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 'rnJ-S  6  1  mmmJw*  A Journal Devoted "Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY,   FEB. 23, 1909  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  The   Big   Store  WE ARE  NOW  SHOWING  Fancy Dress Muslins, White  Ecru and Colored Crepenet-  tes, Fancy Mercerized Cottons, Organdies, India Linen,  Persian and Victoria Lawns,  white Pique Spotted Nets,  Waist Froritingsr Beadings,  Embroideries, Laces,. Torch-  bns,   All-Gver-Lace and Em-  x-mZ 1   li^d a        ���������' ���������      me        m  "'-���������.���������-      ���������  New Spring, and Summer Goods will now be arriving by every boat. Buy early  before selections ar������ broken.  These are the days to get  your spring sewing done.  SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.  THE   IttflGflET  CASH   STO$E.  The Ponograph is some-  thing that ^ill give more  real wholesome pleasure  than, anything else you  could buy. A full line of  instruments and all the new  =Recordsr==^S������le=ag^njcyJbjL.  Cumberland  and    District.  e  0  OKI]  ^  New Goods.   New Goods. \  Constantly Arriving by Every Boat.  New Prints, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Lawns,  Nainsooks, Dress Muslins.  Special For Saturday, February 27th.  1000 yds of Swiss Embroideries regular price 10c. per yd  Saturday's prioe only 60. a yd  500 yds S\yisi Embroidery.   Your choice of ao  patterns  extra   quality,   regular price 15c. per yd.  Saturday's price only 10c. a yd  Sale of Work.  The Ladies' Aid of Grace  Methodist Church held their ami  uul r?aly of work and supper lust  Wednesday afternoon and evening  in Ciimbwrlandliall, largo numbers  attending both events-The hall pre.  minted a very lively appearance,  buying being vorj brisk;the supper  was an excellent one,and there was  no lack of good things. The con  cei'tim Thursday evening, also under tho auspice? of thos-aino ladies  waR largely attended, the hull lining  packed; the different numbers bo.  ing well rendered, tho features of  the evening being the scurf drill  by suvernl young ladies, and ������������������Tin-'  Courtship uf .Miles StandUh," both  being excellently rendered, Tlio  characters of Miles StandiMi, I'rU-  cilia, and .John Alden, being well  Btisiiiiiied, From au artistic and  financiiil i-tandpoint, tho bulbs are  to l<o congratulated iu the success  of their undertaking.  The  receipts    amounted   to  $465.00.  J. McPHEE a SONS.  *****        j  Dan  i>!jnsinmt .-wciitu-  ssaoca:  '���������*       *    , 1   ,  *.   r>   n  Maocabeos Danoe.  Next Thursday, February 25. h  tlm Lodict of the MacciiiCMi fill  li dl tlieir ilnnee Iq the Cumberland  Hull.    Thin promi-e** tu be * n m  j    Utvy-iiiii mltmii,   i't m p,..n ,, ,c   ....  f,->   Ojthindl   iuC   w������..������b.i.*.M. r      '  gynmaeiuin ntul roftdiiM room in  Cumberland. The idon U a npUn-  did one and will be the mean* ul ������  Cumberland to Have a  Telephone System.  . E. 1\ Johiistoii, representing the  B. C. Telephone Co., ut Victoria,  and A. H. Godfrey, from the Van-  coiivor offije, havo boon in Ctiin-  berland this week looking into tbe  nee Is of tho District in regard to  telephonw coinniunicntioii. The  Company propose to establish local  exchange both at Cumberland  and Courteimy, and the long distance line is already undor construction, which will connect tho  local exchange with the entiro sytu  temol the H. 0. Telephono Co..  so that a subscriber in Cumber-  Innd or Courteimy can got in direct communication with all pnnts  on tho Company's lines ou Vim.  con ver Island, the adjacent isl'ttidt  and tho lower uutiuland. The Com.  pnny Intond to run rural party Hues  throughout the Courtenay V������ll#y,  so that the runners eau keep in  touch with the market at Cumber,  bind, similar nynU-inn being now in  operation in tho Cowielmn V������ll������y,  with central olliccat Duiicmih, huh  on thu lower Fiuser. J������otl������ Mr,  Johnston end Mr, Godfrey nre  highly pleased with their r������ct'| turn  hy tho Ini-dinn*.*-. ui,i-iv uf Cmnboi'-  'tJttmt'nWnt^'-mMlmmWiMi, i;  A        ���������!-������������������������������������' <*���������������*  r  Watch !  THIS SPACE  Next Week  J.N. flcLEOD.  Dunsmuir Avenije,  land who are anxious to have  the  service established.  Change of Business.  Having purchased J.H. Collins,  'Pariiitnre-StockrI-beg-toannouiiee  to the citizens of Cumberland and  district that 1 am prepared to supply your needs in all lines of fur  niture and House fuanishings,  Wall-papers, etc. You are cordially invited to call and inspect our  stock, whether you wish to purchase or not. Thanking one and  all for the patronage extended the  "Iligbt Price Furniture Storo"  during the past year, I hope to  merit your confidence in ���������-������ still  greater degree.  "Tho Right Price Furniture Storo"  A,  McKinnon  Dunsmuir Avenue.  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  Prizes For Masquerade.  **..       . """ - o  The raas'querade ball to be given  under the auspices of the C. &U.  Fire Briande on March the 17th.  in the Cumberland Hall pr ���������  ittUee-to bo a brilliant success, and  JudKihg"from~The~prize8 "QFfeTfii^"  which are the best-that bave been  given to any masquerade in Cumberland���������should draw a large crowd.  The following is the lit-i of prizes;���������  Best -dresced Udy, $15 in gold; I e i  dresFeJ geiitl nmn, $15 in gold;  be.������-t sustained character, lady, ifl.;:il  best sustained character, gon i Intuitu  $7.50; bost national character,lad*,  $5; best national cliaiacter, gentleman, $5; be t comic charactor,ludy,  $5; be-t comic character, pent Ionian  $6; best advertising ciiaractor io.  All danee-ra must be in full mas-  qrorade costume.  All prizes will be paid in gold."  Wrestling Championships  The B, C. Amateur Wrestling  Championships will be held iu  Vancouver on Tuesday and Wod-  iiondny March 80 and 81,  Any amateur who has been a  resident of tho province for at  least two months immediately  prior lo tho conipetition is eleg-  ablu to compute. Already entries  are in tint hands of tho sec.rtdory  antl a really good meeting is ns-  snred, Kntries, stating weight  entered for accompanied by 50c,  entrance should bo maiied to the  Hon. -Secretary <������. 11. Chapman  Box 1272 Vancouver H.C Them  will be content* nt seven weight*,  101), UH, 13ft, 185, MB, 158, mid  Heavy, and a handsome, g������dd  mudal, eiubh'uuitie of thu wrcM ���������  ling clrinijiioiisbiji of the province  will be presented to the winner at  each weight, tdxer medals to lh"  runners-iip, if thero aro more than  four entries. KntrU-i am already  in from Victoria. Nntminio. Uevcl  stoke. ICiinilijups   and Vancouver  Birth���������Ou Thuri-day, February  18th 1909; the wifo bf Mi. Thtw..'  Piket, a son.  Mr. J. N. MeLeod Mt by Suu-  day's boat for Vancouver.  ��������� " - ���������" o -  FOUBALK-nrnndNewHliek  ensderferTypewrite'-, regulnr price  50.00 only 85.00 Cash, Appy  News.  W. H. Stringer upholstering,  Mattress making and ropairs; new  Lounges and Mattresses made to  order,  Orders taken at the Kiirnitui"!  ������t'.������r������.   ���������������   Siipprlntendont F. I), Littlo ni'-  rived by Wirdnesduy's boat,  Mrs. W. I>eo, of Nanaimo arrived by l'ridny'* boat  ���������   -'    ���������'"'"+ ���������'������������������������'������������������������������������������������������  Mr. A. Armstrong nnirud  hume from   Victoria by  h-v,    .  Fi iduv'i  Dr.n.lC. Kerr, tlm dontlM, will  jagiiin vinit (hunlioiliiid and vicinity osrly in M.irch.  tamtam*.  aos  mamm  X  J  P..V-,  i t.f.  Blankets, Remnants,Ciothing,Overcoats.  wmrmm**wt*wn**mmm*^  t  folk* uf ibe town nill hn ������bie to n-i  muse OienW.vei in their Iomiic;  houri*.  Just vniet* mine i'i*_������r. Wi- v. *>.������..  i..  j?������>M;m* *f\th no������it'v^lv 'br b������t dnv  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTAHY   f������UBUC CONVEYANCING  ���������ii ������������������>"������������������������������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������mn in ii ���������mn i  tatmmm <���������*<* ������..������������������.������������������������������������>������������������������������������ i ��������� iihwii nm n iiiwiiwiiiiiM,i,ii  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Mr*, Jean Templer, tlio niiti*������h  Coltimbi* l)elegjit������ to Fourth Mm  lay   .**>li*io!  Cnnvffiffoti   (<������������������*< iif'r'  * i  held in Jtruttiem will give nn ili- j  u*t>������tc������l Iwtimj in the  Prt-,������!iy!<T  ���������       j  ������an Chiircit, on Thursday,  Unn-h  Uh; $abjwt "T'jrowjjli  Srotland!  wiih tiniAl nnd   I'mm*-,'*   **nl   JU|  j Fi I Iny, M tr. 5th, unfijppr '-Trtive  j l"������lk on n'lrip t>. tb������ Holy i4i������i<l.'  J I������-������th Wtun-t wiU'W fully  iiius-  trat-fl  Throe Speoial luduceraeats Ior the wind up.  mt -Blanket*.   Wp have just received a shipment of the very b������t j������r.������dp of I'd-tukets, but  but do not wish to carry them over tin il n**xt sewm.   Will sell them  Friday al  whuicwlc pruc      A ll������w*i'nl Writ* lUinlcpt, M x .% <8 Ib^J re������r *## Wdlncsday.... Jg  A Itantiful White Hlanket 64 x 82 \ 7 \ba\ reg I7    ... ��������������� $g  and���������Remnant*.   DutiiiR out sale wc accumulate a number of end* of t'otto-.is,   l-hnnelcttes.  etc.    We will cleat them out at any price, Friday.  3rd- Clothing and Overcoat*. We must cleat tht.*e lines ont within th? next 15 days a* we  require thc sp^ce foi New Spting Goods comin}; in. H prices arc any r������u������ider������ti������ti  they wont ln-d long Sow 1* y*mr f������pjK������������tiut������ly Wnd >.#va.,';U*u jic.v ;**.'.it it *',<* th*"  lull what yoti pay auy other fimc  rAMDRn   I        DDAC  V^������ri\IYli   dUmLiL    oiAv/^*  Wi...  M. THR  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, -BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  mad  livery   Tuesday  bv   the  Cotnoa   A   Cum*?s.^and  Publishing   Comp sny.  Tliis uctper will not hold itself  ;**--j..;msible for llw opinion* Ai oth-'  .?.���������������, -,������s m.iy appear in its columns  i'Vo'vi timo tv tlirnj.  TilKSD.V  ;>->, i9oy  Vuric- i^ h rtby $?iro.-t tKnt Thiity  *-' ;���������: wier dMc '! inteud to tpply to  iiia tfo .durable Cuief I'.rnmtMsioncr  of Lauds And worka, for it J.iuonso to  ���������it- (t?ect for omI aud peir'dnum up-  ;'���������.**��������� c'.e Kn-eab'-.te and undor t:.et Va-'  to--on the land* h\ and opposite Vai-  nr.e island, Saywurd DlstHot, Britivh  Columbia.  CoiruuonoJr.g at a post planted on  the soa bcv.ch p.t, tho N.W. ccrner of  Cape MudhCK Indian kesoi-vo post,  Valdes Island, Suyw^rd District ;  tto.ice due East 30 e^aijiB", tbantt)  dm South SO chains; tfce-iee due  "West SO chains; thonce duu North 80  c!;:������in!> to place of commc nco -..ent.  D.ted tid*- isSlhday ���������oM.-.i.tiary, 1^09,  MARIA. JANE  I'llIICST.  13. I'iieat, Ageat.  Notion is heroliy ^jven that Thirty  Daya after date* I ihteod to apply to  the Honourable Chief CcumritBioner  of Lauds *nd Worka for a License to  pr..ep9ct for ooal and petroleum on-  der tlio fallowing-d������acrib������d liuxteund  utular the forcshoie and under 'tiie  watar.on tho lands iu and opposite  Valdes l8l*o-g|, Saywnrd it is .rial, Brt-  tiuh Columbia; ��������� ��������� ���������    ��������� '.- -'.-;.;  CommonoiOK at a po������n .pt-a-ut-ad on  the e������& baaeh 1 milo soiithoriy' from'  ths N.W. cornar ot Cape Mudgo Indite Rpsorvg post, V������l<ioo Island,  Soy.vaid District; thonce due Eaat  70 clidifjs mart or-less to a,; poat-on  tho extreme Eastern" boundary of th������  said Indian Resurvo; thenco due south  80 chains along isaM Ktvstorn bonn-  dary of Indian Reservo; thence due  Wost 70 chains; thonce dna Nortb 8Q  ohaina to phoe ot ooratneucemout.  Dated this 28th day of January, 1909.  ROY MACaOWAN.  E>. Prioat, A^ent.  I*boal News.  All local items of a business  uature will -be charged for at the  standard rate ofioc. a line;  m**- '*9mm* *"*"  ���������**"* mm     .   ,  E. 0. Emde. Pipe fitting and  General repairing.  Advertisers will confer a faror  hy bringing in thoir ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  tho printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday. ���������-'-  AMothefstalKtoMothen  What Zam-Buk did In a  Western Home*  POLLEGIATE   SBofij  FOR BOYS.     jj  The laurels       BelcherJStreet  Victoria, Ba  Notice i* hereby elvi������.> tn.t' To'irty  Unye titer dale I iutcud to apply to  the Houourable Chief ftnuadsBfrner  of Land* und Works f-.-r a Licuu������o to  pro.pect* for coal and ' ppttoieinit u*i-  der tho following doscr'.l^d landa and  Uuder tiie foreshoro n.-d tinder*"'the  ..-water ou thi landa in and opposite'  Valden Island; Snywani District, Bri-  >tiah Columbia.  Ccnunanqin/;. at a po.'tt planted on  tho sea.beach,'2 mile.-," etK-.Mu-wty front  the N.W. eornor ot'C-ti-.e Mudgo lo-  (iir.n Reserve poat, V-UiVa island,  ���������Saywkrd���������r>if>trtcti���������2Pho>iSrt-,'iu������._SJast.  70 chains more or leea t<������ a-poat be-i  Ins the N.7/. corner, of L-.-1*f., also  the Eoatt^n boundary *-t miid Capo  Mudjm Tnrftan Rose*���������"- thmso di&������  south 80 ehains; thenc Ana Weet TO'  chaina; thonce doe JTrr'.h 80 chain*  to placo of rommance ������->���������:������������������ I.  Dated thia 27th  d?y o' J.^nmry, 19C9  i-oy PUCEST.  K. IVWat, Agsat.  Kotieo ia hereby given that Thirty  Day* after, date I intend to sppiy to  the -Honourable Chief Commi.eioue*  of Landa ������i.d Works tor a Licnuse to  prospcoi for ooal and pVtioleozu under tl)o foreshore and under tho water on -the lands ia and oppoaite Valdes Island, Sayward District, liritish Columbia.  Commenoing at a post planted on  the.son beach,at.tho N.W. corner of  Oape Sludge Indian Reserve post,  Valdes Island, "Saywonl Dimnrict ;  .thonce dua West 40 chains; thence due  South 80 chains; tli^oe due Erst 40  chains; thonco diio North 80 chains  to place of cjmntencemeut.  Dated thin *2������tlid������y of January,  1909.  MAX.   MACGOWA*?.  E. -Priest,.-Agent.  320 acre6 of land in Alberta or  Saskatchewan, to exchange for  land anywhere on "E & N" or  along coast from Nanaimo to Oys-  U-r River, or Denman or Hornby.  Islands. Reply full particulars  in first letter to Lestouk Forbes,:  Stettler Alberta.  TH  JPatroB aaid Visitor,  LORD  BISUOP Ot COLUMBIA  Bead Mut-ir  AaiUtcd by threa Qraduatea af Uta Keoog>  pi������ed Unirernitia* of Oreat Britain aad Caa.  ada.  Motlerata termB for boarders.  Property oon������ sti of fire acta* with ipaei-  ioa������ aebeb) ltvildibg*. rxteugire wcreatiu  f^r'oundi, Kymaa *x*ax, Cadat eorpa orgsn  Zed.  APPLY TO HKAD MASTBR.  -  NOTICE:���������No ads will be  changed after Monday noon of each  week.  Notice is 'iTiby Riv��������� Uir.t Thirty  Daya aftor dato I inter d; t<, npply to  the Honourable Ohief, O-mmlflnloner  ���������f Lands and VVorks, fr ii License to  pro������p*et for eo&V ������ud potro1 etim. u-.-  der the following dwir-*-" od landft ������it-  M.-ito in . Sayvrard l>i>t'*i<.t, IVritiah  Cohsm-tiia. ���������'���������'*���������.'  Conmwnclnir at a post planted at  the eorner of Ix������t (VO, <>������ the- South  boundary of ������uid Lot (Hi; thonco due  fr'of.th Hi chaiiis; iliiniro dr.o W-tst  HO chains mire or lexa t*>* the South  Kns't *'.*onx>r of QuinHont River In-  ii(������.'j Roservo Ijot "'; thonco' dua  Korth Al chains; thmuw duo !".������������������������������t 30  f'hftini to pl-toa of ronwneiieomont.  Ottid tli's 27������i (by <t! ji.,m ���������!% 1909.  JOHN  JOHNS.  10, Trioat, A������cnt.  1-i-vco i'i hfrevb ui"t*ti thivt Thirty  d.y/i n'l.-i- di'-v I int"i1 to apply to  the. Uo.un-nMe Cli!.f Cirnmi nioner  i.f Lii'di nnd WorUa for a Lioeuid to  j������rii.-tp'et for ooal and p.sir"lonni uu-  /,, t tlttt fori'fWp and tt*id������r the wa-  iff ru th������ "land* in and oppofflte  '''Mi.'i-vi faia.fi-'. Sayward lMutrtct, Dvl-  t'ali  t'-tlumliin.  <Vifini������i'*ini������''j ut a oont planted   "tt  h.* *���������.���������,-. boifb fl i*i".������"   r^iithorly froi  W. fpt-ii'r   -' t'lint, Mtid*;e'  Ir" RetKirwi pout, V a Idea IxWrnii,  t~-. y.i..i"l )>!.-,tr!'!- thw"*������ dua w������������st  0,-i >~hftln.i ; thi-nc- d"it aouth 80  vt.-Mn*-.; thonof. duo on it SO chains ;  th-'ni** d'io north >K) chalttH to plneo  of critnwpnoottiotit.  Utttod ildfjtWtndtv n* Jmiunry, IWOO  .10IIM JOUNfl.  K, Prlo������t, A(*ml.  Notioe is hereby given that Thirty  Days after date I intend tb apply to  the Honourable Chief Comm.gaiot.er  of L>nd*3 and VVorks for a License to  prospeot for- coal and' potri-lmim uuder the following described lands situate *n Sayward District and boing  "L. 7T7~~Q������mKmP~Hivcr~"IJidJfth���������Ro-  aorvo. * ���������  ��������� Commoixjinjr nt the~ North West  corner of said .Reserve; thonco due  East 40. ehains more or less to the  North Eiifrt cortioirof aaid Reserve;  thence due South-.51 - chair.i moro or  less to the South lCnst corner bf shid  Reserve; thence dtiij W*st 7B chains  more: pr !���������<& to tho South West eornor o? aaid Roaorve on Quihsivm Riv-  vr;'- t-bfmco-..North .Easterly along  QuinaiiB Hivor to "iho North West  corner of Roaerve place of commencement.  Dnted thit 27th day/>f Jnonary,   1909.  OtilVIA PRTESTi  B. Priest, Aarcnt.  Notiee id hereby given that Th-'rty  Days aitor dtte I ii.teud to apply to  tlio It'tcourr.blo I'hiet ContmiuBionor  of Lands and Worka for u LIcodho to  prosifofc for onnl tnd petroleum undor tho following doscrlbod landa situa t������ In Sayward JDi������triot, Jlritluh  Coluitvhln,  - Comnuuiclng at a post planted nt  tho S,K, corner of Tlmher Ijeaso No.  49; thonco duo Wofrt, 40 eha.lw, thonce  duo North BO chaina; Uuti-w due F-nat  40 chaina; thonco (v������t Routh 80  chnins to place of commencement,  l>u od ihi������ 27t!i dty of .Tnnunry, Wli,  ROY pra'KST.  K. Prioat, Agent.  * ,/rfty**rtJ yfu. ������**<������ ���������������^^6S!it?7  .. : ^t^im^J,*'l*%4,\  The houite of Ridjjeways wns  cstablhhed iu the yenr 1836.  Over seventy years reputation  for quality nnd flavor.  Our splejidid new stock 'of  Spring Clothing now ih; up to date  in all particulars. Your inspection  solicited.���������SimonLeiaer & Co. Ld.  The Big Store.  New Spring Blouses now showing ut the Big Store.  ' Here is just one iltnattatlon oHlitiifisdpm  ef keeping a bos ot Zam-Buk always haudy  (til a true rocord of tha varied usee to  "wbiish this great ttatm wai poS -irith^ItigWy;  eatisfactoty results in every oaae in just one  family, ami duriuff a few month only. Mra.  0; J. Irlam, of 907, VVm. Avenue, W.inui-  pjg,m������kes the report aa foHowai-r   ,     ,  ���������'I have found Zim-feukao very niefiil ai '.;'W-. LAIKO, ESQ ,  M. A  .*, household balm that I want to  make ita  jaerite atill   moro widely  known.   Some;  etjlit weeke ago my brother Mr. C,  Proc- ',  tor, happened a serious asoident,   While at  work, a rusty nail penetrated the pulm of  hit right hand;   The rust of the nail  poisoned tha flesh and inflammation set quickly  He weat to uie General Hospital and com  suited a doctor, who advised poultioing to  draw out t.-.e poisioa    This waa applied,  ���������lint whon there **fiu ho improvement  after  a few days, I  began-apply ing Ram-Buk  balin, leaving off ponltioiug!  ''Ti e effect waaalinpst magical! Zam-Buk  soothed the pain, drew out the poiton, at������d  allayed alt iuflammatioa. Healing then  oommenoe(ia,and in a few dayi he was able  to resume work   f  Six weeks ago my husband Mr* C. Ji Ir-  Iwn while returning from work quie late  in the evening, waa bitten by a do������, the  - U g'a teeth   penetrating the   H*<h   on   his  thigh ju.-t   above tha knee.    Directly  he  came lumie Z*m-Buk  was applied   to the  ttound, ������ud in a'fow daya the soreness waB  goae aud the wound thoroughly healed.  "A third instance of the   heiling power  pf'Zim-Buk'.weti provided when my little  buy had a nasty f������ll.    lie is five years old,  ������ud was: playing one day whan he fell.   His  head struck oua- sharp stone, whioh cut a  .nasty ga������h. As sonu aa 1 bad waabed the  ;out I applied, Zam-^uk;in the  usual way,  nnd it was really'wohd'erfurhow quickly it  relieved the little fellow's pain.     Within a  we.k the cut���������a djep one���������waa quitehealed:  Every mother who once proves the all  Mspimalt l Nanaimo Ry  3.8. _,,City of Nanaimo.'  Victoria.���������oo-fcioac     xeotrT������.  \  OXFORD I $**��������� (tom Victoria Tuesday, y n. tn. tn  Nanaimo,   calling at Crofton   Kupir  and Thetis Islands wben   freight   ar  passengers offer, arriving at Nanaimo*  at 4 p. m.  Whitewear, LaceCurtains,Tape8-  try Curtains, Curtain Muslins, and  many other lines now showing at  the Big Store.  Not'fi* in h'.-ret tiy ������iv.n thnt Thirty  Dnp i,ff������r i1ali I inttmil t<������ Hpvl ��������� to  tlia Hon.rilde Chief CinamlH'inner  of Landa n������d Wnrkii for' n LIookm- t������i  Itrmree*. tnr *���������**! end pr'tnt'-sum under tho foMiliuiH mil uiidi'i" th' wn-  tt;* t ti Hif latitU In ami uppuHito Vat-  d������w lalend, .s,t,vwanl I>i������trlot, llritltfi  Lohunl.ln.  t'nriiiiiinciug at a post plitnt**l ������n  the wa 1 fmcli 1 mlln antithcrly front  th* N.W, corrmr of Cai'-tt *futtR������ T"*  dian Rertarv'i poat, Vnldwt lalftttrt i  ti*i..v j..., v; i nr ������-������i������������ ��������� *bi*ix<<*  r\e,<\ *^<m*vt no rhalnt; tl'fiticii diMVinni  ������������0 chaina; ihi'r.nn den Nortlt 00  c^i'lon In vhtne <>f nit-fltmnnef-tn^nt.  Dated thin ihtn day of .������a*.w������'������������, IWO.  K, I'WraT.  Notioe li hereby divert that Thirty  ))iya after (Uta T in end to apply to  the HmOitrrli'e Obiff tVt.nii)i������il'r.i>r  0) Landu tnd Worka ti : n Litteuhe t���������  proep������et for roid nnd petroleum tt -  der tht f.r������*h������r������ ntul ntide- ftwt wa  lor t'H iixit landa tn tnd nppnaiie Vnl-  sIms Taland, Kitywnrt IV.atrtet, ltrltlah  CoJutnlda  Coamtenilnrr *t H l"t rlanlwl on  tha too twirtfh tit tho H.F. r������������m������tr <>t  t'dpn Muditc Indtr.n RoM-rva poat,  Vr.bte-i fiiand. ������itywflr������l l/!atrl������*t, and  l#'n>f ������!������������ the .H.W. ������:cirn������f (pt I, HiV;  thttuo due '..tuth !"��������� i-itntia; inwt*  liue TV.:.' ������o .*hnin<: i'*'������if" due North  BO <*h*tin������, tlu'nrrt due W **l l������i,h..jnw  mnnt nr ha* to Huh t\M������r M.irk ������..-���������������  Ifti I'^.h; th������m*������ Hwt'i WVatwlv;  ������ti.ng mud mm U-vh t-i l-htr* ul i rOll HAI.I. -  |#iijtiit"iH!#in#nt. *l***l  I't'VMitW  W*aA thin 2*-h d"> of .������������riM-y I'M  9Aiiil.lt. u  M\rr>r>w\������.  , ������ lYlc*t, Ai*M  AITMCATIONS WANTED,  Applif'itlonn will ho iTwdvfd hy  the unihtrulgncd up tn Frhlny Kelt,  rimry afitli, JDO'.t, at 0 p,in, for the  poBition of cot.tttfthhi for tho (-ity  of Cumberland, Salary ICighty  Dollni'R $80 por niotith, Thuauc  ct'fHful Rppllcant will hu required  in dn fertiiiti dtith'H other than  piddle wnrlt, F������tr full jturtifulnr*  apply t'������ tho uionihtu'tt of Ihmrd of  F't'lico CotuinisAioncr-s or tu thn  uudcmigited,  A. M' Iv'iv vV  Sec'y Uoam) of i*wlico CoimuUsion  fr*,  Live game Department  atthe Big Fair  One of the Big attractions on  the Pay Stioakat the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition '"ill be tho  Washington State Live Game Exhibit.  Five acres of virgin forest havo  beon eet aside for this purposo  where tlie patrons of the Expo*i  ���������Jion will have the opportunity of  seeing the rarest collection of game  animals ever exhibited in the United Statos,  Every animal will be catalogued  with the owner's name and address giving those who wish to  dispose of their animals nn opportunity to placo them with an exhibit that will be seen by thon-  *a:t<!8 of visitors from all parif of  h������ world who will daily throng  Exposition Grounds,  Mr. Arthur Dexter, Iho aesiH  taut Director of this Dopnrtmcnt,  t-tatua thut it largo number of ani���������  nmU from Alaslm including two  cub bcarH fron Kitdish Islaml, wore  brought down on tho Into boatc  lattt full aud nre waiting to be in-  Ktallod with this exhibit,  Nov York, Feb, 17.���������Johnny  Ilayoi, tlio profo8������io������ml Marathon  riinrwr, li������������ in nil probabJJify mu  lib hist race, Thc American Olym  pic hero hnu been boycotted hy  pr..trtritnt*a nf prnfi'nalnnal Murn.  tbnim. J-Iwyea Iw bnt hltnutdf tn  blame, lie failed to live up to n  contract with Pat T. Powers and  Harry Pollock, tho Madison Sipiare  flit "11 im tn till H t Irt n  !:  THIS  SPACE.  round value^ZlmTB^?7~will"fi5ver~again-  be without it." "  .-Zitn Buk is a purs Jierbal balm, and it  ouros cuts, burns, bruises, ab.oesWf, uloors  eczema, scalp soit-a, ringworm, ohipped,^  hand*!, eold.sores, frost-bite, b. d leg, tn-  a&nied patuhee, etc. lt also cures piles.  U-b'1 as an embrucation it will be fouud t"'  removo t heumatieui, koiatiua, tnd t-euralni^  Ail dru-ygiats aud stores sell st 50c a box,  or post freo fiom Ztut,Buk -Co., Toronto  for price.  FOR SALE���������Four young bulls  pedigreed; one 2 years old; one 9  months; one 7 months; and one 4-  uton.thd;���������also Carman Sood Potatoes, 8c. per lb; Apply \V. J.  Ilarrigan, Minto.  ('       ' ....,���������., j        Tt..  ill  h���������^- *������������������������������������;'������������������'.���������?;������������������ ���������������������������  counsels of his retinuo of ndvisors  the young mnn bnrrod his own  wny to prncfienlly a ro������d to fortuno. Aster Higulug for tho Dc-  rniido race at thc (Jarden,   Ilayci  FOU   SAfiR���������Snod   potnfoof,  Noronton   llcgiily,  bixleon  dnys  ..nrliVr than cullr   thnn   Jinrly ,,oU1 "P tlw ������"������"gomont for more  Roue, an iiniituruo yicldcr.    Prico\ money.    Ilaje* Iim bt������n etimin  ijit. jjnr pound; I! hy mail ������dd po*  trif,'tt.    Larger lot������������ at reduced pii*  vi'*.    AH <>rdt������r>-will   i*������it:t*lvc  my  prompt attention,���������d>, Hyatt,  Comox, H,C.  One ������!ow MJih  mlf;  t'alvt'd,   App'y   to  David  Tickle*,   Denman   laland,  U.C.  atetl from the Marathon eligibility  list by tho promoters throughout  the country.  Ottawa, Out., F������k 17. Edward  Kitld, ex-M. P., carried the carle-  ton CnnscrvHtivft coiitentioii at  SMttsvillo yesterday l������y ������ itnjority  of 18 orer W. K Garland after  thrto ballota Imd Uwit ������at.  VANCOUVER ISLAND    DE-  VELOPMENT LEAGUE  Some days ago,a public mooting, hold at Cumberland, a branch  of tho above named League Wiih  formed, atid tho following ofticers  elected ;-������Kx Mayor Willard,  President; J. Gillospio, M. D,,  Vice PiwiiIwnt; R. C. Wilson,  EBqr, Secretary; F, Partridge,  Esqr, Treasurer;  Ex Mayor Wilhud in a short  upeech stated tho object of thn  Lnague and reported on tho meet*  lug held by the League ht Vic-  torin, at which ho wan pro������ent a*  a Delegate from 'Cumberland. Mr.  J, McPhoo, whonttendod the moot,  Ing at Victoria, as a Di-logatefrom  OourUtuay, spoke kt some length  oti tiie benefits to bu derived from  such an organizati >n and mention  ed that lie did not think any olfec  tive development of Coniox DU  trlct would take pbioo until the  railroad wlw extended from Nan.  aimo into Comox, and a bettor boat  and mall service inaugurated. A  public meeting will be held on  the  25th inst, at Courtenay,  to form a  branch of the League, thore.  Bachelors'  Dauue  The bachelor* of Holy Trinity  Church held a mo't enjoyable  dance In Cumberland Hall, on the  eroding of February 18th. Inrhn  tion* were U*uud to quite a Jmge  number, to wbiult iit-uri> all \tr,\i*u  ded, blvttt* Roy, Mtm'e and  Morgan providt-tl excellent music  which wa* greatly appimia'ed.  Dancing wa* kr-jd up till a bu  Imnr, when everybody dlitpiw-d  having spent a most enj*yab'c  evening.  ��������� >  At.i  Leaves N^nalimo   Wednsday, 7 n. ra.  for'Union Uay Comox and Way ports  arriving at Comox at 2 p. in.  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. na.., foi  Union Bay and^ Nanaimo, arriving at  Nanaimo at 2 p. m.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m,, fat  Union Bay and Comox, arriving at  Comox at :p. m.  Leavet Comox  Saturday,   7   a. ������n., /or  Nanaimo, arrii<     at 1:30 p.m.  Stils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., fo  Victoria, arriving al 9 p. m.  VANCOUVER ��������� NANAIMO ��������� LADY  ���������WITH   BQT7TE.  S. 8.     "JOAN."  Sails Irom Vancouver for Natiaimb  daily, except Sundays, at 2 p. m. arriviug  at Nanaimo at 5:30 p. m.  . Sails from Nanaimo for Vancouvet  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m, airiv-  inij'at Vahc������uter at id.-Jo .t. m.  il*l 11 llll t H-H'HI-������hi-Mi  i    OH TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And������ll KITCHEN   UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  General Hardware  The RcT.Irl R. Hlckfi  Al-  itiduact  For 100H, roady Nov. 15.1008  best evnr sent out, beautiful covers  in colors, ilno portrait of Prof.  Hicks in colors, all thu old features niiu several new ones in tho  book, Tho best astronomical  '���������Hides "Weather ForccftuU," By  mail 85c,  on   news tdKiids 80c.  One copy free wiih Word and  Works, the best $1, Monthly in  America. Discounts ou nlimmacs  in quantities, Agent* wo'nled,  Word and Works Publishing  Co., 2201 Locust Street, St, Louis  Mo. Every citizen owes it to him-  self, to his follows ant) to Pi of.  Hicks to posnoss the "Hicks" fore  oasts,���������tlie only reliable,  VANCOUVER-BTAHAIMO ."CSKTX"  ���������        UNION,  "fl. 8. fluean City" (C.P.B..)  Lto Vaucouver, San dny, 7 pm Ar  rive* at Nanaimo, Suuijity, 11 p. n.  Lama Nanahno Monday, 3 1. nt. Arrive* at Unit", Mtttiday, ]1 *. m. Arriva  ������t Ccmtix, Mci.day, 1 p, ni.  Ltavt Comox, MuuJay, 7 p.m. Arrive  at Uuio*, Monday, S p.m.  Lt*������V������1 Union, Tueiday, 5 a. m. Atriv-i  at Nanaiao, Tuesday, at 11.30 11. n..  iiear������������ N������na-'.rao, TueHtlay, at 1 p. v.,  Arrire at Vai.aouYt-r, Tuokds), ntfip.'tn.  Oalliag al W������v Putts when ticj^bt ,id  paMtugera i-tfur.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  October   let, 1007,  NORTH BGUND-{le������d   r^nn  Vaaaengoi Traius  Daily  Stationa.  Mo. 1  VTiek0rik,  D������. 0 00  Cobbl.-Uill,  10.40.  Cuwlshaa,  10.48  Dunoan's,  11.00  Olirwaitiof,  11 S2  Ladystatth,  11,67  Nanaimo,  1S.SU  Walttngtoa,  Ar 12,S3  Sunday  Wad.  Sat.  Na. I.  Dr. IS.00  10.30  16 4!  16.68  17 H6  17.65  18.35  Ar 18 60,  SOUTH UOUND-Read Down  Ntt. B  No, 4  W.llliijtP*.  Ul',8,00  Da, 16 00  Naardino.  8.16  16 16  hidftnitia,  t������,eo  16 61  Chimatam,  tin  10 22  Uuuomi's,  10 05  1(1.68  CewivliM,  10*20  17 ('8  Uebblalldl,  10,40  .      17.J!8  Vietuni,  Ar. 12.06  is.es  Subscribe for  The News  FARM FOR SALE. Sitnnted  nt Parksville, twenty niiles from  Nanaimo, on tho road to Cumberland, flvo ncres clonred, fruit bear-  inj? orchard, two acres, logs all  burned off, two news slashed, good  Cottage, lathed and plastered and  newly painted'; chicken hmi so and  corals, horse barn, nud other out  building*. Will sell cheap foi' citali  Thu farm consists uf ten ncres in  all, fronting on salt water, Apply  to Nelson Parks, Parksville Post  OHice, B. O.  NOTICK  Auy person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking, nny  bhickn,  tin) Iwr or wood, of any clesoriptiodit  belonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'v., or from or off the Und  of tlio said Company, will bu pro*,  ocuted tu iIm* full extent of the h\w.  F.  D. Little,  Stijicriutcndent  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  Thousand Mis *nd Commutation Tic*  ken un tale, ^ood ovci rail and tttn,.ci  lines, ni two and une-liall cents per mile.,  Special trains and ������te������men for Excur  iiom, and reduced r tie* for parlies may  be arranged fui im spp'icittton to the  Diit 1'sn. Agent at Victoria.  The Coiupsnv reiervs* the ri|l������ lo  thatiue witheut previous notice,steamers,  ���������ailing dates nnd hours ol miliag.  Kvrttrnifin Tickets on .Sale trout snd to  til Stations, good ior K������ii)a_j������>vi"������;; it*'.*  uida> and i>und;i)\ rftvtvwns m.t lata  baa Monday.  X, D. CHETJIAM  District Passenger Agent,  110a Government Street,  VICTORIA, B.C.  Jft. VIAUr  txiiimiNoi  TiMoi Marks  _   OcaioN*   ���������-  .  OerviiNiHrtAe.  *uwn innntna e nrat'tt in.t ���������*r.-rtri,inn mtt  tm ft**. ItMiM ���������Mtli'f f(.f ������������^f wli, (I.  r*f*,iit tiki* tfiriiuU   IiimKS',,  ���������mfemmmtii*, Viiti.iut i"i������rt������. latSa    ******'>  Scieatlfic jitticrlwtt.  A fiaiwttniaety ITtt������tMt*4 ���������* ������, V,l������,   I.vi������t nlr. ������  THE   NEWS,   C UMBEftLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMLL*.  v  The drink of strong men arid, healthy wonien.  .'.-'���������-.i '.i-'.i'-':'.   '.��������� >; n. <.-x*. *'..>;..  TRAMWAY   COMPANY   INCORPORATION ACT.  I  ^WeTTClpnion^irr^tf^pMT  Neelin  Garland  and  Charles  F.  Dickinsou all of the City of Van-  eouv������r ih tke Province of British  Columbia hereby give notice that  we propose to build and operate a  ��������� tramway in Rupert District, Co  mox Division, Vancouver  Island.  The proposed'Yonte of tht* line  is commencing at a point bu  the  ������������������, Hast shore of Nimpkish Lako the  I  said  point  beiug t/ti Section  20  JLifiiport District, thonce running in  Pn general Northerly direction to a  point on May's Bay on Brouglitun  Straits on a portion of May's preemption, being section  Two   (2)  ���������H-M-l-l-l-I-H-fr  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  -M"I"M"!"M-t-H'  Prices  and  Quality  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co. &-.  H.  S. RONTON,  Managing D^reotor.  Vanoouver, B������ C.  See H. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  Township One (1) Unpe'rt District' WH-^H^^H-^M-l-hW-i-H-J  Cumberland Livery  : and Feed Stable...   i  aaid tramway being a length of six  miles more or less,  Dated this twenty-tirst day of  December 1008.  ALGERNON H. STKAOY,  M.NERLINUAULAND  CHARLES F. DICKINSON.  TRAMWAV COMPANY INCORPORATION ACT.  , NOTICK is hereby given that the  , undersigned propone to build a  tramway from a point on tho fore-  shnre ot Couioi Harbour, Comox  District, Vancouver Island, situate  about 750 feet east from the southeast corner of Lot 82, thenco run-  filing i������ ���������* general northeasterly direction for a distance of about 'even  miles to tlio westerly boundry of  Lot 120 in the said District and  traversing portions of the follow-  ing lnndst-Lots 82 and 100, Sections 42, OH and 00, Lots 10*1,127  nnd 118, Pnutledgr) Indian Reserve,  Lot 112, Sections 75, 7*t and 78,  nnd Lots 110 4nd 1.20, with one or  more branch lines or feederu to con  licet with the said tramway.  Dated this Uth day of Jan,, 1009.  A. D. McRAK,  THOMAS McI.AUTY  IL L. ORAM.  TENDERS,  TENDKRS will ho renelved by  tho undersigned up to Wednesday  evening March Ord. for the building of own store,  Plana and spclflccHtions may  le seen at the office of R. Grant  \j St, Co.^Th* lowest or nny temlef  nut necessarily accepted,  R, Grant & Ca  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS.: OF :ALL  KINDS   wooa  ;j and Coal  \\ Hauled  "::  NOTIOB.  '������������������. Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBKRLAND,  *-*..*.:  %mwmV*  B. C      ������������������  Riding on locomotiveB and rail  aay cars of the Union flolliery  Company by any person or per-  8onB-**oxc<jpt tain crew���������i* strictly  prohibited. Employees' rre sub-  iec to cismissal for allowing sam-  Uy order  Fjuncis 0 LlTTIK  Mtvna^ei.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  Synopsis  of  Canadian  Regulations,  Homestead  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver;  Nauiimoo Union, Comox, l>y  the  steel Clyde built twin tor***  .    steamer "COWICU AN"  8ailito*jas under���������  Leaves Vancouver, Satnrday 8 p m  Arrives Nanaimo,  Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Sunday 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8am  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox, Stmday 4pm  LenTOs Union Sunday 5$ in  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11 p tn  Arrives Vancouver Monday 7 am  Stag* lsavw Uaion for Cumberland by.  ery Sunday moraing ott arrival of' COW-.  ICHAN;" and leaves CumberlaBd Hotel  at 1 pm, conuecttng with steamer at  Uaion. ..-.-,  Funeral Director  and   Em-i  :   balmer  Mceecc-MMMt&dgo  Hoiioe        RaUlnr    Re-  newlng   it   Foundation*!  Carefully Attended! to.  Cumberland, B. C.  NOTICE  Every Monday antl Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and hIi-,0 20 tons of potatoes; will  soil cheap.  Chiu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Notice Ut hereby given that "I-Sti**  Days after date I Intend to apply io-  the Howouratle Chief  Commiaeioner  bf Landa and Works for a L*i������nso to  proifpsctj,.fpr coal and petroleum unr  der the foreehore and under the wuter and upon tne land in Comox Harbor,,  Nelson  District, described   as follows;*  Commencing, at a post planted about 1*5  (.hams' south -j.\Jt of the south west  t or-  ner of P. Collins claim; ihence easi 65  chains;  thence   soulh   about    seventy  chains to lhe -shore line; theaee  following ihe sinuosities of the shore line to  place of commencement,   containing a- *  bout a on acres  Dated this 30th day of December i9o3  JANE MUNRO.  R.Ross Napier, Agent,  Notice is hereby given tlicyfv: T&trtj"  Daya after date I intend to appty to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  ot Lands arid Works tor. a License to  proepeet for coal and petroleum under the foreshoro and under the water and on the land in Comox Distriot,  described aa foil .vs:���������Commencing at a  poat plauted near the t ast comer of tbe  Indian Reserve, Coinox Ilmbur; thenoe  weet 58 ehains; thoncj notth about 20  chains; thence easterly following the siti-  uosities.qf the thore l'we  to place of conunoncement.  conUtmug a1 out 100 aores.  Dated this 29th diy of December,, 1908.  ���������A M. 'A'.'^APIKR."''  .}'        *��������� R. Ross tfaitfer, Agent  Notic^;ia hereby given that Thirty  Days :after ,t\t������ I intend to .apply, to  the Hon,Our*a,ble; Chief Comrals*ion'er  of Landi! and Worka for a Liosase to  prospect' for ;^.oal and petroleum undor tbe -.foreehore and ui dortha water  and on the land*.in Comox.Hnrhonr, d������a-  oiibed as.follows:���������Cemmencitjgatap<-������t  planted ai tbejiou.th east cnnuor ot Samu-  ���������lPpeicetj'b clairp on Oroae ,8pi������; tbonoe  south .80.?hai- ���������; theuce west 65 chains ta  ho sboro >line;  thence about 25 clttins  north werterly, foj'owitig tho si-uositiea  I the eh<>re ljn<.;' tbfnoe n. r-It 65 chaius;  '.henbe eai-t 80 ohai--t  to place-'of tommencenjout,  uoiitainingabont-630 acr-s.-^-rrT" "r; ���������  Dated this 29th day of December 1006.  PERCY lOLLlN^.'  "   '"   R. Roes Nnplor, Agnt.  petuUaetj,  TU Qrcat toiolisk ,fUmedii.  I'oite* audlnvurorateftDa wtioio  norvnti* nmtain, mnkae next  hUati In ofdJoliiiL cWm A).-r  Ileum aturtlraln Worry, !)���������.  7������iJlm^M1JWn<������������<w,������. **t>er  *wiarrkaa,iin<i Meets Af Mutt er&teessa  wuNiinI; Sold bf all drtiroUUi or tiralM, In  mtmW Vhe W^"M^.e.n'.'CHi' 7'  ^rifK-rii ll ������(H^r* rw**tiw**f*, O***.  Contractor Hunt ox|iecti to fin.  ish bis part of thu post ufficc on-  traet by the last of the month. Tho  Inajde (nmishinga Wing a separate  contract.  The Cumhrrland marchanla re  mmmmt kimlm.mm M^ll^t  Coofc'g Cotton Root Compound.  \ J-**mr<n,*m m -mi ������v ir   *> .***. vi Vt *V***t������ M. t^*.4  d������rroce,������UtmfOT.l|J������ tio.%  ^���������iLZttTM^rm  ������W������l|iei������ll0������.lTW������ilT0:fclT,n^rw#l^fa������ieH  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    Life  l-'or BiR Keductions for  Fire Insurance call and get  rates before insuring.  Wesley Willard  Agent fortfoe Royal  of I������ver pool  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  For ll.e Spring Trade  Tostod Stock, Seeds  for Farm  Garden, or Conferralory,  from tho best growers in Kngl.ind  France, Holbnd, United-Stale-i  nnd Canada.  Fruit  ami Ornamental Tries,  Small Fruits, homo grown  Ferlllilers, Hen Supjiliui, 8tirayin ft  Mmer! U Cut   Fl'iwers. etc.  140-itrso CATALOGUE Fit KK.  M.   d.    HENRY  nree-ibnttara,   Heed Hotisia nnd Foet  Office Addra a,  80IO W1UTJIINHTER ROAD,  BruDcb Nnrstry, South Vanoouver.  Auy available Dominion Landi within  tlw Railway Belt in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by nny person who  is tlio sole head of n family, or any male  over 18 years of age, to the extent of one  quarter seotion of 18) aorjs. more or less  Entry must ba mado p-nBonnlly at tho  loonl land offloe tor the tliitlriot in whioh  the bind U sitnat'o. Entry by proxy  mny, howove/, be made on o*rtnln con-  ditions by tho fathor, motlior, son, daiKdi  tor b-other or alatAr of and itttouding  horn' steadar.  Thehomoiteador is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under ontt of tl-o following plans;  (1) At least six mouths' residence upon  and cultivation of thn land iu enoti yoar  for three years.  (������������������') If tho fnthor (nr mother, if tbe  father is deceased), of the homottender  resides upon a (arm in the vicinity of the  land tuiterod for, tho rcvidremonts us to  rMtl'htiifio may b" entlsfleil by sun't perann  reiiidii g with the father or mother.  (il) If tli 1 soltlor hna bis permttnsnt re-  Hldonco upon farming land owned by  him in the vioinity of hit homestead, the  r������qii<roni*nts iih to rowidunoti mny be sat*  11 cd by rwtldoniw upon the snid Innd.  Mix months' notice hi writing vhould  bo ptven t������tho Comuii<*inii������r of U.tmln-  ion Lnade at Ottawa of intention to ap  ply for |>������lont.  t'tut..~Coal inittlna   rlulitt may  bo  caned for aiHTlodtif t������('iityoii(������ jotirs  nt mi mutual rental of #1 per nori*. Not Notice is hurwby given that TJtirly  morn than 2,500 aorea shall ho lonsm! lo \tnya utter doto l intend lo apply to  ..ne individual or oompnny.   A royalty  ������������������������������ llonourahta Chiof  (3l.nuntiwi������ii..ir  .������������t..,rl.l. ���������rtlVn    rmmtm .���������..��������� l..n ������l,nll    Im.    "'   I*������'lN   ������'"!   WorliS   fl)l*   tt   I^OflllM   lO  ������ttht.r.tteottlvo cents por ton a tnl   lm ,,t fl)l. c01ll HW, IM,lr���������|Mm ������������������.  oolleo od on tho mtrolinntnhlH eonl m nod   .     ,    ,     , ,     .1     ,��������� ...  1 tier die foicuhoie itnd under  the  w������ier  Notlfo in horoby givon thnt Thirty  Days after dnlo I Intend to nnply to  tho Ifonouruli!*' ('hlof Coinnumdnnen'  of hands and Workw for n blwitHO tti  proajtcct for conl und potroloutn ttn-  iler the for*���������"tori* nud undor the wa-  ter and upon Urn land iu Comox HarUmr.  and dn-oribrd hh follows:���������Comtneacitiif  at n post plant"d 11k llif soulh west corner if It. H. Ns|l������r's olnhu; tuoi.i-o cait  SO oliiiiim; tlii'uoo s ni h HOchnur; then*-).*  wtmlhOoliitin'i tlici'-ao nurilt ������0 titi inw,  to placo of abmmonrftmcnt  contalni'ig about* Oil) nitres.  Dated thia 211th thy ��������� f 1) ctnibor 11)08.  K, IV. HAMMOND,  It. Uo<m Napier, Agent  Notice le hereby given that  Thirty  Daya kfter.dato I intend to o{>ply to  the  Ilonouratie  Chief   Comntiesioner  of Lands: and Worlut for a Li������*tiae to  prospect for coal nnd pctrolfttim under the fbreahoie and under the wa-  er and oh the lands in Commc District  described as follows:- Commencing at a  post planted.at the noith west corner r-f-  S. Spencer's  claim;   ihence   snuih   66  chains; thence west   80   clt.iins   iliemc  north 80 cliains; tlience oast 53 chnins tn  the shore line; thence foilnwm| the sinuosities of tne shore line to the place of  comnicnccnient, containing about   600  acres,  Dated this 29th d.iv of December 1908  E. SAGE.  ':.;-.. R Ross N.ipier, AkkOI.  Notice,is hereby given.that ���������OMiirt-jt  IXaya aftor date I Intond tt*. apply to  the Ho'uouraljle Chiof Cnmntlitalonor  of I^ands and 'Worka for a Ltcwnaa ta-  proeper.t for epnl and potroleum un-  (br the.'foroshbiu and under Cm wa-  tr and 1111 the Ian Ja in Comox Harbour,  Comox Distriot, deieribfd.as. fehowai���������  Commencing at a )")<t p'nnted ,at the  uorth wmsI cornt-.r of M. A. Naplor's  olnim; tkmtoe soutt abont Ob ehnbsi  theaw wet! nbout !20 ohain-; thonce wtii-  terly following tht sinuostioi ef tbe  nlmie line to p'nee ot ontnmoncemest,  oouUiniog abimt375 sores.  Datoi) th's 90th dav ��������� f Deeombet 1008.  CJ.K.K. NAI'IRR.  It. Bosh N- pior, Ar/eat,  Vancouver,  B.C.  When In Courtenay  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvrry convr(tieiir������ for btu*sts.  Tho Oontial IFot-t for Bportsm*>n  None t>ut the hen of Wmet and l.'ijuors  W.W.CD11Y. I  P^puty of tin? Minister of (lie Interior  N.H.--Unauthorised ptibllentinn of this  ailvertissment will not Ite paid for.        j  NEW YORK ' !  CLIPPER  It THI IRIATMT  THEATRICAL i SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.        I  $4.00 PirYur.   SlDgliCojMOCtj.  issian WEKKI.T.  8ampli Ooi������y rmr.  nm QUEEN wn. to, (Ut),  ttttn j *oais,        wnt.isnr.Ra,  a******.      *> w. -m.ii ni*. ���������������** tiitm  Notice Is h*������re|;y given that Thirty  IViiy. after dtitti I Intend to apply fa  tha Honourable Chiof Commlertoiwr  nf Ijinda and Work* for n J.ie.nteo to  prospoct for eoai and peii-oloiim ms������  Her the foreshmeend under the wtier  and upon the lands Intnwn ns \Vliil#  HlutT Reserve, Cotnos District, dm ribr-tt  ns follows:- Commencing .ti a post plan-  ted About 10 chains e*st from the West  KndnfCooteSpil, in Coinox H*rbnur;  thenre north 80 rhains; thence r,\������t lo  cliiiintj ihence smiilt 8.1 chains, thence  weA 80 chains to place of ointment*-  iiieiii;uinUiii!n*( about f^o actei.  Dated this 39thdi/of December l^o  R. ROSS NAPIER  Notico la horeliy givmj thut Tlilrtjl  Day* aitor date 1 intond to npply to  >h������ l-tonoiiral'h- Chlff t'nmttiltwlonnr  of Idintla and Works fnr a License Us.  1 r. urt-i-'l    l-f   "(Hit   inrt   nnt rnlfttttn   ttlt>  .'i>r ht������ for ..In r* ani tinker  <t>������   m*ater  ������nilu,������mtli������ land* t*  lutncx Harbour,  Ne'Mti I lain I, ih nr 1 iind ������������������ folic,**,���������  f'nmmenniag nt a \n*** planted   aitlu  nriommenceinenicomaiiiiitR aooui 040 j ,,������������������,, WM| twmn of   M   R   |fmtn,<,  ntnimi thenee nor'h alKttit 40 chain*;  lAKKV ATltKK 1 < IN hwinu ������be������ta .������*������ t������ t������t tbe sbere Ue ti������  plao* of eoatmai eemsnt, eontsinl-g aUofc  t������) aorea.  Dated thisHtHli day tt Deesnber 1W0.  H JSOS8NAUKR.  und on thc laud ktuiwt as White HltilT  Rcseive, Coinox District described as  fiilUiws-.-Cotnmencing i*\ .t post planted  ���������11 it.crnrlliK ist diiiier nf P H, N.-tfflirr'l  rlniin*. ihence e.tst 3o chnins, ihence  smith Ho fh-iins, thttire wes Ho chains;  thence norih eighty cliiins to thc pUre  acres.  ��������� A il.'n iry'n illvr.l llei-etntirr tiytS.-*  K, Riiss Napier, Agent  .it the Hnr.  RATES  RIA8UNABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  Get your Job Printing  done at thc News.  mm____________\  vou sau:  dorr-ity   hull ealvi-s   fr������in fir*t  jtriw st<wk.���������Apply *o W������n. \*������������-  cuti, Ktrndui-'k.  ^������ ��������������������������������� II ��������� ������������������!������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������  OLD   NKW8f*A!>KKK   HMt  8ALK AT THK Nitwt OFFICE  cunts per IIITNDUED.  jmn>im mm*****rm-m*m*m*w*m*tmmm������mm**m  **"���������   -*"     *, nun elites cuinnti'-.t'.utiM i.i   i..ii.os  and en tbe Uni    h ritmof   lU.luttr, j Wc||kf f(,f ��������� Wtmt (() fr, hf  S*\nr*nli*4tiei. d***rt������w.| aa fallows:- I,,,,),, trolttitn tmeVr the f.-.r*ah������������e  NtMlt-o is hendiy given that   lltlrty  rtnya alter dato I Intent! 10 apply to  tho ItniKiurnltln Chief <''>mnil������*io������t--r  t.f I..uiin ���������*..-.( V'  ikrt f.-.r a l.if'f.wn tn       S���������i;������t  -,������ l.eifl.v   ^\\..r,   lU.tl    tl.itlf  pntaiwet f-r rotti and petroleum un-  ()iy> ,,,��������� ,,,��������� , jmem, fn (f,p|r f0 |J|#  du-  tbe   f..r,������l..n  n-.ftin.hr tli.>wnf*r!���������|in :i,ief C(,mm(,%,,iU��������� ���������,   ( u 4������������������i  coil  p Unburn tiMer the fnr*ah������������e ������n<l  Cow.rae ciri������ nt a pat  ph������ ted at ti a, tiv������er the wa fr and ��������������������� 1<te Umls ku>Wi������  ���������mih was w.rocr uf f. C*i lilt's ������Iaim;i '��������� W������U iHlnlf IJiwrrt. V. mos Ih t.v.1,  *t *.,.. ...iu ft.������.t ft thiin*-  !<!*���������������<* '''*���������"'',,,B* fo]l-'**������:������C wn.rcn rf al ������  timet* notth t. >������t O tbitnt.  tim.rm  ,Hmi ������,ttl^Ui ,^loa,|,   ,wl ....���������.��������� of  I wn*t mo ?���������������-,,,,,' lU*,,rm   a-ti b   altnilt   lf������' h  f\   Hrn'tr'n   r������.-int;   ������!>������.������   wmet   Oft  jt-hama; to the elu-re line; tltnr* f.,11,,*- .l.a na; the-tti ������.������ril. th ut CA qhaias;  littK the slnuoelMea nf the  ah're   ������w Mltwee wHertf WI^Het tfc* e������������4������ili������e  ... .       ��������� f ihn M'intit hue t > l>is> n rth meat anno-  to place ,d minnnm^ieemmmt.     i(|try  |rf RR   Kt,tor.g fJ, ���������,   |||fJJB#  oaetsiaiogaUttilSftlaerae ������.������uih    shoe!   V.   t-������.-lne to  r<*���������*"��������������� o'  beted thi������ Mb d*y *t !������eoeti.b*r \W.. ������> rou)*i������t������r������eat, ������.%tumu������   ������bo������t  h*4t  M. It. HUftTON.       !������������������������  lHm>\ Ihia tJtb day *t l*rem% et \*m%  HAwVW. STtNCW.  R Rite* N������i'ti.r, Arm'.  i THE NEWS; CUMBERtA^IE), BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Saturday will be the last day of the  Great Fire Sale on the J. N, MeLeod Stock.  | We Must Close Out Every Dollars Worth of Stock bySaturday Night  1.1-1 '_,...__   ^l_  '   . __       -        W A  _ -."       "   ���������    ' ''  AUCTION!!  Thursday Afternoon        . Friday Aftei no :>n. Saturday Afternoon and Evening  BUY   NOW   OR  FOR  EVER  HOLD   YOUR  PEACE. :  THE McLEOD STOCK  CUMBERLAND  The Value and  Economy ������fSovrll  -  In BOVRIL is concentrated  ull the stimulating and fin voting  qualities of beef pluts tlie Fibrin  and Albumen.  These  elements   jjive  to  BOVRIL  its high nutritive  value  and make it different  front meat extracts.  A   r lb. bottle will make 50  __cujM_of_jaouri������ljin^  bouillon  at a cast of 3^ ct3 each.  '  Order Bovril Now,  F)R PALF���������0 e'portahle boiler and engine, antl" sawmill complete, j;uaiaiiteeil to cu" 4000 fee-l  ptr day ' Will se'l for $S00. 'This  is a bargain. For par icular<< apply ai tliin office.  -***-*������*-**-������**-****������������*+^     94>999999999999999994>94'  NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby given that all  debts due ind in connection witli  the, Naw England Hotel ami other  wise must lie paid immediately to  my attorney-in-fact, Mr, P. Phillipps Hurriaon, Barrister at-Law  who has been auIlioi'izeOlty'uie^To  collect and sue for thu same.  THOMAS DWYER  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. ������3,900,000  Rkhervk, 14,000,000  Assrtb,   5f4f>,4CO,COO  Dar^m, 833,700,000  Money Orders--'=-  <*  %  s  Issued in Dollars, Pounds Sterling, I'Vancs, Marks,  Rubles.  ���������������������������-Lires, Kronen, etc.-���������-.  Payable All   Over  the World.  "Money Paid by Telegraph or Cable.  FOREIGN MONEY' BOUGHT AM) SOLD.  Savirg*? Accounts Open With One Dollar Upwards.  A. B. NETHERBY,: &  ANAiJER.  9  <r  9  9  9  9  I  ���������  9  *>  "We quote tho foi mting item  from tlie ���������*, Circlt-" published in  New York, which ia worthy of  mention: "Grossip in out> of tli*  popular crimes that lias caused  more Borrow in life than murder.  It is driinkeness qf the touguo;  it i3J!ti?H8H(ni������tion of u'jmuuione.  It fins tlie cowardly gamut from  nier-oiynoran r-,iin pertinent iutrmion  into the lives of other* t-i uulicioua  Blander. If facts do imi oxUt it creates them, if tliey be innocent it  traiififiyviii*i them into uvidenoo of  black guilt by iuganio h porvor  B>'on. In interpretation it ulvv.iys  <i'-\r,iiu������4 the wtti'Jt of two possible  m 'tn'eit, It constitute iU'slf ������������������c-  r������t (v.uirt of iuquUitiou that do-  file, ou Liio lata of tlu victim in  h. ���������ti.fxoi'X' xy'tinn he his no c'.iance  l. spoil: in nis own b-'.iulf. Tt i.s a  '���������) n it pi imc v of wrong. H*i who lute *u to,it witb-'Ut pr-Jtu.il ii as evil  999 i*****************   $ ^>4$$9$?RRF$?HF?*iflnf*������vr  -1,  a- ii" Who Bpitaku. Omt otrong,  iu t iiy voice of prtU'St, of appeal  to j" '*'"*���������*, <d calling halt in tho  ii.t'i)-"11 . u'trity could finnig.tto a  room from f;o.������sip a-- a tthmr, sharp  win tor wind kill* fl pestjlHiiev,  Hometi'iiii-t tfo-taijj duo* n it deal al-  (oge^'i'T in w./rdn; ������ moor, a raining "f the (���������yebrowti, nn eloquent  hiniio or ahhrug of tlm shoulder*  und tho di'c.l is iiccoiuplitiliod- -it  r������.|i it,ui*in lu** tloa I in  the road.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE, that I Thomas Dwyer, intent) to liiake application to the Board, of J.icensiiu>  Commissioners at tlieir next sitting, for a trnmder of tho retail  liquor licorice now hold by mo in  connection -with the .New Ktighmd  Hotel, situate 011 Ihe Kust Half of  Lot 3 in Blot'k 8, on Duiistuitir.  Avenue, in the Municipality oi  Cumberland, to William Gluiuon  of the said Municipality of Cumberland.  THOMAS DWYEK  by his Attorney in-fact,  UKNRV REIKKL  ���������      0- ���������  .��������� ;',.  NOTICE  NOTICE is hereby jjivcii that  Iiiueiui At the next Meeting of  ���������Board ot Liceuing Commissioner*  to make application lor a renewal  of the liotc^ieiuil liquor licence  held by uie in ^connection with  New England Ho'.el situate on  Dunsimiir Avenue on the East  Hal! of I,ot 3 in Block 3, City ol  Cumberland.  Dated at Cumberland B.C. this,  9th day of February 1909.  WlI.l.IAM Cl.KASON.  PRIZE WINNERS  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR COUPONS  Tho following ten numbers havo  beon  drawn  from duplicates of iho coupous which left our  mils during  January   ,   ,   17000   33201 35783 27070   35093  88415   5680   7423    38307   87778  To each person returnitift the coupons beating- any of the a-  bovc miiubtrs we will, as previously advertised, deliver free of all  charges, a Handsome Dinner ,vet of 109 pieces.  CUT THrS OUT AND KEEP POR REFERENCE  REMEMBER all the coupons bearing the above uu tubers  have left our mills, but roinc may be in the hands of the dealers.  Prizes will be awarded 110 matter when the lucky coupons are  returned.  DON'T FORGET Ware njjaway 10 sets of dishes ev  ery month, and every 49 lb .-a -k of Royal Standard contains a  coupon,  Vancouver MililRg & Grain Co., Ltd.  J READY FOR USE K������ ANY QUANTITY  1 For maltinn SOAP, oortenirsj w.-.tcr, ta*  , mcvii.g old pnint, d:sinftctirs tittla,  i eltuots unj dtain������ and for mmr.-r oih<������?  ; p-irposei. A can eqaols SO I!m. Sal Sodo,  Sold Everywhere,  E. W. (SILLETT CO, LTD.  Toronto, Oat.  T^ji*. sxssTr'^\.^syr ,r- stjr^-i-  Mis?. Stewart of Denman Island  "returned homo by Saturday's boat,  Constable Thomson with prisoner left by Saturday's boat for  Victoria.  m  V/N^OUVER,   ll. C.  en  TAKK NOTICK, that I intend  to apply to the Board of Liwm-r  w*y, flo-tic our/s miulny faith in jcoiumi^ionitrs, at their noM inoet  Bonn one lino (tspuidu sliilml for-|jnR for n wholewlo liquor lirence,  tm*i-, (onio oiw is walking Iii* weary j u, w\\ yu,m. \)y tvlioli-wilo, at my  ������������������lynlui'oiu tlm mIuhum viiLli   the j���������.en,iH(,H   Bjtu'itu  on    Duinmiuir  Avenue, in the City nf Cumber-  land, known and deta ibu<l as Lot  U in Bluck 7,  tun nf lovii blottoil fro*ii his sky"  l\nw \V*������<-tini������t^t**r, I'Vbv 17.  A  ��������� ' > 'f.t'    r*'i .���������  I, i  ���������!   *\ ,1.1 ,. II   ,,,..',. ,     Itl      ..,i.-.     X. ���������- J  lm<*'l������i *\.X.i*l    ..   i    ������ X������;(!(, (jf     Itl    lull  |)l.|**,Ull '���������'. dlOWn   J),   Kau   of   th"  Dominion curioum nhdt,    Mr Hoe  Imr. i)i*.ti\ ill for Mtnn* time but w������s  %. 111 ���������   ^.11    \f  ��������� ���������     ,H.J-������    '   <������,    Utiii.   *  ���������ehttlt Hint' H><n 311'i b'1- ���������it-IUJMl WHS  ft [Ui-H.'l Miofk to hii inun) frientU,  ������������������imi m-*m*mmm*m*mmmmmm**mm  fit    i I ' I,    4*' ��������������������� 'JA-.,  s  AIARUIED  On Saturday, Fuhy. 20th, Mr.  William IL Grieve, nf Saudw'ck  and Mrs. Birkeloy of ("ourten'ay,  were united in marriage by. tho  I Jov. Thos, Aloinsies, at the innnsc,  Siiiuhviek'after wliieli they left/-or  Union Bay,  Mrs, Jean Tenijilor will lecture  atC^oiirteiiay Agricultural Hall, on  Wednesday, Mnreh 3nl, tlm sub-  jeet buing tho ������������Holy Laiid" which  will be illustrated,  City Council.  u ��������� ���������  ���������������������������������������������**������ ���������-__���������.-"  . The regular meeting of th.3 *Cit.y  Council was bold last evening,  there being present Aldtjrmeu  Bickle, Daniels, Stewart, Bate,  Partridge, Horwood and the Mayor  The minutes of previous meetings were read and adopted.  Communication from R. C. "Wilson," Secretary, of Development  League, asking permission to use  the Council Chamber" for League  TTTMfilIp~req"iTo"3f"gr"ffii"ted:��������� ���������~  Accounts; W, Willard. $20.00;  J.-W, -Bryden. $5.00; Star Livery  Stable, 5^00; S. Leisor & Co., 8S.  85; Imperial Guarantee Co., $o,U0;' *  Applicants for City scavenger  ���������nd general worker, were as follows ;.Joseph Statu sr. Joe Bouzo,  D. B, xMitcliell, James.Bradshaw^  h\ Monaco, Mr. Monaco was  tlie  successful applicant.'  Tlic request made by Mr, Geo.  Stevens it last meeting of Council that the City fill in the pipe  line across the swamp. Referred  to Board of Works to report if  it is the duty ofthe Council to do  such work.  ALL Partridge gave notice that  at lhe next meeting of the Council he would iniroduce' a school  tax by-law. .  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  I  $  Mr. Victor Bonero informs ns,  that in tlie nenr future, he will er-  oe.t a large hiiMiicss building 011  JJniismiiir Avenue 011 tho lot opposite the Nows oflice,  Mr, J. Brotvu was a passenger  iy Friday's boat.  E. \V, Banvt returned to Vancouver by Saturday's boat.  ���������i>   J. H. Collins left for Victoiia  by Saturday's boat.  The output of conl of tho Well.  ingloti Colliery Co'*,, mine" at  Fuion, B. O. for moitfth of Jan.  nary, was iiS,iriO tons,  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  FOK SAKE - -unit  tvolfliouml  hitt*ht Ji!l> ������M) Jlvit wolfhoiirttl pup-  #5.00 tor hittdii't.  und  87.80 for  d>%'*; "J'plv ������f Ctvir.iioi'y, Court  t>nnv.  CUMBERLAND TAILOR \  T. TANAKA. PROPRIETOR  Whilo in CmiibQrlaud Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society.  Dealers in Fresh aud ,Suli Mutts ami i-.tnii i'mwiutc  All Orders I'roinptly Delivered.  R. Wtbfcie������t Monagor,  ���������������4**#������**+*-#+t+++++*+++*+    m9*4m*www-i.<-*''ww*w^mw6i':-  J.ADIKS' TAll.OU-MAHKCOS'JT'MKS A SHJOlAl/l'V  SUITS CTIAOH TO   ORDER AND '  IN ANV STYLiE YOU UllSH.  PEBFECT TIT GUARANTEED.  Priooa From $20 to $40.  t ' rrr rr t-*i m i mtmtm  C U M H K R L A N D,  B. C.  tmww w*mam--a\*wm''m**mm>mtntme*,  t  tmmmlem*tWm*9m^  MAROCCHI BROS ���������%  GROCERS   8c   BAKE 3 J  AND PROPRIETORS OF |  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS f  Ladtffs' and i������*"titirtin-ii\ Sniu  M.hW. t������������ i/..Ui  from S?.o to Sjs    AU Wotk l*ir*.t Clasi  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  tiWJClWilHilPCtMff   *K***9*9M:f<**>ZC* ttlm  AtietitA for UmiiH i;?cwtn^ < 'oatiwiiy'.* HV.VM aih.  VORTVAl,      V.'!. Jvale I������ealen ������n nii Ku-ni** m  Wir.es .tnd f.t������ituir:i.  PAY DAY SPECIALS.  \K c offer thc following specials for the balance oi the month for CASH ONLY  krnr.  SECOND    STREET  f������5|L  Carpet ^'ncire;! at CQST Short citdt of f.inrileimi mi h-ngthi  irom ia to 20 feet wide at COST  Fancy lipin.Kteu-d parlor nud Mori is Chairs at 20 per cent off.  AH general lines including a Aue assortment of Blanket* nnd  Comf'>rtcr������i   ....at 10 per cent, discount  to p;tti������. ������.t l.H<.������: t't������ik.������ill������ mi RptcLl plicc*,      AU UK.-M ^Utttltk.  RL'hLl'ricc  The ...���������.  Fuiniiure Stoic,  m ***��������� mm*w*m* >������������������������  A. Mc!  on  ������������*���������������������> *mmm**,*w mmmm  ��������� ������n^ ^J


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