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 <'      ' e*~ -f .  n  '     A *t k  A ���������Joiu-nal  ������  sbbsk:  -������������������am..."mujiluu"- i--~m_.i-���������*��������� >m.i -n  ^���������mmi.i   I"      ihi m*ti*mmm***������mmimmm^^m ,,    _    I i  Dpyot^d ���������Bspjta.'^laiiy. tp jtht������ it**t@re������tts o* &om  ut janu.'.i. i,j  ,i.. . lam t.nn.] ...... . i i_.    i. '      ..   .       .'  f$n'kRv7j$. S$y$i<?}sw'r$ I'-ear,  cmwmwnv��������� ;b.> &,-' /toss-day, oct. 27, 190?  ������������������������������������*������*������->>M*-a*4(*Hpia^*a#l-���������MMaa  ' m*eitmii***im*>*m*mm**m**mm  Qo to the ^g Store  before buying your Winter Suit  TAKE A LOOK  at our "Sovereign" Brand  CLOTHES  THE  JWftGJiET  CHSH STOt^E.  FOE  The kind that keeps far, far away from'old fogyism,-styles  that are as fuJJ af snap as a i. re crack-ey.. . .The hartdiw.ork  of intelligent nje# who ha������/,e .^adea life sjtudy of tailoring  zssss  =?F  Suits Ranging from $10 to 20.00  ���������   ' .-,.-.-,-.' 'i  '."'���������'*,>.' -'  Ajlso fixamiiie our fine Ijiue of Ov^cor.^s and Raiiir  coats. Priced jFr<?iw 8.������.oo to S-to.Qp.  We are showing a very np-tq-date line Qf knitted fan.*  cy vests and sjy������a.t&r P9*ats,  SIMON LEISEB & Co., Ltd  Jotiu T. Lidstonp. Mgr.  Dunsmuir Avenue  mmmmm  ffmmmmmmm*.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Cumberland, B.C.  wflimft^^  Agents for Union Brewing Company's I3IJEH and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  m  "  ������t   t   Jl^l.J'Al'l.,."!   .,  ..nu'iJ   . i'  "I1.1,.-  ui'i't-"* .nu '**.:  f.  Saye Qae Third Your Tailor's Bill  And vet hove your clothes made to order hy the modern  CA-MPBEIL'S clothing  made to qrder method.  Wc have ������p|-cin|i������t������ to make each part of the milt. Coat,  Vest aud Trousers, instead of ouo tttilor to do it all. We  knqw aud guarantee that we can d.rofls and lit you na only  the high priced tailor can, and that we can save for you  a third of what he would charge. Wo do it for others,.* let  us do it for you.        Hundreds of Samples IQ select from,  $18.00 and Up.  J. McPHEE 8c SONS,  pflitanjn.r Avenue Cttntberlandi B. G������  loen  io  mm  6������E  rn arm ���������  *  I  Mr. F. 8huta fofpMtpr tvn-1 Mr.  W. J*. Grundy of lit* Royal Hank  ot Canada arrived by Monday'e  Dixit tu Iimiwl tho Cnnili*ili.ui|  llraneh.  Mr. aw} Mr*. George Omy, o\  KaiiNittiii, arrived by V(t������,.rit������dayl������  boat ami art* tl* g������e*ta of Jtf r, and  ilr*. T, tawie.  m*m ���������> *       * '    ���������  Mi'l, I:.. Blcklo and   family rn*  turned, home hy Wednesday1! boat  II..,,    ^mf..,    ���������,  Mirk Morgun returned l.quio hy  Wednesdays bout.  W. Sloan, M. J', arrive! last  Thu inlay (.veiling from Nauaimo  hy automobile, and returned Friday moHtiii^.  Dominion Elcdions.'  The foll9.w.ing,'is'a partial list  of the ^lectioti results.  1������. E. I. Oct aflth*--r.jb 2, con  2; lib gain X, '   ,      .-'���������'  Man.'.O���������ct,;?0th**r-lib 2*; con. 4;  con gain 1.  'Bask., Oct 20th -3 lib,  AJtn.Oct _0th���������g con,  Total���������lib 03; con'54  Lib gain 15. Con gain 14  Vletoria, Oct., 20���������Teinpieman,  Liberal defeated  by 14.  Namdiiio, Ralph Km!tli, elected  about 180 maj.  Now Westminster, Taylor, Con.  elected,  Vancouver, Cowan, 4250; Mc  limed,2(130; Martin, 1900; lungs-  ley, 1031);  Halifax, N. 8, Harden, Con,  5515; Crosby. Con. 5270; Carney,  Uh. 4U03; fiocho, Lib, -WIS;  Otluwa, Laurier, Lib, elected by  about IjOO; maj.  Jirandoit, Man, ton polls in city,  given Hiftoii, Lib, 81)t*; Duly, C������n,  800;  Carletmi County,Out,���������IloiOon,  con., uluctod,  ,   South Ojffordi-Sflheel lib,elected  08 majority.  Wellington, Out,��������� Qurrto lib,  elected OQO majority,  KliHn, Weat. (hit - Or*tW������  <*n.., idi'i'tod W0 mnj.������H*v,  ljimoiuki (^iio.  H'Mi Hh,, 450 majority.  Eaat iWiiig. Out.���������  Vnrtlmn I'fin i'l*������i>t(������r| "'(IO ih.i������  joi'ity,  8unTinai������yj-������Ncw lirtmiwick, 10  ilb;-icon; libgniu 2.  Nova iScotift���������*< lib; Q conj con,  ga'n *5,  (Quebec���������41 lib; 7 00������; lib gain  4; t-on ������������������������  ()nt.-,liU JiOj-coty l\Q\ lib gaiti  8.} t-on gain 5,  wm**mmtmmm*mmg****mm~mm*mm*mm������****mm*  TVWvVCWTKlW   FOlt HAW*  8; New JyiclvQiudvrftK at Co*t, ���������������������  Presentation,  last Saturday night,. No. 5 foot  ball team held a -smoking conceit  it was aroai-ing success financially and very' entertaining. Songs,  gpeechoayotc, but tjw event of tho  evening was tlie presentation of a  inagnilicont Trophy Cup, by G.  \V, Qlinton, %*,, who in a well  woi'deil speech banded the Cup  over to No fl, c-hniiiplona for 1008.  The Cl'uii'inHn thanked Mr. Clinton and congratulated the Hoys on  liaving such a. public (spirited  man, thoy wero prom innd a cup,  l������ut it was certaiuly a moro.elabor  nte aifitir than thoy oxpeutod.   ��������� ���������" 'O ���������  Dr. Quinlaii, of Prince Rupert  uiTived by Moiulay'a  bont.   m ....���������  Lout���������Ono SoliH' bicycle lamp,  batwooiiCiimboi'lanil Electric Go's  power house and city. Finder will  ploaso I'ottirii to tli in. olllco,       .'"     O ' ���������  Mi'*. Swan wa������ a pimiuingei' from  Denman [Klitiid, by WeduendayV  boat.  WE WANT MONEY  %W TOP THE GOODS  So fionj the jr-st of Octolw for every dollar you *pend  in our store w.e wil give you a ticket entitling you to a  cljanee in th������e drawing for a G������������t's Waterproof Coat valued at Hgo and ������ set of Ladies' Furs valued *t la_. The  drawjog for the set of kadj.es* Furs to take place on October pay-day. The drawing for the Gent's Coat to take  pla.ee on Noyeiuber pay-day  m������mmnm*mmWmm^  J. N. HcLEOD  Dunsmjuir Av������oju0,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  R Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICJTER  NOTARy   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  l aa.*. iwoitm n.mm ������������������ ������>i>a. tew win atn   jiui'hm  dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBER AND, B.C.  foot daij. Bote's.  The Final for tho Cumberland  and District Cup took place on tho  Recreation Grounds on Saturday,  Itotween the Mixtures and No. 5.  The tfamo waa witnessed by a large  uu in bor of spectators and proved  to be one.; ol the * most exciting  ganie's'over played in Cumberland,  if 'the players lacked some of the  finer points of the game, they certainly made tip for it by hard work,  and a draw wns the most satisfactory result on the day'M play.  Tlio replay comes off ou Thanksgiving Day, tho public may be assured of a good hard game. The  Mixtures are determined to win  and. ISo. 5, am of thu same opinion. Tlio Association are eudeav-  iitii'ing to give medals to the win*  ning team,,ami thoy hope that the  public will assist in tho only way  tbey can, by not forgetting tho hat  when it goes round,  ��������� i o ���������  On last Wednt'sday evening Cum  Iwrland Lodge A. F, & A. M.,  bold it banquet in the I'nioii Hotel, A most enjoyable evening  was spent and tlie spread whieli  was prepared hy ������������������inine lii-st" S,  0. Davis, was por excellence,  Some <if tho Itrethcrn from Court*  enay attended the banquet.  I*. Dunii.of Vietoria, arrived hy  Monday's boat,  Valley Notes.  We wonder what Hugh is doing,  with all the new furniture, that he-  is hauling these days?      m- ���������     i    i.  Don't forgot to call at the new  store, ut tho   upper   part of   tha  Valley, known as Bridgorille, keajv  an eye open for the sign.  ~������-.  The debate ou Friday night last.  Resolved :Tluit art is more pleasing  to the eye than nature. The tic-  c.siou was given in favor of art.  8o from now on we will have no-  use for natiiro handUwork.  We aro all pleased to seo that  Dan MeLeod is able to bo around  af erliis sevrire illness,  TlioC.T.&M. L S.aro giving  an eiitertaiutnt'nt ou the first Friday In December. All aro welcome,  to come aud see what the Temper**  auco Society is tiding through the*  Valley,  lieenj  sair  Note:,���������Sale of Work hy Ludies'  UuiliJ of Trinity Cliumli, about the  ond of Novomber, Particular* later  JHimU-OiiTiiwihiy Oct 27th  tu lhe wife of Mr. F.   Uradley a  son.  Arthur M������; Ltwi,' who has  engaged nt Wimw- .Smith's  mill, on the night shift met witlk  while ('hopping, wtttinj^ his foot,,  but -vo hop to seo him around in-  a few days.  FOR S.Ufc..  Jt'it-ey Uul I (il years old; for  "ttie. prb'u fltw-otv-lu Alto Yorkshire |ilgs $5,J)0 psc pair  R. !'. Uurford, Sandwick.  GET READY for WINTER  The cold weather will soon lie upon tin, nnd the careful person is uow preparing for it,   We have prepared for your wants.   We have  --   -  Iftuplioguuil-u. new. Aj'pb Cm"*  j lnp-l.ind Sown,  fSt_rl>  Men's Suits.   Overcoats,  Rain  Coats.  Fanoy Vests, etc,  We have a Swell Stook of New and Up-  to-Dato Hats and Caps oto. for Hon.  e-jSEl  In Boys' Clothing wc have Two Ple������e aud Three Piece Suits in TwcetU,  etc.   iit Fancy  SuiU wc have tU������ .Mister llrowu, and Teddy Hear Style*.  CAMPBELL  BROS.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE CUMBERLAND, B. C.  :.mtm)m*m%i we* .em*  A THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BrUTlSH  COLmiBI/L  3 ::  Ris CiifflMaBd Hews.  is-isod   I3v:ry   Tuesday   by   the  Comox   St   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  ';"���������, *.- ���������>...;��������� .'.ill n<<i liold itself  rosjion-siblo for the opinions of oth-  fr*-, as ii'iuy appear in its column*,  froin tiiui* to time.  TUKdDAV,     O:  1008  Westward Hoi  "'-, 'This ni'iiT-o'.i.io seems to know no  lit''it to its  po.voi-6  of  ixpa-ision  :tii>- iiiipi':.'���������;i;u".i.., a"d tho Oct-  ���������:-bei' .-:-..:" -..-, c'lu'-iilj iteiios-t. The  i'llr.-\<.>ti mIo'/c inns tn nino short  .���������oi-en-iji'  the  ^fiitiou.-ntnl,  ���������> i r,<  tnt* I,  ���������fjlVo:  I ! I- V .  t-UI  li'A  :r������o;ic, ti; > .'V'tiiic. the   pliilan-  -'.i.\ '.\ y t-i i ion;-, nud r!i,*f*.mut  An;, ni.; tin .11 an* "The* l.)al-  c:\:.f.. ' i.;t   Ai-tl.ur   Jlf.vios,  an  .<��������������������������� i.f  ���������i[:-.--Ay  ir.ta.ined  ce lo  ur ���������.'  fllYft*  nil--:   "i;.:ii--ti,   ;.hc   Old    1'uke  -*.'';;in  ,"    iiy    Ag;ies     Lockhurt  i ;���������_���������������������������.,. vJi.-ic worke*. both   prose  :uv always appreciative  ;;    A  Fifiy   Thousand  j-'ili., ..n.iglij" by-Uillee'Glynn,  \vii"?4 num.;*. is synonyniou*.   with  ii*..i.:.*ur and pathoB; "BlankHawk  H-nik,"   b.C   Mrs.   Unth  Everett;  ' The .Dollar and tlie  Cross,"   oy  J, D.:Q.'Dondioo; "The  Measure  or hi*. Love," by Isabftl  B.   Mac-  didiaid;  '-Tho Truth pi: Pretence,"  iriurotnersT"       "    ���������    ~ ���������  The Government t.  Survey   out  from Port  William      Takes      this  Wonderful Balm. ���������',',;'  Zaui-Hn.. tho favorite household balm  is now adojitod a*.' Tbe Dixit _r,'*hy lead;;  ing parjies iu surveying varicus p-itta ot  the Dominion 1 .nils.  Mr. II.-nry Hall writing from Fort  ���������Yi-lji-i-i b .ye:*- "Hav n^ -yrovdfl how bene  r.oial Zuih-Bni is in oasts of cut?, skiri  injuiioB au.l diseaso-i,I determined tukeop  a supply bindy. Being engaged to go on  a Survey I thought it would bo a most  useful thi .g to ta'-te Aong. I obtained u  supply in Fort William, and very well it  was I did so. I tony say that prett*. nearly every d*y it waa oalieJ iuto requisition  iiy ono or ct.iir of the patty for cuts,  bruise.-i, burns, or some iiijnry or other.  It is wonderful how - quickly Zam-Buk  takes the soreness out of outs, bums  bruises aud injuries, and ou our survey It  -.ai-uod golden opinions from all who had  ;>.;casiou to try it. I have found it very  tine for skin disease, aad I can strongly  r.*eon*mead it as a h.,iiBehold balm,"  Mr. Lascollbs Scott one of the leading  i.'.overnmeut analysts says:���������I have uo  hesitation in certifying the entiro purity  of Zara-Buk which in my opinion in ex*  collently adapted for shin injuries and dis-  eiwt'S."  Zinn-Buk cures cuts, ECilds, burns, bruise ���������;, eczema, sc dp sores, ringworm, ulcers  ubsceBsoi, chnppoil places, cold sores,  blood poisiouing, chronic abscesses, etc.  As an embrocation it relieves rheumatism neuralgia, rand soiatiua. All Druggist aud Store.) sell at 50a a b-x,- or from  Zam-Buk Co, Toronto, for price, 3 boxes  for SI .25 Send 1 eeufc stamp for, dainty  sample box. ���������������������������   -  Tliero are two excellent articles,  ono by Honnycast-ln iMio on ''Tlie  <)j.onii.-i. of tlio Season'," and one  on tbo Alpine Club of Canada,"  l>y tf, II. Mitchell. Under diverse-id nr fifties we'iind '���������Siiii-'iv Kra-  5.*v," bv K. 0. tf. Scholetiuld, Lid  ravian of British Columbia, whose  i.!!iinaey with tbo subject has hi -  mi:*.;.! him ro give to tbo ���������lubli..*.  a  ��������� mmm.mtl  NOVA  SCOTIA   BLUENOSES.  *-   ''A-' A ���������-yr���������"   -;* ���������������_-���������  No One Uatme to Know Just Why Thay  ���������\ ������������������      :-.;   Ara So CalUd. .;  Thoso -who dwell lu the Canadian  proviiice oC Nova Scotia are called blue*-  noses. The name has stuck to ttoeni  since timo out; of mind, but how they  came to get It is a matter ot conjecture,  Ono thing lal*crtiiln--tliof -3dn*t* lUtelt  Nova Scotlanfl pride themselves on  their English ancestry, and somo -.-111  offer the suggestion that the name la a  token that tho. bluo,bltMMl..sJbow^W^,  tbQjPreacb'were driven but of Xreud'm  tho. fertile lands they vacated woro  taken up by English colonists, chiefly  from Massachusetts. ' '* :,_/ '  The spirit of revolt was stroog then  tn Boston and elsewhere In New, England. Those who were loyal Jo the-  king and taxes found lt a good'oppor-  tunlty to move, and from these loyal*  Ists Acadia was largely repeopled.   A-'},  It-may bo that the blue blood shows  and that the name is a badge ot honor,  but, most Nova Scotlans dou't believe  It, for tbey feel that it Is a term of  reprouch. . i  "Why bl utmost.?", was the question  put to one young woman whoso home  isn't far from Nova -Scotia.     '"..,"[  "Why, after the blucnosc potatoes,  of course," she said, "aud I tblnk it's  mean to name people after potatoes."  Now, it's true that, next to apples, potatoes form the greatest product of the  rich Nova Scotlan soil. And It's also  true that the bluenose is the bright particular star among the varieties of potatoes they raise in Nova Scotia.  But the potatoes were named for the  people, not the people for the potatoes.  It's a simple question of chronology.  You explain It .carefully to the young  woman, nud she suys, "How silly of  me!" but you can si*e with half an eye  that you haven't convinced her.  Here's auother guess. Being the  third and last, maybe it's the right one.  At any rate, it's the one genertiUy accepted In that part of tlie American  world known as. dowu east A.  It is cold In Nova Scotia, mighty cold,  for six months out of every twelve, and  the Nova Scotia u nose;' peeking out  from the furs and woolen, mufflers,  fli_it gets red anil then turns blue as  .1.  t-'-'ewlRi memoir of the celebrated  -.'X-jilinur; ''Prhioo Rupert,'' by  K-.tiiiiniitl \V. Young;* "The M������r.  i.1p i.f Clothe*," by Madame J),A!-  y  bi'i'iii; 'Oil ii ml   .Deeoi'iitioiis,'  Lmlo \'t  i  , Gray, A. R. (.. A��������� "1.1  'J'. ,-\ JJell,'' by Win. tflakeruor-o.  'I litii't** nro jilso the u.siuil fen tun 8  i.f |'..i!ioi*inl, Poetry, I'te., while  liie illiisinilions tiirou^hout nre  nutiii'ious r.nd i.pji.,i>jiiintc'.  VOLUKTE33K BOUNTY A.CT,  1908.  Warning to Purchasers.  "t VERY assignment of the right of o  _ South Afriuan Volunteer entitled  tonlnuil giantmit-it Ijo by way of appointment of a substitute and must be in  the form provided by tho Act.  Spocinl attention is called to Sub-aeo-  tion 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteers  Bounty Ac, H)i)8, which provide-* that n<>  iMsig. msiit, uf tlw right of a volunteer by  the appo ntmout of a Kulmtituto shall be  accepted or i-ivjiigni/.od by the Department of the Interior which IS NOI' EX-  KGUIE') AND DATED AFTER THE  DATE OK ThU WAlUtANT FOR THK  LAND GRANT i ������uod by the Minister of  Militia und Defence in favor of the volunteer.  J. W, OUEEN WAY,  t'uin.iiisuiouer uf Dominion  Landd, Ottawa.  2.th Septuinl-t-i-, I0OS.  Th������ oven doea  the baking, the  flre-bor controls  the oven heat,  and the grates  hold the coal or  wood that pro-  ducosthoheat,so  Tlu?, G'WATliJS  nz-o tnapor'tnut.  the ley t>re������tiro*niie~nTJlth-ulpH-ltt  But, however It is, the easiest way to  put the Nova StMtla nose out of joint  Is to dub it tiluennse.  How Macaroni Is Made.  This ts how macaroni Is made: To  very glutinous wheat Hour ls added ������  plentiful supply of dried eggs, .Mixed  with water, this hi-coines a dough,  which Is so-thickly kneaded as to be  difficult to Impress witli the lingers.  Then it ls carried to a round press  perforated with holes, through which  the dough Is pressed tiy menoH of a  henvy plute worked by a screw. , The  result'Is hiaciii'oiil without holes Iii thu  sticks, ripe macaroni Is tnutle (lirotigti  n simlllar press with the dlffereuco  that a round piece of metal makes the  coutral hole. As It issues In long,  Hiuiky ropes from tho bottom of the  press they are violently fanned to. prevent them from sticking together nnd  are afterward taken out Into the open  and laid on long bum boo poles to dry.  THE DOGS OF WAR.  ... .- i -      ������tv- .'-j*;   |   ... " L.,:..-,      --.^      ....  Mere Than * Mara figura ef 8*>aa������)������ In  ::* ^^Ra^t^iTlwiiai ;'. "-:-?��������� ..  The "dogs of war" Is not ti mere fla>  ore of speech. In remote times doga  were used for war purposes. Plutarch  and PUny relate many Instancee���������l, e,  of Agosllaus at the nlegd ot- MantliitM,  of Caatbyses' Iti his fcspedltidtt to Egrpt,  of the king of tbe* OerotnABtiiuia lo re*  gaining his throne. Aeneas (000 C. C,)  tells of dogs that earried tetter* la tbelr  collars; also the Cimbrlaiia turi Teutons  kept do������ks*.rti*^^  lug dogs, justly dreaded by tbe Roman  soldiers. ";;;��������� '- Jr ".���������''���������' - ;.  The Roman military author Vegetlus  reports that dogs were used in the for*  : tlfled towert to amke knowu by their  bnrklpg the (^pro-tch of the enemy ainl  to keep the garrisons awake; also dun*  ing tho middle axes war dogs were  -used'for guarding camps and bulwarks.  Scotch bloodhounds were specially reputed for tracking escaped priaoners.  They were also used for attacking the  enemy's cavalry, mutilating t^e horses  wltb the prongs and hooks!of their  coats of' uialb To thesef'eeata 8rcpota  were attached, which set theicamps ou  -fire. In the days of Gransoii nnd Mur-  ten (14������0i the battles started wtth a  tight bf Swiss, dogs against Btirguodlan  dogs,'and at Murten the Burgundlau  dogs were dismembered by their nd;  vcrsnries" from .tbe. Alps. . It is said that  after the discovery of America war  dogs slaughtered not less than 2,000  Indians^ " '������������������'.  The employment of dogs for lighting  purposes contluued in modern times.  Bm|������eror Charles V. (151.M5S0) re*  celved from England 4,000 dogs as  subsidiary forces against France. At  Valence French nnd Spanish dogs  joined battle, in which the latter remained victors. As late as in the sef-  enteenth century War dogs were used  ns scouts against the Turks. In 1822  an assault on tlie Acropolis of Athens  by the Greeks was frustrated by dogs.  The French employed dogs in Tunis  against Arabian tribes., in Mexico in  1304 the dogs of the Zaccateca volunteer corps proved the most terrible adversaries of tbe Mexican guerrillas  until thoy were got rid of by poison.  -In-theUnst JurkotRnssia-; war (1S7T*  IS78> the Russians employed'war dogs  both in Europe and in Asia. The  Atistrians and Hollanders also used  trained dogs successfully' to protect  themselves against being surprised by  the enemy and to find their! -adver*  rstrlesi in the Impenetrable'thickets.   .  Tottey the dog Is no longer employed  as n tighter, tie is trained to carry  amimmltlon lo the battlefield, to guard  the outposts, prevent skirmishers from  stealing at too close range, forward  letters nnd, tinnlly, ns a samarltan ln  finding tho wounded after a battle. ,  POLLEGIATE   SCH00|_  V *r    FOR BQVSij    ,v  Th������ tiiureli       Belcher^Strcet  Victoria, BC  TH  PatTon and Viaitor,  10RD  BISHOP  OP  COLUMBIA  Head Maater  Kspmlt & Nanaimo Ry  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo*  vtcro-sx_,-.coTM:o3c     -ao.v-aa  J.W. LAIKO, ESQ.,  IM.A..   OXFORD |Sail  froip Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. r.i   for  N-Jna-njoi   calling? at, Croftoi:   Kuper  arid'Taietis Islnnds when   fra.ght   cr  AuitUd by tbraa Orai vataa oi tha Reoog-  Bizad Univaiiltiaa of Qraat Britain and"Caii-  ad������.  Medaratt tarma for buardara.  Property coaalata of five aorea with ap������ei-  cu sehool baildiana, exttniive reereatin  graantla. gymaatinm. Cadat corps urgsD  **Ai  APPLY TO HKAD MASTBK  OLD NEWSPAPERS' FOK  SALE AT THE News OFFICE*  25 cents per HUNDRED.  mn 1111111 iiiii'Hi i+.n  ���������STAR'  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo   Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union Bay Coniox and way ports  Leaves Comox . Thursday   7, a. m., fot  Union Bay Nanaimo arid way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m., for  Union Bay Comox and   way ports.  Leaves Comox Saturday, .7 * a.������x,   for  Nanaimo and way perls.   "'*"']'  Siils from Nanaimo Saturda), 2 p.m., for  Victoria,  VANCOTrVER- NAJ1AIMO-I.ADY-  SM1TB   BOUTB.  ::������������������  I Stable  Maxwell*. Hornal  Proprietors.  ���������KTEAMSTERS   and  DRAYMF.N  SINGLE   and, DOUBLE   RICU  -I-Eor���������HlR_Ei___ALL   ORDERS*'  ..PROMPTLY   ATTETSTaTED-TO?  Por Value Maeaivad.  When Mr. Aitiasn Howe decided to  turn the old llowp mauslou bin Todd's  hill into a sum mer hotel there were  porsoim. wlio piophesled tbat bo wotlld  make 11 kiutcss of It and others who  were sure he would uot, but at tho  end of two years It was evident to  Two or threo days' exposure ln tho i *n tn .* \,r; Uowrt eotorprto was a  warm, sunny air of Italy inak-j* the  dough pipes hurd uod bflttlo 0D<t flt to  usp foi' food.  Italian Hat Straw,  i-'ow people know where thc Btrnw  ���������Vir ninkiiig suiiiiiier hats comes from.  : great pint of it la grown tu Italy.  I'o mako suitable straw lliu wheat Is  sown iih thUkly ns possible In ordor  thut the growth of the plant may bo  liipovoi'luhcd as well ns to product! a  ,)ln stnlk having toward thu cud from  1 he last knot tho lightest and longest  straw. The wheat blooms at tho bo*  ginning af June nud Id pulled up by  the roots by hnnd when the grain ts  half developed, lf ullowed to remain  in tho ground a longer time tho straw  would Ihk'miiui brittle, About Iivo  d'iKeti upfotiii'd branches, tlio size of  the ciiinpiiHH nf two linuds, nro (Irmly  tied together Into littlo alienvos and  Ktoivml nwny In burns. Then the straw  la ngnln Hptvud out to catch tlm hcuvy  ���������uiminnr dews aud to blench in the nun.  After additional blenching the straw In  put Into small bundles nnd cln.Hll.Bd.  ^Finally It Is cut clone nbovi- tho nnt  JLolut from tho top and ngnln tie*! up  tu mriHll hiindlns containing nbout sixty  tUtlka ench.-London Chronlclo.  R&nge \ffouMo  \D\iplex  Gmtes  "Sa.8k-alta" Double Duplex Grates are made  in tour pieced* each grata tiliukou bepcU'cttoly.  Ashea over one ������rat3 oan be shaken without  wasting good fuel over othor grate. No poking  noc.^aaryt thereby saving fuel. Dampers at both  ends of liro-box secure parfact drafts. When  grates ure invortod for wood a patent clamp  retains them in position. The easiest-working  way H tho nurest-ssrving way ���������and that's  "Sask-alta" way.  financial triumph. "Aud no wonder,  wheu bo vhnrgoH for eyerythlug except  ntr," said one of tbe dwellcra lu tbo  village at ttie root of the hill.  "What do you ineau by thnt'f" nskod  a visitor nt one of tho village homes,  "Ho doesn't charge for wator, I hope."'  "Somo of It he doea," uaid tbe renl*  dent, uixldlnu. "All thut comes from  tbo north pautnre Hprlo|{ bo does���������n  cent a bIiihh, t underotttod tho folks  can have the nriy-uralietynn woll water  free, but tbey all toko the othor and  pay tlie cont Cbnri*iw 'em for,riding,  boa ting-half a milo walk Included���������  tonplns uud tho swimming tunk.  "But tho cap Bheaf waa tbe charge  ho mudo on the bill of 11 New Yorker.  I heart] tell thut tho man looked nt It  nnd looked nt it, nnd finally be cutlet]  AiniiHy, aud any* lie, 'Look here, Isn't  thoro somo mistake nbout ildaf  " 'I ffiiesa not,' Am nay told hlra, diss chips, 'Tour wifo Is so sbortslgbt*  od sbo can't aoe up Into tlw nlr, stw  tolls me, mul It's took my clerk or one  0' tho boys right nwny from their  work nlnht and morning to keep ber  posted on tho wind,  " -You've beon hero a full montli. I  call ono-tlfty for tho uio o* weather  vuuo   pretty   rmtsonable  mysolf,'"  SJnion  6AKUEL    C  S  D_WI<?i  Hotel  TBOPBIIIT,  Kn���������li.h 4 x UUUTOH alwayi on tap alto, tha faraou- MILWAUKEK  ������������������������������������������������������i*������i_\ ,������������������,m r Krhmntan. H.il.llti, Ao, "OLD OURY QKAHO"  m'(������ten whisky,        Bast Winss and Liquors o( *u k.uua,  Tliv ili'fir-Jing ntd L.n'_ipg 1). purinitnt, und������r tha imii.edlate auparintendauoe ot Mr*  Davit, will ba igui d Firit-olaw in avary raiyiat,  RATI 8  et 00 par iny upwards.  Ionian. ior..mo,M..mrcii. w,nnip<ig v.tnceuvtr,8t.JoHii.tlsniIUeti,Calf������ry  C. H. TaibcU, Local <Agent\  A Complete stock of NewGoods  \Vc Itavc just opened tip tlie tnnut complete  lire-* of htgh'cluss Furniture ever nhowti in  ijv.t- <l>tttct. These guuds have conic dirctit  *"'������������������������ tV factory mid coiwint of sideb >srds,  1 r(Tt', ''lasersami ������u.iidi*,clutToniew, Extcn  M-iii ii It* , parlor tables. W\n;\i chnirs, dinen.  t iv ������ c aUo carry a fine line of btmikcu and  ��������������� ������������������'���������rteri   j 13rd It, toiieilai-i-t  *-Ml IHI Ilt-HHHIIIH  'fmw_m^m**m**4mmti  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHtN   UTENSILS  ���������'.  Sportsmens Goods  ���������ud  General Hardware  When in Cnmbcrland  WAI AT TBB  VKNDOMK*  l*T   Au CoNVfrnixorj. nm tiuiuiTa  Ilia Bar ii Sorruan with  Best Liquors and Cigars  BKAifIlEK(rtfc'WJI,SON   Prop  FOR SAL.E,  One OJ hovRo powor Gnttoline  Eii-^fno, complctn. with ruvvrsing  clntcli. also propollur und nlin''tinf/.  Por particulars apply to C. Grunt,  Cnmlwrlrnid, H. 0.  Thr* Rtyht Price  Furniture Stoa-.  j. f. ooixms  *******mm***mm****m **********************  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  ��������������� THI tUfATliT  THEATRICAL * SHOW PAKSl  IN THI WORLO.  KOOPirYiir.   Sln^Cofn, tOCti  IHSUID WBXKLT.  8AMPLI OOr������Y Full,  IP yt)U WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THK  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  AtlvmUe-rs will confer ������ fnvor  by MukIiijj; in their ads. not later  >han Monday, at thia will anahh-  tho prlnteri, to ln������ert it in tii  next luno on tho following Tm |  day.  8.S.  ���������iOAN."  Sails trom   Vancouver   for   Nnnnu  daily, except Sundays, al  -30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouvet  daily, except Sundays, al 7 a.m.  VANCOTJVEJa-NANAIMO - COMi-X  TTKIOJT.  "8. 8. Queen City" (O.P.S.)  Lea s Vi.uo.uvMr, Su.. duy, 7 pm.   Ar-;  livfB nt'KauKimb, Sunday, 11 p. u . ���������'���������  Leu ve* Nanaimo Monday, 3 a, m. Ar-  fivaa at Uiiiun, Miuil*y, 11 ������. ai. Arme  .'t Ci'Biox, Mtuday, 1 *., n '., '  T~ht:nve~CoD.i>)i1-itli,hda.^.,,Ui:U_u, Aruiifi__  at Ution, Mm day, 8 p. in.  *  Ltave Uuiou, Tutuday, 5 a. m.    Arriva;  at Nanaimo, Tut.da), al 11.30 ������. 111.  Leavia Nanaimo,' Tuendaj",,'*t 1 p. m.  Arrive at Vai.ci.uvtr, TtiUtla), u * p n .  Calling at Wa'v P01U **hi.u t.������ight ������ud  pat������eD*,ers tiler.  TJMK TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October    1st, 1907,  NORTH BOUND-Head    F��������� n  ^Station*,  /iotinij,  [<U*k������ll,  ���������shawaioaD,  it  Gobbh* Uill,  Ci.Miohan,  Kokbilah,  Duiiinn'*,  -jouteuui.,  WcaMiolair,  OlltUlttilllla,  Luiiyaniiih,  Sr.uih Wvliiogtoa,  Nutinn.0,  \V*;]liii_tya,  Fassengai  Trains  Duily  Nu. 1  0������. U.OO  9,V������  - 10.17  10.122  10.40  10.48  10 S3  11 (10  11.07  1J.IB  11 ������2  11.67 ���������  1-2.1S  iS.Hli-  Ai J:J.&3  Snurtay  V Ml.  Ha.  No. 3  D*. 15.00  46.14  10. ia  10,18  iG.ao  16,41  10.47  * ''lCM  17.10  17. ������S  17 SO  n.bi-  .    It.lH  lu.t*  Ar JB 45  SOUTH BOUND-Head Up.  Viotoria,  llUKlll,  .Sba'vbigtu,  ���������i  Culdile Hill,  Ci/Viubii),  K'.k.ilah,  (Juiitian'i,  Monifimi',  VVaiiholoir,  tin mail, un,  Uny.nmh,  Sostli WflJIn^ton,  Nauaiinti,  Wtliiigton,  No. 2  Ar. Iti.t-B  111!.  10.M  :o.<8  I0.4U  III. If)  HI OH  10 0'.'  ������47  l������,37  lh, U.00  Ar, 8,60  8.!!8  8 16  De. 8.00  Nu, 4  IS.fif  it*.61  J",w  n,:io  17.1''.  17.0b  17 oa  Iti.fiK'  1(1 4H  10 3-.>  U.'i'i  Ue. 16(8  Ar. 16.48  16,1.7  16 16  Dn, 16,00  Tlicumnil Mile and Commuiuiiun Ticked on mlt, |-ootl ovci rail ami ������te.n���������ei  ���������inea, at mo antl one-half ccnla par mile.  Special trains and .iciinc'i ki Excur  liom, and ii-diii ed s iu������ fur parties may  be urrnti*,������(l fm nn application to tbo  Dint, I'nan. Agent -it Vittnria.  'Ihe Cdttipiin-*' reieiven the riuht 10  ch������ni.e without i^reviiiuii m>iicc,*iie,imeri  ���������ailing dale* and hours nl tailing.  r-inirM'"*-. '\ ut'ou* im. *"*ili" (mm tint! to  ill HtHticntt, \jood lot tii min journey .Sat*  uiduy antl Sunday, tciuiiiii.g u������ii i������.n  .lntn Mi.nday,  i, W. THUUV,Gso. X.V, BC. Caaat S������r,  0, L. tOUK7NRY, Dlit. tti. a. U������, Ag  ���������O  YIAItr  IXPHtllHOB  Ttuoc Msmi  _      Dl������MHS>  _*m*A*ymttrra9e,  fftfmmym. WtM  mtmiiimrU,  rmtm.  it*, a.  taaaita  mcrkatt.  |__J___"^*'  iIS^Mlart,  ew York  l-fl-aws/ ae*t me  tt __^_> Vi^_rf_fe_M|M_, THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  n  1 ���������!< '! -- "f '' V- '-r .'' '" V- '-* ������ V " v "ft"    '-*"' " "-  WATSON'S  King of Sceitch Whiskies  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Aeents for 8 C  NOTICE  Every-^Mondayawl;]! Friday . I  \vill be'iirfdwn ' to deliver'Fresh  Butter aiitl^all kinds of������egetablea  sell ciicsip.  \ Chiu Yeuk,  j>7 Sandwick.  Vehicles. Implements.  Incubators. Etc., Etc,  ��������� *.���������,* ~ ..- . j.   J.    ...: ��������� _. ���������:���������  . .   * *  ..���������WR'-.'Wi'W"  ���������nd Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ____   with   ____���������-  ROD and GUN  It you Ilk* to read or tha experience* ol  ���������nilen, ihootenmid cam pern or yachting,  or If you are Imeremed In -ountry lite, aak  yuur nci-idcaler fo* Form! and Stream.  or wrlio for tree tipeclmen copy, or aend  twanty-flve cent, for four wcaki'trial trip.  FcT.-aat nnd Sl-earr. la-a 'Urge llluatrntaa  aeckly |u.irnul,vliiviicom.. Ins llie.,ollowlu������  ileparimpnlii:  Giro.*.bmKtftii.fittrt.      thtatni lllatory,  S������i-..*i*lRivorrftMn������J,  Uentina.  ThtSp rt nil n To.ri.l, Ctmotln/),  HillaandTra-.��������� K.nntl.  We tend free our mm!r*u������ of the ben boot*  on outdoor life nnd recreation.  FOREST AND STRB \M PUB. CO.  346 Broadway. New Vork CUy.  Us?  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  .'TH-W-1-H-I-H--H'  Prides   and  Quality  guaranteed  Walworth-Rolston Co. lm:  H. Sa ROLSTON,   Managing Director.  Vancouver, Be C.  Sec E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  '*;.f;Tn-":ar'!a3:"L ..  ' ���������fy*:i*m*^'1������iym,*i.J^.---rrPlA2  itiAxSiiKtm/. ���������������������������>.��������� ���������i*-jtjm-:*mfi  ' -A-^^LK  APPLICATION FOU TRANS  FEUOFIIOTEI.UCENOE.  NotltiH is herohy givon that ftt  tint next sitting of tha Huiird of  Licence Coiniiii^ioiifi'H for tlio  City of Cuiiilxii'lniiti I inluiid to  apply for h trAtisTtsr of Hotol Li*  cence imw In-Ill l������y mo on block 3  lot 5 Cutiilji<rlaiid Towimito to  Wilson & Ilminbt'i'f..  ���������I, it, Mannkkmak.  Dtttoil Sept., 2U.li, 1908.  "LAND    HEUlSTItY    ACT."  Tn tlio mutter of nn Appl.icnt.iuii  fur ft -Itiplicnte cfli'tifioiitt. of ti*  tlu to jwrt  (Uiug one ucro   of  Section 17, District of Comox.  'v ���������  Notico ia hereby givon that it  it my ftitontion ������t tlio expiration  of una. month fromtli������t#of4i������������Jii.*t  publication"VrwiftoY*-*.*-*. a Dn-  plicnto Certificate of TiUil to a-  Intra Imd ia-iiutl to tlie.Ti ������.*.������>��������� of  tli������ Comox School District otnflie  80th January 18T8 and nfiuifcml  7lla.  8, Y, Wootivw,  Jtt-_fUu.il' General.  Vnttxd Srjit., Wn.l, l\W.  j j Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  i  *aa*a*MBBHaVBjaMaVBVH i  JOHN   BRYDEN   ;  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALU  KINDS   wood  j; and Coat  S Hauled  Diinsniutr Avcntie  JCUMUKRUANI),   H. C  >l444.*4..>,f..|..|..y..l..|..|,.^H'^������H4't'  Woei'i Phonfcodiat,  Th* Orcfll Xttuli.h  llemiiiy,  Tone, and inrigorat-M tba whole  ���������"   luaka* ��������� naw  (Turn Krrv-  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  the   Union  fiolliery  Company by any person   or per*  ���������jonB--except lain crow-~iii strictly  prohibited.    Employees   ere sub-  fee todismismtl for allowing ������am*  By ordor  Francis I). Littik  Mmia^oi.  HENRY'S NURSERIES.  N .\v growing In our Nur orloa  for tlm i'nll tr ���������lu:-.  110,000 Pei.oli, Ap.-ioo*, N^-iturlucH,  Ulior*  ry, I'luni, i rune, I'unr mul Miplu  ��������� n nil leading vjilotiefl  1C0,(00 SikhII Fruits.  10,000 Orniimi'ti I ul TrmiH, in nil binding  vuriulio* tor H. *���������',  Strictly homo grown uiul not nubjeot to  damage from fnmigntlnu.  Stouk ot H.iIImi to iirdvd In Aii|*tmt from  Japan, Frauco nui) llollniul,  lien 8np|illi*H, Hprny Piimpti, Sei'iii, Ktii.  11 J-|i,iKO UAL A LlKlUU Kit KK,  Oras <bousas, Saatt Hou*������s tnd  Post  OlDoe Addrais,  3010 WE8TMIM1TBR ROAD,  Vancouver,  B.C.  Cwfe's Cbttoa Root Cefflpaafl-l  T1i������ r-Tfnt T1t������*rli*r, Touts, mif.  --*-*--     - ltHBi Mtmthly  ^^B^tt������^ I itattHt. 1 wtriHl  to npply to the  id������m*������1*rtrOTB^__|8i m_X  tt*M*m,imWmta, Is pur boa.  iW w nn wirnrMs, c  nri*m!-1  on  wwrttit. nf  or atr.l  _/ ..   X* _ hwjwratiliit*!.. Aiiurtmat  IHI  0m|ll������1|MllCUM*������*tT(l,0������T. iit*emwltWmmm*������\  INSURANCE.  Fire   aad    Life  ��������� ���������*  ���������m**mmttmmmmmmmtmimtmmmtmmmmmm  Vie III. R'lt.'dnt to r  Pire Insurance call nud get  rates before immrhix.  Wesley Willard  AgeiU forthe Royal  of Liverpool.  TAKK  NOTIOK  tlmt 6������ dnya nfti.r  Hon.  t'lutf Qiiiuiiiaaiouarot Luuils un.l \Vurkn  for n lt'i.*i-* uf tba (orealiont of Duuinnn  lalrtur), H. <)., iii*ai:ril*.<l an fullowa: -  C'nmmi)i.oiu at api.t planted ut tlie  ���������outh*u*.t c rnor ef thu frautiooal nortli  en t -q arior ut tectl-in 5, Dotiman laliiml,  ll. C t tlivnoe wrst ���������iOelialM; tli. no* north  40 obaiuat ti'anoa esit 87 aUaioa ruura <���������'  lass to U������e high wstsr BMrkt Ibetea tal*  li-viwu tt c ���������tuu.oaiUw ol tha totm,\,i,i*  *.t .aid Do iwsa Itlasd, to pohtt ot onm  niKtiutm uut, .'.ul.aiiiutf lliOaaif-a inuia ������i  laas.  l>at*d DtttiMaft IMatKl. a (I inly *l,W  r% .VAKANtt  K. K'rin. AtfAUt  .Get your Job Printing  done at thc News.  BISJER   BEER  y;AiA-i -     ' y        ..  .  r    : The drink of strong men and healthy tfoihen.    '  ONION BREWERY  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.  ,������������������������ ��������� >���������  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOU PIR8T-'JLASa  CANDY, FRUITS,     '. .  OIOARH & TOBACCOS  T). Hunden  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  -AND-  m season at  D. HUNDEN'S  Synopsis   of  OanndUn  Hooiastead  Bagjla ions.  '.��������� Any avitilable Dominion.Lantla within  tlm Itnilvny Belt in liritish Colnmbia,  moy ne iiumostended by any perBon who  is the solo head of n family, or nny main  07er 18 years ot aqe, to the extont of one  quarter seotion of 16) hci-js. more or lean  Entry miutbsm-niop-.BouHlly at the  Inonl land oifioo for tho dintriot in which  the bind U Rituato. Entry by proxy  mny, however, bd mado ou obtain condition, by the father, mother, hod, dnui-h  tor b-other or bintor of and intending  horn abotuhr.  Tliohome*tonder ia requi rod to perform  the ocitiditions connected thertnitb  uudor nne of tho following pinna;  (1) At leuat nix mouths' residence upon  and oultiviitioD nt thn land in eaoh year  fur three yours.  ('J) It the futher -for mothor, if tbo  futher ia dooetised), of the homestoudor  reeldea iipmi h farm in the vicinity of the  hndeiitired for, tho ravniroinents us to  residence mny bo satisfied hy suoh person  rogldliiK with the father or mother,  (il) If tin settler hns his permanent re-  Hliionoe upon fnrmitif*- land  owned ly  liini in llie vioinilyof Ida homentead, the  ri*qii'roineiita iih 11 roiiiilouue mny bn Nat-  fled hy reNidntuw ii| on thn wild land.  Hi* months' notice in writing ahouid  he tfivou t" the Coran,i.lion jr of lloinin*  Ion LiiuiIa nl Ottuws of iuUintloii lo sp  ply for piitent.  UiMti.���������Oiml mlnin������ riithtu m������y be  eased fur it period of t-w nty-oiii! yonra  nt sn nn mini rautnl of tl par nore. Not  morn than 2,iV10 nores ahnll bo lortsod to  mis Individual or company. A royalty  nt the ruto of flvo cantN pi-r ton ahnll be  ei'lUt'le-d nn tho mt-relisntslilo dial mined  w.w.eoitv.  D.pnty of the Minister of the Interior  N.H.-Uiuuiiliorired puliliontiiui of thia  sdvertiacment will not he pniil for,  ECCENTRIC ^STAMPS.  Blunders That Bring Joy to tho Haarte  of Philataliata.  *The fascination of "stamp collect*  lug," said a postal official, "lies in the  rare 'flnds' Which arc continually mude  and the curious points which' some-  ttmes make a stamp of the face value  of a few pence" worth hOndreds' of  pounds. For Instance, the twopence  blue Mauritius stamp which tho Prince  of Wales boiiitht at a public auction for  ������1,450 was unique tu one respect���������tlio  proper wording on it, 'Post Paid Mauritius,' bad hy a strange error beeu altered, to'Post Office Mauritius.'  "Another stamp which has been  priced at several hundred pounds is  valuable for tbe mere misspelling of a  single word. It is a British Guiana Issue worth just 1 cent, but it is sought  after by all collectors because the word  'Putiuiust-ue' figures on it Instead of  'Petlmusque.'  "Again, u one penny Cape of Good  Ho-ie stamp changed hands the other  day for uearly ������200 simply because instead of being red, as are ull tbe others  of* this issue, Its color was blue.  "Some years ago ln Western Australia  a few stamps were pi-luted wltb the figure of a swnu upside down upon them.  When the mistake was detected tho issue wns hastily destroyed. Several  specimens had escaped, and one of  them has been sold for ������400."���������London  Tlt-BIts. ���������  THE SORROWFUL TREE.  Its Flowers Open at Night and Close  With the Dawn of Day.  There ls a tree Iu Persia to wblcb  tht* name "the sorrowful tree" is given,  per Imps because It blossoms only in  the evening. When tbe tlrst star up.  pears In the heavens the llrst bud of  the sorrowful tree opens, and us tho  shades of night advance aud tbe stars  thickly stud thc sky thc buds continue  gradually opening until the whole treo  looks like one immense wblte flower.  Oh the approach of dawn, when the  brilliancy of the stars gradually fades  In tho light of dny, tbe sorrowful tree  clones its flowers, nnd ere (he suu Is  fully risen uot u single blossom ts visible*. A sheet of flower dust us while  ns snow covers the ground nround the  foot of the tree, which seems blighted  mid withered during the dny, while,  however, it Is actively preparing fur  the uost uocturnnl festival. Tbe frs*  grance of the blossoms Is llko tbat of  tho ovouing primrose,  if the tree Is cut down close to tbe  roots u new pln.nt shoots np nnd attains maturity in an incredibly abort  time.  In tho vicinity of tbls singular tree  thero usually grows miotlier which In  iilmoRt nn emct oountonwirt of the aor*  rowfnl tree, but loss boautlfnl, and,  Htmnge to say, It blooms only tn tlw  daytime.  y  7*f**V ***��������� &*Y mt*mwf4 mV**t*\<,  /Um&tt������.*j# ittt,  ftp** +4UL tSMgCjUf *.*%*.  THE MUSIC HATER.  Aiwi tho OrtaatTWnga That' He Misses  .-In H-������ Oofoet.  W-et a 'puxiie liiualc must be to  those unfortunate people, stricken with  aniritsaj cecity, to whom the art is no  more than so mucb Bound and fury,  signifying nothing! They kuow that  to others It constitutes a whole world  of experience.'yet aro themselves ex*  dotted from that ,world by an In*  sbpcrnble barrier." Tney must take it  oa,,,(aitb. as tbe color blind munt take  tive rainbow and the sunset.  If they are hottest witb themselves  tbey will admit and lament "this de-  fpet of sense, accepttng the unavoidable, gaalng wistfully at the wuljn that  separate'tbem from a balm of whose  glories they know from li-ustwortli^  reiwrt, bat Into* which thoy may ndt  enter. Sometimes, says the Dial, they  nre not oooest with themselves, aver*  ring the very existence of the realm  to be a fable and those who claim its  franchise to be self deluded, finding  realities tn wbat ore but vain imagln-  lngi>. They nlkw music to be soiintl  more or" less agreeable, but they stout*  ly deny, although ln the face of an  overwhelming mass of testimony, that  It has any spiritual mtMning. J"  The province of music is the entire  emotional and spiritual life, and the Intellect, although n necessary philosophical concept, Is no more to be caught by  itself thnn those equally necessary nb-  ���������tractions, tho perfect pendulum and  the economic man. Science comes nearest to being pure when it takes the  mathematical form, but we cannot for*  get Kepler's spiritual exaltation in contemplation of his laws of planetary motion, and we may also recall what Abt  Vogler thought about tbe whole mat*  ter- ���������  * The rest may reason and weleomo.  ��������� 'Tis wo muaiclans know.  What are "the subetantials of llfo*"  Science Is certainly one of them, lue  there are at least three others���������art, ethics and religion���������and If we allow tbat  the one is only here and there touched  with emotion the otber three are surely  suSused with It through and through.  And the relation of music to ail three  Of them as sorely needs no argument lu  itsproof.-for music is Itaelf-an-art���������rt���������  is a potent Influence upon character,  and it Is of tbe very essence of religion.  Bnt, being as much more than sound  as poetry Is more than words printed  In black ink upon white paper, the  character of music as an art is beyond  cavil, and any Ukeulng of Ita effect to>  tbat of food upon the palate is supremely ridiculous.. There are many, Indeed,  who would go so far as to call it tho-  hlgbest of the arts, holding with Pater  that every nrt "constantly aspires toward tbe condition of music," which In  "the true type or measure of perfected*"  art"  If tbe philosophers are right when  they urge that sympathy is thn foundation of the moral life, what more remains to be aald In behalf of nitmlo ns  an effective Influence upou conduct?  The great c-omposer, beyond nny other  artist, takes us into his Intimacy, lm*  parts to us the contagion of his spirit.  When In Courtemy Stiy at  The Courtenay Hotel)  Kvary convenlenrf for guaits,  TheConttat Hot*I for IpertMBt-s  None Imt tlm Meat of Winta aad liquora  ai the liar.  RATES        RKASON-VBIB  John Johntton,    Pro,  PASTIMESJJF^MADMEN.  Cunning and Ingenuity Displayed by  tho Insane.  Home of tbo Inventions of the Insane  nre of ecliMitlflc value. A potlctit nt  Vlllejiilf In von toil o "iiaolileatlon ma.  clilno" by cuiiililiilug u bottle, n plank  nnd small iiu'lullic tulios, to which he  luul fitltHl fiiiicetM, Having Not up Ills  uiuuhliiii, ho produced Iiniwm of bread  tlm hIw of rt man's beud. Thu hn*nd  wns ������no,l-ho good Ihnt It was derided  to make tlio iniiclilnu known, Ono day  whon It wus in in lion thu doctor kur.  ("������������������nted taking n photogrHph of It. Tlio  Inventor watt'liod hlm ns If potrlflod  for n moment; llii-n ho fell upon the  inaelilne, wrcnclied It npart nnd tram-  |ilet] It undorfutit. Tlie Invention, nn  oxowillnjrl*- tiaefiil ono, wns lost, tio*  cntifte no one bad soon blm mnku It  und no om* ilnrcH Mpi'iiU of It to blm,  To nlludo to It Is to bring mi a furious  nttnett.  Must lunntlfs, no matter how contpnt  ed thoy nin.v lw, genenilly t*h������>rl������li a  furtive longing tu ���������mMi'io. Thoy rob  let't wax fruiit Ifw tmtlHlii'd Unon-, tntao  Hie liiipri'imloiiN of locks and mako keys  I,, ., .,.i|.;^ h..,ii.i.i; ii.,*,*, b(h������I,, j,an  dhti or iinythlng lo Ih> f.>uinl. Or, Ms-  rlo'a miii-t'iiiii Includes n collcctlnn of  kiilvn* of atniiiin> nud untininl of  nlmi.os. Home of tlii'in have blades  iiiml������ from iiices of clnftt or state and  si*l In Iiuiirjli-M nt corm't NtivM Olijects  tiariiih**!* In ilicinwlvifi iMvomo dan*  geroua wi*h|m������o������ ihrougli tlw Ingrnalty  of iimdmen. ,  Inanne tmilptom are ������������������ eiwnitWH* as  tnaatie pnlntnu. Tho hiaane acmtplor  bewa out tronne atatti-Htoa, fantastic  iinlm^la, fenxioua Uttlo Uonird and  {trlmtwHif oVvlta. An es-flteebaDlc  fBrvr������i all his eonp bonea. That his olj  trade ts still In hi* memory Is abown  by tbe Uttlo t>i-r������ws that he make* ont  of tbe smaller fiV-res et bane, tl*  worka all <Hy at Wo aa*>*������������������! laoa end  ridlcutiniK task. Another luimtlc, wtv������  iirile-rea km U the liMama-tlnri of tb^  It'Wtt   Of   Itft'ffi'tiUft.    IU;-1'*4    taut    tlU.(  mrviivr to* nteti .nt ef wmttt. Karti  *������itr nf bt* cntttlfttia art. Joined to  jj.-lhrr, mm ni Iht* norka, ni*w nt tbt>  abmM-er*,- lt***n K Meym to tfar  ���������p*r*oWM*kl|f.  What Qlutari la.  Wbat la glutenY Well, spend totr  mlnutee aud find out-not nil about IU  but something about It. Ubtalu ������  beeping tnblespooaful of whlto Qotir-  Add n little water to It ln a saucer ami  dough It Into n compact bnll. Turn .  on the tap in the sink nnd let the water drip from your hands tin you roll  the bnll between yoor pnlms. Tbo ball'  will gnw loss nnd lees, and tbe win or  win bo white with starch cells hod n������  suspension, la loo minutes, more or  less, the water will run clean ntij-  clear nad you appear tn hnve n nodiilti  of yellow, Ann, rogvtiilile gum, which-  you nro teniptod to call "puro" gluten,  necomo a gum clit-wer for once nnd  keep u-cbewlng for n cotiplo of hours.  At tlio ond of this time tho quniitltj*  of giuton Is leu than whon you took  It from the hydnuit What hns Imp*  (Mined? You hare simply mechanically  crushed and broken tho gummy mnss.  exposing the Inflnlteslinolly tine stnrcli  cells to (he moisture of the mouth and  (he washing out of the raw Insoluble  starch haa continued, Just an oiteualou  of the sink wnshlog process, with*  greater mocbanlcnl elaboration to ex*  poao ihe entnoglcd atnrch cell. Now-  take the piece uf gluten tn nn analytlo  chemist, Whon his report comes lo  you read "starch Ifl or IB nt maybe 'O)  per rent, gluten HA. HU or (to per rent"  and b������|in tn apprerinte for the flrat  lime what real gluten Is, *- gelentllla  A merlcan.   Net Wanting a Job.  When Iliad*tone was elisncidlor of  tbe escboqiwr, one day lie wns In tbe  shipping dtfimrttneot of the government  ofllc* gsUIng aotne Information aud  flmirna for the comlaw liudget While  Utm t-ugagru n ounUtnutfU auipoenier  | mllrd tn coo Mr. I.tmlaoy, iU> U#*'i  momtwr for Buiulertattd.  While waiting for Ur. Uodaoy toeoane  Ib ttie slilpowotr got bis eye on Mr.  Gladstone and was walcbiug hi in cloae*  ly. After doing ee a mile while he  tt-ue tii*otw*4tm*o Mm;  "TtMH aeemat a toed writer antt  tmrar at ttgures. I'll give yon {100 a  year, aid that's as offer tnou'lt not get  e-erydayl"  Mr. Otadstooe ttnaket) htm and aald  let eankl see Mr. Undaey.  Jut< then Mr. Uttd-*ry rnttred. Then  Mr. OttiMoM told Mr. Mudaey ef lhe  iWTor hie frt-Mtd had tim-lo Mm  Mr. lJadaey said It wna n very grxtd  effer. bat be did riot knew If Mr. (Had*  ���������tone resdd tw apared. Any way be lied  Ire*tor tMrodi..*-* t������.otn Turning tn hi*  frVod. th* abliwwner. he asM. "Allntr  me tn Inimlin* *uu In W. R Cited*  ttnttf. .'fi-itiifff-'r nf ?" "Xi' >��������� ,"���������*������������������ Vr,  ���������.���������.���������ml-aa ���������i!.iVrtin������l" fh# areaae-  iriMit at t������������* ������ht|*vi'.' iu*r oi'.niof he de*  ���������rr.lmt Tito tir.iri I Ol i \tttn tengtMaf  -Jm������Mer4������'-l't   l^uhderi A as wet*. iam0. *m^m ������ri2^mm  r7TTSTOT?T-S!-i.li'ri'Tl'f"''t '"���������'''i''"'1 '".'v'1 ^^rrrffl^gi^''  STERLING SJULVER .PICTURE FRAMES  1   ^SILVER  MOUNTER   ,y^SES.  t.*������) .   >   ���������     *  ������������������\rjT    .    "''"ix   #'''"''.-" ' '''iv, ~ ������������������&  *      '/-\  M   If tii' li'et-xf of anything iii this .line -vill* lie pleased to serve yon.  Sk  '$���������'.���������   . ' '��������� '������������������?������������������   1-���������>������������������' ���������' -h  ������������������-'    ���������������������������'���������   JV'f. -   ."'?���������������" *     .     S  Stctdclatf, the jewelef, |  Invalids  ������BOVRIL" .quickly  builds  ub strength andVitalit^heoce  the .marked progress iowardi  jhcaliib made by invalids who  Uke it.   T^e"1!? .** onl^J  .one    . * 8,  BOVRIL  S*  S. ISAKA,   f^fifJETQR  :civ  > *-*# ,'|������ja*-'-������t' _.*'-'���������>'��������� -v*.^a-_  Ladies* and. GenHemen. s Suits Made to On'  1"''! irom' foo'to I35    .All' Work First Class  !*.i   l   .  i-t i       ���������   X, :    '���������     tS     " "���������"���������>��������� '*    .'-I'-  Perfect Pit Qu4ra4te.ed.  ler  i  K,  Rale's agents wanted.  $36.00 per week   or 40*0   per  .cent1, profit.    All samples,', sta-;  tj* -- ?" ''.- j -'.J:   -'i''*T^ ���������������������������    / ���������   i  ttouery, and an catalogue free..  V/e waht one   permanent   agent  ik   this iocaiity' for' tliel largest  picture'and''frame'1 hotise jri'A'm-  . '��������� ��������� A   : Li:   .. '.V:   "A'/n '. V-.: .'..... 1  erica.    Experience   unnecessary.  TVe 'instruct jou liow to sell our  goods ai.d furnish the capital.1 If  you'want' a' permanent, honorable aud profitable position^ write j  si's to-day for particulars', ^a'tajo-l  gye ami' samples.���������Frank' *!\v.  Alttilliam's���������Com'g'any,���������-ii-14-^iiV-  -���������gtylor'-Street.' Glijcaga/Ili.;   ''  .������.,*_,,. ....d������>anali>'...iia>������n.,..  %$9j9y  VIS 103 S. S. CO, of B. C, LTD.  Weolt.-eiu.'coryice   between Vanoouver  Nahi������, iibV'trnio.1. Coui.ix, liy   U16 "'  t-teA Clyde-built,   twin screw  .'.steaw-j* ������������������COWICHAN"  . Sailiit> ua'tindor'.���������'  Loaves Vmcoiive-; Saturday 8 pm  Arrives- N..nnimo,  Sii!ur..ny 12 p m  Arrives U/4'i������-> Su *i*J*������y 15 a.m  Arru cu CotAox,   auiMuy 8 a m  . "' '���������'.'   Returning'- ;'       .  Laaves Comox:, Sunday 4 p m  Love's rjiitcft, _ulidj-y 5 p in  Arrivuj Nauaimo, Sundily 11pm  Arrives V'aiidouvier Monday 7am  ���������N/WIONM. CONVtNTIONS.  .Thty Sucpoodod tho'-fiyrtom of |4o|Tji-  "'' -*���������'��������� nation by Caucus.  jCQnve,nt|6juir^nvp hoi' nlwaja noml-  nated our presidents' nnd .vjfce presidents, "for'.more thaii thirty years  presidential earn,ldatcs "\vef<Minm.^d by  a caucus mnde'up'of m������?'niberi������ ofthe  house and'tho sett-ite. " This'.System  died -when in 1824 tlie cauctis insisted  upon by Martin Ja% Bure^ nnd ithei  friends o^ !vv;llllara il. "Crawford" of  ���������Goorijia tie-fen ted Crawford, wblcb  threw tbe 'eiectjon into't^' hotisp on  accoiini: of tie scattcrtnj? clectornl vote  entisei.1 ,by i$t 'entrance of' Cla'y; Oil-  hoinii, .Incksoii nnd John' tjuiacy Adams  in the race. This f mens elected 'Attnins.  was ' somiewBht dem^r-i-jz1.*?. and in  j;sSl ,tbe ftepVbliciihs followed the ex-  .ample tliu hnti-MiiRonlc party had set  'tlio year before arid met in convention in Baltimore to nominate Uenry  jCJay.'  The Dcmoorats" held their Drat  AFPJHCAffION'' -. tftM. HOTEL  Take no.t_g*y ;t^%t Anf> inontl^  after date I intond* to apply  to the |3upertn.tendoi-,t of Fro ,  vincinl Polioe. nudor the provis-  ions of tho Ljqnor Xicence;  Act 1900, and ainoiulineJnt8 t.hero-"  fo, for a Hotel hicmwyAp sell in--  toxieattuc. jUauora (hy jTettail iu  the;  pvcinises jkiiown a*'Uie Lome Ho-*  i ������������������-.���������ii .i'i,.   . i ��������� .,-    i. ��������� i.  tel, sitiiato at pbmof dinfitriciti lirit-'  i������h Gol-utn^ia;  Dated '$$ &$. (day of Sfipt. 1908;  Flokkncb Maky Clutk.  THE pfAL ftp. # CANADA   "  Cahitai. 83,900,000  J<KH������!itj.i.,������a,-300,(W0  Assbts,   8*16,400,000  DRrosiis.r """"  ' *-***-*8* 'I rn?***'  ���������ft*.   - -,-  *c.*;\v.U--  nntlonal conientioir }bAbe same city  the fbllbtviiig 'year!' nbint'tiutjng Marttu  Van Btiren'-for vice iiresidi>o.t The  iomlnatln;? fipnx? of tbe party. Andrevv  ���������Jackson, newjej-jn.*) indorsement of Jiia  Candidacy for" tlie presidency.  ' The petntici-itts tn lia3Sf and 184C  nomfij.aied y^on' 1. u'ren' jfor the presl-  aency'Mii' Baitimorei''aiad'.j|ic. MVhigs  Stage havoa Uoion for Cu.iii.erlan i ������-v ��������� jiomtiiaWd !.C\a-j;''iri.','the';Eame- \itinvt*r fit  y Snhda-/ti������ai-ui-ij{ ou arrival of ������������������ b.J.V     ������s*+i,'wjieb tlie'Domoe'rVi's ntiniod Polk  flGHA^i^rid^eWps-e-rmbsk    it 1  pm, -"'(Jonuecflbg- with Steadier' u  Union.       c-- ���������������������������"������������������>   ���������*  " ' '  or  pri*- XHE MATTER OF THE  ' "   DOIvilNiq^ EtECTIO'NS;  iJcf1-nd'   v ���������'��������� -:- -: y"   ���������  iLii the matter of. t}ie election, of  'st\ meiriber to  serVe' iu 'the  tfbtise o'i Coriiiiions di! Qanatfa,  foVthe Elefctorkl  Districtl of  pomdx-Attfn M " - "'  TAiKF/ ^6TI0E, tbat Rogli  Stc'wiirt, of Coniox, British ������ol-_  '.vvubiu; by occupation a Farmer,  ha*5   .'-.cu   duly '"appoised^by  yVflliiiiii S.lbaii, cat'dWate for tbe  ;d)o\-> 'nieritioned eiectidh's,"ai liis  ������������������'ji'tH-idl agent,' afcco.fdi.iag1 to'' the  ���������ravislohs of' tlVe said 'f)oinlmoii  J'Vt^lfLLYPES  HARl?r������OH,  '������'A\irilingOtjid^f;  6omoi<.<Alli.ti  .I'.'.-'jcWral IJ.strict.    ,:  '" ;> '  'APPLICATION   FOR   HOTEL  - ''; :'.,."' ' L|OKI)[qE.   *'��������� ���������'  ��������� i *...*���������'*,  ,:a .  NOTICE is"horehy given that  0!ie\ii6nf1i' 'from date I intend to  apply' to Mm Superintendent ��������� ol  Pi'ov'iiieial |*olieo V.ctoi'in, for .a  renewal of thV Hotel "uicoifea, held  l>y tiib'for lh������ Port Augusta llotel)  ���������situatoil at Comox. id. C. , '  ���������������������������&> J. Ii. lloi.MK.s  Dated 27th day of Oct., 1U08.  xvmctiTdk FW IIOTEL  M0.ENOE.  Dated at CUiiiberland, B.C., this  '] atilh Uay^f4QctWeir, x'^08. '  -  ���������m amma m sas'saj ii ni *~i"i U *m*m -4-^i-t.isi m* ������������������!������ lm tmmamaaa a|  ^ano Timing.  Mr? J. W. Goard'"Practical  Piano T.itioiv will pity CJutrilierluii.  att'd -liatrlct '* viB.t' tWicfe "������ ye'iir.  Iu.Hi '.OJiu Waul tliuii piaiioa tn  /���������VtjunV |ni|.' iii jmoil ''uijmir Mioiild  .'m.*.i*'iH:* -'tliel^ dr.ioi'a ''for " liitii  Ko.:itV'.'.rilIJr>i''������t 'tJ'n-  y.i>xv������ titlh*  VlilllM ���������lIHIIll,   If.  ������*'  V . 11 '���������'���������.  . NOWQEl i*> hewhy given  that  lone month froin dnte I intend  to  1 I    I   ( ' "j   tf'"t, :, 'V: \  rto apply brHie Stip'triiitHiidinit of  Pj'dvii.i.inl Police, Victoria lor a  ronowal ol. t)ia liotul Lit'ewo linld  Uy 1110 for the l,.k \\o\o\ situatoii  at Coniox,  Gi.oit������K O. Maodokai,])  Dated ^lul^y, of Oct.,IU08,  '���������NB������_mB������>-a������**-B**aan^^ >  ApPLICATitiN"' folHn5f1?i.  UCK.NCK.  NOTICK in lii.niby given  tliiil  tiiin titontl) from date i  inti'iut to  .* w  ..%. ,  1   .^, .*, ���������,  hull ciilviH   from first  .t.r.x'Vt.A'k. Apply'toWuV. 'Dim  7    "���������< :   i   ��������� 1 '���������'��������� *l  4,1...  'ifii. MttDtMrx lt������ft l������y ThiirKiluy,*.  iimt'li'V N'l.naim'o.'    '     ' '    ' ���������  .-^  Cl?ii������. ];.vi..i.i������."'.i-fi  hy TJiiii*-  V,i\'.*' I'.' .f'0.1 i'iiite for   Itclv.'  1   .'  .,.,_,,���������,>  ���������  AAiJ,"-;-    ~.J)ho*i*&y Ordera?--l."-y'-^;  "'        Rates. -'  ....  iSSandander        '���������      -      - ^X}ei^t,8  .Over  *J6 an'd not eiceedinif^lO     6,C3ents  .Over i\* nn'tl notttWediilgiw)    "JO'Conts  (*^;orp|������^uiliiot^e^n'g|!59     $ Qe^ts  ������' Thew Money -Orders ere payable .wmioirr ^cosV in any   Chartered  .Bunk Hi Canada!7    '' r   *    ^''    rrnr"   '    '       ~   *���������"������������������-.   ,,  ty terest Add^d .pqt,ir Tjjjpts ^ -^aftr p\ Savings B������A}}$.  t A.B.NtTHERBY,^���������^^  mm mmmm..mm.mm:fm^m^Tmmf,,n*fmm      l������ g1*** * J*_f * ** mmmJJfJtJ  .*���������������������������������*-���������> 10������.-> ���������  K   A IP) A     Merctent  Py. t\\lJt\    gF4__0E  SEALED jmygBS addr^sed to the  undersigned and e-adorra/Bd'TendeTS  Ior Dredging fiord rtarbour," trjll ba re-  ooived until Widay, 30t<i'Oct, ll*08,:at 4:  ,30 P. M., for df'fjdg'iug redutred at poal  'Harbour, V'ancdiiVer, Province of British  polumbin:��������� ������  Tenders will uot be .ji-ini^dered unless  mado on' thQ iortn eupplicl, and sigued  with the ao ual aSunaturei of tendorersv  ' Specification atid'trmof -end.r can bo  obtaine-l ou application to 4*. G. Keott-*  f.*i. ilesidoat '���������JSugi-.ee.: Kevv. Westiiiin  Hfor and a., the Department of Public  Wprk*, Ottawai Tiridera must inojude  ibe tbwiug. of'tbi plant* to and from the  works. Only dredges'can be employe.!  wliich are lpgai r>d in Canada ut the  time of tbe ijliujj. of tepdera. .Coptrnct-  or.s mint be reiuiy to lej-in work wi lin  t.'wji.ty da b after tlie data ihey liave beon  -     .^ 'i ti<    i��������� *      f  notiiied of tbo a-jcepta'i.c^ of their teuder.  Au bccipted" iiLeijue uu   a   chauored  bank, payable'to ti.e-'or er of lie Honour-:  ������bio tbo Mi istcr of Publio W rka, for  _mnsi.  LADI^S'lPAlpll^AlJE CQ^UMES A .SPpI^^TY  "suits -mkUH t,o Qftpm WW  I m fln-y STVii-e you misu.  j -Prices From fgp. tp ������������Q,  .mmmmm      m^jmjjf .jjgmm/fj.f.mmmmmmmmm*  * **"**a**  >������**������ y *������ ��������� *.  * coinitiro PAIHT   "  Pointl^isr, -Paper Hanging:, Knlspmin  in,g-, Sign Painting, Bviggy Painting.  P-ri^a Lwoer/9 than ^lsoyhero tfood Work#ja  I^aj-e Ordera ai 3. XcPhee St Bona  A  pply to the i-.iijK-.riiit.iinl.*nt of  l'rovii|t,jal Jjj.lice, y.etorii|  for n  _rc*nt������WM) of ttie Holol |.i������on������ti  Imhl hy i|it) fo| 'l]ft C,otir|t'1|^iv 11 * ���������-  :r<d, 'iitiirtt';H| at Oijtirttttity U. C*  ���������loll.S IS.' lixilt.N'K'i'pt;  iDatwl SJIlli dny nfOet, Vd'M  i *''   ��������� "���������     '  diicbd  bfeOe. ............. _. ..._, 7. .._..._   *l.bo':fl1.4t.SjiVs, Jrist!tl\'ei|i itt tiiese earlier  eorivbatjdriS wlilcb succeeded tbotyraji. ,  J������'y';o'f the' caueus clinniber baye li<*ei)-  contlhued' arid itddt*^ Jo from ftotit to  tliiie,'iind  tbecoiiveiifipiis todiiy nre  inerMy"the $,cseei)dii/its oif tlios^ tbnf-\  h'omlhated   Clay 'and   Van' Bui-trit'.��������� 1  Charles  Walls wort li' Camp in JiJetrb-  i>o������tah Moga'zipe.   l ,v   ���������' '"  '!������������������'*."'  ' .-..JUiii .    .  Ij'orixoi1.  A man rails IV tin* librizon tf^ere tl. <������  "eartli and tlio sky kuviu to inci't, jiiita  wbniiuj's'po'tloirbf tl|o ))oriz*.ff. Is the  fflttirij'i's sbo pan 'seo'.'inov'tng In from  WJiiiia herfront window'cui'taliis. If,  rbrther.'Uiey, buiifr but 'theit' washinj  ifi n spir|f of candor, tlniy are, of  cdurse, oil Uio more'tso. The l-wjrja^i  ln'onii&tjd by a' number "of tbfnfiij, chief  among'theu) tlio /,'regaHoijls Insfjnct  6nly for tlittl nbst dbttr wotiit} inoan as  little ita tiiVlff ro'viiiTi'u or -pure -rb-od dr  liitbnirtOonal' arbjtratioij;. "It takes ii  mr olf'sbnicflfliiK of 'that tfoif'to Vlso  nbovo'tUe'liorlitoii, liut tt vary c*dlUa'ry  i*/6nioa-*rt������iry fool ubovo it.-I.lft.' ' '  ������'''   ''I'I    '��������� ���������      .,,.,,   ii"  The Cult of tho HttteJ.  fllotol" It. n Kretteh \voni, font n  thbfoimtily,'Urftl������V>'". nnfttu^trott: I'f |t������  givat IwtolsSveroM/iipproaaoil Londou ,  ���������ivould no Idiiiiei*'be jf.A'ndo-0���������fjint |������ to  my, tin* LotiiUiii of'soclt'tjr, '*fhe theater,  lltcnttiirol i>o)ifl6fl, iirt aud fnsliiou.  The liotul ls biio of the enneDtl.il fnctora  of I/mdtin' life*-Milan Corrlura Dotla  Hernt,  ��������� '   *  A Comparli'on.  Mm. titles' (nnxloiirtiy jib|{|ji������ n������t?r  roctor'a heulthl-Wetl." alr.'l '|m> bV*')  you wiys'yoit lk������ we'll, biit tli**m--i*ou  bo one of IW-ae "hnd Hrvers," ns I ciilli  'um (���������ifio Vm tlie liclit V vltMa, jiiii<r .j  dou't do 'em no (fix-ili-ilieri- be iiIri  Ului tli������tl*--*7ic������>tJV.n "  VM\. NeWie'*!.'  "How would yiiit" ilollni* a 'crytnts  nm'd?"' iiHlfifii; tli^ ti'iit'W;r;" of'.'ttje  rl|t'liir|r tdiiivi'       '*' "   '  '���������A t.audt*titH'hli**f," leplli'tl tlji" at)lpi������ii  youiif inim with the -Vlcltwl vyo, 'v  x, . .. ��������� *������������������      '������������������    ���������  iue  .tauee  of tender.   '       *  the U p.ii^iftoii.tidtea t-i).b,ini i'solf to  accept the Invent br auy t nde-.  Hy order,  NAP. TE-<SiEU,    *fp3rot..y.  Di p.irijnont of I'nlj'e trork.-i,  vU       UtAtf., Colober 7 1908.  CHAS HERAPER,  r'      lArUnCllflV. B. C.  ���������*���������  New Stock Arrive4  and Arriving,  Consisting of Solid Silver,   English   hall   marked;  Sljjelling Salts Bottles,   Fancy Jewel Cases,  Mugs,  ������ Fish .Carving Spt-s. a.id als.9 spme very fine itjjarmaza-  lian Pottery and Peau de Soie fine lf^jid pajiiterf cjiiu-  a that i)5 worth seeing at  "    ������������������". MelaEAN'S  AI'I.ruIATKiN'   KOR HOTK1.  ncUNClv.  v NOTKJB i������ hHivliy ������Ivoti, tlmt  ma month frortt d'tte I  intuu.l  to  .,  .   ,, /���������    1 , ( M'P'y to  the Siiii*<*niiti'inlniit.   nl I  \l t-il    t'   ttl'.lll'l'li V"������ ��������������������������� :t T.'\i������0*(_f|.| V   tt   J *    1 '  '        h    ' I'mvitirUI    I'/ili.*.', Vi������*ti.ri 1 T������.i* n'  i'1'llt-W-d of till! I|.ltl'l   iJri.llC-* ll.-l I  .  _.^ _^ j i������v uie for'tho SjiVitij.  Iiiii   Hotel,  Mi   h. Hunt I'Ifi by Sttni'hv'i r*>ituat'fl on/!nin..*< K'n-ul.  J(oll.V If. PlKKf'  I>rtt������tl 27tli elrty on.vtt.,  it,.,,  Ill; I  11.."'  ���������If,J  \ Mlat.d, \,y  fjiatimhit...  T|ie ait'ijt. nnd tlu* IH'.li- tntve netsl  of ������ncb oH*tfr.~'Hti*iiv\i.w* ro. "  ,    ���������,*>,    *������,������    ���������     ��������� i'������,.    *  Triumph yf Mind,  Vij'llm of'lVfiii.liin'-li..i-i.,i. |;*u ow*  fully iifritld I'lit pilntf \A ifaVt������ lin.'ln  fi'Vi'n ' f>tH*ti������r-riMit<,''|Hi'ii|i, my di>nr  fHwiill TJi.t Is'nil' nn lltitalim of tho  Hittint-ji, Tbprti Is ���������(������ si(������'li tliink an  %\*Y*ir. Vihi hiivf n������i f(;vi*r; y-iii liavo  no br-h'm-ti-* tiiMti'rli>r*ttitwtiiiii'������ ui>im  ���������.-lijfll ^ui'li n, Mli.illy |iii'i{.|tiiir*i' and  ..:(^A**';Xll*l**tHt''  V*'*'*.  *,'���������������" ������������������   !*'���������*'(   v--������Jt..'.h.  ill-ifiiiiy Imw ot ojti*il'iili*ti. Vlcilm -  v;i, doctt/; wim I 11 li*inl yiiu lmt'i> tak<  mi from my-frmn my-1 tiavo 11 mind,  Ifyum't I. itoetor?   '* *  The 9^ford Clitutcellor  r������rifio in this hect value in an  nll-t������tci|il t'aiipjB olTarwl to tlie  lieopjju of Urirl^h Ujlnnibia  'to-tiny.  It in haiidnoinn iti Appeal'*  unco, solid' in coti8ti'iip|:lnn,  duBl^'nod hy com|������ot������iit. ox-  pt'i'iiMii'otl Htovo.huiltlorn, ifiul  und md 11,, hv ttkilled  work-  i *  mon,  t    ���������  Ihiforo you pnrphn������e ������  yanpe, examine ������on|t������ of the  pntHtiiudij.i'j; (Winup of* tho  Oxfoitl 'Cii^c������ll(������r.  If tiill fiptionl tn your jij'l*  {.t'lnmit��������� givt' pit Btti{rtfaQti(j|i  when yon Ijiiy- a,ttd pn.vo to  the hilt fvfry clitic o,tir a-  geiii*. {|.,iiku for it,  Whore are you goingjf I brj g^fjif tq |.hp Comax Co^nprsraUvo Meut  Market, where I pan pet a Nice, Teikjar, .!������l.oy Kpaa^flf ^lpat: J.p flppe,  All Meat.  Comox Co-operative Sopety,  R, Webster, Manager.  XOTJCR  .���������ytt 'f.ir Vietoria.  I'M.. -1      ','|."   ,     _  IhniiiitTiTit Ardiito.*!'"Htitt.lvraon,  tt( y iJ-f'Wrlij, Hrrivud hy Wttlna*-  dayV OtiaV."  '"' '        '    v  cuf IV1*^^rsr__% 1 *N0T,CF*,8 h,i% io������cn Ut������t  '       ' *..f    ������l._ "is... A.,. i_.   f   ���������b**T   V  ,J At.  SEWING  PuU>g That Hair.  "What iiiiikw* me rt*olly mntV** nnld  lhe tt inun 11, "Is lo sjiqud m������imi|*a, mny  po hbtim, trylnir to r������I tiuM of it whin  half which sbo-v*. >'p 911 ijy |(i>ml llki* u 1  ���������Jfasiiliif Halit*. ><i iialVii (��������� -niuiHilr-ina  ���������-H* otttalw wl.fii I try" ������,*������ vitteh it, mid  ttieo when 1 ib. li'iiii.v ar-parato It frmu  '���������^n* bwn.i hull  nt.I 1 If** It n vigor  'Oil* ptril l* tit-tl  ttl-41   I   !' fit B'tatctitti  cwf i pooil brn.ivti I 1 j.*m tor i\i, and  f#fl thtv ir|..i*.*.������ii.- .'lW.,|������lninf.,,  .4 '   ' '*  }������ppty tn the "S������j**.rHi{nii.fi.������i'i  j I Wim *.������l l\ilii������...  Viitori*  fyr   a. A No** r to far Him.  Irmowsl of Uie* Hi.N������l f fci-ncd 't'tii'    "T,K> etlni.in* bmrc ������< siltil^lotl't, tyo't  foil at I'nioii It, t,; , "h-nt frlti- ibai ilinv tv.������r������| down fnr  ��������� . -.-t   ��������� ' it   _, " ���������   ������-. m*- '**'���������'*"***' '���������* ���������* ������l������*t* *>' **remt*n*  msrvmrmv**   Aut-ttt    IJnmlvrl-ml' *\     1 ������- .   . "      '*M*"-:V* "*v'.', *t ������I������W ..Ml* tn ttm Mtn* old tray.  V *$&!*' Af*rent������   *;",-#**" HU.dlDtM tVttUth* o! <*,���������*.. i,m     ���������lfb**Vnama*rerm.'*  V t~*!t_,*-'*',        ,������������������*." ^_.. J , '..,...    .*'.v    <������������������  nr-1 SASY THRM8  for Sale In G^ttam.  _ ___       ������������������������___ - *#*. m ,  by T; t BATE,  |IagnAt Cash Stcr^-  MUNICIPAL NOTICE,  All Honspholdet'B aro rt'mpi'ed  to |:e^i-iUr their vpty \vitl^ (.lie  City Clprk on or hefore thc 80th.  of Op):, All m\t\\\tt\\ c\il)ject������ of  the a*gp of 2| yearn and having ru  aided in- ���������pii)ii]it*rliiiid since lf-f,  January 11)08 are pleglhle for |*e-  gint ration.  A. MpKfNKov,  "(JiO,  aat.t*lMlli|l'"JiiJi"iJ|ta'1  Thos. Li  Banks I  Funeral, Direc-j  tor and  Em-j  baimer  ���������trtv.'tSmT^f.  ,Ioh.. CunliiTo will rc������nme  his.  PV?!'ing PlWW* ��������������� ������>j'������'������g R"(!t  Bteftin engiuepi'Iiig on ^iiegday eve.  11 ing Nov. 8rd, inst, 7 p ������>. at hie;  l^.ddencf. Spcojld Stipp% City, All  jici'ijonB wish(rjg (0 join may do tq,  hy npplY|f)g Ui abqyp at any time,  lifpviotiB to above (.ate; Byllabna,  Ijiid (terini on application,  ptitnharl'.tid il. 0, Opt. jOtli 1008,  Oil- J, MAI  AdvortlBprs willj cpntor n favor,  hy bfinging In tl|(iir adu, not luter,  fflmn Monday, aa \l������i������ will enublo  .hu printer*, to \\)m* it in tht.  neKt jitfuo on llie following Tuesday.  ���������- "-wsWHtr -a-.t���������n^mmmmm\  IP YOU W^NT GOOD.  PRINT^O GO TO THK  NI?\VS. FIRSTtC^ASSWORK'  wiwi* mee.99 t-t-gf-f ��������� **���������-.  Houae mmtatatm ������7������-i  ttewlrcir 11 flowniiaitlaii**  Cat*'-i-uuy Aiun c   tu,  ��������� f # L*mf*  C'nmberlttti-i, II. C.  w^sJfPaBajBp^B*ar^aWWejwW������>^BaJ  I  .V-t,QILLET7 mm  Tttttmttwtt.

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