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YOUR PRINTING
Can not lie done any better, ami
not unite ho well Anywhere else
hereabouts. Our tyne and mauliln-
ery is eomplete ana The Review
prices -ire right
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RICKSON'S
Gent*'  Furnishings
and Hatters
VOL. 6
COURTENAY.  B.  O. THURSDAY JULY 25 1918
NO. 34
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10
COURTENAY
Local Lines
Mr, Ray For.esl ot Vancouver, i;
siting al  M ra. li. Kilpatrick's.
vl-
.Miss Stella Sackville left lasl.
on a visit lo Victoria.
we k
Mlss Gladys Sackvll
Tuesday after spendln;
holiday nt Victoria.
le returned   i
, it two   wool
Miss Grltuason arrived home
Victoria on Satudny evening,
Tlir mi lie peddlers ot Cumberland
nre now charging i") cents per iiurin
tor milk.
The postal clerks in Vancouver arc
on strike, consequently there were no
Vancouver papers In tho mail this
morning,
ARRIVED AT LAST at the Ford
Oarage*- "AMltu," the Groal Blectmlc
Trouble Shooter, li is estimated thai
there are some 12,000 different ails in
llio Starter and Lighting systems in
use today. "Ainhii " gets nil ol them
absolutely; no guessing, and at very
i ilitiu cost lo the customer.
Mr. K
rn Mcl-Iutchiln'f
���"le nud family,
(li
Rev,
occupy
church
. McKay
pulpli a
Sunday
The peopde of Cumfcerlaand havo a
I treat In store   for   them   to-morrow
evening when the ladies of the I. nn,
from  E, will take the chlldrn who proclucd
.the operaette "The National Flower"
in thai place.     Twelve auto loads of
tli ni are going.   Tlio   porformaaance
is well worth seeing, and as ninny of
Hi ' children re well known In Cumber
' land a grot deol of interest should bn
���uaticatlng" taken In the event, esneojally   as the
Harry Log- proceds aro to purchase comforts for
the boys who have gone overseas from
this district.
if Vancouver will     ,,      _ _ _ ,    ,       ,    ,
the Presbyterian ��� Bowser, leader  of   the
V(,njn .   " '     Oppcs'tlon in the legislature nt vic-
toi-ia has been in the district   for the
Point wilh
FOR SALE���Ten good, milk cows���
Governnieni tested���for rash, ov exchange for sheep, T. a. 1,. Smith,
Hornby Island.
Senile sneak ihiof stole Wm. Urau-
hart's overcoal oul of his cu- al Cumberland on Saturday night last. Pilfering from cars is allogEihei' ion frequent an offence at Cumberland.Scarcely a week goes by thai some one's
car from Ihe valley Is- not robbed of
iis contents.
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THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,     MUFFLERS.     SHIRTS.
SHOES,   RUBBER,     GOODS
EVEPYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a sliipnient of Ladies  Shoes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and see our Roods, you'll always find our  prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
WANTED���A quantity of old potatoes���Any one having any for salo
kindly lave word at Review Ollire
FOR SALE���Throe young grado Jersey cows���mllklg: test from .4 to .6.
also one team of horses, 1100 lbs each
harness nnd wagon. Going cheap.
Apply at Review office.
QUIET FAMILY COW WANTED--
Fi-esh or about lo freshen. Sen-l particulars to Box A, Review office.
NOW IS THE TIME to peel Rar-
berry Bark. For best prico and particulars see William Douglas, Courtenay.
YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE���Poland
China, six weeks old; $7.50 each. Apply Mary Berry, Little Qualicum, B.C.
HORSE FOR SALE���Aged 0 years;
serviceaby sound, very suitable for
farm, driving or delivery purposes,
price $50; reason for selling, have 2
horses, only use for one. Apply Dale
& Partridge, Union Bay.
FOR RENT���Cottage, 5 rooms.
_.ood well and out���bn.Mlngs.flve acres
of land���would make good chicken
ranch; also one driving horse and
buggy for sale. For particulars apply to Mrs. Thos. Cairns, Courtenay.
Mr. A. Ezzy, whom tn,
member as a peddler In
'ot the pas' four or five
tlong wiih a gentleman
.ny   will   re-
this   district j
years,   has.1
named   I tad-1
rasl '"o or 'hree -'ays wit'iis rqn-
aii"'! with Co elec'orat*?, en." ������''������
iirt.- ���'��� ��� nei I ��� of ih" ������ ���'��� r ���
lncldently replenishing his stick m
ammunition with which to go after
the present, government leader* when
(he House meets. From preent indi-
cations he will give th o eunants ot
Ihe Treasury benches some verv unpleasant half hours. Last nigh" he
mel llie Executive of the Conserva-
n've Association and gave rr very In-
ruclive talk to thoi".   Tb -re   is no
dad, oiioncd
building (or __________
land Bros., Cumberland,.  While
el-ling aboul the country Mr. V.z
doubl
���rn dry goods store in tlie!(loutn but that the R*-vemment ishas-
ly occupied bv McFan-- ten,I**! '" its ''ow-fall.     T' ""    '"���'"'
doubled the tuxes in all   unorganized
and   aMhontrh
trav- >'
districts
th
hhi.'ii|l,a,f th,e buslnfijw belli
I formerly, lb" civil ser
made many friends who will wi
luck in his new venture. ,   ,
creases  and the
Manried-AI Parksville, m Tuesdav men? l'80 ln0r6f
Julv 16th, by Bishn,, sshofi-lil, a-wtet-h"8 h"V,,a " '""
e,l by the Rev. 11. V. Hltchcox,   Veil."'""1 lh" '""",,n
Archdeacon  Colllscn i f S ml' Ick   to
dc
Mis*! J. II. Hickey, da gbtei' nf MnH*
and Mrs. Hlckev. i f Parksville, T' ���
bride wns attended by hor t\ o sisl rrs
as flower girls, and Mr. !���'. A. Spar!..;
was- groomsman. Archdeacon .an.I
Mrs, CoUllson will spend I li rc- weeks
in the north In August, Rev. .1. W.
Flinlou of Victoria will supply during
bis absence.
ne no-v aas
list still In-
s   rn.'     o-nnl".
"...    , ; i| ������  rs
ualiva'i'i'- ' ar
!,..{,.   ������ :���-    ;   ,..1
friinilies drsporl themselves ia gov r
ment- owneil autos.     How    long will
the people stand for I'
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Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
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THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
V BQaOPWWwewwew- *b<w<
"Fleet Foot" Canvas Shoes
IN ALL STYLES AT
The Courtenay Shoe Store
Our Canvas   Shoes   have stood the test ���They have the wearing qualities and graace the feet properly.
We have a style and fit for
EVERY   MEMBER   OF   THE   FAMILY
When you want a "FLEET FOOT" Shoe look for the name
"FLEET FOOT "stamped on the sole
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
WE GIVE ALL OUR ATTENTION To SHOES ONLY.
10 per cent. Discount to Returned Soldiers and their wives.
Autos for hire���large and small���
day or night. Ford Garage. Phone
46.
The Ford Garage lias a Welding
plant with a first class welder.
Bring in your broken parts in cast
iron, steel, aluminum, and brass,
etc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., i6th Ave. and
Main St. Vancouver, B. C Monuments, Headstones and Cemetery
Fences, the largest Monumental
works in tlie \v st.
Lost���22' launch hull with red
trimmings last seen at D-, ke Sawmill boom on Saturday. Finder
kiudly notify N. H. Boden. phone
59.
For Sale���About 312 acres of
land in the City of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria. B. C.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal aud old rubbers sec Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford enrage,
j    Go   to  McBryde's  for   quality!
I bread, '
Ernes! Perry of Vancouver visil in:
With friends in town this week. Ilo
was ovorsons with the Machine Bun
section of Hi? "lb Battalion und was
badly wounded while In action after
lho Vimy lighl by a Hun shell which
burst right beside him. While he wis
unconscious his many valuable souvenirs wore stolen nt the Army Medical
Corps station. This happens frequently. He says no case has yet been
known of a soldier robbing bis companions of souvenirs whether wounded or dead.
A splendid sample of bridge repairing Is lo be soon on the bridge a little
nasi Sam Canlhoun's ranch. A hole
had become worn in one of the pinks,
and after repealed warnings the road
boss sen' a couple of men up with a.
four inch plank which they mailed 'a
down on ton of the bridge, instead of j" P
cutting out. tho broken plank, thus
making aa bump about. (1 Inches hiirh.
We had the pleasure (?) of driving
over this obstruction four limes yesterday aflernoon. neurit* wrecking the
car 'be first, time. This is a fine example of rhe wav the public reads are
kept UP in tin dislricl.
High School  Exams.
Courtenay Centre
tenay Superior School, .Vi- :;"
lor   grado  Maximum    marfe ;
No,   candidates. I,       ��� ������
ii,- M.    Gibson,    648     Private
Intermediate irradi .   1
nan.   1 cndldate ; oesseil 0
Leila Carroll passed at   Cu*m-
( our
ed jur
mnn.
Charier
study,
marks
MIs*
herlnil
The follow-in
trace examdatf
Campbell, 1.. V
Duncan leader
pupils passed the eti-
s at Courtenay���Vtoli
irde. E. Fltzgeraald. B.
Sutton.
Thmse passing cfrom Comox wort ;
Flora Piercy. Wlnnlfred Hall. G Pa-.it*
From Lazo, W. M. GboSe*. From San.i
wick, Ro-,- Cliff. Audrey Grieve, Laura
King, Winnie Parker.
Anglican Services
Juy 28th, the 9th Sunday after Trinity
11.00 a.111  ���Matt-ins  and   Holv  Com-
niunliyi at  Holy Trinity, Cumb*-r-
ar.d Sermon at. due
Evenson;
Lazo Mission.
lo p. 111.���Evensong and Sermon.
St. Peter's Comox.
.".0 p. m.���Evensong and Sermou
St. John's Courtenay.
a-.
I. O. D. E. NOTES.
H. A.
COLLISOK,
Archiie:*: -
LOGGIE BROS.
Next the Drug Store Phone 48
|_��Btr.'--r
FRASER'S
For Fresh  Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery  and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
The Auxiliary to St. Joseph's hospl-
fil wisli to thank everyone who help-
1 i'ii make the garden fete and daancel
h'-ld on the 17th inst. such a cuccess.
I Also many thanks to the parties from
| Ladysmith whoso   different   numbers
on tlie concert programme were very
much appreciated.   Altogether $iio:_.nn
was realized, which   will   bo used by
the Auxiliary in helping   supply   the
hospital wilh linen etc.
* *   *
The next   monthly   meeting of the
Comox branch of Ihe Auxiliary will be
held Ihe first Wednesdaay In August.
Place lo he announced later.
* *   *
The pair of   pillows   ra    ed by llie
Daughters of the Empire at the dance
on July 2Srd *.v. r on hv Fid  Boden,
and lhe centrepiece by Mrs. Fairbairn
* <   ��
Th ' Daughter's of lhe .. .niplr" o*">
mocring the 2nd and last Thursday of
the month at oliM. o'clock, for 'he
the summer months.
Maple   Leaf  Theatre.
SATURDAY, JULY 27TH.
Rex Beache's Greatest Story
"THE AUCTION BLOCK."
(A Transcript of Lifel
Tho life drtma of a million girls in
America's big cities aand small towns
A series of most thrilling scenes.   Do
not miss it.
Comox Creamery
Butter
63c per lb. tMs week
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
AND PATRONS
Tho?" indebted lo this office
for subscriptions and job printing
are requested to ray up with ul
delav There r-e nolle a number
who seem 1 ��� think 'hat theyare
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick 'J^2l
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  Sch ol
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Courtenav
Sunday  School and   Bible Clas'
10:30 a. in.'  Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
Corns
Corns
Corns
U je
Robertson's
Corn Remover
sUUCm
iW C ^Uy^rn
!    } 1   0  -._��. - :..  ���        -       1..  . >_ v. i..��.
undo
th Ir
offlc
r��l Irs
:    collector.
Coin
B. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Uomox Valley Advocate
A  Weekly   Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, It. ('.
N. H. BonttN, Editor nnd Proprietor
Subscription $1  .1) per War  in   Advance
$2.00 per annum if not so paid
THURSDAY Jl  1,Y 25, 191S
HERE    AND   THERE.
The- Commission uf Cunserv'ilion
has jusl published a l-anner'a Ac-
-.vim. book containing Idunks niul
instructions fm n simpl ��� Ijbti complete syst.-.n -ii i���'!ii 'Hick-keeping,
Tt will bo soul nn request tn bona
l'nle farmers uiily. i
CARD OF THANKS
Tiie Sisters 0 f St. Joseph wish lo
thank sincerely the la.Ins of the Hospital Auxiliary and their co-labourers
and lli..so who sent contributions and
douaitlcns and In any way assisted In
1 aklng live fete suoh asuccess, The
music furnished by lho lln Ilo Orchestra of Cumberland was mml] apprscl-
r.l   d  ,0   rile  I l.i.-j _,a..l.
Campbells
New Summer Goods
Suinmi 11 os have boon issued ag-
nnisi two motor car 1 wnors, one at
I ndysmilh, lhe other nl Sooke for
driving pnsi funeral parties lusl week
01
A farmer's wife in Connecticut
hurrying from mill-in.', tin
the kitchen, fi nn tlu- kitcht u t��s
the churn, from tlie-'clitirn to lhe
woodhhed, ami back in the kitchen
stove, was asked if she wanted n
vote. .She vehement y'. lepiiel;
"No, I 'certainly do nol, I . ny
11 i\v, it thero is oue littic thing tbe
men folks caii do alone an leaven's sake let them do it."
IIII in. Voile In    white, Maize, Peach,
Grey, Old Hose, Alice Blue, Navy and
Black, at 05c por yard.
Crepe Cloth in Plain Keif Colors and
11 1.   i.ii.i ,-,.,i i-here are t? 270 sol-   ''"'""'V  Stripes,  Lace  Figured  Ohgan-
.lier   "f'llio bo-'I b.-s work'ng on the  ,lio ,iml Silk Stripe and Figured Voiles
Island f  -in-   h.l 1 summer.     Many or rrom 50c 'u $l-r'�� Pl'r >'anl-
ih-.:,     re sebne! I oys who nre wotrk-   Prints, Cheeked and Striped Gingham
Ing -,:>  li.- -re with their pn rants. |        at lhe old prico, 6 yds for $1
1 Special Value In MesBaline and l'on-
The rain Blorm of lost Thursday al gee Silks.
Vancouy ��� was pccomimulod by lho Newe8( BStyles In Coal. Middles and1 ill
mosl vn lo 1 1- hilling -id llnuider Wash Skirts, Ladles Summer Undo.- 'f
ev��'' ('N!" '��� ''"""     Several lion-! VeB(fl in QMon ;m\ Mreorlzod I.lsle
''���, the electric from 35c ,0 $Ul0 cnch
,i:l"1'"'1 "���'<���'���   Ladles Colored    Silk and I.lsle Hose
ii. all Light Shades
Ladles High Top White Canvas Shoes
with Leather Sbles.Cuban    and Low,
Heels. I
l.adios llahlng Suits and Caps
Special  Value  in  Jien's  Merino and1   .'.
Hall i-lggan Underwear, in    two-piece'  fjTl
and union    suits,    short sleeves and'
kneo length.
; wer :". 'uclt and
\vs to    llt-hl   nob's aril   wi'
NOTICE
it*
AU   persons  indebted  lo  111" eslale
of  -.i-aiu-ir. .Iiibn  Henry Everett, late I
TT        ,, .    ,,      0      1   ...' of Courtenay, B.C., who died intestate
Up ,0 the present    the  fire  loss  m ..ri m*       ���.   .������,.   m7| mns(,
of the Donrniou ol   Canada  is  2-, rorHiwIt-ta    settle    suoh    indsbedness I
percent preater than for  the  cor- ,vith ihe undersigned, and all persons
responding period ot last voir,    If having any accounts or claims against   lion's   Youth's
tliis rate oF  destittctiim   continues, the said estate nms presenl the same j
Bathing
Men's Department
's    Yi.nib's    and   Hoy's    Ba!
llie kiss wil! ex reed thirty-two mil-   i","'" ""designed on or before the.   M   ,   whUe   nnd   Colorei3 ,.i;1(, ani
�� m dollars in ,.,-s   and     toolbar  ^^^r'^fta^"^ ' ,     ^ "^ '" '�� "Sht ^f
with expenditures upon   insurance  ),y aHi<l;ivii of statutory declaration,    1 sl101'1 Shirts and Ties, Tennis Shoos
.,,  m
to
to
Give Zest to Your
Breakfast
���
By Commencing it with the most Wholesome
of Cereal Dishes
Royal Standard Rolled Oals
Ask for it Today at your Family Grocer's
Look for the Trade Mark, the Circle "V on evvery  Sack..
Our own waslo makes our Allies want
Issued by Canada Pood Board,
to
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to
to
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to
to
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aud lite protecti m,  tvill   constitute   Dated this 25th day of June 1918
a   burden   of   j_6s,.*>oo 000,     This ETHEL ANNIE KERTON, Hats,
means abiml *.io out of .he   pocket  of Courtenay, R C, Administratrix of   social   Value in   Boys and Youth's
,'   ,, ibe   esiate   of the within-named Sport Shirts and Blouses
t mon Suits iii  Summer  L nderwea".
������, I to   Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
to Phone 33, End ol Bridie B. Towlur,   Mer.
Panama   and    Boater Shaped  Straw |   %,'as|Ais|A4i����'a ^,-%��-�� *-.35vS**'J��'JS-JB'-3sa^
��.__* 9* __*.__*. 4*.^,. __*.,��_��. **-._*   .___i._^.__*  ifi-*ei-*r- ,__**__* -irr- jSa-tee ���** *W
to
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to
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of every man, woman
Cana la, or ,-ilmrst 5pi for the aver
aid family
decedent.
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MAIL  CONTRACT.
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Tlie g-ic.it laboratory of the  Oe
iieral Electric Company at >Schenec
tady is (maintained fal   an  annual
cost of over $500,000 and  employs
seventy-five ^investigators, ' inclitd-l
,1 '    SEALED TENDERS,   addressed  to 1
,ng among thou,   -eve-al   v. ho  arc   ^*M*>Jg> Qw^ ^ bQ _.ecei.
eminent in the world of pine.science ve(] .��� ()tt,nvil untll ������������_ on Friday,
One of its products ts the tttugsten   u,e 19th July,  mis.  for the convey- )
lamp which?1:    now   in nii'iir'.iir-d jnnce of llis Majesty's .Mails, on pro-.
by Jtwenty-two jfrctories; scattered | posi d contracts for four years in each
over tiie i-ountrv      This i;itm��    ac- t ease oetween
'  ' COMOX AND COURTENAY
COMOX & E.& X. RY. STATION
Straw lints nnd Caps, Brown Canvas|
Slioes and Sneakers ill all Size'.
Invictus Sho:s, "The Best Good Shoe
for Men."
Campbells
CUMERLAND
cording to a very e*ir-~ftil  estiniaie
made in icjii. was, a! that time ef- 1 :i,,j
fectillg a power   saving   valued   at   Union Bay and Wharf and Ry. Station
$240,000,000   per   lanum,      Sinceion ard from the 1st October ner;!.
the.i, the cousumotiou ofjthis type      Printed   notices containing further I ~-_._~...
Oflampjha,   increased   throe   fo.d fe ^jj�� StfTJu S   PIANO  &  ORGAN
and research hns increased its effi |b,,ul|( f(l,n,s o( tender may he obtain.-1
ciency of liglit I roductieii nearly ,,,] ,.,, n,e p0sl Offices of Comox, Cour-,
twenty five per cent.    The ie.se  rch.tenay, Sandwick and Union Bay, and.
workers are disci.ur-.gerl from think  al tlie office of the undersigned. Vy ]*        fl ft,   A  n1 H
c r ���  1 t, i- E  11   FLETCHER, I   ��T   .     tS .      VJi \J jC\ S\ U
ine* of financial resulIs, asdiscovor- Jj- "���    ,. '    .        ,������ ���
,   h ,.,,.i ,      1 1 ��� 0. Inspector.
Ies are more likely to lie made   bv  pog| ome(_ ���,SI���.,(()r-K offlce, victoria
those   who   ate   wrrkinj*1   in   the     B   ,���   ..lsl ji;,v, mis.
scientific spirit,���Prof. ]. C. Fields
COURTENAY TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY
(&IV
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
�����w-'V-;r*>^��'"^*!^V->i^*Vr*e<v''^^-'v^VrV>>��>^vr^S ^*Mi^*ar0*i,
s.
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block
Courtenay
Tuning aad Repairing
Here about Apl. 1
Leave orders at Review office
Comox   Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all  Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonab'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo  Railway
shortest and quic::"c: :.:u:::3
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35    Monday,
Wedne-it'ay and   Friday,  connecting  at Parksville
Junction wilh train for Port Alberni, and at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Victoria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver and at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving at^ Courtenay at 16.10.
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
V:hi  t s Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Heach  &  Field
Phone RQ60
D. B. NICKERSON
L Agent C-mrteoijr,
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be   Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
B. & K, Flour is a finely ground I-'Uutr made from tlie highest
>;i-.u1l- of oats. For Dread baking .'a. Flour is tlle most satisfactory of
all substitutes lor blending wiili wheat Hour, Will be on sale at all
tlle leading grocery stores towards llie end of the present week.
B. &K. Rolled rials, II. & K. Oatmeals, B. & K, Cornmeal, B.
& K. Buckwheat Flour, are all substitutes for (lour and are the highest
grade obtainable, Insist on fl, & K. and you will get nothing but the
best.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
The Telephone Co-operates
With You
The spifit of co-operation is in the air more than ever, ft means
that the more you ilo, tiie greater is tlie ilegiee of benefit coming back
to yourself.
Apply it to your telephone service. Von have excellent operators,
adequate equipment, and tlie more yon seek a perfect service the better
you will tie pleased.
You will find that tlie Company endeavors at nil times to heartily
co-opernte to the end of giving tlie public the best tliere is in the telephone utility.
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
at
LStill There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
| [Next to Hardy & Biseoe
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
M_________M__I
mm THE COURTENAY REVIEW
A?
**m**mmmk*mm*1tmp*^^ The National Flower
I
*
Big REDUCTION Sale
Opens Tuesday July 23
Clearance Sale of all Silks. Ladies', Children's and Gents' Ready-to-
wear Offerings in this Sale are guaranteed to be our regular stock The
very best quality offered at a low price, not as an inducement to buy
but as a necessity to the public.
It is   a   Genuine   Clearance   Sale
HERE'S SOME OF OUR BARGAINS:
Gents' Furnishings at
Cotton    Crepe    House   Dresses,  regular  $3.00
Sale price, $1.95
Chambray and Gingham  Dresses, made  in  fine
styles with belt, values $3.25, $300 and $2.60.
Sale Price $2.35, $2,25 $2, and 1.75
We carry a full [line of Embroideries in all
widths. Hand embroidered Nightgowns, made
of fine cotton crepe, while they Ust, $2.25 each
Ladies' Fine Cotton Nightgowns, trimmed with
lace, Clearance Sale 90c
Checked Ginghams  and Print, guaranteed fast
dyes, at 19c per yard.
Very Low Prices
Gents' Heavy Sox, reg. 45c, 6 dozen pair only
at 25c a pair
Men's medium weight Underwear, reg. ^1.10,
to clear at 80c a garment
Gent's heavy  ribbed   Underwear,  reg.
garment, Sale price $1.25
$1.75 a
1
Call in and see More of our Bargains
Give us a Trial.     If we  please
others, we ourselves are pleased.    Two Stores that always have Big Sales.
Powell River and Cumberland.    Cumberland Branch is
The Cumbe
WE SELL FOR CASH WE SELL FOR LESS
Don't Forget.    Next Door to the Ilo-Ilo Theatre
f    f0ammwmmmmmm*3tmm*am^^ -^^!^Q^a^)t�� ^MMMMMMMMl-r *>*n��*'l��
'ry Goods Store
Mr. H, F. Pullen, city editor of
the Victoria Times, has purchased
tne prince Rupert Daily news, and
will take over control of the property Immediately,
Large numbers of our dairy farmers who have in the past relied so
extensively on concentrates for
their milking cows are having a
difficulty at the present time in
prot/iding what i.s termed a balanced ration- When it becomes,
from a linahcia! point of view, im-
p is Me lo pay the price which is
asked for these expensive feeds and
make a reasonable profit, then the
fanner will produce as much of the
feed as he cau on his farm. Jersey cattle in Canada weigh Jany.
thing fram 8oo to 1,200 lb. Those
on the Island of Jersey weigh on an
average of about 600 lb. The
American cow has increased in size
because she is fed on concentrates.
In Jersey tlie farms, which are
about 10 actes in extent, support
siv or seven cows, which are fed
on roots, grass, etc, and none of
them give less than 14 pounds of
butter per week. There thev lay
stress on simple rations and regular hours of feeding  and  milking.
On Tuesday evening the large au ll-
torluni of the Maple Leaf Theatre wns
taxed io Its utmost to accomodate t' .-
crowd ilnit gathered tn   wlfess   "-���>
���M't-fni'ir'tirc"    of    the    op-'r- Itta " The
XnilrMiii Flower" and trlD the li V
f:i"t"siio afterwards, Oout'beray ar 1 -
.���ir"" -aro becoming famous tvhena
Miythlna of (i patriotic nature is gl**en
ft jThe children's rendition of the oper-
M ett-i y/gjs ns good as anyone could .ms-
M  sibh- have wished expressions of sat-
selatlon being hoard
fvfne to th?   In "e ���
".,,1 in the olirl-'r*- -
to
9
slbl
_   isfacticn anil rin|
1   nf everv hand.
It ti r- net    era
. 1 who (""ilned thcr
1  ,   ilnrii'-.'l'-ps to   !""���" 'i,<>:..   r"'T-- ���
I pret i-'ii'd    Tin- little enes -.vim   	
j ' tie'iiv a't'red i" 8i**v costumes, ro >-e-
. -reniii".r the dlff*"t'en-| flowers, *���'*���.,
' . rendered ''"ir sot""*9 dancss,gavotH's,
' . i'ic. unrlgbtly and In zone) for"i. while
. ; the chonm*>s h'd plenty ot vim. All
tin- solos werp well taken from tha' of
' lb" Jndee. Miss Viols C-'-m-hell v-'"'i
bl'i'-l.- gown -*'.l Tv*n*doTV--l wiir,
% .ii hn Bull, Hairy St rvens, who at
% las' brought In a sack of Purity fl ut
% on a  trinjk    Miss Violet Hicks Beach
* ' made a beaautlful Queen of Roses,
She was attended by two *i*ai-i hear -s
Owen Palrbairn and Dm-is McKenzie,
If"" son-r was mii'di appreciated,
Tbe thistle duet wasnicely *-ende**ed
by Hazel Leighton ainl .lean Beasley.
The Tairbnii'lne ,lance by Isad*"*e
Su'ton. Highland fling bv Marian P*>1-
Jjas. Woodland Sprite, Phi'lis Glaz-
m,br~ok; a scarf dance, with the Welah
M   National dance, as an encore, by M:ss
��� Amy Kilnal'lck were especially pleasing features. Christine Millard end
T.eo Fletcher wore ideal woodmympbs
and their RprigMly "r-nr-f-*"iiI 'no'-"-
menis delighted Hi" audience.
Mai'y Stewart's rendition of the
I "Four Le'afed Clover" was one of the
besl liiiniliers on Ibe programme. She
I has a wonderfully sweet, clear vo-<-*>
of greal range ami flexibility, which
may can-v her far some day.
I Wilfrid Ciinnlmrhnm'* Bailiff s'
with local hits broughi fl --1 '������
I bouse.     The swinir song by K.vhl
I StQvens was also pi-ctrilv a -   ed
There were sunflower**, and    we-
Hn abundanee and also 11 fine Dig on
lull contributed Iheir   ipio'a    towar  .-
making the affair the   grand bucci ��� ���
I llia.1 it, was.
1 the programme:
[Chimes
|l    .In.I'.-".  Song Viola  Campbell
Palsies. Song
Lily. Sonir dance
f"' ve' I e    Roses
Queen of Hoses. Flower Girl =r.
Violet Hicks Beach
Pnnfowfir
W'oi'd  Nymphs���Christine Millard ad I eo Ftetch   '
r>i'l n I.onie Carnpbi
Ch ni��  "" Vole  ���
Vow Caste 1'pir  'he Pre'tv Flower
m. T.,,'-i)o,i,.|ne dance..Isad.
Weeds
Thistle  duot....H'zel   LelfhtOP
T-'n   P.-.'i ���'
.  I.'o'i" 1 esfpfl Clove-   ... .ir-""-  *���   ������-   -
1". Pailirr Song ...W"If-hi Cunnlngha
15. nance, Woed'nn.l Rpr'te
Philli* ("Hasbro* fe
itCt. Rwln?  Son? K'h'T-n   Steve a
I flbpmoter Dance  Am-   FCIInaM
IS. Chorus "Has'e Flowers  A""
"A. Pnnce    Marfan   ?������'.-���-���
i2fl. Jury���""V  Ca-ne-  Decide"
Vnry Stewart, Leila For  ������-
Tr-l-n Bull Son"     H   ?*""      ���
(""bonis   '-Hun- b"   .. ""   ''���*'-*
y-ir,\���...."The Flower? Thr ' *M-"'
Cb-ti'-s...."Coiiie A-.-ay"    35  Void ���
2.'. Judge���"The Flowers That
Hlonm in the Spring, tra In,
26, National Anthem.
riaticing afrer programme. Ilo-r ���
Orchestra will furnish music.
Admission . Adults .""c: ChlldrenjIS
Reserved seas "5c; dance, gents 75 .
Indies fre*1. Seats may be rscrved r*
the drug store.
I
��� 9.
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In
I-
i
ii
21.
As Promised.
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
The Rest.'and cheapest breid in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for
Vancouver and Victoria 10 IS oz. loaves $1
We invite nnyone to dispute the above advertisement]
McBRYDB
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Sho
^iifr*i_��^*>_*>__*-irf"W*iw__**��-**^"M**i--'"*--^ - ���* - r-_���_r-n- i-u-uxjCJ
'j 11 baker of Better Bread
Opposite the city hall
HEADQUARTERS FOR]
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
ft0*0*0*0*0>0t0*0tm*a0aa9s*ya*amg*��a%
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder   "y^ COURTENAY     I
��^�� ^^��wi��,wm��My��^���������e____WSN--9*W__*S8r -�������"' iwwwwwrws,^>��wwf-. wvmmsm^mc
"See here,'  complain"d the man as
he walked up lo the proprietor of th -
jclntliing r.toie.   "I have .nly had this
snl: two weeks are 1; looks rusty a
ready."
"Well." stid the |i*-op-ietor, did the
sales m in guarantee the suit?"
"Hi dl I " replied the man. "He sail
i: would weir like Iron "'
��� Well'   ra-i'led no proprietor, " !:
did, didn't It?"���Cincinnati Enquirer.
.����� ."���    K   '���
HIMIMMIWMHMM
Do You
READ?
The Courtenav  Review
Family Herald aud Weekly Stir
and the Daily Province
for one year
for $6 THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Statement ..re I, 0. D. t. ..CeleiKaUon
at Royston.
RECEIPTS:
Aire. Kiliiali-ick, Booths $480,65
Cafeteria 2-11.75
Gate    137.85
"Kaiser"    88.50
Store, Mrs. Hicks  Beaoh    80.00
Dunce         60.00
"Mrs.   Dawloy's collection    26.S5
Mr. M. II. Hicks lh och  130.00
Collected for Rod Cross, Mrs
Parkin    11.00
Tolal $12110.85
EXPENDITURES
V. n Stewart & Co $ 5814
It. F. S. Novelty Co  86,86
Loeson, Diololo Cross & Co  83,05
Ford Garage  2,on
Mrs. Fletcher  S.00
Robt. McQuillan  12.00
T. Hoolb & Sons  HO.OO
Mrs. il. Every-Clayton  81.00
Royston Lumber Co ��� 72.00
Arpjits  _ 20.00
D. Roy   ",.00
Ho Ilo Orcbesra	
    60.00
....     17.00
���'     ",.,-   .,,!,,,
....     17.00
'n'pberil & Co	
33.00
'r-iew -. 	
7.45
'���. MeBryde	
7.r>o
'n-iiperalivc  Seclety	
....    1S.00
       3 00
cbai. S'mms 	
    20.00
'. II. Tarbell & Son	
      20.00
'rs. A. Teed	
....   12125
6.00
:. T. Clifr	
,86
Brackman Ker Milling	
    3.10
\v. il. Roertson 	
....    " .65
It. ('. Telephone Co	
.00
| ��� .tin:!;, i��iia::i_;"--'4
:_'_'"�����������
"jr**
��� J-
Utilizing all
the Heat
Any furnace will burn
fuel, extract the heat from
it. But only a properly
built nnd installed furnace
will utilize all the heat to
warm your home.
McClary's Sunshine
Furnace inslulk-d the
McClary way is guaranteed
to warm your home���every
room in it.
For Sale bv
C. H.  Tarbell & Son
cil V 5
w?*
London Toronto
St. John, N.B.    Calgary
Furnace
Montreal      Winnipeg      Vancouver        I
Hamilton      Edmonton     Saskatoon    Ci0 I
Disposition of Net Receipts:
Patriotic Fund  _..   $202.15   Headquarters     93,50
1. 0. lh E      202.40 Entrance fees to races not paid
7"~ nut. us  prizes    13.00
''ed Cross         11.00   s.|]e o( pi.ograit,mes           11.00
$6^.04 ^To
ceount for cones, not paid    3.00   r.ult) tlu| in cas!l prlzeg    172.i*o
���   lance (less Red Cross  $11)....524.01 .	
$122r,.s.- moo
Certified  Correct Paitl Into Bank July lib      27.00 I cl, and the violin*<sts must have an art
W. A. W. Hames     on a par  with   lhat.   of  Krelsler.   A
112.00   newspape" is unwilling  1o   stand   up
Amounts Collected f-"-Snc-'s       Pain Mrs. Millard    98.60    before   the world   with   such   state-
Another kind of proflteer is the
sanctimonious ol.l eodger who   raises
youi- ri'iil .lust because he can.
A newspaper is seldom popular
with ihe average musical I lent.
The pianists expect tlie pa'"e**6 to ssiy
of them Ihey are Padereweski; the
vocatsts crmal to Melba ami Call' Cur
Until you have heard the
T ir****^    fl ���
New
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
Ynu can haye no conception ns in how true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is 11 genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, uml tlie tccotds used are indestrttctable nnd play
Inr a full five UlilltlteS each
Write us now for fm titer particulars ol  tlii-; new  Invention
which actually RECREATES music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
���itenav .
' '.on Bay
'illiibcran.l
"Vim-ix ....
Boom Cnnv
-r-'-Oa   ir;,].,���.��� herewith  13.50
83.25   Certified oorreel after having exainin-
r, 00
17 r,n'
e.l the subscription lists attached
hereto.
W. A. W. Hames
ments. What is the result? Locel
talent snys'-With such a paper it is
Impossible to create an artistic atmosphere in Ibis town. ���Atchins'iii
Globe.
������2r.v.:_��r"*; B.-T'i.'j*jr".ssRss&iasmgcSBnixm'i���   .:.���...rscr*fis;'>i-'���,.*-r.:-ns'r-.'j-i.--:r,-.7
^:��i^W'^ Wi :^S^M
iH,1!-
1   !
lir
^��'2FZZ3ZL~JZ."ZZ'7?22r.?ZZ:
IB���6 _MM_P
assiri
*st
Cjji.-f
f 9,703 Con-
utive Ford Sales
ifc
H
I
ill   W1
I
Total
���.GRICULTURE
ir.ir-Tip-s 5M2
Gai'-iicrs. 7-uc"*-
aters 47
Creameries nn"".
ether Sunury
Agricultural
Users 173
r.ClVFRNMF.NT
Ilf.PAKTMENTS  91
MANUFACTURERS
1  -tals���All Classes 36
1 ..rntture S
*.    rlcirs.et*. 38
* r.dlng Materials   14
1 . n'er- nrrl
.Vi-lishcrs 24
C . u.rv 146
Per
Cent
.47
.36
.05
.38
.14
.24
1.50
Total
Vegc-
IL MERCHANTS
OS
12]
27
nd
���nil.
22
30
61
30
25
14
9
.66
1.30
.27
.22
.30
.61
.30
.25
.14
.09
Fruit   and
tables
Grocers
Hardware
Ice
Jewelers
Lumber
Plumbers
Stationery
Tailors
Tobacco
Undertakers
Shoes
Retail Salesmen
Sundry
JOBBERS
Oil, Paint, Grease
Hardware
Building Material
Dry Goods
Groceries, etc.
Sundry
AGENTS
Implements,
Mm-hi-aery, etc.
Salesmen
Real Estate and
Sundry 258
PUBLIC SERVICE
CORPORATIONS 24
200
46
1
10
62
43
14
20
5
8
11
44
227
7
18
6
17
46
144
Per
Cent
.32
2.10
.46
.01
.10
.62
.43
.14
.20
.05
.08
.11
.44
2.40
.07
.18
.06
.17
.46
1.50
Total
TRANSPORTATION
Baggage, Express 89
Bus, Livery, Tail
Cab 271
Railroad 38
Sundry 17
TRADES
Buildings, Con
tractors
121
Painters, Decora
tors
40
Engineers, Mech
anics
130
Sundry
91
PROFESSIONAL
Doctors
202
Vctcrinaries
20
Bankers
43
CHARITABLE
INSTITUTIONS
10
Per
Cent
2.90
.38
.17
1.24
1.41
.91
2.10
.20
.43
101
92
1.04
.95
TOTAL���Primarily for business
use 8,550
83.0S
SUNDRY
Not Included In
above classification 1,156
11.95
.24      Grand Total        9,706 100.
C' II."is of ink and acres of pnper are someUmes used to convey the thought summed
up i-   this chart which states facts. _,_��.��_, ,.   ,
I -it of 9,706 consecutive sales, 8,550 purchasers regard the Ford car as a necessity In
.-ither agricultural or industrial activity. Only 11.95 per rent of these curs are being used,
c*Jm> U**u*. primaaily for business.   Prepare to meet business competition by buying a Ford.
Runabout
Touring ���
Coupe   ���
.   .   $575 Sedan    -   -   -   $970
.   .   595 One-Ton Truck    750
.   .    770 Chum   -   -   -   538
F. O. B. Ford, Ontario
All prices subject to tear tax characs, except trucks and chassis
E. C. Emde
Dealer, Courtenay
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
Because
We keep the freshest line  of Groceries in the
District.    Our prices are Right,  and
Our Service is Unexcelled
We're going to tell yotl  something  about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
I-
Lieut.-Col   John  Warden,   former commanding officer of the 102
nd Battalion, Warden's  Warriors,
i.s now stationed at Bagdad,   according to a letter Dr, Neil McNeil of
Prince Rupert, former medical of-
I ficer of the   102nd;   has   roceived
from the Colonel,    I'.he letterjtook
(three mouths to reach  Va icouver,
I coining by way of Hong Kong.
i m
"" "*'"��� ..  Z JJBT^-X
m\-\\ww
d
The Misces IreneSSmith, Muriel
Beattit. Dona Popovitcli, and Mr
J. Lapsausky motored to Comox
last Tuesday where they took part
in one of the largest entertainments
ot its kind ever held in that district
The spectators consisted of people
from Cumberland and neat by towns
and were loud in Jtheir praises cf
the daamatic qualifications of the
Ladysmith"* visitors which was
shown in their many choruses and
fancy steps combined; also the re
citations of Miss Smith which wee
repeatedly encored, as well as her
"Dixie" chertis, which made such
a decided hit with the locals some
time ago, The visitors were tendered ajroyal reception during their
stay in Comox and ^before leavin*
were interviewed by members of
the Red Cross Society from Courtenay , who are anxious to have
them take part in vaudeville|which
is to be held in the early part of
September. The locals, desirous
of boosting their home Jtown, sang
a special catchy song entitled;
"What tlo vou think of Lady,
smith?" to which a reply from the
audience resounded, "They're
some -.-lass," They returned on
Tuesday evening and are now
eogerly looking forward to another
visit up the Island,��� Ladysmith
Dhrouicle,
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
���!
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and  Solicitor,  NoUry
Public.
Phone 6 Courtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to announce that he is prepared
to ilo all kinds of repairs at moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant;
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal3
Courtenay  and Cumberland

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