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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE   REVIEW
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Have You'Money In Invest,
See us; wet Can Make Yuu
Large Dividendi
Island  Realty  Co.
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VOL. 2
COURTENAY, B. C. THURSDAY   APRIL 16. 1914
NO. 21
Would You Like a Home
Fronting on the Beach?
. We have some choice 20
acre blocks at Little River
Good Land with Splendid View Facing on the Gulf
This is the best water frontage in the
distriel  at  $150   per aere.    If you
wish to buy we will  meet you on
the terms
ISLAND REALTY COT
?. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Geo. j. Hardy
F. R. F. Biscoe
HARDY & BISCOE
MEMQEI13 VICTOHIA REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE AND THE
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION  OF HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGES
Real  Estate and Iusurance Agents
Auctioneers
Phone 10
Courtenay, B. C.
. fl. ALLAN
Successor to Cameron & Allan'
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
Office: Union St.        Phone 33
THE
REVIEW
Give us your order for
Letterheads, Billheads,
Statements, Envelopes,
Wedding, Stationery, Etc.
LOCAL LINES
Mrs. Kepner has a fine display
of new, spring, fancy, gooils, also
a  nice stock  of fancy  work.    A
call i.s solicited.
Pure S. e. White Leghorn _k..s
For Sale- $10 per.  loo.    Apply J
P, Davis, Comox P, O.
To Rent���two first class offices
over McKean's store. Goodllght,
rent reasonable.
For Sale���Pure bred White S.
e. Leghorn eggs for setting,
II. \V. Heberden, Sandwick.
For fine painting, paperbauglug
and decorating don't fail to see
Doyle & Ilornc, Courtenay.,
Wanted���20 or 30 dozen new
laid eggs weekly, also potatoes
Apply Berwick store.   No. 8 Mine.
For Sale���Cedar posts and poles;
beardless barley and good seed potatoes. T, C. Woods, Sandwiek,
Phone R 96,
For Sale���Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching; new blood from
the mainland. Bruce Towler, Cumberland Road.
Wanted To Rent���5 or 10 acres
with houses, well fenced, with
option of buying. Apply, Box 6,
Review Office.
To Rent���5 roomed house with
basement, hot and cold water,
modern conveniences Apply J.
R. Johnson.    Courtenay Hotel,
Lessons given iu Piano, Organ,
and Violin. Hold senior honours
certificate for theory of music by
the London College. iVrs. A.
Blair, opposite Review Office.
Do you want cord wood or poles
cut with circular saw? If so call
up Grimsley & Hodgkinsou
Telephone 36,  or enquire  B.   C.
Investments.    Wood delivered '$4
per load.
Cumberland Steam Laundry For
Sale���Buildings, boiler, engine,
and machinery and all utensils.
Good business will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen at anytime.
Price $1250.   Liberal terms.
Wanted���Dairy ranch and mixed
farm, preferably as going concerns,
at reasonable prices; leasing propositions in demand. Business Exchange Seivice, 409 Hibben Building, Victoria, B. C-
For Sale���Brown Mare, nice
driver and quiet in harness, suitable
for lady. Also chestnut mare, quiet
to ride and will make a good driver.
Both in good condition. Apply
Mrs. Simms, box 353, Cumberland.
Lost���Ou Thursday night,
March 19, Denman Island. Square
stern, 13ft, row boat, brass rowlocks, ash oars, oak gunwale, and
oak transom. Finder will please
connect with T. Nelson, Denman
Island, Will pay $5.00 for information leadihg to the recovery.
Miss Smith, who has been away
on an extended business trip to
Vancouver, Victoria, aud the Sound
Cities, purchasing stock of the
London, Paris and New York millinery houses, returned on Friday.
A large assortment of the latest
models is now beginning to arrive,
and will be placed before Miss
Smith's many customers in due
course.
If you want any special pieces of
furniture made, kitchen cabinets,
cupboards, sideboards or pantry-
work, store or office fixtures, counters or show cases, made to your
order, come iu and give us ail idea
of what you want or we have
sketches l'or you to select from.
Picture framing aud sign work
promptly done. Sutton's Cabinet
Shop.
$50 will buy a milk cow. Apply
Arthur Dumaresq, Denman Island.
For Sale -A number of brood
sows. Apply, A. Rippou, The
Flats, Comox.
For Sale���Team of heavy mares,
weight about 3100 lb. . Price$J0O,
Apply Box 31, Review Ofiice.
Wanted���Good     second band
bicycle,   26   inch    frame, Write
slating price and condition, X. Y.
Z, Review Office.
For Rent���3 roomed cottage,
with nice cleared laud, good well,
aud fruit trees. Apply Mrs, Shannon. Courteuay.
To Let���Three roomed house at
Grantham; 1 mile from school, or
would sell with actea.e, Apply,
J. B. Bailey, Grantham, Sandwick
P. O.
For Sale���Good farm horse,
strong working harness and wagon
plough and harrows. Apply to
John Johnston, Lake Trail, Courtenay, B, C,
l'or Sale- Sixty-live acres in
Happy Valley, will sell 20. or 45.
Good first class soil, 500 fruit trees,
100 bearing. Good buildings.
Apply box X Review ofiice.
Born--On Friday, April 10th,
to Mr. and Mrs.   II.  D.   Forde,  a
laughter.
Lessons given ou piain Apply
Mrs. II   Mitchell, Courtenay.
English trained maternity nurse.
Household duties unnertaken, Miss
Sussex, resilience of Mrs. M___an
in the orchard, phone L 72.
Mr. J. Asselyn leaves this week
for Aggasiz,
Mrs. A. B. Crawford is visit ng
with her sis cr at Xanarmo,
Dr. Ju Isou McPhee of Nanaimo,
spent the holidays with his parents
here. He was accompanied by Mr.
Harry Creech of the same place.
We are Indebted to Mr. Wm,
Duncan for a copy of the lirst part
report of tbe Royal Commission on.
Agriculture, which has just been
printed.
The calico hop, which was announced to take place at Cumberland under the auspices of the
Ladies Auxiliary of the Comox
Union hospital, on the 24th Inst
has been postponed indefinitely.
The usual E tster Services were
held iu both the Presbyterian and
Anglican churches on Sunday.
At the morning service at Sandwick a large number were unable
to gain admission, while at the
evening the church was comfortably filled. Both the Presbyterian
churches were profusely decorated
with flowers.
B. S. Fenn begs to announce that he will be
absent on business for about two months and on
his return will open a studio in a good position
in Courtenay for portraiture of the best class
THE STATION SUBDIVISION, COux__��NAY
Some Good Lots At Tlie Station
The streets through the Station Subdivision nre vory shortly to he made
these will run from tlie Cumberland road close to the ., _ N, Station
down to the Union Buy road elose to the mill pond, Good large lots,
50 x 120 fuel can be had fit the present time at $250 each, Corner Lots
53 x 125 lor $300, These prices will he raised shortly. Terms 1-. cash
the balance in 6, 12 a.id 18 months, interest at 7 per cent. As the
Union Bay road is fast becoming a favorite residential section of
Courtenay, having a cheerful outlook and being the Island Highway,
the town is certain to build up rapidly ill that direction, ' consequently
there will be a considerable amount of traffic ill the streets up to the
station aud freight shed from that part of the town. This is a good
opportunity for those who wish to start up ill business later on, for
those who want a good sized residential property close in, There are
no other lots in Courtenay the size of these that can be bought at anything like the above prices, The plan of the Subdivision can be seen
at any time iu my office
H. H. M. BEADNELL,
Courtenay
E. & N. Lands from $15 per Acre Up
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL
COURTENAY
Private Day School for Girls and
Small Boys
Kindergarten Class from 10 to 12
Private  Tuition  in  Music,  French and
German
Summer Term commences April 15
WANTED !
Everybody to call and see our choice selection of
Small Groceries, Biscuits, Candies, Etc. Also Hams
and Bacon, Tobaccos and Cigars in large variety
All Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Nothing but the Best.    Ptices Right
SHEPHERD & HORNBY
Local Delivery Telephone 40
Miss M. King
Principal
CHARLES G. CALLIN
Life, Fire, Accident and Plate Glass
Policies wr itten]in the best companies
Get Rates Before Insurinj
Phones'42 andJ48
Courtenay flflffE REYOuW* COURTE^Ay. IST
'G.
INVESTMENT
High Class 7,_  Bonds that are Profit-Sharing.   Series-$100, $1.00, $1000
INVESTMENT nuybtvrltfadrtirnto. .low _fi_r m. .or,on60d*yi* notlct.   Dnilotn *��� btok
"'I lliete lloml* r _11_i��!i .lieJ 2.  ���,_������_-.    Send foi Ipeelll faille, and (ull puid. tilari-
NATIONAL   SECURITIES   CORPORATION.   LIMITED
(%nif_deration iiii Hiiildiuii, ..... Toronto, _____<]���
FARMERS
Can ��lw_ a make aura ot tiettlna ths hlohest prlcaa fop WHEAT, OATS,
��� ARLBV and FLAX, Ly ahlppln. tlieir onr lo'.a to FOR'. WILLIAM AND
PORT ARTHUR and having tham .old on commission by
THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY
THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'   AGENTS
ADDRESS   700-701   V.,   GRAIN    EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEG
I   THE   OLD   HELIABLE
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ISJw^__!__o
>. popularly regautnd aa TII_
I.INK to uso w,i��n having relative! and rrloniln ooma out to
CANADA
HIOJI   Tin,;   OLD  I'O-NTltV
Tha service offer.d la unexcelled In
COMFORT
Tha naw twin aoraw steamships
i'o i-i vim one .-!_._ (II) Cabin and
llur<_ olass only,
A_ _.\M1   nnd   AI.AVNIA
18,400    Ton.   I_c_
Were added to tha
CANADIAN SERVICE
In   1. IS.   nnd    are    replote  with
every   modern   Improvement.
IttAOM. ICIIM'-   __.OI.T___.r_. 9
Loiina-o,   Gymnasium,   Drawing
JRo.in, _u_oklna Hootn, Open ana
Covered   Promenades,   Orchestra.
Other   aplondld   Bteamaliips   are:
ASOANIA   (nan),     -l-OMV
10,000 tons 8,00(1 tona
Carrying one ola _ (11) Cabin and
third oik.- only.
FHAMOMi   (new 1*11)
LAOOMA (new l(ll_>
^ IS, 150 tons each���Twin Screw
etRMAMA (10.000 toua), Triple
Borew Turbine
Carrying Firm. Second and Third
Class.
The     Cunard    Company    also
maintain   services   between  New
York,    Qtieenstown,    Fishguard,
Liverpool,    Boaton,    queenstown.
Kish-iiai .. Liverpool,   New-York,
Mediterranean, Adriatic    Including   the   fastest   steamers 111 tha
world,   "l.usltanla"  and   "Mauretanla."
Now  building  for  Canadian
Service:
*.-. "AURAWI A"��� 14,000 Tona
For descriptive literature, sailings, etc., apply lo any Hallway
nr -lean,.hip Agent, or
THK   OWNARD   STKAM9HIP
COMPANY. LTD.
804    .nil, SI., Wluulp**, Mnn.
Ancient   Egyptians   Were   Ahead
The announcement Is made by u
liiitlHii scientist Unit in' has discovered how iii_ anclem Egyptians Incubated chickens i" th i number ol
120,000,000 . year. He bas found
Incubators which he declaros were
used in ISfjpl ii\ i- thousand years
040.
Tli. secrel hns been well guarded,
but It i�� laid bare at last. They bad
no oil Btoves or gas or electrto heated lucubatovs, imi they hod ovens
wiiiiii worked much better, even
timm.li they roqulred moro constant
tending. lOncU oven was calculated
to bold seven thousand eggs, and the
fuel by which It was heated consisted
of chopped Btraw and dung, but for-
tho :u. l ten days ot tbe hatching, Uio
energy was supplied altogether by
the   blckenB themselves,
It la tho commonest em r of thoBo
operating our mode'it lncubatoi'B lo
;use too muol. licni, especially toward
j tho end ot tbo period, and now wo
may loam from tbe old Egyptians bow
j not to do things ns well us bow to
do then). The uue ol' tho straw and
otber light fuel shows that tbe Egyptians were most careful to avoid too
Intenso beat at any time, We thought
that wo were tho lir. _ to use Incubators, but we are fitly centuries behind the times.
It Bids P-in Begone..���When near-
al;_in racks the nerves or lumbago
cripples the back is the time to test
tlio virtues of Dr. Thomas' Electrto
Oil. Well rubbed in it will et ill ths
pain and producn a sensation of ease
and rest. There is nothing like ll as
a liniment for Us curative properties
are great. A trial of It will establish
faith in it.
Bridal Tourists
Tbo brido looked on the mountains
Tho river's golden strand,
Italian garden fountains
Were tinkling near nt hand.
she spake with cooing kindness,
How fair these vistus are!
Tho bridegroom in his blindness
iiowed dowu beneath the enr.
Prom thence dh, he dollver
Somo words about a chain,
Blloh words as made bet shiver
Willi an astonished pnln;
Then lo the balmy breezes
She hummed Hies,   lines a wl
"Where every prospoci pleases
And only man is vile!"
Uo:
You can. see Gill Pills curing your Kidneys
Oin l'ills turn tbo ti
PIUS for Kldnov Ot
oliaugedoolor, Vou
harestartedtoonre
are doing you good,
6_. a boxj 8 for
19.50, At all ilea-
lets, if yon can't
(������it them in youvi
ual ghboi'hood,
order dire. I.
Bampla free if you
ui. Hum tuis paper
iuo BLUE.   A tow hours alter starting lo take Cm
Bladder Trouble, you Will notice lb.it tlio urine haa
Beo tot youtselt that 01a_ Ills have reached the spot and
. It won't ba many hours moro until you __BIi that they
Take Oin l'ills on
our positive guarantee that tbey will
line you or money
refunded,
National Drug ins Chemlci Co
ol Canada Llnl__. Toullo
.      13V
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Again Pride Goes Before a Fall
Bell��� I can claim a high family descent.
Nell���I shouldn't wonder about the
descent, li looks as if there had
been u big come down somewhere.
Minard's Liniment Curea Dandruff.
Urchin (to doctor)���Please, sir,
have you had to visit the landlord's
hoy many limes.
Doctor���Yes, my boy; every day for
a week, and I shall have lo visit him
for another month,
Urchin���Whal a lot of money you'll
get. I hope you won't forget me, sir.
li. was me tittt pushed him oft' the
wall.
���    Tribulation
He���Darling, why are you so sad?
She (gulping down a sob)-���Oh, dear
1 was just thinking this will bo our
lasl evening togetl er until tomorrow
night!
England will try for the south pole j
again.       She    doesn't   believe   that
Amundsen sot away with it,
WOMAN A
GREAT SUFFERER
Tells How She Was Restored
To Health by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Tilbury, Out.���"I could praise Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound all
around the world he-
cause i t bus done so
much for me. For
two years I was so
run down that I was
unable to do my
work. I had female
weakness and dreadful periodic pains,
constipation and
backache, but now
I am well of all these
things. 1 took Lydia _. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Liver Pills and Sanative Wash. I give
you permission to poWish this letter to
help others." ���Mrs. WlLERED MAK-
CHAND, Box 4t_, Tilbury, Ontario, Can.
Case of Bits. Tally.
Chicago, 111.��� " I take pleasure in
writing to thank you for what Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound has
done for me. 1 suffered with such awful periodic pains, and had a displacement, and received no benefit from the
doctors. I was advised to take Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
am now as well as ever."���Mrs. William Tully, 2052 Ogden Avenue,
Chicago, III.
If you have the slightest doubt
that Lydia _. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help yotl,write
to I.ydla E.PinkhamMedlclneCo.
(confidential)Lynn,Mass., for advice. Tour letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
ami held in strict conllden.e.
HAS BEEN AN
UNTOLD BENEFIT
Knee Joint Stiff Three Years
CURED BY NERVILINE
Anyone would marvel ill in. recovery, writes Mr. Leonard Lotham, a
young man well ' vvn about Chatham, l bad Inhrelii'ii ii rheumatic
tendency through mj mother's family,
nid In my early days suffered frightfully, Alioui throe .veins ngo the pain
jii.d stillness Bottled lu my left knee
Joint, 1 was lame and walked with
a very distinct limp. Nerviline was
brought to in; notice and i rubbed ii
Into iho stiff joint four or Ave times
a day. li dispelled every vestige ot
pain, reduced tho Bwolllng, took onl
tbo sliiTness and gayo me the full use
of my liinii again, i don't believe
there is a pMu-relieving remedy, nol
a Blngle liniment thnl eau compare
with Nerviline, l hope every person
wiiii iiiiins, with sore back, wltb lameness, wiih lumbago, with _ou_il_ia���
l do hopo tbey will iry out Kervlllue
which 1 nm convinced will quickly and
permanently cure thorn."
If Nerviline wasu'.l a wonderful
painless remedy, If Nerviline dldn'l
quickly relieve, If Nervlllno wasn't
Icuiwn to be a grand cure ft .��� all rheti-
matlo conditions, il wouldn't have
been so largely used ns a family remedy for tbe past forty years. No
heller, stronger, or more soothing liniment made. Get the lurg( ilOc. family size bottle; small trial size _5c.;
sold by any dealer, anywhere.
Well Fixed, Though
One doesn't havo to be p n liouTarly
sharp to cut a figure in society.
A Sliding Scale
What Is the price of your milk?
Ten cents a quart,
You can deliver it here daily, bul
mind the quality is always good. 1
have a milk tester.
Then It will be five cens more.
A "^oft Ancwer
Hub���1 wonder where the money _j
coming from for tbat new gown of
yours'.'
Wife���From the mint, I hope, dear.
I'd be sorry to think that you were a
counterfeiter.
STANDARD
Gas Engine Oil
Recommended by leading builders for all types
of internal combustion
engines. Keeps its body
at high temperature, leaves practically no
carbon deposit. Equally good for external
bearings.
PRAIRIE
Harvester Oil
The most durable oil for farm machinery.
Stays on the bearings; will not gum or
corrode; not affected by weather.
Renown Engine Oil
Thresher Hard Oil Premier Gasoline
Atlantic Red Oil
Imperial Oil Co. service puts these products
within the reach of anyone in the Dominion.
Write any agency.
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited
Toronto
Ottawa
Halifax
Montreal
Quebec
St. John
Winnipeg
Calsar.
Racina
Vancouver
Edmonton
Satkatoo n
CAUGHT COLD
IN WOUND
NEW BRUNSWICK WOMAN  PRAISES DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS
She Suffered for Fou.- Years and the
Doctor   Could   Not   Help   Her,   But
Dodd's   Kidney   Pills    Gave   Her   a
New Lease of Life.
Portoi. Carleton Co,, N.B. (Special).���"! llnd -odd'.. Kidney Pills the
bom kidney medicine I have ever
used. They have been of untold beu-
elit lo me."
The spoalcr Is Mrs. John S. Dickinson of this, place. Sho is enthus-
lastlc in her .iraise.s of the great Canadian kidney remedy, and not without
reason.
"1 suffered from kidney trouble that
started in a cold," she continues, "and
for four years I was never free of It,
I was treated by a doelor. but ho did
not seem to he able lo do nu nn.ch
Stood.
"I bad rheumatism and neuralgia,
and my Joints were stiff; ny muscles
cramped, and I was always tired and
nervous. 1 perspired freely, with the
sltghtesl exertion. I was depressed
and I bad dragging sensations across
the loins.
"_inc boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills
made a new woman of me."
Are not Mrs. Dickinson's symptoms
those of any run-down, worn-out woman'.' They are also the symptoms of
kidney disease. Dodd's Kidney Pills
give new life to run-down women by
curing their kidneys.
It may he only a scratch or cut to
begin with, but the deadly germs get
into It an . soon you arc a victim of
blood-poisoning, Vou say you caught
cold In the wouni". and it festered. Now
il Is red and fiery, end threatens serious trouble.
Yotl can never estitnalo what It Is
worth to have Dr. Chase's Ointment at
band all tho tlmi to apply ir. just such
cases of emergency. The most important thing this ointment iocs is to prevent blood-poisoning. It depresses
the nerves, contracts the small arteri _.
and veins, and stops bleeding. By Its
antiseptic influence it keeps out the
poisonous germs and heals up the
wound.
Dr. Chase's Ointment Quickly
soothes itching and burning and seems
to heal more ctuiekly than anything
that ha., been discovered. As a cure
for eczema It has never been rivalled,
and what more severe test could you
apply. To try Dr. chase's Ointment
is to prove its unusual merit nud to
keep it alway   at hand for i.istant use.
Reasoning a Priori
Teacher���Did Columbus know that
he had discovered a new continent?
Class���No; he thought it. was India.
Teacher���Corroct. Why did he
think he had found India'.'
Bright Boy���I s'pose'il was 'cause
the inhabitants were Indians.
W.  N. U. 992
Judge a Man by His Farm
A farm is the landscape of the own
er's heart and the reflex of his mind
If a man can be judged by bis clothes,
he can more truly be read b; liis farm,
which is an extension of bis vestment.
Beauty and breed can never be appreciated as a part of environment until
they are inner realities. What a man
is,, inevitably reveals itself in bis
words and works. A farm adorned
with improvements, crops, animals and
trees, making a plcturo of pence and
plenty, represents the unfolding and
expression of it's owner Ideals. It Is
the wondrous canvas on which he
.leaves the subtle strokes ot genius or
mediocrity. It is to the interpreting
onlooker a kind of autobiography.
Wherefore a farm Is exceedingly Interesting as an Index of the character
<: its owner.
BUNIONS NO JOKE
Hard to get rid of them, too. Two
or three applications of Putnam's
Painless Corn Extractor oftons the
thickest tissue, and removes it painlessly. Putnam's Painles.i Corn Extractor removes corns, warts, and callouses quickly and painlessly. Sold
by druggists, price -5c.   .
Smashing the Record
She broke the trotting record,
Said l.e, "all clean and slick."
���Say, lalt; about your steppers,
Sho made the rest look slch.
What horse was that? I asked him
My daughter' 'twas, said he.
She broke the record lately
For the turkey trot, did she.
SMMMeOM
quickly stops couchs, curea cold9, ��nd heali
the throat and lui_3.       ::       "       OO c_t��.
By the Berlitz Method
Aunty���Wouldn't you like to study
languages.  Bobby?
Bobby���I can talk two languages
now, aunty.
You can? What are Ihey?
English and baseball.
The  Demagogue  Defined
Father, said a small boy, what is
a demagogue'.'
A demagogue, my son, Is a man
who can rock the boat himself and
persuade everybody thai there's a terrible btorm :.   sea.
mt hmd mm nc _����.. m _��.
_*8. Winslow's Soothing Sye_c Ins 1_e��
tueti ior o_,. SIXTH __U_b7 MI_MO_Sol
MOVIiailS ior (Heir UIIt.Ul'.K- WIUUJ
TEKTHIN- with -KKi'KCT SUCCESS, it
8GO-HB8 the CHILD. 80FT8N8 the GOM&
A___ia Bit PAiN! C'UKBS Wi. .0 COI .It, ana
is the I__ i.ineay io. _ 1A_KI_K_, ).l is al��
���olutclv harmless. Be sure ant ask _i "_*_
Wiu-tov.���'.-��� Soothing Syrup/' and t__e _>oU'_
kind.  Twenty-li ve cents �� oottlc
Elastic
In rending room���Two boys, twelve
and eight years old, looking at illustrated book.
Elder   (reading)���India-rubber  tree.
Younger���Ic that a rubber tree?
Elder���Yes, yo'i hit that' tree with
a hatchet and the hatehett'll bounce
back.
A pleasant medicine for children is
Mother Graves'- Worm Exterminator,
and there Is nothing better l'or drl.
Ing worms from the system.
The New Sin
Archibald, I grant you a kiss on one
condition.    You must vote for me for
Sheriff.
Mlnard's Liniment for sah everywhere
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remains the same.
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Accept my sk'.cerest, good wishes, said
he;
Aud your married life henceforth, I
trust It may  be,
A long, happy ono. It astonished the
bride.
What a funny Idea! was all she replied.
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��� ���
IA Famous    :
��� ���
:    Desperado j
5 He Was the Most Daring of ���
:       Aii villains.        :
By JOHN Y. LARNED
We have stories of eminent rascals,
��Ucb as Dick Turpin, Claude Duval
and others, veal or (lellllous, but for
reckless effrontery coupled with au
��� nibitlon for Important criminal
achievements none of theso villains
overtops Colonel Thomas lllood, who
flourished In l-_i_!aii��I during the pro-
li.vtorshlp of thu Cromwells nnd the
reign of Charles II. One of Oliver
Oratnwoll'i sons gave Blood huge
grants of land In Ireland, which wero
confiscate- on ihe restoration of die
legltiiiinio monarch, I'rom '.his he
began bis career as K desperado of
high degree. The following story
does not deviate from the main facts
nf bis boldest and Inst attempt!
Onu April morning in the year 1(171
�� gentleman nnd a lady visited the
lower of London. It had not yet heroine the museum It Is today, but. the
kings of Kngland and princes of tbe
blood had ceased to rcsldo there, ex-
i.pt when one of tbem was coullned
with the expectation of having bis
bend lopped off either In the yard or
on Tower bill, close at hand. Tbe
crown Jewels were kept there, but tho
Iron grating Whlcb now protects them
had not been constructed.
While looking at Ihe bauble Insignia
of British sovereignty the lady suddenly fell Into the gentleman's urms,
apparently having fainted. Ho looked
about blm for some resting place on
-bleb to lay her, but, seeing no lounge
or bed, he said to nn attendant:
"My wife Is very III, Will you not
ask tbe keeper's permission to remove
licr to a room whore there Is n bed?"
The attendant hurried nwny and
Soon returned with nn Invitation for
Ibe lady's husband lo carry her into
tbo private apartments of tbe keeper
himself, Mr. Edwards,
"Heaven bless you, sir," said tbe
anxious husband, "my  iwor wife Is
-(__,.V-
tXt   A  TWIKRLIKO   THB   KBEl'EB    -AS   OS
THE .LOOK.
���nfferlng greatly, and were It uot for
your kindness I don't know wbat we
���bould do."
"You nre welcome, sir, I assure yon,
to my dwelling place Vud to remain
hero wltb your lady as long as sbe is
too 111 to bo taken away."
Tbe lady gradually recovered. Mean-
while ber husband, who bad a seductive manner and tongue, Ingratiated
himself Into tlio good graces of the
keeper and bis family. After remaining there some time tbe Invalid declared that she was nblo to leave, and
with a profusion of thanks for the fa-
���or received they departed.
"What a fine gentleman!" exclaimed
Mrs. Edwards,
��� "Aud such a gentle lady!" remarked
tbelr daughter.
i A few days later tbe same couple
called on the keeper's family, bringing with them a present of gloves as
a tokeu of their gratitude for the
kindness tbey hnd received. Shut up
as tbe Edwards were, In tbe gloomy
fortress, thoy were much pleased to
see those wbo visited them, nnd they
were especially delighted that Ihe entertaining stranger and big reQ*.?.
looking wife should be so appreciative
of what they had done for them.
ButU Edwards wss n pretty girl of
seventeen, and the gentleman appeared to take a great fancy to ber.
"Is sbe your only child';" be asked.
"No; 1 bave a son a soldier with our
arm; In Flanders. But be will soon
be at home.   He writes that bis regl-
sr
inent Is oracrea to ��_____."
"Has your daughter a husband In
view?"
"A husband! Alas, no! she meets
uo young men here except Jailers. Her
only suitor Is the headsman's sen, nud
I wouldn't have her marry him for a
kingdom, Besides, we bnvo no dowry
to give hor."
"Wbat a shame," said tho vlsltlug
uidy, "thnt such n pretty girl should go
unclaimed!"
"It shall not he," Bitld the gent-innn,
Hinging bis fist down on a table.
'What? So comely a wench to spend
���������_ days here?   Wbat sny you, wife.
to a natch between our nephew Ralph
and little Ruth?
HIS GOOD-BYE TO "JIMMIE."
mnrkslilo chapter or an.   uiooa reins-'
ed to plead except to the king privately. Ho managed to securo nu Interview
with Charles II. and tben mado state- ,n,c �����*"����� �� ��!����� Robert Scott Left
ments that changed the situation. ,'m' Hi" ���'��1-
Charles hnd In bis childhood become I    The rlosest friend ol Capt, Hubert
a wanderer In foreign lands.   His fa- Scott, the English  explorer, who with
thcr had died at the block. After many I11,rce  companions  met  death   "like
ecu recalled to the E??"Bn iwtlemtn." last February
I while on  (be   return   nip   from   a
polar expedition was  J,   M.   llarrle,
privations bo had bee
throne of England.   Ills object was to
pacify I he vai-lous fuel Ions and cement; lhe ���,���������,. am, u,ay wrl(.llt. p6tOT
them Hint ho might have a peaceful Seott. only son of the dead hero. Is
reign. Under llieso circumstances It^narrlo's godson and gets liis Brit
was natural that a deeperndo like Blood I name from the playwright's "Peter i
should affect him, Ho bad been ont Pan." Scott and liarrie, both quiet,
both sides during tbo parliamentary 'retiring men and Inveterate pipe!
war, at oue tlmo having Joined  the!smokers,   were   kindred   souls   for'
years and were constantly together
In and about  London.    One of the '
last messages found heside lhe rap-
taltt'S hody In his tomb or lee was 1
directed to "Jlmmle" Barrle,    Writ- I
ton 'n lead pencil,  and  toward  tbe
Recipe
Notes
llfth monarchy men."   He convinced
1 sny that If Mr. Edwards will give ' the king that his tleath-lf be was ore-
us bis daughter to wed with Ralph on I cuted-would be avenged by hundreds
tho day of ihe nuptials 1 will give 'he | ��f his associates,
groom a thousand pounds." Another Influence doubtless prevail-
"Wo should bo pleased," said the ed. Charles was nn Immoral man him- lend going off' Inlo 'almost Indeciphor
mother, "lo seo '.he young mnn audi self and admired any villain who waaIable scratches, It (loses with the
make   his   acquaintance,     It   bo   be | brave ss well ns wicked. 'abruptness of a thing written by a
steady nnd pleases our daughter you I By hanging Blood Charles could have dying hand. A more poignant fare-
offer will be accepted." " K��t rid of blm, but even In his power I well ono cannot ion. live than the
"Weil said," replied tbe gentleman. \�� desperate a man wm to bo feared. fo.._^n'la ,..,������,,��� ���,��� ,., , vprT
"Dinner Is served," snld Mrs. Ed- The king pardoned blm, restored hi. L J. Z ��*��H^a-thta lelU.
wards ot this Juncture. "Dine with ui confiscated estates, and he was often S^^Hund and sent io you I
and wo will arrange n time for you te | thereafter seen In the presence eliau.
hrlnir your nenliew."
Tbo Invitation was accepted, and
when all were sealed at tlio table the
visiting gentleman bent his bead reverently and snld grace wllh great fervor.
After dinner the guests were shown
over Iho bouse.
"What a duo brace ot weapons!" re-
ber.
Dreams That Differed.
Tbey were seuUil In one of thoso
Bbeltered nooks for which Brighton
Is famous. He had just, proposed aud
been accepted, aud ln blissful accents
they wero   dlscuscinc   their   future
marked Ibe gontlomnn, bending over a  Mrospeots.
.ou know I am not a rkb man,
darling," said   .d.vtn.
caso of plslol:
"Being the keeper of the crown Jewels,
I nm likely lo bnvo use for tbem," replied Mr. Edwards,
"My friend," snld (he other somen-
tlously, "do you know (hose pistols are
Just what 1 want for a friend of mine?
What are they worth?"
"I paid a guinea for Ihcm,"
"1 will give you doublo tbe amount"
"No; bIiico you wish for tbem you
shall bave tbem for what I paid."
When the pair left the Tower tbe visitor took the pistols wllh bim.
*******
"Now, you men listen attentively to
wbat I bave to sny. My plan ls simple antl can bo curried out without difficulty If every one knows his part and
does it. Parrot, you aro to tnke the
globe. Hunt, you nre to take a liio nud
n bag with you, make two pnrts of the
scepter with the file and put the pints
lu the bag."
"What are you going to take, colonel?" asked a third man, Halloway.
"I shall take the crown. You, Hallo-
way, jjro to remalu outside the Jewel
room and watch. Let each man carry
a cr.no with a sword In It and all the
arms he can conceal In bis clothing,
See to It that these Instructions are
carried out to tbe letter."
"All right, colonel," snld Hunt, "we'll
stand by you and do our parts, bnt I
must say that this, ls the most ambitious move you havo ever made. To
take tbe crown jewels of England from
tbe Tower In broad daylight ahd get
sway with them Is a bigger job than
taking Old Noll's bod. from Westminster abbey,"
*******
It was tho flth of May nt 1 o'clock iu
the morning. Colonel Blood, tho gentleman wbo bad established himself lo
the confidence of tbe Edwards family,
knocked at tbe door of the keeper's
apartments with three companions,
Hunt, Parrot und Halloway. Being admitted, ho apologized for the nonappearance of bis wife und nepbew, saying that tbey would soon arrive. The
friends ho bad with blm desired to see
tbo crown Jewels aud would Mr. Edwards kindly show them while waiting
for tho others? The keeper consented;
tbo party entered tho jewel room, and
the door, as usual, was closed.
In a twinkling the keeper was on the
floor houud aud gagged. But he straggled and was stabbed. Parrot, wbo
had worn a loose pair of breeches purposely, thrust the globe In his pocket.
Blood crushed tbe crown to Bave bulk
ind put It under his cloak, while Hunt
begun to lilo tbe scepter iu two parts
to got it Into tbo bag.
While this scene wns being enacted
u young soldier from tbe British army
In Elnndcrs entered tho Tower gate and
went to tbe apartment of the keeper.
Throwing open the door, he tool; his
mother Into his arms and then embraced his sister.
"Where's father?" he asked.
"He's ln the Jewel room with some
visitors."
"What's that?" exclaimed the young
mau, hearing a cry, aud, without waiting to say more to bis mother and sister, ran to the jewel room. Just before he passed in the visitors pnssed
out.   Tbe young mnn found bis father
"Ah, I care for you, dear, not for
wealth," answered Angelina, rapturously.
"And we nliall have to begin our
married life very humbly," be continued.
"What care I how humbly?" was
e. heroic response. "A small cot-
tago In some secluded spot, with
dematie climbing over the door, and
a rose-clad summer-house, In which
we may sit and talk���jour Angy asks
for nothing more."
"But, darling, 1 am afraid It won't
run to i   cottage.    Two rooms and
ltchen, perhaps, somewhere near the
office, where rents are cheap, an . ���"
A clcud came over (he scene.
Angelina is still free.
P-kln's Temple of Heaven.
China's famous Temple of Heaven
was formerly visited once a year by
the emperor to glvo an account of
his empire and its affairs during tho
previous twelve, months. This wns
set forth in writing, and tho manuscripts were then placed ln the
furnace and in that way consigned
to the emperor In heaven. The
Temple of Heaven is one of the most
beautiful and interesting ��� sights of
picturesque 1'ekin. The walls inclosing the temple, the royal apartments, the altar and tbe grounds are
three miles in circumference, and the
white marble structures with their
blue and green procelaln tiles have
to be seen to be appreciated.
This Side Up.
This story Ib told of a well-known
Impressionist artist. A man wbo
had brought one of bis paintings
wished his opinion on the hanging
of the picture and Invited him to
dine. The artist expressed hie approval of the background, of the
height at which the canvas was
hung, pronounced tbe light favorable
���indeed, he Bald, there was only
one particular in which he would
suggest any change.
"And what Is that?" inquired his
host, solicitously.
"Why," said the artist, "I should
bang it the other side up. I always
bave,"
A Man's Tact.
Nobody but Mr. Henley would
have asked such a question in tbe
first place.
"MIsb Falrley," he said, "if you
could make yourself over what kind
of hair and eyes would you have?"
"If 1 could make myself over,"
said MisB Eairlcy, "I would look just
exactly as I do now."
"You would " exclaimed Henley
In honest surprise, aud to this day
he can't understand why Miss Fair-
ley thinks him a man of little taste
and less tact.
New Iron Kettles.
The best way to prepare a new Iron
kettle tor use is to (ill It vith clean'
potato'peelings, boll them for an hour
or more, then wash the kettle wlt'u
hot water, wipe it . ry and rub it with
a iittle lard; repeat the rubbing for
half a dozen times after using. In
tbis way you will prevent ruBt and all
annoyances liable to occur with the
uso of a new kettle.
write a word  of farewell.     I  want j
you to help my widow nnd my boy-- i
your godson.    We are showing that
Englishmen can slill die With a bold
Spirit, lighting It out to Ihe end.    It.!
will be known lhat wc have accoin-
pllshod our object   In   reaching  iho'
pole, and that we have doue every-
thing  possible,  ovon  to  sacrificing
ourselves, in order to save sick companions.    I think thai   ibo  country j
ought to help those who are left be-j
hind to mourn us.    Good-bye.   I am.
not at all afraid or the end, but sad
to  miss   many  a  bumble  pleasure
Which I had platimd for the future
on our long   man lies.    I   may   not
have proved a great explorer, but wo j
have dono tho greatest  march ever
mado and come very near to great j
success.    Good-bye. my dear friend, i
"We are very near the end,  but!
have not and will not lose oor good j
cheer.    We have  had  four days of
storm   in   our   lent   and   iiowhirc's
food or fuel.    Wo did intend to finish ou selves   when   thinga   proved
like this, but wo have decided to die
naturally in the track.    As i>. dying
man, my dour friend, be good to my
wife and   child.    Give   tbo   boy   a
chance in life if (he stale won't do
It.    He ought lo have good stuff   *r.
him. * * * I never met a man In my
life    whom   I   admired   and   loved
more than   you, but   I never   could
show you how much yonr triondiWp
meant to tne, for you had much to
give and 1 nothing-"
Stage Superstitions.
Tbe Ill-fortune which has led for
tbo second time to the peremptory
closing of the London Opera House
will go far to substantiate (he superstitions of stage folk. Adorn have
their own peculiar code of fanclcs.
You must not whistle in lhe dressing room, under penalty of being
th-ust out (whatever your deshabille) to turn round tbree times In
the passage before regaining admittance. For to whistle ls to Invite
bad luck for "the show." Again In
rehearsal the Ing, or final words of
the play must never be uttered. And
you must not open an umbrella on
the stage. Many other things are
regarded as ominous in stageland, so
can you wonder that. Maiden lane
shook Its head when the London
Opera House was opened on Nov.
13, 1911? There wfs confirmation
when Mr. llammerstc i closed It on
the thirteenth of a month���July 13,
191
First Dublin Strike.
Probably the fir3t Dublin strike
occurred about 100 years ago, when
the piers of Kingstown harbor were
being constructed. The ��� material
was raised in the granite quarries
at Killlney, close by, ond "coasted"
down a tramway. Major Sirr, wbo
played a notorious part lu Dublin
during the Insurrection of 1798, was
walking up tbe tramway when he
heard a discharge of artillery. He
turned round Just as n loaded wagon
was started, and being right in the
way would have been killed but for
the promptness of tbe brakeman.
When the news reached the quarries
there was an Instant strike. The
workmen insisted on the dismissal
of the brakeman on the ground tbat
"it was none of his business to save
the major's lite."���London Daily
Chronicle.
Inquiring to Know.
"You're a smart man, nnd I want you
on the floor covered with blood, bound j to answer me a question." said tbe
nnd gagged, but able to make a guttural sound. Pointing to tho door, his
son understood what ho meant, and,
running after the thieves, shouted to
Ihe guard to stop tbem. Tbey were
nil taken and the regalia found on
theni.
"It was n bold attempt," said Blood,
"bnt It was for a crown."
It would seem tbat there was nothing more to our story but to mention
the banging of Colonel Blood and bis
assistants at Tyburn. But the close,
though not exciting, Is tho most re-
boob.
"Shoot it." responded the wise guy.
"Is an inquisitive man a questions
ble character?" asked tho boob,���Cincinnati Enquirer.
Proof.
"Do you think tho horse has been
superseded by the automobile?"
"I'm sure of It" replied young Mrs.
Torkins. "Since Charley bought a motorcar be can't afford to bet on a horse
race."���T .ulsville Courier-Journal
To Slop Violence.
The Bengal Government hns announced tbat In view of tbe continuance of political and other dacoity In
India, gun licences will be freely Issued to merchaU_ and other men of
good standing in the rural districts,
on condition that they employ pensioned sepoys  as   armed watchmen.
There has beeu an  Increase in  the
number of murders in Bengal, the inspector-general reports; ant ho men-
Ions that in many cases the crime is
ommitted on the slightest provoca-
ton.   The following instance Is -.iv-
n: A man threatened tbat he would
lisinherlt his son-in-law, who there-
lpon hired someone to murder him.
fen rupe.s   ($3.75)   was   the price
isked nnd given.
Some Names.
Goose, Gosling and Jocelyn as surnames are corruptions of a wora
which originally denoted the Goths.
The first Mr. Gander was an Individual called "tbe wolf," whilo tl e original" Mr. Duck was a "doughty" man.
Seme Rteipee From a Recently lui_-
Ceokbook.
The latest addition to culinary literature contnins a recipe for browa
breed, contributed by tbe former
Mrs. Cleveland: "Take one bowlful
of Indian meal, one bowlful of rye
flour and one bowlful of sour milk, one
large cupful of mobilises, one teaspooa-
ful of salt. Steam for two and a hall
hour* and bake from twenty minute.
to half nn hour, depending upon the
heat of tbe oven.
Mrs. William Jennings Bryan gtvea
��� recipe for strawberry conserve thai
sounds very good. Four boxes ol
strawberries and ono pineapple are required. Crush the berries a little. Pul
pineapple througb a meat grindur, _.
ing coarsest wheel. Place pineapple
over slow fire until juice comes out|
add berries. If there docs not seem
to be juice enough to keep fruit from
burning add a little water. Wben the
fruit Is tender add sugar to taste. Boll
down to the thickness desired. Stis
constantly.
Mrs. Albert Sidney Burleson, wife el
the postmaster general, Is a native ot
Texas, und she hns given a recipe for
genuine Texas corn bread.   She saye:
"Tbe best corn bread In the world
Is made of simple cornmeal scalded
with a little boiling water and thinned wltb cold water; salt and melted
lard, two tablespoonfuls to a cupful ol
meal. Bake In a shallow pan Inside
the oven or on a griddle on top of the
stove. We never cut corn bread made
lu any other way."
Very quaint aro tbe recipes furnished by Mrs. Champ Clark, wife of the
speaker of tbe bouse of representatives, for some of tbem date back la
revolutionary days. Here (a one: " _e
dress beet sufficient for two gen__
men, wltb a fire made of two new_>
papers.
"Let the beef be cut in slices sat
put on a pewter platter. Pour on w��r
te_ sufficient to cover tbe slices, saM
and pepper to taste and cover wtti
another platter, Inverted. Place tto
dish upon a stool, bottom upward, tto
legs of sucb a length as to raise tto
platter several Inches from the board.
Cut tbe newspapers Into stripe, light
with a candle and apply them gradual*
ly, so as to keep a low fire under tto
whole dish. When the paper ta all
done the steak will be done. Bnttat
uiay be applied so as to make tt grate*
ful."
Mrs. Clark le also the happy i
sor of Martha Washington's recipe 1
pear preserves:
"Ye pears should be very
Wasbe and put ybem into boiling Ij*
for a minute. Remove and place yhea
In cold water. Next pot ye fruit lnte_
prepared slrupe of sugar and water.
Use half a pound of sugar for evea)t
pound of ye fruit: water to _l_so_n_
Now cook for a quarter of an
Remove and put on plants ts i
Boylo sugar down to one-half Ita <
lnal quantetle. Put ye slrupe and I
Into Jan and add brandy. Beal w_
botte."
Mrs. Josephus Daniels, wife ot fl��
secretary of tbe navy, is a native-ef
North Carolina, and she gives 1gg��
recipe for tbe famous North CaroUaa
white fruit cake.   It is as foUows:
Cream together one pound of butts
and one pound of sugar. Add tto
beaten yolka of ten eggs, two grata
cocoanuts, two pounds ot citron, slice*
thin and cut ln little pieces; one pound
of almonds, blanched and broken k_
small pieces. Dredge fruit with flow.
Flavor wltb mace and nutmeg and a
wineglassful of brandy. Fold in tto
well beaten whites of the egg*. a__
as for pound cake.
Scalloped Oysters.
Drain the liquid from a quart ��f
stewing oysters and set it aside, la
tbe bottom of a buttered bakedlak.
strew a layer of crushed cracker
crumbs; season wltb paprika and salt!
dot with butter and wet with oystef
liquor and milk In equal quantities.
Next put e layer ot oysters, seasoned
in like manner, tben more crumbs, proceeding thus until tbe dish is full et
you bave used np all the materials.
Tbe top layer abould be crumbs with a
double allowance of butter. Pour (ft
tbe rest of tbe liquor, cover closely sad
bake. At the end of half an hour ef
wben tbe surface begins te bubble-_���
move the cover end brown lightly.
After exhaustive, researches in Paris
a famous French scientist has recommended a diet equally divided between
meats nnd vegetables as tbe best for
working people.
Couldn't Scream.
"I was afraid you'd scream when 1
kissed you."
"1 didn't date. Mamma was In tto
text room and wnnld bave heard n__*.
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THURSDAY," APRIL 16, 1911
Local Lines
G
LAZO
eneral Store
For Choice
Family Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
and
Hardware
Mr. H. Winningham's two children arrived iu town last week.
Horace MePhce was at Denman
Island on Tuesday nttet ding a
Liberal rally at that place.
Robt. Thompson returned from
Victoria on Monday where he had
been for a couple of weeks.
Mr. Brewster, who is touring the
province iu the Liberal interests i.s
expected to be in Courtenay in the
near future.
Mr. Dunhohn, local manager of
the telephone company, is at Victoria this week bringing his family
to town.
Mr, Geo. Jefferies left on Tuesday morning for Penhold, Alberta,
where he will engage in farming on
a large scale,
Robt. Scanlon, J. McDonald, H, ttrer. Rev. C. II. Heustis, western
R. Beltings and M. Town came secretary of the Alliance was
over from Powell River by the present and delivered a short
launch Robt. Lee, and spent the.address,
holidays here.
OUR MOTTO
One   Price   to  Ail
THE LOWEST
At a meeting held iu the Presbyterian church on Monday evening, a branch of the Lord's Day
Alliance was formed. Mr. Win.
Duncan was elected president, the
clergymen of towu vice-presidents,
and J. W, Cairo!! secretary-treas-
Mcssrs Chistie and Tarric, two
cattle buyers from Vancouver, who
bought 2i bead of cattle at Mr.
Jefferies sale, reported that one was
missing after they got them home
at Vancouver,
At the police court last week M.
Quinn was fined ,.50 aud costs or
sixty days for beating his wife.
There are a number of other gentry
of that like hereabouts who had
better take warning.
The Cow Testing Association
has beeu formed, and the Government's representative is already at
work iu tlie valley, about thirty
fanners will have their herds
tested.
The football game held on Good
Friday afternoon between Cumberland nnd Courtenay, ended in favor
of the former by four goals to one.
The game started at 2,45. Cumberland won the toss and played
with the wind and the sun behind
them. The visitors pressed from
the start, and after fifteen minutes
play opened the scoring. The
most of the goals scored were easy
aud hard to save, owing to their
fluky nature, one glancing off the
full back. Courtenay, while not
doing brilliant had some excellent
players among the eleven, Dargie
the two Sutherland.*, "Micky "and
Chns Callin, were the  stars,    '['he
LADLE'S DEPT.
Shadow Lace Camisoles
Man Tailored Shirtwaists
Special showing thi. week of
Frillings in White and Cream
Shadow Lace, Printed Chiffon
Printed Crepes and Cream
Shadow Lace with Fur Edging
from 25c  to 90c per yard
Novelties in Ladie's Fringed
Silk Crepe Four-in-hand Ties,
Plain and Embroidered Linen
Rcbspierre Collars
EATSER MILLINERY
Ladie . Dorothv Do dd Queen
Quality Shoes with New Re-
ceediug Tee, in Plain Kid
and Voge, in Black Tan and
White
P err ins' Guaranteed Kid
Gloves in fashionable shades
A meeting to organize a baseball! balance of the team did their best,
club was held .at the office of the' nnd should improve.with practice.
Builder's Supplv Co., a few days Cairns is a promisiug player, aud
II. Mclutyre was elected I Calhoun will  improve  in  future.
ago.    j.
President, and IL L, Fraser secretary, Mr. _. Faber will manage the
team- A Held lias been rented from
Mr. J. McPhee next to the condensory on Mill .St., and which will
require considerable fixing to make
suitable for games. A committee
Will wait on the business men and
other citizens shortly for lhe necessary funds.
loiin win improve in
The game was enjoyed by the large
turnout of inspectors. Half the
city of Cumberland came down to
see the game The team was as
follows:--- Goal, Hcartly; Backs,
Dargie and Callin; Halfbacks,Den-
hohn, Camp!1.11, Cairns; Forwards,
McCall, Sutherland, Sutherland,
"Micky," Calhoun. Referee, C.
Campbell.
_-���   ���_)   . -
Overlooking
Comox
Harbor
witli its snow clad mountains in thu back ground, sea nud green fic-lil. in
the foreground, it makes a picture worth painting
We asked vou some months ago  to
WATCH   IT   GROW
which is now an assured fart
We have onK a few waterfrontage lols unsold, so if you want to spend
a good time with your family this coming summer
E eating Bathing and Fishing
Do not delay seeing us. The youngsters do nothing but talk about Roys
Beach from tiie lime they leave till they get back there again
Ring up .36
British Columbia Investments Ltd.
HARRY IDIENS, Manager
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Shape Straw Hats-
W. G.&R. Fast Colour Shirts
newest styles in Close Fitting
Collars, also the Long Point
Duke and Earle Cellars in
Plain and Self Striped
Spring and Summer Underwear,   Light    and    Medium
Weights, Elastic Ribbed $1
per suit
MADE-TO-MEASURE   CLOTHING
Satisfaction Guaranteed,
Samples of the Newest Patterns   in   Worstecl   Tweeds
and Serges
Exclusive Selections in Easter
Neckwear
Perrins' Kid Gloves in  Tans
and Greys
New Spring Styles in | George
A. Slater's "Invictus" Shoes
"The Best Good Shoe"
Campbell's
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You
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Good
Clothing
If so (lo mine to ns before
selecting yonr New Summer Suit. We can show
you 400 samples of tho
Newest Materials for Sunt'
mer Suits
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Loggie Bros.       Phone 34
The  Corner  Store,  Sandwick
First Class Groceries, Boot-, Shoes,.
Dry Goods, Hardware, Etc.
As in the past year we are always ready to attend
promptly to your order whether it be small or large
Call and see us or ring up
Telephone   4
Parkin Bros.
Proprietors
NOTICE!
Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Lands
Every conveyance from the Esquimalt & Nanaimo
Railway Company, not already registered, should
be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May
31st, next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act
Amendment Act 1914.
I. H. SOLLY,
Land Agent
World's Largest Apple*    i
Some weeks ago a British paper
announced lliat the "large ,t apple
in the world" was grown last summer at King's Aere, Hereford, England Tlie variety was Gloria
jMuudi, and the specimen weighed
32 1-2 ounces. "Tlu* above claim"
writes the Sydney Morning Herald,
will not stand. "Two years ago
au apple was shown in Sydney
which was grown by Mr. Frank
Clarke, Woodside, Rylstoue. It
was a Lord Russell variety, aud
weighed 33 1-2 ounce or an ounce
more than the apple referred to
above. At the lime it was claimed
to be the heaviest apple ever grown,
and apparently it still holds the
record."
The following letter has- been
received by a gentleman of this
district. Does anyone know who
this firm is?
The  Comox Comorom Specialists
Island Cauada.
Sirs:���It served me with, greatest
when your name aud address were
learnt from a friend to which i
have this day addressing you a
letter for one of your best catalogues
as I hear you are one of best powerful men at home.
RESTMORE
HOTEL
COURTENAY   -   B.C.
The Most Home-Like Hotel North
of Victoria
Best of Attention Given to Guests
Rates Reasonable
Faber &  Faber, Props.
Tel.-phone 35
I am a native of Ashanti Coom-
assie, aud I shall render vou .my
utmost aud sincere thanks to you,
if one of your catalogues is sent to
me; because I am in need of your
catalogue. Wish you all prosperous I
in the world, I remain yours very^
truly.
WlI.UAM ARTHUR'
Care, of Millers Ltd., Coomassie.
19.2.14- THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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of the
Open
Comes with the months of spring and at Plimley's
everything is ready for tlie cyclist and the motorist.
The I9I.1 "Indian" Motorcycle, the 1914 "Overland"
Cars and the New Cycle Models by lhe world's
leading makers all await your choice. Send for free
catalogue [today
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YATES
ST.
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VICTORIA,  B.  C.
727-735
JOHNSON
ST.
PERCY  WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.   Best
Quality Wines Liquors aud Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
For Sale Cheap
3 Second Hand Marine Engines. Also some used motor
hull, row boats, skiffs, etc.
Butteries and Marine
Supplies kept in stock
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
C. E. Tildesley
D.   _..  Ln 5.
SURVEYS, DRAUGHTING
DESCRIPTIONSfor DEEDS
Apply at
Riverside Hotel,    Courtenay
ress and
Stables
Exp
Dray
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTENAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Be*t Meals North of Naniauio
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation       Cusine Excellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard _ Harness Emporium
Fine Showing o(  Horse  Blankets,   Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
R. N.  Fitzgerald
Contractor and Builder
Plans  and   Estimates Furnished,
First   Class   Workmanship and
Materials Guaranteed
Established Resident of Courtenay
COURTENAY, B. C.
���T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Another Industry
For Courtenay
Box 124      Courtenay
Palaee Livery
&Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Kates
We also attend to wood hauling
JAS.   CAIRNS &  SON   1
Proprietors
Courtenay Phone as
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but thi BE3T WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Embalmers
Night or Day Calls promptly
Attended
Phone 27
Courtenay
$30,000   Milk   Condensory
Ready to Start Operations
May the 1st
Another industry is about to
commence in Courtenay, which
will bo added to the "Mnde in Comox" list, viz. The Courtenay
Milk Condensory, which will open
its doors for business, nbout the 1st
of   Mny.    As   everybody    knows,
condensed or canned milk hns a
large demand in the new districts
and among the logging and construction camps.
20,000 lbs. Per Day Capacity
The plant being established here,
is fully as large as any on tlie Canadian coast, aud has a capacity of
20,000 pounds of milk per clay,
With the establishment of so
large a condensory in this district,
and the guarantee of the Company
to pay at least 4()c in summer and
45c per pound, butter fat, during
the winter, months, the Ranchers
of the Valley and adjoining Islands,
have a bright future, in that a
permanent market is assured for
as much milk as they can produce.
When properly prepared the milk
will keep from four to five years.
The idea of starting here originated with the Company last October, and after interviewing the
fanners of the Valley, found there
would be au ample supply, the
milk from nearly five hundred cows
being promised, if the company
built a suitable condensory.
They immediately got busy and
purchased an acre and a half of
ground from Jos, McPhee along
the river bank at the end of Mill
Street, where they have erected a
fine building, 40 by 180 feet, fully
equipped with the most modern
machinery for condensing -milk
made, including a 130 light dynamo.
The milk from 500 cows being
delivered daily at the factoty will
necessitate the employment of
about fifteen hands, all of them
"white,"and most of them local.
The engine room is a substantial
brick structure with cement floor,
of modern construction and design.
The boiler is 135 horse power, and
carries 135 lbs, of steam, and is
fully equipped with boiler feed
water heater, etc A 20 h. p.
engine drives the machinery and
dynamo, the pumps being driven
by steam. One pump throws 200
gallons of water per minute, the
other 15���- ga_oi.s per minute, the
large "moose" vaccum pump 1000
gallons per minute.
The milk when taken from the
wagons, is first run into the
weitrhing scales, then strained,
then pumped up stairs into two
large storage tanks of 3 tons capacity each, front there it is conveyed
to two large copper boiling kettles,
where it comes to a boil and from
there goes into a copper vaccum
pan at a temperature of 212F.,
when it is reduced to half the
quantity, the water passing
through the condensor and the
milk and solids staying in the pan.
The pan weighs three tons and is
of solid copper, the condensor
weighs three-fourths of a tc i nnd
is also of copper. After the \__er
is taken out of the milk it is then let
into another tank, from which it is
taken over copper coolers into another storage tank, until it is cooled
to about fifty degrees, when it goes
from there into a solid brass filler,
which fills twenty-four cans at one
opeia'.ion. After being filled Jthe
cans go into the crimping machine
which puts the covers on at the
rate of 48 per minute.
After the cans are capped they
are placed in a large iron retort
where it is again cooked for about
three quarters of an hour at a tem-
preature of 240 degrees F.
After being taken out of the
retort it. is then taken into the stock
room where it stands for three
weeks before being labeled, at the
end of that time each can is tested
separately and any defective cans
are thrown out, then it is labeled
by girls and put into cases ready for
shipment.
'Hie factory was planned erected
aud superintendancy of Mr. D-
J. Bubar, the manager, aud cost in
the neighbourhood of $30,000,
It is thoroughly lighted and ventilated, modem, compact and perfectly sanitary. The arrangements
for handling the product are very
convenient and labour saving.
Tlie grounds are tastefully laid_out
with gravelled driveways and
lawns, in which 30 poplar trees
have been planted, a neat picket
fence along the front, while the
back is enclosed by   a  wire  fence.
While the price of milk may
fluctuate, the Company guarantees
to pay at least 40c during the
summer months, and 45c per lb.
butter fat during the winter months
They also furnish the cans free,
and take the milk from the gate,
and pay for the milk at the end of
each rhonth.
As soon as a can of milk is
dumped into the scales a sample of
it is taken and tested by the Bab-
cock method.
Any samples of milk brought to
the factory by the patrons will be
tested free of charge any time.
The company is composed of
such well known business men as
Robt. Kelly, R. W. Cromie, W. F.
Stewart, C. Marpole and others.
Mr. Bubar, tlie manager, will be
pleased to show any rancher or
visitor through the plant at any
time, It will be an hour well
spent.
��� a    1
At Mr. Jefferies sale some of the
cows brought as high as _ 125, wdiile
the average was about $85.
In North and South, in East
and West,
Aston's Handmr . eSKoes will
stan I the Test.
J. I__.  AS TO \
GO WITH Till, i      .CII TO
Potters Pc ' n.oom
CANDIES, CI    _RS md
SOFT DR1 >^
J. POTTER, Proprietor
new England hotel
CUMBERLAND
Bar supplied with th
Liquors and C!
JOS. WA.KBB       - I'ropnel
Leroy S. Cokely
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NOTICE
The next Court of Revision will be
held early iu November, 1914. All who
have not already got tlieir names on the
Voters' List, should make application at
once.
If you  are  registered   in  any   other
district, apply for transfer.
Frank D. Cameron
Hon. Sec. Comox District
Central Conservative Assn.
Dominion  a:
Land Surveyor
Office in Capt, Beadui .    I
COURTENAY
OPENING
Of Tailoring and Gen's' Fumisihing
Store in premises!..  :J ,__pied
by J. Young P' ���      -'
Suits made _o ordei       ��22.00 up
Pants made tn or,!
Overcoats made to order 17. in up
A nice line ot Gents    Furnishings, In
derwear, Overslurts, S   '     Su ���   n���'. ������
Overalls,   Btc.   come
and Wool mix. 1 Uude   .
the market
T. D. HIND - rrop.
Wood!_Wood!
Price $4.50 pe* load
or cord delivered
Price $3.25 per Los d
in the bush
D. CUDMORE  -  Courtenay
Try an Ad. in The Review
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B.  LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder
COURTENAY
LaFOREST & FORTUNE
General Blacksmiths
Agents for a full line of Farm Implements All Work Ouaranti c'
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
Next to Livery Stable Comox, B. C
GARDEN TOOLS
Spades, long or short handle, $1.00
Forks, long handle $ 1.4 0
Forks, long handle $1.50
Hoes, at 50,60 and 75 each
Rakes, at 40, 50, 60, 75, 85 and $1
Wheelbarrows, each $5.00
Rose Spray, 35 and SO per bottle    Soluble Sulpbur Tree Spray
The Best for all Fruit Trees
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY  -  and  -  CUMBERLAND THE REVIEW. COUKTENAY. B.C.
The
jArchaeologistji
I  llow a l_iiulit Received a  J
��� #
��� Pardon ami Employment   ���
Ily P. A. MITCHEL
I io do! liesltuto to Bay thai to inan.v
educated persons Itoiuo Is tlio moil Interesting 'iiy in hi,, world. . in- scattered over _ut'opo tho seeds of our re-
Union, siio forraulntod our laws.
[lardy in tier prlrao, she mingled ber
blood wIUj barbarlana who, when bit.
became old and foeblo, Inherited her
early hardihood of brnln and bod. and
begat the l-_ir.pe.-in ol today.
From my childhood I wished to visit
Home. As boys study with u view to
nu object, such ns a profession or a
business, I .studied with U view to visiting tho Etornnl City. 1 learned to
spent Italian and I.ntiu. I read tlio
books of Itomnn writers that bnvo
beon preserved to us for twenty centuries In tbo language In which tbey
�� ere written.
What gave direction to my desires
was reading of the busty burial of
i-orlis of art to hide tbem from tho
"rOD _I_.N   tOD  DEMAND  A   RANSOM OJf
100.000 Fluxes."
overpowering barbarians: Not a year
pusses without some statue being dug
from beneath the surface ln or about
Home, 1 was myself seined with u de
eire to find some of the treasures thnt
ndorned ltome In the days of her gran,
dour My object In life mny not buve
been practical, but It Is not only practical objects that ure absorbing.
I was uot permitted to visit tbe land
of my dreams until I was twenty-seven
years old. Then 1 found myself ln pos
session of property which gave nie un
Income of a few thousand; n year.
Within a month nfter the receipt of
my patrimony I was lu ltome.
1 bad been more than a year In Rome
and had studied the references to a
number of villus thnt llnd been the residences of ancient Itomnus with a view
to selecting oue to search for Finally
I stumbled on a record of a very rich
man, Manilas (Julutus 1'iso, wbo had
mado his money as an auctioneer
Mention was made of n mania coining upon hiiaafter be acquired wealth
for collecting beautiful works of art.
The author I read stated thnt his villa
contained more valuable statues than
any other of his time. Among others
vas mentioned a statue of Diana that
hnd cost Its owner a fabulous sum
The locution of the villa was given us
among the hills lying to the south of
Hume across the Cainpagnil. A small
Btronm flowed past It; a high bill was
dirctly behind It. There were other
references to the contour of the surrounding country calculated to help
���no searching for the site These I
���tudlod and. not content with one reference, hunted till 1 found another description of the vllln ns It had been before its destruction during one of the
earlier Invasions of the (ioths.
When I bad got nil the information
possible on tbe subject I packed digging Implements In my trtink-l did
not dare to let It be known that I was
going to muke eicnvntlons-and went
by tho electric railway to _ rascatl.
Which I made my headquarters I set
out from there the next morning with
my Implements rolled In a steamer rug
bound by a shawl sirup.
I Bpent a week hunting for a location
that fitted tbe description I hnd gained
from tho books 1 had read Then 1
���pent another week doing some surface
excavating. I was digging, the third
Week, on a ipot which I thought war
tented more attention than the others
i|-hen something happened.
___J_oorl"'
Tile voice cnnif ft.m, imllllld ine. I
turned ijuickly und saw a man stand-
In^ wltb a rfflo In his hands, which ho
could bring to his shoulder in a moment. I had been nwnre of the danger
attending being out alone In the conn
(ry In Italy and hnd a revolver strung
to each hip. Hut before I could use
either of them I would be killed The
man covering ine was so respectable
looking Unit I could not realize at once
that he was n bundlt. Hut Ile would
have had no object In being ready to
shoot mo If he were not
"I presume," bo said In excellent
Italian, "thai you are doing nrohaco
loglcal work. Arn yon aware thnt er-
cnvatlona are in the hands of lhe government.';" _   )
"I nm," I replied, "but I am hoping
lo make a discovery that will surprlsu
tbe government ami thin gain Immunity from having broken Hie law."
"1 sympallilze with you. slgnor, but
ns n good clti/.en It Is my duty to Inform upon yon."
"What sum would Induce you to refrain?"
"Vou nre an American. I fancy, from
your looks, your dress and the accent
with which you speak Itallau, Americans arc all very rich."
"1 have but lO.OIK) francs a year."
���That Implies n capital of 200,000
francs. Surely yon eau divide with
one who bas been unfortunate."
"You mean. 1 suppose, (lint I am Iu
your power, and you demand a ransom
of lOO.OOO francs?"
"Vou bnvo stated the case correctly."
I stood thinking for a few minutes
what I could do. 1 bad no funds In
Italy. Tbo Interest on my money Invested In America was sent me quarterly. I bad spent nearly all of my
funds of the present quarter, nud It
would be two mouths before 1 received
another remittance. 1 explained this
to the bandit, but It did not appear to
make much Impression upon him.
"I have never seen an Italian bandit," I said, "but you don't fulfill my
Idea of ono. Vou look Mice a gentleman."
I thought I could see blm wince.
"You nre a gentleman," 1 continued.
"who has met with misfortune."
"You are right, slgnor."
"May 1 nsk the cause of your being
what you are?"
"Games of hazard. I was Intending
to follow n line something like that
you nre enguged In, but 1 not only lost
my patrimony; 1 lost money for others.
I became nn outcast."
There wns a tinge of sadness in his
tone as he spoko this which induced
mc to proceed:
"Flow would you like (o return for a
brief season (o your original or your
Intended occupation? 1 believe that I
am on the track of a burled villa that
formerly contained valuable works of
art I would be happy to havo you
lolu me."
nis eye lighted up. The Italian,
whatever he Is. Is artistic In bis tastes,
ar.d In this man was added the fervor
of nn archaeologist I saw that be
would love to take n brealhlng spell
I'rom robbery In n work he loved.
"Whose villa are you bunting for?"
no nsked.
"Mniillus Qnlntus I'iso's."
"Wbat diilu have yon?"
I gave blm the two authors who bad
written descriptions of (he villa.
"There Is another reference," he
said. "I came upou It when I was be-
-'Inning the study of archaeology "
He remembered the description given
by an author with whom I was not familiar and repented it to me verbatim
In the Latin vernacular. I saw at once
that with the two I bad It would tiring
mc much nearer the exact spot for
which I was looking
"Come," I said, turning my back to
him, "take these weapons from my bell
and do what yon like wllh them. Then
loin me We arc very near (he loca
(Ion of (he Piso villa, bnt not quite.
We must go southward about 80(1
yards."
lie nstounded me by telling me to
keep my weapons and. uncocking his-
rllle. ailing It on his hack. Then we
started out to pace the BOO yards, mov
ing at nu angle wilb each other of
about twenty live degree's After pae
Ing the distance each began to din
We found nol blm; but dirt where we
began, but we made together some
fifty holes In an nr��� of aboul a (hmi
sand feet In circumference About sun
set I heard uiy companion call to me
I went to him and found (hat lie had
come upon a pavement. He bad been
digging In n depression nnd bad gone
down nbout four feet from the surface.
Fortunately the moon rose before tho
sun set, and, anxious to go ns far as
possible with our work before attracting attention, we began to throw op
dirt In earnest. It was soon evident
from the marble pavement we uncovered that we bad struck something fine
and had not gone far before we came
to what proved to be the Impluvluni
(baslm, which was In the center of all
antique Itoman bouses. Hut at the
time we exhumed only a small portion
of It By midnight we hnd come upou
several statues, but Ihey were broken
In small bits. We worked on. nnd by
dawn 1 struck a pair of marble feet.
Carefully removing the earth from
about a statue lytug flat on the ground.
1 came upon a quiver and a bow The
drapery wns feminine. 1 hurried on,
hoping thnt I bud strur I: tho Diana of
which l diiu reau. si) no|n _ were cou-
firmed ou reaching the head, where
above tho forehead wo found (ho star
./hi. Ii always accompanied representations of) his divinity.
That wns as far as we deemed it
prudent to go. I believed thnt the discovery we had made would greatly Interest the government, to which I proposed (o (urn It over. After receiving
Information about my companion (bat
would enable me to find hlni I hurried
(o Home and to Iho ofiice of the official
Chanted with excavations, lie listened
to my Btory with wonder .-iltd delight
and when 1 had finished asked mo
what I would expect for my find.
I told blm of the bandit by whom i
had been aided, and If the government
would pardon blm and give him some
position that would enable him to
make an holiest living I would feel repaid for my discovery.
There Is nothing more to tell except
that the statue we unearthed proved
a splendid work of nrl and was very
little damaged. It was removed til
the new gallery on the Dsqulllne hill
opened by (he government. The bandit received his pardon and employ
m.mt in tho archaeological department
of the government
Sufficiently Informed.
Representative Underwood said ef
the worldlluess of Iho modern girl:
"I havo Just hoard of an episode Illustrating (he modern gtrl'a worldll-
ness.
"A young man said to a very beautiful girl:
" 'Miss Winchester���Muriel���I Bin
not rich, -tit'-
"Witb n slight gesture of her white
hand (he girl silenced bim.
"'That will do, Mr. Unzebiierc,' she
said. 'No!' "���Washington Star.
HE DI0NT LIKE DRIPPING.
Wa* It?
"I gave Waller a beautiful necktie of
my own make for a birthday present,"
snld Mabel.
"Was be pleased?"
"Oh, yes; he said its beauty shall be
for uo other eyes than bis own. Wasn't
that lovely of blm?"���Lippincolt's.
A Near Collision.
BUI���Was he over In a rallrood accident?
Jill-Yes, but ho came out all right.
"What was ;t?"
"He proposed marriage to a girl on a
train aud sho refused him."���Yorkers
Statesman,
An Honest Answer.
���ludgc-Hnvo you ever deceived your
wife?
Defendant���Well, your honor. I've
often dissembled to the extent of trying to nppear more amiable than I
really felt.-New York Mall.
Wise Little Harold.
"Harold, you mustn't ent all (he peanuts, even if you arc pretending to be
a monkey. Yon must give sister some."
"But. mother, I'm pretending she's
some kind o' animal wot doesn't eat
peanuts."���Life.
The New Test.
"May I marry your daughter?"
"Are your exemptions from the In-
eome tax sufficient to enable you to
support ber in tbe style to which sbe
ls accustomed?���Buffalo Express.
A Wonder.
Rlggs-Oh, yes; he's an expert on
economy.
Brings-Yeahl Why, that fellow can
cover three slices of bread with oni-
chip of restaurant butter!���Pittsburgh
I'ress.
Insinuation.
Sbo-Tho speaker at our club today
told of a lot of things wo poor wives
go through.
Ile-Did she mention their bus
band's pockets?���Boston Globe.
Tho ancient Romans tit one time
knew a Venus the Bald. The goddess
iviih worshiped by that name ln a particular temple after the Invasion of
the Gauls, the reason assigned for this
strange fact In antiquity having been
that the brave women of Rome cut off
(heir balr to make bowstrings for tbe
city's defense.
It Certainly Wai.
"Well," snld a farmer to an Irish
man who wns employed on hla farm
"1 hear tbat you hnd a lively little en
counter with my bull yesterday. Who
came off best?"
"Sure, your honor." laid Pat, "It wai
j toss un."���London Telegraph
Hnd Ne Wonder, After He Had Read
About Its Strongth.
What ls dripping?
Everybody knows that dripping ls
supposed to be the Juices, the savory
essences, that fall from roasting meal-
That Is tho supposition But what
really Is dripping the dripping thai,
tbe poor of Kngland buy by tbo pound
and smear upon their bread In lieu of
butter?
The question perhaps will never he
answered, but a partial soluilon ls
given to It by tho fact lhat a London
poorhouse recently bought nt $7 a Ion
thirty-two tons of dripping from-i
_oiip works.
Alfred Noyes used lo tell a dripping
atory.
"A little boy," be would begin, "complained bitterly about tho bread and
dripping that formed his dally break-
fast.
���"It'll kill mc,' ho whined ut last 'I
kno.v It'll kill inc.'
"'Kill you?   What do you menu.
"'Why, I've been feeling pretty bad
lately, nml now I know It's nil Ihls
dripping what's the en USO of lhe trouble.   1 read il In a book.'
"'Some pure food rubbish, 1 dure
say! And what, precisely, did you
rend In this vile book, silly?'
"'I read,' whined Ihe urchin, 'thnt
constant dripping wears uu.iy a
Btooe.' "-t_.chaii.i_.
WASHING DISHES.
There Is an Art In This homely
Everyda Duty.
HUMOR OF A CANNIBAL.
He Enjoyed It Himself, but It Didn't
Tickle the Victim.
A number of natives enine to gleet
us when we landed nt Hun, ;-. FIJI Is-
land, among thorn u few whom ihe
consul seemed to Know. Tbey volunteered to act as escorts for us and by
various expressions tried io convey lhe
tdca that they were glad lo see us.
A school forms one side of Iho
square. Across from this stands tho
council chamber, built on Ihe trench
where lhe bodies wor- roasted for
(heir former feasts. The old headsloiio
against which Cacoban used to dash
the brains of his victims slill slands,
and the anchor and rudder of a French
ship wrecked near Ban lie beside it.
Beneath n picture of Queen Victoria
I saw an old sword swinging. I examined It and found It was n French
weapon, no doubt the arm of tho unfortunate French vessel's commander.
During the time tb! was going on
Jim, Rat ii Kaduvu's servant, who is a
particularly good type of a large, muscular race, approached nie, ran his
hand around my waist and slowly
dowu my thigh and smacked his lips
with a wicked smile. 1 laughed at this
display of aboriginal humor, but not
very heartily, for the sword of (he
French contain still swung before my
,_���<_.���Christian Herald.
Time'For the Actor to Stop.
On the subject of ploying (he same
part over nn Indefinite number of
times David Wnrfield snys;
"Thero Is no such lliing ns playing a
part too long. The mellowing process
should never cease, but if It docs, if
spontaneity fails, if lhe actor feels lhat
ho Is becoming at nil mechanical In
tbe part, be should abandon It ul once
-for his own salvation.
"The surest danger signal Is half
hearted applause. From this tbe actor
knows thnt be bus lost nn essential
quality of (be character, and tho tragedy of It Is he cannot tell what that
quality Is or how lie lost It An actor
may tell a joke a thousand times and
provoke laughter, but suddenly il Calls
of response.   That's..the liuiu fur bim
_ stc*j."���American Maguz!n_
A Cure For Mosquitoes.
i/ho people of Loudon bnvo learned
of nn agreeable wny to keep I heir
houses free from files and mosquitoes.
They burn sandalwood, which has a
pleasing odor, but one that Ibe summer pests much dislike. Tlio Idea
comes from the orient, where It hag
long been practiced.
Tho sandalwood can be bought nl almost any Turkish or.lnpaiie.se Importing house. You prepare It for burning
hy cutllng It Into pieces about half au
Inch thick and threo Inches long and
then' hake or dry It In a slow oven lor
twenty-four hours. You light a piece
of the wood and put It In a metal urn
ur saucer. After It has Ignited well
blow out tho flame and leave the red
ember to smolder until (he woptf ia
wholly consumed.
"It Is very curious to me." said Slithers, "whnt a musical voice Mis. Bright-
eyes has, and yet whenever she speaks
ln French It Is hard und rasping���almost metallic,"
"Oh, that's only natural!" said Bingo
'You see, Mi's. Brighteyes learned
French by phonograph, and she has
mistaken the Imperfections of the records for accent."���Judge.
Immaterial and Irrelevant.
A lawyer of Otnnbn entering nn eat
Ing houso wns immediately approached by a waiter, who observed cheerfully., "1 have frogs' legs, deviled kidneys, pigs' feet and calf's bruins."
"Well," said tbe lawyer sternly,
"you look It But what's that to me?
1 came to eat."��� _l_lad_nh"ln Lcd_��r.
THE     PROPER     EQUIPMENT.
Vhen Washing Cu leVy ft la Always
Best to Dee a Good Silver Soap,
This Method Dooi Away With tbe
Weekly Cleaning.
The art of dlshwnshlug has become
ilmost extinct lu Ibis quick going awe,
-hen the only way lo do a thing is to
lo !( at ouce and have it soon over,
k'et real dishwashing is au art.
Dishwashing requires two dlahpans,
mo in which to wash nnd lhe other to
riii. o tbo dishes; an abundance of
loavy linen towels, some llghtul' ones
.'or glasses, a good dish mop nnd illsh-
���lolhs. The dishcloth should be of
lli'olig linen. Stair crash Is excellent
.'or this purpose, as It will become soft
���noiigh to be Uoxl-lo uud Is very dur-
iblc. Make these Cloths'about ten
.actios long, of narrow crush and hem
them to prevent lhe edges from fraying when tbey arc put through Ihe
Inuudry.
First of all, (he dishes should be
fathered up and properly scraped, then
Held for a moment under (he hot water faucet (o lake off (he llrst coaling
_ grease. Any dishes or knives and
forks used for lish should be carefully
Wiped with paper, as dishcloths are in-
feted by lish Immediately-
Put the dishes in hot suds. Use (he
lish mop freely and (innsfcr theiii to
the other 'pan to be rinsed. Let thll
second pan be very large and havo a
wooden drainer lilted In two Inchci
from tho bottom, so that the boiling
water poured over the dishes will
drain off them. This Is the best an|
infest wny of draining.
Iu washing the silver use a ellvel
soap and thus avoid tho weekly silvef
Cleaning (Iny, with tbe added Induce,
metit that the silver is constantly
bright
Wash spiders, pots and kettles sepi
irately and with un iron dishcloth.
Pots and kettles should bo washed in.
side and outside and thoroughly wiped
before being set away. Tbe codec pot
and tea" kettle should be boiled out at
least once a week with soda und water
to keep them tastelessly clean.
Walnuts as Food.
A London medical journal recently
published some Interesting facts concerning walnuts as food. According
to this authority, "thirty large walnut
kernels contain as much food value at
two and three-quarter pounds of lean
beef." With beef worth approximately _0 cents a pound, this means that
each walnut ls worth about _ cents as
. food product as compared with beef.
That these facts will greatly encourage tho production and consumption
of walnuts is hardly to bo expected.
Thero Is some consolation, however, ln
the thought tbat when meat has become a luxury, to be Indulged only by
tbe rich, tho general consumer can
keep Ills dinner very well���somewhat
like l'eter Pumpkin Eater's wifa-lu S
walnut shell.
Father's Ultimatum.
1_)e father of a large family of chl.
di-on was trying hard to read the evun*
Ing paper.
"What's (hat terrible racket In th��
hall, Martbu?"
"One of the children Just fell down*
stairs."
"Well." he replied, turning over an.
other page of the paper, "you tell tb*
children if (hey can't fall downslaim
quietly they'll havo to stop it."��� Lip��
pilK'Olt'S.
Showing Him How.
"You young seonudiel!" snld tbo (n*
ther, seizing bis disobedient son by III*
Hand. "I'll show you bow to treat you*
mother!''
And be gave him several bnngs onl
the ears uud tben shook blm until Ul_
huir begun to fall out
Her Little Slip.
Departing Uuest-We've bad a sln_
ply delightful time!   tlostess-I'm so
g.'ndl   At tho same tlmo 1 regret that
tli.   storm  kept all our best people
away.���Brooklyn Life.
���'      The Itching Palm,
Chuivh-Europe Is extending the
open baud to us.
Gotham���Yes; nearly everybody ovef
there wants a tlp.-Yonkers Statesman,
The Flowing Bowl of 6 o'Clook.
When beauty presides at this rite
And pours out the fragrant Bobea,
This suppliant won't you Invite
To join in your five o'clock tea?
Though sugar and cream can excite
Some envy and malice, maybe,
And cynlca cry out with delight,
"So thia la your five o'clock teal"
Still I'll be In my element quite
White you prattle In garrulous glee,
For 1 know all you say must be right
If you say It at five o'clock tea.
go ask me-I think that you mlght-
Juit give me a chance to agree '
That there's not tha proverbial "(tht,4
As I'm told at your five o'clock tea.'
-New York Sua. &
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., L L. D.. D.C.I-, President
ALEXANDER LAIKI), GeneralMunatfcr JOHN AIKI), Asa't General Mimnucr
CAPITAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
FARMERS7 BUSINESS
The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Farmers every
facility for the transaction of their banking business, Including
the discount and collection of sales notes. Blank sales notes
are supplied free of charge on application. 825
W. S. LONGHURST, Acting Manager, Courtenay am! Comox Branches
Comox branch open on Tuesdays, from 11 to ,.
The Temperance Problem
I.ii.;Imiii|s System of I'ci'suiisioii anil
Not Force is Uie only Effectual
Cure
Kill lor Review,
Dear Sir,���1 made it a condition in my
last letter tlint if your nom-tie-plume
writers who favour Local Option |\vislieil
to coutinue tlie Unlit with nie lltepshould
disclose their names; the fsctol tlieii-
nol lining so convinces me tlinv they
hnve uot Uie courage of tlieir convictions;
another thing if liny hnd written over
their slgnntttrcs tltey would hnve licsi-
tiilnl before deliberately accusing Karl
Grey of running the 318_iceiisecl f,Iqnor
Houses, (or the profits uintle on the
booze, us they cull it, when my '.i-tlcr
clearly shows the contrary to be the case
the noii-ncloliolic takings in 1903 being
twelve per cent, of tile whole against 4s
per cent, to day so that ou this basis we
nny reasonably expect in another 10
yen-, the takings will lie 25 per cent,
alcoholic ami 75 per cent non-alcoholics.
My opinion that Local opt. n which
originated in the United States is a farce-
is formed after 50 years experience having trav Iled the world and visited under
various disguises rlic lowest type oi dens
and doss houses, to enable me to take a
broad minded common sense view of
human nature iu all its phases. Here
as nil instance of what it leads to. Some
20 years ago, just before leaving England
on a business trip to Australia, a friend
of mine, wiio had a sou fond of the
liquor, asked mc to oblige him by looking into the prospects for this sou at nu
Irrigation Colony in Australia which was
advertised as a model for the young man
being "dry" and 300 miles removed
frniii a liquor licensed town. After
spending a few days there I citbled bim
to keep his son at home, thnt there were
quite a number of' 'Blind I'igs,' and the
physical wrecks which I saw through
drinking a vile denotation of newly made
whisky were appaliug, whereas drinking
three times the quantity of well matured
10 to 12 years old, would not hive left
its mark. Tbe sight of these wrecks
after a debau ll, lying asleep in the bush
under the shade of the blue gum trees
ill the sound of laughter from that beautiful bird tlie kingfisher,- alias Laughing
Jackass, was indeed sad and debressiug.
yours
Win. Idiens,
April 13, 1914.
��� ^i��i *-	
The steamer Birdswell is in port
with a cai'go of buy, feed etc., for
Mrs. Crawford aud McPhee &
Morrison.
The Tobacco Habit
Oh Clarence) do not learn to use
those foulest weeds thai grow] the
foolish youth who smokes or chews
is storing future woe. For years
I've spent my hard earned wheels
lo keep my briar fed; I alw y;
smoked save when at meals, or in
my truckle-bed, And t'other day
tbe sawbones came, and took mv
works apart, and said, while pawing o'i_r my frame, "You have a
cabbage heart, Its fierce." he
said, "I never seed such wild spasmodic thump; unless you quit the
noxious Weed, you'll surely bump
'the bumps." And now I've qiut;
I life's on the blink, tbe world is
drear, my friends; and I can only
s't ai d think of fancy Turkish
blends. My nervcus system is a
scream, the tears stream down my
cheek, and in my fevered sleep 1
dream of burley and perique. My
agony is loo intense to be before
you lugged; I feel like twenty-
seven cents, aud every penny plugged. So, Clarence, do no learn to
smoke, and keep no pipes about;
believe, tne, son, it is on no joke
wben you must cut it out.
A meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society will be held in the
Presbyterian Church on Friday
evening. Special music and addresses will be given.
Tlie Courtenay Dancing Club
hi 11 their last cknee of the season
on Monday evening, and was a
decided success. About fifty couples
many of tbem from Cumberland,
v ere present. Roy's orchestra
furnished delightful music. The
ladieS-were all prettily gowned, and
enjoyed themselves to the full
These dances have all been delightful social affairs and will in al!
likelihood be conlintud again ne: t
winter.
dnowmg i
i.
1 ��� .
te MeiMay season
A   New   Assortment  of   Ladle's
Neckwear   which has just
come to hand
Amongst them will bo found some
of the latest creations in neck wear
To see them is to appreciate them.
See  our  window
: I
W. G. McKEAN
i
Phone 6     . Courtenay
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Men's Silk Socks
AH Colors
3 pair ___ $2.50
Guaranteed
3 Month
Celebrated  Holeproof Hosiery
McPHEE & MORRISON
JOSEPH McPHEE, Manager
Phone 1 COURTENAY
The   Comox  Barber   Shop
Oldest .Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   but   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E.  DAL._YMP.K.   Prop.
To Bake
or
Not to Bake?
The former is really unnecessary when Bread from the
Courteuay Bakery is available
audby reason ofquality has so
many votaries. Get the A B
habit and satisfaction
W. Aitken
Prop.
Opposite new Presbyterian Church
Saturday   Specials
in
CANDY
Riley's Butter Nuts, Creamy
Rolls, Egg and Milk, Etc.
Usual 40c per lb.
Saturday 25c per lb.
 -_k	
Peacy _ Drug Store
COURTENAY
Comox Co-Operat_Vv  .
Phone No. 2
Dealers in all
Butter,  Eggs   ... '.   _    ..._ s
Produce,   Cooki      Meats    'i
Specialty.    W*<
best.    Prices  an
and   satisfactory,     YV_
best prices
Comienay   .
MRS. A. B. CRAV    __._>
Timothy, Clover and Fe       Seeds
at greatly reduced prices for
the next two weeks
Phone Y91 and your order will b_  Riled at once
*
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A British Experiment
Yesterday we spoke t f the possibility of successfully combatting
the drink habit by the establishment of places where men can get
the comfort and pleasure afforded
by saloons without the evils tbat
accompany them in ihe latter. By
a somewhat interesting coincidence
tbe following cable wns received
yesterday from London:���
"The fact that tbe People's Refreshment Association, in the for-
tu. t'on of which Earl Grey took a
prominent part, now owus over
120 public houses and made a profit
of .5,000 last year, after paying
the full dividend of 5 per cent allowed by its articles of association,
is attracting attention. The object of the organization is the provision of public houses where other
than alcoholic refeshnients may be
obtained if required ������������-.ercomfortable circumstances.'
Commencing upon this, The Pall
Mali Gazette, asks the British
Government to endeavor to give
ci.ect iu its legislation to the principal upon which these institutions
are founded���Colonist, April  10th
'_'_. .   ..
Business having changed  hands ami  to  niaVe  room   t, .   ���
CHARLES SIMMS
will malic a substantial reduction  nil tlu-  stock purcli      I
McLean, at the Courtenay Jewels' Si,.];
A Genuine Reduction Off Marke.l Prices
Some High tirade Walthaui Watches ami a selection o_ Ores    I
at bargain prices.     Inspection invited
CHAS. SIMMS, Jeweler and Optician, COURT-*' _Y
I
C. P. DUNDAS
Notary  Pul
209
Courtenay
Barrister   and  Solicitor,   Notary  Public
P., O. Box 209
Phone 24
CLINTON _ WOOD
Electrical Enginei ��� .������.>. Contractor
Complete Electrii ;    .... .
ly installed. Electric tV'iriil :���.,....
lation of all feindi of El I  _
Isolated Lighting Plants a Specialty
First-Class Plumbing Box 195    p_0_a f_5    c.u _enay
Hot Water and Steamfitting  ������_-_-- .__-
Jackson & Whittle !n/\|^     III f TH
Phone 9 Courtenay II   V.  _\
.      _ Power
& Hand
Pumping [
Installation
S. A. COT ION
Gasoline Engines Repaired _ Overhauled
BOX i24, 1. lIOMlvj
CE CREAM
Soft Drinks
Swan's Pool Room
E. SWAN, Prop,
UMI.NG fHff ItlVniW. COURTENAY, __7C_
PRESIDENT
SUSPENDER
._" .7    SO   EAS V
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THE WINDOW UT THE
E GAT
By Mary Roberts Rinehart
(Copyright)
(Ooatlnuedl
CHAPTER -XV.
Back to Bellwood
At ihe office l round tills note from
Miss Letltla:
Mr. John Knox:
Dear Sir���Kindly oblige me by coming
to seo me us soon as you yet this.
Some things have happened. Not that
1 llilnk they are worth a row n[ pins,
but Jlc.isibiih is an old fool, and sbo
says slm did not put the note In tlio
Utile bottle. Youi- very respectfully,
LKTITIA ANN MAITLAND.
1 had an appointment with Burton
tor the afternoon to take Wardrop, it
we could get him on some pretext to
_r, Anderson. That day, also, 1 had
two cases on tho trial list. 1 got
Humphreys across tbo hull lo take
tbem over, and evading Hawes1 resentful blink 1 went on my way to
Bellwood, It was nine days since
Aliss Jane bud disappeared. On my
way out in lhe train I jotted down tho
things that had happened In that time.
Allan Fleming bad died und been burled; the Borough bank bad failed;
some one had gol. into tho Fleming
bouse and gone through tbo papers
there; Clarkson liad killed himself;
we bad found that Wardrop had sold
tho pearls; tie leather bag bud been
returned; Fleming's second wife bad
appeared, and some one bad broken
inlo my own house and Intentionally
!>r not, hail almost.sent Margery Fleming over tho borderland.
It seemed to mo everything pointed
In one direction to a malignity against
Fleming that extended itself to lhe
daughter. 1 thought of what tbe woman who claimed to bo the dead man's
Becond wife bad said the day before,
If the staircase she bad spoken of
opened into lhe room where Fleming
was shot, and If Schwartz was In town
nt tho time, then, in view of her story
that lie had already tried once to kill
blm, the llklihood was that Schwartz
was at least implicated.
If Wardrop knew that why had lie
not. denounced him?
Granting that Schwartz had killed
Fleming���then who was the woman
wiih Wardrop the night be was robbed? Why did be tuke lhe pearls nnd
sell tbem'.' How did tbe number
eleven twenty-two come into Aunt
Jane's possession? llow did the
leather bag get to Boston? Who had
chloroformed Margery? Who had
been using tho Fleming hotiso while
It was closed? Most important, of all
now���where was Aunt Jane?
The bouse at, Bellwood looked almost cheerful In the May sunshine as
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W. N, U. 992
I went up lhe walk. When I stood
once more lu the slriilglit hail 1 listened involuntarily .for the tap of Miss
Jane's small feet on the stairs. Instead, camo Holla's heavy tread and
a request from Miss Letltla that I go
upstairs.
Tho old lady was silting by a window of hei bedroom She did nol appear to bo feeble. Tho only change
l noticed was a relaxation In the severe tidiness of her dress. 1 guessed
that Miss Jane's exquisite neatness
had been responsible for the white
ruchtngs, tho sofi cups and Ibo spotless shoulder shawls thai bad made
lovely Ihelr latter years.
Vou have taken your own lime
about coming, haven't you? Miss Letltla asked Boni'ly. If It hadn't been
for I bat cousin of ynins ynu sen.1 here
Burton, I'd have been driven to sending for Amelia Miles, and when 1 send
for Amelia Miles for company I am
in a had way,
l have had n greal deal to attend io,
I said as loud as I could, 1 came some
days ago to tell ynu Mr. Fleming was
dead. Afler that we had In bury bim
and close the bnusc. It's been a very
sad���
Did lie leave anything? she Interrupted, it Isn't sail at all unless he
didn't leave anything.
Ho left very little. Tho house perhaps, and 1 regret to buve lo tell you
that a woman came to me yeBterday
who claims to be a second wife.
Then, she snld, with a snap, there's
ono other woman in Ibe world as big
a fool as my sister Martha was. What
do you hear about Jane?
The lust time I was here, 1 shouted, you thought she was dead.   I lave
you changed your mind?
Tbo last lima you were here, she
said, with dignity, 1 thought a good
many thing thai, were wrong. I
thought I had lost some of the pearls
but 1 hadn't.
What? I exclaimed Incredulously.
She put her hands ou (.lie arms of her
chair and, leaning forward, shot the
words at mo viciously.
I said 1 bad lost some of the pearls.
Well, 1  haven't.
She didn't expect me lo believe her
any moro than she believed it herself.
Very well, 1 said.   I am    glad    to
know it was a mistake.   Now, the next.
thing is to llnd Miss Jane.
We havo found her, she said tartly.
That's what I sent for you about.
Found her! What on earth do you
mean, Miss Letltla? We've been
scouring the country for her.
She opened a religious monthly and
took ont a folded paper. Heppie.
found it on tho back porch under a
milk bottle, she prefaced. Then she
read.
The writer knew where Miss Jane
was, the inference being that he was
responsible. Sho was well and happy, but she happened to read a newspaper with an account of ber disappearance, aud it bad worried her. Five
thousand dollars left in a tin can ou
the base of the Maitland shaft in the
cemetery would bring back the missing lady within twenty-four hours. On
tho contrary, if tho recipient of tlie
letter notified the police it would go
hard with Miss Jane.
I am not so sure but what she'd
better stay awhile anyhow, .Miss Letltla said. Now that we know she
Is living I ain't- so particular when sho
gets back. She's been notlonate
lately, anyway.
I had been reading the note again
There's one thing here that makes me
doubt tbe whole story, I said. What's
tbis about her reading glasses were
found ln the library
You've got more sense than I've
been giving you credit for, Knox. Her
glasses are here this minute.
It was a disappointment to me, although the explanation was simple
enough. But the really important
thing bearing on Miss Jane's departure was when Heppie came into the
room.
She abruptly dropped the corners of
her apron. There rolled out a heterogeneous collection of things���a white
muslin garment which proved to be a
nightgown, with long sleeves and high
collar; a half dozen hair curlers���I
knew these, Edith had been seen in
midnight emergencies with Iter hair
twisted around just such Instruments
of torture���a shoo buttoncr, a railroad
map and one new and unworn black
kid glove. ,    ���.
Where did you get em? aid Miss
Letltla, fixing Heppie with an awful
eye.
"l found 'em stuffed under the blank-
els In Iho chest of drawers in tho attic, Heppie shouted at her. If we'd
washed blankets last week as 1 want-
Shut up, Miss Letltla said shortly,
and ileppie's thin lips closed with a
snap. Now, then Knox, what do you
make of that?      v
If I hat's the nightgown she was
wearing tlie night she disappeared, 1
think it shows one thing very clearly,
Miss Maitland. She was not abducted, and she knew perfectly well what
she was about. None of her clothes
was missing, and that threw us oft the
track. But look at this new glove!
She may have bad new things to put
on and left the old. The map���well,
she was going somewhere with a definite purpose. ���__._... , .
I don't believe a word of It, the old
burst  out.   She  didn't  have  R
Zam-Buk Does Cure Piles
Mrs. 0. Hanson, wife nf tho proprietor or the Commercial Hotel, Poplar, B.C. suffered from piles for years.
Went to dootor nfter C tor In vain.
Finally went to Spokano and lnul an
operation, Twelve months afterwards she was us had again. She
snys: "One day I read about Zaut-BuH
and thought i would try 11. The tlrst
ono or two boxes gave mo more easo
than anything eiso i bud triad, so I
went, on witii the treatment. In a
shorl limo i begun m feel altogether
different ami better, and : saw Uiat
Zam-Buk wus going to cure me. Well,
I weni nn using il, mul bv the time
I bud used sl.v bOXOB I  was delighted
to iind myself entirely cured."
If you suffer from Ibis painful ailment, or from eczema, Ulcei'l or any
skin disease, don'l \va_te time    Try
] Zam-Buk,
slores.
all    d :tagists
..nil
tlie last ten years the Colored Orphans' home has eared for, fed, clothed and pampered exaotly 1,122 colored
children of every condition of .shape
and iniss-shupe, brains and no bruins.
It bus no other conn eel ion'.'
I loaned Allan Fleming n thousand
dollars once. I guess my mind was
failing. It would bo about eleven
twenty-two by Ihls time,
Neither of which explanations siif-
fioed for the llllle scrap found lu Miss
Jane's room. Whal eoiinecllou, If
any. had it with her flight? Where
was she now. Whal was eleven twen-
fwo?     And why did .Miss Letltla deny
that sbo imd lost the pearl . when i
already know thai nine of the ten
bad been sold, who had bought, them
and approximately how much he hnd
paid?
(To  he  Continued)
COLLAPSIBLE AIRSHIP
The First Blanket
The cold winter of 1340 gavo ua Ibo
blanket. Its Inventor, Thomas Blanket, was a Flemish merchant, settieil
In Bristol, and fallen from affluence
to want. He and ids wife suffering
from tlio intense cold by reason of
scanty bedding and lack of fuel, be
searched for something to put on lhe
bed to incrcaso the warmth and hit on
a piece ,.f rough unfinished cloth tbat
bad been thrown to waste. Its success as a warmtl.-glver suggested tbe
manufacture of special bed covers of
the same material, and thes; articles,
to which ho gave his own name, won
him wealth and Immortality,
Dirigible Used .is Scout May Readily
be Taken Apart for Trasport
A dirigible which mny bo readily
taken apart, with a short transported
gondola sapablo of being easily transported by rail or road, has undergone
successful tests by the French government, and will be used na a scout
cruiser in tiu> aerial navy or that country. It la equipped with a horizontal propeller by which It may bo lowered wilhl reach of the landing crow
without the use nf g ido ropes. Vertical descents have been made from as
great a helg'.t as 1,000 feet by IhlB
means nml iho number of men ro-
Quired to Operate the car Is thus reduced considerably. Two vertloal propellers besides Uio ho__on(al one aro
provided, and tW( HO horso power engines drive the dirigible nt a speed of
about 40 miles an hour. When taken
apart, the dirigible in loaded upon
two trucks, each hauled by a tractor,
Later models will be so constructed
bo It Ih said, that Ibe gondola will
take (he place of nno tractor. Tho
gas bag has n capacity of about 230,000
cubic feet,
Just About Then
When does the liiineyniiv    end'.'
Well, frequently, like the other one,
It ends after the last quartot' Is reached.
You  can't
num-skull,
I know, but do
hurts to drop a
where  the   brains
It All  Helps
educnto brain:
Inlo    a
ynu  think
���It  nf  edin
Hbl   to be?
It really
ii I Ion  In
Consumption Takes
Hundreds of People
Bvery day and the surprising
truth ii that most cases are pre-
ventable with timely, Intelligent
treatment.
"These appalling facts should -arm
us that after sickness, colds, overwork or any other drains upoa
strength, Scott's Emulsion should
be promptly and regularly used because tubercular germs thrive only
in a weakened system.
The tested and proven value of
Scott's Kronlsion is recognized by
the greatest specialists because its
medical nourishment assimilates
quickly to build healthy tissue;
aids in the development of active,
life-sustaining blood corpuscles;
strengthens the lungs and builds
physical force without reaction.
Scott's l-.inul .on is used in tuberculosis camps because of its rare
body-building, blood-making prop-
: erties and because it contains no
' alcohol or habit-forming drug.
Be sure to insist on Scott's.
���call ��� Rowur, Toronto, oalailo.
; : ���  .  .;  _
A Real Asthma Relief. Dr. ... D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has never
been advertised by extravagant statements. Its claims are' conservative
indeed, when judged by the cures
which it performs. Expect real relief and permanent benefit when you
buy this remedy and yon will not have
cause for disappointment. It gives
permanent relief in many cases where
other so called remedies have utterly
failed.
A Weighty King
One of the most Interesting mon-
archs who bask under British protection is King George Tabur IL, whose
kingdom���the Tonga Islands���is situated in an obscure corner of tbe
South Pacillc Ocean.
King George can claim to be a man
of weight, for he turs the scales at
309 pounds. He governs by means
of a native parliament the sessions ot
which seem to be mainly determined
by the amount and quantity of the
edibles collected at the capital.
The worry germ caused  a  lot of
unnecessary trouble.
Too
young,
many    good   resolutions    die
NO GUSHER
But Tells .acts About Postein
IS YOUR BABY A GOOD BABY?
Mothers, u ,]_ yourself Uu question!
Is your baby a good baby? If not he
Is not well, for It Is lb- nature ot all
babies to bo good���only iho sickly
baby is ci'OSC and hard to mind. If
baby Is cross and cries continually
glvo blm Baby's Own Tablets and lie
will soon be happy again. Tlio TaV
lets act as a gentle laxitive, regulate
the bowels, sweeten the stomach and
euro all tho minor ills of little ones.
Concerning them Mrs. J. P. Richard.
St. Norbert, N.S., writes: "I have
found Baby's Own Tablets all lhat is
claimed for them. My baby suffered
from bis siomaeh and bowels and the
Tablets cured him." They are sold
by all medicine dealers or by mail at
25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Hrockville, Ont.
Theatrical
Guesl���Anything good at the theatre this week?     You know, something
I couldn't take my wife to.
A scientist says the world will last
15,00.,000 years longer. That will
give high prices plenty of time to come
down and be sociable.
Antiquities In Danger
Hidden away In tho national m.
senilis and libraries and zealously
guarded aro a number of priceless
manuscripts and books which but for
a fortunate chance might havo beett
lost to tbo ��� oiid. Tho chief treasure
of a museum at St. Petersburg ls ths
oldest known Greek manuscript ot
tlie Xew Testament, which was about
lo be burned by tbe monl. ol a Syrian monastery, when b- a lucky-
chance one of ihe priests, struck with
tbo antiquity of the manuscript, Interfered in time to save .vliat bad
been thought valueless.
The  Horn; Virtues
Mrs. Peterby says she believes iff.
all the modern home virtues.
I suppose she refers' to playlnf
bridge, neglecting the children ,anf
quarrelling with the servants.
Minard's Liniment Co., _iniilct.
Gentlemen,���My daughter, 13 years
old, was (brown from a sleigh and injured her elbow so badly it remaine!
stiff and very painful for thr. _ years.
Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT
completely cured her and she has not
been troubled for two years.
Your.-, truly,
J. B. LIVES QUE.
St. Joseph, P.O., mil Aug., 1900.
Tbis lady found an easy and safe
way out of cbe ills caused by coffee.
She Bays:
"We quit coffee and have used Postum for the past eight years, and drink
It nearly every meal. We never tire of
It.
| secret; she was the kind that couldn'i
keep a secret.     She wasn't responsible, I tell you, she was extravagant.
lT_ok at. thill glavel      And she liad
I'three pairs half worn in her bureau.
I    Miss Maitland, I asked suddenly, did
I vou ever hear of eleven twenty-two?
i"  Eleven twenty-two what?
1    Just the number eleven twenty-two,
'i repeated.      Has it any significance
i    i should say it has. she retorted
In
"For several years previou.; to quitting coffee I could scarcely eat anything on account oi dyspepsia, bloating after ln.als, palpitation, sick
headache���in fact was In such misery and distress I tried living on hot
w..ter and toast." (Tea l: equally
Injurious because it contains caffeine,
tlie same drug found ln coffee.)
"Hearing of Postum I began drinking it and found it delicious. My ail-
i> ents disappeared, and now I can cat
anything I want without trouble.
"My parents and husband had about
tho same experience. Mother would
often suffer nfter eating, while yet
drinking coffee. My husband wus a
great coffee drinker and suffered from
indigestion and headache.
"After he stopped coffee and began
Postum both ailments left him. He
will not drink anything else now and
we have it three times a day. I could
write more but a.n no gusher���only
state plain facts."
Name given by Canadian Postum
Co.. Windsor, Ont. Write for a copy
o'. the famous little book, "The Road
to Wellville." .
Postum now comes In two forms:
Regular Pet turn���must be well boiled.   Kic. and 25c. packages.
Instant Postum���is a soluble powder. A tenspoonful dissolves quickly
in a cup of hot water aud, with cream
and sugar, makes a dellciotio beverage
instantly.   30c. and 50c. tins.
The cost per cup of both kinds ia
about tlie same.
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
���sold by Grocers.
Neatly Turned
The bad boy wrote on (he blackboard "Our teacher is a donkey." The
other boys anticipated ructions when
tbe scbool-master arrived; but there
wero none. He mere:,- ���rote the
word "driver after donkey and school
opened as usual.
Needed Adviu
Burglar holding jewel-case and
speaking to householder crouched ter-
rlfledly in bed)���Sorry to trouble yer,
Mum, but would yer mind helping mo
choose a present for Uio Missus? It's
her birthday termorrow.
"Start-off" is Correct
Sorry I'm sho late, in' dear, began
Tippler wben he arrived homo near
midnight.   Couldn't get a car before.
So the cars wero full, too, were they,
returned his spouse as a siart-ou.
A Now Yorker with nine wives Is
charged with non-support. Unless
he'B a millionaire we should think tho
accusation reasonable.
The worms thai infest children from
their birth are of two kinds, those
that find lodgement in the stomach and
those that are found in tlio intestines.
The latter are the most destructive, as
they cling to the walls of the intestines aud if not interfered with work:
havoc there. Miller's Worm Powders
dislodge both kinds and while expelling them from the system serve to re.
pair the damage they have caused.
Her Batting Average
Magistrate���The     evidence   show*
that, you threw a kettle at your hus��
band.
Culprit���It shows more than that,
yer honor; it shows that I jit him.
Explained
However did you hear such dread-i
ful things alout Mrs, Hubcr?
You forgot she was oece my dea.
est friend.
From 1800 pounds to 2,500 pound*
is an elcpb_u'D burden; tbat at t)
horso from 200 pounds to 260 pounds,
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by I'jcal upptlotions, ne ii-.i'V cannot reach the d_.
a__ portltu ol the par. Tl-re 19 only one way US
euro deafness, find lliat is by co_lllullon��l rcrr.edls*.
Deafness Is .__<l hy nn inflamed condition of the
mucous limns oi the -usu.Hun Tube. When tb_
tube il Inflame 1 yotl have a rumbling sound or Ua-
perfect hrurlnff. and when it la entirely rlosed, neat*
ne_ la the resu.t. and unless the Inflammation _Q t_
lakeu out and -Is tube restored to lie normal condition. hearlnK rait be destroyed forever: Dint cased
out of ten are cai_-��l by Calarrb. which Is nctblnn
but nn Inflamed condition ot the mucous surfaces.
We v hi Rive One Hundred Dollars for any case ofi
Peafnew (caus_ by catarrh) that cannot _ cur_
by Hall'- Calaub Cure.   Send for circulars, free.
_. J. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, Oi
Sold by DrurRWit . 7-.
Take Hull's- ) .nitty Pllte for constipation.
Soldier���What an Idea to haveyour,
wooden leg : ��� de irom tbe leg .of *
table!
Old Man���Vou needn't laugh. I havfi
always prided myself on my well-turn.
ed leg.
Upside down dinners aro the new*
est London 'Yd. Occasionally caro>
less professional tangoists Introduce
tbem iu New Vorlt restaurants.
Nervousv
Emotional
Dizzy
Depressed
?
Mrt. Addlt Curttlnttr ef
Cedar St., Calro.UI., writ..
Dr.   Pterc* as follow.:
"I send 81 eon ta f or your 'Common Sense Medical Adviser' for
my daughter who haa recently
mavriedandl know the book will
be _ much value to her. I have
read and used for 36 years the
valuable treatment! contained
In th* "Medical Adviser" and
have taken many bottles of Dr.
Plcrcs'�� Favorite Prescription,
and have been restored to health
each tlm* I used It. It ls a great
remedyforwomenaaastrena. h
builder, An* for th* nerves and
general health."
\X70MEN who are restless, wltti
v y constant change of position,' fidgetiness," who are abnormally excitable or who
. experience fainting or dizzy spells, or nervouf
headache and wakefulness are usually sufferers
who can be helped. n
DR. PIERCE'S
Favorite Prescription1
is the soothing, cordial and womanly Ionic thafc
brings about an Invigorating calm to the nervouM
system. Overcomes the weakness and the drag-v
ging pains which resemble the pains of rheu��
matism. Thousands of women in the put fortw
years can bear witness to its benefits. .
Tour dealer in medicine* sella It In li��u_ or sugar-
coated tablet form; or you can **nd_one-eent Mi
__,.:.'u,a__. ���: & wm^1
and Surgical Inatltut*. Buffalo, _. Y.
iiiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiuuwiinf
Dr. _���_��_ Pleasail FtlUta Rcfrfitt ui _..*__
Stnuc . liver and Bowels, Sa|ar-Caal_ Tby Grainier.
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it
t__f_____________MMM
The Army of
Constipation
Hs Crowing Smaller Every Day.
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS ate
Responsible���ihey not ^
only give relief���
Ithey permanent!
':ure Coiutipa-
(tion.   Mil- _
Dion* use
them iof i
Biltoii-
!.���*.. Indigestion, SickHeadacke, SallouSkin.
'Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine must beat Signature
/^^^J__5^2_f
__w_w_w_rw_i	
a Real Levas Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE,
A ttr.lihttorw.rd ntur.n.
(iffei (ram an MUtiH!hod
firm. W�� an living _w_r
W��t_ Um (o thouiMdi nf
P*>i>ln all otii tht
world ni ��� h .ft
_i._r_i.__n_. Now
It your chAnM to
obt��t_ ont. Writ _
now* .in .o_[ne u
etnti for cut of our
fuhlontblo f. _ tt t * *'
I_ltll l.uai U, or
Oenti' Alberta, tent
.__.��__ p _i. M wwr
with 111* watch. *hlch
will t>-t i;,vMn frtt
CthMt wntuhoi ars
_iiar.ti._e-i t_ u raara _
���huuld vun ta__ ad-
. antua ol our marrol-
So. oftar. V* wwct 70a to tail you frlnndi
oat di ___ ���_... _____ tha hamitiful _i���u.i.
Don't think thl* offer too good ta ha tnit, hut ��� .nd
W   _ .nU today  nnd wain   a  Free   Wat.-ii.    You
Elm amazed - wiu.IAMrt * I.f.ovji. W1__��m_8
��UtnlDwt.USi, 80, Cornwallii ___��_, Le_.__u, N.,
land.
ANYONE
CAN
1 THEIR CLOTHES
WITH
DYOLA'
kThe Dye that colore ANY KIND!
1 of Cloth Perfectly, with the 1
[ 8AME DYE. {
*  NoChsneeolMlsttkes. Clean and Simple.    I
I Ask your Druntitor Dealer. Send for Booklet.
' T-Wohn��ot_._L'h_d_B__ Limited,Mon__l <
Preferred Another Place
Two ministers, Presbyterian nml
Methodist, were taking q walk along
a railroad track one day, dlicuastng
good-naturedly tlie points ot differ-
ence ot their respective creeds. Pre
aently, coming to the yawnlug mouth
ot ono of those long tunnels for which
this road is famous, the Methodist
suggested that they should go iii.
They bad Bone hut n short dlstanoe
when tho Presbyterian brother ex-
t'lnluieii with sudden determination: l
am going to get out ot here, What
If n train should come along? Oh,
well, responded the other, with a
twinkle which his companion could not
sec Whal Is to ho will be, you
know. Vos, was the retort, but 1
don't want It lo be lir here!
FOUNDER  OF  THE  CUNARD  LINE
His R._e-Off
English Guide (showing places or
interest) -li was in this very room,
sir, that Wellington received his fii-si
commission,
American Tourlsl Indeed! And
how much commission did he get?
We're Surprised at You, Miss
No. Cordelia, ooera glasses do not
properly belong to tho list of rubber
ai-tich's, cortalnly not!
It Was ��� Halifax Man Who Made his
Name Famous in the Shipping
W .hi
There Is considerable historic bus-
alllcance In the circumstance tlmi theI
C.P.R, has just taken tor the winter
mouths tbe old Cunard building eroct-l
ed hy the founder of the Cunard line
-Mr. Samuel Cunard, who wasa Hall-
fax man and who made his name fun. i
ous In the shipping ami mercantile
world. It was to Hal If US that he]
brought his llrst ships; it was iii the
Old ollieo lie bdnt over his lash. There
Is a new day ..d now methods, nnd a
degree of expansion of which be could
not have -i. -int. The Bblpptug bus.
ness has luoreaseri hundredfold during
the l��si hail century. The stress and
strain of life are Indicated by the sliced)
SHIPPING   FEVER
Influcnia, pltdi <*'-, cplsootlc distemper, and nil nose :��nd
thronl diV.ii.-i. cured, and ull others, no mallet how "exposed." kepi from having any "f these diseases with
.-.-iMlVs liquid DISTKMPER CURB, Three to six
ilni. s often euro :, case, One bottle guaranteed t" Uo so.
Bcsi tlilnu for brood mares. Acts en the blood. 50e, mitt
$1 :i bottle. . and Jll n doswi bottles. Druggists snd
harness shops. Distributors At.I, WHOLESALE DRUU-
1 us is
SPOHN  MEDICAL  CO . Cliemlsts. Goshen,  Indiana,  U.S.A.
demanded  on  lain.
ind
sea- speei
fed    hy
Tommy ���Pnptt,   i rlvei
small stream, isn't It?
Palm   Ves, my son.
Tommy���Then   I suppose   that
what makes Us mouth water.
During the lasi three hundred years
the English language has accumulated
new words at the rule of three u day.
Thus, In the course of a couple of centuries more, we'll accumulate a nifty
little languago,
All discussion .regarding sanitary
finger howls could he avoided hy carefully polishing the rim with a clean
nap-in before drinking.
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
National Town-Planning Congress
I In June next a National Housing
| and Town-planning Congress will be
! held in the city ot Toronto. Tlie Com-
) mission oE Conservation will Rot as
i host to the Congress and lias secured
1 a generous appropriation from tlie Do-
I million Government for tha' purpose,
i A special committee of the Commis-
I Ion lias been appointed to present a
report to tht. delegates at the Con-
[gross, .and to draft housing and town-
I planning legislation which may be re-
i commended as a model to the provin-
! clal legislatures. Although the B.N.
, A. Act placed public health tinder the
i Federal Government, it was. later,
i transferred to the provinces, and
: lienco any federal department can
[only act ln an advisory capacity.
Experiments in the use of aspon
poplar for shingles show that the shingles do not check iu seasoning, and
that they turn water satisfactorily but
they aro too easily broken in handling.
Tlie forests of Corsica, the little
Island upon which Napoleon was born,
are managed by the French government. They produce lumber, firewood
and turpentine, and all parts of the
tree are far more closely utilized than
in America.
tow _n�� nimoH simiev. n_ .	
THERAPIONu,dF""
I ��� riBniiri __ _��� Hospitals	
_t success, cures chromic wbaknkss. lost viooa
9. TIH. S1DKBY.  BLADDER. Dljr.ASM. BI.OOD   _!__
___   BITHBS HO. DRUGGISTS or MAIL 11. POST 4 CTS
���OUOBBACa, H, BSP.SMASST.l��EV._l<SlirLr_��l_B(-
Hio.to. watts ros PMC soot to Da. Ls ct-as*
UBD.Ca.llAVSSSTC.SRD.llAllPSTEAn.LOItD0S.SK_
IBB BE - DRAPES WASTELESS) tOSMOB   BABY TO TUB
THERAPION s*'.v_.__
Ma THAT IBtDS UARIEO WORD   THERAPIOS   IS M
Wit. een.staur uiued to ul assuus racism
Self-Filling Fountain Pen
FREE FREE
Wc will niaii you absolutely * free of
Oil* charge, one ee If-filling Fountain lVn,
6olid blade rubber barrel} ilk gold plated
ib. Thia pen is octual to any $1.60 to
92.00 values and is ffuaranteed lu every
way. To prcc-.-.e this pen, write ua today for 1_ pacl ffe_ of our beautiful "Oriental Sachet I-evfumo," pell them nt
__���_. each, return us the money and the
Sseii Is yours by return mall. "We are glv-
ng thin remarkable value for a limited
Mme only to Introduce this new perfume.
Address, WESTERN LABORATORIES,
199 Hsrgi-Ve Street, Winnipeg, Man.
Corns cause much Buffering, lint
Holloway's Corn Cure offers a speedy,
sure, and satisfactory relief.
Testing of Canadian Woods 4
Because of tlie importance of this
subject to all classes of wood users,
the Forestry Branch of the Department of the Interior is about to undertake an exhaustive series of tests at
McGIll University. Beginning with
a few of the more important of the
commercial tpecies, every kind of
wood in tlie country will be tested for
its strength in various ways, and for
different conditions of growth and
moisture content. At present the only
information we have on tills subject
is based upon tests of wood grown
in the United States; many of which
were grown under entirely different
conditions to those found in our own
country.
which the old -Hinder could nol have
forseen iu ids most prescient moment.
The old house lor offices) Is ii t111-," -
storey untitling of stoua with quaint
old  Windows   hinting  ii  (|lll"l  nnd  so-
date world which minded bs business
mul did not bother looking oul at hobble skirls. The iniliic is cut on tin-
old building���"8. Cunard" offering a
memento ot tho past full ot Interest, as
suggesting al once the _t d beginnings of ii ..rent business t,i which he
devoted liis energy imd genlllfl nnd tho
amazing development of that business,
keeping puce with modern demand by
lha C.P.R.
As tbe Boy Sees It
Now, Willie, snid the superintendent's little boy, addressing the blacksmith's little boy, who had come over
for n frolic, we'll play Sabbath school
- you give nie a nickel every Sunday
for six months and then at Christmas
I'll give you a ten cent bus of candy.
strenuo��work
soon tells on you
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Eureka Harness Oil
It sinks into the leather and keeps it soft
and strong.    Free from acid.
In convenient sizes.  Dealers everywhere,
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Vancouver
Toronto
Montreal
St. John
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Business  Men  and  Breadwinners the
Victims of Nervous Exhaustion
When worry is added to overwork
men soon bee -mo the victims o[ nervous exhaustion���neurasthenia��� '.lie
doctor calls it. St ue have no re-
reserve strength in tholr systems to
bear the strain; others overtax what
strength they have. It you linil that
you are nervous and not sure of yourself, that you sleep badly, aud wake
up tired and aching, your nerves are
out of order. Other signs are inability to take proper interes': In your
work, your appetite is fickle, your
back feels veak. and you are greatly
depressed in spirits. One or more of
these signs mean tbat you should
talie prompt steps lo slop mischief by
nourishing the nerves witli the food
they thrive on, namely, Uio rich, red
blood made by Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. Theso Pills have cured thousands of cases of nervous disorders,
iiicludiug nervous prostration, neuralgia, St. Vitus danco and partial para-
lvsis. Here is an example. Mr.
jas. A. McDonald, Springhill, N.S.,
says: "In tho summer of 1912, as the
result, 1 think, of hard work, 1 was
completely, run down and found it necessary to quit work. 1 slept poorly,
and what sleep I did get did not seem
lo rest me, as I was constantly tired.
My appetite was poor and lickle, and
my nerves unstrung. I had treatment
from a dock: for some time, but it
did not seem to help me, and having
heard n great deal about Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills I decided to try them. In
the course of a few weeks after beginning the Pills I picked up wonderfully,'and was able to return to work
feeling like a new man. I have not
had a day's sickness since, and naturally nm now a firm believer in Dr.
Williams' Pink Plllii."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will work
the same beneficial results in any
other tired, worn-out worker if given
a fair trial. If you cannot obtain tlie
Pills from your dealer they will be
sent post paid at 50 cents a box or six
boxes for $2.60 by writing The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
Onl.
PATENT?
Fetherstonhaugh _ Co., Heac1. Offlc .
King Street, East, Toronto, Canada
Strangely enough, none. ���'. the oppressed has suggested government
���ownership of hens.
Try   Murine  Eye   Remedy
If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes
or Granulated Eyelids, Doesn't Smart
���Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist. _e_
Iturino Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, SOc,
Murine, Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,
lac, 50c.    Eye Books Free by Mail.
I An tyo _a_ Ono* tt M ty*. that tint Care
tiurico Est* Rom��dy Co., Chicane
W.  N. U. 992
Misfits
It. wits Robert's first visit to Uio
Zoo.
What do you think of 1lie animals
Inquired Uncle lien.
After a critical Inspection of the exhibit the boy replied:
1 think the kangaroo and the elephant should change tails.
Poor Heathen
1 found a tribe in Africa, said the
explorer, that liad absolutely no idea
of morality or Immorality.
That's interesting, said the mild
lunatic, but what did they do for
plays'.'
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Dayi
Druggists rotund money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails tb cure Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles.
_ lrst application gives relief,   60c.
Good One-Third
Aunt (reprovingly)���Willie, how Is
it that you are such a bad boy all the
time?
Willie���I ain't. I'm asleep part of
the time.
In Right
Ted���How was it yon didn't object
to her wearing the necklace the other
fellow gave her?
Ned���Wby, old man, she let me fasten It    v
Spoils the Ads
Thev say she's pretty.
Let'nie tell you. Whe.i she gets
on a street car the advertising is a
total loss.
ShilohXm
the fimily remidT for  Coiwlu  ��nd Cold;
Wll dote.   Small bottle.   Btit atnee 1170.
Time Abused
Willie cuddled up on the veranda, crying. A stranger's heart \yas
touched.
What is tlio matter, my little man?
she gently asked. Has somebody
been teasing you?
No, ma'am, answered the tearful
boy, I have just been punished for
making dents in the marble step.
Why, that wasn't so serious unless
the dents are very large, responded
the sympathetic woman. Did you
make them with a hammer?
No, ma'am, was the startling re-
joWder of Willie. I did it with papa's watch.
The man who can say "Yes" and
"No" at the right time has the greatest command of language.
Married men, according to General
Miles, are better fighters than bachelors. Pllppa.it people will at once say
that It is because married men have
had more practice,
Vers: tile
The vicar advertised for an organist the other day. Among the replies
he received was lhe following:
Dear Sir, l notice that, you have r
vacancy for an organist, and music
teacher, cither lady or gentleman.
Having been both for several years, 1
beg to apply for the position.
Catsup
A school boy, asked to write, an i .
say un cats, made the following state-
ineni:
Cats, that's made for little boys and
girls to maul and tease is called Maltese cats. Some cats are known
by their queer purrs: they nre called
1-irsioii cats. Cats with very bad
tempers ls called Angoi-ie cats. Sniir.--
times a very tine cat is called a Magnificat. Cats With very deep feelings is called Peltne cuts'.
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Old Bores, Lumpa
In Brir_t.Grov.--.ha
removed and haal.
rdby asimpla
Home Trealoeil
.-to pain.    Dcr.cribo this trouble, we will sent
book and t_iimonial9 free.
THU CANADA CANCER INSTITUTE, Llmila.
10 Churchill Ave., To_��la.
Apples a Luxury In the States
Everywhere among the dealers one
can read "three apples for a dime,"
and In many places the rosy fruit is
marked with a nickel apiece, says the
I'tica Globe. How changed this is
from those old days when one could
buy a peck of apples for 10 cents or
a barrel for $1.25. Not many years
ago an orange was worth four or live
apples, but now it is cheaper an:) it
is not worth one. There was onee a
time when an ordinary family w_lld
have several barrels of apples in the
cellar, or in a bin in tlio garret, for
winter use. But ttiose days are gone
and even a good apple pie lir.3 reached
>lie altitude of n luxury. And then
the way they are sold���In boxes in
rows or eacli apple wrapped in paper
to attest its value. We don't know
that these arc really days of pi-ogress
when a barrel of apples belongs to
the aristocracy.
. Not for Fido
How is tlie water in the bath, Marie?
Cold. muni. It turned baby nearly
blue.
Then don't put Fido in for an hour
or so.
Pills for Nervous Troubles. ��� The
Stomach is the centre ot the nervous
system, and when the- stomach suspends healthy action lhe result is manifest In disturbances of the nerves. If
allowed to persist, nervous debility, a
dangerous ailment, may ensue. The
first consideration is to restore the
stomach to proper action, and there is
no readier remedy for' this than Purm-|
elee's Vegetable Pills. Thousands can
attest the virtue of these pills in curing nervous disorders.
Writing  (o  Charlie?
Yos.
I thought he was engaged to Helen.
He writes to tell me that Helen has
EXCELSIOR
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Assets
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Insurance
119.290.983.15
Desirable Openings to Sell
THE NEW EXCELSIOR POLICIES
For Agencies    Apply    to    Provincial
Offices: Winnipeg, Edmonton,
Saskatoon, Vancouver.
THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS
ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION
From the captain of industry to th*
hod carrier���from milady in the suto to
the woman with the scrubbing brush���
the accomplishments of every one of na
depend absolutely on the accomplish-
tnents of our stomachs. Backed by a
good digestion, a man can give the best
that is iu him. When his stomach fail*,
he becomes a weakling.
To this loss of power no out need
Submit. Right habits of eating,
drinking, sleeping and exercise, aided
by Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, will
restore and maintain the full efficiency
of the human mind and body.
Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets contaia
the active principles needed for tha
digestion of every kind of food. They
go to the assistance of the weakened
stomach, and enable the sufferer, right
from the start, to assimilate aud get tha
benefit of the food eaten. With thia
assistance, the digestive organs regaia.
their tone, and soon the use of tbe tabltta
is no longer necessary.
If your stomach is not working property, try Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets.
50c. at your druggist's. National Dm*
and Chemical Co. ��f Canada, Limited,
Montreal. iu
The Face of Gtarvatlon
Here we are stranded on a desert
isle and not .. thing to e.t.
We can have soup.     Our boat has
just turned turtle.
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc..
Old Fraud���And after floating about
on the spur for three whole days, 1
was finally washed ashore, sir.
Gent  (unimpressed)-1-Ah,    and    It
thrown hlni overboard, so I am drop- would hurt you to be washed ashore
plug him a line. ngaiu, either.
SMOTHERING OF ASTHMA STOPS QUICK
THOUSANDS CURED BY "CATARRHOZONE"
Count Ten���Then Relief Comes From
Chi. nie Asthma
Nothing yet discovered can compare
with Catarrhozone in bad, ugly cases
of Asthma.
Catarrhozone is the one remedy that
can he sent quickly and direct to all
T _rts of the breathing apparatus.
The effect Trorn Catarrhozone is a
quick one���you feel better in ro time
keep up tlio good work, use Catarrhozone as directed and you get well.
If your case is curable, if anything
on earth can rid you permanently of
Asthma, it wlU be Catarrhozone. II
contains that Btrangcly soothln,; and
powerful antiseptic found In tho Blue
Gum Tree of Australia, aid this  is
fmilled by other germ-killing properties which, wbea so scientifically con*
blned, made Catarrhozone a veritable
specific for Asthma, Catarrh and
Bronchitis.
Even though many other remedies
have failed���even though you are discouraged and blue���cheer up and try
Catarrhozone to-day. What it repeatedly has done for 01 hers :t will surely
not fail to accomplish for you.
Catarrhozone is not expensive. Ona
dollar will buy a complete outfit from
any Druggist. Tlie money will be well
spent because your Immediate improvement in health will surpass your
fondest expectations. Don't wait���today is the time to use Catarrhozone. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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There are so many different brands of paint on the  market now-a-days that  the
intending purchaser often finds a difficulty in selecting the best
t /
Let tlie Big Architect and Contractor Choose for You
Tbe C.  P.  R. have just placed  an order with ths British  America Paint Co.,  for
7,000  gallons of Prudential Wall  Finish,
400 gallons of Porcelite Enamel
to be used on their new hotel in Vancouver
We a e the sole agents for their goods and can supply any coloi  or combination
at the shortest notice.     Send for a color card  and  prices
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COURTENAY
P. O. Box 230
"Not better than the best, but better than the rest"
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VICTORIA NOTES
I'liere
ation .
i   : ,
-I II. C. produced
i line-lit equal  to
itiou, the tota-
icrense ol $245,-
. ur, and a well
taxation.    The
is  ��268,000 foi
.���.-.- sum ol which
[cli i low proportion
��� !ih the expense
li i iness concerns.
1 logging oper-
i 180(1 miles of
these under the
officials (guard-
in addition to
.n work, fire
construction of
itations, cabins,
were built ill
.elephoiie  were
-t i
com]
T_
ul
-In
is being manifest- j
lhe  approaching
to Coartpuay, I
-...,;.   the proud '
End of Steel" or I
There is a steady exidiis
ieo]     Irom the centres ol population
ilu-   sparsely  settled district's,   and
I   in. lau 1 eau be got for a pric.-
will ""'. : ike   np  the  whole of  a
. I,  the  whole of
i'l.\   near  court-
with  n  contented
nl   from  20  to  40
hence-
GRANTHAM
Mr. F. H. Janes is having an
electric lighting system installed in
his house unci barn, also a hot and
cold water service in the house.
The farmers along the Upper.
Road are very sore at tlie Telephone
Company's action, with regard to
furnishing them a telephone service.
Six or eight of them want tlie service and think they should hat-
it at tha same price as the others
pay. They have been refused unless they agree to pay five dollars
and a half per month. No reason
has been gi ben for the extra charge.
There's ouly oue way io remedy
this and that is for the whole community to join in installing a rural
telephone company. It is not too
late yet, all that is needed is concerted action.
the rail way bt-1
i r,.i\, will be  filled
hi land -. ���:.. i-. over
forth laud will sell, il at .ill at a price
corresponding in it-, value as (arm land,
' a prici will allow the mnn with
11 i.ll capital to nettle and make a living.
Such .'i population near your township
would be of endless benefit, audnsottrce
uot only of (leinaiiil but also ol supply.
A liiiiiin is not the blessing it seems, as
too many have realized alre'ady,
in connection with lhe correspondence
going on in your columns, the following
from the \ ictoris colonist will be
of in ten ���!.--
The statement is mnde Unit there is to
li.- an application to the Esquiinnult
Municipal Council i ir the transfer of the
licence formerly held by John Day, (or
his premises in Esquliimu.lt Village to
the Halfway House, ou the Bsquimault
Road. 1( siiL-h au application were granted there would be a veritable storm of
public indignation, To open ill that locality a place where intoxicating liquors
could pe sold, would be an outrage upon
; 11 respectable people, besides being a
���' ritnent to nil the property in the
. icnity. Esquimau! t can get along very
well with even less drinking places than
at present indict it.
Increasing competition in Victoria is
causing many oldtinie concerns to look
to themselves ami get out of the "boom-
time" rut. The latest form of threatened competition is a Co-Operation Association, designed to still further reduce
the cost of living, and at the same time
to encourage local sources of supply. It
is a sign of the times which every storekeeper in the city, as well as the middle
unin,.will do well to consider.
Nuns Commenced Fifty
Years Ago
Cowichan, _. C, will this year
celebrate the golden jubilee of the
coming of St. Ann nuns to that
centre Paganism then prevailed,
and the Indians of Cowichan were
fierce and daring, and a terror to
all other island tribes. They numbered fully 4,000. Christianity
was first brought to them bv the
Ol date'pioneers, Fathers L,empfril,
PaudosyandCliirou.se, Sr, To the
late Father Rondealt, fell the work
of organizing the Gowichan Mission
I the first iu the diocese, and to
assist him, application was made to
the Victoria house of the St.   Ann
I nuns, The first church was called
the "Butter Church," because the
Father,    who was also a skilled
j agriculturist, paid for the church
! by the sale of his butter.
Ii was in 1864 that Sister Mary
Conception, who is still alive and
S ster Mary of the Sacred Heart,
left Victoria iu a canoe for Cowichan. Land was purchased at one
dollar an acre, and iu October, 1864
I the Sisters took possession of the
little cenvent built for them bv]
Father Roudeault, which measured
50 feet by 30, its crevices being'
filled up by the two sisters with!
moss and rags. To this primitive
little structure about fifty Indian
FORD
VIED
My dear D. & Ii. it is with much sorrow that I humble myself before
you, if I have caused you much pain I pray thee forgive life, it was my
narrow lnindedness that caused ine to misunderstand your great writing
when you wrote, Eord owners don.t you wisli many things, 1 understood you to mean the Eord was only half finished when it left the
factory, and was the only car that ever did need extras, when I saw the
above my temperature went up to boiling heat, but as the result of the
last few days cool weather I am down tn normal again.
But in your writings of April 9th you really did say some nasty things
you said that 1 was'ii measly rat catcher, now right here on my bended
knees I confess that 1 have caught a few beaver and a few marten, and
other wild beasts, and when a torn rat comes meandering around my
place I sure do get him, but if you will forgive it will uot occur again.
Now you called our Sammy a soil drill- bottler, if you had called him
a booze fighter he never would have got over it; we don't just catch who
you mean by paper hanger and shoe shine ex.ert, but if it is J. _., well
lie is fat and good natured and a first class electrician, and in the future
will have charge of the electric end of the l'ord garage, you say yonr
opinion is worth lots more than this combination, well 1 think it is good
.'ind if you will put it in a bottle with a little mustard and a pinch of salt,
cork it up tight, it will keep. You also say Eord Agents are not allowed
to sell Ford Extras, allow ine to explain my dear Gaston,
The Ford Motor Co., does not say what we shall or shall not buy or
from whom you shall buy, we can sell Eord extras as cheap as anybody,
we can make 30 to 300 per cent, on Eord extras, where we only make
about IS per cent, on Eord parts, but the Eord Motor Co., requests us
not to load up our customers with unnecessary expense, and we have to
notify any Eord .owner wh > has had electric lights attached to the Ford
magneto, or if shock absorbers have been put on his car, his guarantee
on these parts has been cancelled, The Eord car has 110 more need
for shock absorbers than a pig lias an eye glass, they ride easier without them. The new 1914 Eord is fitted witli the new Ford coils which
have tungsten points, and will not fuse and are set at the (act iry, need
no adjustment, and i> certainly a great improvement over platinum
points,    Nuff said, we call quits.
E.  O.  EM 13 E
EORD  D_.AI.ER FOR COMOX DISTRICT
Eord Garage, Courtenay B. C., for storage battery charging and repairing ignition troubles, armature winding, bell work, house lighting,
magnets recharged, coil winding etc.
,,_-o_wpuncturel" he said. Then lie
swore. But It wasn't a puncture. It was
a pinched tube. Inner tube had slipped
under edge of the casing. Never could
have happened had the man been using
Goodyear No-Rim-Cut Tires. They always hold tight against tho rim. Hava
126 braided piano wires in the bead
which do thetrick. Tube can't get under.
For this and other reasons we push
Goodyear No-Rim-Cut Tires. We carry
a fresh supply ut all times, in your size-
smooth tread or "All-Weather." Drop in.
See these tires before you spend say
more money for tires.
Duncan & Birch
Automobile Engineers
girls came to be taught. They
came with their bed mats on their
backs, and slept on the floor of the
schoolroom at night, but after
about seven years of great difficulties, the work had to be given
up.
With a view to preventing fires
and keeping buildings as free as
possible from dangerous substances,
the Ontario Government is establishing a special fire department.
There will be a fire marshal! with a
staff of deputies, and the department will be fully equipped to
investigate all questionable fires,
and take such steps as will stop
as far as possible the great waste
from fire. The insurance companies
will bear the expense of the depart
ment, and the fund will be provided
by a tax of one-third of one per
cent. of. lhe gross premiums received by such corporations on the
business transacted in Ontario during tbe preceding year. The
province will not be put to any
expense in connection with the
department,
* J. Duncan and B. Kilpatrick are
home from Vancouver for the holidays,
The superintendant of a Sunday
school was illustrating for the children the text. "Arise and take the
young child and his mother and
flee into Egypt." Showing them
a large picture, she asked, "Now,
is'nt that splendid?   Here  is the
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Sterling,   Kelvin,
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Phone 38
Courtenay
young child, there's Egypt in the
distance." The children, however
looked disappointed, and finally a
little boy piped out. "Teacher,
where's the flea.

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