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 ���������M      ��������������������������� %. ^  ^      WAY 16 1908.  ^  L/  THE CUMBERLAND  IA Journal Devoted Bspeelally, to the Interests.of Comoic District.  Ths Nbws, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY,   MAY ia, 1908.  Subscription $a.oo a Ykab.  I utmomimwattmBtniQaHHBmHHUuimuutftii  nmiHUUi utMtuuuanomraun  At The BIO STORE  Showing this week the  following  seasonable lines in  ���������Ladie's Ready-to-Wear  A- complete range of Whltewear and Summer Underwear. Special values in Ladie's Ready-to.Wear  Goods, Kimouas, Wrappers, Blouses, Aprons, Sfckts,  Corset Covers, New lines of Black and Tan, Lace  and Embroidered'Hosiry;    .   -   .....   *.��������� ������������������  Special Lines in our Men's  Department.  Gent's Two Piece Summer Smis  Geut's SummerUnderwear,Cambric & Percale Shirts  New Weaves in Sweaters  Gent's Lustre and Mohair Coats  Newest Styles in Straw Hats.  We are leaders in Boots and Shoes *   ���������  Simon Leiser & Co..Ltd  l HBlWKlilttttWWllBmMrBHtBttMWttlllfUti  f^MAROCCHI BROS."!  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  ������*Vm  Agents for Union Brewing Company's BEER and  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  ���������~f*3  if  MEN'S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES nnd SIZES  Groceries JSET^rS'ttEE Groceries  Special .attention paid to the Quality ������f our Goods.  CAMPBELL BROS.,    ������������������������������**  I  k  We are now showing a com-  ���������   ���������  plete range of new ���������  ���������  Corsets: for  Spring..  at prices that will please you.  We are able to offer splendid values at $i  per pair���������-tlie same as cut���������made of good  strong Dral) Coutillc with suspenders attached, sizes from 18 to 26. Place your  order (or a pair before sizes are broken.  J. McPHEE & SONS  Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland, It, C-  .ShV**-'  ��������� ������������������ 1 I        ,     ;,,   1        "   '  . ,     ���������      nl   .j...   V..    . '    .  THE MAGNET  and  .  For  Semen  Doors  fOi^ed  Paints,  Stains,  Alabas*  tine  Enamels  :  ���������  Baplac.  Try ns for BaseEalls, Tennis Ralls  _  Etc. .   T. E. Bate,  fllcLteod's flea* Stoye.  We are getting nicely settled in  our new premises and have put in a  iBnolineof  In Hats, v  In Clothing,  In Boots*Shoes  e  f      1\T     Flf������I   POf^     Dunsiniiii* Avenn'e,  *J,   11.  I l*m,L^lmmiVJU) CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ������������������^���������������������������������������o������������������������������������������������������e������  !    Siddall,   the   Tailor,     ij  lias -opened Business ^n McLeod's Store,  A  994  nt .mmmWMWm**  *m  m9namVe*mmmmti  City Council  Council met last evoning, there  being present AKlermen. MeLeod  Harwood, Bate, .Campbell and  tht Mayor, ���������  The iniautea of the previous  meetfog.werc reaA md adopted.  Communication from Police  Commissioners xcqnestiug thut  all bar room windows be clear of  ^Hn'lfi during prohibited hours.  By-Luw covering sume was order  od enforced.  Communication from Dr. Pagan asking for a grant for tuberculosa sanitarium was laid over  for want of funds.  Accouuti -T. Wilson, hard*  ware, $6.35; W. Hayman, labor,  $7.50, N. Rosa, $7.50; telegram  to Dominion Government $4.80,;  Cumberland News 98.35; Bloc  trie Ught Co. 888.6j. Referred  ito Finance Committee.  Collections���������"Scavenger, $96.00  ibnnd stand, 968.50*, police court,  $16001 pole tax 836.00; scales  fx.15  Telegram received from  Do*  minion Govomincut saying that  Mr, Henderson, Inspector, Victoria, would be bt Cumberland  shortly aad xeport ou post office,  drain.  There being no further bust  ooss tlie Council adjouniod.  A Piqneer'sToast  ������in '���������   With Ooropiimsnts of tt.. W, Waitt  AOo.Ltd.  The Oldest Xuie Howe In B.O.  <\Qvom\ JArothera We"  Who love ac.������  The Oity oi Nanaimo had to run  into Deep Uay for shelter Thursday.  VoSey Notes .  Mr. Harry Martin has pnrebas-  ed���������two..tona of powder ..for blow-  ing stumps. He must intend  clearing some land.  TheO. T. and M. I. S. met  un Friiky night lust and Vitiated  three new mom burn, Come and  join aud enjoy yourselves.  Head's to the girl the sweetheart  The girl of oar ardent youth,  Sho was a Queen and 1 a King  The day we trothed with golden  ring,  In tho bygone days forsooth.  Here's to the girl tho heart-true  girl,  The girl .that\*pledged for We,  Tlio girl who chews thro' rain and  flhlue, '  Wbofighto along lifo's  battle  Jine,  A truoheart,   lover   and   wife.  Uero's to the girl, the aid old girl  Tho only girl wo'.vegot,  Tlio only girl weaver had,  Tho girl we took for good or tad  In tho matrimonial Jot.  Hero's to the girl tho J*. 0,  girl,  Of bountiful virgin weulth,  Who dowers All with lavitth hand;  Kronwtoros of mountain, aea and \  land,  We drluJc to thy bonnie health.  ���������Oopyri(j;lited by  J, W. Bowes, 11K1K  Mr. N. B. Pollock took a Bidden depart nro for Begin a where  he Jbae received a Government  position.  The Ilov. Mr. Mensio has gone  to Victoria on businosH, while Mr.  T, J. Barren is llll ing his place  atSaudwiek, and Mr. Mumdell  at Courtenay.  Mr. and Mrs. 0. V, Stovuns led  tor the Sound last Thursday.  Mr*.  OilliiU'Wn Ui !.> Thiiif  day.s boat for Vancouver.  Mr. and Mr*. P. L. lliown came  eame np from tin* wharf Friday'  Fred was looking for aome dugs  for Capt., Cutler, hut did not mu-  cetd in finding them.  Mrs. jii. Dowdtll and family  Uli for  Victoria l.������i CutaivU^.  Dick is now a hatchelor.  Tiie Australian 8. 8. Barama,  is wiling at Union Wharf this  week.  Seattle*, May M������pceUl)-N*-t  leaa than twwity f|vn mnn rWr'od  from the Pacific wjitadron Moro it  ������Url<������l (Mt Wfmk fortiaii Frinifi^.o.  A f������w of th'1 ninii havu been rewip-  Hired by the |rfdic������', hut lii������'������l (if  ��������� hi'iii will get uh'iir awny.  Mr. (i. Britttowof Little Hi vor  was the guest of Mr. Lloyd Dunham ou Saturday night and Sunday,  Mr. llennut has brought hh  Automobile to tho valley and cnuii-  oHquiUian uxitomout throughout  thediiitrict.  THK FRIGHTSOME  "AUTOMOBILE.*'  *    :������������������     is  No^less than four of these ere**  tu'res ijvere loose on  the  Valley-  roads last Saturday���������pnffiug au<?  screeching and. stia^ing���������to tHe- -  dismal of women "and horsen.  Like other wild beasts, it seem*;  to. be-impossible to shut them altogether out of this new country  as is done in more civilized partr  <>f the.Doininioij j so the next best  thing would probably he to corral a "billie" -and  make  hixr  sweep the roads every day for *  month, till the  horses got use*  to him.   bailing this, the vexefi  residents will undoubtedly fiat  some other means of protection.  Farewell  On Wednesday 6, the Choir of  Holy Ti'iwity Church gave a farewell oveniug, in honor of 0110 of  tlw mom hers, Miss Madge f>ow.  daili who loft on Saturday few Vie^  tori a, whoro sho wili remde in future, Progressive whist was jilayol  milil a lato hour. Hefrenhnients  wpro sei'yod and all spoil tan oiijo|r-  ablo evening.  Tiie Government is Unsy ro-  poiring the road botweeii Court-  euay and Cuniberland.  Mr. Yiidiiw, 0! Cht*xuidiiU6 v]t  itt-4 Courtenay with his auto last  weak,  Mr. Richard Plows in protty  hnsy eloaring np his pnifwrty on  Will Stroot exteiiHion,  Mr, William !lrrjulmi*t Is abb'  to I hi around again after hk ill.  waa,  Memrt* Creech and Crocket  have iiiot.'d'ml a new team in their  livery biisineM,  S<K)ii the wedding bells will  rint'.  First Aid to the  Injured.  "      M  Result of.-examinations for ist  and and year class, on First AW  to the Injured held -in City Hall.  Sunday, May 10th, 1908. Thi  ejfehnthu:; v,*c:c ai fi 1.!o',v.>:-~  {Scowd 1 tar cUw R. Wil*o&  88 per cent, Jos Hprhury 88 pet  cent, Chaa, Paihhaiu 8j jxsr ecut  Wm Merrifield 8a percent, D,.  .Wllchi ;S pei Kxmt, jiiu, Hoi.  bury 70 jier cent,  The following gained prizes  foT practical work, ist-prise, Jo*.  Horbury, 95 jwr cent; and piize  I), N'ellest, 90 p c; 3rd priic, K,  Wilson and (J. Pamham, Sop e.  JU-sult of first year class -Mm  Un Hrowu 88 per cent, Krnuk  Jaynt's 87 p c, P McNevin 80 p  c, J. C. Urown 77 p c, P. WaUo*  7s p*. D. NelH*������f. Jr��������� 65 p������-  K, Wcharda 60 p c, W. NeUlit  55 Y c< W. Richards 50 p c, J,,  J. Maiuxbi 50j> c  -^. ,,*���������������   - i Tiimti  .TOE  trawa.' CKIfBERLAIffD. BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Tbe Cuitaland Hews  Issued Every  Tuesday by the  Comox   & 'Cumberland  Publishing Company.  TUESDAY,   MAV is,  W08.  Union  Hotel  English 4 X BURTON slwnys on tap mho, tb* lamotu MILWAUKEE  BEEB8���������Anhenwr, Bobwnian, itehlits, &o. " OLD GRBY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Beet Wines aad Liquors of all kinds.  Tht Bowdipg aad Lodging Department,* trader tba ialnwdkte. ���������Mtpcimtwdaaoa of Mn  l)������via. will be found First olaas In every rospeet.   NOTICE. BATia,  o  Notiee is hereby given that the  City road tax is now due and payable to either constable WilBon or  t'ie City Clerk. The City dlcrk  will be'at the City IIkII on" Monday evenings April 20, from seven  to eight P.M. to receive same, oi1  n.ay be fonud  at the Fnrnitare  af ,' .... ���������    ,���������'       i '      '  n..re at any time dnringbnnnes'B  hours.     CotiBtable   Wilson    will  i*i ctiive same at any time during  p-ty -day, all parties   hot  property  holders between the ages- of tweiv-  ty  one  and  fifty years   residing'  ���������within municipality neglecting to  ' or refusing to pay same will  be  prosecuted' forthwith as   provided  hy the Btatntes of British Colum-.  t������ia. Iiy order of the City Council.  A. MoKinnovV  City Clerk,  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  pue mouth from dato I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  provincial Police, Victoria, for a  Kenewal of the Hotel Licence  held by me for the Spring _Ing.  "'"'���������"HoTfelri^  ]Signed] John H. Pikkt  Dated 28th day of April 1908  $1 00 per day upwards,  NOTICB is hereby given that, 80  days after dato wo intend to apply to  the Honorable the Chief Commissioner oi Lands and Worka for a li-  eenco to prospect for coal and petroleum .under the foreshore and under  the water and upon the lands known  as White Bluff Reserve, Comox District described as follows: Cora-  moncinj? at a post plantod about 20  chains east, from the west ond of  Goose Spit! in Comox Harbour ;  thonco north 80 chains; thonco east-  80 ehaips; thonce south 80 chains ;  thonco woat 80 chains to'place of  commoncemont; ��������������������������� containing* about  640 acres, known as Claim No. 1.  Dated khw-Slttdayof-AprilrtSOS. '   *  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY LTMTTRD.  0. P. Edwards, Agent.  At the Right Price Furniture Store.  Try Umtor  Linoleums, Wall Paper, Matting, Blankets, Blinds,  Comforters, Curtains, Bedroom Suites, Morris Chairs  Extennion Tables and all kinds of.Furniture.  Ten percent Discount for Cash for bilance of month.  J. H, COLLINS,        Cumberland.  BEER  BEE  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  NOTICE is hereby givon that, 80  dnys aftor dato we intend to apply to  tho   Honorable   tho   Chief   Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect tor coal and petroleum undor the foreshore  and    undor  tho water and on the lands known aB  White niufl Reserve, Comox District,  described as follows: Commencing at  a   post   plantod at   the   south-west  eornor of Claim No. 1; thenco   west  80 chains;    thenco   north about    66  chains to shoro lino; thence easterly  following the Sinuosities of the shore  line to the north-wost boundary   of  Claim No. 1; thence south about 55  chnins to   place   of   commencement;  containing    about    500    acres,   and  known ns Claim No. 2.  Dated this 21st day of Apiil 1908.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECT-  INO  COMPANY.  LIMITED.  G. F. Edwards, Ag nt.  oeitios of the shore line to the place  of commencement, containing about  00 acres, known as Claim No. 8,  Daved this 21st day of April, 1908.  VANCOIJVBR     C0AlT PB03PECT-  ING COMPANY. LIMITED.  Oi P. Edwards, Agent.  NOTICE is horebv "given that 80  the Honorable tho Chief Commis-  tho Honorablo tho ���������hief Commis-  conco -to 'pro*poct for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under  tho water and on - the lands  in    Comox District,      described  as follows : Commencing   at   a  post plantod at the south-west corner of Claim No. 6; thonce east 90  chains; thenco south about 65 chains  to shoro line in Nelson District;  thonce westerly following the sinuosities of the shore to place of commencement, 'containing about 260  acres, known as Claim No. 9, Comox Harbour. ���������    v  Datwi thi* Slatd&y ot April, 1908-  VANCOUVER     OOAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY,  LTMITHD.  G. F. Edwards, Agent.  Ksiumait * ilanaip Ry  9Z  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co,  :r  Nanaimo 8. C.  When In Courtenay Stay  ^Fhe-<Gourtenay=41otel  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  .KOTIOE is hereby given that  one month form date 1 intend tn'  npply to the Superintendent of  V"ovinoial Police Victoria, for are-  tin wai of the Hotel Licence held by  mo for the Union Hotel, situated  ������t Union U, O, ^  i Signed) Sauukl C, Davis.  Dated 28th. day of April. 1008.  Bvery convenience for guests.  The Oenttal Hot������l for Sportsmen  None but tho Best of Wines and Liquors  st tbe Bar,  RATES REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Pro.  CONTRACTOR,  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 80  days after date we intond to apply to  tho Honorable the Chiof" Commissioner of Lands and'Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshoro and under  thc waster and on tho lands in  Comox Harbour, described' as follows  Commencing at a post planted at tho  south-east corner of Claim No. 2, on  Gooso Spit; thence south 80 chains;  thence west (15 chains to the shore  line; thence about 25 chains northwesterly, following tho sinuosities of  the shore line; thonce north 65 chainr  thence east 80 chains to place of  commencement, containing about 630  acres, known ns Claim No. 3.  ^afeo^tLWJijBiiu^tApnliJ-SQBt������������������.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING 'COMPANY. LIMITED.  G. F, Edwards, Agent  NOTICE is V."-���������*��������� "iven that 30  dnys after date we intend to apply to  tho Honorablo the 'Chief Commissioner of Lands nnd Works"for a*licence to prospect for coal ar.d petroleum under the foreshore and undor  tho wntor and on tho lands  in    Comox District,       described  ns follows :.' Commencing   at   a  post planted nt the south-west corner of Claim No. 8. Comox Harbour, Nelson District; thence east 80  chains; thence south 80 chains ;  thonco wost 80 chains; thence northerly following the sinuosities of the  shore lino to place of oommencoment  containing about 600 acres, known  ns Claim No. 10.  Dnted thw 2!*t day of April, 1608.  VANCOUVER      COAL   PROSPECTING  COMPANY.  UMTTKD.  G.F. Edwards, Agent.  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  "TTOTOseiA���������co-Moa:    root*  Sail from Victoria Tuesday, j a. w for  Nanaimo, calling <tt Crofton' kuper  and Thetis Islands wheo| fre.ght or  passengers offer.  Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, 7 a. m.,  fur Union Uay Coinox and way ports  Leaves Comox Thursday 7 a. m., for  Union Bay Nanaimo and way ports.  Leaves Nanaimo   Friday,  7 a. ni., for  Union Bay Comox ������ind' way ports.  Leaves Comox  Saturday,    7  a,m.,   for  Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Saturday 1 p.m., for  jjVictona.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO ���������  SMITH   ROUTE  LADY-  8.8.   '"JOAN."  Sails Irom   Vancouver  daily, except Sundays, at  for  N.uiainio  30 p.m.  THs ttutiptAar Ilea j  fli# Mltpe|i>r mnn ottbe, flrat Miff of  Uie iv nnxtymlb centnty ������a bated  ������vco moro, If that be posslbW? thee tbe  "w ttidow ps-wr* ot tttoet mar* renmt  <1uvs xrben llfbt wm Mb)e*t tttbeavy  tasittkm. Before the ftuportattca of  tw-ltpctpi* from abroad at*na Important  Ingmllniit tn fbe eiaeafaetnr* of ������mn-  jiowder it was a crown *nwnop<fly, ���������*���������**'  f-gontn, pofmarly known aa saltpeter  tnoib wwu sent all ever tbe ewufry to  *><xfk for It la sublet, plgwa ceta, Dig.  *tl������i aud indeed tn utmost aU otber  iilttntn tho sol) of wblcb Was Boypemi  to be trnprvwuitml with aoboal matte*  Tlio Injury fbuwr moa dM and tbe Ini.  tat Ion tl><7 emmod by digging np floors  rand puW������R down ff������Ticmi vera peat  No Imwbolder was fro* five tbeTt  ���������tal}*, which wro raudiirod ������wpe������l*fljr  ���������TMtous from thoir being sinpuwrt'd to  liupMo ���������.���������arts snd bor-������������>i tnt tbe \utr*  poM of or.r^iv.t a:\nj V,Xi uifteiqit arri  t!lS,lll������������t"lfii ������liipl<yed tn tt* ******** mt,  rare "*'<<* imlllng det-t-Ar- t!*/\' -\������������������.  tkitnnta, ot iinr-i iiu4 I'i W ���������umimrrd  ���������Mifili thl'v'1 ������*' '���������" wninr loetmmirm  ttaa et diyatfi . . y ths f',t*to.-a In tba  ���������txv.ibnud Ul'ir -iiicli m������wlettju������4vfi  V"!*. iv <A-t ".',i iiW)|m(Kh> waH.|Wt  fin nml m h' pnr-i' in������*nt la 4WV-tc#>  t'.'iii Ath-m-'iio.  I  D* Hunden  c  H  O  1  C  E  S  T  in season at  D. HUNDEN'S  will tnke Contracts to clear laud  cut .wocd, dig ditchrs, or any  iarge Contract.'  Vvicet Reasonable,   and  Satisfaction Guaranteed,  '"f.-l'W'-VS''<*?">..���������.>' **';'+#.   ������������������'     ��������������� '*>���������  -AND-r-r-  Maroccfyi B^os,  BAK1BS  HHlUAD, Caat'S niul Via* doll vor  ad daily to any part of City.  srtwwm. *M*#MtAw.mm&&&g>  Sm**mm  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIKRT-l'UHH  OANHY, KUIMTH.  CKJARK *  TOBACCOiS  \y.aair taeVaa Hi Aer 0������mmNv.  I, J. H-ta. net Mr wsspiUMf |>piiis.  [ t ssnsqusls JO ptvM* ml tmmt.  ������OLO BVERTWHBRB*  ���������.W.QILLETTffrrrfX  ton OHTO.#*U  POLLEGIATE   SCIiOOl  FOR  BOYS ���������-  1 na L aurala,       Belcher 8treor  Victoria B. C  I'strmi sad Vi������in.r,  KI.OKU  HlMfH'  OV COLUM 1)1 A,  Dominion  Hotel     : ���������  Victonla, 8. C.  Tho Kati������n nro Lower limn otlior  fir������t-olii88 liotols, with Accomo-  Ration Superior to many.  Iiooiiu with or without bath, .  Aiut'ricaa Plan   $1.60   to $2.50.  por day.  European  Plnn.   Rooms  only,  .50 to $1.50, por day,  Fioo I Jus,  STEPHEN  JONES  t "STAR' |  | Livery |  f Stable ii  ������������������ ..  ;| Hayman & Maxwell. *'������  IJ ' Prnprit'tnrB,      ,        "  ������������������TKAMSTUKS, nfld DUAVMKNl'  "SINGLE and noUIILK RK.S"  UPor HIRR. ALL (MtDKR^*  ..I'KdMI'T^y  ATTKNDKI)   T"  NOTICE is hereby, given that, 30  ���������Inys alter tlnto we intond to npply to  the Honorable the Chiof Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospoct for conl and petroleum undor the foroshoro and under  the wntor and upon tho lands  in Comox Harbour; and described ns follows; Commencing at a  post planted at tho south-wost corner of Claim No. 1; thenco oust 80  chains; thonce south 8Q chnins;  thonco wost 80 chains; thonco north  80 chains to.place.of commencement;  containing, 040 ncros, known as  Clnim  No, 4.  I intod this 21st day of April, 1006.  VANCOUVEH     COAL   PUOSPECT-  INU COMPANY LIMITED.  0, F, Edwards, Agent.  NOTICE is hereby given that, 30  d:\ys after dato, I intend to apply to  tho Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foreshore and undor  thc water nnd on the lands in Co:  mox Harbour, Comox District, described ns follows: Commencing at a  post planted at tho north-west corner of Claim No. 7; thenee south  ���������Ta"lj?*ut-60^hU"iff"!irth'e^^  25 chains: thenco westerly following  the sinuosities of the shore line to  the mouth of tho Courtenay Hiver :  thonco easterly following the sinuosities of the shore line to pluce of  commencement, containing about 275  acros.  Dated this 21st day or April, 1908.  G. F. Edwards, Agent.  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van oyver  daily, excepi Jjuimays, at 7 a.m.  OX  NOTICB is horoby givon that, 80  days after (Into wgiintoiiil to apply to  tho Honorablo tho Chiof Commis-  hionor of Lands nml Works for a��������� licence to prospoct for conl and potro������  Jouni undor tho foreshore nnd under  tho water and on tho land known as  Whlto IllulT Hiworvo, Comox District,  described ns follows: Commencing  ut a post planted nt tho north-oast  coniur of Claim No, 1; thonco oast  80 chains; thonco south 80 chains;  thonco west 80 chains; thonco north  80 chnins to tho place of commoncemont; containing 010 acres, and  known, as Claim No, 5,  D4od this 21st dnv of April, 1008.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PROSPECTING COMPANY, LIMITED  0. P, Edwards, Agent.  : = 3rd St', CiiD'ieiiaii::  ��������� ��������� ��������� j.  yt*t*t  J.W. LAINO, B8Q��������� M, A,,  OXFORD.  Awuiwi by ihrv������ Uisdustv* "< Uiu lUoog.  ���������iIukI UsitartltiM nf Utaat HrlUin and C������n.  ni*.  UntUnta tonus ������������t b������.itiir*.  f*Mi*rtt w������rf iti o������ An ������<t* ��������� with iipsnl-  vMKibrMl balMinss,  sitsaslvs r������e-M'ln<  fres'irl*. ������> ���������>    tSan      f���������x    ;,*������'r|Ui  f tit,  APPLY TO Httk������ MAirrifR,  Notice ia bur by given tb it 80 days  i������flnr rttiln 1 Jnfond tn apply in the  HonoHible Chief OommUslonor of  Lrnds and Works for a lleonoe to  grospoei for 001I and petroleum uud  ���������r the following lands 1*  No, 8-Oomn>HiiolnR from a post plas  i.l wt uortih-w,H>������i corur of Bu������t<  Inn SS, Dsnmaii '������lnl running east  40 ehuios. north 80 -htlni, wsit 80  sbftins, south 80 di iim, tbeuea cast  10 ohnlns ta tb M 1 of o������mnsnes  piftnt.  D.tod tbU Mnd ds- of febrnaty.'tA  TIAStr.l   WTKVVAI'T  NtypiCIC Ih hereby givon that, UO  dnys nftor date wo Intend to apply to  slonor of Lands and Works for a II-  cenco to prospoct for conl and petroleum under tho forcHhore ami under  tlio water and on tho lands In Comox District, doHcrlbod as follows ;  Commencing at a post plantod at tin*  iiortli-wnHt corner of Claim No, iii ;  thonco south iVl chains; thonco wost  80 t'hnliiH to tho shore lino; thonco  north 80. flialiiHitlience vast WI chit Ins  tu tlm shoro lino; thonco following  Uio slntiosltlnN of the shore to placo  of coiiinieiicimiuiit, containing about  (100 ncroH, known un Claim No. ll,  Hated thi" 31h dny or ��������� prl, 1'.' *.  VANCOUVER     COAL   I'ROBI'KCT-  INC] COMPANY, T/1MITKI).  0. K, Kdwirdi, Agcit.  Niyi'lCE is herolK* given that ������0  dnys ��������� after dntn wn intend to npply to  slonor of UiiiiIh and Works for n II-  conro to pronpuet for conl anil puiro  Icuti under the foroshoro and under  tho wntor    and    nn   thn    lands   In  A,i,i,./\ \i,h,A,\.l, tii .111 iin 11 un luii./itn  /'owmnnrlnw; nt a pout plantod nnnr  [thi* south-oast corner nf ths Indian  Itosorvo, Comox Harbour; thenco  west ft.H chains; tho'tce north nlum.  SO cbnlns: thonco nnstorly following  ths sinuosities of tho shoro lino to  pine* of rommenri'mnnl ��������� rnntnlAinir  about 100 acres, known as Claim  No. 7.  I   Hsts.1 *< Is UUt ilny of April, 1008.  VANCOUVER     COAL   PUOHPRCT.  INtf COMPANY. MMITKII.  G. 9, RdwMdSi Aj<ant,  NOTIOE is horoby given that, 80  days nftor dato, I intend to apply to  thu Hon. Chiof Commissioner : of  Lands and Works for a licence ; Lo  prospect for coal end potrolown on  thc following described lands; Ooa������-  moncing nt a post plantod on th������  lio'ueh at the north-oust corner of the  Indian Rosorvo in Coinox Harbour,  known cot Suction 4, Comox District,  being nn Indian Reserve, containing  IBS acros,  Dated thiR 2lst dny of April, 1008.  G. F. Fdwsrdi, Agsti'  VANCOUVEK-JSADiAIMO -CO  UNION.  ������'S. S. ftueenCity" (O.P.E.)  Leave* Vancouver, Suuday, 7 pm     Ar  rivea at Nanaimo, Sunday, 11 p. ni.  Leaves Nauaiiuo Monday, 3 a. m.   Ar^  rives at JJnioD, Monday, 11 a. m.    Arrive  at Crmox, Menday, Ip, m. >  Leave Coinox, Mouday, 7 p. tn.   Arrive  atJLTniou! _Mouday,jLH.m.   Leave Union, Tuesday, 5 a.m.    Arrive  at Nanaimo, Tuesday, at 11.30 it. m.  Leaves Nanaimo, Tii(>������day, at  1  p. m.  Arrive at Vancouver, Tu aday,_ai 5 p.m.  0*11^8 ak Wav Tenia wbtiu flight wid  passeuger* odor.  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  October   1st, 1907  : Cumberland Livery t  ::and Feed Stable.  JOHN   BRYOEN  Proprietor  ���������  FIRST ( CLASS  RIGS : OV ; Ml  KINDS  .....  ���������MHMHMMMMMBMHilMMIMMHI  ee  I wood  and Coal  Hauled  Dunsmuir Avenue  j CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.  ,|i.^������f������|,.|������l������|ii|������l������|������l������|..|..|i^i,|,,|,|M|������|i  ^0HTH BOUNI'���������.':. d   liv,.n  Stationi,  /ictoria,  Husneln;  6lia*fiiigan,  Passongei   Xraius  Lino  Nvl I  CobliU Hill,  t'owuimn,  Kikmiah,  I mi inn'',  Somenoa,  Weittiuiwe,  Ohemaiuui,  Ladysmith,  South WuUisgtoD,  Jh < Naoaimo,  Welliugtos,  De, P.lll)  8 H  Hi 17  10.w  10 40  10,48  11' M  11, IH)  11.H7  11,It)  11 Jtt  11,57  lli, 18':  is.aii  Ar 12,5������  >Suii(i������y  * 1.1.  N.i, 3  I),: 15 00  A (4  113,13  lb )8  lb,;0  lti-ll  Iti 17  111. 68  J"..ID  l",.:"i  ��������� 17 ������$  .    17..''ft  '" )������.ia  18.30  Ar 18 48  SOUTH ROUND- Read Up  ������   -I      im  ������������������:���������   Viotoria,  KummIm,  Mliawuigau,  ii  Cobble 11 ill,  Cuwicliau,  Knknilah,  Duncan'i,  Hom^non,  Weithuliuv,  ChtUitiaui,  Udyumith,  South WtllingtoD,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  Not loo |x hereby fflvnn that So days  after dato I Intend to apply to the  ITbuoHnbln Ohlof -OommUnloncr of  Unnds nnd Works for ��������� llconon its  prospoot for ooil and petroleutu uud  No, >  Ar. 12,16  12 (ili  10 SI  '.0 18  IMU  10,15  10 OH  10 (lit  8,47  0.H1  8,1)11  Do, 8.(10  Ar, a.eo  b.'.i  8,15  De, 6,00  No. 4  18.15  lb,Cl  17 W  r. .so  17 82  17,08  17 03  10.68  IU49  10.32  ItUit  Dr, 16 l>U  Ar, 16 18  lfi.������7  16 IU  I)������, 10 00  Thousand Mile and CoinmuUtion Tic  keti on sale, |.;ooil ovei mil und hte.ui.ei  linen, st two and om-hall ctnti per mile.  Special trainn and steamers (or Kxcur.  lions, mid ivduced ntvi for |i,iniok mny  be srrnnged fni nn spplicstion, to ilia  Dint, )-s������4, Asjcrd at Victoria.  '1 he ���������Companv ret.ervet ths right lo  chsngc without previous nniice.titeiimeri  .sllinK daiei and hours nl milm^,  ICxrurimn 'lickeis on ShIb Irom snd lo  ill Simians, jjnnd lor going journey Sat*  uiduyand Sunday, reluming not later  han Moni'ay.  nr   fh"   fn|l'������,"!������*;   liiil'i;  Nn,8-nommpiioinp! n-l a post mnrvJ-t W. TIIOUP, Oan. Sop. HP, fl<m������t Hsr,  nd soitth-onst ooruer of claim No, 2. &< h, OOURTNKV, Dili Frl, ft 1 ass. Ag.  plneod about 20 chnins west from tbe ���������mmmmmmmm���������******���������  i i,i    i  NtrriCK Is horob*- Riven that ������0  days after dato wo intend tn apply to  thu lionoraliln the Chief Coiiunitf  slonor of I^tnds and Works fur A licence to prospect f,ir conl and petroleum under the foreshore mid und*r  Um wster and on ihn lends In Cum.  ������ix    district    dnscritmit   as follow*:  j I'mriiin'riilnii ������l a |<ohI |ilinl)>d nl tbu  im-tri ivpsf     rnrttitr ol f'lslni  Sn   fl;  jthi'iiri* north alurit 10 ili������ h "hii'v  H -QW eTKWAl.T   Af.ni   w,^t, nlmi't ������J."i iliiliit    ���������)������������ th.* ������li������*n';  flvncc ������iii!iM'(<rl������    i'o������ln������ 'inr tlu1 sinu-  vaulh-enst corner of Section 82. D?u*  mnn Island running west 80 ohnlns,  thenee mrth 8(1 eh tints, thenee enst 80  chains, tbenoo south 80 ohnlns    tb  the point of oommenocmont.  U.itod tliiv 22nd dny of P������bruary,'08  UAHHV  MeOLlSKY,  II'. Oil  STKWAIIT,  Ageut  Notiee Is hereby glmen tbit ho day*  nflsr data I Intend to apply to the  IfaiMritble Chief  Oommlssioner     of  Landa and Works tar a laata et   tb*  foreshore opposite tba west aid* of  Section* 83 nnd SS, Denman Island.  D tod tbls tind d*y ol Fibrusry.'OS  UAI'.UV   MeCU aii\,  m'Olf 8TRWART, Aftnt  Not|#e |s b'T by glnn tlmi So days  ultor dato, I luti'ud to apply to tbo  l|onpiMb)f* Vhb'l Oommlmioner ef  lauda and Worka for ������ llaoiwe to'  prospoot for oo il and petroleum und  er tb* following lands j.  No. 1-Oomwonolug at % pott mark  ad snu(h������weat corner of (Jltlm No. I  ptaetd about 80 obalna west from  auulbtSMat corner ol H>*otion U \i\>n*  man Island, thane* running eaat 80  ebslns. thmr* uortb 80 ehiln*, thmoe  w*m 80 ehilns, thenee south lOohilm  to point of eommenmnwU,  D*ted tbls 12nd Any nt February.'Ot    UUtiU  ������rBWAK?, THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA;  -3  P.  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Conveyancing  Cumberland    B. 0.  f lien in Dumlierlaiid  STAT AT TEE   VENDOME*  tS     AU. CONVKNIBNCBK  FOB  GUKSTH  Thk Bar is 8up*ux������. with  Best Liquors and dinars  J. R. BANNERMAN.  0. H TARBELL  ?liIGH GRADE STOVES  And  all KITCHEN IUTBNSILS  i ���������  i ���������  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  thw*w>**>^^^^*>,<^^,������^0  "Wood's Pkospiodifte,  The  Great English   llemtity.-  ' Tones and invisarntostlio whol'  knorvojia EystoiH,   inukos   ins,  pBiood1n-Old*VeinK"C,i*;r,f������-A*rrvJ  otts Debility, Mcnl'U and Brain Worrv.Abi.- -*  poiultncy, Sexual Weakness, MiMSHions, Sh  nwiorrhaxt,, and Effects ofAhiiseor Jixc������is*i  trloo tl per box, sis (or $S.  One will ploasu. f.. ���������  ���������vrilloaro.  Suld by all drnffffiats or limited  by _.-������������������   . on receipt ot price.  ATct������ prem-rW,  frte.  '        "       ���������   - ���������  {fomorlK Windsor)  plain plur.  miaHedfret  pt or pi  The Wood MMtloins'Oo.  Toronto, Ont.  fciok's Cotton Root Compousd  The groat Uterlno Tonie, and  only BHro oil'i>c*.ufil Monthly  Regulntor on which women mn  depend. Bold in throo degr  ot fitrcnjjtli���������No. J. fl; fo  tn  eo  Oh  Oi  v  u  m  a  V  W  >i  tt  [Continued]  along tbat he wouldn't be tnoeb of a  comfort to his friends afterward lf  that gun did land ou htm.  Still, be wasn't so awful dead, for as  we jumped for the horses he kind of  bitched himself to the rock, and, laying the rifle across it and working tbe  lever witb his. left band, be sent a  hole plumb through my hat,  "Bully boy!" says I. I snapped at  him and smashed tbe lock of his rifle  to flinders. Then of course he was our  meat  As we rode up to blm my pard held  dead on him. The Injun stood up  straight and tall and looked us square  ln tbe eye. Say, he1 was a man, I tell  you, redskin or no redskin! The courage just stuck out on him as he stood  there waiting to pass in his checks.  My pardner threw the muzzle of bis  gun up. "D���������n it!" says he. "I can't do  it He's game from tbe heart out  But the Lord hnve mercy ou his sinful soul If he and I run foul of each  other on the prairie again!"  Then we shacked along down to  Johnson's and had breakfast  "What became of Frosthead and his  gang?" Oh, they sent out a regiment  or two and gathered him in���������'bout  twenty-five soldiers to an Injun;' No,  no harm was done. Me and my pard  were the only ones that bueked up  against tbem. Chuck out a cigarette,  Kid; my lungs ache for want of a  smoke.  irroe pami  teKMiwimiOe.,ToM������iTo,  10 dogroos ctHiDser. ,.. ���������  fer special ctwor, 8S por box.  Sold by all druggists, or ecu  irvpala on receipt of prioe,  phlet. AtlaroDs: Tn������  MT. HorvterlvXViiimWt  | Russian Fairy Tales.  , A book of fairy tales wus once the  cause of tho oxpulslon and conseqiii'iit  ruin of 175 persons nt Poltava. A pupil nt one of tho state schools thoro  ���������was caught in the act of rending this  took of fairy tales, which hnd licpu  jrrol-dblted by the censor on the grown!  that'certain of tbo titles might be applied to Russian conditions aud Riis-  elun politics. Tbe boy explained thnt  the carrtakor of tho school bull dings  had lont blm tho book. Tho prlnolpnl  of tho school reported the enrotnkor tn  tho polico, and ou tho ground of this  denunciation tbo offender wns sent to  Slborla.  Tho officials cf the Institution, to-  gethei* with several parents of pupils,  warn an Indignant nt Iho conduct of  the principal thnt tliey drew up ii pro-  toBt describing his dunimotntlon ns R  moan and dosplcnblo net. Tho only  couwquonco wjjs Hint the ofllclnls lost  their posts aiwl, together "with tho resident* who bad signed the protest, were  unpolled from tho province of Poltava  Cor tbrw yonr*. Tho ordor of expulsion wo* ���������jctondoil to nil the rotative*  of tb* offt������ti<16rs, so that 17R persons  were sentenced to thi* icvero punish-  meut ou account of a liooli of fairy  talon which lu otbat countries |* given  to arary child to roud,  WhlttUr's llmpl* Lift,  If Whlttler bod est rod for money ot  docloty, bo eoold buve had his own  way In Ilottou, but ho preferred the  elinplo llfo to tip found mit of town  What ho might hnve rogiirdml as n  nuto of wealth did not ovorbike blm  until hi* alxtletb year, when be received flO.onu for the first Prtltlon or  "BuowboundV' and It was ten yoor*  lator before be yleldod to tho wish of  Bostonlnns to do blm honor Here wn*  a man twrn and ronred In hard olreum-  Mnnoss, wbo mndo Rllppot** nt n profit  vt H cent* a pair while Uo enjoyed bis  Met term al lluvci'hlll ucudcuiy, oho  bad littlo liking for social or ncmlomlo  pursuits, wbo spent more of hi* tlmi*  awsy Croqi Uio mo cnlh'd literary ecu*  fer*, uud yot who lived to enjoy sum  fame as has como to not more tbnu n  do*ou oilier Sow ICiigliindDrs. The ni"  cr,'l of bis row suwes* Is not bard tt:  find. He wn* tho poot nnd evangel of  a gront liberal em. It wns hi* rrln-i  pics n* much ua hi* versus that math  Whlttler famous and InfJtitmtlnl.-  Watblttgtoii Time*,  WANTED���������To hlrofor Jine  ami   July   Durham   Dull,  Stu  turuis,    John     Iviiigln.  JlollllON   f'oiuux,  lVii.  CHAPTER II.  OW did I come to get mysell  disliked down at the Chanta  Seecbee? Well, I'll* tell you,"  said Iteddy, tbe cow puncher,  "The phiy camo up  like this.    First  tbey made tbe Chanta Scechee into a  stook company; tben  tbe stock company put ail their brains In one think,  and says they, 'We'll make this man  Jonee superintendent and tbe ranch  Is all right ut ouce.'   So out comes  Jones from Boston, Mass., and what  be didn't know about running a ranch  was common talk In the country, but  what he knew about "running a much  was too much for ouo man to carry  around.   Ho wasn't a bad hearted feller iu some ways, yet on tbo whole he  felt It was an honor to a looking glass  to huvo the pleasure of reflecting him.  Looking glass?   I should say he hnd I  And a bureau und o bootblucking jigger uud a feather bed and curtains  and truck in his room.   Strange rollers  used to opon tlieir eyes whon thoy saw  tbat   room,    'Dello-o-ol'  they'd   say.  ���������Whoso little birdie have wo bore?'  And other remarks that hurt our feeling* considerable.   Jonosy, bo said the  follows were a. rank lot of barbarians,  He snld It to old Neighbor Case's time,  and lie and tho old man came together  like a pair of Iwtis, for Jonosy had  sand ln spite of his faults.   That wns  a light worth traveling to see.   Tbey  covered at loast an aero of ground;  they tore tlio nlr with upper swuts and  cross swlpo������;'th������'y hollered, thoy Jumped nnd they pftrbed, nnd when tho difficulty was nd J listed wo found that  Jonosy'* oont wns painfully rlppod up  the bnck nud Nolgbbor Cnao hnd lost  his false tooth.   One crowd of follow  pattod Jonos on the hack and snld,  'Never mind  your  coat,   old  horso*  you'vo licked a man twice yoor nge,'  nnd the other comforted Neighbor, nny-  Ing, 'Novor mind, Case, you enn mm  your mind by thinking bow you hondod  up thnt rooster aud ti* fifty pound*  lighter than yon.'  "Jonosy put ou nlr* nftor tbnt.   H������  felt bo wns n bunt cltlwn.   And then  he bnd tbe mlafortune to *|ie*k bnrnh*  ly to Arlnmu Jeukiii* whon Old Dry  Bolt wn* In liquor.  Tben be got roped  und dragged through tho slough,   lie  i'1'lod llko n I in by whllo I helped hlm  >u*ra|K> tho mud off, but not because  ho wn* seared!   No, slrl   Thnt Uttlo  nut wns full of blood nnd murder.  " 'Vou mark mo uow, Hod,' soy* he,  iho   Umt*  making   had   lam)   water  (���������purse*   through   the   mud   on   bin  I'hpt'ks.   '{ shall Ure upou Unit man  rho first tltuo I see blm    Will you  iud mo jmir revolver'/'  "J.onl,  Jones,  too born,'  any*  1  I'WI   JUU   go   MiilulUit   UU;    Hlttll   Ollt)  "mt jvltv* ns ttvit Ki'i'ji hi'' wirjcc  ntll ho npologl:i*K Put Homothlnq  irmfiil lu III" gnih; but, us yon hnve  ���������,.pvi( for the Almlglil>'H hnmllwork  i������ rcprt'ii iimiI h,v wnir |m*i'kuu, don't  i'i n gnu on Arlumii JcukliH Tliat'y  ,v ������>i>������������ \titi\tt, tt������- f>������>u \ tat,* tunn uo  oily.'  "'D-d-darn hlmT snivel* Joneay.   "i  ln't   afraid   oo<������f   lilm.'    nnd   fbe  iiiiigu liu't la ihnt he wuuu't.   Well,  miw Ik* was Id siu-b n taking that  ��������� might do Kiitiii'thHiir foolish nnd got  lit, no I K'H'H t'l Arhfiua, atul nays I,  Vou  ought  to  npologlM to  Jooo*.'  .'Iml '/nm  iv|iMin| nln'������ n'orfh rvp^nt-  ���������g    'And you along witb blm,' be  Inds up  ������������������Nmv, ain't lb������t chlldlsbf I mya.  \ wit flatter like you thnt enn shont  ,;.������iii v, l,h I'liinT hand and yet nln't  gcoftit.'.-   i'.oittgb ut CAW ibt< feel-  ,,-* nt it i-.,ir 'title devil that's fair  .UHiliig with nbdjoef  "���������Well, what did he want to tell me  to shut up my mouth for? cried Old  Dry Belt "Men bave died of less than  that'  "'Aw, shucks, ���������Sony,' 1 says. *A  great, big man like you oughtn't to  come down on a little cuss who's all  thumb hand side and left feet'     ^  "'That be Mowed,' nays be, only be  says It different 'I'd like to know  what business such a sawed off bas  to come and tell a full grown man  like me to shut ap his mouth. He'd  ought to stay in a littlo man's place  and talk snssy to people his own size  When be comes shooting off his bazoo  to a man that could swaller him wbole  without loosening his collar It's im-  pldenco; that's what It to.'  "'Well, as a favor to me?" 1 says.  "'Well. If you put if In tha.t way-I  don't want to lie small about It'  "So Arizona goes up to Jones and  sticks out his band. There's my hand.  Jones,' he says. 'I'm mighty sorry you  told me to shut up my moutn," says ne.  " *So am 1,' saya Jones heartily, not  taking in the sense of tbe words, but  feeling that lt was all in good Intention. So that was all right nnd I  stood in with tbe management in great  shape for fixing up the fuss so pleasant. But it didn't last. They say nothing lasts in this world. There's some  pretty solid rocks In the Coeur d'Al-  ene, however, .and I should like to  wait around and see if they don't hold  out, but I'll never make it I've been  in too much excitement.  "Well, the nest thing after Jonesy  got established was that his niece  must come out during vacation and  pay him a visit. 'Jeerusalem!' thinks  t, 'Jonesy's niece!' I had visions of a  thin, j-aller, sour little- piece, with  mouse colored hatr plastered down on  her head and un unkind word Cor everybody. Jonesy told me about ber being in college, and then I stuck a pair  of them nose grabber specks on the  picture. I eau stand most any kind  .of a man, but if there's anything that  makes the tears come to my eyes it's  i a botch of a woman. I know they  may have good qualities and all that,  but I don't like 'em, and that's the  whole of it. We gave three loud .  groans when we got the news In the !  bull pen. And I cussed for ten mln-  nte3 straight,. withouj_.rei)eating_m.v^.,  1  WATSOSP&  Ming of Mcotch Wiiiskies.  The HUD80NS BAY CO  Sole Aaentsfor 8 C  self once, when it so fell out that the  members of the board rolled out out  way the day the girl had tb be sent  for, and Jonesy couldn't break loose,  and your uncle was elected to take  the hut-kboard and drive twenty miles  to the railroad, i didn't mind the going out, but that" twenty miles baok  wltb Jonesy's niece-! Say", I foamed  like a soda water bottle when I got  into tbe bull pen and told the boys  my luck.  '"'Well,' says Kyle Lambert tnat'������  what you might expect; your sins huv������  found you put.'  ���������"No, thoy alu't; they've caught me  at homo as visual,* ������nya I.    'Wotl, I'I  give that eastern blosr-om an idea ol  tho quality of this country, anyhow.'  So I toga myself up In the awfullest  rig I could Uud; strapped two ca'tvidge  bolts to mo, every Uolo filled, nud n  gun in every holster; put candle grensrj  on my miiBladie and twisted the ends  up to my eyo winkers; stuck a knlfo  In my hatband nnd another In my boot;  threw a shotgun and a rifle bi thn  buckboard    aud   pulled    out   quick  through tho colt poiih bofnro Jonosy  could got his peeps nn to mo.  . "Well, sir, I wns JniTod witless whon  I luld my eyes on that young woman,  I'd had my mind mndo up so thorough  ns to whnt sho must be thnt the facts  knocked mo cold,   filie wns lht������ sweetest, linndRouumt,  heiillhli-fit  fcmnlo 1  ovor soo,   It would mule you bcltovo In  fnli*y stories ugnln Just to look at hm*.  Sho wns nil the things n mnn ovor  wnntod In this world rollod up ln n  prl/,o pneknge.   Tall, ruuud mid sooplo,  ilmhor nnd sprlnrry In hor notion ns n  thoroughbred and with Komolhlng mod-  ost yet kind of during In her f:i������o thnt  would remind yon nf n good, lmnoiit  Iki.v.    Rod, whhv iird lilnclt u-oro tho  colors she flow,   Hnlr nnd uytw blnck,  cbookn and lips rod, nnd tho rest of  her whlto.   Now, there's n pllo of difference In thorn colors; when you sny  ���������red,' for IiikImico, you nln't cleniwj  up the subject by n sight.   My top  knot's red. but thnt wnsn't tho color  of hor fhookn.   No; Unit wns n color  I never nnw lieforc nor *lneo.   A roso  would look llko n tomstor alongside of  'em.   Then, ton, I'vu soon black oyo*  sn hnnl nud shiny you could cut gins*  with 'did.   And ngiiln thnt wasn't hor  stylo.   Thn only wny you could got n  notion of whnt thoni <>yo������ wore llko  would be to look nt 'om; yon'd remember 'em nil right If you did.   Boom*  like tin* good I/inl was klud of enro-  loss when he built Jonosy, hut when  ho turned  thnt girl out  ho played  wpiare with Iho fiimhly, ,  "I nln't whnt you might call n man  that's eiiflly disturbed lu hi* mind, but  I know I wiys to myself flint Ant dny,'  ii i tviiM ikii .war younger, young  lnflv. tVcvM never In;-; you kui cwt  ngnln.' (tee. mnn! There wn* a time  when I'd hnvp pulled the country ap  by tho ruotN Inn I'd lum> bnd tbnt glrli  I notice I <!<m't full In love so violent  ni the yearn roll on. I can squint my ,  v),v uMt ti.f i.uii* now ami *wiy, *\w������  that's n biMiiilfiil hnnd, but I reckon  I'd Mt������r stay out,' and Iny 'em down  without ��������� sigh, whorra* when I wns  n young f.-llcr If I hod three ace* In  night I'd rnMp (be rest nf the gntherin*  right ont of tbelr foot lenthir-or gel  wiugfif if It. T'mwHy f gut "aught nt  It for a mnn couldn't run tb* mint  long with the kind of \neb I have.  "Well, I was plumb disgust** with  the fool tray I'd Hggwl myself tip, but  fortunately f<w me. tiarrettb. tt># atn  tlnn mnn, came out witb tbe girl  Ttierr"* ftcrtdy, from jnitr mnrb. now  nis'sm." any* be. nnd ������Vi) he eungli  ���������������������*���������?��������������� of titi- -Whft'n ttm tnttter. WrtJ  Are tbe Injnn������ tip?  "Lijirrngli. was a serious lrlshmnn,  and that's the mournfulest * thing ' on  top of the globe, and, besides, he believed anything-you'd'tell.him. There*  ain't any George Washington strain In  my stock, so I proceeded to get out of  trouble.  'A"-They atnlt up_e������������ctlyJLBa.TaJ ,_ibiit,  lt looked-'as if they were a leetle on the  rlRie, aud, being ns I had a lady to look  out for, I thought I'd play'safe.'  "The color kind of went out of the  girl's cheeks.   Eastern folks are scandalous afraid of Injuns.  . " Terhaps I'd' better not start?' says  she.  "���������Don't you be scarf, miss,' says  Darnigh. 'You're a)! light ns loug as  you're with , Red-he's the toughest  proposition we've got iu this part of  tho country.'  " 'I'm obliged to you. DarrngV says  I. Ue meant v,-ol1, but boll's full of  tbom.people.   I'd hnve given u mouth's  WUgos for ono.lU'U nt lilm,  "1 stepped up to hor, with my hai  in my band, "Miss Andre:!.' sn.vs 1  (sbo was Jonevy's Pirlor'n child), 'll  yon como along witn mo I'll guarantee  you a safe journey, If any harm  reaches you it will bo after ouo of tbe  liveliest times ln tho history of tho  territory.'  "At thi* sho laughed. 'Very woll,'  sty* sho, 'I'll chance It Mr, lted.'  " 'His name alu't lied,' puts In Dar-  ragh, Bploi'nn, 'Ills nnniu's Saunders,'  Wo call hlm lted becausa uf bis. linlr.'  "'I'm sure 1 beg your pnrdon.' snyn  Mis* Loys, all of u fluster,  " That's all right, ma'am. No dnrn*  ngo done nt all,' tmys I. 'It's tisolcsa  for mo to try to concent tho fact that  my hnlr ls n Uttlo on tho auburn. Vou  mustn't mind whnt Dnrrngh say*.  We've had n good donl of hot wtiatb������  or lately aud his brains have gono  wroug. Now hop ln and we'll touch  tho breozo.' Bo I piled hor trunk In,  nod away wo flow.  '���������Dud and Dandy woro a corking Uttlo team. Thoy'd run tho wholo dia������  tanco from tho railway to Uio ranch  If you'd let 'em-nnd I never Inter-  TO THE1 PUB WC.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL,  WCENCE.  n NOTICE is hereby given  that  one month from dato I intend to  a^ply_Jto^tke_lSiipei:inteiident-of--  Provincial Police, Victoria  for   a  We solicit,"'your subscription to  ilie^CirM:BERi������AND-N,EWSra-w���������ek-  ly 'journal, published in the city  of .Cumberland and having a  'subsiantiial circulation, through  various paVts of British Columbia!  This journal   will contain in I  formation and news concerning APPLICATION FOR HOTEI^  renewal of. the Hotel Licence held  by me for tlie Elk Hotel situated  at Comox,  ���������  (Signed) GeokgkG. Macdonald  Dated 28th day of April, 1908  the great Coniox agricultural dis  trict, and places  of importance.  We also beg to draw your at  lention to the fact tliat.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 visiting card, an up-to-date ui<?im or  programme to a mammoth poster.   Legal stationery a specialty.  Mail    orders. ' will    receive  prompt attention.  Yours very sincerely,  Comox & Cumbkri<ani>  Publishing Co.  FOR SALK���������Tho liounu on  Dmisiiiiiir iivouuo now occupied  iih n boarding house, apply nt tlii������  olllco.  'LICENCE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one mo'.it'li from date I intend to  apply to the superintendent ot  ���������Provincial 1'olice Victoria, ior a  renewal of the Hotel Licence h'-ld  .h/me for the Port-Augusta Hotel,  situated at Comox, B.C.  (Signed) J. B. HoiMRS  Dated 28th day of April, 1908,  Call and isulii-cribc for the Cum-  borlnin'l Nowh.   ���������   FOU SALTC~-Two tii<w runcli  o������, 120 nml  100 iicivh, ut IJitli  Uivor.   For partiiMilnrn npply to  Antlurton Ilron,, Ooniox.  FOR 8AI.E���������Ono jwoy hull  IS ii'onths old, Onojoi'Hoy hull  calf fl montliB o'd, Uoth in ox-  eel lent coiuHtlon. Win. Roy,  LOST���������Nenr Courtenay, one  iniilnt'llii in cover. Finder will  pleitKc ittutn toTiF. Hudson or  \f C'jv.o: !������n!:< :v, Ci :11c:;.  1'.. M \ nrwood catnc up from  Nuiiuiniu on Monday's l.oat.  */ itcppul un to In t; tHlti tap hat In my  hntuL"  forcd. A ntralglit Hue nud tbo keen  Jump hits rw������ nil rhrlit when I'm gnl'ig  some pince, nltliuugh I mu loaf wiih  tho nest man on wratfrm. Ho we  mlMWd most of tbe gulleys.  "Tlw ponies were snorting nnd pull*  ing gram, tbe Imcklxwrd fiounclnf  liehlnd *em like n rubier bnll. nud v>a  more crowding Into Ihe teeth of the  n<-*!fc������r������*t wind, *hkh maik it win  n* tt mm mere traveling too por ������i������nt  t*Hcr thnn n Dutch clock would  ������bow.  1,,  Iv.li.  AiiiVI IcIUI-  iu d on Mondays boat.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  L.'CKNOE.  NOTICE is hereby given that  one inoulli.fi'om datt* I intend lo  apply to the Stiperinlendetit of  Provincial Police, Victoria, for a  Renew a] of the Hotel Licence  held by uie for the Lome Hotel,  sitimted tit'iCouibx, B. C.,  "[Signed) S. J.- Cupi'k  Dated 28th day of April, 1908  ��������� I'linii    '   ��������� 1  ��������� 1 "* -inK.1,1  APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OK-HOTEL LICKNCE.  Notice is luneby given tha' one  mouth from date I inland to ad-  ply to tin* Superintendent of Pro.  vineinlPolico, Victoria, fur a trans  fer of the Hou-1 Liceuci* held l������y  me for the Palmer Hotel, .situated  at Bayne S'.'iiud. from myself to  Tolm. R Johnson & Thomas Rip.  ley  (Sinned)   W. F. Ramsav  Diitcil aStli day of April 1908.  APPLICATION Vt.\< HOTEL  LICENCE.  TSOTICi: in is hm-by given  Mint one nioiiih Imm date wr in.  tend to .ipply to the Siipcrinten.  dci.t ol I'rovincii-l Police, Victo-  rin tor'Mi \hdt*\ \ Au-cwt* Inr th^  Pnlitu-r Hotel, si Minted  at Hnyne  ^Ollllll.  (Signed)  JoirNK.JoHN.STOK  Thomas Kipi.hy  liiitni 2MU UH) ol Apul -\*on,  NOTK'B.  Wtliiip on loflonmtivi-tt nml   mil  nny cut* of   tin*   Union   foJIiny  C������ti pany by nny ptwtn  or \mr  -mi ��������� ju'tpt ri*ife vw- in slrirlly  pnht trxl.    1*mpioyew rtr iul*  net iii tninca! fa allowing nntn*  Hy orlcr  Francis D, Littj  Mson^er  APPLICATION  FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  Nolle** is li������*tt*l>y j������ivm thnt one  month from date I intend lo ap*  \l\\   lu iii*. .S.llKl,UlCl..l' t.i tli'PfU.  yiHcial I'oliiM. Vict*irin foi ft rett.  ewd of flu* Hold I.ifi-nrr Js������h! hy  mr lor Hit* C'mrU-n.iv Ilottl, sit-  jiiated at Cn;:titisa> B. C.  I        ,>i������md������ |.������iN R. |oilM5TOM  JDutcd 2Mb day of April, UjoB ,,t���������,tmV,*'mKm*m-.  THE NEWS, CTO1BEB&AMD, B&msff COLUMBIA,  ., WEDDIN   GIFTS. ������  The Battle on Parliament  Kill, Ottawa.  At Stoddart, the   Jeweler  You h������ ven  L,argm Stock to Select From  I Cut Glass, Sterling Silver ������  I   ..are the right goods for wedding gifts.  BUTCHER SHOP..  Whoro sre you gotngt 1 ������ra going tof'the Coni-x Co-operntive Mon*  Market, v'hore I mn get n Nioo, Tender, Jfcitjy KGiwt.of Aleut: No Bone.  All Moat.  Comox Co-operative Society,  B. Webster, Manager.  -*r-  Pacific Coast Grown  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  Seth Thomas, Wa'ltham, Rockfojd.     Have a large  |j stock, both Hunting and Open Face,   in Gold,  Gold  *j| Filled, Silver-and Nickel Cases on  hand. Silverware  I Clocks and /ewelry. REPAIRING NJSATLY DONE  I all work: guaranteed.  I % b. Mclean  Some very fine specimens of the  ������������������Speckled beauties" ���������wero brought  into town on  Sniythurst which he canght in the  Oowitoi-ay. river.' ������������������Lige" didn't  go fishing ulone.  Don't forget the''Dramatic En-  ftoi'tainment to bo given in the  Cumberland Hal) on next Tuesday  evening. There will also be *'  .���������dance afterwards, come and enjoy  .yourselves,  NOTICE���������Mrs. J, Marsdomof  Cotirtenay, will deliver milk each  evening to the public of Cum ber-  luixi,  Commencing .May 20th.  Mr. Swan, of Den man, camo up  on W-dnosday,shoal nnd returned  $ dim lay.  A. McKnight icarno up onWed-  ���������nosduy and returned Saturday.  Kiuli Clinton loft on a viHit to  VjVloriu. Sho will bo the gmmt  ���������of Mrn. K. 1). Littlo, nt tbolligli-  bunk   <*���������   Thno ban booii ������ clmrige in the  overlu.id uuiil; instead of It nrriv.  i'm <ni SiiHinhiy, the now jkihIkI  .iirniiigfiiients is thnt Uie mail will  nri'ivn it,)  HiMiiluy   meriting h*h)  It'if. i...'i .\("inluy morning.     Tli'To  Mill 11* in- iiiii 1 Horten on Hiiuduy,  Mi- i'iki>t, Mr. und Mm. Alex  W;.),,,, .,i���������! Mr. It, il. Uoliert-  n :;   bf  f'.r   Victoria S-iturday,  Fiii;v !"������"-< Cards, I'iano Polish  u' ! Vi->!iu Sij'ingi* fur *alo by  D.  I 1    Mnt,.l:   ���������1^ -  ���������<���������  in tin* action of Piivtiro Va Onv-  illt-i'M fbt' filuiiitilf wiih awarded llm  emu ot $70,00 and t>,,Ag, ll eatis-  /action uf Ihh claim lor damages  lor ������������wmlt canning piwonal injury.  Mr. .''. P. HarrUm, uppiwud  ftjr th" j'litiutin'* hihI 11. A. Dillon  J|lf     Jill"     ' ���������'.'fl'". HI!    -  d. William* ami Wif������ left tor  tn.'OMCuuuiryon tl.ot^imii C'ty,  l������t-t Tnn-.tl.ijr.   OlUTCAliV  IV' Imve jiwt received tho end itf*.-  f  ),   .!    Jiof  JlwC.   *-r*9* tt*  <.-,.) |-v? u   ,*������������.> i,ie*l at th" .hiMlw  Iln* < il -tu Saturday !**t.  Base Ball Match  We quote the following from the  Ottawa free Press April 20th,1908  The elan   Mucin tyre took the  warpath last Wednesday afternoon  :,nd smoth the opposition.    Thoir  battle plan had more of strategy  in it than the whirlwind rntfh that  spelt viefory for Prince Charlie's  Highlanders -M Preston Puns, but  it was quite aa effective    Mr, G.  Ii. Macintyre (South PerthJ was  llie fi rut in the fray,   by  pre-ar-  rangemont, the object  of  his attack being the amendment moved  hist Monday   by Mr Monk, on  motion to go into supply.,- which  proposes to abolish paying  <ot bo-  miBCB to booking agents of immigrants, and which was made the  basis of a general  assault on  the  Governments' immigration policy.  Air.   Macintyre   made a   direct  frontal attack on the Opposition,  dash and 'skill  characterizing  lm  efforts.    Mr. W..   Macintyre of  Strathcona ably secondey his   colleague.    Between them the Mac-  Intyres were able to show that Opposition had again repeated the error they bye so Often fallen  into  this session of taking up an unten:  able position   with  the  ramparts  for the Vtitm, Garden, Luwn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approved varieties, ut reasonable prices.  No Borers, No Scale, No Fumigation to damage Stock.  Xo wiudy agents to ounoy you.  Uuy direct aud (,'ot trees and seeds that  ���������will GKOW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis, Spray  Pumps, Spraying Material, Ont  Flowers, etc,  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses aud P. O. Address��������� 8010 Westminster Road.  **- I H".���������������������^ww*w������  Vehicles. Implements,  Incubators. Etc., Etc.  Every Tool  For the  Farmer.  H"W"W"14*H  Prices   and  Quality  guaranteed  Tlw first game'of the season  held by the Oomox-Atlin baseball  league W*i3 played at Owborjand  on Suhdfiy last, between the  Union.J&f team and Cumberland  "Mixtures",' and resulted in  Union B^/ getting1 a bad beating,  ���������score 8 to .1 in favor of. Cumber-  land. The gamo started at about  half -past two and was largely af-  tondody xj^iHo a mi mixsr ������f people  from tho wharf came up with the  players to witness the game. The  next imv-iplj will be played at  Union Buy next Snuday, The  train will bo free for thoso wishing to go lo see tho game, and wil]  Btart from tho usual pliwo at 12:80  p, in. returning at 7:30 in the  ovaning. Tho ���������Mofxtnros" must  he all right judging from tho way  thoy played on -Sunday, and the U.  B's. will lm\'o to got a move on  to redeem themselves. Iliirrah  for tho "Mixtures"  that give way on uie sliglitest impact with facts.  Funeral Direc-j  tor   and  Em-i  balmer  Walworth-Rolston Go.Lt(L  H,  S.o R0LST0N,   Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������ 0.  See B.    . Emde, Agent, Cumberland, B. C.  House Ralsliigf and Re-  newin;*' jj   Foundations}  Carefully Attended to.  All Those Who Contemplate Taking  International   Correspondence  School   Course  Should Write Mr. James F, McMillan,  Box 361,  , District Office, Nanaimo.    AU Communications,-  Promptly auwered;  Mr. McMillan comes tv Cuinbc:la:i-1 every few  weeks and stays at Union Hotel. There are now  over 300 Students iu this District  Cumberland,.  B.C.  The Editor, Ciiinbt'rtuml News  Kindly insert tho following;  East Wellington, B. C. May 1  11108  ('. 8. Hiibhn, Esq., Manager  Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of B.  C. Vaiicouvor, B, C  Dear Sir: Yours of the 80tli.  April to hnnd, with cheijuo cu ���������  cIiihwI for jt.silil.flfl, being amount  in full piiy/n.mt oi' claim N<��������� U-Si,  with thank*, Can assuro you I  fully Hppri'tu.ttu tho oronijit mariner in wliiehyoit fettled my claim  after ndjiMliiig Uie hiHH, J take  great plimimi'ti In eoninmiuiiiig  your eouipany to anyone wishing  tu tako ������>ut a riidh'.v wlu������ro tliey cv  yore *������Hlitlo'in itiwl ofrfii'difforM/nnl  treatment. May further ilate I  li������vo grttU'fully tief:tiowlcdgf(l d,-,.  prompt  Kettieiiimit   through   tlio  (���������nliiittu nf tlu> Mtitttiiitu Vn,f I'ffi^i  Ag'dii thanking yon and wishing  y������m every Hiu'cess. to wliteh yonr  merltH vmrrniiied.���������yours sin-  cen-ly,  D, Hot, A wit,  for ihu ulwivt? (Kiinpiny,  'M^e' ������>ays he can Wt thc r������*.  ������'������r������j for hnilding fa.fi b-'atc Did  you ***e it sail down Dus.Muuii  Avonun tot Nor-lny nlli-motm "'  The blest Mes  Stella���������Did she keep hira   at  arm's length?  Delia���������Worse; sho held him at  hat width.  Mifltroeo���������(nn   inrftlid)  Jnnt������,   I  thought I told yon to make chicken broth,  Now   Cook���������Shuro   an'Oi    did  ma'am.  Mistress���������^7oIJ, where is it?  NOTICE,  ���������������������<V������^������������������^ ������*������*���������������������������������������������������������������������   9999999^4}^4}^4}4>*mmej4te,i'9  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANAft/L      t  Capital. S3,900,000  Ke������kkvj{, $4,300,000  Ahscts,   ijUC-iOO.OOO  I>Ki������osiTa, jf.S3,7OO,000  Now Cook���������Oi fed it to th' chick-  tins, ma'am.  -e* ���������  A ContradliBtion in tormi.-Pop,  what are thoeo things on tho organ  there?  "They avo what they call8topfl.,,  "What aro they for, pop?"  "To make it go, my child?"  A Court of Revision to hear  appeals against Assessment Roll,  of tbe City of Cumberland, for  the year 1908, will be held in the  City Council Chambers, 011  Monday, May nth. 1908 at 7.30  P.M. All persons desiring to  appeal against assessments arc  required to give written notice to  the Oity Clerk at least ten days  before above date stating ground  of couiplaiut.  A. McKinnon,  City Clerk  APl'UOAW6T"pairiiOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is horedy givon that ono  month from date I mtonb to ap  ply to the Superintendent of Provincial Police Victoria for a ro-  iiewa) of the Ilotol Tdcenco held  by mo for tho Port Harvey Hotel  Bifuntod nt Port Harvey Jj. V.  [Signed]    John Maliror.  Dated 5th day of May, 1908.  '���������Going to sendyour son to col  logo?"  '���������Nope."  "Can't afford ItI"  "Oh, I can nlTord It all right, but  ho cares absolutely nothing for  nthloUce."  ") iwk'oji* wake n ihIhUV-V*  iui<l f';*' vrhw, %u fio placed the  lighted end of his cigar in his  mouth.  ���������Miutwhnn J do,"<h<*continued,  "I rectify it imiucdiatoly."  And ho rovci'sod  tho elgnr and  went on with his eonvorsation.  o          lie thought he had nerve ami he  pn<|Mi'ud fo tlio beautiful  heirei-s,  '���������Wilt thou?" lut asked pnotfeally,  "No," ������lie storiJieil WHh tmniler;  "Thou will."  And hu did wilt. Ho wilted  like s two-ply collar nt a ball  ^'iinoon nn i\ 't;'i!*t iiftiTMOtiri.  Mr. J. W. Hw������.4, manager,  f������ir M, W. W������iu .V (Vt music  1mii������S Viii������..u������������*r. ���������"������. In town litis  wm * on * btiniin*- \ialt nnd  rx-  imwiit^ t>l I t^jiiHiiilKiu-i*, ������������ii  hu -  ������<i   ....1   ti n 1      . ,    .  ���������   'iherpHkv -.ill ba noticed a tioem  The 21th May Will U������ celelifHtt'd                 ..������,,������  tt     1     t,".i ft      .      ���������    ������ cuuiiKiiiM  by    Mr.    Jww<*   -md  on Mon������l������y 25th. Ths-r.* U talk of '              . .    ,     .-  ,    .          ,    , ....          s H'hiefo HiiiK'iWW in the   Vftiiffiiiur  im* mu a tifanic nt riH'������n I'iv"''1  ,      , I S-ilnnUv Hunsrt  of April   I1)!!  that >li������y I  "?  ,cr: ',,',������������������������������������.,���������;Morto>* OrHJ*������rs������������������7,--:, ~SJT  - Ratks..  ���������'(tlandunclex --   ������J    - SCtanta  ���������Over  15 ntu*! not osci.--K.iii)!.: 810      ff CcMita  " .. "Oyer J10������nd uoi f>xt*fpdiiifrS!30     10ii;������iM  Ovor 830 and not excfe.liin-J30      liCtmie  Those Money Ordera are payable wituolt-* pour in .aay   Chartered  Bank iu Caumla. .*,'.','.  Interest Added Four *TIuie������ a Year in Savings Hank.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmmm rmm%ir jatr t  A, B. NETHERBY,   m*/a������������h;  M*)>M'������0������������*H*������������������������H 999999m*94)mi9*499*m***M>*9  APPLICATION FOIt HOTEL  lylCISNCK  NOTICK Ib hereby givon that  yno month from date I intend to  nnply to the Super! ntoudont of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hote Lloonce Iwld  by uio for tho Huby House situated  at Port Kusaiii ll, C.  Signed Kdgar Melveiizio.  Dated 5th day of May 1908,  --Specials nt the Illg Store  this week��������� New Potatoes, Asjwr  agus, Dolled Hum, Rhubarb, Ap  pics, Oranges, Cream Cheese,  alitbruia Chcebc���������Siuiou Leiser  & Co., Ltd.  IIIMilllll 1 II MM4<MaMMMBB������B>-WMWMIMMMMI  tliei Bplimdid P������rol)*������ron ������ti������JJi<������n  ���������UJUST   41734''  [ikdot, Roy.'���������  Wei������ht, l*U>.)  See   Po'st'or*  for Jtouto to begin  APRIL 8rd, 1008.  B Ckawpord, Courtenay.  Terms,    $38  In������ut*anc9  i*m**mmmnna**m*m***m  '*' ** ���������!���������    ..���������,���������.1-  '������������m.i mm, imu  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  suits amt>B to Mntmn rw  IN ANV STYltH YOU COlSH.  PERTSCT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prioes From 920 to $40.  immrn  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  >?>nntitn������iH-tii������Mi  "It's all right, Mmy," lie said,  ptdwcitiiy. "Uu io lur j/ujiu^  and stand for llie Uniitou Uoumy  County if you wnnt to. But remember ono  thing: the  cartoon-  I 1    ,,.:lt X.r ..t.   ..     ,  you*n> aeMiidhiute,."  ������������������I don't euro."  "Aiid thoy'li put yoiir picture   in  the pajior witn your hltir of curl  ���������udyour Itat un crooked,"  ���������*J>o yoa tiiiiik they would do  that if" j Apprcht-ttfividy.]  "Of course. And they'll make  yonr Pmrit* gowti������h������ok hk*i   eali<v>  ^1K, mim*   ������l������Hl ^i.IO  M..AtM\.l������ tl'-ai- ..>  Jiuifatfyii."  ������������������WiUiam." t.U*������ulr"I think I'll  ju-t alas ln-it- .iiel make thu luiiit*  happy."  *m* m  TO THE PUBLIC.  i We beg to Inform the Public of Cumberland and District that; \  ;; on April aoth wc purchased thc milk business of Mr. S. Piercy; J  * ��������� of Sandwick, and arc prepared to deliver pure milk dally, also '������  ���������' butter, eggs aud other farm produce. With careful attention * j  we hope to rctaiu most of Mr. Piercey's old customers.  Abe & Ito,  44-j-^H-h^Hhl-J-M-M-f-H+*   ���������H-H-M-H^!-M-h44-M-l������M-!-������  nmmm*m%emm������mmmmmm^me9>  I  Calcutta, May 5,-Au oxftHilii*Uoa'K������in,t^������Qov������f'"������������������t'The prison.  day cotifriin tho gravity of tho     _.    [. ,'.      ~"    ,  , ' ,        ., , , TmnMo oectired th# other d������t,  bomb conspiracy, 801110 nf those .,.,,  ,    .   -,     *     ;  .        ���������  ' betweon somo whites and Chinese,  in the hands of the police deny I   .. ., .   .  L       ,,  u u .   ..    ������ .     , ���������    ..  i **'������������������' ������"' wult that a whlto man  complicity iu the affair, while oth-1 ^ hwfiM mf u<ff,( fl ||ff^ ftwj|  ..r������ made sUrtllng admiMioiui ������t������.!a i^���������|0,   p0Hnnat������dy events 0!  thi* iintiin* am vory rare in Cum-  U'rinnd.  gariltng the inUmtioiis of the or  ganlsUHon agaln*t public officials  and of actual attempts at the use  ttt I Kim I* which  however, jmwwl  One man Raid he travehwl all  ������������trer India In ermiwetlori with the  ���������..mrmtnl. wliieb he di^ribcl M      j^ IUrfj#<m  ^  ,���������   ic%%  ft|tyi? r#voJalionary campju^** (Hil'i- wi.t  Mr. E, R. Potts, representing  P. J. Sehoihdd A ('��������������������� wa# In town  thin wuuk tn the iuterent of hi*  firm,


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