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Array ������,?   .' *v  ���������  ������������������a    A  A?[? 2 b 1908  ���������>  N  it  ���������x  'A Journal D������vo^0 Especially* to the Interest* of Comox District.  sese  The News, Seventeenth Year,  QVMBERUJJD  B. C,   TUESDAY,   APRIL  21,   1908  Subscription $3:00.a Year.  ������������������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������  'At The BIO STORE  ���������FOR���������  ���������9B-W  ���������HP*���������  X  "What a different a. few clothes make.  ���������y|"|w  Put o$ one of our NEW SPRING!  ������SU ITS and s<ie the difference it makes ������  in .your appearance.. Honestly,, we never?  saw so much suit elegance for $io, $i 2, ������  $.1^ $18 and up, to $?5;, as we are show--?  'ing this seas.cxn.  Th* Largest gtook of &fe.deMn the Dis-|  triot. ^fit's for Slater's & All A3������������U?ica |  Shoes  : ^ISimonLleisCTA^Ud!  Curnberteu,-*.d*  #������0������������-$-M-������StC**������������������-l������������������  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries  Five Per Cent Discount on General,  Groceries.   ������   ....   80 Day*.  Groceries  Special attention paid to the-Quality of our Goods'..  CAMPBELL BROS.,    Db^a^,  W"  IJjPWUII ���������!! I'IIB<  How is The Tit^e,  Old Work mile HEW  __ by  THE CUMBERLAND PAINT WORKS  Hpu^e Painting,   PapgrHang'ng,   Sign Writing   and  BUGGY   PAINTING.,   a Specialty.  test of Material  an* Worijmansnip.  WORK'S, CO.URTENAY, B. C. next McPhee's Store.  H^RABER, and PARKINSON,   Proprietors.  f  CQelieocTs fizux Stotfe*  We axe getting nicely settled in  our new premises and nave put in a  fine line of  In Hats,  ; In Clothings  In Boots& Shoe  Your inspection invited.  #���������  I     N     P1f������I   FfllV   D������ns'������������ir Aveimo,       ���������)  J.   1>> i 1VU*1-#\#I/^ CUMBERLAND, B.C.    k  We are now showing a oom-  .   ,  plete range of new   ���������   ���������  at prices that will please you.  Tfl Dance Give& by  Captain Ogilvie  ofSteamerShiela.  The most splendid and largely  attended event, that Union Julian over laid, wnutho danco. unci  supper given by Captain OgiU'io  H, N. It, tin Friday lu.-t. There  worn ninety couple present mid  lltimbhroy'H Jtyull wne, nw'd for  the occasion. Mr. Humphrey to  to bo congratulated on tlio tip top  tloor, lio has 1������ii'J down, for it win*  perfection fi'uiii tliu dancers htiimi-  point, Til*'!"*1 were a few invited  j;umi*u from Cumberland, nnd  wuiuox, us well in* Itantnan  c^d  We nr.e able to gflcr splendid values at  per pair���������-die bumc uj> cut���������maJc of, go.-il  strong Drab Cou):il]Q with suspenders attached, sizes from i& to 26 Place your  order for 3 .j'nir Iv-Wo sires nro hrok^n.  J, McPHEE & SONS  Dunsmuir Avenue CiwberUuid, B< C.  trance Foro-Castlu Hoad tho sides  of hull ''Starboard" and "Port scats  Bulwarks.'������������������ Abovo.thodoor loading to card rooms at the, back of  hull, tho --Quartor- Kook!*' wid the  curd loom was culled tho ''Cabin,"  The vessel wan noon pat undor  way, by tho Captain being called  upon liy tho "Navigating Officer"  (.M.C,) for aii opening speech,  wJiUdi was given in rattling good  Htylo by the populaj iwiwnim, which  was oa.follow*:;���������  LaDIIM AND (iKMTUMKNi���������It   i������  iiHiial for tho inaMtir of a *hip to  npciik to hi* crew from tho Quart-  '������������������������������ Dork and from thu Koru-CaHth'  Head, but owing- to tho prwenl  craft, thingt* ar������ roforvad; no doubt  the debitors intn.itioiiH wcrfcgpo'l.  Hornby UlumU. Tlio hall which i hut ho built a targe, which i<* tlw  in one uf.thw Uiifg^st in th������ dint- |(,���������n)(j l^th fori* and nftw,Jii������i>w������ my  uci  wiw. ������  urortia   u������   iowiiH-Bf, 1 rcHROii lor   ������|wiiKiiig  iruo,, Y������iv.  ;;ooii)G- were taken possession of  by thirty coajiles, at one ef which,  Captain Ogilvie took the head*..  The repast was princely, the tables  being weigh tod down by the very  i5caL-_*the_mai'kei;__;affprdA! M_rs^  Humphrey simply surpassed "her  ysnal well known skill, in catering  to the happy crowd,, wiilr the as-  sittiuice of Miss Bessie McKay and  Miss lewis. The tables were waited on by Me, Geo. Heiiflliall, 6ac-  ond Stewart-of the S^ S. "Sliiela."  and Mir. William:. McLan?hlan,  head chof of the eblp, whilst the  chief Stewart r. E. Julinso  Biiporintehdoil things in general.  -S^mvy...���������4"44>i������n'U(,>4 - -tl������������* '-"looklilu  regularity, with which tho-viaiulf  %ws> hand led by these experts in  their line of business., At the end  of the fiiflt. sitting, Mr. T. Hudson  called on tlioso pr.qseut to , fill up  their glasses,' and drink to the*  ���������hoalth of Cajiliun Ogilvie "for he's  a jolly good, fellow'', w,iw sung  with vim, and the skippor Ujen,  mado'a fow muro remarks that  sniaked of the salt water, The second table was in chargo of chief  officer Brown,, and tho third in  charge of chiut' <������ngiuocr Thomson.  Aftir supper the dance program  was again gone through. The homo  waltz, wjuj. played in tjio early  morning hour*. Altogether this  ovont, was tho greatest snecens,  wver known in Union Buy. Jim  McNeil, wan navigating officw (M.  U.)',Mr, RiidMrf,. T. liiulnou' led  the grand niurch. A. W. Blaney  hud charge of the decorations, and  received thq most valuable helji  'from the Indies., and u iniindor of  ufficors of tho ship. A naturu  dance ii on tho boards in honor of  Captain Ogilvie, to take place  ���������oma time this week. Tho music  win* grand.,Tho oviduct ra wan won-  puood of tlm following.. Uavc Upy,  'Violin, M, Morgan, l'miio. Paolo  Mulite Saxophone.  M  Mill   ^IWP 1 I     &��������� "    '     ' '    ������  Thomas Hudson, bad quite 'ti  successful auction sale of boo*::  ���������and shoes in the Davis Block ou  Saturday, having   disposed    d������  over a hundred pairs.  ��������� Mrs. C. Gillauders^rfrf Vancouver, is paying .Bitniberlaad &  .visit and during h\i\ stay is the?  guest of her parents Mr. audi  Mrs. J. Abrams. v  WANTED���������A gfrl to do -gen--/  eral house work; apply to Mts,R���������  Grant, Cumberland., B. Cv ���������'"'  Mr. Isaac Grieve of Oomoss  w-^16 hi*; been making a tour of  ;ihe Old' Country, an>3: Euatcnu  Canada returned by  Monday's boat, after having had*  a most eujoyable trij>. H"e did'iiofc  comeback alone.  The tug'Tepio left Nanaimo at  half past seven,Thursday evening;  towing a l<ig scow with 300 ton**  \)t coal for Evans, Coleman 8c.  Kvans. A storm sprang up in thtst  ;j;ulf when, half way across. The:  big scow suddenly turned right.  over which was cause! by rolling;  of wavcM..  hoittg ������l*'*,tirutt������t with *vtsrgrw������ii������,  mid the largo flag)* of nil nations,  Inline! \w tho   ������t������tHt,u������,i **Shi������?J(i**  and HU>Miin������r "Widliiii'ton'  Bo  Siddall, the t������hqP,  aidoK tiiC'O, thiTo M'cru the minticaJ,!  .11 rungfioentj*, that wurt a *l\iking  novelty t������������ auyiHit', who, ha<I only  itttuiidc*) land luhlMtr* i%n>u*,  Firnt, there wm thst Fnr������*<'a*tle  lllvad Hill, which wiw   hung Ut ^.j^ikImiioo randy to I'ttht tucir haw  tiatttlt Mead. However, it givrn nit-  tho greatest pleasure, to chip my  "headlight" mi so many "clipper  built nhipn" tint LnOicf* in tluir  various* rig������, all cluniwi, A. 1. nt  l.h'yil't* ������tu*l<iittg ������riiil?i sot, aiitl all  ready to run, !x foro fJie wind. 1  tiUo itutit'M A goihlly ntiiiiber fd  ������������������tow.buati*" tlio Geii'lemeii in at-  Vi"|'tl,    'It)    f������������������������'i������|'������   t)\  jitiid a linn wan enrried   frmit  J!a*oprin?d Uud.ics* in Mc!a'<mV������ Store.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  ivy.  tilt-  jbt-ll to the leader of !;>������������������ ui.hfjtUa,  who ������.t the *ta,rt **f ewh   number  !oil the \iT<'&rMi%   nut.',.',   ������iv,i   th������"  . iiiitiiWr ������������C rioy* i*������-vr������������-������������* it> ���������������������������!    in,!*, i,v.������v������>  u., i..������  .������.>  i n ������jH������tti tirh the iiiitiri^r *������������  tli������������ ;t ���������������](, (triil  trw   \<>\i  * ���������  iit������'e������-  i������ary. I fineeieiy ito|������e thut ciipp������M  ������������id t-wit at  A'.id a* ,som������ future ,;m  In thU.issue, will be Sf^cn on  anothpr. page an adyerHsemcnt^'  i-he British Canadian Wood l'ulpi  and Paper Co, ltd. This th a new  Utnterprise   i\v\  no doubt will';  meet with great succe*������.   Tlic  plant i������ situated at Port  MelloBi  on Hpwc Sound, about 25 mllef t  from Vancouver, U is expected i  that the plant will be   in fuh|  operation by next Jnly,   usjnur-  liictutlug newsdnper nnd writing  pajw of. all description.  Parii April rfltb Tommv Birmt  the clumpiw bnr������vy weigh p"���������  gtliht knocked out Jerry Smith*  the African boxei here tonight in  the fitth>ronndol wha. was iO bt;  a tcu.roundihont,    I    (M-tlie������i������*t  trip 1 01 in������s(ui������t.i  I*i that.IlM taw ball gnmo ..f'.City, from,Vaueouv������r, ona at im  the ������e,u5ww.bra today, Union Bay' P������wo������������w* hvldontly bwamo iu-  dofwlodtCoinox in ateryfaaUnd!"'4"* wd 1 prang ovi*rbo������rt,  Mm  , :.t ,,,,^,    f'">  ,)���������������������������,(���������,���������.,, ;1m>������1v has not bouii icoovwe*!. H i&,  ladiiuwrj U.-|p������, ������u������l MCitomtm | 'willed his uuinawMB^t..  run high at th*,   finM, m ut tl������|uy   w^^NCmiKAOlV.  ond of the 'llli iiiiiinKti the scon*| ..,,.���������.,  liUMxl ft t-tCt, It tuok two. immufMi      m , ,  B&SA Ball Match  Hiw.yt    ki.p������  ������  ���������j,jj%r ii' j*vt !#>^.-!!  on  s'.o.xl ft toll. It tuok two. jmiing<H  f.ir the I'iciil team to   finenw  th������i .       ,  ,  .     . ,���������     , ., !H,|HirtJVU.<i| tl;������ vinm  wtiiiunw run,    KinaUeorf, ������)om������>K    '���������..     ,     ,    . ^  .  ^. ���������,      ., ' ������'\\Jiv dfM'������iied(.t!ir>t  '>   Mito   \ uioti   H *v    /.      Idtterv '   ,.   v, ,        ,       ,  klp(   ��������� '.^<������; Li,|   he,  ,.!������*)*  l.pt g������.um.M",u" ".T,M" ' " "*"'  V M'mi'irp. ,lin������   M-NV!    A   rfttmt  ^* c miry ���������  I   ������j!V^""   wi,">> l'b>y������d  i������   ������ ���������*b*'������  'time. Time of ifMiti* 1   hour tint  ������������������������������������  wiih the iiinifi^r *������������  proyrwo.    t'������r<U will* utgv  lt������uii,g \������<*r*' put up o^er   tin*  ������<������-  (triil  trw   v������������ti   wilt  him* 11  | r .������o-Ui >g g ������������i i,*i,t. .\   14 j.ni.  1 ft* niieiitc*.  ������"V|  no i   f,'������l'<'-r  ������������������������   .'A   fit'  i������ii. h'n- fn>t int.),., t, t!,������- ij .:��������� i-Siwhg N\'  "Hit   mmiagur  ��������� ������<,������������������������  ,>.������; L;,|  he,  ,.!������*)'*   a^*-*  Iti* p������rt whee   heV eiiwi."  '���������You *nv yt>'i w'*a t������������ marry w?f  \ffiu',ui |t������'t ,;,cV u.itf a. r." ������  ���������riuoi.gii.M.j^." (!���������������������������;'''   X'*- ���������-  t-,>r'jr"fh*$  t'^'     ������.'    "    .-V.  rly Ut afvid tW*<     '  ������*i    * THE NKWS.  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Tlie Cumberland Hews  Issued Every  Tuesday by the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  TUESDAY, APRIL j ,1008.  NOTICE.  U11 i o ii  Motel  SAl^TTEm.   C      XXA.'Via,      Pnopaiax.  Hnglish 4 x BURTON alwaya on tap alw, tbe fani<tui MILWAUKEE  BKBRS���������Anhenwr, bVh.mia.., Senilis. Ao. " OLD GRBY BEARD "  8COTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquor* of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Department, uod������r tb������ imtusdiate trnpennuaduioe of Mr������  Davit, will be found Pir.t alas* in av.ry rwpeet.  BATE 8,  $1 oo per day upwards.  Notice is hereby givnn that tho  City road tux is now due and pay-  ���������aid* to wither constable Wilson or  tho City Clerk. Tho City Clerk  will be at the City Hall on Monday evenings April 20,from seven  to eight P.M. to receive 6ame, or  may lie found at the Furniture  score at any time during bnsiness  hours. ,Constable Wilson will  reooivo fame at any time during  payday, all parties not property  holders between the ag������s of twenty one and fifty years residing  within iiiunicipaiiiy neglecting to  (,r refusing to pay same will be  prosecuted forthwith aa provided  by the statutes of British Columbia. By order of the City Council.  A.   MoKlKKOK,  City Clerk.  At the. Right Price Furniture Store.  Try Urn for  Linoleums, Wall Paper,  Matting,  Blankets,   Blinds,  Comforters, Curtains, Bedroom Suites, Morris Chairs  .  Extennion TabUs and all kinds of Furniture.  Ten percent Discount for Cash for balance of month.  NOTICE is hereby given that, St.  days after date we intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foroehore and under  tho water and upon the lands known,  ns White Uluff Reserve, Comox District doscrlbod as follows: Commend npr at a post planted about 20  chains cast from tho wost end of  Qooso Spit, In Comox Harbour ;  thoiico north 80* chains; thence bast  80 chains; thonco south 80 chains ;  thence west 80 chains to place of  commencement; containing about  640 acres, known as Claim No. 1..  Dated thi������ 21 t day of April, 1903.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY LIMITED.  O. P. 15<1 wards, Agent.  osities of the shore line to the place  qf commencement, containing    about  90 acres, known as Claim No.1 8,  Dated this 21st day of April, 1906.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY, LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  Ksquimait & Nacaimo By  sacu^ggyri"  J. H,  COLLINS,        Cumberland.  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  days after date we intend to apply to  the llonoraldo^jjJbe'^-Ghlef Commissioner of Lands~and Works for) a licence to prospect for coal andpotro-  loum undor tho foreshore and under  tho water and on the lunds known as  White Hluff Hcsorvo, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  a post planted at tho south-west  cernor of Claim No. 1; thence west  80 chains; thonco north about 6<5  chains to shore )ino; thence oasterly  following tho sinuosities of tho shore  line to the north-west boundary of  Claim No. ��������� 1; thonco south Shout 5t>  chains to place of commencement;  containing about 500 acres, nnd  known ns Claim No. 2.  Pn oil thin aistd'iy of April 19m.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY.  LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  i*s^7^  <SB-  TWO BROTHERS ENGAGE  IN FORENSIC BATTLE  The unsual sight of two brothers engaged as counsel on opposite siues of the same law suit  wis- witnessed in the Ccunty  Court ye-terday, when Mr.C.L.  -H-aT-risoiiT-of-Uie-fi-r-ni-of-Bamard-  & Rpbertson appeared for the  plaintiffs and Mr.,V.B.Harrison,  of H. D.Helmcken's office, for the  tJeiendaiiks in the case of Jones,  Toller, aud Fletcher vs. John D  Bnrns. After argument by both  <.oun.������.d the actiou was decided  b; .Judge Laiupmau, iu favor of  the defendants.  Both the adove mentioned  legal lumiuaries are brothers of  Mr.H, P. Harrison, Barrister, of  'tui*. City.  '1  t?  5C  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., NanaimcB.C.  When In Courtenay Stay  TlTe"G ourtlenay~H"o"tel  Every conyenienee lor guests.  The Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wiues and Liquor*  *ithc'llur.  HATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  Miss L. Bickle returned last  "We In-i.iday t) spend   tho Kiw tor  Mication with her parentis.   ���������������������������i������.   ��������� "   ���������  Mrs. Wilkinson, wife of Rev,  31 r, Wilkinson of Ladystnith, came  up lut>t Wednesday on a visit.  V. Hunden  CONTRACTOR,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  dtiirs nftor date we intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for, a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foveshore and under  tho waster and on tho lands in  Comox Harbour, described as follows  Commencing at a post planted at the  south-east corner of Claim No. 2, on  Goose Spit; thonco south 80 chains;  thonco west 05 chains to the shore  line; thence about 25 chains northwesterly, following the sinuosities of  the shore line; thonce north 65 chainr  thonce onst 80 chains to place of  commencement, containing about 63d  acres, known as Claim No. 3.  ~!)ntedthi|-2l8(!'dirrof-ATritrl908.������������������-  VANCOUVER COAL PROSPECTING   COMPANY,  LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is hereb-given thu* 80  tho Honorable tho Chief Commis-  tho Honorablo tho -Chief Commis-  cenco to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foroshoro and under  -trio1 water and on tho lands  In    Comox District,      described  us follows : Commencing   at   a  post planted at tho south-west corner of Claim No. 0; thonco oast 80  chains; thonce south about OS chains  to shore lino in Nelson District;  thonco wostorly following tho sinuosities of tho shore to place of commencement, containing about 260  acres, known us Claim No, 9, Comox Harbour.  Dated thi- 21st day of April. 1909'  VANCOUVER      COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY,  LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICE is h< ��������� ������ -ivon that 80  days after date wo Intend to apply to  tho Honorablo tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the water and on tho lands  in    Comox District,      doscribed  as follows : Commencing   at   a  post planted at the south-wost corner of Cla:m No. 3. Comox Harbour. Nelson District; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains;  thonco west 80 chains; thence northerly following tho sinuosities of the  shore line to place of commencement  containing about 600 acres, known  us Cluim No. 10. .  Dated thin 21st day of April. 1908  VANCOUVER  COAL PROSPECTING COMPANY. !;imriy.)..  E. Hodgson, Agent.  s, s. "Dity of Nanaimo.  VXOTOZbXJL���������OOXCOac       BOVTD '  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a. m for  Nanaimo, calling ������t Croftor. Kuper  and Thetis Islands whenj fre.ght or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Wedntdav, 7 a. n������.,  for Union Kay Comox and way ports  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. in., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way pons.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m., for  Union Hay Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7  a.n.,   for  Nanaimo and way perls. ;  Svls from Nanaimo Saturday, a p.m., for  i Victoria.  NA.KAIKO.  BOU1B.  LADY-  8.8.     "JOAN."  Sails trom   Vancouver  for   N.maimo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  SaiU from   Nacaiino   for   Van ouver  i.ul), except Sunday*,"at 7 a.m  will  lake (   n  acts to clear  cut   WDcd,   dig ditchrs,  or  an  any  large Contract.  McPheo & Sous have placed  their establishment in the hands  of Meaum, llerapcr & Parkinson,  who are in ikinp; vast imjirovoinoiit  to the s ���������tut) by their painting,  The N ws has had a now appreii"  lice working this week sow*of the  ijpeuM hy him apjaiars in thih  iuriie, ������������������bonny" will   make a fine  J.iijili'T.   0>   I'atruiiise your lioine incrchantH  nnd there'iy ussist in increasing  and 111 lintaiiiiug I ho prosperity of  the cuMiuiunity in which you earn  ynur living, It Is luipOHiible  tohinhl up any eoniiituiiity when  a lar^e jo'tion of your ���������timings  go into the pockets of uutside  tuur huiilf, who 1 ever ijieiid n  <*iMit in the coniiniiiiity Jlny  r.t hoiiiw even if you have to pay A  little uitj.c fur inerchandiso,  lE^&IMlES  IT 18 TO T*H ADVAftTAOB Of IVWV  riowr:KBU>c������ m omaoa to v������i  THBM   rtogst B������������tot V*tw4tf.  Uilkit* PMf������nw4 tye,  lavftrlaf Kaktac IVwisr.  OIIMt'i Crsaai Tartar.  ������������y<p������ V"%* C*krt.  <Mt*fi*������naninMll)M������.  onsMftwaitdflremisf.  ���������jA������t rca evt������ 00 viani  {������������������raaatMia ���������������������������*)  {t.W.QILLETT^.VR  ymmmmmmmmmmmmmm  c  II  o  1  c  E  s  T  -AND-  Fruits  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  BAKERS  UHKAI), CftKew and Pirn deliver  net daily to any part of City,  y"l-LHt',),i   . Growrip*  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  KOR K1HHT-CLAHH  CAN'HY, KKI'lTH,  iUOARrt it  TOBACCOS  Pric*a TJeos mable,   and  Satisfaction Ouar������nteed,  Dominion  Hotel  Victonio, S. f5.  The Kates are Ixiwer than other  finst-class horola, with Accomo-  dation Superior to many.  Rooms with or without bath.  American l'hiit   $1.50   to $2.50,  per tlay.  Kuropean Plan, Rooms only,  ,50 to $1.51), paid iy.  Kitns Bus,  STEPHEN  JONES  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  days after date we intend to apply to,  tho Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a H-  iconco to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and undor  tho wntor and upon tho lands  in Comox Harbour, and described as follows: Commencing at n  post planted at the south-west cor-  nor of Claim No. I; thonco oast 80  chains; thonco south 80 chains;  thonco west 80 chains; thonco north  80 chains to place of commencement;  CiintniuUig, U-10 ncreff, Known as  Claim  No. 4.  Imtert >hi< Vl4day of April, 1008.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY LIMITED.  E.  Hodgson,  Agent.  NOTICE is herebv given that, 30  days after date, I intend to apply to  tho Honorable tho ���������Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal ami petro-  louiri undor tho foreshore and under  tho water niid on tho lands hi Co-;;  mox Harbour, Comox District, described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted''at tho north-west cor-  nor of Clnim No.   7; Jthenco    south  WfH'WIIIIIIlHIIM'  COLLEGIATE  FOR  mo  TH  SCIIOOj  BOYS  I atirolrt,        Belcher 8t������e it  Victoria B. C  I'siron an4  ������'t������i������r>r,  IORD  DHII0P >)f COLUMBIA.  ���������STAR'  f  i I  I! Uvery I  ii Stable ii  ���������j    ��������� <���������  ;; Hayman & Maxwell.!!  \ J Projirietors, ''  ��������������� ",M ������������������ ���������" '��������� '" '������������������!  "TEAMSIBRS, ;m\ DKAYMliN  ^.-ilNOI.K ami DOUI1I.K KldN  IjFor IIIKK. ALU OUDKUS  ,,1'KOMl'ILY   ATTKNIJKIJ   TO  if 3rd St, Ciinitolai d  NOTICK Is hereby given that, 80  diiys after dato wo Intend to apply to  tho Honorablo tho Chlof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a 11-  conco to prospect for coal and potro-  Iohhi undor tho foroshoro and under  tho wntor and on tho land known as  Whito Bluff UoNorvo, Comox District,  doscrlbod ns follows; Commencing  at a post planted at tho north-east  corner of Claim No. 1; thonco east  80 chains; thonco south 80 chains;  thonco wost 80 chains; thonco north  80 chains to tho plnco of communeo-  inont; containing 010 acres, and  known as Claim No, 5.  Ua'fld this Ulstdsv of April, lt>08.  VANCOl'VKR     COAL   PROHPKOT.  1NO COMPANY, LIMITBD  K, Hodgson, Agent.  NOTICB Is horoby given that, ������0  dnyH after datu wo intond to npply to  slonor of l<andn and Works for a licence to prospoct for coal and petroleum under tho foroshoro nnd under  tlio water and on tho lands In Comox District, described as follows :  Cnnuiuinctng ������ a post planted tit tho  north-west corner of Claim No. a ;  thonce south (in chains; thonco wost  81) chains to tho shorn Una; thonco  north HO cliitiiiN;tlionce oust fill chains  to tho sliore line; thonco following  tho NlnuosltloN of tho shore to place  of commencement, containing about  ������()() acres, known as (Malm No, 0.  Patau* M id 3U������ tiny of April, lODH,  VANCOIfVKH     COAL   PROHPKCT-  IN(I COMPANY,  IilMITKI).  K. Hodgson, Agent  about <>0 chains; thonco west about  2."j Chains: thence westerly following  tho sjiuowt!e.s of the shore lino. to  tho mouth of the Courtenay River  thonco easterly following the sinuosities 'of,the shoro lino to place of  commoncoHiont, containing about 275  acres.  Dated this 2l������'. dV of Apr!1. 1908.  G.  F. EDWA;RI>3.  NOTICK is hereby givon that, 30  days after dato, I intond to apply to  tho Hon. Chief Commisslonor of  I^and8 nnd Works for a liconco to  prospoct for coal and petroleum on  tho following described lands; Commencing at a post planted on tho  i;o������cn at tho north-east corner of tho  Indian Roaurvo in Comox Harbour,  known us Huction <\, Comox District,  being an Indiun Rosoryo, containing  ISi} iicros,  Dutedthis2l" n,\o p>H, 1������.N,  C. G. UiiRNARD.  I:Cumberland Livery f  ::and Feed Stable...  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS ; OF : ALL  KINDS   ! wood  and Coal  Hauled  Dunsmuir Avcuue  CUMBKRLA? D   B. 0  >|"|ii|������|"|������|ii|i|i|ii|ii|������|<i|ii|m|i,|ii|i|ii|������|h|ii|i  VANqOUViiR-NANAIMO-COSJ   X  .     Ui'JJLOi'I:/  "S. "S. Guaon City" (O.P.B.)  Leave V������ucnnv������-r, SnuiLy, 7 pu������     A������  i tytn ^t N������uuiuio, guiid������>, 11 i>,iti.  ,   L������vV"- N������n������iiuo Muud������y, 3 a. ui,   Ar-  ilvet i������t Uni.D, ������������������-.oud������y, II a. m.    Arrive  ���������t Ccmoi, Mts. da>, 1 p. ui.  Leave C^nioi, Muoday, 7 p.m.   Artlvo  ���������it^Uuiuu.-3iA^������y^AWju.d  ���������.'_'.'���������  Ln^e Union, Tuc������u������>, 5 ������. m.   Arrive  .   Kj%������iuu>, lV.������da\,.Ht 11.30a. ui.   v".  In ������,ve������, N'tiamio, Tuesday,  ������t  1  p. at.  Arrive at V'anueuvor/ fu������������<Jay, at ft y.ia.  C������lliuK at Wiy Porta vthuu fisighi ������i.<|  pawui er t-fier,  TIMB TABLE  EFFKCT1VE  October   U\, 1907  NOTM'K Is horoti- given tba* ������0  dnys after date wn intond to apply to  slonor of l^aiidH nnd Works tor u liconco to prospoct for coal and petroleum undor tho foroshoru and   undor  !*>'!��������� V.VA  t!:.,  1."  1 Comox Dlsirlcl, rloserlhiwl as follows  _ j t'ommenctntf ������t n imst plnntod near  '<"'H"|"H"|"i"l"H"|'i'i 1'|"|n|.Ji|.|i^, ��������� tho sonth-oast   corner of tho Indiun  .UI.bll.ii iu    mm-mimmm.~~mm~m        "'""���������*'"���������        fomOt      Harl'OUr'       thl'llC '  mr*"*~y" .in. jjji        "��������� jwnst Ml chains; thmicn north   about  Notice i* hvr.'by ������:��������������������������� ihit 8o dayi ao rhalns; thonco nnstorly following  Not loo ia bernby then (bit to days  Nftor data I Intend to apply, to the  iUmortrblo ChK'f Commissioner of  Lands nnd Works for a lUsneo Ho  prosneoi for ooil and pstrolsam und  or tbo following Unds;*  No.i~Wou������miuciug at a poai nara*  ed south-east oorutr of eklm No. I,  placed about 10 chains wtot from tbo  wuth-oast cornsr of Section 82, Dou������  NORTH H('UND~-I o.d  I i ��������������������������� n  I'huaengor   i ruii.a  Daily  faud.r  Statiotis.  Nu. 1  w <<1.  S������t.  No, S  VMorla,  Di. fl no  D    15 otf  KuimiIs,  9 o<  .o <4  Shawulgiin,  10  7  IIS.It  ������������������  10.22  10 tl  Onbbl- Rill,  10.40  16 30  Cowieban,  10,48  18 41  K������kii!ah,  10/13  1017  Dnnean'n,  11,00  10&8  Hom.ooc,  11,07  17 10  Wsinhclwe,  11,18  17.88  Ohsmaiuus,  11 :<2  17 86  Lady-miih,  JI.C7  I7,f.i  Soulh Willii������|tcn,  18.18  18,19  Nanainio,  13,:<o  18.30  vVtlliuijtos,  Ar 12,S3  Ar 18 41  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up  No.S  No, 4  Victoria,  Ar, V2.U6  18 66  Ruo.ls,  l������.02  lh 61  8hawuigin,  10 61  17 'ii  M  '.U,4B  17 W  CohbU Hill,  10,40  IT.'Ji  ('���������alcliao,  10.15  17.08  Kok.ilab,  10 06  17,08  Dussan's,  10 09  10.68  fiow.noi,  V 47  10.48  Wtiibolnt,  9,������7  I0.SS  Cksmainui,  W.ifl  10.811  Lidytulih,  D������, 0,00  I)i. 16.18  ���������i  Ar, IM  Ar. 1548  Bonth WtlliBgioo,  8,38  I6.V7  Nanaimo,  8.18  16,16  W.lllojUo,  Di. 8.00  D. 15,00  Thouund Mile ������nd Camntaiaflon Tic  kcti on sale, good oVei rail and ittsn.ef  lines, at two and one-half ceni* per mile,  Special trains and steamers for Ricur.  lions, and reduced ntei for parties mny  be arranged foi on application to tbe  Hiit I'asi. Agent at Victoria,  The Company rtierm the right to  (.liange without previous notice, steamers  uiliny dates and Imuri of tailing,  Kxcunion Tickets on Sale frum and to  ill Sutidns, good lor going jmirney Sat*  urday and Sunday, returning not later  ban Mnndav.  J, W. TROUT'. Oim. R������v, H.r. Oaas������ flar.  U. L. COURTNKY, DUt M. klm. Ag.  Notlsa la hor by givon that 8o daya  tin*' ,\l*n<r  J.W.UINt'i, RHQ���������  M. A.,  OXFORD.  AsaKted by tnr������e (Irsdustas of ths K.eof.  nuea u,.,������*i������u w. ui wr������������v avtutu aui C'at.>  ad4, __  Metior*,* iumi lor IniMd.rs.  I'r������. i-rty ������'���������"������������������ ������%* <*< If ������ aata* with *\>ktw-  Ullt.liwi b.<I.Hn,   a������;.r������i\������ ne H l|.  gr.,ihi ������ syi.i aiiuin.     C>td4t aurps eigtn ���������  ��������� ..  Al'.LV tU UKAU UAbluB.  ttUei a^w i luitua wu appiy  iu u������v  ,,|lt(V, ,lf uniunoncfiiioiit;     contuinmg  Jlonoii������ble  Chi������f  OumraiiMiiou. r     of iiboot    WQ    nenm, known ail Claim  i No   7  Lunds and Worn* for n lieouos to'    ,'     ,���������,-,.,      . .    ., <nna  . i    1'n'B.I tlil* 3lst d/iy of April, 100*.  pnwpoot lor eo I and pHroUutn uud vAVCOWBlt    COAL   ntOHI'KOT-  ar (bo following Undai*  No, ii-Cauimuiiorog frjut a poet pUe  the HlniKm'ltioH of tho Mhore lino   to  ������������������ latlaud ruimlng west 80 chains,  at��������� rtate f ,ntlind tft nppiT to the  INO (JOMPAVV. T.nttr^n,  IS. IIodgHon, Agont  ibenee nmh ������J ohims, tbioc* eaai Ml  chains, tbenea aontb 80 ebalua    to  tbe point of eommeneaneut,  04led this 82ad day of Fobruary,'08!  IIAKRV  HeOLLBiiY,  II Oil 8TEWAUT, Agont  ed at norrtb-wa-et  eorner of BhoL     K<mvK  {n h���������re���������., ������������������,,;��������� lhM   ������������������  ion 32, Dcnnuxn   lil u1 running cum '*!<��������� y;������ nfti-r 'I������U> w Infi-id to ,ipi������'v f���������������  40 chains, n,>r:h 80 Jtiaiua, west 80,lt'"   ������������������������r������>������l������   the  <'hlof   Commi--  ' slonor of Lands and W.^rks for n ll-  ���������bsios, eouih W ch iw, tbanaa east rpnee to rmnimi !<.r foul and f������*tri>  40 ebains tt ib p������l . of vonteoeuos 11������"ia nrdor tho foreshore and 'ind-r  ju^u^ the water nnd on ������'��������������������������� tunde In Corn-  Dated tbl. JJrvH da/ of febraery.M ,.ornni���������m.:nff at ��������� ,JU)ll ,,,,MlM, al Ul���������  IM.M.KL  BTRWAI.T. smith west    corner nl Ctn'm No. fl;  ���������i,#t������  u*Dm., *   . th<mw nnr������h ahniit 40 rhn1***- tr>������nro  U   Oil  HTRWAIT,  Ag ������i ���������,,,��������� ������������������������,���������! o,-, ,,,, .i,,.,     ,��������� ty,., N|���������,nv,  thetlO' xntHI'i'tty,  iniliMiiirf  u,e SiiiU-  Noilea la her by given that So days  after date 1 intend to apply to tbt' ptaecd about SO ehalns wrst  Honorable Chief Oomralaelonor of  Lsvnde and Works (or a Ueaiioe tt  preapsot for ooil and petroleum uwt  er tbe following UncUi-  No. 1-Ootnmeuelng aX a poet nark  ed sou lb-west corner of Olnla No. t  from  JfoiMr���������bIa  Chief Comnlwion>r     Of  Lauda and Works for a Itaea of   the  foreshore opposite the weal  aide of  Seat ions Ii sod U, Denote* Island.  Dtted this liod dty af F������bruery,'08  HAURY  MeObltiY,  U till arKWAUT, Agent  aouth-esat corner of Beet ion 88 D<>n������  man Island, thenes running raet 80  ehsina, lb n-e north 80 ehiIns, tbmee  west 10 eblns, thn^ couth 80chli������e  to point of eomnnwemettt.  Dtted tbls find day of tebruary,*N  UUQU 8TRWAIIT. 5S  SHE''-NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITJSH  COLUMBIA:  1  di  ly^voMi^l^H.t.tti ttfirmi  mWr.7<it  _!���������.* ,i������yiV* ���������  SIGN OF A GOOD  SKQE STORE.  t^-X-'  *0-������'.  THE !||pign of the Slate," hung in front of  any aSjtoe Store is sure testimony to four  significant fets.  1st���������that store is the most reliable m that  town or it couldn't get the agency for "The  Slater Shoe."  2nd--that it pays its buls^ promptly, in c?.sh  every thirty days, or it couldn't hold "The  Slater Shoe" Agency.  3d���������that it is satisfied with a reasonable  profit on goods or it wouldn't be selling "The Slater Shoe,"  which  is  price-controlled by the Makers.  4th���������that it sincerely intends to give the best value  possible, and to deal "squarely" with its customers every  time, or it wouldn't have signed such a contract as must bs  signed to control "The Slater Shoe."  Whether you buy Slater Shoes or not, a  safe place to trade   is   at the   store  where swings "The  Sign of  the  Slate" ��������� for the four reasons given.  The genuine Stater Shoe has the  slate frame brand  stamped, with the  Makers' price ($4.00  or $5.00) on the lining.  GOOPYEAR  PROCESS  A Fine Line of the  Above   Shoes  For Sale by  SIMON LEjSER  & Co., Limited.  Cumberland,   B. C.  WATSONS  \  ***Mfl*iaftaJMfi*s^^  * *<lirraw,:,i,.  7 PER CENT. PREFERRED STOCK OF THf  British-Canadian Wood Pulp & Paper  Co., Ltd*  Owners of the towns'te of Port Mellon, Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver.     Head Office.  813 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.  We reoently offered for subscript on tke 11 at 100,000 Preference shires of this Corporation, in Blocks of 100 at 11  per share, eaoh 100 shares entitled to a bouua of 25 Shares of Preference Stock; this first issue waa immediately  taken up by th������ sale and guaranteed option.  WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION  The second issue of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Hloeks of 100 at 11.00 per share. E ach 100 share* entitles to a  bonus of 15 shares of Preference Stock  The third end subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to be announced from time to time by the  Board of Directors.  When complete this plant will have a capacity of 180 tons of News Paper, and 270 tons of  all grades of Wrapping Paper per week.  SPECIAL   NOTICE.  This Company reserves the rijjht any or all subscriptions, and further reserves ths right to close the subscrip.  tion list at any tints without notice to the geural public.  la ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue of 100,000 is oversubscribed you wish your  \  application returned, or allowed on the third issue of Preference Stook.     Vo bonus stock allowed after the  i   second issue  The Preferred Stook is entitled to an annual dividend of 7 percent., commencing November 1,1908, but unlimited as to further dividends���������i. e. after 7 per cent, has been paid upon the preferred and,.Common, both stocks  thereafter participate equally.   There is no reason why this Stock should not pay from 80 to 50 per cent, dividends.  We are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 25 miles from Vancouver, on the first unit of.this great plant, which  is to have a weekly capacity of 80,000 lbs. of wrapping paper, and which we hope to have in operation by July 1st,  1908.  Remember, there is no ground floor plan, no inflated values or huge promoters' profits in the enterprise.  Within one year the ttock of this corporation will be selling at a handsome premium���������then it will be too late to  buy.  PAYMENTS.  10 per cent, on application; 15 per cent, on allotment; balance in eight calls of 80 days eaoh.  The public are cordially invited to visit tbe demonstrating plant of the company, 313 Cordova street, and wit-  Dees the manufacturing of wood pulp and paper.  ���������Open-Satu-day-evening-until-9-o'clocks������������������ ���������������������������-*��������� -- ������������������������������������������������������;������������������    ���������'   :���������.  ��������� r ���������   'J DIRECTOES:  SYLVESTER G. FAULKNER, President British Trust Corporation.  W. H. COLLISTER, Manager, Albion Iron  Works, Vauconver, B. C.  J. DUFF. STEWART, Managing Director  Clerk & Stuart, Ltd., Stationery, Vancouver,  B. Cv'  COLT. IT. TRACY, M. C, Soc. C. E., P.  L. S., D. I,,������., Con., Eng., formerly City En-  ������������������ gincvr of VtM������co������v������r.-  -     . v-  FREDK. APPLETON, Managing Director,  M.  R. Smith Co., Victoria.  ALD. W, J. CAVANAGII, Member W. J.  Cavanagh & Co,, Vancouver,  FRED SMITH, member Smith,  Wright &  Davidson, Wholesale   Paper Co., Vancouver  B. C,  H. M. DURRITT, Western Manager Corticelli  Silk Co.,. Vancouver, B. C  J.'c. W. STANLEY, formerly   General Manager, West London P-.oer Mills, London.Eng-  lanrl..:.'  .���������.���������.... . :���������;..' .,;;.j.' .,.,.,   .  EUSTACE H. JEN NS, Barrister, etc.,   Vancouver B. C.  GREELY KOLTS, formerly   General Mana-  ger Pacifu Coast Soda Co.  Address all subscriptions for Stock direct to tho British Columbia Trust Corporation,   corner llobson and Granville Streets, Vancouver, B. 0.        -  P, PHILLIPS HARM  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Conveyancing  Onmherland    B. 0.  When in Cumberland  STAT AT TB2B   VEN DOME.  UK   all OommiioM roi Ovum  Thr Bar ii Sumim with  Best Liquors and Cltfars  j.r. baUFkrmah.  We WANT  a Reliable Local  Salesman....  For Cumberland  and adjoining district  to re resent  Canada's  Greatest  Nurseries.  sao ACRES  Trocs grown on limestone s< i  aro the right trees for British Col*  umbia planting; much hardier tnd  and longor lived than Coast tree*.  Wo have them them the right  size and age.  A permanent situation to right  party. Territory reserved; pay  weekly.   Vitus outfit*  Write for Particulars.  TO THE PUBLIC.  We solicit our subscription to  the CwfBitKUND Nkws, a week  ly journal, published in the city  of Cumberland and having a  substantial circulation through  various parts of Biitish Columbia  This journal will contain in  formation and news concerning  the great Comox agricultural dis  trict, and places of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  tention to tbe fact that we conduct one of the best equipped  jobbing plants on the Island, and  are prepared, at reasonable rates  to do first class printing of every  description, from a lady's^i|J^  ing card, an up.todate menu or***"'  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal stationery a specialty*  Mall    orden    will    receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & CimnniaAND  Publishing Co.  King of (Scotch Whiskies.  Tha HUD-uNt> BAY CO  8ole Aaentsfor 3 v*  Wflfltl'i Mumtiddiili  It www W   sw SlsWWW_,'SW������lJW*W*^SWJJ  JXt Unni jftHb* /ferns**,  Toiies rod lnrlf������r������t������s.Ui������ ������W'  Stone& Wellington,  Fori thill Nurseries,  Licensed by B, C. Government,  TORONTO    - -    ONTARIO  Cwk'i Cotton Root Cmpml  ijwLjtufOfi whtoji wesBSSieasj  hTHslTtjisI  SNAP.  No, io SharplesTubularCream  Separator lor  steam,  also atf  Horse Power Boiler to drive separator, all connections aud trim*  miugs  complete.      Everything  brand new,   regular price  fa to  will sell for 9x75 sjot cash Toiler very useful fyr cotiking.CJoing  out of bushies*  rcaton for above  low price.       R. H. Andkusom  Puue.tu*, B 0. *������Wi ���������i.,Maj^y**>���������., t  ���������"���������v������������v**'  ..AFTER EASTER COMES THE WEDDINGST^  At Stoddart, the  Jewdfcr  You have a Large Stock to Select l������Vj������rt\.  f 6W (?kss, Stating' Silver I  ���������\ ,<-**! ii m,i  n  i  ..are the right goods for wedding gifts..  (5)  I BUTGHBE SHOP. I  T  ^       Where aroyou going?   lam going to|,tbo Comox���������o-oporaiive Mont,    *  Market, where I c������u get a Nice,"Tender, .luicy Itoast of Meat; No Bone,    4  All Meat. -" ' '' ' ' -    ��������� ���������  Comox Co-operative Sptiety, |  X R. Webster, Manager. 2  $ '������������������     ' '���������'- ', -i", . X  ���������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������f ������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������e*^*  Canadian   Home  Circles,  Mr. Pattison.. representing the  Canadian Ifpme Circles, left last  Thursday lor Duncans, B. C.  Mr. Paulson has been  in  Cum.  ������ta-������'W.r>iiWiii������������'itoii������ r^,rMr������)ij'j.-  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the Farm, Gordon, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, at roasou-  able prices.  berk-id and district for  several No  Rorer8' No Scnle> *?<> *������ml  gatiois to damage JStoek.  No windy agents to sacoy yoti.  SSXSXsXsXsroStSGXsXsX!  $ Now that the hard times are on us as well as  % in the east, and as I feel the need of more nioiiey  $ lhan I am getting, I irow  make offer of all   my  ^_ -STOCK OF   Watches, Clocks,  Jewelry,   Cut   Glass  $ Plated and Sterling Silver Goods  Sat from 25 to 56 per cent!   off- for the next 'TEN. "DAYS.  ST. D. McLrEANi Jeweller, Cunibe.-Iund, 6.C ffi  ������������������������-  JJJCAL   ITEMS,  Preparatory work hah commenced    on the new Past Office  site.  Pear in mind the concert and  dance of: the 1. 0. O.K., Monday  April 27th.  Simon   Teiwr ���������* i)o. have it.  vevy attractive Easter window.  FOtt   BM/K���������TUo    lu.nso    <���������.'  Dunsmuir avenue now occupied  as .1 boarding house, apply at this  Oilice.  IN  THE   COUNTY   COURT'  Holden at Cumberland.  ���������;.���������!'���������;.���������������! >T  In the 'matter, of tjje estate of  James; I^eese, deceased. Notice  is hereby given Puasuartt to the  Trustees', and. Executors' Act to  ;to a)1, creditors of the estate to  deliver,; to tbo'viridcrsigiicu before  the 1:5th day of May, 1908. full  'dartlpuiars of daiuis, vcj'iij������d by  statft'tery, declaration, Afier  .such date the administrator will  ���������prr$gc.dt to.distribute,'the' asset  weeks in the interests of the Order and has met   with great suc-  ces, having established two   lodges,   one in Courtenay and   one  in Cumberland, each with a good  membership.    This organization  is a fraternal  insurance ...society,  and admits both ladies and  gentlemen into its circle, both being  able to   assemble  at   the   same  mee'uig.    The rates, in tljis society are very cheap and should be  .the   means of obtaining a   good  membership    in     the'   district.  During his stay here Mr, Pattison gave some very fiue entertain  ���������ments with bis moving   picture  machine in the Cumber,iandHaJl,  Also, Mr. Newiill, who is quite a  good  comedian, entertained  the  audience with his   witty sayings  and comic  songs; and last   but  ���������'   ���������  ������������������<?������������������'.    ������������������<-������������������ "��������� ������������������  'not least the descriptive songs by  Mrs. Newell were quite a treat  and were exceptionally well^rendered.      Mr.   Patiisou   iuleuds  Huydirautaud get trees nnd seeds that  will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Sup pleis.Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc. ,  M. J. HENRY  CirceiilioUges and p������ o. Ad-  drcss���������3010 Westminster Road.  Vehicles, hnplemsnts.  t>9������a������8t98>������0$������������9t>8>8)8>M  Dr. Kerr, Dontjjit \Vifl be found  at lh'1 Wavorly Hotel 'ifarlors during the rest of (his month.'  Mr. P. A. Uichardb'in of tlio Amen  Jloi luit Co, wan in town in tin1,  iiiU'i'cKt of hib huitrfo   lust   week.  Mr*. Pikot, of.iho Cuniliorlainl  ilnit'l, ns about to oi'ool a tmiKiin^  in.jii. ������,������������ iho Cuniliniiiuid Jlail, to  b,: ii,,.U iku an "iu^crpHiii iilid if,  IV'mIhii >nt pi/'Jiio. i.\ K. n������nl<H i������'  the i'iii!iriu!i..ur$ we wibh hoi  u^'eii) liuccens in tliu.vuntiiro.  ���������'    0  .Ciitnborlund preseitted quite 11  iivd n|M>";n:iuce on Saturd.-u  iii.-'it, All tbo incrolianl.s scem-  vi ' W ijiiiir' buiy, nnd the  1    u was much appreciated,  s  according to lavj\ " -A;im1 further  takeu'o'tico thaV^i^.cblii dflc.'1'-1|?.  said 'estate inust be paid Vbrl'h-  with',  Dated this 1st day of April, 190S  P, Phiiaipi's Harrison,  iPost Office Building,Cuiiibe'riaud  '.Solicitor for the executor  'and executi'tx,  paying 'di^djs^ict a visit again  next fal'I-and expects, to add; a  good many more new iireiubers'  to the Canadian Home Circles.  Every Tool  Tar the  Farmer.  ���������>  Prices and  ��������� <}' Quality  guaranteed  Wafworth-RQlstoil Co; Ltd..  H.  S. R0LST0N,   Managing '������irector,  ;       Vancouver, ?��������� C. ���������  See B. -C. ������133151?, Ag.?nt, Cumbcplaftdi B, <*.,  i  I Funeral Direc-|  Itor   and  Em-|  ; balmer     |  House-KaisiJig:���������a������id-Re-ft.  nfe!������viii5r" i:   Foundations5  Carefully Attended to.  Cnniberlaud,  b:c  -o--  : YK.nl SA-'R���������Two nice ranches, 120 and ixff) n^res, at Littk  River. ; lf<.ir particiilarp ajij>ly to  Ai'derton P������r<.>ti.,:CoftJioXj    :..    '  '. At n; biiHiant, ;iAt Home1'  ;������4yeu by a society yv^ifjau.a^iaii-  ist o'[ world wide redittation was  asked, to perform When he had  fini.sbed.'ita lady's young.daughter was iuivAii to sit d^.\yu and  play iter new piece, "ftbw; tell  me Herr���������," said the fussy moth-  'tb the great ariist, what do yon  think of my daughter's" execution?'' "Madam,'' he replied deliberately," 1 think it would be  a capital idea,  NOTICE,  All Those Who Cpnteaj^te Taking  International,   CorrespancJence  School  ���������������ufse  MaiNi>*i0UMIiasUJSSMSM*SBSSB4SS*IMtflMMS#S*IW  $'liouiar Write Mr- James P. McMillan, Box 2&t,  DiftticL Office, Nanaimo. All Communications,  Promptly anwered.  Mf. McMillan comes t<  Cun bc-lar-l c 'e<-v f \-  Weeks and stays at Union .' " 1.    There aie uow    .  over wo Stndents.in this.Distiict.  i.iij���������wis���������1 ���������������������������i^i> 1   1 mr   irm> urisi��������� s^sr���������snsss���������slissssis<iTr>stV urtu *'%*>������������������ iwnrs���������swss sssssss���������ssmssssmstsmsmsmss���������rrssi  I     THE ROYAL BANK Of CAfcADA.      J  " c xm i' vi,rSfj,s)uo,oiJO~  h>w  ^.SWl.Ofio   1 AfeSET!  1)kp sjis, *;->;)t70'j,ou0       I  J-ii***    t - J'  Ratks.  ty}nr,d under  IN  THE   COUNTY COURT  OF. NAN AT MO."  Holdeu at Cumberland,  iJh'u- ii large uutnber took ad-  v .nlu^e of the ine train on lust  ^unrd.ty t������v n.ng  Piisi'M'.s are out iutveitif.ing the  '.���������uut'ur nnd dance to he givn by  Union l.udjif, N'o,   ir.  I.O.O.I*.  "i'/il  S������������t������\������  Jti the matfea of tho estato of  Jung lying Chung, deceased,  Xutice is hercriy'given pursuant  to tite Trustees and KxecutorB*  Act to rll creditors nftho estate  to beliver to the tindcwijjned before the 15th day of Mny, 190S,  full particulars' of claims, verified  by slatn'toip'h't.htrfttiw, After  audi such date the administrator  will pvooeM to distribiite the asset* ac^o^'pW.'W irtg, And further take, notice that all (h'ty-;  <*.!*.������ Ibn 'W'd <":!������������ f iniist bp n.ifd  lorllhvi.h.  Doipd :|ij;;, v^t ������'i������y, otVAprilx^  .'  P. Pmi.'uii'S nX'iusU.o'Nj  Post (bltcf Uiildiiij������,Ciiinl)iM'iand,  Solicitor lot iha Administrator.")  A Court of Revision to heat  appeals against Assessment Roll  of-the City of Oumbei;land, .for  the year 1,908, will be Vld in. the  City      Couiiflil     Cbnmhern,     on  Monday, May nth, 1908 at 7.30  P.M. All, persous desiring to  appeal against assessments are  required to give written notice to  the'City.Clerk at let'st ten days  before aiiove date stating ground'  of complaint.  A, McKinnon,  City Clerk  3 Coiite  i!itf*ikl      lO'Yi'li  \>^r fSSU^bi^jl oxoefJii   850      15 Cents  TheBO '-Money Orders are pnyuble -Vithuut t>������8T iu uuy   Chart red  Ennk in Cmiadu. .,_  liiteiv-Ht Adde.d l?oUT''T������iTea'a V������o*������: ijj Savings J>atik.  jsa.il 1 imsiw  iiisiiiiiswislsiswwff-i T  To 1 -a^.-m...}.^���������ii..-    *j_i o.yi ,  %~ ���������������������������v'""'"' A BNg^HERBY/^^^  i.V.U  ���������JS  * ������������������������   v,       ^   ,, Riding on IocouioUvob and   rail  I OSTTNcav Conneitay, quo m of ^  TJnion r  unibrclla in cover.     Finder will |fV%, ���������,. u��������� ......  v,������������^���������    ,������  ,.^���������  ��������� -'������������������������   , !''V.' ''  i>*>'  ���������wr  The Bpleudid Slerclrity., ������U-  ., <Co1yr,'I|i,y..   Wd^ht, lhTi).)'  See   PoBlerp, lor 'Route to "b'tyin,  APKIIv'Snl, LrJ08,  Bi-CiiAwi'ORU, Courtenay.  Term***   '4^5 '������*������������������������������������������������n^p,  '"    v.'l-n-^-9i "���������yw.."1.-?"������������������;,���������   please retuiu to T,F. Hudson or  to Comox Hakery, Comox,  m Wy-Mm    IMW'IIW  Inspector    Dick   arvivud by  Friday's train,  WANTKD-To lure for June  and July Durham Hull, Statu  terms, John JLCulifht. Point  UoIihob Comox,  ���������Sew thoso stenciled main, only  70<\ each. Now Htocl< of linoleums arrivod to-day si,tho ftinii--  tUP' ������tore. -���������!. U. Collins.  iM'inuav. /������piii 47 .  The ii',t rcgidiii'niu'ting of  the  Ct.i..!".,,uiul ><i:iiuu| ilo.ii'd will \m  held ��������� 11 "Tlmr'iday April   iilird at r^"'- '"'������������������  Nanaimo soth.���������What was  clcn'Tj a case ofdeHbf.r.itr suicide  occurred lux)  nigh* oh  istenmer  o.  eoii'.'irf.'r, to be givtW ������i>   Oumtwr;  ;lai>V'^i-!'i (,M, 7Mfr''   A7^1-     ^  good p<o^ttuuii-y iu being ^re.pmr-  1OM1  JiiJJj JJ,-ilh|';- riJtlni; fhftmvn  agrtiu.  Company by any person   jr  iitir  sons ���������oxoopt rain or������w���������i*J strictly  prohibited.    Employees  we sub  Ice to diumisaal for allo^' *% sara ���������  By order  Kjunois 0. Littik  Mauagar,  Otiosts at Port Augusta Hotel.  Mr. 8. T. Duncan of Shetland, is  staying hero, having left Shetland  last October, for tho purpose of  visiting bin son aud daughter.  Mi'.tl.S.I)uueun,.liiB'diily sou, holds  11 rcspntisidlo position in tlio Tread-  well Milling Co. of Tread well  Alaska,  ���������Major Gardner Johnson and wife  Mr. Win, Murray and wife and  Mini*, Murray, of Vancouver,  arrived in an unlonioliiln ami took  ii;fri!hlinii'.iiU at the   Port Angus1.  K.AIDA  Merchant:  LA.WES' TAJLOK-MADK (JOSTUMfclS A ^PKOJ A.l/1't  IWITS CHflDB TO   O^DBR AND  IN RNV STYbB YOU ttJISli "v  PERFECT FIT GUARAl^KED.  Pri<?������3s Fri>m $20 to $4.0.  *t*. -V ������W ������^insWWMIMsjsjsMsj ���������pjsjniMssMMsMM4|SJBMflH^  C U'M HBRLAN D,        .      .        Ii. C.  ��������� ,. I ,,ii  ������l,,.!,.   1  ii'nii'������i',ii������i:  lim it u,iI ho:n,  price.  (Jlliec,  Vniu'oiivcr whfr. n tftau jumped  overboard, in jvescjioe of sevtrai  .���������: P.UNTIS inn favor, ^^^^.^'-'-"'f "*������������P;  jivd ,'iu.l a r)oul lowered  ln.it  no  "~~ ttacv nfliitn ���������';is' i'. itonl. 'IVn  A  v.r.y prieM. Wlw once vWlingj l|||n|I|M ;if|rr n vo,w ^ he>r|, j ])mU  ,^i..'''.-"^--!!'",1"!,!",,' .<M!,1,!1"i������i"gr..r b-lp. buthecMMrtliot  WANTED- Gent's second  coaster   brake prtffu-rrcd.    S������������t**  j.-^wy.  A'Mress,    Riffle,    this  The folFowiug k'U bv Saturday si  >k   !0,'|  to    M'tJ hu    (..lldoill   iibimJ j  i>,,n). ������������������ * i *'   ������������������,   Mii>! ili������. inillion-  ��������� P0""* t0 h  ,A!W "m"r" 1 st.ppo.ed in beCharhs Best.  I'h  ii").  11 i.i% *.   tlic  NJ, H  table iiircwl  *r������������ my i>i'������t  U.h  wit.  be  located  o.t   account   of the  darkness.   Tliciiiisiing man was  i������'.t.������i ������t <Imi l������nivev,   i'ui  ^:*i ym dun'tem tltem!''  Call and anliserilwfor I tie Cunt  M������**rs Cl'i.k. Allen, tkiimer  H. Hud ' h, . ,i i P. Stewart; anl������  ;ho Mis-i- i' >: 11 cud (torwith-  mi.  Mr. Haiii><  of III,'  j. in town  J:VI,prtfl  "tore,   formerly  Wiivrrtv   H������.'.'l  Vancouver April zx st, An   In-;  dirin from Smittr Inlet, charged  with nun(fc-'roi in* uunwi, uuiin^  a row la,-������J, NovJin'oer, was  brought to Vancouver last night from  Noj-ih, According to evidence in  hand* of police the alleged iijur-  (bier,  a  yoiu'n <-i. tv^������.-niy   oiu  h:vd iMvim-lled with' fathfr, while!  botji vwrM on n sjiivc. TJie fitht j !  '*ts <Kt"1, waf lying down in the  <r*biu when his son went jit and j  started beating blm wi'li  but oi  ui'k, it u eU.v%,vd������th:'*-������-  -i   rf-'  of bf iiing, tb������������ man died in a few  ''������������������4>.s alii'sw.i,dn.  YOU ire to spend a lifetime wtih your pltno.  *   Choose It wisely ind with caution.   If you vmt  ������ pltno the character of which cannot be brought" into  question, then choose a  & Co. Piano  fMnHr������ *y Ve Olile  I'llMtlC Of    J  llalntsmmv it, Co., Ltd.)  " "���������"<?  ..."  Behind it staods half a century of experience wd the  codorwmetit of the world's ireateot,  musicians.  * *  ���������"I h������d4x������4������!������k���������A.jtoo't.A p|������nb>WMtsiff������|^si������tttr������d  in Can*d������."   Frlldfwlm.  x or ^i& by M. W. Waktt 6oC6.Ld,  VMM1. ������W!?XVP, \ar,  W\1 W.111..\ XM Hlf.Wl'ir

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