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 /  s  il  THE  NEW,  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox LHstricti  The News, Seventeenth Yeau,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,     TUESDAY,; NOV.   17, 1908  X^P,.|A;  \*.  SUBSCRIPTION  Go to the <Big Store  before buying your Winter Suit  TAKE A LOOK  at our "Sovereign" Brand  CLOTHES  The kind that keeps far, far away from oldfogyism, styles  that are as full of snap as a fire cracker. The handiwork  of intelligent men who have made a life study of tailoring  Suits Ranging from $10 to 20.00  Also examine our fine line of Overcoats and Raincoats, Priced from ������8.00 to ������20.ooV  We are showing a very np-to-date line of knitted fan  cy vests and sweater coats.  SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.  John t. Lidsto^e, Mgr. Cumberland Branch.  "~^nrnBerland7~BTCT  Dunsmuir Avenue  isniiiiMtitiiv^^  MAROCCHI BROS  \  GROCERS   8i   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Uniou Brewing Company's BEKR aud  PORTER,      Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors������  SECOND    STREET  I?  You oan Easily Afford  To Get Good Butter.  TPrkr\*fcKcin   "NTnlflc     indulged iu  some wild'kicking.  J? ooiDan an oueb. TIldr foi.wards took a loilg liMje  to get into the game, but  they  In fact you can't Afford to have any other.  The Pure, Delicious Creamery ntul Dairy Butter wc sell will  Rh'e yon satisfaction every time.  You can depend on it. We are  now offering very choice Butter  iu 14, 28 ttttd 56 lb boxes ut 33c,  per lb, or per single lb at 35c.  Fresh K{jj>s are hard to procure,  we can, however, recomtned our  Selected Case Eggs at 350 u dor.  YOURS FOR QUALITY.  <���������*  J. McPHEE 8t SONS,  Dunsmuir Avenue  Cumberland, B. d  'i^WnST lJK^T"l^"^l!illPtt'l'l'TVC,Wj|'% T"'  APPLIOATION FOU WHOLE.  BALE LIQUOR LIOENOE.  NOTICE u licroby given Umt  nt llie next tiwttnw/if tbff Ll/wiee  CoinmiMioner* 0/ the City ot Citin-  JierUtid, I Intend to apply for a re  newal of wholesale Irqnor licence  held by me, 'United on lot   I'i,  tlockT* Cututwhuul towtiaite.  Fim** fk*ArA*im.  Ihtvd lOOi- day of Nor. Iim,  APPLICATION FOR WHOM*.  8ALE LIQUOR LICENCE.  NOTICE i* hereby glum tout  at tlio tu*xt meeting of tho Llomioe  VoiuttiimotU'rH ot the City of Cum-  Wland. I intend to apply for n  renewal of tbo wholesale liijnoi* li-  eonee held by me. nituntcd on lot  15, block flt t'timhorhnd fow*������������ffe  Jon* Maroctiii.  Dated lOih, dav of N������v. VM  The Mixtures aud No. 5 faced  each other for the third time in  the final for the Cumberland  aud District Cup. on Saturday,  The Mixtures played the same  eleven as did duty for them in  the last game. No, 5 had one  change, by Reese displacing G.  Brown iu the forward rank.  There was quite a large crowd  of spectators present wheu thc  teams lined up. No. 5 again  lost the toss and kicked off toward the top goal. The Mixtures  soon took the game iu hand and  held the upper hand throughout  thc first half. The Mixtures de  fense played   a  splendid game  and seldom let No. 5 out of their  own half, but tho forwards lost  several good chances by bad  shooting, or hanging too long on  the ball. Thc fust half ended  with the Mixture.* leading by  oue goal to nil, On pluy iln-y  were value for a bigger lead and  had the forwards played tip to  the standard of the defense they  would have had a three goal lend  After ft few minutes1 rest the  teams begnu agaiti and give and  take play was the run of thejjume  for the first fifteen minutes of  thc second half. No, 5 then began to take a bigger share of the  game, and their forward rank  played a pretty game, their   foi-  .....(���������fit' rvMl'lMiniirr ������������r<!l  IViri'.i'j \ht* init fit'trm  No. 5 were all over the Mixtures]  and it was seen that it   was only  a case of could the defense hold  o.it.    Frceburn and McNeil weie  IMt Ol^   A   IIH-IJ   Lllll. .....|   Mj'i   - ��������� ".  5 forwards cut until the last two  minutes of the game, when Stith  ei Innd pulled the game out of  the fire by pulling the ball out of  Walker1* reach. The game end*  cd with the score equal, tnx f,ti.\\  each. No. 6 were a trifle lucky  to make a draw, when it takt ������s a  team nu hour to get into their  htri'U, they tau't always expect  to get off so easy. Tlu y were  certainly hniidic-.ipj-H by VV.  Stftbcrlniid their r;vltin, hiixhu*  iKtr.ii oil lite tick li-l and *>u'.\  taking the field under pre-Mm  Their defrutc **n������ v< rv sl-iw .������!  play pretty football when they  do get set agoing. For the  Mixtures, the defense as usual  played a round gauie and there  is uot a weak spot in that part  of the team. The front rank  was at times very slack, and had  they taken advantage of the chan  ees offered them the game might  have ended with a different result. Referee Stewart held the  game well in hand throughout;  some of the players were inclined  to show a little bit of temper occasionally, but on a whole the  game was very clcau.  The collections  amounted   to  $3500  r~  WE WANT MONEY  YOU NEED THE GOODS  ���������nBIBBMURBBRHI-JMiaittiMtt^^  mmumw*mVmvmwm  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 SS20 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 on November pay-day  Mifflfl'iMiniBIUMIIfltl  J.N.  Dnhsmnii* Avenue,  ��������� 1'  flcLEOD.  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  J  P. Phillipps-' Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERAND, B. C.  n ������'ii      /"* *     tcoalcf not have  been started for  DenCTlt      UOnCert '"ore than tenor fifteen minutes'  ������������������������*������������������ I before being discorerod by Mr,  The benefit concert given in a'd Nunns.    The building is a wood-  of theUnion  & Coinox  District  Hospital ori Monday evening.* tin  en two story one, tho lower part  used as a Poet Oflice, and the np-  ler the auspices of Benevolence' par portion  by  P. P.   Harrison,.  Temple, No, 0, Pythian Sisters,  drew a large audience, notwitli  stttidftig tho inclemency "'of the  barrister, and owned by Mayor  Willard. Quite a number of papers and letter* wero destroyed.  wonther. An oxeellent programme'Th* fire ������n������st !>������*������ been-- *>t an/in-'  was provided and-was highly on-jcondiary nature, as no fire was in-/  tertnining  it   being    principally side of the building whon   Mr.  composed of uew talent. Mr. Jas, ���������Nwn'us loft the night  before, no  Abrams  officiated  as  chairman. I"?^11 res'*, wpon anyone up t<r  Tho ladies wholiad charge nro to I e  congratulated in making it the siu!-  cess it was, A very enjoyable dance  followed, bringing a moat success*  fill evenings entertain mont to a  close.  Tho ladies of tho Holy Trinity  Church ure giving tt meat ������np|x<r  in connection with 11 nalo of work  Tuesday Dec. 1st 1008,  'ri'lltftr  fi'MIMl'**  BIRTH-f)��������� Thui'Mlny, Nov.  12th, to the wifo of F. J.Dnlliy.a  a daughter.  Vancouver, Nov. 10.r-Lieumu-  niit-Cjovuruor Dtiniiiiuir is u vini.  lni' hero today, H������ arrived tlii*.  morning from Victoria. Ilo will  officiate at tlm opening of the  Miiiitai-iuuittt TruiKjiiille tonurrow.  A  Daatardly   attempt to  ������et  fire to the Po������t-Of-  flue*  Sometime Hearing tho hour of six  o'clock, Saturday morning, nn tv*  tompt was made to ������ot liro to the  PoHt-Olllee by throwing matches  or other lighted uiittorinl into the  receptacle for paper* and letters  kept inside tho front door. Post-  mauler Nunns coining down for  thu purpose of sending oif Saturday morn ing* ii umi I discovered  tlio front part of llm building in  lluineH and burning quite fiercely;  he wa.i fortunately al-l,t to txtin  gnihh llm blaze without the aid of  tho   fiio JepHitmerit.     Tho   fire  the present timo.  The 13. C. Telephone Company,  as will bo seen by an advertisw-  ment elsowliere, is calling for tenders for poles to be used between  hero and Purksville. The company intend giving a first-class  telephone service between here and  Parksville, and between Parksville  and Comox. A central exchange  will be established at Parksville  and courtenay.  This ia au entirely new line mid  It is ouo that under proper management will ho woll patronized,  The Dorvice will be of grent bom-  fit to Xituaimo nud inti*.rmeilii.ie  points aud will abo be of convenience to |HHiplo living aloug tho  line who will connect up with it.  That the II, C, Telephone Company hits Mien fiit to ojien a nowr  lino 011 the Inland is evedunce that  the corporations are looking for-  wnrd to much development in this  xeutiuii of the Inland In the noar  fm 11 re; -Free Press.  i GET READY for WINTER  Ihe cold weather wiil soon be upon us, aud the careful person is now preparing for it,   -We have prepared for your wants.   We have���������   I  -^���������.-TV-  Men's Suits*   Overooats*  Bain  Coats,  Fanoy Vests, eto.f  We have a Swell Stook of New and Up-  to-Dato fiats aud Caps ������to. for Mezu  fffilflfo  Iu Hoys' Clothing wc have Two Piece and Three Piece Suit* in Tweeds, etc.   In Fancy  Suits we have the Jtijatrr llrowit, and Teddy Ile.ir Styles,  CAMPBFLL   BROS  \mMwl\lrll      Imm/l*m*L*mlm*m taa/rW/W*  ������t'*  DUNSMUin AVEN'J!:  *'* -���������-^4A*e.-: J*".9" *.**"*** l*M \ *  CUM! Cfl'-AND, B. C STTniei'���������- .*(���������.    ��������� ���������    i  'A'.. iSK-aWH'tf^W*:  TO ������KW*- CTOTO^ATO EStlTJtg WTOIlM.  J.^-U.!UL*V  Oainberlaad Mews  issued  Every   Tuesday  by   the  ���������gotftQX   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  .ild  If  Tlii* paper will mit iiolil kso.  responsible for the opinions, of oth,  ers, na mny appear in its columns  fruin "time to time.  i'UEsn.vy,   A-flv, 17,   iaoa  Canadian Forestry Association,  There aro few subjects of greftt^  pr importance to-day hi Civnada  than the preservation qf the country's forest wealth,  Never, probably, has fhe qiies-  iion been brought home to the  people ut large "more emphatically  "timu during the present Season,  iniii-ked as it unfovtnniitely bus  t������ -en by a series of most destrnc-  iive forest fires which have wrought  i">'in{iny millions or dollars' worth  at ibiinage. J-Jon to prevent snch  >lt*\ ������������������.station in future,, how to preserve this groat asset to the country and improve it for future gen  imt ion are questions of pnra-  jut.unt importance, Jt ig timely, therefore, that the study of tjie  fiene.e and art of forestry should  be encouraged uud developed.  To this end a school of forestry  v tn- inaugurated a year ago in the  -t+ri j vers? -ty-of���������Toron -to���������u nder���������thn.  piinoipalshtpof Dr. B R. Femow,  av iio is now, assisted by a. staff ol  fwu lecturers and one asf-istnnt.  Ih*. 1'ViKnv is well equipped fulfils work, being a graduate of the  J'ui'i'St     Academy    at . Sluenden  fiiii   having   received    additional.  ���������Tuiiiitiir al; tho University oi Ko  niigslierg,  Germany,    of   which  country he is a native, For 12  )ears [ 168(1-1808 y hp" held tlu*  position uf phief of-file P"iYi4o.i\  of Forestry iu the l-livitpd' ������tftt������������  Departm< jje uf Agfietvitiire. wlt'clt  bo left ������<> bepop^o l>e*d of tke OuU  lege of Fi.fe������try connwsted wlt>v  Cornell f/iii'yerfciYp. later, after  several yet\rs passed t*s covwftlting  forest y\iginejjrj by orgfu'ijzud the  forestry depiu'twent of the Pennsylvania State College, lenving  there Iftet youv tQ. undertake the  organization of the Faculty of  Forestry at Toronto,  The jinivprsity of .Tforonto confers the dt'gt'oc of Bachelor of  Science iff forestry (B, S. F.),  QbtapiHble ul'ter a four years'  course, and there is a post-graduate degree of Forest IJngmoer of  Fi E., to obtain which a graduate  of the forestry course must have  two yenrs' practical experience arid  stybiltit an approved thesis to the  faculty.  This fall the University of New  Brvvjswiek lias fnagurqted i\ i'pur  years' course in forestry, leading  to the degree of Bachelor oi Science in Forestry B, S. F. The  department has at its head Prof.  B, MiUer, M. A., M.'F., a gr.id  iiate of the Yale Forest School one  of tjie foremost schools of forestry  iii the Uiiiied States.  A third spIjqqI i& about to bees  tablished ip thp Province of Quebec, and (ourses in forestry or pre  paratory  thereto are   offered   in  other u* iyersities and agricultural  \PPJJCATIO$ F0$ IiQTEI^4PPL|CATIQN FOR m*m.  A S������it.i ���������������&���������������������>  ���������ft-i ��������� jv  -"-^"jjn  colleges.  m ** rmmj  PILES  FOR FOUR-YEARS  Only thoae # Buffer fco#.  S ile&c Atk know th& agony, the  urniner, throbbing, shooting,  stabbing {tains wl|K;h this ailment couses  aad the way it wrecksthe suflurcr*a life!  Zam-Buk is blessed by thousands  wbo used to Buffer trom piles, but whom  iti haa oured. One suph grateful pereon  in Mra. JJlizabetlj Taylor of Grcciwood  Avenue, Toropto. Stie says* "For  four long years 1 Buffered acutely from  bleeding piles. During that time iBpent  aa imtueuso amount of mouoy on  'remedies' nnd doctor's I resaiptions  but I got no *ase. Xatn-Bnk was different to everything el-e I bid tiicd and  it cured uie, I iiui grateful for the sure,  and as I Imve never luut piles once since,  I know the cure ia permanent."  Another thankful woman is Mrs, A.  E. Gardiner, of Catclin-i, Trinity Bay.  Sho says: ' 'In my bubo Zam-Buk effected a vouderfui cure. For 12 Year* I  hud been troubled with blind, blcodrag  and protruding piles. I had been using  various kinds of ointments, etc., but  never came across anything to do me  good until I tried Zam-Buk which cured  met That this may be tho means of  Jiolping somo PtifTerer* from piles to try  Zam-Buk is tho wish of one who bos  lound great relief."  EanvBulc U a purely herbal balm and  should be in ever? home I  Cures outs,  barns,  bruisoi,   ecMtna, ulcers, blood-  *    . Itch, coM-soi-c*, ehapucd hands  iwpwvi*  IfO'TlOE i8 hereby given, tfoat  one month from di\te \ intend to  apply to thp Superintendent of  I'rpvinqial Policp, YlPtatfft far ������  renewal of tl������P -Rotfd Licence held  by me for the SpHu-g ?nn Hotel,  situated pn Coino^ Road,  JoHN$L Pl}iUT  Dated 2?th day of Oct., 1908,  UOTIQE ia hpi-fby given that  one montlv froin date | intend to  apply to the Superintpu*teu,t of  Provincial Police, Yiotor-iiv tor a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for the $lk Hfttel ������itnftted  at Como^.  JhteA Hit]} day of Oct.,l(,)08.  Kspimalt ft Nanaimo Ey  APPLICATION  FOR }IQTEL APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  LieeNcE,  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month fro������| date | jote������d to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal qE the Hotel Licence  held by me for the Courtenay llo:  tel, situated at Courtenay B. C.  tlpus R. Johnston  Dated 2Tth day of Oet, ItWSL  LICENCE,  NOTICE is horoby given that  que month from date I intend to  f.pp,ly to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico Victoria, for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by oao for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox. B.C.  J. 13. IIomiks  Pitted 27th day of Oct,A908.  $. "City of Nanairno.'  vioxoiarji.���������cc>������oaE     siotsT^  Sflil. frpin Viplon? Twid-^y, 7 a. ct fp?  Nanaimo, calling; a.t Croftor. kupef  apil Thetis lsliindj wl\en (r������ ,jUt a|  passengers oflppi;.  Leaves Nanaimo Wedpsday, 7 a, vn,^  for Union Uay Ginno* .uni way puns  Leaves Copies* Thursday } a. m-, lo\  V(iipn ikiy ^an^imo aiid way.ports.  I.������.\v?s I^apai^p   frid^y,. 7 ji. -^n., fpr  Union Uay Ccmex and  y-^y porv^  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  ^iinai-jnp anrj way ijorts.  Siils from NanfAimo Sajur^ay, 2 p.m., fprj  Victoria,  *hd all dUeasos and ti juries of tliesUn.  etc: All drugorlFU and .sUires atSOcboi,  or from Zam-Buk Co., Toiiinto, for price.  -^ THE""  JU1cytxcr6i������ocEK for it.  IW-BIU  BROILING MEAT te TOABTINO BREAD.  .'*'"   ..  *���������'   ���������'  "���������������..���������       "i" "1 1 ��������� ���������  .i ".  1      ������ ���������"  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  evenly toasted bread without taxing the  patienpe of the housewife. Thia way is repre*  rented by "Sask-alt^" Range, The reason:  ''Sask-alta" Bange has an Automatic Lift Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Poor; and this team works  for tho operator instead of making  her work,  Another  Wny  A^mw em mammae mm  VOLUNTEER    OtfNTY  &.CT,  190   .  Warning to Purchasers.  T^VERY nfsigiiment of the rti������bt of n  V.J. South African Voluuteor entitled  to nlinuT gantuiu it bo by wny ot np-  piintment of u Mibbtitatecud niifctlibin  tho form (irovideil by the Aot. 1  Speoial uttentum is cuiied 11 Sub-sic-  tion 3 of Secti-m 5 of (be VuluuttpiH  lkmnty AC, U)H8, whioli provbloi thnt im  Assignment if the right of a vo iintcer liy  the iippomtin ut of ��������� 8Ub*litute shall bo  nooopted or rooognizo I bv thu Dopurt-  mentof the I������teri"r which IS NOT BX-  ECUTVAi.) ANI) DATED AKTKlt THE  UATK OF TUK WARHANT FOlt THK  LAND OHANT i ������ued by tho Milliliter of  Militia snd Dnfei.oo iu f������v.*r of the vol-  uuttier,  ,\. W.OUKKNWAY,  CoiiimiiiHionor of Domini n  Land*, Ottiiwii,  28ih Sej.tora' or, 1(X)H,  AIM'UOATION   KOU UOTKIi  IJ'IKNCIC.  NOTIOK is herohy ^iveti thnt  ono month fiMiu drtfc I inteiid to  ������|)(ily to (lie Siiporitifctident of  lYoviiielnl Polico, Victoria for n  reiiewnl of thu Hotol Liwiii'e held  hy inn for tho I'liinu Motel, xitua  tod at Tuion 11. (.!.  Hami'I-:i. C. Daviii  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1H08,  APPLICATION  FOR  IIOTEL  L1CEKQE.  NOTICE is hereby giveu that  oue mouth from dato I mtoud to  apply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal nf the Hotol Licence l\pld  hy us for tho Palmer Hotel situa  ted at Bayne Sound,  Jpfljr R. Johnson.  Ja������K5'3. Day  Dated-8vd_day of Not., 1908.  Api'LJCATrON FOR IIOTEL  ^^~   li^en-ce:���������-^���������  NOTICE is horoby giveu .that  one month from date we intend to  apply to the ^Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  rene^val of the Hotel Licence hold  liy 11s for the Nelson Hotel situa-  ted at Un ion Buy.  Fhaskk fi Iksnov  Dated 3rd day of Nov., 11)1)8.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby givon that  one month from date I intend to  npply to the Superintendent of  Provii ci*d Police, Yh'toria for 11  renewal pf Motel Licence hold by  1110 for the Wilson Ho ol, situated  at Union Ray,  Jno, IIvmpuhkt.  Dnted this Ord day of Nov., 1908,  AI'PUOATION   FOU IIOTEL  LICENCE.  'NOTICK is hereby given that  ono moiitli from date I intend to  npply to thn Jj|ippri|)tt)i)deiit ol  Provincial Police, Victoria for 11  renewal of tlm Hotel Licence held  by hid for tlu* f^orne Motel nitiiu.  ted at Coniox It. C.  Fl.iHll'.Nl!K Maky Cmvkk  Diitod Bid day of Nov., 1U08.  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  ^ FOR  BOYS  The laurels        jaglcher'JStreet  Victoria, B  TH-  Patron and  Visitor,  10Kb  BISHOP  OB"  CO^yMBlA  VAXOOTTVEB - NA!NAtMO - LAD?  ���������3WITB   KQTJTE.  S. S.     <*iOAN."  Satis Irom   Vapfpuycr  fpr   Naiimn*  daily, except Sundajs, at   30 p.^._  Sail^ from   Nanaimo   for   Van ohvj-,.  d:i\iy, -fxceyt b*vnda)sl at 7 n.\n.  ii^nd !|t������8tef.  J. W.'LAINQ, ESQ ,   M. A.,   OXFORD  Atsiett'd by three Grai'.uatts of tb������ Reoog-  m'zed Universities of Great Britain and Can-  Tula-  Moderate terms for boatdeta.  Property conn'sts of five������orw with spaci-  .om suhoot l)uildil>K8, txteubivu lfcrtatii,  g.-uuiids g)'ffii * liutn, fe'udbt eoipi or^^i.*  /.ed.  ATVl.Y TO HKAD MASTF.K.  'STAR' *  Livefy  Stable  Maxwell & Hornal  Proprietors.  H*  ���������������  -HI I Ml  ITEAMSTERS ������nd DRAYMEN  SINGLE and, DOUBLE RK.S  IFor HIRE, ALL ORDERS  ..PROMPTLY  ATTENDED  TO  VANCOUVER-NANAIIiIO -G-^M% ^  UNION.:  ���������������������������a. 8. ftueen City������ (C.P.R.)  Lea 1 tfrnnO'-mtrer. ������uu day, J piji Ar  rivca at Nanaimo, gui.^ay, 11 p. u:.  \i*t\e������ Naaaiino Monday, ? a. ni. Arrives at Union, Mru^ay, \1 a. tn. Aniva  51 Coinox, Jlei.day, 1 p. ni.  I^eave Cou.ox, Sunday, 7 p. m.   Arrive  at Uuioil, Mm.day, ������ p. ni.  ���������Leav6JUuion,J]L8������������ia\U^  ai Nailaiii.o, Tun day, at 11.SO ������..m, ���������  Jbeuves Nanaimo, Tnwtiay,   -\* 1   p, uj^  ^rriye at Yaticouvtr, Tnwdaj, at 5 p.ii,.  CaHing ut \\a)j Ifoits wheu  fiei^lit ev.d,  parscngers ��������� tier.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   ht, \W7.  KOUTH HOUND���������KeBJ   Tiv^i  Willi I J..I. ,������I.M   "II  IMIW"      .IHHII'IIB'^  Passoj.g6i  'iraics  13rd Et, toitolaiA  'T'WW'Wl  Union   :    Hotel  QJb,lmmm"m7il]iL,       C 33A*VTEg, 'FTtOI������������IlJT,  Kiiidi.h 4 x IlllltTON ilwuyi ou tap ������!������������, tb������ lamuui MILWAUKEK  KKERS-Ai.hMui.r, Itolmmtan, Sell It U, Ao. "OLD OltKY ItKAHU"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Be|t Wn������i ftsd Liquon of nil kindg,  TS* Kinnlitir/and LodHiiiR l)i*partm������**.t, uudar tha imoi������iliat* inptrtuttDdioiM of Mri  U������������i������, will Im found Knit-claw m titty tmym*.  el oo par day upwardf.  tmrm*wm***mm������**m  Th* "SaiMla" Way  Another way produces  ���������unovenly broiled meat and  unevenly toasted bread  aud taxes the patience of  tbe housewife. This way  is represented by most  Ranges. The ramtuju.  0ome Ranges have "only1*  a Broiler Door, others have  a contrivance like that  illustrated in top small  drawing; both of whioh enjoy the distinction  of tiring the arm. that holds the broiler and  tiring the eye that directs the arm,  cClaFys  IM**. rerem*%, M������*r*alWtantt*i.VaMt<������fr, IM**. tUmm-Xt, WKTt   ]J   The Ki/ju l������ih**i T   OT   COXXINS  Ca   H,     T&tVellf    LOCiel i^^tfftfjH������-'*Wt-f*e-,-*f**Ht#MI{ #W-tt������#ttf#W##^WH������  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN  UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  mid  i General Hardware  '.Stationer.  ViotMti-i,  lin imelii,  Shuwnigiiii,  Cobble Hill,  L'uwiohap,  Kukri'nli,  Uuihivii'h,  .SonieiMm,  Pally  No, 1  Wettlmlmt,  Ohoiiikiiiua,  Lailyt>niith,  South Wnliington,  Nfiiiaiiiiii,  SVi-Iliii|;tiin,  Piiiirtay,  >\ id.  Sut,  Dc. 13 DA  ;p <���������<*  )tj,15  IU.lt)  10. HO,.  1U4|  i������r  10.fi  n,.\a  I7.S8  17 35  1UB  ir.li)  18,30  Ar I'i.53   Arl8 4Q  Of.' u.no  0.04  11M7  1V.W  \0.40  10.48  Ul SB  11,00  11.07  11.18  11 K2  11.57  li!,18  ViM  SOUTH 110VND��������� Rend Up.  "** .;.lf"ii"y."  ������������mi������������Mn������n  '���������������������mmi  AtaPrAwr  RATBit       1        ..      ������           '.'���������..U W. **mm^m*m**m- ��������������������������� ��������� ���������MBWW'WrW^WWWKW^^  w,*?r'������*.?**if*********** ������������#4-f-#������f4i#������j-fei������)#-ff*ff9#  I BEOS  BEDS  BEDS  A lm tfti ^ousigiiincut of Iron Ucds, ranying In prico   from  $5 tq $30���������nil Hues.  Wc hnvo Just opened np a crate of Toilet \\a\o.      \ fine  assortment ;it popular pricf-i.  Anotht 1 1 (iiiiiigniiiciit of China Cabinet* n\u\ |lrcwor������ and  St4n<U(<MK'vtfd by m-xt lioat.  (Mn..* ~ mm*********..������.*|liW������^M������|B������������B������������������������������W"������'������������il'������������������W������������������������l<������(B^W^������*BB������������������*  When in Gmnberland  8TAY AT TBI  VSMWaVIS.  tf   A\,��������� Convtmtnor"* ton tivwn'  I hk Hah 11 SiirruiKii with  Best Liquor* anu C;,,dt'o  imAMHRKO&WlUBON   Prop  No. a  Victoria,  Ar, 12,OU  HuhiIi,  12.1(2  Sbawnigan,  10.51  ll '  10.48  Cobble 111)1,  IMP  Cow iuli mi,  10. IN  Knlmiluh,  10 Oil  Uunoay'i,  lOOi;  Niiii.mo*,  l������ 47  W������������tholm������,  ������?I7  Clinminiii,  0 tfl  l<Hll)������ 11111(1,  U*. 11,1.0  <<  Ar, HO  Houth Wellington  ti.'i*  Niviimnio,  8.15  \Yi-Hn(|ti)ii,  Uu. 8.00  **.**���������  l$M  KVJI  17.������5  17.PO  VW"  \\.x)  )7oa  IO.uS  ll)4S  1������.32  lit, lbl*\  At. IMU  n  De, I6.CJ0  Thoummd Mi'e niul Cniniiiiiiiiiion Tir^  kett im Mid v;noil ovei mil mid sImi.,ci  line*, at two .iiui ope-lifilf cenia per mile.  SpprUI iiiiins and mnnt'tr* fo? Vw  iiom, and ifllWfd fites for parilei mny  lie Hiriinned fnt on iipp'ic.iitinii to lliQ  Dist  Paw. A������ont a\ Victorin.  The Conipunv rtsfrvc? the ri^ht to  ctiHtiKC without previoui notice,uteumari  stiititiu tlntCK nnd hnurn nl ������nilin-<.  Kxciirmon Titkeu on .Siile l>om nnd to  ill .SiiitiLn*, muxl Inr ooiog jnmney ������Sflt������  urduy and Sunday, renurnino nut later  !,.*,;-. Mts-.dv*.  j, iv, Tuovr* f������������*. ?������*'��������� 1*r- Cmi* *"���������  0.1.1 OUHTN^V, Dill. fti. * law, A*  99 VIAIIt'  mm UhVt*  Om OJ 1ioih<i jkiwur Owollnp  Kiijjjne, pomploio, witli reverting  ilutoh. aluo j������roplloi������ mid alvaftlug.  Vox jv������r������lHtl������������ npply to O. Grant,  CttliitavUud, If, O,  et Mam������  jmioni  CoovmaHTt 4c.  *.*(+*���������**{.  fi^lflwlfl U---(   ... ..-,.  '  l������UIUiI&  riin������B!������-������U  sjaeitQ&x**.  teem Mm, moanm* *******, ro ���������**  icKMlfic Jhitriean.  k������ffi*4mfKm^&i'  J01'8,B,w**l,,Wlff i ���������*W*mjm*mm*mwimA  SHimiumi'ijn1  tTO5:JffBW������/CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COUJMBia:  it  WATSON'S  ���������<frrr  BEER  The driniiiof strong men and healthy woaiea.  UNION BREWERY BEER  ;>,        Drink  Id* B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  ,y-i.  of Scotch Whiskies.  ���������.������ii at-  ������������������UUJIIIH  The HUDSON������: BAY CO  Sple Agents for 8 C  KOTICJ5  Every Monday and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver presli  J) utter ami all .kinds ol'Vegetablgs  ami also 80 ton.e of potatoes;  will  ���������sell c!)e.ap,  Cinu Yhuk,  |*7 ^a?ijj������'������ck ���������  Vehicles, Implements.  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  ^~'..*m*���������*m.\J~lr^,mft,  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ***WH*,W*>*WH*4^*,i*  1**M'*H**I',,J���������l"*j"I*',l**l*  Prices   and  ���������Quality  guaranteed  ..t���������jMj,.j������.j..f������j..j.,j������[.^������  SPORT  ���������������* Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  tt t*a like it wad a! iho aaparltaeti al,  rinfleri, shooters sttd csmpers or yirtilam  or If you nre iniercated In country life. art  vour ner-adealer for forast and StrMim.  or write tor trt*/pteltntn MW ���������A**,"?  iye������iy,flve mm������ (or our ywltf* tr|������ltrlP|  Fanit and Stmm I* t jam IllaimnJ  weekly touriul, >������hlcj> eotmiat *** tollewlai  dtpirtmenut . ���������, .  TlnSporlimoiiToiifril, Ca.������oaln|,  .Ivor FTan  Killsand Trap. Kannal.  Ws aend free our catalogue of ihe beat book*  oo outdoor lite and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  J46 Broadway, New York City.  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  H.. S# ROLSTON, Managing Direotor.  Vanoouver, Be C.  ar^aw******?***-  See H, C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, 6. C.  jj Cumberland Livery f  : and" Feed Stable...  ������������������  APPLICATION FOU TUANS  FKUOKIIOTKLUCKXOK.  Notico U horoby givon thnt nt  tlio tiu.u bitting of tlio Iluiird of  I.iuuiHio ('oiinnUi-liiiH'ra for tlit������  City ol' C'liiiburlii/iil 1 intent] to  ppply for n tmiufor of Hotel T.I-  eenwi now lioltl by um on block 8  Jot li U(ttiilHiH������ii(l Tuwntito to  Wilson fr Ilrnmberg.  4. il. IUnkicwuak.  Pntod Sift., 2Utli, I'.MIH,       ,  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST ; CLASS  RIGS : OV : MA,  KINDS   wooa  and Coal  Hauled  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way enra of the  Union  Colliery  Company by any person  or  persons���������except tain crow���������iu strictly  prohibited.   Employees ere sub-  lee todismisMil for allowing Bam-  By ordor  Francis J}, Littik  Miuiiv6'oi.  JOHN McLEODS  FOU FIEST-OLASS  CANDY, FBUITO,  Of GABS & TOBACCOS  ������* Hunden  c  H  0  I  X  c  s  -AND-  in season at  D. HUN.DEN'S  Duusiiiitlr Avenue  CUMHKRI.ANl),   I). 0  4-4.M444-W������H4'W'l"l'*H������W4  T������������ Qrrot ifoofM* ^fbmtrdu.  tunen nnd Invigorate* tha whole  nurvo  ;uica  wakw   ,  lt*rtt a  o  p.m  rvw* *J*\*M, wai  cad tn old Vulna Un  ���������Out amVnrninWt  IWtakntu. KniimU  , aWootf'MadlblH*  Ttorenfc*  Out  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Now growing In our Nur orioij  tor too Vnll ti do;-  IKJ,(KH) I'd uili, Apricot, NvjIui-'hich,  Cherry, I'liiin, i'ru io, Tour niiil Apple  ���������in nil li'mliig riiilutics  100,000 Smnll Fruits,  10,000 Orimnu'iilut Troon, in nil lending  viirintlua for J), C.  Strictly homo grown nml not Hubjeot to  dinniign from f >mlgiillim,  Stock nf llultin to nrrivu in An mint ttom  Jiipiui, l-'runoo nml llolluiiil.  Ileo SupplJcB, Hprny I'linijH, S������������������i1h, Kto.  140-|iiiffe OATAI.OUU15 FKKK.  Tlie reservoir of the Oxford Chancellor is the ideal'  reservoir construction for a  first-class range..  It can be detached or attached by anyone' ia a. few  minute?.  It is constructed of planished copper of the liigluast  grade, and has a capacity of  from Oi to 11 imperial gallons.  We havo also a cast-iron  copper lined reservoir, which  in some styles, is attached to  JlIi&^gJjdLliau.d_eiid_oi_tlie_  range. This affords ample  hot water.  Either stiles can  b.i  plied.  sup  Poat  Ores ihouaog, Sood Houses and  Office Addro.a,  3010 WESTMINSTER fiOAD,  r  mLANU    HKWJSTUV   ACT."  In tho inuttor of nn application  i\>i  .v    t!������lpiivi\l\i V-VlviiiccH* uf VI-  tlo to pnrt (lining ono ucru   of  Section 17, District of Comox.  Notico In licroby given that it  I* my frifdfifion nt thn oxpfniffoii  of ono mon tii from date of tlio flrat  piiblii'Rtioii hi-ruof to iuniie a l>u-  plicate CVrtlllcate of Tital to a-  Imve land iwuctl to llieTnirttiwa of  tlie Comox ftcliool DUtrlet ontlie  flOtli January 1^78 and iiu������ilierinl  7it������.  H, V, Wooifon,  lli^ittrar General.  IM Bt*pt.i tZmU \m.  Vancouver,  B,C.  Synopsis   of Canadian   Homsetaad  Beg-ula'ions.  i\iiyavnilnble Doraiuion LmiiIh within  tho Railway Bolt In liritish ColnmU!ft,  mny be homestanded by any poraou who  is tho solo head of n family, or nny mnlu  ovor 18 years ot nge, to the extent of ono  quarter ueotion of 160 notm, more or loss  Kntry mu*t ba mmlo p irsonnlly ot tho  toonl Innd oflice for tho diatriot in whioh  tho Innd js situate, Kntry by proxy  mny, however, be miula on curtain conditions by tbo fathor, mother, son, dmtvh  ter b-other or Biater ot and intending  hommteader.  Tho hnmoHtender in required tnporform  tho conditions connected thoronith  uuder ono ot tbo fullowiui; plmm;  (1) At Inant six months' residence upon  nud aultlvntion of tlm land In each your  for threo yonrs.  (ti) If tbo fatlier (or mother, If the  fiithorlfl dooanHad), of tho honiMileiidei  rosidos upon a fnrm In the vioinity of the  InndfliiLurod for, tho revuirommita iih to  reHidonco mny bo HiitiHflod by hiioIi pornon  roaidlng with Iho father or mothor.  (!!) If tin aotllcr hna bin permanent re-  Hidonuo upon fnrminpr Innd owned by  blm in the vlolnilyof hin li'niK-ntonil, tho  wiiiironifctita iib t.o reaidonce mny be Buttled bv rtmiibmco upon the nnld Innd.  Mix mniitliH' notiu* in u-'iting nbou|d  lio trivon to tlio L'tiiiiini������HioiiAr of Uiiiuiii-  ion fjiuulH nt Ottnwii.iif Intmition to np  ply for jiiitont.  Oom������������������t'onl minlnff rlehti mny bo  (>(iRnil fnr a period of tventy nnoyeiirn  nt nn nn'innl rfliitnl of tl per imra. Not  iiiorn tluin *],fi(W iiitim m'.hiII lie lenHi'd h  mi* iiulivliliinl or oompiiny, A rnynlti  nt the rnte of flvo unnlaper ton sbnll he  oolliolwl on the iiieriihniHiil>1i< tnnl mined  W. W, OOItV.  Dejnity of the Mlnlidor of tlin Tntorlor  N.H.���������UnviitltorlKmil publlentlon of thia  adveiUacmeut will not. bo pnid for.  (BMk'f Cotton Koot Compotml  Tha great Uterine Tonic, wid  ���������]y *it* eirw-tual Uontiur  ���������^Uj^n wUlib^onjjm oaa  'atreittd^n. Vffel fio?!  AogroMiatKinBaT. Ml ������n_f,  ���������        , -  Antrt Vr nil rtrnirff*tii, nr nn*,*  ������*���������*������������������)���������������������������>������������������* >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire   and    Life  ?it i\'H Rilit;ti;i:H fo r  Pire Insurance eall and get  rate* Itcfare ittiurinff.  Wealey Willard  Agent fortlje Royal  of Liverpool,  TAKI*   KUTICJ*;  that 00 daya nfter  Jute, I intend  tn apply to the   ll-m.  (Jliiof CoiniiiiHHliiiierof Liiiida and Win lot  for a leiiAn of the fomshore of  pniminii  IhlllliO, It, X,,, UnnCI.!������. il UM Iniliiivh; -  Commeiioiii ������t a \it*l plaiiteil nt the  wutb-wosl. eornor of tba fnict'onal north  aattqunrer nl lection 5, Dnnmau lalnml,  BO ; tliDiioe treat 10cb������la������; tlitnoe north  40oh������'n������i thunoaeait Si7eliaina nmre or  law to Ihe hljjti wnter mxrlt- thonii* fu'-  lowing tl'ii fiuuoaitlee of tha fii-wlion-  nf aid n-nri inn I-tl.ind, hi point nf c<iin  menooiiiunt, oontilbiiitf 100 acre* more <>r  I IMW.  Date.) Uenamn Ial*n<l, 11. (I. .fnly m, 'On  H. NAKANO  K Kmo, Agen',  K*m%. *tU Vefru-T' '  For Sale in Cumberland  by T. E. BATE,  M gnet Cash Store  mm ��������������������������������������������������� mmm .������������>������. ������<��������������������������� ������������i  S A U. S A(J 1J NTS VV A NTK D.  836.00 per week  or 400   pei  oent profit.    All camp'es,  .stationery, 1 ill art catalogue free.  We want one   permanent  a^ent  in   this loe.-tlity for  the   lurgest  picture and frame house in Am  erica.   Kxjicriencc  unnecessary.  We inslntct yon how to sell out  Kood.s ami furnish the capital.  If  vou want a  permanent, liouorr.-  hle and profitable position, write  us lud.iy for particulars, catalogue   nnd   .snuipies.���������p'rauk   IV.  Williama    oni]any,   1214   W-  Tuyl'T Street, CliicAjfa, Ul.  Pining Tuning.  I       M.-.   J.    W.      UtHIll      Vi4i:U*>.  t i'iwin Tii ner, will |iay<.'iiinl^rlaiiil  innd ilii-Lrict 11 visit, twittt* it y<������ai*.  Tliow. who want lliofr pia:ion or  niiiii.- p'ii. in gi������ni i������-ii4ir hinMHi  ri.'Hi������rvi������ tlieir iirdora for liiin.  l,i'iivu iiidtsii. at. tho N^wa Ollice  (Iiiiiib.'rluiid, |t, (3.  fiECKLESS AARON  BURR.  Tn* Dramatic Story af Hia Marrisgt  ki Old Age.  The story *i Aaron Burr's murriasa  tn bUi������ld age io tke widow of Stephoa  Jumel, ivlio xvub \v,el! known lu (U^  ������arly liltatory ot New Vork city, Is 4  dramatic aue.  Conceive, if yon will, iixe picture ut.  fturr, fitted adventurer that he waa,  broken la health, branded in the popular mind as the murderer of Alexander  llu mil ton and returning from n 101:5  exile to And himself an outcast in thi  trlty where he had ouce beeu the political mouarch of nil he surveyed and a  dlstlni;utahed figure lu society nnd at  the liar. Coneelre, If you cnu. thla  lamentable .old man, smirking throuRli.  his wrinkles, bowing aod praocfaj  rather stiffly lx������cause of hia rheumatle  Joints aud with Ws uiouth full of pretty platUudes, paying court to the widow of Stephen Jatnel, herself iu tha  prime of years nnd health. Reinova  trom the picture ita surface Incongruities, and you have a bit of pure patboa  uncqoaled In the annals of foolish great  uieh. '"'������������������  But something of his old time power _ to charm tlio gentler sex must hav*  stood by him in his years of mental  nnd physical misery, for in his suit for  the widow Jumol's hand and fortune.  be won gloriously, dramatically.    Rebuffed   repeatedly,   Burr   finally   declared In passionate rage that on ���������������;  given day be would arrive at the Jumet  mansion accompanied by a clergyman.,  who should marry them ou the spot  He would give his prospective bride nu..  quarter, no chance of escape from tha  inevitable.  She was amased at the threat and  dismissed the old man with more than  her usual coldness of demeanor. Burr  sttcic to his avowal and one July day  tolled up in a carriage, and with him  waa a minister, the same who fifty yen r*.  before performed the marriage ceri>  inony for Burr and the mother of hit  daughter, the beautiful Theodoslu.  There waa -something of a scene ia tho  old house on this day. There wero  tears of anger on the part of Burr.  Relatives remonstrated; Burr remained.  -tamovabifT-AirfOT^dlalMnWirTi'Eft"  minister, book ln hand, stood unobtrusively in the background. There  were more tears, more declarations of  undying love, and tlie widow Jumel  became Mrs. Aaron Burr.  Tbey were married in the great  drawing .room of the Jumel mansion.  Burr squandered with reckless bund  the wealth acquired by Stephen Jumel  and left for the enjoyment of hlv  marital partner. There wero many bit.  ter quarrels between the III mated pair,  and they were soon divorced. Burr  died In 1830, but madam lived until  1SG0, dying a reclu-sc nnd a miser, the  money received from the Jumel estate  hoarded In au unused chamber.  Stonei and Glass House*.  The origin of tho Baying, "Those who  llvo ln glass houses should not throw  atonos," Is ns follows: At tha (inif of.  tbe union of England nnd Scotland  London waa Inundated with Scotch.  men, and the London rough j used to  go about at night brenktng their win.  dows, Buckingham boing considered  the chief liuttlgutor of the ml-jchlef, i\  party of Scotchmen anwHhcd the win.  dows of the duke's mansion, known nn  the GUwa House. Tho court fnvorlto  appealed to tbo king, who rppllnl,  "Stoenlo, Steenlo, thews who live In  glues bouses should be careful how.  thpy dug stones!"  Mathematics at Oxford,  Thero Is an IntercHtlng story which 1  uhow������ tbo dlxpoxltJon of Oxford toward raatbematfcfl, A venerable duu  who Imd hoaght Imlf a doeen lioolw n|  3a. Od, ench requested tho hookHcllcr  to give blm a piece of paper for thu  purpoHo of arriving nt tbo 11 mount. Il������  thoo wrote down Ut. tid. six times, ou������  inular tho other, nnd was alowly tidd.  Ing tbffm up when the r-lioptniiii veil  turod to point out tho shorter nintbod  of multiplying one Rh. Ud, by 0. "Dent  tear otclalmcd (tin don. "Ilently, tlmt.  Is most IngeiUooa, moat Ingonfoue."-  Loodon Olobe,  Anticipating Him.  Night artcr nl������ht the c^eeedlngly  quiet und luickward yoiilh hud called  on a neighboring fiirmnr'a diiiighlcr,  alttlng perfectly mute ln-^lik' her wbllu  the did nil tbo ctitcftiiliiltig, Thia  night, however, tho youth, utahlng fur  a glnmi of xx-nU'C Riiddfiily Hiii|ir|*>d  bor hy blurting out, "Buy, Hal, will  ymi"-  "Don't oirrt yooraolf, ncuhen," ahe  IntdiTiiptetl, "I uiidi'rMt.in.J. Yea. Havo  yw  bi-ooght  tlw  ring?"  When In Courtenay Stay ������t  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenience for Ruo.it*;  ThaOautial Hotx-1 for Bportatnen  \nn* but lh* Han nt Wintnand l.<qunr*������  The Toast ef an Irishman.  Mlclwol   Jdeyera   HhoeiuskiT   wrote  " Yi'*.mU.il n.,     ,A     iiilmi.il. flti    U11I  Irhthmau tvad a frugiiu-i.t of |i Uin|.  related to ttie reader'i ncighlMit IummI  lie asked tbo uuiiiu of the aiilhor,  "Mr. Ahtvitiflbcc la 111" he roramenl.  ���������d. "A nice iwitleiimn I'll ro linll  Tin ������ fine ciMH.try Iw <-lioi������ to ir.ivcl  tn too. May Ihe heaven* bn hi* Im������|  for chonelng It, and may every hair in  his bouor'a bead be a mold candle to  light bla antil to glory!'  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  it <ht fttr  ttArtm  ftP.A*ttlfiArtlK  John Johnston,   Pro*  Legleel Ceneluaiaii.  Ptmt niirglnr-lliirlU I ln'������r noma  oat talking, Second llnrnlur- Wtml's  be aa.vtiiK? Iti-1 llui)(t.ii. lU.ii h������  never will M 011 aiinilii'- hw-mi m  loaf aa he Ilnw ft-i*mi:i nurglar-  tM't fel out uf Hits. Nn money bar*  He's loat every rent.  \.mAm TU MU.  KOU   H.\\,Vi  doruty bull calvoa fr������nn firat  priw atiick.���������Apply to Wm, D������n-  citii, Siiiitlwb'lf,  ion ham;. ai um.  "Ab. be.-  .'iiUi^,! ni^ freitt ���������  Jtir������oy Hull i'i ywra *nl������l| for nMwr ������.������yf������ii)  -������t hit 1 ������w\e tiwtme  *ab..    iii-)tt>> S^l^' ���������������������-������>������, AUi Y������������rW ������th" ������"*^������������������������ ^"^ ,    ^   ,_  ���������      tt* , s    A������d   rriH*'m������ mmn n������������!.-i bts tied,  'bit* \titi* JJi.tKI |r*������r pair j t* ,,ft^,^,|.; i��������� ,, t ,���������**. *m.ut mml at  R   I'. 11'irf.wlL  <k-|-Ui������V.      ! Mr * W* ���������*��������������� ���������*   s>* Vm������* *"���������  f j ������al THE NEWS; CUMBERL^fP; BltrTrSH -G0JOT2B1&'  ilyA"~\-!A?lAA'riAyA.'J-A'.X.- .'-:.��������� ^Aif-'zrAAAi   -������.'-y<&SZi>&&&,������^S.1&\*M  I Neat Arrivals  <3   1  STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAMES  SILVER  MOUNTED    VASES.  If i;i need of anything in this line will be pleased to serve you. '������  ������  | Stoddart, the Jeweler* |  fl  fl  SRLAHD TAILOR  S. 1SAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Suits  Made to Order  from ������20 to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  G8ee$-*S6S������S-SeeeMMM9  Repeat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my Coiiglu. and colds."  "A Sound Mind In a  pealliiy Body"  The  tegular   u������e, of  ���������BOVRIL'  ensures both. It keeps the  body fit and; die mind in**  ponsvc to the demands of  active life.,   .,    v  se:  ������  Vancouver. Nov.10.��������� "William  Ellis the switchman to whose care  lessnoss a fatal wreck on B.C.Elec-  trie Railway early on Sunday is  chargod, was arrested today. He  disappeared immediately following  the wreck, and declaired today that  he had been sick. He appears  slightly demeniod, He may be  charged with manslaughter-  -������V  Mrs. J. Piket arrived  home by  Friday's boat.  -**-  The next football between No.5  and the Mixtures, will take plaee  on Saturday, Nov."28th inst.  ���������'-> Repeat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  il'.vays cure y.iy coughs and colds."  Thc lv.nperor of China is dead.  cou.r.qnently   all   the   Chinamen  TvoTFOlfnTOrlrrnr-t^^���������d-ays. :���������  lie pent it:-���������''Shiloh's Cure will  always cure niy coughs and cold 8;'  ���������-0-.  The n^w post office and custom  house is Hearing completion.  Repeat ill���������-���������Shiloh's Curo will  alwaya cure my coughs and colds."  Cumberland is the plaee to see  good football, the hoys are hard  to1 boat; don't miss tlw nixt game  on the 28th inst. and bring tt lit le  change in  your picket.  ......... I.  .',. ,*, . -,   .i    ���������  Repeat if.���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs,and colds,'  '���������-'ring your job work   early   to  the. Cumdorlnnd Nows office nnd  tho Christinae rtif.li.  '���������������������  UNION S. S. CO.. of Ble. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Nanaimo, Union, Comox, by  the  steel Clyde built twin screw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing aa under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p m  Ai-riv. s Union, Sunday 6 it m  Arrirce Coimlx,   Sunday 8am  Returning:���������*  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uuion Suuday 5pm  Arrival Niiualmo, Sunday 11 p in  Arriveo Vancouver Monday 7am  Stage loaves Union for Cumberland every Sunday morning on arrival of * COW-  ���������IGIlA*N-^~aDd-loB-vo8-G*imbedandJloieL]  at 1  pin,  connecting with steamer at  Union.  LONDON, Nov, 7.���������The Brit.  ish battleship Invincible, the latest-  addition to the British navy1 in a  trial yesterday, under seven-tenths  of her power, attained a speed of  25 knots an hour, it is expected  that the vessel whon working under  full power will reach a speed of BO  knots, a world's record.  Teacher wanted for Minto  school, after Christinas Vacation,  Apply to N. Harvey,. Sec'y-of  School Board, Cuniberland post  office.  ALED TENDERS addrasaod to the \  undesigned and endorsed "Tenders  for Dredging Coal Harixmr," will- be received until Friday, 30tli Oot; 1908, at 4:  30 i?. M., for dredgiug reduirei at Coal  Harbour, Vanoouver, Province of British  Columbia:���������  Tenders will not be oiiiriderod unless  maJeon the form supplied, aad isigaed  with tho ac'.ual signature* of tenderers,  Speoilica tion and form of lender can bo  obtained on application to A. G, Kovfer  Esq. Resident Kugineei* New xyestmin  stor and at tha Department of Public  Works, Otta\v������. T������n(Jer������ must include  tbo towing of ths plant- to aud from the  works. Only dredges can bo omployeil  which aro rugitiUrcd iu Canada ut the  time of the filhg of tender**.' Contractors must be ready to i-egih' work within  twenty cla^s after the date th'&y have been  notified of the acceptance of their tender.  An nccopted cheque on a oharered  bank, payable to tbo orJer of iho Honour  able the Minister of Publio Works, for  one thousand dulliirs ($1,000.00) must  ba deposited-as security. Tho cheque  will be returned ia oa e of non-aooeptaijce  of tender.  The D.partmeut'd' tu riot bind itself to  acoopt th'o lowest or auy tender.  By order,  NAP. TESSIER,  Secretary.  Dcpa. t     Public works,  Ottawa, October 7 I90S.  CARD OF THANKS  To the Residents  of Cumberland and vicinity.        :  I hereby thank all those who  have come to my assistance through  the-medium- of the collection,  which has been recently taken up  on my behalf,  -���������I-feel.all4he^iareLgi'atefuLas_lJ  |      THE ROYAL BANK OF. CANADA.      I  Capital. 83,900,000.:;  "Resubvjb,$4)300,(KJ0 '���������;  A'bskts,   $46,400,000  DKPOsrxs, 883,700,000  j :      ,.-.,  Money Orders- 9  ������ Rates. 9  7 *  ��������� $5 and undor ... 3 Cents ���������  Y Over   $5 and not exceeding 810      6 Cents 4  Y , Over $10 imd not exceeding $30 10 Cents Y  2 Ovor $30 and uot exceediug $50 15 Cents . T  9     These Money Orders are payable without cost in any'; Chartered *  Y Bank iu Canada. ���������**  %       Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings' Bank.      $  ! A. B. NETHERBY,   **���������������������������������������      |  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  am practically a  stranger  in   the  town, only having been here about  threo months, and I must say this  speaks volumes for the open heart  ed residents of Cumberland,  , Again thanking you one and all,  yours truly,   ,  Win, Colpitis.  .SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  u -dereigned, and endorsed "Tend*-r for  Public Building, Vernon,B.C., will bo re  ci'ivf d at this office until 4:30 p. m., on  Friday, November 20th, 1908, for the con  struo.tion of a Publio Buitdiugnt Vernon.  Plans and specification can be seon and  forms of toudoi- obtained at thi* Department, in d on application to the Postmaster 9  Vernon.  Perso s tom'erii^g aro notified tbat tenders will not be considered uoleea wade  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlflDH TO   O^DE^ AftD  Ifl fiftY STYUE YOU GUISH.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  1  PIIIT  nvi'j  Ui'|ifat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  til >vays euro my coughs and colds,"  OL!) NEWSPAPERS FOR  8\LK AT THE Nkws OFFICE���������  fc* <wuti������ pur HUNDRED.  m mm *mm-*******  licbvi't Fc.-i'.'r, who U WHntrd'ut  1 i  Bun if nu n charge iif tht-ft., wns ur-  vi:x\vA i.i this t-ity hi.-.t week by  Pr n in-.'ial CoiiHlniihi Thi.uii.uli.  Th.* N\,rthv\i';4 .Mountiid Police  w.'fc i- niiiiir. i.'atod ��������� iili ������"d ft  in -iiibfr ui'that force will loavoCitl  guy t>i'!ny to tnkn tlm jiriKouni'  b'.i'l; ui'ih liiin,  '/AUM KOU SALIC. Situated  i'i P. i Uvilh*, twi'tiiy tuilen from  ?l ui.'!. im, mi iho )-u:i*l iii Cuntbi-r-  The Rev.Irl R. Hicks  Almanac,  For 1900, ready Nov. 15.1008,  bost cvc-ir sent out, beautiful covors  in colors, fine portrait of Prof.  Hicks in colors, all tho old features and sevoml now ones in the  book. Tho bost astronomical  "Hicks Weather Forecasts." I3y  mail Siic,   on   nevs t-tnuds BOc.  Ono copy freo with Word and  Works, tho best $1, Monthly in  America. Diecounts on alnnmoca  in (piaiitities, Agents wanted.  Word and Works Publishing  Co,, 2201 Locust Street, St. Louis  Mo. Every citizen owis it lo him���������  self, to bis fellows and tn Pi of.  Hicks to posfoss the "Hini'-"  casta,���������tho only reliable  TORONTO, Nov. 7.���������The break  between Tom Longboat, on  one  hand, and Tom Flanagan,  of the  Irish-Canadian Club and commit-  teo that had propiseed with Flanagan to safe guard Ins interests, on  tho other hand, is now complete  The Indian has entirely broken  from their control, and Flanagan  who feels very keenly on tlio mat  tor, publicly announced in a letter  handed to tho press last uiglvt that  he will havo nothing more  to do  with the Indian.  Painting, Paper Hanging, Kalsormin  ing, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Pries I/wroere than Elsewhere Good Workin  Leave Orders at J. McPhee & Sous  CHAS HERAPER,  Courtenay, B. C.  ou thc printed foruf-tupplio-i,*andTigne3~  with thoir actual Ki^nnluios.  S:������oh tender must bo acoompnnied by  au accepted cheque on a chartered bnnk,  nitule payable to the ordor of the Honorable tho-Minister of Public Works, equal  to ten per cent (10 p. c.) of the amount  cf tLo tender, which will be forfeited it  tlio person tendering deulino to outer into n contract when wiled u^on to do bo,  ov if fa I to complete the work contracted for. lf the teiider bo uot accepted  the chequo wi.l bot*.turned.  The D> piutment doss not bind itself to  accent tbo lowest cr any tendon  By order  Nai*. TkSiHKR,  Si.*ctotury.  Department of ?ublie Worko,  Ottnwn, Ootobur '20th, 1008.  Nowspupurii will no-, ba paid tor this  ndvertisemont if thoy inaert it without  authority from the Department.  ������������������������@������i)a)������;  ^������@)������������������������������������������e)S!i������������������������������������@������������������������^-  Hicks" fore  Jns. Jean, who for ninny ninny  years hu boon a iv*iilont of Fortii,  iind propHotoroflhe Imperial Hotel hero, diod very suddenly at the  1 Vifu* Motel i i Ilonnior ln*t night  night ������'ft������������r aseort illnoiis, Iln was  1 about !;i yearn of ugu, and was ro-  f.jK'i'tcil by nil who knew liiin. Ue  loiivef. a widow in.d tin oo small chil  dreti.  I, Ut  .u'.ivM'.iiMf.'d, fruit Ih-'IU  tn N -U.'ii I'  !'������'.i -Jiid |'i;iri"n>d and  ���������.'il; I'hieiirtii Iiiiiimi and  ���������; i Ini' i, :��������� fi i.'dwr toil*  X\ vt urn i*:n-.-iji iul x-.A-i.,. i  ��������� ni-!ai��������� uf iif.i wi'*'*  ill  ,^ nil hill u.ilcr,   .'>jijil\ I  fnk-..   Parbville l'o������*t  ly, F'ridd.ut tin* .F.������ivi.|..p������i   win  d-<*v, i������ ** Frei.iit Clock  mid  pail  ,\, C���������*!. .i.*.'������bin, tl i-\ arit v,������iu.-tl   ut  j^*ltU,''���������, tbi* )trw. t   i-i-lin*i-l !}\i)tt  * n-y",i Lux un'ii "b*. frvin *���������**������*., ft1������*  t ,hrt'*Mi!i������-������ *'���������**', d i."  .-*���������.  iln* ptieo will b.-iw   bwm  *ti t*l I'll tlii������ I* it i*w ityli! nf *tll; *l*  j.^; it y������"! wait lui������(^ eiumgh  y< n , !������^I  b������  n*������|iici  EOYM  CAKES  Best Yeast  in theWorir  Sold and  Used  Everywhere  Fornio, ,\, O. Xov, 10���������Tho  weather continues fine nnd wnnn.  Building operations aro going  nhead fast. The work of building  thc new C. P. It- station and  freight shed commenced yesteiidiiy,  They will io,rushed to completion,  The former will bo ready about  February Int, and tho freight sheds  o'i Dwoinborlst, Tho Crow* Must  Trading Company's new building  will bo ready the Inst of tlii* month,  aUo tho new King E Iward Motel,  liti'h'. ;-vt <������ *>*���������!* for im lh  ii    tt  APPLIOATION FOR TRANS-  FKROF1IOTKL UCKNOK.  Notice is horoby given that ono  month from dale I intend io apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police,Victoria, for a trntm  fer        of the Interest  in tbe Hotol Licence held by  mo for the Palmer Hotel fit uated  ������t llcyite Sound fr<un mysmlf to  Jan. S. Day,  Tilt***.    HtVI.KY.  Dated Urd day of Nov,, WO*.  APPLICATIONFOR HOTKJv  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  at the next meeting of tho Licence  Commissioners of tho City of Cumberland, we intond to npply for it  renewal of the hotel licence held  by us for the Vendomo Hotel, sit-  ualod on lot D. block 8, Cumber,  land townsite,  Wrr.sotr & Bbamdeiw.1,  Dated 10th. day of Nov. 1U0S.  AITUC AT IOtTfORHOT R L  UCENCE.  NOTICK is hereby given tlintnt  tho next mooting of the Licence  Commissioners of the City of Cumberland, I iiit������iid to Apply for ji ro  nowal of tho hotel licence held by  tno for the Waverly Hotel, situated on lot 2, block 8, Cumberland towiudie.  KioiiAiii) Co������.  Dated JOth, day of Nov. 1UUS,  New Stock Arrived  and Arriving. $  Consisting-of-Solid Silver, English hall marked; Jj.  Smelling Salts Bottles, Fancy Jewel Cases, Mugs, ������  Fish Cawing Sets; and also some very fiue Marmaza- (-  Han Pottery and -'Pea u de Sole fine hand painted chin-  a that is worth seeing at  MoLEAN'Sl  r  ������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������   ������������������*���������������������������.���������������������������  9  While ia Cumberland Deal Witli   |  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh aud Salt Meats and Farm Produce delivered daily.   All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R# Webster, Manager.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������-9M*9*M������tMMft������M  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICKNCE.  NOTICK in Iim by givon tlmt  ond nionlli fi-.'in diit ��������� I intend to  apply to ���������!������������������ Su( .lintendent of  Provincinl P..P .: Victoria for a  n*n������ ,val of the Hotel I.iienee held  ' l������i iiik for tlw kiv������.r<.ido Hotel.  nituMC-.! al Courtenay ll. C.  ' ll,  ll.   Fl.iUINKN  LW.ai***ic..tj;   l>atcil drii dny of So*;, V:>"d\  APPLICATION FOR WHOLE  SALIv LIQUOR LICENCE  NOTICE is hereby given that at  !!:r v."*1.*. m<ifil*t<* nf thn T lemme  Cwuiiii) ���������-".':'.'*nt-r."of tin* City of Cum  borland, I intend lo apply for a renewal of the wholesale liquor licence held by me, situated on lot  tr > >,,' *>   fy    i . .i... i ������,,, tf,,  ClAI.1  MUHSATTO  Dated 10th. day of Nov,  1008.  i  Funeral Direc-I  i  tor and  Em-i  balmer  MMNNWIMMMfj  lloune       RnlnliiQf    He-  nc whiff it  Fouiulntloim]  L'nrciitiiy Aiivn c   to.  Tw*���������U.am*.  APPLICATION  FOU HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE in hereby givon that nt  ihe next iiui'.liwg of llu; I.ucmv  OoiiiiniKHionors of tlio (Jity of Cnin-  Iwrlrtnd, 1 intwnl to Apply for n  rvnownl of the hotel Hcvihv liobi  by me for tlio New Iviiglmul Hotel.  KlfiuiM on lot 'd, block B. t)������������i-  beihuid towiiKlto.  Tlion.  DwvKK.  Ihtcd V-lh. thy . f N..v.   VMM,  rtimiberlnnd,  n.c,  ���������NOTIOE  John Cunliffe will rosnmo his  evening classes in mining ami  steam engineering on Tuesday ove  ning Nov. 8rd, inst, 7,p, m. at hia  roeidonce Second Street, City, All  persons wishing to join may do so  by applying to above at any timo  previous to above dnte; Syllabus  and tortus on application,  Cumberland B. U. Oct. 10th 1008.  Advertisers will confer a favor  hy bringing in thoir ads, not Inter  than Monday, as this will enable  tho printers, to insort it in tho  uext ii-suo on the following Tuos*  day,  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  !������������������������������������������������  LOS ANOELES, Nov. 7.���������Tim  Harry, of Chicago, had tho botter  of it in a ten-round bont over Jim  Flynn, of Pueblo before tho Pacific A'lilotio Club lair night. Harry  showed fine form, IUwy waa. ag  ���������jTi-wnlvo ���������md ibifty. Flynn rallied  strongly in thc final round* showing even with Ihrry nt tlio finish  l������ it ho nsshnilntod by far tho root-t  punishineiit. Hiirrt weigh.������il 105  ponmli and Flynn 175. The latter  apjH-ai-ud .-������oft.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  r.icivM^i?.  NOTICE Is hereby givon that at  tho noxt mooting of tho Licence  Commissioners of tho City of Cum.  'v')'.'.'."!  t tntnod tn nmdv for are-  * ** k. ���������  nowal of tho hotol licouco hold by  mo for tho Cumberland Hotel,  situated on lot 1, block 6, Cumberland lownsi to.  DfAWA PrKKT,  T)Aln\ 10th. day of Nov. 1008.  News has been received of the  defeat ol '��������� *'��������� Liberal c������ ididitte*  in the t't&ncd up-wui try c>  ectiotts.


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