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The Cumberland News May 19, 1908

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 ���������>*-  W ���������:  *������������������**.-  ���������t  "������.������������������������������������-  !A Journal Devoted Eapekslally, to the Itxtmrvmt* of Comox District.  *W|"  Thr Nkws, Sbvjbntbknth Year,  CUMBERLAND B, ..C,   TUESDAY,   MAY 19, 1908  Subscription $2.00 a Year,  At The BIG STORE  Showing this week the  following  seasonable lines in  >Ladie's Ready-to-Wear  HATS  v*"''',-.-' *    .���������.'���������'���������*.   *���������*.*'  A fcomplete range of Whitewear and Summer Underwear. Special values in Ladie's Ready-to.Wear  Goods, Kimonas, Wrappers, Blouses, Aprons, Skirts,  Corset Covers, New lines of Black and Tan, Lace  and Embroidered Hosiry,   .   ������   .   ������   .   ������  Speoial Lines in our Men's  Department.  .Gent's Twq Piece Summer Suits  GenOs Summer Underwear/Cambric & Peftale 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&������o,, Ltd  ttaam]  MAE0GGHIBROS.  GROCERS jBe  AND PROPRIETORS . OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTUNETWORKS  * fc * ���������   .. -������1������,������. .. j.  _ .. ,.,,���������, .,     1 ���������     *���������   , ���������        *��������� t     . .* <  Agents fot-Uiiiott BrcwingOcimpatiy'r BEERrsridJ���������  PORTER.     Wholesale Dealers iii all Kiuds of  Wiues and Liquors, '"  &*  SECOND    STREET  ���������MMMM<Mw<Mv**MWMrt>*MW������*MM<-MWM|M>'  1  I  STORE  For  0OOFS  and  Windbcus  ,  ������������������  flliaed  Paints,  Stains,  fllabas~  tine  Enamels  and  lack���������  mni  fry us for BaseBalls, Tennis Balls  tmmm -iStO.          T, E, Bate,  - m t ��������� ���������������   m  'fflclieod'8 fieou Stotfe.  ^*i^mmm^immm*mmmmmm^*mm^mmmmmmmmmi^tmtmmmtmmmtmmmmmmmmmmt*mmmmtmm  We are getting nioely settled in  onr new premises and nave put in a  fine line of  Style  In Hats,  In Clothing,  I h Boots* Shoes  Yonr inspection invited.  J N. flcLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  , CUMBERLAND, B.C.  The  Tailpp,  Has opened Business in McLeod's Store,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+���������+���������������������������������������������������  ���������A  mm*  *MM*������M*I  ���������*wwm9m\9]an**M  Communicated  m0tmm  MEN S LADIES and CHILDREN'S  BOOTS & SHOES  VARIOUS STYLES and SIZES  Groceries  ftta Tar Cant Discount on Oe'ntral  Orooariea  ��������� ��������� ��������� ,'��������� ��������� 80 Says.  Groceries  Special attention paid to the Quality of our Goods.  1.'  CAMPBELL BROS.,   ������������-*i������ ***���������  DEATH OF MRS. 0. RBBS.  r  We are now showing a complete range ot new .  f  We are able to offcf splendid values at $i  per pair���������the same as cut-~made ;of good  strong Drab Coutille with suspenders- attached, sizes from 18 to .2.6, .Place your  order for a pair before sizes are broken,  - **.������**  J. McPHEE & SONS  ~P������astnttir Ahb-o* Cumberland, B. C.  BBS  Editor Nkwb,  ������������������ , .   ,  Sir:���������-There, are two interesting  events tbat materially affuot tho  reputation'of thebity ,o������ Cumber-  land juBt at thii time.   Tlie first  is the cbinuiericemout of the now  Post patcf building; $25,000 is  no me&n.wripu'iit fp' Ife expended  in Cumberland and It appears to  the writer that it is an. occasion  upou which Uio Oity *<jan  fairly  Mjoice   upon tho laying of tho  foundation stone,   we have   in  our midst a branch of the..Mas-  ouie.Qrdelt.lwho in their regalia  wtfuld boa most fit and proper  body to, igef^rih tho ceremony,  they having been chosen to Uf  foundation stones of   many   of  Canada's   most important buildings.   It would he in order if the  Mayor called a public meeting to  arrange tlie details u to dntu etc.,  and his worship with the City  Council   would u a   matter of  coirso attend in state and thus  giro importance to the. occasion.  It would be well to make it a pub.  lift holiday on the 24������k  or any  'other idtabla'date' If that is tou  early.   A.copy of the News and  some of. the   coins   of Canada  should be   placed  beneath   tlie  ston.v Any other City would eelo-  Urate tue event,, wuy iwivuiMoer-  Uud J  The remains of the late   M rs.  Caroline Reese, ot Sandwick came  CARD OF THANKS  We Wish to thank the Odd  Fellows who acted as pall bearers  at the funeral of .our lato mother,  Mrs. Sarah lli id: also all those  who assisted in our late bereave-  J. B. Hird  "j,L,;llitd '  ment  4SV.  F, Watts,   Photographer Is in  Cumberland and is prepared to  upou Wednesday's boat from Vic* [take all kinds of   Photographs  toria.   The funeral took place oh  Thursday May 1-ttb. from the family residence to the Church of  England Cemetary, and was largely attended by friends and   relatives.   Tho following acted  as  pall bearers:,Messrs W.  J.  McQuillan, Jno.,  Crocket, William  Grieve, Fred Bums, E. Swan, R.  Surgenor.   Mrs Reese was a lady,  who will Im greatly missed hy the  community, always beiitggenerous  to those in need, and was greatly  respected,   Tho sorrowing family  have tlio heartfelt sympathy of  everyone, as it was ouly a short  time ago that  they   lest , their  father.  Give him a trial and seo if you  won't be plwsed.   Good work.  MissQueeuie Abrains left..for  Vancouver by Saturday's boat  where she intends taking a commercial course.      .  Mr.^Freneh, who has been paying Cumberland a visit, returned  horae to Alberni on., ,8aturday.  FOR SALE��������� Kaneh of'80 ac-  res near Harrlgan's, for particulars  apply to F. Swan Oburtooty B.C.  GOOD NEWS  We havo just received word that  probjhilitles are that there will 'be  v������ry little slack time in the niiues.  This is not official; bnt it is reported that the Wellington C"l|iory  Co have orders ahead toktwp the  taines in steady operation for the  lidAl *U iliulttll* ,     ,  e ��������� t ���������  *?\io second, is the entertain  mpttt ou this TemdftT eveninir in  appreciation of Mr, Rarnaay,* many  service* tuGumbtirlMid.-espt-eially in  the interests of all the Church**;  it is certainly only fair toespeet,  they in partieolar, will join with  the general pnldle in making tt a  grand sueettM, mil thu* ������buw iu a  practical manner thoir ran** of ���������������'���������������  1 Juration h> meetly dn\- io our "������tac  eomie", as wt������ll at WjgMy ������������������{v**,t-  tti ci������w .������i, without whom mi thun*  berlstid e-tiertaititueui u cO;������iji'i������:i**������  Oa.HUVKH  PRESENTATION,  La������t TucsdAy May 12th.  the  Qillespie aad presented bim with  a fine feather travelling bag fitted  with Sterling Silver brushes, etc.  The Doctor, who is leaving on a  throe months vaeation, etpressed  his surprise and thanked tbem fnr  their appropriate gift. It was  ea'graved Willi*a snitable plate.  l������r. an.! Mr*. (ii!U-#j.ii������ an.! f.m.  ily l������fl f������>r tin* ,\m*i by TUurtuUy  mnruliig's bust.  F. Watts, tho Photographer is  In Cumberland and is propared to  take all kinds of photos at reasonable prices���������Qira hlm a trial and  beconvlnoed.  A Pew Human Bromides.  Now that Mirgery lun aoranwd  to a poiut 'here diseased or delec.  tive parte of the human body may  be removed and replaced with those  from an animal, it is presumed  that tbe following wtltuoluuger  he regarded as more tiatnra fakes;  The maa with the eagle eye, tli*  man with Uie Hon'heart, tbe wan  wiUi lite   Uti&MMi   Y,w**i,   time tmrno  with the ball uncle, tke van with  the pig head and ike man with thu  dog face.  A LITTLE CHURCH UNlOtfr  We.extract the following from<  the Vancouver Daily Province of;  May Uth. 1008.  A feature of the evening was,  the presentation of brotherly greet-,  ings by Rev. J. M. Miller, mod*.  ������ratot, ot tbn Vr������sV������ytM>lau Bynod*,  wtlcii-concluded its session, im  Vancouver last week. He wa&-  assisted in the ceromony by Iter,.'  McGillivery of Cumberland, Van*.  eouver Island.  Rev. Mr, Mlllor grasped tb������,  opportunity to make a mention ot*  church union. He considered^  that it angnrod well for the fu.  ture Jo see Uio harmony of pro-,  ceedings of the joint committee!  and the. fact that their effect waiv  one of union and not the opposite*.  Mr. McOillivray touched a chord:  responsive in the mooting when,  ho referred to the union' of what.  he termed Presbyturian porsovur-  ance and Mothodist Are iu thai  groat work of Christianizing tin*.  people.  8iuce our last issue we were plea*.  sod to learn that thoro is going ta  be a 24th, of May celebration i*  Cumberland.  Cabinets, Piotnros, Post Cards and  stamp photos tkaen tiy V. Watta  the Photogrnplier.  At a recent mooting of tli*  Vancouver Island lioard Of Fir*  Under Writers, the basis rate oft  Fir* Insuraneo for Cumberland'  war rHu"������i 25 por evnt, for rstot  apply io Wvtley Willard, agent ul  Royal Fire Insurance Co.of Liverpool.  Mrs. J, A. Hatos and daughter^  left by tho Queen City this uioriu  ing for MUhIiui 11, C,  Mr. J. W, ikiw������������ l������ft for Vwv  con vor this uiorning on the Quit*.  City.  i  Of eourse nnlKxly  is afraid t*  LOST    T-i OumWtUnd ������ Hd   ,,    , ���������, ,   t..       \; .  w '      tv**, t*m i.i tin  h^   ni   n*i   <y*i������  tnro te Mr. J." Hryrlra. ||nlJ|      lmf|,,)(  ii.\t*" THK  NEWS. CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.
���!Sb SiiiatoM Hew,-
Issued  Every   Tuesday  by  the
Comox   St   Cumberland
Publishing Company.
'ifiiSIi.W.   MAV rq,   i��08.-
sAiviTuasi-. c
Eug)i*h 4 x BUUTON always on tap      nUo, th* famous MILWAUKEE	
.BERRS-.Uhenaer, Botemiar,, Sohlitz, Ao.      "OLD GRKY BEARD"*���-;
SCOTCH VYiJI-iKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.
Tbo BoM-diiij; *uil Lodging Dtpartmerit, under iht i'Jiii:e.liito BUpenuteudeaw uf Mra
l>i��viw, will bo found Vint o!��so iu ovory reapce*. *'"'" ���"
B A X E 8 ,
$1 oo per day ���apwnrdu.
Notice ir-  hereby 'ghi>ii   tb.'it tin*
-, Ciij.* rottd ta is now duo and pay-
v.'dn to eitii-u* cons table Wilson or
tin* Citv 0lurk.   Tho  City  Clerk
will bu at tho City Hull   on Mon-
tiny evenings April 20, from seven
to eiiilit P.M.  to receive same, or
"i.mivbc  found   at   llie.  Furniture
storo nt any titiio during business
hours.     Constable   Wilson    will
r'l-i-nive  sumo at any  time during
]*..vy day, rill parties   not   property
holders between tho ages of twenty  ono   sum!   fifty years   residing
���within municipality neglecting to
" or i*',*,flining to   pay   siune will   be
pioseeiited forthwith aa    provided
by the statutes of British Columbia. By order of tlio City Council.
A.  A'U.Ki.nno^,
"' NOTIOE is hereby given thai;
oue month from date 'I'intend to
apply to tiie Superintendent of
Provincial Police, Victoria, for a
held by me for the Spying .Inn,
Hotel, situated on Comox Road.
JSigiu-d] John H. Pxkkt
Dated aSth* day of April 1908
At the Right Price Furniture Store.
mgmmmmmmmmmm*m*mmnt*mme^ >
Try Via foi*
Linoleums, Wall Pa por, Matting, Blankets,- Blinds,
t'oiuforters, Curtains, Bedroom (Suites, Morris Chairs
Rxtcmnion. Tables ami nil kinds of Furm'tire.
Ten percent Discount for Cash for b dance bf rmnth.
J. H, -:^lii��^~~  Cumberland.
NOTICE is hereby given ''thai, 30
days after date we intend to apply to
fthe Honorablo < tho., Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under, the 'foreshore and under
the water and'upon'tho lands known
oh White BlulT Ueser.ve,. Comox District described as follows : Commencing, fit a post planted about 20
chains east from the west ond of
Goose Spit. - in. Comox Harbour ;���.
thonco north 80 chains; thence oast
80 chains;*'.* thenco south 80 chains ;
thonce west SO chains to placo of
commencement;- containing, about
G40 acres, known as Claim No. 1.
tutted thia 21 .t day of April, 1908.
ixo .company l.rarri'jn.
O. F.-Ed��'ards, Agau>*.
LICENCE.  ���'
NOTICE is l;t*roliy givon that
'one month form dato I intend t'>
���Apply to the Buperinteiident of
I-������ "ii'iiit*��*il Police Victorin, for a ro-
m*NV��\ of tho Hotel f.ieenc.i! hold by
"ml* for the Union Hotel, situate*I
id I'nio/i ll, 0,
(.���������giieil) Samuui, (!. Davis.
Pitted JJ81I1. .Iny of April.   1908.
Corporal Punishment.
Corporol pnuUlmiiHit fonuorly had it
svl'loi' kIkhIiIciuu'u than mere wlitp*
jpiug. Henry d�� J.'.rectoti, ehiiu' Jtistlcl*
jiry oi" rinjdim.l In thn rolB'11 of llonry
I.U., dlvhh-,1 conxirni pnnlHhinent Into
two |{|iii1h���tho��o Inflicted with nnd
without forturo. Tlio Hl.uekH anil tlio
plll'uy would riink rs corporal punisli-
ji'.wd; iii.-'o uiiitJit!'.l".'.s uud other grim
ton ures wheu Impound uot to extort
cuhiVh iiiiiii, In;' e,. j, ���,) itiea, and tlio
kriiiidliitf In V���e he.'A. fiA t'alony, which
wns not iiboUHh<-d mull Ueocgo ill'a
A Hannnnont Pine*.
���f lierw wus uoi even ritumllnir roora In
itlui (I o'elot'li crowded cur, but one
���nutin |i(i��n*'uu��r, 11 younii woimui,
v,-i|j,v.j h**r \\ny nUinit J uut iuiildtf fho
<i'..i>.*{i\ V.ueb Hum tjio car took A
fiiiijilin ���Jureli forwird nho tell help*
len.-ily buck, uud tints. Union 11I10 laud*
cij In Hi ��� in'iiu*, or* 11 liirRo, L'ouirtfit'tHiilft
ii. ji 01. V* UuoU platform, Tho thi ill
li.ii* ll liiippofii'il he staid 'julc 1 l.v,
'���liinln't ,"i'. i.'1'A'..'r atny luiioi''���Now
'Vl..|*l(    i'.'h"!
m iii'.v Tilts mt
The drink oi; strong men and healthy women,.
NOTICK is hereby given that, 30
ditys after date we intend to apply to
the Honorable .the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under thc foreshore and under
the wnter and on the lands known as
White UI11IT ltcserve, Comox District,
described as fallows: Commencing at
a post planted nt the south-west,
corner of Clnim No. 1; thenco west
80 chains; thence north about 06
chains to shoro line; thence easterly
following: the dnuos'ties of the shore
line to the north-west, boundary of
Claim No. 1; thence south about 55
chains to place of commencement;
containing about 500 acres, and
known ;is Claim No. 2.-
bseed thU '21st day of April 1908.
G. F. Edrtrsrdu, Ag nt.
optics of tho shore Up,Q.to tho place
of coiiimon^ement, containing l about
90 acres, known as Clainr No; 8.
Dived this 21st day of April, 1908.
'    G. F. Edwards, Agent.
NOl'JCK is horoby given thn�� '30
the Honorable tho Chief Commis-
the Honorable tho ���Chief Commis-
conce to prospect fot�� coal and petroleum Ufidoj* the foresjtpco and under
the wator' and bii ' thd irinds
in    Coinox District,      described
as follows '���'������"* CbmtheneinK at a
post plantod ��t .tlio eotjth-wost .corner pf Claim No. (5; thenco east 30
chains; t)j.9|ip6isout'h about fi5 c-hains
to shore lino iii Nelson pistr'fcl ;
thence westerly following the sinuosities of the shore to placo of commencement,'.' cODtainin*? about 'M\0
acres, known as Claim, No. 9, Comox Hnrbotir.
I>ftfe.l tlii.s "1st dny ot April. 1908*
G. P. Edwards, Agent.
spiniait �� Nanaimo By
Drink  U. B. C Bohemian
The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo B.C.
Tlie Courtenay Hotel
Every convenience for guests.
Tho Oenttal Hotol tor Sportsmen
None but the iJcil oi Wines .md  Liquuis
il t
he liar.
John Johnston,    Pro.
D. Hunden
in season at
\lfcirocctyi \\vos*
iS jt^m. JlTZ. -UJ JX..I tD
t*,,ii'<.y<^ri-<-*if,*-k<r>',-/i-i (���/A4^y,-r.i/-yAA
J31UCAI), Oukiw unci I'iiii* tlflivtii
ml liiiiJy u> nny |uiri, ul (.'iiy.
/^,jle,,/f/t.-t^,*i^J,.JfyJ <:A,C:"���'',-I ���'A'.:'A:X >>-
���uu-   rotK    Uroiuide*
will take Contracts to clear laud
cut wood, dig dit'olivs, or nny
large 'u.mtr.ict.
*__ ����� W^^g'-iffM^'
���viSr-'* *    * "      .-���-*.' ���-..,r:.;.a"
Prices TBeiisonable,   and
nadameuou oaar)t,ni��9nd,
Victoria, 8. C.
Tlio .hitot- urn Lo\mt llinn ot!u*r
rii'!it-��ln*irt liott'ls, wiih A����oiiiO'
ilutiun Suporiur tn iinniy.
Itoouirt villi ur without batli,
Aiiu'i'lfljwi I'luii   %X.o0   to ij'ii.M),
jiiji' day.
Europium  Plnn,   Hinhiiji only,
,50 lu Jjil.nO, jiuj dny,
Froo Hits,
NOTICE is hereby given that, 80
i ays after date we'intend to apply to
l he Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works for a )i-
cence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foroshore and under
Ihe ' waster and on the lands in
Coniox Hnrbotir. described as follows
Commencing at a post planted at tho
south-east corner of Claim No. 2, on
Coosq Spit; thenco south 80 chains;
thence west" <>5 chains to the shore
line; thence about 25 chains northwesterly, following the sinuosities cT
the shore lino;, thence north 65 ehaini-
thence east ��0 chaina to place of
commencement', containing* about (580
NOTICK is �����-������ ' -riven thaV NO
drys after date we intend to apply to
the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under the foreshore and under
thp water and on the lands
in'   Coinox District,      described
ns follows .- Commencing   at   u
post planted at the south-west corner of Claim No. H. Comox Harbour, Nelson District; thence enst SO
chuius; thenco south!. SO'chains ;
thi-nce west 80 chains; thence northerly followin,!,' the sinuosities of the
whoro lino to plnco of oon��mcncement
containing' about 000 acres, known
as Claim No. 10.
Utiied this 21st dhy of April, 1908.
G.r. Edward*, Agent.
Di.t. d this 21s-. dny of .ipril, 1008.
VANCOUVER      COAL"PROSPECTING company. r.TMiTrcn.  ���:.
G. P. Edwards, Ac����t.
NOTICK is hereby given tbat. '*K'
ili.y.s nfter date we intend to apply to
the Honorable tho Chief Coini'nis-
.sioner of Lands and Works for a li-
cenco to prospect for coal and netro-
leiim under the foreshoro and undor
tho water and upon the hinds,,
in Coniox Harbour, and described as follows: Commencing at u
post planted nt tho south-wost corner of Chiiiu No. 1; thenee east #0
chains; thenco south 80 chains;'
tiiciict? west'fin'chains'; thenco nortb
���SO cliains to place of commencement;'*
containing, 04-0 acros, known as
Claim  No. -I,
biitod thiw 2lst dny of April, 1908.
U. P. Kdwurdt;, Atfunt,
NOTICK is luu'oby given tlmt, |10
days niter dale we intend lo npply to
tho Honorablo tho Ohief Comnila-
uio/ier ui* Lands nnd Works fur a licence to prospect for coal and petroleum under tho foroshore and under
Uie water ami on tho land known as
JVIilte UliilV JU'.wne, Comox District,
deftiTihinl ns follows: Commoncltii;
nt a [inst planted at tbo north-mist
roriior of Claim No, lj thenco east
hi) chains; thimco south fto chains;
(lioni'H west 80 clminH; thenco north
dn chains to tho place of commence-
iiieiif; containing (IU) nerf-s, nnd
kntiwn ns Claim No. Ci.
Ditinl this i!l*td��v of April, W)B,
ti.F.EdwcrdH, Agont,
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(l^ri STANDARD nflM
��    r.*!Ai>Y Foiv v��m
j teer��**im***,*���>.amtt*r>lnamraur,
\*eiin**itr,a *\d paint, dlclnfacllnrj
Jlnhi:. cloaata, drains ait>4 far
n.��ni   ol.mr   fiurjOMi,      A  ��|l
I *<j*-m'.m hu yumaa* *AJU ftUUA,
octo evmvwHiHK,
JC.��/��OILl.ETT ItStm
t nii... [>.ti \\ Ui��.I t iuli  i^iivt' u
��:v   i-liji;\ll|>li)  duiiri*   in   |ltit*~
in. x'< Inill nn  !.'i����  WcInocdiij
* -Iv** iiijtjmr wrtt* |��r��wUl��>d   hy
.*,.'..,.  music  '>"!.���')!'   for
joiiN McLp:ods
I KOU Klll��T*ri,AHH.
I ilKJAUS ,i.  TO11A0C0P
J^H-M-W-HJ-hl-W-l^H l-H��
j l\STAR' .?
Hayman &. Maxwell, f
���ilNOl.K   ni;d   DMlJIH.l*:   HH.S
���or   IIIP.K.       A I.I.   OUDKH*.
,1'KU.MI'TLV   Airi'liNbi-.U  Tu
|    NOTICE   Is   haroliy given tlmt,   ho
|il.iy��i iii'tur ditto we Intend to apply to
sioner of Land.'i end Works for n  licence to prospect for coal, and put column under thn loceshoni  mul    under
, the wnter and on the lauds in Comox    District,    dnun-ihud    uh follows ;
Commencing at u pout planted at the
luii'tli-wuxt   ciit'iiut*   of Claim No. !l'.
t lumen Komi) 00 elm Inn; thenco west
80 I'liiUini to the   hIioih lino; thom'"
iiorMi Mil t.>|iiiliiH;lhuiii'ii emit A',\ chnins
to the   t^iofii line;    tlience followliiK
tlie HilllloNltles oi'  the uh'U'e  to  plin'o
[of coimiieiiceuieiit, coiitalnliig   about
'duo ut'i'iiH, known iih Claim No, 0,
I'utvilthi- Uis'tl'i-f ot ..|)i.l, ll>'ii\
VANCtH\ Kit     COAL   I'HOWl'J.CT*
f.Nf,' COMI'Afi'V. I.IMTTKC*.
- 0. V, VidWitdn,
3rd St. Cncibarlaid
U FOR HOVtt L|^^^H4Hh<^'1-H��<44-H-M. [J;
Notice (h hereby ��!von thut 8o dtiya
nflcr duto T liitMid to nppljr to the
Hbiiorii'Mn Ohjuf OflramUwIoncr of
UnntU nnd Worlrn toe a llaonoo Ho
���������-.*-rt���A for c*o 1 nii! p'trel.-'ura nnd
j er  ��h��  faUowlnrf   luniln;-
���J��   ('omox DiHtrlct, tlesiTilii'd nn io||ow��<      ���  .   n��m��,��.i*i..�� ...  . ��.i M..i,.
�� ii!..iiiin.iiii<i)iv ai. a pom nli.nliM iimir      Ho.*-ni��mmnn��|nB H R po��t mnrli.
T'the Minth-eest    fnriHT of tlm Indian   <���*<* noutni
NU'nci'J Is herebc g'.vctt '.iiui. lb)
diiy.i iiiti't ihito v.i* inietitl in npply to
mIoii.t nf UuhIh and Works for a licence in priMpwt for conl nml peiru
!   ;���. '.. ���!��� .- ".    f,-:- -\\  y    : yi.    "...).���..-
the wnter    and    on   tlm    InndN   in
s. s. "Oity bf Nanaimo.'
tnciOBiA-cocoas     lioxrTB
Sail from Victoria Tuesday, , n. vi for
Nanaitrfo, calling at Croitor. Kuper
snd Thetis* Islands whcii( fre.gjht or
pusseittiera oiler.
Leaves Nanaimo Wednsday, , a. iii.,
for Union Bay Coinox and way ports
Leaves Comox   Thursday   * a. in., for
Union Bay Nauaimo aad wny povis.
Leaves I*J,.tniiimo   Friday,   y a. m.   Ioi*
Union Bay Comox .md  nuy ports.
Leaves' Comox  S^iurdny,    7   a.m.,   for
Nanaimo and way pftrts.
Siils from Nanaimo Sp.turdh), 3 p.m., for
S. S.     "JOAN."
Sails irom   Vancouver   for   N.uuinio
daily, except .Sundays, .it   30 p.m.
Sails 1 torn   Nanaimo   for   Van ouver
dati>, exLcpi Suudays, at 7 a.m.
NOTICE is hercbv given that. 'JO
ibiys after date, I intend to apply to
tho. Honorablo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a licence tb prospect for coal and potro-,
leiim under the foreshoro and under
tho water and on the lands in Comox Harbour, Coinox District, described ns follows:   Commencing at a
ta.*r of Claim No;- "7; jhence~*^sputlr
iiboiit 00 chuihs; thence west about
���25 chains: thence westerly following
the sinuosities of the.shore line, to
the mouth of the Courtenny River ���';
i.lu'n'ce eiixtorly following tho sinuosities of the whoro lino to place of
commciicomont, containing about 275
acres. ,
,, Dated tliis 2ht day >.' April, 1908.    .
6. F. Edwurdi, Agont.   .
NOTICK io horoby R-ivon that, HQ,
days after (Into, ;I intend, tn apply to
thc Hon, Chief Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works for a llceneo to
prospoot for i*oul am] putroloum un
���be follow!ur dencribod hindfi; Cotn-
/iiencinn* at a post plantod on th"
bunch nt Iho north-east corner of the
Indian Roseno* in Coinox Harbour,
Unown as Section 4, Comox District,
boinj** u'n liulian Hesftt'vo, contaifiitiR
J55 acre.?.'
l/i.tod Ihi, aii-t day of April, 1908.
0. Q. DBBNAnD.
I Cumberland Livery
| and Feed Stable...
"8. 3. auoon City" (C.P.K.)
Lenvo-* Vaucouver, bunday, 7 pin ��� ��� Ar
rives at Nauaniio, Suaday, lip, in,       *"'
Loavee Nanainio $Ionday, 3��� a.' 111.   Arrives at Union, Meau��>, 11 .*. in.:  Arrive
at Cetuox, Mcuday, 1 i>. ai.
Leave CoaiQX, Mouday, 7 i^ni.   Arriva
at Uniouj Sloujay^,S*Jj.ni,
L*avo Uniou, Tues-day, 5a.m.    Arrive
at Nauaimo, Tue.dav, a* 11.30 ;.. tn,
" ��� Lt'uves Naaainie, Tuomlay,   V.  1   p. m.
Arrive at. V'auoouvor, Tuiedaj, at opiui.
CaUingut Via*, l'orts wiatr. ft^.kJit nud
paaeeu^ers otf��r.
Oclobor   1st, 1007
:: WOOii
\ and Coal
ii Hauled
��� Dtinssiitilr Avenue
jjCUMUKRLANP,  B. 0     j
H-iii'M i-i-i n-Mf-i y��i y-i I f
.��� 1111 ..i..
.".   Pftosnngoi
Train a
ho.' i
Ne. .1
Da. 'IM
V.. 1500
y. h
m n
Iti. IS
In   8
Cohhle Hill,
16 'M
i 'cwiciun,
Ki 41
17 '.S
ii .v:
17 .'t5
11 57
.South VV uliiimtou,
Ar I'i.AH
Ar 18*115
south nouNJ:��-Uo.Mi Up.
No, 5!
Nn, 4
i i'i,*.*
17 '**
Cehl.lL Hill,
10, Ki
IT. 08
17 n
ui v.
li. u
. 0,00
lit. Its'*
. 8���ri0
At, IfiJX
Sr.uth Wntlinjtiin,
i, rt.UO
ot, 16 t.0
Victoria B, <:.
I'ulr.'U and Vi-iur,
I.OItn  Jils.b l' i.K  WLUMMA.
t.i   li. i   uj
serve,     Ciuntiy    Harbour    th.-ttc
���*jtvi'Nf .VI ehuliiK; thonce north   oboul
!!n  .���bnboi'   ih*'��ii*e nmti.rly  folbiwlinf
Un* Miiiinifiitii'i* el tiin Kiitti'o nii"    tu
;��fiur Unto I ttiti'iid'^n apply to lh*.** jpht��" <if   ���timmein'ciitent;    cnntaiiilntt
lloi.o-i.blt'  Vbh't  Cauiiai..iio.i.*r     nt '^'^   ,<Mt    m���* ,!'"wn ,,H r,lUn'
l.undi and \rV>)i-'-in  for a liaouct*   lit
it  ., I  M ,il<r
J.IV. I.AlNil, Kit}.,   M. A.,   O.VCOltt'.
^.(i-Unl by tnnni <lr��'ln.ttu< of thf Iti .'<m- j
vrofjwoi fur oo.l und p.'irol.-uiu nud
ir  the  fnllowtmi  Itnd*)*
N.i. 8 -(Joiuim-nciiM ffJiu u pom pl.e I
,    .   .... i ....   '
-���: -tel "in'J4  ��y or April, 1&0&
VAKJ.'fM'VKll     COAI,   J'HOHI'I'it'T.
G. F. l'Viw*nU, A%tM..
cam cowr of claim No, a,
pUcod about 10 rhni-rt* wen from tlm
Kouih-oitpl oorui*r of Srctlon US. !)''�����
rnmi  T-tnn<1 riutntn'�� went  An nhnlha.
theuce uorth 80 oU.liiH,tluuru eaat 80
ehnlni, theuoe aouth td ehaini    to
t Iip point of een\men*tment,
Duod thit- 22nd (Uy of WWhrunry,'08
HA lilt V   MpCW S vY,   .
II' Oil 8TRWAHT,  ABfttU
"i*t' i Ub������r��llH'>
>t Cr>*. Itfitain auJ t.'un
,.��.r��   'Mcr-ifmi   ��inl
>'o.i��rit* t<"it* for lt..��r.lrr*t,
fi.. tif   (.. uw'tu 11 riv  i.'i...��ith �����,..
"Ui�� ��� .'It'irtl fiiif'ft'ni,''',   'irt.'ftt'h'rt   me *n iti.
gi-nti   >, !���.,,   tiui.i      ��;,..,.    i.    into
APPLY it* ll^Al* MASTflt.
id    it   ii'tf llf* ���-* ���'   corn-r   of  H.rt-.    ,,,,,,.,, ,   , ,       .  ���     ..   ,     ���.
SOIILI,   in   Itt't'iilt-. u.w.tt .that     dO
dtiy��i ,tfic�� '.'uie wo intend to ��|��|d>' tr
ih<?   HonoritJiIti   ihr   Chief   Commlii"
..inner oi* frfi'idh nnd \V..rk�� tnr o lb
.'.���licit ti. I i'ii��|.im'I   fur ci...I   mill   pel fit.
|i>. tn under the fi.re.*>h<,r.'  nnd    under
III"    W llt'T   III it   I'I'    *'��� f   1  ".''*���   'll   *'������..i
���  .,  . ,,\       H'ifi'lel       .l.."i*rlli...|     ii��   fi.l'ntiti
nn: of H..bni.rr.-tmj,.(<||i||i)>|il.l|)rf (l! , ,...,, ���, ���,,.,, ���, ���,.
UAS-F.h   MTKWAt T.   n-nth ��*��*;<��,.   e ,r<������ r .if <*|,iim   V... i.<
Ihniit'e imrlh  !��*������ i'j���   I',) c||.i.'M    llit'iii'.'
Jf   lilf M'EWAU'f,  A��"��i   V',"t  uh..�������� ^"i .'Snln-    t.. *b,< nb.>r. ;
thi-hiv maitl.oilv, loUttwin^ \)n) mtin-f
lun '.ii, JlniuiMii if I ni ruaiiiiitf c.iai
10 eh tlni*, ����r.u H<�� *li��fin. west to
ffbdliM, *ouih M ch i��iN, thed"o eaat
<(�� ch .iim io .h (ioi i ot cwuiiU'iiati
man l.
D.icd thl�� Jind
Notiee l�� 6<T'li*f g'vvn (bit 3o dtya
itfier duu i hiivud to appl}  lo vh>*
Ifftiianillu Vh|.*f CommlMlonfr     of
Laiirfa and Wori;�� for ��� leaae of   lb*
foreahore oppftiitc thr* Weat   aide of
jWiiaN* 32   fid ,13. Dnm��n Mind,
iJ-k^l ��Ma iiud d*f of I'VUttt,*iy.'tlf
U'.GU STICWAUT, Atfoi.l��
Thoiimiiid Mile Ami QniniiuitAiiori Tit ���
ketr, on sale, jiood ovei tail ami MCtiufi
���ini*��, ��t two Niidonedialf cunt* per milt,
.Special traiju ami ureiimcri for Ktc'.ir*
(loin, and H'diirud.i'jtc.1 'for paiiiety mny
he arrwnneil f<u on .tpplHation io the
Dint. Vain. Anutit.il Victoria,
'I lie Coiii|uinv ftnt'ivJi-j tli�� ri|;bi io
��httnv�� without 'previous Notice,sumnicri
��n1liny dmet and hours ol ��Hihn-��.
Exctirinon Tickcn on Hide (mm aud to
ill Htiiiitiriij ifimd lor goin�� journey S.tt'
tnduyand aiinday,' reiuminji not liter
ii.ni ���ViwD'.tny. ,
J, VV, TKUUT, Oan. Hap, n.U#C��Mt bar,
i'i, L. CUURl'MKV, DU*" Frl. * !������, Ag.
mm. mmmmmmmmmmwtmmmm*mmt^mm*mm*mm**mwmmmtm*
��� Nollco l�� IuT*l)y*��ly��n th.tt So duyn
'liter ditiu I nil.'tin to apply lu tan
Hoiioimblr Chief Oommlwlon.r ol
Lnuda nnd Worka tar it lUonoo to
proHpnot for cod and petroleum und
i*r tbo f.illowliitf l.ui<Uj>
No. I-Oomm'iic|iit| *it a jionf matk
ed noii'lfweat eormr of Claim No, 1
ptiteed ii tin ul ^n eliWiiiH virnt tiotu
wuih^uat eorner of fl.cllon SU Dim-
nmn Muni, thenco running cnat M
clulim, th tuo n<>rtb 80 ehliif, thenee
wont 80 eh lm, th ti <��� oonth BOrh.l'H
to point of eo nmen'r-iti. nt.
tt ttiitl ihi.. Und iU*i nt r. t.vuii>,'05
Barrister and Solicitor
Notary Publlo
Cumberland:" B.C.
When in Oumbe^land
STAT AT tBX,,..........
tm*     ALr.-Co.VVtNIBNCM  tOK   Gt'EKTS.
Tuk Bar ik Suituko with
Best Llqyors and Cigars
J. R. BANNERMAN.    'f ?
Hi!��ii��a..'amrit,.mpimjL��> mm., ,.v . ��.i-_*.��ij..ji.ui._jLr
:���    O. H TARBELL
Sportsmens Goods :
. and*
Genera! Hardware
���       (11 lit
*   B"
4>    '
���tt -.
f "*tkw>anei�� gracious,' Buys the girt,
VJo ytoi always ko like tWa to this
country? And aivn't then* any roada?
"'Why, wi,' (siya I, 'Bike!' mid 1
snapped tbo bl����l5Sft��to oyer tho f��o*
Idea' ears, und thoy Btruuff themselves
out llko a bruoo of coyotea, nwarly
patllQff tho backboard out from uotlur
ra, 'Sonietliuotj vru travel :ltko thto,' I
aaya, 'Aud o/J for roada, I de-aidso *eav
You'ro not afraid, ��no you?; ,., .���-: ,
����'Indeed I'm not I thiiite It's gl>
jrioua. Might I drivoV
"'If I can smoko,* u'jiytf ir'thott yoti
tftkii drive.' I'd heard About yoiiag w<v
wiea wbo'd bcon brought.an no tender
Unit tobacker ainulie would ruin tholx
Montis or something, and I klud ot
wondered If ��ho wm that sort
" Tfrnt'o a bargain/ edya oho nrotnpt
'But bow yoa'ro' going to liffbt a cigar
In thtn wind I dou't hoo.'
���"CUinrotta,' flay�� I. 'And If yon
would kindly hold my hut i-tntll I vol
. ouo rollod I'll biku it khid of you.'
M'Dut whst about the bora*a'f .aya
ahn. . ��� "' /
"'Put your, foot, on tbo liiwa tnd
they'll mqlw, that's the uinin 'Mud
only urt of driving on tlio proirlif-oot
to lot Uio Umw got undor tbo hornoa*
feet, AU tbo rust in Jtwt sit ���till uud
look at tho Bcflnory,' ���
"Bbo bold oy iwt for n windbrwH
wid I got tuy paper irlpo tnftfdhuf.
Aod then-nnt n tnntehl I pwireltfd
xrvry pocliot. Not t luclfw. Tbut la
moro ot whnt I got for hnlug fnuny
nnd i'hiiuchi�� n��* elotlton, Aud tlroa
sho liuppeuwl to think of A box Htie
had for truvrtlnir nnd DpIuhI It out of
imr grip.
" 'younjr livfy,* I nays, ���until tt com**
���ft? bo your Uud lufto^rbicb I bor*
wont tvor bnjdn*n-to ho very much In
lovo with n mun who svou't pluy tm<*k
you'll novor properly know tlw panm
of u man tbnt'H not All tbo luAterluli
toiiniobo wit It except tbo lira. Now, If
I hnvo a phjiNm lo do m luuch for yoa
somo tluiv I'm Uuiiu.'
"Hlra laugh*) nud crlnkkxl np bra
eivsm nt uut. 'All rlitbt, Mr. Bnundeiu
Wbra tlmt oUluittto imu tfimiaiM no
fit val, tyijiHfy. nvlp'      .
* "Tho iilmv for tbe miu (but would
dJwUlu you Ia uu iwyluui,' my* I,
���And Uh> only help I'd give you would
Im lo put Mm there.' Nftie lilutdiod reel
nlew. I HUe to noe it woman W��mh
Jt'�� �� trifk th/*;' t-nn't lenm
\l "Ihit I hoo miu wiih put out by my
eiiny talk, no i wt* Imr h put uu tin
bnelt and anyHj ���rx-m't mltiit mo, little
girl. Wo fol(em m-a an clMhUwi rami
woman ao Noidom ttmt It iroen to <>nr
bead*, llnirv wuKti't no ufffoiw oiuawt,
and you'll .���* r..r,li.h If ymi pot U
tlwro.   tJtr* tthnkf tinnda.'
"So tb* fouled atilu nud ultook. i
tn��ao abook, Jt wiiwj't Ilk* Jtaorffni
you ao mucb rold flxb, Hu* way noma
wouiro aliAko bntvla And r-oyn aud
ino, wo xx-erm full jwinla from data,
"I n*iule one mora hnd hreok on tha
limim trip,
"'Jt!iU,!*> v-tl! lie powerful gitd U
**)o you,' wt>�� U
-'iirtnmyl' ei\y�� nhe, Hurprtiml
*4oni*.':* Oh, In that ��Uat yw ����li
f.'ude Al'.m.if
"'Well,  ft no?? it^niefliriMi tantmne
vant m-ay: tnya i, and then my anu
George Washington blood rose again.
���You see, be was kind of lonesome out
there at lint, and we took to calling
Mm Jonesy to cheer blm up nnd make
him feel at bome,' I saya.
'���"Ob,' saya ��be- And 1 i*ecWon sbe
didn't feet so horribly awful about It,
for after looking straight toward tbe
gulf of Mexico for a nilnnto boddenly
ahe btsat right out and hollered. It
seema tbat Jones cut a great deal of
grass to u swipo when be was bade
homo in hia own street, it's astonishing hew little of u man It takes to do
that in the east We bad an argument
qp.*t) on.the sbbject 'It's Intellect does
It,' says Silver Tompkins. 'Oh, that's
tt,,ehr suys Wind River Smith. 'Well.
I'm glad" I'm not troubled tbat way.
I'd rather bave a forty-four chest than
a No. 8 head pny day you cno find in
the almanac' And I'm with Smithy.
.This knowing so much it makes you
sick ain't any better than ladng so
healthy you don't kuow nothing, be-
Hhles being sqilttr^ miles less fun. An.
other thing ttoOut* tiie eastern folks ls
they're oo sot In their views, aad lt
don't matter to them whether the
facis^ be?r out their Ideea or, not
" 'Here, take it eifptr.' Rays one of
the board of directors to uiimi little
fat old man, who had" to draw iu his
breath before he could cross Ms leg��-r
them cigarettes '11 ruin your health,'
aikjs he. Mind yon. be. was always
kicking and roaring about hts liver or
Btuinmiek or some of bis works. I'm
a little over sis foot three in my boots
when I stand up straight, and I stood
���op straight aB the Lord v.ould let me
and,-gated down at that little man.
'Pardner,' says I,-'I was raised on
cigarettes. When I was two yeans old
1 used to have u pull at the bottle
and then my cigarette to aid digestion.
It may be conceit on-my pari,' I says,
'but I'd rather lie a .wreck like me ;
than a prisie fighter like" you.* they're
queer. You'd think: that that little fat
man would have noticed the difference
without my pointing tt out to him.,
"Welt, I don't have to! mention that;
Loys  stirred  things np  considerable
around the Chauta Seechee and viciu-
ltj'.  Geel. What a diving Into wanne- *
guns   and   a   fetching   out   of   good
clothes  there   was!    And trading, of
us5rW"co5Tf"ana Jthlngs~rdr "ujsel��i3"but_
decorating    silk    handkerchers    and
thlugs!   And what a hair cutting aDd
whisker trimming! r
"Btit Kyle was the man from the go
in.   And.lt wai right it should be so.
lf ever two young people were bora
to make trouble for each other it was j
Kyle aud.Loys.'1
������V'A nice, (lercnt fellow was Kyle.
Nothing remarkablo, you could nay,
and thut was one of hia best points.
Ifowftomever, ho had a bead that
coijld do plain tliiuking, a pair ot
shouldern that dlsfouruged friyollng,
nnd hw was ns Btiiuro a ple^ru of fin*-
nlture tt�� over came out or n fnetory.
More'n that, lie Imd <iu!to a little edo-
cniJoD, .saved his ..money, never got
ii��f��re tiiau good hiiturbd loaded, aud
be could rldo nny thing that bad four
legs, front 4 uawhonw to old tiger
'Buck, w'lto .would kick yonr bofh foot
out. of ?bo rturrops und reuob around
ami bite you tu the smalt of tbo back,
tsd quick that the toys would be pulling
ills front hoofs out of your frauio lie-
fme you'd ri-attsK* fhul tho cauter had
befttln. 'Nice lioiw. Buck, He like to
cat ,J,oues,v up oueuiornlng boforo
BII vor and mo could get td the corral,
J.oi*d, thv Uoiuida tiiado Hiy blood run
cold!..Old Buck miueAling llko a boar
pig in a wolf trap, and Jonosy yelling, y'llPlp! Mwdor! Pollcol' Ewo
thnt did Out cure Jones from ntlcking
bin nose where It wnsn't wanted.
Why, ouca-- But, Minuder, it would
ttiKti tno u Iouk while to toll you nil
tluit bap|ieiied to Jotien.
"Ono thing Unit dJilu't hurt Bylo
mny In the i-iiiiipnlgn wits that ho Wiih
' miMt uh Kood looking for n mnn na
aln-'wtifi tot* ii woumu. Thoy mndo a
^tilr to draw to. I Id! you, loping ovor
t!li> prairie full of heiilfji and young-
ijosmI You wouldn't want ta reo a
prottlor idght than thoy mudo, aud you
could we it ut any time, for tlie}'
xvottf toRetber whenever It wuh pomd-
I ilo, Ia))'* wiih bo happy it mado you
fwtl like a boy awiln to boo her. Bin1
told mo In private thnt it wan wonder
fill how ttitf nlr out here ngivw) witli
lior, nml I anld It waa * connidorod
uilglitj* liriiflnw it bd jiovitr lot on tbnt
thoy proi'lnlnimJ thoir atnto of mlml
wary tlnio tlioy looked nt ciwli othor.
J -riK'kon old ttumrt AWck Joni'Hy wna
the only party In tbe twwmdilp who
(I'dn't iimliTHtntnl Kyle in'od to put
vl.it'gnr In his nitre* nnd thtitgn llko
that, uud If you'll auk hlm, "Vr'liirt'a
th'it fnllmv'M niimii that nitm tho clotji-
nut Mtoio lu town/ hu'd como out of
hia twin* uud any 'Von' uud amllo
vwy i��/idiilile to ah��w that bo Uwr*
wnbty adinlflod .vou won* right,
"Wall, tlilui-s went na smooth nnd
may on liulwUddlnu until It cumu timo
l .for Ut,va tw bo Iii<it.uj1ii|f tnu.*, io ��/<���
j Am* ***idu.
'"llien Kyle took nu* Into Ida roufl*
i denot.  I novor wuh Ut-n n^tnulabod ln
my whole liro, and I didn't bill blm
ao.   'Well   wlint nm you going to do
��h*��ut it'/' wtyB I
|    "flo kind of gronued .-u-ni Hi.ouic tiu
1 bf^!    *l ilnniio.' anya bo.    'Do yoa
think tho IIUoi uio, m*dV'   I folt llko
��n,ving,''Woll, If you nln't got nil tho
truli* hut *������<* l0!,�� ***** * m*m> mf
Riiowt,' but | tun.lft ir.lowiitniw, and
aa.\a Ir UV��II, ahout that I dout tblnk
I o'tK'.it to t��x r.ii,vtliliiK, Bt'dl, tf I had
only ono eye left I could two plain
tlmt ht*i*i*dit<iitlon> finlidied.   t-bti don't
, want any mom rollagn, that girl doo't.'
"Think nnff Mya bo. bracing np.
And fbi���� by and by llM*y went wit to
1 rldo, for Join*)  waa good to the girl.
i I'll aay Hint for him.   Ilo waa willing
to do unythlna f*>r ber In r.*��t��oti, n��*
toutliu t�� I'h ' li1*'    ffnf f*;*Ii n;i����n'f
In tb<��m vlcwn; Im- wh*�� ��iu nt the pie
turn a* fur ui liimbnndu went.
'���'nn*> rumi" toi-k ul rn'o-vt. win"
9*0 wholo world waa glow leu ted IU
Game;na jbey were. I reachfxl for tha
field glasses and took a squlat at
them. There was no harm in that,
for they were well behaved young
folks. One look at their faces was
enough. There were three of us In
tto bull pen-Bob and Wind River
8wkh and. myself. We'd brought up
a herd of calves from Nanley's randi,
aod we were taking It easy. 'Boya,'
Bays I under iny breath, 'they'*e made
" 'No,' saya they, end then everybody
bad to tako a pull at the glasses.
?" 'Weil, I'm glad,' says Smithy, and
darn zny bqttons if that old hardsheU'a
rvoico didn't shako. 'They'vo two of aa
nice kids as you'd dud lu many &
weary day,' says be. 'And I wish 'em
ail the luck lu tho world.'
" 'So do I,' says I, 'and I really think
tho best v/o .could do for 'em would bo
to shoot Jones.'
"���Maul Won't"** slxaT says Bob.
And you can't blame us old codgers If
we had a laugh nt that, although it
was sneba iwwerf ul serious mutter to
tho ydungstera.
" 'Let's'go out and tpect 'cm/ says L.
Aud, away >ve went They weren't a
particle surprised. I suppose they
thought the whole uni verso bad stopped to look im. We pnmp handled
a\vuy and langhed, and Loys she
laughed kind of teary, ond*..Kylo ho
lookeid red In the face and proud and
happy and ashamed of .'.himself, and
,we all felt loosened up considerable,
but I told.him on the uulot,( 'Take tbat
fool grin off your faeo uuless you want
Uncle Jones to drop tho moment ho
sees .you.'.,. ' *" - ... . ,,. ..'
i"Nov, they only had three days left
to get nu action on thein, as that was
the, ]thne set for Loys.to go back to
collego.      -
"Next day they held <a council behind the big barn, and thoy called In
Uncle Red���otherwise known as Big
Red Saunders .or Chanta Seechee. lied,
which means 'Bad Heart Red' inSioui,
language and doesn't explain mo by a
duru sight���to .get tbe benefit of his
valuable ndvica.
. " 'Fkip,' -says I. 'Kly for town and
get married and come back and tell
Jonesy about It It's a pesky sight
stronger argument to tell 'bim what
you havo done than what you're going
,to-Ao.l , :_ :	
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aemmm^tttKmMTamm* ���wwanui
"They couldn't quite agree wltb tbat
They thought It was sneaky.
*' 'So lt Is.' wiys 1. *The.Qrat art of
war is.'understanding how to make a
grand stieuk. If you don't want to
take my advice yon can wait' Tbat
didn't hit 'em just right either.
'  " 'What will we wait for?' pays Kyle.
"'Exercise���nud the kind you won't
take when you get na old and as sensible -as me. you're taking. Jong
chances, both of you; bur, It's .lust like
playlug cards, you might an well put
all your' moDoy on the llrst turn, win
or lone, as to try and play uysteui.
Systems don't wo:*!; In fiuu aor lovo nt-
lulra nor any otli��v B*��,*, ��e ohnnee.
Bo gono. Put your murker on- tha
grand radio. In other wonls, take tho
first borse to town and get married.
Ten cbimces to one Jouesy will bn ve tho
laugh on^you Imt'orc the year,la out.'
" 'I don't think you tiro n bit nice today, Red,' nays Loys,
"'JIo's jealous/ nays Kyls.
"'Tbot'a what I ��m, young man.'
says I, 'if 1 bud ton ymm ott my
shoulder* und a lldlo of the glow ott
tny hnlr I'd id vo you a rtiu for your
alley that would loavo yon breathless
at the wind up.'
"'I tblnk your hair is u beautiful
color, Roil.' nays Loys. 'Mimy a woman would like to Lwtvo It'
" 'Of course they would.' I nuHWorod,
'Uut they don't .get It. I'm foxy, I
aoi,' Still. I whn totu'licd lu a tender
njtnt. Thi't. young woiuutj knew Just
the right thing in ' miy, by iioIiim.
'Wt'll, wind are yon young foikn jtoltiR
to doV I r.i'ked tlieiu,
"Tlicy��� docldod (hat they'd ibliik it
ovef unlll next day, hut lli��H luruvil
"*" '���*m-Mti
T?sW*& m-^r*r*^',M
"IM, vnit'ii o lit-ict*.   lon'r* Ut* btnt
it lime nlti-.:" miljH }{���)���*���
out to lo loo Into, for what munt Kylo
i!) but gid chucked from ld�� horae and
it,.    i,l���        V',.
don't want to tako nny iova iiiTalrx
on to thc l-ack of a bud horne, how you
nmrii HKm Thero wan no sueb tiling
aa downing ttvit boy whon ha wna in
hti rigid urlnd.
"Now, hint) wna a huiraht hoyn, aba
daan't try, tnr tenr nt undo, and KyH
ho umn! tlw plnfulast luugiiugo knuwa
to tho tongna of man, Twuh tlio flrat
time I'd aver baaad him aay anything
much, hot ha mad* It dear that It
wasn't beeaww ba couldn't
���������What mux wo do, Rod? wwitwm
wadof aayaba,
���"Verm; mfmm- i vioBt MW ovar lOtm
fhat btxnwetva bad far year tog,'   >
���Ht eraarad tt* Hf,
���*Qe en ui Ml m mbe% *re fctrf
jda,' aaya ho.
Use  a   Paper  Cone   and   Mako  Them
Five Feet in Circumference.
Bubble Mowing is an amusement*
that all of us enjoyed in our early
for both Indoors and out of doors, but
there Is more renl enjoyment when you
make scientific prepswuion for tlio
blowing, for there is a science in blowing bubbles.
vThe best thing so far discovered for
the blowing Is a paper cornucopia, and
with it bubbles can be blown which
will measure three, four or eveu flvo
foet In clrcumfcreuce, provided tho
right kind of solution Is used. All
sorts of tricks cun then be done, such
iib displaying a bubble with u ooiKiuct
or a spinning top (libido of It. Roma
persons tinvo Uimouim un.asoei'l that
they can place threo or four bubbles
Inside one uuotlici*, brightening the effect very much, by .tilling, the small
bubble In the center with tobacco
smoke. Wowing n pin wheel itrotiiid
inulde of a bubble���������ithvays oliclUs li
great deal of appliiiif.o from tl^e ou-
The Bolutlo'n that you tme Is, of
course, very Important. Ordinary wntor and aoap do not possess tbo elasticity for nmklug big btibblott. The heat
solution found uo fnr Is mndo by lining a quiirt bottle half I'uJl ol' dlstlllod
or soft wntor. frilft into It I'our-fli'lhs
of uu otiiice of ciiKtllc kou'p powder and
allow It to iltailvo. Then ndil a third
of a pint of pure glycerin, Tho boltlu
of liquid Khould be placed lu n room
whoro the U'lnporiitiii-o ls about 70 rto-
KrooB. When blowing the bnbliien (he
room should huvo n tomperiiliiro of
from (13 to 75 degrttis. I'our hoiiio of
tha solution Into n vessel inrgn enoiiKh
to admit the liit'itc end of the cornucopia and lot It bo free of froth or littlo
bubble?, us tlicne arc dlsantrous to
blowing large bubble)). Dip Uio wide
end of the hoi-.t Into the llijuld nad
then turn It Hlowly at rlujit iuikIoh
while yon Hike II away. If thero lu a
Hlin on Iho opnnltiK, you.itro ready u>
blow; If nol, dip ngnlii. HUiw gotitly
through ihe munll eml, move the hoi n
quickly to one Hide, ntul ll will Ihi free
to limit In the ii ir, Homo blowers be-
eoine ho dcxtoi'OtiK thai lliey cun produce a ling.) bubble (llh'd wllli Htnoko
nml 'ihen divide II lulu two bubblivi
wl.h ii fan wltliont letting llm Hinoko
OHcnpo. (Imm fun cun be hud by iohh-
lug llie luililili-.i buck nnd forth with
fell linlii, un ilr.'.v du not IhiihI them,
A bubble may bo IoxkwI back and forth
an many iim too times If u llllln cam In
it In lliti-aMlIng to pluee Hnine of the
moIiiIIuii In it I'i'.viiiK pun, hint ll n Ur-
tl.) itnd tlinll blii'.v it tiiibbln 111 the een-
UH' ft tho pun Tie.- bubble will int
bumf, nnd In ii few inluuleB the llijuld
wll.Mn the Iniliblo will begin to Mill,
i ���'.. ���'.,. . ,, ...ii ,,* ^ .Mitini- lute tliii vt-
lotion uud th,mi remove it wiili tho
opening cov irml Willi it lilm. ��'u iui��
Hlin blow n bubble with lite cunnin*
p<-i until n lure" ntn> ti  I>tiinn^"��t nil
top of the ��'*i."--,: t'li-n cni'efuMy reinnve
lh,< fiorn, nti'i ymi 'fill lmIii n truly ud-
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ll      '-J    '    :       <-'      -       ,    -ll)       lljtjl-i ta.y-rrniTriT'  '������������������-=*  mStm.  THE NEWS, CtMBERLAMD. BRfHSH COttTKltA  .. WEDDIN   GIFTS..  At Stoddart, the  Jeweler  Vou haves L������arge Stook tb Seltfot Prom.  1 Cut Glass. Sterling Silverj  COAL MINES RKfJULATlOM AOT.  Notice ol* Rkami.vaWohs,  ..are the right goods for wedding gifts..  V*J  *        BUTOHER' SHOPj  Where are yon groin*?T   I am going to| the Com*x Comparative Meat  Market, where I o������u get a Nice, Tender, Juicy Bouat of Meat: No Bone.  Allkieat.  Comox Co-operative Society,  R. Webster, Manager.  ^������������������������������<i������0������������������������w������^������4-������j>-������<>4������������������������*������*������-������*������*������ ������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������  ji..     ' ��������� -   -        ���������  . ... ���������'. >-' . ....  (V  Seth Thomas* Walthattt, Rockford. Have a large  stock, both Hunting and Open Face, in Gold, Gold  Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases on hand. Silverware  Clocks and Jewelry. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE  AL.L  WORK GUARANTEED.  T. B.MoUBAN  Photographs  FrWAttsroF Victoria���������^  is now in Cumberland, with his large portrait tent, but  witi visit OourteBiiy for two week's, on or alVout the first  week in June, where he will take portraits from 50c. per  dozen.    POST CARDS of yourself at $1.50 perdoxen.   ,  All Iboaa tb**- w������at renl good and ohe������p pietnrus are tftvitntl ko wait far bim.  Farm* And Family groups a apeoulty.   Abo lifelike pictures nf your baliJM^jj  (���������9*ftA���������9t*^9emWt*)9999 mm  BOVRIL renovate*  the blood and builds up  imiscle and nerve. It it  good for children,  athletes and invalid*-���������  good for ail.  t������a������������xa  A BlaUun-idurg rn-jtchivit wa-t  dozing itt It is utoro onei dny when  h littlo girl with a pitcher appeared  in tlio iwit-ivny tirul nskod tor a  quart of iiiol^wjo-j, The storekeeper yawned, strotelnH himiolf,  half opoiidd his oyea and in au injured torte said, "Ain't there nobody in BUdmmbiirg that sella  molasses but mw?"  NOTIOB i* beteby glrsn that ejtami������������.  tlont will be held for 1st, 3ud and 3rd Class  C������r������llidaU������ ot Competently under tha pro-  vUttini of the "Coal Mine. R*gul**,ion Aot"  ttt N������iir*lmo, Kernl 1 and Cumbtrlsod, on  tha Kith, 17th aad 18th day* of Jun������, 1908,  aod for 2nd and Srd Olaaa CVrtltioiUi  of Competency, at Cutitice, on lit* Ittifa aud  17th day* of Juna, 1908, oouim������iioin| at 0  o'olnolc i> khft f.Kiioon.  Ths I'jacts will Im m follow*:���������  Firtt Clau OandldaiM��������� .  Muiitig Aot aud Sj^wul Ruloii  Mint, tlatet,  Ventilation,  Qtiueral Wnrk,  Mine Maoltiucry,  Surveying,  Seooud CUss 0������.������di<lftte*���������  Miuidg Aot and SpeoUl Rule*, ;  Mine Gases,        1  VoutiliUfoi.t  General Work.  Third Class Oaudldates���������  Mining &.ol and Speoial Rntss,  Mine Gases and General Work-.  Application must b. made to tho under-  dsrilgned not later tt.an Friday, June 5th,  1908, aouompatied by the statutory fee, as  follows*���������  tiy au ayitltoant for First UU*������ Examination ..$1000  By ������n apblioaat for Ssoond Cl������ss  Itxnm*  inatioas.  .$10.00  By w������ apjtiioant for Third Clans Elimination ,,....15.00  Tbe applications must be accompanied by  testimonials and evidence stating that:���������  (a) If a candidate for Fust Clans, tnat l.e  Is a Brituh aubjoot and has at taut 5 years'  experience iu or abont the practical working of a ooal mine, and Is at least tweaty-  tife years of age:  (b) If a candidate for Second Class, that  he has had at least five year*' ������xperi6uoe in  or abont tba practical working of a' coal  alusi  (o) If a candidate for Third Class, tbat  iffMrfira^rliirrtliffreTWri'^topsrlettee-*  itstti abttut il.o pr*ettc������l k&rkiig ot a ooa!  mine:  (d) A sandldite for a Certificate of Com-  pstenoy a* Manager, Ovarnun, ISiiiftbosa,  fircboM, ur S'iulligiit������r, shall pioduoe a  certificate froin a duly qn^litied medio*!  liraotuloner showing thai be has vtkua ������  viutiroe in u ..butancD work fittiug him, th������  .aU cautlidate, ���������:. tfiro Hnt aid to person.  injured m ..onI mining operations.  By ,������ni������r ol the IVntJ  flUNUK U, SUBPHBRD,  Scer������t*ry.  OamWlaml, Vt. C . May 19sli, 1908,  nn      . ���������'i ��������� - i 'in'   ���������������   "WESTWARD UO"  1 Pacific Coast Grown ^  Seeds, Plants, Trees,  for the Farm, Garden, Lawn or  Conservatory  Reliable, approwd varieties at reason-  able prioea.  No Borers, No Scale, No Fotui-  gation to damage Stock,  No wiudy aganta to annoy you,  Buy direot and gat trees and gecda that  will QUOW  Fertilizers, Bee Suppleis,8pr������y  Pomps, Spraying Material) Cut  Flowers, etc.  M. J. HENRY  GreenUotise* and P. O. Ad������  dre������8-8010 Westminster Rood.  '* Mt - ���������' 'l' ���������A one horne trea  ,  ���������',  sriit.nlil''- lor   churn or sopa  ,"i;t)r. a;>|)ly to A. Urquhart' Cuurt-  4.-;.y. 0.0.  Kricko tliol*!iot������|������raplior,  ij in  ftowit, it,x*i your picture Ufcou whilo  din in li'H'u.  W'.rl;  on the new Vo������t, O'lito  jplt.i In b^itig piiHltoil ahead as rap-  j^Jly aspoHdiMe.  M.'i. MoMill'in eamu up  from  J'-.r'niiiiit Inland ott Monday,  '.fri, it)tit. McKnight caine ap  j'lilnvntid i������ Uih ^atist ot her  i*>������'t)tn Mr. and Mr*., Halorow,  Geo, Leighton of Courtenay li an  nn hand a tine line of buggieB,  wftgonR, and farming machinery.  Mr, Leighton is agent for Mc-  Unghlin Gear Bngeies. Those  desirous of getting anything in  thia lino should see his stock beforo buying ���������elso-.wlutn&v George  Wghtou (/ou'rteuay B, Ot  ���������*'\   '    '9> >  Thu liiuiiuijof (Joiuox Llivo, No.  ifl, 8. O. T. M, purpose giving a  concert and ice cream social Monday, May thu 25th, in the Agricultural Hull, CiMirtenay; admis-  eiott 25ctn; ice oreaui usual charge.  A gimit time (a protnised. Every  body Welcome  S> * HI' IMS*.  I.   ,  tlt.tHkh.  T. Uipley was in town last week.  mi f* !  Thos.ti  CI  j)������(SXg������������������SX5)������$)������������������^^  Vehicles, Implements*  Incubators, Etc., Etc*  -:\  Every Tool  For tlie  Farmer.  v-n-hi imn-h  Prices  and  Quality  guaranteed  "Hl'M'I'Ml'H  Walworth-Rolston Co. w.  H. S. COLSTON,  Managing Director.  Vanoouver, B������C.  ������e% F. , Hm ie, ft gent, Cumberland, fi. C.  Funeral Direcr||J  tor | and Em-|  balmer     *  i House Ralt^nsr nnd Re-1  [ ncwlns  jj   Foundations  Carefully Attended to*  Cumberland,  B.C.  *������������������������������������*������������M������**i������������������������������4������  WALL PAPER  M^kXir Gt)0DS^\lr\xxT COLORINGS & 1DE-  I\CW  STYLES.  INCW AS in DECORATION  The only thing aot highelass ab.nt oar magtt'-ti'phi collection Is  the fries.   To cm ooal* aoibiag; to hive it ewtti. lislle.   Bt.rdera  same price per roll as hanging.   A COMPLETE LIKE d FURNITURE snd JtOVSH PURNISHf������������5,  BEDS and  liBDUlNO,"*  LINOLEUMS and GABRBT 8QUARKS,  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  ta.  9*.  ������*������*?*#*������*#^������*������^������������^  J, H. COLLINS, |  NOTICE,  ���������<i '��������� m-99-t: ^9^9^^.* *^* ���������*+"���������*<*��������� c:<meee+������������������������������������������������������������  THE ROYAL BM OF CANADA.    . ���������  Joi. CrutRottl camo up on Friday.  ��������������������������� 9 t    tiitin     *'''flCt  Mrs. Miwlem citino up on  H  ' <v  i>    M"r-M,.U*'**iv  returned  > Victoria on FWdaf,  Mir., T   lligj/a'' r������tiirnt*d from  ^JrinHiiiM on  Wttin������������(Uy,  ~������������������mtr���������������������������  Inspector Dick came   up   on  ^VodiitiiKluy.  Pricke will be hem for ��������� few  I**.*!, ami is prepartxJ to {***> aU  ^.iida of ploturf*, jat  reasonable  prie-oa.  TticS.  S*   W**������&>9 "hfeb  It,* tn������n*fod op$ty������������foa Bay for  itira fo- force time, 4a taking a  Vo of ������*I to Skafrray   l^la  r\*v  *��������� *  \rcliiu M C.illiiiu, of Hornby wax  in town last week.  Bonnyeastle Dale, whose il-  imtrated nature studies in ''Westward Ilo J" have attracted considerable attention, has in the Mny  ii'uno a timely article ou tlie American Navy, Mug the result of  his recent visit to thu Bremerton  Navy Yard where he secured several line pictures of the battleships  for the Magazine* In fiolion the  oonttmts for tho month include  "Tlie Widow of Hnnlbek," by A.  N.St, John-Mildmay; "Joo. and  Alleen," by Arthur Dnvios} "The  Second Claim," by Bllloo Glynnj  ���������'The Trials of Threo,"by G.A.  Russell; "Tho Hrain-Storm/'by L.  MuLaud Uunld; "A Hero of tbe  Plains," by Charles Droan, and  ait) Jthe concluding chapters of  Olive Phillips Wolley'a powerful  surlal, "^nkinut." The editor  this mouth has takon Winston  Clturcliill for his sketch in his  interesting dupitrtruent, uMou I  Have Mut.*' J lowland Uoadlej  tells thu story of Vancouver's new  Frl.' P'WM,m' ~"t,'������    North    Arm,  ���������vhiie Uliialdo M,  Hall deals in  i iivrei ing   mautier   with J'ort-  Uiid's Roi<e Carnival, both arti-  lus bd.ig ve'l illustrated.   Tbe  Mrs. (Capt.) Cutler, of Unioi  Hay keft for Victoria,   Satnrday,  ��������� ���������" '���������"���������  ������������������   JU rs. Willi mar aud son, Ans*  tin, returnod ta Courtenay Wed  ncsday.  Mr. Frank Shepherd came uj  on W������dtiw*lay.  ��������� i     III     mmt^ay-mrmmmwtmm  A good story is always accopi  able, bnt tba .yonhm \a that dif-  /at������0t people can't agree upon  what eo������������iitirt������agrtod atorj. *  * i ���������   ��������� t e*tf*ft    * , - #  A Court of Revision to heal*  appeals* against Assessment Roll  of the City pf Cumberland, for  the year 1908. will be held in the  City Council Chambers, on  Monday*, May nth. 1908 at 7.30  P.M. AU 'persons .desiring to  ���������ippeal against assessments are  icquired to give written lioticejto  the" City Clerk at least ten- daya  before above date stating gtound  of complaint. , ?,  A. McJKiNNpN,*  .-   (Htv Clerk-  AW'HCATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE.  NOTICE is beredy ^Ivon that one  month from date I in ten b to apply to the Suporintendwit of Provincial Police Victoria for a renewal of tbe Hotel Licence held  by me for tbo Port Harvey Hotel  situated at Port Harvey B. O.  [Signed]    John Mahrer.  Dated sth day of May, 1908.  APPLICATION FOR HOTEL  LICENCE ������������������  NOTICE U hereby given that  ono month from date I intend to  apply to the Superintendent of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  renewal of tbe Hote Lioenoe held  by me for tbe Ruby House situated  at Port Kiuam B. C.  Signed Edgar Mc.Konzio.  Dated jth day of May 1908.  APPLIOATION FOU HOTEL  LICENCE  NOTICE is hereby given that  one month from date I intend to  imply to the' Superintendent of  Provincial Polico, Victoria for a  renewal of the Hote] Liconee held  by me for tbeGrant Hetol situated  at Minstrel Island B. C,  [Signed] Comliji& Armstrong,  T)tttoi{ 19th, dnvttf MnvtflOK.  Cai'it/.l, 83,9(10,000  KK-okRVx, 84,300,000  Austin,   $40,41)0,000  Du*-bits, $B8,7UUt00O  =!Money OVmimre  ��������� ^������������������1 win ���������!��������� rii tin si miii n m   -Rates*   |S aad under        ���������      ���������   * ���������  Ofet   td and Uot croct'itiii,,' ?I0  Over 110 nnd not exceeding *30  Over 830 und not oxceediitK *W  SOeote  ti Units  toiA-tnta  -. -  150enU    * '  Th������������se Motiey. Ordehi ������fe |iigrnbl������i wrrUoCr wm in any   Charter*);! i  attic in Cnnail*. . * '  BaAk in Canada.  Interest Added |?our Times a Yearjti Savings"liwik.  a:������Jietherby, m*^������������������-  '  The splnndid Pnrefaaron stallion  "JUST  41734"  U������������Jort Uuy,   W*igii,t, lWft.)  '   !**r. x A    y" * ,  * ' ���������������������������' .       ���������       ' '* ,',*! '*'U.''   , **.     'li    ���������     ~  See jlfatoM  for ;k>ute to begin  B. Crawpoud, CoMrteunyi i. ^  Tarma,   $28 Inaurahei  '     ���������'-  '��������� ' '        ������������������������������������i   .' '.        -      '.'   .���������:���������������������������    ���������  ***���������  '������"*>*   ."M>Miine> mi  V ..AinA--;:'^'erete'nt  Iv.  rilJLs/rt     TAiLoa  T4UOH  LADIESVtAILOK.MADBCOSTUMES A SPECIALTY  suits ennoa to qudbh and     ,  IH ANY STYliB VOU XaiSH,  yyf^TO<vii'" *#ife 'ftiT Aft a Krngiaii..'  "������������������   K������H|HWW^.^Hi^F sW       mmm l^BPi       ^OT   wmw IHMaWMB ^  SMMSIMMPiV  Priow From $20 to $40.  ���������MM  CUMBERLAND,  -mmm*H*tm*m  B������' Ci  i>������| 1  H'MIWIMI'MMHIffM   ���������fl'M-M'M-M-M������H-l-l-H-l-l-������  ���������Specials at the  Dig  Store  this week���������New Potatoes, Aif ar  'ublislinrs aunonncetliiittliejiinijagtis, Boiled Ham, Rhubarb, Ap  *SIU1   Wilt   IK*  Mtimber."  ���������iluiue-������*wik.or *  Mr. I*. CHffo met with a pecti-  !l������r accident tli'*i wn������������k. Ue waa trying to get a bull cut of his field  vliun th������ bull iii4'li< a ruili at him  Vfr. Cliffe put hi* foot np and  nade a kick at the animal, striking his foot on it* born, which  lid:  Oranges, Cream Chew,  ilifornia p heese���������Simon L tint  St Co., Ltd. .  It may not take all kinds of  if people to mxlre a wo^ld, but It  a % safe bet that all kinds gat In  it) ihegajn*,' ' ,"'"    '*  TO THE PUBLIC.  ii ��������� ������������������������������������1������������������������������������ ��������� 1 mM     . ,  - ~ ��������� '   '       '    ' ,**,,, * * *  ;; We beg to inform the Publfe of Cumberland and District that;;  ;; on April aoth we purchased the milk business of Mr, S. Piercy ;;  ;; of Sandwick, and are prepared to deliver pure milk daily, also < ���������  ���������; butter, eggs and other farm produce. With careful attention ''  '. '* we hope to retaiu most of Mr. Plercey'a old customers.  Abe & Ito,  W4WMHIIOIIIIIII   fiil'lllHllllllllH'  Mr, U. Hunden has added to his  Itoek aflne line of stationery and  Violin Strings, drop iu and see  tbem.  Mused Ivvu* tii kuock iiui lue of tamed TUurday.  ils loft foot ont of joint.  Mr, A.   Pickles, of  Deuman  nne up on  Wminosday and   re-  tr  Ifr, % J. tJJriafw.l d������wn \$  Mr. Fwl Piftey came np form  {{unman Wadneaday and rettirncd  T'inr������J������Y  I am   .nm    **  9 9  Mr. Chas, Grant haa been appointed assistant to Mr, Baird at  the Government OIBce..  Ti. S. Eaton of Victoria Conservative Organicer Is in town.  A real orator is a man who  won't work at any thing eiso and  never gate any good from fo|k  Oet  your picturva  taken   by  Frieke  the   Vaitconver 'Photo.  ���������  grapher, good work gnaranteed.   -���������e -  TRby aand away for yoor prfnti  ing, when yon ean get It done  rigHt We in yonr own   town.  Jnitiuf^odand jmt������������ eheapaa  In NenalHKN Victor)*, or Vaneonv*  er, , Oar; plant Is equipped  with  the litest faeee of Typ* *nd yonr  ttr**������r shall receive prompt alten*  . Ion���������no matter Iiow e ittli,  IM      I      II     ������l  MIIMII   I  Peopla are dUlnterwstad simply  bffj&aw they en stee^lftstly  Imp.  Hr?,0^*���������*������$*lH  a ii *..*.


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