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A Journal Devoted Bspeclally, to the Interests of Comox District./
The News, Seventeenth Year,
SEP 37 fOfig-
���CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   SEPT. 22, 1908
X
NEW FALL GOODS
Now Showing
At The BIG STORE
Millinery, Pattern Hats, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Sailors, Feathers, Wings, Quill*; Fancy Hat Pms,
Silk, Net and Cashmere Blouses, Heatherbloom Underskirts in ail colors, Cloth Mantles, Cravenette Raiu Coats,
Ladies,' Misses' and Children's Winter Underwear. Large
assortment of Umbrellas and Rubbers. See our splendid
stock of "Sovereign'' Brand Clothing���suits ranging from
ro to 427. Full Fall Line of Gent's Furnishings, Hats
and Caps. Largest and most Up-to-Date Stock of Boots
and Shoes in the District Further shipments of new
goods arriving by every boat.
SiMON"EEISEE-<Sr CtarLtitr
Dunsmuir Avenue
Cumberland, B.C.
RANCH
Ranch on the Roy Road of
87 ACRES, 7 of which are
cleared: 4 room house & barn
price   $2,000
ENQUIRE OF   P. P. HARRISON,    IMr
BARRISTERAT LAW
CUMBERLAND
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NEW  GOODS
NEWGOODS NEWGOODS
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We are now opening up for Pay-day Saturday nex
Sept. 19th a complete Range of New Goods for Fall. Hav.
ing bought direct from the manufacturers we are able to
give you better Prices than you can possibly buy elsewhere,
W itli enlarged premises we are now aiite to carry a much
larger stock than formerly and to otter you a better and
larger seleetion.
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9   ��BBST OOOOa AT
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Dress Good*,   New Flannelette*,   New Walking Skirt*,
New Hosiery,    New Underwear,    New Winter
Blottccx,  Hew Blankets, etc etc.
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J. McPHEE &   ONS,
Dnusntnir Avtnne Cuniberland, II. C.
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THE' jffiGflET
CASH  STO^E.
FOR
Entertainment.
Miss Maude Undcrhill, of Victoria B, C, arrived iu Cumberland
hy .Monday's boat and gave a recital in Cumberland Hall in the
evening whioh was fairly well patronised. Miss Underbill in an excellent reciter and was fully up to
all promises and ovory selection
she gave on Monday night was
well received.
To-night Tuesday, MiBsITiidorhill
will present a vory charming Monologue intitled "Old Maid and
Matron" in eight scones with
complete change of costume for
ench scone. It will hu tiuiquoftti<l
interesting lis it follows the lifo of
a mo lorn society girl from child
hood to old ago,' Wednesday
evening she will give xn entertainment in Courtenay.
COMOX FAIR.
An account of tho Comox pair
a.id prize list will ho published in
our uoxt tonne, Mr Ball, the Secretary being unable to havo tlic
prise lint reaily for present inane.
The cash prizes will amount to
870-MJO Inside* douatioiiB of goods,
We are officially informed that the
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��� M>vi.i��t4Uii   um*   viimiiiu    lilii'io   lu
tnooL nil Jcuuui-Ja and to ��|mro.
The annual meeting will ho held
iu about three weeks and will take
tho form of a aochl evening, tho
pme money lo w <in>tnbuU'il on
that occuaiou.
DIED      ������*���
Wo regret to havo to announce
tho sudden doath lust Snndny afternoon of Mr, J. E. lliggina, of. Wall St., wero handed a
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Subscription $2.00 a Year, <���.#$*%
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THE CORNER STOReI
THE CORNER STORE
We have the only Gent's Furnishing Store in
towu. So dou't forget that we carry everything in that line. Our Fall Shoes have just arrived in all shapes, styles and sizes. We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear,Hats,
Caps, etc. So DON'T FORGET TO GIVE
THE CORNER STORE A CALL.
I      IV     Pl-Ol   POPl     Dunsmuir'Avenne,
���J... 1.1.  I IV'LwL'Vl^, CUMBERLAND, B.C.
navy to catch him; he was imported into Courtenay. at a enormous
expense he has six wives  in  Vic
toria; six in Vancouver and sixteen
in. Zanzibar, and all the old maids
of "Cpiirtenay' wantwfto marry IfiinT
Poor 'Uli Iii," we extend our
sympathy.
The gentlemen selling the white
diamond emery stones did a flourishing business most of tho day;
oven the farmers who had .dull
jack knivos thought he was all
right; but he did the business just
the same,
The motor cars did good business carrying passengers betwoon
Cumberland and the Fair grounds
and back, showing that the people
are patronizing the more iip-to-
dato mode of.travel.
The firm of Brown & Co Ltd of
bill for
Coinox. Mr. Iliggins had but
lately returned from Vancouver to
resume ranching on his property
at Coinox.
WE ARE  BUSY  INSTALLING   OUR     NEW   DRY
GOODS     AND      MEN'S
FURNISHING
Look Out For Our Ad Next Week.
CAMPBELL  BROS.
DUNSMUIR AVENUE
*, tho enormous sum of 25c Uio other day; tho firm is evidently doing
a great business.
A committee of the G. T. and
M. I. S. held a meeting at Mr. L,
Dunham's houso on Wednesday
night and it was moved by V,
Shopland, seconded by M, Ucob
that the old maids think thoy are
smart regarding last debate, but
tbo Bachelors nro going to read tip
a bit; so old Maids beware.
Tho hammer throw was good
showing that thuruare soiucntrong
men in tho valley, Mr. Forsyth,
of tho 0. P. R., Biirvey being an
easy first while K. Griuvo was an
easy laat; but cheer tip Iv you will
do bitter next timo.
A dnnco followed at tho eloso
of tho fair and a nio.'t enjoyable
evening wan spout,
Mi*�� Flora Mellado left by S. S.
Queen ('ity Tiieaday on a vhit, to
Victoria and Seattlo.
Mr. and Mra. II. Creech left hy
Fut -MlayV buaton a visit t<> Vicioii;.
nud Sound eitie*.
Mr��. Joint 'thomaon  rfctnrnc!
from Niuiuiiim hy  Fri nf* b��ai.
Mra. D. R  McDomtld left by
[Vr.��'i v'- h ���; f.jr \"i ii.iii,
Valley Notes.
The fidr wiih n great aitcecss,
thero boiup k fair diaptay of live
Mock on thu ground. Mr. Shoj-
Iniul carried off the Shwldiut pi p
with honor*'.
Tlic i-Hiftlov r��f ��irnilni��i�� wit*   tin* I
up to iU former murk, hut whnt
waa shown waa 11 credit to tlm val-
ley. The fancy work got grout
praise, thoro being a nice diaplny
which allowed t! at tho Old Maid*
havo Iki'ii bnay for the \mt few
tt'ei*k*.
The horae raeo waa one of tl e
principal event* in tho aprii-,
.lack McKenxio Comox coming
in ait ea*y winner. j
The aide t.I��t>v���� mm wull pain*
uixel. Uioy lining  -MiiM'tliiug  ii'v,
li-*n\ Ihe ptiiHipd one U-ing 'II
Kitheiiiily miu  if An .lu."     I
�� .��!.  ih"  x\\i.h it   ;'.tf   I',  I  1,
Sale of Work
Tho Ladies aid of St. George*
IWhyteriaii Church will hohl
their annual sain of w��-Tk in tin-
Ciinihfi'liiiiil Hall on Tiieaday Oct.
Stltl-
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Fuuc
Ornauimitul,
nffi'i'M
IHOH,   I'nwc'v
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miit ul'inlf* urtii'ti'u u'tlt   tic
for   f'Ao.
Ucfroflimuutri will lie ��erv��d
during tho afternoon, and Mip|tur
from nix U eiyht.
'}"���:,.      TENDERS
T-mders are called for the fencing of tlie Union ."& Coinox Hospital grounds; The fence is to bo
of dressed pickets in front, uud
half way clown each' side- Size of
picket to be three feot, and ono
foot baseboard dressed; also dressed
posts, to be snuk two foet deep.
The back fence and balance of tho
sides to bo a six foot board fence,
including base, with cedar post?
sunk two and a half feet deep. For
further particulars apply to Mossra
L Mouuco, T. F. Haggart and Dr.
Gillespie. Sealed .Teiuletd to be*,
addressed to L. Mouuce, Cumber,
hind, B. C.
Tho lowest or any tender not
necessarily uccoptod.
ALEX.'S0MRItnUJfir
Secretary.
FOR SALE
Gasoline launch 20x5 ft with !t
H, V, Adaiiin motor. Harlow ad-
juslablo canopy. Cork tilled cushions, two anchorfl wrenches and
tools, soats ten pooplo, a fino sea
bout. Speed fl knots, cost $150.00
will coll for #800,00.
Apply to Box 23*1 Nanaimo.
B. 0.
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.NOTICE
Wo hog to inform the publio
of Cumberland and district that tbo
Livery Stable known as the Star
Livery Stable, ai Minted at corner
of third fitruoland Penrith Avenue,
is tho property ami stock of Max.
well and Hornal, ami that wo hav*
uo conuuelion with uuy other atahla
iu Ctimhorhind, nuy person advor-
tiiing iih an buing out of hiiaiuea*,
to help thoir own purpoao. or any
or nny other poraiui,a purpoae,
will Ito liable to pnmeeution. Wo
aro here to stay.
Maxwkm, a Hobnai,
Al ih. 1. t), McU'hu arrived
home Inat week aftor a pond ing a
few daya with Dr. mid Mra. Law-
rciice, of Varcotiver,
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MAROCCHI BROS*^
GROCERS   &   BAKERS
AND PROPRIETORS OF
CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS
4*..
AjieiiU for Union Brcwitty I'onip.iu)'* Mil.A .md
1V1RTKK.       Wh'dciil ��� lM-il-r-4  i.i ill Kiid;of
Wiius ana l.iqtiori.
SECOND    STREET
*} trrr vfws. r-Tj^rR^wT^vh .p~tttsit counmYA*.  ftff Cumberland Nbw8  Issued  Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  This paper will not hold itself,  jfo*>]������on8iblo for the opinions of other-., ns may appear in its columns  irom tiiiHr to time.  TUESDAY,   15SEPT.  MAGISTRATE SPEAKS FOR ZAM-BUK  Magutrate I'erry, of Goldfields, B.C, believes in making a  good thing known. Writing of Zam-Luk, the great household  balm, he says:���������."After a very lair trial J have pruved Zam-Buk  eminently satisfactory. In my case it cured a ekiu rash of five  tears' standing which no doctor had been able to do any goat  for. I woald certainly encourage any person to keep Zam-Buk  in hit home." The magistrate isquite right. Evety home needs  Zam-Buk! Unequalled for cuts, burns, bruises, eczema, blood  poisoning and all skin diseases. All stores and druggists sell it at  50 cents a box.  Sure cure for piles.  DON'T NEGLECT THAT SORE!  A Chicago man has just died from blood poisoning arising from neglect of a small sore. Don't  neglect a cut, a patch of eczema, or an open sore  of any kind. The air is lull of poison germs,  waiting to start up their evil results in neglected  sores, wounds, etc. In Zam-lluk is safely. Zam-  Buk is so highly antiseptic that applied to sny  skindiseasc or injury it makes blood poisoning impossible. In using1 Z.un-l!uk you have three  processes gning on at once fur Zam-Buk is healing  soothing and antiseptic.    Try it without  delay.  A GENUINE OFFER.  TEST ZAM-BUK AT PUB EXPENSE!  We appreciate the position taken by the man ot woman who  '"gays:.���������" If your preparation is what you claim, you should  have no objection to letting us try it before spending our money  on it." To every person taking this view we say, send one cent  stamp (to pay return postage) and name and date ol this paper  to Zam- Buk Co., Toronto, and we will mail you a fre������ trial box  of Zam-lluk. Zam-Buk is purely herbal, suitable for the delicate  skin of little children, yet powerful enough to heal chronic sores  of long years' standing. All druggists and stores, 50c, per beat,  3 for $1.35.  It may interest our many rcad-  ������rs who purpose buying a new  ���������'loel Kanjje in the immediate future to know there has been placed  .11 the���������markoi a beautiful Range  nr.mod ������������������Snsk-alta.'>  This name was chosen from a-  mong 20,000 sent in by various  contestants, and of course, is a  contraction of the two provinces  "Saskatchewan"  and    "Alberta*'  Tho construction of this range  indicates that if we wish to iind  rock- bottom merit in a stove, we  must.go to the manufacturer who  has experience, the capital and the  brains*  The McClary Manufacturing  Company, Head Office, London,  and brandees in all leading centres,  aro the largest manufacturers of  Stoves and Ranges in the British  Empire. This Company is national in its scr pe, and tho name  "McClary,' has become a byward  for honesty and square dealing.  hg^mmij&*������sBm.y^  ' * J*,������������������}&������: u^*'l-^l^\Ji^Am^3mi^3imm*-t!*itStt**  ���������A-**^/i^SinT  Kspiniait & Nanaimo By  PROVINCIAL  The Sask-alta Steel Xiange conP  bines beauty with service, having  every known ordinary feature with  ������nch special and exclusive patented features as the following:  Automatic Lift Top and Broiler  iki'o.' -.'' .-ii1-       >'��������� 1 .'i������;ii-  "i<r f.iftv.    Direct  draft  at   front  find <>f siove,   which  removes all  ������.:igo:' af arms being  burnt    by  >otsetc.  Double Duplex Grates, which  can Vie removed at the front and  which can bo shaken separately,  theroforo .saving red fuel.  Koniily. attachable or detachable  Kei-'orvoir, which moans that with-  1 .lit tho aid of..hammer any person  can .'.filch a reservoir to thoir  ���������nlta '\. <go.  sorioH of advertisements ex-  '"io various features of  tlio Siisk alta in detail, will eom-  mouiv in this.paper forthwith.  Therio advortisniouts were prepared by A. A, Biggs, Advertising  , and placed  iMirgutwm,  London.  Somethlna About Thin Peculiar Rive*  In  tbo Ocean.  There Is a river lu tbo ocean. In  the severest droughts It never falls,  and in tho 'mightiest floods it never  o.verftows. Its bunks nud its bottom  aro of cold wuter, whllo Its current Is  ot wnrnt. The gxtlt ot Mexico Is Its -i  fountain, nnd Its mouth In In thc Arctic  seas. It Is the suit* stream. There is  !n tho world no other such majestic  ilow of wntera. Its current l-iinoro  rapid than the Mississippi or tin* Am*  asson nnd Its volume more thnn a tho*>  sand times greater.  It is believed that the warm water*  of the pulf stream are nowhere permitted ln tho oceanic economy to touch the  bottom of the, sea. Thero la everywhere tt cushion of cool wnter between them nnd tbe solid parts of the  earth's crust. , '  Now. cold water ls one of tba best  nonconductors of beat, but If tbo pulf  stream were tsent across the Atlantic  in contact with the solid crust 0J t"*������  earth, comparatively a gocxl conductor  of heat, Instead of bolng eent across ns  It Is, Jn contact with a nonconducting  cushion of cool water to feed It from  _thg_botto.m_._all it* beat would be lost  (CoiHi'uu'cd.)  In the flrst part of the way   and-tlie"  ���������oft climate of  France and England  would be as that of Labrador, severe  ln the extreme and icebound.  Macaroni Ilnroblt.  For macaroni rarebit take half a  cupful of boiled macaroni that has  been cut Into small pieces. Put half a  cupful of milk Into a saucepan, stir ln  quickly tho yolks of three ei'gs, a cupful of American cheese either grated or  broken Into small pieces, a generous  tablespoonful of butter, salt. pepiier  and lastly macaroni. Stir tho mixture  over tho flro until the cheese haa melted; then serve on hot battered toast  "That's nil;.mi hctp me nob!" Red  had a suspicion that there would I*  objections If she knew what UInd of t.  horse It was.  Ixfttls,  wlvo had  roomed  with   IU  overnight, was in the secret.  The horse nrrlveil. lending ver.  quietly, as Mr. Upton had mild. 1.  wns n buckskin, fat nnd hearty fron  long resting. Nothing .timid lietuon  docile than the pensive lower Up an  the meek curve of the neck. Nothin.  could be mow eoutradictoo' than thi  light of Its oyo, a brooding, balefr..  fire, ijuletly bitlln*,' lb) time.  "���������Scatter, friends:" cried lted as h.  put his foot In the stirrup. "Don't Ij  loo proud to take to timber!"  lie swung over int tightly as n tra  pcze performer, deftly catching h|.  other stirrup. The horse groaned nnt  shivered.  "Don't let blm get bla head down:  Col ding it!   Don't you!" screamed Mr  :e>.a.*vts,     psopeiet.  English 4 x BUHTUM alwuya ou Up also, the lamous MILWAUKEE  BliKHS���������Auheuatr, lkbtmian, Solnitz, &c. "OLDGHEY Bi������AH������"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Hoarding and Lodging Department, 111 der the immediate suoerlutendeace of Mrs  Davis, will ba toui.d Fint class in every renyect,  B  AT  VICTORIA  RATES,  $i 00 por day upwards.  iln  J.litiniufj  Mitii'.ii'i.'  !l   iz  '"'iU'V.  by McCou-  Atlvwrtising  tBjem, Hnlr unit Gowna.  Where a person lias hair of n dark  reddish hue and eyes almost black  thoy look beat tn a dark neutralized  oraugo or brown, where hair, eyea, skin  and costume blend ln a harmonious  wholo. On tbo contrary, If a person  has lustrous blue black hair aad eyea.  with cold grayish skin, not rich lu color, tbey will stand out If tlio costume  Js In harmony with steely blue or cold  gray.  Ite������4h>'f Iron*.  If you are Ironing with tho patent  bundle Irons aud using a gas range, it  Is a gocxl Idea to put a tin cover 00  top of tho Iron 110 It sits on tho Are,  The cover keeps the heat from escaping, ntul your Iron with Its help will  got hot much qtilckor. On a good hIsjlhI  bluao two irons of tilts klud covered  with a tlu or copper covor will boat ai  100a as ona  RBDU0EI8   THOSB  BAKING  HOURS!  Why have an oven  sufficient only for three  pies when "Sask-alta"  Range oven will take  four pics and othor  cooking? The more  baking space you have  mm.fh*A ion* fuel you une���������-tha lesfl work vou do.  * *������  Fuel and work are just about the main items  of oxponso in the kitchen. "Sask-alta"  Range saves both for you.  EOaiys  Utmra-t, lorante,Inemlram WtaoMtf-. Vmat.av.tr, ttJtin, naannaa\C*uri  Cm li* Tarbell, Local cAgent  Upton In \viId^xcTtt'inc-uf.~~~~~ ~""������������������  lied "throw, the bridle over tlie horn  of the saddle. "t!o It, you devil'."  cried he. And they went. Sis lev;  straight in tho air, (irr.t pass, 'l'be  crowd, scattered, aa iv.'.nested. They  hurried at that, lted gave the brute  the benefit of bin --r>0 as they touched  earth, anil his opponeut grunted wheu  lie felt the jar of lt. They rocketed  and rlcorbettcd; thoy were here, they  were there, they were everywhere, tho  liuckskiu Kt'iictillng like i\ pig und lighting with every ounce of the strength  Ihnt lay In his steel strung legs. The  tlust rose In clouds; JScd's hat (lew la  no time: hu was yelling like u maniac,  hnd the crowd was yelling like more  maniacs. Now and then n g'linps-e. of  he rider's face could be caught, trans-  ported with joy of the struggle; thou  llie dust would roll up and hide every  tiling. No ni'c was now t>lon������eil nt  tbo spectacle than the blacksmith. Ho  was capering lu tlio middle of thn  /oad, waving a hand hammer nnd  shouting: "Hold him down! Hold him  down! Why do you let him Jump up  iike that'/ If 1 was on that home I'd  Bhow you! Aw, thoro It ia again.  Stop him!   Stop him!"  At this point tho buckskin mudo  three onoroous leaps for tbo blacksmith, as though ho hud understood,  Tho smith cast dignity to tbo winds  and wont over the noarest fence lu tho  ntyto thut littlo boys when oo.th.tmg  call "stomach whoppor," or worda to  that offect, and took his next breath  two minutea later. Uo might have  laved tho labor, as tbo horae wheeled  ion onei'foot and pulled fairly for tho  picket fence opposite, Hod regretted  tho alisenco of herdors an thu t>harp  pickets loomed near. It won no timo  for rcgrotn. Tho horso Mas over with  hut littlo dnmiigo-a slight nrrutch;  enough to ronso hia tompcr. however,  for he whaled nwny with both hint!  feet, and parts of tbo fence luudod a  hundred feet off. Then a daub through  00 ancient grape arbor, nud thoy were  Ittat te view of thn road. Porno reck*  lent small boys scampered after, hut  tho majority profaned to trace the  progrero of tho conflict hy tlio nlnirlg-  Inal "Yorhoopu" that cuiuu from hoiiio-  where In behind the old Iioiihu*.  "Thoro they got" piped up a siirlU  toleo of tbe amull Iwy brigade. "Klgbt  tUraugb MM' Davlwoa lion coops! Voo  ought to eoo them hetiH Uy!" Th# triumphant 6lee l������ ln������yonrt tho reach of  wonlii. WnuiltnnwuH n..ua\vhlng vert-  QeU the reinark oa well as 11 feminine  voice urging n violent protrnt, cut  elinft hy ft ncrenm of torror, ami the  Hlniiv of & door. The Inhaliltaiila of  "Mrs' Davl������������������������" houno liiHtmitly op-  |l..'.U.''i U.i������>������i^.l  ..*'���������  ������,vi.t d</w?, .^.i, >..*.%  tb" etvoot  To Rliww tht> erratlcnlnens of fnto, no  r-eoaor had tbey rcncbH the road than  Ued'11 mount cleunid tho p.tnipet of tho  bridge Iu a tdngltt leap, a beautiful  leup, ami camo down upou thcui lo  Umi rimO.  All got out of tbo way but a thro*  yonr-olil, forBtotten In tbo exclten.eai.  Upon tbla amnll hid, fallen tlat In thu  rond, bore tbe powerful man and  borne. Tboo there were frantic crlw  of wumlng. Fifty feet butwimu the  yotingxtur and tbone maacllng hoofiv-  twenty-Hre! Tti������ crowd gnuped. '(be;  were blotted foi;eihi������r! Kot ao \  mighty I1.111.I hml Miotctwd the tm?  ���������way In thnt Inntaut nf ttmo, lie wn*  xafe AUd u'i-y Inlfg.iiu.t In ������ IkiwIIuc  huddled li'-np In 1 lie din 1 hy lb* rmtil*  Rlda, but ulntt f" li 'i..o ond rider  Tlie Imk-:., ..in Mil:- ..ot Died l������ mui  fuita, and wh.'1 :.od*������ wi'i^ht ii'it*  thrown to tbi- nm ior the reach In  mliiwd UH utrlde, mttiick bin feot tu  I in*Ui4.*r, mid down (hey went, wldkt tl  frxjl deeto dn������t upmag l8lo ibe alf h*-  ) at* expiimloa.  4;  ���������i)  4>  ���������ii  ������  Al  ���������9  4  The Right Price  *Za  -|-Fwn i tu-re-S torer  A '  1 Something o    the Move.  ::iiiu:������i])L:iii*titt:tiiniiiitiiUK{uiiiittuiu. uiiuniutitajJuisiunirti:turiMittiuuuiiiiuiiuusn:i!HHUii(uinuMiutriUK uuiitnnitnrtitiuitiiirtut  Prices"moving down,     People moving in.  111 ov nig out.  make room  itw vvteks.  Furniture 5  We must clear out our  present  stock to*  '       *  for new Fall Goods which we expect in   a      J. H. COLLINS ������  'o   .   ' .   ������������������"   A       ">-  ���������Kt^aMMUU  STAR*  Maxwell gtHofnal  Proprietor?.  ���������4W MVaUbH IM  ��������� TKAMSTERS, nod DRAYMKN"  T SINCI.K mul DOUIJLE HH.S  XFor HIRE. ALL ORDERS1  I PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  TO 2  _* -1;1  "���������"���������mtm-mwm****mmt������������������������������  tmjr. mt  j-8 a fit, Cpjfcerlai d I  VV^M*M*W^^VV*,iMMO  CH TARBELL    F  Miss Mattie rushed to the scone of :.,,,,. .  tbo accident, followed  by everybody, i ���������r'^���������M'���������^-���������^W-*^���������l~M���������-M4������������������H"i���������^"^���������H'  Young Lettls, equally frightened, was  close beside her.  "Oh, Will, are you killed?" she cried.  And then n voice devoid of tiny sigus  of weakuofls, but loaded to the breaking point with wrath, told In such language tis had novor been heard in  Kulrlield that tho owner wns still  much alive.  "Run away, Mattlo! Run away and  let me cusal" shrieked Red. Miss  Mattlo collapsed Into the anus of Lotus.  Tbo dust settled enough so that tho  nnxloutf villagers could seo horse and  man; tlio former resting easily as if  he had had enough athletics for nno  day and tho latter sitting lu tho road.  Neither showed any lniouUon of rising.  "What's tho mutter, Mr. Saunders,  are you hurt?" inquired tho fussy postmistress,  "Please go 'way, ma'am," said Red,  waving hia arm.  "I'm sure you'ro hurt-I'm perfectly  suro you'ro hurt," nho poiiiistcd, hold-  lug her ground, "Now, do tell us  what can possibly lio thn matter with  youi"  "Vory well," returned tbo exasperated eowpunchor, MI will. M.v  piyita, ma'am, havo suffered In thin  tnra up, aud they're now tn a condition to uialto my appcarnuco In polite society difficult, if not Impossible;  now please go 'way, uud somebody  fotch me a. Iior.w hluuket."  It Is regrettable that tbo discomfiture of tho poBluilBtroBH was received  with undisguised hilarity. Tint blanket wat produced, and Red stalked off  In Indian dignity, marred by n limp  3' his left leg. for bo hml come upon  other ISurtb with n> force wbkb made  ItMlf felt through all tbat foot of  iioft dust,  "Drlng that Uuru fool horso ulring,"'  ho called over Ills shoulder. Duckskln  rone and followed his owner. There  won no light In his eye now; bo looked  thoughtful, -Up, too, limped, and  libera wu n trickle of blood dowu his  nana. Verily It bud been n bard  fought Hold.  As both men wcrt> nnxlmm to toe thu  Iny of the land as mvm as possible  Red took LiIm place In the wagon  that day, after tlio damages were repaired, coiilent tu wait until his leg  wes less soro for horseback riding.  Thoro followed a btwy two weeks  fnr thom. Mr. Dcmllt bnttiioino money  uo *tltd,i.-d lu |.ul lulu V.n. iJ..;,,:',.i.  hut lil't mi������t vnluntiln n!>������l������������tnnei������ wn������,  of eonrHe, bin thorough knowledge of  tbo resources of tho country,  Tbey round nn ndminblc site for the  mill In uu old stouu barn which bnd  atood thu ravages of dcHolntlon almost  told blm that the creek could easily  bo fluiood to tue barn, and oo tlwt was  tho only objectlou of the others to  this locution tbey wrote tho owner of  1 bo property for a price. Tbey woro  uttonlflhod when tbey received tbo tig*  opw. It had entno liy Inhorltitnco to  1 man to whom tt was n wbttt tt*--  ohjint of tbe most erasDerttlng sort  ^  ^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  Union Bay, Coniox to Nanaimo  and Return  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And fill  KITCHEN IUTENSILS  Spoilsmen* Goods  a net  General Hardware  ifeji^^i^i-^^Jb ���������������������������/^������������������>i ^1 i^fciii im 1  Whon in' Merlanil  STAT Al' TBI  VEX DOME*  tOf   Au, ('onvknu/xu1"! Kim UuRirrs  Tickets for sale on  s, s. City of Nanaimo  leaving Union Bay  and Comox on Thurs.  day, Sept., 24th, good  returning on s.s.Queen  N  eavinc i\anaimo  I'llKlUllIH HlII'I'MKli WITH  3est Liquors and Cigars  V.?.A MV.T.V.V. I';. >'T I],?(���������?.   Pvoy  City 1  at 12:30 a.m. Monday  Sept., 28th, and s. s.  City of N anaimo leaving Nanaimo, Wednesday, Sept., 30th, at  7 a. m.  Children between  the ages of five and  twelve half fare.  i������u������ 1 ' J"n*"im-������������T��������������������������� ��������� in *!������������������ 1 m   . ��������� 1   .���������  P. PHILLIPS HiRRISON  t.UtrriMt-or unci Su(t*������kii.  nud  Notary Public  Conv������y������nclnjr  Ounterlanil    B. 0.  o^*-<  -. ���������������  *%*t*U'jfrm**���������j  \mU-& */ M*/. JAtJUtr**;  >^'m<y*9eto.l'  *\^i^r**^4tmtje 't-*lU  r*\\i^t.Am*ytt frit*V \  FOR 8 A LB.  One 3J lior������o power Gimolhio  Kn^ffii', I'ompU'to, with r������Toi**in>f  slutc'i. ali*o pmjiolliir nml nlmfllit^'.  K<������r piit-i m-iiIhi"-* nppl}' tu C (inint,  CiiiiiU-rlarii), It. ('.  L.D.CHETHON  ACT. DI8T.   PA8S. AGENT.  ^���������flflflP TNMC M*Wtt  Coryattn**'tn ������e.  Aafematmt'tttt a tttirh aeaa**erii-im inn;  trilnli mtwimh mr opuikmi lm mbattm ������������  ii-mifUlAli *mtt)ii������niW.HMtiM en fit* a*  aaiSAamiM*, wf'Smrt wit**, in (Si  . r*oM������i  SdtiiiiRc Jlmrim.  titinrtnum***%**. tjnimt en  lL***SSm**%W  "-^-'^v ^mw m  w*-mi w* ���������^^mm\mm*mm''*m*im-f m***' *-*w THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA:  1^  WATSftflre  ."^i$3iK*.  ^���������uwvv  BEER  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionSreweryBeer  '   Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  ins: ol  iskies*  Tha   H.UDSONS BAY GO  Sole Agents for 8 C  ond Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ROD and GUN  ll you like io read ot the experiences ol  ���������ntlert, shooters nnd campers or yachting;  or If you are Interested tn lountry life, aik  your ne'"&dealer tor Forett ind Stream,  or write for Ires specimen copy, or aend  twenty-live cints for four weeks' trial trip,  Foreal nnd Streanv Is a laree Illustrated  weekly lournal, wbich contains the 'ollowlnf  departments:  Gam <i Bar! atvl Gun,      Natural History,  So* nn<l Klver Piohin/I,   Yachlinj,  TlieSpirlnminToariat, C*.nn*int,  Rifle and Trap,    ( Kennel.  Wo tentl tree nur analogue oltbe best book*  ov outdoor life and racreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 liroadway, New York City.  fcrsisSJ  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOU  SALIC AT THIS Nkws OVVlQK  25 cents |H>r HUNDRED.  NOTICE.  H iti iug on lecoiiiutivou and rail  wiiy cars of thox Union flolliery  Company liy any person or per-  dons-sixoept ntin crew���������i^ strictly  prohibited. Enipioyot'B *rv nub-  i<K: liiiliHtniHKiil for allowing sani-  tiy. order  KUANCM  J)   LlTTIK  Mntiu^et.  Get your Job Printing  done at ths News.  Vehicles, Implements,  hcuMorSe Etc, Etc  *vmimt\������,tmm\mm$mm\***tmwt**m*aeXw Xjil.    ll IMSKMEmBRSIB eatataamaant  JSvery Tool    ^SJ\^H_P__   Prices   and  For the      Z^^^^^^m2X       Quality  Farmer. ���������   r^^^^^n*^^^^^Jguaranteed  ���������Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  H. So ROLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������ C.  See'E. C. Emde, Ag-Snt, Cumberland, B. C.  The splowlid PereUeron stallion  "JUST  41734"  See   Posters   for Route to  uegin  APUH, 3rd, 1008.  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  Tei*ni������,    $3J5  IneUt'once  :: Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  wMiwwiwii���������iiiwiw i���������w������������������mmm  JOHN   BRYDEN   $  Proprietor  ���������s  N������w ������iowlu������ in tmr N\ir������orii������  fur tha Kail tr ���������!������������������������  flO.IVHI IV idt, Aji.'lcot. N. ,*������iirii)mi,   Vhti-  ty, II a mi, rniMM, Pour ami Apjilo  ���������In nil lending variotieu  100,000 Small Fruit*.  I0,O(K)Oninm-������ntiii Trccn.  In nil  liMiiUnr.  vuritxtitiH tor JJ. V.  fiftiuily liomo Rtown ntul nut subject to  dnmaffe from fiimiit'itloti.  Stock of IlitllM Ui arrive iu AiiRimt from  Japan, Prunco and Holland.  )kwNii|i|)lieii, Hprny rumps, Honda, lite.  ttb-tv-fta(���������ATAKHWE PllKti,  >  Om ibouMt, Seed Hoitfet and  Font  Oflc* AdJre f,  8010 WE8TMIWSTERROAD,  Vancouver,  B.C  ;;  FIRST : CUSS  RIGS : OF : AU,  KINDS  .,..'.  t wooa  and Coal  Hauled  * Dunsmuir Avettue  'CUMHKRl.AND,  II. 0     "  >|M|i^������|.4'>l"W''l,>H*^'l-*H*Hl"l''f"f"I"l"i'  Wood's Phospiollna,  The (lend Jinglm ilemrtlu,  Touch mid invl-jorutflntlio whole  norvntw cyntflin,   nri^im   nitu  , ���������     'HI; .id in old Volim t'i������*v������ 1,'fi'*-  <)u������ DMIUti, Mental owl ilrnin J> <"V'i/. hf  jioiuleneu, Sexiutl It'eoknes*. l-Tmt������nto\i������, .S/ici  iMtotrliota,an4 Kfret* ttfjlmttaor Aeeennn  IMooll porbax,NlatforW. Onowllliiliiniw.c.x  will (niru.  Sold by nil uruutfl������lM ur iimlloil t.i  liliiln |ikjr. ou roflolpt of urtou. A'ttt mm* hut  tm<ltitfm.}rbn Wood Modloln* Oo.  ���������/ormerlu mmUor) Toronto, Oni.  Gook'i Cotton Root Compound.  5*������������B������"������t Uteri��������� Tonj*, mid  enlr 1'nro emi'tiwl Monthly  illetfulnUtrnii wliloli wniinin can  dopi'M. Bold n thruo dumm  it Hli.tirtL~Ni*.. i, ll i no L  0 ilt'irrot������ Hti*oitiror. Wi Np. %  pr I petJiiil cimoH, ti imr oo*.  Villi liy nil drumbfv pr rf,t  irotMlil en wocTpt of  ' ��������� >������ - ^i������v pnmnlilot. AdditK*  9OUlllin������lltlOe.,T0K0NTOt0MT. ll*rmtrl*>W\  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    life  K������    Ui; K:Lininn*    f>r  Fire Insurance ettll nnd get  rates before iitsurin^.  Wesley Willard  Agent for tli: Royal  of Liverpool.  (Jco. I.ciglilon of C'������iii't<iiiiiyliiiH  on Imiid a tine lino of lui^it't-,  wa^uiiti, nnd fiu'iuttig iiuieltiiivry.  M;, I.^.^I.iwn ',u h^vm ior Mv-���������  J.������i.^ti!i.i (.itiir iium^ioH, 1 iiiixt*  dcKiroun of Ketling miytliin^ in  tli in line nimnld h*c liin stock lie  foro luiyiny   clutiwliiirti.    Geoip*  *������v-������fi,������'*"������i N-'oWlll-llii)   Ji,������V_/.  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B. C.  Provincial  Vietcwia, B. C.  British. Columbia's Premier Fair  22, 23, 24,25,8t 26  Everything Modern and Up to the Minute.  Synopsis   of  Canadian   Homestead  Regulations.  Any available Domiuiou Lands withia  the Rnilway Bolt iu liritish Columbia,  tnny be homosteaded by any person who  in tho solo head of a family, or any mala  over 18 yeara of age, to the extent of ono  quarter seutiou of 1(33 acres, more or !<ws  Katry muit bo.mado personally at t'io  I'wal land otfioo for tho distriot in whioh  tho land is situato.     Entry by   proxy  may, however, bs mad o on certain conditions by the father, mothor, son, daueh  1 ter b-other or  sister ot and intending  homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of tho following planB;  (1) At least six months' residence upon  and cultivatiou of tho land in each year  for three yoars.  (-2) It tho fathor ('or mother, if tho  father is deceased), of tho homesteader  resides upon a farm in tho vicinity of the  land entered for, the revuirements as to  residence may be satisfied by such person  residing with the father or mother.  (3) If tho settler bas his permanent residence upon farmiug land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead, the  requirements ns to residence may bo sat*1;  fled by residence upon the said laud.  Six months' notico in writing should  be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Ijands at Ottawa of iutention to apply for patent.  Coai..���������Coal  mining   rights may   bo  eased ior a period of twenty-one years  at an annual rental of ?1 per acre.    Not  more than 2,560 acros shall bo leased to  on e individual or company.   A royalty  at. the rate of five conta per ton shall be  collected on tlio merchantable coal mined  W.W.CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior  N.I?.���������Unauthorized publication of this  advertisement will not be paid for.  New Grounds.  New Buildings.  New Attractions.  =Horse^Stow Every Evening.  Gash  Tombola     Prizes Every Bay*  4 pour Days 4  GEEAT       HORSE      RACING  TrottingfPacing,runuiD g, Steeplecha sing  Excursion Kates from Everywhere.  -For Prize Lists or Infonnation, Address���������  JT. E. SMAKT, Manager.  QOLLEGIATE   SCHOOL  FOR  BOYS  The Laurels       Belcher Street  Victoria, B C.  Patron aud VUtter,  TUK LORD  BISHOP OF COLUMBIA  Hovl Maater  J.W, LAINO, KSQ.,  M. A.  o.\Konu  AhdUtiul Uy threti (irmluuteu n( the Uncog-  m/id Ui.ivtr������itit'������ uf tii tut Iiiiuiu and Uuu.  ftiU,  Moderate teritm lur bonnier*.  Properly ooni hU of live Mires with ipsel-  inun noliool liuilillnii������, txttiieiv. reorestiu  grounds, ayuii ������������ium, Ondet oorpi ef|nu  Md.  APPLY TO HUH MA8TKH.  JOHN McLEODS  H)li VUWM'LAHH  CANDY, FIIU1TH.  T). Hunden  Candy  It is inforoeting to noto tlmi  while it kept Onwidn pretty bws\  tnrniniJ out 12'0t)0 troops togrool  tlm Princo of Waltifl Rt Quebec.  Ihe Australiitu state of Noiv Soutli  VViilert whs ablo to put 7,000 troopi  on piirndo bosides *t,000 cadttts, oi>  un llie oeciiHion of the vi������it of the  Aiiioriciui Hoot tu Sydney, I'urhiipi*  the fiiut tlmt Sydney i������ r Urgecit)  Iind Hoinethinjrtodowilhit���������Colo  uist,  N1W  CLIPPER  IS THS GREATEST  THEATRICAL g SHOW PAPER  IN THE WORLD.  -$4.00 Per Year.   Single Copy, 10 Cts.  ISSUED WKBSl/T.  Sample Copy Free.  FRANK QUEEN PUB. CO. (Ltd),  .    jumqiu.   ^ ��������������� W. mn St.. Haw Yon*  Tlie Moiitrcnl WitncHH snvfi tlmt  t*  thn colouiht refill) tu think im-  periiilly, The tmublo wiih tin*  WilnowH in that ii U vorylumtllo tn  tlie attitude of liritish Ooluiubiii  und Aiirtrnlia on the Orionta,  qucutinn, It ih under thc luipiw-  Hinu that wo ought tu lot the Ort  cntnlH in and (,'lirintiiiiii;!(< t!;ciu,  The Witney in an excellent paper,  but it dut'M iml kiiuiv very mueli tt>  bunt theOrieiitnli*. -Culuiiiht,  -AND-   We do k<x������I ijimJUv J'KINTINC  Fruits  in season at  D. HUNDEN?  ('iiininid.iioii of the I'nitei  .SiitieK guveniiimnt hm. jin*t return  D. .ntin i-ii^miiii, wiii'ie they Imve  iieeu i-tuii)!!!^ tiie onireiiev and  ImnkiiiK i*y������teni. They could not  have j������'"iii< in ii liftter foilrce fur  iniroi'in.itiuu c.'ih'tilHi.'.l to liolj.  tlifiii iu Jrui.iiJeJIin^ llui ������y#teui\i{  tluir eoillltiy,���������CnlufiiM..  Tho Oxford Chancellor  rdiigo is the befit value in an  all���������8teel range offered to  tho pooplo of British Oom-  umbiii to-day.  It is handsome ln appearance, solid in construction-  designed by competent, ex,  porieneed stove���������buildors,  and eet up by ukillud work-  inon.  Heforo you jmrchase a  range, examine some of the  ontHiimding foitturos of tho  Oxford Chancellor.  It will appeal tn your  jiulpoiiieitt��������� give ynu satisfaction wbtui you buy���������and  prove to the hilt every claim  our ngent-4 make for it.  Vim In Courtenay -*tay at  Thu Courtenay Motel  livery eiitmnii!ii*������e fur j(UM>*.  thfi CtintiKl HoUl for SporUmcn  Nnii������* but ihr lle������t ol Wine* an<l |/cj������n i������  4l thc lt������r.  HATt8        RRAfltiNAOLR  John Johmton.   Pro.  For Salem lumatrland  fcy T. t BATE,  Magaet Ctuth Store, TITE NEWS, CUMBEmAxMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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At Stoddart, the   Jeweler
You have  a Large Stock to Select From.
Glass, Sterling Silver 1
��,&it
the right goods for wedding gifts..
j CUMBERLAND TAILOR'
I S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR .
Dan Kilpatriek of Vancouver
is in town renewing old acquaintances.
Automobile News.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits  Made to  Order
from ��20 to $35    All Work First Class
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
LOCAL    ITEMS
Jh.-'D.'E. Kerr, den-
i bt, miU. he at Coiuv
teiifty Sept., 17th.
fc^ci&o week and at
Cra&berla-nd for two
weeks following*
. *9>	
NOTICE
Evcrv Monday and Friday I
~Wti"lT5Ffirro\^~tT"deliveT"Fresir
Butter and  all  kinds  of Fruits
and everything in the Vegetable
iline; also hay and  grain,   fresh
and  good.     Finett   and   Dryest
Potatoes in Comox District.
Chiu Yeuk,
NOTICE.
All partiesowning cows are hereby notified that all bells must be
removed from cows during prohibited hours,. otherwise  the pound
By-Law will be enforced.
By order of the ("ity Council.
A.MoKinxox,
City Clerk.
JV
Sandwick.
COMING.
Fricko tbe Vancouver Photographer, will be in Cumberland on
Sept. 10th and will ho prepared to
tidto Photos at reasonable rates. So
those intending to get Photos
taken had better prepare thorn-
pelves as he will be here for a short
time only.
~"BOVRIL renovates
the blood and builds up
muscle and nerve. It is
good for children,
athletes and invalids-
good for all.
��� ki ��� im �������� "i(y**��  ii i '���'   timmm
to ke;;p salt dry.
"To prevent salt in saltcellars
from bciMining damp and lumpy
when filling them put in ton to
twilvc. pieces of rice, says Woman's
.Hniiif. Companion for September
"tiiiri will not como through the
holes in the cover of the saltcellars
hut will break tho lumps of salt
und gather tlio moisture; thus the
mill, in always dry and line,
m**m*mmmmi.mr*~* -O.   v   nm-.����� im
Mini* A. I. A. Ml.' i.lt, F.lt.S.
I). i\ will give a Furies of lectured
t li ii- wenk in the City Jlall, hist
������wiling, slit! delivered a moot in
t.-r'-tiug I nut ii rn on ������Japan and
tin' .Japanese". Miss Miil'eill.t
cliiiii. i'i he onlv  liritish woman
Funeral Direo��
tor  and   Em-��
balmer
House Raising: Re.
^ ncwlng  ::   Foundations
<B Carefully Atteu  e    to.
2   Cuniberland, B. C. j|
FOR SALE���
SINGER
SEWING
MACHINES
ON EASY TERMS
C. Segrave, Agent,   Cumberland
Mr. Thos. Hud-son accompanied
by Messrs. P. P. Harrison, West
York, W. Hudson and Len Piket,
made his first trip to Nanaimo and
return in his new automobile. The
trip was made at railroad speed--
without any enforced1 stoppage or
delays on account of the an to or
tho driver.
Mr. Hudson wns exceptionally
clever in learning to run his auto,
having had only a few days practice previous to the aforsaid  trip.
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Mr. E. C. Emde, has now got
his 40 horse power Win ton in excellent shape and is ready to take
passengers.
Onr old' acquaintance Mr. Harry
Moore is visiting Cumberland n-
gain, he came over the road from
Victoria accompanied by Mr. J.
Woods in his Oldsmobile.
Valley Notes.
Mi\ and Mrs. M. Ball returned
from England last week, They
both had a most enjoyable trip,
NOTICE is hereby given, that
one month after the date hereof,
1 intend to applyJo���F,^._Hi]Jmv..
Superintendent of Police, for
Licence to sell intoxicating L
quors by retail, on the promises
known as the Port Harvey Hotel,
situate at Port Harvey, on lot 498,
range 1, District of Craycroft
Island.
Ar.FitEi) Andrkws,
Cuniberland, B, C. August 18th 08
NOTICE
All (hose having claims against
the estate of the late C. Bardrick
are requested to file thom on - or
beforo Sept. 10th, 1908;' after
which I will proceed distiibnte the
estate to ihose entitled to Biitue.
Wkslky Wit.t,Aitn,
Oliieial Administrator.
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THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.
Capita!.. g!|,!KX),Ol)0
ltKSBKVK, &UJ00,(XJ0
Assets,   $46,4(10,000
Deposits, .33,700,000
'Money Orders = <
Rates. !
?5 and under         -      -    ' - 3 Cents
Ovor   ��5 ami not exceeding $10 G Cents
Over Sio mid not exceeding 880 10 Cents
Over $;J0 ami not exceeding $50 15 Cents
TliPflo Money Orders are payable without  cost in nny   Chartered
Bank tu Canada.
Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.
i A. 8. NETHERBY, ��� Makaom;      %
K. AIDA
Merchant
TAILOR
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY"
SUITS OlflDE TO   ORDER flflD
IN ANY STYliB YOU WISH.
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
Prices From $20 to $40.
C UM B ERL AN D,
B. C.
The 0, T. and M. I.  S,  debate
between tho "Old Maid and  the
Bachelor" was decided in favor of
tho old maid.   So boware.
������       "  o  ��� ��� .   -
Day brothers have taken np thoir
quarters at the saw mill.
Mi\ M. Iliggtns ha* returned
from Vancouver, and has started
ou his i'tiuch again ut Point Hoi-
men.
C. H. Barnard; gets Victoria Nomination
Victoria. Sept. 9.���Mr. G.  II.
Barnard, president of the Conservative association of the  Province,
and also of the local body, was no
Jl]iMt(4-tiiIs_atteiii.'ng-.'is-Coi.i��6ii.va-
tive candidate in this constituency,
at tho'approaching Dominion  elections.    The convention  was   a
most representative one,   and   the
Institute hall \vt.s   packed   to the
doors with an   enthiii.istic  crowd.
Without, any preliminaries Mr. G.
11. Barnard and Mr. AV. Ueekwilh
who opposed Hon. W. Templeman
al the last election, were placed in
noniiniitioiH    Wliilo speeches were
delivered'by Mr. Martin   Bnrroll.
Premier Mellride and others,   the
ballots were counted and   result!d
as foi lows;,
Barnard; 4'2''L
Beckwith, 127.
On motion of Mr Beckwilh t] e
nomination was mndo unanilnoun
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Painting, Paper Hanging, Kalsomin
ing, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.
PriesliVfOi.ro than Elsewhere                        Good Workin
Leave Orders at J._JBIcBhfle.iSU3c.:a3_ _
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I am not going to Prince Rupert or Vancouver; I am &
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stopping right here and selling my goods as  cheap  as they -v
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Don't forget Fricke-
tho Photographer will bu in town this
week. Come and get your pictures taken wliilo ho Ik here.
NOTICE,
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Vi'o hear the thresher blowing
Its gent Id cull which tolls un that
the bar.cut, ha* boon gathered
'loum and winter will boon be up.
ou UH,
Mr. M. Poi'iix foul* quito pioiitl
of lately becoming the father of a
pair of twins���it boy ami a girl.
NOTIOE.
We the undersigned Merchants of
Cumberland petition tiie Mayor of
tho City to declare 1'Viday afternoon Sept. 18th '08 a half holiday.
Comox Uo-oporiitivo Society per
R. Webster, J, McPhee & Sons
per J, Stewart, C. II. Tarbell,
Campbnll Hro��., il. N. MeLeod,
T. K. Bate, J. H. Colli iih, per A.
MelCiiinon. Simon I.eii-er A Co.,
per Jno, LidHone. At the request
of the above MerehuiitH   I   deeluro
FritlaySept. IStli '08 a Half Jloli
day
W. WJLLAItL)
Mayor,
Mr. P. Monto, of Cumberland,
���       ��� i'    'iih^    O    ICO ili COCO    IIC.\t     lo
Vvt',. Pivik.
Mr, Toe, Annniid had llm miu.
foitii'i ��� t" hnve n rtiTinwn* u-'tdn
attending n dnnert ut Mr. (J, Hiid-
gtV ou Kriil^y night Inst.
APPLICATION FOU TUANS-
n:i: or \vnou*.\i.k   jj.
()VCl]\ LK'KVfK
ii ti'i tin'ir annnfii  i.'.|i   .in,{    ':,'���-,.,
H'lptvr on Moii''��y <)��� t.. *lh,   l!o   I
riorvrt ymirwlf for.tint date.   "*   t*
pi-i!'.;^ to be  the   event  of   tl,o
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T'i foo'liill niiteh jibive'l Iht-t
S*,-��i,-|.v, -.jftirnfMi-i, \,y u tfum
1 <n'i H.M.>. AU."-ntii�� tiii'l a
���' I'ubrrhi- d ff-.-i'M wn* wmi i,a thu
'���it;tv '���'>' ;t rt   o ut   4 Ut II.
NOTIOK i�� hereby given tint
at tin- next Hitting of tho Hoard uf
Licence Commimioueru for tin*
City of Cumberland. I intfii.) ta
apply for u trftii*f��'i* of whole**.!'"
liqnnr lii'.'iicohi'ld by mo on Hlm k
'i. l<��? S, Ciiinl^rliinil tuwimile, i��
Ciali Mus��att��.
PUANK DAM.O ���.
CiimlMirland, ,S*'j��t., Ut, llHl^.
It 1* with deep regret that we
imvu to clironielo the death ol
Alice Mny, the littlo daughter of
Hev. II. S. HaHtingrt and Mr��,
ILntingH, which occurred at  the
jmixiimge.   hint   Tllilivd'iv   lifter.
noon. Her death wan not alto-
gwtlior tiiiexpet! ed at the last, although her fllueHu wan of brief
duration, hIio wiw it bright little
one, with a vory lovable diMjiu
��ition, which oudoarod her to nil
kiu .v Iter. To I'ie lii-i.i.iSiMl pitr.iuth
and relative, we lender our heartfelt t-\i.i|i,'i:)i>.
TUo Coniox Agricultural and
Industrial Association arc calliig
for teinlei'K for tho supplying of
Puifrt'Hhnieiits, Tun Cream, Etc.,
to bo on the Grounds, Courtenay,
not later than 11 a. in. Friday,
Sept 18th,, 08,
Teudei'H to bo handed or neiit to
the A^iH'iation Secretary, M. ���!.
Shopliitul, not later than (I p, in,
���Sept. laih. OS.
N, J, Simri'AMi
Saudwick II. C.
TAKH NOTICE that CO tliiyn after
Jute, 1 iiitiuid to npply to tl o lion.
Chief ('oinmlHMioiiorel Liitidi. mul Worlta
for a Iniiiuujf tho tiireHlioru of Uimiiumii
iHlund, 11. (J., iluKurib.el an fo'Iowai���
I'dllllilO IIIII   lit �� pu��t 1 lllhti'll   nt   tin
Aouth-vi'ht (iwi'iior if tlio fruolional noilh
oiwt i| ii.r or ul u'ctii'ii ti, Utiumaa JmIiuiiI,
lt. C ; tlu'iiuii wi'Ht 4IJti|jBinii| tliHii't" im rth
���lOoliftiih; tliiiiiiin mil 27 I'lmlni* mnr'* or
lenttoV'o hljfli wntiir mnrki tbonoo follow. n�� tlm linmiHiiitu ni um f. thoro
of niiil lioiuiiiii Iii'iinl, l'�� p. I.' of eo i
monciiiiiu.it, cunt I Tilt,' UK) ii M m* . <t
iutii).
UoitA Outiiniiu IniuiiiI, U. (', Inly ,M, "08
H. .N.UvANO
K. KiiTO, Age.t t
I) can be bought ill the Kast or anywhere,
1 MoLEAnI
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BUTOHEBSHOP,
Whore nro yonu0'"!.'!^   I um Boiiin to the Comox Oo-oporative Mont
Marlfot, whore I oun ��ot a Nioo, Toudor, Juioy lioant of Moid: No Hone,     **
All Moat.
Comox Co-operative Society, ;
R, Webster, Manager.
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Van.". i,.'i-. -',���*. JI fu tlu
O'Uritm Ii.i.i .t .i .light, the Om
MTwi'iv.s nl i.,.i eity m.-t in coil
u-ntion uud iioniiimtt'd Mr. (Je<��
II. I Wim, K. C, to airry th-
���tmiiltttd of the party in tlm tight
in tlio urwtiing Dominion election.
GILUTTS
ABSOLUTELY PURE
CREAM
���AlmlAimt
Nttrh ��f) re-rt* tn tht* He* et tne
preunt turt nt adtilterstttj tnd in
/Ml un]il te vt*.
0IUETTS l�� tiittrv tit btiltmiinraaael
atttrtrt tverrmlwie.
mueuar  aunnrttwran.
OtLLATT'S tutu* aa mora lAaa 9a anttriet
emHtrttMt *.���****.
Mruii neenvtrutaa.
E.W.QILLETTWr,
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TONOtno.ewt
We offer for sale until Nov. 1
20 Shares
OF OU& STOCK
$100 Each.
at par value,  payable at   the
Royal Ban* oi Canada
Cumberland.
No one pei.von can hold more than two share*.
D, HAGGART, Secretary.
A: '$,:'</'-���������-/���������- AA ''AAAA-'AAyA::  %?**������'..'-,    '���������''���������"',..������������������'-'-."���������-,'���������'.',' ���������'���������:A . A\:-'.---'\   'Ay  -7?  P  THE CUMBERLAND  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District./  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   SEPT. 22, 1908  NEW FALL GOODS  Now Showing  At The BIG STORE  Millinery, Pattern Hats, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Sailors, Feathers, Wings, Quills; Fancy Hat Pins,  Silk, Net and Cashmere lilouses, Heatherbloom Underskirts in ail colors, Cloth Mantles, Cravenette Rain Coats,  Ladies,' Misses' aud Children's Winter Underwear, Large  assortment of Umbrellas and Rubbers. See our splendid  stock of "Sovereign1' Brand Clothing���������suits ranging from  10 to $27. Full, Fall Line of Gent's Furnishings, Hats  and Caps. Largest and most Up-to-Date Stock of Boots  and Shoes in the District Further shipments of new  goods arriving by every boat.  SI-M���������)N--I.EISER~&-eo���������Jbtdr  Dunsmtiir Avenue  Cumberland, B.C.  RANCH  Ranch on the Roy Road of  87 ACRES, 7 of which are  cleared: 4 room house & barn  PRICE     $2,000  ENQUIRE OF   P. P. HARRISON,    Ma  BARRISTER AT LAW  CUMBERLAND  v  if"  [01  [OEM  M  We are now opening up for Pay-day Saturday uex  Sept. 19th. a complete Range of New Goods for Fall. Hav.  ing bought direct trom the manufacturers we arc able to  give you better Prices than you can powibly buy elsewhere.  With uiluigul pii-misc* we are now aide to cuny a niiicii  linger slock than iotnterly aud to otter you a belter aud  larger selection.  *\1tm*m**MLmmm  Oar motto*'���������oo..  \aSU/     mm/fltm/Lmm/e   LOWEST PRICES**  DreM Goods,   New Flannelettes,   New Walking Skirts,  New Hosiery,    New Underwear,    New Wiuter  UIoiwh,  New Blanket*, etc. etc.  *w*X*m****Xme**^^  THE  JWRGfiET  CflSfi  STO^E,  FOR  1  NEW  GOODS  NEWGOODS NEWGOODS II  J ���������-.   1 mmi Ma    _*_ *mmAmA*m**m  * McPHEE 8c   ONS,  Dunsmuir Aveuue Cumberland, B. C.  iJJ*HFB  ���������Jj  X  J  Entertainment.  Miss Maude Undcrhill, of Victoria li, C. Hrrivetl in Cumberland  by Monday's boat an.I gaveare-  citul 111 Cumberland Hall in the  evening which was fairly well pa-  tronized, Miss Underhill is an ex-  cellent reciter and was fully up to  all'promises-and every selection  she gave on Mondny uiglit was  well received.  To-night Tuesday, MisslTudorhill  will present a vory charming Monologue intirlod "Old Muid and  Matron" in oiglit scones with  comploto change of costume for  on eh Hceno. It wiil hu unique and  interesting ns it follows tlio life of  a mo leru society girl from child  hood to old ago,' Wednesday  evening she will givo an entertainment in Courtenay.  DIED  ���������'���������o   Wo regret to havo to announce  the sudden death last Sunday afternoon of Mr. J. E. Higgins, of  Coniox. Mr. Iliggius luul but  lately returned from Vancouver to  resnmo ranching on his property  at Oomox.  t -Subscription $2.00 a Year, -/^i  Isr,-.- .^ ���������<���������������������������(',-.���������   ���������/'   THE CORNER STORE 1  THE CORNER STORE  We have the only Gent's Furnishing Store in  town. So dou't forget that we carry everything in that line. Our Fall Shoes have just arrived in all shapes, styles and sizes. We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear, Hats,  Caps, etc. So DON'T FORGET TO GIVE  THE CORNER STORE A CALL.  J     AT     Plr������I   Pnn     Dunsmuir Avenue,  ...iy*  1 lVL*LA7L/? CUMBERLAND, B.C.  navy to catch him; he was imported into Courtenay at a enormous  expense he has six wives in Vic  toria six in Vancouver and sixteen  in Zanzibar, and all the old maids  WE ARE  BUSY  INSTALLING   OUR     NEW   DRY  GOODS      AND     MEN'S  FURNISHING  COMOX FAIH.  111.   to    "  An account of the Comox Fair  and prizo lint will bo published in  our next Ikssiio, Mr Ball, the Hoc-  I'jtnry being unable tn havu tho  prize lint ready for present inauc*.  Tho cash prizes will   amount   to  $700.01) besides donations of goods.  WearooflLially informed that the  ,\r,."j("..ivui;i   '���������..������   .Liiint.   luicio   iu  moot   a.)   daumidn nud tu e parti.  The annual meeting will ho held  in ahout three weeks and will take  tho form of a social   evening, the  pii/,������ iiumuy tu ue  oihtnUtiU'il  ou  that occasion.  Look Out For Our Ad Ntxt Week,  CAMPBELL BROS.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  0f ~CoiiirtenaywanEd"to rmu-rjThlmr  Poor "Hi Ki," we extend our  sympathy.  The gentlemen selling the white  diamond emery stones did a flourishing business most of the day;  even the farmers who had ,dull  jack knives thought he was all  right; but he did the business just  the same,  The motor cars did good business carrying passengers between  Cumberland and the Fair grounds  and back, showing that the people  are patronizing the more up-to  dato mode of,travel.  The firm of Brown & Co Ltd of  Wall St., wero handed a bill for  > the enormous sum of 25c Hie other day; the firm is evidently doing  a great business.  A committee of the 0. T. and  M. I. S. held a mooting at Mr. L,  Dunham's house on Wednesday  night and it was movod liy V.  Shopland, soconded by M. Keos  that the old maids think thoy aro  smart regarding last debate, but  the Bachelors aro going lo read up  a bit; so old Minds bowaro.  Tho hammer throw was good  showing that thorn are some Mrong  men in tho valley, Mr. Forsyth,  of the 0. P. It,, survey being an  easy llrst while K. Grieve was an  easy last; but cheer up Iv you will  do bitter next timo,  A dance followed at tho close  of the fair and a mo.*t enjoyable  uvuning wax spent,  ; TENDERS  T-jnders are called for the fencing of the Union & Comox Hospital grounds. The fence is to bo  of dres8cdi_pifikftta_Ju_fron t,���������and���������  half way down each side- Size of  picket to be three feot, and one  foot baseboard dressed; also dressed  posts, to be sunk two feet deep.  The back fence and balance of tho  sides to bo a 6ix foot board fence,  including base, with cedar posts  sunk two and a half feet deep. For  further particulars apply to Messrs  L, Mounco, T. F. Haggart and Dr.  Gillespie, Sealed Tenders to be*,  addressed to L. Mouuce, Cumberland, B. C.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accoptod.  ALEX. S0MEI1VILLE,  Secretary.  FOR SALE  Miss Fiom Mollado left by 8. 8.  Queen City Tuesday on a vl*it, to  Victoria aud Seattle.  Mr.and Ml*. II, Creech loft by  I'm wlay'i* bouton a visit iu Victoria  nml Hound eitich,  Mr*, ilnlm  'hmmson  returned  from Nimiiimti by Fii.ay'ti bout.  Mri. I>.  |Vr.,d >'���������-  H  McDonald lift  h  ;I   fur Vil������i|ii,  Valley Notes.  ������   *  The ��������� fair was a groat success,  thoro being a fair dirplny of live  stock on the ground,   Mr. Shoj-  Innd carried off tho Ktoddart ci p  with honor**.  Tlni iii*Milnv "f Tirniliii'i" wim nn*  up to its fovnii'i' mark, but whnt  was shown was a credit to the valley, The fancy work got grout  praise, there being a nice display  which showed t! at the (Mil Mnlrin  have been busy for the past few  wottk*.  The horso race was one of tie  principal events in the sport*,  .lack McKenzle Comox coming  in au c.i-*y dinner,  The sido allow a were well pufru  ni/.el. they bl*ing Mimothing ti������-v.  horo. tho pl'ihripul one W*ing    II  K! tho only feou  if Jo ilo."    I  i.ndi lb" w'l'ilu if   '���������',���������������   V> I i,  Gasoline launch 20x5 ft with !t  H, P, Adams motor. Harlow ad-  justablo canopy. Cork tilled wish-  ions, two anchors wrenches and  tools, seats ten pooplo, a fiuo sen  bout. Speed 0 knots, cost $.150,00  will soil for #800,00.  Apply  U. 0.  to   Box 2IH   Nanaimo,  Sale of Work  The Ladies aid of St. George*  Presbyterian Church will hold  their mmiial sale uf w������<rk  in  thi'  Ciiniberhiiid Hall on Tuesday Oct.  '���������JOtk, lliOH,  Fancy, Ornmueiital,  mul ut'inlf nrtii'li'-i ivlll  In'   iilYi.fi.i!  i  for   "nb*.  I{efro*liiuontH will Ihj nerved  duriug the afternoon, and *up|ier  from *ix U ei^ht.  .NOTICK  We beg to inform tho publlo  of Cumberland and district that tho  Livery Stable known as the Star  Livery Stable, situated at corner  of third street and Penrith Avon no,  is the property and stock of Mux-  well and Hornal, and that wo liav������  no connection with any other Btablo  iu Cumberland, any person advertising us an being uut of business  to help their own purposo. or any  or auy othor person,* purpoae,  will be liable to prosecution, Wa  are here to stay.  MaXWUM, A HoENAf,  Mis. T. I). McLtwn arrived  home hist week aftor spending a  few days with Dr. and Mrs. Law.  rnirc, of Varcoiiver,  f"  MAROCCHI BROS"^  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  fl  Agents for Union Brewing iVmipmy't HliiiK and  I'ORTKH,      '.Vh������h������si1 * 'iM-il r-t ������.������ ill Ki td, ot  Wines ana l.tquori.  SECOND    STREET  J THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH  COLUMBIA*.  .The tatoianl Hews  l:-s :-.-d   IJvery   Tuesday   by   tne  C  m>x   St   Cumberland  'iub'.ishing Company  Tiii-i p;iii ���������,* will n.it. hold itself,  r-.-jiniisilili! I'm* the opinions of oih-  r *-, :i> iii:iv Mjipenr in i>* cilumns  : .*!' H i .ni!! in tinie.  '1VKSDAV.   SEPT.' 22,   ii������0S  The Devil's Advocate.  In connection with tbo ltoman Cathie ten:uony of cauoulzatlou thero la  .) official called "tho devil's advocate."  lieu llie clinrt'li is ready to procped  ���������ith the stops preliminary to the ean-  :i;*.iitlon, nu able mau is appointed to  ���������nil the memory of the candidate  *d lo bring against hitn all possible  '.lilies, which the other side must  ���������iiiiifactorlly dispose of. This accuser  ; Known as the "devil's advocate,"  :id not unlll ho Is silenced by the'dis-  .oof of Ida charges eau the ennontza-  ���������:n he. uccompliKlicd.  A CHEMICAL FURY.  They Own tho Soft Impeachment.  I:i tin address to the Canadian club  In Montreal, Mt*. James liryce said:  "I do' not tliink it would lie advisable  for me to say much, for I-have the  ;:'>(>.! fortune to be a Scotchman my-  fl? I won't pursue the theme of  v. I1.1t contributions Scotchmen should  I'������ able to make to Canada's lltern-  lutv and science, for tho very simple  reason which was given by a friend  f-t mine, who said, '1 never argue with  Kcotchmen that they ore a great nation-they admit it.'"  Cost of Courtesy.  The adage "Courtesy coats nothing"  wouid If true offer sufficient reason "to  insure   its   observance   by   practically  evwy member of the commercial com-  niii-nWy, it being fairly obvious to most  ��������� if   us  that courtesy  is  an  excellent  ..Inlirlcant for the  m-jebiuery In  busi-  Iihvis.   To be always courteous ln bn9l-  iii':"s.TWWF\WriWOT?eST~f^'y-TOHslcl~  <���������:���������.���������!ble  expenditure  of .mental  effort,  v.'hicbvery few of us aro capable of  f-u^ti'lnliig at all times.���������Magazine of  t'muyjerce.  ��������� " .  Bismarck'o Love of Nature.  Rpcaklug of Iho country an.l the  long walks Ik* took daily, Hi; ���������;;!:  t-.t'A lie loved nature, but the ai.muut  of, llfo ho Raw awed hira, and It toot  fi ���������/.v'f.U deal of faith to believe that  in "all i-'ei-iiiR eye" could notice every  living alma when oue realized what lt  hum ui "Have you over sat ou tho  ; i",\-:-'i nnd examined It closely? Thero  I;* eaosigli llfo In ono squoro yard to  !i|t)i������U you." ho tmld.���������Lndy Randolph  Ciiuivh"'"   -  Fluprin-* Is a Rabid Gas That Nothing  Can Resist.  The fury or tbe chemical world is  the element tiuorine. although, strango-  ly enough, It exists peacefully In company with calcium In llisorspnr uud  also ln a few other compounds.  Although thia element was known  and named a good while ago, lt long  resisted tho efforts of chemists to isolate It���������that is, prepare it iu a pure  state, unmixed chemically with other  substnuces���������for the Instant Iho compound1 containing it was torn apart  the free fluorine attacked and combined  with whatever substance composed the  vessel containing it. It was finally  Isolated by the great French chemist  Mofesnn.  Fluorine ir? 11 rabid gas that uothing  can resist. It combines with all metals, explosively with some, or if they  aro already combined with some other  nonmolalllc element it mercilessly  tears them away from It and takes  them to Itself.  In uniting with sodium, potassium,  calcium, magnesium and aluminium  the rnotals become heated,,even'to redness, by the fervor of its embrace.  Iron fillings uiig'.itiy warm burst Into  brilliant scintillations wheu exposed to  it Manganese docs the same. Even  the noble melals, whicii at melting  heat proudly resist the fascinations of  osygea, succumb to this chemical siren  at moderate temperatures.  Glass is devoured at once and water  ceases to lw water by contact with this  gas, which, combined witb its hydrogen, at the same moment foruiB tbo  acrid, glass dissolving hydrofluoric acid  and liberates ozone.  Kven liydrolliioric acid eats into nnd  destroys .every known substance except platinum, and lead.���������Exchange.  grist mill was added to tho intended  plant thus offering an Inducement to  the fanner to raise grain, and incidentally straw, "So we can ketch 'cm on  both ends, too," as Red put it  The time seemed like enchantment to  Miss Mattie. As a brlngor of the tidings and a stockholder in the company  she had risen to be a person of imi������oi*������  tance, -with the result that sho >waa.  even more modestly shy than before,  although in her heart sbo liked it;  but more delightful yet was the spirit  of holiday activity whicii inspired aud  pervaded the place. ,..,..,  Red-had insisted on operating on  tho lines that are laid down with railroad spikes in tlie western communities���������to patronize home industries ��������� as  much as possible.   Therefore the mn-  0 nl on  S-A.TwETJSEL.   C;     XXA.'VTS,      Pro?sibt.  ���������:��������� ~���������i���������������������������i���������_;���������I.���������; ���������-������������������.���������.,?'::' 1  English 4 x BURTON alwuya ou tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEEKS-Anhenser, Bohemian, Sohlitz, ko. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY,   -���������   Best Wines nnd Liquors of all kinds,  Vho jicarding ami Lodging Department, under'tho immediate superintendence of .Mn  Davis, will lie lounu First cluss iu every reepeut.  RATES,  ipl.qo per day upwards.  ���������-Mia.-  ftpimilt 1 Manaimo Ey  Glaciers.  It hns been demonstrated that the  glacier does not. move in one block;  but Hows, accommodating itself to tho  channel in which It moves. Professor  Tyudall planted a row of sticks In a  straight line across 11 glacier, and after  a few days the line had become a  crescent, with the concavity upward,  showing that tlie middle of the glacier  moved faster than tho sides, just as In  n river the stream Is stronger In the  center.  ���������|:-       ������������������������������������';" ������������������;��������� ������������������"���������'   ' %  I SpnjetJi|ng on the Move.    1  ^ ��������� niiniiiw  * Prices*movingdown,     People moving in.   .. Furniture jj  5| moving out.   We must clear out our present  stock* to*  <| make room for new Fall Goods whicii we expect in   a*  41 few weeks.  The Kiifiit Price  J, H. COLLINS  AT  VICTORIA  2 FurnitureStore.     *(i,. '  ������ -A%. "":'"' % -���������<������������������       ...  ������  Her Mild Ambition.  "You expect your boy to become a  good man?"  The mother', face fell.  "Ilo Is not a brilliant child," sho  mndo answer doubtfully. "Ko, I think  I shall have to be content If ho attains  only a moderate success���������becomes n  very rich man, say. or something like  thnt."-ruck.  Range  .BROILING MEAT & TOASTING* BREAD.  One way produces evenly broiled meat and  ovenly toasted bread without taxing the  patience of the housewife. Thi3 way is repressed by ������������������Sask-alba" Range. The reason:  "Sxsk-alba" Ringo has an Automatic Lifb Top  (Patented) in addition to regular  Broiler Door; and this team works  for ths operator inatoad of making  hoi* work,  TAJ  f"  In,    f *������...  ��������� I  J '  The "So-d-a/fii"  V\ty  Another yjc; produces  tttt.v.v.iily broiUd moat and  uauvc'uiy toaatud broad  Mid tuxes tho patience ot  UtO   HOUbUVVuo,     A.UM   x\tm*y  ja rc-pra sen ?������������������:������. by moat  Ri. lia l*s>    Tlio   reason:  fifv.iio RangoH Ir.v7a "only"  ti i,: ;ii������i* Door, oujora havo  n, contrivance like that  illustrated   io   top small  drav/iaff; booh of w rich enjoy the distinction  ol UriuK thj K*:.-.. L'..at Loldj the broiler and  tiring Uit* <*yo th it diroct.j thc arm.  ^Clary's  let*4mtn, lerente, Moirtr������������l,Wiwlpci,VaiMatii������f. WtJntm, \*airltltee,ta>Hery  C, H. Tst'beU, Local cAgeni\T:z\;:  Another Way  "Yes, ma'am, but ii-c dim't want that  pniut." r,  jehltijMXjatd.erA���������weii_Ltlirough MrJKnr-^  rel, the blacksmith, lultlatiug that  worthy man lutol the mysteries of  making money without doing anything  for it, which seemed little less than a  miracle to him. Everything that could  bo bought through local people was obtained ln that way. It cost a trifle  more, but It broughtiinoro money into  tho place nud enabled the villagers to  partake of the enlivenment without  the feeling that it was a Harinecldo  feast. The postmistress furnished tho  paint, and it is painful to add that  she tried to furnish a No. 3 paint for  n No. 1 price, arguing that she was n  poor, lono woman struggling through  nn iincharllable world und that tho  Increased protit would do her consul-  era ble good, a view which lted did not  share. He would willingly have made  her a present of tho difference, but he  (lid not in tho least Intend to bo  choused out of It by man or woman.  They had a very funny debate In private, wherein tlio feminine tried to  dominate tlie" masculine prlnelplo by  sheer volubility and found to Its disgust tlmt the method didn't work. Red  listened most lesiietlfully and always  replied: "Yes, ina'iiin, but we dou't  want that paint, (let uh some good  paint-bully old paint with ptli-k'mn in  It. This Htuir In like whitewash, only  feebler. We're going to put on a  i!well front up at the mill, ami we've  got to have the right thing." And at  hist tin1 posliulstiwH sail Unit she  would, ber respect for llie ex-cnw  puncher having risen noticeably In the  muantlmo.  i.Ti.urnw viu.  SHE work on the mill wa������ pushed, and In spite of the usual  iiuiu'.ut of imformvii delays It  wns ready for business by the  kilter part of Neplinnhui*. The olllclal  opening was net lor the tii 111. Miss  Mallle's birthday, and the village of  i'alilield \wix Invited to n picnic to  be held at the mill In honor of Ihe oe-  laiil'Ui, It Is iieeilleis lo miy (hat tin*  l'al.'ileld Ntriiwhoiii'.l .MaiiufiU'iinlug  company dl) the thin;; up lu idiape.  Wnguiti loaded wllh straw nud drawn  b.v lour li'iivc teaniK went the rounds  of thu village collect In;? llie guests It  Is do'ibtful If Kalrtleld was ever moro  mii'j'i'liod than at the reull/atloii of  how much there wan of her, lining tlio  pronoun out of re."pei'l lo tho majority,  "when she wiih bunched," as lted said,  Von would not have believed that  ulrugglltig, Imiesonie- looking plnco held  so 11.any people. An lti������! could discover no tneaiiH In tlio tovMi's resource* to  provide a iiioal for :kk������ pooplo, It wnn  iioetwirlly   n   lm<������kot   purty,   wMcli  i-lrrcl- Mr  Hinnder^ ni lir>!n<������ frtnvnim.  ly llko n Hwedo treat. Uo made up  Ior tl nt u iiiuiwiuro by iiaviug Urret������  ot lemonade umi cider on tap at tho  ground*, * trimmer U>virag������-������ Mini barred, nnd by hiring n ijunrtet of utrlng*  "clour from town."  H i, .if .,.,.���������! ���������> r\n n  reontetidout tint  I it KepU'iui-ci nftemiMiu tlio caravan  ������tnrtwl for tho mill ground*, tlio women dn������tw������l In the nmst unplcokky ������h������-  tumen IninKliiabli*. anil the men osten-  tutlously nt coso lu their ftoro clothet.  livery oue wit* In tlw bent of *plrit*.  kffii fnr the eseltemiiut ntul pleaior*  tbut vwi.i suro to mark the ocmaian.  lted rmt������ old nuefcRkln, wbo bail  nurcuiittwtt to tin- mevUbbUt uud oul>  "Jwrniwd niwin l a nuto,*-1 ������������������ lte<l put  It. on Mr*! ��������� ......r.t. t.   It wm pnrttjf  Mr-rtjr "JiimiHtj .*l:.^^Ml,���������, bat |wrU*i������  Mr. ft������w������.-t.-f������ t.e .t **������������������������ *4ttefiicUoa  la ftittln? '.'rr.������.ili ni i.>. enne, *mok>  lne bin f-i ..*!.- --.hi. nucli ]nm|>r-d  pwt Fntri ������' "<��������� i AMI, ������t muf  ml*, tlttt-k Ui* s ���������> of Iron and tbe  ulnd of n I'fti .*, r*rr\lnjf lli*d nil  d������> ������������������������������������ " l"t������8 *������������ kt'U af Biivthiua  wbHi l"Mtt.������nNl Wm ������"it'ii nlithi vaine.  tyeielltt l<������*t flimu-^i mul  tore'iet.*. to tall llji, lint  tnd be was glad to get rid of it for  almost a song. They were a jubilant  three at the news. It saved the cost  of building a mill, and, including that,  the price was aa low per acre,as any  land tbey could have obtained. Red  closed the bargain instantly..?  Lottis' part of the business was  chiefly' to arrange for the disposal of  their product, and when tie explained  to his partners what he could reasonably hope to.do in that liue the affair  lost its last tint; of. unreality and became a good proposition; .for LetUs  had an excellent, business acquaintance who would be g:lad.,to deal with  the straightforward young fellow.  The nigh fafter the' signing of the  deeds Red said to Miss Mattie*. "We  , ought'to have a stockholders', dinner  tomorrow night."Mattie. If you could  ^h1rr"tirat'~sco\v-biiiit-Blrl~who-weai,S"  ^Jier, balr scrambled to come" in and  give you a lift, would you feel equal  to it?" ,, .;.'..���������;; ���������'���������  "You always put it that I'm doing  you a grent favor in such things," Will,  biit you know perfectly well there's  nothing I'd rather do." replied Miss  Mattie, with a dimpling smile. "However, it adds to tlie pleasure of It to  have It put in that way. so I won't  complain. I'll Just havo my supper  first aud then you men can talk over  your business undisturbed."  "You will not-you'll ent with the  rest of us!"  "Yes. but you stockholders''��������� Tho  word had an import to Miss Mattie, n  Bomnthlng, lf not regal, nt loasta kin-  Bhip to the king. Under her democracy lay n respect for the founded Institution, Impersonal, an Integral port of  the law of tho ?'���������"-������������������������ln fact, n mluor  sovereignty within an empire.  "Stockholder yourself!" rctortotl lted.  "Don't you will ino names."  "What do you mean. Will?" asked  Miss Mattie. with wide opened eyes.  "I mean you're a stockholder nsgood  as anybody. You've got half my stock.  Now, hold on! .lust listen. This Is a  queer run, Mattie. from the regulation  point of view, this company of ours.  I kuow enough about llllln' nnd back-  In' to know that, You ought to hnvo  seen the pryln* and pokln' and nosln'  around them Huston men did before  they took holt of tho Ctinotn Seecheo  nnd made It a slock company I One  fellor was the ablest dura fool 1 ever  come across!. I used to let on I didn't  savvy anything atiout It. 'Now, explain to me,' says I to him. 'You any  you hnvo so many shares of them  Block,' waving niy hand to a hunch of  critters In the distance. 'What part  do you taken I moan, what's your  vhtro of each animal? and does tlio  Inst tnnn get tho hoofs nnd tho tullV  'Oh, yon don't undorrtand,' says ho,  'I'll explain It to'ynu,' Bo he starts  In lo tell um that 'stock didn't necessarily menu beef critters' and a lot  moro tilings, whilst old mnn I'orguson,  who was pulling the dent through,  stood listening and chewing his teeth,  i thinking I was going to give our friend  , tlio frolicsome heohee at tho wind-  np. But I Mood solemn nnd novor  even drew n smile, for fenr of queer-  Ing rorguson. Woll, that's tho proper  wny to start a company���������ninlto It as  dreary and long winded ns possible.  We nln't done that, and perhaps wo'll  go broke for breaking Ibe rules, nnd  then your stock won't lio worth n ens*.  Bo don't you get oxclted nlioitt It. I  wanted ihe Pnmiilcm family to be represented. I'relty soon tho old lad wllb  ' Hi* ww will lie nmnitil. mil you'll  have n chnnce lo mid about tho 'par-  tie* of the firm pun nml ������euuivj nut la  nt the puily' uud 'uforcsald*' and 'be-  hltultntdx' bii4 tlie rest of tbo ynppl  them lawyers swing to that honest  | men won't know what Ihedovll they're  II��������������� lo"  ' "Oh. Will.' How can I ever tba ok  -foaV cried \tl*������ Mottle, ber eyes flit-  | lug. It *.<etiKHl n great end responsible  i position to tbe gentle lady to be ���������  J einckboldcr In tbo corporation. It  i wami't ihe uiouolury value of Ihe  I thing: It w������s Ibe pride nf place.  i -If you don't know how. don't try,"  i returned Ileil. "Tow give Uie other  . three ������tiHkl������<>l<WtM ti K"'l (v*d totiuir.  t "STAR"  m m) vnnaevr-^fTvasu  t  J   Maxwell & Hornal   ?  Proprietor  JTEAV.STERS.  and   D KAY MEN*  TS NGLK   and   DOUHIJ*:   R:(A',���������  i.For.    HIRE. ALL _OR))l RS*'  r^, I' ROM i'-|!L Y   ATTE NI JE iTTO,".  *t*   ^~-*.i\ tmmamwmxrxmztnwvrwi-mr -mmKtexamw,-iraKrwaan,. **  {���������Uril't-t Cftiikrlaii-dT  -<-.H.'H.**'**H'4~M^'*'M^M-*  'm*\^J^4*-i***-m^fi^i^t-  C. 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Nowgrowin* in t������ttr Nnr*orlci  flf Ml������ *MH'     ;-..  ?P,0^r...<.''j, ..y;'u*.'A,,,**rU.iut*,   V\,*i*  ty, PI u ii, Un ie, Petr And Ijipltj  ���������In *ll Vmllnii tvrtotiM  100,000 Small Fruitib  tnttrmn.,,'!,,,,,-,!;' r--t"\, '������������������ A) .'���������>������?���������������������������;���������  varietioji for U. I'. '  Strictly homo grown nnd not nuUJoot t*  d8tnn������e frum futuiffNtioii,  Stook of Bull* to nrriro in Annual from  Japan, Vrtum ������ud llollnml.  l\e)$u\n>l'itm,*\>ruy I'uinpn, i-ecfe, Kto  W juufcCArALOiiUE FUKK. '  OrMthodtM, Seed Hon** nnd   Foal  Often Ad&ta n, ������  8010 WBf VMIJftf ER ROAD,  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  MUST : CLASS  RIGS : OP : ALU  KINDS  .....  wood  and Coal  I Hauled -������������������ I  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMHBRLANI),   II. (���������  Wool's F hospliodin^  Tht Oreat RbaUr.h Jlenmlu.  TuitM ftndlnvliiorotoutlio wliolo  tioivou* fyiitotrit luitkua now  lilt Jd ln old Volim. Vunn Ken  ou* nsbtlltu, Menlnl niut lirnie Worm. Iter  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho gteal Uterine Topl������, iwd  wily wilo titlfeoturU Monthly  il WiliOwon wmoli woniuii ouo  loponu, Sold In tlirep Ui  doponu, Sold In tlirep durniM  ptitrotiglhrNo.irill HoTf  JO otWi)������1iitronOTf1J|3|[Jig. %  i*  (���������5t*o. Luigliton of Conrtonny Iiuh  mt linml a lino line of iMi^gk'f,  sviigiinn, mul  fanning umclihiofy.  Vr, U'^Aff   ������.<   :%ff[   ru:   JL  lju)������)Ah) [*i'*ii'L. t*ut.^,v.-i,   7h-ttt  tlcniroiif of getting anything in  litis line slionld ti*o hia stock ho-  fore buying   elno-where.   George  -    - ���������     .f*...i       .   ti   rt  ..    '���������VJH  *>.���������..���������,      II,    S*. *  Vancouver,  B. C  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire    and    Life  Vor Big Reductions far  Pitt* Insurance call and ge'  rates before insuring,  WesleycWiUard  Agent furthe Royal  of Liverpool,  SALE OF  LANDS  FOR UNPAID   DELINQUENT TAXES  IN THE COMOX  ASSESSMENT DISTRICT, PROVINCE OF BRTISH COLUMBIA.  I hereby give notice that, oh Friday, the 9th day of October, 1908, at the hour of 11 o'clock  n the forenoon, at the Court House, Cnmberlaud, B. 0., I shall sell by public auction the lands  hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the delinquent taxes uu  paid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1907, and for iuterest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amouut due is not sooner paid  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED  i  s_  ta  OELIQUENT    TAXES  Oj.  ^m  is.  TOTAL  NAKfE OF PERSON ASSESSED  SHORT DESCRIPTION   OF PROPERTY  n  u  Ox  OX  X  o<  go<  3a  -     ,                         ;;                       ',.  t  0  a  tot  5ho  1"  '���������"     Sisters of St. Ann;           ....      ....  S9i acres of seotioiw 1 aud 2, Comox....  $ 10.00  .80  2.00  $18 80  it     ,i        ii  .... ���������         ....          ......  Sections 05, 160 aores,                  "      ���������; 0.00  .30  2.00  8 30  Anderton, Ed. C Job. E.   snd Peter Lao  "    84,1150 acres,                  "   ....  13.47  .07  2.00  16 14  Dorinan.'P            ,...           ..*.  Lot'117, part, 17 aores,                "   ....  3.00  .15  2.00  5 15  Auderton, Joha             ������������������ 124. 160 acres,                ������'      4.80  .24  2.00  7 04  *��������� 128,183 acres,          ......     "   ...  5.40  ;27  2,00  7 67  Smith, Horace      ....          ....       ....  ** 132, 160 acres,                 "   ....  9.00  .45  2.00  11 45  '������������������ 101, 101 acres, -              "   ,i..  o.oy  .30  2.00  830  <<        i>  ** 167,124 acres,      "   ....  4.80  .21  2.00  7 04  Wood, Thomas A, ���������        ....               ** 170, 122 ncres,            ������    ....  32 00  1.60  2.00  35 CO  Anderton, Ed.  C, Jos. C, aod Peter Leo  -185; 160 acres,          ......     "   ....  4.81)  .24  2.00  7 04  Flack, Samuel           ....           Ncrth east quarter, lot 17 of 186. 2 acres  .80  .01  2.00  2 81  Momllo, Louisa       .....    ....         ....  Lot 187, 120 aores,                    Comox....  3.60  .18  2.00  5 78  Coulter, Hillis       ....          ....        ;...  North' half of lot 188, 80 aores     ���������"   ....  2.40  .    .12  2.00  4 52  Anderton, John       ....       ......      ....  Lot 220,100 acn s      "    ....  4.80  .24  2.00  7 04  Vass, Margaret      ....        ....         ....  **  221, 157acrts,          ......"   ....  9.00  .45  2 00  11 45  Oly, Morin          ....        ....            ....  Pat of lot 226              -.���������...*..     "   ....  3.00  .16  2.00  5 15 '  Nelson District.  *(   Carey, T.H.*       ....            ....            S. 4, S. part of S.E i Sec, 32, Tp. I....  1.50  .32  '     .08  2.00  390  Morton W. H.  Undivided half of section 12,             ....  2.40  .12  2.00  4 52  Pk-roy, JohnF. and E. &N. By. C   Lot 26,          ......          ......       ..  Newcastle   District.  64.00  3.20  2.00  69 2&  Fraser River Saw Milld        ....         ....  Section f,               ,....,          ....  1SJ.20  .95  2.00  22 15  "    27,   Denman Island.  5.16  -  .25  2.00  7 41  Scott, John W.          ..:...   ....       ....  Weit half of south west corner of sec. 16  2.40  .44  .14  2.00  4 98  ((<!(<  60 acres of S. W. quarter uf tec. 23.......  Hornby Island.  '1.80  .33  ���������10  2.00  4 23  Holmes, J. B.          ....        ..          ....  Fraction i f S.E. \������ & E. J'of S. W. J seo.6  4.80  .24  2.00  7 0-1  Northey, L. G.            ......             ......  ������������      '           M  N. 4 n.w.J. secll, e.e.i,eeo.l2fE.������ of b.w.J  Sec.12, a   i, ._n,.B. J of-sea���������l^-snA -asa���������^1-7-  "830.28  ���������41-60  :.''���������: V-       -                                     ..'--:'  Sayward District  2.00  873 78  Young, C.N.          ....       ......     , ......  Lot 7,           ....          ....           ......  _ 19.20  S 1.03  1.00  2.00  23 23  Marl.,tt,S. J.           ....       ....  ���������-'������������������������������������ 11, Mary iBhnd,         ....        ......  317.70  15.88  2.00  335 64  Young, O.N.          ....  "  24,          ..���������...,        ....          ......  Hernando Island.  10.80  ������������������   .08  .06  2:00  13 94*  Strepge.-T. W. and Hatch, James H.....  S. J of tection 4, >���������         ....              3.00  ,   .18  2.00  G 73  Cortes Island.  Thomson, Agnes P,  N.M'. J of section 34,      ......  4.80  .24  2.00  7 04  Puny, Ira            ,          ..               l.F.i          "      30,               Rupert District.  3.00  .18  2.00  5 78  UuriiS, Gnviu H,             Section 7, tuwnebio 0   8.24  .40  2.00  10 64  Willun s, Mrs. Ewmt       ....           ....  N.W. i ol seotion 19, tiwnship 0       12.8.)  .04  2.00  10 41  ���������������          11      11     "  ,,       ' ,       ���������            ������������������������������������            ������������������������������������  N.E. i ot section 24 township 9   12.80  .04  2.00  15 44  11          11      a  ^.E,qunrtir of spotiou 2"i, township ,.,.,  12.80  .64  2.00  15 44  Ebirls, Dmioan VV., K^tate          N. 4 & N.J of 8.4 of seo.24, &'8-0.25 tji. 10  CoastDlstrlctRange. I.  ,648.00  155.50  2.00  805 50  ��������� Kamloops Minos, Limited          L it 274          :  12.80  .ot  2.00  15-14  Wriffht,.Al������x          ......                  Lit27B         ..';         ......  4.08                  .20  2 00  0 28  DATED AT CUMBERLAND, SEPT., 4TH, 1908.  JOHN BAIRD,  DEPUTY ASSESSOR and COLLECTOR  CUMBERLAND, BC,  BEER   MMER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionBreweryBeer  Drink  U. B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B.C.  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOU FH18T.CLA8H  CANDY, FRUITS,  CKJAIW & T0UA0C08  COLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  POR  BOYS L  The Lauiols       Belchor Street  Victoria, B C.  Patron and Vitllor,  TIIi'l I OUD   HISIIOI'  OK  COI.UMJJU  V. Hunden  c  i-i  o  1  c  E  S  Candy  iload MMttr  .������. W. LAlNfl, KSQ ,  M. A,,   OXPOKD  AnUIoiI by tbrt* OrtduatM nf th������ Hmh*.  MK.I.U c..if������i������iuv������ ui or-M*>������{Jrit������iu and V������w  .v.l..  MiKtortUi Urtni (or bdinlcrs.  rinjuri) cnimiti uf live Miei witb ipui-  miu njliiiol liiiiiiluitt,  ixtiniivu rcoruktlu  j.   .....   ..j .... ������k������iu,      s .������**. ^iitUmUU' ll  KDJ.  AI'I'IA' TO IIUAU MAHTF.K.  -AND-  Fruits  When In Courtenay Stay at  The Courtenay Hotel  Ytvaty convoniencf (urguMll.  Tb* Oential HoUl for ���������por-Umin  Nonn hut tlii* llent ol Wmemml Vt\not*  Bynopsie   of Oanftdian  Homaitead  Regulation*.  An,v nvnilfthlii PominionLnnilH within  tlm Ufiilwny Dolt in British Oliinililn,  mny 110 boinoNtsmloil l>y miy pflrHim who  Ih tlio Hole lmml of n fnniily, or nny mule  ovor 18 yorirn of ngi', to tho nxtont of ono  ijiinrtor iontion of lOo air.w. more or hm  I'Jntry mint bo m t la p iwinnlly nt tho  lnoiil Iiuui olllco Cur tho ilij.trii.il, iu wliiuli  tho Iiuui i-i Hitimto. Kntry by prosy  mny, hownvpr, lw mmlo on wrlftln <hio-  dftionii by Uio rnthor, mothiT,not),ilniiBli-  tor b-olhiir or fiiitor of mid iiilonrilnK  hnm ffUiftd'T,  TholiomosUmilor in r������|ii|roil to porform  thn nnuclilioim uoiiuuudil tlmr������>������itli  iMiileripnn of tlni following plium;  (I) At luiHt xix iihuiUih' ri'Hiilun*'������������ upon  nnd uultiviitiiiu of thn Imu) in eiiuli yonr  fiirlliriHiyi'iii-H.  (II) If tho fiitlmr Cor inotlmr, if th������  fntlicr imli'o.iiiMt'd), nf tlm lmmo������tpad<*r  rPHitlm ii|niii 11 fnrm in Uio vii'lnily of tlio  bindfiiitorml for,tlm rcvuiromi'iiti nuto  rrHidt'iioii ijimv bi'MHlinllcd by mtcli |ioriion  roHfiliuK with tho fntlu-r or mothor,  {!!) If tin ���������I'tttor hiwhin pnrin'insnt ro-  nidciii'i' iipiiii fiiriuiiiir hind iiwnod by  him In Iho vii'inily uf hU lionumtoiul, tho  r������i|iiirnm������iitii iih to remittance mny ba ut-.  I mi 11/ 101 nu''" ii|Min tnu Hftul I1111U.  A,\ .���������., AA���������. At ,i,.if ,1, tuitiiiK ������������������I'uui'i  Iw given l<> tli������' ( (iiMiiiiwiionnr of Doniiii-  lon t*ii wiin'1 Ml a w.i of Intention to np  \t]y tut pnti'iit.  diAL���������Cn'il  mining   i|;jht< m������y   bo  V*H.i  ',.:    ���������*   }.\ ..���������,������������������; -,.,    ,*,M,- toe- ,,4'Hlll  nt no iiiiiiiml rfliilnl of f 1 |*r nori*. Not  moro tluin 2/i<������ ncroH wlinll In* lonmut to  ono individiinl or roiupnny. A roynlty  ot \tta rnto of Hto oonlo jtor ton nhnll l>������  ooIIhiUmIon thn mirnhnntnlilofiiml niii;cd  \V. W.OWlY,  |)������|nil> nf tho Mio.i.l������.r of th" Inferior  K IV 1?iifiiilliiiri/������������1 fiiilrfimtHrxt nf tbi*  mlvi*rtln''jiii'iit will nm bo piii.) for.  in season at  D. HUNDRN'SI  I .it th* It.ir.  HATEH  RRAfiONARl.R  gKilqnaliiY IMtlKTlN-IJ.  John JaHn ton,    P.O.  '4^k***t Ait-. *****  it* mm**/*'y**m**y1  - "      _J  ^fft.'A**Mr -n  ig^lw/ *ut/. y't**^ S*U^*?*t&  ^ l*-ei *<r f/exU^  'y*mmm^lr  ey~m>  r*flt*v-tiAt*f^r BYmf. \ THE NEWS, COTBER������AMD, BRITISH COLUMBM.  ������  *���������*)  i'������)'S(?'AS''"'&!?"''';/"������������������"'*���������'' '.'.*','.lv*Xf.<''i''iA������A������> ������'i..(jl*X������.!.,vi"'\*Xv^^^^^  2oi ftmvals  ���������33#������#w9w'  ������.*���������%.% #<������>S������  (���������)  | STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAMES |  " SILVER   MOUNTED    VASES.  oi,  rti)  ThfK F i  &  [f in net id ol' any thing in tliis line will lie pleased to serve you.  Stoddart, the   Jeweler  **  a  .<��������� i  ���������o  <h  s-  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits   Made to  Order  froin $20 to S35     AU Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  $  tt  ��������� Funeral Direc-i  tor  and   Em-j  Dr.D.E, Kenv dentist, -will be at Courtenay Sept., 17th.  for one week and at  Cumberland ioc two  weeks following.  balmer  ���������a  ccMsseMS-cceeMMtre ���������������������������������������������������*������ ts#������������������v est*  **A Sound Mind in a  Mealtiiy Body"  The   regular   use   of  "BOVRIL"  (ensures both. It keeps the  tody fit and the mind responsive to the demands of  .active life.  C-rood work and reuonible    r  *.������'������..   .r'ricke the Vancouver Photo-  :glM|.|ll.������l*,  :'I,"i-;i..-ko the Photographer arrive'  ,(jy t^jdno-idrty's bunt o i a bn.sinu.-*,  JVl3*68.  Mnbel Abrams   arrived  ihon.o by Wednesday's boat.  D. l\ Me Don aid left,by Saturday's bout to Victoria to tho fair.          O-   m     ������  Mrs, Fred Horwood left by Sat-  ill rd ay'8 .boat for Nanaimo.  " - ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������       m>-'fm   Mr. Owen Martin left for Vic-  itoriu, by Saturday's boat.   ���������  All partie8owning cows are hereby notified that all bells must  be  *j  removed from cows during prohibited hours,  otherwise' llm pound  By-Law will" be enforced.  By. order of the-Citv Council.  * ���������*  A.MeluN.VoJJ,    -  City Clerk.  NOTICE k hereby given, tlw  one month after the* date hereof,  1 intend to apply to F, S. Hussey  S -fo������eec*s������ese������ce���������e���������������������  ������ House Raising: Re"$  g Mewing  ::   Foundations^  Carefully At ten  e   to.  Cuniberland, 13. 0  NOTICE  Every Monday and Friday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Fruits  and everything in the Vegetable  line; also hay and grain, fresh  and good. Finett nud Dryest  Potatoes in Comox District.  Gmu Yeuk,  jj7   ' Sandwick,  +������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ 4rA<  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cavital. 83,900,000  Rkhjckyb, $1,300,000  Assets,   S46.400.000  Deposits, 983,700,000  ==Money Orders =====  Rates.  $5 and under         ���������      -      - 9 Gents  Over  $5 and not exceeding $10 6 Cents  Over $10 nnd not exceeding 830 10 Cents  Over $80 and not exceeding $50 15 Cents  FOR SALE���������  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C. Segrave, Agent,   Cumberland  These Money Orders are payable without cost iu any   Chartered < ���������  Bank in Canada. <,  Interest Added Four Timet a Yoar in Savings Bank.      ',1  I A. B. NETHERBY.  Managkb.      |  i  "Superintendent "of Police, for r.  Licence to sidl'intoxicati'iio. Li-  qnors liy retail, on the premises  kin w.i as the Port Harvey Hotel,  situate at Port llai'vey.'on l\>t 408  ran we 1, District of Orayeroft  Island.  Ai.T'iiHn A\nni:ws.  Cumberland, I). U. Augii-t LS Ji Of-  Don't forget Fricke��������� the Pho-  toorapher  will   lie   in   town ::thh;  >veek.   .Come and  get  your pivt  ���������ires* taken while he is here.   ���������<���������  Los Angeles,. Sept. 18.���������Penniless and deserted by .friends,  Charles G. Van fleet, former Superior Court judge'of Colorado,  and at one time candidate for con  tjress there, committed suicide hut  night-by drinking cyanide ot pt.  tasshun in a cheap lodging house.  In one hand he held a letter from  his wife, in the other he grasped a  bottle of poison; The letter- written  from San" Jacinto, a few days ago,  read: "Dear Charles���������Send us  money; we are .-hungry. ..and hoy  lias no clothes, Yesterday a friend  ������f a ve us a twentyfive cent piece,  and I bought bread far him. We  ���������ire nearly starving. Send us some  money. Send only a dollar if you  have no more.-'' Yesterday Vat;���������  fleet received another appealing  letter from liis wife, but when it  was' handed to liiin by   the hotel  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mADB TO   ORDER Af_D  IN, ANY STYkE YOU OUStf.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CU M BERLAND,  B. C.  CIIBEIL1I1  ������������������:woJrks  ^  1  (IS  Painting* Paper Hanging, Kalisomin  insr, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  Fries Lwoere than Elsewhere Good  Woife m  Leave Otters at J. McPhee & 8on3  Mr.and Mrs, Abu Hamilton ar.  ���������rived by Friday's boat and aro the  jguei-U of Mr. aud Mrs, Alex Wai-  lifer.  (i, McLaughlin arrived from  ���������ya con vor, by Wednesday's boat.  MU������s Kate McDonald arrived  'home by Wcdnes'i.-.y's bout after  .upending a very pleasant vacation  .<*...  Mn*. J, Look ner returned home  ���������fyoin j.itdysinitli by  (joiil,  Wednesday's  Mn<. .V.wan mid Mr. und Mrs.  :v). I'lukluH left by Thursday's bout  fur Diinmau Island,  MtLil'ATIuN FOR TUANS-  ��������� 'CI:  <>K   WIIU1.KSALK    Ll  ^UOlt I.ICKNCK.  >'. )l 11 'K in iiw'tiiiy given thai  ftt un* next sitting of llm Uuai'd ol  ^iet'iuu*. (.!omii)ii<.'������io:ii������rs for the  (.'Ily td CiiiiilitJi'laiid, I intend to  /i|������.,i . fora U't4ii<*f������T of \v||oli*>uli*  lupin, .u'eitei' Imld by me on litock  }J. lot *i,  Cuniberland  towiii-i'i*, to  riiiili Muh-atto.  FKANK DALI.OS.  (liiiulierlini'l, ft'pt., 15, UilK  NOTICK  V%H those lutving Hnim������ ng:iin-t  flie tntntt* of tlu'lnti,'(J, Jhii'dnVk  /m; n-'jne-'t'd to file llmm on or  I. :..;*. a-j.t. l'Jtli, V.m-. uftct  illicit I will proe**������l distribute the  i-l'llv ty ilioso t'ufitbil to ������ftine,  W'y.nl.KY WlU.AItl*,  (iiljcitii At)itiit)i*tr.iror.  Loudon, Sejit. 18.��������� As.aimir'  of their disappri-.a at be'ng ott \*d  .ut at niglit to repeat an evolutioi  "vltich had 1 een 1'mpn>per!y per-  ���������'ormed in tlie day time, tlie cre\  if the   Iiiitish   eruiser  Gibraltar  liile on its wny to Australia, ih  rros"'d I'M''I* "���������'���������" :*'.itson l>i*a'" .  As a punishment all tho customary  privileges of the crew, iwludiii"  smoking and tlie uso of the eam-  teen, have been stopped until tho  culprits are discovered. The Gibraltar is at present at Albany, West  Australia, where sho has taken part  in the welcome to the American  fleot.  clerk, and ho saw who it was from  he handed it lme.k unopened, Van  ileet received a letter from a law  firm in .whicii no encouragement  was given him in attempting to  so.'iire judiicinl position near Sun  acinto. With no money he  iwni'il his wi:tch, and with a last  twenty-five cents realize 1 from  this, purchased cyanide of potassium with which ho en 'ed his life.  CHAS EIERAPER,  Courtenay, B. C,  (Quality of material foiun-,  ll.e basis of nny weil-madei  range. A goo 1 dedgn is (���������!--  >i.i!i!i:il, but a poor i|u.i'ily  prod ii-t. hick* durability,  ���������:o.-'ti' lo much for i1 'pairs, and,  proves a iniiniiiMj in evers;  way. I  i i tlu'0*:r..rl CI; Dec'1    ,  lie body is unvlo of llie !���������  d-rolled j.tenl jilatex. To  t ii ��������� it cloiuly ru' Me I in in-;  *o,lining of iiislii',������iiM mil. I  '���������������I rd, !  Molween the iniiiii bottom!  and ihe hot'oni of the sieve  ��������� it wo iiirfp'icci. \\ nii',i ;ii j  ������������������ et he llodf iru,ii overlii'iii j  ing. |  .���������io ()\r..i-.i (,ii.i.,-,.!i.o' i.i  'I       'I'Ollg,    Sllfl',     Ml'i-fu'ttl'  nii*   ill every uiiv,  I am not going"to Prince Rupert or Vancouver; I am  stopping right here.ami*selling my goods as cheap as they J>  can be bought in the East or anywhere.  iJ  Eczema Again Overcome  Zam-Buk cures   a Case  which  for Two Years hadj Defied Every Remedy  Tried.  A   l'AUMBll's OBATKKIJI, TKSTIM0NV,  No onto of eczema, skln'diseRM, or ul-  coratiou, ahouid bedoBpnliuU of until JJum  (Ink hns teen Applied. Tho owe of Mr.  Frauola Honolt, of St. Anne'i (Mnn.), is ���������  powerful iiluRtrntion nf Zam-Buk's ������nicacy,  IU says: "I mill'trod from cozeum (or  twoyowB, and tried u grent number of  romodieB. Nono of thom, however, Beom-  ud to do mo nny Rood,  The ailment wm mnitlyln my !o_d, nnd  both theio woio notvnlly raw from the  knoei down, A ���������mnll >������mp]������ box ot Znm>  ituk wai given to me, and ������*������ Mimnll a  iiumtity im tlmt did mo n little good, I  I lion obtained n propor Bupply, and by tlio  timo 1 had mod a few boxen I wn oom-  plotely oured.1'  / in-Uiik diflVi.from ordinary inlvei and  eiiibrovntioni in oontnining no animal oil  or fnt.   It iti uonipoiiiHlod from rioli, heal-  iig, herbal cbmoocb, and ia an ideal natural ounibiiintion of power or purity.   It  i* highly autiaoptio, nad inatnnily kills  biicilli nnd dUeaaivjftriui, which aettlintf  ioto woundi) nndaklu dlannaea aot up (cat-  ring, blood poison, ������to.  ror outi, biirnii, Urumea ulaera, nbwea-  n.i, \jllOljlO', iiiilih, bklll ulU|)tlU|)H,    HCtllp  aorea, aproadiug i������.rta, ohildreu's akin  trouble, ci������ani.g>r������i, ate., Zam-Uuk it  utiei'iiiille.l, It hIho curea plica. All  ilruiidialH nnd ulotea COo. n Lux, nr from  /.mu-buft v-ti, ioiuuiu, iui pnoo, A unxca  forll.-JO  on  0A&S9RATD*  IS THK BEIT.  E.W.QILLETT ffiKPK  TORONTO.OMT  '.���������**itm  I McLEAN i  1 I  ���������������������������-������-������-������������^������������������������������^������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������*������������-������4������4������-������  BUTOHERSHOP |  Whoro nroynu-goitiR? Inmipiing to the Cora-xOn-oporiitive Mont  Market, whoro I oan got n Nioe, Touder, Juioy Roust ot Meut: No Bouo.  All Mont. ���������  Comox Co-operative Society, ;  R. Webster, Manager.   ,  >��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������*������������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������  IE  v  "a  An In-Juttmafit  ���������Tb th������rc itii,������tl������ln* I can do," ctt*tl  an ixflcfx'r.iii'.l v.ist uttlo mother, "to  Indniv X'.'t to ir������i.������ nt*dV  "Yep," to*-".\AiA the amall boy  promptly  "\V#lt. fw ifiMkiiMrr anae, what fi  ttr  trMttud u'.t'y i.;i un hoar longBr."  Hit Mark.  A' JOC Hi    ltlm������,'v.!j4 *V   Iftwflt-ariwi eau't wrtto hi* ������wn  I      *r     i*     .....i f>*m-   jM*'-l lu������w It   Wlt������n������m  I.V  j      t     W't'l'l* h* "*������������������ ��������� mn ������howtnB onottH������r m������tt  * ,/   t*    -��������� ������m''������ | ���������-*,��������� fo nuke ,, <Tnwi m ,n AinrtruiJiu  ^Rgliet Ciiuh  SU.O \Mmh*<M*k***b*nr#������gh-**tmA'  "NO I'I UK,  The Comox Agrieultiii'iil am  Iiidii-ti'id Ahsoi'IiiHoii are eallii n  for tenders for llie supjilying o  llelreHliiiieiit-', Tea Civiim, Etc.,  'o lw on the (Jivuindu, CoiirtinnN,  not later than 11 a, in. Kridi^.,  ���������jept IStlt., US.  Tenders to be li'imled nr sent I  the Ai*soeiutii)ii Secro'.iiry, N. ���������!  Shopland, not later titan 11 p. e  Sopt, Uih. UN,  N. J, Snori.AM'  l������   ,   1...!   I   V    (*  ^.It.i. ,\ ti...   I ...    Vv.  rxbV, NUTUJK tlnv|. fit) day������. iiflei  Jftt-, I int'iid to njijily to tdo H<ii  Uliicf ('ni' miadiouurol ImwU nud Wu:k  for .t l< n of lie in almri- il Ui'iaieu  lah tl, H. ���������������.,,, oecbtii nr. le.luwu: -  Oonuno.idii ������l ������foit pliin'c I nt ll ���������  #onth'W������������t owr uh nf llo fiaciii nal no li  ona< 'i i.i et nl I'i'tiuii ti, Deuman laliuul,  B ���������: Imnod weat -l**i ������iii������i lli������no������n rti<  40 ��������� at i���������', hiii-iii oil1 'ilclmlna mnr������ <i  Una to Iho Wgb ui^m* hi irk; t ���������<���������. i*<������ fo ���������  low!n(j tho riuU'iaitioi of tla fiiualnin  ut i* I   l'.U..i    I    y.d.l-t  , -oiut  <>r   i Oil  inonooino it, uil iuiiig 1 0 avteii .eot-: ���������  ti.  h,Ud Uciim.iii lAtttnt IJ. C hdy .'W, 'w  H, NAKANO  K.lira   t  imu m*  IV    V-4'     WANT    COt'D  i'RIMT NC,    CO     TO    Ti K  NHWS.m st-cusswo: K  m**rmw-t*wwwwn*tw*iwwe*t,*itenmeea m-  Union Bay  Co-operative  Company.  We offer for sale until Nov. 1  OF OUR. STOCK  $100 Each.  at par value,  payable at   the  Eoyal Bank of Canada  Cumberland.  No cue perron inn held more than two share*.  D. H AGO ART, Secretary.  [wmneg i^������w������www^r  J|Mfi i|irjw^iu____|l  'WAw^99t*9am     $,*������������������** *",*'Wmmmmmm*mmmmmmMmmm}  At  ������   A  u  CM

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