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Array M  THE CUMBERLAND NE  ^ ��������������� "     I- *VV \  A-U6.l5.19d8      ..)  A Journal Devoted Bspeclally, to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND B. C,   TUESDAY,   AUG. ix, 1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  At The BIG STORE  Special Lr this  week 25 per cent, off  on all Straw and Summer Hats.  JUST RECEIVED-  A line of new and latest  in Stiff  Hats, light and dark colored felts.  Large Assortment of CAPS.  CUMBERLAND  '���������������������������*���������    iLiliJcm  fG*S&m\  ^TVffiVmWWl' **1  ������   MAROCCHI BROS.^  grocers a bakers"  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTtENd^WD^KS  *&e*-m**kamtmam**^^  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an���������  Edison: Phonograph  1000 Records in Stocjc  for you to-xhoose from; ��������� ��������� I'  GEM PHONOGRAPH....  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH..  HOME PHONOGRAPH.I..  a % a a a a ��������� ���������  ���������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������   1 ���������  .........$16 50  45 00  a  a a  a   ������������������������������������������������  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines, aud liquors.  SECOND     STREET  diKjuunnaD tsKseogmece **ss***jmimw'*jmi a**;* mmbbum i  k4SO  "'V^esellTtlRe'PfiortograplT and Records  the same price as they are sold all over  the world. We are sole agents forCum  berland and District.   Records are sold  at4Q c. each. CASH ONLY  THE   IWAGflET  CASH   ST01-JE.  THE CORNER STORE  THE CORNER STORE  We have the only Gent's Furnishing Store ia  town. So don't forget that we we carry every-  thiyg in that line. Our Fall Shoes have just ar*  rived in all shapes, styles and sizes. We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear, Hats,  Caps, etc. So DON'T FORGET TO GIVE  THE CORNER STORE A CAIJ,.  J J, N. HcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  >  T. E. BATE,  MUN'S r.ADIKS and CIIILDRISN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES mid SIZES  Groceries KS^frr!"*^ Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,    ������������������������������*���������  ^  ft*fT*l*Kf**tl*^il*t**i^'qf ftt^*^**-(Mt^^ OlmeMtarwrmmmmammX ,  J. McPHEE & SONS.  ool Drinks  For Hot Weathere  EiiTci Tower Lemonade  Raspberry Vinegar  Monscrrat Lime Juice.  Presentation.  On last Friday evening,   the  Well, the P, E. Islanders are  known as the most all-round pros-  porous community in this hemisphere, and they have no use for  autos.    When the London papers    inform us that the English farm-1    J..nj0r grade maximum  marks.  era are practically driven from the  roads, it behoves us to woke up to  our own dangor. ^'e used to  ho told thnt farmers wero tlio  buckhono of tho country, but now  perhaps it is autos.  Finally your correspondent compares tho advent of thu autos with  that of tho ��������� 'steam train," ns he  culls it. I was always undor thi'  impressiun that the -'steam train"  had a road of its own, and never  whs soon on tho public highway.  Ut Cuddy do as tlio "steam train''  dues, and, neither mnn nor horse  will object,  Tax-Paykr No 2.  ItniipU'rry, Vnuills, Pine-apple, Snrsa'utrtlla, etc.  -���������   -.���������win Water Itnllw.--   ~~  aTJff* plat* your order with m now for the BEST PRKS*  ERVIN'ti PKAClIi^~F������r*iC������m*%n.m*m thi* W-wfc.  J. .       *~>|   l***)1***   aaa     /^^i i/s  . McPHEE 8c SONS,  Ih.in-mnir Avrnne Cumberland, It. C.  ACCIDKN1'.  Mr. John Dalby, of Victoria  and Mr. A, Cowio, woro returning  from a drivo last Thursday nml  just us thoy entered tlm barn yn d  tlio horses shied nt a store that  was put out in thu yard for a pa ty  that night. Tho strap   that  hold-*  .1.. ..   t.    ���������   1   1       ,   <       *  ua*.' umisli 1U1U     tot,    Kit'  boiled.  Mr, Cowiy tryed to run tliein into  tho fenoo to stop them, but thoy  took tlm bit In tholr teeth nnd ran  iiuu h mie, Jtlr.Cowju Urn) his now  broken and side injured, M  Dalby was thrown out on his head  aud received a bad scalp won ml.  his two eyes closed, shoal lor and  tmck tuirt. I kali got * hail shaking  up and will lm In lied fur a Uttlo  while. They ure doing as well a*  can l*eex|*oet������������l. Dr. .McNaughton  is attending them.  ������  * Limwi j**in***iii*mi ^*apww 1  lI\i������*f*iu*>**ssfctst*������lV������������������*lJ  tOE  T,  The Auto Question.  To tho Editor of tlio Nkws.  Sir:���������Tour 'correspondent "Cud  dy," (though I doubt if ho is the  gentleman who goes by thnt title)  seems to think ho has effectually  disposed of tho Auto's enemies.  Wo shall see. He thinks ordinary  people nre envious and jealous of  tlm amount ot Cuddy'* pleasure,  whereas everybody knows thnt his  navigation is done under dillloult-  ies, and thnt his machine is as  much of a nniHiincp to himsolf ns  to Ids neighbours,' Happy would  he be If he could wake up some  morning to Unci his money in his  pocket uud his nuto r drenin I  Thero is not n mnn iu the Elect*  oral District of Orinox who* i Income warrants bim in keeping  even ono of those little "horsc-  ficmroi'M, let alone* a regular auto-  uiubllo. From the nature of its  construction, the nuto is, nnd apparently always will bo, peculiarly  the vehicle of tho rich. Aud  what is pleasure to one man is  foolishness to another. I havo  never been able to seo the fun of  (lying over tho ground ut break*  ,...'. i|AtJ. l\.>|m* who enjoy * *���������''���������' ���������"���������"-''/  (t!���������,; ,'i.uai li*io w-lupftti the piga-H^*^'rt*,,J 4i,������ *i,*'������  motlo, ������������a short life and n merry  j one'' for every paper yon pick up  has nn account of somo luckless  i-.ro-������ii MiiMkiit'ti ro piece.***. N������4 thnt  the auto jicoplo generally are of  much n������o to tho world, but no-  Itody asks them to fly out of it in  tlrat rut*11 ion.  Your lorrf-.jKjudint thinks the  time I* nt hand when "tho 1i/irs������"  ruiut lay at*ide his burden, and  giv������������ np lo the rapid progre-* t-f  man's lnvention������." Tlwre ha\*e  liwn man j p-mpl^i*--** of the dr-  *;.��������� rrrn.** of 'tw lioi'sc. ytt woliody  $ with a good one wants to give him  j it way.    ( fear thst whin  lite hut  I horwa hire*, tin* *a*t man  won't j ���������  n. ������ ��������� ���������  j I* Ur M.iR,l Irbn Mf M o| Vtlnwjimf, ���������.  )    Ihm he urnk* of th# <W"H;������rivcd in towll m ^^ m^.  Mixtures baseball team assembled  at the residence of Mrs.vD. Anthony, the object of the gatherjng  was to give their Manager, Mr,  West York, a surprise and show-  ing their appreciation, by making  a presuntation to lilm. After  some songs had been gone through  Mr. Wm. Harrison the Mixture's  Captain expressed himself by a  fow woll chosen remarks, after  which ho presented Mr. York with  a beautiful fitted travelling bag,  011 which was eugrared ou a silver  plate the following: "Presented to  West York Aug. 7th. 1908 by tho  Mixtures baseball team."  ;���������" ���������   ���������*"  The Sunday School held their  nnnual picnic in the fair grounds,  at Courtenay Aug. 4th.  J. McPhee & Sons, who bought  out the Cumberland Supply store*  at Courtenay, have moved the re-,  maining stock ov������r to their own,  store.  ������������������Hugh"  has been seen of late*,  quite often in the vicinity of Black  Creek, Wo wonder what the attrac*  tions are. >  HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS.  1,000.  Number of condidates, fl;passed  0; Jossie Frame, 8J*8; HaKol  Frame, 800; Miunio llorhury,  700.  Prellminury course, junior  yriule, maximum marks, 1,100,  Number of candidates 2; passed,  )i\ Irene Mouuce 080; Agnes  Frame, 581.  Valley Notes.  IheC. T. and M, 1.8, met on  Friday last with Ihe intention ot  unking two soclo'ioiof ti oorigtnnl  una. It was discussed by different ones, and tlmy vamo to tbe  t'oi cliiidon that it would hinder a  lot of thu grown folks from attending If the eh lid ron were ruled  out. so it will remain as it is.  Mr. Boddy who has been mgr.  for the Cumberland- Supply Co..,  has left for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs, J. D. McLennon*,.  and family have left fer their houie>  in Field, B.O.  Creech Bros, hare bought over  Mr, Crocket's interest in the livery stable. It will be known  hcronfter as Creech brothers instead of Creech & Crocket,  A largo party of yonng folk*  drovo over to Llttlo River lasfc  weok and enjoyed thoinselves to  tho height of their ambition witli  games and bathing, all oi which  favored the appetite for tho supper  that was furnished by the ladies*  to which tho yonng men wish to>  extend thoir tlmnks.  A largo scow load of shinglef  was Inndod at Comox wharf ta  enre of Mr, I, Cliff, which are to  bo distributed among a few of tho  ranchers of the settlement,  01,1) NEWSPAPERS FOR  SA1.K AT TIIE Nmvs OFFICE.  'X cents per HUNDRED.  A iiho-viUun H^ltay U������% been  opened np in the Davis block hy  jack Vipond.  RANCH  FOR SALE      - i"    ��������� ���������     i   i   im n    .i.   i... i  -  ~   Ranoh on the Boy Road of  87 ACRES, 7 of whioh are  oleared: 4 room house A barn  mt������ of th  iijyMitJw^  W  PRICE     $2,000  enquire or P. P. HARRISON,  BARRISTER AT LAW  CUMBERLAND Tm>  NTEWS,  Ctj'MBfcttLAOT, MffiSH  CQLtftl&&  Tie Gumbgrlanfl hm  Issued Every   Tuesday by the  Gome*   &   Garnbeirland  Publishing Company.  !....-���������-'j ia por will not hold  itself,  ���������.'" SI!) I  ���������r tbo ftpinidn-jof oth-  .'fs, :..-. 'ir.'.v ap"jA'!-u- in its columns  '.'.... tii-'v io ti-itt-*.  TUESDAY,    AUG.  ri,   ri)U8  Tk Foe of Mankind.  *- Iu tho Jong warfare between tiie  sApider and the fly, the latter, lias  iliad the 'housewife-for its .auxiliary  ���������and friend. The tlies have been  .tolerated, even fed and nurtured,  "while tho spiders and their -webs  ..Ibeenruthlosslj* destroyed.This unre,  quitting and unrelenting war a-  ���������gainst .it keepb the spider population down, virile the ilies increase-and multiply by tho millions and tens -of xuillions, almost,  unchecked.  The'spider -is ugly and Jiis web  is unsightly in the estimation of'  .most people, but spidore hurt no  luraiin .creature. Thoy feed .on  itiies, wliicii are the foes of man-  flj-ind., and do laanlcind a, service-  lit was once supposed that Hies  ������������������were harmless and promoted clean-  HiuesB by l-heii-  unremitting v?.ork  ���������as scavengers. .Buta.-Bcav-eugeris  Wit aa agreeable or safe .oompan-;  Son. Many diseases are wai-turedj  fey filth, .and the ily, ilittiug about!  ifrom putrefaction and decay to;  ���������soundness and health, .cherries on;  'lliis feet tho germ of decay and  ���������disease, and, so far as .those germs  larw transferable, tho ily blights  ���������everytiling it touches.  Thin hawnl'ul agency of tbe  ���������,commoh .ho'it-HV.-i!j is ro'cognixed''  ���������.���������Ji'-v*, Uii ii was, not in the past, and  iri'voi-'iiii to .o.voludo it from the  .'Jioir'o-are in common use, They  ii-lieulti bo in .universal use. Boards  .of Hfaith- in Eastern ciitios nro  .���������jirculftUng cards to residences, bote '1-, ivsvauranta and other places  ior tine in tiy timo. Thoyconliiin  ���������tlicsi' vulea..       ,  lvBop Lho Hies away from Uie  ifiick, t^pecially .those ill with con-  ���������.tugitiuii jiisoases. Kill orery fly  tthui nlmya into tl-to sick room. His  Ibotly  is  covered   with    diseiuso  'Ut'i'MW.  jAy not allow decaying material  ���������of awy i������ort to accumujato on or  Hour your promises.  Ktc**> all Tec*������ptacles lor garbage  icnmfw.i:iy cov'cj'cd and tho cans  *dV.i,,i.i>*i or sprinkled with lime or  c'.l. l't'iir kero>e:i������ into tho drains.  'C"Vi*r I'i mil Jti'iyi- ii, nuntl; ! urn or  h ,t*\ '������������������������������������lili* rel'iim*.   ���������  -I*1 ���������  ii uli I'i.miI "\'ti .'-il for m\o.  nil wiii*|ii",'i' or dt'uru 0M.ee  ....I1)' Ur.. kitcliui. and dining-room  ilfi't forget tbnt. if you see  lll<w- their breathing pluco is   in  nearby filth. Keep flie3 away  from tilth anr refuse and they cannot multiply. Keep garbage and  all food out of their reach and  thoy "wilt g^'elsewhcre^ : as they  must eat. Their search for food  ia perpetual and tho more revolting tho .substance the more welcome it ���������corns to tbem. Wounds,  Bores'and disease have special attraction for them and thus mako  them the messengers of pestilence.  They carry on their feet the bac  illi of typhoid, tuberculosis, di*.;-  theria, measles, sepsis or blood  poison and other infections iliseus  os, Tliis is not mere theory, but  has been.conclusively, demonstrated by tests of golatin plates, on  which tho ilies were induced to  to alight after feeding, on meat  .smeared with cultures of various  bacilli. .,-  Thoy go direct from putrefaction  to human food, from indescribable  tilth to the lace of the infant, from  noxious dibcase to the lips of  maidens, and their feet establish a  direct communication between the  objects which tbey touch. As a  transmitter of disease they are  mail's worst enemies. Kill them  screen theniystsrve them,leave them  no place iii which to" breed. '.There  is death- in their touch' keep  them away.  NOTIOE is hereby given that 30 days  after ditto, I intend to apply to the Hon,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a liceuce to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and undor  the lands covered by water opposite the  foreshoro-df D,enman Island, Comox District, B. 0., and described as follows:���������  Commencing at tjhe uouth cast oornor post  of, tue north eis-t fr.ditotiitl quarter of section 4, Uennian I-Hanil, British Columbia;  thenoo ecu-It 80 chains; thenoe east 80  cbaiu*; thonce north 70 chains, more or  Um, to the hit-It wa or mirk; thonce foi.  lowing iho sinuotsitiee of the foicahore to  poiut of commencement; contnining GiO  acrofl, mortt or lees. ..,,-..  Dated Denruuu Isjand, B.C., July 80, "08  '"; S'    *';:'"'"'''   ' E. KAWATUUItA,'  K. Koto, Agent  lovte Stronger than  fear of leprosy  Los Angeles, Calif, July 31. ~  Determined that be would not be  separated from iii.s wife, whoisn  leper,and has been confined attlie  eounty hospital, Brigadier GonoraJ  David K. Ward well,, a, retired veteran of two wni'P, has stolen her  from the institution and rushed  her accrosa the Mexisan border,  where ho declare.-he will live witli  hor until death ���������separate*** them.  No attempt will be made to bring,  thoni back, as the lllciids flay tbey  bnth huvo threatened tu end their  lives if forced,to live apart.  a\ma*mnmmmmmrivm)+mAmm* ���������**m*a/*0mi*mmi  SyuopsiR   of  Canadian   ilomesuad  Itogulatious,  MAtiVIIATUp  U thi ���������ter,  i *<"������* ������������*fr,em.  ./.'/.������.j*":'  Any '.viiilublo Dominion LhiuIr williin  tlm lUilwuy Doll in llritimli Colniub'n,  mny lm huiiioiteiutot'l by nny \hwhou who  in tin* Htik' luiud ut it fititiily, ur nuy nml  tiv, r IS yearn of ii|'t', to tlio extent nr one  tjiinrtor wicllou of HU) itt run, morn or Ichn.  Kutry iiiiidt bo mmhi |i*iiuwiinliy nt thu  looiil lnnt'l ollloo for the iiicl.t'it.1 in wlilnl,  tlm litixl  Id Hlttmlii.     J'Jntry by   -ne.v)  nii.y, liwivor, be uiiidu un c������rtiiiu i-ou  *llt**ii.������l y llutriitli-'i', i.wtliiT.'t ui, 'tiut,'!i  tor li-iilluT or  hA.Ivi- nf ,-t,j,.| iiitctnlitii'  Illl'llftl'llll-M*,  Tlio litunOiitoiitli rit* n-i|uirfjilt/.i|iorftirni  tli*! t'oiiditiutiii ct-iiiifctml lliuio.villi  undor mi'-nf tli������ ftillni-, ini; (iIhiih)  (II Al Itt-ifctHitlutJiitlih' iir.ilijiii'i! ii|itiii  anil ciilllvnlii't* of Um Imi,. in fucli your  fin th it'u jtiiirn,  '(���������>)" ff the, fnMinr fur mothor. if th������-  fatlu������r lit (lei'.i-iHt'U). of llm linint'i-tiiiKlot  it't*itl������s np"ii n fiirtn in tliv vicinity tn' l.lti-  liintli'iit rtnl for, tin* I'tviiiittntfiiia tw te  M'������*iii*iuci* ini;y bo iiittliilii)," by unci poiB.u.  iV'iiili u vt it.t the tutlior or uioili.ir.  i I'll lilltt uiittler bmi l.iti |Kiriinmiiiit rt*  ff.'ileinf up *ii funniiii' Juntl mtiiftj i/y  liim in iIn* vu'lnityof liU iiotni,������*,toml, tho  i"|ii'i. ui'iitB u������toroimilont'i* amy lw M<  111* tl by n-Hiifonee tipon th������ hhii! fniid.  Hix montliti'notion in   writing uliouhl  bo trivcu tu tlm Commitniionor nf !>*. inin-  (on LiMtdit at Ottawa of ititwU'on fo up  ply for putent.  C������i.'.i..--*..'i,iU mluliii* ii������li(������ nuy In.  loMtml for n> period uf t������t'iily-otie >e,irM  ���������t un iinti**i������l natal of II |������>r hcra. Not  moro tli'in 'ifiW term hIuiII bo IohhmI to  ���������n������ intlivithiHl or oompuny. A royulty  ���������it t������f r������t������ *.f ft*r������ tettte \m ton ahsll t������  "tl,'"-*'") ii i.liflm*rclifmt'/b!",���������*���������,-! n.lni *  VV. W.fX'HV,  ti.������p'tly nl tin*. MinUlf, of On' Tuturim  N.H.-IJnutithoriikil publiemion of Uijm  mUi*rtitit-mt'iit will not in- puiil forr  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  CoinmisBiouer of Lands and works for a  licence to pro3poct for coal and petroleum under tho foreshore and under,, the.  lands covered by water opposito the fore-  shoro i*f Denman Island, Comox District,  B. C. and dobciibed ub follows:���������Coi-c-  mencing nt tho a������.u h-03st ooruer post of  the nnrth-ti-'st fra������tiau!������l quarter _t>f .Motion 4, DeDniaa Island;. British Columbia,  thenco south 45 'chains; thenco  wost 80 chains*; thence north 80 chains,  thence following' the" sinuosities of "the-  foreshore to point ot commencement  containing G-IO aores, more or less.  Dated, Deuman IsliuU, B.C., July 30, 'OS  'S.'NAKAKO  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE is her py given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to tho Hon.  Chief 'Jommi'tioner of Lauds and Works  for a li eneo to prospect for coal and po  troleum under tho foreshore and under  the lands covered by water opposite tho  foreshore of Duumim Ishud, Comox District, B. C, Mid described as follows:���������  Corainencing' nt- the north-west corner of  S. Nakatio's ciii'������.,- thence iBouih''70  chains; ihenc vest 80 ohaii^; thence  .nor-th���������Sb-uhaiiis;���������th2ajoe���������e,ist_6D���������clmins,  more or lc**n,"tho-ce following thosinnoE-  ities of the forehhoro to point of com-  inoiioament; containing C-l'J acres, mi/fo  or less, ,;   . ���������  Dated, Penman Island, B. C, July 30, '08  JC.KOTO.  NOTICE is h'urobv fjiven thnt 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Gonnnisiionoi ot Lands and Works  (or u licenco to prospect for coal nnd petroleum under tho foiwhore nud under  the li.nds covered by w.-ter opposite the  foreshore ot Deiimiin Ixliinil, Ci im x District, B.C., and de-cribed as follows:���������  Commotieing nt the no, th-eaut eoritor ot  K.. Koto's uUiui; thenco west 80chains;  thence north S'J cliuinR*, thonco east 05  chains, moro or lfss, to high water mark;  thonco following tho sinuosities of tho  foroshoie to point' of o.inmieucoment?  containing fi*10 acieo, morn or h-ss,  Dated Denmiui lslaud, B. <\ July 30, 'OB  MO TO KOTO  K. Koto, .\gent.  TAKK NOTICE that CO duj'H of ior  ditto, I intend to apply to tin* Hon,  Chief Conuninaloiior of Lands and Works  for n len.ij ot the foroahore ot Heuuuin  Isluiid, B. C, iloiorib'������<J ns follows:���������  t'* niinnncng A h jioat- pluntoil nt the  ���������otiih-Host uiiriior ol' the fnu'llniial north  on.t ip>t,r nr ut teution fi, Uomnuu I-tlnnd,  b. IJ.; Iliencn wi'st'Uolmnii*.; th*m*j*t north  ���������10 ohnin*.; tlionoo eaul 27 uhaiiiH nmru or  IttHH to the hij-li water ui'iik; tlidoo foi  low ng tho t-JuufMiiiloi of ihe fort'.ihorn  of ������aid l'onu.tiii IuImikI, to p"it*t of com-  uiunueniout, coi,dining lGOaurcii iin.iv or  lo.it.  Dated Duiiiniiti Itilmia, B. C. July 80, 'OS  8. NAKANO  K, Koto, Agent  NOTICK  Kvery Monday and Friday 1  will be in tuwu to deliver l'rc.vh  iiUttcr .",nd all kinds ol" I'luils  ,tud everything in tlic Vegetable  lino; iil.sii buy uud yruii., fix-vdi  and got'tl.  j>7  Cimi Ykuk,  Saudwick,  iJrU 'XU iMa JLf&u^Js  to get ynuv I'it Shoe*:  iividc to order for Mrno  A pair of shoes half  sulcil ft'V 7t*c. a pair.  All work reduced iu  price. W ork done  promptly.  N.Porks Shoemaker  l/nfon,  n. c.  English 4 xBUHTON always on tap ah-o, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Auhenser, Bobitmion, Schlitr., &C. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Befit Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tltt) hoarding aud Lodgiog Uepurtmont, under the immediato sttpcriutendonoo of Mrs  Davis, vvill be found First class id every respout.  RATES,  **>l oo per day upwards.  aj*B**������ibi**������ll W IIHII il****i******Hl|  ���������^���������������9'^*9<f$'99999������9^'9������9^ ���������^$^*%%$������$!$������$$v$$??$V  I JUST A LITTLE REMINDER J  4 "lest you FORGET." /*>  % iiiiiiuiiiHiiuiiiintiiuiHiiHiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiuiw <|  ��������������� That-we are   Headquarters    for   Wnoleums.  Carpet  *  <8| Squares, Rugs, Beds, Springs aud Mattresses.      Vour Iu- ������  4} spection and orders are hereby solicted and will be   high *���������*���������>  * ly appreciated.                                                       .',.���������*���������  ������j iiui i itt:i������H������iiu������ it iiiiii if * i uiii itin airt-ii iiun in iiii ii iiii ��������� 11 ii iii tmii i siuii ut-u 111 ii ttii u 11 ti n i������i i iiiiitiu i������ 1111 ii ii ii ��������� ntut i it iuii ������u������ i;������������mini tnui 11 h������h i n n fr  1 ^SSs'Ssr 3-H* coLtnra I  ���������*^f''i**??*;-f'  feplmait S Manairao"By  ���������*&'ft'S*5ft'S'.'****^**ift'ft^&*ft'*������ft 6*ftfe*s**'&***fe������$*A*A**fe'*'M'a  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  "^ REWERY  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  victo-ejia.���������ccim:o3s:     iso-erT-a.  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. 53 for  Nanaimo, calling at Crofter. Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenf] fre.^ht cr  passengers offer,  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Hay Comox and way pons  Lews Comox Thursday 7 a. in., for  Union Ray Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a.  m,, for  Union Bay Comox and, way portS.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANcoxrvjj-a - nanaimo - lady  SMITH   ROUTE.  S. S.     -'JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver   for   Nan mi  daily, except Sundays, al    30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouver  daily, except Suntlajs, al 7 a.m.  Drink   U.  B. C, Bohemian  iDEwifcn^-"       Nanaimo ft t  When In *   Stay  Tiie^'C^Ttena^H^tJ  Every convenienoe for guests.  The Ceutial Hotel for Sporttsinon  None but ihe Best of Wines and  Liquors  at tlic liar.  HATES REASONABLE  John Johnston, -   Pro.  in sen son at  D. II UN DEN'S  Whys .v.T  vn    town.  ���������������   cbcap n������,  ���������?  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FlKHT-l.LArW  CANDY, KJIU1TH,  iMtJAHrt      TDIlAt'ilOS  POLLECIATE   SUIOO  H:OU   IK)**,'.***.  ��������� no Uuirel3.        EJtklnii'   tied  Virtwi-j B f,  I'lU'iilt   .i-.iil    ',',  i,,t,  VI 01 Ml   'tf-'Ufil'   1 if   rOl.llMUtA,  iloul ,*;,,.ii,r  I.W. ?,,UNd, ItVO.,   lit, A.,   OSI'olili.  AvfinUii by lluui.1 tiut'iuiiliu i*( the lii.-cnt*  ni/t'd Uiiim-iuui, i,f (In ;it I'.riiiiin *.t,d Ci.ik  M*.i(*ont'"i torn ��������� ior li.ortlcit,  }'t<i|*i)My fiin-i ���������������* of li.- ,i*-t>.*< wtili i|,it  imtmthtiitl litiililitiiia,   ixiucvo   r<i.,i,������tiii  i>fumiiii uyni Jtiiiin,     CfltUt *-orp*- ti^tn  Al'i'JvV TO IIKAU MAS'JKK.  -^7 tf-j** ,,*i'*^t**^* ���������"fr* ri* rir* ���������ri'**3r* '4^* S������ pi* ^^���������*^*������**,i^'������^'������**i������ "-J-*** ���������**4,*j5?*ir*  V ANCOTX VJEB-l-JA WAIM    - C CMi X  UNION.  "S. S. Queen City"  (C.P.R.)  Lea  8 Vhucouvci*, Sunday, 7 pm. " Ar  rives at Nana uio, Sunday, 11 p. m.  'Lesve* NauttimO'Mwidtiy,   3 u. ni.    Ar-'  t-tvts ut Union, Mot-.iluy, II a, in.    Arrive  at Ci'mr***-, IMeiiday, 1 p, ui.  L* avc Comox, M.utday, 7 r. m.    Artivii  , iat���������LIuiun,������AI'indtty,_8���������)j,jiu  f Hayman & Maxwell. ?  % Proprietors. *f  Jmf ti������*wiiKKr*������'*������'������-trtri^^ *������Tmm-rw+rmtmmax.'*a'\**,   f  ���������f-TKAMS'lKrVS, and DRAYMKN??  ���������fSlNULE and DOU11LE KU.S*?  j,For HIRE. ALL ORDERS V  .j. PROMPTLY   ATTENDED   TO X  V* menr.'mrrrweaa.xiiiummnwt.- am *rmnt.s**rraavtmtmn*,-.i.,-#tv mje  ISrd'St, GumbBrlai ft I  '*-*^���������'t**t**S'*'^'^"',4*'���������,t*,'t,' !*-**i''*ft,*4",,-X':'4*' l'"i"*-Jw4>r4"i''l^  ^���������m}f^tt*a^^it$mi\^i^^  C. H TARBELL  mammmd.mmwmammr^mvawet'mvm'Ta-^. *mw**m. *w t \mrmnmm  ���������*��������� ;���������*��������� mte.at t ��������� ,t. ���������jm*J*n*^*%-*t+rna*riwi->m*>**-*i*t*ia*%  flHGH GRADE-STOVES;  -r And Oil   K1TCHLN 1UTKNSJL5 '  I Sportsmens Goods  i  'tutl  General Hardware  Wlien in Cuffitelanil  STAY AT THJS   IV     Al,l, CllNVKNIKSCM   FOH   Ovi'l-VI'H'  ' in: D.tu ih "���������"'jw'.ii'.ii v.nii  Beat Liquorr. and Cljrara  J, It, 1UNNKIIMAN.  Lfave Union, Tueaday, 5 a. in. Arrive  it Ntuuimo, Tuesday, at 11.80 a. m.  LenveB Njtitiimn, Tuosday, at 1 )������. in.  Arrive tit, Vancouver, TuebdK), ut 6 jj.uv  Calling at Wav Potts Mlau fieifclii, 8td.  yaiisuugers offer.  TIME TABLE   EFFEOT1VK  'October    lei, 1907,  NOU.ril BOUiND���������llead    l'twn  Pasaeneot  Trains  P. PHILLIPS HA2EIS0S  l.iftVflJiitii'A #.������r������d  VA + iicAlti- V  unA  Notm-v Public  Con vt^'i-jnul ii sf  fl ii ***!* V> nii'l r**������rl n    fl  b li li *JUI .a,j, ii j,.    U.  Datlv  Smithy  Statiouc,  Ko."l  Wid.  i*i.tt.  No. 3  Viotoria,  Do.������ no  Do, 15 CO*  ltiu>.e).*i,  fl.("t  Ji (*������'  8l!rt������uigun,  10 17  IU.'ij  ii  10.2*2  10.18  Cobble Hill,  1(1,10  HI SO  ('iiiriohun,  Jtt,.J8  HHI  Kokiii'iih,  10. fill  11147  Uuiirftn'",  11,''fl  Jll.*8  ���������SolllCtlOH,  ,      H.07  17 10  WuoMioliiio,  11.16  n.'i'l-  (3heuuiimi������,  11 Ii2  n ;������  Lml*, i-mith,  11.67  17.55  South Weliingtrn,  111.IS  HMD  Nttuainiti,  1 ���������.',:���������!������  18,."i0  Wclliii'-ttiii,  Ai 12,83  Ar lb -in  SOUTH BOUND���������Ileud Up.  ��������� *-**���������,!������������������r'*-*m,������mmmimi *������������������������"* **-**+** '.um*wi>iii������it*^*#������w,n..������>- m-rt**-mmm)  No, 2  N... *1  Vtottnta,  Ar. 18.I'll  18.M  KlIKHrlH,  12,02  lh i'.I  .Shawi.igHii,  HI SI  17 .15  ���������i  ',0,'8  17. r*o  t'olilile Kill,  10.10  17,1.12  CfiWk-linii,  10,1'.  17,08  Koli. iluh,  10,00  17 l*������  Iihiiciui'h,  10.0'^  lli.M  ���������Siiinrtiiii.,  tt.47  lu-;;;  Wwthnliiii',  o.:i7  io :t'J  (.'hoiiiiiiiiUH,  H,vi6  HI 22  Ltil)������tt,itli,  lit*. 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I.. CUUiU.M.Y, lii*u Fi'l, iv Unit. A*-,  mmmWaamWamemmm>ma>-m. *r<#|-t#t,*iHHIillMNW'M*l%iN1* ������������������ t ��������� *  co VRAna*  exi>ERir.Ncr.  ���������*?  Trwr.r, Mari'ii  Onicri-*  . . . . Vartr.'nvrn be.  Anmile ������on<,l'iti t,kk������tph ut ,i.������. i,-t.ii,ii ������.<���������/  **ni*iir M������-**rt.**iti <������������������*������ r.j.iiii.,,*, i't-t -..., ��������� ������������������ ��������� mi  |H������������HII**> t������ t������<'l'kl't< > ���������   .'I tl,l������������      '   .'���������M|,||'.������.  t',*ti������<II<M1f-Milt-,'"'",,-, .,!. *)},-,!,( J, j -,      'i     ,i  ������������������nt frw������, t*l-l������l ������ifii������n}' fifiM������tiriv>ui*���������*''>.  ���������tMlmls f.il'i'H tln*,n,fl. M*ii,i % i.,. it.titid  *f*"lil*������ni.y, wlili-nuMi.rpf,, inn*  Sdeniilic JiwAmi  *, ���������ktn*l������t.������<*'ly.tiiwit������lr.i v.. .���������,    ij,,,,,,, r,,.  en*,it*iii ������,f vir ������u.",i|!.rt l-.������������.r.������!.   'I'm,.., t, ������  yBV-t Uiai tw-.tth**, it. ii'M l,/ '.'1 r,.* ������������������'���������> n.i ,-���������,  WUHMACn^'^^riii'ivyiiw !rv  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BKITISH  COLUMBIA:  %n  fl!IFt''lt*i*W3HP  CO  Oi  f**  o>  y  a  -3  /F^  tnrs country say ing *now ���������tier ao" an  hour at a stretch, I pnsa It up." Aloud  ho Bald: "Co-john* along fine. How'8  your father?" "Cuss mo If I dou't  iehlft tho cut a Uttlo anyhow/* ho add-  'ed mentally. ^  . "Why, he's vcvy well indeed!" et-  (claimed tbo lady, with fervor. "How"-  i Sho got no further on tlio query, foi  tho other woman Interrupted lu a tone  of scandal. "Mary Ann Dernllr, how  Van you talk like that? Your father's  !been dead this live year last Angnstl"  . Tho horror of tho moment waa liro.  ���������ken by tho appearance of Miss Mattlo,  crying hospitably on seeing the visit-  lore, "Why, Mary antl Pauline, how do  'you do?"  1 The shorter one, ranltue, looted up  land said sharply, "We're well enough,  Mattic." She was weary of the form.  j "Come right in," said Miss Mattle.  ("You'ro just in time tor dinner."  There was a gi-cnt protest nt this.  They "hadn't a moment to spare;"  .they wero "just going down .to the  'corner nnd had stopped to say," etc.  , "You've got to help uie," said Miss  Mtittle. "Will here Iims invited the  L'oy3 who are working for him to stay  rto dinner, and it won't be tiny more  'thiin Christinn for you to help me  out"  "Ladies," said Red, "If you dont  waut to starve a rent*, who's deserving  !of tt better fate take off your fisiiiga  -land'come out.to'dinner. No,'"hc coiv  Itimied to their pnrtostn, which ho observed were growing weaker, "It's no  'ti"<"'ible at all. There's plenty for everybody. Come one, come all, this  house shall tiy clean off Its base ua  soon ns I! .Nojy.���������for_hea-cen's..sako..  "TadTesTit's nil settled���������come on!"  Whereat they laughed nervously and  (took o;f their hats.  It was ti jolly dinner, party. The  ���������young fellows lUetf had picked up in  jtlie blacksmith's shop Were not the or-  dinar-/ quality of lonngors. Thoy were  I.hoys of good country pnrontngo, with  ,n common school education, who uu-;  fortunately could llutl nothing to do  J but the occasional odd job. Of course  it would uot take long to transform  ��������� theui hito common ne'er do wells, but,  iiiow they were merely thoughtless  jboys.  The whole affair bad nn al fresco  ...flavor which stoppered conventloa  Tho two woruon visitors pitched in nml  'bad ns good a time ns itnybody.  1 In tho middle of the festivities o  jovmg man walked past tho front  fence���������n stranger evWantly, for his  lelothos wore the cut of n city, ond u  cosmopolitan, up to tin to city nt that*.  Ho stopped ond looked nt tho bouse,  jlicsltutcd ti moment - nud then wnlkod  I in, buck to where tho folk wore catlap*,  ' "Bxcuse me," said ho u������ thoy looked  |uj> ut him, "but Isn't this Mr. Demur*  ���������|liou������>?'-'  i A momentary rllonco followed, as 11  jAvns not clour whoso tnrn It wns to  ^nawor. Miss Mtittle glanced around  nnd, finding Red's oyo ou her, replied'.  ["No, sir. Mr. Domllt's house la nboul  'a mllo farther up the rond,"  I "Doar mo!" paid tho young man rne*  Iftilly. ITo was a spick nnd Kpan, In-  i toll I mint looking ronn, wJOi lews of the  |<lnndy nhoiit him thnn tlio nlr of n  mnn who had never worn anything  .font clothes of the proper trim tknd  .'boeomo qtilto used to It. Noroi'tholof-j  tho sweat ntood out tn drops on his  (foi-ohortrt, for Pnlrflphl'ii fr-tnt "ntrenl"  'Invorod of n Ids** niovnl re*/! *"i thnn it  'realty yrttn on a forollin** st*,': nor -fttwy.  ' Tho young man sighed f;;;:ikly nnd  )\vI'iod lil'.i hond, "Woll, that's too  ^Htl." ho cflld, "I'm n Hlrnii:"*!* here-**  '   would you kindly tell  tnu  whoro I  could gut some dlnnorV"  "What's the iimiUir with thnt?" In*  ;   quired nod,   pointing to   tho mniit,  ��������� which sttll pi'werved nn nlr of ration  1 grout now, llu hnd Hlcetl tho look of  i   the other IiiHtnntly.  ��������� Tho HlrtiUgiH- looked (IrMt at Hod mid  i then nt the roniit. "Tlio only thing I  \ enn hikj tho mntler wtth thnt," ho nn*  !��������� ���������werert, "In tlmi, It In n sllco too Illicit."  "Kono!" cried  Itod.    "Mow got It.  -Mattlo, mini Iter pinto mid wctt'toim to  ; lit.   Bit down, nlr, nnd rout your fo������  f  vered feet.   If you don't llko wnlkliig  ��������� nny lienor thnn I do, you've probubly  } tstituvn frnifinotitH of ono of tho com-  ) ipfltidnitntH nil tho wny from whoro  ���������*  the stttw** ilmrmi'd von to <(������������������.'������ oim\1������  ; iroo."  '.      a **eeuiH to ine tuni I did nuikui  u coiiid tviimrli:i (bat ( never lettmed tit I  i my mollior'H hnoo," it-tomwl the other,  i iniiRliliig.     "And    I'm    e-rct'cdlngly  ; obllRed for tlio Invitation, n������ tliera  t   OoC'in't   'IM������'f>   Iii   Im**   '*   hntfit   hr,rr.    .,������������������*  I itni but a dturoo twuth of nturvu.  tion."  '���������llPttjor blncUV" nuliml tho bout, wi'tj  n quick glnnco at III* gwont.  Tho other CAught tlio nlltinlon. "I  haven't followed tho denl," ho replied,  "hut I'll chnnco It on tho red."  Bomeliow ho felt lustantly nt home  mid nt earn; It wnn n qnnllty thnt tied  ���������Jiiiinileiii (iiii|������������r*cd wlit-rnver ho went.  There you nr*, nlr," tmltt R*d, for*  "wnMliig n plnte full of Jnl**y nit������at.  "Ttio Indies will unjiply Uio dw>r������*  tton*,"  *������rio yon ttko rt������*������ tu a vc(tr<������h������>,  r.lr?" Inquired MJ>*f* Mflttlfl1.  "No, he ftnwiut," Intwrnpte*! tted.  ������������������He liken It ae nn animal. Never utt  r,v\ ono tvho lortlt^d Imn llko n vcrj.  tfA*r than onr friend." The young  v ',i"������ I,*ii6h rtinu out abovo the oUt-  t\- ���������  If you are in need of printed stationery of any description, call and see us.  Our stock of Bond Papers, Envelopes,  Business Cards, Calling Cards, Flat Papers, Wedding Stationery, etc., is of the  highest quality, and as we have added  some of the newest and most up-to-date  faces in~The type kingdom to our plant, we  are in a splendid position to cater to your  wants.  "��������� \   . ���������   : ''   '    - .'���������"������������������  Letter   Heads,   Bill   Heads,,   Statements,   Cards, Circulars,    Pamphlets,   in  ^kctan^tiyjagJ-nJihe���������  WATSOM������������  Kins of Scotcii Wlii*������kie������  9  TheHUDSONSBAYCO  Sole AaflsntS"foi1 S: C  Cumberland,      B. C.  r-guwu'aut'JWi'uivaMi-H** iiiiun" ������������������-������������������ycatt**  ��������� r  rooi- miss Mattlo wntfoonfusod. "It'y  too hud ot you, Will, to put nucb a  uieauing on my words," eho said.  "Tho strtingo part of lt is," npoko  tho yonng man, seolng nn opportunity  (or n joke nnd to doal courteously with  %,t\mt of the tahlfl 4n MIhh Mnltle Hmnu  his tuicitnfiio.f' at c.iu Hiiin������������ liiiu'-"iliu  pevullur luct in that my miuia Ik l.el-  Uh."  i.t.\ii,v������r   ������ii*'ii   i..*u.    ".Mnuie,   1  rtpoloBiro���������ho la n Vi>i!t*tiil)lo."  At which they all IntightKl ngalu.  "And now," r I IK'tl, "I'm Hod  BJUinJors, liKo o, M Clnintn (k-ecliiH-  rnucli, (mrltory *, Ihtkotn-ftnto of  North l'ukutn, I menu. Can't a*et u������ed  V* th-i '.*tnte lnv-in iv.*. Tl.i ;c';i a l'.l'.l .;*������*1  n Dlfk u.i this Rldo of me und two .lohni*  fi'i't n 'iiniPij' on <ti>-������ otltor, F'*",i' "f  the t.iMy Is Mlsii M.itllo Iiiiundwnt, U'*t  to lif-r-jn.it oe they nin-M^fsa I'nitlliie  l)-oli:tlc iir.J M'.;a .Mtary Ann I'oinlit.  w!io may tie kin to tho t,entleutiiii  you'ro iciklnjw  ���������Mr. TlKimau V. Dctnlltr' ai*������������t ttw  ���������*frf������ri:*"'r.  "lie*., my fl-ter," re*t(ic*ndf*1 MInh  Sfnrj* Anu. Wlicrcut tho youtha Imrlitd1  their face* lo the put***, us Mr. IIumo-  an Y., fo *(>!(������ ot many c-K-vl'cni' *jtml-  U!i-,>, lx������re n r,all������������tU** mt***������t>ta*K������ tn  the ������U!f.  rMty, 'ihat I'm his brother."   ������������������*��������������� ���������;��������� |  "By Jlmlny, ma'am,", oxclnlmod Beov  "bat yours is a strnngo fniDtlyP*'  "What Miss Oorailt wishes to, ttky,0  cut tn Mtss Dooltttlo, with *sonto. o������-  .porlty, "Is thnt Mr. Thomna FauUcon*  stono Dorallt Is her hrotbor." Bho did  not ndd, us ostwrno oandor would havo  urged, "And I havo uoino hopo���������re-  mote, nlns, but thcro���������of liceoiutng sis-  tor to Miss Deiullt mysotf."  "Thank you!" f-nld Lottls. "Shnll I  bo ttlilo In licit lilm this itftornoonV"  "Ch, ittoiry, yes!" snld Mlns Mury  Ann,   "Toni Ih hoiin"* all Any,"  "I tun llniiik Uio kind fates for  thnt." snld Loltts, 'Sjtti hnd l**nn to  ,'hlnk he was it iiiytti?' nnd ho foil In  upon tho tender inotit with n vltforoua  npi'otlto of youth nnd a Rood dlge*-****  tion.  Nntlmnh'l U'KIh wns Ity no inennii a  fdol, nnd lie hml oxperltmco In btml*  ni'KH, lint iho niii1ni*.pr1������B ot tlio youn***  fellow was frtinknoKet, nnd In the  coiiri.it iif the dinner he told his ormnil.  Mr, tiemltt had written to bin tlrm ex*  plnlnlii1* Ihe ndviirifiiRes of Btnillnf ������  ���������.tniwl'onnl factory In Pnlrneld. Tt  wnn leu iiiniill n llilnu for tho (Inn to  he inU'tvs.led In, hut LotltJ hud a smnll  cnpltnl which lie wlnhotl to Invest In  i.ii euli'iprlM* of his own hnndllni*. nml  It df',1 'iti'Hr'lr litlM  tl"*t Oi'������i'i* oitM.f t,f  ii I'liiinci- fur liitlrpmtdenei-: theroforo  u* Innl t-ou.m t*i Hml out the hty ot the  iittiil,  fie.'. S������*i'T.t*.ers' ftif*t Rlanee MV.inft of  the tttruni-er deepenctl ftp, ho told of  IiIh lint-siiK'***,,    Thn I'owmnn did not  l| I'M,.,.    I,'..   .,!,.    H-lw.    I"   'I-    ,'t'l'.,--."t    t'V.'V'.'  'tnd dealt In iiinlili'iillles. for hln ev.  periorico in the world, wlili-ji wns pret.  ty fairly cuiiiplot-*. hnd told lilm thnt  croft was ii iiMftMtilty for weak natures; never! Iielem ho cored not for  those who lined It.  Tn hf" ["���������tt if tho went a man would  no moro think of Klvliij* n fttlne Im*  pr*'������>*|i ii of !il������ firmttflil *������fniiiflnu to  niter lil������ juu-ltii-n in nric's re-pird than  he woold wcTtr ������>r������etji. Money wns of  ���������unnll t'M'twfjnifliee; lis swjoelso of Jess,  Men rpuke oiwiity of how inti*-*h thoy  tnmle, flow !hi'j- liked Ihu jol������, how  their cl.iltn*. t, uiv psyln**. StMb mat-  f,*i*������ W--I-. i fifMl {-"r.nnif cf ���������.���������tt.iiu'c  ioitvert..ik>n ns (It** wpnlhw Is In tne  tnst. TTto wpld urn! iintiwdli-tnlilc  clum**e*. *>f do time itnve a IiimWix y lu  tnaJte ltr**tc ot one* j*. ������-tic cotfdtd.tn.  A nwn wonM say **r*n Imstwr* with-  ' oat any toot* reellnir ffmn be would  TO THE PUBLIC.  We solicit, your subscription to  ftlieiC^MaEKiyAN-D-NrnvSna-week-  ly journal, published in the city  of Cumberland and having a  substantiial circulation through  various parts of British Columbia  This journal will contain in  formation and news concerning  the great Comox agricultural dis  trict, and places  of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  tent-ion tp the fact that we conduct oue of the best equipped  jobbing plants on the Island, and  are prepared; at reasonable rates  to do first class printing of every  description, from a lady's visit-  ing card, au up-to-date menu or  programme to a ��������� mammoth poster.   Legal stationery a specialty.  Mail orders will receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cumiikrland  Publishing Co.  Vehicles, Implements,  lncubM0is^Ete.,-Etc.  44  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  tM 1 ������������������ I'*,*T^i**i'****I' * I ** "���������"i******" 1 ** X** *I*'  '���������H^H-M-frM-H**  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed.  H-H-M-M"!" W-l*  Walworth^ROjston Co. Ltd������  H. Se ROLSTON,  Managinjg Direotor,  Vanoouver,: Be C.       '.*,  See E. G. Emd������, Agent, CumbeFUnd, B. C.  OLD   NKWSI'APEl.S   FOR.  SALE AT THE Nbws OFFICE.  25 cents por ilUNDKED.  kotIuIT"  Rltliug on loooniotives und  rati  way cnrB of  the  Union  fiolliery  Company by any porsoi*,  or  j>or-  sons���������except rain crow���������i**} strictly  iwohibittBd.    Employees *ro sub*  ������c tudismif-yiil for allowing <mm*  By order  Krancw I), Ln-Ti x  MlHIiVOI.  Get your Job Printing  done at the News.  The nplandid Perolieron bhillion  "JUST  41734"  Sec  Fosteri-for <Iton te to tcgia.  APKU/ira, 190S.  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  T������rmi,    #35 In������uranc������  KRNRY'S NURSERIES.  ^uw urowiiiR in onr NuruerltHi  (uc iwu rhiiim-itti���������  ���������  00,00(1 Pencil, Apricot. Notilarlilt*. Chor-  ry, I'liuui iruiit**, l'nnr ami Apple  11 iKnilina rarietiee.  *I**IW**l**I**l**I**t**I**l**I**W*>*l**I*'l*<'l*^'**I^W**.''  | Cumberland Livery j  i and Feed Stable...  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST i CUSS  KICK : OV i ALU  KINDS  Wood's Zfeostofcedifeo,  The Grwil Kaatith  Bvtwly,  Tone,! end 'tivfynriit^' the vi'ifoln  nCt-TQIlt*  MliUlOj.   Jl������lkcn    .,UW  eta TkblHto, MtaUUana Prom II'lirr*/. l)t *���������  pontUatr, btxaglWanMa*';.,J'tnUAer-*, <V;nw.  IfclMOrtf iiittJ.K.1,  fll* lllftllltl >ll  *i*Aai}>ii**i*i   ,  ,'cWf*imr4Jd  Modioino 0������,_  TeMnt*>.Q>ji1.  wood  and Coal  /T     f   J  luiitCu  Cook's Cotton Root Compound:  mpelii t^wwlfl erttfloej.  ...  .-.'.,.  .,...,.,.   flu,*J,  10,000 Ornamental TrorR, in ell letulintf  VNtletioaf'irU. O.  Striotly home "*rowi������ end not nubjeot to  'Inn-m-go from fninlKotioD.  SUirlr of J-Jnllm tn nrrtv* in Ai������(*n#f from  Jupen, franco tuni Hollnnd.  l'������j*������ JMiinili-***, tsiirn*' l'uiu**t*������ Mpetii, Kta;  140-imge CATAIXKIV K FH KH.  >������������������<w������r������������<i������>--������-������ii>i  ������mi hi ii'������   ������������������'  0root'Jiouie*. Seed noue*-������������tid   Poet  Office Addree.  aOlO Wi.iJI*ii������gXJiaHOAu,  I)nn������iii*''v Avenne  ^IJ.lUlvRLANn,   B. (\  .t.,tnt.tm.tmiMtm\UimltmKtmimhtt**nltitAuit4nL  Hno. Li������Jglif������n of Conrtcn������*f Jim  on liand A tino Hii-n <if   hnptrhn  vvnpinn". and   fiimim*-** m-tolilnff**.  ~ m  Mr. taigliUm 5^ ngent for Mt>-  Uuglilin ilver Iht^m. Th������3iW  deiii-oiis of getting miyiliinj* in  ���������M** Hup ihiittlil ������"*��������� I  '.���������,-rtV  to  Vancouver.  B.C  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    life  ������������������'���������"'"''''���������'���������������������������'������������������������������������'N'M'*^^  For  Hi *J* lUductions   for  Fin.* IiiHiir imc call awl jje'  Wesloy Willard  Ai-jaii fur tUi Royal  of Uvtfrpool.  foiv Iniying  fUi������--wb<*rf.. Oorge  I������figliton Coirtuun) B. 0.  mm.  TEXlmRS-Wm l������e received  j np to August 7th, 11)08, for'ilia  Imll'lirij-j of nn  Addition  utirf i|>-  'tirtiticli tlit-n������to to tho Urloti n'rid  ,(Y.ii:f-*t    lit***'jtel.     Pjtnil      fiflil  K,t  .iiv U< "kh'i* et T, V,  n'.ion;  ihj^'.'trt'f.  A'Ulfte*   *J>t     |.'i<:������-.������������������    !'������ ,\-!'-'K  Hoinrrvill's Kr^'i,*;) ������������������!   Ilon|nt������l  ll*'Hi**l. ( unil*')������ri������l. *'.'���������'$  THE STEWS, CtrMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  : ���������X5)������������S������������������������S������������X^  s.ii'li  'TC  m>*<  - - **-w"*"������< ���������.  a, ���������������.-*��������� **^*f**v**  At Sioddart, the   Jeweler  You have a L,nrg& Stock to Select Prom.  Cut Glass, Sterling Silver I  >T**Ti*jt*t*n*������j*****************ia^  ..are the right goods for wedding1 gifts..  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA,   PROPRIETOR  Ladies'and Gentlemen'8 Suits Made to Order  from ������20 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  Funeral Director  and   Em-*  balmer  FOR SALE.  One 8������ horse power Gasoline  Engine, complete, with reversing  clutch, also propeller and shafting.  For particulars apply to C. G rant,  Cumberland, B. C.  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids-  good for all.  THE FORESTS and.THE  PEOPLE.    ���������'.'.*���������  Every Canadian has a share in  tho ownership of Canada's forests.  Soif���������interest, no loss than  duty,  ini poses  upon  liim a share in the  duty ot wisely using these forests  A forest is not   merely  a   place  whore wood is  grown, but  it is  also the source and regulator of  the iimiio'iso water-powers which  fire our national pride, nnd which,  when taken in conjunction  with  our great stores of raw - material  ���������md our   splendid   transportation  ny-Uini*, inu3t make the Dominion,  from now on, a groat manufacturing country, Vet the average Can-  udiuii docs not  realize  that  his  country's ������������������iiiexliHiiBtablo forest re  D.'iiivt'S'' are in great danger of being exhausted iu the very noar Tn.  tiiro. A far.sighted, comprehensive, aggressive and  business-like  public policy  Jn  relation  to our  JtJio.-i i** one of the groat needs of  th*.- time,  Our lei.diug B.utcnuei>  in**l ptditical economists recognize  this fact  ami an over increasing  jni!iiii(!i of thoughtful people ism*,  gmg iiui Federal and I'roviticial  tJo*,.< ii'iimits tu introduce unweep.  Ing I'o.iMtry policy, ���������Siu*u a polic*,  ciii U.' evolved  and curried  out  i���������nl*, though the creation <*f a wide  Bfiiwnl jiublir iiitulJig'������i|iiii oil tlile  vi':.i iiiyj"ct, The Canadian  Vor-  tn',  AnMit-httinu  U striving   to  iii'tLi- um*  people iindortitaiid  the  HM'i.iti, I'tiiiM-tjiitiiit'e*. uf  direct, de-  ntruci'iiii itnd to iimii.su an ii\h>runt  in th   problem to an extent that  ���������a ill ni'ii It in vi(WM-n\is nnd tpooilv  it"'*ion looking to tht* prcm-rvntioii  mid wiM* tme of onr forest wealth,  93m������%999&Q&29Q999QQQ  CUMBERLAND     &   UNION  WATERWORKS CO. LTD.  NOTICE,  Kegui.ationSi.kob spkinklix'o.  No person shall pprinkle or- use  in any manner whatever the water  .f       *  supplied, upon lawns, gardens  yards or gronnds of any description  exct.pt during the following hours;  from 7 a. m. 'o 8 a.m. and from 7  p. m._to_.D p.m.. All leaking taps  must be repaired'on or before the  20th of August next.' ���������  The supply of water will be cut  off without notice froui'all persons  not complying with these regulation**,and'-will not be again turned  on until the payment of a line of  one dollar.  By order,  L, W. NcNtfs, Sec'v.  Cumberland, B. C. Aug. 3rd, 08  .KtJXmmaMmasrmjrmaaaa  CHEAP  FOR IMMEDIATE SALE���������  Two five room cottages* sheds,  etc., situated ou oue lot, Cumber  land City, property of Jenkiu E.  Williams.   Price #650,00.  Apply to l\ I-. Harrison,  Barrister at law.  Mr, J. E. Oaliian, of Minto,  left by Saturday's boat for Victoria,  ���������Judgo Mau'lson, was in town last  week.  House Raising' Re  ne-wing  ::   Foundations J  Carefully Attende   to.  $   Cumberland, B. C.  999909^4^9^99999(999999  The finest the world produces���������  ltidgways, the tea of quality: Sold  bygrocers everywhere.   -*   FOR SALE���������A young milch cow  good milker apply to John. Urqu-  hart, Courtenay, ft. 0.  ���������__ ^_   FOR SALE.  A ranch, 4 miles from town, 103  acres, partly cleared. For particulars apply to R. llornal, Cumberland,ft. C.  Mr. Harper Nixon of the Royal  Bank of Canada at Nekon, B. C.  was in town this week renewing  old acquaintances.  FOR SALE.  One "Steel Beauty"illay Press;  Bails, handy bails from  100 to ISOlbs; or trade, samo for  cows. Also farm for sale.  Apply to Thos, Pearse, Cumberland, B. C.  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA,  The Ladies Aid of St. George's  Presbyterian Church, intend hold  ing a sale of work in  October,  Particulars later.  NOTICE.  All parties owning cows are hereby notified that all bells-must  be  removed from cows during prohibited hours,  otherwise  the pound  By-Law will be enforced.  By order of the City Council.  A.MoKinxon,  City Clerk.  Bear in mind P. Stoddart't*  Great Jewelry Sale commencing  on Saturday, Aug., 15th.  _-o-  Birth���������Ou Sunday, Aug., 9th,  to the wife of Alex. McNeil, a  son.  Mr. E. C. Emde has purchased the auto recently owned by Mr  J. Vipoud.  Mr. Jno. Baimerman has severed his connection from the  Vendome Hotel having sold out  to Albert Brambcrg- and Thos.-  Wilsou.  Mrs.Robt. Cessford and Mr.  Cessford's mother left on Satur  day's boat for Dcumnii Island  ou A  Inspector Dick  judd  Cumber*  hind, au ofllcial  visit last  week,  Mrs, T. McMillan arrived home  liy H, 8, Queen City fioiu Detimau,  yobtonhiy.  11       m< ������������������������������������iiif��������� 1 *iiiiiiiii 11 im  Mr. L. Yoik, of Victoria, nr.  rived by the Queen City Monday,  Mr*. <I, Comb, of Neattla, arrived  by Wednesday's bo it aiid returned  Saturday,  o  0  < >  <���������'  n  o  <���������  0  <���������  4}  <>  I  Capital. 83,900,000  l'KBEitvu, $4,300,000  Asskts,   S4G,40O,O00  DKPOBras, 833,700,000  Money Orders-  Ratks.  $5 and under1!*"  Over $5 and not exceeding 810  Oyer $10 and not exceeding $30  Over $30 and uot exceeding 850  3 Cents  0 Cents  lOCouts  15 Cents  Theae Money Orders are payable without cost- in anv   Chartorod  Bank in Oauada.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  mmm*****w**m***mm*****mi^m*m*eemme^aeme^emm *a>('-a**E****,B*,N  Manaoer.  A. 8. NETHERBY, 0  <>+e4>4+e+**+4>e**,*4>4<>*t+4<t>e4,4>ee**+t4*4t,et,***  ��������� *������<1<i *^*������*t>**������*****.*l*i       mm*mmmm,mmmmamam,-mi-a.mmm.  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOU  LADIES' TAILOR.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OIRDH TO   OROEI-* RfiV  IH AftY STYLtH YOU OlISH.  PEKFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  I  The greatest armada the world  has over seen was the fleet of 315  British war vessels taking pari.  last week in the annual manaeu-  vers in the North Sea. Each flee!  received all it's orders by wireless  telegraphy from London, 800 mile*?  uway, the defence fleet 'in a code  TTOrl\TrowTrto"flTeTrCfacl*:iiig party.  British warships are now iible to  talk with one another by wireless  telegraphy across a gap of 1.800  miles, and the admiralty exchanges'  messages daily daily, not' only  with Gibraltar, but with all points  on the Mediterranean. The London 'Express' predicts that three  of the battleships being built in  En land for Brazil, will eventually Ily the British flag. The  ���������Swift,' the new destroyer of destroyers just finished at Birkenhead, is equipped with oil turbine  engines of iin.flOO horse power,  and in expected to develop a speed  of 38 knots.  IIT  ,������/i  Painting*., Paper Hanging-, Kalsomin  ingf, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Pries Lwoere than Elsewhere Good Workmanfihip  Leave OtMer.3 at J. McPhee & Sons  Courtenay, B. C. ������  m CHAS HERAPER,   -  etiGQe*iGG9������99������99&99&&9  |������������^)������������''i)������S'������^^ SXi*)$������0(^^  SALE  JEWELRY,   WATCHES,.    TABLE    SILVERWARE,    LEATHER    and    FANCY    GOODS.  l-.f  tl,,.    Pi-  M- I-: <'M-t. hit  borlti.'���������: itigh School, Iihu bi'������n up-  jwiiitt"! *liawing manter of the Victoria High Huhoul, \\ro wifh Mr.  Clarkt't-sery liiicwiH j������ hia now  fij-p un niHiit,  M^*- M. Maxwell an*] Mi.-n li,  Mlirdonk, left by Sni������r������lay'H boat  tor ]X*/i.nn������.  M.*>* ik".sie Antli *iiy, hfi Im  Hatuida;, ��������� h<m on a ��������� isit to fclem  till  A nrwijuorndn wa* given at, Victoria point beaehlast Tuosday evi-  ning by Mr, nud Mm. J, Lidntone,  in Ilon.tr of tlm Mist-fa R id V.  (lute, at which a most t'lijoyo*  time wiw sjioiit. The following  wore the prire winner*:-��������� Ml***  E. I'at*-, niormald; Maflti'r I),  Halo, funny character: Ml*-������ N  Matthews, ocean; Miss M. (Jaakill,  Vti.ioiiit, point bench; Mr. \V.  I'Vaster, acted as Judge.  Mi������i Juiiift Pictme. 'oft by 8������t-  imlay'n boat <m ������ iioliduy trip to  VftMcouver,  ���������I. II. I'off, representing th"  Sun Life IiuiimncHi Co. arrived  by the S. S, Queen City  Monday.  Uldgway*, a tea with A repututi-  on���������known for over auvent**  y MM���������Sold by good groom every  wit***.  CITV COUNCIL.  A upeoial moeting of the City  Couneil, was hold last evening,  there being present Aid. Campbell,  MeLeod, Norwood, McDonald,  ami the Mayor.  A telegram from Mr. Ileiiiler.  son to Mayor Willard utating thnt  Government had grunted one thousand dollars for drain aud to com  iiionco work m mon as piis-dhlc,  Tho Oily Clerk was inrtnicted lo  ad vorti.se for tenders for the con*  struction of pout offi o drain.  A committee wan appointed consisting of Mayor Willard and  Alderman Mcl.oud to auk pcrmii.  sion of tlio Wellington Colliery  Co., to solicit Huhftcriptioiiti at the  mi lies for tho Komie Ntil'fvrurs.  A committee ot Aldermen wen?  also appointed to solicit gulionrip.  tions Id the towimite,  There beiii-* no farther InwincM  'h,* Council adjourned, j  ���������������ii      m    NOTICE,  Tho well known llrm of Creech  t&Crockut, livory and toau.������>tui'������, of  Courtenay, hn*i bcftii dicolvml by  mutual emn-eiit. Mesurs Creoeh  Bio������., will f*i,tiint������ the buainess  in their o ��������� name, in*t hope by  itrlct ������tln'i"ii to li.sdnwi! to  .tteiit a hh.ic *t. i .urtonagu l>* ���������  s'owod tt|*on il.* l.ite firm, All  ouu*W.iulii'g accuata muht be jmid  to CreiK'h Hwm., who will a!������o  ixt.iiui'*- all linbilitim of the late  ti in.  Crkhii Bko-������.  On Tuesday evening last, t\v<  Chinamoii were killed by a fall ol  rock in No. G mine; one was kil  lod instantly nnd tho other succumbed to his injuries shortly  after,  ���������-.; ������������������������;���������  ���������Ii) Australia and New JJoaland  thero has been a mild hubbub over  thu money spent in doing the civil  to the visiting United iSiatos fleet,  the SiiciolistH even threatening a  ���������demonstration of tho imemploy  ed,' Sir .Joseph Ward, the  Premier of New Zealand, resent**  this criticism, and replied that In  the event of war with the yollov*  races Australia would hare the id  of this fleet.  There is Something  Doing at the  ������3P" We intend to do some deep cutting.     A choice %  for everyone  to .profit at this sale.     WATCHES <$  JEWELRY and CLOCK REPAIRING a business ������  with us.   All work Guaranteed. Q  at T. D. MoLEAM'S I  BUTOHHRSHOP  Whero are you goiniilf Iiirauoing to the Oonm Oo-oporntivo Mouij  Market, where I can got a Nioo, Tender, Juloy Itoust ut Meat; No Bono,  All JNlcrnt.  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager,  ������������������<*<>������������������*>���������������������������������������������**���������>���������������������������������������������>������������������<>������������������>**> ������������������4*J>-*������t>*0*<K>^^������^*i������-*������4.  Plans aud Bpocillcationi* tor  aewei'can bo seen at tho ofHco of  the Mayor, W. Willard, and for  tiie cutting and grading, at the  itillco of chairman of Board of  Works J.N. MeLeod.  The lowest of any tenders not  iieeoMarily accepted,  A. MfKiN.voN.  City Clerk.  City Hall Aug. 10th, 11108.  -t>���������  Grand Concert.  GALLERY  in the Davis block.  Gome in and)  I ry Your Eye  JAOK VIPOND  MUNICIPAL NOTICE  Sejmrftto Tender* will l>e rt*coiv-  (m1 by the underoigned up to Monday Aug. 17th iiist., at 0 p.m. for  ���������he following work.  Lnsfc Saturday night the lirnt  grand concert was given at the  ���������CainpliiiHii.*," tiiinp iimlt'i itit*  aut-piceo oi tiie "iSing, Suy, nr \h>,  Oltih," Ily the way, there was a  general holiday at lite mines in  Cumberland in* it wiih the birthday  nf omi of the prominent citizens  of the camp, The luggers also  fjnit work early. Aficr the  "Mare" gave the cliaihiiun'8 ud~  lr������H������ the concert began, Mr.  A'm. Horwood jr. carried oil all  the prize** as lit* kIkuvi'iI the grunt  est ability nod skill as a musician,  'Inncer, singer ami as a llr������t clu������B  acrobat.  'We next eonwrr will l������o held at  , 'ampliiueta "Roy'a Ik-ach,"  nc.\t  1-- Digging *ewer from Hor- ������������'������-,'1������y ���������������������'���������-. T,l,,"������ *���������������'���������������������������������������������?  n l������������ oorner through swamp b������ ���������' n,"'H'������ -'veruigh*. ������������������y J)">cure  y.md railway crossing about half      ^nw'ntioii ������t iho   *������()i.iilim.������*  Official Administrator's Notice,  County   Court   of Nanaimo,  holdeii at Cumberland. In the  matter of the Estate of Snkttr*  nj������i Kichigora, deceased intestate  TAKE NOTICE that  by order  daied 6th clay of August, 1908,  and signed by His Honor, Judge  Harrison,   William Wesley Willard. Official   Administrator for  part  of the County Court  District of Nanaimo, was appointed  Adni.HiHtrator of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits  of the said   Suktmi������i Klchlgorn,  intestate,  P.Phiu.ti'ps Hawrison,  Solicitor for official administrator  Cumberland, R.C., Aiic.fi, tooH.  NOTIOK.  Seal oil applications for tlje po-  rtilinti of eiiimtnliln fur lln������ Cilv ot  Cumbe'rluud, will be received by  the undersigned up to Thursday  Augin-t 18th, 1U08 at 7 p.m.  Knlary to commence seventy,  live dollnrii per moiilh,  By order of the Hoard of J'olleo  CoiiiiuiiiKiiiueiH,  A. MoKinnon, Sko't  mile in length.  il���������Tho cutting down of roekoti  2nd Slwt and grading road.  Orphan  Homo" rooming hoiim', but iinict  register oven if the night clerk has  to lie aroused.  FOR SALE-  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TftRM������


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