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 /  Tip^WJ-OpI^  \������    'X-'C'    ^i&.-S&mS  /'���������-���������  1  \.  NEWS.,  A Journal Devoted Bspeolally, :to the In������ei*-e.st.s of Comox District.  TKE NEWS.-SlfVENTRKNTH YEAR,  CUMBERLAND. B. C.,*TUESDAY,    JAN..  20,   1908  Subscription $2.00 a Yhak.  '*$.  i  .\  9^tmm9miW*ik*4*i**^m  t'T'  Ple&se Note  AT-  ��������� r*        ' ������������������ .,  Xhe_Bia~���������S tom:  ��������� Our GREAT JANUARY CLEARANCE-SALE closes on Saturday  tlio SOth inst.     '. .     : ^  Repleivshyour wiirclroba-for littlo money, ns'coBt will out noff Riire  these uext few d.yH and you cnnn t well'nfford to aius tliis lakt oppj-.tun-  ity, . ...,-���������'  SIMON LEISER' & Co., Ltd.  THE   UttAGflET  CflSfl  STO������->E.  . The Phonograph is something that  will give more real wholesome pleasure than anything else you could buy.  .'A full line of instruments and all  the* new,....records. Sole agency for  F' -Cumberland and. District.  W  THANKING .  My many Customers for  '. their patronage during the  past year and solicit a  continuance of same for  1909,  Watch this Ad Next Week.  f  SALE  Council Meeting.  evening,  tf'  FOR XMAS  OS3X  AND  NEW YEAR'S  TRADE  ��������� *    *���������*  We carry ** the choicest selections  of Candy-���������Robertson's Chocolates  in %, }4 and i lli fancy boxes.  Christie 4Brown Fancy Biscuits-  Graham Wafers, Soda Crackers,  Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes,- shipped to us direct from the factory,  so that tcy arc crisp and fresh.  J. McPHEE &SONS,  l) wnnuiir Avenue Cumberland, B, C       *m  *^������     ;, ��������� jh jfgfjj  [OS  ���������uj* im. v tiwrf ���������jw.a.'uw  mmmmmmmmmm  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOUCITER  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  ""# . . ' . "     '    '  DUNSMUIR AVENUE        CUMBERAND, B, C.  A short   meeting of llie  Council was   held   last  there ��������� being    present   Aldei'.nen  Date, Partridge' Horwood, Daniels, Hleklo, "Stewart nnd tlio Mayor.  Tlio'iii'mutes or previous meeting woro adopted "nn read.  Accounts, 0. H.   Tarbell, $10.  DO; B. Crawford, ���������%52.45} F. Dal  lo*. #15,00  Five special police ou night of  fire, $3.5^ pitch ordered paid.  Alderman Unto moved and it wns.  pussod, that tho Mayor and City  Clerk lw 0111 powered to sign all  cheques,  School Hoard estimated ox pen*  ditiiro for tlio year 100U: teachers  salmius, $5005.00; janitor, ?*150;  scavenger, 800; coal, $100; wuod,  $25; repairs, $200; blackboards,  $80; liieidontttls,   8200;    Total  aaa  At last meeting of tho   Municipal Council Mr, P. P.  Harrison,  dn behalf of Pilsener llrowing Co.  who intend erecting a brewery ami  ice   plant   hero   valued    about  $28,000,00 mode application for 11  bonus in tho shape of a flat rate of  taxation and free licence fora mim  ber of yonrs.    After hearing tlio  application ono could not hdp but  como to the conclusion that a large  industry of this kind could  tm ol  benefit to tho city anil it. wn������ u  question /.f their bul bii ug within  tho city limits and tho city receiv  Inn the tnxnrioii to Imiaciiwl upon,  or of building a fow feet ouUido  tho limits, und the city receiving  nothing.   The Omindl wero unable to discuss the matter nt tlm  meeting nml samo was adjourned  10 Wednesday next.  The general iuiprcaaiou that tlm  Com {.any were asking for free taxation Ac is absolutely incorrect.  s������Jlmrejielnu no further business  fWCotnif.il adjourned.  '  On tho ovening of Wednesday  nst, Mr. Sandy Bnird hold his  concert in'tho Cuniberlniul Hall,  which proved to be quite a success,  Every number was renderod without a hitch. Quito an acquisition  to the programme was somo new  talent, which had not been heurd  hy"h Cumberland attdionco before,  and which received somo.. hearty  encores. "Sandy" Baird render*  ed some very good character song*  .interspersed with comic sayings,  which ko^tUie audience vory much  tun used. Tho concert was well  patronized.  STARTS   MONDAY  JANUARY   25th  GREATEST BARGAINS EVER ,  OFFERED IN  CUMBERLAND  Every Article Must be Sold    r  During the Next Ten Days  LailioK'nndCbildie-a'8 Flimin-leUeUnd-rWear and Night Gowns,  Ladies' Wcolen Vests aud l)ra������er������, Lndiea' and Children's Coals and  Skirts, Ohildreu's Dress, s, Honiery, Belts, Millinery, Dreea Goods and  Muslina.   &T We have many other bargains to oiler jou.  SALE STARTS DA, M.   '    COME WITH THE CROWD.  M. L. MASTERS  Sale Takes Plaoe iu Siddall's Store.  CUMBERLAND  SEIUOUS ACCIDENT.  AVillio Thompson son of Mr. D.  Thompson was severely'���������injured  last Tuesday night in No. 0 mine,  Ilo was riding on 11 loaded trip of  boxes, nnd when going through a  curtain wus drawn from tho earn  onto the vails, tho wheel**, pausing  over his body. Threo ribs and his  collar bono was broken, beside so  vera internal injuries. Wo are  pleased to hear that h������ is In a fair  wuy to recovery.  LO.Y. R. Dance.  On last Friday ovening the  Loyal Orango Young Britons held  a Social Dance in tho Cumberland  Hall, The attendance was vory  birgp, filling the hull to it������'utmost  capacity. Refreshments woro served during the ovening, Tho  Music was supplied,by Mnvdock's  Orchestra, which rendered some  excellent (.elections foi thodannera  Dancing was kept np to a lute hour  when everybody dispersed, having  had one of the pleawintost evenings  over ppent' in Cumberland, nnd  hoping that it would not be long  beforo the Young Britons would  givo another of .such successful  dances,  The Cumberland & Uuion Five  llrlgadu will hold tho������r niunial  masquerade ball oji St, Patrick's  Day March 17th.  A Night With Burns..  On Monday evening, hist, the  Scotchmen of Cumberluiid celov  hrated    Burns'   Anniversary   by  holding a banquet and   dance in  tho Cumberland Hall. The number thnt attended was one of the  largest ovor seeu at a banquet in  Cumberland.'   About   9   o'clock  everybody sat down to partake  of  tho Bploudid spread, which wa*  provided by Mrs. Piket in a most  vapnblo iiiaimei'.    After ���������satisfy.-  log the Inner man,   Mr.  Alo.\.  Somurvlllo,   tho chairman of thn  evening, called   the gathering  to  order when a toast  li������t,,wna goim  through.   After the banquet, tho  lloov was cleaved and dancing \vw  itidiilged -in   by   those present,  to the strains of music furnished  by Mews Murdock, Vater, Kit's*  set ami  Sutherland!   which   was"  kept up till ������������������we sina ho'tni," everyone  going    home expressing  themselves   as  having   ������piuit  *,  most enjoyable evening.  Tl  J. Bruce left Uy 8. 8. Cowichan  on Sunday last for Vancouver.  FIRE       FIRE      FIRE  Put out of business, But for it few dnys only. What stock was savod  from thn Kirn i������ in tint Citv IIill awaiting the sf'nval of the appraiser and  to soon ft<* ti sotth niont i* I'miched with th'1 iiisMWice. Oo., w������ wilt open up  there with n oig 8lie and slaughter oif everything thnt whs wived. This  will be tho grouest opportunity ever nlTered the pooplo of On iii borland to  get Ilarguilis, 80 wail a fow day* and sou what inunoy you can save. Car.  pouters will start al once building a InrAi and up-to-date storo and when  eotiiplntt'd, will open up with a liiiyer ami better stock than over, In tliw  meantime we will continue to do busbies*   iu  the City Hall,   WATCH  THIS SPAOK NKXT WKKK  N. IV-We takt tl.ln nppirlnnity of tlmukinB tlio oitb.������a������ who ao kiodty aa  natod m dnritig the flw, alau tha City Atitliitreiwi fur at n*wt������r*>8������ly leaving  tlio City italt at our .tiay-aatl     ..........  Campbell Bros.  i THE NEWS, CUMBEHLAMD. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  axa  MU  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  Next Week  STODDART    The Jeweler  I  CUMBERLAND CITY  COUNCIL,.  Statement for tbe year 1998.  lfi  S. ISAKA.    PROPRIETOR  ������*���������*������  Ladies1 and Gentlemen's Suits  Made to Order  - from ?2o to $35������  All Work First Class   .  I^etfect Fit Guaranteed.  President Koosevelt. and Common  JJoriesty.  |'In these last days of President  Roosevelt's,administration it is a  pleasure to think how often in  thesecoiuras wo have had the pri v.  iliges of agreeing and disagreeing  with him," writes the editor of  Woman's Horae Companion for  January, ,4Mr. Boorfovelt lias  made miNtakes, as he would be tho  last to deny, but lie has done the  country one service which is not  ���������written 011 the Btatnte books or on  -the-statute-bookso^onHhe-records  of bis official ochierements. He  has promoted in the papers which  the people read, and, more important, in the minds of the people  themselves, au active discussion of  questions that had become shelf  worii from neglect. He has givon publicity to the Ten Cauiniand-  mettts; ho has refurnished the  Beatitudes; he has   popularized  ,��������� Common Honesty, For these  things let us give him credit."   .-.,..  .    i������i,''*. .     'il  There is going to be a boxing  tournnment'on Saturday Jan, 80th  in the Cumberland Hull, between  Kid Brown and Young Jones.  UNION S.S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service  between Vancouver,  N.-iQuimo, Dliiott, Cnmox, by  the  steel Glyda built twin ������cit*w  ateamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing as under��������� ���������  Leaves V������!,ooaver, Saturday 8 p or  Arrives NanBi'mo, Saturday 12 p m  Arrivaa Unioa, Siind������y (in  Arrives Comox, Sunday 8 a tn  Returainjr:���������  Leaves Comox, Sunday 4 p ra  Lc-res Uaion Suuday 5pa*  Arrive* Maoaimo, Sunday 11 p na  Arrives Vancouver Mouday 7am  Stage ls������?e������; Onion fur Cutnberlani evory Sunday morniug on arrival of' COW-  IUttAN;"-and-iMVea-GawMrlaad Hotel  at 1 pm, oonnecttag with ateamer at  Daion.  Miinniattee������������������eee  CARD OP THANKS,  Mrs. Delancy and family,- take  this opportunity of thanking*,: all  the dear friends and neighbors who  su kindly assisted in life's greatest  triiil, and who have bo3ii with us  in our bereavement and by .kind  words and kindly acts hare tried  to losson onr sorrow,  The boxing tournament to be,  given on Jan'y 80th; promises to  bo ono of the biggest attractions  of thu season.  RECEIPTS.  Cash bal. brought for'd  Dog tax.... -. .  Band stand, collections  Bank loan on drain acct  Night watchman.....  Trade licenses   Road tax....  3*������������ 3������  86 oo  68 so  1500 00  479 75  2*77 50  .........    316 00  Scale account.........      29 00  Bank on sewer..  1500 00  ������������������-*���������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 9000 A # Of.*)  3691- 67  Certified correct.  FRANK   PARTRIDGE  City Auditor for 1908  Scavenger   Hall account  Police court....  Real estate tax.  Draiii account..  Total   -������������������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� e ���������  ��������� ��������� e .������. e t 1  e a a a a e  % a * * * 1  1189 50  73 25  637 95  1958 10  6 85.  ���������J5894-? 70  EXPENDITURE  Advertising account..      75 30  Band stand... .'.      64 65  Fuel       20 00  Drain acc'i  new sewer ^1864 74  Drains.....'     93 oa  1 ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� .1  S1957 76  4  .    8 50  3 25  3 20  502 00  Tool account  Dog tags.  Council ^chambers....  Night watchman   Jail acccouut  Building new cell...  Election accouut......  Fire protection..-. ;*...  Road tax���������refund. .*..  Scale account  Inspection fees. .....  Light account, streets,  City hall & police court  Scavenger account....  Hall account.       46 02  Health account.'     134 60  Stable accouut  G. Winger $   6 00  B. Crawford 103 60  J.W.Bryded   28 50  45 34  46 50  8 85  2  00  4  00  438  366  35  06  STATEMENT   OF    RECEIPTS  AND EXPENDITURE OP  PUBLIC AND* HIGH  SCHOOLS FOR 1908  Teachers' salaries........:.15.410.00  Janitor.........-...-.....   450 00  Repairs lo achool and putting in glass........     09 50  Scavenger......      55 00  Supplying and repairing  blinds.........   Water rate   Seoretary'a salary.;....;  Postage.............     ..  Insurance policy, 3 years.  Painting...,,..... ....  Coal........ ..........  Drawing models.....������...  Globe....,. .-���������..;..."... ,,.'.,  Maps.......".  Chalk.  Glass and hardware.....  Freight, hauling <fc  wood  Dues (0 Trustees' Ass'n..  Painting windows and  blackboards   Lumber   Atlvtriising & incidentals  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  C_mAi,.***3,9CO,000.  Rbsbrvb, 14,300,000  Asswra,   *tM6,*iOO,0!������  DiPo<n.*y $38,700,000  'Money Order#=a~rs=  Ratbs.  15 and under        - eCen-U  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10     6 Centa  Over 910 and n ot exceeding 130     I', Cents  ' Over $30 and uot exceeding 950     15 Cents  These Money Ordera are payable without  dost in any  Bank iu Canada.  Chariarecl < -,  ."   *���������' ''   ''     ���������:��������� ���������   - '  fFuneral Direc-j  i tor and Em-i  balmer  Hoiiec       Haloing;    He.  ��������� riewing  tt  Foundatlonaj  CarefUll? Atteii r  A.H.Peaeey  S. Leiser..*  R.Graut&Co  H. Mitchell  Water......  Sundries....  a 00  4 00  x. 27  54 30  4 50  5 20  1 m m a e * -a *  , a * a-m 'e * * a ** a a m a n ���������  u 10  15 25  25 00  3 50  120 00  75 00  76 50  16 50  9 25  10 00  4 80  134 45  4395  3 00  14 50  16 60  65 97  Tot 1 expenditure    |&,U62 87  Interest Added Four Times a Y������a.  In Savings llqpk.  A. B. NETHERBY,   M^~  K.A1DA   ___?*  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS (DADE TO   ORDER AfiD  IN ANY STYIiB YOU U11SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  ������������������@m&&&^^ I09C999W9II989I99IH  fRight Price furniture Storei  spectfully submitted,  THOS. H. CAREY, Sec'y  Thos. Bannkrman, Chairman  Jan'y., 1909���������Found correjt.  Frank Paktuidge, Auditor.  Jan'y. 6th, 1909  RECEIPTS.  Total Gov't Grant to put?-  -~lic'andhigh-8chooh~|38l0-75  Ditto to Camp Pupil*....   753 70  High School fees     198 00  City of Cum) e land  19.J0 42  Cumberland Public  aitd High School..  Isolation hospital....  OiKce account  Assm't & tax  notices etc 29 00  Auditor.... 10 00  Postage.... 4 00  Telegrams.. 9 95  Stationery... 6 05  Hcatott'sAgy    if 25  30.9 37  1900 42  9 95  Cumberland,  B.C.  etc  TAX   NOTICE.  COMOX   ASSESSMENT DIS-  TKIG1V  Notice Ib hereby given in kc  cordanco with tho Statutes, that  Provincial Revenue Tax and all  Assessed Taxes and ��������� Income Tax,  nml School Tax assessi-d, and levied  under th'* ''AaW'smuiit'A.t' and  oinendmiiuts, are due aiifl,. payable  on tho 2nd day of January 11)01),  ,,     '.*.'���������. "���������:<<��������� it. ���������  AH tuxes ogiu-e* <*��������� *vi ������*.������y ���������m*""*  AHsnsstueiit-Diatriot ure due ami  payable at my uffiee, situated at  Uio\Oownmtttt*a?'������|WV^''lV.'b������r-  land. Thu nutiw in Jartni of law  ll aqnlvaletrt to a personal demand  by im tipon ������tll porsoni liable, for  taxtir ... '���������''.:"'''.':��������� :' '���������'!���������  Dated at OumUrland tl. C. tne  14th day of January 100O.        '  JOHN UAIttD.  Deputy Aaaowwr and Collector C"  mox AaiMMimw* Watrlot, fiuinber.  land Post Office.  Mrs. Swan, of Denman Ialan-*! wai  a inusangtM by Wodnaidny'i boat.  _m 1 ^  I, W. t������ki of Vietorit arritad  by WdOWKlaj'a boat*  Prof Goldwin Smith, writing on  ���������'The Crisis of.JnaV; iu the Jan  uury Canadian. Magazine, saya:  Some day the end must come, It  is impossible that: a race should  rule f irever in a land in, wlifcli It  cannot real' its cltildmn. tiW  coming mny be liastertod by this  great movemont of the Kust, of  which the initiative may come  from Japan, But at present, If  military power remains In tlie  handi of the governing race, m it  -teems likely t>������ do, though there  may bv, and probably will lie dis*  turbnnue, it is difllciilt to seo from  what quarter revolution can come,  Kditor* of revolutionary journals  are not generals, nor will nn iid-  (| ri Hod and uiiariuad populace face  the OHtinoii. Native princes have  armies moro num������rous than dll-  cient but none of them have shown  any dlanositluB to revolt or appar  tntly hava as much to gain aa they  have to lose by revolution������ Ovor  tho actual crisis at present there ia  a voil which will presently Ihi rais  ed.  Police court  Puel........   5 00  P.P.Harrison 55 00  Mr. Palmer     5 00  60 25  Sundries  Insurance.. 48 50  Guiding.. 153 50  C;H,TarbeU 14 15  W.McUllau 18 15  J.Bradshaw 16 a$  Interest on  , overdraft.... 68 45  ,!���������Sundries.... it 85  'TJtscp'uat on : '  65 00  Salary���������City Oierk..,.  Salnry���������Magistrate,.,,,  Salaries  Joe Boitza   I170 00  R. Hornal    850 00  T. Wilson    sto 00  ������34* 85  300 00  300 00  Total receipts  -$6,662 8V  Certified correct.  F. PARTRIDGE  Auditor for 1909  We are now ihowiug partinular vtlite. iu Wull P������pt>r, 1909 patterns  LinoKuwB, Lace CurWnn, Ror-*, Bla������ketB iml Com(i>rter������.' A  fall liuo of Sideboards, BufTa-.ta, (.'him Caliiuets, Droaacra and  8tanda, MusicCabiDota, and ninny o'.bor artcL-8 of exceptional  values aa Xnjaa preceata.  Dariug the month vt December every dollar l������ft in oor sk- p, ei  ther on account or for cash, will entitle yon to one ehauca for the  Big Prizes now showini* iu our window, to be drawn for Xmas It-re.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  J. H. COLLINS  Completion of liBt of presents  to Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Grieve. Mr.**.  \V, II, Walker, preserves and iaun*  dry bag4, Mr. and Mrs. Birlcett,  table cloth; Mr, and Miss Nellist,  clock; Mr.and Mrs. S. J Plercj  silver berry set; Mrs, Tnrnhull  md J, Turnbull, tablecloth; Jainc*  Whyte, rocking chair', Mrs. W  I\I. Urquhart, silver salt and popper dish; Miss A. L. Iluiiduti,  photo frames; Miss Q. Abrams,  sugar bowl and pitchor;  ,       l..ll.,|M<������.l'       HI IM  Mayor Hall, wns elected in Vic  toria by about 400 majority,  A. McKINNON.       ��������� Manager.  1 Now Come and See  What 1 Have Got 1  That is good, durable and'fancy in the line of Xmas Aid  New Year's Presents,-'All-my lines  are now complete'in  everything.   I now take this opportunity of thanking one  and all of my customers iu the past, aud hope to serve them ������>  better than ever iu the future,  McLEAN  KNORAVING ON ALL PURCHASE.? DONE FKKR.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*>������������������>������������������> ������������������������������������������������   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������� w ������������������������������������������#  While in Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society,  Dealers in Fresh and Salt Meats and Farm Produce  All Orders Promptly Delivered.  R. Webster, Manager.  Sandy Baird'e Grand Concert in  tho Cumlieilatid Hall, on Wednesday evening, January, 20th. Come  everybody and enjoy a good even*  ngs entertainment, Principally,  dew talent.  153������ oo  51 05  Bobby Burns annlvorssrv ���������>������  Monday Jsny. 85th 1800. will be  e*.lobra.wd on the above date.  The ladies Aid ot Graee Mettic-  dist Church Intend holding their  Annual Sale and Concort aftor tbe  February paj.  Particular*   later  Sidewalk account  Cash ou baud  Deposit in Royal Bauk..448 59  8041 70  ASSETS  Uncollected out stand  iuuutt itrti tftUtc...  ditto night watchman  ditto icavenger   ditto Dominion Gov't  cheque for draining  uew post office...,  40*> OM  5 50  St 50  IOOO OO  ���������1938 OO  MABIMTIB3  Balance due B. C. Pottery Co, sewer acct   1041 67  Wagei due RS. Rob-  ertiou on fewer  contract     1150 00  Overdraft���������Royal  When alee* Waa Tramps.  A brltfgt iitaylog att nt no eastern  uelveralty, wbo uaually turned nlgtu  Into day, used te uppear at iuh-iIihj  coapel with reoiHrkabl* rafularlty awl  were painted eat as ao example by tb*  authorities. Ao alteration was made  la tbt time, tbaptt set beginning until  thirty minute* later, and tlie deaa waa  aatotiuded to att tbat noo* et Umt  wn, eo regular before, was prtstat*  He seat for tbem and asked tbt rea  son.  "Welt, air," aald out, "It's like thlst  Wbeo chapel waa at twlf past T we  tvuid  Juji   lumuiin*   H,   |<ut   Wt  vaO I  xttmp nwf.V-1 t������l ������ o'cloolt,"  fr  *%*,  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BttUR and  PORTBR. Wholesale Dculcrs In all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  1  SECOND    STREET  4d  JTaTlf*'  Oft lee.  "Yea," aold Alkali Ike, "a emple e*  rev poachere Iniulgei la a very pret*  \9 mamwm eetap mama at uae, Amamee  yemtanUy."  "ira wooderfnl how e������ol Iboee fM-  lews keep under tbt dmimataam."  remarked tut eaatern tourist  -Toott tbey certainly have lo Ht kept  eeol, arranirer. I believe, for sent tea-  ton nr otiwr, tbelr fnntnta ain't to be  ter a eoople e" days yet"  CtHaMy WtwM.  City Una (te vi)lajm*������W������������M0't N  open yonr eyea to bum eettmn at that  fot there ami see out of oor elty sky.  ���������tTaprrs ctnerlag lit VUJaj-e Uaa-  tVatt, t gttem 1 wntjtd, awln" at I've  got twenty head tf cattle graUB' tatve.  -Robemlao.  Out raoiW talk ronetinrly nttbont  myttif tiKdWm tbfafs,*>Cblca|a Vm*  ���������t^lStrail  $250 in Prizes  Given  eAway  every   mouth absolutely PR1U5  with  ROYAL   STANDARD  FLOUR  Bvery 49 lb sack of ROYAL STANDARD KI.OUR leaving  our mill* contains a numbered coupon. On the last day of each  month 10 number* will be drawn and published iu the flrat ol issue oi thia paper following, To cocb one holding tbe duplicates  of these numbet*. we will, upon iheietUm to ua of the coupon,  deliver free of all charges to any address, a HAND80ME CHINA  DINNER SET of 109 pieces, vftlft ftsoo.  \*t\\\ particulars on the hack of ench coupon. BBOIN SAVING TliEM TO-DAY. REMEMBER We guarantee tvtry  sack of Royal Standard to he the purest, sweetest aud most whole  some bread floor on the market.     Manufactured wily by  Vancouver Milling * Grain -Go* Ltd.  VANCOUVER,   II. a /  .jipLJpS-^craaiEMi^^  <MMMBW������lia>*iWlti������WMiilMt^^  _i&i__S_S^_^S 1  rt_s x- ^f*m4^<������y.  1  NEWS.  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  mmmmm  TnE News,Si$v.entrenth Yrar,  CUMBERLAND. *B. C, TUESDAY,    JAN..  20,   1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  THE   JWflGfiET  CRSfi   ST0$E.  %w  I?-;  " The Phonograph is something that  will, give more real wholesome pleasure than anything else you could buy.  -A full line of instruments and all  thei* new. ..records. , Sole agency for  Cumberland and; District.  I  - OnrGttKAT JANUARY" CLEARANCE-SAI.B closes  on Saturday  tlio 30th inst. . _      -_ '  Iteplen'ali your wiirdrobafor littlo money, ns coat will ent noff pure  those uext few diys and yon cann* t well"afford to ains tliis lant oppjttun -  ity, - - >   ���������   ��������� -  SIMON LEISEB & Co., Ltd.  T. E. BATE,  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:  Dunsmuir Avenue  J. N. ricLEOb,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  FIRE 1  SALE  STARTS   MONDAY  JANUARY   25TH  \s  Council Meeting.  City  evening,  B FOR XMAS  ^  1'  ���������'.   '"  AND  NEW YEAR'S  TRADE  We carry * the choicest selections  of Candy-���������Robertson's Chocolates  in.- jkj., l4 and i lb fancy boxes.  Christie ,Brovvn Fancy Biscuits���������  Graham Wafers, Soda Crackers,  Plum Pudding, Fruit Cakes,- shij>  ped to us direct from thc factory,  so that tey arc crisp and fresh.  I  I!  g D-UM  J. McPHEE a SONS,  Din-mmir Avenue Cumberland, B, C.  0-ga-^ ^wmmmtmmmmm^^mmtnmm  M  1  r  ' 'iuji'iiaii*-WM*jmiwa,i^^  *w*  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITER  NOTARY  PUBLI^ CONVtYANCINO^  9* ' '    ' .      DUNSMUIR AVENUE CUM BER AND, B.C.  A short meeting of the  Counoil was held last  there being present Aldermen  Bate, Partridge' Horwood, Daniels, I'Jicltio,TStewurt und the Mayor.  , The in iuu tea of previous meeting woro adopted aB read.  Accounts, 0, H.  Tarbell, ?10.  50; B. Crawford, 962.45; F. Dal  lo*. -'$15.00  Five special policy on night of  fire, $2.50 each ordered paid.  Alderman Bate moved aud it wn*  passed, that the Mayor and City  Clerk he empowered to sign all  cheques.  School Board oatitnated expenditure for tho year 1000: teachers  bnbuius, $5005.00; janitor, 5-150;  scavenger, $00; coal, $100; wood,  $25; repair*, $200; bluck boards,  #80; ii.cidetitills, 5200; Total  107301  a ��������� ���������  , At last mooting of tho Mutiic;-  . pal Council Mr, P, P, Harrison,  'foil behalf of Pilriutior Browing Co,  who intend erecting a brewery and  ico plant hero valued aliottt  ���������$25,000,00 mudo application for a  bonus iu tho shape of a flat rate of  taxation aud free licence for a nmn  her of yonrs, After hearing tlio  application ono could not help but  como to tilts cotiftl uaion that a largo  industry of thla kind could bo of  benelit to tho city and it \va������ a  question of their building within  tho city limits and tho city ruooiv  Ino \he tnvntinii tr> lii-niMwil mum.  or of building iv few feet ouuido;  the limits, and tho city receiving  nothing, The Council woro tillable to discuss the matter at the  turning and anmo was adjourned  ro Wednesday next.  The general Impression that tlio  Company worn asking for free taxation ifec ia absolutely incorrect.  v, J'lietc bi-itig uo further biisiiioxa  ���������frft'Cottiidl adjourned.  *  ConcsTtr  On tho evening of Wednesday  lust, Mr. Sandy Btiird held his  concert in'tlio Cui'nborland Hall,  wliich proved to be qui to a'success.-  Every number was rendered without a bitch. Quito an acquisition  to the programme was sumo new  talent, which had not been heard  byii C u tuber land audience before,  and whicii received some .hearty  encores. "Sandy" Baird rendered some very good character song***  .ititorsporsed with comic sivyings,  which kept the audience vory much  amused. Tho concert waa well  patronized.  GREATEST BARGAINS EVER   OFFERED IN CUMBERLAND  Every Article Must be Sold  During the Next Ten Days  ,-r���������-- ������������������ ,.���������.fl.-m**-**-*-^.   a .v.1"- ***-=** -*- -������!������-���������*-������������-������������������?���������f-������^*������������������nt**-   <���������������������������*,*<������������������ nm  Ladien" nnd Cbildien's Flimmlette Uud-rwear nnd NiRht. Gowns,  Ladies' Wc olen Vests and Dra������er������, Ltidien' and Children's Coals and  Skirts, Children's Dross* s, Hosiery, Belts, Millinory, Dresa Goods and  Muslins,   tar We have many other bargains to oiler jou.  SALE STARTS 9 A. M.   '    COME WITH THE CROWD.  "      M. L. MASTERS ~~  Sale Takes Place in SiddalTs Store*  CUMBERLAND  Lt 0. Jf. :B. Dance.  SKIUOU8 ACCIDENT.  *  Willio Thotnpaon son of Mr. O.  Thompson wus severely injured  last Tuosdnj night in No. 0 initio.  Ho waa riding on 11 loaded trip of  boxos, and when going through a  curtain was drawn from tho cars  onto tho rails, tho wheeli*. panning  oyer hia body. Threo film and hia  collar bono wan broken, beside no  v.oro internal injuries, Wo are  pleased to liwr that ho is lit a fair  way lo recovery.  On last. Friday evening the  Loyal Orango Young Britons held  a Social Danno in tho Cumberland  Hall, Tho attendance wan very  hirgp, filling the hall to its'utmost  capacity. Refreshments woro served during tho ovening. The  Music was supplied by Murduck'o  Orchestra, which rendered aome  cxcell'Mit wk-etioiis I'm thn dancers  Dancing wan kept tip ton lato hour  whon everybody dispensed,, having  had ono of thoplt*a*antost evenings  over ppent' in Cumberland, and  hoping that it. would not bo long  before the Young Britons would  glvo another of such successful  dances,  Tho Cumberland Ai Union Firo  llrigado will hold their annual  masquerade ball on St, Patrick'a  Day March 17th.  A Night jith_Burns..  On.Monday- ovening, last, tho  Scotchmen of Cunt borland- colo*..  bra ted    Burns'   Anniversary   iiy  holding 11 banquet and   dance iu  the Cumberland Hall. Tho mini���������  bor that attended was one of tho  Urgent ovor seen at a banquet in  Cumberland,   About   0   o'clock  (.everybody sat down to partake  of  the splendid  spread, which  win  provided by Mrs.  L'tket in a mott  capable manner,    After satisfy-  ing the inner man,   Air.   Alex.  Somerville,   thc chairman of thu  evening, called   the gathering   to  order whon n toast  list was gone  through,   Aftor the banquet tlio  lloor was cleared and dancing was-  indulged  -In   by   thoao present,  to the ������tnilus of music furnished  by Messrs Murdock,  Vater,  Una*  ael aud   Btitliorlatid.   which   win  kept up tilt "wo una ho'tra,'1 everyone  going    homo expressing  thenisolvoA   as  having  cpont  u,.  numt oiijoyalilo evening.  HUKSW  J. Bruce left by 8. 8. Oowu'hnn  on Sunday lait for Vanconvcr,  FIRE       FIRE      FIRE  Put out of bii*iiio8������, But fur h fow dny* only, What Htock was aavod  from tlm Kim i* \t\ th������ Citv It ill i*uv.tiling thn aillval of the appraiaor and  H-i mon a* 11 aotthmont id rimclnid witli tli������ iiianrntico Co., we will open up  thiu'e with a nig Silo and (daughter olf evervtliing that waa hii veil. Thia  will be the griute.st. opportunity nor offered tho people of Cumborlati'l to  get Diirgnilm. Hn wail, a few day*, and aeo what nionoy you can aaru. Car*  pentera will Rtart al once building a largo and up-to-date storo and when  o.omphited, will npen up with a liir������tor and lajttor stock than fiver, In tho  iiieaiitiino wo will continue to du buaiiictw   in  tbo City Hall,   WATCH  THIS SPACK NKXT WKKK  *i. W.~-Wa tak������ tlila npp.rttinity et IlinukinR thn eitjxena who ao klndty tu-  a'twiiln* iltiritig tho flr������, alao tha City Autliufi'iw fur hi i;i*iiaro������Kly Irnring  th������ titj* Hall at our diayoutl   Campbell Bros.  i si**"\-*,Y������������������i-'s'-T*' ������������������ jfgg&*mn>at**m  v  \  .       **      ,        I '       1-      A?*"?t&.'V  mtoft^W^^i*  TIIE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND: BRITISH  COLUMBIA  nil  ASSETS  Uncollected out stand  ing on iunl estate....   200 00  ditto night watchman.     5 50  ditto scavenger      32 50  ���������ditto Dominion  Gov't'  .-.vTUw paper will not Isold" itself      cheque  foi     draining  responsible for tbe opinions of oth". J    uew Vcsl otHce I00������ ������������  xho DttmljBrlaiiii ITews  'issued  Every   Tuesday   by   the  Comox   &   Cumberland  ^Publishing   Company.  He ������rs,.as*inay appear in its columns  front t1itio.to.time.  yr^.rr7iCirv.^r.T.'"T"-"-.~~r;*     ~'r? r. r.1":.,,;, r.-.-.-.'r.~  TUESDAY, '  Jan.- tiO,    liJOB  CUMBERLAND  CITY ���������  a* COUNCIL,   *  Statement for the Year ioo3.  T  ��������� 1:238 00 i  LIABILITIES  Balance due   B.C*   Pottery Co.   sewer acct    1041 67  Wages due R.S. Rob-  CUMBEKLAND /   UALL:;;,...  Saturday,   .January   '30th,   19.09  To  Coinifiience   at 8:30 7PM.  QOIAEOATE.  SCH001  FOR   BOYS  Thejauiels       Belcher^Street  Victoria; B G,  Patron and Visitor,  TH    JOliO   BISHOP  OW  COLUMBIA  Head Master  Kspiniait tV taainio Rj.  s.s.   "City of Nanaimo.  '������7iZCS'OSI_t.~COTrv������C2C   -    IROWrE.  eitson ou sewer  contract"." y     1150 00        t  Overdraft���������Royal  'Bonk 011 sewer.,..-     1500 00  .      '    369x 67  City Auditor-for 1908  RKOETPTS, tr   , ,  r          ,  ,,-..���������;   - *���������, '      , , ,   ,, jCertitied correct,  vasii bai. brought lor'd . 320 30  Do-tix.'i.;.  ...     ..... 36 00        i'RAAR   1 AK'l AUlXrfc  iSand suuKi,' collections 68 50  Bank" loan on drain 'acct 1500 00  Niglit  watchman..... -479 75  Tia-de licences  2277 50  Ro..'! tax  ���������?16 o<>  -.Scale-account  . 29 00  ���������beaven^er  1189 50  Ji'ill account ,. *. 73 25 j  i'ouce conrt ',. *.. 637 95 i                            - ,-.    . '���������>,.  ,,     lc;iel.er������ Falanes q-o.4lO.UU  Drain accouut..  6 fas   T    * - ,r,\ .,,-.  0  Jaiutor.    .450 00  Repairs to school and putting in oVass-v..' -  ��������� 99 50  A."  STATOENT   OF    .RECEIPTS  - AND RXPENDITUPE OF  PUBLIC ANA)   HIGH  SCHOOLS FOB J008  Total  SS942 70  EXPENDITURE  Advertising accouttt.. 75 30  Band . stand *.. 64 65  Fuel"...... *  . 20 00  Drain acc't  new sewer $1864 74 '  Drains .....   .93 02  ��������� $1957 76  *> So   ... _2__ 2J  Tool account...  Council   chambers....        3 20  Night? watchman ......    503 00  Jail.HCccoui.vt:  .Building uew cell. ..      45 34  331.eci.io'.'. account..I... ~yi\K> 50  vv.,: ]���������>: 'tectiou. ,   1^ ���������**  n  Soavfiiitiff.'   .*..... 55 00  Supplying  and  repairing  Winds..*............ 14 10  Wnter rate  15 25  Secretary's .'���������alary........ / '25 00  Post iivi4-.'.'.....-  3.50  liiHiiriMiee p* licy, 3 jei'-.s, 120 00  Pninting- ............. 75 00  UoaJ--.-...-  ���������  70'50  Dr-twin- modi'la,....... Id 50  ���������y.lolo.:-.;................ 9 25  >l.ip-? ;ttio~oo  Chivik.  4 80  Clays antl hardware.   ,*.. 134 45  Freight,   lin ..ili Jig it   wood 40 05  i5v.es to  Trugtrej'Asa'n.. **. 3 00  8 ^5.1 Pnin'tin^ winciovvs nnd    *.,  I^ud Lt:;,---vefimd. * ��������� t-        2 00 {        b!������*ik boards........ U 50  Scale account1                                  r,-,,r tr- cc  r ..          ���������       r                                       Luml-er.,  lb dl.'  Inspection, fees..         4 00   . ,      . .      ���������  ,    .,       . ..,,.���������  Light: account, streets,              ���������   .| Ad.vei-tisnig ������k iiioidontnia 65.9,.  Oity nail it, police court    438 25  .scavenger account....  ' -;6'6 00  Jiall account       46 02  Hc-.iUlr account. ......     134  Go  Stable account ,  O, Winger $   6 00  'li. Crawford 103 60  iJ.W.Bryaed-  28 50  A, ll .Peaeey 2' 00  S. i.,ci,-;or., 4 00  U.Grant&Co    1 27  II. Mitchell   5.', ;j(.  Waler     4 50  Stuidnes...  5  20  209 37  CuiUtK:'.i"'tHi    Public  and   i-Jigli ;;>chou!..    1900 4a  iKjL'd'km ho...)it.il..,. ���������.,* 95  Oi3ic'(.:^i-:COI!^t  Arait'Uf-.'Mx  I"iticiM  LlC      'Ai  t'-'O  , A iuu tor,,.. 10 00  Po.-ita-t;'*..,. 4 o 1  "t ''I'..;,.;!.!!!!!)..     tit ij,*\  1 i.-IUi. Mrty,  ;....;.;! Oil '-AA^       I     '. j)  1'olU'c court  Piii'l  y, a,  P.P Haitirioii 55 ou  .Mr.  P'<.liiu.r <; nf,  {lUllilUVS  jtiHur.-nH'-4. . ,j>i -ji  Grading,.     i;������2 50  O.il.Tall.i-l! ii\ 13  W.McKcllaii 18 i,'i  J.J.U'Milhhuw .0 45  1 .1 ��������� .,,.. ....  (.,., -.,ti*nl'l      .      , I,. ���������������������������  iSvsnrh i<*:-. ..". '.'i ^,-j  Di-i'oiult on  chCfJlH'i. ... t Ofl  '"*���������'   -',ri  To   1 expenditure    $S,(K2 87  (������������������pi.'rtfully put.i-������-i!i*l**fl',  THOS. 11. CAREY, Seo'y :*  TllOH. BANtN'KRM-VN', Ollriil'inail  .I.an'y., HIOO-Fhund.Cdrre-jt".     '  .Kiu.Niv PAKTKifJia*;, Audi'or,  Jan'y. tit,);, 1IX/1)  RKCiai'TS.  Total (lov't Grant to pnlv  l*u and hijjh (school..IJI8810 75.  Dili;:) to Cump Pupils....    Tfift 70  High Helmol f(������t������     .198 00  City of (Jumififlimd...,. IliDlJ 42  Total roccipln *fl,0iv_ 87  Cfriiliod ccrreot, ,  b\ PAliTKHXiE  v      Auditur for 1009  'NOTIOK  1  Tlm "I"MImI ii\<*e\\\\" nf tlni Cu-  1������r������������������ fx Oii'iuriiiry Ahridctntion 1,1(1,."  ui!l hn hr,'!'1 in lhe Aiiiic!ill,:ir,-il  null.   (\)iift<?iiMy,    (in   Tliiti'.-id.iv.  ,l,'-.!nnp,  :.'i.-', I0OO nl: ,'1 p.   m,  M'.'.t. !>i'?,vxs,  Si-i'i'i'liii'V.  J.W.-LAINO, RSQV,  M.A.,   OXFOKD  SaJ f">,n Vic.or a Tuesday, 7 a.ft,   for  1 N tnaiino,- call ng at Cioftor. Kuper  nnd i hctis l-sl incis when fie ght ^pr  pjsbeii^L'i!. ofi'er.  A^wtod by thres Graihiate* of tho ltfcog-  m/i'd Ucivttuitioa ol Great Britain aud Cmi-  Mot'erate tonus for boanlen.  *''5*i-^" '- *      ���������*���������    ' ",i-c *-j  Vi'tiipvtly couiiyjte <it.livrfra������|^iB \vith hvii-ji-  ion������ stli.io) l)uil<JIn������i','-,cxtcD6ivj(i -rccrtRtiu  gnmndB gyiniuiium, , (-i������i.lJtrtfor*ti������ erg! 11  /eii.  APPLY TO HKAU-MASTER.  i;^..^^^^4^.,},^j.*H*H'i-iwt-i''4*,  JJ."  t* -     'STAR'-  ..L *   .* m *      A -   tl'  Lea\f*s Nsna,nio   Wetlnsday, 7  a.  m.,  tm  Union Uay Coinox ^nii Vtit\ pi.its  Leaves Comox  Thursday   7 a. m., foi  Union Oay Nanaimo arid way.porti,.  Le.vc, Nr.uiaimo   Fnday,   7 a. m,. for  Union Uay Ccmo*c and   way poa.*.,  Leave? Cotnov.  .Sutuul.iy,    7   a.ui.,   for  Nanaimo and way pons.  .fe-iils from Nanaimo Saluida\, 2 p.m., for  V'ic'loiia,  i  ?  t  7  *!"  *  +  VAKCOTIVER - KAjJAIiyft) - LADY  s SM11H   ROTJ'IE.*  S. S. .""jOAJI,"  .Sails Horn   Vanconvtr   fo \ 1   !*���������, 1 n 0  daily, except Suiul���������i>b, .11   30 p.m.  v)    Sails fjoni   Nanaimo   for ' Van omci  ?   Maxwell & Horna!   t-cl'u!-' CK"lM 'Sumla>-'!U 7 a,m  *r4' ���������!������  *>  Propnetoiv.  $������*������iyi* ,t*t^-1 St ^ *.***/������.*. ,, .**.iu~������.,^ 1,^.?*.-. '.-*^i*-m ..t������^-i^-* rjiXAwl  Between YOUN.G-, JONES  and KID BROWN���������15 Rounds.  WRESTLING PRI-XIMIXARIKS -Between   Tho.-;.   Robinson  of.Oumberlaud, and Kid McKee, champion feather weight oi" Nn-  i:iiino,also between Mitmice Day and   Andiew  Thonison.     Thr, e  round boxing contest between   the Twin St.nits      Henry   Gibson  and Jack Smith will box 4 three minute, rounds.  Four round exhibition between  T. White and Leu Cawthorue.  Timekeeper, Alex. Ronalds.        Referee, Wm. Oolpitts.  RESERVED SKAT $1. ADMISSION BOc.  ���������J-TFA.V.SIER.S   and   DRAYMh\*P  r.SlNf.LK   and, DOUBLE   UK-SV  Xr;oi   iiirp:.     all ordkiisS  ^PROMPTLY   A'lTENDEH   TO.*-  ������������������M-** .mmamwwmarm wtmtvwvammimmmwmmmmmamm^aammeemmmmmvmamt **���������  |8rd St, OiiDihrlaid?  r^4**J*'^'i,'t't-'-l'*l'4^,'t''fr4-44--H,'{''l''Mi  I     C. H TARBELL  ft  nte:  lVi:TJ33I_  n^LVIS*     I=r.c*PEiES  I "OK  i-.M.l*:   ol;   li'MNT  *.\  ���������"in nl   iiilll'-|i Hllll   llilil*   ill'I'.iS   111' i'il'!||'. j  led i.tint,   *\'  ii  AikIic" it.hitiiluicl;, i  *>,S l"'l  Al I I'.cftl t'eiiis  ul   ;i.   btjsjiu'ssi  uitiiucr will be cliar.i'i.*.! tin at the',  'stjindard i'.itrt o'" n;i', '1 line.  MADE IU CANADA  -mt--Im AWAimm     m*.      ��������� .    .  <9 "  Kniflitli*-! x HUltlON ttl'vayo on r.;*...      uleo, t,,o (ainiiUH MU.WAUKb".K .  HrvKH-i-Aiilieimci-, IWiimiiKi. .SoltHtx. At).-     "OLD (S������KY  WKARM"  SOUTOll VVH1HKY, Boet Wuwk and Liquors of all kl-ndo. j  1'ne ri,'i>!*,liiig und Lodging U.-*.mi'timrit. umlei* tho numodiau nup������miWiid(iiioe t.f M11*  Lhivm, will bj iohi ri Lfint oliwu iu ovmy i(in*jfut,  HAXE9,       .        ,.      .        ..      ....      ������i 00 per day upwords.  .mm.,.,mmtmuiAmmMMaimmw.mMmmmAwlawiiii-MlM*���������������*������i.i.wmw.. wi ' ���������*���������"  P*flpt-Bf-.-vtx.T-������ar������^ ���������^���������������������������������������������'���������B*W|������***fJ  Shimt,-ut.yam*tiUFiii'iA. 'hmrm, .3muwnkm������bu-A   Lmmtimtmmmmmu  persistent Advertising  reduces  rofil in every kind of business,  C*il^**ys**tu%$&  I'he columns'of the News nrt.1 always open for more Advertisements.    Try a i^iod }������ig ad.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all  KITCHEW   UTENSILS  I Sportsmens Goods  asicl  General Hardware  *aMa^*mtmmtmtemmrmmmm**ummameTrixiijmrtm  The Rev. Irl   R. HlckM   Al*  tiiiiimc.  For 1U0JI, iimhIv Nov. 15. 1008  biwl- ovi-'f stjnt out, bountiful eoyor*-*,  in t'-oldi'n, lino'portrait of Prof.  liicki? in colore', nil llie ohl J't-nt-  uros tituVsevt'i'id nnsv ones in tlie  booh. The ��������� best iiKtronotuii'id  '���������HiokH Weutlier I'Niieciutfi." 11^  intiil 'dm*, un riewK stnmls iSOi.*.  . Ono copy freo with Word nud  WorlfS, the hcHt $1. Monthly in  America. Di**coiint*} on ulniiijiiicis  in niiantiticK. Agents wnntod,  Word nnd Worlis 'PnliliKliiiig  (.^o., ailOl Lociisl Silent, St, Louis  Mil Kvorv citi'/.OK owes il In liim  * * *  ���������.oif, to IiIk fellow*  nnd   lo   I'lol',  Hicks to ptiH*i'*.x tin* "Hiekn'' foj'o  eiirttrt, tlio only ndinldti,  VANCOUVEB-^KANAIMO -COMi-X'  -  XTNIOW.   -  "8. S. Queen City"  (C.P B.)  , l.t*a    O������ciavor,  yuu da\, 7 piii      At  ruts al Nau.111110, Sui J.iy( Up   ������,.  J.tvM'i Nuiiamiu Mouday, 3 a. in. Ai--  rivtti jt Uuiou, Moijday, )l u. id. Ainro  ������t I'l'ii.'.Ji, Minildj, 1 [). tn.  Ltdvi* ('iiii.ux, Mut.day, 7 \>. in. Ariivo  At Ui.iuw, Mtiii'Jaj, S j). m.  L*.iVt> Uiimu, TuLiday,  5 a. m.    Airive  Tt N������ii!.iTiiiT*TLctn'5y7Trr] ooimiT  iie^vca iWu.riKi, Tut-fduj, *t'1 p.m.  Arrive at Vari/cimi, JTiKbua), at G p.in.  C'ullu-g at W.iv IV. lu \.heii fiei*_ht aud  \,<tsb-ct jjitb i tier. ,  riAIK TABLEi KFKKSTIVK  ..Qctober    ht, ;(JG7,  NORTH HOUN'l)--U(.nd  1 t'\MI  Paeeeugei 'T.rninB  ���������  "i    '"������������������\  Daily  ���������StrtnAay'  jj^Rtatione.  Ko. 1  Wed.  . ���������*  .-'         ���������'"     ;  "  Hut.   ���������  ������N...a  I'iucoriii,  Dc. 0.00  Do. 15 tO  ll������������lsl.l������,  r.V������4  ,6 1-t"  Sltinvnigan,  10,17  10,10  i   ii  ](J.t!'2  Iti.IB    ���������  DiMili- Hi)),  10,40  II) .'iU  (.''iwiiihnn,  10.48  10 41  Ki'lti*i''ili,  10.68  10.47  lluiK'miV,  ]).<)(>  lt,58"  .Siiiiiciiun,  II ,l'7  .11-10  \Vi'k',I;i.Iii>|.,  II. \b  17 '.'������  IJ.ieilrliiliUH,  ll :.'i  )7 ae  Jjitilymnitli,  il.itl  17.65  (Hi nth Wiliinuknn,             IV,18  IS. tfl  N'IIHt)l������lll.  ii;,:-iii  IS,SO  WlllillRtiHI,  Ar Iti.fit!  '-_rl8 4fi  south  HOUND-K������.t(  1 Up.  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UA  D  FARM  KOU SALK,   Sitmited  ������t I'ttrlvsttllo. hvenry   mile*,   fri.m  'Nunniiiio, on tlt<> ro'td to Ciiinlicr-  Itind, fivn'iKT.i'i'ohmrrd, IVnit bonr  iii^f oicjiui-il,   lx\u  w.roe,   Jo^'iiil  blll'lll'll I'll',   iMO IIITC*. .**|jl*''lll'*l, oiKii)  coiliiiic Inihi'd nnd pliinton^l nnd  newly piiintt'il; rhicknn lioii4'c nnd  IK  ..       -O*  Hunt), WVIliii|ft.*n, ta.Vh Ui.l.7  NfcRiitiMu H.lfi ]& 16  JJ'aiiugtuii, Do, K.lHI      I)*, l*M)  ���������**.>.|*   "i  Jiiilary���������C-'ity Cd-'rl....     v-o ot>  ftj.'ilary- M.'t*.'i;aiaU   .*     d''������ Uj\f$W $P  halaric.t ' _?  R   Hornal      ���������������?<> im  Thcusanil Miat ,iml Crunmiiliiiion Tir������  kifts ini -i.'ilir, j.'11'Hl cvin liill mul :��������� tl'Mt,..H  ���������iiifs, .tt tnu .uul oiifliall ctiitti per milti.  S|ii.'ii,il iruin.*; .tnit *iti*iiiiitii������ lot Kx<:ur  ���������ions iinil ii'iiufdil rtil's Mir imititi mny  be ini-iiii|;i*il fm  on ii-ppliciiiicm  \p ihe  l^i,**l   I'.it.', .i,,������ni; It  S'.^u ,',,;,  'I li.:   I (nii|i,iip   H'mtvc,   th'-  rij;ht  tfi  clninitc v.uIm'ui pi'tviini', iwitir������.',s'i!,ii*i*i'ii  >:fihu������ i.nic: and Hour.-, nl wilinp,  l-'jo-'iir-init 'Inki'i*. on '-inir I'mn  nrd  to  .ii ,' ,    ,, *        ill Smiidiis, iiiiiii lm-i*iiii*)j jiiinntv ful*  .cmiU. Iiom. Imi'.i.uii.l otlit-r mM .urd    ,tuj   .pll(lll      ^tur;i;i. mil' ,w_r  ,,,     I,   '      ]\,   .'*.,, , '     ('       .      f| I1...IMI1,-*   Will 4..M r.li<.nn r.i*-������*H������1i    hnii Monday.  Hi       It. ti    J   IllUliJ^ III    ['IIIH   ,(U������-   Ifl ' . , ������  J      !     'T'-'i' f-iV".'���������'-,���������'������������������������������������    "f li-n   'H'V.'41   b\' ���������* W.'rimuf,*nrn. Pet-. ������P. t'.itit An.  all, rn.lilii.g ull mill WAtiT,   ^pi^-.'M'.tWMTNKY, Wrt. frl. ft I.m. A_-  iuX.-1m.iu IVu'uj.  rWrlau!!t; !'<-.*,���������  60 V1AR8*      \  xp   thing (Vum a  BIO   POSTER  (tllhc, H. I.'.  to a  T, W ti.sou  'till   1 iu  C.iu Jlan (l.ivtrnnunt tixt.-.  ��������� \\ r������*.iti\v ^vn hrvo the r< re.-,d.   ������* .  ,   ,)    ���������.: j'| OM!!.'.-.Uest-trfr'tl-:>'���������**���������*  IC <  V,   ,|:-|l fl-U-'H'n'lo ������'-������<������  !-y tin--. A/Ui  TftADC Marks  Di*idw������  tSaf-'ntnirm *o.  ,*������rAi*,i>������#nill^t Ail ������ifih*JMjf)' -Miii'iJ'.i. met  - ������������������ _-._....- ������[,M|IW.^  ;.jj 1  .... . .     :-'^*x. *-������iiu'.i"> id ������'������(! 'oy tlu4. flii  ^jilt-walk ..co.utn :��������� ��������� ",- _ ft A b; ,. 1:,..���������. . ,������������������,, ,*,,....... ������|J  C i4j on hau.l :m% *-v*"r.v,"l,*>*������---  Cu-a-i t,o 0U}  Deposit iu H^yal l>ank. ..tt*"' .*,������>: [V. yj, ������������:��������������������������������������� i-:'.i. .*..������* I.'.itrk.- C-M   %.. ' J|������ & n.jwli.t,*.i;.-| I.([..*,'������.     "  i*y[r*  U'j42  7 :*; 3_J g f!. W.qtiXTT^CO  ���������Ttw.tuivfi.-L'  ZM\ IU  The News.  \   wyw-k  Any poiw.n m |M4,<4**f4>*������t*, cnttinjf,  ri*ii������uvitig or tnking   any   l������l������������������*k'i,  ,,'tiii.... . >.*.   .M,', ,,..f ;,,,-. .'.iM,, it,!.'.  I  ,       . , m mm*     -. I        fT*r ***im wm*"w***m *** wa ���������������������*���������*��������������� ew-*m **' *r^"f*'<* *���������***/  \ U'Uf'lMtj to tlm  Wellit-moi. Col.1 *$S*,l!!}Yite-m\W^  ���������'.:        c  ,.     ,    ,- ee .1    %      it ''���������"������������������ -4.(i.4t*f.,t.i*4������������t*ut 4W������BWW������ ������.*>: ..uuu  . IK.. 1   I.t) *,..   Ol' 1 r< Hii vf Ol' till' ������������������Hill    ���������*���������" in*.'nfi**!-! l-frnrr IWfwitrtRt i*,i.in-*������  ���������.if Jl.i* *:.id .'.o.ipn-.y, nt'!! In, pro-*.! V^M-A&^liiS*^  i-i.t������d in th.. fiiit cu.tit of tbu law. I .yuvffliiiv /|iw?i MB*  ' i>     .,   r ��������� .. I **r*rjs4*������**������*lrlll������������***MM**������������������klf.  Umtmamt*  V.    It. Uth. .  I *,^,.l^^^  w    P*������f  i -----,,, ,fm*m^nteiutati*,tl, nwtvtiia*e*m***M*%  -Ji   w.r. s;-l"���������-";"i''l!t 'aSi&;.r������������-JP  fwif I Wellington Colliery to,)r. /  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WATSON'S  of Scotch Whiskies.  The HUDSON.S BAY CO  Sole Aeentsfor BC  NOTICE  Every Monday arjid Friday I  will be in'town to deliver Fresh  Butter andtall kinds of Vegetables  and jiIho 20 tons of potatoes; will  sell.cheap.  Chiu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  ^Vehicles, Implements,  Incubators, Etc  SPORT  ���������������* Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  ir wu llko to retd or the exp������rione������s ot  Milt-, shMttrs ������n<| etmttt* ot m'htlon  or II you aro In-treated In country life. ������������������*  your aaeadcater foi* roraat and Stream.  or write lor tree apeelmen copy, or Mad  ntmidlvt wnta lor lour vtokr trial trip.  iVaat and Stream la a hrge llluatnttd  weekly lournal, which contitni tba 'ollowlpi  departmental  C*m������ Baa -etiStub     H*4*������r������.1 ������*������*>1*  SaaandtnvarTUKind. Viehllni  Tha Sporigman Tourlil, CtnoelnJ,  Rill* and Trap. Kannal.  Wa aend free our oaulof ue ol the beet hooka  oa outdoor Ilia and recreation. '  FOREST AND STRE XN'PUB. CO.  34* Broadway, New York City.  Etc.  -K-W*  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  1 "4   ������* i   i ��������� I   I  i*l**i "1*  N  I���������'I���������I������-t���������I*-!"!���������!- ���������I<*I-*I-������I-  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  -_?������������������..t -ta.taat*-t-*-T-at-lT*lT������  ���������"H1* % 4 ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  Walworth-Rolston Co. ���������-���������������  H. S������ R0LST0N,  Managing Director.  Vancouver,., Bo C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B.C.  H-l-H-K**  ���������M-W'  ^Cumberland Livery  :: and Feed Stable...  Tho Inquliltlva Woman. *  8treot car conductors regard Inqulsl-  tlvo wouion puBuuuijors wltb superstitions droad. Tbo otber day a fuse  blew out In n Broadway car, and tbat  enr waa hitched on na a trailer to tbo  one aliead. Presently a woman bo*  gan to aak question*.  "Wbat would happen," abo aald, "If  tho fuw were" to blow out In thut car  abend? Whnt would become of ua?  Would tbe car abend of tbat be ablo  to droit both of tbcao onn?"  'I don't know," pfild tbe conductor.  "Ittit don't worry, We won't have n  chance to Ood out A double nccldont  of tbnt kind boa novor happened to a  car of ml no yot. and It lati't likely to  bappon onco In a huudred yonra,"  Juat then thero camo an explosion  nhond, and both cum cuino to a stand,  allll. The fuao bnd blown out  "Confound that woman!" growled  tbo couductor. 'Thut Is oil ber fault  Tbls wouldn't Imve happened If ahe  hadn't naked ao many fool Questions,  ���������be'a a Jonah."  JOHN, BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  ... RIGS: OF i ALL  KINDS   wood  ond Coal  \ Hauled  It Paid.  A little boy of flvo yonra, pioylnf  wltb bis aistor oue duy, ItMiied too far  out of the Nocond story window, tost  bis balance nnd fell Into tlto yard be*  Jj...,     V,,,.���������   t������,l������.ivt.l<v4i*-l������.   t.f.   (Miiymf>i*  belnn Injured, nnd IiIh parent* nnd  friends were rw delighted that tbey  gave bltu quite a number of pennies,  nickels and Heme,  Tbo next day, lifter he recovered  from the sliocU of the fall, he was  ..  4* Duusii.ir..- Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  B. C     1*  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  wuy cars of  the   Union  Colliery  Company hy liny person   or  per*  wna���������except tain crew���������iv strictly  (irolii'Ued.    Employees r.re sub*  l������c Iv r.umiesul for allowing sain*  By order  Francis 0 Littik  MtMia,*ei,  . i.|n|iiyii|.|ii|<|������|nfi.|ii|������|*fii|w|i.|ii|.i|i.|M|ii|i  . WootfB PhosstoUai,  *n Tke Oreat Kaalith ltem*di),  ,. TonMandinvMriMttlMwowliutii  -   - --    tister Ktretit...  loufllplunftiii.t  'nrrv.Jh"  (t>$t, nfKi<  _%_m*_g_**Vii  Out  fiHster Kretisft  Mlnallwl In  ..���������"���������W fzHW9r*  m������!J__b  Teronms  ���������*cy  ,������,*  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  lhe giwt Vtariea Tenia, Slid  Tdy lata eiliwtuei Monlnly  rolaUJrpn wlilchweiaen oan  JeiMniL' Wilrfln tuw awreM  K������������K������(*I*M <<ii������S*  tvnr,* heir.  Bold Iif ell dnia-fwl* ��������������� **tt  ygryxA  rm  rri-vwiMprl****  'ar vetn  ^   -,       The drink of strong men and healthy women,   ���������;  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING (^    ,   Nanaimo B.C  Goto  J0HN McLEODS  FOR FIRST.'JLASS  .;���������   CANDY, FRUITH,  a CIGARS & TOBACCO!?  J). Hunden  -AND-  c  H  O  I  t  E  5  S1T  in season at  H: D. HUN DEN'S  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end aervioe  between Vanoonver,  Nanaimo, Union, Oomox, by tbe  steal Clyde built twin totew  * s������e������mtr ���������'COWroHAN,,  "Sailing aa under���������  * Loaves Vancouver. Saturday fl p m  ' Arrives NanAimo,'Raturday 12 pm   -  Arrives Union; Sunday 6am  Arrives Comox,  Snixiay Sam  Roturnbg:���������*  Leaves Camu, Sandajr < p a  LeaTes Union Sunday tpm'  Arrivaa Nanaimo, Sunday Il|ia  Arrivaa VaaoouVer Ifoaday 7 a m  Staga learoa Union for Cumberland ovory 8unday morning oa arrival of * COWICHAN;" and' laaVM,Cumberland Hotol  at 1 pm, connecting with ataamer at  Uaion.  fanMn  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  For ll.o 8|.rliJR Trade  TMted Stock, Seeds  for Farm  Garden, or Cotuervntory,  from the boft grower* in England  Krone**, Holland, United Suiot  nnd Oiinndn.  Fruit nud Ornamental Trtoa,  Strinll Fiuitu, home grown  Fertllilere, Heo Ru|������plio*>. S-jmjing  Maloritil-i. Cut  Kl.������wer������. etc  140.pnB������ OATAI.OOUK PHKK.  M.   J.    HENRY  Oreenbouaea, teed Housia aad Poat  Oflice Addre a,  8010 WBftTMINSTIB. ROAD,  Branch Nuraory, South Vancouver,  Vancouver,  B.C.  l^liwititir^twtSrc,  rMmS(,  Utile suiter enter tlw room eiclalmedt  "Cee. Gladys, look at All tbe money  I got for fulling ont nf tbe window!  Wtiy don't yon try (tr���������Delineator.  ManHeed'e tstate.  It U ft vory foolfsilt eonv������.neMn wtitA  lays down that wt ara grown op whan  ���������ire bave renebed onr twnly-tlrnr WrHi*  day. The renl majority la reartwit  mete me trfgln to ecrn ear awn bread  ar*i hatter as*, to l������iag fMrth the tight  which hat Ueeu roatoMnt ta en by Un  ;sre of others for tlw tairt ttm ������f Ifttot  vears. aWf 4������c*i>ttdc������������e MMf tttX*  ������nca-t*tt fti tbo ml maaMei.-laat.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������->������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    life  l������'������ IJ;jp Rjluj.iiii*     for  Fire Iusnrancc eall and g������t  rate* before liwurlng,  We^ey Willard  Agent forthe Royal  of Liverpool,  Mw*w*4w-Hw+*w+v*w+4*H*  Whan  In Coiirt*������nny  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery convenient* for guaatt.  TheOimttal HoVil fov Bportewiini  None l������ui the Heat of Winet and Liquor*  41 llie Har,  HATES        RBASONAILI  ���������John Uohnaton,    Prop  Synopsis   of Canadian   Homestead  Kegulations.  An*/ avnilable Dominion Lands within  tbflltailwny Bolt tu British Columbia,  muy be homeateaded by any person who  is the sole bond of n family, or any mala  over 18 years of age, to the extent of one  quarter booMou af IGO nerds, more or less  Kutry muit be niiulo p-rfl'jually nt the  local Innd office for tho dintribt in whioh  the land U Bituate. Entry by proxy  may, however, be made on o������rtnin oon*  ditionsby the futlier, mother, uon, dauirh  ter b-otlier, or sister uf nnd intending  horn stead*tr. -  The homesteader is required to perform  the., oondltions .. oanneoted therewith  undororteof tlo following pinna;  (I) A.t least six months' residonoe upon  nnd oultlvnttoB of thn land in eaoh year  for threo yonrs,  (���������J) If tho father (or mother, if the  father is dooJaa.-d), of the homesteader  redden upon n fnrm in the vioinity of the  hind entareJ for, tho revuiremente as to  roniilonce mny bn antls6ed by suoh person  roaiili* r with the fnthor or mother,   .  (II) If th ��������� sottler bns his pf rmunant re*  aidonoe upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of bii humeatead, tho  rtiqn'romanta as ta yaidonoe may be sat*  fl*d by residenoe upon tha aald land,  Hlx months' notiee in  writing should  bo tflven t-i tbo Cominiaaiouflr of Dominion Land-J nt Ottawa of iuti'iitioii to np  ply for patent.  CViAb.���������Coal Ininlng rights may bo  eaaeil fur a period of twenty -one.) enr*  at nn itnunnl rental of II \m nara, Not  more Iiiau '.,660 aorea ahull be leased io  oue individual or oompnny, A royalty  at the rata of Ave cents per ton shall be  ixillootcd ou tho iik rohnntnble ooal mined  W, W. CtlttV.  Deputy ot Die Minister of the Interior  V.Il-Unnulhorlsed pnbHontion of this  advertisement wiil uot lie psid for.  NEW YORK '  CLIPPER  llTMtBRfATUT  ' THEATRICAL I SHOW P/PER  m THE WORLD.  lUtlHD wnut.  Samfh Copy Mil  riWI(QUIMf>tll.CO.(UO,  ^^^E^mB^L  *FO������  8AI.E  Jnrroy hull cnlvea from first  print) atock.���������-A j������ply fo Win. Dun*  can, Sandwick.  ! Funeral' Direc-i  i i  i:toi^_and Em=!  batmer^  fm-BB-BtSf  Houae       Ralalnsj-    Rene wlntt   it  Fouiidattona  i Carcflnlly Atteuded to.  Cniuborlnnd,  B. C.  *t-*jl    W)    m%  :^m ��������� m  uh yvartitwOctit* fbr \t.  Notice Is horoby givon that Thirty  Days after date I intend to apply to-  tho Honourable Chief Commlaaloher  of Lands and Works for a Lieenao Vo  prospoct. for coul arid petroleum run.  dor the foreshore and under the wn*  lev and upou thn Innd i������ Comox Harbonr,  nnd deioribad ns followsi���������Comueaeing  uta post planUdat the soutli west oorner if R. R. NapUr's claim; thenoe ajut  80 obains; tlinuoo south 80 ohoiuit thenoa  west 80 oliainci thenee ner'h M eaalnsi  to plaoo of commencement  oontntaUg abont 640 cores.  Uated thia 'Mn day of D comber IW8,  K. W. HAMMOND,    ~  K, Hoe. Napier, Afenl  Notico is hereby given thnt l^hirty  Daya after date I Intend to apply to  tho Honourablo Chiof Commissioner  . of Lunds and Works for a Homes to  1 pros))oct for coal and petroleum un*  der the furchhore unit under the Water  and on thc lun J hnowi as White HlulT  Keserte, Coni.ix Diitrict deucribed *<*  followit-Ciiminencipu at. ,i poit plnnted  al thenoMlieiat corner of R, K, Napiei'i  claiiri; ihence C4������t io thnina, thence  aoulh 8ii chain*., theiice wet. Hn chsini)  Ihtnce norih eighty eh.iin* io the place  of commcncemc-ai containing about 6411  acres.  Dated liiin 191I1 dsy of December 1908  HAKKYAtHEHTON  U. Ktias Nipier, Agent.  Notice is h-anjby given that Thirty.  Days qjtet* dato I tntond to apply to  the Hououratte Chief Concnleaioper  of Lands'and Worka fair a Ueenwi^to  prosper^ tor, coal and petroleum ua*  dor tjM,:far*oahror������ and under the war  ter and upon lne land in Comox Harbor,  Neiion, District, described as follows*^  Commencing at a post planted abont 2%  chains south-c.ist qf the south west <or*  ner of P. Collins claim; ihence east 65  chains; thence south about seventy  chains to the-ihore line; thence following the sinuosities of the shore line to  1'Ucc of commencement, containing a*  boiit %im, acres  Dated this 301b day of December i-M  JANE MUNKO.  R.Kpss Napier, Agent.  : Notico ia horoby-given .that Thirty  Daya after date I intend to apply to  the HtmourabJo Chief Commissioner.  of Lands and Works for a Lieeosh t-9  prospect for coal andiOetrQlwras.tai*  der the foreshoro and under the water and.on the land in vymox Diatriot.  deewibed as foil >w.:���������Commencing af a  poet planted near the fast eorner of the.  Indian Raterve, Comox Hsrbonc; thenoe*  weat 5$ ehains; tbenoa north about 99  chaina; thenee easterly following tlie sinuosities of the shore lino   to place of coiiunenoeiDootj  containiug about 100 acres.'  Dated this 3Dth day, ot December 1908.  M.A.NAPIER.  R. Rom Napier, Agent  Notice Is hereby given that Thirty  Days aftor date I intend to apply to  the Honourable Chiof Commissioner  as* Lands and Works for a Lioensa to  prospect for .coal and potroloum un- ���������  der ihe foreshore and under ibe water .  end on the lands in Cbmbx fiforbonr, described as followa:���������Commenoing at a post  plaiited at the eoutb east oorner ef Sn-aiu*  il Spet cer'a olaim on Gross' Spi*; tUenctt  aouth 80 aheii e; Ihence wost 65 chains ^������  he s'iprejipe;  thence abont t!S ch-iliS  nortli westerly, following the siiiuositieja  f the shore lin*; thntice north 0$ ohains;  thenoe east80chads  to place of commencement,  containing abont 630 acr* a:.  Dated thia 20th day of "December 1008.  PERCY COLLINS.  ' R. Roes Na*>ier, Ag.nt.  Notico Js hereby glyon that  Thirty  Days after dnte I Intond to apply to  the Honouratlo  Chief  Cominlwloner  bf Landg and Works for a I/icen^so to  prospect for coal and petroleum -un*  dor-'the-forcshore-arid-under-.tbo-w-a���������  er ancrnn the lands In Coinox District  described as follows:- Commencing at a,  post planted at lhe norih -west corner of*  S. Spencer's  claim;   tlience  s-Mith   66.  chain;.; thence west  80  chains  thence.*  north 80 chains; thence east $3 chaihs to,  the shore- line; ther.ce following the'sinu-,,'/  oMiies of tne short line to. the phce of;  commencement, containing about  60c.,  ncres,  Dated .this it)\}x d.iv of December 1908;.  '.;  fi. SACE.  ; R, Rots N spier, Agenl.  jGct your Job Printing  Idonc at the News.  <Jl.ll   NKW8lkAl������KI(HnrWt  8A1.R ATT1TF. NKWtOFFrcE*  Qjnta[wr iniNDRED.  Notico la hereby givon that Thirty  Days alter dam 1 intend to apply to  thn Honour*!..*4 Chief Cominlasloner  nf I���������nls and Works' for a Unmaa tn  proapect for coal and petroleum un*  Am*  |ti(.   t���������*,*t ,*m  tt<d tttiAtr tho Wit) i-r  and en the land. In Cmmos llaibnr,  Melson Diafrict, deseribed as followst*-  Coiiims.olna at a pat pa ted afire  ecnlri w It corner ot V. Cu.lin's olnlmi  tbenee north alnnl W cbalaa; thai on  weat HO etiaieai theuo* s-n'b sb.nl 15  ehsinsj totbealioreltiei tleue* follow  ing tht ���������fniiesHkNi of tit* ������Ih������to Hn������  to place nl ronimt4npain������.nt  Odbtsising about VV) eon*.  l'������Ud thla *Hli day *4 Deombar 1008.  M. U. IIU8T0N.  It, IVnia Vapirr. Agee .  Notice ia hereby given that Thirty.  Dny t after date I Intond to apply to  the Honourable Chltf ..pomm.wjenet  of Landa nnd Worvt ior- a.tAt3������n������4;*io>  proapect for coal an;d,..p������trolouTO uc^,  der the foreihnre nnd under ih^t^il-t***  and linon'ilie landi '-known 'ni'AVrritr  Bluff Reierve, Cninmi DiHtrtct, tlcicrjbf'd  as follows;*. Coimnencin-,' at n post planted about to chains i* ist from the Wet^  End of Gooir Spit, in Comox Harbour j  ihence north 80 cbiini; thence en*t llii  chains; thence muih 80 dviini, 'thunco  wekt lo cnains 10 place of commeiKe'*.  menti enntntnlnt? nhout 640 aerci.  Dnted this jothda/ nf Uetctnber '|i";c8  K. ROSS NAPIER  mmw**wmmm.'mm,w*. ���������niipf-^   iim.    nm ������*���������������������������wwi^mmmmm**mmmmm*mmam  NiKirn Is honilty given that Thlrt*  llayn alter rl*nt������������ I Intond tn apply ta  tha ffonouraMo Chinf Ciimiwaalonaf.  id I And* nnd Works for a Ueamm to  proapect, for caul end potrotaim nu..  dar he for������*b're an.' wilder tit? matatt  and u on the lands In Cownn Harbour,-.  Ne>an tHstrl. t, draffibr.1 as fillows.r*  Commeneingat aimsv plaited a* we  couth veal corner of M. K, Huatettl  elaimi ibanee north abont 40 ebahia)  Ihet ee wast aUmt W5 ehaihtj tbaere ful*  lowing the shittuet l������ of the stmra Has f*  nlamof eomm������>rt������*<miMit PMltalnl ir al^nt.  80 aores.  Dnted thia .Vt h dsy nf Deeenbrr 1008,   ���������    ��������� It HCMWHAriKR.   ^  Notice is hereby given lh������l Ihirlf  days after Ana I intend to npply to tha  lion .nisi w������-niiiii-<>,.<iit>-'i ol Warn.** .we)  Works for it licence in prospect fnr ens!  and p troleum iiiidor the fefrsliore anil  uar>er the wa er ami ot Ibe l.nde k������owt  ������B\Vblt������Wufr Hewrv*. C1001 Dlt.m,  d*������0fi<������4aa foll������.wa;-0������������������aveoti'i at,*  post plsnted at Mrwth ws������tavrn������*r.o!  K.R. N������nl������r,e ftalmt thenea  oba ns; tnt. oe north ab nt 49  thoiot easterly to������l#rwtaf tla tii  I��������������� tre n  P  , .Vottro la hereby givon that Thirty..  P-iys after/dato I Intond to apply to),  tho Hooourablo Chiof. Comaiiasiooor.  of pands nnd Works for a Uoonse ,toy  proai>oc*t for coal and potroloum un*,'  der the foreshore..and under the^wa*  t*r and on the lands in Co-not Harbour,  Corwu'IHstili-i, do-erilied -is f'l'dwa:���������  dpmmetaoiag at. a. port planted al the  north  wt-st. corner tf. M. A.Nnpler'a  clnim;, thenoe south sbont 60 chains 1  theasa west nbout SS chniu*; tbenee w#r������.  te'rly fullowing the aiimositios of tbe'  shore line lo place of oommenoemaat.  ooutainiog about 9tS acres.  Dated tbls^tb day of Dacainosr IMfiL  O.Kff.NAnBR,   ;  R. Ross Napier, Agent.  t Ihe shore lin-  a rtb weailiuuo  snulh   abrttit tm  eh-iaa dm- mom .mt  11 ���������Marbteeaerai, o*a4t.*M^. *t4*9������1i; fH  Da^^tttrh^-^Di-^s^ertWIt'  HA\lZ\it9ft%mU,  "* ���������  ***'(���������'���������'���������*. - -���������������������      If THE NEWS, CUMBEM.AM1), .BRITISH COLUMBIA.  "'��������� ,, "i"""     *'"' ���������       ' '. ,'" " "~ ~~'j   5-,5iSi-r-"f7-C.-ft-.l"i"t-������'-*  :-**.,v*iw-v.**s-w>> ->c-xrj  ?:-.-��������� V������**'Q~B.V*~".  ���������armr'  ������������������������������������   WATCH  THIS  SPACE  Next Week  STODDART    The Jeweler  The Fire Fiend.  f,*-Mmmm*fimt*rimi>mmiimmgTwmtH*an^*w9iBSiewmimmiaima  Ladles' and  Gentlemen's Suits. Made  to  Order  from ������20 to $35     All Work First Glass   *  -.,.*���������' y -���������'". ���������  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  scoal News.  ���������JU_*i  Adverti&f.P will. confer a favo  1>\ (i. liisx'tiir in tiicir ads. not later'  lii'ii'i i4*.0!K*lay, as this 'will enable  lii<* printers, to insert it in tlie  'fioM issue'off the following Tuesday. -'    ���������  FOR SALE-'-V.-d potatoes,  Noriinloh Beauty,' sixteen days  ^nrlier" tliaiv*t*Tuiii:r than Early  Ru--..:, an ifnihunso ^ it-Uor. , Price  "GeT ���������peTpoii TRlyi f "byinai i ~aud~~por  tti^ti.. .J^ar^ei* lots at reduced pri--  ���������c*s'. All-orders will receive iny  piuinpt iittention,���������1). Ryan,  Comox, B.C.  STRAYED��������� One   ltoifer,   2  * .i  yeaii,yld, white,  liule.red mound  .'It- i:cck;V.v,.icr C}**i have snmo hy  |)������iVivi^.*.n tli's notic.) and expeii-m,  ..."'    '. ,  , .      JOHN HEHCV.  li,',se Lisfcio Hit Innl, daughter  of Mr. 'J'Ikhuhs liie.l.ardi arrived  h������)ii!V   hi: t w(-ek i'ro'in,Yaneouvrer.  * 'Mro, J. P. It, .AIc'Gill.of ��������� Sowth  "VV\dlingt(in,-iind Mrs. J, C. Me-  Oregur. of NanaiiiiO, *��������� dangli'tern tif  j'vir. atnl Jlrs, IX.Thompson, were  iMHii^Hi-h hy I'Vldnr-i ��������� l.iout  Comox-Atlin Election.  *���������>, ��������� --������      ��������� ~'  Mr. P.P. Harrisoa^Secretary of  the Cumberland. liberal;. Association', informs ns that he is recipient *<>f a.telegram" from Mr: "Win.  Sloan M. P., part of which is ae  follows:���������   .  -  ���������   ������������������- -  "i'n,,accordancervvitli Sir Wilf.ied  Laurier's wish to retain Honontble  Win.'-Tehiplei'iiaii-iii Cabinet and  considering l>e\t.interests of ���������Province and constituency, I have re-  si'guer]-to-make?t-his-pos3ible.���������Mr���������  Ternpleiiian will be candidate as  Minister of mines and inland KoV  This, constituency and the Tio-  vinco is greatly indebted to Mr  Sloan for tlie generous aiid States  'tritinlike move lie has.made in tli it*  ��������� matter, , Our losing:'*Mr,-- Sloan  will be very keenly ^regretted, His  friends and supporters in tliis c.oit  stititpficy are very numerous an.I it  is safe to say that ho enjoys greater confidence and regard than any-  other Member in the Province of  liritish Columbia,'nml perhaps the  Dominion of Ctinadn.  Mr. Win. Tt'inploman will now  be a candidate fur this constituency  and wo do iioi dnulit that lie  will  bo elected l>y a large majority. He1 *,<,  is     an    'i\(coiii}ili*>licd '    States-  on ne.  -'.'Pi  The worst "couflagration in the  history n Cumberland occurred  about midnight last Tuesday. One  life was lost, property valued at  tliirtyfive thousand dollars went  np in. smoke,  Had it not been for the heroic  work of tho firemen, assisted by  tho citizens, the whole business  seotion of the town would hav|  beeji destroyed.  Tlio firo started in -McNi'vpn's  boarding house, wliich ..had* been  partially wrecked liy thelate powder explosion, and spread with  great rapidity to adjoining build-  tigs, Grant & Mounce'a block  caught as also did Campbell Bros,,  block. These buildings, adjoining  the boarding house were coinplete-  iy destroyed and several business  firms burned out -     ���������'���������  The following merchants are  heavy ',losers: Method's gents'  furnishings; Campbell Bros.,gene  ral store and bakery; Fraser'8 barber shop, and Mrs. Mattel's millinery store. J. McNiven's furniture  was almost totally destroyed, loss  about two thousand dollars, no insurance. .'���������-**.'  The buildings being so close together inade the work of the -firemen very, .difficult, and ..as the  town has been handicapped with  its water supply of late owing to  the recent cold snap, a good stream  could not be obtained from tiie'  huse. In order to get'more-water  the electric light plant was" shut  TljtJX-rnTTtntHlri^  supplyconsiderably.-. .   *  It is believed that the fire originated in the .room 'occupied by  George Reed, a boarder in the Mc-  Niven house. Humours are about  as to the cause of the'fire, but as  far as enn bo .lenrnsd it is all a  surmise. Mr, lieid was .rescued  with great' difHciilty. lie was severely ohrned, ���������  J. Scott a boarder unfortunately  lost his life in tlio fire. He- was  cAlIol by liis room mate, but  )),iit failed to get out. Mr. Scott  leaves a wife and family in the  Old Country, and had been hero a  short 'timo. ���������  J Jinnmimp Avenue, the sceneof  lhe fire, pre-H'ticed a dreat-y appear-  iin'co next .day, .villi loty of tlio  'lest biiildinuH in the biiririesa wc'  Rea For  The Horses  **.*<*++.$.**+***4*++������++ ���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>*><> ft**********  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA  Capital. 83,000,000  Kesebve, 54,300,000  Assets,   8*it3,400,000  Diipodi'*.-, $33,700,000  To tlie Editor:���������  It is known to a good many in  the district that'there  is a short  distance below Spring Inn, and a  few yards from the road a splendid  spring of water.   We all know  that in Ihe summer time, horses���������  (and men too);suffer from the lack,  of water on the road to hnd  from  Cumberland. ,'ijWhy   couldn't    a  short piece of *pad, beginning say  at the foot of that steep grade,   a  few chains  below the  Half way  house, not be made, so as  to  pass  on the lower side of. the  spring'  and come ont near the Spring Inn?  A watering troujjh could  thon  be  put in, and an unfailing supply of  water obtained.  W. D.  ������������������' ���������Money Orderai=������g-== "  Rates.         "           ��������� 2  .So nnd under         -      -      -         fi Cents 9  ",Ovor   55 nnd not exoeedingfJlO      6Ceuta ���������  Over S10 nnd not exceeding$S0      li,Cents  . 4  , Over 830 nn.l not exceeding $50      J 5 Cents ���������  These Mon������y Orders are payublo without  post ia Dny   Chartered %  Bonk in Canada. ���������  Interest Added Four Times a Yua,   In Savings Bank.  A. B. NETHERBY,   u^ ~ f  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  Show your appreciation by giving the Fire Boys' -a "bumper''  lnuse on Thursday evening. They  are deserving of it.  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  suits mflDe to ordes and^  .   IN ANY STYJLiE YOO U11SH.  ��������� perfBCt fit guaranteed.  Prices Fronv $20 to $40.  .  ***H>*l  CUMBERLAND,  .  K. C.  ������������^������������'������������5r������'A.5)������^S������*S-?'������*i^   **9m>%*m&3IL>3Q*rVmi9W9m>  R. Chalmers wa6 a passenger to  Denman Island, by Thursday'i*  boat.  o'er  Andrew 'I horn s <n was n pas.sen  to  Nam inn   by   Thurday's  lay',  f  J. Frew, former proprietor of  tho N������w England Hotel, nrrivo-.i  by Friday's boat.   o   E. C. Emde Pipe iitting aiu-  General repairing.  Mr. Chas. Dickens and Miss J.  llobertson, daughter' of Mr. am  Mrs. S. Robertson, of the camp,  were married on last Tuosdaj  evening, tho Rev, D, McGillivnn  officiated.  fRight Price ^furniture Storel  We aro now ehoiring purii-mlnr value* iu fl'all Paper, 1909 patterns  Linoli-uri-F, La<.o Curtains, Rape, Blankets md Comforlera. A  full Hue of Siileb.iards, Buffets, Thin. Caliinrts, Drossers and  Stands, Music Cabinets, and many o lier artels ot''exceptional  valued as Xmas pref.eiits.  During the month uf Docembor every dollar left in our sh'-p, ei  thor on account cr for c-bIi, will tutille you to one c'-ancj for the  Big Prizes now showi.giu our window, to be daiwu for Xinae Eve.  T-lie-R-ight-Pr-ice   Furniture Store.  A. McKINNON,  Manager.  ������������������ t i  ^������<S>5>������@ i iXt-S*5Xi)������(^^Xs>������(^(!    ������&S������������������������^^  IF YOO'- WAN'l^1 GOOD  PRINTING GO, TO THK  K JvW S. FIRST-CM SS WORK  **^*  ^������w5"  AND  liVSoms  *piAm,A*.m-mmmmmifm  Au>'your hnnd*. ch/j-ipnd, cracked,  er low'f.Hovn you "soM.qucki"  vvMrti <*pei\ and bked whun tin thin is  'i"%wn Hah*** ? Have you a cold wre,  ir-nit bhe, eliUM'ilni, or a "raw"  pl4G������,-w.ik!U '4tt flmtm mokei ft agony  ^oi' you ta jj(* nbout. yonr hoiiuudold  dHUci?. If ������<������, Xtoi-Uuli wiU glvo you  ������...il,< n-1 ������.!U Khnl t.hfi f-ii*l*dnmn������od  iftUn. AimUt, tbe torti pi������ <������������������ at n.4jt*������*t*|  l������4;ii*(*4.n'< i.vii JimJ-i.^ v>������i'.'ifcr,i wiU  V,:rk hto.tbt4 wound*., fix. tho imort*  1..^, and't-vUl h������al ijulckly.  Rtfffi'ihis UtlyJ* Experience.  Aim. V������iJ)o������, of l-nrllvnl, aaya:  |   i. VL.HU^t   H Vliif HO  '.US Mi   itil )f*  id tlK-grtMllMncflit Mvaiiurivwi from  .Z.niHni. My 'ImmU ware no koi-o ami  but'Jtsvl ilml It win afn������i,v tn |int ilium  naac ������v*..t������r. VVIi-n I diil, ������n,,thuy wnultl  im-.rt nil Lu'ii Hi iM hi<l ������oili|o*l tlunu  ( n-K.t.K-'t qui'" unii'iNi t.i'Ket f������lli'f front  anythii't 1 i<ut on ilium until | (rind  fata-tlii* Mil ft n������������4Vroi������fi^) wiiun oil oliii  |)*tj Math it, li'v.J TU J.JK cr-uk",  y,ive ms aa^o, MKi.h.aiLlliaiiiflaitiiiiiitiiin,  ami ilk i������ ���������.-> ������l������>.it Uli.ii iiu*Iiwt IU>  Innd* tjotnplateh1, ' It. u\ a. wuadttrtml  li������������!������r an4 aWi-wIn nvlry |io*a*������*  mnn and to;6ny.tl.-oli.'n*ti������ worthy 11|0|, gomii   T||(<   bm*|lljng8   .,.���������,.���������  of tliaf nil conlideuc'o^l  8ti.ppi.rt '     fitt|,y itl8i|>0(|i  of the elector*.-. ��������� Ilo w^ell'laimv..    ^0 ,|1JVt) hm) intwmof] ch*t'cc.n-  in the Pro^it.ce.ni.d liasiv spotless b|(I<>|jh|||o ,tfu||     ,Vfl(j     ||(g o|J th|#  political record.  * ,    r       -     *   ���������   m   *   '     '  Mr. nnd Mrs, J-amea reaeoek",  Misft M,.Ht|ei.autiil li. .Sdnk'tviJItJ  weio jiiMwngur n by tlioU'.oiitg(ii|ig  Ao mer on Sutnrd'iv Inst.  -r-Or.-  L. Arniijtroiig left by Salui'diiy'-s  boat for* Nnftidmu,  Roserved lir-kt'tii for the Hoxiitg  on Bitlo tit  A,   II, 'Pettcey,* drttg  ���������.lore,-  fett-Uti iim turn ttmetm, AtifieL telatet  meal  ���������yi*, ���������*'*(.,**, tieeua, rifitaium, re.-'t...  , *,.t r-rtlri-ittefimtlrrw**' ifa*4*ij*eem������M.  iviio*. U evrn t^mtteim- leieHftrutmratrt*.  ll' ZmLh QZTiirtmlm.   Itlefi0t. if tot,  Ki(| 'llrowii.if trninhig hard for  he conical with ydiiig .loncK to  Hike pbu'ti in thi'Ciimla-rluinl Hall  ni Siuiinltty Ni^ht .li<ii.:l ith.Tlil*.  will br. tlio U'M. Ksbibition uver  piilli'il otT in Ctuulu'rliuul nnd th.  iim'uI buy expcelH to I'onio on'  i'n Imve Inn.i'  In t  11nvc  * *  Week**,  VlHllVIMtl'.      !|J   lllllli  mi !'.".������,1 trtii'd'tg fnr tlv  ring the fire, wliicli if-tnto ealu  for ifivotft'igHtioii, and tlie guilty  pitriiea if dUct'overed Buverely  puiiialiiAi,.      *    ai  L.O.T.M  A most onjoyublo afternoon'wim  -.pent nt tho-home of Mrs -John U.  (Iruyby Uie LwIIhh of tha M.iuh������\-  beei, on Tuowlity, Jan. liitli. the  oeeiisjon being in honor of Minn  Niwli, to'-wliom wnn pt'osoiitetl nn  i\>!���������!i-������������s������h nnd it beautiful engrave,!  Mtu'cabee pin, Mian NhhIi replied  feelingly nnd well, nokiiowledglng  In lining turuia the long contiiiiiuil  Itiiiilnoari of the pwple of Cumber-  Innd tvt Invge; h\\ especlnlly would  ���������-hy rt*iiioii)bni' with wnrttiehf feel-  iiig������ llm thoiiglitfnlnona of Cntu���������  bci'lnnd Mivw, No. 17. of tlm f..  ��������� V T M.  M". and Mrs. \V. C. White   ol  Minto arrived   by   Wednesday1  boat.  Inspector Diek was a ptiBPengjei  wy Weoliidisday's boat.  Mr. Jno. Comb, of Rmilon,  Washington, arrived by W'etlneb-  day'a lipat.    .,  Now Come and  What I  Have Got 1  See'  lm)  ������  Mr. ani Mrs. T. Dwyer lelt foi  Namiimo by Tliumlny's bout.  W. Willafd left by Thursday'.s  boat for Victoria as delegate froin  this eity, to tho Victoria Hoard ol  Trade conference, held in tlmt oih  lllKt  WtU'k,  "Sir. A.''llitllingof lute o'f*C('ttio\  Cooperiiiivo SS������������'k������ry, left Ity ti, ti  (Jo vn-liHit. Yki  Slitidity  la������f(   ett  oute for Torofitn.  CAUI) OF THANKS,  T  I .}.���������  lli  fv  v*/ m  mmu  NOTIOE.  Niith't' \.< ht'ii'by givi-n ihnt. nl'  '.' due'life In cotiin'ctioii wllli  the N'n.v ICiigland lintel ntul other  w M4 hkiM t������4 paid i iiint.'ill'iii.|v In  ivy niiiiriv*y-h ��������� , Mr. P, Piiil-  llppi Ihrri ������i, iJn-rioor t I,������w  wh.) Una lii'im nnt!ioii/..)iJ bi mu to  c Hi'et nnd   ������������������ for tlm Kriiiu*  mn,\Ms mvvi:.:.  ,,1-li  i't  .ti..   r ������i,���������.  II,J     It.    UK,I,  ing nil tlniHu who ii>**i,*itoi) In the  iviiiuvnl uf my stock, atid Having It  Vmni deati'iU'tiojion the night of  the lire.  thos. ricicson.  II'IQ tteriMi of Und in Allwrtn or  Sitsknfeliewnii, to excltaiige for  Ian., nnywliero on ������*K ���������& &" or  along onnal from Nanniiiio t<i()y#.  '.. C liivut, uf Dctmu.ti ur flu tubs  fn'nndi*. R������p'y full pnrtl.uilnr.  i lital iett r to I.-'itrnk K������i'l������������������,  rf;ofl������?i' Albertn,  A WOMAN'S TACT.  And tha Way 8ha Kxplnlntd Htr Dl*  ploinaoy to Her Husband.  It bollix a holiday, tlio blttmlorlnsr  inun1 iiiiuiu cnllB with Ills wife. Tlio  Iim |ilfico tliey wout (lie liu-itima milJ,  Mul In Ih eti|lii������i'd."  "I������"h1u>. indeedV" m'tUt tlio tnnn'n wlfv  liidliiinty.   "Which ono did bIio tlnolly  licc-t.pl 7"  Tlm next plnco tliey woro Informed  tlmt MitrKiiwt.wnH cngiiKod, nnd ngnWi  llu. ii������m'*i wife liminuvl Hritttniflicflml.  ly und iiitiriiiiimls "In olio, liiilood?  Winch oiiv did aim ik-it<|U'' At lliu  llilnl (iltice It wua (lie ticwa ot ik'sslo's  c'liKiipcnii'iit tlmi wiih lirolian ti thom.  Aa liofdro, tlio innn'a wife put tlioqoiw.  thin, "Wliicli oih������ did slip fliinlly tn'IcoV"  n.i ii.i.tr ������*'iv tiiiii'i. tlin mnn nftlil'  "Why did you iikU 'which utto' every  time n nrw onniiitonicnt wnn apriim*  mi iih? Are iIiuho i*lrls ao nttrnctfvc  tlmt men wen* fttlllnn over pncli other  In the Rtnimlilp to pet tltmn for their  ivlvca?"  "Nut itl nil," anld Ida wife, "I don't  mippiw I'lllicr or tliem ever luul Inn  out4 offer, nnd It In h wonder oho g<,t  tlmt. I Mlmiildii'i |x< annn-lHod if tlie  men Iwick out even now lioforo .the  wwlillne dny, tint you M*. denr, I Imd  lo lw dlrdmnntle, Tltow pooplo can do  nte niotiy favor*. The atireat wny to  in*ilu> inyMf anlid wllh tliem la to pr-**  tend to think their girl* tn populnr Hint  every nwn In town wna crrn-y to mnvry  tliMn,"  "Wltb my oppnrtimfttpa downtown,"  Ki'.wu.'d Hm* num. "If I Iind your penlm  we'd Iw nillliiititilnt* iiiKldo of six  luoulba."  ������ That is feood, durable and fancy in the line of Xmas and  (������ New Year's Presents.    All niy lines   are now complete in  ^ everything.    I now take this opportunity- of thanking  one  <| and all of nty customers iu thc past, aud hope to serve them  '���������H belter titan ever in the future.     '  I ��������� *" MoXEAN  g KNOltWIKG ON ALL PURCHASES PONli FUlilD.   .   ,  tml^WtSim**"^^ ������������^iXt^5������(!)������������^^  l9' V  |  Wliile iu Cumberland Deal With  Comox Co-operative Society.  Dealers in lfresli and Salt Meat.sand Farm Produce.  ������������������������������������'���������       All Orders Promptly Delivered. *   ,������  .  R. Webster, Manager.  9999999999999999999j99994>99i99999999999999999  rmmmmimitmiimmmmmWrn^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company'* HEIJR and  PORTim.     Wholesale Dcnlcra In all Kinds of  Wines and Uquors,  SECOND    STREET  tjfttn  .������C>  "lilll|l|iill-i'i|ii|t|fll|tl||||||ii|II|l!IRint|tti!lll|in|IHIII|l|l!t'*,lll,!!*15ll������IIIIIW^^  $250 in Prizes  cAway  Given  every   mouth absolutely KKKE   with  ROYAL    STArslDARD  FLOUR  Rvcty 49 lb sack of ROYAJ, STANDARD I'LOUR .leaving  our mills contains a mtmbeicd coupon. On.the l������st day o'f'each  month io numbers will be drawn and published in the first, ol fa**  mie ol thin pni'.ev following. To each one .holding the duplicate4,  of these numbers, wr will, upon the leturn to us of tlTe coupon.'  deliver free of all charges to nuy address, a HANDSOME CHINA  DINNER SKT of 109 piecen, value ������2s.oo.  Full particulars on the back of each coupon. BKGIN SAVING TIIKM TO-DAY, RKMKMBKR Wc gtmratitce every  litwitmt* o( Royal Standard to be tlic put^st, swee.cst and most whole  some bread flour on the market.     Manufactured only by  Vancouver Killing & Grain Co.. Ltd.  VANCt UYKR, "ll. C.

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