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 A Merry Christmas to All I  THE CUMBERLAND  A Jouf nal Devoted Especially, to the Interest* of OomoxDlatrict.  c. ^  1 '��������� '-I ��������� ��������� ��������� '."���������" .--��������������� *f  Thu News, Seventeen!.  i #--.  CHRISTMAS  Will ������oon bo here with all  ��������� -g.^      ita ploosnren nnd   exoitouwnU  JglXjil    for old and young-nud  m<_WSL Tho  ^ilmSM     II IC  WbL TKv  r^S^Am\l    \\3\s  Store  ia ready aRnin to Bupply yt>ur  holiday wants with   8 LARGE  and more UP-TO-DATE assort-  umt  ot TOYS,  XMAS    and  m     irw        ^gBP^.inew ykaivs gift goods  .teS'ikl6^"    theater betore.  All Marked at Popular Prices.  To make trading in our ntore during the U-.liday stHSOu more interesting, wa will presunt to everyone Binding one dollar with ns 'JAS H or  CUEDIT from Deoe-ber 1st toCiiristmn. Eve a tioket which will eutitle  you to a clinuce of "__            FOUR SPMNMBTPEIZIlSr^  Ono ot widen to be drawn for ench Saturday evening and tt.e last on  Xm������ Eva.   All Tickets huving a oliaiiCe in  aU drawings witn ttie ������xceii  ' tioa ot the ones winning prizes, nrr������n������ed accordingly.  Saturday, Deo. t>% n*. 9 o'olook-One Savage 22 calibre ritte,  take down  walnut stock ...*��������� valued nt #1 50  Saturday. Deo. 12.h, at 9 o'clook-Gent's fine flilk umbrella with nwstuvo  ���������    gold handle valued at $8.00  Saturday. I>oo, 19th, at 9 o'elock-Ladiea' all over laoo wist. Iine������l with  heavy Taffeta Si.k ,--���������* ....valued at810.50  Xiuns Bvo, Deo. Uiili, at 10:30 p, m.-Porfectly drtised, lit" like bride  tjt,jl  i , valued at 811.50  BUY EARLY before ae.eotlong nre brnkeu and nee you g;t your ticket) at time of purohase, nn thvy will not be issu&d after.  SIMON LEISER & Cb., Ltd.  John T. hldatone, M gr. Oumberlaud Brunoh.  HALF  PRICE  of DOLLS, TOYS & GAMES.  As we are desirous of selling entirely out of the above  goods, we offer this inducement for Deo. 23rd and 24th.  DONT   MISS   IT  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   DEC.   22,   1908  Subscription $2.09 a Year.  TJ4E  IWftGflET  CRStf  STO^E.  If WISHING  ALL  MY FRIENDS  AND    CUSTOMERS  A Merry  ANDA  J N. TlcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CDMBEKLAND,B.C. -"  We intend making a  Clean  Smeep  of all Toys this year  ���������- To-nroke-mGre-spaee-riR-our��������� store-^ALUST���������GO-  AT ANY PRICE���������for every 50c. cash paid for anything and everything you  buy from ns entitles   you  to a ticket for Drawing New Year's Eve.  First Prize, Handsome Doll,  value $10 00  2nd Prize, Afternoon Tea Set.. value ������8 50  T. L BATE,  Cumberland  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  I  Dunsmuir Avenue        CUMBERAND, B. C.  P* Stoddart, the jeweler, has   a  magnificent display of silverware,  onk gooiri, rings, watches, lockets,  .charms,   in fact jowelry of  every  I description most   appropriate  for  Call and   inspect  In the Stores.  J. McPHEE & SONS.  ^       Diiiuuiuir Avenue Cumberland, H. C,  . Novor beforo iu the history of  Guinhorliind wero tho stores so  woll prepared to serve tlie public  tluvn they are at tlic present wan-  on. .Below are a list of tho stores  tlie productive customer may visit il' iu search of .Christiius or  Now Yoftr gift������:���������  At Simon Leiser &Co'aM store  there is a beautiful display ot all  the good tilings suitable for Xnms  mi'l Now Your gifts. Tho large  s|iaco inside tlie windows on one  sido is taken up with groceries  nuts, fruit and candies and 011 the  oilier side with fancy dry goods,  dolls etc.. while tho inside is profusely decorated with toys and  other things. Cull and seo the  tine display,  Mrs. J. H. I'ikot's candy store  present* ft very pretty appearance,  the decora1 ivo display being ar-  ranged by MUs Carrie i'iket,  reflects grout credit .in the artist.  Hero will bo fuiind everything  Miituhle for Xmas in choice candies, fruit, mils, cigars, cigarette",  tobaccos and pipes, (iivo the  store n cull,  At A. H. Peacoy's drug storo  nro to he found hand mirrors,  shaving nets aud  travelling act*,  fc Mi*s Nash has everything in  hats of all stylus, veiling and ribbons at most reasonable prices.  J. N, MeLeod has a fine line of  boots, shoos nnd fancy slippers;  also an excellent display of gent's  furnishings, Give him a call  when selecting your Xinis gifts.  Also will he found at his oilier  storo a most choice assortment of  cvidies, lions-lions, candies and  chocolates in fancy boxes, fruits  tobaccos, pipes, cigars and cigar,  ettes in endless variety.  W. W. Willard 1ms a  fine   lot  of   uow  buggy whips and  novelties and useful household ar - *  tieles.    A visit to thi* store   will  amply repay   you wlien selecting''  your Xmas presents.  Maroechi Bros., are also   well '  prepared    to   supply   the   XtniM  trade; thoy curry a ehoice line ������������f  winea, liquors and bottled  beer.  Give them a  call   when   buying  holiday gifts,  his stoek.  C H. Tarbell  is well prepared  for tho Christmas trade.    Ho car- .  ���������  ries  a  splendid lino of cooking\y������^��������������� iUPty ,     ,  and heating stoves, guns and am-1 MrH' M*RtcrB hM ������ MW* M'  miitiou, nickel kettle* and teapots,!sortm(mt of "H0",1*0 millinery  eiitlwy.rto.   Here you will   will|tt!, P^ ������ wrt the pockets of  also some excellent   sets of hujjyy  rugs,  iggy  r-tra  hunies?, whicii would make most  acceptable presents for Christinas.  ���������I. McPhee & Sons have a splendid assort ment of Christinas goods  both in groceries and dry goods,  cundins,   fruit, etc.   It  will   pay  Iind   something    suitable   for  a  Christinas or New Year gift,  T. K, Bate, of the Magnet Cash  Store has his store fully stocked  with everything in the line of  Xmas goods. We doubt if his  stock of toys can be excelled in  the city, A call will convince  you.  The Right Price Furniture  Store, under the nble management  of Mr. Alex, McKUnion, is an c������  UlilisliiiKuit which should not be  overlooked when in search of  something to buy for a Christinas  present, Hero you will Hnd al-  most everything in the fnrnitiiro  line, such as Morris chairs, rock-  wrniw..-,,.,   , , ���������   ,,. ,f    ,,,,-. * . .,   ,,m |"*^ llll***)       ntlV-M     Wr-      ..���������������-...-     ,.���������..._..,  you to givo them a call when sol-  jug chairs, settees, writing desks  -���������.'.....    .......     V.....  ,     .............. I .      ,_. 1.   .1.4 1..       .....  tcting your Xmas prosents.  At Cauipholl Bros,, are to be  found the good things enjoyed a -  llko hy old and young; everything  tt> make fruit and other  cakes; also in the dry goods de  partmont they have nice warm  furs for liidii'*, clothing and fan.  cy neckwear for gentlemen. Any  of theso would make suitable  Christmas presents  iic\v books, cards, jioi'futtii-  arm chairs, bedsteads, etc.  l;. Bcttvardu U well supplied in  the lino of groceries, liijiiors,  wines and beer etc., for the Xmas  trade,   (iivo him a call.  (*��������� Musatto who has lately  ptirchus'H) the business of P, Dallos, is also fully stocked for the  Christmas trade.  Uickrttm Bros,, nt the Red Store  have an  endless variety of toys,  all.   Como in and  select a nice  I hat for Christmas or New Year.  MASONIC  At the rognlar yearly mooting of  .GiwliTemple A. A, O. M. S. held  at Oasis of Victoria. Dec, 18th,  the following officers, were installed:���������Illustrious Potentate, G. W,  Clinton, Cnniberland, 11, 0; Chief  liahhan, Hoht. Green, K������������|o; Asst.  Chief ltahban, Clink Welsh,  Now  Westminster;   High   Priest ami  Prophet, W, W.  Burke, Vancouver;  Oriental    Guide,    Stephen  Jones, Victoria; Director of Cero-  inonies, Krauk Jinrde, Vaueouver;  1st Corcmoninl'Mastflr, Alex, Me  Uae, Uevelstoke; iind Ceremonial  Master, ������r, J, Miller,  Vuneonver;  Marshal,  H.  lUndlay,  Victoria;  Capt. Guard, J. Uutlor,   Victoria;  Outer Guord, Wm. Trickey, Vic  toria;   Hoprosentative   to   Grand  Temple hold at Louisville, Ken  tneky, UKIll, A.  A.  Davis, Nanaimo; The uoxt iwisUmi uf tho Mystic Shrine will bo held in Vanium.  ver next November, which front all  Indications will lw the most briU  limit iu thu history of Gizelt Tom  pie.  f>  WtfWWW" ��������� ��������� " *rm-m ** ���������*���������** w   Fish Market  Have started business with a |  good supply of Fresh Pish.  Smoked Fish n Specialty.  MESSENGER ft PARKER _ PROPS  VMM J illlllK l**'*'i in   ���������* *"*���������, *>>"   "  Itolida) liuiee. llnxxi n 1*mi* ���������*!  the window and wo believe yon  will go in.  T. I>. McLean has a Hue at-sort  uinit ol jewelry in new lui'M-i"  napkin rings, brooches, souvenir  spoons, bracelets; also jwist cards,  Christmas and Now Year card* in  eiulless variety, Glvo him a call  when selecting your presents.  p<������r thm .1'ipntiHM'1 Orii'iitrd  goods enll on K. Shibata, he lias  a well kelecteii ttock suitnblc for  gifts. *  When buying your Christmai  m������������vdie������ and ftuil don't lot get  D.  Hunden,  as he has a flue stuck tu  (choose   fro.n; also pi|������es, cigars,  < cigarette* and tobacco.  CAMPBELL BROS.  GROCERS AND  DRY GOODS  MERCHANTS  Cumberland,      B. C  CROCKERY and  GLASSWARE  THR HTOKK which w* frtrmrrty-jimuiiiiil un n huanty w* ham  .1,1,1*1 with ��������� VISr. HI'.LKiTION OF f-HtK'KKUY ANU  (il.A^HWAKK l������>ll> Yl>fn mn) Ittwy. My ui������|kx- in(r tlw Riwds ���������������  carry *"U will fln<l tlmV our frio* on ������v���������r)tiling it rw**Mhlt,  mill, f-r iua txma quslily nf article*, *������ low M-if not luvtr ti������n  - rlitiw i, ra In lliit ,i..\i,t\.  Dinner Hcta, from 99 eo  tern Herta from  9 mm.  Chocolntc tAttte tttm,  4.79.  TollCt Met* frum    6 ���������������.  TU* Ct,������fci������u������'i bo*! F!n������ tlnuhtj ot tbem A*)* wmld antpt'mn yea.  Wt h������v������ slso na Airplay a BMStiful *Mwrl������������������t nt China  (JAMIO, g������a4������ wh'tab wmli ba tttv ������uualij������ a* tlntrnt,* Utll* A9*rmm*mmma_\  memtmmmmaammt mn i ,****��������� *% ���������  I m*mmmmmm*^***m*  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA  "*.��������� .   IJvery- Tuesday   bv   thc  <������������������ '������������������'     '���������*.     Turftbet-i^nd  ���������������������������< t V;;;*' ;;'.. ���������.;   C '-r^iK'nv  MILKING CUTTLEFISH.  ..':,,���������;   )t,',   .   !   rt^  ,-|),|i!ll)';01'   li.id   '���������  ''��������������������������� .Vd"-*' tak- .ii   n.   ;-'*i.'(.'-.;t'issue i;  ..   Taa.:.~. h.'nr-A liuuivr. who   las'  ,'fn.r i-'.'ppeii   oluvcti bund red ->et-.  p.-As taken on Sea! Island,, u litt.1.  ���������i-iir.'.-.u   at the upper etui of Thotis  Jsiafil.    ��������� What a   stunipede   then  ���������would- bc up the Dm.!',, ;f it   wen  possible  that onn in.'in could   kil'  ������!-. v.ui   hundred se'ils i;l! the   kin.  whose pelts are marketable. Judge  ilalibui'ton's    famous   character,  rf.-uii .Sljc)^ would hwvo hia grave  it he thought there was such easy'  inomy on tht. Facifii- Coast.  As sa matter of fact the man  .-vhoui the Free Pre.sd .complains of  for JBdisariiuinatelv shooting seals  dvt'% not. rmidti ou Tlwtis Island,  but on Denman Island, and it is  brant (youug geese) lu 'is accused  of killing and hot seals. Mr.  Thos. Hudson of lln'wo .Hay, is  -authority for Dennjau [sland story, .and says iuterobt itjg developments ur������ promised if the practice  is uot atopjied.���������Herald,  NOTION IS HBR1SBV GIVEN  ���������that application will be made to  the Legislative Assembly of the  Province of British Columbia at  it* uext session tor an Act to incorporate a company with power  to construe)., equip, maintain and  Operate a line or Hues of railway  of standard qr other guage,  with auy kind of motive power  for the conveyance of passetigers  And lreight commencing at or  wear 'Hardy l',:\y and proceeding  iu a wester ly direction to Quat-  isiuo Sound to a poiut  approximately opposite  Coal Harbor, aud with power  to construct, operate and main,  taiu all necessary bridges, roads,  ways, aud ferries, and lo build,  acquire, owu, and maintain  wharves and docks in connection  therewith, and to build, acquire,  tiwu, equip aud main tain steam  find other vessels uud boats, and  to operate the same on any navigable waters; aud with power to  build, equip, operate and maintain telegraph and tejcpbuue  lines iu conufictioii -wtili the s.iiil  railway and bratic-lic.-*, and to  transmit menage,.* lor commercial purpose;,-, and to charge lolls  therefor, ami to generati* ami sell  electricity for tliCMipp/y oi'lighf,  heat and power; and wiili power  to e.vpropiate laij-Js for the pur-  posts of the Company; uud to up-  quirt: linds, money, bonuses  privileges or other aids from any  Government, minitVip.il corporation or other pt*::,ouH ur bodies,  and fo levy ami collect tolls from  all persons uiinjr nnd ou all  freight |������r*!>irig ow any of such  roads, railways, liirric*, wharves  iind vessels limit uy tlm ������,oiii~  pany; and witli power to connect  with aud make wnPiU or other .tr  roKjcujcuts with i.ii!w.ty, stciui-  inj.'. or otli'.T com|),ii)i������.,s; and to  exercise wjcb powm m tm* jjr.ut-  ted by parts j .������>,! 5 of Hi������ *'\\n*  ter *./laii.*;'.'s ������;oi������:,oli<Uii(m Act"  nud for nil other ne.-i-ksuy or incidental ti������iiis, power, :ind privilege* 111 tlt.ti bch.iii  ��������� ���������,.'.-.vv ,,-,'i ',,-,A\\,:,  i olomil U0y.1l liiigiuc, :mh tired;  Dated at Vk-ioii.t,   ... C., ��������� ;li  day -A Dtcembri, rv('i  Strang*  Farming Carried  W Along  the British Coast.  It is iigt known generally that cut-  ���������tteflsb aro cultivated on aome farms  in order to be "milked." These  tfutJidSah tenon axes located on parts  of the Britiah coast, ami the cuttlefish aro k������pt in tanks or ponds to be  milked of their Ink.  The pond or tauk is connected witli  the sea by u pipe, and a thousand  or moro cuttlefish aro kept in a Single oas. Tbey form a most curiouB  sight aa they move about trailing  their long anas and staring out of  their budging eyes.  They are guarded by screens, which  prevent theio from being scared, for  if they are suddenly frightened the  cuttlefish will -squirt their milk into  the water, and it woukl therefore pc  lost. This fluid, or milk, is very  valuable, and each cuttlefish will  yield about $4 worth a year. It is  secreted in & b&s, which can be .opened aud closed at will, the cuttlefish  ejecting tlie fluid to darken the water  bo that it may escape unseen when  attacked. The test cuttlefish are procured in China, where for aome reason* or other they produce tfic best  qunlity of'milk.  When the farmer considers it opportune to milk the cuttlefish he proceeds bv opening the, sluices of tho  pond mid gently agitating the water.  The, cuttles then swim around the  pond, and as soon as one passes  throupli th" sluice is closed. The cuttle passes'down a small channel into  a basin or metnl ree.epffl.cle, nnd as  soon ns it is nocnrelv there the water  is drained off. It is Mien ivifhtened  and nt once squirt? the fluid from  the bn?:. When it is exb:u,s*ed it.  is lifted out, the milk is collected,  nnd the basin is .prepared for another.  WAGING WAR ON RATS.  Measures Taken   In  England to  Exterminate the Pest.  The war against rats is being was-  ed vigorously in Great Britain, where  the annual ' dam aue they cause is  variously estimated at amounts ranging from $50,000,000 to $75,000,000.  Potnioos* infected with ���������a tasteless  _cerm are placed within reach, and  tFii^ern^Kirrinlcs^--^���������man���������is���������ex..  pected to cause n rnpid denren.se of  the rodente by spreading a fn*fll disease among them. As n l-tiuhev step  the Sooietv For the Destruction of  Vermin seeks -io set a price"on the  animals' bead?, having offered a. pme  of 10 guineas ami n diploma for tho  best method of mnkinc rntskins nom-  merei������liy useful. Taking the London  and India docks ns examples of the  peTionsness of the platrue, it is eta tod  that eaoh of the twenty-seven sheds  stands on nn ner* of pround nnd is  estimated to harbor 2,000 rate under  its floors, makine n totfd rodent population of !M,000 for theso docks. Rami  rat is chnrjjrd with damafio of at  lotwt' n. fnrihin-t; a dny, glvinp a total  yearly Ions of more than $50,000.  Usw As3irwt T������->th and Hair.  "Thore wius ti law once aga.inst fnJpe.  tooth." said the antiquary, IbwhinK  his miperb set in n wide smile. "Yen,  aud if your wife wore false teeth or  hair you could divorce her."  Ho took <K>vm a curious old book  lo prove Ids i.������*it.enient, nnd rend tho  following hvm a, Rritish act, of F������r!in.  mont of lft70:  "That all women, of wlmtevor aiio,  mnk. profession or degree, wheUier  virgins, maids or wiiIowh, that shul]  from after Iho pub-mur of this net im-  jk>m> upon, sefliice and botrwy into  matrimony nuy of hi* majesty's male  (uibjoots by scents, paints, eosmet.ios,  wiwhes, artifioial tonlli, Jalue hair,  Bpanish wool, iron fttayn, hoopp or  hiRh hooled ������ho<is shall incur the  pwruhy of the J������wf������ now in force  BRainut wit/)hr,riin, sorcery and such  liko mindr.meanors, and tho nmrrinjrp,  upon conviction, shal) stand puJl iukI  void."  Bruiqu* Brahms.  A young Himcarinn violinist,, who  ���������wns ewitttumlly talking nbout, his  woridorful skfJl and ftrent fume, hrvl  hit. finlt,trv>n fitldrtviiwl lo Brahms  ent hhort wiUi tho bruwiun romnrk,  "More fli)������cr exnreiKe and f-f-wcr  pbtm-ou, .vout)*.' mnn!"  A yontipr woman who played tlie  pinnntmie nsked the oomfioner ntt to  tho advitiubility of pvin������ n eonoort  in Vionnn.  "Aro yon all rwidy?" inquired  Rmhmii.  "OtrtftitUy! deixr mnitU'r! Muy f  piny HoiTiotning for you?"  "Oh, no. no! I uiKiint only havo  y������m ii now pown ami ���������dovent"  "Yen, tit.r'  "Pity; otheruirn T should havn iuh  ���������flaod "you noi to *,dv������ tho conwrt."  Sumatr*.  flnmfltra in the woirlemmo,<rt, rtf tho  Pnt*h Indian )iostv>,<!<ions nnrl oth������ ol  thn larpeut islanilii in the world. It  tn wuniriiirtt Irotu Java in th** wuith  hv  the Mruit ol Hnndii,  niemorAhln  $  A  ' *&i  a  P0LLEG1ATE   SCH00|_  FOR BOYS  The Laurels        Belcher'Street  ictoria, B C.  Patron aud Viaitor,  T1I.C I.ORO   BISHOP  OF   COLUMBIA  *^"  W^M^t-S^  tr ^**r*������m*,      ���������������b**��������� ^V 9*.  nrj' \'''i,-"ti0Gi* *)b  thousands  that, the Surest way to relUf is Tho  Zam-Buk  way I     iurely   you ,.  believe that, nature provides sonuwkern, a cure for* all nature's its! || jnwedUiu  Zam-Buk is the rtiined andconcentiatcu isser.cesothealinsherl������ii���������nature's f;i ja^a-  Head Master  J. W. LAING, ESQ.,   M. A.,   OXFORD  AeaiRted liy three Graduates of tha Recog-  inversitiea of Great Britain and Can-  Hspiinalt ft Hanaimo Ry  balm. Theoretically Sc should be good, Aua:ysts and dectots cgrco &  on this. Practically as Well as theoretically it. is good. Ihij.usands U  of people in four continents bear testiu.or.y.   Ktcd thust- cases;��������� |/  Mrs, Win. Hughes, of 253, Hcchelnta .-utei, Hcci-.tla^u, J,iotiUt:;il, says:���������" I O  suffeicd from blind, ilehing, nnd proiiudiny |.*iii*s ior ^nut-.: Son.eiiuit^ U.ty wtre w  so bad lhat I could hardly bear to -move abi ut. 'Hit ii.flniiinu.tii.ii, lhe buniin^ R  smaning pain, the throbbing, the aching, ihe uvcr-| oweriiij; fetliii^s ���������.,( luii^ss aid 3  dark despair which this ailment brings, thc shrotiii;; s|������.-m> of a; i';rj-���������������il were .0  terrible that, only sulTurers from this awful uiinioia can' undirsittud !'''  Bad &j this case was, Z^vm-Buk triumphed, and Mrs. Hugu-s suffirs ro longer.  Mrs, E. lloxall, ot Scctt Street, St. '1'lioinas, .'ays:���������"Koi iiioiitlix without ct-s.si-  tinn I endured Rreat pain from bleeding piles.   I'i) ������:> many nn-mlit, [ tiicd ������-vcr)tr,ii^.   |>2  which 1 thought would give mo case, but in the  end, dis];irii������d und Mill muttering I   "���������  gave in."   ,  Then it jvab she heard of /Carn-Buk, and she adds :���������'' Althouph I fcat'������d Sir.ni-1 til.  wouldbeliketheordinniyreiiiciies ���������useless- I am gli'd it w ts net. It .vimi |vinvul itself  to be very different. It mpidiy unve me relif.f, atid alitr a tiiue cured 11 ecoiuiiletU*.  I would like 10 Ict all sufferers from piles km.w vhat ������ i:r,ii d ihiny /'am-Huk is."  Mr. Thos. Carr.of Ellcsmnre Stroel, Uuinern, ims:���������"] lii-t began li) mlltrfioni M  piles through sitting on damp grasi one ni:im������ r. :*rd for years 1 tn dund api-ny fi* n> N  this lerrtblfl complaint. Sometime* I ������*eu)<i I't* 1 "'rii dm kit a- I nu as a mouth i,t a W  stretch. Y������t. to-day, I never fnffcr from piles ! Zani-l'uk cured nn-. lo M:iy turni, K  and I bless the day 1 first tiled it I "  .So one could goon quotinq- enae lifter cs.������c and it is by wcrkitij; such cures llml  Zam-Buk has earned (or itself its grcht re|utiti>m.  Now if you suffer from this terribly painful ailment ju-t be guided by the fori going  ca<es 1 Don't dslay! Don't waste tun-** on thiin-s said to ba "ju.t us gocd." Get  the real genuine Zim-BuV and start out on the wny to health !  Zam-jluk i������ a cure also for rnld-������orn,' and rl\.T,>|i,-,l ��������� r;,< k*-il inind.. i-.trcrs, fi-stcrintf sores, blooil-  Moderate terms for boarders.  Proporty c������n������;ets of five acres with spaci-  iciub sohool bnildinns, exteuaivo recreatin  grounds, eyim a tinni. Cadei corp^ organ  zed.  APITA" TO HKAD MASTER.  "STAR' *  poisooinjf, pfwrna, bn<\ ley, r'lijpv-orm, scn.li* ^"t*'S, 1*<m ns, sraMf,  and aU skin d'Bf*ti'S au;l ii\iur'������'K.  AJ1 (i.**Jffffist* and tt(>r������t. nt sor- n bt>x, or post Ui-i* fr.mi Zam-I Ink  Co^'lViont-n, ior pH*<*; 3 \.<ix?* for ^1.25.  Gut out attacly&d ooup&n and mail vrJh ir. ������frnp (lo p.iv n'tuin  po������tape) to Zaw-Buk Co., Toronto, Jnjfpther'wil'n Kimc : nri rfatt" of  thU paper and a Freo Kamyilc box wil) be sent yoa.  COUPGN.  s.s.   "City of T anaimo.'  "VICT022r-a.���������CC-M03C       UOTSTTE1  e  Sail  from Victor a Tuesday, 7-a. sa   for  Nanaimo,   call ng .it Crofton   Kuper  and Thetis Islan .;   when   he.ght, or  passengers o ,cr.  Leaves Nana'.mo   Wednsdmy, 7 a. m.,  for Union Uay Comox and \\ay   tuis  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. mi, foi  Union Bay Nanaim.0 and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7"a. m., for  i:,.ii.".i li.tj Comox and, way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  ���������Nanaimo and way pons.  SiUs from Nanaimo Saturday, a p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NAlnAIKO - LADY-  SMIIH   ROUTE.  S.S.  *'0OAN."  f   Maxwell & Hornal   *  1 f  X Proprietors. T  .*.' r-iHwiwiiMm   V  4������TEAMSTKRS and DRAYMEN*?  V SINGLE and, DOUBLE RlGSf  ^For MIRE. ALL.,OKDER.sT  4,1'ROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TOi  I  THE   GREAT.   SK8W-CUKE. ,_  ������  li  l)*������XJ33Zm  32JL"STI3,       "FsiCFSi;  is:  Rnglibh 4 .t HUIITON ulwuyh <m tap aHo, thft famous Mil,'<v HIK KIO  B������EliS-Anbeoser,.Kob������mt-������n, Hohlitf, to. "OLD H'lEV ISKAIW"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best V/laes and Liquova of r.U kind-s,  The .tfpwdiufl aad Lodging Diparttnent, mnior tho mmieiliul'i nupcniiteiidtnuB of Mr������  Li&vt������, vill be tonr.d Fir-t oliss in cve.ry i������hjn.ut.  RATES,  $l 00 per dny ujnvnnla  uta ow  vM aar^*xivaw������w3W.-  ���������rviiwmwwyJtBrj Q-AraannnxBur,!  . iime.'miiXtJLBixim:  sra  i������r*MW������.i*tw*M������Kiwi*i iiw.'������v.i him  persistent Advertising  roduces  rofit in every kind of business,  ������j������ta*l-WfyVtf P  xM  ews arc  j al-  The   columns of  the  ways o\)v.n fur more  Advertise  ments.    Try a good l)ig ad.  for   1C1   votciitiii!  . , ���������, tX  In Jcl) Printing we print any  thing from a  BIG   POSTER  $ 3rd St, Ceiberlaiit  ^FJ^--M^H^-4-i-4^*4*i*'H,'i,*i-4������i-i  I     C. H TARBELL  ������ n*������������'i*������-���������������<������������������"'������������������<'���������������'i *nmi^������rii**f**'  ff   mwir. mv w#ii..iw'utm*uifwhim  {HIGH GRADE STOVES  * And all  KITCHEN   UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  mud  General Hardware  f***l1m**m*tflt*ty'^  vnwmwwmw temrm  TIjc Jtcv.lrl   H. Illt'ks   A!-  titanac,  l'\>r IflOli, romly Nov. lu. 100S,  lif'ijt. I'vur srnt out, In'iMilifiil c.iivi'fis  in wiliiiv, liim pi'i'traif nf ..['roi'.  [littkrt in t-'olur;-, nil tlm old lVat-  iiri's mid M'Vfntl mnv ones in I lit.'  book. Tlio iicst niili'oiitJiiiic'Hl  '���������Hii'krt Wuatlit'.r Foiocandh." |!y  mui I  iioo,  on   nnvH  hti,nds  HOi'.  One. copy fritu wiili Word mui  Woi'lts, t.lm best $\, Monthly in  Aiiu'rictt, DiK'otinU on idmmuu'ti  in i[iiiiiit'nit-i-, Ajj,t'iii������ uiinutl,  Word and Works I'ltlilitdunt;'  Co,, i>!iOl Locust Street, St, l.ouis  Mo. Mvory eitizmi owes it to him ���������  H*ir, to his fellows  und  to   Pi of,  Hicks to posi-i'tfs tl llit*U'' I'oi'e  t'lif-lH,-   tlm only reliably  Sails Irom   V'tnco uv cr    cr   N.-u n o  daily, except Sundays, al   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvei  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  VANCOUVBE-NANAIMO -COMOX  UNION.  "S. S. Que������nCity"  (C.P.R,)  Leu    V ������,u ^Davor, Suu day, 7 pm     Ar  rives at Na::Mmo, Suuday, 11 p. ni.  Lutve* Nan unw Monday,  3 u. hi.   Ai--  fivee at Uuii/U, Mouday, 11 a. tu.    Arrive  at Ou.ox, Mciiday, 1 p.'m.  __j������aVe_Coniox,^louday, 7 p. m.   Arrive  iit LT.iuii, Moutiivy, S p, ni. -���������-  . Lf aye Union, Tue.-day, 5 a. in.    Arrive  m Nauuinio, Tr.etilay, at 11.30 11, ui.  LenVtfB Xutmimo, '1'uebday,   rtt  1  p, in.  Alt ive at YaiK-imvMf, ruentuy, at 5 p.n*.  CAh"li '^ ^'av Potts when  freight pud  pMai njjoi'H otier,  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 15)07,  NORTH HO UND��������� Rend    Ii-imi  FasetiiJijoi  1 rains  I toil V  i-'uiiduv  JJ,St������tii!iin,  Nc. 1  V\ of,  lint,  No. 3  vMitcoriit,  Do. 11.00  l.)c, 15.00  llllfcht-lil,  11 0*1  jfi 14  ShiMvntgwi,  10.17  10.in  ,.  10.22  10.18  Culililo Hill,  10.. 10  iu ;<o  Cuwuihuu,  10 .48  10 41  Kolmiiiili,  10 fill  16*17  I'tiiiiwuV,  11.00  Hi.,'.8  ���������"���������Utlll'llOH,  11.07  17 KI  Wi'f'.hiiliiii*,  11.18  i-.'.i:  I'l.|'l)lllll)\lH,  11 '.i'i  17 Hfi  l.iiilyMnii)),  11, i>l  11. ini  sjcmili Wcliiugtoo,  1*2.18  lS.iD  Nininmiii,  1 -.'.������,���������)  IK.KO  NVulliiiiituii,  Ar l!i,f>3   ai- US-16  fciOUTIL liuUNU-'Uwul Up,  No, a No. 4  V'iutoiia, Ar. I*-*,00 , ItiM  ItllkBclH," J'JOli IS, 61  .Siiiwiii^in, 10 bl 17.35  " 10.48' 17.SO  t.'ul.Mi-llilli |f,.11) IT.-J'J  rtitiivliii,, |(il,V 17.08  Kiiii'iluli, 10 nil 17 nil  liuiu'-iiiiV, 10 Oil Ui.bi  Suim *!���������<>, 0 17 1 >)���������������:)  \Vi*.iiii,1,iui, u.;i7 iii n-i  t'liiiiiuiuiiK, ll *.S HI,'.".'  Ul^HlUlll), 1)0,  11,00 lk.   Ki I18  " Ar, 8.60 Ar. I8.4H  Hmitli \V.Huston, H.'.H I6.-17  Nuimiiiiii, 8.16 16 16  1 ������������������SUt.ittmt, llu. 8,00 0������, 16.00  *|IMI|I*,I|, ,1. 11...  rr-'X-r-ilH-;     Wit'     Hid-  U. <ir������nf. M.IM'. Mr.mi1 Mrt*������,  It. (tnv.t jr.,nnd M������������, Cii**. liiHtit  men j^isi-tijjur* by ."������Htui Jiy'n Umt  for Vta-art*.  1 ri;   ;-,'t' ���������  invnle of \ehe, nhil in the flays of |  Queen VAIrnbelli nnd J nine* l��������� whnn i  KrisluiiiJ   Mrit   ������irilift.*rfvmlow   Ia   its I  iinurt., Ache  wu*   n,   gror-t   kiitfii1i-.ni, '  fi������*<tiipyir������K mote tlmn mill the Mnnd. j  't>i      t'i".in,'i'   tm-.-,-*   tn.v.r   nrVtirm'l-  <*I-kvI  tint   ,ti|������r< niiw.v nt the  Utileh,  nnd aver iUO.OM.OOO htw l*v������n *pi������nl  tn ������r>������l������������ivi-irii In i-.iibdtit' tin* rvw of  warriim.   Hoiitli of ,\ftfm In n Inrtte  diMtrixt i������x-"iipif*<l  liy  thn llnttoJcH, *  Uihe thnt ban prnctkwd oimnthaluim  (���������nr rwntiiri-vi.  fteady RtM-Milng.  Tlinjr  ������1<v>,l  In-tnte  n  M-pmrttictinr  Bf ihe \ctiti-. ������l  Mnlitll  "Her YiMidn muni hare \*r**n h������iwti-  lot," n-������i<l one.  "Very," mmviM th������ nibnt. "I won-  Aet what i*.*iti'm they were int"  "I h*vi* ��������� Uxvtry tlmi Aw wtm ro-  prer������nl*d na buiuwf at Iter taihl. Otm  tirtt������4 unnbaLly Iwdl a rmnll mirmr "  "And Hm, .*Uw*i n |^i**������U.f putt, **ht  ttni ibnt ������h<*iry won't wnrb."  "Ao4 why not?"  "1l*A tb*- li**������ *t Iwr loiltt ber i  mbqUi wanM beta bmm foil ef bat*.  t<7 a  v^rrtwi r*������w������,  The News  Das  TIjd 03E5T rw  AAUy'CtUVi3l4AA.t'Ji ihr jf.'  KAUM FOR SALK.  Situated  nt l'liiktU'illt", twenty  miles  froin  NiUlidlllll, I'll  tilt' l't.Itd  t'*   C'lllllu'l'-  uiil, fivii mti'fM'lnjirrd, fruit bi'iii'-  illj.1' Ol'tdllU'd, tWO llttlt'S, loj^^ nil  Inil'iit'd 11IV. two urren r-liii-iii'd, jtj'ooil  inilln^i'. Iiitliml nml jiliHlcnul nnd  ni'wlv iminfed: i'hit*kt>ii Iiouki and  t'lifn  mililiii".-*. Will i-i'llclieiiji for c.iikIi  Tbt.' fmin "<������!t U*> <-f tc'.t Heron in  oil, fronting on sub sviiter,  Aj-jdy  ' V     *     **n     '���������-..',.-- I"t,-1-    Viltt-      I'llM  Uiiinf, Jl. ('.  Tlifiitniinrl Milo and Cominutatiutt Tit-  kci* un -i.ik', nooil ovi'i 1 ml nnd siriit.vt  ���������inoK, ul t\su mid one-hull cents pur mile.  S|K-(-i.il tniini .md ���������.ii:!itiu,i-������ le-r K.xnn*  ���������ions, .ind icituccfi ritt'-i lor purlta:* mny  In: .iiiiiiijiKtl  Ioi   on  iiiiji'iratidii  10 llie  Dist  I1,-!.*,, A������tiit iit Vittoria.  'I hf IY'iii|mnv I'fhctvcH tlt������ ntilu to  iliimni! wiiliinit pievumb tinii-.-i'.sttj.itiiRi-u  >ailu,*>; dales ami Imui-si ������l .lailm^.  ICxciir.-iioii'1 itktiis on ,-iiile I'om an������) to  ioimi' bifn. und other  out | 01 iMnin-n!., t^uim im j,,..i,N j  :'..  /*'.,;��������� Mil   <:*i**,i!:r*,   y.-i'.iiiii ;���������  run  Itttct  mn Mmmliiv,  ������, VV. TlUlUI', lli-n. Sup. B.t\ t"*ii������rt ft������t,  li. it. COUiUNKV, Ui������t, Frl, & Im*. Ag  OO VEAKB'  EXPERIENCE  ..' ,A  'i  -, %*!>  Pi**i#i.n4������i������u������tii������<^t������iiii������tv +mt*r urnfe-v* ���������������������������  I���������   ,_,,-___���������..������..���������,.,-������., *,���������.,.w..������������.*���������ws������l.. ,J  XOWIN lisr/i MAi        1  T! ������    f" ���������>.,-   -   I, ii ���������; -������   \- il,   ���������   ���������   i   ,        J  n- t-...,,... .\   ;  kl,.-t ���������������������������! :������������������  ft   , ',,, ���������   ., ,      . .,    ..  it.-- *,;', .,1 f : 1       . v. ��������������������������� ,, ..',- :���������   t  I-,- f. -,  ,y-       .:,,.���������, ... .1  ,    .    .  NOT J CM  Al   ,  J������v'."-"0!l ���������'!    tw't'-O'lH. ffff������'!������/.'.  retinieiii)/ 'ir tttkiii-.r   any   bl'Kiki*',  t'lijlit-r nr wood, "f any dc*.(*i'i*,tt"'!i*  * a  |',������*l(>t,������in-^ to Uut Wellington Col-  !n������*i'\* Co'v., or from t r 'iff tilt* Innd  ������if tlic wllid Colll|iHllV, Will hi' \)XOn-  f.���������.���������()(���������������. I fo I fin full I'XU'ttt of tbo Inw.  F.  D. Milk  S������liorint',iidi'iit  Welliiigton Colliery Co,j,  team Marks  XHitnana  COOVRIOHTS ������4c.  Anrena sen-Hint a***m**i *ni(lr*etipti<,ti *.*i  nnirnll tmeitlnln nnt ������i|������mnm fr������������ *(������*tii*r ttl������  mv.tt.iVin tt nwnt-ir T'������t<������������j������i"*>- r������.t,,������ unicn.  'liiniil.UIWl.-'WtKJwrl,*!!. M4Nfl3CtK ������il'.'*������t'U  umi tf**. tfm������������t nt������tii������T tart*ernttttre*i*ttt*.  l������������tni,i 1 |iU������!i ti,f"iiij������i Munn * to, ri-.-ttri  HHft'lt tl'itl'l, WlltiltlH-hlUM), tutt.a  Scientific JlMtim*  *, ���������h**.((*tin*1l |tttt������r������*������*������ mtm.,1,. i ������l. ������.l < ,1.  rullUMI i.J Mir u-MMNW t-������-"*li '���������������"'"��������������� I***  r.iri fi-nt m<mih������,|U BoM*pr������lt Jt������������������<l������������l������i.  '"���������WMWKSslafl!1 ��������� m* * ���������**mi**-m^*m^m**m*ma *immii'* ���������*w*������w  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  m  ���������wTrv.  &&;#  01  J*w i/Si I 3 0-#V Ai������wMH&Efc*,  =������  d/  /*������  The drink of strong men and -healthy women.  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  \.f.,   ^     ���������-,- ..  &������'?fi   - ' ''- ''���������:'.',*.v>V *y  "'*i*"'/!^^*is ���������**��������� *i* ���������. '. ***i"j-*������^ 't ,. ?*jfy  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Aaents for B C  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and liko 20 tons of potatoes; will  gidl cheap,  Cnru Ykuk,  _������������������, ~ ���������-������������������SH-nrl-wi clrr-  Sr  ements,  ���������H~K~K-*-H~H-  For the  Farmer.,  ~"p.T���������j���������J..r.,U.!l������J.,T���������J..><  Prices,  an,d  g;uarasateed;  i2������  -���������"W-H-H-i-M-H'  Ashore and  with .  AND  _ U you like to read ol ihe experiences ol  fitters, shooters nnd c*mper������ or i'-Klitlnai  ! or If you are Intercs.ed In country llfo, bsx *  ! your ne'"8dcalor foi* Foreit and Stream,  nr write lor free aptclmcn cony, or send  twenty-five cent* for four weeks' .trial trip.  Foim&I mil Strmirn In a lnt-fle Illustrated ,  weekly lotn-inii, wliloli <wnt������Ins the.'olJotvluj  tteptrtmentni  Camo Unit tt\i Gun,      Natural H'utory.  Svi ������i 1 Rtver FUNnd,  Yachting,  TlifK.i irt.imitn Tonrisit, Cunneinfc  Killo and Trap. Kennel.  We si-nil tree our'canlagu'e of tlie bent books  oi om.toor llio and natation.  FOREST ANI������ STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, Now Yorlt City.  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  H.  S. ROLSTOK,   Managing Director.  Vancouver,  B������ C.  See B. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  fiS^tf&WBSBi  *.M������*������M~W**M~>M*,K'*HMl'4~K  I Cumberland Livery  imi Feed Stable...  V  tin   ea.nimam*mi tea.\ ���������, > m-meMxmemetm^rtmwtemkmet* satm  ������    JOHN    BRYDEN  j.  Proprietor  tm *mlm<m*******mt*ami  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : AIT.  KINDS   <tV^WMrfl-IIW������������^Maufc<M^>WT1t������MtflHl������(  .������:  aha  ���������(���������  *I*  *e  \  V  V  V  T  T  V  ���������5  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  ULseasGia_aL  -AND-  D. HUN DEN'S  Protection of Steal.  A procosH for profctietinu iron ntul  ptool from rust Imu boon invented nnd  patented by T. W. Coulott of Temple  .low, llinriinphmn, Knitl/md, This  eonRiutR in immorxing tlio article in  I, hot phn������phoriv,od Holution nontfiin-  Ing nn iron compound, Thn nuri'imo  'if tlio iron is oonvortod into a mix-  turo of foirou* and forrio phoHphntns  nnd prowntft n plomdiig dull blaolt  upponrnnco, Thin pronoHs umU.-H t.lu>  iron highly rwinUtnt In coi-rosion nm!  in being applied l" All kindti iii lij'lit  onffln't'orlrip work, bikiIi nn eye],:  Jriintt'ii, ftua burrolH, >.iluiiipiti(;n und  pr.-Ht* work.  Th������ Oltnrlomafne lions Tr������������.  Tho til-out voticniblti nwo tret in ex-  iRtoncn is ������idd tn bloom iij,������hIiik|. tho  tmcii'iit cburt-h of Ilild ���������i'lu lm in  liortnnnv. Nolwilh������1������ndin>r tlm ntnny  jmrtluH wliich at dlflorent times hnvo  boon in tho Bwouiluiiity,. U..y ull j a^^^^tow'ii^'i.  .ht'oin to bnvi* r-vpoi-'ti'il nnd t-tnd vi j j.rinjil ,,tT)���������A-. rl������r',irfi. *>i.������\t!!:i>!���������������������������������������������;'���������,<������������������'  tho roi'O trw, whinh, it i.-i miid,  '.\n.t   "'" .-..������.-  plnnted by Chtirlt'itiii-ino.   Tbo tniuU   ������������������������������������,,���������,        in now idmiiBt ivh hii; its ii man n h niy.   yjurmrty IrimWDi,  Thorn aro Iivo priiudptd lliidm triiiu-  0i| iiftninnt tin* t'lmroh, tlin t-nn' Iviti,"  proioctod  by  iron  riulitii**  iiiclo,iiiut  ^.i    nrni    nf   nlmnt   twotitv-iK-   stllllll'O  ,!t<ot. Tlio "nuln (Imrimn ������nld(i'i> in  Wriy imi-* O'li-i' -i -'i*- ������������������>��������������������������� ''��������� ���������.!>'������������������������������������'  .fHiid I,nttv**'l"b''. '" tl!,'n "iidfru A  itb������ .town, ilruitwtl tltu tttotind, tho  '���������nldium of TiiuOmo fu������li immI t*l* lliu  lliri������nn!it*i������ with'(iliiitip**, mi'l iho.to of  INnp'ili'iin. a t*(������ntwr,\v und a half biter,  4i!l;V,*>*-*     Ki*X        ***,**. t mi ^-t-  I wood  and Coal  Hauled  Duiisim-iv Avenue  *CUMimRlvANl>,   ii. (!  *W'?"J"f<-M-'W-',l"W*I"5"l'1'*W"'?,,l'  HRP TO^J I'1'*   (irrn*t   Hell'''"'   It'nni'ilii.  W($Y j,  -W 'ieneiti nml <nvi>;,-iMii*nt lm win,In  ^WW,,������*Pfiil-.,������tln dd Vtiinn, <���������',���������������������,.V.���������;���������(..  oiw D/hilttu. M-'iitul (null llrnin II uini. .'/-���������  jiotntin';/, l.-fvunl MV<i.'.-ii,-������j. ISne'ril'.ii i. S/ **."���������  NOTIOE.  Rifling on loooiiKitivoH and   rail  way cars ot  the   Union   flolliery  Ouinpatiy by any  porcon   jt   par-  soriB���������axoupt lain crow���������ic strictly  (������roh.'.l''tcd,    ICiiipioyot-'S   r.iv stih-  iec t������) i.������.minwil for allowing Hiim-  IIy ordiif  Khanc-is 0. LlTTI K  Matin^ei.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Niiw (.;ri>wliH? in iiui* NnrsorinH  fur t!iu Fall ti -iii:-  !)'),(IOII PKm-li, Api-lit'it, N, .-lai-iiK'H,   Cher  ty, I'lnni, i riiu(>, I'c.ir uiul Applu  ������������������in nil Ifiidiiif; vuiintit'H  100,(100 Stuilll l-'nlitH,  1(1,000 Oriiiiiiion-lit' Ti'imw, in nil b-itdini!  viitititlivt fm' li. (.',  Strictly lioinit Kr'wn and not, Hiibjci.'t tu  damiitfi! I'nmi fuiai^iitioii.  Stuck of IbilliH to itrrivn in Anoint from  JupHii, l''ni"i'o anil Holland.  lino Sii|i|ilit'H, Spniy I'tiiiif.*ti, ,'\!i'dH, Kkj,  HO-l'twiCATAMl'i'l/M l-'UKK.  Tlic Oxford Chancellor  range is the best value in an  all-steel ran go offered to tho  people of .British Columbia  to day.  It is handsome in appearance, solid in constviictioti,  designed by competent, experienced stove-builders, and  set np by skilled workmen.  .Before' you purchase u  range, examine some,of the  outstanding features of the  Oxford Chancellor.  It. will appeal to your judgement-give you satisfaction  when vou liny-and prove to  the hilt  every    claim     our  agoiitFiinake.ior it.  9yno]>i3if>   of   Car.ndiati   KomeBtoad  RoCulfiiion.*'  Any ftvuilubln Doniinini) TjiindH within  ilwlltiilwuy Belt in Hrilitili Cnliimbia,  may lio lioiiiostended by any pm-fen who  iH tlu1 soln Itc.ud ot a family, or tiny initio  ovor 18 yours of a^o, to the ������.-;tcntof ohh  ipurtrti* mj'!'ioii of lOi) nnrtia. mow or lo.������ft  Hiitry iiiii**t I)'1 nnitlft p-nniually at 11 io  looul liiinl olliiw f'H- tlio illiitriot in whioh  tlio hind is Kiliiatts. P/il.ry by proxy  may, howovor, bn mnda oi> ivntain oon-  iljtiomi by Om fiithnr. mnthi.'r.non, dnucb-  ler b"iil,ht*r or niHtnr of antl mtondiiiK  hoiniHtttiHh'f,  Thnliiiiiiot-'luiidtir i������ i*i'i|iiirni.'l lo p(ii'fnrni  Um oontlilioni' oomn'i'lcd thtirotvitli  in nlo i' nil'! of tl.o followbij; phniR*,  (I) At tiMiit, w'tK' nioutlit-,' voKldi'iifn upon  antl ciilfivat.ini) ol'tbo luiitl in ni"li yo-ir  fortlimoyt-di'M,  ('.') If Iho fnMior Cm* molhor, if tlm  fiilbni,iAil(?(!U'iH*'>d), of thn linmcHti'itdor  ivnidi'S npmi a fnrm in |,h^ vioinity of ibn  liuidimti-rod for, llm ivvnirotwutH uh to  rt'Niilenci' niiij* bo liiit.iMllud by isuoli pntwui  vi'idd'n't,' with Iho futlu-r orniollmr,  (II) fl' th i ������idtli,*r linn hi i iitM-iiiiiomit ro-  niili.'iii'(< upon  fnrinini; Innd   owiiimI by  ! hiuii'i tlm vicinity of hi*t lt<mii*B<t>nd, llm  | n������|iiii-t)Uit!iiUi ;i.'*l.,J ji-,"itli.')ii,-t- iu������y hi; n;t-  1'nil by rcMlili������ii'(������ upon thn itnitl Innd,  t.i': miitiHi:.'nolii-i'in   wrHint* nhould  In* trivi'ii l*> tho CoiiiuiiipiDni'i- of lmmin.  lon 1'jiiiidn at Ottiiwhof liib'iiUoti lo up  |i|,V foi p.lb'lil,  tJoAi���������--i'iinl mhiinif riirhl^ mny bo  i<asiiil for u p'l'iod of twenty ono "tont-H  lit uu iiniiinil riMilid of i?l per iicrn. Xol.  morn llirni '.',,'ifi'l iK'rct iihnll bo h'lHt'd to  ���������-'io individiiul or i.'oinp'iny. A rn.M>U;.  ;i! Pio ruin of live renin per tun flhilll lm  i' 'lliii'li'd ou tlm uii'r<'hiiii!ithhi i.'onl ininml  W, U'.flfiliV.  Ilppnly of tlm Mi'iiIhU'I' of llm Interior  ;.-';;\V;:<rrT*C^-^'~r.r,'T';~"-*(.''s'Y>'J>, *  U ���������>..f'.-y---:.-.;-������������������"������������������}��������� A:?1*:.it'J. tyri)  *;.;S������'.v.,-: .���������: .'X'-';.��������� ���������������������������A. .!������������������.',,'���������'*  P���������-i'-.^'-T,:'.<r '>",������!-.";���������. fA^lAi. V '-, Ari-A  %/���������;;������������������;' ;'':vrAAA'fvt*i,-'y-'*;��������� '���������-.fAd  ���������i������k''���������..'I'/'i.v^-''.^���������./:���������'-. .!���������.;���������.*:  '.', w. %'..$: !'<���������&���������)')'-'���������:. A;i~., y,fJ.W\ I  fii4/������;:M?J^^--^','^^i#,--7Vp. "i  /^^'S'iiftliiwlj  Notico i3 herobj- given tit'A   "ii '  U.iys alter date i tutond to a.,:*  the Honotiratlo Chief  Coium.*:.-..-  of Lauds and Workn for a Lio:- l  l>rospect for coal and ..pairoiftU"':'-  d<*r tha forcshoj-o and under tL  ter on    tho     lands    in aud oo-.  Y,il<i������; Island, Sayward Lisxvi,:���������,..  tish   Columbia.  Cnuimoncinff at a post plwr'e  th,- sea bfat;h 2 mites soir.i.oi';. :'".  tlm N.W. eornor of Capo Mutlj.-'..  dian    Roajyi-e'   post,    Valdes 1 >.' '���������  Sayward Distriot;  thwicu   due    v  80 chains ;     theuco   due   south  flmins; tinmen    due    oast 80 chain."  thenc-i- due north 60.chnins to t i.i  of eommmiccnmnt.  O.Jti*d  this 2-Cth dny of Noveml-:-:'  1V)US.  JOHX .TOirVfi.  K. Priest, A:, n-  N'otico is horoby givon that   'ii,!''''  Dnys after date- 1 intend to appi;   '  thn   Ilomuirublo  Chief   Comiuissio.*   ���������'  of lr.inds and Works for a Lico:.iso  prospeot for coal and petroleum w:  der thu foreshore aud undor the v.-.t-  tor on the lands in an<) opposite Valdes Island, Sayward District, Britis'i  Colnmbiit.  Commencing at a post planted c-���������-.  tho .soa beacit 1. mile southerly '?>���������)': i  tlm N'.W. corner'Of Cape MudfXi '"'.���������  dian Hesi-rvo post, Valdes Isle. A. :  thenco due West 80 cliaiito ; the: *:.*.".  'duo South SO chains; thence due Ai&yi.  SO i-haiiw-; thence due North SO  chains to i.ilace of commenceme ���������'..  Dated this 2Cth day of Novemfn*.-,  190S.  E. PRIEST.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Comitusfio':,--  of Lands and Works for a License t*.;  prospect for coal und petroleum under the foreshoro and under the c.-.i-  ter en tho lauds in and opposite V;vl-  des Island, Sayward District, British  Cclumbia.  Comtnc-nr.ine- ct a post planted ca  the fx-a beftch at the S.W, corner" ������������������>'"  Cape Mudse Indiun Reserve ;)<..*-:*::.  Values Island, Sayweinl District, ���������r.it I  beuitf also the' ;'.\V. corner of L.I"'";  tho-ice due South -10 chains; tho-i.c?  due Kast SO chains; thence due Kf''':'-i  SO chains; thence due Weat 10 chi-..' -  more or less to Hivch Wo ter Mark  sea beach: thence South Wester'"'  alons: said sea beach to place of  commencement.  Dnted this 2Cth dav of November.  1.90S.  FANNIE jr.  JIACGOWAN.  , E !P_rip-Sti-_ A otmL.._  f.r-WAW-'-v't'h'    , J,,,**-ff^<mM  ��������� Yt'i.'���������-'.; '''���������'���������'"'  -'Aw-l* ���������'?:"'*:;.;-,'.,'iJ*;" ���������r'<  %ss  * >*������ii "���������'/'-" * -v-" ���������"'tnx-A-wwjHjant'-a  Por Sale in Cumberland  by T. E. BATE,  agnot Cash Store.  Notice i.t lii'iel.i.v (.vivim tlmt Tiiirty  Dii.vh alter (lalt������ 1 iuieml to apply to  thn   lloiiinirii)/'"  Chief   CniumiHMo/it-r  nf liatnhi and WoiI.k i',ir it T^ii-.-'me to  prospect for nml and pmrole.nn un-  ��������� 'i r ; Ic 1 '��������� i Ii'i',!,' ;i������,*l lit,'.',' r t'i" M.t  tor on  tin-Inniih in a ii'i upposlie Vul-  Notice, is hereby given that   i'i,i;.y  Day.*; iifior uale 1'intend to ai?piy ,-���������.  thu  Honourable. Chief   Conuniiisiouv.*  of Lands aud Works for a Lacense *j.  prosjject 'for cial ana petroleum u:-  dcr the following' described ltit<ls':i...i  j under    the    Kirctlioie  unci ttnuer  v..i'  | water on the lixiida  in and   oppei.'t-  j Vaides Islaud,* Sayward Distric*.', ii*;-  tiiili  CulniiUjia.  Commei'.cing ut j. post planted y y  tho Nint bt'acii 1 mile southerly ;.*���������'*���������..������  tlie N.W. corner i.n Caj.e jMinige ].,-  dian j:e.'ji.*i ve jiuiJt, \ aldvs isiu.,'. ,  Saytvard District; thenee due K:,,.  70 chain!*, more or lues to a post; ..  the extreme JJantern boundary of 'urn  said Indian Ke-.er.e, Uience dan iiotuh  80 chains ninn;;* i-������id . Kastern baun-  tlary of Indian Keserve; ilieu e d,M  Xit-.-x ?o cluiins': thence due North '-!!)  elm ins to place  of conmioi.ceinciiit,  Dated tins ;:<;th day of Novem:ii'i-,  ll.Hiy.  ROY MACfVO'-'.'.t.V.  li). i'rieot, Aijv.rH,  ���������\oi ice in hereby jfivv'n that'. Thirty  Day.-: after dnty I intend to r.;.ply V.,  the lloiii.iuiuble Chief Commlaslni.ii.'r  of l/:itnl.*j nnd Woi-I.h for a r.,t:.mw to  jiroiipcel fm* eoai ninl puUnlouii. un-  der the (eiesliofH nml under tV-u vi'ii-"'  t'-r nu lhe lunds in an..! i,;r:o<ite VsJ-  de.'i Itvliiiid, .'r'ayvvanl Disti-ict, liritish   1'oUilil.bin,  I!ijinijn:-Ti;'iji-.f nt. n pi.id plndtcd on  tlm .'.������,( bC'ic.'i i.1 tin; S.W. ci/fiief ni  <'ii|ih Mud.;,' Indiiul lt.-������<"<- > po. t,  Vulihei b'.land, Maytviiid 'Dl^'rii-i, ;  lla'jii-i.' dun We.-,! Ill chain*,; the:,.v dtiij  Si.eilh Hi) eliii'uis; llietiO.-- dii" l'Nn' I)  cli tins; Ui'iii*.. ih:,. North *'���������' cha'. is  to ) Pun ui' coinmcni'i'iiicnl.  Hated thl'i :.v,fh dny ,.f yovem', -,  IP DM.  M \y    v . ���������*.-  -m. < '���������  K.  lAA-il.   \,j.*.'.  di-:i I'dnml,  Snywanl  llliitrict,  linii-sli | ���������  ������������������   -  Cebiinbia. j     Nuti.e ih huvby f������mvi  ilutt,    I nu : ������*  Cilliilin-miliif ill fl pn������.l |������llH|tod <m|||j.y. |,|1,.|* i|,t|��������� | mli'li'l to !ippl>- i ���������������  111.! sea beach nt the '..W. cnrn������*r (U'|lh- I !,nn.i.i*ablt' I'linl Ci,iiniii':,'..o.;*.-���������  Cap,- M'l.li.-e Dull, in l(e*������*i*'.i' pn.',t,l(f I ���������ni,i;i ,,, ,| V,',���������-;.| :.,r (, j ,,,,,,, ;  Valdes lilrinil, Hnywanl Dii.lriel ; pi.ix ,., t V i. i ��������� ii.ul jt i., i nr'.iv1! ������������������ .*; u ���������  llieiiie due l^wnt I'd iliiimi.; theme ,|������.r i |:l, i,iil,,e, nij- ni-*������"*i'���������,it luiei-i *.i' -  due   Soul li    Ml    chain'.:     tln-n-v  dim   iml.. !n   r'.ti; v. ���������rd   li,"iu't   ,,tA   |.*.;  We'd   .*������> i'h-iii!'i! thi*:uv dm.  Nurtli ho   |���������   -,|  i.haiie'   to  plimo  nf  eiiiiime:iri*iii'-iii s> i-\��������� ���������  Mated   l hi i   '.\('V.\   (lev   of   KnViui.e  V.UtH.  MAUfA  ,1 \\r, I'UIK-'.'I'  t4.   VvU-.l.   \:','1\  Meilei.iin     l(r ei      Ii.d.tin   li  Ci.vi-  Ir.  I*.  ���������I"  !,    I'  is  Ine'ol f  I'iM'ii   Unit    Tlili'l'  Will i in a. I1ui,l liy iili uruwifctr. or m ul������ il l"  Jilaln iiUk. nil rm-ulnl. of lirleo. Am' /win' del  tMiieU free. Vho wood Modioino fo,  -���������'��������������������������� V<;i-ontn, Ooj.  cook's cotton Root r^pouod. -Vancouver,,  Oreenhouattti, Snnd Houiina mul   Youl  allien AdJrro-H, j  IIOIO WUflTMIHaTKil ItOAD,    |  N.l!, ��������� I'liiiulliori/iHil |uililii'litiiili nf  lliwiliiy- ii.'ler date f I'lteild  lo at������plv lo   '"'  .C.  itdvitrtinctnniit will not be pnid for.  NEW YORK  i in- I mi i,,Mi nl,!..' I i|i,*i ( uiiiiiie-.,inner  i*f l^-i'l*! iind Wm-I'ti for ii |,ii>em*x* to  prnupe, t   i'm" ci.ii 1   ;,ml   iietrnlenm  un  .'.I*     at     C  :,ll,!    It!-*..*!  mm*    m-,i*i-  * - i.' *.. **   ���������,'.  ���������'u-iti  ',', |  * :���������',rill, j.;*.-  '..' ll.,*  ��������� ���������    . ',  , 1 .   ���������  :> **. u  ,e,   llm,*!!*  .,;*    |,,|,.l    I,  f-h.: ii.������   tli.-  lll'l*  er:  I   I!  WSj-^Vj^^li.iiiil?   tMii   rtV.M-ntiil hUmtli-v  .'*,.-. .   'i-Ly.,,.,,,.;,,.���������������...,���������,,.,,, i.,,,,���������,,,���������,.  ���������tft:Wjiiywilt>rentl.   t-'oMti*' thn'i i|i"rri!iiU  'I.n' iii)' d."'.>���������! in,*'.   I,nub. >.il  Siiywint    I' ll'l-H'l       Milli.'.ll  del'    III  inn.,   i  c.I  * '���������:  t'm a i mrini!  nt   a  n.>���������>������������������|   plant.>d  li  i.*.!  ^^fik������^UU^tw^ ln Courtenay/  I"! THP fliBp^TPm  THEATRICAL "I SHOW PAPER  h  Dr������������rm antl Nlqbtm.-.ras.  Many ol onr cuinni'metd d.eiiut.t nro  OCCUH im mil   by   bodily   eonilititiini   or  mirrottlitliliKH.      I.mmuiieil    ^beetH    nt  tlm loot of the hod ott n cold nijlbt  m-riti tletxiHlt n Hlet'i^r'n 1eet in riv.T  or mow bniilti;, pi't im n leeoud m-ip- :  }np fit tlintwr or it tendency to lie on |  tn.e'.i I,.t,k  .,. I,, .1 i'-'.i!.;.   i'::.'y..i'     ','p t  -Uliolu   k'Kioii**    ol    .-.p-jiiks.      I'^iUuii |  evidence nu Ui'r. |xdtit vita eullet'ted 1  iu Dr. 0. i*;ur-Ji\? H.-tl!'- fj*ycli'.h.pj- ,  nil   kljorat������iry   ut Clnrl:   Unlv-'ruity |  Jrom pwfiiml imtlmony    Vrum this i  Jf medd r.p>"*at 'An**,  '-VIMrvn pr.-ter '  (inlmo!* lor tb������ir niffhtmnrwi, whomiui I  hdulw iT-ii-hrm low.-int PnrRtnrn, jnilum  M)d U������o like.  ^J^W'KM%Sf5i.r,      f*       t ii^t IW THE WORLD.  ��������� ^.^&^^4riffi' lll(' ^������"rt������*nay I Intel   34,00 Per Year,   Slnj!������Co?y,IOCtt,  ^^���������������������������^������������������������������������^^^ 8ahpw coW'rwt.  INSURANCE.I  I Fire    &ri*\    YAxg >  He   !'.,.,.,������    \.,,.  ,'.���������!,*   .",, rhi   ,|.l  l<i   1 I,; i'i ,:     lh  elei-fi*.   1,1   1.I-i,  tf... t '.tl et*i> *n*i. Ihee",.  bn, n. l.,i.., 1 ��������� i|i,i. I .e 1  *-.i-,      .:��������� -,1,'itli     dn  ,   ,,f   (.,.,���������,,,,.,.���������,���������.),.-Tl'  'I Ml     1 ,  Ml    .!.!*,     1,!     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ATTHI-' y*m".fnTWV.-      ,_ ,  ������r .. ..������������������> .^.r t1t'\ittttVt* Irtwin* to iii*"* nt 1 -i.rmn"' "  ���������r.wntft p.r 111 Nlil(KI). j   ,,���������,,���������, Ui��������� r,Ul (fi(V .... N-  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� wi rmmmmm******a  100s.  E Prli-tt. A-tun*. THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA  So may CHRISTMAS  be a happy one to you; happy  to many more whose happiness  depends on YOU.  So may each year be HAPPIEIi THAN THE LAST  STODDART    The Jeweler  m  MA0BIN CANADA  ICOMBERLAND TAILOR I  S. 1SAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made  to Order  from Sao to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Make* Your EXPENSES Light  Makes Your BISCUITS Light  Make* Your CAKES Li������ht  Make* Your BUNS Light  Make* Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E. W. CmjETT CO.. LTD.  Toronto, Ont  AH local items of a business  nature will be charged for at the  standard rate of ioc a Hue.  Repeat it:���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always curo my coughs and colds."  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in their ads. not later  than Monday, ns this vrill enable  the printers, to insert it iu the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Caimtal. $3,900,000  Hssmv^$4,3O0m)  A88KTB,   ������4fi ,400,000  DKPOJi������������,������a8.700,000  Local News.  Our esteemed government agent-,  Mr. J. Baird had a narrow escape  from serious injury, one day last  week by the upsetting of a buggy  in which he was driving, caused by  collision with another vehicle. Fortunately Mr. Baird escaped with  sotne slight scratches and bruises.  NOTICK  "���������Aihpropei'ty-hold ers-withln-th e-  limits, of the Municipality of the  City'"'of Cumberland wishing to retain their names on tlie voters' list  for the ye&r 1909, aro required to  have all municipal tuxes paid on  or before Monday, the 28th day of  I>eceuiber, 1808, By order of the  Court of Revision.  A. MeKinnon, clerk.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-ond nervice   between Vancouver,  Namiiio, Union, Oomox, by  the  steel Clyde built twin eer-nw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Lenres Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives N������naimo.  Saturday 12 p m  Arrives Union, Snmlay 6 n m  Arrives Comox,   Sunday 8am  Returning:���������  LeaviQfl Comox, Sunday 1pm  Leaves Union Sunday 5pm  Arrive* Nanaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vaucouver Monday 7am  B, R.Allen, J. Palmer, the  Misses Wall, Mr.and Mrs, Theobald, Mrs. II, Murdoch, Mr. and  Mrs.T. McMillan, wore among tho  passengers by the outgoing steam*,  er Cowichau on Sunday last.,  rn.mmm.im,*t4_ ���������   The concert given on Monday  evening hist, was a most successful one. The ball being crowded  to the doors; every number on  the programme was well rendered, a good mar.y of those taking  part having to respond to an encore. Ur Gillespie acted as chairman, while Mrs Gillespie presented tho cup to No, 5, tlm winning  team, aud also tho medals to both  the Mixtures and No, 5, Dr. Mc.  Nnughton after a few well chosen  remarks presented the other cup  to tho winning junior team; after  which he stated that "iho town  hoys would hare to take warning"  if they wanted to hold thu cup a  second time, an the citnip team was  going io take it from them next  year."  Stn/jo leaves'Union for Cumberland every Sunday morning on arrival of 'COW'  ICUAK;" aud leaves Cumberland Hotel  nt 1 pm, connecting with tteamer at  Union.  There will bo a shoniing rnntoh  for geese and turkeys on Christina* Jliiy. Ut tli������> hunk of the snw-  mill, The shoot will commence  Ut about 10 a. m,  We   are pleased   tu learn   that  Mrn, Shaw is recovering from her  |ij|ll������'*M������.  $   SXSSXaXSrfsXgxSX^  I  POLICE COURT.  Rex*, vs. Bowen���������The accused  in the above mentioned prosecution was charged committing an  assault and battery on Thos.  Dwyer, and being found guilty  was fined ������30.00 and costs. Mr. .T.  Abrams, the presiding magistrate,  garo the accused a severe lecture  and stated, that as assault cases  were becoming so numerous, he  intended in this iliRtance and i������  future, to severely punish those  guilty of that offence.  Rex vs. McGimpsey et al.���������H.  McGimpsey and ,two others were  charged with liaving stolen a keg  of beer belonging to Thomas  Dwyer, the charge* of theft was  dismissed, on the grounds of int���������  TufficT^'lmdellcTFo^  the prosecution. Mr. P. P. Harrison, barrister appearing for lhe  prosecution. We are pleased to say  that criminal cases of any consequence are prauticaly unknown in  Cumberland.  FOR SALE���������A Ford Auto  (Jar in first class condition, about  15 horse power; complete with  lamps and four new tires; has also  good strong batteries. Price 3500.  A snap.���������Apply to George  Banasky, Nanaimo.  IF VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  The winning number for the  adies blouse at the Big Store was 1  ���������Monty Order* =wg.s=r  Ratks.  15 and under        - I Cent*  Over  |S and not exceeding 910 t Cento  Over $10 nnd not exceeding 980 If, Cents  Over 990 and not exceeding *50 ! 5 Ceota  Thew Money Orders are payable without coot in nuy   Cbarteied %  Interest Added Four Times a Yea.   Jn Savings Bank  Maka  A B. NETHERBY,  ������������������*���������+������������������������������������  1.1 j  212  FOR SALE���������Seed potatoes,  Noronton Beauty, sixteen days  earlier than earlier than Earh  Rose, an immense yielder. Prici  5c. per pound; if by mail add pos  tage. Larger lots at reduced prices. All orders will receive mj  prompt attention.���������D. Ryan,  Comox, B.C.  ��������� *���������������������������������������������������������������  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CDADB TO   ORDER AtfD  IN RflY STYUE VOU ttllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  ~*i  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  Funeral Director  and   Em-  balmer  Houoc       RalMtng    Re*  newlmr tt  foundation* j  Carefully Attest  c   to.  Cumberland, Jl. C.  NOTICE.  Ap|ilieiili'HiH (or Uio position o ,l������nlt*m  fortUn C'ititilicr[nnd t'ulilo Suliool, lUtfiiff  Salary renal red, will lio reoeivod uji to  !><>o 23rd. HIIW.  Tlio Hiuweiiftil npptloiiiit must put in  nil tflmm hi wiiHlmrn nml k<v.i|i fo't<*i in re  I'liis wli������n required idoud with Iti* othor  ihltlOH.  T.II.CAUKV.  8(o, Hoard of Hulioo) Trastw-w  $50 REWARD  ,JDie..aboyjsjreward will  be  paid  for the recovery bf the body of my  son, Willie Harwood, dead ur alive.  MRS. J.   HARWOOD  Trent River.,  SALK OK WORK.  Side of work will ber held on  Tuesday 8 i>ec��������� iu city mill a  ap.in. Supper from 5.30 7,3(^1,111  adults 3sc.childix#u 35c.  Muter Le'itiinl M0111101* has  turned   home  from   Victoria  upend hi* Xmas vacation,  re-  to  Hurrah ! ������ for the football  match <m the Rweitfimi Ground  (ilii'i-tunis huv,  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C. Segrnve, Agent,  Cumberland  I/.*������t Tliiiru.lav evi'iiin.* t\\n  friends of Mi-,* Carrie Pilu-t came  .11 on !i.������r iinu'.varv'rt, and to-.k p<*-j  ivk-mui of the f'ttiiilmiliiiid Hall,  tho ocean ion being n Mirpriw par-  ty, A large number a*������emlih'd  in the hall} tb* ladies bringing refreshments which wei* nun til nt  midnight, Dancing win Indulged in till * h\to hour, after whicii  everyone disprsod, having had  one of the moit onjuvabta evening* ew *j*wt in I 'twilt'i'latiil.    ��������� j   t  * m * ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������*��������������������������������� m **-*mmm****m*mtm**t-****mr������  Mr* (ion. Steven* returned home  fiuiti Nauuuuo   by   Friday's boat.  Inspector Diek wa* a jiassougcr  by Friday's b������*t.  **mm    ..������,������-  1.���������.  The Au-tral/'in Ihrnr Mafcnni  was at Union Itay last wwk and  iimivni S,H(H) ton* t.f coal,  WOMAN'S HOME COMPANION   FOU   CHRISTMAS.  Tho Christmas number of the  Woman's Home Homo Companion is one of the most beautiful of  the holiday magazine*. Its cover  is in blue and gold���������depicting  the Madonna and Child. There  is a beautiful painting in color by  James Montgomery Flagg, occupying a full page. Another delightful aud unique iigure con-  sist* of two big pagos of old-fashioned Christina* Carols, with decorations by Ernest Haskell,  For the Christmas Woman's  Homo companion, Edwin Mark-  ham lias written a most beautiful  poem, ''Before the Gospels Were''  It tells the story of the gathering  of the materials for tho gospels hy  the doeipliM after Christ's asceii'  sion, "Before the Were," is greater than "Tho man with the Hon."  It is perhaps the greatest poem uf  the generation,  It is seldom that a magazine- ~  even a Christmas iiiitgu;diio--������>F  furs storios hy such nn array of  great writers ni will he found in  the December Companion--Josephine Daskam Bauon, Anna Catharine Union, Mary WilkiiiH  Freeman, Flooence Mono Kings������������������  ley, Juliet Wil Iwr Tompkiim,  Above all uUe, the woman render will Hnd here a nnyaziiie uf  Christmas help*��������� hundreds of sug  gestions for the making of attractive niui tltiiijue gittn; idea* an-  the tahlo; for making deiieioua  candiet; new nwikwear; embroitU  ury; fashiotiB--and almost bewildering array of practical Christ-  mas suggestions.      ���������   The AntLTubereiilosis Society  t.f U.C. have forwarded to Dr.  (iitlospio 1000 Xmas stamjm, those  are cximpliineutnry ������>tamp������ to be  attaehw) to letter* or parcel* antl  aro ou mIo in the different ttore*  fur lc. a pleeo, Tito proooedi of tlio  milo of these ttumjw go to tho mu.  iurinm fund. Hy the jinr-chnte of  th������*o ������t������mp* jwa help uu ,l,<* good  work.  The Cumberland Orchestra will  give the last of their scried of dances for thi* year, on Wednesda)  Dec. 28rd. Everybody welcome.  Ad mission ������1.  fRight Price furniture Store\  "We are now showing particular t������lue������ in Wall Paper, 1909 pattern.  Linoleum b, Lnro CurUini, Rur^, Blankets ������nd Comforter.. A  full liue of Sideboards, Buff.ite, Chin* Cabinet., Dressers and  Stands, Music Cabinet., nnd many other article* <>t exceptional  rnlu as us Xmas presents.  During the month of December every dollar loft in onr shop, ei  ther nn account or for eush, will entitle yoa to one ohano. for the  JBigXt������w_ngw.jhowing in oar window,to be drawn for Xmut Kve.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  The butcher shop* are well  stocked with all sort* of choice  meat* for the holiady trade.  yon SALK���������All my household furniture. Everything aa goon  a* new. Apply to Fned Bates.  John Thompson, provincial constable loft for Victoria by 'j'liur*-  iltiy's boat.  Mifs Nellie Matthews, daughter  of Mr John Matthew*, arrived  home from Victoria hy Friday'*  boat.  Mr. J. King wan a pussenger to  Victoria by Saturday'* uoat.  A. MeKINNON,  X H. COLLINS  Manager.  Mr*. Johu Uillupio wa* n pai***  anger to Naiuiinio by Saturday'*  boat.  Mr. MeH. Smith, iVoviue'ml Gov  ci'iiiucnt lUseHaor, wa������ in town lant  week,  V, Bated   returned   homo   hy  Weduodlmy** boat iioui  Victoria.  T.   Bickle   and   hia daughter  f.ouiie were pmwengent by Friday'*  Superintendent F. D. fJttte ������r.  rived by WednetKlty'* kmt and re*  | turned Sutwrdaj.  Wngnmii, N.Z., ihe, 15.���������The  Hculllng championdhip of the world  between William Webb and Rich-  ard Ariidt, the challenger, rowed  today over !ty miles on the Wan-  ganul river was won hy Arnet hy  eight length* iu l\) minutes and  "oli decouiJ*. utter leading tiirougli-1  out the con roe,  Now Come and Seel  What J Have Got 1  That is good, durable and fancy iu thc line of Xmas'aud  New Year's'Presents.   All my lines   are uow complete in  j|  everything.   I now take this opportunity of thanking one  aud ull of my customers in the past, and hope to serve them  better than ever in the future.  | MoLEAN    f  | ENOKAVINO OK AU FUHCHASES DON 10 FltKK, S  W������)������m*t*imm^^ ������KS>!^e>Ss^$>(i^���������������������XS(SXSx3^���������XS)������^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������MM* ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������      *r999^e>a>  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.  Mr. nnb Mr*. 8. Mngnonf loft  hy Saturday's l������ont for New Westminster,  Geo, W, Clinton was a passenger  to Victoria by Thursday's boat  and returned by 8, S. Cowlclmn,  Sunday, accomjwniod by ins son  and daughter Master Wilt and  Miss Jluth,  A fow day*ago Mr. Frank Craw,  fowl received nvery painful injury'  cuuscd hy the* kfck of a tutih, hrmk  ing his nose very badly, causing  him to have to go to the hospital  for treatment. He is doing as well  (as oan In* expected, nnd Itopes to  be out in a few days.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  ANO PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Hrcwing Company'* BUKK and  PORTKK.     Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ���������9  -o  Thero will Ihj a special Christmas iiorig.service in the Methodist  church nextHundny evening, several cclectioiirt of Christmas imihir  will l)o rendered by tho choir.  Don't forget the Christmas cantata in the Methodist church on  Christmas night.  COUKTKNAY  NOTES.  COMOX NOTES.  P. L, Andorteu. was ��������� passenger  on the outgoing steamer City of  Xunaimo. Ue is altotit to start in  hiuiness in Victoria,  Mr. T. Rickeusell is able to be  about again. Ib miracinonily es-  having a bjoken leg while work-  ou his farm thc other day.  The jioople of Conrtenny regret  to *** the (M*.R, .stir*i'Y������'ru !i>-ivt������  tho valley. Tlie staff during  thoir stay in the valley made  many friend*, many of whioh it  would try the strength of ihe  heart strings to separate; also tlie  biulnm men will miss their trade  which amounted to a good deal.  Don't forgot tht enterterfain-  Xiums situ, conducted by tbe Sun������  day School,  Members, don't forget the do-  bate gf^en on View Year's night  hy the C. Tr k M.I.8. It is r*.  solved that wool ii more nsofitl  to mankind ilun iron ov steel.

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