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Array ���������  t'-lf  .A������jr������'?������;*  iS  t  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,1  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, MAR. 22, 1910  Subscription $2.00 ,\ Year.  m9m***-w**9mm^^  At We "BIG STORE  SPRING 1910  Ladies are ..cordially invited to visit* onr  Millinery Department and see onr first showing of  NEW HATS  ���������*kwm*trt^Mtm0*m\m***r%  Come in and see all tho new goods now on display ir all departments, comprising:���������  Dress Goods, Eancy Muslins, Lawns  Organdies, Blouses, Wrappers, While-  wear, Infant's Wear, Children's Ready-to  wear Dresses, Lace Curtains, Door panels, Curtain Muslins, FancyoGood, Cromp  .ton's,Corsets, Carpet Squares and Linole  urns.  =ftw=tfnzir^^  Dunsmuir Avenue,  Men's Spring Clothing, Stetsons and oth  er new hats. Fancy Vests, Trunks and  Suit Cases, Stationery, Graniteware, Fish  ing Tackle, Seeds, Paints & Brushes etc  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd,  mntsm  mmm���������1���������imi���������m 1 ��������� .11 ' (������1  THE CORNER STORE "'  ITO   EVERY   MAN   THAT     WEARS  1   CLOTHES -both young and old   ....  Just drop in and inspect our Spring Stock  before buying elsewhere. We have the very  finest and latest styles.in the world to-day.    .  WE LEAD BEYOND A DOUBT and our  PRICES ARE RIGHT considering theHigh  Grade Clothing we handle.  SO, GIVE US A CALL, IT WILL BE A  PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU OUR  STOCK.  J. N. McLEOD  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  *������  mammamemmmmmmtma*mm**m^iii  TWENTY-THREE JEWELLED  ^  mm  HAMLTONS.  onJkf^atMyJBay men=ts-  J. McPHEE & SONS  RETIRING  SALE.  PROFIT WHILE YOU MAY  Selling goods without profit, in fact absolutely ru  gar-.lles>s of cost! as McPhee's are now tlohjr cannot long continue. Don't miss vour opportunity to  profit by this great closing out sale  J. McPhee & Sons,  Campbell River Showing  Signs of Activity.  "���������Victoria, B.C., March 18���������It  was announced to-day that t-h*  purchase of a right ol way from  Union Bay to Oyster river for the  projected northern extension of  the E. & .N. railway has beeu  ahout completed, and construe  tion will shortly commence.  We are pleased to hear that  everything points to a very active  time at Campbell river this summer. Parlies nre busy drilling*  for coal, and wc understand that  a power plant will shortly be  erected and will make use of the  immense water power available in  the near vicinity,  .Wo understand that the C, I'. U.  will coninence imincdialeiy to  construct the E, & N. railway  extension from Union Buy to  Oyster river and theuce loCamp  hell river,  There is ti rumor current thai  large iron deposits will he opened up before ]onj4. We flunk  that wiMtotit doubt there will he  a bourn at the Hiver this summer  j and 1 here is youd reason for cue,  I too. It is n good place to invest  iu now, before tho price ol' laud  soars ������ky high.  Cardiff, Wales, March 22.���������  The prolonged negotiations over  the new wage agreement, between  the South Wales coal miners and  thc owners have been broken off  and a strike of 200,000 miners is  regarded as iuevitnbe ou March  aist,- This strike will affect ul  together oue million workers,  including railway aud dock employees, iind others depeudeut  upon tho collieries.  Nanaimo, March aa.���������The  funeral of Gordon Plants, son of  Mayor Pltttita, took place 011 Sunday aud was largely attended,  Thc deceased had been iu ill  health for some   lime  nnd   had  just returned   from   Kamloops,  where he had spent   some   tiiuefli  for hi* health, lio   was   nineteen  yearn <rf ago, ,  TELE J"3S^ATEL3LIDI?/  Next Door to the Royal BanK, Cumberland  Firemen's   Masquerade Ball.  The Ji reman's masqnenade ball  leld on the evening nf March 17th  was a gnnid success, largo numbers  of spectators and mnsqiu-raders attending, Tho hall was vory prettily decorated with bunting, and  brilliantly lighted. Tho nnndc sup  pliud by Messrs Uuy, Morgan and  M(^ntc, was all that could ho de-  ������ired. Tho liivnuMi ������rt*to he wn-  {fratiilutcd on tho siiccc.-H of thuir'  annua] hall, Owing to list of pii/.e  winners not  being  handed   in a,*  Victoriii,   March   22.-II.    v.  Beat-ley, Snpt. of E.  h   NT.   kr  way, who has juM  returned' f,<   t  east coast poinis ui  tiie John**...,-  makes the snip.*,!*:*.::? umiomi'.'c :  mom thatvfiy hhoriiy the eowp-  any'will com mon eo   actual work  on tho extension of the line to the  Comox District, During his  trip,  ho completed negotiation*  feu tho  purchase of -x right of way, [r<iiu  Union Bay, to   Oyster   Kivcr,   a  disUMioo uf twenty-live utiles.  A>  norm im property is  secured,  toii-  dei* wiil ho inviicd  lor clearing,,  and the   work    pushed   wiih   idl  Sonoma, Cul., March ao.--  Homesick and grieving for her  mother who died two mouths  ago, Agnc-s Kennedy, a 13-year  old girl, look her life on Thursday iu au orphan's home hen.  hy swallowing carbolic acid,  Wouldn't Dunsmuir Avi-nuo be  llm bctier for a li|tb������ brushing u\>!  proiuhcl, wc* ani unnblo to pub-j������p������������t������d. The announcement of tin*  lifh it this issue. 1 move on the part of the C. P.   K,,   I iti-Hij important, one iu tnat it. im.  Wuphiiitjiou, li, c. .Maroli  al ���������Ti a J ^\m that shortly the land of tli.������  IM.01I Stiitesorui.'ou  biiiiiMitfhiim U������ki,, .. ,.,   ,        ,      ,  Imoo ordw-1 to proom.1 f-rtii^ith ���������.C;-mox valley will .brought   hm,  M*u.������ivhi, Tabor'������. uj.011 tlw ������i*iro���������t r- [direct touch with tho Pacific ninth  ;vv������t nl  tin* ':uvLTunie*.t <������������������ l<il������*Mii. 1 wotorn centres, by means.of rail*  taleli hun^n-MutRil to UinMi������������������rltp rt j w.,y transportation f:������eiliti������?.  iiici.t Umt it is jiow-oiic.^ 11 li id i'uhfi:l������ I  tlio raho'limu 1-viUi uu* in rev-'l sgiint j ������������������*    u ,.  .mm**  h.   lfa)i|.iurstiiiitii'(i������'il)������^tf iim tlw ;    London, Mureh li>   -That King  &'jr*W^ '!$&' ���������������������-* *��������� ���������������������*��������� .11 u im������  fr'l'nueli or itury In tlir ��������� outhwtt.t et I. -  lioiii, liivo rniic'ipil iigiinHt U11 I,*lM������.i*i  ������ivi'i-Mii uut, nml im Un itfiuR ' tho tt-wu  of lUr^cr. ut i';>|rti I'liuu', ������biir������ Himi  inn o(iiii'i|i>r*il)l<* nii������Ktsn r/ in'<enu*U. lli.  (ilijiiutohliu i!iH'im*'*t  ti  e&nm* to h. lu  forto thoIiiUruh (.'ovoromsut tn iiurchmw  lioaoo  Mt>. I>, Anthony united lmme  fr-nn Vnnconvor Uy Friday'* boat.  to-dny from  bronchial  tioti.lv: f*  gonoral ly believed hern,  Thc Kiiig'n phyti< iaiif hin������������ ie-  ported tint he in in ,i '>cttoi   u������u  dition, though btill ooiwjnen t������������.i,j���������  rootit,  Mr. r, RwMF,. f thi* ������Hm*. is eoafv *  to Ms hiint with ��������������� sttnok *t \������ |.'t|<l������.  r  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Union Hrrwbig ^omp/iny'.*! iUCICR and  PORTKR.     Wltolewle Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  ���������%P<������������������*IN<'**">* 4*4 w *mPa  l\Ue, ll, Mr.itiuu, (lied on;  Thursday la������t at C, Si V, Hospital i  after a proirneted illness, Tlw dc-!  tioased ludy wns .1 native of Seot-I  1.uni. 1 ne tuner.'il took place on  Saturday afternoon la������t, Kov. I!.  ������S. Iliwtiu^, offieiiithi*^.  -fO  Vr, ffnititin. tfipt'iMuntlug the  C. I*. H.. vWtril tin,- difirict JiiHt  wi������lc. in������*.*otlatiit)/ for ritfbr*. /������f|  *nt\\ f.ir that ciiuipauy .  M. MaiiHiii, M,  !��������� ,\,  on   hl-  Miiyhuirt������to C������rteJ! T>Intnl. from  hi* li^'i-litlivc duties,   paid Ciiiii  tiorhuid a vidt la������l wo-k.  NEW SPRING GOODS  JUST OlJI������NKI> UT.  amr*amei������*'r*x!* * ���������+'r*erev&m*n>t.������. j;mm  New Dress Goods, Muslins, Silks, Ginghams Chainl rays,  La-  ces, Blouses, Fancy Hosiery, etc. etc.        C.rpcts, Hli-uls, Cut-  tain Poles, (.are     Miiii������>-. nn ! Curtain Mv.Mim*.  Even'thinc   n'.'W :v,\<]  frcrh fi>iii ili    ������.������!������!.       Qi)y*\'* II) ar.<:  TAKK A LOOK Alt ������UKn.  ii  Campbell Bros,  A'-iU  ft  *}  ���������t*  A  mmf- P**t'i*Mu' t *"** -*******������������������  i***r*.,,"5's_,ti**i������;*jai*. \^ TIIE   NEWS,   eOiBEIU.ANI),   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The OaiflbB-m* m  issued   Every   T <-*>'-i*.    by  the  Comox   &   Curab^rfland  Pub ishing   Cotj pa*ny.  MADE. IN CANADA  Thi* paper wiil n-i; in,Id itself  r,i.-pon**iblo for the i>->i'Ho*isoi'oth.  **rs, as may appear in i* columns  *rom time to time.  TUESDAY, M*\R.   a i,    1910,  9  A'   LAND ACT  " -t   Form of NfUicj/  SAY|VaRD LAND DISTIIICT  *' District of Savwurd  Take notice that Tb? Uat Portage Lumber Coin pany, Limited,  of the city uf  Vonrov.ver  in the  Province of   British   Columbia,  occupation, Lumber    Manufacturers, intend to apply  for permission to purchase   the t following described   land:    Commenc  ing at a post   plant* d on  the  North-eost coruer   of   Lot 486;  thence South 80 chains, more or  less; then East 30 chnins,  moj.e  or'less; thence North So chrius,  more  or less;  thouci*.  West  30  chains, move or less  Dated this 21st day of Dec 1909  The Hat Portage Lmuber-Co. Ld.  Wil Hum M;,et*P,  Agent.  Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food.  E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.  Toronto. Oot.  Gardeir, Field  and Flower  New crop now arriving from our growers in England,France  Holland, Canada and ibe United States. All tested aa to vitality and purity on arrival The l.c*t is good enough for pur customers. Catalogue free. But-iheaB will be continued at our old  stand until May. After that iu uew location, which will ba announced la'er.       Address  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho great Utcrice'Tonle. acd  only   safe effectual Monthly  Regulatorott -which -women eaa  depend. Sold In three daereea  ot strength-No. 1, ft; No. ������,  10 degrees stronger. $3; No. %  for special cases, $5 pet DOS.  Sold l>y all druggists, or b������jc  ?     prepaid on  receipt of VtKO.  ���������1     Kree pamphlet. AddroMt TW  %Bf������������B������THSCO..TOB0NTO,0HT.ffw^Wwid������fl  Siuger Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  I  TAX   KOTIcK,  Coinox Assessment   District.  NOTICE' is hereby puvn, in   accordance with tbe S'Mtutes, ��������� that  'Provincial'ltovenne T x. and all  assessment taxes and income  tax,  -auil_SidioolJl!ax_as������2i^^  .vied illicit*r the Ass.-ssniHit Act  and amendments, and Sclinoi Act,  nre dm*, and payable "ii tho 2nd'  <ioy of .January, lUKl. -Ml taxes  collectible for the Cum 'X Assessment District ere du������ and payable  at my office, situated nt tbe Government Offices, Cunik'Hand.  Thi* notico, iu terms m li*.v, ia e-  ���������quivalent to a pers.itml demand  by me upon all peivi-u? i.ablo for  taxes.  Dated at   Onmbi'rli.'td;  IL   C."  the IOth, day of January DUO.  John Huird,  Deputy Assessor and (<'Ucutot,  Comox Assessment District  Under New  Management.  First-Class ^Board  by  the day, week or mouth.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  ���������James���������WalteKs,���������  Proprietor  ^  UMBERLAND, B. C.  Form No. 'J.  LAND   ACT.  FORM OP .NOTICE.  - Victoria Land District.  District of  Kupert.  TAKE NOTICE that A. Neville Smith, of Vancouver, occupation. Law Student, intends to apply for permisMon to purchase the  following described lands: ���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the North East corner of Lot 2  Beaver Cove, Rupert District,  thence T> chains South more or less  to the North West eo'ti'.n* of T. L.  No. 37128 thence -iO chains East;  thence 40 chains North; thence 10  chains west more or less to the  saltwater thence foil >w ing the  shore line in a South Westerly di-  rection to point of commencement  containing 80 acres more or less.  A, Nic.ui-r.t: Smith.  Name of applicant  [in full.]  Per John Mj.thuks, Agont.  Dated January 24ih, 1010.  Wood's Pkosphofiiao,  The Qrtat English Remedy.  Tones and InvigoruteBtho wholo  nervous system,  makea   nuv  , .  li lead In old Veins. Cures Kern  own Ikbilitti, Mental and Drain Worry, Jk.<  poimeneu, Sexual Weakness. Amissions, Spcr  naterrhica, and fifrets ef Abuse or Kxetsses.  Price tl pel box, six for 85. OaoMtUpluaso.u  will euro. Sold bs* all druggUta oi* mailed tn  plain plig. on receipt ot vtten. Kew ������������������ ���������������������������*" "���������*  mailed free. Th������Waod Modlolna  ...��������� *i.. m.....'.���������i Tn������������l  Satisfaction ��������� Buy a '-Grand  Duke" and have satisfaction. Union made, hand made, and made  from clear Havana Filler,   ���������  tfoiiiierly Witulsor)  'cut fiu w Met  ..Inaoo,  Ter������ntO|Ont>  ST RAYED^ITglOcreeyeow  j-3yeai*s ohl, no   marks,   also   one  yearling heifer,  pure  red.Owner  cm have" samo by paying expi-nse*  Wm. Matthewsmi, Comox,   P.  C.  notich.  NOTICK v hereby p'i'ti that an  n; plication will bo mad" to the Legislative AH������embly of Iln* Province  oi British Columbia at i'x prcpenl  k������H������tion for an Act to i en pernio a  ompany wi'h power m t������ did, construct, nmintiiin and ojj** mo a rail*  wvy ot standard or narr-'W gunge,  to bo operated by etoun*. *-!��������� ctricity,  or other motive power, f ������ iho pur-  |ioh9 of fturryhiR p������8seii:.e *, logs  and merchandise, or in her, from  Hardy Bay or I'ort M'*N'il or  Mime point between ihmi. or some  other convenient poin' mir there  to on tlu1 Kiwt Uowt iif Vancouver  ld'ind tn iWt Harbor nn nm \Vi������Ht  mm of Qua'.idi'O Hound, or "������i ������ nne  polul on liuparl Ami, lluitlrii'O  Hound, or m a c<mvwiifir (."int uu  (pint* iim tt'imd in Hup*" District,  Vi'iiotiver Iduiid, 1'mv- h> of I'rl*  ti������li V-idtmiMa; wiili pt*\wi to con  h tiii'i. .ii'ipi v; own anil uiiiiittaiii  v ,iivvfiti.il du*k# in t������in eciion  in������*r������i������vi!lii and to to -uuiit, ae-  t| ire, own, eherter, <\ do and  t ..iii.tai,i ctfiim and-'O.i.er vohhuIc  i,im| IfcHtc mikI to I'rwrai    It* ���������anu-  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice,  Como."; Land  District  District of Coast.  TAKE uotice that Henry Arthur Voting, of   Vancouver, occupation Muster Mariner, intends to  apply for permisidon  to purcliaen  the lolloping describ.'d lauds.*��������� >  Commencing at a po9t planted on  Thnrlow  Islunl  about one mile!  East of Green I'uint, beside a post |  marked A, P,   A.,   !N.   l<),   cor. i  thonco Went   30 chaius;   tlienceI  South 40 chains; thenco East-101  chaius; theuco ulonir shoreline to!  point of commencement, contain-!  ing 100 acres moro or less. I  Henry Arthur Young  Name of Applicant [in full]  Ambrose P Allbon,  Ajicnt  Dale Decern ber 5 th, WW,  Seeds  OP EVEUY KIND, in any  qua.tiiy, by tl.e imokago or  by tho pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  drown to suit the 13. O,  (.haute.  Form No. U  LAND ACT.  Catalogue  Free by. Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  786 Granville 8rreot  P. 0.   Box. 1003  VANCOUVER, V, 0.  ���������IViu No. it;  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Sayward Land District.  District of Sayward,  Form of Notice.  Sayward Land District.  District of Victoria.  j    TAKK notice that Philip Spi-  M'l't*, of Vancouver, IL (.!, oceupa-  i tion, Accountant, intentD to apply  TAIvlC NO PICK ih.u the Nonb tor permicsion to pureha*o the fni-  Pttoiliit Lumber (X, Ltd ,of linnet; lowingdeseribed laud:���������(Jommene  The Oliver Typewriter Company.  lyXit. tXXtnnr Wmiiniirrttcr **.d)dt*"0>  Chtcaffo, tl ��������� , U.8 A,  II. C. occupation Lumber Maimf.o* ^ in��������� ttt R p0Ht ,,iu���������u���������l oll tho Nor-  ���������������i������..intmlito apply f���������r,.������rin.y. jt,���������M,,y |)0(ll|(llll.y of ],)t m ,,Ih.  oriU.ln������u������T, ���������'-" <i0" ���������tn,,t iUcl,,,i,M ^ ,WM,, tl,W Nurt,,  triolmimmeing at a poat pUaitml 1 -������������������\������������������n������w or >aid lot; thenee  i.,������nviiHvk'iMrt������v i..*-. ..ml wailful Immef lloak lllnfff, 4 chains aial. ���������'"'."' '"" ��������������������������������� ���������������' **"���������*  .. I jo*.��������� Axett i,vii.i. *'Moi!el I oH Iks. North from H. K\ *tmw<iimm ^un^-w^vri) ftiuiiK iiio  )i.d war IMII;"h������i'������ wm. *ut-i������ oth lof U. G Lol 28, tlum North ^"'thcily bhoro of Cahnish liny  ������ puw rt������ ai.d privibv ���������'* "������l ot I'lmiin, ibonKast nhnv.t tOdinfn������ to;70 ehaiun more or h������xf������; thenee  i,.ah...1.1 o .1. ������i. any of the!*|.t'ciiil"corr. Nu.f^Mfil.thciiKouth'South 80chain*; thenco Knit 00  i, i.������rr������ -iti i"i r i <>.���������<���������;. ; iii-oin in fnmiih, imm aioiif!hiiort'nj chntm morn or lvn> lo tne pom I id  tlu*. i..i* i.'. <������ -Ity f ,f:.. v. I'H'M Mi* t.*.i������H Hay to pU������*e������d eomimo'C'. <x���������mnt.m.���������������ient, eoiiTuiiiiiiff UlKI  U .HNAIli> A li* ui v! |SUN I '->rb*tu\ iv\A lilm of,C. U. Lot 2K.    aca.8 u( |am| m���������ro or  y^  ri..liuit������������ for ������!..* m i'i c ������.'������j    'r,IK N"MV" VM'mr lV*\���������^t\ PHILIP SIMCKR        I    NOTICK U hereby Kiven lhal  '        'j       Nam������of Applicnut fia full)    i >-,) dnys after dnu> I  i-iicud to aj������-  ,'   , . J'nt  Mvt-n������,        ii������ly to iht* Na ������*iiiit������*no������'iit ���������������) i i*<  A   Cti.ih. or, Aa������mt ! ��������� ' /   . . ,, ,.      *.- , ,;,   . i  ,.t,   in mi.i. ir-u, ������m,.. .   ..���������    .    "*;'^U.|  1S*(������ .l4inmrv, PMM A^vi.t.     ,: ,,.i--..l I < . ; ;    ;��������� ,."..:t, ur. ,i     .���������  Di'fd thiittJtUh, day of Nov. VM.t. u i liquor li������t>ii������ in tho pnmiiM^  ''"'" " ]i 'in* H iiliti diWiTilicl it* tlie WtHidf  The Oliver Typewriter for IT Cents  a day!  Ploaso read the headline over Benin. Thon  its tremendous significance will ddwuup >i>  you.  Ail Oliver Typewriter - tlie etainlarr1  v s Me writer-the moat highly perfectid  typewriter aa the mark^t-yours for 17 catt  a dny I  Tba typewriter whose conquest of th  c mraorcint wo-ld is n ra .ttor of lU'ineiss  histo'y-youm for 17 cents a day!  Tne typewriter that, is equipped with  scum of suoh conveniences aa "Ths Balance  Shift"--"The Ruling Device"-Tha Dtiubli-  Release"-'^ fho LocoinoMve i;aoo"-"The  Automa i:- SpacT"-The Aatomati'i Tului-  la'.or" "The D's-uyeariug Indicator"-"Tho  Adjustable Pnpcr Kin  Hers"-'The bcieiilitio  Cor-d-m-eJ Key-  i,r,ar(?"���������all.'  Yours For 17  Cents a Day !  W'������ amiouneei this  new 8ill".>, plun it-ceutly, jtl-t to ft'ftl tho  pulsa of the people. Simpiy a am-dl cash  paym������nt-'hen 17 cents a day. That ia  the plan ia a mtshell.  Thereout has been snch a dilute of  appUoatioufj for uiaohineB that we are simply astounded.  Thc di-n ai'd comes from pe pie cf all  classes, nil ii^os, all oc.npations.  *L!iirtn"a,jiOTity*-oHiTqu"riea-haa-comft-froiii-  people of knowing finimcial stimd>n,j wh"  wero attracted by the novelty of thc proi -  (isition. An impressive d-.uionntration ot  tho im.noase p ipu'aaity of the Oliver Typ^  writer.  A 8t������rtliiig eoulirmation of our bolu-t t'ia  tlwE-a of Universal Tyj-ewiitiiiR is ht  band.  A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY with  OLIVE  TVpe!fori,teic  THR STANDARD VISIBLR WRITKlt  1 he Oliver Tvpowriter is n tnouey- mnlter  rig it fr ia t toxtitd "gd" Soeaiy to run  tliatl.e������in .om bqo*i net in'lie "cxiier,"  otusB, Kanai yni barn. Lot tlii ������m-  chi/in p 'j* tho 17 CMita a duy-and all ahovo  that a yoiirn.  When ver yea a*o, there'i work to bo  done nad mou������y t������t bo ma*l j by uhpIhr tho  O ivor. Thc brnili cn< wmld u e tlii w fir  U.iv r oj������ ji Jit r*. TIioi'ibtj ant ohoubU to  supply tlio cU>M*iid. Ti.eir ntlnrics ai������enn-  B.'dor.l'ly ii'mvo diono of urn y ultrai* ot  wirkori,  *An Oliver Typewriter in every home!'  Thut U our battle uiy today. Wo luvo  nni'o thi'O ivor Hiiprnno in utafulnniw aud  abrUllllvly illUitlpUIIHIlb o iu llUlillVt*, NuW  uumcR tlio ittmquoHt nf iho limno.  Tho ilmpliuity aod Htrcnj?tU of the Otl������or  lit it lor family unj. It ii buuomiu-4 an  imi ortmit 'mnor in the l.oino Immii������ t.f  yuni.tf ('topic, .Atiutnoat ra������ wi'll ** a  inn* ny ii i*ki������r,  Ou.* mw hhIIIiijj pUn pun the Ot vor  i n tho tliro.lmkl nf. very hotiu in Aiiur-  !(������������������������, Will you nlohit tliu il������n* of tnur  hone nr util> ,tn (his rmuarlub'o Oliver  'ijiportiinity.  A'lit* f..r ft*rtl er itvtal'H i,( our oimy  ;iffitr ami n f,*i e c. jiy of tho now Oliver  (UtitloB.      AdilroHi  PRICE BY ITSELF MEANS  NOTHING IN  ROYAL  FLOUR  The Flour with the -ABSOLUTE  GUARANTEE.  ���������-Manufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  &=Cnain=CompanjLLtd=  VANCOUVER, B. C.  The most exacting and particular Bread Bakers] are our best  customer.". Order ROYAL  STANDARD-Build up British  Columbia's industries. Every  sack guaranteed.  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Sayward Land District  District of Yictoria.  TAKE notico that the Nortli  Pacific Lumber Company Ltd., of  Barnet, B. 0.. occupation, Lumber Manufacturers, intends to ap  ply for permission to lease tho following desoribed foreshore:  Commencing at a post planted  on the sontb line of C. G. Lot 28,  at its mcetsng poii.t with the  boundary line of Lot 1, Sayward .  District and being at tin* .North  East corner of said Lot 1. Thenco  South 20 chains, thence East 40  ehains, thence North to high water mark and thence .Westerly and  following the shore liue at high  w.itor mark to point, of commence,  ment.  The Nokth Pacific Lusibku Co  LlMlTKl),  Name of applicant in full  .A. Charleson, Agont  Dated" Jan. 18th, liHO  OKDEIl  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  Puti-onize homo industry.  *..*  FOR SALE--Heavy.draft horse  and second baud exptess wagon.  Apply to S. Leiser & Co,, L'd.  WANTED���������A aiiiurttidy girl  about 15 or   1(J   years-'   of age,  as mothers help. Apply   at   this,  office. ��������� "   ���������  S.S."L1THIA  it-  Advertisers will confer a favor  liy bringing in Mioir ads, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  tlio printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  4M������������MMMiWMMM������������WaWP������l������MMMMMiMiHMM������aM������  IF VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIHST-CLASS WORK  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES1  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS-  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  Licensed for 30 passengers.'  Towing antl freighting to  all points.        '  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to��������� ���������  J, IL HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox ,H. C.  SO YHARB'  EXPERIENCE  New DrciM (tnodn, (Hughum?,  Diiuith'P, Miiclifm, Liitvi*, etc. At  (JanipU'll  Hjvfi.  .VOriC'*'��������� '** ht'T*dt\    jiiv-'i   lliiiti  ,       l||l!|ttl   Ir'tlll   ������U,I������   I      ..��������� I        i������    ;  i������nj������ly to  t'������������*   f'uii'riMt't-i'Mt   ������������fj  J* ..viticml \'*>ltin: V 1 ������*<ti.  I'.tr    !'  I,.,.|li,..-i.^fortb*'������,.-*t   ������l,rvn j JlciColTi-C .'ind    Tta        Wil   RKNT-A   I    r(,(t,,1,d;������������,'*vH������opp'i.tfl������l������r..,,i..,Htr,,n Ut  "     '     i-  ���������������--   "-���������-���������-*   " fill V    hnur** eu*\ e*mu-me. almla.    Ar.tU ' l'*H ������m,,x  U *''������'"���������  ^WUi*\ (ur iIaiuah vV (oMm KCm.ittmu vX���������.nJ^, a������������������, w.^hw.  SOcbls   Ut   TIli������S   RoI).;MrKK|v^K.tnr������I������������iMlwi<*k, 11. c.jt>fttM Fcfiiiiuri Ml,. LHH,  II.ili-l ���������itiwii-tJ ��������������� IVi   Htr.i*\, li.  l)mtrd Jatitian "Tt .  i.uon^.  I'ORSALK���������Puro brod white  LoRhorn rooHtors; this ywar'a birds,  hatehod front iniporttd ppprw,  (iiiaranUud from iho U*8t t'gg lay-  ingnlrain on the const. Price $1  each. Apply J. L������iiroiict������, Coinox  jiOHt odice, JJ, C.  Trade Marks  OlBKINt  COPVRIOHTB AO.  iitiMly MOMlnliroiir oiilnlim froc ������(mlli������r ������fi  iTtmmn ItprotiMilFmUiiii^lij. Cmiimmiim*.  miit ft**, tflntit uiwi������t fur MiwTfM Mt������nti.  Vtfwix* twwn JttnittMi muub Alb, n**ii*  Wlul tiorUf. without chnriio, In too  Scientific Jtttttrican.  niUilitJi nr atit fM������iif4tlo ]'>tirii������l, Tirinii, M a  Ittnti i}nrjtitmi.i.til fl������iaii|fiiil imwmtAiicr*.  JUiol omu������y*iu r 8t, Wuiilnutu"  mm, m. ^������. m.t  Not only is  it a   nice  mild  inioke, but  the ''Grand Duke''  Ci/,.u* ha* ;dl tltose ncc"f?aty  qualitits which ftivo ko ninth  satisfitctitin to thc Muohcr.  Subscribe   for  tlv;  Cumberhne!   Nkws  $1 5') n yonr.  ���������*w*rtrmmmmrmr**m li     "J'l 'I hjhiiih  NOTIUK '  Any person or pcrfione, cutting,  removing or taking  any   block*,  tiinbor or wood, of auy dceeriptioihi  Milntigiug to thn Wellitigton Col-  ilury Co'y., or from or off tho land  of tlio laid Company, will bu pro-i-  wsutod to tho full oxtent of thu law.  F.  D. Little.  Superintendent  WelUnfftmi f nllierv On.v  votitnt,  Rldinjr on locoumiivoi and  rail  w** mr* of  tht������  ITnhir  Polliflry  Company by any pewon   sr  j������*r������  uii<ti~"������xi'i'.pt uii* clew- -iv iili'ictly  |irohilUed.   KmployfHi  rtr iub-  ***t to<!i������Tnl^������1 for allowing sum-  U? ofd-er  PRA������ap f> Limn  Mantt^u -THE   NEWS,,  CUMBEBLAND,   BRIIISH  .COLUMBIA.  **  /*  C*  The Gumhevt&nd fleuxs  NOTICE is hereby givon that  30 days lifter date I intend to ap-,  ply to tho Moii. Chief Commission-  tu* of Lamb and Works,, for a License to prospect, for coal ami pe-  troloum on and under tho follow-  ing land 6ituatod in tho Comox  District:-���������Commencing at a post  Inarked southeast corner of claim  No. 2, placed about;20 chains wutt  from the S. E. corner of Section  32 Denman Island, running West  80 chains North 80 chains, East  80 chains, thence South SO chains  to point of cdniineiicomeot."  . Harry McCln.-ky.>'*-*  J.   F. Bnter, Age >-  Dit*Kt M'uri-h 14th, iU 10.  mmm*  Wi  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  Mlt FTJIST-WLASS-.'  CANDY, FRUITS,  ��������� CfCARS ik TOBACCOS  a  Form No. 11. ' ' ..  LAND ACT  'Form of Notice  Oiiiitox L.nd   District  , j)i.-t:*jt*t oi'Cortes Island.  ".TAKlJ-uoticri that Helen  Enll.  of 'llei-i..>t Uay, 1\   C.   oecvpat'so;  Matron,'iacemis to apply -for'permission t^ lease'the  following de  scribed lands:���������On Cortes Island,  B.'C hoing tha* portion of Squir  reUCove known as tho  nprtbe'ts"-  erly arm nnd described/as.-'follows:  ���������Commencing at, a post planted  oi"'" the    shore     about        200  yircls  northwest  of   the    north j.^;������'������������������WfcJ.JU������U   W������*Jjr  west conn:!* of timb^.imit -30S05; *f cHld   $������������$ M(Mt.*  thenco   io-ithwutorly   ulono-   the  -AND-  Walworth-Rolston Co.Ltd-  1020 Westminster Ave.*.���������-��������� Vancouver, Be  C.  tftimfierlantf livery* 4  northeasterly shoro one-half mile.-'j"'  more or less to the southeasterly *{*'  shore thonco following the south-' 4*  easterly shore in  a   southwesterly  *}*  '.*/*,- */       *Jm  direction 200 yards more or less to "���������}*���������  the '.southwesterly    shorn   thonce  4.  north westerly along the sunt lu ast  westerly shore prod uoed along the  imaginary  lino    acfosjfl   S'purryl  Cove to a point on the. northwest-  ,-   orly shorn thenco northerly alono*  tlni westerly shore  to   the   north  I   shore thenco southeasterly along  I   tho northeasterly shore to point of  |   coinui"iieeiiic'ntaud containing si.\-  |   ty(ti0| titiivi more or less.  Helen Hull, Applicant.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor.  .v emm* *-* ���������**���������������*-��������� .* **���������*���������  Dated March 1st, 1010.  NOTIOK is hereby ^ivun Unit  thirty days nftor the first publication of this notiee, I intend lo  apply Jo the .Superintendent of  Provincial Polico for a Hotel license lor tlm Port Knsam lintel,  situated at. Port Kusnin, IJ C,  for tlu; sis mouths ending Juno  HO.li, 1010.  Knlph 0, liortounx.  Dated Minili R  1(110.  Port Kiirani, .11.U.  !*%������,������ W'���������iW  .FriiST : CLASS  RIGS :.OF : ALL1  KINDS   wood  and Coal  Ditusiuuir Avenue T  CUMBERUND,   B. C.    |  ���������STRAJ'KD.^-CiiUV , i'cd and  while, without earmarks or..'brand.  The owner"can havo same, hy.pav-  inn; for this ad. J. E. Calnan,  Happy Valley.  E. 0. "Eiiide   Pipe fitting and  General repairing,  ������������������������������!���������������������% ii ji I.' *mmi:'nmr*w<iMm\umimT*n  FOR SALE���������A milch cow,  newly calved. Apply to Alex IJr-  rpihart, UoiiVlomiy, IJ, (},  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  in season at :   ..  :   D. HUN DEN'S  NOTICE  UNION S. S. CO,, of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service  between Vancouver,  Nan*.i>io Umoa, (*oaiox;. by the  steel OJvde built twin Fcmwr   .  steamer 1*<JJ,.VICHAN"  Sailing us under���������  Loaves Vmooivor, Saturday 8 *.- m  Afiivos N.uiaimo,  Sntuivfiy 12 p tn  Arrives Univin, Suml ������y G ������ m  Arriveo Comox,  Sunday 8 a ut  Uoiurniiig:���������  /.caves Coiiox. '^t.ud.iy4 p m  leaves Uoiaj Sunday 6 i������m  Arrives N-uioimo, Sunday 11 p ra  AniveB Vancouver Monday 7 a in  Stagu leavon Uuion for Cumborlnn 1 tv (  ery Sunday morning ou arrival of "'COW- j  IOHAN-," aud leaves C.irjCerlaud Holol j  .it 1  p tu,  connecting with steamor  at  (JliidU.  /"'  1/  '(*  Fort SALE���������Two houses,  on Dunsmuir Avenue. Good  terms. Apply to H. Mai tin,  Courtenay.  NOTICE.v  Tenders will be received by'the  undersigned until Thursday, Mch.  3lst, to rent Oak Bank farm, foi  a term of five years. The farm  consist* of 154 acres about one  half of which 'is. under cultivation.  Thero is a house with six rooms,  barn, stable and other, buildings.  and about one acre of orchard in  bearing.  The highest or any  tender   not  nec.i*S';ai'iiy accepted  Apply to John   iluudell  Sard-  wick, JJ. C.  is indispens&Mc in the  camp, and for all"  impromptu meah.  Adda!i'tItt������OVa!L  to your ceur.id nieiis  and jvups and note  the dilTereRce.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome. |  In the matter of  the   '-Tramway  Company*li)'*oi*poratio!) Act"  'and amending Aci.s; and   in   the  matter of Tic   x < t..;/x   and  Campbell Iv:ike   Tramway   Company Ltd.  TAKE notice that, a map or plnn.  and hook of reference showing .the.  lands presently intended to be pas-  sed over and  taken  for  the purpose of the above Company's tram  way and a genera]   descrip't),���������.���������'���������   ������������������'  the said lands, and *he   t, .i.;e>     ;  thc owners'ai-.d occupier.-:   t'..     t.  bave been deposited  .n   (be   L,iu<v  Kegisiry ollice ai :bt Ci y   f '��������� :  toria, B.O.  I  "tvWy^TMBa^^uTrl^uesday  I'  will be in town   to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables,  mud     ,-iiso       potatoes;       ,   wil]  *-*ell cheap. - __ I  Chiu Yhuk,      . j  . Saudwick'. |   '        i  * Always the same, and just as'  ijood as ever. rJ'ho "Grand Jluke"-  Cigar. *' '        ' I  Ah Ad in the News!  pays.    Try it. |  B. C Emde, r*^  and rv! n f; - >*.    ���������':,*  *  nin.j  ry]'    ..   ��������� -���������-' ��������������������������� .���������  New'-'Westuii nsic ;"���������;',;.. ;j-  ",    js'trkt. of. Nt-\y "W-Af;  TAKENOTTC^   ���������_  Send us your name and  address, and we. will mail  to you absolutely free, the  most complete catalog of  sportsmen's supplies ever  published on the Pacific  Coast.  FRASER HARDWARE GO,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  ,;Thu1au, of Lu?,.i,    : .v-l  ' tends to.apply  for p'-u:*  . purchase.ri;c 'followiii'*.' .  ] lands: ��������� Cqinn:> uci;;-, ,t  planted at the No; th E-.  oi ���������:, inohotn I-latid,  ar.ci t*n:*  iarouncLbe  snore oi   u.e  j island to 'point    of   w>.."tu-i  'ment,  containing   civ-' hu-i  acres inore or !e<;s.  ' ���������   ��������� I-VedT;*" -::.  Dated February 4th.  it?*"  Lever Brothers, Toronto, w.y.  it 11 n cake of  '.lit::*  if-fj,::  A.. **  toilet poap,- II :**<t  ���������.'-., > ���������-  :���������*;:  wv.mj.,ivwmp*rt.pw*.rrmm  ���������MrnttnnnniHM  nmmmsmmim.,, ��������� mru  *JlC*JbVSTi  rilHMMia.r������n^r|������ifWtf,*iUJH|4JCtfUM������iJR  Form No. 0  LAND AOT  Section IM  Kiipai't Land IHilricf.  District of���������  TAKE NOTICE that  Arthur  Thomas Goo.Upeod, of the City of  1 Victoria in tlio province of British  I Columbia, iH'cnpation a fnrtuor,  intend* to n|i|������ly for permission lo  p<M*''hn.\: t!li; r���������!!.,,w���������K .h^ciibiii  l.'ijjjj -V.fiintitiitcitt*^ al. a [.mut  planteil nt tnu southwcHt corner of  tlio Indian ltwrvo at Hardy Buy,  Vancotivor Inland, theuca north a-  'iuiip^ tii������ Mrctfrn nonmiary ol  Indian IUhwi-Vb thirty chains to  tlm boii'Ii lino of Timbor ricetiKc  Numpor -11)1)32, thence wcnterly  forty chafiiH, thonco southfily for.  ty chains to T*ui-Jualo Cretdc and  thonco winterly fn1biu*In������r along  1I10 .-<.iid Crcnk io llie|toint of com.  iiicricf'tneiit, anil <">nt-diii,.g o'>e  Inmdrtid nml forty (ItU) act\.*������  m in* or lo*s.  '   Arthur Tiiomv Cn.iuirtii.ni.  I)utcdil.eM,d.yof Kob. 1U1U.  P  0  ?! ���������=> -s  1*1 tl'Ji  ij M "  !.-���������  S3 fl  Z'tn*  r: a *���������<  *  8  a  'J!  n  it  a  I'  *>m  8 !���������  *>. B  ii  ���������Iii I & fr  n  ���������0  u  P,  ������  t>  u  ti 1   *2  s f I i -  * m a ���������  f * ta b 9  Sr   i it ���������,  O0SH  lA  id  u  ,1  (0  WSW  a ~  '��������� p ���������*^  1 "t i 0  1 ������ i 5  K   <   *���������  1 w I a  I -3 t ?  I fHP,  , ���������** 1** a  a 5  u.  '*  a    .  *r t  M  s  *}  \  i^nn.f mimm*mmmm  te*rmvta������^!!nt*i^1'. -s",r:?  ,*}, ������������������sVi'fir.fc.w.'  ���������I ify'i   'A-  71! I  i^^Al %i+'-x4  ������������������ I fad  hi*\ ���������  \>*T.-t  ���������''"'!&'f'fi'.  ���������<tt-''r  Y'-'-'v  ,  ROSPECTOR SHOE  V *������������������>���������;  -JitOit  ���������* If  surveyors,  leather he  The Courtenay Mote)  Kvory oonvei icn'T fnr jjucMii,  Tbe 0������nti *J Hot< 1 for Cporttmon  N'ihi^ Imi ihi> ltest nf W'inrs ami J.:ijtiiii>  11 lh" Dnr.  HATm  ttV.ASUriM.LZ  John UoHnstcn,    Pro^  AMES  HOLOEN  \*SMOZ*S AtttHAtit  FOR MEN  kt-ttr,*������"*s^���������r4.,wi.���������......  for thc man who \\a% work to do -prospectors, hunterc,  ,c.   lt is built of solid leather, choice upper slock, pure  itiftV/.,cr, solid leather hcj.*������ and folesi���������buth insolea and out-  sole'*!, every stitch perfect -rt worker's boot throughout.  Ooc.iJ leather io esr-'n'.inl in a boot of thin kind, and in thin yo1! can  rely on thn Amcs-Holden Lhcc every time' Yet we never hold thai  leather nlonn nnH ih" oV..*v'--..th*frc nr*? ���������:\''Ai-aaIva',1, ":y, ti. ���������,.!" .;,(,..*., l.Uu  \vV.!rh i:.oi ^n'.l'cr l;.*i. l-vwii put, ������iud v/uich may even ft perleci. *, ivtt  they lac'.i tho touch of thn real workman, Thread and nails wont' I.  a boot together and inol:e it give perfect service it mui.t ho houni Ia  rr-mx^re vd\U i'l^jjr?!;;. The " uru..wi'. ihl;.,,./' a'^jt a huot rti.i^ i������e  right theae count for much in the service you j/ct, mv\ it is just Ivcnu ;  of the hidden worth of the Atnei-H.������lden *hoe - because cf Ihe uw/iwc  mhiji���������Wx'. stitch on stitch attention to detail- the inspection at every  step���������lhat ym ,731 a h'^jer dil'ri*^ woith cve.7 tims you iniist uj>-..  buying the Ames-Holik-n Shoe���������thu perfect chce for men.  \.  v  ,'t  . _.*.*..���������.,������ .n:.** JCmmV-WmJ*. mt.-,���������ml  min^t*  LINE Or  mSmmmm^  "X-?"  w 0 )tV| E IM       ANT  n   \w v '   ^ v������ f* rs ���������*% r; r   w  J THE KEWS, CLMHBKLAMD, HHITISH COLOMBIA.  i  OUR LINOLEUM  ! Sale Still Continues.  A full range of; uitenis, regular 65c. Now SOo ������q������ yd  M:;^>!-&a  ifJMtawnwiiiw  A new stock of lion Beds ranging from  $21) to $B, all sizes.  Lace aud Tapestry Curtains at  RIGHT PRICES  Ik-fore sch-ctiti.t; yonr wallpapers seeour patterns & prices.  H0O1  Thc Right Price  Furniture Stotv.  DUNSMUI1  AVENUE  A* McKinnoii  CUMBERLAND  t  FOR SALE���������William Hutton is  prepared to supply bi-������i*ks nnd cord-  mmmmm*mm**'amemmm..  wood,   Orders   left  Livery    Stable  and  Stables,   will   n:i*.oiv<  tention.  :*.t   the Star  Kilpa.trick'8  prompt at*  A grand dance will U- given in  the Agricultural H������i!  ou. Friday, April 1  Courtenay BaaoJiull ('-ink A good  time i.*tassured.  Onrteuay,  t,    by   the  LOST���������On Saturday afternoon.  Feb. 26th, a black seal purse, silver frame, containing gold locket.  Finder will please return to this  office.  Miss    Louisa     Bickle arrived  borne hyVutday's boat..  Pilsener  Beer  The merchants of this ciiy will  open their places of business on  (loud Friday, and doi* Ea&ter  .Monday.  Mr?. Gillander.s It-It  lier home at Vancouver  day's boat.  fnr   her  by  Sun-  V/e are pleased to i<**.ni that Mr  Lidstoue's daughter (Jladys, who  has decn seriously ill   with  pnou-  iriouu is., recovering.  NOTICK  F(HTND ADliin'--23 log*  marked P. C. L. Co., I log mark  ���������mi I J. C. M. (A)  Theo. Peterson,  Port  \uxam, B. C.  Sc������ C. C- Segrave if you want  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  agent for all sorts of musical instruments, Cumberland, R. C.  LOST���������On Saturday March  12th, lietwwn the brewery and the  Japanese road, a boy's dark coat  with gold watch attaohed to chain  in pocket.   Finder will please   re  turn hi this office. Howard  When You Are Thinking of  YOU  can  have  some  CHUKCH OF ENGLAND,  Services on 1 vaster Sunday: -  Holy Communion  a' 8 a. tn,,  and 11 a. m.   Child ten's' service  at 2:30 p.m.   Evening prayer at  7 ?������������������'-'  FOR SALE���������A 9-roomed  house aud furniture it: tit si-class  order.    Apply thisoflkc.  -v���������  J. N, MeLeod and Alex. Max.  well, left by wvgon f������u Nanaimo,  on Sunday last.  The total   receipts   of hocpital  concert,  wore ������l2o,i>0,   expenses  80.CO.  That are a Select Line, Your  Wind Naturally Turns to the  Singer, Humbe'r,  Royal Enfield,   made   ID  & Coventry,    j  Wc have them all Write for  prices, with Free Wheels, Coaster or variable gears. **  WE DO RENTING  ANI)   REPAIRING.  Thos.PLIMLEY  mo G,������v,l Street, Victoria, B,C,  fSIT Opposite Spencers  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT     ,-  Coast Land District.  District of Coast.  TAKE notice   that  Chas.   A.  Timlin, of Lund, B. C, occupation  merolumt, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described land:���������Commencing at a  post planted S. W. corner of T. L  34679 thenco   East  40    chains,  thence South 40  ehahie,   thence  West 40 chains, thonco   North 40  chains to place of beginning containing 100 acres more or less.  Chas. A. Timlin.  Fred. Timlin, Agent.  Dated March 2nd 1910.  Mr. Jack Brlstoe, who thinks hh  mission on earth Is to go around right-  leg' wrongs, rode over a hundred miles  to drop in on us last Monday. According to him, we are wrong, and he had  a gun out to right ns before we knew  tbat bc was in the sanctum. His  shooting was so mighty poor that we  were ashamed to have to split hia  right ear with a bullet and scare hlm  ont ot tbe office snd out of town. He  doubtl<*ss means well, bnt he should  explain his little jokes tn advance.  ROMANCE OF HISTORY.  CLOSING OUT PRICES.  ^ruit j OrnatnentalTrees  ^ Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleared up  by May, I am prepaied to offer special prioeR on all caph  bargains.  Splendid assortment of ornamental tree*?,  acclimated stock, having been growing on our ground* for  years, from 10c. up.  Oneof the best selection of roses in B.C., in all leading  vnriotiep, suiecble for this section, in good two year blooming  mra, 25c each, $20 per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half  price.  50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties. Let me price your  list.    10,000 shade trees, in all sizes and prions.  Greenhouses full of plants in all sizes and prices & prices  from $?. per lOOpats up .  M.  J.   HENRY  OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS  3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD, VANCOUVER.  Cumberland.  Th*M Things Read Llko Legends, but  . Are Matters of Fact.  ��������� A peasant girl,.called half wltted did  promise; to defeat the victors of Agin-  court;and did lt;pit ought to be a  lejjend, but" it happens to be a fact.  A poet and a poetess did fall In love  and eloped secretly, to a sunny clime;  it is obviously a three volume novel,  bnt.lt happened. Nelson did die in the  act of 'winning the one battle that  could change the world: lt Is a gross;-  ly improbable coincidence, but It ls too  late to alter it now. Xapoleoh did. win  the battle of Austerlltz: It ls unnatural, but it is not my fault. When the  general wbo had surrendered a republican town returned, saying easily. "1  have done everything." Robespierre  did ask. witb nn air of inquiry.  "Are you dead?" When Robespierre  'eoughed-lu-his-coId-liarangue-Ganiter-.  did say, "The blood of Danton chokes  yon." Strafford did say of his own desertion of parliament, "If I do It may j|  my life and death be set on a hill for !������  rill men to wonder at" Disraeli did j g  say, "The time will come when you > ������  shall hear me." I������  Tbe heroic is a fact, even when lt is j I  a fact ot coincidence or of miracle. ������  and a fact Is a thing which can be ad-1 i  mitted without being ptplalned.-G. K. j i  Chesterton In London News. If  K. AI DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  suits mntXR to o^der and  IM ANV STYltH VOU UU1SH  PERFECT FIT GITARANTEEB.  From $20 to $40.  C U M B E R L AND:  B. C.  I Capital $8,000,000.  Reserve $5,700,000  ^heJLolyj^  CUMBERLAND, B. 0  Sub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Boy,  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY-CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  ������  LOST���������A coin   silver  wiitdi.i  No Drums In the Middle Ages.  As we come to the middle ages,  when the nations of modem Europe  wore struggling into existence, wo find  ������        .,,   ,        .,,     , that nt llrst the drum was not used!  open fi.ee. Iundor will  please  re-j Bt nIl   So> though melody had been I  turn to tin's ollice, Kowivd ! known and practiced tor tunny eon- j  ! turles, rhythm Iind hpen quite forgot-   u  .  I teu, for what there Is loft to us of  I the music of tbe middle nges contnlns j  FOU SALE���������21) tons of lmy, i uo bars, and we know that It wns!  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and in*'  tere.n at Current Rates allowed on   Ui -points of $1.00 and iipwanle.  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  %iiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i������  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   FUBLIC CONVEYANCING  i-Vm No. 11. "  LAND ACT  -fmixed with a little clover.   Apply  | to ,fuhn Fraser, Happy  Valley.  Form No 11  LAND ACT  Form of Notico.  Form of Notice,  Comox Lnnd   District.  District of Cortes  Island,  TA KK notice rlini Helen   Hull, of j Co",ox liml Dutrk*'  Heri.it   Bay,  B. C,  o������c���������.p������t:<>n! DiHt,ict ot C'mt ���������Kft������KB * L(,l#  ���������lowly   nnd   monotonously   chanted,  irltbout the least accent.  In the eleventh century, however,  thfnps begnn to improve, more .pnrtlc-  ularly ns tlio crusaders brougbt Into  Europo nil sorts of percussion Instruments from the cast. Various kinds of  drums, tambourines and cymbals were  tben seen lu Europe for the flrst time  slnco the days of savages, nnd they  bave teen used, with very little  chnng<l, ever since.���������St. Nicholas.  Dunsmuir Aveihue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  G9������������$*������d������$3-J&������*9������3Md*  Duwium,   V. '".,-Uetwi  7.1 mid 100  T >dii'nii of tho Drgrib trllm p rmheJ this  ���������.'iatm* of itai'VHtion ia tbt* vnmity of the  (.'!ni.t I'tiva fj-tito, /:������t)or<iiti^ ui rep rti  bni'iijlit in by tlm North < A iivtiiiteil  poll,!'* on Much 18. The deil'i" wrerft.  \t rt"il tu the ]>��������� lltso by 'luUt'heiV wh-i  li d arrl-od fnin Jmil n vil nnoa, mul  tii' to >h n������ ilouU uu to thr miliii-ntioty of  tlio itftiiw.  11A vi*rf6'l\rA DKIIP or hud.  jnti'r; olilipntion wliit'li wiinld iut<  piiir )oinctitte lit f'iiM' "f tli'ttilii  Wo will i'iiuci'I siii'h iu !i'liit'iln**K>i  if \t>\t nre itiMiciM.',  I,.tt. A CAhLANIiliR nt iho  Mutiiiil l,if.. .,r X.������w  V.-iIs.  Van-  ��������� '���������illl'IT    t'llnW   \u||,    ^lli'Ji      iKllh'lMK,  ii."   ;?',   I'i'it   ������i;l,'.M5.  ItiviileinU  iliirin-ir lUHl   wim*m iS'i.'.H over lid  \  r et'lit. nut fi.nt $11,01 jUTthou  fi   nl, Ladv titi'MifM wiiu'fil.  Matron, intonds to apply for per-  inUsion tolcaso tho following dr.  icrihed lauds:���������On (3i)rtc������ llind,  M, C. known as Sail Lagoon, nml  dewihed as follows:���������Coiiinicn-  i'iiijfr at a post plnutud at flic hoiiiIi-  vi\t-t corner of DintnVt Lot JI7!{  Ihittico honthet^tt'fly alon^ ill'*  shoreline of the southerly or right  hand hank of said Lagoon to tin*  Hotuh������a*tr>rly shore or h'*ad thereof, thenco nurthiiMsterly along i\,v  horough Inlet,  TAKE notict that Alfred John.  saul wiutnjatci* y nht't'c or h������ii'ltui,   ,,        , .     .  , ,   .     ���������', , .     , ,    ,    J to the point  of couuuitnei'iiumt,  the northerly or hut hand hank of'     , , .' ,     .   ,     ,    , .  ���������' i '���������otiiniiiMg one hundred and sixty  or wild L������no������n, th.,).,*,. nortlitvc*t-1 ((.|1(li< mo|^ or ,(,K(,  erly along mdd northerly   ur  left j I),.v|,|.sou Wanl Co.  hand hank to a point on tin. n >nli | A|,1V(, ,|(l|,U8tm, Agent.  .*n������t.-i*ly hhoro of iiiid Lugomi   dim I DuUlll Mli|.u,| Uu Vj.{h  north of point of coiuimitict.*uiciit, |  lltencd due southnhmg nn iumgj[u. i  I mt out* i" inn po.m id iMiiiiiK'iici*  I"'iv Ik.   f,,r I u"'nt iii"i   cotitiouiiig   m.ti   itcris  ������''������������������ piuMi..���������*',. j' !;..| A i, ��������������� in tl������*! ���������������������������������!*��������������� or h"-**,  i n'ltp, t'lmili.Th,),,!, H.C.    Thi,! j IlH^n null, Applhwif.  1    ..,���������   ,y'd\   l���������. ,!,.��������� ,1 ��������� !>.*'������*.i   M..j,.h   |.f,   !!'10.  An Epistolary Hint.  In tho letter from UoBton was a  ���������pedal delivery stump,  "What did ibe send tbnt for?" ths  son of Roy I1. 0.  Loughhorongh  woman wondered.   "Tho information  Inlut, occupation  luinhmunn, in- ���������** ***l* ��������������������� ������>o *9b- ^ ������n ordinary  r , letter.  It iroo't need to be sent aoa- >  ti'11'l.s tu apply for   punuUsuni   to   clal."  pitrclmau the   following descrihed'    ',7'f ���������tt"l,\ M,"J t������>o tnnn, "ta o  . h dellcnto hint to be quick about allswc^  l������ii'U:.-Uminuuciug   at   a   post tnf.   It !������ a hurry un device used by  planted on   llm   north  >lioro  ol   ronny ,nBn*   lt '* yeri' effectlre,   A  ,      ,, i  i  i . i .i    ,, tiro cent stamp does not always ppur  Longhhoioiigli Inlet due north of j ono on (0 ���������ny ilM,eln| Pffort( but ��������� spo.  MclJrido Hny, thonco north twen-, clol delivery stamp inenus that tho  ,,,  /,)iniliu    ,i,.    ,������������������ .   ,.!,.].,.,: writer wants what ho wnnts when lie  ty  chains,   tlie.ic*   we������t  eighty, w(���������tB lt> nm, ,bo mogl d���������fltory cor,  cliaiiiH, thenee south to  tho tihon* i respondent nllvo Is not going to let nny  and along the shoro eighty chains {JJ" *row k^'00" ,ho BLrntcbM ������'  CBMBEELAP TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 2t  Ladies'nud Gentlemen's Suits Mndq   o '���������rdey  from ho to 935    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  i  ���������MMfttM*S*tQt������MteM     etfttfMMMMtftrtCC-i  pen wben ouswerln������."  Mrs. S  nn*.'* >li'������ii|.  i,  Mantis Rsyi,  ;    "Thero nre X rays ami X rnyi. nnd  ! thore nre alio rays from those muntli  things thnt yon put on gnu btirntn tc  Improre the Helit."   The ipeokor. ni  j pliotonrnphcr, pointed to n hnteh ot'     __ ..._ i fojiKMl plnies.   "I know to my cost!  NOTH'K is hereby uivetitluu' t,mt ilmo "ro mnn,,������ ra-yn" Rnl(1 ,lu*  ....        c      ���������       , * .    ,        "for n month I stored now plote* lo  \\\\vtr dove oftor <iiti- l mtpiwl   tn ��������� a c,��������� ,,f ,,,,.,,��������� ...,,,, ,,  ,.,.,,,tvi r,^,\ np I  anplv tu Hu- V.o-.v Chivf <,rnniui?-' of ***'m ������������* totn*ed.   Tlio mnntle, yonl  ��������� ,. i      i       * ...   i    ..       i 9*0, contnlned tlmrliim. n rndlo-nctln i  .sioner ol Uud* aud Works ior aj Mbsi������ncw ihnt penefrntes n cimlboflWj  license to prospect for coal   audi 9<*** ho* ** wslly at It penetrate*  glniw,   I didn't knew tint till mr doc-  tor told mo so Inst wppk.   My lgno>  Olhen  Go To  the  <**���������  you -Ctianfc \ Q ood   (Deal  CDMBERLAND CAFE  T. ROIUNSOX, PROPRIETOR.   Dansmuitt Ave.  pc'iulcuni on und tinder thc foi*  \*Bjnmimam*>ve*** ������w,t*������������w������*Kt '-.-.juamtemwemrnv  \ Amry.'zrm*rm%wtAA'.*,;.t m...-^.%%m, tiwi^*m.ft*Mm*i  WE HAVE HONEY  To invc-t >m ., ,v -ouihl pj.-'pj.'.iii.iu,    'iiMI'.'CU  coal,    .vixrimrniMT. lands  Make n cltitr skec'i ;nsd  wri ��������������� full; in your first letter  if \ on wi*n������ ;i dt-ftui'e an-wer.  Western Croatia Investment Company,  (<tuH������ A*t. f'ttimitc Bfo������ic������ Vanunuvtr, H������C������  ������������������*rm  a\)ok Uistricf,   Cniutncnciiijj at a (  i I  | prwt murked i'\\V. cornet of claiiit!  ,Xa. I, pi need nhout   20  chaius!  8hunted.  Pilltor-Ti thi* your Ui*st effort?  , , lliirtdlnjr P*'������*t-Yi������������. Mr.   U It worth!  west Irom the wmuiea.*.! coruer ol   nnyi������iin������ to von*)  ..���������,i(.n i������h.-i,iiik.   t.''in'    ,vi     '    f-dltnr tmltb riOi,ttnn)-tt'* wonb nl  ,5*   ,      .   . '      ; mi������rn Ifjrou nMmmimmtto nrttri  east uo  chains, north h*.1 tnytitln-i nmTi-fnr iwwication nmli  m<At ntltrtiM ��������� 1 n nm * ���������- *  1 mii������  cli.iiii.**, wot So   chain.",  iiaiui  until H 1 chaiu**'o Jiotut at una  , uivi.c* iiu-nt.  HirousTKWAirr,  J. K. llUTutm, A^ei.;  '-- Dated March 14th, 1910.  ifw Hit* imu l^n prtn^.   I whui j 1  f������ir mire wupot. ymi Bml������>firtand.  ItciWInif  Poet-,  ftmmlM that ���������������  r1"ht    Whrn wtlt \t t*. [.rtntwIV  ���������rflti*   Seimr ������li|{������ ire ntltt>.~Um.  *bm "Tt4**ern**m  C. E  DALRYMPLE  ALL KlKhs OF FIK8T.CUS8  .   .   IIAUMKK   WORK   .   .  Done,    Ko Hctti*r  Anywhere.  CIVK VS  A   CALL  Next Agricultural Rail, Courtenay, B. C.  % fclrflrw <!nn9 to tb������ ttod li netit I  *mt.~.tantn*.  i  niaaniiini m-mm\mt*m%mm%*mmmm  m

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