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Array YOUR PRINTING I
Can not Im done any Letter,   and t
not quite ho   well anywhere   elno t
hereabouts.    Our ty��e ami nmi-hin- |
ery ia complete ami The Review t
in'ioeu .wo ri^Kit *
fHE   REVIEW
RICKSON'S
Gentt'  Furnishings
and Hatters
n
VOL. 6
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY JUNE 20 1918
NO. 29
Saw Mill wr
FOR SALE
including Portable Boiler 46, x 14,  Atlas Engine
9 x  14, 4 good   Head  Blocks  for saw carriage,
Iron saw frame, etc.    Particulars from
GEO. J. HARDY
AUCTIONEER
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
Local Lines
George Ardley has severs
ni.ni with llie Kuril game
Mrs,   I).   Kilpatrick
Vancouver Miis week.
is  visil inn' ;U
.Miss   ('illiirisiiii   lefl   on   Wi dllOSikty
I morning on a visit in Victoria.
1 .1. K. Urquhart is shipping lo-dny a
car load of lank planks in Bal ivla,
Illinois,
Win.  [Jcctli  was  up from    Victoria Royston Fete Day.
I'i  ��� i'.c  ive -1, . lul |
11     Miss Charlotte McQuillan, who has
Walter Crawford of Campbell River   i-eoii vlsltii _; her nioher, has returned
was n  risiiur ii< t', -.iriei.iiv un Sunn-', to New Westminster,
day last.
The 15th rimiiiril celebral.on will be
Messrs.  Houghton  anil  Chase were  held ns usual  in  Campbell  Itlver on
nn  f:oni  Vancouver   over the week-  Dominion     Day.   Bet-He,  the    usual
ihe week end on business. tenmps and m rrts i'r   he diy linio. it
dance In the evening.,   and it is ex-
���   *   * ��� e.i ti .I that the wht '������ cotint-ysMi  wl I
be pr sent.
A    subscriber    sttgaests    lhal   the ,
church I nil be taken down every evening and remounted In the niornin*"* I    A dance will
I lis ci nscli nee musl ir.. uneasy.
[ The Ladles Aid lnend holding their
annual Blratyberry festival ami ml i
of wiirli mi he 20lh last., On Mrs, VV, S
McPhoe'B l.-iwn. I ns niehl  Rev, ,T, 11
nn the war in ill- Pfoi
A car liniii oi fords arrlvetl til  lhe  under ,���. u ���!".���,��� ��� . r \t-,
Ford Garage Insi Saturday, week, and  clety.   He will preach
iiiiniihiT car load came on Thursday  dny evening,
last,   The lost consignment contained
two of llie new style Ford trucks. ... ,
��� Al
ill   nil
'oinox on June 26 cjiuuienciug  al
p.ni.    Admission (jenO-mien   Wc ladies
I  .'.v'. 11 it hope 1 that t ere will be a large
j attendance ; i tlii-r ftiitclion  ns it   is in-
' tended ns n farewell dance fnr Misr Cass
lee- and Miss W i**jht who,  we n g  ���'. to s it.
I'T'h arc leaving Comox.
^ i.
Sun-       Thousands Now Under License.
THE
Gents* Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,     MUFFLERS.     SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,     GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a shipment of Ladies Slioes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and see our goods, you'll always  find our  prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
FOR SA 1.10���One Registered nnd
one Grade Holstein Cow. Apply F.
i Richards, Sandwick It. F. D.
HORSE FOR SALE���Aged 9 years;
servlceaby sound, very suitable for
farm, driving or delivery purooses.
price $50j reason for selling, have 2
Ihorses, nnly use for on-- Apply Dale
& Partridge,  Union Bay.
FOR SALE���Grade Jersey Bull,
j2 1-2 years old. Apply to .1. Crockett,
Sandwick,
FOR RENT���Cottage, 5 rooms,
jgood well,nnd out-bnildi' ies ,'"'" ao:o
of lntiil- v.'ould make good chicken
ranch; also one dri'-lmr _��or*>e anrl
buggy fnr sale. For pni-liciilars apt
'ply to Jlrs. Thos. Cnirn.;, Courlenay.
FOR -SALE���Well-bred Jersey Cow
fresh. Apply J. Hawkins, the lllufiV,
Comox, B. C.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
Autos for hire���larre and snnll���
dav or night, Ford "Oarage. Phone
46.
The Ford Garnj-e lias a Welding
plant wiili a first class welder.
I Bring in your broken.parts in east
' iron, steel, aluminum, and brass.
| etc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
Now feed the pi.?. ���For Sale
cheap���Ou the farm, 3 or 4 tons
ot culled potatoes, dry and sound,
for seed or pig feed, Apply C. II.
Williams.
l'p  to date something  like  "' ���     ���
licenses have  been  Issued  to di iters
in food    stuffs ly iiie    Canada  Food
,   aw,.,,, , .   , 'Board,   Another inn,ono have still to
InsHtirle   Ta     W g0'out:   T!l0,�� UH]m]" wh��1(Jsale and
,.'" ,,'. '.', I     received a  wire rettall grocers, wholesale fish dealers,
1  Agriculture of-1 bakers,    wholesale    prnduci   -     lers,
for feed frull  and  vegetable deali i- -.  n Ilh  -.
��� rniil  ce't I   manufii r-tnrei
i| tion  to ���'" 5    ' ���"   "-��� e  17.000 - ublic
1   , .,���-. ,   ,,'. .     to be under 1   ense I
' i July 1st.
iring re-cleaned sere
1  $35 per ton  !'. o. b. Fori  ^Vilij in
1 any onn wants this sort of feed an
"I'lv application  is  necfssnry,     Mr
Uplow nisi,    has ,-i    !���:.-��� 1  ,1  redt'cfil
��� '"<'- 1 n iiiuini   pullers rrom the ue-
'   ��� !'  .m.l  1..".   Co.
Seed  Prodti
on   Competition
on  Tuesday  evi nu g   I  er
,..- ������������ igetlona] meeting li   Uu   P 1 -
���, rh "  chu ������ .  " hle>  wi Idr --
1 y  ilu-  mod rrptor   P-.   1*1 -    '���     \
cnll was ,.���:(..ndod ���    Rev.JI     " ���
l|;l; of Westminster Hall to bi d mi   | asl
of the churi h. .
nnd ruli
secretar
n-irtin 'nl  nf  Varrtcultur
ivlsion   for  nrovlnclti 1  seed
"'*  ���' mies  of  prize  Irs;   and
are now in ihe hands bf the
of the    Farmers  Iris'Iiile.     The  Sandwick   L,adl��s  Aid   Socletj
| ny  one  interested  can  get. particu- intend,holding   their   annual   Straw
ns li'-m Mr. Bigelow. harry Social (��"d Pal" ot Work un  'li-
Another Industry Lost to Courtonay. lawn of Mrs Join' Grieve, on Brt-fcy
It is with repr-et that we note that1 j���110 21st. A good programme Es bet-
the Puntledoe Canning Company are ,._. iir.-nni.eil tor r��� ov :ii'":. Mteh*-
bulldlng their cannery nt Deep Bay. p|on arie, incliiil'-"r mne-rt and pelt wns honed for ninny vears Ihnt fresbmenls Children 2'e. Sale ef
When the Cn*--nany gbt readv tu coin- work in the afternoon,
inn-re operations lhat Courr.i-iiity .
���i-.inswhpre npnr hm-" wnnl I be sr-let
as  i! e site.
Dyke  Sawmill   Burn.-id
Anglican Services
June
PATTERSON CHANDLER & ::""'.
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and \���
Main St. Vancouver, B. C    Monti-! ���i  ��
Aboul 3 o'clock lasl Prllay morning
rim Dyke sawmill wa-: discovered to
be nn fire. A hlg;. wind wis blowini*
' IT lhe bnv and ���' was imnosslble to
sc.'o anything. The h-olcs and papers
\..^.-r. re8*-"*>d friin I'*- n'lic" Slnco
lnl.ii"- held   -r Hie mill aboul a year 300 p. 111.���-
l.aZO  .\!irr
,"   11.   111. ���1
St. Peter
0   n.  111. - 1
St. John'
3rd,   1918���4th   .Sunday   after
Trinity.
11.00 a,  111.-
iniiiiion
land.
rif" Mr. Curlho'i had by eenstatil endeavour worked "ii n promlsln*' Imi-
iiooq, snd n.,,i added aquant<'v of new
mn.o'-iiipi'v. (he Inst ef .whieh. a new
r>..ri..���   ]���..,!   I..   *    l'nrii   i.i'l    In'o   nhio..
V  |. ."...  .      T'.,.   l.-.c,  r,. pi-'inidlcd
nno.oo. lasuranco $15,000.   The
ments,  Headstones  nnd   Cemetery j mill wl'l net be rebuilt.
Fences,    the largest   Monumental  1 IfiSBP'"*" """       '
works in the west. ' ���������
Mattins  ar.d     Hor-   i.-.im-
it  Hoy Trinity.  Cumber*-
^,i.ii��ong a.iri Ser'r. 11 :.t
L.'ll
wnsong  rr-.'  Oermon at
���  Cor.-.' x.
v. 1 >o ._ nn 1 SertE ::   '���
1, Courtenay.
Lost���22' latine'i lutll   with   red
trimmings last seen at   Dyke Saw-
Iniill  boom  on  Saturday.    Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden.   phone
59.
Maple   Leaf  Theatre.
Courtenay Shoe Store
Outing Footwear
FOR MEN,  WOMEN AND CHILDREN
THE  FAMOUS  FLEET  FOOT  SHOE
Whether its for tennis, boating or sport wear you'll 6nd shoes iu   this
collection to meet your wntits.
Men's shoes in blue, black nnd white, from $1.50 to $3.9(1
Boys' and Youths' shoes iu black and white, low aud  high  top,   from
$1.20to $1,50
Womens' shoe's in different qualities Itl pumps, regular, aud high top,
from $1.85 to $3.85
Childrens' nnd Misses shoes in   blue,   black,   and   white,   all   heights
from $1.20 to $2.50
We give all our attention to shoes only,
1; per cent.discount toReturned Soldiers, Soldiers and their wives
LOGGIE BROS.
Next the Drug Store Phone 48
SATURDAY,  JUNE 22ND
ForSale-Aboul 3 1-2   acres  of!    -["ne Elvidge Montagu and Arthur
land in   lhe   Citv   of   Courtenay    Ash,ev ln '^"Guardian"   The "Guar-
Terms easy.    Address Owner, ,-*32*-
Tennyson Ave., Victoria, B.C.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the I-"ord Garage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
Safety  First
Go to
FRASER'S
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery  and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
dian tells a highly Interesting and entertaining story of modern life.
BZ9 '     ' "rn"'  '��'HM
MONDAY, JUNE 24TH ^^
William Farnham in Charles Dickens' immortal story, of the French
Revolution, "A Tale of Two Cities"
Admission  60c,  Children   under  12
25c.   Commence at 8 sharp.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26.
"Tlie Mark of Cain," by Mrs. Vernon Car-tip. supported by Arthur Mor.
eno.     Three Acts.
Presbyterian Chur***i
St. Andrews' S*"'dwick
Service 2 p.m.     Si inlay  School
and Bible Class 3 p. in.
Courtenav
Sunday  So'nool and   Bible Clas
10:30 a. in-    Rvtning sfervice 7:30
p. in. Al! tveli i.'.ne
Comox Creamery
Butter
60c per lb. this week
NOTICE
In the County Court of Nanaimo,
Holden at Cumberland, B.C.
TAKE N'OTICE That by an order of
His   Honor Jtulr-e  Parker,  made the
leulli d"y of April. 1918 I was appointed  Adiiilnlstra-or    to the estate of
William M. O'tSrien, deceased, and all
parlies havlirr claims against the said
are hereby icrrulred to furnish same
nroporly   verified,    on o\- before the
5th day of .Inly, A. I . VC"<. and all
purlies Indebted to ill - said estae rue
required  tn pay  'ha ���������o"t of their
indebted!!'""- '- ""��� f-rfhw'h
WBS1 ���'"' ,vi'-' '"T1
Official Admlnlsttlator
Dat- '    ' ; . ' .    . "
Corns
Corns
Corns
Use
Robertson's
Corn Remover
25c.
W.G.Robertson
Tot:: THI! UUURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review ldea,s ��' Beauty as We"a' Knovvld9e
And Comox Valley Advocate
k   Weekly   Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B. C).
N. H. Bonus, I'ditor and Proprietor
(Subscription Sl.r-i per Year In Advance
$2.lili per annum il not so paid
THURSDAY JINK 20, 191.S
ll  la good i s io lea n lhal  tlie
Patriotic Fund Is to lur administered
on dirfer-i in Pnes from April, 1919,
when lhe Government will assume
t ill !��� nirol I.iiie everything else the
fund has Its f.nilts, as well ' s runny
virtues, 'in li should have bee- under
different control and Independent ofl
voluntary roiitnlmtlon rrom Hn- be-
sinning.
We in j ci 'i eur renders lo "stay
wlh'  a'l  'vorfc Mey have und
There Is one feature of life which
must hc considered In any scheme of
education in a democracy. Life includes beauty as well ns knowledge
and action, No man or woman Is'
complete who goes through life blind.
in beauty and deaf to music, A civilized nation lives not only in industrial commercial or philosophical activities. It lives also in Its artistic
activities, lik-als of beauty enter Inlo lhe formation of character, Oooil-
ness, beauty, truth���these are three
iisneels of he enn g".-:i| reality. It Is
vnln tn slahlish libraries if we are not.
vain lo slahlish libraries IT we are not.
vnln lo slahlish libraries If we nro not
'r-riiiilnir Intlllgenl rosflrs to us Ihem.
*l '.a .'"'n lo ni'i'ii *-���fir-is ami a**f
galleries If we are nol educating boys
jri'd girls lo Bnpi'pclat.e 'he statutes
.-mil pictures "lured en litem, ll Is
I use'ess io build ivuslc halls and opera
Mioiipp- If our hoys ni'd '.iris n '- not so
pitncnted ns lo delight In -"iei" and to
"������I enrloliiiieiil nnd Inspiration from
.11. ���   1  Is vain lo Iii'iii. for hi' highest
1st July Ccklbraticn at
Royston
New Summer Goods
connoived with lh.-'war. fur the'-staj   ''7'", "f 01'4-rnctcr if lhe finer ihings
er" will win through
d pre
duction results   In inis will have n
mosl I in port a nt beti Ing upon lhc re-1
still, hand in hand with thrift and national nud communal unity.
o" lhe sriil are inner d in tlle education of lhc iiini niul women of tomorrow. The raglc results of mere
efficiency anil tilMltarlanliin nr- apparent to-day In Ihe Kultnre of Prussia. Christian character Is lhe only
foiniilaion of fl Irue democracy.
���Western Witn-ss.
That recurring milsnnc -. kept gi Ing
by weak-minded pe��nle, the "-m-a'*ei*|
Chain" Is once more in cur midst, bsv-|
���,..,!    ,,f    ......    r811(]eI.s    |r.l,|"     ���,. ...ry..,] ,
the t-siia!  iio?t ca-d  with Injunctions!
to send copies  to nine oilier people, I
etc.      Tho  cards   hip   ail   son'   nn  ny-,
mimsly  but the haud-wrltlng hns dis-'
cosed   the   fr*t-i   lhat   there  are   more1
silly  peorie in  Comox  'linn  would be
Imagined,   The posl r"i c would coi:-'
for :��� In-.'' ii-  I, stopn'n" Illll inrrant
practice ninl so break the "chain."
10 per cent, disrro'-rt to Returned Sol
diers ard tl-.e!r Wives.
d&&*ajaj8X8^tiMikat
/*$
V    fi g
Iiii In. Voile In    white, Maize, Peach,
Grey, Old Rose, Alice Blue, Navy and
Black, at 65c per yard.
Crepe Cloth  ln  Plain Self Colors and
Fancy  Stripes,   l.aee Pieured  Ohpiui-
die and Silk Stripe and Figured Voiles
from 50c to $1.50 per yard.
Prints, Cheeked nnd Striped Gingham
at lhe old price, 5 yds for $1
Special  Value In Messallne and Pongee Silks.
Newest  SSIyles In Conl  Middles and
Wash  Skirls,  Ladles Summer Under
Vi s'is ln Cotton nnd Mreerlzed I.lsle
from 35c to $1.50 each
Ladies Colored   Silk and Lisle Hose
In all Llgut snades
Ladles High Top While Canvas Shoes
with  leather 'Poips.Ciiban    and  Low
Heels.
I.utiles nailing Suits nnd Caps
Special Value 1n  Men's  Merino and'
Balbrlggan  Underwear, in    two-piece*
and union    suits,    short sleeves and"
knee length.
4?  a^^arJ^^a^a^^a^rja-SrS^a^*^.
I
ROYAL STAM
m* '*
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HERE  ANO  THERE.
a\
Iii
daSjSt*
... ���'.n.'-ijU
���ork i-' l"dis-
��� ���   lighting
9
���   yjr��-ys   ������'
MAIL  CONTRACT.
Fnthup'-i ������- ���   i"   ur
���pensal-le.      Wheihe
I(,.,i c-ops -'"d ether 1'iitii'le work,
tending a war garden, running a farm
feeding tiias o*- ���wivin**' yonr nra*.-ei-i", f
enlhiiiltism mn��l he presenl lo mak" |
n good ' li rr'' 't. A ninu whn c n lr-id
onto a j h wlthou being Interested in
it i- a parasite.
-ri.,-.-,. i�� -a , ������.?.. ��������� Individual who SPADED TENDERS, addressed to
Mi |,p i ... | ���.��� I] ,.���.. ;. ., ���.������,,,���.���...,." ; Hie Pcstmaster General, will be recei-
Bul   when    -"ar    lime romes and  he I veil at  Ottawa until noon, on Friday,!
"kr"c1-s"  ,--.,-i-c'v  a- !   -'��� vtlii g   the  19th  July,  1918,  for lire convey-1
connected '-i'i' It, f--om the i'i he**1 In I arce of llis Majesty's .Mails, i n pro-
aurii"i'!iv down i" a retnrn-vi gold ler
Inrluilinr' the i*ati-lolc fimd. '���'-' Crosi
armi ' s'i "b   som -ntlnn   nllowT'ce
pic  lhei*p  :s i,no i
Men's Department
Men's    Youth's   and  Boy's    Bathing
Suils In all sizes
Men's Willie    nnd    Colored  Lisle and
Silk Socks in all light shades
Sport  Shirts and  Ties, Tennis  Shoes,
Panama   and    Boater Shaped  Straw
Hals.
Special    Value in    Boys and Youth's
I Sport Shirts ninl Bloi R1 s	
Union  Stilts   n Stinni-.er  Und-....
Straw Hats and Caps,  Brown  Canvas
Sines and Sneakers in , !' Size*,
i
| Invictus ��hos, "The Best G-ro ! Shoe
for Men.''
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lint   hr>     ri   "vpll- w   di L-":   it
help, al lea il den"l hinder.
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���ill. w ...... |        CO*.mX AND COURTENAY
ilv for -1��� f��� j    COMOX .v  E.fi X. RY. STATION
iinnll  d  hi j ninl
,��� ,] ,n - !i��� 1 -'nren P-y and Wharf and Ry. Station
you can'l   . u a ���'. frcm the ist October next.
Printed    notices containing further
information  as  lo conditions of pro-
everv oth- posed    contracts    may  he  seen  and
i ,.i,,-.i... ._.,, hi' nk forms of tender may hi- obtain-,
,j->      v.'hv  i ' ;': lhe Posl Offices of Coniox, Cour-
,,y   iijclud-1 '��� '" ''��� Sandwick and Union Bay, and
, ihe farm ': ' the office of the undersigned
I v   ennnnt B. H. FLETCHER,
U,e farms >'��� r>- Inspector.
1��r "i  Office Inspector's oilieo. victoria
B.  I'..  31 sl   May. 1918.
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Ladies and Gent's-Tailor
Now  Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Bloc
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Courtenay
PIANC & QB GAN
Tuning an-rl Repr.iring
W. J.  GOARD
Here about A p". 1
Leave ore! ers al i'e"rew office
Comox   Livery   Stable
Phsne 8i L
Auto Truck Meets all  Boats
and Courtenny Trains
Autos an-:! Teams for Hire
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^  COURTENAY  TAILOR ^
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
w
Royal Standard Rye Flour
Take  three parts of   Royal Standard Wheat Flour and one
part of Royal Standard Rye Flour and you can make a delicious, nutty, wholesome, appetizing loaf of bread fit for a
King.
By following this planln your baking    you are    conserving
wheat for the fighting men  and dolnK your loyal duty to
country.
Get these popular Flours at your dealer's and look for thc
trade mark���the Circle V ���on every sack.
Use nioni
honey, mo
asse.s
uml E
yrups
lo
conserve
BUBO*'.- -
Issued
by Cunni
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Pood
lloari
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il|   Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
vW.
Phone 33, End of Bridge
B. Towler,   Mgr.
&V
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
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SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35   Monday,
Wednesday and  Fsidr.y,  connecting at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, and  at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vi* toria���-9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver and at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving af Courtenay at 16.10.
.,���. D. B. NICKERSON
Phone Rj.60 Agent Courtenay,
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
V ���. ���. i i i t s Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach  & Field
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be   Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
SEASONABLE HINTS
For the Farm and Garden
Eusilage Corn, per Ib i2��:
iooo Mended Kale, per lb    -           - ��1 00
Rape             -              ���               - 80c
Golden Bantam Table Corn        -        - 2,sc
Mangels and Sugar Beets             -       - j.1,00
For the Cattle
Fly Knocker keeps away flies. 50c, 75c aud $1.25
Hand Spray Pumps $1
Purity Flour, 2.st Govt. Standard Grade, 49 lb sack $2.90
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
The Telephone's the Thing
in the Warm Weather
In the warm days of summer one does not care a great
deal to move about. Use the telephone: Thtre is no inconvenience nor discomfort in us'iig tlie telephone. It is tight
to hand and you can talk anywhere at any time.
The telephone is more than eyer a utility in the warm
weather.
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Still There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair'
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  lt*29
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Casest, Etc.
J [Next to Hardv & Biseoe
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courteuay r
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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Every Farmer Needs a Ford
THE Motor Car is a greater convenience to the average
farmer than the telephone, the rural mail or even the
grain binder.
The binder which is considered as a very useful implement
is rarely used more than a few days during the entire year.
The rest of the time it stands idle, taking up space, while
the automobile is available for use throughout all seasons,
and both day and night.
It is ever ready to run down the lane to the back field or the
pasture with a parcel or a message, or take you and your
family to town for shopping purposes���or on an errand to
the neighbors.
The motor car is called upon whenever anything is wanted
in a hurry. It is the most useful implement or convenience
for the farm. It helps you conserve your energies and time
for productive work and enables you and your family to
accomplish more with less energy. You surely feel the need
of a Ford. Why not order one today?
All pricet subject to war ta* charge*, except tnukt and ehasst*
0ry /��?���""-���"
if
aron
d
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Chat-da    ���    ���   -
$535
Runabout   -   -
575
Touring   -   -   -
5S5
Coupe    ���   ���   ���
770
Sedan ���   ���   ���   ���
970
One -Ton Truck
750
F. 0. B. Ford,
Ont.
E. C. Emde,
Dealer, Courtenay
m
Don't   Use   Spurious   Parts  For Your
Ford  Cars.
fe*i
WILLIAM     r. ���>.
'DIRECTION    W1 I.
IM u r--i
A, r-r\.    F
,'\
CHARLES   DICKENS'   VIVID    NARRATIVE  OF  "LaGUILLOTINE.
In tiie William Fox Super De Luxe
production of "A Tale of Two Cil ies"
in which William F.irmim plays I hei
dual role of Charles Darney ami Sidney   Carton���Charles   Dickens   gives
22nd June an
Imperial Day
How  .Canada  .Will . Ceebrate ..This
Year's Anniversary of Queen Vio
toria's Accession to the Throna
The foi owing is taken from the
"Ford News'' and .should ij>e of spe
cial interest to the many Ford owners in this district.
"Inasmuch as tne reputation of
Ford cars is often .(injured by the
use therein of inferior parts not
made or furnished hy the Manufacturer, therefore the dealerjagrees
that all his purchrses of Ford parts
for Ford automobiles shall be made
as to the parts listed in parts price
catalogue exclusively from the manufacturer, and that \ij tvill not
use. sell !or recommend to Ford
owners similar parts*manufaet*ired
by othe.s, The Manufacturer mav
immediately I cancel ��this contract
for any breach of the aboye provis
ion."
This is a term of the Dealer's
License Agreement [that it would
be well to read and ponder.
Henry Ford evolved the Ford
Car and thereby became entitled
to the exclusive name of "Ford"
when applied to a self propelled
vehicle or at.iy part thereof and^we
became entitled through him to ihe
exclusive use of thrt name in Canada.
The success that has attended
the Ford car has attracted  part
and   accessory   manufacturers   to corporation  of  the city of
manufacture and advertise for sale) courtenay.
"Ford parts;" "Pars for  Ford's" i *   .r,   *
Some of these have the tereiuity to! PUBLIC ..NOTICE,
ufe I our copyighted  script   word
"Ford.", on the Jparts ihemselves
and iu the   advertising   of   them       ruder lhe regulations of tin-
Some of them use our part numbers 11 If ulih Act il. is required that when-'
iu their "catalogues,    Their desire '-n'w "i householder knows or has red-   ,.
is to mislead d-alers and the miblic son ,0 SUBP��ot flmt an*   member or caPau."uu*b ai .a whole,    ^. wl"
is io iniMc.ui u aitir, aim uie P��D"c|tu, househo]d lm ally conumjuioabi-i do this as a privilege as well  as a
disease, lie shall within twenty-four duty, Canada yield to no nation
: n.'s .intify the Medical Officer of,jn'its determination to prosecute
������cnlli. The Kedical Officer of H-U-lt th t     successful   conclusion,
ler lhe City ol Courtenay is Dr. H. P. ,     ..   . , ..
Mi;'arll be that happy consummation near.
It is also provided under Ihe said [or   far ^removed.    The  Canadian
Act that any person (householder or people have suffered too keenly aud
On June 22nd 1S97, the Diamond
Jubilee of Queen Victoria was celebrated throughout the wide Empire wdich she had done so much
tc consolidate. June 22nd will Ire-
marked by an event of no less historical importance to Canada, On
that ds��y the free people ot Canada
will pledge anew their devotion tojtary \vlf<
the Allied cause by tegistering
their names and furnishing the go-
Public 1 vernmeut with ah the information
essentia! to a scientific use of their
this vlvlddeserlplon in his book of
"l.a Guillotine" which plays so prominent a part In this masterful photo-
drama.
"I was the popular theme (or jests;
il. was the best sure for heada -hss, ir.
Infallibly prevented the ha'.r trom
tturning grey, It impaired 11 pei illar
delicacy lo lhe complexion, i- ���,., - the
National Razor which shaved clc.ee;
who ltlssed T.a Guillotine, looked ihr
ough the litlle window and sn ������������
to the sack. Ii was the -irir 1 the '-
generation of llie human race I ���"������
perseded the cross. Modes ot ir were
worn en breasts from which ���'������ C is
were discarded, and it waa bowed
down 10, and beieve.l in wh::. the
Cress was denied.
"II sheared off lien.Is. so mur      tl I
it and Ihe ground   it   mos
were n   rotten  red.   It   was
pieces, like a toy  puzzle  frr p  _���
Devil, and    wns   pui    togi
when   iho occasion   want' 1]
hushed ihe eloquent, struck
powerful, abolished tli ���
������   tin
;.       ft
*   ':-' I
-
into .believing ^tliese kare genuine
parts of our manufacture.
We'are {determined that Ford
owners be not misled.
In that ^hey are manufactured
"For fale only aud not for service"
in the main they are not reliable.
It is not necessary to discuss their
reliability, however, in view of the
fact that we are entitled to aud ac-
tually do take oar stand ou the
fact that we are willing to stand
behiudjthe car when it contains
parts of our own manufacture, but
not when it contains Jparts manufactured by others wliise reliability
we do uotjknovv.
physician) whose responsibility It Is,
by the statutes of Hriiish Columbia,
to report, acase of communicable disease, and who neglectslo do so, may
Incur a penaly not exceeding $100.00.
The following is a list of communicable diseases which must be reported:���
Smallpox, Infantile   Paralysis
Leprosy,       Cerebrospinal  Meningitis
German Measles, Mumps
Scarlet Fever, Typhoid Fever
Glanders, Diphtheria
f lilt ret, ��� pox
lliibonic   Plague
Tuberculosis
Anth'-iix
WI1011 mi.. Cough
Asiatic Cholera
Measles
contoglous
s
Unlicensed Eating Houses Illegal
On and after Saturday, June 1st, It
becomes illegal for restaurant keeper Hydrophobia
to remain   in   business   unless   they Any oilier    infecllous
have a license from the Canada  Food disease.
Board.     This  applies  also to  board-        By order of Ihe City Council
Ing    hoitsees,    serving     twenty-four W. A. W. HAMES,
meals per dny to outsiders, other than City Clerk,
the household or members of the fa- Courlenay, June ISth, 101S
nilly..
founht too valiantlv to do other
than press on until in the words of
Mr. Asqiiith, "the military domination of Prussia is wholly and finally destroyed."!
It is to enable Banada to take an
even greater part in the conflict
than she has heretofore lakeu that
the registration of everv resident
of the Dominion, male and female,
ot sixteen years and over, has been
decided upon. This that for the
reason that the information obtained on Registration Day will be employed in {[speeding tip essential
production, $directing the flow of
labor 'to the things Jthat really
andjgenerally (bringing tCanada's
participation Jttp to the point of
inaxlmunijeffort.
nulsite gentlemen of -
breed ing . . . would hn
ii h 'nl t 1 discover .
who, in her manne 's
nearance, owned to beir.u-   a    " thi
Indeed, except for   llie    pie-     act    ot
bringing a troublesome  creature   ir.-.i
1 his world���which does net ao fnr  towards ihe realization of the name of
known   to the fashion.   Pea-an-   women   '-'enl    ihe unfashionable   bftMes
ciose and brought them tip. an.', chat*
niing grandmammas of sixty,   Ir ���    '.
and slipped as at. twenty.
Is this arraignment   applicable   to
lhe world of today.
PRESBYTERIAN   CHURCH
Service, 2 p.m.: Sunday School and
Bible Class, 3 p.m.
Courtenay
Sunday School and Bible Class.
11.00 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m.
All welcome.
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Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Ctisine Kxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
I The BestTand cheapest bread in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for "$1
Vancouver and Victoria 10 18 oz. loaves Jjl
We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement'
McBRYDB
Opposite the city hall       f
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Grave)
R ates Reasonable
j* .n r"i_r*i_n_n * n_n__ri_r*u--'u--*ii''-ii''~i**i*-'**ii~i*~i''*i~i-''*~ ��� *" -^-i- - ���**������-������*- .��*���** **-��**-_���-*- ���nT������/
'J 11 baker of Better Bread
HEADQUARTERS FOR;
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed mid Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*$}
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder COURTENAY
Do You
READ?
The Courtenav  Review
Family Herald aud Weekly -5; ir
and the Daily Trovince
fo: one year
for $6 THE COURTENAY REVIEW
No Heat
Waylaid
Straight walls in the
deep firepot of the
Sunshine Furnace prevent ashes Irom collecting and absorbing
���j the heat \,:-\, .1. of
allowing it Lo lo ils
work ij. ', eati i ; the
In mi E thi feat
ures ; mal ������ the
Sun hi ��� the kind of
funiuu y�� a wuiit fcr
your home.
Tt C     Ia      I 1
C. H,  Tarbell   &  Son V-
McCIaiyfe
Furnace
London Toronto       Montreal        Winnipeg        Saskatoon
St. Ji hn, N.B.     Calgary   _   Hamilton       Edmonton      Vancouver   C8J
Chewing
kW ��#dg?
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
form*
It has a pleasing
flavor.
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
ie Goden  Age.
The following extracts are fro-u tbe
sermon preachi d by the Rev. J. Hytlo
on Sunday evening.
"And Ihey shall I eai 11 cl.' sw rds
in!-) plow-share : mid lliei'- soeai into
piuning-hooks, Nation shall ^lol lift!
up sword agalnsl nation, nelher shall
I ilu-" learn wi r any n ore."
I This is ri p day for which every,1
h"' i sl po son yi -in s. We nre sielt
rl' wnr and rervell againsl irs horrlbl -
iliess ninl cruelly. Tweny centuries
of Christian civilization has falli il toi
curb he passions of men or lo eliminate wnr, ninl manv of us are wi nder-
iii". if we inny hope for any better
prosrjecl in the future. God's truei
prophets are always optimists. They
are men who live ahead of their ilny.
I Ui ii  of ��� iimi  nml  Insight  ard fi ar-
: less in their declaration nf the trull,
They nre the mosl valuable men lho
nations possess, and withoul hem the
| people g ope In the darkness and perish for lack of knowledge. Every great
reform springs from hehearts of God's
prophelis. and though hey may not accomplish Iheir task In their own day
ihey Inspire others io carry il on lo
success.
We prize IheOld Testament because
of iho Inspiration wn receive from llie
greal prophet*. These me looked
down lhe year*- mid nroclninie*l that
ri time wnttlil come when wnr- would
cease and men would dwell together
i'i inn.'" : ml harmony. Both Isaiah
rnril *.I *f-ii;i nain-l ue n beautiful plcure
of this gold 'ii age  v hi h  yel  awaits
coming .���)"��� .    I.    Isaiah   predicts  thai
animal lif"    which    Is now wild nml;
brutal and nl variance with man, will
be as In r ������ "i i 1 to ils origlnnl sate
ontl dv r'11 in harmony with nuui."Tlie
wolf shall dwell with lire lamb and
Hie leopard shall   He down with the
i kid and lhe calf nnd the young linn
j nnd the fatling together, ond n little
I child shnll lead them."   The ago will
he marked by   gentlsness.      In   thai
; Its  llie   weak   who shnll inherit Ihel
' earth and rot the mighty.   The spirit)
of the gentle child shall predominate!
: nnd   Hi"   " ri'M   Will   "ll   lono-Ri-   1 1,.
Jected to the savagery and brutality
I of the Hun. How much of that splrii
is found In ' your life? That's Ihel
, spirit .If .i--ii- r-hrlsl It is gentle
i ness thatt makes liim grea in lhe
| eyes of men.
II.���Again the prophet oredict" ihe
day whoa Jerusalem shall bo central
Iin ibe earth. From Mount 7.ion shall
j go forth the law of God which shall
I he binding on nil nations. We have
heard a good den labout a "ll.eague
|of Nations" but lhe prophet predicted
centuries nasi that lhe nnlions would
be leagued together nnd come under
a common rulershln nml common law
emlnaling  from    Jerusalem.     If  na-
Until you have heard the
t-Iew Edison
" The Fhonograph with a Soul"
You can have no conception as lo how true to life il re,illy is.
The reproducer poiut is n genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, nnd the records used are indestructable and play
for a full live minutes each
Write us now for futther particular** "I   this  new  invention
wliicli actually RECRUATHS music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
^N June 22nd, Saturday, every man and
woman, resident in Canada, who is 16
years and over, must attend at one of the
places provided for registration, between the hours of 7 a.m. and
10 p.m., and there truthfully answer all the questions set forth upon the registration card.
Upon signing the card, vouching for the accuracy of the answers, the man or woman
will receive a Registration Certificate, as shown below, which must be carried upon the
person thereafter.
Why the Certificate is so Important
For failure lo register a maximum fine of $100 and
onc month's imprisonment it provided, alio an added
penalty ol $10 (or each day the person remains
unregistered after June 22nd.
Persons remaining unregistered cannot lawfully ba
employed, and cannot draw wages (or work done
niter June 22nd. Employers who keep unregistered
persons in their employ will be liable for fines equal
in amount to those recoverable from the unregistered
employees. %
Unregistered   persons   cannot   lawfully  purchase
transportation   tickets, and   may   find   themselves
REGISTRATION IS LAW-
Don't Fail to Register.
This Certificate is
YOUR Protection*
let it and Can
barred from travelling on railroads, steamboats, etc.
Similarly they may be denied board and lodging at
any hotel, restauraat, public house or boarding house.
In a word���All persons remaining unregistered, and
all persons having dealings with unregistered
persons, knowing them to be such, incur heavy
penalties under the law.
UaTjOk.
Does Everybody Trade at  the Corner Store ?
Because
We keep the freshest line  of Groceries in the
District.    Our prices are Right,  and
Our1 Service is Unexcelled
We're, going to tell you something  about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
tiotis are lo dwell in harincny they
must come under lhe rulersliip of one.
supreme Emperor who shall make
just and common laws for all. The
prophet predicts Christ shall rule supreme and enforce Mis holy and just
laws on all nations.
j III.���The prophet says one of these
laws will abolish war and permit no
weapon to be formed for the destruction of human lil>. This is the only
sano way o abolish war.
"They shall heat Iheir swords Into
plow shares." Under that law the
engines of destruction will be converted Into weapons of conslructio. Tho
energlss of war will bo directed into
the building up of Ihose industries
which make for Ihe welfare of human.
Ily. .Man's skill and genius will be
us'd In overcoming tho common foes
of humanity and In making the wild-
j ernoss to blossom as the rose. Surely such an Ideal ought, lo fill all our
hearts.   This Is the Christian ideal.
i IV.���Lastly lhe prophet sees and
predicts the happy and blossed result
of such a slate of living.
When war Is abolished then says
the prophet "shall sit. every man under his vine ad onder his fig tree and
none shall make them afraid."
Tho aw of Christ will guarantee a
fair division of the world's wealth and
the security of Its noss*"**-1" I "impose that Is whal the average socialist desires, well that is whnat Christ.
Is aiming lo bring aboul and If lhe
church was rue to lis ideal It. would
he nenrer hand Ihnn it. is ai present.
Most people live ln fear today- But
under Christ's rule fear will be banished and every man will be protected by the lnw of Christ,
This golden nge won't come till
Chrlsl sets up Ills kingdom, nnd it. ls
our duly to work and pray for its con-
summation. Cin-isi says "he that is
nol wiih me is agalnsl me and h��
that gulherclh not with me scattorolh
abroad," No man may take n neutral
altitude lo Christ, Wo are-either h's
enemy or his friend.   Which nro yon?
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
THEED   PEARSE.
Barrister und  Solicitor,   Notary
Public,
Phone 6
Geurtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to announce that he is prepared
to do all kinds oi repairs "t moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal
Courtenny ami Ouii.berland
M^H

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