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 r, %  Remember ths Grand K. of R Ball oa New Years Night, Wednesday, Januaj  \r.  A Journal Devoted Especially, jto the Interests of Coniox District.  Thb News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,     DEO,     31,   1907  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  ^>������xsxs������gx^^ I Masonic Banquet.  wish-as all a Happy, and Prosperous  Now   Year,   1908.  Wo have still  a  Ufg.o quantity of  p resents suitable for Now  Year  Cllta.  i , .j   ...    ���������' .'  :- .-.  The balance of our Toys  at Cost to Clear up Stock  Tho  winner  of   tho  Boll  was  Mrs.  Dr.   Gillespie   with   number   388.  #Simoi^i4sejL4LX;o.������Ltd,  Cumberland,  On Friday evening Cumberland  Lodge No. 26, A.F.&A.M. held thuir in  Installation when the fol\owingg_o������-  ficers   w������re   iasta-llc.;.*,*-  W.   M.��������� JoftiiMa.tt.iewa,  & W. -P. D.P iokard; '  J. W.- T. Hudson,,  Treas.��������� Johu Baird,  ���������Secy.���������E. W. Clarke*,    ' '-  S. D. -J. A. GiUespti.  J. D. -W. F K ainsay,  D.  of  O.-J.   D.   Wiimiiigham,  8. (S.-Jaa   .Reid*  J. B.-A. B. Hume,  I.   G.-A.B.   Netherby,'  Tyler .-R.  C.  Wilson,  . The  foliowiug officers   of  Hiram  Lodgge No. 14. A.F.&A.M. bhaig present were also   installed,- ��������������� -~  W.  M.-Walter  McPheo,"  S.  -W.T ��������� .BeckonSell*.  J.   W.-L.   Cliffe,  Treas*-JI. .Morrisim, , ',  Secy.-.���������F. .Burnett',  S;   D.���������A. ���������Radtord,  J.   D.���������il.   Brown,  Tyler-R.   Plows, ':  The occasion marked a joint installation  of tho   officers  of  both lodges and thi*,    ceremony was ably.per,-,  formed by Junior Grand Wardeii.E.  B. Paul of "Victoria, who came especially for that purpose, and tho mc-  lnbers an    warm in their praise   of  the manner in which the Worthy Bro  ther exemplified  the   installation.  ^ Qa St. John's niy-hc it U usml   for  Masous  afj.or  the  evening     is  over,  in thi. loigj room to h.ive a season'  "t eujovmeu't.       This year the officers and memersb o the two lodges  ���������iJong   with .thvir  dis.iiiiru-isheii gu.'bi  icpaired to tho Union Hotel to the  binjuet prepared by mine host, Mr.:'  K.iuuel  JJavis   where   all    showed  what treacherous   appetites Masonat  -ha5ja_wheii_oce_as"ion_demauds. _    ��������� -..f  it was only ri0'ht'aiid proper thatf  ample justice should be done t o tbe_-  muay good things, after wliich there  was much aiakuifeg of spec-cheu aud  singing of uongs.wheu all at an early  hour the eveninggs programme was  ended all went away feeling it was  good thing to feast togehor.  Christmas Tree.  ��������� ... .   ,.i.   at.,, .,  A vory "'sucoessful Christmas Tree  Entertainment was held the Method  iBt church on Chrisara-*    night.  The attoudance was good, extra  Beat's "having to bo brought in for  tho the ohildren. The chair wa8 "occupied by the pastor. After the  opening exerolses the following programme was. woll   rendered;���������  Recitation, Hel in Bates; Song, Jol  ly Old St Kriis.by nine doys, Rec-  . itBtion, "Christmas" by niius girls;  Doll Drill, by eight lit tt la girls;  A Christmas Mystery, "Soieng Santa" was" the* main feature ot- tho  programme, which was indeed a very  grand part of the oveuiu3's amusement both old aud young enjoying ���������>it  with equal vigor. Well thoy might  fo. it was loth humoiouanadiustruct  The   trees   were   well   lad-en with  ive  gifts for the Sunday School scholars  Eaoh child als o received a package  of candies. Santa Claua who arrived  after the closing carol by tbe ohildren did his part well to tho evident delight of all present.  '  Xmas Entertainment in tho St.  George's Church was a grand success  The children of   tha  sohool  under  ���������.hu management of Jrlrs..Parnham assisted by Santa Claus presented tbe  Catftanta '/Santa Surprised" tt>   tbo  great delight of the large audience  ������������������The-sntertainmiy^^^as^xidjuUedly  the best ever given by tli Sunday "  School.  4"H"l"i"I"I"I"I"I"I"l"l-'I"l"H"H"M'-I<'H"I-H"I"I"M**'Iv'I"l"I"M I l-H-frl- *  It is time to secure your Christmas presents,     Do not  ��������� ��������� buy anything in the  $������-A<*.lt*4 ������������ -diloetuaau  .'. line until you have inspected my stock.   Any*rtid������ jsiu a- < *-  . side oa paymeut of a Bm*\\* pEPoSiT ������^  t T. J}* McLean.     ������  (H r H If H fl f f IHHII1H Hllll ? IH 1111 H������l l������>V  ���������it.  i ��������� ������i ��������� ������aia������a. ��������� ai ia  |..i  $30 Given Away ih  PRIZES  Prizes to be^giveu iu Bate's Store aud Furniture Depart- ���������  ment Windows;* i  rst Prize���������Fancy   Coal   Heater   $16.00  2nd Prize���������Dinner Set   ..     ..     $14.00  It will not coat y-nx any mire to  buy from nn, invl yn lrui. u n������o<>d  olwmjo to win Kiuiuthiay worth having  T.   E,   Bate  Horo is a list of tho things we    keep   iu  Stock;.* t  Hardware, Enamel and Tinware, Stoves,  Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery, Wall Paper  Paints, Furniture, Stationery, Toys and  Notions; in fact all Household. Supplies.  For every ?1.00 CASH spon iu my  Store ouitlos you to a Ticket for the  whioh will tako plaoo ou Saturday;  February 2(Hh,l:908, a 8 p. m. *  ������<>��������� Magnet Cash Store ���������<>������ '.     T^eTbIa*  t  i  i,i  :  i  * <  i  t  : Special Announcement.  ���������Bfren AwTy  ^^HBMiMai^IBHa_aH9aiHaaHHaaaaBiHHBIBaJ_jH  B'^SjBMBHaaa'BNHBHBaB.nSMBMHBHBM  f H-ndsome Dinner Set.  Commencing Wednesday December nth we give a  I  ticket with every single Dollar's wotth of goods purchai-  ed at this Store (for Cash or Credit),  Every Ticket Represents a Chance  ia the Drawing, which takes place  On New Year's Eve  HaHaaaaaaHaHBaaaHatBHaaa*iaMaaaBaaaaaaMHaaBaaBaaaai  A. Ticket will be giveu with every Dollor purchased from  UcxxmUi uth to 3;:t, ;:;c!������:'v-.  mmmmmmm**mmmmmimmmmmm.m*im.tv c_i���������-.**.i-*w nwn-w ������������������ riiii mtmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmwsm wi���������n ^mmmmmmmmmmwtrmmtmmmmmmmmn  J McPhee & Sons  |*}MUt(������������H^M������MM������^Mt>������MMii������MiMlMM  ���������Vanoouvor.DoP. 28-Workmno en~  gnged ln logging operations ,i\ud aro  Injured may Heeuro bin'tits of the  Workmno'ii CompDnnntJon Act',  /The samo an minors ,or otnployooa  of fnotorlns. This iaiportnat legal-  point has boon daoidud by Judge Oauo  (or tbo' firm time in B, 0., Tlio de-  lesion bolnif ibii.fiivior of Mr. Sum*  uio Cowluy nud un:'lint llif. Gulf Lu*  mbor Oomjniyu wliloli ho In suing tor  91500 for serious injiirlei ruusltlng  in t*l>������ *lona of a Iok. ' Tho plnli)tiff  rnrclvi'd IiIh Injuries wtillc operating  A (Joukey engiiie lnmlltiK but timbers  for consiniotiou o( a site  Nan-* I mo, Due. 28���������W. A.iDIok  a studnot ut Mctiill univoriiiy him Au  an twarded soimed prize iu th������ nniiu*  ������] couvpiuloii for sludont tnuuihorNof  tho C-iii'tdlau Mining institute.  Mr, liitik is a hon of. Mr .Uiok inspt'ot  or  vt foul niliuoi.  Ferule-, lh*,o ������8-Thcro were wild ;  taoeuot horu to-U'.). A rvpurt v.a������������-a  eulated ih.il ilta Bmk of Couiiu.tc<j  waii on th������* ifu.n������b and Vie atcyl  waa full of popi'lto wnltintr Mr tho  bunk to opiu'. Tht) ntpori wus thut  thn directors hud spe������iil.il������a niOluc*  ���������go.  HAS JUST ARRIVED TffRRE.  Dlsbolo the gsron tbnt nli Kurop������  It going wild over for tho pust few  mouths bss mude Ht appearance in  Nttntlmoo, U consists ot a spool ar-  rangemeni thst Is thrown In tbc������lr  ������itd caught   eu a string bu������-x*ihJH  Nnnailmo Is noarly  as wild ovor  tbo gatno as tbo Europeans,  KAMLOOP8  LINK  ALSO   TOO.  Two moro nppplioatious  for permission to couHtruot a road iu the  provl'ioo has beon undo, otu   by Bar  nhurdt und Rborotson and tbo other  by Llvlngstono, Oarrot aud King.  Tho former U for perroUslon to Incorporate  tho  Bouillon!   HkrltlshCol  umbh Hallway Company with pow  it lo build nul inliiitalu a lino oom-  nieneiog at a poiut sis miles oast of  Ksraloopt ou the tnniu Uuu of tho C.  f. It. running though Hrand l'rslrio  vtilloy and Biltnon arm fro a diatni.ee  of ;I0 mildMll in tlin Karalloopsdis  trlotV  ��������� .  The soooud Is to itioerporsto * com  pnay to build aud tualntaCu a lino  from a    point/ on Nicola Lake run*  mug Uong  the   valley Of the Nicola  and Uioddw-tter rivers i1 thenes along  lhe t.dl-twuti'r to (h.* divide if Hie  CoquibdiUi; thiiieo t ollope to Vuu  rournr.  Mlsa Charlotte Milligan of Nelson  publie sehool staff is apmidlng the hoi  idaya at her home n Sandwick. Miss  Millig.ni* ������i vvUi-<i ,tnui.l h" 1-i',',' ly  apprrelated in her presen posiion as  thi>r ������.Ury    lit. *������U-.ii ini;iuukii4Uiiic.i  (akal  IM^HMUl^^ll---ki-_-i  m ���������������  There is  Nfothing   More   Suitable  for a gentleman's Xmi_rTrese.it than one of those  Star Safety Razor's  "-"������������������-    '���������    "      -     --      mi*        *    "��������� ��������� ���������    -"-"-"��������� ���������*������������������������������������*���������- -  ���������-_*���������������������������*������������������  the only Safety Razor that shaves,  It is the Genuine Article  > *  We have the finest Xmas Specialties ever offered for  our customers in  Perfume, Pipes, Leather Dressings  Cases, Manicures, ������������������___  A nice stock.of Presentation Books, Xmas Cards and  Calendars  A. H. PEACEY,  CumbtrUtxd, B. C.  Dancing SUppers  for the K. of P. Ball  All Sizes Shapes and Styles,  At   l^oweat   Price.***  and tor  Shirts  Dont Forget to Give us a Gall.  as we bave beyond doubt the Latest Styles and Latest  Patterns, with tics to Match.  JM     Pff*I   aPsT_r_     Dumimiiif Avoimo,  1  iiiim*******************,:***,*,*,**,****.*  raft) ������  To the Stringency in tiie Moqey ���������  Market many are compelled  Sfil6B  Take advantage op this arid buy  Vancouver Acreage Now.  We have some Snaps.  H* f?oss flapte*     \[  wbottir. thooily and will U*A*a**., tn mt**, ,,, r���������M������,i^ *rt, n\���������<,   *  jhg^_i_������_i_^_i_i_!_^ t.l-,L,������     M.t,.,.t.,      ./, mA  SSBHl ���������m_a^'-r^mX~-rvmTr**.  ���������    lC   -HVK CUMlEhJ-A>J> NH.S.  IetueC .Every Tuesdt-.y.  J.    A.    B/TF-F,  Editor and  Pro] rietor.  Vfcu u jlumua ot Thk News are open to a 1  Xttiv.. with to express therein views on mafc-  ' .!(-!< of public iuterest,  WMIe we do not hold ourselvos res-'insl-  "'lie for the utterances of correspondents,'we  ���������:e*rve the right of declining to insert  4 vuimunieationB unnecessarily personal.  "J (JRSDAY,    DEC.    31,   1907  1���������-r. ���������IT->....ti.iij  TTTF   NEWS.  CUMB^T Avn   w^T^w  ^t^M  I> :��������� yo one* another's burdens  mo.. ;s much but-there i3 a nobility ii h li'iuly bearing your own.  f."\(���������������������������>��������� ihi-iff passes'away ��������� iuto the  gic. i f-i.e-icc, ao iu tim������v there is an  ei:il to ���������ill.tnintjs.. Cultivate silence,  110; U'iu-*; imxichdly or unsociable  bin ia mi excuileiit  virtue.  To-morrow is NT������v   Yoar and  wo  ',- <t>     thia  opportunity, of wishing  ��������� mr, -���������   readers   u   merry,happy-   ami   a'  . prosperous   y -ar.   - '  Tin* past y-jar haa soon many calm  ���������.aim in  Cuniberlaiids  business  circles  bm   those' who   ara   loft   aro   doing  - 11 Oooii businesA and the prospects aro  1h.1t in tli*. near future the present  11  labor of business houses .will be iu-  ���������������*���������- .ased.       ** . ��������� '-.  ���������i'.exv Year is the d'ay all start, out  ui.h new plans aud good resolutions  1)  ring  the  coming   year  it   is   the  . p-jsent   intention   that   thc   NEWS  "Villi! b.>    a letter paper than in the  .-*. ear 1907.       Since ���������j.mulgamaliug the  - -1 .io two papers iii April  last ouroir  ��������� v-iulution has increased considerably so  hit now the NEW has a circulation  vipial to ui.ilt of what both papers.  ��������� m* take this opportunity of thank-  .'���������.U_      our   many   readers  and  advertisers for' their liberal patronage dur  ,n-i the uast cieht. mouths, and if th  ".me deB'iee o.t support is given next  .yxr there will be every reason to fcl  ih.t our makinjr of a newspaper has  i-Leeu appieicted. " .,  The three essentials lo us'sou-sin  in 1 lie iioviwunit'iit of a town are ef-  fvcniv!-iies,ecou6_iical adamiis-tratlon  and coiitinuity of policy. It is.to**  wi.srds these aims tlut our own citi-  ze .s in common wiifli 11.03,3 of other  otic* in Can id 1, aro blindlyo r in-  tclli.-ently working. The usual rule  of thumb idea is that if only what  are u*.lli-d"gootl men" can be induced io goUto tli., town council, ail  thre* o- thedii os3jntul3 wiW nati  urall'.v fellow. ��������� It Is this in-  dee 1 hit tortus the average polcy  of niosi c.tizens. Combined with it  withi-en-urd tto municipal mattv?rs  the u is an astonishing amount of  prejudice either for or a:crainst candid.ica, and it is bosvj-x). tlur.i i'i a  num. e, o: men who know how to do  'peop.a  up  0:1   t!itj������   prejudice-j   that  that we sonu'timea get medioore ald-  ermo).   So Idiij- as   a   ma   wit.h   a  sruouth manner, who is popular with  "tho hoy-j-'     iuu     by     war-Hug    a-  rdu   I   i'oc   'unuth    r.cu.'fcr hii   ci-  io    c.tlli,.u*    .*..,* .'.1    tHeclioli    suro, so  long will the goo-d_ui.i*i policy   be Ua  ble to mis: o, tune  when it getsdow-n  to   business.  Ti.e  "good   man"   policy   ii        all  ri. ut so  1 j i -f ai  the propeir qual*-  ificatious of 11  "good -imu" are im-sis  ted upon, viz.. that heshouli be petted  .ipo.i,   vi:.   g.)jl   me.'ic.il 'ability  be as"  well i.iformdd as possible, aud  have a gobd praotioal working knowledge of  business   aul  affairs.    If in  tduit.oii U   there yualificalioiis ho  enn n'nernly subscribe to his alder  man's o.ith.whioh ends up' witii ;  "1 v.irj iiiiiblully pt-rfarm the duties of my oif.i-,3 rial will* not allow  any private interest to influence my  conduct in public affairs, so help me  God" he is one of thoseth.it form  the silt of the allernianij cirlh,and  ii such us he co.iiJ alwaya bo elected the town would probably not be  in sacn d.-.n-.*ar 0. beingmisgoverned  Good chai-uotV'i- in aldermen .'wi...  hide a multitude of faults in a mun  ioip.U   system.  ALBEUNl  STAGE   KKTUltNS.  The stage which lefl* Nanaimo on  Tuesday last, for Alberni retunivd  beiing unable to get through to the  v������ost coast metropolis ou account of  the road bitiog- blockaded yb fallen  trc'-'s. The stage reached tho top end  of Cameion Lake without much trouble but was unabie to procei'd beyond that poiut as. i'i J Ij-ij thin bO  trees were down acros t-tie ro.id between    Ca-meton Lake aud    Albi-m-i.  A fore et men have been at work  and it was epxected that tli.5 road  would  be  open   by  Saturday,  frspiiMit. a mauibiiat). 'iiy  The gale of course struck the wires  betwene i(er,e 'N'aiu.imo nad it wiil  between here and N'anaimo and it  was only Saturday that they were iu,  good working shape again uul thon  not as good as th y might -be.   ,.  It is a pity that some l),>ttor .'.<  te.'ition oould not bo paid to the Cam  berland line during  the  winter  mo  lt might uot be out of place to r  ���������marls that as th'.-civic elections are  .-to take place early next month a pub  !TlTmWttu^bTr^Mife-i''~to-dtseusa-the-  >iit,y and the. school. The mayor and  11 be aldoraen.aloug with the school  .trustees might bo able to give the  ��������� ! taxpayers a little information about  ; somo city matters which wouldbe  . ot intcrat and which the publio arc  .-.t'-Sii'titlbcL to U110.W. ���������   ���������['        ..'.''  No publio mooting of tho kind has  ���������been lipid for, yoars.and i.tis uot at  all right  that   matters ot a public  uuluro  should   uot   ba   publicly   explained,   and   thoroughly   disouw-  *->ed at, a public meeting.,  A public meeting  would also give  the inoomuig candidates a chance   to  , explain   their   policy   to   theect'ors  '.Tins ahoullj suit all parties,  ���������-Tw.oM.vut'-I a daNlea. hnvo in-  crei-.Hed  the price  of   tli 'ir  Saturday  , oditioiiH. A newspaper ia the only  ���������romiuoiliiy llml people o.vpaot to  buy  at.   less   than   ita   a������tua   loom"  'This comment   is   from   thu   London  Advert I;���������er.I.oiKliin.Out, Iu   the   vie*  ity ot Cuinbarluiul   who   think    they  .ought tu hav.', their local papnn wiili  .out payiut',' for them judging by  , thu attention  to ueoouuLt  rendered.  THE  l'OWKlt OF  HILKNCK.  When   mn,   jii-isoij   niy   !i,   I   Ml-  lur   tiingii      to   nnollmr   Um   mun').  jiowerful   wc.'ippn   tlii'   lai ler   Ii.'im  in tilmoliiti* HlleiKU',  wiyti  the  ful her  Matthow  Herald,   Th'> i/iohI   ronieui  ptunuii iiiimvi'r li'iti nut thr nireuglh  of oltnply huinut nothing.     To hecoiu  plelely   iguornd   in   lliu   liir<|.nt   ti  ,,endure.   Vanity   en tern  m������   1:ir*.--*'!y  , into  the  ciiuipuHilioii   of   iiiontiHurl*  uIh tint it nee U mail In    ijiunI   be  reoogtil.'ii'd,     Whe  nn  gninlp  brings  a  lale  of   ���������.time   on,''1   fnlliy ur  downfall and 'il.HW'i it in lm lo|il for  Live nf H-ue -.li 11' l'n *���������' ������������������������������������-��������� 'i. .1 il 'I-  Ighl of Hpre idi-iir I li ��������� 'i ��������� -,- ..',*���������'(Iul, ���������  glit   in   .niiil 1, . ',1   nn ,, ,   ih. ii*  is uo riiljiike id Kn.'iiij ! .1 di,jin  Iind ami Hubei* mil h ���������>. It -i.le������il i,  Hftfc.   A Hlniy i" l.iuii;fhl  to yuu ami  llioii?li yui but 'i.K mri' -it ion  01  m-  ,,,,(���������.,., i���������  11 .     1. , -.   ...-,������  ....  ,, ��������� , ��������� ���������  mit'i. I'i h*> r*.i'>*���������(*.-! .1 tiieln*. (irti'in*  ntnd the ntni'y. To all there ikkiui  (IiiJH filloil 'Villi p.'tly IriiH f'ltil  ,01'OHRi's. TllO man in buinciM, the woman In  l.or   linuH.'h'iliI, iisporiciiau  , 1 . -..;';!      ������������������   ���������*;     ������������������   ������������������" ���������    I'   ' 'I    .-'I ���������������������������  JJO not njlvi away to llM-'inper and  snap tho/ .b������a you, ii.rt inlu u  rOOlii OY. f"*.', idien aluiii'. rl.iy it lit  tin pr������yet*. ft.���������l*ix tin* mu������i*li*..lle  ������rtv|f4i'������������ oi" to liil'ik of th.*   mount-  I- H     ������*',' !  ���������   '.iv'.'U'-   "-       l'-|.|   H'llUtl  < I ,>;.-.in''- I .' f- "   '    *"         '       ' '  ,       111  ...ilf     * I '  ,      .,-,, .:   -ft.    y  t   it   ,,, ,, ���������  t-   -,-.. 1  a-cr-   iiii'-ii'.'f   1 '..I.....-1 1-.^io,  and  -u.������������������.��������������������������� _g^ ''���������-���������' ������������������  For Sal* -Ip) n.-res 'i'4 .���������titles f.-a-n Court  ney.A tout 20 a *ies cleared siiiw yea.c it-  go. Ki. nl, iu lino of caihayoaiistruetoii  Cioaeto Courtenay river.  s. s, "Oity of Nanaimo.  VICTO-HI-a.���������-COMOX        -ROX7T22  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m,, for  Nanaimo, calling .tt Crofton, Kuper  and Thetis Islands when;., freight ot  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. ni.,  for Union Bay Coinox ami way ports.  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. in., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports-.*  Leave. Nanaimo    Ft,day,   7 a. in,, for  Union Uay Comox .ind   way ports.  Leaves Comox   Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Satuiday, > p.m., for  Victoria.  VANOOtJVEE - NANAIMO - LADY-  ���������9W.ITB   BOTJTE.  V  S. 8.     "aOAN,"  Sails Irom   Vancouver   for   N.tnaimo  daily, except Sundays, ai   30 *..m.  Sails from   N'anaimo   for   Van ouvcr  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October    1st, 1907  NORTH BOUND��������� Rrn.! IWiT  I am prep-tred   to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  JOHN BRYDEN  CUxMliERLAND  "llegiate km  FOR  BOYS  The Laurels. Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  Patron  and  Viiiitor,  Tli   I.OHD   BISHOP  OF   COLUMBIA.  Head MaMter  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,   M.A.,   OXFORD.  A misted hy throe Graduates of the Itnccg-  nizud Uidvtrsitiea of Great Britain aud Can  ada.  i. .mwmm.-m-wr.mr  hVJECS-*^~������*~������*  ^^3^������SLEXi_,0,  ��������� MSA  .Xm-^mSd^.. PE.Q.P.ai3T.  Kiiglii-h 4 x IJOIITOIV alwuy* ou tap      also, the tamouK MILVVAUl-vRK ,  KKMS���������Anheiiaer, Hubeuiau, Boh.its, &o.       "OLDGUEY ���������IJKARP".  SCUTC'li WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kimio.  Tim Boarding and Lodging IVpartmont, undur the laiirit-dtute miy /.i.:-,.ilou������ti of Mri.  OaviB, v* ill be u������ui,u Ki rut olaSu ia-every rcij|_ccc.  RATES,  $1 00 por day upwards.  fi mmma*mmmgaaa m*m, -mii-ietm**!.  r_"^  FURNITURE STORE  Th.Tc tni.y lu- H.uiH'tliinpf horo tliis week that yon wero looking for  1uh. wool:.   If it is tho *>rioo in uttro lo bo rig'lit.   Give ua n cn'l.  KKI'A'IKINO A M'Kd.Vl.TY,  J.. H. COL IN&, OnmWlaiwi.  mtttm w.-e*-  Tin1 drink of strong, men and healihy women  Passengor  Trains  D*ily  S.uutut  Stations.  No. 1  Wttl.  Sat  0  No. 3-  Victoria,  Di*.0.00  Du. . 5 00  Rn������i'-4>1������;  10 i7  15   4  Shawuigan,  10.15  , .������.  10.22  10. IS  Cihiihi Hill,  10.40  I0."30  Oiiivichtii,  ���������"J0-.4S  1641  Koksiiril],  JO 53  Iti.-i?  Dimoan's,  11.00  16.58  t-iomeuuB,  11.07  17.10  U't-ii'.hiiinio,  11.18  17.22  (jll������mil!IIUK,  11 32  17 35  Ladyiiiiiiti',  11.67  17.5.ri  .South Wellington,  12.18  18.J9  Niniaimo,  12.3.1  18.30  tV'-.-lluigton,  Ar 12.53  _,rl8'45  SOUTH BO  UND-Ren  No, 2  i Up  No. 4  Victoria,  Ar. I2,IW  18.S5  UiumilK,  12.02  18,51  iSliUHiiigan,  10 SI  17.35  11  10.48  17,30  Cobblo Hill,  llUO  17.22  Co-vii-liau,  10,15  17.08  Ko^.iUh,  lo.Ort  17 03  Ihiiu.'su'ii,  10.02  KI.68  ,Si,,nnim,  9.47  Id-III  Wiinihulmo,  0 37  111 .'.'.!  Clu.(ii.iiumi,  lUM  1(122  Ludymiiitli,  Du, !).()()  Do, lfl IV.  it  Ar, N.C0  At-.. IS-IS  Smith W.dllnjjtni*,  8.28  IB. 87  Naiiiitni.i,  8.15  15 15  W.iliiiigimi,  Du. 8.00  Do, 15 00  1 ***mmanmim*me9**aai*eeamaimmmmam*  ),*-���������-  ts The Best  Bottled or* In B������i*r*������l4i,  Thc UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  mmm *"+i*m*tmimm^mr**r9mmees  Wii'-m In I'ouitenay Stay At  Tli..' G������urtenay .Motcl  Fresh Fruit  Hv.ry ..,���������.���������,.���������,���������������,-. for gUtMf. ������f������W������sW_rtkW^^  Tm. c,������ti,i i;���������tnl for Sportsmon ������������ Wclnosduy anil Thitwlny  Nn.i.'imrth'- lie. ���������f wincinnd IJr|iior������ 'of each   week  wc  hnve  fruit.  I"'" ''" ' Cull and ^ivu us a visit,  HAIT..4        I1EA8UNABLE  ,!oV-n J *h .rtori,    Pro .  D. Hunden.  J. A. Fraser  '���������' '���������!' 1 i,M 'I 1 't iu shnvtf. -and nu  '������!������������������"���������<.���������.��������� 1 li.nr cut tliis is lHc  ti't.-i.  i-;v4-r> tii1.'*- i*,iriHf-Cl'������*,i?  '     . .     * ��������� .'  p, rniLLirs simsos  BcirrlJitof* nnd SoJloltor  mu!  Nottu-y Public  Convoyiinch.^  DijHiIjerlantl    B. 0.  Tlifnis.incl Mile .md Coiniuutiition Tic-  ki.U nn s.ilt', (_������od ot'in rail and stctu.er  lines, al two iind ont'-liaH'cent-i per mile.  .Special trains and Mefiiners for Kxcur.*  sions, nntl ifdiiced rues un- parties may  bu a rrn n), fid fm  on application lo the  Dist, J'iiss. Aj^uiit at Victoiia,  The Conipanv reserve-, tho right m  rhnnuc wiihotit previous notice, summers  "���������iiiling dines anil hoiiir, nf s/iilin^i'"''.  Kxntrmon Tickets on MiiIp. from and tn  all Station'., irooil lor _;iiii.y jonrnuy Saturday and' -Miiuliiy, remmiiitf nut Inter  han Mimilay.  i, W. THOUP, (lon, ton. ������0. Ooast Sor,  (J. L. COUHTNKY, Uist., Prt, * 1 tm, Ag.  *tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmee*Temmmmmmm  MoiTOcI]i Bros,  BAKERS  ��������� jjllJCAD,'" OftkM nnd Piflfl doll vor  nd daily to hny part of: City/  mW2& - Gwerie*  MfM^WooiVa Phosphedim,  awmtcw*'***a ri,-. r>,'',,i j*,i -i'i *..., ���������'  Sxl_t������i ���������*)) 'lonnsiimtlnvlgorotMlbowliofo  mtriyXtf',- i*j_iiri,vi.nn n im,), ij,,,v, , iu .,  * *ilr,lT* a-,"0?4.414 old.Volnii. Voren A'erv-  out (Ablttiu, Aknt'tl tttut JA-uin Uwrrn, lJen  ���������V?%.'lfSli>!���������m'fl^  Ono will iii       . toodmdh  (ftitmerty mntmor) moten*ie, Ont  Cook'a Cotton Root Compound.  iJUwiiltjUiriin which wtmitnmh  or^tfp rtlto-Kn V^f "flPf  Wdiww.Ki'^njror.f.li No.*  SmMnNmitXiToili  Moderate terms tor hoarders.  Property cons st������ of tive ncres with spacious euhbol buildings, txtnnuivti rwr������:alii:-  grouiulB. uyuiitusiuin.      Oudet noips orywi-  .z.id.  APPLY TO  HEAD MASTER,  NOTICE is herohy given thnt,. 30  duys nftor date, wo inten'd.to apply  to the Hon. Chief. Commissioner of  Lands . untl WorKs"' for a licence io  prospect for coal and ] ������troleum un-*'  <ler' the foresliore and under -.he va-  toi- .-uni upon the lands kno-'ivn as  White HlulT K-esei-\ e, Comox Hif-trict,  doscrll.od as follows: Commencing at  u post planted about 2U chains east  from the west owl of C!oos<i Spit, in  Coinox Harbor; Uiunce nortli- 80  chains; th-eucc oust 80 chains; thence  "sontn������������������80-i~rhrrlTii^^hw-iit-Tr"wei3t"T80"  chains to place of conimeiicoment;  containing about 6-10 acres, known  ns Claim No. 1.  Dated this l'Jth day of Nori-mber,  1907_  VANCOUVER   COAL  PRO'SPECT-  " ���������'��������� ING   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  .   .10. Hodgson, Agent,  NOTrciO is hereby given tlmt, 30  days after dato, wo intend to ajiply  to the "Hon. Chiof Commissioner of  Liuwls nnd Works fur a licouco to  prospect for con I and petroleum under tho foreshore nnd undor H,o unioi' nml nn the lands known as Whlto  HlulT ltcsorvt*, Comox District, described ns follinvs: Conimt-nclii'" at n  )n-st pl.iiiiwl at tho south-west corner of Clnim No. 1; thenco wost SO  ctmins: thonco north about (1(5 chains;  timiic'o easterly, following' tho Binuo-  siti' a of tl:o show lino to tho north--  wost bofiidary of Cluini Ko, 1;  tlumco floi.tli-nbout fi.*} chains to tho  plnco nf conwiiont'oinonti- coutaiuing  about 500 ucros, and known as  Clnim No, 2.   ���������' ''    ���������;.  H.itml thin HHh day of K.ii'O'iii-jijr,  J-HIV,  VANCOUVER   OOAL PMX-IPEO'T-  INO   COMPANY,   LIMITED.  10, Hodgson, ARont,  ��������� - - - ���������   - i i    n     ,1  XOTICK Ih licroby ylvon tlnvt, 30  (lii.vn nftor (Into, wo Intend tn apply  to. tho Hon; Chief ConnnlsHlimm* of  Liimls nnd Works ,fur. it llwitco, to  proHpoet for conl and .j-otrolomn .tinder the foh'shun.' nnd inid.ii' (lie wnter on tho lunds in Comox ll'ii-bor,  donorlhed ns fo'lliwis: Commi-'M.'inK nt  ti | ohi     plantod     nt thu Noulli-onHt  ���������eornor of Clnim No. ������-; on (Iooko  Spit; titmice -sotith R0 clinlns; thonoo  ��������� wiwt-flfi ohnitiH to tlw.-shnnt lino;  thonco nbout Wi chnins norlfi-ivoslor*  ly, ioliowliiK    tho sinuoHitioH of   tho  Mlniro lino; thonco north (15 chains,  tlii'iico oust 80 clmliis to  plnco of coinnionconiont; contain Inn  about rt.'IO iicros, known iih Claim  No, fl,  Dntod Otis' 10th dny of y.n'ii.itiwr,  1.1.07, .-,,.,**.-    ���������  VANftOlIVRR OOAt mOBPT-.O-T-"  INO  COMPANY,  I.TMITKI).   ,  . ���������������;       ',    ,���������'   -B< ir������t1(_s(.in, A/;ont.  *w^*m*^mmnmmmtmam^^mt***n*t*^m*m~iim.mmm ���������-���������wil ������������������.^���������w'-a-**** n������'-mi ���������*.*���������  'N'frTHvn iH-ho'rohy _IVon Hint, 80  (Jlt.VH ivflor dntio, ,.\vc...Intend tn itjijily  to tho Hon. riil'ef OonunlHslimor of  Lunds nnd Works for u llcnnco to  jiron/1't.'t, tor :V.onh mid p-atrolfiiiTll tin-*  dor tlio foV(*Hlioro nnd undor |!n������ wnter ntul upon Hie innd In Connix  Ifnrlmr, nnd .lonorllrotl n������ follows:���������  Oommwirln^* nt a post plojitoil ut tlio  ������i*tit,h*w<������Hf comer of Clnlnt N'o. I ;  ' th-mco i)ii������t - fW clinlns; thonco south  80 chains; thoni'iv west ftO chnins;  thonrn' north M rliiilns to plnco of  coinnionconicnt,; contnlmnK tHti ucnni,  l.tmiiii a..-, t'i.iiii, Nu.   1,  Dntixl this 10th dny of Nivc-mivir,  1007, ���������  "   .,   '���������  VANlfOl-VlOH COAL PJltWI'IOCT*  IN(3   COMPANY,   LIMITBD.  10. IIixIuhoii, Aifi'i't,  TimWl* In liorohy itlvcn tlmt, HO  ������lii,v������ nftor cliite, utf' Intend to npply  to the,-lion. Chief CnminlHslniipr of  Ittmrda nnd Workn for a llcoiico to  lirosptH't for conl nnd pol-rolniitn nn-  dt'r tlit������ tonmhoro nnd nitdor pin wntor nnd on tho Innd known an Whits  llltift llwri-", (.cniox IilHtrid, iles-  crH'od ns follows: Ootwnoncltiif nt n  piijii plniiUHt nt thu imitli'U'il. minor nf (lliiini Sn, I; thonco cunt HO  fhnlns* tnonro south 80 cli'ifnn; thencu  noal HO elutint-i;    Uwtwm   north    ������(������  chains to the placo of commencement  containing 640 acres, ajid known aa  Claim No. 5.  Dated this 19th day of  Vcvomoor,.  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PROSPECTING   COMPANY.   LIMITED.    E. Hodgson, Ageut.  NOTICE" i.s hereby "given that, 30  days after date, wo intend to apply  to the lion. Chk.f Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a licence to  prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foreshore nnd under t.ho water and on the land in Como.v District, described as follows: Commencing at a post planted at thc north  \\\st corner of Claim No. -; thenco  south 66 chains; thonco west SO  chains to tho shoro line; thence rorth  80 chains; thenco oast 53 chains to  bho shoro line; thenee following tlu.  sinuosities of the shoro to place of  commencement; containing about 000  ncres, known cs claim Ko. d.  '^ <od this 1-Hh dnv of Novomtief.  1907. ���������   *    ' ':;  > ,*,NCOUVER   COAL   PHOSPECT-  ���������ING   COMPANY,   IdMlTKD. t         K.  Hodgson,  A.^cut.  NOTIuE  is horoby   g-iven "thut,   30  days after date,  we intend to  npply  to  tho Hon.. Chief  Commissioner   of  Lands   and Worts   for a licence   to  prospoct for coal ami rotroleum  under thc foroshore and under tlio vu-   '  ter and on the land in Comox   Dis-'  triet, di-scribe-d as follows: Commencing iit a post plantod near the south'  oast corner of   tho    Indiun Reserve,  Comox    Harbor;      thonco     west   53  chuius; thenco north about 20 chains; ��������� ���������  thonco eiisteiiy,   following tho sinuosities of  the shore   lino  to  place   of   "  commencement; containing about 100  ucivs,  known as Claim-No.  7.  D.'ted this 1.9th day of Novomnor,  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL   PROSPECTING.   COMPANY,  LIMITED.                 E.  Hodgson, Agent.  -.. NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days-after dato, we intend to apply  to the Hon.- Chief Commissioner of  Lands ami Works for a licence to  .prospect for coal and potrolcum under the j'ore-Shore and under tho v.n-.  ter and oh the land in Comox District, described as follows: Commencing at a post planted at,the southwest corner of Claim No. 6; thonce  north about 40s chains; thenco west  about 25 ohains to tlie shore; thonco  southerly, following tho sinuosities of  the shoro line to the place of ccm-  .lUra^mMiL^xiiJua^^  res,  known as Claim No. 8.  <,  Dated this 19th day of N". vember,  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL   PROSPECTING   COMPANY,   LIMITED.         ���������_____ ^-- I'lo'-gsoii,  Agont.  NOTICE is hereby given tlmt, 30  daya after dato, wo intend to apply  to the Hon. Chiof Commissioner of  Lands and Works for a licouco to  prospect for conl nnd petroleum under tho foreshoro nnd undor the wator und on the land in Comox District, dost'rii.o^I as follows: Comnve-nc-  ingi lit a post plantod nt-tho south- ,  west corner of Claim No. fl; thonco  oast SO chains;' thonco south imotit  05 cbains to shoro line in Nelson  District; thonco westerly, following  tho. sinuosities of the .shore to placo  of commencement; containing about"  200 ncivs, known ns Claim No.-9,  Comox Hiirbur,  - D.utod  this 19th duy of November,  1907.  VANCOUVER   COAL  PROBPECITING   OUiVii'it.. i , . i.LULTKD,  ������������������_.; ,J3. Hodgson, Agont,  NOTICE is hereby given thnt, 30  days aftor date, wo intond to apply  to tlio Hon, Chiof Commissioner of  Lands nnd Works for a licence to  prospect for coal and potroloum under tho foreshoro nnd undor tho water nnd on tho 'innd in Comox District, dt'scrlborl na follows: Commencing at n post pluntod nt the soi'th*  west corner of Claim No, 8, CV-iios-  Harbor, Nolaop District; the.ice oust  80 chalhsf thweo south 80 ehains ���������  thenco west HO clinini*.; thonco north-  orly, following! tho ������lmiosltles of tho  sliot'o lino to |iJ.fl.co ot connnoncoinontj  containing nhout (100 acros, loown  os Claim No, 10.  Dn tod thla 10th dny of Novom-ter,  1907. . ��������� :  V'AI*rOOl)VEU   OOAL PIIO'SPRCT*  ING COMPANY,  I.IMITIflD.  , '     E. Hodgson, Agont.  NOTICE Is horoby irivoi) that,".10  .lays nftor dnto,   I   Intond to ajijily  -to tho Hon, Chlnf OomnilsHlonur   of  .Lands   and Work's   for a lleonou   to *-  prospect for conl and potroloum under lhe foreshoro nnd under the wa-  l(jr. mid on tho lands In Comox Harbor,' ��������� 'Comox   District, doscrlhotl   an  follows:      Comnwniclng   at   a   pout   '  planted at tlio northwest eornor   of  Clnim No, 7; thonco Houth about 00  Chains; thonoo wost about Wl chains;  thonco uwturly, (ollowlng the slnuo-  sftieH ofUilw'fdioro lino to tho mouth  of the Ooiirtimny Hivor; thonco enst-  erly following the *sintioftltlo������ of   tho  Hhoro lllto to plnce of coniiiu'.iwmont,'  containing about 1.75 iii'i'im,  ��������� Da tod  this ,19th dny of Novomhor/  1907.   ,        ,. ,  ' ��������� v  TTnrin������inv  LAND, RfeGI-JTrHYACT  IN TUK MATTBTnf nn nppHt-nt.  ion forHiluplieiitecrrtiflcntoof tltlo  to Tiot B, Hlook (i f_Mnp 522) Town ot  fiinitiriftiirul   V. C  NOTICE 18 HEHEM' GIVKN thnt  Itls my Intention nt tho oxnirntlcn of ono  month frt-tn tlin flrst nnnllciitlon liorcof  toissno aditplloiitooertilloiitflor tltlo to  sniil I/>t issned to Moroy 0. Davis on tlie  12th dny of Psooralmr, 1HIWJ, nml nunih*  orod laH70.  Date l,_iitj;tlti% I.nml Ite������iHtry Ofllec,  this 12th dny of December, 11)07,  >*.,  Y,   WUOTTON,  Iteditrnr Ucnernl.  1742 THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.'  ABSOLUTELY PURE  Nearly all coods In this line nt (lie  present time are adulterated and In  fact unfit to list.  CLU.ETTS tsuaed by tho best bakers and  caterers everywhere.  BCFUSB   SUBSTITUTES.  QILLETT'S cos's no mora than tha Inferior  Adulterated goods.  .    RCFUOE    SUBSTITUTES.  iQlLLETT LIMITED  I "STAR' I  >*\*  t  notice.  Hiding on locomotives and rail*  way care of the Union (-oilier)"  Company hy any person or per  Bons-rexcept rain crew���������iu strictly  ���������prohibited. Employees r,re sub-  joe t." liifluiipsnr for ������11ot ' jg same  By order  Piumis D- Littiv  . MfMiai-rer.  BUliBS  p  r*  and  i Stable  *���������>  *'���������"  ������ Hayman & Maxwell.  Proprietors.  ITEAMSTERS. and DRAYMEN'  ,SINGLE and DOUBLE HK.S*  i For HIRE. ALL ORDERS,  MIROMl-TLV   ATTENDED  TO.  13rd St. OuffltelaM \  * t  rom   France,   Holland  Japan.  seeds Tpees  Plants  For Fall Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  _3^*Mea5e note that niy fruit trees are  ���������iot grown   from   imported, piece   rool  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  eedling, frOiv. bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material,   Out  Flowers, etc,  M. J. HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Address��������� 3010 Westminster Road.  j.aM������������������MjuaaMi.wiain ��������� lia*m**tmmm*mxmmmaau.ujAUata  s=o  eifias  'iiccessfiil Wife  By CASPER S, Y**5T.  MENDLY-1 FAMILY JARS. ���������Cot  Yoor Quarrels to ths Nimmain by  Tryin-j Mot to Rave Any*t All���������And  Don't Put he'it Over F\*������otb Into tbe  Reiriger&tor For Tomorrow.      Jm*  mm.m . -I mmm  I  ikr in Oumberlancl  STAY AT THE....   VENDOME.  (C-2T   All Cosvk'sik-v'ci}'. von G-justs  J. R.  mM-i^imiWiit..*M.ii-mmvwi*i,ti.m.-m*mK*m'  blm. Tho good IjOwI provided every  animal with some kind of weapon  of offense or defense. A man's ls his  fist; a woman's ls tier tongue. Civilization . has so far, progressed that a man  ���������tbat is, a gentleman���������cannot uso his.  natural weapon In dealing with aj  woman. That's all right. Civilization  has made some mistakes, but that Isn't,  one of them. But it has placed no'  such limitations, on woman's weapon,  and ages of constant use have given;  her a skill that puts a man at a pretty;  considerable disadvantage. Whether,  she uses it as a poniard or a meat ax!  mem to tne Old reliable, never falling method that they havo had copyrighted since tho days of Mrs. Adam%  It's nn old saying; that it tak������s two-  to make a quarrel, and CUcro's a_;  other almost as old~-������Iiat It' takes  but one to end tt. Both are equally  true, bnt when It comes to closing up  a domestic controversy a woman will  succeed-where a man wiil only get his1  foot ln deeper, and she can do It with-,  out concessions, without humiliation,  by the simple trick of forgetting.  That's the stpff that will mend family!  j Jars ���������.���������nicker and more eflVetirely thai.'  I nnything else. Paste tbe recipe inj  j yotti' cookbook; my dear, and take a,  ! look at Jt every time 5-00 set on t-ha,  warpath. 60 loos, little sweetheart'  Your affectionate dad,  JOHN SNBED.  hThkBah is Sui'Pi'.iKn went     ','  Best Liquors and bijrarf  ���������BANNER MAN.  JAPAMESC  Cbllilveti I_ bed.  ,A little child should nev^r be allowed to go to uieep with Ita *>ac<,  partly under the bedcloihiug. Mothy  ers are supposed to know this, but  ���������fhey aro often careless. A child's face,  must be entirely uncovered when  asleep, so that it Inhale only'perfectly  [nire air and not that which has already been breathed. It .Js tafl.nS  things IHc-e thlB which moke <������ mar tl  ohUd'-a r?utore bealtb, \      .;  *-?  at a li'nv Price. *  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean mu  5o lbs.,.................. -$2.6?  No. 5��������� Japtown,,.. .Cuinb riand B.  JOHN M,cLKODS-  FOR FIRST-VI1 ASS  0AN0Y. KIU11TH,  OJGARs-* A'TOHAOCOS  00   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  A vromaiiis -weapon ts her tongua:  depends  upon  her temperaratent,  but  the  result  is  usaatty  the  same���������the. '  man picks up his hat and jtimps far}  the front door.   -Now, it's a' peculiar-,  ity of a woman  undo*,* such circnm-;-  stifnees   thtrt, "w'hile   she   remembers  xvith   highly   ma-galtied   clearness   all  that he says and much that he didn't,  she entirely fo'r'xe��������� the.occasional-re-'  marks sho made herself.   I want yon  to reverse that process."'Tli'iufc over  what you said and long-'fief ore' time  for Bill to come bai.-k.from work you'  will-l������-in-the-prol>er.-f^ame'of^nin"a^toT,  meet him with a kisa, to be your owni  sweet self, serene and smiling, just as*  =Q  Tklafa'iEofa  ie  By CASPER S. YOST.  MAN'S WJN1ATVRE TAlUffQ&.-Lei  Dill Stacks Arodnd At* Il*vfii>it%  jjtcepa Ultn eA.itomTie- D*ei*i,Eaj#ctf������.  Mere Mul** Biped to Be a ?\r*i_xi* of  Prtpriety ��������� HiB   Physic*! Comfort',  "������������������.:...���������    -��������� . -1   ������t  tCopyright, 1530Z, by Gasper ft* Yost.]    _  " Y   PEAK *r,lTTLl*.  GUIL���������It  #8! ���������  takes' some   wotnc^ __oi_ger.  "   ~^355" others to "wake up to"  the fact Uiat their husbands'  are not truly nnd al-ml-itdy and alto-  If a tll^aKrel had never happened since)' ~\ gether perfect and sqmf aro likowiso  Urn world bo.span.   Then, for heaven's) ' bUkwot ttwn othevs tn becoKJhjj; recoinirt  v.ub...i.i,e iiuw and have your'st'tbscrip-on'date fVom now   nil  th,' end of next year, Decent 1-er 31st,   1908.  CANADA'vS   GREATEST  .-NURSERIES  TRADtt WlftRKt  . DC8I0N8  Co.-������Ymai.Te Ao.  An.Tono ���������onillii'. fi nkotoh nnd donorltitlnn <noy  (i������f(il(ly Moortnlii mir niilnioii treo whotlmr nn  nvuntlnii l������ pri)-*inl>lrj������HWiij-fttilB,������Coiiiniiiuloft.  llniiHiirlctJ������������iiillflont.W.^J}ANulWPKoi) putaoU  I'nifliiti Ukou tfiruuali Muon AVo.tamtt  tf trial notiei, wltliout oTmr������o, Iti tlio  Scientific Bmntnti.  t llliniti'dtoit wrnikt*/,  In-woiit 1ctr-  ny unlanitna Jimriiiil,  ���������.'nnin, 43������  hIIIU*, fl.  HOW Willi JIOff'llrMlorj,  Co3e\oto������d*iy,BowYork  \et*"m V St- WMliliilton, li. D.  ���������mm^iit'i*tmm*'*itm-mms*mt*  KOTTOK ts li������rcby erl von tlmt, UO dnyn  ��������� lifter tlnte, J jtiti'tid to apply lo tlio Hon  Chief Ct������mm.Hn.ovu.r of I.nnrtu nml WorltK  for a llconcu In ptoB|HHJt, for conl mid pi>t-  rokuiiu o������. I lm ((illowins aoiwi'ibcil litmlHt  <Jo'mmi'iiolii(_ ut 11 '\i\ml plnntyilftt tliu  north-west comer of tlio Iiidlim Huiwrvo,  lc'iotvu iih thu PinHlftdrfo fnillun Konervo,  boiiin* Hfotion 12, 'Comox Uintrlot, con  tHlnlug 209 luii'uu.  , i).i d 8tU duy of Qofcobor. 1IW7.  AtLAN 1MIHVIS.  E. IlaixmoN, Affnnt,  , a���������dkMMaaisOTaHnaMaiaHauaau'aaaaniunaaMWwuwaaaia  NOTIOK it lieroby ������ivon that, au iluyn  aflcr dato, I intond to npply to tlio Hon.  ���������Vulef Ootamlsulonor of Lnudu umi Workm  for nlicunoti to pru.ipout for ooul iiml put*  rotoitmou viiulullowmi. tloM-rUmtl IiiikIbj  GoiiiinutioltiK at (t punt (limited on the  b$,wli nt the north-ontt cirttor of tho  tndtoti   Itosorvo In  Oomox  ITnruour,  I known n������ Muollan .4, Comox DlHtrint, bong nn Indian Rmorvo, uoutiiliiln^ 150  norro.  Dutaa tbo Sth dny of Ootohor, 1007.   ,  CU. UI'iUWAKU.  E. lIuinmoK, Agont,   ���������-���������   WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOH  OUMBKItLANI)  10 sell IJigli Class N nivory .stocls  in FrnitR ami Ornamwittils U\Yt*.  ost'list of now spociiiltiim ovor off-  ot'otl. Start now nt bost Belling  BuaBon. Licuncod hy 1...0. Gov-  nniinonl; to soil in tlio Pro fit too of  British' Ooltiinbin". JJig indin.'o-  inontfl, Liboml Pny, llinidsonio  Kvoo Outfit, Torritory Uo(*oi'vo<l,  write for-tennft mul ('nttvlogtio, mul  uunil 25o. for onr iiltuiiitnnn jvicl-tnt  mioi'oscopo j Mngnillos 4-J tiiiini"]  nnt] 80������ for onr "liiuidy saw, ]���������������*  tlio tlilitfj; for li'iiim.iiig,t,ro'������6 [otttH  iron ns woll n������ wood.]  Stoue&V/ellmgton,  Fontliill .Ntiiwrion,  lOvorHtltlncmHl  TORONTO    - -    ONTAIUO  Dominion  KOI  T  WALK  in fi;*londifl voftidonoo of Mra.  J. Uni', 2 Lois, ti- lii.ioiiuid  Hoii.-o, iriifiii'iiished or 'Fitriv-  isluid, Price on iipjilic.i\.tiou to  tlm Cmnborliint'l Real Estnto  Agonoy. ;' a ���������  cake, don't ret-Vi* to the dlsa^fxieiai-rju  ��������� again.    Yon  can   b������M   your  PWe  fJG.it  won't.  Each Entitled to Opinlbrrs.  Of conn-e. you nre entitled to -_our  own opinions, all you wont Qf them.  So is lie.    But  lot mo tell you one/  thing, my Uttlo girl, and If i ,wns a  prhitier I'd put It in the blggefjt, typo  to lioliltd���������tliGro 'iiovor was nn opinion  that was worth' the prtee of your hai>-'  jiinoss.   linvo yonr opinions, but don't  try to Impress them on-Bill with a potato luttRJi-cr.' That way Isn't eSoctlvo,  and., besides-,   It, lacks   refinement.'  V/hen you want]  him  to  thlnkV  ytmr   way  Just)  pwt 'your .arraa-  nronntl hia' neck;  -*\  and -    Uu.t���������  pshaw, yon knowi  how!   All worn-1.  ���������Si cn���������do. Tho trou-,  bio Is thoy 80T_<S-  m v^tf���������iarm'wHlmw tUlowtholf',  ' Xasuaaoa ta fcjjaitSl  his nccii,  mtarrmAjAM i������uw.u.i  ciled tt> tbe fe������f*Tro*������i*pUir������i. I d*Wk  kmw -tfituit }*������t fi^wctefi of UH1, brut  ���������it'*s-aei������3 .to me tltat I Un.vt������ ulready pot  ���������it ftntrftr l������*ltrto y������n tliat wlratevcr ft  was bo vst-HiM' fall consiilerntily sbort  of the mark, being hui.iaii mi'l n man.  Ami It's, a mighty good thing tiint he  does, to������,-for woman's Ideal man won't  fit l(nto the everj-driy life of thin practical 'ago. HtVd Ue rim in Uy the cojw  before' ho .g-5't a block away from home  'inst oa suspicion. Tlo'd bo as hmo-  eomo ns -the little boy (lint i-ot lout In  the corntielil. IMd I over U*\l you that  ctory? llemlnd ���������mi- of it iho next time  I'm nt homo- It's ivpv.ty go-*;!.story."  ..bat Jttfrt now I've /.:ot..'.-orne ililn/jp to  Piiy--that'will be-liurd tu keep within  fho'ltmlt'of a two cent Rt:im-tv. -  Tou'"prewnt ������ protty W������ ^tflkltiiient  |i^aJn.s"t  film.    At  uuy  ti>ti^ I've  no  '"���������Aoiibt It look������ thut wny ',0 you. you  'pay tbnt ho wn-ntv. to -.inn-a* fit homo;  that lie 'drops viirloiin ntirl Btmdry  (ltl(if���������'H, llkO; wnf.a-'.lne.s nnd ciiffs und  Stji'h, iirottod tlii1 housy, nml Unit Bomo-  (Itrios'iu tl>n ovvuiiifc ij'> fvv.11 boos no  l1������-i'*VV.*ail.f.1  Hotel  VletoHa, 13, C.  Thn TlfttoH art* towor than othor  first-class hotoln,   with   Aoconio.  uutiuu ���������SltJ.'W.tivil  lu   IlliUt^.  Hooun. with or without bath.  American Plnn  91.50  to 92.60.  por day.  Knropenn Plnn,   Uoom������ only,  .DU to il.fiU, per dny.  Froo Bti.t,  STEPHEN .JONIS^  i/.���������c*i-,'*1  l':"^^l  mi  ?*-J '^EP'  >.- f_ft:Bt.V'T''i  i'f-m^m  itA%m?y-m  ��������� f.t.'H**'*! IttytJv'.'ty*,  ,\\e*      '    -*T ___, mmI* r H I- ���������*  "*���������' ��������� *em**w*mmt ���������>***"'   ,\  A  ml ��������� ���������" ���������  fc)/������/i'/���������>������/���������'.///^VrAf/M1'  yd'ifiL-rMitiityA  '���������t-i.ru tr i>*-*  '���������������.'*t.U'N������*'*,_i  V.ffrkti.-.A..'':  frW'}$.y*i'' ,  .^���������.-'���������V*.*"''  King jrf ieotch Wisi^kf-���������-,  Sola, Aeents for S C  The HUDSONS BAY OO  llc'd 1'C rnn in U>j the cops.-  far ns io put his ioA on the library  rtsstt-s. That's aivful. eiiuply aw,fnlV  Tint, my dear little, -rirl, it mhrht be  worse. There nre grjevous rJiortconi-  t-*tw. 1'" 'mve t*i Rduijt It, ������.ven vhouj,''!'  ���������I ��������� j-I(������a<^ atiilty. to them lu.vself. .But  these' very faiiiup-- prove to uie. tbat  my esti-nate of Wllll.ini 'Is ������������������ correct.  Rd's lost a mun, a plain. onlicHry  man, but still he is n imtn. Soraohirw  sr other we jnst en n't. make onr con-'  iiiict jibe with tlie rulw-- laid down for  the pure, the good and tho beautiful,  and wlien n woman sots n man whose  faults tire home -rvinvi. rhe'd better  accept: tbem with rcsi^niition an. I  '��������� thanlsfiilnesa and,thon proceed to make  virtues of tbem ,   ���������  .-���������  Ho Nonsonss About Silly.  For virtues they can be. little pit-I,  (hoii������.'i  tbey aiv  ncsatlve.   The-,.veryj  \x*.y^l'-Vf&rA A.-: -lii-!-^iV-������lf  -A ,^V** ' -duff4       , ��������� V4  .lie cvt.-n (toon so far irs to put his feet en  ,'/tc A.nir-t.  charges you make iir'.iln'-'t William tn-  ili-eate to mc that be ! v.*h hi-, licme,  jud wben a.man rr.anifi-^ts an affect.iin   "-forrht������~oWfl"flr^T<Je���������y^"l*,Trni^y^r������*^  Bweet liUlo tlfc'.t&it '"     - '- , '.i'..n {'*���������?  materials that .trooii fn^i uw!'i are m������..o  cf.    Yonr clrirges  oli* -    me  tb.-ifr 'i*\  sper.dn bis even hi'.rs at Iio-jic nm! (Ii-tt  Uo In W'-y In Uie.tnorniDB weiir liend.-'l  ,.-nd  CP.i7!y -for bu it    -;.   Tl.ey  show  ii-."-  that there !:���������  i << nonseui-p  abo-.it  Slliv-.    Ilf* Inn't one of those fellowa  wbo want to embroider violets ou tbo  summer clouds,   tic's -en tu hts job.  Ilo recoffabes tbe fact that the chief  object of hlfl cxlrtew*.* Is to provide  bread ind oleo itn.1 u few oKier t'tnifr5*,  liko   (staffed   ollve:>   umi   ei.'lirnldM'cd  nhlrt Wi'ii.-ita,  for you.   Tborefore aiid?^"  pnnsenwntly   he   numt   Invtle.     VoU'.  jirobHbly don't know it-few women do   '*  -but It'n n p'-ot-  t.\  Hc'lmis prop*  of. tion tlili IjiihI.  nc.-H   of   tuklnjr  ciire of a family.  lt'Harc������i������on9!bll-  Ity that iniKbty  boom   taken   tbo  etiperfi-uouij "son-  U; I If ill   (Wt   Of   l\  ti! i, u     U'tdnr*  R.'iffl me nm", I   '  Kji'l clip rti'ioiiH,  tbe   ll I n tl   th.it  Hlujvi   iv.-er   ������ui(J  Mim   dewn   thn  A mtet-ii ml-ve. tin it  P|,*os   iiii0   m0.  vrr-re., bvon on n  |UK,  Jmrt nn fiwoff im tlmt on tlin UikMi4, but  puminy anil ti.wlc������t������.  Tint, pp-rtinff back io I'.i'ly'r. taydbi, I  wsitit to tell yc.li bow tl.ey l.-yil- to u  ttittii, to an old tuitn, wIk-. has alwiij-d  ,;, ,, jtoepiiiBt mtvi-i" netttbt,  ! -Thoro Is not.i!i]-������ uglier th������n dull,  mrrpnryi looUlng Bllvar, It Is hud  ���������buohbIi in a toilet jwrvleo, but wb������n ill  Jtout.nllvor.la noon on the rtiulnR tubto  It inmn-son a onrologinuutH thut Is Chin  from ronranrlni* to th������ dlnur.  It Is not 0uon������li to Drivo till ver n  ���������woolrly olpanlttR, ns to mufti the cti-v  , torn, Conl gnn, ������t(vim ond rnrrmco Heat  Oil tnrnliili It quickly, whllo ihe duivt  from ovon trio hrv.it kurrt IlhIRj win  noon dim a ix.ri.tli.xl Hurfni,'...  To It oop ������(lvur btl������Ut nfter tj-w It  Hhould bo wnslioft nt oiico wINi n  chiiinols Jufl.Urtir womI'ikJ lu worm, wispy  ���������wator, rliiMed tliorouuhly In tiolllou wit*  ter and di-livl iki.| pAlA-..A <*e,|(ltl,v  Mltb a -soft 0.0th or a fresh elmiiKiln  t-kln.  Thi*, to n well trained cUahwiHiKar,  ���������hould bo (in oxyotlltlim*. un ttn������ orUt-  thtry, Hll'wliod inetlwdn of drjlnil tr*  tnblti alhw In fuimtant wm,  tt It flocoataa too clowlwijl, yat tmw  ������*'..'  *������<J* ������.������*U il l*vJlaV������(.i������!lll t'������ KtVtt It  U  *M������i.*-������*t fV������"'^: - ������������������'.',* .,,. ;. ., ,,,  dorf-illy f-i#inV������(i by a rub with a  tewsoU chnuiolH. Ono nf tiiiw rb'xiht  bo In uvwy wr-ll ixpilviMd puntry.  Tlioy nro miro to rub oft on Inuvi-U unt  flow tin, e<|M'-l������llv *-ih**n new tint *.**-(.  McvllKiit for nn rmierj-enrj*,  Tho numt uuwlnfetitl,' nnd lirMHant?4/  Btilny ������lln>r 1 liavo ovwr feen t-Al-nn*}*.  to a woman ���������.vlio'-o mold coHftdi'd t<*  tna tlift������n(>cret of its flood npp(.*iriif,<(i.  Bha alwnyn uw>d pur* uleoboJ \nt*w������d  et 'wntor to tnol*t(-tn hnr ullvcr j-.wil"*'  Kff.tr imo n stilt brush or ������ roui i  clolli orr rt plnlti fliirffii-e, fnr nernlcl.,-'-  ilb'i4   Wiil   rcwdtt.    .\   ver**   oM-mti-niit'  tMriilng over of ono'ii irtlwr to a lew-  J|[_jt__[___j____i||t''|"������* ������������������������ ���������������-**-������   * the fr&ws, cummhmn. mnfrxm cm-uw-iUA  !^bNew Year (greeting  1  i  So nta_ tbls "flew |/cai be a |f)aj)p_ one to yon.  fca-TOt������ man, more wbose ibapptness oepenbs  on _ou, uo nut), eacb ���������>ear bjc "Bappier tban tbe  last. )���������  I  I  Stoddart, the jeweler.  XAND AOT.  v       Vann of Notice ���������  Victoria Land Pistri-t.  District uf Rupr-rt.  ���������Tii'ti notico thai I OtiB Davis, -.f Ev*,:  ���������ti,    \V&.������h'.r,.,U-*-,   U.   6.  A.   otwuot'T.  ������������������'). l*:*A?g6r, leit-ndw to Bi-piy for a Pp'-cifi  I raii-t-r iynftioo over the followingdoscril  ud ianda:���������  "-Commencing at s pout planted about  3>_titoUefi distant and in a -orth-weeterly  direction from the mouth of Salmon Hiver and the weat boundary ot Lot SOI  Vancouver Island in the south ahoro ol  -Johnstone Straits and 16 degrees south  of West of York Island snd 22 degrees  west of south of Jesse Island thence  ���������south forty chains thence west sixty  cliui.-tf ihonc-u north forty chcLa tfcojice  'west eighty chains thenoe north forty  ���������ehains more or less to beaoh thence south  ���������easterly along beach to place of commen-  fjementiand watetoitig 610 aores more or  Sea*. ,   ��������������������������������������������� . __QTL8_^.tlB-  Btnked November 23rd, 1907.  Take notice that I, Otis Da-vis of Everett, Washington, TJ. S. A., occupation  log.*6r, i*itends to"~8pj������ly- for o specinl  timber licenoe over the following describ  ���������ed landa:--    ��������� |   '";���������''.-,.*���������  K^ommenoing Ita poet planted about  ���������one and ono halt miles north westerly  from -trom tbo month ot (Salmon River  ���������Aod westerly boundary ot Lot 304 Vancouver Island on the south shore of  ���������Johnston*- Straits due eouthjof Jesse Islaud thenoe south forty chains thence  Mrest forty obains thence north forty  flhaius thence* west eighty chaios thence  'north- forty cliai-a* tbenoe west forty  ���������ahalua tbenoe north forty obains more or  -efts'tp b-eaoh thonce aouthwesterly along  beach to plnce of oommenoement contain  ing 640 aores more or less.  ....������������������-: OlM D-iVIS.  fSta-ied Novembrr 23rd, 1907.  17-12  Dr. D Ft, Kerr, dontiot will be  ��������� Vi town on hii  regular  visit to  -(.t. to berland and vicinity narly in  i uinary.   The exact dato will up-  ���������tmr luter,  METHODIST CHURCH.  ���������",7!mt nh\U thi-Nnw Vcir brini'  ��������� *' is I'., auujisot of tb* mtttw*".. ,.i  rho M-'tbodiat t-bureh n*\i linn.-y.  FOB SALE���������100 aorea, tjOaerm chopped  m.J������l������Kjt 10 'lon-tdm al. Vifih ii.nu  ��������� ���������-..: uio.llt-ui i*tvi e ioiid. T������*rtus can  <yi i.irt.i.i,c1-U>anJt  ^OB-SjU*B -JO aores good IhuJ inCJj*  ������������������wit. Valla/, suitable for chicken rnucl,,  Jv i.ut'.ful ���������trenm rum lag tliroagb pro*  ���������,N)'ty.  A^piy at Wita office.   mmm* ���������     ������������������"*-  ���������1100 buy* "1*9 aorea timber ranch, 9  .aitea from Courteoaf.  FOH SALE-The tint ie-.iilei.ee of Mr  T E. IMte. Mituatcd at the < mer 0  AVioJenmere .indjFiru Street U fur sal.*  .ax tba lav, figure ol $1400'   For   oanuu  '.*,* Afr-i r*<r������1*e*Urir* **!*������*  iA;   MODEST   INCOME   TCKX  The clamant for the Pi&3 million  estat���������-an oaUle covering ouethird  of the oauntv of Midddlcsexand,valued at. .-$ 750,000,000 with an annual  reven *e of $i0,000,000-arrived in  1 -oiutun itoi Clii-tmns.  Ui'otge Ilorton Morriswn. is ac*  coiii/.iajiied by hi-i Wife aui daughter con-ie.i from the Blue Mountains in  Auitrttilia tool aim wealth beyond  the dremuiM of uv.ir.ve. He bat com-  miiti'd! hu fortunes to a company,  w)ii>'.li bus subscribed $5tl,00iJ to iu  ventigite his title. Mr. Morris asserts th.it hj is the grand 6011  of u. brother of Henry Pagj who died  in 1823, leaving 11 odtuot hoir-j to  iii.* property which extends over six  ty quare miles nOrthand west from  the M-irblo Areh. The vhme ol thvt><>  pc-si's -iioub may be imagined by draw  iiig a Ifne from tho MarbloArchup  (tirough Hcndou to Elsiree Station  lerosT'tBir   Bordc������~o~r ~Ric^cmaaa������-*?  ���������-��������� *  worth to a point some miles south  of Uxbri'dge, and hick t oHydo Park  by Southall, Actou nud Notiiug Hill  This area comprises noarly oirethird  of tbo County of MidHesex.'severla  iraporUunt submbs' ol Londqn and  some of the moat . valuable resid*  <>iUal diatriot iu ths wost end.  Tbe P-.g*4 estate d-ites'from lb--su  l)rea*eion ot tbe tnouaeterys of Uuu*  ry   VIIIV.  Mr. E.G.   I'oul rruthu* tJ     Nau*  ���������timo ou _;iturdiiy inonm-f -vuro he in  nimo, werif  !.��������������� ineu'ds spundii-r afew  tluys bofro taking his Uup-irturo to  Viccria.   1 1     '  ...    '*. . . . ���������'-' "������������������'"������������������**'  ' " '*"*  Tlio tcHChersare all away enjoying  ih.i. bolidy*. but ������M return on Sat*  imiyn   oornliii-:  .10   sehool opens ou '  Moudyi) ,  Jnuus.y 5tli.  Mr A  Jf  i;ir.l 0/ lit* C| r of.N ������i  uio ntuiiaoil  1 bo   Misonii}  btinuui  Klv������n b the  Cumberlnad  Ldge out  Fiiduy  evening  lade. ���������  ������������������*���������*a> '������������������  Mr. T. Edwards.formcrly ot tis city  pii'l r. visit to old friends on Xmas  '���������nl tho .'olio..lu.i dayi r t'lrnlug on  Uaiunt'iy   to   Vaucouver,  M(*a Louisa Blekle roturns Sit 11 r*  duy uiorulutl to D������.-.tfojio's hqIiooI  Ui  Victoria.  Mnstvr  Leinud   Mouee   I������i.vas  thi������ weak agalu Co attend the Collcg  imu School  lu   Victoria,bnving speu  n good hoiMAjr lu. OumberUud.  ���������     '  ���������  Mis* Hill will  inave Saturday  for  her sehool  at   Dunoan'a.  ���������2-5 00 reward will be paid for In  roirn.tion that will lead fo the eon  vioilou of the person who plucivd a  wiic nerota the aldewalk en Bteond  ���������trust on the the evening of tbe 21st  then-by obstructing tbe public high*  xmy,  WEfLBT W1LL-RD, llsyer  Peaembar tlud,lVU7.  Municipality of the City  of  t?um'������.'^.'aud.-      1  NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that  to the electors o������ the Municipality  of Cumberland I require the presence  of tbesaid electors at the polling stat  ion ou Dunsmuir Avenue on Monday,  the lath day of January, 1908, at lrj!>'  olooi noon, for the purpose of elect-  iifg a Mayor and Alderoiou to repn-s  ent th*..m cor the year ii)*S.  The- mod j of nomination of candidates uhall bi as    Hollows ;-  The Candida ie shall be uomiiutt-'d in  writing;tha writing shall be subsetit-  edby two voters     of theMunioipaliiy  as proposer adn seoonder.Hndshall be  delivered to the returning ofi'Uer at  auy lime b^tw-juo    tho   date   of the  uoiic-.' and 1 p.m. oi th.t diy  oi the  iionnuatiou,   a'nd in tin; e v.iwt " oi. a  .���������.-'.  i     01   it     jcil   Li-iujj     Iil���������ee^silly  such poll    shall be   opened   ou Thursday  the  ltii.il   day  of  Jani-icy.iJua.  al   the   potliufcTrl      statiou.iiiiusmv.ii-  ,.������,'*.i.iuc. the   Photo   Onhuiy, Ckui-  bcrland.   B.   C.   of   whihrt   every per  -on  v  * i-it'by required u last* 110.-  *cj -fai.U go-reru himnle    according  '���������������'.���������     ' ,-*���������   '  Tbe   qualilcalion   as   caud'uiate for  ..Mayor* is   nn   lolluws;- ,.,  E.* mist, bj atmi.le Biitish subi^c  ol the full agge of 21 yiiasr and not  disqualified under uay law  and have  breon for tin. sii mouths nex. p.Ceding the day of nomination iuj rcgis--  .. irnj. owucr Uani LiMgiSiry 0������fice of  land nad real property iuth*j City of  the    assessed     value      on   the   last  Municipal Aseussmeiit Roll o: i*.������t0<M  i**oi- mor������ over and     aooo an/ ^-erfis-  tered iucurnbrauise or charge,'aiid who  is otherwise qualitiied as a  muuicip  al   voter.  The   qualification   as   caudiiate'for  Aldermen is as  tollows;-  ilc must be  a  British subject  ot  the iutl agu of twiiisty-tme yoa'ra and  not   disijualuiad   uulcr   any   law.aud  have Lecu for six months next, pre-  Ci'.d'ui,r thvi day of uouiiuation tha -re-  Kis e-'wl o-.vn.jr iu tbo Laud H-.-gi8.ry  Ouioc of laud and real eatati*. 111 uie  City  of  thj   aMd>iddjd   value      '    on  the last Muaio.p.tl As^ussmont Boil  ot $-5u0 or        mor-j ot-jr aad  abvivc  any  registered  incumbrance   or charge aud ivIij u o^herwisii qualified as  a   municipal   vocy. ..  Uiven   under   my hand and      at tlie  City of* Cumberland this 30th day ot  December,   11)01.  ~"i=" Alex.   McKinnon.  K_^____ujng   Oftic-;r.   ���������  Municipality, of the City  of  Uumbui faild.  nominatinsfo'b two School  TRUSTEE8 Will bu received on Mon  day ilh.i lath diy of Jauuary,lU08, at  12 o'clook noon. ,  Tlie mode of nomination of candidates   limil   tw   a-i    follows!"        "      .    .   , . --     ,   ���������.-���������    =...  THie cuididati'i* shall be iioiniiiat.*d 1 hands ro-iud. whu ever niedftd mouey  bi - writiiim    the   writing "sttajOo Kind   words  eubaenbed'.by two-voters'o^'tndMmi. _to-   .,,_.:���������_-..j,.,*   ���������-.  ���������    ,        .,   _���������   .  laippalU/'M j.it.poserBi*dsi'conddr j "^ the;taedl.im of exohui^tb.it do  and shall bi .delivered '"lo>;tllc"'   U.'i-1 lhtf busitirs-J   f-������r   th-������   oiUor-.kliid  uruing    Olfioiir at any time-bei ween j words'and'church soci.il tickets.  "Alberni has to h tve vdvertisi.-ig no  matte.r how die ip it miy bp. Same-  tin.'ii <-*ggo i- wis t.ie wil.i man who  nt.t:t,' his.lioiii.; ne-.ir thit ri^iii-^ l.i.r^  but poor fellow he had to wark over ti-T'.������ audi ^-vldonv ton'c h;s depart  nre   for   pirts     unknown.  The latest metbjd of advertising  is the outlaw at--*-!.; w.iio/i ins bt'i-u  st-eu for aama months, mid,; its a*.i-  t.earaucc atrain last weuii raisiut* u-  cycione 01 excili.meiit on 1 ranch to  disappear agim jast ai sidieuy*ns  it appeared. We ar.i tol-i it took for  the tall '.imbers around Spro.it Lalio  Of coma? suns ou struck it uud it  1 carries with it a b illut and k'f t b-  hind. it a train o* blood tlut could  be traced foar mile-3.  Accordiu to .th'e'best of authority  lhis-*(i't*eer is s,--veu yeird oldi and  weighs over a ton. It was onco the  peaceable property of ��������� a rancher thoo  but one day,- about four years gaoso  so the story runs.when i.t was elect  ed to. fill a vacvnoy on the dressed  meat market, it answered the call of  the wild ani has noverbuun in captivity   since.  Hi.untershavepursuea.uho steer at  diifcrent times and couiiiij within a  riile rauge. huvi* hit ittvith bullets  but it seems to hava uiJie lives than  act, anil Hi3 oro lead it giits umu-  deri.ts hid-) thj stron^craud wilder  it   becotnijs.  In iis four years of wild oareerthe  outlaw has had many adventures and  has estalishud a dictatorship d-zer  the bears, panthers aud wolves.  Tho story dons uot yet end but this  but it wiil givo our readers dume id.  ca of the m<-*th->d mud. by tho, p.-Ople  of that dUtriot to. adveriUii their dis  trict.   ,���������+ ,   KEEP   YOUK    MONEY.  There is so muoh mamy iu running a newspaper that some editors  are refusing money as "a reward for  ���������t-heir���������sc-rvicca:���������Here-is���������the���������voiee-of-  a Kansas editor, whioh failr gar-  jfli^g with the joy fn* feuls ta work  without money. "It takes -wind to  run a newspaper. It takes a s'c.util-  l.-iliiig.r acrobatic imagination and a  half dozen white sliirts aul a r.tliro.d pass to run a newspaper. But  money���������heavens   to   Betsy   and    six  va  toww  S\  Draft control���������perff  draft control, that's 0  Jthing you'll likeabo  this range.   Spet'  ally big fire do-.  \hasan extra drs  ^slideattop,   I  side that sliti  '1  there's a shield  A  OXFORD,  The. RighC  *jSteel Plate  62s ^^^S^is0  Burns ��������� ���������   either wood or coal with  real economy, because the  draft system is always  under your control���������easy to  handle as to set a clock  H ahead or back. Big copper-  lined   reservoir,   utilizing  :-������m  |v������*v* -ww*   *.- mm m^mmmmf***-, ^. ���������  that carries the it  . draft DOWNg  [under the fireH  ���������and upagaiu. k  tho date of tho i������jur,*i'irn 1 iJp.iri, oi  the day of noindiatioiir. >sA&1,1?lif i'he  event of more than one nomination a  When  you  aeo   a   nadllor .wiih  .honey; {watch   bim  He   wiil-   be  vtuhl ui. iiium mau onu nominaiiona r: ���������.*���������   ���������������������������   ���������   ..*    ^.i.   Ui  polll will be opened on TlVn'rk iay,'tho! Vnylng bills aM di-inraco the profos-  16; h day ol Juuuary, 1U08, at th.*pOl-| sion. Make hlra trade it out. IU*  ling atatton.tho Photo Qiillery, Cuin-I lives to swap. Thnn when jo 1' die  berland;  B. C.   of     which e'v������rv iW i .������.._. t.���������..t:.- ��������� ..:^ .....       .  berland; B. C.' of     which every per  sou is hereby  required th'ta.'.e iiu.'.ci!  and     govern   bimself  accordingly.  Qualifications   for   trusidus is uh  folhiws j ''     ;  Any person bsin-g a housohloder in  the Muuioipdlity uud b.-iiu ;i Briiinh  subjuot of the full age of twenty-one  years and oiherwisu uii.tlifi*.. 1 by tills  Aot to vote at an election of School'  trustees in th.* snid Muuicip iliiysbul  bo o'.igibl 1 tn ,l|i i-lcctvi or to  a r*o aa 1 tehool Tr i>tn',  1 i en uu.le ni h ni nl tin* Clvo:  Cuniburland th.s. 30th dya of December,   1907.  Alex.  McKinnon.  '   Jt.'.iii'-niiig   Of flour.  OVKltPLOWrKOM  THB  BDiTOil'H  HUA1N ������JOX,ttt  mti   ���������  FOR SAtft���������0 acres, with to' art*.*  tiesred; Sl,o- *. worth of timber, fir etc*  i������r, *.'hita |������in������, and spruce. 75 acte* it  ,iionoum.u, 2 .w...;.cJ hv* **���������* "  bl)iliiitjr>, I^tt of iprinic water, and on-  !��������������� about a mile* from Cumberland.  SaobetaUb. Dee. IB���������-Two mm  -rimed Millar -md Cirroll ett<������r-  mi aammt*e*\ boaee U������t nlkjkt    tA.f  a Atrred Uet ItiiuA-n it) h-dl  ,;   ' ;    *  -Tbe -retrbare tb.*n b*a*n ������hootiug -.1, j  tb* lemntea attaekt-d  tbo  roM.u -  end  Willed Miller  with a erowdir  CiritaU waa hit en the   bedy mm*  Urn* to etiveDo your abappinffla  ���������in  t - lyrrlend.   1  Ti; the Cuinderlaad atorea-tboy  will tillaf-f  you.   , 1  I' >o.i tr������d.i lu OuqjberUnd-������Tcrj  ������...  ..   >au#;,������,d,  T itfteia and toy* at trlfIiikIprleee  ib.' M,glial Oaeb tttroe.  A 1 onie for owKrurekd poekrl  hoiui   i'rmtay'n Dnif  8wre.  TniDiMluf beepe of new things Tbe  1'iK timia.  *���������'''���������" jirndnevr* at���������-fill this in  -wh,,, jou feel thlrety.  F*4** aa eemt-mBon* Dftter-Btod**  du * Kwetnr,aa4 wedllrtl   P_w*������He,  a* 1 your duller will da-Ike Tar]  iM*ll.  i������ CumberM fW  f������t  ?4lur������  ���������������"   ".tifloae. f ���������  f      t  thhttf   thn ahera Iln enel at  'll 'I'J- ������-e M*W-><".������ (t Aon-they will  ���������  ��������� r o, -iti* en?ln������-4 wltb eome  *  "      '������������������mill ebaraani*.  I"'��������� ��������� ".ji* that dode net batM a riv*  ������-T,t H.tei aa It b-Uee anfthlng  ��������������� i'i   *.Bee Wtee aud alth*.  '-���������.-��������������������������� H*t. MaKloMt) Iwa ebarfi..af  M' oniiirt* RUM Prlaa ftp.lt",*.  M������������������������ T. Woods 0' Or u him biought  to lb- NEWd oif ice tut  wee* thru  beautiful cauliflowers tukwit out' of  ib" gardmi th* dty b if oro Xinar.  A oiiuvite that eau produce cuuliflo  wer tbls aeasou of the year in hard  to   beat.   *.  ��������� ���������  Mr .Bd .Bickle bis a ail*" sl-ioo  Krldya Us thu wnn' como "off"  It is a bouueiug bnby, boy.  Mr. J.  MeKemie   forrai'rl  of the  town of Ludurr hue eeeepUd a pos  It lon In the Bin Store.   Tbu mnwiRo  ujiut ia forunute in securing the eer*  vieoa ot ao competent a elork.  after having stood around aul siieer  od*'at "thii Jim''Crow pwper.be sun*  dfid have your \yife sen! for two or  three b*.tfa pipers by om of yo-ir  ,-liill Jreii; aiid when she reads the (Jen  i'1 Oiis oud touehinir notices about you  forewarn hor to ii.t^leet U sii'i 15  rentsC������ t'1.1 olltor. Thi> elitoi*  knows this and what he wint'i is  heartfelt thanks. Then he cambauk  the printers adn thuy can thank the  grocers.  "Don't worry about tho editor. Uo  has a charter from the stat to act  aa a doormat for the community. He  will get thu papor out some way or  othor and will stand up for you when  you ruii-ror officii and lio about your  piKeo.i-t.Qcd daughter's wediaug and  lblow  about  your   blif-foJU'd   bays  wheu tbey got a $4< a wenk job, and  [ w.oop over your shrlvoUud soul wheu  it is roleased from your grasplug  body aud smile at your giddy wifo's  j aeeond marriage. lin'11 gut aloug  Tho Lord knows bow only, but tho  {editor will got there aotnebow."  KaiiiaaEiobrtn������.o,  There's no.  range that gives \  you so much kitchen  comfort for the money -  so much certainty that .'���������  WILL cook rijrh.t an~  can't  help but BAE)  right   Won't   you  call   a nd   see   i t V  _   reservoir,    _  heat other ranges waste, '^SSk THE gurnet kquhdst cv  gives" an always ample supply^^nmlted���������Toronta Montreai  rt>f hot-water, ���������more econoii^^iSgk BLamiltoa       Winnipeg  and more convenience. You real.-|*r-tffl^_ Calgary    Vancoaver  ought to see this range, -~it!w|S^^  so h"andy in every detaiH;-,  ha������������������������������������    for Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agems.  *      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cai'ital. 83,^'0,0'X)  Kksekvk, ft,39(),000  AeSETs,   815,400,000  Depobixs,-88*2,400,(100  A  Tlie Manager t>f the Royal Bank of Canada  will he pleased to servo those  , who ������������������believe   in  Savinj_    Money  and placing it .vliere it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Hank.  A-  -*t*.  I A. B. NETHERBY,   -Ma���������_rfKB.'  _tf ������������������������^H>-������-������������������^-e-������-������������������<������-������*������999^^90^999e>w*t^em4\ett%  K.AIDA  ���������Merchant  TAILOR  LAUIES' TAaOK-MAvDE"COSTUM-KS A Sl'KCJlALTY  SUITS OlMDE TO   ORDER KflD  IN Af4Y STYI4B YOU OlISH.  FEBEECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  e U M B E R L A N' r>.  B. C.  It1 le e grand thug to Im a kd now  | i-xyt witb a ftlclgh and a good hill  er coating.     Tbe boya  and glrle  turnm to bo uujoyiug thouiiuilvoii ������o  well that eota   c-ol tbe older people  are getting quite Jealoua.  We true our many readera will  psrdon our many mlinlcea thle woe It  iho HiiiUiutf pot will make them all  one  elfe,  UIKU-Cberlotlc, tbo beloved wife  of Sir. J. di������ut3������r., on Buudey moru  ingv  Tb*4 funeral will tako plaee from  tbe fantllf reaideuoo on January 2nd.  The splendid PcHieroi; Hiillitm  "JUST  41734"  (Color, Buy.   WeiRht, 1875.)  Recently purchased by thc C  mox Hbrce Breeders' Associalk ���������  from McLaughlin Bros, Colum  bus, O., will stand for service  t he stable of  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  Toftn������������   t$28 Insurant  Marea'aeut from a diKtnnce will bo :���������������������  and oared fur at reuBounble niton till en.'o  Jnst Arrived  A fiuo Line of Plush   Ruga,  also Suit   Caav������e> suitable   for  Xmas Presents  to bu found at  Willard's  Harness Kmpobium,  Cumaerland, B. C.  *.  t  Campbell's  We  wti������t.  our customers   a Happy and   Pro������p<?row<i   \  New Year.  | Comox Co-operative Society,  * P AITKEN, Manager.  ADDRESS AND IMIRHRNTATION.  Mr. aud Mra, Colllun w>'M ������lv������n a  very agreuahlu aurpriao on Friday of*  eiilug loat.   Friemle gathered nt tbe  bnmn nf Mnvor Wlllnrd whmi a yery  ���������olennaint  time* waa  apnnt   end  ro*  fronhranota  were  partakvii   a������M>n  behlat of the oftlolla board of tbe he  diea Aid of tho M-ttuodfat Church an  addreaea waa read by the Hot. II. 8 .  1T'i������.iti.ff������ nuil ri t-iditifnl nil-fir berry  aervoae preeentwl by Mra, L. A  Mb nnet*.<  Mr .and Mri. Oolliui and family  took .their dpeerture   for  Victoria  on Baturday morning tor their new  home At HBIdncy.where thye willro-  aide iu  future.  ZTUBN0VBB8, TART8,  f OHEKBE OAXXt,  7 FBUlt aoVABSB $  ISoti. per dox. f  ^mzAmtvvrn ooo doa.  |       MEAT PIE8  I    Ev������ry Saturday    r  3 for 30c  it,  ���������At  Mary Id ��������� littli*    iamb,  8h������ often ua*d to wep,  H,-*i,.i������rt tliey told br thit her pet  Would be eon dny a abeep.  I BAKERY  H*H������*������UNtm>MW������'  0t������* - "������������������'������������������I*-4-* Hi" '*mn i*"wnii������ra-.m.i.i������ bi   -hi m  Wr- bave diapoaed of our But h-  trmnlnc**"  fn   thi*   ftoinnir   t^rfx-rtrnt���������  tioeii'iy to take of foot January tl  ItWfl, and take tbla meaneof thank  our numoroua oiialonu-ra tor thoir Im^  IrouaKi) ao liberally  bcetowiul u|<f^  ua during the laat four ynara.  J. MePliee ft mn.  Alll eeeounte prior io tbo nb u  date ahouid bJ ptid fo ua,  m**m  In referi*nee to tno above webo-.o  tn hati* th������ p-itronnifo rttrndM to  tl, MePbeeft* Mtmt end ahull deo* .  ,.?'

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