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The Nkws, Seventeenth Year,
THE CUMBERLAND
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A Journal D*��vot��cJ B��p��clally�� to th�� Int��re��tiB of Como;
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CUMBERLAND B. CM   TUESDAY,   DEC.   15,   1908       -    ."'"f
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Subscription $2.00 a Year.
CHRISTMAS
Will won be ban with dl
its pleasure and ewriteraento
tor old and young and
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CASH STOSE.
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rTir^P&       tHS   'B rei^y aKain *�� s,1pp't y��nr
*r^F*^l=9ym*WSt        'HI    holiday wants with a LARGE
and more UP-TO-DATE uaort-
1 tn��nt of TOYS,  XMAS    and
._���*,, NEW   y��AB'S GIFT G00D8
���^r**t, js.���.^- '  tben ever Mure,
All Marked at Popular Prices.
To make trading in our store during the h*liday Mason more inter-
M3tit-.fr, w�� will present to everyone spending one dollar with as SASH or
CREDIT from December 1st to Ohrtetnuu Eve a ticket which will entitle
you t" a cbauoe tit
���^OUBTSPLEOTHirPBIZESF^
One of which to be drawn for each Saturday tvening nnd tbe last on
Xm 18 Eru. All Tiukots having a chaooe in all drawings witn tbo uxoep
tion of the ones wiuniug prizes, arranged accordingly.
Saturday, Deo. 5th, at 9 o'clock���One Savage 22 calibre riiic,  take down
S       walnut stock ,.. valued at $6.50
Saturday, Doc. 12th, at 9 o'clock���Gent's fine silk umbrella with massive
gold Uaiidla, .valued at *8-00
S��turd��y, Dec. 19th, at 9 0'0'ook���Lulus' all over laoe waist, lined with
heHvy Taffeta Si k.... valued at*10.50
Xmas Eve, Deo. JMth, at 10:30 p, m,���Perfeotjjr drcwed, lit* like bride
doll........... valued at'#11.50
BUY EARLY baforo seieotions ar�� broken and see you g��t your tickets at time of purchase, as they will not be issued after.
SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.
John T. Lidutone, Mgt. Cumberland Broach.
We intend xnlikiug a
Glean  Soaeep
of all Toys this year
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AT ANY PRICE���for every 50c. cash paid for anything and everything you* buy from us 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
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Santa Claus
WILL  SOON   BE   HERE
The Festive Season is Fast Approaching.
A nboiceaiRortmnnt of Toys, Fancy Goods, Novelties suit*
able for Xmaa and New Year's Gifts, will be on show on our
tablets and oountor* in tbe course of (be nwxt few day*,
Before making your selections we invite you to call and
inspect our ptook.
Given Away, 11 Valuable Prizes.
Ono priie to be drawn  for every evening, ooniiooucing
Saturday Doc, 12th to the 24th inclusive,   The urine that li
to bf given away eaoh night wiil be on view in one of our window* the same day.   The first tiokot drawn from the box each
day win* the price.   Aa only one ticket U drawn nnah ��ven"
ing, should yours not he tbo lucky oue, it remains iu tho box
for the next drawing, henee your chances are good right up to
to 'ho flmil drawing on Xmas Eve, when tho most valuable
priie will he haudoJ to tbe luoky winner.   Conditions to gov ���
era the drawing���1st, one ticket given with every dollar pur.
ohaseforcaih or credit,   2nd���No ona oan take more than
no pri ta.
J. McPHEE 8c SONS.
Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, B, C.
T.E.BATE,
Cumberland
Ijboal News.
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Dr. Kerr, the Dentist, will be
at the Courtenay House, Saturday, December 19th to the 23rd,
��� : LOSTou Sunday evening on
Courtenay road, Indies mink fur,
Return to this office.
Miss Lizzie Bickson, Bister of
Mr. Thos, Riclcson, of this city,
arrived by Friday's boat und returned by the S, S. Cowichan, on
Sunday,
Xmas Clothing Sale now on at
the Big Store. Up to date ready-
to wear Clothing for lesv than Cost,
Don't miss this money-saving
opportunity.���Simon Leiser A Co,
Limited.
We are informed that Benevolence Lodge, No. 14; K, of P,
are holding a Bali and Supper on
New Year's night in the Cumberland Hall, which promises to
be a grand success.
The Ladies of tno Maccabees,
of Comox are also holding a Social
Ball in the Agricultural Hull,
Courtenay, which no doubt will
be well patronized, It will he the
first dance given by the Comox
Hive.
WE WANT MONEY
YOU NEED THE GOODS
So from the ist of October for every dollar you spend
in our store we will give you a ticket entitling you to a
chance in the drawing for a Gent's Waterproof Coat valued at 820 and a set of Ladies' Furs valued at S25. The
drawing for the set of Ladies' Furs to take place on October pay-day. The drawing for the Gent's Coat to take
place on November pay-day
J.N. flcLEOD,
Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C.
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P. Phillipps Harrison
BARRISTER AND SOLICITER
NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING
Dunsmuir Avenue        CUMBERAND, B. C.
Mr. J. King was a passenger by
Friday's hoat.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Piercy atid
Miss 11, Piercy were passengers to
Denman Island by Saturday's
boat.
Mr, A, Grant came over the
road last week with his auto, and
made a good run.
Winner of prize on  Saturday
Ladies Umbrella value $5.00
Mrs, Luck.
(Jnion Bay.
W.Bailey left by, Thursday's
boat for Vancouver.
Court Domino, I. 0, F, met in
K. of P. Hall on Monday evening
and elected their officers for tho
coming yoar. Tito instalation will
take place next meeting.
mem ��� ���   ���   -   t*^ ��wir>wMi
The winning number at the Big
Store, last Saturday 0 von ing, the
12th inst,, was 018, and won by
Miss Lluio potter. Gat your tick,
eta, ns next Saturday the BIouuo
will be givon away.
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Mr. J. H. Theobald has recent,
ly boon giving the K. of P. Hall a
coat of kalsomlne. The Hall now
presents a very attractive appearance,
At the Football concert to be
given by the Cumberland and
District Football Association in
the Cumberland Hall on Dec 21st,
Dr, Gillosple will net as chairman
and Mrs, Gillespie will present
tho modals.
Mra. Mark Morgan was a pas-
nongor to Nniinimo by Saturday's
boat.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Bates loft hy
Thursday's boat for Nauaimo.
L. Biggs was a passenger by
Thursday's boat for Nanaimo.
Winner of Drawing on Monday
Gents Umbrella,
Mr*. .Too Horbury,
J, McPhee ik Sons.
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J". Brown and E, 0. Emde were
passengers by Thursday's boat,
INDIA MOGUL HAS CABPE'i1
OF JEWELS
Of all thepriuces of India, lKn.
doo and Mabomwadani says tbe
Parsi, not one has gems tbat cm
compare with thoso of tbo Gael-.
war of Baroda. Perhaps the juosi
remarkable of the Gaekwar'b jnw-i
treasures is a  carpet,   said tu i.\��"
about four yards square, compos .1
of ropea af rubies, diamonds uud
pearls, woven into a pattern of V*.
quisite and dazzling beauty. 'Ji,o
gems in this carpet are of an o��u-
uated value of ��500,000 and it ..
the product of three years' work oi
skilled artists and jewel setter*
This carpat was intended as a cover
of Mahoimned's coffin at Mccc��,
but for souse reasou could  uot U
sent there. Since it has been kvpc
by the Gaekwar as a most viuu ���
ed possession and was exhibited
by him in the art exhibition ui
Delhi in 1903. Still more coiuiy
was one of  tho  Guokwar's  -n,.*
niond necklaces which is said to i<o
worth wall over ��2,000,000, ani
which, one can easily imagine, i��
the most magnificent in the worlU,
���Japan Advertiser.
950 REWARD
Mr. and Mrs, W. Kilpatrtck
were passengers to Nauaimo hy
Saturday's boat.
Mr.  .1.   Bryden returned   by
Friday's boat from Victoria.
LOST from the Hospital a
lady's umbrella. Finder will please
return to hosyital.
The above reward will Imi jmid
for the recovery of the body of my
sou, Willie Harwood, dead or aliMt,
Dr. Kerr, the dontlst will l��e at
tlio Courtenay House Saturday
Dec lUtli,, to tlio 28rd.
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Mr, Trunk DaUitaha* ^utcliato*]
the Waverly Hotel property.
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We are informed that hU, J,
Fish Market
Have started business with a
good supply of Fresh Fish.
Smoked Fish it Specialty.
MESSENGER & PARKER PROPS
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Comox, from Mr, Geo, Macdonald,
��WIM��W��4rHMHMn
Misa Bell Murdock, left by Sun.
day's hoat on a visit to friends in
Vaneonver.
Is there no interest to bc taken
munioipal affairs (
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Early last Saturday morning,
the Cotnox Co-operative atom in
this city wu entered, and between
$40 and |60 etolen. Entrance
waa supposed to bave 1mm made
ty Um treat doer,
CHRISTMAS
aim win ��� �� ��� 11 m. 1 hi
DRAWING
We have droided 10 give away
the following two Excellent Pri*
ses to be drawn for on Xmas Kve:
FIRRT PRIZB-
LADY'S FUtt VALUE 125.00
SECOND PRIZK-
OKNT'8 ��Uir VALUB   115.00
Sv��ry dollar ���cmh spent
tt tm atom during December en*
titles yoa to t tioket.
NEW Dress Goods
We have just received a fine showing of Stylish   New
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A Urgn consignment of goods suitable for Christum*
I'rer-ont* will arrive here about the 10th in��t., from
Scotland. Hen tbono More )on decide nn your Xmaf
liilu.
We are also showing a splendid range  oi  Satnp'�� ,
Furs which have just arrived.   Tney art up-to-date it
style nnd quality.
CAMPBELL BROS.
DUNSMUIR AVENUE
CUMBERLAND, & C.
m THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA  Tlie Cflfltelani Hews  issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This paper will'not hold itriolf  jvpponsiblu for tho opinions of oth-  vsiv, us may appear ia ite columns  fro 1 a time to time.  TUESDA.Y,   Dec.    15,    1008  ly wg, tatye, U ia na ideal combination  of power aud p.irity. 50c. a liox of all  druggists nud stores, or post freo trom  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for prico. Reject cheap, harmaul and dauflersus sub-  s i lutes.  1       ni.  NOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN,  tha apj'licition will be made to  the Legislative Assembly of the  Province of British Columbia at  its next session for an Act to incorporate a company with power  to construct, equip, maintain and  operate a liue or lines' of railway  of standard or otber guage,  with auy kind of motive power  ior the conveyance of passengers  aud ir .tight commencing at or  near Hardy Bay and proceeding  in a wester ly direction to Qtiat-  ���������aino Sound to a point  a p p r o x i 111 a t e 1 y opposite  Coal Harbor, and with power  to construct, operate and maintain all necessary bridges, roads,  ways, aud ferries, aud to build,  acquire, own and maintain  wharves and docks in connection  therewith, and to build, acquire,  own, equip and maim ain steam  and other vessels and boats, aud  to operate the same 011 auy navigable waters; and with power to  build, equip, operate and main-  "���������TI1ir���������tStegraph���������aud���������telephone.  Hues iu connection with the said  railway and branches, and to  transmit messages for, commercial purposes, and to charge tolls  therefor, and to generate and sell  electricity for the supply of light,  heat and power; and with power  to oxpropiate lands for the purposes of the Company; and to acquire lauds, money, bonuses,  privileges or other aids from any  Government, municipal corporation or other persons or bodies,  and lo levy and collect tolls from  ail persons using and on all  freight passing over any of such  roads, railways, forries, wharves  and vessels built by the Company; aud with power to connect  with aud make traffic or other ar  rangejuents with railway, steamboat,, or othc}',companies*, and to  exctci.se such powers as are granted by parts 4 and 5 ofthe "Water Clauses Consolidation Act"  and for all other necessary or incidental lights, powers and privileges in that behalf,  HKNKY Al'PI.HTON  Colonal Royal Ku-i*,iucers(retii-cd)  baled at Victoria,   [',. C,  Sth  day of December, 1908.  Tiuyeileis Talaabto M  Tr-vi liiiij,* mi "1,. I, (.1, H-, Sr. Uury  T. v.-. ,-, ,-ii, i'hmI Mr.et. St. , olm N\ IL,  f'n-iiil uli.tvi.f Vim Uiil;,   Im i**"Ul. i-lci-i  ll   I*'' I',      'li*    WflH    HIlll'TillK     fl'i'lll    li.iilly  iiliii pi'il li ,mU in tin' umn so ii|i|i!ii������il thp  li.Iiii. Iln Hii*,'H;.--,7.mii-r������i.ik niiH'i't thn  I'i' nn.l Hin.'ini ik, h-jijti I tlu' (triukn, a d  mini.* mv Minds <|iiit<> muxith KimliiiR tt  ������'*' ������<n������l I ui'iii. (i Hii|t|i!j I in d,i', md liuvo  r< in-., |ir..vtii| ii it wi.jiilu.'ul buiiW. It  i-,i a i-ti'., doi'i'n, or Iiiiuiu i>j:i������lly \vtll,  mid I H--nl'l um li-,1* now tii b������ without  It 'U.yi;.   "  Sil'.'i'liW'i't't it, ,U)|y 1,|'H |,f tI]OIH,l������)fln  W/l'.������r.. 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It'll!.;*   .,*,     i���������iv    I ,1 u.  **'*1! liy odl   ins*, nn i������ '*ri'-l"i;,v"r Uyn row  mtliit t.i* .'. li.��������� 'm  .     Jlrri.     i���������,-;���������   <:,-  vt mu 1 ������i ii ���������;���������:��������� iii.nl li) n'nu,   At���������l   ||.<-  i-ii m ���������H'lY-i'ltd I  '/. m \.,\-. i*ii(in  rntit   tut   J/ik*     it  ',-���������}' .   1 "Ay r,-,i,*f  nn.l r>itd*i hi* Im..*,,  tut;, l.'O'liiti pni'.n.     *!*>!������ il������* m*a, ������*<���������;������'  m' mm,-'-''-hi uli-i>;>i, lm,-tnr'>i itmb, tunli-  1   dat-1������ "luA i������,im-.-.i'ait, ml*, rtnt-oi '* f  ���������i������ tta powtrluj luring virtut*.    i'ure ,  1  "ITWI  JHEl  Ask year Grocer tor it.  Union  Hotel  li*������-*JttLt   a      33A,V319.      P������OP������ibx.  - ���������-���������'���������   ,.i 1. , .    ,_,     .     ��������� ���������,-��������������������������� 1    1 i^���������i ������������������     1     11,  ��������� mi -y���������m***������mm���������. -m  ���������^-������������������������������������������������������i���������    -ii mi    ....  mm 111      ������������������  English 4 x BOIITON always on t������p alto, tb* famous MILWAUKEE  BEEU3���������Anhenaer, Bohemian, Schllti, Ho. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY.        Beat Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The tfrarding and Lodging Department, uqdet tho immediate super-ntondenoe of Mra  Davis, will be tour.d Piratolius ia every rcspeot,  BATEB,  91.00 pir Any upward*,  HANK'S REPLY.  What the Initials That Expressed His  Regrets Meant.  "I never Bee the letters B.8.V.P.,"  eaid the man who looked up from  the invitation to a wedding supper  which he had just opened, "that I  don't think of Hank Skinner, who  used to be the village postmaster  back in tiie little burg I was raised  in. Hank was a long, lean, lank individual with sad eyes and a moustache that drooped in melancholy.  Hank was regarded as a very serious  person, but after a certain incident  in Hank's career in which tlie letters  R.S.V.P. figured there were those  who wondered whether our melancholy postmaster did not have a vein  of humor somewhere in his makeup.  "It was a little village built around  one of the state's colleges. Everybody in it knew everybody else, and  when it happened that one of the  professors gave a function the entire  population was invited. Well, one  of the professors gave an affair once  upon a time and duly sent to Hank  an invitation on which tho usual  letters, R.S.V.P., appeared, A day  or two later the professor received  through the mail a card on which was  written in a scrawly hand:  HANK SKIKNEE..  H.H.N.O.  "The professor wns nonplused. He  was unnble to determine whether by  thesie mystic letters Hank meant to  accept or decline, so the n������?T.t time  Jie called for his mail lie approached  HanlCexlTib-ited-the-cai-d-and-ataUA  he couldn't understand what the lctr  ters H.H.N.C. stood for and would  Mr. Skinner please pardon his stupidity and explain.  "Hank for reply spat out his chew  of tobacco and withdrew from hia  pocket tho professor's invitation.  "'Waal, now, p'fesser,' said Honk,  'before I answer yolir question, beg-  Kiu' your pardon, will you kindly tell  ma whut them air letters R.S.V.P.  stands for?'  "Tho professor smiled kindly.  "'Why, R.S.V.P. moans "Respon-  doz s'il 'vous plait," which is French  for "Answer if your please." We put  that on our invitations-so that we  might know whom to expect, you  understand.'  "'Aw shucks,' said Hank shamefacedly. '1 uxed a galoot whut them  letters R.S.V.P. Btood for, and tho  son of a gun told mo that they wns  put thoro because the Kpaeo ou the  pnpor hml run out and thnt they  meant. "Bight Smart Victuals Pro*  piired." Now, I'm Borry, p'tosser,  thnt I enn't conio t/> your party; so  I axod this samo fool what must I  do, Ho told ma to. mail you mv  oyard, which would moan "regrets.'  Wflol, after I hod writ my name down  I didn't have mn������h upaoe left on tho  cvard, ho I Jejtt put underneath, "H,  H.N.C," Tt moaiw "Hnnk'hiw no  clothes!"'"       The Prodtsal's Return.  Tho prodigal son approached the  ancestral luuriGst-uid with a conaidor-  able dotgri'O oi ploiirturuble anticipation, only to bo mot afar ofl by his  elder brother, who straightway lilted  up Ins voieo, saying;  "Our beloved father begH mo to inform you that, owing to tho fact tbnt  hu ban but recently been invaded by  a pnvllgid dauphter and bor titled  nnd miituvoriNlicil hu.sbund, he doe*  not at thu timo frol equal to tho task  of providing for you tlio reception  you flouhtli'HH (iX)Kiet and pmbuhly  dcfiisrvo. However, he bidn me roque-.it  ymi lo rupnir In one cf (ho pliii'i hut  wii-vlconhla rc.itniinuil.; in the viHnjrrj  mid Ui<-jrn cnjourn until he nu |*i-t  the i>rwu'i.l irinnb'm-���������������, or iiiciihi, nn  Uio I'-iwo may be, off bin handH, whon,  it there Ih iiiiythint.* U'ft of the fattrtl  cnlf and oilier C'liueslihlop, ho will  \t> dalik'liUx] to Hliiire the t'.amojwith  you." "  POLLECIATE   SCB00|_  FOR BOYS  The laurels       BelcherlStreet  Victoria, 6 C.  Patron and Visitor,  TH*: LORD  BISHOP OF COLUMBIA  Head Master  J.W. LAING, ESQ.,  M. A.,   OXFORD  Assisted by three Graduates of the Keoog-  [ nized Universities of Great Dritaiu and Cuu-  ada.  Steel        Range  BROILING MEAT & TOASTING BREAD.  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  evenly toasted bread without taxing the  patience of the housewife. This way is represented by "Sask-alta" Range. The reason:  "Sask-alta" Range has an Automatic Lift Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Door; and this team works  for the operator instead of making  her work.  Moderate terms for boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spaci-  toos school building*, extensive reoreatiu  grounds, eynn a tium. Cadet corps orjjsu  zed.  APPLY TO HJJAD MASTER.  "STAR' *  Laughing Plant of Arable.  The soodn of tho laughing plant ot  Arnhln prwiuc the muio i'ffi>i*t upon  perworm iih laughing *.'������������.   Tho plant  aUniii.i a liuight of from two to four  U'id, xtdth woody Kt������in>i, widi<Mi>ranr1>  in^ branches and bright green foli-  nge.    IU fruitr, nn- priHluoivl in dun-  Utm arid ari< of a yellow color.   Tho  mmm) |aidt������ iir������ I't.ft ami wikilly in ti������x-  tjiri' and oon-udn two or three black  w-ol.t 01 Umi in* ,-i ,1 1.1....,;..... I......  T. ������������������'���������' 'If" r '������������������ n Vttlti Hhd npfnm,  und tlvnr tjixtii ih hwoci. Tho iidor  from tixem protfuron a Kiekomng ������������n-  waiiijj and i.������i .-li,"h:!y ������f/������*r<iv������. Th#  ij'ed**, when pulvi-rired and tnken in  iunall quiuditini',. havo a itooulinr of-  ' ������ ���������,,*...t, irr.ri tin VifHno *!o laufjrh  loudly, boiHteruu.-dy, Tliwi he Binss,  darrrtM nnd cuts nil m&nmor of fantastic rnp^r*. Such extravagance of  gait and murtnpm wn������ never produced  by any other kind of dottiu-**.  What He Felt Like.  Tt wan tl.i. fir.it time he. hnH! tmntt  in nn Kpi������������eopal rlmir, nnd he Mi  i,ir������.rt<*i<)y nut id plnco in ibe mm\*  11i1.nl... i'u- vii-re, Th'* "ther <*bnniit*'ra  ltK,ktd cornfi������rt4il������lfl ermiifth, bnt tho  ui-, ���������*,h' u.w mrti he would trip on  th*������ 'liirt*i of Ok. c������i-������oick whon ha  u<*nl up tt*** churtcti -o������'p.', and he  t/TMW tiiat if in did nut mop fxurapir-  irte tii* clma liitftTi w.tu \������c^tl(l be  rtmliti ihua^L ft., .ip* nttifc' pniywr  tiwf )n***n titiomd by tho r^el**/ nml  lhe Kiiiifurn w������r������> in lino wnittnj for  Urti iuVmtueUtin Ui llie tinv-AjwIonal  Ut lm pUt_t*l wtrt-n -nm* .4 the  whtenrW in ihe new mmn't *w.  "yoo're n Wait*-, ntmt'i fop>**  "I  ttll'frmm *���������," t,������  |������ |.U������fd,  "brflt I  fwl like a two tf**."  Another  Wi*y  The "Sask-alta" Way  Another way produces  liiSiweifly=broiled-meat and-  unevenly toasted bread  and taxes the patience of  the housewife. This way  is represented by most  Ranges. The reason:  Some Ranges have "only"  a Broiler Door, others have  a contrivance like that  illustrated in top small  drawing; both of which enjoy the distinction  of tiring the arm that holds the broiler and  tiring the eye that directs the arm.  Another Way  laxmenjerant*, Montreal, W1m������)pe|,V������mouv������*, tUohn, Mtmlttoo, Canary  Le He Tarbell, Local exigent  IE  persistent Advertising  roduces  rofit in every kind of business,  The columns of the News are always open for more Advertisements.    Try a good big ad.  ln Jcb Printing we print anything from a  BIG   POSTER  to a  VuMTlHO   CiUO.  The News.  1 s c  I  Maxwell & Hornal  Proprietors.  ���������TEAMSTERS and DRAYMEN  SINGLE and, DOUBLE RIGS  For    HIRE.        ALL   ORDERS T  ���������PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  ToS  ��������� ?  3rd ��������� St. GmultBFlBi d J  ������...  .1.  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN   UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  aud  General Hardware  The Rev. IH R. Hlckft  luonac.  Al*  For 10011, ready Nov. 15. 1908,  best ovw si'Jit ont, benntifnl covers  in colors, lino portrait of Prof.  Hicks in colors, nil tlio old font���������  iirus nne' Rovtmil new oneB in thu  hook. Tlio best astronomical  '���������Hicks Woutlior ForociiKtH.-" By  mull 85c, on  no.w������ ������tnncU liOc,  Ono copy froo with Word nml  Works, tlio bent $1, Monthly in  America. Dificonnto on alimuiacs  in c]iiniititien. AguntB "wniited,  NVord nml Works PublUliiiig  Co., 2201 LociiBt Street, St. Louis  Mo. Every citizen owes it to him-  Belf, to Ills fellowB nnd to j'lof.  Hicks to poisons tlie "Hicks*' foro  ciiHtu,���������tlio only reliable  Kspjmalt * Manaimo Ry  s. "City of Nanaimo.'  VTCToiax.fi.���������co-Moas     saowne  Sail from Victoria Tuesday; 7 a. n for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofton Kuper  and Thetis Islands when^ fre.^ht or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nana'.mo Wednsday, 7 a. in.,  for Union Bay Comox and way ports  Leaves Coinox   Thursday   7 a, m., foi  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a.  m��������� for  Union Bay Comox and  way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way pons. -, '  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m^ for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NAUAIMO - LADY  SMITH   ROUTE.  8.S.     "JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  for  Nanmo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouvei  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  VANCOTIVEItr-NANAIMO - COMt X  UNION.  ������'S. 8. GueenOity" (C.P.R.)  Letx* Vaucouver, Sua day, 7 pm Ar  rives atNanmnio, Sunday, Jj p. a,,  LeeveB Nanaimo Monday, 3 a. ni. Arrives at Union, Monday, 11 a. tu. Arrive  nt C(*nif>x, Mendsy, 1 p, ni.  Leave tomox, Mouday, 7 p. m. Arrive  jjyj*jion,_Muuday; 8p,u,  Lmve Uuion, Tuesday, 5&.m.    ATnve"  'at-Nauaimo, Tuetday, at 11.30 a. u>.  Lieaves Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 1 p, m.  Arrive at Vaucouver, Tuocday, atfip.o).  C������Uiog at W������v Ports when freight ������ud  passengers oiler.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 1807,  NORTH BOUND���������Read   Down  Pas&ei,goi  1 rein 6  Daily      Sunday  [.Stations, ,. No. I Wed.'  Sat.  No. 3  ���������/ioioria,  Huufci-Jy,  Hhit-Auignn,  <i  Uobblu Hill,  Con'whttu,  Kokbilali,  Uuticun's,  Mnlliuluit,  VVi-k'.holniis,  Ohenmiijuf,  J,uil>n)iiii)i,  .Suiitlt Wttltingtoa,  Kunaiiiio,  Welliuttou,  De. 11,00     Do. 15 00  9,04 ,5 04  10.17 10.10  10.22 10.ia  10.40 10.H0  10.48 J0.41  10.68 10,47  11,00 10.58  11.07 17.10  11.18 n,m-i  ii*������2 17 as  11,57 17,05  1*2,18 18.IU  i2.au 18.ao  Ar 12.03   Arl8 46  BOUTH BOUND���������HeadUp.  Viotorm,  Huksn-ls,  bln-.M'bksn,  ti  Cobble Hill,  (iowivlian,  KolvMlKh,  (hiiiciui'i,  MoiiM-nos,  W������������iholtna,  L'liiDininiiH,  L'i(i)t>n.Hh,  it  8������<uth WrJllngten,  N unit i mo,  W������l. Iiik ton,  FARM FOR SALK. 6{tn������tod  nt Parksvillo, twonty mllus  front  Nnnainio, on tlio roiwl to Cumber*  bwul, five ncrc������elt������reU, fruit bent*.  ing orchard,  two aorws,  logs till  burned off, two ������cron sIiikIioiI, good  cottnm������, lntbod and  j>limtertMl und  newly pftfnfod; r������.Jtfc?������in Ikmiro mid  l(<nriilH( homo barn, and other out  I hnlbllitf������������. Will mdl clienfi for cuhIi  I Tho farm connUffl of ton avrot  in  nil, frontfn������������ on wilt water. Apply  to NtUnii Pnvks. Parluvillo I'ost  tXtXl,,.,   tl   ('  No. 2  Ar. 12.00  12.02  10 81  :o.t8  10,40  10.10  10 lili  10 02  0 47  ������.M7  PiiB  IMK)  Ar. 8..10  S.-.8  H.lh  Da, 8,00  Uo,  No, 4  is.fir  18,51  17,85  17.80  17.22  17.08  li.OS  10.ft)  104.H  I* AM  10,22  Do. 15 68  Ar. 1M8  15,1.7  1515  Do, 15.00  Thouiand Mile and Comminution Tir.  keu on tale, jjood ovei rail and nenii.et  lines, nt two and oi)e*lialf cunts per mile.  Special trains and tieamcri for Excur  lions, and reduced rites for p������rije# m;iy  be iirriinKed foi on application io the  Dist, Pass, A^ent at Victoria.  The Compan*' reNcrvei the riiihl lo  dinnye withi'iit previous notice, stciimon  xn'ilmn i'1*1*-''' <*m\ hours ol sailin1,',  Kxcimnun Tickuin on .Snli* from nnd to  til Statidiis, uood lor goittu journey Sat-  ..; !.v��������� ������������������.---.'. -nn^y r,'ininitirr nut Inter  him Monday,  J, W. TH0U1', Oen. Snj������. n.CCoMt ftet.  <������. L. COURTNKY. Dist Frt. A Un. Ag.  NOTICE  Any person or pernoiu, cutting,  removing or taking any block*,  timber or wood, of any dewriptlodn  Wlonglnfl to tbo Wellnipton Colliery Oo'y., or from tr off tlio Inn*'  of tlio *nid Company, will I* pro*,  oeutwi to tbo'full extent of tl������f law.  V.  D. Littlo.  Superintendent ,  Wellington Colliery Uo,y.  60 VKARO'  axpiiHifchcfc  Tmbe M*ms  Otaio-Mu  CemrmoHTtAe.  Atirane **rt-*tn-j a Hunt*, nnt* n*-ttt\tit\ar mav  nteklf M4*riuln oar r '  ���������  Is I'rii'im.lr j  llr&i-ii'lwf/i  <(|<l*it rmitir   ***** lliff^fi   .  ���������tfretml nmtiti, mtttm**. *.*tt*.  if M4*riuln ntfl ot'iniKii |t������i tinit.r tu  ition Is i>r������6sl'lr i>|t-ft'..'M>'i!i  - -      ~ "i*~- -  l-MBfits ***** tlift^ftt Muisi  IJlV  liit.n'tioii (s l*rii'ii  *t������ni������iri������<jr*i**iS'.-   ������������������nt tr**. (i\T*t\ e**ttei 1,  'Kiinnitilpn.  on t>wi*tn*  i<t*ittl*,.  m'"K.itmyai*itit,  im A u������, teetU  Sckttilllc flmcricati,  Mli������ii������n nf ������h������ nttaiiuni ^mrttid,  Tt������*i, |1 THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA:  n  WATSON'S  j������E_ER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  Goto  King of Scotch Whiskies  TheHUDSONS BAY OO  Sole Aeenis for B C  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Batter and all kinds of Vegetables  and also 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell cheap.  -Cklu-Yeuk,.;  Sandwick.  Vehicles. Implements,  Incubators, Etc., Etc.  .PORT  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  II you bnt to re������d o! the experiences ���������������!  (iniilers. shopters snd campers or ysehtlnn  or 11 you are Interested lo country life, sis  your nevsdesler lor Forsst sn*i Stresm,  or write for free specimen copy, or send  twenty-five cents for four weeks* trill trip.  Forest snd Stream Is s Urge lllustrsted  weekly lournsl, wblcb contains tbo following  department-it  gems Bsrfsftd Gun.      Nslursl History,  Set mi River FUKlnd, Vsalitlns,  ThoSpiirtumsnTourril, C&notln-J,  Rifle snd Trap. Ksnnsl.  We send free our catalogue of tbe bast boobs  ou outdoor life sad recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, New York City.  S^_*4m*r\^______________a.tm  [Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ������l������M-i-l������H-H-H  ���������.....-...������..._'........ *_*_  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  ������*��������� I ��������� 1 *m_,aw_^*m**w-m_**wiw pm pi m* i ���������������, *  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  H. S. ROLSTON,   Managing Direotor.  Vanoouver, B������ C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  i^^HH^HwlwMwHMW^*l*-H,'HMH'  j Cumberland Livery  : and Feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  |      F������t Babies Out of Fashion,  i   Tlio tat baby in tit a discount.   H������  ,1a no longor tho admiration ol his  fond mothor and tho anvy of othor  babies' mothers.  At tho Edmonton Baby Show tho  tmnlienl oflleor of honltn. Dr. Law-  ronoo, rofiiHod to havo tho babies  ���������welphcul. Tho fat. piuity baby hnd not  a en unco.  Tho Edmonton ohurch schools woro  ;the scono of tho conflict, A row of  carriages wa8 drawn up atitsido tlio  door, but thoy woro baby carriimes���������  rwrambnlalors, mnlloBrts and oven n  wnall whoolbnrrow, Inside tho holl  a mtfjbty ronr crootod tlw onsunl  visitor. It ww not tho babion cry-  inR���������they wore in tho best ot spirit*--  but tbo mothers gonially (lisctwlriu  Uio morite of thoir rospoctivo treasures.  Ono mothor, tho proudest woman  in tho room, int in (ditto on a largo  ��������� chair, with boaatifnl triplet jj-irU on  I hor knoo.  So vend lots ol twins worn to be  anon, and a pretty littlo couple dressed In pink would cortalnly navo won  tho pmo lor tho bent complexions il  ionu Itnd boon allured,  Knelt b'lby wnn labeled with its  mothorr'H nanw and address, tho data  r,* \\c VHV   iw'l ibe tt-etd It, bed been  'brought np on. .  t������r, ituvurttiio*, who oi-fcVMj'wJ *i*>  rfiow, considers thewi exhibitions to  bo ono ol tho moat radical remedies  tor high infiintilo mortality,  Tho babies   to    Imi    prlzo-wiunors  must    have    "woll-dovolopcd     and  , , ��������� 11     *, . ....A *.  tMmir,**-*   *>���������'������"<������������������   -   ��������� -������.-������������������  Itaiiwnl oppt*������nuicn ol health. Jvx-  cWivcly fat and Hnbhy bnMi* mvn  not a elwnco in computing.  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   wood  and Coal  *  m e  ::  NOTIOB.   ,  Riding on locomotives and  tail  wny curs of tho  Union  Oolliery  Company by any person  or persons���������-except lain crew���������id strictly  prohibited.   Employees r,w sub-  iec to cismissitl for allowing earn-  By order  Fhanois D. Lwti.k  Managei.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  T). Hunden  H  O  I  c  E  S  T  -AND-  Fruits  D. HUNDENT'S  Synopsis  of Canadian  Homestead  Regulations  The Oxford Chancellor  range is the best value in an  all-steel range offered to the  people of British Columbia  to day.  It is handsome in appearance, solid in construction,  designed by competent, experienced stove-builders, and  6et up by skilled workmen.  Before you purchase a  range, examine some of the  outstanding features of the  Oxford Chancellor.  It will appeal to your jucIt  gement-give you satisfaction  when vou buy^and prove   to  the-hilt-evety��������� c!aitn~_onr~  agents make for it.  Dunsmuir Avenue  * CUMBERLAND,   B. 0  t *  ti.     ������������������l���������t..l|||l||,.l,.l.,l..'"l������'--'"*..*'-'"*-"".***J"      A  Wooi'c Phonftodiiu,  The Great Rnollsk ilemrilu.  Times nnd In vigorous the * liolo  jiorrmi* tstteo, nn\*m new  lllcrwl In old Vomit tto res N-nr.  Ikbilitu, MtaUditnd Ilrdinlt'vrry.liiH  ���������poniinnri), Sexual IVetiltnent. Nmtintoua, Spir.  mntoirlinvti, nml iilfeels nf Mm nenr htxietn.  l,rio(iUpcrJjox,Hlxfi)rla. Ono will iilt*s*������v -  will oure. Sold by all .n        '  "  pin1  oaa  l������Hp������ ft porJioit, Hixf  ivllloura. Sold bra.....������������������-.r _fi  Mn iikg. on rwuhit of ti*-l"o.  AVw jwwMel  wni/eil/wft, ThoVioia Madlolno Oo.  tjormerlu Wind* "   '  .......... o.t.s  all (hnimrwts.or limited In  ;i*-l"o,   Arm priinr Wet  lolnoOo.     M  Tnronto,9ni,  iior)  Cco&'s CcttM Root CoojwBi  'T\te (?r������-vt. tltcHrifl Tnnl������. ������n<  only nnt* ������irwoiu������l MonUtly  Jtotfulrvlor on wlUili women oan  dnpuml. Bold In tbrwtt tlernes  et ftrciiRtb-No, I, ft % N������T������  lOdoimifiKtronrror, Mt Np.*  'or ip"ul>ii,o(uHiR, U por sot,  'Id lir all dntmruts, or M4  id rn rooeTt* W  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Now urowitiK in our JTurnorios  for the Fall tf de;--  00,000 reach, Aprloot, Nv.dt������rities, Ohor-  ry, I'lum, fruuo, I'onr nud Apple  ���������m nil lending vitriotioH  100,000 Sninll Fi-ulto.  10,000 Ornnmentiil Trees, iu nil leading  varieties fur U, O.  Htriotiy homo nt -wn nnd not nabjoot to  damiiKo trom ftimlKiitiuti,  Stook of Hullw to arrivo in Augiiit from  Japan, franco nnd floUnnd.  lioo Snpplios, Sprny PumpB, Soodi, Kto,  MO-pngaOATALOOUK FRKR.  Oroenhouiei. Bead Hoiw ��������� and  Foit  Office Addre.s,  3010 WE8TMIN8T������R SOAD,  Vancouver,  B.C.  foi  m  Twmid rn reoel'  orl<M.  0*WllIOI|llllCMOMNTO,ONT. Vtw*mlnW***1mifl  A Quettlon ol 8h������rpn������t.  ���������nte������t value in tho world~2������. 6d.  pout froo from 8orn|)om, HU'slo A  Uo,"~tliun rati tlni n/lvnrtii>i-iiii.-iit,  "Cknttomfn," wroto Mr. 8, Tongor,  "I havu plcanuri' in liicl^ini* i-������t.fll  order lor 2a, <Jd, PU'imo wind tno c>no  ol your razorii by return. P,8,--A������ I  don't paw**.** 2������. &!, ������t tho pr������������ont  mommit, I cannot ������ond it. Howovor,  'I hnvo no doubt you will *������nd U������  rnttir, tn n litue *jmiw������ra like ymiw  onn pontal onlr-r more or Imu will not  omint." "iwar utr," iwpiHul M������mi������.  a, 8. A Co.. "we beg to forwurd yoa  tlio rnxor and thunk -vno lor your  nateemnd p������lron������f������. P.8.���������Our psek-  rt hw> rtimlcjiily lorp>Ui������n ta inch** ���������  the rmirAr. To nn* with ������ueh n tbmb  am yawrt, however, one rneet nmw ������r  law will n*A otAiiim."  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    Life  ��������� i������������������ eeetw* ���������  ������>m***w**r- *-*w m  Vt: Hit, Rjin:tbH for  Fire Insurance call and get  rates before insuring,  Wesley Willard  Agtitt fnrtlic Royat  of I Iverpool,  When In Courtcn������y y  Tl>f* Courtennv Hole!  Every conveniens forgueali.  The Oenttal HoUl for iporttmen  Nono but die Hen ol Wines aud I.iqunrt  ,,i il.c Wm.  RATRS RRASONABLR  John Johnston,    Pro,  Get your Job Printing  idonc at the News.  Auy available Dominion Lands within  the Railway Belt in British Columbia,  may be homesteader! by auy perBnn who  is tbe sole head ot a family, or nny male  over 18 years ot nge, to the extent ot one  qiforter seotion of 1C0 aores. moro or lens  Entry must be made personally at tho  locjd land offioe tor the diatriot iu which  the land is situate. Entry by proxy  may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mothor, son, dntiffb  tec lrothor or sister of and intending  homesteader.  TheUoniOHteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under ouo of tho following plans;  (1) At leant six months' residence upon  nnd cultivation ofthe lomliu eiioh year  for threo years.  (2) If the father for mother, if the  father is deoensed), of the homesteader  roeidoa upon a farm iu the vioinity of the  land entered for, the revuirements as to  residence may bo satlsiled by suoh person  rosidinR wltb tho father or mother,  (ft) If th'������ settler hns his pormaoeat re-  ftidenoe upon farming land owned by  hlm in the vicinity of his homestead, tho  requirements ne to residence may bo sat-  (lod by resldonoo upou tha snid land.  Hix months' notico in writing should  be id vou to the CommUrdouer of Dominion LhikIh at Ottawa of intention to ap  ply for pit tent.  O0A1..���������C011I mlnln������ rights may bo  oasod for n period of twetity-mie yonrs  nt nn nnnnal rental ot tl per noro, Not  moro than '2,5(10 nores shnll bo leiimul to  on* Individual or oninpnny, A royalty  nt tho rnto of flvo iHMite per ton uhnll lw  uolleoted oa tho m������ruhniitnblo oonl mined j  W.W.COIIY.  Deputy ot tho Minister of tho Ititori<������r  N.ll.--Unoulhorir.ed publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for,  '  NEW YORK'  CLIPPER  II THI aRIATMT  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  KM fir Ymt,   $!i$t C?pj, !fl Ctf,  IWIURD WKBKLT.  8ampli Copy Frii,  M������NKQUtENPUB.C0,(LW),  1 11111 _ _ 1 11 * 11 11 r * -   1  " " " *        '     "' mm  fok sau<:  ,h*wy   loill cnlveti  from first  jiriRw stuck.���������Apply to Wm. l)l<������*  ; iwi, Smidwick.  t 1   OLD   NEWfiPAPRUSnOT  SALK AT THE NI.WH Otl'lCE-  25 e������Titfi p.r 111JNDUKI).  "aBl������n^Bl^r^������'���������i *w������������r������ mt'inr,'  For Sale in Cumberland  by T. E. BATE,  Magnet Cash Store*  Notico is hereby givon that Thirty  I>uys nftor dnte I intend to apply to  tho ITonoui-nlilo Chiof OoimiilMKloniM*  ol Lnncls nml Works for iv Iilcense to  |iroH|i-r*ft fnr conl imd p*������troli>um un-  <li'i* tho fori'Bluire nnd undor the wator on the IniiilH in nnd opposite Vnl-  ilcs Island, Hnywurd Dlatrlct, Jtiiti������h  Columbia,  CommoncltiK nt u post phnitml on  lhe Him bonch nt tho S.W, eornor of  t'Nipo Mutlffi* liidliiii lloR������tr\-������ post,  Vn-hlcH Inland, Hnywnrd district ;  thonco <lno KiiNt tio chuiiiH- thonco  dun Houth fin c|)ii|n������*; thonce duo  Wort SO chains; thonco dm- North HO  chains  to plncu of roniiii<'iicoini.<iit.  I In tod thin UCth day of Novomhor,  l0O������,  MAHIA .1ANK PHIKKT.  R, I'rloHt, Au-ont.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days niter date I intend to apply to  tho Honouratle Chief Commissioner  of Lands nnd Works for a Lflcenso to  prospoct for coul'tind potroleuiii undor thc foroshoro and under tho water on tho lands in and opposite  Valdes Island, Sayward District, British  Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted on  tlw son boaoh 2 miles southerly from  the N.W. corner of Cape Mudgo Indian lteseyvc post, Valdes Island,  Sayward Distriot; thenco due west  80 chains; thonco duo south 80  chains; thence duo oast 80 chains ;  thonce due north 80 chains to plaoo  of commencement.  Dated this JWith day of Novembor,  1908.  JOHN JOHNS.  E. Priest, Agent.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days nfter date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a License to  prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshoro and undor the water on tho lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Sayward District, British  Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted on  tho sea boach 1 mile southerly from  tho N.W. corner of Cape Mudge Indian Reserve post, Valdes Island ;  thonce due West 80 chains ; theuce  due South 80 chains; thence duo East  80 chains; thence duo North 80  chains to place of commencement.  Dated this 26th day of Novembor.  1908.  E. FTtfEST.  Notice is hereby giveu that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to  the Honouratle Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a. License to  prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshoro and under the water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Sayward District, British  Columbia.  Commencing nt a post planted on  the sea bench at the S.E. corner of  Cape Mudge Indian Reserve post.  Valdes Island, Say-ward District, and  being also the S.W. corner of L.167;  thonce due South 40 chains; thenco  due East 80 ehains; thonce due North  80 chnins; tlience due Wost 10 chains  more or less to High Water Mark on  sea bench; tlience 'South Westerly  along said sea beach to place of  commencement.  Dated this 26th dnv of November,  1908.   ..FANNIE M.  MAC-COWAN.  E. Priest, Agent.  Notice is hereby given that Thirty  Days alter date 1 intend to apply to  the Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for a License to  prospect for .conl and potrolounv under tho following described lands and  uuder the foreshore und under the  wator on the lunds in and opposite  Valdes Island, Sayward District, British Columbia.  Commencing at a post planted on  tho sen beach 1 milo .southerly from  tho N.W. corner of Cape Mudgo Indian Itesei-vo post, Valdes Island,  Suyward Uistrict; thtmcu due 1-Cnst  70 chains moro or less to a post on  tho extreme Eustorn boundary ofthe  suid Indian lloserve; thonco due south  80 chnins along suid Eastern boundary of Indian. Rokui-vq; thonco duo  Wost 70 chains; thonco due North 80  chnins to plnco of commoiiceniotit,  Dated this 2Uh day of Novembor,  1908.  HOY MAOOOWAN.  Vt. Priost, Agent.  .Votico is horoby givon that Thirty  I'tiys aftor date I intond to npply to  tho Honourable Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works for 11 I/icwnso to  prospoct for coal nnd petroleum undor tho foroshore nnd undor tho water on the, lands in and opposito Valdes Island, Snywtml Dint rict, British Columbia,  Commencing at ft post plantod on  the son bench nt the S.W. corner of  Capo Mud^o Indian Itcscrvo post,  Vnldt'H Island, 'Sitywrd District;  thonco due Went 10 chnins; thonco dua  South 80 chuius; thonce duo Ruet <1Q  chains; thenco duo North HO chninfl  to plnco of commencement,  Diitod this 2������Vth dny of Novomhor,  1008,  M\.V.   MACUOWAN,  E. Priest, Agont.  Notice is hereby niv<*n thnt. Thirl.y  Dnys after dnte I Intend to apply toj  th" Honourable t'hmi ComndHslonor j  of IiSiuls und Works for n LicvtiNu toj  prospoct fur conl nnd petroleum un- 1  dor thu following doM-rilied InndN hit- >  unto In fVvwnrd District, British  Columbia.  fV!���������,,il>n������'n,������   ������t    n   nr,������t   ���������ln.i-J<wl     ������>���������  tlio SR. rorner nf Timber l4*n������n No. |  ���������IU; uii-ncn mn* ���������*.������������������>-)   in elm n->; Utoi.io  duo \orili Un rlinlns; thi'i.c.'duo l-Ui't  I'I chnins;    thonco    ������ti���������*     Houth    !10  chnins to nlnro of commencement.  I>it|������| this 2.1th dny of Novomlwr,  l!H>H.  M-, '1     I   1V. ������  ��������� - *���������  Ji. I'rlcst, Ag<*nt.  Notice is hereby givon thnt Thirty  Dny> nftor dnto I intond to npply to  llm Honourable Chief CommlKSlonor  of hnndt) nud Works for a Lieemm to  prospect for conl nnd poti-olmini under Hm following rloHiM-lbod lamb, sit-  untu To Heyw-nnl District nnd boinjf  i,. 71, Qtiinwun HI vor Indian IU������-  Kurvii,  Ctimtiioncing nt the North Wont  rumor of pnld llowrvo; thonro duo  Rust -I" chnins inoitt or Iohh 10 thu  North Knxt corner of wiid Hesorvo;  thonco duu South .11 chaina moro or  1 li'MM f������, Hi������l South 1 *i������������i������ ciirnnr nt unid  Hinnrrxir. thonco due Went 75 chain*  turn*!- or \e-i-i t,> tlu* South Went cor-  iwr of snld llonnrvo on Qulnmon Hivor; thonco North Ruttorly nloin*  QiHnnhm Hivor to the North Wost,  comer of Uomtvo plmo of commenci*-  nuut.  Dittorl  I IMW,  thin U.'ith duy of N<ivoruber,  I'T.'V N   1M',H*"*"r  l)  Prl",������. Attifti  Notice Is hereby givon Hint Thirty  Days ������ft������'r iln to I 'iitond to applv to  tho nonnurnblo Chief rornmisslonor  of l4itwls nnd Wnrkx for n lyloonsw wi  rirna'icel Or nut) nn<) pMrnlMJm on-  doi- tho follow'ng 0,"*-rll>i������('Istulrt htt-  imto In Snywnnl District, TlrMlsli  Cohmiiitn  ConmionclnB n' 11 "ost plnntrxt ������t  th������> i-t.r-nor of T.ot iV������ <������n tho Ho������th  boiinilnrv of sniil I^tt Hi.; thi-nc* dm*  South ,'tt chnins; thomo 1I10 Wtmrt  .*to ili.bi* more or 1>-'n to th' South  Im������*1 comer of Ouoiki.i,, Tfiwr Tti-  ��������� t'.'.n ri'-*<*rvo f ft TV 1 *...;-* ibte  North .14 ch*liis; thonat du.. V. a* HO  rfmln*" 'rt t'lrt-v* nf rrttntneeeetvm'et  fiiitnl t|-,i< S.lth Hoy of v,o-,������tiil'-*r,  1008.  .Tonv .mny������  r-i K  Pri*tt, .-tffrttt  Notico ih to-ri'iiy >;ivi.ii thnt .Thirty  Ihty.* iifti't- oi'io 1 intond to nfiply to  Iho   Jloiioiinit'tr   lliir-l   f.'iiinnil*v<loi;i������r  1,1    I.UIM'f.   iy.fi    ,,,-,. :���������     1*1    ,1    i.f- I. ���������-*   <-.*  (>m������;������'<'t for '.on-1 11 ml potrolouru on*  dor the follrmina dowrllwl landa And  undor the fnret.hi'10 and under tbo  water on tho inni>n ip nnd oppo*tt������  Voldi". fslnnil, Kuyunrd Dintrlct. British Cubioililn,  ("oiwtu*no(m- nt n 00M plc\nt������<l 01%  the fu bench, '* mile honUo-rly Icoti  tho V VV   (-nrner of t'ni'o Mudifo   \n*  diau      IUli������*IU'     in-!.    ������.���������.-!.!,*:!    l-ll.'ll.-),  S*������y������i>rii Dintrirt "ib'-n>" ibi������ F..*,*t  7<������ clutinH nioro or '"s*. to n |������������������t b**-  ton Die N.W. <or*ior ..f J. HV7, nU<*  the l-rtiMor'-, Jionmfnrv "f ������.ti'l fapa  \tndtto Indian ite-nerv: Xbexxe* Ann  voith Ro rh,il(.������: tin'!'*"'  d*i,- W<^t 10  ,|nt|n������-   Ihnur,.  line   Vnrfh   t������0    fhslBf  to phtfo of r.,nimot"'WH*?*t,  n-t!e*l  thW afith di.v tit Xavmi**,  B. 1'riMt. A������*������t. tF?err*r.--i**r*mi ''-,������������������*,Wr-tr'!"  ���������'.'HI   m*  ill, |ini������ i.ljlll.'  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  - WIBJI! I I ill������IJ.I.UIIIUII  1 \\_. v.<.'w4  j'  a a  d  I*  or CHRISTMAS  ,._, Never Better Prepared,  f|QUALITY JEWELRY STORE  it STODDART  83^ All Purchases Engraved Free ^^  ssbwksuk  (raeR^B'*B=aa������iwa^W5J2aRi'.-nj������������  OTBEBUID TAILOR  S. ISAKA,   PROPRIETOR  ��������� te  8  tt  Ladies' aud  Qentletnen's Suits Made  to Ordej  from ?2o to 335    All Work First Class  -Perfect Fit Guaranteed,  ���������Have  BOVRIL  pnpue tasty ibcms; to ihon  ���������sola neat nd v������gelabks is * psl*  MtU* trad wfMteraoi (ano.  BCVIULa&l^lmKwfc  to five truly MdnutritiNi food to  those ���������add Bof ctefm  ������vmp.  :H'������a^������iv-f^ ������K:ii?lSC������C(S4&������iB������6  :*(:.* NI)ID    NUMBER.  . ;*>; "ber number of "West-  ���������:'���������'���������'.--1 f....:y equals  if  it  does  surpass rhe sanguine annouii-  . cd-  oI   its    publishers.    Its  CUrit'U^as ^reoiiiig.i  nre. suffused  '.vi;.!: tjia* -'���������low of lupo which is  suro to waken a responsive chord  ju,,* tiiu patrons  and    friends    to  whom they are addressed.    Tho  *> i  grot-tings with the artistic colored  desi((u are altogether chaste apd  intoah; -"The Orchard City," by  Walter Ii. Pooley; aud- '-The  Chilliwacfc Valley," by H. U-  Lamb. Sitnon Fraser, the renow  ncd explorer whose name and ap-  hieveiiipnts are bo dear to tlie  West, in further revivified in  memory by an admirable article  from E. 0. S. Scholfield, while  Bishop J. Carmicljaol is presented  in an able panegyrical sketch by  William Blakemore.  yi;....jH....������.............  -,m'  n.  unique. Tlie Topi^Tj^ion "of  views of thc Franco-British Ex-r  Jiibition, which are inost interest  iny to Canadians, is cprtainly snp-  orb r.nd well worthy ot preservation a* a inciiiuutp,  The iietion stands high, and exhales the spirit Christmas in 6uch  :,:- n'.i't-.'di' that it transports qsin-  >    ������������������';������������������  jcyf,  and raptures of  tha  ���������'.   'p     But good a.'i [t ig. in rps-r  . -. ������������������'.   *.; .ii.**.*';- '..i'hI abi'iing and soul  ;���������!��������������������������� *..���������,:' ���������������������������'��������� it'is it ii- transceiuled by  :i*   ���������*._������������������.     ";'.;'������     nUuiob-c    E.  vl.rfu     poritu',!  .y," >'Avo  "Maria''  and   ��������� riv MoffiajJU nf  Qhristmas"  tn,. ,iot o/ily exquisite in Btyle,^nd  i.|ovatptj in sentinfient but thoy are  (>ftji(it oydox which   prupoupeps  ,'i-'!ii ttfi tho offspring ol thp Mens  Jivliiiiu-.   What, Ioq, could   be  more rfia*oii|ibl(j and  swuet than  ivL'jt.  i^nos   Loiskliavt   Hughes'  II 'Ily ^prtiys,'' qr mora provoca-r  tivu of mirth and qf a full  hilar���������  pus  laugh than tli������ poetical   of  i'\Vi}.TP������ T'ifr" hj ,r, Q, IlarviB and  ith uaroil illiistriitiotiB?  Tha atory ut Ar'.hur   Davioi  iTiio Lady of thp Mnrmion"  is  >'. "tf'Uij w"iHou for Uiiri  iiiiinltur,  unios s. s. eoTor-fferOT"  Weak-end se"vipo  between Vancouver,  N������R*iiW, Union, Comox, by  the  steel Clyde built twin lerrw  " steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing aa under���������  Leaven Vrtucouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrivofl Nwniimo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrirps Union, anncUy 8 ������ m  Arrives Corfiotr,  Sunday Sam  Returning:���������  I.eavoa Comox, Sunday 4 p in  Leaven Union Suuday 5pm  Arrived Ntuaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vancouver Mondsy 7 a m  StagB le&vi<Uniou for Cumberland every Sunday morniiip, on arrival pf "OpW-  1UKAN;" and leuves CnmbwlaDd Hptol  it 1 pm, oouneoUptf with lUamer at  Uaion,  ..���������������  i'ft bust ooinmonilation is to say  '.in-  i ti.o  .oput.ttio.'i  of tint  'I't t- Kxpiiition of John  '   "v A mm  S.   mviui   its  .IMi'ill  ii'C'ilrto  Two  ,,,i,ii. i.i iui;  ' '*!��������� 'i,nit"   by  \!Uv|'t    Ku^liM,  v.-nl ���������-  ��������������� A A | 'it  Mm,  und  ,ui iliui VVw *.*-*,?-  I ' hj .lm. Ktlml  (t,   I'lody  .' ' ' ��������� ���������!     llf Ml . iui;{lti*K it  i*>  , nr t'A.-.rs.i.i'y u) *Miin^i(,tt,  for tho  i iii'!" iinoiiif t'.ie writi'iM of  hu.mii Mill puutry, and Alrd. Stodr  darn in,* wr.tMi  a Btory  tliHt is  cnunl to lur,' bout.  "Out nl i!im Nighj," by   Doug.  Im l.'.Hidut Dm kin. i* a mtliudc  tiibi 'if thr*  l<nsHi:ni   iuM*ittiti*T.   of  . * *���������  tlifir iluwa ti'Hldt'ii condition with  liuppily a ^liinniur of that titjlf eiii.������  fti'.ij;iiMtiif spirit tliur i������ uq^r kick  i������g of tlu; iti.-ou^Hd tyrniny )\t\ihr  xiiiieii the  t,..iiii,i  {,'rniiiiH.    t'tillit  (i'lyiin .i   'ikind bttoi.pi* ns (ilong  With tilt) rulilUliCV uflilb lliil',     Tin:  Gl-i UmUU IWiiwl 111111," while|  t'tAiii, nnd JJotinr an* ^a.liuu^jaUy  p -intor.puinti-d i������y Ni^oi X"l"N*  ii .  ���������    i*Vm"i tr.i\f*4 .n\d dd  *        ������������������:    ei ii'])t<*i������.'iitv'l uy ''Tii;  , ..ia .���������">,ii**k*.t*;!.������. 'ii<>,'' In'.   J).  . ims.*-;   F*������hmg and  Kxploi  i ���������.* mji **"  Qbr ituitih." by   Frank  '.-.i<i������tt:    '���������Tin* A!������r..������<j iieret ot  .'aicf-illy Att-i!i'.i  e   i*.os  Funeral Direc-j  tor and  Em-!  balmer  i  f������S8������W0O������>i*0������Ct������CMj  0 rio������iH������       JinlaliiR    Sic  *X| ������i   *%-h**\x  tt   "'���������nindrAtl.aiiHJ  NOTICK,  Ai pl'ciiU n.H fur tbo ptrtltlnn o JaulU^n  tor tli<> ^iiiniii<r|anil I'ulilio Rohoo!, nUting  "iliiry reartirod, will hg r������Q������ived up to  fu* iiiri. \m.  Tim ������ncoBi������ful nppllonnt muit pat In  all gl.iui in wtniiowi tnul Loop (enoa in re-  uun whuu icquir������4 along wiUi bit othor  ���������lu tin*,  T.H.CA1U5Y.  Beo. Ro^rd o( iio^i'd TruiUii  (jnmijorlniid,  li.Q,  I  MisB V. Svah of  Denman  Ipland arrived by Friday's boat.  KUSIC CURES IKSAWTY.  ���������Utanu Bend Shown tm Have Ammlng  Curative Powers.  A striking experiment in the treatment of feeble-minded patients under the caro ol the Metropolitan Any-  lum8 Board, at their homo at Wit-  ham, Essex, has demonstrated the  "curative" eflect of music.  At the Witham Home, the Metropolitan Asylums Board has placed  for treatment all the boys classed as  feeble-minded, between the ages of 12  and 21, the object beins to train ae  many of them as possible to become  self-supporting. For this purpose  various trades are taught, but the  progress made we* very slow, ond tbe  signs of success few until it was decided to start a brass band among  the patients. Thc result has been  really 'extraordinary, for not only ba*  the band advanced rapidly in musical proficiency, but the members of  it, once tlieir interest waa awakened  in the playing, have made ever-increasing strides toward complete  sanity.      ; >-,  The superintendent of thc home, T.,  C. Glbbs, staies that the progress  ���������m-rfe-by-the-playAW^inoe^e^foraaa-  tion ofthe band had been "marvelous,  and the band boys had become distinctly in advance of other inmates  of the home in mental qualities.  Thore have been several astonishing  instances where individual i boys',  whoso cases at one time 'nppoared[,  hopeless, had made such marked prr>  gresa sine') playing in the band that  they would shortly be discharged as.  mentnllv.flt.   ��������� '  "The music." he added, "haa had  a charmed efiact upon the patients,  who have advanced under its influence by leaps and bounds. I have  great faith in the future treatment of  the class of boys we receive here.*'  Aa a rehult of the success which  has boon Stained, tho committed  which controls tho Witham Hoine  has docided to provide tbo band boys  with special uniform, and a autreefl-  tion ia beins considered to employ a  wholo-tinio rogimerital bandmaster oh  tho sUvff of tho school in placo of the  loader of Uio local town band at Witham, who has imparted tho musical  instruction bo far given, at practical  held twiim a week.  HASHEESH Of GREECE.  H������w This Strange Drug U PrepttreA  For ConaumpHon.  Consul Wward 1. Nathan of ?aWf,  Grtyrtre, writtie about the Grook pi**;  parntion and exportation of haBhewih;  "���������pasheoah, that strango drug whleh  him gi*en our language its word '������-  , twfisln'-���������a mart ho frenzied by tlw  drug that ho accomplishes numier���������  Is nawl by tho Persian, Turk wid  Egyptians In a matvnor akin to tba  una of opium by tbo Ohlneae. It ia  the product ol a plant grown in large  atiantitiealn tha PttJopwnasufl (rroWw  em Greece), ln tho dhtrici about  TrifoUtui. Tive plant grave to ���������  height of about four feet, and ita  bmnehea aro thtekly covered with  smell leaves and studded with tiny  seeds.  "The rotlre xitmi, stalk and  branches, la out within a few Inohee  of tho root nnd laid oot tn tbe Ran  to dry. nte branches are then ruh������  bed to separate the sneds, and thase  in turn are round Into a fine row-  der, which eonirtitutos the drug. The  drug luis the power of inducing Bleep  and producing plcannnt and tantas*  tic dronmn. Continued uso of has-  heenh rendora its dovoisofl wild and  reckless and roanltn in a eomplota  wrodt ol tkoir mental and phy������i<vi!  oonstltatlon.  "For this reason the Tdrrptim Qr*M  ernmont hu prohibited  ttie impop*  Noticp is hpreby given that th^  time for thp rpceptiop of , tenders  for VornonB, C. Publip Building,  has been extended to' Deppwber  30th, 1908,  JMaua and specification* are also  to begapn at Victoria md. VftncpH  ver,  ByQrdor,  S-apr������tary.  Department of f iibhc Works,  Ottawa, Novembgr30tM903,  All Ipcal items pf ft business  natur? will be charged for at the  st mdard rate Qf iqc. a ]\m.  1      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cawtap. 83,900,000  RESKivK,tM,300,000  Abskts,   846,400,000  Dxroarji,������33,700,000  -e**-  Kepeat it?���������''Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs aud colda-"  UL.Il H.-.UIA U..'.  Advertisers vf\\\ confer a favor  by bringing iu their ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  the printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday,  ���������. '        - lAontvy Qr<t-9r������s*,g,*~^rrB  Rates.  95 and under                     ������ I Cent*  Over  & aad not exceeding 910 6 Cent*  Over f 10 and npt exceeding $30 V. Cents  Over 980 and uot exceedinK (50 16 Cents  These Mopey Qrders are payable witrqvv cost in any   Chartered  Bunk iu Canada.  Interest Added Pour Times a Yoa.  in Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,   Mix* .77"   J  *���������*���������������������������������������������-������������������+-���������+������������������+������������������������������������    ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+  ' *"j" <h"������������j������������jii|i mmwai*  FOR ������ALE���������A Ford Auto  Oar in first class condition, about  15 horse power; complete witb  lamps and four new tires; has also  good strong batteries. Price $500,  A snap.���������Apply to George  Banasky, Nanaimo.  IF YOU WANT QOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  IHHM������M������'  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  m      >  .VK'.W*.   ' . .a " .t,TII..i*L . '" *v*.  ,M' *Xl . ���������?***,'** Wil'i*.   .���������..  I4.DIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQAOH TQ   OftDBR flflO  IN ANY STYltB YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40,  ....IL ' ' 'I   '       *   CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  mm***  , ������ - <, ..,..������..,,  SXsXsXBGXsXSS^^  tatkm of the drug and reoeoUy on*  tcrod Into a convention with Orooea  to prevent ita exportation from thore  to Egypt, where the eonsmnara ol  hasheean aro  vory  numerous.   The  Ottawa. Deo, B,���������There was  a  further improvprnont; in industrial  and labor conditions during October, according to .November issiu-  of the Labor Gazette, just issued.  During the month the grain crop  of the west was being marketed  with unprecedented rapidity, and  tho banks, unlike last season, found  found tliein8elves in a position  to  inept all demands for currency  in  connection with the movement ot  the crop*. Generally speaking, tho  outlook is for a steady improvement of trade and general industry.  Manufacturing, though more active thai) in September, waa characterized by caution. Lumbering  remained dull, aud coul milling wh������  lens active than in September, In  the citiev, the general labor  niaiv.  ket was well supplied, Tboro  \vut>  fnarkod activity in railway construction, There woro only four  labor disputes during the month,  *\ decrease qI 1������ as compared with  October, 1U0T. Three wore settled,  Tlie number of employees attested  8512 and thelQwot wording days,  87,880. The feature of tho month  was the settlement pf the Canadian Pacific ndjway inwl������i������l������t������'  strike, During the month iiidna  trial ftccidetits occurred tp mil  workpeople, 1*\ ot which wwe fatal,  Oomox Notes.  ���������u   Om* ���������8eottiBlt liard" is abpnt to  mora into hit tow residonco lately  built by Hudson ^ Hamilton^  contractors and buildpip, pf this  placo.  flight Price furniture Store\  We are naw showing particular value* in Wall Paper, 1909 patterns  Linoleums, Lboo Curtuina, RuRf, Blankets and Comforter*. A  full line of Sideboards, Bnffe<tp, Chini Cabinets, Dressers aod  Stands, Music Oaiiiaete, and ninny other articles of exceptional  values aB Xmas presents.  During tho month of December every dollar loft in our sbpP, ei  ther on account or for cash, will entitle yon to one chance for the  ���������Blg"Pfiz5Tnow sEOTin^iir������u^  1*  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  J. H. COLLINS  A. McKINNON,       -      -     Manager.  Now Come and See|  What 1 Have Got 1  That is good, durable and fancy iu tbe line of Xmas and  New Year's Presents. All my lines are uow complete in  everything. I now take this opportunity of thanking one  and all of my customers in tbe past, aud hope to serve them  better than ever iu the future,  MoLEAN  KNGRAVING ON ALL PUROHiSES DONE FRKB.  r^Si*lySi&^^ ������������������r������)������(S^^  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������        ���������**���������������������������������������������  Wbile in OumberlajjiA Heal With   *  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce  AU Orders Promptly Delivered.  R, Webster, Manager.  SALK OF WORK.  Sale of work will be held on  Tuesday 8 Deo., in city nail a  ap.m. Clipper from 5.30^7.^,111  adults 35c chiUUcu ^5Q.  Word has been recei?ed from  SETS 5-S3������T "STSrfTZ I Kr. J- J. ft Miller, who has lately  nmftoe, but i������ now exporteA to the   t^on H trip oast rliitinff relatives  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  Vruuc" nnd~TW-?. and trom them  luuch, no doubt, ultlmamy Anda it*  may to J3?ypt."  MADE IK CANADA  Vac Oijly the Be������t  SiLLETrS  It the Standard Articfe  r.!W3YroRVSE  w any QiMtmmr  f������r ii*Amln������ sospv MfUn!������������ wn.  '*r, renwimint ������lrj pniet, iltluteat*  t ui ti.-tlt, rdoto'.*, Umlne nr^d tnr  any  other p*.tpt**t.    A  *%i*.e* 20 Ids. bAl mOA.  ���������Said Lainimtttr*  i w.r.iuSirco^i.m  a������H f rimtda in Toronto and Mont  roal.Mr. Mlllui* expects to spend  his Christmas holiday* in Toront<,  We expoct ISHt, Miller home undor  escort 5" tbe npjtr ftitiirt*.  MMIINIMtliniimHNUIIIII^  MAROCCHI BROS \  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Uuion Brewing Company's BEER and  POP/ri*R.     Wholesale Denlers in all Kinds of  Wiues aud Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ������������������MlWiWIIIIlWIIIIIIilWiWIIW  T. F. Hudson has l������udy ^turned from the north west with a  ^ .w���������.. ,,   **...^���������  playmate. Tom looks well ajterjto \t* hsngod on Deo, 18 in oom������-   I. 1       .1.- f J I .._... .������ t..  New "Westmlnsteri Deo. ft,���������No  newt hns yet boon received hore  conerning tho tiiinintor of justioo'H  decision with regard to Jaiues Jenkins, convicted murderer of Mrs.  Mary Morriioix, who is sentenced  ������������������������������������j *-.     -r w-m-i-,        m-m-iw-t���������-,        *-��������� -t-       i������^ - 1 ������u    **v   *i������S><|LV^������   ******   ���������-m**'V'mtl    mm**      mm%    *,*-***���������***'  ipeiidiog a iew mouths enjoying pany wuh pertella and Loo Ohong.  tbe balmy breoses ol the prejrie. "   *   The logging concern of Hart A  Bambrkk are vigorouily pushing  things along thia fine weather, it  keeps head conductor BUI busy  getting the boys out, N'Wr mind  Billy it will soon be Christmas.  *>m* _,ml,,mm**mm*mmmm  Mr. Geo, Q. McDonald, of tbe  Elk Hotel, Comox, ia at Ibe Na.  nairao hospital uudergoiug treat*  fflfftt,  Iho pa|������ra in Jenkins1 have boon  At Qttuwa for soma timo( and the  Vanoottver Dec, 7,���������In on ef**  fort to t\emA a collision with a  tug in tbe fog last night ������" ������'������  first Narrows, tbe Canadian Pacific Oriental liner Wenfarg, on  ber out bonnd passage* ttrnck a  reef, Slve immediately retnroed  to lier wharf bore and today is dis.  deliy in forwarding a pronounoe-'ebarglng fifteen hundred tons of  mant on the sentence is taken byfcir(f> which will W'eenl by somo  some lawyers here to mean that  minister is making a lengthy ex.  amination into tii������ evideuoo, with  a, possibility of clemency being ex*  ercised. Jenkins was eonvleted on  purely circumstantial evidence and  has not adraitt������d the offence of  which he wm Mtld |RfU}%  other vessel to Omental ports. Tho  liner will go into drydoek immed-  iaUty. TheplaUi ouly arc be.  lleved to liave been damaged. Tbe  tilaofarg struck at a point in the  Narrowe where U ia crossed by tb%  city water pipe,���������Ex,

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