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 *>*������*?  *\-  ,/  r&������i,:?ii���������^&  *-.!  tf  NEWS.  A Journal Devoted B������peclally, to the lntere������t������ of C6mox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B; CM   TUESDAY,   AUG. 18, 1908  So������scRtpT:oi* #a.oo a Year,  The BIG STORE " I  i  i,  ..ANNUAL..  SUMMER  Glearanee  Sale  Now On.  All Summer  Goods will be  cleared out regardless of cost,  Two Weeks Only.  SIMON LEISER & Co.^td.l  CnJMBEIRLANi).  MAROCCHI BROS.  GROCERS   &   BAK   RS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Uuion Brewiug Company's BEER and  \PQRTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND      STREET  ���������*.-������  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries S^^fr^T.'SS' Groceries  Special atteution paid to the Quality of our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,    ���������������*"���������  \m\. "  UJi.il. .1.1 *��������� .uuj.4. iU4U.u,4u.. a i J������.ai,������.|-j*������**a  vmtumai  f.  n  osax  J. McPHEE & SONS.  Cool Drinks  For Hot Weathete  Eiffel Tower Lemonade  Raspberry Vinegar  Monserrat Lime Juice.  Raspberry, VnriNIn, Pineapple, Sariaparllla, etc.  ������������������������������������Soda Water Bulbs.   P  Place your ord<ir with ua now for the BE8T PRESERVING PKACHES-First Consignment this Week.  J MrPHFF A; SONS  aja  lYI^rnCib. VX WWtN*^  Duiiimuir Avenue Cumberland, B. C.  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an-���������  Edison: Phonograph  1000 Rooords ia Stock  for you to choose from.  GEM PHONOGRAPH  $16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH ,  32 50  HOME PHONOGRAPH  4500  '  THE CORNER STORE  THE CORNER STORE  We have the only Gent's Finishing Store in  town. So dpn't forget that we carry every,  thing in that line. OUrcFall Shoes have just arrived in all shapes, styles and sixes. We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear, Hats,  Caps, etc. So DON'T FORGET TO GIVE  THE CORNER STO^ A CALL.  We sell the Phonograph and Record*  the same price aa they are aold all over  -the-world.���������^VS^e-arbuj'olenaaenta'forOurrrT"  berland and Olatrlct..'1 Record* are aold  at-40 c. each. CASH ONLY  THE  IWfiGl-lET  CASH  STO^E.  '  I.E. BATE,      -  ttam*tamm*am+aat*am*m  r     *5,*"'TW-*"T'-*";*'  *    m"*-;" ,,���������**��������� jJ-..**..,^,,,%'. ',"������.<-   -i     -.;���������',. .-.   ^r-..,-   *  Cumberland  I J.. N.-flcLEOD,  v ���������   x'    - ��������� :7  Dunsmuir Avenne,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  City Council  City Council, met last evening,  there being present Aldermen  Campbell, Hor wood,   McDonald*  Re Automobile Question  Mr. Editor:���������  "Cuddy"  considers that   the  public who hare a slight objection  to daily riskink their lives ou the  highway, are simply giving vent  to their idle and jealous thoughts.  Tlio iirst term is  perhaps rather  badly chosen as there appears to  be only one or two, who rightly or  wrougly have sutticiont leisure to  give their time to the luxurious  auto, and as to jealous,  ye gods I  how many out of a hundred would  of their own tree will, travel surrounded by so much rattle, dust  aud stench.   Cuddy lias also de  oldod that it ie only "foolish talk"  on tho part of those wiio have the  presumption to complain on arriving home In pieces, and compares  the advent of the present auto  with tbat of the steam train. Now  there is foolish talk in large qtian  titles,   Anyone not wishing   to  uiaku a close acquaintance  with  the steam train,  on  account  of  young horses etc, could   avoid  going neai* them, hut where, how,  and when are we free from the  torrorsof the tin-pot?  However, the main reason for  raising this question, was the faet  thnt our -womenfolk wm dcj>rlu-d  0 te of their few phiasuiw, and it  was thought thoso who held suoh  a strong hand would be generous  and help us tit take thn menicine  in <*my titled (or it, liiuo hi least*  Taxpayi*.  MeLeod and the Mayor.  Minutes of previous    meeting  read and adopted.  Accounts���������E. 0. Einde, 32.36*  Dr. McNanghton $02.50; EleC-  Light $30.28 Lamps 80c 0. Tar-  bell 85c; R. Grant & Co.. $15.58;  Cumberland News, $0.75;  Collections���������Scavenger, $103.5J#;  Police Court Fees, $11.00; Hall  Rent, 811.00; Scales, $5.00; Win  Mr. Poff returned  by Thursday'8 boat for Vancouver*  t     :  -" ��������������������������� -o-   Inspector Dick returned to Na-  naimo, by Thursday's boat,  Mies Muriel Bate, accompanied  by Miss M. Gaskill, left by Saturday V boat en route for Nelson*  B.C.  Mr. B. R. Mien, Principal ot  the Cumberland school returned  from his vacation by "Wednesday's  boat.  $77.t0;  Tenders for drain; $8,200 Key-  man & Co; $1 per cubic foot;  Jim Bradshaw'& Wm. Gray $800  Tenders for bridge Jno. Jenkin*  Hayman add Jno, Stant, $100.00  Tenders laid over for special  meeting.  There being no further buiincM  the council adjourned.  Miss, Minnie Horliury left by  Saturday's boat on a visit to Vancouver.  Provincial Exhibition  Victoria B. C.  From the present outlook the  Provincial Exhibition in Victoria *-ftnd J������lm Smith $150.00 'Win.  this year will eclipse anything  heretofore attempted; the interest  in all branches of exhibits being  much greater, and the entries  commencing to arrive much earlier than in any previous year.  The Horse Show features which  are being put on every evening in  the now Horse Show Pavilion  erected this year on tho grounds  are attracting particular attention,  a great number of entries having  already been receivod from prominent horsemen in Seattle aud  Vancouver.  One of the moil prominent  Judges of Live Stuck in the Unit-  ed Kingdom, Mr. W. Staley  Spark of Berkhtunitend, TSnglaiid,  has con son ted to act ns Jmlgo of  the Light Breeding daises and!  Horse Phow Classes, The new  Buildings being erected this year  are nearing completion, and while  they were thought to bo lar(������  enough to accomodate all tho ox*  Libit!, it has been found thU  owing to the great interest that ia  Mug t������Wn thic year, it w!!! he  ���������'cccwwr to add further huihl  lugs another year to accomotlatt*  the exhibits offered, every inch ������f  available space in the Building*  tiaAiiijj; Ln-tni kiioiioii Hirc-ady, nix  weeks Iieforo the Exhibition opens.  Miss. M. McKay, Mrs, K. Cess-  j     m     n>i   Tt 11 o* nr   rw ��������� f������r<* ������,,d Mr. CesBford's mother  JW������^%^KL^.U������^ by   Wedaertayy boat  Tax, J1.00;  Night   Watehma-i, ffom -^ ^ ������������������ *  very enjoyable time.  ���������ponding a  NOTICE is hereby given, that  one month after the date hereof,  I intend to apply to F, 8, Huiseyt  Superintendent of Police, for *  Licence to sell intoxicating Liquors by retail, on the premises  known as the Port Harvey Hotel,  situate at Port Flarvoy, on lot 41"**  range 1, District of Grayeroft  Island,  Ai.kkku Akdrrws,  Cumberland, B, C. Aiigtut 18th 08  The Cumberland Pii 1>1 iu School  will open Monday August the 24th  ��������� 11" *t>  Valley Notes.  TU C. T. and M.I.S. met on  their usual night of meeting' and  it was decided that next Friday,  tho gentlemen were to serve refreshments, and the ladies were to  entertain the boys to best of their  ability.  Mr Hugh Morrison is ejecting  a neve barn on his promises.  A large party of young people  held a garden party on Mrs, McPhee'* lawn, ou last Friday after  noon.  We are informed thnt a  most enjoyable timo waa spent.  ._���������>.  Our butcher was st-ati the other  day r'^ning "P ������h������ ���������'"��������� ������t a **rf  rspid rate of spued, We wonder if  If heii training for the fall iportit  DIED���������At Comox, Auguit 17,  1908, Daniel Stewart, aged 80  years. The funeral will leave  the family residence. Comox, at  ��������� o'clock, on Wednesday afternoon, Aug., 19th, for the Presby  terian cemetery, 8andwick,  Mrs. Town>y, of Vanrwiwr.  li payirg Otimherland a vUit, and  during her sty, is the guest  of ber wttsins Mr stul M������#. H,*T.  TJusohiM.  The town presented a very buiy  appearance on last Saturday���������it  being pay-day, Several of the  Uuion Bay people took advantage  of the fret train, Ufa stated that  it waa tbe largest number tbat  came from the wharf, yet, on pay  day.  The City of Nanaimo will ar  rive on Tuesday and Thursday nf  this week and will leave on Wed  ueiday and I'litUy. '**���������������������*-  THP;   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBL&  I*-..  i >:  fe:  .-���������*. *������������������ -'��������� '.?���������'!     ';- ������;.  .v    v*    r-i-'sda*.   i.y   the|  P���������:!bS;sriir������'**  Ccmp-aoy.  lai* :,'.'.ii'.'i' will ii"! libl'i itsulf,  '������������������'��������� .���������������������������-.������������������-; ,'*'���������:��������� ;'.��������� ��������� .>|'!*ii,������ut; of otil-  *>!S, v ���������,-'',' "i'.-r >-������������������ iih coittums  /r-;v.������ i..,,��������� --,'"'������������������::  \x-H'���������>:>.vi.   Aye;-, 18,. 1.908  iur fnvalaa&e Water-  Powers.  Flowing from the great forest-  c'ad liilis and mountains of the  _ -Domifiion are numerous perennial s'rauns which in .their descent  from water-powers of immense  .���������possibilities and value and furnish  supplies of moisture to tho plains  leu-rath, plains ^ which in many  cases, require a substantial addition to the scanty rainfall which  ihey receive, if they are to be cultivated successfully..  The possibilities of electrical do-  veloprfittnt and other uses of the  6'iergy furnished by these streams  OI58M immeasurable limits to Canada's industrial future. In somo  ���������jituiUions tiie very existence of  . such water courses depends upon  t'.i-y-presfi'-'.vition of tho forests it  their source?, and in all cases the  fj>nFItIH,egnla7e���������^^  Southern France'the slopes of the  Pyrenees, the Cavennes, and the  Alps were deforested at the beginning of the last century and left  bare to the action of the elements.  Tho results were the transformation of even-flowing streams into  rushing torrents, the. eroBion of  tho 6lopds into gullies and ridges,  and tlio occurrence of destructive  land-slides to such an extent that  home 8,000,000 acres of once fertile land were rendered unfit for  agriculture hy tho deposit of silt  upon the plain.-* beneath. To re-  pnir this condition of affairs and  '���������'*������������������'���������.no tl'd forests upon the bare  .-��������� rotli;tl luountiiiu slopes, Franco  !-' td^tdv spet*t $20,000,00:; und  It. i.s ������*>-.ti?-,i;i:ocl that, .moro than  t'AA\\)\i.t'Km ii.nst bcexpondcibo  ioro tt.* .Ir,.,u which tho I'epublic  pi.'vs-^ (only some 800,000 ac-  *.-i will he restored.  Tho point of the story is that  ()nit'.da does not hold any spicial  ���������������!������������������'jiteiisation from Providence, and  that a similar transgression of the  law of Nature' will inevitably  b.'irtg about the same results, ��������� Is  thviv not leason, tliertifure, that  thu tji.ostion of to rent preservation  sitou"! be given thu most enrolul  tti'ii.-ideratioii by all seriously in-  to't'Mt-d in tho futuru of tho country-������  In London last wcrk the jirriu-  . I'trity of tlif* guvtunin'Mits I.icon,  aiiij* Hill vsjii <hmon'tHied hy a  gi.-Htitic gttljerlug in Hyde Park.  Tliu ctintstes ol tlm crowd vary  truin .'11:0,000 to half a million, lt  w k nnidc up month of tlio ino*t ���������  lM*rs of !t,nip**i'iiiii(- socititsa from  ������.** pititritif i.oiitl 11 and tint ������nb-  :::', ,    T''���������������������������".���������   "������������������!"���������   \1'^ rpftVrva.  vit..iainl, nnd a number of mem-  hers of.'t'ne'HoXifcd of C'-mmon*".  A hundred bands livened the proceedings, and there was a remarkable sortie when, at agiven signal,  thoy all struck, up tho hymn. 'On-  wa/d. Christian Soldiers,' in which  Uie  demonstrators   joined.    The  proho*e<Jittg*3 c-atiio to'an "end  with"  "tlie'passiiig of a resolution".deinati--  ding, that-both Houses of  Parlia-  niHiit  j ass the Bill  without der  illY ���������World Wide.  ''People talk about the .midnight  oil as if it had some virtue attached to it." writes Doctor Hale in  Woman'8 Home Companion for  August. "In truth, four times  out of five the midnight oil means  overwork, or it means that yon  have neglected some duty which  should have beun.at tended to before the sun went down.  ���������'Unless each night recovers the  NO 1 ICE if, herein ���������,iveu that 39 days  after date, I intend to apply to tlio Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Landu suid "Works  for-a licencr* to prwpeet for coal aud petroleum under the toroshur-* antl under  ths lands covered by wuter opposite the  fo-eshoreof Penman Island, CQtnQxtDis-  trict, B. C, and describes! as'' follows:���������  .   . ......... ,..,1.1. .*���������".'*������������������   L,1-,''   - ������        '      .'*,v.������#h(.������.������Jt*vl(i,'J,Vl������,.  Outnmenoin-* tit the t-outti <*a������t corner post  of the north.east fraptiotwl quatter. of section -1, Deumnit I������l������nd, Britu-h ColutnbU*,  ttfeV;C������'*oU'th-'80 cbhins; thenoo'"'eft-it '80  chain*-; theuco tiofili 71) chains, more or  le-3, to the high Wi'or imrk; thenoe fol-  lovyin-* the sinuosities of the foteshoro to  point of coimno'ncemeat; containing 640  ncres, more or Icps, ]  Dated Deumairlsland, B.C., July 30, '08  *���������-. .:'"      R. KAW.AMURA, ,  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE is hereby Riven Hint '"0 days  after date 1 intend to apply to the Chief  Gora-missioner of Lands and works for a  licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore und 'untie**'* the  lands coverocf t>>'\vat������i- opposite titefdre-  shore of Deuuian Island, Comox District,  B.C. and described::'till - foll6wa:^Com-  menciugat the auuili-east, cottier post of  the ui,rth-t!:st fractional quarter: of section 4, Denuiau Islnutl, Briti.sli Columbia,  thence south 45 chains; thence  west 80 chain*?; thence north 80 chains,  Ultence following the sinuosities of the  "'SJ������.^^A:~^J^^E^L.��������� ' C      "ZDJil-VTS,   ^ "Pjno-Piei-Er.  Knglish *l x BUllTON alwayii on,tap ���������, aluo, tbo lamoni MILWAUKER  " BKERS-Anhenaer, Boh������inian, SoiiHtz. .to.      "OLDGREV BEARD"  SCOTCH'WHISKY. "*    Beat Winos and Liquorsof' all MndsT  The -loaitlmR and LoJgiug Department, under tha immediate supmatendeuoe of Mrs  Davtu, will be tour.il Fttht olasn iu every reapeut,      ,  RATES,  -*i oo per day upwards.  ground lost in the erertion of: the  day   before, you   are .committing t<���������**��������������� ���������<> l,oi^ of oommencement;  ...... , .     n   containing 6-10 acres, more or less.  suicide by inches;   and   you  have  Dafc6d, Denmau Island, 13.C, July 30,'08  no "gilt to commit suicide at all." S.NAKANd 4'.-'  K.Koto, Atzent  START EXCURSIONS TO  CAMPBELL  RIVER;  The week end excursions from  Vancouver to Crmpbell River,  Tinrerru veT~Il !a"i^  last snmmer by the O. 1?. R., will  be started this season next Saturday afternoon with the sailing of  the Stermer Joan at 1:30 o'clock  in the afternoon. The finest tyee  salmon fishing on Ihe coast is to  be had at Campbell River and  wheri the excursions' were started  last,seasons scores'.of fly casting  enthusiasts took tho trip every  week, Reports from Campbell  River state that the fish are now  making their appearaucu there.  Sailing from Vancouver at 1:30  o'clock the Joan will, run to Nanaimo, loaviag there at 5 o'clock  iu the afternoon for the fishing  grounds and arriving thero that  evening. Fisherman will have all  day Sunday on tho grounds, the  steamer leaving Campbell River  at 0 o'clock on Sunday oven ing  for Vancouver via, Nanaimo. She  will arrive here at 10:30 Monday  morning. Tho fare for the round  trip' including meals and heith  will hu ������10.  '���������'H  l:r)i Ini li .11  Mr.   "W-  Mou UiiimIhIi, Ur, Okliott, Lord  mmwmmim  ^Bis^  samm  MISIC BWB POWDER  t9eo*rro.cm%  f������5-*5������>'fiL*2  ,.'������*������.,-.i-^ ������t( a*.**.  ������������������S~rr...  fynopsta  of Canadian  Homestead  Begulatioss.  Auy ikvnltable Domfu'oti Lands within  UiHlUllwny Belt in British Coluinblii,  mny ho bomestendetl by any person who  in tlio utile bead of n fitmlly, or ituy uinh  over IH years nf afftt, to the extent of one  t'liartor stxilion of 100 itarc*. mom or Iohh,  Kntry mint be niudn ii-.rBoiiitlly nt the  lounl Innd olllce for the illxlriut in whioh  the luiul ii Hittiato, Entry by prosy  tuny, lituvtiver, be muds on eertitln ootJ-  dition* by tho father, motbttr, mm, dfttu-h  Icr b-oilwr or aint������*r of und uilntitling  lioinwUi/iiUr.  Tliobotiietiteador is rtqui red to perform  thn pnntlttiontt oonni'ctfid therewith  undor * u������ of the f-'Ilotvi'i'* pliumj  I (1) At lent six ittuutbs' rt*iidvnoe upon  otiilcultivntios otttif* luutliu enuti year  tor tit rue yi-t.rs.  (���������.'������ tf tho futbor (or mother, if -Uie  fntl)������ri.*tl*y*������K<J'., of th* >*omeat������t<lei'  rstiidi h ti|)*n a farm lu ttiu vicinity of the  Uud tmt rod for, tbo r������viiirtunt*ute tin tn  reetaeuco latty De MiUM*Ma u* >*���������'., i������.������*.  rttm'di it wild the father ornioiu t,  I'I) lf Hi i settler li������������ bis twtnanbot i< ���������  nldimct* u-Kin firmlni* land uwurt] by  hint i'i tho vicinity of Id-) twrne-itoed, thi*  r*qufrt*ni*nta ������������������ to reel lem.-n auy ba est-  (������fl A by r***tlrVnn*> upon th j rninl Inntl.  Mil tanntbe' notice in  wrimit* ������I������ouK1  bo ���������*!vf*n tn lh** f-nm������ni������������hiii������ r of l*i������tnlii  ion Lsndamt OtUiwaot. iuk-nUen to ������*>-  t������l*f for pttmt,  (oau���������t'oel mining iffMs rosy I**  'ea������mt for a pttiotJ U teeoty-otte ftars  ���������t an tnnau) reattl at It per aenv K������������t'  mora than 'l.tAO mmraa ���������hall tie ie*wed to  ou* ladtvhlual or company. A royatl**  at derate of five rjetita iwr ton nfialt W  call^cttni ���������* tbejn*r**hfinUbl*s otmi mln*<I  W. iT.Cf'RV.  l������j.*tty of tbe M at������t������r of the !nb>rinf  !*,l!.-i;i������*.������ttion*--*'! publ*eation *t thii  ���������adv-artteem*at������ill tot be junl for.  ���������/ NOTICE is her- py given that 3d dit/s  afterdate, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Oomtnissioner of Lauds and Works  for a lii-euct* to vrospect for cottl and petroleum uuder the foreshore nnd under  the lands covered by wator opposite the  foreshore of D-Jinnim Ishmd, Oomox District, B. C, nnd described as follows:���������  ���������6ornmeiTeing-fiit-tbe-north^west--ooratr-_oL  S. 'Nakitno's claim, thenoe south 70  chains; >benei **ett 80 ob������in>; thence  north 80 thai-ib* tbriico east 60 chaiW,  more or lea*, the ,ce following the sinuosities of the foreshoro to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, inure  or less,  Dated, Deiiman Wand, B. O., July 30,'08  . KOTO.  KOTIt'K is lu-robv j-iven that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief ComiuinMOuer ot LandB uud Wttrks  for a licenro (o proKpcot for coal nnd petroleum uuder tbo foreshore and uud* r.  tbo ltindf" coVeroil by wntor opposite the  foreshore of Deuinan It-land, Ci-nit x Dis-  Iriot, U.C., atid UoKoribed us followH:���������  (JommeacifiM: nt tlio no, Ih-eaut o,iruer *>t  Iv. Kuto's i>lttiin''tlienco west 8U cbninK;  thenoe noith 80 ohnins; thenoe east 05  ohuiiiB, more or loss, to hifth wuter murk;  theuco following the sinuosities of tha  foreshore to poi:,t nt oommoucument;  cootahiin** 0-10 aoi'ea, moio or h's.s,'  . Da tod Puumiin Island, B, C, July 30, '08  MOTO KOTO  K. Koto, Ai'eut,  TAKK NOTICK tbat CO days aftor  date, I tnhud to apply to tbe Hon,  Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works  f jr a lon-v of tho foreshore of Doiimim  IhIquc), B, U,;, deaurihtjil ns follows:���������-  tuniiiienouig ut a pout planted at the  south-viest ou'iior of tbo Imollonul north  eat quar or ul t-ootion 5, Donniao It.liind,  U, t).; thenoe wmt -iO-ahaim; thencn north  it) ulmina; tuenoti euit 27 tibnita moro or  loss to tho hi������h.witttr murk; thence following tlio tkuoaitlo* of thu forulmrt*  of ������������itl Demiiin laluiid, tojioiut ot com  QiSiioomont, bout-iniutf 100 aorta mora or  Dated Doutnnn Inland, B, O. July ill), '08  '' ,    B.KAKANO  K.:,Kor������), A*fMtit  NOTICE   !  livery Mon'duy nml Friday I  will be in1 town to deliver Fresh  Iiutter ami all kinds of Fruits  und everything in the Vegetable  line*', also hay uud groin, fresh  aud good.  Chit* Ykuk  ������.>���������������������<  *t  - *  GO TO N. PARKS  to get your Pit Shoes  Wttl-lC lU UHW-,1   lili  tii,,\.m   A pair of shoes  hfili  aolcd folr 75c. a pair,  All work reduced ii|  price. Work done  promptly,  IjUST A'LITTLE REMINDER.!  ���������I  ���������  r*  *j;   speclion and orders, are hereby, solicited and will be   high te  '<���������} .       '���������, ' -.-.' "������������������     ' ���������' 1' (>  ���������m ly appreciated. ,. ' ������������>  ���������������������������������' *   - ���������  '     '���������"-���������- "���������   ��������� s"i-'  ���������<l The Right',Price  *  Furniture Store. ,,-,. -;.. ������  ������.' ���������'' .  iv', w  ������ LEST YOU FORGET."  * lllllllllllilfMllllllltlllllHmil.tlllllt.'liM  v> That Wt? are   Headquarters    for    Linoleums.   Carpet  4i Squares, Rugs, Beds, Springs and -Mattresses.      Your In-  ���������8J ���������'���������... -i       j���������         -,  . .-,     *Li:'i:i -j   .   j  v..  Kspimait ft Nanaimo Ky  ii 11111 iHit������tiif iniiitiitm >nimti iuhi tm*; 111������������ umttimiutttiii n-tsiiniui lttmitu ititiun 1 miiMtiiai tnuiti ui 11 ut 111 nuuiitmi 1 tuu: iu n iiih 1 uuiinnitni iiiiu <i  ;   J. H. COLLIMS  Ul-   ���������:���������  The drink of strong men arid healthy women.  is  r  ������  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B. C.  s. s. "Oity of Nanajmo.'  V"CCTO-*aXA---CO-V403C       SOVTS  Sail' from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a." fa  for  Niinaimo,   calling at Croftor.   Kuper -  and Thetis Islands when| fre.������jht   or "���������  passengers offer.  ,���������      ������������������<- .   -   -'.      ~*  Leaves Nan'a.'mo   YVednsday, '7 a. rn.,  for Union Bay Comox and way ports'  Lcives Corhox   Thursday   7 a.m., fo*  Union Bay Nanaimo'and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m., for  .,     Union Bay Comox andj way ports.   '  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Stils from Nanaimo Saturday, a.p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADY  ���������J1W.ITH   BOUTS.  ���������S.8.     --JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  for   Nan mi  daily, except Sunda>s, .11 ' 30 p.m.  S.tils from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvet  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  Stay  When In  The Courtenay Hote  Every convenience for guests,  The Oentiat Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and  Liquors  at the M-ir.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  ���������������. Himden  c  n  o  1  e  E  s  T  v  in season at  ���������b. HUNDEN'S  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIUHT-'JUHrt  ,.    CANDY, KUI/1TH,  -OKVARH    'TOIUOOOj*  fjOLLECIATE   SCHOOl  " FOR BOY������        "*  , n������Il flurols,        Belcher  Victoria BC.  treet  '^'a*'t^t''i^'l*''l,'l''l~t^*4*'lTi,'l^**l''l>'i''i''lft  STAR' I  r  T.  I Hayman ���������&, Maxwell.  Proprietors.  TEAMSTERS, and DKAYMENl  V.SINGLE' and DOUHLE RICS"  % For HIRE. ALL ORDERS'  ^.I'ROMl'TLY   ATTENDED   TO A  . -11 IIIWT1IHI1IIIIIIII I III !������������������������������������ I 111 ���������ll���������wmaju fn inajiiaji tj*  13rd St, Opitokil  ���������> .    *��������� 1.   ���������.��������� i:.     .. ;  4*  M*-^.t*fr'l''I**i'H'*l'H''H,'l*'twW'H*'M*  ffiK*'--*-*1'*--^^  O.H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  ' And all KITCHEN I UTENSILS  Sportsmetis Goods  $ and    v  j .General Hardware  ty%&mm*ma*v*tymt\mmt^������*s*h+  When in Oumlierland  STAY AT THE   V'KNiWMEa  laf     AU (/UNVKNIfKUIfM   I'llH  OuMTIt'  I'lIK ItAlt III Ml'I'I'LIKIt Willi  Best Liquors and Cigars  J. H. RANNKRMAN.  t'-a-.f-tri end V In tor,  H*: I OUO  nrtllOl' OH COLUMBIA.  iiVINv  tltaut M *������ttr  I   ��������� ''>v,l    ��������������������������������� "���������-.  AVI-/U*-*,  Ai������l**tt*l by threa Ortdeatei of the K������oi<|*  ���������iImki UtiTttraltioa ol limit Britiui ������u*l Canada,  M-MUra'f tertnt let boardtre.        %  Properly cnruiitu ol ��������������������� twree wittr ifwe**  ] me������ ajliui'l builiiiiiiia,, unjuiya  rrt*ti������t,t������  "aw" iniiiiii jajmii-a i ia> ���������������  n*m*fq*m*m'*mmmma  p, phillips mmm  Uttrriotimtr ������i<U 3o.lwtti.r  ana  Notary Public  Convcynnt'lti'*  Ounitjerland    B. 0.  VANCOUVEK-NANAIM    -COMtX  UNION.  "S. 8. Queen City" (C.P.B.)  Leai    V^ueouvBr, Suodny, 7 pm.   Atf'  rives at Nantumo, Sunday, 11 p. nt.- * .  Le.*X'es Nsaaimo Monday,  3 a. m.   Ar-  rives JttJfejoi^'JlMday.jljij^^^,^,^  at Comox, Metiday, 1 p. iu.  Leave c'otnox, Mmiday, 7 p. m.   Arriva  at Union, Moiiday, S p.m.  Leavo TJniou, Tneaday^ 6 a. m.   Airive  at Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 11.30 u. m.  L avet N -naimo, Tut'Bday,  <tt ]  p. m.  Airive at Vancouver, lueaday, at 5 p.m.  Calling ut \V������v i'orts when frcglu aad  pas������en4������rd offer.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  October    Ut, 11)07,    '  *#  NORTH lJOUND-^Read"' Dov n  PuBuongei Trains  Daily  Station*, No, 1  Viotorto,  UltKtibU,  Shuwuij-an,  it  Cobble Hill,  Cowii-hau,  Kekiiieb,  Uunoitn'.,  ���������jiuuenoii  WtaUiolmt*,  Oltcmitinuii,  Ladyitnith, .  South Wellington,  Nunairuo,  H'ulhugtun,  Dr. 0.00  0.04  10.17  JO.21*  10,40  )0,*I8  10 M  11.00  11.07  11,18  11 S2  11.67  11*. 18  it2.au  Ar I'.',53  Sunday  Wefl.  SU.  Nn. 3  Do. IS 00  il> 04  10.15  iti.ia  je.:o  1841  10.47  ]0.f8  17.10,  n;ss  17 16;  17.66  1H.J9  18,10  At IS 45  BO UTH BpUND-Read Up,  Vloturla,  ton**'*, ''���������'  Ijnttwuiatui,  it  Cobble HUI,  Ui*wibb������a,  Koit.ileh,  Uuooau'a,  Komauaii,  Wnatholmi*,  (.'liotnaii'tii,  Udyumith,  i*  Houth WtUingtoB,  Nauiinio,  Welilugten,  No. a  Ar. I!.'.*i0  1,8 fi  106)  10,48  10.40  10,16  10 OH  10.0U  ������.47  0.87  0 18  Di. 0,00  Ar. 8,60  M8  8.16  Ue. 8.00  Na, 4  )8,������i*  1(4 61  17.M*  17.80  17.SS  17.M  17.0S  16 .8  10 B  16.18  ic.a  ������f. 16*8  Ar, 11-8  16.k7  16 16  De. 16 CO  NePorks Slioeiiiak-sr' *���������������**> ay-t.Mt.um.  f?;,i**������W *v*t������u  , Uqioti,  If. C  red.  APPLY TO 1IKAD MAHTKK.  ^   ""ffe-  FOR SAK.K -Ttollor^MH*  nolt* for iarn* wurk aud ouu I*v*vy  Wlif ������ -*������l w������������y','or-*foor print-  iiigt wiH'ti _v������n **w i*i$ it <lt������H*������  rigUt Jin ���������' ftt  ���������,"'��������� "4-n    tnyHt.  Jiint Nf (*>���������������*) n*ti) t't<H m  cheap a������, ,    t. ������    ,     ������,  in Nanaimo.  V . tariff or V������ni.i,������������*.t������*������ ,v'������w'  wf'    *W7   8,mot,  n.    f������ur j*lt������*t i* -M|nip*Mi)  -a-itli   l������fi-M������r A Co.   \.U\.r CniitlmrlaiMl  lilt 'a**'*' utv* of Tvjo, nti������l votiri Jt, (*,  <ml������������r fltnll ?*������������������������������������*���������)���������    p*ra������tei*|it alli-tt-'   ��������� .  *,���������i���������-to   ii illir It** !iuH.  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  19 TNI ���������MKATtrr  THEATRICAL * SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  $4.W*Ynr.   S^em.lSta.  isMtn vimt.  tAMPLI OOFY PnMBa  mwevmpv%.c6,(ut\  Iwek     ' ITW.tW<ai������T.a>*������V*MaT  Thouinnd Mile Antl Comrnmatlnn Tic*  ken on ������,*!*, ijhoti ovct rail and >te.ii,,er  linei, nt iwo and one-bull centi ptr mile.  .Speci.il train* ml ������te������iner������ for Kxcur  liom, and reduced r ilet for puttie* mny  he urranued- fut on application to tha  Diitv Ifaif. Agent at Victor's.  The Compimv reiervei the right to  r������**������t*(r������ wtthont r������rt*vioita nmtrt������,*)if������mert  wilirnc date* and honn ol Millng,  tx*.ui������i������it '/i������.*ke<*t oa cmie (mm -iii.J to  ���������*)l StHlioni*, good lor going 'nurnr*- Sat*  urdny end Sunday, rtturning net' later  hnn .Monday.  1, W, TROUP, Gen. fin*;, B.C. Cent Ber,  u. l. tui/Kth������x-j, imt y**.. a Uu, k������,  00  VIAftS*  WHIINOI  tNMcMamt  _     DttMCrflf  Cc^**i*i**aw>aa>e. AU  (tf  ���������J^E  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISHl>COLUMBIA.  -���������.-������������������ ���������- -������*,���������*���������      i.    ,       , i .- *,*���������   i ,      .<���������,��������� * >i1      in-  ;  >  -   i   1   a   1        1   *  ���������*.*.*.*���������.   ***���������   >   '  rr?  WAT������  King of  TheHUDSONSBAYCO  Sole Aeents for 8 C  SPORT  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  with  ROD and GUN  8 IF you like to read of ihe experience* el  ���������njlera, theaters and campers or yachting;  or II you are tntereued io country We, aitc  ' your ner 'dealer for foreit and Strain,  or write for free apeelmen cony, or tend  tyeatyfitre unit for four veeie trial trip.  r������*<u1 and Stre-im U a Urge Illustrated  weekly lourtul, which contains tbe 'ollowlm  departmental ��������� ���������  , Cam* laaartdOun," ANahir������l lllttorjr,  S������* and llW riakin.ti,  Yaeniinii,  TnaSpnrJamvtTourlat, C^-xnein*;  Rifla and Trap. Kennel.  W������ eend free our eaialoiue of the belt book*  on outdoor life end recreation, ,,  FOREST AND STUB XH PUB; CO.  346 Uroadwty, NewYork City.  Vehicles, Implements,  ���������������������������-���������IncubatorsrEtcjrEtc.  ���������H IVITrrl'rl  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  ������������������J "*I**I **I **j "*��������� ***���������?��������� ******* ^mv  >H**W****M**W**H*  Prices; and  ,iia!  guarantee*^  ���������-..Ut..[������]^������J..%^<.'<.J.  OLD NEWSPAPERS -FOR  SALE AT -KilE Nkws OFFICE.  25 wnts per HUNDRED.   '.  V  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and ri 11  way cars of the,.,.Union Collier*/  Oomiiauy hy anjp perfon ar par  lonii���������-except rain crew���������ij strict)1*  prohibited.   Employee*  -re tub*  jec t������ dismissal for allowing sain*  By order  Kaanois I) Lima  Manage j,  Walworth-Rolston Cdw  '������������������'���������   H. So ROLSTON,, Managing Director.  Vancouver, Be C.       ^  Sec H. C. Bmde, Agent, Cumberland,  Tlio splendid Poroheron BtuJikm  ' "JUST .'4TT34" -  Soe   Posterior .Route to pegin  AFKIfc 3rd, 1003.  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  Terma,    !$2S Insurance  Get your Job Printing  done at the; News.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  New growing in our Nurseries  for the Wl trade:���������  90,0)0 Peeoh, Aprieot, Neetirinee, (!hrr*  tf, Plum, Prune, Pear nnd Apple  ������������������hi all trttr-Hrij* *nirl*>1l**  100,000 Hmall Fruit*  lofoOOOraanantAiTreee, in sit leading  ���������tristls* for li. O,  Strictly bomsgiewn and notaub'eot to  damagafrom tsalgatioii.  ���������took ot Bolba to ���������rriTf in August Inn  Japan, franc* and Holland.  iSiBplies, Spray Pomp*, HnJs, Eto.  1������ pegeOATALOOUK FKKK.  Otaexeeeeee, Bee* Ho-om and  Poet  MWaea Aeeee-e,  ���������010 VBfflQWIflSBIOAfiv  Vancouver,  I  Bet  j:Cumberland Livery f  ::and Feed Stable..;*  . * :���������      '. ..,:    :;    ,'���������   ���������'���������    ...   j,  |   JOHN   BRYDEN   $  PropHetorv  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS ���������. OF j ALL  I..? *  KINDS .:..' -,', .       ������  ii wood  i: and Coal  f  Hauled     ?  ���������Wood's Pfcoflrhodin-Jp  77ir  Chriil  J'liijUiilt   flfmAi/.  Time", and ,'nvli"ariit<sil,li<i wlmlo  tinrvniiK hvI'hii,   liuilfwi    u������v  , - ..- HI*, id lu old Vi'liw. <.'!'.������������������ ��������������� Mi-  dim Pctiililu, Menial itnd linon n'uim, tn,,  ptmaeneii, Sexual H'ettkim*. A'imiuioh t, .'*,'������;',  nyitorrlnm, nml ftfi>et*n/Ahwteoi> /*. tvew.'  Prlooill perli;*)*.������t|xfnr()*>, Oi'o wlllpl������iii*t',f,  will ctti'ii. 8uM hy nil tl������iim*ww or umlli'il h  ���������ilitlii |>������K* on rntiiilpt, nl prluiv, Arm W"'������" ������������**.  mailtilj ve.K. rha Wooa Modioli*,!*- Oo. .  Ifomerlii mntlwr) ���������^on^-On*'.  Dunsmuir Avenue  CCUMKKKLANiJ,   ii. v,  H M111 Iff l*>fl If IIMH-  ������������������**r*"-V*'  t-"-rf"."'?  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������  " INSURANCE. *  Fire    and    life  -������������������ ���������*  i  J K  F������*    Bij< Reductions'  for  Fi������e iniihrance rail and j������et  rates before insuring;.  Wesley Wiliard  . , .  Agent forthe Royjil  5 of Liverpool.  Cook'a Cottuii Rool Cowpouad  Ttgjm Tito -rrtii't Ut������i*lt*o Toiile,' tui-l  ^���������^ii-siily who oir*������it-������iai MoqUuy  " |hiwiliwnliiWi'f|tiMlilt.'liwmiiui*rtirt  Sl'UopDinl. fold it* Unik tkiaxt  ������( ol nii'i'iifrtlt-No, J. "1 ( Nct!7*,  ���������w    ���������> I*������ <1< in f. h -it roniror, t*:i| N't. SI,  V   lor inaiiU oiiwjis ������i |>or bOfc,  _,_*���������   Kntil !>/ nil -inigBkU or mm  CfT   i*������'|ini*������ f.n, jr-JCclPfi of price  X,-     J*'rti"ji'imnlilol;.:AililrW"ti  Jul  OOflirH!EUIBtHI 00.,V0Rii*47O, Ot������r. tiormmy l*\������*t������4*������i  f!(-o. lajifj-lttoii ������f Com tonuy In h  r,���������   !,..,,.1  ������     IJ���������       'I!. f     *   * ���������   *;/"��������� v-    "���������������������������'��������������� ���������*->i  ti'.'i^.*:..-, ,'j,1,-!   ]',������,'io',i,n   tiiiiciitiivi^.  Mr, Leigh ton  in ngt'iit foi' 'Mc~  Ltuigliliii  tiimr   liuifgios. . Timxi  ilenirom* of fi-oltini ntij'tlilti-.* in  Itlin  lillti p,iliilliti  r-l'l* llln   rllJI'K     I'O-  foi'o l������tiyiti*r   t-lsso-tyhei'**,   Goorgo  Lfi-iluon (!*)urti*iiiiy.lCC. ������������������ t    \  ���������&^  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  arefin a splendid position to cater to*your  wants. ���������  Letter Heads, Bill H-eads, State-  =ments7���������Gardsr=Gireu=te "  in  fact anything in thejineof Printing.  Mr. tSatuulcrs., Tuaiii������-**ou ti-" ���������*-.  nor und still .luor* foi  \.i * ..   .. -. ���������  h:t,.*c pot iiito iul������."  At ti o'clock iIh* '������!'������������������ v.. ..rt"','.^- ���������  finfohoti.  "If jou'll stay  wi;h  r*   ���������������������������  '������  "  thing's done, I'll Bt.it.' auitb  all arourttl," sRlrt Rot!. ��������� I <|,.n i  to stare mo. In the faco to    ������������������<-���������.���������  The Pldedl 'sju'lce no  vltli you. Wr..tSau!',:c*,.*i. Ijih >., j--  Waal any money tor i*. <l'v ���������'������������������  ittrs?"-      ��������� ;���������  "No," they 'replied^In'. ���������;-.) i.:��������� **.'������!  weankig what they sail.  "Why. you're jx-rfectly -.rplcorue to  tiie cash!" saW'Kei.-'  "Ami you're welcome to the wor*-,*'  rotorted the boy. "We're paid plenty  as It |S."     .   jf ��������� .-���������* .      ^   '*   j"'  "IT thAt's th������ '.Tray *raa-|odk at It,  r|m mpcb obliged ltd yob,-" .said Be<"V  wbo would not have dtocoaraged scch  a .feellBg tor)*in*v-thlng.. He said to.  himself, "This don't seem moch llko,  the kind* of people'I've heard inhabited*  these parts., Those beys.axe ell right1  Reckon if you use peoplo'decent they'll*  play up to, your lead,:'DO matter whati  country it fa.**.  .; ;^t 7*30.Ujo fence-was dtH***v-;gDtr,*eou3'  in a'coat otr fresh red " paint, and-  the hands departed, each with a slice'  of Miss Mattie's chocolate cake, ^  thing to:i*bake' ttt^lieathen^ gods feel)  contemptuous of ambrosia.  .. They -jvent, straight to the black-;  smith's shop, where they were anxiously expected. .   .  "Good Lord.1" ho. said a little later,,  i*-if you feilets will talk one at a time. '  pVaps I ,can make out whaft hap-  rpened.   Now, tammy, s*p*o*������������-you do*  the speaking?"  Whereupon Sammy- faithfully chronicled the eyents of the day. The boys  had behaved themselves as if there*  was nothing.out of^e,common hap-  ipcnlog while they were with Red, be-,  iingbeld up. by a sense of pride, but I  naturally the splendid,physique of tha,  cowman, his p'cturesque attire, hls|  aba-ff^n*sd''wayv.of'''Matt'������mg money  around and the air of a frolic be had;  managed to Impart to a day's hard'  ���������wprk-T-all had..effect on imagination,  and the boys were- very much ex-  <eited> ��������� "    ���������     ���������:���������'>���������'��������� '���������-��������� ������������������-;-:-.--;-.  ^ -  ���������:w  Cumberland,      i. -^  \-  t/m  Caa?  ^DBa-Ja^--**^  .hmm  tn  f-at  I  ���������S'  .it-  ���������WO  ������m>em   I-*(;-:������������--i������t*'*r%^S'���������*-**���������.(  j We ikt g<������ua (jiwiiiy i'UlNTlNt'.  nny "I lniv-f.,a, ������*oM."   Now, In t*lr>  floM, (lint U ovt lllit'ly lonoMomov.ln  tlmt roHitot't,..o^f'ftf tlio prltielpnl ,ob*  JoetN In llf������:***Aw' to coneon! tlio pov*  orty which would' pot-Bint In sticking  It** wnnt c.lliows tbtough tlio cloth o(  ���������wonls siirofjti'ovor It.' Hod nuke-d  rlinlt'litforwiirtl qiioNtlons - shrowd  nnna, itm-stHjIng thnt tht* other wns  tint' nf Ills awn kind and,would not ro*  it'iit It,  Lett In wnnted nothing hotter than ���������  elmtift* to r**;|)|itt(" oo the BilliJocL It  *,viu< elm t������ to his lii'itrt, no hod litwn  n t'liborillniitc* nltojit ns long ns n proud  'nml inrtuttit'fttl yrt'int* f/*tl",������������������ mtn-'ir '���������**t  |n>. Now'ho wns e*|ttlverln** to try hia  owu strtingtli, antl,* setilng, for his part,  tlmi lib host was lusplretl with a gen*  ulno lulonwt and not ttirioslty, be  ���������Ttivit hint nil tho ltiform*,tlon In bis  power.  '���������rtnf ti  nlrtnt Wro  tint f^ going to  vnst somo money, nin't It*?" tutkod *tt*d.  "Too much for' tne, I'm afraid,1, w*  ! piled Lcttl*. "f bare 15,000 to put In,  nml I sappr** I con Id 'borrow the rest,  hut that'** sff/ldHng tho business with  'too hottvy chai-tcvt right In tho begin*  nlnt, Btlll. It nay not bo as bad oa t  fumy."     . ,,���������,. ...t .,,, ...    .  Itotj ditwntuod on tha tabfo, thinking.  "i v,.nililn't mlt'i}. getting Into I .brnil*  uesn otpomb kind ns long as It waa  mrtUliiff Oilnn," ho wild, "I don't  liimker to keep atore much, 'S������������|toM'  "t g*> nio&g ermyee-ittm yen inatrntp  hdw tnailt att������aw ks-rtlaad and ttwmrt  of M"\ >    ������ ��������� ��������� ���������  "Wrtilrt *r������*l|'I*', urtatl thejoong fellow eagerly.* "By Qeerm, "Kr, I with  jou could me yonr way clear to fake  hold of III Could ymi nUnd 110,000.  for liyttineeT B.*.fi]*������ tbo notrttlotav trot  I'm fd siixloos ovi*r tills*"���������     '  "Lufil, wlta't's'tiio linrm of nuking  ffU'ts*-" saIiI tttnl  Tneii, with a gtiwm  ������������! re������ulsl prMt*. **T*-*i thoiinnud wouldn't  ��������� ,^.i. ���������^ i~- w.,^. ���������*���������������.* *������      Xottis' -boyimr fnco fnjrly glowptl. "It  wns my good ongol mado in^jiitop lu  front of your fenco," he sold." "I snw  you nil anting In here, nnd yon looketl  no Jolly that I thought I'd stop on tlio  clinnco you might bo tbo mnn I ,wos  looking for. Now IM- go, right.on,and  see Mr. Demllt nnd find out what h������>  wuiits to do In tbo mat tor."  "Walt for tho wagoa nnd you enn  rldo," snld Hod. "Boy's ,go*>o, Ii0|m������ to,  ooo hfs dud nlxmt working for mo tliln  nftornoon." fn'-^hb njt*fltitlhUv,,(' 'y������������'rt'.  not tw in-qiiil tQ-taUo Uoijl nnd, lit-l[i  ns with this dod ratted fenco, I'll tx>  olitlgod to you."   .   .   ���������*,* *  \ - :  "Hrlng ou your foneol I'm rt-ndy,"  snld I^ttls. /  ��������� "Come on, boysJ" said Ilud, nud the  party rono frout ths table. I.jiUt tin*  wngon ctiuio up.  "Well, gubfl day, Lotlis,''sn Id Ittxl,  "If you can't get qunrtorn niijwbere  ftw, como oa uud Iwlp mo hiikl the  burn tlowii." ,     ....j ,i  "Do you sleep In tbo barn������ ,Tb������>ti  I'll como back sure. Tell you litiw It  In, Mr, Bnunilor*. Viv bean'stuck tip  In n tiireo by nluv o.U<.v for four >;onrs  -noHohold to'A  'Td like to know now many Injuns  tliat'. feller's killed!" piped up the.  youngest.,: "Hy! .He could grab hold  of a man and wring Ws neck like a  chickea.*'  "Aw,' tstr remonstrated tbe black-  stnitb. Put, the elders stood by tho  younker this time.   '"  '"ties^ bo could, Mr.^F���������^J*^e^*,,-.;sa^dJ  they. "You ought to seen him when'  bo. rolled up bis-sleeves! He's got Uu  arm on blm. like, the hind leg of\a  horse, and he uses an ax.,like a.tack  hammer. He got'mad once wbeu he  pouhtled his thumb; and-> basted.,.tbo  post square In two with one crack.*' .  "Well, bo looks like a hosky .niani".  admitted tbe blacksmith. "But why  didn't you boys toko, tbe eztry dollar  when ho made the offer? Ho 'pears to  know what be was about,'and it looks  kind of foolisb to pay 'uo* to It" ;  ..yhcro was a momentV sikrace. -���������'Wo  wan-tod to show biu we wero Jpst as  good as tbe folks bo know," explained  tbo. eldest somewhat Bhamedicodly.  .Tbo blacksmith Btralgbtenod himself.  ���������'Quite right, too,** said he, "We nlr  .",**hon you, come to tbat" A. Utile  prtde, Is! a wonderful tonlo. Each man  of tbnt iratMrlug felt hhnaelf tlm boo-  ter for tbo.dlsphi*/ of It  In tbo roeantlmo Red waa repatrinti  the ,p-vogoa of tbo day opposite Miss  ttfnit'Io ,*nt a supper, tablo which was  bountifully spread, Miss Mnttie put  two and two togother and found thoy  monnt a larger sum of eatables than  sno bad blthorto felt sutUclont and,'  witli, n llttjo pnng at tbe thought'of  the inadequacy of bor first offering to  ber cousin, provldod such fntness as  tho land of jE!a|rn������|d bonstod.  They dlwussed tho events of the  dnf w|tb saOsfsctloo,  "My!" said Miss Slat Ho. "You do  tlilngs wbolesnlo while you aro about  it,',WW* don't your  . Rod'smiled In pleased acknowlodg-  inont "I'm no podnut stnnd, old  lady," ssW he. "I like to seo thing*  movo."   ,  Then Miss Mottle broached tbo qtios*  rlou sbo bad boon hovering around  over since hor guoato bad tukon tholr  lenvo,  "Do yoo think you'll renlly go lut������  biisluoss with thnt young man who*  was hen to dinner I" sho naked.  ������*Why, I ttlnk It's kinder inwly,,������  Mid Hid,  "lint you don't know nnytblng about  blm, Will," sbo continued, putting tti������  to M, westoni brancb,'  slek oMt tlipfo's oo  such thing as slaknoso, Jo got out  nnd hmitlio tho fi-osb air, to soe'the  country, to bo ihy own titoiier-well,  ���������Ai; it jViA ii���������.]ui uo Uwiul/ic, iu il,i..*.  of It! I ht������tn������ yon flnrt'tlw strttwtwinnt  what yon wnnt io lake up,**  "I shouldn't wonder If It would ho,"  answered Rod, "We'll mnks.n.wrkloir  toiini tn do btmluoim, Uttls, I i*nii moo  thnt-so cuutJous snd full of tricks and  ������.. t,i^������.  'I'll.' ^otiug man InugUed nml tlior*.  rtul'Uiud down.  "Of course I know tho  whole thing woultl look Mi-iaur to imixt  pooplo," be said sturdily, "but I've  boon In tmsfnoss long ttiough to ���������**<<*  tiiiittp g**ittlemeii ������tmo to grief In spit.*  of 1'ielf fnuxjy work.   I don't bollofi*  a nmn'll ������?ooi*, til iny more Imnn by  Itellovliig nooiilt lihan well by blm  than bo would br -������Wklng oo toother  tack...      ������������������ ������������������ v.*  *.-      ,>-t^: ,  ' -Good boyr aald Had, alappibg blm  in+ey teMm  l*y ye*. "%*m<r  tht-air, rtm'il norar tar n etrt nnt of  , ma In Ibis worl**) If you were'ono of  ' time ammteWg *m'Sfy e>o trotb  uro cut, son, ft* ail | may wevu wry.  The, mnn that de*a law* a trkk bas a  iham-o for h*<l inrtc awl yen tee tot  ���������hi tbnt."  t    "Irfinl, I lu-llort yoor r**pfl*������d I/*ttla,  Ti,.!iltifj In "lbs dimensions of bis n#w  IrlWd.- "Well, goodbyfor tbe ttegstilt,  r il  At eteteamHit tht tram em dtma,  "weak oMr* ot her dmlr* forwafd in or  Her to seal nwtf. aewit-f.lv tf thet ������tx������i THE NEW$, CUMBERLAMDt BRITISH COLUMBIA  -h-r  ., WEDDING GIFTS..  S  At Stoddart, the  Jeweler  You have a Uarge Stock: to fitoleet Prom.  Cut Glass, Sterling Silveri  ������  s  ..are the right goods for wedding gifts..  9-������9������ed-M������M9-iaMMM������M     IHIIIIIIHaiHIHIIH  CUMBERLAND TAILOR.;  S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from f 20 to f 35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ���������MMMl������������������������������������������������������  CUMBERLAND     &    UNION  WATERWORKS CO. LTD.  NOTICE,  Regulations fob spbixkling.  No person shall sprinkle or use  in any manner whatever the water  supplied,- upon lawns gardens  yards or grounds of any description  exceptdnring*the following hours;  from 7 a. tn. to 8 a.m. and from 7  p. tn. to 9 p.m. All leaking taps  raii9t be repaired on or before the  20th of August next  LOCAL    ITEMS  Mrs. T. Piket, of Donman ar-  aiv-r-l by Friday's boat and returned Saturday,  Master   Joe Shire returned to  Victoria'by Saturday's boat.  Mr." and Mrs. John Dalby and  Mit**. E. Dalby returned to Victoria by Saturday's boat.  ���������Mrrand-^I-rsrDj-Walker-return^  et\ home by Friday's boat.  Mr. and'Mrs. Colling and family returned by Wednesday's boat.  Mrsi McGill arrived by Wed-  nemiay'B boat and is the guest of  her parents'Mr. and Mrs.D. Thomson.  BtI������TH~0n -Anprust-16.il,  tl\������ wife of Mr. Alex Gray,  daughter.  UNITE���������On August 15th, to  tli������ wife of Joo Hudson, adaught-  tu.  Mr, Abo Haywood returned by  Wednesday'.? boat.  Jilri?, G. W, Clinton and daughter It-ft by Thursday's bout. for  Vancouver,  *��������� The supply of water will be cut  off without notice from all persons  not complying with these regula-  tions,and will not he again turned  on until the payment of a fine of  one dollar.  By order,  L. W. Nuhhs, Sec'v.  Cumberland, B, C. Aug, 3rd, 08  A cup of BOVRIL* a fine  tonic in any season, but it U  valuable in many other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. Try it when  watraing Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  Mr, ,Tf.<ratny, loft by Thursday's  limit for Victoria,  Ritlgwnys, a tea with a rcpiitnti-  ���������mi���������known for over seventy  yours -.Sold by good grocers every*  vi here.  In thy small debts court, ves*  terday, Tltow. Dwyor, of the New  England Hotel, obtained n jndg  merit aguiimt Rohort Lnekltnrt, for  $20.^5, <iu account of hoard et<?���������  and $4.0(1 coat*. II. A. Dillon  RprH>itr������*fi fur plaintiff and i\ I*.  Hamsun for dcft-nclctit,  FOR SALE-  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C, Segrnve, Agent, Outnberlund  nnnnmimnini  Thos.L\  Funeral Direo!  i  itor  and   Em-:  balmer  "W  FOR 8ALE.  One 3������ horse power Gasoline  Engine, complete, with reversing  clutch, also propeller and shafting.  For particulars apply to p. Grant,  Cumberland, B. C.  i iiiiiiinintimi  i House Raising-- Re-t  newlnff tt  Foundation*  Carefully Attends   to.  Cntitberland,  B.C.  imimitiiiniiiiii  The Misses Eesley, returned by  Wednesday's boat from Nanaimo,  FOR SALE.  ^  A ranch, 4 miles from town, 103  acres, partly cleared. For particulars apply to R. Ilornal, Cumberland, B, C.  ^k  A Summer Substitute for  Meat  In "the August Woman's Home  Companion Fannie Merritt farmer  gives a number of hot-weather  substitutes for meat. One such  substitute consists of cheese and  macaroni croquettes:  "Break macaroni in halffinch  pieces; there shonld be two thirds  of a cupful. Cook in boiling salted water until soft, drain in a col*  sudor, and pour over two cupfuls  of cold water, to prevent pieces  from adhering. Add thick white  sauce miulo of two* und one half  tablespoonfuls of butter, ont third  cupful of flour, one cupful of milk  one fourth of a teaspoonful of salt  and a few grains of pepper; then  add oue third of a .jupful of g>>U#d  cheese, Spread on a plat* to cool,  shape, dip in crumbs, egg, and  crumbs again, fry. iu deep fat, and  drain on brown pupoi',"  NOTICE.  All parties owning cows are hereby notified that all bells must be  removed from cowsduringprohibited hours, otherwise the pound  By-Law will be enforced.  By order of the City Council.  i A.McKiNNojt,  City Clerk.  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.      I  Official Administrator's Notice,  County   Court   of  Nanaimo,  holden at Cumberland. In the  matter of the Estate of Sakur-  agi Kichigora, deceased intestate  TAKE NOTICE that  by order  dated 6th day of August,  1908,  aud signed by His Honor, Judge  Harrison,   William Wesley Wil-  lard. Official   Administrator for  part  of the County Court   District of Nanaimo, was appointed  Administrator of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits  of the said   Sakuragi Kichigora,  intestate.  P.Philupps Harrison,  Solicitor for official administrator  Cumberland, B.C., Aug.6, 1908.  WHY HE WEPT.  -V-During-a���������fashionable���������wedding,  ceremony one of the old family  servants was observed to be weeping as though his heart would  break.  * 'Well, well!" exclaimed a bystander. ' "It is so picturesque to  see old servants weeping at a  grand wedding. I suppobtt you  are weeping because yon hiite to  see the bride leave tiie old mansion?"  The old servant, brushed his  eyes With his sleeve- ������������������'Tain'i  that, sir," he sultiied' b-bitt the  blooming duke that's won her  borrowed 50 ceutB from me to got  some clean collars, nnd when 1  asked for it all I got was n good  .hooting. 'Nougli to make anybody cry."���������Chicago News,  Cavital. 83,900,000  KasiBTJt. 94,300,000  Absxts,   946,400,000  Deposits, 883,700,000  Money Order* i 5  Rates.  ISandunddC*     - 8 Cents  Over  $5tuiduotexceeding810 6Cents  Over $10 nnd not exceeding $80 10 Cents  Over *30 end uot exoeedittt* 160 15 Cents  -f     These Money Orders are payable without cost ia any   Chartered X  Bank iu Canada. ,,  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A B. NETHERBY,  Mana~  K. AI DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQflDH TO   ORUBI-t HflD  IN A������Y ^TYLiH YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From 920 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  CfllBEltM������  PAINT    I  Painting^ Paper Han-gins*, Kalnomin  lng9 Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Price Iifrotre than EleewTnere  Leave Order* at J.  CHAS HERAPER,   -  Good Workmanship  XcPhee & Son*  -   Courtenay, B. C.  SALE  JEWELRY,   WATCHES,     TABLE    SILVERWARE,    LEATHER    and    FANCY    GOODS.  New Enll GooiIb now showing  nt the Big Store���������Ladies' Man  t on, l.niii������mt������, Rloiisfg, Undor-  wear, Hosiery, Gent's Raincoats,  I'tiilirelliw, lists and Cups, Under*  vt-ar, nun, Ciutliiiig,���������Stilton  intuer tit Co,, Ltd.  To be n ������������������lucky" dog these day*  Of uuUry winds and torrid raysi  VVf 'ire sure uie luckiest dog we  know  Ii tlic old sledge  dog of jtlie  Eskimo.  It Iihk been demonstrated by.  "KOMiidcr" balloon*- that the tern  p rature it tbe height of swe  iiiiie* is 30 degrees below ������ro.  Unfortunately, however, the  fireet cam nt ptewnt .ire aot  running in tint direction.  Mlw Owrbrd, and Miss Lena  t\i**(or<l ere spending t few holiday* at ajonrtwiaj.  Mrs J. 0. Kemp U. 8. C, L.  O.T.M.ii in the City, in the interest of thu Order, and feels very  much pleased at tho interest thnt  Is boiug taken by euch member.  Both Comox and Oumlwrlatid are  hottiiug, their first annual picnic  this afternoon at ''StriVors I'oint".  The Ludies are making all kinds  ot preparations to make tiie picnic  a success, nud it is quite likely  tlioro will bo a largo turnout,  Tho regular review was held on,  Thursday evening last, in K, of I*,  Hall there was a good attendance,  Mrs. Kemp was very pleased and  congratulated the lathes ou the  way they were getting on with  their work, and upon the interest  shown. Several of the ladies came  up from the beach to attend the  meeting thus showing their interest in tbe Order, uomojc faive  held their regular review iu  Courtonsy, on Aug. 18th. Mr*.  Kemp wut* present and Initiated a  wtmiidate for them. There woe  an almost full attendance of the  Hive. At the close of the review  refrfihtiiMiU were ter red.  It in not very often that the  American negro has an opportunity of retaliating upon people  ���������who do him an injury or interfere,  as ho supposes, with thu right*  that lie possesses, lint just at  present thu negro of the Southern  Status have a chanco of making  themselves felt very considerably.  J(^ie colored populatjun have not  forgotten tlio llrownsville incident, but until now they had no  chunce of uxpcessiuu thoir restint-  ment in any practical iiunner,  But the Prcsldomal election lias  given them this opportunity nnd  if they really feel as injured as  they say they tin over it thero will  lie few, if any, colored votes regis*  lered for Tuft, because, although,  Tuft was not primarily tho person  who dismissed tlm battalion,  he  The Auto Question.  To tbe Ktlltor ut the Nswn,  Hlrt h *n������wor ta lettsr publiibe*! in  yonr issue of AnffO't Uth, by Tssp-oer  Nh, 3, a. ha shins himself, be ������ qalte psr-  sueal in hit rtmarki, regardlni* ma sad  ���������* ��������� auto quiition. Now, It Tupsyor No.  9 wan.i to dti any n'ool for the Diet riot,  why do i't he get a p'titlon aigno I, by tUt>  TuxpiyVri uf Comox Di ir ot, to bsv* ths  roads wittane.1, nnd -jrvesntsd to lhaOov*  ernmoiit, an (hat the autcts eouli pusi a  team willioat ������ny trouble, ia^tesd of but*  ting hi* thitk bead agslott a st< et wall,  tryiwfftostoplhe autoi, wbsn they are was Seoretary of War ut tho time,  heretoetay.  When Tapsyer No, Jmea-     A mu       .  tlensd, there Uiug no sotoa in t, & Is*'ftno nH g"ui  l������n*<, T u������i*������>i T Ifttfiw wert* ������h������ut IP. R. Ti-  Und than T������xpa> er Nu, 8 does.   Now tba  S3T 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. H  at T. D. McLEAN'S |  ^.^.-���������^.--.^.-. \AA*Aa*a.aAaaA|  ffffffffffTffffffTf������?f*  Where aro you going? I am going to tbo Coraex Co-operatirs Meat  Market, where I can get a Nice, Tender, Juioy Roast ot Heut; No- Bone,  AUHeat.  Comox Co-operative Society.  R. Webster, Manager.  reason ��������� there are a* entos thire, ts be-  oauie there is not enouglt mnrtey on the  Isltnd to buy tnie. Tup<*y������r No. 2 ought  ������* ������������bsek te P. K. IsUiitl, where he ba  Itmim, anoeff the loeberis, where tbey  Ure on ������������h inmmmar ana atari* to  ���������aMtballwisier. Ielsotl(iak ������b������t Tai-  payer Nb, 3 ooght to apulo|lsa in bis  n<-xt letter to the Taipnyer* ������f Comas  Disiriot. fortheshu he ooatapoo tltem,  wbtn be saia tbat uoTupsper in th* Ot*>  t jrt, ba m la������oma whioh would allow  hint to have on' **t tltt-ae little Mberse������oar*  eie." Now, **������r KUitnr, I think this  wilt be my Nut letter, ������*��������� y**'tr paper, aa I  have eeas* tu tt*e eSuelieiou tit tt ���������** tisM  l#  t*0 VSltiab ��������� t>������ tr������*ata>, t **l������if te  put  brains where ��������� *������*������ tm ex *t la laeb ekeed  ���������uTaipsy'T'sNo,.'; ������i-*������ I tfcMl* ftitMr  lire the plgfi*1**������'. ���������������'������" I* awheatail tn  eifo ������v name to ������*.ytbing I ������tet wrote.  I bf.tiWI.if* you f->r tha apnea le -your vain  ���������ble pa-.er,  Imoais  Voera Truly,  *-Cvevt.m  AH  with    the'  Herald.  directly   coiinfctod  incident.���������Nanaimo  attMM  There is Something  Doing at the  Provincial  EXHIBITION  Victoria, B. C.  Britidi Columbia's Premier Fair  22,23,24,25. & 26  ���������GALLERY,  in lne Davis Mock.  Come in and  Try Your Eye  JACK "VTPOND.  Everything Modern and Up to the Minute.  Kew Ground*, New Buildinge. ; New Attraction*.  Horse  Show Every Evening.  Cash Tombola    Primes Every Bays  4 pout* Days 4  GREAT       HORSE     RACING  laaiaaji  Trot-J4iig.Paoiiic^^ Steepleobaaing  Excursion IUt-6* from Everywhere.  ���������Par Prite LUt* or Information, Addreo*--  J mm  t at*e oiTJLintXr pinnagera


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