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Array ??i.*'-.V*>s4V. v; ���������  :*'���������;.  (���������pi-*-.  *���������*?.   .  i       m,,   ..������������������%, ,v-  \  ^l^-fZnAX.c..,y  jwmwe..  THE  A Journal Devoted Especially, toj  The News, Seventeenth Y*$ar;  CUMBERLAND   B. C.,  SXaXsXs&)������������ffXs^  At The BIG STORE  00  _���������  fin  f e are not showing all  lines of Fall Go ds.  lour Inspection Solicited.  ISIMONLEISER&GQ.,  ���������L I M I T E D���������  CUMBERLAND, - B. 0.  (���������)  ������  ������  ������QXs)@������������������<^^ ������)(^X2)������(SX5XS������������������^^  I ���������  ���������  ���������   ���������     *!**    ������ <  Olaqnet    Cash   Store.  FOR  _^  OHOEDSTS  ������*4ff  STOVES  'J*-     and  RANGES  CUOOD   /ind  CO All    ilR TIGHT HBftTSRS.  T  t EL BHTE,   (  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  a * ��������� ��������������������������� ���������������������*������<  t9??������99?^f???*^^*������9?#������$*?*������#<?*?#$$???^?**9  I  $  MEN'S FALL SUITS and RAINCOATS,    f  ;ii������t������Mia.������dV3aart������xnrs*.'  Masquerade  Bull.  '    -SU ,  The Youug Britons held their  anniversary masquerade ball on  Thursday last and all who were  present voted it a success. The  Cumberland kail was artistically  deeorated for the occasion bj the  "members and when��������� tilled with" the  happy -maskers, presented such gay  etyas has-seldom bean seen in the  city. Generally at a masquerade  ball the spectators are the happy  witnesses of many incongruities of  dress but on this especial occasion  there was an absence of that rowdyism of dress which is often marring of a masquerade. The suits  ou the whole were sufficient to  disguise, and keep people guessing. Tnere were also many beaut  iful-dresses-, and the judges must  have experienced much difficulty in  choosing the winner.  The following were  the prize  winners ;T '������������������ ,  Best Dressed Lady, Miss Mur-  dock* -  Best. Dressed Gent,  Mr, W, H.  Harrison.  Prize Waltz, Mrd. Woods.  44 Mr. H. Grant.  ���������~Be8t-NationaPfc3haracrer;���������Miiss-  Lili ie Grant,  Best Sustained Character, Miss  M-irian Webster.  Best Sustained  Character,   Mr.  W. Woodhus.  Best Hobo, Mr. H. Grant.  Best Clown, Mr. L Piket. District Deputy Grand  Organ-"..  Cake Walk, Miss  Carrie Piket 'izer Rimlirur the  Plntfoot Society  ffirst Anniversary.  ,-.'' On Thursday evening in the K.  of P. Castle Hull the Pythian Sisters celebrated the first annivers-  aiy of their Temple in a manner  which does credit to them as enter  tainers, and a society^ A grand  spread, fit for a king and his bride  was enjoyed. After this a most  excellent program uie of songs and  speeches whiled away the pleasant  hours and formed a most attractive part of the evening's entertain  ment.  - Benevolence Temple, No.f9 was  formed,oue vyeai" ago with a large  metnbotVnip ^vhich has 'increased  during the year." Grand*:"Cliief  Mrs. Neavo of Silver Leaf Temple  Nanaimo, was present .and spoke  on the principals or the'Order���������  Purity, Love, Fidelity and Equality and congratulated tlie Sisters  of Benevolenee Temple on such a  healthy 'membership,-' and complimented the members upon theex-  c-plk'iic work they were doing.  Benevolence Temple is the only  woman's Society in tho city and  during the past year its members  have been very activo in building  .np^the-tueuibership-auiL-strength-'  en iug the OrdeV by making' iht;  members more proficient in their  work, thus giving the Temple a  foundation of stability that will  make its influence felt in the community.  10 Feet Wider.  Decision of Navy^ Department  at Washington-Work ou  Locks Proceeds.  One hundred and ten feet is  the width which the navy department has finally fixed upon  as desirable for the locks for the  projected Panama canal. This  is an increase of ten-feet in width over the plans on which the-  commission is now working.  Work on the designs for the lock,  gates aud sluicedays.is advancing  steadily,   ������*��������� . .  We   have   just   received   a Shipment of Campbell's  Ready-to Wear Suits aud Raincoats  ���������*^"^ammmmmmmmaamm***'���������*������������������** ^>������������m ��������� ��������� ���������***���������nm w*m*mm*t**mm ������������������!���������> ini.nni m.w 'imiw ���������.wm���������^.rm������..i wim  Wc have secured the Agency for Cumberland of this  well-known Brand of Clothing  This is the most reliable aud   best tailored Clothing  mad* iti Cnnnd-v mi������������rjim1M fnr   RTVT.r*,    PT'P,    nurl  Workmanship  We have also 500 Samples to select from should you  wish to have a bun made to order trom this well  known firm .    ��������� ��������� ihi I   ,i.m    ,  J McPhee ** Sons  Mrs. Masters wires us from Naiuimo  t<>-'  day that Store will open for business on and  aiter Thursday.NovCTPhcr Jth,  _____________________________\  a 11 Mr. Andrew Gibson.  Moat Comical Lady, Miss Henry Bates,  Best Topsy, Master Willie Cess-  ford.  Tho attendance shows the popularity of the Y. B's especially- a*  mong^tho younger folks in the  city for youth and beauty was there  in ull its supremacy and grandeur  and the mem boris have every reason to shake hauls with themselves  on tjie financial aud social success  of the orent, nnd those present  who, if not in words, in thoughts  and actions voted the young men  royal entertainers.  An  Entertainments  A Mimical and   Dramatic  Entertainment,  Undor the auspices of tho Ladies' Guild of Hoiy Trinity Church  an entertainment will bu held  in  the Cumberland  Hall ou Tlmr*  day November 7<li.  Il will   con-  uist of ���������Jim Operetta ������M������������'Miity  nnd  the Beaut," "Clever Daddy'1 char  actor songs, iiiiim'c, etc,     Adnii.-.  sion 25 cents, Ucaerved  Seats 50  eents.   Ticket* for saiu at Peaeey*  J)l".V Stei'C !''",!*''  '  n '  L'l.'mjjjc'JH.'t) .'it H p. m,  in ���������  T  ,xt    *f <)l\  Hitch your busihess to an advertisement in the Nkws.  The Daily Scare.  Fire Broke Out in The Pal- *  ace    .Hotel���������Many  Cuests Narrowly Escape  New   Settlers*  Colony from Russia to be Settled  on Shorts of Arrow  Lake.  A deal hasju^t been completed by Col. Orian������ Clyde Cullcn,  travelling manager and diplmat-*  ic agent of the Poeple's Guild.  [Russian Republican Military association], for the purchase " c������  4,000 acres of laud located on the  Lower Arrow Lake.    This  land  is to be parcelled'out among  -a  Circassian families,who are brii;������  ing over some of their Arab \\ni  si's aud Angora sheep  and goal;*.  for brood purposes.  This is the first time in many  centuries that large bodies of Cir  cassiaii.s have emigrated. T'her  are a mountain people,, honest,  and industrious. If satisfied Lr-.  this province many tliousands at  these people will gradually follow  the group of families uow  com  ing.  Let's have oue cu   "grandpa/  <������*  Chicago, Nov 2���������More than 500  guests of the Palace hotel, Clark  street: fled from their rooms early today when fire broke  out  in  the basement of the hostelry. The  building was filled   with  smoke  and many of the guests had diffi-  Call OXl  culty in reaching the street, and   -^ .    ���������r  most of tliem thinly clad ' sought   g i\   H 3PGQ50lJ,  Tefuge~in=tiie~:storesniTeTiTl)y:   "    *~'     ,    ;,1     ^*~_==z=r_Ar^A  Courtenay  for your Horse-Shouug. -  For the information ofthe par  ties who wrote us regarding cer- '  tain business openings ^in ' Price for all horses, size uudcx  the city we might say that all No.4 $1.-50. Over No. 4 $1-75  first-class business ' houses have,  advertisements iu the Nkws- ���������    '  All repairs equally Cheap j  p:dd a fraternal visit, to Cumber  laud last. week. On his arrival  here he found no aundidutes ready  for initiation, all applicants having boon "blackballed" at a previous meeting. lie continued his  ffiik������riiul trip to Coinox .on 8otui\.  ���������'uy where the work \v������s -coiiforr-ad  on -several candidates and they  were reoeiwd into lhe 'fellowship  With due ceremony and eclat the  candidates aro now able to give nil  the signs and appreciHie tho priv  ileges of the society.  The society was organized 111  Campbell Itiver some months ago  where the president resides knowing that the good work is being  successfully carried on by the  MoetJWorthy Grand Organ four.  Tho society is now some two bund  red strong, with a very strong  branch in Cum berland.  ���������ffssansmH33aMaja*5SK*-  To Friends and Patrons;--  I will open'up  with a full  line of  Boots, Shoes   and   Oc?ntMiH  .'***-.'''  ��������� i r*r���������"������-���������������������������  ings  mm,..-.   .      mtttmwm  arid will be ready', fr" Hi ;V������������ ne  Pay Day s  \  -X  li  PAINTING OK McBKIDK.  Ml. C.  6,   Haich,   auiht   ui  Winnipeg, who is now in Victoria, has received a commission to  paint McBride as he is on a three  quarter life site oil painting, the  painting lo be presetted 10 him  at the opening ofthe Legislature  iu January.  RATS IK. DKMAND.  Rats arc worth 50 cents a fat-  en, dead, in Vancouver. The  City Couucil has decided that  these rodents shall die in order  itoh^doffthe bubonic plague. ���������  New Store in Town.  st  It was not likely that tho present good times in this cmup  during tho past fusv month* would  not uoe some new buAinesHiS opmi  up in tho city. Only a couple ol  weeks ngo wo fciiuouuced tho open  it:gof a new and up-to-dnte millin  tint establislunont in tli������city. Now  it In our dxxty ftwl'rdonntro to *\r\  iMMiHoa the branching out in Iiuui-  noflfl of Aid. Mcliond. During the  timo ho has been in business hero  ho hns made many friends who  will bo pleased to know thst next  Pay* Day he intend* to hnve opened out and ready for husiiiuss a  Hue line of the (tight -Sort nf Boots  nud Shoe**, and a Hue line of Gents  Furnishings snd is inviting  your inspection.  Thero it one thing the Nkws  is able to say and that is if he htm  his plans as w*ll inatnrt*i nt  tht* pttWiffty d*������rwrt������n#������������f h** w'tU  ittnke a success ot hi? tww Mveitt-  11 m. A good Htnrt 1.1 half rlie battle and ww aUialteutiun u> Uis new  sd.  Call aud inspect my Goods, wliich \  will be Right in Price aud Right iu |  Quality.  J. N. ricLEOD  Dunsmuir' Avenne,  ,eUMB!^U.AN^,'lC,  ���������^���������^���������^���������������������������������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f  ^ .!*!  Get In time.  w������iSNMj������w*vnw>'OTrimii������^r'  Buy in on 'the f*rr>,"~', F  1  1 *-  ���������**.<%���������*  Lots   at   $125.00  and upwards.  ly McliKst <11torn 1  oountfif thoir ������U|K*ifl*ir Hitunibn nntl������xo*i������tion������l vnlnn t;;  Timo l/>t*������ worn por������onii1ly aok-ol <1 from a ffiry ivtto nu^bor 00 tc-  ih  R. Rose ]<ic  *������������������  * 1  ii  who is In ihe city itndirillba \denan*l tf* fit ��������������� a.  w*rtter.1 ri- r...  tH������-n>.    H"i*xe \':*t,\ dlm*>n*4*it nf tm n\r,-���������,ly on tb" ���������n**'"-*  -.,-  i*tmh{  rn-reh'**'-* f.r1"    At nny tint ��������������� y.-nr text* r>re nn fw������f na f-M  ' I  Allft1^ Bl'OSt 54f> Wotiuin.skr Ave. Vancouver.  $  ll������MMHMM������MtMIMIMMMIMMMMi<M������il THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Iaeued Every Tuesday.  J.  A. Bates,  Editor and Proprietor.  .be oolumas of Tue News are open to all  (.Uo with to oxprena therein views oa mat-  '.tit* oi pablio interest.  While we do not hold ourselvei reipinti-  ��������� Ir for the uttorancoa of correspondent;*, we  * titi* the right, ol declining to inser*  c .nrxualo&tionB unnecessarily personal,  TUESDAY,    NOV.   5,  1907  ���������gjju- r    1 '..   ���������* mnw ,.* i  With this issue we make a,  1 hange which we trust wiil be  only the beginning of a series of  changes all with a view of giving  our readers abetter paper, wheth  trx we succeed or uo depends very  much on our financial support.  Our serial story "The Making  of a Successful Wife." Those  who have not read tne story before, will be able to enjoy it uow  The story is made up of a series  of letters from a father to his only daughter previous to and after  'marriage. Needless"the old man"  Knows it all even to" the.brand of  cigars the son-in-law should keep  in the house in order to enjoy a  good smoke in the evening,  COAL 'Prospecting Licences.  STOTICE ia heroby~grvon That7*"30~  days after dato we intend to apply to  t!i������ Honourable tho Chief Commis-  bioner of Landa and Worka for a licence to prospect for* coal nnd petroleum under tlio foreshore and under  tiie water and upon tho lunds knor, n  u.s While i'.iult Kts..M've, Oomox District, closer.led um lo'lbnis: Commencing ia n. post planted about 20  clmhui d-iA from tlu. west ���������ml of  U.ooso Spit, in Coniox Harbour ;  thonco north "80 chains; tlumco uunt  !.>0 chains; thence soutli-80 ..chuiiiH;  thence -west fit) c.hainn to place of  ���������mUiuuitisteomonti coniainin,',', about  ������'���������10 acroa, known'aa Claim Ko. 1,  ���������Dated   thiai-Wth.duy   oi   August,  1907.     - ."...;  VANCOUVER    COAL    J'KOSl'ECT-  ING. COMJ-'ANY, .UMITKI*.  I'.. lltKltjaon,  A-aent.  /"^M������������������������**W������������������������tl������*.*������*,^������-**-'>M^*i������������   -   -.H|.4>^WI(4tH.wt>.*- **rX(pl|  NOTICE ih hereby given that, M  ���������days after duto we intond to apply to  tlio Htuiauri-.blo tlio Chief Oomtniiv-  sioner of Luni.|;i and Works for a licorice to pronptfet for coal and petroleum under thu foroshoro und under  the water anil ur. tlio lands known ap  Whito Ututl MetK.no,. Comox District,  ilcsicfibod as fol'oww: CoinmciiciiiK nt  li post plrnted ut thn ���������iouUi-wcst  eornor of Clniju No, 1; thence went  HO chains; thonce. north about OH  chains; thonco c-uHtorly following thn  t-intlositiun of thu shoro line to thn  north-wc-at bouni'i-y of Clti'un No. 1;  thonce Ninth nbout fit) elm Iiih to  t>ln.c������ of commei'.'i ...* u ..U'liiiip,  about .100 cu'I'ch, nnd known an  Claim No. a.  Dated   thU 98th   dny of   August,  1D07,  VANCOUVKU    COAL    ritiVHIM-lUT-  JN<J COMPANY, LIMITIOP.  K.   lloiljiHon,   A (vent.  NOTICK, Ih hi'i't-by Riven thn, i������0  da>;s nftor iliilo we inti'inl to i.iyl.v to  tll������    Ilollolirillilit    lhe   Chief   '" .fix  nlonor of l<niiils nml Work* i'ui  a li.  vcnwi to |:r"H|wt for roal ami p-stro-  jimitt     undor    thn    foi-iiiiluirn     nml  ���������undor    tho      wider    and     on    the  liindd     in     f'omnx     llni'tumi,     den- :  trlbed nn follow-*:    Ctiiiunniiciiii; id tt  ���������jinM planted nt the Moiitii ee������l   roi- !  Iim of  Clnim No, li, mt lhii,.ij   "pit;  I  tl ������nco noiith  8n elm Ini*,;  thi'inn went |  liii cluiliiN  lo  ti;/   ;.1ioi,i  |on';   thi-ui'" i  ibinit '.Mt ci. a i un im.|Ui-wi).I.*i ly,   following  the MiuucftiUfK  of   tlm     :.!-,(.in ,  Iln*;  tln'iu'o north  Of, c-huiim; thi-iu-u i  iniMt BO chaina to pi nre of coiumcnr,*- ;  ntmit,    fi.ntitiirir    nhmit  (Will   nuvu,  .  known ns (Mum; No   ���������'<.  Dntiwi thin 'JNili tiny of Annum,  H'fiT.  ���������\'ANCOUVi;U    COAL    I'HoniM-JCT-  JN-0 COill'ANY,  LlMITl.ll.  li,  HuiIknoii,  A&i'nt.  NOI It h iii iii'iooji ,,t>i-u uiul, oo  lIll.VH lifter dale lie ilil"ii.l t>. ilp|<l,v lo  tlm J|������n<������"r-ibl.' the Chinf rumml*'  idoner of I.fliidn mul Wurku lor it li-  fonca to proi-ipe.t ior conl and p< lio-  l.-'tm iiii'l"'" llu1 fi>r**,;*...ie and un.Ui'  the wntor nnd upim ttm i������inm  in (Joino.v Hnrhoi.r, nnd d-twrib-  ������*d na t ill'.wn ; ( i.iuin.*u. nn: nt n  poat jilnnU-il nt tlm t.-'iMi ucnl c i-  rtr ot Cluiiu No. 1; lhi'..-w uut hu  tlinlrin; thenre M-mili so ol. umi;  thonco wwt B������) ih'dnN; tliMK.* n< nu  HO rliAltH t" p,"f" "' cviim,*),!������������������(!..nt;  containing 040 ������ci<e������, kn< >.,i ,m  I'lnlm N������. 4.  t)ntt*d   th'a UHt������������   ility oi    AuviiHt,  1007.  VANCOI'VBII    COAL    ri������OH|������;'( T-  INO COMPANY, IdiilliU.  K. II<Ml|i������un,  Agont  tho nonourabh? the Chief Commissioner ol" Lamhi m.-d Works for a licence to prospect fur coal and pctro*-'  leum under the f< ri>s;*oro and under;  the water and on the land known'as'  White lUuff Kebcr.e, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing  at a post plante.! nt tho north-east  corner of Clnim N'o. 1; thtmc.e east  80 chains; the'.*.1 south 80 chaiiiB :���������  th������nce west 8|! .'hairs; thence north  80 chains to the. placo of commencement; containing C40 acres, and  known un Claim No. 5.   .  Dated   this 'JHth   day  of    August,  1907.  VANCOUVKU    COAL    PHOSl"ECT-  IN(i COMPANY, UMITRO.  Yi.  Uodgtion,   Agent.  NOTICK in hereby givon that, !I0  days after date wo intend to apply to  the Hononrabl.' the Chief Coinmis-  aioner of Lands and Work* for a licence to prospect for coal nnd petroleum undor the forwhore rnd under  tho wnter and on tho lands  la Comox District, described  as follows : Commencing nt n  post planted nt tho north-west corner of Claim No. 3; thence aouth IW  chains; thence west 80 chaina to tha  shore line; thenco north 80 chains ;  thence east 53 chains to the shore  line; thenco following the sinuosities  of the shore to place of commencement, containing about 600 acros,  known as Claim No. fs.  Dated   this 28th   day  of    August,  1907.  VANCOUVKU    COAL    PROSPKCT-  ING COMPANY. LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,   Age*vt.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  days after date we intend to apply to  tho Honourablo the Chief Commissioner ot Lands and Works for a licence to prospe-.'t, for coal nnd petroleum undor the ftireahore and under  the water and on the lands  in Comox District, described  aa follows : Coiiimencing at a  post planted near the south-east corner of tho Indian. Koserve, Coniox  Harbour; thence west 53 chains ;  thence north about 20 cliains; thenco  easterly following the sinuosities ot  the shore line to place of commencement; containing about 100 acres,  known as Claim No. 7.  Dated   this 28th   day  of   August,  ni on  a  9  \  S^.lvitT!E;X-    C       mtDm^rVTS,      Psopbiet  Kspimait ft Nanaimo Ry  ja  English 4 x ltUKTON alw.iya on tap  UKER.S���������Auhenaep, IMxiiiiinn, Suhliti;, &o.  also, the faino'iw MIt,WAUKKl5  ���������OLD -GREY BiUKD"  Beat Winos and Liquois of all kinds.  T'.iii ft. ariliM8**afl<i'Lodging 1) piirtiricnt, umiur :',ts minaHiiu.e -suporiau'ialeuce ������f Mrs  Davis, will bu lou ������ t'tri-t elan, in every renutiuc,  .SCOTCH.'WHISKY.  . ���������- **  ^ **r*.       *^���������.^  A'*M-i-"--it'l^,  -,   . ,,.  e ���������'*"' -  '   : ��������� -'^-V ,'L |-  lv ���������^^^AA:.-A.'^^*t''  '^'���������jr*".- r-fX,Y,y^i "i'i*; ���������-?';.'������-?*.}���������  ..I'ncri  "���������������������������iff  ���������*>v.  R ATE8,  $1 oo per day upwards.  ���������*i**m;mm.*m** *-  The Right Price  FURNITURE  STORE  There mny he-something lu-i-o this w. ok that you weie looking for  last week.   Ii it is tho price iu sure to br riyht,   Give, us a ca'l.  RKl,AIKlN(J���������A.,;Sl,K(.5IAI/rY,  J. H. COIXINS, Cumberland.  s. R. "Oity of Nanaimo.  .vxci-o-iaiA-- CCMC2C     isoxra-H  Sails from Victoria 'I'licsdav', 7 a. in'., for  i-nHiiix  ..i Crofton, Kuper  ^4  and Tltuns  Islimls  when  passengers offer.  freight  i'.l  -.���������^.r������-t*m**'  1907.  VANCOUVER    COAL   -PROSPECTING COMPANY. LIMITED.  E.  Hodps..n,   Agent.'  NOTICE is hereby given that HO  days after dato we intend to apply to  tho Honourablo tho Chief Commissioner of Lancia and AVer'.*.* for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and undor  the water and on tho luiuls  in Comox District, described  aa follows : Commencing at 'a  post planted ut the south-west corner of Claim No, 0; the,ice north  about 40 chains; thonco west about  25 chains to the shoro; thenco southerly, following the sinuosities of the  lihove lino to tho place of commencement, contuinlnff ituout UU ncres,  Uiown hb Claim No. 8.  Dnted thia 28tb day of August,  1907.  VANCOUVER    OOAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITKIV  E, Hodgson,  Agont.  NOTICE is herohy. fflvon thnt, !)0  days nftor dato we 'Intond to apply to  sioner of l.nm-������ und Wu'L-k lor ti II-  tho Ilonournhlo tho Chief ComurH-  conco tn j>i'0H|Ksct for coul and petroleum under tno iores1" re nnd tuuler  tho wator and on tho Ihii.Ih  in Comox District, described  as follows : UoramoncliiK ������t n  post planted at tho south-west corner of Clnim No. (1; thence oust *W>  fhniri.i; tlience south about titi chains  to shore lino in Nolson DistHct;  thonco westerly followiiiK the slmtor  nil ioei of tho shore to plniw of commencement; containing about ilOO  acres, known an Oltilin No, I), Oomox Harbour,  Dated this 29th day ot AuriihU  I OOT.  VANCOUVER    COAL    PROSPECTING COMPANY, Ll.MI'l'l',1).  E.  HtxlRson,  Atfont,  matmnnnimmmmmmmmmmmamwmmmmmmmmmammmam m tamnmaasmmmammmmmam  NOTICE Is hereby irli'������" tlmt, !!<)  dnye nftor <IhUj wn Intend tn apply to  tlio Honourable the l-'hlef Comm's-  sloner of Isolds nml M'nrVe for n II-  I'once lo prospect for nml nml petroleum undor tho foreshore nnd under  thn water and on thu IhiuIh  In Comox DlHtrict, ilescrilmd  ae follows ; OominenrliiK nt n  fmst plnnted nt the mml h* west corner of Claim No. ���������'. i'"iuo\ liar  hour, NiiNun PlHtrlct; thence ohh! ho  ihulns ; tl.rtjce south KO cluibN ;  ihwft wont HO chnliiK; tlwnre noith-  eijy followag the slnno'dti*** of the  .shorn Hlli' |0 pliico Ol i-oiilllU'lire-  inent; I'l-ntalnlnir, about HOll eeven,  known iu. Claim >'". 1"*  llnted   this 28th   day ol   A nutlet,  IIHI7,  \ AVf-npy i.-n    COAL   PitoHrilcr-  JNO COMPANY, LIMUMi.  li.  ll.-dtt-t ":   Aw'tit  NOTICE in hereby given that. .-10  dnys sfter dnto I Intend t������������ apply to  ths   nonmirrthlii   the Chiof Comttils-  ���������>.. ft i ,,wto a nrt Work* for a II-  ri'iteo tn prosppct for coal nnd fieirv- ,  i."iiii m.it.T the foroshore nud under  the water anil on the lends in Oomox Hnrbotir, Uomox District, dm-  "���������i.wl ns follows: Commencing at a*  lost planted nt the north-west corner   of Claim   No. 7; thence   south  ..'    -.1  "0  tl:n.\r.'.;;   tlii'lic*   ivr>**1     iiluillt  lir, i-Muinn: thence westerly following J  ��������� iu- wim. ���������, tl-v,'  of the shore  lino   to ]  ���������>.<��������� niu'ith of  tlie Courtenny   l(iv������r ;  |  th.'ino f(iu������rly  foll<wlniK  the sinuo- I  ...ti.������* >,f tl,., nhore line to  !')���������<���������������   of  (���������'n'mefKeiiunt, rontnlnlnsr nbout.'475  ���������scree.  i  Leaves iS'ana.m >   Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Ray Comox .imi   vay ports.  Leive* Coioon   Thurutay   7 a m., lor  llmon It.iy Nun.umo  onl ������;i\  purs  Le.'.vei N.m.ii.iio    Frida),   7 a.  ii).  for  Uni.������ii liny Comox and   way ports.  Leaves*: Comox   Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  N.in.iimo and w.iy purls.  'S-iiis from Nanaimo Saturda\, 2 p.m., for  Victim a.  V'ANCOUVEB - NANAIMO - LADY-  ^ullTH   ROUTE  Kootenay ash- R  pan is exceptlon-  |^ally large. Holds  a two-days   ac-  ulatioa-JRgE  l mn pf-'.p'-u-cd   to  furnish .Stylish Rigs  and do Tertming at  reasonable rates  JOHN Iii<Yl)3.\T  CUMUEULAND  ^ FOR BOYS *~  The I aure-ls. Belcher Ctreet  ��������� Victoria B. C  Pan lu  innl   Visitor,  THi' lOitU   BISHOP Of   COLUMBIA.  fleiiil Mubttr  J.W. LAING, KSQ ,   M. A.,' 0XIMRD.  ANkitit'ed hy three GiuiUuitfia of.the K'-������og-  uixtf.l U-iivii-Miias ..( Great Hritain r.tA Can.  S.  'JOAN.  m.  Sails irom   Vancouver   for-   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, .11   30 p.m.  Sails from"   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  dai!>, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  ��������� '*  TIMK TABLE   KPFKCT1VK  Ocbbu   15ih, 1807  n NORTH HoiJjNU'-Ui-i-.d  Mo.ieratu lernis for hoiiuloia.  Properly eonasla ef live iiuies witli Rpaoi-  ������ns sciioo) Iniililiiits, txteiiBive recrcatin-  gi-DUiuU uyiaLittsi������iu. Oadut oorpH i.rgan-  ixiicl.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  Lajid  I)'.) A'11  Pass^'igei   J. rams  iJaily  Stations. -No. 1  moved easily, like a dresser  drawer. Flanges attached to  fire-pot guideiall ashes into pan.  Free booklet on  SumI iv,  W.ii.  " Sat.  ���������FoTT  $*%*..  ASH..  PAN  request.  M?c;  .. 0 .  viocorib,  Uua������cln,  Slii������wuig������tt,  0..t)l)l*  Hill,  lj.nviuii.in,  K ilit.iii<l),  i),\..cau':-,  ,-%..,Ill'l'l'S,  \V������'. ...in.c,  O.iuii.iii'.tm,  Lniv-'inrn,  S.iu.ii Wi-Uingtou,  iV'lll.OII.O,  ���������Wcl'iiiat-on,  De. 900  i).04  10.:7  10,ii2  lu.-W  10.48  10 i)������  11 00  11.07  ,11. IS'  11 :rj  11.57  12.IS  liUii  Ai 1^.58  Act.  Victoria. Land District.  District of Rupert*  (SOUTH U0UND--Kem! Uji  IOND0N, TORONTO, MOfiTREAl, WINNIPEG. VWICOUVER, ST. JOHN. HAMILTON  v.  r-immmae.  ���������:,Zt*l\.-_!._!tej4t:'.-ZMUZ>'ir&iW2Xi^  '��������� WA  ,.*m. *mm*mi*m*m-mm\'mmem\mee****.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  * nm*m*mmmeommm*mmmmi*Mm*^ *mtmi*m**m*wm  UnionBreweryBeer  Viotnini,  K.i ���������!������������������ In,  .-jua-A niiVOl,  I.  Oiililili* Hill,  Oim |. i-iiii,  !vol\ iiuh,  Du I'lin'ti,  .Sinn. ii>.-',  VVlllil It..Into,  l','.iiiii.ii..ii������.  Liii>. inub,  11  Simili WillniKtou,  N-Olil nm,  SVrl ii.^tull,  N.i, :l  Ar. UM*  1-2 Hi  10 51  UUS  lo,4d  10,11)  lOOti  10 0'j  1) 47  0.87  D.ii  Do, 0,00  Ar. SftO  S v'S  Do. 8,00  iSn. 1  IS 55  lb fil  17 as''  17,110  17 128  17 OS  17i'������  10 58  iiH:i  10 32  10 22  lfiiiS  10 IU  16.'27  1ft. 15  Du 1600  D*  Ar  Is The Best  Bottled or In  Barrel**.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  Dominion  Victoria, B. C.  Tlm Kilt!* aro [,owor Until otliiir  I'iivt-olnhH huti'lii, with A<''t!oiuu������  thu imi *Sii|n.'i'ior tn many.  l*M(M,,a  U'ltlt  Mt* nltllllUt, lllltll.  A������jrni"in JMnti yi ���������*><������ 10 Sl'i.W).  }������<r ilay. .  Kiiiti|iv������n Plnn, IvuoitiM only,  .W) lo 31.50, jur tiny.  J������H*(J  Hns,  STEPHEN J0NH8  tm*n*m**mmmm****wmmmmm***miwm mmmwmtmmmmmmm  Tu l������fnt    Hi'M'i'M .|i-sii. bio Ihih  illOhK llH'Uliollfc.      C'Ull.".lU lilll ('. II.  K. Ap;"������i*f*y.  Wanted Tn borrow @^nuo for  suuve )uns on >;������'uil fcccwity.  Vor i*articuhu������ iii'niirc uf Cmu-  mtmtrn m*m9memmH*������aa_ti^tt')mmmmmmmim*,n mimmnmMmam**���������������������������  /  Whon In Courtenay Stay At  The (.!(jLirt(:n;iy Motel  Kvi-iy couvimii'ii''*.' foi yut^'S,  Tlio Oinitiftl Jlokl tor Bpormmon  None hut the lli.-*������t of Winu������atid  l-'qiiorn  .it lh* Hnr,  HATES RKASONABLK  vlohn Johnston,    Pro  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday nud Thursday  of each week wc have fruit.  Call mid give us u visil,  D. H iindcn  5! 100 liuyn   100 mire*   tinibnr rnnuli, ti  ii)iii*u.iin tl.iiiiuinuy.  Kur StiK-- JOu ii, rr ������i V'i, uWttu(rum Court  itry.Abotit ���������������������������O ttvren oli'nrni mint* yonra n  I ho������s;intl Mile .mcl -Comnuitiition 'l'\< -  kctK on ������;ili:, f\oQi\ ovci nnl umi ������te in.ui  'iiii-s, at two .uul ori'ivliftlf ccmh per mile,  ..Siiiici.il iriiins iU'.d stettiners for Excur-  nans, ami ii'ilurcil rues for |vuliea may  be iinaniiCii foi mi application 10 tlie  Di.il, I'nss. Anentiit Victoria.  'llu! C(ini|M(i>   re.iervcs the right lo  i:hiin,.������ without previous nmice, rticunicvR  ������iiiln���������-,; (Imps mul liiin*';! ol sailing,  Uxi'iivsmn t ii kuts on Suln Inun nnd lo  ill .Snitifiiin, jj'ooil Inru'iinn jnuincy S.tl-  unl.iv 'iiui  .Swmlity, iviuniin^ not luitir  hitn Moiiiinv  J, W. 1UUUI1, tlmi, Hup- U H, Oi'iiit Stir.  IJ, I,. C0UUTNKY, Hint. I'rl. i* \ nut. Ak-  ip������w   1   mmm*.-** ������������������**** ***������*>���������* ���������*-���������������<* *���������*.*���������������-arm*evml'm******** ������*.am*******  !VIc>!*pc>cl7l B^os,  *mmmw mCa\*������ m***mi*Ama tJtm***i mmm\*r memaw  't4&ttMS'*tt<mn&&^ < W3  IHtttAD, Cnkim and Vi&* tkdivor  t'tl dully to nny -jmrt of Oity,  '���������m'-Wt^.-'^  ���������������.������*** *.-*������������������*>������������������������  "WcoA-'r. Phoapliodtno,  flu Grent lintill'Ji  limttlti.  Tunw (.mt lnTlBom������i������tliu whuln  fvijiin wttotn, iniiknN   imw  ..-xltn old Vulini. Our en A'erv-  qua Debltltu, iilrnlttl mul llnitu Horn   , Vr  t , . *      ���������'   ''��������� .  ...I't'.it..,*-..,   I''n,!',,:;,mi, li ler-  {���������t'lturrhiM, nnd Efitret't tt} .atiimitiif ).i'i.m-.  Vicoit imrlxix, liUfori!,, Ovu 'vmIII^Iuiiiio.i,:-.  wiili-iiio. BM by nil niigt������UW or luulluil In  fit.iln i'k(f. on rocnhit nf tirli'i*. .Aue yuwir.liW  lo/anto, Ont.  j*tnWttjn*,.yr*y*  Cook's Cotton Root Compound,  Tha nrwit UMr-e Tonln, mid  1 unit   1 -'���������'���������'���������  -yi'v'ii-iu Mfi'itlil?  j lltu ttliilxit nn v,iM'b women em  'doiHiinl. Hnlil In thrj������o dwr<:<si    ���������Mi���������No. t.   "  i������f%thn,tlli-  tu w  I  i-x-t.i'Ki 1 .'".*i utiiwicw. iMi tin. %  for wmuliil emm, 8A pet net.  k_^_������_______l  Take notice ti at M-hmcc Bunnell, of  Vancouver, 1������. C. occupaiiim^Tinilier  Cruiser, intends to ap;.dy for *i -special  ti4iibo������ll(������ai;-B-Qi*asiUhttJLdkiaii^  eu hinds situated in the vicinity of Sril-  mon River and in Rnpert District, Van-.  oouver Island.  Conniencini; at n |jf.vt planted about  80 chains cast ol the siiuth east corner of  siirvryed 01 232 then, e wc.-t 80 ch..ins  tltetne norih 80 cliains thence cast 811  "cliains ihence -south 80 chains to the  point nf cniiiirieucenK'i'it.  -. ��������� Joinmencmj{ at a r>u.-.t ti'anieii a-  hot t in chains east ofi'm: south ea-.t cor-  ner of sirVveyeM lot 2:2 thence tmnii 80  cli.uns ihence ea-t 80 chains ihence south  So chain-, tlience vest {!������������������> chains' to the  * Mitt ofcouiiiiencvinent-  3��������� Coinmencitvj at a post planted n������  hum 80'chains e-ist ot the s.otnh ea*,t cor-  ner oi surveyed lot 222 ihence easi tlo  chains ihence south 80 rha'.us thei.aj  wesi Ho chains thence hoi ih l*o ch.-im.*, to  the point of coittincricenicm.  4-���������Commenniv,! a- 'a post plr.nlftT a.  bout 8a c'.utins e-.rt of ihe sou in eust curlier of surveyed lol 223 thence soirh 80  cliains thonce west. 80 cliains i,.ence  north 80chains ilie c east 80 chains to  the point of commencement.  5���������Commencing Ht a  post pl.dijod nt"  the   aotr.h  rust corner ol surveyed lot'  322 thence south 80 chains thence west  Un chains thence nortli Ko chains theme  eust 80 chains to the point of commencement.  &���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bnut 80 rhatus souih i.f the south  eust comer of uttrvevcri lot numl cr  223 ihence smith &o chains thonce ������e<,t  U.i chains thence noith go chains thence  east 80 clmi ns 10 the point of commencement,  jt- Commencing nt a post plumed n-  bout 80chains south of th������ south mm  I'lii'iivrol suive\e<t lot niimljer 222 tlience l  taiit ifio chains ihence south ,|o ch/ma' '  tlie.ncu wcm ifyi chious thence noiih 4a  clnim 10 thu point of commencement,  ,     I luted September j.ird, 1907,  H���������t,'ommencin������ nt ,1 post plunte.l a-  bout 8u clmius iiurih of lhe south cast  iDi'ivrnf surveyed lot number 222 thonco  (���������am 161 chains theme north 40 chains  theuco west 160 chains theuce souih 40  chains 10 the point of commencement,  g--Coiimu'iicinu hi a post planted 120  cliains ninth of the smith eau coiner of  ef surveyed lot number aaa thenct ninth  160 chains ihence east 40 chums thenco  south 160 chains theuce west 40 clianm  10 the point ol commencement,  to���������Commencim,' at ,1 post pUntril 120  chains north nnd thenee' 40 chains east  ofthe smith tAil corner ol surveyed lot  ll.l.'l.!.W    ������'J���������'     ih'mC-     if.-.dl     l(l>   llillll.  IhfiM* cisi ,|i> rhainr ihi'iire smith 160  thcncij west 40 chain* to the point of  t'oui.iiu.iceinent,  Uu'eu September 35 I), 190'/',  11 -I'oinmi'iirini' a* ;t rmsi plnnlfil <\-*  bout 1 an rtwnis norta and thence Ko  rlinins eltht nl'thu south east comer of  fitrveyeil lot jiumbfir aaa thence north i6t*  c;iiH,in������ thenre eust 40 cluiiu thence south  160 chains theme -.sent 40 chains ta tho  point of commencement.  n-CommciicinK at a post planted ft������  ooui uo 1 li.uns 1.mill and Uo t-'..i>,.'.,  cast ofthe south east corner of muveyeil  iu: ni thin.x noith \t>n A'Ae- iheiue  i-a-.t 40 chiiiju thence soulh ino ihains  t cmc we������t 40 chain* to the point of  Coninu;ineiiif.(it.  *iwl>aw   mtmtX*.  t^^e I "STAR:'  THE   NEWS,* CUMBERLAND," BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  (S0L&fflPdCX.*fiSS/!K8'CMS.|  Same Fries as tho choap  adulterator! kinds.  TOf.'OWTO.ONT.  NOTICE.   . "  Riding on locomntiwa'tuid   rail-  ray cars of   the   Union   fiolliory  Company 1-y any   jwrsor-.   .>r   pt'r  eons--except vain <sr������w---n strictly  prohibited.    Employees  ".r-r  sub-  ?������c t i diBinir;siil. fur alio-   ig same  By ordor  Fkanvii*? D. Litti k  Manager..  Hayman & Maxwell. |  Proprietor's.  K--imtmV-mm_warm*'n'tmmm  I TEAMSTERS, and  DiUYMEN.  A SINGLE   and   JJ.QUHLE   RIOS^  4������For    HIRE.        ALL   ORDERS'  f l'ROMl'TLY   ATTENDED  TO*  $ 3rd Si uMtolandi  44^-i-4HHH^^^^^'^H''H''H*Mi  COAL PHOBPECT'INa LICENCES  %w*^������kfuw ���������������*i*s*jtiM_n't*Mvetmt*m*mmVi  When in Qum'berlaiLd  STAY  AT THE..........  VENJtOME.  srsr    :\u, I'lQsvi-ixii'WBx von Onuses.  fnv. 3au is Sui'i'iiiKo wrni  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. R   HAN NERMANN  llij'rift^BiiM ii hi hi ninn nirniiiriMin  ��������� ������������������ nm ���������������������������!  -. JAPAMESK  at a liiu? Pf;���������:-'.  Wholesale nnd Sstall.  S'.vi-o! and -OK'.aii .;ii    i:y  Bo lb'.   .' ���������..**. $2.05  Ho. fi .'untown,... .Cxuub. rtand 15  JOHN McLEODS  FOU  KiltHT.l'I.ArtS  .      UANHY, KliniTH.  (JKIAKS ���������������> T'VMAOOOS  80   YRAR8'  EXPERIENCE  Timor Marks  Dtsiaris  ... COPYRIOHTB *C,  AnyoneannOIng ft oHetrti nnd fln.crti.ilon bi������j  qnloiily wmorlHlii oiir opliiHm freo wlinilmr. iu  ���������mtroirtori |i proliijblf ji������tqWj>!>fei..('onipninlB������,  iliiiiMtrlotjroniiUiloiitraf.JANOBOl  iniit (rna. (Mm nuonor for ������o������ir   "   bt    '  " -' ���������  I'mi.ni* lAlien tfifuuili Wupii  $pt_tt nettet, nhhovi aniriroi  oni'Ntontt  ��������� n������teni������.  ���������a������iirmajpMantii.  unit * Co. riMlt*  ,.������������.. ,-~,,mw, *-..������������������. -J, im tno  Scicniifit jfttttticati.  tn  Ahmidinmflt������ntii������tnitn(t ffimklr. J.nrBont ������lr-  nlnitnn nf nny iriuntlitn Viiinm, Tunm, ID *  mir i ti\iiri|miiiliii, 11, fiuiil byitll miwuiwilori.   .8ovnro.-ji.oy, Uew York  , Wiuhiautuu, 11.0.  LAN!) ACT NOTICE,  D'Htrlct of New Wcdmiiudur, hnnd  DlMtrlot, Count. Mo, 1,  TAKK N'lH'lCj; Unit Ihn MuT^ftUtflin  Lumbar Company, limited, ot Vimoou-  tt, II.O,, Tmiiilx'riiii'ii, intond lo npply  for'p.irmlHHliiii lo fiitrnbiiH.' tbu folio wi iik  lW'HHi'|lMl<i IJHIiIm:     I'm liii'limi'tfil.t It punt  '        .     "I      . I    -  ,     .      * '     .       ,1     ,,,,,1 ���������!,,  ,  4" '*'���������    *'   ' ,  ,, ;���������������������������' ,, -  i. A, -.I.,..,  i|,,,- V--,..- ���������',���������))������������������ Iton,) nf  T'i"ib.''l! <������������������'.*'��������� '<��������� '��������� if-' '." of lilffh  Water ui'irh, b-.'inw lhe- .-in't'iiWtwl e .ruol",  ���������iVitiea north W������liMiii\ t.!.i!.-ii:n cinst sic  ahulim, Uteuiu' wrath lid eludim,  thonoo  ��������� . *    -      iv.   ,.i,,,;.  , (,, ...,;,.i , i*  .,.     .,    ...     .... ,  COmitlBj|IUl!lUi<lil, Ittld Wllltllitlillg .0   iMtilll  mom or le**,  Tlw Mi'LAUlWWN JiUMlStiHOo. Ud,  l������ii(i'd ul Viinootivi'i' thin Uth  day of  Heptumbor. 1307.  Advertise in the NEWS.  Noticc^i-i herehy given that thirty (30)  iliiy-a utter-diiie ilia-. 1 intend'to npply to  ibe Hon-vbtet Commisaioner ot Linds  and Works for a licence to proapect for  co.d and petroleum oa the followiuj; described lauds situate in  Nelson  District:-  (Jommtncinij at ;i post plnnted on the  North bcHiixli'-y of Section one (t) Ne!  son District about ten chums West of -he  North Eitsi corner ihereol-ihence Norih  (8c) eighty chain- thenre West (80) eighty ch.iins, thence South (So)'eighty chains  liic-nce Eisi (So) chains to point of commencement and   continuing   640 acres  Located.30th September, 1907.  Joseph Hunter,  Noi ice i������ hereby giveiijlnit thirty (3<>)  'lass after d ite 1 intend to apply to the  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands atfd,  Works.for a licence tel pro-spect for eoai  ind petroh'-um on-ihe lollowing described  Linds situate in Nelson Destrk.t;  Commencing av a post planted ...at the  N,.nli boundary of Section one (t) Ne!"  -bon-Di������iri<sNiboutaeu.clutmaJk\IeAtJjfJie_|  N .iiii Easi -onier'thereof, thence North  eighty (8oy*ciiai,ns,'tience East eighty (80  c tun-, thence Souih eighty (80) chains,  t ence \\ est eighty (So) chaius, to the  p . nt of, ommeiicement and containing  64j acres..  Located 30th September, 1907.  A. G. King, Jnr.   ,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  '���������out.lining 320 acre-; more or less������  ��������� Lo'jated 1st October, 19)7.  Char es 11 Innes,  Joseph Hunter,  c.,       ' .        Agent.  Notice is hereby given that thirty (30),  days after dale 1 intend to apply to lhe  Hon Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum at. the following described  lands siluuic in Nelson district;-  Commencing at a post planf.'d at the  South Boundary of Lot'?. A Nelson District about Fifty (50) chains more or less  East of tbe Sou'.h West corner thereof  thence Norih Forty (40) chains more 01.-3  less to the South boundary of Section  one Nelson District, thence West F'dty  (50) cliains more or less to the West  j boundary of said Lot 2 A thence South  Forty (40) chains more or less to lhe  South Wesi corner of said Lot 2 A tlience  East Fifty (50) chains more or less to the  point of-commencement and containing  soo acres more or less.  C. I. Loat,  Joseph Hunter,  < Located 301/1 September, 1907.  Notice is hereby given thai, irmty (vO  days after date 1 intend to apply to '/ie  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lends and  Works h>r a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum cu ihe lollowing described  lands ii. Nelson District;-  Commencing :u a post plained on the  South bjuad.iry of Lo; 2 A Nelson Dis-  trici about Fifty (50) chains more or less  East to the Smith West corner- thereof  thence Norih Fortv (4 >) chains more or  less to the South bound\ry pf Section one  Nelson District ..thence East eighty (80)  chains thi-nce. South Forly [40],chains  move or less to the said South  hound try of Lot 2 A thence West eigh-  iy (So).ch lins to the point of commencement and containing 32<>_aeres more or  less.  Located 30th September, 19.17.  ;                            Douglas li. Mui/.  Joseph Hunter,        AHent.  Notice i- hereby given that Thirty [3*.]  days after date I intend to apply to ihe  Hon. Chief Commissioner'of. Lands and  'Works for a licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described lands situate in Nelson l>istr'ct.  Commencing at a post plaivcd ai the  South boundary of Lot 2 A Nelson District Forly [41] ciiair.s more or less Soiuh  of the South Wes' corner of Section tno  Nelson DUr.ci, themre North Forty (40)  chains more or less to the" South .-West  corner of Section two Nelson Distrin  thent'e East eighty (So) iluins to tbe se-'i  shore, thence following the sea shore in  a Sui 11 Easterly direction to tlie South  East coiner of Lot 2 A Nelson District  ihence fcjtlowiag; tive S aiili boundary of  said Lot 2 A West about one hundred  (loo) chains to tbe point of commencement and containing 400 acres more or  less.  Located 301I1 September, 1907.  H. Maurice Mills,  Joseph Hunter,  Agent.  Nciice is hereby givm that thirty (3  dais auer .late 1 meml to apply to tin  ;l 'i, Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works ior a licence to prospect (or coal  'nd -..eix/luini on ihe lollnwing d'.-.-cni e >  . ml-., si 1 li ted m NeUmi District ;-  Ciimmenc'ihjj a- -a posi  planted eighty  t>x chvjiis   Eus-t   of the   North   East  coiiier        of       Sccti <n      one       (1  NcKon District thence South eighty (So)  ��������� h.um,  I.ence West eighty (8n) chains,  die South li.lst corner of Section one  .1; Nelson District,, thence North eigh y  (.'. ) chains along the East boundary 0  Sect nm mil) (1.), ,!ietice E-isl eighty (Ko)  cans to the point of commencement  aud ipntniiiing 64oacies.  Located ist    ctobcr, 1907,  Francis D, Little  Josepli Hunter.  A6unt,  Notice is hereby given that ihirty (30)  days after date 1 intend to anply to the  Hon C iei' Coinmifsioncr of Lands and  Works for ,1 licence to prospect for coal  and petroleum on the following described  Imds situate in Nelson District;-  Commenoihg ai ,1 post plained cm tlie  ^���������ivh bonudarv of Lot 2 A N'-bosi l.)is-  trici Forty (40) rhnih-i more or les< Smuli  of ihe South West t.-cwiie'r of Section two  \ (2) Nelson District thence No th Forty  n 1 (4������) chainf,'more or less to the South  We������t corner of Section two (z) Nelson  Dislnri llu-ncv VVc::t ejghiy (Sn) chums  ilieiKc South Forty (40) ch iii.s more or  '������������������������������������������������������fi lo ihe South boimiliiiyjiif said Lot 2  A tlience lollowing said South boundary  of said Lot 3 A East eighty (80) chains  uithepo'rjt of coiinnen-eineiit and contain m^ 3211 acres,  Located 30th September,.1907,    /  W. D, Miifikinosh,  Joieph Ihintev,  ______  ...A   .    . .A  \...mm.l������\l*���������n  Noiice is IwreUy given tbnt thirty (y-)  days alter d 110 I intend to npply lo the  Hon. Chief Commissiorim'ol Lands and  Works lor a licence to prospect for coal  and peiio.eum tm lhe following dcsi tibed  I hiiuUhituiU'iin N������Ibo������ Umvict;-  Commencing at ������ post planted eighty  (8u> chains East of the North East corner of Siciion one (1). NcWon DUlrict,  tlience E,t*t Forty (,\o\ clvimti more or  Ic is to the West boundary of Section iwo.  (3) Nelson Disuir.l ihencts Souih eiitlit;.  (80) cli/.iiin, dienro West Forty (<p>)  chaina moru or le*!, thfe'iico Nordi f.'ielii)  (J..) chains to point ol crmimtinremen  nml i-niiiHining ^jo urrcs mon> or less,  Loftied l il Octobei', 1907,  Olivi'i-fl. Hiirlwll,  Joseph Hunter,  Agenl.  Notice is hertby (rivcn that tnirty (311  days nfter date I intond to apply to the  Hrm Cbidf Cmnminsioncr <i( l.iiuds.utul  ������   .. 1.1 mr ii neei.*.*. rn piiij,pvci i<h iu...  .did |������ ., nl* ,1-1 im  li.*   '���������u.n,i.,t>    i.'t... 1,,,  edl-'tiids situate in Nel-mii Di.-itricf-  Coninumcing at a pi>:| p!ai*!f,l   ab<n;  (70) ch.iins Easi of thi> Ninth Kin cm*.  nn of Section one, Nohon l)istri.:t,ihi'ii..  North eighty (Ho) chums, thence V.m l  die sea   shore   about   Tventyl'vc  [3,1  chains more   or less, iheiicp  llm net  nbotn in ������    .Smrth   Easterly   direct.  ion to the Nortti West corner of Seciici  iwo(t) Neis n Disirin, ihtncc South 11  bmt twBiit)' two (33; cluini mote ui Ic*  \heure Wfsl Fifty ":rA thaiiii mori' 01  les-������ m the point of couiuiciicenienl am  Age n't,  From   FiMnce,    Holland and  Japan.  seeds   '     , Tuees  Plants  For Fall  Planting  Reliable varielies at reasonable  Prices.  ^Pi'fease note that iiiy  fruit trees are  ���������10! grown   from   imported   piece   root  grafts, hut arc budded on own growth of  eedhng, from bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee Supplies,Spr. y  Pumps,.Spraying Material, Cut  ���������Flowers, etc. ,        -  M J. HENRY  ��������� "*t?re-S8'-301^ NV'.'at-.-.iinsVv R-acl  LAND REGISTRY ACT  T'l R.!li.'f*lfoiirlcy .i^ess^cl -������\vn>  '' ��������� er of Lo"; 18 of Lot I IF. Cmnx Din-  .,;,    ,���������.tri.rVNl.ap 4.71  T-'KH-NOTIftR thnt;, Appliontion ban bi.-n  'mail.* in r- pi-tot- Fl'-r:i T-flbsl Rair-I  n*  owpvi i   fee  ei ni'l*'   of tlio iibnve  lvd*'  im-'fr 'l T,x Site Dp/vi froin thn AinmrKtr r.f  '.hi.'fti.l Diotiiftt. 0' C>M*n������x. (Vi'pflthc 1l-\  flov.of .T-inii'iry, 11)^7, nn.l yon *.i*n roqtv "t  ������1 i;'i*o*ititeHl* th.'Ol.'ibn /if srtid l.'i.iut TV>bi*r  "RiilriV-v iHiin 30 'lnyn from the li;������*. pnbbo-  atiou ho''oof.  ������������������ DATE*') ni Uio Und IWistry Offioo.'Vi������.  tnrin, Mii'i^h t\ii inihit, this 21'h thy of  OoMlwr, 11)07.  S. Y Ur0;f)T('0N".  "   >..- ' llagitti'nr G'meral  Nov.,.5-,li,5,](l07  *Wm.4������i*'M',i'.i \-m vvfc'-v \.*,--r,<bxr*..'*- - *.,*i*4<.n,itr,rmi-  occessfol Wife  By CASPER S. YOST.  PAPA'S CONSENT.-ll'* All Ri4h������  if William Loves You a.������i<l You  Lavo Him and lie's Neither * Dead  BeM Nor * Spendlhrift, but tins tl  Gaod Job nnd tv Little Cash on Hand.  V i  [Copyright,,IMC. Uy Caspor S. Yost]  V DEAU Lirn.a*GIRLr-I am  simply consumed with ns-  toiifsmaent v,ic Ulen of my  (laughter, my littlo sweet-  heart, tliluklng of marriage- ccfme3 to  1110 like a blow from a pile driver, and  you know, tny d-'-nr, that pile drivers  6it a prettj' hard licit, os'jiaclnlly wbca  you aren't lookln,:,'. I'm ������wi;,y from  home so much tlmt it's n-!������;lity bard to  retilivM.' that .vou mv not "my baby any  more: that it is no lonsor proper nor  di.������nlfled to dandle yot; on' my knee-  not for me, at lo;;:;;; that your drosses  hnvo lengthened clownward until tbey  cnrl nround your dainty nu'des, and  the golden hair that u:-i.'d> to hang doy/a  your back like-u streak of woven suu-  Bbtue is uow douo up in a fashionable  Boniethlns or other ou top. of your  head. 1 forget that you arc a young  lady, a. sraduatp from, a swell seminary, can hammer tho piano to make  a Padeivwsld (I'm not suro whether I-  epoll that rlfjit or noti sit up and take  notice;; can c-rubrnidur dinky littlo,flow--  ers so faithfully that the houe.vbeea  come into tbe'  windows to sucit  tbe coruer drug  store, jierf urue,  from t!^|r silken editors; can*  (jaoto Virgil and  Tennyson nud:  rii-owubiK   aud  "***1mW-.      that yon do; eau  -������TH������T������*Htd���������'rend-  H-Hch erudite pa-  pers   oh   tlio  Can ;i,o.wi������ic-r llm  pitillO.  wliitbernei-a of tho where-fore at tbo  miitien'R club tlmt all the_ hearers, I  nui told, are CUchI witb wontkr that ko  i.ai.'.-.-h Jijiov.-ledge wm*) Ik? brought to-  getbof uiHler Bucli a pretty'hat. In  Blioi't. my dear, 1 forfjet Uiaf my dit.tiB^-  ter an i\u up to dnte youug lady is  ���������strictly it.  J.!i me. child, Jt seeinu ouly-ycsteWta.v  rb.-it 1 waa I'Piulii^ y<m fairy Rlorlts  frinx n yollov.- (..ovorcl Uucr book aiUV,  bIpwIuk .Vou h#w A wax dlffeiviUiated  from B by c-oi'tnln pecufbtrltlc������.of utvhi-,  twlure. Don't you vuiiunnlior hoxv you  used to hide behind tbu rosobuah by  tie.' walk nnd jump out mid frb;liU������n  nu> half to dontb by hollerlnf? "lioo!"  wlicui J c'rt������K������ lionuv In tho evonhii,'?  Jxiti't you romouilvr how you tined to  fliul) up,Into tlio haymow and slAo  tViwij wllh 11 cry of alarm ut tbo start  11'nl 11 about of Oi'Jbjht at tbo Jlnlsh  wIkui you liimliwl usifely-jn my arms?  Don't ynu re/iiojiilxii'���������bnt, pshiiwl Of  i-om-ao you doti't. Yuu htivmi't roaohed  tlin aire of mo'inorlci .vol.   In vour lm  Wttnatlon all the beauty aiid bi-iglw ri<������������     v  aud -glory of life are j^t vdivad ot yau,  aud you look tbat way.   1 pray God  tbat you may always look tlat way,  always see tbe sunshine a little/ brighter..  Jiist iieyond untlV you bask la Uie light"  supernal  Tha Young Man In tho Case.  Aud mow my little girl;wants to got  married and would HUe to, bave papa's  consent.   Papa's o good deal Jn the ix>  sbloii of the couiUryman vein* goee- op  ������,cubist tbe shell game at tbo circus.  "5'ho young man  In   tbe   easw   ls  working     tbe  -^bclls.   aial   tho  elmnces are 100  to 1 against jr.'.-  iia.    I'm mighty  sorry that I don't (  know   him.    At  least, I don't re-  member   having  met  hhn   iMilcaa  bi������   was  one   of  that     iftrlng    of _  il-..i.gb I'lKUvi pop-    -  111 j a y s    t h a t ui* ogainiit th-s tthdi ���������:  tlan-.-c'il   around Hmnc- '  you ail the Buse-I was at'home lust  trip ni.d lapt me from fieeing yoa^  v.ben I wmited you all aloue. Ofj  nl'i Uie high collared, ttivncd up trousers  "dndes | ever saw that bunch was tba  v.oirt. But, tlieit"; maybe be was oue ,.  of flami. and.-come'to think of It, my  Judgment was based on the mass;  You say he's tlie i*.eare.*st, sweetest, bosk-tit���������but, my dear, little girt.-  tt Mr, William Jackson Rollins Is all  that you say be is the morning ptipers'  hi liwvia utust bo i-uuuing display a'd-  vurtisoinimts asking for information  as to the whereabouls cf n lost,  ���������strayed or stolen angel. If William fits  your description lie's got uo UisIjmjks  flown bere. Ilia proper job* id flitfiug ���������  around tbu pearly gates shooing away Oo  ua old sinuers wbo want to break-in.  But I'm wilting, to make allowances  for m.pc-daUvea of rhetoric uud v'titbu-  -sl-asin and consider your prospectus on  n 1 pw cent basis. Besides, your  mother asstues rao that Willlaui.-Is,'���������  all wool uud tbo proper wldtb. unci  forty years' expcvionee ha3 taught mu  that your mc "bor's judgu.eut eau Iki  relied 'on.  I'ersouaJly I don't think any man  that walks���������or any that rides ln an  automobile, for that mutter���������is goo-I  enough for my little girl, but yonr old  ~duxWy%^gotrsc-iise-eiio������gh-(o--.kiuui^il6^���������  the wny of woman to let some ������>or3  lur nothing cuss iu trousern carry ho*  off, just ns I did your mother, thougEt  for Iho.llfo. of me 1 never could v.u������"or-  Htawl what sho could t-.ee- In tbls bundle' of bones to bankor after, -Tha  Lord d'kl 11 uilgbtT good Job wben ho  mr.dij woman, but lt seems to mo bt*  mt'jh-t hnvo Improved upon Adam n  little.  I dorj't expect to fin* porfocHoa-^,..  Willhim. If he's got n HnfTiclont .lunii-  tlty of gnod, everyday pouse, If be'sj"  lwntifit and upright, if he 'doesn't lumps  backward when anybody says work;,  and If bo really and truly loves you. X  reckon that's all thnt I can reaaouably  c.vpecf. ..., {  Ho Must Elu Saving.  I'm not particular abaut tho sl-ze ot-  hjs liank dojjor.lt. ,lu"t as nli cvldcncit  of backbone I hop* bo's out of deb|  nud has a llttto money Inld by. I woultj  Imto^to ������*cq you married to 11 dead boat  or a HpeudthflCt. Ono le a moral' and  tlm other Is 11 mtmtnl doHnquont, nnd  yon woiiKlnVt hit  mzmtmitmciamm tmm*mm-m.  gwcrai-*mni������*^>������fT���������vtn���������iuuinai ���������i  4.  t'WimwMtoH'eX  ^^i"'.^^fi  i''.rwww  f" "'t ���������'.i.-j-'V      . T^l  ������.'AAM'i&M  mm "  .*(*WK,.    $r$4  hW.t/i!^'\vv**������  ,<!{��������� ,f\Ji]ijfmii.    '^-,-r >i  ll'lt-oly to flmt  hlVlHllllORB   will*1  cither. Rut Ely-  en IndiiHtry nnd  a dbipoHitlon to-  epond n 'littler  less (bun Ih nnulo  und compni'iitlvc,!  povc-ity lit ycmtlj  Ik no <jt'tiiI drnv:-  "mi-k.     When   i  IW   ���������V|M.i4 mni-i-Wd   y o 1. r  SfW'    Btont    hen ft.   u  "     ^0 '       "  l.nihurrti.Ki.ina tu a  hrtile.  more  don't  than  fee-l  Eiig" ������ricotcli^  fhe HUD30NS BAY CO  Sole  Accnti: fo' *3 C  ���������"���������" ~I1K".* ;*tm.  ^^^mg-  otendy Job, tuy  troiiH'ioaii ami  J200 Iu c 11 uh.  That wiiHltll my.  caj.flal. 1 hnvi-v  tlmt ti'MV In c/tKh, hut l  uh rich u������ I did Ihmi,  nor wm; I la reality. That In a goad  onoiii'li f'uiiidnflim for nny ,vmmg*b>r  to Imgln nuirriod llfo with, .pixivkb-H,  of couriw, (ho gM In (ho ciino Is niu������  d-nU'd m aliirt *'M- that imd be tmtlta.  tlmi wIMi whnt he can p'nvldi' for bor  wlihout civi'i>ili'piihi;f b)i< bii'inia*. So I  H'iy thaf !f William In nn well lined nil,  I leas I i'h,i'i |...'.i* no .ibji'iUoi. io hint  cm tin- nniiivhil M'ni-t'. Hill (1. litiitithty  |itiri.i������(iinl Umi |n. tiivii thii Uari, If**  ml'infy cmlmr'tiflidiig fo 11 bifib' to uiwf *  Iho t,iil..r\i uuri'i i-Iptcd bill In tin ill-  sfiin (mi-kef of l."r luibby'H wt>ih!Jj^;  cuiiT, and If ;,nii ili;ii-,m-i' Hint NVIIliint  Im a litiln li.ii'lcwanl In immo.v muiiert  you'll hi'ttcr [Mtni'inte fbc jih.ih* i-i n>  ti/iiiy mitli tic can net a tni������v.> 0.11 libu-'  a i".!! "��������� blj.* in n 1i*h'jrrnii1i p.-ile X  H'oiililn't mumler It nn Jmiowmriiita-  t ,c ulirtliU'liJ, Mouny tii u m-.Jity livnid  (fifng l.i Inti'i' lying Itroimd, u'tid I don't  I >.i.v- 11,*if I w.n;'.'i <iii>idi������r il lulvU.l-  Jild in fi'f rt luriil im tiuf no,(unit, pit*.  vhlcil i*' if.'i-ioi'l pllo up nmmi.l ������ imi:i'������.  h-ir-H hi Unit ho can't work. I Imvo utk*.  mi li mi Hraiuwl, Huh) gfrt. thut yon  In.. iMch iitlief I don't know why l  nh.n.'id. i.m* I am wil muii'i' tlmt lor������������  t< "���������/' 1 ; Id lie tltttiirddotinldo, Intt t  ;u.i i',, i'i llm . .Ul in-biomnl (vllown  n li 1 I- *' >< vfjhnt Imrt In i\niti> iiwiitlitl  In lniii'iiin"������p, 111 iiMiru'il lun mn) lnif������  IK������ l������ittcm.v with tltamt ttmt*'** mbm-Twimt THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  . Local It������>ui.>.  Mr. Geo. Tarbell  left on, Sat-  tirdaj u.orning fur California.  .������ o������������������   "H-Hweim the manager of tlie  \V..tor Works company and llie  manager of tho Electlic Light com  jnny the new light will boon be  juniing on 3rd Street. ,   ������������������   Owing to misfortune the li^t of  wedding presents will not appear  until next week.  BIRTH���������To Mr. and Mrs. R  Grant, Jnr., a danghter.  Mrs. S. Horwood returned on  Wednesday from a three mouths  .-;.- 'o-iV.r'.'uh.i in England.  lM������<,vef G.  G.  oi S'.sver  I,eaf, No. 4,, Nanaimo," and Mrs.  Crcssan of the same lodge return  ed home on Saturday.  What kind of a story is your  clothing telling about you these  days? If it is "guying" you, see  McPhee, a. fine assortment of  samples and order a new aud up-  to-date suit.  a* .-  One Man's Selfishness Leads  ���������Him to Try to Upset a  Privilege   of    His  Fellow Workmen.  -������������������������'.'  The Miners' and ChecEweigrF  men Committee'of No. 4 decided  at a meeting held sometime ago  that some of its delinquent supporters should pay-up or appear  before Judge A brains acco dingly  some four or five men were given notice to pay within a certain  time.  Ou Saturday evening the committee summoned tht4s������; men to  appeal in Curt to show reason  why they were not contributing  to the monthly support of check-  weigitmen.,  Tiie case of John Stephenson  waa first, ctiled. H. A. Dillon  appeared for Stephenson ami P.  Phillips Harrison for the Committee.  Tue examination of several  witnesses went to show Unit Mr.  Stephenson had paid his monthly contributions a< oue lime hut  latterly hud not, The migis-  trate cross-examined to show  that the duties of the checkweigh  men were in thc interests of the  miners, that the checkweighmen  were recopnized by the Company  on behalf of the miners, and further th.it the majorit" of the miners' -Jienuidves wished whit', thuy  (��������� ��������� mi 1 ed thr-ir priviKt'.e, kept up  or they would not lie contributing each mouth  The examination being over  the Captain look up <\\i< defense  of Stt pheiisou and the wads of  the police mint re-echoed the  objection* which poured forth in  fluent and convincing argument,  the magistrate listening attentive  Mr, Harrison snowed by section  23a that tii*- euiuiiiiilix were  within their rights iu bringing  tht** men into court, and thought  the Captain "must lie viking"  when he staled the committee  was not in existence,  The magistrate thought the  practice of having checkweigh-  llltll W.l.> ������l VU;    gw-wu   vli.i.fc    'a/'.  the men ro* it left little ehaiice of  dispute nl out "lost boxe*" but  he wauled to be shown positively  that the majority of the men are  paying before giving hiu decision  but disagreed with tne Cup, that  the emimiittie Hhould he an incorporate body before they could  institute present proceedings.  In the meantime decision was  erved and case adjourned to  Land Act  Victoria' Land" District  District of   Rupert.  Tnke notice vthat A vn Mnlonev, of  Onthilin, Washington, U. S. A., nct-upa-  tum Timl.nr ( ruio������r, intends to npply  tor a upcoial timlier licence over th* following deseribed lunds Hii uated in the  y.oimty ot Miitaon Hivur and in itupert  DiHtrict, Vancouver Islnnd.  l-Coraiuoiioing nt a post pknt*il u-  bout 80 clinim. west of the south oast  corner of 8itrve>ed lot number 222 Hup-  ert District tlienae Houth 160 ohaiua  tbenee west 40 ohaius theuce uortb 160  .'htiinn tbenee eaat 40 chaina to tlio point  of ccminior.coriient.  2- Coiinuetiuir.g at a post planted 11-  l.out 120 ebniiis vrebt ot the south east,  oorner nf surveyed lot number 222 tbenee  aouth 1(50 chaius 'thence weat 40 chains  ih-i-Hs-' norHi ICO* ohaiuH theuce east -10  chniuii to poiut of commencement.  3~Comnmncing at a post plnnted 16i>  ohttina went of the south eust. corner of  survoyed lot 222 thence south 160 chains  theuce wphi, _o chains th-ance uorth 160  chains tb nee east 40 chains to th.  point of commencement.  4���������Commeiicing at u post planted a-  K'nl-UOOe aiuB west ofthe south ennt  corner of ���������surveyed tot 222 tbenee south  60 chains thanoe west 80 chains thenc-  nortb b0 chains thence east SO chains tn  tbe ponit. t oommencemeut  Dated Bi ptember 23rd, 1907.  5���������Commencing.at a post planted a-  bout 120 chains aonth t>f tbe south eust  corner ot surveyed -lot 222 thence eaut 160  chains thence south 40 chnins thence  west KiO ehains tbenc-- nortb 40,chains to  thi-poiut of ciimmencemeut.  ���������6���������Commencing at a post planted a-  bout 160 chainii south of the south east  coruer of surveyed lot number 222 thence  east 160 chuius thence south 40 ohaini.  thence went 160 chains thence north 40  .chaiMJ-JLtJjtPoi*^^  7���������Comaieuciug iit a post plnnted a-  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice  Victoria Land District.  District of Rupert.  bout 1G0 chains'south'of the south east  corner of survoyed lot number 228 thence  ihence weat 80 chaina thenco south SO  ohaius tbeuce oaat 80 chain;-, thoice north  80 ohaiua'to thopoint..f commencement.  8���������CmniuencihR nt n p"������t plautol n-  bont 200 ohnina" south oft ho south east  corner of surveyed lot number 222 thenoe  east 100 chains tb������ncn south 4" chains  thenoe went 160 oliniiiH thenoo north 40  chain* fr������ thepoihtof comm on cement.  Dated September 21th, 11)07;  Alva Maloney.  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister nnd. Solicitor  mul  Notary Public  Conveyancing  OMberiuiiL   B. B.  nsaenrvmnm  The Ladysmith merchants,  have decided to maintain the  Thursday ���������*lmlf holiday all the  year round with the exception of  thc Christmas month, To mark  their apprcciatio of this favor, the  employees last night entertained  tho employers in Gould's hall.'  There was singing, music, dancing, and gamcs.aud everybody  had a good time.���������Standard,  For Sale.  The Comox Co-operative Association nre offering shares at  Sro.oo each, Purchasers can  .secure any number ol Shares by  applying to Byron Crawford, Sec  tclary at Courtenay, or to R, W.  Ward, Cumberland, B. C.  TAKE NOTICE that Holland Winslow  Dering ot Camas Valley, State of Oregon  Uuitid Sliileg of America, Timber Chub  or, intends to upp y for aSpeiiul Umbo  licence over tho following deseiibi-d land,  aitm.tod in Rupert Dh-trict, Vancouu'.  lelaud, vi/.:  No.l.   Commencing at a post 1 lanud  40 ohaius west uf the South West coruer of lol MDSnyttard.District aud about  .30 chaina north of an unknown Greek  marked    Kolland    Winslow    Penny's  North    Kimt    Corner    thenco    Souih  80    chaiiiH   theitet*   West   80   chains  thence North 80 chains thence East Mi  ohaius to plnce of c immencf-nii'iit and  containing (M0 acres more or le-<x.  Located 19th -September, l!'07.  No. 2.   Coimnenciug ut a post plnnted  about 40 chi.ius West of the S*..nth Wesi  corner of lot No. 305 Sayward District  and abo^t30 chains North from au unknown   Creek   and   marked   Holland  Winslow   TV-ring's S.uth Bust Comer,  ilieuce     North      SU     cbains    thenee  West 80 obains tbenc. Soutli 8l chninn  thence East 80 chains to ph.ee of commencement and   containiug  C40  acre-  more or Ii-bh. /  Located 19th September, 1907.  .   No. 8.   Commencing at a post planted  nbout 120 chains Weat of the South wi'ts;  Homer of iot No. 305   Sayward District  .-ind ;.bout40cnnius Nortb of an nukuowi*  Creek    and     marked    l-tuhiud.    Wiu-  cl'iw .   Delia's     North     East     Corner    thence   South 8(1 chains  West (it)  North 8U elm.us Eat-t 80 chuius to  the,  place ot ci mmeucement containing 64u  naies more ork-sB-  Licated Wth September, 1 07.  No. 4. , Couiiuencing at a post plant  ed about 120 cl'b.iiis west of tbe South  Wept comer ot lot 30."> Sayward Distriot  -iriiil-about-4!!-cliains^<jr.th_of_au_jiik,  kuoivu   Crwk    aud    matkel   Holland  Winslow    De'iujj's    South   East . cor  ner    thence 80 chains Nurth    thenoe  80  chains  West    tliencn     80    cIuuuh  South thonce HO oha'uw En-t to pjuceof  comraeoceraent   containing   640 . acres  moroorleaR, ������������������;���������.���������  vLooatdL9th September, 1907.  , No. 5. Comnmncinv at ir.posWplanted  about 12l.)chaiuu west imd about fylobmns  south of the 8 West corner ������f lotH05^a>'7  ward Disti-iol aud about 1U0 ohni:)SiWi'st.  of J4 ponton surveyed land-and W;eHt.lii>i-  ofSooti'in !10 punt boniK' marlted.'-Bo-  land Wii^low Dtrimi's Nortli W������-ht  ��������� orner thwo-^ South 80 clmin-i E..������t 8ll  chnins Nj.'1'th KO o1 iuiih Wont80 chains to  phmn of commencement nnd containing  040 nores more or h s i.  Located 10 h Snploribor, UJH7.,.-,  No. 0, O-immeuoini,' at a piiBtiibuut  120 chums W'os' and about 80 obii'tim  Sou th bf th-- South Went-, ooruer. of lot  305 Sayward Diatriot and filx ut KK) chains.  Wost. i if Xf P' ������t on Section ill) of survey-  (���������il laud nnd west lino of Snctimi SO post  boiii),' marked Kolhuid W'luMow Der-  in������'H North West comer thoiaou South  80 uliuins tbouco wost 80 nhuins tlinucu  Nortli 80 ohnina tlmnou East 80 ohniiw to  plaoo of u.iiumonucMiiont aonttiining (ill)  ncres moro or less,  Locatod Jfltn Snplomber, 1907,  No, 7.   Coniinoiicingat impost plantod  nbt'tit'200 ohiiina Wont nnd 200 oh ninn  South of South Wost oornor of lot 805  Kiiywiircl   District   and   iimrkod^   Itol-  Innil Winslow   Uorin������'n   South' Wist  uoriier      thoiicu    North    it)    chaina  thonco Ennt 1(10 chains tlmnoo Builth 40  thonco Weet U50 cliahiM to plaon <>f oom-  mimuuuioiit iionliiiiiinK 010 iiurun moru or  Icsh.  Located jRitU Sept*m..or, ItiOT.  No. 8. Commencing at a post plautde  about200 chains West and about 200  chaius South of thi? South of thc South  West corner of lot 305 Sayward District  and marked Holland Winslow Der-  iu;-/H        North West comer  thence 40 chairs south thenoe 160 chairs  oiu<t th. nee 40 chains north thence 1C0  chains west to place ot commsnenu-ut  containing 040 acres more or less.  Located viotii Seplember, 1907.  No. 9. Commencing at a post planted  .lUiut 2'xj chains west aid i,b ut 100  ebaina aoutb bf the south west cmuer of  lot 305 Say wind Dhuict and marked  Holland Winsow IVrin-'s South  Hast corner thence west 40  chains thonce uorth 100 chains thence  cast 40 chaius theuce south IGo chaina U  plnce of commencement and coutaiuing  (S'Ulncaes more or less.  Located 10th September, 1907.  No. 10. Commencing at a post planted about two hundred chaius west aud  about 210 cbains south ofthe south-west  oornor of lot 305 Sayward District aud  marked Holland WiuBlow Deriug's North  West  corner th-noe , soutli  40 chains  thence east 100 cbains thence north 40  chains thence west 160 chaius to place of  commencement aud coutaiuing 6*10 acres  mo oor less.  Locatod 20th September, 1!>7.  No. 11.   Commeuciug at a post planted about 200 chains west a ml about J tii*  chaina south of the souiii west co.ner of  lot305 Suyward   District   nud  marked  Hollaud '-   VNinsl. xv    Dering's     North  East     comer       thence "    west      40  chnins theuce south IGo thence eust 4o  cbains tbeuce north bio ouaius to place ol  oouiiuoncc-iueut aud cont^iiuiuy (54o acre-  more or le.-^s.  Located Seutember i9ib, 19i/7,  No. I'i.   Conime- oiug at u pout plai t-  ed about 2uo cbains west and nbout 8o  chains north of the south west ooruer oi  Ioi 305 Siiy ward District aud marked Holland   Window    Dt-ring's   South Wost  coruer     tbi nee   north     tfo     chain.-  oast bo   chains south 8o   chains  west  So chaius to place uf commoucemeut con-  CiSSS-i-'-.  This range's oven israther^^^>.*^ iaiiit^  larger than seems    #  necessary, but you'll ^i^  like the extra ropm.^llr  since sit takes  less   fuel   and  less fuss to do  better baking.  Oven    lined  with heavy asbestos to keep  heat where it _  belongs; top, l|*M        "Vc*  bottom and ban'-  uniformly  thick.       "**  s-*^  ^-v^w:  i5^  Bums Wood  cr Coal  "This diop-nven V������"H AHCELLOR  door can't  slam   ^/i*  'down nor g-et wobbly on hinges,���������patent check-spring  stops that. Oven bottom ia double���������perforated-steelloose  bottom over the real oven bottom: level surf ace, always.  ' Way the fire door's built, and the special draft design,  make this tl.3 most sensitive of ranges to control,���������  easy to manage, sv.re to satisfy.   Come and look it  over,���������you've seen no range like ft_for the money.  TEE GURNSY FOUNDRY  CO., LIMITS)  830  Toronto  sb^^"*  *    Montreal Hamilton  Winnipeg Calgary Vancouver  for Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  <������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������  %  9  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cap^tm.. 83,91(1,000  lksBKVK, ?4,3J)0,000  Auscts,   $45,400,000  Dep.-bits, 83^400,000'  Aid. aud Mr������. Mitchell return  cd from Naiiflimo on Wednesday  Mr.i.O, W. Clinton and Mrs  Shaw were passengers to Victoria on rt.ituroov ���������  Mr. R, B, Skhmer of Nnuaimo  was in town ou Friday calling  hiH old friends.    "Hd" has pur-  *.]'i,i.i*d a piece ofla"d nr"ir Nnn-  aimo and intends   making  home then*.  his  Mr, V, O. Pickard was visiting  frieuds in the city last week.  _ ���������������������������  Mr A. Denton who ha* beeu  on a visit to Europe returned ou  Hiiday.  taming e46nicTeTmofeoriesir'"      ������������������  I/iuuteii September liJ.h, 11)07.  No. 13,   Couiiueuciut'at a post planted  about S!oo chaiuh west and about 80 chaius  north ot the sou ih west corner of lot 3ob  Sioward DUuiot and laurkod  ltoll-md  Wiuslow     Dbhuk's      South.'.'   East  corner     theuce     uortb     8j     obuiufr  wiM 80 chuius south  80 chiiius east 01.  cb'aiim to phiuo ol lomuieuoemeut coutaiu  iug b40 acres niore or loss.  Wited Sepirijilwr 19ih, IM.  Dated at Victoria. B. O.Septombor iit-ih  iUi/7.  KoLUNl) WlKBLOW DKRISU,  G..uiii(i Valley,  Oregon, U.S.A.  Timber Cruiser.  The Maimer of the Royal Bank of Canada  will he pleased to servo those  who   believe   in  Saving    Money  and placing it where it will earn'Interest. ���������  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Hank.  -M-ANAOKH,  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������  \i\^^Mmm���������**mmm������������������^m^\  W������W9*T^^'^*l_^^*jM  0. H TARBELL    *  HIGH^RADE STOVES  And* Dll KITCHEN UTENSILS  Sportsmen* Goods  nnd  General Hardware  Land Aot.  ' ~���������.������ _.  Form of Notice.  Vaucouver J^nnd District,-"  Districts of Sayward and Rupert  TAKK NOTICE thut I, llolund Wiu������*  ln\v Iicritig,if OumasValleyiStatoof.Oi-  iwu, Unit*-<1 StntcB i.f Amoi'ioii, inloiul to  apply for a special timber lioonvo over Ihe  following dosorlbeil lauds Bitiiated in H.i>  ward and Hnpoit Districts, Vnncouvoi  Inland, via;���������  No. t, Oouvnonclbg nt 11 poat planted  at thu south oast coiner of lot 3o5 h?iiy-  wuril Distriot nml murkotl Holland  Window Dorlng'H North Kant  coruer thenoo aouth ]0o chniiii  went 4i> iilmi iih nurtli Uio uhaiiis cast \v  clialna to place of begin ring ooivtitininj,  (Mo acros more or loss.  r..imiii.il Wt'iHomnor JJOth,  Dutocl nt Victoria, 1). 0, Roptorubor,24t h  1U07  UOLLANII WlNHl,OW DlUIINO  CmniiH Valley,  Oregon, Y.S.A.  Sept. 17th.  K.AIDA  Merchant  TA^IOR  -sasMHiRSfHsnaMBBaasaRflBsaGsaBaeaaRxaiSMaapsB  LADIES' TAlLOUjMADE COSTUiMKS A ^Sl'liCI-ALTY  SUITS fTlflDE TO   ORDER AND  W ANV STYLE YOU U1ISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  C U M BERtAN D,  B. C.  1  Why? buy a watch that is meant to sell.  Wheu all Waltham Watches are time-keepers.  No matter what the price   '  Waltham Watches as low as #6.00;  P. S, Hartlett 17 jewel Nickel $10.00.  Vaugttard Model #20,00  STODDART, the Jeweler,  Tho Bplnwliil Peroheron HtnlHon  "JUST  41734"  (Color, Jiny.   Weight, 1870.)  Recently puri'hased hy the Co-  . mox Howe Breeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Columns, O,, will stand for service at  .  lie stable of  B, Ckawporu, Courtenay.  Tormsi  $30 Inaufano������  Will advertising ever injure a  business? Will food ever injure  a person? Yes, to both quest-  Ions���������When the wrong kinds  aro used,  Mure** uut from ft dltdimco will ho foil  ami urtrod for nt ri'aaoiinblo niton till tmto  BXJTCiaiElK; SHOP.  A woman may cook a good roiut, but that li her busineii,  A mnn muy enjoy a good roait, but lhat'i hu builnew,  We tell good roam of beef, lamb, and mutton, that'i our business.  Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN,Manager.  TO UENT-  For Flvo Years my ranch.  For purticulai'B, npply II,  Martin,  Ooitrtonay, B. 0.   .���������������   This month is, for most stores  the year's "DK018IVK" month,  It "makos,'or mars for the year  the annual balance sheet. And  It is the supreme test of the  Store'* advertising campaign���������  unon the effectiveness of which  all else depends.  IS THERR ANY  INSTANCE  within your knowledge  where a small business  grew into a large one  without newspaper ad*  < >  Oi  CAMPBELL'S  j   "     ��������� '     o  $TTJAN0VURP, TAUTI,  < ���������  * *  1 ���������  1 1  < >  t t  t :  1 >  < ������  1 >  per *%pz* \;    i t t  CAB AX PTTffi,.... 80ot doi.  JflOtS.  MEAT PIE8  Bvtjry Saturday  3 for 26c  BAKERY  o  X I  ���������1  <������ il  *> J  1

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