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 1/  *^e/^r������������������'ij  THE  ERLAND  ���������A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox.District.  The*News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B; C,   TUESDAY,   APRIL   a8,   1908.  SCBSCRlPTX-QN.|2/00 A Y������AR,  ������S������MiM������9M  At The BIG STORE  ���������FOR���������  J Easter:: Clothing;  0  "What a difference a few clothes make."  Put on one of o,ur NEW SPRING I  SUITS- and s������e the difference it makes|  in your appearance. Honestly, we never j  $ saw so much suit elegance for $10, $12., ������  * $15, $ 18 and up to. $25, as we are show-������  in or this season. @  c/lsk for Sovereign ftrandl  t������ ��������� m " -  S The Largest Stock of Shoes in the Bis-  | triet.   Agt's f or Slater's & All America  SvShoea-    ..,. . ���������'     ^',... -���������-������������������*.   ������      '      '  ISimon Leiser & Co. Ltd.  Cum berland,  ���������ceeeettfts-teeeeeeeew  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES,  Various styles and sizes  Groceries ^S^^T^: Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods-  CAMPBELL BROS.,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Now is The T\n\zr  mi Work ma,'e NEW  by  ^  \  THE CUMBERLAND, PAINT WORKS  Home Painting,   Paper Hanging,   -Sign Writing   and  BUGGY   PAINTING,   a  Specialty..  Best  of Material   and: Workmansnip.  WORKS, C0U11TENA Y, B.;0. jiext Mcriiee's, Store.  "HERAPER^ud PARKINSON,   Proprietors;  ^^|^S9_______S3j|  'I  *-     if  1/    1WS%^'  Ur-^  ;>  2!^  Mr, T. T/eemmi is the winner  of the. Dinner Set.:  T.   E,   Bate  r  flleiieod'sJieux Stoi*e������  We are getting nicely settled in  our new premises and have put in a  fine line of  Iti Hats,  fin Clothing,  In Boots*Shoes  1  J N. HcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  edian, which were supplied by  Wm Potter for the evening; the  concert was quite "a - sussess aud  also the dance, and we regret to  .say_i,hat_o.wing__to_uot-_has'ing,  sufficient space in this issue we1  are unable to give a lengthy account of the entertainment,  Vaucou'ver. April 27th,��������� Rob-  ettuoti & Ilackett's sash and door  factory was destroyed by fire tonight loss $70,000 Insurance 80,-  000  the Magnet Cash Store leads them all.  -<> Megnct Cash Store <>  '****.  ,2im  .c^intiSGMH-HB'  J. N, McLcoJl is tho winner of  the Fancy Heater,  "       T,   E,   Bate"  The Oddfellows Lodge turned  9RLlp.fi.hodyjyd attended Diyine  Worship at Holy Trinity Church,  011 last Sunday" Evening... They  wore escorted'by tho City  Uaiu3,  Xhe.Cumberland Livery Stable  havorodnccd tlieir prices for buggies and coal hauling,   -  Vancouver B. C.-April 27fl������.���������  Football game played here today  for People's Shield, between Calgary Caledonians and Thistles of  J_Aucojitteti.fl������ia-aftei!noon-reBulteI-  in a draw score being 1 to 1 gam*  will be played over .again on Tuos  day next week.  .'���������"     :      *   >   Ladysmith B. C. April 27th���������  Crawford Thompson met- serioiit  accident in mine at Extension oa.  Wednesday night us result ot fall  ���������of cod. He was badly injured ia  -chest and''body.  -  e>~:   Victoria B.������. April 27th.���������Tina  Socialists will run 3. H, Haw-  thorntliwaite for Dominion Ilousti  He will retire from provincial  politic* to contest Nanaimo at  ivejct Federal Election.  w���������������������������*"  We are now showing a complete range of new   ���������  .  Spring..  at prices thai wM! please you.  VVe are able to offer splendid values at $\  per pair���������the same as cut���������made of good  strong Drab Coutille with suspenders attached, sizes from 18 to 26 Place your  order for a pair before sir.es arc broken.  J. McPHEE & SONS  DiiiiMiiitir Avenue Cumberland, B. C,  V.all'oy 'Motea  Mr. Jolin Mulu'ime is on the  sick list and is unable to attend to  llllHillUHH.  ,1M ��������� 1,0 1   1   mu  Minn Mel'lieo and Miss Mc-  Kunssio started out for a mornings  walk and before they know whore  they wero they found themselves  in Cumberland.  Sidd6.ll,   The Tailor,  Him opened Hiioiuess in McLeod's Store. r  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������WW ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#������������������������������������������������������  The hues ki'uii) to think tlio c*,ld  weather Ib lumping on too long I'* r  thum so they ure swarming in April  pretty early.  Urfjuhftrl lb-other* nn* putting  in their now hoihu* and ox poet, t"  du  11 hirge bushier thi* siiiiiiiie-*-.  think seriously of the picnic soa-  soji. We noticed whilst at Courtenay several pleasure seekers,  two ladies actually walked out  from Cumberland to thii district  and enjoy, d tho walk immenaly,  Thuiigh somewhat fatigued, Mr.  S. Plerey, with whoso family thoy  t'*������k iiftorm on tea, gave thorn a  lifi home, which tlioy appreciated  very uiuch. Fovtral of our angling I'riondfl were out this way.  'Uga said ho had a big catch.  Ur*. ���������). MchcniiOi of Field is  visiting hor parent* Mr. and Mrs.  Alex Ui'ipihiirt.  Mrs. McLoiiiien of Vancoiivei*  in stopping a few days with Mrs.  Walter   Mul'iiou.  Mr. Neal I'"Hock is  f Mr.   Wii'V,..  ���������;j' ,-j) hi* !,'.*l"')'!j  ���������,������');,������  3.1 .'4  illitig the  ,      V,.V'*l*r  Automobile* Hie Incoming very  ooinmon 011 our valley roads,.  A pni'ty of men passed through  the valley la>t iveok taking view*  ol differentplace* and th*y ehiiin  they are going to write a hook ou  the valley'-, pof-sibilltes and elmrm-  iu for the privilege of rending  ahuiit uur "\vii dh-frtct. I think  wo should charge them for coming  here to ������ee om  l>eiiiiii'iil valley.  Mr. HrUtow ha*- Wonn* hnid  lotuler at the Link' I'i ior l**ggh.g  ehtnp.  Rhdiard   l*low������  I*    <������,wtin������'  n  dwi'lllnrr    hnn������t������   *"*1\   Wall    Sti'f'ft  I'XtL'llhi'll).  WANTUD-A givlto do gen-  ������������������rnl h,'ii<������'* work*, nonlv to Mrs. li.  Cimut, Cuinbei'land. II. 0.  ODDFKLLOWS'    CONCKRT  The (id*llellowj������ eelcbrated  ihuii I'ojih Annivui.i.viy hy giving n concert ar.d dance in the  Cumberland Hall, on Monday  evening The attendance was  \*imm\ wnd neatly all \\u*so wh*������  Uxdt part tn the ptt^iamttic- re~  ���������?;'"-,U'i.,d to uu cucue     ')'"���������' ."���������t1'-*  Obituary.  Died at Union, Apjjil 23rd Car-  resa, infant daughtqr%f G.Firoui  She was buried ou Saturday morning from the Koumn Catholic  CluiTchiRev.II.MetteusolUeiated  with High Mass, A large attend  ance of friends were present. The  clergynum delivered a beautiful  address at the grave. Mr, aud  Mrs, Pironi have the sympathy  of the community and they wish  to thank the friends who so kindly scut flowers and sympathizi d  with them in their bereavement.     0 ���������  WKD  Dr. Dixon, retired Surgeon of  the British Army, died yesterday  at his home on Denman Island^  Deceased left a wife and family  to mourn hia loss. Dr, Dixon was  popular amongst Victoria sports-  men.   He was 74 years of age  ��������� in���������11 ��������� o "��������� ���������'.'���������"   "  LACK  OK 1NTKRKST.  Mny or Willard has twice called a public  meting of the cit-  ������/.U|*    lu    COU-NUU   the    IMViiig 01  nut ii.ivuiu a 44U1 of May ceic-  lira tion and has faded each time  The at'endance being yery inoa-  ger, not more than half a dozen  attending each meeting, flense  don't howl if we are without one,  as it is only by the combined elf-  oits of the citcxens that a celebration can be made a success.  Atlanta, Ga, April -37-~  A tornado swept over this see*  tion of country today and  cause!'���������  many deaths.    First   report indicated four fifths of victims wore  negroes but later reports show in  creasing number of   whites.   It  iniw seems total deaths of   whiles  will number 75.    Number of injured may rwich 900.  Tlw tornado lasted 12 hours after  striking town   before   day-light  Friday until mid afternoon,  AUIIALLKNUE.  A ui 110 composed entir *ly of IL  Grant & Co's, employ* o*** are am-  ious to meot either tho Clerks Professionals or Merchants in a  friendly game of base ball, '  |f. Hamsay nmiuigor and secretary.  ������������������     M    ' '"���������  An   AiouiTitoTS   Goon   Stouv.  VOlAOl'.   COVllT  \{mx vs. Di������ll������������ -After tht* hear-  ini{ ������������f Ih������1|������ hidi*-. in tl������M e**o the  Mtuuo wn* M*ijonnie>i  tr|,i������i, {*,"]*"  *    :,r-  lo  y*H  in.1.  ',���������",( ���������������?!? b"'}<*lh<������r*������>'  ei.tl fi-attitreuf t '������* eveiiimj wrejilr.!'. V. H.irriwui ������pp**ai*iiig f������,  The  U-iiitiful   wtullu'i'  we kn-Uhc   [ h mogii, ,1    *Lv.i������-ns   of|t!���������-pro������Wefi*,n. Mr. I*;. M,   Var  enjoyng i*4 lempting tlw fulk������ to j Many Lauder, the t-euteii coin -j������������������ Hor the ovUm*.  Mr. Ernest Runiz, ih������ wt'U  known architect, who de-*igiiod H*  Gaiety lU'Staurant and many oih^  er prominent honduu biiiliiiiius,  told an interest ing story during  his lecture 011 ancient ami modem  lo-itelriws at the Auctioneers' In-  utituto the other night. It wan  about n buildw who**'inn a prospective buyer orer n iemi.d*.'tach-  od villa. There was wino talk  nh nit the dining room walU, ao  1I10 builder sent his loroinaii into  th������ next villa, nnd the following  eo!ivi������r*������tioii took place: / HiiilHer"  ��������� Aro yon them, Hill I* Koreunin:  ,Yusa, guv*uur,' Utiiliinr: 't'au  you hint* uur I*\ir������'io*ii; Vuii^  guv'nor.' Huilder: Can jrou ������e������*  moT Formnaii: *NV guv'nor,*  Builder (to client): -Tiiwr������*'i *<*1U  iorymij', ���������Wtntlii������M������������u*r tinxoiia,  let y>ur Job IVinting  io.ic at the Ncwi. _������3:  Tim  NEWS. CUMBBRJ^m BUITISB  COLUMBIA.  The CuintoJand Mews  Issued I?very  Tuesday by the  Comox   6fe   Cumberland  Publishing Company.  TUESDAY, APRIL 38, 1908.  K-OTICE.  ���������     O  .1 1   *m ��������� 1.11 K , ,Jt ,u L vfneiiw-  ���������aiiut*���������m w uawwijiiim ���������**���������  Onion  SA-^4IXrB3U   c  ���������  Hotel  ^^PJRJtET,  English 4 z BURTON always oa tap alt'o, th������ famous MILWAUKEE  KEEKS���������Anheneer, Bubemian, SohliU, &o. '���������'OLD GREY BE_.RO"  8C0TCH WHISKV. Beat Winea and Liquors of all kind*.  Tha Boarding and Lodging Department, under tlio immediate Bupcrtnteadenoe of Mr*  D>vis, will be tound First class iu every respect.  SATIS,  $1 00 per day upwards.  Xotice is  hereby  given  that the  City road tax is now due and pay-  ���������al,le to.either const-able Wilson or  tu* City Clerk.   The City  Clerk  will be at the City Hall   on Monday evenings April 20, from seven,  to eight P.M. to receive same, or  1 nay be  found  at   the  Furniture  Biore at any time during business  hours.     Constable   Wilson    Avill  lveive  same at any  time during  p.iy-day, all parties   not   property  holders between the ages of twenty  one  and  fifty years   residing  within municipality neglecting to  ��������� or'refusing to  pay  same will  be  prosecuted forthwith as   provided  by the statutes of British Columbia. By order of the City Council.  A.  McIvinnon,  City Clerk.  application For Liquor  Licence. ^  I, John H. Piket, of the District of Comox hereby apply to  the Superintendent of Provincial  ^oKcF'foriTSlTE^l"isf~atr"h"otel"  licence to sell intoxicating liquors under the provisions of th*.'  Statutes in that behalf, in the  ���������premises kuown and described as  the Spring Iiin,P sit' ated on Coniox Road, to commence oij the  ist ckv of July, 1908.     My post  ...ojfice address is Cumberland, B.  C. The name and address of  t'te owner of *.tlje premises proposed to be liceijsed to be licensed is John H. Pikkt  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  Try U������for  Linoleuins, Wall Paper, Mattiug, jRiankets, Blinds,  Comforters^'Curtains, Bedroom Suites, Morris Chairs  Extennion Tables and all kinds of Furniture.  Ten percent Discount for Cash for balance of month.  J. HrCOLLINS,        Cumberland.  NOTICE is hereby giventhat, 30  days after date w������ intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief OoinmiB-  sionor ol L.ands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foroshoro and under  the wator and upon the lands known  ns White Bluff Reserve, Comox District described as follows : N Com-  moncinp* at a post planted about 20  chains oast from the wost end of  (iooso Spit, in Combx Harbour ;  thonce north 8Q chains; thenco caul  80 chains; thence south 80 chains ;  thence wost 80 chains to place of  commencement; containing about  0-10 acres, known as Claim No. 1.  Dated th i������ 21 st day of April, 1908.  VANCOUVER     gOAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY LTMITKD.  (2. F. Edwards, Agent.;  osities of the shor.e Jine to the plate  of coiujnencement. soetata-ing ahout  90 acres, known as Chum,No., 8."...  Dated thw 21st dHy ot April, 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agent.  tepifflalt 4 Nanaimo ly  BEEU  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80;  dnys nfter dato we intend to apply to  the Honorablo tho ���������Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a li-  ccneo to prospect. for coal and petroleum undor the foreshore and under  the water and on tho lands known as  White Ttlnff Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  a post planted at the south-west  corner of Claim No. 1; thenco west  80 chains; thence north about 66  chains to shore line; thence easterly  following the sinuosities of the shore  line to the. north-wost boundary of  Claim No. 1; thence south about 55  chains to place of commencement;  containing about 500 acres, and  known as Claim No. 2,  Dn ed thi������ 21st day of April 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECT  ING  COMPANY, LIMITED.  E. Hodgspn, Agent.  NOTIOE is hereby given thn* 80  the' Honorable the Chief Commis-  tho 'Honorable the Chief Commifl-  cerice to prosi^ctlrbFcoar'ahd "petroleum under the foreshore nnd under  tho water and on tho lands  in t������'on������ox. District, described  as follows -,' Commencing at" a  post planted at. the south-west corner of Claim No. 6; tnence east 80  chains; thence south about fifr chains  to shore line; in N������laon District;  thence westerly' following the sinuosities of tV������ shore to placo of com-  moncejaent, containing about 260  acres, known as Claim No. 9, Comox Harhour.  Dated this 21st day at A-peH, I-308-*  VANCOUVER     COAIi   PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED:    '  E, Hodgson, Agent.  Amplication For Lj^uor  LlCKNCU.  I, Samuel. C. Davis, of the  districtof Nelson, here liy apply  to uie Superiuteiidciit of Product il Police for a Renewal of an  H ,tei licence io sell intoxicating  liipiovs under tiie jirovisionof the  ������uitut-8 in tlmtbehnlt in the-pre-  liiise.. known and described as die  'iii-vi Hotel, situnte*! at Union,  ���������to commence ou the ist day of  ���������Inh i<)o8. My post oilicc tul-  ������ less is Cumberland H. O. Tiie  Jl one and address of tiie owuei  oi lu >i*_mi-ie.s propo ed to be  licimou is  Samukj, o. Davis.  f  r  REW  v  ER  -:  Drink   \J. -B, C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo B. C.  When In Coyrtenay Stay  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience foftguests.  The Cential J_ot������l tor Sportsmen  Nonp. but thai Best of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  HATESi REASONABLE  John -Johnston,    Pro.  T>e Hundm  AND-  c  II  o  I  c  E  S  T  iii season at  Vi HUN DEN'S  i1"  (^mmw.mm^.'ammvmmmsiuumma  ^ma^.-ammjcmtmmMaaitma ,���������__���������  5RE JT1HHY B^KIHt} P0WDE98J  '^mnoaaj-  "fPAtXtX*  BUTTHIRCIS  ONLVONC  MBIG Mm POWDER  B.W.QILLETT g?ff,V."S  TORONTO, ONT,  i\|npoccI]i Rros,  BAKEBS  "-fSait j^'^wiKWii-^^  IjHKM), CftK'>s and I'io-* dellve/  od dally to nny pun of City,  KUU"<WJJL_ _ (rwcnw  mr  ���������������**���������"  JOMNMcLJiODS  foil Kll,'������T<'LAHS  (JAN'I)Y, KlU'llTH,  (MdMIS &  TCVttAOGOW  CONTRAClTOR,    '  CUMHKRL.'VND,   B. C,  NCXTIOE is hereby givon that, 80  diij-s ufte.r .date wc intend to apply to  the Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of 'Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and potro*  le'.im under the foroshore and under  the waster and on the lands in  Uomox Harbour, described as follows  Commencing .at a post planted at the  south-east corner of Claim No. 2. on  (loose Spit; thonco south 80 chains:  thence west OS chains to the.shore  line; thence about 25 chains1' north-  wosterly, following tho sinuosities ol  the shore line; thence north 05 chain,'  -thence-east���������.80_cholns__ta_ilia^���������2L  commencement, containing about 636  acres, known as Claim No. 3.  Dated this 21st dtiy of April, 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECT  INCi ���������COMPANY, LilMlTW.  E. Hodgson,, Agont.  NOTICE is ho.-' r-iven that HO  U.ys after date-we intend to > apply to  the Honorable the Chiof Comnu's-  lioner of Lands and,Works for a 11-  ���������once to prospect for ������oal and petro-  oum under the foreshore and 'under  the water and on the lands  in Comox , . District, described  -���������a follows : Commencing   at   a  post -planted- at tho south-west cor-  ler of Claim No. 3. Comox Ifar-  >our, Nelson District; thence east 80  haius; thence south 80 chains;  thenco west 80 chains; thence northerly following the jsihuositi**.*! ������f the  shore line to place of commeneement  containing about 600 acres, known  ���������is Claim No. 10.  Dated this 21at, dny of Aprii, 1008.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY.  LIMITED.  E. Hodgson, Agont.  s. s. "Oityof Nanaimo.'  Sail from yiciona Tuesday, 7 a. m  for  , Nanainio,'   calling ������t Crofton   kuper  and Thetn Islands when| fre.jht   or  passengers after.  Leaves Ifanajnio   Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  for Union bay Comox and way pom  Leaves Comox   Thursday   7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  'Leaves. Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. m, for  Union Bay Comox and  way pons.  Leaves Camox Saturday,   7  a.rh.,  for  Nanaimo and way ports.  S-tils from Nanaimo Saturday, a p.m., for  $|Vi_tom.  VAWOOUVJBB- NAKAIMO - LADY-  SMITH   BOXTTE.  will take Conlr,a,cls to clear land  cut wood, disj- d-itchrs, ��������� or . any  iarga ���������Jou.tract ���������  'V���������*,y*%V i- *'  Pxlnan   *B,fldfl iniibla,     ntld  Satisfaction Guaranteed,  Dominion  Vistonla, 13, C,  The 'Hiiti'imiv Lower thnn othef  first-elnss hotels, vj'ith ^^ouio-  ilation Superior to inuiiy.  Rooms with or without bath,  Anieriomi Phw   tfl.yt>   to ^ii.50.  |)er day.  Ku;'open;i  Pl������n.   IJooms only,  ,51) to 81.50, per dny.  Frew IJjia,  STEPHEN  J0NHS  NOTICE is herebv given that, 30  flays aftor iltite we intend to apply'to  tho Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for. a li-  ceiico to prospect f������r conl and petroleum under the foroshoro and undor  the water and upon tho landi*  in Cflwosc Harbour, and described ns follows: Commencing at n  post planted nt tho south-west corner of Claim No. 1; thonco onst    80  rhn-lnx;        thonpo    Houth    RO      cl-inlnn;  thonco west 80 chains; thenco north  80 chains to placo of commoncomont;  contnlnliiK, 6*10 acres, known ns  Claim   No, -I.  Dated this 21������tday of April, 1008.  VANCOUVER     0O\L   PROSPEOT-  INTfl  C.<>AJ[|>.VNY DJUITICD.  JO.   llodgHou,  Agont,  "STAR' j  Livefy I  Stable I  * 1  I Hayman El Maxwell. +  Pi'H'it'icfor,*.  TKAMSTKKI), nml DKAYMKM'  -. NIJI.K   iin4  DOUIII.K   RK.S  For   HIKK,       ALL   ORDER*  j'ko.mi'tlv .\;tj:nui:i> to;;  NOT!CIO is hereby givon that, 80  (Inys aftor (Into wo intend to npply to  tho Honorablo tlio Chiof Conimls-  HidjiuM- of Lands and Works for a II-  iwit-t* to prospoct for con) and petroleum undor tho foroshoro nnd undor  tlio wntor and on tho lurid known iih  White 1'lnlT Rohui'vo, Comox District,  doscrlbod as follows: Commencing  ut a post pluntod nt tho norlh-onst  eornor of (Jlulin N'o, 1; tiumco oast  80 chuius; thonco south 80 chains!  Uioncu wost 80 chnlns; thonco north  80 t'lmliiH to tlio pliico of cnmnoiu'o-  inont; t'ontiilning 010 ucros, and  known iih Claim No. rt,  Dntoil this Ststdnvot April, 1008.  VANTOCVKU     COAL   PUOHPKCT--  JNO COMPANY, LWTffli  10. llmlKMOil, Ageift.  I t ���������������������������  1     "   T*"    ��������� '   NOTICM'i Ih Jifreliy glvoi) thut, 80  iIii.vh nft'ir ilnta ivo Intond to npply to  Hloiior nf Utiids nml W,i|'U������ for 11 lili coiii'o lo pnmpoct for coal nnd potro-  Iimiiii uniitii* tho fortislioro and uii||or  Iho wittur and on thi, IiiihIh In Com-  ok Dlslrlct, (UiHcclliod as follows:  f'oinmi'iiflng at n post plantoil nt tin,  imi'tli-wost t'orimi' of Olnfin No. a |  thoiii*,* Homh HU chiiliiH! thonco west  80 clialiiH to tlio Hlioi'o lino; thonco  iiorili HO (���������l,itlii������;llH'i)c,* oust ft)' chains  to the shore lino; thonco following  Hi,, *������|iiii���������hIii���������n of iho Hhoro to place  of cniiiiiu������iic,.in,int, coiitnlnliiK about  (i0<l nci'i'H, knouu iih (?ln(iu Vo. ft,  Dittoil thU 31s. dny ot April, IIKIH,  VANCOUVKIt     CO.VL   l'HOHPIOCT-  IStl t'OHl'ASY, LIMITWD,  K. Unil*������Nn-n, Aptont.  ;;8fllSt, CuDJborlaidi:  - r'-oo 1 inis������ stenciled mats, only  75n, (inch.      New stock of lin���������lo-  urns arrived to-day  st the  fund  turn nKiiiv-J. II, Oolliiifl.  fuSW YORK  CLIPPER  IB THI ���������MIATEtiT  VMlMkl������ SHOW PAPER  <ft YHI WORLD.  HMhrYeir.   Single Cow, 10 Ctt,  IWHJKp WK..KU.  aawple Copy Pmi.  yH*SX'!dUHPljr,,C(),(lU),  tiA.-wr* Mil* ^���������lm\mmmie������mm  *��������� *������ ^##.       <" **��������������� etre mr-, i������ae rote  NOTICE   Ih   horob- fflvon thi'l    ������������  dnys nftor (Into wo Intond to npply tie  "Iniuir   nf   I.miiiIh   nnd   WorkH   fop  n   ||.  ronco to pronport for ronl nnd potro-  iuuili ,1,1,(0, da, (oiuhhiiiv nml lunh-i  the wntor and on Iho lunds li'  Comox District, doscrlbod as followc  ('(iimtioni'liiK nl a mmt plnnloil n,"*  lh,* Noiith-MikHt rnrncr of tho Indian  Hi'Mirvi*,     Pnntox    Hnrboiir:    thi'in'i'  VM'hl   ,nl   ClllO,)-),   Illi-Mitu   livillii     .1,'*.,:,'!  Notice In Iwr. by glvm Hut 3o dtyl a" rbnlnn; thonre <MHtt*rl,\' followln������  li'L '.%.���������.!     D    i* ',.i,,. . ,tlin KlrmoHltlo������ of the shorn linn    to  ViUOIi'-'l  I),   t, ,,ft0f d,uu '  1"l,,l<J t0 "''^  l0 Hw'lplrtfti nf i-iiiiiiiiinirvi.iiiiiti     runtalnlHK  I Jlonoi'..b|i,  Ohiif  Ui)iiiini���������*4ioii,<r     of '''','1'1     1ft"    ncros, known im Clali*  No, 7.  Ui���������i*,l thii. U!nt dny nt April, 11(0*1.  VAvrorvi-ju    coat, pmompi-ut-  8. S.  ���������JOAN."  S.iils Irom   Vancouver for  Nanjiiiuo  daily, except Sundays, at   30 p.m.  Sails fr m    \: nan 1.0   for   Van outer'  datl),.t;xc j-. S , ilay   at 7 a.m  NOTICE   is  herebv given that,   8c  days afterdate, I:intend to apply to  l!i������   Honorable   the   -Chiof   Cominis  sionor of Lands and Works for a licence to" prospect', for'coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  the  water and  on  the  lands  in  Co  mox ,1-Inrbour,  Comox District,   dt������  ���������priiTed-srs~fpllo'ws:-���������eommencinK'at-i'.'  pe.it planted at  tho north-west   corner  of  Claim   No.   7;   thence     south  about. (50 chains;, thonco west    about  2") chains; thenco westerly following  the sinuosities of tho shore litio    to  tho mouth pf thia Courtonay ltivor  thonco easterly   following;   tho Binuo-  silies of tfu������ shore lino to   pliico   of  commoncoHiont, containing about 275  acros.  Dated this 21-*t day or April, 1908.  6. F. EDWAJfcDS.  1    ������������������ "*fll"f   " ��������� -' ' ���������  ������������������! ���������>  NOTICV3 is horoby tarivon that, 30  dnys nftor (into, I intond to apply to  tho Ilfin, Citiaf Couimiiisioni'r o,  Lands nud Works for a licence ti  proiipcct for coal and pBtroloum or  tho following tloHcribed lauds; Com  mi'ucim*' nl a post planted on thi  liouch nt tho norlh-onst corner ot thi  Indian Itosono in Comox lhtrbou,'.  known us HiWi'on 1, Comox District  bolng nn Tu-llnn Roaorvo, containinu,  1155 acres.  IJiiledthis2lMl   ayo April, 1908.  0. U. NWKNARD. j  ���������yM"4**hMMlMH'������MMhH*M'*'l''H'**M'  VANCOUVEB-NANAIMO -OOK.X  UNION.  "B. S. Queen City" (O.P.B.)  Leaves Vancouver, Sunday, 7 pm.   Ar  rivea at Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p. n_  LeavM Nanaimo Monday, 3 a.m.   Arrives at Union, Mouday, 11 a. m.    Arrive.j  I*i������j?5,*^Mj?j[������y������_LP-_F1j  Leave Comox, Monday, 7 jj.AmT~������nlvt~"  at Union, Monday, 8 p. m.  Leave Union, Tuesday, 6a.m.   Arrive  ���������t Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 11.30 a, m,  Leaves Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 1 p, m,  A r.ve at Vanoouver, Tuesday, at 5p.m.  Calling at TYav Porta when freight snd  passengers offer,  *i  * Cumberland Livery |  : aad Feed Stable  mm  mmmmmmmMPUm  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor'  ".       'S*1    ��������� ������������������"���������>    ���������  WRS'l1 I CTvASS  HIGH 1 OK ! A My  KIN������S . , . . ,  _-M-_������^l������iaHWIMr__atMHMr_U___Mr^^  wood  and Coal  Hauled  ;; Dunsmuir Avcuiie  "CUM DURBAN I),  B, C  ���������l*,l"l"l'Lt'tf"*l''t'>l"f"f"f''l"l"l'*f''l"l"y-l������t"|,  fOLLEGIATE   SCHOOl {  ��������� ne taui'L-ls,        BtlchurStiOit  I'ati'i'i,  si���������l Vmitur,  TilF I OHO   m-ii-.r  ������>l   fOI.UMJJIA.  ib*,, M., ii*r  J.W, hAlr.it, KMJ,,   M. A,  OX FORI).  A-tNtal liy tetre (J(������Hu������t������n ol tlm Huong*  nifml Uiiiwuitumn ,,r. i llritsiu snJ t'*i,������ i< n 32, I>o:i,i, ���������  Mixtorsit irinis ',-' >>   rn.  Fr- ;*ity notut.aU al fim, ���������������������*������ wtllt s������ia������i.  Lfliidn 11 nd Wurka for n llcoiico ao  prwxpi'Oi for ������o,l .tml p.'trolcum uud  or  ib���������  following   litudi-o  Nu. a-Coumi n.iiu fnm a poat pl.>o  oil at  Horn h-wi'm   florin r of 8*'Cl-  '-Iul running east  40 ehiint, ittr.li h<������  'lull-, weit 80  ehaini, ooi   I* Hit ,.   Ml . iiieDre east  ' W chtlni to ,h   pnl 1 ot    commeitoo  1MJ roMl'ANV, I.IMITIOH,  K,  llodgmin,  Aoi-mt  Notico Is honby given thnt So davi  uftor data f ititi-nd to apply to the  Miliar',bin Ohlof OommUslom-r of  Ijruids nnd Work* for a lloeneo %a  prosnooi for ooii ami pfirolram und  or iho following Inndiij-  Nii.a-Comirioncliig n\ a post roark-  ,'d Mout)i<i*ii������i eoru*T of olalm No. 8.  pbiccd itbjut 20 chains west from tha  ���������fOuth-oitNi earner ol beouon U, Ui-u.  man Inland ruiujln, west DO ohnlns,  (lioitco nirth 89 eh,ii,ie,<h.u(*e east 80  aiming, ihviieu south 80 olmlns to  the point of eomtneueomciit,  Daoii thi* 2Und day of F'brnary/08  UAKHY   MeOLCHKY,  II   till  8IKWAIIT.  Ageill  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Octobw  Ut, 1907  NORTHBOUND-  end  r,.-���������  t,i     taBBoi.gei  Tru.i.a  |j������,ly  Sum* if  Statioua,  No. 1  ' U rit,  K'-v.  Violioria,  Or, li.no  N... tt  V", 15 ,;0  Kuskels,  1) 04  .6 ,14  Sbawuigsn,  10 7  IGA6  11  lo.ya  10.19  Qehbl* HiH,  10.40  16. no  Cowichan,  "10,48  111*11  liukiliuh,  10 6.1  ll>.-(7  Uunowu'e,  11,00  16,f,8  domsuos,  ll.i'7  17 ID  Wet*>holine,  ������.lU-  17.ij  (jheumiiius,  ll ������>J  17 -5  iy������dy->n>Uli,  11 A7  17,f*6  South VVoliiugton,  lli. 18  lb, 10  Napaimo,  lUAdii  lb,bO  W.)lln.tcs,  At 12 M  Ar IH 4������J  SOUTH HOITO-HphiI Up  Vieterla,  Huss'-U,  Nhawnij-iin,  t oblild h,JI,  (Jnwiohm),  Kok'ilah,  Dunoiui's,  ,Soii,������no������(  iVeskholmt,  Uhsnmimn,  Udy smith.  11  Sooth Wtlhnnhn,  Nanaimo,  VVsliipgion,  Ko,S  Ai, 12,������'(5  ll! OU  10 A  ;o,48  10 10  10,1s  10.1������  10(112  0,47  P.H7  9,'it  De, 8.10  Ar, 8,60  H,\!8  8.18  Df.8,00  No, 4  lb. ������5  D>,-1  17 35  17.i,0  17'."-'  17.08  17 OS  10,ii8  1043  )i),*sa  10*22  Vt, Ib.ti  At, IC 48  ItiVl  16,18  Di 18 00  Thouinnd Mile and Comminution Tuv  ken on ������nle, Kood oyoi mil mul ������i������,n���������e-;  'inei, ttt two anil one-half centi per mile,  ���������Special Iraini and iieHmen for Expur.  liom, ami ifdiicerl nie������ for p������niei niiy  lie arranged fo\ on npplicatlon to the  Uim, I'aw. Ayenut Victoriii,  The CoiTi|������Hn������* re������������rv������i tho right to  (���������Innl.', witllout prevmui nniit'e^ieamen  ���������nilinir dR'e������ ������nd homi nf iRlling',  Kicur*ion Ticket! on .Sale from and to  ill Siittinnn, pond lor ������nin_ imirney Sat-  urdiiyiind .Siindny. returning nut laier  hail Monday,  i, W, TRUUF, Geo. Hap, BO, Oout Her,  li. h, CUUKTNKV, Dist Frt, A Uu. Ag.  tens i-hMil bn'MlrHs, eiteneivt reeie*ia> e.anU  |MII - I  U>' ,1   ,   **'   * t.il. I O |',K nru������l,  NOTM'K in li.'fol- i/lvc.i Umt ���������'������!>  iIi'.vm nfti*,'Hull'wc l���������li-d lo ',*i|������!.v t"  thn ffonornltl,* the 4'btet (*<,niin<������-  tdiMHir of l^inda anil W'urkH for n ,1-  fwu'i* ������������, |iriiH|iiK't (or nml uud pulr������-  I,*,'in imilor the fnn-Hlmri' nml under  lh������ waii'i  a,nl i.,i I lie t.o'A'i   1, ���������"'  ted.  AH'l.V TO HEAD MAST, R,  n ,.,i,ii   oj   1  1     .# b L       _.������a  ox    IHntrlrl     ilowrll-wl    na followa  D aetl tli(������ 2iud .lay of p,'br,iary,*0������ r���������mw,Mtnv ���������, ��������� ,���������*������t ,1 >,���������,*,l nt t'-**  xmith mcmi ci r���������������i' of t'lnlin N<.. 'I:  tlitmc,������ norlli al o'tt IO rh,������-n thwic,"  ������*,*l ������,lut'*< -.,", i'lu*lni to thi������ tdmrr-  ihcuci* K������,ill,i>il^, folluwing tin- ainu-  DAVIKI,   HTKWA. f.  U.LH BfKWAl.T,   Aff-tii  Notiee (��������� hiTby given 1h.1t 80 daya  nftor date I intend to appljr to tbo  ffonoritilo Chief OominUsloucr    ef  Iiiinds nnd Work* for a |e������se of   the  fori-abore opposite* llw west aide of  Hi-otlons !ht mid at), ijHtiim-in l������i,tnd.  Dilod (hi* find dty ot P,-hruary,'08  HA, HY   McOLIS'iY,  II(OU SIT.WART. Afent'  h"*Jii*v it Lett; m'o^n tli-t 3a -lay a  attar dato I lutcnd to apply to tho  Honorablo Chief Oommlwlonor of  Lunds and WorUi for a lloouoe to  prospoct for eouJ and pctroloum u'od  er tho followlug Inuda*-  No, 1-Oomnu'tieiiig al a post mark  ed aoutli-wust eonnr of 01 im No, t  pUeod about 80 ohains wcit from  aoutb������aat corner ot 8* 0tion 8i Dfii-  tnnn U\itnd, thenee running citat 80  eh,inn. thine north 80 ehiltm, thmea  *������������������#������ 10 ������b,ins, tb*������J������' south 80ch���������iui  CO  pttiut  ������(  COlUUKUOUWllt.  Dated thi*- Und day of r<hrimry,'08  UVOU  STKWA'RT,  in  '1 ���������>  THE  KEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  .- . **,  '���������i  Vr*-?  Wrt  Ui.'    -.���������>  ���������*���������--���������'-    *'     V.<-*.->-^1KiiuM4  SIGN OF A GOOD  SHOE STORE.  V  P;*^^ "Sign of the Slate," hung -in front of  Store is sure testimony to four  ^r^K-ii^f^  *?*  1st���������that store is the most relisblc tn that  U rt'  p *+-e*m-m*x������������&&...      3d���������that it is satisfied with a reasonable  ,|P   profit on goods or- it wouldn't be selling " The Plater Shoe,"  |5f*j   which  is  price-controlled by the Makers.  i-i 4 th���������that it   sincerely intends   to   give  the best  value  ;3   po?sih1<%   and to deal "squarely" with its customers  every  WM   time, or it wouldn't have signed such a contract as must be  iigneo to control "The Slater Shoe,"  Whether you buy Slater Shoes cr 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   (C4.00  or $5.00) on the lining.  ���������    GOODYEAR  PROCESS-  rt  *^**A*Afe99*e*em^m^  i������ IS  A Fine Line of  Sale  LEISE  & Co., Limited  Cumberland,   B.  7 PER CENI PREFERRED STOCK OF IHE  British- anadian Wood Pulp & Paper  Co., Ltd.  Owners of the townsito of Port Mellon, Howe Sound, 25 miles from Vancouver.     Head Office  313 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. CL  We recently offered for subscription the first 100,000 Preference shares of this Corporation, in Blocks of 190 at fl  per share, eaoh 100 shares entitled to a bonus of 25 Shares ot Preference Stock; this first Jamie. waa immediately  tiikeu up by the sale and guaranteed option.  WE   NOW   OFFER   FOR   SUBSCRIPTION  The second irane of 100,000 Preference Shares, in Hlockaof 100 at $1.00 per share. Each 1-00 Bhaves entitles to a  bonus of 15 shares of Preference Stock  The third aud subsequent issues are to be sold at par, or at a premium to be announced from time to time by the  Board ot Directors.  When complete this plant will have a capaeity of 180 tons of N-ewB Paper* and 270 tons of %  all grades of Wrapping Paper per week.  SPECIAL   NOTICE.  This Company reserves tbe right any or all subscriptions, and further reserves ths right to ������lose the subscription list at any time without notice to the genral public.  In ordering stock kindly state whether in the event the second issue of 100,000 is oversubscribed yen wish your  application returned, or allowed on the third issue of Preference Stock. No bonus stock allowed after the  second issue  The Preferred Stock is entitled loan annual dividend of 7 percent., commencing November 1,1908, bnt 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 30 io 50 per cent, dividends.  We are now rushing the work at Port Mellon, 25 miles from Vanoouver, on*he 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,  1P08. ���������"'.���������'.'*'",'.,'  Remember, there is no ground floor.plan, no inflated values or huge pro-Motors' profits in the enterprise.  Within ono year the stock 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 30 days each.  The pubKi are-cordially invited to visit the demonstrating plant of the company, 813 Cordova street, and witness the manufacturing of wood pulp and pnper.  Opes. Eatuieiay Bvenihg until 9 o'clock.  DIRECTORS:  SYLVESTER G. FAULKNER, President British Trust Corporation,  W. H. COLUSTER, Manager, Albion Iron  Works, Vancouver, B. O.  J. DUFF. STEWART, Managing Director  Clerk & Stmvrt, Ltd-', Stationery,   Vancouver^  n. c. '    *  COL. T. II. TRACY, M. C, Sm\ 0. E., P.  L. S., 1). L.S., Con., Eng., formerly City Engineer uf-Vniicouviir-,  _ _  FREDK'. AITLETON. Managing Director,  M.   R, Smith Co., Victoria.  ALD. W. J.CaVaNAGI], Member W. J,  Cavnniigli & Co,, Vancouver,  FRED SMITH, member; Smith, Wright &  Davidson, Wholesale Paper Co., Vancouver,  B. 0.  H. M. BUItRITT, Western Manager Corticelli  Silk Co., Vancouver, 13. C.  J. C. W: STANLEY, formerly General Manager, West London P'<ua������\Mills, London England. '���������.    ,  FATSTAOK II. JENNS, Barrister, etc., Vancouver B. C.  GREELY KOLTS, formerly General Mima,  ger Pacife Coast S������.ln Co.  Address all subscriptions for Stock direct to tlio British Columbia Trust Corporation,   cor-  nor Kobfiort and Granville Streets, Vancouver, B. C.  B=  WAT������������N'&  VVM<*<r\i V|'/*%,'*'#f'''i  m**~w-''*wmi  l PHILLIPS HiRSISOS  Bart-later and Solloltr v  and  Notary Publlo  Conveyancing  CumtaiaM     B. D.  .fC"  --,'��������� -������'r\'   A-:,'  '-.  ^^,;,^v%',;-,::V'f"  ^^Y'M^S^a  ^yJrMl^,,..fK .......  ���������*������������������ *'i^eiam^t**m^-Ar*''  fftaui in Cumberland  ���������TAT AT THK   VENDOME.  et   kUi Comvkkiiiio-m ran Ovrur*  Tuk Bah ii Semit**> wrm  Best Liquors and Cigars  j.r. baUFbrman.  King of Scotch Whiskies.  999^^^e*^*^*9^umemtb^9g^LA9Jm*}w  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And  nl) KITCHEN JUTBN8IL8  Sportsmen* Goods  and  | Genera! Hardware  We WANT  a Reliable Local  Salesman....  For Cumberland  and adjoining district  to re resent  Canada's  Greatest  Nurseries.  80O  ACRES  Trees grown on limestone soil  art) tie right trees for British CoU  umbia planting", much hardier and  a d longer lived than Coast tree,-,.  Wu havo tliom tliein tbe right  aixe and ng,\  A peniiunoiit nHimtiou to right  I, party. Territory reserved; pay  wooWy.   Free outfit.  Write for Particulars.  Stoao&Wellhiistau,  Foothill Nurseries,  Licensed by B. C. Government,  TORONTO    - -    ONTARIO  The HUOv-vNo BAY OO  8ole A-cenUfpr Q u  I ou IkJbUUi  endear*, i  'tarefm**%.  lea  ^i^^^\^ Cotton Root Compooal  inaimi .p������v  in, 'tJomVbianJman^uifit mnifrtl In  ^^^liUmSJmmm>i  TO THE PUBLIC.  We solicit your subscription to  the Ci'mbkkund Nhws, a week  ly journal, published iu the city  of Cumberland and having a  substantial circulation through  various parts of Biitish Columbia  This journal will contain ia  formation and news concerning  the great Comox agricultural dis  irict, and places of importance.  We also beg to draw your attention to the fact that we conduct one of the best equipped  jobbing plants on the Island, and  are prepared, at reasonable rates  to do fiTSt class printing of every  description, from a lady's vising card, an up-to-date menu or  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal .stationery a specialty.  Mail    orders    will    receive  prompt attention.  Yours verv tdneereW.  Comox & Cumhkkland  Puni.ism.NO Co.  SNAl'.  No. loSharplesTubularCrertm  SeparHtor lor steam, also atf  Horse Power Boiler to drive separator, all conncctious and trim-  mini*> complete'. JiyfijUnng  brand new, regular ptirr $210  will veil for ������175 spot im-Ii. Boiler very useful for cooklng.Going  out of busimw reason for abovt  low price. R Jl. Andkrwit  Duncans, B. C. :\.  H**kl,l*  ������mm *������w. asMnsftMaovft-^^  mx������������s>m  WEDDING GIFTS-.  timber limit scandals.  Pacific tost Crown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  At Stoddart, the jeweler  You have a  L,a rge Stock to Select Prom.  {Cut Gkss, Sterling Silver  ������������������������*������  .+-*  ..are the right goods For wedding gifts..  g*<g������$������@-SX!Xs^  ������+-��������������������������� ������MtMMM������l ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  BXJTQHB-B S2_tO*P  Where are you going?   *t am going to| tie Comex ���������o-op������rittive Mm*  Market, where I<���������������*��������������� get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Roaat of Jteat: So fioae,  t    All Meat. .  i>  n  ���������*)  *<���������  Comox Co-operative Society,  R.Webster, Manager.  .���������������������������������������@3^^ ������&^$*3XaXsX5>^  *'������ '  THIS   SPACE  NEXT WEEK  'FOIJ,  SALE���������-The    house   on.    Inspector Pick returned   home  >nii8muir avenue ������������������now ������eon pled   byTliurBdayi8'boai>  hs ������ boarding bouse., apply at 'this  office.  R. CJrant JI... P. P. .Want to  Victoria oh Saturday.  ^mmmmmimmmmmmmmgemii   * iptmmm,^m  Dr. Kerr, Dentist, will.be found  ���������at the Waverly Hotel Parlors ,dnr-  {ing the rent of this month.  T. Haggart returned  last Friday Irom Nanaimo.  R, Hudson returned on Friday's  boat.  -������.-  The Government   pile   driver  jjtsa .been sent up to   Malcolm  Is-  IanA, ,    <t ' ������������������*. ���������  W. Fraser of Big Store wont to  Victoria Saturday,.  Call and auibscrjbe-JEur tbe Cum-  jbi������r-lau,l News.  J. Bruce wont to Victoria on Sat  gin I ay,  FOU SALB-Two nieo ranch-  ta*, _<W,niul  lttO acres, at Little  Btver.    For particulars apply to  ���������Anderton Bros., Comox.  13.' Hunt contractor  went   to  Victoria on Saturday,  MirtH. \{t  Bickle *****t ba^k,  Victoria '.'atwrday.  to  Miss. Bella Teed who lias beeu  wkmsly ill Is recovering very  rapidly.  LOST���������Near Courtenay, oue  umbrella in cover, Finder will  please return tu T.F. Hudson or  to Comox Bakery, Comox.  tt,  MYat wood came up from  K maim,- on Monday's boat.   ������    *  1-, W.Clark, R. It.'Allen retut*  -iv,"1 on Mondays bout.  Tbo old .darky  ,vas suing tbe  railroad company for   damages.  Tbo man contended that,, not  being warned b*y. tJie whistle or on  gine bell, he had.started   to drive  W������ rtgacr-osu the vmftwty** track,  when a shnnted  W car of said  company crashed  into his -out-fit.  'canning the death oHiis horse, ios*  of wngon, and minor injuries  to  b.inict'lf,    After  the   prosecution  bat'l closed its side of tiie caw, the  company's lawyer culled   the old  darky te the stand  and  went to  him.  ���������Mr. LamBon,* lie began, 'your  rig -.van struck by the box car in  Mill day light, was it not?'  ���������I link dar was eonie clouds overhead, sub answered thu cavilling  witness,  'Never ,t,nj,nd the clouds, And  Mi4y a.*f������w days Wore this accident the railroad company had put  a now sign at the crossing*' 'Dar  was a sign dar, ya'ar,, sub.'  ���������And didn't that sign nay, "Stop!  Look I Listen 1"?'  ���������Now, dar am de whop accusation  lib do trouble,' declared the darky,  with aiitin-tion,, 'J.f dat stop sign  hndn't caught dis ebilo's eye jch'  's Ah was fi<^\ml���������, on dat truck,  dar wouldn't V Ixyni no smash  up,|'  We quote the fallowing from  the Ottawa il'W rftiess of April-?,  1008:'���������  The alleged 'timber limit scandals 16 exploded,    The conserva-r  lives set out,  at  the opening of  tlio present sessiott of Parliament  to show that the Government's  policy in connection with the disposal of the timber limits   was  was wrong and  wasteful;    and,  further) that it'he   Department of  -the Interior had corruptly   manipulated the tenders so as to enable  Mr.  T. A.   Burrows, 'JI,   P. and  the Imperial  Ptilp Company to  secure limits Umt .ought to have  gone to   rival    tenderers.    The  first contention  was   completely  answered in  the debates  in   the  Housej)f  Commons;  the  second  was proved to the unfounded by  the invetigation before the  Public  Accounts Committee.  The policy *>f the -present Government is merely a continuation  of that of its predecessors; a-itl  the outcry that it had been practically giving iUWaV i������������ pttbljc  resources was answered by the  statement that the Mackenzie Gov-  enimetit, from 1S-73 to 1878, re-  an a\-??rage bonus of lO.veji*' $23 per  square mile on a total of 310  squtil-e miles; the Conservatives,  from l.#79 to 18s)5, an average  bonus of ������4.3 per square mile on  an area of 2U,&22. square miles;  ini3-t1i^p^S!SWt'~TnliwiTriirtwitiun"ri^  average, favS-nlis <ot :$$!L 92 on-an  area .*jjf 0,450.. These figures  speak for themselves. If the alienation of timber lands under the  present administration hits been  excessive, the argument.is a boom-  orniig Mat flics back upon the conservative:1- ���������&&{% {fivc-fold force;'  and, iii' iho uinoiint of tho boiiut.  litis been ���������&}��������������� smalt'.how much to  ^1 uall was   tho $4.1] per   -iquare  ntilu2       The policy of the Government,  like that, of its predecessors, was  not primarily to get a revenue  out of the sale of-timber limit**;  but to get the tinnier resources af  the country .oj^n.ed iip; and that  limits hnvo enhanced iu ynl.uo is  the coiisequonse of that policy  coupled witli) an active , iiiiui.i-  oration campaign. It is the  mistake of friendly, as well as  hostile critics to consider the  the value of limits today, after  much capital h.as Ihsoii spent on  the industry and values have appreciated all ������vi*ouh<], rather than  the actual value of the limits when  they weroncqnlrod, say iu 1U02,  1008 Mid 190t. No doubt, wiles  in the future will havo to he regarded more in the light of goin I  for the Farm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, nt reasonable prices.  No  Borers,  No Scale,  No Fumigation to damage Stock;  No windy agents to annoy you.  Buy direct and get trees and seeds that  will GROW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spraj  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  Flowers, etc.  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Ad-  dreS8-3010 Weitminster Road.  ^Implements,  Incubators, ������tcf, Etc.  H  4  1  ���������-*  !'   I  Thos. E.I  ���������H4-W-M-W-!**  33very Toftl  For the  Farmer.  ���������**H''l"*'l-'I"i"H"K  J*"I**I'**I**t**I**'I-*I-"'I*-'i*"I*,*I*  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed.  Walworth=Rolston Co.LM'  0 ���������..-'*  H. S������ ROLSTON, Managing Director.  Vanoouver, 8������ O,  Funeral Direc-.  tor   and  Em-i  balmer  ���������8������*e���������������������������������*������������������������������������e������ ���������;  House^taisin-g and Re-  ne\viii������f  :t   Foundations]  Carefully AjtrHtlett ta%  See E. C. Emde, Agent, Cumbepland, B. C.  All Those Who Contemplate Taking  International   Correspondence  School   Course  * ^iBH^msmmvammmmMmmammmMmaammimiim  Should ��������� Write Mr. James F. McMillan, Box 261,  District Office, Nanaimo. All G.oiuniunicutkms,  Promptly anwered.  Mr. McMillan comes to Ciunlierlainl e *ery fe--y*  weeks and stays at Union irilfl. Thete are uow  over 300 Students in this District.  Cumberland,  B.C.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������O' ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>*������������������  %      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.      t  __ui___������_jaflw.Q-0   "Ri������������uv.k,$4,300,IK)0_  Abscth, _?4i5,-JOO,000  UKi,jBiTsr?."5r7,j"'.uoo-  iVloney Orders:  NOTICE.  A Court of Revision to hear  appeals against Assessment Roll  of the City of Cumberland, for  the year 1908. will be held in thr  City Council Chambers, on  Monday, May nth. 1908 at 7.30  P.M. All persons desiring to  appeal against, assessments are  tcquired to give written notica to  the City Clerk. at least ten days  before above date stating ground  of complaint.  ' A. McKinnon,  Citv Clerk  Ratws.  $5 nnclundor ���������       -      *      - 3 Cents  -v "   -.'*���������        Over   S5 hikI not, pxcet'ii'mdolO C Cents-  Over $]U nml liOl t'.\_mli_g ir'di) 10 . ,-iii.s  o                   Ovor 880 nnd not oxooediin. JTiO 15 Cenls  TIiprb Money Orders are.pitynblo w)th������i*t  llauk iii Cami.lii,  Interest Added Four Times a-Year in Savii.gs liuuk.  cosy iii any   Clnirtered  ���������ft* KMil.'W.Ui  W  nit'i  T   MUS,  III'linen  VITED-To hire for June  ���������'���������ih'   Ixii'liHiti   Hull.   Hfate  Jt:lm     Knight,  Coniox.   m .  Point  Citv Couucll met last eveninjj  ������ud after a short icssiou adjourn  wed till Wednesday,  t A. a NEiTHERBY,   mana������,.-,-.      *  ���������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������!������������������.��������� **> ������������������*���������*���������������������������'������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*<Oi,r������f******������  ��������� l_������5 ���������,i;*--V  .'-' '   K, <*���������'&'''\l-m-'  M  APPLICATION FOR TRANS '  PER,OF HOTJJL .WCHNCK.  NOTICE is liereiiy"given thai  one mouth from date I intend to  apply to Ihe Superintendent ol  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  Transfer of the Hotel Licence  held by me for the Lome Hotel,  situated at Comox, K. C, from  myself to F. M. Cliffe.  (Signed) S. J. Cwpk  Dated aSth day of April, 1908  F!*.,,y*'>'*y-; .'.-���������   tVf-Vts.  %" W- V:-'-i'.t  'W\''',(r^''!rAL,'*'''tii'i^'*^t. ������������������  "*if������r.'*;-  ' '.ar*".',    iimm-,*'1'     *  Tlip apleuiliU Ft 'i'lik-ruii rthrion1  "JUST   4t734"--  (Ci'kir, Uuy.   .WviiKlit, IMfi.)  $ss&   i"'o.ste*r������   (for ltoiuo. to  begin  AITJIv 3rd,, 1SK)8.  B, CuA'WKOkd,��������� Courteiiav.  Term*,    *A.~2&  Insurance  l>usines������ ti'iuisnctiuiis; hut it  should not lie forgotten that, in  the past; the industry lit the West  undeveloped au I has tn bo oiMinur-  aged, much tho ������ww m immigration had to \te,  The minister a/a* mdrlnmAng  the Sunday Selwol Children, J  want to talk to you for a few  moments about one of tW- most  \M,ii,it*il'iii, mm ui 1 lie must im  ptirtiiut (ii'^aiih-iu the World,1 he  said. What is it that tlirods away  never stopping, never oroudnjj,  whither you wake or sleep, night  Xfn]}vr Tlwmftuu <tud (nirty or  Nwtalwo.i.'jHlt'Md Cumlioiiniiil, in  an autoiuoMle last week Tliiiwlfty  and returned Saturday morning,  Tlw above Auto made a very  fast trip u short time ago from  Nanaimo to Alberni in two hours  Hllll  llU'lllj"  (lUllilti'j, o','t  II,ill,.*,,  Couius Hive, No. Ill---Ladies  of the Maccabees will givn un ���������"At  Home" on the afieruuoii ami even-  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF JWTKL JJCENCf^.  Notice is hereby given that one  mouth from date I intend to ad-  ply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, Victoria, for a trans  fer of the Hotel Licence held by  me for the Palmer Hotel, situated  at Bayiie S'uind. from mysell to  John. R Johnson & Thomas Ripley  (Signed)   W. F-'Ramsay  Dated 38th duy of April 1908.  Mr. A. Cessford left on   last  Thursday'! boat for Port EMing.jtlimlibiiiK'  throbbing, throbbing  rlijthmii-ally nil your life long,'  Iriff of Friduv Mnv 1st. nt tlm re*.  ordny, wmk In and  week onn|fc|ttw#uf Mw I)li,������wullfH������iMlwlBk.  year in and year out within any  volition on your  part,   hidden a-  way in tho depth*,, iinstuni hy you,  4ou.  Mr, and Mn, T, Piket came np  from Denman on Thursday,  49   ���������  1 VOU 8ALE���������One jeney hull  '1^ mon tlw old. One Jersey bull  .*nlf B months old. Both in ex-  (enlleut condition Win, floy,  During th** puu-it* fororatnrlciil ef  fori a siinill voice was heard; "J  know; it's tho gas muter!'  TheK.   Abe  purchas-M   the  ofTS, J. Piercy.  Uo  Co.,   have  milk   busineu  The oilteei's and nit'iuhcrs extend 11  eordhil  invitntlmi to everybody.  KOTIOK.  nidinf! on !"*'i'iiii,lives and rail  wav oars of i'.i- Pniou ���������nolliory  Company l*y :mv ,,,'i^on iir lu-r-  loiiii���������������xu������*|,i "-ain <*'f"w -i,i strictly  turohlblted.    Kni|.- yi ���������*    re iub>  ���������** t*������d|f������uii r,,' <���������-, Miuwiog vam-  Itr i*,'ier  hjiiMin 0 Littiv  M'Mu^nr  APPLICATION FOR HOTHL  HCBNCK.  NOTICE is is hereby give  that one mouth irom date wt iu  tend to apply to the Supetinten  dent of Provincial Police, Victoria, tor an Hotel Licence tor tin  Palmer Hotel, situated at Baym  Hound.  (Signed)  John R. Johnston  TUu,\!A��������� R;n.i;v  Dated aRth day of Ap-ril 1608,  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  Notice is hereby given that one  mouth fi'oiu daic I iutcuc ro up  ply to iliehiiperiiitemlent oi I'to  yiiidal Police. Viciuria for a ren  ewal of 1 he Hotel Licence held bv  me lor the Cotuteimy Hotel, sit'-  uated ut Couricnay ll. V.  (Signed) John R JmjNSToN  Duied aHth day of April, vyft  K.AIDA  Merchant  WEOE  LADJES' TA4oit.MADliC06TlIME8 A HPKOIALTV  SUIT* tHADH TO   ORDSR RfiO  IN. ANV STYbl YOU UilSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From 920 to 940.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  ��������������������������� ^n������ ������������������������������������������������ ��������� i  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICK Is hereby given thnt  one month from bate I 'intend to  apply to tho Sn|>eiintondoiit of  Pruvliii'tal Polieo, Victoria for a  renewal nf the Hotel Licence held  ���������y me for the Klk Hotel situated  it CollltlX.  (Higued) GkuhukO, Maciionam)  DaU'd 2Ht)> day of April, 1008  I III ������������������!!���������!��������� IIUI       l;l-������*" I*" -**"' -"���������"' 1HIIII���������������mi i" mw-iw ��������� i     ���������   APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  oue mouth from date I intend to  apply to the superintendent of  Provincial Police Victoria, ior a  renewal of the Ho.cl Licence held  by me for the Port Augusta Hotel  situated at Comox, ii.C  (Higued) J. n. Hor.MUS  Dated 38th d ty of April, uyiB.  pmi.Vk contT  Loudon Apill 22���������Sir Henry  Oampbell-Banuoriiiati, for in or ly  Premier; rlod at 0il8 o'cloelf this  morning no his ofii-cial resihencu  In Downing street, The end wns  peaceful.  Tin* cause of Sir Uenry'u  death  iaoffi-jally gl*on as heart failure,  ���������;������������������������������������  The styrk has colled nt the homo  of Matt Piercy ami lefta fine hoy,  Ilex vs Joseph & C Iwr lew Citmlero  rim charge of assault preferred  bj Mr Alexander Palutw in tin  eiiwi' was withdniwn the defendsut**  jwyiiig all e.ists.Mr. p IMIirrlson,  (Wt'U'ur Hjipi'iiring for thi' pi'uK'-  I'litit'ii.  Mr. WILLIAM SLOAN MP.  OBTAINS RKprOTION Op  TELKOHAPH KATKH  Through the untiring oir,.rt������ of  our enei'gotio member, Mr. WW,  liam Sloan, M. P, tho telegraph  rsles effecting this District an J  Victoria, have been reduced to  twenty live centu this iaclmlu*  Iliiriihy nnd n,',imii������* LbnnL, );,..  diietioit fo take effect from mid  nfter the flr������t nf .F,������n-.< next.  Mrs. T. McMillan left with Mr.  mid Mr*. T. Piket \n*l Thnrwlay  on n visit fo iWuuiii,

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