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 *2        r * -������������������'  r--_ ������������������������ " }  /Al --?/V-" j   .*    ./**'    ������������������  ������������������������������������������ -f  It  vt H  Remember the Grand K. of P. Bail on New Years Night, Wednesday, January 1st, 1907.  BERLAND  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interest* of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND B.C,   SATURDAY,     DEC   21,   1907.  mm  1 will soon be with us  I with all its pleasures  and  excitements.  I At the Big Store  *������  ������you will find a a^ large assort-  wment of  Toys and   Holiday  @Goods suitable for presents.  _  _        *  ������To Make Buying  ������  <|more attractive iu our store  $we will give with every $1.00  ������ purchase cash or credit a tick-  ������ et being one  chauce to win a  Beautiful Doll  valued at $10 given away Christmas Eve.   Buy early.  I SimorteiMnrCir Ltd:  ������  City Fathers.  On Monday evening the Counoil held  tkair regular msetinj(. With tbe axoept-  iob of passing the accounts nothing ot im  portauoe transpired.  Aeoounts referred to finance committee  B. Grant & Co., lumber, $198.25; E. Hor-,  nal, pest house, $5.55; Comox Co-operative Society Jl .55; Campbell Bros., 815.70  Water Works, water,*{3,00; Electric Light  Co. $75.10.  LOCALS,  At the last meeting of the Police Commissioners all tbe hotels and wholesale  liquor houses were granted licences tor  the six months of the next year.  The public and high schools closed yes  torday for the Xmas holidays; and will  re-open on Jauunry 6th next  Mr. P. Phillips Harrison has been confined to the house for the past fews days  with la grippe.  Xmas photos tuken by Frioke.  To-day is pay-day aad the miners are  receiving tho genuine article, not clearing  house ebeqas.  DEC 311907  IK ENTERPf^Ep^IFTH  Year.  ANOTHER EXPLOSION.  Jacob's Creek, Pa. Deo, 19-An explosion of gas ic Dart mine at the Pittsburg  Coal Co. mines located here to-day entom  bed between 200 and 250 minors and ia  scarcely a ray of hope that a sirgle one of  them will be taken from the mine alive.  Explosion partially wreoked buildings in  Vioinity.- Examination shows that explosion was terriffio. 130 bodies bave been taken out up to 9 o'clock. They are terribly  mangled. Caused by mine gas.  Tho Entrance Examinations were conducted this week by Mr. Clarke of tbe  High Sohool, wheu the following pupils  presented themselves for examination?  May Bate, Effie MoPadyeu, Alice Nellist, Inn Whyte. Herbert Stewart of Cumberland; and Charles Urquhart ot Court-  eaar,   ���������   '  At a meeting of the trustee board held  on Thursday evening Miss Nora Hill  was appointed to a position on the city  sohool staff, made vacant by the resignation of Miss Pringle, During the past  term MiuB Hill has been teaching at  Union Bay. t  Miss Ramsay formerly of this city returned yesterday on a visit to friends.  Master Leland Monnce who has been  atteuding the Collegmte School at Viotoria is spending his holisys with his parents ia this oity.  Miss Louisa Bickle returned heme yes  terdsy from Viotoria where she haa bben  attending school.  After you have had your Christmas  dinner tako your family and get  their photo taken.  Mrs. Dowdall returned from Victoria  yesterday.  SITUATION WANTED-House work  or Farm Boy by Japanese boy. Apply P.  Q.Box 13-i. Cumberland.           Fresh Oyster Cocktails right on tap at  the Wilson Hotel, Union Bay. Try a few.  mm. mmm mmm mmm m mmm 1^*1  mmmt ^^<p^^^^a  *^*������*******������ ���������**    ������>>w������w**,������m������*������*.��������������������������������������������� mm ��������� ������������������������������������<> ���������  ma*** SA^Tfl GliHUS has af^hriV9d magnet Cash Store  Go6d Old Santa  Has a larger and Better  Supply of  ��������� 1.1  Xmas Toys, etc.  -mmmaaa__ttaammmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  than   he has   ever brought  into this town before,  ���������in ,mmim������������������imu   in*iiii*^wi^^Wi���������^iw^i*ii^^^*���������^���������^���������w^w*^������  T.   E,   Bate  Having Purchased       ^  Our  Xmas Stock  Direct from the Factory  it enables us to.sell much  befow any other competitor in the District.  ���������<>- Magnet Cash Store <)������  Tho prico nud variety of our goods  are an attraction in themselves, without  enticing you in any othor way,  T,   E,   Bate  I ������������������������!��������������� <   ������M������1������H  ��������� ���������)>������������������������������������������������������ I  t  if Special Announcement.  Given Away  Handsome Dinner Set.  Commencing Wednesday December nth we give a  ticket with every single Dollar's woith of goods purcbas-  /> ed at this Store (for Cash or Credit).  *      it       T\ * 1 ���������   1    i    t I  iU iUfc *Ji*V*VtU������*f VvtUbU -.ufekJ ������>������uvw  On New Year's Eve  AftUM     m\t.\*i\i,,,      'S\im     S^tuWU    4U^lU4      w*\\\\  AW     CKUVVftM     Xm'tiiVm\lt\m*    SUHI..  Tlm Joyous sound of Uio'Christians  hells nro nlm������t*t within hearing nnd  as tho toativo occasion draws nonr  many nrw tho thoughts nnd ant-lclpa-  lions of whnt tbo rlructnff of tho holls  will lun i������ lor us,  tlio joyous time  that,   a))    wiil bo  that    perhaps any othor particular  suason ot iba   year, has been clrcu'  lntln������r tmly, tnr tho hnrd tftnoi "ha*  not     yot    struck   Oumharlnnd    or  Wu all approach district.     In a fow cloys lt will bo  ,    howovor. foolina flowing |tk0 mm, fa non0y ,n    tbo  ������ ns wo wish,    Tho  ���������. ,__.,     ,__,.   _.     ..     _    _  .  *w  i   ������>������*rtV������      ������kVlJli  A Ticket 'ii'ill km g;v-i;^ w,it'i cv������?y D-qU-3;- pu  December nth to 31st, inclusive,     ������  ������.          ...i.ill������     ������������������    ���������      '     - I       II    IMI  ��������� lin   J McPhee ** Sons  ...... ,    promised    land, ami    tho rwst low  siilrlt of    tiho   Honson   hns n.rtwly v"������ ' "* "*  struck tho city In no uncertain sound month������ h������v������ hmwi prosjiorcjus ones to  U,..   J..,. A..'. .1     .,,'.    i>'        , :.'    the   *,Wh*     ������' ,"1' nr>^ holnir n   trenerou*  rtrtvft In ^ItiTinlTtir Iht* nnn'inl plftfl ��������� ���������'���������  honHw! fiom-rrmnlt.y, we nil know how  what wlU bo most suited, and  hrlng io "Mow it la."  tho   most Joy   to tha recolvorj also, |   n wjh not ,������ th, ,wlt of trl.meT.  iMMinul^.the klndost of r������nom-lc,lflnti o|  h(J j>  brnneos of tho glvor,    Tn frlvlni?,   It,j '        " *"*ol ""  >s ttiwu>������  **vu  U> iviuviim-vi       t* ta  more broosod to glvo than to receive." Apart from nil Rifts Uiere  are thoso who fool thnt It Is good to  tie alive, ami to bo blessed with a  most tr-eocheroue nppetlte for tho  ticcniiion sit en to Ihi oblo to wnjoy,  tho ofttinfr of the good thlnirs thnt  temiit tis on all nidow-tor Xmas is a  tlmt oil foset  ���������wtsltv le nnt tiiri-iixl Into rteetttt, *\i<t  they have been using thoir thinking  eajm, rnnssekln-r their hrnfns, and  nulwlng thu travoHorn for nionths In  order to hit upon novelties and  dainties thnt will uppnnl to tho poo.  pic, who as jenrs roll by havo bo-  ctmw mt������rif foMtniiouo snd ti|>-to-tli������to  M*MaM^mBUBBSB������E^MM������������������SSMBJS#������SSX>XSBMSa������*l"aSSI������  ������������������       It is time to secttre your Christmas presents,    Do not  *- ��������� hay any thing in the  X femm-m.wli    w,    %'.\mw\.\mtm-.m,  ..Hue until you have inspected my stock.   Any article laiu a- ������f  ! I side on payment of a small Deposit t  I T. D. McLean.     |  There   is  Nothing   More   Suitable  MHSHiS������^SHBSSSBSHHBS>SnkaaH*KawaSnSSHMHBaHSMSmSMHHM^  for a gentleman's Xmas Present- than one of those  Star Safety Razors  the only Safety Razor that shaves,  It is the Genuine Article  We have the finest Xmas Specialties ever offered for  our customers in  Perfumer^Pipesrieather-Dressisg  Cases, Manicures,"  A nice stock of Presentation Books, Xmas Cards and  Calendars  A. H. PEACEY,  Cumberland. B. C.  r  Dancing Slippers  for the K. of P. Ball  All Sizes Shapes and Styles.  At   Lowsat   Prices.  and for  Shfrts  Dont Forget to Give us a Call.  ns we have beyond doubt the Latest Styles and Ulest  Patterns, with ties to Match.  J. N. flcLEOD,  Dunsmnir Avonno,  CUMBERLAND, H.C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  To the Stringency in tiie Money  Market many anp pnmpelled  1S 38Cnf!G3  Take advantage oP this and buy  Vancouver Acreage Now.  We havo some Snaps, THE   NEWS, ' CUMBERLAND,   i������SFHSXf'  ���������OLtmm^L  THE  GUMl>Ki;LAKl>   ISeWS,  Is-sucd Every Tuesday.  J.    A.    IiAT'KS,  Editor and  Proprietor,  Tha oolumna4of Tuk Nkws aro o-tu-ti to all  .'.���������bo *i������htooxprftB������������bureiu vio*)Vu cn nnxi-  ii.ii ol publio intercut.  '-.Vhilo we do not liolil ounicK'cs rosjMtt-ji-  ���������A* for the utterances of covresiiondenu., wc  in-, ve thu r,:;(ic of deoluung to iuser?  c -vmuiiiciitfoas m*. necessarily yorsuual.  SATURDAY,. DEC,   ai,  1907*  The News wishes its readers all  the many good wishes ot llie  (. i-.ristmas tide ar/d may all live  to enjoy man)' more.  Awake! the world .is cloth-eel i-������ white,  Tho bells begin to pluy,       <���������'������������������  And holly bungs in every house,  For this is Chrifitmas Day.  Arisn, -uid lift your voices up  To greet tbe uWsbd moru,  yiujf, all yc ohildren ol tho earth  The. Friuee of Hoavou is bom.  Rejoice, nod ov yonr bounty give,  Let strife aud diisoord cease,  Proclaim nne.v good-will to mon,  Announce the reign or pence.  Ant; v.bile-a Uio\inn.;ui silver chimes  Salute tbo glorious inorp,  Sifv'. all ve children oi the enrth,  The Prince ot Heaven ia bora.  /' NOTICE.  In The Cguxty Court op 1-Jak'aisio  " Holds,*; at Cumhekj.and-  IN THE MATTER, of Chow-Hung  deceased, Intestnto,    ������  AND IN THE MATTER of the  official administrator's Aot, November  22nd; 1907. '     <-  Upon reading Uio affidavits of Willi nm  ~l?li^V\111mT3n^4s-ordered-that-Wil--  ii-im' Wesloy Willard, official administrator for, pnrt of the County of Nanaimo  ���������shall uo'adtiiiriM.rrd.or of all and singular ycotTfi chattels and  effects of Chow  iluii4 deceased and that this ordor be  published in the Cumberland News.  ,   "E. Harrison"  Co. Ct. J.  NOTICE.  In thk County -Court of Nanaimo  holdfn at cum.11.eki.and.  IN TKK MATTEK of Sim Hong  deuoriHod, Intestate, t-  AND IN THE MATTER of tho  Ofl'oinl AdinmiBtrator'B Act, November  sand, 1907.  Upon reading the itiTldavits of William  WeHloy Willard it iu ordered that William Wesley Willard, Ollioiiil Admiiiiii-  'trator for part of tho County ot Nannlmo  easil! be mlminUtmtor of all aud aingulnr  tto goodii elintiels nnd effects of Sim  Hong doeeiutfr'd' and thut this order bo  rmblich.cil in iho OiuaUuluud Nrwh.  "JS. Haujiison"  Co. Ct, J.  NOTICE.  Im tiii; (;oi:nty Cuciu'ov Nauaimo  l!ol HIS'   AT  CUMHUItl.AKI),  In Prol :'i< ."'""  r,\ vm-: matter of timo/Uomi Ad-  1A1A,AnAxu'A a.--', ;���������'��������� ihe goods of Ch������r>  ins '.'ii-.lu,nl t'.ii"tii !���������   U i-cusuil.  lil iili iiiij ii|,,,];.::ii.i-.!:,i of J'uill I'hilllpH  llnrrl'xm cuiitii-'i'' for Wislifitu Wesley  WUInnl, Oh>Ul .Vlfuni'.tMt'-r of pin-t of  Un-dtunly of Nii'-iiiui", an.I upon reud-  iiut il.* 1 itilidiiviU'. "I.'I iiniiMini'. Dinvnon,  William \\'iiili*\ WtU'ii'il. huwiotiou Viil*  iiuui i-Miiiiip., Maigi-.n-t. 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It  t.*^,   a.-*,  \i,s\ M ������'--**  ^The oven door  of the Kootenay  drops down and  provides a shelf  upon which to  rest the. pans  drawn irom the  oven.  ^>-=r:i^The door Is  -<,TtH^A^V'''i--Btro7acrly braced  -^=������za=_z_zzz^<^ ana *wiii  J^Z^&'f^y   .z~ *=z  1    easily slip  -q o p t the  weight of an  oxtra heavy  roaDt  Booklet  T5*?.  '*AX  Oil  'fV^U'cJbl.  r~ r-,m* -im*���������??  f  h  * Jib SW*  ������1  fid  at-,  i'.'<  5&1 y.  r% ^S'S  mii ,  d      ID^.'VTS,  ���������Pi-ioap^aiKn:.  Eiig'ioh 4 x liUUTON alwaya on tap &l-,ti, tho famous MILWAUKEE  ]-H<;70tt.-i���������Auh-aiia<..r, H.-liouiiiui, HohliU,*.o. "Ui.DGKlvV liKAUU"  ycOH'H VV'llirfKY, Best Wlnea and Liquora oi' all kinds.  Tii*-* Bo&rdw i)-d Liili;lug D'parUiifiM, undor tho lmuitdtate int^Kiintoiidenco of Mrs  iJttvii, vs ili b������ tcuuil Kiut ula*i ln ������vti*> reHjjc-ut..  E A TKB,  $1 00 por day upwards,  ii*-)**-*** m^-mw*ii.4t>Tmjatmmni  fir-*, o|  ii  n  gnt Price  FURNITURE STORE  7!i--rp mny he BomelhiiiK hero thin wi-ck tlmt you win hokini? for  hiBt wi'dk.   Jf il i������ tho prion in miro lo bn Hfjlit,   Oivt* ub a cad.  ItKI'AIIUNO A ^RKCIALTV,  J. H.. COL IMS, OajoibOTlwid..  IffHIWOI      HiWJrVfir^K,''*'  r* #*������!���������������). MC-**lwf������i..-.i������rw.y������i  ������55  ^*^,������-*dP*������W'<n**Mi*������^������^j������JW*j#'ii *���������**������������*������!���������������*  ETA W71 pl>  li8QUiias.it S BaiiAtJJia. E.  ?;���������&���������*  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  %rXGTC33rJi��������� CO"M-C2C  reo"~2  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. nxi, foi  N .n;inno, c-iiUing ,n Cn dun, Kuper  and Thetis Isl.o.ds -.\henjj fiviiglit oi  p,iS-.ei)i;eis offer.  Leaves Nan.i.mo Wcdnsday, 7 a. rn.  for Uniun l!;iy Coinox .tsui was pons  Le.ives Coinox   Thursday   7 a. nn, tor  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Lcives Nanaimo, Friday,  7 a. m., tor  Union Hay Comox and  \v������ty ports.  Leaves Camox . Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  N.ttiaiino and way potts.  biils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  ^Victoria,  VANOOUYEB - KAN AIMO - LADY-  ���������5U1TH   HOTJTE.  -mj ���������v-SC'tf & fig -& l& ������&  I am prep-ired to  furnish Stylish Kigs  and do Teaming'at  reasonable rates.  JOHN .URYDEN  CUMliEULAND  SCBOO  ^ FOR  BOYS  The I aure-is, Belcher Street  Victoria B. C.   ������������������  Pa'.iou  nud  Visiter,  Tti.. IORU   BISHOP   Oif   COLUMBIA.  cliains to the plttce of commencement  containing (540 acres, and known us  Claim No. 5.  Hated this 19th dny of   v���������vumuer,  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL   PROSPECT-  1NG   COM1WNV,   LlAilTED.  JO.  ll'iKig-son, Agent.  '"NOTICtii "i:s"horo!iy  given  tluit,   80  ditys uftur date,  wo iau-nd  to apply  to  t!:e lion.   Cliivi'  i'u.M.-.ni ^.sioner   of  Lands   nnd Worivs   fur  n  licence   to  prospect ior conl  and  i.atroluiun un-  Uer  the luivsnore und  under me water uiul un  the  land in  Comox   District, described as follows: Commencing at a pyst    plain o.i  at the nurtn  uvst corner of Claim Ao.  -;   thenco  son til     t������l>    cliai.is;    thonco  west   SO  clLains to the shore line; thence rorth  60 chuiiiS;  thence east .');i   ciitti-ns to  the shore line;  thence following*    tho  stnuosiiies of tne shore to place   of  commencement;  containing about 000  acros, known as claim No, 6.  Dated .this lirth duy of Aovemoor,  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PRO-3FECT-  LN*U!   COMt'ANV,   LiAHl'EU.  E,  Iloc'igson, Agent.  10ND0N. TORdSTO, MONTFtEAL. VtSl\���������..'(.a,  Ji\.*Ui*l**.H, ������T. JCtlN. HAMILTON  1. Tarbell k������6a! As^^t  r^a^swiM^syiani?*^^?-**^-;*^  ig^..*,!_m-]___i_i'>*^ -ja-<i-&aE^  S. S.  JO:\N.  Sails Irom   Vancouver   for   Nanaimo  daily, exi ept Sundays, at    30 p.m.  Sails from   Mannimo   fur   Van Oliver  daily, excepi Suminys, ai 7 a.m.  TIMK TABLE   EFFKCT1YE  October    l-A, 1U07  Ht'DKi M.iati-r  J.W. LA1KG, KSQ ,   M. A.  OXFORD.  Auaitited by thvue Gnuluatou of tho Ktoo^-  ntzod UuivefoitiOB of Oi-cat Bntiiiii aud Canada.  NORTH ROUND���������Wc-nd Down  i.wiHk IMI iiiai'Miriiw itirinii nTTrrni  11��������� 'Hwniiti wwmTTrrnin.riiBinniiifnir 1��������� TriT���������r-nt-r" "���������' -r-"-':TB,'"'">"1"'[">v.'-^fiTi  Inillv  So'idi\  ���������Stations.���������.    No   1.  ,.\V.,(1  "~~S*.t-  No. ;i  Victoria,  Do. BOO  D������i. 15 00  Huii.els,  il. 04  in 04  Shawnigan,  10  :7  , 10.15  (*  10-22  io ;s  Cobble Hill,  lt).40  10 :w  Oowioh-.u,  10.48  10 41  Kokuhali,  10 &3  101:  Duncan's,  11.00  10.58  rimtieno*',  ll.o?  li.h*  Wtstlnilms,  11. IS  17.lv.  Olioiruiimi*i|  11 32  iv :;;���������  LitdyKniitii,  11 57  17.5-  Smith Wellington,  I'i 18  18.10  l-iuM&imo,  )'2..tt  18.30  Wtlliogtou,  At I'J.53  Ar 18 4n  BOUTH BOUND���������Rend Up  No. -i  Kn, -i  Vi storm,  Ar. 12 Oli  isr������6  Rllaiji-.lK,  I'J, 'ei  is si  Hhaivniaiioi,  10 51  17 3ft  ��������� 1  li.'.*td  1/.M0  Co'ibk' l-fill,  lo 4<)  I7.S."-'  Cort'icliftu,  10 15  IT 0.S  Kot*. dldi,  10 OH  17i'!f  Duiiuan'ii,  10 Di,  111 5',  S.mii.iiin,,  0,47  HI-WI  Wi^tlu.liiio,  (1 '.i'i  lli :i'!  I'huinaii.tiHi  U '-S  In :>..'  Liiity������ii.itti,  Do. 0,00  Do.  10 W  1.  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On tin't,  ., , . ,��������� , 1 .,, ��������� ,. ,U,',i-..lii*- tliiti |������i.  t*" * mi "���������' . ���������    ��������� ��������� ...  ru.,a..������i.Vi.:i.-d.'*.toti������.;i^in;!>''.i-  l|i-u������l'ir������iin   .Saj*uint.-H<linu   Aralnttfl,  " ,-ioiiii, n. c.   .  Hy Ord������f,  r- ...null   I,     11  dtA>vi .ii.hnfclon.    Pro  J. A; Fraser '  'r������������:..*������rioiH������riiiI������t  Call aim ^ive uh a vi.iit.  ]), Hunden.  l:oi  llll ���������  dean sltavf, otia ������������  cut  this >������ the  'rhousiiTid Mi,e ,tnd Coiiiiniit.viion Tif-  heis on s.ile, ^ood ovt*i t;iil nnd sie.in.fli  'iocs, ni two ui'l niv-li:ilf cents per mile.  Spor.i.tl inline and stcitincrs for Kxcnr  iions, and leduiod riles for tmrtics nviy  ���������lu' iitrani;ci| fj-i on application to lhe  Di������t, I'.'iss. Aumit .it ViCtoiiil,  Tlio Conip.'inv reserves the riijht to  chanyi! witlii'iit previous noiice, sienmcrs  wiling (!.'tins and houm of bailing.  I-'sciti-iion T'n kfis on Side from and to  all Sialions, K"od lor H'litij,' journey Satin day-.iml Sunday, iciuiniii,; nut lattr  dum Momlay,  J, \V. TilOUr, flim. Hup, h.V, V.tmt Sor.  (I, l��������� COUHTNHY, Dist. IM. A Uk*. A������.  iViorroel|i Kros,  BAOBS  i4.6'!i-'iV<-*~i*',''?A'*,;*%--''W^  J1UKA.D, Cnke������ and Pies dollvor  erl dnily to any jmrt of City,  pr'^/'^'/*^^-<������<r*<i-^:^^*KJ{*������si -w^\-?i&������  f4fnif*n>riPH  r-ULLSTOfMC  mmm mmmm* r**m *������������������*** mnnmttie.-. mm  p, Phillips Harrison  I3urrl������twr unci SoU-wltc r  and  Noieiry IHiblla  nnch  The Omit nnpHeA  Jb-medy,  lunon nitdlnvlBor<it������itliowlioin  .norvuiii Hyutfliii,  luitkiw   now  'lllij.nl in (i!,l Vuln* t-titrt Serif  ttomirnry, Sexual Wenknem. Kmisniani, Hiier.  ���������QVtiorrhim,andRfferttnf Jlbiutm* hreenie*.  Prjnoll iHirlxJX,Hl������fiirl5. Ortovmpleiiw t.t  vvlij euro. Bulit lif til drtwUW or nmiled In  plnln iifc������r. on rocfilnt of ihimi, Arte tutmimltt  mii*iirtr,Jrv>e Wood Modioino Oo.  (fortnerly mndtar) Toronto Onl,  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  'flip irrwo, Ul'irlmi 'iiu\i''   mid  Moderate tonus tot* bo^rdiira,  Property coin;. 8ts of live aoroH with spacious i������uhooi bnililiuus, tx-ictujivo recri-atin-  gr\tuudn. %i tuiitioium. Cd������t corps ory 111-  zed.  APl'LY TO   HEAD MA.STEU.  NOTICE is hero'oy given that, 30  dny.a ai'tur dutir, ue intond to apply  to the lion. Chiof Commissioner of  Lan<is and Works for a licence to  prospect for conl and j-etroloum under tho foreshore and under '^he wa-  }e,c and upon tho lands known as  White Bluff Kesorve, Comox District,  doscrji-od as follows: Commencing at  "TT^pTTS'tHTraTrtc-d���������a-bout~20-oUain&_eas������_  irom t.l.fl west oik! 01 Gooso .Spit, in  Coino:c llaroor; thence north 80  chuius; thonco erst B0 cliains; theuce  south 80 chains; thenco west 80  cha>ns to place ojt, commenceuient;  contairdng about 640 acred, known  as Claim No. 1,  Ihxtod  this  19-th day ol  STowmber,  1007^  VANCOUVER   COAL  PTtOSPBCT-  LVG   COMPANY,   LIMITEO.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is herohy g'ven that, SO  days nfter date, we intend to apply  to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of  Law Is and Works for a licence to  prospect for coal and ) oti'oleum under tho foreshore and under tno water and on tho lands known as White  HhilT lleserw, Comox District, tles-  cri.od as -follo'v.'s: Commtnciiitf nt a  pt st plnnted nt tlio iionth-west cor-  in-r of Claim No, 1.; tln-nce wost 80  cV.iun.s; tlience .north about U<1 chains;  ti-onco ousteriy, following-tho kIiuio-  siths of tho shoro lino to tho north-  wost 'bonnvlitry of Claim No. 1;  thonco south about fi5 chainn* to the  idaci) of coiiHiiOtic-etno'it; coittftininff  dlioiit 500 acros, and known ns*  Chiim  No. 2.  H.itod tliis HUh day of Nivo'iumr,  '11107.  VANCOUVER   OOAL  rilOHPECT-  INU   COMPANY,   LLMlTKn.  K. Ilodgson, Agctit.  H.i    ni. 1   1  ,  1 1 '��������� 1  '������������������������   1 ��������� -..���������������������������������������������.���������������  NOTrCK Is horoby fflvi.'n tlmt, 510  iIh.vb aftur date, wo inti-iul to npply  to tho lion, Chi,>f CoitniilKilonnr of  Latiilfl and Works for a. licouco to  prospect for coal and jotnilutun under tl^o I'oroKliorn ntul undor tho wft-  tor on tho muds in Comox Utirhor,  des^rllod vh j'ullwwHi Coiiiiii..,)i;i;iK at  11 (ost plantod at tlio������Houth-oast  comer of Claim No, 2, on (loom1  Spit; thonce south 80 chains; tliunco  wc:-t or������ cloiliiH lo tho MhoiH) lino ;  thenco about 25 chains nortli-westm'-  ly, -followliiH tint slnuofiltlOH of tlut  Hhot-o lino; thonuo north <!-.*> clmliiR,  thonco otiHt 80 clirtlns to  ),liu-(������ of ciiintnonconionl; wmtalnlnK  (ti.out d-'io iicroi*, known tin Claim  No. tl,  ��������� l)nli*l this 10th dny of N wo,.i;mr,  1007,  VANCOUVER ������'OAL l'ltOSPKOT-  INH COMPANY, I.IMtTKO.  I'J. irtnl|?Hon, AKont.  I memmm *nmm<um m tmmma.mmm)*m**mmmmmitmm  NOTICE Ik hereby irlvon tlmt, 80  1 il������,v������ nftor dnli', wn intt'iiil to apply  to the linn. Chief CoiiimlKHlniu-r of  ijindH and WorVn for a Ihont'o to  IiroHpi'tt for coal und lotitdoum tinder thc (iirctdmrv and undor Iho water and upon the lutid In Comox  Hiirlior, and d-������ei'lbod iih follown;���������  Ctiininoni'lnK nt a |)imt pliintod at tho  Ht,tHn-t,y������������������       ......   ���������        r    '"'���������<������������������    *���������"���������*      1   '  Uii I-* i-o'-t P-0 fhnln������; tttnnco south  RO ohnlns! thmtwj wont HO cltutim ,  thonco north 80 cltnlttB to ploco of  oointiHtiiconunt; containing <Mo ncro������,  known 101 Claim No. 4,  Pa toil this .I'.Hh day of S ivonilwr,  i .iu,.  VANCOUVER  OOAL T'ROWEOT-  IN<]   COMPANY,  LIMITED.  I'I. HtMlirflon, ARont.  NtYTTCE Ih horoby trlvon tlmt, ������0  clays nftor dalo, wo Intend to apply  to tlm iron. Chiof Oommlnulonor of  JjiitidH and Wi.rU fi.r .������ Heewe trt  prospoct fur coul nml potroknim ������n-  d, t- th-o t'uicho*'' nnd under tic wn-  t-T and on the bmd known ns Whlto  Hltifl Itriwrw, Vtmttx District, ������Unt-  crilol nn follow*; ronuuondfiK nt n  Borth-ooirt  cor-  xNOTILE is hereby g-iv-cn that, HO  days niter date, ve intend to apply  to the lion. Chief Commissioner of  Lands and* Works for a licence to  prospect for coal and 1 otroleum under the foreshore and under ihe'wui  tor and on the iund in Comox District, described as follows: Commencing iit a post planted near the south  east curner of the Indian Reserve,  Comox Harbor; thenco west * i>'.l  cbains; thence north about 20 ubains;  thence easterly, following the sinuosities of the shore line to place of  commencement; containing about 100  uciys, known as Claim Xo,  7.  Dated  this  10th dav of November,  1007.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PROSPECTING  COMPANY,   LIMITED.    E.  Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby rriyen that, 30  days after date, we intend to upply  to the lion. Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Worl.s for a lie-once to  prospect for coal ami-petroleum under the foreshore and under the v.a-i  ter and on the land in Comox District, described as ���������follows: Commencing at a post plantod at tho southwest corner of Claim No. G; thonco  north about 10 chains; thenco west  ~a1*>mit_g.fi���������oha-ims  t.r-i  tho Rhore;J^imen_  southerly, following the sinuosities of  the shore line to the place of commencement; containing about 00 f.c-  res,  known ns Claim No. 8. *:j  Dated this l'.)th day of A- vembcr,  1007.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PROSPECTING   COMPANY,   LIMITED,    E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, ������0  days fii'tor date, wo intend to apply  to the Hon, Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Worts for a liceuce to  pros.-eet for coal uiul petroleum under the foreshoro nnd under tho water and on tho land in Comox District, ���������doscrlbod as follows: Coinmvnc-  iny at a post plantod nt the southwest corner of Claim No. (5; theuco  cast 80 chains; tlience south nnont  (iij chains to shore line in Nelson.  District; tlience westerly, lollowiut;  the sinuosilk-s of the shore to plnco  of coiniiii'iici'iiicnt; containing about  2d0 ncres, known i.s Claim Ko, ',),  Comox Harbor,  Da tod, th'.s i.yt-h day of November,  100V,  VANCOUVER   COAL   PRO-SPICCT-  1 ino C(b\t..'.\ -. -i, i.t\irn-.D,    Fi,  Hodgson, Age.it.  NOTICE is horoby (riven thnt, 1-5-J  dnys afterdate,' wo intend to apply  tu tho Hon. Chief Cmiuuissioner of  I'JiindH und Works for n liwnco to  prospect for coal and 1 otroleiiin under tho fiuvri'huiv and under tho water and on the laud in Comox District, doscrlbod oh follows; Commencing at ti post j>l nut ud ut tho southwest corner of Claim No. !l, O:nox  Harbor, Nolson District; Miouco oust  80 clinim>i thenco (lotith 80 rhniiis ;  thonco west Hi) ehains; thonco uorth-  erly, following tho slnutiHltioi) of tho  shore line to plnco of nunnionroiiiont;  containing about (100 ncres, j,iiowii  as Claim No, 10,  Dated this 10th day of Novum ut,  1007.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PKOflPEOT*.  INO   COMPANY,  LIMITED,  E,  Hodgson, Agent.  "nOTICI'I Ih hoivl.y given thfitT^O  dujH nfter date, I in tend to npply  to thn Hon, Chief CoiiinilKsioiiur of  Lands and Works for a licence to  prospect for coal nnd |iotroloum under the foivshoru uiul uudor the water and on the lands In Comox Uur-  lior, Comox District, dt'scrihod us  followh: Commencing nt n post  planted ut tht! nottlnn-ut corner of  t'liilin No. 7; I hence south nhoiii (JO  chuiiiH; thence went nhout 2i> clmltiH;  thence wtwlerly, following tho slnuo-  sltU'H of Hm shore line to the mouth  of the Coiii-Uinay River; theuco easterly following lhe shiuoHltlcH of tlin  shoro lino to plnco of commoncemtmt;  Dnted this 10th day of Novembor,  10tJ7,  K. 110 DU BON.  LANDy REGISTRY ACT  TNTHK MATTl-lUof nn nH������lie������t-  ion for n duplicateccitiftnnto of ttllo  to U������t 8, JJlot'k (I CM up ti'2-l) Town of  Cumlwliiiid, H, tl.  NOTICE IH H1CIIEHV HIVKN thnt  It in my Intention nt tliooxpirntlcn uf onu  maittii from tlut flrst pulilirivtinn lioroof  to Uuio n dU|ilieitto ooitillcitteof title tu  wiut LA ihButd I-1 Mercy (', l>uvi������ on the  ltltli day of DuoomiMtr, IWo, uiul uumti*  erwl J*<C,  hill*} ut thi' Lund   JU'slntry Oflice,  thit Iflth dny of I) oomlntr, HHI7.  H. Y.  WOOTTON,     r il  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,'BRITISH ;��������� COLUMBIA.  MAKES VCUR CAKES UflllT,  makes vour disgusts hxom.  MAKES VOUR BUNS LIOHT.  MAKG3 YOUR LAUOR UOHT.  MAKBSYOUR EXPENSES LIGHT.I  Order from your Grocer.  |������.W.G!LLETT gfWffi]  TORONTO. ONT.  1  ^"jvJ^*^^MJ^^*4^-'l,'i^wl,iHh,4,,'l'>'iHM^  *\*  t  t  UhB  CB=  S  NOTIOE.  Riding on Uwom'otives nnd railway'.cars' of the- Union Colliery  Company l>y any person ,,;r per-  Botis���������sjccept ruin crew���������i^ strictly  prohibited. Employees- r-.re<. sub-  ioc toilisraissul for allov .g same  By ordor  FttA>'< is 0   Lira k  M imager.  Wlien- ia .Cumberland  STAY   AT THE   iVEMjOME.  X&    All Oosvknii-nobs von Gujjstm  t Hayman & Maxwell, t  ? ��������� %  ���������f������', Proprietor.-. 4,  ^TEAMSTKKS, and DRAYMF.N 1*  . 4*SlN(]l*.l-.   mid   DOUBLE   RU-ST  *For HIRE. ALL ORDF.KSZ  .^l'KOMl'i'LY   ATTENDED   TO*  f" ���������matttm.-*'*mm*uar>mtiim\.ijiu,iiji ii*wr*mi-������>m>-^Ttvttja^aiaacavTO ***  13rd St. 0uuil)8rlaiid *J  4������ - '    '   *  -H,'t*-W',4-'i^H'-H,'i,4'4''i--H'-i'-i'ii  From   France,    Holland    and  Japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall   Planting  Kel.iable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  g^"!'lease note that niy  fruit trees nre  -nn jLji-.o.n   bom   imported   piece   root  grafts but  are budded on own growth of  selling, from bearing trees.  Fertvlizjers, Bee Suppleis,Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material,   Cut  Flowers, etc.  M.;J. HENRY  CrreesiIioMScfl and P. ������. Address���������3010 Westminster Knurl.  =Q  lelakifiQfa  ^ecessfuS  By CASPER 5. YOST.  MEHDIN'C* FAKILY .JARS.-Cut  Your Quarrels to Hue Minimum by  Tiryiafl Noi to Have Any at All���������Ai\d  Don't Put U't Over SWe* InJ������ (he  PvelruJerator For ToKiorrow.      _l*>  6=^  Vuv. B.Mi is Scrr-UKo with  Best Liquors and Cijjars  J. It. BA NNE KM AN.  ws__j^st.^A'KPir������k*am^t^*m^  JAPANESE  at a li.ivt Prico,'-  Wholesul0 aad Retail.  Swim: iud Clean <{H    iiy  Soibs '.' S2.65  W  Mug  Mo, 5 if uptown,.., .Ctunb rland B.  ���������      it.:.-:  mir*t.mm*a,m) /*���������'  JOHN McLEODS  FOR ichsst-cuss  CAXDY, KRtllTH,  CJIOAHH * TOBACCO*  Tnadb Marks  DcaiONe  Copvuiohti Ac.  Art-r-inonKiulliiff tultotclintiddo-iWIptlnH toitf    tain oiir oiiliiion frci wfiu    irubsblr pntcintiiu  ntlyoniitlilc  emit frno, olilimt nir  niiliil:lr nminriuin oiir <>|iliii������u f.uii wiiutlinr tin*  idnit !������ I'liihaliljr r        " ~   ���������tivwmnri ������I'liihaliljrpnlqiitiltilft.X.iMiiniiiiiK'rt.  tlminHiriotiyonnriiimuiHi. HAtlOROOK onl'nuiiu  unit froo. iJlilimt uitiincy fur noMtrliiii imtoiiu.  I'nioiin taken tliiutiuh Munn fel'o. roooK*  ���������tpttUil nolle), without olinruo, in tlm  Scientific Mim  Ahwrtunriiot/ tlliii������tr������t8i1 tvnohlr. tJtr-wit dr.  (mintlim nf my arlnnttiic Jmiriml, TunuH, |������ u  twin fourmonllin, (M, fiolU byui) jioi/niln/ilmj.  MUNN S Co.3BvBrMd^' New York  tmmgMtmmmmmmmeammemm^  NOTJOJiro hereby tflveii tlmt, !M dnyH  nftor ilnti'i I intend to upi ly to tlio llou  Chief Commtoloimr of IjiiihIh nnd Worlii*  for 11 llcouot) to iirocpnot for t������������il find |iot-  rolouni on (lio follouiuctKHcnbt'illiindH;  CommwH-iiriff at n jiumI I'luiilcd ul tlin  norlli went doi-iu-r of tho riidinn Uuwvo,  known un (ho L'ontlodfjn IihIIuii HwnirTO,  biiiiifC Bciilion Itl, t't-imtx 1-iiitiii-t, con  tniniiiK M) iioroit,  Di.t.i.1 atb dt.y n'Clntnhei*. 1007,  AIJjAK I'UUVIR,  K, llomiMi'N, A-annt  NOTICE Uliuroby uixm thnt, ������0 dnys  ���������nftor duto, I itttond. to tipply to tho lion.  (Viinf <'ommi������dim������r of LiitutHntul U'orkt*  for ti liaunoo to pro������i������cot for oonl nnd jiat-  rol*nm on tho fullowlni;tlo.^orllitjd liuitls;  Coinmoiicliiy lit n jiost pliiiilt'J on the  buiioli al Iho noiUi-ou4 ooriu.<r of tho  Iiiilinn   Howrvo lit   (k������mox  Hnrbotir,  known im Hwitloii 4. Comox Dlitriot, bo-  HM ltd  ludiun   Ki-i-iw,   ������-.iiitiiiiiii.������  to*'  ���������orfifl,  D4ti������U the 8th d.ty of (>i'tol������or, luuV.  "* 11. C*. .IlKHNAHUv  ���������K'*,*i*je[Jt<mm%x**mtx-?m^ tittxdOi^a-rmmem'X.'AAri^  a imy-mff imfmmmm^r-mm.      ������������������ i    ������������������   i     ��������� am     i    .���������  ������mn      n m -i   ���������   ������������������m,|.,miiw.'������i\'inun������i.a������|  x       M        t*-^ss^   ?���������  w  clubbing mm  THE  ernHomeMoatMy  AND-  Thc'Cumberland News  mis^^3^^^^LiM3^^^^iz^^^^s^^mm.  '   The Two for "One Year for  ,mJr.QQ  iaa/a__~_-  Tho Western Home MontWy has long been recognized as tho  greatest illustrated home mugscne at. Western Canada and is rsid by  over 35,000 (a-nilies every month.  It contains a wealth of leading ficli >n, editorials f.^j mra and  women, able articles on leading subjects, v/hile its ose dozen or twie  departments, under specisl slanrlard headings, ara interesting and helpful o lhe members in evety home cirde.  Our subscribers are urged to taVe advantage cf this  SPECIAL OFFER f/OtV  ADDRESS ALL ORDERS.TO OUH OFFICE  ICopj-rlght, 3.SC7. by Caeiper B.,Xvsl]  Y DEAR UTTi-Ti G1RI���������A  gj little while ago���������just a littlo  vvhiie, lt r-oonia to mc, Utougli  It may BtHMn ryjes t������ you,  vrhcii you were ft little bit of a child���������  I used to take you on my knee In tho  evenings by the..firelight nnd tell you  ���������stories. Sometimes" they wbto just to  eutertulu you, but some other times  tliey had lessons li'ddon in their Bt'.gar  coats. Now, 1 want yoti to Imagine  yourself a ha by girl ngnln and that  you are cudulk'd up la iny lap, with  your curly, golden head nestling  against my shoulder, and tivat I rrm  toiling you the p.tory about--tho two  kings nud tlie b- 'tennilk pall. Per-  bnps'you don't tv lernlser the story ot  the two kings and the buttermilk {jail.  Well, dearie, keep yoar head right  there on my shoulder, and TH tell lt to  yoti now.  Once upon a time there were two  khiffs. pretty good sort of fellows as  kings go, hut tboy were both trem-en-.  dously  fond  of  l-.uttt'.raiiU-i.*    One  ot  them liked it so"'well that he liad a:  .pail made for his "neclal uso that was*  tltc wonder of the world.   It was bam-;  mered out of pu?o gold, so bright and  shiny that wben it was hung out to  air the Bun hurried up -and got bobtod  a cloud, and it w set with diamonds  aud rubies as big ns walnuts.   At-fast  Its fame reached the other king, who  had l)een contentedly drinking his buttermilk out of a ren cent tin pail and  wiping bis rooath on his shirt sleeves.  A...u c;',\)<_ now and have your subscrip'oii date from now   un   t  t the lt.i1 of next year, Decern''er 31st,   1908.  CA N A DA'S   C,R15A.TKST  NURSKRIKS.  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOlt  '   OUMMMLANl)  to. soil Iliyh CliiBii .Nfirisory nkndi  in KruitB nnd Omaniontuls biro;*  ost list oi! new flpociallioa ovor off-  oi-oil. Sturt now at best selliuo  Boiwoii. I^icuiicetl by B.C. CJov.  ormuciit, to noil in tlio Provinco of  Britirili t)oInmbia. Hiy indneo.  niontfi, Liboi'iil I'ay, Jlnndf-oino  Vroo On tli t, 'JVi'ikii'y lix-iKurvwI,  write for tonus mid Ouhiloouo, nnd  nonii 25o for our aluminum pii.-kt'f  tiiioroHcopo [Ma^nilioH 4J tiinoHJ  and 8()������ for our handy biiw, jus  tlio thing for triiiiiiiing tivos [cut-*  iron an woll an wood,]  St oue& Wellington,  Foiithill .Ntirsoriorj,  (Ovor 800������oroH|  roUONTO     - -     ONTARIO  MSSmt  ���������mzsss^xozssas-  KOU BALK -  Tlio sphindid rcsidoi'co of Mrs.  J.   l!no,   2   Lots,   8    Rooniod  IIoumi.    rnfiiriiii*ht'il or Fnni-  . - ishwi.    ,l';yiw on H|ij>lictitioi'. to  tho   Cumberland   Real   Estate  AgOIK'y.  0ai_*mrrw**m tn^rtAmtv*-tv.i^Taa*Wmnwm  HMW'Wm'IIWIUrH'JWI���������n  V?  fa ���������i/*-\%m^}  Dominion  Hotel  Victonlo, B, C,  Tlm llatoH aro Lower than othor  !',; ,1 .:!:������  ' !."-���������*������������������'*-���������     "'tt\\    i\f.|.mtiu.  tlntion Siipurior to inany,  Hooiiis with or without bath.  American I'lau   $1.00   to ?a.fi0.|  .  jiur day.  Ktiriijifiiu   1'lnii.    UnL-nifi  ub!),  .HO to f1,M), por dny.  &*J.\m        ' iThe HUPS0N8'BAY CO  C"*">A'V^'^���������K'?v'Hm~ ?-^'v** '���������* :  ��������� ,*M<������*\. A*A,,,_ 'Ax  : ., ������������������;-���������%;,- :\-. ��������� y:--'":,"-"i,'\  ':'t^i'&A-ASi-''^'ir-\  r-*������H *-W ^*4^ y^-i * A***}*, lyj,  bAi.RY*I.'jH������;':'-!  ^���������';A *f\ahf'H^AA0^  <t%'?���������$m'W''m  L. * f  OUil^.i.  "lid, Jw," he cried, for he -was full of  bnUcrmiUi,  ond be straightway fell Pick with onry.  80 be Bent ppeclal measougers to the  firnt king's oomt to try to buy tbo  wonderful 'bid term Ilk pull.  lint the find kins biig-hod tlieni tt������  ecorn. "Jla, ba," he cried, for ho wiw  full of buttermilk tind vniJnjfJorlQMn,  "go tell your craven .kins to stiok* to  tin." l>o tli?y di'p;\!'le;l, Ami when  thoy had uuido tli-.'Sr -Jificlnl report nnd  (Hod tliolj' expuir'o ucioiint tho biw.m  kiii^' .I'.iiiiiv.'il out of b!-i r.vr.l bwl iuu!  Kic-Kc-d hfa royal pajamas out of the  window. "Gadsooks," he cried, "let  me at hitn." So they went to war.  And when tbey had fought for years  and thousands of goQd rnea who  cftuldn't afford buttermilk and didn't  like it anyhow had been killed the  first king called a truce, and they bad  a parley. "By the way," said the flrst  king, "what did we start this tow  about?' "Blessed if I can reuiember,'*  paid the second king, "but, whatever tt  was, you're another." "And you'ro another," said tlie flrst king. So-tbey.'  wont at lt ayain, and after tbey were  lidth dead from appendicitis cr rheumatism or something lllie that lt wus discovered that tlio second -assistant lord-  of- the poultry yard had been ttstng tb������  golden buttermilk patl to feed the  chickens for tho past twenty years.  Vcjur Uitle Disagreements.  It's hardly nccessarj- to say, rsy 6cox,  that I nm not tellinrj thiH story exclusively   for your  entertainrnent    I  don't know whetlier -you B������e the point  or not, but It's there, and I am moved  to uncover it by a little conversation,  tserapa of which I ronld not help bnt  bear na tbey floated ow.- the back of  the car scat ln front of me this morning.   It wns just the rapped end of a  family quarrel, an-'Insignificant Httlo  Bpnt...twtween0a youa,ir ".nan nrid  hia  young wife, but it carried my thoughts  to you and William.   Of course I kaow  you never quarral, and e\-eu if yoti did  you ar������ too well brerl to do ft In public;  1 can hear you say this, Mitb a toss of  your pretty head nnd a retrousse cur!  of your dainty nose that ou������bt to ba  either tempting or exasperating to Bill,  according to the way be feel:*.   All tba  sa-me. little girl, unless- you and he have  got yoar dnrloutas and been measurad  for your heavenly uniforms 1 nm satbv  fied that you have your little disagree**-  meuts.   And I don't blame'you at all  for tbat   Wo are all more or less tinman, niyl no doubt, lu order to keep  things   from   getting too   tnonotonoaa  down hore, the good Lord has'so.: arranged matters that no 6\vo of us can"  always have tbe same aplntons.    You  con see at once, cant you,y wriat a  dreary place this would W ft, .ma A&  ttiougbt nllkeV Wliy. we'H AA xeenr ������-���������  nrtly tbe same kteS of Hftrfbt*, l*xm *h>  housc-s the snrrje f?if������ find tAbHS eat  the same food, and tlT&r* iswriditH ho  nMythrns ai all to- taTk alsowt.   tbt&n  flilTeroiK-et-i of <tfrinlbn are Just ne n-at-  ���������urai-^nd-pretra-blf^lust-fis-fTpq^i-flaLJu^,  vour house aa in your uext door neighbor's, and rjunrecls are merely disagree-  menta gone to seed.  A little quarrel now and theu isn't  a; bad thing In any family. On the  contrary, my dear, it bus Its virtues.  TlomesUc lll'e la too rikt iy lo- be->mu  hunidrnm If lt hi nU dwi.-g nn 1 ui'.lluji.  lt needs splco. Hot jv.jit a phu-b. 1U-  tie girl, just n vdncli, You know what  delightful spice cake your wot her  makes. We'll, now. Hupimso she should  make n mistake and put In as much  Bpfce as she does (lour. Wouldn't  bo lit to eat, would It? That's  just tho difference. As the good hook  snys, a littlo leaven leu ens the whole  lump, but you waul m bo mighty  careful nbout gelling u>o imich ..l.oareu  ln. If'B bo 0,-iH.v in gn ioi) far, parliru-  ���������lurly In tho mniter of family. t)ii:irrolB,  'Jlie best way to liold Uv.mu dowu to  tlio vight pre|������ortic,i'.!< is by trying burd  not to baro any at all, Bolng bniuan,  jon probably can't do it, but tlw mero  effort will nerve to keep thom from  jumping out of Uie spi'-e box Into tho  Hour bin, ro that when 1 sny solemnly  and wllh parental sti ninoi-n, don't  qui)mil, I iiH.-iiu don't tiunrrol anv of-  tener tnan you can possiWy nerp.  Mako tip f^tyicWly.  ; But when you do quarrel���������and this  Is the meat in the eoeoanut���������when ypn.  do quarrel, make-  fiu Aiwcs.   ^������^.  kTM������S   FOR   Vfy*/'  1 "Rir������ROOW.  it    up    quickly.  Pon't let tt drag. ;  Uon't put It bick,  iu the refrigerator and'warm It:  up for tomorrow.-  Have  it out  at  once and then���������  forgot it.  That's,,  the quality that  makes tbe Utile  Hunt put tt tn thc rc-tllts   between  frUjcrnior. husband a ���������i.i  wife batsmless; that's the gentle, art  of forgojhlug. (-.ne of the uupvlect:-  eoaplcsjl over know was oki Jeiry  Palmer'and his wife, who used toi*  live just jiro!!M<l (he comer from ms.  I reaUy believe tbert' never .was a, dny  that they did not have a quarrel, and  I am just as con-tideut thoy nsver had  tt on their nil;,d'=*. wiien (hey Aveat ro  uleep. 1 mention tbom just to sbov  the possibilities of.'for/jettlnjf, not as  an esaw.p'.e for you to follow���������not  by a long shot Pal-.ner and'his wtfi>-:  wera exceptional (.uses  Tlvey w-ere a gotxl deal like some  M������>;!e;ins< who won't eat strawberries-  tlnioRfi tbey. are pea-tonerl ^Htlt red'iwp-  per. Their daily.life had to be.',seasoned red hot. Stieii a diet, mental or physical, is unhealthy for n'rvMr.'-nfee our. c!  a hmit'rp.d ir.!tr:-icd oouplus,' nnd yoli  and Bilk I'm pretty sure, belong to ���������tiie.  nliwrty-nlne. So I. cay, try not to have  any family jars at Al, but whon there  la "tiny broken crockery around tiie  house mend it (be saine day beforo .ik>  lights go out., Then your qu.-irro'ls wiiL  lie like little summer Honda that obscure the sun f������r awhile, but. makti it  Bisem all tho iM-irhtc-r when thev pass,  There is nothing nni-?h'sweeter in-lift-..:  iny dear, than tbe suttburst of love and  trust which follows a domestic shower  ���������that is, if the love and trust are there  and undimmed. '���������-.,'  '     When Quarrels Aro Nursed.  The trouble is,  my dear, that too  rntens quarrels are not allowed to pass.  ir,.** r-\V"V \   j_Wk&r?AA^&-r 0  ik&jSt   ',       V ���������   Jb,  i ���������   -m  &  ���������h.*i- C^mi  t ii'i.   . Xu^.     - ,m*t*Mlt  I!   ��������� ���������,'*' '���������+W''i('t,.  ,.   ' W<<mmVft,  1 :' * ��������� t ���������, ,vS  I . ' ��������� , I. 1 > ll-1' It  I - ���������  '*"��������� vftL-*  !���������;,:   i^wjwi4  ��������� *     '���������   Ja m '   '1  !>"��������� .        *" ������������������- ifrr'r-lT^tA  &  ri :i;������-\\  ������. "'HA'A  f 1  <������*���������&   ft  ���������mj^ih  ttOVCUltpimOM l-W It'll tiler.  He&teh Wiii������kie-������i  Sole  Acents (ui B C  y  Mend tt .the same day.  Like prize chickens, they nro fed and  nursed aud petted and grow stronger,  and Iinrder to kill every day They ura  drawn" out���������It's qtmrrcis I'm talking  about, now, not ciiielietiK���������they ani  drawn out day after day until lorn  grows tired and ;-ilip������ out the froni  floor, never ��������� perbnps to reiiini. Aul  all for what? .lustt a iMtie tot) mudi  prldo, just a little too much stlffnon...  rjf tho neck, just n Utile loo much  domed fool tdubboi-uno-m. Tlnit'R It.  "lie's wrong, and 1 won't give In."  Ibnt'B vljnt you nay. No doubt tbat>  what lio Bays. And no yon go on with  the comers of your moiiltw turned  flown nnd the ends of yonr uo.--et liv-v  eii up, fwrltU'-  Imr all that ia  good and true-  und iHituHlfnl fa  life for a litittor-  nili;*: llnll I>*  ymi get tito pot'lt  of thill story  now J ),rut:tl'vt������  ly all iiuini'i'lu.  |)i>i'tli.n)������r)y t'u*-  iilf*: tie otK-H, n*;o  lll-ntlt      I'Olllpai':!-  im* 11 iiles, last  th>')' it re too iif������  (I'll     Cilt'led     il  until the red  ciikki- In for< i  leu mul in I*.  W pliiin If 11 IV'l-  tuni ni)l)ig,,r.i*...  onfofi't'. iu������   s .'  ^llliHlrl*';-!,;      ti*  tlwimijer of li u  ptneaii fttul ohlof coniiurtiluiinr of *'������:������������������  itllfH for tbe dlvor-i* MittltH,    tttt, t.i"  JllMe  Itlrl,  on-trr"'  ll   j-m   tntint.   Ir I  (Joit't ltd It drug, dii)>'i lot it dnitf!  Hut, you may proienl, It ��������� ������'iyn ilnng;  H>nt JM!rt, iiiim;-* one >-iu'i for-jet ,*<  l-tflljt. IUiIm,'!'. I j!'-,iS m. Jlut.  tuy deitr, l'U t-i-t tny "'A p,,t\v lm-,  Dgalmit n ftfti'.ll boyV oo, t.rtUnlfo thu  Whnt he ioi.m t<> V'-i ��������� 'Ure so*'������-'���������������������������*  Hlmp  ioiiijiiii'i il  to   \v'' *i  yi it  nty   t,.  rshmi, Al!>..-  .',.,��������� t,.*-A-.  ki \\\u jt-oi'o e'    to et lb ��������� nivmltmn li*  tko trial'of  V'-ron  TlMwttn*������H  wlnvj  rootrt of Hiono engnftctl lutd gittlwrt-d   1  \bo nnlorootn ijr, I'nt'i uliiliceo tip nil  doum tlio room In bin pedantic, po.-.i*  IWrita trnr, i;������������wll'-'r out prnU������'- nf   '������  fp������BCtt������i of Vox and Hhot-irlnn, Inn wh-  Ing Xfft n wo-rd about lUirlie'w.   Uiwl i������,  fltnaltlvn at thin omlmiloii mul tiumt   *  tor tmmo eonmnm.billoii from tLe ttn* t  nutborlty, could tit laM contiiln bimm'if I  no longer nud burnt ; titi  "rwtor iildn'l yon litre mr upwliv  "No,   KUiuuixl,"   r������fini>-Hl   Ur    I't ���������*-.  enlmlv  ������������������vlnt; Uln  ���������ni-lt.il  q'tii-iti.Mi ,  "Yonr tpii>iii win opT������,Y������-������tHt wllli rr������ ' THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ii      1 ���������fiii'iliTW-ja ^giiii 0|T|| MmiLJI i   ll   ...  "Ill Wi'  1  z>Chvistmas   Greeting  &j i\u.������ rbis Cbristmas be a ftavp&'bne to gou,  ixippy to many more wbeae ibappiness oepenbB  on sou, so mag cacb I!>car be ILmppfer tban tbe  'last. i  IW*W���������W���������WWW���������W���������WMMM** ������������������m^*mtm*-mmmmmmmmmat*tmm,���������MWW^'i^M^^  Stodqbrt, the Jeweler.  LAN-DACT.  Victoria Land District.  District of Rupert.  Tuko lotice that, I Otk Davis, of Everett,"- WiiphiugTon, ���������U.   8.   A.   occupa*.  ion logger, intends to apply for n -special  timber licence over the following describ  ������d lauds:���������  Commencing at a pt. t planted nbout  Semites distant end in u north-westerly  direotion from trie mouth of Salmon Riv  er and the west boundary of Lot 301  Vancouver Island in tb* .*outh shora of  Johudtone Struits and 10 degrees south  ot West of York Island and 22 degn-js  weBt of south of Jesse Island there-.*-  south forty chains thence weat sixty  chains thence north forty chaina tuei-.i-e  west eighty chains thence north forty  chains more or lees to beach thenee bouU.  nas*orly along beach to place of commtn,-  LiejQgnf_anijl containing 6*0 acres more o-  ���������E-6. ���������������������������ti .  *   OXLH   'DAVtS.  Sruk-.-d &ov������tiibcr 23rd, 1907.  J'ttkr. notica that I, Otis Davie of Ev-  t,-A,t, Washington, TJ. S. A., occupation  h_f-rr. iotendfi to uppiy for a special  .limber licouco over the followingde^;. ib  "/j   !-,;tldi*: -  ���������' -.niavvtioi-rtj? at ft post plauted about  -yj���������:> i.e.; ono Iml' 'rales narth wcsterlj  ���������'���������:-.���������-.; fCvfj, Aii) ���������-���������'������������������.y.itu of Salmon Itivei  :���������.,���������.���������;��������� '..*.;������������������-���������".-���������/��������� boundin'j of Lot 304 'Vuu  y... Wa iAt.t;u1.������nkae south shore oi  A-'- .ioria Btrtiit.H due bouth of Jon** I*  i.i:.-i- i.iieno--) souih forty ubiiins tln-nc  vc;:;; f.rty o!iui������h thence north fi.-i-t;  -���������!���������. ��������� .;..' iia-oco vest oi|*bly <iviuis l.lit-iu:  norJi for'7 .���������.bums tW.ice wost tori:  ch: A nrt '*v>n,������,vnorLb forty obains moro o  .i,.*v,i to beuoo thenco southwostorlj nlow  o ;t.������li to plitooof <!o.ji!5.o"n;oinoat eonii-u  ii*K .;<!(' ttcrob more or hna,  Otih Davis.  {���������'taked November 28rd, 11*07.  ��������� 7-12  ,i    .i-rf.t I.)  y:<f��������� are illled from  'j* i :���������n  t...oy w.-ro .list  ;', t������' to oi,di;,' with noods both now  ,md nro, irmiijrod In nr-llstic nnd  i.ttiv.ntivu u.uuui.-r to cutch tho oyc,  inci i'nttilly, of cotirHo, tbo dollar,  lU'ust of tie wlndowR present aniont  ,.:  j.,,...,ii      iij*;,.*..:ui.Lo,   u't.d   in      111  dopirtiuonUi    ablo insto, skill    nnd  ability tins hoot) bruiiirbt to hour up-  oa tliu triniiil'ig and r;-.*:-n-i-nt mlnM  tion nf tho most, wondorful array oi  Kuoilh moHt  tfjiiiptinirly displayed to  tbo wii/.o of tho proHpor.tivo buyor, A  ������������������ii'Cint,  of  tlio  illiTr������n.*rit plucofi of hit-  ���������.H.,'-.  ,.   in a'  da.v.-j it^o Hltowcd Bin  ��������� *-'    i i.m."'     to     nttrnct Ciirlstnmn  ti'iiitii.      iriu uiiin-hunt  nut hud     tbu  ! oni, of wortlN to kis.v n.iout tlw rtiiti-  of    buslnoHn    durliiK     tho piist In*  months,  and ph tho upending    tlmr>  drew iimirtr, thn utont. delightful an  tlcipiitloiiH of it  fut blink account on  (Jhristiniir, dny.     Of courHO thoy all  hud on     tliuir holiday suillo    whim  "tho nmn on thu xvlntf" called    a  round, but whim Vuty fount! ho wi,i  not on a  upending tour, but ono of  inquiry, etc., tnoNt o( tbum KtntiKh-  totii'd up and u.-uminlnw; un uir of lin-  Tmrlnnrn   si������ni?iitd i-rciiuratl to     in������������t  llm wiwrwiH nf tlm I'ttproiwntiUlvo    ol  tho fourth (ntnto, itno wuow m Hhiti  way thoy Intonilnd to bo Uio banuftic-  tor^i of tlm public tu tlio tow daye t���������  conin,  At,n T. K. IUTW.  t������������ok I Iwn from his bu������y propara-  tioriK to nwit-o hU storo appear ur-  tlnlli: to talk. TreuUi wan miurly  double what it wait lunt year, at tha  satnn timo, nnd en hu hnd double th.-  ���������ttnrk r������t  loys nloni?  with ft  RwniTnl  ���������������tO������k,   )iO   Wllh   lUiipnri-il   lO   HM'ul.   thi.'  duuiaiidn of the rudill". V.r.\n*etn-  limit point Unit tho bulk, if (lot all,  nt Ma Xtti������n Rood* wilt he jrono on  Xratw Evo, Ilo I* botbar *ll������ to  .display hia toy" thin y������*r n* he ttotni  tlic public. He was not offering any  intlucements to buyers in the way of  prizes but had marked his goods so  that oiic'i buyer received special value for'his money. He does not t'e-  lievft in olTering a premium to pur-  chusers to buy on credit, as it is. an  injury to business, and the customer aw woll, but by marking his goods  down each customer received the benefit instead of a few. He claims  his present prosperity is due to being able to. do a cash business. By  way of varying the conversation, he  believed it a good Idea to revive the  Doard of Trade as during the short  time the Hoard was acthe it did a  ^ood wort.  Mr. iiuto has lately become a  thorough convert of advertising and  h ,s an extensive programme outlined  for the coming year, and of course,  lie mafic the News man blush when  tie told him thut advertising in-the  News was the best medium in the  district.  He intends to  open out very     ex  tensively in the furniture ]Ine~in"���������tBe"  near future, so great is his confidence in the future prospects of the  little city,  SIMON LISTL'i-t &i CO.3  interests as last ' year, arc presided  over-by Mr. J. T. l^dstone, the genial niana^w. who wns delighted to  talk aliout thc-store decorations and  the magnificent business ho was do-  infr. The storo was oven moro beau  tifi.illy decorated than last year with  mottoes and eeas..nnblo greetings  Mover In the history of the storo has  the stock been more up to date and  tho supply of gMods moro suitable to  the !''**.:.!k of tho customers. Extra  clerks iuul been added for Christmas  trade"nnd every endoavor wns boing  made to keep up tho high standard  of quality in tho grocery department  and ovorythlng in tbo Chrl(tmas lino  of groceries was frosh nnd should bc  tempting, All tho luxuries of tho  sea-son wero thore.  Jlusiriess was good��������� onpoclaIly cash  hurdii<;sK~ nnd on tho wholo double  of whnt it waB a fow monthB ago,  and thia was indeed tbo banner year  in the history of    tbo    storo's buui-  J1C.HS,  Toys��������� a docldedly flno lino of toys  was ch riled and came direct from tho  factory and tho majority of thom  manufactured eipoclnlly for tho liltf  Store trntlo, thu������ enabling toys to  bo -sold ut a much cheaper rnto and  liHti'r vnluo given than otherwise.  A liandsiiino present waH to bo giVun  uwny on Christmas ovo, ISvory pur-  r.lwiMir of a dollar's worth at goodB  ���������cash or credit���������entitled tbe pur-  edinter tu ft chance for the beautiful  d"ll. Thin, together with tho very  tiniiilMiiiii, lino of AuHtiiun and BwIrh  iMikiT-, and glitHH wnro, sold nt a  lower iiHt than ovor boforo in tho  city K/i.>u)i| proxo n groat attraction to tlio custairior* donl ing nt tho  Hig  Ht.Ti'.  Thu managor hlntod that early  ni'xt yci.r tho storo was to bo ro-  niorluiir.il nnd reinilntod In tiuoh a  iniuini'r as to make it one of thn  moNt tiuxliirn iriorss north of Vlctoi-  (ii.  Tin. manaRinr nlsn wish-as tho  N-wh t*. state that ho thanked nil  i.mim- un,* fmu t,*:t;ii '���������>'������������������ ���������'���������'!'-   ���������''"���������  ��������� *' i-.'. .,.��������������������� In Do J i������"1 und nn-  M'/'i-.-i iiiriii and tho public that    tho  ��������� ������������������-!;��������������������������� '-���������'. >;httorwar<l trontment will  li1 airoi>,|<,,| custonrors of tho storo  in tl i, fiit'irn.  liuvu iirnveitnd out ������lnco Inut season,  hu luv purchoMd thn business tnr-  i ui, |.y Mooro A Co. Tlw  ��������� I hearted mnnagor, Mr J.  Aho Is tho heart and ������oul  11,wis these days. *a������ so  1 Thr-t New* r������|������orter hnd to  an IntorvifHv, ������n<l tlu-n  'iiiNttd It to tn������t two min.  i- a very b������������y ���������*n tnB**  mnw wfti ruihlnn and lha  ���������oil nnt'etlnd w'tH     thfi.r.  threo nnd four times as much as last  year. Customers cun now get anything they desire in the grocery, dry  goods and boot aud shoe line. Particular uttenUon was paid to the  grocery department, and the claim  was made that it compared most  favorably with that of any store do-  int? business in tho city or district,  and the customers were increasing  every month. A large line of Xmas  dainties were carried.  In the dry goods department particular attention was paid to th;fc  which would be called for at this  season of tho year. Some silk  blouses that would attract special  attention at Christinas dinners were  mentioned, and had been ordered di:  rect from the old country,  A fine lino of toys have been open  cd out, and as the prices are right it  was expected that they would be a  special attraction to their customers/*  When lt is considered that the  store was run by this firm since tho  beginning of the year, ono wonders  how such an extensive business has  been built up as to .require larger  premises, and it is the present inten-,  tion to increase floor space during  the coming year. ��������� i  The butcher shop, run by the same  Last year Mr. Peacoy's Christinas  stock arrived some lime in"ii..rch,  about three months after tho busy  season was over, but this year he  is ready to servo the public in utmost anything that they require in  the lino of. new books by old authors, Christmas cards, chi.*dren'a  story books, Teddy beurs. mirrors  (handsome ones)) and many other  attractive articles that are in demand this year, and no one purchasing goods here to send to frk-nds at  a dis banco need fear that they aro  not up to date.  MAYOtt WILI.AHD.  owns the only saddlery business In  the district, and does a good business tho year round, principally with  thc ranchers ol Comox Valloy, Ho  has a fine stock of harness, whips,  trunks, valises, rugs, blaui.ots, etc.,  nud prepared to supply his numerous customers.  With him business is first cl-.-i.ss,  and every bit as good, if not better  than last year. 'Mr. Willard's trade  wouid be the envy of many a htora  in the samo line iu a much larger  place, as the Comox farmers are satisfied with only the best.     With  T.  IX  McLEAN  business is good, and he is well pro-  pared for the Xmas trade.     Ho snys  firm, is doing a   fine business,     and;110 has <������ complete a   line of watch  large orders have been given for turkeys and geese for  Christmas     and  es,  clocks,  jewelry, plated wave,  cut  glass and leather goods as any store  tho New Year's dinner.     The   News ,this sido of Victoria, and tho pii.es  main feeling that ids two minutes  were up, ordered his New Year tur-  key and by Lowing three times politely, took his departure to  STODDABT, THE JEWELER,  s.:i<.!..'Hi...-rttri* bti.,iueRS i as curded on h  campaign against the big cistern departmental stores.      Very  seldom, in  range to suit all customers. He carries at least 50 per cent, larger  stock than last year and expects bis  share of the public patronage. If  experience and residence in the district is any qualification in knowing  how to meet tho Xmas demands, Mr.  McLean should be weil prepared.  He  a place the size of Cumberland cau!was the first Jeweler in this district,  people go in to a most modern jewelry store and buy. anything, in demand J n the jewelry line, cut glass,  solid sn^r_goo(!3, and diamonds. Mr  Stoddart claims he sells at^lesT^iinr  eastern prices. This is a greut con  venlence to tlie general public as  they are ablo to seo goods before  purchasing them.  Asked as to. how ho could sell  cheaper, ho st.ited that expenses  such as rent, and    taxes were lowot  having     arrived some twenty yoara  ago.  Ho   '-intends   opening up in a 'new  lino in the near future, when duo no-  t ice-lti 11-be-gi-vcn-the-pubncv ���������  C.  H.  TARBELL,  This range's oven is rather...  larger than seem3   -^^*  [ necessary, but you'll  like the extra room,  since fit takes  less  fuel   and  less fuss to do  better baking.  Oven    lined  with'heavy asbestos to keep  heat where it  belongs; top,  bottom and back  uniformly  thick.  m  ���������$**__  ������m$  F^'S'B^>v.'������5  \*rm  ���������?v?^  Bums Wood  or Coal  ese  tang*  ���������    - 'OR_  This drop-oven  door can't slam  down nor get wobbly on hinges,-patent check-spring  stops that. Oven bottom is double-perforated-steel loose  %tonl,������v?.r th? rcf1 ?ven bottom i level surface, always.  Way the fire door's built, and the special draft design,  make this the most sensitive of ranges to control,-  easy to manage, sure to satisfy. Coine and look it  wot,���������you've seen no range like ft-Jorthe money.  " GU8NEY FOUNDRY  ~~   LIMITED __ttkm^^ Toronto  Montreal Hamilton  Winnipeg Calgary Vancouver  For Saie by Magnet Cash Store, Stle Retail Agents.  mqm___________. i ���������._��������������������������� M- - ��������� -i ������i M_ ������������������      ..in in ���������  ������'���������������������������!'��������������������������� mmm* i ���������������������, ������������������-_��������� 11    -n |M ���������*���������?���������"-��������� f __ ���������.        ��������������� ������������������. i   ������������������      .  ������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������- ������r^-^*3  HE ROYAL BANK' "OF  Oai'ital. S3,900,000  Hrsekve, $-i,39(),000  Assets,   845,400,000  BKiv-sres, 38-2,400,000  finds business better this season thon  ever before. He is busy all the time  and.during the past yenr he has add  ed some improvements in the way of  line cabinets for shelf hardware, and  finds it a great convenience. He car  than "in'thecltv. a^d mTexpensivo \ ^ the best of cheer and warmth in  ,  , .     ,    ��������� . .���������.     "��������� ihis beautiful stoves and range3, and  catalogues woro to bo printed     no- ���������������      ,  _    ." ., ,     ..��������� j���������,i;,-_��������� has a   special     lne of pocket knives  posta.i'0 to bo    paid for the delivery. ��������� ,.*._*    -.-  K for boys;    and cutlery for the Xmas  tra ile.     Tho  COMOX. CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY  aro doing a   good business, but, when  ��������� the roportor    cal'od IWana-.-or Aitkon  '��������� -as out.     However, to show     out  j appreciation of tho hiirh quality    of  of these catalogues. Uo claims that!  although he has built up a profita-  Ule business ho hns not taken  buslm-SR n.wny from local merchants,  but bis volume of business has be*.*n  cnpturocl from what was formerly  sent to eastern catalogue houses.  Ibisincss was good this year.      It  had increased sinco last ymir to such  Christmas  goose carried, the man  tho wing, after satis*  nn extent that ho found it necessary '������'in������ hlmaoU that his order  to movo into larger antl moro com- for Ohfwtmaa gooso had not been  modious pren.iKOs. IK-had spent a- ovori������o^. mndo room for othor  bout ono thousand dollars in fix- , Purc,in8or������ "d f-assod on up to  turofl alone within tho last yonr    In j   . AI,D' J' N' McLEOD,  order to make his store moro     at- ��������� *ho WftS    B^������<-*- with the present  state, of trade and     future prospect,**  of hia business.     Last year ho donlt  only    in   Christmas candles, ol-gars,  tractive to tho     general purchasing  public.  Ik'lng a  practical workman, and a.  man thoroughly    yer ml in tho cost' lvnfl ,ru,tff but. Int(,J.v he has QlmeA  of manufacture of all goods In    Mb ' u'' a  vor^ co,"',loto ,ir,������ ������f *">������** ������������������������  lino, the public can roly on any arti.B,,O0B' aml ������ont8   ^fnlahlnRB and is  do    i)urchasod at    this store��������� tho  quality    will bo jiiftt as good, lf not  hotter   than   it   would   huve been if  purchased   from    out of town flrma,  antl tho prices In accortlnnco,     ���������*   v  cuntonK-r with a  bopi-fid oyo and his  hand    on hlfi |iockct book, apponrod  nt the door, tho roportor wondod his  way down to bro  A. II. I'EACEY,  who hns a particularly linn lino ol  porfuDiw.N fils your. Ills mirrors nro  bcftutla* and tho apodal lino of chocolates that bo carrion Is ouch that,  young ladleH onjoy oatlng aftor their  r������rr.-1��������������� bt. tw, iovi.������ ramf-0���������;-������������������;������������������:  dejtarttiro  very woll pleased with the patronago  ho has rocolvod. It is euch that his  present iiromlsos nro too small nnd  should his volumo of business koop  on Increasing ho intonds either Increasing his present premises or souk  ing now quarterm. Ho carries a  vory complete lino ot dolls and toya  which aro fnRt dlsnppenrlng. Aa ufl'  ual ho mak<on a apoclalty of choco-  lutofl and ovtra flno cigars and no  Xmas tllnnor will be complete without both.  OAJimVWmiih nnos.  havtt nddml to thoir bakery business  a  full lino of groeorlos and have ������o-  Tito Manager of tho Royal Bunk of Canada  will be pleased to. servo those  who*', beliove   in  Saving    Aloney  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  "iTiteresT^Vdded-Fonr^  A. B. NETHERBY,   MaNA���������  lrlWin������J^lffTI ll>^l I '      *���������"*       |���������^    !"������������������������������������������������������ II������*1WI.I   ���������M.M.l'm   <.������-������-l    III tn   *-^^m mm/mm ^mmW^mm~.^ ,.,.-, ,*m.mmtt>*..-l  r|   ��������� ,*���������    11  *1  )���������,,-   Tt1fn J> Ml  mm-mm*m*mm*r*������  mm* %**mm*m-mn***a*t*n-**m  *****mm������mmaam\  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  "gMta^   ���������'?���������"���������' ^"���������'-T*  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY!  SUITS OlRlDH TO   0??OB^ Jl^D  IN ANY STYliE YOU tUISR  PEHFECT FIT GUARANTEED, j  Prices From $20 to ^40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  O. H TARBELL  11(1*1-1,  ;  ronii  il g.  Sli-rtiii t,  ...   ,   .. ,  l.i,.,*.  t|���������.  fllrui.  *.i   *  on!;,  |.n.  Ut.*.,  I,,*  ���������Ill;,-;  I  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And ullKlTCHfcN  UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  nnd  Genera! Hardware  ir cun-  tomorn, At present they nro making preparations by onlurglng thoir  premises to rocolvo a stock of boots  und ������hoo������, whon thoy will bo bettor  ablo to ������ervo the public.  ������. UUNPEN  who doals In Xmas candy nnd hns  his storo an usual nicely arranged, Is  doing a moht satisfactory trade In  his linn. To Incronso It and still  ���������vivo tho public good valuo for thoir  money, ho In giving a nuinbor ut  prizes for Now Yonr's Day, and onch  purchnser to tho extent of 25 coats  In on til led to a  ticket.  ���������T,i-itr>lv ho owriort  on ten* nod cot*  toon and is woll ptaasod with the von  Tho splendid Porchoron stnlHon  "JITST  41T34"  (Color, Buy.   Weight, 187R,)  Recently purchased by the Co-.  mox Horne Breeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Columbus, O., will stand for service at  t he stable of  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  Tefma,   $3g Insurance  Mores sent from a di������tnnoe will bo fed  and onrod for nt rHiiBimnble rates till safe  Just Arrived  A fine Line of Plush   Rugs,  also Suit   Cases   suitable   for  Xmas Presents  to bu found at  Willard's  ^^rm*mw**mw*^*me. mm*-   mm  Haknhss Emporium,  CtuiiDcrland, B. C.  BUTOHBB SHOP  Do you warn a Clul-Uuiaa Turkey?  Wc will have the finest on the market.  Order from us  firm   h*  Co-operative Sociel  turo. Ho sayi "Wolcomo, Merry  Xman,*'  J, A. FRABKB,  tho clty't ton������orlal artist, mirchcuod  U,u hi.*',..,,... .,! P. TT Tn-oWr Irmt  .'ioijuiicr nnd hnn ifddod It lib h!������ own.  His trade lit (rood and ho in prepared  to srlvo Xman Hhavoi nnd hnlr cuts  at tho roumlar price, nnd thoy are  gunrnntond to mako ovory one of nlo  cutauiuow look wnut i,**l,  I jr.n.0OLUNB  Iii nlwayi n bu������y mnn, but hu domried  Ul������nv������������0umb8rlnnd nnd reildnln Vir>  tor In. Wn anderntand hi* fnruiture bru>  ln������wwlll btctUI earrlei] on far nome-  timo. Jloiiofforir������2t������ per cent off for  (���������nnh until ttie end of th* yonr, nnd thon  tlMlrinff hnraninn ahonld enll nround.  THE MVBBY STAMiBfl  Mr. J. Urydcn, and Maaara H������ym*a Jt  tnAttJwbtli  Campbell's  >TUKN0VER8, TABT8,  CHEESE CAKES,  FEU1T SftTJARES,;  2 Bete per dole*  CREAM PUFFS,,,,,80c doe,  I  MEAT PIES       ���������  Ev������ry Saturday    f  3 for 30c  BAKERY  mmmmmrn**., mmmmm -rn.,, n.i, >,s ��������� ��������� ��������� ,i*m*mmmr,.mm*,<-.m.."*mmmm .mtmmfm nm. mmm hiibm nil mi  FKTOKF. THE PHOWOBAPHEB  k In town to mnke a ipeoiilty of Xmni  pbotngmtih*.  A call on blm will be ornv  vlnoloK aa to bla ability to photograph a  picture of your own m) f.  K. AIDA  the JtpnneM and the only tailor la a buiy  man tbwo daya (or people will penriat in  baviao; tailor made ralta,  And altbongb it may bo nice to apend  money it ta * aad miaUko not to ban a  **?**R��������� .M*wwwM " %_%__Uu3$M,^


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