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Array r7  THE CUMB  NEWS,  A. Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND,' B. C,    TUESDAY,   JULY 28, 1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year.  At The BIG STORE  Sensible Clothing   for the  HOT WEATHEB.  eeeeeetmmm^%m*mem%%%%emmWm%*mmmmmimm^  See Our 2 Piece Suits.  !llll!llllll������IUIllllllill.1llllillllllllill!llli:0lllllilllillll!lllll������flllllll  A^^r^'i \ In Homespuns,  ;'^^A        .    'Worsteds,  \and Tweeds,  Single and  Double Breasted  Prices ranging  from $10, $r 1,  $12 and $13.50  a suit.    These  suits combine  comfort with  IIIIUIU!WII!lllillilll!l!!!lll!!!llll!l!illi:lUII!llt!!lill!lllll|[;i!llliirail  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries S?.VC":^C Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,    D���������OT A���������  ntamrmmvetmream^r.i'v'.r-f ,. "4'������hri  J. McPHEE & SONS.  nnKs  For Hot Weather*  Eiffel Tower Lemonade  Raspberry Vinegar  Monserrfit Lime Tnic<\  Knsplierry, Vanilla, Pinuapplis Sui-trnjiarillii, etc.   Boda Wntor Jhilbs.   IW i'laoo yonr ordor with uo now for  the BEST Vlits*  KKVJNU I'liACJUKS���������Kimt Consignment this Wed;.  J MrPHEE&SONS  mJa    IVIW.#r      rlLiU   *mJm    WV<l>Wt  Duumntiir Avenue Cumberland, W. C.  **lNflM*-Mftl*N*ltt  00  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an���������  Edison : Phonograph  1000 Records in Stock  for you to choose from.  ���������->.-������.. ^&s^*eim  GEM PHONOGRAPH.... ...$16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH   32 50  HOME PHONOGRAPH-,  45 00  W������ sell the Phonograph and Records  the same price."&& they are sold all oyer  the world. We are sole agents for Gum  berland and District.   Records are sold  "at 4Gc. eachT-" ~~~~     r CASH ONLY  TBE   PflGfSET  CASH  STO$E.  The summer is here now and everyone needs  something new and showy in the line of shoes.  On all Men's and Women's Shoes we will allow  25 per cent, discount for cash; and on Children's  Shoes io,per cent. This offer will only last during July, so everyone should take advantage of  these grand bargains. Our stock is tlie only brand  new stock in Comox District and therefore the  quality is guaranteed.  J. N. HcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  TE- BATE,  Cumberland  Valley Notes.  It is getting to be a very common occiirawjo around Coiirtenaj  to See one auto tow another to the  repair, shop.  Health Officer's Report.  Health   Report of the   City of  Cumberland for Half Veav  Ending June 30th, '08.  To the Mayor and Aldermen of  the City of Cumberland:���������  Dear Sirs: During the half  year just closed, the following  ca_es of contagious diseases occurred: Scat let fever, 2; Diphtheria, 1; Measles,   epidemic,  All cases made n good recov-  e ry, Tho two cases of scarlet fever wore in one family which  was quarantined nnd no, more  crises developed. A sporadic  enso of diphtheria was promptly  sent to the isolation hospital nnd  Ihe house premises thoroughly  disinfected During the early  sp.ing measles was introduced  from a neighboring district.With  Iho exception of au isolated case  which had not been attending  school here, the first lot of canes  occurred almost simultaneously  ���������among children in one room of  the city school. Though Iho  room was promptly closed and  energetic measures taken to  chesk the disease, it soon became  general among chiidron unprotected by previous attacks, For  Innately, the  disease  was  not  tthcleanliness and poor sanitation  are inevitable breeders of disease  aud a menace to public health, I  strongly   recommend   that   the  Sanitary Inspector be allowed, at  least  one day  each   month  i������ | of timber cutting his toe.  which to make au   inspection of  alleys, yards and  outbuildings  Tho boys who go in bathing  down along the beach should be  a little cautious where they go:  especially when they can't  swim.  ���������.; __ -*>    .  Mr. Clifford McMillan is wearing a broad smile on account of  being tho happy possessor of a  bouncing baby boy. "No more  rest for Cliff."  ..Mr. Thos. Graham mot with a  painful rice!dent the othor day,  while working jn the woods; the  oxo happened to glance off a pioce  and see that the city's bye-law  regarding such matters is strictly  enforced.  The sewerage problem is one  that will have to be faced at an  early date. The deepening and  extending of tlie main sewer is  au immediate necessity, as its  present condition is a danger to  the health of those living in that  vicinity.  Respectfully submitted,  Gko. K. McNauoiiton  M. D.  o  ���������**-  High School Entrance.  The following is the list of  those who passed at tbo high  school entrance examinations, in  the district:  ----To ta 1-n a mber-o'r""eSTTd id fftcsTS J"  passed, 7..  Cumberland���������Number of candidates, 3;"passed," 2; Effie McFadyen. 631; George Stewart,  573.  Comox Num ber of candidates,  3; passed, 8; Mabel Mathowson,  650; Norman Prichard, tU9; Olivs  Carthew, 500.  Coutronny-Nuniborof candidates,  2; passed, 2, Frank Shopland,  092; Catkorino FriisoiyBOa,  Mrs. McGregor, oi Nanaimo,  arrived by Wednesday's boat and  is tho guest of her parents, Mr,  and Mrs. D. Thomson.  tvno   'v  d  v.o  i-fJiipJjc.'iiion*'  a  i  OE  X  of 1   eoooei  :uul   fev    .'.criuii.'i  have beeu reporte  The city's water supply is good  in quality and quantity,  ^ ��������� , ��������� r     . ...  ....  ... 'j/v.. ii.,u vjj   utC i\S'U UIIH"1  dairies supplying milk iu the  city showed tlut a fair attempt  was being made lo keep them in  a clean and wholesome condition  aud thnt the quality of milk i.-.  not below the standard,  Iu company with a member of  your Hoard of Health and the  S'tiii'aiy Inspector, I made a  Ini' ol inspection of the alleys,  vards and <>iitWtii)diii^<i. In  many cases no apparent effort  was Icing made to keep the pie-  j mists iu a Military condition. A>  New Westminster Exhibit  It is tho intention of thn directors of tho Coniox Agrlcultral and  Industrial A������>soeiutioii to send a  district exhibit to New WoHiiniii-  bier fair this fall, and to make a  col lection worthy of our favoured  valley; I hoy ask Iho nsslshineu <d"  all grower* of flowers, ginin ni.il  vegetables, both in the valley and  ou tlio islands,  Tlio work tlio coin init teo in  u..u^u ii.M hi,mi 11,mi,11 C..11 oiu\  lie c.viiicd (o biii'4'.tWul ir.silu ll  those who havo nny thing prize-  worthy, will communicate with j  tho committee and by so doing, |  Uiey will not only lighten tlio  work of the ���������.'���������onimittefl, Init help  to udvertiuo our district in a practical way.  Wm, Duncan,  On behalf of Couiiijitteo.  Many of tho people throughout  tho sottlemont aro vory sorry to  learn that Dr. McPhee Im leaving  tho district having obtained h  position at Prince Ituport. Dr.  MuPheo is vory highly respected  throughout tlio district, and his  friends wish liiin every success,  and good henltli.  TEN DK US-Will he received  up to August 7th, 1008, for tho  building of an addition and approach thereto lo the Union nnd  Comox Hospital. Plans and  specifications may bo seen otT. F.  lliiggart's,  A ddroas all Tenders to Ah'x.  Sou orvlllo, Secretary of Hospital  Hoard, Ciiniborhuid,  ���������������������������'���������������������������  n ���������- '���������  Mr. F, D, hi!tie, l������rt by Saturday's boat fi V Vieldi'iii.  Mr. and Mrs. J. RohorUou, of  Victoria, arrived by Wuduesday'a  boat and wero guests al. the Cumberland.  **-o**  Mrs.   David  Walker, left   by  Thursday's boat for Vancouver.  Mr. Dick, Mrs. Watty Whyfo,  and Mr, and Mrs, Colling, wero  passengers by Thursday's bout for  Nanaimo,  Mrs. ,1, VnU'd returnod by Friday's boat from Denman,  Miss,  ,),   (irov returnod   homo  from Vhii'Mim-r mi Friday's host,  1,1  Mr, J. Urydon; }>,, left by Sat.  iih'Iiiv'h bimi for Victoria.  ta. RANCH -mv  rOR 5ALfc  <P������Min^W������i#IIMWMI|WMHMN������I*****Wra>������MNMnHMMMMBB>>*WMHHMM������>������MMW<M>aMW*IMV'Wi������ua tmmi IpiMllIM ai  ii| a^M������w������HMMIn������M>  Ranch on the Roy Road of  87 ACRES, 7 of which are  cleared: 4 room house & barn  IUd tou-dollar hill* nro circulating iu  tlio KiUit and Mine of i  them nmy come horo,    Until  it!  gels to tho bunk the riiviibttioti nf,  it I'wiiiiti-rf'fil Will   iieio-H out   wtuo i  t!i������ poet says     "Where igrt >r*itiC"  i* Wlii** NU   folly  to  to win-"���������  1'l'tvince.  PRICE     $2.QOO  enquire of P* P. HARRISON*  BARRISTER AT LAW  CUMBERLAND  'J������ ���������%l������5*-$������mmrm%^  &^**wwm*iTit.mwAmm+mMm&f>i ^  THE  NEWS,   eiD'MlVS'RLANBV B1UTISH Q6&Vm&&  T!iq Optievland Hews  T-isu-c-tl  Hvery   Tuesdav bv  tbe  J ������ m<  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  TH-Viuv, jur,Y 38, mm  * Chin  tt  Another ��������� notorious subject of  discussion iu tho further West if  the lk';!ii;?;ing habity of tbo weath-  e.r nnclor tbe iuiiuunco'of tlio elti-  nojk vviud-*.    It is said,  by  way  or i  ;n  nstn.ling tin.-? climatic rapidity, ���������that a farmer was  once  driv  inr into Calgary in his sled and a  Cuinook camo up before begot in,  to a two storey building. At tho  beginning of tho pros jut year tbe  new floor was seven inches above  the ground, and the farmer' looks  forward to the lime when a third  ���������and pjr^ibly a fourth ���������storey  ukm' be rubied to bis very remarkable barn.  This if. equalled only by tho report from Iowa that a profitable in  dustry is likely to  be established  in the sawing of corn   stalks   into  olograph poles  and fence   posts.  Synopsis   of  Canadian   Homestead  Regulations.  .Any mailable Dominion Lands within  th*) Knilwuy iJell. in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any i>eraou who  is tho solo head of a tmnily, or auy male  ovor 18 yearn of ngv, to tlio extent ot one  quaiter section ot 1(10 acres, moro or less.  Entry must bo made pisisonidly nt the  local land ollice for tho district in which  tho hunt is ni!,natc. Entry by proxy  may, however, ba mudo on certain cpu-  ditions by the lather, mother, son, dau(,'h  ter b-othcr or sister ot and intending  huuv.steadbr,  The homo.-:teader is required to perform  Uo whippod up his horses , and LoUlitin^ the,-:e Iowa tales as being  travelled as fast as he could, but, \q1 ft (liffH.ent ord01. j*rom those of  do bin best, tUo Chinook melted  ���������the snow so fast bohind him that  Iv.; drove into tov.'ii on the gallop  with only bis frrnt bobs on the  enow and the dry ground chasing  him at every jump.  There is a story that js believed  aud that pumpkin vinos are now one conditions connected therewith  baino raised with barbs on tho:e,  which by treatment < with some  special solution, are rendered practically indestructible and very excellent, for fencing material. Oi;e  is allowed  the privilege  of  dis-  under oue of tie following plans  (1) At least nix mouths' residence upon  and cultivation of the land in each year  for three years.  (-1) If the father for mother, if the  father is dooaasid), o* the homesteader  resides up .n a farm in tho vicinity oil the  land entered for, the tvvniroments aa to  residence may be satisfied by suc'n persou  residing with the fathor or mother.  (il) if tii-j settler baa his permanent re-  iiider.ee upon firming, land owned by  him ia the vicinity of his homestead, the  r-.qu'rem-Dta as t) residence may be sat-  Ufkd hy residence uf.on the miid land.  iths' notice in   writing should  ������SCI  m  9  Y,n������\\tdi 4 x liUUTON ftlway* on tap aho, the famous MILWAUKEE  KttLKS-Anhcnsur, Kuhair.tan. Sciilits, *o. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKl*. Bestt Wines aiid Liquors of all kindB.  Tlm guarding aud Lodging Department, under the immediate) superintendence of Mib  Uavia, will be Jouid First clas-in every reapcut.  It A T JS 3 ,  ipl oo per day upwards.  f,  Vi  wW*?*y$tJ^m������9m$W94^^  -^FECIALS   FOR PAY-DAY  mj?  so ngo blew up   a  man  who was  standing too  near  the  edge, and  kept him in tbo air by sheer  force  to bave originated in London, but' ftf c0lupi.0SSI.,i water-power  for   a  Jius been on occasion applied to  Winnipeg, aud whether it rightly  belongs to Loiuloh~oTT<r^V'i'nT5i'p?g"  it certainly had some justification  in the latter direction in the dnys  at least be fore Winnipeg's streets  Were paved. It is to the effect  that ;v uuui walking on tho side-"  walk one day and picking his way  through the mud saw a silk hat  apparently floating along in a puddle, lie reached it with his cane  aud tried to bring it ashore, when  H) bis iiimw.emeitfc an old gentleman looked up from beneath it,  mad clear through. The man on  tii<; piiikiwrdk theiwipon remarked  thai tho gentlemen was in pretty  deep, to whioh reply was made  finr ho was' in deeper than ho  ion!:i d, for ho was aiding ou top  o'! a bn...,  (ii*owi.h of town;:, size of forms,  Minu-b-.: of Uu*- (/hiuook and decj-  ;i-S': of mud ai*'������ all very well iu  the w.i'j of good big i-tory-tt'lHiig7  but the fertility of the prturio suil  hiirpn.sw.-fl them all, iu proof of  which b, tho billowing choice bit  Ot im i r.M.ithv nartiitivo.  ".'��������� i'.;;i'.ii i-M!!!������������������',������������������ y iiight,  A l!emafeb!e barn  A :'iini;cr of Un\\liulti������1������,r li������u������ u  *���������'.'' ti'.a'ilf tmru,    \\',u*ii he built  il  ��������� 0 '.''"! *'!��������� ca    Wil, *\'.'    pOi>t:������   tit  till' Ct.i In;,:', '.il,.\    iliOI'.g    Ul.'     ������iduS,  rovi-i".'!.  .*.-. t i, ������������������  f,Un\  .'��������� "  ��������� li      OO     Hit  month or more, supplies of fo d  being shut np to him' each, day  llT5WglrtlT(r'"vrn'Ui ue-o f-esoapLug.  liquid,  Toronto Saturday night.  ** -a^mu*, rnnMUlMKMi  SPOR1  *������* A&ventat������  Ashore and Afloat  witW  1 ROD a%9 GUN  H If you llko to read' of tlm'experiences ol  i3. naclerk, shooters ond ciwpeH'or yachilpm  ���������I iirltvoii are Intereaiid In country lite, ask  i yuiir'ncsdwIiT lu" Forset w������d SirMM,  f oi' wl:o tor tree npoctmen eo'.iv, or Rend  i tv/tniy.flvt teut'i f'Ji hut wr-li' trlsl '.rip.  4 Fo*..si and Xlraam Is a Ur������8s IllustrnteJ  I vr.-)t.\y Uurnul.whlebiionM'Bsthe.'oHowlriit  ���������i U-TNi'tmentsi  'i o.*.!.n.'i(.rt������������(!C������n,      fUtaial History,  3| S'.t i.n!.l\i-wVit>h'intt,   i������elu������nr>,  V It: :-'���������'!���������.rlrinMl'T^i'fUl, Cn.'ifttln'j,  A lOitt. I/A'inp, hernel.  3 '.Vc i.r't Ira iim tv.'.lo.Tut ot the b������'t biota  li'.l n Jl'i'jOl' iilV Mil rtd'Cft'lOII.  I'OKRST AND'&J'HC'AM* PUB. CO.  j     :*.J6 1',-oodvt.r. Now Yuk C'd'j.  |*^:^*^B^  i'imw* % m- emmmmimrmmr* m*%*' ������tmwt������ wiiw* eeejro a t r>wiwwM  NOTICK  F.vrv Mondav nnd b'tddav 1  will be in town tn deliver Fresh  Huller nnd all kinds of I'vuiis  and everything in the Vegetable  line; also hay and grain, fresh  and mood.  ,  Cum Vr.uu,  jyy rj'.iudwiol:.  YOti SAhf.    TuoHui.osMiil.  able !' '  I'M'ta v.'  I: iii.t' oik-  h.-nvv  iiiiii  '1.'.'    win,  "''   ',/  ��������� A y ...   ;'  . j:.( ll       '  iw ���������  hud  rl-.'iuk   *������'o   '.il-ccl  I'.'iii.  Aj-1'l.v  y-\  ii'>n  A,    At   tin*  'lour  of  tio  IVid.  ul)o\i*  tt'i   ���������   <��������� imiI,     A   v a I*  ut/o     labt i  tipt'ii,. ti,.. bain '. ,.   ,;, _',ilt.- ni' C (  I A ii eii.   >,.   ...   ;'..,iufi*  put i!  '.-���������l<-d it  in  '.'.I'   ' I  -f >:lA  iitrv-.v.'.fi ���������!.������,  l.'.-i-ci   k  Co,   I.td.   r.iomTi'hi'nd  li. 0.  to '.'ot your i'it Shois  made to order fir f'^.o'i  A pair of .���������'>������������������.-��������� b-dt  s.i'.d for   75,0.   a  pidv,  /,:: :*.*.���������'- '.���������.������������������-���������.I bi  pttcc. W o I k c.uiu-  ]ui'iii|)tly.  HaPc rifs S?.:.c*':V.i.\;i kex*  Union,   1;. ������.'.  1  AND WEEK - FOLLOWING ��������� t  i< (:i1li!*;j;!liHl:ll!i!!llli!!lll!llllllll!!!lll!i!lilll!l!!Hil!llH;!iti!li!!ill!lim &  % Twenty per cent, discount on   Morris Chairs,  FancyjParlor ^;  4 Chairs, Carpet Squares, Wd:i.ig: Di>k;.   BuJetts an! Chiui  J  * Cabinets. Ten per cent, on all other lines,  j*  H)  " ' *���������  4  <\  9  %MT These discounts are for CAS I-I ONLY. ^  iHiiffliiiiiHiiiiiiiiiae-UEWJiraiair.iRimmifl^aiJiia  J. fit. COUJNS  \ The Right Price  % p'urhiture Store,  Canadian make, and   similar  care  is tu be exercised in rospuct to tho  story of a hot spring down in   the.     ^ ''"'-'thf aotico m .wmm? ,fouia  ���������> l      c'_ be given to the U-vninussionsr pi D.imin-  Southorn States, which  a  year or \on Lancia nt Ottnwaof ..intention to npply for patent.  CoAt.,���������Conl rniuin,"? lights may be  leased for a period of Weuty-oue }<jars  nt an annual rentul of .*! per acre. Not  mora thnn *2,5iiO acres shall bo leased to  oue individual or compuuy. A royalty  nt the rnte of live cet.tG per ton shall be  ccdlected on the niiTchantiiblo coal mined  W. ^Y. CORY.  Deputy of the Minister cl! tho Interior'  "^rn^^nJSfftllOTiwcd-ptibHcRMon-ott.his.  m m* Mi Am   mm 1 v m  advcrtiBciueut will not be ])fii<l for.  NOTICE is hereby givon that 30"dayB  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Oorarnifsioiier of bu- d^ and Wiii'is  for a lioauoe to piospeet for ooal a'jd petroleum undo the fortcbore nnd unilor  tho l.ndscovered by water opposite the  fo.eshore of Deuman Islund, Coinox District, li. 0., or.il dCBCribjd ns f< Hows:���������  Uomuiuueiuy nt a pout planted oa the  sonth-wuBt const of Deniuiiii Wimd, <id-  joiiiinjj H. Kawam. ra's farm; thir.ee  south SO ohnin ; Uionce i:ue: t'Oelmins;  thence north TO ohai'.s, 'more or Ioeb, u  hit,'h-Wii1or war ; ihenee foilowiuR  ihe  sinuoaiviea of tha f .tO'horo to .joint- of  commonuomout*, containing G-tO iicie?,  uioa-orlt/Ku.  Dated Denman Inland, EC,June 2(1, '08  U, KAWA^IUH.V,  ������. Koto, Ayent  The.drink of strong men and healthy women.  'AVERY  Drink   U- B. C. Bohemian  Ihe' UNION BREWiiiG Co., Nanaimo B, C.  Nspimait S Manaimn Rj  ll__M������W������������������|WW-TWW������OWWW>IMWI__,������- ******** mt MK���������W>Mi������������������������ ���������  s. s. "fJity of Nanaimo.  vicTo_azi!w��������� coitos  " Eotrra  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. :.i for  Nanaimo, calling at Croftor. Kuper  and Thetis Islands wheng frc.ght or  passengers ofiur,  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Bay Comox and way j.ciis  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way'ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,   7 a.  in., for  Union Uay Comox aiid way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  S'dls from Nanaimo Saturdaj, 2 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADY'  SMITH   EOTJTE.  S. S,     ".WAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver   for   Nan mo  daily, except Sunda>s, at -30 p.m.  Sails from   Nar.auno   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, al 7 a.m.  ,'J,-* i.V...%-iil--.iTW'.fcMMX.^!-*.������i-K*ff������.Tl,J  When hi COurteny- Stay  The Courtenay Mote'  Every convenience for guents.  Tho CenU al Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Uest of Wines and  Liquor*  al the Har.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  ������.**������Kr44b*uww������m.'*tf*M-r4' vtit ww������*^ia*"*  Dm Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  I  t  -AND-  ������S1  43 A  111  NOTK!)*: i.i hereby g.vcn that 30 it y.!  itfiur dntol intend to ������i������i������!y to the t hu f  Uoniminalouor of T,<������ids nud woiUr f> r a  liciiuco to proKpect fer con' and petroleum under the foreoilo the foreshore of  Domnuu Island, Uomnx Ditiiict. lh (',  ami dowaibed its followti;���������CoajJiioiioin^  id a post planted on the Fouth-weuteo.'.-.t  of ])eiii).iin hilnnd, ndj iniiiK S. Nidiaiio'n  fitnn; thenee south 80 olmins; thenco  eur.t HO chain**, thenee i.ortli 45 ulmiiiH,  more or 1i).h, to i.i;:h-\vitfer marl:; tlienoo  followiiujthe HiiiU"������itio������of the foreshore  to puiat of (.'OtnineiKTiiienl; ecitiiiniiiK'  iMJ ntsrt'ti, wore or Iw-h.  Diitud, Deuman JbIiuuI, H.U., June 2H, MB  S.KAKAbd  K JCoio, Ai'i'iit.  NdTUIl'iin lienpy ifivpn Unit IUiIhjh  .il'U'i date, I iutniiilU) iipply to the 11 r,  Chief "onitiihisiniiiir ol LoidsinnnWiiai  (ur 11 li ein'e In 1 lotipeiit for ooal uial pu.  tniloiim tuulg* thefnre*iboio mid umler  tin.'litndH eovoiedby wuter oppiwilu Iho  1'iiim.l.oiu uf UuiiiHiin lahuid, Ouruiix J>1h-  U'tetJ'.. (', (did (leici'ibeil (ih I'dIIowm;���������������������������  I'inline. ciDK ill 11  poi*l planted on Iln,'  H'tith-wrnt coiiHt of Uiiiiniiil   bihilid, i,d-  joiiiiiui li. Mii,')liiiio'i'.  fui'uii tluiiue  wutl  OJflliiii.ju; Uii'iu'uH'aithi'Ui hail..'; th. iw.m>  iiutSJ fhiiiiiHi the en north  Y'li'hi.iiii*,    ._... ..,..   .-.������������������^..~..~...,���������-.~  liiiil'o ui' it, -m, titiruh .viit������'i'iivi !:: ll: 1:,'  oll.i.v UK tin (iaianilii'i 1 f  Im 1 "int   nf emiiini'iHTiiiiiu  illUai.'i'ih, inoriii.r lea .  I.iattil, lioiiiiiiui Ifl.ind, ll. ('...hii.i v'.i.'oS  K, KO'lO.  in season at  D, HUNDEN'S,  111 ii  ^  JOHN McT.EODS  KOU FlIIB'f.'JMKH  (!ANHY, KltlflTH,  CKJAIIS ,t TOJUUOOH  _���������;'-*!*!' v i,. \,,-,-],;��������� ���������Jvi.n tl nt. U'ldayn  n't. v ,"'.', 1 iuli'iid In npply to tin' II1.11.  t; tv>il:,*r,i!^   V^ ... *'  I OR   IJUV8  .no I ni.ufcisi, .      Belcher   treet  Victoria B C.  ,X^^.rJ.^rJ,.H^t*M,iM*li'H,,M,,W������  i "STAR  n  ^tsl  J| Hayman & Maxwell. |  t Proprietors. ?  (j4*-m=w������'w'������������j������"-r.4."t.-'nTii*������-������..������.i.'t..iiii.������<r������Ai������wtw 7"  f TKAMSTHUS, and DRAYMEN,*  TS1NG1.K and DOUDLR KICST  XFnr 111M1.. ALL OHDKRST  il'ROMI'TLY   ATTENDlvD  TO I  i 3rd St, GiiBitaiaill  YANCOUVER-NANAIM    - CCBU X  UW10W.  "8. S. aueenCity" (O.P.K.,)  Loaves V<iiCi>uvor, Snuday, 7 pui.   Ar**.  lives atNnii'.uiiio, Sunday, 11 p. 11,  Leavci NiUiiimo Monduy,  3 u. m.   Ar-*  n^TffirUuipnr-&l*ail������jt,-44~R^uu_^-Amie___  !.t .Oeni'osf, W i)day, 1 p. in.  Lsavc Coroox, Monday, 7 p. m.   Anlvo  ut Uuitin, Moodny, 8 p. m.  Liavc Uniou, Tucbdr.y, 5 a. in,    Airive  at N'luiino, Tuwduy, at 11.30 a. m.  Ij;.avoi Niiiaitno, Tuemlay,   at  1   y. in'.  Arrive t������t Vancouvj'r, Tiientlav, ;,l, ji >j,u ,.'  Oe'ling at Wuv��������� I'oiU when fie^ht ������i.d  patsaon;;uiB ollur.  TIME TABLE KFFKCTIVI.  Oclobrr    1st, 1907,  a*mmv\*'mrwm.ar*mm**Ma*mr%**>������n>i'tj.-���������������www������*w������.mm*������v������ *********.-*���������������������������������  - NORTH 1.0UNI)--Rfi.d   Prwn  i  J^M<*M!iii%J|������#wWi  0. H TARBELL  '    Imtax* t *A ������*������W1>'-V. ��������� Wl������m'*������T 4MN  mn*%e*et*M*m*,tmtj* #iMMn^^^i������JU������������u������WM������4.u__utH  HIGH GRADE STOVES!  And nil KITCHEN IUTENBILS  Sportsmens Goods  rnBsonjjoi  Tratr.3  Stitioua,  Violoris  I',Uhl.l>U,'  .Slriwiilyun,  11  r.iljhk Hill,  Ciwii.lmii,  Ktik.vUili,  Darioiin'ii,  SlIlllAtlOJ*,  VVutShulnis,  (lliemniuiui,  Ludytwith,  South Woliiugtou,  NwtiRimo,  WulliUiitOH,  Dully  Sumluy  Ne. 1  W'uil.  Sit.  No. 3  De. 0.00  De. 15.UU  ������.(>���������;  if> M  It). 17  lli, la  10. ea  10.18  ID. 40  1(1. SO  ios8  10*11  uj.r-si  10 '17  11. IK)  Ml.fiS  11.07  17.1(1  11.tu  17.VJ  11 H2  17 SB  11. &7  17.M  1U.18  18.11)  li!.������(i  18,:;0  Aril!,08   ArlS-15  I  l'a'i..ii  iis.a   *, i,-iu>(,  Genera! Hardware  ^U^V^Vwi^*^ t*ntmit>m*m*mt>/9  When in Cumberlanfi  BTAV  AV THB   VUIWOMK.  ������'.?   Am. ('onvi'.nikni'h* roti CIukmth'  llIK DaII lit '"'I'l'l'I.IKH W It'll  So>U Liquors and CiKftrs  J. II  IIANNKIIMAN.  ��������� ���������������" *H*mm)m-**m]!*mrmm*m,m >-f.>^^,*������f>f*a^k1>V'y*T'^"',VV'^l'Mf^1lWIMPRTV*  P. 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Our stock of Bond Papers, Envelopes,  Business Cards, Galling Cards, Flat Papers, Wedding Stationery, etc., is, of the  highest quality, and as we have added  some of the newest and most up-to-date  faces in the type kingdom to our plant, we  are in a splendid position to cater to  your  wants,     v ������ .  ��������� ������������������,    ���������  Letter Heads, Bill Heads,:"State-'  ^^nter^Ga^d^r-Gi-reu foi^T-=fowp^l&ter=4n=  fact anything in the line: ot Printing.  roofV says he.  '     ' "'"   "I swallered a laugh crossways and  put on a serious face. 'Mast have been  a rock,' says I. ������,  " 'Rock nothln'!' says he. 'If It had  been a rock 'twould have stayed in tbe  cabin, wouldn't lt? Well, there ain't  the first blasted thing of any shape not  description ln there but the hole. You  can go in aud look tor yourself.'  "It cost Scotty one case of rye to  make us forget thoso clreuinst.tnces."  "I should have thought the man  would bo killed, striking on tho roof  that way," said Miss Mattie.  "Oh, no! Roof was mado of quaking  nsp saplings, just about strong enough  to break his fall. Scotty was the  sleeper, though! It wasnt hardly natural the way that man could pound his  ear through thick and thin. He .had  quite a surprising time of it once. He'd  been prospecting round the Ruby refractory ore district and he came out  at Hank Cutter's sawmill just at sundown. Hank's place was full of gold  rushers, so Old Scotty thought he'd  sleep outdoors in peace and quiet Ho  discovered somo big boxes that Hank  was making for ore bins for the now  mill, and as the ground wits kind pf  damp from a thunder shower they had  that day ho spreads his blanket inside  the box and goes to sleep. Ore bins  have to be smooth and dust,tight, so  it wasn't a^ bad shanty.  "Well, there came a jar and waked  him up. The, box was rolling a little  'and going along, going along forty  mUo au hour. Scotty lit a match and  found he was ln a kind of big tunnel,  but tho wall was flying by so.fast he  couldn't make out just what kind of  a tunnel lt was. Now, he'd gone to  sleep. In peace and quiet on a side hill,  and to wake up and find himself boat  riding in a tunnel was enough to surprise anybody. First be pinched himself to see If It was Hank's pie or a  :cold fact; found it waa a-fact; thou ho  lit another match and loaned over and  looked at the black water underneath,;  but this made the bos tip so it scarf  him, and he settled down in the bottom again. He didn't try to think.  What was the npe? No man living  .could have figured things out with the  few facts Scotty. had heforo blm.   All  Cumberland*.      B. C.  v.itm&iimtwwx<3tkmn*UQcnmtmBm^^  ic*n^Tff������ra3a������isBMJiffiBmg^  %mmmftV  Witrmxr)  twamii  *mmmv  un  ii  mi  rt  8  W  M  I    '  ���������Tin glad I look young, Will," idio BiUd  Wily,  ; 'Win I!" ho ununited heartily.  '"Wlinl'H the Ponro In being old, nny*  Ih'iw? I'm im Hinhor and good for  [m.vHolf nn over I wan lu npllo of my  forty yearn."  i "You're not forty jours old!" ex*  rluluiel Mini Mntlln, "VntiYe Jolting."  , "Nnvy Joke-forty round d'lpn from  flying Know to ronon nliieo I lilt land,  M'Mil-*���������why, you were only n littlo  h'I'.I when I lyft here-don't you ro-  .'.until cr? Y'-n tt'i'l I'liur fnli*.n wr.o to  ��������� en mi tti������ v.oeh Ivi'niv I luff.   1 gut n  tiSintrtiililU  I'H'   i.n .,..;  ;. n>  nml  .Ivo  Iii  V,r '" '    *     *    ' ��������������������������� "    I:.    <i'A,  pood umi woe. Ttio tui'iiHiung wiih ouo  nf the thhiKM tint gnvu mu u hiuiUer-  Itift for (lie wont. Very lllwrnl hum  with the hickory, father. Hpnro tho  rlntlii������i nml nnMI tin *l:ltt wnn his  liiotlo, Ho ut nl to mnlio me nii'1*- to  ttlin wntot-plioo-liow! Hvcn n IlKht  ln-ocr.o runted heavy on my buck whon  iind not HitiiiiKh with mn. Buy, Mntllo,  porlinpn I oughtn't io nuy ho, now tliit  Iio'h gone, but I dou't tblnk llmt'H tbo  proper wny to tine n boy. do youif"  "im,   1   don'l.'*   Huld   Minn   Mattie.  "Yonr father tnerint well, but bid W������y  V, ���������:������   t|!H'il*'>.l   llllll   < llll.l."  "I've    fui'iiveii    hiiu    tliii    wliol������  ���������WCVp,"   ������llld    Ttl'it       "nut,   lI-B    UIO.  If I hart ii bo* 1 wouldn't ciub (lie lifa  out of hlm; I'd tij tu iviuw.i with hhi  lh U. i.iij how, M.tke* n boy im U)jly  rh anyltmlj* elm> |o u'.'t flit* hide whaled  fin r������it������ i,i.i. i.M i.niii.i.ri-imiM hi  nwhltc ho need* It    H *y tnnt'n gnl nny  111 >   III    hl.il    )!''���������.������������������������   In   Ih������   till)    I'llll'll   Ox--  ������Wl<m<llv\   Htm   til ������it   fl   Wrttilill'K   l������  liiulltiftil mi"! i > ii. atjt. Lord, you'd  think ! win 111- i������|i. i" of my r-ountry  V> l������-ii* '.in* ini'., ���������.'.!.uh!n't yotlt If  temel*'d)M vtlto n Imb, 'What fled  ftanrtdm I Kin t Ki*������Mf AI������mj������ I In Mug  lltltdWT It would I* full nf V.ilUilWt  coming onr*  "All fondy-sit right down, Will."  "Go you I" cried Red, and incautiously flung hlmfiolf upon ono of tho kitch-  on chali'B, which collapsed instantly  and dropped hlm to tho floor.  "Mercy on us! Aro you hurt?" cried  Miss Mntllo, runhlng forward,  "Hurl?" snld Rod. "Try It! Just  Jump np In tho nlr and sit on tlio floor  whoro you aro bow, aud boo If you got  hurt! Oh, no! I'm not hurt, but I'm  ntitonlshod beyond measure, llko (ho  mnn thnt ticklod tlio mule. I'll tnkn  my bronkfnst right lioro���������Hlionliln't  wondor a bit If Iho floor wont buck  on mo mid lauded mo In tbo collar, No,  Hlrl I won't got up! Hand uio tho  supplied. I know when I'm well o!T,  If you wnnt. to out briinlcfHHt with me,  count Bit on tho floor. I'm not (join*** to  hnvo my Hplnn pmtlind through (ho top  ot nty bond twice In tlio mime dny."  "Will, you nro tho omul I'ldlculoiiH  IWHon I over did cool" Hithl MIkii Mat*  tlo, nml hIio Imighod till Bho vrlod In  Hlioer llghtlioiii'taduuMii. "IHit tlicro'si a  chnlr you enn trust. Como on linw."  "Woll, If you'll Inlto your i.'olomn  oath Umt thU ono Iiuh no mtmtitelio to  doeelvo mo," tmld Hml doubtfully. "It  IooIch luiHky. Woll, I'll try It. Iloornyl  Sbo didn't Kivo un lueli! Thin kind of  romlmlH uio of tho timo ,11mmy Hon-  OlII'lvM     1 l.l.l..'      tM<-i.      ilUlll ii.ii      ,.,,-',  v ".".;rl i-tV th.������ (A"������ ot 11������> V'v.fT In thi>  dni'lt. It JiipI hnpponml (lint Old t\ent-  ty rormmnn'ti en bin wns uiult'iiicntli  hlm, Jim hml; inoHt of thu roof tuf  with him im ho went In, lie imt  awhile to flguro ont whnt wiih lrunir.fi,  IIIHIlU   ai'AW-    I...)    iVVt    U..������   l.li .    i,������   \.<J  much tlllnkltig. 'I'lien, 'Hellol' ho yells,  Old Sfolty wnH it clfopoi* from way  biielt, but tlilu woke him up.  " 'llullo!' Hays ho, 'Wim'oi' matter?'  ���������Mini hiiw be wivi't moro 1ln������n hnlf  nwnlio yol, no h* * iyi������, 'Why, I wiih  itp ..ti th" Muff t\- ���������. fii'otiy, nml, Boiling it WIIH micli u ubort llUtllllCU, i  ilifm������lit IM drop In!*  ���������"Aw rlV gi-tintfd Rcotty. 'Mnko  yVrK f liomti,' and with tbnt ho rolln  0\ ������������������!'.  ".llm couldn't valt for rooming, nud,  tlni'igh hhi !i.|; wus pretty biully  f|>iiiinr.i. h't nnide the trip nil (lie uuy  \.-'.:.-: ;:...- I:,*!! ;;.*.d '.i'.'I ti.i up to tAI  ty. linw tioM itmiK 1broi!i?u l''ergu������*ot������'H  n.nt' und tin: ���������'.d iiuui iiHlifd hlm lo  iiiij������<j liliii-'eir ul Louie. Next itinrnhig  tltcffl win* N*ot!y out In fnmt of l������U  cil.in, bin tlnunlw la hia vent holt**,  lool:l������g up.  '* 'Wluit'n tbo mutter, Rcnlty-J" my* I.  "���������Well, I wbdit you'd tell nro whnt  In tbe u������iuo of (M wvnt ibromih tlii*  Tf a suTiaen~flie"box made a TTOTTQTcT"  (hofout into the air, and Seotty felt  they were falling. 'XJod sakes!' he-  nays to himself. 'What's next, I won-  3er?' Then they hit the water below  ulth a korliap that nearly telescoped'  Scotty nnd sent tho spray (lying. Aft���������  ������r that they went along smooth again.  'Well,' Days Scotty, 'I don't, know  whore I am, nor who 1 am, nor what's  buppoucd, ttor who's lt, nor nothing,  ibout this game, So fur I ain't been  'uti't, though, and I might just as well  ile down nud get a little more rest.'  "it waa bivad dnylljjht wben he  tvoko'up ngniii, aod a mau wan look-  'ng Into the liox. 'Hello, ptirdncrl' ha  itiys. '1 hopo you'vo Iind a pleasant  lout'iiey. Do you1 always travel thls<  ������������������way T  ���������"Seotty raised up and found his  craft wns uground, high and dry-no.  water within a hundred feet of it;  On ono side wn3 quite a little town.  ���������"Say,' eajH ho, 'could I troublo you  to toll mo wbore 1 am, friend?'  " 'You'ro at Placervllle,' unswors the  othor.  " 'l'laeorville!' yollo Scotty. 'And I  wont to sleep at Cutter's mill, sixty-  live miles 1'roni horol What aro you  (i'lving tin, timn?'  " 'I'm putting It to you straight,* snys  tho stranger. Tako a look around  you.*  "Scotty looked, and thoro was all  kliuli) of wreckage from n doad boot  wil tor to a wbcolbnrrow.  "'What hi nation's nil this?' says ho.  "'Wniihout,' snys tho mnn. 'Cloud-  buret up on tho dlvldo-worst wo'vo  over hnd-your box In about high  water mitrk-you seo thoro was wntor  enough for iiwhllo-I reckon you'ro  about tho only thing thnt camo through  nllvo.'  '"Woll, wouldn't Hint lcnoclt you?'  pnjs Pcnlty.  ���������������\VliIl*������ tbo rost of tho folk nt ������ho  mill wiih tnlilim to Iho high p'ouml for  their lives, \������'ltlt tho wnlor ronrlng ond  lenriiig through the gulch, Scotty hnd  ,c"."'*������rj.  a <.r*:'tSiff\*  iS'-*������M  pj-osn'.r'i  *l.������v^ijri>3  ���������.-w:lft-:'5lr'l!  ,���������-' r'. ���������'.������.'.W5*-f  \%BLYm\mm  Weft WM  ieotch W  The HUDSOMS' BAY CO  TO THE PUBLIC  Sole Agents for 8 C  We solicit���������j'oursiTBscriptioirtp  the Cumberland Nkws, a week  lyjournal, published in the city  of Cumberland and having a  subsfaiitiial circulation through  various paris of British Columbia  This journal- will contain iu  formation aud news concert!ing  the great Comox agricultural dis  trict, and places of importance.  We also beg to draw your attention to the fact that we conduct oue of thc best equipped  jobbing plants ou the Island, aud  are prepared, at reasonable rates  to do first class printing of every  description, from a lady's visiting card, au up-to-date menu or  programme to a mammoth poster.   JyUgal stationery a specially.  Mail orders will receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cum brigand  Puhushing Co.  ^������.J,.T..Jo.UJ���������J^J������J..'[.  Every Tool  For tho  Farmer.  W-H-H-l-H-H-fr  Prices   and  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co. wd-  H.  S* ROLSTON,   Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������. C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, Q. C.  OLD   NKWSI'APEUB   FOR  SALE ATT1IK Nkws OKFIOK  Scoiitsjiur HUNDUIiD.  25  NOTKJiS.  Hidinfi on lociunolivoH nnd mil  wny enrs of tlio Union flolliery  Oompauy hy any jierHon or pur  8iiiH-s-xuiipt ruinuri'W���������h' fltricily  prohibited. KtnploywH >-ro suli-  ifjc todibini^iil foi'nllowing hhiu-  Hy ordor  KlUNflH  f).   LlTTIK  MiMia/,<u*.  it*'-'\'< -i'-'HSV-V  '   mm  ik.vbJAfcmtl  ^"���������TrS '���������' .  W$&*W$  ��������� ���������������������������'���������!,w'i|i'.|i!WCiV,,i,,.  The splendid Perchorou Htollion  "JUST   4"J734"  (Color, Buy.   Woi(jht, 1615.)  Sec   i'ostei'B   for Route to hegiu  AlMilL 3rd, 1008.  B. Ckawfoud, Courtenay.  Terins,    $2Ft  linwui-ane������  mmmm.m.m^mm.rm.iv.mi'mKiw.m  bi-mmm������������m9 wm\tw*WM   99&M������wmmm������mwm9  CUMBEBUSD   PIIMT    |  Get your Job Printing  done at thc News.  5  W    en*amta  nimm Mwmwiirwii  ���������X.Q'  mme\e< www nm  Pa!nt1n������������ Pwpof Mnnarln������, KalMomln  Intf, ������l������n Ptilntlujr, Bugg.s   Pnlntlns*  Prioa fcwowo than Blnowh. ra Good WorlunMiHhip  Pnlnt Shop Noxt Aurloultur.il Hall  I CHAS HERAPER,   ���������  0  Courtenay, 8. C.  wmmmw&miKm999  .(���������.j^]..j..[..j.,j..j..j������I������JmI..5������j������j..JwJ������[.^j..{������j<  ;:Cumber!artd Livery  lm& Feed Stable,..  i in)\. *V- -V-.-4        IC***  ,\i~}\ .  .. .... -..   vA      iig.  /  mij-.  ���������'b'hot In oatlom<s(dl Otlst" tout he.  poiiri'fully roiil* off lu hi* lltllu Umt  down Hu* irwli nnd, InstMd of nolnit  vvor tl.o ropldri, whoro lio'd hnvo l*et*u  iiuui'. for nil hU hick, tho Imx nmhloti  thi'iiimli tho (luino limy wns huUdliut  fur iln* iii'w mi:i,  Of courwo there w.i.'i  'A., ������������������ t.:*,-.��������� (,:>-r V.io till! r:t''t*, li'lf 1h"t  imilu't hint l.im miu'h. uud nflor h������  t .il.nl I" tho iTiuUo of tlio di'uji until  lit gut tvri-Uvd ut 1'lacwrvilli*.  "'Conn! fttmn. friPiu!.' ������a>* Bcr.t'y  to Iho fill.'i' 'Vuu und nit* nn* BOhni  to hni'.' n lltlli* tlrlnli mi i'.iu, ft ll li  1lii������ hi!i| ,n t.' Anil t rM'kuri |������rol������til������ly  they innilo It hvo. for when Heotty ir������������t-  bi.t It iigitiu li������ wm In it coQdllloii ttmt  HENRY'S N!.*RSER!ES. \ il:  Niav ������*i'(iwlrn In onr NuruvjIcM  foi tlio l''iiU tnuit*:���������  Ufl,nnn IVni'h, A|������rl<-ol, Nwiliii'Int'H,  Clin-  . ���������                  i * ���������. %  . i ,  t), * '*������'������������������, ���������    ���������>.,  - in ill Ifiidhn VHiiolifii.  100,000 Kniiill Kriiilu,  10,1X10OiiiiiiucntidTnifiH, in nil lo.itlliW  viirii'liosfor II. O.  Slrh'lly I nn n !irr>\������*n nnd net Hnhjo.'t to  ilitniiiKO li'uiu fiiiiiiK'i'ti1"!.  N'ni'lt nt HnlUi to nrnvii in Aiitftinl finiu  Jiipiin, l'rn en nnd liollnml-  l!oo Ha|i|ili������N, !������|irny 1'uiiif������, MooiU, Klo.  140-|inKetiATAI.(Mll)KKHKK.  wnnm^'m������m.mm���������m,  ,mii        ,    .1 1 n ,1  Opiq l.ouiuu, flcod TIouilo nnd   Poet  Oftlcu Adi'.nt i,  .1010 WKt.TMlNaTKaROAD,  JOHN   BKYDfcN  Proprietor  ',y|W'*J| 77������ii  (Ir-.d  I'luti'-l'iA   jlmrihi.  iWJv   'fJ 'I "I'li-'imid'.n.'iii.'iMt'B'tlm wiiiilo  xJr- 3V.1 "rvoim (".*;ili'i>i,   iriMlscit    invr  W*rvl������������������*i|li!:j(ltii i,|,i Vi.ii'ii. \'m;'s,%,,'!'���������  ou������ llrliilHil, Mruti.l mul 1-,'fi. l\'������rm  >>���������"  ., . "'.toliHi'il, lir-riotl |IV(i',M m. t im- '.'hi.'.. .S',,.,  j] I ���������miiJorWuwii'''!'* Ali'ni/i if Ai'iii'ni; hm,-.;r.,  ���������!��������� I w'lilmiro.  ImM tiy nil ili-iiinii.it,' f iiin.ii'.ii.i  .',   I  ��������� ' ,1,   ,.',      , '., r   ' r'*-l   1 f ' i'. ' , ;��������� v ,   ,��������� Vrt  "   ' tun Unifr,;.    Int. *vKHi t\*i_.������>cl.>������ Oo,  -/oi'iiH-o'ti tl'iot'-iwi') TaruriVJ,Or������U  r  *  Vancouver,  B.C  I'Ik ST ; CLASH  RK1S :01f :.\!J.  KINDS   t meemm*m*4a*m*mim%w*a*  wood  and Coal  1  \* DmiKinuir Av<nuc  Jcumhuruanh, h. v..  i+H*HJWHW*M-H������HH  Cook's C/Otto������ Root Compound.  _1*.-^,       Tlio f-r,��������� .1 V.  ii. ..'���������',,., 1     ,1,1,1  ir^ifV' iO-n'-v   >  1 in iiiiU ii'iutUn./  tUsuliiWfuM wl.|.;li ivomunoii)  _..,   iti'tifiiil.  fcMIn Unco fU'irne*  S*t    IU fll'l'limll  -Nl. 1, ������l|   NO   1  ./^r-llii'1h'liti.'">Vi'!iriii'|inV:J'iiri.  i/y   v> lu(h'ljii'i;iiHniimw*, Wi No. J\  *���������'     ������'   for ipmtiil (...inn, Kt pur ho<  ���������(.j^J   Mil In* 11O lIlilH,''. U nr l*".l>  op<wWf.������nrNBCfl,  iifini, I   I.-.  .v. \\ el pt  Fiiic{'iinit>ii1o|.. Ail���������'"Mi  Ui.TtiliiNTO.tlHt. tluriwlj Win  l, et Dijua.   ��������� YW  lM\  CJi'U, l,ri|:htiiii iif C������iuit������'i'i'V i.iiit  on lifitid n lino llnu of lm^'iw,  wMjrniih, run! fni*inlit(4 iinicliincry,  Mr, r.ei^liton in hjjimiI f"ir Mc-  I.miglilin (iimr Uii^'giisf. Thi'ao  <iei������irou������ r*. rtf'W'wfr tinylinii^ ill  tliU lino iiltuiild ice bi. ���������t������r.i'k hn-*  foii< luiyiii!! i'Im'-wIutk, OorR(*  1,1'i^htDtl Ci.MI'UllilV  l>. ". ��������� ������J..WU..HWIJUWJ.I... *~ ���������,  ������*������.  THE NEWS, CUMBEltLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��������� ., WEDDING GIFTS..  ������  At Stoddart, the   Jeweler  Vou hav������  a Large Stock to Select Prom,  Cut Glass, Sterling Silver I  %%m*mmaammnm.*tm%%a%mmmemm^m%etmtmt'^^  ..are the right goods for wedding gifts..  JMBERLAND TAILOR'  S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  from $20 to ������35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  FOR SAlX  One 3J horse power Gasoline  Engine, complete, with  reversing  utch, also propeller and shafting.  For particulars apply to C. Grant,  Cumberland, B, 0.  Funeral Direc-  9  tor  and   Em-i  balmer  Miss Harriet.Horbtirv returned  *i     ������������������'--.     J.  from Nanaimo On Riiday. ';  A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warrai  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  the entire system.  LOCAL  Miss C. McDonald, left by Saturday's boat for Nanaimo.  The Steamer "Otter" took the  placo of the City of Nanaimo on  lust weeks run, the latter being  disabled.  The Misses Roannnaand Lillian  Wall, daughters of W. II. Wall,  rnnnngoi of No. 7 inino, have received tho appointment to vacnn-  o.it'fl in tlio Cumberland School  caused by tho resignations of Mis-  f.e,A Strang and Sinilli,  Mr. Duncan Thomson returned  last Wednesday ufier two weeks  visit to Vancouver,  Victoria and  Seattle.   o   Supt. F.D. Little Mrs. and Miss  Marguerite Little, were in town  last week.  TILE OLD STORY  The familiar quotation voicing  the partiality lor old things. "Old  friends, old books, old wine" finds  au echo in the heart ot every good  housewife. Household articles  that have stood tho test of time  carry their own recommendation  of merit. Gil let fa Lye, Gillett's  Cream Tartar, Magic Jinking Powder, lioyal Yeasr Cakes and other  Gillott products have beeu before  the public for over 50 years, and  they were novor moro popular than  today. Competitors have entered  the Held and substitutes have been  offered but thoy have all receded  before the sterling worth of thoso  standard necessities,  House Raising Ee>  hewing   ::   Foundations!  Carefully Attende    to.     0  S .Cumberland, B. C. ������  ������ $  mine we were not Bo very far out'  of the way,  ���������'Not supply and demand, but  knowledge of supply and demand  makes prices, and the trouble"  has been in the past the absence  of knowledge in regard to our  timber resources, and the lack of  knowledge still works against  Our work of reform. During the.  last few years the knowledge has  increased and the result has been  that prices have risen as it became known that the supply was  less than had been supposed."���������  Dr. B. E. Fernow, Dean of   the  FOR SALE.  One "Steel Beauty"Hay Press;  Bails, handy bails from  100 to 150 lbs; or trade, same for  cows. Also farm for sale.  Apply to Thos. Pearson Cumberland, B. C.  t      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA. =   i"  Capital. 83,900,000  Kkshrvk, $4,300,000  Assets,   $46,400,000  Deposits, 833,700,000  The Ladies'Aid of St. George's  Presbyterian Church, intend hold  ing a sale of work in  October,  Particulars later.  NOTICE.  PMulty~of~Forestiy, University  of .Toronto, at annual meeting of  Canadian Forestry Association,  1908.  -m-   me .���������  lf. M, S, Shoai-wator has been  in Coinox harbor for tliopa^t week,  Jt i/i roportcd that on the arrival  of another nuiii-of-war���������which is  ���������o.j'Ctfd in Coniox to-day���������that  oilh'i'i'S find men of both ships will  hold athletic npnrts at that placo.  Montreal, .Inly 9A���������C. P. R,  curlings for the week ending July  21 do.:roiiHotl 8525,000.  Minn Winnie Anthony, returned  lioine by iS. S. l^uiion City yesterday.  Wo have received from Mr. and  Mrs, 1!, Mellado 11 beautiful  bouquet uf rosos,   mignonette nnd  All'parties owning cows aro.here-  by notified that all bells must  be  removed from cows during prohibited hours,  otherwise  the pound  By-Law will be enforced.  By order of tho City Council.  ��������� A.HgKinnon,  City Clerk.  = .Money Orders *== 9  Rates. ���������  ������5andunder^      -      -   -\-" 3 Cents ���������  Over   $5 and not exceeding $10 6 Cents It  Over $10 and not exceediug 830 10 Cents T  Over $30 nnd uot exceeding $50 15 Couts X  These Money Orders are payable without  cost in iftiy   Chartered ���������  Bank in Canada. i  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.      *  |      "    a. B. NETHERBY,   Makagek.      f  994>09994>99999994fej4)99 ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������^���������������������������^  New York���������Richard Croker declares that His Majesty Iving fid-  ward VII. would make an admiral ruler for the entire world.  Mr. Croker, according to an interview given to the London correspondent of the Times, will return to this country in cthe autumn to take part in tha elections and work for the return of  -B rvanr��������������������������� "���������  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlAOE TO   O^DER RfiD  IN flfllY STYLkH YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  C U M B ERUN' D,  B. C.  ���������^������^fr^j-j**y*^*y*^-������|4^|^*^t|������^i^ ^^I^^I^I^**!**!**!^!*^**!*^**!**!**!**!**^**!**!**!*^  TO THE PUBLIC  ;* We beg to inform the Public of Cumberland aud District that T  j* on April 20th we purchased the milk business of Mr. S. Piercy ������  **of Sandwick, and are prepared to deliver pure milk daily, also "r  .  butter, eggs aud other farm produce.    With  careful   attention i-  we hope to retain most of Mr. Piercey's old customers. Xm  awi'o  jl.'UK,  .-.*-  A iivw  tailoring   bufdnusH Iiuh  boon f't'i'tcd in Hit. Willni������y Block  uul will be known it������ Cumberland  Tiiih >��������� Kh.'.j-t, S. fi;:.ka propri-  <.���������������������������.!', Thu new ui'ui is propurud  tu do i'.'.I I'orl.s of tailoring nt  roiiKoii.i'ole prices.  .'>!(.       il ,    lll!|l.  .Ii|    W|      w:,..       ,,,lU,U|l|0  Umi1*. & Stationary Co., i������ paying  Ciiiiib"Hand it lii^iiitS"'   visit.  V, **    1            .iii-        1 .      1 r 1  ���������' *   *     >    '���������..    ...     ......������,.,  litis Inflight out M r.  \V, IlnviiianV  Illfi'-rvBt 111 tho Nt.li   ! !vt.'i*y^!i,b!,t,  1 ii<i    1 rum    tlio    fir-it    of    the  mouth .'.ill hi. kiiuHiiuit Maxwell j forc ,8y9 prjces weuf, ���������p an  iV ir.ru.l. Tho t������*.v fir*.,, -aill dou,uw��������� from ycar t(J yoai.( ,JUl 0  I'Viny thing to please the  puhlj  I ivory mul ti.*!iiiniig will bc promptly utti iidtd to.  FOU SALIC.  A much, 1mill ��������� from lown, JO.'l  H'T(  ,, JrtU'lJy  tlt'lUed.     I'm)*    ptli't'lC  til-.r*������ fl|������;dy to ll,   Jloru.nl, Cum  bcihtiid, M, C.  TIMBER   FAMINE   HAS  BEEN HEltE FOR SOME  YEARS, DR. J'ERNOVV  THINKS.  "We have been talking ior 26  years on the subject of a proba  ble timber famine, aud some time  ago I was asked where was that  predicted timber famine ? I said  'You have been asleep; it is on  us already, for when prices rise  continuously nt n rapid rate there  must be u famine.' Not an ul-  solute absence of material, but  an increase of prices makes a famine: and the prices have riscu  very steadily, us you see.  "This more or less horizontal  line," referring to ti di ij>raiu exhibited nt thc meeting, ������'indicates the prices before 180,9,  while this rapidly ascending  curve represents the prices since  that year, and from tho character  of thc curve you can see that  this ris" in prices will go on, ns  may also be predicted from other  data, I assure you. livery year  j "��������� i ������������������; J"-" l*<��������������������������������������� j"-' "-���������-' *-������<-  U'l y.tlii   HWud  I'.OOi    )tJ(l   did tils.  yeat bulore. Have yon no inter  est in that ? It seems to me  they have. Everybody must  ii.ivc .tn iiiU-iesl in n, ut cause ll  touches his pocket.  "There is unotbir point I wish  to make, namely, that, while bc  d  the whole n������m:iliif d lovol, from  the year 1899 prices 0/ nil grades  of wood began nn upward course.  What is the reason? ��������� * * The  explanation is simple. Iu 1899  thc data collected by (he United  States Census regarding supply  aud demand of forest pioducts  became known, which showed  that in predicting tbe timber ft  'LIVING YET DEAD.  There are dead men in onr orders  who will not bo buried. They pay  their duos, draw their benefits, and  remain dead to the order. Tlm now  members do not know them, the  hustlers havo forgotten them, and  they do not ovon attend tho "free  feed" nights, Thoy aro dead, logically dead, but the fraternal law  will not allow them to bo buried.  You cannot suspend, expel or drop  tlieiu, and they will not drop tliem-  aclven, or even tnmlilu to tho fact  that they are dend. Thoy could not  tell tho secret work from a sitlo of  beef, nnd yet, Heaven preserve us!  these are members in ''good standing."���������Exchange,  BASE BALL.  On last Sunday, a baseball match  was played at Comox by Little  liver teams and "mixtures" which  roBi.ltod in th;i following  Hcom: ll to 21 in favor tho Mixtures.  King Edward of Britain is the  most popular man and ruler'in the  world. If all countrios wished to  appoint a universal president he  would be the man chosen. , Uo is'  broad and he plays the whole  ganio. He is au all-around gentle-'  man. He understands tho poor  tipster in the two-bob ring as  well as ho understands the rich.  "Are the Irish oppressed as  lunch as ever Mr. Croker," asked  the .interview..!''.... "You can say  for nie, replied the former bosp,  '���������that J resent the charge that the  Jriiih aro severely oppressed; and  you know that I know Ireland.  Why there is more freedom in  Ireland than is iu tlie city of Now  York."  Abe & hom  4.  *hM**.H~H"M.**'H"H-*4-H-H' ^^^-HHH-I^H-H^^^H^H^H*  f)  CUHBEBLAHD  iBKS  CD  'AIHT  ������9  ft  (Ai  Painting, Paper HangrirtR., Kalsomin:  ing*, Sign Painting, Busii'y Palntlnjj.  Price Lwocro than Elsowliora Good Workmanship  Paint 8Eop Next Agricultural Hall,  td  'i  9  Tlio niitgistrato looked severely  at the small rod-faced nian who  had been Huiiinionod hoforo hum,  who i-otiirnod his ga/.o without  llinchiiig,  "So you kicked your landlord  down stairs?" snld the magistrate.  Did ymi iinagitie that wns within  the rights of u teiiiint.("  "I'll bring my lease iif and show  it to you," said lliu littlo man, grow  ing still re,Idor, "and I'll wager  you 11 ugroe wiili mu tliiil nuywiiing  they've lorgoliuu to proiiibit un  that loasti I had a right to do tho  very Hrst good cliutico I got."  FIRE AT NOIITI-IKIELD.  ilr. Jas. Parrot, who was burn  tti out a fow months ago at tin*  Half Way House is suiforing whit  might well bo termed hard luck.  After tho i'i ro at tlio Half Way,  ho made oiTiuigemonls to occupy  tho building known as tho Illakely  hoarding house. Thotnuinlerof tlie  liconso bus boon arnuigod for and  the place fitted up for au hotel,  about a thousand dollars in oil being spent on tho interior.  This morning about !i o'clock  tho house was completely destroyed by fire. It is not known how the  firo originated lint tho cnttso is  believed lo bn incendiary.���������Nun.  aimoFreo l'resi, July 25. 11)08,  I CHAS HERAPER,   -  -    Courtenay, B. C.  SALE  JEWELRY,   WATCHES,  WARE,    LEATHER    and  TABLE  FANCY  SILVER-  GOODS.  S^" We intend to do some deep cutting.  A choice  .'CUES  business  g) for everyone to profit at this sale, WATCHES  I JEWELRY and CLOCK REPAIRING a business  (| with us.    All work Guaranteed.  ������ at IV D. MoLEAN'S I  ^^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^^������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������^���������^������������������^^���������������������������������������������^���������^  BTJTOHIEIK; SHOP'  Whoro aro you Roi'iH? I nm stoinc to tlio Comix Co-opomlivo Monk  Murlsot, whoro I o.m got ix Nioo, Tondor, Juioy Uoiistot Mont; No Bono,  All Mont.  o  i>  it  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager,  ���������������������������������������������������������������$*���������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1  Her Majesty is very fond  of visiting tho tonaiits at Sand-  ringhatn, and somo time ago she  had an amusing convocation with  it poor old wmiwn wlio was busy  diriiiugnto !,i't;.'H. Tliiiikingtoput  tlio old In*',* *i< h'*i <'"-i'. the Qilei'li  Kitid; "I iim "itiv vim ������������������niinot heel  11 pair of st.it'ktiiir. a.* ijuickly as I  can."  ������������������Oh, so the K tig wears *tnck  iug^, do 'v'i" asked the dame in  hiirprin',"OitIy )'o-\ uu' tue, mum,  who n,"lids awn-king*, known whnt  tiMiiblo had olet* men do make in  tlieu -eels."  The iinest tho world pi'odui'es���������  ltidgways, the tea of q mil ity: Sold  bygroeoi's every where.  -���������-' "<������������������������������������  KOR SALI-���������A votuitf milfih cow  irood milker apply to John Urqu-  hart, Coni'tentiy, It. C.  ltidgways, a tea with a reputation���������known for nvor seventy  yours���������Sold by good grocers every,  where.  MAROCCHI BROS.  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  ANH PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  1  BALL ROOM" CHIME.  Now York, July 5i7,-~Iii viow  of more than 11 hiiniijed per* lis iu  a bull room at }h*.������ Fort Lows ry  Hotel, Ihttli licitch, ]>rook]}ii,  John Hiiiinnh shot 115 yonr old  Augusta Wahi, with whom lie wns  in 1'ivo, an I Ralph Muiu il'l ymn  with whom * 1. ditiu*i*d. When  he hiwl aetm the victims full lie  turtiwl tho revolver upon hiiiHelf.  Ilo diid iihiio**! hftaiitly.  Agents for Union Hrewiug Oompniiy's BEER and  PORTER,     Wholesale Dealers in nil Kinds ot  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND     STREET  I  [EET I  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Siddall,   The   Tailon,  Hns opened Husiness in McLeod's Store,  ^���������^������������������������0#������>*9������'l*0*#������������^������>f*l'������*^***44****ft^<'^*0*i

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