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YOUR PRINTING        j
Can not lie done any Letter, and f
not quite ao well anywhere else I
hereabouts. Our type ami iiuu-hin- |
ery is complete ami The Keview X
prices .ire right I
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THE   REVIEW
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Classified Ads.
Make your little Wants known
through a CUnified Advertisement
in Tlie Keview   -   -   -   Phone 59
VOL. 3
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY   SEPTEMBER 30. 1915
NO. 44
T0| RENT
k^L^Bi^L^BLaLMi-BL^Mais^Ma^L^HHL^MMavBMa^iMMHH
5 Room Furnished House
in Courtenay, $10 per month
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate Agents
Phone 10
Courtenay
COMOX   LUMP
COAL
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in Courtenay
All Orders Will Recieve Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
*v
A
Electric  Cooking  Set
Will turn your Electric Iron into a
Stove on which you can Fry,
Boil, Steam or Stew
The Set comprises a Stand for inverting the Iron and 2 Seamless Aluminum Dishes
Set Complete, $2.25
Stand Only   -     .60
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For tale by
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat & Power
Co., (Limited
Phones: Office 35, Res. R68       Office: Mill Street
Local Lines
Trespass Notice���Any p.-rson or
persons trespassing on my premises
will be prosecuted according to law
and any dogs found prowling
around my premises will be attended to.   John Johnston, Lake Trail.
I See the full selection of War
Spoons at Hornby's, 25c each.
' First consignment of latest stv'e'
in Fall Millinery at Miss Deucy
Smith's, Courteuay.
j    We have n few new  bicycles left
over we   will sell   cheap.     K.   C. j
, Emde, Ford Garage, Courtenay.      I
Wanted���A   maid    for   gencr 1 '
housework.    Apply   personally to
Mrs. Cokely, the Dyke, Courteuay
For Sale���A strong general purpose horse, by Jusl, 3 1-2 years old.
Very quiet.    Apply Capt.   Vigors
Wanted���Serviceable draft horse
for his keep   with  option   of   purchase,    Apply    box     4,    Keview
Office.
Phone 48, Cook & Matthewson
the most up lo-date butchers in the
district.    All orders promptly   at
tended lo.
i Strayed���Dark Jersey null, aboul
6 months old, with strap around
neck. Fi nder please notify Lance
Derkeley, phone LgS and get reward.
Lost Wednesday night���a cylinder pump between Parkin's store
and the scene of the fire, will the
finder please return to Parkin's
store.
For exchange���One of the best
building lots in Courtenay for one
or two acres of good garden land.
Will pay cash difference. Apply
Hox A. Review Office.
Lime  and   Fertilizers���Agricul
111 rai Lime jS.1.00 per ton at Kiln.
Write for prices delivered at your
station.   Also Fertilizers.   Malet &
Co., 403 Central Btti'ding, Victoria.
Drainage for acreage, About
ten acres to be drained, in exchange
for ten acres next to Mr. Taylor's,
about 2 miles trom Comox wharf.
What offers. Apply Capt. Guthrie
Comox.
F'or Sale���18 ft. boat 3 -2 horse
power, Fairbank- More engine in
good condition, price jSl.so, or will
trade for good milk cow Apply
C. Peterson, care of Peteison Bro��,
Campbell River, B. C.
For Sale��� One 6 h, p. Fairkanks
Morse Gas Engine, one   3   k.   w. j
: Dynamo switch board,   etc,   also I
pump and   belting,   Capacity   12 j
gallons    per    minute.    Apply    at J
Riverside hotel.
l-'or  Sale���Pure   bred Jersey  bull calf j
! brt-il from Sophia Pern's I'offis a grand- I
son of Sophia 19th, tlie champion long I
distance cow of any breed.    Dam is from
: Eminent 24th, the first of whose heifers i
to  freshen   has  just finished  test with
7386,65  lbs milk  and 430  lbs fat in   11
months,  calving at 26 mouths 3 days.
Call and see him. R. U. Hurford.
For Sale���Team, wagon, aud
harness, or e: cia* ge for cattle,
i Also 30 acres 1-j mile from Gran-
I than* school, part cash, or exchange
, for anything of ralue. What have
you to offer? Apply Box 8, Re-1
( view Office, '
I For sale -��� Cumberland Steam
laundry, the only white laundry in !
1 the district. This is a good opening for man with family. During
the stringent times the present;
proprietor has been busy all the
time. Apply at the Laundry, or
at The Review Office.
For Sale orTo Rent���5 acres on
beach at Point Holmes with house,
barn, chicken houses and brooders,
green houses and cold frames. Also
store and dwelling, lately occupied
by W. g Robertson, as a drug
store, for terms etc., apply A. H.
Peacey, Cumberland.
For Sale or Exchange���a 5 foot
cut Massey-iiarris binder new this
year, will trade for 6 foot cut or
any live stock, c.eorgej. Riches,
Hornby Island.
nerb and William nridges arrived
home from the prairies ou Friday
night.
Mr. Spencer Taylor is building
an addition to Mrs. Cokeley house
on the Dyke.
Another bee will be held at the
Grantham school en Saturday, Oct.
2, to finish clearing the site for the
old building which is being converted iuto a public hall,
Harvest Thanksgiving services
will be held at St. Mary's church,
Grantham, on Sunday evening next
nt 7:3(1 p. Ul. Rev. Mr. Laycock,
will conduct the services,
Mr. Emde has an electric lighting
plant, only used a short time, for
sale cheap. Me has just installed a
new 2 li, p. electric motor which
pumps air for filling tires, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker, of Vancouver, wero renewing acquaintances in Courtenay last week. Mrs.
Walker lived here with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas about twelve
years ago.
Pte. J. Catchpole of Lake Trail
who is at Vernon has been congiatu-
lated by H. R. II. the Duke of
Couuaught for having the most decorations iu his company, there
being only two other soldiers with
any besides him.
J B. Morgan, president of the
People's Prohibition Comniit'e. will
address the meeing in the Agricul-I
tural hall this (Thursday) evening
He will also speak at Cumberland
on Friday, at 8 p. in., and at Union
Bay on Saturday evening, and possibly at Denman Island ou Sunday.
A letter from R. H. Perrott, who
is at the convalescent hospital at
Monks Hortou, Westernhanger.
Kent, states that "After 3 months
of hospital at Manchester I came
down here last week aud am a lot
better, but it will be some time before I am fit for t lie trenches again,
if ever, Hope to get back to
Courtenay sometime in the near
future "
It was a happy thought that came
to Mrs. J. H. Mclntyre, to have a
tag day on the second day of the
fair, The idea originated with her
and she called a meeting of several
of her friends to assist in the work
to make it a success The efforts
of the ladies met with a very hearty
response from the public, aud the
receipts amounted to 5102.76.
Clifford Lindon was very busy sel-
ir.g articles for the Red Cross, which
which were generously donated by
Shepherd & Hornby, His receipts
amounted to ��7.05, making a total
of $109.81. The Tag Ladies take
this opportunity of thanking the
public for their generosity and kind
treatment, aud assurances are given
that the funds will be used to the
best advantage,
mm . s�� ���
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday School
and Bible Class 3 p. m.
Courtenav
Sunday School and  Bible Class
10:30 a. ra.   Service 11:30.  Even-
ngservice 7:30 p. m. All welcome
Robt. Cairns was home from
Victoria over Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Aikeuhead of Ladysmith are visiting with relatives
here.
Wallace McPhee left on Monday
morning for Victoria where he has
joined the 88th regiment.
Harvest Thanksgiving services
will be held at Sandwick and
Courtenay ou Fuiday, October 10.
The Courtenay baseball team had
no trouble in defeating Cumberland
on Saturday afternoon, winning the
game aud S50 by the score of 1 :-4.
Guessing the weight of the big
steer at the fair created a lot of
amusement. There were one hundred a"d fifty-four guesses. The
Editor of the Review coming within 1-2 pound of the actual weight,
which was 964 pounds The lowest guess was 625 and the highest
1200. The majority being around
850. Capt. Vigors, who fed the
animal got within thirty cents of
what he asked the butchers for him
live weight. The steer was three
years old and was purchased bv
Cooke & Matthewson. The people
of Courtenay nud surrounding district are enjoying prime steaks and
roasts this week.
Hotel Arrivals
The following were registered at
the Riverside Hotel last week.
Mr. aud Mrs, Con Reifel, Nuui.
mo, A .A, Davis, Nanaimo; 0    J.
Higgins,  Vancouver;   A.   Bolger,
Vancouver, J. R. McC.iU; Nanai ao
J. H,   Messervev,   Vancouver.   N.
NcConnou, Vancouver; W. F. Miy
Parksville; R. I.ayritz, Victoria; S.
H,   Hopking,    Victoria;    T.     A.
Wiauche. Victoria; \V. M   McLean
Vancouver; J.   LaForest,    Hornby
Island;   Geo.    r';':h-?r,   Nanaimo-;
M. McCoskin, Nanaimo;   Mr.  and
Mrs. R. Dixon, Headquarters; Miss
McNaughtoii, Headquarters, H  C.
Hughes, Vancouver;   V.   D     Mc-
Cormack, Vancouver: M. M. Camp-
bill, Headquarters; Mr.   and   Mrs.
R.   Goode,   Headquarters.    Alex.
Wallace, Victoria; Mr    and    Mrs
R. Lord and wife,   Vancouver;  A.
C. McCormack,   Headquarters, R.
McOuaid,   Headquarters;   G.    H.
Wilson, Vancouver; A. M . Stephen
Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs. S.   Doe.
Victoria; Mrs, II. Stanton. Victoria,
R. Humphery,    Nanaimo;   H.   C
Switzer, City; M  Snider,   Vancctt-
ver: A. Shanahan, Vancouver;   A.
Grieve, City; F. F.   Brown,   Victoria; I. C. Henderson, Vancouver;
J. Goodfellow, Victoria, W, Lloyd
Craig, Vancouver, F. J.   MacGou-
gan, Vancouver, F,  C.  Patterson,
Vancouver; C. Armstsong, Vancouver.
Comox Creamery
Butter
45c per lb. this week
SHEPHERD & HORNBY
Where  everybody goes  for  choice
Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruit,
Vegetables, Groceries, Etc.
ONLY BEST QUALITY GOODS HANDLED
Phone 40
Courtenay THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY.   B. C,
11     - mi
p1     Extraordinary Salutes     I \\*dl-    Coincidences'
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ifwlswm
LA* If/ .���M^&~^.-xni
\A.4>tr-A*l Ai    As noo advai -
\f\ J ��>o     blooil    (tots
/           U I ililii.   ill"   nerves
W J'fl l-\linu-,le,l       u n il
V
vitality  aims low
liy building up
tllO Ifl vii I'lireo of
limly .unl mind
ii-. Clinso's Ncrvo
I'mul in mi unbounded blessing
in pooplo ni' ad-
vain-i-il yeura.
A  Guard  of  Honor  For a  Stone Tiger'  '
ln |n(lia | Brothers     Meet     at   the   Front   After
Mosl    people Know lhat all sn,diura| Many  Ye*,rs  of  Separation
uro roiiuirod to salute "thc flag   when I    '-v '   tet-fntly   published   an ar:'.i e
| they   are  on  regular duty,  stand  at describing   i-ome    extraordinary war
"attention" dining the singing ot the ''"Incidences. Here ar three more re-
National Am  em, io acknowledge the  murkalil   cases.
' preseni e ot one ol' higher rank by a I Twelve years ago Signaller Geoffrey
saluie, bin  ii is not generally known   Kvani* ot the loth  Battalion Austral-1
I lhal tliere arc other things which Mans, left Loudon tor Australia when
Itritisli soldiers in certain rails ot the he was only thirteen, and gradually
world are required to honor thus. worked liis way up until he obtained!
in India, for Instanc ���. i\ British
| guard o�� honor presents arms to a
i stoni i i-'it evi rj day. Thc I Igor Is
I regarded ,>> tin iiu.lt* cs as ii god wj-o
j o -Ives uwnj nil danger nnd calamity,
'and ouca sonic soldiers, In a splrll ot
mischief, overthrew Ihe image irom
Its resting place,   nnd ,s"ni ll  rolling
in excellent posl as inanager of a
peurl fishing compan* In Broome,!
Western Australia, which position he
threw up In order to serve iii.- country, wiih the Australian forces he
went in the Dardanelles, where he I
look pari In that wonderful landing
on iii" shell-swept beach ot the Gallt-
' de In ���,  tin     reglmi ut  iu ��� ulilte il  in
I full  vli w  i     all,    Sim e    lhal  liuii- a
Itrii|sli iroop   has   kepi    �����alch over
In - i Igi r Idol da'  lr. uu\.
Another Indian Idol which Is watched over by British "Tommies" is the
god whose name is Klul- Klak, equlv-
alcnl    to "f.oi'il of lairds,"    whicli Is
Rules of Compulsory Military Service   supposed (o be nsleep for 6,000 years
Into   the valley below.   So   si keil  Poll   peninsula,    and   was  ultimate!*.
and scandalized wi re tin  unlives thai j woun led
u  i  m:  scenieil Imminent, and Lord      His elder brother, Private Reginald!
i'omh tunere. our general lliere, unlet   Kvans, also threw  up a good position
i ..   outrnged nallvei   hy reator   hi London on the outbreak of war and
��� ,. |U   : . p (jnslal and or   joined the Westmnlster Dragoons    A
What Conscription Means
In Several Old World Countries
Thai a form oi conscription "'as Introduced   into   the   United   Kingdom
and whose awakening will be lite end
nf all things. Hence the natives of
lho ollv of Pegu, In Burma, are ler-
few mouth i arter lhe i wo brolher
unknown lo each other, were In cunip
side by side nl Alia, sia. In Kgypl Oue
day in fronl of Shcplieard's Hotel,
Cairo, the younger brolher, who in
twelve years hutl grown beyond recognition, slapped his eldi r brother on
the shoulder and exclaimed, "Halloa,
Reggie! How are you?" Tlie elder
brother looked hard ai the Australian
and then llie brothers gripped hands
Another extraordinary coincidence
imes from Walts    .\ Welshman audi
Canada Makes (iood      Thc Remington Arms
'IanIs Not For .Sale
by the Ballot   Acl  ot 18B0.  which pro-   rlbly afraid  lhat someone  will arouse   ,      ;..',;,  �����*"�����''.; ..iu,..'',,,,,;' Phenomenal   Growth  of  the   Dominion
vides for iill males over 5 I'eet 2 inches  Hie god;   so the  British government,  .' '     ,. V , .. ,,.     '    .    * .   ,���..._._ in Past Few Years
"�� '   *���*?. **?��  orotehteeu    and {o jve>t   t�����j le  .U^ned a y  *�� ^^^^nTo-^nnarYo      ,u  1011 cana VZLl 500,000 M'!""*"   %V,7.h��   H�� Amou"t  of
a-yy &vteL   w mCanwW si  p      !       .. ������   ' v��.r     tanle cu   on  is oh-  ��^e Iheir selection. On lhelr arrival more men ihan women,   The war will M��"e/ ����M ���**'�������� Ownon to
man  neoule    This form ol' eonscrin   served in Cairo.   A pice, of carpel on   ''?> """"   "�����>  '- wore iwo young consume a greal pan of this surplus. Dispose of  Plants
nian>  people,    ihis form ol t "scrip  ,,A,������n; ,   \i a,,,,,,.! children- brother    and     slslor- -who There is evidence, however, ilisti Can- Din-lna lhe lasl few days Ihere hava
During lhe lasl few days Ihere iiavu
n   ver}   perslslenl   rumni-s  io  lbs
.   United  Kingdom -and  the  United  and hla troops nil receive II In review
States nre  the    onl;.   two    countries jorttof nnd salute it as they pass.  Ill
that do nm  compel  military service.
I! ll:    is vl,irill:! lllo.s    : ,   . Iuli\   Ki   CI
manv people.   This form of conscrip-1 ��en*eu iu uairo.   n piece ot carpe, ..... ���  , ���, .    .
ilnn' iinwptrisr   l<, hold Iii abeyance bv   witch, accord ng to tradition, Mo ham-  '      ,    ,    "
'���,   ,.       I    ac     of narllSment   with  metl  once  sat   and  which  is carried   P>f leu arty  appealed     to  then    lllUl will deal more and more llborall)
the   resuli   tha   at the nresent time  through tlie s reels, and the Khedive   ^o uilgh    be adopted-biil  thai  ono   with homesteaders in lhe future, tn ffect    thai tlermany was seeking to
'��� '"   ' 'A i i.i ...ii  i.._ ii i ,i   could, not be taken witlfbn! lho other,  this should bring. In sturdy workers to  purchase American ammunition niak-
In lhe circumstances Ihey decided tu ! help mako up the loss,    Annually sin-   Ing  plants,  nol   so much  on  account
both. has    allotted to seniors from  live to  of any shortage oi ammunition for Its
undress-  seven million acres of free land, bul   own armies as with �� view to putting
reaching  today   the   premier of Saskatchewan  an end to lhe tremendous   shipments
Home a lockel was discovered hanging I wonls to see Immigrants nol only ,-.s t which ure going forward to the allies.
round the little girl's nark, [nslde the  signed to free lands I) quipped wllh  The  Remington  Arms-Union  Metallic
ket    was   a photograph, which tin-j seeds, (arm implements, und good nd-  Cnrtrldge  Company  and   the   Bethle-
lady recognized as thai of   her own  vice.   It will nol be surprising If Can-  horn Steel Company have both  been
io had gone to Belgium as a  adu  makes, loo, a determined  essay I speclflcall-  named as objective points
In   l-*rance  liability  ror service ex- dlnary times, nnd the ollleer in charge     ,        . .   ,- ���p,
tends  from    the    age  of twenty  to ot  il   each   morning   musi   salute  it "    -   '
forty-eight    no  exception   being    al- h*'hli   his   swi.nl   raised,   whilsl   the
lowed except  for physical disability, bugler blows three blasts before It.
although,    ai  one  time,  a  man  with      Another object   wliieh   is   honored
sufficient means could buv himself off | ��'lth a salute is the secred coffin of
or pa-   for a substitute.    In Germany the Prophet,  winch  rests al   Medina,
As ihe children weri
liability   for    military  service    com-  the sacred  town, and which once ii
hud ho  keep  her sons  and  daughters  at  of ibe German efforts.
"'���'" .   ', ;,,'���'" '"��� ������.!'���,  ������il his life, al least, every Turkish officer nmrrled     and  settled  down   In   Hint  home, to make the mosl of her ureal:    Bul ii now appears Lhal there is not
,    ������ i,   ���','-. of foi-tv-Hvn  but ac"  musi salute,   lie is expected to throw country and who now turned oul to be  resources, and    repair, as rapidly as  the slightesl  chance of Germany se-
tual service   feains a    twentv     The  himself lla:  before the coffin, .dad iu I1'", ,","11"'!' '" the l.ttle retusees. She  mny be, I.rr share of the loss brought, curing a dollar's worth of Interest in
rn ��� ,, ��� '.,-vi     in the    fir" r tin- or I hia full regimentals,   and    is said to I,*a(1 "'erelore   unknowingly   adopted  upon civilization   by   Ihe war of the  either of these two great concerns.
Il'l Ml,,   ol   ,-"l I II ���     III   I in       Ul ,-i    I'll,     ui  , i w        mvii     nln Iiai-Io&u     ii .��� i,..r     ,,,,,,,:..:. .,..:.       i.   {���   1, i    .....:.,.,   .������.. / - I,. ,, ..    ..   i   ,,    ,, : ,.,_...
active ai'niy   is seven years, tn
thirteen veins being spent in the flrsl
and   secon I   ranks   of  tin
x|   receive      is cunimisston in this nuiii-l '',er     ov,n   motherless   nephew   and kaisers.   It Is hard hoeing for Canada      Mr. Samuel P. Pryor, vice-president
i-   straight from   the Prophet him- nict'e- jusl now.   War contracts worth $1*56,-1 und general manager of tho Retuing-
lf, ,    Caplaln  R. Bruce Allnut, RA.JI.C, 000,000 have already  been  placed  Iti  ton   Arms-Union   Metallic    Cartridge
������'--)  is serving  lu  the  Persian  Gull', Canada,    however,   and ihese should  Company, was seen In regard  to the
rlous colnciden   i help to strut  again the  llow of Can-   persistent   rumors   that   have   lately
luoto his adinn   prosperity.    According  to  tno  been In circulation, to the effect that
und finally   German soldiers pass in-     ln Russia,   at' Vladimir, tliere ls an   *'   .      e'   '"s '
...  ,1,,,  i .,'���,i-.|,ii-iu   in  which  ii"   re-  Image  of the  \ u-giu   with  clolhei  oil'",, ,        a"1""'-1
��� . '.,.,',.  nf pure gold  anil  invaluable gems    and I wl'k'" "cinirred i-Cibiiu.v.  iu quuie nisianian   prosperity.    Accorniug   to  nie peen In circulation, to the effect that
pi-   -iou- slopes, which musi be snlut- 0ff" W0���R; '"'he enemy started shell- Kingston    (Ont.i British  Whig. "Can- offers made by a foreign government
..      ,nvr led   by' every soldier, whenever ii U  '"g the patch of ground 1 was on.   I udn hus borrowed capital for nuinlcl- fer the purchase of Ihe properties of
��� .... ',-   ..,,,, ' -|-||,. honor paid to this Icon is  nm(le ""' :l  li',t'e ' "'" '" "lp ground pal and Industrial enterprises to such thai  company  were under considers-
..,'.',..' i,J I said 1 1 ce due 1 1 thc fuel thai ii  was ' '"''"'    *01' sheltl ''��� a'"'  s':'v somecae an extenl thai lhe annua! lax In Inter- tion, nnd that tii ��� additions to the li
ma iu     until   tl
forty live
Seivice iii iiie Italian army
is also compulsory an dunl
total period being iilnete 11 years, be-1 salil 1.1
ginning al the uge of twentv. The presenl v.itli the troops when ihey
term of service iu the ranks of the gained a wondrous victory over a
permanent armv Is Iwo vears for all largo Tartar army. The Russian autlt-
arms. After passing 'through the oritles evidently sympathize with
ranks the men are placed on iin-1 this act of ceremony, for they actually
limited lean-, i.e., thev are transfer- raised this iron to the rank of major-
red to the reserve, In which they re-1 general  in    the army,    so that  1
mere, bul threw mysell down est alone is nboul $14.000,0110. Too ion and Bridgeport plants, which are
with him, 03 there ^ was jusl room.! much attention has, been given to civic under construction, are Intended to be
When  the hull  of shells    had  hursl   life nnd  ull  thai  it  implies, nml  not 1 merely temporary und made only for
round n.< and for a momenl we could   enough   attention  to  fnrm   lite."    of  the perforn e of special contracts
put our h-ads up, wc bolh said. 'That ! late some towns hnve been obliged to  entered Into and ure not intended for
md simultaneous-1 ask [or time lo meet  interest due on] lhe permanent uses of the company.
He was at  their  bonds-���something  uiiprece,dent-|    Mr, Pryor was very emphatic In us-
ciose shave.
ignizeil ench
mill   111 ill  thev    Have  eomn'eted  a saluted by ail Russian soldiers ns an  ?an'a  w!th   !"''' I'"1,  ;"!'   !'-"i"''   nn'\ l ""   '"   the   Dominion.     Bul   whatever selling -thai the additions to the plants
,.       ���    ;,,,,*   ,,"       ,,'         Frnm officer tndav                                          I'"r ,lve :'':';"':i '":l11 lli:" nioment, aud. Canada's   ininieduue  futtin   may  I.e.  did not  constitute a mere temporary
hnrewi-vo tho soldiei  .asses to tie H mlghl be mentioned her, that In I ��oitl,.��'' !*:' v'' ,,.1."lt. ';"' .'il1u'r  Kas ��'  the  larger  future  is   hers,  and   it   Is  expedient, bul   were largely  made In
mobile mMitia  tbo termTsen-bie in addilion to ������Ood Save ������. King" there  '"" '��"" '""-      "t-Blts.                     bright    In no evanf eat, t'unada pnis- ] ������,������,;������,. w,t|, the general policy ot
v. inch   a
| per too richly Cor our satisfaction. We, I expansion udoptcd by the company bell' Hie  I'niiril  Stale;,  must  not  only   for,,    the outbreak of the  European
whicli  is  four years.     U'ter complet-1 ai'e  two  pieces ol   n
111"  his Iprni in the mobile militiu   he   Eligllslimen,   soldiers   and     civilians.      Away  With  Depression and   Mel.in ,
nilll-  speciall}   honor.    Due   Is   the  "Dead choly.���These twoevils ai ie accom-1 appreclalo     our  neighbors   effective | war, and  If   ibis policy   would  no-
en yen rs,', March," and lhe oilier the "Hnllelujuh ' pan intent of a tllsor lered stomach am
en-Ice nt  Chorus"   from   lhe  "Messiah."    It   Is I torpid liver uud mean wreifhedness to ,
said that  when King George IV. first all whom they visit.   The surest und   i��yis. attd, in hatikiii'i and eoiiinierce
heard ibis magnillceiil song ot praise  speedlesl way to combat them Is wil
is transferred  to the territoi-in
tin, in which he remains -
thus nulshiiig his military
tl ge of lliirty-nine.
patriot!,uu.   hut    must    strive   also   to   pe   interfered   villi   even   if  th-   war
urine
ml  even  m ire  friendly rela
tions  Increasingly    prontnbh
were to enine ro uu end tomorrow.
The additions to the plants, ntf-v
under construction, are  ot the  most
m , ,,..,���. ;  ,. ., .-,,... - ,-.���:���  (,i,-    1 ���    impressed  by  ii   thai   hei Parmelee's   Vegetable    Pills     vvi,|ch I both sets of Americans.   .Neglect of modern type and of ihe most substau-
Mtnaids Liniment Cures Colds, etc. | n^  ^ ^  ^  ^ ack,*;owle{lgmellt|  "ilJestore the healthful action 01* the  Canadian markets und Canadian sym- ,inl.   durable and permanent character.
thai  lime the oust,.in  has  stomach and bring relief    Thev have  p!,thles l0l'"ls ","> ��r "10 1"UH credit- 	
nt-Blts. 'proved their usefulness iti thousands|Me '���i,;iP|"l:ri*!' the history of Amerl-
iiiui
Antiquity of "a Regular Shindy"
The     a.tiiniiily    oi'    many   familiar
terms Is surprising when it Is known. |
Many   people  are  nol     aware    that! fteep  Children  Well
W Lai the dickens 1   occurs In Shake- '
speare, but few slill will be prepared I During*  Hot  VVcallier
to hear 1 hut the phrase "a regulart
shindy" is found in an author's note
to u poem called "The Popish Klng-
tlom, ' published in 1570. A writ! r'
Uiiotes tills note with It refer.; to the
��� el thralion of Maunday Thursday,
"Ml Inighl services are held in church,
thc lights are pul oul and regular
shindy fnlluwc, men helug heuteil and
wounded."
'i'o have the children sound and
healthy Is lite lie-1 euro of u mother,
They cannot ho health} If troubl -d
-.- tin worms, l'se Mother Grat >s'
Wi 11,1 Rxlcrmiuator
Germany's Lost  Empire
Of  nil    hor    coionles    Soulbwcst
Al'rira   coiil   le-rmany    tllOSI      di-uriy.
Bloo 1 nnd treat nre have been wasti tl
li ���!������ I t  11 im,    ii is   miy in very re-
���       ,    ,'       iiiV,,,.    ���,���,.'  ''uii  protection am:   hut   (be  time  for r .r      , ,    J*,, ��*-"1,*"'u "��� ��,e m?'"
ol   eases aid   will  eilltltiue    0  give  re-              '.                                                            , he   h��   he      Ul     he   -tain,,   o    Si
ti.,-  ,,  thc    ,,iv.,.i���..-  ��� 1. .  .,,.    ,.i..  us to Ignore or to patronize Canada - .     ,      " ,      .   ���   ,,         '       ,
lief  to  the  suftet ng   vho  ate   wise   .. ^ (,vi,r w.lM,M11.1,  .,   Umc_has Stephens church, in Prague, has bee
                                      now uone he.    As   the Economist 0: oflerod ,0 the minister of warns .
Chicago  observes   (after  giving  roa- contribution for his collection of cop
������,,���,.                                                     I per ami other metals for Ine wtir. rills
tiiough to us
I per ami otner metals tor the war. This
! large  church   bell,  which    has   keen
Telephones at  thc   Front
*verv   mother knows bow fatal thsI    Headquarters'is a    telephone    ex-1    "Canada has been the phinonienor.   ���,,,. ,,,,,,,,  ,,,,,,, ���   , ,,, .      ,.,     ,,.
summer  mot ths   are   10  small  change, and  the  telephone operatois  ot the western hemisphere in the past  ��3^L'?lfJr!li? ?,*��.D!?...B,5
children.    Cholera   Infantum,   tliarr-   are as essential as the general. They  ten or fifteen  years. lu tu1
Ilioca. dvsentry and stomach  troubles' sll before rows of largo switchboards  other pari of the world has there keen
this 11 uud often a prec-1 witli   receivers     fastened   over   their | so nluch progress in recent years, no-
ate rii
lous li
hours' ill!
Is more Ihan two tl Nl-
dretl years old, being east in 1711 by
the Famous mnker cf church bells,
Alchammer,   from   captured   Turkish
iv mon.   St. Stephen's hell is 201 kilo
lhe nun lier who keens sections of the fighting line. There l3 I suit of ordinary occupations or llie In-   	
Babv's Own Tablets ||? "he bouse faels no  delay  hecause  numbers  are  "en-  wstmenl ot capital. Ci lu ha.s made B��"��    "' weight, three meters high
safe!   The- occasional use of tbe Tab- gaged."   The operator gets through to I good.    -Collier's.
lets     prevents  stomach   and   bowel Paris  ns  easily  us    to   the   nearest -	
troubles, cr It trouble comes sudden- trenches.   The chief ot the telephone      An Oil That is Prized Everywhere,-    .,���.,..  .    .        ,   ,,,���,���,,.���.,
he Tablets >'.'i'^:''" sit- iu fronl of a minute churl | Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc oil was pul up-1 "���I��"*ff��,���n,�����J " ..���..! .7i..!!   ...'..,"' f.".!
and has u swing of ten meters in cir
cumference. Because of the hell's
greal weighl il bus not been rune fi r
as  ii  generally d<
will  bring   Hi?  bi
bv mail ul
fir.   Will
< uie, 1 mi
1 m
li} im dlclne dealers or  arm},
cents 11 box I'rom The j corps
ledlclne   (
,f ilie  on'   Lhe markel  without  anv nourish  to lU)A'K "" iu v;u,,,aL!o"s might dain-
��� ��� the sleep e ol ii ��� church, lis for-
iduuut'l -'i
vervlover thirty year... ngo,   11 wus pm up       ,  ,
;   to meet the wants ot 11 small section, r,11"1 l,:i"ll!"��- ':"'" '" ,:l" Bovernment
'��� r wav nt iii'f.il  wil!  mark u |-lg [Uio-
Ic (lemoustratlou.
I   cllv
Brock- J every   i-eglincnt,   battalion   and   com-|hul   na   soon   ns   ils   mer
pan;', even tu the Individual trenches  known ii had u whole continent for a   "'
iiini'batteries, | field, and it Is now known nml prized'
lliroiiglioiil this liemlspbere. There Is
,.    ,     , . iiGthhig  nl to H
The   "Physically   Unfit'
(.Ivor ".ii-i'i men li ve been dlscbar
Montre tl, Muy '.'Sth, '09,
.Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited,
Yarmouth, N.S,
Gentlemen,   1 beg to lei you know
lhal    I    have   used   MINARITS    I.IN'I-
Thc iitory cf a  Remarkable Score
The annual Indoor championship ro-
i-eiir "iliiii peacefii' di vslopmenl : roh  r 1 nil pi tol shooting matches of     in,.r -j.uoo men h ve keen dlscbarg- Universal Sobriety
ia  ; mi  mil luirhi tiding have be.  the   I'nited   sun s   revolver  assoclu-j .1 rroni iho British unit*, us physical-     ,,,,, ���,- n,,. mos| significant  result
gun, y.iil no�� all a losl South'* - ' llo'i v''1'" !1"!rl lh"'11'"- frnr"J,x various t uufli on a maximum pension of 17.,,,,, lba war ;��� reguril to prohibition of
Vfrtc-o Ims gone wllh Togo, Klao- sections ol the l<nlted States, ull .;,i nboul |4.:i<i a veek. This state-{ulcoHolic- beverngoB Is lhal which has
Chan,  Samoa,    Kamorun   Is   In   the   shooting b Ing doni on Indoor lansoa.  moui appears In on appeal for better  ocrurrerl In  Prance   u noimtrv never
liner,  ���f eouqucsl   h,   Prench  nnd      Mr. Gi u'ge Anustroiig or San i-raa- ,,a}  for disabled -ol.ller* made by Sir  ..���,,,, for u8 Berloun consideration .of   HEX" Tor some  and I Hid it tha
BrillHh expeilltlons     Eusl     Vt'rli n   li   Cisco, entered the compi tltion, and on , Frederick Mllner, for tv mty years a ��� ,lu, heuellts of abstinence either dnr-  l)CSI  '  lulV0 '"''''' ":""'  Cor |jl ' j llnts
open lo titlark and  ivlthoul adequate   the  morning  ol  April    IS1I1  tired 50  member ot parliament, sir Frederick   ���������. ,',,..���.,.fU| ���,. warlike times    Cer-  ''""' nuiscles.
garrls m.   While slu  has been gaining   shots In ..linen B, which Is also known  Spys he 1 an visited thousands of men , ta"���   c|v||   .,���,]   militurv    nulhorltlcs      -**01"'8 ''orv trl,'.v-
1 rent-lies In Flanders nnd Artols, Ger-  as   the   Indoor  pistol    champions"!-
many   has   been losing n colonial em-  match.    He began Bhoutlug "nl   l".
plrc   In   Africa.-   New   Vork  Tribune    lb Ibe morning.   Tbe I il i.ssoclntloii   The stun now puld is uot. 111 nis opm-  districts     the legality ot    their -ots
  governor,  Mr. C, \V, Linder, and pi'.|ion, sufficient to sustain life.  -Spring- Were questioned   whereupon the mln-
He was 11 member ni a regimental .John   IS.   Mtlllkeu,  both   representing 1 field Repuhllcun. | lst(,,. ot- ,|u,  interior promptlv  Intro-
bund, mul he did  not  forgel  to lira-,  ihe f.S.A., were on hand to witness                     ._ duced a bill Into the chumber bt depit-
'���'"    1 :-*i��. or of.j    v  u  1-1 ....ilITieii contrury  ties  empowering all   prefects  during
leetiitg his I the wur to restrlcl or prohibit entlro-
t the wur und I having issued  orders  restricting thai THOMAS J. HOOAN.
���1:   ������r.erwaru.  sale of spirits in a number of mllltai}   The C'liuuiplon Clog uud Pedestal
1 laneer of Canada.
���e can plnv the most | minute   later, the Insl shot was tired.
Intricate ulrs ul  sight,"  he  was say-  ll   was then learned lhai  a  new rec-
Injr. onl   for ihis  mutcli  had  been   made.
"indeed,"  .aid  tbe  unbelieving Its- Ths total score  was   t,s out of the
tenor,   "I should Ilka lo hear vou play   possible M0.
tiie nil's the drum-major puis on."���      Mr.   Armstrong   shol   a   22   calibre
Xlt-Blts. S.   A-    W,   lai'-it   pistol   with   10-lncli
  barrel  and   Remington-UMC  .22  long
ride I.-sin k carliisges.
Voting Hui'ie-s had uiu
i his ful h '1**3 ���' lahes.
on  afterwat'ii
"Whnl wus ull ili-'u gwlnes- 11 at yo-
rc.<ll.'iiee   yistenl'y  evenln',   Brudder
y  the  sale  ni  spirituous   liquors  m ,*Mo.1(,,,?   Sounded like a Hghl uh-twlst
:   ,,,-.. wherever 11  was thoitghl ad-     oamp moetIng ���nd ��� catamount:"
"Dat'?    Aw, shuck,  sah:     Dat  was
ony  de  geu'leman  I'um  do  furniture
national j
in nil
-.Till
FREF. TO ALL SUFFERERS
ii ' i'��� ���i*I Ol   : n- Vi* is 'III   t un* ��      .01 'ItfKi u*.'
SORTS
ivrr��n i- o-m - iij.hit, ��
chrohi *va \t("*r.is,( i
���*."-.���   F��__ -   01
1 'lie ki it.-,
KKVOim OtTlCAtCI,
mtii��rH������,fii f>.
Jfl'll  II    UOKK  ��*^
' ���-., .j-.'-" hr
rH��N_WrftKN_HR_M_OY.N>1tt->_i-<j,_
���"- --    '      I U> del  ���
Increase   in  Cc.t   of   Living
The general Increase in food prices
ijnriii^ the fiivi year of the war, Recording to ih" official Labor Gazette,
3 per cent, in (he larger towns 0,"   OS. WINSLOW'S SODNIING SYRUP
ureal Brltuln and UO per rent, in some'
THERAPION :
���&_^^&HS����!^  . ����. anV."vi.lages': " |    |^ , ^  ���%*�� ^ ^'^
*. iui �� novi iiiinMM ��u,i. nu ih.  I    lu   Germany,  accotdlug  to   [tgurcs   >   ... ������ . ������,;������   ',','���, ���������;,. 1 ,���,   ' ,n\
 [the Increase In the   time time Is about  is"iiii  Best r'.-'ruedy -.'���.-��� :''.,������������������  blur-
  ut. und in Vienna T.'. to s.j J -: ��������..
parents   ���
'���Well, young nun, 1 have made mv 1 vissiljl.'  In   the  Intures
will   and cm  iou off with a dollar-'"'  defence.    Adding this  radical act to
-I am very sorry, father," said the tbe wldesperad prohibition  of vodka,  tallment sl0- c'loolitt. llig easy pay.
,.,,,nl,   contritely;     md  then  milled:' m Russia nnd the growing teellng In1
������Hut   you  don't' happen  to  have the  England  Hint  Intemporanca is partly
iluUar'wIth you?"   ' responsible for Ibe low standard of a
'        1 large pan of Its manhood, ll le not to
��� be controverted thai much of the civil-������,���.. ���.
1 I b.ed   world   lias begun to awaken to!-*��*- 3
the  necessity  ror soberness  hoik  in
peace and in war.���Saskatoon Star. WATERPROOF COLLARS AN*) CUFFS
MOTHERS
W. N. U.  10-i7
65 per 1
; per 1 ent.
nrwry-rivE a*n * 30m.*:
  Soiiietbint  belter
Mktress-aooi' gracious, Susan, the  ['^ ^V^m'
.',,,1   111.., 1 :   .  _ .       ....... .
tiPttfir   ihiui   linen   anil   Idf
','iili   n   wllh   soup   mi��
... 1 or direct    sute ��'yl��
house is on tire! 1 ,nl) t\le    f,.r ���!���,-   tie will end you
Susan   (overworked)���Well,    mum, I Tne arlinoton oomiPANy or oamaoa.
It's  roiiit'oitlu'  to  think   that nl   last Limited
there's a lire in the "ouse I 'oven't "ad I      ** *'"" *������n,i������ T,""u��' *,"fc,��*��
to light! THE   REVIEW,   COURTNEY,   0. C.
ft5
VALUE OF THE FARMERS' CLUB   The cit, a���.i      H0W THE BATTLE 0F THE MARNE
CAN NEVER BE OVER ESTIMATED   Jf_^.    *    TURNED DEFEAT INTO VICTORY
riot  in  Doing  His  Best  to  Pro
mete Production
WORKING FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE COMMUNITY     Vl ��� unemployment problem is still i THE   GHOST   OF  1870  HAS  BEEN LAID  IN  FRANCE
[existent ui the cities and tht scarclly I
  ol labor is still complained ot In rural  ,	
...... . [districts   Then,;.!   tioi   Is how ean ihe1,.
Ei erj Farming District Sin mid 1 lave Some Kind of nn Organiza-. - be reconciled with ih-> other, ami j The Whole French Nut inn is now Confident oi Ultimate \ ictory
..,  ,       i .. ...        , ,^. the one  broughi  to supplj   what  lhe |        ,, ..  , ,���        ,.  . ,   .    ,, ,  ,   a. , .     ,     ,,
tion or _lub, where farmers can gel together to Discuss        otiu-r needs and   thi  other to take        Having a Sublime rutin in ueneral Jottre and in the brave
what lhe one possesses in excess. Af-1
I ior ihe wm- uipre may   be u rush ot
the Many Problems whicli Confront Ihcm
Arm) that  Gallantly Stemmed'the German Invasion
it is pi'OtirUble lo run a vellor-
guuiv.eii farm, and slill more prollt-
abli to run il In a community wliieh
is follnwing ik t-aine general lines ot
farming. Tbe farmer mual become
In/Hit* acquainted with iiis fellow-
farmer, in order to do this he needs
some sun of au iii-f-u/.iiiuiinii or club
ll, which he eau dismiss with liis
brother farmers lhe problems which
eollfronl ea.'h of llu tn. I lo inusl nol
con.-'ide. hla nine ,\u>."il when he
spends it in association with tnose
vho ate in the same line uf work lis
himself,    II,.    ;   mil   get   wages  in
dollari ami cents for the time he ens
ii ai ihe i lui. ! ut tin uiidersluiiil'tiij
ot th" problems of his lellow-furnur
��' Icli v ill come io him through this
association will be Indirectly ver-
vnliuihlc. The form of organlsinlion is
really Immaterial, nm it should ho
one in which iiie women ami children havo ;i place, for farmers and
ih lr wiies have ulwuys worked to-
gel iu i' more perhaps i ban men ami
women have in uny other occupation,
There is no tiuostlon but thnl  the i ���
efficiency   uf    tbe    average  counlryM
school Is too low. it the runners will  Individual    man.    The  runner n
get together and look upon the school I'he    training    iu parliamentary    law
farmers to move from place lo pla:e 1 immigration, bul lhat cannot bi   for a I    Tl.e  grellt  doubl   has    : u  lifted
ean   lir-  overcome  to a  large  extent pears al  least.    We must, thereto e, from the heart of France. Tbe aeeomp-
by   having  n   real   live   fnrniers'   or-  make the  besl  of ihe situation, and Ushment     ol  this   was  ihe  grandest
ganizallon in the cotumunilj to over-  '.'  l" -H along with whnl  we have. deed 0f French arms in all the year
come    ills in.    "Far-awns     pns-|-^ Toronto paper Ims been publishing 0f Armngeddon  which  began a  year
lures  always  look  green"  is an   old  ' tiers   irom  n   number ol   men   who ag0     |n   history   tbe   feat     will   be
saying In wliieh there is n g I deal  have accepted  positlms    on    farms, (tnown ���s tne victory of ihe Battle of
ot  iin 1 li.    ii   should   he  ihe  definite"' '> nil, wlthoul exception, speak In the Marne.
purpose    of every   farmers' club    lo good  terms of their experience, The y0) only did   ibis victory  probably
muke the I - pastures look green,   pny   is  not   lavish,  but    the  food   Is decide   thc fine of France geographt-
Iti. 11   (here  is  nnother subject   In  Km"' "'"' l,b"n,luut'    ""'    '"'-1 clean cally, bul Its influenci u on the splr-
whieh  farmers    buve a real  live  In   '  Ii"'  '"    '"<? open brings n  keen n 0t tbe countr-   was, and still Is, In-
teVcsi     and  ihai   is  ik-  subject   of nPPetllu 'or meals and a pleasant de- calculable,    l-'or   notwithstanding tha
roiitla'    Whether  lhe\   -ire "ood   bad  slre  lll:   80"" '   ''' fre8',lnS sleeP-  '""' "solidarity"    nccomplls'.ed    instantly
���,.  in,iin,.,.,,1     hn    is interested  In  mttU wl'ltes:    "' '" ' ���' tramped miles  ;,���,i  sponta nisi-,   ou  Augnsl   1,  thc
il,,.,,,    | IUSC   ,|,0|.e   |9   no chijieii -and miles after deer and dropped too ,,,   tne general    mobilization    order
who uses    nu-   roads more than -lie ' ''���''���","' "'' '",  ' slcei,' "'",' wi"'l!   WRs    P��st8<1' a ��r(-al clo"bl   weighed
,���1 , ,.       ,   ,   ,,   t I ni hungry I nine a good meftl to golm^ |eail on the hearts nf those who
ie  tarn ei   should  rertli/e   hat  the  l0 ���,���, ��..nen in, tired there i- a nice l_al-ched     away  singing  as  well  us
'"'"���''.", llK ,'s        . ['���'"'-'""> ;,-ienn bed waiting.    Vou know how l|thoa0  wno stayed  behind and   went,
n   ��    ; ���     .     u     '���"',     l0,H(l  Imied   to  break    fr   ihe  city,   bul      Kvervbodv   remembered   1870.  The
ins, . ran naidl. be said mat ��e. now Mnr- antl I are both glad we 0ld Franco-Prussiar wnr and the boron, ',',',',i, '' I- ,', " ���' '"' ��f came. Vou should see her wiih her ,;,,,,, nightmare of blunders. The
,d lurdin- utile law.s ,,, road SK,rl ���R,keli ������. bustling to and from yoms had heard ths story time aid
malting should he tnscussed by ih- ,���,- barns, Ifs the pastoral life for ���' gainb T1}a French, in ISTO, were to-
'"""   '  "' ms rl""' Ins.    Mm    who wander about eitie:,  tally unprepared l'or war. were badly
Perhaps lhe greatest  effect^J   llie| Idle and  hungry, while then- are op-  equipped ami badly led.    Their plans
-gaul-sallou
Plied and  badly led.     their |ili
is|porttinlties line    this    offering,    are lacked cohesion,   tienerals fought
dependently one ot' the other. Treasi
Perhaps renders ol this may think was |al(] at lhl. n001. ���,- ������,. Bm1 ,
ie  writer    ol  ike foregoing hus hit
ion the school 1 ''"���    '���""''B    '" parnnmeniurj    lawiine,  writer    ot  me foregoing lias nil   ,���������,.,,.��� it   ,.���,���  ���   ,���,.,.:,., .    ,������. .  ,���
[ mnklng  lho   'I'i't  ho  will get  in a  good  farmers'   upon  ��  soft   spol     li   is  more  than     �� w "   tenlble    mess in
--���   , i. i.     -I-   .,    -    .     -.,. . I ..r .'       ���    '     '    :    ".     . 'i""1-  mini | which the poor soldiers never had the
coine. Whnt about France? Who was
General Joffre? Who were Uie other
generals': Newspapers hmi but recent
iy declared tbat France was uupre
pared. Was ihis true? Ami .ill weni
on being troubled in secret ie-t
l ranee s.lOUlii ai'i.iii prote unn , ly,
After vague news reached fans
ili.it. General Joffre wss in retreat
from charieroi, tin- ldTu bugaboo
loomed bigger and bigg***. Maugeugi
wus Invested, I.iih wa- o :; ^u
Then there came silent; :��� t. .. u.:)j,
withoui any real new:-. The government moved to Bordeaux, the tie.--
mans were now in Maubeuge, Com-
piegne, Soissons, Rheims, - ha one,
Epernay, Lunevllle, Verdun ami
Nancy were seriously menaced Paris
it seemed, was doomed aud ! . .���:-
were reporied to be at the gaiti ....
worst fears of soldiers and homefolis
seemed realized; it looked 'ike _.
oilier 1870, only  worse.
Still there wus no punic. Thi.:-
the   exiulus   of   thousands   Of   !������   [ -
who objected to living iu Parii   ...._.
a German occupation, but tho        ..."
calm,    France's    sacred   union'   *a.s
rin.    Ihu the doubt, insl o the
from    the stnndpolnl oi mnklng  thel11""  no wm get lr. a good  larmers" I upon  ��  soft   snot     n  is  more  than I   ,"��� ", ,i , .��� ,    ,   ,   i ",",d o( F,ranc? by 1870,    was there.
ei.oo! wha, ii oughl lo he. thev- will  ''lhl'     llu  n,,d,, lo  rub    uu against II ��lv  liowevcr    ,al he IsTosVsfe  Pni , ',6 rr S"' S IT'?' h,1d '"" i f""1'-,'""1 !""'���  V ' "'   ;
makeel ges  ivhich will lead to tho   >lia     Wlow-tarmer.     lie    need:     to \0That Mark Taplevtani Iblt^should  "^"^   ,;'K'."''1'    ��",��""!*'"''��'"'"-s. �� j <��o��* <h"> ��� '.-m-r al Jol...   was
"""'���'  ��(    "'" -rk done    lujlear ,  farming today Is no,  lb.U?U%,,_i^ -     -,        " "
��(e"Se  !"":��� "'. ."   "  l""..1""   ^K^'V.m^J,\?.'^.L^^^ "���-ym*J�����\    So.   when   the   soldiers   started   ror|S^^ ^
inother's burdens. Every
lu
lowo^ii-iilisVii'-i;';;;,m";,���;m;,;;r;"oi1 uu ^ w^1' hi*u^ '���>^ "-i"'*" 'k,rfiv"����Pc.��on_ed: by ��i-__l
to work m this strain ot spirit, and lo  M.lr,    ,,���������;,,  1;ll|  b ,  .,,,,,,,,,,,.  igm? | a victory there, a sort i    i
all It is possibli, li
handicap   off som
finite plan for a change in our school  llme ,lils l'""11' "'hen he should talre|to bear om
system,   bul   the   farmer  should   get Itlle  initiative and    do  something  to
road*  io listen to plans ol this kind.  uuilcl  "P ''i" community  in  place of
There Is not  a  better place than nt  hindering some one else  from  doing
���r.  meeting of his club,  where there nnyt.nng. I    	
will   be   l'ree   discussion   and   every!     ihere i.s nothing equal to a regular  ers,    nnd  is eoniriDtiiing io tne wei- Uyero her generals equal to tl
effort mnde to gel at the reels. organisation to kelp u man boost for  tare alike of his own country nnd the hasi( ahead?   li not, then    "
Tee farmers' club   can be used r.s  his community.    He  can and  should  empire,    He   Is  uplifting  his   fellow-      They dare nol  lei  their ml
i,  means of entertainment  and  as a -join his farmers' club, und then work  man, he is assisting In the clothing I _eyond this politt,    Individually    thi
no-tins of inakii!    country  life  more] for the development of his common- i mil feeding of his countrymen, maybe I mos| intelligent soldiers in the world
other  etl.se and   Idess
opinion un They did aot know t_e -^
ih.in ihe knapsack j tie of tin  Marn   i
to lake thc
i's should-
to   tlle   wel-
Waa   France   better    prepared   this
time?     Would   she   be   belter     led?
: great
un
agreeable to the young people, and Ity and muke II the besl community
thus keep lliose on the farm who Iin the state,- Montreal Family Her
should slay Ihere.    The tendency of ] aid.
tii r ot the world   Vet this was
General Bonnal       I i
" this is the first tit i
ledgo that a  great  .     -    -    ���
an I lighting ai : he sad e tin
elghl da* - in bui   essio
furnish the effort by 11
inst.uuiy its long ami pale
Mental Equipment
, , mosl into
is townsmen ai tne iroiit. nnd he is  (|IPV |lnv|
eltlng an example thai cannot be too  iUg'0f civilization, un Imagination, eo I Into an Irresistible offensive."
lexu-nslvely    follt.wed.    He    is doing hhev sang aud quit ihinking; thev |ok-      Vet thai  Is whal  th
 _,  _         __    .    J bis   share   toward    reconciling    Hie |e(i with one another, never adm'iltlng  was able to do.    Chn   s
l-si-    i ii  "   lir,      -,"V   .      ��� wants of the city with tin   needs   ol! even lo themselves���let alone to lhelr  ��   new   Fnuiee
blina DOy Who  Made   dood,rr " oun try.    He is also prabably |coml.ttlleB   lha,  u,��� doubt  was ihere.   doubt   aws    ttfted, the  1870     .,...������.
prolonging    his own  life  ns  well  as      |,.l(,|;  |,ome y,v. hearts of mothers, |banished.   Tlie people
Technical   Knowledge   is   Essential  to | The   Heavy   Handicap   of   Blindness I Above"alT 1
king  matters  easier   for
oil
the Successful  Farmer
If Un re is any one ihing thai  the j
average man moving io a new district
dors really believe, ii  is ihai success
lies in the con n I ry and mil in himseir. j j(, = |s upward" "'toward'    the 'fuliillnic'
Only   Made   Hirr   Htess  on   All
the Harder
"tick lo your dream, hay. l.ei noth-
ng swerve you from the path    thai
1! lliere Is uny one Ihing thai he does i of vour life's ambition
not believe In, it Is In his owu mental |    v*(1��� wiM U1[,e|  wjtl] ;|ifn,.imi,, ,lm,
Itilpmenl for the' task thai lies hi
fore him, The great muss of farmers, whether we llnd theni in u new
or old country, do nol us yel value
very much, the making uud finishing
of Uie farmer himself. A farm boy
nml his father would never llilnk or
Hiking hold ol' ii trade or profession
without some years of mental and
pructlcnl  preparation,
An; I'm liter would laugh ul us if we
iulvoeuled   the_ putting  of  boys   into
discouragements, bul when you do,
just think of the mi n, llerreshoff, the
|oat builder, who died the other day
in Rhode Island. In Ills life you ought
to Iind Inspiration enough to lift you
over uny obstacle.
When John B, lletieshi.fr wus u hoy
Ills ; nihil ion win lo design uml build
thi fastest boats in ths world, lie
became blind while yei u boy.    Thai
is  provini
him
If  u
fathers, wive
sisters uud sweethearts I
true   j'atrio:   in   earnestly  doing  his
were troubled by the stime unexpres-
'..ne? in i ii arm', thi  .. 'n
Hem eforth,  whal -   p ....
host  to promote product!.)
Globe
Toront
The Country Banker
With   His:   Intimate   Knowledge  of  Af
sed   dread   lest   191-1   prove   another ] m lhe  Frfich sold'er   he '���        ���   .
j lK7e.   And If such should prove to he i tu  be  discouraged,   u.   ca -
the rase   *   *   �� retreal or doggedly hi
They, too, smiled and talked cheer-   won,   nny   or  all,   with   '   . :     y   and
| fully of u new und irresistible France, good cheer,    He has :,
All knew, those who remained wait-  fleers ami   aith in himself
ling ns well us those who went to war,  the  war may  be  long     ut  be  grins
fairs.   He   Can   be   Nui.thered       [that for torty-foitr years Gaminuy had  ami grits bis Jfeth:
Amonn the Wise Men               been lvlng, eating s eeplng, drink ng      .,.   '-''.f    em at
ll   Diogenes were to return  to the  dreaming war, und thai this wur hnd,     lhe ghost  of 1870  has  been  _J_
world todav wiih his iunier    nml tub, | -== .       ���      ��� -��� =
n^AiytbX Woman Farraer|    ��airy Test at Brandon
be spend  his  time on the city street j   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
corners?    Would lie Iind the man who   a   Clever     Mlssoui1     Woman     Wins I Ayrshires Made the Highest Scores tt
knows nun and human affairs best in [ Fame  ar  a  Farms,. i Any  Cows
Stiilc street, or \.'all street, or Fifth
would have discouraged any ordinary | avenue, or University avenue?
.Missouri's lirsi woman to become ..
dairy competition ut tae Er_i-
| models  were  iho  best,  for  when   he | tlio" biock "know  nu re than  thai sho
was 'Jl years old he bnlll the I'astcsl
yiu-lil the world had ever known, nn-:.
i ri,lion.     Thai   is   brain   work
mighty high order, ,��������,,. I while he could uoi see the boat  yo.
Would,,    I    helps      an?.liii'iK-i" bel'elt ihe dash .nil plungi and swift
greatlj It he knew how to analyze I Is         of |t      , ,    u ��    ,       n|
J"'11*     �����<��� .""< M   kl'0"8]  ""'   lle  him hlo hoai nud won the race.
reely tells the ra-m.er wha  ho knows,      ,.,���   ||hill   ,he       nt    .,, ���        ,,,.
lui the average ramerdoes   ol he   ,..,���,      ,.,��,..,     ���,,���.������,,,   ,,,.��� (,(,���.
lleve him, ror he knows   oo II I , ,,���.      ,       .       ��� ,,.,
"' R,r*' ,"1,"l"":''M:""l;1"."'1 ''",    r ces for lb,  America's , .p. lie built
nnli'i'ully  udl heheve a  leu;, an.   i.,-    ( t       .,.(r.lcrtionu 1   Industry.
cent It when h: .hns not utfilerstnnd  .,.,,,. BOvci*iimonl  of his own country
it.   And so ii goes. VV11|||  |(| ||im for [0,.pe,io boats    The
of   il
was a little girl.
i'he country doctor, the country
parson, the country lawyei perhaps
lead lliose who know iheir fellow-
men, bul a place musi be made also
fer (he i ountr- banki r. True, he does
nol soe men aim women in Ihe tens-
i - n omentB ol domestli li: . That is
:��� u . u for ihe country doctor, nnd,
In ,. : t-fi r di gi i���'. the minister, Like
tin law), r, lo -, hi i limited to men
for the mosl pan in his dealings.
Woiiou seldom borrow and only la-
rreqentl] requln ti,. services of n
lawj'i r. '
Bui modem ecouomli a ha\ e armed
, iin  leudi i  w;tli qui.stlons and the en-
led    a  few  diiya iisu a  tin   business   life  oi   thi   community
pa pern or books learn a little or better | ;u<,c.cs*1t"1 |?aD'. r��   '"' '!:mI ,|;nlr|i    'I passes In review before him. Business
methods,    hut   nothing of prliictpleB,  fnlly ���lOinaat- Ci��-Star t]     ifs ':'""-' ��" l",:i'"ni"'s ' "'��� ,il* "lan
lllill 1    ll
ther oi   fai;
Hm   ihe  brlghlesl   men  anion;:  t
farmers are caichlng on, They read
!&?"-rM f��'-'  "-"'-fa^t Torpedo
Then those who   cniiuol    learn from
era ar�� catcning on    i ney read   ,,,,,������    ���,.,���, ,,������,���,    the"wot.ld"  un'ti
i!Ii?j!'mJ1!1!.^^ !!!.'![ "'i1.''1...^. 'I England,  Kussia  und  Italy gave him
lb
arge number of hogs she marketed.
In addition to her farm Interests,
.Miss Mitchell Is Interested in every
form of wot,inn's activities. She also
1- secretary of tho National Women
Farm   Managers'   association,   secre-
ei of tho Missouri Home .Makers'
conference, viee-presldenl of lhe ,\lis-
sourl Mural Life conference, n gi nl
of the Columbia ohupti r, Daughter ��� ot
1812, nud chairman of the indu
and sen ini e indltlons departini ul
the Missouri Federation of Women's
clubs, bi Idei oltilng u number ol
minor offices.
she is ii graduate of Stephens' college, Columbia, un I  for in.my j ei.rs
w ;is pi esldenl of Its Alumn te ussocl
tion.   Chicago Tribune,
trom  whal  ihqy  see ihe  inure inlrlli-!
genl farmer prnclice.- Montreal Fam-
U-  Herald,
Ins well as the transaction passes un-
Granted  that  mistakes  have  bi
made, or granted that  the disc very
Higher Prices for Timothy ll?.*?,8 ^riaeZ^
I, , ,],., i.n,., -it,-1  jve of til's lender j 'a made lieu the v, :r is going to uo
ountrv  hunk.    If the  farmer|longer and harder than some people
i learns  lhe  eosl   oi  fart
the   hunker I imagined u few months ago, ii is all
ii  machinery,! the more Incumber.! on us to make
'tin
reeen:
No Humanity Now ,,���'��,' - I Iho'""<iifforpirt""Briirtf)��   Vhp '''differVnt I the real mind of the country, the mind
l-'rointlenblntt of Hamburg in a   F;u'mers  M,oulrt  Save  Go0-'  Patches  manufacture-!   ihe  use's   the savings  which is Inflexible   and undismayed
Issue says: | of   Timothy   For   Geed as compared' with  the ' less  modern  nnd determined to make all sacrifices
"Ther 'o no bucIi  things as  ih��'    Presenl and prospective high prices methods.   The astute lender nlso dis-j'hut nre needed for victory, We have
principles of humanity. for buy is having the natural effect In Lovers how much wheat the borrower great Allies and enormous reserves of
"Poisonous gas  Is  but  one  lnst.ru-  reducing the ureas that  may  he lefi ihu;,  what the production i.- per acre,  strength;  and, whatever may be the
ment of warfare among mnny others;   to timothy  seed.    Uuporls  from  the What other assets the borrower has,  difficulties, we aro increasing in naval
the outcry agninsl ii Is due   in   the UriTied Slates also indicate    reduced  and why It is thai he is oul of ready and military power month by month.
face thai  ii has not yet been tinlver- areas tbat   y  be left to this seed  cash,    in  time  lhe grocer,  the  law- Nothing bul an Inflexible will Is nee-
F���;iy adopted. crop.   Two-thirds of our supply Is us- yer, the  doctor,  the smith,  and  the ' esaary   to   muke   victory   assured. -
h.  war ihere  Is  no such  Ihing as  ualy    imported    from    Ihe    United  station ugem  will knock at his door Westminster Gazette
humanity,  nor should  there  be, nm.   stales,  where  ii   Iff grown  on    lanlj with the story of their lives and ambi- ��� *  -
all    tie ittcubratlons   of The Hague ranging    in  value  from  $76  to $15151 tions. I    Mike und  Pal  met one day on lhe
Conference on this subject ure but so : per acre.    This seed  comes    rather      '."very loan is a symposium of other street.
much childish prattle,                          badly hulled, bul  is particular!*   free  men's business.   Add a dash of imag-     "Oh,  Put." says  Mike,  "I  dreamed
."Modern     technical     experiments  from weed seeds. Inatlon, nnd the country banker can  lasl night that you died and went to
yield new weapons to him who is not i    Tlie  prospects  fo.    this    year are]in  numbered among lhe wise men oflilie lower world."
"" '" ' ""' '  '  '" '-'���      '   'the- world.���-Chicago Tribune. I    "Well,"  sa-s   Pat,   "it   might   have
an Idiot and know.-, how lu take ad-1 considerably higher pikes for Lino
vanlBge of them. thy seed.    Canadian rnrmers are ad-
'Germans, nol being idiots, decline vised lo bear this situation In mil !
to he fientimentallzed." land arrange to leave for seed panic-
Tht*) i.l-o decline to rank them- ulitrly clean pieces ol' timothy, Seed
���olvf-. aim.nt ull honorable men!        I Branch, Ottawa,
"Darling, I think of y,,,; i \ t ry mo
nif-nt In the duy."
"haw Bakes, Ton,, y.n some attention lo your work or you i] get flred.''
bet:
won
"HoVj lhat?" exclaimed Mike, 1
amazement.
"YVi 11." return ,d Pat, "It might hav
iu. i. uue."
Three points for each y- .c 1 c*
solids  mot fan.
One point for each :er, lays ...
milk uiier the llrst thir > daya fmil
ten points.
Awards   in     llie     various    - - H
Wl re as follows:
upen to pure bred or grade heifer
under three years:
First, i.ukeview, Miss Prim, Ayrshire; owner, li. Ness, De Winton,
Alta,   119. 5 points
Second, I'i is Mourlers Bea ly, Jersey: owner, .los. Harper, Klnley,
Sask    89 49 points.
Third,  Aggie Teake    Po Hol
stein:  J   Ulennli   and la   .....
.,  :.  Mai.
Fourth, Princess of ^^ li irn,
Hi neli i ivner, Gei Bi - -. i,
vYinterl im,  A ta.    83.4!   ,    -.'-
Cow, flvi   years ot  o\ er:
First,   Bar.'heskle   Miy   12th,  Ayrshire;     i �� ni r, ile,      Bi '. ngton,    r
ow i.i r, ft. Ness- -14.' 69 points
Si ��� ond,   la     lohanna,  lloisiein:
OW ur r.   Ill o,    lb I Ingti n.      lie.  tl   .-.- -
130.09 points,
':'i !rd, Rub)  Jean, I In���130.09
points-
Fourth,   Madeline    Di     Ko .    Holstein; owner, A. H, Potter, Langbask,
Sask.���125.10 points.
silver Lily Jewel "-third, Holstein;
owner, J.  li.  Laycock,  102.12  pi  nts.
Alfalfa Good *"or Horses
Alfalfa is practically i.s good when
fed to horses as when fed to milch
cows or to growii'i; stock, but we
must be careful to "balance" tbe ration. Timothy hay is a good filler
and that is one of i.s treat values in
feeding horses: it affords bulk t.>
th" food, so when timothy is fed
along with oats we have a very nice
combination. The outs furnish the
'strength" nnd the timothy furnishes
the bulk. Alfalfa is a feed reaiiy
"stronger" than oats, and when we
use it in place of timothy we are just
doubling the strength of onr teed.
Tin feed is mude so "strong" that the-
animal Is unable to utilize it entirely
an : tbe portions not utilized must Le
worked off bj the kidneys in inn'*
nic'i-sure. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weeky   Newspaper,   l'uliished   at
Courtenav, B. 0.
N. II. ItonKN, liditor and Proprietor
���tabscription $t.fi0 per Year in  Advance
j THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ���*", 1915
COMOX
The Harvest Thanksgiving ser-
vices were held at St. Peter's church
on Sniulav last ami were well attended. Tlu; clmrcli was beautifully
decorated with grain, fruit, vegetables and flowers.
Mrs. and Miss Dallas, of Cumberland, visited friends in Coinox
on Tuesday.
Mrs. Cokely nnd Mrs. Rippon
visited friends in Comox last week.
The Dredge King Edward left on
Friday morning, repairs necessary
to pump.
The S. S. Malespine has been
here for a few days���Admiral Story
and McPhilips of Esquimalt Dock
Yard landed here on business.
E. H. Davis is erecting a silo on
the Robb farm.
Mrs, Anderson of Courtenay is a
guest of Mr, and Mrs. Martin at
the Elk Hotel,
A business man travelling in B.
C, generally expresses himself thus-
ly "The province, which all points
I visited, holds for the future business for���, was very gratifying indeed and the only drawback I saw
was, as is often the case, that the
local man in each community was
allowing himself to be persuaded
that times are hard and business is
bad. This is iu itselt a difficulty to
overcome before the actual problem
of the business can be met and
I wish to impress upon you that
you are living in a locality (Comox)
blessed in many ways.' A true optimist. A few live men of similar
calibre would be indeed a boon in
these troublesome times. If you
cannot "boost" don't "knock."
Mr. Robb is somewhat improved
in health since his return.
There will be no services at St.
Peter's church on Sunday, owing
to Rev Mr. Watson being at Denman Island, where he will conduct
Harvest Thanksgiving services.
Do not forget the Red Cross concert in Martin's hall to-morrow
(Fridav) night. The Nob Hill
scholars- will contribute the program
This is a worthy object and the
children will likely be greeted by a
full house,
Our samples of Xmas and New
Year greeting cards have arrived.'
Leaye your order early.
The Fool and Forest Dollars
Goodbye to tlle fool with the empty gun;
Forgotten his lii.l (or fame,
Though   lie   kills hi*   friend,   it   only
counts one,
Ami that, nowadays, is tame.
Tlie fool who playfully  rocks the bout
Is on the front page no more,
Ile may rank high with the tools afloat
Hut his glory is gone ashore.
There's tlle fool witli   women,   the   fool
with wine,
Ami the fool who games with strangers,
Ami the joy-ride fool   lhe   does well in
his line
Hv combining these ancient dangers).
Hut they're ull still down in the primer
class,
Mere tioviees taking ti dyer.
Compared with the prize-taking criminal
uss,
The fool ill   tlie woods with lire.
A few hearts lireuk for tlle deeds they've
done
In their pitiful amateur way,
But fire sluys dozens where Ihey slay one
And Scourges u state ill a day.
For tiie ruined home and the smokeless
stack
And the worker unemployed
Know a hundred years shall never bring
back
The things that his match destroyed,
���li. T. Allen
Mr. Acklaud returned to Yicteria
on Monday,
Spain devotes more than 3,500,-
000 acrrs of land to olive cultivation
New York leads the states and
Michigan ranks recond in salt production.
Some Japanese spiders make
webs so strong it requires a knife to
cut them.
Some miscreant mixed oats iuA.
Leddingham's ex'ti! t of wheat at
the show on Friday last. This
sort of,thing is very annoying and
should be stopped.
The Courtenay Literary and
Debating Society recommenced
operations for the winter months
on Wednesday evening in the old
; tioard of Trade rooms above Robertson's Drug Store,   The meetings
i will be held weekly at 8 p. m.
The suitability of Vancouver Island soil for the growing of wheat
aud other grain crops is exemplified
1 by the results achieved this season
by a well known South Saanich
farmer, who has produced a crop of
wheat which yielded au average of
seveuty bushels to the acre, aud a
crop of oats which gave 110 bushels
to the acre. The grain was grown
on bottom laud in tlie Keating valley not more than 10 sniles from
Victoria.
Advertise In The Review
THE COURTENAY H CTEL
REOPENED
Under New Management
Comfortable Rooms
First   Class   Meals
Electric Light Toroughout
Srtictly ([Moderate   Rates
Only the Hest Wines and Liquors Stocked
Vour Patronage Is Respectfully Solicited
T. Booth,[Prop.
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo  Railway
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Victoria and Way Stations
Connecting  nt   Nanaimo   with   Princess   Patricia   lor   Vancouver]
RETURNING���Arrives at Courtenay at
16:10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Steamship tickets on all lines to all parts
of tlie world. For particulars etc., address
L. D. CHETHAM
Dill. Passenger Agcnl, Victoria
HERBERT C.SWITZER
Agent Courtenay, Phone R60
(Mad* tn Canada)
There _r�� cheaper coreete, but
why ihould you wear them when
the difference in price tl so little.
CUMBERLAND
The Battered Trench
"f-tas a glorious morn in May,
Tlie dew still on the grass;
As we sat in a battered trench
Diseusstng lhe aspliyxeathig gas.
All the lines were perfectly quiet,"
You could not hear a sound;
As we sat in the battered trench
'Mid ruins 'ill araund.
But that canny morn passed slowly on
And broke was the quist spell,
When a hundred nuns bvrst forth
With a crash of a very Hell.
The men that held that battered trench,
Each bore his hopeless lot,
"fwas that of a terrible death,
A mass, a near hotel pot.
The shrapnel fell likl hailstones,
With a most terrific row;
Mangling thut battered trench
Wee the work of a Devil's plough.
Long, long shall I remember,
Perchance to my dying day;
The sifihtfl I saw ill that battered trench
On the 24tU of May.
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Collins desire to
thank the many people who turned out
and helped rescue them and their effects
Irom the fire which totatiy destroyed
tlieir home 011 Wednesday evening.
miming a lamp of camphor in a
room will clear it of insects.
A cardboard mount containing
fonr smt.ll photographs, belonging
to Aid. Robertson, and a Pale-
gonian Geranium belonging to Mrs.
McKenzie have gone astray from
the Fatr, will the parties having
them kindly return them to the
secretary. ���
C. P. DUNDAS
Barrister   and  Solicitor,   Notary  Public
P. 0. Box 209
Phone 24
Courtenay
MONEY TO LOAN!
We are open to receive applications for the follow-
loans on improved farm proyerty in the Comox
District, First Mortgage Security
$5,000 for 3 years at 8 p. c. interest
$1,000 for 3 years at 9 p. c. interest
$1,000 for 3 years at 10 p. c. interest
H. D. FORDE & CO.
Phone 57 COURTENAY
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Comox   Co - Opreative
Society Ltd.
has again opened for business in
Courtenay in the
BROWN BUILDING
and hopes to merit
a   Share   of   Public   Patronage
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Phone 33; End of Bridie; F. MoviU, Mgr.    Retail
H. V. Collins Burned Out
About 10:30 last night fire broke I tirely of wood, the enterior being*
out in the 'old Saudwick Ladies! finished in cedar. Mr. and Mrs.
College, now the home uf Mr. and Collins, who were married about a
Mrs. H. V. Collins. Willing bands ! year and a ha'.f ago. had takeu a
were quickly ou the scene as soon | long lease of the place, and had
at the alarm was sounded. All the 'completely renovated and repainted
furniture etc., lu the down stairs! the building. Their many friends
por.iou was saved, but the upper | are sorry to see them lose their com-
storey, containing five bedrooms
fully furnished and six large trunks
full of clothing, etc., were destroyed. Mr and Mrs. Collins had
retired for the night, when Miss
nig'ar noticed the smoke and aroused them, they got out iu their night
rebes. The fire burned furiously
for upward*: of two hours. The
building was one of the oldest iu
the valley having been built about
thirty, five years ago, and  was en-
fortable home. There was a small
insurance on the contents, but it is
not known whether there was any
insurance on the building.
NOTICE.
All persons liavirg accounts against
the Comox Agricultural Association will
please hand them in on or before Tuesday Oct. 5th, to the secretary,
P. L. ANDERTON.
Dr. McKay Jordan
created somewliat of a sensation in Nanaimo, Ladysmith and Duncan when he announced he had acquired a complete stock of ground and unground
lenses and grinding plant, and would as a matter of
introduction examine eyes and sell glasses at $3.50
which, in the ordinary way cost from $7.50 to $10,
with like reductions in special cases; the result being the doctor's offices were crowded all day long on
his visits during the past few months
Next week he will give  the residents of the northern  end of
the Island and Vancouver an opportunity of obtaining glasses
at the same prices as Nanaimo, Ladysmith and Duncan
When one considers the offer, made by such an   eminent Kye
Specialist, who has had  18 year's practice  in the province to
substantiate any statements made, it ia certainly a guarantee
of his reliability
This special offer on the doctor's part is simply to become
better acquainted throughout British Columbia, and at the
same time, during the present financial stringency, giving
those ir. need of glasses the benefit of the bargain he secured in
purchasing a large stock of lenses at less than 5c on the dollar
The itinerary for the week :
Letters to The Editor
Editor Review,
Dear Sir,���In the editorial column "f
last week's Review there is uu article
incorrectly criticizing certain ol the
Aldermen and accusing them ol ridiculous action in connection with tin.- i|itea-
tion of dealing with the bridge planks
taken by certain of our citizens for their
own private use with the permission ol
the Mayor and George Leighton, chairman of the Hoard of Works. This action was not right on the part of the
above mentioned officers because all the
members of the Board of Works, namely
G. Leighton, W, G. Robertson and J.
W. McKenzie had previously agreed
that the planks were to lie hauled to Isabel street until the council would decide
where to use them, Therefore it was au
undignified action ou the part of the
Mayor and George Leighton, chairman
of the board of works, to ignore W. t*..
Robertsod and J. W. McKenzie, who are
the other two members of the board of
works.
After a full discussion   of the question
iu the council  n resolution   wns   moved
by   J, Johnston,   seconded   by   W.   G,
Robertson, that our city   constable serve
notice on the parties to return the plank
within 4S hours of notice   and threatening   legal proceedings,   but the   Mayor
, refused   to   allow   the resolution   to be
submitted to a vote of the council.  Next
morning .1 ol the Alderman, J Johnston,
Fred Kerton, W. t*.. Robertson, A.  McNeil ind J. W.   McKenzie, gave   notice
and called a special meeting to deal with
I the question and  passed the  resolution,
: the Mayor and George Leighton abseut-
! iug themselves.    At this special meeting
1 at   which the   resolution was   passed it
I was decided by said  resolution   that no-
'��� tice be served   on the  parties who  took
the  planks   to return   theni  within   24
hours after receiving notice,    Only  one
of the parties  have returued  the planks
they took away thus far.   Such defiant
��� disregard of the majority   of the council
\ and the resolution   passed  by them and
i the notices sen ed should not be allowed
[ to pass without  the public  knowing the
whole truth of the matterr
I     Now,   Mr.   Editor,   as the   article in
! your   last week's   paper makes   speaial
I mention of W, Hodgson in  terms which
' are very  misleading and  incorrect   for
the  public to   pass their   opinion upon,
the unvarnished truth is published herewith.
Mr. Hodgson stated to George Leighton, chariman of the works committee,
that he wanted to use the planks to lay
a sidewalk over a mudhole on the street
near his premises on the Lake Trail
road. George Leighton, chairman of
the works committee, hail no legal right
or authority to give Hogdson permission
without the works committee by majority obtaining the approval of the city
council first. Hogdson after keepiug
ths planks on his own premises for a
few days and in defiance of notice to
bring them back where he took them
from, commenced, with the assistance of
B. Kerton, to lay a sidewalk opposite
lot 3. block B. map 1457. Immediately
after commencing to lay the sidewalk
W. G. Robertson and J. W. McKenzie,
being two of the members of the works
committee, served a written notice on
these men asking them to cease any
further work until they got the approval
of the council first, but they kept on
working at the sidewalk, and to make
tlieir defiant offence greater tbey laid
the sidewalk in the wrong place opposite
lot 4. block B, where they did not follow the subdivision street line with sidewalk, but they only kept the proper line
of street in front of lot 4, block B, and
wnen they reached the corner of lot 4,
block B, they departed from the straight
line as shown on plan of street. Instead
of following the registered street line
they laid the sidewalk at an angle protruding out on the street far enough so
as to be outside of Hodgson's fence
which fence protrudes out into the plsn
of street ss shown on registered plan.
By laying this sidewalk in the wrong
place Hogdsoa   and  Kerton have   left a
V-shaped piece of   the
lying   between   tlie s
front line of lot 4, bio
so a perpetual   nuis.im
.in   injustice to   the n
registered  street
idew.ilk   ami   the
k It, and by d ling
e  is   created and
idtuts   mi lot 4,
block B.   opposite   whose   premise.-, the
nuisance exists.    All the above mentioned unlawful conduct  by   \V.   Hodgson
and Bj. Kerton,   and iu   defiance of the
city  council,   should   uot be   permitted
without a thorough   investigation in the
law courts,
Yours truly,
JOHN'JOHNSTON,
Lake Trail
Courtenay, B. C, September is, 1915      i
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B, C.
Best Meals North of Nanii
Choicest Liquors and C
C. A. Martin,   Pro*
mo
ars
BENJ.  MOORING
Blacksmith
General
:   Vour  Pntroi
Qlvi	
MI 1.1, STREET
IVr;
COUltTKNAT
Public Notice
N*
To TUB   RATBPAVBRS  in-Tin;  City oi'!
COURTli.NAY
OTICK is herein- given that the'
period for all.wing rebate on the i
taxes has been extended to the 31st day
of October, Anv person paying taxes j
ou or before that date will be allowed I
the rebate of ten per cent, ou the general tax.
W. A. W. IIA.MIiS.
Citv Clerk
Dated at Coirtenay, Sept. 2i, 1915.;
Palaee Livepy
&FeedStabh
Tenders
SEALED TENDERS to move and reset the Old School Building, Grantham, B. C, will be received by the undersigned up to 6 o'clock p. in. on Monday October 4, 1915. Also sealed tenders
for digging and cribbing a well will be
received by the Secretary of the School
Board up to the above time.
Lowest or any  tender uot   necessarily
accepted.
For further particulars applv to
MARKHAM   B. BALL.
Sec. Grantham School Board
Sanowick, B. C.
Horses  and   Buggies  for
Terms cash.
Hire
We also attend to wood hauling
JAS.
Courtenay
CAIRNS  &
Proprietors
SOX
Phone 2$
CHARLES CHARLTON
MONDAY ut TUESDAY
Union  Biy,   Fmer _ Biihop, 7
Home Office, 324-5 Birlti  Bid,-.,
Vancouver
Iill 10 p. n.
FRIDAY, OCT. 1:
WEDNESDAY:
Cumberlud,   McLean's   Jewellery
Parksville,   Rod mi   Gnu Hotel,
9 ��. d. till soon
Store
SATURDAY, OCT. 2:
Qualicam Bench Inn, 2  p. m. till
4 p. m.
NanaimoHruch office, Fret Preii
block
The writer   having accompanied the  doctor ou his   southern
Vancouver Island tours, can  ouly say that every patient was
exceeding well  satisfied  and the doctor always received a
hearty welcome on return trips
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfittin**
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courtenay
CM
10'-   L.l
eannip-
Dyeing
and Pressing
Garments turned out liitenew
Alterations and repairs
of every description
Old Bank Building
Phone 17 Courtenay
NEW
PERFUMES
Stationery,   School Supplies,
Toilet Articles,
Hair Brushes, bristle, whalebone, etc.
Photographic   Supplies  and
Pure Drugs
Robertson's
Drug Stoie
When  !n  Doubt
Play Trumps
Have Goard Tune Your Piano
Factory Experience
Recommends   f i-- j :i i   Leading  Mua
from the Atlantic to the Pacific.   G  -  is
of same furnished    n -- quest
' W. J. Goard   will De   iu this citj   about
August 1.    Leave orders   it thia  < fi_e
or write 'lire':* ti
845, 8th Ave., W.    ���    Vancouver
To Bake
or
Not to Bake?
The former i.s really unnecessary when Bread from the
Courtenay Bakery is available
andby reason ofquality lias so
many votaries. Get the A B
habit andjsatisfaction
W. Aitken    -      rop.
Ot'posiUuew PresL5terian Church
Counter Check Books
 and	
Loose Leaf Billheads
AT    EASTERN    PRICES
We are now able to supply the needs
of every merchant in the district with
the above goods at exactly the same
prices as quoted by eastern houses.
Holders supplied free. Ring us up
and we will call with samples, etc.
The Review, Courtenay
Telephone 59
Isabel Street THE   REVIEW.   L'Ol'UTNEY.    H. C.
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\ BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE
FINEST QUALITY
10 CENTS PER PLUG
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The Mystery
<>! lilt-
Ravenspurs
By Fred M. White
Ward,   Lock   <t   Co     Limited
...London.  Melbourne and Toronto }
Ithtgltsh. 'Yonr i nine 1st' rgitis Tehlg-. Iron-nerved as site was. She st.iinii; r
crsky, and your i:ompniiiu"ti is Ralph ed out some halting, stumbling explain
.lutnes Muylon. I have fouiiil ?ou oul I atlon. Slu- was suffering from ir-i-
have only in raise ni) linnd itntl ynur | vous lieiiilm-lie. she was subject to that I
kind nf Ihing, and tliere was a remedy j
Your Rural Club
��� ii was nil over l said nolhlng. I
nsked no pity. I'il' I Vou mlghl as
well atrl* e i" soinn the lienrl of the
ivounili il llgor iiini lias you ilnw n �� llll
a handful of nuts.   Tin i  I
Telilg laky pausi d.    Ills - >vs were
mi i ic (able,   Hi- I i d In lho i ilki n
tlircnil lhal wus slow Iv mov lug In the
direction nf lhe door.
"Mil hi" m   snid - if ly    "Blow out
.-In- always carried In her jacket  pocket.    And the juckei  was in the bal'
i Tii be Continued)
Keep the Land (lean
EVERY COUNTRY WOMAN SHOU LO K NOW TH E VALUE OF A CLUB
AND HOW TO FORM ONE
(By Grace Vlall Qrny, in the Country  van- plans, for she mny have splendid
ideas.    Teacher  anil   parents  should
..he in closer touch ihan they are now.
Inn
I'llAI'TIJH   XXXI.
The Silk Thread
Interested   as
Every Means Should lit Used lo Keep   In use   I.
Land Clean of Weeds
Persons Iravi ling ihrough the ci
Iry   ihis  summer speak  with  niisg.,  .
Ingg of the amoiinl nf weed grow tha  the groceries.
llelllleniau I
lay a  farmer   i
ll    Iiuil    liis     Will
hiving
"\\ hi n   are ynu golni
Dltln'l you go lo town
tor
ihe    story    thai    Tohigorsky   had no
I 11.   tli
di ti
i he slowly  ium in-:    i liread
iCoutinueui
"As I meI.i -i ul her again and again,
[ hnd an i ild fi Ung lhal I had seen
hi ' In 'ore I lurnctl to speak lo llalph
hi 'i and beheld with distended eyes
and dropped jaw thai l.e was regard-,      ,      Gradually ur.���
";= '" n'AA,     ,    ,   ��� , silken tag began lo ,1
\\ hat   s u       asked.  Do vou know     , ,,
llie patti ni on lhe ii'hi
,, , ,     i, ,       , ,. i    ��� , i sky following ii ��itli
Halph  whispered    a lew  words ui
my   ear- a   lew   pungent   words  that
turned  me  cold.    And   what   he  saw
was this.    In th,   primess we had tlie
woman from Lahore   the woman who
had  forsaken  her tribe  lo  murrj   an
English officer.    Wc had heard'before
thai    he   was  in  the  liabll  of going
may  f, ;��� long periods, and we knew
thai hei husband niusi have possessed j
himsell  of Biuldhls!  secrets,  perhaps I
sacred   Buddhist   script,  or  that   wo-1
man  would never have been allowed
to enine ait I go like Ibis.
"Had she married an Englishman In
the ordinary way and subsequently returned t i l.assa. she would have been
torn to pieces. She had been granted
absolution on purpose to wrest those
secrets from the Englishman who hail
stolen them And wo two hud boasted
in the hearing of this unman thai we
were going lo learn those secrets for
in be seen scattered ihrough splendid
nn
nnd  there  is  no better  way   ill  which
lo gel   acquainted  than  through ihc
i lib.   Tin   tencher can  make known
V '  he  asked.   |,,.r   ueedi   ami   wants   ami   also   gain
,-,si-ni.iy for  I,,,, assistance of mothers In helping
���hool   discipline,   entertainment*
pning  nm   to  form  a   rural   alu] B<lc.-a| affairs
riheli
Melds of grain.    II   uun!  mosl   iill-   llul'-" sl"'  ,l'|lli'11   ;""'   wi,,h   *!"*1, 8!1B I     ",:"1    wh��   ;,!1   th|s   talk     about   a
rorttinute If   through  lack or precau- lletl ""' l,:,,,-v s ,,"""H and asked the  club?" you are probably asking. "Why
husband io carry his daughter to Ihe   |8 ih.   club  so  necpssury?"  Vou  will
carriage. Iimi our answer In all llie little rural
Bul   in. manlike, still  persisted  In I clubs thnl an  now scnttereil over the
owls iiii-  grave danger nine the peBla become | knowing  more aboul  this new, uuex   state-    each one making life more in
rooted lu lhe soil and are allowed to I pet-fed    projeel    of his wife's,   so he   leresllng  foi   Its   members and  their
grow and ripen.    Every careful fur..i-l asked:     "What's   the   idea.     Mary'   famllf"
watchei
linns, the spread of wild and pernlc-
ions plains should become mure gen-
,liC  oral in the province, of which ihere Is
iw ay
1 mm
Igor-
ers  fears  lho spread  nf ihe seed  of
-you   iimi   ii   strange?"    he  usked Itll6se l'1""1" as he fears a plague being
(leoffrev aware ol lhe damage they are capable i
"Strange and thrilling," Geoffrej re-   of doing.
piled    "It appeals lo lhe Imnglnallon        ''" eradicate nr prevenl  the spread
Some  I raged v  nnv  be  -il   the  olhor  "''  noxious  weeds,  hard    work    ami   lold you ull 1 know and you liuvo lold   presses  II:     "Perhaps    ihr  greatest
end of thai  inuoei-nl   king thread." ' can- or Hi i utmosl vigilance are uecos-  me all you know, so I'm going lo form   thing we haw  ii
Haven'l     you  enough  lo do  wlthoul I    The  women   in  them  seem  in feel
udding more lo your work?" thai  om   ol  lhe greutesl  things lhal
Her answer silenced him for tb ��� resuli from iheir club meetings is n
lime al least: "John, luck here. Wo closer and denroi relationship among
have he n married three years  I have | neighbor*.      As    one     member    ex
it  lie
"Would she feci
the question. Ken:
must ear,-fiilly dis;
language  without
mine us? Thai was
���mber thai we were
ulscd, we spoke llu,1
Haw. we had the
a tale thai we had
ie -cursed over nin.i over again. There
was no reason why we should not pass
muster.
"Hope begun to revive. Then 1
luoked up ami caught that woman's
eye and she smiled. I dream of that
smile sometimes at night, and wake np
ire or Hi ��� utmosl vigilance are ueees-
ivould be If l sary, for Ihese things do nol rlglii
were not here.' Weimfdealing with a themselves without an offorl on the
foe whose cunning and audacity know j Wl "' ""' farmer. A western ex-
no bounds. Vou see I have been change, discussing the weed problem,
among lhe  foe and  know  something  romarka:
"No evil s ems ever alile lo reform
Itself, nnd* booze his beeu no exception, Attncki d yiai's ago, Instead of
washing' oul lhe spots from ils garments and keeping Ihcm clean, ii organized to light hack. II Inlks eloquently of compensation for property
injured by the enactment ot prohibitory laws, bul lhe farmer who, year
after year, agalnsl law and warning,
permits millions of noxious weeds lo
grow, till finally Ibe whole community
he, omes Infested, may count himself
fortunate if he should escape without
having to pay for the work of cutting
and burning his green crop and for
damage done  in  his  neighbor's,  and
iniplished has been
a eliih aad learn sum. thing now." I Ihe unifying ol Ihe members Into a
Sin li was the beginning of a rural sisterhood of very dear rrionds." Isn't
club in Wisconsin. The husband re thai worth sli'lvlng for? lsn'1 lhal lhe
ports lluil since his wile formed her greutesl accomplishment, af: -r all?
litlle  club of  women,  who,  like  her | To feci ynu are all sisters, wllh ilu
A passionate anger ruse up in lleof
frey as he watched lhe gliding ihre.nl.
"Then why nol drop upon ihem'.'"
he cried. 'Why nol produce your
proofs ami hand lhe miscreants over
lo the police?"
"What good would lhal do?" Tchlj-
orsky replied. "Could we prove lhat
the foe had had u dlrecl hand in lhe
tragedies of Ihe past? Could we ii"in
onslrate lo the satisfaction of a jury
lhal Mrs. May and hor confederates
were responsible for those poisofied
flowers nr lhe bees? And if we get
them oul of the way Ihere are others
behind Ihem. Mo, no; they musi be'
taught a lesson; ihey must know thai
are are all-powerful. And tbej must
feel the weighl of nor hands. Then
ihc painful family scandal -"
"Vou arc going too far," Ralph Interrupted warningly,
Tehigorsky chocked himself after a
.ill', self "stagnant, lias
much In Her companion in
iiatut'eil  wife and mother.
been     n  time problems In work out, wllh the
a  better    satni   daii>   duties   lo   perform,   the
| same  responsibilities  and  obligations
he will nol  raise the question of dum- j
ages,   lest   even-handed  jutsice   shall:
brankrupl him.   Likewise lhe sum invested    in   all   breweries,   distilleries ;
and wholesale and retail liquor houses
would  only he a   tithe Inward   paying
fur Iiie havo,- wrought  hy drink  even
in material matters."
The careful fanner lines no' have to
he fold of ihr- loss to himself Ihrough
The  West Ashland Country Woman's   Club, Nebraska, at an Annual  Picnic
With  Their  Families    Prior to  the Forming of This Club There
Had   Been   no  Sociability   in the Neicjlohci hood
cold and we! and shivering from head  glance al (leoffrey.   ^
in foot.    Nol  thai   1  have more  fear      "I am not to be lold everything,   ...    |,e toki of u,e loss to himself mrongli j    Even   woman  should   belong  io  a I
teen mosl   n. Inn  then 1 had seen  saw.     \vny. permitting his land to become "dirty."  club.   And Iliis is particularly true of
in n pul io death in Tibet. 'I In- torture '" '<>���-'' "',.,,"';,   ',',''' "  '.'., ' lie uses every means in his. power In   n,e eounlrj woman.    Anv woman who
���, l|10 ���.,������., ,,,������,, |M. ., plenaanl ,,,.| n,  o      it Is   ot   hat we cannot tmsl . kc(,p Ms ���,.���.,, ,.,,,.���. ,,f weG(]s  yr| ,,,,, a ^      ^^ ^      CRn fonn
''"""'" ''"' ,""'i"1 '""��� """' I      vi     I  k   ViITmv   v-V-  r-'in  in be  unfortunate thing is thai he is large-,,,,,.,    N)neteeii years ago a few conn-
"We were u-cogntzi d     .No need lo      ��""  mis   ^.<"1;'. , ,;; ,, ..,,,,. I :ly al  the mercy of his neighbors In   lry women living near Marshalltown,
tell  us lhat,    Doubtless thai   woman K��Meut.   bj this time the tiiieau nati  (1]is r3SI)ecf  .������, ������ mntter how vigi- h0wa, fell the need of a little sociabil-'
had  followed us step hy step, giving  [f'���., ' lonl the inspectors are, there Is bound  Uj and met very informally at one an
us all Uu- latitude  we  required, and   ',!.',       , , .   ..  .      ,,      .,,   ..'to be  more or less spread of  weeds  ol'hor's homes.   Gradually Ihe idea of
now  she  had come  to  leach  us  ihci      ",!'<''!^I'1' '',"|   's'.'ni'iiVi' i'S'--ivnen   rro11'  ""'  r"""' ''"' ow,,ef of which  0 ,..!���i, wilh studies grew, until  now I this desire.   The woman who once in
pains   and  penalties attaching lo oiir|l10"'.     '' numsi..'   exp aim i.        -uui   lil|,s   ���(),   ...,���u,   i,|mse|f    sufficiently  these  women  have a  thoroughly  sue-   two  weeks  dresses  her prettiest and
' Miai      (1001      W aS     CailllOUSlV     OpCll eU,    Ol ,. .        IU   ..ulnncnuon   nf  111.   lllnllo. .-I ,���    I  '    l    'i i    i    ��� C~-    �� ]-.     1     ,   In   n. n. I
to meet?
A 'ini, oftirs relaxation from thc
daily routine of work li satisfies tbi
hunger of many clever women for
more menial work. The hands are
always busy, while the mind longs
for something a Utile unusual, a little
different from the daily work. The
club wilii Its varied program answer?
office. Sin favored Us with no flll'll
er glance until the feasl had concluded
and what passes for music had begun,
when she honored hoth of us wllh a
summons to her side,
"Of course, we w< nt. In lhe circumstances lliere was nothing els, lo do.
sh made room for ns; she smile,! daz-
/.lingly upon ns. And then slowly ami
deliberately, as a cal with a mouse,
she began lo  play  with  us.
"'I speak lo you thus,' she said 'he-
cause their are others who seek  for
the secrets of lhe failll. Tiler.. Were
iwo Christian dogs who came up from
Lahore. One was. called Tehigorsky.
the niher was called Mayton' (Mayton
was your uncle s pseudonym, Geoffrey), 'and they boasted whal ihey
were going in du. They km w the language, the; said. And, behold, the one
called Tehigorsky was verv like you.
holy man.'
"II   was   e,lining.     1   bowed   gravely
course   the  thread   moved   (Jeoff'rev   alive to the seriousness of the matter cessful, practical and useful club.       j drives to some friend's house to meet
V1,ii ,.,'iv here    It-ilph   will'vo i up  '" ta'*e upo" ''imsell the eradication ���    pm, of the besl and mosi satisfac-  Ien or fifteen friends bus a litlle var-
'hv the back staircase and get np to tliel��r deleterious growl lis. Tae provincial tofy ways in go about forming a club ! ietv, a little spice added to her life,
corridor    Wall  ihere" i'1"'   m"ni''|Pn'   governments   can   do hs t0 co-operate with the woman's club  As" one rural-club pioneer writes me:
"Is there danger?" Geoffrey whisper-  'T'!. lo ?ave lh"  '""I1. [ro3  *,,"'*'   '" ,ow"'   There sho  be greater co-      .-Country  women  have not the or-
m| |bit   here is no remedies like    hose  operation between town and country  porUmUles io attend educational le!-
"Net   now."  said   Tehigorsky,  "but I w,.icl1   rc'i, i h    A,   ? women, and there is no belter place to   lur8gi  concerts  and     entertainments
this audacily passes all bounds. That  selves-���hasitatooii btai. .s,iirt (|lan ,��� lhe organization of your  fhat lown ,Vomen have. vand a well-
woman had planned to strike a blow al   cll'b-    'rll��  knvn   women,  with  their COiidueted club with a serious, varied
the  verv   moment   when  she  was  en-1 Iceless Refrigerators I greater   facllllles   lor  study   and   lib-  c0���rse   of  slutly   fills   the   need  to  a
joying lhe hospitality ot this roof. The It is nol necessary to purchase the j'ary work and with their past exper- great exient. Country women are noi
boldness of it would have averted all commercial type of tbis very con- ience, can be a great source ol help o'stracted by the multitude of aclivi-
suspicion from her.   One of the family venienl  article'   bul  housekeepers In   to you, ,j|)K t li it t assail lown women all the
mysteriously disappears and is never rural communities who do nol have (,��e valuable source ol Information
heard of again. In the morning nol one a supply of ice should copy the very for country women in the stale agri-
lock or boll or bar Is disturbed.    And   effective device used hy a number of  cultural college.    A  card dropped  to
yel lhe member of Ihe family is gone. I women  In  Ihe  western    part  of tin   " ""'  -"���"���'"������ "* ""��� """-
England would have been startled by (state,
lhe news tomorrow.
Vou bean] all Ihis'.''  Geoff
time, Hence Ihey are more responsive to eluii work. The meetings re-
lieve tlie monotony of a somewhat
quiet existence, and for many busy
women furnish the only chance to see
agricultural college of the state
iu  which  ynu  live will  bring, free of
Construct the frame work- of a cup-1 charge,  any pamphlets, leaflets.  pro-|ana visil goo(i neighbor? with nnv fre-
  d. .board  iTom  four ���!>;���! posts, and  line  gramme outlines  and so on.  thai   It  nuenc-r and regularity"
"Ves,"     Tehigorsky    said    "quietly. | the Inside of the cupboard with wire  may  have,    frequently an extension      ,���,,���,.������ ,,,.��� ..���..��'  ne'Ehbori <,0c-
"Thai disguise I showed you was use-   netting lo make il  proof against  mice I worker   can   be   obtained   to   organize I     **   'nil mm Si 11 "thai  offers rnlaia-
I is going to be more use-  and Hies.   On the outside of the cup-  or address a club   "t Ihe stale's ex-  ����i ''      ' ''   *' ;>; ^afL��tffS" ^ the
board, so thai   it   will not touch  the  pense.    The club thai  makes such a     ul        " '" '     '' ^'���' If ?afhu'6
,      ,       , ,, ,,        ,������,,���.��   ii en ii It.r   ,,.i.-i r.- , ,��.i    ;.,      IM Oil IU 01 J    illUi   I Hal    BStlSIIcS   I IK'   Hurl*
ger!    li must he avert-1 wire  netting,  lack  burlap,    f,,.;  the | request usually Ju>^,���i'faio_andJn-|ger fm, -lin,,,(ll.r MiigJ\ o( ,,fe   ig t(!
ful lo me.
as If tlie comparison was not pieastngi fl'l slill."
""""���   A Wn^-yflns0ftmri'nnnaKedS!d  '     top'ot ihe cupboard"have the tinner jcidental: wpeMey, suclii a. entertain-jg;    commended.    The     get-together
v ims. hui i managed io  ,,     i ,.....,.._,,..  1)ake ��� BHivnnl_ed iron lank exactly  ment, while the Instructor is In towr
Ize of the cupboard, and four to I    Sometimes   Ihe   teacher,   who   '-
riiere were no knives |    Already Tehigorsky was leuvlng
room.   The lamp had been extinguish-  tin
ii r came in it
suppress lhal
oi, tin- laldc. ami I had not dared lo
Use iny revolver. Had llu rc been a
i.i,if, mi Hi, table I should have slabbed lhal woman to the hearts and
l,.l, p llu  coiibi quenens.
"Hill   ynur   revolt er,   Tc ligorkiiy,"
Gi offri 5  suggested.
' 'iy iiini boj   holj  l.iilu rs and shin
i   i   . "in - of the lluiliIhisi faith
lhe
room.    The lamp had been extinguish- the size ol  the ciipl-oaril, ami lour io       ��"""-"r'"��� ,' ;��� ,
,,|   after lii'kiii" c'ire lo Place a box of six   inches   deep.   Tlle   bottom   of   the   charge ol your country school will be .
matches close Reside it    In the dark- lank  forms lhe top of the cupboard,  glad lo ac as a  der In getting the Furthe
i    .'i.    ii..      ..    i.i. U'non   the,   lonl,   .'nil   nt   ninloi-    vvol   Ihe'eillh    under   way        llle      SCllOOlllOllse lllllg  e.'ll
spirii h a lim stimulant.
tches close beBide It.   In the dark- innn  forma tne lop ot in.- cupDoaru, p��,i ���" ������-' -���- ���> >  ". .,..���.."��� er Information  on home cam
ness Geoffrey  waited   tingling lo his Keen the tank full of water, wel  the i club   under  way     The    schoolhoiisej'nlng can be obtained from .Mr. S. T.
finger-tips with suppressed excitement, burlap thoroughly,   and hang woollen makes  nn   admirable  meeting   place.   Newton, Extension  Department. Agri
Meanwhile, Tehigorsky fell his way I clothes  around  three    sides  of    the Many w n preftr ii io meeting at  cultural college. Winnipeg, or Mr. S
along in ihc dorkiuss    Ile was conn'- tank.   The* loths carry water from one another's    homes.    Consul!    the  B. Greenway,   the  University, StUka-
ing his sltps carefully,    lie reached a the lank lo the burlap and tha evap- rural teacher hi fore advancing far in   toon.
I0'not | certain spot and then stopped.    Italpli oration  of lhe  waler serves  to cool
r rolvors,'
oulil
: !;������: uiul: ui \riny
I'i soi k; aid grimly.
...     ..    to wait."
'Hhl   you   know    llin-
I.;. rc " lhe princess ;��� Ited,
"l dis, liilmi ii tlie know h dgi. buj ing
thnl :il linn time I was iu C'nwnpore
Unglli h
strolled down the hack Elatrcase, and  the Inside of the refrigerul
thence down a llagged passage Into
the  hall, where he climbed the stairs
I..��� hi ami darkness, ii was all ihe
ume lo him. There w as nobody in
t in hon- e who could Iind his way
ah ul as wi ll us In ,
Then he wail  ,| for the hest  pari of
I
London's   'Busses
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Key tc German Hate
Hllilicrs   entered   the  dining   room'    According to the ligures issued hy I    The measure   of   Germany's   liat t
f yelh w automobile gog-  Ibe London traffic police, there were  agalnsl  Bngland  is  In exacl  ratio to
al lhe end of March 2,0*st[i motor omnl- the powei of England and the impoi
ild little  Blnlcs,! buses  again    iii    service    in    Great  encj of Germany, agalnsl tho empire
'"doing motoring?" Britain's capital. It Is stated lhal more  of, the Anglo-Saxons.    The more Ger-
"Xo"     '-aid   Blithers, "I'm  sort   of  and more busses are- withdrawn from   many advertises.in literature, ail, dl-
'--'-'- -- ������-���'  '*���-  ���*""������  ��� ���  of her
UP  a  pi
los on.
"Hello,  Bill hers
Then In Ing eh selj  queslionnd, l  pro-        ken lie wall d lor tie nesi puri oi ���  ��������� .      ;-���;'   .;���".:'      . , . , ,,���,  Contlneul   for  regular service  In  plomacy and  the daily  press  of her
ceeded lo glvi a detailed history of the bull  an  hour,     lo could  hear qiioer hnngry foi_ i giapefr11 , an.M w wn to i     .                 beiilg Ured lhe clearer is tho cause and the
 ntenls of myself and my conipan-  imla coming trom one ol  Lhe he d- keep. Ibe jilci   oul ol my eye.     .m .. .^^ ^ ^  ^            ^.^   *. I     ^    Wpre  ^^  [Q realiz    ,,���
Ion for lhe last year or so.   I wns lying looms, a  half ciy in  llgni   lemnin ihe country    The withdrawal of the dream of Bernhardi and become "the
gliblv and ea.ilv bill I had no comfort tones, a smothered protest and then
from lhe knowledge, It was easy io tbe suggestion ol a strugg e. let
s,��� Hun  ������i  one word  was believed, I Halph novar moved towarda it; under
Into lhe trap.
were.' said lhe priu-
,he live points of lha
and lhal I ��
"'Ai Dargi
cess. 'What
u mple ther*;?'
��� l-"or : ,:e life of me I could not tell.
As a matter of fact, I had never been
in ar Hargi In my life. And the qui s-
tina was one thai any Buddbisl who
lnul been there would have answ red
offhand.
"'I have forgotten,' I answered as
calmly as possible. 'I have a bad memory.   I forget all kinds of things.'
"Those dark eyes seemed to look me
al) Ihrough.
"'You will forgel ynur own name
next.' the princess said.
" i'il remember that?' I r. plied, i
am Ham  el Den. at your service.'
"Then  came  Cue  reply  in  exe-,!'..,it
A
Self-Imposed  Income Tax
novel plan  has ben  devis
h
blisses from passenger traffic In the
lira! two weeks of August was caused
by the gem rai unpreparedness of the
British transportation service. This
' less,   it   is   announced   is
cover of the darkness he smiled. a  church  in  Milwaukee, and that  Is
Then   he  heard  a   door  creak   and ' ihc   adoption   of  a   self-impos: d     In-
open; lie heard footsteps coming along   come  lax   for  church  purposes.    The ""prepare        ^^^^^^^^^^^
in his direction.    The footsteps were  agi-ociuoiii   among  members    of   the nmv overcome.
stealthy,  yel  hailing;   there  was tho congregation is thai all those having 	
suggestion of the swiBh of silken drap-Un income of   one   thousand    dollars Beards Barred In French Army
ery.   On and on that mysterious figure  ,,r less  will  pay 2 -jer cent, to    the An official circular jusl  issued  ml-        n Irishman    went    to   Loudon n
came  until  It    walked    plump    Into church     Tho-;..'who have larger sal- vises  tin   French   troops  that  while  search of work and got a job carrying
Ralph's arms,                                          aides    pay a  larger percentage.    On moustaches are desirable additions loi the hod on a building.    So he wrote
Then   was    a     faiiil    cry���n    cry  an  income of three thousand  dollars a   soldier's   facial  equipment,  beards  to his friend  Mike,  saying:    "Come
strangled In its birth.                            and over, lhe rale is 5 per cent. This are not.    Rither of ihese hlrshute or- over here al onee, iny boy.   it's flue.
"Mrs. May,"  Ralph said quietly, "I  payment   is  In   full  and   from   those naments are preferaWo to the clean Twenty-five shillings a week for carry-
am afraid I startled you"                      | who pay  it  no other contribution  is'shave, if is pointed out. as the latter I Ing bricks    and  mortar up a  ladder.
I does not give a martial appearance,   tin chaps on top do the work."
vassal of Germany" the affection of
German) for ils vassal would know
no hounds. Al present the hate of
Germany for England is without limit
and is ilie key nf very many situations, past, present and future.���Boston News-Bureau.
iman was "gasping for breath. I asked.
W. N. U. 1067
is good tea!' THE    REVIEW,   COURTNEY,   B. C,
Hf
*ft��^*aQAV��*fi��rtaM*MtBfl||*MM
Tbs Wretchedness
of Constipation
(en quickly bo oven om * hy
CARTER'S (LITTLE
LIVER
Purely vagsuble    _d_-EP-_B  j ^X^
liver, (.- *
BilioJEl
III-.. I.
acln-.
Di_i.
���ess, sad Indigestion,    ("hey  iIj their duly.
Small Pill, Small Oem; iranll Prii-o.
Genuine mui��b;_ Signature
British Losses 'Corns
Droi
uct-i,  discussing  the  stalls   OlH
e casualties  announced  by   ''***'
'-.-*_--��i_s;r-'-��-:
Statistics Showing the Ratio of Killed ' |JIV)11
to  Wounded ���
The   Lai
lies   uf   ih
I the   prime   minister    In   the   British ' way "Putnam's" ease** the pain, des-!
I house of commons, suvs I troys the roots, kills .1 corn for .ill,
1 .1.....       \-��  ....:..       /.     -__.        .    ..
,nstit��;>, , Uoffre's Right
Relief y, ,,
Paint    0a     Pjlnam',' MilMCl    Mtill
Extractor tonight, and
coma teel inner iu the   , ,     ~ A
morning. .Musical _9| Somethl"9 * b0"* Ci""'~' F��eh W"J
s Second  In  Command of the
French Army
Of the total'losses in thc armj the I time.   No pain.   Cure guaranteed. Get      'Koch'    Who Is ['och   ' uronl.'vei
killed numbered :t.��_T ofrtvera and 47-  a Hoe bottle ot Putnam's Extraetdr _-  llskln��� ^hen the n ' be-tuii     ���_<   ���        + ���<*'       \\    !
01�� non-commissioned    off cers    and   day.          pear  with   regul ,   In  Joffro's  r     Hl'IClM Iiii'    DaU". ,!]<*!'
'��"���'���   in no previous war of which we ;,������,,    N*0 one seemed to know hlm, *        S
havo accurate statistical records has   ir ..      /- although when the war broke oul   u
there been bo greal u loss of life in , �������"    M��   Hi I mail I w.|s  commanding    the    aotli     '.nny   How ��  '-0  Pound  Buttct   Cow  Was
1 "'    : People are  Deceived  l''"'l"; ���" Nancy, and today comma  rt Found In Iowa
ii group oi  live armies in the north      Co-operutlon among producers it   ��� '
Public Trained to Have no Opinion or  |u''"k ,!:''('"'"1  '"    command  >" Joffre   greal   value along a I  lines of  better
lurming methods, hul  ll I       peel    y
one   of i      : ti. ni   h I,, pciui   t���  d.i ryln i     ( o ip ration
ires dealing  witli    Ihe army cun be
iiilimiiioil  io eei'tulii  rougli comparl'
e no ��<><"i0" "'himself.
ITirouglioul   ilu- Crimean campaign        Its  Own  In   Military   Matters.      i    Koch is
>'   ii',;' ���    '.   ���  i.c Those who wonder mat the people  the wur.   It was at the buttle     'the, originated  In the'dairy con
ol  i,... iiiini;   nre  Induced to consider I .Marne and Vser thai his iiualltles us   Europe,  and  it   ha*   woi     l     onders
calmly the awful calamities wnr Ims, n tactician were revealed,   "Kind out  in   revolutionizing  the  ���   t I'd   i
brought upon  the nation, should not  the weak spol of your enemy nnd de   the farmers In the former!) Imi
moHe slghl of llie fact thai  very lit- liver your blow there,"' he once said  islied lands of Hoi ind, IJ nm   I   ind
He ol il eiinii truth regarding them! to his staff.   "Bul suppose, general,''  the i haiinel Islands.
unl 12,0(11 wound.. I. nud our allies
losi 8.250 killed and hnd :iD,808 wound
ml. In ihe i-'iuin o (lei iiiuii war of
1870-T1. during lho whole period from
July lo April,   the Hermans had l T.r.Tn
"''' 'e'"1, iiin'1?.'! ,""!"!?.-'-  ,,'"  ,!!':'   Is ' 'vet1 '" be ���tnowi at coun-  replied an officer, "that the eiiem- has     Organization ' Is   i
One ('.in Save
Energy and Temper
By Using Only
'S
MATCHES
1 liej will not miss Fire il
Propcrl) Held tnd Struck on
Rough Surface livery Stick
is n Match���and Every Match
A Sure, Safe
Light
Unas i Turkish wur ol Is?,' lhe Itus
menl losl II2.7S0 Killed nnil IiiiiI 71 .-80
wounded lu the South African wur
ihere wero -i.'.ai killed In action nud
26,-'8i) wounded. In the absence of
uiilhoriiiiiive stullsllrs us lo Ihe mini
her of  n pngugi d, it  Is ImpoKslble
lo i onipnro ihe t'elaii\e losses hy
wounds und h> dealli In lhe presenl
campaign wtlli previous experiences,
'the ml in of kllh ,1 to wounded uud
missing is nt l lo l 25 or 211 ���", per cent.
Ill    llie   Crilll, II    the   lilllli   Of   Killed   IO
the number wounded und missing was
lis   I   Iii   I.I   or  22 ,'   per  e ml .   in   tlle
Crimen iiertnun war of isvu ii wus
us I io 5.70, or l r.BI! p,-r cent.; In the
Russo-Turkish wur ll wus us I lo ".17,
or 15.US per cent ; in South Africa it
wus us  i  iii :, or 2d per conl     The
pi opol'l Inn
killed   In   wounded   hm
therefore so fur been simitar lo, bul
slightly in excess of, the Crimea nnd
South Africa.
Anion;; officers, lhe proportion of
Killed in wounded bus been in the
presenl war much higher Ihan in the
case of ihe men namely, us I to :.'.".
or I" ill per cent.
Worms, by the Iri'ltutlon thai they
etuis,��� iu the stomach nnd Intestines,
deprive infants of lhe nourishment
Hmi Ihey should derive from food, und
nial-nutritlou  is  the  resuli.    Miller's
  _ _   Worm   Powder's  destroy   worms  and
 I cm-roci   the morbid conditions In the
stomach und bowels that ure favorable
New and Second Hand Safes to worms, so tirm the run nutrimeui
of tin' child is assured and develop-
, ,      ,   menl in every way
Soma  line  new    and    -.econd-hana
Safes,   Cash     Registers,    Computi: 2
Scales, etc., cheap.    I'.  II. Robinson,
50 Princess street, Winnipeg.
Oil-Burning Locomotives
G.T.P.    Will     Opersti     Oil-Burning
Locomctives   In   Mountain
Section
Mr.   Morley   Donaldson,   vlce-presl
Medieval Meat
Much of the medieval meat- which
Cobbett says wns plentful nnd cheap
���must have beer, poor stuff, Until the denl of the Grand Trunk Pacific Ituil
introduction ot root crops lu the way, announces thai tho installation
eighteenth century cattle nud slieep of oil-burn ing locomotives on the
did not become even moderately mountain section of lhe line hus now
plump till the end of summer, while; been completed, Theso locomotives
lack of fodder uiude ii impossible to uro 0f the mosl modern type and were
keep much live slock iluriug the win-- placed In service for passenger iraf-
ter. On St. Martin's Day : November j-c. They ure operating from Jasper
11.) arrangements ween usually made ho Prince Rupert, mer Td miles of
lor slaughtering on u large scale, and  main line.
tor the next six months fresh ment | Especial Interest attaches to the In-
worth eating was practical I) unobtaiu- slallation oil this cluss of motive
able Until the spring crass wus again power, as it murks the flrsl use of oil
readv there was a run on salted beef burnera on un extensive scale In Cun
no w cul, spol'.'"    If 11
i ie
iii ni,' In.- no ... elfare   of    the   Ann ricnii   farmers.
Mr. Asi|uuli slated in the house of weak  spot."  returned   ileneral   Kuril, This hns been proved In  the       ip r-
commons thai the loiul casualties In  "make one."                                        'alive      elevator,     the     co-ope  a.   ���
all ranks of the French nml Medlter-      There you have    the seer : the  creamery,  und  the  ���  0ow-
rnneun   Expeditionary  Forces    u  pto success of Clonernl Kerdlnnnd Koch I.i! testing association
May ill were'168,608.   I To gave details  tlie present  war.    He Is ., man who The co-operative rowt?stlng assool-
Bhowlnj* how  man}' officers uml how  makes the enemy do whal  he wants allons, ure  revealing    mis wonderful
mnny men "of other milks" had been them to do,   und   hue   consequently tacts    to the  formers and dalr *_en
killed, were tvi ded, nnd were miss- eurned the reputation   Af   being the who have become members
Ing  up  to thai   date,                           greatest strategist in    Europe.    Koch the results ure so surprlsln-;  iu  the
In  iis  evening  edition  of the  foi-  Is the hero ot the Marue, the man who owners of he herds under test  iu.,t
lowing duy,    namely    tho    |uih nit., I perceived thai thero    musi  be h gap every cow these men see   Is   looked-
the  Tugllche   Rundschau,  of   Berlin,  between the Prussian Guard und the upon  with  suspicion.    The-   Immedi-
publlsHed u lelegrum from its special  Saxon     army,    and    who  gathered ately begin to calculate on'the cot* a
corrospondenl ul The Hague In which  enough   artillery   to   .''nice  the   Prus-jabllitj  al  the puil and wondei  -       r
it   was  staled   lhal   "Asqtlllli   has  an-  Blans uud Ihc Saxons, now separated, real value is hidden  i, mi. i   i  ���
iioiineeii in parliunienl  Hmi the total  1�� retreat,    He Is also the man who of shin aud flesh
of ihe English losses in i'ruuee is l,-idiif much to prevent the Germans got- if anyone doubts the value of the
86,409, of whom  10,1)55 are officers!" j ting through to Calais, for he was In cow-testing association  he  needs   but
''                                   eneral control of the successful flight huve  a   talk  with  the  members     In
and salted mutton. Salted beef Is excellent���for n change, Bul havo you
ever tried sailed mutton? -London
Chronicle.
Holloway's Corn Cure takes the
corn out by the roots, Try ii and
prove it.
He   Knew   French
lim elusive Boer (lenernl
De
n,la. Ureal oil storage tanks have
been elected in various points along
the line for supplying locomotives
Wllh Cue necessary fuel. Willi the
operation of these locomotives ihere
is ii complete absence of the discomforts which sometimes arise from the
use of conl with its tendency to give
off dual   and grit,
The   sect ion   of   Ihe   line  on   which
these   locomotives   are     being   used
The
Wet was onee nsked how Ions hei pass's through the linesl scenic tcr-
and his baud of hard-riding and ritory In the Canadian Rockies and
hard-fighting Boers could expect lollhe absence of coal dust, il is believ-
avoid capture by the British, with ed, will add to the pleasure of tha
their greatly superior rfesouroee.    He  journey.
replied that ii.all depended on whicli TheGrand Trunk Pacific Steam-
British general was dispatched to ships "Prince George'' nud "Prince
run him down. A name was sag- Rupert." which operate from the
gested:  How long, supposing ll were | Pacific terminal of the line at Prince
declared     De
was  mentfonei
long could tin
he
"Till  eternity."  declared    De   Wei
confidently.
Another  nam.
*'. were    he. hew  ;  .:.:     ������;; i  '    ���   ��� ,r
be prolonged?
"Aboni  Iwo years," was the reply.
"An 1   Generul   Krcuclt?"    he    was
asked.
"Two    weeks.      admitted   C'  Wei
candidly.
Minard's Linimoi t Cures Distemper,
"Our small daughter i-i very fond of]
hor bat'a," ivritea a contributor to
Harper's Mnga'iiluc, "but she objects
vigorously to the drying process. One
day, while we were reiuoiistratlr.g
With her, she .said:
"Why, v. hat would happen, mamma,
If you dldn'l wipe me dry! Would I
get rUBty?'
fKIDtNEY
������"*mj_SKI
Rupert lo Victoria, Vancouver and
Seattle, aro ulso oil burners, and this
gives the Grand Trunk Pacific nearly
1,500 miles of rail and wafr route
on which ihis form of fuel only Is
used.
Sinlc nf Ohio, ,-t.y "' Toledo,      ,-    ss,
i.ueas County, '
l'l'iiiiK ,,. r iii'i.-.., makes oath lhat ho
is aenlor purlner oi the firm of I-*. J.
Cheney & Co., do.ng buslnopa ,u (be City
,.f Toledo. County ami Stale aforesaid,
and ll'.-il salil 'Inn wilt pyv the Mini 01
ONI'' lll'NUKI'li 1)01,1,Alts for each
..n.l every caso nf Catarrh thai cannot
he cured bv tlm use of HALL'S CATARRH   CUKE.
THANK   .1.   CHENEY
.Sworn lo before ma and subscribed ln
mv presence, '.his iiih duy of December,
A.I).   ISSU.
(Seal) A, w   Gl.EASON.
Notary   Public.
Hull's Cntarih Cure Is taken Internally uiul nils itlrcctly upon tie- hlond end
mucous iiirl'.'iee.i ol the system, Send fof
lestlmonlols,   Lee.
I'. .1, i-lii:.<I:v & CO., Toledo, O,
S,,',l   by  all   Druggists,  "Go.
'lute-    Halts    [-'Hmlly Pills    for    Gon-
I'lie Tagllche Rundschau, whicli is
read chiefly in army und naval circles
printed this "news'' in prominent
type, and rendered i| slill more conspicuous by placing over ii the [loading, "A Million and a Halt English
Losses."
In the tirsi place, the (let man public is Informed thai the losses were
sustained In France, whereas Mr.
Asquilh slated clearly thai these wore
the casualties "in'lhe French and
Mediterranean Expeditionary Forces."
In lhe second place (he Berlin newspaper adds I,:::;:.::in to the number
of the casualties In other ranks mentioned by Mr. Asqtilth, Ii gives correctly Hi" number of men missing,
namely .",".iilT: but ii increases io a
fabulous degree the number of killed
nnd wounded.
This is, nf course, one of lho e\-
pediuiis adopted by the German authorities lo keep up lhe spirits of the
German public, mid to convince tho
people thai Germany is gaining brilliant victories on ull shies. The public will believe this statement, as il
has believed all the statements Issued
by the authorities in whleh the repeated capture of hundreds of thousands of Russian soldiers and of untold numbers of nuns lias been announced.
II has been trained to have no
opinion of its own in military matters,
and to accept blindly every statement made by the military authorities.
About ii mouth ago, when the German  armies achieved their first  im-
inade by lhe French, British and Bel
glans. an denabled Joffre to suy. on
a ceriiiiii dale, "ll Is now our time to
turn."
one of tiie Iowa Testing a ss< t
a   750-pound  butter cow   was  d
ere,I,     This     record   was  made   on   i
renter's farm, wlierc conditions were
Foch  ami  Joffre  were  horn   within I by  no  moans  ideal.    The    herd
about throe months of one another,  which this cow is u member n    ..-  ���
the  former on  October 2.  1861,  and  a  good ration and  is given  1       ������
Joffre on January 12, is:,:', in istii
l-'iicii served as a subaltern agalnsl lhe
Germans, an did Joffre, and after the
war both of iheiu began to win recognition as soldiers of brains, l-'och being given a commission as artillery
aapluln wheu be was iwenty-slx. Later
lie became professor of laities in the
lOcole de (lucre. Willi lhe ti tlu of commandant, where ho remained tor Ilve
years, afterwards winning rapid advancement.
Cool, cautious, taciturn, Foch is a
man whom Germany fears; bul he is
loved by every French soldier, for lie
is credited with knowing all ihere is
lo know about the man who lights in
the ranks���his heart, his mind, his
capabilities, und the melhoii of getting
the mosl oul of those capabilities,
Foch makes ii his business lo gel inlo personal contacl wllh his soldiers,
as  Napoleon  used  to do.    Til-Hits.
Asthma Victims. The man or woman subject to asthma is indeed 11 victim. Whal can h" more terrifying
Ihan lo suddenly bo seized with paroxysms of choking which seems to
fairly threaten the existence of life
Itself. From such a condition Dr. ,1.
I). Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has
brought many to completely restored
portanl successes in Galicia, the re- j health and happiness. It is known and
P��rts that circulated throughout prized in even- section of this broad
Germany wore no extravagant thai aii   laud.
authoritative statement  was made In 	
the  mailer.    L   transpired that    the            mi      ni       r,       ,    ,
number of Russian prisoners    taken I            i"e   "ar  "rOJ)netS
hud been multiplied ill some cases by 	
tw'euiv'""""' Ji"1 ''"'" '" 'i0''n"' by  Predictions of Present Wah That Have
The authorities acknowledged  that Been Partly Fulfilled
practically the    same report  of prls-l    '-ikp ,mlM  events of world-wide in-
possible  ear,, under  the    conditions.
The   herd   average  during    the   pa-*.
year  has   been   0,697   pounds   -
und   ll 11.11   pounds  of  fat.    Ao urate
records kepi on    the te  1 -
the needs of the cows  were  ���-'   :.
very   closely.     The     av 1 ra .
feed   per   eiev   duriii ;     the   )    I      Wl_
Slii II' nnd Ihc nel profit .5*: ..'
The   herd  al   the  pres mt   nne    , on
sisis  mainly of grade  Hols md
few   pure  breds.    A  pure br   I   i '"������
bus been  used  for the pa-i   -.    years
and ihe records mentioned are 1   ��� r
still of 11 consistent system of breeii-
lug up     When  this work was   itart-
ed the herd cons.isted of twe       to
of   promiscuous   breeding.    T
profitable animals were 1   mln il   I  . ������
soon  ns  ihey were apprehen led  x id
lite  besl   cows    kept   for   foi 1
stock,
In uildiiioti to the ���'teelleni  re,   rds
mude.   the   herd   was    graduall'
creased In number nut iI today
sisis of more Iiian forty head of lanje.
strong    and    productive    grade   Hot
steins.
Min.-.rd'j     Liniment     Cures     Qipo.
therla.
oners taken  Imd   been  received   fron
both the German and the Austrian
headquarters, and thai the Iwo io-
tals had been added together before
the report was issued to the newspapers I
terest, the present   war has  mil  been
without Its prophets. In a peinl
sense It is true that "the best of
prophets of ihe future Is the pas'.'
The war preparations throughout
Europe called for none ol tlle gills
of lhe seer to foretell how the race of
She���Do you believe in church lot-1 arinamtmts would end. Germany,
tciies? j whose cauldron of "hell's broth" was
He- Well.   I   was
���d    in  a  st'rl'ed  by the  Nietzsches and  R,
The    Banker-Farmer   Proaiem
I. Education -Better rural schoo i
Better schools ever;-where for tin-
mosi children In school tbe shortest
time. Vocational courses���facing the
farm iu the country-���trades .it'.j industries in citi's -cultural as -veil ij
practical,
!!, Farm demonstration.���A competent agent in nvovy country in tbe
nation.   .
3, Hood roads. -l'or bett r 1 til .
tion   markets  and   prices   commerce
land values -school attendance-
pleasure of Uviug,
���I. Country towns���To revive their
commercial life and population���to
foster community and social  spin
.',. Farm financing���Credit, for tlie
farmer with character, energy a:: I
knowledge of agriculture, to enable
hint lo buy a farm on lout; lime.
NO IDEA
What Caused the Troubl,
I hardis, had no need to Invoke the aid      ,;     Marketing  and   distribution. -
|of crystal gazers and necromantars. | Co.01,ei-ation   between   producer   anl
Slice the war wns declared a number 1 consumer-ellminatlou    of dlspropor-
of prophecies have been strikingly Cul- j tlouate rewards to middlemen.
filled.   The most interesting of ihese     7    S()j, gurve_ __0nnesl classifies
I is ilia!  of the  French  priest  of Ars,  t|0_ by everv slate of its lands aa I ���
"I always drank coffee with the restt who foretold the two  Prussian Inva-  nroiiUcUve character,
of the family, for it seemed as if there  slons of France.   Afler tlie debacle of     s    -j-1,��- [ruth In fertilizers   -Better
was nothing for breakfast  If we did 1870 the second pari  ot the prlesfa information oii\roII needs- the cheap-
nol have it on lhe table, I prophecy   was   remembered   and   pun-
"I Imd been troubled tor some limei llslied in Paris, bul no on.- took ii serl-
wiih   my   heart,   which  did  nol   feel ously.    Ills pret.lctlon  of the second
right,   'this trouhlo grew worse si end-'invasion   lies   been   partly    fulfilled:
ily. ! "The enemy will an.iin return and des
''Sometimes it would heat fast, and   troy us ihey come.    Effective resist-
at   oih.-r times very slowly, so  that I   alloc will  not. be made.    They will  be
ould hardly be able 10 do work for  allowed   10  advance,   und   after   that
"T
est und most end tive raetho I   of applying   ii.   Th ���   Ihu:'-  r-Farm
Some Cause to Fight
One day 11 Scottish boy and nn English hoy, who were dghtlng, were separated by llieir respective mothers
with difficulty, lhe Scottish hoy,
though the smaller, being far the more
pugnacious.
"What garred ye feehi. a big laddie
like that l'or?" said his mother, as sl ��
wiped the blood from hi.s nose.
"Aud I'll light liiiu again," said Iiie
'hoy. "if lie says Scotsmen  went- kills
because tlieir feet, are too big to get
I into their trousers."
W. N. U. 1067
| "Whal did Basins nit. married for?"
, asked one Boston negro of another,
I according   lo   tiie  Transcript,  of  that
I city.
j    "Law-,1 only knows, chile,   he keeps
right on workln'."
Sergeant O'Leary'a Advice
Re ���-������ 'nm (Tl.eary, v Im re t il y :��������� 1
e e 11 ded the Vi, toria Cross. In n bri**
nn 1 Eoldler-lll e spe ch made a; 1
an hour or two after breakfast' and'Tf their communications! will be em. nml Idomoustruti n is horor 'n Load
I walled up u hill ii gave ine u severe Uny will suffer steal loss. Tlu-v will < ',m' "I ""'������ ' 1. n il ling rnore I ia*i
pain. iThe effects of lea are verv t retreat towards iheir own Coun- other men at the front have done, and
similar to those of coffee' because try. They will he followed, and few 1 donl like ,1 fuss. I don t II be 13
they each contain the drug, caffeine),  will roach their goal." ���ailc ���'  |l;'    '"  '-nd handshaking    1
"1 had no idea of what lhe trouble1 Another propliei - lhal has come to llave only done my duly as a so.d.er
was until 11 friend siigscslcl lhai per-i light since lhe outbreak of war wasl"1"1 ;l ���fn- ' '""' are quite us man..'
haps it might he coffee drinking I contained in ".Moore's Almanac," an ; s001' fellows aa me who have fought
tried leaving off ihe doffee and began annual publication thai has a consul- i""1 ;ir'* fighting. I happen to be one
drinking Postum. The change came-erablo vogue throughout Ireland be- of the luckyjines. 1 am proud to fight
quickly. I am glad 10 say that I ami cause of its table of forecasts, in hia fo1' m-v kinS and country. All I ask
now entirely free from heart trouble "Voices of the .Mia s' foi- Julv, mil, you fellows 10 io serve Is this: Don '
uml attribute the relief 10 leaving off the author foretold that naval affairs stand looking a; me and cheering me.
coffee and llie use of Postum. would   "come  10  lhe  fore." and   thuiiWo w'11" ",?;'' n,,MI' 3,�� n'aK" "'I' -v:"ir
"A     number  of   my   friends   have  France would  be the scene of much  minds to join.    I hat is the only way
abandoned coffee and have taken up i unrest. His horoscope for ih- summer '�� 1"';  down tae German hordes.
Postum, which thev am using stead- Quarter  forecasted  "serious   financial       ,  ,      .,. ,    '      ,���       , ���     , .
ily. There are some people that make  difficulties"  und   "heavy  expenditure       Oh, ���������..-���        *  ,,
I'ostum very weak and tasteless, but1 in military matters."���Toronto Globe.]
if mude according 10 directions", ii isj 	
u   very   delicious   beverage."    Name      Minard's Linimen' Cures Garget in
given by Canadian Postum Co., Wind-1 Cowa.
sor. Out. '	
Postum conies  in  two forms: During    the fighting a   Highlander
our sweetest girls, with u look ot
alarm, when she saw one of the daiu--
ins bears on the stren the other
day.
"Xo, bu! he can hug "
"Oh,"  she  said  wllh  a  distracting
Postum Cereal���the original form���j hud  llle   misfortiiii
inns,   li,-   well   boiled     16c  and   25c blown off.
pockagr -. A   comrade  communicated   ihe   sad
Instant  Postum- a   soluble  powder news to another gallant Scot, who ask-
- dissolves i.nicMi   iii  11  cup of hot ed anxiously:
water,    and,  with  cream  and  sugar, 1    "Where's his head?    He was  -nu,!.
nial.es a delicious beverage Instantly,  ing ma pipe.���Tit-Bits
'.it and one litis
I   liis   head   smiie, "I don't  mind thai.
Both   kinds  ore   equally  delicious
and   cost   about   the   same   per  cup.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
-sold by Grocers,
"This is a liar-rud world," said one
laborer 10 nnol lier,
'Ves, oi do h.. thlnkin' av thai
Ivery time oi pul nie pic . ux Intl It."
Tl'nilltin '' no more necessary
I YrrlSlll! t'unSmalliiox,  An:,/
III  llvlv osvtttescehstdem_itnt_
iht aOnoit mliaculoui efa-
ttcy, an J harmlestitets,of Antityphoid Vaccloitloa,
He vacclBttsd NOW by yju.- payalelao, ysu net
yam tamily,   I- li nisi-, vital th_ bonis las.iraac*..
Ask youi phyilclaa, dnicclst,otseadtoi "Hats
rsu had Typboldt" telling of Typhoid YaccUe,
r��u;..l fiom n.r, i:,J A.sg-t fr^ta Typhoid Can-lacs,
llll" OITTCt  USODATOtY,  tHKCUY, UU.
rsas.o.s vaeciall ��� m.si usais u. i aav, ucaaai THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Courtenay Fair
Great Success
Tlie Comox  Agricultural Soci- lady's dre*��in(r ct.se by Mr. Robert-
��ty's exhibition ou Fi iday and Sat
urday of last week was oue of the
best iu its history, considering the
season and the times     The ladies'
exhiliit was decidedly ahead[of niiy-
tliinu ever attempted by them, nnd
the space all.nte I to llu in will have I loaf of bread made from lhat brand
to be doubled next year.   The di* I of flour.
Hilda Bridges won the Alumluum
tea kettle niven by C. H. Tarbell
in the misellaueous class,
Mrs. Horual won the sack of
Royal Standard   Flour with best
play of dowers, canned fruits,
bread and cakes was uicie aud very
tempting, and prettily arranged,
The exhibition of garden vegetables
w.is good, The field roots were
also as large as anyone could wish
to see, Considering thai this is the
best dairying district
tin-re should in any event have
been a ni.ich 1 trger number of cattle
sheep, swin- 'it',I poultry on exhibition. There were a nice lot of
horses, however, whicli mude up
for someothei deficiencies, There
was a gi i! atten I in e, but the
majority were women and children,
The gate receipts ven $321.35 and
the prize list iiouuts to $696.35
This will likely give the prize winners fifty cents on the dollar, ao the
expenses of holding the show t.'is
year were tonewhat heavier than
usual and the receipts smaller,
Mrs. W.J. Miller. I.nro, won thu
sack of Wild Rose Hour with a
loaf of brown bread.
Hilda   Bridges won the McPhee
& Morrison's  prize for most points
iu Ladies work, a di -li   value $10.
Ethel Miller, I.uzo, won the most
11 the island points iu   Div. N, a cut glass dish
iv J, Hornby
Jerseys
Champion bull W. Urquhart.
bull 3 years old Urquhart VV. Duncan, bull 1 year old B Broughtou
Wain CV- Sons, cow in calf or milk
R U. Hurford 1 and 2, heifer 2
yenas old Wain & Sons Broughtou,
heifer   1 year old   Hurford, heifer
Illll'ol'll.
Following is th   prize list :
SPECIAL PRIZES
W, Urquhart won the Bank of
Commerce silver medal for best
milch cow, also the prize for best
colt sired by Dean Swift.
J. Knicdit '.von the Bank of Com
merce bronze medal for most points
iu   garden    vegetables,   Mrs,   T.
Wood setting second, $5   in   drain
pipes given by Tarbell & Son.
Hugh Beadnell won the Royal
Bank's first prize of $10 and Jas.
Carthew the 2nd of $5 in the fruit
exhibit.
Bridges Bros won the Builders'
Supply prize of roll of wire for most
points iu Poultry, and for the two!
bags of meat scrap given b- "
Royal Standard Milling Co., n.
Towler, F. Childs, A. fbbottson
aiul M, 11   1 ml 1 were tied,
Mrs. li. Small, Lazo, won the
Grain Ororreis' prize of  [--> '-nllon
Bull, cow,
ol,l,   heifer
('nine 1 and
If Hurford, bull calf
Ayrshires
2   venis  old, 1   year
calf,   bull   calf, J. A
2.
Grade Jer eys
Bull 3 years old p. Childs, bull
2 years old R, Williamson, cow in
calf Urquhart Hallidav Bros., heifer 2 years old Halliday Bros., heifer 1 year old C. Jackson, heifer
calf Urquhart, bull calf Halliday
Bros.
Best dairy cow, any pure breed
or graded W. A. Urquhart silver
medal by Bank of Commerce. Fat
steer Capt. Vigors. Best herd of
cattle, any pure breed, K. Hurford
Heavy Draught Horses
Stallion J. Urquhart, mare with
foul at foot VV. A, Urquhart, mare
or geld'ng 3 years R. McQuillan
Urquhart, colt t years old S. Led-
sjjlld'nghnm Bridges Bros., colt 1 year
P. Whalen, sucking colt Urquhart
G. Bigelow, draught team McQuillan.
Agricultural
Mare with foal at foot   V, Janes,
maple sVrup'for best loaf of bread." I mnre or gelding 3 years J. Carthew
colt 1 year Bridges, sucking colt
J.-in.'s, agricultural team Hallidav
Bros. R, Hornal,
General  Purpose
Mare or gelding 3 years W. Harridan Bridges, colt 2   years   Game
M. n. nail got the most poinis in
field produce und got the box of
stumping powder, given by Canadian Explosives.
Mr. J. Knight won first in the
floral department, Mrs. R. McQuil-
lain 2nd, the first was  a hand bag j Janes, sucking colt Game Jackson
given by  Mr. Simms, the second a team Halliday Bros. F. Bates, best
groomed team Game   harnessed by
A, Hornal.
Carriage turnout A. Hogg R.
Hurford
Roadster
Stallion C. Hummer, mare with
foal at foot Bridges, mare or gelding Bridges Cooke & Matthewson,
colt 2 years Hornal, colt 1 year W,
Urquhart, sticking colt Bridges 1
and 2, roadster horse Hogg Hnm-
, mer, saddle horse Hogg Jackson,
lady's saddle horse McQuillan,
championship horse   Hamal
Southdown ram aged C, Car-
withen.
Oxford ram aged, shearling, ewe
shearling,   ram   lamb, ewe   lamb,
j Capt. Vigors.
Graded Sheep
()ne ewe Urquhart, shearling ewe
Uiquliait Car wi then;   ewe  lamb,
fat  sheep, pen of sheep Carw'theu.
Yorkshire   hoar   1    year, sow 1
I year VV, Urquhart.
Graded pig 1 year H. Gurney.
bacon hog ("uriuv, best sow Urquhart.
Poultry
Trio    Turkeys    Bridge',    Pekin
ducks F, Court Copp   Bros., Toulouse geese Bridges, Plymouth Rock
barred cock F, Childs A. [bbotson,
! Plymouth   Rock   birred c ickerel
j Ibbotson Childs,   Plymouth   Rock
' buff cock and 2 hens Bridges, white
leghorn cock and hens lanes Miller
I White Leghorn, Gil me Miller, II011-
��� dans, Rev. Laycock, White Wy.in-
j dottes,   Carwithen   Mitchell,   Pen
Rhode Island Reds, B Towler.
Butter
i     Creamery   Butter W.   J.   Carroll
I Dairy Butter, Hallidav Bros.  Plate
Of 3 lbs,   Halliday Bros.    VV.   A,
Urquhart,
Garden  Vegetables
Two stocks Brussels sprouts Gtir- \
ney Knl/lit, Two red cabbages Williams, McQuillan. Two Savoys, !
Shaw, Two cabbages, T Woods
Mrs. Kirkwood, Six carrots Knight
McQuillan. Long intermediate, M
Bill, A Kerton, Six parsnips, F.
Kerton, Knight, Six beets Ball J.
Knight, Six ears table corn Woods
Mrs Kirkwood, Two celery Mrs, I
Kirkwood, Two vegetable marrows
Knight Shaw, Six tomatoes Ferris
Halliday, Six Cucumbers Wood,
Two cauliflowers Wood Shaw, Six
red onion? Urnuhart Halliday, Six
yellow onions I*. Kerton McQuillan,
Six leeks, Mitchell, One quart
Shallots, Shaw, One quart pickling
onions, Ball Ferris, Ore quart string
beaus Knight A. Kerton, Two citron mellons Miller Halliday, Bunch
of rhubarb A. Kerton, Best display
of garden vegetables Mitchell
Knight.
gi_j_a_��_a_..J>J���_e
liter's Supplies
for Wet Weather
-WE KEEP THEM IN-
Men'ssRubber Knee Boots, laced,
Men's Rubber Three-quarter Boot,
Men's Rubber Knee Boots, unlaced,
Men's Slicker Suits,
Men's Three-quarter Oil Coat with
Double Front Rain Protection,
Men's Oil Coats, full length,
Men's Slicker Hats and Boys' Knee Rubbers
A Full Line of Low Rubbers for Men and Boys, "MALTESE CROSS" Brand
Telephone
34
I ���      D _, Next  the
LOggie   BrOS.  Royal Bank
Field Produce
Sheaf of wheat, Ball Carthew,
Sheaf of oats, Bridges Ball, Half
bushel spring wheat, Carthew Led"
ingliam, Half bushel white milling
oats Carthew, Half bushel Burballk
potatoes Ball, Half bushel early
Rose, Ball Jackson, Half buihel
elephant Woods Ball, Half bushel
late rose, Colin, Half biishe. carmen
Williamson LaFi rest, One peck of
any new variety Carwithen' McQuillan, Six sweede turnip.', Ball
Carwithen, Six mangolds Globe,
Knight, Bull, Six mangolds long.
Urquhart Ournev, Six sugar beets
Woods Knight, Six carrots white
Woods Knight, Six carrots red M'-
Quillan Carthew, Twelve stocks of
Ensilage com, Halliday, Wain &
Son.
bruit
Twelve crab apples, H. Beadnell
Shaw, Five twenty-ounce pippins
Beadnell Urquhart, Five graven-
steins, Carthew Five Duchess of
Oldenburg Carthew, Five Ben Davis
improved l.edingham, Five golden
russets Bendned, Five Baldwins
Mitchell Carthew, Five Northern
Spv Davis, Five King of Tompkins
Co. Beadnell. Five Greening Beadnell Knight, Five Alexander Bead-
nell. Grimes golden Beadnell Ball,
Wagners, Williamson, Gloria de
Miiinli, Urquhart Ball, Wealthy
Williamson Beadnell, Ben Divis
Beadnell Davis, Yellow Bellflower
Knight Carthew, Blenheim Orange
Carthew, Largest anples, Leding-
ham Ball, Any other variety, Wain
& Sou Carthew, Any other variety
Mitchell Carthew,' Blackberries
,N rs. Adey, Filberts Ledingha .1
Mrs. Adey, Wallnuts, Ball, Packed
fruit, Carthew 2nd, Beurre I)'Anjou
pears Carthew ^ny other Pears
Beadnell 2nd. Flemish beouty Beadnell, Louis Bon de Jersey, Beadnell
2nd.
To be continued next week.
Sand dunes of the Sahara desert
move about 50 feet a year.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cuaine Bxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
I'rourietor
Plant Now
Antirrhinum  'snapdargon) various
Aquilegia   [Columbine] white
Iceland Poppies, yellow
Wallflowers, Stilton's Blood Red
Fire King Orange
Hollyhocks, Mixed
Coreopsis, Large Yellow
Alvs'iim,  yellow
Plants 5 eenis each, 6 for   25 cent
of MISS GAML, Comox.
Inspection invited.
Orders may be left   with Shepherd
& Hon by
J.   I_.  ASTOJN
Logger's Shoes made to order.
In North and South, in East
and West,
Aston's Handmade Shoes will
stan 1 the Test.
The  Comox   Barber   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths iu connection
C.  I<;    [ULRYMPLK, prop.
, _,
PERCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY,  li. C.
GRAND DISPLAY
nt
Willard's Harness Emporium
I'iu,. Showing uf  Horse  Blankets,   l.up
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Siiit Cases, lite.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
ROBERT GRIEVE
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
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FOR
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