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 iHTftn���������   -tut������������������-"TTI     ������*f<~.  .' *  Remember the Grand K. of P. Ball on New Years Night, Wednesd  i't/UTY*   ^'!msC"i^L.A..'   y  . ��������� \Sm\-r   Wi'   V      *���������       -   ������-  \ll  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Coniox District.  The Nkws, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.������     TUESDAY,     DEO.   17,   1907.  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  , <ix������Xs&^���������������������������^  GO ' .  I will "soon be with us  I with all its pleasures  and  ' *������ " r.  excitements.  I At the BigStore  ������you will find a a large ussort- ^  ������ment of  Toys and   Holklay  SGoods suitable for presents.  i  <���������> To Make Buying  ������ more attractive in our store  jgwe wiH give with ever)- Si.00  ������ purchase cash, or credita tick-  f) er being oue chaance to win a  <*>  Beaatifal Doll  tm.  '& Valued at $10 given away Christina Eve.    Buy early.  ������SimonLeisefirCorttil;  Cumberland,  l_l  ANOTHER   PARTY.  VancouvoV, Dec 16���������Another  exploration survey party is entering the field on. the Island and  will work beyond tlio- present ono,  which is now operating in Coniox  district and heading for Campbell  River.  Win. Sloan has introduced a  bill at Ottawa asking for extension  of tiina in tho construction of the  E. & N. brunches with tho exception of the branch to Albenii.    As  previously announced the road to  Alborui is to bo pushed forward  ���������with all possible speed and contracts are being arranged for now.  ANOTHER EXPLOSION.,  Birmingham, Alabama, Doc 10  Seventy five miners are reported  entombed in a mine, explosion - at  Folande tho north-Avesteril part of  Tuscaloose County.  Advertise in the NEWS.  - ..-   NASA I MO WTN3.  $anaimo,   16���������The   Nanaimo  football team defeated  the Thistles :bf Vancouver yesterday, 1 to 0.   *t*p   .VANCOUVER DEFEATED.  ' ladysmith Doc 16���������Tho Ladysmith team defeated the Celtics of  Vancouver yesterday, score 8 to 1.  \ MANY WRECKS  . The fierce galos which have raged,on coast of United Kingdom  "for the last fow days shows little  signs of abating, and the heavy  rains have flooded almost^ all the  low lands. Communication generally is much impaired. There have  lieen many wrecks among small  vessels but fow fatalities as yet reported.  ,v *   WRECKED LINER  .Halifax, N.   S.,  Dec 16���������Re  ports from  Mainland  this morning indicate that the Thompson  Liner Kildona which struck Brazil  rotiroft~Cffpe-Sable-:on-Sundiby=  morning broke up yesterday.  k-������k     ���������������������������������<!  m&* SRfiTR CLtAUS has a|ta  in arrived  the  CDagnet Cash Sto#e  Good Old Santa  *nmmmmvmm*mmm*m*ta^ "���������  tMmmmmrm^m-tmmW**��������� wWI ammt'iit *���������*���������* WWM  Has a larger and Better  Supply of  u ���������  Xmas Toys, etc.  MVWlWrfW���������  than   he has   ever .brought  into this town beforo,  T.   E,   Bate  H a ^fh g Ru re h&sed   ��������� -���������.:  Our  Xmas Stock  ���������tOTTWOWMM  -<> Magnet Cash Store ���������<>���������  Direct from the Factory  it enables us to .'sell much  below any other competitor In the District,  Thu prico and variety of our goods  nro nu attroction in themselves, without  enticing you in any other way.  T.   E,   Bate  999f9f9999999$99999999 ??-????#-l*??$9*??*#**?������������?  !-  : Special Announcement.  given Away  mmmmmmtmmmmtmmwmmmm.mm*  I Handsome Dinner Set.  Commencing Wednesday December nth we give a  t ticket with every single Dollar's wottji of goods purebat-  ��������� ed nt this Store (for Cash or Credit).  EveryTfekctR^  lit lie Diuulu^, ,i\.'.i\. takes p!ace  On New Year's Eve  t  SENTENCED SEVEN YEARS.  8������ml Sto, Mario, Doc 10���������Geo.  Unymoud until iwutly llm Chiof  of Wind Hivor wm Saturday night  found guilty of iticomlinri������i������ in  connection with the tiro at fct Boll  Hotol on ScptimilK-T flrd. ilowns  flontoticcd to tufvun yi'iiru in jail.  A TIcUl w;l! lm given, wlfh every DoV.or p yreh.w<! fro???  December nth to 31-st, ineluiive.  Mj> ��������� ��������� ti ������������������" -���������������     ��������� ���������* ������������������������'������������������������ ������������������'������ ��������� 1 mat ���������mmmiimammiiihiiOimiiiW. iwmm**Mw>i mmmimm*nm***m**mmmm  J McPhee & Sons  l+M^^+WM*****************************  VANCOUVER** IDLE MEN.  Vancouver, Doc. 1(1 ���������Tiiougli  iniichli ti* I't?* u done in the lu������(  fow dixy* In providing work for  tho hiiotnyloyotl tlmro is still a  grunt di'al to do. Up to dnte 550  men havo rcgihtorod nt tlio Bureau  of Lnhor ������i������I<iii������' tnr tunplmmwnt.  flonip 9,0(1 \r\t*\\ Iihvo boon <vW������>n  work. 100 u v 0 gag. <1 hy Iho  Provincial (i������������vcntmoi>:iii during  in the dSJforont district lot.  METHODIST ClUJUOH.  MINE CHAGES OWNERSHIP  Nanniroo, Dee, 10 Tho Oil-  Allan inino at Wellington which  Mr. GillillHii hns mniin^od since  tlio opouing a few months ngo nnd  in whioh ho wns inturostod with  Mr. MoGownn of Vanoouvor has  now hoon tnltori ovor by tho firm  of MeGowan nnd Company, John  ���������John of Michol latoly maunder of  tho iniiioa thoro hns boon secured  ns manager. "  ������    ���������������������������       IX*      m  LECTUUK-ENTERTAINMENT  IN THE METHODIST  'OHUUCIJ..  m**m ***  ������������������    Now the Holiday Season is on us again:  I wish to thank the poople for their patronage in the past  .'. and wish to have thoir patronage in future.     The harder you  V. are to please about jewelry the easier it is to satisfy you at this  ','. store.  "|f  Y-'U will-fiind Wutohes, Clooks aad  Jewelry   frsm'KUw cheapest  to X  ��������� ���������tbe BEST, and a full and oompleto line of Plated   Ware,   Out Glass  jjaud LeatLftr Goods.     ...-.-  I T. D. MoLean.  i^^HHhH^H^-4^ > I rT'ff "l'-l''l''>''f-r*l-'I^^?^  There is  Nothing   More   Suitable  for a gentleman's iXmas Present than one of those  Stay Safety Razors  the only Safety Razor that shaves,  It is, the Genuine Article  We have the finest Xmas Specialties ever offered for  our customers in ~ '     .  -Perfume*;- Pipes, Leatiier Dressing  Cases, Manicures,  A nice stock of Presentation Books, Xmas Cards and.  Calendars  A. H. PEACEY,  Cambcrtanet, B.C.  Dancing Slippers  for the K. of P. Ball  All Sizes Shapes and Styles.  At   Lowest   Price*.  aud for  Shirts  Dont Forget to Give us a Call.  as we hove beyond doubt the Latest Styles and Latest  Patterns, with ties to Match.  I  J. N. ilcLEOD,  Dnnsmnir Averiiw.  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  TV  t *,  T  CliristmM icrmoii and mneic in  fn th������ MctlioiYi^t rimrcli on Hon-  tieymxt. All aro iuvitod to at-  tond.  .    Ov.Tl;v.:Td:.yt!:c  1 -*r, f 1*��������� ,    ���������      mi    ���������   a .  j niijtiit-ijll ui   1 lUlijl Hi ti'iit fLtXV Uie  popular leotiircijon "Lincoln th������  Liimnitor." Musio by the Male  Qnartotto, Mr. J. H. 0������l|ln������, Mr.  Allen nnd othoro. Itov, Thom-  pwn w������������ president of the British  Columhia couforonco Itwt year and  is at prwwnt ttlmiimnn of iho Victoria District. AtlmlMion 25 ct������  and Children 10 i-onu.  SITUATION WANTED-by a  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Get in Line,  Buy in on the Ground Floor,  H        ������  v   liots   at  $12S.OO  anrt npwnrdi.  Th������������ UtU w������>r^ j# *ma\U a*4rnleil trom u1!ran largo number 00 ac   <������  oountor tlwlr auiwrwr mtnatloo and i**<*|������liouid r'llwiiy        ��������� "< ���������  & Ross Nopier  irtmbl.llH.Hfrm.11������nj1������jttmtamettr, cfTr ,��������� ���������trlic.l!fllu r,,,9rJilJtf  purch^prto*. AtanyUmywirieiaaitatiMiagoM. \, THP   NEWS,   CUMBER LA VD.   P^T^TSIT   COLTOTUTA*.  'IftHS  OUMBK-.-.LAiSD   NEWS.  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A.   Batks,  Editor aud Proprietor.  The columns of Tuk News are open to all  ������ho witth to express therein views on metiers of publ'O iut**rest.  While wo do not hold ourselves rospiosi-  Lie for tbe utterances of correspondence], we  t*evn   tha rigdt   of  declining  to inser*  c ���������nmunicAtions unnecessarily personal,  TUESDAV,   DEC.   17,    1.907.  Next issue will appear a little  earlier, and all change of advertisement should be iu this office  uot later than Thursday evening  December 19th,  Some person or persons have  kindly passed the word around  that thc editor of this paper intends to return to the teaching  profession, Now teaching is one  bf the noblest professions but the  editor has not the slightest intention of returning to it at present, although possibly not making as much money as if receiving one of the magnificent salaries paid teachers in Cumberland.  EDUCATION.  D,vijjhtful task!    to  rear ^he tender  thought, .-'"' v  To tench the young idea bow to shoot,  To pour the fresh instruction o'er the  mind, , ���������.':'.   '.. ���������  To breath* the euliVning -spirit; and tu  flx  Tho generous pnrpoB������ in the   glowing  breast.  Thomson  THE   PRESS.  But mightiest of the mighty miRnP,  On which the arm of progress leans,  Mi-.u's noblest mission.to advance,  His woes asBuage, his weal enhance,  I I.s rights enforce, bis wrongs redress���������  Mightiest-of the.mighty is the Press.  Bo wring  The onus on a citizen seeking  to represent his city is no sinecure. The average citizen when  he contemplates investing money  takes tlie best possible advice.  He does not entrust his under-  ~t*k-ings-to-a-friend,-just_because.  that friend' is good-natured, or  welcomes him at his lodge, but  when it is his own money be is  spending he gets the most competent man to do the work. It is  in this way that every citizen  ought to approach his duty of  selecting men for the manage  meut of the affairs Of this city;  all other considerations except  that of competent men should be  laid aside and the most compet-  en t men chosen. ���������Rx,  Fashion's decrees are very funny things. For instance, as soon  a������* a man purchases a soft hat he  deem**'it necessary to jab a  few dents in it, but should some  friend put a dent in a fellow's  new .stiff nat it is altogether a  different,!; matter.  Mlddfe Aea ran* Mm rtt-w*-**.  It ls a rare thing to see a woman of  forty wtth a light step, a graceful carriage and a trim figure.   We say trim,  not ^lender or girlish.    It would be  foolish to make tbe outlines of girlhood  tbe Ideal for a woman of middle age.  Nature provides that sbe shall  "fall  Into flesh" a Uttlo and that her form  should  express something more snb-  ohintlal thnn tlie careless grace of n  girl.    But women of about forty ars  fur too proof to Indulge the natural  Inclinations of advancing years.   It Ij  u tiling even more rare to find a woman who wakes to the fact that conditions could be Improved and starts to  do sornethlnp Iu thut line.   Hopeless ns  lt may seeui, u figure, a carriage can  bo vastly changed. even  at  forty-flv������  yeara.    It ls a slow process to effect  stK-h  Improvement*   even  at   twenty-  five.   At the former. ageMt ls proportionately dlfliciilt   But It can be done  Even though tho flesh grow weary and  unwltllug. the will can bring It to better form.    Faithful*dully practice in  contour exercls?s, general activity and  ���������constant���������nttfintlOJlUoL- one's   position  will work wonders.   Au erect posturT  ���������sitting,  standing  or   walking���������with  vigilant care over every attitude, will  be quite worth while to the woman  who has lost forever the fresh roslnesa  of girlhood, but who has In Its plac*  grace and dignity nnd a sweetness dlf'  feront   from   anything   else   In   tht  world.  How to win the girl you love;  Get'a couple of million nnd then  let her look at your bank account   m   It is is so easy to fiud fault  that a great many people spend  n great deal of spare time at it.   . ������> :   Things that never happen nre  usually the ones thnf people do  the most worn ing about,  Laughable Forgstfufntes,  A* Sheridan Knowlen, tlw ilnimottut,  was walking down the Strand ono day  with a friend he Ploppm) to urvot a  Rsmtlonuin, who, however, (waived  blm very coldly. "Do you know," Hold  bo to KnowUw, "tlmt you owe mt an  tt polony?"  "An npoknert Whnt forr u*lc������l the  ���������Jrnmntlat.  "for uot kMiphiii thut dlnnt-r (mirage*  uicnt you had with uu> lout Thunnlny.  I hnd a number of j^oplo to meet yoa,  ana yvu .������.-..-.' -.nt" ���������>������ t*vi*n aent nn  v:n.hvn**ixn of yrmr ntmonm,"  "Oh, I'm wt entry," exclaimed  Knowle*. "I've audi n mutuary thnt  I forjwt nil nlemt Um affair; ttn-tlva  me and Invito rae to another dlfinor.**  It mnn then nrrmiRwl Umt he nUnild  dlno Wtth UU* HuUlitiUMtt u������ th'- *elXrnP*  lug Wednewlay, nnd In order to secure  ogt-lnst tht ongrtgoinont being again  forgotten bo there and thun recorded  It. In hhi diary, fin rejoining his friend  ho told him Uio story of bts lupM of  tnemory.  "*Aho ts tho gimtlemnnr ������*������cM fht  frtewl.  "weii, ,'m b!-4t.i.id!" Tl<vl WiertAnn  Khowlei.  "I tmvu fowotti'ti Mn name."  ���������Tlmi**! funny," said tlni frl<<nd, "brtt  you pxn tttotlty find it out 1������,\* M*fi*rrlrig  to tho dim-ton.    Vou know bin *>\*  tt***mX, Of t-lMtHtO."  Fow4*r on the F������c������,  Tlio girl who always complains thai  powder Bhows on her face may hi  pretty suro that she Is not taking correct enre'of her complexion or that tb*  powder she is using Is not desirable,  If the complexion Is kept soft and  ���������smooth with a good facial food ot  creum It will otjeopt powder without  raising a dlstnrbimco nnd making tha  girl look llko a hnmpty dumpty. Of  courso when tho cuticle Is flaky and  molting In lai'fto purtlclos any dry sub*  Btunco liko powder will but oxaggernta  , tho trouble. Rut when tbe surface U  I smooth nnd soft and Quo little powder  enn ho uwed with good effect. Bosldofl  giving tho fnoi* n velvety look It will  net ns n protection agdlnst tho winds  nn>l the gentle breezolots thnt blow not  only In the sprlugtlnic, but tho wbolo  yeur through.  Trick l:i Dl*h*rn*hlnir.  V.'hero 11 groat deal of dishwashing  Ir ueocHtmry It Is n good plan to do  nwny with tho drying of Glnhen. To  rnr.ki* thla imm-lblo In tho average  hoD'-ehold 11 nick Is now usod, It Is  Blm pod like those photoprrnphcra uso  for negative)*, only, of cour������o, much  liir.'/er, After being rinsed wltb clean  hot wntrr the dlflhes enn bo sot up ou  trdfft in the ruck and allowed to dry  by evaporation, All tbey nood thon Is  n Hitib wlilj h dry towel 11s thoy nm  piii'-ci on tlie tablo. Ono con wash  the iiishim. go nbout other work und ro-  tur.i to flmj Uiow oil ready to put  nwity.  lAueuraet iXmeeblt,  Vor mawinml rarebit tuko half ������  cii|ifiil of hulled mnvnronl thnt has  fwn cut into Mtnnll ploeert. Tut half a  cupful of milk into it auiiropan, ullr hi  (|iilck)y the ynlvn of throw i������g������H, u cup-  ful ut Aiiitirhin (-hooso wither grntod or  biukcti Into -ninii pl*o#������, n genoroiw  tnl'li'V|������o������iifiii of butter, salt i������opi)or  fltul lastly niiienronL 8tlr tbe mixture  over dm fln> until tho clioene lias molt*  ed; tben nervo on hot buttered toast,  By������������, llralr ee* Ovrmm.  Wbnrr. n  Tternnn  h*S  hnlr Of I dnrt  ro*!iilnh hu*.) nnd aye* almost black  tbey look ixiHt In ft daik uoulrnUiK-d  ornnup or brown, whore lutlr, eyaa, skin  and costume blend tn a hnrroonlous  whMo. On the cootrnry* It a person  hmi limtrmiH hina black hnlr nnd eyes,  Wllii i-o,ii uiu������U akin, iliit rich In enb  or, they will stand out l( Um costume  Is in hnriiiony with atealy blue or cold  ������ruy.    Htnttn* iMMh  If you nru ironing with tlie patent  hniniiu ii-tn.H ������ud using ft gaa ranga, It  Is n kimmI idea to put ft tin cover on  top of tin. ip.ii m It stta on tho tlm.  Tlm wver ki-eps the beat trom aacav-  Iiir. >--���������-���������' y.nr iron with Ita help will  get hot mm h ijnioker, Ob ft good stood  bhiito two tnmn ot tWf Wnd covered  nay  Fresh air is introduced, into  the Kootenay oven through a  series of vents at the bottom  of the oven door, and the  cooking fumes carried out  \ through another series of  vents at the back of the oven.  (Arrows in  \ 11 n n t r a t \ on  show method.^^p?[SfTO  riot ventilation.) {<i ^"���������"^  ^The air in the~"  oven is always  keptpura The  natural flavor  of  every,  artiolels  oompletely  retained  Everything  tastes most  delioioua.  FREB  Booklet  on request  Kspimait % Nanaimo Ej  ���������^  UMDON. TORONTO, MONTREAL, WNWPCO. ViWCUOVCK. ST. JOHN, HAMILTON  CH.  Tarbell k������eal Agent  1 f^e������ftde^ii^is������smi-r^-^mBijies^wA  *.^vo$tJmcaammASt*MaewB=Jm3Bry&  swcfgy  ������������������������|������:i  S-a-Ts^TJEI-,    C      3D^.-STIS,       Pp.opbiex.  Knglinh 4 x BUHTON alwuys ou up - aUo, the Ihiiuiuh MILV.'AUKEK  BKlitiS���������Aiiiien������������r, BebBiniai., SohliU, &o. "OLD GHEY BKARU"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Bost Wineu and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, under thu imineilj������te nupuriuteiidenoe of Mrs  \ jus in, will b* .oi-nii Fi'it Aus- iu tvtry ttwyeut,  BATES,  $1 00 per day upwerds.  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  Th' re may bo g..infilling hero this week tlmt you wero looking for  liiHt wook.   If it in the prion Ih nuro lo bo riijlit.   dive us u eail.  UK1'A1U1N(������ A' sriCdlALTV,  J. H. OOL INS, Cumberland,  1IEER    BEER  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m,, for  N.-inauno, calling <n Crofton, Kuptf  nnd Thetis Isluids when, freight vt  p.issenners niTer.  Leaves Nanaimo" Wednsday, ? a. m.,  nn Union Uay Coniox and wa. pons.  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a m., for  Cnon Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Le.ives Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a.-m , for  Union Bay Comox .md; way ports.  Leaves Comox   Saturday,    7   a.ra.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  bails from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  7AN00UVER - NANAIMO - LADYSMITH   ROUTE  8.8..    ������������������JOAN."  .S-tils irom   Vancouver   for   Nanaimo  daily, except -Sundays, at    30 p.m.  Sails from   Nar.aimo   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  ���������~- ���������  riMK TABLE   EFFECTIVE  Oct-ber    1st, 1907  NORTH ROUND��������� Read Doivn  Passougei  Traina  D.viiy  Suuriay  Statiuus.  Nu. 1  Wuii.  Srtt  No. 3  -VJktoxia,  Dc. 9 00  De.15 00  Hansels,  or���������  ���������-T5-04-  cihawuigau,  10 .7  '     1(5,15  11  .;    lOAii  1(5. IS  O-.tihle Hill,  10.40  115 30  (Ji/.vifhan,  JO.48  1(541  lC'iliiiluh,  10 53  10 47  IJauiiiMi'i),  11 00  10 58  ���������HIIUdllHH,  11.07  17 10  W'es'.holme,  11.18  n.'i'i  O.iumaiuuii,  11 32  17 35  L*.'i> ��������� .smith,  11.57  17.5.*  South Wellington,  12.18  18.10  XuHftlllKI,  lii.Sii  18 30  Wtlliugton,  Ai 12.83  ' At 18 45  SOUTH BOUND-Rend Up  No. 2  No. 4  Viutona,  Ar.J*J.(������  1855  ltu������Hi.U,  I2U-2  It*.51  Siiu^iiig.iii,  10 51  17. 35  .1  10.18  17 30  CAM* Mill,  .    lu -10  1*7.22  CllwillllKll,  11). IA  17 0b  iuik.iUh,  JO. OH.  17 "3  Uu luau'ii,  10 Oi  10.158  .S.iiiMiiri ,  n 47  10 43  W.-.-.th������.liuo,  0.H7  10 32  IMimniiinua,  9,'m'S  10 22  Ltily-iiiiiih,  Du. 11,00  De. 15 58  11  Ar. 8 .00  Ar.-16 48  South \V������llin({toii,  8.V8  15.27  N',iuiiii,i,  8.13  15 16  VVt-liiii(iton,  Do. 8.00  lie. 15 00  Livery  A2STID  Teamin  I am prepared   to  ft rnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  JOHNT IJRYDEX-  CUMHEkLANP  POLLEGIATE   SCHCCT  ^ FOR  BOYS *"  Thetaurels. Belcher Street  Victoria B. C.  .Patron and Visitor,  TUE LORD   BISHOP   OF   LOLUM13IA.  Head Muster  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,   M. A.,   OXFORD.  Aaahstetl hy three Grailuaten of the Kt-ung-  nized, Uuivertsities uf tireai Britain uud Cuu-  ada. v  Morterote terniH lor hoarders.  Property cons at������ of five acie.H with Bpgoi-  ouh n*.*ho������l luiiidii'iiK, txteiidive r������*rt-������'iii-  grounds. Kyiii-iusium. Oudet oorpe otknii-  ized.  APPLY-TO  HEAD MASTER.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  UnionBrevyeryTBeer  Is The Best  Bottled or In  Barrel***  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  To Rent���������SuvbhiI deal whin Imir  illt'KK lllCHtiODB. Coi������i*iiUwlli������ O.U.  K, Agency.  Wnnted���������-To borrow $2000 for  rni-'r. vrirn on (*nod security,  For pr'rtlrttlrtrs inquire of Cum-  berlaiid^Ucnl Kstnte Agencv.  Wh������������n In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Kv^ry convpttionff for gtieaif.  Ih������ Otntial Hotol for Rporttmen  None hut the Best nf Win-ss and Liquor*  at th* Niu.  RATES        REASONABLE  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday nnd Thursday  of each week we have fruit.  tail uuu give us a. violt.  D. Hunden.  VO*} SM.P,-n,i iirrM. wiih 10 Acre*  cleared 1 $i,noo worth of timber, ftr cedar, white pine, nnH tipruce. 7$ acre* nf  bottom land, 8 roomed house unci out-  builditiK������. Lou of uprinx water, nml only about 2 milei from Cumberland.  For Pnl/������--lfl0 neren Uf nllm trot) Court  ney.About 2������ neren cleared nome youn a-  pro. Rl.rht in lino of rail wny ootiHtruot 100  Cloieto Oourtenay river,  Thcusund Mi:e and Comnuiiiilion 'rickets on sal**, koo<I 0Vi>i nul and stc u>.ei  ���������incs, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excur  sions, and reduced rites for parlies may  be arranged foi on application to the  Dist, Pass, Agent at Victoria.  The Comprint* reserves the ri������ht to  change without previous noiice^icamers  wiling dnies nnd hours of grilling,  Excursion Ticked on Sale fnnn nnd to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  han Monday,  J, \V. TROUP, Gon. Sup. D C. 0������������������t Sir.  (), L, C0U1UNKY, DUt. Frl, ft I mi. Ag.  Morroctyi Bros,  QRKAD, Cnkos nnd PIph dtOlvor  od daily to any part of City.  Wqo&'s Plifiipliodini,  Tht Ortnt RnolUK ,ttemrdv,  ieiim.tiidmvUivnttmmewwixe  MMllSlii������Of>  On������t  Cook'! Cotton Root ConpooodL  Tho fiMt Uterini Tonlo,  Laud   Act.  Victoria Laud Di^t^ct.  " District of Rupert  Take notice that Horace Bunnell, of  Vancouver, R. C. occupation Timber  Cruiser, intends to apply for a special  limber licence over the following descfto-  ed lands situated in tbe vicinity of .Sal-  LinonJ-Uver_andJ.nJiiJipejtJiiMd������l,^i!iUi_  criuver Island. ,  Commencing at a post planted about  80 chains east of the souih east coiner cf  surveyed lot 222 thence we>t 80 chains  thence mmb 80 chains thtnc.e east 80  ch.iins-.thence south ������0 chains to the  point of 'commencement..  :���������-Vommencing at a post piamed a-  bnut So chains east ofthe south east corner of surveyed lot 222 tbeuce nniih ������0  chains ihence east $<������ chains thence souih  80 chains thence *est 80 chains to the  point of commencement,  , 3���������C'ommencinjf at a post planted a-  bout 80 chains e.-ist of the somh cast corner of surveyed Ioi 223 ihence easi 80  chains thence smith 8t> chains thence  west 8.0 chains tlience north 80 chains 10  the piij,nt'of commencement.  4'���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 8o?<mnin,s east of the south east corner of surveyed lot 222 ihence souih 80  chains thence west 80 chains tlience  north 80 chains (hence cast So chnins to  the po'iu of commencement*.  5���������Commencing at a pust plained at  the south east corner ol surveyed lot  223 tlience south 80 chains thence west  80 chains thence north 80 chnins thence  east 80 chnins to the point of commencement,  6���������Commencing at a post plnnted a-  bout 80 chains south of thc south  east coiner of surveyed lot number  222 ihence south ,#o chnins thence nest  80 chains thence north 80 chnins ihence  cast 80 chums to the point oi commencement.  7- Commenting nt n post plnnted ���������������  bout 80 chains south of thu south east  corner of surveyed lot number 232 thence  easi 160 chains thenco souih 40 cliains  tlience west 160 chums thence norih 40  chains lo the point of commencement,  Dated September 2,vd, 1907.  8-c'onimoncing nt a post planted u-  bout 80 chains north of lhe south rnst  comer of surveyed lot niimbel' 332 thence  east 160 chains thence north 40 chaius  thence west 160 chains theuce south 40  chains to the point of commencement,  o~Commencing at n post planted uo  chains north ofthe south euct corner of  ef surveyed lot number 333 thence noith  160 chains thence east 40 chain* tbcncu  south 160 chains thence west 40 chains  to the point of commencement,  la���������Commencing at n po������t planted 120  chains north and thence 40 chain* enst  of the smith eust corner of surveyed lot  number 323 thence north 160 chums  thnnre ennt/{n chain* th������nre -south t6o  thence west 40 chains to tbe point of  cuiniiicaumiem,  Uaied September 35.h, 1907,  11���������Commencing at a pmii planted 4.  bnut >3o chains north and ihence 8q  chains east of the south enst corner of  *������i V,y������1d trit rMimhri' tf) thenrp north r'w  chains thenre east 40 chains thence south  160 chains thence west 40 chain* to the  point of commencement,  1 j���������Commencing nt A post plnnted n-  bout no chains north nnd 120 chains  eust of the soulh east corner of surveyed  lot 223 thence north 160 ihains thenre  east 40 chsins tbenee south i6u ihami  thence west 40 chains to the point of  commencement.  Dated September 36th, 1907.  HOKACK l������UNN!;U��������� THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.-  in  em  SAL>DRATU0  IS THE BEST.  E.W.GILLETTfflMS  TORONTO.OUT.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and   railway cars of   the   Union   Hollier}'  Company by any   person   or   per  Boils���������except rain crew���������iv strictly  prohibited.    Employees   r-.re sub-  tec t>tUsmUsal for allov  ig samt  By order  Fhancis 0   Litti v  Manager.  When in Cumterlanr  STAY  AT THE   VEAHOME.  tar   All Cosvknikkcbk vou Guests  <t<-t"M"t,"l"l''t"l"t"i"l"l"t"t"t"t,"t"IMMwli  -STAR' |  Livery  Stable  5 Hayman & Maxwell.  Proprietors,  tTEAMSTERS, and DRAYMEN*  ,.SINGLE and DOUBLE RK,sS  ��������� ���������For HIRE. ALL ORDERS1  ���������I-PROMPTLY ,ATTENDED TO*.  ��������������� ��������� ���������������  BULiBS  From  and  ���������:3rdSt, CnralierlaM  '^w|.������||,|"tl������|"|w|'������|������>|-������t^'"l"j["j"i"j[''j������'f'lfMjM|^  France,   Holland  Japan.  seeds Tuees  Plants^  For Fall Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  ^p*l'lease note that niy fruit trees are  not grown   trom   imported  piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  eedbng, from bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis.Spray  Pumps, Sprayiug Material, Cut  Flowers, etc,  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O,  dress���������31)10 Westminster Road.  Ad-  rm*. Bah. is Sun*liko with  Best Liquors and Ci|:ars  J. R   BANNE11MAN  JAPANESE  at a liow Prioe.  k  Wholesale and Retail.  Swt'O' and Clean <\0'  ti  5olbs.   .....  .;.... $2.6f  Al<  ^wmme,       Atst-mm-A.        '^mimm^       mmem^^. m  Tmmmmmm,���������������������iri   i      ,���������������������������!���������        W-^'1     ' ' "'  " ���������  THIS  SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER  THE  Western Home Monthly  ���������AND���������  The Cumberland News  s:  By CASPER S. YOST.  SHADING ANO SAVING.-Hoove  Building the Mam Business of Lite.  Don't Be Siinjy, but Be Economical.  Alwaya Have a Margin, aad Pat It In  the Sivintfa Bank���������The Wile's Part.  .������ff  Wo. 5 Japfcown,....Cuinb -rland B.  JOHN McLEODS  FOU PIllHT-'JUHS  OANOY, KlllJlTH,  010ARH <b TOBAOCOH  60  YEARS'  BXPERIENOfi  Tn*oc Marks  OCIION*  Gopvriomto Ae.  Scientific American.  i titndiomiiir illnitntM *������oHr. UmtiMt.  nwtton of nny timnuno lW������lt Ttrmi.M a  (iitfi four nuinlbi, |L Sold l>rall n*we<teiUere.  ���������, m V IU WMOlPfrton,  The Two for One Year lor  00  $2-  The W������tem Home Monthly hu long been recognized ii the  ST������M?lSin^l^e^>t*oHe^*W5@n*C^tir5n<i*irKid*b'r'  over 3 5,000 families ev������y month.  It conUiat a wt������Mi ot leading fmri-xt, o&toriaU foi mrn and  women, able articlet on leading subjects, while iti one dozen or more  department* under special ttU'W heading!, ate inletesting and Wlp-  (ul o the members in *������tiy home circle.  Oui ttbacribert are urged to tale advantage of (Ui  SPECIAL OFFER NOW  AODRcea all cmocna to oun orricc  to,.u. cnu'e now and have your subscripton dnte from now  the end of uext year, December 31st,   1908.  tint  CANADA'S   GREATEST  NURSERIES  NOTICK in licroby ulwu Umt, UO day*  utter date, I Intend to npply to tha lion  Chiof Commissioner of Lands nnd WorI������n  for n Ileenoo to prospect for win) nnd pot-  rolouin on the following described lands)  Command ng nt if post plnnted at tho  north-went oornor of the Indiun Reserve,  kuown oa the Funtledga Indlnu Hosctto,  being Huutiou I'Jt, C' mox DUtrlut, eon  trlnlng 200 noron,  Dntotl 8th dny of Oofobor, 1007.  ALLAN PURVIS,  n.n,u;,;::iA^i.t  NOTICK Ih horoby given that, 3d day*  after date, I Intend to npply to tho Hon.  O det Commissioner ot Lands nnd Work*  for n lloonoe to prospect for ooni nnd pot-  -'damn "tt tl>f> fi,Hr,irt<^������i1r������nf������rH*i*>i1 InwW  Commencing at a post planted on the  beaoh at tbe north-aa-it o< truer of tho  Indian   Hewrve  in   Oomox   Harbour,  known tia Section 4. Comox District, be-  lagan Indian It wm', containing 161  acres.  Dated tbe 8tb day of October, 1007.  C. O. TWUMAItn,  K, Jlojxmow, Agent,  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOK  CUMBERLAND  to soil High OIusb Mursery stock  iu Fruits and Ornatuontala Larg-  oat list ot now specialties ever offered. Start uow at best 8otliti|r  soasou. Liceiifed by B.O, Gov.  yriitriont to soil in ttm Province of  British Columbia. Big ind noo-  muiits, Uboriil Pay, llniidsoiue  Froo Outfit, Torritory Ilouorvotl,  writo for terms and Oi\tulogiu������, and  lend 25c for our aluminum pocket  microsoopo [Mitgnitios 4^ tii������������������|  and 80c for our bandy inw, juk  tbo thing for trimming trooo [cntd  iron tin woll as wood.]  Stone ds Wellington,  Fotitliill .N'urBorioH,  [Over 800 ftorcHl  rOIlONTO     - -    ONTARIO  Dominion  FOU SALE-  Tin* Hplentlid lwidonco of Mrs.  J. lino, 3 Lots, 8 ltdomed  Iloiif-o. Unfurnished or Furn-  ifiliod. Prico ou application to  tho Cumberland Real Estate  Agency.  uiuu'c ifinicu' tnuca ot wnat you wete  sayiugr, I was so busy thlnklug how-  proud I was of you, but a few line*  stuck lu my craw tbat weut uometblng  like tbls: , '  *, Aa unto the bow the cord ta.  So unto the man is woman. '  "Dumpty., (iumpty. dumpty, dumpty*.  rUseless each without the other.  There's something missing right ta  the:; middle of It, but tbe point's there,  nt*d It's Just tbe point I want you to  sea "Useless each without the other."  That's It exactly. Tlie man who wrote  it, whoever he was, probably wasn't  thlnklug about yellow envelopes, but  It fits every phase of married life. Yoa  don't often get so much practical common sense out of poetry. "Useless  each without the other." La me, Bill  cau't do all the home building by himself. You've got to pitch in and help  him, and the place to begin ls right at  the caslfier's window on Saturday  afternoon.  Partnership In 8alary.  Of course you don't have the plea*  ure of the cashier's acquaintance. He's  a mighty fine fellow, Is the cashier, but  you've got no business at his window.  That's Bill's place. But It's a good deal  Important that Bill doesn't lose what  ^tbc cashier gives him before be gets  ''���������" -\. home.    Lots of  men are carelet-a  that way, my  dear. Lots of  them dont, go  home at all Saturday night Of  course that relieves the woman  of some re-  the matter Tm  talking about,  but it also removes tbe occe<?.  elty for Ice ln tho  "That'* -Bill'* place" family refrigerator, nnd lt puts a bend In a womau'a  bjit-k and a dent In a woman's heart  tbnt shouldn't he thero. I Just mentto:.-  ed tbls Incidental. I have no doubtabout  'your'William getting home nt a proper  hour Saturday nlgbt and reasonably  upright Whnt I moan, sweetheart, ls:  that tlio effect of your gentle InQttcnco:  should be felt by blm from the moment  bo draws bis pay; that be should bo bo  Impressed with tho principle of part-  norsblp, of equal rights In tho proceeds  of his labor, that ho Is thinking of you-  when ho opens tlie yellow envelop?,  thinking of you wben ho couuts Itsi  contents and thinking of you as be,  rides homo wltb lt intact And It's up>  to you to do tbo Imprenslntr���������not with'  a rolling plu or n flntlroa. but by show-  Ipg blm that you havo a deep personal  Interest In bis alTnlrs. that yoa nro no;  jdoll baby to bo drugged and potted, butj  it sonsiblo woroau wbo������o chief thoturbt  Is her misbanrxs welfare, a woman  who knows that a dollar is composed ot  100 cents and who knows how or Is  willing to learn bow to make ������very  one of them worth par In the domestic'  economy.  The woman who takes no thought of  her husband's financial affairs, who  spends hts money without knowing or  caring what ho can afford, is hot a  helpmate, but aa Incumbrance. It may  be that he carries tbe load willingly,  even Joyfully. It may.be tbat In the  flrst overwhelming unselfishness of bis  love ho would not have her any different But he will find that the load  grows heavier with time, and then he,,  will sigh for the help aud sympathy to~  which be is entitled. Ue will go on  bearing thc load, no doubt, unless he is  overwhelmed by disaster, but he will  recognize that it is a load, that he has  somehow been cheated when the wedding cards were dealt, that tho whole  business ls unfair and marriage Indeed  a failure. Such a woman, little girl,  doesn't measure up to the standard of  a wife. She has sacrificed her opportunity and traded future, hnpplness for,  present gratification. I want my!  daughter to be her husband's partner,  to share and share alike in the burdens  as well as the joys of life.' That's the  kind of a wife your mother Is, God  bless her! And that's the kind of a  wife that makes marriage a,.^successj  unless the man in tbe case is a dod-  rotted Idiot '  Wife as Financial Manager.  The average woman is a better manager In small things than the average  man. In the financial affairs of tbe  household she can matje a dollar go  twice as far as be can if she wants to  do It and puts her mlud ou It Bhe Is  better at driving a bargain, bas a clearer understanding of values and a great-,  er respect for tbe peuuy as a uutt of  measurement ,.When a man gets this  fact into hts bead, whon he' learns' that  sbe not only desires to help hlm, but ls  to be trusted with the puno 6trtngs,  ho is pretty likely to make use of her  talents and let her share tn tbe expenditure of the salary. Many a man  Is so  impressed  with the financial ability ot  hts wife and his  own lack of It  thnt he turns  over ull of his  earnings to her  and ls a greater  gaiuqr Any "the"  U-imsactlou. Bnt  such a shifting  of respond HI i.v  Is hi tisolf a cou-  Swppote ttuit he tflw������fi'8slou of went:-  V-vii half Mt talaru. uess or Incapability und, besides, place.; an unfair loud  on the wife. The butter plnn la bused on  the idea of equal partnership, equality  of income, equality of expenso and  equality of profit Tlmt |h to tftiy, M  him divide his sal-try with' his wifo,  each nssuine rcspJtislhility for half of  tbo flsed expeuscs of the household,  and each have the riclit to speud or  save his or her share of jthe remainder  without question from the other. That  gives the wll'o 11 dc'iiuito stjindlug In  tbo economy of the h������imchold; It makes  ber flnaucliilly lnde(M>ndent nnd at tho.  samo timo places an obligation upon  ber which sho Is not likely to Ignore  That's the way" I'd llko to see you  nnd Wllll.'im nrrnug-? your affairs, because I know by my own t'Xiwrlencu  ns woll n������ the '*������x|K������rleuce of other 1  that It la the mtrcnt .-nnd to ttuUfieutf-  onco snd lu'cmw It \nom<itou that mu-  Hotel  Vic;toria, S. C,  Tbo llatos aro Lower than otht'r  firwt.phtRs hotoln, with Aecouio-  liatioti Snjwrior to many.  K00111* witli or without bath.  Amoricau Plan  11.60  to 92.50,  pi������r day.  Kuropean Plnn,   Rooms only,  .50 to 11.50, p������r dnf.  Freo Btw.  sthphbn aofi-ss  King of ������eoteb Whiskies.  The HUDSONS' BAY OO  8ole Asentt for B O  tual respect and confidence which*  When associated with love, form the  basis of married happiness.  Of course I dou't know, tnj\de������.r.  what William's attitude may be. Some  men find It inigh^* hanl to cough up  any part of their Income even for  household expenses, let alone pl������  money. But, taking it for granted thai  he's tbo kind of a hairpin I think he ts  and willing to do the square thing by  you -ndieu he learns what Is tbe sqiuna  thing, lefs figure a little on yonr end  of tbe seesaw. Suppose that he gives  you half of bis salary afcd he earn  "now, darling," or "sweetness," * or  "bunch o' roses"-tvhatever it l* be  ^ftlls you^ wben bis dinner fits htm wWl  ���������"now, you pay for the provisions, tlie  laundry und tho help, and all you have  left you can spend for clothes or anything else you wnnt, but you mustu't  exceed your allowance, and If you '.ua  save some of it all the better. I'll pay  the rent the fuel tbo light and all the  otber expenses, with the same un !,������������������������>  standing as to the leavings.". Sup''^**  be does this, what are you going to do?  Let me give you a few pointers.  Iu tbe flrst place, don't have a chart**  accouut anywhere. It's mighty convenient, but it's also mighty erpeushv.  A dollar in cash will go a good Uaal  further than l0������,ecnt-< on the grocer's'  books. You ciUft'buy wherever yo;j can  get the most for yonr money, so.*:n>  things at one plnco, some things'nt Da-  other. You are ia a,position to take  advautage of nuy genuine bargain*?  that may be offered anywhere. At t'-*3  same time you always know exact),-**  where you stand. When you. run a.i  account you don't know what yo'i'ra  up against until the bill comes In tho  first of the, month, uud then It's nhva *  more than you expected. If thev's a  mistake or an overcl������rge yon can bav������  It corrected at once if you are pnylu-f  cash: If you aro doing business, oa  credit you probably won't know any- "  thing about tt at all.  Where the Economy Lies.  In the second place, do yonr own  marketing so far as you can. It's tlie  only way to be reasonably sure tli.-it  you are getting what you pay for. it  gives yon*an-opportunity to see what  Is In the market nud to make better  selections. Mor������  than that, tt  teaches you '>  recognize rulwt  and it gives you  uu.knaM(aQge_JiC_--  biuuan. niiii:i'������  you couldn't acquire In a hundred years by  sitting In yuiif  boudoir nncl :;!-  mono readin*.- .-in  Indiana novel.  A knowledge ni  iiumun nuti;[e iu  mightj' vslmii K:,  iny dear, \xtf\ -vt  Bill'sworMim f(>rvou.\~,t)i-..A'j)y ii. -.nA,  ness at homo as iu business du.cu-  town; the only trouble Is Ihe more ymi  know about It the loss-you like it At  tbo same timo tho more you know about  bumon nature tho better you like Uto  cosh system.  TWo-tblrds of tbo economy ot the  household Is In tlie buying; ihe oilier  third is In tho uso of what you lmy.  Tbe lust oven more thnn tbe first requires experience, and It Is itxpctV  ent'0 that must bo mostly self gulitcd,  but your mother can bolp you a l������t  If you will let bor. I f������"ew������ I've iNi'd  more tbau you want io rwad fllc/ut  ���������ponding and mi������hty little about ^n'-  lng. Tboro Isn't much to say slvutt  ttvlag, As old John Sherman f..*<1 1  ���������bout specie pay mon ts, "Tbe only tin/  to resume Is to rosowe." So wltb Kin*.  lngr-tho only way to wve Is to m; -9*"  Don't stint Tboro is n brosd -difference between stinginess and ocm>������m.<.  Dress as prettily and ss stylishly 1;*  you can, havo oil tho comforts nud  luxuries yon can properly afford, '-nr  keop within your allowance and <il*  wsys nim to bare a murgln at tho ������>tij  ot tbo w-ftok,  Whether It's bit or little, hav a  margin, aud tbau you are -jlwiiy,** 1 t  tbo snfo sido, also tbs wvlnir Ai>,  Put the miirginn <iwny mmi-wherp -A"0  bank's Uio bost plsts-und keep ;ii.*"i.  Don't touch yn������r savings for sttv-  thing bnt actual n'j������������f*ity, snd if It  should como to thnt yonr old <'<il  would liko to bo cnnmiltod.  Now, my Uttlo girl, this !������ a mlghrt  prosy subjtfot, Mnybo ll's <|l������t������s(������fnt.  but yon wnnt to remember tlmt Wt*'a  downtown in his shirt sleeves warkl<i������,  working for you, and IV* a doire."tel  prosy business, ton, taking it by U>*".t.  Hut his lovo fills It wltb poetty. ������������������.<* *���������<*���������  your lovo for hlra mr meave imn"-<r*  tara, or wltatover tboy fell th*m, nt** -t  tbe dollars and eenla, tho toll rtut  tbe trouble noil Um tears of hnmmhH t  economy. I'ut tlie poetry Into It bun-  ay, put tbe pootry- Hut, m*** wbt.%,  thara'a my train, floodbyl Your ������|.  fwtJoDBto dad, JOHN KNKKi).  tlmi* TttrmtmteA C\\um.  It china Is a>o������.mt������l with ������oH It  ���������hould sever bo wusbed with aoep, i* ���������  It haa ������ dulling effect and after a tlut ���������  eauaes the Hit to nib ott.  Hot wntei-  does no hRrm.   It 1s hetter a-itt, n<-it  If no ralnwnter be bandy, tt Is an  easy matter to boll It well, then 10  dues H to the proper toutporntttro. T<  ���������of ter the dryltif cloth th* bHtat,   ti������i>  It flio moment the articles art* out r>"  tbe water, aaya an eschaoye. To rin <**  lu fold water la to retard tbe drytn t  Beatdea, many cniclu In eblua atv o<>*  to the tuddea pta������g������ from hot to tn������4 |*Mfl��!->��K5SSa*fias8^
i VS.    /"""���*.�� �� A
THE NEWS,- CmiBERL^ID, URITISH COLUMBIA
Vi/
\.t.Je
So mag tbis Sttrteimas _t>e a ��wb one to sou,
t>npp$to man^'Riorc Yvl^clbapiniiese depenbs
-_.^i?C-e t.tappicrtban tbe
on vou,
' last.
BO tu..�� <<t��
Stoddart, the Jeweler
NOTICE.
All accounts due me must be
paid to Mah Ten, who is authorized to conduct my business au-.l
collect my accounts during my
absence in China.
MAH TAI LKH.
n26-2
KOTICE.
THE DATE for receiripg tenders for
Pablic Building, Ladysmith, B. 0. hus
been extended to Monday December 3,
1907,
Plans and specifications can be  spou
"and forms of tender obtained ot tbie J)ts
partment on application to tbe Postmasf-
. er at Ladysmith, B, C. and to Willi-un
_H?rfder^n~Stjperintondins~-ATehit��:ct.r
Victoria, B. C.
By Order,
1'RED GELTNAS,
��� Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 27,1907
���-"������-    '     -���'        ="---         --
Land Act.
Victoria Land   District
i [strict  of   Rupert.
T:ik*p notice thnt Alva Maloney, ot
Ceiitmlir., Washington, U. S. A., oeoupii-
j tiou T inber (.'miser, intends to apply
for a -p i-ial timber licence over the following *1:..-ui-ibod lands sita>>t��d in the
vn'iniiy of Salmon River imd iu Rupert
Dibtriut. Vnna* uver Island.
1 --Oiii'itoiicinx nt a post planted a-
bout 80 ol.iiin-i west of the south onsl
Lv>r*.)t>r of surveyed lot number 222 Rupert Dit-iAn'���'<: thence S'.uth 16l�� uLuiiut
tiii'iico w.:>i iO chains theuco uorth 160
chuiiiH 1 Loi;!'- enet 40 chains to the point
o' cmmiii'iH-.'iuent.   - -
2-C'.uimenoic<?at a post t-liinted a-
bout lio ��ii lins weat of the w.uth e.iBt
corner of vj rvv> ed let number 'USA thenci-
south 1G0 clmi- b tbenee west 40 chains
the-noe n>>rih 160 chains thence eaut 40
chuiiw topcint of fommenctment.
^-3���Goio��if ii.:ing-ut.a pt Bt_.planted_1&L
ohai!}.*) ww;! nf tiie south enal corn r of
surveyed lot 'Z2;Z ti.ence tiouih 160 chains
theuce went io chains thence north 160
i-huiiis th.u.o en��t 40 chains to the
point of Ci'iiimfttiot-jnant,
i��� CininneiMjiutf Ht a post planted a-
bout 21*0 c nius xvesl of tho o<*uth east
corner of ttirvoyed lot 222 tbeuce. south
HU chain i theuce west 80 chains theuce
north KO rlmins th'-uce east 80 ohaiua to
the poni <>f coimnt-nectueut.
Dated Si j.timber 28rd, 1907.
r>-Commeticiutfat a. p*st plnnted n-
Iwut 120 chain's south of the nonth east
oun.or of Kuiveyed Int22*2 thci.ceoa��t 1(10
uhiiiuK thence* smith 40 chaina thonce
'.vcat ItiO ohains ilienot' north 4o chains to
t he point of c mineucemo'nt,
C Commencing ot a pi>st planted a-
bont lOOcliaius snath ot tbo south cast
itnnior of wirveyed lot number li'i'i thonco
cunt 100 chaina tbonoe souih 40 chains
tlmnci wohI llio chains thenco north 40
chain* tu tli>< poiut of coiaiaeneonient.
7���l/'omneiiojng at a post planted a-
iiout KJUclminssouth of the south bast
ft truer nt mirveyed int uumbci -iW thenoo
thenw wi-'t SO chuiiiH thence soulh 80
ulmiim Uioiicn east 80 olminn thai ce north
no- ohi.int, in iim point of commoiiourocnt,
LAND ACT.
' IT       ,
Form of Notice*
"Victoria Land District.
District..^ Rupert.
Take notice tbat I Otis Davis, of Ever-
ott, Washington, U. 8> A. oooupat
ion logger, intends to apply for a speoi.l
timber licence ovor the following deBuiib
���id 'lands: -
Commencing-at rt post planted nbmil
m tiilofj distant nnd in a north-westerly
dilution from the mouth of Salmon Riv
or and tho wost boimiinry of Lot ;**>�����
Vancouver Island in the south shoro of
Johnptono Struts awl Iti degrees sou tli
of Vfp-it of Vork Wand and 22 degre ii
v;��bt *���( hi)itth of ,\emt) Island thenco
roii'U- iV.>n.y obaiiu ttu-nce west sixly
ohains thence north foily chains theuciv,.   H-V minoiifinjrnt n'post planted a
west nighty chains thenoe north foity
chuius more or,less to bench tbenee aoutli
��-a^t��rly alonff boaoh to place of i-mimen-
ceuiciit and uoutuiuiiitf U-iU uca*s diuio nr
lout).
Otih Davin.
Hlnked Novembor 23rd, J907.
Take notico thnt I, Otis Davis ot Kv-
���orelt, WsNhlnjrton, V. H, A,, occupntkm
logger, inUmdt to apply for a spoon I
timber Hccnoo over tbi following ik-ia-rib
ml Isnili:-
Conuncncinfr (���* �� pt.'d* planted nb-mt
��lio and ono half tnihw imi'tb weaturly
fruta fr'��iii the m����utli vf Haluion Jtiv.-r
an ' wotorly buuiidar> of Lnt !Ki4 Vuu
uouvhi iaiaint <���� >������'< ��-w-i>i, Ain,* ul
Jnt-^Uim* Htralln du>* innnh of J-f����< h*
Ian1 UiuiiCfl south forty i-iniiiii, thivn'e
wost fcrly Obains tlifinco nortb foit>
cnains tbwiwrt wi��st dj.'lay irhaius thence
Siorth forty chains Miciu.. wi����t fmt)
(1 ''ti tiMic.��u'irt,h f'irly ,ltiiinHUi)reoi
. i.n inmiii tbeuce w-itli*i*t��*rl)'a'ong
>".eaiit U' nil! *(�����.'. iMtMUU'iir.-auilt OUtStli
Ml'' I'll; ,ii'n��.i MO* i" "I   i-ne.
I)l,i   J'ltVi
��� 'i.tntui .-iiiitiiiurt wiiu,
NOTICE.
13  THK   (.jeVSTY Ct.t'RT OF Na^'AWI')
ij   1DKJ,'   M' Cu.MMJi��l��\.VD.
In Probafe;-
INT THE MATTER .*MI,�� OtlViiij Ad-
s.-.i' iKtr;it-.if\ Ao , :& Uiu'^'oods ot Uuiu-
lea Kish'.rd Uaidrid; it-ceased.,
UPON the application ��.f Paul Phillips
Hui-.isnn counsel fnr \\'i;ii,:m Wesley
Willard, Oilichd Adminibtriitor of part of
tho County r>f Nanaimo, i.nd upon rei.d-
JD; tlie aflidavits of Thomas C. Dauxm,
William Wesley Willard, Lawrence William Nuiine, Margaret Nuuns, Pan Phii-
iip�� liarrisuu filed this day aud the ix-
hibile thereto annexed, the cemlioi.le of
death and tlio copy ��� f the will f tht*
��ai,l Ci):.rles Hishard iJardrick, tiled this
day . *  ���
IT IS, ORDERED that tho said cojiy
<if the snid will dated Janwry 2(itli,
1898 A. 1). be admitt'.-d to piobale i��id
that pr��b,Hte thereof'be isuiiedt, the
said Willi.uu Wes.ey Wilinrd official ad-
miuistrator ut'oresaid wiih the said copy
tliorcto aunexed.
A4ND I dn further order that this order  be published iu   the   Uuiuucrland
^EW8.'
"E.HAURUSOH."
Co  L't. J-
Dated tho 6th day of Diccnibcr, 11)07,
17 1-2-2
NOTICE.
In the Codjjtv Court op Nanaimo'
it. Lins ax Cviiav.ut./kXi).
IN TilK A3.ATi.Eu of Bim U uig
vli-ceuwid, lacnuite, i
AL\i) J iS THE MATTKlt of the
Uilic:al Admniimraioi-'a act, November
z-iiti, iyu7.
L:i��uii loading the affidavits of William
Wesley Wiihad it ij oidered .that  W 1-
iiam Wt-niey Willard, Oliioial .AdiuiniM-.
tralorfor part t.f tht; County ot JS'anaiuio
��uali bu'��i.miui.-*tca(H>r of all and (siugular
the fe'oodb   ca. tiut-i Did  ttlecis. of Shu
-lIoti>^ue!-^ia^-Jiud^Luut���thiiL4J��dt!J_bti
pubi.shed li th/' vJumbuiiuiid Newu.
N "K. llAamso.N"
Co.Ct. J,
Ho int* allow-
���.ii of space
Jj.r. xiiif. A, 'i.,ii.t,ii -.ti- 1 - fi.'���
Cm bcJi'la id "ti Fridm t<�� uelive:
his litt. ��� b')ok!-d* S-Tii^ <t;Mii "f the
Pacilic." ' Accor-iiii.-' -o ili*.* 'iiuan
cial support wliic-.ii lie .received.
From C 'inox-'di-tn^ch'.) !
ird tlie dibii-fct a",iri'*'art <i
ami the write-up is tu-jst o.\"e!!*!Uir.
No resilient of ('o.ijox ,vu!!f*y need
be a.>)iaiti(.'(l to hi'iul di'.o enrft to a
friend for Cliristtpiii-'witli u view
ul a-.lvcfiisiiin- lite diatiict. Tht*
booklet is in ev. ry respect a ci\dit
0 tbt* jdiblif.-Jier and should ^ivo n
further thirst to readers from u
distance fur in formal io;i about the
districts mentioned.
 -^.	
Inspector Orosbie of Vaneoitver
paid a visit to the local ir.nV last
week and found tlie institution un
dec the able management of Mv.
A. 13. Netherby in a pi-, spi.-ron.--.
condijioe. lie was accompanied
hy Jdiv, Crosbic.,
Dr. D E. Kerr, donfi.4 wiil.' e
in town on his ro<j[(ilar visit to
Cumberland and vicinity an Ay in
January. The exact dale will appear later.
OTSTS^S2SES3SISJmS2SSSS!m!2SS
Draft control���perfect
draft control, that's one
k thing you'll like about
this range.   Specially big fire door
hasaii extra draft
slideattop.   In- j
side that slide
there's a shield
[that carries the
draft DOWN
I under the fire
���and up again.
62s
IXFORD^-,
���A-SteeJ Plate ^^'
JZaqge
Burns 	
either wood or coal with
real economy, because the
draft system is always
under your control���easy to)
handle as to set a clock
ahead or back, Big copjper-
lined   reservoir,   utilizing
There's no
range that gives
you so much kitchen
comfort for the money���
so much certainty that it
WILL cook right and
can't   help but BAKE
right   Won't  you
call   and   see   it?
1
n
Al
,-JJ
���n
i
heat other  ranges  waste,
gives an always ample supply^
of hot-water, ���more economy
and more convenience. You really1
ought to see this range, ���it's
so handy in every detail.
issaonassss
TEE GURNEY FOUNDRY CO.,
Limited���Toronto Montreal
Hamilton       Winnipeg
Calgary     Vancouver
for Sale by Magnet Cash Store, S^le Retali Agents.
1?
Mr. Gus irarder who Ims been
operator at Union* liny fur t?oiu<
time has-givt'U'. up liis position ami
intends taking np the study of law
in Califoriiia in-the near future.
-<t._
Thero is talk of several busbies*-
changes'i'n tho city in the near
future.
Capital. 33,9t 0,0h0
.Ku.sERVE,-f-l)39tl)000
Cf CANADA.
Assets,   ��45,400,000 .
Dep sits, ��8*J,400,tO0
xjiit'JDOifhitinH aouth o-f tho dourh oust
coruoi' ii' 1 itrvtyed lot number 2'Z'i tlienuo
<!',i;it IU!' r',',-,\*y, thfrtce south 40 ohaluH
tlioatu ,vi*ri 100 ohaius thenco north 40
oluiin' t< iln>|>i!ihteif oiimuieiioaaieiit.
I)nli".l.*',.'>:..t��ml)or 2-4 Hi, 1W7.
Alva Maloney.
��>��".l��ii u,�� ��� ni
NOTP i IS HERKBY GIVEN  tha
ihe wiiflcrrijied have made Application
Tor iloitl Liquor Licence! under the
���uovi'.ion*. 'if die ilattitei in th.it beli.tlf;-
Rcftcwaln
Samuel c. DavW, Union Hotel, Union,
| H. l'ik<*f, Spring Inn Hotel.Cnmnx Rd
i>. H, KtJ'Imtr, Rivemide Hotel, Caurt-
fn.tv,
Joint  R. j linston,   Courtrniy Hotel,
Cuiiitcnny,
,s. J. Chi*,v, i.orne H����eli Comoi,
j. ' '.-ii a it.iiiiic*, rwi ain��>w ������
i.'n.t...
���1100 buyn-100 ncree   timeii rnwh, <.
mllegfrora C>urUijBj'.
Ten yeara from now it will b��.
iulcwViH,' toj'utt to lutow whit
you looked like, ("<hri*tniit��, 10*��7.
F^Jte th* pfi'>t'*f��rnipli��r i# )i��-r��-
now to enable you ��i��j'*y ?l��at
pleasure then.
FOR $MH ���Tb* fine ie*��d��uce ot Mr.
T. X. Rate, situated at the coiner �������
! t.-.t;;*��� a.  irUonald, Elk Ho��el,fomox
I���*'.... ila.oi-iiiey, Wilton H����el, Union
hiy.
f-'rvrr ft it <h��n. Nel��o�� Hotel, Union
It tv.
w. F. Hnnnmt, Valmr Hotel, Union
Tlu* Uok.I of Ltcenre C��n��uiM}'��ncr*
*iii nx-ft ut i .miider ibe above nnplirat-
���-w V;-A-\y thr ffttfc Hey of Decern-
���"���i, 19 ���:, <i tlie l��*��r of * pt n** *t lhe
I >*������--i nt t umbtrtand thii fhe t7-h ol
N*.*.r1i**.l.-.i ufy*.
NOTICE!.;.,
In The County Court of Nanatmo
lil'LUEN AT CUMUlCKLAND. . ''<'-
I.N TUK MAT'i'KPv of Chow-IIiiiife
j0C('(li?��l,  IliU'JtH O.
JiSl) IN THE MATTER ot-ftiii
I'tllcuil mluiinifitrutur'rt Act, Novemltor
22ucl, 1007. '
Uiion r> iidiaj; tho alU'hivitHof \VilliHm
Weafoj WiJhinl it is ordered thnt Willium W��*HH��y Wi lard, i illoial ii-Juiiiiititru-
tor forjiurt of :hu 0-uuty .of Naiiiunia
Kiiall be uciiiiinittlriitu' of nil nml biiigui.
ar ifMi'lfMilmMolH nml oUbota of Chow
Hut'i;daouiiMod iirid that (IiIh ordor bt-
pitbliwhi-d itl t..o Cunihei-laml Njmh.
"Ji Hai:r[��,n"
Co, Ci. J.'
UAND'REGISTRY ACT
NOTICE
The Court of rcv>rji*ion, for the Mun-'
i'tipality of Cuntbarbiti'1,11�� revise the
yotdre'Li^tof tho year lfloS, will nawt
tii the City Conn il.Cluuabere t-ri Pat
urdny, Becerabor, 21st. 1007, at'7 30 p.
ni.".
ALEX MoKINXON.
City CMk.
Cumborlnnd, Pec. 3, 1907.
The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada
will be pleased to serve those
who   believe   in
Saving    Money
and placing it where it will earn Interest.
Interest Added Four Times a Year in-Savings Bank.
-ifi
Ar
';
J ArBrNETHERBYT^*^��� r="~
94>94>9<>9+<>9-w99999w-$9* ������������������-^������������^���������^������^������^ .
ly.III'K BIATIERof nii" applloat-
i'Hi for ii duplii!Ht' oi'itillfitito of ti le
to Loi 8, Rlook 0 (M;ip tm) Towu of
Cuinborliiuil, It, 0,
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN that
it in tay iiiti.nllou nt thuoirpiniticu of ouo
moiitli front tho first puhliijitUun liorcof
to l*iHiio ndupIioiilfiiKitittoataof title to
sin.I Lot IsHuo.t to Morcy C, I >iivih on tho
lilh day uf Doceitilwr, l^'W, and numbered liWC.
D��t'"l at th*1 Lnnd   Rt>irl��try Odlce,
thin Itfth day of P combor, HK17.
b, y, wocvrroN,
Retfiatrnr Gonoral.
17-12
Coniox A*��ejssment
District.
NOTICB'18 HKREJJY GIVEN thut
h C<*tu*t of lieyistoii mid Appeal undo
thu proviNlona of tho AiWHRrnen Act. vp-
Hpt'CtitiK tha AsHO��*m��'nt Roll�� for thi'
yriir L0('8; wi'l ho hold for the Coniox
ARiesumont' DiBtrlut nt the Court Hon**'
Cumberland, on '1 Jiiuaday, 19i)i Peoetn-
ber, 1907, nt 11 o'clook ia tho foi*noon.
J-hnUnlrd,
JJej.-uty A*<808Bor.
K.AIDA
Merchant
TAILOR
LADIES* TAILOU-MADECOSTUMES A SPECIALTY
SUITS mADE TO   OIROER AND
IN ANV STYkE YOU CUISH.
"PERFECT .FIT' GUARANTEED.
Prices Froia 920.. to $40.
GU M'llERL AND,
����� i>-����ei*<m*w ea>m**mmm*m
B/'C.
P, PHILLIPS HARRIS08
riarrltwter* and SoHcltrf
nnd
Notary Public
Oonveyanutntf
Oumlierland    10,
MAKK  YOUR WANTS   KNOWN
rnXOCGI!   COT.I'MNSOF   NRWf.
1
e'OU HALK -IHO noroH, 00 noron chopped
nnd about 10 ninea oleared. lli��h land
nnd oxoellont pnalare laud, Tvrtua onn
be arranged to suit.
Shocii-
Thcrc aro many things that
enn "wait" this month better than those new slices.
Yon mn no rislc of purchas-
*n�� yrtur new -shoes from J.
N, MeLeod,  The prices nre
The oplrndld Pi rrla-ron Rtnliioii
������JUST  41784n
(Color, Dny., Wfight, W75)
Recently purchased by the Comox Hor^e Breeders' Association
from McLaughlin Bros, Columbus, O., will stand for service at
t li'r etnhle of
B. CrawFoud, Comteiihy.
Terms,   $HS Insurance
Mar-on sent from a dbfnnco will ho fed
and enred for at renHoanblo rates llll aafo
Just Arrived
A fino Line of Plush   Rugs,
also Suit   Cases   suitable   for
Xmas Presents
to bo found at
Willard's
Harness Emporium,
Cumoeiland, B. C,
J. A* Fraser
Tdrtaorlal Pari ���*>?�����
For a good eicuu Juvc, an*, .v-
Rioufsois the QuAUTvr "Pto-date hair cut this is the
place,
CAMPBELL'S
.TUilNOVERS, TARTS,
0HEK8R CAKBB,
FRUIT eaUAUEB
2Sct* per doc.
il
(BEAM PUFF8,...,30o doe,
��>
<>
MEAT PIES
Bvery Saturday
3 for 30c
BAKERY
JOHN THOMSON,
������������������������������������������������������������������������������M��M��MOmW��
BUTCIHIEIR; SHOP.
Do yott want a Christinas Turkey?     Order from us
We will have tht fnithi uu thc market,
Comox Co-operative Society,
F AITKEN, Mtntser.
tweryiiiiutf i'Unt'Clase.
Mr. Jl. Rose Napier has return-
���.1 from taking a special conwe
in Work Tolnt Darracke, Victoria
in connection with his militia coin
tiiienion Mnd in looking woll.
FOR SALE-10 ecrre ����od lend In Co
mitabto for cliteken raaeb.
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POR SALE���A farm of \6q
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