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 /,-  -fy  tf  ��������� \  A Journal Devoted BspeclaJly, to the Interests of Oomox District,  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   SEPT. i, 1908  Subscription $-4.00 a.Year.  NEW FALL GOODS  Now Showing  At The Bid STORE  Millinery, Pattern Hats, Ladies' Misses' and Children's Sailors, Feathers, Wings, Quills. Fancy Hat Pius,  Silk, Net and Cashmere Blouses, Heatherblooni Underskirts in ail colors, Cloth Mantles, Cravenette Rain Coats,  Ladie^,' Misses' and Children's Winter Underwear. Large  assortment of Umbrellas and Rubbers. See our splendid  stock of "Sovereign'' Brand Clothing���������suits ranging from  Sio to $27. Full Fall Line of Gent's Furnishings, Hats  and Caps. Largest and most Up-to-Date Stock of Boots  and Shoes in the District. Further shipments of new  goods arriviug by every boat. . ��������� v   ���������  SIMON LEISEE & Co., Ltd.  Duusmyir Avenue Cumberland, B.C.  MAROCCHI BROS.  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  Y AND PR6t*FtlETdRS OF "~  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents fof Umou.IBrewing;Oompany.\s'BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  second   street  1  y**f*A***������*!Nrtl*tW  ntertainment..  For Every Home  ���������By Purchasing an-  Edison : Phonograph  1000 Records in Stook  for you to choose from.  ***$  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES aud SIZES  Groceries  Vlvn Ter Cent Discount on General  Groceries.  ���������  ������ >  ���������  ���������  80 Days.  Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,  DuNSMtitn Avrc.  THE CORNER STORE  THE CORNER STORE  We have the only Gent's Furnishing Store in  town. So don't forget that we carry everything in that line. Our Fall Shoes have just ar-  rived iu all shapes, styles and sizes. -We also carry a full line of Men's and Boys' Underwear, Hats/  Caps, etc. So DQN'T FOliGET TO GIVE  THE CORNER STORE A CALL.  GEM PHONOGRAPH.,...- : $16 50  STANDARD PHONOGRAPH  32 50  PHONOGRAPH.^.'  45 00  Weseil'the Phonograph and'Records  the same price as they are sold all over  the world. VVe are sole agents forCum  berland and District. Records- are sold  at40 c. each. CASH ONUY  Cumberland  J    AT     Pl/>f   PAfY    Diincmnir Avonno,  ���������.���������   il>������  * lVL������aUV/t/,���������'CUMBERLAND, B.C.  W. Harrison and J. Grant left  by Saturday's boat en route for  ���������Mon treal;   Mrs. It, Grant, fcjlt for Victoria  by Saturday's bpat!   -n-r   Mr. and Airs. W. Hayman left  by Friday's boat oil a trip to Seattle.      . ������������������  That part of the beach which  has formerly been known as  "Strikers Point", in future will  be called "Millards' Beach',.  inunj".im..|.|i'..|ui'i.|iwwu' 111  'HiH'WBij.'iu.uui. ti Iiuim  mmmm***M**1**mmWmm*Bmm  tf  aocai  ,-  Getthe  Trade Mark  >*M**[\vf\ i   DLLL O  CLOTHING.  fflXED IN YOUR  MIND  HIGH GRADE PHOTOS.  s McDonald, the Photographer,  is in town, and will make especially cheap rates for a short time.  Pay my agent, T. Ilarribon, who  will call on yon, COc for tiokot,  whioh will be accepted by mo ns  $1.00 in payment on photos. ()nly  holders of-tickets will' bo entitled  to cut prices.  M. McDonald.  Your interest and co-operation  are-invited so far as yonr- District  is concerned; Photographs should  be sont to mt) by registered mail  or express.  , Yours faithfully,  It. E. Gosnkm.,  Archivist, and commissioner Simon Fraser Exhibit.  Contributions may bo left at  W, Willard's ollice on or boforo  September ltfth. 1U08.  A. MoKinnon, Esq.,  0. M, C.  Cumberland, B. 0.  Tendors worn ordered published  calling for tho supplying of scavenger buckets by tho dozen,       <,  Thoro being no further business  tho Council adjourned,  ������������������ 111 .11. m*.. m m  LOCAL ITEMS  It means satislactiou in every point of  importance about yonr cldtltes. Honest  values in the materials of workmanship.  Perfect fit and thc latent,idea* of styles,  and finfilr.' t* ymt have worn Cnwjv  beU'a Clothing, yon know the value of  this trade mark, W you nave never  worn it, come lit and Ict it* show you  what ft meant. New Pall Sample* now  on hand. Men's Suits made to order  from $18.00.  1  *j*, iviCi  nCiL ****** ^v/i^i^,  Dnnsmdir Avenne Cumberland, B. C.  ^  CITY COUNCIL  Tlie Oity Council mot lust evo-  ning," thoro lining prosont, Aider*  mon Horwood, Oaiiipbol], MeLeod,  McDonald and,tho Mayor.  The minutes of previous meeting'wero rend and adopted,  Accounts'��������� P. V,  Harrison, S5,  Conunnniaatioii froin.lt. li.Go-*-  noll, Arohivost, nnd Commissioner  Simon Fm������ci' Exhlnit, which roiul������  us'follows: n  Dour Sir!���������Wo are anxious to  get photographs of the pioneer* "f  your District for an historical inhibition to Ui held at Now Wuu  minstor during tho Full Fair there  (September SOtli to Octulior ilrd,  inclusive,) for tho purpose of cmIc.  prating Uie ono liimdrodtli anniversary o('tho cortiing of Simon  Fraser down tho river bo.irin<r his  name; nnd afterwards to ho placed  in the Government BnibliniM ������*.n  jKirmaiieul record,  I was some timo ago apjiointed  Commissioner by thuGovi-rtimciit  to orgitiiku tho celitbrntiou, nud  havo already received k<twwn flvo  hundred aud one thousand picture* iu all, hiidndiiig nutty old  views in various parts of tiie Pro-  vmco,  Oidpletnreaandphotogmphsof Chfmy-U,u ?/ V"  pioneers or odier objeet. of hi,- "*"* f���������" hmh\  umm) interest will, if du*ired, lie  ! returned immediately after the ex  hi bii ion i.iovur.  To be availably for the purj������ow������  j they mint In- M-.it uitlii-ui .].���������!������������,  as it takes e*>ti������idpnib|o tlm** to *u-  BETTERMENT ASSURED  Tho lumber business is on iho  mond in all its branches, Tlio factory trade is increasing in proportion to the expansion of general  manufactures.*audi the retail trade  is experiencing a decided improve-  \ mo nt as tho result of the building  now being done and projected.  An exchange says that thoso who  havo lunibor to soil aro beginning  to appreciate that if last year's  prions cannot bo restored immediately a greater volume of business  will compensate for tho narrower  margin of profit, and altogether,  those elementary conditions which  oxerelso n potent infliicncooverfhn  prosperity of all tho branches of  tho lumber indiiftry seoni to havo  oombinod to produce a reaction  from the dullness of the last few  months,  Ottawa, Ang. 28���������-It io understood that tho general   election  3atelfiiri5eTi^To7either~Octo^"  ber 28th or the 29th. Every effort  iR now being made by the government to got the election lists and  other details  connected  with  the.  operations of election law ready in.  time to have tho polling boforo tho  end of that month. If however,  it  is found that all preparations cannot be mndo in timo the polling  may not take placo till the following weok, possibly bn  November  3rd, the fourth anniversary of the  last general election.  A. f������r������w������ll dance wus given to  W. Harrison nud .1. Grant, Inst  Saturday evening iu tbu (/ity Hall.  ������aw������Mi#MPM-������MW������MHM������  Mr. P. Btodihirt has kindly do~  natud two browsd shinlds. Tk������y are  to bu presented to the winning  busi-l-nll aud football tcNinc fir  I'JOS. No, 5 mini' wins tbo foot-  1,,lt   rlt .1 1.   ....)   ���������!..,   X   .      1    .11     1   I "    M'lll   I'O   i,)fiy'-d    ..JT   ;*.;,;v  this SopUnnliea,   probably at the  Coum'X Fair.  *   ft...  ,  X    ,.       1   '   ** '--f ���������   '*'*  vneatcd, Mr. Partridge, we iHilieve  lieing the last ouo to break cam],  ��������� ������������������    m*> ���������   Mr. Jno. C/'oll������ert, of Victoria,  arrived by Wednesday's Iwat and  is the guest of his uncle, Mr. J. E,  Cnluan, i.f Minio.  McAIUter, Okla,, Aug. 27���������  When rescuors today campletod  their work at the llalloyola inino  No. 1, at HalleyvUlo, twelve iniles  n.iKt of horo, whoro a dUiurioroiis  oxplosion occiii rod yesterday, 21)  bodies had boon rocniored.  CHEAP  FOR IMMEDIATE SALE���������  Two five room cottages, sheds,  etc, situated 011 one lot, Cumber  land City, properly of Jenkiu E.  Williams.   Price $650.00,  Apply to P. P. Harrison,  Barrister nt law.  Vancouver Aug. 2(I-~W,  W.  B. MuIiiiiIh hist night was nominated nt Ui������ convontlon of Van-  eourcf Idbursls, dufoiitiug J,  W.  Dob. Funis and ,1.  If.  Bonkler,  K. 0. irpuc tln-ir motion tlm noin������  iiiatlon v.jut 11,'nl.) itiiiuiiinoti*. lm  his speii'di of awoptiiiiio, Mr, 'Miw*  Iiwm predicted n Lfix-rnl triumjll  t iioiighoui. tho Dominion.  i.i..1  *��������� *\  Tito mmHr-rnm  N������dliv  ������nd   Wnirtd  inm������n  Island,  Alaska, on ������  A.-A.i Ut  lh������ir  graitdjtanmti".  Mr. 1  and Mm, T.  K^enan, of Bayne  Sound River. {  | range, mmnt, mtm* and eofwl 31111*\  Ura. T. I������. Mel>ean I* vi������itin_i  Vanewiver nnd will tie Ibe gn������**i j  of Dr. awl Mm. I#������irren<i������., ���������*���������    1  FOR SALE   .11        I   .11      11       umi 1���������>������������������������ ������n     ���������������������������������������������.    f  Ranch oa the Roy Road of  87 ACRES, 7 of which are  cleared; 4 room house & barn  enetmammmmeemmemam  price!   $2,000  iii       ��������� i I. ������������������w������i���������i       ��������� ni11 ���������mmm**,mmm  iNOUiwEor P.P. HARRISON,  BARRISTER AT LAW  I..   i    a I- ���������'���������i���������i 1 .^_____  CUMBERLAND   A -&���������  THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BIUTISH  COLUMBIA.  Tie Cmntaland Hews  Issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  Tlii? paper wiil not hold itself,  responsible for the opinions of oth-  ers, as may appear in its columns  from timo to tune.  TUESDAY,    SEPT.   i,   i908  Lessons from Abroad  A Warning and an  Example.  The penalties resulting from a  reckless destruction of the forests  have already been felt in many  parts of Canada in the irregular  flow of streams and the erosion of  considerable acres of agricultural  land. On the other hand Canada  has been benefited by all efforts  mtde by the Dominion and Provincial Governments to promote  the wise use of our forest wealth.  But we must look abroad for the  most notable examples of a good  or bad forest policy.  The great rivers of Russia, the  Don, the Valga and the Dnieper  once ran through great forests.  The development of commerce and  The September rod and  Gun.  Duck shooting has a mighty fascination in September and rod and  gun and motor sports in Canada  published by W.J. Taylor, Woodstock, Ont deals in a generous  manner with the duck hunter in its  September issue. Eastern, Central  and Western Canada contributes  duck hunting stories, and the differences iu tbe conditions under  whicii the sport is pursued in various parts of the country are well  brought out. Every;duck hunter  will sympathize with the work of  the Brandon people in making a  collection of'the native wild fowl  and trust their example will be  followed in various parte of the  Dominion. Fishing and big game  hunting expeditions and accounts  of the adventures of a chainman  in "Helping to Make a Railway,"  and the story ot "The lioyal Nova  NOTICE ii hereby given that 30 days  after data, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner ot Lauda and Works  tor a lioenoe to prospoot for ooal aud petroleum under the foreshore and under  the lands covered by water opposite the  foreshow of Denman Island, Oomox District, B. 0., and described as! follows:���������  Commencing at tho south eaat corner post  ot the nortli east fractional quarter of section 4, Deuman Wand, British Columbia;  thenco soutli 80 ohains; thenoo east 80  ohains; thenoe north 70 ohains, moro or  loan, to the high water mirk; thenoe following the sinuoBities of the foreehore to  point nf oommenoement; containing 640  aoree, mors or less.  Dated Denman Island, B.C., July 80, '08  E. KAWAMURA,  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and works for a  licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under the  lands covered by water opposite the .foreshore of Denman Island, Comox District,  B.C. and described as follows:���������Commencing at tho south-east ooruer P"St of  the nurth-e-st fractional quarter of section 4, Dsmuan Island, British Columbia,  thence south 45 chains; tbenee  west 80 ohains; theuce north 80 chains,  Union  S.AJkCTJ33I*   C  Hotel  :F:e*(?j?;r?et.  English 4 x BURTON always on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anheneer, Bohemian, Soblitc, 4o. " OLD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beat Wines and Liquora of all kinds.  The iioardwg and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be tound Fint-olass in every reipest.  BATES,  *>l.oo per day upwards.  Jljlf A LITTLE REMINDER  .���������/������������������,���������������������������������������������; /,v"LEST YOU FORI3ETA      _^  That we; are  Headquarters    for   Linoleums., Carpet;  Squares, Rugs, Beds, Springs and Mattresses.     Your Inspection and orders are hereby solicted and will be  high!  ly" appreciated. -'"-, '.'.'*'    'I./'.1  rnrr,*M"''^"m"nwwsiiaia������w  Kspimalt ft Nanaimo By  The Right Price  Furniture; Store.  the introduction of railways and  machinery caused a demand for  fuel, thus giving value to the  "worthless forests," as they had  been called. In a comparatively  few years it was said in that country, "The machines have devoured  the woods." The consequence  was that the Volga grew steadily  shallower, the Don with its tributaries was choked, and the Dnieper entirely lost Bome of the great  streams whicii added to its flow.  The rivor Worskla, one of the  greatest of these latter, dried up  completely from source to mouth,  the springs which fed it having  absolutely disappeared. The Government and people are now trying by every moans available���������slow  aii'1 expensive at tho best���������to win  baok the streams and thoir now  sterile beds.  Germany haa for conturles been  working out a forest adminstra-  tion, which from crude beginnings  has solved into a highly specialized system, in which the annu-  al returns from the forosls have  iaoie.sod both in quantity and  vnlin, although for the most part  such fo ests are situated on poor,  wimly -nil or in rough, hilly or  tuotiiitninous districts, With a  population of 2*10 persons to the  aqimro mile, Germany considers it  prol*tablo lo not only keep hor  poor lands, at present forested, in  that condition, hut to increase the  art* of sueh forest lands, ovon by  pur hase, Tho net annual income  from her .15,000,000, acres of for-  oa land is 968,000,000. What  Hill Canada������revenue be a hundred years from now f  SODA  IITHISIW.  c.w.aiLLtTT tmm  thence following the sinuosities of the  Scotia Yac^t Squadron" a:e ar- foreshore to point of commencement;  tides to which particular attt*ntion   containing 640 aorea, more or less,  be  directed.    The story  of D������ted, Denman Island, B.C., July 30,:'08  may  ���������'The Alpine Club's Third Annual  Camp" is told in ah article by a  special representative and care is  taken that thosa interested in outdoor life in any of its phases are  not neglected. There is plenty  of variety scattered through tlie  pages of an excellent number, not  only in the Departments, but also  .inJheinumerous_articles���������and,8tors.  ies making up the issue.  A BIG TRUST,  The Pacific Lumber Trade Journal says it bas discovered the biggest trust on earth. It is the  trade paper. It trusts everybody,  gets cussed for trusting, mistrusted for cussing, and if it busts for  trusting, gets cussed for  busting.  TIGHT MONEY TEMPORARY  J. B, Giffin, manager for R. G,  Dun ik Company, when spoken to  in regard to the financial situation  at the const, stated that the present financial stringency was temporary; that possibly in three  months, at least in six months,  money will no longer be tight;  that there was no deep rooted reason for tho present tight money;  and as the banks had ample funds  to use, money would bo available  on moro advantageous terms be*  foro long���������The Lumbermau,  9mr^Sm^^^mf^*lx**  Synopsis  of Canadian Homestead  Beguletione.  Any available Dominion Lands within  the Hallway Belt iu liritish Columbia,  msy be boneiteaded by any person wbo  Is tlio sole bead ot n family, or say mnli  over 18 years of age, te the oitout of oao  quarter seotiou of 100 acres, more or lets,  Entry must be mndo personally at tho  local land office for tbo diatrlot ln which  tbe land Is situate. Entry by proxy  may, howew, be made on etrtain ooo-  ditivus hy tbo father, mother, son, daughter b-otbor or sister of nnd intending  honiMteadar.  Tho homesteader is required to perform  tho conditions counseled therewith  undor one ot tbo following plan*)  (1) At lout six months' residence upon  and miHlvntlon nf th* Innd In annh year  tor throe years.  (a) It tho fathor for mother, if the  fathor iidftotaied), of the homwtOBder  resides upm a (arm Id tho vioinity of the  land eutsrod for, tbe revuiremonts as to  residence muy be satisfied hy auuii \mtaon  reaidi g with tho father or mother.  (H) 111 tbt settler him hi* pormunsnt residence upon farming land owned by  htm In the vioinity of hi* liomoitund, the  requirements aa to residence may be ist-  Ufltd by residence upou th* snld land.  His month*' notice in writing mkould  be given to tbo Comml������*ion*r of Domln-  ion ItHi.tla at Ottawa ot iutenUoulu apply for patent.  Coal.���������Coal mining rights may bo  loaned for a period of twenty-one yonrs  at an anneal rental ot 11 per aom. Not  more than 2,500 aeres aboil bo leased lo  ou* tadivMus? or company. A, royalty  at tbo rate of five ooata por tea ohsll bo  collected un tho merchantable eoai mined  W.W.OOHY.  Deputy of the Mialator of tho Interior  N.B.~Un*otborited ptiblieeUoa ot thi*  advertisement will not bo paid for.  S.NAKANO  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE is her- py given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum uuder the toreshore and under  the lands coveted by water opposite the  foreshore of Denman Island, Oomox District, B. C, and, desoribed .as follows:���������  Commencing nt the north-west ooruer of  8.iJJakaiio!s_cluim,^henoe_southL���������70.  chains; thence weBt 80 ohains; theuce  north 80 ohaius; tbenee east 69 chains,  more nr less, thevce following tbe sinuosities of the foreshore to point ot commencement; containing 040 aores, more  or less,  Dated, Denman Island, B. O., July 30, '08  .KOTO.  J. H. COLLINS  O '' '.' ���������! ..  ������������������A******************* ft*****������*44*6t6****t**������  BEfHt BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  s. s. "City of Nanaimo.'  VICTORIA���������COttfOaC      SOTTTSJ  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m for  Nanaimo, calling at Croftor. kupe%  and Thetis Islands when| fre.^ht or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday,, 7 a. m.,  for Union Bay Comox apu way porta  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday, 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Comox andj way "ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7  a.m.,   for  Nanaimo and way perts.  .'���������.'���������*        . t . ���������  Svls from Nanaimo Saturday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria.  *  VANCOUVER . NAXAIXO - LADY*  4MITB   BOUTE.  S. 8.     "3QAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver for  Nanmo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo for 'Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  -COKIX  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B.C.  NOTIOE is hereby given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner ot Lands nud Works  for a' licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshore nud uuder  the lands covered by water opposite the  foreshore of Denmun Hand, Comox District, B.C., aud described as follows:���������  Commencing at the north-east corner of  K. Koto's clnim; thonoo west 80 chains;  thence north 80 ohains; thenoe east G5  ohains, more or less, to high wntor mark;  thenoe following the sinuosities of tha  foreshore to poiut nf pommeuooment;  containing (540 uores; more or loss,  Dated Deiimnn Island, B. C. July 30, '08  MOTO KOTO  K. Koto, Agent.  TAKK NOTICE that 60 days nftor  date, I intend to apply to tho Hon,  Chief Commissioner of Lands uud Works  f>r a loiwe of tbe foreshore of Deuman  Island, B, 1',, described as follows:���������  Commeuoiiig at a post planted at the  south-west owner u( tho fractional north  east quarter ol seotion 0, Denman Island,  B. Ci; thvnee west*Hloh������lnij tbsno*uorth  41) ohains; tbenoe east 27 ohaius mor* or  las* to the high wuter mark; thenoe, fob  lowing tbe 1 iouoaitiw *t 1)1* for* bor*  ot Mid Doouiaa Islsnd, to polbt ot oom-  meuoomeut, oouUiulug 100 sons mor* or  1*8*.  Dated Donman Island, 11.0. Jnly 80, '08  B, NAKANO  K. Koto, Agont  NOTICK  Every Monday and Friday I  will be iu town to deliver Fresh  Butter and al) kinds of Fruits  and everything in the Vegetable  line; also hay and grain, frosh  and good, ,  Chxu Yhuk,  jy7 Sandwick.'  GO TO N. PARKS  to get your Pit Shoes  made to order for 1*3.00  A pair ot shoes halt  soled for 75c. a pair,  All work reduced in  price. Work doue  promptly.  N.Parki Shoemaker  Union,   II. C  Whetrlrr6ourtenay Stayat���������-���������-  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueBts.  The Gential Hotel for Sportotaon  None, but the Best of Wines and Liquors  nt ihe Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  D. Hunden  H  O  I  c  E  Candy  -AND-  Fruits  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIH8T-CLABH  CANDY, FIUI1TH,  OIGARH ������fc TOBACCOS  MIIIIIIHII1111 _ hi m  ���������STAR'  Stable  J Hayman & Maxwell. $  Proprietors.  4"TEAMSTERS, nnd D  I.SINGLE   and DOUBLE  ^For   HIRE  ..PROMPTLY  DHAYMENV  RIC'iS  ALL   ORDERS!  ATTENDED TO,.  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Tho splendid FeroheroD stallion  "JTCJST 41734"  See  Posters  for Route to begin  APRIL 8rd, 1908.  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  ������ - ���������   Terms,    $36 Insurance  If you are in need of printed stationery of any description, call and see us.  Our stock of Bond Papers, Envelopes,  Business Cards, Calling Cards, Flat* Papers, Wedding Stationery, etc., is of J the  highest quality, and as we have added  some of the newest and most up-to-date  faces in the type kingdom to our plant, we  are in a splendid position to cater to your  wants.     ���������  Letter   Heads,  Bill   Heads, .State-,  jnent^=JZaids,=Xii!cu larSy^PamphletsrHir  fact anything in the line oi Printing.  The  v:  sua say, i ougnr to gee at tnat" If  I'm going around with Lettla I want  to ride a horse. Know anybody that's,  got a real lire horse for sale, Mattie7.  No? Well, I'll .stop in and see the  lady that deals the mall, ni bet yoa  what that' woman doean't know about  what's going Oo In this camp will nev.  er get into history. Be hack rtghti  away!?'*  Said he to the poatmistnas: 'My  name's Saunders, ma'am���������cousin to,  Mtsa Mattie. I Jost stopped in to find!  out ifyoo kaew'auy one that had a  riding horse for sale���������horse with foot  good legs that'll carry me aU day, ,  aad about the rest I don't care a tttAle*  some, cuss."  The postmistress replied at eocA  length and with such velocity that;  lted was amazed. Ue gathered from  her'reniariis thnt n certain Mr. Upton  had an animal, purchased of a chance,  horse denier, which it was altogether  likely he would dispose of, as tbe first  time ho had tried the brote Jt went  up Inro the air nil sorts of ways and  caused the owner to perform suck  tricks before, htpli heaven as made tbe  angels wr*cp.  "Where does this man HveT" asked  Red. with a' kindling eye.  "He Uvea about three miles eat em  tbe PeterviUe road, but beto la town  tonight vlsitin' Miss Alders. Johnny!"  to a email boy who bad been following  the conversation, his wide open eyea  beat on Bed and his month and wig-  gitog bum toes expressing:th&r_deijght���������  "lb vigorous contortions, "JObnvy, yotr  r������a tell Mr. Upton there's a gentleman  ta* bere wants to see him ataat baying  a horse."  "Don't disturb him IT be'a ���������vtstttog,"  iwnonstrated Rod.  "Ho won't call that disturbing Win,"  BepUed the postmistress, wtth a ahrilti  lough.  ���������He'll be here tn so' time."  Sbo was a true prophet It seemed  ���������a if tbo boy Und barely left tho storo  whim be returned with a stoop shoe*  Get your Job Printing  dbne at the News.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Now growing in onr Wnrsarlea  for tbo Fall tr de;*-  00,000 Peoob, Apricot, Nwdtarlne*, Chatty, Plum, Prano, Poor aud Apple  ���������In all leading varieties  100,000 small Finite.  Jo,000 Ornamental Trees, in all laadiof  wletieitorB.0.  Strictly borao grown and ootsubjoot to  damage from famlgatlon.  Stock of Bolba to arrive in Angnat from  Japan, fraaoa aad Holland.  Bee Bopplleo, Spray Pumps, Seeds, Sto.  140-pog* CATALOG VB FRKB.  Ofwihoasoa, loMlMMttad  Foot  Offle* Addre a,  8010 WBirifxvmaaoAB,  Vancouver,  ac  H*������M"I"1"M"M"I"W������M"M"1'������H4  |Cumberland Livery ;;  and Feed Stable...  I   |   JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor ,  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS! OF: AM,  KINDS .....  ! wooa  * *        ...  j; and Coal  ;! Hauled  * * Dunsmuir Aveuue  JCTTMBRRLANT\   It  C      i.  HI M-l-N H-l MUMII11  am JMMttfy. Aft  mJiiw  Vooi'i PUcipiodiai,  'on  Itemr/tv.  at*, th* wholo  nuko* Jiow  *fl TAt Oreat JjMCeL  Tones and invltoraUst  mttajftirt* Jvtrt-  ���������fbOUV, .vaunt ntnt rir^Weert],p*  ney, mmtriwtnltntu.icnttttiont, Spur*  pkr. on hmImwv&mjfi**: ������rwl  ��������� Ont  Cook'i Cottoo Root Compooid.  i*nou  m  Fir Uig Reduction* for  Fire Insurance eall and get  rates before insulin*.  Wesley Willard  Agent forthe Royal  of Liverpool.  Geo, Leighton of Courtenay lias  on hnnd a tin������ Un* of huggto*,  wagon*, and farming ���������mneblncr^.  Mr, Leighton is agent for Mclaughlin Gear Buggies. Thoso  desirous of getting anything in  ���������Jl!* )h)t) ahoilU CM ]ih m'.ijsX.   U-  foro biiyhig  ������lse>where.   George  Leightou (Joi-toniiy B, O,  NEWS  Cumberland,      fi. C.  Provincial  EXHIBITION  Victoria, B, C.  British Columbia's Premier Fair  September  22,23,24,25. & 26  "J Jvj{ stopped In lo ttad out U you I  MV tm that had e tiding hntm/er  Bvery thing Modem aud Up to tlie Minute.  New Grounds, New Buildings. New Attractions.  Horse Show Every Evening.  Cash Tombola    Prises Every Bay*  4 pout* Days 4  GREAT      HORSE     RAOINO  Xrotting^Miag^nnaiBg. Steepl-setta-ring  Esowrdoa Bate* from Everywhere.  dved, solemn faced nun. mlt* tad  a brush heap ot cbta whisker meont>  lag tho lower part of hia faea, Attmr  graottop and tho aaplanatloo of tlie  errand, Mr. Upton stoker! Ms tarn.  whisker regrtlfully. ������^ooag mm%9  said ee, I'd in a pacoollar and em*  plaiaaat position. There's mighty  tefew thtojrs I woaldn't do la a ham*  trade, bet I draw tbe line oo manMe.  That thoro bawso'll kill 700, Juafe  sate ae you're fool eooogh to pot ���������ret*  Mtf en his back. I'll noil yoo a ml  hawse mighty ronoonabie"���������  "III risk hlm," cut In Red. "Oecld,  yen lead hlm down hero ia the mom>  tagr  Set, Indoedy-bo's a perfect Mjr  ef a botae to lead-, on can pkk 9  airy foot-^llmb nl! ovor hlm, io fao*���������  eioaCs yoa dont try to rldo blm or  <MMh Mn **ix    Tf y?-3 dc thst  wttt,  ywng man. -yuml! rM a vtnttf lair  .Idee af what Is meant by ooe of tke  demons of boll."  ���������What kind of saddle hare jve  **r  *Ooe af them ontlandlsh western srf-  f������N> the* th* t-sr^g tin*.* !**��������� ***** tim  aalmsl-yott see, 1 thought I'd lake  op bomback rhllng for m? hosKht  I-waa la hod three weeks after mg  feat try."  "I'll go yoo rm for tbo oetflt. Imat  <*m yoa fat U~cbsp, tspe and latt|������  'eirapH if you'll have ft Is front nf toy  heme et 0 o'doek tomAnwr."  ���������AO right yoont maa: all rlitit, atr.  New deat Mame no If yoo air eoott  bees* abm fMi"  Iteiy.* oaM led.   "Oome tad aw  wUl," rained Og ������M p������  We do goo.1 qnslity PRINTING. I  ���������For Frige List* or Infoimation, Address-*  Jo S. SMABT, Manager.  aiApnrnviL  tbo next morning there wee  enmd In front ot the  "Whet hove yoa been  -    ���������.y|_wr **** *m **  %%% wllei |MpfarlMifvi.  "Oaiy bayiag a honai, Matm,* te*  tareet Red aeherly.   "���������seam so ha  aaeteataw*."  ���������>i������ia^ *t\m  (  I   MW THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BItlTISH  COLUMBIA  The Gumtjerland News  Issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  Tlii' paper will not hold itself,  responaiblo for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  from timo to time.  TUESDAY,    SEPT.   i,   i908  Lessons from Abroad  A Warning and an  Example.  The penalties resulting from a  reckless destruction of the forests  have already been felt in many  partB of Canada in the irregular  flow of streams and the erosion of  considerable acres of agricultural  laud. On the other hand Canada  has been benefited by all efforts  nude by the Dominion and Provincial Governments to promote  tho wise use of our forest wealth.  But we must look abroad for the  most notable examples of a good  or bad forest policy.  The great rivers of Russia, the  Don, the Valga and the Dnieper  onco ran through great forests.  The development of commerce and  "tlie~iFfTolllRi6iMTrf"TailwayS~"and  machinery caused a demand for  fuel, thus giving value to the  ''worthless forests," as they had  been called. In a comparatively  few years it was said in that country, "The machines have devoured  the woods." The consequence  whs that the Volga grew steadily  ehallower, the Don with its tributaries was choked, and the Dnieper entirely lost some of the great  streams whicii added to its flow.  Tho river Worskla, one of the  greatest of those latter, dried up  completely from source to mouth,  the spring which fed it having  abnolalely disappeared. The Gov  eminent and people are now trying by every moan s available���������slow  uii't expensive at the best���������-to win  back the streams nnd their now  sterile beds,  Germany has for centuries been  vorking out ft forest adminstra-  tion. whicii from crude beginnings  has evolved into a highly specialized system, in which the annu-  al rt'iurim from the forosls have  inoieoud both in quantity and  viilut., although for the most part  Mich fo ents are situated on poor,  aunJy -oil or in rough, hilly or  niout'tidiioiis districts, With a  population of 210 persons to the  squints mile, Germany considers it  prof'tabln lo not only keep hor  poor lands, et present forested, in  that condition, hut to incroaso the  ���������ires of Huch forest lands, even by  pun haw. Tho net annual income  from her 35,000,000, acres of for-  met land is ������fi3,000,000. What  ���������HI r'fs������*i-'.n'n iT*'������*mi\' V a hun  drcd yum) from 7k<k\'  The September rod and  Gun.  Duck shooting has a mighty fascination in September and rod and  gun aud motor sports iu Canada  published by W.J. Taylor, Woodstock, Out deals in a generous  manner with the duck hunter in its  September issue. Eastern, Central  and Western Canads contributes  duck hunting stories, and the differences in the conditions under  whicii the sport is pursued in various parts of the country are well  brought out. Every duck hunter  will sympathize with the work of  the Brandon people in making a  collection of the native wild fowl  and trust their example will be  followed in various parts of the  Dominion. Fishing and big game  hunting expeditions and accounts  of the adventures of a chainman  in "Helping to Make a Railway,"  and the story ot "The Royal Nova  Scotia Yacht Squadron"  a:e ar-  NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days  after date, I inteudto apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner ot Lauds and Works  tor a licence to prospect tor coal aud petroleum under the toreshore and under  the lands covered by water opposite the  foreshore of Denman Island, Oomox District, B. C, and described bb follows:���������  Commencing at tbo south eaat corner poet  of the north east fractional quarter ot section 4, Denman Island, British Columbia;  these* south 80 chains; thenoe east 80  ehains; thenoe north 70 chains, more or  less, to the high water unrk; thence following the sinuosities of the foreshore to  point nf commencement; containing 640  acres, mor. or less.  Dated Deuman Island, B.C., July 30, '08  R. KAWAMURA,  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICB is hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and works for a  licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under the  lands covered by water opposite the foreshore of Denman Island, Comox District,  B. C. and described as follows:���������Commenoing at the south-east ooruer post of  the nurtb-e-st fractional quarter of section 4, Denman Island, British Columbia,  thence south 45 chains; thence  west 80 ohains; theuce north 80 chains,  thence following the sinuosities of the  foreshore to point  ot  commencement;  tides to which particular attention   containing 640 aorea, more or lees,  be directed.    The story  of Dated' D^man Island, B.C.,July30,  may  "The Alpine Club's Third Annual  Camp" is told in an article by a  special representative and care is  taken that thosa interested in outdoor life in any of its phases are  not neglected. There is plenty  of variety scattered through the  pages of an excellent number, not  only in the Departments, but also  in the numerous articles and stor  ies making up the issue.  A BIG TRUST.  The Pacific Lumber Trade Journal says it has discovered the biggest trust on earth. It is the  trade paper. It trusts everybody,  gets cussed for trusting, mistrusted for cuasing, and if it busts for  trusting, gets cussed for busting.  SODA  lATU*  tm TMt etrr.  E.w.oiLLrrr fl^rs  TIGHT MONEY TEMPORARY  J. B, Giffin, manager for R. G.  Dun & Company, when spoken to  in regard to the financial situation  at the const, stated that the present financial stringency was temporary; that possibly in three  months, at least in six months,  mouey will no longer be tight;  that there was no deep rooted reason for tho present tight money;  and as tho banks had ample funds  to use, money would be available  on moro advantageous terms beforo loiig���������The Lumbormau.  '',Wrtmm*^m**mm������^^m-  Synopsis of Canadian  Homestead  Xegulationa.  Any available Dominion Lands within  the Railway Belt in British Columbia,  msy be bomeiteaded by any person who  I* tlio aole bend of n family, or any mnl*  over IB yenrs of agu, to tho extent of oao  quarter aootiou of 1C0 acres, mora or loss,  Entry mint be mndo pursonully nt tho  (nasi land olllo* for tbe district in which  the land l������ situate. Entry hy proxy  may, however, be made on otrtnln ood.  ditiun* hy (befattier, mother,son, daughter b-other or lister ul and intending  honiMteadtr.  Thehoraittesder ia required to perform  the conditions connected therewith  under one of tbo following plans;  (1) At lent six mouth*' residence upon  sud oultlvotioa of the land In enolt year  (or turee yuar*.  (i'J If tli* father (m luAkei, it ,\m  fathor I* dooeaied), uf the horn, i-tesder  reside* upm a fans in tha vicinity ot the  land euttrod for, tbe rtvnlremonta as to  residence mny beintlatled by hmhIi pomon  .M������ivi. ^ with lli* tmiliii \i. Umi>iuiit.  (H) If thi eottler bna hi* permanent residence upon farming land owned by  him In Ihe rlolnity of hU homestead, the  r*quln������m������nt* as to re*i<lonue may Im sat-  Ufled hy rosldenoe upon th* suld land.  Hi* month*' notioe in writing should  tw given t* tbe ComnUsiuner of Dominion Ln.idfl at Ottawa of intention to apply fnr patent.  Coau���������Coal mining right* may be  leaaed fnr a period of twenty-one yenrs  at st> annus! rental of II per acre. Not  mora than 'iflAo aero* ahall be leaaed lu  nne individual or oompnny. A royalty  at tbe rate of five cents por ton shall he  oollMted on tbo merchantable am) mined  W.W.COltY.  Deputy of the Miai*u*r of the Interior  M.n.-Uo*uthori������d publication of tills  advertisement win not be paid for.  '08  S. NAKANO  K.Koro, Agent  Union  Hotel  English 4 x BURTON always on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenser, Bohemian, Sohlitz, ko. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Seat Wines and Liquor* of all kind*.  The itoarding and Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mra  Davis, will be found First-olas* in every respeet,  BATES,  91.00 per day upward*.  JUST A LITTLE REMINDER f  "lest you FORGET." *  niauuHiiniii^^  NOTICE is her. py given that 30 days  after date, I intend to apply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for a liuencfl to prospect for coal and petroleum uudor the foreshore and under  the lands covered hy water oppoaita the  foreshore of Denman Island, Oomox District, B. C, and, described .as follows:���������  Commencing nt the north-west ooruer^ of  S. Nukano's claim, thenoe south 70  ohaihsJlHence w*eR"T_80~5liaina; theuce"  north 80qhaine; tbenee east 69 chains,  more or less, theuce following tbe sinuosities of the foreshore to point of commencement; containing 640 acres, more  or less,  Dated, Denman Island, B. 0., July 30, '08  . KOTO.  NOTICE is herebv given that 30 days  after date, I intend to npply to the Hon.  Chief Commissioner of Lands nud WorkB  for a licence to propped for coal nnd petroleum under the foroshore nud under  tho Jnnds covered by water opposite the  foreshore of Denmun Island, Comox Distriot, B.C., aud doHorihed as follows:���������  Commencing at the north-east coruer ol  K. Koto's eUim; theuoe west 80 chains;  thence north 80 ohiiins; thenoe east G5  chains, more or less, to high wnter mark;  thonco following the sinuosities of the  foroshore to poiut ������f putnmencoment;  oontuiuing (HO ucres*, more or less,  Dated Denman Island, B. C. July 30, '08  MOTO KOTO  K. Koto, Agont.  TAKK NOTICE that 60 days after  dale, I intend to upply to the Hon,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  (-r a lease ot tbe toreshore of Deuman  Island, B, i'��������� described as follows:���������  Commeuoing at a post plauted ut tbe  south-**ost oerner of tho fractional nortb  east quarter ol seotion 5, Deuman Inland,  B. C; tbenoe west 4* obaini; tbenoe north  40 chain*; tbenoe east 27 ohaius mor* or  less to the higb wuter mark) thenoe. fob  lowing tho liouoHitlen of the fore bore  of said Denu.un Island, to point ot com-  tnonoemout, oouUiulug 160 aores mor* or  lane.  Dated Denman hland, B. O. Jnly 80, 'OS  S. NAKANO  K. Koto, Agent  NOTICE  Kvery Monday and Friday I  will bc iu town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Fruits  and everything in the Vegetable  line; also hay and grain, fresh  and good,  Chiu Y������uk,  jy7 Sandwick.  GO TO N. PARKS  to get your I'it Shoes  made to order for W3.00  A pair cf shoes half  soled for 75c. n pair.  All work reduced in  price. Work done  promptly.  N.Parks Shoemaker  Union,   H. C.  Kspimalt ft Nanaimo Ry  RUSH  That we are Headquarters for Linoleums., Carpet  Squares, Rugs^ Beds, Springs aad Mattresses. Your Inspection and orders are hereby solicted aud will be high  ly" appreciated.  %^������������ J. H. COLLINS  ������  BEER  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UnionBreweryBeer  s. s. 'City of Nanaimo.'  VIOTOSilA���������C01402E       SWWTPSJ  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. tti for  Nanaimo, calling at Croftor. Kupe^  and Thetis Islands when| fre.ght or  passengers offer.  Leave? Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Bay Coinox <tnd way porta  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a.m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday, 7 a. m,, for  Union Bay Comox andj way; ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday,    7 a.tn.,   for  Nanaimo and way perls.  .." ��������� *. ���������    * '-. '* . ***���������        '  Sails from Nanaimo Saturday, a p.mn for  Victoria.  '���������  VANCOUVER - NAUAIMO - LADY'  SMITH   BOTJTJK.  S. 8.     "JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  for   Nanmo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo for ' Van ouvet  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B.C.  .W,hen=lnJ2ojixtejiay.Stay=aJL  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Oential Hotel for Sportsmon  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Har.  HATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  T>. Hunden  H  O  I  C  E  Candy  -AND-  Fruits  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PinST-CLABB  CANDY, FIUJ1TH,  CIGARH tfc TOKAOCOK  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOl  ^ POR  BOYS  The Laurels        Belcher 8treet  Victoria, B C.  Patron and Visitor,  KLQlxO  blallOi' Ott VOhUmdlilA,  _M_I::M-J_H41^^  i  'STAR'  ������ ���������  Stable  ������������������ Hayman & Maxwell. '**  X. "P  Proprietors.  e * earn  "3rd St, Cumberland ii  ��������� ��������� ���������.  Hj*i������4-i"l"t-,I'4"M"l''I"l"l''t"l"l',l"l"i''|''  r  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES!  , And all KITCHEN IUTEN81L8'  g    Sportsmens Goods  !' and  j General Hardware  wL&**9^99^^^*^R*r*Mpw  When in Cumberland  ���������TAT AT THE  VENDOME.  A9   K\.b Coxvknunom ro* Gyms'  -COMIX  VAKCOUVKB-NANAIMO  UNION.  "B. 8. aneenOity" (O.P.B.)  Leas    Vancouver, Sunday, 7 pm.   Ar  rives atNsuaimo, Sunday, 11 p. m.   $  Leaves Nauaimo Monday, 3 a. m. Arrives at Uuion, Monday, 11 a. m. Arrive  at Cowox. Meudav. lp.m.  Leave Comox, Monday, 7 p. m. Arrive  at Uuioo, Mouday, 8 p. m.  Leave Union, Tueuday, S a. m. Arrive  at Nanaimo, Tueaday, at 11.30 a. m.  Leaves Nanaimo, Tuesday, ������t 1 p.m.  Arrive at Vancouver, Tuetiday, at 6 p.m.  Calling at Wav P01U wheu freight and  passenger* offer.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   let, 1907,  NORTH BOUND���������Rcnd    Dcwn  Pussenger Tra4na  Dally  Stations. No. 1  Victoria,  Huikils,  Sbawnigan,  it  Cobl.le Hill,  Cowiohaa,  Kokiilah,  Duncan's,  Sotnenoi,  Wtitholae,  Oheinainm,  Ladyimitb,  Sontb Wellington,  Naaaiue,  Wellington,  De. 0,00  0.04  10,17  10.22  10.40  10.48  10.A3  11.00  11.07  ' 11.18  11.32  11,07  12.18  12.35  Ar 12.53  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De, 10.00  J6.04  10.18  10.18  10.30  16.41  16.47  16.08  17.10  17.22  17 85  17.55  18.19  18.30  Ar 18 45  SOUTH DOUND-Read Up.  Why ������<ii(l n������ny for jour print-  inff, wlit'ii 1 mi <*ini pt ft dontt  rl^lit huci-'lii ymir "wn town,  Jiint n������ pi d ntul ju������t aa clump na  In Nnnaiiiio, V'n*ii>rla, or Vmicouv.  cr. Our tiliuit i^ equipped with  tln> lawn! rncen of Typ, mid your  order shall receivu prompt etten-  ion���������no iiietttr how iinell,  il������������.l Maater  J.W.LMNO, ESQ,,  M, A,,  OXFORD.  Ai������ut������d i.) vine* v.iauuaiw ui th* I .trolled UaWenititi ol Great Britain and Canada.   Moderate terwi tor hoarders.  Properly eoni'iti of Uvt teres with ipaei*  loni eohool buildinvs, iiltuiive retreat in  grounds, gyiuc-itiutii, Cadet oorps cr������m,  led.  Al't'LY TU HKAD MAHTEK.  FOU SALE���������Two Honci miu  able for furm work and one heevy  two v.liwl curl. Apply 8iin������������ii  lfilf.nr 6s Oo, Ltd, Oimthorlend  H. O.  run Bin ������ Rvri'Lian with  Best Liquors and Ci'irars  BRAMBETU^AWIWON   Prop  F, PHILLIPS HARRISON  Banrl������t������r and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Gonv������yanolns  Cumberland    B. 0.  NEW YORK '  CLIPPER  II THI IMATItT  THEATRICAL I SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  $4.00 Pit Ynr.   Singli Cep>, 10 Cts.  mtrto ircmuT.  8AWFLI OOPY Mil.  rMNK0UHNWI.CO.(UOr  Viotoria,  Huieeli,  Sbawnigan,  ti  Cebble Hill,  Cowlubaa,  Kekeilah,  Duncan'���������,  fiutjienoe,  Weitbolmt,  Chemaiaui,  Ladyimitb,  ii  Boitb Wellington,  Naaitme,  Wellington,  No, _  Ar. IVI.OO  lit.Oit  10.61  10,48  10,40  10.15  10,011  10 Oil  tl 47  017  9.80  Df, ������.(I0  Ar. 8,60  8.V8  8.15  Dl. 8,00  Ne, 4  18, DC  18.51  17 35  17.30  17.22  17.08  17.03  16,58  10,43  16,33  10.122  Di, 15.08  Ar. 1148  It-Ail  15.15  Dl. 15,00  Thoumnd Mile and Commutnllnn Tickets on uie, good ovet rail and iteau.er  tinea, at two and one-half cenn per mile.  Special iraim and iteamen for Excur  iloni, and reduced ritei for partiei mny  be arranjfed foi on application to the  Diit. I'm. Agent at Victoria,  Tht Companv reiervei the right to  chanvt without previous notice,ateamert  lailinv dates and hours nf saillnr/.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  4ll Suiiont, Loud hi ^niiit jouuiey .Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  han Monday.  J, W. TROUP, Oen, flop, B.C, Ooast Ser.  O. L. COURTNEY, Dili Frt. * 1 ���������������������������. Ag.  api Manna  ^   OceieNe.  Oewretartra Ae.  j ntimttf       ffi,  [i%������*v  ..  ikiMMeft*tft������,lai���������.  sckminc mtmtwa  >f������N������e a  THE NEWS, CUMBEREANP, BRITISH COLUMBrAV  WATSOUPS  Ring of Scotch Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents for B C  SPORT  ���������* Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ^^   with  ROD and GUN  If you like (o reed of the experience* of  anglers, shooters end campers or yichtlon  or If you are Interested In country life, ask  your nersdealer lor Forest and Stream.  or write for free specimen copy, or send  tyenty-flve cents for four week*1 trial trip,  Forest and Stream Is a Urge Illustrated  weekly lournsl, which oontslns tbe following  departments:  Game Bad BAdGan,      Natural History,  Sea snd River Flshlnjg,  YaehlinJ,  The Sportsman Tourist, CemoelnA.  Rifle and Trap, Kennel.  We send free our catalogue of the best hooka  oa outdoor life aod recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, New York City.  Vehicles. Implements,  ,*iJ*.tmU-*-*-*  * ��������� **-������- ,  j Every Tool  For the  i  Farmer.  ������M"M"I"t"M-M**  OLD NEWSPAPERS FOU  SALE AT THE Nkws OFFICE.  25 cents per HUNDRED.  NOTICB,  Riding on locomotives and rail  way corB ol the Union Oolliery  Company by any person or per-  ions���������except rain crow���������*!.' strlotly  prohibited. Employees "re sub*  (ec U> dismissal for allowing sani*  By ordor  FlUNOIS IJ, LlTTI.t  Manages.   ,  Prices  and  Quality  guaranteed  mmfm*1m,f,a*,a\,1ma1a*1m9mlmU  ~ eea   en ^4   ���������   ���������   #   ���������   ���������-  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd*  H.  S* ROLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver, Be C.  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, S.'C.  Tho splendid PeroUeron stallion  "JITST  41734"  See  Posters  for Route to begin  APItll, 8rd, 1908.  B. Crawford, Courtenay.  t  .n ������������������   Terms,    $30 Insurance   ������������������������  Get your Job Printing  dbne at the News.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  Aiow growing in our Nuraeriaa  tot tha kail it da;���������  00,000 Panoli, Apiiout, Nvotarinea, Char-  ry, Plum, r-runu, Penr nud Apple  ���������in ul) landing nrletioe  IQOfiQD Siurnll I'juiU  iO.OOO Ornntnentnl Troon, In ail lending  vorietloa for fi. 0,  Strictly home grown and not aubjoot to  damage from fumigation.  Stook of Bnlbe to arrlra in August from  Japan, France and Holland.  Bw Suppllea, Spray Pumps, Beeda, Kto.  UO-page OATALOOUB MBB.  fclttfwTtaTMfaiti--*--*-'*"*--*--*--f^fa������f^faaf^ta>fMte-^My*  ���������^w|W|-������*|-������|-|_|������B|N|M|M|������^������p|W|_*|������||M|M|������V|_������|^������^  jj Cumberland Livery f  :: and Feed Stable  I   JOHN   BRYDEN   J  Proprietor ,  ****  ;:  Orae-tbouaoa, Snd Houaea and Poat  Oflice Addree,  3010 WK������IM1NI*TEH ROAD,  Vancouver,  B.C  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OP : AU.  KINDS   ii wood  ji and Coal  I Hauled  * * Dunsmuir Avenue  * CUMBERLAND,  II. O.  Wl 1 HHH-H'HH Mil i  Wool's ttioipto&lAi,  Tlit Great Biglisl* ItmrAy.  tone* aad Invigorate* the wtiolo  nukoa .now  ������Aw-  prrv.Jkt'  ,ajwr-  tint, Puree New  , ...-aim Warn  taktie*s.KniU*w\*s,  ^���������rrrKiamMti ^**Vff ^Swlu" f*ctitv'  wU) euro. Bohrbf all droffiruVor mallo-i (n  *A>rtemvWm*mUeii Teranw*  Ont.  Cook'i Cotton Root Compound,  ^UU)ronw^hwmen������n  fink  ������neVnwu(i.Ti)ul  "insurance.  Fire    and    Life  Fir Hitf Reductions for  Fire Insurance call and get  rates before insuring,  Wesley Willard  Agent fortlie Royal  of Liverpool,  Geo. Leighton of Courtenay lias  on hand a tine Hue of bnggfoa,  wagons, nnd farming manhinei-y.  Mr, leighton is agent for McLaughlin Gaar Bu^glei. Thoso  desirous of getting anything in  thla lino should t*oo hia ntorlr l*c  ton* buying else.where. Goorgo  Leigh tmi (Jou'tonay B, O.  tf^.  mr  IS  Class to Our  Printing.  If you are in need of printed stationery of any description, call and see us.  Our stock of Bond Papers, Envelopes,  Business Cards, Calling Cards, Flat* Papers, Wedding Stationery, etc., is oQ the  highest quality, and as we have added  some of the newest and most up-to-date  faces in the type kingdom to our plant,  we  are in a splendid position to cater to your  wants.  Letter   Heads,   Bill   Heads, ,-State-';  JMnts^Ca^  fact anything in the line of Printing.  v^  GJ  *tm*  CO  The  Cumberland  NEWS  Cumberland,      B.C.  ������M������MOTMHMMMH^M������aama������MMMM������BMiaBHatama*NmaMMr������a������aMHM^^  Provincial  EXHIBITION  Victoria, 8. C.  British Columbia's Premier Fair  September  22,23,24,25, & 26  t-U  m.  r-l  U  et  mm**.  a  tl  W  bm. way, i ougfir to gst at Umt" Xf  I'm goin. around with Lettla I want;  to ride a horse. Know anybody that's  got a real Jive horse for sale, Mattie?  No? Well, I'll stop ln and see the  lady tbat deals the mail, ni bet you  what that woman doesn't know about  what's going ou In this camp will no*.'  er get Into history. Be back��������� right!  away!"  Said he to the poetintetwar*: -My  name's Saunders, ma'am���������cousin to.  Miss Mattie. I just stopped in to find  out if yoa knew auy one that had n  riding horse for sale���������horse wltb foot  good legs that'll carry me all day,  and about the rest I don't care * fna)o������  some cuss."  Tbe postmistress replied at suck  leugth and with such velocity that;  bed was amazed. He gathered from  ber remarks' that n certain Mr. Upton  had an uniraal, purchased of a chance,  horse denier, which It wns altogether  likely be would dispose of, as the first  time he had tried the brute It went  up lnro the afr nil sorts of ways and  caused tbe owner to perform suck  tricks before high heaven as made the  angels w������>ep.  "Where does this man live?" asked  Red. .with a1 kindling eye,  "He liven about three miles out em  the PeterviUe road, hut he's io town  tonight visitin' Miss Aiders, Jchnnyr  to a email boy who had been following  the conversation, bis wide open eyea  beat on Red and his month and wiggling bare toes expressing tbdrjfeligi>t_.  -ta-vtgdraus^TffitlOTonar"Jofihny, you  i%n tell Mr. Upton there's a gentleman  to here wants to sec bim abnat bayin-ff  a borse."  ������������������Don't disturb hto If tots Wmtitn*."  mnonstrated Red.  -Ho won't call that disturbing Uo,"  netted tbo postmistress, with a shrill-  laugh.  "He'll be here in no time."  Sbo was a troc prophet. It seemed  ���������* if the boy Imd barely left tho atom  when be returned with n stoop shoof*  Everything Modern and Up to tlie Minute,  New Oroundi, New BuiidiiiK*. New Attractions.  Horse  Show Every Evening.  Caih Tombola    Friies Every Day*  4 Fouf Days 4  GREAT       HORSE      RACING  We tlo goo.1 qnelity PRINTING.  Ti^ttins,Paoinga^uininff��������� Steepleehadng  Exourtion Bates from Everywhere.  tj-iutttorrprd in *���������>Andoxdtt mouIhmv  anv vet mmm had e ridtno **t*rmfer  mie."  teed, aolemn faced mim, mtm had  a broth hatp of cbtn whtaker Aaeorat-  Ing tbe lowr part of bU fact. Altar  gretttnp and Um tttplaiutlon at the  errand, Mr. Upton ftroked Mi ehto  wbiaktr mcwtfully. -Toong mam,9  nld b������v "I'm in a pacoollar and em*  yfctaaat potllion, There'a mUtbtj  teyem thtop I wootdn't do In a bawee  trade, bat I draw tbe Iln* oa noi-dee.  Tbat Ultra bawtuf'U kill yon, )������*���������  ���������an ac you're fool enough to pot yee*  aalf on bla bnck. I'll tmll yoa a raU  tuiwwe mlgbty ronaonabla**���������  "111 rtett Win," cut In lied. "Ctonld  you lead lilm down hero ia tbe mom-  "Tan, lnda*dy~lifl'a a pertatt Ia4jr  et a borua to laad-you can pick 9  airy foo������-<liinb nil oror blm, In fac*���������  rtoatfa you dont try to ride blm or  ���������Mteh hlm op.    Tf fni A* **\e*  ���������*****.  ���������fmuag man. yooll gat a pt������tty fair  idea et what la meant by enn ot tee  menona et ball."  ���������What kind of tmMxa bar* fee  ayttr  "On* of tbeni onUandlnh ������a������alnrn af-  falra thn* the menmp thr>-tr h -.rlti: 'Ji*  anlmat-yw see, l thought I'd ink*  op bofiwback riding for my braKb;  I-waa te had three wooka after tee  rant try,"  "I'll -aa fee |tt for tba ootflt, Joat  am roe em It-cbapa, tape and latifa  'atrnpii, U yon'll h������v������ it In tttmt ot nr  bona* at 0 o'clock tomorrow."  "All right, yoont man; all rlgbi air.  Hum dot* 1 Mam*/ mo if yoa air took  ban* atom font"  ���������-Wary." aaM IM. **Oeme and aaa  tAmtamr  1 aAmtetf wUI,"  ���������For Prite U������ta or InfotmaUon, A������ldreM-������  J������ mim SMART* Managor.  oiAmnt nt  the ontt morning thrra <  trnmd In frmtl of Ut*  "Wbat bar* joo baaa 9**4aal  ivmr eatttt hub Hat-  tie, Wltb pwdwttm  "Only buying ��������� tvonw, MunlB," i������-  tamed Itod aobarly. "HMuna ta ta  tan* a������ event oaf*."  C  El acm THE NEWS, CUMBEllLAMD, BRITISH? COLUMBIA'.  fi}- .     '"  ^:s;^fn������%^<t)f������������������^������i9������������8������9������������  A  J'\i  ^todu&rt, the   jeweier  !  Vou have  a JL,arg������ Stock to Select Prom.  I Cut Glass.  ������  ..are the right goods for Wedding gifts..  ������<jXi)@<?>fi^^ ������(g)������������@)<i)������������������������������(g^^  S. ISAKA,    PROPRIETOR  LOCAL    ITEMS  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made  to Order  from $20 to 835     All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  CUMBERLAND     &    I NION  WATERWORKS CO. L TD.  . ,     NOTIOE,    .   '    *  ��������� ��������� REGULATIONS FOB SPJilXKLING.  No person shall sprinkle or use  itf'any manner whatever the wntor  supplied, iipon lawns, gardens  yaiVls or grounds of any description  except during the following hours;  lrom7_^JjijJUja���������MAJP^Ji!^^^  Jt.  ���������Br.D.E. Kerr, dentist, will "be at Cour-  toaray Sept., Uth*  for one week .and ,at  Cumberland for two  'we������.ks  Z,^Eiokla^iKLdaughter_J-ett_by,  Satnrpay's* boat for Victoria,  -e������������������  Mr. find Mrs. J. Lockner,  left  Iiy Saturday's boat for Ladysmith,  ���������   . o- ������������������ ���������  Mrs. Matt Piercy loft  by  Saturday's boat for Seattle.  ,0-  ���������.-.  Mrs. Jerry McGill  returned to  Nmmi������to by Saturday's boat.  ���������..     '    1 o��������� ~���������-  Mrs. 0. Whyte arrired home by  Wiidnosday's boat.  .   ���������    "*m- ������������������- ' -  Mra. W. 0. Why to, of Minto,  loft, by Thursday's bout for Nanaimo.  p. in. to 9 p.m. Ail leaking tups  must be repaired on "or before the  20th of August next.  The supply of water will be cut  off without notice from all persons  not complying with these regula-  tionp.and will not ho again turned  on until the payment of a lino of  o#s dollar.  By order,  I..W. Nunns; Sko'v.  Cumberland, J3. C. Aug. 3rd, OS  ammaamm a������������ men min,m**mtmmmimw*Am*-mmt**  Funeral'Direc-j  tor  and   Em-}  balmer  ���������6cec3G������&@$-seciee$s i  mmgBLmmmimm**mm  A^upofBOVRlL  will/drive away that,  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone, to  the entire system..  .*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  !      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. S3,900,000  Keseuve, ������4,300,000'  Abbots,   846,400,000 ,  Deposits, $38,700,000  ��������� lWon&y Orders:  Mouse E&aiHZiis Re  newing:   :t   iPoundations  Carefully Attesule    to.  ������  Cnniberland,  B.C.  -3  ������ ,.'��������� ��������� fit)  FOR SALE.  r      1   ^,m ���������<?:ii*XV-)rt  A ranch, 4 miles from town, 103  acres, partly cleared. For particulars apply to. R. Hornal, Cumberland. II.-O.  Rates. ,  $5 and under ... 3 Cents  ��������� Oyer   ������5 and not exceediugSlO 6Cerite     -  Over $10 nnd uot exceeding $30 10 Cents  Over 830 and uot exooedin^ 850 15 Cents  These Money Orders are payable without cost in any   Chartered  B^nk hi Canada.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank,  l A. B. NETHERBY, 'X**"fc-      |  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������  Mrs. AIqx ������������������Cameron, arrived  home by Friday's boat.  Miss, ili Anthony arrived homo  liy I'VidayVboat,   .'im   ��������� my 1 ���������  Mum Carrie Piket, was a pase-  tuiui���������)��������� to lJanman Island, by Sat-  liiiluv'-i bout.  1   FOR SALE--  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  ../   ON EASYTI-.RMS  C. Segraflc, Agent,   Cumberland  Mr. and Urn T. L, Brown, of  Viib.n Uay, left by Saturday's boat  lu* Nmiahno, whoro thoy will re-  ti.df. iu fiitiire,  Cfi'nipboll    "f   (Vunpboll  Mr.  Jjrot*.,  b"i.l.  arrived  homo bv Friday's  und Mn*. J.Cunliiro arrived  by i-'niay.H boat,  On Smithy lii-it a inteto panther  win- *liot bv Mr. 1,  V.  tSliuijl.'iiil  <'[ iiiiiclivii'.ii. Tin: iili'iinnl liilled  fttt ,if 'dr. .1, S. Slioj.la.'id':*, vul-  lUib'.r ! iiilh Down l.milm, Ulld one  ViMri.nif Vfilii"dnf ?V,IH������i '!')'" HUM  tlii-l  -**��������� ���������!t/Iif*������1 in:  ���������Ji:  ��������� ) p'',.iiiiin.  T  .. |.,P  nn  ������i    ..ay, \h . ',  J 'it v*h**i' imd   -Mr,  .. n  <^iH' 11 (ily  >.   .<ii>,  d   Mn*.  Phoenix, II. 0., Aug 27.���������Tlio  towu of Midway,twelve milea from  hero was the  scone of' a Hpnsn-  tional .hold-up last night   when  C*liaH. Thomir,.of  Midway  Hotel  wa*?*1iot and killed liy two marked  men who entered (he' hotel   at   9  o'clock, and at the point of a gun  foi.r incii including Thomit wore  told  to  throiv  up their   bandit.  Thoitiit being behind tlie bar put  jiis'lmiid on a irvohur and opened  lire 'on  tho inti'iulom   wounding  one.    Tlie    striuiger-t    ri'ialiuted,  Thomit rerwiving 11 bullet   in   the  Ahiinldt'i* nnd abdomen, af1������*rwlii"h  ln<, niiiggi'iud thi'uugii a  ������id������ iloor  iulo a rmiin,    Thu di'fir'railtxiKgot  into tin* room thmti������rli niothcri'ii-  trani'i' and nhot tlin**,* inun' bnlh-iF  into ihf body i.f tlift  dyiiijj;   1! 1 tit 1.  Tlivy   lln*n   iiiadt*.    tlieir    i-Hcape.  "Rdv'dlimind-- are liciiiij brought  jiurti���������> j'-'KHiit* to ii.wt' na* crinnii -  xt\\ii u\  lue  oi'.������jn'ri.iloi!S   is  NOTICE is hereby given, that-  one month after the duta hereof,  I intend to apply to F, S; Hasswy,  Superintendent of Police, foi'' a  Licence to sell'intoxicating Li-  quors-by-retaily���������on���������the���������prem-i-Bw*-'  known as tbe Port Harvey-Hotel,  aitimie ut Port Harvey, on lot 4l>8,  range 1, District of Graycrol't  Island.  Al.V'RKI) Andkxws.  Cnniberland,. IJ. C. Augiu-t 18th 08  New Fall Goods now- showing  at the Pig Store��������� Ludier.' Man  ties, lliiincoatB, Hloiisos,. Underwear, Hosiery/ Gfcnt's Raine;<!ili������)  Umbrellas, IIat-3 and Caps,Underwear, Tictjj' ���������' Clothing.���������Simon  Leisor & Co,, Ltd.  LOOKING INTO ���������THE NEKDS  OF COMOX��������� ATLIN  D1STUIUT.  Atlin, Aug. '-1-*.���������Win Sloan,  tho alw-iye popular M. P. for Oo-  mox-Atlin, arrived here on Friday  labt on his annual round, and has  spout tho intervening ,days look-  ing into the matters affecting this  portion of bin countiriioncy. During his Ktay here he has* visited the  eieekfi in thp biirroiinding di������trict  where ho wiih iiineh inlereated' in  the milling openitiuii^, beiug hini-  fitlf a j/ionoor operator. He met  with a splendid reception on all  !-id< s.  The public -services mftintninod  Merchant  TAILOR  Mr. Editor:���������Will  you kindly  allow  mo a Bmall space iii jour paper for a few  words in regard of the insult that Mayor  Wiilard made'npoh-niy uamo.at thu meet  ing, when appointing a night   policeman.  I can't understand why he hud shown hirn  iifilf so i'gnoiant'-as to.mention my name at  all, any'more than anjrotuer of the eau Ji-  dat'eB.   Ij was asked l>y an hoaor.bla oili-  z6n of our town to phee my application  for the office; although I was not very anx  ions for the office as poliooniuu, 1 thought  I would asnd iu  iny  application.   But I  am wry sorry that it gave our Honorable  Mayor Willard tbe opportunity to cant a  slur upon me in au opeu meeting.   Thus  was the statement he made while electing  Mr. McL������nna^ as policaman. . After one  voted for McLnuuan mid one for Hunden,  Mayor Willard got   up and cant h'f ,iAe.  tut McLennan, rejieating thoto words:-"If  Hundo'i Wi-uld wish to know ������hy lam  act in favor of him, i shall lot him  know  providing he-will ooino and' ask me."   In  a few  minutea' time 1 was informed   ull  abnufc-itpuTd"He!iTiB-tbwgtr-I-wTTOM"ter  1,'lad  to not a hold of him for about  llyb  minutes; and have one t:and tied upon my  huok to givejiim ouo of tho iimst: dres*-  infis that lioevor had.     I wint <l������wn to  his plaoe in a fevv days nf ter the election  imd 1 ashed Mr. VYL.lurd if   he   oxp.cted  mo to conic- aud soo hitn? lio said,"-no,  not very particular."   I enid  tha- it woe  viiy natuv.' 1 for him to do to.    11a Raid,  *'Wuj t"   1 iidktd him if he didn't remain  Iht   the sUndjr lio cast upon me iu the  iwfifting tlie otluT iiiphtV   Tho  iioswer 1  roeo ved w.is,  "lm had  heard n>   many  uomi Inii.tiii-i jftfurd of me in my bu������iuo s  and that 1 ������!>������ not running a decent bu>'-.  iilbu." lie ncmed ouo party, of diu many,  h' bad i-ocoivMd complaint with, and that  pavty hud told him a   bi������ru-f;.0<d ii'it.udi,  wiiidi 1 0:111 pi*o.������������������?,��������� snd will jirovo, before  I ������m tl.rouifh with  Mr. Willard.   Still I  uppewl to iho'pul.'J'p, If ho had ho.rd tbe  liu.h    ml Imu ��������� .1   luuidind eonipluiutu,  could th.i man h.* jimtitiod in miiltinjjthe  gU'.tonuii:   Hid wny lie did?     Isayuo!  lint icwoidti not bo p litrt for ������ven thu  yiiunx lad ihut h������ wus in troul-lo with, to  do so.   1 Iwve worked in tho mines for  thiriy-Hoveu josm nml wurhod hard, nnd  .1 boliovo H'lit I am entitled now to try  a id d iioiiiethiii) easier.    I ������''i p*iym������ a  licunne th" samoastvery otltni' luipimwi  mnn and unould bavfl the i������i.ni- privilopi  iwotliBrsto carry "ii my buniaw'iJ withj  out the interfi roaco of nwo that I douli.  wlmtber thoy havo dote thirly-wiven tlityn  nf liurd work duriiii? th������ir lire.    Mr. lid  itor, I butttii-niuku inakti my dumnnd in  short word**, without  inkina too mueh  Rp%(M in vo-r P'P'r. v.'lilnh is for Mr. W.  U'illird to nclni' v.'ledjf.i tli^.'lm lun dor.c-  nn InjtiBtk'o  whi'd) wum don" ia  publio  and nboiilil bo ^lumwlodKed in iho nnnn  niuiinir tliroit^li tlm t'liinlioilautlHuxsh,  It not, tlirro iHKoiiitf to  lo 11 hot  tlrnn  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUIilES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CtlflDH TO   ORDEI^ fitfD  Ifl Rfiy STYIiE YOU LUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  C U M BERLAND,  B, C.  I   CPIBEllili-, PMIT    I  i!  Painting, Paper Hangihg, Kalsbmln  ing, Sign Painting, Buggy Painting.  -Pries*IwoCT6 "than-ElsBwh'erifr-  QOTd Workjn':  Leave Orders at J. McPliee & Sons  S"  Gourferiay, B; C.  ������������j_x5������������i*j)ss������������������sxa������������������������������^ ������i*ysm������������*>^^  Jl-WELRY,    WATCHKS,  WARE,    LEATHER    and  TABLE  FANCY  SILVER-  GOODS.  ft  @  fi) ..  ������  ������ 33?" Ve intend to-do some deep cutting.     A choice  fi> for  everyone to profit: at this sale.     WATCHES'-  1 ��������� jKWELRY and CLOCK, REPAIRING-a business |  % with us.    All work Guaranteed. w ^.  I ������������������' at T, D. MoLEAN'Si  (a) ,������������������ . ^  ^ t^^it*4>*i*^9x>9994>^9994>9 99<yw^999<)^4^'>9<>^e^4}99  Where nro yon f-oing? I mn uoiiif,' to tho Oora.x 0o-oporatlvo Ment  Murket, whore I otm not a N:qo, Tender, Juicy Roast of Ment: No Hone.  All Moat.  ,1  Comox Co-operative Society, J  X R. Webster, Manager,  ft*******-***-**********-* ���������t^4}^4>^-p4)t9999999^*^'*^'99^  Emnuk  ,' the fedorul irovi'l'linU'lit ill llilfljovcir thla matter.   It urfiiiH to mo tbnt  otioitoiAlr.Hhm-ttmimtitxmt^  hy  mn  bin o boon  so clliitiuntly opcriitcil  tlni' be bu- bad vory f������\\,  if nny,  eoiii|il;iiliU' to lii-tuli lo.  The moi-t important ii|iittnreoi).  eeiiiiiij,',' wliii'h llie distriot louU lo  Mr,  Hlotiu  ft>r, HiiniKiniiiji' ib tlie  dtiepuuiui? of Atlin to1 a river.  wlu-roby the Httmiu i*i'|������fl pl.V'ii'f;'ho-,  iwt'fii A tlin cud (.'iiirrof- mny bi<  eiiiil'b'i) to mako a through trip  -.vitiioiii tbi* iiect**dtv  of   tlm oa-  nion  vo  would ho to uiirry a tficut Wc fiuully hiblo  uuder mv left mm and 11 lijn.ii Unlc in  the ri;.'!>t, mul n I'lioion i;������ lonj; iih i HddK  nimjily liKi-Miiie 1 um ooniH'eti'.l with th"  I'reab) turiim Cliur^li, und iu hmlii. g'lo  i)lo*i������ aft. r ino ho fnitfeiH Ii.h ibi^y ii8 n  Mttlioiliitl umI u mini tlmt yr. toml* t.i la*  a,nhrlMtiiin (iiidi'iuiiini,' bin fellow man  Without��������� giv-iiN haa *jreu ������bc'<riiiir.lli������ii������  vlruuw I i.ttt (.'-iul t ��������� I'onlVk.^ that I hiivi'.  Thine.Imi.o mui, volutin or child thut 1  would )i|in"iim iniii'li n������n hUm-v in iu wuy,  tliuti'i in t'uir.berliitnl. |!ol hwiWi laid  tlilMintttr ii..i..'������,!'ioiii, AHrnrim biihl-  tuiin, I ib in uni tluitovei,, In ������ly l(iH r e������iv-  '.   ui. ���������>������ r"j.i  i l rj   ti.iW   fUl'I'llril j  .1  A.  -*%���������**.  Mr,  l������pir  i'uhl; .  ���������Vr-. k  hi) in ". --hot a   \e,ry,t  thull(i!lt to bu   l-i'lii ',   ������������������������- - ���������  D.i-i'i furi'ct tin  C'iuiiI" iluii i   Halt   i  y wituii'leil.  ���������*i.*i.   iii   ti'f  l.tt',,',' [)-x\\  (*S 5^     , t.u   '"I !���������*  il^'llll   I'l'C'.llli.     Ii!l\!!\s    i  ^,n.;^^V/^>"*^/    "St^if'ihf^e-i^Af   ;., -<',.)������������������  ���������-*;Stir--**��������� f^-t 1 ' I"1'' l'i>-Hi'*f������* tt.ll if nt m:i I'lid,  TTK  r_^ iti'i \'i,iiti<-t*a ������.JI H* fit tt:i flu  g$*f***< ���������m'.tJL ^ M^ ^A\j^J*m\s't- v.'y'f ���������*��������� I that tin* ! ..'ii- nt-.. nil .*,-,  l*c**t ^*^^f-y , -n\* r*y.n������irg Arek aadalmor-t ������*v������ry-  -���������mmmwTmJXgmw- I '!'!������;������   ���������    ***>  Ut   tW.   4l   V.-?-!.   I "it    -ll'lU*   *l  ,,... ...... ��������� . ���������i.i.m.     *m mm., mmm ) >).,    f.^   .1^,   a cu  .1  ��������� ���������" r r ������������������   h  '  ��������� "  ���������  , ������������������-.. - ,, -...I,,    i       * " '���������'"���������-.������������������:;.'  .,,,.,,  ,,.,,:,.,       ,,,..   ii,..tti.    'iii������ti|H.    '"' '   ,' ���������     ' "    '     ,     ,    *  ,.   .. ,, .      .     .hive i i-.rr in -i ������������������ hii tu'v ul   UiiiiilMTliill"  int.. hilly at a iim-tni*.' of l"������|hl|1, ���������,������������������ r ,.|,l,.n;ii*ki.lilw.. wlwt ilwy  Aliiii linurd of, Iladn jmluy, nt Umve Imd Atee i )y.wr, Infill in tlimnnd*,'  svbicli Mr. Slnan \mui pivHciif.   H(*|lmdni*i.   NruM d t.> .-ny ninn <r xum-  lllllli.'. I   il.Ml   MillH'iliillLl.   r-lli MIJil     lli'j", ."      ... .:     'V.     '   ''","*  r> ��������� i ��������� l'*r,co'   Knuihbr.tf, or llint I hnvo reiwiTw  done towariU impri'vhitj  tbii> v.u   L tMlttll,,t ,,jm������fr������iro a ������Mmidiii|{ |ii<i|������<jh-   ������������������...������..     ..������������������^.               . I way, and in V ow of llm impor- ilo;i.   Nuv,  Mr, Willnrd lewuubcthi*:  . , ���������)    ,������...,��������� ,l.,.,.rtu������,.Juil.4iia i>,nd,>   hv   tl,*tli������t ������Ii������*n tliii |iimr n'll tninerVplimnoter  A ,..������������������.,������������������,���������( f, ,u,,y pr,.,idi*tit tant  (pi^ntation-i i ud,   l.y ������������������;j!l(l)inl,f ���������,nlll���������hM,M>l,lln8lt<!l> ������������������������������������,  ha** wkti.twicdgiMl tint  win*ti  tl,. j lioard lie ban armngM for an ������'n~l(Iim.t rilk Vlllirw,!f,,, .,,,,^1,, wit|, j,,  j  inutHT  tn ibornu^uiy   inv������<-li^att' u-iiu������i! th;it luinf in iubrit{lit������ml n<t������b������ir  .,.* f.*,Hi!.Wiv of the -.���������belli.-. !������<��������� nw iw wlmt \..r,r.. in 1.. y..n.  rt..|.l������.i������  inbiT nuaicr*. i*ili-������'iiiijj: iin������ din-  Wpi nW������.r for sale until Nov. 1  20 Shares  OF OU& STOCK  ���������I.  in nacli <a*������t* hr  1    lb.*.!    t!u-jr  iJoli".  '-*'*'**'  t  l Ik  ��������� :..!���������(  ��������������� ��������� *���������  I/tU.r L'������y]  ������1������.  W. Sifiir.!. ctlight ������������> ������-1������vi-i������  ji'.-ttrl tr ��������� r -it C'ruv-'.-'-lj-iiik rivt"  he'    Wfcvk.  Illrth   On M.-mIm. Anj?., ������M|  ..i.. .-jit-  It   j������  pu-  ������b*l������*<l for #the fall. It <������ almiM  ti������wiil>y got bu������v pii paring fin  it,    Th*������l.am*<i'rm;ii������.  \)r, H*wMt, ������<*f Hipubtl bt  II, teh*r*ii*i Mr, Tnntu). arrirf������!  ni   *^*nt*"t*   lmy   tt*nn Cntnhh*l\ [U-nvt^     k������-d*",y    for    |ntii������t*  j on y-'tir kuw-u lik<������ n umn and sdrnit yarn  wrtms il'Nip..    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Jto one penon can hold more than two stiair*.  *D. IIAOGART, Secretary.

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