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Array o  mxmmmmmmmm  i      .������.^ *.,~.^..*/, .-mr'.V.mmmmm���������' ������������������-  * '"  1 Ss?  ��������� C" /  k*   _i  fr    "J  6  ^**y  ?  A Journal Devoted B������peolally������ to the Interest-* of Comox Dlstrlet\ ^  *___a?K  Thk News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,    JAN..  ������,   1908  ^^'������������������.^UfSPMISftC  on $2.00 a Year.  xmW'  Our Annpal January  STOCK-TAKING   SALE  GommenceB~Moff^^  and will continue for THREE WEEKS ONLY  This wiil be a grc.it opportunity to save money, ns all  our Winter S^ek will be cloared out quite regardless  of coat. ,   . ���������  mmimmw*'rmmmm*mm**^mmmwmmmm*mmmmm*m*mmmA*mmmA*mmmm*mmAammmmmmmammmmmmm  SIMON LEISEE & Co., Ltd.  Jobn T, Lidetouo. Mgr.  *  The following are the winning  numbers for the Prises  given away at  TJ4E   IBAGflET  CRSH  STOtyE.  CuniVerlatid Urftsoh.  -ft  DOLiLi      flo. 714  TEft~Slf  r  THANKING  My many Customers for  their patronage during the  past year and solicit a  continuance of same for  1909,  Watch this Ad Next Week.'  L  J N. ricLEOD,  Dunsmnir Avenue, CUMBERLAND,B.C.  \  11  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  T. E. BATE,  TO. THE ELECTORS  SOUTH WARD.  0FY  -l\    XMAS  AND  NEW YEAR'S  TRADE  We carry the choicest selections  of Candy���������Robertson's Chocolates  in }(' x/% and i lb fancy boxes.  Christie Brown Fancy Biscuits-  Graham Wafers, Soda Crackers,  Plum Pudding*, Fruit Cakes, shipped to us direct from the factory,  so that tey arc crisp and fresh.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  Uimsmuic Avenue Cumberland, U, C,  ti  MS. l'?9������BBREWff  Have  started business with a  good supply of Fresh Pish.  Smoked PUL a Socially,  MESSENGER ft PARKER 1 PROPS  Ludi.is ntul Gentlemen : ���������  I nm it candidate for  Alderman  in tin al bye ward and respectfully  solicit your vote and iufiueilce,  I am,  yours .'faithfully,  J. Stkwakt.  ������...���������   II. Illf^ll    if.. I���������    ������������������H������IW,HW������I���������II   I ���������!.���������������������������   ! i. .ti.. ..-.  Council Meeting.  The regular and civic meeting  of tho year wan held last evening;  there boing present, Aldermen'  Campbell, Mel-ood, McDonald,  liato and tho Mayor, Tho miu  tites of tho previous meeting were  rend and adopted,  Accounts���������Wm. McLellan $10  ConuiiuulcatiouH���������-From Jim,  Stowait, Clurk of Post Olllco con  strtictlon, pm instructions from  Mr* Wm Henderson resident arch!  toot, Victoria, asking that should  any riamng-y ho dono tlio now public building on account of the  drain, the City Council would ho  responsible for damages. Thc  Council acceded to thn above request,  R, til. Robertson asked for a  ���������jtt lament of tho sewer eoutract  account. A cheque was ordered  irtstiod tnr above amount,  Tlio llnitticiitl report for tho year  whh jtresented. i-h������hIvhiI iiikI ord***-'  i*d pnblUWI,  Coiniuuiiiciition and account  from Melrose Company Victoria  H. C, agents for tlm Lloyd's Plnte  nt'i������" IiHiM-p.'ce C-mj-wy, J;;in.,  ing damage to plate glass to the  extent of 1101,40; caused by the  hit* powder explosion. Moved by  Alderman liatu seconded dy Alderman MeLeod, that they be h-  fonnocl thnt tho oity Is not paying  damttgo*. A vote of thanks \va*  tendered to retiring Mayor Willard  for his fair and impartial trentment of tho Counoil during his  tenure of office. Mayor Willard  < hutikcd thu Council for their kind  eiprauioit. Thero boing n > fnr*  ther business the Council Adjoarn*  |������d.  New Year's Kvo was the occasion of a very pretty wedding at  Union Uay, when Mr. James McNeil, the popular telegraph operator, was united in tlie bonds of  matrimony to Miss Bessie Grant  Ray, eldest dattgbtor of Air, and  Mrs, T, I., Hay, the ceremony  taking plnce at the home of the  bride's parents; none but the immediate friends and relatives of  the bride aud j^ioom being present. Rev. Mr, Kidd performed  t .e ceremony, this being the second wedding at which tlio Rev,  gentlemen has officiated since ho  started his pastorate at the liny.  Miss Mary Unggart acted i.s  bridesmaid, whilst Mr. Fred Ray  diil tho honours of best man. The  bride looked exceedingly pretty,  attired in white cashmere, with  veil and onnge blossoms, und car*  Hod a beautiful bouquet of hyacinths, white cariiHtions, and maid-  on hulr ferns, I'he groom's pies-*  ent to the brido consisted of a gold  watch and chain, aud to the brides*  m.id a crescent of Him [leads,  A sumptuous Kiippor was served  at 7. p( in., after wliich the bridal  party drove out to tho-'Macaboos"  DUNStfuiR Avenue        CUMBERAND, B.C.  ball at Courtenay. centra table; J. Brown, salad bowl;  Mr. and Mrs. McNeil,-do'not;���������/��������� Watson lemonade sot;   D.   P.  intend to take tip housekeeping at McDonald, china tea set;  Mrs.  prtstmt, but will stayat M������.-foiyV ������ P*4MJDS*Jd'.j,neils Mr'JMl}  ���������    ..      . j *���������   .Mrs. A. McNeil, sth-ersugar bowl;  ^"t,, HPring: I M������t. G. McLean, fruit dish; Mrs.  J. Watson, bread plat"; Mrs. G.  Brown, lemotiade   sot;   Mr.   aud *  Mrs. A,  Cameron,*  centre   tnble;..  promi-ient citizens, itUhe' person!������ft,���������fr N[*^^Ui#ifi_SS  ofRober|Grnuli,F. IV,,,*   n !���������,..'Ml, aUll, Mrii;   j^ftfofiL  Mw.. McNeil's Appearing  out rocki������g,jhair;���������Mrs,  L,\0,";M&$!  dress, is of Panama Cloth, with Donald, wxtunsion table; R, Uul:  hat and gloves to match. crow and  Miss   Htflcrow,   silver'   ., o   j biscuit jar; Miss Minnie Iiorbury,  Mr. C. L. Harrison, of Victoria cut glass vaso; Mr. and Mrn Coolto,  B.C. wns one of the sti-cessful ������Hvei;pie]Hto;r; Uta. J. P. WaU-m.  The wedding presents ware'  utimorous and costly. The bri -o,  is a favorite niece, of ('lie of our  candidates at the recent examinations for l.arriator atfd solicitor,  and will shortly bo admitted and  called to the liar.  Mr, C. L. Harrison is a ion of  His Honor Judge Harrison at'd a  brother of Mr. P. P. Harrison,  Barrister, practising hore, and Mr.  V, IL Harrison, Barrister, practising at Ladysmith.  We understand that tlio youngest eon, Mr, II. R. Harrison, will  shortly commence tho study of  law.  The "Nows" congratulates Mr,  C. L. Harrison ou his success,  Mrs. Clins. Cowliu, Saudwick,  H, 0. wins doll and tea set T, R  IUte,  The following are tho wedding  present!received by Mr, and Mm,  IJ. J. Grieve: -Mr. and Mrs, W,  Hayman, bedroom set; Mr. and  Mrs, C. Parnlinm, dozen illvartea  spoons; Mr, and Mrs. J, V, Ann-  und, silver berry spoon; Mrs. G,  II. Teed, flowers; Kenneth Grieve,  ������������������M-SHKCMBMBnOMHi  bed-spread; Mra. E. Smith, earv  ing set; K. C. ������mde and Mies  Kmdo, afternoon tea set; T. K.  liate and family, fruit dish; Misn  Kate McDonald, unrtains; J. Brad*  snaw, carving sat; W. aod Mr*4,  Wilkinson, coutre pieces; Citmp*-..  Otfll Bros,, chinille ttfidoolotli ami  fruit, dish; Miss A. Liddal,  album; Prod Pk'kiml, carving det;  Mrs, Woodhn������, pillows; Miss ll,  Woodhus' hand painted bison It inr;  Mrs, R, Itiley, biscuit jar;. Mr.  and Mrs, W. Doe, silvor bntinr  Ji-sh; Miiifl IJ, M, Uco, Vun (^otiver,.  olivor sugar spoon; Ml.i3 M, V,  Due, Namtfiiio, silver fork; Mis,  llarriis, Victoria, fruit dish; Mra.  K. Guildiuieister, Victoria, berry  set; Miss Florence McKnight,  Vancouver, silver salt and pepper  stand; Mi������������ lL*������������ie MoKiilght,  Vaucouver, Imlf dozen silver desert  spoons and half dozen silver te*  spoons; Mra, H. Johnston, New  Glasgow, N. S. teacloth; Mr. ami  Mrs, W. Henderson, Westvlll**,  N. H, table cover; 0. Evami, clock  Miss Jessie McDonald, knives aud  forks;  A slight sIiuck of earthqutk*  was felt in this city, yesterday, (fe  -was also felt at Nanaimo.  CAMPBELL BROS.,  Grocers and  dry GOODS  MERCHANT*  Cumberland.      B. C.  83P8BBB8B8BWKJUiJb^*ffyriJfr.T  CROCKERY AND  GLASSWARE  TUK ATOM vblon we fom������rlr o������.ii|>l������������. as * hultary mt bate  ���������tookvil with ��������� FINK niHCTltDI OK CltOCKKRV iUV  (ibAiSHWAXK both Plata and tanay, Iij lnt**jn-.>:iug the $twna ���������������  tiarry ymi will flmt Ihnt mir pri** *n everytlduK It rtau������������bl#,  nud, f..r ths 111110 qunlity #t nrtlslet, m low a*-*it eet lover tarn  ���������ftl-tiittlit-.**4 In thit tlUtritit,'  Dluttcr Mctf, from flll.SMI  Tv* M������tt trwn  6 ������������������.  Cliocotau Ncte froa.  4.71.  T*������ll*t< !������������<��������� frwro...,, ,.  ft.  Tbs ClisoftiMai sad rite QwsHlral these H-UmouiJ tnrptim yon,  *M THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, MUTISM  COLUMBIA  Tis CiiintalaM lews  I*, uni Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comox   .St   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  Ta is paper will not -hold its-slf  rtupousible for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  from time to time.  TUESDAY,     Jan.   12,    1008  Given under my hand at theCity  of Cumberland, this 31st day of  December, 1908.  Alex. McKinxon,  Returning Officer.  MUNICIPALITY OL THK CITY  OF CUMBERLAND.'  NOTICE "IS HEREBY GIVEN  to the olectors i.f the   City of Cum-  ��������� > -      ��������� * ta -.   -  berland that I require of tha paid  electors at,the polling station on  l)nn?muir Avenue, on Monday, the  lltb day of January, 1909, at 12  o'clock, noon, for Uie purpose of el*  ecting a Mayor and Aldermen to  represent them for the year 1909.  Tha mode of noaiinution of candidates shall be as follow^: ���������  The candidate shall lie nominated in writing; the wri-inj; shall be  j-ubucribed by two voter? of >ho Mu  nioip'ility ns proposer and seconder,  and s-.li.ill be delivered to the Returning Officer n.t any time fiehveen  the date of the notice ai.rl 2 p. rii.  of the dav of the nomi-.-ation, and  in the event of a poll 'bujng neces-  ������.?.iy such .poll slm 1 ln he opened'on  Thursday, thc l'4lh'day'of January  lil09,. at the'polling station, Dunsniuir Avenue,-'Mcliet,! (''S Ice Cream  Parlor, Cumberland.^B.C of which  -ever^perjiiiLlsJie^eby required to  take notice and govern himself ac-  cordingly  The qualification as candidate for  Mayor is as follows:���������      '  He iT>u?t be a malo' Brili-di sub  ject, of tho full age of twenty-one  yeaci and not disqualified under  any Jaw and have' bee i for the six  months next preceding tho day of  nominotion tbe registered owner in  tbei'bid RegistryOIIice" of lan'd apd  real property in,ihe city of the,, as  '.seswd irtluoon , tho l������si .Municipal  Ai'iwspraent Roll of $1000 over and  ,( above, any regittcrod.incumbrance  or charge, and who in- otherwise  qualified as a municipal volar.,  The qualification   hs  candidate  ' for Aldermen irtms f.IL.Wf*:���������  ������Ic* must* be a Bn'fUl'i 'subject of  ihe tuii nge of tweniy-one yesrs and  not disqualified 'Under.a,ny law. and  hnve been for six'tno'iAiis'nox't'pre'  coding the duy of noiuinaiitm-ihe  roiiHterfd owner in .the Land Registry Ofilos of Und an.l real eitaW*  in* the city of tbe aspersed value on  thc bu't Municipal*��������� Assekime'nt  Iloll of ������500*or more,"'over and  above any registered incumbvance  or charge, aiid who is otherwise  qu-tlified ns u ronninip*.! voter.  Given under my hand at the City  of Cumberland, this 31st day of  .Jocombur, 1008 *. , ��������� ���������  AM'X McKinnon,.  Return inn Olllcer.  MUNJOIPAr.ITY OV Ti Mi. CITY  .   OFCIJ,M.)KULA*m  NOTICE IS HERB BY GIVEN  that application wiil be made to  the   Legislative Assembly of the  Province of British Columbia at  its next session for an-Act to incorporate a company with power  to construct, equip, maintain and  operate a line or Hues of railway  of   standard   pr   other   guage,  with auy kind of motive power  for the conveyance of passengers  and   freight commencing   at or  near Hardy Bay and proceeding  iu a wester ly direction to Quat-  sino    Sound   to    a   point  approximately      opposite  Coal Harbor, and   with   power  to construct,  operate aud  maintain all necessary bridges, roads,  ways,   aud ferries, aud to   build,  acquire,   owu    and    maintain  wharves and docks in connection  therewith, and to build, acquire,  own, equip aud maintain   steam  aud other vessels and boats, and  to operate the same on any navigable waters; and with power to  build,   equip, operate and maintain . telegraph    and   telephone  lines in connection with the. said  railway   aud branches,   and   to  transmit messages for   commercial purposes, 'atid'to charge4olls  therefor, aud to generate and sell  electricity for the supply, of light,  FOR MAYOR  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  At th������ request ol: a.number of  ratepayers I am -a. candidate for  the position-of Mayor for 1909. If  ducted. 1 will servo yon to" tlie  be-jt of my ability, having served-  in tlio Council three years as  Alderman. My record is before you  I will al60 see that law and order  16 carried ont, and the 6ewert|ge  system completed.  I am yours faithfully  p. R, Mcdonald.  Nominations for flohool Tr mires  wilt be received on Monday, the  J hb dny of Jatiutiry, I'll-H, nt 12  o'clock, noon:   ���������  Tbo mndu'nf noitiiniitlon ofcun���������  dl-' l'*-", f (ill II  III) U** filll'ltVH'r-  't'l'.o riiinlidutrs **ft.t 11 I v n-miin*  rtifiliii wriiiii).4,' the writ tn-jt fhail  he ',������.'<-f,:riUil by iwo vo cr,!1 <it tlic  Uittt'tiipi'li'y aK(iritp<''*������''iaid K'cmi*  dc, ni d ������������������''*������1l lie drlircrrd lo the  I'.inri in " Ollbnr nt sny linift  be*| mtrauwii,  heat and power; anH^wiHrpowef  to expropiate lands for the purposes of the Company; and to acquire lands, money, bonuses,  privileges or other aids from Any  ���������Government, municipal corporation or, other persons or bodies,  and to levy and collect tolls from  all persons using and on all  freight passing over any of such  roads, railways, ferries, wharves  and vessels built by the Company; and with power to connect  with aud-make'traffic or other ar.  raugements with railway, steam*  boat, or other companies; and to  exercise such powers.as are granted by parts'4 aud 5 of the,"Water Clauses Consolidation Act"  and For all "other necessary or incidental rights, powers and priv*.  ileges in that behalf.  ,  Hbjn'RY Aw.kton  Cplounl Royal Kugineers(retired)  Dated at Victoria,  1L.C., 8th  day pf Decemb$i^!9o8.     -..,,,.,  To the Electors of the  : City 6f [Cumberland.  LA,IMESftiid(.KNTr.KM.ICN:���������  In response ton nnmburof tu**'  payers of tho (ily of'Cumberland  asking mo to become a candidate  tor the olllco bf Mayor for tho  City of Cumberland for !m year  IHOII, 1 hnvo decided to Ktiitid  fnr the positl ni, ntul tiow Holii'il  your support att.l voti',-**, In con-  Miutiug to litH'nuui a citti'lid ite, 1  beg to i*tuti������ that I liavcnopoivon-  nl iMid- lo sorvo, oi" nmbittoiu o  ���������.i.li**ly. I did not nook the ji si-  tion, and if eloi'ted, my chief itm-  bition   will'b6 to   giv<������ iho ciiy  n  (dean, sale and progressive, admin*  r ��������� '������������������ '  1    ..tl.     .!>'*      ��������� ���������-.  FOR   ALDERMEN  TO THE ELECTORS:--  At the request of a number of  ratepayer*?, I am a candidate for  Alderman for 1009. If elected I  will serve you to the best of my  ability. Your votes aud influence,  .are respectfully bolicited.  I am yours faithfully*"  FRANK PARTRIDGE.  are respectfully  solicited.  I am yours faithfully  ALEXANDER CAMPBEU,.  HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS.  Cumberland ���������Gontre.  Number of candidates' 2; passed  2. Courtenay���������Nnmber of candl- TH  dates, 1; passed, 1; Robert G Dun-.'  can, G43. Private Study���������JSu in bor  of candidates,, 1; passed, 1; James  J. McKenzie, 608.  Q0LLEGIATE   SCHOOL  FOR  BOYS  The Laurels       BelcherJStreet  Victoria, BC.  -������*ri*'v**; -!..     - -t ���������  'Ltd^m^.- ��������� ��������� ���������  f^^^r^^iAv.-'AilL.AAiA^A^^.    . I  iiilllijjfcrir ������������������"fiVil. ij. j    -���������'-���������*��������� ^4'*V__  '^*!*^^^SS������������><^&^1^**>^*  Kspimalt & taaimo fij *  Patron and Vuitor,  LORD  BISHOP  OF "COLUMBIA  Head Master  J..W. LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  At the request of a mimbw, of  ratepayers, I am a candidate for  middle ward for Alderman for  11)00. If elected I -will serve you  to-, the best of my ' ability. Yoiir  voles and influence are respectfully, solicited,  1 mh yoin-s faithfully  J. N. McLEOI).  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  At the voquest of a number of  ratepayers. I ani a candidate for  Alderman for. 1900. If elected I  will serve you to the best of iny  ability. Your votes and influence  are respectfully solicited.  ���������I am yours faithfully,  JAMES REID,  ���������ABBistcd by three Graduates of tba Recognised Uuiver-aties of Great Britain aud Caw-  add.' . ���������:'.'���������''���������'������������������'���������:      '"���������"-.;��������� *        -'"-���������-.- ���������  Moderate toriti| for bpMjlMB.  "���������Property cona'sta of Iivo acres with apiol*  ious sohool bnildinuB,   extf-c'ive' reoreatin  grouue's. gyintittiiura.     Cadet corps or till  /.ed.  APPLY TO 'iiKAD MASTER.  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  ���������: Al the request.of a number of  ra'epnycrs, I aniacaiulKnite for  Al'lerman.for 1000. If elected I  will berve you to the best of my  ability. Yuur votes aud   influence  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  At the request of a number of  ratepayer?, Iain a candidate .for  Alderman hr 1000. If elected I  will serve you to the best of my  alii I ity. Your votes and influence  are respectfully soliciteb.  I ain yours faithfully  THOMAS r.lCKLE.  ! ^'^H���������*'H���������'^M4''M'**M���������^  STAR'  TO THE ELECTORS:���������  . At the-request of a mimqer of  ratepayers, 1 am a candidate foi  Alderman for 1000. If elected 1  will serve yon to the best ol my  -abilitvt^o������iU^tiL*Ljmd_ influence  are respectful ly solicited.  I am yours" fai lh fully  ,'���������      FRED HORWOOD.  9  ."MTTTaSSL.'-'.O      Z.-V.VIS,  9  ������  PSOPRIEX,"  1 Englitth 4 x BUItTON alwuya on tnu al������o, tho fumous MILWAUKKE  BEKRS-Anhonaer, Boboaiian, Sohlitx, fto. "OLD GItKY- BBAKU"  SCOTCH WHISKY,        Bsst Wmes and Liquors of all kinds.  Thti .tfoardmg and Lodging UBparttnent. under the immediate eiipetinteudeiioe of Mra  Davis, wiil ba tourrt Firnt oliiS* in every resijcut.  BATES,  $1 00 por day upwnrda.  3 ������3]  1  ersistent Advertising  roduces  rofit' iii every kind of 'business,,,,.  .   ��������� *     ,  Z^*~>***ifl**eyG}  The   columns, of... the News are al������  ��������� ways open for more Advertise-f  ments.    Try a good big ad.  ���������IM.Ip  0  In job Printing   we print anything from a ���������  BIG   POSTER.  1  0  twetn lhe dulo ol tbu myW nml y  ���������\i, m. cf ih* day ol lummii-ui-m and  in tbe event 0! iiioru than oik* noin-  trt*iil-->'i a noil will U o'luiitid on  Tbur-d*.)'. lh������ Hth day ot J ami-try, 11)00, at ll.t polling (-talon, Mc-  Lead's Ic* Cr+ani I'arlt 1, Dununuii  Avenue. Cumberland, B. C, which  nvory peifwft i* mqolrid 10 tako no  ties of and govorn hhneeH t-cct rd  iuRlj'4  iJuHlifi.fa.ions for Tittctctr are *���������  follow-,���������  A������v penon l\eftig n hrow hoidcr  in tho muni Ipulity snd t^inp: ������  It.!''������}.   .'i.tij.iol  Of  thi. fall   Pge oj  t*  tiy^nt*  yom  ami  o hirwirt.!*.**������s Cr-a-m'-j-   \*.������m4h������i..n   l.i.l  oi any oiupio, et������ip>i.,.;-i,w*, cillj.')^  <ir sect,   I initi'r thu content���������and  pr-iposa tt������ r,.inain Ho-uiitramiuclU|  I'd liy any pledye beyond thu pub*  )lf������ pledge; tlitir J will eii������iu.^t'i .������>,  (jiv������ fair play and jiisth'o to nl\'  Hiid that tho law huh 11 Iki houdstly  enfiirced.    Hoping for a getierotM  HiipjHirt from tlio electors.   I lisvo  I lio honor lo bo  Ymir obi'ilii-ii! *-ervnnt  Jt K ROlJEin^ON  ;        * 'NOTICK  Tl"> a'unml iiiivtliii/ of tha  Co-  II  to a  \ mil INO   WMtl*.  The News.  ���������51  X  I  X  iJ  ���������  ^uillh-d by tb*������ Act to vole at nn  tie 'tin otJ*>h������oJ 1 ru������tew in *4������f  ��������� dd tnnhUhlliy shall lw ���������UglUi-  * < '���������������������������������- nJitclwl. ������ml U������ wrw M a  ���������bmlimd TjOltW.  will Ik������ h<������l't  in  llu*   A_n<,Mltiu<il  ILill,   Courtetmy.   011   Thiir.������luy.  .LuHtsiy 2bt, IWA* nt s p, m.  Wm. Dl.Mt 1;,  ���������jH'iiiilaiy.  the mesix in  "~0*''  Xw\ty'2trivC^t**".c>.\:: fef'ti !  *v"  J  Mining doiflRNAL  ROW IN ITS Kia V2/JT  ",L; li-,'.lW4t uml.a l*'"f i-IVl? rl  tW, *<*M, Wl.ll tl+tl .11' JW-nt i-f.'iitUt  M������ff ������f ������*.yU��������� lilsl.*tl *uQ������lt������*4ll������t*,  ���������tibwtrltitl'-ii fs.ftfl 1* j,*������r (ii.tinl-  lft< '������'. ������..Or������Mi:i*ti> Mux '**������>��������������� .tn^n ,  sh,������������i**. tuv-f it.���������** Kib'i vn Rt*t*A  I .l.tn^HM.  1^ flu ������*!-.'. iryi.1.  r^-t timet ���������������...������, Hew V-mH  s.s.^ "Oity of Nanaimo.  VTCTORIA.-~CO-MO-a:       3SOVXS  Sail from Victor a Tuesday, 7 a. !.n for  Nanaimo, call ng .it Crofter. Kuper  and Thetis Islands when fre.ght or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo "Wednsday, 7 a. nr.,  for Union Hay Coinox dnuvtity pc-its  Le.ives"'Comox Thursday 7 a. ni.,; for  Union Cay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a. m,, for  Union hay Cemox and   way port.*..  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,- for  Nanaimo and way pons.  Siils from Nanaimo Sj>turda\, 1 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADY  SBIIIB   BOUTE.  ������  Maxwell & Hornal  X Proprietors.  4������TEAMSTERS and DRAYMEN1  t.SINGLEr and, DOUBLE RK.S*  TFor HIRE. ALL ORDERS *  ' PROMI'TLY   ATTENDED  TO  I* 3M St.- CsDilieilaifl:  rt*4������**^^--K,l-'H44*H-4'i-^'Hrl,4-*i^  O. H TARBELL  w*mmvmm*eaeammmmm*mmm*mm*mi*mi**i ���������������������������i*j*w  nm.tm*_mt*:rmm*mmem)tnrmi 'mamM-xmemmmmmmueea..  HIGH GRADE STOVES:  And Oil KITCHEN  UTENSJLS'  Sportsmcns Goods  and  General Hardware  k*}f-*^**i*******i*A\  The Ucv.lrl it. Hlck������  Almanac.  For mOJi, ready Nov. 15. 1008  best oi'i'i- Hcnt out, bemttifnl covers  in coinri', fine piirfriiit of Prof,  ���������HtcK'K in colot'ts, till llto old future* mu' fiovunil now otics Jn the  book. Tlio bost aslronomic.it.1  '���������Hicka 'Weather ForccamtR," Ily  mull Hoc,  on   m-wu t*tinidii 110c.  One copy free with Word aud  Works, Iho boot $1, Monthly in  America. DircouutH on nlmiuincH  in (jtuttititicc. A^ntis wim led,  Word and Works Publishing  Co. 1 ll-*(* I Itov.mt Street, 1st. Loui-i  Mo. Every cinV.cn owes it to him-  pelf, to hi������ 1VIlown mid to I'tof.  Hicks tn porn-oK* the "Hiekh1' fort*  eiifitiB,���������the only rolinblw,  s. s.  'JOAN.'  Sails Irom   Vnncouver   fo  i   N.ir. o  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvei  daily, except Smu'.a)s, at 7 a.m.  VANCOT7VER-NANAIMO *COM(.X  UNION.  "S. 8. Queen Cily" {C.P.R.)  l^eat   Viucouv-ur,  Sunday, 7pm     Ar  rives -stRaniuno, Sm>day, 11 p. ���������,.  LerveB Nau.iimo Mouday,  3 a. in.   Arrives atVUuion, Mt.nlay, lj^u.11).    Airiva  tit Comox, McKtlay, 1 p. m.  ���������i__vo_Comox, Mmiday, 7 p.m.   Ariive  at Utiiiu, Monday, 8 pTuTT"     " ���������~  L*?ave Union, Tuitdiiy, 5 a. 111.   Arrivu  at Nauaimo, Tutsdsj, at lJ.;il)/i. m.  ,  iieuvts Nanaimo, Tunulay,  it ]   p, m.  Arrive at Vai.ct.uvtr, Tuitciuy, at 5 p. 111.  Calling at Wav 1'oita *Ahcu frei_l.t u*ud  ���������jRsaenttra t41t*r.  TIME TAB1.K  ICFFfiCTlVJS  Ociobtr   Ibt, 1S)07.  11           ������������������������������������������������. 1 1 ������i. j������������������������_.������������������������.  KOHTH BOUND���������H.-iid   ] cwn  Passetgei   Tuiir.s  2,Stationii.      V  Daily  No. I  Viocoritt,  >JhUHBig,"ll,  II  OfbbU Hill,  Unviohnu.  Koktilah,  Outic'an'n,  ttomui4'*',  AVikthnlina,  (/hi'iimiiiiiR,  Lwilyfinnh, -  Si.ulh Wtljiiijjton,  Nunaimci,  Wl'lllll|[t0li,  De. tl.no  I) 04  )0.)7  ID.'i'i  10,40  .  JM8  1(1 A.M  11 (10  U.07  11.16'  II ������2  Jt til  J^.ltJ  ������>'uud������v  Wi'd.  Sttt.  No. 'i  Dt*. 15 00  .5 14  IC. lfi  10.18  10.110  .. )tm  1-J.-I7  17 10  J7.������:s  1; 11.  , 17.Go  18,IU  )HM*  Ar l-i.lll   Ar 18 4.1  HOUTH liOUND-UciidUp.  FARM I'OR SALK. Situated  nl Park.'ville, twenty milea from  Ntintiiuio, on the rond tn Cuniliei'.  land, five in'ic-ich'iiri'd, fruit beating orchard, two Heron, loga nil  litirttc'd ofT, twn iw.rvH chuhed, good  cnltnge, latlied ittid plnHtorod tiud  nawlv tmlntodt ehiekeli hnuMi and  No,2  No, 4  Vieturin,  Ar, ViM  18 ttf  Uurnula,  Iti 02  JS.ftl  tillW* liiuull,  10 61  17.S5  11  '.() 18  17 ,f;o  Cotibld lltll,  I'i to  II.Ai  ('(/WicllllP,  10.10  17 XH  Ivokiilah,  10 Cli  17 18  Lui vaii'u,  10 0'.'  1U.&8  Soiiifiio.,  UJ7  ' *  Id 43  VViiiilulmo,  0������7  JOHU  (.'t.t-itiitiriiti,  Uvff  10 'i'i  Lt'lj.ir.iili,  lie, 0,1)1)  Lt  liiAi  t.  Ar, HM)  Ar  15-18  Hntith U't lluigtoti,  K'.8  l*.vT  NaniiliiiM  8 In  un*  WfLin^tuu,  Do. 8.00  t)������  IZ.AI  ThcHimml Mi!������ and Cdiniiiu'aiirin Ttr*  kets nn Kile, nood civet rail, mid *.ten���������<r  ���������inen, nt two mui onc-liull'cenu ptr mile,  Sp������ci tl train* ami stei.uiers for Excur  iiom, and udtuctl rties tin prune* muy  be arranged fm mi iipp'.ui'in'i tu (In)  Dint J';i������������. Aycni ,it Vittoii.i,  'lliu Conipiiiiv rettcivfi the ri(;lit io  clinnite vtitlirut uri-vioim noticr,H<r>,me,������  .ailing <.ai������������ and ItCMi'u nl snilinu.  Kxi'iirmun Tirkeu on Sole luttn ami 10  '������������������Ovid*, hot'nw bare, nnd othor out I dl J>i������iut.ii������,^h... it.. ^ ft t . .... v t  i building. Will Mdlplinnj, for vmh  ^HoL^'' "^?' "' ^  The farm comdyu of ttm aereu in  nil, fronting on wilt wnter, Apply  ,'.; >'���������?" Pill*.    I'ttrk.ivillf.  Pont  OIIK U. 0.  NOTK.R  Any per*on m p(-i-**'nn*������, r*nftl������ip,  mimviiig or taking any Uookr,  limber nr wood, <������f any di'W'ripjiodii  hi.JiHigiiig tn the Wellington Col*  lleiy ('o'y., or from vr nff the laud  of the wild Company, will lai pm*.  nentml fo 1 lm full estent of the law.  F.  D. Utile.  H*Hit'rititi'tidi*iit  Wellitigton Collh'f} ���������o,f.  n day.  I, W, 1WVY, Otn. ������B|i. BC. ikaat htr.  I}. I. COUHJNKV, Vhi. I'rl. ft )������������, Ag  eo ybahjv  CXPCrtlENOE  Traok M*aa������  Dtiisna  Ccevntumn Ac.  Mima a*m0mt a *wua mwl_)*������*iifttoii mui  urtriti mumtutn mtt-w#i*_tt^������*ti������tw.*������*  i.i������������mrt>������ ��������������� jjrr*i������t!r titlt������tti>l% (-i.*,it*������������i.li*v  ���������������imf������irt������������|r?i*n#*������t������i������&i, atfymii vtifmmm  MwifN**. ttthw -if*tirT tW*9Anltmmi*imw.  fMiM* !*������������������������ llt*w>.fl www*.i illmttmit  ������*._*< icWli., *iH*ih*I������***���������������, M(K������       >,  sckaiffic Hiitcrlcan.  4 l*i Siemetf memmaml man*,,, l*t������*tuv Av  twatmniu������t****e**--ttk_*���������***_, It***.fin  imet f-nrm^tai.4** a-*m*i*\n*i,*i*mi*% T&m
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
W^Ti^N^
*MIM4,>IM|a>>Mr~-f��nMrjr-MM^
The drink of strong men and healthy women.
BREWERY BEER
Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian ..,,v ,<
The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.
cotcb
The HUD-SONS BAY CO
Go to
JOHN McLEODS
for first-'jlass
candy, fruits,
CfGAlW & TOBACCOS
T>. Hunden
Sole Agents for S
r*
<mt*
NOTICE
Every Monday and Friday I
will be in (own to deliver Fre^h
Butter and%all kinds i*fVegetable-*
nnd also 20 tons of potatoes; will
sell cheiip.
Ciriu Ykuk,
Sandwick.
| nnd
Ashore and Afloat
AND
' if you like to rend of tlie experiences of,
un..!i*r��, shooter*) md lamper. or yalVttlnei
or If you art liitercsifd In t.oiintry illtr, ask
your ne*"sde��!tr fo" tottit ani Stream,
or write tor free specimen cony, or send
("/���nty-five wnts fer lour weeks' Irmlirlp.
Fo'.*��1 nid Stream is �� lifge llhistrsted
���*��rtly lout-nil, wliich cwitslni iho'olwwld-4
d-rmnmcnis! ���
\ Onm-BifUivlGun,      N��tor��lIll-lory,
S ��� i ��o I Kiver Ir'ishlnrt,  1 hoMlni*.
ffiiSp .rl��mmToarist, C-\ icel-*
Elite uni Trap. Ktieinel,
Wt send tree our c*,**logue ofthe best hooka
on otiwcor life and recremon,
Vehicles, Implements,
Incubators, Etc., Etc.
*-M-**-H"H"H-*
Every Tool
For the
Farmer.
��*H"H"H',M*4H4*fr
*t
���s
W-H-KH^-H**
Prices   and
Quality
guaranteed
_��  **h~M"1*W*,W-W*
Walworth-Rols'ton Co.Ltd-
H.  Sn R0LST0N,   Managing Director.
Vancouver, B�� C.
See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.
THE BIRD CLOWN.
,. ��� ,    i . ���
A Quitr Kind of Follow If* th�� Yellow
Breasted Chat,,
Tlio oddities of tlio yellow bronstod
clmt beifln ovon with 111* cliistfllli-atloii
To think of ii wui'blor tlio alieu uf *
Ilnltluioro oriole, n warbler with ti
now,' llko (t iiigcMng blrdl Indeed
thoro In Uttlo nbout tlio cbut tlmt h
not remnrUublo, Ilo noon In for l lu
weird nnd tlio flpoctnciiltir. lf Nnttire
designed hlin to blmw wlmt uho could
do In tlio wuy of tlio umiwi'il nml tlu
uct'ontrk', uho hml ruuwrliiiliU* hiu'cumh
Thin bird nml not tlio ciublrd U tin
renl "clown of tlio woods." Clown ol
the thicket would lie mow npt, fntvilUi
Uio eittbliu, lio prrfoni tlio shrub nne
lowtr trees. A wild IiiiiiiIp of lu'lon
mid vlticti in n tUvui-lto liiitint. It if
only tlio liPltor to Mirvcy nueli n vo
treat tlmt lm mount* to the top or i��
tree. From liU lofty perch lio slugs
to tbo nmuMmont nml bewilderment
of Uio person tlmt lii-fti* tlic* book foi
tho llm I line. Mt.ro llln*l,v tluin mil
ho will become InvlsriM�� nnd idlwit
upon Iho tint nitompt to nppirwult
lilm, reninIniim nnlct nnd hidden till
j on move uu again; llieu be cluii'kivi
i.tt.'t..'/ .'.,',.3 .ttvW.i uiul .*.i..';��-�� uud i,\viii*
(111 you nro out of sight and bearing*
No bird !��� io foitrful nf being m-no
or miett n mnstor of liute mid took, II
U won** ihfin iot>.-9M ti* try to trt<>nl n
mnrrh on hlm. Hf* innnnem to Iif nl
xrnyn on tlm wrong xldo of tbt* wsf
biisti. If jou should find lilt ne**,
wiil .li In n pretty little lumket of itruw*
nml weed Ntnlkn 11 mil with tint pimacs
nnd utrlpfi of soft Imrtc or haven plneod
a foot or mow hIxjvo the ground uiuung
uill wcedi*. or bimlied, tli*? ��fltlng bird
niilti nwny nml U nt onto lout w
ilnlit. Tnke t nwn nt flic whim, red
I it*.* k Uil i Ma itt.tl I belt, UUU uitM.ttii
iho bnatm* ns fnr nwny frmn tbn ntul
n* yon mn wtilto mill keeping It In
tight. Von mny linrc to wnlt for no
hour ami tven maUa nUu-r trtn�� lo tbt
���fot. Imt this U Ut*4 ���iirMt way lo eet
a Rood took at tbU tby or*<*>.-8t, Nkb*
etae.
���l**H*'{*4+4M**I��4W��W'*l**H*4M^*'l:'W^#
*<��� . ->
j Cumberland Livery
Feed Stable...   $
JQHN    BRYDEN
Proprietor
FIRST :��� CLASS
KIO'S : OF : ALL
KINDS  .  ... . .
���(������laiiw���MHiMii����� itiiiw rr~rrrTTmrr
wood
and Coal
Hauled
NOTIOE.
Hiding on
A'ny curs of
noomotives ond mil
the Union flolliery
Coinpimy l��y any person or }i-sr*
3on�����*3xcfpt tain crow���it! strictly
[irolif! ite.tl.-_ .Employees p,re sub*
'p<f uA'-inniisHul forjillowinp4 sain*
' ���Byort.m* ' ��� '* '
; f*.*;r ''"���.PtiAseiV'p.^miK
'.'    - .    ���\l,,f,^*5'��. ���'/'
-AND-
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S
T
in season at
���irTruirrjEN^
t *
* Diinsnur.v Avenue
'CUMBHUI.AND,   ih C
a
-���_tf?1 WootVe P3��.����ipliodta#��
tl$m'fiVt T>t��   (���""���''��   ���r'-h'i'lith   ilniirih,.
'- tyi a */ 'j.mcwt(*i)U ���!��% ttt����roi.*'tin*.wiM.li*
���imtVj    2fe.ll"IVVU*l   (lj.lt*��tl,    l.'lltlt'JK     IlltV-
lT**ii*irHL h| in nl,', Vt ih i. ' '������.���- 'it A ���i-r
nim IkUilittj, Meitt'ti it ml Itnint .il'tn i'K ('*t
jtHHHll'ill'lt, fidtinl li''Hli'lillH, I'.'flMtf ;"���', ���*-., ���
mulorrfint, mul htr.-i'U ii/'..i'��hh*-;i>4 l-.my-i-.
I'lttMiHi ptr lm*. .Ur rfi,'.. (.hi* wllli,ci't.i.i
��*lll i."ii*.i. rl..l.t If.- all 'Inij-.-i''.*' or I i'1'l"'. ���''
plittn iik* cu fiji-tli't idnrivit, At'ieix*' w��<
miAlell/ee'.rt'a w*tno*\ MfU^Ind 00.
y,rtiurtlv Wim'sorl rWanv*i Otalt
The Oxford Chancellor
range is tho I "est value in un
all-steel range offered to the
people ol British Columbia
to day.
It is handsome in appearance, solid   in  f.oiistructioii,
designed by competent,   ox- ,
periencc-d st.ove-builders, and
set tip by skilled   workmen.
Before you purchase u
range, examine .some of the
outstanding features of tho
Oxford Chancellor. * *
It will appeal to your judgement-o-jve you, satisfaction
when vou buy-and prove to
the hilt  every - chiiin     our
rnMJlurlfo fonlf, Utirt
Milo eiruttoiu MnnUily
ittttor on whidh wumt-n cue
HENRY'S NURSERIES.
'I   FijrilieSpniy Trade ^ / "
Tented Slook, Seeds   for Farm
Garden, or 'Conaervalory,
ftora'.tlw boKt growt'h* i��f Knglund
.  Franco, Holland, Unl;tdSlule*i
'   '     and Onnadn.       v
Fruit  and Ornamental-Tr-ei*,..
Sniiill Kni'iti*, homo grown
PortllHir-i, U��o yii|)|tlii", Spraying
, tNlitUiri'l-, C!nV  KhuyacM. cito.
IJ-O-imyn OtVTAl.Ot IU K Fit KK,
M.   J.    HENRY
Quo hcvitu,   ISctii Hcusks nnd Poet
'O.IU10 Adtlw ��,
8010 WfiBTMItf BTJitt ROAD,
Brutuh Nurnery, Eottlb Vaucouvor,
Vancouver,
Whon In Courtenay
B.C.
Synopsis   of  Canaduu   Hoaieatead
R9gula ions,
mm.m |    '   * '|
Any avniluble Dominion Lnndi within
tlin Unilwny Belt in British Columbia,
mny ne liompstoiuli'd by any person who
is tho sole head ot 11 family, or nny mai
ovir 18 yearn of nge, to tho exloiit of om
quarter Heotion of 10) aor '8. morooriletfl
Kntry' mmt b-3 undo in-sonally ut t he
Inenl land ollice for the ili-<triol. in iy|)|olt
the Iiuui is Hitiittto. Entry by proxy
mny, however, be made on o-rtiiin po��-
dltiions by the fnthor, nrWlior,8<in, (lntlirh
ter Irothcr or'fiiHtdr uf'rfiicT'ltitoncIinK
lioni'-stendor.      ; .'.'
Tho hanioetem.or Ih rfqnirodto perform
tho  conditions .oonntHptV    therewith
lumler0110 of t' 0. f-i.iJlowiii)�� 'plans;- ,.}'.l'
, (1| Ai'least HlxHKiutlrn'rcsidi'injo upon
iiudoultivHtioH of thn land In onoli yoar
'for throe ypsrH.
(.') If tho fnthor (or mother, If the
fnthor Is (JooduH"(l), of Uio hnmpstqndpr
rcnidpH upon n fui-m in tho vicinity of th��
'liii)doiit<retl for, thn rtvulreniouta na to
rpBiiloneo mny bu HittiHllod by piki'i pornon
rositll i; with tho fnlhcr or niothor.
(M) lf*hi settlor hits IiIh purmanent ro-
Kfdi'tiou upon fnriniiiff land owned by
him In lhe vicinity of hU linmoxk��Htl, the
i-eqiiirpinonts 111111 iftfiilonoe mny bo nut*
ll.id by renldoni'M upon tha Hiiid Innd.
Mix nmtitliH' notide in wiltitiif Hhould
lm (ilvnn 11 thn HoniniiwioiiPr of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to ap
lily for (Mlcnt.
Cii,w���~0,*ii1 mltilnir rltflili mny bo
oftfoil for it period of tweulyniun yoard
nt tin iiiniiinl renliil of'$1 por imro, Not
inorc thnn '.,,'illtl ncros hIiiiiI lio ktnsorl lo
0110 individual'nr ooinp-iny, A rnynlty
nt tho rate of Iivo cpnts per tnti shall bo
I'nllouled on tho lut-rolinntnblo conl niliipil
W.W.OOUY.
Deputy of thr* MinlHter of tlm Intorlnr
N.it. -Untnith(irl/,i*d publiwitlri:i of thiH
HihtnliriCllilMlt wiil imt bo pnid fur.
NEW YORK
CLIPPER
'la-THif nmwarwnr
niHinta a *m wa
IN THE WORLD.
For Sale in Cumberland
by T. E. RATE,
Magnet Cash Store.
Notice In licroby fflvon Mint Thirty,
Day lifter tin to 1 intend to apply to
the Moiioiii'iiiiltv Chief (-'ommiiwlonei*
of Itiuuls -inil1.Wnrk�� for n Mwiiho to
prndpoct' ft'n* i'oii! nnd polroleuin under the foi-(.H'ioro nnd undor tho wuter on the IiimiIm In.nnd oppoiillo \'nl-
(Ioh iHlitnd, Hnywurd lilNtrict., HritiHli
CiiIiiioIiIm,
Cointneoeliitr nt 11 pout pliintpd nn
tlio -nu lioui'h nt the N.W. enrnor nf
fillip -MuiIkp Indian HoHono pout,
Vnldt'H iKlnlitl, Siiywitrd phitrlct.j
llittiu'o tint1  i;nt,t  Ml) ' I'liuiiiN
Notice U hereby gnu:. *
Dayjj .ftfter date I ii.t ;,
tho ITonour|vtt�� Cltf4; . ^it.. . lt.��.
of LaririH ftiid Works tor"ui Lio. him v*
prospect for conl and petroleum undor tho.foreshore and under the water on the lands in and opposite
Vickies IkIhiuI. Sayward District, British  Coliimhia.   '  '' ������
Cominoneinff at a post plmitod on
tho sea titvach ,2 miles" southeriy from
the N.W. corner* of Capo Mudgo Indian ItoflerMo post, Valdes Island,
Sayward ;lfi��triol; thonc* due -tvoHt
80 chains ; ' thence due south' ��� 80
cliains; ihence *i duo east 80 chu'iij,8 ;
thenft* due north 80 chains to place
of comtneiiconioiit.       ...
Dated this 20th day of Noveihbor,
1008.*. C   .��., \t
JOHN JOJTNS.
'.,-'"' 10. Priest, Agent.
���y
Notice is hereby given that Thirty
I>ays*aftcr (lato**! inU'lld to apply to
tho llonnurablo Chief..Commissioner
,o( Ijtinds and Work�� for a License to
prospect for coal unrt. petroleum, under the foreshoro nnd undor tho water on the lands in and opposite Valdes Island, Say-ward District, British
Columbia. ���   -
CoinmonciiiR at a post planted on
the sea bond. 1 mile southerly from
ttie N.W. corner of Cains -Mudgo Indian He'sorve post, ^ri^ldes Island :
thence duo - Went 80 chains ; thonco
duo South 80 chains; thonco duo East
80 chain*;, thence "due North 80
ohains to place of commencement.
Pated this 20th day of November,
1908.
E. PRIEST.
Notice is hereliy given that Thirty
Days after, dato I intend to apply to
the Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works,for a License to
prospect for coal-and petroleum under thc foreshore and under fhe' water on tho lands in nml opposite Valdes Island, Snywurd District, British
Cohunl.iii..
Commencing nt a post, planted on
the sea jbeuch at tho ,S.E. corner ot
Cape Mudge Indian Iteserve "post,
Valdes Island, Sny ward' District, and
being also tho S.W. corner of I-.167;
the*iee due South -10 chains; thonco
due Kust 80 chains: tlience duo North
80 chains; thence doc West JOchaiis
more or less to High Wnto* Mark on
sea beach; thenco South Westerly
along, said sejv ��� bench to place of
compienconiicn'j.
Diited .th'i's 2('t-i dav of November,
W08'. :  '" -
FANNIK'M.  MApfiOWAN.
. V.. Priest. Agent.
Notice is'horoby givon that Thirty
Days alter date i intend to apply to
tho Honourable Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Worts'for a License to
prospect for ..coal and petroleum under the following described lands and
under' the ' foroshore and undor tho
wn.tor on the [lands in Hnd opposite
Vjildes Inland,. Snywurd District, British Columbia.
Commencing at a pout, plnnted on
the sea beach 1. milo southerly from
tho N.W. corner of Capo Sludge Indian Jtcsorvo post, Valdes Island.
Sayward District; thonco due East.
70 chains more or loss to a post ou
the oxtr.uno -Knstern boundary of tho
Buid Indian .Itflserio; thonco diio south
80 chains,along said.Eastern boun-,'
dory of-tndiKfi Icesbi-vo; thonco .due'
Wtfst 7<>,(*hj*iUr*i ���hoo��o?dno N��rMi 80
chains .to. pluct* 'oj.couiinonceiuojit.     .
Dnted* f&W ttiilb tie.?'tif Novcjiihor.
1008,     '*.4-*f, ��..-.'<i/" 1 ���"��� j ,' '
.1;, t.i.Hni.jJi.K.CKHVAtV. .
��� R. I,iie:+t���.AiK'nt.
hi____ ������!��������� >i,}<��.., 'i
.;'*
y'mailm
���N'otlce- tomwrebf ��� fato'tliSt*'-Tfdrty
'i'K" f'W id"Wll. il^ifi'��*.��t'n appJ,y. to
tw Honourublo tfjiiof Coiipniwlonor
of Lrtnfis nnd*Works for a Liwuse to
prospect for coal und petroleum; uudor the foreshore and umlnr tho wn*
ter on tho lands in ami opposite Valdes ..Inl'ind^ S���*#������*<������ r<|. piHtrlct, lii-lt*
Ish ColuinbJH. '
C'omiiienclhg at a post plnnted on
the -KOii bunch nt tho N,W. corner of'
Cupe Mudgo Indian Hosorvo post,
S'lddcw MlntiH, 'Snywiirtl District.;
tlldiiro tine West 10 clmlns; thonco duo
.Smith ,80 chnins; themeo due .Knit-IO"
ollilim; thenco duo North "80 ehalim
to plnco of coinmonrPiniuit,
I In li��l this afith dny cf Novembor,
11108.
MAX.   MA ('(low AN,
Fi,. Priest, .Agent.
Nol ict is lineliy given thnt Vlilrty
l*ey. nfter dnte 1 intend to apply lt>
tlm llonoiiniiilo C'hliji Conunlssloner
of Uiinln and Works for ti Uwneo to
priiKpi'it for nuil nud po'trnlei.iin un*
tlienfi' der the following dcscrlht'd Iniiils sit*
lino Houth    H'(    chii-nsj    theneo due unto Tn  Bu.vwiii'd
Weet 'id ihnlnx; Ihoitn ihio North 80 I,.  71,    yuinsum
chuiiiH tn ptiire of ������cniim'nreniont, wipvii,
1    IM toil thin iK'Ui day of Nnveinber, Cominenrlng
K'OH.        '                                                {roriier'   of hii I
MAIilA'.IAVK I'HfKHT.
I��, Pilest, Agent.
DlKtrlPt mid Ireliif
Hiver   lud In 11 |U��*
toc.kvo Cottoa Wi.*\t Coispound
nt ttiwintli-Ni. I. *11 5*0 1.
J...'j,.,.^   u�� r... ^.t���*4'_ hii   .!_���'. -m
ter *.poct"J enw4, IA per hoi
told tr nil UruraMiwpt �����'���*
ititmmSmmff^ 1 he Courtenay Hotel j UOOPirYiar.   Single Cow, 10 Cli,,'
^INSURANCE.
Fire    aud    Life
I'Vn  !.'{ R:ll!i��li      for
l'ili: t'i..,��Him*.c I'.ttl  ��-..*.i >v
rntes before instiritiK*
Wesloy Willard
Arcui furtlic Royal
nt i iv-erTHmi,
������������������������>���*>������������>������>���������������>���
*.��V.^    VV��tlN...*V**'  .    tV.   (f.V***-   ��.,
Tha Oentitl Hot*>l for Bport��tncn
Nnni* bm the lk*��l nf \Vnie�� and I.'t|iioti
���il the |t;ir.
HATES nRAS'iVABLR
3AWPLS OQPY FRES,
flUNK QUEEN PUB. CO. (LH),
tiwnii.noiii. ������ i'M<U.-.HKiw,
Mui.****.       **w t*,,i mt.. NM* Voir
Nntb-tt is hereby given thnt Thirty
Dnys nftor tlnle I intend -In nppl.v to
tin* llu tour.ililr Chief CiMniiiiii-ilniier
of LihuIh nod W'tirvH tnr n Lb"i4nm> tn
|iron;ii*''t fm- nuil nnd pcti'nl'Miiii under ih* ftilln-ttlng dcHcrllmd binds hM-
imtit in Snywurd plstrlet, llrlllsh
Cobniililii. !
Cninini'iielng nt n post pin tiled nt j
Un* U.K. ��'.iiiicr of Tiiulwr I^iiiwi No,,
40- ilienw- iim, M'i**.i tn eliM'n4.: llimirnl
line Ni rth .'"i i'i.i us' thin e* (t'ie K.i-'U t
!"> .'.;.*,   '.'���' '       '   ib   ���''���',
(liniii'.  tn ),bi(i*  (if I'ltinnieiieeiTii'Tl*-
|    Muted this Uf.ll. day of NVtvember. j
M18,
ItOV  PTlfKHT.
V,. Vtleat, Agent
��� mm �������������
duhrt Juhiifcton,    Prop
FOI.  .SALK
.fiT-fiy   liull onlvt'n   fr'.m flrnt
irir.it ��fiwk.���Apply to Win, l-uii*
in.,.-, n u,
t.i!
Get your Job Printing
done at the News,
OU>   NBVSI'AI'EUH^FOT.
MALK AT TUB S^h* OFF [(JE-
nut,i*.- ncxnuKt). .
Notiee >h lii.ri.vy elven Hint Thirty
Pnys nfter itiiif, i iu'eiitl tn imply lo
the IlnitotiniMf* Chief Coinniisuloner
of T^snt'i mid V' i'i t fm* it I,ieniu to
li����'*��-����*""t f'it' i��el Mini ti('*r<di*uiii un*
rl'.r 'he follow tne dcfi-lh** I Inntts nII ���
note in Htiv**n.-d ti'lfel. lti*)��l*����i
Co'tntiHn
("itni'H"iirin"' ��i n cost t��ir��t��t*����t ��'
llu* .i.i i ei ...' l.,-i i . ��� i, tl. ���* , >'i,
lioiii'ditty nl h-xid I'll ���'*;��� ili'tin* due
fiiiitS HI rltalns: tlu-v.. die XKeei
MO .!iiii|in inure ... I,**. 1 , lit- **iV'Ut
l*Vt.i rmner of, Hulnwim Ititrr Tn-
tl'no Meicrx* T/it 71; tbi;*!* doe
*(-'t*b *�� rli.'ilt.?-. itii-rr,'. ,b,f. !*'�����,' l\0
phnbl*  lr�� ftnr.* <��f r'itii*��w��*tri��tiv��iil
Pefed  Itiirt 3**11   i'hv  cf Vovember.
.IfillV  .ttill-SH
1 t V VAeat   *vc��*m
nl tliii North West
Itt'Mi've; thenco (hid
Kiwt *�����> chnins moro or liyw lo tlin
North Hunt cDfiit'i; of nnld Honorve;
thenet. tli.e Houth Al cliulti morn or
less in the Houth Kant ttirnar of mtiil
IIOHerve; thence dot* Wej(t 7fi elllllim
mnn. nr 'en t't tlie Wttudi Went currier nf snid Hiiseive on (J'linwim HIv*
t*f, thence .Vor'h KnMerly nlong
Uuinsiim Illver tn *he NurCi West
corunr of lie erve ptme nf rbnmienco-
inon*.
I>��ted UilH.u'ith dny nf N.i'-emher,
tOOtt,
���'���   .*  " C'T.IVIA  PIIIF.R'I'
I',, fiiesi, Agent.
Notico is i,.*|-..|.y Ki,',.,'i that 'liufty
IbiyN after dsle I intend to n.i>*,tly tn
ihu lloiniuial'lr ( ,ii,i| t.irnim siionur
of I^iurlM nnd Worl.ti for n Ueeamt Ut ���
|il'i��mw*ft for cttul .��inl |.i��ti.i|.ttirn un-
..vi ut* iiiiitiMitiK ttti.rf ui'.'ti minis mul
under the fun Attn h ml uiidej- the
���aliter on tlio Ilik'h n nri't (i|Uio-*ilu
Viilde.'. iiliuet, Hti.v f��nj IHhtrl't, Hel*
llsh Cnlmnliln.
ComTtiiinin; at n ihwI plnnM  on
the nen lieiiefc. *i *ii|l-,�� -"OiiH-i-riy ftmn
tln�� NM*. enrner ,>t  Cere M.tdttc   In*
dniii    ll**w*r**��   ������������������    Niili'.nt   Ittomi,
t-taywsrd Plftricl. T.i>.-t*i dim Knut
7*' '-h.i|u. iiu.'.* or .i.**,.. i,, i�� p.,hf. lw*
ing thf N.W. itrui-r ,,! l��� }t\", alao
th'4 Kni*lei*ii itoim larv nf mtil f!��pf
Mudge Imlmn Pt-crrve, V,wt\ e dm
tuMith 00 iit*|i.i�� lb.H��e��> ��ba* W(*t 70
clinim*: lb-*nra tine North t*�� rtinlOt
lo i'ttre t.f ���t,,*TiBj*-*-i*i,i#*r*l, ',
tbitmd this 4i*.|.*i H��v nf Vn>*em*r**��,
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. *'j*-mm li*tt*'i&*t" i THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  mysanrmrt  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  Next Week  STODDART    The Jeweler  1!  CUMBERLAND CITY  COUNCIL.,  Statement for the year 1908.  mmmmm  mwmmitt  lfi  ������������������*m*ota������fMt*t������������������������������������!  MBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made to Order  from $20 to 835     All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ���������  e������ee������sc������������*w  Health Officer's Report  For Year Ending  Dec, 21st, m  To Mayor aod A Mermen of   the  City of Cumberland, B.C.  '    ��������� '��������� ���������  Dear.Sirs:���������The p>st half jear  '"������������������fcas been one of exceptional freedom  from  the usual epidemic*���������not a  sinple case of meaale?, scitrlet fever,.  whooping cough or diphtheric hav*  ���������^-ing-been-reportedT���������A-few~ca8*es-oL  chicken pox have occurred, but of  a mild type.-  Epidemic Infantile diarrhrea, the  -scourge of ao many towns in sum���������  mer and autumn, did not vi.*il us  this year* Th������B may be attributed  in pert to the climatic conditions  and lo the fact that a bi-daily Stip*  ply of fresh milk meaessily obtain*  alio.'"  The sprefence of smallpox  in  " ^eighboiing; towns, holb on Vanoouver Island and ori tbe mainland  and it*-1 vtomparatSfve prevblence in  E'iiUe.;a Canada haa/necessitated a  canTfuTsfaieh owa* k#p������ on incon.  iog trains for suspect**} cases, This  - is mill conlinaed and any suspect-  careu will he promptly quurrnniin-  ed. Our pa it and p rea-int exemption is no guai'r*nt������e for tho future  and w������" cannot tell haw soouA anna  of tlmt b-.illi.iome disease may ap ���������  pear iu our midst.  Tlio universally recognized mean*  fur prevention of smallpox it vaccination, aud I itppond hero for  y.-tsr careful perusal, u pumplilot  recently i������fued by tlie Provincial  floiud of Health, entitled, "Fuels  About���������Vacoinutlon,"'whicii proven  um.clvwively thc necueuiiy and tho  o.ionnouH vuluo of vncuination to  Uio Individual'and community in  prcvutitiug the contraction und  spread uf smallpox.  As iv -nop towardn the desired  jjoul, 1 would recommend that at  thvbuginningof the school your  Oioh child lie rvquirsd to nhow a  certificate of vaccination before being permitted to intend the schools  Some punmtti, through ignorance  m..y demur, but few will perrUt in  llmir objurations when tin* beiuil.B  of VHCcinution are explained lo  thom.  Tho Council U to bo conurululai*  ed on httvinn supplier.! a biiR-lelt  want hy liUcco.'Bfully Instulling n  nnvf rowor main of ti'.o and a  '" branch from it ttlonit, tho mitln street  to thu now post olllco building, li  is hoped that tho policy oi replannig thu old wooden newer drain*  bv *1������M9 of tile, an occmIoi, ro-  qulrw, will Jn future be adopted so  that in a fow years wo muy huve n  mwmi' nyitoui wliloli will bu a ciedit  titho town nnd a boon to the  heal, h and eom'orto. iu dllium*,  Tlie duiiiei* have hMo ������"���������'���������> inn-t-o  tnd and fouud in a rallslnotory con*  dilliitt, lWpBCtfully DUbmlncd  GEO. K. MacNAUCUITOS,  Wilt Clinton, Inland Monni-i*,  Ml** U Blflkl* ttix! Mm. Thomas  J! klo and Mile Mnrdock wmt  t*.-.������,i.iRars to Victoria by tiatnr*  ^/���������boa*.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service  between Vaucouver,  Nanaimo, Union, Comox, by   tho  steel Clyde built twin ������crew  steamer "COWICHAN"  Snilingas under���������  Loaves   .*'.ucouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nmaimo, Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, Stand ������y. 6 u m  Arrit-es Comox,   Sunday 8am  Rouruiug:���������  Leaves Comux, Sunday 4pm  *       Loaves Union Suudny 5pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vancouver Monday 7am  Stage leaves Union for Cumberland ivory Sunduy morning on arrival of 'COWICHAN;" and leaves Ouraberlaud Hotel  at 1 p m, connecting with ateau.er at  Ueion. ���������     '���������     ������     '  Funeral Direc-t  i  tor and  Em-i  balmer  ���������woaofttattc iwi  Houae       Ralatnfl-    ne-  iicwluv  it  Foundations J  Carefully Attcu c   to.  Cumberland,  J), c.  CIVIC NOMINATIONS.  Tho list of candidate! nominated Inst Monday, wore ns follows:  FOR MAYOR:  Alilot'ttimi McDonald.  11. ll, Kolmrtiiou,  KOKALDKUMKN:  North Ward  V. Partridge, Acclamation,  K. Horwood, acclamation,  Mi.ldlu Ward.  T. E, Bute, iMicliuiiiition.  D, Daniels, neclmnntiun.  South Ward.  T. Uiekl������,  J,   .1,   .11C i.ti.d,  Janice SU'warl,  tichottl Trustee,  C, .1, Piuulinm,  Thomas Hitiitittriiinit,  ���������*"���������'' ���������-",'**���������%������**~n i ��������������������������� ���������  Mrs.   Murk . Morgan -arrived  ltuiiio by Friday'* boat.  -���������"  U. Hahu'ow, Jno, Colbert, the  MiiWt* I.iuirtuiid (JittMiiilu Ahrnnin  and Mrs, GillaiiilerN wore jmsspn*  guru by Saturday's boat.  .J *������  The temperance meeting held  lost Thursday evening, iu the interest of local option, wns fairly  well attended, considering the  severe weather. Mra. Spoffurd  the speaker ol the evening, delivered a very able address aud  is a pli'iuutit aud fluent speaker.  RECEIPTS..  Cash bal. brought for'd  .Dog tax     ....  Band stand, collections  Hank loan on drain acct  Night watchman   Trade licenses........  Road tax   Scale account.........  Scavenger   Hall account   Police court   Real estate tax.......  Drain accouut  *������������������>���������������������������  3ao 30  86 oo  68 so  1500 bo  479 75  2277 50  316 00  29 00  1189 50  73 25  637 95  1958 10  6 85  Bank on sewer....    1500 00  3691 67  Certified correct. *  FRANK   PARTRIDGE  City Auditor for 1908  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Total  ���������   1894a 70  EXPENDITURE  Advertising account.*      75 30  Baud stand .-.      64 65  Fuel       20 00  Drain ace't  uew sewer $1864 74  Drains ....      93 02  1 ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  Tool account..  Dog tags......  Council   chambers....  Night watchman......  Jail acccount  Building new cell...  Election account......  Fire protection   Road tax���������refund.....  Scale account  Inspection fees   Light accouut. streets,  l ity hall & police court  Scavenger account....  J fall account.".   Health account.  Stable accouut    v  _J*t_Winger_i   6  $1  ��������� ������������������>���������������������������  957 76  8 50  3 25  3 20  502 00  45 34  46 50  8 85  2 00  4 00  438 25  366 00  46 02  *34 60  00  Ii. Crawford 103 60  J.W.Biyded    28 50  A.H.Peacey 2 00  S. Reiser.. 4 00  R.Grant&Co    1 27  H. Mitchell  Water   Sundries...,  54 3������  4 5������  5 ao  209 37  Cumberland Public  aud  High School..    1900.  Isolation hospital.... 9  Oflice account  Assin't & tax  noticen etc 29 00  Auditor.... 10 00  Postage.... 4 00  Telegrams.. 9 95  Btatiouerj... 6 05  Heaton'sAgy   1 25  42  95  Police court  Fuel........  5 00  P.P.Harrison  55 00  Mr, Palmer  5 00.  Sundries  Insurance,,  48 50  Grading..  ���������52 5������  C.H.Tavbell  ���������4 *5  W. McLellan  18 15  J.Bradslww  16 as  Interest on  overdraft  68 45  Sundries,.,,  22 85  Di-condt on  cheques....  1 00  60 2J)  65 00  *34*  Salary���������-City Clerk....   300  Salary���������Magistrate ..    300  Salaries  Joe Bonzn   9170 00  R, Hornal    850 00  T. Wilson    5i*������ 00  1530  Sidewalk account 51  Cash on hand  Deposit iu Royul Bank,,44b  H  00  00  894a  00  05  59  70*  ASSETS  Uncollected out stand  ing ou real estate.... aoo 00  ditto night watchman     5 50  ditto scavenger    32 50  ditto Dominion Gov't  cheque for draining  uew i*wt oflice 1000 00  (1238 00  LIABILITIES  Balance due  B. C Pottery Co,  sewer acct   {041 67  Wages due R.S. ttob-  .  ertson on sewer  contract.     1150 00  Overdraft���������Royal  STATEMENT   OF     KECEIPTS  AND EXPENDITURE OP  PUBLIC AND   HIGH  SCHOOLS FOR 1908  Teaohera' salaries. .$5,410.00  Janitor  450 00  Repairs to school and putting in glass  99 50  Scavenger.  55 00  Supplying and repairing  blinds,  14 10  Water rate...!....  15 25  Secretary's salary....... 25 00  Postage............     .. 3 50  Insurance policy, 3 years. 120 00  Painting.......... .... 75 00  Coal..*.*.....  76 50  Drawing models...  16 50  Globe....  9 25  Maps  .......... 10 00  Chalk.-.."... .....*...... 4 80  Glass and hardware..... 134 45  Freight, hauling &  wood 43 95  Dues to TrUBteei' Ass'n.. 3 0C!  Painting windows and  blackboards  14 50  Lumber  16 6f���������  Advertising & incidentals 65 97  Total expenditure    $6,662 87  Respectfully submitted,  THOS. H. CAREY, Sec'y  Taos. Bannbrman, Chairman  Jan'y., 1909���������Found correct.  Fhank PAUTiuDtiE, Auditor  Jan'y. 6th, 1909  ������������������-=-==REGMBT8r-^���������������������������-  Total Gov't Grant to public and high school. .$3810 75  Ditto to Camp Pupils...,   753 7t  High School fves.. ......    198 Ot  City of Cumtpiland..... 1900 4;  Totnl receipts  $6,662 8*.  Oertific.l correct.  F. PARTRIDGE '  *'..-:. Auditor fori 90f  A Scientific Wonder.  The Secret of a Famous  Healing Balm.  The re-dipoovery of a socrot tlmt I n  lain bildon in the dust of UOoeuturUm if  mi event full tif fiiBciimting iutrt-st, am  lhe Htoii/of Zuin-Unk, the  worl If me*  Hrat uiil snd *kin euro will ������lw������y*s tnlibf  tittcnllon,   Zmi-Hlik Is thn vir u I dec  oendnnt of those vl-ouder-ul snd mynti*rl-  diih herbal b.lmo by tho uko nf whiua tin  ranulv uthlftciof Ancient Greece mc  the stftlwiirt ({lndlntora of Homo oiimucd  tho henlthiuoti   ond rendy-l onllnff 01  tLclr skin,  Mnny were tho nttsinpts tbnt wen  mndo to pruduoe a produce a forfeit  bulla for tht shin, bat only in Znm-Kuk  Ims tlio Idonl boon roaliz<-d, Sitfto it.  discovery ZMii-D'ik hsa bwm welooniwi  In msmlon und oottai*������, and tho pauplit  uf two horai.pheros reiilizwl that tbu;  imvs lw-ii jilwed In puMosiilou of nn nb*  noluttily uiili|ua euro for skin onmplulutr*  iho roaiiotiH for (bis tr unipli nf hoIouci  aro vinplo nnd fow. Inuhit n losnoi  (rum the Aii'lu's, the propilutori ol/.un..  thst til nil Widely (li'oidud 'lint thn idonl  bnim ramt bo purely herbal nnd contain  not tliv Hllglitest traoo ot rntiuid unlit nl  fnt������ or H ���������0111.111 inlnernls. Thin Ziiin.  huk i* mudo sololy frnn riou a d pnrv  osseiitioa ob allied from obtniuod from  om-t'ilu rura tnedioliml htrbn,    Thooo Jut-  0 ������ sudoxlrft.tinro prop-rod nndrolln 1)  iiy itiue ions Duiontlflu proot'Sios ������nj then  so Hkilfuily blended thnt a unique, ettet)-  tive, snd yot p ttvdly minrd proparaticn  Htr illMptillii-.fr skin dboHse Is si curd.  /..m-Uiili hu nu ufllaity (or the hiimnn  skin suoh ns uo onliuury <*iutment or llu*  Himmt uftn possibly jioshosis ltonide������  snnlhtni- tmln snd ������ll������>f ������ Irrltillon, It  (KiHsosneti tinlqtie uniis-p Io snd uarmici-  dnl qualitim whioh virtitiilly altiiwe uu-  1 Hue pruis out of tlieir bldinfi'plHOtw Id  tho skin tl-suouj at thu saute bum it pui-  iftoi the \imoa nud iuvitforvtes H>o untur*  nl fnnotiiin- *t tlio sklu iu a wny thnt 00  o>hor pripnrnUou oan  Zmn-Iluk ioJvrt io ��������� ptrleol mnnntr the  problom of always hsvln-flinudy nt homo  or ut onu'a work au ���������vor-tsndy ai.d roll-  ablo llrst aid fur out������, luirus sonlds bruises, Uoerntious, ���������oratuhw, am. Znm-Hnk  in wt'huut tqual for ccmuw, ulc-ri piles,  bnd lotfi rliiKWorm. soslp sores, ftttoring  Moron, H,ntlituiilitliif������������, jiultwuuJ truuadti  ���������'f all kiada, ,'noe lores, ohatiof, olmpjied  lisods, culd-sarou, frost-bltw, wie feel,  dtsenseil nnhlm, nad all lUtblug, Irritntiuo.  and liitlumnutlon-  Znin-Huk ia ��������� daily uead In orsry bouse  bold aiid in aold ty stl diWtfk-* ���������*"' ttont  at Wo a box. Rofuss hsriuful and dan*  (.(iMiissulistltut** sotnet tnM"puibid" as  lHnn(|,'justiM|*������od."  11  n  it  i*  Capital. 83,900,000  Kkskrve,$4,300,0<;0  Assets,   $4G,4C0,(K)0  Dnpoiyi.,S33,10li,000  *==Money Orders ~jtrss^s=:  Ratks.  $5 and under         .      .      . a Cents  Over   *J5and not exceedinjc $10 tCenta  Over $10������ind not exceeding$30 If,Cent*  Over $30 iind not exceeding $50 16 Cents  i>  it  The������ Money Orders are payable withowt  oost ia any   Chartered  t-antr   tin   ^ann/ln  ��������� Bank iu Canada.  ^       Intorost Added Four Times a Yoa.   in Savings Bank.  0  t A S. NETHERBY,   **������* ��������� >������    |  memfmwmee --������i*-*sii^-**^ ���������<���������������**-������*--i<  k"    A IH A      Merchant   .  1\.   /AlLy/-\       TAILOR  LADIES'TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY,  SUITS CQAt>H TO   OROEH flflD  IM AflV STYliB YOU UUS8.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BERL AND,  B. C.  ���������Se^ex^������*^^ ��������� It���������999*7903#������������Og������������������3  fRight Price ^furniture Stprel  We are now phoning particular value*, iu Wall Paper, 1909 patterns  LinoU-uu*'?, Lace Curtains, Riikp, Blankets hud Comfortera. A  full line of Sidebnards, BuffentB, Chin*. Cabinet?, Drossers and  Stands, Music Catiiuets, aud ninuy other articbe of uxceptional  values ae Xmas proseuts.  During the month ������f December every dollar loft in our sh: p, ei  ther on account or for c.<sh, will entitle you to one chauca for Iho  Big Prizes uow sbowi'.g iu our window, to be dmwn for Xmas Eyo.  Tlie Right Price  Furniture'Store.  A. McKINNON,  J. H. COLLINS  $  Manager.  Jinlpe lJairl**on   wa*   In  towu  lust w'val*.  I-  INow Come and Seel  What I Have Got !    .-  " ,*    -   ���������' ���������  That is good, durable and fancy in the line of Xmas and  New Year's Presents. All my lines are now complete in  everything. Inow take this opportunity of thanking one  and all of niy ctfstomers in the past, and hope to serve them  better than ever in the future.  I MoLEAN  %    , J5NG1UVING ON ALL PURCHASES PONE FUNIS,  X^!XS)������*?X8>*^ ������<^������X!i&������������������������*^^  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������v        *<r*994>99  % While in Cumberland Deal With  i>  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers iu Fresh and Salt Meatsand Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webst������r, Manager.  **  ii  *������  n  o  o  n  t*  ���������������������������-��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������� 4  t*  IK  inmimniumimtunitoniu-mimHi  IIBIMiWIItTHiWIWIMiaillH^^S^  MAROCCHI BROS  T  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  AgcnfK for Union llrewing Compnny,*i BKKR and  PORTWR,      Wlmlwolc Dealers In all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  ri***t>***"*������lfflp*MMIMilMI^^  ij)_cOU  in  Prizes  <Away  Given  every   mouth absolutely FRRI5   with  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR  Kvcry 49 lb sack of ROYAL STANDARD FI,OUR leaving  out mills coiilciius n numbered coupon. On the lust day of each  month 10 numbers will bc drawn and published iu the first oi issue oi this paper following, To each one holding the duplicates  of these numbers., we will, upon the letuvn to us of thc coupon,  deliver free of all charges to any address, a HANDSOME CHINA  DINNKR SET of 109 pieces, value ias.oo.  Full particulars ou the back of each coupon. BROIN SAVING TI1UM TO-DAY. REMEMBER Wc guarantee every  sack of Royal Standard to be tbe purest, sweetest and most whole  aome bread Slow on the market.     Manufactured only by  Vancouver Hilling & Grain Co., Ltd,  VANCOUVER,   B. C.

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