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Array si  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND B.C., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1908'**,  Subscription #2.00 a Year,  At The BIG  STORE this  0 ��������� W CCK ��������� ���������  Special Sale of Guaranteed Kitchen  We have a Large Assortment of the famous 'DIAMOND'  Brand 'Enamel ware. Positively the best euamelware of  ,the kind on the market. A bcautihtl blue mottled color  triple coated inside and put, and the cleanest looking  ware that can be produced.  Come in and inspect these goods  yuu mustsee them  to appreciate what  extra good value  they are.  li:!l!lll!llli:!,i!!!!:ill!liri!llll!lllili!niii|ii:ii:i!!lll!lllftl!i!M  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiyi'iiiiiiiiihiHfiiiiw  Brighten Up  Your Kitchen  ii!iiiiiiiiii!!i'>iiii,i!:i-ii<:i'iiiin:iiiiiii:iiiB  >>_rf������e4?ni'i-=^!rnTTrBrt^Q iTiiuHiiiiinHiiunitiMr-tttiiiiEniiiitiititHttHnimiiJiiituui-aftiiiiifUHUiiHti  JSF*Special Prices on-"Diamond" ware for this week,  Simon-: Leases:. J  e mi w������iiw-������������*'������-m_*-r^ i������__w-_f__Mr.-t������3������.. v-������'-**^:.*M*,*rJ. emajrmwm.ez*,mm  Co., IM������  uMaawwitK'unri enem mm/mam mmiaMtrgammwmM������Mattmmimta  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES nud SIZES  Groceries Str0S.c���������'?''.r'!0"80O8B"'! Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods,  CAMPBELL BR.05.,    Du������"��������������� *���������  wmt*e*w*mmmm.  fen****  fr*immm9Wtm9m%mm noisuaamaiBm  THE CLOSING OUT SALE  COMMENCES  SATURDAY,  JUNE   13th  NOTHING     RESERVED  EVERYTHING MUST GO  -/,--w*."i,'*,W*wi' uimKiwi  ci.wiiii'r'f-i'W wwwiiwi!  tmmrmmmmiammTBVVxtaemmem  SATURDAY MORNING  AT 9 O'CLOCK A, M.  J. McPHEE & SONS,  lJfttismttir Avenue,  For Every Home  \���������By Purchasing an���������  : Phonograph  1000 Records in Stock  for you to choose from.  ������>  GEM "PHONOGRAPH-..". ...,..< .'...,  $16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH 32 50  HOME , PHONOGRAPH ."..;..-.- 45 00  VVesi-'J'the PhonograpH andRecords  the same pf ice as they are sold  all'over  the world. ^VYe- are'soleLagents f brO-m. *-  berland an el District.   Records ; are" sold  at40c.-sach. ������������������ ..;A'r   .'* GA*S'HvONL,Y  CQciieocTs fieuiStotfe.  We are getting nicely settled ia  our new premises and Iiave pat in a  fine line of  Latest  e  In Hats,  In Clothing,  In Boots*Shoes  Yonr  inspection invited.  ara*rum*m*cwmm<mmm m.  J.    N.   flcLEOD.     Dnne'nnipAV*n������eJ  ,. .CUMBERLAND, B.C.  LAID AT REST.  The funeral of the late Samuel J./Cliffe took place last Tues  day,vTuue 3oth^at_2--Olclock���������to  Ctiiuix.rlami, ll C.  agLt-bmmtmWtomtmememei  ���������n Vi ���������'-i**in'iiTxwi*-*Tt'yiff  Tlio 1st,, of July��������� Dominion  Day���������-wa* celebrated by a-��������� excursion to Union Bay, and also a base  hall iniitch at thnt" place which  created much excitement and enthusiasm, Tlio ���������. turnout from  Cumberland was ono . of tho largest,���������if not tho largest,--there  being uo loss thnn four hox cars  and two flat ours, and the coach  which worn crowded to thoir ut-  most capacity to curry tho crowd  of joyful pick-nickers to Unioii  liny, At about 10:110 tho train  loft tho depot, wiih everybody  fooling gay, for the day wns nil  dint could he dwirod for a holidny,  Soon iil'ier arrival at tlio Hav, tho  hull match started in which Iho  following tennis played, and was  wit.iios3t.ul hy 11 largo number of  spectators, Thu llrstgnmo played  wii'i between Union liny nud Mixtures und was )l to 7 in Invor of  Mixtures, .Owing to Union Mny  lining short of 2 of their bust players, and not being nhlo to pluy  that day, they were not able In  keep up Uio standard of their  UMiul play thoy havo been known  to pluy this season,  M,>t"i,wn   tlin    |,,ti.,'i."i|i*   of  (lie  gailH" ihl'lV Wl'lV :"*.!I0 !'*'.*(   r:;fv *;  two ol the limit! uvwi.b* were in-  follows ;��������������� 100 yds diudi, opiui, 1,4,  wiih nwiircli.d to J\lr,  Clarke, eat-  1.     ,' 11      *    ** ,     in,  Ol,l*l    Ul   HI.'-   i'i IJUI t      l,,l.-l.iij,lj,      |,.'ilnl,  Und prize, wiih uwnrdod to Alex,  McNeil, culclior of llm Mixtures.  Next, was the Old Man's race,���������  prize was awarded to Mr, ,1 .Slant,  Tlit'itj win*!.-- other uvuutn un the  pro<j;i-uin which we did not have,  particulars of. Aftm* llm nbuvi,  event.u thero wan another baseball  i/rili'h hi'tu'i'ini the fnllowing  team*.: --hitlle   River und Overs,  Wftil tli" I'olhlU'ili.r y-'i'U * In ll ill  favor of Over**; t,| i* ymwn pruved  vory iiumn-tiug owing lo tin* fuel  ihnt- the Over- tie,nght   I hey   h.i-i j  the beAt of'it but were dcrivi'd in ,  thoir anticipation-, as they had to  play one;moro innings to decide  tho game, After this came the  old rivals*, again viz: the Overs and  Mixtures; never wns  thoir   such  the Church of England cemetery  at\ Sandwick. The obsequies  were conducted by the Masonic  Order which turned out iu a  large body to pay their last respects to the.dead, The funeral  was a large one���������the largest  that lias ever been in the district  Mi*. Cliffe ���������was the first, white  man to be married in Coniox; he  ���������eaHie-vtp..t.hi������. country ,46 ..years  On Sunday lust the Orangemen  paraded and attended service at  the Holy Trinity Church, in the  morning; Tlwy. were escorted by  the Cumberland Baud, which play-  j'Bll^jTpto^iutFmMi^Tl^folIo^"  ing Lodges'jtnnied out,, Mount  ttoreVL, 0,;L. 1670., Goui-tenay  Lodge and the Orange Young  Britons,  ���������-Q~  ���������Mr. Notherby Manager of tlio  Royal Bank of'Canada. Cumberland, returned home wi%liis brido  last Wednesday. Mrs. JSletherby  was a Missi'!oraMacdonald,-Jangh-  "���������"���������^r ''^ (i~7'V'/--.,^r   r?vt^- 0^^-^' Macdonald*; K.C.,  ago from Staffordshire, England, ������������������     : ��������� '  <       *  ?���������'������������������-��������� to        'of Nelson, B. C The JNkws ex  tends eongmtulations.  where he was born, and in 1862  he went to gold raining in the  Cariboo country. At oue time  he was one of the shareholders  when coal' was first discovered nt  exilement since the 85th. of May. I Union and shortly   after he sold  Die game started, Ovors to the  hut, with both managers. York and  Coo looking serious, but both feel-j  ing full of hope .us if each others  team wns going to win. First  innings, tho Mixtures started olf  with thoir usual loud with two  runs; nt first it looked easy for the  Mixtures, but in tho fourth innings  the score stood at !3 to 5 in favor  of'tho Overt.. In the lu������t iimiiigfe  it seemed as if it wero almost 11  certainly that, tho Overs wore  going to win���������but we quote the  words of a baseball enthusiast that  '���������the unexpected soiiietinios happen to win".  The hcoi-o iliiisheil (J to 7 in  hivor of Mixtures.  Aftor the game wns ended Malinger W, York rushed over to  Manager IJ, Coo, and shaking  linnds, expressed the following  ''Dick this umkes us even for the  ioth, of May" and !M(,*k t'OHjion-  <led (,yos, West, you pluyod well  both giimos''  After tho baseball mutch, their  w'M a football inuLcb between  the  M'    1 1      1' ' '  ��������� ���������1 i.Ulil U.i ...I*. Ui.lU'l   u:,l,ll.->, illll!  il*  ��������� illlod ill lla* MiMUl'Un vvillliin^ ii)  a walk-over.  The Misses Matthews, duiigh-  ,i.*i,i u{ M1.1l. MiiiiiniiM-, iiaui'iied  homo by hist Wednesday's boat to  hpoutl tlieir Biiiiiinei' vacation,  Mi ns  K,   Smith,   is   spending  ,t iiionths vacation wiih  her parent R, at Coniox, after which  she  will take up hor i-ushhuieo iu the  upper country.  out his interest to other parties.  He then started business at the  .Lome Hotel, Coniox, at which  place he hud resided up to the  time of his death Mr. Cliffe  was the last of his family, with  the exception of two half-sinters  who arc residing in the Old  Coiintry.  The deceased gentleman had  been suffering for a long time  from ear trouble (otos) to which  disease he succumbed at 110011,  Sunday, June s>8th, He was  68 years of age on June roth  last, and leaves a wile and family lo mourn his loss.  The pallbearers wore as foi.  lows;--Messrs Geo. W, Clinton,  Wm. Kohl), Geo, 0. Macdonald,  Wm, Mntlieson, Thos, Beckon-  sale and Alex, Urijiiluul,  'VtfmM\Y*mmWm*WI*w<it\ Wfifanm__,  CARD OK THANKS  1 Lake ihisoppnrttiuily of thank.  Ing nil tlm kind friends and neigh-  Imiii'h who uHsisled mu during the  illno-miiiul di'iitb of my lute hus  '....ii.!, S'.mnii'! J. ClillV, and wl,h  I,) ,',\pii.*,> my .-im<n..i|. Ihauka l.,  those who sent flowers,  Mies 8 J. OmkI'*k,  ��������� <������- ������������������ -  A largo ilium er timaid l.uho iul-  vantage of Oraiigeiimils' nxeill'sloii  to Vaiieoiiver, ou Huii,|iiy, July  Twelfth.  -"*���������'������������������" - \e> ' " '-*  Mi>. J. Li\Mslny arrived by Kri-  day's bout and is the guest of Mrs,  K.' Walker,  Mis,* Wnlker, (laughter of Mrs,  W. B. Walker, arrived liy Frhlay's  bout.  COUNTY COURT  The action of Borgaes vs Stevens -  was decided in favor of tho dofou-  dent.  Mr. I\ 1*. Harrison, appeared for  the (lefoiico and H. A . Dillon for  ihe plaintlH.  CITY vs, DALIES.  The appeal of Mr, Dallos, in  this notion was dismissed, on application of Mr. V, 1\ Harrison*  counsel for the City, on tha  ground thnt appellant hnd not 011-  lerod his appeal for trial. Not  en lured into Iho usual recognizance.  Mr,*, Mosser, sister of Mrs, T.  II, J'iercy, of Duiiumn J^Jund, h-ft  for lu*r home in Now Jininswiek:,  Saturday nioriiing,  MIss.K, Ci'Mfui'il, InflhyTlitirs.  liny'H ItoMt for Dennm-i IhIihuI, on  a two weeks wmntion.  Mh's Minnie Moh'ay -/V/in-  ���������'ouver, is vuiiing Ciimborlitutl,  and is the guest of Mr. uud Mrs.  A. Cameron,  noma  Mrs, Hustings   relumed  WediinBilny nfter novoml -nicks absence in Victoria.  Jlohhy Thompson retnrued from  Nanniiuo, hy   Wednehday'i* boat,  Judge IliirrNoii arrived011 Wed  n*HSiluy'��������� boat and retiirneil vSalut  .. ���������.���������������.������������������.��������� M I'm. itnd   MicH Klrinig  left by  Mr. and Mrs. T. IHckhtiindfiuu    Sutiirdny's b.iai f,,r Ihniton. U S.  ily ruturned ,,ii   l-Virny   lii<*|   fi"in ;[A., nt. whieh pim*������ they will niitke  Viftie'i  i'  m im ;,*   !��������� ���������������������������������������������) Jem e  Wtennmr arrungcmeiits for thin-  wwA City of Naiiiiiuio will urriva  to-uighl, Tuesdny. Train m-III  meet bout ami iiitIvu in Ciuiiber-  Inml nl,"ui 11 p.m. Train will  leave Cumburhind on WodnesdHj  Moi'iiing at 11:1.") 11.111. to coimoct  with I mm nt Tnlon Hay, On  Tbiirsd'iv, 1 lie 1 ruin loaves Cum.  horl.oi.l at ]'.'. inn,,, iu meut butt,  train -.lili leave again Friday  iiinniiiu,' i.t������!;)', an,, to comiwt  with ou'-goii.g b"itl. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA  The DumtDrJantl Sbws  Issued Every  Tuesday by the  Comox   -5.   Ctimberland  Publishing Company.  TUESDAY,  JULY 7,   1908.  Synopsis   of Canadian   Hi a������ stead  Jteg-ulatioiia.  HMJM  .Any available Dominion Lauda within  Uw Railway Belt in British Coluiub a,  amy bo hamostended by any person who  ia ihe sole head of a family, or any male  ovsr 18 yoaru of uge, to the oxtent of one  quartor section of 1G0 acrea, moro or less.  Entry mu3t bo made personally ot the  local land cilico for tho distriot in which  tbo hind is situate. Entry by proxy  may, however, be made ou cortain coc-  dltions by the father, mother, son, dangh  ter b-olher or Bister of and intending  homcatoader.  Tho homesteader is required to perform  tho conditions connected therewith  ''wider one of ti 0 following plans;  (1) At least-six mouths' residence, upon  uu-1 oultivatiou of the land in each year  for three year*-.  (2) If the father for mother, if the  father is deceuHed), of the homesteader  roBides upon a farm in tho vicinity of tht  liiucleuUre'.l for, the muirements aa to  residence may be satisfied by such porsoi*  rosiuiug with ihe father ormothor.  (3) If tbi-j'sotfcler has his parraitneut residence upon farming land owned by  him in Iho vicinity of his homestead, the  r. quiremeuts aa to residence may be sat-  i-fiid by residence upon the uuidland.  Six mouths'notice in   writing; should  be given to tha 0-jui.������i:sioner of Dominion Linda at Ottawa of iutention to apply for patent.  Uoal.���������Coal 'mining   right* may   be  ���������jbaBed-for-a-period-of���������twonty-one-years.  at au anneal rental of SI p������r acre.    Not  ���������worn than 2,560 aoro* shall be leased to  one .individual or company.   A royalty  at tbo rate of five couta per ton shall be  collected on the uurchantable coal mined  W.W. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of tha Interior  **> H.B.���������UnautborizeJ publication of this  advertimment will not be paid for.  PNEUMONIA.  FrosH Air la Ota Boat Cura aa Wall aa  the Hmat Preventive.  Tho   most  effRcflvo ivbapoB   With  which.to fight pueuurtnla to ttoab air,  real frosb nlv* mid lota of It  , Tlio fact that pneumonia might bo  called Blrnply a shutting -off of oxygftr)  filior,**, how Important It Is to -jlva  Iho patient plonty of air. In ono tevgo  j Ner/ fork hospital awfferers trow the  i_l'-*i;'i8o iu'*e cnrcleO to tba roof and  il:i*[it thero day und night When your  child ui'oua ill, move It (0 tba largoet  ia:id suunleat room in tho houso and  !<.>",**ri tho wlii-lflws. If tt ta too cold  'for ttuit, have nqotbor worn near by  jlnto which tho imllwnt may ha ni/md  nt leant thiou tltnos a dny to jmrnilt  jn thorough vuntlJiilJon of tho Blclc*  room. All iiurtoccssttry furniture and  oil plcturou, twiuj{ln(,Ti and other lm������  I edliTieuia Ghoulil bo tfllnm out of both  rooms.  , At, nU/vcV of puchuionla begin* In s  uiuimir which au-j-wata a vory bad  cuid. Tho patient bas n chill nnd a  fi'vi'i- and Buffers fiotu palna in tha  iil.l,.'. A cough booh appeora, ond tbo  Uu<it:i l-acoiuoa short and quick, Tho  yiiiliKit biitflo ot the ovorworkei! heart  U 1, lil.iitofl hy n quluk pulso und flush.  vA rhi-pjiu. Boon there are tslsna of  pical i'.vl,!, list loll, with hrotdiK'lin, uloop.  .liMiinrtsH nnd (Boinutliuon) delirium.  lmiuig nil of thin period tho blood Is  iviirl'i'.'H tminomloiiH war upon tho In.  \iitllnj liiTini;, If It Is UoHtlned to loan,  l',<* iix'i'iiiNtlen will croiv inoro and  ni'.i' i;,'.ii'lii',t, mul iho pullc-nt will die,  11, t c. 11 In ili-Mlinc-l to win thero will  sir  tici  H*  *.. H  ti.   I  v ,i timo���������It will lw liDtwci'ii tlio  1 iiui Un, timtlt diiy-whoii the \m*  ������������������ in mii1i|"ni,v iiudiii brighter, Tho  "< uifiiiv  will roll,  tlii' bruit 111 nn  1    , loro iv nilm*, nml ttm vtolont  "f thi- piilw will i-ixii-o, When  . ii'im, It Ih 11 nlKU that tho but'  ,,   l.l -   ll.llllU'lltDI'.  *?*!lo-n' CvporHtltlom.  !i 1- n f'liininii.'i i.n*r,i:-' .uuoor Billow  i'i ;' ��������� ���������������������������'iii, ���������lii������'ii 1.1., i,.������'n H'.mk nml  '���������-'���������' ������������������'' * 'In In h'tiiu.i-.l Ity lliu nhohta  1 ' ' ; ;, islio iv.*jv ,|i,,>v,',i)c,l 1/1 lioi",  I ���������**.' vt'iii'H ai-,) ,1 lui'j-,) r.tnt|;nint  '    '   " *��������� '���������   'v  "8   Mo.lU-rti  I'--*,, ,", I ���������v,.|* r.ui) liven wt'i'o hmt  'ii...ii-.iiii-i.i w,nv MHtiu in mlnlii'i tho  v.-.*,,i ;.u* w������a iiiutiniit liuitio nnd  ," ' '' 'i"X Vr.a .wcr hhn.t, hixii nstd.  ii '��������������������������� i ,*iT*M'ln to lift'p n crow, Thi)  *���������'���������;���������  i'  iiri'it'iit i*v,������ry nl<jht Iho grwlt  ���������     "'* I1"'       "    ���������.'."���������   oil giv;a,)3  ��������� uluti.iti* who rank, like rat*  *   ii 1 *'��������� ,1. vt tlio l-iMfum of ulity foot  , "      * K.,t.-Ktrn(itl Itarriuln-j.  'M %>4**>*94>4H4>4>4H<re>t *>e+4>  I INSURANCE.  ^ho    ard    Life  K -r Hif.-*   JU'ductions     for  IJ ire Insurance fall nud jfft  fi'f-- lt*,|i������r������' iiirniriii(f.  Woslojr Willard  A.^ittfortUc-R >"'l  o.' Liverpool.  a  8  rt  u  a  v  W  M  [Continued]  In, aU Borioufiness. "To ten yon the  troth, I felt In itecd of a little comfort*  tnu���������hero I've come all this distance���������  and, of course, I heard about father  and -mother���������but I couldn't beUovo lt  was true. Seemed as lf they must bo  waiting at the old place for me to  como back, and when I saw it all gone  to ruin��������� Well, then I set out to find  Bomebody, aud do you know, of aU tho  family there's only you and me left?  That's nil, Mattlo, Just ns two! White  1 Was growing up out west I kind ot  expected things to bo standing still  back hero and be just the same as I  Well, how aro yoa,  left them���������hum  anyhow?"  "I'm well Will and"���������laying her  hand upou hia, "don't, think I'm not  glad to seo you���������please don't I'm go  glad, Will, I can't tell you���������but I'm all  confused���������ro little happens hare."  "I shouldn't guess It was the liveliest  place ln tho world, by tho look of It,"  Bald Red. "And as far as thatfe concerned. I kinder don't know what to  eay myself. There's such n heap to  talk about it's hard to tell whoro to  begin. - But wo'vo got to be friends,  though, atnttle��������� wo'vo Just got to bo  friends. Good Lord: We're all there's  left! Funny I never thought of such  a thin;***:* "Well. Wast lt! That's enough  of ouch talk. I've brought you a pre*  ent, Mattli." lie 8tretehcd out a led  that roaehed beyond tho limits of th4  front porch and dove Into his trouserfl  pocket, bringing out a buckgkln sackJ  He fumbled et the knot a minute and  "���������LoW*^ro-W~lt"^e"rnraym*g~'*rou_uQT-  tle It���������your fingers are soopller tttaii  mine." Mies Mattle's finger, were  Blinking, but the knots finally came undone, and from tho sack she brought  forth n chain of rich, dull yellow.lumps  fashioned Into a necklace, It weighed  a pound. *8he spread lt out and looked  at It astounded. "Gracious, WUM Id  that gold f she. naked.  "Thaf s what," ho replied. ."Thorcal  .article, just as H puroo out of tho  (round; I dag !V*my_wlf.   Tlint'a tho  band. * "Do yon weigh as much as  that Will?"  "I do," retnraed Red, with much satisfaction. "Aqd tbere Isn't over two  pott&Os of lt fat at that"  "What a great man yoo have growu  op to be, WlUr  Red* took In a docp draft of tobacco  and sent tho vapor clear across the  little room.  "On the hay Bcatea, yes," he answei*-  ed, with a sort of Joking earnestness,  "but otherwise I don't know."  The return to the old homo htul  touched tho Us man deeply, and ob bo  leaned bnck In his chair thero wna a  ehado of melancholy 00 hia face that  becamo It well.  Miss Mattlo took in tho mass of blm  Btrotehcd out at his ease, his log*  crossed, and the patriciaa cut of his  face, to which tho upturned mustache  gave a cavalier touch. Thoy were good  stock, tho Saunders, and tbe breed  had not declined lu the only two extant  "lie's my own cousin," she whispered  to herself  iu  tho safety  of  the  kitchen. "And such a splendid looking  man!"  Sho felt a pride of poBfessloti  Bhe had never known before.  Nobody  in  Fairfield or vicinity bad such a  cousin as that And Miss Mattlo went  on joyfully fulfilling nn inherited Instinct to minister to tho  wants of  Eorno man.   Sho tiald to herself there  was somo satisfaction in cooking for  somebody else.  But alack-a-day, Miss  Wattle's ideas of tho wants of somebody  else  had  suffered  a   Fairfield  'change.   Nothing was done on a large  scale ln FairQeld. But she sat tbe Uttlo cakes���������lucky that sho had made  them yesterday���������and the fried mush  and tho small pitcher of milk and tbe  cold ham and the cold biscuit on tho  table with a pride in the appearance  'of tho feast  "Supper's ready, Will," sho said.  Red responded instnnter.   He took a  look at tho board and understood. Ho  ,nte the Uttlo cakes and biscuit and  ���������said tbey wore the durnod best he  ever tasted.   Uo also took somo pot  cheese under a misapprehension, swallowed lt and said to hlmsolf that ho  bad been through worse things than  that   Then,   when  his appetite had  Just begun to develop, the inroads ou  -tbo.DrovlBlons warned .hjmjjiat lt waa  time to stop,  - English 4 x BURTON always oa tap also, the famous MILWAUKEB  BKHRS���������A-heoeer, Bohemian, Schlitz, &c. "OLD GRET BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The rJoardmg and Lpdgiug Department, under the iaimediate suporintendonoa. of Mri  Davis, will ba found Fbat-olasa ln every respect.  Kspimalt ft Nanaimo Ry  RATES,  q-,1 00 per day upwards.  "littwtnuom, ooutr/n," tlw vMenertd. te  7w.'ra.l/.  ronaon rra Here. I'd*now got rnonoy  cnonuh, to go nny whoro forthor thnn  n horao could carry wo Jf I hadn't  tttknn n fly nt plncor inlntna nod hit  her to bout b-or-tho vory iiilnohli'f,"  Mica Mnttto looked tlrat nt tho linr-  liiiilc, aplendld niM.'1-.lnro nnd then nt  thu Imi'lmrk', ophm.ir.l tiiiin. Tilings  grow confimotl boforo hor In trying to  iimiIIho Unit It wiiu mil. Whnt two  plnnntii uo uor-urntoil lu thoir oi'ldlH in  Imr wotld nnd his? Hlic hnd tho lm-  ngliiiitlon thnt la imunlly Iticlilun In  ainiill ciimnuultlon, nud tho fiu'llng of  a fnlry ntory conn, tnm pmi-soiwod her.  "And now, Mnttic" raid ho, "l don't  know wl'iit'i������ miumorit l��������� this pint ot  tho country, but I'll in-il.o tr.-o enough  on tlio couatn part of lt lo lull you  thnt I could look nt mm no tmppi'i' with-  cut tUni'lilng. 1'vo wuliiu'.l n henp to-  duy, and 1 alu't used d������ wiilklng,"  Minn initio Hpnmg up, licmolf iignlti  III 1*11 dmniM io U.'lfl  Hut l.iluhl) .  "f.'h.v. .v���������n jvw*r ,*nn���������'." ���������������,���������,'*" v\\o "Of  couran you'ro itnvvodl It muat tw  noni'ly H o'clock. I uluioat forget 11 bout  outing, living horo ulouo. Vou html)  havo ouppor directly. Will you coiuo  lu or nit u aptdl ouUldi'V"  lUfKoil   111   COliHi   In,     uiuil   iu-.i.  "Don't wnnt to lono algbt of you now  thnt I'vo found you."  It wua Homo timo aliK-o Mlaa MntHa  hu*l folt that any ono had cuiod enough  for her not to wuut to lose tight of  hor, and n dollcato wnrui bloom went  over her -.btoka. Bbo hurrlixl Into th*  Uttlo kitchen.  "Mnrthtl" mlUnl Rod.  "What la It, Wflir abo anawoivd,  coming to tho deor.  "Can I amok* in thla Uttlo bournr  "Cor tnluty. pit right down aud uwkt  yonniolf comfortable, Doa't yon w  mfifilNir what ��������� atnotor father waar  Ftwl trted th* dlffonr.fif ehnlnt \Olth  bla band. Tlwy mora oot n Malwart  lot. Viually he uptod tho liomomn-lo  rut-kar In tha tornar. "Thore'a tlw hid  (or me," bo aaM, drawing it oat "(lot  to be kloder cart-fill how y,���������j thtmv  UO po'iuitn around"  "Uanyl" criad Ul** Mutlla. onje to  WALL PAPER  MAt   r600D'S"&      NT^_     COLORINGS & IDE-  1N C W STY LES.        IN C WAS in DECORATION  The only thing not bigh-clasa about our magnifioeni collootioa Is  the price. To seo coBta nothing; to h&vo it coats little. Bordotu  same price per roll a8 hanging. A COMPLKTB LINE of FURNI-  TURK and HOUSE FURNISHINGS, 1JEDS aad BEDDING,  LINOLEUMS and GARRET SQUARES.  The Right Price  J. H. COLLINS,  & Furniture Store.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.'  VXCTOIRXJ-���������CO-tMtOX       KOTTOB  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m  for (!  Nanaimo,   calling at Croftor.   Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenfl fre.ght   cr  . passengers offer.  Leaves Nana'.mo   Wednsday, 7 a. m,,  for Union Bay Comox anu way pons  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., for  Union Ray Nanaimo and ,way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m.j for  Union Hay Comox and  way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  VANCOtTVER - NA&AIMO - LADY'  ���������WITH   ROUTE.  S.S.     "JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  for   Nana nio  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails.from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvet  daily, excepi Sundajs, al 7 a.m  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  When In COuiteny Stay  Meanwhile they bad  ranged the fields of old times at random, aod as Red took In Miss Mattlo,  pink with excitement and sparkling aa  'to eyes, he thought, "Blast the supper!  Ife a square meal Just to look at her.  Sf sho ain't pretty good people, I miss  I ny guess."  1 It waa a merry meal. Eo bad such  a way of tclllug things! Miss Mattlo  hadn't laughed so much for years, and  she felt thnt thero was,no otio that  sho had known eo long and ao well as  Constn Will Thero was only ono jar-  rtng note���������Red epofco of tho vigorous  celebration that had been followed by  tho Hurting of gold. It was certainly  won toldi but MIS9'Mattio aetted In  soft horror wften bo bad Hntshed,  "Yoo didn't g^t-lntost������ated--Wl^y,  "Did Vt" aald be* lost in momoi-yaqd  uot QoU-tug tbo tone. "Well, I put  aiy hood down tbo throat of, that  toevta town ond turned her InaMo out!  It was llho oa tf Chrlstmaa and Fourth  of July luul happened oa tba *aan������  day.H  -Ol), Will," cried Mte������ Miuttlo, "I  can't think of you llko Uiat���������rolllug-In  tho" (wttoyI" Hor voloo ehoak and  broke oft Ber knoTvledeo of tho cf-  foot of attmulaota woo limited to Fair-  flold'e* ono dnmloird-old Tommy Sfo������  Koo, 0 dh-repatnWo old IrUihiiMin���������but  Ininkmuieso won tho worst viae ln her  world.  "Rolling lu tbo gutter)" cried Rod in  aatontohment "Why, girl, what for  would I roll In tho gutter? What's tbo  fuu In that? Jtrutny Chrlatmaat 1  wanted to walk on tbe telegraph wires.  There wasn't anything lu that town  thigh enough for mo, What pot gut*  iter- Into yotii' bend?"  "I���������I sopi-osod pooplo did that whon  ithoy WMo-llko thnt"  **i wouldn't wash) my money on  whisky If that's nil tho Inspiration I  got out of It," replied Rod.  "Well, of eoutre I doo't hnow nbont  thoflo thlngn, but I wish you'd promlso  no ono tlilutf."  "Donol" ci'iod Red.   "Whnt la It?"  "1 wtnh you'd promtHo ido not to  touch whisky ii'tnln."  "Hiowl That'll n pretty big ordorl"  J lie* Btoppod nud thought n mtnuto, "If  you'll iniiliy thnt 'novor touch It wlicn  It alh't nowlod,' leaving whon It'a  noi'dod to wlmt'H my Idea of tho oipiuro  thing on a prnriilHc, I'll go you, Mattlo.  Thvru'ti my hnnd."  MOh, I shouldn't hnvo snld anything  ot all, Will. I hnvo no right, but It  aeomctl .u-t'h n pity micti n aploudld  man -I niciin-1 thliilt��������� You mu-'tn't  promise nu, anything, Will," stoinnioi'-  ed Mhw Stattle, mhocked at bor osvo  dni'lnit. '"  "Uurol" ho cried, "I'm no Uttlo kldl  Will!!!   I   plY-Ull-Ml   I   Ul-vMII   Ul     Ah   (,H  your uot having nuy rl*;l)t, nln't wo all  thore UJ Vou'vo got to tw mother nnd  tdater and mint and ovorytblng to 100.  I nln't aa young on ! hnvo bcon, Mnttle,  nnil t ml������H Hhn-wnva 1<������ttII,Io nt tlmwi.  'Now, put out yonr (In llko n good pnnl.  ner, nnd heiv gnoa for no moro rhltio*  cnbiwa for Clmntn Seoehne Itcd-tlnw  1 quit drinking, nnrhow," ho atlppod  It ring t4t bla Uttlo finger. "Hero, hold  out your hnnd," aald ho. 'TU pat thin  on for luck and tho sake of tbe prom-  Iho���������hy tha tnmo token, 1'vo got n  doom on yon now, and you're my prop,  ���������fty."  Thla of loom- waa on-ty Oooaln  Wlll'a Jol:l,i:' In Ml-, Hnttla notk-od  ���������with a ���������������i*.>,1 h**i it** !, tbat ha had  chosen th ���������������*!<������������������������ '.i���������':.i iiug_r-tn all  Ignorance. ,' ��������������� f. U - ,n\ Tba luat  fling alio could ���������'���������" noaU bt to call  hhi attimttnn i.- ������������������ "��������� (act or run tho  riak of hnrtlug h.< foellDg. by tram*  tenlug tlw rlnft- Inmld.���������������������������������, It wna 11 pn>t-  fy ring, a mogh m-y In a ������������������Inhi u,*lil  taud-awl Icok-M vory well where it  was.  Tbwu  ll���������:y  Hiltkil down for what  The Courtenay Hote'  .���������-���������''-      /    :i  ������������������ ���������  Every, convoninnoe for guests.    '  The Contial Hotel for Eportsmou  None hut the Best of Wines and   Liquors  at the liar,  RATE3 REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Pro.  DeHunden  c  H  O.  I  C  E  s  T  in season at  D, HUNDEN'S  -AND-  -i4^-.{-^-4.^^.t-r{~*r.l~t.>|.-t"l"li*l"t-i*i<  Hayman &. Maxwell."������  Proprietors.  a 1 mname ww*-e\m~-*rm*qmrj**^inmatj**-.'imwTM*M  f TEAMSTERS, and  I) RAY MENS*  t.SlNGLE   and. DOUDLE   RldST  I For   HIRE.       ALL   ORDERS"  I PROM l'TLY   ATTEN DEI)  TO  ���������f* ^*ma**mm\ma ������**#  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO -COM.X  UNION.  "S. S. aueenCily" (C.P.R.)  Leavo- Vaueouyer, Sunday, 7 pm,   Ar  rivca at Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p. m.  Letvee Nantimo Monday, 3 a. m.   Arrives at Union,.Mouday, 11 a. m.    Arrive,'  at Cemox, Mn.day, 1 p, ui.  ..  J 3rd St, Gunikrlajil  ^.^^i.,t..j^Hhi4������M44**l'4''fr'l4i  C. H TARBELL  ���������tsnnrn^me^ermrav* meMtrt**������mjamam  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And nil  KITCHEN IUTENS1LS  JOHN McLEODS  FOJt FIltST-'Jl.AHH  (JANDY, I'HUl'JH  01(1 AKrt &. TOBA00OS  <gMW1M>>r^--������t_<ar*w_w������*������������M������i--. i om aeea^mmmmmetmmtmmmmamwmmmmmma ������  POLL EIATE   SCKOOi  V        FOR  BOYS L  , noUurols,        Belcher   treet  Victoria B. C.  I'utrnii and Vlnltor,  rill'. 1011U  1H.SI101'  Ol'"COLUMBIA  jliml .si������M.r  J.NV, LAIMt, btsW.,  M, A,,   OM-'Olit*.  A , I .tml Ity thi c������ 0 r������Juatw of Um Kr������ j.  nixul Uunrr'.Hi'Ji ,*t tlnfti llriUin 4i.il t'ai,  Ada,  *ilfl,..^lr, (or.rll. tltr I, i������,.}tt*  Prfiperly coni<������������" t-t ll o aorft with ipttl-  IoihijIiooI lulldln������������,  ntoni.va r������c,*f������tln  iironuiU. uym   ������������������**������������.    U������d*% o rp* * r-^it  tod,  AU'LY TO HI4.\U MAHTRK.  Sportsmens Goods  at Uuiou, M������i;day, 8 p.m.  Leave Uuioii'*; Tuesday,  5a.m.    Arrive  at Nanaimo, Tntsday, at ll.HO u. ui. A'.  ' Lwveu N'tnaimo,  Tue.ila-,,  at  1  p, in.  Arriv. at Vancovivcr, Tuesday, at 5 p m.  O-illiug m W������v Porta wheu fiught Hid  pauitonijers offar.  TIME TABLE  EFFK0T1VK  Octobn- ' Iri, 1907)'  nud  General Hardware  fmmr^miv&emiammSm^m  When, in Cumberland  8TAY AV THE   VEiSHOME.  Iff   An, ('DNVKS'irKuirA win Ovwith'  I'lIK Jl.lll IH S,; 1*1*1,1 i:n wiih  Best Liquors and Ci|jara  J. It, UANNKUMAN.  ���������,,mi,,,mmm^*mmmmmjm*mmm**mi*T*rmmmmm*im*,  P, PHILLIPS HARBISON  t Jnri'l������t������r arid Solloltri*  nnd  Notnry Publia  Conveynnclnsf  OumbBPlancl    B. 0.  NORTH BOUND-R������'iid    Dv-en  ,           Paasen-jer Tii,ius  Daily  Sunday  St.ti0U8.  ���������No, 1  WmJ.  Sat.  No. 'i  V^oto^'^,  Oc ti.no  D������,. 10,00  HuHteli,  11,04-  10M  SbawnlR-in,  10.17  10.15  it  10.22  16.18  Cobble Hill,  10,40  1U.J.0  OuH'khau,  10/18  16*11  Kokuilal,,  10.f.3  16.47  Uunoan'e,  11.U0,  10A8  Souioiiob,  1 1 .1*7  17 10  Wcitliolrao,  11.18  17.V2  Olicmaliiiit,  11 ������l!  17 'id  Lailyi-inlth,  11,57  17.45  South VVclliNgtou,  118.18  18.10  Nmiftimn,  ]t'���������'tlj  IS.HO  Welliii���������t,,n,  Ar 12.53  Ar 18*15  SOUTH liOUND-Uoiul Up.  Nn. 2  No, 4  Viotoria,  Ar, la.oti  18,55  RiubcIh,  12,112  18,M  .SliHWiiiiun,  10 .",1  17.3.1  ii  '.0,48  17 ,:<Q  OubUa Hill,  HUO  I7i:2  (Jinvluluin,  10,111  17.08  Koliululi,  10. OH  17,t<3  Uu���������va������'������,  10. VI  IU.I'd  Hmiinum,  0,47  It) 43  Wnnt Iiui inn,  ������..'I7  III Vi  Cliniiiiiiiiin,  U t-fi  1(132  Luilykiiiiib,  Ma, 0,00  Br. 15 .'8  ii  Ar, H.C0  Ar. 15 48  South ^'cllnigton,  S.V8  ir������.v7  Nanaimo,  8,in  15 15  VVWlhigtcn,  I).i, 8.00  Bo, 15 00  ThouHiiml Mile ,������iul Connmiution Tickets on sale, nooil ov������-i in,I ami sten.er  lines, at tuo und one-hall cents per mile.  Sperial train,- .*in,l vieiimpr* for Kxrur.  lions, mul reduced t Hen for parties may  be aiTnii'.cl foi on application to the  Dim, J'ass. Ajiunt .it Victoria,  The Conipimv rcservt-i the r'uht n>  chiingc without previom ni������iic<?,ste������mer������  willing dale* ana hours oi s.iilinn;,  Kxcurmon Tickets on Sale from and to  nil .*>i,un,���������*,, %nou i���������i filing Jiiuttity ,"i,ii-  unlij'inil   f',v,Mt:,y,  v,-H',v,,',,^ n.*l tait-r  him Mondny.  J, W. TROUP, fl������. Sup, n.C. 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Extra olvico lot nf fruit trees  now  eomtng on for the  full triidn, consisting  c.l r.OolW P ...,.l;   T���������������.:r  to,,.,, ,,,,,' (i,,,���������..,.,  70,000 Apple, la lending vuritlc; llM),W0  imBll fruit phut*; strictly home grown  iitd onr own |iro|>ugotion from bosrlug  ���������tookt M.COO Bulbs for full planting  Choice gross seeds nlwuys In otook. Buy  direct snd gel stock tlmt gru������e.  Foriih&ors, He* Hnpjihii, Horny pump*  Bnwying MntortatM, Cut Flowers, eUt.  t    Olde������t established intr.-erlct* ou mainland  f- of 11. C. Catalog tree,  M.J. HENRYS Nurseries  OrctaLouttt, SmcI Hcai������s-ud   Pott  O.Iictt /.tsito a,  m io wi rryiNBTKit msAV,  VANCOUVM, 8   O  PalntlnK, P*ip������f* Hnns'inir, Knlttomln  lrtfft Slitr. Pointing, Bujftfy Pointing;.  PriesLwoero than KUawhore Geo! Workmanship  Tnint Shop Next Aarlou'turul Hall,  CHAS HERAPER,   ���������  tyWt)WM*KGtr99VlQ99  ���������W*������H*������H"HH*^H*M������H*"W"MH"������-*  : j Cumberland Livery |  ::and Feed Stable...  A HOLE iTTHE ROCK  The Story of an Attempted Escape From Gibraltar.  BURROWING OUT OF PRISON.  A.  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor'  FIRST t CLASS  RIGS : OV : ALL  KINDS   ii wood  ii and Coal  j;  "il Hauled  ���������   Courtenay, B. C.  9*.MQGM9i*Q9%4}+$}m99  Weoi'c EliOBplttdln������,  Tha Ond  F.ngtia\   Jltaiotv.  'lVw)������'HiuUnvl'*ont'-.ilNo-H'Ji<,{'>  Hill V.ll,.,   KV������|.llll,    JII'lU*     t|,M������  111.) *<1 tu olit Vni iu. Vwrn Kw  Of,* IMillUy, Mtntttt and Jlrq-n )t'urr<i, I),���������<  panilrii<-\l, fiitual tl foktirm. l-hniwiinita, A-'jjm  miUu>r/i,w,iindRtfo'tiiif Alni.irur Kwim*.  I'll.'*., tl p������.r Imx, hUi..i*(.1. l,,.io Willi*!' iiw.'.a  will i������,rn. Haiti by nil unnM-lnti, or iimllu-l In  pl'Uii r'*if- uu n,' dipt ,iCji,*l'*i'.   A>i,> pnin, liUt  SAVED BY HIS TEETH.  ��������� ��������� Dunirmtir Avenue  jjCUMIJERUND,  II. 0.  Cook's Cotton Root Corapounl  Tho Btt*t Vl������Hno Ton!*, mul  Wilf ixifQ olVtwtMt Moiithl/  _jUctfiil,iWi:on wliloTi -woinuo mn  Wommi, Hold in tlir-io ilwruoi  ( o* Mr*-������.-������l������-V������, I, #t i m g,  -***-*_,V" >  ������'"J>. *t  Brti.cU Nuiicry 3o,.ih Vatcouver.     >i"Hl"H,it''H*,H������H4*H"i'-H',l"H'  Gpo. Loijfhtoit of Conrtcnny ]ih������  on liaiwl h lino lino of baggie**,  v.vrou ,nu*? farming machinery.  Mr, I^igliton is agont for M������~  Unglilin <������������r J{iij/gi<*-i. Tliom  <J������-iiruiif of gotting Hiiytliing in  llim II, ��������������� -.-hi'iii'l ������������i, lili, etottli l������ -  f*>ie i',,\,,,(_ tlw-wii^n', t,i-(,rg������*  I Lflfpliton C%������inrtwwv H. ('.  Tho Wonderful Secret Work That Convict Realff Performed In ths Teeth of  '   Constant and Systematic 8upervieion  .   by His Jailers.  Auibroso Koalff was undergoing a  llfo seutenco on tho toworlng rock of  Gibraltar for scuttling hia ship for tba  ealto of tho Insurance money. Tho  governor told the story of Healfit's attempt to own pe:  "Thut fellow led n roving llfo-H  daredevil that obeyed every luipuls<',  good or bad. And yet for threo whole  yejirs I foiiml hitn n model prisoner.  At Drst bo waa employed as carpenter, and a little later we put him on  the harbor works. But suddenly to  this wild nature camo an unquenchable thirst for freedom. At that time  RoallT was In charge of all tbo laborers' pick bundles and'wheelbarrows In  the Rosia quarry, whore he wns Installed in a little lean-to abed against  a hollow ia tbe mighty cliff. Every  repor.t put before nie extolled tho  man's good behavior.  "Well, every afternoon at 4 tbo working party of convicts would form up  aud roturu to the prison���������which, as  you know, contains Rome of tbe toughest characters of both* east aud west���������  and an otiieer would go to Realffi's  shed to uulock him and bring him  ���������along wlta the rest  "Bnt this afternoon tho door was  opened in vain. Ren Iff was not there.  And yet twenty minutes provlously ho  had been seeu through tlw Uttlo window when visited by tbe chief warder.  He had even answered to bla narao as  be stood planing at his bench In a dark  recess, lie was gone, how _ or where  not a soul know. Unquestionably the  shed was locked on the outside, ond  the lock had not been tampered with.  And thero nppeared no other exit except the door, nothing but solid rock.  -Tbe-llttle-shanty_was_ransacked,,emps,  tied, but without result  "Coold tho man, 1 wondered, havo  discovered some secret recess? Yoa  know tbe whole rock is fairly honeycombed with holes, both natural and  artificial, like Gniycre cheese. Alarmed  at tbo results such ao escape woold  hnvo ou the morale of my dangerous  gangs,1 had torches brought and pep-  BOimily examined every nook aud cranny of the cliff against which tho shod  was built Tben my best officers went  over it all with hummer and crowbar.  But no, nothing In* solid rock. Now  for tlie floor. It was love! and fairly  smooth, just covered In phwea with a  Uttlo looso Klilngk*.  "���������Uflug ,���������o a-bucket of water** 1  cried with sudden Inspiration, When It  enroe, I threw It carofulty out, and wo  ���������II watclwd. 'More mid looWl' Wo  fairly Intindnlwl tlio floor nud shouted  with o������-lt*t>meut ns we saw It ebb eh  DioHt an swiftly as wo poured,  "More nbHorptlon was lmpoa*dt)lQ.  The iwli wns not powun, Thero must  bo n invo or tiinnol below, The roan  bunt wus growing hotter now, U-elent-  lessly wo traced the cluing etiiMims to  a dark nnd dWuut comer, where . had  to get down on nil fours to crawl under n miixHlvo lock shelf. Hero th������  IflHt trickle ,llmtp|'oiirt*a*.  "Mlie n (lush our crowbars wore nt  work, and, lo, u big Wock won pried  up, ivroallng ������ dark gulf below, I np-  pronehod It cimtloiiHly. 'Now, nealtt,*  J cried sternly, 'It's all upl Wo'vo (jot  you 1"  "Thoro wns no reply. My chief  warder poked n pole down and found  r depth of olght fout Ha nnd two  Blunt Rulionllnatim got out thoir r*>  voivont, ������o|-������������-d liwitoiiis nud nwiiu(i  tlh'iiiwlvps In-ns tlclillsh ii Job as  routing out ll wounded tiger from his  lulr, Wo nbovo waited long nml  l*r,'iithli'HHly. Huddi'iily a faint ������h",il  'traveled up to us, fo'lnwexl by nmmds  of ii (|(>H|-H>rnts BtniPKl,* tn the cnvorti.  ll.v mul by buck thoy eiinic, ult'.i Rfiilfr  Hwiirely liiiniU'iifl'ud, f/iwcrltin n,pon,  we liiiulud hlm up, hnttorud, hut miill-  lint  "lie flu-ex! htn dl-uppolntmcnt with  r������re pluck, llnnliod ,i mull,' on **>������ nud  Hiilil, 'Itollvr luck tieU timo, i-tilonel.'  "Thnt wns tbo end of four long and  put lent jenis of eiidiHivm*. I think lie !  dlnovitred the pit flliurlly after bo |  wiih ih'Ht put In tin- shod, Ami ho hnd  not only t'lihrne-d 11 with n rcrnp of  Iron nnd the pHtt-Mi-it* of iin<,tli������*r 15-iiou  Ireitt'li. but lu> hnd abo extend*,*! It  tnii'iiilly. im dixit,! hoping f���������������* u 111 hi ii to  i'wiiil���������> to lite mon by the niliterrniieiin  piiKNUfsn.  "lb,I* even UiIh In nny event v.'iia onl)'  tin- llwt Kfii'.f',   Ijniiltfs pruvlHlon went  4,,,,:  ,.    *���������,....,*,       ...     ......   ^. ......,,     ������   -.  .  !.!��������� vi if ��������� b,-*n, mtt * i* ivni,1,'������i"ivt  wer,,,)*' of wiiivn,,. n'd nielc, nml 0,1'N  mvl enrti������ of ttnibor. ft wm, n uinrvoi  ot t'ountrui'tlvo wl;lll, J**t mihO i-'"3  but n d������-M|ie,i,li' innii -..oultl think <d  WHiunl'lllig   hliri-'.df   to   tho  Me.'llter-  1*1,,.*(>������    ������������������..      .-ti,..!,.,.     .'.I    '������������������*,   .    ���������*���������    *,*l.������  ���������>l.rf-n niTro tiny twrnrte Imroly rupn-  ble of k(*c*j,l*,< it nan sitlmit Of co*ir*e  he I'olt Ktire thai o,nO linin,*l���������il bo  would toon be pkkod up by koiiiu  pacing rroft In tbe crowded utmtt ot  tllbrtiltMr, and he hnd ������ story ready  f,-,.. till ri.(,,i-i r!i iridf ������i (iriirlil,**,,*!  for himself. Of Ibwe ln������t lie had  ahun/t'inof-rhh-dt M-ult nnd unit  jKiHt-lild by l-lt by bit from bis re,  tlonn nml esrrl^d mit dully frwn tba  prtf-ee In enrh f-MBl! fj,j���������������tlM-*������ ������������ to  mbido tbe w-nreh mstd* nt every pnrade.  "tint Hint t'i.' mnn wan nhle to labot  Id Wa iv.r*f ,ii;.f tmlld nml f,������.TW<������������  f,f. hmt In tri,> *r������*t*t of t������\ri*ifint ������*wf  ������,,,.-.���������iMt|<- *Mj.'-i\l������t������Mi k������-*-j*������������ tu m< lit  ��������� ������.-t of mi;n<lo*-!������."-N>w  Tork  Quick Wit of a Missionary Anions a  Tribe of Cannibals.  Missionaries have much to contend  with In dealing with the tribes on  some' ot tbe Islands of the eoutbern  I'aclfic, and I am reminded of an Incident bappoalug on n rem oto lsjnnd  of the FIJI group whoso tribes were  still influenced by the savagery of  Cannibalism. A German missionary  bod made excellent progress toward  the <*olltg!-tenmGnt of a tribe of savages Jn tbo Interior when bo was taken Ul nnd forced to abandon his work  and seek recuperation In a village  along the coast  During his alienee a native medicine  man succeeded in undoing all that the  good German father had 'iiecoinplls*_od.  The latter was warned that under the  clrcumstnnccs tt would be unsnfe for  Wm to return to the. scene of bis labors upon his recovery, but be decided that hts duty called him there, and  upon regaining hia strength he Journeyed inland to the village whose inhabitants had.gone over to the teachings of the medicine man.  His reception wns decidedly a warm  one, and bo wns informed that unless  he made a practical demonstration'of  tbo superiority of Ills teachings over  theae of the medlciue man he'would  be converted In short order into food  for the Iiuuwy tribesmen. Ho at once  realised tbnt bin life hung upon a  slender thread nml endeavored to show  to the sava-ros by ,trgnm������/it that their  conclusions as to his edible qualities  wore entirely erroneous and tbnt tbey  should turn tbelr thoughts to other  kinds of fo;>d as well as to higher subjects.  Ills efforts wero iu vain, however,  nud just as he wns about to be struck  down by tho uplifted clubs of the chief  men lu the tribe ho happily bothought  himself of tho foci that his upper teeth  wero false. Opening, bis mouth, he  hastily extracted Ids set. flourished It  In the faces of bis nstonuded opponents, and particularly tho features of  the medk-lnc man. and, replacing the  teeth as suddenly ns ho had extracted  thorn, robukod his charges In a manner which can better be Imagined than  described. The tribe, believing tbat  bo had performed n miracle in taking  -out-nnd replactng-hls-own-teethi-drovo  tho medicine "man from the village and  restored tlw missionary to bis former  placo ns upllfter of their material and  spiritual destinies.  HE RODE FREE.  Tho Reason Camp Meeting Mia Allen  Got a Maine Central Paso.  CJimp MoctlDH John Allan was ono  cf tho most plcturesquo characters of  bis timo In Mnlne. Apropos of railroad  IKisnes a very lntoiestlng Ptory la told.  It occurred whon Governor Morrill  wns. president of tba Maine Central.  Allen's applications wero refused a  cumber of tlnw'-fl. bocfttfo* if there wns  one tiling above all others which Morrill dlsltltod tt wns to issue passeo. Tba  ���������joveroor came down to bis oflice ta a  somewhat brusquo fratno of mind tbat  day. Tbose -fjuntttitr wtth tba storm  ���������signals gutotly hncluxl otf -sod waited  for nu oxplofllon. It catna, Ono pt tho  first lottoit) opened tens from Comp  Mooting John Allen frqwwttng o pass  tor "isolf nnd wlfa." Tho secretory  rpproochod hl������ elilof with aonw hopltn-  tldb.  "Ocro la Another lotte** from Mu, Allan osltlng* fur n iwfw,** lm paid nud laid  tba iuIa.Ivo fflugorly on tho tfovernor'a  .desk. ���������  Tho govornor rood It through nnd  btoeod nwny for o few inlnute*; tben,  tossing tbo letter to tbo astonished  cecrotnry, he oatd, "Mntto It out"  Tbo yonng mno rottred ami bogno to  fiU tn tbo various bl-ink lines, butwhnn  lis enmo on "what ticconnt" tlio pass  vrns IsHiiod be wmi innwlod and von-  turod to neck Infoninitlon,  "On what Otftoant, urmtrnorl" bo  Kslcod.  Tbe chief looked irattly over his  (���������poctfwles.  ������������������Arcnint*, account T Account of -~-  porfllHtonco. Do sure to put It In, tno,"  nnd lie -jrowlcd ns tho young mnn  passed wit, "Tlioso Mcll���������,dl,t pnironn  liiny hnvo to get us all punseH on the  road to licaveo, nnd I wnnt Mnlne  Central to huvo good connections with  Camp Mcotliitf Jobu Allen's route."  HALLUCINATIONS.     %  Seme Singular Instances of This Form  ,       c.f Mental Disease.  tn "The Itiddle of Personality" the  onthor, II. Addlngton llruce, analysing  the hypnotic treatment of halludna-  tlons or lrratlo&nl fears tbat often end,  In madness or suicide, says-  l^ew people are nware of the extent1  and variety of this form of mental dis*'  easo. Thero Is, ln troth, no predicting  the strange obsssslous that may ia-  vndo Uio human mind, haunting tt with  yamplre-llke Insistence. One man, terrified by he knows not what may And  himself unable to cross an open space;  another bo afraid to venture outdoora  ulono; another to sit In a room wltb  closed doors; another may feel that  every ono ho meets la eying and criticising him; another asserts that ho Is  made of gloss and must exerciso tho  greatest earo to prevent himself being  smashed to fragments. Such fears  would Ijq ludicrous were they not so,  tragic.  rartj'cijl'i'rly pathetic Is a casa that  enme to Professor Janet's notice some  year? ngo. Mmo. P., a dyspeptic, bad  been put on a diet of toast and water  and, rebelling, was wont to Indulge ln  secret In coffee and rolls. Tbeso sho  found did her little barm, and gradually the habltgre-flf upon; her nntll Jnally  6bo passed her entire time wandering  from ouo Parisian restaurant to another, drinking froth twenty to thirty '  cups of coffee a dny and consuming  Incredible quantities of rolls. At night  If she chnnced to wake and could And  no cofi'oo nnd rolls ln tbo house sho  would pate ber room In feverish anxiety until the restaurants opened lu the  morning.  Somewhat similar is another cose reporter! by tlio snme authority:  "IIoiv- is a young woman, Quo, tweu-  ty-etx years of age. In coming to eoo  bs'isho bring3 with ber a large bng,  and her pockets nro filled to overflowing. Wbnt Is slio bringing with her  Jn coming to us for a consultation?" It  Is "Imply provisions for the journey.  She bus tn her bug and in her pockets  'several'pieces of bread, a few slices of  hnni, some chocolate tablets and soma  sugar. Ono would sny thnt she was  going to cross* a desert when It is  simply ft question of crossing a few  streets. Tbe provisions are indlspensa-  blo to hor, for, especially in the open  air and~ln squares, it Is absolutely  necessary thnt she should take something to strengthen her. At the eud  of several steps sbo feels dazed, becomes dizzy, chokes and Is covered  with cold'sweats.' Tbo danger would  be groat if she did not know the remedy. All sbo needs Is to strengthen  hcrsolf.^rShe ents a piece of ham, puts  n piece of sugar In her mouth nod Is  thus able to bike u few more steps.  But vory Boon It nil begins ngnln, and  It Is only wltb the aid of rolls and  chocolate-.? tbat die Is rible to cross a  Bqunro, Ono run thoreforo understand ber mlsoroblo plight *'ben lier  provisions run short. Alio is obliged  nt nil co-Hs, with unheard of effortR,  to cwws tl-j drfsort to rtfieb nn bnnls���������  tbnt Is, n bakery. During this terrlblo-  journey sbo gats nlong as best sho-  can. Bbo mny pick up a raw potnto,  capture nn onion or fl few greet,  lenvoa.  This hardly sustain* bor, bnt  Stves ber enough strength to reach ���������  iiJ-ory. lb ffsnornl sho profew to ro������  Wiiln nt homo, Thnt la loos dungep*,  Cm fltid ro sbo does nothing olw> but:  pwpnro and ent food nl! ibiy long."  Por sucb inifort'unnteH tboro l������ Uttlo  bono iniloss tlioy' plnco tberasolvoa under the euro of'tbo skilled psyebopa-  tbolQglKf, the nnviint nmintoraed to ox-  plors (!io rngurle!! of tho mind ond  ftbh������ to touch tbo hidden springs of  thousht nnd feeling find notion. Then*  nnd only then v, 111 tlio ovll spirits of  obsession b������ ojorclsod and tbo stride-  go mind find itself once moro In harmony with Its environment.  '"'"    BOWLING BALLS.  Tho Only Dlg������itlbl������ Kind,  A young man who l*������ 'driving for jio-  lltttiil liennrrt and wlm thernfont teA*  ciIIihI upon to do cnii/llnralile piiblle  talking was rocuully wiiliml upon by a  dol**-pHon of men wilding lo ono of  tlm fKioror wgloiin of I,In dlmrkt.  Uo was Rifntly jili'iued when their  Fp^kemtinn rcqncnled a H|K������������ch from  blm nt nn curly,d<ito,  "Wluit lilnd of n ,i|M',������cJiV" bo (inked.  "An uftcr dtuiior ni*,u-iU." ivplM ������  onut tn n 'Shnhliv cost-VowfIt's fVim-  piinlon.  A Nl<w Prhal.  "You're a ul, ���������* friend to bavot Why  didn't yi������u land llonuuuh,, tlio sovereign  he wanted7"  "Why ^hrnild 1 *������**  "To save tne. You uiust bsve reail������<*d  tbat ho knew If be didn't get It from  yon bo would from am. You've practically robbed too of tbat nmount"-  I/mdon Telegraph.  Criminal.  Tho reUplnnx i>nt���������r -mas ������tnn������tln_  i with tbe qsory, "Is It fl ele to piny  , p-jUrt"    AftiT umtti pruyurful cun  (WcfMiloo be wrote the folio**log reply;  ! "Yeej tbe w������jr some people play It"  \ Work Ahead.  j    Fanner   Ik'iitmer I've  just  -'lUai tU WUV.vi I���������',���������������. lw* uanUd Ut  i blr#d msn.   Fnrnw Hnrnt*������l������-Theii,  I9 Jolly, tw-'-l tuivw t'* vllmt. down front  , tbe triKir oed gu to wwim  ' 1  Ths Pcocoso cf Making Tlum Nsoesil-  taK*) Slow/ Work.  A tinv.-llni*' hull  tfiolfM rtm  If It wero  eiiMy to umkti, yot Its mniiufuctiire. In-  iVoIvcm u 'on-*.* proct'BM enverlng 0 poi'lol  of throe ('���������ip.  The m-tiial IJuie )���������it upon  It Ih only a rmttor of throe hours, bnt  ��������� Hm work I'i rl���������w ntul  require!* loiiu  wolt.11 between cocb ate;, toward cornplo.  lion. A log free from knotn nud erncki  Im first cut li'fn plm-0.1 n tililo Inoe-'f  thnn Use dluineier of the bull iiftor It is  uiil*-lif'l.    Tlil-i  nllnwa  fur   two  Uttlo  piojpi'tlnn:' on I'ltiuM' el*!,* mllHil "IiIIk,"  where |!i<'*l:i * p** nf the Ist'lie bold Hi������  blucli nl wn) Hlill.t levi.hing j,������ light-  UlliS H[','"il uii'.'i-r the keen edged toot  ciitil"** in*-' ti;*' lined lll.i-r llko n i*lii,i't>  kllilu ���������l|,.ii.,f ��������� 11 ������������������ ill chi.fcf'.e.  Till-, i-i',!li'i!*t,it*y In nib, u nnd trim-  nil,,*,' (**i',ij,.i* only n few minute*,  wlter, the b-ot-li Is ������h,ive,| and pa roil  il,,'.-11 tn tin* ri'ipilietj i:|.������a*. Tho bits  tben are * ur c-(T uud Ilia whole -lil'i*  s������unl|.n;.,'ii 1 A unit of wlielliie Is ������1������-  plleil. nml I be bjill Is |,ttt ouo sMe t-V  <||V      tl    ,i.i-i   *,.' i,"   ,il,.i,i.i't   i'������.i.ii*���������|<l'  U;    "A       ' ������������������,*':'.:���������     ������-M  Vm  wcrVnii '' ,"M!n r-nvfit'ly iippMei the  Klielluc liM***!, \Vheii the Hheltnc drb'*l  tlio wi'iiiiii lne, the mil-face Im rnlii ���������)���������!  with oil   'li,,- w������i'U diH*-in'l stop thtn,  f(T It,."1   ������������������ * 1,1 lit   the  <������K   1���������,H (J, Iih)   tlii)  tnut ,:      1 .if  ..giiii,* *���������>>,, i|*.,i**-t-  Ing Tben Nm t!,o ln������t time It g,M  Binm ������.ii, line. When tborooirbly dry,  the spli'ie In reitdy for (tie two holi-i  to be cut f*������r Um bowler's thumb find  Inrtrx f nger The in*t itntw of the Inho.  jrioii- pn:i.,'* I.i tho* pollsblng. wbtelt  'gl*"������*   till    ! '.'.'���������    !'.':   Mi*',"  iflU,-.!   'I   l'.'l������  iWbco It repo'es on the rack welting to  \>a eoo* tt-.' '���������! 'i' 'U'lert Hi,* ,i!'..y  ieftictln.i-' i'e'..��������� U n eoiidideraMe  wanto tn cut,Ing ������p tho t'tgn b������r<n������o of  rrarla .���������,���������.! !.������,*,irt* In Um wand. Oo  till Su-*<.������iit nn ,-,'lln ,r> nUod tug mny  flottl Ofdy ", e f.1..,>k lotuiil e-oni:gb to*  put mi the tniAun ;,i!... wbhe ������ Misat  *o mr' > ���������'���������   ������������������' -i   *n-> !lf" of the  avi-rtiin- Mi-.vlii.ft bill l������ aUuiil tvee  remx Ti," !>������������������*������ i* ii'ii rott is or pi,  ������blle IIh <li���������u;M������t acuta d������wo nHHibe  ���������oltor mat*.  mm- *-     y������~r TIIE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA}.  %        .. wmdim gifts . ���������  $  At Stoddart, the  Jeweler  $ Vou have a L,ar_������������ Stock to Select Prom,  ������ Cut Glass, Sterling Silver f  1   ..arc the right goods for wedding gifts..  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  valuable in many other ways,  A litile added to Hashe*  and Stews greatly improve*  their food value. Trvitwhen  watming Canned Meats.  Mrs.   Mark   Morgan,    left  hy  Thursday's l*oat for 'Nanaimo!  Tlio Ladies of the Maccabeus  held a social in tiie City Hull on  Saturday, July 4th. which was  wall patronized. Tlio Lees wore  busy round the hive all tho afternoon serving strawberries and i e  cream to thoir many patrons. It  las been remarked by a good"  ninny, that never did they see the  hall so prettily decorated. This  is the first function of its kind  held by tho Ladies of IlieMaccabees  since they organized, and we  hope to see them hold many more.  mmmmrmmmTm  Kidgways, a tea with a reputation���������known for over seventy  years���������Sold by good grocers every,  where.  Mr.. R. B. Allen, left by Thursday's boat for Vancouver.  at  Wm E, Collis, left 'by Thursday's boat for Victoria.   *���������r��������� ������������������  Mr. Wenborne, of Nanajuio, is  visiiing his daughter Mrs. J.  Abrams.  ���������^MTirr^'ajbr-of-VaneoHverT-is-  visiting hor mother Mrs, Lewis,  of Courtenay.  Miss Wilkinson, returned to  Ladyainith, by Saturday's boat.   -���������������������������  Mi*. McKooii, returned by Queen  City yesterday.  Mayor WillarJ returned last  V������\,dnoft(lay after a week's visit to  Vancouver, Victoria, and Sound  Cities,  HI-  The regular meeting of the City  Council on Monday night was not  held, on account of not having a  q norm n.  There is a possibilily of afoot-  ball team goinif from Cumberland  on the Twelfth of July Excursion  to play at Vancouver.  11 tu rah !!! for the Excursion to  Vancouver given by Mount Ilor-  eb Lodge, 1076, on . next Sunday,,  July 12th���������at 10 o'clock'.  The City Burnt'discoursed some  pretty selections on Monday evening-  TENDERS will be received  up to the ist of July.o8 for the  following work on the Cumber-  and Public School, painting and  kalsomiiiing two rooms, cleaning  and repairing gutters and water  drainage in roof; repairing school  fence, aud repairing platform in  front of school, Seperate Tenders on this work preferred. For  particulars apply to J. Stewart,  School Trustee T. H.Carey, Sc'y.  "*"ii   '   ,p  "T*W-wi������"a-_a_a--"������������������iiWiai������iei>ii������t^ai'-i iii������������PiM������aw������iii  Take  notice,  that Henry    A.  Dillon ofCumborlaiul, B. C. has  no authority  to collect accounts,  or transact any business for or on  my behalf, or in my name.  P. PlUU.im IJ.ARKI80N.  Barrister-at-law Cumberland B.C.  NOl'ICE is hereby given tjiat 30 days  nfter dnte, I intend to npply to tbe lion.  Chief Ooiumi-sioner of Lands' amVWorks  for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum uuder the foreshore aud under  the hinds covered by water opposite the  foreshore of Denman Island, Comox Dig'  trict, B. C, end described ns follows:���������  Commencing nfc u po6t planted on the  Routh-west const of Denman Island, adjoining R. Kawaraura's farm; thonce  south 80 chain*..; thence easl 80 chains-;  thence north 70 chaiis, moro or less, to  nigh-watermark; thenco following tho  sinuosities of the foreshore to point of  commencement; containing 6-iQ acres,  more or less.  Dated Denman Island, U.C.Juno 23, '08  li. KAWlMUTU,  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE is hereby given that UO days  after date I intend to apply to tbo thief  Commissioner of Lands aud works for a  licence to protest for con! and pelrole-  uni undor tho foresite the foreshore of  Denman Island-, Comox District. 15. C.  aud described as follows:���������Corumenoing  ut a p *st planted on the south-west coast  of Deuman Island, adj ining S. NiiUano's  farm; theuce south 80 chnins; thenco  oaat 83 chains*; theuce north 45 ohaius,  more or less, to Ligh-wutor murk; thenco  following the sinuosities of the .foreshoro  to point of commencement; containing  G-JO acres, more or less.  Dated, Deuman Island, B.C., June 23, '08  S.NAKANO  Iv.Koto, Aeent  THE ROYAL BANK' OF CANADA;      t  Capital, $3,900,000  Kjjsekve, 1*1,300,000  Assets,   $46,400,000  Deposits, 833,700,000  ���������^^^Money Orders  Rates.  $5 nnd under';*;      -  Over  $5 aud not exceeding $10  Over $10 nnd not exceeding 830  Ovor 830 and uot exceeding $50  3 Cents  6 Cents  ���������10 Cents  15 Cents  Theue Money Orders ore payable without cost in any   Chartered  Bank m Cauada.  Interest Added Four Times a Year tn Savings Bank.      ^  ��������� ���������' A B. NETHERBY,   m*������^  r-mmamammmmmi ummmam, m myarn'mmm  |Funeral Direo-g  arid   Em "  8'tor  I!  balmer  9  ������ ���������eesdeceoeec'sesose  Kotusc Sial^iu^ aiiii Kg-  He-wintj' :: Fcunclatloim  Carefully Atteaided to.  ������  Thero was no baseball match at  tlm wharf on Sunday.  'Dou't forget the Concert lo be  #ivt>n by JJencvoloiico Lodge, No.  j-t-'K, of P; on J uly 20th, for tho  lituitlit of tbo tuberculosa!* hospital, !Camlo������.'j..s, Come, everybody  ar.d help a worthy cause.  "Wo am plonsoil to learn that Mr.  Fran!," Bradley, wh<> luul the mi^-  f.ti'Uiii*' to have hirf li-<' -broken at  Mo, 7 mint!, hi on the road to re*-  covcry. Ho in now able to got a-  I1*,uni on crutolmri and uxpoota to  hv li*,"K* shortly.  ���������  B'W   $mmmmmwmmr  Mr, W. IlTlitml, of the Hoyal  Haul., left last week on attliort ut.  uitio.i trip to Vancouver, and is  I'jqiu'U"! back to-nl^lit,  mwm '������m i'1'l-Hfl'J  ���������!������������������������������������->. mmm  Mr, Jno. Fi'ii-er, of Nuniiinio,  iw iu uiwu und rouonjiig old ut*.  ������pi*u;ib!iii*i'������  KOUSAMC-  iitt-.-'d mil)!  hurt, Cum  A you up; inlleli cow  p������-.���������i iniliter apply to John Uriju*  rti'iiitv, ll. C,  p,,ril.iiid July!-'.- iWtorotioni-  |i'i;,',*u Frank Dur^i tw Htoumcli  tMiilii*' nt .N'ortii Kttiid, Ore, Jast  ni^lit f.iiiuil in hh; i-'biiunolt  175  ���������il*..'.<* nf i>I������i*>m, iJl i***iU, 1K cninn,  d \ -\ ��������� ���������' \\*\i h'v.l- tin* mid of ii  li.;'. i* *.!. th.��������������������������������� jack ktiivw, twn  )a,'.,--��������� !- .,'L'l rif!c theW* hij<| .-.unic  Mm.!! -..i.-lls    U������j ni'iy W'ovnr,  Messrs Hay man ifc.lLaxwell havo  been awarded the contract of de  livcring.* tho    mail     from    tlio  donot to the Fo-it Oflhw,  -������������������    -    O "-  ,   ���������  . Tho 8, S. "Princess Ena" came  up Inst Wednesday in placo of the  "City of Nnnaiino,"  Seattle July 2;���������Prank Gotcli of  Mtnnboldt, la., maintninod hi*  right to tho world's elinnijiiouisliip  Inst night when ho outclassed Dr.  ll If*..liar, of Sontrlo, winning two  con tecu I ivy falls iu 15 minutes and  2/i foeoiids,  B4 seconds,  The  and  or,  > nimutoa hii-1  ring  mon cntored tho  Weighing close to 300 pounds each  (���������bitch worked bin toe hold six  times in fluccoi-sion in the -first  bout. Roller broke away cmcIi  timo, but it wow on him and lb  nally Gotch/lowjxul him with n  crotch and half Nelson.  Jtollur did bettor, work in tho  second bout, but (foleh went from  hold to hold with siai'liug rapid-  ity. Roller's best work in thin  bout wiw to break a half Xcl.ion  and crotch nftni* lio wa-i wi't'iuingiy  lout. Ho was finiilly put to hi>  fihoilldui'K by MiuNitiuo luild.  I,ait SiUurdity w:w the 1th of  July and int-t thn l.'J2nd iiniiivi.i'.  nary of tho DecJaraliouof Iud(*|������(||.  deuce innl the event was eolebraiDtl  throughout tho longthaud lircadtli  of tlio United State*.  .....���������o-.  Ti,*' K. <������f P, I.o*.lg������', (,U*������ the  J'yiiu'ni Hint*'!*- iitU'H*l������"l Divine  t'ltnite at Holy Trinity C-iuirch  ������.i Ji't'i'l.'ty *������vw������ing  Mi-i,   ������;ifl'c dct-itn.it to thank  *������������������:** 'h: I:Utd f\i ivh in   Cumber  him,I win, ttttt io many beautiful  jiur4l tribute*.  |>   i������nf tArr^t* till* O.angfiinvii'i  {>"if'%* *t; mm .S'lfi.J-i;,   ,/ti!y   U\l,  it L'r.tii.l time it pruiuii.vi.  J'flU    I'l'iUWlHH     VlCtKt'lH   --Willi  arroiiiid tho point of tlm Nam>\i>  of Vniu'oitvo,! harbor the other *lny  ju.-t m,**eu niinntoH  tihi'ml  of hi*r  line nt������,*i'(| nui'lo iu N'ptemhur lo������*  tlio (liitnti,(%t botwcuii   Vic.fi.riii antl  Vancoiivttr, The vcwiol left Victoria  at 12.10 noon ami arrive,I in Van  Oliver nt.4,11, making the ,li*  lunce in just threw bourn and  2b  ininiiftM     TIiIh,   rrm-tiilt rintr   tbt*  tides and tho necoMity of--loiviug  iij������ at thf! itutrancQ to tin* Imrbor,  wa* iwiarUbhi- timo nnd thoolH-  ocra of tbe Victoria  now  h,������v*,* no  ���������I'liib'. 'In** .'ifh o'*���������r;tbi'*g h;-,i  ������l������!f thev will run  l������'twi-������*n   V;m  t'uiivt-r and Victut'iiiin tlirc������, Imu,..,  Dave Utttv'ii   n������tnrn������*>l   liom-jTIiw f.������i lb*, dbiUnieo, wotibl Ikj a  Jail meek, .������ft#r an *iijoy������.'.b }������,i|j 'u-orM'* rttrurd ������n<l h pm tW for  ***** itheC. [\ H, ftetwrr.���������Ih'ndd,  Oiiiiiborland, V>. C. ������  tmew������������9������������Gmme<&G������������������  ��������� ���������*___* i������p>iTi_-n_w*J**i'i*'*f������-****ii>_^^i*^^  The Rate War will Continue.  A curious change has taken  placo in the rato war between the  O. P. R. and the Inland Navi  gation Oompa/iy. At first everything seemed to favor tho Canadian Company, and the AinuricuiiH  Hindu poaco overtures, No satisfactory pottloment was arranged,  however, and the light continued,  The Inland Navigation Company's  boat** are at present getting tlio  cream of tlm tnifllc, mid it is reported that the C P. U. tried to  make arrangniui'iiln to end the  ."tnigglw. Mr. V.. J. Coylo, As-  idttant ('juiicrnl Ptisaengor Agent  .if Hm O. P. R., retiii'ucd from  ^cattle on Sunday, and thu war is  ���������still waging Mr, Coy I a" said ye*"  tnrday that the C.lMl. will make  no chnngt''* in tluurarniugoiimiitM.  und it in there Core evident thai the  ���������itniggle will continue to the bitter end, ���������llei'ud.  We rt'grof to lenrn of Mr������, .1,11.  Piket being ill; from hit**^ icporl;  wc* nro phiiwd to know tliitt she is  recovering.  Mr. and Mr*. W. (J, White, of  Miuto, returiiud by the (^iicen ('it)  M'Ui'Iay,  Tin* "devil" had gnmn yen  funny cxpcrioiic'iA on July Int.  ll*,' i-'i������v* ti*- ������jK'i'.t H i������ti>tftijoyiU.tc  tiiu,*; an I brought n*-*  back ,"*uii'  ,',*''V  llifcl')*   , i,|*f  li.'H's  i'l'iii-     '.fltii'l,  *  v,'ts may pnlili-ih 1 tier on.  The ,S<������i'etMiibe i'lno.' Company  left, on Hal nr*lay 'h Iwat for Niuuii  mo ufier liaviu^ had a wcek'-i en  gagemeiit in ('nmJ'erlaiitl.  NOTICE is herepy given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Domtui-*-ionor of Imudsaud Works  for a li* ence to prospect, for coal aud petroleum uuder the foreshore aud under  the lands covered by water opposite the  toreshore of Penman Island, Comox District, It. C., au<l described as follows:--  Commencing at a p*>st planted on the  s .utli-west coast o������ Denman Island, ad-  joiniiiffS. Xakano's farm; thence wost  6*9 chairs; thenee south 8(J chains; thence  eaat SO chains; tbenee north 70 chains,  moro or 1o-b, to high-water mark; thence  ,falLQ:*.wng,,.tho_siniioMU,e^  lo point of o 'rm���������e;:c3mout; containing  040 acres, moro or less,  Dated, Dennum Island, B. O.���������Tuno23,'0S  IL KOTO.  NOTICE is hereby ytvon that 3'J days  oftordnlc, I intend to apply to the lion,  Chitt CoininiKsionor of Lands and Works  for a iioenee to pro. pect tor coal and pc-  trolfcum under the foreshoro nud uuder  the lands covered by wuter opposite the  toreBhore of Deiumm Island, Oouux District, It C, and dei-cril ed ns follows:���������  Cominoiiciug at n.poBt planted mtho  gouth-woBt coast of thence went 80  chains; tnonco noith 80 chains; thonce  oust CO chnins, more or less, to liijrh water  mark; tlii",eo fojli.wing tho BiiiuooiuoBot  the foj'i'i-iioru io j������.i *t of cammouoemeul;  oonlniui.iri'lHO.nuiv.-, more or 1������bh,  Dated Deiijuan l_,..ud, B.C. June l>3, '08  MdTO KOTi)  K. Koto, Aijent.  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  **������4  I  I  LADIES' TAIL01-..MADE COSTUMEiS A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlflDE TO   OI^DE^ fll^D  If! AMY STYUE YOU CUISH.  PEBXXCt FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices EVom $20 to $40.  l*i'*-Mmtml������*ma*l  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  em ape* mm* my mm ������*���������*>*���������������������������������������}  TO THE PUBLIC.  j. We beg to inform the Public of Cumberland and District that j.  T on April 20th we purchased the milk business of Mr. S. Piercy T  j* of Sandwick, and are prepared to deliver pure milk daily, also y  *(��������� butter, eggs aud other-farm produce.   With careful  attention  ���������[��������� we hope to retain most of Mr! Piercey's old customers.  -Afee-&-Jt07  *!��������� ,  ���������l-:*'iM*'J**hH*WH-H**H*'W'tI^H**^ W-H^4*W������H^H^<4*������I-H������  T  v  ir  mr^to-zmuHJum maanam awnnaetara  I Photographs  1 F. WATXS^ OF VICTORIA  (*y  (.*)  NOTIOK is Jiwohy gtreu that GO days  after date, l intend lo apply to Iho lion,  Chief Ooamiissiouor of Lunds uud Works  tor ti le/we ot tho foreshore opi������wit������ tiie  nortlvoaHt ,'4 fraction of Suction fi, for  whnrtiiRO purposes, Deniniiii I. laud, Co.  njox District, 11,(1.  Dated Doiimaii Inluiul, H.O. J11 no 211, '08  8. NAKANO  K. ICjto, Agont  GO TO N. PARKS  to get your Pit Shoes  made to order for K3.00  A pair of slioe's half  soied for 75c a pair,  AU work reduced iu  price. Work done  promptly.  N.Parko &bcomaker  Union,   15. C.  '-'nwijaitnt-i  NOTICK,  Ev'i'V Mnndiiy nnd J^ritlny i  will be iu town to deliver Kresh  IJuttcr and all kimU ol* Fruits  and eveiytbiii).'; in the Vej;etuV*k'  line; also hay and grain, fresli  and jjood,  Cifrn Vkuk,  Snndwick,  C*i ?<  I is now in Cumberland;   with   his larfje portrait tent, but W  @ will visit Cotirteimjr-.for two weeks,   on or about   the first jf  S) week in June,   where he will take portraits from 50c. jx-r ^  I dozen.    POSTVOARDS of. yourself at Si. 50 per doxen. |  ������ All those tint \tXAt re������l gno.l nml oh-aip piotnrjs art) advised tj wait f.;r him. ������  (8 Farms and Family (jroups a H-pecialty.   Aho Hfeliko pioiures of your habien, ������  e<5*pe^ec������02f������^'t'fiHjc������������'������   c^oc^^-fi^-^^fwco^s^nQ  JEWELRY,   WATCHES,  WARK,    LliATIIER    and  TAIJI.B  FANCY  SILVER-  GOODS. %  @                        ������  S WW We intend to do some deep cutting.     A choice <g  g for ��������� everyone to profit at this sale,    WATCHES %  I JEWELRY and CLOCK REPAIRING a business |  (J) with'us.   AU work Guaranteed. ������  I at T. Da MoLE AN'S I  ������ ������  BTJT03E3:HIR; shop  II  o  o  Whoiiuii'fy������ii|,",iui;?   I (r.in,'*,iit;f to'tlio Coin-xOo oi������*mtlvo Moot     ,1  Market, whoro I cm, ffotn Ntw', Tt!iitlor,,luloy Hoimtot Meat; So Horn,,  All Mont,  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager,  t*  <���������  ?rMAROCCHI BROS.^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  A,\iJ friUt'Me.iOno vr-  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORK8  Sua  Fr.,..  'i',1,  .    ���������  ih'  2.���������.lne  (imu  nu*!  i(i,l  *'u,'.  '.*   '-',11,   W'lili  will meet o'i  ,', ���������  ���������ii'l"  1 <in of .Tiilv  ft!*, ii  1 a If*  in ,,  -  .iiifj,; f-iiit.'-t  f*>r frj.  ��������� It^ht  ���������N''1-  ,  ifHf,,i,t',,-������,l'| ,  bau* I  ������/i"ib'  ,l!v  Hub  b"d  tmui'iir  work,    'llv    -Ai'i^jiit     ii^'n "I.*,'!,! 1  i-alls ftjr I'.hl jumu*!. nt tb������*   riitt'- "'���������  'do, #irrj.*jH"l,  linim if* tin" fnurit.- tit '.) ��������������������� t*.  filLLETf]  PUREPOWDERED  1 l*i<t_4r tat Um to Aet Q������������nlNf.  '   t>Mb*.**Mll-l AC, >Jll������*Hl*'**������U.,U*.*.V'  I.H'-** >*-iM. 4i4.l*>ilJi������. ������,_lJ, u.t.ti.1  mm ������ra*o$ **���������* fer r>-iry ,-tatf mmvpaem*  E.W,G!LLrrTSf&'#S  ���������On������*<lTO,OKT.  t-r-_nr_������������MM-������_HMr������  AfjeiitH for Union Ihewiny; Com putty'������ UEER and  PM)-,'H*"'.       '"1* -In-'iV  l>^',tr.r*!  in ~il\ Vimb*. of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND     STREET  -ftl  ********************************************  l   Siddall, _The  Tallon,  w  *>  % Huh opened Iltniiiew in Mci/cixl* Store, 1  *���������/

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