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money.  By indicating when oven is ready fop  baking. By cutting out the "peeping"  into oven, By showing on its face what  ia going on in the oven. By saving  "door-openiflg" heat.  By substituting  certainty for chance  in baking results.  "Sask-aita" range  thermometer was  tested for sis months  boforo ono rango was  sold. "Sask-alta"  thermometer is to  the housewife what  the compass is to the  ship captain.  A Court 6 Revision and Appenl under  thepi-OYisious of tbe "As>eHsinent Act"  reapeoting the Assessment Roll for 1009  for the Goninx Assessment District v. ill  be hold at the Court IIi-uso Cumberland,  o������ Thursday 17th. December 1908 at  eltven o'olock in the foreuoon.  ���������JOHNBAIRD.  Deputy Assessor.  Cumberland 27th. Nov. 1908.  ,������������������������������������������������.������������  Victoria, BC.  Patron  and Visitor,  THU LORD   BISHOP   OF  COLUMBIA  s. "City of Nanaimo.'  VICTOUIJi.���������CG"l������03S       SOTJTE  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. ra for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenj-fre.ght or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox and way pens  Leaves Coniox Thursday 7 a. m., foi  Union Bay Nanaimo arid way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a.  m��������� for  Union Bay Comox and  way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m.1, for  Victoria.  VANCOTTVER - NAIKAIMO - LADY  SMITH   HOUXE.  S. S.     "OOAN."  Sails irom   Vancouver  for   Nanmo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van Oliver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  Head Master  2OTDIC^TION-FORTH0TE37  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  0110 month from date we intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by ns for the Nelson Hotel situated at Union Buy.  Fkabkb j. Bishop  Dated 3rd day of Nov., 1908.  Tb&IBKSTtN  Ask your 6 wocew for it.  T  APPLIOATION  FOU HOTKL  ���������     LICENCE,  NOTIOE in horoby givon thnt  ono month from dato 1 intend to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  ronowiil of thu Hotel Licence hold  by me for tlio Union Hotel, situa  ted at Union I). 0.  Sambki. C. Davis  Dated 27th day of Out., 1 DOS.  APPLIOATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  ono month from dato I intend to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Proviiciul Tolice, Victoria for a  renewal of Hotel Licence held by  me for tho Wilson Hotol, situatod  at Union Buy,  .Tno, ITt!MHutv.y,  Dated this 3rd day of Nov., 1008.  J. W. LAING, ESQ.,   M. A.,   OXFORD  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recog-  li^a'UnirffHitiesTSi'GrcatrBritBin-and-eanv  ada.  Moderate terms tor boarders,  Property cons'stu of five nerbn with Rpaei-  ious school buildiuas, exlfiiaivo rocreatin  grounds, uymi a t-iuui,      Cadet corps org! u  APPLY TO HKA1) MASTER.  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO -JCOMCS:  UNION.  "S. S. Queen City" (C.P.R.)  Lea3 Vancouver, Sun day, 7 pm Ar  rives at NaDamio, Sunday, 11 -,. n-.  Le?ve* Nanaimo Monday, 3 a.m.. Arrives at Union, McDday, 11 a. m. Arrive  nt Comox, Menday,Al -j. m.  Leave Com ux, Monday, 7 p. m.   Arrive  lfr-W'^,t"H,'l,-l'*JHl-^*frfW'''t'i,''l^*lHlwl',l'  "STAR' *  APPLICATION   FOR HOTKL  LIOENOE.  NOTICE is horoby (riven thnt  one month from date I intend lo  apply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  riMfewul of tho Hotol Licouco held  by nui for the Lorno Hotel situated at Comox 11, (!,  Flohhnok Many Cmkfr  Dnted 3rd dny of Nov,, 11)08,  Union  Motel  Maxwell & Hornal  Proprietors.  iwrwiw-iufi nam 1 ������������������������������������������������������miwwii win 111  ���������StEAMSTEKS   and D1UVMEN  TSINCil.E   ami, DOUBLE   Ul(,S ,  I For    HIRE.        ALL   OKDEKST  .pKOMl'TLY   ATTENDED  TO I  13rd St, Cmutmrlaid?  f^-l,it,^l'''W^I"W,4HWwi,'I"W*M,*ii  O. H TARBELL  'Andall KITCHEN  UTENSILS'  at Union, MondayTTTpTmT  Leave Union, Tuesday, 5a. m. Arrive  al Nauaimo, Tuenday, at 11.30 a. m.  iieuves Nauainio, Tuesday, afc 1 p. m.  Arrive at Vanoouver, Tumday, at 5 p,2i-.  Onlliug at "Way Ports when freight and  passengers (.tier.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 1907,  NORTHBOUND���������Read    Town  PaBserogei Traini  Daily '    Sunday  [Stations, No. I      i Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  Viotorin,  HuHtoJs,  Shawnigati,  ii  Onlilile Hill,  ODwiolinu,  link si lab,  Uuncftii's,  SiiiiieiiiiH,  \VenUiolnip,  Olitmiuiriuf,,  Laiiyinnitli,  Smitli Weliiufjton,  Niinamm,  VVulliuuton,  Do. 0,00 Do. 15 00  0.0-1 15.04  10.17 10.15  .     JO.22 10.18  lO.-IO 10. K0  10.48 10.41  10.5U 10.47  11.00 10.68  11,07 17.10  11,13 n.'Ai  U.W 17 38  11,57 17.S3  I'J,18 18,10  VJ.'M 18,30  ArlS.M AH8 45  a-CXTDBL   C     33AVI3,      IPnoPKiBT.  KtiKlUli 4 x HU11TON nlwttyn on tip ������l������o, tbo Umouu MILWAUKEE  ^KKHS-AMlien.or, lkbumltm, SuhliU, Ao. ������'OLD IlliKV UKAHI)"  SCOTCH WHIMKY.        Bait Winei and Liquors of aU Id ode,  'i'drt itouHinp mid T.oilp-infr tl(i*<iiirtmi*tit, undor th* minidditte ottpiinntnadouaa of Mm  Davu, will bs iouhu Vir������t*o1u������ iu every rtipuot.  Sportsmens Goods  unci  General Hardware  RATES���������  al.oo p������r d������y upwnrdt.  SClaiy's  19pm T������ftntt,Mon(r������Bl,Wln������JMl,V������MtDW.������-4������������<������. hamWae,Cal$An  Z H* Tarbell, Local (Agent  ?*#*W^������������*������*������������**������-?������**f ���������$*** 'Vm'W'W'wWw'w'w***W'mW?*'*'*?  tt*  BEDS  BEDS  BEDS  A large consignment of Iron Beds, ranging in price from  #5 to ������30���������all nizes.  \Vc liavc just opened up n emtf of Toilet Wnr^. A fine  assortment nt popular prices.  Another couKiguingnt of China Cabinets nud Dressers nnd  Stands expected by next bont.  The Right Price  furniture Store,  J. H, COLLINS |  When in OraliBrland  CT-V7  AT TITO  VEJVDOMK.  WT   Aw, I'osvixitisci't run fluwn*  inn i!t/\u tr, >i\,i 11,,,.,, ���������iiu  Best Liquors and Ci|;ars  BHAMBRKG & WILSON   Prop  FOU SALE.  One 8J liorco power Gnsolino  Engino, complete, with rovorsing  cliifcli. nUo propeller and shaftinfi,  For particular* apply lo 0, Uvant^  No, a  No. 4  Ar, IS,0������  18. Si1  12,02  18,51  10 M  17.H3  '.0.48  17.HO  ID 41)  17.'-"J  10.15  17,OH  10,00  17 O.'l  10 l)l>  111.58  U.47  lllUt  0.U7  111 3*2  D.ifl  lil.'i'l  Da, ll,(ID  Do.  15 hii  Ar. 8 &0  Ar.  15,48  S.'JB  16, t!7  8,1/1  15 15  De. 8,00  Do  13,00  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up,  Victoria,  liimai Ih,  Shuwi igan,  ii  Col.Wiillill,  t'l.willllllll,  Eol.mliili,  Dunciia'-,  Suiiiiiiiin.,  Wcatholiiio,  ClicmiiiiiUH,  Liuijiiiiuh,  it  Himili Wrllingtnn,  Nftuaiino,  Willlugtuu,  Thoumnd MI'e ,nu1 Commutation Tir-  lects on *nlc, nood ovt'i mil ami sti'.ii,,et  lines, ut twn itnd one-hull cents ptr milo.  .Special trains and steaimirs for ENcur  siom, and ieduced file* fnr patties mny  be 111-rnnned fni on application to the  Dist  Toss. A(-ent at ViHoria,  'Ihe Coni|iiinv reserves the titjlit tn  chniiKO without prevums notice, Meanim-i*  mailing tiiiiei and hours nf sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sule fnim nnd to  *������ii:'..-.i������.������������,b *'-���������* ���������'������������������������������������ ;������������������'��������� *:���������,"���������"-  nvday -ind   Sundiiv, r^ttirrnim nnt mici  hitn Mondny,  1, W. TUOUl', 0������������. Sup. B.O. C<m������t Ser,  fl. h, COUHTNKV, Dl������t- Prt. tlui, Ag,  OO YBAR������'  IXPBRItNCE  fWii* Ink" tlinm-jH M������nn  rftdittnittlii, williou*.cnnrio.  Taaoc Marks  DCBIQNd     >  QoriniiMia Aa.  I  z  K*it\-tt-jmt*nu,  en Ala. t- *'"  lutM  1***11*  im rntttti, without tnmita, tu tt*  Scientific nmtm. mymrnt  ������W*������n������mmi4miHnws**m(M*<������������������a  THE NEWS, CUMBERUANt), BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  ajtf  wjk^mNm  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  Tlie UNION BREWIiUGJCo.,  NanaimolB. C  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  cotcfi Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Accents for B C  NOTICE  Every Monday and  Friday I  wille    in town   to deliver Fresh  Butter^and all kinds ofVegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes;  will  "Seirclleap;   "'"    ~~~~     "~~~~~~"  Chiu Yeuk,  j)7 Sandwick.  1  ������nd Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  It you like to read of tb* experience! of  onjlori, shooter* and campers or yaentlOR  or if you are Intereated In country We, a������\  your nemdcsler for ForMl ������n������ Strum.  or write for tree specimen copy, or send  iyeni/-flve cants for four weeks', trill trip.  IWj������ nnd SW������*m I* a torje llluitrited  weekly lournil, which eootilna ibefollowlng  dcpirimentsi  Gams BM mi* G������n,      N������to������l Rlsterjr,  Sen ������n>l Kiver FliKlnj, VaohllniL  Tlm Spnrltman Tourist. C&ttotinJ.  Rifle nnd trap, KmimI.  XV* send free our catalogue of ihe best books  on outdoor life and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  546 litouiwty. New York City.  Vehicles. Implements.  Incubators, Etc  Etc.  1). Hunden  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  I"M������M-*m������M������M'������  Priees   aud  Quality  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co. ^  H. S. R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������ C.  See B. C. Bmcle, Agent, Cambeplond, B. C.  ;;Cumberland Livery \\  iiamTFeed, Stable...   ::  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  APPLICATION FOU TRANS.  PEliO'PIIOTELLTCENOE.  ;:  FIRSTS CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   wood  ���������> _ _  and Coal  t Hauled  4  a e  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  the  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  ot per������  Bona���������axoapt lain crow���������iu strictly  prohibited,   Employees f.re sub-  iec to dismissal for allowing earn*  Uy ordor  Francis D. Limn  Manager.  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  -AND-  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  Synopsis  of  Canadian  Regulations  Homestead  We have confidence in the  Oxford Chancellor range.  It looks well.  It wears well.  It gathers new friends  wherever it is known.  It embodies every useful feature of modern range  constructions.  Therefore it should be  in your home.   .  This is our claim. We  rely on the test of experience  Ask the woman who has one.  It's hard to tell you all  its good features oven in a  -Jieart-to-bearHalk-liko���������tliisT"  out yonr dealer handles it  and he knows, ask him.  Notico is hereby given that at  tho next sitting of tho Hoard of  Licouco Cojunilsfionors for tho  City of Cumberland J inliMid to  apply for a transfer of Hotol Licouco now hold by mo on block 8  lot 5 Cumberland Townnito t  Wilnou &, Brnifiberg.  J. It. Uan.vkjiman.  Pitted Sopt., aUth, 11)08.  ���������LAXU    l*l-:{il6TUX    ACT."  Dunsmuir Avcuue  CUMHERLAND,   I). 0  >i.>|������|ny.i|������l������|w|������i|.^������|������|.^[.>|..j[������|.iy������|<^������|i.|wyi  Woo&'b Phcspbodiao,  The Greet iieolw*  Remedy,  '1 ohm nnd Jnvlrforaton.tliu wholo  on* pebtlit  potuUney, atnetin  fflST "  unit  nukoa  new  olrtjyoljii, V/tret Ayrp-  i, Attain,  tn������(tljll',���������l.,ir.m. i���������������������������mm,.,-, ...m .  orrhm,(iHtiKiTeeti ef Muster Jireusei,  'tohttn*. .mitinUiti*',  orryjies.  ^,H)itr.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Now growing Id onr Nurseries  for tho Pnll U de:���������  00,000 Ponoli, Ajn-leof, N������.otarlnes, Cher-  ry, Plum, I'muo, I'onr and Apple  ���������In nil leading vnrlotioa  100,000 Small Fruits.  10,000 OrnnmoofAl Tree*, in all leading  vnrietlos (or B, U.  Strictly homo grown nml not mibjeot to  dmiuigo from fnmigntlou,  Stook of Hulbs to arrive in August from  Jnpnn, I'rniioo and Holland,  Hue Supplies, Spray Pumpe, Seeds, Etc.  140-pngo CATALOGUE FRKH.  ������llporJiiHt.iilsffirBa. Oii������wlllpi������Me.c,x  I euro, Sold bf nil dnifffftnu or mailed tn  n iifcnr. on Mflolnt of nrioo, New nam* Uti  pim  Vtmtriy  Ip tbo mutter of an application  for a  dupllonto certificate of ti-  'A,,h,   p,���������   ,;,ia���������K.,,CHcro     Cilj^^^^^^A^^  Section 17. District of Coinox. ��������� ������������������ .. -��������� ���������   Gtwfc's Cottw Umt Compound.  Tbe ttreet tttwlrp Tonlr, und  wil*/ mis oiroutur.1 Monthly  iileuulfttorpri which woui-jn ono  iOd-*sroi**������tro&eor.|0i No.*  far miuolu,eases, u por box.  Bold iiy alt dr^Mits, or mU  prufiMid on rwSTpr, ������if rn*l������*������.  -.-���������-���������-mmmrmmi j hm l ,itmm**mmi*****lrmimi**nmm*mm*m  Post  Oreanbouiei, Seed Bouses and  Office Addrois,  SOlO WBBTMINBTZE EOAD,  Vancouver,  B.C  Notico in licroby givtni thnt It  Is my intontion nt tho expiration  of one month from datwof the flrst  publication hereof to U*ne a Duplicate Certificate of Title to a-  bovo land insued to thoTrnitees of  Uio Comox School Pietrict on the  00th January 187*1 <M������4 nwifiboiocl  HI**  ������. V. WOOTTOK,  Tlegi*trar4Oon������wl.  Poled &J*, 22nd, 1008,  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    Life  t*^*"*^������������'*^"������"MWWWWSMISISSB|SW|IM>l|MWS  For IHy; Reductions for  Fire Insurance call and set  rate* before tonurinjj.  Wesley Willa#d  Agent forthe Royal  of Liverpool.  When In Courtanay Stay at  Tl'.c Courtenay 11 old  IS very convenience forgueiti.  Tha Oontinl HoUl for iportsmon  None but the Deit of Winei snd IJquon  Auysvailable Poraioiou Lands within  tlw Rnilwny Bolt iu British Columbia,  piny Do lioraestondotl by miy person wlio  is tho sole head ot n family, or nny mole  over 18 yenrs ot ngu, to the extent of one  quarter seotion nf 160 nores. moro or less  Entry mu������t be made persounlly nt the  looal land olllae for tbe distriot ia trhiok  the land is situnto. Entry by proxy  mny, however, bo mndo on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, dnugh-  ter b"othor or sister of and mtondlng  homestendor.  The homeetonder is required to perform  the oonditious ooimected therewith  under ono of the following plnns;  i (1) At least six months' residence upon  nml cultivation of thn lund in ench year  for threo yonrs.  (a) If tho father (ov mother, if the  fathor is dooensed), ot the homestentler  resides upon n fnrm ip tho vicinity of the  lundentoroil for, tho revnlri'inoiits ns to  residence mny be satisfied by suoh porson  reniiliog with the father or mother.  (II) It tin settler hns bis pormmiont re-  Hltloneii upon fnrming Innd owned by  him hi tbo vioinity of his bomestoud, the  requirements ns to rosidenoe mny be nnt.  fled by residence upon the snld Innd.  HI.t months' notioe in writing should  be given to the Commissioner or Dominion Lnuds nt Ottawa of intention to np  ply for pdtont.  OoAi,.���������Conl mining rights m������y ba  oaiod for a period of twenty-one yonrs  nt nn nnnunl ronliil of $1 pi������r imre. Nnt  moro thnn 8,6(10 norm sliull be iontod to  one individual nr oomiiuiiy. A royalty  nt the rnto of five oent* per ton shall be  oollootod on tbe mcrohnnliihlo conl niiimil  W. W. COKY.  Heputy of the Minister of the rtitorfnr  N.n.���������Unnuth(irlzod publiontlon of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  r  NEW YORK"  CLIPPER  II THI IRtATMT  THEATR/C4L | SHOW PAPER  IN THI WOULD.  $4,00 Pit Yur,   SligliCopMOCtJ.  IWtmO WRRRbT.  8ampui Oopy Nil, ���������  FMNK OUEEN PUD. CO. (IM),  ������Bfiff������ ������w.SE8f������SVS������n.  For Sale in Cumberland  by T. E. BATE, .,  Magnet Cash Store*  Notico in horoliy given that Thirty  Dnyn nftm* (Into 1 Intimil to apply to  Uio Honourable Phinf f.-oinmimxinrw  of l������indH nnd Works for n License to  prospoct fnr conl nnd petroleum un-  ili'i* tlio foiTshon- nnd unilor tho wntor on tbo lands in and oppnsllo Vnl-  iIch Isliuid, HnywiH-d District, Nrllish  ('nliiiiililn.  Coiiiiiiniii'liig nt n post ivJitntoil on  tlio Hint lioncli nt thi' S',W, corner of  f'a|iii .Mudga liwlinn Hcwivo post,  Valdi's IhIiiikI, Sayward District;  thmiro duo f-Iiint PO i-lmhift; thenre  dun Sontb fit) clminK; thonco dun  Wmt HO cIhiIiin; tbnmv duo North HO  chnins to plnco of rnmni<->nrcmi-nt.  DntPd thle attli flay of Novcinlmr,  1U0H.  MA THA .1 \NH i'KTKST.  PV PrloHt. At-rnt.  Notice U Imroliy ijivon tbnt Thirty  Diiyn of I or dato I Intond to npply to  tlm lloiioiiriil.il' Chief (-(iintiilMiiiiiior  nf 1,'iiuli nnd Win-!.!* for a Llivnsn lo  proHMi'i't, ,'or conl nnd pctnilnum un-  il<-r tlm followlriH <loNc-ril������i������) hiwls slf-  unti' In Siivwnrit D'slrli-t Hi-Hlvh  i niiiiiiiiia.  !'''������������������ if ���������!���������< y-y  .il   .:   (i ,.,,l   i,l���������nl\y)    ,iC  tlic ST. enrnm* nf Tiinlicr b'liM* No.  ���������HI; 1|ioncr> tlnri M'fA 10 rluilnn! thonco  dm' Nmili ;',,'! liiiiiis; ilicuco elm* Kimt  JO i-IuiIiim; thi'iii-' t'f Soulh .'tO  rhnlriH tn plnco nf f'l'iiiiiiciiciHiii'n'  IfloK.  TIOV PTUKST,  *K. Prlrst, A(r<*nt  Notice is hereby given that Thirty,  Days oftor dato 1 intend to apply to  tho Honouratle Chief Commiseiojjor  of Lands and Works for a License to  prospect for conl and petroUaua under tbo foreshoro and under the water on the lands in and opposito  Valdes Island, Sayward District, .British  Columbia.  CowHitmcing nt a pout planted on  tho sea beach li miles southerly from  tho N.W. corner of Cape Mudgo Indian Reserve post, Valdee I^Ia-nd,  Sayward Distriot; thonce duo west  80 chains; thenco duo south 80  chains; thonco duo oast 80 chains ; <  thence duo north 80 chains to plaoo  of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of November,  1008.  JOHN' Johns.  E. Priest, Agvnt.  Notico is horoby givon that Thirty  Days after (Into 1 intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a License to  prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foreshore and under tho water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Say-ward District, British,,  Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted on  tho sea'' beach 1 mile southerly from  the N.W. corner of-Cape Mudgo. Indian Reserve post, Va.ldes Island ;  thenco due West 80 chains ; thenco  duo South 80 chains; thenco duo East  80 chains; thenco duo North 80  chains to place of commencement.  Dated this SK3th day of November j  1908.  B. PRIEST.  ,  Notice Is hereby given that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for n. License to  prospect for conl nnd petroleum* under the foreshoro and under tho water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Sayward District, British  Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted or.  the sea beach at tho S.E. corner of  Cape JTudge Indian Reserve poet.  Valdes Island. Saywurd District, and  loing also thi* S.W. corner of L.167;  thonce due South 40 chains; thence  clue East 80 chains; thence due North  80 chains; thence dtic West 10 chains  more or less to High Water Mark on  sea beach; thenco South Westerly  along snid sea heach to place of  commencement.  _IMM.^ikia_JJliLli-j[lfl*-Qf-NavcinborY--  1908.  PAXXIK AT.  MACCOWAN.  t> T'i. Priest, Agent.  Notico is hereby given that Thirty,  Duya after dato I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissionor  of Lands and Works for a License to  prospect for .conl and petroleum under thc fpllowinR described hinds and  undor tho foreshore and undor thu  water on tho lands in and opposite  Valdos Island, Sayward District, British Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted on  tho son beach 1 mile southerly from  tho N.W. corner.of Capo Afwise Indian Reserve post, Valdes Inland,  Sayward District; thonco duo Eaat  70 chnins moro or loos to a post on  tho extreme Rastorn boundary of tho  said Tndinli Roservo; thonco duo nouth  80 chnins along sold Postern boundary of Indian Rosorve; tlience duo  Went 70 chnins; tlience due North 80  chains to place of coirunonconiwit,  Dated this 2Uh dny of Novcmhor,  1008.  ROY MACOOWAN.  Ei. Priest, Agont.  Notice is hereby givon that Thirty  Dnyti nftor dato I Intend to apply to  the Honourable Chiof Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a I/iccnso to  prospect for coal mid petroleum un������  dor tbo foroshore and undor tho tra-  lor on tho lands iu and opposite Valdes Island, Wayward District, . British Columbia.  Commencing ������t a post planted on  tho hen beach at the N.W. corner of  Capo Mudnn Indian H-wivo pout,  Valdes Island, 'Siiywiuvl District;  tbouci) dun Wost *i0 chains: thmicoduo  aouth Hi) chniiiR; th-wn duo Rust-10  chains; thenco dun North fl<"> chains  to filncn of rnniniencfiniirit  Dntod this SJOtlt dny of November,  LOOS.  MAX,  M U'C'OWAN.  10. Priest, Agent.  Notico Is hereby given tbe I Thirty  Ihiyi nftor date 1 Intend to apply to  tbu TlonouriUilo Chief ComiiiiSKlonor  of I .nods umt Works for n I.lconso to  prospoct for coal and pet ro leu in under tbe following d������ncrltic<������l lands situate 1n Sayward District nnd being  I..  71,    Qiilritvnin    Hivor   Indian TUi-  WTV.i,  t'oinmenrlng nl the North Wost  comer if suit! Kohi'I'vc; thoi.oo duo  Must lo rhalns moro or let* to thn  Nortli 1-i.tiit corner of mi id Hotwrvo;  Minor,. (|i:,. Soutli .11 chnlim more or  |i>h������ io tlie Soutli Kasi eornor of Mild  Unserve; lliiiiuti duo Went I't chaina  irinr,* or linn to the Snulli \\'t*ti corner of snld Id'H'Sii mi Uuimiiun Hiver; tlnncn Nortli l-Imderly along  Uirinniiin  Hiver   to the North   West  Pnl'f"-  tit   IMni'lx'n  '*li>".'   . ' ������������������!���������*.,,,-...*.rr.  ment.  /,.,;.. ti,,s ������'./iii nu,'. ui .S������iw<mner,  10OS.  (ILIVIA PIUNST  K. Priest, Ag*n������.  nt the bar.  HATES  REASONABLE  t-m*m*mr*.-twirim  John Johmton,   Pro.  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  FOU BALK  Jereoy bull calven from firnt  prlro stock.���������Apply to Win. Dun-  enn, Sandwick.  km* tmMinmifMi ������������>������������n  OLD  NEWSrXrEY^ [Til;  8ALB AT THR Nftir* OI-TICE"  S5omt������perUUKDREO.  NSW**  m**m*a*m*%*  Notice Ih linroly irl .-un that Thirty  Tht*,-* ntier ,\tt*e | Intend to apply to  the ITonoiirnble <*hlef Cnminlwlnner  nf Lini'ls in,.I Woi*l*������ for ii Lien.*** to  prom������������rt f<ir cni| and petroleiitn un-  ll ; ll,.: ,\ '���������',,.'.. i .. ili - i lU'il liin-l'i i*i* -  mile in Nihil,nl District, Untith  Ciiluinliln  C'linriH'iii'niT et n pii>.t pbi'iteil nt  thn cnreer of !..>* '',������l. nn lh<> South  t.fnmdirv nf ntid I,"t M; thi'Tieo i������m������  f'ne.th 'M rtinlriS; f*n*;-*yt do,- WV*wt  flO rhiilrw m<ire nr I���������%������������������*��������� *n ������������n *-.*,.i'*>h  Kir-t corner of Quln- un T������'������-ir In-  ll'nn T'werve t^,* m*; frm-mim  Norih ,*ll rb.iiiiv; Mie.-rn .|.'.. ft'*' !b)  IHiiilns fo tifser* ttt fotwtwnew������������  I F������iif������J this 9*������lh dny at N,ovetntin>,  10W.  .���������ons; .TrmN������  f ' t*'.. Vrtt-*t. Atrrnf,  Niiti'-t*  t*  lii'l-i'dv   in,.'i   tl*,'    'Hurl.-  Ims*. ii it.-I- il.ito | intend to jpply lo  the Honoiir.iH * Chief (.'omniissioner  of LniulH mi I Works for it t/io-tiHe to  pro������|ieci for conl mid petroleum under tho fiillou'inir dei^riltcd landi* and  under the foresborr nnd uivlir tlm  water on the Iniii's in and opposite  Viildnt f'.liind, H*ty* .ii--' f������*' "-'���������, D*i  jtlMl  CiiIkmiImii.  I f*������tiint������������iu*ing lit n po'.t I'tuiiUil mi  i the .**'ii tviic'i. ti niil*** ' ���������>��������� iV-rl' ft "in  tlm N.W. I'nrner of Co pi- ifudwe In*  dian 'IU"*-r������e t>o������.t, VnHr. Iilnid,  Hiiynunl DiKlrirt Ihi-m-.t ,Ain l"a*<i.  70 chulriH mire or !i*s lo t. |.o������t te  ing the V.Wi corm.r of l��������� Irt'. "Is**  th������    l-:������*t������-rn   iMitimlnrv nf mid no\**  !*f'l*tgi*      tnit..VH    He* ;���������-.������������������.   ���������,'.���������������������������..*���������     d"-  mnnlb HO rhnfn*- 'hm- ifu*- **.'i***l    "  1**10 dii-tlni:  thenre ���������>���������     S .,<'���������  no   A't-len  Ut 'iliic--. i f r*r)ir**-"f i.**'-rn--i*.t.  Unteil tWs 26th d.������>  i.f S*tx,*r,'*r,  torn  Itm  i'i������iK4iT  IL t'rmif. Ag W THE NEWS, CUMBERLA-MP, BRITISH COLUMBIA
$m*aA"m'mte'-m * <m' i.a   i i <>v*
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
| QUALITY   STORE.
Stoddart, the Jeweler.
People generally���
tell each other about the
good things.
That is how the merits of
/BOVRIL*
���       hi-
have become so universally
known, ���Bovril' is a
good thing, lt is all the
nourishment of pome beef.
APPLICATION FOR HOTEL
LICENCE.
NOTICE is hereby given that
at the next mooting of the Licence
Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, we intond to apply for a
renewal of the hotel licence held
by us for tbe-yendomo Hotel, situated on lot 5. block 3, Cumberland townsite,
"Wilson & Biumbkeo.
Datod 10th. day of Nov. 1908.
��, 1SAKA,    PROPRIETOR
FOOT BALL'NOTES.
Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made  to  Order
from $20 to ��35    AU Work First Class
Perf e t Fit Guaranteed.
UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd
Week-end service   between Vaucouver,
Naoil.-iiq, Union, Oomox, by  the
pteol Clyde built twin wieivr
steamer "COWICHAN"
Sailing as under���
Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm
Arrives 'Nanaimo,  Saturday  12 p m
Arrives Union, Sunday (j a iti
Arrives Copaas,   Sunday 8 a m
RoturtiuR:���
Leaves Coinox, Sunday 4pm
Leaves Union Sunday 5 ji o��
Arrh^_NariaiiMi^MtoJi���tiS___
TS
The Mixtures & No. 5 faced
each other for ihe fourth time on
Saturday in the final oi the Cum
herland and District cup.
The Mixtures played the same
as did duty in the last game. No
5 had one change, Russell playing for Connor':;.
-���jfo���5-agai jH os t-the���toss-and-
kicked off toward the top goal,
{ifter two ljrinutesplay W. Clarke
put No. �� one up by beating
Walker.with a shot close in. This
early reverse seethed to put some
Vim into the Mixtures for a
time, and they kept No. 5,, defense busy. They forced the defense to give away several corners, but they could take no advantage irom them. Play of a
give and take nature followed
No. 5 seemed to have a better
grip qf the game and held tbe
upper hand until half time was
palled.
After a few minutes respite the
the teams commenced again, No,
<5 forwards soon made tracks towards the Mixtures goal, aud B.
Reese put No. ��j two up with a
goodBhoi from about 30 yd'sout
Tbe Mixtures custodian seemed
to he deceived with thc ball, as
ho made no effort to save until
it wus too late. This second reverse seemed to take the heart
put,of the Mixtures, as they did
not put the samo vim into tlieir
play, n�� they did iu the previous
games. The g.'iiiH* now seemed as
good nr, won, ns both to;\ms were
taking it easy. Rain commenced
to fall about fi fit-en minutes from
time, ami made the ground very
slippy, aud spoiled the play lo a
ceita'in extent, No, 5 uuiinUined
their lead until time was called,
when they retired winners hy
two goals to nil.
Tlie winners ure a well bul-
JiH.cl team asui deserved their
win '*'' u di'y';.- :ilnv.
Tney play the more up to date
V��ai;u* nnd there *u<-*in,s t>'< he 11
t;"t��il iimli'i'jt.'iuding among the
pi tvers. Uut sonic of their play
f.ln ace iiK.111.eu io ue n ii ���..'����.
rou:.'h unU witn tneir hist kuow-
IHi;"* of tlw game and for the
P, 0. Inspector Fletcher arrived hy last Wednesday's bo^t and
requests that any one having P, O.
orders in the office at time of late
fire, and not since hearing of them,
will please communicate with post
master at Cumberland.
Court Domino I. 0. E. held a
special meeting in the l��,ofP. Hall
on Monday evening md initiated
several new members into the Order. After the initiation ceremonies refreshments were served, after which several songs and
speeches were gone through. A
most enjoyable time was spent.
A A A A A A A. A A A A A A ^A A A A A m.
1WWWW WWW w w* w
I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.
Oavital, 83,900,000
JisauRVK, $4,300,000
Abbetb,   $46,400,000
Deposits, $33,700,000
Money Orders   " "��,
Rates.
tH and under        -      -      ��� 3 Cents
Over  $5 nnd not exceeding $10 6 Cents
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 Cents
Over $30 and uot exceeding $G0 15 Cents
Theso Money Orders are payable without cost in any J Chartered
Bank iu Canada.
Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.
t
9
APPLICATION FOR HOTEL
LICENCE.
NOTICE is hereby given that at
the next rneetiug of .tlie Licence
Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I intend to apply for a renewal of the hotel licence held by
tne for the Waverly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 3, Cumberland townsite.
.RicHARD Cok.
Dated 10th. day of Nov. 1908.
Arrives Vancouver Mouday 7 a in
Stage leavon(Union for Cumberland every,.Sunday momi.'ij-f on arrival of "OOW-
IOBAN;" and leaves Oumiierlaad Hqt��l
at 1 pm, ponnectijig with steamer nt
Usiou.
FOR SALE���A Ford Auto
Car in first class condition, about
15 horso power;' complete with
lamps and four new tires; has also
good strong batteries. Price $500,
A��� snap,��Apply ta___J3efirga
Bauasky, Nanaimo.
 4t* :	
Repeat it:���"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my cotigluand colds.'
Funeral Director  and  Em-
balmer
| ooMoseowoaraaea?^!
'' tu-vrf*i��r tt  F��uiHlatlo����
WANTED,���Agent to represent
mercantile firm on commission.
Big money for good worker. Apply
International Credit Bureau Co.
Manning Chambers, Queen St.
West, Toronto.
���  o ��� * ���������
Repeat iti���"Shiloh's Cure will
always cure my coughs and colds."
���������o '-���
Mr. Fred Aitken aud Mv.! A,
G. Slaughter, 'have started a
butcher busiuesa, on Dunsmuir
avenue.
���    '���' O'      ���   * - -
Repeat it:���"Shiloh's Cnro will
always euro my eouglu and colds."
APPLICATlQNTfOR WHOLESALE LIQUOk 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 renewal of the wholesale, liquor.' licence held by me, situated on lot
8, block 2, Cumberland townsite.
Cjali Mdssatto
Dated 10th. day of Nov.  1908.
APmH'floT^oF^OIEL
'���LICENCE'.
HNT0T-IGE-is-hereby-gu-en-thaLal
the next meeting of the Licence
Commissioners of the City of Cumberland,! intend td apply fora
renewal of the hotel licence held
by me for the New England Hotel,
situated on lot 3, block 3, Cum-
berland townsite.
Titos. Dwyer.
Dated lOth. day of Nov. 1908, .
A. B. NETHERBY,   M*�����K*-      <���
k"    A IH A      Merchant
IX.   /ilUn      TAILOR
LADIES' TAILOR.AfADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY
SUITS DQflDH TO   OflfcBH fiftD
IN ANV STVLtH YOU OUStf.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Prices From $20 to $40*
CUMBERLAND,
B. C.
Oe������$9-$-��a0$O938t-3S9&S
fRtght Price furniture Store\
-�����
"We are now showing parti<iulnr values In Wall Paper, 1909 patterns
Linoleums, Lnro Curtain*, RoR-?i Blankets and Comforters. A
full line of Sideboards, Buffetta, Chin-. Onbinete, Dressers and
Stands, Music Cabinets, and many other articles of exceptional
values as Xmas presente.
T3^n-n!frtH7iWutinJf"De^
ther on account or for cash, will entitle yon to one chance for the
Big Prizes now showing iu our window, to be drawn for Xmas Eye.
Mr.H* McGlnsky ��.nd Miss
Maud McDonald, of oomox wero
in town hist week.
Carcl'siily /Utei�� c   la,
$  Cumberland,
J>. C
NOTjCH.
Anjilofttlnimfiirtlio nnitltioiiof .InnUmi
fur the OutnliHt'ii.ivl t'ulil c Suli-ml, i tutiiiK
���Silnry ro(|tiliol, will bo i'iiu4vv'(l up t>
I��vc-J;i.-(l HiOH.
Tlm Runou.iifiil iipplliiiint. nniflt, put in
ell ,:!ii��i>i in wii.<l��)fti> itmllieo*> fmii'ii in ro-
iniit wh-m re<[iiii'ii.! f,loit,< wiih Wh oilier
uni mi,.
T, M.C'AltKV.
Hr*, llo;ts*.lofrti!>t'H,l 'I'mUem
SALE OF WORK.
Sale of work will he held on
Tuesday 8 Dec, in city nail a
ap.ui. Supper froms.3o~7.3oplm
adulw 35cchildit:ii 25c.
In the Comity Court of Nauaimo
., ��� ��� ,      ,    .    1
In   thix   matter of the  ''IiitcsUto
,'v-i !������*.- o*" th.- ,'>,'imc in Cumbcrl.-ind j l��>nuei�� Act.'* nud miu-ii'ting Act*.
tliev on,,lit to diop it, Just uiiiiid In tin* matifM-nf tlt�� KHttttu of
Wi.i*.U to the l.mt.'js; '1'jj::, j-nnu iiH'^'i'iiiiiu, j./ucAi.miHi i�����**.-���
wt-rc hv'ii'.ii,   but  liy  no uuut:�� ttftt<*.
APPLIOATION KOii  HOTEL
LICENCE,
NOTICE 1�� herehy givon that nt
t'ao next minting of tho Licence
CoimtiUsioiiurn of theCityof Cum-
horliind, I intond to npply for are.
niiwiil of tho hotol licence k-]d hy
me for tho Cuiiibei'hiiul HoU*l,
ftilimtod on lot 1, llock 0, Ciim--
bt'i'lnnd townsito.
Diana Pucicr,
Dated 10th, day of Nov. 1008,
APPLIOATION FOR WHOLE-
SALE LIQUOR LICENCE.
NOTICE is hereby givon that
at the next meeting of tho Licence
Commissioners of the Oity of Olim ���
berland, I intend to apply for a re
newal of wholosale liquor licence
hold by me, situated on   lot   12,
block 7l Cumberland townsite.
Frank Scavahda.
Dated 10th-day of Nov. 1908.
APPLICATION FOR WHOLE-
SALE LIQUOR LICENCE.
NOTICE ih hereby givon that
at tho next mooting of the Licouco
Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I intond to apply for a
ronewal of tho wholosalo liquor licouco held hy me. gittmtod on lot
12, block 0, Cumberland towns!to
John AIakooohi.
Dated 10th.   dny of Nov. lDOg
��� ������������������������������������*" **m
AdvcrtiHoru will coiifor t\ favor
by bringing in thoir ads, not. Jhiit
thnn Monday, hm this will mimblti
tho printers, to iimort it in tin*
next issue ou tho following Tuesday.
ii* txi'u W'A.i'i OxjOVt*
HklN'i'iiSU CiU Xu i'lli*
NEWS. FIRST-CUSSWORK
The Right Price
Furniture Store,
A. McKINNON,
J. H. COLLINS
Manager.
<����$��m����^^ ������SX5��������S^^
New Stock Arrived
and Arriving*
��
(*)
��
(*)
(f)
(it
���i
Consisting of SolicTSilver,   English   hall   marked; %
Smelling Salts Bottles,  Fancy Jewel Cases,  Mugs,   %
Fish Carving Sets, aud also some very fine Marmaza-
linu Pottery and Peau de Soie fine hand painted chin- |> '
a that is worth seeing at
MoLEAN'S
%
* While in Cumberland Deal With
Comox Co-operative Society,
Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce
All Orders Promptly Delivered.
R. Webster, Manager.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
o
<���
o
o
o
o
it
o
o
it
o
9<
(li!it,'niiiv.;;i,<��.   Tvice   they    hat'
the < Ul> .ilinusi within lhcin:"u:>;ii
TAKK NOTICK tlmt ptirmiont
to th������* "i'h r iimilu by ili-i llti'ior
i.e. j   Vii';ii-<�� 1n.1l l'1, uii'i'<>il��-'i 1'i>*  *-'d\.\
f N'i.v,.i,i!i..r l��.��t��S,  TKM
uud h.vi 'A Mi.i'ch'jd Iiuui th*. m in i Jii't;:<i UniriMin, in Uio above nmn
llu' I'tui '.iii'.i'.V-i...   *jI   the
T:...y ha*l "1 ht\"   up  *t%. ������...*  r
more expericnc-jil tv.im  :\nd as
the m-ojc in \h-y '."> vi; j',',:r- *  '-'-'id
prove >hey gave theu .1 ^uodruu
,'uv  luu'ihy   iti v iti il   Fm
r        11
u ii��.k.*,v����.
ior Uieir tiioney
rKeiHire. fi<**WMi .t^-
the nnme  with   xAtfcfartioii   tn
both side*.
B<-th teattis arc to he presented'
with k��H   mwImIi.    The   *"ii}<|
and M.title .ire on view in  Mr.
jjUjdfinii1* window.
.1..V
his
!' .* p'irchiMicf l.��t Do! IM l-ld
tt-id It I nt pirt t.f  IM  VUl.
< a!hok Diitricl It, i\
T ndA.s r.'.u ,*. hv ft; tnr   hind*
on ��/r hviiAc the 7th day of !>*���
tatiU:!" iy>8.
The 1��i"!i'--)!t 11. 3iiv tender not
necessarily acccpied.
William Wt.-ity Willard.
Official iVdwiniitratwr.
f&jC^i,'IWl�� , ��
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
H Powder
Insures Pure Food.
A W. CIUITT CO, IT��.
NOTIOK.
w
Nutioo is horohy jflvon that the
time fur tho reception of tenders
for Vernon H. C. Public Building,
hue hocn extended   to   Decernbtr
aoth, iocs.
Plans and upee.l I'i nit Ions nroHlno
to ho neon at V ictoi la and Vanoou
vor,
Ily Order,
\'AP TKRS115H,
Kci'ri'terv.
Dopartuiout of Titbhc Worl��3,
Oimwm, Novombur 130th, W08,
\ttri- Tloiitnii wns a pnf>MUigor
from Union   Hay,   hy   FridayV.
train.
������- '������<    ������
Alox, Shaw nrrivod from Seat-
th* l��y Thurmday1*   boat.
IV:. tmd ?.f"v Divfii. of Den-
man hland, wt rj jMenutigom hy
Friday'�� bout.
 -���	
Mr. K. PrMlfftbyK��turilrty,i>
boat for N'.irtni-iif��,
V. D. f.iule and Capt. Freeman
left by Saturday'* boat for Vie.
toria.
rMiniMim^
MAROCCHI BROS  \
GROCERS   &   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS OF
CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS
*?
Agents for Union Hrewhig Company's BBliR and
PORTER.      Wholesale Dealers Iu all Kinds of
Wines aud Liquors.
(grvw��
SECOND    STREET
nimniiK.'
Capt. Fr-'ftinni'. ot Victoria paid
Cumberland a thvU vint laa wt��*.
.0.11.1.
ily  liifitllnl* l��Kt��m~
0 of  tho  phenomenal   develop*
in-tmt of tliis great industry.
As an ill mm tion of tha ex~|toaiitigl(.piirehaisor on Vancouver
pnnding biuirictis of Mr. M. <>.
Henry, tbo foremoftt nurnoryuian
of WoHtorti (huiadu, it might b��
iiientionwl tlmt recently shipment*
won: made from hi* head nuruory,
aOKl Wtintmiiutof Rwuti, Vnticou-
���.tr, t-�� Sf. (hxii-'io TfarrfiDilft. to
Cititia,, and to Hollrny Cantlo, tho
homo of Sir Arthur Middleton,
Nurtuuilmrland, Kngland. il r.
IUnry rttcvily snppHeil tbe full
order iot oruuiuouul ti*w*, ehrtlh^
and ^inw for l{mpro*�� Hotel, Vie-
toria. Thit order wm ����etired in
oj^jn eompotitton with mau; out-
ti<b |k.int��. Tbe total weight of the
diiptneut waa over four twts, probably 0m> largost *l��ip����Dt over mqI
Min Knlo MeNeil rettrniedjto
Vsnwiiver hy  Thiirndfly'a   boat,
��� * ��� ���
The Hon.   Jiuni-p   Dunamiifr**
yacht Daloara, wm at Union Bay,
but Tlinrstlay  and aft��;r  ooalin^ *>
procee<lwl north with hi�� Honor.
������*���  * ���-	
U*��)-***'�� it,;- -"talkiloU'* Cuto will
nlwny* tore my cough* and colds/1
All local items of .\ Inisinot
nature will be charged fot at thc
standard rate of ioc. a line.

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