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YOUR PRINTING
din not be done any tetter- antl
not nuite mo well nuywlieie *0m��*
.Hirt'ulinutri. Our type an-J niueliiii-
ery in uoiuulete iitul The Review
prtoea are ri-Jit
THE   REVIEW
***** ******
Classified Acli.
Mak,.   y.'iu   liltl..   Wants  known
tlin ucli a ClnaatQad Advertisement
in Tho lii'vii'w   ���   -   -   I'lii'in' 59
VOL. 4
COURTENAY, B. C. THURSDAY JUNE 22 1916
NO. 31
AUCTION  SALE
COMOX, B. C.
Instructed by Mrs. Gray, who is leaving the district,
I shall sellby public Auction, on the premises, about
11-2 miles from Comox P. 0., on
Friday, June 23, at 2 p. m.
The Household Furniture, Gents
Bicycle, Hive of Bees, Etc.
GEO. J. HARDY
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
COMOX  LUMP
COAL
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
Cook   by  Wire
Electricity provides the cleanest, the
most sanitary and the most hygenic
method of cooking
The Electric range closely parallels the wood or gas
range but excells either in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under ideal conditions because
Each cooking unit can be switched to high, medium or simmering heat and kept there as
long as needed
It is the acme of cleanliness
Practically no heat escapes into the room
The air is not vitiated
There is no contamination of food
You save food values through the retention of the
essential salts and meat juices, on a six pound
roast the saving is nearly a pound
All the latest standards of range construction are
used, including high oven, thermometer or
glass door, porcelain splashers
The fire risk is lessened because there are no open
flames
We will gladly  give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat & Power
Co., Limited
Phones: ,-ffi-*e 35, Res. R98      (Office: Mill Strict
Ordination in Courtenay
On Sunday last there wns held
at S. John's Churcli n very imjuc-s-
jsive service when the Rev, A,
Stack house, who has been worklnji;
iu the northern end of Vancouver
was ordained to the priesthool,
The service began at u o'clock
with the singing of the hymn
"Holy, Holy. Holy, Lord Goc! Almighty," after wliicli llic setinon
j was preeched by the Veil, Archdeacon II. Collisoti, who occupied the
pulpit in the unavoidable absence
of the Dean. The candidate was
then presented to the liisl op, and
the litany was rend by the Kev, A,
Bisclilager with the congregation
joining in the nncieilt tespouses.
The Bishop conducted ihe rest uf
the service which cousisred as usual of the communion office itid
the actual ordination, The priests
who assisted at the laving on of
hands were the Archdeacon and
the Revs. T. X. Willemar, A.
Bischlager, and the Bishop's chaplain the Rev. the- Hon. T, R. Hene-
age.
In Ihe evening there wns held a
confirmation when eight candidates
were presented by the Vicar furtht
apostolic rite.
At the close of this service the
Bishop formally dedicated the new
panelling iu the choir, given as a
thank offering by a member of the
congregation A.M.U.G.
Messrs. Seymour and Kith, of
Ihe Dunlop branch Vancouver arrived in town on Monday with a
bran new Ford runabout
Dr. and Mrs. Montgomery left
Vancouver on Thursday for Barrie
Ont. Dr. Montgomery, after a
two day's visit with his parents
will proceed to Montreal to join the
i���th Kield Ambulance. It embarks
on June 23 for overseas. Mrs.
Montgomery will spend some time
in liarrie.
Mr, Stanhope*, provincial inspector of noxious weeds, is in the district this week. Mr. Stanhope
states that this district is up against
the Canadian thistle proposition
worse than any other part of the
Island. The only way for the
ranchers lo keep them down is for
each to cut all on his own land.
The Passing of the Bishop.
On Tuesday all Courtenay and
the surrounding district was
shocked to hear of the .sudden
and most unexpected death of
the Bishop of Columbia, the Rt,
Rev. A. Scriven, D D.
The Bishop arrived in Courtenay on Saturday and was staying with the Rev. and Mrs. Willemar. On Sunday he was in
good health and expressed his
pleasure at the heat lines*-' of the
services. His address tu the
congregation at the evening service will not soon he forgotten for
it was delivered with an impressive earnestness which gave a
very solemn tone to the service.
On Monday the Bishop seemed
well, and spoke with great interest of theprogiam arranged for
Wednesday in connection with
the jubilee festival of the church.
In tlie evening lie retired to bed
at 11 o'clock and passed away in
his sleep.
The body was taken toS. Andrew's church on Tuesday eve
j tiiug where it was guarded during an all night vigil by the
clergy, and on the following
morning, after a solemn service
at S o'clock, it was taken to the
station to he transferred to Victoria where I lir'al will take place.
Bishop Scriven was an old
resident of Victoria, and was well
known in the Comox district and
all through B.C., and he will be
greatly missed by his many
iriends,
The service iu St. Andrew's
church was conducted by the
Very Rev. the Dean of Columbia
assisted b) two Archdeacons and
others of the diocesan clergy.
Presentation to Mrs. Laycock
A pretty little   ceremony   took
place at tlie   Vicarage  grounds at
Sandwick on the Tuesday after,
no.in June i,*, when iiie members
of the Courteuay ami Sandwick
Women's Auxiliary presented their
President with her life membership
to the Auxiliary in appreciation of
the work she has done in their
midst, Mrs. Laycock was given a
bouquet of flowers bv Miss Jean
liailv and Mrs. Haiiy nude the presentation. She explained what the
illuminated card represented and expressed the great regret that all the
members feel at Mrs. I.aycock's
departure. Mrs Laycock was delighted with her gift and said she
was now entitled to vote and speak
at any meeting of the W. A. all
over Canada. Mrs. Jackson then
presented Miss Collin with a small
brooch from tlie members.
Car For Hire-
den; phone Xc)_.
II.    W.    Heber-
Welding-
brass, steel,
cast iron,   aluniliiuil, I
etc,    Ford Garage.       !
Plant your fruit trees in the fall,
aud keep your order till I call. F.
R. F. Biseoe, Courtenav, P. O.
Look prosperous. Fix up your 1
shop front with au up-to-date sign. I
See Colin Campbell about it. i
Fi rd Garage fur Nobby.    Good- I
year and   Dunlop auto and bicycle
tires aud accessories.    Bicycles  for
sale.
For sale cheap���Buggy and harness, new last year, in good condition. Apply, John R. Johnston
Courtenav.
A patriotic service will beheld on
Sunday evet ing next at the Pres-
bytelimi church The Honor Roll
wi'l also be unveiled at tllis service.
Geo. J. Hardy will hold an auction sale of household effects, etc ,
for Mrs. Gray, who i. leaving the
district, 011 Friday al 2 00 o clock
sharp on the premises. Little River
Road, 1 1 2 miles from Comox.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday   School
and Bible Class 3 ],. 111.
Courtenav
Sunday  School and   Bible Class
10:30 11. m.    Evening service 7:30
p. 111. All welcome
Local Lines
Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Lazo, have
left for Euglaud.
A match vending machine has
been installed in 1 lie Riverside
hotel.
The 102nd Batt are reported "io
have left for Euglaud by S. S. Eta-
press of Britain 011 the 18th of J ine.
James Laird has sold his KM F.
car and is converting it into -
"bag" for the purchaser, Mr. La v-
sou,
Messrs. T. Menzies, V. H-'iniiy
and J. VV, McKenzie are at '. la-
cottver this week attending Masonic Grand Lodge.
Tha ladies of   the   Presbyterian,
churcli had a  very   successful garden party and   strawberry   festi   1
on Mrs. McPhee's lawn  on Tuesday evening     A series ot  Ian _-.ru,
pictures shown by Rev. T. Meozie.
was much enjoyed,
Mr.W. Sanders ha; enlisted with
the B. C. Bantams aud will be going to Victoria about the first week
in July. He has also been appointed recruiting officer and will be
pleased to have a number of yo in���*���
fellows from Courtenay g., with
him to the front.
Anglican   Service
June
Con
.."tli
St. John's, Courtenay 8,30 a.
Holy   Communion,   7..30   p.    m
Evensong,
St, Andrew's Sandwick,  11.o a
111. Matins and  Holy  Communion
^.Wanted -capabli
to do house   work
care of children,
Cokeley, the Dyke,
: woman or girl
and help with
\pply to Mrs.
Courtenay.
For Sale ��� Hoistcitl Cow, .) yeats
"'1 1, quite I). K. in all respects.
Milking over ,*, [-2 gallons daily.
Price JS5.    Apply $d Review office.
For Sale���The Cyclopedia of
Modern Agriculture in iu twelve
vollimns, edited by Professor R.
Patrick Wright, Apply, Review
Office.
JSiso cash buys a speedv open
launch .5 1-2 by 5 1-2, with 7 h,
p. Fairbanks-Mors" endue all iu
good running order. Apply P.
Acton, Comox.
DO IT NOW!
Place your order for Preserving Fruits Now
box 256 SHEPHERD'S
Phone 40
Comox Creamery
Butter
40c per lb. this week
McPHEE & MORRISON
DEPARTMENT STORE
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Groceries, Dry Goods. Boots, Shoes
Paints, Oils,  Etc.
We carry irf stock Bricks, Lime, Cement, Doors and Windows
Get our prices for troo'l" in Itrvre quantities
Telephone 1
Courtenay Quick Help for Strains and Sprains
Wonderful Relief in One Hour
THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY.   B. C
Bird  Protection
in this Liniment Give It
Marvellous Power
RUB ON NERVILINE
Yon ii   he  nalnni In I   nl   ll     rapid
pain  relic\ iu    net ion  nl "Nei
lis I'll rlii. ii,        i    dm    111  il     I'i mull,
Canadian Organization   Doing   Good
Work in lho Schools
Tin' Canadian Society for lho  Protection ni P.irds, founded ,-,l ! n your
Ropa U.ii'li  nn,I   Punt   l*"vti"ict''   '  liovc '���<  Rpi'aln,    how it  lal.' ���    nul   nnd  n half av,,. ia actively onRi'mMl
aie non.i .11 ui mioi cxiiiitto ,,,,,,,, , *,_��� n  00thps.,,] ,,,.. . ��� in ���*.- .���.���,��� m 0, |li|1(, ���,���,,,.,..���,���
I Ihrotishonl  Cunndn.     Whilii iiiitionnl
'I li., ti-.. unl,   ,:,.,- no linimcnl  i- ball   H'1'i'-I  i*  naturally concentrated on
.1 n i. fill in lho In,ni".   Tin; nut I he  l>��lriotie  endeavor nl : other lines,
', hi etuis ��� Nerviiine is n mite n nn ly ] much hits been done through lectures,
������ mi can rub it on even it i   ild    ilh i tulilrogsea and social nieelingR to eitlisl |
  r,  nit,, public   sympathy mi    hehnlf   ol tho
I ; ���  you I oeri  Vi. ill ii Im Mil      "'; 'ii ly's  work.    Thou nods of eopie
[I'm ;i iitinaceti Inr the ftelu ', pains and ' "t n very vnlunhle icport, '"I lie Value
slight ills of tin wholi [iiinilv. line "' Ihrda to Man." (iv .lames Huelt-i
hiilllo will keep the diielor's hiil   intill,   Innrl,   nre     being    distributed;    also
nidi'    |" 'ii, 'i ,"i.      pti  ei    it    slril       .ii-l r.in I,.' ,l"|n inl.'d mi in ,-iir,, rl.i'it*; I'" I'i- hi, r ���  lhe puhl t (he pen-
deeplj     nl    In tl ' verj  fori  ul il"   iiniti in, neuralgia, luinlm n,      nlien,  Hil.v  iiHncliod  lo  Hi.   destruction    ol
1 hi.' Idiilhaehe,  pleurisy,  ,-i i.iin-  m   swell*   inseelivorous and other birds.
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INSURANCE
LIFE
COMPANY
-so-   , An    Exclusively  Canadian   Company
n     4/*    ! Assets Over  Four  Million  Dollars
^fisfe^k ! An Excelsior Policy is a Money SarenjGetOneTo-|day.
A [tit'tlier important feature of the
niuveinenl i- thc inniiiifaeliire ni n --���
in- boxes. Through th i i [forts of Mr.
1     \.   Mi.: vi"..  a well  l.iiiii' n  Tiil'iilitn
f^aaa*"1"^^
Three generations ot Canadian
housewives hnve used "Silver
Gloss" for all their home laundry
work. They know that "Silver
Glo3s" always gives lho best
results.   Al your grocer's.
Ni n iliue i     Iron ��� r     mm y I inn     in      V. hi n v. r ihere it n pit      it
strong r, thin  ur.linnr*  lit   nenl , nml   N'er\ ilino; it  ���:, ill iihvnj -
it'   i i,l gi  ii inching nrd  '    The large j  fiunil}
ulil.'.    Kver;   il    p  rub In n in     ll     tut   '  i eouoniii nl;    It inl    i/,e lifie
contforl    nud    Itetiling    wl   i      r up   Sold everywhere by denier:   ur din   I   itreliileel, lierlepseh    boxes of    olid I
piled. n-in il-   (.'iiliirrhozom  t'u., Kingi-lm her, liolln- I out. which when im-1
Vou will     .ii" ly helh \    I ow il  fill , t'antida.                                                  , I ted Cosl Ihree dollars i neh,    have
 i mi  niiidi I'm   th"   Kiel i.   til  it co i
oi  [it'ly-fivi cents eneh.                        j	
, ' '."'   !',;r' :;  '  '���'   -!"���   n   "ii:i';';!l      Decoration Instond oi Vaccination
nil  I-'  formed  m any  purl  nl    the
l! n litiion, ,'.|n'''i,'il nib ni ion belli
en in tiroiiiin;: the inli rest ol
children.
jLid
Starch
THE   CANADA   STARCH
CO. LIMITED
Monlrra!.    CarUln.il,   Bunllorrl,   Fori William*
fl i        .- "fr, i  ���  i, ..   I"   ml "IM ��� Wiitt''
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BUCK
WHITE
TAN
KEEP YOUR .SHOES NEAT
(���*. F. DALLEY CO. OF CANADA. LTD., HAMILTON, CAMADA
It i : thai  nol long ttgo tii"
! .. militat ii'i'linritii's expri ssed
i il i' : it urd ti decoration lo
thirtv llriti ���', non-com.'-.. nml privet, s
[i ij i , ��� ry i n the field, When lhe
'I , ii luueiil of In roe ��� paraded before
Gener il .loi lie v. u i soiiti h hui stir*
prised '" nol ��� lliul il numbered thirly*
live.    Ut " h ��� was Imi polite lu
tin ���" any ohji, tiun, und the eereinoiiy
I Htthv's Own Tnblels lo all ninth-1 l'! "     ' ' '��� ,
lhe  fuel   iv in    ntlerwnids    broiighl
oul       uiigl   i ��� ������ .'   far eoimmiiiieiiled
lo  t,' ���   IV neh  military  nulhoiHies ���
Uabv's  Own  Tablels  nol ' tliul   '  "   '" "  V"'11' """''���  l""1   illll(l-
Imiii ,.,i" eoiislipnlion, hm ihi'v make Vl  ''''';'    ,:'' ;'"'f'1' '"-1; ���"' "f llln
lecthiug ensv; hrenk up eolds', expel  !'���"' ; '  " ,'" "1r",1 ��������� " hfilch thnl I,
in.,������,.'.,,,.t ",..,.,t���i��� it,,,  H.,,,,.,, i i ii,;' ti sehedtt id for vaeolnulion.
Strongl) Rccommciuls
Baby's Own Tablets
'���    Mrs. Alouzo Tower, Johnson's Mill ,
i \. II.. v. riles: "I ran plronglv reeoin
hill"   ones   nrn   . ufferms
lititilion  as  1   have  proved
,',"ini-  and   ri *.:i!1111.- II
bowels,    Tltey  tire sold  by   Heine
di'iili rs or by mail at 2!i e'enls a box
from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Hrockv ill", t int.
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|��-UNIVBRSITI
'iK-W KINGSTON
.i|JJ.!t ONTARIO
ARTS EDUCATION
APPLIED SCIENCE
Including MiniiiK, Clicnilcnl, Civil, Mech-
anion aud lUccu ic.il l',ii[*iacering.
MEDICINE
Durtntttha War there will I*c contlnuoui
leuioiuln Medicine.
JIOMf* STUDY
The Arts Course inny be taUou hycorr
tnonilciice, lint nidi in . dcsirlna to_radu
ale must allcud on si
SUMMER SCHOOL    "sro v. criown
JULY ANCI AUGUST HL'GISTnAH
__r_^_^_j��__ii.-__w_*3t..'_o_r.i'*���s-J.___s_
\hy>'l'!.:'',-.;    '��������� ' i.A raenlslro
Ttjlic ,v.r,'oiiiilalc.
Proving it True
'li,,' kaiser is perfectly right, in | whole of 1912
denying that, ship- "of nil nationalities" hnve hi'.ai sunk by bis subniar.
inc. Close scrutiny of the li*'i shows
that, not one Swiss vessel has been
torpedoed.
Relieves Asthma at Once. If VOU
! could read the Ihousnndsof unsolicited ,
I Iters received by tlie niaki rs front
grateful users you, too, would ri nli/.e
ih" n niarkai'l" em inv pow rs of Ilr.
���I. li. Ki Hotrg'fl Aslhinn 11 uidd; . All
ensi i, incipient nnd ehroi ie. nre bom -
filed bv litis ur, at (umi'li n nn dy, and
mm ; of Ibetii ure run.I. Whj suffer
or exp rinteiil with v.'ortlih'vs prepura-
lions when the gi nuiin I,'. M."-:'.s ran
Im purclitised everywh, n
Moro to has. iv.- iini.il Hi, cultivntion j
ni i otton tifti r a lapse of more than '
lu years.
A Soil Snap
"\\ I nl tl - yi ti dol" nsked lhe man
ol tin ii   lho smoking ear.
' i v ot It t t this railroad," replied
Vein ztii'la is coming I" the fore ns 'he other,
nn importer of automobiles Since' Ihc "What is '��� ir job do you sell
middle of 1014, wh n tli" war started, j pnper ' asked li." man. with tt grin
the United States practically has had at the other passengers,
n monopoly of the tr-de. Th" value nf "No, nol exactly," replied the soe-
tltc Uncj'ican ears imported into Vene- oml man. "You-know tho man who
ztielu 'luring the lirst six mouths ofjgoos alongside lho train and taps the
i:u., nas almost equal to the value of wheels ���, ilh a hammer to see that
Mi.'b ears    imported   during the | e\ rytliing's a., right?   Well, I help
THE WORLD'S DEST POLISH
Tu lessen Ihc smoke nuisance nn
inventor proposes drawing locomotive
Binoki beneath the engine and moistening it, mi thai tin- sool and cinders
drop to the ground.
There nre farmers living side by side
\ihii are miles apart in whnl the world
calls success. When you have found
out "tb" why" of it ymi are on tho
mad to success yoursi li.
..-' "'-   . cmedolfits.'tillCB.
���">-', >'���'-������>. ���./.'..IlliisSiii.nc;;
Minird's  Liniment used by   Physic-'
fJQ '������'--     1   ���'>,','���;  ��(,i-..iiiii|; si.i.n_i ���e            j---
5��3 KKrfi  rn'';'*,       orC.n.iiiMilKa   inns.
_�� W,%    \'"\\    l'�� "-"* cl Ilr. ; , _	
��j Xpi'X      vt*?,   "tint's i"'3''r  Wi iii       i                        in           mi
33 f.'���������]     V''i ^.'.'.'iv-'r.iwtu* imi'.i has hn.'i.'a" one ol the world s
!��? mill f*f"*5''v:^ F.1!'EIHi;,l001ltE ,r   ���'���- I  I'mi.-iini'-rs nt aluniiillim,
EH br'' kl"'2<.<.;=J U �����': CUT GUI nn-1 ...   .    _
���M it;:-,   t-.i'-v'.-.V; iittuitituiiiH ti:
���M g*J '���.',:.'_> y:i:r isii-)  tiun- TJ,.,-,.-., ���n,:���">
How's Tliis?
y���T Isttr)    Hun-
tir.'J of V'.tl-in'..!-. r.r t'li.  SI'),* a?) tu'll lull particulars.
fr.f. UAHVEr hoofco.Drpj.AI io sij.n.Nb-.Yorli     y,-e 0ffGr one Hundred Dollars Ro*
   I ward   for any  ease  of  Catarrh  that
I cannot bo cured by    11 nil's    Catarrh
Wri
larrli Cure lias been t:ik-
_._"___*������   ���   a ,   ���    ' . liVii-oi --, ifna     c.iiuui  uu  cu
jW..,.i   wl ,_ Q _rJ-OSp_lOIUBB>   cure
iCTl V"   ,:",t   Enythh   licmedn,]      IIa*H-a     ('at.,,, ..,���..,,..
Wv*1 A:   *7  i "'i' ' iii'I rivii'- . - .' tlio i-.l. ,!i i , iip.- J      i, ���
P^-sX-a-*���"'"��� 'i'i-, "���'",������:.'������ ������Ji"-i''l""d i c" hy catarrh sufferers for the past
���"���""^ta old veins, i.'iiv* JNVrron. thirty-five years, nnd has become
Debtlity.Mental and Drain Worry, Deepen, j ]inown as the mosl reliable remedy
deney. Loss of Encrny, Palpitation ef the ��� ,,���,���,.,.,, u.ii., ,.���, ,.,.,, ,,���.��� '
Heart,Failing Memory;  Frico fl per box, el.   Catarrh.     H:\Ui   Catarrh    t ure
for'
nets j
iVir jr,.''6ii.'.'v"':t'i! ���: jojSz-ffliicure.'Soiifbyoil I through the Rlood on the Mucous _-tr- ���
drun.lsl? orm-aeillln rl��ln.pl.g.on iwelr.1:,ol   faces, expelling the Poison from the
pr co. A.'"-;:"". :jti'<lv.<nl/,1 tree. Irtil I^OOO    ,,,      ,     ,  ,   ,      ,.        .,       ,.
MEDICINECO.,T0H0rlT0.0Hr. (FunnyMm. j H100'1  and  healing  tee diseased  por-
  , lions. I
After you have taken Hall's Tatarrh
Hubby's i*dvice
Will"   "I think our women's meeting will be ... greal  - n ei - ;.    I  have
invited    several    notablu    women  to
P ok."
Hubble "\. it honld invito some
oth.'t" umir n I" listi '-. ii". dear, and
a few girl:  to
Ask (or Minard's and take no otli.r.
"Why tlon'l ��� m gi I ��� ul of debt,
Brown f"
"I ha i-en'l I Ilk    I- ni" busy
getting in."
ivw**f*. rT-^tric-is
W'E4R
Cure fur a short time you will see a
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THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. C.
HOW THE GERMANS SUCCEEDED IN   Armenians Dying
Russia's Opportunity
MAKING OVER THE TURKISH ARMY
For Lack oi" Food rT_.!W_.,Tl \ha J3"""""""
iViur.]   Kill  Lilhi-r to Germany
REASONFOR 1111'. MILITARY RECOVERY OF TURKE. ,
buffering among lite Armoiuous
Turkey,   I'ei'sia and   Syria  is slid
German   Instruction  and   Organization   is  Responsible for the '������nsu_and they nre d
Showing Turkey Mas Made in the War nnd .Make-, Plain       L��' j ,',',";ii,i, B,.ys,
�� ..... nr Russia
Forced to Fat Grass 13.it Still Decline      .,,.      ..,,.,,, ,        ,   ,
I  li'l,    fall!    U ll'il.nll      ;, inn r     nf   Inn
to Renounce the Christian Faith       Const mil Democrats iu lhe Kins-
' sian iluma, in n n cenl spei elt b fore
tiun   body  'in:        I   fotlh   lhe   n asm ���
i', bv  liussia, a - a eon ��� quo  oi this
v ar should -rill.- :ni outl. t lu tin- S -a
by i'. n.-,i:i;i'i!i.-���'.-    ai d    tlio  lian.au-
The Necessity tor a Complete Victory for Allies
u
'Hi,   military recovery oi the Turks 1 Waiting for Great Alh aiU'C
during litis war i.* .mi' nf those signifi-1 	
can symbols nf what  ma-   huppi n "n   Allies Am  Piling up Guns and Am-
lln-  iiiini',.'  tn  which   the  Allies  had ' munition
belter give early heed. TITcrc was a ,��� ,,���.,... ,.���,,,, ,��� ,,. ��� .-.-��� ,.|.,,,.,���
tiniu when Ihe Turlt was regarded as a li was '.onfidentl; li uve.l ol thi*
gnat soldier. II,- bad many of tho | llllic last year Unit the Ulil
quiilit'es wliicli  went  I" the milking, ���
i.f a foriniilable fighter under   cot,. | "r,:.".11,1;.0"',..!,0/^.!!!?
ditioita nf war then obtaining, lie na t
n    I'ttltilisl   hr    consequently    lutrdly
slimtinoplo,
i -can eounuil
ian relief.
The rec|iiesl lor
sentalsx: ��� of t
pin
ii-i   in  urgent
age from t'on-
l,\ the Ann'ri
inr Armenian anil Syr-
sent  by re pre-
otniiiiltee in   Tnr*
���II,
"In  tllis  ��ar tin!  inli n ,-t  nf  Iin  -ia l
an  in'  briefly di Urn J;  Wc  need  an I
ulli ;  in ::.    - a,    II  ' , i for Ihis
1 ' nl   lo v nr, yet  wilhuul  it    we
I'rriu'h armies on  the  ''-'���: i  front
isive,
When tlm brief fnnvti menl iujijiul ruitli. allhoiigh a ebnngi' lo M
\rl01B  .'.'iiiir   In   an   end   at' r   a   fuW I linn)tni'tliliii
ki-y through lb- d.parlinenl of sinl ���,  cinmol   - . the ,v_r.
slays n minimum nf Jfi_,80i) ti nionlh     "Hm, it may in; otijeeted, if Turkey I
is iieeded for relief In Turkey alone,    had common ��� -:.-. ..  could have no
Conditions  in iniinv quarters, snys  ?l."'h ���'"��'���   '''hi   is true.    Hut, sines
tl,,' mcssiig,'   nre so'di tressing   Hint ���������"���"'h '���'"" **���"'���.. is tippeai-i I in Con-
the \ minus arc Pure -I local grn*s> "" 1i110l,.l(;.  ���' ' Germany appointed
and  Ml  despite lh.se �� liliotts lll-y   J.i"3.J.u1,'kifl1 .'"""���"'i1',.01   ''"*'' -"!,i '!"' !
..nilinn.* in  .lal:  ,:i-i  in their ehris-   tin 1.i-sli tl.'.l     ,    i I, , to (,.,���.;
mi bonds tli- situation is radically j
mug fl.    Wo have now i !��� nrlv n al
ludes of territon   ha I
ii nib
I,   lhe   l.orretlo   II iglit;
'.ii'-,',   I ���   he  saw   ui  di alb
ballli Iii Id  u  passport  to lhe
Heaven   be could  live on  verj   littlol ������ ��""PI
mil  enditi',. In,i.l.si-,,... fi u  ive.l.  ��l-l-ni"liucul, ,.-1
al
' "��   th
���uml  ,',
NoilVe Cl
III-
endui'i!  hardship.,  fi.,���
,,,-��� ir is lm"s uvr" fviilentl.\   ���
Unl  Iho'orl ..[ war developed.     [|,,''"IU of their  lro.,p.��   npatti
 time mere a  malt",' of mnchinciy  dn,',li"�� '"V*  ""'   W"ilim
nnd   se    and   ni uiniznlinn.    I ndi* , lvl''" lv''l*v ll!��  ���""'"���
vldiitil eournge did not.count so great       Mr.   Lloyd  (leorge,   -1
ly.    Kultirnnoo of honlsliip  wns    nn   peo|ile in a inueh great r  I'
longer nei in  in n dn\ uf perfectly mosl of his eollengiu -.
organized eomn'iissariiils.',Sn lhe Turk  declared  Ilml lho Allies    "���
-  who did   keep pace with this de-   posilion tn Wage a  fotwnrd
\i l.ipmeiit lost, Ins soldierly reputa* "" 'ho weslei'n front. Onn
In.ii. Tlie lltilknn l,engliers'beal him IO.-iJibro and high explo.-ivci
���ill to pieces by their ptiperiur nrgnni- a way tlirougli the Germnn
zotion equipment,    lie could nol tigltl   mnke an end to trench     -.
when    "ill t,    ii.-il  nr  ainniiniiiii.n   required and could nol In  it
������'-iiii'i   ui'iiiics  which   had  plenty of I l-"*��r a year Frt  und ii,.
both.    And   bis  great   reputation  as  have been piling up ntui'il
nn idenl warrior wenl In pi s in Ihel advances in Champagne mv
llrsl   lialkuli  war.     Tin-    Serbs.  Iho Arras last Seplember
(   tlu.-sui
ties   v, itli
i,nn <
air pli
mbiilai
In  A I. i
nnu-
i pi
I.    'I he   mn dior uf    not
uffi Cll.'.l   i,-    '   liiilllnn.
ii.   ays ll.- me.-?
n desliltlle.   1
Mn I'll
l/lnf)
l��-
v.ilb
Tiie
.11    hit-
perinients tuiderlaki t
whether the Hi.'my ,
had pinned their fail!
Tlm French proved tl
eiiiild be held n'.'ain-i
unu Armenians an ihreateiied
deporlntion and th- gnvi i iimenl In
refiiseil tn allow th- Cltrisliiii
Iransacl bllsinc* - ,,!' am- hind I
porl lliemselves. In Tunis, whore
is estimated 02,1100 exiles have pas-
through, lyphotil is prevalent.
Mia- there are -ii.ORO di slilute el
dren trom lhe const limn-. Ail
Ihese towns, beside many rilhors, it
staled, are in -hat  und' urgelll   ni"
Children's Playgroundc
��� I Hrifaiii      lu   recent    years,  Hi-'    playground
The   na,mill.-nt  baa secured  a  very strong
nl, nf   hold upon llle public in mosl of out
ly ex-  cities,  and  no doubt'others "ill  be
scover  taking up the work during lh- com.
liiey I ing season.    Th- inovemetil has nul,
en,,-!.   however, reached !!i- heigid to which
���i.. lies   il should aspire.   While th" play f.a
- .���'.;!-1 tui'i'  of  th"  ground   ha.-   been   fairly
:h  -.���*-   v.' il provided I'm', as a rule, the play-
I grounds are bare nf Irees. [olinge ot
he op-   flowers.    Little effort hits been modi
rn'  it
'"I    "I.,,
'���?; tion in
it
I'l'l
lllliV's   p
ii:.-    Ill
iiii tn Bag-
Sui
test
1 III
ll    i-'    Ml.
Illll ll I'
W ���   in '.',
ni   r ir
no ehni,"
.In tie r th
-inn  or   ri -
1    :
tn     b
I)".;,    llll.-
nan or re.
til 1
man '
us
lint   Ii
���lee. IV, .J
Th" ones-
decide
encourage th- children t" improve|(>    .,',
nuitig un
' '"!' all. I'.ut never again may llu- eon- [
1 j dition he --.. fnvortib'le for us. Th- '
1 I chief element in our favoi is the alii- !
"Undo of our alii''.* toward our national j
1   problem,    Herliu-ilagdnd  is too men- '
���   tiring for   l-'nglnnd, heca f  India
'   and   Egypt,   and  I'm-   I'rntiee,  because |
, nf her Syrian plans.    Uecause nf thi- i
, renj danger lh'1.��� powers cannot fail I
I   In '"in ! to an :n recnient �� ilh Us, nf- I
J l"r centuries nf , uspicio i.   Tin- < ml . I'
| Miii'eli.   till,",  ilh-   beginning  nf  April ,
j new style,)  is a  lime lhal   should  I"'
i memorable In our p m I-: for Ihen our
ii'-i'e.iii,'i.t    ii!, our allies wns reach .1
"Th-   Uorlin Hug bid    plan    now  is
llhreutuned nn ih,, llngdiul side. I'rom
, Hi   mid  -asl  mir  tirtuies  converge
!*l..'.var.l lh- l'ii:",:-h forces.   And I v. Ill-
' Ur-   In .   ,|n'i -;  lh-   impe   thill   the   I ilal
importance of th" war an na hi yond
Hi.- Caiieusus will at lusl In- recognu-
i.'nle an
whole
I'lZP-
(Ireeks and (he  Ihilgars u
I. r Ihan  he was,
Hut ihui' In comes buck. lie. gar.
risotied llullipoli ami held il in lln
face "f ih- iilinosl Hrilain anil l''rnnci
could .I., m dislodge him.    II.' moved  "'"'ration "f guns    using
down the Tigris lo meel the    Hriiish  Plosives,
expedition    in  llagdad, and    trapped     The Germans, believing tl
Townshend and his little fine" at Ivtit-  plication nf this principl.   .-, , ,-,, i,i.u . .,..,.<��� ,.-_<��� un- unimu-n m ii.,|������m ...
el-Aiuara. repulsing everj cfforl lo ro- linos of lln- Verdun "fili.-iil would en- "r  benulify  their  grounds,  or  "iiilce) n ' wj _|   j   - .''. .'':���.
lieve Utiiiii.    lh- '.'aie wiiy before thej1**''0 ""'m I' capture "hat  city nnd their surroundings more tittraclive.        Moslem   wotTd     Wc "in'uVl
(Ireul Itnssian ndvni  into Armenia;  ��'in much glory, spent the period hr-      jUr children fret|ueniing the play, precnulio-is tl-1 Ihis Turkisl
hut iini, ihe Russian nlwey.- has hud  tween   lhe ems  th-   . humpagne grounds are usually from I,runes with   hold *|���il| nol s'liure Ihe fnl'e
lhe secret    which  nobody  else scorns operations in October .-��� . the uu Ml- ip,j,. ,,,.���.��� fol. ���it|,',.r ���:,,-,!���,, or grass. I nival i
tn have liuil--nf how tn heal lln- Turk .'" February in gathering log' th f llio They have I porltuiily to ettllivate      What  sbotild our nevl  -Imi in this'
Ulim  has lirii.i'Jit  biui back?   Oer- greatest number ol cannon ever eon- or i,,,,.,,,,,,. interested in plant growth   area be1    'Is t.. this Ihere can I I
man orgiiniznlioii.   The Oermatis have "���tratcd against a mtlitary pusttioil. 0r   llowers.    Th"   playground   should   ilouhl   at   all.    Ariiieniu    which   In-1
l-rornelit him back    by bringing him .*��;<>   -hoii.-aii.l mms   mending, it   is omleavor to furnish what is lucking in suffered  for ,1s   lidelilv   lo    liu-sin. '
orwiird-by  bringing him itji-to-dale.  '����� cjod     ot less tha,- f.ve hundred ,|lis  ,,.s .,, ���,  ,,oni0.    S|)���,,, ..; ,,   .h(J���i(| ,���, ,���v���  aol.innniy prom*
ITe could never have held on at Galli- ��* twelve inches or . ver,   ,ere irainod |���. ,i(,votCfi ,��� f,,,,,,,.. .,,���, plan-.... :,,.:.   ,,,, ,������|,.,. t|���, Tui.uis], .,,,������������
noli  with nut German guns, manned  on   the   Veidun  defeuc -.     Had   lhe should be laid out and borders phnite.l      "|��� ih.- path of rc-.iliwition "f our
r'.v   Gernitiu  git rs.    Tliey   looked    I'/'ench been   entirely   surprised    as bv tho children under supervision, a   goal Ihei-e can he .ml�� ono oDstaele-
ufter his commissariat, too, nnd lie did   ���''�� Oermans were tn Chaiupncnc. llle sl'iorl   time  each  day  being  devoted   ourselves.    We behind lhe lino*, limy
imt, go hungry ns he did in the cum- <!""" vv"",|l "_vo been lakc-n. General (0 p.   -n,ja imuld -..,, ,':,,- fowitnl iniik-   l��� iqu red even  wbil n- iirnnes
pnigii before AdriatiO))le. They taught j0*fre. "owowr.-nud about a week in ing i|l(.   plnyground  mole  nttruclive,   ar.-   ngliling  valiantly  ,n   the  fronl
him nboul    torpedo lub"- ami how loJv��'ch to strengthen bis artillery be- ,m(| would.con.tiltile n Iruining which j This ��� u��� i*. creab' new dancers    which
It 'li   mines and  lh-  best  form of ""re the full fury ni the 'icrmnn at- tlm  children  would nol   forgel  when   we mu-l guard a-aiii-i     Iu Germany
Iretiches nnd all th.- resl of it. Ir was  tack developed. Ther  v-n many large they reached inaturer years and had   Ihere  is on all hands  talk ..f i ,'
Gerninn leadeisltip nhieh ma.1.-him so  guns around Verdun.    Many more of I,:,,i,, . ,,f their own.   There is no ivas    Ami v,  must   have ���wisdom   enoaeh
effective nn (he Tigris. Doubtless (i, r- ,' "hbi'e corresponding lo Ihe (- rmnn nn why the.-' grounds should be al
Fly Poison
Kills More Children
Than All Other Poisons
Combined
ForSafi'y's _>'_/:c,Lrre__
Is there ��ithiu  your liotn
anywhere vithi    b by's re --
a   saucer  '���(   ,- poi    "������ !
pnper floating iu ���-���, er, or a can
wilhasweetene I poi; ai >i :���������'���.<-';?
Daring iri!.', ���;<..���; ef fly
poisoning wet ::-. iried from 11
stales; i'i V.'' I, IG . i s fronl 11
states. Fly .. m >'���. '.'; more
children th in ������ ' . ���' r ; . is
comb: a. d.
Yet fly p. is ". still '-, left unguarded ' >:.'-;.' i:i tl ��� hot lc I
where mot! t .. ., ned ti:.,:
tiie sat/,   mi  . ��� oncus,
cliicicnt   fly  catel er   and  d.-
T
m$ :'������������: ��� - ':'.^_j:;
The Jotirn.il of the Michigan State
M.dicu. Society comments ihus ia a
.���.rent issue:
. "Symptom i ������"��� nt< il e- i^-~-ir.? ars
very similar I ihosootcl [erftlnfantnni;
undoubtedly a uun ber of cased o(cb lera
infantum wei ��� rei case of ai eni -l
poistinin;;. but arring, wai
attributed to ���      ���. a In     ���..*���..
"Werepeaf .: ��������� IB ��� ��� tn rine devices are i':\r,f,- i ia and til'l be aboi-
tslied.   Heuitb ofllcia I be      ���"
jtro.iso'l i ��� pre\ en furtl ���:���-���:' a
from t!i*ir sot ;��� ".   Our lean !--*gi ��-
l;itu!'<**. ii :   '���. -I ���  ssfi n | lal
ulating (!��������� ������>'.���;  I poi Sy papers."
The 0. & W. Tl.um Co.
Grand Rapids, Mich.        ��� ,
man  organization    kepi     lum    there I I'll���iis  were  brought  up,   and    m
through  ail  lh-  long months nf lhe  'ho French artillery is a- strong and
h"l.'a_iii I'lmnt.   We now read in his \lxii effective as that oT th.  y
eoimnuniqucs   about   tin-   Black Sen infantry of  I"rtuieo  has  foueht
submarinesi hut alniosl certainly Ihey splendid heroism, but the iii. runs ami
-re German submarines. ' i ""' famous three-inch ti, I-i .-'in have
What the German-' hay,- clone with saved Verdun.
'he Tur!;. hastily nnd hampered by The French stock ���:���; ammunition, n
adverse conditions amidst tin- strain Paris despatch says, i^ practically in-
iind distractions of this war, they ivill I exhaustible. The output of three-inch
rosily improve upon and augment if sll*-Hs is over thirty-tliree times as
Ihey am ever permitted I" take over firuat as when war broke out, nnd of
lhe'Germanization nf the whole Turk-! ;"!"'"s "f larger calibre it i--. turly-four
ish empire after the war is over. This times its great. The manufacture "t
is only a rough sample nf "hat they Sunn has also been greatly increased
can do when thev  give  their whole 't i'1"  British  product -i cannon
minds to it And"they will iiifnllil.lv! ''""I projectiles bus -:.t. ail kepj pace
i"' given lull permission in organize w-''h "nit of France there must be
the entire Turkish power if thev arc *"-*iougli guns and high e.Tplosive- be-
allowed by the .Allies to complete this -""'l 'he lines at -h I i points t"
mir v.itb the reputation of having enable the Allies to break through on
saved Turkey from imminent dismeni- a wide front. If the G mums continue
bennent ami witli au open clitinne] of their offensive nl Verdun then maybe
communication through a par! of reason for delaying an Allied advance.
Sorbin and a friendly Bulgaria be- which mtlsl inevitably involve --real
tweelt Herlin and Constantinople. j losses.   Germany may be bled white
And these advantages (hey will have, "t  Verdun.    If  nm,  th-.-  Allies    are
if Ihey are driven nut of the Hulkeins I'onsonabJy   certain   to liiake an aland smashed in the Kusl before pence 'i-mpt within the next  -->.���-   )nys to
comes.   In short, tittv ponce proposals  brcuk the German lines
based upon n delusive -talus nuu inl'��� front-.    It is r
ii d em rgy enough, not
unl tn foifeil our great
1 the great id' tils nf this
pel'- si. n
lately bare, and  il  is Imped that  the   to '-ive V
. I'lininlei's of this laudable movement sacrifices
I'he  will extend the scope of the unrlc In : wm-t
;'i   beautifying Ihc areas devoted to piny.      Kecenlly   one    ..f  i/m    I'lnissariea
 ���  working for Germany visited me, lie
Ho was one of those v.Him. men who, y-'ui ���>" uri-- " citizen "f ni ulrnl Switz-
never seem to know when to go home, ���'rlnnd, ami a. member "f the Stock
She had tried yawning, hut even that '' ,!"' conference, mode un ol lh" nili-
Inile.l tn get, rid of him. Presently a ' l"-- of tlifferetit netilrul countries,
clock    outside in the hall    began to   ��''���**    bad    sent    him   tn   lind
LITTLE
THINGS COUNT
l'!vcn inamsteh  you  should
consider the "Little Things,"
ihc wood���thc composition���
(he   strikeability���the   -Iit..
EDDY'S
MATCHES
ar. made o; -'ron^ dry pir.e
r.fsins. tvith * secret perficted
composition that guiracrcis
"r:very Match A Light" 65
years ol knowing how��� tint's
the reason I
All liddy products  ire de-
pendaiils products���Always.
strike in'lmy',lei'i>'ton,'s7nemi'lni'-htiwl'''lfa'r anv eicment's'ln l?ussia lav.',ir" ""'''! "-'  '" - "
hour P tones tn, m-uni-iiti ^ ^^ ^^   ,y^  n^  tnen watching   hem ho
hour. "rod   a  separate  |
"Oh .1 say, Miss Green," -aid the unoginf-,' he said, 'how ihey long forj ",''.".
late stayer, brightly, "is that an eight l'eiee  ui Germany,  perhaps,  if  Bel. |   "*-"
day clock?" glum  were evacuated and Serbia  re
Miss Green smiled coldly at him. stored,  this  might  bo?oma  the basi
"Well,"   she  .-aid,  stifling anothm far peace  negotiation
Most of the
1*01 '
Will
eh
carp ������  mad - in  fnd
lie to tl r      .
tit
If  Ihel"   is
. , i feels thnl  he
1   '"'      '  J| he ought, tlie:- is for inn  :' ll*
farmer anj
not. doing a
yawn,  "why don'l  you  stay a  little I ������'"i:   'Wo  know Germany's  altitude,,    ,     .
ongerand find ont?" ���*=��; but your  intry should m���i,r-:    '    -    '      ' "'   '
Island who began lhe war. am] who* | " '" !" '
tiler it is possible in help Germany f
. thai (at
HOW MRS. BEAN
MET THE CRISIS
^ a  liquidation nf iter |>n tensions,  by I
��� menus "f an international understand.
, hii.  founded  merely on  th" basis i f
Most Eminent Medical
Authorities Endorse It.
the west. nlTs-t bv German dentin-j ally Unit Ihere. are two and a half mil-1
once in lhe lla.-t'. .".en if it go no lion Britisii troops now in f'tnnee,
farther than trading Armenia I'm- Ihe Such a vast host '-.iii :.��� ' I7e kept itt-
l"ii.--.bin provinces now held bv Ger- -"-livo liter,. Ihroughout another .-a
man  Iroops ami  keening nnlv a   drip  *""���   Toronto Glol
'ii I'i'liii'ii to 111" .-lain- quo ante. (Ap-
i plan-' . i    We do net   w ish  In destroy I
Germany; but wn ar- in duty bound
iin render Germany harmless; lo this1
Germany   would   hot.  consent  of  her:      T)r. Eb-rle ami Dr. Rraithwalte _<���
' **     .   if n   ti ���       i   Oi """ '''en '.nil.   And we hove our na-    -wpJI as Dr. 8imon ���all ii:s'.;n.iii-h**d
���offiei* I Carned Safely Through Change  ,,,..,; probiems.'" ' autbora-azree tin,; whatever maybe
nf Serbian lerrilory .��ill mnke of lh
ar.-.it  Turklsli   empire   t tin r   IVu-
iiail I'l'ni inee and add Iv.-nl v-nue mil-
linn Turks I., lh- military resources of
���he <',: rmnn Central Hiiro] omhiun*
'nm.    Montr, ei Star.
of Life by Lydia ��. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound.
Growth o! Telephones
According to the ; nntia! 1 lit   I - ik
nf the ""iiilway H. poi'ln   : t giviilfi lei -
phone    slal'-l: ���-,   II   :       .,    ,..���   0!10
| t'depbonu  for ��� vi ry   lo.l   i   i--,,s   in ,
Canada.     The iner' :������     n the f i
fhe lload lo Suria's", ill' teli'phone ha* Ii    ���   !���::",���   luring
What ive nee I i- depth.    Deplh em.   th. nasi feiy years, an I ." i eondil nns
:.' imnnrh I llirnugli tii,   leaehing of I do i ot seem in hm- rttpl ,i thi
anything,   ll can he imparted Ihruiiuh  progress    The nne :   r       li lephones
i.atin '..riiiiim-ii'. (Iiroti'.di handwriting,  rei "I'd as being in ti-y   n 1PI5   wns
tlirougli eiirpetil r work. IhrouLdi aritii- ���''���'n.-lOO,   an   inerens.    ���;   ll.'-l",    over
meiie  or  history.    The  nn,'  element: 1-11.    The'   principal   growth   was  in
required   is   lime.     1'oplh   cannol   hejrm-ii| districls,    'II,,   ;,. ���  . arnin.-s "f ;
imparted -tpuekly,  nr   in   many  sub-1 th.. 1,-lflG companies in t'amid.i foiull
ieels at mi'".    r..-is,ii'i-.is neCHssniv      .-Sl,71*4,057,  wliieh   was   .".'iiu/iii)   i,-tl r
n slowing down, a Inking of things net I'bun    the resull  ..f IPM,     T1,,. tutnl
easily, hut slowly, determinedly, pa* j capitalization nf ('nm   ;:,
tieiiil.'-. -as  if 'hii'-'    v..:re    plenty of j companies now cuioiinis n
lime and notlibig -I-' edu'.b'd.    Thi* j  ���	
is the mad In lanid ami brilliant work I According to Idoyds' IJ.
���ni,! the;-,, is mi other. Tin- smallest .only .over,, the records
children should he .ef no this mad, there has been a sl , ly
and guided and governed ami helped number of vessels -a ,.���
nnd -lined i.v,-r by iii" I-,-t nf our less apparatus nn,: .--..
musters. One subject understood uniting installations. I i
mentis the world mastered, John J. I on Lloyds' r-ji-t r. ,:
L'hupmiiu iu Allanlie. hiierchanl murine 2,1)80 ���
! "d  with   wireless   t] par
Merely Expet-irnentall provided nitb   -i:1"::',
Whi re I staved    lasl    summer   a   systems,
green hired man tried In kiss me, II-]
_��� ���  ' the disease, the urine seldom :'_i.s, in
More'"Trench" Humor j furnishing us with a clue to tin:- princi-
<iii.- .,;' th- F.oldiers in a Canadian   P*6** "P0" which  il  is to  be treated,
Ireiieh,  "somewhere,''  bioughl    bock] and accurate k .';������   pcerninethe
blamed.
i  ij_.-i._i ii.-, ,-i . - .  :': - .-..���: t
mor as largo as a.iu.i  t,, ibe rear.      It was    entitled:    urination bother i t dittt  �� j   I   i r ,:
Ireiieh,  "somewhere,''  bioughl    bock    ana accurate k gei   ��� :ern;t
Nashville.Tenn.���"When I was goinff U\ ,;,,.,, jny ., ,,,,,,,. ���j n ut.yu... n,���t   nature of disea tcan thus beobti
through the Chango of Life I had a tu-! im,]  been  posted    imtsid.   a  surgery   If backache, sei       . .   tie or fre
"I ish I- ���.:���: -a k.
i.lie acid in tin- bi   d , a- cam  !:'-���.-
-I a -ul lu his
i    i
ni' i'li-an  mo- ing-pi I       films nro
aid   he  had   1
! . nml ��� "
"What did yon tell I
"I told him thai  I was no ngricul*  l''reneh and  Kalian ;; ...     tt|iui   lue  the l.yditi K. Pinkham NoUiclue   as        litly
turn] experimental station." 'to <he ivar. (.'--., Linn, Haas, I I'm. tin.
cljilil':)  head.     The      Iiini    m th"   .
loctor said'it.was and ran: malism, gptit oi a or you suspect
three years coming     "I. 1'oti't   spring smartly  to alien.    ���d"ey���t!rI1bl"l_t*er.1       "' ':" ri:1-- ,'r'
,    ' r   , ��� ���,|. ,,.: ,,,. ,,,  ,���  , Pierce at the surgical It mute, i. i ���.,   ,
and gave me mem-   ll it t 1,1   ) I i, brisk j  tip tn ih- ,:���,,,     NY d ...    .     . ;
cine for it ttnti:   I  :,;:,;;���)���]';:  '��' >'";l ''��ve ���"'-" ���� .crlbesvmpl ,  -.    )   -.-    ,i     .,-�� in.,
was cuilci  away      .,  ,,  ,,, . "''',,, .    .     ., medical advice after Dr.Pi rce's chemist
from the city for       "'     " ' ".-";   '!:,!   i''';,'11"' iv':,-i has examined ti. ��� m    i-thia -,���  . be
sometime     Of I"'---" '"'',::' ' ���''!v"'>" ."'���v'"1"-"-       ,   ! carefully done-* ithi   -.    ,arge, and yon
  "   '���'on/, on einerghig    fr     the w[n be under no ol   tation.   f��r.Pierc.
nee, let your friends shout, Any during many ;   irs   .       erimentation
���      .      i , ,*     , ,        , . has discovered a new ret iv which he
/      .   | ,'   mys!stei-tn-lawtold|      It -  wtslnUg for further advice finds is thirty-    - n times n   rei   wer-
i -^ Ime that she thought  should apply for ���,y vi us illustrat-i ful than lithia in removing uric acid
Lydia /���". Pinkham's Vegetable Com-   f;   painphlels,   price   sixpence   each from the system.   If you are suffering
pound would curo it.    It helped both "."' mo-t pupuiar are:     (I) How lo from backache or Ibe pains of ihcuma-
the Change of Lifo and tlw tumor and   V,'1'    !,ml '"'" '', ���v'"11' 'emperalifl-c. (2) lism, goto your he*! druggist and a*k
'* ��� slroigthen and weaken jour for a 50-cent box of "_t)inn'c "put tip
���n  II",',' in gel  a  had lungiie. by  Pr. Pierce.    Dr. Pierce's Favorite
.,        i!'1'   l'ow '" Pel   a Very   bad longtie   Prescription for weak women and Dr.
I r ..,,-.,, | tvmor was gono, the doctor said, ami I ],���,���.   ,, .  iM    , ��� ,,,,_, ,��� ,���.,,.,.   vi,,.^-s i;i,^,, ,i( ,   ,,  Disc0-e.��� for
to  Pd.-i.   i-.'ive not felt it Binco.   I tell every ono   >|    ,,,1,,,. ,,.,,-ii. ,;]} |��-_ _. ,��� ,,. ,7) p.,.' tbe blood ha, ��� I , favorably known
fr. in the I how I was cured.   If this letter will   , a    illness *,  their  symptoms,  dura-   for the past forty years and more.   They
villi wire-  help others you are welcome to use It"   tions, and lemedies " are standard renn    ������- to-dav���-as well
.,,>    sig. ���Mrs. E. H. Bean, B25 Joseph Avenue, '   as Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellet-for
.      now  Nashville, Tenn. Canada A Rich Prize the liver and I iwels,    '"mean get a
���i-i'5 I    1 vdia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ,    ,! may sad ly he -aid that nnlv rh"' large (rial j a< ...,    for 10c. of any one
l�� ' 1'iipP- pound, a pure reme.lv containing the i ���Jo.uinaiil   ijower of the greal  battle of ihese remedies by -vritingDr.Pierce.
n*l  extractive properties of good old fash- i'.'" ' "' ''-''S1-*'"1 >>��* '��� l>t lho war thus 	
���  io,;ed root, and herbs meet.) the need, , <����>��� our ,v,-y,looi-s. Caiia h, would |    ^ p.   , .   , ^ ^
ofwoman s system at tills critical period |,, |  ,,;]  ,.. ,,,,(., .,,,,  ,,,,.  .   ,,., ,.;.y o[   ���-.-a l.ivcr Pill.   One tiny, Sunar-coaled
course 1 could not  ���)>]
go to him then, so :
'','.""'"' I when 1 got home I did no' needthedo, I ir.
'-'���������""'��� IJ took tho Pinkham remedies until thc ! '
llin
of her life.   Try it.
Ibalngsold in inci ties in     If there Is rtny symptom in your j mot ,f i;,i-,,
,  ,,.,--,,,-.-��� .: (I,    case wliicli puzzles you, write to  there are evidences that it has I ������,
'I    I ,hi, .1 Slates iv, uld have i   tititcu
nf   Hi l-IU'::     1:.    -      i,
bos lhat  it  has )   -���,
-iii. I.     Philadelphia
Pellet ii Dose. Cure Sick Headache,
l'llloos Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, end
all derangement!) ui tbe Livci, tilnu.aci)
tun Bowels, THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review constructing a platform forhispar-
.   , ,. ,,������'.,      . t>'*    Everybody   knows   that   the
Audi ox Valley Advocate 1 ;i���.,...i , ...��"     ���   ., ."
_  -,,   .     .. ',,.,, Liberals are   agin the government
A Weeky Newspaper,  Pubisbed at but wdiat the people  want is a pro-
Courtenay, B. �� -,___,_,_ lhat    _h  ��� ^
N. H. BonKN, Editor and Proprietor   ,i,.,��� ,,, ,, ,,��� .,     ,,      .   ,       ..    ,
1 than that ot the Premier s.    Need-
���nbscription ��1.60 per Vear in Advance  |ess ;,. sav sl,ch programme has not
:     ' "���--- yet   been    forthcoming,   and   we
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1916 doubt if it will come, from   Master
: ���:  .   Brewster.     Iluejiii    Stewart   can
The opening of the Allies often- l,:'"'llv 1i'-,i'l'al, ���'". support if he is
sive is at hand, and, possibly f""*?l�� bfk, hls let;dc1' l",s,u;'11
while this is in the press the ad- dt?','cab,1c tn? ,lcs' ulul we tlollbt
vancc will have been undertaken. whelhei ^_wl11'
The Russians with splendid courage and dash are pounding away Attention has been called to the
in Bukow'inn and Volhynia, mak- fact thai the troops in Victoria
ing huge captures of men and nut- have been supplied with butler
terial, in addition to fortified posi- from Seattle and moreover sold to
tions, On the Italian frontier, the IheVicloiia distributor by a Ger-
Austrians have already had to fall man firm there. His pointed out
buck from positions only recently that wholesalers prefer to sell the
captured, doubtless on account of imi"1 led rather than the home pro-
the Russian pressure, The Greek lllu;l because the former carries a
army, a tiieiiai.ee to ihe Allies P'ofit of 7 or 8 cents agntnst the A
while it was under arum, has been "r 5 cents '" the case of the Can-
demobolized, tints simplifyirg the adian butter. With its farmer's
situation at Salonica, and possibly institutes, boards of tnul", and
permitting ol'an advance in that other high sounding "fallals" it is
quarter by British, French and strange that British Columbia can
Serbian troops. While nothing has submit to such a proceeding. The
Uett heard lately of the Russian wholesalers too should be brought
advance into Armenia, and through i'11" line wtth the "Made tn Can-
Persia, or of the Britisii troops near ada" movement, not for the mo-
Kut el-amara, no news is evidently lives of gain but for those of pal-
good news. The Canadian troops riotism. As for Ihe farmers- well
have regained their original line in l('ls ol hard things have la-en said
the Ypres salient, and of late at their expense, and we will let
thousands    of    Canadian    soldiers somebody else add to them
have arrived in England, doubtless  ��� -������������*��-���>
to lake the place of those who have Notes by the Way
gone   to France'     Bud    weather
in Flanders has in all likelihood de- That "stocky" little battalion,
layed any offensive operations so the B. C. Bantams, officially known
far on the part of the Allies there, as the 143rd, needs about 300 more
but if another winter campaign is men |10t exceeding five feet tour
to be avoided in not the best cotiir inches iu height, to bring it up to
try for winter campaigning, and il full strength, It is a race between
the 11 tins are to be prevented from the western bantams and a similar
rushing reinforcements, taken from battalion in the east, as to which
the Western front to aid the Aus- will g.t away first, Now, since
trians against Russia, then, we feel the men of the east are not coming
confident, the time of the Allies' forward generally in the same way
offensive must be at hand. Let that the men of the west arc- re-
Canada unite in support ol the sue- spondiug the odds are in favor of
red cause of the Allies, a Canada the B.C. Bantams crowing first,
active in prayer, action and good but the sooner they can complete,
works, and let every fatality at the the better will they shame the dila-
front be met by the enlistment of a tory 'back casters." The Comox
man hen: iu B.C. to take his place. Valley is already represented in the
-����������������- 1>. 0. Bantams.
The fighting at Ypres has result- The _ims 0t .-,��� charitable are in
ed in heavy casualties to the Can- recjllest n|,nost unceasingly and the
adian troops and it is too much to extraordinary wav 111 which, time
expect thai those from this district after t)me tl)t ���, liL.,,,| public re
who are known to haw been en- Sp0mls with contributions of varv*
gaged can have escaped scathless. ing amount but producing an ap-
It musl be remembered however preciaijle total is nolhitig short of
that these casualties wete not con- n.arvellous, A few days ago, a
fined to om ide only and that the house to house collection in Vic-
Germans suffered heavily al Ypres- ,or-a on hehaif of the Returned
just ," th. ,-done al V idun. The soldiers Fund produced close upon
C Indian troops foughl with the g6ooo alK- only a few days pi e-
titmosl vigoi . "il determination vi0u.sly a substantial street collec-
Let us sustain tli '>>'every  tion had been taken on   behalf    of
means in our pov 1"  present a  t),e French Red Cross, while every
united Canada in thci       ppnrt.        ������ , t:r fOI ,,,  ,,y months there must
-**���-������  ��� have been at least   two   collections
Mr. Brewster's comic opera move for the bt uefit of various war funds
bar, no charms for an\ save Mr. The charity of Victoria people is ol
Brewster. To postpout such im- a most unostentatious kind, and
porta-.it mea: tires as the Workm ill's consists for the most part of small
compensation   Act,   the   Shipping 'off-rings made at a   sacrifice  bv a
ROYAL STANDARD MILLS
Products are the Acme of
PERFECTION
DISCRIMINATING    llritish    Columbians     insist   upon
the   genuine   ROYAI,   STANDARD   products   for  a
number of good sound reasons.
First���Xo other products arc superior,
Second���They are snld under a money hack guarantee.
Third-Tltey  are   produced  or  milled  in   Britisii   Columbia
ill the larges' and most complete (lour milling  institution
ill Western Canada.
Pour products which arc outstanding and recognized as
Till; BUST THE MARKl'T Al'I'ORDS are:
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR
WILD ROSE PASTRY FLOUR
ROYAL STANDARD CHICK FOOD
ROYAL STANDARD  SEEDS
1  Mm��>m��c.��iri_.ui��a��a_!. -,-B-tf
Mens  Dept.
Another shipment os Spoil   Shirts arriving in i)l.'iin self colors and stripes
Xewest   in   men's   boater
high crown and fancy
s" with
.Men's (Inline  Hals and Caps
Invictus Shoes ''The best   good shoe for
men '
stf^f#sfmMM&
.,.���'-' ::*e^
CUMBERLAND
Campers' Fires
The fact   that   in   lot,*,   30 per
cent, of the hi  s were    caused    hy
campers, sportsmen and    travellersj|
���-��� , . , emphasizes the need for    cure with
and Agricultural Credits   Arts, the,large number   ol   people     I.i   bu-   fire 01I the      ,   ,,,    ,,��� ,,   ���ersons
Prohibition, Sufferage   and    other other way but equally valuable, the
constructive   measures,   merely as people responded recently to nn ap-
an act of political spite, after calm* | peal for "junk" to be sold   on be-
ly taking the allowance awarded lo| half   of   the   Red   Cross.    Nearly
tin.-leader of   lite   opposition   too, $500 was realized ultimately    from
should had all Liberals lo press for .what would have otherwise retnain-
Caniping grounds were damaged,
cover I'm name ami fish destroyed,
and the u_e of roads and trails endangered for the time being bv the
very class of people   who   were its
Mi.    Brewster's   retirement   from
ing nnd   enjoying   the   privileges
public life,    We do not   need  ties-
tructiv- politics al a time when tin-
,d to litter up and occupy space in   which'tiiese benefits c
on for red.
garrets, basements and woodhouses. om,      ,:      ��� ,���       c
7.                                 ,        ,, . Ilie extinguishing of a camp   or
__    __                                  ; 'ver>; l,ouse contributed something _(1;uW,u. hre ,. _���.,, ������ (.;|sv H;.ille_
ity is so essential, and Mr.   Brews   from la wn mowers and bicyclea   to ���,,,.������,,            carelessness or in-
" occupy his time   by bottles and old worn out   utensil*1
ter c iiihi wet
difference can lead lo damage from
this cause.
Esquimalt   <��_   Nanaimo   Railway
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Victoria and Way Stations
Connecting at Nanaimo nitli Steamer "Princess   Patricia"
RETURNING���Arrives at Courtenay at
16:10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Steamship tickets on all lines to all parts
of the world. For particulars etc., address
L. D. CHETHAM
DM. Puic-ft- *���*��������. Victoria
D. B. NICKERSON
Afcot Courttnif, Phone R CO
Columbian
Health Salts
15c.
Sanazont
The Ideal Disinfecting Fluid
50c.
ROBERTSON'S
DRUG STORE
BEST
^P%
I
1-3S' ��.,i jje istk
BOVAL S7ANDM9.
���    .���,...���*���__>
Yen can serve your own hcsl Interests ami
the interests of your province hy Insisting upon
these hranils heariti.e, 111 circle "V" trade marie
This is your protection your assnranee ol
QUAI-ITY.
Royal Standard   Grain  Products   Agency
riiuno 33 F.  Movilz,   Mer. End of Bridg
Editor Review.
Dear Sir:���The gay old lime I predicted a few weeks
back thro' vour columns for Courtenay of a cafe summer Harden with hand which men, women and children could sit
and listen to with till kinds ot refreshments. Ice cream, soft
drinks, beer, wines, etc., is now the C. P. R, programme in
grounds adjoiuin. the Empress Hotel, Victoria, bar be_r and
wines which must be obtained inside the hotel on account of
the license not providing for the sale of alcoholics outside. Iu
the evening.', thc grounds will be illuminated with lanterns
strung anion"" the tree.*:, and the whole scheme is being worked at big expense on the bins of the outdoor summer gardens,
particularly of Paris.
The letter whi-It appeared in your issue of ist instant
from nom-de-pluuie "A Farmer's Wife" in which she characterized this summer gardefl'as vulgarity anil asked me what
kind of women I thought lived in this Comox valley gave tne
a great shook. If all took tiie same view as tllis farmer's
wife life indeed would not be worth living, We cannot all
lead a lonely bush life which drives so many into the asylum .
I have enjoyed myself so much at these galas on the continent
that it was n pleasure to read that that go ahead firm the C
P, R, thought will of it, Under their guid.nceit will titi-
doubetdly prove a success liu.-tt daily and otherwise; they deserve the thanks of the pe iple of llle North Pacific Coast; it
will 11 t only bring thousands of visitors to this Island but
will .'��� ndtice to sulci.-!, a thousand tim s more Ihan the new-
fake Prohibition Act which will tiiiti the house into a saloon;
and we all klion how this acts in Saskatchewan. No doubt
the people will throw t' is 11* w act down on election day, the
majority ol the rankest Prohibitionists Jonathan and others
���have placed them between the devil nnd the deep sea the
antis will then get their wav aud catty oul remedial measures
such as this outdoor summer garden and he indoor paint garden in lie- nintiT. In such good company a logger even
would feel ili.it getting drunk was below the dignity of his
manhood We arc years behind the times, and must get a
mine 011.     What i*, tit... use of a weekly half    holiilav without
providing recreation and   enjoyment for the   workers to keep
them out of the bar?
1 mean to ask the 0, P. R if they cannot help this
district���which bids fair in view, of having all the raw produces for manufacturing right here lending to a big population by running an hotel on the same lines overlooking the
Comox Harbour,
"The stiiiwi'lail mountains in the background,
S.-a iin.l green liel.ls in the foreground.
With in.'tor hunts and hiiiiiches
Would Indeed make 11 picture worth painting"
WM. IDIENS.
Courtenay, June 20, 1916.
SPECIAL EXCURSION TO
POWELL  RIVER
DOMINION  DAY  CELEBRATION
Leaving Comox Saturday 7.15 a. m., S. S. Charmer
Returning leave Powell River Sunday 6.30 a. m.
S. S. Charmer
Round Trip   -   $2.00 THE COURTENAY REVIEW
n
Three   Reasons Why
The GREAT-WEST LIFE
has tor nine succesive years written the
Largest Canadian Business
.if any company operating in Canada
Its Premiums are the Lowest
Its Policies are the most Liberal
Its  Dividends are the Highest
Vancouver Island Branch
J. IIUUTT MOUOAN, Matinioii'
109 Union Bank Bldg. Victoria, B. C.
P. I.. ANUERfON, A cut, Courtenay
Comox Notes
Thrice the capacity of ordinary grates is given because
the Sunshine grates are three-sided, one side at a time
meeting the fire.   Bulldog teeth smash clinkers easily.
���a      -*.
^M.liltiMk_a-__w��.
Wouldn't yea like to know the cost of installin % a 3un-
shine in your home ? I'll gladly give you j. irticulars
without obligation. s0
For sale by C. H. Tarbell & Son, Courtenay
Council Meeting | street and report as to the  advisa
bility ol spending J60 on it.
After wtiiti g three quarters of Aid. Aston was appointed a coin
an hour for a quorum on Monday iniltee to look after the fire appar-
nigltt llic city council proceedings atus and the organizing of a volun-
started at 8,15 hy the reading of itter fire brigade,
the minutes, which were adopted -Aid. Hurford for the Utilities
ns read. I committee, read a letter from Bod-
There were no cotnmications.      j well cc Uawsou, also the amended
The   following    accounts   were; clauses lo thc proposed  agreement
presented : j antl a copy will be sent io the com
Courtenav  Review $65 20  patty lot   their  perusal   and it any
L. Berkeley     63 30 j objections arc- found they are to be
J, Cairns    57 4*' made iu writing.    A copy will also
L, Dunham     51 30 be sent to the  Wellington Colleries
J. Ohittick  25 80 Company.
O. Iluinie   30 15      The city clerk was instructed to
]*'.  I.oggie    12 601 .start   proceedings   to    collect   tlle
}. McKenzie   2S 501trades licenses from delinquents.
'i'   Creech       .59 5" I     Aid. Aston wanted to know what
Mrs. Calkin     2 00! was being done iu   tlie   matter  of
W. 0. Robertson        00 j collecting doe lUi.l toad tuxes.
C. H. Tarbell     9 201    The   pound   by-law amendment
Elecrtic Co., Street lights,.  28 85 was advanced another stage.
do office light...,     1 20     The trades license by-law amend.
do general acct. . .   45 301 ment was given its 3rd reading.
Telephone Co.       in5l>!    The matter of  furnishing a desk
Aid. Hurford, for the board of for the city clerk will be looked
works reported that they had ex into by Aid. Anderton,
amitied Alice street and recom- The blasting by-law was also
mended that work am Hinting to given its third reading. This pio-
430 he done thereon, also that $60 vides lhat anyone engaging in this
be exendcl on burning stumps on business must be competent, aud
Creech's toad, Mr, Haiti) lu do the lake out ;t license costing Si,50 for
work. The culvert in front of lhe 1 year, if a ratepayer wishes to
Imperial Oil warehouse had been bla**t a stump or a lot he will have
repaiied at no cost to the munici- to take out a permit, which will
pality. The ratepayers on Auder- cost 25c, good for one month,
ton ave want aboul $30 more ex- When the accounts came up they
peuded on lhal road, and are vv i 1 - were passed on to the finance com-
linn io ih. tin.- work in li'-tt < I taxes mittee with the exception of a por-
Something should be done to en- tion of the I.l.clric Light Go's,
courage a volunteer lire brigade, general account, lor repairs to
ami that the rubbish should be street lamps. \Iter a long argil
cleared nil' vacant lots in Hut gry ment in which various thelites were
hollow before stumps are burned, discussed, the cl. rk was instructed
The council discussed the report'. to write tlie company and ask them
at considerable length. [ to fix the light at Mcl'hee's corner
Aid. McKenzie said that the otherwise the citv would consider
board of works It.id made un ex- the question of doing without street
animation of the streets and recom lights altogether,
mended certain work to be .lone, j The account of T. Peaise and
In the meantime petitions for other others in connection with the litt-
work    hnd   been    put ill and vvorki bar case were again left over.
done iii in places  not nearly so ue*  ���
cessary as that recommended, and _,._,. nl   '     1 ���
now the money '-as spent and no- tirst-LlaSS rllll-lDing
th'.ng that really needed doing was
done particularly the work lu the 1     Hot Water and Steamfittiliff      ;
��7. was anally decided   to again Jackson & Whittle
let the board of works look at Alice  Phone q Courtenay
! Miss E. Wilson who was instrumental in making n collection for
the I02ud band   has   received   the
. following letter: ���
I     Dear Miss   Wilson:���I   am   in
j strutted by Lieut.-Col. J   W. War-
I den to thank you aud the teachers
jot   the   Coinox-Atiln   district    for
1 your kind contribution of $34,50 to
i the band fund.
I It is unnecessary to slate thai the
officers and men appreciate your donation very much,   and   we  trust
: that the band will fully come up to
I your expectations.
Yours sincerely
! T. P, O'Kelly,'Lieutenant,
Sec. Treas. Band Fund. 102nd Batt.
C, E, F.
A. B. Ball and wife left on Sunday by S S Charmer, for parts  tin-
known.    Charlie told a  friend   in
confidence that he intended his
holiday to be a second honeymoon,
The Hotel Cceil will be his headquarters whilst in 1.011.Ion     If time
will permit, In-uml   his   wife  will 1, , . .        ,    .
., '        ...       , ,. , ! lietweeii   us, the   undersigned, as   Real
visit tlie .firing line in I'ranc. and -.-.slate Agents, Auctioneers nml lusur-
Flanders, aud upon Ins return will ' mice Agents, in the City of Courtenav,.
give short lectures   lo    the    yotltlg   n- C\, has   this   day   heel)   dissolved by
fellows who a.-,e  slill    anxious   and   m.\tual ���'""*'".������    A" ������?*������������ ''"���'������:���*,"' *'��'
... ,,   .      ,,. , 1 said partnership are to lie nan) tn 1 icorge
willing lo   serve    their    Kill*   and j, H_rdy ,,t Courtenay aforesaid, and all   l'���.-tWi,���.
Country,     Ihese   short    addresses  claims against   the '.aid   partnership are   nnd Liquors
will be given it   his store,  Main st,   to he  presented tn   the said   George J.    _ .
Comox, Pete Act on M. P. p., Hardy, by whom the same will he set-
Hornby and Seal Islands has kindly    '',',.',.���,, ������  Courtenay  this 16th   .lav of      Ctl 111 Ill'I'l'llK 1
fuue, 1916.
t'.r'n. |, II.moiv Go0'' Accomodation       Cu;
]���'. R, lo; ISI'.K iiiscoi*
Advertise in the Review
THEED   PEARSE
Dissolution of  Partnership
NOTICH   is   hereby  given   that lhe
partnership hereto! ire   subsisting
lL-.rris.er an-!
Phone 53
Courteray
Courtenay    Hotel
COURTG   AV, IS   C
C'.inif.n't   Willi   M   I,    ���
T.
.   I
No
1-
consented to take  the  chair
collection will he made.
Hugh Bt-adnell and family left
hy Cowichan on Sunday for h.ng-
land, Mr Beaduell is going to his
old regiment in England. He hopes
to return to Comox and resume
business afler the war.
The 102 7 8 Batt. C. K. F.
(Moores Monsters) are now getting
on towards full strength, Advertising posters are on view in Moores
store window, The hand instruments have not arrived, and pari of
the llll forms ate not here. Col
II, Moore says that when he gels
bis charger there will be a good
many mote route inarches. The
band and most of the battalion led
by Drum * aj'ii W. Mm.re, the I).
0. C. nccoiupaying, marched to the
city 0. o. Sundown was portrayed
bv tiie buglers, and lhe flag was
buttled down with all due forms
aud ceremonies. The Col says
that since the men were inoculated
thev are fairly crazy for ice cream,
this may or may lit t hive an ill
efiect on future enlistments, in any
case we wish the battalion good
luck, and we do not hesitate to say
thai influence for the good is being
felt by everyone who rea'iz s 'that
lit
Witness: Edward   II. Hicks   "leach, Nn
tarv Public, Courtenay, 11. C.
Wm. Merryfield
In the County  Court of Na- *tt       \\j   .        /-> , ���
niamo, holden at Cumber*   lh^   Water  Question
Solved
FOR   RENT
/tun* Go<      Houses,
water    r:       electric
light in each
Apply,  MRS. WM.   LEWIS
rAR"     j'ST
iCHlS
With or with, ul !.���:��������� ���    ���
$7.50 to $20.00
CHAS. SIMMS
land, B. C.
Ill the Matter of lhe Estate ol Joint
Hig'Tin., "f Comox, II. C, wlio is
presumed to he dead, having disappeared .-iver 7 ve.os ago and 111 the
Matter of the Administration Act.
NOTICE is hen Ijv Riven that Utah 1
nn order -eiiiii.il In His Mom ar
fudge Birker, dated June KHIi, 1916, 1
the undersigned was appointed sol mini*,
trntor of the I'sl ite of the above John
Higgins, all pui ties having claims against
the said Estate are requested tn forward
particulars to tne on or before the !"tli
day nl July, 1916. Alsn accounts due
above Estate are to he paid lorthwith to
the undersigned.   ���
Dated at Cumberland, li. C, this 10th
day nl June, 1916.
WESLEY WILLARD,
Official Administrator
NOTICE
In the Mall.-r of the   Estate of   William
R, Knlili, Deceased.
Prnctie
even tl ese lads Voting as they ate. j\] OTICH is hereby given tint all per*
are ready to fight'for their king and j^    sons'having  any claims  against
... ��� the said deci ;i 1 '
country in a true righleoiH   catire,. gllme verified li
Business in    Comox    has   been to the inidersigi
normal since the departure   of the,1'1'"1"1'"'.I'1   ,\
1       m       1    11        1 1       AXIJ    PAKE
to.nd.    Mr. Ardlcv   has   removed in,,, j ,   ,���,
ed    ne require I   to send
1 in  Stututoi v   I leclaratiou,
igiu ���',, the Trie lee and Ex-
el the said ''>���.���, i   it:
1 IT ICE   lit'' after the
,- Ith day of   [line, 1916, i -hall   proceed
his billiard tables from the Holmes to distribute the assets of tlio said decen-
block. and Arthltt has decided not | sed among the per is entitled   thereto,
tu  the  claims   nl
-e had notice.
��� I Mn. 1916.
I tS.
Courtenay    -    B. C.
C0leTto
iloi
1 aiior
to serve ovster .tippers after   12.
11, m. till things look up some.
Launch "Leila" and ships company took the Comox ladies   on
trip In I'nion Bay   last   week.    A
mosl enjoyable time was spent.
Card of Thanks
, 1 having   regard
I which I shall then
lilted the ,'".'i di
f. M. i.KI'I'N'SI
Hex 351, Xanana'
In the  County   Court of  Na-
Mrs. W. G. Harwood, and family, desire to express their sincere thanks to
their many friends and the public for
their tunny nets pi kindness nnd sympathy in I'oittiectioil with the illness and
Suits
Coats
l'ants
naimo, holden at Nanaimo  v   ���
B.C. losses
1 Ivercoals
In the Mutter nf the Estate ol George
Williams, "l Comox, 11, C, who
died nt New Westminster, II, C, "ii
February "th, 1916, 1111 lit llic Matter nl the Administration Act,
Nobby,
Goodyear,
.    Dunlop
Auto   and   Bicycle   Tires
and  Accessories
Bicycles For Sale
THE FORD GARAGE
Phone L46 Courtenay
lentil ol  ei   brother,   the late George  XT OTICE is hereby  given that   un
Howe Of Hornby island, ; IN     an order granted   hy   Iiis   Ho
r
at
J
Ladies and Gents Suits
Made-To-Order
Suits $27 up        Pants $7 up
1
Pressing
.    ;; .. .-
.."0      1
.25       Pauls
,2."       Skirls
.l.i      Vests
,'fl       I ires 1.7*1
,7."      Overcoats 1.25
Repait tig, El
Genl   clothes kept hi
it 01 111 *_
Haney   I.  Kushida
The same ' iiildinn ns  Rol -1 tson    :
Stiif-, Uuiou St., Coutti it.,
    judge Barker dated 22-id  day of   March
*"~" "   "il. ihe   undersigned,  wns  appointed nd*
I    _i__/-._���_,..,/->���.,_. ���r   \/__   nilnlstrator  nl the   Estate ol   the above
n the County Court ot   Van- 0e_rgc Wiiltams.   All parties having
couver, holden at Vancou-lehiinisiigiiiiist the said  Bs'ateJ are requested iu forward particulars  to me on
or before to .nth dav of July, 1916.
Also accounts due the above Estate are
to he paid lorthwith to the undersigned,
Dated nt Cumberland, ll, C., this 20tlt
ver, B. C.
To Margaret Kepner, of Courtenay,B.C.
TAKE   NOTICE   that  11  Plaint   has ' ,-���-'of June, 1916
been entered  inula  suinnious is- 	
sued against yon in the above County
Court bv Johnston Hrothers Limited, of
Vancouver (or the sum o5 S109.00 for
t.ie amount of Hills of Exchange and interest dishonored and all Order has been
made that the publication of a Notice of
the entry of such Plaint 111 a newspaper
circulating i�� the district of Courtenay
shall be deemed to be good and sufficient service of the summons  upon you.
YOU arc required to enter 11 Dispute
Note within Twenty lays from the
date of tbe last publication of this Notice at the Registrar's Office at Vancouver, B. C, nnd if you do not so enter
such Dispute Note Judgement may be
signed against you and tlie Plaintiff may
proceed to execution.
Dated this 2"th day of May, 1916.
A. B. POTTENGRK,
Registrar.
Vancouver, June 2, 1916.
WESLEY WIU.ARD.
Official Administrate
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
S and and Gravel
R in    '. 0 liable
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
AU Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B.  LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder COURTENAY THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. C
A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY 10 CENTS PER PLUG
URSULA'S
HUSBAND
BV
FLORENCE   WARDEN
IIW, -,��,' <l�� Co,, l.intled
TORONTO
I 'lily I,, which ho hnd Irenled tier
t ha i given luni I ho oppoi tunily "1
I liow m;; a remorse so ti ndi r, a hu-
, utility   mi   profound,   that   she  could
nol hut  feel her hold tt|  him tn he
strong, nnd she said In herself, in (he
innocei f   her   heart,   that   if   lie
v. i ���  ri nil       lhe  unworthy   fellow  ho
had  su ut', n declined  himself l,, I e.
he   was   ci rlainly   open   In   good   lll-
J llitcnccs.
\\ ilh   all   ihe  Fervour ot  her  ���* ire
I -"id  she prayed thai the-,   inlhieticos
. ne 'hi   I."   hroilghl   In   I- nr,   tin,,n 'li
I her own modest  inslriuni ntalitj, und
Unit   the   man   vim   seemed   sii   con*
eious el his own unworthiiii ss might
el   he
'did   Ve
vour hriither
off'"
"iih, in.." she said. "I didn't "ait
for thai. I thought v.ni vi.nil hi' anxious tn have these things back, so I
got Ihem and eaine mviiv ivith ihem
at   once."
1'aul tool; the parcel trom hor,
opened it. and placed lh" leathci
ensea lovingly upon th" table.
"Dear "Id things:" said li". nposll'o.
phising affectionately a nccklaco ol
diamonds, pearl t an t i meralds in an
"I'l-ta-hmni d ��� lling, "I suppose you
v ill Hui.k my tustu alrocious, hut I
the*e  barbaric ornaments  !��� tt
(Continued
'���""- "i   '"*' ""ii   in' '.*'.' r-.-   ine'in ,. .     .
"'ne-   th-   pa,.-,".,,,    she    already  I1"111   nl    ���""!''. ,' ""     datmum-set
���ulil net help considering Im,.. 'lutmonds   winch to mc  have a ways
,      ,,                                                                     'a   ilea.I.  dill      OOk. SltppOSQ   It s   he-
In   the   im-anlim    *	
was clouding ler mind.
"s k hen-." said Paul, "if you like,
I'll pot them away till wo come back
to Paris on mir way back to litiglund."
She raised her Ilea,I and looked
straight  in  his  fnce.
"1'ul ili-iii a win ? Where?" she
asked.
It seemed In him Dial -lie was suspicious again. He waved hi.* hand
impatiently.
"i'h I could get litem locked up al
a   haul' r's   snld   ll".
Iiuclv  Urstiln shook Ik r hen
him   \i itli  i ties  id,     "hale    you    got
lln'iu   with yoilr"
".No. Not yet. I'11 ..--plain."
They said nothing io this, but Pan!
guessed    from    the    expressive    and
gloomy (dm -. which the other tv.
e.teliaiigcd, that  ho was going to tale,
a plunge into difficulties.
When they ware all together in lli*
plc'isunl second floor bedroom, with
the Vint, r altei noon sun .beaming
through (he window, Paul took a seal
which faced Ihem both, and said -
���|  waul  in mako n tresh    bnrgnitt
"No"   -he   said   siiftly,   "we'll   keep   wilh yuu two fellows.    I  waul, ymi i-
Hu,,,   with  us,   Paul    'l  di.n't  really I let mo hang on to all the stuff wo gol
I   well, I'd I
mind tl
rather,
ihillti
\n nn
.'ind eanie tn ii certuin
husband  has nu  right  t" Ihese 'in
can't yon at least   see that  it  is lor i elusion.
your friends th" police, and nol for Not ler one moment uiil sho -lis-
you; to inlorfero in lhe matter; II peel thnl they were other than Ihi
they think my husband is in posses- family treasures of lho Payno fnm*
sum "i property to which ho has no ily, some in their original state, ami
right, whnl can be simpler than for others reset, ns Paul had staled,
tin iu to arrest him, and to charge him Not tor onu moment, either, did
openly, she  doubl   the   story    told   by   her
Lord bustling knew lhal the ren- brother, thnl ho was anxious to show
.-���"iis given tiv l.'i-ii.iiii.. wero quite
strong and sufficient, bul they would
ina have had any el'fi el. upon Ins
sister's blinded eyes. The ease lor
the police was thnl Paul Payne was
a rascal too clever for tie in to gel in-
hi! tun in- n showed limit id once
.,,,., ,, Paul wa- taken aback.    Nut having      "Ily  -1"'"'.    1   II gill    there    wns
use |' remember these gaudy things! been presenl nl tlie interview between   something  in  the   wind:"  exclniincd
und the nock and mi the dress bf|the brother and sister, he could nol   llrtidy (lane, ihmvluff his yellow tooth
my grandmother.
'"'���    "s   - - i    .. ���    . : '.    li-;--
t-unie,   loin   you are unrens hh . , "y     any   mean*  n   tool,   she  thought   round  the  llcck  and  on  the dress of the  brother and  sister,  he could  no
li.-h as '���'"' ihis mysterious quesl t  the  ,nv grnndmother " fell exactly whnl had passed between      ' \nd  ��� answer is quite ready anil
1    Lady  Ursula was wnlehiiig, nol the | them, and' ho could  not bul  suspect  nl  your service, my  lord," said  Will
jewels' bul   her  husband.       Perhaps, Hfjil lhe noison of suspicion had I u   Kvans  in  a  snarling  ti   "It's  no,
loyal as she was. all these jewels, tuts instilled int.. his wife's mind hv I.ord   everlnsling no.   So go back and fetel
chase from Ihc country to tho other, '���-���'-��� Iin.- to an extent  wliicli made it  lhe swag, and  )������ quick  aboul  it. oi
the tales .-he had jn.-t 'heard, the new dungcroiis i" insist  upon Inking    lhe   we'll find a way lo make you." t
lighl iu which sho had seen Paul thai jewellery nwn.v from her ngiiinst   In    '
morning,  had all combined  to im.i" will.
(To h.  Cotittnuoii;
iin'i oni':.   nan   ail   eoiniijnen   in   imihe    ".".  ���-������	
her. al the bottom of her heart. lae-j    Probably Lord Ensiling had warned      if there is a farmer anywhere whf
ie Iv suspicious and ill at ease. her that il would be taken tiwny, nnd fools Hint  he is not doing its well in
i', :... ... .-        ,     1....I -....    ,1   1    1. .1. ,      .11 , , .     ., , ,���'        , .-   ,
,     lie   W'l-lleil   to   Milium   llle   lew, IS,
"l would much rather enclure tltat      ���.'���-_.���,_    glia   ,,,,,u,,|   lo   }icrself,
tlla��   ' -tM,n'ent   "' I should the police go lo work in such
a roundabout  way. in dealing with n
man whom they suspected of being a
ficrijitiuu   Try II ill jour Eyes
Give" Yon .'(-oiiiiU-,.
Iter innocent  blue eyes were fixed ! bad "lropured her lo look upon its dis- , | nght, lln re is hope for lum il I
the jew,-Is tn s, nne vim had made   upon  him,  her lips we're  purled, and   appearance with distrust. j will eel rid of the notion that fate hn��
Iiini  believe  that  Ihere  was a doubl   ii. wa* easy to read upon her counteii-      r'ei how was. In- to satisfy In- i -   n in for him.
about   Paul's honesty, ami  his rlghl   mice the varying thoughts that   rose  '''derates,   "'">  "ere ehunntiring    tori ^	
to possess Ihem. in h.-r mind as she looked at her bus-  Iheir -hi I this, lite I y obtain    ���
l.iiilv   I tsuhi,   however,   who   was    hand. ed by Iheir lalest raid, unless he could     rji/-j,   CA'-i/B"*'   r,"4/*Cfi_'
older "tl    l..,r,l   liastlnifi,  and   who      And  he,  being    irtrinilely    cleverer  carry  the jewels  lu  Ihem  that  after-      g\f   $)/\ V El   Hi �� ___���_>
looked   upon   him   as   scarcely   mere   than she, knew exactly what was pass-  noon, as he had arranged to do?       |
���",,,     wouldn'l   like   tlieiu    tn   do   tJ,nn ;l hoy and easy t" iniluence, did   ing in her mind, and recognized lln :    Paul  wa-  in a dilemma, j Is the Object of This Free Pre
,,   ,    ���  .'m .   ,,-���'    ,, , ���',. ,, ������-,.,,. ���   nol  believe that  it  wns a real repic-   t ssity  of  caution  in   bis  dealings      Meanwhile bad-     Ursula    gathered
'.,,',.��� '' senlativo of  tlm   I Ion   polic,   Hint Will, her. "     the ease.- together, and look them in*
' he wished to submit the jewels. His intentions had been In lake the  hi ihe adjoining room where she lock-,
"    jewels awav  from  her   with  the ex-   ed Ihem awuj in a bng.   He could see      .,��� , ���     .
,.,, ., ' , -i . ��� t, ,i-   it,   .,   i. il,    ..   ,,,,���      rn,      ....       Thousands   of   people   rnffer   from   *ye
ception  of  one  or  Iwo  ul   lhe  most  lei. thiough lln  aperture of the open   troubles because they do not know wiiii
modest  oriiameiits   and  l'. dispose of   door, bestowing Ihem inside tie- lurge   lo <)���>.   They Know some good home reni-
..   them in his own wav. on pretence of  dressing-case    wiih    scrupulous care,   oily tor evory oilier minor ailment, 'but
,       uldu't I,    .lad of the  jewel Ihief? putting .I,,-,,   safe  pi     Now  "nd  opening each case, one hy  one,   S {fJXe'caZ Vh^t^wThT.lo'.^RlS!
opporlunitv "I  clearing away all su-      she could nol know, poor, innocent   ho began to wonder whether she would   before putting it awtiy. elent tu drive thetn to an eye specialist,
pieiou,  hy a!!"" ne;  lh"  | "'lice to  in- i lady, the full extent of Ie r confidences j suffer this, or whet Inr Iheir disappear*!    Decidedly, in the slate of doubt and   J"1'0 would, anyway, ������;���:.:;:,, tii,.m a heavy
.-pee)  the jewels;-" bet'wt "ii Ihe detective and Lord Hast-  nnce would  rouse fresh doubt  in her  mystery which had  been created    by   r,'rTt'tclano.-aio tia live and ten-cent store!
I,ady   l r.-iiln   grow   pal,   Khc   was  ling, tho nuliiro of the communieatioii | mind. Hie evenls of the nasi  f
I which  existed   of   being  cautions   m
dealing  with  a  man  nf such |
eh  even  you  have i
aid   i.ailv   Ursula.
leelmg   acutely   Die   aspersions   ci
upon   th-   man    she     Im.I     tnorrii
bravely  as  she   fought   the   light   for I iirtfuiness  as   Paul   Payne,  alias  .-yd
Xomkinson.
iinswi r ai once, hut
id, n sh ��� did it was -.in, decision.
������So, '   -ii-   Saul.      "I   would    n"t.
I.. .,\.-   M:e   police   tn   'in   'heir   own
The conclusion I'- which she came
was that tin jewels were being followed hy persons who knew all about
wi.,']',. Tom, and lei ni" have Uiesc llicir'valuo,. and who were determined
Hum;, hack, they're mine, and I I to leave no stone unturned in their
have  a  ri-lit )"  lht-.ni." I efforts  in obtain   possession  of them.
He hesitated a moment, then shrug-  She thought that   Lord   l-'astling had
ged  hi* shoulders. j been  approached  hy  some man  who
"Ml right," In- -aid. "I'll give Ihem   falsely represented himself as a Scot-
t,,  yen.    Hut   if  you   lind  yourselves I hind   Yard   officer,   lhat   tlm  young
suddenly   i fronted   by   n   couple  of   man had been imposed upon, and u.rg-
punii'd    hv  a  man  ed in '_"t possession of the jewi'
'ticlan ii.' to ii- tin. and ten-cent stnr.��
al oftentimes i'i-'.  glnssea  that they do
There  was  a   pause   during  which   him to dream of him taking the jewels   ""t >������"'. '"' wliicli, otter being used ��  .
ho played   with  the heavy ,,ld  neck-  i-way without Inr knowledge was out hf*,���$s- a�� "ll8*r ">"" moro lll-ul-��
laee. and  I.adv  Ursula  watched  him.   "i  Hi" question. '  litre la a slmplo prescription that everj   '
Al, last  ho .-aid��� After watching her fron; the sitting-   one should use;   6 grains Bon-Opto u>-
"I  wonder whether I  was righl  in  room, whistling s y to liini*-.-lf. Paul ; ^u'L':^,:���^S'fthe .yes!'1'�����
refusing your brother permission to made up hi- mind; and when, after pirncrlption and Hie slmplo Bon-Opto
take them tn ICngland ami to lock I taking his wifi for a walk, he brought ' stem keeps the eyes clean, sharpens the
Hmm up: It might have been our her baek*to lite hotel and told her that '"r.;,V"kn.V''I-'uli't'i",',V- "Z'o7"water""'"���'
besl plan, after all. hi hnve ihem in ho bad an appointment in ke-;i that :'������.'::-'.,t, tired ('yes and' oUier "tlmllai
a side place while we are- travelling afternoon, he went away, without the a ihU. aro greatly lien-flted and etten-
bout." "   jewels, to meet- Iiis expectant partners | t}-me* ���'���"'���      '     ' s '->s6-.   Many riports
in crime
l.adv  Ursula bent  forward nis-ilv.
".Miiy   I   take  them   back   to  Tom,
then;-" usked she.
I .-how lii.it  i/enrei's  of rJa"seri have  dia-
I ''.iii'.'.! in.". .'(',���;��� ii few weeks' nee.
They  were     wailing    for him,  und       it tn i;,.,..i tor {he eyes, and coat-ins ne
i Ihey had in rn mad lo In!,.- him to thc   ' -.���;;!i""'- wblel)  would  Injurei the n osi
���    ..       , ,    ,        ,-    i  ,i     .s.-!ivo eye? of an Infant or Die aired.
.loom they hnd engaged nl an bnglisb-   '.,,���,,.. ,������������ druggist can flll_thls.preserlp-
laid laughed. , .,,,,,   .... , ..,.,,..., .,, ,,,, ,.,,.,,.-,,-. >,,-_,. own or-.i^gisi can mi mm
.      i     ov  a   imin   ui i i possession oi urn jewels   so      "No," he said.  "\i,i  after  what  he   American boarding-house, as the bestjtlon, nr the Valmas Prug Co. nf Toronto
from  Scotland   Jnr.1,   temenher  that   thai he might be dispossessed of then,   -aid  to nie  las,  night, .'all  il  ens-  place for ,. quid  talk  and share-out \l������* ^ >��?J*r ��?%*eoym&X
I could have saved yon fron  the  on  the  imirm.v  home.                           sedness U  you  will   lun I  don t  feel   of the spoils.                                         ���   A _.o.i|...lt r;i,, ,..���,,...,��� ,.,���,���_, t,,..Wn ���.,.,.
Kean.'lilJ   and   Immilintiiiii   "1   sii"h   a       In the meantime I.ord  batli'," was   iiieiiiie.l  te do anything vour brother       taut   wenl   wttb   lliitn   to  tlie  room,   wt_ Birtimined, w*J:   "l)oi)*0��to In a very ftmB*.Bbt<
���-.,,,,  ....   ,,    ,1,."' l.'ivimi- t.i.Mene tilt  tl,,,-   ,,,.,,, .1.,,t   J,,   remody.  It. ronoU'utmt lriip*edl_*U ure well known U
want,-   llii*   In  iin. saiini      i.    in j eInjHenteyeB*if__tili w cf wMilj Br_)ctib��(j by Ihem.
\i-it. it you had let me have .ny I a prey to the most anxious misgiv-
wa.v." "i"s.     lie  was conscious thut  he had
I',,,,Ie i i-id-i "i* nut  proof a'sainst   done tho onlj thing possible, in liancl-
il ninesti  of bei  brother's tone,  ing back llm jewels when they w��rc
aim t-it unpleasantly sure that he demanded by ids sister; hut he could
holieved what he -aid. Al tl"' same nol help Ihinking it a suspicious eir-
tim.e .Im -tuiii'iiinly persisted in j not help Ihinking it a suspicious eir-
Inistins  her husband. cumstnnco  that   Paul  hnd  left  it  to
Ai lasl, wilh a bltle Inugli "f relief, as one who has discovered a way
out  .a  her ililfi.ailiies.  .-Im  looked lll-
ti,  In.  li  and   -ail:
"Uook here, loin. I ve found a
way ""I- If you '''ill lei me luko
the' tlnn - I-- !. now J will promise
vou ;hi.-: Pint ii you bring a policeman with you ti. .-" lli'-.-e jewels, I
w ill show Uniil nub ���'���iialim.'ly. I
promise, and you kilo . I ulwaj s
keep mv word."
I,,,id l'astling nod led. lie had lo
he content with Hint, im' he recogu-
ni/.ed the fuel that Ie- was im longer
within In* ii'- hi- "i ''air;- ins- "It lhe
jewellery when it- owner demanded
the return o| it.
Ni ... rtie t������ - a- I -��� ai" it up t-i
her, and pui ler inin a lincre and
i,.-,i,, lier good-bye. I fell ii sinister
I i ittiii in Un' tbey "ere only al
ti, ,, inning nl llu ir ivoubli s iver
tlie  Pnyn
\ml   w In   ha I   nol   l' nil   Payne.  In
tl,-   en,   ci -i -  ne      of   his  rtgltli
nml  of ! li.niitioii nl   In'  'nmh
.1-1 Illll     '        I'tlOll,     Hot     -    -lie     tlllll      il
V itli    Ie lllltl.l    lh"    IT -'I'H
tlnn   "I   'I'
��� itii'i i i:   \ III
I ,  ���   -    not quit    ;.    free
(I'Ol                                 -i ,.,-,, I       \ ���      ||'
��� '   i Ii  i..    '    r
l.i       - i                . ' ���".   loi her,     he
v ,���    ,       '            ,   a.    ; ITtey weri
doit   '      f Pi'iiiI     H       id ti idot'lhledly
Hi        11 ! -,;     Is r      ll,   -
ti ��� enl ;:,,, i.i"ining,
foi    lie    i-'" ,  play   ������[   brut*
f*S,-i��-', Bfltn* Qrai��ulafed Eyelids,
k3U I C : '''"��� ihfltuned hv tspo. ,
���ure to Sun, Dssland Wind   luinnb'*  i��� p.,,, tlm nppetiruncn "t Inn
his wife to gel tin in hack, instead ol
accompanying her nnd expressing bis
indignation at his brother-in-law's behaviour.
Surely ihis excessive modesty augured guilt!
Hut. mi the other hand, I.ord Ensiling was afraid uf Paul, and recogtli'-
in^' iu his brother-in-law a brain superior in his own, v as diffident of another meeting v. ilh him. lie even led
some resentment sguinsl Redding tor
having encouraged him to follow his
sister and her husband, since Im was
so ill-equipped t > do battle with tin.
artful  Paul.
\\ hat in,.I he gained hy his journey? Duly ihe knowledge 'hat I"
laid pui in- sister on her guard,
I'.raiel., as l.:i')\ I'rMihi had ihnn' bailie (or her husband, she knew, at
least, that tin re were itori 'S nboul
him, nnd, though "ne protested In i
n list,    h ���   hi  im \ itnbly  )���" more
I- ady ti, Inid oil) the truth ubOUl ll'm
Ihan . In- had  been  before,
Pi i haps I'uul veil! I plovc I" I"' inli". -i nl  .a   t!,    -mi   thin; -   ol  which
i ��� eh i ui)   ' use   I. ud
I'.nstlit hid   thnl   ho   had   nol
." :��� d '., hi ���; let Ilml In r hus-
h unl   ,��� as kl        I  I"   any nth  r uaun .
\\ , : pi I. - Hint ll' 'liln, [Illl'l
o - II   nm tIIl.i II?    II-  Imp d   so.
In He   in- milium  |,nd)   Ursula  had
ri uehi -I '! ,   I.,.', !, nnd | uing iipslnii ���
���' in e- -ia. found I'md   ilting
in uu nllilmli; ..,  llu   ie" i  prol'uiind
 -' i n, , ilh In- body in m hair
and In- I". : up in nnollu r, a cigar
m I,,- m-it;'!i .-,'"1 a I I- neh newspnp r
in Im-  hand.
.'-!.'   was   inleiisely   relieved  In  see
how   i leerned   lie   I '"led:   and   nl
-Im   is isr   gin .-.'���,I   lhal,   hv
A  shadow crossed  her face, and    it   together,     evcepl    Ihese    few    words   ltcanlMoMir_��j	
was   plain   thai   once  again   suspicion   which   he   lllteri I   when   liny  tts-sniled . band <or regular v~e Inr.
. (nml <lrot-_l��t ��tid Ib tine ul
i- 1 I. ei Blwald lo kcrt os
,i-.' r t  irr fwudy,"
v&*m
.~-i.UKHl> *
���i*lj>m��p>
��� 'lllU__JB >
.', _e*0**l
-_ni..
ll*U__U|
Model D45.   40-*15 Horss Power
e.w- -��*���� *'ricc S1'420' F-O.B. Oshawa.
t.'.fe Remember this���Power is the thin- which makes or mars
motoring pleasure and satisfaction, Other things may
have a stronger appeal to the inexperienced eye, but eventually all motorists discover that power is the great essential.
And remember this���You can't have sufficient power
in your motor ear unless the motor is of the Valve -in-Head
KjsgSS type.    Racing drivers, almost to ;t man, use ears  with
���*^re__t Valve-in-Hcad motors.   They know from years of cxperi-
-_-k*T-
.SlUlll.!*.   .
_h* *&/40-_2 ���!li'c'''ly relieved by HurhlB I jlncre iu the -treel, he ha I been pre
___* y ''i'Ji_j) t)sRctnody. NoSmirtinj, j ing up and down llu  room like tt new
tl "  in.i   i'.vc Comfort,   At   1)   caged  Iii   i,
inin l!ri'i;in'! 'ii,- |-er Kottl--. Murine l:.v�� j    lie Iniii. ; and pui hi* papei i n
fnlveinTube��25c. ForDooliollheE-'tFrc.a-k   as his nil lered Ihe room, and he
Druggius oi MurineF.yeScactly Co.,Chicane   tippi tired  not  ,, nolle!   lhe   oddly*
: *'liuped  parcel  which sho  was carry-
im,     * for iniiking   ii lifieial i ilk ( nig.
v.; tiled, ��� ore nearly i"-,    "Well, my dear," he -aid ns he vose
tern I       pun    ilk in llian any   lazily   troth   his  filiuir,  and   went   to
n ii '     in(ii*l      ho   h en invented
)���'.  a Jajiuii"        II        ,     chrysalis ml
an I   i,;" Ij  I'l'y   i   lltlli .-.���   dl)   "' ���  .1    -,i
l: prop  , I ilvi : '    The fibl     is ni" h.eed
in  the  i  i';,   , by   forcing    lho j __U-i**
liq ild Ihroi   li  initutte holes
encc that you absolutely cannot get: sufficient power from
any except a Valvc-in Head motor,
p^j Finally, remember this���"McLaughlin" motor cars
^r.^t-/' always have had Valve-in I-Iead motors, and developed to
-*_"���-���;__1 ,i.     l.i   i.     . ��� ..      .'     ,*.*   ���   . .       ,, .:..    i   : ...   ...   i  ���)
��� 4i'i-,raihi>
_��*_-.'
m
���y.__.
" 1. .ci .1
the highest point ot' efficiency yet attained in automobile
engineering.
���������,:,-    ^?rjryVPo\\er!   Valve-in-Head!   McLaujrhlini
^'^^^^^^^^.^������,,., u'nils   "vhiMi   buying   a   m-.u.r
car.
Write for  fieo   booklet,   "Fan i   Life
and Liberty."
':<���&'"
Catalogue Ira ov. request.
^pr |l_   JU*" "T'Jl'W* "����� Bmt,
12 B.**nche3 Throughout Canada
Plumbago is ihe mosl. Important I'ho annual loss from hog cholera In "Tho time, tho place and tlle girl
mineral product of Ceylon, which has Iho United tiltitefl is estimated at ara seldom found together." "Thai
about 1,000 mines,     ' !ji���_,5QO,000, alludes to tho hired, girl nil right."
W.    N.    U.     Ii03 THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY;   B. t.
Qa
-_rf_ttf-MM-MMtt
The Army of
Constipation
U Growing Smaller Every Daf.
���CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS nre
-r.poniiblc ���they
���Ally give relief
icy pennanrn.
aire Constlpa*
(wn.    Mi).
Sofia use
.-hem fur
1'lkus* BB^ ^>'.
*.��, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin*
(mail Pill, Small Dose, Small Price,
Genuine must bear Signature
/&s**j%����v��
  _*..���_,
is sold t,y tlriigRlsUi everywhere ..t Sl
bottle, 0 bottles for K. Oct n free copy o"
mir bue_,'A Treatise on lhe Horse"at your
druggist's or write ns, 105
Dr. fl. J.KEND/IU, CO., Kaosburn Falls, Vt.
"_H_S_M-________r_r_____a_B_J     ""
foreigner���"��ou lingltsh are very
lentimontal, don't yuu think:-"
ISnglishman���"Oil very, whenever
.here's an accident and forty or i'ifty
A us get kilied, wo talk about it for
tally a week after."
Had ship's anchor fall on my kn
and leg, und knee swelled up nnd for I
six days I could   not   move it or get.
help.   1 then started lo us i MINAHU'S
UNIMENT and two bottles cured me.
PROSPER FERGUSON.
Rubber flower.- hnve been invented
;t> ho worn on women's bnthing.suits.
Miller's Worm Powders never fail.
I'hey immediately attack tho worms
end expel them from the sj-stem. They
aro complete in themselves, not only
as a worm destroyer, but as a highly
beneficial medicine for children, correcting weak digestion nnd restoring
liie debilitated system I" healthful-
aess, without which tho growth of the
child will be retarded and its con-
s'.itution weakened.
"Spring i.i a delightful senson, isn't
It?" suid the optimist. "It used to
be," retorted the pessimist.
Miiiard.    Liniment    Lumberman's
Friend.
Wireless telephones are baing used
lucccsstully in an English coal mine
"He who lias health
lias hope,
And he v, ho has hope
has everything."
(Arabian Proverb)
Sound health is largely
a matter of proper loud ���
which must include fir-
tain mineral elements best
derived from the field
grains, bul lacking in
many foods.
Grape-Nuts
made of whole wheat nnd
malted barley, supplies all
the rich nourishment of
the grains, including their
vital mineral salts���phosphate of potash, etc., most
necessary for building and
and energizing lhe mental and physicial forces.
"There's a Reason"
���Sold by Grocers
l'Blmtli.,11 POSItim C leal Co., I,ld ,
Windsor, om.
I    "A Matter of Opinion"
Attractive    Booklet     Issued    by    Iho
Canadian Forestry Association
The aggressive cducalioi al campaign
nf the Canadian [forestry  Association
in the cause nf fore ���: cons rval  has
been    supple nle.I   hv  a   new    issue
called \\ Matter of Opinion.' The book-
let is an attractive one and strikes at
the subject of foresi guarding front a
unique angle. Seven ��� harncters are
introduced Settler, Camper, Hanker,
Railway .Man. Power Ungineer, l'iru
Ranger, and ..Tax I'ayei each lolling
his personal story of the u I for living forests and the increasing nienact
of burned wasted forests. The hook-
let inAkcs easy reading and a mass
of information is packed into the -I
, pages. Copies may bo had free hy
addressing   llic   A-"- iciation's   Office, |
| Booth  Uuilding, Olltnvn.
Keep    Mi nerd's    Liniment    In    the
house.
Clearing actuated by a handle foa*
hk'-J'bm ' mi, , -i n ,-, in,,. I.!   ;. . I. i,   wrung
��S|g( in,    liaii'l.
THIN-BLOODED PEOPLE
(Hi.n Become Seriously 111 Before They Realize it
Some people have a tendency lo he-
come thlli-bl led pi 1 as others have
au inherit, d ti tidency lo rheumatism
or iiervoii - disorders.   'I ho condition
in  which ihe hi I  becomes bo thin
that the whole body i ui'l'i rs comes on
so gradually lhal nnvotu ���:��� i'ii n natural disposition in thai direi tion should
watch lhe symptoms carefully. lllood-
iessness enn be corrected more easily
in the earlier stages than later, 11
begins with a. tir d fei ling that resl
dots not overcome, the complexion
becomes pal \ slight exertion produces
breathlesst s   and    headaches   and
backaches frequently follow, lu the
treatment of troubles due to thin blood
no other medicine has bad such a
great success as Pr. Williams' Pink
Pills. 'I'hey go right 1" tho root of
the trouble, make rich, red blood, Urns
restoring the weakened system to
health and strength. Mr. R, I-'. Ash-
ford, Peterboro, Ont-., says: "Four
years ago my condition becamo so
serious that it seemed to me I possessed every pain and ache and every
morbid feeling possible. For months
I Inid been overworked, ami bereavement added the last straw necessaty
to break down my constitution, I had
a severe ever-present, headache and
pains in the back of the eyes, and al
the same time I was si Idem free from
severe neuralgic pains. I was raAly
hungry, and when I was it see,ned
to create a morbidness which made
my other ills harder I" bear. Of course
1 consulted a doctor, and he lold me
ti rest and change of air, just lhe
thing 1 was unable in the circumstances to take. I had a particularly
bad spell on thc day my daughter returned from college, and she insisted
thai I slu aid Ink'! Dr. William.-.' Pink
Pills. I was decidedly skeptical, hut
she c.ol some and to plea.-r her I look
lli.-iu. The resit I (--After tho first box
f was compelled to admit that I really
did feel hitler. Afler the second box
I ungrudgingly admitted that thoy
were doing mo good, and after the
sixth box I felt free from every ache
nial pain end in gratitudo f began
In praise the pills to others. I am
feeling as fit as 1 did twenty years ago
and I owe i! I" Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills."
Vou can get these pills from any
medicine di aler or by mail at 50 cents
a box or six boxc3 for $2,50 from The
Dr. Williams' Modielio Co., Brook*
villi-, Ont.
Pass the H.it
A couple of Chinese  wero induced
by a mission worker to attend Sunday
school.   The teacher pu.scd u collection box.
For several Sundays the Chinamen
[contributed their nickels.   At last one
of them looked up when the box again
eaine  his   way   and   nsked:   "W'liut-it
mailer     Cud bloke ulleo time?"
Collecting Wa-ilc Paper
Co-operation   Necessary  lor  Succssiul
Results
S'..-_.3s Kidney Yro-iiiio
The article    in    Coiiservalioii    for
March mi "Saving Waste Pnper" has
oroused considerable inli rest Ihrou :
out t 'annd.'i.  Many letter ��� bin ���   h en
received asking for information as to
methods of collection and dispo al
Wasle paper i.- a commodity "f very
I low value, and collecting and shipping
' charges reduce  very materially    tho
final   returns  from  sain".    To  reduce    relict, has foiu
I the expense oT gathering to tin   mini-
! t i.  the  pap..,- should   tie  collected       *istf"il^
through  co-operation of those  interested or by  local    philanthropic    or
���hailiable    organizations.      -\   headquarters   should   be  established,    or
collection  boxes    distributed,    where
: th" paper may lie left,   For shipping.
I the  pap' r  should  be  put   into   hah-1.
! for wliicli a baling press i- ni ei   Miry,
I There are many type- of press on the
1 market .several al moderate prices.
Mississippi Hospitality j    To secure tho   minimum    shipping
A committee waited upon it fino old | charges ;t is essential lhal -1. i j tits
gentleman of  Mississippi  with refer-  be made in ear lots, as the less than
������ii'" in a project to build u hotel in
his town.
'"I here is no need of a hotel in oi
ear lot rate is much higher   t'suolly
tin' paper must  be shipped  to con-
iderahln   distances lo iho   mill   or
city," was his conclusive statement, dealer and adjoining municipalities
"When respectable people conic here might ,il necessary, co-operate in
they may slay al  my house,    if they   malting up ear lots.
ire not respectable we do not wan*
lh. Ill   here  111   all."
Calls Them One of
Apart from the monetary return
for saving this wasted material, there
is tho further incentive of assisting lo
reduco the demand upon the forests
of Canada to supply new material for
v it      " T��       At'" "      the  ever increasing  requirements of
Her best rriends the papcr-maun. industry.
There's nn use putting" on liniments and
plasters to cure that ai lie in j our hiji i back
- tin- trouble is inside. Vour kidneys arc out
ol order. GIN I'i I I "*��� go right to tl ��� i... ���
oi tho backache and heal mid reg-ulate thu
kidney and bladder action.     Ihen t
relief, permanent relit i .
Many ;�� man and woman who has been
doubled up with ���-'' i ��� tii , i. ������    ,   i     |.���
having1 to stop work and lie down to pet a little
ew health and c< inforl in
PORTHS& KIDNEY5
Two boxes i ompletelyi ured Arnold Mi Askell,
of Lower Selma, N.S,   "I have net  r had any
trouble with my i1 ick sin e,' he saj -.
If you have a lame bii ���    i    any t\frt\ i t
Kidney troul I     pel GIN I'ILLS!    layi
start the cure working'.   50-.. a box*. tl   ���-.
for $ t. -in   and ev< i y bi        .... i���   . e
salt.-;.at ti 'u or your nione_ ba** ������    I       treat-*
National Drug & Chemical
Co. of Canada, Limited
Toronto      -      Ont. 13
Wonderful lor the Bleed
DAME     BELANGER     TALKS     OF;
DODD'S KIDNEY PiLLS.
Tolls How They Cured  Her Rhcuma-! c*ir"s Sallow Skin, Headache, Langottr
and Tiredness
V1111 don't need to lie liil.l  Imw you
feel,���blue, sorl  of siekish, poor np-
tisru   and   Made   Her   so Well She
Could Work Without Fatigue.
���St. Amateur, Gloucester ('".. N. D.  petite, vague pains, tired in the nion
(Special.)���Curfid of rheumatism, from hig.    'l his  condition   is  common   at   th-N-w-trench ntnn.tr, n i n.i nj
whicl
lie lias
vero sufferer.: llii.-i season,
THERAPION
|C   ,- IJ   I   W.J
name Pierre lielaie-'er,    well   known     Fortunately there is prom pi relief in   iisiuiicccm. cuum cimom �� ���  ���
ami highly respected hero, is telling Dr. Hamilton's I'ills wliicli  immeu'i-1 f,,""1'.;!,"���'.",'"',',"",' i ! '
1 .. -       ,'    . 1 ,,,,���', ���' , ,-��.,,*   1 e .1 -     11 I filbs   p.nnm no e,.i ���. i.., *, ".ir Sl  r -r 1 ,: ri
her friends that Docld s Kidney Jills i ately relieve the system ol nil poisons, rouoenAco w be-kuan ,r mm loxort. ���   ���
*      0    WRITE I'OR m_- I :    '��   Ll        ._**
I .,,,;l' ,li -.,.,,,,.,,,.,In,'.;,,..   .,,.,��. ..- TOfll.siu    WRITE EOR PltSC I 10 DR   L.E Cl.
.111,1 ttiseaso-piofiuemg mattci. Me..<* huvbestocerd .iiaih>.iud,i.      . >
one'    Thousands have been so utterly tie.I tBtmwoR<oiEiT��sT��LEM)EOR_ot ,, , [c i
IHO.
uu
have made her well
"I consider Dodd's Kidney Tills one |    inousanas nave Deen so ut     , �����-..,._-..-  _,_-..,-.,.,
of the bestiriends I have,'-' Dame Be*  pressed, bo worn out as to bo ties.   THERAPION '
pmtilent. hut Dr. Hamilton's Pills al-1 ���"�� '�������� i
ways cured Ihem. "lean speak **"""""
feelingly on the power of Dr. Ham-  "
ilton's Pills," writes ('. T. Foaruian, of Something in Th.t
Kingston,     "Last,   spring   my.blood |    "Why do you fecit rvei    I  .   p irhn
langor slates. "I had rheumatism and
the pains in my limb.-; caused me tt
great deal of suffering.
"1 look six boxes of Dodd's Kidney
fills, and they made ine well. My
pains are all gone, nml I enn now
work without being fatigued, f will
always keep Doiid's Kidney Tills in
the hollSi
was thin and weak, I was terribly run comes along?     Tl.
down,    had  awful    headaches and a I work for you."
gnawing,   empty   feeling   about my     "No,""said the wife, "I   I
stomach, 1 couldn't sleep or work nn-  a satisfaction to mc I    ���
Dodd's Kidney fills   cure rhcuma-1 till I used Dr. Hamilton's Pills,   they I a  meal   without  find    ;  fault
ti.-in because it is caused by sick kid-  did   nm a world   of good."     At all  tho cooldus."
neys.   Eheumatism is caused by uric dealers in "ae. boxes. j ���	
acid in the blood,   tithe kidneys are   |    The growing of even a f <
healthy  and  doing  their  full    work     One cold day a fat    and    pompous  by twice as many i  opl   n
they strain all the uric acid out of the hutlor entered the drawing-room. "Did etablo    gardens    at    presenl j
l.Iii'iil, and there can bo no rheumatism. Dodd's Kidney Pills always
make the kidneys well. They take
away that, tired feeling by ensuring
pure blood and good circulation,
Requisite on the farm.���Every farmer and stock-raiser slu uld keep n
supply of Ur, Thomas' lileclric Oil
on hand, nol only ns n ready remedy
for ills In tho family, bul because it
Is a home and onttle medicine of greal
potency, As a substitute for sweet
ml fur horses and entile affected by
iiilie it fur surpass.,: anything that
enn be administered,
Pulp thai cost $40 per ton In Great
Britain bus, owing to the embargo by
the Stve.itsh (Jovernmenl ngninst it's
exportation to London, England, new
| fetches $125 per ton, An authority
|on llu- subject believes that there is
au opportunity iu Canada now for
capturing ti large part of that Swedish I rude.
W.   N.   U.   1108
"What is your idea of harmony in
politics?"
"iStinie ������'.A most oilier people in my
line n[ activity," answered the robust
alderman, "Harmony consists in hav.
ing your own way and persuading the
other people tu be resigned lu fate."���
Judge.
According tn a tltitisli scientist
weight for weight, macaroni is ns
valuablo a flesh building food as beef
or niuttuii.
Corns cause much suffering, but
Hollowny's Com Cure offers a speedy,
sure, and satisfactory relief.
An air propelled hydroplane lias
been built in Franco for use ou shul-
low rivers in Africa.
Population increases while land does
not.   The future is with lhe. fnrm.
you ring, madam?" ho asked. I enormously simplify i
"Yes, Roberts; f wish you to toko noinie problems, mid git   I
Pongo out walking for two hours."        | more thousands of familii * ;r -'
The  butler  frowned  -lightly.  "Hut-moro healthful  vegetable food
Pongo won't follow me, madam," he sidorod in relation to n few far    i s
said this may seem of small intei    ���
'"Then, Roberts, you   must   follow lho cumulative would bo o: .*  tl .. .-
Pongo"" tional importance.
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*��:��� Britain's Greatest Remedy THE COURTENAY REVIEW
To Dye or
Not to Dye
That is the question
I have arranged wiih a leading
Vancouvei firm for till kinds
of dying'aud cleaning work.
Ail) ladies or gentletnens garments or household articles can
be done at   Vnncouver   prices,
THERE'S  NOTHING LIKE
LEATHER
JAMES E. ASl'ON
Practical Shoemaker ami Repair
Next to Hard. & Hiscoe
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B, C.
Ik-si Meals North of Naniamo
i       Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C, A. .Martin,   Prop.
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Fine Showing ol  Horse  Blaukets,   I,��p
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, lite.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
plus express Phone ine and
gel a pike "it any work you
have,
R. Willoughby
The Tailor
Phones 22 and 79X
Next dooi to the  Opcrn   House
ICE CREAM
Parlours
You cannot eat your
take and have it
But you have the satisfaction
of knowing that the ingredients are of the highest
grade when purchasing at the
Courtenay. Customers swear
by, not at, "Purity" Bread for
quality
Palaee Livery
&FeedStabl(
Horses and   Buggies for Hire  _.
Terms cash.
We also attend to wood hauling
JAS.   CAIRNS &   SON
Proprietors
Courtenay Phone 25
 ALL   KINDS  OF���
Soft Drinks,
Ice Cream, Lunches,
Tobaccos and Candies Cakes of al* descriptions made
Cold Lunches, Salads and Sandwiches
on sale at
to order
J. R. Johnston's    Court^ay   PNakery
Marocchi Bldg.      Courtenay
Yotim; I.und follows Pi
and asks !i:r to he his wife,
attacks her us the clock st 1 i
She ins! e. awn\, enters the
GRIEVE and DARGIE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobac cos
"Peg 0' the Ring"
Episodes   1  and 2
LA BELLE, an animal trainer, is secretly married to Dr. Lund,
owner of tlle circus, She is about to become a mother, and
makes an appeal to him to acknowklege lier as his wife, but he
cares for another \v���uian and refuses lier plea. Soon after she is fatally
wounded by a savage leopard and is taken to the hospital where she
dies alter the birth of her daughter, Peg. As the father does not claim
the child it is letl to the care of flip the clown, to be brought up in
the circus. As a dying request she gives Flip a letter in wliicli the
true facts of hei married life are set forth,
Peg is eighteen years old when the story is resumed, after this in-
Ircductiotl. She ia a rider with the circus, and has just become llic
victim ul a stratig. inheritance, Every night at twelve she Hies into a
fury of destruction as savage as the leopard which caused her mother's
death. Ur. Lund, who still owns the circus, has married the other
woman, and her son, the step-son of the doctor has taken his stepfather's name, antl succeeded to iiis practice
line.or Lund gives a party to which he invites some of the members of the circus, Young Dr, Lund is much impressed with Peg, and
though he has only known her an hour, determines to ask her to lie
his wife Mrs. I,und has found an old letter ol La lk-lie's. - She sees
the strong resemblance of l'eg to tlie animal trainer, and speaks ol it
to her husband
X into the graden just before midnight
She is about to consent, when lier mania
ces twelve and sin- tri��s to choke him.
house, and. finding Mis, Luul alone, attacks her savagely. Tiun she flies off into ire garlen. Flip, the
clown has been seeking Iter anxiously, He fens the result of her inheritance, He finds her iu tlie garden in a faint, and cat lies iter to
tin i   iii. jusl iu time to catch the last car.
Vjttng Lund determines lo follow her. His father tries to restrain him, but hi ritshe* off in his auto to intercept the train ut the
junction. He makes a daring leap from the auto lo the train, only io
ne thrown off by the trainmen who refuse to believe that he is the sou
of the owner of the circus.
Tlie second episode opens with Dr, Lund, Jr.. on board the circus ti in eufou'e for the next town, with the uuconscio :s Peg in the
arms of Klip, the clown. About to enter the coaches in search of
Peg, Lund is .seen by some of the ing crew and not r;cogni_ed as the
owner s son, he is lorced off ol the train, despite his urgent attempts
In convince iii in of he* idt itity. Nol to be put off without another
effort in see the strange girl he had asked to marry him l.timl starts
out to walk to the next town
In!'  '    'eg regains consciousness   but is unable to   retnein-
ber inything that has taken place Flip, reali/.ing Peg's strange inheritance, is becoming more anxious and tries to warn her, and
watches her evei more closelv than before,
Ih. I. un 1, -'������', unable to join the circus himselffor fear of his
wife nds ;;- mm, a rough-neck and form t employee ol the circus,
to watch Peg and try to gel lhe letter from Flip, which he is sure will
reveal Peg's identity as his child and cause trouble with his wile.
His wife, recognizing Peg as La Belle's daughter, sends a hired
lime | , '..,���>. her nit of the way, fearing lhat Peg will cheat her son
out of some of his inheritance, Both roughnecks art ive al the circus
at the sa-e time, each ignorant of the other's identity or mission.
Peg and Flip in I ie practise ring Peg wit;; her big white horse ami
Flip watching lie with loving pride, are ignorant of tiie destiny in
store tor them.
In the meantime Dr. Lund, Jr , succeeds in getting to the circus
grounds at the finish of the night's performance and makes another
attempt to see Peg, but meets with the same reception he received in
the morning���the roughneck sent bv Hr. Lund, seeing him, tries to
force him from the grounds. In the meantime the thug sent by Mrs.
Lund succeeds in getting into Peg's room and tries to kidnap her. It
is twelve o'clock, just when the change comes over her. Peg, in a
rage tears the clothes off the man. Her screams reaching young
Lund's ears, he knocks the roughneck down and catches Peg in his
arms in time to forestall the thug. He is about to take Peg out of
the tent when Flip aud the others come in. They ask her what is
wrong and she turns ou Lund and accuses him of trying to kidnap
her���as the episode closes.
McBryde's Bakery &
Tea Rooms
Calhoun Block Courtenay
We win the favor of the  citizens and  soldier boys
because we give value for the money.   Our tea
room is superlative.    The place to get a dainty tea.
Good cakes and brea 1 of quality unsurpassed.
Buy direct from McBryde's Bakery
Remember the address     -     Next the Royal Bank of Canada
Swan's Old Stand, Courtenay
Sutton & Kirkwood
i
Undertakers and i
Embalmers I
Nifiht or Day Calls Promptly       ,  I
Headed \
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Phone   ���' Courtenay    t,\
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Money To Loan
We are open to receive applications
for   Loans on   Improved  Farm
Property   in    the    Comox
District
H. D. FORDE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.
UNION ST. COURTENAY
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Produce More and Save More
Tlie Eivpirc needs food. If you are not in the fighting line you may be in the producing line. Labour
is limited���all the move reason to do more than ever
before
Grew food for the mtn who are figr ting for you.    The Allies need all thc food th
you can produce. Every little helps. You are responsible for your own work. If you
cannot produce as much as you would like, produce all you can. Work with the right
spirit. Put fighting energy into your effort and produce now when it counts. The more
you produce the more you can stave.    Producing nnd saving arc war-service.
Make Your Labour Efficient
In war-time do not waste time and energy ou unimportant and unprofitable work. Economize labour.
Put off unproductive work till after the war, and, if
possible, help in producing something -reeded now.    Let us not waste labour.    Canad,?
needs it all.    If possible help to feed the Allies,   Make your backyard a productive garden.
Cultivate i[ with a will.    Make your labour count for as much .-> i possible.
Do Not Waste Materials
i -
There S.'vmld be no waste in war-tun..- Canada cot'ld
pay thc annilfit interest on her war expenditure out
of what we waste 9h our farms, in our factories, in
our fi&rnes. Every pound of food saved from waste is as "pod as a pound of Increased
producticJSi The way for a nation to save is for every individual to save. France is Strong
to-day became of thrift Itt time of peace. The men and women of Great Britain are not
only " doing " Nit are learning to " do without."
Spend Your Money Wisely
Practise economy in the home by elm/mating luV-nr-
ies. Wasting our dollars here weakens elir strerV-?*h
at the Front.     Ytfu. savings  will help Canada fo
finance the war.   Save your money for the next Dominion War issue.   There car- be no
better investment.
THE  GOVERNMENT  OF CANADA 5
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

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