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Array r?f  irw  A Journal Devoted EspeolnMy, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C,     TUESDAY,       DEC   3,   1907  The Enterprise, Fifth Year.  t will soon be with us  (J) with all its pleasures  ������  J anci:  ������       excitements.  |At the Big Store  9>  you will find a a lar-ge assort-  (���������*)meut of Toys and Holiday  Ci)Goods suitable for presents.  (j'To Make Buying  (*���������<  ���������������-  ������  more attractive  111 our store  @we will give with every $1.00  ^purchase,clish or credit a tick-  ������������er beiug oue cliaauce to win a  <_)  ������  eautiful Doll  $) valued at $10 given away Christina;. Eve.  @ '.   Buy early  f-Simonteiser&-QGAAdi  mmmim**mmmmmmwma  CDagnet    Cash   Store.  FOR  OXFORD ST1IL  PLATE ,  STOVES  and -  RANGES  WiOOO   ond  OOHU   AIF? TIC8T HaRTBRS.  T. E. BATE,  mwi.     w mamenta  w m^m*^- #���������������    .j-.     ^m.   immmtama _|  Dunsmuir Avenue.  CUMBERLAND, B.C,  ... .������������������������������������������������������������������������.  I Xmas is Comma  *   ��������������������������� ii mi in ill 1 m       iiiim in 1 mil  We are anticipating yout wants  for  the festive season in our  Gfocepy Department  aMm_mmmmmttmmmmmmm^  and are now able to offer you the New  Dried Fruits, having opened but this  the finest selettion of these goods.  New Cleaned Currants in packages and in Bulk,   New  Seeded Raw!ns.  New Table .-%������, Turkish, in 1 and 10 pound boxt*n.   ���������  Our Fancy Biscuits and Soda Crackers arc Fresh and  Crisp having just arrived direct from Christie Brown of  Toronto,  Our irtoceriea are a'.i new ami bkiv&ii.  J McPhee ** Sons  *t*9999*,A*t������*9*999*9999 *.e^e*999������99M9n**99999M  Tke  City's Light.  file News man  "On  the Wing"  Sce3 "Tho Juice" Turned On.  About, a fortnight ago tive Cumberland Electric Light Co. which  supplies the city and camp with  light moved into thoir new home  at some distance behind Chinatown  at the foot of Mount George. Owing to a rush of job-work which  kept the whole office staff busy our  man on the wing failed to keep  h's appointment to visit the new  h 'tne and our renders were denied  a pleasure which we trust- they  will now enjoy.  "When the Company first opened  up for business some live years u-  go tlie plant vas'lioused inabuild  ing alongside No. 6 mine and tlio  plant wa,s run by steam from a  pipe connocted with the mine engines. Last year tho Company added to their plant a water wheel  which it was found assisted material ly in giving a much better light  aud so satisfactory . was the one  wheel that_.._the__jnaiyagein_H_nt  "decided to run the whole plant by  water.  . Accordingly this year a now  building about-20 x 40 was erected and connected with an excellent  ���������supply of water, Extensive improvements huve beeu mudo this  year to the water sj sfem by tho  Cumberland and -Union Waterworks Co. A series of ilums and  lakes now supply tlio water to the  city und camp and also the electric  plant, tho water to run tho plant  coming through a tou inch pipe  from a dam --about a mile back  nnd from a height of. nbout 1000  foet. Some places tho pipes aro  almost porpondjenlai', Tlie pressure we were informed is over 400  pounds to tho square inch und a-  bout,do)iblo that of tho pipos supplying tho oity and' camp."  The equipment of the plant is  composod of two soparato water  wheel units, which mako about  1500 revolutions per minute but  can bo raiso-l to double that speed;  two 60 kilowat 2200 vofts alter-  natloni.; two 2 kilowat oxdtors, all  being not in solid coitiont about six  foot dcop; and othor necrssary ap*  pliniiccB, including two magnificent marblo switch boards,  Ono generator Hupplioa tho fiity  with light, while tho othor duos  duty for thi'camp, Chinatown, Jap  town and No. 0 mine. Tho cup-  ucily of chi'Ii in soniowhuro in tlio  mtighboi'ho'iil of 2,000 light*, und  irt cupulilo of supplying many moru  lights limn present r(*(|iiit'oniont.  It would Im- impossible to ptism  by without r,.f.������r.������i)M> to "the man  liohlndtho   light'���������   Mr.   J.   J)  Wimii������ghatti,������uil who turns on tha     Mr. % 0.   Emdo accompanied  '���������juice'��������� hHvii������K the management | by hit slater returned from Battln*  ���������nn, North Dakota whom th*������y  wero on a visit to their paronts.  ������������������Ed" is enthusiastic over hi������f trip  but glad to get back to business  und to C-urtberla'.'!,  The fire.   M   On Wednesday morning last the  citizens wore moused by tho ringing of the fire bell at about 2 a. m.  Tliere was a scramble mid a rush  to the scene of the tiro���������the stable  used by the Comox Co operative  Association and Mr. P. Monte.  The fire fiend had an exelleut  start. Thore was a delay in having the water turned on acccout of  not being able to find the nozzles.  Once ths water wa9 streaming on  the flames from tho two nozzles  ���������the fire was under control in a fow  minutos, but much of the hay had  to be thrown out before the firemen deemed it wise to retire.  The alarm was first sounded by  some young folks who were enjoying themselves at the homo of Mr'.  Charles McDonald.  Tho losers are Mr. P. Monte,  owner of a vory valuable horse;  the Comox Co-operative Association of a horso; Mr. W, Harrison  owner of tlw premises.  Suspicion that the fire   was not  -merely-ac3idental-but_the-W-ork~oi  the fire fiend led to an investigation .boing .held on Thursday evening before tho police commissioners,     Mr.   P.. Phillips  Harrison  conducted the inquiry. After con:  sideriug all the evidence  brought  iu the commissioners came to  the  conclusion that  "Upon considering all the evidence-adduced in the premises,wo  the undersigned police commissioners of the Oity of  Cumberland havo mutually como to the  conclusion that the said nozzles  concealed as aforesaid,'wore wil*  fully so concealed und that tho  aforesaid w.b   wilfully ignited  or started, by some   person  or  persons to us unknown,''  hat charge of the plant during tin*  still hours of the night.  The move from the old to ri'.w  homo was dono in two days. The  plant supplying camp wits moved  one day and when it camo timo 10  tnt'ii on tho lights the plant was  runuing along as steadily as though  it litwl dono duty before. Whon  tho city plant was moved and had  it not boon for the slight mishap  of a "hot box" everything would  huvo beon well, As it was everything whs all O. k, in thu course of  a couple of hours.  Tho Company we understand ia  controlled hy local capital who do-  Mirve credit for tho oulorprlHo  shown in providing such'an -excel*  lent system of lighting, and it is  safe to say that Iho citinotis of no  city of the same aim  bas  bettor  light,  Mrs. Swan returned to Denman  Islaud on Thursday.  -���������* *>������������������  Mr. S. Thomson took a prisoner below lase week.  Mr Bryden Mas the guest of  our esteemed townsman Mr. John  Bryden for a couple of days l������6t  week.  METHODIST CHURCH.  ���������������������������-  Next Sunday evening the subject of tho sermon in the Metl'iu-!.  ist Church will be;���������Tho Follov  Sulked and Wouldn't Go In.  Mr. George Shearer returned  Friday from Black Diamond.  of the plant tumoral I y. He has  b*u<*n with the Company about four  yours and has proved himself a  careful aud  practical  ull   round  Tirnhnhlv  blush if onu called him au expert,  yet claiming about fifteen years  experience some of which was  spent in Seattle, and iu thu em*  ply of the Hlnton Electric Co. of  Victoria before taking np his pr-as  ent position, HisBorvieesaro wo  understand hlchly appreciated b  Mr H.   Horitflga  and  family  left for Vanconvor ou Thurtday.  Mrs. O. V. Stevens haa  os a  guest her mother who arrived on  Wwluc*'..).  Tliere    is  Nothing   More   Suitable  "���������"traM--4-!!*- ������IM ���������������������������Mil-*-*-*(*-*-*-^  r��������������������������� -���������_������������������____  for a gentleman's Xmas Present than one of those  Stat*  Safety Hazels  the only Safety Razorthat shaves,  It is  the Genuine A-rticle  We have the finest Xmas Specialties ever offered for   |5j  our customers in _ ���������*  Perfume, Pipes, Leather Dressing  TJasesT llSxiicure^r ���������~���������  A nice stock of Presentation Books,  Xmas Cards and  J  Calendars  A, H. PEACEY,   Cumberland, B. C.  Dancing Slippers  for the K, of P. Ball  * ���������  All Sizes Shapes and Styles;  .it*mmmia**mmnm.m. mm  At   .UowB&t   Prle������*-..  and for  Shirts  Dont Forget to Give us a Call  as wc have beyond doubt the Latest Styles and Uatest  Patterns, with ties to Match.  J. N. flcLEOD,  Dunsmuir Avoinio,  CUMIJEHLANDJ-C.  9999999999999999999999999999994,4>9999994>9+99*  Get in JLine  Buy in ou the Ground Floor.  Liots  at   $125,00  ���������.'i-l :'p\t-ris.  ���������n.������a������it*** ww I'WBonanyiiolaotedfrom a very lawa aunter on ae*  oouDtoftliwrwuj.. ioi Niiuniion ami exertional value V  H* floss fJapie*  ������toialnUtadtj'hr,awinba t������lft-nn������_t1 to give nil pnrt|pii|-iri te >t nlfti*.  ti.cro. bum*, laiiii ...mm***--.. 0! w uirftiuly oa tlii, mftikct nt .ImiWt* %h-  p-jrehtw, prico.  At any lima ymtr lots ur* an good aa ro14 ���������mir  v.  TOT  NEWS,   CTJM^TU,ANT)1.   '^r^'T   COT^vrrifi*  'lTiE   OU������iBl-BLAM' NKWS  Issued Kvi-i'j   Tuesday.  J.   A.   Baths,  Editor aud   Proprietor,  The columns of The Ne wr are open to all  who wish to cxpreaa therein view*, ou nut-  em nf jiub  .- int. i-������������t.  Whilo we do not hold ourBelvea reiain,i-  ble for the utterances of correupondeno, we  ..jwi.'b uu ngfit; of declining to insert  cioiiimnioiitiona uunoueusarily penoiml.  TUESDAY,   DEC.    3)    1907.  Most nia.ried men do as" theS'  please in their minds.  *i~>   o tp, i .(  Don't fight the shams .01 \i&  world too serious-ly; the shams  will wear \ou out, aud live long  after y ou are dead and gone to  ^our futtuo resting place,  The city fathers did a very  wise thing when they made the  present arrangements for tho  protection of the city���������placing  of constable Wilson on night duty. It has certainly met with  the approval of most people, and  it is always better late than never  If there are no distant relations  at a man's luneral it's a safe bet  that he died poor.  No* liin-L*, pleases a man more  than to have an opportunity to  crack a big whip.  A very round shouldered mau  is a very great benefit to a com  nituiitv; for the sight of him is  sure to make other men straighten up.  Much might be said in reference to the fire on Wednesday  morning at 2 p. m. Many people advance different theories on  lines very much different than  that which the finding of the  police commissioners advances  All are entitled to their opinions.  Taking for granted that the conclusions arrived by the inquiry  are correct it is up to each one of  us to plan and- carry them out  so as to bring true light on the  real cause of the fire. Of course  fires are nearly always mysterious  ���������Jt_wAulOje_onejoi^Ltlieugrand-^  Is'o inf.n is more blind than he  who pronounces the world bad  after looking in.his own heart.  We  have  piano  tuners,  why  wt gossip tuners.-  Big Dolls. Dandy Dolls,  Dolls  that can almost talk at McLeod's  You will never burn a hole in  sin by concent rating your piety  ou Sunday.   ������v���������   Folks who (iug off the key always sing above the choir.  Kootenay ash-  pan is exception-  S^aBy large. Holds  a two-days' accumulation. Removed easily, like a dresser  drawer, Flanges attached *to^_  fire-pot guide all ashes into pan-^|  m  est surprises and a surprise that  would be much appreciated had  some of the high,officials of the  insurance companies doing business in Cumberland been present?  ou Wednesdsy morning to see  the magnetic effect of the water  ou the fire once the nozzles were  found. To the citizens of Cumberland present it must have  boen a sourco of real pleasure to  see how quickly the fire was under control.  Undoubtedly the city has a  fine equipment���������iu the shape of  a strong force of water���������and equal to that of any, large or small  in the province of 11, 0.  The insurance rates at preseut  very high iu the city should be  cut in two aud new rates struck.  If thc present city fathers would  1 eel like doing the business men  tt valuable service before the end  ofthe municipal year it would be  appreciated along these lines and  i in press upon insurance companies thc superiority of Cumberland's five fighting force. (Of  course don't sny anything about  missing nozzles.)  A s.-itl ni-vu" li*-es to be  kissed  -u-nl'i*ss-<ilvG-Kai* s-she-doesnit   ���������. tp.   Over-caution it usually yoked  to failure���������in advertising.  ��������� r**   TO   PHYLLIS-  Oh, maid so gay J  I hope my lay  Will cause y u no displeasure.  Hear what I say,  Aud then you may  Consider at your leisure.  To steal a kiss  'T-tould be sucli bliss,  Snch joy beyond all measure;  Vou would not mias'  .So small a kiss,  And how that Ids- I'd'irei.s.iie!  Hut .should you mies   '.  That little kiss,  I'd give it back with pleasure.  -Marion K. W.ui-Jur.  LONDON. TORONTO. MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, HAMILTON  G H. Tarbeii UoeQi agent-  ���������** rg.j.-.-.;;.i.-.wf..-.*.'.?..*?j.-:;:-.- ...    .. -  ���������M������ft������&s^jA*BA.:"-������/tf'fc-a**-^^  Kspiinait S taaiio Ry  .*?%_������������������'_ ���������re-^fe?-^ ���������^^^-������^"-i-V  ���������*v_)*ti__t^m*mm*i-^^  s. s. "Oily of Nanaimo.  VICTOT5TA���������CCtvIC3C   ,-"> EOUTE  Sail   ftoin Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m., for  N .111.1 mo, ���������iM'luif* .11 (.'rofloii, K riper  iiiidThcns Isinuls when fieiyht ot  |).isitii^i*ri oflcr.  Leaves  Nana.mo    \V*e*!n*-il.vy, 7  a.  in.,  tor Unuiii Hay Coniox .uni way pons.  Leave-. Comox    Thursday   7 a.'in., for  Union lJ.iy Nanaimo and way pons,  Leaves Nanai-.no    Friday,   7 a.  tn .  lor  Uniuit Uay Comox .md, way-ports.  Leaves Coniox   Saturday,    7   a.n.,   for  N.iiiaiino and w,i>'p. tis.  Sails froin Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Viciiiru.  VANCOUVER - NAN AI-KO - LADY-  SBllX'IJ   ROUTE.  ���������3. 8. ���������,-'���������.) CAN.''  Sails irom   Vancouver   for   N.inaiiiio1  daily, except Sundays, at    30 p.m.  Sails from    Nanaimo   for   Van ouvcr  dill), except .>unila\b, at 7 a.m  TIME TAHI.K   EFFECTIVE  October   let, 1907.  -  N OK I'M HO UN I)���������It-ad" Down  ivery  A.3STID  ing:  I anv prep'-trccl to  furnish Htylish Rigs  und do To.iming ;tt  reasonable rates,  JOllM  BllYDK.V  '���������-     CUMI'l-KLANn  QOLLE  ICHOO  FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        'Belcher Street  Victoria B.  I'atrou  ami   Vibiu.r,  Till  I01UJ   BISHOP .OK   C0LUMR1A.  J.W.  S-i-ivt v.:  ~JD~Z������^Tf37'~~7?l������'JD3?'ZZT&T?.  Heuu M.iat.r  LAING, ESQ ,   M. A., OXKORD.  A.-'sititeil by three Graiim!***, of Un* Ki-ui'jj-  nizeil LJuivfisitics uf Great Jirtiuiu u.utl t'un-  tula.  Morlerntn ttirmu tui-l).)H!*ilers.  Properly cons sts of fiv������ awes with spaei-  ou.< s il'iml Imiltlintw, i-xti nsivo rec.reniin-  grounds ayiiiimsiuin. Oudet oiirps <������ry:������ii-  iZud.  AlrTLY TO  HEAD MASTER.  PH.sse.ugoi   Trains  Dully       Sunday  fiu(ior"������, ' '��������� ���������-      Am. I U'i.,1.  Knulisl. I x HUIt'l'il's tii ii.'ay* <m tap       also, tlm lumoni ..til..V.\ UKICI-C  B'liKUs��������� Anl.������'in.:r. ii. Iihi.iiw.,. S.*li*il'st. A......     "OLD CilUCi   BKillD"  SCOTCH W.llMK.Y. Esst'Waioa and Liquors of all kinds.  The.B.Krdiii*' ami L.ii-git'f.-. D pHrt'iiim,, uniVr tlm iiimu-dia'o t<iip--rtiiteiuleuo-- i-,f  Mm  Davis,-will bo iou tl l''ii-bt eih������. in (ivi-'ry rccpoot.  RATES,  si_mmf-t.>*a-,-w***w*rim'MnaHw  $1 00 por dny upwards.  < ��������� ��������� j������������4������ic>it Jw ���������������-������ ������*���������*** 1* ���������������������. W.**������4������������*r*- ������-������*#���������*������!. ������������������w^4tr-������s*---r_!.������. J-������as-ft*r-. ������-������������<-t>.-w������  _���������-  Df  ice  FURNITURE STORE  Th ro may i*e-s"mith!i,|r hero l-H-*" xvyek 1,1ml- you wcio ]i>ol;in/.f for  ] imi, wook.    ft it* i-'( Iho pri'"' '*���������filir,> ���������" '>|V ii*-'"'*   t*"'4'1'lu'll f,,l'l'  KKPAIKIX'T A SI'KfM.Vl.TY,  Tie  .,.  \*m  %/Xjfi  HI'S, Owmlsevlan.'ilt  V'iocorife,  lluasils,  Shawiiignn,  C.itibl-j Hill,  I'd'Sloliini,  K..ll.Nlll'.!l,  l.������U:,u:ill'.-,  NulliUIIOrl,  Wch'.IhiIiiip,  ("tiiuiiiniilii'i,  LiiiyHini'li,  S.Hiiu Wellington,  Saimiuiii,  .Y-v'llin'j.toii, "  wv*hw,^h^.������w. tmimimmmm*i*m*m  SOUTH HOUND-Roud U*  )e. o.no  !).U4  10 17  It).'22  10,'ID  10 .���������SS  ���������10 M-  11 00  11.U7  II. US  11 M2  11 r>"  .. I'i. is  l'2..'l!i  Ai ia.53.  Sal..  '    No. :t  Do. 15 00  15 Qi  10; 15  lli. IS  it) :.ii  10-11  III 17  HI ii8  '��������� 17 10  17 V".  17 .tii  17 na  IS.lSI  is no  At is -to  rt. tmrnw-mf *������*���������*******���������*  n*wmv.wr*twa  **m\ m*-*.**!������'���������  ������m. -*���������������***; ..-Tinmit.19*.  Tliere wc none "just os goocl" i  ntul   "none   better"    tluin   Mc  J.owl's Xmas Dolls and 'Toys,  It is unforttinuto wlum a busy  man bas a loafer for a hiend.  No matter how good your creci  i' may be your eash is Jar better.  * Hfim in 0i in   ^w)-���������������������������������mmm  You'll liave uoim*tbiii|_ left over  for oilier Illinois ������vm aftor polling  tlm RH'iHl M)RT id'ULUi'llKb  FOU Vol' umi VOlMW, if )'M  como to hMcI'Lco'-i  ni-c,������ onil Arte..  A Rcntlewouiiin novor by m.y chnnco  loiivoa her Hiylu of Urutwiug opuu to ,tt.o  wotidcf Imw Kito iiiamiKLHl to ntl'ora  It, HU,vn KIl/nlK'tU Anc-trutlior lu tlio  Comploto Uciitity UtraU. HIio IflavoM  Ihnt wmiilor to a oIium of wouieu witli  Whom Hhe Iiuh llttlv lml������).1 In common.  And u ui'iitlowoninti lu iwvor ho Hilly  a������ to lii)|i������ liy hor titylu of .lri>nnlt.tf t.������  ImiIIo Imr nuo nny moru tlmu Imr In-  como. Tlu-ru nro umny wonnm now  culliul "fuHhlontiblo" who droMH ������4ium*  ml van ni Hlxty im Uioy .votiltl nt tw������n-  ly-tlvo, hm thoy uro not ol.igunt women. Iiowovor ntu-nli ttioy wny |my for  their vMbira or for tlu-lr utonm yitchtn.  A jroiitloivoinoii draHMM Klrllnhly In  Imr Hlrlliooil ond y������uu������ tm-troiily lu  SEE  *m,<*4mi*''ie.e  j& .sSnJv Siti.  nratrw  ilmTm**  The dt ink of strong nusn and healthy women  *Wh%  w" Taj.tme'-^rirrrir-' m^mM^mma^rmetvammmmmewtmttmemmm-Hf^^  ���������w ���������m*m,*m,mmmm  m*mtmmm mewmr*i+m������mmtama*mmm  r*<n  r     "fi . ���������  Viotnrt'1,  Ktlfiai-ln,  .Sluiwiii'.'iii,  I'd.blr II II,  i"u������ ini,io.,  K.i'..i.UI'i  IllliiCltll'--,  ">nill(.|U'-..(  '.VnMl|,i|lili>,  I'ai.mniiiiiH,  l.'i'lyniiuli,  South  .Vt.lli'ijitm.,  N jisiiuo,.  Willlngton,  N.-.8  Ar. I*.! 1 ll  1*2 ili  10 M  lO.-tS  -|i. *I0  111. I������  10 Lli  ItM)',!  0.47  0.117  !),'.'..  Ui*. ������i.t)ll  Ar. HM)  8 VH  8.1/5  Uu,S,00  >  N... 4  18 -lfi  lh al  17'M  )7 ;.o  i;'.'."i  i; 0,1  11; 1 i.t  III ,1s  lo i.t  10 ii'i  III VI  ,  I Ab*  .  10 IS  lfl������7-  15 15  Du IUOD  Dn,  Ar  Hotter a young uirl  with old ; tier yomiK mnironlKHxJ awl keoiw on  J thus. wuurliiK tlio llvory of her jrinirn  wnn n Hwoct 'iiKiilty Unit i"h"-������ tt������  foollHli .prt'ti'im.* ot top timmlwiollwr In  n lluiwilo Imt lilUHMt hldomm.  Union ������>rewery: 13ekr  Is The Be?t  Bottlwcl or In  Bnri������el������.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  m*eem*r***mm.*mmm*w**t  waya tliau an old j_irl with young  svuy������.  Tf ri f*irl ,������. hnpjiv tt is n  ���������.nm  th.;t her clothes arc satisfactory.  To Ment���������feSevoml (lesirublo b"������  illl'KM IdCllliollH.     lIlltlHIllt llm t), It.  K. iS^iwy.  Wanted -To borrow 82000 for  some jews* on g<������od svcurityi  l������"or j.nitieulaiH iuquive.ol Cum-  bit laud Hel ������8IiUcArci������cv.   _._^^ ,.mmmm*ee*^m^* **-'" *tmt*mmh**m*i .���������* mw-i- *��������� ������������������*��������������������������� i*-  Katie���������Oh, isn't that a dandy  .11   ixdth "rrtl biiir" atirl wink*  mg eyei.   How perfectly lovely 1  Mary���������Iteouldn'tbe anything | ������ tho'ii(.i:tnni������iir"of anrh wwoii a cor������  else but A i, supufuie, my dud i tn<������ u"������ <"* ���������W> th0 JL,nm,m "ha  bi ought it home from MeUod's.  Iln .������!,.*-. i  mum)   l.wl.il.'J'-  I'V (U������ (,'lrl wim la to retnoln nt  boiiio iiiwi winb.*4 lo oorn b������r own ivla  monoy ttwni la no bettor wuy tlmn t������  tuko tho mtu-lnf off Iwr motlior'ii  ���������i..ni'.i rin.. t-oimrr trtrl of nevciilwu  till thin lust riiiojuter wtth mout untin*  factory icmuUh    tltr OWJIlMtr fi������W b������r  f075nln-.inoti'ro������'.,,4 milo-.from I'unn  ney.AViotit W iiiti**rlentv������i ^ ������"' >*'>*ln "  pi., llitfht in lit i*:nfniilwny coiimruol.it.n  Clonelo CotiiUiiny rivui.  Fresh Fruit  mSmlmmstUmmmmm^  On Wednesday and Thursday  of each week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit.  D. Hunden.  Theus-iml Mile .uul Commute ion 'lie-  kelson s.tle, ^jooil ovei rail and yiciii.ct  lues, iit two md oiu'-hiill rent* per mile.  Spcci.'il Ir.tins ,uid hipiuikt*. for Kxcttr  sions, and icdiHed rites for piiruoH miy  he aiT.tiij'ud foi   on  iipphciitioii  Ui llm  Hist. I'nss. Apent nt Virtorin,  Tho Cmri-ian-- niHorve. the riuht tn  clwiti'/". without prrviotts notice,sicmicrs  -.iiilinj.-; dales nud hr.nni ol nailing.  Fxnir-'ion Tnkets on >irtl(* from and to  nil SiMtions, nood lor (���������ninn journey S,11-  oi day and .Sunday, i<*iiii,nin|' not Idla  liiin Monday.  J, \V. TIHiUP, (leu. Hup. II C. (luatit. Rer,  II, I., t'OUUTNI'JY, I)|*t Frl. A 1������m.,A|{,  he am  torn.  iiuinhing is the hardest part  ii a laiy man's job.   ���������.. I ������.-...������������������ ���������  A woman in always willing to  loii-w ff.nu ('Jtnoi-loiMW to tfx* noiBcient  n *wv������*r th������ r-ffUl"*** o*l������������l4-������* nt t4,������  tn'.I., tor t������ie ffimlle. Wbntevw tlio  ymuiK ilniigliu*r wuW mvo from thin  nioomit iviiM t.. tm her cottintiitwlon, By  ���������*������rcful -*ri.>.t:on nnd |*yineut������, of cwii  f(������r nwiti, vc.������i������inWe������ end frolta aba  anvtA vc-kly from |I410 to ���������J!*4-''* $t  tbu uliImI ���������������.������ learaed the vilue of  When In I'ouftenay t>tay At  The Cqurtcniiy Motel  Kvfry convi idot*i*v fur guepin.  ThnOentiRi HoUl for ft-jorumen  Nuiir. liuuU ISe*i*������fWi������!t'. .iti.l  I -rr-  it th  ftXTISS  m  -. .IIHl  11.11.  ASON^^LE  Dominion  Hotel  Victoria, B. C.  Tin* KnloH aw Lower than other  firnt-clitHs liolidn, with A������wn������o-  datioii 8u|M'rior to nniny.  iiui hi tr. s.illt or will.not biitU.  Anwrirnti I'Ihii   -%l.M  to $lfiO.  (Htr dny.  I'.iin.jH-tiii l'lan,   Uooiim only,  \|oproeI}l Bros,  JE3 _s\. -ESI IRj -R/ ������3  W^AK'/Jr- ���������^!ij:T/"S'f*/'- t-'t "A'" K^x*:-:.'-r. **">"-���������''������.  QRKA1), Cnkr������ and Pie-iblivor  oil daily to nny jtnrt ol ('Ity.  o-r.**/>; 'Ztr.Jf**.*/, /:s.."tS,->,- ft* '"-f������������������������������������'. -,.-f?s.'-*A*'/A. 'O,  (Ivcxvicu  |.*IJ!,l,H'IOt'K  ��������� ������ .'i.n ami  mr  food's PhcBplwdin-3,  The Ureal KhqH.Ti lit-mniy.  foiwu nml Invijforntwlno whuin  iwrvmn oj-'itftii**, iiuikon   imw  um* iHUmu  nli  ar,.  plitln nkjf.  pnimii,        _....  1IW.KI In ������l.l VbIw**. JJure* A.-i't  ty. .>,tvn_n ������"'* .'.������.jh������.������i V*.' ���������"-'" '  Ea^Wmknt**. EmMetf. Ainr.  mptmt^j^Almtte^Jiiwm*.  >Arr*(i*i,������nd Rfftrltjif Aiitmttr nrernnts.  ne iluotbox, An tin_. < m will pi twn. 1.1  | oiiri Bold br all dniiwliU,or mnM iti  n pw. ������n weir* ofjj rtoo__,A_r(������������ !_;���������������*��������������� ttttt  ������^--^^^^%o������.  Cook'i Cotton Root Compoaml  Tba gimt Ut-*rtnu Tonic, Hud  icolf tela .*u>a*iAl Montliiy  Victoria I.and Distiict.  District of Rupert,  Take notice  il at  Horace Bunnell,  of  ���������Vancouver,. Hi   C.   occupation    Timber  Cruiser,; intends to^a_pit_v_ fora ___ud   tinibf.r licence over the followin-;* clcsciil)  e<l lands siuuued in iln- vicinity of .Salmon River and in Rupert Dihtrict, Vancouver Isl.Tlldi  Coininenctni* at a* post plained about  8o chains cast of thc souili c,i:,t corner el  surveyed 'o\ 2.T-3 tln-nce went 'io cluins  ilicni-c nor.h18o chain*, ukiicc e;i*.i 80  ch.iins ihence -.outli So chains to the  point of coninuriiceineiit.  ;��������� 'oHinieuciiigai a post planted a-  hout .So chnins cast ofthe south east corner of sin-.veyi.il lot .'22 tlii-nca nmiliSo  ..chrtins tht-nee east 80 o|iains*llu'nc������*Miuth  ���������So chain.-.' thence west 80 chains- to tlie  fi.iini of coiniiK-ncemfMU.  3���������C.MiiiiiciH.'iiij,. at a* post planted a-  hunt So '..-hains-e.ist ol ihe r-oii-li ca-it cor-  ncr of siirv-eved lot 222 ihcin'i* uar.i Ko  cliains- ihence south 80 chaii.s tlicncu  we'st Sn thu in*, thence. norih-8o chain*, id  the p.'ini of ciiiiiiiunceineiit*,  4.���������-<.,'ontim:i*icin'1* a,t ,1 pr-M plaiititil a-  hinii lio e.tiaiiin <','i*)t of the Mint h ea-l I'cr*  net of sutveicd'lm 2J2 ihence' srnrh 8.1  chain*, ilu-nec. ni*>t So chains thcieo  nni'lli 80chains ihenec cast So* chains m  tue po'iu of a-niitieiii-enie-tit,  5���������CommBncini' at a- post pLmied at  the south east corner nl surveyed lot  222 thum:.'. south 80 chains thence nest  80 chains thence-north 80 chains theni'e  east 80 clinim to the point nl commenci.-*  mem.  6-Comiiieiiciiii; at a post plnnted a-  hunt 80 chiitns souih of ihe hoiiiIi  cast cninei- nf (.tiiveved lol iiiiiiiliei'  222 thenco souih So chains thence nest  8*1 clij.ins ihenci. north 80 cIihiiij' thonco.  east 8n chains to ihe point oi I'oiiiini.iice-  nieni.  7- Commemin-j nl n posl nlnntod n-  I10111 80 chains south ol ih<< soulh r.ist  cm tier nf siiii'c\e(l lot nuiiihei- 222 llieino  east too chains thenee souih ,p������ ch.'inn  llieiiie it est 1 (in chains ihiiicu north 40  chains to thc j'mint ot i:ouiii.eneuiut.'nt.  Dated Soptomhci j-nl, 1907.  ii- i'uiiiiiicih ul(.; hi l( post plnnted a*  bout 8n chains north ol Ihe hiuiiIi east  101 net nf bin ve.*, ed lot nii'iilit'i 222 thence  east lliu chains theme ninth ^ocliii.u*  Ihence went loo ch-iins theuce souih 411  chains to the point n| coiiiiiH'nccineiH.  t) ��������� -(.'oniniencin-j. at a post planted 120  chain* twnh of the south ca.t coiner of  cl surveyed lot number 222 ihcnct nniih  l6u chains ihencu cut.1 40 (.ha'ii* theuca  souih 160 chimin ihence nest 411 cliiiiu*  In the point o| coinaienceiiieiit,  10���������Cumniencinti at n post planted 120  tn,nt,> iiui ci ,0111 iiiciicv   40 Ul,tlll������  t.ol  f.f tl'.f '-.i*.*llll   fly \ cr.n.ci  1 t     UlvrvH   \t t  mtiiilier 322 thence north itWrlntin*  tlience enit 411 chnins thence smith 160  ihence wc������i 40, ch.i'ii* to die poinl of  coiiiiiieacenirnt.  Uated Septi'inner 2S 1". 1907.  11- - Loniiiitnciiit* ui h po*t piatitcil a*  tiout Un 1 hams nortli <mil thence 80  1 nam-- east nf the sntiili cn*t corner (if  sinveyed lot nuinuer 222 thence north 160  chnin-t theuce east 4ocImiii*i thence muih  loo chain* thence ������est 40 ehaini to tho  point of coinmenceineiii.  1: Commtufinji at .1 post planted a-  bout t2o chain* noilh and no chiitni  i������,mt of tin- -oiiili rum ('oilier ol siiivcikI  j.h 222 iher.ee tmtth Um chaii* thrrtre  entt 40 chains thence South 160 cltuin*  thence *������st 4.1 chums to ihe point nf  conituencemeiii.  1 w  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBt^  liaiir*-.  D  HJ'lS&ftl  SOLD IN PASKftQl-S im CARS.  Same Price as the cheap  adulterated k*r.ds.  WtT\\t . ������rTT COMPANYB  o^S ~*.(-������K. a   i    UlRStTiU |  ���������rOWOWTCOtST.  nait!iimft������!icxittsx^M_t,'^  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and railway cars of the ' Union "'���������fioiHery  Company hy any person or persons���������except rain orc.V"-iit strictly  prohibited. Employees r.re sub-  toe 11 dianuss.'il for alio-' jg same  By order  * Puanois D. Litti it  Manager.  %       "star:  J Hayman & Maxwell. ;;  Proprietors. I.  ... ....*.'  ETEAMSTERS, and DRAYMEN1"  iSINGLE and DOUliLE RI(,S_.  ..For HIRE. ALL ORDERS*,.  ��������� ��������������� I'ROM 1'TLY   ATTEN DED  TO 3.  :;������������������������i���������.���������***** -fc^-f. g  13rd St. OumlieTlaiid. 1  ^_,.*^-j*'M4wH^wH',H4''lHHM^'i1  BUliBS  From  France,   Holland   and  Japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices.  ������3**.'lease note that niy fruit trees are  ���������iot grown   Iron,   imported   piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growth of  eedliny, froni bearing trees.  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray  Pumps*, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc.  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Address���������3010 Westminster Hoad.  witi-Wi i  !������������������ ������������������an ��������������� ii  Iiiel in Giimlierkiiii  STAY -AT THE.  t3   All Cosvksiksoks rou Guests:  rilK BAH IS  Sui'l'LlRI) WITH  Best Liquors and pilars  J. 11. BANNER MAN.  "E"S������  at a l/''w Price.  Vriioloaalo and Retail.  S-vco'. ami (.loan 'jm -ity  5olbs   ...... S2.86  No. 5 .[uptown, Guinn, rlnnd B.  *,*mmHm,_m*mWmmlmtm^H****lim.1tmtr*1*mn*^tm  Q  %' li  if*.       e-k.  "\  *      f%      li A 9 'if  -u.ii ���������y  d '.j  JOHN McLUODS  POR FIKST-rLASS  CANDY, KIUMTH.  i'AVt.KW* & TOKAOOOS  60   YEARS'  BXPBRIISNOB  TnADic M*nK������  DtcnnMo  Copvuioht* Ao.  i**t**iiw,.KHi()ii ,nifiiu-,-ii Munn a.'������>. rooflUfl  tptew nottei, wlihout, olmmo, in llfo  Scientific American.  A Jinni1*<ir.iiitr lllii*t**,t ,<t wMklr. ]An*-tiAt*  rnimtiHi of nn" iiileiijliu* I'liinm. -Torni-, IS *  rimri fmir mnjjtlii, tl, Hull]-ur all no������ *iii>������leri,  LAND ACT NOTICE.  patriot of Now Wont.uint.tor, Lund  Distriot, Ooimt Nrt, 1.  TAKE XOlMUKIIiut, llm Mol.ii.iffli.1  Lumlwr U'iiii('..ny, Limited, of Vuiicm-  ver, 11,0,, T.uinburuit-iit' inteml to npply  for permU������i(������i to pn-olma������ tha following  dotKsriUoU iiitiUtii--<Unmiiuiiuii>R nt n \timi  planted nbout IM chaina 'lintunt, nud in n  titirtlio ifitorly direction from tho hml of  TurnbiiUOovo, nbout tho lino of high  water nmrlc. biiliitr Iho auutliwoat oiruer,  tliMnn uorth 41 (*Iihiii(i, llienoo enul HO  chains. tliP'ior-HotUli 20 elmlm-i, thenoe  along the alioro 20 chaina to point of  oommoncommiti nml contnluiiig 40 norea  wore or lent,  Tho McT..\Ufll.UN r.UMnRU Co. LW.  D.itistl id V)vi.i:.mvis( lUi.i Uth   day   ot  Suptonilior, 1007.  a  SPECIAL CLUBBING ..OFFER  THE .  Western HomeMoiitUy   AND ���������'   -- -    .   .  The Cumberland News  The Two for Oac Year for  $2.2  The Wet(em Home Monthly hm long been recognized ������������(he  sreatett illustrated henu magazine ot Western Canada and ii reai by  over 35,000 ta rallies every month,  ll contains a wealth o{ leading ficliJn, eoitapal. for mm nnd  women, able article, on leading MibjecU, while it������ one do:eu or mora  department under spoon I danlard hcadiugt, aro int������r������ling and helpful o (he nicmbcrain-evcrj- homa circle.  Our tubtcriber. aro-urced to take advanUgs ol lliii  SPECIAL Or-fEB NOW  ADD*.CSB! A 1.1. OROCRtl TO OUR OFFICt-  o .   The Makiaj  Successful  r.-.-,7,...���������:-'. ,������������������      -   r-T  i of a  Wife  By CASPER S. YOST.  MANAGEMENT OF A MAN.-Feed  Him Well and Malce Kim Comfort-,*  ble el Home���������Tho Aver&tje Man Isn't  Hard to Sa������${y-Artd Don't Forfi������l the  L'.ttK- Evidences of Love.    ***���������    *A  0=  (Copyright, 1!XW, by Casper a YostJ  Y DEAH LITTLE GIUL-I  jjot your letter just ns I was  ������tartln*j- to mako a bee lino  for tiie train, and as I had to'  ���������ii'ike ������ long ���������Jump- this trip I've had  uo opportunity to reply until this very  minute. I read It through as soon us I  got on board, and then I laid buck on  my neat and laughed all to myself.  Now, dou't get excited, my dear. I  wasn't laughing at you. Not n bit of it  r.itt tho serious problems which you  Imngiup aro just about to overwhelm  yoti right at the beginning of your married life remind me bo much of thc  same worries that encompassed your  mother "alfrouud about" like the little  old woman's petticoat. Aud the cause  of It all was me���������mo, youy respected  nnd revered ami ���������much beloved old dad.  You wouldn't hardly believe It, now,  ���������would you? Butdt's a fact, my little,  sweetheart, and, gee whlilibous, what  a load she did think she had. Why, I'd  be willing tb bet a bushel of Ben Davis apples against a'p-eclc of railroad  doughnuts that she'd have traded mei  ,oQ' for a counterfeit half dollar with a  hole in It three months after wo were  married. She never would admit it, of  course. Sbe was too sweet and gentle  and good hearted. And then she really  thought a heap of me. even whe^n I  was furthest below par lu her estimation.'. "'''*'' ,���������-.  ,A nut it's that'way nearly nil the times,  my little girl. The trouble with yon  women Is that  you pick out in  ���������ni������h_4.M_tl������eu,-  wise nis nead. tn otiier worn'*', you  fiud that he's just plain K&rdeu mud.  And then, you pvicee'd ti tiave n tu.  You don't say, "'Voo 5s i:o:" nor beat  your breast, nor raise the uelgtilior-  hood with your cries, lil'.e they used  to do in the three volume novels.  Such crudities aio uo longer fashionable. You,do things differently nowadays, hut your methods are Just na  effective.  When the Man Is Miffed.  And all this timo the man is standing around on oue foot with a faro  as long and as solemn ns the president's message*, wondering what In  tlie dickens Is tho matter; Sometimes,  by wuy of diversion, he goes,In the  other room and kicks over n chair  or sneaks out Into the back yard and  throws rocks at the chickens. I huve  a kind of a recollection that I did  -something of that sort myself. You  see, my dear, the man doesn't kuow  that be has beeu set up on ii pedestal; ho has just been going along attending to his own business same r.;;  usual, thinking himself a pretty fair  average of a man aud letting it go at  that. That's tlie way It's been with  Bill. I had a pretty good chance to  size him up while I was loafing  around home waiting for the wedding  to come off, and it was my judgment  oubs Tibe now nnd have yonr subscription date; from now  nnti*.  1 lie C'lir of next year, Decern her 31 st,   190S, (  CANADA'S   GRKATKST  NURSKRIHS  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOR  0UMBI3BI..ANJ.)  to soil llip;li Cltiss -Nui'Boi-y fitock  in KriiitH nml OriiHinoiitnla Largos t lUt of now spocialtioe ��������� ovor <>ff'  owl, Stiirt now at bost selling  Boason. LicuiU'cd by B,0. Gov-  oi'iiinotit to soil��������� in tlio Provinco of  Hritii-h Ooltitnbin, llig indnco-  inontfl,. Llboral Pay, llaiuisomo  Froo'Oittllt, Territory Roporvod,  writo for torins and Oatulogno, and  bihiiI 25c for onr aliiininntn jvicket  microBcopo [-M.agni.ioa 4J tinioit]  and 80c for onr liandy saw, jub  tho thing for trimming troo-s [ciils  iron tm woll m wood,}  Stone & Wellington,  Fonthill .Niii'BorioB,  lOvor 8iw iMJti'M]  roilOlSTO     - -     ONTARIO  LAND REGISTRY ACT  -_fc____l____j  To the Ldgnl Jtopreionuiliveii of  Jo������eph Kodello detwuiuU luluuuilt-.  TAKK NOTICE Ihnt applleatlmt baa  b������on mndo to refiiitur Carrie l'iket nt  owner In Feo Blraplo, undor n Thi Hnle  iKWU  IIUIU    ll*������ Ull|llll./   .i*������.C(MO.  *i  ������U.  DiKtrict of Oomox to her. dated tho  7th (tny of Jano, 1007, noil you nro  required to content the clwlm of tho  Mid Carrie Piket within 31 dn>������ ffom  the fint pnblloatlon of tbla notioe.  Dated Rt thfl T.nnd liegUlrf Dfllro,  Viotoria, liritish -Oolumbia, tb������ 18th  dujf of Nuvuutlicr, 10'j7.  S. X. WOOTTON,  FOU SALE-  Tho ksplondid residence of Mr*..'  J. line, 2 Hots', 8 Iluoined  IToneo, rnfnriiished or Furn-  i-sliod, J>l���������i.'<���������, on applioation lo  tho Cumberland Real Estate.  Agency.  be lore ; you'ro  married to hlm,  yon, build a  QfAirrifit^t'j hiffh pedostaJ Af  marble or hnryx  or something,  equally jlue,*  and y.'U carve  pic-tun-.; tn bold  rclisf 11! 1 around  the si !c-.i i!!;;s-  trntlng his trnn-  iscxHiAt'nt virtues, Just like  On a iwtl-xttti, ti,e nwnumeuts  you noe In the parVs to the heroes who  '���������tit," hied uud plundered for their..  eoiiutry. Theu yot: pnt tho man on top  of this beautiful pile, nnd you look  up at hlm with your linudt. clasped  ond your o,es moonlu' llko n call!  with the colic, and you say, ���������*?.!,v.  nlii't ho beautiful," cr, "Oh. nln't!  ho nwfnl nice," or come fiuch emphatic  nnd forclblo oxptosslon of feminine  ndonitlon. Vou don't havovn chnnco  to get a real, genu tno iifiwy of hlm,  and you think ho'H nil gold and'  studded around with dlnraonds like a'  Llrthdny ring. T'hon you got marriod  nnd yog climb up* bosldo hlm nnd yon-1;  make tho torrlhlo discovery that his  taut 0x9 day.; also hia lunula mJh^W** '���������  Throws rocks at ������kj chicliens.  then, and my opln-fon hasn't i-hanged,  that he'a all right. He'ii a man, and  ' that's nil any woman can reasonably;  expect. I don't want any cherubims  or sonipliims In my fniuily, a-nd j-ou'U  find life pretty .uncomfortable if you  had ono of them for a husband.  Compared'witli a good woman a good  man is mighty small potatoes, but  when it-comes to getting married there  Isn't anything better available, and so  . you women, are just obliged to taiio  Mhem^a_d-do-t!>a-!x!s-^.you--.-**mu,Jvi'lth_  them. Aud that, little girl, Is the point  I want to get ut Tlint's Just what you  want to do with Bill���������or William. If  you prefer It. A man Is Just a piece of  st>ft clay In a woman's hands, and  whether ho ranks Al or double naught  as a husband depends a good dovl wi  how s!io htuidlw him. Wa, tbnt t'.-ic-.-...  a pretty c-ousiderablo ro.->r)Ov.:UbHi'y on  the woman, but ymi no-o-ln't hlftnic me.  I UUln't havo auything to do with hiy-  Inof out this aming'*mp!it. H'h tin  wny, and I n-c-liw the J,'".id knowi  what he's nhout. Of coui'so some v.y-ii  ni*j too soft and kouio too t:������!-;,'li to do  anything with, hut t!:e.moat of thctn  am plantic onow-'i for practleal intr-  poiies, nnd I'm sKtlxtled your WHliam'R  one of tho majority,  "Your Material Is -Mud."  It'a up to you, H'.-vefhwr, lo tako the  materia. yo*,i hnve end mak.* a- pr-.orl  liusband out of It, Pon't i-xpoet nor try  to do moro than thnt. Don't attempt lo  mold hlm Into a (i'-iure 01' (lulu-lid toot*  lug 11 'trombrHKv, Don't try to put too  inuiiy lino Unon In your,'..n>t.fl. If you'  do, tho wholo hliiiiiod tliiug will cimt'  to j)le<ros, iir.d thou, littlo girl, yon enn  nover, ii'.'vor put it togotln-r again,  Jucit rcir.omliof that your inntei'ln! i.-t  nnld, nnd mud, won In tlio haiid.s of Uu  ovoert   ino-lelor.   Iian   't ���������-   ,',"'i-'Hoii,-i,  'fr ' ���������-,���������' ��������� v  'm-.t'A\  (W-VpM't  '>lf������*:  *W������_WA.  rATmm  X,'.'-.n'.< *���������;*(,''���������'-���������"���������' ,(...i  1     *, _ ' ��������� 11 .,', * t * ��������� 111 ,j,' ���������  1 :':\*.-,'.: -h -h^x-if A'.,  .Vv':U-T,V.Wl.i:;  '.",' '���������'tf. ./,*',*f.V -   -���������  ���������     - ���������������v *  ,, Mtmrk-. 1 * *������^*'������-������ ���������.*.���������' ^-.*-  K^^4e\ti**'  fr'',   ���������"��������� ��������� f ������������������*} iii-  MX %At&ai?*tri  M>f.*SvtlT&3.  Kl1* l if "���������'������ irJl A  b%:ii:tJt*w*j  ^l'-'&$Mi  :to.lK,i-.n, \Mf*m<l  ���������Wi&SAi  King  ������eoteJi Whit^iiied.  rct'iUr-.i.'aJ yo rr ;:i!**ir:.-,;i ro the *~iA*.,l of  making a gf".d '.:--.banJ. and -.v...-1; -���������  have   aeconip'".-L'y-1   xhut   bo   citi.-i   ,  with 3-ccj.ir.. iii!'i *������������������������������������  Uow? i'At. mv lie.ir I'.Ul,-* uiri, -, *  have n better coui.t*v:i-v i!"^n ! ri;-i.r ��������� :.  home. I'm not bjij Ing that your mo!!.-- ���������  did a very good job wiili me, but. blo������i  hor heart, it wasn't because she didn'r  know hoiv.   The trot-Mo was with tl*.?  BUMtaiMflfaM  mwmuim-m  a.#*ia**i_i***i.. t% ti t_*  m  A _.__.*_ tmrnm    a   r*.  Fill hint u>j und he'll  lain baclt nml  beam at ynu.  material. She can tell you much nu-v  tiud much better than I caii'what ami  how to do. And yet there are ������������������.���������:.:,���������  pointers I can give you that may be  of value to yon, mainly because thi."..-  will enable you to get a view of th:n::t  from a man's standpoint. I ha*.-e herniated that a man ig, pretty generally  what 'women make him. Ills mothor a  given him his utart In character building, and hia wife puts ou the lm! -liiti-.*,  touches, but it Isn't' good policy to Ict  him know that you are working on-  him. A good deal hus been aaid about  tho contrariness of woman, but she  isn't really in the sunie class with a  man,If he thinks somebody is trying t-*  Improve him. So whatever you m.iV. ���������  up your mind to do with WiHI-ini.  don't, f������r heaven's sake, give him ft  hint of your designs.' And, as I said-  before, don't try to do too much.  Tho Most Important Point.  In the first place, my dear, you'd better get; the fact buried in the middle  ������of your gray matter and keep it tiii-ie  that the most import-int point iu the  making of a good husband is tlio milking of a good wife. That'takes iliiie  aud experience, but two proceises can  go along side by side, for you med*, r  expect Billy to be ready for the !.i--t  coat of varnish by day after tou.o*- ������������������;..-  iN'o, indc-i'dy, little girl, you can't tun  out Unished"husbands like you can I: -t  "w^fflo^.'lmfl'siieainn^^  me right back to the f-tartiug point i 1  the home industry I'm talking abot-!.  Tliiifs a little matter of feed. H's .1  fact so old iii...  ereu Kvp go: :���������  hl-ul of lt rt; r  the flrst prii:-';  p'e In f!v.4 nwi'.i*  ngeuir.'-t i" .1  lil.1L) Ir- Ii'i f.-V-,  ifni.,ion 01 :d.i  lumai h \V.v-t-  (j ver elaie he  may he. no ::-. :���������  !er how fuii ������t  ii-nlns his lie nl.  he's, an an! .'.-I  and ho wrni-t"  10 be fed. V ".i*-.  A bco Una )ur Uie Jlrnt, I've ho en t'u  ���������ytviTi greatost   up 11.'  ties of tha doctrine,', of nwci-ln.-.  and light Bit down to the tal'lc i',nl  cut llko a blue ribbon pork or -tvmi IA.4  foet In the trough. Yet i-umpurair. 1 i.v  few women appreciate the imporn'ine  of thla fact, nnd innny a h.ime in ru id  by the theory that nnjiliin:; that ii :;>-  pens to bo handle;3! will do for dhi'i-'i'.  It wou't Givo liiin lhe iicst his a-  come will iiffofd and >:oo lo It y.inii' if  tliat It Is properly cot/n-d. Thn 11 .'������������������.'���������  i\K. man Isn't hard to antl-wfy: Ity  doeiin't htttikor nftor the Htraugi' a:.,I  weird dishes you'll Uud In the co /.';���������  hookn. Ilo doesn't care !'>r airy wai'"''-*!  and delicate leea. Ho only wantH su.ii'--  thhiK plain and mibuluinlu! uud tl!!l :-.'..  llko roust beef or baccu or ham , ��������� 1  otsm or amuntlilng uiiiially Kt'onn 11,��������� I  JiiHt im bully. Kill him up with hi. -t  truck and then he'll Icau buck 1; I  lionui flt you llko the fnllicr of 11 !'��������� ���������!  haliy���������Unit Is, If It'n coikcil rl in.  If tiie Htculs conic, lo tin' t-riTlr,',. t  table fi'h-d Iiat'd, If the (,;'.������ arc i*v. ..-  tiling iu griuiHo or tlic hUcultK hen  .'  CtlOURll lO Ubll UH WfiglltM I'll till" Ctl-'V, M  clo'.'l;, he's g.'l a I*-*.!.' '"."dn-,.    A'r*   l  will comij,    It iHi.y n*it be Just tl..''  Jlo mny keep It lo Ulnvurh ij.iiJl  ' *.*  Collect4* un iinni'rtitii.'iit nnd then Hi   ��������� 1  nil at onco,    Hut K'mt.'.T or Inter 1', ���������  Hick will coiue, nud i'.ic 1 'urcr ln> lv>t ������  It In tlio li.inh'i* it will 'or.ic oi't,   ;* ,  my ih'iir, I any t ��������� you (..ilnniily a   i  prayerfully, fee  io  II   pct-s-.-.i'illy   i'1  ���������  Wlllliiui   |.-������   well   foil.     Maybe  tint 1  whiil'n i!j(> m,'ilt.*r wllli hlm iio-v.   ?'.; ���������  fid hc'������ already rot Ihe ���������.i-nw'lt of t'.\  imdcrf'"! or lh>' '"idly fed    H-������ttcr ii  ure on Hull tt Ut He, icy .h������tir  And then, little girl, niiikc W-il't '<  citUit'oi'ttilU* an.', no picrani thr !i*  wn.i'i want (.1 h-in-i" It, i'>*i'i������ r- ���������-���������  llowutowji mul huritlu lll.o u ii<"*d " ���������������  Stit .Strain.  Ai at Uio time of the atjo-ln-it nf thi*  PeclaraM'rti 0' lndi������pcnd<������ti'"< tlt������ Im-hi**  ���������"���������*   *���������'���������'   "'������������������ '��������� -*-   >4    ���������  -���������   ���������������.(.*       -i'* ''  Xloubtful, all those who rIkhinI It 11 U-  od both t'icdr lives nnd property. <;u������i  of Iho hlgni-r-i, tinroed Chnrli-a Cmw i,  wiih very wu'tlthy, antl ufti������r !.*������ .���������-���������������!-  alUxod hia name ow of tilt *.th������'r������i  ���������aid, 'Tlwiro 1*0 many tnillloitai.**,  "Oli,   i.i.,"   i.,j..u������i'-l   un. it lur,   '", .it  thtm nre many men of th������ nnma win-,  4.1.U  aU.>>    -������iU H'lt t.MU'V   V.'.il.lll  U.  |.,W-     '  '^ot ao," jmiUI < mrlo$ i;*r.-������jj, *,.-,  ���������ddod to Ida aljrriaiiire Ut# word*     t  -*������������������"*---��������� ���������   ���������....---. -...-.   . ���������-IV-'  THE NEWS, GUMBEKLAMH, BKfTr^TT' COtXTSfniA  V-  EAET������B������   CATALQ&UES'  have arrived, after looking them over'and  Inspecting Prices  Goto  m-mmastmssasamt  | Stoddart, the Jtiwellerf I  where you can get yonr  Christmas Gifts  for less money, and being sensible people yon like to  see the Goods.  NOTICE.  All, accounts due me must be  paid to Mali Ten, who is authorized to conduct my business and  collect my accounts during my  absence in China.  MAH TAI LEE,  U26-2  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned and endoreod "Tender  for Publio Building, Lady-smith, B. C."  will be received at this oflice until Wednesday, December 11, 1907, inclusively,  for the construction of a Public Build-  ing at Ladysmith, B. 0.  Pinna^ai^lipTicIlWt.^  aad forms of tender obtained- at this Department one   on application  to the  Postmaster at Ladysmith, B.C.  Persons tendering are notified that  tenders will not be considered unless  mado on the printed form supplied, and  Mgnod with their actual signatures."  Each 'tender must be accompanied b.v  lin accepted cheque on a chartered bank  mado payable to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Work-s,  equal to ten per cont [10 p. o.J of thc a-  mount of tho tender, whioh will be forfeited if tho perKon tendering decline tc  eutor.into a contract when called upoi.  to do so, or if he fail to complete tin-  work contr'ioted for. If the timdor b  not accepted the chcquo will bo roturnec*  The Department does not bind itaolf  to accept the lowest or nny tender.  By Order,  FRED GELINA3.  Secretary.  ,   Dopnrtmont ot .Public Works,  Ottawa, Novomhor 13U907.  Newspapers will not bo pnid for thi'  ndvoriieeraont if they insert it without  nuthority from the Department.  I; 1 ��������������������������������������������� 11.1���������r-rr^rsrnsTT-riSmTTsn^  It was reported in town on Sat  unlay by those who camo up from  Courtenay that tho Vancouver Conl  Prospecting Company now boring  for coal near Countenny had fit,rvie,l<  a four foot warn  nt   it  depth of  2m)'*)*) litol.      WC   Ul!il.-r-''(M'.    th-*  this is tha best scam struck by tin,***  Company although several amallcr  noanifi havo Bhown.  Tlio farmers of the district arc  jubilant, afl it, means a nice, roun i  tnt pilo in hard r,anh -should the  prof-oat prospects develop into lot*  of coal.  ������  Land Act.  A'ictoria Land   District  Listi-ict of  Rupert.  T.-iko notico that Alva' Maloney, of  Ceutr.i.i'i, A\'n.'.iiing!,on, D. S. A., ocoup'i-  tion Timber Cruiser, intend*; to aj,ply  fur ������ up-'cial timber licence over the follow)).;,' doBcribed lands Bitimted in the  virility < f r.almon River and in Rupert  Distriot, Vane..uver Island.  I���������Commencing uta post planted a-  boul���������&���������) cliain.*, weBt of the south ensi  corner oi' nurve.ml lot number 2*2-2 Rupert District thenee South 160 chains  theuce west 40 chaius theuce north 16k  chains thence east 40 chains to the point  of commencement.  2 -Commencing at a post planted a-  liout 120 ylmjiiB wost of tbo south east  corner of surveyed lot number 222 tbenc*-  south IWj chau.B tlience woBt 40 chains  tth^-nce-nonh 160_ chains _theuce_eBflt_4-t),  chaius to point of commencoment.  Speech From Throne  Opens Parliament.  Dealt With Imnvigiation, Imperial Conference, Modus Vivendi, Railway Construe  tion,Oriental Quest  tion aud other  Matters.  Ottawa, Nov. 28���������The winter  session of the Dominion House of  Commons was opened this afternoon t_y"the speech from throne  read by His Excellency, Governor General Grey.  The speech refers to the expansion of trade, increase in revenue, the volume of immigration  and the tempera! check due to  tbe financial stringency, the Imperial conference, the French  treaty, the Oriental question, the  Quebec bridge disaster, the postal'revenue and tlse budget,  rprthconn-.g Bills.  Hon. Gentlemen ofthe Senate  Among the measures to be sub  mitted to you is a bill for tlie .extension ofthe bo lindane** of Man  itoba and of other province-:, for  the issuing of annuities for old  age, a bill respecting insurance,  and bills to amend the eleciiou  act, and the Domiuiou lands act,  The Speech say that the time  has arrived when public  interest  r (quiits-that the  telegraph   and  telephone companies holding fed  j..-_������_c_harters should be placed un  I der government control.    A bill  Ci I'Y i'A'l'a^ii.*).  The City CVuucil met Inst night  all nienibors being present except  Aid Tarbell.  Minnie* of previous meeting ad  opted as road.  Accounts.  R. Hornrl. htiruuss ropuira 5.00:  .V. McKinnon, postage l.lU'-J. H  (AilliiiH, post house. 11.50; li. Hor  nal, pest house, 415; T. Wilson,  (���������sundries, .J.5,50;. It, liornul. horae  .hoeing 5.IK);.it. llorna], isulafioi.  hospital, tf 00; Jivron Cr.-iwford,  hay, 20.50  .Referred to Finance coimnittee  Receipts.  Scavenger tux, UU.^a;TlaH; rem  10.50; Scales 6.00.        /"  '���������''���������Council thon'went into committee on   lhe   Assi'Sfiment   roll tin  '.������������������aine .being adopt-e'ii with the addi-;:  i-ui of $500 additional to the Mai-*  rochi. Dr'os jiorpcrty for iniprov. -  incuts-.    /  A/nmfion was passed permitting  nuiyoV*antl city cluik to make ar  nui^ements for inouoy to pny thc-  teaelier***.' salaries.  City elerk reported that 4t'.50,  had been collwtod for the band  stand. Ou" motion it was decided  to "go abend with tlic work and  il, wai-v, let't in the hands of the  Hoard of Works. Aid Daniels suggested that they advertn-e for tenders by writing notices and placing them on telegraph poles. The  News reporter was tliere taking  notes.��������� _   Draft control���������perfect j  draft control, that*sone  thino; you'll like about  " this range. -Specially big fire door  , has an extra draft  slideattop.   Inside that slide  there's a shield  that carries the  draft DOWN  under the fire *  ���������and up again.  IXFORD;  Thi  ?htr  ^SteeJ Plate  625  Burns  Jlarig  e  I either wood or coal with  i real economy, because the  j draft system is always  I under your control���������easy to |  I handle as to set a clock  \ ahead or back. Big" copper  J lined   reservoir,   utilizing  |heat other ranges  waste,  gives an always ample supply  of hot-water, ��������� more economy  and more convenience. You really  ought to see this range,���������it's  so handy in every detail.  _5!____g^5j������SS_E_i3S2__  There's no,  lge that gives  1 much kitchen  comfort for the money���������  so much certainty that it  WILL cook right and  can't   help  but  BAKE  right.   Won't   you  call   and   see   it?  THE GU8NEY FOUNDRY CO.,  Limited���������Toronto Montreal  Hamilton        Winnipeg  Calgary     Vancouver  For.Sale by- Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  lili: ROYAL MM OF CANADA.  Capital. 33,91.^000  Kkskbvb, $i,:-)90,(X)0'  Abskts,   ?'15,4WI,O00  Dmv8iT3,532,400,000  tC?rr!^Hta..p'etplBnfedlC:  will be introduced for that  pur  eliaizw wi-al ot tli* Buuth oast corn.-r of  Burvejed lot 'J2'2 tlicncn -south 160 chaine  thenco weat-Iii ctinins tliouco uorth 16c  ..chili/Hi UVik*o euet 40 clutinn to thu  point ore .iiiiiieiicetuont.  i��������� Oommouoing ut a post pinnteil a-  bout 200 0, atuu west of ttio unuth oust  comer ot .tirvcyed lot 222 tlionco eouth  80 cliiiitift tlienco ��������� weBt 8.1 oimius thencn  north SO chain* thence giisi 80 chdiun to  tbfl p< nit of cuiiimcnc'TOent.  IM*,1 &< ptcmbar 28rd, 1007.  ,     '  6"C!oiiim������iicitij*Tit n p<mt pliuitod u-  iKmt 120 chuius south o( tlio fiouth oust  ooriioi- ot siin-oyed lot 222 Ik'iico ei(Ht ltiO  cliiiins thonce suuth 40 olifiinw tlience  wt'St 1'Jo ohiiiuB thoiioi. north -to ohuins to  lh* point of c .mmouoiiitiont.  0- Com mencing (it n. post plnnto'tl'n-  hotit Jf!0(.*ha.u:>������(������t-ttli-ot tho south emit  wiruor.ol Hurvoyedlot iiumlii*r 222 theJiico  oni.1 ltiO ohiaiuo t'lmncfl Vo'itli'40 oliKlnic'  tliciicfj wijirt ltiO olniins thews* north 40  'jh.'iiiic' to tlu point of commi'ii<.������ni(M''t.  7-Ciimtu'cfliug (it n, post plniit#il (.-  hotit- Hlii (:linto������wiuU������o( tho couth win  eornor of out voyod lot iiitiiibnr 2'2'J tliwio,  ���������hei.co went -SO ohiiiiiH tlitmoa south Uo  uliHiiiU thonoii 6iwl 80 ohftinH tlioi.oo nortl  Ht I'lmitiR u* thn point of oommoiioemoi.t  H (/'"UiiiiBiK'ingnt ft pout pltnito.l n-  bout2<i0i*hiii.4������ Botit'll of lhe flouth oiifit,  eornor of Htirw-yod Jet numliur 2'12 tlu-noe  (iisi Jtio clwiim thenoo wmth 40 ������luiini<  tliono weet UIO etiaiua thonoo north 40  oIiki'.ih t" tlicpoilitofudiiiiiienociment,,  I-.ii,I .-.o-cmbot 21th, I'.������07.,  Alva Xlnlonoy.  ^wmimmimmmKmammm*imm*aw*mea*wammm*mm*  pose.  Vancouver's   Unemployed.  Vancouver, N<h\ 29���������Tlio snr ���������  plnn wliitu Itibor in Vanoonvorwiil  aoon dibpp.'ttr, J. 11, llar-stotH- ol  .-M.-flMrn J'm'ov \1roa.1 Lnreon mil  Co. in down tioiii tho north to en*  yturn n hnnd red men to work on  tlic KUiintit hrtmch of tlio (trntin  Trunk V-.wUU: rat I way... A month  later two and threo hundroti   mun  V,;'l ''*  '��������� '-."' for f-nidiin- wo!  rs _f v  In tho tiprin-tr work will he provid  td foi tliotiHiind* of whilo nmn hit!  thin fall on account of the limitod  mean* of securing food supplies it  it* tiiUKMwible to employ mntiy mn,,  a   ������������������ ������������������>  U������b������rdMltcnr���������  ToMSAV8" aqotirtcr on a  Hhtrt nnd tie ii ���������often to invcM a  tnouut  in self-diMCSi  NOTICK IS HEREHY GIVEN  ihn  da-i.nili i'i.*: "d Imve miide .ipplicnion  lor 11 cu-1 l.it-iiur Li'������nces tindci the  piovisiona ot the ������lnttite������ in tb.it hchalf:*  ,',,iitiiKrl C. L,ivw, Unioa Hotel, Urttun,  I. H. I-ikei, SpririR Inn Hotel,("<imr.x Kil  (), II, Fee hrcr, Kivcrnide Hotel, C-jurl-  cniy.  John  R. Johnston,   Cnurten.y Ho'ol,  v...mil, n.ty,  ��������� ". j ������������������ -,..'.���������, .,o.(.c jj.vu1. r'"iiu>-(,  jOM'I'lt ii ll iinies, i'ort Aukuku Hotel,  C^>tn^..  Ociraii. Ci. Mr.UnnnM, Elk Hntel.Comnx  l"*hi* llu.** dray, vVilton Hotel, Union  H;t/,  i-r.iM-r f< HMitp, Nulwn Hotel, Union  Ihy. .  VV. V.  Hnmtay, Valmtr Hotel, Union  il-.y.  Th*������ linard nf Licence C������tnini������l������neri  *ill ni-.'t tn ctv-iidu the ������hove itnphcai*  " ' . ^f'-r(i*4f ������!.-��������������� Kith dn-/of Decern*  l*r, u,'.e,,,������ th������ l-our nf 2 p. tn. at the  <"' '*>  '������������������ ��������� -...Otro-..  '.'     :��������� Catnberland Ihi* Ihe J7th tif  iV_.  Forty Years Ago  Thc Colonist is  publish tno; items under the ahove heading and.  some of them are interesting. We  call attention to Uie following:���������  Both ,.parlies in Canada are  moving to have the election law.-  .sp changed as to have but one  duy's polling. Experience proves  that the present arrange in ent en  coinages bribery. It was proposed not long pince to ehangt  Lhe established cnsloni in America and extend the litni,!,. to lwo*b.  more days, but this lnoveinent in  Canada woi.ld ofitself prove iu  ineNju-dieiU'V.  Council adjourned-  The Manager of tlio P.oyal Bank of Canada  will be'phased to servo those  wljo   believe   in  Saving     Money  and pltu'iriff it whore it will earn Interest.  TrTttMX^"t~Ai.iiod"'Fonr-'lMino*  9  *1>  *Z-  ���������Yesir-iiwSav.ingsJknk.^j-^^  A, B. i^ETHERBY,   -Mahagkh.     |  4$.-&4<$-^**}99*9999'$$**?^'9 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^���������^������������������^������������������^������������������^  ������4a-^^������^^^^^**a-*^.-ai-������<������ m-*"* *���������������** ���������*������ mm -������ ^ mm mm *���������������*%  Comox A-SiS-essment  Distriot.  NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN th.t  a Court of Rovisiun'tuni AppiMil undor  the provUions of the Assessment Act. te-  specting the AsEORttraont Rolls for the  yeiirlOi't., wil be hold fur tho Comox  .VtMeBKinent District at the femrt I luxsn*  0iu_berliiiKl, on 'llniiwlny, 19ih Deooiu-  ber, 1907, nt 11 o'clock in tho foienout'.  jnlm llniril,  i Deputy AsseHRor,  A shrewd schoolboy whose a  1  vailable capital is a brass button  will sonielim*4*. trade himself into the ownership of a watch, and  when he grows he becomes a  "Caplaitt of Industry," Crown-  up people through the advertising columns of the Nkws have  much better opportunities for  barter than schoolboys.  An eastern fi 1 tti nre making a  specialty of .Sunday" -.anions for  phonographs. When litis be*  comes general it will make a  wonderful change,  i    O.H TARBELL  *������*���������������.���������������������������������������'*' ������i.n-i*'������.i  amwu������M.Mi*������  HIGH GRADE STOVES  'AndiUllKITCHEN  UTENSILS  Keep in mind the.   New  Year  I'uil to bo bo given by the IC. of I1  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister and Solicitor  ami '  Notary Public  Conveynnultij.  Cumlierlanil    B. 0.  Merchant  .TAILOR..'  LA DIES' TA1U >l.*MADE'.COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mRDH TO   ORDER RflD  IN ANV STYliB YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARAWTEBB.  ���������  Prices From $SO .to $4:0.  CUMIl .15 R L A N D,  11. C.  ^^^<���������������^^������^������������������^*4a^^^^l*^������^^w������*������������������������^^���������������<lw*������������������������^������ mmm mm  MAKK   YOUR  WANTS' KNOWN  rHKOUill   COI.l'iMN.S OF   Nl.V.'S.  mm*mmmmmm*memmmmain  mmmmmwmmmmimtammmtnmmnimamimmn  I'OIX BALK -UK) nerim, fin noroB nhoppnl  mid ������b.'iit 10 iiornii edenrod.   Ilitfh iniul  ������nd oxcwllcnt pnptiiro him*.  Tonus onn  bo *irr.iiiK������il to Huit,  Spcrtsmens Good?  nticl  Genera! Hardware  f ���������a,Vl^|M^(*l������V*<l  fthoca-  Therc aro many thlngH that  can "watt'' this mouth better than lho.se new shoes.  You run no risk of purchasing your new shoes from J.  N, MeLeod, The prices are  Right so is the Quality.  The tplcndid I-Yrehann stiallkin  '���������-'"JUST. 41734"  (Color, buy,   Woi������ht, 1875.)  Recently.purchased by the Co-  .mox Howe Breeders' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Columbus,-O.,'will'stand for service at  the st aide .of  11. Crawford, Courtenay.  Terms,   *$3/5 Insurance  MHrofl"������out fiom ii (llnlimt.0 will be fed  nud cttntd for nl. rcowmablo nttos till safe  Gnzott   Appointments.  Samuel Calhoun has been appointed a commissioner for taking affidavits in the aupienie  court for the purpose of acting  uuder the provincial elections act  in the Comox electoral district.  Such appointment to expire Dec  rrovincin. parliament will op-  en on Jauunry 16.  The town of Chilliwack  will  The jobbing department of .heW1* fot i������������wi������rot������on as a city  1 at the next sitting of the proviu-  iNkwh was ucviUi^ "IUI...U..J,,  anda lot ot new type aJvkd.  Send us yonr next job, it will be  the most satisfactory job you ever carried home with you.  | BUTOH1R SHOP.  Uo you want a Clirhtmas Turkey?    Order not later  1'Viday, Peccin-'cr 6th.   We ot&or next d.iy.  rial parUament.  Government Repays Half a  Million Dollars.  |   Campbell's i  ^ Win ma9M*-mm.**l miwAmmt*Mmm*mmmm0emm-e^^  t TunNovBae, takts,  0HSE813 CAKES,  f FStUIT OatTARlCB'  25ctM per doz.  CKEAM VVVV3,,,, .80c. do*.  MEAT PIE8  Every Saturday  3 for 30c  | BAKERY  Those who send tlieir printing  Half a million  dollars of tho   out of town cannot blame tho������e  famous million dollar loan which  tho McBrldo government borrowed  when it flrst came into power, was  paid back Init ww������k, thns saving  2 jwjr cent on |500,000.  .$!)O0.lR)0 of the .ww niiil m-  maitis toi������e paid.  who send east to the departmental stores for their goods. Jolly  up the printer occasionally with  a small job, Be loyal and patronize home industry. It looks  good to wiu a businessman's dun-  nets sent on stationery printed

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