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Array ./ ./.  /  ���������������������������'  a  >Ql"URis!afe^S>^  /.���������*>���������  THE CUMBERLAND  SE'P 1 2 1908  ���������</-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   SEPT. 8, 1908  Subscription #2.00 a Year.  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 Blouses, Heatherbloom Underskirts in alUcolors, Cloth Mantles, Cravenette Rain 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  10 to $27/ Full Fall Line of Gent's Furnishings, Hats  aud Caps. Largest and most Up-to*-Date Stock of Boots  and Shoes iu the. District. Further shipments of new  goods arriving by every boat.  iitertainment..  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an���������  Edison: Phonograph  1000 Records in Stook  for you to choose from.  SIMON LEISER & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Avenue  'Cumberland, B.C.  MAROCCHI BROS.  GROCERS   &    BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF ,  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  GEM PHONOGRAPH  $16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH.............. 33 50  HOME PHONOGRAPH .'',... 45 00  We sell the Phonograph and Records.  "t"He same"prfi5e~asTnfiey ������t������e sold all over  the world.   We are sole agents forCum  berland and District.    Records are sold  at40c.each. CASH ONL^Y  THE   JVIAGjSlET  CASH   STO^E.  THE CORNER STORE  THE CORNER STORE  We have the only Gent's Furnishing Store in,  town. So don't forget that we carry everything iu that line. Our Fall Shoes have just ar-  rived in all shapes, styles and sizes. We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear,Hats,  Caps, etc. So DON'T FORGET TO GIVE  THE CORNER STORE A CALL.  J. N. ncLEGD,ca"nsm������irAvo������"e'  T. E.  Cumberland  '' *4*l9Jr**vt*9*<  I*.  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND     STREET  ���������-.<$  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries Sa^^^aC! Groceries  The Automobile Again.  Special attention paid to thc Quality of our Goods.  mmmmtmtmmmmmmm.  CAMPBELL BROS.,  Du.nsmuih Avis.  it ���������t,jnfu..-i.j���������;-..ua  Get the  Trade cMark  **m***i\vr\ 1   l3ELL������-L������ O  CLOTHING, (j  FIXED IN YOUR  MIND  It Meant*; sntislaetirm in ev<*rv ftoint of .,i*t-x-,Ui.rt*,.  importance about your clothe*. Honest  < values in the materials of workmanship.  Perfect fit and the latent Ideas of style* \-,rj\ \y/^ m__]> w  and finish. In yott Imve worn Campbells Clothing, you know the value of  this trade'mark, It you imve never  worn it, come in void let um show you  what it means. New Fall Samples now  on hand. Men's Suits made to order  from #18.00.  J. McPHEE 8. SONS.  ^       Dttn-tmnir Avenne Cumberland, B. C.      jg  ^g^*MWIMMMWWy|%lpBM#lSMHMBBB������������r^iJ������MMMMil������i th**mtr  To the K'litor of the Nkws.  Door Sin���������I have read with muoh intercut and onjoymont tho lottora published  In your pnper from time to time ou the  auton.obilo qncHtlon. In your lust few  isstioi no more have npponred und I havo  missod them, so if it ia not trespassing too  muoh on your kinduees I would hlco to  sny a fow wcrdB in ���������iivour of Cuddy. .Since  hi������ own timo la bo valuable (nnd ovury-  body known it is) thut ho eaauot lio beiird  from ncniii, Botneonooui.'ht to tako up  tha tjtulfjr* Jh for him. Our niiulmiW* much  too narrow, ns tliey wero in nlo bof<>ro  autos woro Hpoken of and Oiully's aun-  goation that 11 pjlition lu proHiiiitad to thu'  Government to n*l wider road* wiih a vurv  sensible ono, 1 would, Imwovor, in u  tneudly way point out Cudily'H miHtuko"  of imliific Taxpnyor Xn. 2 to tuko tho pi>-  titinn wound, hu, thlolthtmilod follow,  having no use for mitou would not he  likuly to got many Hi4111ifc1ir.j1.N11, n more  suitable man would liuvn to bi olnn.n,  ���������Hid who mora ko thun Cuddy liinwlf'.'  Till**, bh time is ro very vnluablo, bntov-  eiyono known from oxporii noo tlmt wli������n  thoro i* any work to bo dono, olthor o in ���������  itublo or o li*rwim*, one ti v.>r onlln upon  a Inzy et imliflbro t pernon, but on tho  huHy cni,im he ilwuys ������*oiiih able to do nl  littlo mun liuwovoi* prosHliig bin wnrk  mny lm. Uo ides iih.Cuddy in tho pout*-  noi of o m of tlio objiots oniislng tlio dis-  CUS������io������ ba KHiid, vshilu geltl itf tint wiKnit-  ture , tab* tbo opportunity of oxpnli tint*  on tliovulu������of tlio itiit^ to thn firmor,  ita uwfake a oto.; cHp.-oially if CmMy  b,nw n dtnimi bhmtH on hiu ligru tlw Ur-  hut would Ml a vlotltn to it.n oliiirnm A  o mo.   A fow nuy bo lirninlom and stupid  ���������. ,i .1,  i ii   i  11  ��������� n..    ..    . ,j    ......   .a*. ..iv;   a.ivin.ui.l  wllli thfs rrvtrlun* tbey nr- i',i,il Ciivi X ,i  Ing autnn idiould bu tnxtd cxlrn and the  monuy iiHwl  to  widou   the  rniida,  hut  what of tint, whilo tho world lint* thorn  will id ways baa fnwatli pid pooplo In it,  Til I'ltflllV-K flr������t   lotti.r   In. ������.i.,1"   -';    ..     '  tlmt tba time lins uomo when tbo bone  tint boant of burden, "must Uy i lil.lo iti  burdtiu itad (tirv up." A Ihn, loo true, the  b ttnn hit* get lu go. And to wake ita unit *p-j*JI-jr I woultl r**p*ctrully tin went  t.iatthe CamoxCo������(>or*tt.voHooicty ���������������*.  tiil'lwn it fmuiimi Mtusagfli uiiuing plant  la c.iirat������otiiio with Uieir wtrwuty tfourinli-  iiig bumuwm tlmt ilio tmi'iu) muy Im*  male artful in dtnth ae he win nobio in  life. Ones tbo homm wtt gM������t������ iwd every  farmer bin hia nuto, lio wiIHh tmm in  tha springtime, bogngglod, niomtf up uud  ilnu-ii but tieUU with plow ib������itr attsi'h-  uA.i.U l^Uiukl l.iut o.������ ������U/. i������ itarraw tml-  tlti������Imbimlbim wmtltartky, and#.-on.  Ob, .but th.tan dny* were n romly   ),etr,  full nnd winter when thoro nro potatoes  nnd hny to bo hiinlod (for unfoittiuntfly  thoufb tbo borio is kouo lmy must bo  raised unlil tho irnilen ������ivo pluo������i to nut s  undorgronnd mul someone invents n milk  .producing nutj instoiid of ths pocr cow)  tha farmor oiin easily take a ton of poU- ��������� t'1"1 n,ltl promising to deliver samo  toos or lmy bomdM him in bis useful inn- Uometimo in Mur.sli, or April; and  having unanimously endorsed him  as their can did ate.  After numerous congratulatory  speeches by the difforent .members  oFnnTparty, The meeting closed  with cheers and a tiger for the  popular candidate.  Mr. Sloan and Mr. Breeze, besides several members of the party  from Union Bay. were then taken  by Mr. Thos. Hudson in his automobile, from whence Mi*. Sloan  and Mr. .Breeze proceeded to Na*  miimo.  Warning to Advertisers.  Some months ngo a party by the  name of Martin, claiming to represent the Wheat Bolt Koviuw,  visited Cumberland, sol iei ting subscriptions for the above publica  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  COMOX AGRICULTURAL   &.  IN DUSTRIAL  EXHIBITION.   The exhibition Qf__the���������Pomo.t^  obine, no mutter whut tbo stnto of tho  roads Is. The former who ouinot soo tbo  ndviintaRo ot the nuto ovor tho horae  must bo stupid Indoed, and Cuddy orm-  not b.t"bliwio(l torRivto'jup the tusk of  trying to put brainii where none exist, as  bo riffhtly remarked in his second lstttr.  ltKAUKIt.  William Sloan Pays Flying Visit to Cumberland  v and Comox.  his family wotilil u . Umifut need l������ m^I  forneirem Irtciw, aluuf.   Hht-n th*|tliH  fi-dilii'itl  f.riru.ni'iiixnwi-rcfu m,mub to di*{,<ta,i I r���������.!i*-y, wiiulin ' |i i   hy  I * *l        * ������  of, lw w.-iiM pi* ��������������������������� ibam ii th* umo���������,,, ���������t  hw ant<i ami l>.������(rfn,-(J<i*nlj*rl������!<l.l i the  Mr. Win. Bloan M, V, aeconi  paniod by Mr. F, Breeze, a prom-  incut mining mun uf Atlin, arrived in town Friday evening Sopt,  5th, hy automobile from Nimnimo,  tlie following niuniing und afternoon was spent in t'liinbnrlaiid und  Como*-; Dlstrle.t, whom Mr. ������Shmn  rucnivod a Jiuarty welcome, without  exeeptloii, from tho iiiiiiiohmm  hiiniiiiiM men and recidontiilieiiiet,  and if the niannei* of bin reeoptlon  and the MutiMiuuith nmdn by a  niiinboi* of well known iiillu'reiil*-  of the CoiiBorvative party, i<* nuy  iiiiiiwitioii, Mr. .SIiiiiii lioHiU'H re  ceiving the uiuiiviijt������i| support of  tho Uborul party, will rot-vivo tin-  support of u very large uiunher of  Coiihi-rvalivtm. IliMtUuliilrlv un-  tariiisJied record, integrity, innl  iiiifoiiHiug efTorts for thu welfare of  his (-oiifititiiuncy, nmko him worthy  of tlio full junfMitfirtt ���������������( tlm pfo-  ple nud their undivided Kitppoit,  iire.sjiMCtiv������ of their political)  vii-Wi. ,  Mr, Sloiiit, in tlut evening ni ten* I  d<*d a jtiint mo-Ming, piolmlily ������lit<i  mott sueeessif ul <ner lu'ld liero, of |  thu Liberal A^H-iafioiiiMifCMnio). j  nmi CiiiiilH������riaiit|, where he wim re-1  wtived by uu ovation; he thev j  gitvt! a briflf !tt|������lri������������t( r>������������neortiitig j  ��������� il n.it|.ui    utid     lat*. '���������  f  in:/.  collected quite a suin of money in  advance, and since the time of his  visit have not heard of him, or his  Review; excepting what thoy have  hoard through n Vancouver paper  whicii was not vory creditable to  hlm. It is up to tho merchants of  this, or any otlier community, to  bo careful iu httiiro as to whom  tliey un trust their money, for no  doubt, many bilks of thMSiimokind  are roaming tho country, seeking  to rob uiinUftpocting people of their  money, If the above should moot  the eye of 'Mr, Martin, wo muy say  tliar rhe merchant* of Cumberland  would like to interview bim for a  tdiort time. .  T!iodiiiieogivt*u in rhe Cumberland Hull on Lnhor Dny wiinipiito  a success, quite u largo number  uttoiidiiig,  A. & I. Association,   to he hold at  Co.urtehay, on the 17th & 18th inst.  promises to be one of the best ever  held under thc auspices,of that society. The various committees have  their work well iu   hand, and   although there has been  an unfortunate.delay on  the  part of tho  printers in getting out the Prizo  Lists the directors hope  that the  .exhibits, wiil be  moro numerous  than at any former show. The committee in charge of the district exhibit to be seiit to  New Westminster fair,  ure   meeting   with  fairly good  suceoss, ami  tho directors hopo rhatall who have anything which would help to make  up a creditable exhibit from  this  district, will bring what they huvo  to Courtenay Hall aud let the directors have it for the purpose of  advertising our district in tlio largest fair of the  Province.  i     ���������' ������������������*���������  Starting a New Business.  ���������������������������MM  Messrs Kick,on Bros,, who operate two largo stores in Vuncou-  vor, have purchased tho storo lately  occupied by K.Aida, and will open  up business on or about Sept, Id.  Mi*. Wm. Rickson in one uf the  firm, and is no stranger among  Cumberland old timers, having  iiuuiiiged u dry goods store storo  hero some years ago for 0, K.  fc'ii-.-enson of Nunaiino, ''Billy"  will oociisionidly visit Cunibei'luiiil  to renew ohl uwjuiintuiices uud al.  so in the interests of his biiHiiemJ,  Mr. Thos. Riekson will lie miiinw  ger of the establitihiimnt.  RANCH  FOR SALE  ��������� ���������>���������" " ���������         ��������� ���������  ��������� ������������������  -   Ranch on the Roy Road of  87 ACRES, 7 of which are  cleared: 4 room house & barn  PRICE     $2,000  on  enquire o������*  P. P. HARRISON,  BARRISTER AT LAW  CUMBERLAND  *a%m  hi- ;*pj������rt*.*iit'i>iii t������f tlt--ii*"i(ii-i,ti mi-/  int'liidtttc \llii*f!i)*| IVin������-������Uut<*ri,  .t**S THR  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Tie Gumoerland News  Is.--.ii.���������'   Every   Tuesday  by  the  Comok   &   Cumberland  Pub-.ishing Company.  'in- jiaper wi!i not hold itself,  iV-ui'ui.-iiile for the opinions of oth-  ers, as may eppear in its columns  iiMiu l.'me U/ lime.  8 OUT OF EO  ���������TUESDAY,    SEPT.  8,   i908  Compensation  The law of Compensation is���������  you pay for what you get, or you  got tor what you pay for.  This law si;j's if a horse can run  /list it can't pull ii good load and  vice versa. The law says a horse  cannot go fast far. It says that  iw every sorrow there is a joy,  fur every positive there is a negative.  Where evil exists there is some  good to offset it, says compeosa-  i on.  Th������ law of compensation is the  inwuiuio optimists, use, and in  nearly every chapter we have, written ������������������in. this series, compensation  will bu found as aground-work.  You can't get away from nor  violate this rule of compensation.  It, is not new, it is as old as creation itself.  ���������Cautit-r-ieB���������ago���������it���������was-expressed-  this way: ''Whatsoever a man  soweth that shall he also reap,"  Too many try to ignore this  great rule, they try to get souie-  thiiig for nothing.  You may eat first and pay af ter-  wai'ds, or you may pay first and  &it afterward.  You may play the butterfly; sip  life's .sweets nnd sow yonr wild  oats now, but pay day will come  and !.i.iy ho you wiil be unable to  .**)'-_  You may  ispond  your   incomo  new and Hiifl'er wai.t later on,  You may work  hard  now and  pluy an you go along.    You  may  havu liappjiuwh each day you live,  V'Vii "an malvo life worth living if  Yon work,  Happiness is compensation   for  work; no work, no happiness,  Yon mny have what you  want,  hut ynu iniiBt pay for it.  Millions   cost   happiness  and  persons suffer at sometime or other Erom Piles I  So says .1 fcreat medical authority. There  is no disease causes more pain and  wetchedness thin piles; and by giving  almost immediate ease Zim-Buk has won  the praise of thousands of sufferers. If you  are sulieiing It I Zam-Buk cure you- Mr.  Neil Devon, Webbwood, Ont; suffered with  piles eight years. A few boxes of Zam-  Buk cured him, He since says:���������"I have  had no return of the trouble so that I know  ths cure is permanent."  Mr. C. B. Frost, Lennoxville, P.Q.,  writes: " I have proved Zam-Buk a great  cure for piles from which I suffered acutely  for a long time."  Zam-Buk also cures cuts, ulcers, bums,  abscesses, poisoned wounds, boils, eczema,  and all skin troubles. 50c. a box, all druggists and stores or from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto.   3 boxes for'$1.25.  NOTICE 19 hereby given that 30 daya j  after date, I intern! to apply to the lion. I  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a licence to prospect for coal aud petroleum under the foreshore and under  the lands covered by water opposite the  foreshore ot Beinmin Islimd, Comox District, U. C, and described as follows:���������  Coiiiniencinj,' at this boiUIi east eornor post  oi the north east fractional quarter of section i, Deumau 1-laiid, Britith Columbia;  tbeaco south SO chnins; thenee east SO  chains; theuoe north 70 chains, more or  less, to tlio high \v i'or niii-k; thence following tlio sinuosities of the foreshore to  joint of cjininonceaiont; containing GIO  acres, more or less.  Dated Denmun Isiund, 1.1.0 , July 30, '08  It. KAWAMURA,  K. Koto, Agent  often cost health too.  The dinner is properly balanced  when it has sweets as well as snb-  stantials. The sensible person  finds the dinner i6 bettor if the  sweets come nfter the substantiate.  To violate the law of compensation is to eat the sweets first and  then the substantiate, and by this  law the substantiate do not taste  good when they are eaten afterthe  sweets,  The man who procrastinates is  violating the law of compensation.  When you see your duty attend  -t6jt-atbnee.-==.Blade��������� .- ���������  NOTICK is hereby given thnt 30 dnys  nfter dnte I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner ot Lands and works for a  licence to prospoct for coal and petroleum undor the foreshoro and under the  lands covered by water opposite the foreshore of Denman Islaud, Oomox District,  11. C. und described 113 follows:���������Commencing afc the south-oust corner post of  the nurth-bKSt fractional quarter uf section 4, DflDiiiau Island, British Columbia,  thence south 45 chnins; theuce  west 80 chains; thence north 80 chains,  ihence following the sinuosities of the  foroshoro to point ot oommeneement;  containing 640 acres, more or less.  Dated, Denman Island, ll.C, July 30, *08  S. NAKANO  K.Koto, Agent  MUM.  Hotel  English 4 x BURTON alwaya on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenaer. Bohemian, Sohiitz, &c. " OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The itoardiug and Lodging Department, under tho immediate superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be tour.d First-class in every respeot.  Kspimalt ft Nanaimo Ry  BATES,  91 00 per day upwards.  *-?v*^^^v***>-^*i9**^ ^^*?**?*^-S-?-?#?'?-?**?***S?  JUST A LITTLE REMINDER f  "lest YOU FORGET/' '.��������� j  ������ni mi Ht mun: ti 11111 ������in i inmiuu iHimiimntM 11 i luinuttuit m������i m inn i tui mit iuri nunii! 9 ti ttiuuuni :i iiuitttuiumi! nuutum mttmii iuih i������un ium k  That we are Headquarters for lyiuoleums. Carpet *  * Squares, Rugs, Beds, Springs and Mattresses. , Vour In- j>  4} spection and orders are hereby solicted and will be high *  % ty appreciated. ���������,..   ���������  -     .     ���������; 1������  % niiiiiniiiiiM  4 "���������'���������''  ���������il  The Right Price  3| Furniture Store.  J. H. COLLINS  s. s-. "Oity of Nanaimo.'  Victoria���������coiwioae     aSOTJTB:  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. v.i for  Nanaimo, calling ������u Crofton Kuper  and Thetis Islands when| fre.jjht or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. ni.,'  for Union Bay Comox .tnu way pons  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., foi  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m., for  Union Hay Comox and; way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7   a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way parts.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  ENTH USIASM   SQUELCHED.  An enthusiastic citizen, about to  visit Europe, was rejoicing over  the fact and the pleasures to come.  ���������*How delightful it will be," he  said to his wife, "to tread the  bounding'billow and inhale the  invigorating oxygen of the sea, the  sea,the boundless sea! I long to 6ee  it. To breathe iu great drafts of  life-giving air. ,1 shall want to  stand every moment on the prow  of the steamer with my mouth  open���������"  "You probably will, dour," interrupted his wife, encouragingly.  ''That's the way all tho oceun  travellers do,"  II. Kiflo and J, Muhrer, were  piifisoiigoru by Wednesday's boat  from Nanaimo.  VA   * i-\TiaM0HKTf.^  &nge  IX   j*,**-.-,"  ������  ���������S   i'  i  **<l  i  How a Sask-alta  thermometer  earns its money.  ������y indicating when oven is ready for  bakin^f. iiy cutting out the "peeping"  into oven, By showing on its face what  is going on in the oven. By saving  "door-openiner" heat.   By substituting  certainty for chaiico  in baking  results.  M  \?h>    "Sask-alta"  range  ^T^r-^^ thermometer  was  ^3$^>   | tested for six months  f/rjj bofore one range waa  }{ V  sold.   "Sask-alta"  thermometer is to  tha housewife what  the compass is to the    ship captain.  landa* TcrMtt,M-Mtrt������.W(Riil|>tf.VMeoitnr.tt.J������lM, rltmmne.CaHaty  C, H. Tarbell. Local cAgem  NOTICE is her.py given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Oommu.isiouer of lands and "Works  for a l'u onco to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore aud under  the lands coveiedby water opposite the  f'oreslore of Duumim Isiund, Coniox District, B. C, and described us follows:���������  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionSreweryBeer  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO  SMITB   BOTJTE.  S. S.     "JOAN."  lady*  S-tils Irom   Vancouver  daily, except Sundays, at  Drink   U. B. G. Bohemian  Commencing at the north-west corner of  S. Nakano's clu n., thence south 70  chains; thenca, west 80 chainx; thenoo  north 80 chains; thenco east 60 olut-nn,  moro rr lean, theuce following the sinuosities of the foreshoro to point of commencement; containing 04U acres, more  or less,  Dated, Denman Island, B. C, July 30, '08  . KOTO.  'Apff  **.: -. ��������� .--tit ..4.'~.i  v* hWri  NOTICE is.herobv civeu that 30 days  after dato, 1 intend to apply to the Hon  Chief Commissioner of Lunds anil Works  for nliconce to proniool u.r eot.l nnd pc-  troloura 1 nd r me foroahoro ������ du -ii r  tho lands covered by water opi < situ tho  foreshore of Denman Inland, < mo : Die-  irict, 1'i.C, imu described na foi .<vs:���������  Commoneiug it tho north-ei it 0 i.-nor of  K. Koto's oluim; thenoo west 8 1 chaina;  tliQiiue north 80 chains; tlumuo oust G5  chnins, inoreor less, to high water murk;  thenee folluwiny; the sinuosities of tlid  foieshoie lo point of ooinmeiioument;  oiiutainin������ 1510 ncres, nioro or Ibbh,  Dated Deumau Island, B. C. July 30, '08  AlOTO KOTO  K. Koto, AkohI.  TAKK NOTICE that 00 days after  dato, I intend to apply to the Hon,  Cliitt Commissioner of Lnntls and Works  fjr a leaoe ot tho foreshoro ot Denman  Islaud, H. (',, doeiorilnd as folowo:���������  Cummonuiu at a pout planted at tbo  south-west corner nf tho fruut oual noith  eiut quiii' er ot hcoUoii 5, Douinnu Islaud,  I), C; Ihence west I0olmln������; thenoo north  10 dialiu; ti once eiut 27 elinl'vi more'or  Iohb to the hiirh water mar' n ence foi-  lowlim the Hiinui.-iilitu ol fonuhoro  ol' ������aid Dou.i 111 Imimil, to point ot com-  nieneumont, contdiiiug 100 acivw more or  ll*-*H.  Dated Donmnn ThIiuhI, II, C. July HO, '08  ��������� S. NAKANC  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICK  lilvory Monday and Friday I  will bc iu town to deliver Fresh  Butter and nil kinds of Fruits  and everything i" the Vegetable  line; also buy aud grain, fresh  and good,  Ciuu Vhuk,  1V7 Sandwick.    I  GO TO N. PAEKS  to p.*t your Pit Shoes  uuuie to older for N3.u0  A pair of shoes hall  soled for 75c, a pair,  All work reduced in  price. Work done  promptly.  MT.Parks Shoemaker  Union,  JJ. C.  EWII  Nanaimo B.C.  When In Courtenay Stay at  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convunieur-e for guests.  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,     Pro.  De Hunden  -AND-  c  H  O  I  c  E  S  T  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  JOHN McLEODS  FOU FIUST-'JLAHH  OANPY, PUUITH,  OJGARrt tfe TOBAOCOH  POLLECIATE   SCHOOi  HOR   BOYS ���������"  The Laurels        Belcher Street  Viaom, B t  * "STAR' I  i  9      *"���������-  for   Nan nn  30 p.ni.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouver  daily^ except iiunua>S| at 7 a.m.  Hayman & Maxwell.  Proprietors.  i  r.   fTEAMSTERS, and  DRAYMEN'  ���������'���������'SINGLE   and  DOUHLE   KI(.S������  For   HIRE,       ALL   ORDERS!  .^PROMPTLY   ATTENDED  TO,  TFr  JA'l  I  3rd St, OiDilnrlaid  VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  - CCMC X  UNION.  "S. S. aueenCity" (CP.R.)  Leas    Vaucouver, Sunday, 7 pm... Ar  rives at Nauaimo, Sunday, 11 p. ii.  __Lejve������ Nanaimo Monday,   3_jifLjn.__Ar-_  rives at Union, Monday, II a, ui.    Airive  at Coinox, Menday, 1 |>. m.  Leave Comox, Monday, 7 p.m.   Arrive  at Union, Monday, 8 p. m. "''"  Leave Uuion, Tuedday, 5 a.m.   Arrive  at Nnaimo, Tuesday, ut 11.30 u. m.  Leaves Nanaimo, Tneaday,  at 1  p. in.  Arrive at Vancouver, Tueaday, nt 5 p.ji..  Calliug ai Wav P01U -aIihu fit.glit mid.  imsneUien utfer.  TIMK TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   Iht, 1007,  (^k^|tfMA^������>^/rW^VV^Ml'Ml<  O. H TARBELL  ������������������������������������������������������MnifJtuMPivMiMiaaantawiMawMiMMMMi  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all KITCHEN 1UTEN SI US'  Sportsmens Goods  nml  General Hardware  Wlien in Gumbeiiand.  STAY AT THE  VEJSDOME.  tit     AW. ('OUVHNWNCM   tOli  Ol'MTM'  fllKlUK IH SlII'I'Llllli WITH  Best Liquors and Clears  Patron and  HI.OHU  lilsilOI'  Viiitor,  (>*������������������  COl.UMIUA  iJi-al .\l4iil11r  ,\V. l.AINO, USg���������  M. A.  oxronu.  Why wild 11'  ny, wlien   \������ 11  iglit lie.t  I n������r m y< ���������  II NlUJHIIII  nwny for your print  (���������in 1  ������'������*t it dmii'  11 A1 nn   ��������� vn    town.  ���������nl I'i  } |,<J  V*   ������������������ iii,or  AmMihI hy thrnd (Irailiintim uf tliu Iti-vtR*  ni/etl Univirtitiiit of Urnat llritmii md l.uii-  ���������da.  Moil������r������t������ tenni for ln.ariluri,  )'ru|i(irly ci>na *iu ol tive ai\t������ with m<ao'-  tnu������ ������ilioiil ImllilltigA, tstt-iitivQ rftrintin  grouD<ii, uyiiiiianuiii, i '*ilot .imp* ur^ 11,  tti  APPLY TO IIKAI) MAHTKR.  miAMlJKIMi iV  mmmmm)*'  WILSON   Troi  m mm WW 0'tnm*mmimmf,>m*mm-  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  I5rirr]������iui" nnd SoJJcltrr"  and  Notary Publlo  Convwynncini;  Oamberland    B. 0.  KOHTH BOUND���������Rem!  licwn  Paaaongoi Trains  Hinly  Sunday  Statioui,  No. 1  Wwl.  Sat.  No.X  Viotoria,  De. 0.00  Da, 1500  Kunueli,  D.������4  l* ������H  8hawnigan,  10.17  10, K.  it  10.22  111.18  Cobble liill,  10.40  10. SO  t'owiohau,  ll������.-18  10 41  Rukmlah,  10 f.3  10,47  Uunuiin'H,  11.00  Id.fiH  8uiauiioii,  11.07  17 10  Wob'.hnlnie,  11.IU  )','.'*  Clioinuinnu,  J J .32  17 ao  Lailyainith,  11.07  17,60  South Welilagton,  12.18  18.19  Nuiiaiiiio,  12.31)  18.30  WelliujitoH,  Ar 12.CS  Arl8 4fi  SOUTH BOUND-Hand Up,  Nn. 2  No, 4  Viotcria,  Ar. Its.Ml  is. n?  HllnHtlN,  12.02  18.Al  Stmwiiiguii,  10.M  17 lift  ��������� <  '.().!������  ]".:.������  Colihlo Hill,  10,41)  17.5.2  t'liwiohuu,  10.1.5  17.08  Kukrilali,  10,011  17.08  Duuuan'n,  10 02  IMS  Sutii*>nof>r  0.47  IH.4,1  Wiithnluio,  0 87  iu.au  Ulii-nittiimt',  **m&  10.22  Uilyimlth,  lit,   IIM  ht. 10 t>8  M  At. Htiii  At. 15 18  Uotttb Willlnglon,  8,V'8  10.27  Nauaimo,  8,15    '  '    10.16  WnlllUgtOD,  Da. 8,00  Du. 10 00  Thcutand Mile .md Commumtion Tic-  kels on sale, jjoorl ovci rail Hnd si<Mi,,et  ���������ines, ut uo nnd ont-liall cents per mile,  Special trains and steamer* for Excur  iioni-,,md icductd rilt-4 foi* pailits may  bc iinanjjed foi on application to tho  Dint, 1'9S������. Agent at Victoria.  't'l-r    C ftrt.n'inv   trt-m-ftr    i\,f,    y\..t\\    If,  clianuft witliput previous notice,ritiinmeri  uiIihk ernes and htiuru ot tatting,  Excuuum Takcu on ,*iale Irom nnd to  ���������Al .St.iiii.iw, **fi(>d lot y������mi({ journey Rat*  uiday and .Sunday, reluming mil later  linn Mundny,  J,   ,, .   l������tulJ������ , SltU. .-IM*..   iit.K. \J>.������������.   .M, ,  ti, L. COUKTNKY, Dlit Frl. * last. 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Terms,    $28 Insurance  j;Cumberland Livery  ::and Feed Stable,..  Omit .Lou**������, S������������d 3wu*������������ tuul Von*  O0Um Addte n*,  3010 WMTM1HWW ROAD.  Vancouver,  B.C  ������i ���������  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF ; ALL,  KINDS   wood  and Coal  I Hauled  TViinmiiir \vf������wi-������  CUMBERLAND,   IS. C  'Wood's Pliospiodlno,  The llrttit J-tnulm  ii-meity,  Toiios unit InvlxoraUH.tlio whole  tiorvnus nyi,t������ii),   luilkoM   Ilnw  Hlood in old vein* Vun* Aerr-  ���������lit/, Aletthtl uwi llrqin Worry, Jk*  pomleneti, tknnnl \vmkn*tt.A^**nioaji,Sper.  ......... nd Rfertt af Aimtt ~'  ix, tlx fnr (A. Oiiev  labrollilnurmur  Vw ytnrn*   JntOot^.  T������r������nt**0*t.    Vt.    out Dtbllili/, Meuittl mul llrqlt* Worm, Iks  ttinllVenkn,  nd Kffeett a  nx,ilxf{ir(A.  will ouro. Sola br alt ilr  plnlii pkir. on woolpt of ni...._....    ._  ttyiileil/ree.-rfa Wood Modtalno Oo.  (/ormmy Wiadter)    . knnt.Ki  mntorrhrm,end Kfeett ofAlnutoe Kleenex,  Pi-ootl por box, tlxfnrlA. Oiie wlllpl(iiiw,f[X    ft    , rlfl. One will plei'  I euro. Sola br all ilrumriitaor mnll  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Ttie nwnt Uterine -Tenia, nnt  enlr Kto eiruutuol tlentiuy  flhwuUtorenwhlehwoinenn ~  depend. Bolt! m ibteo (fori  of *ti������n������tU-->fo. I, fl; go.  lUUwff.wi'i, RMvtiflvi. i  tor MNNllM.ttliOll, U  fcolil Uy nil orumjut  S!  dl.r4iJ.oit, U imr bos.  nil oruinjuu, w Mil  Mint ot p  on roi  / .. ^i* . Fr������x> t>ampMBt. Addroiii  OflDKUl01Bl)lfOft..T0nONTO,0HT. Qottmltl Wl  mi  (too. Leltrliton of Coiirt������imvlni������  on hand n linw linn of   linirijii'n,  wngoiiH, and  farming iniichiner)'.  Mr, F^igliton in ������<g������nt  for M<*  LiuigiiHii  Oi'iir   J)u*j[gi()B.   Thouc  ili>eirnilB   nf   'VMlmr   <iin-������1itin������   In  ���������*. I ' '' * <"-  * I tlii* lino uliotilil ceo lii������ block  l������r  2.1 foro Iniying  cImj-wIipw,   Goorgo  Loigliton OoiirtoiiRy il, O.  m**ejrm_________m___^  A-mmul* ���������r^t^mmm*n  Synopaie  of Canadian   Homesteact  Begulatione.  Auy ������vai table Domic ion Landr within  tlw llailway Belt in British Columbia,  may be bomesteaded by any person who  ia the sole bead of n family, or any male  over 18 years of age, to the extent of one  quarter seotion of 1C0 acres, more or less  Entry must* be made personally at the  Inenl land office for the district in which  the land is situate. Entry by proxy-  may, however, be made on oertain conditions by the father, mother, eon, daugh  ter b-other or sister of and intending  homesteader.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of the following plans;  (1) At lea'st-six months' residence upon  and cultivation of the land in each year  for three years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if tha  father is deceased), pf tho homeateoder  resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the  land entered for, the revuiremeuts us to  residence may be satisfied by such person  residing with the father or mother.  (3) If the settler bu his permanent re*  sidence upon forming land owned by  him iu the vicinity of his homebtead, th&  requirements ae to residence in.-iy be sat-  fied by residence,upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should  be triven to the Comtnissionor of Dominion Lunds at; Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal.���������Coal mining   rights may   be>  eased fora period of twonty-one yeara  nt an annual rental of $1 per acre.    Not  more than 2,060 acres shall be leased to  one individual or compnnf.   A'royalty  ut tbe rate of five, cents per ton shall bo  collected on tho merchantable ooal mined  .    ; :i   W.W.CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���������Unauthorized publication of this.  advertiseinent-will-not-ba-paid-forr   Provincial  EXHIBITION  Victoria, B. C.  British Columbia's Premier Fair  September  22. 23.24.25. & 26  H*>9499^9**r<t^ >���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  INSURANCE.  Fire   and    life  Fr Big Rcditctioim for  Fire Iii������uraucc call and get  rates before iusur'nig.  Wesley Willard  Agent forthe Royal  of^tverpoot.  Kvcrything Modem-and Up to the MintUc.  New Grounds, New Buildings. New Attractions.  Horse  Show Every JBvemng.  Cash Tombola    Prizes Every Bay.  There ia a string to every proposition, and it behooves you U>  look out for tbe Btring before ac-  ceeding to the requests that are  made for yoUi  When a stranger conies to you  and offers to do things for you, to  l������t you iii on the ground floor, or  or assures you that be is working  for your interest, you may bo sure  there is a string to his proposition,  and the string is that, as a matter  of fact, it is himself instead of you  he is looking out for.  Don't bite at tho clianco thnt is-  offered you to get something for  nothing. The biggest kind of a  string is always in such n propo?i.  tion,  Remember this, that pooplo are>  rioliish.- Ench mau looks out for  IiIb own interest, and oven if lio ia  protecting your interost, it is because his own intorean will be bet.  ter conservod by looking out for  yours,  Don't decide on important matters too (}iiivk]y. Don't got timl  up in big contracts with strangers  until you have found every strand  of tho string.  Dou't be too sutpicioiiH,'nut hunt  for the string. It pays to bo rory  eontervutiva on all matters in  whicii others are interested,  Sometimes the string in tln>  proposition is legitimate and tho  other fellow may be more interested thnn yt'ii ure, but it certain*  ly k'lioovt'K you to sen what thia  string ia Hinl to iiinlorntuinl e.wct-  ly where tho end of the string ia  tied.  Don't draw us in vour ������hcli nnd  look ii|ion every man with  ������ pro-  position hk trying to t tko ad van  tage of you, but put dow.i this na  u truth���������There i* a Htring to every  lirrmrwitmii     ������������nil   vuu   min't   iind  ii - ���������  thnt string More you close thu  deal.���������lllado.  4 pour* Days 4  GREAT       HORSE      RACING  Trottmg,Pacing,ruiimm������, Steepleohasing  Excursion Rates from Everywhere.  ���������jWVdo ipm.1 ������|iuiliiv I'KlNTIMi.)  -For Vt'ite l.htn or Infmmitton, Adrfif^s���������  eJm & SMART, Manager.  POLICE COURT.  Cumberland, Tbunday. Sept. Hrd.  Joseph Hayes thc "JCystcrioa*'*  was tliis morning, stmteiteed to  four nioiitliK for vagrancy. UtUtx-  iration and on other eliarp** by >l.  Abnirr������������. Htitn*tidhrv M������gf-^Mt*������;  wan alio nrilritnl to pay a Hne of  $io, or in default three mouths  more, so \n* wiil prolmhly spem!  tke ntixt niwii months at His Ma-  yratf* Houi in Victoria, *KW  THE NfiWS, CTOBfeRLAMI), BRITISEf COLUMBIA!. ''  at*  SC������-  St^KMMIMM  ���������x.mm     ���������/TflWinoi: "iHWl 1  mv������������  V -t im i"ivm v-J?������ n.w-J.TOTW'*  i   Ax Stoddart,' the   Jeweler  '$ Vou have a L,arge Stock to Select From.  | Cut Glass. Sterling Silver |  X ���������->  i  i ip man ���������   -���������iiiiniiiiinninMiWM���������wi^������>������������������n\tme\tn m ami amm me uiiiiw pui���������i���������trim T~n  I   .arc the right goods for wedding gifts..  G9S������(B9ai0MO$G0MM9M'    ������������*&3>$������������������8������fS������dl������������#8<������$������  S. !  oAKA,  PROPRIETOR  Ladies' and .Gentlemen's Suits  Made to  Order  from $20 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  0^������^-S���������������������$0������������������������*������������������fl*������  LOCAL    ITEMS  Br.B.B. Kerr, dentist, will be at Coiuv  tenay Sept-3, 17th.  forosa������ week and at  Cumberland for two  weeks following,  . **>   Ur. and Mrs. W, Beveridge, of  Vancouver,   are   visiting   Cum-  Jjenhmd,.���������������������������������������������^ :���������  @<������4^-3$0M&6>3������S6Oi<*a$6������  NOTICE.  AH parties owning cows are hereby notified tbat all bells must  be  removed from cowsduring prohibited, hours,  otherwise  the pound  By-Law ,will be enforced.  By order of the ('ity Council.  A.McKi.nxon,  City Clerk.  ������ FOR SALE.  Mr. and Mrs, W.   Hayman  returns i from a-visit.to Scuttle and  coast cities by Friday's  boat*   ���������   Mr. \V, J. AIc.lvijo.ti and M. C,  Sorby left, by the City os Nanaimo  ���������cvu Saturday for Victoria,  *J  Master Vi?ili Clinton and Master  !U'l,ind Mouuce laft on Saturday  for Victoria.,  .Mr. Tlios, Hudson took a party  over the road to Nanaimo on Sat-  Ono 8-1 borse power Gasoline  Engine, complete, with reversing  clutch, also propeller and shafting.  For particulars apply to C. Grant,  Cumberland, B. 0,  HE LOVED HIS COUNTliY  In tho midst of a number of  stragglers nnd camp-followers, and  just boforo him on the road, screened by a bush, sat a poor abject-  looking mortal, engaged in asolil-  Funeral Direc-j  tor  and   Em-"  |     balmer  f_ -%  House Raiding' Re- *p  newintr  ::   Foundations &  'Carefully Aiten e    to.    <g  Cnniberland, B. C. ������  Summer months are BOVRIL  months. A cup of BOVRIL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat is not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL in your  canned meats.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������*������  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA,     t  9  9  ���������  Capital. 83,900,000  Ubsebvk, $4,300,000  Assets,   340,400,000  Dkposith, ������33,700,000  Money Orders:  X  9  Rates.  $5 nnd under ...  Over t?5 and not exceeding $10  Over $10 Hnd not exceeding ?3U  Over $30 and uot excoediug $20  3 Cents  6 Coata  lOUeute  15 Cents  These Money Orders are payable without  cost in any   Chartered  Bunk iu Canada.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A B. NETHERBY,   Mana~    f  FOR SALE-  SINGER  SEWING  ACHINES  ON EASY TERMS  C. Segrave, Agent,   Cumberland  ni*'lay evening.  *-o���������~-  Jtfr, and Mn--. Thos, Lewis and  Mr*."Geo, Gray left by Saturday,k  I oat for ���������Js'anaimo to nttend the  funeral of the Into Mr. J, Gray  which took place. Sunday afternoon,  ������W  which     General   Long-  NOTICE is hereby given, that  one month after the date hereof,  J-i ivten d-t o-a pp I ^to-F-rSr-H-u sse)t  Superintendent of Police, for a  Licence to sell intoxicating Liquors'by retail, on the premises  known as the Fort Harvey Hotel,  situaie'at Port Harvey, on tat 498,  range 1, District of Grayeroft  Island.  Ar.Kurco Andrkws.  Cumberland, D, C. August 18th 08  ���������        ������������������������     ���������������������������  NOTICE  All those having claims against  tho estate of  the late.O.  Bardrick  A DAY OF JOY.  In holiday times it mny bo nothing now  to hear.'about a day of joy. But tbeie nre  joy* acd joys,- according to the eomce  from -which th'fy upring That hifV}'  day in Comox about which I wish to tell  you, was truly such, becaune ita joys  Howed from the one pure fountain o  grace and life. Thi* least wns 1<>-Itt��������� not  in the pnlasee of the rich, nor in iho fields  of sport, but iu the aancruary of tho Most  High, our humble butnicly decorated lit-  ile ehuruh of St. John the Baptist, at * o-  nifx. No p ins had b.en spared whioh  could ouhance the ji-y of the May or impress it.s i i port*nee ou their imporiauce  on their youthful iniuds, wheu ou Aug.9th  at dine o'clock mass five buys and tiv������  Kills (some fr.mCumberland, some from  Oomox) approached f- r tho fir3t thru the.  table of tbe Lord, joyfully accepting th������  invitation of dim who said: "a'uff.-r Li -  tie Children to Come unto Me." They  had bfctn carefully prepared and c n that  thrice happy day I trust they experiene-  nl how (,'<>od it is to be wilt Btiui'-wlm  sp.nks through St. John: "Btholdl stand  ut theg.te hndkuock, if any man i-hall  he������r my voioe aud shad open tn me, tlieu  I will come iiato him and sup with hitn  and he with m." Happy tho oue who  i artakes with Him, of that''H- nvenly  Banquet. His own snored Body and  bio.d A table had been laid on the  lawn of the presbytery uuder the spread  ^ ,i plFTtiTul re-  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS QflADE TO   Of^DER fifiD  IN ANY STYDE YOO CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  CUM BERL A.ND,  B. C.  MSMftdMMSQao&eiws������ ���������eoeeoMorosAWMMM  DUI  wins -  .*������  ii^irapl^xnaTrnErnmB  past wns served by the ladies* of tho con-  jjregatloD to nil who were present. In  tlieaftornoon, theci ildren ngaiu attended  service ani t ������������������ k the oath of Fidelity. r=-  uewed tlu-ir baptismal vows ������iul made tin  act o.l C..nscui-au������u to Mie B. V. M. placing tlu-ir ymuig lives forever undor the  protection >.f the C-.l.������noiin Mother ��������� f God  ileuea-cti. n ���������t the r-lensod Snornmeot followed, a gttin^ conolnsiou to a ' ������1 rious  dny. The beautiful hymns rendeied by  tlie cboir wore particularly iippripriatt*-  aud odifyincr. liere I find a good opportunity if' tXiii-oswi'iji my heartfelt thunks  to dl wh c ntribiitcd to tbe worthy ccle-  Urttion of thin, "great Day of Joy.  H.M.  Palntins, Paper Hanging, Kalsomin  ing, Sign Painting Buggy Paintins-  Pries Lwoere than Elsewhera Good Worfem   _m__^2t������j������Z8_������)������A\������3i������L-ai!A^  m-  I CHAS HERAPER,   -  ���������    Courtenay, B.C. J  W -��������� . . .   a.  oi\L*fcl  COMING.  I'i'icko tho Vancouver Photo-  gr.ijihur, will lie in Cnuihorlaiid on  (it*]if Kith und trill bo prepared to  tuk'- Photon at reasonable rates, Ho  tlio��������� c iiU'Jinlin^ to ^tit I'liotoH  ta!;! p 'iml liettur prepare them-  m:1m-.v mn he will liu horn for nshort  rin I- 'miy.  .I!..,. ...i-.i. et1     im.   l.VEKYTJllNU   i.m     THE  MOVE  I'lictm moving ili..\vn, J'eojile  Himii;/- in. Kiiniiittro nnHMiig  ont W'o iiiiii-i cli'ur mu our jii'os  i'lii. Ai ii. iru'a- room for new  I'iiU i t,,tid* ubii.-li wu o-vpuct in it  fi-w \\i-('|;8.  Tic klrl-i i'ri'*<> iMirnifnrc  tlli.t, .1, II, Cillins Ciiiiiherluml,  II, C  stroot, ou listening, heard as foil  ows! "liere 1 inn, it poor, miserable beggar, My shoes are gone;  my clothes nro itlmost gone. I'm  Weary, I'm sick, I'm hungry, my  family have hyen killed ov timt-  ter������d, mid may bu now wandonig  helpless and (unprotected in a  strungo country. And I have suffered all this for my country. J  lovo my country Vou, I would���������  I would die���������yes I would die willingly it' it were iieceiwary, because  I lovo my country. lint if this war  iu ever over, I'll bo damned if I  ever lovo another country.''  are requested to file  tliom on or  before  Sopt.   19th,   1908;   after  which I will proceed distribute the  estate to ihoso entitled to same,  Whsi.ky Wim.aki>,  0/Hcial Administrator.  LOCAL ITEMS  ���������Judge Harrison arrived hy Wed  nosduy'H boat.  Mrs. Ira 0arii������.*������ uud Miss Vera  Jones return',d homo liy Weiliieij-  day's boat after sevnml inoiitl^ab.  iOllCti.  i i j u-< * i: l 3 meeting of the City  il In-lit -.ii    Iii"!    Wi.'tniimlny  <  Si-tit    "  -I     \r,   nnw d.\t*tr  AI  C.illl.  evi'ti!  tendi ,-���������   !'..)���������   ,'��������� in, tlu������  following  .}!-,,!_    . ������.-jv re, .-I.,..!;-  .1. Wjl%i|)*)A-, On., 9:1100; li,  (^uile a nuuiboi- of Cuininor.jml  neii nriived by Wednesday's bout,  1  I'.A ���������  Mnn;  Mr, .1, ('olbort left fur hinhuine  in Vieturhi by Thtii'Mhty'a boat,  Mv. \\'f,  ������!...-.   V..    V.    yi.u.t  ovi,*r ibe road in iiia auto, on   |<Vi.  day lu������t.  CHEAP  FOR IMMEDIATE SALK���������  Two five room cottages, sheds,  etc., situated on oue lot, Cumber  land 9>ty, property of Jenkin E.  Williams. Trice $650.00.  , Apply to P. P. Hakkison,  Barrister at law.  Littlo Margie, on her first visit  to a farm wn������ told to wander a-  bout the farm and search for eggm.  Some time later ihe child returned almost in tears,  '���������Couldn't you iind nny eggs,  dearie?" nsked the uiotbi'i-.'  ������������������No,'1 replied Margie wearily.  '���������I think it's mean. too. \*nn*o io*������  nf hen������ wore ctnndin*- ni-fMind  doing nothing."  NOTICE,  The Comox Agricultural and  Industrial Association are calling  for tenders for tbe supplying of  Kefrt-ishiiiBiits, Tea Cream, Etc.,  to be on the Grounds, Courtenay,  not, later than 11 a. 111, Fridji%\,  Sept 18th., OK.  Tenders to be handed or sent to  the Association Secretary, N, ���������!.  Shopland, not later than (1 p, in.  Sept. 12th, 08.  K. J, Suow,AN'i������  Sandwick B. C.  LVER- I  JKWHLRY,   WATCHES,     TABLE    SIL  WARK,    LEATHER    and    FANCY    GOODS.  E3?" We intend to do-some deep cutting.     A choice  for everyone to profit at this sale.-   WATCHES  ������ JEWELRY and CLOCK REPAIRING a business  fa with us.    All work Guaranteed.  ������  at T. D. MoLEAN'S  <������������ '' tm.  9  Wlieronroyoti goinj;? lam i?oiii|,' to tho Com������x C'M)ponitiv<* Meat  Market, where I can get������ Nice, Tender, Juicy Hoiist of Mont: No Bono,  All Meat." ;  Comox Co-operative Society, J  R. Webster, Manager,  f  ������������������������  o  o  o  i  t>  ������  o  I*  tf  A  ^���������{������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^���������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������^^  Valley Notes.  Mrs, Milliners, of Comox, ii-  having a new house ereetod ou her  preuiisiM.   i> ���������������������������  Mr, llorneeSmith, has found il  necessary to run his mill night, and  day, to keep up  with bin orders  Courtenay ia looking up a little,  It cun now boast of having three  blacksmith shops; a new one being  started by John O, Day.  Union  ���������o- ������������������-  .i.Vllli-n     it 1  :i. a  ; |ii������\i*<*ii|;.i.    ,*���������    to,,  il'.'ivi,;, iV Ci*. ������.|.|l)  i��������� ::,wiM:,l. Ii,*t.*..  1  tl;  lit<l   ri: ll  f  ; 'rft'-  l.il'itl llt������ ������x\.  ���������'���������  -tti "���������   ���������'  :i,U,0:  ; il..r;v  ntxx t, 1UII;  .*, !ii-ci, .iv.nv-h d  -......;...; ..r si,  nn to ������'������������������">������'  1  Iioiii'- by Friday's bunt after sp. 1, ,  tiif a n'l-ek's holi'lav at   Nainiiiiio.  KOU SALK-T^oJJor-esiitiii.  id\v fur fni in wml, and 01111 iiemy  tcrtHerltwo   wheel   curt.    Aj'l'lv    Snnnn1  j.U*i*M<r & do,   hid, UunjherJ������i������i  'tjn*"������ of ������i  l!|t������    Vi-ri,  R"v,   Mr  it. ('  M  ���������:r.  X  tsw*/*f 4*1**.  *   ytfr^m/ ,l*\d --rtr-y; ������������������������*���������  ' /f "$.'.*��������� **?* t*.-**  /&*..���������'*<.(/.   .*/X'**/. f'ttk'^m.A"  and Mrs.   rimlluv,  wlo  I111V1* liei'ii    nn    ft    vi-it    fo    thf r  il.itigliitr. Mn. K.  KaiiuMy, left  for Vnii"niiv������������r )iy SaMirduy's hmi .  'mt-rl-   ***���������*'  *&&***  K-  $'  f>IKli A'hnrUt*   J,ii.Ji���������i������j|,i, if  <���������    '.' .-Jiiflil,   (.'tlli|i'.-i-i.i;iii,  |!.    <  .  , ���������.   *    ��������� >.i',    lnt������-ritH.-iit   \ot'���������  ������������������co on Sept. 7th, 1:105,  OU""C������tl8  ONU JNl  IMBIC MUM POWDEB  E^OILLBTT tivtm  romotnyo.ottr.  Some of the dwelling housed are  that small nround the village flint  thc occupant lias- to iiialui thooffiei  nito a living room. "Ho' Jack!"  TheC.T. lSl.it M. I, K. eonoert  lust Friday evoniivr, wa^ well at  * ~  ttmiled and all sooiuel well pha^etl,  bnt we want a few mor speechen  I'oTici'iiitii" the nolo  Mr. .lobe Oowio, kiIIjI a p n-  tlier thai was in the habit of 1ml ng  a goose or a chicken occasional y.  ������������������(ihollle''ha* moved hid paint I  shop next loj.   McPhee, A:  Sjiih  wnrthoiise, or in front of J. O.  Uuy'*.  Why lend away for yonr print  ing, whon you can got it  done  right hero fn  your own    town,  Jin-t a* good and jiift as  cheap n<*  lin Natmitiin,  Victoria.orVnncoiiv.  ;������ir.    Onr plant i* tijui|.|iHl  with  ,th"iaic**f f.e*e.i  of J'i[<e, und your  : ordor At all rcvivi*    protiijt ������tti*t;-  ii.ti-..* v lentil r Imw fiiiiiiU,  Wo offer for sale until Nov. 1  20 Shares  OF OOR, STOCK  $100 Each.  at par value, payable at   the  Royal Bank of Canada  Cumberland.  No one person con hold more than two shares,  D. HAOGART, Secretary.  ^  is!i


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