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YOUR PRINTING        |
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ut ouit    ho well anywhere elne i I
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VOL. 6
Auction Sale
ISABEL ST��� COURTENAY
Saturday, Next, August 31st
AT 2.00 O'CLOCK,
For fl r.   R.  M. Glazbrook, who is leaving the district, the whole
of his    ousehold Furniture and    effects,    Including    Pinno. Cook
range,   S rwing   Machlne.etc.    No  Reserve,    Terms   Cash.
For particulars see  posters or the Auctioneer.
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
We have Coots and Shoe* In all Sizes and all   prices The very
Latest S*yle��..and..our pricse are right
Our First Shipment of Sweaters has.just arrived You should see
them for they are just what you want .for the i"-'aii.
SANFIELD ...UNDERWEAR
Both Hed and Black Label   Penman's 95 in all sizes.
We have a large assortment of..Boy's Suits, ranging in Size.   22���
3!i In various styles and colors.
Wr are offering thes_   suits st tow     Fiices.
It Is hot necessary to Mend 'Stmt for these-goods for we have them.
Courlenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite City Hall W. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
��� t* .   ci
THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
���ON	
Canvas "Fleet Foot" Slices
 AT	
The Courlenay Shoe Slore
To Clear ou; our stock ot    Canvas "Fh-t l"oot"Shoes, wc are offering n discount of
20 PER CENT.
on all lines in stock
You can beat a drum, but you can't beat this.
LOGGIE BROS.
ext the Drug Store
Phone 48
REVIEW
RICKSON'S
Gent*'  Furnishings
and Hatters
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY AUG, 29 1918
NO. 39
BIG   REDUCTIONS
Local Lines
AIil.l". K' rlim is n; Victoria nnd the
Souiul cities mi ;i holiday trip.
Mrs. II. A. Oolllaoii will he At.
Homo mi ihr Thursdays during St>|i-
li'iulii'i-. ni lln- Vicarage,
Mr. ('. S. Wuod has Just l-cceivrd a
i"rm imnni-iii of Westlnghousa M.o-.'hi
inn-1>��. which will bo Bold at lho same
prico as other grades ol lamps, while
lliey Insl. Mr. Wood says Mill lumps
nn1 iini' inr another advance in p i'i'
in iim near future, nml tlm! now s
iho tlnn' in pui in your winter supply.
Sonn' Courlenay Res are having fine)
spun catching Tyee salmrti nl Coninx
hay lhis week.      It.   Christie ha-i Iwo
tlm s In    Iiis   credit    nii'l    Messrs
Iii'iii. i I ninl Willi'iitnr also had ri
Splendid     catch.       Sunn-    nr till'    llsll
weighed nearly forty pounds.
Him-., and lot���Tiior s-l". Bargain
priri'.    Apply  Review Ollico.
Wauled- lo Rent, a piano. Good
care will ho taken, nnd insurance carried nn s line.     Apply R  Christii',    ....
I'm- ;-*n!"- Fo'-l car,1915 mode', new
mils ("ininiiil:ili"ii and fan belt. 4
gCoil tlre=i nml tubes with spare inner
tube. Spare crown whe-1, drive p'n-
IIon uxlo nnd geir wheel. Top, upholstering etc., all In gnn-l order. Apply T. Mordy, Box 105, Cumberland.
Wanted���To buy a house in or near
\  own.   Will pay  cash.   Apply  A.   P.
Carter, Courtenay,
Wanted���Rooms and board on farm
, I'm- Vanouver busines man anil family
for two or throe   weeks.   Apply   Box
A, Review Ollico.
!
For Sale���A beautiful Airedale (fe-
male) dog, 7 months old, affectionate,
n splendid watch dog, and a born hun-
lar.   "tin.   Also   two   Yorkshire   sow
.Jjngs. 7 mouths  old.   $30   each.   "Mrs.
^MacKay, Dnsliwocd, Qualicum P. O.
i .FOR SALE���Haul back blocks and
!i;ulL-.-.s. Sell Wat. R-Jtigla-ir *Coht*��-
|nay, B. C.
! ARRIVED -AT LAST at the Ford
Garage���"AMBU," the Great Electric
; Trouble Shooter. It ls estimated that
Ihere ore some 12,000 different ails in
the Starter and Lighting systems in
use today.   "Anibii " gets all of them
I absoiutelji "o guessing, and at  very
I little cost to the customer.
I FOR SALE���Ten good milk cows-
Government tested���for cash, or   ex-
. change for sheep. T. A. L. Smith,
Hornby Island.
Q.TIET FAMILY COW WANTED--
Fresh or about to freshen. Send pal'-
liriilars to Box A, Review office.
Milos for hire���la.rge and small���
1 day-or night. Ford "Garage. Phono
,46.
j The Ford Garage has a Welding
plant with  a   first   class   jyelder,
! Briii'*- in your broken parts in cast
] iron, sk-el, aluminum,   and  brass.
it-tc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
PATT1-.USON CMANDLKR &
STBPHB.N'jLTD., tfitli  Ave. and
; Main St. V'tieonvi-r, B. C Monuments, He rls'fones und Cemetery
1 Fefiees] the largest Monumental
works iu the wist.
Lost���22' iaiiiu-'i hull with red
trimmings last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom nn Saturday, Finder
k'ndly notify N, II. Bodeu. phone
59.
For Sale���Aboul 3 i��a acres of
land lu lhe Citv of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria, B. C
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see U'm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford enrage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
II. V. Collins was sn unfortunate r's
to break his arm while "oranldnk" his
em- Insl   Friday,
Mr and M:<. It. 1 hrlstle I'lilertain-
eil a number of their friends to n veranda dam 11 Wednesday evi uim  of
lllsl   Week.
Miss Li lla Cm roll was 'nt h ��� 0 " to
11 number nf Imr young friends on
Wednesday afternoon, Sl ,��� exnecis
in 1.'nve Bhortly fnr Normal selio .1 at
Victoria.
wirir Mr  i-'im'v wns nl Seattle < n
" Ivp!    '>"���'*������ - ���   '���-��� lie1'' Ij   ran rr-
u..rs a   et. ,.t r    ,11..1,,,     u un offi red  to
tnlie iiie entire output "I the Onurte-
ti>iy coinlonsni'v nl a good price. Need-
loss in siv .Mr. Emory jumped al tho
rieil losl en lime in closing Hie dent.
He linr nlr-n wised th" price nf milk
I'nr All'll-rt  in GOc.      This will h' ��'el-
emei' news to ill" farmers, some if
rvhi'.i wore afraid tho oomlensory might have in close down.
On Thursday evpiiln*r in-" s. O, s,
niednls wpre nn " t'l "il tn the school
hoys who had worked on Hip lain- during tflie summer months. Short a*'-
dreis'-s were m.-iile br- H. Stewart Mav.
or Diiiif'ii, Hon. E. n. Bn'-row, Rev.
Mr. Hood, of Cumberland F. G. R*>1*-
ertson, ninl Mr, Thompson, Misos
Robertson, W. A. Hrini'''3, awl Mr. a"'l
Mrs Macinityre contributed the music
and the ladies of the I O. 1*1. E. served
refreshments. T'-e boy '���!>- received
111. dais were:���F, Wi-lgh:, '}' lluncnn,
T 'nhnslon. C, "ie" M Ilnrul, A.
rtol-orisnn, ,T. 1!. Parkin, NT. Blackmail
la. Painsell. Harold Snider. A. H.'mios
C; Wesl, TI. P. I'li-e!. IT. Rnv.
Anglican services
Sept. 1st. 14th Sunday   afler   Trinity
11 a. m. Matins and Holy Communion
a St. Peter's. Coniox.
2.30 p. m. Evensong  and   Sermon  at
St. Mary's, tlroii'Miam.
7.S0 p. ni. Evensong   and   Sermon   nt
.St. ohh's, Courtenay.
���pWH "mir periTrte r arefully   nolo the
change which has been   made   In the
above table of services.
H  A  COLLISON,
Archdeacon.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Courtenav
Sunday  School and  Bible Clas
!0:30 a. 111.   Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
Miss Downey <>f Comox has beeu
appointed school misiress in tlle place
if Miss Miltgan vim 1ms gone to Any-
>x.
A. Japanese Mutual TlonolU Society
has heen formed in iiis district. The
initial meeting was held nt the home
of Mr, T Yiiiieila 1 n Saturday night.
Mrs Millard ami fnmil ��� returned home from Victoria on Sunday,
Mr. and Mis T. Booth a-rived
cm Sunday from Vancouver mn!
Victoria
Mr. 1-'.. Emery returned or. Saturday irom a business trip to Van-
corner and Seattle.
Miss Minnie Leighton returned
on Salurday from ;. lvv( v.-ek's
holiday nt Vancouver,
A number of tMasonic brethren
uttendecmhejimeeting of tlie .Nanaimo Lodge on Friday evening.
Win. Douglas was also among
tiie Courtenayites who went to Van
couver on Friday lust ami got ma-
rooned in the terminal city.
Mesdames Dawson and Harms-
ton, and Miss Janet Haymaii returned on Saturday night from a
fortnight's visit lo Vancouver and
the Sound Cities.
Dr Morris, of the- Crows Nest
Pass, is iu tlie district visiting his
friend Mr. Carey, who has lately
tuken a responsible position with
die Canadian Collieries.
Auctioneer Hardy will conduct
a sale for R. M. Glazbrook on Saturday aftetnoou. Mr. Glazbrook
has taken a [position in Portland,
nnd the family will move there in
a few days,
Mr. Win. Matthewson left on
Friday for Vancouver for Vancouver, intending tu letum on Saturday evening. He, like many others-is tied-up there owijij to ".lie
strike of lhe Captains aii'd   Mates.
Wholesale
Retail
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
AND PATRONS
Those indebted lo this ollice
for subscriptions and job printing
are requested to pay up without
delay There aro quite a number
who seem to think that thoy are
under no obligation to pay for
their paper. Please call at his
office or pay Hi" collector.
The ISrackman-Ker
Milling Co. Ltd.
Hay, Grain, Flour ant' Fee**-.
Warehouse East End   O urtena*.
River Bridge
Telephone 66R
I. N. McLeod has purchased
the coltage lately occupied by R,
M Glazbrook.
Around two hundred lots will be
offered for sale at the City Tax
Sale on Wednesday, September 11.
A Province correspondent writes
ol lln., ui.Mriet an follows: ���
Automobile traffic is heavier tliis
tear and more Aineiic'-ii cms than
ever are coming itl. From five to
a dozen c. is lh taken .. rt..-.3 the
gulf on every trip uf tlie ii ucess
Patricia, The landing arrange-
ments in Vancouver are ex -client.
Au elevator system for the Nanaimo wharf would be a Yar-t|nnprov-
nieut.
Fishing in Cameron Lake and at
Sprotl and Grand Central beyoi.d
Alberni has attracted many visitors
over'the most picturesque road.
North of Nanaimo most of the visitors go through lo Campbell RKer
for the section be>oi:d Cuur'.en.iy
and Coniox is i�� splendid shape,
Very large lugging operations are
now being carried on elrnw* to tuu
highway just soutq of Oyster JR:v-
er towards Campbell,,lakes, where
the Jtrout fishing is icnarkibly
good, llie highway is as tine aud
well kept as any 'n .the country.
In [act, tlie broad itat*t*Be*-U that
there aie now no ;'*"r l;-gHways
ai, Vancouver lil..-.:*. is [CunCv
true.
No Island tourist uowa.ijy* parses up aud down from '^u.ijreum ;o
Courteuay without buying at i��tu_t
an oppoilunity uf tnaki .g s coDCri-
butiou to the Reu Cross,    Mr. Coe
ton, u Uo has a pretty cottage aj.*c";Ji
of Qualicum, stops ;v;rv car   thut
passes with an   invitation   to  bu**-
boquets from his^pr^C-v   fitttc g*ir-
ileu,    He is a discriminating  iSLt-
tcur florist aud hi* jtsmisea   *r��
aglow  with    -���'.' ��� '-      Dw.rijf  trie
Inst few weeks !������*: hssaj-iK'-'tes. b���3
tar the ReiCt'-^ iron ^ -Ivwes:
safes and wipes to   roum:  orf-l^*
season   with   an    even   huadreni
Though he often stops cars*?--_________��
at high speed, he gets few -"hama
when the cause for the roadduie
visit is |m.ide known, America*:
tutirists.Jhe says, are imrfir^iiy
gracious and g-nerous in their torn.
tributions as well.
Mary's Little Shoes
Mary had a little iimp
And furrows on her brow,
,She couldn't wear a number :**"*o.
But tried it anyhow,
Corns
Corns
Corns
Use
Robertson's
Corn Remover
Comox Creamery
Butter
65c per lb. this week
W.G.Robertson
Courtenay   .   B. C.
A Simple
Proposition
Here is the McClary
Sunshine Furnace
proposition.
McClary's heating engineers will give you advice
and estimates of cost of
correct heating plant free.
When you purchase a Sunshine Furnace, McClary's
engineers will provide you
proper plans for installing
it the McClary way by
which they will guarantee
satisfactory results.
Por Sale bv
C, H.  Tarbell & Son
McClaiy&
Sunshine
Furnace
London Toronto      Montreal       Winnipeg       Vancouver
St. John, N.B.    Calgary       Hamilton        Edmonton      Saskatoon THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Courtenay Review
1 Comox Valley Advocate
ily  Newspaper, Published nt
Courteuay, It. C.
30DKN, Bditor nml Proprietor
ion SI riu per Venr in Advance
U per annum if not so pnid
DRSOAY AU0.29, 1918
IERE    AND   THERE.
re ever fond of {digging iu-
listurr of the past, aud in>-
Jterests US more than to
it 25 or 30 years ago eggs
Id nt 10 cents a dozen, and
a t2   1-a  and   1��, cent.' a
what   about   it.   Wages
en only 11 dollar ami n -iniii quarter   a  day,   Which!
.011 rather have���the day '
|i food aud  low  wages,   ur
[1 wages i.nd deal food.
..now very  well  what  tlie
it,
years ago the masses were
prone to complain of hard
- they  are  today.    If   the
foodsttifis wns low fifty
go the income of the consu-
s in proportion and tli" pro-
ound his market limited,
irlil has moved in the last
lttiry and it is hard to heat there has heen no pro-
r the liying conditions of the
matter of fact we do know
as been an advance all along
. Take yourself, for in-
Mr. Reade, are you living
mine small house you did
i vears ago, and did yo 11
ink of eating strawberries,
t 25 and 30 cents a box, or
a bathroom in the house. ,'���
instead of a stove, etc.?
r reply to these depend the
to a lot of gru nbliug lhat
leu heard nowadays.
said that General Mewburu
ile in England, endeavor to
thc regulations tespecliug
iring of service chevrons,
h the General succesi It
--there was some outward
ible sign by which one may
difference between a safety
ldier wlio lias spent, say
ears at a desk at Argyll
and the man who hns
his decorations iu the held
:ront line trenches. A Lou
���respondent, writing on the
says:
rgyll Honse at this moment
1 a certain Major wearing
. and three blHe chevrons,
:r Order of the britisii I.m-
d a Russian decoration, and
has spent his whole time at
work in England,
ese chevrons are to be ho-
they must be earned, else
I soldiers will place them ill
ie category as docs General
, V. O.i and refuse to wear
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��� ���'������ \ Icanmcaf. fafaltdkaH.suefor
���.,"   ; j fof. frimmed ffow sfesk.chop or
V ��J!"">J-j__��      0 I A One-.-. ticutx of ttuuf twi-Jhs aboul 0i�� Ounce.
'il <���'      j i        y h'i".' ll oftfi-?
.601       1 .  ll, , in Ciudi
I  1    Id 1    --i. ''���'    I   '    ' '������r\i'.o
Soldiers 'J ?w alltesoi ioO.OOO
pounds .if meal,
or a saving in one
year of"
36.5OQ0OO
pounds of valuable
animal ii-.ovl.
v\        Ifijli ��!lis Saving represents flte
l^'f'-M1, meat* from at least 90.000
' *"S /  sice.-: of average ckessed
"%.        \ weigh*���     ""       >
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*">;>*��< *--*-rv- ^w^ _x|_
'���'.'��� : y P. iHadian f."i-iiiyeau save [Mspreeiopsone     m
~'\ ���:��� t  *���!   ��� h- ������-;! -. -^cvt'iy day from the garbage   ps
���  ii' Klfwirc; timptioit of meal by IntsaitiouHf: SB
1 ]       'h     o���    -: ��� ���    'VQt ..yromde forHiefnllniealration-   Mm
.j "���: foi irfesi���- m
]   :���   J CO.COC ��� C.i ..'.dun Soldiers. \t
.... ir. A ��������� mmtat matmmT&BHt^amaa^mmmmm*am^mVE aBBM*--*"]
ir ���
y
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Fall Suitings
McPhee BlocI
Courtenay
stated that one of the lnrg-
1 corporations iu Euglaud
ind in ante-bellum days iiu-
a certain material from Alts
ougli u German firm for
ta converters discovered al
inning of the war that it
v i uough of tliis  material
1 ��� I ist two years. Al tli,.
tlu- first two years the com-
mud that its supply had iii
>d sue the   directoi i   wt re
\-jJ '. , tlllll to llle   HI idllisls
jRF'oii of the problem.    The
Its infoitin.il tin in Ilml .,
ul supply of this same m i
���ii-, available only a short
e from ti|eir own plant. A
���is sunk close to t heir fur-
md now the firm li is all tli--\
f the material formerly im-
from Austria. This Is only
tlie many instances that go
v that within the confines ot
npiie there is everything re-
that will render usiudepen.
: Gerniriiiv and Austria wlitrn
r is ended,
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victor; .���Leaves Courtenay 11.35    Monday,
Wednesday and  Friday,  connecting  at Parksville
Junction wilh train for Port Alberni, and  at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vi loria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo wilh boat from
Vancouver ind at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at 16.10.
Phone Rl.60
D. B. NICKERSON
As��'ttt Courtcooyi
Campbells
lirst Showing
of
Early Fall Goods
OressGoods
I Coatings
Kimona Cloth
I
CeylonFlannel
J
Plain and striped Silks in ail
shades, Voile, Silk and s'rip-
e*' Crepe de Chine Waists,,
Black and colored Silk and
Mi reen Undervests
A complete range  of Ladies
Whiteweai",
Ladies black  and colored
Sl'.k Hose in all shades
Blankets
Comforters
Marcello Spreads
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CUMERLAND
Using Substitutes for
Wheat Flour
INVOLVES NO SACRIFICE
The use of wheat substitutes is now compulsory
Our
WHITE CORN FLOUR
YELLOW CORNMEAL
RYE FLOUR
ROLLED OATS
OATMEAL
nre kooiI wholesome substitutes tlmt ally I,,.nut-wife limy list- witli
most pleasing utnl wIioIcsuiaiq iil'suIIis
Ask for it Today at your Family Grocer's
Royal Standard Mills,  Millers of  the Famous
Royal Standard Flour
Our own waste niaki'B our Allios want
Issued by Canada Food Board.
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Pbone 33, End ol Bridie F. Moviti.  Mf r.
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COURTENAY  TAILOR 1
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA  {
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J. GOARD
Here about Out I
Leave order*? at R"--*"ew office
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay -
SyVl**"H*"^l�� **,>*0i^**f**��i*i+0+fm*t0e^+t+,
-J��
\ Comox  Livery  Stable
Phone 84 L
j Auto Truck Meets all Boats
I      and Courtenay Trains
i Autos and Teams for   Hire
at reasonable rntes
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
il.d sli" break on" the oiigap-e-
��� li wns ihis way, When lie
vim- for Prance she said, 'if
��� wounded, Henry promise mo
ii won'l frill in li ve with your
' And of courBe he bitoi-g lie
���e.-lsi the mosl buteoua maid i
er graced a hospital?' "N'o, he
said he would do his best.''
wfTv.  6-ir2E__fSL,w.:/! my "sS^r********
Rain or shine "Acm<
ooles are in servi
No Cracking.   No Slippi
No Squeaj-ang.
fl \'���%''   s/���just tJp-top Shoe Comfort.
,.;      >.   ,:   .i.        .     ... ft^-Ul^l   r\U   S**r-mm&wmmm\\\.\\\^..i*\^
For Sale by Loggie Bros., Courtenay, B. C.
Don't Overlook the Possibilities
of the Telephone
Did you ever notice how some people shout into the Tdephone t
They think becauce the party they are txalking to is some distance
away, that the tone of voice must be loud.   They forget that a con-
vesational tone is all that is needed
It is the tame with the long distance-telephone.   Some people have
the idea that because the party wanted is distant, It Is not possible
to talk \o them���the voice cannot carry that  far.   The  voice   may
not carry that far, but It iseasily carried by the wire any distance,
owing to modern invention. No matter how far your friend is away
you can converse by telephone without difficulty.   Try It some time.
British  Columbia  Telephone Co.
_    ,���..  .���.. GRAND DISPLAY
1 he costof Living is nigh ,t
Still There's Nothinjj Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporinn
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
' Next to Hurilv & Biseoe
Fine Showing of  Horse  Blankets,   "Lap
Rii(!s, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Btc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtei-ay
Courtenay Vulcanizing
and Welding Works
are now open for business at the old
Duncan & Birch garage, Union Bay rd  	
Tires  Repaired  and Retreaded.
Oxy-Acetylene Welding
GODDARD & WILLEMAR
PHONE 25
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THE COtTOTENAY REVIEW
Successful beyond all Expectations, and here are More
of Our Values at a Very Low Price
Ladies bathing suits made  of  fine  wool,  colors
grey and navy, values to $6,  which  we want to
cle:���..��� out at #3.75. Another value made of lieavy
cotton.   August Sale $1.95
WslcVifor our Saturday Special.     Ladies White
Midrlies, made in fine styles and qualities.   Your
Choice at $1.50
Ladies Blach Hose, guaranteed fast dyes, elastic
top, all sizes; value 35c, Saturday  only,  5 pr $1
Ladre i white hose with black stripes, made of fine
cotton lisle, 45c a pair
White artificial hose 75c a pair
We li tve a good assortment of  Ladies  Underwear in all  dolors,  August sale at the lowest
possible price, 65c to $6.95
25 yards only of flowered dress voile, remember
Saturday only, 19c per yd
Only a few pieces of fast dye  ginghams   left
5 yards for 95c.    ,
Fine hand embroidered CoMon Crepe Kimonas
selling at cost prices, $1.95 to $3.25
Sayoy   brand  Corsets, incomparable  styles and
qualities, all sizes, August sale $2.25
Fine s:riped Silk for dresses  and skirts, in  all
colors, $1.95 to $2.95 a yard
Pailetie Silk, 36 inches wide, in brown and black
$1.75 to $1.95 a yard
1 doz. only, White  Piq*ie   Shirt   Waists, vr ".���*>
$1.50, to clear, 75c
Children's dresses from   1 to 14 years, made of
fine checked gingham, $1 to $1.35
Japanese Cotton Crepe, plain  colors and stripes
30 in. wide.    The best washing ami  wearing goods that
we know of, to clear at 3 yds for $1
Oirl's Coatl, made of fiue quality Check,   sizt-s  _| to 6 yrs'
$5-95i $1 95 and $3 90
Children's Capes, only 2 left, to go nt $3 75
Children's white embroidered  bonnets,  selling at lowest
possible pi ices, from 35c to $1.50
A new shipment of embroidery  and lace of all widths,
prices from 5c to S5C a yard.
August Sale still Means Big Reduction in
Gents' Furnishings
Men's heavy ribbed socks, 3  pairs for $1.00
Men's Fiue heavy all wool socks, 2 pairs for $1.25
Men's heavy Police Suspenders, 45c a pair,
A large supply ol Gents'  underwear,  medium' and heavy
weight, August sale 80c to $1.40 per garment.
Men's Top Shirts, all wool, $1 95, $2,  $2.25
Good Horsehide Gloves, $1,35 a pair
Our Sale Means a Big Reduction' and Big Reduction
Means Money Saving
Don't Forget.    Next Door to the Ilo-llo Theatre
HADDAD  &   BZZY,
The Fair Deal Stores
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Good  Accomodation  and  Excellent Cusine.
WM.
MERRYFIELD,
Proprietor
AI'li.Y TO
RICHARD CREECH
Fill"!
SAND  OR  GRAVEL
Rates Reasonable
Rouging PotatOi .*.
Tlie average yield ol potatoes
per acre in the Province of Ontario
for llie past thirty-six yeats has
lieiii ii,*; bushels, Tbe yields
vary greatly, In 1017 there were
variations in Ou.ario from twenty
live or lots up [to seven hundred
bushels per acre, PSopIo are realizing more aed more that for high
yields of potatoes conditions must
lie favorable. It is important to
li ive good fertile soil well cultivated and lo plant a liberal supply of
seed of the best valieties at tin-
proper time, Seed potatoes some
what Immature which have been
produced in a cool climate, ami
which are comparatively free from
dise ise, are apt ta furnish seed of
high quality, liven under these
conditions it is well to careftlllj
inspect   tlle   seed   before   plautillf!
and to thoroughly rogue the growing crop,
A pot,iin field is ronued by re-
moving the undesirable plants. A
thorough roguing of the growing
crop once or twi j during \\r* summer is one ol the most effectual
ways in ridding the field of a number of potato diseases. This oper-
a lion would insure the immediate
removal of the weak and unthrifty
plants which are sure to oroduse
undesirable seed. Potato growers
sometimes go through their fields
and remove Jail plants which are
not true to type. Thorough roj-ti-
ing is one of the best methods of
securing pure, healthy seedjof high
quality,- Dr. C. A. Zavitz, Ontario Agricultural College.
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Girls As Army   Dentil'.s
Should the Preparedness League of
American Iioulisls accept Llie offer of
services from seventy-five young
women students nf Columbia University, says the New Vork Herald', army
recruits may soon have their teeth
looked over by young women dentists.
The young women, having completed the course in oral hygiene al Columbia ar fully ijiiallfted denial by-
glenlsts ami each has n licen re i"
practise itUIs brand new profession.
The young women wain 1*0 clean 11n-
teeth of the rolilirs before Ihey go   to
How England Carries On
Writing to thc Wall St   Journal J
of  New   York,   Mr.   Herwrt   !���-.
Carson, of  London,   l'.ng.  tell of
the wonderful   manner   :n  whicb
Euglaud withstands the horrors of
"For the   first   time  since   the =
defeat of Napoleon,   creat  Britain
is doing her best.    She has  given
8,000,000 men aud women  to  war W
ami tlie work of   war.     lo   equal"
this elTort the United StaUs  must-,
detatch at   leass   17,000,000   men.  ���
and women from tlie arts of  peace'
and dedicate them to  the  task  ot
llsarutiug Germany.    ')i-- ���'���������'   ��'
the workers have   been  snatched 1
Iron, their work, vet  tlie   work   IS,.
mine on.    Not one  newspaper orfi
mnRa?.ine has   ceas-d   publication.,,
except one which was  Marti d dur-..
ingthe war, and whose editor was R
suddenly found to be au Austrian "
Not one manufacturer of anv size"
has closed   his  works.    Not   one
retail shop has been unable to pay
his debts.    No",   one  railroad  has a
ceased to   run   regular   trains   or-,
accept freight.    Not one   bank  or e
insurance   company    has   broken ,
down under the additional burden j
of the war, ,
"Ergland is carrying  on���that
is one of the   most  dramatic   facts J
in this master Island uf the world  j
And. mind you- then* is no spirit ���
of desparatiou in Euglaud as there
is iu France.     There   is   nothing
frantic.    Tin re   is   no   race   aad
itirv.
There ir still horse racing at
Newmarket. There are still sales
of blouses and lingerie Tliere is
still grand opera in Eng'*1"1 -two
companies at present in Lemd-ia
playing Faust aud Mignou aad II
Trovatcre and the rest as usual.
Also there are nine American pt��J9
most farces, in the theatres of London.
The p, rule ot England ts   no;   1
' whit shabbier, it that were possible
Its runners still   wear   pink  vests
mid scarlet coats.    And just recent
1-  the grand Old   bank   pn ���*.    to*
I 50,000,000   pounds  In   war   loan
dividends.    A smaller  t*-*-*v:.-r   .--'
.securities are being sold   Metnei-.s   .
are firmer bec.n-e of   the   'j*-*0'   j
news from that   troubled   re-Ban
As The Tanks   Appear
Imagine     a   big    tiierhaiiisin   'h"
seems to have a malign life of i's own
transcending lmmna management, Im-,.. ...	
pervious to human attack.   Imagine a j Even brewery   shares art   fenm ,
idani caterpillar .the size of   a   sni-ill   ������ spite of the   threat "of   ^'""r**"
house,   a   calerplllar   wl���,st. ski,,   Is : mel^ ownership which is not tafceS
3 eel nml whose eyes are   death   and i      .       .
spouting cannon.   luiagln this  mons- seriously.
ter crawling down upon ynu.  Immune      There is still gmt, although ������'<..:
from everything bul the   rare   direct  of tlie golf links have  been   rakea.
able   to climb,   de-   for aloliueuts.    There is stSl
Powell River and Cumberland    $>
hit of a big shell
lighting to   amble   Into   ami   out   of
bolos, implacable,   resistless,   fatal���
'such   is   a   Hriiish   war   tank Ex
I change.
The profession of 1< hiring is bei
coming so common in Ihese wir days,
when 1 ���   r-ybody lias some kl  I of an
I Hon to rn. over thai \ hen a Califor
ula farmr's wife made a remark about
Itli" new hind man deeming to know
n lot nboul agriculture, the farmer replied: "Ves, lie talks so i'literlaini:,'
aboul '1 I'm Mini 0' scared for rear
ir-s mure of a lecturer than a farmer
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
The llcst and cheapest bread iii the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for  $1
Vancouver and Victoria in 18 oz. loaves sl
We invite anyone to dispute the ubove advertisement}
MoBRYDB
Hi baker of Better Bread
Opp rsitir the city hal
te IS Still    tQHt
ball, and baseball everv aururda***
afternoon. There are cow tour
Canadian and four American baseball teams in London, who play to
wondering crowd- of ten thousand
or more.
There is plenty of food, ar.d the
rationing sYstem has become x
routine- It is no longer the mam
target for British jesters-
In a word, England has   become
acclimated to.the duties   and the
horrofs of war.    It ha.s not .entirely past opinion'   a net   into   facts.
It has uo heart for either optimism
or pessimism.    Both seem childish
it is neither   enthusiastic  nor  de-
i pressed'    It has no   fears  and  no
i delusion.      Kngland   has  learned
j how to adapt herself  to   changing
conditions.    She has ceased to fear
I the things that   are   new.    She  is
ever talking of adopting a new de-
' climatized coinage.    A new   Eng-
! land has arrived.    Make   no   mis-
) lake about that.    The old Victorian   England  1...=  _,o.-.e  and   wil
never come back-
Mr. and Mrs. George   Slaughter   of
. S'anaimo, are visliing   wiih   M.*s.   A.
0. ""laugher,
HEADQUARTERS FOR,
Buggies and Express Waguns
All Rigs Guaranteed niul Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith and Carrlag"! Builder
COURTENAY
Save the Bread ������-
This waste adps three of the most modern
Submarines to the German Navy THE COURTENAY REVIEW
J [Courtenay Review
lid rumor- Vallej Advocate
ekly  Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B, 0.
BonUN, Editor and Proprietor
flitiou $1 50 per Vear In  Advance
1,00 per annum il not bo puid
(.HORSUAV AUG,29, 1918
HERE     AND   THERE.
Ie are ever fund of (digging iti-
e blstorr of the past, and uo-
idteresW us more than to
that 35 or 30 years ago eggs
sold at to cents a dozen, and
ei ,it 12 1-2 and 1', cents 11
id
I'eli what about it. Wages
then only 11 dollar and a dol-
id a quarter a .lay, Which
ild you rather have���the day
heap food and low wages, or
high wages and deal food.
rou __now very well what the
u-er it,
'rfty years ago tiie masses were
It as prone to complain of hard
es as they are today. If the
te of foodstuffs was low fifty
rs ago the income of ihe consii-
f was in proportion mid th.- \no-
er found   his  market  limited,
[world has moved   iu  the   last
century and il is hard   to  be-
��� that there has  been   no  pro-
s in the bying conditions of the
iple,
Ls a matter of fact we do know
fe has been an advance all along
line. Take yourself, for in-
|ce, Mr. Reade, are yon living
,ie same small house you did
��� 40 vears ago, and did yo 11
think of eating .strawberries,
, at 25 and 30 cents a box, Ding a bathroom in the house, a
ace instead  of  a  stove,   etc.?
t'onr reply to these depend the
���er to a lot of gru nbling lhat
often heard nowadays.
is said that General Mewburu
while in England, endeavor to
|se   the  regulations respectiug
.wearing  of service chevrons,
(wish the General success. It
"te-���there was some outward
visible sign by which one may
the difference between a safety
soldier who has spent, say
le years at a desk at Argyll
ise, and the man who hns
ed his decorations in the held
ie front line trenches. A 1/n
correspondent, writing 011 the
|ect says:
Argyll Honse at thi.-i moment
is a  certain   Major  wearing
|*ed and three blue chevrons,
the Order of tbe Britisii Km
mil a Russian decoration, and
e has spent his whole lime at
al work iu England,
best chevrons are to be lio-
, they must be earned, else
al soldiers will place theni in
I me category as does General
r, V. 0,, and leftise to wear
stated that one of the lnrg-
[el corporations  in  England
had in ante-bellum davs im.
a certain material from A us
irough a   German   linn   for
its converters discovered at
Igllining of the war that it
|ily enough of this material
Id '.0 list two years.     At the
trie lirst two years the .-nm-
louii'l that its supply had di
led aire   the   director'   wile
I;'iy!. t > turn to the  scientists
.'jJtioii of the problem.    The
is s mfoi tiled   them   Hint   n
lul supply uf this same  ma
Kio,  available  only  a  short
Ice from ti[eir own plant.    A
pas sunk close to their  fur-
J and now ihe firm hns nil thej
|of the material formerly  im- ���
from Austria.    This is only
It thc many instances that go
pw that within the confines nt
M11 pile there is everything re-
d that will render us indepen-
of Germany and Austria when
'ar is ended,
|iy il'.tl she break off the engage-
"Il   was lhis way.    When  lie
paving ini'   France she said, 'If
wounded. Henry promise me
[-on won't frill In love with your
'"   And of course he swore be
resist the most buteous maiden
bver graced a hospital?'   "No, I
ly said he would .io his best."
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CrMry Hi*-| from at least* 90.000
v^.-r-,'/  sfecrSOf average dressed
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��� piviide rbrth-e full meal ration.
C'OC Ce adian Soldiers.
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Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Fall Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
First Showing
of
Early Fell Goods
OressGoods
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j Coatings
Kimona Cloth
CeylonFlannel
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Plain and striped Silks in ai
shades, Voile, Silk and s'rip-
e*' Crepe de Chine Waists,,
Black and colored Silk ajjd
Mi reen Undervests
A complete range of Ladies
Whitewear,
Ladies black  and colored
Silk Hose in all shades
Blankets
Comforters
Marcello Spreads
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We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA  t
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay ���
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The use of wheat substitutes is now compulsory
Our
WHITE CORN FLOUR
YELLOW CORNMEAL
RYE FLOUR
ROLLED OATS
OATMEAL
are gaml wholesome substitutes that anv l.uiiHi>wi.f(. tuny use wiili
most pleasing slid whiilcsiivi.! licsulfcs
Ask for it Today at your Family Grocer's
Royal Standard Mills,  Millers of  the Famous
Royal Standard Flour
Our own waste makes our Allies want
Issued by Canada Pood Hoard.
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Pbone 33, End ol Bridie F. Moviti,  M|r.
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Esquirnalt   &.   Nanaimo   Railway
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victor!.���Leaves Courtenay 11.35    Monday,
Wednesday and  Friday,  connecting  at Parksville
Junction wil 1 train for Port Alberni, and at Nanai-
n*:o with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vi ioria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver 'ind at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at 16.10.
Phone RC60
D. B. NICKERSON
Ai.nt Cour ten ny,
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here about Oeti 1
Leave order; at P,o*-'ew office
Don't Overlook the Possibilities
of the Telephone
Did you ever notice how some people shout into the Tdephone ?
They think becauce the party they are txalking to is some distance
away, that the tone of voice must be loud.   They forget that a con-
vetational tone is all that is needed
It is the same with the long distance, telephone. Some people have
the idea that because the party wanted is distant, it It not possible
to talk <to them���the voice cannot car,y that far. The voice may
not carry that far, but it iseasily carried by the wire any distance,
owing to modern invention. No matter how far your friend is away
you can convene by telephone without difficulty.   Try it tome time.
Comox  Livery  Stabk
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for   Hire
at reasonable Hits*
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
_    ,���..  .���., GRAND DISPLAY
The costof Living is nigh at
Still There's Nothinjj Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emportmn
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
| Next to Hardv & Biseoe
Fine Showing ol  Horse  Blankets,   Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Btc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtei-ay
i,U.-'jK.'-*s_2&,a,iJ|i",|l "f-��**����#MS!��>f
Di^Mlftmi
Rain or shine "Acme"
ooles are in service.
Fo Cracking.   No Slipping.
No Squeaking.
��� just tip-top Shoe Comfort.
^���i-ffaSaS.*.       Vi-SSL: :s-i SL.. -�� ";.-t*��. ^��LS.-*.i*at*a..ieat.. 'a ^A.,:��Au*��.-.*i...g'ai
For Sale by Loggie Bros., Courtenay, B. C.
Courtenay Vulcanizing
and Welding Works
are now open for business at the old
Duncan & Birch garage, Union Bay rd
Tires  Repaired  and Retreaded.
Oxy-Acetylene Welding
GODDARD & WILLEMAR
PHONE 25 TfiE COUP.TBNAY REVIEW
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Successful beyond all Expectations, and here are
of Our Values at a Very Low Price
ore
Ladies bathing suits made  of  fine  wool,  colors
gre/ and navy, values to $6,  which  we want to
cle:���..��� out at SS*3.75. Another value made of heavy
cotton.    August Sale $1.95
Wstch for our Saturday Special.     Ladies White
Mid-lies, made in fine styles and qualities.    Your
Choice at $1.50
Ladies Blach Hose, guaranteed fast dyes, elastic
top, nil sizes; value 35c, Saturday only,  5 pr $1
Lad re i white hose with black stripes, made of fine
cotton lisle, 45c a pair
White artificial hose 75c a pair
We li ive a good  assortment  of  Ladies  Underwear in  all  dolors,  August sale at  the  lowest
possible price, 65c to $6.95
25 yards only of flowered dress voile, remember
Saturday only, 19c per yd
Only a few pieces of  fast dye  ginghams  left
5 yards for 95c.    ,
Fine hand embroidered Co'lon Crepe Kimonas
selling at cost prices, $1.95 to $3.25
Sayoy  brand Corsets, incomparable styles and
qualities, all sizes,  August sale $2.25
Fine c:riped Silk for dresses and skirts,  in  all
colors, $1.95 to $2.95 a yard
Pailetie Silk, 36 inches wide, in brown and black
$1.75 to $1.95 a yard
1 doz. only, White  Piq-ie   Shirt   Waisls, v*��lue
$1.50, to clear, 75c
Children's dresses from   1 to 14 years, made of
fine checked gingham, $1 to $1.35
Japanese Cotton Crepe, plain  colors and stripes
30 in. wide.    The best  washing  ami   wearing  goods that
we know of, to clear at 3 yds for $1
Clirl's Coat 1, matte of fine quality Check,   sizes  .\ to 6 yrs'
$5-95. $i 95 aml ti 9��
Children's Capes, only 2 left, to go at $3 75
Children's while embroidered bonnets,  selling at lowest
possible prices, from 35c to #1.50
A new  sliipnient  of embroidery  and  lace  of all widths,
prices from 5c to H5C a yard.
August Sale still Means Big Reduction in
Gents' Furnishings
Men's heavy ribbed socks, 3 pairs for $1.00
Men's Fine heavy all wool socks, 2 pairs for $1.25
Men's heavy Police Suspenders, 45c a pair,
A large supply ol Gents'  underwear,  medium ' aud heavy
weight, August sale 80c to $1.40 pc-r garment.
Men's Top Shirts, all wool, $1 95, $2,  $2.23
Good Horseliide G-loyes, $1,35 a pair
Our Sale Means a Big Reduction' and Big Reduction
Means Money Saving
Don't Forget.    Next Door to the Ilo-Ilo Theatre
HADDAD   &   BZZY,
The Fair Deal Stores Powell River and Cumberland
A  NEWSPAPER BARGAIN.
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READ?
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The Courtenay Keview
Family Herald and Weekly St ir
and the Daily Province
for one year
iWtWi
m
���y- m
Midsummer Special
...The Review is in a position to offer
residents of this section a real bargain
in the way of newspapers We have
concluded ....arrangements ..with ..the
Family Herald and Weekly Star of
Montreal by which we can offer that
great wsekly and the Review until
January 1st 1919, for the small sum of
V.'i ceiiis.
The Family Herald publishers are
offering <>ni. Hundred Dollars in |
prlzea for the beat suggestions lo
Improve ilmt paper and the ofjor Is
i pen to nil Hn readers. Orders for
lhe two papers   nmy be   left at ibis
CUMBERLAND  HOTEL
Good Accomodation and  Excellent Cusine.
WM.   MERRYFIELD,
Proprietor
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
SAND OR  GRAVEL
Rates Reasonable
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
The llest and cheapest bread in tlle district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for  $1
Vancouver and Victoria l�� in 07.. loaves >1
We invite anyone to dispute llle above advertisement]
Mc BRYDB
Jl i baker of Better Bread "i'i ��lte the city hal
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed nnd Snld at tbe Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriag*! Builder
COURTENAV
Rouging Potatoes
Tlie average yield o| potatoes
per acre in the Pro* in. c of Ontario
for llie past thirty-sis yeais has
been 115 bushels, Tbe yields
vary greatly. In 1017 there were
variations in Ontario from twenty
five or less up [to seven hundred
bushels per acre, l'fcople are realizing more aed more that for high
yields of potatoes conditions must
be favorable. It is important to
have good fertile soil well cultivated and to pi ml a liberal supply of
seed of thc best valieties at the
���proper time, Seed potatoes some
what immature which have been
produced in a cool climate, anu
which are comparatively free from
disease, nre apt ta furnish seed of
high quality, Even under these
conditions il is well io carefullj
inspect llie seed before plautinp
and to thoroughly rogue tlie growing crop.
A potato field is rogued by removing lilt- undesirable plants. A
thorough roguing of the growing
crop once or twi a during tlie summer is one of the most effectual
ways in lidding the field, of a number of potato diseases. Tliis operation would insure the immediate
removal of tlie weak and unthrifty
plants wliicli are sure to uroduoe
undesirable seed. Potato growers
sometimes go llirougli their fields
and remove 'all plants which are
not true to type. Thorough roguing i.s one of the best methods of
securing pure, healthy seedjof high
quality,- Dr. C. A. Zavitz, Ontario Agricultural College,
* * *
Girls As Army Dentins
Should ibe Preparedness Leiague of
American Den'LislB accept the offer of
services from Beventy-flve young
women students of Columbia University, says the Now Voi-1* Herald', army
recruits may soon have llieir teeth
looked over by young women dentists.
The yiuiiir', women, having complet-
ed llic courae in oral hygiene al Columbia ar fully qualified dental hy-
gieiil&ta and ench has a license to
practtae ibis brand new profoaslon.
Tin' young women wain 1,1 rlcrin the
teeth of Hn' sol-lira before Uiey go to
camp.
As Tlie Tanks Appear
Imagine a b!__ mechanisim 'b ���'
srccins In have a malign life of ils nun
transcending buiiuia management, Impervious to human attack. Imagine a
giant caterpillar the size of. a snnll
liouse, a caterpillar whose skin is
steel and whoae eyea are death and
spouting camion, Imagln tliis monster crawling down upon yon, Immune
from everything bul tlie rare direct
hii of n big shell; able lo climb, delighting lo niiiblo ini0 'and out of
Iroles, implacable, resistless, fatal���
such is a British war lank. ..Kv
change.
The profession of b luring   is be-;
coming s 1 common in Ibpso *����� -r days.
when 1 ���   r-ybedy lias some ki   I of an
���lea to nt. over that when a Caltfor \
ni'i farmr'a wife made a r-'nirk about I
ib" new lilrnd man neeming io know ;
a loi nboul agriculture, ibe farmer re- I
plied:   "Vis. he talks so entertalnln'
ariMit '1 I'm kind o' scared   for   fear
tit's nun'.- of a lecturer loan a farmer
How England Carries  On
Wining-to the Wall St Journal
if New Vork, Mr. Herbert N.
Carson, of London, 1-ng. tell of
Uie wonderful manlier in wnicu
England withstands the horrors of
"'pot the first time since the
defeat of Napoleon, Great Britain
is doing her best. She has given
8 000,000 men aud women to war
and the work of war. 'lo eqaa
thi-. effort the United Stabs must
detatch at leass 17,000,000 men
and women from the arts of peace]
and dedicate them to the task 0
lUiming Germany. One br.lt ol
the workers have been snatched
from their work, vet the work is
going on. Not one newspaper or
magazine has ceas��d publication
except one which was started during the war, and whose editor was
suddenly found to be nu Austrian
Not one manufacturer of anv size
has closed hi.s works. Not one
retail shop has been unable to pay
his debts. Not one railroad has
ceased to run regular trains or
accept freight. Not one bank or
insurance company has broken
down tinder the additional burden
of the war,
������Erglandis carrying on���that
is one of the most dramatic facts
in this mas'.er Island of tbe world
And. mind you- th��rc is no spirit
of desparation in England as there
is in France. There is nothing
frantic.    There   is   no   rage   .iu..l
iurv,
There ir slill horse racing a*.
Newmarket, There are still sales
of blouses and lingerie There is
still grand opera in Engtai 1 -two
companies at present in L'-'U'^1*
plavi'ig Faust and Mignon and U
Trovatore and the rest is usual.
Also tliere are nine America* j 1 1
most farces, in tlie the., res rfl 1 ������
1I011.
The Bank of England i.s not 1
whit shabbier, if that were possibl*;
Its runners still wear pink vests
and scarlet coats. And just recent
ly the grand old bank puai ont
50,000,000 pouuds in war loan
dividends. A -mailer naml:-*: tt
securities are beitifi; so'.'1, ktocfca****"
are tinner becn^e of *be lack ot
news from that troubled r^ion
IJvgn brewery share* ar- Huwr,
in spite of the threat "ot ������,:*-"-""*
ment ownership which is noc bAn
setiously.
There is still golf, although b ,..
of the golf links have been tafcea
for alotments. Tliere is still toot
ball, and baseball every Sato ia 1
afternoon. There are now Sam
Canadian and four American baseball teams in London, who pi.iy Ge
wondering crowds of ten -.hc'-.s.i-*:.:
or more.
Tliere is plentv of food, n:*..i ::.������.
rationing system has become 1
routine- It is no looser the main
target for British jesters-
Iu a word, England bas become
acclimated to the duties and the
horrofs of war- It has sot.entirely past opinions ami into ia... .-���
It has no heart for either optimism
or pessimism. Both seem childish
It is neither enthusiastic nor depressed! It has no feirs and no
delusion. England has learned
how to adapt herself to changing
conditions. She has ceased to fear
the things that are new. She is
ever talking of adopting a new de-
climatized coinage. A new England has arrived. Make no mis-
lake about that. The old Victorian England l.-.n ���^;-.e and wil
never come back'
Mr. and Mrs. George Slaughter of
, Nruiiiiiio. are visiting with Mie, A.
<;. Slaugher.
Save the Bread
This waste adps three of rt/E MOST MODERN
Submarines to the German Navy ���THE COURTENAY REVIEW
SALEOF LANDS FOR TAXES
IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF COURTENAY
Distrct of Comox, Province of British Columbia
1918
ati
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, w. A. W, l-Inmea, Collector of n,,. |
'Municipal Acl"  I anionilni inla thcr
iicadny, llic eleventh dny ol Seplemlx
. Courlenay, 13. C, I shall 0IT1 i- for sale
lereintifter m-i oul li r delln iticiit taxc
n-poral i
in and
���. A. n.
Ill   !"���!'
nml   si
s   nf suoh srilo.   ll' iho   lolftlainouints i-espi
of assessed peraon
Description of properly,
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Fechn
Peciinor.
fechner.
I'echner.
Fechner.
Fe: hncr.
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Put
Pol
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Aliss E, ,1. Reynolda
I). Holinea	
.1. P. Holme-	
r WJ. li. Holmes	
|er ii. A. Graham ITstal
e wll. A. Graham
f ci "��� A- Graham
,p t II. A. Gi-ahnm
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Estate...
Estate...
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..Pol
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.Loi
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Pnl
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A. Graham Estate Pol
A. Graham Estate Loi
A. Graham Estate Lot
A. Graham Estate Loi
.Lot
Lot
Loi
Pol
Lot
.Lot
Pol
A. Graham Estate	
W. Crawford 	
Crawford Estate 	
11.1. J. Grant Estate 	
E. 'turner 	
C. U. Andrews 	
ElaieG. McKay 	
Unknown Lc|
I. J. It. Miller Lot.
PL \V. Heberden Lot.
II. \V. Heberden r  Lot.
Heberden i Lot.
Heberden Lot
Heberden l.n:
Heberden Lot,
Heberden J Lot
Heberden Lot
Humphries Estate Lot
II. P. Ki-niise Loi
Plan
Plan 311
Ian 480 A	
,. plan isu A	
8, Plan 4S0 A 	
I!7, Plan 311 	
IIS, Plan 311	
39, Plan 311	
7<i, Plan 311	
99, plan 311	
10-1, plan 311	
133, plan 472 A	
136, plan 472 A	
12.04 Acres of 11. L. 1
2, Block 2, plan 472..
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fi Block 2, plan 172.
r, Block 3, plan 472 ..
13, Block 3, plan 472
3, Block 5, plan 472
i'i, Block C, plan 472 ...
���I, Block 6, plan 472...
Xi, Block C, plan 472...
6, Block li, plan 472 ..
7, Bl rck ::. plan 172..
9, Bli ck 2 plan 472 ...
16, Block 3, plan 472.
-, Bl ck I. plan  172
?   Pluck 4, plan  172..
14, Block I, plan -172..
16, Block I, [ilan -172.
3, Pluck 0, liirin   172..
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pluck I, plan
, Pluck 20, I'lri
, Block 20 plai
Block 21, plan
Block 21, I"
W, Malthov/son &  II.  Beadnell..
E. II. Hess	
Walter-Knotis 	
Eliza Creech 	
Ellen (1. Guyton	
Ellen G. Guyton 	
Ellen 0 Guyton 	
F. B, Warren 	
F. B. Warren 	
P. B. Warren 	
F. It. Warren 	
P. It. Warren 	
P. B. Warren 	
P. B. Warren 	
B. Warren	
B. Warren 	
II. Warren 	
Warren 	
I',, Block B, plan 1395	
3, plan   1674  	
.1/>I  0, plan  1674	
.!.��!  7, plan 1074 	
.Loi ::, plan 1075	
.Lot r, plan 1675	
Loi  it, plan 1302 	
���Lot 25. Bill  10, plan  472B ...
Lot 26, Block 10, plri
II.
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B, Warren
II. Warren
Lot
.l/Ot
.Lot
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.Lot
Lot
Lot.
IM
Lot
Lot
17
Warren  - Pot
Warren  Lot
 Lot |2
 Lot 17
nek 1
ll, Block  I. plan
I, Block o, plan
8, Block 5, plan
II. Pluck 7. plan
10, Block 8, pin
11, Block 8 plan 4
12, Block s, plan I
1S, Block S. plan I'
19, uli ck s, plan 4'
26, Block 8, plan -I
I, Block 9, plan 47:
II, Block 9, plan  171
Block 9, plain
Block 10, plan
B....
B....
B...
B....
IP...
172 IP.
2 IP.
17" P.
B. Warren Pot is, Block in. plan
P. B, Warren  Iat..'il. Block 10, plan
P. B. Warren  Lot 20, Block in plan
P. B. Warren   .'. '.ot 21, Block 10, plan
P. B. Warren  Lot 9, Block 12, plan -I
P. B. Warren  Lot 10, Block 12. plan
P. B. Warren Lot 11, Block 12, plan
F. II. Warren  Lot. 12, Block 12, plan
F. 11. Warren  Ix>r  18, Block 12. plan
Jf. B, Warron ...I, M4, Block 12, plan
W. Hadgklss  Lot 6, Block 2, plan 41
W. Iln.lnklss  Lot 7, Block 2. plan  I'
W. I'liilpotl Uc 8, Block 2, plan 17
W. Phllpott  l.ot 9, Block 2, plan 47
W. Philpoll  I<t>t 10, Block
"VV. Phllpott  Lot 11. Block
W. Phllpott  Lot  12
W. Phllpott   Lot 13
W. Phllpott  Lot 10
W. Philpoll   Tx>t 17
W. Phllpott   Lot PS
W. Phllpott   Lot 19,
W. fl. Plizceral.l
W. 0. FHUgerald
0, Cliercr	
plan
plan
, plan
. plan
, plan
, plan
. plan
, plan
Bvelyn m. Heberden	
I nt  5, Block
Kvelvn m. Heberden	
 Lot li, Block 4
Evelyn  M.  Ilelienlen   	
 Pit .*., Pluck :
Evelyn M. Heberflon	
 I it 6, Block .*
Eve'yn  M. Heberden  .
  I   t. I. Block i
Bvelyn M. Hoberdon _
.. lot 2. Block (
Evelyn M. Hoberdon
    lot 2n, Block
Bvelyn yi. Heberdon.... 	
 lot 21, Block
Maud L. Leffros	
..   I ot 3, B'nck ���
Maud L. Loci-or	
 1 "t 4. Block 1
L. H. Allen      	
 Lot  PI, Block
Mrs. II. m. Murray .
... Lot 11, Block
Mrs. W. II. Williams
 Lot. I.*,, Block
Block 2
Block 2
Block li
Block 0
Block 9
Block a.
Lot. 10, Block 2. plan
Lot   17. Block 2. plan
l.ot 2, Bock 3, plan4'
4, plan
1, plan
i, plan
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fi, iilri n
fi. plan  I
12. pin n
12. pla:
lie
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72 B ....
72 B	
72 B	
ISO IP.
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ISO B....
ISO 11....
Bnrderlanb I ii "
I*, p, Williams   ��� ot 8,
Moffni'l & Bone .it .*,
Mrs. E Johnson  : oi.*,.
W. H. Burn'-!  tut fi,
n. .T. Brlilnctt    l,,>t 7,
H. .T. Bridgell  ,t s
plan
plan ���
. plan
I, plan
I, plan
*>, plan
plan 17
172
1*2
Wm. Murray
11. Meeres lot t:i,
IP Meet-en  |  ,f |4,
O. M. Spencer  ��� nt 15,
0. M. Spencer  | ,t |i;,
f'how Sam  ,i i;,
.1. 0. Cummlng  ui 24,
���T. fl. Cummin-*  .: ���>;,,
Bon Yin  ��� ,i ">;'
R. A. Travis
J. Allen	
Block 7,
Block S.
Block S,
Block S.
Block 8.
Block 8, plan
Block S, plan
plan
plan
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Block s. plan 472
PL ck 8, flan   172
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Block S, plan 472
27, Block s, plan 172
i nl 28, Block s. plan  172
Lit 5, Block 9. l'lnn  I"- "
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72 IP.
72 B...
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72 B...
72 B...
72 B...
72 B...
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2 B ...
2 IP...
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2 B	
2 B	
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2 B	
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Alex.  McLeod LU PL Block
Alex.  McLeod..
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Alex.  McLeod Li I,
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,Vlss Idiens nnd  Miss Coley Lct 20, Block II, plan
A.   Mcl'inniin   Lot 21, Block II, plan
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plan
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J. .1. Hrudfoi-il	
,1  J, Bradford Lot 21
P.ii.lliorp.'   Eslaie l.ot: .::. Bl ck
Virs A. M. Carr Lot 31. Block
VV. 11   ('. McGregor Lot. 3 1. Block
A. I). L Bancroft Lo
A, 11. L. Bancrofl Lo
II. (1. Hutchison  Pol "���
.1.  II. Cray  P'I 36,
Robert Ross Lot 1,
Rolierl   Ross Lot 2.
Rolierl Ross Lot "5.
,1.  VI,  Moreasli  Lot 3,
.1. \V. Mow-ash  Loi 4,
J Thompson Lot '.
J. Thompson Lot 'L
Chris Jensen 1/1 7.
Chris Jensen Lit 8,
T. I-Iorne Lot ":;
Mrs. Fnnlnnn   '."'I  31.
Leilch R, Nlchol  Lot 36,
I*ilch & Nlchol  Loi 37
J. O. Morrison  Lot. 38
J. C. Morrison  Pol 39
J. W. Phillips Lot '''.
Herbert Allen  Lot 0,
C. Grundy ."��� J. 11. Brown Uu 8,
C. Grundy & J. R. Brown Pol 0.
Wong Lee and Wong Lin Li  IP
Ilonore Fechner Pol  '5,
lienor,. Fechner Lei  PI
E. II Smith and F. H. F. Blsc c....T,ot I'
P. Rees  Lot "
I'M   WlP-on Loi   "���
Jane (lolllns   Lot   '���
Jane Collins   Lot II
V. 1). (I. Reid LU ".
Ralph Penni'tni Lot
A. 1). S. Canioiv-i P' t ">���
Jane Collins     Per ,;-
.1. Gatehouse Estate Lot '
.1. Gatehouse Pstntn Pol 3.
J. Gatehouse Estate Pol  L
II. J. McKenzie ami C. Lamb  Lot. 1.
A. V. M. Sibley Lot 7.
A. v. *r. Sibley Lot 8.
John Potlc     Lot. "'
Mrs. A. Sackville IM   I.
W. A   Stiles Estate Lot 3,
.1   E. Mason Es; .te Lot 9
Mrs.  F.  M. Rivers Lot 8,
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S. Leiser and H. Macklin Lot 1.
S. Leiser and 11. Macklin Lot 2,
Kale Walton and II. Beadnell Lot 7,
B. I.. Anderton Pr. Lot 9. plan 14C5....
F. B. Warren  Lot in  pine 1405	
J. Barto Lot. PI0 Ac  Sec. CLIP McCuish  Fr. SO' x mo- Sec. (11
IP Stewart Fr. PI Ac. Sec. OS	
Agnes E. Graham Fr. 50 Ac. Sec. 08	
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4.62
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12.97
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41.80
12.46
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364.61
467.16
B.���Taxes for 1918 due but not in..arrear, are not included in above.
TAKE NOTICE thai Ihe Collector Is anxi-uis to receive notice from any source of the Interest of any person
interested in any of tho above described lands who may be entitled to the benefit of the "War Relief Act."
Dated at Courlenay, B. C��� this 26th day of Anguat, 1918.
15 13
15.43
15 41
11.21
11.21
14.21
11.21
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16 43
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11.49 I
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12.87
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11.78
15.62
16.42
22.11
15.0(1
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12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
Music Through 0
DidiEioitd
.Mn Edison's
Until you have heard the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can liaye uo conception as to liow true to life it really is.
Tlie reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, and tlie records used are iiidestructable and play
for n full five minutes each
Write us now for fin titer particulars  of  this new  Invention
which actually RECREATES music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
THEED   PEARSE
Notary
Barrister and  Solicitor,
Public.
Phone 6
Ccurtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Hep; to announce that lie is prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
2 36
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2.52
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1.22.
*)   " M
12.97
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1.22
2.52
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15.12,
2.03
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2.58
14.21
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2.58
14.21
2.20
'      1.23,
2.52
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1.22,
2 52
12.07
2.10
1.09
2.40
11.7."
2.KI
1.110
2.40
11,75
2.1P
1.09
2.46
11.75
WHY
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
BECAUSE
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.   Our prices are Right, and
Our Service is Unexcelled
Parkin Bros.
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid* for Beef
and Veal,
Cottrtenay and Cnn-bprland
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