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 List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE  REVIEW
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VOL. 1
COURTENAY, B. C, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26, 1912
NO. 5
Wishing   You   All
the Compliments
of the Season
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Have Leased part of our Store
And to make room for them we must sacrifice part
of our store, and will give
15 per cent. Discount
for every dollars worth of goods sold from the
23rd to the 31st December
Everything must Go.
Furniture Beds Chinaware
See our Stock of Mattresses. Best in the District
Agent for the famous "Restmore Mattresses'
Courtenay House Furnishing Stores
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
"Bayview" Sub-division
Is Now on the Market
The Property of the Comox Logging & Railway Co.
Situate on the Nanaiino Road,  between  Carter's and Roy's
Several Lots have been Sold but we have some Choice ones left
Mr. Family Man, why not make the   wife  mi    Xmas.   present  or  New
Years' gift of ii summer camping place by the beach
Mr. Bach, now is your time to buy a place for the boating ami  bathing  in
the summer
Acreage at the Price of Lots
In Blocks of .1 to 8 acres. Prices $110 to $300 per acre
Easy Terms
For Sale only by
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
Auctioneers and Valuators
Notary Public and Conveyancing
Willard Block
Courtenay
LOCAL LINES
Apply
For Sale���Water Spaniel
Capt. Vigors,
Send in your subscription to the
Review, $'-50 per year.
Mr. Blair returned home from
Vancouver last Thursday.
J. Housner, foreman at Camp 5
left on Sunday for Seattle.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Whittaker  and
children, are visiting Mrs. Blair,
Born���At Saudwick, on Dec. 21
to the wife of Robert Parkin, a son.
P. J. Fagan, section foreman of
Camp 5, is in Victoria for the holidays.
Mr. J. Gordon, of Vancouver, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. A-
Cotton.
K rs. 1). Kilpa'.rick left on Saturday for Vancouver to spend the
holidays.
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton.
Wedding ana other invitations
printed on short notice at the Review office.
Mr. J. Wilrr.shurst aud family are
spending the Xmas. holidays at
Vancouver.
George Willard has shipped his
auto to Victoria to be overhauled
and painted.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barkie, of
Denman Island, were visitors in
town last week.
Mrs. James Laird left on Sunday
for Nanaimo to spend the holidays
with her mother.
Miss Jennie McBean, of West-
ville, N. S., is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John McKenzie.
For Sale���one glass showcase
24 x 34 x 12 1-2. Solid oak frame
Apply, Rest nore Grill.
Messrt. G. Willis and R. Lance-
field, of Camp 1, are spending the
Xmas. holidays in Vancouver.
Mr. Wallace McPhee, who has
been attending college at New Westminster, is home for the   holidays.
There will be a social dance held
iu the Opera House next Tuesday
evening. Come and have a good
time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. McGuiggan and
Mr. and Mrs. Hemmingson spent
the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Faber.
Mr Colin Campbells' third article
on "What is Behind Courtenay"
will appear in next week's issue of
the Review.
Advertisers���Please note that iu
order to insure changes, copy must
be in our handt not later than
Monday evening.
Wanted���Good girl, about 13
years of age, for general house
worK, apply, L. HicKinan, LaKe
Trail Courtenay.
Just received at Hornby's a choice
selection of Broaches, Pendants etc
in gold and enamel. The prices
will surprise you.
Let us know the coming and going of your friends. We will be
glad at any time to have notice of
any local happenings.
Mr. John Mitchell, who has been
to Campbell River ou a hunting
expedition, returned on Monday
with thirty nice skins.
Read the announcements of the
different merchants in every issue
of the Review. They carry a message which should benefit you.
Found���At the Courtenay Hotel
on Sunday, a sum of money, owner
can have same by applying to W.
Renberg, grading camp Courtenay.
The following high school pupils
of Courtenay are home for the vacation, Robert Duncan, Drew Berkley, Lila Grieves, Ida Carroll, Andrew McQuillan aud Bessie Woods.
Strayed���There has strayed onto our premises a jersey heifer,
about a 1-2 years old. Owner can
have same by proving property
and paying expenses. Hickman
England.
If you waut pictures framed,
cabinet or sign work done goto
J. Sutton.
Just arrived at Wulard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lay rugs, trunks aud suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly doue.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
The result of the voting tor the
most popular young lady in the
district held by McPhee & Morrison
closed on Tuesday evening and the
winners were, 1st Miss Bridges, 860
2nd Miss Alice Skinner, with 697
3rd Miss Belle BerKley, with 651.
The doll was won by Miss Margaret
Johnston with Mrs. O. H. Fechner
second. The doll's age was 3 years,
4 davs, 19 hours, 58 minutes aud
59 seconds.
The farewell dance held in the
Opera House on Friday eveuing, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. James McGuiggan, was largely attended, and
those present seemed to thoroughly
enjoy themselves. The music was
furnished by Roy's orchestra. Mr.
McGuiggan who has been superintendent of the Canadian Western
Lumber Co.since they started permanent operations in Courtenay,
has tenderedhis resignation with
theCompauy and is leaving with
his family on thefirst of the year for
Olympia, Wash. He will be greatly
missed by his many fellow workers, who have always held him
in the highest esteem,
It you want pictures framed
cabinet or sign worK doue go to
J. Sutton.
The annual turkey shoot was
held in Courtenay ou Christmas
day, under the management of the
Comox Co-Operative Society, and
everything passed off in a satisfactory manner, The following sportsmen secured birds, Reid Goode 3,
R. McQuillan 2, A. Whittaker, H.
Idieus, H. Sleeman, O. Ray, H.
Dalrvmple, H. Hutton, W. S. McPhee, J. Sutton, G. Smith, F. D.
Cameron, Jack Frost, A. Blackburn,
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BERKELEY-HARMSTON
The marriage of Miss Elsie
Harmston, daughter of the late W.
Harmston ot Saudwick, and Mr.
Lance I. Berkley, foreman of Cau-
adiar. Colleries Lumber Co., Cum.
berland, took place on Christmas
day. The Rev. Thomos Menzies
officiated. The bride, who was
given away by her cousin, John
McKenzie, of Comox, looked
charming in a gown of duchess
satin, trimmed with carrickmacross
lace, with bridal veil and coronet
of orange blossoms. Her bridesmaid, Miss Belle Berkley, was
daintly attired attired in light
green mull, trimmed with pearls
and a large black bat with white
plumes. Mr. Wallace Piercy assisted the groom. After the ceremony, the happy pair drove to the
groom's home, where a sumptuous
wedding supper awaited them.
They will make their future home
in this city.
T.   T.   GRIEVES
BUILDER  and CONTRACTOR
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
BOX 124 COURTENAY
THE OLDEST
Real Estate Firm
in the Comox District
Our List of Properties For Sale Includes the Very
Finest Cleared and Uncleared Farms, Sea and River
Frontage, and Bush Lands in the District
We are also Exclusive Agents for the New Station
Sub-Division   at   Courtenay,   where   the Railway
Station   is   to be Built.    Prices Reasonable and
Terms Easy
Courtenay Town   Lots   For   Sale   at   Ail   Prices
Local Agents for E. &. N. Railway Lands
We have some Splendid Tracts of Land from 5 to
20 Acres at Reasonable Prices, and Within Easy
Distances from Courtenay
NOTARY PUBLIC
If You want a Safe Investment or Wish to Dispose of
Your Property, See the Pioneer Firm of the District
We are Agents for the Best Fire Insurance Companies and will be Pleased to Insure Your Property
Beadnell & Callin
Telephone 24
Courtenay - and - Comox, B. C. The Royal Bank of Canada
COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $t   and Upwards Received and Interest
Allowed at Current Rates
DRAFTS ISSUED
on All tlie Principal Towns in  Canada, the United
States aud Europe
WM. H. HOFF     -     -     MANAGER
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Vallej Advocate
A [.Weekly Newspaper,   Published  at
Courtenay, B. C.
N, Bodbn, Publisher
Subscription 81.50 per Venr in Advance
THTJKSDAY, D13CEMUEH 20, 1012
PEN POINTEES
The Review wishes its readers a
very happy and prosperous New
Year.
Five feet of snow fell ill some
pails of North Dakato last week.
About live inches of rain fell here
���but rain with a mild temperature
is   better   than   snow     and    zero
weather.
My! but things have changed.
It don't seem any time since we
used t' whisper when we asked fer
a round steak. Some fellers are
very successful when it comes t'
savin' nothill' an' awful failures
when it cdmes t' lookin' wise.
Iii Vancouver last week two
men named X. B. Weinberg and
J. Melidal were fined $200 each for
misrepresentation in connection
with obtaining money for initiation
fees to the Masonic order. They
claimed that the American Masonic
Federation of Idaho was the original Masonic order, and that anyone
whom tbey might initiate would be
allowed in the Ancient, Free and
Accepted Masonic Lodges. This
is not the case. The A. M. F. is
ii clandestine affair in the eyes of
the A. F. & A. M.
The ''Ooveuor," a boat sailing
from Seattle to San Francisco, lie-
sides a full consignment of passengers, carried ten tons of Christmas
trees, four tons of buttons of berry-
laden English holly branches and a
ton of mistletoe on deck, and
among the freight was a large
shipment of champange that arrived from France by way of the
Orient. Much of the holly shipped south is cut from the .ureal
trees set out as tiny plants in Victoria gardens by the early settlers
from England. There is not duty
on Christmas greens.
The Christmas tree conct n and
dance at Conioxbn Friday evening
was a decided success.
The annual general meeting of
the Comox-Courtenay Conservative
Association will be held in the
Opera House, Courtenay, on Thursday the 9th January 1913 at ft p.m.
All interested are invited to attend.
Members aud those wishing to become members of the association,
must pay in their tines to the Secretary before the business of the
meeting commences. Win. Duncan
Hon. Secretary.
The annual Christmas tree and
entertainment, under tbe auspices
of the Presbyterian C ttrch, Courtenay, was held on Monday evening
iu the Agricultural Hall. The
program consisted of solos, recitations, chorus' a'.al drills. At the
clos.' of the program sauta clans appeared, much to the enjoyment of
the little ones. After a few words
of greeting to the children, he distributed the Xmas. presents, which
kept him busy for hours, the elder
ones coming in for a share of the
good things, as well as the little
ones. All those present thotoughly
enjoyed themselves. Much praise
is due the committee, who took
great pains in instructing the children.
Game has suddenly disappeared
from the vicinity of Hope, Gone
south no doubt for tbe winter.
This mouth a meat shop in Prince
Rupert imported ten tons of poultry
from Smith,s Palls,  Ont.
In the Slocaii; a foot of high-
grade galena has been struck on the
r,000 level of the Surprise mine.
It is stated lhat the Provincial
Government will shortly enact new
laws, making milk inspection more
Strict than il is at the present
tune.
Hearing Was   Acute.
Two old-age pensioners got to
talking about sight and hearing��� a
Scotchman, aged 72, and an Irishman, aged 76. The Scot said he [ 5
could see as well as ever. The
I rishtnan asserted that he could hear
as well as ever.
"Do you Seethe deer walking
along the top of the mountain about
four miles oil?" said the Scot.
The Irishman looked and looked,
then said: I can.not seehiui, but
1 can hear him walk."
Scottie went home.���Ex.
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Gentlemens' Outfitters
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If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton.
Boots,   Shoes,   Rubbers,  Loggers
Supplies,  etc.
Sole Agents in Courtenay for Tailored Suits, tailored by The Art
Tailoring Co., Ltd.
Prices Right,  Fit and  Workmanship  Guaranteed
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Cor, Fechner Block,   Courtenay
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High-Crude Havana Cigars.  "Monarch"
and "Oak Brand"
For Sale at All Motels
619 Johnson St. Victoria
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News Notes
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has
The lianK at Keremoes now
a four ton safe.
There is a cocoa and chocolate
factory at Mission City.
A $60,000 school building is
under way at Penticton.
The B. C- Electric Railway will
have 100 new cars next month.
Revelstoue will soon have telephone connection with Vernon.
Tlie coal mines of Merritt are producing 750 tons of coal per day.
Two stages a weeK are beittg run
between Whitehorse and Dawson.
Last weeK there were six prisoners in the jail at South Fort
George.
Sheep by the carload are being
shipped from Canford to Vancouver
Samuel Stephens has been elected
president of the Kossland Miner's
Union.
An electric railway will soon be
built between Mission City and Vancouver.
A new Indian church has been
built on the Indian reserve at Si<id-
gate.    It will seat 300.
In the Yukon, on llurwash
Creek, a horse raising ranch has
been started.
A Choice Selection of Xmas
Presents in Gold and
Silver at
"S
Watchmaker and Jeweller
COURTENAY, B. C.
Inspection Invited
!$����
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
A Large Listing of Cleared and
Bush Lands, Ranches, Bungalows and Town Lots
Union St.        Courtenay, B. C.
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THE
COMOX BAY
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British Columbia Investments
LIMITED
Vancouver Island Farms and Acreage Specialists
COURTEXAY, V. I., B. C.
Our listings together with the 4,000 acres we have actually
bought in the Comox District consisting of cleared and
uncleared farms, sea aud river frontage, enables us to give
intending buyers a good choice.
Courtenay lots on the main Union Road and abutting right
ou the new station when built, also Royston sub-division
acreages and lots are just now good buys in view of a wharf
being assured.
Come in and See Us Before Prices Advance
Telephone 36
Dry  Goods, Groceries,
Boris and Shoes
Corner Store
roceries, Dry Goods, etc.
Special Attention Paid to
Delivery
Parkin Bros.
Phone 4 Sandwick
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General Merchant
F.  PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTENAY, B. C.
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PORT AUGUSTA  HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation,   Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
H. Cottington, Prop.
PICTURE FRAMING
I beg to Announce to the Public of  this  District
That I am Prepared to do All Kinds of
Picture Framing on Short Notice
A FULL LINE OF MOULDINGS, MATS, ETC.
J.   SUTTON
FRONT STREET COURTENAY, B. C.
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ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
^Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
J.    E.   ASTON
Basement Willard Block
LoKfjcrs Boots and Shoes Made
Repairing Neatly and Promptly  Done
DENCY SMIT;
Milliner and Costumier
Wedding and Mourning Ordejj
Given Prompt Attention
Union St.
COURTEI few lines we aro showing in our departments
for the Christmas trade.
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Christmas   gift   here.   1
Your inspection invited.
idies' Department
Dainty Xmas. Neckwear
FExclusive styles in fancy stock col-
llars, in lace and net, prettily trini-
Imed with colored ribbons and fancy
{beads, in great variety, from 35c to
J1.25.     Pretty bows  with   piped
[edges, some   rosettes  with   fancy
3rops, and some in smart  tailored
[effects, price 50c.   Pure silk muf-
tfleres, plain or fringed,   in   black,
[gray, brown, sky, navy and white,
[from 50c to $1.    We have the   largest showing of  ladies  neckwear
ever seen in the district.
Lady's Evening Scarfs
IA very acceptaple Xmas. gift to a
I l��dy would be one of these hand-
ksome evening scarfs, made of fine
���spun silk, loosely woven in fancy
'weaves.    14 in. to 24 iu. wide and
��� 1 3-4 yds. long, finished with wide
[fringe, from $1.50 to $3.50.
Xmas. Belts
��� Silk elastic, patent leather snede,
velvet, tinsel, plain leather and
novelty belts with gilt, silver, gun-
I metal or self colored and fancy car-
I ved buckles, all sizes, values from
1 50c up, We have belts to match
every costume aud the prices are
' particularly moderate.
Lady's Handbags
' This is a line that is worth your inspection, having just arrived for
' the Xmas. trade. There is every
Style and shape in leather, snede,
relvet, etc, with long cord and silk
lining, 4 coin purses to match, from
$2 to #7.50.
Combinations
Toady's wool combinations in medium
weight, high neck, long sleeves, ankle
length, values $3.
Xmas. Handkerchiefs
This season we have a b Iter an 1
bigger handkerchief stock than any
we have shown previously. This is
one of the leading lines for Xmas.
gifts. They come in fancy boxes
and are beautifully embroidered and
lace trimmed, all prices.
Silk Waists
We have just to hand one of the
finest lines of waists that could be
procured, in taffeta, nittssaline, silk
Madrus, China .Silk in ecru, etc., in
plain and tailored styles, from $3
tofito. We especially invite your
inspection of these.
Aviation Caps
These are of very superior quality mid
popular tor this tittle of tin1 year. Made
ot Berlin wool and come ill a heavy
weave, colors, white, navy, cardinal and
green, also combination color effects,
prices 75c to $1.50.
Lady s Sweater Coats     Men's  Department
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A. warm stylish looking coat made nt
extra heavy wool, with hi.eli storm collar
and BUUg fitting. They conic in all
shades, frotll J3 to $C50.
Lady's and Misses Coats
Materials in serge mid tweeds, loose lit-
ting lacks, with double-breasted fronts.
A good selection, values from $r, to $18.
Lady's Felt Slippers
A line assortment iu all colors, nice fur
trimmings, plain with ribbon down
through tops and vamps; medium heels,
hand-turned soles, sizes ji-2 to 7, prices,
11.25 t<>  (1.50.
Switches
and Hair Rolls
Men's Dressy Mufflers
Pure silk mufflers with or without fringe
They come in black, grey, brown, navy,
sky and white. Put up in fancy boxes
and will make a handsome Xmas, gift,
We invite your inspection ol this Hue.
Men's Ties
See our range of this line, Four-in-hund
and derby shapes, plain silk and fancy
knitted tics. All the season's favorite
colors and shapes are shown here. Very
acceptable for Xmas, wills. Put up
singly iu fancy boxes, from 50C. to $j.
You caii secure anything you require in
smart neckwear here.
Lady's Umbrellas
The cover is a splendid quality with a
finely tempered rod and frame, the
handle being beautifully carved. The
cover is 25 inches, giving good protection, from $1.75 to $5.
Silk Underskirts
Lady's soft satin underskirts. They are
made with deep pleated flounce with
good shape top. Conic in plain colors
and shots in all the new shades, prices
fram $2.50 to $5.
Lady's Skirts
They are up-to-date styles from the leading eastern manufacturers. They include a big range of good navy and
black serges iu tailored effects, Panama
and voils in a variety of styles, from
$4.50 to $12.
Dress Goods
In every fashionable weave aud color.
They include fancy black brocades,
striped suitings, cashmeres, voils serges,
Panamas, shepherd checks, broadcloths,
etc., from $1.25 to #3.25 per yd., in
widths 36 to 54 inches.
These are made ol extra tine human
hair aud are 24 inches long. We have
different shades in brown for you to
choose from, iu both wavy and straight
effects, from (j up.
Hair Ornaments
White brilliants, diamond back combs,
side combs, barrettes, etc. The biggest
collection of these we have yet handled,
Uach article is well finished and priced
from 35c. up.
Art Needlework
We ofTcr some very pretty Xmas. gifts ill
worked cushions, table covers, centres,
doylies, runners, etc. This shipment which
has just arrived from Ireland are all in
the newest designs, well made and well
worked, and at very reasonable prices.
We have quite a large assortment laid
out for your inspection.
Knitted Toques and Aviation Caps
For children are now very popular. We
have them in all colors from 35c. to $1.
Child's Bearskin Coats
These are made with turn-over collars or
small capes and are in plain or fancy
trimmed styles, from $2.50 toj4.50- hou-
liets and hats to match, $1. each.
Child's Felt Hats
We have a good range of shapes and
colors iu children's felt hats that are
very becoming to all boys and girls,
from 75c. to $1.
Men's Shirts
Men's negligee shirls iu light and   dark   trouser.
colorings,   plain and   striped.    A   large
stock of new and up-to-date patterns and
styles to choose from, values from   $1.50
to $2.50.    It will be to your advantage to
Men's Sweater Coats
Bxtra special at St, A good inulium
weight coal and yfitt made, with high
an I low collar, two pockets. Will stand
lots of hard wear, Come in plain grey
maroon, grey trimmed with kahaki ; ml
cardinal, and brown trimmed wlthgrten.
From ?'.' to so.
Men's Tweed Trousers
Men's heavy tweed trousers in dark
grey mixtures. Made with strong pockets. An excellent trouser for outside
wear, ||.M a pair.
Fawn Corduroys
These pants are made of a heavy fine
rib corduroy in a dark shade. Cut with
full hips, belt loops and cuffed bottoms,
A soft, comfortable   and   hard   wearing
Men's Overcoats
sec these.
Heavy Working Shirts
Men's heavy working shirts made of
good twill and fleece lined, come in black
and kakaki shades, strongly made, with
collar and pockets, Ideal shirts for
winter wear, $1.50 to $2.
Men's Dancing Pumps
And house slippers, liither of these
lines will make a very acceptable present
They are made with uppers of patent
and line kid leather, Comfortable and
good titling around the ankles, prices
from $2.50 to S4-50.
Men's High Grade Suits
This lot iu all the newest patterns and
styles, comprises n ti.ie line of Hugh-ill,
aiid .Scotch tweeds and worsteds, also
plain colors, equal to custom-made
clothing. Its the wearing qualities of our
men's clothing that gained us a reputation, prices from $16.00 to 233,00.
Suits Made-to-Measure
We are agents for the Campbell Clothing Manufacturing Co., Montreal, Fit
and finish guaranteed, Uirge book of
patterns lo choose from.
A big range of tweed overcoats to pick
from, of unusually good quality and iu
this season's newest styles,  values from
88 to 825.
Raincoats
The noted Currie English raincoat,
guaranteed waterproof, lu to $20.
Boy's Suits
A large shipment of these just in, made
of rough and smooth Scotch and English
tweed, with double-breasted coat and
bloomer pants, These suits ure tailor-
made, well lined and well finished. The
best suit values ever offered in this district, from $3.50 to 30.su.
Grocery Department
Our grocery department is replete with
all the Xmas delicacies to be had. l'luiu
pudding, fruit cake, uialaga grapes, the
finest of Spanish cluster raisins, tin:
well-known Smyrna figs; also a large
assortment of Xmas. and New Year
drinks, such as ginger wine, raspberry
vinegar, vanilla, orange, raspberry and
strawberry syrups, lime juice, cordial,
grape juice, etc.
Crockery and Chinaware Dept.
A fine line just to hand in dinner and
toilet sets, lancy china etc.
Campbell's, Cumberland
McFarlane Bros.
Cumberland
A Few Suggestions ^r Xmas.
and New Year Gifts
For the Ladies
Chatelaine Bags
Handkerchiefs, Irish Linen, both
Plain and
Children's picture handkerchiefs
Fancy handkerchief holders
Hemstitched linen table covers
Hemstitched tray cloths
Hemstitched table napkins
Doylies and centrepieces from
Ladies' umbrellas from
Ladies' dressing jackets, white wool
Papetries. Holly designs, at
Ladies' felt shoes and house slippers
from $1 to $4
fancy, from 25c to 75c
5c each and 2 for 5c
from $1 to $2.50 each
$3 to $4 each
75c
$4 per dozen
5c to 75c each
$1.25 to $2.50
$4
50c per box
$1 to $22.25
For the Home
1 only, Grafonola
1 only Graphophone
regular $65, now $45
regular $45, now $30
For Gentlemen
Hair brushes - - $1 each and $2.50 per pair
Smoking Jackets - - regular $5.50, now $3
Wool Mufflers in cream or mauve shades 65c
Sets of suspenders, armlets and garters      - $1.25
For the Children
A nice assortment of Toys at prices to suit all.
The Corner Store
P. O. Box 100
Phone 10
Calgary Man
Plans Unique Trip
Norman Grantham left Calgary
on Sunday noon dressed in a suit of
newspapers on an undertaking to
walk 25,000 miles without a dollar
He must neither beg, borrow nor
steal on the trip. This is being
undertaken for a wager of a section
of land iu the north of this province.
From lure he goes east to Ottawa
and has a letter to the Duke of
Connaught. From Ottawa he
crosses to the British islands and
thence to the continent of Europe
which will traverse length and
breadth, finally leaving Brindisi
for India, landing in that country
at Bombay. In India he will traverse the valley of the Indus and
will reach Calcutta down the vallev
of the Ganges. From Calcutta the
route is to New Guinea and Boreno
thence to Austrailia and New Zealand aud the Cape. From the
Cape to Montevideo and thence on
toot to Valparaiso and from there
to Callao, Peru. From Callao he
will go to Panama and through
Mexico into the United States.
The last two thousand miles will
be in the United States to Vancouver, andjrom Vancouver back to
Calgary.
JOS.  BARBIE
Tobacconist
Dealer in   hoice Fruits, Confectionery
and Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave.        Cumberland
Limited.
Impecunious Suitor (endeavoring
to make himself agreeable to Miss
Angela's papa)���What a charming
place you have here, Mr Oldtnan!
Does it go all the way to that grove
over there?
Unsympathetic Papa���It does.
Impecunious Suitor���And all the
way to that stone wall in the distance on this side?
Unsympathetic Papa���It does.
And it goes all the way to the river
on the south, and all the way to the
nnin road on the north. But, Mr
Youngman, it does not go with my
daughter Angela!���Ex, I
We Ask Inspection
Of the Full Line of Gents Neckwear just Received
Our Xmas. Groceries are the Best in Town
Sec Our Children's Shoes
The   Ideal  Store
Cumberland
Special Notice!
CHRISTMAS TURKEYS
A Special Shipment of 'ri'rkeys and Beef arriving.
The Finest Selection on the island.    Ord^r at Once,
if You Have Not * l-:ead> Done So.
BEST QUALITY ONLY
Comox Co-Operative Society
CUMBERLAND ���i NMVMI ���j**"* srtt*: i'
Jeweller, Optician
and Newsdealer
ten
Xmas.
Shopping
in Cumberland
Don't fail to See
PBACEY
The Druggist
For Xmas.  Cards, Perfumes,
Pipes and Choco'r.tcs in boxes
The Best of Everything    |   Cumberland, B. C.
icLeaii
GRANTHA
A full line of watches,
jewellery and everything   for   the
Xmas trade
���TaMMM-i .��.mn
THE B.  C. GARAGE
CUMBERLAND
Automobiles, Gas Engines.
Supplies and Repairing
Agents for Fairbanks Gas Engines, Moore Lighting Systems
Denton & Thomson, Props.
Phones R 84 and L 84
Cars for Hire Night or Day
The Furniture Store
Iron  Beds and Bedding, Springs and Mattresses,
Carpets, Stoves  and Ranges, Furniture and
House   Furnishings,   Rugs   Linoleums,
Curtains and Window Bliuds
WALLPAPER A SPECIALTY
A. McKINNON
Dunsmuir Ave.
Cumberland
A. G. SLAUGHTER
Cash Butcher
Dealer in all kinds of Meats, Fish in season, etc.
Orders promptly attended to
Phone 37
Cumberland
Comox Turkey Shoot
The annual Turkey Shoot was
held at Comox on Friday the 20th,
and was most successful in every
respect. The day was an ideal one
for shooting and about fifty of the
marksmen of the district thoroughly
enjoyed the sport. Mr. C. A.
Martin, of the Elk hotel, had
charge of the arrangements, which
were carried out in an excellent
manner. Over forty turkeys went
to those who were fortunate enough
to have a steady hand. The name
and cumber of turkeys won by
each individual is as follows: Jack
Martin 7, Mark Coe 4, Cecil Smith
a W Howard 3, Percy Smith, Joe
Thompson,    H.    Warwick,    and
Francis Pike, * each'- 0scar Ray>
George Hawkins, A. H. Blair, H.
V Brine Edmund Davis, W.
Woodhus. W. H. Hoff W T.
White. Jack Downey, J. Whittaker,
J. London and Bob Thomson, 1
each. 1
Mr, Drader, our popular teacher
left ou Saturday niomiug for Victoria, where he will spend the holidays among liis in,my friends.
I    ,'.
I    the school closing   exercises al
j Grantham School on Friday,   Dec.
I 20 proved a great success.   A soore
of visitors, parents and   friends  oi
the pupils were present to   witness
the exercises,    liach pupil gave  a
Christmas    recitatiou  which   was
highly appreciated,    Throughout
tlie program the pupils conducted
I themselves  in   a   most admirable
I manner.    It is exceedingly gratifying to notice the high   standard of
i interest taken by the parents in the
j pupils and school,    \fter the program :  vole of thanks was  tender-
j ed the teachers for the   high   standard of efficiency reached   in   the
I school during   the   present   term.
I After which refreshments were s.i-
1 veil, and all enjoyed a so. ial   hour.
j Great credit is due the pupils for the
I interest they took in the decorations
i in preparing for the day,   and   for
I the gay and tasty style in which the
I'chodlroom was decorated throtlgh-
1 out.
CUMBERLAND
Interesting Items from the Coal City
From Ilie OdmberlimU A\ ms
Charlie   Paruham's   name    has
been mentioned for mayor.
I Mr. James Conley, a prominent
Liberal uf Vancouver, was iu town
on  Wednesday.    He   was   aecom-
1 pained by Mr. Leo Andertou and
Mr. John McKenzie. of Courtenay.
T, E. Banks, John Thomson and
T. K. Bates are being mentioned as'
likely candidates far the mayor's
chair at our next civic election.
No names are being mentioned for
aldermauic honors as yet.
The Jokesmith
Hard luck never gets off the trail
of a blockhead,
A woman loves prctiy clothes���if
they beloug to her.
Something is always happening
to break the monotony.
It takes more than a soft answer
to turn away tlie book agent.
We are all entitled to our rights,
but only a few of US get them.
The only way to avoid trouble
in this old world is to avoid being
born,
The world has no lime for al
visionary     man -until    alter    he
makes good. j
I
Here's  the  Erst   guide   post on]
the   road  to  success:    Mind   your
own business.
A mother is always surprised lo
learn that her daughters are as old
as tltey are.
Gossips have motor cars bealen
to a frazzle when it comes to running people down.
And many a man can hear the
call of duty���providing there is
nothing else worth listening to.
Take a few minutes off to think
it over and you will be surprised at
the amount of time you devote to
foolishness.
When a man gets into trouble
most of his acquaintances express
their sympathy, but inwardly Jhey
say it served him tight. 1
Beit   Wiilics.
t   Wiilics. ,
A little girl who lives in a  stfj
town in M issonri wrote the follow ���
letter to her. cousin:   'We  isJl
well, and mothtr's got the his '1,1
ricks, brother Tom is got the Hull
Kaugh, and sister Ann   is   got I
haliee, and i hope   these   few llf|
will find you the same.    Your
fecshuuate knzen"���Ex.
Premier Borden has given nol f
of the   following   proposed   resi{,
tion,    "That   it   is  expedients
provide for two aditiotial   nieiub>|
of the Senate for each of   the   f
vinces  of   Manitoba,   Alberta a|
Saskatchewan aud for three   a<:
tiodal members of the .Senate fr
the   province   of   British   Colin:
liia."
Tl]e Star
Livery Stable,
Livery and team work promptly
tended to.    All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
High Cost of Living
Sixty Years Ago
Those who grumble at the antics
of that jade, the high cost of living
have really nothing to complain of.
Sixty years ago in California the
price of food was enormous, according to a letter written at the
time by one Jarvis Cable. He
wrote from Hangtowu in Califor-
nior. The following is an extract
from his letter:
"Vegetables we have to do without most of the time on account of
the high prices. We have to-day
bought six pounds of potatoes for
50 cents a pound." The 50 cents
was the cheapest price that ! ad
ever been paid for potatoes in
Hangtown.
The writer of the  letter  was  a
careful man,   apparently,   for  lie
goes on to say:    "I   buy   no such
thing any turther  than   what   we I
deem necessary to  keep  off the
H. S. Clements Wants
Money for Wharves
Ottawa.���II. S. Clements, of
j Comox-Atliu has given notice of a
I resolution declaring that in British
Columbia and in other portions of
the Dominion where similar condi-
1 lions exist, the construction of
wharves should be by day labor under the supervision of district engineers, and that as many wharves
are in frequent need of repair and
new wharves are often required,
tile money for wharf construction
should be voted by parliament in a
lump sum sufficient to meet all the
needs of the country.
The time for completing the assessment roll lor tlie year 19ti
throughout the Province has been
extended from November 30 1912
to January 10, 1913, and the time
for completing the duties of the
courts of revision and appeal iu relation to this roll has been extended from December 21 prox. to January 31, 1913.
The Yukon Territory, through
its representative, Dr. Alfred
Thompson, will make a great many
demands upon the government this
session, including a request that a
minisrer of mines with a seperate
portfolio be named for the Yukon.
A request for a grant for the placing in the Yukon of reindeer herds
will also be made in order that tltey
may be substituted for dogs.
Reindeer have been imported into
Alaska with success and the people
of the Yukon are anxious to establish self-sustaining herds in the
Canadian territory.
scurvy. Salt pork and bread with
tea or coffee is our principal living.
Here are some cf the prices current
here at the present time: Pork 40
cent; a pound, flour 30 cents, beans
30, fresh beef 50, butter $2, eggs$i
apiece, tea $1 to $4 a pound, molasses $5 a gallon, coffee 60 cents a
pound. These were summer prices
the autumn and winter ones being:
pork $ I, flour ft, beans 75 cents,
sugar $1, molasses ��7, vinegar ��5,
with others unchanged.
The Big Store
GIFTS FOE i.ADIUS'
Silk   scarfs,   wollen scarfs, aviation caps, gloves and gauntlets
of all kinds, sweater coats in the very newest   blazer   stripes,
hand bags all kinds, ladle's collars and belts all   kinds,   umbrellas, handkerchiefs, thousands,   ladies furs,   large   range,
getieuo of purest quality, writing cases, work baskets,   manicure sets etc, furs iu all styles, qualities and prices.
GISTS FOR MEN
Neck ties,handkerchiefs all kinds,   gloves, hats  and   scarfs,
house slippers, fancy shirts aud sox, shaving sets etc.
GIFTS FOR INFANTS
Bootees, boots, knitted coats,  shawls,   etc.
GIFTS FOR CllIUlRFX
Story books, all kinds, dolls, teddy bears, games for the winter
evenings, toys, Christmas stockings useful gifts   in   sweaters,
sweater coats, caps, togues, fur sets, handkerchiefs, etc.
GIFTS FOR HOME THAT ARE USEFUL
Fancy plaegUes in dainty coloringa several sizes, chenellc and
tapestry curtains and table covers, photo frames, for   wall   or
table all sizes, fancy china of all kinds, a fancy nickel reading
lamp makes a handsome Xmas present.
CHRITMAS GROCERIES
Our grocery department is full up, we sell  nothing but first
class, clean new goods, aud prompt attention given.
Come early.    Store open every night until Xmas.
Leiser & Go., Ltd.
ixnon,
TELEPHONE 38
CUMBERLAND
ves & Ranges
Sporting Goods, Hardware,
Paints, Oils, etc.
AGENT FOR:
McClary   Manufacturing   Co.,   Albion
Stove Works,   DeLaval Cream
Seperators and Sherman-
Williams Paints""
C. H. TARBELL
CUMBERLAND It
A. B. CRAWFORD
Wholeaale Dealer in Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
at Lowest Market Prices, Brick, Lime r.nd Cement
Just Arrived, Car Load Extra No. 1 Oats $33 per ton
Agent for Dc Lava! Cream Seprralors, "The World's Standard"
COURTENAY
FARMERS!
You can never Tell when Sickness or an Accident may come
Insure Against Both  in Your  Home Company,   You  will
inever miss $1.90 per month For a $50 monthly Benefit
HARDY & BISCOE
SOLE AGENTS
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CALLIN   -McPHEtt
Miss Bertho McPhee was married
on Tuesday afternoon in the Pits-
byterian Church, al SaudwicK, to
Mr. Charles G.Caliiu.
The bride, who is a native
daughter of Courtenay and a prom-
inenl member of social circles in
town, is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jus. McPhee,
The church Was beautifully decorated for the happy occasion with
flowers and greenery.
The   bridal   party   entered   the
sacred edifice to the strains of Melting inarch,   played
Miss Anderson.
delshou's  wcdi
by the organist
First in the pretty procession
came the dainty Sower girl, little
Muriel McPhee, niece of the bride.
She was attired ill all empire gown
with lace Gchlt, carrying a basket of
pink carnations. Following her
came the bride, leaning on the aim
of her father, who gave her away.
Very lovely was she in her gown of
while channelise satin, trimmed
with rose, shadow lace and pearl
trimming with bridal veil and
orange blossoms. She carried a
shower bouqet of bridal roses and
lillies of the valley, and wore the
grooms gift of a handsome gold
bracelet. Then came the bridesmaid, Miss Edith Smith, wearing a
beautiful gown of pale pink mar-
quesette over cream silk, caught up
with pink satin roses; with this she
wore a black pontine velvet picture
hat, faced with pink, and she carried a shower boquet of pink carnations.
The grooms was Mr. Chas.
G, Callin, of the firm of Beadnell
& Callin, prominent real estate
brokers, Mr. Callin came to
Courtenay two years ago, and
entered the firm which now bears
his name.
The ceremony, which was witnessed by a large concourse of friends was performed by the Rev.
Thos. Meuzies, pastor of the Presbyterian church.
Immediately after the vows had
been exchanged the bridal party
drove to the home of the bride's
parents, where a reception was
held. Mrs. J, McPhee received,
weal ing'a handsome gown of grey
sills eolienne, with pipings of black
and old rose.
The drawing room was beautifully decorated with holly and chrys-
anthems,    'the  dining  room   was
tastefully decorated with carnations and siniilax, Ropes of sini-
ilax were suspended over the pretty  decorated  table,   where   Mrs,
Waller McPhee, who   was gowned
ill a handsome dress of blue inessa-
line silk, presided over the coffee
and tea urns, rlic bridesmaid and
Miss McKenzie, of Nauaiiuo, looic-
cil charming in a pale pirn; sUk
crepe decheiie dress with silver ami
pearl trimmings, assisted her in
serving the refresenieuts,
Mr. and Mrs. Callin left ou the
boat for r trip to southern California. The bride travelling in a
tailored costume oi dark grey cloth
with large wine colored beaver hat,
trimmed with a wreath of shaded
roses. ^ On their return thev will
reside in Courtenay,
'the presents received by tlie
bride Were numerous and costly.
'ihe groom's gift to the bride
was a handsome gold bracelet, lo
tbe bridesmaid a handsome pair of
gold cuff links, the groomsman
received a beautifully fitted morocco travelling case, to the flower
girl a silver luonograined napkin
ring and the organist a beautiful
I'earl crescent broach.
The   Comox   Barker   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E.' DALRYMPEE,  Prop.
Wood!
Wood!
Now is the Time to Think of
this Burning Question
The Courtenay Wood Supply
Co.,   can   Execute  Your
Orders Promptly
Do   not   Delay   Getting
Your   Winter's   Supply,
but at once communicate with
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[The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST^OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
Rates Reasonable
FABER & FABER, Props.
Telephone'3-5 COURTENAY, B. C.
E Take this Opportunity of Wishing Our Many Friends and  Pat-
I  rons a Merry Christmas and a  Happy
and Prosperous f!���w Year
\ McPHBB Sz MORRISON
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PROTECT
Lay Up Money for Old Age.
Delay will Cost  You
Hard Cash
The Manufacturers' Life can
Supply Every Kind
of a Policy
Insurance in Force $70,000,000
Assets Over $15,000,000
iMake Application to
C. E. Dalrymple
District Agent
COURTENAY,  B. C.
nox Co-Qperative Society
Butchers
Dealers in Meats, Farm
Produce, etc.
Satisfaction  Guaranteed
Union Street
Courtenay
.Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
O. H. FECHNER, Prop.
BLACKSMITHING
Horseshoeing and General
Repairing of all kinds
J.   W.   MacKenzie Jr., Courtenay
lake Xmas. 1912 a Happy One
For the Children as well as for Yourself by Seeiug my New
Shipment of Dolls, Toys, etc.    I Have One of the Finest
Selections in this District.    It will  Pay  You  to See
Them before Purchasing Elsewhere
52 Piece Dinner Set, value $18.50
To the Person  Guessing Accurately  the exact  distance  the  El
Train, in the window, Travels in One Hour and Fifteen Minut ���a
One Barrell of the Best Flour
To the Person Holding tlie largest Number of Cash   Tickets  from  our
Cash Register, from December Fourteen to Twenty-four, inclusive!
Conditions of Guessing
For Every Dollar's Worth of Goods Purchased in tin's Store for C   '
Credit, from December Fourteen to Twenty-four, in :tusive
Untitles Purchaser to One Guess
W. G. McKEAN
(      Telephone 6
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Courtenay  B.  C.
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
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POOL ROOM
CIGARS, TOBACCOS and PIPES
CONFECTIONERY, SOFT
DRINKS AND FRUITS
NOTIONS OF ALE KINDS
E. SWAN, Prop.
First-class Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE   BROS.
Proproprirtors
PERCY   '.Tai
"GRAND  DUKE  CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
The Courten it H id
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but tlie BEST WINES aud
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop}
In a short lime work will  begin      Next spring  30,ooo   fruit tret
on   the   $2,000,000   hydro-electric  will be planted on   the   old Hunt
plant at the big falls on the Ox-tail  ranch, a few miles so':*!'   of (V,-.
river.                                             : ville. ERS' SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phoa.66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O.B��x230
"Not better than the best but better than the rest"
Xmas. Shopping
Let us Help You Solve the Problem
FOR GENTLEMEN
G.B. D. Pipes, $3 to $5.50
"ass HS:
Military Brushes    ^hen >os Bi  lie
Kodaks   Books by populai authors
FOR LADIES :
,   ��� i    >.-��� .'   ano   Silver
Ornouut,  i old,    - ������   _ , i)( get
m��S   Hand Bags Purses
Music Rolls Dmnes
Papetries in Fancy boxes
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Boys Own and Girls Own Ammal
Courtenay   Ladies'   College
Next Term Commences
MONDAY,  JANUARY 13,   1913
Mrs.  Hardy and Miss Gleuny
Principals
Ends. T. Hanson's
s. c
SANDWICK
Miss Dorothy Burns is spending
the holidays with her parents.
The Misses Milligans, who have
been teaching in Cumberland are
home for the holidays.
Miss E. J. Gibson, who has been
attending Normal School  in   Van-1
couver,  is   spending   the   holiday
with her mother.
White
This flack he 3 bean the foundation of most of the largest
Egg Ran
District
Seldom has the stately ritual of
the marriage service of the Church
of England been more impressive
ithan on Friday last, December 30th
.ichesintheCowicnan^'116" Mi*s Kathleen   Annie  Wil-
1 lemar, youngest daughter of the Rev
and Mrs.   Willemar, of the
Chums
picture Books
Story Books   Chatterbox     Hentj
and Vernes Books       Brownie
Cameras, etc.
..Cdbury'.-^b-lkCbocUt.. lor Everybody
Why not a year's subscription to
t V ��� ' tnnnril Woman S
the Ladies Journal,
Holue Companion or anj W
ztue We will have H sent to
your address. Subscriptions taken
for all magazines.
��� ���We Sell all the Popular Periodicals
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Palaee Livery
& Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
We also attend to wood hauling
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Courtenay
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Winner of 4th pri/.e in the International Egg-laying Contest at
Vancouver. Being only beaten by
one other pen of B. C. birds. Birds
of my strain also took 4th, 5th,
6th, 9th aud 13th
Day   Old Chicks  20c.  each
Eggs for Hatching :
$10 per 100     $80 per 1000
Ernest H. Hanson
Cowichan Station, V. I,, B. C.
Comox General
Supply Store
We have a grand display of
presents and dolls (or Xmas.
and the New Year
A large assortment of Xmas.
Chocolates aud Candy arriving
by every boat
Santa Claus headquarters for
children's toys and games
J. X. and   Mrs.          ,     .
Rectory, Sandwick, was united in
holy matrimony to Mr Edgar Dun-
das Thwaites, only son of the Rev.
Cation aud Mrs Thwaites of Sabs-
bury, England, the Rev. Francis
Vey officiating. The church was
tastefully decorated for the occasion,
and a large gathering of relatives
and friends assembled. The bride,
a vision of radiance, was attired 111
soft white satin, trimmed with
bands of net, embroidered in silk
and diamonds, and limerick lace,
the bridal veil being a fine lace
shawl, (worked by the bride's
grandmother). The bride was attended by Miss Guillod, who wore
pale blue silk with white lace and
pearl trimmings, aud a black hat
with white feather trimmings, and
by Miss "Baby" Cooke, the bride's
niece, who looked charmingly sweet
in an empire frock of white satin
with bucks point on the fichu and
on her bonnet. The Rev. J. X.
Willemar gave his daughter away.
The bridegroom was supported by
Mr. Lewis, of Victoria, who ably
filled the responsible position of
best man. The wedding march was
piayed as the bride entered the
church, and the bridal march as the
happy pair came down from the
chancel, Miss Dingwall presiding at
the organ. A reception was held
at the Rectory afterwards and those
SWEARING OFF
Uncle Walt, Poet Philosopher
Let us do our yearly swearing ere
the New Year rush begins, dumping
all the load we're bearing   of   our
plain and fancy sins.   It   has   always been the custom from our evil
ways to steer, and our habits  ill���
dad bust 'em���on the first day   of.
the year; thus the bright Recording
Angel   suffers   from   the  writer's
cramp, and a little timely chauge'll
make his eyes glow liKe a lamp.  \h,
that angel ceases smiling as lie files
our vows away, when he sees those
pledges piling up around him in ont
day; and he   sighs:    "Why   can't
those critters shaKe their little lists
of sins, cut out cards, cigars and bitters, ere the New Year rush begins?
It is tough upon a   seraph  to   be
working overtime, and I sometimes
wouldn't care if they adhered to sin
and crime."    It is well to cross the
border from licentiousness to grace,
if we give the tired recorder time to
use his resting place; it is well that
hearts are warming with resolves to
seetc the dawn, but we should do our
reforming ere the New Year   rush
is on.
floving Pictures
Monday, Wedueseay, Thursday
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An  Entire Change of Programme
Twice  weekly
H. E. WHITTLE, Proprietor
I
George F. Russell
GRANTHAM
Breeder   of   Large   Thoroughbred
White Yorkshire Hogs
All Pedigreed and Registered Stock
Young Stock for   Breeding   Purposes $10, Half-breeds $5 each
Stock Sired   by   the Champion Hoc:, at
Victoria, which also Beat the Champion Hog at Calgary
&
A. B. BALL, Manager
present were privileged to view
I large selection of choice and suitable
presents. Later in the evening Mr
aud Mrs Thwaites left for the honeymoon, their objective being Victoria and the Sound.
He Knew Her.
A man down in North Carolina
lived with his wife seven years, and
during that time he came to have a I
very healthy regard for her physical
superiority. After meekly submitting to all the kickingand cuffing
that he could stand he left home and
look up his residence at the home of
a farmer about seven miles distance.
One day he was working in the
field, when his employer brought
him the message that some one
wanted to speak to him over the
telephone presumably his wife. He
didn't disobey the authority of the
woman, even at a distance, and he
hurried to answer the call.
He had had no experience with
the telephone, and it was with
wonder and hesitation that he picked up the receiver. About that
time lightning struck the line aud
the shock threw him to the floor.
Rising from the floor with a look
of amazement and a dubious look at
the instrument he said softly: "I'll
be dog-goned if it wasn't her."���
National Monthly.
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly At-   ,
tended to
R. MacQUILLAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay.
FOR PLUMBING
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
S. A. COTTONj
GasolinejEngines Repaired & Overhauled j
BOX 124, PHONE
If you   want   pictures   framec'
cabinet or sign worK   done  go  to
J. Sutton.
J List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE
>^VIEW
VOL. 1
COURTENAY. B. C, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913
NO. 6 --�����
Wishing   You   All
the Compliments
of the Season
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
For
Stoves
f Ranges
and
Heaters
Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Dressers and Stands.
Kitchen Cabinets, Tables,   Chairs.      Also a nice
line of Linoleums and Oilcloths
See us about that Heater before the cold snap Comes
on You
Courtenay House Furnishing Stores
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
"Bayview" Sub-division
Is Now on the Market
The Property of the Comox Logging & Railway Co.
Situate on the Nanaimo Road,  between  Carter's and  Roy's
Several Lots have been Sold but we have some Choice ones left
FOR RENT
Very Desirable'New Three-room Cottage.     Good Location.
Close In
Acreage at the Price of Lots
In Blocks of 1 to 8 acres. Prices $150 to $300 per acre
Easy Terms
For Sale only by
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
Auctioneers and Valuators
Notary Public and Conveyancing
Willard Block
Courtenay
LOCAL  LINES
For Sale���Water spaniel, Apply
Capt. Vigors.
If you WUllt pictures trained,
cabinet or sign won-' done go to
J. Sutton.
Advertisers- Please note that in
order to insure changes, copy must
be iu our liandt not later than
Monday evening.
Wanted���Good girl, about 13
years of age, for general house
worK, apply, I,. HlcKinan, LaKe
Trail Cotirtenay.
Just received at Hornby's a choice
selection of llroaclies, Pendants etl
in gold and enamel, The prices
will surprise you,
Let us know the coining and going of yntir friends. We will be
glad at any time to have notice of
any local happenings,
Major Hilton, Headquarters, who
has been at Vancouver and New
Westminster ou business for the
Company, returned home on Sunday.
Wm. HalcroWi who has been
chief clerk with the Island Realty
Co., has .severed his connection
with the company and left this
wceii for Ocean Falls, B,C.
Read the announcements of the
different merchants in every issue
of the Review. They carry a uses-
sage which should benefit you.
Found���At the Courtenay Hotel
on Sunday, a stun of money, owner
can have same by applying to \\\
Reuberg, grading camp Courtenay.
After the first of the year Harvey
Creech litis decided to close his barber shop ou Sunday, and wishes
the public to judge themselves accordingly.
Mr Roy Angel, head loader at
Camp i, accompanied bv his wife
and family left on Sunday for
Maple Falls, Wash, where Mrs Angel was called to see her brother,
who is seriously ill.
Strayed���There has strayed onto our premises a jers-ey heifer,
about 2 1-2 years old. Owner can
have same by proving property
and paying expenses. Hickman
England.
The annual general meeting of
the Comox-Courtenay Conservative
Association will be held in the
Opera House, Courtenay, on Thursday the 9th'January 1913 at 8 p.m.
All interested are invited to attend.
Members and those wishing to become members of the association,
must pay in their dues to the Secretary before the business of the
meeting commences. Wm. Duncan
Hon. Secretary.
If y mi int pictures framed,
cabinet or sign work done go to
J. Stilton
J. K, K. McOill, representing
Mahrer & Co., Nanaimo, was in
town last week.
Or. I). E. Kerr,dentist, wi'.l !>��� in
Courtenay from Jan. 89th I : eb.
8th, inclusive.
Mess-s George Willard and Robert Thomson are on a visit t< >. k-
toria and Taeomo.
Mr. Fred Gallant, conductor on
No, 5, has resigned his position
with the Co., and has left for the
Mainland
Miss Mckenzie, who has been
vlhititlg at Mr. J. McPhee's has returned to her home in Nanaimo.
Pound���Two heifers, one light
one dark, about 18 months and 2
years old. Apply, Capt. Guthrie,
Comox.
Owing to the heavy storm of Monday, all telegraphic communications
between here and the south has
been cut off.
Mr. P. Pike's little daughter,
Birdie, met with a slight accident
on Tuesday, by falling on a large
nail, necessitating live stitches.
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Birkinstock
of Camp 1 entertained a number of
their friends to a socrl dance on
Saturday evening. A large number
from Courtenay and Headquarters
were present and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Dane-
ng was indulged in until 12 p.m.,
after which a delicious supper was
served. The music, which was
provided by Mr. Spence Teed, was
excellent.
Send in your subscription to the
Review, 51.50 per vear.
During the storm of Monday the
new bam under course of construction to! G. B, S. Frost was  blown
down,
*
Mr. J. A, Brown, bitter known
as "Duster", has severed his connection with the Hotel Riverside,
and left for Vancouver on Sunday's
boat.
Lost���Between Courtenay and
Cumberland, 3 mink fur collar,
finder will please return same to
Mrs. M. M. Dixon, Headquarters,
or McPhee & Morrison's store.
Just arrived at Willard'S Harness Emporium; a fine line of horse
blankets, lay rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay,
Messrs. Jones and Chapman entertained) a number of their bachelor friends on New Years's night
to a. stag dinner. Music, songs and
gramophone selections were indulged in for a time, after which
they adjourned to Mr. Shannon's
home, where dancing was indulged
in for a couple of hours.
A public meeting will be held in
the Courtenay Club room mi the
14th Inst, at 8. p. in., for the purpose* of considering the advisability
of erecting a hospital ne;ir Courtenay k and also for obtaining suitable grounds in connection to the
same lo be used for recreation pur-
poses. The settlers iu the district
are urgeiitally requested to take an
interest iu the same.
T.   T.   GRIEVES
BUILDER and CONTRACTOR
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and lEslimates Free
BOX 124 COURTENAY
SANDWICK
The Christmas festival was observed at Saudwick on Christmas
day at ti a.m., the service consisting of Matins, sermon by the rector,
Rev, J. X. Wilemar, and a celebration of the Holy communion. The
church was decorated with holly
and evergreens, and a fairly large
congregation was present in spite
of the state of the roads In the outlying parts of the parish.
We learn that Miss Mildred
Smith of Oakbank farm, Sandwick,
who was in charge of Minto school
last term, has been appointed to
the school at Union Bay.
A well-attended dance was held
in the barn at EUersleigh grange
on Friday last, the proceedings being kept up until the " wee sma "
hours. The spacious dancing floor
was taxed to its utmost to accomodate the merry exponents of the
poetry of motion.
Mr. Leslie Marshall is a guest at
Mr. Victor Halliday's lor the next
few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D, Thwaites returned last evening from their wedding trip.
Local subscribers to the Review,
comprising the majority of the residents in Sandwick and district, are
up in arms at the delay which occurred last week in the delivery of
the Review. Posted at Courtenay
on Dec. 26th, the bundle of "Reviews" reached Saudwick via Comox on Dec. 28, the Cumberland
papers making a bold but unsuccessful bid for first place.
THE OLDEST
Real Estate Firm
in the Comox District
Our List of Properties For Sale Includes the Very
Finest Cleared and Uncleared Farms, Sea and River
Frontage, and Bush Lands in the District
We are also Exclusive Agents for ihe New Station
Sub-Division   at   Courtenay,   where   the  Railway
Station   is   to be Built.     Prices  Reasonable  and
Terms Easy
Courtenay Town   Lots   For   Sale  at  All   Prices
Local Agents for E. &. N. Railway Lands
We have some Splendid Tracts of Land from 5 to
20 Acres at Reasonable Prices, and Within Easy
Distances from Courtenay
NOTARY PUBLIC
If You want a Safe Investment or Wish to Dispose of
Your Property, See the Pioneer Firm of the District
We are Agents for the Best Fire Insurance Companies and will be Pleased to Insure Your Property
Beadnell & Callin
Telephone 24
Courtenay - and - Comox, B. C. TIIK.  COURTENAY   COURIER,   COURTENAY,   B. C.
AGONIES OF
JALL-STONES
SANOL   Is  the     Most     Reliable    and
Rapid  Cure  for this  Painful  .ind
Dangeious     Disease     Strong.
Tcstimonl.ili
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vail-Hl h i\ ii" uui in  itluu in Uiiuw ,,i
Cue kilo results in iiik ii'iiMii from thu
11*' nf BANUU thi' n .11'Iv in.il in irnli-,
bOre mi,I n-iii.ii li.u I,  ..-.i...i in n.s notion
If  IVIIuniK   ttlt)   ll-rilMI,   in   .in   upcl'lUtou,
Iti'lii i  oumcu i ipily,  Ilie ;...... m iiftiin
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Tim following extract In Itilii'ii frum llio
loiter nf n  well-known 'i'iiiiiiiim ut'iitln-
iiinn
"Hrplylnu in your letter, 1 follqwod your
Instructions itiiil I'liiiliiiMil m,i iiiitiliH nt
���'-ANi'l.      Vim   mluhl   Solid   him   .in   milch
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wny help the -nil' ul' SANOI. nml by doing Su lli'l'i NOII1CI ntlliM' iiiiI'mi liinnt.', I
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nir.nlili'i 11 tin- Inst I'l'iin tty over tniiili'
YoXl h.iw a modlolno linn in worth millions.
HANOI, In already widely 11 mil��od by
tlif medical nrofPHSlnn of Ciiiiudu tm it
oiH'ctt'ii'. remedy fur Kidney stonosi gull-
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ilie bladder nml nil other diseases due tn
'thr proBendo nf uric ni'lct III Ilin nynti'lll.
HANOI, in also n ureal and reliable pre-
vi'itllvt. mill if t.lit,11 nl liny trITIO liy those
whn h.'ivi' nny wonKness of tne kidney or
blflddri' will often prevent  it sortous ill-
"nt'SH.
RANOl. in made onlv by the BANOL
MAM'l'At'lCKlN'l COMPANY, LTD..
���177 Main Street. Winnipeg For nnln by
oil druggists in' direct tvom Uie makers
nt II r.n nor bnlllo,
The Plan That Failed
Ho was a dear "id professor, very
learned and very absent-minded, Ami
the latter trail of bis was constantly
getting llitu into hot water,     'this
did   nol   worry   him  su  iiincli  11s  the
ono fni'i ihat ho oould never Dnd his
clothes iii iiin morning mi getting up,
having completely forgotten where he
.hud  litiil  litem.
Ono memorable day, however, a
brilliant Inspiration came to him, Ho
would devise n clothes plan, He did,
miil 11 1,111 something like this:
I'niii mi 1 hint peg left liiiiiti oomor
nt room, walslooal and troiissra mi
chair by bed, foliar on door-handlo,
Ho through Key of door, veBl mi floor
by window, cuffs mi bedstead knobs,
shin mi portmanteau, Btit'kH mi gus-
briiokol, boots outside door, professor
In bed.
This worked splendidly, nml next
morning tho dear old thing collected
his wardrobe with iiKhinim'. rapidity,
until ho oamo to tho Inst Item mi bis
lint, iio rushed to the bed; but it
was empty,
Running bin hand through his
scanty grey locks, ha exclaimed, In
deep despair:
There! Now the professor Is lost,
I'm much afraid after all this plan in
no good.
TEACHER CURED
OF BARBER'S ITCH
TELLS OF CURES AMONG HIS PUPILS THAT WERE REMARKABLE
Raw, Inflamed, Itching Skin Is Soothed
CANCER I dr. CHASE'SOINTMENT
Book Free.    A t.mpU
Home   treatment removed
lump from tbia lady's breast
Old sorea, ulcer*  and
tfrowttai cured.     Deicribe
r trouble; we will send booh aid testimouiala.
>HI Canada Cancer institute, burnt*
IO CHURCHILL AVI..  TORONTO
I THE JOHN INGL1S CO., Limited
I        Rngtneers and Bnllermrikere
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l; Writ* u�� for PrlCdB
7 14 Strachsn Ave., Toronto. Canada
REST AND HEALTH TO WOTHER AND CHILD.
M*s. Wimi.ow'il 800T1IIN0 svroi' has Iwrfa
Sncd for over sixty VEAKSby millions nt
ilOTHURS fur lllfir CIlll.UKI'.N WIIU.R
TRUTH I NO. with 1'KRl'Kl'T BUCCEHS. It
BOOTHBB the CHILD, 801TBKH the GUMS.
AM.AVSiill PAIN ; CURES WINII COLIC, and
is the licot remedy lor IMAKKIUEA. It m sb-
tolntely harmless, lie mire and ask. for " Mr*,
^tvinaluiv'f. Bonlhiug Byrup," atol take ��o other
*imi.   Twenty-five ccttUa iiutlie.
$65 to $200
A Mtmth-   ?.#Mirn tt hhiv   lirofoMlofl*
H4*v*)f. W��eKH.  Wi) Imvo jt.liM r.irthrt>*��
���iiimlrecl tiifii huforu !>!;��>��� hi,lf)i:i.
INDIANA SCHOOL OF THACTIONEERING
1 100 PINE LAKE AVE., LAPORTE. IND.
Ship Your
HIDES AND  FURS
in
McMillan fur & wool Co.,
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Barber's Itch Is a form of Ringworm
which, wlv.ii oiK'ti started, Is 11101U annoying nnd unsightly, and most dlfll-
cult to cure. Barbers often lefuso to
shave anyone bavins this disease, for
tear of passing It on to other customers.
But yon can cure Barber's Itch and
keep tihe skin wonderfully soft and
healthy by applying Dr. Chase's Ointment, .lusl read what this teacher
has to say about the healing power of
Dr. Chase's Ointment.
Mr. ('has. ('. I'olrler, Upper Oara-
quet, N.B., writes:��� "Two years ago
while teaching at, Shlppegmi 1 caught
Barber's Itch. A friend told me Dr.
Chase's Ointment would cure me, 113
It had him. Wheiil I went for a box
I thought II dear, but when I found
how good It was I thought lit cheap.
"Not only was I cured by that single
box. but. It also cured two of my pupils, nnd Mils loo quickly !o ho Iw ���
tlevetl. Ono of them, a girl, had a
running sore on the chin, which the
doctor had tried In vain to cute. The j
ollher had a sore on the far; waiter
running out of It all the time. r
can certify to the cure of these
cases."
Wherever there ts Itching skin or
a sore that refuses to heal you can j
apply Dn Chase's Ointment wlfth positive assurance that, tho result will be1
entirely satisfactory, The soothing,
healing power or this great olntnienr
Is truly wonderful. 80c. a box. al nil
dealers nr Kdnninson, Bates & Co..
Limited, Toronto.
ARE YOUR HANDS CHAPPED?
Zi.m-l.uk Will Cure Them.
The particular danger of ohapped
hands and cold ciacks (apart altogether from the pain) is tttut tbe cold
; la likely to penetrate and set up ln-
llantmutloti, festering, or blood-po4so.il,
j Directly ibe skin Is broken by a out
Kt'aze or scratch, or chalVd ami rraek-
I ed by Ihe action of the cold winds
and  waler, the one necessary precau-
j t.ion Is 1.0 apply Zam-Buk freely,
The pure herbal Juices from which
Zamitiik is prepared are so perfectly
combined and refilled thai the Itillllrtl-
; late effect of these Zam-Buk dressings
j Is  soothing,  antiseptic,  aud  healing.
I Pain unit  Inflammation    are    allayed,
! disease genus expelled from the
wound or sore,   mid   the   latter   ie
j qulokly healed.
Zam-Buk Is ni-'l only a powerful
healer and skin purltlcr; H Is strongly antlsepilc and germicidal, itntl so
forms the Ideal protection for the skin
against disease germs.
11 qulokly iieuta cold cracks, ohaps,
chilblains, cold sores, etc.
.Mrs. O, M . Phoon, Nciic.hntel, Alta.,
writes:��� "1 must tell you bow pleased
I am with Zttlll-Bllk, My husband bad
an old I'Misihlle on his fool for ninny
years, nml had tried almost every
known remedy without any effecil, bill
the llrst application of Zam-Buk Hoem-
ed lo help him so much that be perse-
vei'ul and ihe sore Is now cured. We
would nol be without Zam-Buk In t.lic
bouse."
Zam-Buk Is also a sure cure for
piles, cc/.e.Ta. ulcers, abscesses, scalp
sores, blood-poison, had leg. eruptions,
etc. Its purely herbal composition
makes It the Ideal balm for babies and
young children. All druggists and
stores sell Zam-Buk 50o, box or poet
free from Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto, for
prices. Try also Zain-Buk Soap, lillc.
tablet.
Uf
IB
Morning, said Busiiiiati as he met. an
acquaintance travelling up to town
on the late train. Strange meeting
you. You generally travel up a bit
earlier than this. What's become of
the train you used to catch?
oil, replied the other, that train's
been taken off,
Taken off, is It? asked Mr. B., with
unnecessary curiosity. I suppose
you miss It?
Not so often as I used to, came tlie
response.
An actor who is known as Lew Is of
Crerman descent, and his father speaks
broken English. Low says the old
gentlemen went to a big art gallery
recently and came home greatly enthused .
Saw a tine painting, Louts, he said.
You did?
Yes it was a flue one���hundreds of
people looking at It. it must haf been
Worth a hundred dollars, sure.
What, was its name asked Lew.
Dot I can tell you not, but It vas a
fine picture.
Describe it  to 1110.
Veil, said the old gentleman, there
vas Ihroe fellers. Von was playing
the life, von was playing the drum,
and  the other had a headache.
Far-Reaching Influence
What Is meant, by graft? said the
inquiring foreigner.
Croft, said the resident, of a great
v��y. Is a system which ultimately re-
'-Milts In compelling a large porllon of
''the population to apologize constantly
for not having money, nnd the remain-
iJer to explain  how dhey got. It.
>io "one need endure the agony of
>9ornH Willi llolloway's Coin Cure at
bind to remove litem.
Whaii are you doing dear? asked the
little gjri'ti mother, as sW paused to
'Jook at some very strange marks the
Vblld was making on a piece of paper
I'm writing a letter lo Lilllo Smith,
'Una (the answer, '
But my dear, laughed the mother,
yon  don't,  know  how  to  write
Oh, thai doesn't matter, mother,
kJlIle doesn't know how lo read.
!)0IH)S
K J fa N Et
-,v pius%
TO
'HI'S   Oi>   /'
fOe- a box er six boxes ror 52.50,
*t all dealenj, or The Oodds Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,
Canada.
I tell you, Kdgely, said Mr. Todd
as they sat In the park, the way women dress these days is absurd, And
nine limes out of ten It. Is tbe fault
of the men. Just for instance, take
that woman coming down the park.
Some fool husband has told her she
looks perfectly charming In that, outrageous get-up. lacking the stamina lo
come right out bluntly and tell her
that site looks positively ridiculous,
Since  this  remark,  Mr.   Todd  has
never been seen In public without his!
glasses.    The woman was Mrs. Todd
For. Frost Bites and Chilblains.���
Chilblains come from undue exposure
lo slush and cold and frose-lflte from
the Icy winds of winter. In the treatment of either there is no better preparation than Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil, as It counteracts the inflammation
and relieves the pain. The action of
the oil Is Instantaneous and Its application Is extremely simple.
MIN'ARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.
Gentlemen,���In July 1005 I was
thrown from a road maclnno, injuring
my hip and hack badly and was
obliged to use a crutch for 14 months.
In Sept. 1906 Mr. Wm. Outrldge of
Lachute urged me to try MINAKD'S
LINIMENT, which I did with the most
satisfactory results and to-day I am
as well as ever in my life.
Yours sincere! v,
his
MATTHEW x BA1XKS.
mark
A tall, austere man, who was evidently a stranger in those parts entered a church In a small town in
Maine. Ho took a seat In the rear
of the church and listened apparently
Interested for a short while. After
that he began to show nervousness.
Leaning over an old gentleman on his
right, evidently an old member of the
congregation, he whispered:
How long has lie been preaching?
Thirty-five years, I think, responded
the old man; but I don't know exactly.
I'll stay then, decided the stranger.
lie must be nearly finished.
A FRIENDS ADVICE
Something Worth Listening To
W.N.U.  9M
He   was  standing  near  one  of the!
stamp windows In the general post office,    Ills  face  was  flushed  and   hlsj
filatures distorted,  while    be    lugged i
with Ills tooth at a knot In his handkerchief.     When the knot gave way
11 friend, who had been watching the
unusual performance, stepped up and
asked: What was the knot, for���to remember something?
Yes, to have nty wife's umbrella
mended.
Did you have it done?
No; forgot the blamed thing in the
subway. But I remembered the knot
all right.
Ah Jack, old fellow. Haven't seen
5'0u since your wedding two years
ago.      How goes matrimony?
Very well, thanks. But, jove, it's
expensive comfort. The dressmaker
alone.     If I had known���
You would have remained single,
ah?
No. no. but I would have married
the dressmaker.
The oldest colleges still retain their
faculties. I
A young man was advised by a
friend to eat Grape-Nuts because he
was all run down from a spell of fever.
He lellu the stoTy.
"Last spring I had nn nttnek of
fever that left me In a very weak rendition. I bad to quit work; had no
appetite, was nervous and discouraged .
"A friend advised me to eat Grape-
Nuts, but I paid no attention to him
and kept getting worse as time went
by.
"I look many kinds nf medicine but
none of Lbeni seemed to help me. My
system was completely run down, my
blood got out of order from want, of
proper food, and several very large
bolls broke out on my neck. I was
so weak I could hardly walk.
"One day mother ordered some
Grape-Nuts and induced me to eat
some. I felt belter and that night
rested fine. As I continued to use
the food every day, I grew stronger
steadily and now have regained my
former good health. T would not he
without Grape-Nuts as I believe it is
the most health-giving fond In the
world." Name given by Canadian
Postum Co.. Windsor, Ont.
Bead tho book, "The Road to WeJl-
ville," in pkgs.      "There's a reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
,r. nxnuine. true, and full of human
Interest.
>ERFJECTIO]
Smokeless '
i?H- HEATEQ
Efficient.    Will heat a good sized rcv'\>-i
even in the coldest weather.
Economical.
Ornamental.
Burns nine hours on one
gallon of oil.
Nickel trimmings; plain
steel or   enameled  turquoise-blue drums.
Portable. Easily carried from room to
room; weighs only
eleven pounds; handle doesn't get hot
Doesn't Smoke
Doesn't Leak
Easily Cleaned
and Re-wicked
Inexpensive
Lasts for years
At Dealers Everywhere
THE IMPERIAL OIL CO vlPANY, Linvud
WINN'PfG ST. IOHN
MONTREAL TORONTO HALIFAX
ssssiFl
Whenever you see a well
gloved hand think of
PERRIN GLOVES
What He Gained
Mrs. Smlibh was grieved and disappointed at. Ihe conduct of her son
Robert, She called him Into her presence and questioned him freely as to
his latest enormity.
Mrs. Hayes tells me that you tied
a tin can to her dog's tall, she said.
Yes, mother.
What a shameful 'thing to do.
Yes, ma'am.
Do you know that the poor dog ran
away so far that he has never come
hack���that he probably ran himself to
death'.'
Yes, ma'am.
Oh. Robert. What did you gain
by such conduct?
I gained a dollar from Mr. Hayes.
THE BEST MEDICInFfOR YOUNG
CHILDREN
Mrs. Illderlc Roberge, Lac Ixmg.
Que., writes:���"I have used Baby's
Own Tablets for my baby who suffor-
ed from stomach trouble and vomiting, also from constipation and they
completely cured Mm. I can recommend them to all mothers as the very
best medicine for young children. The
Tablets are superior to all other lived-
ictlnes not only becuuse they promptly
cure stomach trouble, constipation,
colic, etc., but because they are guaranteed to be absolutely safe and free
from all harmful drugs. Sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 25 cents
a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co,, Brockville. Ont.
/>
name. -Jt& Mm/tA
DMOiA
OHEOVt���AU KINDS"
*^e0tssmmm
If. the CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, and BEST HOME
DYE, ona can buy���Why you don't aven have lo
know what KIND of Cloth yourCooda ar�� mada
ot...So Mi.rak.a aro Impo.alhlc.
Send lor Fraa Color Cant. Story Booklet, and
Booklet giving raaulta of Oyelng over other colore.
The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Montreal. Canada.
A little Irishman in a state of great
excitement and dlshubile ran into the
lobby of a hotel.
I want, a room, he said to the clerk,
aud I want It quick.
What, room do you want? inquired
the clerk politely?
I want 37.
But 37 Is already occupied���Mulligan has that room.
I know lie has, responded the little
Irishman. I'm Mulligan, and I just
fell out of the window.
Good for Evil
Young Master Billy Tubhs reached
home recently with his nose streaming gore.
Goodness gracious! exclaimed his
klndhearted mother. What ever
have you been doing?
Boo-hoo! roared William the non-
Conqueror. That boy Baggs hit my
nose 'cos I called him a bully!
There, there! cooed his mother, as
she restored the small countenance
to order. I'll give you something
nice to give little Baggs. That will
be returning good for evil.
Accordingly next morning Billy
started out with a wonderful plum-
cake for the warlike Tommy Baggs.
But dinner-time saw him appearing
In the distance with two lovely eyes
so black and swollen that It was difficult even to cry.
Willie, darling, what has happened?
asked the trembling mother, as she
drew his aching little head to her
heart.
Tommy Baggs���he���he, little Billy
gasped���he wants to know If you'll
send him a jam-tart this time.
Here is the recipe for making Wall
street oonsomme: Take a little common stock, and seven times as much
water���then catch your lamb. THE  COURTENAY   COURIER,   I'OUKTENAY,   B. C.
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' GHERRIES
They Saved  Her
From Herself
By  CLARISSA   MACKIE
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In April Miss Allien a I'lly looked at
the snowy bloom of her big cherry tree,
���nd sighed anxiously.
"It looks nn If there was going to lit
a sight of fruit ibis year If lite pesky
birds don't eat 'cm nil up." she suld to
herself. then iiloud she Maidenly
shrieked. "Here. ,\iui. boy, don'I you
dare touch tbem blossoms"
"I was only picking u few flowers,
ma'am." be apologized "I wanted
tbem fur my iiiuiiuiiii "
"Those are nol Dowers," returned
Miss Albertii severely, "Those would
tinve been cherries lu .Inly If you bud
left them alone. One. two. three-lira���
nine cherries you've picked off my tree,
young num."
The boy looked from her lined nml
careworn face to the fragrant snow of
blooms over his head. "There's plenty
more flowers, luu'iitn." he suld wistfully, eitending the crushed twigs he
beld. "hut I suppose you better take
these.   They're yours."
Miss Alberts snatched the blossoms
from his hand and tossed them toward
a little mound of wilted dandelion
roots she had been digging out of the
furf. "Hasn't your mother taught you
It's wicked to steal?" she demanded.
The boy winced, but lie squared his
���boulders and answered sturdily: "Of
course she's told me that, ma'am. It's
me���myself���that did It. She wouldn't
'prove of me doing It."
"Well, I should hope not," ejaculated
Alberta, with a fleeting glance toward,
the roof of tbe little blown house next
door.   "When did you move In. boy?"
"Yesterday," be answered, "aud ray
mamma's di'elfle tired today."
"What Is your name?"
"Duncan Pearly Bartlett. That's my
papa's name too."
April passed Into May ��� May Into
June���and then csine July, sultry and
hot. with the rich odor of overripe
fruits In Alberta's shrubby garden.
Taster than she could convert the berries Into caus of amber and ruby tinted preserves tbey ripened on tbe
bushes, nnd pirate robins swooped to
���natch titbits for the gaping mouths
tbat crowded tbe nests.
"Scat!" Albertii would cry, waving
her gingham apron at tbe feathered
robbers.
"Oh. twee���wee���weeeeee!" Ihe robins
would answer saucily as they dashed
���way, only to return later and repeat
tbe foray.
"Drat "em!" anil Alberta would
wblsk Indoors to rescue the scorching
���agar from the fire.
"If the cherries bad only waited a
little longer!" she groaned one hot day
as she looked from the kitchen window Into the branches of (lie cherry
tree, where the rich red fruit hung
lu thick clusters. "If I can only get
this currant Jell off my 'tands"-
"Do yon want a boy to pick cherries?" asked Duncan Bartlett from the
doorway, where he stood hat In hand
"My mamma says 1 can pick on shares
If yon want me to and I'm careful not
to fall."
Alberta looked at htm suspiciously.
He was seven .veal's old and small for
his age. but he was stroug aud wiry
and hud au open, chubby countenance
tbat made him look still younger. Be
wore a clean suit of overalls, and bis
brown feet were bare.
"I don't like to have my fruit picked
���n shares." she said sharply, "but I'll
tell you what you can try. You can
pick 'em on quarter shares. Out ot
���very four quarts you can have ou�� for
yourself."
"All right, ma'am." be said, wltb
���ome disappointment In his tone. "It
you'll civ* me a pall and a rope I'll begin now."
Albert* provided a pall and a rope
and a long ladder and watched tbe
���mall cbarry picker carefully climb the
rounds until be disappeared among tbe
green branches.
Just before noon Duncan appeared at
the door staggering under a pall of
luselons cherries. Per��pir��tton stream-
ad down his sunburned nose and cherries stained bis lips.
"How many you got there-eight
quarts? Well, you get two quarts out
of tbat." Alberta messured a scant
two quart* from the brimming pall
and dumped tbem In a - paper bag.
"Tou coming baek after dlnner7"
"If you want me to."
"Come along. Homebody's got to pick
���em. Well, 1 declare, you've been eating some!" She pointed ao accusing
finger at bis reddened lips.
buuean Bushed proudly. "1 only ate
���ome tbe birds bad pecked," be confessed.
"Be'* gritty." she murmured aa she
emptied the cherries Into a basket and
���vtt the pall outside the door.
Ity ti iii-liii-k Hum mi iitiu picket) HUT
quarts of cherries, nml A Iberia reluctantly parletl fnuu twelve quillis
II was after Mipiarr lhai r.llen Snlvely* face iippetired st Alberta's kitchen limit' "Voil all through your sniper'.'" she asked us she stepped within
snd pushed Hie Sllllboliuel hack from
her Sharp face
"Yen   sit down." Alliens pushed tbe
Huston rocker forward anil hung her
dish towel on ihe line at the buck tlmir
"I'm dead beat lli'i'tt entitling fruit till
day and uoi my cherries tn do tomorrow " Nhs sank breathlessly lute ���
chair.
���That nnrlletl hoy's making a good
thing out of you." remarked I'.iien
complacently "i bought twelve quarts
of cherries  from   him.  ami   the  little
rascal ehurgetl roe in cent* it quart for
em."
"fifteen cents s quart!" echoed Alberta lu dismay. "They told me down
to Ihe store they'd lake all I eoulil
spare   for   *   cents,    That   bn,��    must
have minis si.sn off iii> live That's
man's wages." Alliens wus becoming
Molted,
"M|s�� lireen only paid '.' cents a
quart in hnve Iters picked," suld Mrs
snivciy significantly, "nml site sold
Viii for I A, milking III cents u quart.
I thought It was loo hail he should be
making nil lite money off ynn, itiitl su
I ran in In tell you. I got to inn
��� long snd gel reil(l,V for prayer meet-
lug now    Vou coming?"
"Ity and by," groaned Alberta wearily. "I got to think tills cherry business out llrst. I feel's If tlmt buy hail
chetlled me I've n gcsnl mlntl to go
over there and make him give me
some of Hint money buck. 1 didn't
know that cherries was selling sn high
or I wouldn't have let hint pick on
shares."
"Even    f hares?"    demanded    Kllcn
Snivel?.
"Quarter sliares. And llmt*s��nnouicll.''
"Plenty enough," agreed Kllcn.
"I don't know ns I can gel down to
meeting, rjllen, but you might as well
take along my contribution to Unit
missionary vacation fund. I promised
in." said Alberta wltb conscious generosity. She brought tbe money nnd
placed It In a smnll envelope. "1 expect It's hard work for them missionaries to convert the heathen lo the
(iolden Rule." site sighed.
"Hiram says he should think tho
heathen would want a vacation instead of tlie missionaries." giggled Kl-
len Snlvely frivolously ss she pocketed the money.
"I'm sorry Illrnnt ain't a professing
Chrlstlnn-lt's a great comfort," observed Miss Ely primly ns I'.llen disappeared around tbe corner of tlie
house.
Half an hour later she returned from
a trip to the little brown house. She
had recovered SO cents of Duncan's
money and had amended her Icrgalu
by paying hint 2 cents a quart for tho
cherries he had picked and thus reduced his earnings to $1. She felt very
uncomfortable orer the matter also,
for once inside the modest brown cottage she found herself in refined surroundings. Mrs. Bartlett was a charming woman nod bad introduced her
husband. Dr. Bartlett. a whole smiled,
genial man. who Inwardly chuckled nt
bis little son's business venture, but
outwardly treated It with great seriousness and consideration, much to
Duncan's comfort.
Alberta Ely surmised that her new
neighbors were far front being In
straitened circumstances and bad merely sought the little cottage for a
Bummer's recreation In the valley.
Their simple courtesy put Alberta's
niggardly errand to shame, and her
cheeks (lushed hotly as she tossed the
money down on her kitchen table. "I
wish Ellen Snlvely had stayed at
home," she said impatiently. "I've
got to get all that fruit down cellar,
and It's dark now."
She lighted a lamp and set Ir down
In the cellar: then while the darkness
closed In snd the air grew more hot
and sultry every moment she tolled up
aud down the stairs, carrying basket
after bask't of the canned fruit she
had worked so hard to preserve At
last she carried the basket of cherrlee,
and balfway down the steep stairs she
stepped ou her skirt, tottered and then,
overbalanced by (he basket of fruit,
���be fell dowu the remaining steps,
twisting ber ankle badly as she did so.
For many dreadful moments Alberta
Ely lay there on her cellar tloor unable
to move ber foot, fangs of exquisite
pain stabbed her ankle to be succeeded
by bot burnings. She felt It swelling
within her shoe, and a. last she extrl-
eated herself from the rases of crushed
cherries snd assumed a sitting posture,
but It was Impossible to move farther.
Thunder roared and shook the housa
to Its foundations. The fermenting
Jars of 1007 cherries yielded to th*
heat and exploded with astounding report*. At last there came a hissing.
stilling dash of white light outside the
cellsr windows, follovcd by s deafening crash, succeeded by another crush
of splintering glass. Albertii Ely fainted from pain and fright.
When she regained oonsclonsneas sh*
was In her own sli'lng room, surrounded by Ibe entire Bartlett family.
Tbe doctor had skillfully bound her
Injured ankle, and his wife wus hold-
toe wet cloths to Alberta's brow. wbll*
lniiiciiu pr Ksert strong smelling hsiis
to in r thin none
"Your preserve shelves came down
Isst uly lit. aud It looks as I hough ynu'tl
lost nil your fruit." explained Mrs.
(tartlet! after awhile, "I'm afraid
lUal'H not ibe worst of It. Mix* Kly.
The lightning Sll'lICk your chcrrv Ire*
snd split li In iwn halves We saw It
mid came over We were afraid Hi*
boll might hnve entered Hie house"
Alberta Ely looked through tear tilled
eyes at I lie Hire* who were su cheerfully llllqlatel'lllg to Iter In spile of her
lueiiuiifSM regarding the ehei'i'les Unit.
��� iiii Intel picked. Something bard loosened from nliiiiit tier lieitn. and It must
have I ti  tlie covering of stinginess,
for It never appeared again Slut
reached out and en tight Duncan's chute-
by hand mill kissed It will trembling
tips, ami | be Burl let ts understood iliey
had tniole a new friend nnd smiled ut
each other
Nolle of them heard Alberts iCIy
whispering in herself "No missionary
ihiuIiI In lake a vacation mi long as
Kileu Snlvely and me csn act so un-
Christian," she lbought bitterly "Why,
(list IiihI had lo send n boll of lightning
to thru cherry tree to make me under-
staml soui* things''
CAHA1IAN JOCKEYX
Extrs BtitUns.
"II lake* stunt people .�� break all
rules regulating the number of buttons
ou s colli or wulsl tl." sunt Hie tailor
"Tbey can't follow the fashion; their
size won I lei litem
" Three button* on s coot this year.'
tailors' conventions may decree, or two
or four or Ave, or whatever uuniber
Ihey ihlnk proper, hill the man wllh
a llgure thai Is cnnslnillly trying lo
escape Its environment does nol car*
Shout conventions, What he wants is
buttons enough to keep Ills clothes In
simps.
"'I'lll 'em closer together.' be says,
'so tbe strain won't all come on two
or three billions.'
"So we put litem closer together,
and tlie result ts that stout people frequently have twice as many buttons
on their clothes as fashion calls tor."
���New Vork Time*.
Spek* For Twenty-six Hours.
A bill was pending In the legislature
of British Columbia which. If pussed,
would drive many settlers from their
lands. The legislature was within a
day and a half of Its liual adjournment, aud the vote was about to he
taken. At tbls Juncture Mr. De Cosmos, a member, rose to address the)
body. It was 10 o'clock In the morning, and tlie members thought he
would liulsh lu an hour or two. Next
morning when the sun flooded the ball
wllh tbe llg'.it of day the orator was
still, without faltering, pouring forth
his torrent of words. As the clock
struck 12 tbe limit prescribed by law
for the session arrived,'and the legislature stood adjourned sine die. De
Cosmos stopped lu the middle of a
sentence and fell fainting in his seat.
He bud spoken, standing on his feet.
for twenty-six hours! His eyes were
bleared and red. nnd his lips were
cracked and running blood. He was
nearly dead, but he had prevented the
bill from brcewlmr law.
The Polltlclan-What Is Ihe next
question to bring before the American
people'/ The Voter-They have had
questions enough. What tbey want la
s few answers.���Puck.
Incompatibility.
"My husband and I ar* very Incompatible."
"On what subject do you disagree?"
"Wei., he doesn't believe in debt"���
M  Louis 1 n��t Dispatch.
A Sad Cat*.
Old Lady How long does tbls train
wait here, porter?
Porter���Two lo two to two two,
ma'am.
Did Lady-Poor fellow! He fancle*
he'* the whistle.���Penny Pictorial.
*l,t Dominion Hat Produced Somt *t
the Grtatttl.
C��n��ila. now nut only holds a prominent position in the thoroughbred
"Racing World." but list lor many
vests past liirnislieil some ol Hie belt
riders that America ha* ever known.
When one takes a look Into ancient
historv ol racing and the lockeyt'wll >
piloted to victory the horses i't stake
events on foreign ami nur uwn track*,
the names ul Canadian-bum riders are .
t .mil among Ibe foremost. A sens*
ol wonder is aometiine* uppermost **
to what has hecnnic or befallen these
riders who have earned laurels and
helped to make turf history, Ma'.'.v
have long since retired in in the racing world and are IIUW earning s liv-
liliotsl in some other busbies* wWlej
others have remained trim to their
llrst love, and although they have lung
since become ton heavy ur t Id I"
de duty iu tbe laddie, Iliey have
started tn as traltieril, M'liy nf these
have met with marked success while
others have struck the trail u! failure,
P��W knew when watching .1 itinny
Biiltwell   ride   Ills   inoiltlU   tn  vtctoty
at the spring meeting at Blue Bonnet-
that lie  was a Canadian burn and
bred.   Butlwell is one ol tlie moll sue- ,
cessful   of  th)   present  age.   ami   although  In' i��  nearly  thirty  years  of
age  lias  a  future  ahead of him  yet.
He was born in Toronto,
Another Canadian boy v ho is riding
iu goisl form at Hie present lime ll
Me.rioe Bell. This boy is snotl ��� r Toronto product, and was developed under the guidance of Hugh fanny, who,
��t one time lei! the big riders, and
is now perhaps equally successful as
trainer.
Probably   the   greatest   rider   that
Canada  ever  produced   was  Johnny
Martin,  who was  born in  Hamilton, |
Out.   He led the list ol winning rid- j
ers lor two years in  Sew  York, in
the  palmy   days   of   the   "Spirt of
Kings" in thai state, and won many ,
ol tiie greatest ol the ieattire events.
Martin during his riding career, earn- I
ed a small fortune, and retired with
nearly  $20-1,000 to his credit  in  real
estate and other securities.
After  retiring,  lie  returned  to  his j
native town  and established  a  home.
lor his mother.   Martin Hist learned
tn  ride  with  the   Hendrie  stable   at;
Hamilton, and bore the colors of soma
o' the greatest owners on this contin-1
ont. j
Al Kerniak was another who rapidly
climbed tbe ladder of success. Frank
Kitlleman whose name is well known
to the old followers ol the turf In
Canada, held the first contract on tills
lad. He quickly developed him and
Uak him to'New York where a big
prir-c was paid for his contract, Kerniak made able use of his time, and
when about twenty-three years of age,
retired a wealthy boy. He was born
at- Woodstock, Ontario, whence he returned, purchasing a stock farm, and
daily added to 1 is earning-. He was
worth something over J100.000 on retiring.
Perhaps   the   greatest   steeplechase
rider  ever  known',   was   a  Cm adian
by  birth,  it being no  less Jban  tlie
oicc famous Nat Ray.   He first learn-j
ed   to   ride   horses   around   Toronto j
which was his birthplace, and a*       .
was too heavy to ride on the flat i >ok
to steeplcehasing.   He was for several
year* paid a fabulous sum by Thomas |
Hitchcock, who at one time owned the
best of the "leppers" on this continent.
Ray won all the stakes offered through
the Held for jumpers, and after lead-
ing the riders of America for several
seasons,  retired to take charge ol a I
string of his own.   He met with sue- i
cess, and carried it on lor one or two
years, after which, lie retired from the
thoroughbred world and took to the
harness horse.   During his riding ca- j
reer he gathered a fortune which he
added to by real estate investments in
Toronto.
Jimmy Walsh, wbo was born in Toronto, lirst cam* into prominence as a j
rider, when he won the King's plate!
at, Toronto.   From that on he climbed
Up rapidly, and for a long time wa*
the   leading  rider  on  tbe   Canadian'
tracks.
AnotheT good steeplechase rider was i
Willi* G. Wilson, who was born in Toronto, ��nd first learned to ride in a
show rinfc riding the horses ol Pep-
per and Moorehouse, under the guidance of Tim Blong, who had charge
ol t... stable. Wilson then drilled into tbe racing game and for several
years owned * string of hi* own. He
rode all of his own horses aud met
with marked success.
PAINTS UNDER WATER
VOUNG   IRISHMAN   IS   CREATING!
AN  ARTISTIC FURORE.
MMMMMMMMt**��*��**MMMMMMMMMM&
J The Limit of Foslithntta. J
ft     There Is no fool like an old fool J
J  who Is trying to act like a young $
��  fool.���Chicago Record-Herald. *
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Th* Lav* That Dy*t.
She ��� Would you love me better,
Latest, If my bair were a different
color?
He-Well. 1 don't know, darling.
What other colors have youV���Sketch.
think   tbt
Circumstantial.
Garslde��� Why   do   you
Fletchers are vegetarians?
Woodslde-Their little dog slway*
comes orer to our bouse at metlUtae.
- Newark New*
Cupid'* Retail.
"Father, wbat do you tbluk of the
recall?"
"Well, my dear. I hardly know.
Borne people think It Is dangerous, But
why do yon ask?"
"I sent Kerdy away list night, and
now I'm wiry."���8L Louis Post-Dispatch.
Prof.
Drummer (In winei���Have you tasted
that sample of wine I left with you,
madam?
Madam-No. I haven't: h��t t don't
thit,'.- It can be any great shakes, for
It's been here three days snd the servants bsv* barely touched is���Pel*
Uele. 	
Husband���So long aa yon went
around to the polls to vote why didn't
yon do It?
Enfranchised Wife - Another lady
wus using the voting liootU.~l.lfe.
Walter Howiion Prltchard Find. Un
dreamed of Colon and Formi Un.
der the Surface of the Ocean and
Hat Receivsd Great Praite���Sarah
Btrnhart ~ave Him Twenty Pound*
to Hslp His Drtam Ccmt Trut.
The very newest thing in art is th*
?dinting of pictures order tlie sea.
hit is Impressionism with a ven,
TOgtlce, The artist li Walter H<>wi��nn
Prltchard, sn Irishman who has ile.
vel'ipe.l s specialised style "I painting
sttil sketching that slum' make bint
S'i'rlil taiiinna.
Several years sun he conceived the
Ideii nf painting under water, lie bad
painted ul the hnttiiiu id a shallow sea
in   bis   \ Hi.   and.   being \ an   srtie\
burn, readily recalled Un wonderful
tints Unit are Impossible tn 'litHtn op
lend, lie sketched his "dream" land,
hut it  was not real.    Friend, help un
his pictures for praise and lbs wor1'!
laiii'lted ,il llicin. H�� decided that lie
won].I stop lb-! laughing. Il�� would
prepare so outfit, and, descending to.
H'   bottom ol the >ea. would wi ik th*
picture in ml In its nwn atmosphere,
with all its glorious Colo. Slid mystts
est tone.
Hut he wanted mnrey, He v "tit tn
I. iiuliin and offered some tl hit
sketches lor sale. Tliey were rejected.
He had little money, but. a lover '
art sml poetry, he spent alui"-t hi��
last shilling tn ��ep Bernhardt, Ha wat
twenty-four years old then, bui vet *
hoy. He saw the great Bernhardt,
lint was level-headed, H* criticised
her gown. He said aloud tn mart)
young men in Hie foyer, "That co*.
tunic is supposed i" Iki that "t i le*
sol cress; it. is lurking in detail I
will see Bernhardt! "he will listen to
ine: I will suggest!"
His associates laughed *r this pf1-
eiiininc young Irishman, whn with
threadbare mat would se* the divtn*
Sarah 'ii her dressing room Thev
followed him tu the stale dot r H*
was rein ..ed. but insistence gsn ������ i th��
d y, ami tlie actress called hiltl m.
T'i 'e she stmsl. with threw gre it, pmf
mirrors about Iter.
Tlie   young   man   t'   k   one   nt   his
cards and  made a lew  rapid strofcets.
1 i! allowed it to Ilie actress.   H" U'lt-
ed  swiftly, snoothly. aud  in  twenty
minutes  she  was  with   him  in   -enti-
iiient.    She  accepted   hU  ���uigottim*
��� id    presented     him     with     twenty
pounds,   He was wild w'th dsl ght
j    "1  know yiu are  a d- i inc. nnd t
| kt.ow that ''rerun' come true.   Did n tt
n.y   baby  and  I   live 'for  months  '��������
' milk slone when 1 wa* a youtnf inct.li-
| er in Parisf   I know how hard it is tn
get   along,   and   I   believe   y n   havs
genius!" llec'ared the sdre.".   Ind jn
later,  when  he  made  the  Brst  irrest
pain,ing ol the depth  i f the  I'nciriir.
Bernhardt bought  it  ami.  naturally,
pri/.es it very much.
While he descends tn the bottom ot
the sea and paints directl.- [mm n��-
t'lra in tbat wonderful quivering ter.
ritorv ot light ��nd shade hU preparations sre eminently practical. He has
a huge iron easel, a large piece ol
heavy plate glass, double elephant
dinwing paper soaked in cocoa "ii and
placed en the glass with surgeon's
tape, solid colors in a glass ho*.
Willi these he deseends. Sareha'trfed,
nit with body enveloped In the usual
diving suit. He first tits the iv % tn
his face by holding the wooden edr��
in ds teeth and swim, downwards and
along, all the while looking Un his
sketching ground. When he locates if,
he arises to the surface and dot - hi*
tv.Hit. He descends and Ins p,ir.it;her-
nslia is lowered to him. ^td th
sit. and dabbles in the colors
iro.i palette.
.Ie uses his tliuniti-nai: in working
up his "sketch"; brushes could t "t be
used. The oil pHper combine* with
the pigment and the water lis- iittl*
effect on it. He sends 'i tn the surface in tine slia|s- and Inter Works it
out in detail in his studio. He *Uys
on the sen bottom but Forty-five ruin-
u.is st ft time, but lie now is working
on plans to eoonruct a large diving
C-ge, made entirely of giai-< aid steel.
in which he ami his pupils msv s:��.
arid sketch t   their hearts' content.
I'ritchard h s made It's be-t work
in Tahiti, but ol late h lia�� found
some splendid material off toe coa��,
if Santa Barbara. He Ulei to go
down st low tide, as there seem* to h��
less disturbance in the sea. thus mak.
ing it easier to work, and to see th*
colors more distinctly.
One picture shows i variety o* fish
'seldom seen, the tins rtusing the fis'i
t'i resemble huge butterflies. This
painting was made beneath the water
in a "sub-marine grove" on tbe south
coast of Kngland. Another painting
shows a wonderful grove, witli what
are claimed to lie some splendid typet
of the chatadon. a ftsh that makes its
home among polyps and corals. This
was painted under the wtters o* Tv
bili.
Their Hottl Lift.
Friend���(liven up housekeeping snd
f:one t-i a hotel, eiir Hew do you Ilk*
u.tel  lite.
MoTiff���First rate. Never was so
happy In my lite.
Friend-Indeed '. And how doe* yoni
w.le like It-
McTiff���First clsss.
Friend���Where are vou staving?
McTiff-l'nVal the 8t Charles. *n4
the': st the St. James.
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COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $i   ;i::d  Upwards   Received   arid   Interest
Allowed at Current Rates
DRAFTS ISSUF.r
on All the Principal Towns in  Canada,
States and 1  iro] e
tlie  United
VANCOUVER   NOTES
WM. H. HOFF
MANAGER
The Courtenay Review
Ami Coniox Valley Advocate
A [Weekly   Newspaper,   Published  at
Courtenay, II, C.
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Subscription II ���'" per year In Advance
TIIUh'SUAY, JANUARY 5
PEN froiNTEliS
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What is pronounced by the provincial timber inspector, Mr, McKay, tu be tlie biggest stick of
squared timber in the world will be
utilized by the Provincial Government for the purpose of a flag staff
in be erected on the plot in front of
tin.' court house on Georgia street,
Vancouver. The stick is 2D4 feet
in length,
Our Sandwick correspondent scut
along for our issue of Dee. loth a
batch of news including the report
of the " shower " given in honor of
Miss McPhee I now .Mrs. C. Callin)
at Hllersleigh grange. By the
most regrettable oversight the editor
overlooked the " copy " and we
tender our apology ' to , the good
people of Sandwick and to the
correspondent for seeming to ignore
the important little centre and its
news.
Is tin automobile a vehicle? That
is the question prompted by Ihe
paragraph in the "Review " of Dec
19th with reference to courtenay
bridge, Judging by the vibration
caused by an auto crossing tit urate
equal to that of a horse-drawn vehicle at top speed, causing the old
bones of the structure to groan, it
is just .is essential for the motor oar
to take the bridge slowly us it is for
any oilier conveyance. The regulation should be enforced equally,
aud the s| ceil of eats in Cotirteiiny
calls for special attention if the
claims Of p destriau, cyclist and
driver to the public rond is to be
allowed, it is always easy to discern when a gentleman is driving a
car. The gentleman driver allows
the claim of oilier people to lit;
road, lie slows down when passing
through ltiiiil if passers by are
HkcIv to Ik splashed, he is ready to
assist the drivers of horse-drawn
vehicles and in every way is a Gentleman,    cum.
te. now under construction at tlie corner
ul I'cltilcr mid Uiiiraril streets, at a total
I'ust ut (1,000,000, will be ready for occupancy mi August I, mi 1.
A site, costing $1,000 on Homer street
has just been bought by the Charles
I'nwcett t'"., Limited, ol Sackville,
N. 11., stove manufacturers, A three-
storey warehouse now standing on the
site will be used temporarily.
The C, I'. 1.'.. has just sold a tract of
hunt In the southern pari ol Vancouver
in nn Investment 1 ut n   tun   ip-
proximnting $750,011 lend    ti
value of $2,000,000 will be  erected  dui
ing 1913 and subsequent years,
The government dmi. >���, "Mastailnu"
has beun. commissioned to retuovi hP
I'nritiin shoal, Increasing the deptlt il
the entrance to Vancouver harbor Irotu
tweiity-otH tn tlilrtv feet, This iiu-
priivciucut will greatly benefit deep-sen
B hipping,
That Canada now occupies a position
of pre-eminence ns n field for the profitable investment ul llrltisll cnpllal, is the
stiiteineiit ul Mr, A, 1,nihil, 11 prominent
laniiliiii financier. Mr. Ooltiu, who bus
just arrived in Vancouver from Austrail-
in, is making a tour of Cauailn mi bis
way home,
The Canadian Northern Hallway has
promised the Vancouver eitv council to
make this its home port autl l" establish
a line ol steamships on the Pacific before
I9J0.
Thai California cattle kin.es have their
eyes mi the Canadian West, is the state-
1 in-111 made In Vancouver to tiny by K.
ii. Morrison, ol Sun Prnnclsco, who is in
the market to secure inn,mm acres of
grafting land. The tracts will probably
be located near ltd 111 on ton.
Tin- Department "I Public Works bus
authorized tt survey ol Seymour Narrows
in ascertain the feasibility "I eoiistruet-
ine ii bridge from the Mainland in Vancouver Island,
A herd of elk ure new being secured
in Wyoming for Strathcona Park, the
new ii. 0. Wonderland ou Vancouver
Island.
ILOGGIE BRO
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Supplies,  etc.
Sole Agents in Courtenay for Tailored Suits, tailored by The Art
Tailoring Co., Ltd.
Prices Right,  Fit and  Workmanship Guaranteed
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE
Cor. Fechner Block,   Courtenay
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Mr. Andrew Carnegie liasal Inst
reached tlie point where lie js going
to fulfil bis long expressed wish
inn] " die poor*" She Carnegie
Corporation lias been made his residuary legatee and will carry on liis
educational nnd charitable work,
and he has decided to let this corporation handle all his vast estate
with the exception of the small
amount of $25,000,000, which will
lie disposed of under  his will.     He
declares that be is hippy In getting
it off his mind, nnd no doubt lie is.
And while, probably, tlie most of
Us do not think it for tile public
good that one man should be able
to accumulate and control sttelt an
immense fortune, yet it cannol be
denied that Mr. Carnegie lias aimed, according to bis light, to do the
most good with ins money, and be
has realized as few others in his
position seem to have done, that he
held his vast wealth in trust for his
fellows. I lis latest proposition,
however, that of pensioning tlteex-
presidents of the United States, has
not met with much favor. - Some
bave looked upon it almost as an
insult to the Republic, and it is
likely that ii will be recalled. Mr.
Carnegie himself vas probably not
personally responsible for ibis
rather impolitic offer.
Campbell River Notes
The masquerade bail on Dee. 27
was a grand success. Ov.r 80
ct ttples joined in tripping the
" light fantastic" till 6 in the
morning. Costumes of all designs
arid color were gathered there, from j
tlie hobo to the prince,
The cry of " lire" broke the
stillness of the of the night ou Tuesday evening about 8 o'clock, The
lire department turned out and
found that the blaze was in a line.
No damage was done except that
Mr, C. Timlin got hit on tbe leg
by the fire apparatus���not serious.
Mr. F. I). Cameron, of Cameron
& Allan left Saturday morning for
Victoria and Vancouver ou a business trip,
The   Best   that  Money can
Buy, in Watchas, Clocks
aud Jewellery, at
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Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
A Large Listing of Cleared and
Bush Lands. Ranches, Bungalows and Town Lots
Union St.        Courtenay, B. C.
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A sad shootingacciderit occurred
at Union Bay on Saturday, when
George Muschamp, son of Robert
Muscbamp was badly wounded in
the leg whe|i one of his companions
slipped while walidug on a log,
his gun going off, and the charge
entering his thigh. lie is now at
the Cumberland   hospital in a very
low condition.
BYRNE BROS.
Manufacturers nf
Migll-Grudc Havana Cigars.  '
and "Oak Brand"
'Mima
I'or Sale ul All lintels
619 Johnson St. Victoria
.w,���Y'S
Watchmaker and  Jeweller
COURTENAY, 3. C.
Inspection Invited
THE
COMOX BAY
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British Columbia Iijyestnjents
LIMITED
Vancouver Island Farms and Acreage Specialists
COURTENAY, V. I., B, C.
Our listings together with the 4,000 acres we have actually
bought in the Comox District consisting of cleared and
uncleared farms, sea and river frontage, enables us to give
intending buyers a good choice.
Courtenay lots on the main Union Road and abutting right
on the new station when built, also Royston sub-division
acreages and Jots are just [now good buys in view of a wharf
being assured.
Come in and See Us Before Prices Advance
Telephone 36
Dry   Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes
I Corner Store
Groceries, Dry Goods, etc.
Special Attention Paid to
Delivery
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Sandwick
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General Merchant
F. PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTKXAV, B. C.
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Comox, B, C.
First-class" Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
H. Cottingtou, Prop.
Have You  Pictures   to   Frame ?
I have just opened up the finest line of Mouldings, Maiiiu.es.   etc
that was ever sin,uit in the Co x Vttllev, and by  bringing  vuiir   pictures in at your lirst opportunity vou can profit by having tt full   line to
select front.
t make frames to fit your pictures and do not cut your pictures to
fit reaih -iiiuile frames us a great many fniiners do.
You can get your pictures at any time to suit yonr convenience
anil if you me not satisfied with both the material and workmoiiship
when you come for tliem, you are under no obligations to lake them
I also do Cabinet and sign making in all their brandies, ami if vou
Have anything in these lines, l will be pleased tn submit sketches and
prices.
J.   SUTTON
In tin; buildiiiK recently occupied as MoPhoo & Morrison's Store-
FRONT STREET COURTENAY, B. C.
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Comox, li. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
^Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,   Prop.
Basement Willard lilock
I/Oggers Hoots and "Shoes Made
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Repairing Neatly and Promptly  Done
DENCY SMITH
Milliner and Costumier
Wedding and Mourning Orders
Given Prompt Attention
Union St.
COURTENAY 3
A. B. CRAWFORD
Wholesale Dealer in Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
at Lowest Market Prices, Brick, Lime and Cement
Just Arrived, Car Load Extra No. 1 Oats $33 per ton
Agent for De Laval Cream Sepcrators, "The World's Standard"
COURTENAY
FARMERS!     '
Vtiu ran never Tell when Sickness or an Aeeident limy come
Insure Against Both in  Vow  Home Company,   Vou will
uevei miss $1.90 per lunntli for a $50 monthly Benefit
HARDY & BISCOE
SOLE AGENTS
COMOX
Recitation, Dick Downey
Soug, Eventide, by Owen Smith,
  Song, Hurry I,under, Wilfred i\ oore
Divine service will be held in the Choriw by bcIiooI, hat Away.
Church of Kugland, ou the  fourth ^citation, John Fraser.
Sunday ot every mouth.    Rev, Mr,   laWeau,    lie Greedy Boy,      ..
Vey will be ihe ofnciatlug   clergy- Song, Peelc-a-boo, Marion .Smith,
man 'raln "ketch,
1 Recitation, Winnie Hall,
The new post office is nearly com-, j^ob|u 80ng| )iv little ones.
pletefd, and it is expected   will   be Tambourine Drill, by twelve girls,
ready for occupancy m a lew week-. SoUg| ^he Gipsy's Warning
The following letter received'froin Song| 0M yearBegone, M. Harlow
the P. 0. Inspector will   be  good !lEind M, Hornal.
new to the residents of Comox.      |Sword drill and'souk, by t6 boys.
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a Merry Christmas and a Happy
and  Prosperous Mew Year
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\V. R. Rohb Esq, J. 1'.
Comox, I'.. C
Dear Sir,-
IA Welcome lo  Santa,   by   Comox
I school.
I Song, Annie Laurie, nnd Highland
I Fling, by   Gilbert   Grant, Wilfred
I am in receipt of your letter   of Moore, James Curlhew and   Willie
the 14th instnnt, asking ou   behalf Mackenzie,
of the people of Comox that   duti- Clod Save the King
able packages by mail addressed to1    ,, ., ,, ., .,
~     '      . 1. ,    , ii,,i.'    Horn���At Comox ou Friday
Comox might be forwarded to that     ���,.,,,        , .,     ,-. ,,
,       ,      ".,    ,���        ,. ,  , ,     ,   20th 111st. to Mr. and Mrs. Holes
place for collection 0 duty  instead '    ,      , ,
,��� 1  ��� ,   n ' i-    11  t a daughter,
ol being sent to Cottrtefiay lor that
purpose,    r will bring  tlie matter1    Postmaster   Pierey's    daughter
at ouce to the notice of the Depart- \ who lias been atteudiug   school  in
nieiit and will recommend that the Vancouver, isspendiug the holidays
change be made. I with him here.
If this is approved the necessary
���^tr>^~e x>*^r* ^,.m ��^.t?ki ^n*-.* rf.-.m-v^ ������ *>?.���> *>.��ts,8��es.a��akS "������^f.' r- .e..*.
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Your Estato
instructions will be issued   to  the
Postmasters concerned.
A Pole living with C.   Conuich,
at HalfWay House, cut his   throat
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Wishing you the compliments of with a razor on Tuesday, while  in
a lit of despondency,
Yours truly, ���
].,..][M.Kir.iHR,    Jhe   Comox   Barber   Shop
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P, (),   Inspector.
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Lay Up Money for Old A.ge.
Delay will Cost  You
Hard Cash
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The Manufacturers' Life can
Supply Every Kind
of a Policy
Comox Co-Operative Society
Butchers
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Mr. and Mrs. C. A.   Martin,   o^|Notlaiug   But   First   Class   Work
the Elk Hotel, left for  Vancouver |Guaranteed
and Seattle, ou Sunday ?   boat   to
spend the New Year holiday.
The Xmas concert held in the
hall last week was a grand success.
The school children of Comox and
Nob Hill were instructed by   their
teachers,  Miss   Wilson   and   Miss
Whyte, who deserve a great deal of
cretlit, for the pains they   look   to
make   the   entertainment  such   a
success, which was enjoyed by the
large number present.    Two numbers on the programme which  deserve special mention were,   song,
Eventide, by Gwen Smith,   a child
only four years of age, aud   Harry
Lauder,  by Wilfred   Moore,    hollowing is tlie program���
Oh, Canada, Opening song byschool
Recitation, Ned Davis.
Sketch, First day at School.
Fan Drill, Nob Hill school.
Mother Goose Drill, by little ones.
Recitation, Mack Grant.
Dialogue, Tom Moore and   Marion
Smith.
Son;.',, When you and I were young
by Clara Millett .and Irene   Moore.
Recitation, Margaret Hornal.
Solo and chorus, The Holy Citv.
Baths in connection
C. E.' DALRYMPLE, Prop.
Wood! Wood!
Wood!
Now is the Time to Think of
this Burning Question
Tlie Courtenay Wood Supply
Co.,   can   Execute Your
Orders Promptly
Do   not   Delay   Getting    in
Your   Winter's   Supply,
but at once communicate with
A. Grieve
Phone 36
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Insurance in Force $70,000,000
Assets Over $15,000,000
(Make Application to
C. E. DalrympSe
District Agent
COURTENAY,   B. C.
Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
O. II. FECHNER, Prop.
For the Children as well as for Yourself by Set ing my N   9
Shipment of Dolls, Toys, etc.    I  Have One of the Finest
Selections in this District.   It will   Pay  You  to See
Them before Purchasing Elsewhere
To the Person  Guessing  Ac
Train, in tlie window, Tr
i.ely  the  exact (list
I', in One Hour ami Fifteen XI
52 Piece Dinner Set, value J$l 8 50
Guessing  Accurately  the  exact ilislun'c
e window, Travi !������ in due Hour anil I'ii'i
One Earrell of the Best Flour
ng tin- Largest Number "I Cash
,111 I lee. niher fourteen tn Tv.en
Conct-tions of Guessing
Tn tlie Person Holding the Lnrgest Number "I Cash  Ticl 1'
Cash Register, from December fourteen to Twenty-four, iuclusi    ]
For Every Dollar's Worth of Goods Purchased in this I
Cretlit, from Decembei Fourteen to Twenty-four, in ...
Untitles Purchaser to One Guess
W. G. McKEAN
Telephone 6 Courtenay  B. C.
BLACKSMITHING
Horseshoeing and General
Repairing of all kinds
J.  W.   MacKenzie Jr., Courtenay
POOL ROOM
CIGARS, TOBACCOS and PIPES
CONFECTIONERY, SOFT '
DRINKS AND FRUITS
NOTIONS OF ALL, KINDS
E. SWAN, Prop.
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room |���
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
j. POTTER, Proprietor
PERCY   WINCH
GRAND  DUKE  CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
First-class Bi 1 Hard |The Courten ai    lotel
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proproprictors
Every Convenience for Guests
Tlie Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BEST WINES and
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,      Prop,
- The Victoria tramway carried I Next spring 20,000 fruit trees
50,282 passengers on Tuesday '; will be planted on the old Hunt
December 24, thus establishing a ranch, a few miles south .of Oro-
record. [ vl''��'
J THE   COURTENAY   COURIER,   COURTENAY,   B, C.
i/.lltloiis of Matehti
Fifty   years   iik'1   fOWt   (ttandllutlli ���
bouflti match on Hod up in buntitn
They wore   t'hl��k   wooden   ma i m
with Btronu-HmellttiK Hiilplnir hsnuli
Muni ot ilii'se intiii'lf'.s your lU'tUltl'
fiiiiiiT bought unit mi I en', I'uiij niul
Himt'lntey, cuttle lull a III tie i-li tl
close In Cllolll* -iti't'.
Thiri', wllh ;t lew willing lltl ul - W
holp   liltii.   a   gumuol   John   Mi"i'l.inl
turned out mtiiuhMi which, (iUIioukIi
iin. liesl of tin ir tlmi. wm t vol') etude
bikings compared wl ii tin' milt Iioxbi
of miitchos you buy loihiy
Hut Morolan l li.nl rt nllsod ti'tu In
niale'ii'x  will)  to  b     limn I 11  I irtlltto,
lie tli !��� vii .ell tlmi Mi I'olund'a match-
rs should lie f.itiiuiii.
Today In ii'ine ol unit llttln Blind
nuid almost mi live ran o mint tin re
standi a inn!" fticti iy tlmi nniii out
Moi'oIiuhI'h "Unitlnntl's Olory." ninitolv
is nt tlie rata of twi lie million nn
hour.
'I br inii'i'li niil'liiR inntv'ilno i�� rnnl-
Iy lb" lii'it word In machine, v. After
fie iiii'ti'iui , r ilmbor Itnvo iii'i'tt mil
tt|l     IfltO     -tlliUI".     Ill"     lllil"llllll'     l.'lli. I.
itii'tn holds thorn lu th" n""|i' r position ,ni'tl dips them in paraffin,
\fiiT thiil it just mil" Lin Ir hernia
Into ti" e imnosHlon of wlili h the
ln'1,1 .'t ti mutch la in iilf. iiHeH tlit'iii,
ii ml drops i'"' llplshnd irittniioB, ready
pounted, Into hovos watting in receive
tib i m.
wsiit!" n single hour of the arrival
of lop of tlmi'i" from tit" wharf they
me "ut up nnd converted Into mntchoa
ready for tho buay housewife or tho
Hiiiokt r.
To walk, over th" factory, which
novwa seven tiers* and In being on-
lar'i'il, tnltns ov> r an bonr.
"Engbutd's fllory" mnttflie* are
known everywhere, aa lire John Hull
m-i'i"li"s. another product of More-
bull's ii'iiiiiitn.! energy and foresight
fifty years ago,
V.'iiritc���!-- A tioriiT in! man of all
work. So run the ndverMneinnnt Mia'
ntnn.n,-it��i from tho hoolt.��el|er, arid
rm-'ni.' tlie nnnllcnnta wus ti utitrdv
IrliHitnnn, Rifted with mors numole
than book learning,
Jl" stfoll'd slowly Into tho shop and
trazril round rather uncertainly, Then
lie espied a largo no'lco siiBpended
from tit" topmost siii'if.
tiii'ki'iis' worlis, nil this week for 10
mlvllllngs,
Th" nnnouncemonl nl onoe arouse'1
i1'" miliar sharp temper of the son of
Erin.
01 niine here after this Job, he remarked to the .boolt-sellnr, but OI'v��
elinngrnl me mind, Dickon") enn work
all the n-i'ci' fn" "i"i"i"t hob If he
Inlltes, but I'm Ivingwl If Ol'm going
to,    Yo'b betitor Itupe Dickens,
EXCHANGES
I'.n't ItoitKC Winnipeg, a eli'tir titled loti and umiii UAth for wlltl or
Improvotl Quarter or half soet.lon of weitern Intnl.
.;�� Hone Power nutoniobllo ami some clear title lots unit oaali fur
good Improved half aectlon.
3 fully modern houiea oeatntlly situated in Winnipeg well rented for
weateru land
Write os fi'V lut nl oholoe Winnipeg Investments, also tor booklet
en fortunes made In Winnipeg real estate which win Interest yon.
SCOTT, HILL a\   CO..
22 Canada Life Building.        Winnipeg.  Man
Getting Along No Cnanir
Sptatts    Mtr.M  KUIer, ik much Older      Anil  what Is your occupation? ask
than 1 thought, ed the Insurance agent,
Hunker   Impossible, '    I'm u woodman,    During the hunt'
Kpiitts    Well,   I   asked  In.'  If  she ] Ing season Benson I act iih guide
liuil read Aesop's Fables and she Httliti     l>h, I'm sorry,    but    m.v    comp.utv
she read  then  when  I hey  lira: came
out.
Unique
Wiseman   I soe an Ohio man has
won't write u policy lu your china.
why not? Surely I'm a good rlilc.
My dear sir, you're not a risk. JtOU'tl
it certainly.
.          Query���la   u   bride   Belf-posBPPsH
gone Insane innn reading Uio Oongroa-i after her father giver, her away?
I BlOlial l.i'cnrd. 	
;   Ojulcus- -So?  Well, he   ims   won     Yon'can always get a lot for your
1 dlsll n't',in In a field Hint never bel'ori    money If you patronise a real elUUt
| ims hell nut hope to any ambition,    | dealer,
Reports from tho west slate that
groat excitement reigns til Kltselas on
the lime of Lite Orjutd 'Crunk Pacific
t'ti llrltls'i Columbia ever Hell limls of
froe milling gold bearing ore that have
lately been discovered, Tint this is
th<�� real living says tho report. If rs-
tabttebed beyond doubt; assays mude
recently haw run ns high as $700 to
the ton and quantities of the ore are
lo lie foiiml within u short distance of
tlie railroad. So far no great amount
of work has bee done ami II is I"1-
protiiihle thai active opr-mtlons ��� will
commence before the spring, XiiiiiIrts
of claims have boon staked, however
and tvi'' company thinks ihal with tho
railway facilities tit haul they may he
able to make a trial shipment In ill"
Immediate future.
As a girl grows older she become",
wincr and quits wearing s.o many plus
In the vicinity of her waist Hue.
BABY LOVES
HIS BATH
MONUMCNT TCI WOMAN  PIONEER]
Farm  Women  Will   Erect  a    Fitting
Memorial lo Her Who Biased the
W.-iy  :o tlie  Golden  West
At the si coiiil annual session of the,
in.i t:ia',iot,',il ('oii'i'.t'i'-s ot Farm Wo>
no",,   n< hi  at     l.i'lhhi'liUio    ill"    lust |
wook of October, tho keynote was the
I I'M I men; of country life, the lessen.
Itlg of the Inirileiis ot ihe (arnier's wife j
and mother, the adoption of methods,
and devices that will conserve tho
wiiuniii, and ibe Improvement of tho
home, the country tibureh and Ihe rural commutiltj,    Tin- iipi'iiket> num.
In -red i";ui>   men and  women "t IlOtO
Inoludjng hr, John A. Wldstoe, lion,
Mnrtlri liiiircll. Minn All ICtill KoJin,
MISS Mice Itaveiihlll, Dr. I.lhi'ilj 11,
Birlley, .VIi'Miiuler Ani'titisoliii, Mrs,
John   llarhert,   Airs.   Alherli'.   Kipper,
Rev. Matthew Brown McNuti and
rr.if.  (ieo.   W.   Putham,
The Congresa ulcoted Mra, John
Herbert of MtvniMUiola, Colo,, presU
di e, am! re-elected Mrs, John T.
iiiinis. Hi'i'i'i'iary by ncelnmntlon, Ok-
laliomn City ��ns olioson ns tho next]
meoMng pine,'.
Tbe dosing stsBlon was innrked b;
ihe decision to raise a pioneer fund,
with which to erect a lamu niouumi .:���'.,
In broilKn to the llrst farm woman  n
tho gilden  west..       A    model    wis
shown of a farm woman standing "til
a doorstep with one arm onclrcliini i
the neck of her hopeful son nnd bur
eyes looking toward  the BOtlltis sun
across the great prairie farm, depicting tho ovotllng hour when  the IniH-l
baud nnd father,   Ihe   pioneer   and |
home builder, was duo to,return from
lii- day's mil In ih   Held,
The suggestion of tills paying iri-
bnlo io tli" noble woman who (It's!
biased Ihe way acri'ss the dosort
prairie:' orlglnilteii with Charles t'hrs-
tmiora of Pollll Loma, Calif,; an I the
young sculptor who hud submitted
the un del destredi thai his name be
kepi seen t until the iiccompllahnien't
uf bis ureal work.
A co'itailiii:'!   wits unpointed to I'nr-
iiiei' iho raising df a fund of $ 150,-j
000 within """ year. pmmrWnq  l""�� j
Irtna B,  Mathews of Oklahoma City,
Oklrt; Mis.  is. W. Charles of Mini" .
toil, Man., nn I Mrs. John T.  linnet nfj
Oklnhomn City, Okln.    The Cnnadlati
delegates started the    popular   subscription with f4T.R0,
Tho plan of subscription is to urge
n popular contribution lo the fund In
10 cent pi'viin-nt;-',. The organization
to carry on the esmprlgn in every!
Ptnte will be named by (he committeei
nl nn early date. In l.bp meeirtlme
those desirous of contributing their
mite may send II to the secretary,
Mrs, John T. Burns, Oklahoma City,
Okla, j
A feature of t'i? Dry-Farming products exposition held during the week
was ihe women's exhibit, and the displays made by the farm women and '
t'oo home economic societies were as1
much enjoyed by the visitors as the
grnml displays of farm products,        |
During th" week tho International'
Farm Women's Press Association held
several meetlugs   at    which   nlhcers
wore olected, and  il  was decided  to
estabUsh a state or provincial iiuxll-
'nry in  every stale a":! province  In i
North Ameilcn, and also to Iiiivp re-1
presentii'tlves from foreign countries, ;
This  auxiliary    ottctui'lsntlon,    wlUeh
started  nt  Colorado Spi'lnca In  1!in |
with il members, now numbers 61. 28!
nf whom were In attendance,      \lrc. I
Mary i,. Blgelow of Ihe Farm  Stock
ai"! !l"'iie Journal of W-lunonnnMs w.ns,
elected presld 'it. ami Miss M��ry \.\
Wbedon of The  Pnrm.��T's Wife, St.
I'aul.  secretary-treasurer,
Nit the t'.nre
Time was when he hud been an ot
Boer in n    tack regiment,   tint  bo
had fttlli u on evil days.     Now he was
compelled by force of circumstances
tu resign hl�� communion, and i tilisi in
another regimen! as a bumble private.
Hi: found |t, however, very hard In
for,��"t Ills former position, un,l when
he was I'MqiHilcil bv 11 BOrgOlllll to llOlll
his horse lie remarked
Hr--you���er���forget, sergeant, lhai
I once held his Mnjesty'a commission,
The sergeant  looked  nt  him  lu  the
cold nnd I'i'iilcal way Hun only a sergeant "I'll.
Hid you, my son'.' he asked,   Well,
you  can .lust  hold  one of lilii  Mujes
ty's bot'BOi now
a Pin fcr All Baaaens,    Winter and
aiuumor In any latitude, wbetber in
torrid zone or Arctic tempo iiturc.
I'lirin. lee's Vegetable Pills cull bo de
pei'itftl upon to U<i their work. The
dyspeptic will nml them a I'r'end ub
Wiijs and Should carry them wllh blm
everywhere, Tbey are made to withstand any nllmate nml ure warranted
to keep their freshness ami strength.
They do not grow stale, n quality not
possessed In many pills now on the
market,
SHIP  YOUR   GRAIN   TO
PETER JANSEN COMPANY
Or��ln Cemmltilon Merchant! Winnipeg, Msnttskt
*J��a�� Bills l.��.iln< readi Vuit Arthur ��r Ftrl William.  Notify Paiar JanMn
Co., Winnipeg.
������it Qradat
Co., Wlnnlpec.
Llbaral Advnnrea
Prompt Pelurna
Stranger���Could yon help a poor
fellow whose wife and children are
���thirsty?
Jones���Why tire they thlroiy?
Similiter- Why, we Just got a ease
of beer from a kind lady, but we ain't
got  no  money  to  buy  tt  corkscrew,
set-?
Minnrd'e   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria |
Owing to i'i" rapid growth of bitsl-l
nnss in the uliy of radinonton tho
freight offices of tii" flrund Trunk Pacific there have become Inadequate
necessitating the move which bus Just
been accomplished to Inrue nnd mora
pretentious quarters. The old building will be devoted to the Oriintl Trunk
Cartage and the various foremen for
tho present. j
Deafneir ^annnt b^ Cured
by Vital applications, as they .'annil
reach tho uliieasi'd portion uf the far,
There Is only one way io cure tli'tifnuNB,
nnd thai Is u constltutloiuil reinedle/i.
lii'iniiL'Hs in '.oisi'ii by nn tMtiiini"il con-
ititiim of Hi" n iii'iins lining of the Euo-
tachlan Tube. When ihls iul��* Ih in-
llnmed you have ii runibllns sound or
imperfect IteHilug, nml whim It Is entirely eh Bed, Dcilness Is the reflutt, nml unless the tnfltenniniliin can be taken "tu
unit this tutu.' restored In Its noriunl condition hearing will be destroyed for even
nine casoB out of ton avi- caused by I'm-
ftrrii, which is nothing hut an Inflamed
condition nt 'It* mucous surfaces.
We will id i- One Hundred Dollnrs for
any case of Deafness (caused l.y catarrh!
Unit cannot ha cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure.      Semi  nn' circulars,  free,
r. . . CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O,
Bnlil  by  Pl'URItlBtB,  "tic.
'I'uke Hall's Family Pills for constipation,
Advantages and Saving by Using
The Loading Platform
In .In;   writing we deilie tu pill   hetore  imr   Western   farmers  the
kiiviiii- and ittivniitag" of loading grain iiirec on c��.b. shipping grain
illrnuith  in elevator, it matters no' whoinov a uavsrnmont elevator or
one i"i'i by un elevalor ciunpany or indlvlrinil owner, does not add
ihe Ion;. friii'Mon nf a cent lo the vnlile of   be grain, nor tines It ulv��
the farmer any better cliunce ol mnrkotlng 't to ndvantaga than when
,'n:id"ii lilti'iit oil eur��. Hut loading direct, .n curs ctils out In the llrst
plsne tie elevator charge, which Is usually rt4c. per bushel, any
JlT.n.l en a IhoilS'ind IllUhel ear. The el.ivatcr ilocknge Is nlsn
saved' ibis may be win Ih more er less, depending partly on how dirty
the grain Is, but mostly on the farmer's nb'iltv In holding hlfl own
with 'lie elevator man taking It In, On the average the dockage
may N  considered worth Sn per lushel to the farmer, or say f80 per
car of i.nnn bushels. When grn.ll la load <d direct Into car over th"
Lo:idl:i;; Platform, tit" farmer kliowo for Bin- that It Is his very own
main llip.t will be graded by tlir- Inspector, ami that be will without
rjlllbt receive the full and exact outturn of his ear nt whichever terminal i levator tt. Is unloaded: for :;ll grain 's unloaded from the curl
iindnr I'ovcrnmen1 stipei'lntendnnne sntl weighed by properly quallflel
government welghtnen under the ittlea an J riipe.rvlilon of tho Dominion fi.ivernnient Hoaril nf (1'iiin t'ommlsslorirs
Of -tiiirse, It makes no difference In our loading of the farmers'
grain wh"t''er It. has been shipped through, nn elevator or over,the
I.nadluf- Platform, but II can ensltv be seen from what we have stated
shove whoro the farmer's advtintngi lies, when It. saves him around
$.:n or more on every car he shies.
AVe continue to net ns the farmers' nrren- tn looking after and ills-
pos'n" nf enrlot shipments of wl ". onts, barley nnd (lax sti'letly on
s comtrilsslon nf 1 cent per bushel. We i.re not connected with,
nor Inierestotl In any elevator companies nr elevators, ellher locnl or
iermlnal neither arc we track buyers. In fact we never buy farmers' grain on our own account, but onlv to !������ ndle nnrl dispose of the
grain "..trusted >e it* as the at!"'it>. nf those who employ ns. Many
years experience, with a wide connection nod ample facilities for en-
gnvitv! I'i 'his sneclnl brunch of lh,i grain t'tidc, hnve slven ua a re-
pntat'op of th" blithest character In It. Wt make liberal advance*,
on enr bills of lading, Write "s for shlnnl-g Instructions nnd mark-
et Information, We give ns references to o'.'.r reliability, eficten-:'
.������"ii financial standing any city or country !Unk Mannjfer tn Westers
, ... .. n An
Thompson Sons & Company
GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS
701-73.1   Y   Grain   Exchange.
Winnipeg, Canada.
Two old college chums lest sight
of each other for years. Oil" days
one of them, down on his luck, worn
of face and clothes, entered n cheap
eating house and sealed himself at a
I able.
Ves sir? asked the shabby waiter
briskly.
Then the customer looked un and
to hlfl amazement recognized his old
chuni.
Great Scott, mnn, ir exclaimed,
Fancy yon having stink to lining a
waiter and  ,n a place Mae this. too.
The wnltor turned up his nose.
Ves. I'm n waiter, he replied sarcastically but thank goodness 1 don't, eat
here.
��^HM\ 'with
CUTICURA
50AP
No other keeps the skin and scalp
so clean aiv!  clear, so sweet and
healthy.  Used with Cuticura Ointment, it soothes irritations which
often prevent sleep and if nefrlccted
become   chronic   disfigurements.
Millions of mothers use these pure,  ���;
sweet and   gentle   emollients   for  i
every purpose of the toilet, bath j
and nursery.
Ciltlrurft floiiti and Otntmrnt srr nolit thrniislinu.
Hie world. A llttLTiil niiroptc of i'hcIi. wlili 32-puse
iiooktiit on tho rare unit treatment uf the .kin and
le-nlp, piiiit po.-t-free. Addrefel Cotter Dm;; ii Cuem.
Corp., Lieut. Ulli, 1)341011, 0, <s. A.
W.N.U.   926
Livestock Means Success
(in nearly   every   farm   livestock
raising is merely n side lino when It
should be ihe main thing,     There is.
no place where the farmer can market his corn and roughage so profitable
as feeding It to rood livestock, says'
the Kansas Parmer,    The tuurkcl  is i
right,  al   hoiiie  In   tihe  toed  lot   and
no Innn hauls to town are necessary.
If a farmer can food the 00 cent, corn'
to  good  hogs  which   will   pay  him
SO cents for It, dees ho not make an .
advance <>n the price or his corn and.
a  protit   in the fertility  returned  to,
tlie soil, as well as a saving of ox-1
pepse tn ih" hauling?   Breeding pure-
brill  livestock  is a business  which
should h" entered gradually and retired from reluctantly.     Improving the
common stock a little each year will!
lead   up  to  the  pure-bred   business.'
There can exist no permanent system
of agriculture without  livestock and,
on  hlgh-prlned  land,  pine-bred  stock!
is the only kind to have.
A mnn can have short legs and still I
carry ilia head high.
As ���'. vermifuge Ihero is nothing so S
potent as Mother Graves' Worm 13x-
terminator, and it can be given to the
most dellnntn child without tenr of
Injury to tho constitution.
Lots of poor men arc the architects
nf other men''' riches.
Nothing worries n initiglni: wife so
eii'i'h us a husband who won't gal '
mad.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dlatempir
Den-onstratlng. t
Mrs.   Pry���What  is all  that  ntiise|
In your house, Willie?
Willie���-Ma told pa 1 was just like
blm--always tlghtln'���and pa paid It
wasn't.���and now they're having it |
out. ;
GRAIN GROWERS!
GRAIN GROWERS of the West, what is your
duty to the Grain Growers' Grain Company ?
WK HAVE now it reHGivc fund of $200,520.60, wllh ;i paid up
capital of $600,000, in tuldltlon to paying " satisfactory*
dividend i<> our plion holi'lits, we have in Ihe Inst six yearn
donated about $40,000 m Uv Wcptorti Grain Growers' AnaocUitlons
snd in other fduentlonal worh nmong the farmers.
Had the grain timt mad? t!is profit been shipped to other
Onus or rommlpslon houseo, the dividends paid 1<�� Bhareholdera and
I hi* donntlons to th" Grain Growers' Associations would so to
Increase the proflls of prtvnte cnmjnlsslon housen nnd ffi'uln dealers.
i^'-r-li:. k UiPFi? fscts, we have created eompetitl.on In the grain
linde il'j.t could not come by tmy ol her means, Our export
activities have been KticcoKgf.ul In keeping Winnipeg cash quotations for grtiUuright nit lo (.xuort vttlUes, getting for tho farmer
KomcthiiiR eloper to wh.ii rupply and demnnd would worrnnl,
Vou will notice tlii:t there Is ihls j*eai an ixtni effort mude on
the pari nf n Inrge number of commlsplon firms and others in the
Inuilness In having tho conn try covered by tract, buyers, street,
buyers snd soHeHoru for urn in. This till costs money and th��
farmer pays for it all In commlpslonsi if you ship lo your own
Company you pay your own Agency the commission. What is not
us* d in conducting the business of The Grain Growers' Grain
t*nnipnn> f;,|f's to increase our reserve fund, vo pay dividends to
out' stockholders! nnd to carry on Additional educational work in
the Interests of tho producers of grain.
We are opersllng tho Manitoba Oovernmenl Him of elevators,
our operators will tnlcn your grain to store, bu> in car loads on
track or :?, waggon loads on street ���
Farmers have always maintained Hint The Grain Growers'
Grain Company needed a terminal elovntor to mnke tlu-m on
riTcctive fore, lu keening up the price nf crnin and in giving the
farmers the bept Fcrvlco ti> plaee Ihelr products In tho consumers'
hands on ultimate markets, V'u hnve your own terminal now,
nml wo thus appeal to you to help make this undertaking a
tuocess uy consigning your grain to Tho Grain Growers' (mtln
Company's terminal at Kori Wllllom.
Also subscribe for stonk, ihn additional capital is much needed
if we an; to enter the co-opcrallve field, Besides, it Is u sound
In1 estment.
GRAIN  GROWERS, it is all in your hands,
what are you going to do ?
THE GRAIN GROWERS' GRAIN CO., LTD.
WINNIPEG
CALGARY
It always rost.s more to acquire a
grouch than its worth.
Between tho toothache and the ilont-
1st a mtln is forced to choose between
t\vt> evils.
No, Cordelia, a dancing academy Is
not necessarily a hop joint.
Out of  Sorts?
Lots of discomfort ��� the
blues ��� and many serious
sicknesses you will avoid if
you keep your bowels, liver
and stomach in good working order by timely use of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
In Backache the
Kidneys Speak
Sold everywhere.
In boaea, 25c.
It in their way nf railing your attuntinn to the fast
Hint thev are not in perfenl condition. Many peoplo
who I'l'rsi.tently ipn.rnl repeated watlliltM F'vm.
by Ihe kiilneya are now chronic nulTerem from kidney
and liliiilder comprint" which will .-lay with them
until they die, and perhaps hasten tbe end.
TIow much better to help the kidneys the moment
thev show hbtib of needing: n little asfislnncc!     I fiWi
Dlt. ('LARK'S SWEET NITRE 1'II.I.S in Mme.
Thev contain Natures own  remedies.   They lift the kidneys Out of their temporary
diiifesaion   nnd slnrt them  again  in  normal activity.    Sold everywhere at Mty i-iinU'
"   '  ���'     - ' 41
a box or mailed direct t,y
THE MARTIN, BOLE & WYNNE OO.,
WINNIPEG, CANADA THE COURTENAY COURIER. COURTENAY, B. C.
A WINTER
nut only keeps cold out, but
conservesbody-warmth; body-
fat serves die same purpose,
it enables un to resist unucttled
elements and serves aa the
��reat source of our body-heat.
Greater body-warmth means
richer blood, more fat, not
obesity but fat which the body
consumes for warmth, vitality,
resistance-power as a furnace
consumes coal for heat
Scoff'j Emulsion does this.
A tenspoonful after each
meal makes body-warmth-
healthy,  active  blood ���
sharpens the appetite and
makes all good food do good.
It drives out and keeps oat colds
by raising endurance-power
and creating strength.
Reject substitutes for SCOTTS.
Scott St Downc, Toronto, ontsrlo u-tii
White;  Pine Culls  Now  in  Demand
a peculiar feature of our rent luin-
ber demand 'n thn old white pine sections of Hi" North is thf extraordinary requirement fur low grade stook.
It is so persistent and devouring that
it taken in mills no ranks thai no or
30 years nun they would have been
considered refuse, III only for the
roughest kind of patching up of sheds,
and when accumulation becami! too
burdensome they were thrown Into
rtie burner or used to build wharves
>r roadways, of for firewood, Grading
downward has come w I till the demand
for box material, until three-men
hoards, as they hnve been jocosely
called, are now graded as No. 5 or
anything below that. Tho civil for
low-grade stuff has become so gen
��ral and Insistent, that such stuff Is
more snlonblo than the medium and
better qualities. This feature Is true
not only of the lumber market of the
Northern States, but pertains also to
that of Canada, At Toronto the demand for the lower grades of plain
is especially active and large, so that
there Is a veritable shortage of mill
culls nnd what are culled dead pickings, in it, This condition with re-
spent to the lumber market of Ontario shows how closely the lumber trade
of that province Is connected with
that of this country, the same requirements for cull lumber���namely, for
nox manufacture���prevailing In Mint
province as in the northern part of
the United States. The wny In
which the cull lumber of the Northern States and Canada Is being used
up almost to the last carload has
more than ordinary significance. It
means that anything In the shape of
a tree or log Is being utilized In the
way of sawed product, nnd that limner that was once considered usable
only as firewood t�� now being converted Into lumber that actually sells
quicker than good stock.���American
Lumberman.
Poor old Patrick! He was but the
#hadow of his old self. He was a soldier boy who'd been serving in a minor war In the ihlll country of India,
and he'd had a rough time, bedad.
So seedy, ,io thin and worn Indeed,
was Patrick that he was invalided
tiome that he might have an early opportunity of pulling himself together,
and showing that ho was truthfully
a brawny son of Erin.
As he steppptl ashore from the troopship at Southampton his cousin Timothy stepped up to meet him.
Why, Patsy, my bhoy, remarked the
noustn. It's right glad that 01 am to
see, ye're back from the front.
Patrick looked   grieved   and   sad,
.chastened and lll-at-ease.
iHedad, Tim, he said, 01 knew 01
was thin, but OI'm   bothered   If   01
thought I was as thin ai that.
TWO POINTERS ON HOW
TO CURE A GOLD
When you begin to sniff sntl feel a
burning sensation in the nasal passages,
or when a tickling irritation in jour
throat starts you coughing, the first
important thing is to act at once. It's
the neglected cold that becomes troublesome and dangerous.
The second important thing to do is
to take Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed,
Licorice and CVilorodyne, and keep it up
till the cold disappears entirely.
Na-Dru-Co Syrup of Linseed, Licorice
and Chlorodyne is absolutely free from
harmful drugs, and can safely be given
even to moderately young children.
It is pleasant tasting and quick acting,
promptly relieving the irritation of the
throat and nostrils, loosening the
mucus, promoting expectoration, and
checking the cold.
Your druggist has Na-Dru-Co Syrup
of Linseed, Licotice and Chlorodyne in
35c. and 50c bottles, or can quickly get
It for you. Compounded by the National
Drug and Chemical Co, of Canada,
Limited. 313
W.N.U. 926
MONKEY  AND  BEAR  FIGHT
Brutal Exhibition in an' English Town
is Stopped by Audience
An  exoltimt  I09IW ticcurrotl    at    n
! music hall, In which the auilliini'o rose
i 111 a hotly and protested against the
[performance wus described to the
I Scarborough magistrate! yestorday
I when John Heudrloksoii, proprietor ot
I an animal circus, was summoned for
��� cruelly to a .mull bear nnd a monkey,
it wus aliened thai on Monday ftlgnl
1 defendant Introduced at the People's
I I'alacc and Aquarium Whftl was ilea-
I crllii'il us a light between the hear and
1 Ihe monkey. The latter hail tied to
I Its neck a htnvy weight, which pro-
! vented It from moving easily; nnd a
1 small black bear was drnggnd on to
the stage, evidently very much agalusl
its Will.
I  11 in  now  Introducing John John-
; soil) ilofi'iiiliint told the audience. You
1 will no�� s 1 flghl between hlaolt nnd
i white.    tit then Incited tho animals
! io light,
The monkey Jumped upon tin hem's
back and bit It about the eyes. The
bear attempted lo escape front tho
Stags, bill tlie defendant, dragged II
forward again and a floroo struggle of
about one miii'ite'H duration ensued
between the animals,
The bear freed Ititelf. but thn tie
iVnilnnl again brought It lip I" the
lorntoh and u fun iter fight took place
Thn audience rose almost an mass*
'ml protested against the aontlnnanoe
if tile (Ungraceful exhibit Ion and sub-
i'iiui'iitiy the manager barred tho per-
tormnnoe for tho rest of the week.
Defendant told the magistrates thai
lie was very sorry that he hud ever
shown Ihe boar, The two animals
had played together like kittens
I     The mag'ttrnles  Imposed 11  flu
$f> and cost.i.
ANAEMIC'GUIS'
SEEM EVERYWHERE
Nine Out  of  Every  Ten  Show
Symptomi   of This   Serious
Trouble
aataUIIMIIlllaH
Of
Don't Persecute
your Bowels
t*��ii nut 1 '.tiiiaiiii 1.111.1 purntfvtti  Tii.'v *)���
br��tul--l..,rr.li"iiuiirt i-nt.irv. To
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
I'uivly wiKrUlilr. Ait
UTiitlv ,m lln'liver,
fluuutailf .tile,ai
NHilliff ihtdfllle
tnlriimitihtftuc
oftliohowtl
Cart Constipation,
RiUuai-
ntut,
Skk lltadiuht anj Migntfon, as million Asm*.
Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Prica.
Genuine must bear Signature
SEED  GRAIN   AND   POTATOES
mossmm
mm
SHAW'S SCHOOLS
The  Central   ..uslncss  College,  Toronto, wllh Four City Bl'anoh Schools.
- -The t'eiur.il Totograph and Railroad
Bohool ami The Bhaw Correspondence
School, are ruw oommonly known an
"Shaw's BOiinMlS,"      lit these schools
n groat work ib being dons in training
young people for business pursuits
im,i tor earning good Marios,    The
annual  curriculum  Is Interesting and
is mailed free on sanding request to
W, II. Shnw, President, Toronto,
Out,
So steadily doo,s anaemia undermine
the health of young, growing girls and
young woman Chat It In rightly regarded as one of the greatest enemies of
her sex. Vine women out. of ten
are bloodless, more or less, and In
many easts neglect has allowed anaemia to develop Into hopeless decline.
There Is 11 security and new strength
for weak, tired girls and women In
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People. They actually make the
new, good blood of health that, banishes the "nlwnps tir-wl" weakness, and
ilie continual backache* of anaemia.
They drive away hnidaolKM, the low
spirits, the palpitation of the over-
worked heart and tho tits nf nervous-
noss that mark the women whose
weuk blood is unable to nourish their
wasting frames. Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills have given health to unhappy
anaemlcs in cases too numerous to
record. Her,e Is one example, Miss
Hn.ttie B. White, Whitehall, Ont,,
says:���"Seine two years ago I became
very much run down. I consulted u
doctor who told me that It was 11 bad
case ot anaemia nnd nervousness. I
had most of tho symptoms that accompany this trouble, such as headaches,
a tired feelinK. poor appetite, and pallor. The doctor's medicine did not
seom to help me and then I began
changing front one medicine to another, but with no better results.
Finally at 'the suggestion of my mother I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. I got two boxes and by the
time T had taken them 1 began to feel
better. This cheered me very much,
and I continued using tlhe Pills until
I had taken nine or ten boxes, when
I was again enjoying the very best
of health, nind had gained In weight as
well. I have proved In my case that
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are a cure
for anaemia, and can recommend
them to similar sufferers,"
Hold by all medicine dealers or by
mall at 50 cents a box. or six boxes
for $2.50. from The Dr. Williams'
Medlolne Co., Brnckvllle, Ont.
Matter of Taste
He was the sort of young men who
takes a girl out and talks a lot of
pretty things, but never dreams of buying anything, not even a penny bar of
cocoanut taffy. They hud been walking out together for quite a time, nnd
she was getting a bit tired of It. One
evening they came to a pause outside
a gaily decorated confectioner's shop.
Look, darling, he whispered gushingly,
I can see your beautiful sweet face
quite clearly  In  that window.
But she was determined on making
n change. That's all right. George,
about <my sweet, face, she said, coldly,
I'm tired of hearing about It. I wish
you'd remember my sweet tooth now
and then instead.
The Cheery Ad. Man
New Merchant���How   big   an   ad
would you advise?
Advertising Man���That depends on
how many tens of customers your
store floor will sustain. You would
not want 'em to break through into
the cellar, of course.
Many a boy has acquired some very
good habits by pot following in the
footsteps of his father.
Mlnard's  Liniment Cures Garget  In
Cows
The  strenuous  minister  dispenses
���vligion bv the pound.
Detected
Ono Saturday night, as the hour
struck eight, a small tlgnre might hiivo
been seen sitting up In Its cot, and
Basing thoughtfully Into space. The
thinker was little Hobble and he was
up against the biggest problem he hud
ever had to tackle In all the vast experience of his six years.
Were father, mother and brother
Jack going out. while he was put safely to bed? That was the question
and oh! how to find out.
Stay! A thought suddenly struck
Master Bobble, agod six, and he called
to brother Jack to come nt once.
Brother Jack came and was hugged
violently for two or three moments
and then thrimt on one side,
Call mummle now"! demanded Bobbie.      '
Mummle was called and subjected
to Identically the same treatment, except after pushing her away from
him, Hobble looked steadily at her,
triumph struggling with sorrow in bis
face as he exclaimed.
There! I know it. You are nil go
tng out without me! 1 can smell
fresh simp on your faces!
Used according to directions, Dr. J.
I). Kellogg's Dysenlery Cordial will
afford relief In the most acute form of
slimmer complaint. Whenever the
attack manifests itsilf no time should
be lost In seeking the nld of the Cord
In 1 - It. will net Immediately on the
stomach and Intestines and allay the
Irritation and pain. A trial of It will
convince anyone of the truth of these
assertions.
Very Evident
An old bon-vlviinit. who kept, a fine
establishment received a visit from
ills maiden-aunt. He took great pride
In showing her over the place and
pointing out Its many treasures, remarks Lipplncott's. As a special
favor he let her have a glimpse of his
famous wine cellar.
You're the first woman who has
ever set foot In here, he said.
Gracious. I should say I was, she
replied. Why the place Is full of cobwebs.
A Treat
Anytime
Crisp, delicately
browned
Post
Toasties
Ready to serve without
further cooking by adding
cream or milk.
Oflen used with fresh
or canned fruit.
"The Memory Lingers"
Canadian Postum  Cereal  Co.,
Ltd., Windsor, Ontario.
Distribution From the Dominion    Experimental   Farms.    1912 1913
By  Instructions of thn Hon.  Minis-
iir nt Agriculture a distribution <>t
superior surts of grain tuid potatoes
will bo made during tho coining win-
i.t nnii spring iii Canadian farmers
The samples for general distribution
will ooaislsl of spr.i'tig wlloat, B lbs;
while oats, 4 lbs;   barley, (I Ibsi  ami
Held pi us r> lbs. These will be seal
out from Ottawa, a dlstitlbuUon of
potatoes in 11 lb samples will be car'
1 Ud mi from several of the experimental fwms, tit" Ct'iiirui Farm at
oiinw.i supplying only the provinces
of Ontario and Quebec    All samples
will lie sent I'l'i'i-, by mall,
Applicants must give particulars in
regard to the soil ou tholr tnrmn, and
soma account of their oxparleuoo with
stiiii kinds uf grain tor potatoes) as
they have grown, hi thai 11 promising
sort for their conditions may he selected,
Karii application musl ha separate
and must be signed by the applicant,
Only one sample of groin and one of
potatoes can bo si-nl to each farm.
Applications on any kind of printed
form cannot be ncoepteil, ir two or
mora samples aro asked for in tin
samo letter only one will be Bent,
An the supply of seed Is limited,
fanners are advised to apply early;
hut ihe applications will nut necessarily bo tilled In the exact order In
which they lire    received.        Prefer-
once will always be given to the most
thougliifiil and explicit requests. Applications reci Ived after the end of
January will probably be too late.
All applications for grain (and applications from the provinces of On-
Inrlo nnd Quebec for potatoes) should
be addressed >o the Dominion Cereal*
1st. Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Such applications ni|iilro no
postage, If otherwise addressed delay and disappointment may occur.
Applications, for potatoes, from
farmers In any other province should
he addressed (postage prepaid) to the
Superintendent of the nearest Branch
Bxpartmonta] Farm In that province.
Awful Asthma Attacks. Is then- a
member of your family who Is In the
power of this distressing trouble? No
sorvicn you can render him will equal
the bringing to his attention of Dr.
J. I). Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This
remarkable remedy rests Its reputation upon wliut It has done for others.
It has a truly wonderful record, covering years and years of success In
almost every part of this continent,
and oven beyond the seas.
INFUMMATORY RHEUMATISM
Conquered by GIN PILLS
Mr, W.G, Ki'itl, Hamilton,Out., wt'tes:
"I have tui'ii l��r the last two vi-urs a
cripple with Muscular and Inflammatory
Kh'-iitoiutMii. I tried aliuonteverything
known to medical science aud Bought
change of climate withuut relief. Your
tnauagtr In ihls city recommended Oin
fillet stud I have since wkcu eight boxes
.unl uoi now cured, I consider Oin
Pills the conqueror of Elhsuuwtiuu ami
Ki��tnt y Disease",
50c �� box. '1 for $2.50.   Bnninle free
if you write National Dnigaiul Chemical
l.'ti. ul Canada, Limited, Ton.tito.      1311
1
THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL
IIS MAIN ST., WINNIPEG
A Uw Soors iciuth of C.P.H.  Dap<x
fUtee I, to 10 12.00 per Say
Culslnt untxcsllee
Hst sntl cold water In svery rtere
Hetcl   prsctlcslly   Flrspreet
All Outside Rooms
A Matter of no Importance
Little Kitty, with armB spread well
across th. ��� i >1 lo, and with Utile long.10
well out, was bending over a piece of
paper, on which she mude queer and
illogical dots and marks.
Darling, cried her mother, ns she
came into thn dining-room and found
the curly head so low over Its task,
what are you doing?
Oh. Just writing to my friend, Llllle
Smith! answered Kitty quietly, and
resumed her wayward scratches.
Her mother suppressed a laugh as
she wathed the earnest little dashes
scrawled across U13 white paper.
Then she finally salj, trying to speak
with as much indifference In her voice
as had her little daughter:
But, dearest, you don't know bow
to write, do you?
No, niumsle, replied the small
scribe, as she glanced round pityingly
ut her parent. But what does that
matter? Llllle Smith can't read.
Mlnerd'e Liniment Cures Colds, Ac.
Made to Measure
The traveller was waiting at the
little countryside station when he was
suddenly startled by a sharp ringing
of a hell.
Instantly three of the railway employees ranged themsolves up In a
llr. ..in the platform, and stood at attention .
A moment, later a locomotive flashed by with a slnglo carriage. Out of
the window of the carriage a man
was leaning. He made hurried noteB
In a pocket-book as he passed.
The traveller marvelled greatly, and
Inquired of the station-master the
meaning nf the strange scene he had
witnessed.
That? replied the official. That was
the coninany's tailor measuring us for
new suits.
Then the traveller went mad and
promptly bought a station sandwich.
Everybody likes the
WALKER HOUSE
"The House of Plenty"
TORONTO'S FAMOUS
HOTEL
American and European Plans
Ceo.  Wright A  Mack Carroll
Proprietors
tts
this
CATTLE   FATTEN   QUICK
ER
���I11U0   nn   weight    fimtiT
make oottsr beef���when dehorned.    Cows    Klv��'    mur*��
nillli   nml half th-' 'luiii**-!- ,11
shipping   by   rati   er  bout   1.1
eliminated,
KEYSTONE CEHOHNER
ilnt'H thf work tu 1 minut.i*H.
1'ut.i from 4 Hi,1,... .it unci;.
Wilt.' tor free booklet
R.   H.   McKENNA.
Robert   St.   Toronto,   Ont.   Muntlon
pnpir.
MAPLE
BUTTER
All grocers 25c. Ib.  Tin
If your Clothier does not sell
i'i
see the other fellow
While the new Grand Trunk Pacific
hotel In Kdmnnton has been christened after Sir .lohn A. Macdonald the
Great Canadian statesman It la also
said to be �� faot that the original settler In the Albertan Capital was a man
named John Maodonnld, who came
from Garth at the close of the eighteenth century and established what
Is today a thriving city of 05.000 before the Hudson's Bay Company erected its fort and trading station on the
ba,nks of the Saskatchewap River. It
is said that he crossed the plains with
an ox team in the summer of 1789 and
located on a farm over-looking the
river, within a stone's throw of what
Is now the principal business thoroughfare. Thus the "Chateau Mac-
donald," will have double associations
and a link with the history of the
city in Which it Is situated as well as
with the (history of the entire Dominion.
VERIBRITE VENOIL
THE WORLD'S BEST WOOD
POLISH
Cleans nnd disinfects everything
In your home from the cellar to the
attic. Put it on your duster and
dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork,
Linoleums, Pianos, Furniture, etc.
Makes everything Just like new.
Money refunded If not satisfactory.
Made by tbe
DOMESTIC SPECIALTY CO., Ltd.
Hamilton, Canada
Edward cleaned up $10,000 yesterday.
Kdwln���Great.     How did he do it?
Edward���Oh, easy enough. Used
one of these new machines for washing bank notes.
Toe Playing of It
Town Bund Leader���This Is great.
Most of the audience is weepln'.
Oboe player���Aw, 1 bet It Isn't the
sentiment of the piece���it's tho way
we played it.
She Had Such
Beautiful Bands
that it was perfectly evident
that   she   used   SNAP,   the
original   hand
cleaner, to re-
movethegrime
of housework.
Hand cleaners
by any other
name do not
smell as sweet.
Avoid rank
imitations, and
remember the
name 36
SNAP
Order ftvtn roar iVtler to-4ir.
Mve coupon*. !
EVERYONE looks lor great growth in
the Courtenay aud Comox Disttlcts
in the coining year, un 1 though unbounded
prosperity has been the lot of its psople
during the past twolye months, we mean
"go some" to show the world that this In
the Oreatisl District of the Ust Oreal
West,
AGO-OPERATIVE spirit that Is alive
to the needs of the Diftrict is essential to the welfare of everyone, who calls
Comox Valley "h ime," This District is it
place In which to build n home that will bo
a credit to tin.- owuer lor till time. Right
here we hnve the best natural resouise* In
the world for 1111��� working out of your
home plati,
\Y/''' WANT ln co-opirate with those
*' who contemplate building, We re-
nli.'.c that to get good results, the builder
must have the very best materials, We
wont everyone to know that our house is
the best stocked in the District, and can
supply anything in the building line on the
shortest possible notice, We make no
statements we cannot substantiate.
-We Stock at All Times aLarge Supply of
Kiln Dried Flooring    Lath   Windows   Doors   V Join I     Finish and Mouldings
Window and Door Frames Made to Order Builders' Supplies Cement
Plumbing Supplies      Lime     Brick       Plaster       Paints      Oils and Varnishes
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O. Box 230
" Not better than the best but better than the rest"
i
Xmas. Shopping
Let us Help You Solve the Problem
FOR GENTLEMEN
C. B, I). Pipe,s, S3 to 85.50
Pines from 25c up     Pocket Hooks
Cigars in boxes of 10, 20 or 50
Photo Albums       Shaving Mirrors
Shaving Sets     Gillette Razor
Military Brushes   Thermos Bottles
Kodaks   Books by popular authors
FOR LADIES :
Ornouut,  Gold,   Xtal   and   Silver
K'w.'l Cases        Chocolate Set
Manicure Sels   Hand Bags Purses
Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets
Kodaks       Books       Writing Sejs
Music  Rolls Diaries
Papetries in Fancy Boxes
FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
Boys Own and Girls Own Annual
Chums Picture Hooks
gtory Hook''   Chatterbox     Henty
and Vernes Books       Brownie
Cameras, etc.
"Cadbury'i" anil bulk Chocolate, lor Everybody
Why not a year's subscription to
the Ladies * Journal, Woman's
Home Companion or any Magazine, We will have it sent to
your address. Subscriptions taken
for all magazines.
"We Sell all the Popular Periodicals"
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Courtenay   Ladies'   College
Next Terra Commences
MONDAY,   JANUARY 13,   1913
Mrs. Hardy and Miss Glenny
Principals
Palace Livery
& Feed .Stable
Horses and Buggies lor Hire at
Reasonable Rates
We also attend to wood hauling
,1011c 25
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Courtenay
T. Hanson's
White Leghorns
This flock has been the foundation of most  of  the largest
Egg Ranches in the Cowichan
District
Winner of 4U1 prize iu the International Egg-laying Contest at
Vancouver. Being only beaten by
one other pen of 15. C, birds. Birds
of my strain also took ,tth, 5th,
6th, 9th and rjth
Day   Old  Chicks 20c. each
Eggs for Hatching :
$10 per 100      $80 per 1000
Ernest H. Hanson
Cowichan Station, V. I., B. C.
.Comox General
Supply Store
We have a grand display of
presents and dolls for Xmas.
and the New Year
A large assortment of Xmas.
Chocolates and Candy arriving
by every boat
Santa Claus headquarters for
children's toys and games
MePhee & Morrison
A. li. BALL, Manager
What Is  Behind Courtenay ?
Third of a Series of Three Articles
on Courtenay.
By Colin Campbell
"Don't put your name down   and
your money tip and then let go.
Catch hold firmly   and   pull   with
the rest.
Get under and lift,don't be a leaner
Don't be a kicker or a knocker.
Don't be a drone or a figurehead.
Give your home stores a chance,
lie a real live, red hot enthusiast.
Help your own town first."
The above quotations about stun
up my two previous articles on this
important subject. To enlarge on
this subject would be to enter into
the superfluous. As I stand on
the "Sivvash hill" and look across
the flats toward Courtenay, or look
toward the "glazier" from Mundells
place, or view the level laud from
Ball residence toward the town, and
see the logging locomotive going
puffing through the tall timbers,
with the smoke of the milling camps
at comox lake aud Cumberland rising up at the foot hills like incense
to the god of wealth, when I see all
this and think ot the question
What is behind courtenay"? I
laugh when I see what is around.
I wonder why we are so blind to
what is ours? Do we want to sec?
Do some of us want to sleep longer
than old Rip Van Winkle? What
are we doing in preparation for the
new railway coming in? Will it
eonie here and go past without our
knowing it? Will it come and find
US with doused "glims" and the
gasoline lank empty, and the pressure gauge registering zero? Every
little jerk-water place, and np
"neck-of the-woods" in the whole
of Canada but lias a boost club.
Every place but courtenay (which
has more reason than anyplace) is
standing on tip-toe and hollering
it's head oil" forrecognizion. livery
town and hamlet is endeavouring to
I button bole the passer-by so that it
can add more to its number. All
1 that is wanted to start the fire-
! works in courtenay is to get a few
j of those individuals together who
j are uot dead to their own interests,
I or blind to the possibilities of enhancing their assetts, or to put it in
plain words, those individuals who
are after the ' 'stuff". Get them together and show them'how others
have made barrels of money out of
less capital by far than those we
have in courtenay, It was my intention to try again and celebrate
Rabby Burns' anniversary with a
banquet, since thinking it over I
believe that Rabby is a long time
dead aud while nothing would give
me more pleasure than to sing the
praises bf the bard of Bonny Scot-
laud. I would rather talk about
Courtenay, it too has been a long
time dead, but by these old eternal
stumps I'll do my darndest to bring
her to life. It has been said that it
is absolutely necessary to agree
with a Scotchman or else kill him.
This being so, the people of courtenay had better accept my views of
courtenay and the neighborhood
right from the start. It is my intention to secure the co-operation
of a few others to set ou foot the
first "Boost courtenay Banquet"
and'endevour to set the ball rolling.
I will endevour if possible to have
it a mixed (male and female) affair
audit' we cannot work up enthusiasm
without the aid of high balls and
fire water I will give courtenay up
as a dead one, and turn it over to
the undertaker at the river bank.
So look out for the "Boost courtenay Banquet". It will be within
reach of all property owners and
boosters.
Belter a tramp in the woods than
one iu the kitchen.
If misery likes   company,   marriage is apt to make good after all.
GET YOUR
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and
Shoe Shining doue by the
Courtenay Cleaners
W. I,. SCOTT, Prop.
Next door to the Butcher Shop
rioving Pictures
Monday, VVedneseay, Thursday^
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An Entire Change of Programme
Twice weekly
H, F, WHITTLE, Proprietor
George E Russell
GRANTHAM
Breeder  of   Large   Thoroughbred
White Yorkshire' Hogs
All Pedigreed and Registered Stock
Young Stock for   Breeding   Purposes 510, Half-breeds $5 eajh
Stock Shod  by  the Champion Hog, at
Victoria, which also Heat the Champion Hog at Calgary
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUILLAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
& Hand
Pumping
Installation
S. A. COTTON
Oasoliiie'lvnRiues Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE
 ���-������   zc
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign woric doue go to
J. Sutton.

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