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YOUR PRINTING
C��n nut be done any better, and
not quite so well anywhere else
hereabouto. Our type and miiuliiii-
ery is complete anil The Review
prices ire riidit
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FHE   REVIEW
RICKSON'S
Gents'  Furnishings
and Hatters
VOL. 6
COURTENAY. B. O. THURSDAY APRIL 25 1918
NO  21
GEO. J. HARDY
AUCTIONEER
LAND AND INSURANCE
AGE^T
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10
COURTENAY
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,    MUFFLERS.    SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,    GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a shipment of Ladies Shoes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call aud see our goods, you'll altvays find our  prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
THE
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
A  Fresh  Shipment
of Misses, and Children's Shoes, manufactured by
F.J. Weston & Sons, just received at the
Courtenay Shoe Store
We have a nice assortment of eighteen different styles to choose from
Vici Kid and Box Calf in
Buttoned Laced and Cloth Top, with or without the rubber sole
These shoes are built for comfort and durability.    Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded
Get a bargain From Our " Bargain Table
LOGGIE BROS
Next the DrugStore
Phone 48
Local Lines
James White of H. M, S. R:iin
bow i.s vrsttiug friends in the district.
Thos. Bickle and family'of Cumberland havejnioved io Victoiia,
where they will make ,tlicir heme
in future,
Mr. T. Pearse, agent for the Me
tropolitan Life AssitraucefCompnny
spent a few clays at Victoria lasl
week.
Cumberland City Council has
set the general rate of taxation for
this year to 15 mills on the dollar,
and il is expected that the .school
rate will be 10 mills, making 25'
all told.
The St. Josephs hospital auxil-
iary will meet for sewing at Miss
Game's residence Cutuox, 011 Wednesday May ist. A cordial invitation is extended to anyone who
would like to join the auxiliary
.and help this worthy work.
O. H, Fechner is busy fixing up
his flower garden between tlu-
Opera House and the Riverside
Aotel, He put a handsome wire
fence around the front of.it lasl
week,\ This greatly improves tin-
appearance of Isabel St. which i.s
becoming quite a busftiess thorough
fere again.
For Sale���1 buggy in good condition, without top. Only $25.
Apply Dale & Partridge, Union
Bay.
For Sale���-1 Cypher brooder and
incubator, cost $60, Only used
twice. Will sell two for half price
^pply Dale & Partridge, Union
Bay.
A am moth Pekin Duck Eggs for
hatching, gi per dozen. Apply
Mrs, A. Kerton, Lake Trail.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and
Main St. Vancouver, B. C Monuments, Headstones and Cemetery
Fences, the largest Monumental
works iu the west.
$175 takes an 18' new  runabout
I motor boat 4 h. p. engine,   all in
good order.    Apply at Review Office.
Lost���22' launch hull with red
trimmings last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom on Saturday. Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden. phone
59.
For Sale���Williams Class A, Artist model, engraved B flat cornet,
quick change; pearl lined pistons.
Plush lined case, with all extra
parts. Value $60, will sell for $35
Can be seen at Review Office.
For Sale���About 3 1-2 acres of
land in the City of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria. B. C
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
Slipplieaat the Ford Garage.
Go
bread,
R, Piercy has purchased
Ford car from E. C   Emde.
Lloyd   Dunham
potato patch on the
lias  leased tlle
Indian Reserve
is  a
Liet, Coleman was home from
the soldiers convalescent hospital
over Sunday.
J. A. Itodeu of Vancouver
visitor in town this week
guest of ye Editor,
Geo, Tarbell made the trip from
Cumberland on Tuesday morning
in eleven minutes
to  McBryde's  for   quality
Miss Dency Smith is moving her
millinery parlors into Mr. McPliee's
store next to Oda's tailor shop,
J. H. Macintyre was elected sec*
retary of the Patriotic Fund st the
meeting- on Friday evening last.
Mr, Geo F, Russell bas passed
a satisfactory 'examination before
Prof. Wianko. and bas been granted a Milk Tester's License for the
province of B. C.
Mr, and Mrs. Victor Shopland
errived from 1 Alberta on Friday
last. They have taken Berkley
Grieve's farm and will make their
home here in future.
A number of young people enjoyed themselves tripping tlle
" light fantastic " on tlie Maple
Leaf floor on Friday evening, the
guests of M, Fairbairn.
While tnotoiing through Coniox
on Sunday evening last a MAN
asked us to stop and have a drink,
and we bad thought the lid was on
tight in thi- district,
Mrs, Campbell gave a reception
011 Wednesday afternoon in hone r
of Mrs. Lloyd Dutiham and Mrs.
Robert Grieve. The guests were
received received by Mrs. Carroll.
Tea was poured by .virs. N, H. Boden and Misses Viola Campbell,
Annie Carroll. Mildred and Lila
Boden served the guests.
Practice for the " National
Flower " will be held on Friday
afternoon in the Presbyterian
church after school and Saturday
in the Agricultural hall at 1 o'clock
All taking part are requested to be
at the practices.
The receipts at the Masquerade
Ball given by the Bachelor Girls of
Campbell River two wee*s ago
Saturday night were as follows:
Admission $60.65 rent of costumes
$44.75: Drawing for sweater $94.50
Total $199,90, The proceeds were
for smokes and candies for the boys
who are overseas from this dissrict
The girls of Campbell River take
great inlerest in looking after the
comtort of the boys who have gone
to the trout frrm this district.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian chinch held a very
successful sale of work in the base-
ment of the church on Friday afternoon and evening. A large
quantity of work was disposed of
by the ladies iu charge of the yari-
ous booths. Afternoon tea was
served. The concert arranged by
Mrs. Robert .on was much enjoyed
by those present. The proceeds
were $113,
I On Tuesday evening lhe business
men met and appointed a committee of three to 'interview the city
council on Thursday evening and
urge them strongly to provide'an
adequate water system, We trust
it will not prove so abortive as the
attempt last year.
On Sunday afternoon a memorial
service was held in St. John's
the! Church which was attended by
the members of the Great War
VeteransjAssociation, and the members of the I, O. D. E,, who march
ed to the ���.-httrch in a body. The
scripture lesson was read by Mayor Duncan and the sermon was
preachefi by Veil, Archdeacon Collison.
"Shall we Forgive Her*" is Uie
title of** the new World-Picture
Brady Mada which will be shown
at the Maple Leaf Theatre ou Sa.
tii relay with June Elvidge and Arthur Ashley as the stars. The
drama is a film version of tbe famous stage play which was such a
tremedous success in New Yonc
and other cities. It tells if the
terrible experience cf a confiding
young girl who trusted to the good
faith of a young scoundrel who
played her false. Because sue loved him she left her hi me tnd went
west to meet (him and when she
got there he did not marry her as
had expected, bin through a.
scheme forced lief to stay with him
Later she saved the life of a prospector* who had/struck'tit rich in
tiie gold fields ami 111 return he
promised her that whenever she
needed a friend .she had but to call
on him. Still later when the girl
had escaped from the man who had
betrayed her she went east, a_d
there met a decent young chap who'
married her. Hut Mie did not tell
him of tlu: secret e*S the past. Then
when it seemed as though she wai
going to lose. her happiness when
her husband discovered what had
occurred out West, the miner who
she had befriended came to her aid
in a most remarkable manner.
Needless to say, this production is
replete with trills nnd exciting Incident-, It has been staged on au
elaborate scale and the outdoor
scenes are particularly interesting.
Safety  First
Maple   Leaf Theatre.
Saturday April 27���" Shall we
Forgive her," featuring June .Elvidge and Arthur Ashley, from the
play by Charles Tarver, directed
by Arthur Ashlay. A remarkably-
speedy production, thrilling and
unusual story, startlingly interest-
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars ing and absorbingly enteitaming.
Go to
FRASER'S
Confectionery  and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
Comox Creamery
Butter
65c per lb. this week
Anglican Services
Sunday, April 28, 191S, 4th after
Easter.
11 a.m.��� Matliusand Holy communion at Holy Trinity Camber-
land,
3 p.m.���Evensong and Sermon
at the Lazo mission.
7 15 p.m., Evensong and sermon
at St. Peter's Comox
7.30 p.111,, Evensong and sermon
at St. John's, Courteuay,
ROBERTSON'S
Drug Store
Jonteel
Talcum 35c
Powder 75c
Cream 75c
Monday April 29. " Magda
Herman Sudermao's famous drama
presented by Clara Kimball Young
in her own company, Never has
Clara Kimball Young been so beautiful on the screen- never has she
had so strong and direct a story as
in this new attraction which is
winning liet admirers by the thousands. Person:, not familiar with
the story "Magda" will read a
synopsis on page 5
Kodak
Supplies
W.G.Robertson
Cour-en-sy
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THERAPION ?����.-*,
&��*! r��Aiiir UAirnnir- worn, 'iiikrapion   is oi
.<K>vt.H--r uru-rii v> ua, autUiHi rurUTt
"Wocd'o PhBBj-toiiao.
f_�� Orrat English Homed*.
Tono-i aad laYigoratet ths whole
uer-un.eyttteua, malieanew Blood
In old Vr.i'iB, l'tir-_ Kervong
���btlity. llenttil and Brain Worry. Vespon.
ney, l.ntt *f Knergy, I'nipitntion of th*
cart, Fnlltnr Slentcry. Fries f 1 prr boi, ill
IV On *Tillii1iMr,gii will onto. Bold by til
iltd Id plnla pk_. on recclnt of
ngiliti or mailed la plnla pk_. on recti
.lea. tVeeepeimrhletmiiiled free. THC Wood
ilOICIHf CO..10I0NT0.0HT. IFnurllWIKiH.
Start a Club in your town, where the
yviiitS pro. lc can
ffallier. We build
small tables lor
l.nn.cr., and la<'_*
cr ones Ior pul>.
^ic rooms. Equip-
rent tree. Write
ils nt once lor
lull particular!,
SAMUSI. MAY ft CO.
The Raw Recruit
And How He Was Given   a   Little
Advice by a Mere Gcner.il
A story is being lolil about :i li'
tic Incident which happened ni Camp
Custer lately, General l*cmi was
passing directly in fronl of a recruil
whose education had nol sn far progressed that lip considered it a
breach of military regulations to sit
unconcernedly on au empty box and
pull :it a cigarette while an officer
was passing by. It is a well-known
fact that thc General is n "real man,"
and ;is usual he did not "bawl out"
Ihc recruit. The General went a few
paces ahead and then returned to
where the recruit wns silling and In
a tone of friendly interest inquired:
"My hoy, do you know you arc supposed to stand nt attention and salute officers who pass by?"
Tho boy replied that hc did, but
hadn't noticed any officers,
"Weill" said General I'enn, "1 am
nothing but a mere general, my boy,
but onc of these days some second
lieutenant is going to conic along
here and reprimand you severely for
your lack of observation."���Vancouver Province.
E
Dept."C'
102-104 Adelaide  St,  W���  Torontu
A Modern Solomon
A very canny person, President
Kruger, was once called upon, as
King Solomon before liim, to pass
judgment in a matter of ownership.
The case was that of two brothers,
,-. lio had be.e.i lefl a farm and could
not agree as to thc division which
hnd lo bc made. Tlicy agreed lhat,
rather than taUc the matter to thc
courts, tlicy would let President
Kruger dceidc. President Kruger
appears to have hesitated about as
litlle as King Solomon did. lie instructed the elder brother to make
v.-hai lie considered a fair division,
and then lie gave first choice lo the
younger brother, A solution like
Solomon's, both masterly and simple.
Cures Catarrh, Bronchitis,
Without Any Drugs
If you suffer from a cold, .sneez-
ing or calarrh���don't use a siiulT���
use a sensible treatment like Catarrhozone, It heals and soothes,
brings relief at once, cures thoroughly. In bronchitis and throat
I rouble no doctor can do better
ihan prescribe Catarrhozone. Try it
���scc what wonders it works���what
power it possesses. Different from
lhe old way���you inhale Catarrhozone. Get lhe dollar outfit which
includes the inhaler and is guaranteed. Smaller size 50c, sample size,
25c, nl all dealers.
Oats and Oatmeal
The following trade advantages of
lhc use of lolled oals and oatmeal in
mixed breads are pointed out by a
large concern.
"First, rolled oals and oatmeal arc
more easily obtained than their substitute ingredients; second, rolled
oats or oatmeal will absorb far more
water than wheat flour and retain it
longer; third, they arc as cheap as
any oilier ingredient, which is available; fourthly, the oatmeal loaf i.;
said lo havc a greater nutritive value
than even a straight wheat flour, and
far greater than a eoriinicl or barley
flour mixture."
A SPLENDID LAXATIVE
FOR THE BABY
llaby's Own Tabids arc a splendid
laxative for lhe baby. They are
mild but thorough in their action;
do not gripe; arc. easy and pleasant
to lake and arc absolutely free from
injurious drugs. Concerning them
Mrs. S. P. Moitllon, St. Stephen, N.
B., writes:���"1 have used Baby's
Own Tablets for a long lime and
have found them the most effective
laxative 1 have ever used for the
baby." Thc Tablets are _ sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Ont,
Wife���"You'll regret tllis quarrel."
Hubby���"What will   you do?   Go
home to mother?"
Wife���"No; I'll bring her here."
On Face that Itched & Burned.
The Soap and Ointment
Acted Like Magic.
"My skin had always been clear una
til last January when a pimple appeared
on my chin, tt burned and
itched niul of course I foolishly scratched it. Then a
scan formed that looked
like a cold sure and my face
became nearly covered.
"It was growing worse
so fast, that I sent for Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
-- I washed my face with Cuticura Soap and applied the Ointment
and they acted like magic. I have not
been troubled since." (Signed) Otto C.
llrock, Glen Sutton, Que.
Cuticura Soap is ideal for the skill
and complexion.
For Free Sample I'lach by Mail address post-curd] "Cuticura, Dept. A,
Boston, O. S. A."    Sold everywhere.
Away With Depression and Melancholy���These two evils are the accompaniment of a disordered stomach and torpid liver and mean
wretchedness to all whom they visit.
The surest and speediest way to
combat them is with Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, which will restore the
healthful action of the stomach and
bring relief. They have proved their
usefulness in thousands of cases and
will continue to give relief to the
suffering who arc wise enough to
use them.
No Use Hugging Illusions
The need for more men in the
army is primarily due to the paralysis of Kussia. Many optimists
though t that the obliteration of Russia as a military factor would ' be
compensated for by the accession of
America. So it will. But America
will not be able to strike with power in the field for some time _to
come; and meanwhile it is thc British and French armies that will have
lo sustain the brunt of fighting, it
is imperative that the British divisions should be brought tip lo
trength and that wc should havc
adequate reserves in training. It is
no use bugging illusions. Wc are
up against a powerful antagonist,
who, thanks to the chaos in Russia,
has, in boxing parlance, got "his second wind."���London Daily Chronicle.
Tliere Is more Catarrli In tills section 0��
tlie country llian all Oltrci di*e*_(_ put together, and Inr years it V.-.-13 supposed lo lie
incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cure with local
treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh
i.i a local disease, gicatly influenced by con
stitutionnl conditions and thcrclnre reqmrf3
constkitional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Lure, nianulactmcd by F. J. Cheney & Co
Toledo. Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is
taken internally and cts through the llloo.l
en the Mucous Surfaces oi the System. One
Hundred Hollar* reward is offered for any
case that Hall's Catarrh Cure tails to cure
_cud lor circulars and testimonials.
I'. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by   Druggists,  75c.
Hall's Family   Pills for constipation.
A Grippe Epidemic
Every winter Health Boards
warn against this weakening
disease which often strikes!
those who are least prepared,
to resist it   You should strengthen |
yourself against grippe by taking
SCOID
'EMULSION*
which is the cream of cod liver oil,
refined, purified and so skilfully
prepared that it enriches the blood
streams, creates reserve strength
and fortifies the lungs and throat
Don't delay���It may mean much.
Use SCOTT'S
Refuse Substitutes
Scott 4 Bowse, loroato. Oat,
IMI
W.     N.     U.     1203
Alberta's Wheat Acreage
It is estimated that Alberta will
have at least an average of fifteen to
twenty per cent, increase in acreage
available for seeding this spring over
that of last year. In view of the
large amount of summerfallow done
in favorable conditions in the past
season, at leas' twenty per cent,
more grain should be produced in
Alberta this year than in 1917. Good
authorities consider lhat this estimate is a very conservative one.
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
Food Shortage Getting Worse
The latest cable received from the
British ministry of food regarding
conditions in Europe makes it clear
that a drastic reduction in the proposed rations for Britain may bc expected by lhc end of this month.
'1 lie supply of fats and bacon is low
and increased imports arc urgently
needed. The Italian need is lhc
greatest of all. The people of Italy
havc been on bread and sugar rations for some time and severe res-
strictions have been placed on their
consumption of meat.
"Docs your son burn the midnight
oil?"
"I should say so. He's out joyriding every "night."���New York
Post.
| The Importance of Pure Seed
| Government Pamphlet Will   Be   ol
Great Value to Farmers
Turc seed is an important factor
in greater production. It might almost be said that it is the most important, for weedy seed having once
been sown, it is impossible to foretell the damage that may bc done to
the growing crop, or the disappointment that may ensue when gathering
or reaping times comes round. Hence
al lhis season of thc year, when sowing is iu prospect, a pamphlet issued
by the seed Branch of the department of agriculture at Ottawa, entitled "Cleaning Seed" is most timely
and valuable. It tells of the implements that are needed and Ihc
methods that should be followed, especially in Ihe cleaning of grain and
grass seed. A letter to the. Publications Branch, Ottawa, will bring thc
pamphlet promptly and without cost.
"My wife is like George Washing-
ion; I don't believe .she could lell a
lie lo save her soul."
"you're lucky! Mine can tell a lie
lhc minute I get it out of my
mouth I"- -Edmonton Bulletin,
He Stuck to the Truth
She���"How did yen dare tell father that you have a prospect oi $50,-
0U0 a year?"
He���"Why, 1 have, if 1 nir.rr, you."
���UoM>.n Transcript.
I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT the BEST Liniment in use.
1 go! my foot badly jammed lately. I bathed it well with M1N-
ARD'S LINIMENT, and it was as
well as ever next day.
Yours very truly,
T. G. McMULLEN.
Asthma Doesn't Wear Off Alone.
Do not make the mistake of wailing
for asthma to wear away by ilself.
While you are wailing the disease is
surely gathering a stronger foothold
and you live in danger of stronger
and yel stronger attacks. Dr. J. D,
Kellogg's .Asthma Remedy laken
early, will prevent incipient condition from becoming chronic and
saves hours of awful suffering.
"What system of healing have you
in your flat?"
"The solar system, just al present."
���New York Life.
Canadians in the Air
Mr. Rowcll makes thc startling
statement that more than twenty-five
per cent, of the men in the Royal
Flying Corps are Canadians. It is
a cause for patriotic pride that Canadian manhood is so splendidly represented in thc most adventurous
and hazardous branch of the service.
���Toronto Globe.
Minard's Liniment for  Sale   Everywhere.
"Sir, your son made an asseveration "
"Bless the boy lie's always making sonic ki I of an invention."���
Baltimore American.
Outdoor Workers
nre subject to exposure to all kinds
of weather, and strenuous outdoor
work brings the rheumatic aches. You
can't afford to be laid up, so heed tha t
first twinge of rheumatism. Use
Sloan's Liniment. Clean nnd convenient, no need to rub, no stains,
no clumsy plasters and your pain
disappears,
Spreins, llr-uns. neurtlf !��� aekee antl ttilf,
���ore imisrlw prr all relieved by llle appli*
cation ol Sloen'e Liniment.
Generpuo .'ir. bottles at all _ru_��i.li.
SlqeunL's
Linitnetit"
; KILLS PAIN
Constipation Cure
A druggist says t "For nearly
thirty years I have commended
Ihe Extract of Roots, known as
Molher Sriuei's Curative Syrup, for
the radical cure of constipation
and indigestion. It is an old
reliable remedy thai never fails
to do the work." 30 drops
thrice daily. Get the Genuine,
at druggists, _
s_rsiBs_N_^__>uror>_b-t>_N^-i
Use of Automobiles Still Increasing
The use of automobiles, especially
by farmers, continues to grow, in
the lirst six weeks fif thc presenl
year five thousand licenses were issued in Saskatchewan. This is an increase of approximately 1,501) ovei
the corresponding period of last
year.
"I-lver since I can  remember, \***'2
tills wns the most valued book In \'|
the Imokeaso."���Mrs. S. Thompson, Smith street, Kingston, Ont.
IT may bo safely said, without fear
of contradiction, that there is no
more useful book to be found in
any home than Dr. Chase's Receipt
Book. Tho proof of this statement
rests in the fact that several millions
of copies have been sold, and it is
sometimes saitl that the circulation is
second only to that of the Bible.
From the time^e began the study
of medicine it was a hobby of tho
doctor to collect all recipes and prescriptions of exceptional value. There
is so much of the doctor's own experience and history woven into these
recipes that you cannot use nis book
without feeling that you know him
personally and appreciate his sterling
character.
The Receipt Book was soon
widely circulated, and aroused
so much favorable opinion
towards thc doctor that he
found the demand for his
medicines far greater than he
could supply.  This led to tho
The latest edition of Dr.
Chase's Large Receipt
Book, containing over
1.200 pages, will be sent,
postpaid, on receipt of
price, $3.75, by Edman-
8on, Bates & Co., Ltd.,
Toronto.
"Mother lias hnd Dr. Chase's Ito-
cclpt Bonk (or 20 years, and, I tell
yon. it to a. good ono."���Mr, John
Miller, H. Belt Spring, B. O.
decision to select a few of his most
successful prescriptions and place
them on the market for general sale.
This action met with some criticism from the medical profession,
but Dr. Chase's motto was "the
greatest good to the greatest number," and one cannot estimate the
r-uffering alleviated and the lives
saved by this generous action on the
part of the doctor.
The use of Dr. Chase's medicines
has become so general that there aro
few, indeed, who do not know something of their sterling merits. So
enormous have the sales become that
imitations have been put on the
market and substitutes are offered
by unscrupulous persons who seek
to steal the reputation of their
originator.
But the doctor has protected you by having his portrait
and signature printed on
every box of his medicines.
By taking care to see these on
the box you buy you can be
certain that you are getting
the genuine.
Dr. A. W. Chase's medicines are for sale by all
dealers, or sent on receipt of price by Edman-
son, Bates & Co., Ltd..
Toronto.
1 THE    RWIEW,    COUUTNEY,    B.    a
a
Copenhagen
Chewing
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
It 19 manufactured
tobacco in its purest
form.
Tt lias a pleasing
flavor
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
tor man's use.
COPENHAGEN;!
SNUFF
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War on Land and Sea
RAW FURS
WB require immediately One  Million Fire  Hundred
ThoiiMnd Muskrat Skins (1,500,000), and  Fifty
Thouwnd Bearer Skim (50,000).
We have no time to issue Price Lists. Don't ask for
any. Ship us your Muskrats. We will pay the very highest
Market Prices. Put your own valuation on them if jou
Wish, but ship to us. A trial shipment will convince ynu
lhat we are the best buyers of Raw Furs in the World.
We have Stacks of Money.
We are no Pikers.     ���
We are in the Market for the Entire Canadian Catch.
We buy all kinds of Canadian Raw Fnrs.
The George Monteitli Fur Go.
21 JARVIS STREET   -   TORONTO, ONTARIO
FURTHER AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
AS BASISOFFUTURE PROSPERITY
WORKINGS OF AGRICULTURAL INSTRUCTION ACT
A Wide Field is Iking Covered by tlie Assistance of the Federal
Governnieni in Setting Aside the Sum oi Ten Million Dollars
For Distribution Among ibe Provinces
The promotion of welfare of the
agricultural community us a basis for
the industrial and commercial prosperity of the country, was thcr object aimed at by the parliament of
Canada when, in iy 13, at the instance of the then minister of ami-
culture, the Honorable Martin Burrell, it adopted the measure known
as the agricultural instruction act.
By means of this act thc sum of
ten million dollars was set apart for
distribution among the provinces over a .period of ten years to provide
for a greater extension of instruction
and education for those engaged in
farming.
A NERVOUS
BREAKDOWN
Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Restored
Her Health.
Newark, N. J.-" For about three
years 1 suffered from nervous breakdown and got so
���weak 1 could hardly
Bland, anil had headaches every .day. I
-���tried everything I
> could think of and
was under a physician's care for two
years. A girl friend
had used Lydia E.
iPinkham's Vege-
} table Compound and
she told mo about
jit. From tho first
I day I tookitlbegan
"to feci better and
now I am well and
5^-v able to do most any
\> kind of work. I
"������' havo been recommending the Compound ever since and give yon my permission to publish this letter."-Miss
Flo Kelly, 476 So. 14th St., Newark,
The reason this famous root and herb
remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, was so successful in Miss
Kelly's case was because it went to the
root of her trouble, restored her to a
normal healthy condition and as ��� result
her nervousness disappeared
W.    N.     U.     1202
An investigation made prior to the
introduction of thc measure lias revealed two outstanding deficiencies
in connection with agricultural development, In liar lirst instance, the
response to thc teachings of colleges
of agriculture and experimental
farms was too slow to effect au immediate .ind noteworthy improvement in the. conditions surrounding
larm life, The second weakness was
found in the fact that little or no
attempt was being made to adapt the
country's educational system lo the
specific requirements of country
boys ami girls, Tiie form of instruction was the same whether the child
was destined for employment in the
country or in the town.
The placing of funds at the disposal of tin; provinces in the maimer
indicate.! lias !--d to a much wider
extension of i-.istruetion.il work
among the men and women and boys
r-.r.-.'d girls who arc living on the laud.
A marked development of ihe short
course idea has resulted in the extension of courses in agricultural
topics and in household science
throughout thc country. These
courses are designed nol nnly for
farmers and their wives but lor the
young men and women who have left
school and arc about to actively cuter upon the affairs of liie. Itl the
sc'uools themselves an attempt i.s being made to develop a system of instruction which will utilize ihe objects associated with rural life *s a
medium through which to cdtir,;;.-
the child. In the higher departments of education, the efficiency of
the provincial colleges of agriculture has been promoted, and, in several provinces, at least, schools of an
intermediate grade, a.s between the
public school and iiie agricullttr.il
college, havc been established, The
object of these special schools is to
provide vocational training in agri-
culture and household science. As
time goes on and their usefulness is
demonstrated, it is certain that, owing to thc financial assistance given
by the act, their influence will be
greatly extended. How wide a field
is being covered by agricultural instruction work is indicated in a
pamphlet just issued by the Dominion Commissioner of Agricultural Instruction, Mr. W. J. Black. It is entitled "Agricultural Instruction in
Canada," and a copy may be had on
application to thc Publication
Branch of thc Department of Agriculture at Ottawa.
The    Navy    Is    Helpless    Without
Army's Aid
Archibald Herd, the naval critic of
the Daily Telegraph, of London,
does not look for any immediate and
remarkable change in allied naval
straiegy as a consequence of lhc
recent changes in the Britisii admiralty, and in n recent article the Telegraph he develops his reasons therefor as follows:
"1 have heard il remarked lhat
Admiral Jellicoe did not give the
counlry much of a show. That criticism points io complete ignorance
of the character of naval power and
its limitations. 1 do not anticipate
that the new first sea lord will give
the nation a belter show than his
predecessor, for the simple reason
that no man, however keen his lighting edge and however anxious to defeat the enemy, dare ignore the permanent factors governing war by
sea, of the fleet's responsibility to
the army, with its long and exposed
lines ol communication,
"Ships eannot    fight    forts.     The.
ion  German coast line is  studded
iiii  forts, as  the   Belgian  coast  is
so defended. It is the universal ex-
. irience al sea that in such conditions the stronger fleet can do litlle
or nothing without the co-operation
of military force, 11 is a common
error to speak of thc navy a.s one
ruin and llur army as another] thc
army is ihe extension of the sea
power of a maritime country, and its
co-operation is essential ashore if the
navy i.s to fulfill its mission afloat���
in other words, compel the enemy to
fight.
"The admirals who Hew their Hags
during the last great war had to
maintain their blockade in patience
during weary in.ml lis, because the
country did not possess the military
power which could have driven the
enemy ships to sea or circumstances
did not favor such a course.
"Today wc possess an army which,
including Indian and Dominion
Iroops, exceeds 6,000,000 men. But
that army has never been employed
as the extension of our sea power in
the sense illustrated, for instance, by
Gen. Sir George Aston, R.M.A., in
Ins studies on amphibious war.
"Our military strategy may havc
been influenced by events beyond our
control, bur. it remains a fact that wc
have never possessed what Mr.
Lloyd George in his last speech des-
cribed as an army oi manoeuvre���au
army to be used as the projectile of
the licet, and discharged at the weakest point on the enemy's front by
surprise. The Japanese, in their two
wars, were more fortunate, as -aere
the Americans. It was thc Japanese
army which forced the Chinese lleet
out of Port Arthur and Wci-hai-wci;
the American army compelled thc
Spanish fleet to leave Santiago, to
accept overwhelming defeat by sea;
the Russo-Japanese war is of such
recent date thai it is hardly necessary to recall that Japanese troops,
and not Japanese seamen, captured
Port Arthur, evicting the Russian
licet.
"The sea controls the land, as our
experience is showing, but the limitations of naval power exist, and apply not only to the German bases,
but to tlie Belgian coast."   ���
Vacant Lot Production
Canada Food Board Urges Al! Possible Garden Cultivation
at Home
The Canada food board has entered upon an active propaganda to
increase thc cultivation of vacant
lots and home gardens:. Thc board
makes ail urgent appeal to every horticulturist and retired farmer in thc
Dominion to place their knowledge
at tlie disposal oi the various local
cultivation organizers. There is very
great necessity of increased production in every direr tion and the board
is anxious that the earliest possible
start bc made this spring. Vacant
lot and garden production is second
only in importance to iarni cultivation. The growing of food for home
consumption eliminates transportation waste with attending cost of
labor and fuel. I'he boanl hopes
that no one capable of intelligently
assisting in this important work wiil
withhold such ..s-'Stancc at this critical -tage.
Brazil has, for the period of thc
war, abolished all private wireless
stations and plants.
BRUCE'S FAMOUS ROOT SEEDS
Bruce'* Giant Feeding Beet���In two colors, white and rose, *
cross between Sugar Beet aud Mangel, splendid croppers and keepers,
and unequalled (or feeding, easily harvested. }i lb. joe;'/, lb. 55c; 1 lb.
$1.00; 5 lbs. $4.75 postpaid.
BniCe'S Mammoth White Carrot���A half long variety, heavy
cropper, splendid quality, easily harvested, grand keeper. ], lb, 60c;
y, lb. $1.10; lb. $1.00 postpaid.
Bruce't Giant Yellow Mangel���An intermediate variety, liear**
cropper, good keeper, of splendid feediu-r quality and easily harvested.
X lb. 30c; J. lb. 55c; lb. $1.00; 5 lbs. $4.75 postpaid.
Bruce's Selected Swede Turnip���A grand purple top variety,
splendid for tlie table and also for feeding cattle.   A grand keeper
and shipper.   % lb. 40c; '/, lb. 75c; 1 lb. $1.40; 5 lbs. $6.75.
FREE: Our valuable 112-page catalorue of Seeds, Plants, Bulbs,
Implements and Poultry Sufp.ies.    Write/or it to-day.
John A. Bruce & Co., Ltd. E.uuuiedsi-----Eii_t.._-.
The American Sector
American    Troops     Prepared    and
Confident When Big Clash
Comes
They arc trained and seasoned
men for the most part, these regiments which on January 19 took over thc Lorraine sector, not for instruction any longer, but as a permanent first-line force. Their mastery of the tcchnic of bayonet and
-grenade has 'won repeated praise
from      French      teachers. With
France's own gun, the 75, tlicy arc
reported to have surpassed French
artillery standards for speed and efficiency of fire.
With theni, too, however, arc
rookies from the replacement drafts,
sometimes as many as 600 to a regiment, including not only men of the
national guard, but men from civilian
life only last fall. They arc scattered among thc "veterans" of their
own army in the trenches in order
that they may learn war's lessons
more quickly than in the camps; and
ilrcady they have proved their metal.
The Lorraine line is no -sinecure,
no holiday place. Every day sees
small engagements o( patrols, raiding parties, artillery duels, as Germans and Americans feel each other
out. This is the hour of expentaney.
French and Britisii commanders
alike are tensely waiting for th
German blow to fall. When it docs
fall, the American sector will feel its
l-art���and will be ready.���From the
Boston Globe.
How Profits Swell
Eggs travel long distances in these
ib.vs- .'i high cost 01 living.
On Feb. IS last, Mr, A. J. Claguc,
of Toronlo, bought some eggs from
a Toronto grocer at 60 ctnts a dozen. They were marked "T. J. Ur-
ton, Duck Lake, Sask." Curious as
to the history of the. eggs, Mr.
Claguc wrote to Mr. Urton for information. In reply be was told that
the eggs were sold by Mr, Urton 14
months ago at 20 cents a dozen.
"You can tell your grocer that he is
sure making use of thc high cost of
living," added thc Saskatchewan
'nan.
/German Press Fable
German newspapers have informed their readers that New York City
for its protection has girded itself
with a barbed wire fence _65 miles
in length.
The Germans also have been told
that 50,000 soldiers are guarding the
port of New York, that rigorous
measures have been taken in Chicago
and elsewhere and that Hobokcn is
deserted.
How India Helps
India's Interest in War Has Grown
of Late
A despatch from Delhi says that
in the past few months India's keen
interest in the war has been growing
remarkably. All her strength has
been brought in to assist the empire and the allies. Slight inconveniences of war are being cheerfully
counteracted by the women of India, who are ever, playing a more
useful part in all war work. The
latest recruiting figures make a remarkable showing and thc enthusiasm of the fighting classes and the
g. nerous flow of war contributions
from Indian princes and rajahs continue unabated. The latest gifts include the offer of Rao Ctitch to continue until the end of the war an annual payment of ��36,000 for expenses of an Indian infantry regiment
and Gaekwar Baroda's gift of
��33.000.
Stropping a Razor on the Hand
It is claimed that the finest strop
for a razor is the fleshy part of one's
hand below the little finger. If it is
a safety razor blade grasp it between
thc thumb and first finger of the
right hand and strike finger nail and
blade at tlie same time on the fleshy
part of the left hand. If yon will do
it slowly at first thc motion becomes automatic. A little vaseline
on the cutting edge is said to keep
tbe blades constantly in first class
condition.
Exports to Germany
Not only cotlon and silk, but foodstuffs as well, have been exported to
Germany by way of Switzerland in
the past two years, according to latest charges involving Urban deputies and merchants acting as agents
for former German firms. It is
pointed out, says a despatch trom
Rome, that exports to Switzerland in
1917 amounted to 407,000,000 lira as
against 396,000,001) in 1916 and 314,-
000,1)00 in 1915. One-half of the exports last year arc said to have been
such goods as silk ami eotton net:.!
cd in Italy for war supplies.
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PAIN?   NOT A BIT!
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OR CALLUSES OFF
No  humbugl     Apply  few  drops    !
then just lift them  away f
with fingers.
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This new drug is en eiirer coi:.-
pound discovered by a Cineiiinat-
chemist. It is called Iree-
zone, and can now be obtained in tiny bottles ts
here shown at trcry lit'lu
cost from any drur?
^lorc. Just ask for free--
zone. Apply a drop or
two directly upon a tender corn or callus and instantly llie soreness disappears. Shortly you will
find the -corn or callus so
loose that you can hit it
off, root and all, with the
lingers.
Net a twinge of pain,
soreness or irritation; no��
even the slightest smarting, either when applying
freezone or afterwards.
This drug doesn't 'it
up the corn or callus, b,:t
shrivels them so they
loosen and come righl
out. It is no humbugl It
works like a charir.. Foi
a few cents you can gel
rid of every hard corn, soft corn 01
com between the toes, as well ai
painful calluses on bottom of youi
feet.' It never disappoints and nevet
burns, bites or inflames. If youi
druggist hasn't any freezone yet,
teb him to get a little bottle for yon
front his wholesale house.
Plot Hatched in New York
The plan to overthrow the Rus
sian ��� government was hatched i:i
New York by Leon Trotzky and
four hundred other "soap box orators," on the East Side, according ta
a statement made by James F, Dwy-
police inspector and head of th-.
home defence league, in an addres"
recently. "The police learned of the
plot," said the inspector, "but wcr'.
unable to follow the reports to any
definite source, until the departure
of the band for Russia. Trolzky, oi
Leon Dratmsteiii, as we know hinj,
was at the time a member of till
home defence league."
Yon Look As YOU FEEL
You know well enough when your liver is loafing.
CONSTIPATION S^^SSSi!?,^
Your skin soon gets tha bad news, It
grows dull, yellow, muddy and unsightly.
Violent purgatives are not what you
seed���Just tho gentle help ol thla old.
time standard remedy.
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
���ianit-ir*
ABBK?ttt_U".& pARTER'S IRON PILLS
many colorless (ace* but V-ttwIU greatly help most pal.-faced people. TII COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly  Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B. C.
N. H. Hopbn, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription 11.60 per Year in  Advance
J2.(K) per annum if not si} paid
THURSDAY Al'RII, 52, I91S
A business bouse in Quebec re.
centlj- sent an order for merchandise to Philadelphia. Tlie American bouse returned: the order
promptly together with a notification thai dealings' with Quebec
were no longer desired-.
Tiie need for more men is resulting in closer scruting of Class
i men under exemption, The authorities an- evidently averse to
calling mil Class _��� men until absolutely necessary, and Uu n not
ninii every lit bnclieloi is in kabki
Growing interesl is being displayed in Comox Vnllev I inn lands
and those having' such lands for
sale will do well lo judiciously ;ni-
veitise ihein 11 is iii small rather
than iu l.u-,,e holdings that interest is, being uauifesled, and it is no
good quoting such figttreis boom
time flguies
The dayli��ht saving sclifnie.con.-
stitutes another useful War measure
passed iulo law by the Union Government. Such legislation was desirable if only to bring Canada into
hue with S'.ates, put the extra
hour of daylight secured for those,
other -.ban argictilturists and other
already earl} risen, who have fix
ed hours of labour .and who desire
to "do their bit" bv land cultivation, etc. will l.c invaluable. Most
of ns won!-1 prefer to ("tart work an
hour earlie | u s mn er .11 on ths'; and
1 be sat inc. of artific al light will 1 e
a greal 1 coin my.
sons who are not yet in kabki, do
uot disguise their dislike for the
men who have Sacrificed positions,
and homes in order to risk their
lives. One such person the other
day expressed regret that a certain
young lady was actually going to
throw herself away���in holy ma-1
tritnony upon a returned soldier, I
She did not know either of the,
contracting parties, Many Jpeople
tlii.tik that a uni'u who becomes 11!
soldier is no good for anything 1
else upon l*is discharge, Today in
b'ranee, Flanders, Italy antl (elsewhere there are hundreds nf thousands of men liiifnting themselves
lor civil life, acoiiliiig to these
croakers. Vet the men iu kabki
are a.s representative as any aggregation of men in civil lite. There
ate just as many grades of character, efficiency, intelligence, and so
on, to be found in soldiers ns iu
stay at home slackers. Hilt the
oldiei'S bnve responded to the call
of duly, w.l.ich i. iiie highest class
of efficiency, and lhe rest either
could or v
I he si lilier w ir
the belter in :o
fewer failllli s ;;i
characters found
lotined the King'
Wt
a couple of weeks ago
of tbe scurvy treatment meted out
to returned soldiers by the 11. C
grveinme.it. Tbe blame must he
laid upon tbe people of British Co
hinibia for allowing the government
to continue such treatment. As a
matter of tact, a lar^e number of
people of B. C, mainly mothers of
noi. Therefore,
bis faults, is
i('."-tliei'e will be
I -more sterling
un nig Ihose who
s uniform, It is
for the people then to gel moving
first to secure better recognition of
the rights ui' ihe returned men. and
secondly to treat them better tliem
.-l-'t-s.
Who?
Sister Smlie's now a bell-hop,
III a sur!l Ir i'i I,
Cousin laiey 'li-ives a taxi,
So dries A 1] nalrel.
Mother runs nn elevator,
Aunl June carries mail,
Grandma':-' --.iiirdiiig aliens,
At the enmity jtlil.
Win 11 the , reel wnr is ended,
Ami the boys come back,
Wonder who will rock the cradle-
Jill or Jack?
Tommy���Uncle, what's chagrin?
Uncle-Well, it's what a stout
man teels when he runs aud jumps
into a train that doesn't start for
twenty minutes;���Iixchauge,
s. 0
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
HEADQUARTERS FOR;
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B.  LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard ("-irriai*;? Builder
COURTENAY
Esquimalt  &   Nanaimo  Railway
For
TRAIN SERVICE:
Victoria���11.35    Monday,  Wednesday    and
Friday, connecting at Parksville Junction with train
for Port Alberni,
l From   Vi*toria---9.00   Tuesday,    Thursday,   and
j Saturday, connecting at Parksville Junction with
I train from  Port   Alberni, and]arriving at Courte-
' nay at 16.10.
Phone RQ60
D. B. NICKERSON
Agent CWteiij,
Campbells
*,M C*��?
fill
d��a%���^dce
Corsets
Graceful
Comfortable
Models
for all figures���always on sale
nere.
Campbells
CUMERL AND
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be   Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
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Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at rensouab'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
-���������ii  ts Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach  &  Field
PIANO & ORGAN
Tutt'ng and Repairing
W. j. GOARD
Here about Apl. 1
Leave order, at Review of fie
Scores of Housewives are Using
Royal
Standard
flour
and
Royal Standard Rye Flour
These War Time Days
niul ara producing bread of sueh delicious wholcsomeuess Hint
the demand for these popular " conservation " Flours is con-'
stunt]*.' on the increase. Used in conjunction, say 75 per cent of
'��� Royal Standard Wheat I'lour " nntl 25 per cent, ol "-Royal
Standard Rye flour," or three puts to one, the resultant loaf is
a treat indeed. Women have been quick t" see it spills economy
in theltomc baking ns well ns patriotic conservation iu flour,
" Royal Standard I'lour " is made from the very choicest grain
obtainable today. Careful selection in the greal Canadian North
west Is followed by exacting tests in out- own local laboratory,
As a consequence the l-'lour is" absolutely dependable under all
circumstances.
Ask ypur grejeer for these popular* braiuls when ordering.   I.ook
lor tlle trademark, the "Circle V," on every sack.
|   Royal Standard Grain Product? Agency
Phone 33, End ol Bridge
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COURTENAY TAILOR "
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.  KUSHIDA
&v.
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
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LIME
A few barrels left, partly  air slaked,  but Rood  for white-
' washing or for land.  $1.50 each
Golden Bantam Corn
The sweetest best and one of the earliest table corns. 25c a lb
1000 headed Kale, lb  25c
Rape 20c
We carry a full line of Mangels,  Carrots, Turnips, etc
B. & K. Baby Chick Food- Scientifically balanced to supply
every want of the chicks up  to six weeks of age.     Ask your
grocer or obtain from us direct,     From  six  weaks upwards
use B. & K. Development Food, /
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
The Telephone and
Its  Part
The telephone hns it's part in the grent game of doing our utmost
ill these times. That faculty is provided for every moment, business
and otherwise, is due to a large extent to excellent telephone service.
The demand for telephone service in llritish Colutnbln today is greater
than ever, nud extensions are being made to outside plant inid additions to equipment The telephone is n utility thnt must lie .ready
when it is needed, Not only will you find your service available at any
hour, but daily it is becoming of more value to yon, because you are
able each day to reneh n greater number of other people than the dny
before.
British  Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
Still There's Nothing Like Leather
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
| |Next to Hardv & Biseoe
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Quit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courlei.ey THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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There are:
���00    branches   of    Canadian
Y.M.C.A. in Prance.
���70 branches in England.
-  Dozens of Y.M.C.A. dug-outs
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yourself i.i the muddy cold trenches fiitef
and long nights of mortal danger and in-
s U illi.   Rushing "whiz-bat ;gs" and s'cream-
: no it-peelers ef persons.   You are hit!
! jjs-iin' yen slill can face the long weary
i. .' station. Weary, overwrought and de-
y in *5*i'ld imaginings of that other coming
rrr.i. There are other "walking wounded,"
:. vrr.it, wait.    And then���
Up comes a cheery Y.M.C.A. man, the ever-present "big brother"
to the soldier, with words cf manly encouragement. Close beside the dressing station the good generous folks at home have
enabled him to set up a canteen. He hands you biscuits, and
chocolate or coffee.
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$2,250,000/ May 7, 8, 9
, Canada-Wide Appeal
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hospitals
���More than 00,000
tea and coffee distributed daily
in France���free.    Estimated
cost for 8 months, 818,000.
���1*0,000 magazines distributed
fr?e every mouth. (Estimated
cust $15;000.)
���$125,000 used in 1017 to build
huts in France.
���Concerts, sing-songs, good-
nirjlit services aud persona:'
interviews energetically conducted. Concerts, lecture:,
etc., cost $5,000 a month'.
���Thousands of soldiers decide
for the better life,
���Y.M.C.A. sells many needful
things to soldiers for their
convenience, Profits, if any,
all spent for benefit of soldiers,
���Service to boys in Camp
hospitals.
���Red Triangle Chilis for soldiers
in   Toronto,   St.   John   and
. Montreal. Centres iu Paris and
London for men on leave.
���Out of Red Trian_le Fund,
SiTi.OOO to be contributed to
the War Work of thcY.W.C.A.
Boys!
Here's your chance to do a fine
stroke in the big war I Help the
Y.M.C.A. to help your big bro-
" rers overseas by joining in the
"In thousands of cases," writes an officer, "it was that first hot
cup of coffee that dragged the man back to life and sanity."
The tremendous helpfulness of the Y.M.C.A. as an aid to the if
"morale,"   or fighting  spirit,  of the soldiers is   everywhere .. ��� i  _--�����
praised.    No wonder the Germans make every effort to smash Esril 3.11.1  GlV6
the Y.M.C.A. huts out of existence. g-. .
The Y.M.C.A. is everywhere.   You fuse met the helpful, Campaign
manly Y.M.C.A. worker in camp, then on train and boat, at
camp in England and in France, close to the firing line. Often
he risks his life to reach you in the trenches. He has won the
warmest praise from military authorities, statesmen���the King!
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Have you a precious boy at the front? You cannot be "over
there" to guide him away from fierce temptations of camp and
city. You cannot comfort him in his supreme hour of trial.
Your parcels to him are necessarily few. But the Y.M.C.A.,
thank God, is "over, there," going where you cannot go���doing
the very things you long to do���doing it for you and for him.
Will you help? This vast organization of helpfulness needs at
least $2,250,000 from Canada for 1918. For your boy's sake be
GENEROUS!!
Six thousand Canadian older
boys arc invited to cam and
give at least Ten Dollars ($10) to
the Red Triangle Fund. That
means $00,000 in all! Splendid I
Five thousand dollars will be
used for boys' work in India and
China; another So.OOO for the
National lioys' Work of Canada,
and $50,000 to help big brothers
in Khaki. Ask your local
Y.M.C.A. representative for mi-
formation and pledge card.
When you havc subscribed one
or more units of Ten Dollars, you
will receive a beautifully engraved certificate.
National Council, Young Men's Christian Associaf on
Campaign Directors for Western Canada
British Columbia:   J. S. Rankin, 607 Board of Trade Bldg., Vancouver
Alberta i   John Hanna, City Hall, Calgary
Saskatchewan t T. D. Patton, Y.M.C.A., Regina
Manitoba < J. H. Crocker, 1106 McArthur Bldg., Winnipeg
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Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
The repori   is  current that the
Land Settlement   Board   may buv
the large Coldstream   Ranch near
Vernon and subdivide it into smal-
er ranches for returned soldiers,
Men dancers are becoming scarcer in Kaslo, and, at these functions nowadays, the Kootenanian
says the ladies have to dance with
themselves or play the wallflower
part of ihe time.
"MAGDA"
At the Maple Leaf Theatre
Monday, April 29th.
Aside from its general excellence ns a
stoiv and its splendid construction ns a
play, "Magda." Herman Suueruian's
famous ilrniiin, depicts a powerful lessou
The pitv r.l ignorant parents and the
havoc liiev wreak in the 1 ves of tln-ir
children, is shown in a seriesof intense-
l\-'dramatic moves aud Clara Kimball
Voting Wlio is starring in llic screen product! >n released by the Select Pictures,
ieels that iu the role ol Mftgds she has
found a congenial vehicle.
Magda is the daughter of a man who
rules his household with n rod of iron.
_k- believes that his children should be
.ui echo ol himself and resents any attempt nt self-expression. Unlike her
mpther and younger sister Marie, Magda
ipposes the martinet's will on all ocea-
lions ni-il her resistance culls down his
stormy wrath. These clashes bring out
the worst nn both sides and set the small
household ou end, .Magda's beauty nnd
lovely voice . iu her the admiration of
many, but her father is care ulto nip any
vanity.^
Into the unhappy household comes a
new element ol discord. Magda's youth
und charm attract the attention ol her
pastor, and the churchman appeals to
lier lather for permission to j..:\ his addresses, Uufortttnatel* Magda does not
care for the good man and rejects his
advances. Amazed that r-iie should dare
assert hersell iu the matter, her I.-.: er
orders lier to reconsider, hut-the girl reins, s point blank, [licensed at this exhibition of uudaughterly conduct, he de- *
Clares that she must either wed the pastor or leave his house. Equally determined to assert herself in this particular
instance. Magda leaves home and goes
to a neighboring city.
After-ten years, during which many
changes have passed over her head.
Magda comes hack to her home town a
greal singer, famous alike lor her lovely
voice and her rare beauty. AsMadalene
Dull' Orto, the noted'prima dona she
conies to lake prut ill a bi_ musical festival and is showered with honor- b*j the
Governor aud his staff.
Her father, Impressed hy her succ ss.
but unable to realize that she has earned
a right to her own life, Announces pompously that be will forgive her, but that
she must leave the hotel an.1 come home.
Magda fond of her lather in spite of his
obstinate highhandedness, CDDS__.ts to
thearratigcuie: ton couditton thathe tsfe
her nothing iu regard to her life during
the past ten yeais. The old man grud j
ingly aceeeds to her stipulation ami
Magna once agaiu takes up her* life under the home roof.
But her'couilug is a mistake. Her
father chafes under the con iitii n ihe
has imposed. The prim neighbors ire
amazed at her affluence and shocked ut
her careless unconventional ways, lies
offer to dower Marie, the little sister, in
order that she may marry well, makes
fifr talk, and Manila and her father tremble always oil the verge ofs.iissensrou.
Then eunies the meeting of Von Kell-
ner at he*- father's home. Years before
when struggling along poor ami friendless, Von Kellner had won her love, betrayed niul deserted her. Now a rising
man in the community, he i.s anxious to
pre erve his immaculate reputation, fn
a tense scene Magna denounces him.
tells him for the first time of the child
she had borne him, how she had worked
night and day singing in the cafes am*
resorts to keep the baby from starving.
On this scene enters MaTua's father an.l
sensing something between them forces
Magda to a confession.
Intolerably hurt by the sordid tale, his
pride Hung itl the mire, the old man declares that he will challenge Von Kellner
Hut the latter, anxious to avoid the ensuing scandal, declares himself more
than ready to marry Magda. "Once again
Magda and her lather clash over the issue of marriage. Magda with her splendid career befole her, her independence
hardly won, resents tlle idea of marriage
with a mini who has proved himself so
ignoble.
Finally won over by the sight of her
father's suffering and the persuasion of
the pastor, her former suitor, she agrees
to the ceremony. Before it takes place
however, Von Kellner makes two conditions ; she must give up her career and
also her child. Magda flares up in
splendid wrath and refuses to consider
the arrangement any further. She orders
Von Kellner from the lnuse and declares
that her child comes first.
The father determined that Magda
shall enfer the holy state ol matrimony,
promises Von Kellner on his word ol honour to make Magda do as he wishes.
When the others have left he tries to
force the girl lo llis wishes, and then
realizing that she will never consent,
locks the door and in a tenre scene
threatens to kill both himself" ami her
unless she obeys him. As he draws the
pistel on her he is seized by a stroke of
paralysis and dies. Magna is thus left
lreeto choose her own lines.
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In a sense, this was puzzling, for
she had, in an extra degree, the fastidious refinement that marked the
rest, and with it a touch of tjuict
haughtiness. Although she often
smiled, she was characterized by a
restful calm, and her glance was
Steady and level. Alice was tall,
with unusually regular features,
brown eyes, and brown hair, but
Foster could not analyze her charm,
which was somehow strengthened by
a hint of reserve. Hc was in the
glow of the fire and Imagined that
she once or twice gave hint a glance
ol  thorough scrutiny.
Thc room was getting dim, but
lights had not been brought, and thc
red glow- outside filled the large ob
long of llic casement window. Dark
lir branches cut against the lurid color and Foster, looking oul, saw the
radiance strike through the straight
rows of trunks.
"Something like Ontario, isn't it?'
said Featherstone, indicating; the
trees.
"Yes, in a way, but there's a difference," Foster replied. "In eastern
Manitoba and Ontario the bush is all
choked and tangled, and runs nearly
eight hundred miles. The small
pines arc half burned in places; in
othr.l'-i they're wrecked fttlit rotten,
and lean across each other us ii lhcy
wrcc drunk. Then you can travel all
day wilhout finding an opening, unless it's a lonely lake P.r a river tumbling among thc rocks."
"It sounds depressing," Mrs.
Featherstone remarked. "Wc must
hope yon will find your stay here a
pleasant change."
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"The curious tiling is that it doesn't feel strange. All I've seen so
far, including lh- Garth, scons familiar."
"But perhaps lhat isn't remarkable.
Vou arc English and wcrc, I dare
say, brought up in lire counlry and
used  to our mode of life."
Foster saw Alice glance at him
and  felt  hc  must  be  frank.
"No," he said, "my life in Kngland was different from yours. h
was spent in monotonous work, and
when I went home al night lo a
shabby room in a si net of small,
dingy houses, il was too late, and 1
was often too dejected, to think of
amusements. Twice I spent a glorious ten days among the hills, but
that was ail 1 saw of Kngland unspoiled by tramway lines and smoke,
rind lhe holidays cost a good deal ol
self-denial. Railway fares were a
serious obstacle,''
Alice smiled, Inn he thought the
look she gave him liinl.d at approval.
"Self-denial isn't so unusual as you
seem to think," slu   said.    "Wo know
something about it at ihc Garth,"
"Hut you sent my partner money
when hc needed it," Foster answered
wondering how far he could go.
"Tiie last time il was a large amount
and helped us lo luni an awkward
comer, ln fact, wc should have
gone tinder for a time if il hadn't
come, and I remember feeling that I
owed much to friends 1 might never
sec, because I shared thc benefit
with your brother. In its Western
sense, partner mean-; more than a.
business associate."
"That is obvious," Alice, rejoined
quietly, but with meaning.
"The main thing is that the money
seems to have been well spent,"
Featherstone interposed. "For llll
that, wc don't know much about
what Lawrence did with it, or, indeed, about his life in Canada."
"It's curious that one gets out of
the way of writing home in the
West, and it's often difficult to give
one's friends a clear idea of how one
lives.    Things are different "
Mrs. Featherstone smiled, and
Foster paw that his wish to make
excuses for his comrade's negligence
was understood. Featherstone, however, was  franker than  he expected.
"There wcrc good reasons for
Lawrence's not writing home and
tlicy made it awkward for us lo write
to him for a time.     You can   now
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Foster began with sonic hesitation
by relating how he had first met his
comrade in the ehnrncd-up mud outside a logging camp afler a dispute
with the bullying manager, The men
wero beaten, but Lawrence and two
or three more from lhc river gang
would not give in, and started in the
rain, without blankets and with very
little food, which a sympathetic cook
stole for them, on a long march to
the nearest settlement. There, lhcy
look a contract for clearing land,
and F'ostcr described how they lived
in rude hark shrieks while lhcy idled
the trees and piled them up for
burning. It was strenuous work, and
having been unable to collect then-
wages from the lumber firm, the
ciolhes they could  not  replace went
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to pieces and they slept, for thc most
part, in the wet rags llicy wore by
day. But they held out until the
work was done and paid for. Fos . r
tried to do his comrade justice and
thought hc had not exaggerated, for
Lawrence's philosophic good humor
had encouraged the rest and smooth
ed over difficulties that threatened
to break up the gang.
Then he stopped and glanced at
the others, wondering whether In-
had said too much or bad drawn a
picture lhcy shrank from contemplating. Mice's eyes wcrc steadily
fixed ou liim. Mrs. Featherstone
looked grave, but there was a hint
of proud satisfaction in her husband's face. Somewhat to his surprise Foster saw that he had not
jarred or bored them.
"Yotl made good; I believe that's
the proper phrase," said Featherstone,   "Co on, please."
Foster did so. His adventures liii'l
not appeared remarkable when they
happened, and he did not think himself much of a story teller, but lie
meant to do bis best, for his partner's sake. It would be something
if he could show Lawrence's people Uu- courage and cheerfulness
with which he had faced his troubles. Stilt, hc thought it better to
vary the theme, and related how
they engaged themselves as salesmen at a department store, where
Lawrence rashly undertook to serve
llic drugs and prescribed for confiding customers until a mistake lhat
might have bad disastrous consequences led in his being fired. Foster went with him, and they next
undertook to cook, without any useful knowledge of the art, for a railroad construction gang. Their incompetence became obvious when
Lawrence attempted to save labor
by putting a week's supply of desi-
cated apples to soak al once, with
the consequence that the floor of the
caboose was covered with swollen
fruit that had forced itself out of the
pot. One of the gang, who went in
to steal some fried pork, declared
that tbe blamed apples chased him
down the steps.
Feathcrstonc's chuckle was encouraging, but Foster glanced at
Alice and thought he read another
emotion than amusement in her
sparkling eyes. It was now nearly
dark, but the glow of the fire touched the faces of his audience and nobody seem to think of ringing for
lights.
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He went on to describe their retreat in winter from a worthless mineral claim, where they had remained
until the snow surprised them when
their food was nearly done Eight
or nine miles a day was the most
they could drag Iheir hand sledge
through thc tangled bush, and Foster got his foot frozen through
sleeping in wet boots. The frozen
part galled inlo a wound, but with
provisions running out tlicy could
not slop to rest. The tent and half
llieir blankets had to bc thrown
away and Lawrence hauled liim ou
ihc sledge ovcr rocks and fallen
logs, with the temperature at forty
degrees below, until they reached a
frozen river, down which he struggled against a savage wind.
(To lie t-onlinueO.)
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An appreciative small boy added
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MRS. MERCREDI
She Had Been III Two Years and
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Speeding Up at Panama
The operation of the Panama can
al has been .speeded up so that vessels are now passing through it in
a I rifle more than four hours, a reduction of more than ,11) per cent,
within lhc last six months. (Inly a
decade or Iwo ago, big windjammers
were sometimes four weeks in doubling Cape Horn, while steamships using the Straits of Magellan usually
took a similar period iu running
around the Soulh American t-onti-
Itcnt, Surely lhc narrow thread of
water raised above the oceans is fulfilling expectations, ��� Front thc
Christian Science Monitor.
Woe to the Conquered
If anyone was under illusion about
the temper of Germany, that illusion
must be dispelled by the peace terms
imposed on Kussia. If anyone supposed that there was hope in the liberal movement in the central powers,
that supposition is now shown to bc
���a dream. The German terms arc
the terms of ruthless conquest. Germany's motto is the niotlo of the
pagan world, "Woe to the conquered!" The world's only safeguard is
to defeat Germany in her chosen
field and with her own weapons,
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with a chemical solution which
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becoming dead wood once it
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Look for the words "Chemically ielf-extinguishing" on the
box.
SIMMERS
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Confidence Is the greatest factor
that enters into the buying of seeds,
since you are buying not a finished
product, but only the means by
which your garden may bc either a
success or a partial or complete failure. You will make no mistake in
placing confidence ia SIMMERS'
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WEAK, NERVOUS PEOPLE
Such Sufferers Can Bc Restored by
Building Up the Blood
Nervous people who have not yet
developed a disease that can be recognized .".nd treated by the medical
profession have thc greatest trouble
iu finding relief. Irritation, headaches, sleeplessness, nervous dyspepsia, all these discomforts make life
miserable, but arc endured rather
than run a doctor's bill without definite hope of an improved condition.
Every Btiffcrcr should know the
danger of such a condition to the
nervous system. Nervous debility
and even paralysis may result if the
tone of the nerves is not restored.
Thc one big fact that brings hope
and relief is that the nerves can ue
restored by building up thc blood.
It cannot be loo often repeated that
only through the blood can nourishment or medicine reach the nerves.
Dr. Williams' l'ink I'ills make the
blood rich and red and quickly restore vitality and energy to a weak,
nervous system. A nervous person
who gives these pills a trial is almost certain to see good results, and
what is more, the benefit will be
lasting because the trouble is attacked at its root; building up the
blood restores the nerve force. That
is why people who occasionally take
Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills always feel
bright, active and strong. Mrs.
Wm, Mclntyre, Gananoqtic, Ont,
says:���"For a number of years I
was always tired and listless. The
least noise would so startle mc that
I would tremble and shake; my heart
would flutter, and I would feel as
though I wcrc choking. I was almost wholly unfitted for housework,
and always so nervous that life was
almost a burden. I tried several
medicines, but tlicy did not help mc
in the least. One day I received a
pamphlet describing Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills and decided to give them
a trial. I am glad now that I did for
after using eight boxes they have so
strengthened and built up my rundown, nervous system that I can
work with pleasure and feel refreshed after a night's sleep. I sincerely"
hope some similar sufferer may benefit by my experience."
If you arc weak, nervous or feeling "out of sorts," give Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills a trial, and you will bc
surprised lo see how quickly thc
nervousness will pass away and your
former energy return. You can get
these pills through your medicine
dealer, or by mail at 50 cents a box
or six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle,
Out.
My, but it's glorious relief you get
for a crusty old corn when you touch
il with a drop or two of Putnam's
Extractor. Mighty quick action on
corns is what you gel from Putnam's; it sure is a regular cure���acts
on a new principle���dissolves the
calloused parts, shrivels up the corn
so you can peel it off wilh your fingers. No pain or soreness cither
when using or afterwards, Putnam's
is guaranteed lo lift oul any corn.
Costs but a quarter at any drug
stoic.
A Record of Shame
Unexampled Breach of  Every  Consideration of Humanity
In the house of commons tit London, A. Bonar Law. thc majority
leader, declared lhat the German U-
boats have "done to death" no less
than 14,120 non-combatant Britisii
men, women and children. There is
nothing to parallel this chronicle of
shame in al! the annals of naval warfare. No matter what excuses Germany may offer, no matter what
crooked logic she may briiii; to bear,
these figures���and no doubt lhcy will
be increased before lhc war is ovcr���
constitute an ineffaceable blot upon
her shield. She can never escape the
objurgation of mankind. She can
never palliate her offence by the recital of her kultur and her efficiency.
She is forever condemned by her unexampled breach of every consideration of humanity. There is no need
of argument to convict her���the facts
and the figures speak for themselves.
���Providence. Journal.
Worms are encouraged by morbid
conditions of the stomach and bowels, and so subsist. Miller's Worm
Powders will alter Ihese conditions
almost immediately and will sweep
the worms away. No destructive
parasite can live in contact with this
medicine, which is not only a worm
destroyer, but a health-giving medicine most beneficial lo lhc young
constitution, and as such it lias no
superior.
Wide Rations for Hens
Don't make the hens and chickens
depend upon just insects, worms and
weed seeds. Give them skim milk,
whey, buttermilk, table and garden
waste and grain. Peed them well.
Eggs are increasing in price
Was Slightly Irritated
A darky employed as an office boy
in Kentucky came to w-ork onc
morning with a face that looked as
though it had been run through a
meat grinder.
"Henry," demanded his surprised
employed, "what in the world has
happened lo you?"
"Well, sub, boss," explained Henry, "1 got into a little argument las'
night wit another nigger, and onc
thing led to another twcll I up and
hit at him. Well, suh, it seemed laic
dat irritated him. Hc look and blacked both of mail ryes and bit onc of
malt ears mighty nigh off, and split
mah lip and knocked two of mail
teeth loose; and den he th'owcd me
down and stumped mc iii dc stomach. Honest, boss, I never did git
so sick of a nigger in mah life!"���
Vancouver Province.
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
"Pardcii tne, madam���but I can't
see for that hat."
"Well, you've nothing to grumble
about���i can't scc for it myself."���
Cassell's Journal,
No matter how deep-rooted llic
corn or wart may be, it must yield
lo Holloway's Corn Cure if used as
directed.
Officer���Conscientious objections?
Rubbish I If you were to come and
find your wife fighting a burglar,
wouldn't you interfere.
No, sir! I'd leave thc burglar to his
fate���Life.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
The little Irishman was being  examined for admission to the   army. |
He seemed all right in every  way
except one.   Thc doctor said, "You-1
���rc a little stiff." |
Quickly the Irish blood   mounted
as the applicant replied: "You're   a!
big stiff!"���Vancouver Province.
Wakeful
Nights
go out-of style in the
family that once drank
tea or coffee but now
uses
Instant
Postum
This wholesome beverage of delicious flavor contains no drug
elements to upset
heart or nerves and
its cheery goodness is
just the thing in the
way of a hot table
drink.
"There's a Reason"
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BUTTER ?
What are you paying for it ?
Save money by using MORE
CROWN BRAND
GORNJtSYRUP
A wholesome spread for a slice of
Bread ��� and  children  "love"  it.
2, 5, 10, 20 Ib. tins also 3 lb.
"Perfect Seal" Glass Jars.
Write for free Cook Book.
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Strength
Lift** greatest assets are Health
and Strength and without these existence becomes intolerable*
llie Tliiman Body, under the best of conditions, fs tt fragile structure er-tt*
Klism'tlhle to climatic conditions, orer-heating, ewtkin, mental and phy-tutl
emotion*. This subject requires constant attention If health ami etrciigtii
are to tn continually maintained. The mtet eens.l-le method of prescrrln*
Stealth Is to coiuumo food which produces It. The food which produces
li.alth la that which contain!) Carbo- Hydra tea. l'rotelns and KaUi. COCOA li
__. palatable liquid fooil containing, when mixed wilh milk, all these ne.-Casarj
fiub-iiam-es in n form thut le not Injurious to the weaken! digestion. For the
rasifMt and must pleasurable way to obtain Just the rUht kind of tiourl-dim.nt
the body needs, drink Cocoa. For tht best and <iulckesi rtjultt drink Cov.aa'j
Perfection Cocoa.
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Where It Leads
"Tbe fashions for women .-ire getting more youthful every year," commented one man.
"Does that meet with your disapproval ''."
"Not a bit, If it goes on this wav
a few seasons more my wifc will be
willing to give Up ber motor car ami
ride in a baby carriage,"���Answers,
London.
A Household Medicine. ������ They
that are acquainted with the sterling
properties of Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil iu thc treatment of many ailments would not bc wilhout it it) tbe
house, It is truly a household medicine and as it is effective in dealing
with many ordinary complaints it is
cheaper than a doctor, So, keep it
at band, as the call for it may come
most unexpectedly.
Edition Went Like Wild-fire
' "Was your lasl book a success?"
"Oh, immense!  Tbe publisher  sent
the entire edition lo my bouse just
as wc ran out of coal."
As a vermicide there is no preparation tliat equals Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator. It lias saved
llie lives of countless children.
Morgan Kingston, the famous operatic tenor, now singing in New
York (years ago bc worked in the
Notts coalfield) lias just received
news from the younger of his two
sons, who are fighting at the front.
Thc young man, says bc was lying in
a field hospital, when be beard bis
father's voice singing, "I Hear You
Calling Me." He snid lo thc attending nurse: "I know the man who is
singing lhat record."
"Oh, no," answered the nurse,
"you must be mistaken, for that is
one of tbe world's greatest singers"
���London Daily News.
"That confounded rooster next
door woke, mc with his crowing,"
said llic husband, with a yawn. "Not
Satisfied with tbat, be kept on crowing for half an hour."
'- "Well," , lit In his wife, who lenew
what she waa talking about, "to succeed in waking you up i.s worlh
crowing about.--Ottawa Citlton.
"Eveii when a young woman rejects you for some other s.iitor it is
not the part of a gentleman to criticize her."
"No?" questioned the rejected
man.
"Positively not. None but a cm!
would in any way reflect upon 3
young lady."
"Sav, can't I even ptigcrest that I
think'she lias poor taste '-"--Detroil
Free Press.
They Have Brought Relief ^^.
To Thousands A'
WHY NOT YOU?
SO C-nlt p.r b.x.
Si* bout for $2.50
IM TBE COURTENAY REVIEW
Be   of   Good Cheer
Victory Follows the Flag
FOR SALE
Courtenay Electric Light
Debentures
TIIK City o( Com-teiiiiyisofreritig for
soli- the unsold balnuce of Uie above
debentures amounting t<> $10,000.00,
These dcbsutttrea are in denominations
of $100.00 each nml bear interest at the
rale n[ fi per cent, per ailUIll, pnpalile
half yearly, The tlebentttres nre repayable on the .(Dili day of May, 1937.
'Ihey are offered al 90 cciiKnn the
dollar and accrued interest. This offers
n splendid opportunity to nnv person
who hns nny imiciitnl from $100.00 up
wards to inresl same ill nn nbsolutely
'secure investment nt a fair rate of interest.
particulars apply at the
Music Through st
DidiEiond
Mn Edison's
Copenhagen
Chewing
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
fornu
It has
flavor.
pleasing
l-'or further
City Hall.
W, A. w
HAMKS,
City Clerk.
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
City of Courtenay
NOTICE is hereby given that tlie first
sitting ol the Court of Revision to
revise the assessment roll of tlie Cily of
Courtenny for the year 1918 will Ik- held
in the Citv Hall on
Monday April 29,1918
at 8 o'clock p. in,
Notice of any complaints must he given in writing to the assessor at least ten
days previous to said silting.
Dated at Courtenay, II   C,   the  26th
day of "March, 191S.
W, A. W. Hames,
City Clerk.
Kevelstoke is giying free electricity to light 200 residence verandah lights. To effect economies
this boon is likely to be withdrawn
at once.
Ky virtue of the value of the service performed among the Expeditionary forces of Britain. Canada
and iu fact all allied countries, to
say nothing of the work of humanity carried on in enemy countries,
the Voting Men's Christian Association has earned for itself the
gratification of countless thousands
of fighting men who have been
brought into touch yith the personal influence and helpful oversight of the ''Y" secretaries in the
war theatres of Europe. At the
commencement of the war, when it
was realized that the struggle
would probably last for at least for
at least three years, the good offi
ces of the Association were requisitioned by   the   British  Govern-
NOTICE
To Electric Light Consumers
NOTICB is hereby given that all tenant consumers of electricity are required to deposit with the City on or before the 30tll day of April the sum nl
Three Dollars under anu by virtue of
the following clause in By-I.aw No. _s,
being "The Electric Light and Power
By-Law, 1917. "
i "1.5.    Tlle Corporation reserves
the right to demand und receive
a deposit of a sum equivalent to
the  Corporation's estimate of the
'       monthly consumption of electrl-
!        cal energy by the intended consumer belore supplying the premises until all   arrears due   for
electrical energy supplied to such
premises have been paid "
Notice is also given that   no   bills   for
electricity will be allowed to   run   for   a
longer period than 60 days,   after which
service will be disconnected.
Dated at Courtenav this   ISth   day  of
April 1918.
w. A. w. HAMES,
City Clerk
Until you have heard the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can hnye no conception a.s to how true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, and tlie records used are Indestructabfe aud play
I'or a full five minutes each
Write ns now for further particulars of th'
which actually  RECREATES
new  invention
ment to minister to the spiritual
and recreational needs of the volunteers-
After an experience of many
vears, it has .become au admitted
fact that a soldier fights better
when his life and thoughts are
clear., and when the hope of Heaven is in his heart, should he fall
in battle. Again, he fights with
a much better grace if he-knows
that, after a hard day's gruelling
struggle for the upper hand, or a
Jiard march, there awaits him
something clean and refreshing���
food, beverages, and many other
home comforts and social pleasures.
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C.
N
anaimo,
B.C
Why
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
Because
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.   Our prices are Right, and
Our Service is Unexcelled
We're going to tell you something about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
The Joy of Motoring
LET the Ford car introduce you to the beauties
. of Nature and the outside world.   Let it
ti take you into the country, or along the
lakes where the air is fresh and sweet
A Ford car will open up new fields of pleasant
possibilities for you and your family and at the
same time serve you faithfully in business.
No doubt you have felt the need of a car���
your wife has often said, "I wish we had a car,"
so why not buy one;now ? There is no other car
that gives sucn good value for the money invested as a Ford. This is why the Ford car is
so popular everywhere.
The Ford is powerful, easy to drive, economical, enduring.  It is the car you need.
SlffiFGgt
Runabout
Touring  -
Coupe
Sedan ��� -
Chassis
$575
$595
$770
$970
$535
THE UNIVERSAL CAR      One-ton Truck $75P
F. O. B. FORD, ONT.
|E.C.Emde, Dealer, Courtenay
Early Morning Blaze
At about a quarter to 5 o'clock
I on Tuesday morning the residents
of Courtenay   were roused   from
their slumbers by the  ringing of
the church bell and the cy of fire!
Wm.   Aitken's   bikery  and  Miss
Smith's   millinery    parlors    were
found to be ablaze and in less than
' an hour were reduced to a mass of
glowing   embers.   The   fire   was
first discovered by Mr Aitken who
smelled the smoke and got up to
investigate.   He   found the bake
shop in flames,   and aroused hi-
brother, then rushed over  to give
the alarm. Nothing could be rescued from the bake shop or from
tbe rooms occupied by the Aitken
boys, who only   got   out in   the
clothes they grabbed. Alex Aitken's clothing aud furniture was
also lost.   The door of Miss Smith's
millinery store was forced aud the
j show case and a large mirror and a
j few articles were sayed.    How the
fire started by is   a   mystery,  as
: everything was alright at 1 o'clock
Wm. Aitken lost $.70 which was.   _    _.      _.,__.���__._.___,-  .-._ .,,_...
in the cash box, which he was to! ^Clements expressed   he view
have paid out 01, Tuesday.   Be- ***at there    va    no  reason   why
side a large stock of groceries aud  fron* 5��-00��t0. 7.5.000
flour he had just taken in a ton
' and a  half of sugar   which   was
burning all day.    His loss i.s partly
covere by an  insurance  policy   of
$1100.    The building was owned
by Mrs. Smith and was also insur-
1 ed. Miss Smith's stock of millinery
1 was also partly insured.
Ottawa, April 22;���In the House
of Commons this afternoon Mr, H.
S. Clements' proposed resolution
respecting alien labor was taken
up. This resolution provides that
all regulations and .orders-in-coun-
cil respecting alien labor in Canada
shall be consolidated into one uniform law, bnt that in forming sneh
legislation due regard should be
had to the local conditions and
needs of the different parts of the
Dominion.
Speaking in support of his resolution, Mr. Clements advocated
the taking of a census of all the
aliens in the couutry, together with
their property holdings. He said
that such a census would not only
show this element in the country
that the government meant business but it would also be useful in
connection with immigration after
the war.
Speaking more particularly of
labor conditions in British Colum-
bio Mr. Clements saitl they were
largely due to .the work of agitators "who are as pro-German us
the Kaiser." These men, he said,
were making trouble in the lumber
camps by making demanns which
employers could not accede to,
thereby causing operations to close
down. It bad been absolutely
proven that some of these men [are
Austriaus
Referring to Quebec province,
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
^^^^ French-Ca
nadians should not be sent to B,
C to assist in lumbering operations
including the cutting of spruce
so much required by the Allies.
He believed that if they were to
spend six months or a yea. iu 11.
C, they would be better citizens.
(Opposition cries of "Shame,")
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and  Solicitor,  Notary
1'uhlic.
Phone 6 Courtenay
NOTICE
Mooring & Mansfield
General Blacksmiths
Beg to announce that they are prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal
Courteuay  and Ci-i.berland

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