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 ���������"***, ���������*'��������� ���������^.mMm.mmmtmm.yim  / A  .'��������������������������� ./  i r  *f Jt   -  \  \  V-  ifi  rw^  TJV*  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,     TUKS.&AY, ���������",��������� DEC.   ig,- 1907,  frrrrrir"���������-"-���������������������������>"**���������  iiMiiaiiiia iiiii 11 mil niiia iniwmw  ���������awimimn moment i-myjiaw  *>SX#������������R������;<������X^^  *svy~  A*)  6*)  (������i  will soon be with us  ���������^ with alt its pleasures  (������) \,������. ���������.  and  excitements.  8 M Store  I-At  wyou will find a a-large 'assort-.  ('jinent  of3 Toys  and    Holiday  (*) '  (i)Goods suitable for presents.  ���������������)  0        '    . - .,  (?>To Make Buying  (<>) 'v  lit > ,.  (5*, more, attractive  in our  store  ^ we; will give with, every Si-00  ������ purchase cash or credit a tick-  $) er being one chaauce to win a  (3)  ^���������SV/wj..*.     yAAA.--<f  %  %      '   '       *  ���������#*$ valued at $10 giveu away Christina.; Eve."   Buy early.  %    '    ������������������ ���������-��������� --T-���������-���������-   "      ,--'���������-������������������  MfflmiilMLA  ���������������  "R\  *M&*)(&&������f&i.  ce)  I  Gt.ittfr*&*t������i-*ti.i*i'ft''''--  -������. . ���������>. .r~~.:  ������@!  ������X������X->,*t������Xe.[������  5���������������������@������ " /������-������*7^X^ .  A Terrible Accident  '" ,'������ '������������������    ������������������"       ���������������������������  Pittsburg, Pa. Nov. 7���������A tor-,  riflic*. explosion occurred lo-day in  mines No. 0 and 8 of theCoii-soii-  datiuii CoalConipsiny of Monogah  W. Va- A-; 1. ii������f distance telephone ines.sago says that the bodies of four minors have been recovered near tho month of No. 0.'  Snpt. Malona of 'mines says that  there are at least four hundred  men entombed and it is beleived  that none can bu.alive.  Mine .No. 6 is located to the  east of the Monogahau ., river,- and  No. 8 to the west..- ".   ' .  The explosion was heard eight,  miles away. It is believed that  the men entombed aro every one  kilied. .. ; ���������*���������.' ".' '  ���������The'fans .-wore started at noon  lo clear out the foul air, and tlie  rescuers nitty be expected tor'r'eaah*  tho men by 4- 'o'clock this sifter-  noon.    -Tiie mine .managers   de-  ������������������:���������-,. ���������     A-,       O,     ������������������  clare that thev. did not know the  cause,- .but, ex[lerienced miners:: do.  state  inoit...'.emphatically'.".'. that. il  bring.forward proof to show  thnt  tlieii/heory is CQrrect.  The lirst explosion occurred; in  mine No. 6, It wus followed by  the illuming up of the boiler house  of No. 8 when tlie entry of No. 8.  caved in  and filled up.  Tho two mines were connected.  The jviine is too hill oi' smoke and  Lras,vot for the rescuers to <m in.  f>   1 * :,.'..* v  ';;;;a^ataL';fall. .;'������������������/  tliiion'Bay, Noveihb-oiV'S ���������  , An attempted desertion oil; the  jiart pf a Chinese deck-hand of the  JJritish steaiiier Fiu-jclarence at an  early-,hour Sunday ruoniititj result,  ed fatally. Such at least is tlio  present supposition.- Those near  at hand heard cries coming ironl  thed)QW of the steanier where there  was sjjace of about ten feet or4tVi!)i);e  between the steamer and the wharf  spanned by several hawsers. On  i-iisl!fng;to:tiie spot^nothing co&ld  bo-Sbcn.of any person.    Oh exam-  ���������������������������"    6i- " -��������� . ..���������*'... 1 ���������-������������������,��������� *..������-**   :.  inatioi) of Ohitiot.0 quarters it  re-  ' veali^l ono missing;;' It is believed tlitft in tVviiiw ; to  crawl ..alotiy  the'��������� liawsei*"'��������� -he������������������- fell. ... . .Tf    the  -bod^fe^oiuid^-ie-A^  saved"the ������500. head Tax. ;���������  '"'"'."  z*im-%KittX.Tii^*rrnmta8ai& n  ~m%K^a       ��������� aS  \  S^T^'C'^^  txz,*P:������.m-7*^jm-m&i*������'z-wS&  XMTCWl *������X,**Or, U-****'>m**JiM3ZKWm^  J.K-....JaJ.-.M^M-..>;.l-,..T..^Jl.      -*.<H-r-.T-|,  ������������������* v. *t*> *\*������.  Old: Santa:  ������������������rW-"*������������.iv������������������������������������*������ A-M-'-^-t-.v-B-wvi-ia ���������  .������*.--r-a^**iB*Mmrt������f������*,*jttKj.-ji+*j<Bc,.  't****\  Has a larger and Better  ���������Suppiy of  Xmas Toys, etc. ,  nrvm xmr. u usa*.-. r.^wMyrw^TjnwBai-frvtta. <*��������� za-zm*.***-..'*.* *tJijkLJm-*%ma*V3U*m  than   he   has���������ever   brought  I nlo thia town'before,  T.    E,    Bate  'if. ���������':' .Having Purchased .���������'"'  ."V  J'*,  as  r.t*n*'���������W.*>*imt*Jiin\v.mMim*,-t*^  Direct from the Factor  mmMirnmmmm!mmmm������  N. '  it enables us to sell much  below any other competitor in the District.  'H-^W-timmtmimtjew  *<^* Magnet Cash Store ������0  The price nnd variety of our ��������� goods  are an at;ruction in themselves, without  enticing yon in any othor way,  T.   E.   Bate  The Enterprise, Fikth Year.  Now tha Holiday Soason ?s on us again: ^  I wish to t.luink tho people for their piitroiiiigu I'i  tho. past j-*  '���������'���������. and wish to havo tlieir patronage iu future,     Tl'- harder you -ji  ~*l arc to please ubont jowelry the easier it is to satisfy you at this .j.  f store, X  d.  '"A     Yi-u will liiad Vi',.tohJ3. Clocks an,i   Jew-.'lry   fr..na ,'tl������-* cbeapest   -o-.\l  ' (ho BKST, and a fu'l aud ootnplatu liuo of i'lated   Ware,   Cut  Glass  *���������������  '-       -  - ��������� T  7.  T a td Leather G.c<!a.  . 1: '  *.  '���������������������������  T. D. SEcLeai  JLi.*  ti**W'**WW>JHW'-t^  ���������ai-mt-tmr* ,amm~n. ���������.n^.���������������.J..M������M���������i^..-,���������r-nM^iiTTi- i,r- ~^...y-^^-.^^p  Nothing   More ������������������ Suitable  em.tctsiimmtxfm*tmiimmj'^u-^txK^  for a gentleman's Xmas Present ilian one of those  Stat?  Safety Razors.  the only Safety Razor that shaves,  It-is  the Genuine Article  We ha/e the finest Xmas  Specialties .ever offered for  our customers in   . "  Perfume, Pipes, Leather Dregsipg  * Gases,,. Manidnres,  A nice stock of Presentation Books,  Xmas  Cards and  Calendars  ���������  mTmVmintx*fmnmmtmmi^wtt**^m  A. Fl. PEACEY,   Ctwlberhvuf. 3. C.  BESH������^i������3ii!^32s  I  Dancing Slippers  tHi n&mmmOZ&lmmt^^ Sm,'.'&ml:J.t^Li. i  for the K. of P. Ball  ***���������  All Sizes Shapes and Styles.  I  At   L,o>\'������st   Prices.  aud for  I Special Announcement, 1  I   ������Iven Away I  ���������* 4  t*  I Handsome Dinner Set. I  2?  ������  ���������iW  (', ninucuoin;.;  Wedne!.-day   December  it tli  we  give a   _*.  ^  ticket with every single Dollar's wotth of goods purelms- .%  j>   cd nt thin Btul'e (lui Cu.sh oi (Iiedi.). y  resents a Chance  in tlu; Drawing, which takes place  s  ���������if  Ai,  it*  t  it*  on wew sear's fcve   ��������� j  mmmmimmmkiiimLmimm^ <���������  I   A Ticket will lie given with every Dollor purchnserl from   T  ^    IJeceiiiiiei I ini iv iiH, inuiii.iivc. jj.  ���������#**���������-*>���������+*.;��������� A*-^ Md-MbtS-Lt* i������������i^4^^������������������*������.*|i������4������4*^^l  TROOL'SOKDKRKD      ',.,  >   Tae,i>U>KIW,D.  '��������� Wa.sliinyti'ii, Dec,  5���������K.vphc  it ditvfuo'i-; to thai i.T^.-t arc a-  wailed from il.e president.  Cms Ml, Nl-\'.    1 ������CC.    ry.   Q   vol*.  nor v^park.s tMnfivmed the report  thai; In* has iisk<-.l Hie govern-  nivut for milit. n-y aid to hold the  sitita ion i.i iutml, Imili for lite  ]>rnU:eiiou nf ilu* niiin-s and the  property ni' miner.-, uud mine owners <<f iln- ciirip.  KBDUCiNCi lT.SSTAFi������\  Winniptj;,  Dee,  7.-���������Instruct-  ioii" hive j;o'eout f.oiu the C P  !������������������.    f-'t.i^:,.,*      <" V j ,.. I ,J,|i������i(..     I.....W    1 .(  Ol LllU o.i-������ma..;..'iiKii HtC I'J it* lli.V  charged. Thi;*; means a saving  of #10,000 per annum.  WANTED���������A I.ndy Teacher  for llie Piimary Division of Cum  berland Public School Applications to bc iu by December so.  Apply to T. n,(',Lc;, i-'eucu,,)  Cumberland, H. C.  A QUIET.V/lil )!)UN(i.  A quit wedding look plnco on  WudiKistliiy ovonintr Nov. 1 Uh, at  tho homo, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ik.  nan Davis, of Courtoiuty, whon  tiwtr Nm, Mr.'0������sar Duvlw, was  itniti'd in innrriiigt! io Min������ 'Ella  M llryilen, of Wooilitnek, N. U.  Only iViiiiictlliito I'l'lmidn of tlio  lirklaand groom worn pi-pnont^-Af ���������  ter llie eeremoiiy, whicii was per-  furmw) hy the Ilov, II, S, llastin^K  ���������ii (Jiiinhiirlaiid, all ������nt down to tlio  liituipttioiiH repast,  The happy eoiiple left nn the  Uily of Nnuaimo Tliuwlav nmrti-  iny for Vancouver uud the Bound  ��������� 1 *  fi>   ��������� |. .    ,      ,,,     . ,  im..,1    li.a.ij    ii.v.iiuii   ."ilu    iti,)ii  Ihetu much linppiueHH and prosper  ity in their new homo on the Lake  U'.md.  Dont Forget to Give us a Call.  as we have beyond doubt the J,atest' S*ylcs ami  J.atej-t  Patterns, with ties to Match.  t*mitema*mmmm**man*mmmimet  t**b*mnemtM,-*'w' ������%wimm*u*.e  JN     n^I   F?AFl     DunutmiifAvoi.no,  ,   n.   1 iVL,UVL/?ciJMi;KKLAND,nc  n������>������������ti>w<w*wt������i������'WpiwnmiiM*^#.*ii wm mmnwii  mm9*Wm������**> vmtiMHH  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������^^���������������������������������������������^������������������^^^���������^���������^���������������������������^^������������������������������������t^*^  1  Mr, Geo, TurlKtll   ia homo a-  FORTY   VHAHS AGO.   ,  Coal Shipment.--The ship-  ment of coal Jrom Nanaimo last  month footed tin only mp (nn<.\  ill RTH    on October a Oth  lo  thc wife of Dr. Lambert C,  Dib  **  st inXtaie������    \  'Mma&  Buy in on the Oroxuxd Floor.  I        iiots   at   $125.00  nnd   tnvvi'%11  .  i  < ���������       Thrifl Uln worn |-1. Dt.fllly aoUo.l_*.\ from n v������ry |Arao numbvr on no-  j *   count of iliuir wuk-u-.i -ititatloa nnd 1 nc������.|iUo..ii) **alui������ V  ti* t*)oss Napictt  who l������ In tin-������Ry nn.l will l������ plflMrf to bIvupII ,mrti���������t.l-,rw rnmnVvt:'  ll.uii. :. uu.. Un.! .h. [. ;..wli..t m hlriiidy i,������ t|u. mui!..| nt doublo Um  purobiuh. price. At uuy limn your lulu wro u ^,^1 M g0|j. TTTF  NF.WS.   CUMireWLAXT*   P^TTl^H   iW,THTWg  UJE  CUMBERLAND NEWS  IbSi-ed Evi < >.   't ues< ay.  J.   A.  Bates,  Keillor nii-i  l'rO|.rietor.  The columns of Tin: News ar������ open to ..il  ������ hu aihIi to ex*ji������sa theruiu vii.wa o'-  mat-  n.������.! jjulil c inter**'t,  '���������Vh.le we do d.*l u������M ;mrael>-'������s w* insi-  oi thu ucturauce , *.���������'. ^.rrcsi.o.HliHj...-, ws  .ii .lit! r jlii ���������.*" duoliuing ���������oii.t.eit  uiuuu-ations uunoewisimly pergonal.  thi * place or that. These are  dead men who insist on beiug  can-itd ah rj������ by live men. The  I s(.ckiu������ at'ur influence is becora-  ; ing, if it has .n t already become,  as griat an evil iu Canada as   iu  '*  the   United  01. be.  Stales.- St.   John   nay  Steel Range m*k*r^-  ���������ispuiart a Mnaimo Ej  *ib        ,-rlf,- ��������� ��������� r A������ir*-%MiJr<-''  -*****-   < ii...'.**  s. s- w";iiy of Nanaimo.  U.SDAY,   DEC.   io,    1907.  between now and dare of the  ne<t issue, *- the "News  nii.) on "the wing" will be call-  in r .1) the advertisers of this paper with a view ol giving the  ns i-.l Christinas write-up of the  pr ".ninent places of business in  t i * city. Nothing fancy is pro-  m >ed, but it has been the cust-  o .1 of the present editor since elite .'lug the newspaper field in the  mm  civ, nnd it gives an opportun-  i .������������������ to say something nice of those  \v'i > support the-paper. It ru.ro  s.iit. our readers too.  'Hie Vancouver World is again  011 the war-patli. During the  nast year the editor of. the same  ii jer'has been on "the outs" on  t v notable occasions, both, of  w  ;eh lauded the offending edit  The litt'e -iirl who nurses a  do'l . v 1 la s with a toy boupbt  at McL-t d's will be* one of tbe  happiest ��������� iris around town during h6lk!a\ time.   ������������������  \  All be si m ss is based on  con-  fiedence; that is c.11 cted't, wb'ch  is the same thing.       This i; true  even in letail tratisacuons lo  an  extern ihat a few of us realize.  Excepting for small transactions  mot ey is not used at all, until  a  time et ims \ 1.1111   there are  not  sufficient iuterebauec-able credits  to ] eindt aeet-nn'ts to be balanced ; nd then inless some  of the  parlies to ihe transaction is content 10 let the traiiMution  stand  open, money is employed.     1   e  money itriuj tney of the  U', it d  Stales is not due to a lo.-s ol c.sh  but to a loss oi' confidence.���������Colonist.  1  :: li''"���������){-���������  i  or in the courts ofTKe~"pfovinee~  ��������� *e* sbould say an  extremely  c    ly. method of advertising, ev-  should the World win all the  >i its, which if memory serves  ; correct, was not the case.  iJut the World has not yet  NOTICE if lift -���������by giv.-ii that, 30 days'  after Autie, 1 itit-*i d,t<> ������pp3y io tl.-p Hon  Chief Commissi* >i < i* ot Limeys ffn-l Work*  for a-lice c.- t.i mospool for coal at d pet-,  rolomu ou tho lol uw.iig aesenbed lutidp;  Commencing 'A n post -planted at tlie  not-thwesi corn, r i.f thu ludi-avR- serve,  nioW^tittrPntrfle^f^o-IiuliuiiJiesMj^^  beiDy i-i-c'.H.n V-V C1 ma L)intiiui, lou;  taini:iR 209 iicrop.   , ,  Dated H'.h d-.'V of October. lf������7.  ALLAN* rUl.VIS,,-'  E. IldunsiN, Agent,  Parents who wi-di to  jumbase  something in live doll line should"  bluing  If you purciiase a Kootenay  without the reservoir and  decide later thatt the  reservoir is a real  necessity, why, just  order it and attach it  I yourself. ��������� It's easily  done. M or e 1 yl  remove the screws!  and take off the plate marked  "REMOVE *FOR BBSER-;  VOIR" (see top illustration),  which provides an opening  for the hot air to come  through and circulate  under the reservoir. Then attach,,  by means of  screws, ^the  reservoir and  the flue box  shown in lower illustration.  j^l screwdriver  is the onl  tool require  <7-icroi^iA  c-t^ox  KOVTK  n^X-  ail fsom I'ictona rttesday, 7 a. in,, for  N.iUit.ino. CHUuiy .a Ciotani, mijai  find l'heus Uluids when titiylit it  pa.sseu>>er:> i.tTcr.  -wives Nana.mo   Wednsday, 7 a.  m.,  it.r Union uuy Cumox <utu way puns.  Leave-. Coniox   Thursday   7 a. in., (or  J111011 litty Nanaimo aud way pons.  ..eves Nanaimo    Fiuluv,   7 u.  in, tm^  Uiium ll.iy Oeinox and. way pons,  .eavt!-: Coinox  Saturday,    7   a.tn.,   for  N.ui.iuiio and w.iy p- rts.  aids irom Nanaimo Saturdaj, ; p.m., for  Victoiia,  ���������7AN00UVER- NANAIMO.,- LADY  SMITH   ROUTE  ���������S. S.      "J0AN.,;  Sails irom   Vancouver   for   N.inainm  laily, extepl Sunday*, i'i    30 p.m.  Sails from . Xar."aiino   for   Van ouver  dally,-excepi. Sundays, at 7 a.m  F1MK TABLE' EFFECTIVE  Oct-ber   la:, 1907/  -Head Down  1 ani prepared to  furnish Stylish Wigs  nnd do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  CUMtlKULANO  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  FOR  BOYS *-  The L aurels..        Belcher Street  '     Victoria B. C.  Patrou  ami  Visitor,  'fliKIOlMi   bislUtP  OF  COLUMBIA".  Bua.i .\Usur  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,. M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted Uy thrte Oraiiuatra of the Ki uug-  nizcd UnivBrsitiei, ut Urea. Biitmn uud Cuu-  NORTH BOUND'-  Moderate terms tor boarders.  Properly 00119 sts of live acres with gpaci-  iitiH sohool Intildii.SK, txttsimtve reore������tin.  grnittum yyinuatjium. t'adut ooip������-<irji<.i,������  1 zed.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  Land   Act*  Victoria I.ar.d Di&trict.  Vasseugoi  Truins  Daily  Sutious. Nu. I  UUt   tne    VVUUU   lias    iiui   y*~������ ,iit* K���������,  ,  , inspect my stock betuvc bu\  ined enough renown  and has elsevliere_j> N> McUoj.1.  tied upTgainst a ' very solid  i> i  <���������)' ibiuation���������the C. P. R. and  t ui Wellington Colliery Com-  p;uiy���������no doubt witb a view oi  s.jj Iu advertising the paper, and  p Hiibly providing election mat-  c - tl for those who back the  \V nld.  NOTICK i- l.oroby privon ihid.W dnye  after dale. T in:ond to apply to tlio Hun.  C -ief 0.}iuini������i..iuu'i* oC TipihIb and Woi-kp  tor n Uctiiii-o to jiriiVpect f'.r i*>n\) ai.d pt t-  tolenmon llio f illott'intfdivoribo] binds;  Commencini; at 11 post |.!nii'od on tli *  boincti ut. tlm noitlvoiist ofii'm-r* or t)io  Indian lttwrvo in .'Opvnox Ilnibmti*,  kuo* n if Sv.inn 4, Conitix IU trie), be-  ing an I-.idii.n  Hi-hoi-v,  coiitiiiiiinn 1.15  London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St John, Hamilton  Free.Kvotenuij booklet on request ;  :'..'  C.H- Tarbell ^e-- Agent  ft'  <tttas-tr*miim.f<--*&>:w&mti^^  |-7icrerisr������������������   Uuaatdsi  .Shuw.igau,  1.  Cobld-.. Hill,  Oo.vtonaii,  Kilvnllall,  D,Kiu.'in'������l  .-(.HIIB.iON,  Wer'.huline,.  O.itniuiutiii,  l^dyniui'iii  South Wellington,  Snilft'lllt),'  SVclU-ittton,  -De.j������M*I_������lj,  IU .7  10;22  IU.40  J0.48  IU &3  11 00  11.U7  11-.18  tl '.12  "   11,57.  J2.18  l!2.:W.  s  District of Rupert  Sty  I  -9  j&m  S^,1vI'Cj^I-.  BL    C     ' X).A."V2S,,    Pr-CpaiBT,  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up  ������������������ist experience may cause the I ������ori*n.  1     D.-it,������d tbe 8U1 day of (tuttdicr, )0t)7  i-.-d'.nr to be a little more careful  iu.1.1 iii the other cases  but oue  i   -.mot tal.tMhat paper seriously  in *.!ie mattty ot Oriental iunni-  -.,...ii.)ii or Oriental labor or why  > .1 ti not tako advantage of the  ;,.i-;i td opportunity of backing up  j si-ph Martin in the recent bye-  oi'.-e.ion  iu Vancouver,  against '  ������..i   <>f McHride's cabinet minis���������  i*..if.-������.    Had the World boon  sin-  <:t*f.* instead of trying to be sen-  hui* inal whut a tnost  opportune  tiiiK* it. would have been to show  1 i. general ptiUie that business  \v     meant in this nuttier and  huve  supported  Jowtph  to   thc  b ter cud,   The World once sup  purled Mat'tiu.  C.G. r.l'dtN.MU),  E. HopiisoN, Acei't,  FOR SM.K-9.1 a'-ifls. with 10 nt.rcs  denied; :Si."(m worth of tiuibur, fir ted  ar, whitu pirn.-, and spnicn, 75 ;,cieH "'  bolt..111 laml. 8 i-onmed b"iise mul mil-  tuiil'IniK^ l*"t* iifspiinK ������mi'r, antl onlv ali-iitf 2 riiil'in frmn CiniibciUind, ^ ^    .1.    nm      mmmmmtmmm���������  " *'  For Snlo���������1<Ma ro������ 2M milos fro������i Court  in.v.Abtiiil 'JO iit-rfc eii mul tn n i- ymr������ 11 -  v���������\ ui/ht. in lino of uiiiwiiyuoiiKii tied, on  Clom.ttiCmirtL'iiuy riviti'.  K-.^liih 4 x liUlll'O.'-t ahvii-,'.*. 011 U|.       aUn, thu iunuUK .V !1,V AUK.MW  li/hll^-Ai.t.inif. r, li l.i.-mu.i, SiiImt., Ait.       "tll.D GUliY IJRAKli"  HtxriiJIl WIUm-vY, liBst Wmes liad Liquored all kiaus,  T.m IJ..ariliii|j and .bulging D'piirtmout, tnulur Hm lmtntdiir.ti MU^ttriutunduiiati of Mr������  . Ijiivii-, sUll lu tou ti fe'iut oltia,. iu'uvtry renin ut,  RATER,  $1 00 per day upwnrds,  VMotoria,  LtilM-dH,  Sliawiiigiiii,  ilohb'.u H>ll|  Ouwiiihiiii,  !Ci>'< .lUI-,  A.ltx .ttnn-'i, /  .SlllllfllUJ.-, ,  SV*i*Rth. Imu,  t/IH'limiiil)**,  Li.iyMi.ivhi  11  Souih Wellington  N������,iiiiiniii,  VV������ I'iiiKtoii,  No, 2  Ar. It! t'B  I a 02  IU 51  '.0,48  1 40  10 13  HMJli*  lllll-!  I) 47;  o;i7  0,5.1!  Dm, tl.1'0  Ar, 8f.O  8.1:8*  8,lnr  lio. 8,00  T\  ,N..'4.  18 55  It*.51  17 35  17 ao  17. ���������-'���������J  IT os  17 ii3  lli 58  l.llJl  HI ���������'������!!.  I I! i!52  Ue. 15 -j������  M. 15 ^  lft*.'7  15 15  Do 15U0  \ Hostou clergyman struck the  li.tit oil the head tlic utile 'Veiling in a lecture  which he gave  '.   ,        * ������������������ xt,.,.,.n nn ''Will-  I  ilVlOllm    t*    1**1*'.'-   "   ...        <.      ������i������i , A '���������.,,   .A.  n .1;.; a \iix-.       * ��������������������������������������������� -   -     -o ���������  1 *r influence,  whether political  p .1 or otherwise, is the fearful  Vim*- of Atiu'tlcan life'.     It is  1 his which stifles the best in our  yon nr men, and saps their encr-  ,:),*������aud individuality.    Young  men think they can get nothing  ������Mxptbyaup������ll*"     '^fiy ar0  ., n-.ig from thi������s man to that man  ���������iV"*"*!here is no thought uf Ml-  iug back upou themselves. They  ��������� nu* the priest, and the doctor,  and even to  Dominion ���������  Hotel  Victoria, mW. C.  Tin- l::i!i7ni-u bnwi'i* tluin ollu-r  fli'M-idii-* IioU'Ih,   Willi    Aeeunin  d-i,li>n S'lju'rior tu tunny.  K.H.ii,, witli ni- wltluml bulb,  Aiui'i:i.'i;i. riitii   ������1.50   to 9-l.m.  pi*i' day.  Kiii'hi���������:iii  Plnn.   l!������"ii)H only,  nii ti, s:i rd). pt������r dnv.  The Right Price  FURNITURE  STORE  Th"rti muy bo witne-tlilntf lior-s tbia weolt Hint you woro looking for  I111H wook,   lf it in tlio prit'o is suro lo bo liulit.   (live ub 11 ami.  IMPAIRING A SPKCIALTV,  J. H. COL INS, Cumberland.  Theusiind M'ne and Comntumtion 'I'n-  ketson s;ilf, yood ovei mil mul giciii.ti  ���������inps/iit t������o ,ind one-bidf cents per utile.  Special trains and sieamers for. Kxcur-  jionr, fitul reduced rites for panics mny  be itrrun^ed f.ii on appbcntioii to the  Dint, Pass. Agont.it Victoria.  The Cotupiinv reserves the ri^ht to  cbrtbue without previous notice,steamers  ������������������iiiliim ilaies find hours of snilinu.  Excursion Tickets on Side from (ind to  all Stations, Rood lor going journey Saturday *iml  Sunday*, returning nol inter  hiin Monday.  J, W. TROUP, Onn. Sup. B.C. Coast Sor.  I). 1. COUHl'NKY, UUt. Frl. & lm*. Ag.  BSEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy womcin  1.  ti*  I'...  STEPHEN   JONES  Whon in (ourtonay Stay At  lib Courtenay Hotel  K, ry convpnl������n������,e fortru������Mt������.  Th,<;.,mal Hot*l for fportimion  N<iHi- l.t;t th*. Went nl Wines nod Liquor*  at tli"  Har,  IHTE9 REASONABLE  UniotTBrewer.V'Beer  Is The Best  Bottled Of tr������ Bari������������l������.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  Moi-rochl Bros,  QttKAD, Cuke* ni.d IMoh didivor  od dally tu any purl of City,  Voo&'n HwnlwAtat,  The Ormt nnalinh limed*},  MXg^zL 'rona' *"* *W*ai*w**mi,lie ������J������J������  WWP^ft������mood in off Voljii, Vm* Mry.  OM TkbUitu, AftnM ������*A IHrwinWbrtry.Jit*  dokr\  Jc-hnstorti    Pro  To Ilciil���������tiovoral tb������siniblobu������  InoiiH locntloiiH. Consult tlm C,U.  K. Aflcm-y.          \fnntcd���������To borrow $2000 for  mnuc years ott   g,,0(1   ������cc"rity'  Vox pm ticttlnrs ittquire of twin   ...       ��������� t ���������������    *-- ���������       ���������      ���������   ���������    * *���������*   *       A ���������-������������������-*     -   *     -    * ������������������       -.    --    tm-    m ,__  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday nttd Thursday  of ench week we Imve fruit.  Call and give us a vibit,  mn  "If**  Kflift^^  Take notice tin* Horace Bunnell, of  Vancouver,, H. C. occupation Timber *  Cruiser, intends to apply for-a' spefiu'i'-  timbsr-llcenee o er the following describ  ed lands situated ������������������in i.hc vitinuy of Sal-  jnoaJiiver and in "Rnpert District, Van-  t-ouver Island;' "t' ,**.'"  CoinmenciiTg. at a-, post planted  abmit  80 chains cast of the south east coiner of  surveyed lo1 222 thence wer-f'So chains  llvence .nonii Su chains uirnce  easi So  chait'is thence   Mntth 80 ehains to the  point of commencement.  * ������������������:.���������<,'o>������mei>cing.ai a post planted a-  bout tio chains cast of lhe south east cm-.  ner of suive\eu lot 222 thenee ninth 80  cluins ihence e.'iit 81 chains thence south  80 chain-, ihence wesi  80 chains  10 the  fi   nt of co'minenee'meiu*.  .0   3-.-C01nmc1u.iuj,' iu a .post  planted a-  bnut 80 chains e.isi ol il������c soir.h easi c r-  tier of surveyed  lot  2'22 iliciico cast 80  chu.iiTS thenre sot th  80 chains ...tlteucis ���������  v*. ost 80 chains tliunc-.- nnrili 8u cbains to  the p'lint ofc.i.nuiem'.enient.  4,.-Ciimiitcncin^, .r a po������i pl.inted a-  bout So cli.-viix east of ihe smtih ea.t corner of-surveye/l lot 222 ihence son h 80  chains ilii-ncc uot 811 cliains ihence  north 80 chains ihence east 80 chains 10  tue po'in of comtnencement,  5���������Commencing at 11 post plauted : t  the south, east corutr ol surveyed lol  222 thence south 80 chains thence west  80 chains thence north 80 chains thence  cast 80 chain* to the point nf commencement.  6���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 80 chains souih of the south  cast corner of surveyed lot number  323 ihence smith tto chains thence weit  80 chains thence north 80 chnins tlience  easi 80 chums to the point oi commencement.  7-Commencing at a post planted a.  bout 80 chains souih of thu soulh east  cmncrof surveyed lot.number aaa tlience  nut 160 chains thence south 40 chains  thenco west 160 chums ihence nor.h 40 .  chain* to the point of commencement.    ,/  Hated September 33rd, 1907.       ������  8-i'oiumcncing at .1 post plnnted a-  bout 80 chains nortli of die souih eiut  cornel of surveyed lot t.umber 333 thence  easi J611 chain* ihence north 41) chuius  Ihence wesi 160 chains theuce south 40  chains to the point of commencement.  9���������Commencing at 11 posi plnnted iso  clwini north of the snuih enit corner of.,  ^l surveyed lot number 323 thena noith  160 chains ihence east 40 ehaini thence  tiimth 160 chains thence west 40 chain*  to the point ot commencement.  10���������Commencing nt n port planted 130  chains north and thence 40 chain* east  of the south eust corner ol suiveyed lot  number 33a thence north i6'> clunni  ihnnre ������n������t 40 chnins ihence south 160  thence west 40 chum* 10 uie pwim nt  CUl|llllC,li.������|.ic;lll.  Dated September 251b, 1907,  11���������Commencing at a pott planted a*  bnu< '3������ chains north and ihence 80  chains eait of the Houth east corner of.  ��������� ut vy"' lo������ numbf r 233 thence north )Lo  chain* thence enst 40 chains thence ������oum  100 chain* thence we������t 40 chain* to- the  poiniofconmencement.  11-1 ommsneing at a po*t planted a-  bout l3o chain* north and ii������>, chum*  tnst of ihe south enst corner of *uive>ed  lot 333 thence north 160 chain* thtnre  can 4a chains, ihcnte South 160 ch,nm  thence weit 40 chain* to the point of  commencement."  Uated September 36th, 1907,  HOKACIi IIVNNEIX,  ���������   1 THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  HOST PERFECT MADE.  QSQCO^rCx-cxpcy^  EVERYWHERE.  E^ToiffiETy^S  i-H-M-i MH^rM'-H^i^rM'iHH*  NOTICE.  Riding on locomoiives and- railway cars of the Union, Colliery  Company l������y any person or persons���������except rain crew ���������u- strictly  prohibited. Employees rre sub-  ioc t-* dismissal for alio' jg same  ,  ������ By order  .Fl? AMIS D    LlTTIV  Mfliia^-sr  When in Cumberland  STAY  AT THE   VIC'S I) OM Km-  K3   All Convknifncf.s 'von Guests  riiu Bar is Suri'UKu with  Best Liquors and Cij;ars  J. R   BANNEltMAN.  JAPANESE  nl ajl. ��������� -.*. Prioe.  Wholesale and Retail.  Swetj" ami Clle.ni *\w  i*\  Solbs.... ...   , S2.8e  I  ;j& ���������  .-3   m  Ko. 5 Japtown,....Ciimbnand B,  JOHN -McLEODi'  fou f:i:st*(M.a������h  (SANDY, KHWlTH,  01(1 AUS & TtlttAODOf  60  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  TWAOB MARK!  DCSIONB  ,   COPYRIOHT* 4C.  ���������nren������ Mtitllpt ft tketeh and dnierlptlnn mt������  ...iMur MiwrtHlif enr oplnlmi free wl.etl.or ao  lliT������nt1nn it urobiiWr piltqiitiibli. Conitniiiilc*.  l������*t*littt.t������li������i|���������tfir���������?- 4'--  'H'Mtitfi ''isiin JEfirou&K"'ilapu  nurtalnoIlM, without cljnrua,  ������tentt.  ttotUt  l'*Si>rn"Bpi  arm *x������,  rffSMW nv\**w, *i IMIWI.V vnn. Mil, III tllC  Scientific Hmcrican.  A^Wit������<,ni������li'J.llwfirMfi*J Jf!?l'j;*  \\iit nnr wfmliii)jWmli Vornii, IJ n  our rtiohlli, ft. Bold br nil tii wiil Mliri,  Coio������Broid*ir,HBwjgrk  LAND AOT NOTIOE.  D'atrlot of Now Wontminttor, Lnnd  DUtriot, (J'niHt No. I.  TAKK NOL'IOKthnt the MoLnu������lln  Lmnbor Company, Limited, of Vnnoiu-  rat, B.C, LumberinMii iutond to apply  for iiarmianiou lo puruUwie the following  f1np*������clbnd Inwlft:���������Commencing at������poat  planted nbout id chaina dintaut, aud m a  nortlio utterly dirwition from tlie im*i ot  Turnbull Core, abuut the line of high  water mark, ImIiw tlie aouthwoet corner,  thenoe nortb aO ohnlim, thonoo enat 30  ?bntn*. tlteno* smith 20 otwiinu, thonoo  along the *hnre to ohnina to point ol  sommenoemeut, tnd containing 40 noree  moro or low.  The MdbAUOIIMN LUMBER Oo. Ltd.  Uated nt Vnnoonter thla 14th day ot  September, 1907,  Advertise in the NEW8  BULiBS  o=  and  Hayman & Maxwell.  + ���������  T Proprietors.  XTEAMSTERS, and DRAYMEN'  4< SINGLE and DOUBLE RICS'  tFor HIRE. ALL ORDERS,  V PROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TO.  | * ,      .   ��������� ���������  |j-M St, OnmlDerlaiid I  From   France,   Holland  japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall  Planting      ��������� '���������  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  ������3>*l'le;i3C note that my fruit trees are  ���������iot grown   Irom   imported   piece   mot  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  ee'lling, from bearing trees.  Fertilizers, liee.Suppleis.Spr iy  Piunps, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc.  M.J.HENRY'  Greenhouses t\nt\ I*. O. Address��������� 3010 \VKBtmi.mler Road.  TheMafeifigofa  Successful Wife  By CASTER Si. YOST.  STARTING RIGHT.���������Settling Down  the Most Important Pari of Ibe Business��������� Happiness Is Made, Not Found.  Don't Start Wrong by Making an Expensive Bridal Tour.    Awt-    mt , Jw  THIS  SPECIAL eiUBBING OFFER  THE  Western Home Monthly  AND  The Cumberland News  The Two for One Year for  OO  $2  '    Tlw Wettem H#ne Monthly hii long been Kco&uSi aTliS"  irntot illutfrated home magazine ol Watcrn Canadj and ii n\i by  over 33,000 (a-nilies every month.  lt contains a wealth of leading ficlion, editorub (tr ih<-n-ftod  women,.able aibclet on leading tubjecti, wUIe itt one dozen or m'Jto  department!, under spec! .1 ttan 'ard headings, are intuuting and l.rlp.  (ul o tlie member* ia every home circle.  Out wbicriEcrt an urged to lake advantage c( lib  ^SPECfAL OFFER HOW  aCDRCSa AU ORDCRS TO OUR OFFICC  low ror the woman who pn.ftl'dea onr  it. When I see a man jump for bis  hat wlion. the quilting boll rings and  make a bee lino for the first car tbat  will got hliu homo I sny to myself:  "That fellow* doesn't bave to go  chasin' around ulghts lookln' for.  'amusement. lie's got all be wants nt  home." And when a in nil bas that  he's bound to be contented, nnd, being contented, he's bound to be bap-.  Iiy, iind, being happy, he's bound to.  be good natured, nnd, being good na-,;  tured, he's bound to be a good hns-,  band If he's rightly managed on tbe  intellectual   side.    I'll   bave  a   word  amoitions; lie wants you to help nim(  In bis struggle with the world by  your sympathy, your encouragement  aud your advice: be wants to bear  your troubles���������not the endless repe-j  tition of the dally string of annoyances which come to every wife, hot  tho real troubles, the problems; which  you find jt hard to solve for yourself!  And, over and above ifll, little girl, he}  wants to feel the gentle caress Jul  touch aud speech; the little evidences)  of tho-Jpve that does not die with tbe)  honeymoon, but  lives on and f  grows stronger  aud stronger  with each passing , year.  That's tho Intellectual side,  s wee t heart.  That's the side  that gives married life Its  sweetness and  beauty and makes home a home of  happiness, but it will peter ont mighty i  fast'under a diet of -soggy rolls and  weak coffee. Just remember tbat,..lit-"  tie glitj just remember tbnt. Your affectionate dad. JOHN SNEED.  Soijtjy rtiUn arid''icciik  Ctiff(.c.   ,  ..Ij-ciiue now and Imve your sttbscriptoii date fVom now   un t*  h   end 61 next year, Eecemlier 31st,   1908.  CANADA'S   (GREATEST.  NURSERIES  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOR  OUMHEU.LAND  to soil High Oliiitu Mtii'sefy stock  in Fruits anil Oi'imiiiuntalu Lai^-  cut libt of now Hpocialtiod ovor oi!-  oroil. Start now at bost Bollinjj;  ���������kttison. Jvicoiifud by D.U, Gov-  eriiiuoitt to soil in tno Province of  British Columbia. Big inducements, IJlionil Pay, liamlsoiiio  free Outfit, Territory Itetwvod,  wriro for terms itnd Catalogue, and  send 25c for our aluminum pocket  mlorosoopo [Magnifies 4J times]  and 80c for our handy saw, 311s  tlio thing for trimming trees [cuts  iron as woll us wood,]  Stone & Wellington.  Foothill Mnraorios,  (Over 600 aoron]  rOttOWTO    - ~    ONTARIO  LAND REQI8TRY ACT  KOR S\LK-  Tlte splendid rosidenco of Mrss*  J. Uuu, 2 lots, 8 Roomed  llniiso. 'Unfurnished or Fu'i'ii-  irthod. Vxio-o1 on ap|)licati0ti t.o  the Oiiniberland Real Estate  Agency.  In a ticwart clialr.  to sny on that side presently. It's,  tiie purely physical side you want to.  look after first. After he's been fedj  let bim bave bis easy chair, his slip-1  pers uud his clgnr. Don't keep everything so spick and span and shiny anil  straight up and down that he's afrald|  ���������to sit down anywhere because ho  might disarrange a piece of batten-  berg or a sofa pillow.    What women  " eairnTgootl���������HCOSCltooper-tsii-t���������ftlwaya -  a good wife, not by a long shot. If  ti man has to sit up In a spindle back  new art chair as stiff as n rc-enforced  billiard cue he's going to sigh fort  something different, and tbe llrst tlilnja  you  know  he'll  be sneaking" ont ou]  Juislness about . threo nights. In tlyy  week. No, my dear, ������������������let Rill foot  fchat right at li-uye lie fan get incfre;  i.*oll(l comfort thun ho can have" anywhere elpe on- earth, nud you've got  him anchored for keeps.      v  He Married a Companion.  And yet that Isn't everything. Fo*  luStnnco. if you were to fall Into the  hublt of strolling over to a uelKhhcr's  every evening while, bo rends the papers he'd huvo good auiso to grnmble  nud protiiibly woul t. Ho, married to,  get 11 cotnpitnloii, uot just������ housekeeper, and be wants you with bim, not alii  of tlw time, but jnoat of the tlme,j  whon he's nt* home. Ilo wants you]  ���������to sit on tho othor ,side of the table'by  tlio fireside; ho wants to rood to yoa  or hiivo you road to hlm; lio wont*  to gos.s||i wltb you just like pals; hoi  wants to toil vou of bla hopes audi  Recollection.  Tho stout man on the back platform  declined to agree with tlie conductor.  The conductor thought he hadn't paid  his fare. The stout mau was of tho  contrary opinion.  They exchanged harsh words over  the matter.   c  "I gave you a nickel when I got  aboard," said the Stout man.  "I haven't taken in a nickel on this,  trip," said the conductor.,  The stout man grew yory red., His  hair seemed lo bristle.  "That's Jtif.t enough of this," he  growled. "1 don't want to have any  trouble with ybu. I had trouble with  a conductor onco. I'd hate to tell yon  what happened."  The conductor drew back a little and  inad6 no further attempt tar collect the  stout man's faro.  But when tbe stout man was abant  to alight from the car at the Pennsylvania crossing tin* conductor's curiosity was too much for lilm".  "Say," he asked, "what happened  whon you bad that trouble with the  other conductor?"  Tbe stout man looked back.  ���������*M-"wns-in~llie���������hospital���������sfch-weeks,!L,  ho mildly answered.���������Cleveland Plain  Dealer,  By CASPER S, YOST.  SPENDING;-AKD SAVING.- Home  Building the Main lhisinrvi of Life.  Don't Be Stingy, bat Be Economic*!.  Always Have ������ Mtrjjin and Put It In  the Settings Bank���������The Wife'* Part.  U=  "Fcee the Musis."  There are several lbeories concerning  tbo origin of the Bli-.iig phi-ano "Pace  fhe music." It hi wild to have como  ,fro:u the nrnijr. Otft- of thi' ulfflcr.ltloa  in training horses for the military  service wus thnf of getting them to  face the regimental baud without cutting up ti riinipui;.  Another authority- says "also Hint it  In of inilltnry oriicin, but th.it It was  applied to .solilleis whon (bey wore  drummed out io tin- * timoO-f "Tbo  Jto,?ue's MiirHi." :������������������!!:)' iniDther' ver-  r!o:i Is that it ):: u*-ed by ncroi-s, behind  lliu scentM wbi':i "pri'P'irinjf iii gi 011  the Bingo to far.* i'.i������> musio literally.--  Minnei^iolis Jountul.  [Copj-riffht, 1007. by Casper, 8. Yostl'  Y   DEAR   MTTLE   GIKI.-I.  don't know how big a w.td  Hill   puts   Iuto   his   pockcM-  ivhoh (hi* ghost walks on S:it-  nrdny afternoon, but I'm pretty sine-  that sweet William is no $10,000 beauty, ..at least not ta anybody but you-  Ills employers may pay bim a pretty  good salary, but Til hot a wholo strii-g  of Missouri mules that be earns every  cent of It, and tbe future happiness of  both of you depends to a gre.tt evtenl  on how you spend it.  I am-!ed to t!ii:������"  reflection ��������� by the fnint odor of b'li-ttbift  currency' which clings to your bvst letter and which leads me to lie'lovc that  v.'illiain's expenditures are pinning a-  pretty close race with the pay wagon.  I may be wrong about tbls, but Kvo  been loaded,-'.up with a few brief remarks for somo time aud I'll feel better if I can deliver tlicr.i where I think  they'll do the, most good.   Maybe I'm  wrong in my surmises, but If 1 am ytiT  won't take it amiss.   You know .roar  nomadic old dad hns but ono object in'  view, and that Is to make you happy,  to .-show you the wny as well f s V ,-a-:  to the permanent happiness thnt com������-s  with a life well lived.  Now, ns old Parson Smart used ti  say, after Ue had led his bewildered.  flock so far from the-text-they couldn't  remember whether it was from 'th-  Songs of Solomon or the Epistle to the  Thesealonians��������� now we will return to  To the Lepl Kupresoutntlveu of  Joioph Rodello doaeaaed inUwUte (  TAX ENOTfrT: Mint, flppllnMlon hafi  been made to rc((lflt������r Onrrifl IMket m  owner In Pee Simple, under a Tux Hale  Deed from tlie Deputy AaieMor ot ttie  JMntriot of Comox to Iter, dated the  *VU -irti w������ **.'**, VJCrJt ned" yon nro  reqnired to oontent tbe claim ot tlio  ���������aid Carrie Piket within tti daye trom  tha flrtt publloBtlon of tbla notiee.  , Dated at the Lnnd HegUry Ofllee,  Victoria, ButUb d>luu������bl������, Uiia 18th  ilny ot November, J807.  h. y. wotvrrox,  Itogwlrar t i*m.rnl,  Nov.������tb,lW?;  WAT  JJl'liBii-'i"  *  ,f*  ���������y������  Amy  *a  \wftomm  Wri  rmtt t  ���������t*A.jrt,thi'  y tiriiwi,*'  King of Scotch Wlilikte������i  The HUDSONS' BAY CO  Solo  A cents for &C  ���������   "Elunilc ciirn-nvy,"  ottr  "mittens."   And  our  "mittens"���������  that Is, yonrs nnd. IJill'.-t��������� is in the littlf,  yellow enVclope that the ^-t;shier Imndi  out through the "grated' window e'.eo*  Saturday. That Hide yellow eavrlo*".?  Is tbo basis of nJl ,tb-it Is mntcrlnl an I ���������  tnttch tbat Isn't Ai.iiorlal In" our lived  imfVsbould therefore be tft'ured wli'i  profound respect.   It Is of the otmod  lmportiinco to all of ui tint It eomo to  us wltb regnhirlty, but what wo di  witli Jt nftor we >:i*t it is 11 blnmcl-  sight moro imporlant still.   Most iw.v  pie seem to think tbnt It all depends  on tbo number of dolhirn It contains,  Tbat, I admit, Is n highly Intorofti ln������j  subject, but It doesn't count for much  ninnnraido the problem bf plncing tho  dolinrs,  Wnetncr irs leu n xvwn or n  liundrod a week It taken Rti-otebbig it  enrry It over bpvoii days nnd leave a  ranrgln   to   button   up   on   Monthly.  Maybe you've honrd tho polltldnn* nnd^  other financial expert* InlklnR nlmd  "olasilo cuiTonffy." Hill has, I'm snro.  Woll, tliey don't mean, esnotly the name  thing tin I do by It, but It'n mlglily oh--  Bontlnl thnt tho rnsh|t������r ptitu olnstlt  curroncy Into tho yellow envelope, audi  It's n lot moro essontlnl thnt ym know  how to stretch nil tbo littlo kltikn nnd  curlycuofi out of It. Thut'H tho ttlnd nf:  n put! evci-j* mnn oiifht tft hnvo, mui  If lilu wife entebcn bold  with bnth  ImndH nnd pti!ln nn bnrtl or bnriler tluin  ho doog tln������y cun drnw It out to tbo  middle of jiejt week without goti'iin  crnutps In tbelr iniinelon,  It'fi wom'.er-  ful whnt a wotnitii enn 1W1 In tlmi wny  wlion Hhe wnntfl to, antl tt'n nl������o *nt-  , prlRliifl; whnt n wenk bnoit ihe nvoruti������  mnn gets when he trlo-i the job by lilm  nelt.  To Make Doth Dnt'i Lap.  No, lay Uttlo girl, thi.< innttor of  Ktn'ichliig Hiiliirlf-N or of inukluu **dU  ends Inp ovor Ih (<<!>m work. M.ett-  wotiioii ������eom to th'tk tbnt tlioy'veib.iif  thoir wholv duty by thiii bw*biui!*K  aalary when tliey'vo tid, m' hi-u t-  blow It In. I'm ti ^tult i a nft'iml.  you've Rot koiiio rnieli tiodoo lu yo'ir  own dttiir llltln iioj-jfln, Uut II'h it m: ������������������  t������ki������, fl Imd uilHtnko. i'lio ittod l.un!  didn't put men 011 earth for tlw mh  pirrpow of orovldlnc pwtt.v clofhw nn I  Ice twini ao������lan for tin* oilier nex.  1 (Uut������ n pnui.tiii 1 >im, iii .Hindi, a, ,1  thnt'a nlioiit all n gi.������l i.ii.uy men  finally il������, but I'm willing tn ������inke tny  jnilgrocnt thnt It'a wrong. Tb������ trw^u  hwlneiit-nt life In home bnlldioif.   Tbd  '* ���������' '*'     ft    "'.������     (������������������������ ?������������������**���������      Itif.    irri.it  tlnnncliilioriioriitl'mn, thed -vnverlmit  Hckwo, even tho \v������n)**������'i������ vlulu ut-o  of focoadary ImportnTKi- And In tbo  work of homo bitllillnjr thi* mnn nnd  Hk- ivomiin nbniild btnt.d Hide by -.1 *.  fbouldcr to idiouldor. *l>o yon r������im>n.*  I cr. Utile girl, flmt pl������'or> of *vtt*try y������ i  rrcltnl the dqy ynu graduate.! ffoin  lilgb Nfba'tl? I'rmfcy, b it ,v<������ii did In 't  . fine In yoor pretty white drmw with  } tbo him ribbon nround yonr waletl  I toe xews, cmn?EiiLA:m* .shitty? coLircrpTA^  fc.*^.,**- ^.*.i-^*~  .���������,:.i^&4li(ia4^;;.;rt^k������i.v^iij'^rw  "vChristm  iT*.  as. ureetmg  ===== --���������=^  j������o inn\? rUis Gb'ristnws bc a ftnt-pg..one to pon,  TOappyto nuinv* move v/bos'c Ifoaopincss bepenbs  on sou, eo mafeacb Igearbe/IUppier tbairt&e  last.  *" inn nn mi   iwnnm       l    ���������Mil* *'      "' ��������� .--������������������������������������ ��������� ________ ^  r-l��������� Mn|t|ll|| M mj  C  Stoddart, the jeweler.  *.^������r<arasafe2*ssifiBs9WS^03KSfec^ t  NOTICE.  A11'accounts due me must be  paid to Mali Ten, .who'is authorized to. conduct my business and  collect my accounts during my  absence in China.  MAH TAt LEE.  X126-2  Land Act.  Victoria Land   District  District of ..Rupert.1  On Thursday evening the roavd  (* 'lie 'School  ar nioutliiv uh^Ujh/ o  Board was hold in Conned Chambers, al! t rudteo.-; li..:inj.r present,  ilinntes of previous ineatino- n-  .ll)|)U;<i.  A c.oniinnnieut ion was read  frmn Miss lJrin_do -s'atiiio-that sir*.  intended to .sever Imr connections  with tlm -Tni-stec Hoard at* liio  ond of tho term. On ni-'tioti de id  ed that rt.-tdotmrion be ncwjitod,  applications called for, same" to he  in hy December 20ih.  Tlioa'p|).!ieatiuii of Miss Nora  Hill for a position on the sf-iifu-as  read. Application was |;u',| over  'until'next meeting when . same is  to come up fbiv.co'nsidor-.ti.ou.  Several pupils who attended the  Moll seho.il  at  thn *!>  i.A ;���������������������������  i v >;,  On NVednesdiiy e'.-e.dnjj; ih,! k,  of P. wih iiistaii the ioliowin >  of beers;���������  dames Walker. 0. CJ.  William. Walker, V. 0.  ���������John M-.Niven, Prelate  Joh.i llorhury, M. of A.  Harry Wl.ytu, Id. of W.       .,  U������org������ Robertson, K, of S.  Ivu!i.:it Hornal. i\l. of A.  ���������J. 11. Sit-iillieiv, i\. of*E.  Al������-x, Walker, 1. ti.  Chas   Why'So, O. G.  *���������-'���������- ., mfrm-m:      ��������� ���������������������������..,,. mm  Mrs, A. W. Morgan returned to  Rossland on Saturday accompanied by Mrs. II. S. Morgan of this  ���������ity.  Amori'ff the recent arrivals in the  oAy are Messt-b T. Armstrong and  J. .fV-mer, two old time residents.  .laice* something, borne* with, you   from--i^toyi8~*t-0re^Jomeihiiig,  'Tcko notice that Alva Mnloney, of  Ceiitraiia, Washington, D. S. A., ocoupatiou T-ii,bar Cruiser, intends to npply  for asp cial timber licence ovor the fol-  lowinu clfasoiibed landa ���������siUnued in the  vrinity of Miimon Hiver nnd iu ltiipsit j inU|���������'  District,, Vane uvei Island.  1 ���������-(> ���������mmoiicinjf at ti po.vt planted a-  bont Un 0! iiia ��������� west: of the, south er.st  corner of stirve.ipd lot number 222 K'up-  ert District tln-nce s.utli 160 chains  tlieoco west 40 chinas thenco north lfa'0  clm'nis thonce eust 40 chains t.i the point  of corcmt'i'cenioiit'.*-'-.' ..  ���������2 CmmionciuK at n, p;-st plniited''1 i*.-  bout 12>) c; ii'h woet ot the Bt.utli e;.st  corner of .-,11, y- )pJ J.>t i.umbo/ -l'l-2 tliorau  south 1GU t-hni s tneuce west 4.U chains  th'-ue -. n.-i-"ii lOo chuius Ihei.co Oitt-t -le  cliiiiiis to |iiii.it ut louiinetic.moot.  Ai- (Jt ti.ii.n. ins at n p.'st plnnted 10  NOTICE  The Court of H-jfUoji, for the Mnn-  iuijrtiiuy of Ouii.OviJi'oi.i,  tu  rovi e tlm  Ka������.s".Listoi: thy year iSA.8,  will  unci  iu. tue (..'.ity Coun d OuiiiiiOoio .m .������s;u,  10 'Degiiming   ofj oroay, becctuUM*, "JAiA. iU.ii, ut 7 oj p.  terTn had not paid ��������� fees,   u.-sd   had!111,  sincv..' quit school,  he  regular  custom  I'l'Cided   Uuu  not  <l.*pai'U'd  from   pupils   pay   for   full   term  Accounts���������Catiiph. ij [>n\^  $35,  50; Water Bill  $l).25.      Ordered  ��������� The principal wns granted per-  mi^Hioii to susj-.e.id , two Ciiino.-e  hoV". niiiii the en..' of the term  ALEX ilcia.N'XON.  vJny .CiuK.   ,  Cumberland, Dec. vd, l'.)i;7.  i,h; W, rioklcs reiurned .lo Don  man island on (Saturday.   ���������  I This range's oven izi athor   *   t  1 a r g- e r than seems A*������������ *-lv" ���������  necessary, buL>ou'!l ������%^ '    ./$if  since  it takes  -* -*& ^  Hmf  I less   fuel   and iff~-3*  1 less fuss tp do gWVi-~^  )  lltV-^-DCVJ.0-,     UUUJTUU..1    ^/^V.t       ^  I like the extra room./^r |^  "q  tfi"  S'  m  m  W.tocni  wWidovmvt.^ - i    j   }'<n h\- *���������������<���������,   -,.-'���������/--,*���������   * cck-springfe  ������| stops \) j.l. 0 ���������  1       ..i- t^-'teelloose  W-Wk bottom o, it, > t It, 1 1 i. 1 ������������������ 1 a ico, always.  mm Way tho f - u .o1 1 p if - * 1, Jit design,  MMk mako t' ���������> 1- 1 1 t. l . . "ii.c ri no j to control,���������  Flflf%. eJtKV ^������7 Kl"' '> r - ^ "* ������- 1"' ' '.' 0 trd look it  I ^1^% ������ C1''���������*"' " - L^-n ' } r   -   '' "    '^ ^ie raoney.  >v^gg^       CO., Elf. tJ   ff  ?j. OlaO  *cr* -c" ILirailton  vEiiJ-'ourer  "SHE" has hoped to   he 'able   to  get���������and you  will   find  yoursolf  the husband of the-happiest \vo-(  man in town.   ; 0  METHODIST CHURCH.  ������������������tt���������* '  ���������"Producer-? and non-producer*}"  is tho subject- , of.   the.     sermori  next Sunday evening.    Tho male  quarkttb will hing.    Y'M   aro in  vitod to attend all the iwvices.   -  J-  mt*f[*l*.m  Your gift is you i* atiibftfiBttdor to  "ILiP Hig]inei'.3,V' It should do  y>>' 1 e red it, always. Perhaps ono  w. iho:-'.. ������������������tar redely rnzoi'B sold by  !   :ii-,t������v would ser'e the purpose?  A l.ooi: or .1 Cii:.*'.!M:i': card  m.ik*,\* ". voi'y !-aiid������otiio rem-am-  '���������.���������mi'." to snnd by m- il. Voact y liu*-  r������n ; , *.*Ui ut i.tipply of exeelleiu  ,*    ��������� ''t*      Have von H>e\) them'-/  .V.  !>'j'>;.ti) left on  Silt-  e.)  a visit to friundrt.  ���������cnunns^Tst-*.,' th^-s-Htii-^.-.sl���������o<>i-a������-r~o'-  .-ucvc-yci lo> '."li ti.r'iio- south iCo claimv..  theuco neht i- clmi. s ti,e,icc ui-rih 16'..-  chuius   tl. 11 0   eust  *i0 chains  to tli.  poiut of 0 .! ..iiuiicemeiit. ,  ���������i-C'mmi.-',uiiignt a past plnnted 11  Ijl.ttt 'Mil ir ,il ,s wo4 of t'i.'< Sutllll cnat  coiner uf unoyod lot '22ii tlionuij bouth  SO ohniii'lli.nio'j'vront 8** chains tlioucl'  n.ii-lb 8i) i-Im.iw tliL-nce ens. yu oluii^a, U>  tii.i pii.i, of !.*')iiiiai'i)o/iiic'i<t  Didoil s. (.toiubor 5i!Jrtl, !'J\i7.  o* CviiKiiHin-iiin at. a vm pl.mled n-  bout 1U0 ciiiiiiH south "f tho south eust  criior ul liiiiyn.sbd lot 'i.'1'i tlii'hci; oust iii.)  cln.iij-i thoiuw smith -10 ohains tl-Ktce  weat ltMohiiiiiu thfliio norlli 4iiohiiins to  Uie point of 0 mmtmwa'uent.  (! Coiiitiii'injing nt a p. st j-.l nled 11-  bout lil'*! c!i;ii,m noiith oc Iho ui'iiih ens.  e.ortu.r ..f I'lau'-.odiotmuiiU'i 'iti thtu.Cv  rnst iiiii cimiiis thonoo no ,th .4.0������������������obuitib'  l,iiO!,c.* ,w-i K'(j I'liniiiii th-nco iiiu'tii id  clmi.111 ih*jmitit'ofOommeueoiniut.  7-<',oiuri'i>icj]jfjf it a pout pliuiletl n-  bout'iii.) ch'iiiis soulh .01 the south ensl  uiruor of iim-voyotl lot numboi 222 tlunitsti  ilimit:.-wwiitij cli.nns tlu.'iico south WO  cliiiiiui th. in*. oiiHtHOclinin- the cnoith  Ho itli.iji,.! in iijo point 1 f oonimeiioi'mci t.  H   i", iiiim-hnln'tf lit''ii poHf. p!iint,������.| n-  li.Hll *2l|{ll'l���������iii,rt illllltll b( tilt)   H'lll'll   OIlHt  i-o.-i,i.. o . ���������u, yi il i.a niinilit'rSW tlu-no.*  eust lii'ii*!iiiin tlunoH Houth *|d ohiiiiin  thon i-iv. H l.i1) oiiniim lliHinn north *ll)  nhiiiii'i I , Uii.|i������ilit of o'.iumciKj, [iiviil,.  O..iul.Su-inbor21tli,li'07.  A*vn 'Mnlotirv,  ���������ENGINEEIIS'- EXAMS. .,  Tho returns of the recent fxa.m-  i'-aw-o.^ show the siu*et*s>fnl ea'i-  didates;-  Kor Set'oii-1 (31a-s: .]. 11, Polity,  \V. Ciirtilaguioel   W. Moro'l.  l,,or Ih-rd (dtis-.: 0 dac.'hsou,  AV-.���������W-ivikeivA^-U,���������Iwiu!:,���������J^-,i\Lu_L  ^  ������_  Ever, liale y.ri who goes to  .school buouid can: at iiio.^^ud't  ano picK out a tine uou. i .icy  are tu^.- besi itnu cii<.-;*ijj^-si iu i0>; n  ��������� -^jr���������   Battler's. MigiiuS .  -Jur. J. \V. li.iWUioiin'iw.i.to ie  tti.no*' home 10 i\.iii.������niij on o.n-  ur-iay iasi alicr LciUiii" .,, biiiiKo  tiap to Rotate,.aj \-vl.ue lie aju.tr-  for Sals by Magtet Cash Store, Mz RetaiS Agents.  <*> fiV&   rt(\V I ft     H1 i"? l(    fiV.   f h &i A-. 'fc A  I       'iut ������.whh hm\\\- m Immn*  :rCo a lm.*. 1.li^* CL   lhe   Jari  iili-.  v.  nUhclodi*.  Mnko your now dlsholotln of Itnlttod  eotitm, and yon will bo plmmed to nolo  tlmt Uay ui"V bo wiuliod ii������nlu and  nit.ilu nnd iaiil iuoif clour and cleuiu  After twliitt, iilM'iij'H t'ttrofully Wliiill  clothi \.\Ai both Htmp nad noda nn.l  U'intf tl>ct..i out. In 'lin nlr to dry,  %u, .in;-'u  1,'ri ,!.fnkt.  "Mnlto a p..iut fiiiMiyn to hnvo nn i������x������  trn n<nA l-ir.'.ibriiNt on Hiiudny morn*  hur," ndviNt.M i, wlmi woman In Whnt  to Idt, -it i.itvu tlm dny rlRlit for  tlw 11 niu of tho Iioiiho. Olvo hlra tlm  tiiliu,** !������; !< ii.tria-ularly fond of on  tlmt w.y nt.-ivi* <t:i otltow."  MnVf Vou    on 1 IlnnUam.  'I'.ifit t' t'niv t. > mt kttelum floor an  OKI irnrprft. Ita; cropet 'H th������ b������it.  Hprend thickly ������.v..*r liil������ a thick pnutt*  of o-iin- innl u-ntfi, Whon dry, aM nn-  ..tlior UiU-k layer,   'i'lwn piital in ���������*������<������������  Oi.ru 1.UM1,    1 "it ���������������������'< ho JH,fubV>wJ",nnd  V..II XXUM U JIfotllliO.  ���������*mUt.i''ll  .mm  ,\Hit yonr I'mn t* tor boan buffi, for  v/iS'-h h<* '..���������'.! ' ' n-t'-r- ynu 6 oentst onoh.  ol nerrtMn r-liwt������l  ������������������ '������i   .    t..-���������-.������'ml, and jon win  ������        c     Uy:tlu, nultablo for nil  !..u-iii-ii pi.-'i-.-'ien  11i������ Imlrbrwli nhoiikl hnvo long, n ift  liihitloH that iv III ko right through Iho  ,...'.r ui.ll i.u *���������.-' '-.���������'���������ry pnrtWrtoMitHr,  ,  nd muat, niovo nil thlnga, bn lummc*  Nf'TH IS IIKolKliY filVliN   dm  *hi* ttii.li-i 1   itiivi! inaili). .ijfipl'C.uion  Ifi   11. a,'  ;,iqum   l.i'eta r.-i ttniler tin*  pnivisiini-. 1 -lie stutiiii-s in tli.it Uii.iltj-  Uvnvwnlt*  S uuu. I (   it.ois, Union fIntel, Union,  '��������� M. I' ',. , ,|)riti^ lrm lh-'i������������������/'<���������>;���������������**-; l--'  ���������)��������� II. 1 '** v.   1, Itivt-isidv   llnUil,  (' tut  l:li ���������'-.  Joim   \i.  'fusion,    Cootti'iiiy   Ilo el,  '���������"���������M.UilX, ��������� f.    ,,  .S. J. ciii'.v, i.orne H'������tcl, C'iui.u,  Io-miIi I. II tlniffs  I'tirt Atmuiia Hotel,  C.���������i.v  <ictii"i'i.   i.-|)onfiUI, \:tU iSoiti,. -jimo.  I'llll. Hi  s.   icy,- iViiton   lime1,, l.'nion  Jjiiit-n, A. J.   Tnylor,   K.   'lhtirm,  .lames" W:d!;ei' aiuhC. i''ii,x,  1'or Fourth Cla.s: T. C.-trey. It,  Abrams, T. Anuhtroinr. J, lluin-  jihrey and J. /.-, io>.ss.  ��������� "S.-e.oiid e.iass engineers n:'e per-  mittod to .ojierate up ro-500 h [������������������  steam jilanrs; third elnss up to  230; and foiirthelass up to 25. A  fourth nny also a������t as -seeniid 011-  gini-or up lo 25-il h. p., and ������ third  may act as seeond lo lliu^ hi'diei  powered steam phoits,  t*..*!*-,*****,*-*^,*'^,**.^***������*������������������#' ti^t^,%ft^*,-*x^minAmi*mwi*e^%*,  CAHI.) OF TMAKKS.  Mr. and  ?,liv,  li.   0, Wilfnii  nirth   to thaiik  all   those   fiiend  who showed iIumii ko  luttiiy   ki'rd.  nessoK iliii'ing'ilieir recent In reave.  niont,  ww--.**-****'t**mw.* *tm^  If you should vinii; another eih  and sin.uld Iind one merchant, in  your lino nd vert isiuoj about n*  iniieli a������ yon do. and anoiher 1 wie,  i's much, you woitlh soon mako iij  vour mind as to which one wns tin  1  ojle-���������lhe      hie-     one  1'i  I mu v^oui iti^uU-T '  l.nloniiuaioiy a   JSi;ws   i-opies  eutaiive w.is   not   1.rose.it   ar   die  inoeiitiir not ha.'i.io  reeeive-d   dei  o o  n'.te -\o:d of .bile of meeliuo*.  4*,  *>  I  I  %.  O  o  <*  <���������>  o  o  Cai'itai., ?.'i,9.'(������,0!K)  Keskhvk, $4,390,000  Assets,   *?45.400,n00  Iim-. sits, ������3^,400,000  The Manager of the Itoyal Bank-of Canada  will be pleased to serve those  who   believe    in  Saving    Money  and jilni-ii'f; it .vhere it will earn Interest.  Interest A tided lunii* Tit'ne> a Year in Savii-<rs I'ank.  --*y^������������r ������^%t"2>E������.W.  snt!(*essllll  nonhhi't y  ",V  lier*  Mr. Kissel! iMuipgon of Lady-  smilli paid C'liiib.'i-lainl n liurrio'  visit to tho city ht-t \Vi>diU">day.  ,*<^^MW<������Mi^'������i^l**IW������t*������WW������lt**W������>r������.������-^^������'*^|^.t,^>l* lli'tat* ���������*���������*������ W'*������  0, l^lf^VVW'^f ���������*^0r***Jift*m>l( '  O. H TAIUii*LL  Don't fort?������t that wh������n prsople <wii������  to ttm ymi on oar day H I* ������ dlaVm-i  "ill find thi*y t-'.p-if*?! U������ he called on li.  ri-tuifj.  ��������� r.i-'-i  ���������V. I-  ill mi*  ..it*, mt  '* 1 , 1 ,  * 'ono I  I'Mtl* '  jilVCii.  HfGil GRADESTOVES {  ���������} Alitf UH KIN HI N   UT1.NSJLS }  Sportsmens Goods  nud  tors! Hsrdww {  *^*V**^V*iw^t������^^''V*M*^V������^S  Qdmorc Aaisessntent  lyinstfltatm  KOTIGK IS UKHI5BY GIVEN' tlmt  1 Ci.'iirt of itoisioii nud .*\ppt*al mnlo;  lilt* piv. Uioi.i of !.;,o As'-*s.������i!i<'ti. A A', ie-  ��������� i>t'-o:iiiK tho As. o.*wn. iv- Itolis forth.  ���������1 ur 1'j 8, wi 1 .b.i holtl for tbo Comox  Va'ee-iiKint .District ut tbo Coio-t Hoiihi-'  * '.iru'oo-i inn.!, on '! bn.-f i'l,,y, VJilj 'Lcccii*-  ���������jut; \\)i)j', at JJ o'.oloek i.i I Ju* fort noon,  .l.lwsltiiird,  Urjiuiy vV hciho-i  *H**r-m* l������*>MK ,%*> -������n-*-JCyi������lV ��������� V/Ll'dTP*  5������������������-A^B-METMERBy...  <r>   <*���������    MaN-AOJiU.  *>  ������������������9 ������������������  ^;  <*  4>^  <&  <*  ***  o  ���������Tt  3>  ������t*<>4>4y<>9QW'9<^G'$<r*i>$4> ���������9**>*P$$999$*i''Q-&44&9'*>4>4hLw-  m.^-m-1-.m* **���������**  , w*mm a*   ���������  **������ *mm-mi* mm ���������** m ��������������� ���������m *w* mm  Keep in mind tho    New  Year  ���������>uli to ho. ho given by lhe K.ol'-i'  P. PHILLIPS BASPJOT-  iinrt-IatoiV nnt! Solhiltdv  mnil  Noitiry Public  t^ortvkiyunmtnj;  Merchant  ���������R^tji^r^rssi  LADIES' TAIL(.)U-MADE (^OSTCMKH A Hi'KUl ALTY  ������UITS .mADS TO   OF>OEF?* RJW '  IN  AKV STVti.E YCU LUISH.  PERFECT YH!' O-UAEAHTEBB.  Prices From $20 to f 40, :  ���������tirsuwiii^r.*  u'iawv* .-*** -r*-������w.,'%������v trsse***  C U M I? K R L A N I),  H. C.  fm*m #**������������'ni<i.  *m*.m*m^^m* ���������+*+���������������*** mmm**    mt* ���������mt**M������ mtWmWWtmmm**  u  r*   <t  ih h.  hi Mil.   XI )\IU  WANTS    KNOWN  Tl'Kt.U'.H   COI.l M.N.S dl*'    KlU,s.  ��������� ������w������ *w������*w*Kie������i������*������*'������.<J'<������������**������������rf'J������i������#������j������i.i������fc������i'.  *������! J HA J>Kt - Ida ii.ii'.'N, 111) noro'i (���������liii|������|*<-ii  <n,l )-.'..������ui l*i n.'i-i-sckmnid. Ili*.;ii him  .nl I'Xi'olli'iit. (iiti'tuto Inn.',   TeriiiH una  o iiiiiiiiu<d to Miit.  -o���������.  Tin sjil.'ivYi IV r. hc.r.ii. i-ti'.l Ioi;  *   W     W   ts> J.U mi*   *       I-    *��������� f   ->-  (Color, lV.y., V. A-jiit, 16".'5)  Recently [uir.dmsc-d l>y the Coniox Hov'e 1S feeders' A ('.socio i ion  fiom jiU-LaiiL*hHn !!ros , Colnni-  lms, O., will siatul for .service at  I he Lir.l.lc ct  JL Cuawv'Okd, Courtenay.  Term������,, $3& Inyuronce  QjA.     1\lnr-fB'Bciit Irow a dit linuie will be ft-d  .-i'i*-*    nnd oured fornt i*.u* utibk' ivU's till nuto  rWllOt'H���������  There a;v many tiling (hid  cm ''wait'' tbi* month butter than those new shoos.  " Vott run no risk of purchasing your ntAV shoes from J.  v   M,������r end.   The nrtces arc  it .('M'.*- -,) tc *\\,.  OlTM.TTV.    |  Juifit Arrived  IJ-.\Ai:ikltk&A,'.n'-;**i*tA������.' rt������������*m'  A fui<: l.iic of Pinch   R"H������,  also "Suit   Caws    suitable   lor  Xvii^*B Preseu'ts  f-w ������������������* i <*������..*  ������������������������������������*.������**   i* '������������������������'��������������� ���������I*-****** **mim,mtAmm0A  io be. found ut .  WilXtwd's  H,\KK!->S  1'.Mi'l HUM,  CuilKiet Iniul, Ih   C  X,-*.* JMUl ^rwWl'lt.tll 1 T ��������� ���������-mm.^^fmmm-mmAm. . *m4**mrm**w***���������-*��������� ���������������****���������*  J. A. Fraser  Totmorlul Parlor*  ******** mm***-***mm-* ���������*������������������**���������-.��������� m    mmm*****- ���������**���������    ���������*+*���������*������  \.n\i, Nfllson'liotul,  Union  ty,   l'.ilmrr Holt*), l.'nion  of l.ii.i'Ptc C'.iiiiitiv.iiin:*,rs  ���������.iikidar tin- ib' vc -ijndu' o-  iy lliff tftth day til  J)ii:������.'in-  ,.; lm.r of J   |1    m    -if fhf,  iroo-tiv.  .nlicrl.iiMl lhi> ll������; -/.h  uf  'Cin������f l-.t������ii<������ l������f*(������f*i������������r. j  iMPBELL'S  r,,  4>  '*���������> iniwi miinrniimumnf mi'������' inirwininr <n"Hi��������� iiiii���������ii  ty  (i-j  ^mtm^e*-*-    -WMim****.-" t+tM������*ii������ ������������������*���������**������������������������**������������������������*t**wmnrn'memmm    ,'m,\  >'. )  >'''rUjn/l������VJ?R3, TA'ItTB, %  4> GliEiSSJl' CAXV.S, ft  J Violin1 fcilUAJlES 'I  JtSctM  i>������r tilox,   'I  (*>  I miA'lil VUFJ-'S 80c do/,,  MEAT PIES  liver;-' 3t1tux*tU*y  3 for 30c  *w������������������*-���������*-������ iwtj������^ai*aita*WMW������i'- *emittA*emmmmm  ������  <*>  ��������� 'V  ������������������*>  $  At)  <$>  Z  BAKERY ������  1 .*.���������  j    ��������������� ��������� **��������� -     $  <-b"-.*o    -nod   an t  n +..*.,���������*/,..%���������.* ,������,.*..ffM.,,*-. 1.4,*)$^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������� ^���������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  23TJ TOHBB SHOP. J:  o  \)��������� ,���������.<,-:;.\.i'a CIinNttnn Tmkcv?    Ot der not nrtcr  J  l-'riiftiv, nceem!-er 6U1.   Wc ordor next day.  Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN, Manager.  i   Ml    a   t,  iij) to-tlaiu hair cut  ibis is the 1  P1"^ Mr. J. W. Tri|������j> of XlcUma  j jinitl  Ouuihiirtaitil   ftu������l distriot n  rifur Inht. woex, re.iiriiiii)4 o.o.uiu^  ������.*���������*.. ^  ,*.,.,.*��������� i<r*r������1mC.n**rX  ..wipr TlftrriHon wn������ in Onmlwr  Innd on Tlmrmlny mid Friday.  '     4������   Mr*. J. Vmoaettia vliiring in  Nuiiaiujo.   i������i    * ���������  MirUtmaa CaWndtirnf Have you  Mr. J. 8. S!i������i|i)aiid n uoalthy  inuchi'V of fcinnntdi, accotnjmntod  liy lii������ fon.sfwnt ������ev������ral daya lane  wwk in Coinox vailoy i\itnrniiig k.-  j;aiu C"! Fntvrdny.  HI RTH���������To Mr.   and' Ue..  T.


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