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Array THE CUMBE  \  %(  A Journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of. Comox District,  It mr-rtmrn*..-*-*"--���������  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C,     TUESDAY,   NOV.    3, 1908  Subscription $a.oo a Year.  Go to the ^Big Store  before buying your Winter Suit  TAKE A LOOK  at our "Sovereign" Brand  CLOTHES  The kind that keeps far, far away from old.fogyism, styles  that are as full of snap as a fire cracker. The handiwork  of intelligent men who have made a life study of tailoring  Suits Ranging from $10 to 20.00  Also examine our fine line of Overcoats and Raincoats, Priced from 58.oo to $20.00. -...*���������.**'.  We are showing a very np-to-clate line of knitted fancy vests and sweater coats. *'\  SIMON LEISEE &��������� Co., Ltd.  Johu T, Lidstone, Mgr.  Dunsmuir Avenue  0 Cumberland" Branch.  Cumberland,. B.C.  MAROCCHI BROS ^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS I  AND PROPRIETORS OF ������  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER,     Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  nUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIEIIIIIUIIIIlllUIIIIIIIIIKl  ^  20]  IOESI  Save One Third Your Tailor's Bill  ������_.._������,.   "Oil!     S  1  y  And yet Imve your clothes made to order by tlw modern  CAMPBELL'S CLOTHING  made to order method.  We have specialists to make each pnrt of the suit Coal,  Vest aud Trousers, instead of one tailor to do it all, We  kuow mid guarantee that wc can dress and fit you as only  the high priced tailor can, and that we can save for you  a third of what he would charge. Wc do it for others, let  tid uo it tor you.        uunuitu.-. oi" -S.iiupit;* io acted iiuui.  918.00 and Up.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  -^*        Dnmmmx Avenue Cninuciiium, ii. C.       _^  i  Mr. Jowph IItint"!* nnd Mr, A.  ���������O, King arrived by Monday's bout  Irom Victoria.  Repeat it:~-*������81iiloir* Curo will  nl way* aura my eotiglui and colds.''   tt'mm   Thu first mow Call of tho sca-um  was on Saturday, Octobor 8J*t,  ���������whiolt shortly Hilar was followed  hy httaey nin.  IfnrvMt Homo nnd Tluinlcsglv-  ing services will ha hold irt tho  Methodist Church oil Sunday next.  Tho Church will bo decorated for  tlio occasion nud a thank oifering  will bo takort up.  ���������������������.  Polities are deceiving. Did  you ever sec a candidate who expected to be defeated?  Masquerade Ball  The Masquerade Ball given by  tlio Young Britons, Lodge;in tlio  Cumberland Hall on last Friday evening Oct., 30th, was a  grand success.  Tito hall was artistically decora-  tod for tho occasion hy tlio membors  und whon iilled with the' happy  maskors proven fed such, a gay ap-  poaranco us ha������ seldom boon snt-n  at previous ma:-quoradis, Tho  costumea .worn woro snflicieiit to  disguise and keep tho i-pc alors  guessing, Thora were also many  bo.intiful drosses and tlio Jiidgia  must havo experienced tuucli dilli-  oulty in chousing Uio wiunoi'i,  Tlio attendance wan a proof of  tlio popularity of Iho Yonng Briton , especially among the yotiiigur  folks of lhe city; for youth and  licnnly whs thoro in ull its griui  dour, nnd tlio mombors of tlie Or  der of Young Britons should con-  ^nitiiliilo tlioiiisolvos both on tho  fliiamiinl uud nociul kiiccoh.h of the  ���������ituwpu-radu ou Frldiy rvuuing.  Excel lont music was provided by  Mnrdock's Orcheulrii, <',mnpn������������d  of the folh-win ��������� gontlonien. Messrs H. Murdock, cornel; II, Win  ninghain, violin; (). Parnlmn),  piano, mid M. MariotM, clarionet.  J ue loijuwmg is Uio jksl ti  tiioso who earned away j.ri/.oi-;���������  Best droscod lady, Mrs. Biek-  ������m, $fi in goods by S, Uo'im' ������v  Co.   nd til ensh.  ]{ .-! dressed gont, Mr. Lord, of  Union Bay, $5 in goods hy J. N.  McLood, and f 7 cash,  Best national character, lady,  Miss Bossie Anthony, lady's band  bn_r, value $4,110 by T.D.MeBoan.  l'est witional character, gi-nlli'-  tnatt, Alr.B, Swoonoy, razor, valtto  $>.oO, byT.K.Bato.  llnrl sustained character, lady,  Mt8, I.rtiitou, $2,50 jn g odr- by  J.  Mt I'lll.t; ii, .lull*.  Bost siistniiinil character, gentm  mini,  Mr, l.iintoii i.m.*ih in (...o.i*,  J by Ui k������oti llw,  r  WE WANT MONEY  YOU NEED THE GOODS  ���������^MTMMnitimitniwMMiniiroiii^^  So front the ist of October for every dollar you spend  in our store we will give you a ticket entitling you to a  chance in the drawing for a Gent's Waterproof Coat valued at ������ao and a set of Ladies' Furs valued at ������35. The  drawing for the set of Ladies' Futs to take place on October pay-day, The drawing for the Gent's Coat to take  place 011 November pay-day  UlMilMINIftM  cnsiiMttsnHsiw  J N. HcLEOD.  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  -9mmm  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICiTER  ^NOTARY   PUBLIC       _____ CONVEYANCING  If  Dunsmuir Avenue      CUMBER AND, B.C.  Best comic character, gentleman, C, DeKetT, pipe, value $2.50  by-A. H. Peacey.  Best comic character, lady, Miss  A. Hunden, $2.50 in goods by J.  H. Collins.  Best Topsy, Mr. Alex Maxwell,  $2.50 in goods by tho Comox Oo<  operative Society.  Best-Hobo, Robort Gray, $5 in  goods by Campbell Bros.  Best clown, Mr. Pickup jr., $-3  cash.  Prizo walte, Mr. and Mrs, Lnn.  ton, lady's bracelet, value $5 by  P. -Stoddart*  Best two stop, Mr. Andrew Gib  sou and Miss Vera Grieve, cigarette case and mutch box, value  S-WD by 0, Ilutxh'iv.  Union Buy, Oct 20���������Str,Quoon  coideil today, Bnrgo Barodn is coal  hift hero today. Tho bulk, Robort  Ki-rr today with 1000 tons of conl  left fur/Vancouver,  Ottawa, Octobor 3D��������� Tlio Olla*  wa Socialists sent it itiossngo of  congratulation fo"(,*oniiadoN Haw-  tlnritthwalto 011 his election in  Niuutiiiju, uud ui'iftiigol to givo  him a groat reception when lie arrived in Ottawa t> take bitismit,  Tills action wim premature, owing  to Kiilph .'smith winning the seat.  Wm. Sloan Elected by Acclamation.  Win. Sloan was eleeleel on last  Wednesday, Oct., 28th nomination  day, by acclamation, uo other candidate forthcoming on the conservative side,, He was declared  elected by Returning Officer P.  Phillipps Harrison, of Cumberland.  In the evening a smoker was  giveu, in tho Cumberland Ilnll  in Mr. Sloan's honor, at which a  largo number woro present of both  sides of politics. Mr. J. A brums,  acted as chairman. Tlio program  consisted of songs and speeches.  Mr. Sloan and Dr. Quinlan being  tho speakers of tho evening. Mr.  Sloan reviewed tlio work dono by  him during tho past four years and  is to bo complimented on tiie graup  work dono for this constituency.  Tbo rumour is current, and wo  hope tlmt it may prove correct that  Mr. Sloan will bo tho next Cabinet Minister for B. C. to till  1 bo vacancy being can sod by tho  defeat of the lion. Win, Tom pieman iu Victoria,  Dr. Quinlan in a neat speech  congratulated Mr, Sloan on his  t'h'elion by acclamation ami gine  ns bin reason for not contesting  tliis ni'tit, tbo tisdosBtioss of sued a  outest under existing circtunstiin-  ci's; nauiuly, tbu rot 11 in ol tbe  Uui'iur Government,  Mr. Crosby. Inspector, of the  Royal Bank of Canada and Mrp,  CroBbyof Vancouver, arrived by  Wednesday's boat and returned  on Thursday.  Repeat its���������"Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my coughs and colds."  ��������� ���������    ���������"  'th   '������������������    I.  .i .  ..  F. D. Little, was a passenger by  Wednesday's boat from Victoria,   -<fr .  Repeat it}-���������"Shiloh's Curo will  always curo niy coughs and colds."  R. Hunt returnod by Wednesday's boat from Victoria.  Mrs, Chalmers left by Thursday's bout for Denman  Island.  0  P. Dunn, was a passenger by  Thursday's boat for Vancouver.  lioboat Grsnt, M, P, P., and  family left by Saturday's hoat for  Victoria,  Mies Boll Murdock loft by Sat*  unlay,s boat for Donman Island,  ��������� ���������������������������    a.  Mr, D. I'ieklefl wus a passenger  to Donmnn Island, by Saturday'!  Iwat.  School started at 0(80 011 Monday and will Rotitjuuo so during  the winter mouths.  ^^~**������'��������� *"��������� ���������>���������mm ammmmtammmmmtmmtmmmmeamteeemi  r~*\ 1���������r~  Tomalles at>i. N, Mo Bool's.  " .Miim"<tf} TsYTiiiiBW W ITTlBr"  K. Bkiimor, left by Saturday'i  bout for Naimituo,  ���������i������*sw<M������w^������^^^l^BlsWiBjs-rs������������  lU^poat it{~-'*Slii!oh's Cure will  J always euro iny cmiglu and colds,"  ���������uin'iiiiiiiiiiiiT  e7/z / READY for WINTER  'lhe cold wcuthvr vs.11 soon be upon us, uud thc careful person is now preparing ior it,   Wc have nrenarcd for vour wants.   We have���������-**---  Meu'a Suits,   Overcoats*  Rain  Coats,  Fanoy Vests, etc.,  We havo a Swell Stook of New and Vp-  to-Date Hats and Caps etc. for Hon*  i_22S  lu Boys' Clothing wc have Two Piece, and Three Piece Suits in Tweeds, etc.  Suit* we have tlm Buster Brown, and Teddy Bear Htvles,  CAMPBELL  BROS.  iu Fancy  Dl'M^'Um  AVENUE  *{-W*r*mmmm. -*MS������jr������  i.-nrroM������,������rlfWW'  CUMBERLAND, T THE NEWS,  CTOBEKLANP, BIUTISH   COLTTMBT&  Tlie Oumberland News  i**ued  Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   6\   Cumberland  Publishing  Company.  This paper will not hold itself  restiousible' for tlie opinions of others, ns mny appear in its columns  f"o:u tin'.c-. to rime.  TUESDAY.     Kov.    8,  1903  Rod and Gun for November.  Fine diversified reading is the-  leading feature of the November  number of ''Bod and Gun and  Motor Sports' in Canada" published by W. J. Tailor, at Woodstock, Ont. The delights of camping, canoeing, fishing, hunting  and mountaineering are dwelt upon in stories which give the added  tenches of personal experiences to  tbu pleasant pieturer of enjoyment  each one presents. Particularly  notable are papers on "The Deer  of New Brunswick" by that veteran guide, Adam Moore; Deer  Farming for Profit," a summary  of inquiries on this subject made  l-y the United States Government  and "Wild Rico Growing in Nova  S otia." Every-one will enjoy  reading tbo stories, "Running the  Rapids with an amateur" by L.  "W, Bingay; "Experiences a6 a  Bear Hunter" by Dr. Heiizel;  "How I missed a Moose and Deer  nii-1 shot a Wolf,-3' by Jack Miner;  nuTuHlTe~fruHT^  J. A. Shade, who believes, when  all points are taken into consideration, that he has the finest moose  bend yet taken uut of New Brians-  w'ek.,, This summary by no means  ji..-hides tlio wholo of the wide  ib Id covered. Diversions being  made into many paths each one of  which must appeal to mimy readers. With the various department, tlie wealth of material included in this number of thema������a  '/.un* is surprising and includes  C' ntributions that must appeal to  till lnvoi'B of out door life.  ������,**  mr-  w*>.  la a  }#&*>���������'  , ''The only thing I oan do now*is to take tiief^ger:fcompleieiy bit   Itioanno't; otherwise be-cxtr^d."  So aaid onaof tho .leading do6t������rs of Torbntqto Mr. %. Gj Edwtods, P.D^O.R.Aip.F., P.O^_I.lvb.O;P.,  thewelWtnown yytendl/BooHfitylander,ot i**}iterSJ^$;.Tw<w#o..',\, AJniceta-jeer before, Mr>.^w*ards  cut tho middle finger of his left hand very badly and blood poison ensued.    For two months the  doctor had been treating him, but no good had resulted, and this  : vi as the linal daoision.    A flf fcy-otnt box of 2am- Buk saved Mr.  Edwards f-rom life-long mutilation whioh $500 ^ould not have  .conipensated him for.    He saya:: "The blood: pbisbff" froni' the  finger spread up my hand and arm and oaueed me terrible agony.  After month-' treatment the doctor said there was no oure, and  amputation would have to take plaoe if I intended to aave the  arm. My hand, _t that timei'was all swollen 'up ind disoolbred,  iand;I had to,carry it In a, sling. I left,that:doctor.and: consulted  ! another. .*.*������������������-..���������       ���������   ���������    -���������-������������������'.       ��������� ���������-.-.  ; After a fow weeks' treatment ho also told ma that oporation would be necessary,  ��������� and tlio finger would hnve to bo opened so that the bono could bo scraped.  1 wont uway te consider when I. would havo tho operation performed, and  mot a friend who   advised  ma   to  try  Zam-Buk.    That night I   bathed   tho  wound and put on somo  Zam-Buk.     I got a   littlo  sleep   for the first timo  for many nights.     In tho morning the  wound  began to bleed instead of tho  foul discharging as in the past    This was a healthy sign so I went on with the  Zam-Buk.    Well, to cut a  long story short,  in a few days   I put  away   the  eii jig and in a fow weeks tho finger was healod completely.   To-day that finger is  as sound oa a bell and I owe it to Zam-Buk."  A WORD TO WIVES  Wives and mothers should know that  Zam-Buk is tho finest, safestiand surest  healer yet known. It is a herbal balm  whioh acts like magio in healing Bores,  outa, poisoned wounds, cracked hands,  chapped' places, -cold, aoroa. eotema,  ulcers, festori'-g sores and al) skin diseases. So punt la it that it can bo applied to the delicato skin of bubes, and  yet so powerful thut chronic woutidsare  closed and cured by it. It soothes the  pain of piles and stops the bleeding. It  is highly anfisoptio. AboxofZam-Bufc  is as good as a medicine chest, so many  uses it fulfilo. All druggists and stores  sell at 50o a box or post freo from  Zam-Buk  Co.,  Toronto,   for price.  SAVED HIS  FINGER  WE   OfFER  fREE TRIAL  YOU  BOX  Send this Coupon, lo staaip.  and namo of this paper 'W  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, and]  you will receive free samplo.  KHquimalt ft Nanaimo By  APPLICATION   FOR IIOTEL  LICENCE.  VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT,  ';;ioo8:>t,r'::'"  Warning to Purchasers.  EVERY assignment of tho ritrlit of a  South African Volunteer entitled  to alandg.autmutt be by way of appointment of a subslitu eand muBtbe in  tho form provided by the Aot.  Special attention is called to Sub-s-?c-  tion 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteers  Bounty Ac*, 1908, which provides that no  assignment of the right-of a voiaateer hy  the appointment of a substitute shall be  accepted or rooognized by the Dei nrt-  ���������ment-of-theJnterior-which-IS-NO.'C-iiX!.  ECOTED AND DATED AFTER THE  DATE OF THE WARRANT FOR THE  LAND GRANT iasued by the Minister of  Militia and Dofenoe in favor of tbe volunteer.  J, W. GREEN WAY,  Commissioner of Dominion  Lands, Ottawa.  28'h September, 1908.  ,V<ii������i*iwsi m~mm-mmmm^^m-m-mmi-mmmn^rmmm*itmmt  APPLICATION   FOR 110TE1  LICENCE.  TVPKWltlTKUS FOR SALE  m Nnv lJlickeiieJerfer at Cost, nn  JJ'iipirugood-as now. Apply C"'������������������>���������-  ln-1 la ii I NW*,  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  npply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for tlio Union Hotel, siltm  ted at Union B. 0.  Samuki. C. Davis  DutoH 27tb day of Oct., 1008.  USSS  ���������������������������"���������'nn  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico Victoria, for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox, B. C.  J. B. Hor.Mi-js  Dated-27thdayof Oct.,1908.  APPLICATION FOil  HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is horoby given that  one month from date I intend to  a()ply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police. Victoria tor a  renewal of tho Hotel Licence held  by me for tho Elk Hotel situated  at Coinox,  Gkobob G. M,vorK>NAf,D  Dated 27th day of Oct,1908.  APPLICATION  FOR HOTE1  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given thai  one month from date I intond ti  apply to tho Superintendent oi  Provincial Police, Victoria for :  renewal of tho Hotel Licence helc  by us for the Palmer Hotel situated at Bayne Sound,  John R. Johnsoj  James S. Da}  Dated 3rd day of'Nov., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTE1  ===^===^leE^eET=~"=====  NOTICE is hereby .given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by ns for the Nelson Hotel sitna-  ted at Union Bay.  Fraser a Bishoi  Dated 3rd dat of Nov., 1'P08.  ange  How a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money.  By Indicating when oven is ready for  baking,. By cutting out the "peeping"  into oven. By showing: on ita face what  is going on in the oven, By saving  "door-opening" heat.  By substituting  oertainty for chance  in baking results.  ���������         ���������������-HI  "Sask-alta" rango  thermometer was  t,������������t������rf fnr ������l v mor������f h������i  tofore Giit) range w*.a  sold. "Sask-alta"  thermometer is to  the hou?ewifo what  the compass is to tho  ship captain.  EClaiyS  Ltntftft Toronto. Mont rt ������������W������rmip������g, Vancouver, tt. John. Iftmlftan. Canary  APPLIOATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE in horoby given that  ono month from date I intond to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotol Licence  held by me for tlio Courtenay Hotel, situated at Courteniy B. C.  Joilat li, iloHNSTON  Dated 27t.i dny of Oct., 1908.  ���������"������������������w*1***^^  APPLIOATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given, that  ouo month from dnte I intond to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for n  renewal of the Hotel Licence hold  by mu for tlm Spring Inn Hotel,  situated on Coinox Komi.  John II, Pikut  Dated 87th day of Oct., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE ie hereby given that  ono month from dato I intend to  npply to tho Superintendent of  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of Hotel Licence held by  mo for tho Wilson Hotel, situated  at Union Bay,  Jno, Humphrey,  Dated this 3rd day of Nov., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LIOENOE.  NOTION is hereby given that  ono month from date I intend to  apply to thm Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hotel Licence held  by me for tho Lome Hotel situa*  tod at Comox B. 0.  Fi.onitNo* Mary Ci.ifi'k  Dated 3rd day of Nov., 11)08,  Union  BA.i*m.Tj*f.'Zt a  X  Hotel  Vmovxizxit,  i.r>Rli*ri 4 x MJUTON Mw���������vi ou Up alio, llie f.wo������������ MILWAUKM  HEKRS~-Anri������n������������r, Hobsmian, Hohlltr, Ao, "DIM OHKY UKARU"  HVQVVU WHISKY, Bost Wmna ntul Liquors of all kind*.  Ths rfcsriling ninii Lodging M'-partmsnt, under ths minioilfnts sn[i������rintnnilsnos of Mrs  Davis, will Im found Pint elans ia *v*ry r.tpett.  PA-TWfl  Htl oo ^"T A*.-r \vp-warAu  W-mm  v dM'tywmtl  YrliMrWA  _1  \y>,'\n' '.   '���������*���������' l������.i /j  <8WW<r0*i-'9t������������??WWW ������tf������^<T������?9Y9?9t9^f������?f  A CompleitJ slock of NewGtoods  Wc have just opened np the most complete  lire* of htgh-clitss Furniture ever all-own in  thin district, Tlicic goods have come direct  I'i on the factory and consist of sideboards,  taaTfi������������������ Wi'sseiH and nu -uh, cheffotiic-T-i, KxU-u  pini tn 1^ , parlor tahlt", Morris ehnirs, dineta  ������������������������������.���������    "���������'. ��������� .il������o carrv a fine line of blanket* and  f  cm! rerun  C, H. Ta:bell. Local cAgenl\  'IV Wight Price  Furniture Stoic  J. H. COLLINS _  QOLLECIATE   SCH00|_  POR  BOYS  The Laurels       BelcherjStreet  Victoria, B C  Patron and Visits*,  CHK LORD  BISUOP  OF  COLUMBIA  8. "City of Nanaimo.  VICTOSSIA.���������CCM03C       UCW-TIEt  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. *m for  Nanaimo,. calling at Crofton .Kuper  and Thetis Islands vvhen_, fro.ght or  passengers offer. ���������  Leavels Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 n. m.,  for Union Uay Coinox and way ports  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m,( for  Union Bay Comox and  way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m,,   for  [Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 7 p.m., for  Victona,  VANCOUVER - NAUAIMO -LADY.  VttlTB   &OT7TS.  S. 8.     "JOAN."  Sails Iroin   Vancouver   for   Nnnmo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nar.aimo   for   Van ouver  daily, excfpi Su������ria)s, at 7 a.m.  Head Master  '. W. LAINO, ESQ.,   M. A.,   OXFORD  Assisted by three Graduates of the Reecg-  iuti Unirersities of Great Britain and Can-  _tda ,. '���������������������������'���������������������������     .',' ���������     -_ _  Msd.rate tsritj (or boarders.  Property consists of five aores with spaci-  ������������������(,** sehool balldiais,  gronadi, cyasa ������)nro,  ted.  APfLY 10 EKAD MASTER.  extensive  recreatin  Cadet corpt cr^ED  W'liiiniiiiiiii'U'Hx  STAR'  I Stable  :.  Maxwell & Hornal  +  Proprietors.  ���������JTEAMSTERS nnd DRAYMEN  ^SINGLE and, DOUBLE RIGS"  ;;FrJr HIRE. ALL ORDERS '  ..PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  TO,!  ������������������     '���������        --' ������������������������������������������������������ -----    .  ilM'-SUHmklarJi:  ^���������H1 HMI IIII i II Nl||>,,  t,9fi***9**9999A9*99*>9* MMt*#MMll������t*ll|<9*\  When in Dnmberland  STAY AT THE  VKNDOMK.  at   Au CoNvvmxc*'* 10a Guisrs'  f ur Bam is Hurrurtp witv  Best Liquors and Clirars  BUAMBEKO & WILSON  Prop  VANCOUVJSE-NANAIMO *C01tOX  UNION.  ������*S. S. Queen City" (C.P.B..  Leas Vauomver, Sunday, 7 pm, Ar  lives at Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p. m.  Lekves Nanaimo Monday, 3a.ni, Arrives at Union, Monday, 11 a. m. Arrive  nt Comox, Meuday, 1 p, m.  Leave Comox, Monday, 7 p. m. Arrive  at Uuion, Monday, 8 p. in.  i^LwyjBjUnLons_TjieEday,������.5,a.,Bi,^ Arrives-  at Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 11.30 a. m.  iieavcs Nanaimo, Tuesday, at I p.m.  Arrive at Vancouver, Tuecday, at ,5p.m.  Calling at Wav Ports when freight aud  passengers offer.  TIME TABL? EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 1907,  NORTH BOUND���������Read   Pew n  ^Stations,  Viotoria,  Huatols,  ���������Shawnigan,  <i  Cobble Hill,  Cowiuhaa,  Kokiilah,  Duncan's,  Semni.o*,  Wettbolme,  Cberuainni,  LidyiuHh,  South Welllogton,  Nanaimo,  Wellibgtos,  PasMngoj Trains  Daily  No. 1  De, 9.00  9,U  10.17  10.22  10.49  10.41  10, S3  11.00  11.07  11.11  11 32  11.67  12.18  19,35  Ar 12.53  Sundny  Wed.  Sat.  Ne. 3  Di. 15 00  15 04  10.15  10.18  16,30  10.41  16.47  16.58  1710  17. SI  17 35  17.65  18.19  18.10  Ar 18 45  SOUTH BOUND-RMd Up.  Victoria,  RdmsIs,  Sbawriifui,  M  Cohbls Hill,  Cowlobaa,  Koknilah,  Uunosu's,  8om#no*,  Weilholm*,  Cbsmainni,  Udyimitb,  n  Sontb Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wtliiogton,  No, a  Ar, i3.ee  12.09  10.tl  10,48  10.40  10.15  10. Oli  10,02  ..il  M7  U.iiB  Os. 9.00  Ar. 8.60  8. US  B.I5  Ds, 8.00  No, ������  1I.6P  18.51  17.85  17.90  17.W  17.18  17 03  10.-58  16 43  16.32  U.SU  tt, 15.68  Ar. 15.48  11.37  16. IS  D*. 16.00  Thousand Mile snd Commutation Tic*  keli on isle, good ever ml and nean.er  lines, nt two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Kxcur  lions, and reduced met for purtiei may  be arranged fot on application to tho  Uut, Pais, Agent at Victoria.  The Companr reiervef the right lo  change without previous notice, mea-meo  ^nil-UK daiei nml hnurt ol iniling.  Kxriirsion Tirleis on Sale from and fo  all Stnticinir, gooii lor frmng journey Sat*  unl,iy and .Sunday, returning not later  ,hnn Mumlftv.  .J, VV. TUnilV, Clue. Her,. *,.(*, Onnut S.v  0, h. COURTNEY, DUt Frt. ft. law. A������.  60  VIAPtl*  ���������xr>ffiicNo*z  KOR SAltV,.  One .TJ liutko (Kiwec Gnwlinc  Kn^ne, oomplett*. with reverting  uluidi. ������l������o propeller nml *hnrtin^.  For rwrticiiUni npplj to C. Grant,  CtniiWrUiiil, II. C.  nape Marm*  Oattnna  e������rvm������HT������ Ae.  ��������� sMek *tt.**_mimurin km  *r etxnmt frssmaa***t ia  ��������� Mb, f>.������������m������j>l������*.  m. OiAmi *nm-iftll_i*thim*mmmu,  ^aes3a!������^l?^"'*,'  Rlific JltiKriCait.  itmti&ms&x&.'t'  ���������*_������rjmmt   wmrmm,*mm  . a*\txn*iivi-**nm::<**.  _ _________j____^ WmtaMem V_sia_ti Yt  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA:  e<m-  p.-ji  ii  pvau  m  Wi  m  ���������A������t- -w4&&iv5gfiyir,  **L        -    ���������- -  aiitties*  TheHUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Aeentsfor S.C  NOTICE  Every Monday and  Friday  I  will be in town  to, deliver Fresh  Butter add all kinds of Vegetables  and a'si 20 tons of potatoes;  will  rieirclielm.  J>7  Chiu Yeuk,  Sandwick.  m  Wl  Vehicles, Implements,  >H-*K-H������������~H������l-"  Every Tool  For tho  Farmer.  less   and  gnaraatoed  _^_  1������!<*}~{.*]������H,*l''^*Ha  wnr������-  .������������*Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  with    __, _ _,_ -  ROD and GUN  Walwdrth-Rolstori Go.Lt(l  H.  S. R0LST0N,   Managing Director.  Vanoouver, Bo C.  See E. C. Erode* Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  If you llko w reid of ih������ experlsacas el  .nelen, shooter* md "imperii or nehtian  or If you in Intsrsiisd In -.ounrry lire, six  your rmrnilesler fo* Foreit anil Stream,  or write tor free epeclmes con*, or send  twenty-five eenrs for four wi-ekr trliltrlp.  rV*il nnd Strs.m Is n urge lllujtrited  weekly lourssl, which contilm the following  departmenrsi  CUim. Dmi tadOm,      ������������<������������__ History.  ���������S.i ������������id River riehlntf,  Viehiln*  TtiiSpirlirn'nTojrUI, Ca,noelnA  Kills una Trap. Ktirncl.  Wo lend free our estilogue of the best books  on outdoor life and recreitiou.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  3*6 Broadway, Now York City.  r&������������"'/j'  l^  M*4^M**IH*'4'HMH*M"M"**,M"M'  I Cumberland Livery |  : a i*d Feed Stable...  4  1PPLI0ATION FDR TRANS  KKROF HOTELMCENOE.  Notice is horoliy given tlmt flt  |in next Hitting of tlio Hoard   of  I'eouce Gomtniwioiicrs  for   tk<  |?ty of Cum Wwitl  I intond  to  .ply for������ transfer of Hotel  I.i*  [nee now held liy tne on block 3  5 Cumln'ilmitl Townsite   to  [iUon * Drain berg.  J. il. Uannkiima.v.  Iited Sept., SUth, IMS.  AND   IMWJSTJ1Y   *\ct.-  the inuiter of nn tippliiatijii  l.'or a  (liijilii'iite cortiiioiitt' of tile tn  icii't    rl...!i..' ..    * ������������������-.-.  , r, "  (���������lection 17, Diutrict of Comox.  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : ClyAvSS  RIGS : OF :. ALL,  KINDS   I wooa  I and Coal  Hauled  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMHURUNP,   ������. 0  ������f������f������|.|������H-f"W''l"J,'l''l''W''M'k?*W-f'  T7ooi'o PhosshQdini.  77������J   Unfit   UngUnn   Jlemerlu.  'I unoti iiiid invJtfuraitMtlM) wholo  norvou* srsunii,  tn;ili������iti   rm������������  Jlloixlln old VVIwi. ViitesAii'i**  IMillUy. Mental end Itrulm It'owy, IK*  .. tttaew, Stxml )rtiikiif_������.Kmt*nlnn������, Hint*  Piotorrhrmt*, nntt /<;?*<'< o/Ahust er hernial,  l-tioetiP*tbq_i,*li*tttrt,\  <jmo-w111ttl������=������i-.������_*-x  will etite. flomby all flrnmrlitsor mailed hi  In pkir. on __*e*\vt, nt prloiL A/w pavi* \M  NOTIOB.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of  the   Union   Oolliery  Company by any person  or per*  gonH���������except tain crew���������iu strictly  prohibited.   Employees r.re uub-  iec to dismissal for allowing sam-  Uy order  PttANcis D  Lmm  .Mfltia^ei.  rs NURSERIES.  Oil*  peniten-'i,  W(A_ Th*������WeedMmJIoIno 0������.  tfemerly mmlrnei ferontni  Ont,  [VoHco in hctohy given that ll  ,.iy intention at tho expiration  hne moiitli from date of the iim  [illation hereof to iwiio a Du-  i-ftie Certiflatu uf Tiul lo u-i  land iiAiied to the Trustees of  lomox Seli������)l l>i������irict otitis e  Lli January 1873 nnd mmiWMl  I*.  S. V, Wool iim,  R^iatrar (irneniJ,  [tetel.Sft., t>2nd, JIM)*  Coofe's Cotton Root Compound  >n which  AI In lli  nrUi-No, 1,  ,*-.-*sf"*n������rwi... -������. ,  far *|iednl_������jiie*t, u'per bet.  Bnl.l i.y nil uiiiikIiUl or ������p\.t  rinjpaf.i f*n n<orT*������ti M prtj*  Kiw'.tnfhtrt.   A.l.ln ;������if Till  tVm*Ut.w4*ihi\<*.,* *tv> littXit.t. W' '*���������'*������ (1 ti iH,.fl  - ���������  .. vmtmmmmmm       mm������m.m������wmhhm.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������:  >���������<>���������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE,  Fire    and    Life  ?, ,'t1   '    ' -  Pi.- Hi4 Rilu.i-m to r  Pirc Insurance fall and get  rate* before insuring.  Wesley Willard  Agent fortlic Royal  r I Liverpool,  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  JOHN McLEODS  f6.r First-class  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  lUCft  C  H  -O  I  c  E  S  T  -AND-  Nuw K-rowiug in our Nuroiioa  for tlio l'.ill ti  lo:���������  90,000 I'o'ioli, Ap.'ioot, NujI-uriiHV),  Cher.  ty, I'lutii, i nun, IVnriiml Ajipla  ��������� n nil lfailiii|{ v.iiiMico  ]00,(1)0 Hmnll Fruits.  10,030 OrnKmentn* Iroon, in all lciulin-j  vir[t!tl<>^ for]), 0,  Striully liomo Ki'o'.vn mi'l not milijnul. to  iliimuito from f..rui>j;il l<*i..  Stouli of Jlitllwi tu arrivo in AiiK'tHt from  Jiijmn, I'niiM'o mul ilo'liiiiil.  Ik*' Siiiiplli'c, s'ih ay rir.iij'ii, Koniln, lCtc,  Ji-)-i<;i������oUA'i'.U.C) iUld J-'liKK.  Orcfl-ihoiiBos, Baud Hou*pa nnd   Post  Olll.o Adilio-H,  8010 WV.yiX 11*dTKA HOAD,  Vancouver,  B.C.  in season at   ,  D. HUNDEN'S  tut  Synopsis   of  OanadUn   Ho:co3taad  "rtagulaiionsi.  Any avnilnble Doiuiuion Imnila within  tho Itiiilwuy Belt, in liritish Columbia,  amy do honiOHtoii'lofl by any pomon who  is tlio sole hiiad of n family, or nuy mule  ovor 18 yonrs of njjo, to tho oxtont o( one  qmirtor seotion of 10.) aorea. moro or less  JS'ilry miiH-t bo nmrlo \>naonaUy nt tho  Inenl Iniul Unco for tho dinti-jet in whioh  tho hind in situate. Entry by proxy  mny, howav-er, bo made on certain oo������-  ditionshy tho fnthor, mothor, mm, dniiuh*  tor b-othor or sister of and intoudiajr  liomtflti'iidor.  Tho liuiuostonJoi' is re<] u irod to porform  tho eoiiditioiiH i.'oniii'Oli'd thoro" itb  uudor ono ut tlio following plans;  (I) Al lo.i������t wlx months' n^idonco upon  nnd cultivntion of tho lmidlu eitoh yoar  for Ihrnn yonro.  (-') If tho fnthor ("or mothor, if tho  fnthor in ilooanHed), of. thn h'^niPHtfador  rosldcn upon n fnnn in thn vioinity of tho  Innd ont-'i'O'.l for, Iho ruviiiivmoiita an to  wildoii'ii mny bountlslloil by hiioIi pornnn  rosiili.'K with tlio fnthcr or mothor.  (II) If tht solth)i' li?m hiii pni'in.-iiiBiit ro-  cidr'iioi) npun fiii'mlii/f Juixl mvnoil ly  him iu tho violuily of hi.*i li.imivtoiid, thn  11.jUili-m.-jiLis ii.,l i i-i'Miiniicc mny bn iu|.  Ili'd by ri'iiidoiu'o upon th" snid Iniul.  Hlx m.iiths'ti'itico in ivtithitf nhould  bo i/ivon to thn 0oitnii*������:ioii"r of Diirniii-  lon I'liirnh nl Ottniviiof iiit������iilioii to np  ply for p.ili<nt.  I'oAi.- Cud wlnliiH! rl������fht.i ni������y bo  oriiiI f'r n porlod nf t,������ci.ty-i>n������) .innrn  nl nn nivuml ror.tnl of .fl |ior no rn. Nut  moro tlui'i '.',.VW nnroii ahull bn Io.ihu.I in  nee in<b-i luul ������ir iviiiipany. ,V im.uiIij  ni .IU' nib * of tlvo onn Ih por ton shrill bf  oolleotnil on Iho rniTflinnttibl" (".nl mi".-**i  \v. \v. cimv.  Ii.'ji.i!, ..f tint Mmistor of tlm Interior  Nf I), ��������� I'li.-iiilhoi'izoil publlfiilioinif thi,-'  luWnrli.i ini'iit will lift bn juu.1 for.  Quality'of material forms  tlie basis of'any woll made  range. A good design"is es-  rentia], but a poor quality  product lacks durability,  cos Is too mueli iw repairs,  and proves a nuisance in  every way.  In the Oxford Chancellor,  the body is made of the bo it  cokl-rooled steel plat is.  To this is clos'sly riveted an  'interlining of sisbest >s millboard.  Between the main bottom  and the bottom of the stove  are  two  air   spaces    whicii  "jlrof'eWTlurilbor from   overheating.  The Oxford Chmeellor  is  a  strong,   safe,   satisfactory   I  in every way. ,*>  range  i-f *. u  r    ���������"*-* \i-m, rXH*r*N  ��������� ���������/j srs^w?^��������������� _ -~r\ M  r   ifum*XLm-i*r_i _.  i,    ', mt _  ,. .w u������  ���������:-^W'."i,-!*i*i_i@p  l^.o^'ttimaa-mmmmmmm  h? Sale in Cumberland  fcyT. E. BATE,  JxTagnet Cash Store  $3<);oo per week or ,|oo per  cent profit. All sfiiupVs, .stationery, and art eatalogtic free.  Wc want one permanent agfiit  in thi.'i locality for th<| l.tr-i������cst  picture and liaiiie house iu America.   Kxpericncc!   iinueccMsary.  THE SUN A PUZZLE.  We See Only the Outer Shells of tht  Great Blazing Orb.  The great bull of lire which we call  thc sou is not really the sun. No ou%  bas ever seen the huh. A series of  concentric shells envelops a iiuoIcum nf  which we kuow absolutely uotliiug ,e.v-  ci'pt that It must be nluio?! infinitely  hotter than tbe Uereest furirtico mn)  ihnt it uiirst auioimi io more tbau niiivi-  teutlis of the solar mass.  Thai nucleus Is the real bud, forever  hidden from us. The outermost of ths  enveloping shells Is about 5,000 miles  thick and is called the chromosphere.  It is a gaseous fluid, Uuted witli the  ecnrlot glare of hydrogen, nnd so furiously active that It spurts up g*-e.:\i  tongues of glowing gas (prominences)  to ihe height of thousnuds of miles.  Time wns when this agitated sea of  crimson fire could be'seeu to advantage  only during an eclipse. Now special instruments ai-o used which enable astronomers to study it In tho full glare.  of the sun.  Beyond the chromosphere, far beyond  the prominences even, lies tbe nebulous  pallid corona visible only during the  vanishing moments of a total eclipse,  'aggregating not more tbau seven days  In a century.  No one bas ever satisfactorily explained how tbe highly attenuated  matter composing both the prominences and the corona Is supported  without falling back into tho sun un-  dor the pull of solar gravitation. Novi  thatArrhenlus hns cosruically npplied  the effects of light pressure a soluUon  Is presented.  now difficult It fs to account for  such delicate streamers as the promt,  nences an the suu is bettor comnre-  bended when wo fully understand how  relentlessly powerful is tlie grip of  solar gravitation.  If tie sun were a habitable glob*  and you could transport yourself to iu  surface, you would find yourself pulled  dowu so forcibly by gravitation' thai  you would weigh two tons, assuming  that .vou are au ordinary human beinfr,  I'our clothing alone would weigh  -more-than-n^un^?raTTpmll"Basebair  could l>e played in n solar drawing  room, for there would lie somo difficulty In throwing a ball more than  thirty feet  Tennis would be degraded to a form  of outdoor plngpong.  From these consideration*; It Is pin In  that gravitation on tho sun would tend  to prevent the formation of any lambent fitrrnmers unci to pull down to Its  surface masses of any size,  OARNI/M'S OLD LION.  How the Greet Showman Turned Hlr  Death to Acccunl,  Among the features of the parndei  of the llarnum circus there wns formerly one thnt never fulled to nttrnct  attention. On the top of oiio of tho  wild boant enges Iny nn enormous Hon.  Ho was not confined In any wny, nnd  nervous people watching t'is> pnran*'  would shudder, nt the sight and con-  template the terrible possibility of tlin  lion springing Into tlio uilrtKt of tho  crowd.  Hut tho venerable ohl lilug of boasts  hnd reached tho leonine dot nge, nn.l  stiffened musclra und blunted cl.in-i  roinlorcd hlin hi! ru: I ess. lie wun un  mild an n kitten and b> the w Inter  <|uui'iera, where he was allowed tr.  roam at will, sniui'tlntr-fl hnd to Lm protected from the miKlitii-ffli'a of Irreverent rind inlselti-'vniiM pupiiles.  Odo I'.ighl,. hi.* wauili-red from Um  quarters. In the mime of his trnveM  he elmnwd on n barn where a iiici'Ij  pj'od cow wit* phii'ldly eliewing her  cud. A faint ill. lu'r of Uio nliiinbei'ln';  Jungle spirit siined his \wtee. nnd.  with n cnmlilng lilotv of the Imgo I'orn  p,1iv. tlii* cdic u,*in -.lain: ib.-ri. I;, bi-.j  down b.'.vlile his vlillm, lie went to  slcop and di-enmiul of ibe lime when ho  iv;i*s a   -!:.'i;".;ii- |i|!J,. \- |,vlp plnyini; -.villi  hi." brotl.er*- utiilei- the bright mm of his  fni'iitr Afrlcuii homo,  In lhe UKiinii't' the ni.'nor cf tlx-coM',  ������ t-lalivntt fcti,|-*i(. wllh the IiImkI of  trbh lilmts in Iter vein', culi-rH Iho  I un: wllli ndlli pall In hand. Sin* wnn  Illl������>,|  w(!h  Hl'.illi nl tile flulit tlmi me)  Ui                          ,         .        ii         i bur ir.ife,   U'llb ;* I.ee'i e.;,*.-*.) ii\ |ji her  f instruct you  Jiow tu sell o-if' ,,������������������,, ���������,.,, ,,,, ,,���������,������������������,���������.,������������������ ,��������� per  fronds uiul fuillish llie cnpitnl.   If; _'���������.*>��������������� nhe feni-le.sly ij-iimn.-bi'd thc sleep-  ,,.,.���������,,,..,    ..     ,..���������.,,, ,     |���������,���������,��������� ilifl lien, JJlid  V |(;.|i  id,, IIK'II MMlf (lilt  ro  sou v..mi a  pcimuiifiit, lw-noia-   ���������������������������.,., f���������r inlvm| |l(l ||(y enM ,(l  ble and profitable position, wiitej donih.   lianitun |i'o'npti>- paid mr iho  n- io..hv f������<r jurtii!ili,������>, cat.il.i-J _i*'_,;,t _/,"'"* ..',',' '      : ! :;' "i"'"' ,"'!  ' ' l  fthll.lfl.'M  *"l'i.   \r, .|ii',i   e, lei  ||j  merlil  .i.tinnii,-..���������i'niul;    \V, ) (ou,!,,t !i:.,| ,i,,,ii j, i������������������i"  o.ii iv  .Ml-.,     aiid  Will.iinis   Company,   rat.)  T.i\i<i Struct, CbiiNi-Ljd. Ill,  W-  Th.*   Ol','  Tl... ...l.'-i i.-f.  In (������������������-.ru, ii* * i * ii'  iM'tlW'CII    It". ;|l:-,-,.,--  ili.ii  iiiuiiii:   iniii  o>������ iln>ii nftor1  l������j>eti.i,  ������.jJ-I In U*i������-u Uiiriv_i i JhIi*, 1   liin-inl   to  Hpply   lo tlm   Hon.  ' ' " l&MJ*!. 5**:   f.������r n him of tin;  funul.t.ic ������������f   l.cuiiiiui i  " ~ *   lidu'id, II. <',, iJo-.it.1i <l m f.iiiim-.:���������       !  . \f,������������������y.,.,,, ... * |> i. i pi<iiiir,i ,,l tbe  j loutivwost euruor o< the iitivl >.jul nurtli  | en������t qunrtor ul rod Ion fi, iJentiWD Island,  i IJ. V ; llii'imo ttint -li'i!l..siii������i lht-ii������c north  i -10 ehahr! *tl'i:iiee out 'S! vlittinn mote ut  , leas io tbo high witter tmrki t'n-M-e f������������!������  j lowing   ttte ri:i<l'Wfii**   if  till"   fcre-dirir/"  |of**y U.*fmi UUiid, Ui point ot coin  I inencn i out. emit ibib'ir l',.'������ nrr.n ei.ir-*' <r  Dnted D.-ntiiiin I-lan-l. It. C. hdy lift. Um  H. SAK,\*li>  K K"ti., Ag������it  Vi,-ffi"n*t feu. i������e_/''-si*e&"iu*tm**t.'i  s's  '       *r~i "  rt*** ~pM*������t&u t>, ���������&��������� %^  rS^'itx-nj /f&. liit  ftt*/ -iltt.  i*4i. //>)������'A/r*,irSi,  ���������''��������� r    Itf*.    *0****"? '  "'  r  jGet yniw Joli JViiu:;.::  Jdonc at the News.  IVIon In CourtcnnySfey nt  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvcry onvr-nlcnce for guests.  T)ieC iiti-^J Hat*! ior Sportemon  N������,i,n bat t\,v- V.i-%% nl Winr% nnd t 'O'l'.r* ���������  ������! i.'-e Ha. !  <5ArtH      n^A'vmMn.f.  lJiano Tnni'in;.  '���������'   -1   ^V.    <!i-",-'l   jv. .���������;.  ' 1'ij-i ii T.uier. will tray-lJumliprlHiiiJ i ���������������'���������'������������������ *���������������*���������������  !       .    .. .    ' . ; ni..'-.- ���������������������������  i  ;  xte.,1  t .viio .i  jour.,  '  want   tlt������ii'  pinnoa  er  .,,..:. i  r '        j _      .    .-. j....,    i-.iu.mi  nw'iii>   tlieir   ordcrii   fur    hint.  I,e:,vi- i.i"li*i'������ ut. tlii������  Now* Ollicv,  Ciiiii'mtIiunI, It, ('. j  i ,''  I . (.hi*  Wl.  bra., t tl-e in'i  ffhHM)   an.i   i|ef,.|  i  i.J.  n  I't!-'. 'I  dr.-itvn  V.   .  We I.i  lion.  .it Treaty.  .* a r*. ai tt,>,i:.v now  I      >l'    I1' :il,.|ltl..!|  ii.. i.ini," nf i:g.viii,  ��������� ��������� <" ;|   i*..'-  ,,f  -.   ��������� ,...-.-.   .-.,    ���������  :-ive    ,tll( inee,    -,( III)  ���������r lie- i'\tr.|.i!i*,.|i of  *.  ....������    it iul  Tb,,   Ui*,il>    wa*,  !"��������� >U I'I.; Ml ill   ei .ilijr;.'  .t.-i-..-ili'.ieil ir.unnc-  l'������iff   s  LK  Hf Un'otAed flown.  M;������*i I'M :'���������* III   Mi -i V. i* i.Viifhl I* t������  yxiiti: 'I*,  i iti.t \>i--b i.er i.-j.ci.irinti'toi'i'  ���������llm 1'uii.i-Imv ��������� -Whv   ivb.it Is tnr ;,-'���������  i ;ii!hj'i.*;   ?'!;e a. i��������� i,;-,  ,;���������  *-���������!(���������   an;������������������tt.ii;.;   I"l������   r.'iW   MUt  ./,..  .:rt.V������:n  from fir*  <������������������   ���������     M, -  fltXtlj    l.l    IV  *-'��������� '   jiri/fHt.ick.-   App!^' to Win. IHin-  T>m-.   tn   ,1t   T)    '.fllli*!  Hi,  Mi  te  ��������� TV  !���������<���������;: s.M.j;.  ,)r- i y  tdd,  .\\.<i\  u  ���������jrt'.'ri dt.  un,  ������������������. *���������������������������  il,  \ A>  ��������� nl.  t l*ij arts*  '   le ���������������������  *  ' '   ��������������� ten T$m news; cxmmi*&Am&* British coltbibia  Mem At*pivals  STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAMES  SILVER   MOUNTED    VASES.  If in need of anything in this liue will bo pleased to serve you.  | Stoddart, the Jeweler.  WM TAILOR  S. 1SAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits  Made to Order  from S20 to $35     All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF IIOTEL LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  month from date I intend io apply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police,Victoria, for a trans  fer of the interest of the interest in the Hotel Licence held by  ine for the Palmer Hotel situated  at Bayne Sound from myself to  Jas. S. Day.   ��������� ���������T-1309 Ripley,,,  Dated 3rd day of Nov., 1908.  APPLICATION FOR  HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Police. Victoria for a  rwiewftl of tiie Hotel Licence held  by me for the Rivoraide Hotel,  ���������situated at Courtenay IJ. 0.  (), H. Fkounek  Dated 3rd day of Nov., 11)08.  ���������<wsirr������asiw  Repeat if:--'���������Shiloh's Cure will  always cure my eonghs and colds."  Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Wnin, of  Aiinlo, left by Thursday's bont for  V icrorfa.  \ e  Wt  im steamer Iroquois which ran  .mkI on .Lii'k'? Point on Mon-  n^iii, i������i������t in a dense fug wus  '���������-. :'i/:ly ilouleil nt 0 o'clock  "suing. During the last two  ���������.livers have beon nt work  ing up all tho port holes tlmt  undt-.; water uiul when thin  'work wag eompMiMl, two Inrgi*  yi'imp-i on the t,t������nmor Maud were  t , olng and the i-iinkeu stoatnc"  ���������-.v* - 'iiirni*!."! tn tlio mtrfitce am1  id :>!,li tide .lipp-.il off tho rock  Ium ������i-ep wnti-r. The Iroquois wo*  <<>*('I longgt'dti Hirst'* wlntrf by  th'i in*.;- Juli|!������>, mid her cargo tn-  1"mi off. SluJ will he towod to  Vii't.nia this morning for rojaira  ivi.l n ������><>noral ovorliaiiltng. The  Mt'Mi'u-r ta a little damaged apart  fi'nii ihnt HiiMitlmvl through being  Ki.bmerged fur a eouplo of day*.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C, Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Nnnnnio, Union, Comox, by  the  0t������l Clyde built twin tctew  steainsr "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vat.couver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives N-niiimo, Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, .Sunday 6am  ArrweB Oomox,   Mundny 8am  Re'iir-aug:���������  Leaves Ccnox, Sunday 4 p in  Leaves Union Sunday 5 p m  Arrives Niuaiino, Sunday 11 p in  Ai rives Vancouver Monday 7am  Stngo leavos Union for Cumbcrlan 1 rv-  ery Sunday morniug on arrival of "COWICHAN;" nud leaves Cumbarlnod Hotol  st 1 p m, conneoting with steamer at  Uuion.  Sporting Customer���������A pound  of cheese please,  Grocer���������iGorgonzoIa or Cheddar?  Sporting Customer��������� Oh. I  don't care. Start 'em across the  counter and I'll take the winner.  .    ������������������ ���������" e     '     -  r  NEW YORK '  CLIPPER  II THI dREATIST  THEATRICAL 4 SHOW PAPER  IN THU WORLD.  $4.00 Pir Year.   Sing)! Copy, 10 Cls,  ISSUED WEKKI.T.  Sample Copy Priv.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LW),  ���������^*���������*'ttW.XWlwXom  Iv, f'.rwtt Hritnin lo-dnv there  nn- *;tid to he n million find it half  ..' ������<���������,��������������������������� ,p|..y������'>l p^ipln in (Iih   Mv.  Vf\ Kingdom, nn.I <m tlmho novon  *���������>,-��������� .. i <H ,,.(i|.,.,,  ,,������t,,������r. ,n, ,),,.  ])������������������! u n for t.������ol tx.td ol'illu-i.  Romombor the 5th of Novembor  next, Thursday evening, in the  Agricultural Hull, Gourtensy. A  gn������������d time for ull,���������Dance nud re*  froslunents by Gourteuay L. O, L,  1850.  MmsmMt9Wk%emteem*m*m^  People generally^  tell each other about the  good things.  That is how the merits of  "BOVRIL"  * i -  have become so universally  known. "Bovril1 is a  good thing. It is all the  nourishment of prime beef*  I APPLICATION   FOR HOTEL  LIOENOE.  Tate notice, that one month  after date I intend to apply  to tho Superintendent of Pro  vincial Polioe, under the provisions of the Liquor Licence  Act 1900, and amendments thereto, for a Hotel Licence-to sell intoxicating liquors by retail in the  premises known as the Lome Hotel, situate at Comox district, Irtish Columbia,  Dated this 29th. day of Sept. 1908  FiosEWB Mabv Cxifee.  Annual Banquet.  The Pythian Sisters held their  Annual Banquet in the K. of P.  Hall;  ou   Wednesday,   October  28th, 1908. On account of various attractions the gatheriug was  uot as large as usual, but those  present enjoyed the hospitality  of the Sisters to a very great degree. The tables were burdened with a great variety of delicacies aud were also very prettily  decorated, showing that the Sis  ters are artists at entertaining-  After all had satisfied the inner  man, Mr. John Thomson called  the gathering to order, aud disposed of a long list of toasts,  which were responded to by various members of the company  Representatives from the different fraternal societies in the city  WeTe~present-and~expressions-oi-  fraternal good-will, were freeh  exchanged. Towards the small  hours the company joined hand.*-  in singing "Auld Lang Syne,"  aud auer three ringing cheers;  for the Sisters, and also for tht*  Chairman, everyone went home  hoping that an invitation would  reach them iu time for the next  Pythian Sisters' banquet.  Com.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to th*  undersigned and endorsed "Tenders  tor Dredging Goal Harbour,'* will be received until Friday, 30th Oot, 1908, at 4:  30 P. M., for dredging reduirad at Coal  Harbour, Vaucouver, Province ot British  Columbia:���������  Tourers will not be cm.idored nnlesa  made -n the form supplied, aud signed  with the ao-ual signature* ot tenderers.  ' Specification and furm of tender can be  obtained ou application to A. O, Keeur  Esq. Resident Engine** New Westminster and at ths Department of Pub; 0  Work*, Ottawa. Tenders must incluoo  the towing ot the plant to and from the  works. Only dredges can be employed  which are registered in Canada at the  time of the filing ot tenders. Contractors must be ready to begin work within  twenty das utter the dato they bave been  notified of the acceptance of their tender.  An accepted cheque on a chartered  Innk, payable to the order of ihe Honourable tue Mitiatpr of Publio Wirks, for  one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) must  be deposited ua security. The cheque  will be returned ia case of non-acceptance  f tender.  The Opartment does not bind itself t  a^^~thTloTfest'W"aiiy~tenderr  By order,  NAP. TESSIER,  Secret*'y.  Department of PuMic works,  OtUw������, October ,7 1908.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������)���������������������������-������������>������ ���������+������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA."-  Capital, 83,900.000  Kis������K8VB,f4,300.0(JO  Assets,   $46,400,000  DwosiTB, 883,700,000  : Money Qrdgirai  Rates.  I  it  *t  n  o  (Sand undor ... S Gents  Over  $5 aud not exceeding $10     6 Cento 4b-  Over $10 nnd not exceeding $80     10 Cents  Over 830 and not exceeding $50     lCCeuta _>  These Money Orders are payable without cost in any Chartered ! \  Bank 111 Canada. 9  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,   MaN_~  >��������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Heard behind the scenes���������Mr.   to   Miss ''Kiss me and  I'll go home," "Give me another, or I will   feel insulted.    We  are pleased to say   he was'ut in  suited.  ~m-e-  l?OR SAl.H  SINGFR  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EAGY TSRMS  C. tScgravc, Aj,'c������t,   t'uuiberlwtid  The Emperor William has invented a uew hub aud brake for  railroad trains and automobiles,  which is described as offering the  greatest possible guarantee against accidents arrising from the  failure of the existing brakes to  operate when ctilled upon. The  practical experiments with it  luve not yet been completed.  Owing to the extremely heavy  ruins of, the Inst fow dny������, n por-  ilim of tho C. *k U. Water worka  Ci'adiun, ut Hum 11 ton luko wat  washoii out thereby causing the  water to bo ilmt off. Quito tt  largo number of men aro repair'  ing thu ihtmugu and the Cum pun j  oxjwct to have tho *xa.w mipply  turned on in n filtort timo.  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  1  m*mmmmmm*amm*mm*mmtm=m^mm=mmxctxsaawtawammmmiKm  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mnt.E TO  Of^t>B^ AfiD  IH AHV STYliB YOU UlISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From 920 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  8  i  OT1BIBLMB  F1IIT  ������@BKS  Palntinsr, Paper Hanfirlngr, Kalsomln  ing, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Pries Iiwotre than Elsewhere Good Workm  Leave Orders at J. KoPhee St Gk>ns  CHAS HERAPER,   -    -  Courtenay, B. C.  UeptMit It:���������"Shiloh'u Cure will  iilwnyi cunt my conglm and colls."  Av'.ve jjo ������������pU'r*  the   prt.,.,-.  ������''.'ttti;il curpiiftt hf iooS in tht-j ,5iSi?*'1  v������.i^;i������;u>:hi....������w.i^ttt, i.       TUE KIND  ������ -.hi. .mil thr various folitWl x.-xt]'   T'-TAV fc'l T? ACt,*t*  ttt..    "���������    ,tt*'ti,mi)       ,'���������,;.'   '     ' tuii        ������    '*������  '        f   Ll1:.^*','^,  ClC*. ...*IC /il4f������'   I .'I ft.  I i.i.Mil,     (,lj  cntri- v.ttnc r-f t* t- jjj.ilhr p.it  tt.> ������i;l! carry any of :!ie Sutts  r������������������������ I uitir eir������j.ij;n managess  A 1*1 <��������� l:"l tn a-yd) r'tnt������������������,.*. }:,.,  iht j.'et Mblk.rirji flij.l litmocrtit.  nte l>vth sure of victory .������ <! hitv<-  given out t.;bjJj������tc������! M������>u-iiicw:.s  showing the SUtca thty expu t  fo curry.  THEPLOPLE  E.w.c������ar;rrf*c-LTt>.  vyi Tef..u������. tr.t. ssy  "k  Tlio flrot lino of rural ninii delivery in CmiMila wat Htartod lnnt  wwV.    It runs between Hamiltoit  Hllll  ������������(IC������������������1V1   Wii.t^l, w v!!^t,.,..i> uf  sewn ni������iO������. Unfit ul llm 37 *u)>  Kcribers h������s a loidced box, with  tw������> tioliveriei ft day, liaeh Iwx  "i no set tlv*t It chii bt> (implied  nml hitt-ii wittioiiv lue ninn man  leaving hi������ wugott.  Toinnlie������ ut J. N. MnLood't.  ���������SEALED TENDERS addressed to the  u "doraiRued, and endorsed ' 'Tend-r for  Publio Buildihit, Vernon, B.C., will bo te  lifivvd at, this iiffloo until 4:30 p. na., on  Frida.., NovmdIw 30th, '008, ht tbe oou  struntiou uf a P.ibllo-Buildingat Vernon.  Plans and specification onn bo seen and  forms of tender obtainel at this Department, m-d pn appllc������tion to the Poit-  maiter at Vernon.  Persons tonderiiig nre notified that tenders will not its considered nnleas (node  on the printed form nupplio.l, aud signed  with their ioIiwI aigaaturea,  Etch looder aiuit be ncjorapnnlod bj  an ncoepted clii-nuo on a ohortored bank,  made pnyabJo t> tho order of tho Honoru  ble the MinUterof Publio Worka, equnl  to ten per oent (10 p. o.) of the amount  t tbo tender, which will be forfeited it  the person tendering define to enter iu  toacontMot whon called u^on to do so,  or if ho fail to complete the work ooi.tr.c-  till for, lf the tender be notaooepkd  theohoijuo wil boruturned.  The Ujmrtmmt dues not bind Itself U>  acoeyt the lotrcst < r auy tender.  By ord* r  Hm; Trnimn,  Secretary.  Djpnrtment of Pnblio Work*,  Ottawa, Outohrr 80th, I0u8.  Nowapupirs will no. bj paid for thla  oilvsrtlsoiDont if tb������-y Insert it without  aatborlty fr in tbs Uspurtmo-ut,  SASICATCHKWAN MASONS.  Itigiiirt, Snsk,, Oct. 50 -Tin  first pivwptory of tho Mntonic  Ord^rentHltlUhtMl iu SH-skntchuwnit  wm institnttHj horo todny, Gnmd  Prior Hiilnoy T. HondsconiliB ol  Winnipog, umi visiting Bii  Knights from Msnitoun, jwrform-  \���������^ ihe vv.....A.y. Offltit'r? i-'tn*  uppoink-d /ut J lit,* new yri'i-v\Atztr)  and U8 wmdidHtei, including Uae*  om Irom all ovor Siukatcliuwiii,  wcregivvti dcgreen, Following tht-  CCl'tMlltill)   M   UHlilJViwl    V,**a    \it\-d. '...  tho KingV hoii'l.  New Stock Arrived  and Arriving.  Consisting of Solid Silver, English hall marked;  Smelling Salts Bottles, Fancy Jewel Cases, Mugs,  Fish Carving; Sets, and also some very fine Marmaza-  lian Pottery and Peau de Soie fine hand painted chin*  a that is worth seeing at  McLeans  y$m������������������m*y*>t^^  9  ���������*t  <t  tt  it  o  o  <���������������  o  o  ������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-       ���������^������������������������������������������  BUTCHER SHOP  Where nre you going? I om going to tbe Comex Co-operative Mont  Market, whero I Oan get a Nioe, Teuder, Juicy Roost of Meats No Bone,  AU Meat.  CHANCE FOR TESW.KMAN  OLD NEWSPA1T.RH KO������  ������AI.K AT THE Ni.������r������ OFFXU1.  26 mm ptrHUNUmu.  In tht* rt-ewtt . f -lifotn in the  V'ctoiii; ..i ( -...., iiuii, Wm. Tetn-  r.b'innii y> < "*������ paired 1 vot������,  iJuriianl'i. iu,..j..fitj mw eUitdt it  . Tb<������r������' itfHhoMitijat t'������ln������ooiint.  ! milt ..cr M r.*t**i t��������� f^. ������jH.|j.  vaixhI, amd it i* ������n o|������ni tjuittiun  who will U> olfC'twi.  Comox Co-operative Society,  B. Webster, Manager.  ������������������������������������������������������M������������������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  JSOTIOE  tt  MUNICIPAL NOTICE,  All Ilousoltoldcra nro required  to register thoir vote with tho  City Clork on or boforo tho 80th,  of Oct, All British subjects of  tho ago of 21 years and having ro  tided in Ontnborlnnd since Ut  January 11)08 are olcgible for re-  ^Btrutlon,  A. MuKjmkom,  0 M. C.  The Courtenay I^ryal Orango  I#odgt>. No. 1850 ato giving a dunce  in the Agrfoulturul TWI, on tiett  Thtiradity *voulnK. Refreihiuente  will bf lervud, und a good time it  esMirwl to all. Como and onjoy  y<H������rstflf.   *������   KWtfnrra i:,  tU  y������l-������4J_rib������.  Di������triet will ho htdd on NovomUi  I2tii,  TowwIIm at ������l, N. Mcl/wl't.  |Thos.L!  Banks  i  i Funeral Direc-J  itor and   Em-I  balmer  I Bouse stAletar He-  \**M*ntlutg u rouudattony(  ! ctmrt-tnliy Attmu m  tp*  CombwUnd,  ll.C.  John Ounhifo will rosnme hia  ovening classes In mining and  steam engineering on Tuesday evo  ning Nov. Brd, inst, 7 p. m, at hia  rosidenoe Second Street, City, All  jiersoiiB wishing to join may do so  by applying lo above at any timo  previous to abovo date; Byllabua  and terms on application,  Cumberland B, C. Oct, 10th 1008,  Advertisers will, confer ft favor  by bringing > thoir ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enablo  tlio printers, to insert it in tho  next issue on tlw following Tuesday.    IP yOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THK  yWW*' FT RST-CLASS WORK  Beasty Deceived. ���������  Tha Basbtod-Tou want te knew]  wbert 1 waa ao late lut nifbtT Iwas  at tbt office balancing my books.  Ttm Wife-It amtna to ue tbat yon|  balutce your book* awry ���������aim*. ib*l  exetm tt about tbreaflburt.  Tba HV-B'mf tf yoo 4on9 bsllera  me, why don't yea eoorolt a fortune  ItrtorY  The W^*Not moen. 1 coatatted one  tact, end tbe teW at a pack of Ilea,  the H-Indeedl   What dl! she tell  root  Tbe Wv Mi* totd tne I xrenm tret a  rteh, btmCmomo, kind, attentive aad  mtbia) tr&Jbead.  Oectfy mytaatb. I  "1 foeaw paw moet bave pasaod a lot  of tttne at tbe deottsfe wben be waa  ��������������� New l*ik," a*M 4oUuny Green.  ^Why dt yea tblok ear ejoertod ble  BM.  *"Oi������m I hMfd htm tell a maa to*  fay that It eaat Wai eeuiy m> tt get  Ms iryetaatileit," noltfi Jokeay.


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