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YOUR PRINTING
Can not be done any 1 etter, and
not quite so well anywhere elae
hereabouts. Our type and machinery is complete and The Review
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VOL. 6
fHE   REVIEW
RICKSON'S
Gents'  Furnishings
and Halters
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY JUNGI3 1918
NO. 2B
Saw Mill Machinery
FOR SALE
i ncluding Portable Boiler AG x 14,  Atlas Engine
9 x  14, 4 good   Head  Blocks  for saw carriage,
Iron saw frame, etc.    Particulars from
GEO. J. HARDY
AUCTIONEER
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOAT?
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,    MUFFLERS     SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,     GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a sliipnient of Ladies Slioes aud the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and see our goods, you'll always find our  prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
j0*0*^^*^^*+
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE   COURTENAY  JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
Courtenay Shoe Store
Outing Footwear
FOR MEN,  WOMEN AND CHILDREN
THE  FAMOUS  FLEET FOOT  SHOE
Whether its lor tenuis, boating or sport wear you'll find shoes in   tliis
collection to meet your wants.
Men's shoes in blue, black anil white, from $1.50 to $".90
Boys' and Youths' shoes in black aud white, low anil  high top,  from
$1.20 to $1.50
Womens' ulioes in different qualities in pumps, regular, and high top,
from $1.85 to $5.85
Childrens'. and Misses shoes in  blue,  black,  and white,   all  heights
from $1.20 to $2.50
Wc give all our attention to shoes only.
U per cent.discount toBeturned SolJiers, Soldiers and their wives
LOGGIE BROS.
Next the Drug Store Phone 48
Local Lines
Mrs. II. McKenzie ol Vancouver ls
visit ins with her
.Airs, (Ilazbrook.
parents
Mr, and
A. McMillan has purchased Andy
Nlklta's launch, and expect.- t*> go Into the Hailing business off the Wll: w
Hock in u few days.
| Mr. 10. Fletcher Is busy thene days
repairing the -10 ton gasolin������ launch
"tl  0. 1. . WliifiiWuB wrecked on l.uzo
I ben oh ri lew ��'. ��� L- ago. ll- Ins her
brrached m llio river Imnlt le.-rr rlie
Allilrlie club house.
Mr. Qiiinn litis had his gasoline boat
ovi tli a tiled .-in I repainted,
Tli- .Missis Oiildings of Boston, ae
r e guests of their unci' Mr, John
Biddings, of Coniox.
J, W. McKenzie Rr.. .1. I). Holmes,
and !?ev. T. Menzies have been ap-
������ tnled assessors for the Comox Dist-
Thi' Sandwloti and Courlenay V.'.A.
will hold ii sale or work al the Vlcar-
age, Sandwick, on Tuesday afternoon
lhe lSlh Insl. Refreshmenls will bo
served. i
FOR    SAW!���Grade   Jerse.v  -rn-l1,'
2 1-2 years old.   Apply to .1. Crockett,
Sandwick.
LOST��� Small white mare Wei .hi.
about 10(10 lbs.; last sen on Cumber-
land road neai-Towler's trn das ago.
Finder please notify David .Morgan,
Happy Valley.
I
FOR    RENT���Cottage,    5   rooms,
good well and out-bnild!-"-"* ttsr< "-"��-
I of land���would make good chicken
ranch; also one driving horse an.l
buggy for sale. For particulars apply to Mrs. Thos. Cairns, Courtenay.
FOR SALE���Well-bred Jersey Cow
fresh.' Apply J. Hawkins, th? Bluff-*,
Comox, B. C.
Second Hand ..Bicycles ..for Sale���
Gents English Wheel almos new ���
cost $65; will sell fo*- $12.50. Ladies'
B1c\le in good cordlt'on-, new tires,
$22.50. Apply Dale & Parlriilge.Union
Bay, B. C .
Autos for hire���larre and small���
day or night. FonrGarage. Phone
4��.
The Ford Garage has a Welding
plant with a first class wel.ler.
Bring in your broken parts in cast
iron, steel, aluminum, and brass,
etc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
Now feed the pi-**.���For Sale
cheap��� On the farm, -*. or 4 tons
of culled potatoes, dry and sound,
for seed or pi-; feed, Apply C. H.
Williams.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and
Main St. Vancouver, B. C Monuments, Headstones and Cemetery
Fences, the largest Monumental
works in the west.
Lost���22' launch hull with red
trimmings last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom on Saturday. Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden. phone
59.
For Sale���About 3 1-2 acres of
land in lhe City of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Aye., Victoria, B. C.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford enrage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
RoM. Grieve proprietor of ili<- Find
Garage Cumberland, lias moved on'o
a i-l I i-en ranch al Hoyslin for Ihe
summer.
Pr, and Mrs. .Millard motored ,n ^i;*
uir'.rn and back mi Saturday last.
II. V. Collins made a business t Ip
to Vancouver last, week.
Mr, N, G. Fltehpalrlnk, nislrip) Trade Stipei'lDliuident-, ll. C Telephone
Co was in trwi' on Tuesday Inspecting l.lio Ircnl iffice.
Andrew Nikola, who has been employed at the Courtenay Sawmill I'or
a mini'-er rf years, l-as severed bis
c-.nncclloii there and gone to work fcr
tiie Gwill. Lumber Company up the
Lake trSll.
The Ford Garage has j|ust re-elver!
,1 h'-ird new Iweiitvtnn press used to
ermove transmission cear-��. pulleys,
de... wihnit the use of a sledge hammer, This is the rnly press cl' iis
t-'-o if) he round In a garoge north of
Vicorla.
Klmr'a Corpo*"*1 Jones, who las
been janitor at the local tanks since
receiving his discharge from the militarv fciee-. h-r ink mi the position of
ha-r'age man al Ihe E. & N. Ry. sta-
t'01: vacated by Mr. Harris, who has
gone into the sawinilllng busines.
Royston Fete Day.
I A grand fete day will le he'd at
Royston on Roinlnicn i ay, July 1st,.
under auspices I f llie I. 0. D, 10. An.
enthusiastic netting was held last
Thursday evening at which li was de-
eid.d to hold field and aquatic sports
during Hie day and a dance in the-
evening. Committees were selected
as follows:
Field and water sporls-J. E. Aston
'.'.'. I! lyman, W. Sutliff, !'. 1 " -.  , J.
li. Macintyre, It. Dixon,
ll. Martin.
Finance���Major    Hilton, ,1.  Parkin,.
A. li. Ball W. Montgomery, !���'. Ralby,
| Corpl. Jones, T. Hudson.
Advertising���A. H. Herd and \. H.
i Boden.
Dance��� D, Roy   F. C.  Brock.  Mesdames Cokeley, and Parkin, and .Miss
j B. Berkeley
The  admission   Will   le  '2'c    o   :he
grounds, dance, gents $100, ladies tree
I The !. O. R. E. will serve refreshments. Proceeds for various patri-
otic funds. A general meeting of all
Ihe committees will lo held on June
201 ll, at llie I, O. D. E. rcoms.
The City Clerk has sent out the tax
notices I'i' ibis vear. They call for
17 12 mills on (he dollar of assessment; General rate 12 mills: School
rale " 1-2; Eieclric Light 3 mills.
How do you like il ?
The Sandwick Ladles Aid Society
Intend holding iheir annual Strawberry Social and Pale of Work nn the
lawn of Mrs Join Grieve, on Friday
June 21st. A go< d programme Is being arranged for the evening. Utals-
sion 86c, Including concert and refresh iron Is. Children 25c. Sale ef
Work in the afternoon.
Courtenay has some clever busl-' Cil,,t- J- Hv,|p of Vancouver will
neHn men. also some who can make'Breach al lhe Presbyterian church en
quid, tr-ms in anemergenev, but Sunday .lun.-- HI and 23rd. Rev. Mr.
so far "Chutney" Murdock holds the| HV''e recently relumed from overaesa
reco'd On Mondav at 2 o'clock he wjtcvo he wtia with the *ml uianc.e
established himself In the clothes | Corps, Tl t-x- will be a congrega-
cleaning business In the premises JUBt l tonal meeting on Tuesday evening,,
vacated by "BUI' Ihe Barber, and at  ,he 1Slh ,nst ��� f'r ttle Purpose of gt*-
5 o"rp.e'*  deeided  that business life
was too slow for him, and pulled but
lfopfe   Leaf  Theatre.
ft'/nam 6RUT
���'A msnm. term
^COMBTOTHtSCJEM
ing a call lo a minister.
Anglican Services
Safety First
Go to
FRASER'S
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery  and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
*j(toktam
���/', *te presents
ff'JANE
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U, VBASILKINC     ��� li
ft: i e. '���
Saturday June 15
"The Spreading Dawn."
A picturlzation of the remarkable
Saturday Evening Post Serial by Basil King which created a sensation
throughout the country at the time of
Its publication. It ls a story of romance and war, and said to have
been made Into a remarkable picture.
Among tbe highly spectacular scenes
which punctuate the action Is the
burning of an entire theatre with the
consequent panic of the spectators.
There are also shown columns of soldiers marching away to ranee, and
there Is a stirring areoplane fight.
June   1 ll���Third   Sunday  after Trinity
8.00  a.m.���Hrly    Communion  at  St.
John"s, Courenay..
11.00 a m��� Matins    and Holy    Communion at St. Andrew's Sandwick.
II.'.Hi a.  ni.���Mattins and  Sermon ac
Sr   Peters Comox.
2.30 p. in.���Evensong and Sermon at
Sl. Mary's Grantham.
T.oo p. in.���Evens.* ng and Sermon at
Holy Trinity, Cumberland.
7.no p. ni.���Evensong and Seraoa at
St. Johns, Courtenay.
Presbyterian Cburcb-
St. Andrews' Fandw-ick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday School
and Bible Class 3 p. m.
Courtenay
Sunday School and  Bible Clas
10:30 a. ni.   Eveniug service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
NOTICE
Comox Creamery
Butter
SOc per !b. tHs week
In the County Court of Nanaimo,
Holden at Cumberland, B.C.
TAKE NOTICE That by an order of
His  Honor Judge Barker, made the
tenth d.ty of April, 191S I was appointed Admlnistia'or    to tho estate of
William M. O'Brien, deceased, and all
parlies haviirr claims against Ihe said
are hereby lequlrcd to furnish same
properly   verified,   on ' r before lho
5th day of July, A. I'. 101., and all
parties Indebted io the said estae n-e
required to ppy the -; o ��� t rf their
Indebti'dni !����� 'n me f ri'iwlh
WESl.r"*'  ���"!'.' '' n
Official Adminlsti^itor
Da'. :   :: : ��� ��� ��� ��� ���. ��� '���������-
Corns
Corns
Corns
i
te
Robertson's
Com Remover
25c.
W.G.Robertson
��� P, ��� te
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r THE    REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    C.
Sea Control Means Victory j Redpath's Granulated
-=ra
BalnesWith Itching,
Burmng Skins Sleep
And Lirod mothers rcsl nfler (-iying
babyahot bath with CutiouruSoap
Mowed by a gentle application of
Cuticura Ointment. Peace fulls on
distracted households when Cuti-
cuni enlors.    Trial free.
For trrn sum|>lo each udilruw (KMUMrdl "Cull-
N, HokI.hi , ll. S. A."   truRl I,/ Uonlrra
cum. IK-pt���
tbrouiiliuut lliu world,
The Soul of a Piano it the
Action.   Insist on the
Otto Higel Piano Action
Command of the Sea Upon Which
the Existence of thc British
Umpire Depends
Germany has raised about Iter a
ring ol implacable enemies upon lhc
sea, whose strength continues lo increase, and wlio arc pledged utterly
I., destroy German sca-powcr. Give
litem lime enough nntl Ihey will certainly iin il. Now lho position o[
Germany is ihal is slu- won the war
on land sin- would slill be beaten at
... a. .Vncl, deprived ol lhe use of the
sea, . if what use would be llOf ti'i'li-
lorial ���tains? Ihey would lie valuable, but llicy would mil serve to restore ibi' oversea commerce upon
wliicli depends her ability lo lratle,
The rulers uf Germany suiter under
nn illusions on the subject. Their
dread lest the German people should
barn the true slate of alVairs is so
extreme lhat lhcy arc compelled to
exaggerate the losses Inflicted by
submarine warfare, thc exaggeration
on one occasion reaching 70 per cent,
error. So far as this counlry is concerned, it is our part, first and Inst,
to regain and to maintain that command of tlie sea upon which the existence of llic liritislt empire depends, which is only now disputed by
the pirate submarine, and for which
no sacrifice can bc refused.���London
Morning 1'ost.
MONEY ORDERS
Dominion   Express   Money   Orders   are   on
_ale in  live  thousand  offices tlironeliont  Can-
LAMES WANTED TO DO l'l.AIN AND
light sewing at home. Whole or s|i.-tre
time. Good pay. Work sent any distance. Charges paid. Send stamp for
particulars. National Manufacturing Co.,
Montreal.
A Record Request
Tho Latest Recruit���"Please, sir.
arc yotl the records officer?"
Officer���"Ves, my man; what do
yuu want?"
Latest Recruit ��� "Please, we've
broke our record for "Keep the
Home Fires Burning," and can you
let us have a new one?"
Dust Causes Asthma. Even a little
speck too small to scc will lead to
agonies wliicli no words can describe.
Tho walls of thc breathing tubes contract and it seems as if the very life
must pass. From tliis condition Dr.
J, D, Kellogg's Asthma Remedy
brings the user to perfect rest and
health. It relieves the passages and
normal breathing i.s firmly established again. Hundreds of testimonials
received annually prove its cffcctivc-
Sugar, $6.50 Per Cwt.
Wen Wanted in this .".ud all other tPWM i
and cities by large Grocery Corpointlon
(capital $50,000.00) to show sample* (or
Urge Mail Order House. All _oud��� mill al
factory prices to families, l-'or example, Hell-
path's best granulated sugar, 50.50 cwlv 7
bars of Comfort, Sunlight, Surprise or Laia'al
Soap for 25c, pure lard, 5 pound pall for
$1.00, Best Grade Japan Tea, 25c pound, 4
pounds prunes 25c, etc., etc. Everything 0l
factory prices, $1.60 profit to the agent ou
every t-00 sale. One man made $15.00 in
two hours. No experience ncccssaiy. Write
today ior your territory. Position will pay
$.'.'  lo $50 weekly.    Address
THE CONSUMEKS' ASSOCIATION
Windsor,   Ontario.
Bound to Win
Dependent
"So you want lo get exempted.
Have you anyone dependent on
yuu?"
"Oh, yaas, .sub; suali, sab. My
wifc, she depends un mc, sail, tu early her wash home, sail," -Baltimore
American.
The cheapness of Mother Graves
Worm Exterminator puis ii within
reach of all, and il eau be nut at any
druggist's.
At Pool of Bethcsda
An English reservist, who was living near Sudbury, Ont., before Ihr
war, writes to his old neighbors from
the Tool of Bethcsda, Palestine! "I
tasted the water���not too clean I���
and in order lo do it had l" descend
lots of steps, as the well is deep
down in the ground. At lhc entrance
one may, if one wishes, read in seventy-seven different languages the
account of the healing described, in
the fifth chapter of John���a quite
sufficient choice, one would imagine,
but 'Taffy' thought differently, and
not finding bis mollicr-tonguc represented, promptly wrote it all out in
Welsh from his own Testament. So
now there arc seventy-eight different versions for visitors to choose
from."
Going to March to Berlin if It Takes
5,000.000 Men to Do It
11 may lake all America to win the
war, bul it will be on band when lhc
crisis comes. This country doesn't
entertain for one moment any doubt
as lu what llio resull will be. It realizes ils power and will make it
count when Germany seems lo gain
a point. Why, we haven't begun to
light yel. We are slill getting ready
and arc yet far short of our dctcrmin-
lltion to get readv. We are geing to
march to .Berlin if it lakes 5,0(1(1,(1(10
iiii-ii lo do it, and wc will provide
them all they need to cat while on
llic way. Tllis republic is getting
more in earnest every day, and it
will keep on until lhc kaiser and his
cruel frlghtflllnoss arc driven back
to the shades of Prussia to. stay and
rot. That is the sort oi determination which rules this republic, and it
is growing stronger every day. Wc
may suffer some reverses, but lhcy
will cut no figure in the final solution.���-Ohio State journal,
If a man agrees with a woman she
thinks he is a fool. If he doesn't
she considers him stubborn.
Keep   Minard's   Liniment    in    the
House.
"Is your daughter fond of the
needle?"
"Very, if you refer lo thc gramophone needle."
Kindness
Private Siuipkins had relumed
from the front, to find that his gill
had been walking out with another
young man, and naturally asked hello explain her frequent promenades
in the town with the gentleman.
"Well, dear," she replied, "it was
only kindness on his part. Hc just
took mc down every day to thc library to scc if you were killed.
WH
CURE  COWS
CAKED  BAGS
EGYPTIAN "llNIMENT
I'or Sale by all Dealers
Douglas & Company, Napanee, Oat
A Celtic Sally
The I.ady of the 1 louse���Mary, it
seems lo mc that the crankiest mistress gels lhc best cooks.
The Genius of the Kitchen���Ah,
gwan on, now, mum, with your Mattery.���Puck.
National Kitchens in England
England is to have national kitchens. Public baths and pari; buildings will be turned iulo kitchens and
town halls into dining balls; slrcct
cars and omnibuses will carry the
finished product to thousands ol
small distributing stations, Varied
meals will be provided for everybody
at the lowest possible price and
there will be special invalid kitchens,
A GOOD DIGESTION
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THE necessity of using medicine to regulate the action
of the liver, kidneys and
bowels is largely due to the
changed conditions of life during recent years.
Our fathers lived a life of activity in the open air. If they ate
heartily they had sufficient exercise to keep the liver and bowels
active and to thereby remove the
poisonous waste from the body.
To-ilay we get too little exercise
and too little fresh air. The food wo
eat is more concentrated and artificial. The result is much discomfort
and the development of serious disease from constipation of the bowels
and torpid condition of the liver.
Kidney disease, rheumatism, lumbago, backache���all have their begin-
Exercise
ning in the inactivity of the liver
and bowels.
The great secret of keeping in
health is to look to the regularity of
these filtering and eliminating
organs, and Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver
Pills is the most satisfactory medicine obtainable for this purpose.
If you read the reports appearing
in this paper, from time to time, from
persons who have used this treatment with good results, you will find
that Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills
are effective where ordinary medicines fail. This success is duo to
their combined action on the liver,
kidneys and bowels. One pill a dose
at bedtime as often as is necessary to
keep the bowels in healthful action,
will also ensure the regularity of the
liver and kidneys and thereby keep
the blood pure and the system free
from the accumulating poisons which
cause disease and suffering.
Dr. Chase's Kidney-liver Pills
One pill a dose, 25 cents a box, all dealers or Edinanson Bates & Co., Ltd., Toronto.
Do not be  talked  Into  accepting a  substitute.      Imitations only disappoint.
An Oil for All Men.���The sailor,
the soldier, the fisherman, the lumberman, thc ollt-door laborer and all
who arc exposed lo injury and the
elements will lind in Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil a true and faithful
friend. To case pain, relieve colds,
dress wounds, subdue lumbago and
overcome rheumatism, it has no
equal. Therefore, it should havc a
place in all home medicines and
those taken on a journey.
The Foremost
British Airman
Bugle Boy Is   Now   Britain's   Star
Among Aviators
Every honor for valor that a British officer can gain has been won by
Capt. James Byford McCuddcn, the
star British airman, who has just
been awarded lhc Victoria Cross. His
other distinctions, in the order of
their award, include the Distinguished Servicc Order, a bar lo the D.S.
O., the Croix dc Guerre, Military
Cross, bar to thc Military Cross, and
llic Military Medal.
McCuddcn, who is now twenty-
three years old, entered the Britisii
army as a bugler eight years ago,
lie went to Erance as a private in
the original expeditionary force.
Having had some experience in the
air he was pressed into service as
an observer at Mons and gave valuable information of enemy movements during the retreat. From a
sergeant he was promoted to a commissioned rank as an observer aud
quickly won fame for his handling
of a machine gun in aerial lighting.
Since lie has bad more Ihan one
Hundred flights wilhout ever having
sustained a wound.
Fifty-four Germans airplanes have
been accounted for by Capt. McCuddcn. Of these forty-two have been
destroyed, nineteen of them on the
Britisii side of the lines. On two
occasions the Britisii star has totally
destroyed four two-sealer enemy airplanes on the same day, and on the
last occasion all four machines wcrc
destroyed in the space of one hour
and thirty minutes. With his squadron he has participated in seventy-
eight offensive patrols, and on at
least thirty other occasions he has
crossed the enemy lines alone; cither
in pursuit of or in quest of enemy
airplanes.
"This officer is considered," says
the official London Gazette, "by the
record which he has made, by his
fearlessness and by the great service
lie has rendered lo his country, deserving of thc very highest honor."
Depends Upon   Keeping  the   Blood
Rich, Red and Pure
To bc able lo cat what you wanl
and to digest it properly is a priceless
blessing.    Good digestion is not  appreciated uniil you lose it. Then you
cannot afford    to    experiment,     foi
strong medicines arc hard on    w-cali
stomachs.     If you have indigestion
do not be persuaded into    belicvina
you can cure yourself by the use ol
pre-digested foods or so-called stomach tonics.   There is no tonic for the
stomach that is not a tonic for everj
part of the body.   It is llirougli tin
blood lhat the stomach gets its power to assimilate and digest food, and
as the blood goes lo every part ol
the body and improvement in its condition not only results in    strengthening the stomach but every organ in
the body.    Rich red blood is absolutely necessary to good    digestion.
If your stomach is weak and you are
troubled with sour    risings    in    the
throat, a feeling of pressure    about
the heart, or nausea after eating, try
the tonic treatment with   Dr.   Williams' rink Tills.    So many dyspeptics have been  cured by this medicine that every sufferer from stomach
trouble should try it.   You will soon
know the joy of good digestion and
enjoy better health in other ways if
you give this medicine a fair    trial.
Mr.  Fred. J.  Kendall, Darlin    Ave,
Toronto,   says:���"For   upwards    of
five years I was a great sufferer from
indigestion, which  gradually   undermined my general health, leaving me
in a weak and anaemic condition.    I
spent considerable money with    otic
doctor and another, but failed to receive any lasting benefit, and     had
become quite discouraged.    Onc day
my wifc urged mc lo Iry Dr.   Williams*  l'ink  I'ills but 1  thought    it
would bc the same old story.     But
she had so much faith in than that
she got mc a box, and to please her
I began taking them.    By fcjie lime
the box was finished, I noticed    a
slight improvement, and I continued
taking them and soon found   myself
gaining.   I could sleep better and my
appetite improved, without the    distressing symptoms that had previously followed eating.    I think I    took
in all about a dozen boxes, and today I am a stronger man than I ever
was in my life    When I began the
use of the pills I weighed 143 pounds
while now I  weigh 167.    You    may
use this letter as you choose, hoping
it may reach sonic poor discouraged
sufferer as I was."
Yuu can get Dr. Williams' fink
Pills llirougli any dealer in medicine
or by mail at SO cents a box or six
boxes for $2.50 from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Ont.
Ask for Minard's and Take no Other.
A Discouraging Query
A pretty girl at an evening party
was bantering a genial bachelor on
Iiis reasons for remaining single.
"No-o-o, I never was exactly disappointed iu love," he said. "I was
what you might call discouraged.
You see, when I was very young I
became very nine enamored of a
young lady of my acquaintance. I
was mortally afraid lo lell her of my
feeling, but at lenelh I screwed up
my courage to the proposing point.
1 "said, 'Let's get married.' And she
said, 'Why, **ho'd havc us?'"���Pearson's.
Plant Every Acre
Every extra acre of wheat farmers
can  put in  this spring    will     save
somebody from starving.    Europe is
short about 500,000,000 bushels.
Deadly Bolsheviki Oratory
There's no danger of the Japanese {
and Britisii sailors who have landed
at Vladivostok being driven off by
thc Bolsheviki, but it's hoped they're
all married men or there'll be a fear
of their being talked lo death.���Buffalo Express.
W,    N.    Un   1209 THE    REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0,
Nasty Throat Droppings
Catarr3ial Discharge
Quickly Cured
I loclors rccoHiiuc.ii1.
Catarrliozonc, ii i'
nature's own eure. ll
drivifs out tho gennri,
licals sore      spots,
cleans away everv
vestige uf Calat't'littl
taint,
Yuu send thc sooth
ing vai -ii'S of the pine
woods, lhe richest bal-
..runs and healing essentials, right io thc
cause uf your cold Ly
inhaling Catarrhozone.
1 'Hlo drops.uf wund-
.���rfiil curative power
, e distributed through
the whole breathing
apparatus by the air
yuu breathe. Like _ a
miracle, that's how Ca-
tarrliozouc cures bron
.-hilis, catarrh, colds,
and irritable throat.
You simply breathe its
healing funics, and every trace of disease
Ikes as before fire.
So safe, in funis can
use il, su sure to relieve, doctors prescribe
il, so beneficial in presenting winter ills that
no person can afford
io do without Catarrhozone. Used iii thousands of cases
without failure. Complete outfit
y $1.00, lasls Ihree months, and is guaranteed lo cure; smaller size SOc, all
dealers or lhe Catarrhozone Co.,
Kingston, Out.
pay.
I'.iiilii'lakiii;
was nut much ei
did   fur  money,
was  going  to  :_
mn  uf the  gam
Alter all, tiun:
jovnient in what one
ami he thought be
el   some  amusement
Slill,   he   did   not
Dominion Emblem
I Wlllll to have lhe Gnrijli. Mice had
I treated him wiih a quiet friendliness
lie valued ami hr began lo hope In'
was making Mime progress in Inr
good opinion, li v.as, however, com
farting lu feci lhal he was going lu
save her pain, ami fur ihr n.i uf lire
day hr wns conscious of a cheerfulness he tried tu hide in view oi lhe
hnxictj   the  others  had   to bear.
Win n ii gui dark Ji hn pui Lawrence's travelling ban under a small
tabic near ilu- door ill lhe hall ami
arranged llu cloth su lhal il hung
over and covered part uf lire bag but
dirl imi hide ii altogether. Ho look
some Iri.ubb, and whin he was satisfied it looked as if tin: bag had
placed where it
if sight bill ready lo
uiekly if ils owner
lhe house rn a hurry.
inybody thought it
look under lhc tabic
could be distinguish-
e's name was cngrav-
liu   bad
Botanist
commend
It
Carmen's
Messenger
��� BY-
HAROLD BINDLOSS
WARD. LOCK ta. CO., LIMITED
Lcadoi, McllMUTDe, ud Toroal*
%E
iic0pc^pilc,ain nl" the pmv1!^ | James Richardson & Sons |
iwer, it is considered, should SS .... ~
that is found everywhere, one Is Limited ���
s beauty or utility and, which a   WINNIPEG CALGARY SASKATOON    E
made a lil subject for |ralri iili!llllllllllllllllllllllllli:illllllllil!llllli||||||i;illi!illlllllllllllllli;illllllli;i!l,lllllllllli7
been   i nreh'ssly
would   III'   mil   I
be   picked   up  i
mcanl to leave
Moreover,  if    ;
worth  while  to
lhc letters I.. F
cd and Lawrcni
cd upon the luck,   l-'usti
learned from the railway
guide when
(Continued.)
IX.
The False Trail
When Foster got up next morning
he. had made his plan, and spent ten
minutes with John when there was.
nobody else about. The old fellow
understood his orders, and although
he listened with formal deference,
lhc faint twinkle in his eyes showed
his approval. After breakfast Foster
asked Featherstone to conic out on
lhc terrace and while they walked
about indicated the line he tlioughl
it best to take.
Fcatlicrstond agreed, but cx[ifcsscd
some misgivings.
"There may bc danger in putting
Daly on lhe track, and afler all I'm
only delaying a crisis that must bc
faced."
"The lunger it's delayed, the better; something may happen in the
meantime," Foster replied. "Then,
you see, tlle track is false. When the
fellow finds yotl obstinate, he'll try
to get buhl uf Lawrence, particularly
as lie got some money from him before; but as he believes Lawrence is
in England, he'll have sonic trouble.
The advantage is that he won't bc
able to bother you while all his time
and energy's occupied by following
me."
"That is so," said Featherstone
thoughtfully. "Hut jou may find il
difficult to get away from lhc rogue,
since you must give him some kind
of ���/ clue."
Foster laughed. "I don't mind the
difficulty, sir. Iii facl, I think I'm
going lo enjoy the chase,"
"There's a point lhal. must be
tlioughl of. If he goes to the police
when lie can't find Lawrence, it
would be awkward for you and i
should be nol better off llian 1 am
now."
"It's unlikely," Foster replied. "Su
long as lie sees the smallest chance
of extolling money he'll keep bis scc-
rel.    The reason's obvious."
"Well," said . Featherstone, with
feeling, "you are doing us a service
wc can't repay. J frankly don't like
the plan, because il can only work
at your expense, b..l il will give US
time and I can think of nothing else."
Foster left him with a feeling of |
pleasant excitement. Mc was doing
his host a favor and lhis was something, bul lhe adventure appealed lu
him for oilier reasons, lie had, in
Canada, found scope fur his energy
in profitable work, but there was a J
reckless vein in him, and it was exhilarating to feel that he could now
follow his bent without being haTup-
ered by the necessity for making llic
URIN& Granulated Eyelids,
'" **'*J'** Sore Eyes, Eves Inflamed hv
Sun, Dutt and WW quickly
relieved by Murine. Tiy It In
\i ir^C&C CyourEvesan'"n Babv's Eyes.
)UR LlbdNoSButiif,JutEjeCoBiiirt
Morinef|yeBOTedy*^E*S!5i'o%"H.b:
ky* ���*'�������� In rutins 26c,  For Book of the *'.V�� ��� ***������,
Ask Murine Eve Remed-r Co.. ChlcMoa
W.     N.     U.     1209
Daly would arrive, had arranged
lhat he should be left alone fur a
minute ur two in lln- hall. If tho
fellow made good use of Ibe lime,
su much ihe better.
Afler pulling un a grey waterproof
leggings ind strong bools, Foster
stood ai ihe open door uf his room
until he heard Daly come in. There
was silence fur the nexl minute, and
then luulsli'ps echoed along a pas-
sane ris lhe visitor was taken lu the
library, where Featherstone would
receive him, and Foster pulled out
his watch, As there was no hotel i
tlie neighborhood and Daly would
not expect to lie asked to slay, lie no
doubt intended tu return In lhc slation across the moor, where he could
catcli the last train. Allowing for
the long drive, he could not stop
long al the Garth; but Foster must
give Featherstone time enough. Thc
latter had a rather difficult part, because he must allow Daly lo state
his terms and not reject them until
the lasl moment. Hc was too honest
and too proud to dissemble well, but
hc was not a fool and there was
much at stake.
At length, Foster stole quietly
down lhc stairs, and smiled as he remarked that lhc cloth on the small
tabic had been pulled aside. Tliis
had been done cautiously, but a fold
that overhung the edge was not in
quite its former position. Then he
picked up the bag and went out, making noise enough to bc heard in the
library as he ' ut the hall door.
When he went down lhc steps lie
saw the lights of the. car that had
brought Daly glimmer on the wet
gravel of the drive. The back of
the car was next him, for it had been
turned around ready to start. Then
Fcathcrstonc's car came up quietly,
and Foster was getting in when he
stopped and felt his heart beat as a
slender figure appeared on the terrace. He turned, with his foot on
the step, and waited until-Alicc came
up.
"I couldn't let you go without a
last word of thanks," she said. "li
is splcn.'.id!    We can't forget."
"1 believe I'm going to have an
amusing trip," Foster replied. "Then,
you sec, lhe (iartli is a remarkably
nice place to come back lu, and
there's the pleasure of looking forward In my return. But I'm unselfish enough lo hope 1 won't have
that satisfaction  all to myself.''
Alice smiled, but there was something very friendly in her look and
her voice was unusually soft.
"You can always bc sure of your
welcome and we will miss you when
you arc away. Now I very sincerely
wish  you  good  luck."
Foster was seldom theatrical, but
felt the occasion justified bis doing
something unusual. John, who had
already grasped the wheel, had his
back In theni, and he took the girl's
hand, which rested ou the rail, and
kissed it. She made a littic abrupt
movement, and he thought he saw a
tinge of color in her face, but she
did not look angry ami he felt a
strange thrill.
"Make as much noise as you ean.Jb
lie said  lo John.
The car backed across llie rattling
gravel, and the girl's figure failed inlo tlie gloom; then John turned thc
wheel and they shut forward down
the drive. Tlie lights of the other
ear vanished, there was a splash as
lhcy swung into the wet road, and
Foster pulled lhe rug around him
when he had struck a match and
noted the lime,
"You needn't hurry her loo much,"
he said. "If I e.ateb lhe train by
about a minute, it is all 1 want."
"Very good, sir. If I may remark,
the other's a, powerful ear."
"1 don't think they'll try lo over-
lake us uniil we're near the station,"
Foster answered witli a laugh, "llu1.
wc can't allow il  then."
"No, sir," said John, "I quite understand,"
(To Bc Continued.)
Delegated   to    I
National Flower
Dominion  of Canada  is  I
ling for a ur'ional    llowcr    emblem. |B
Prof. John .Macuiin,  Dominion    hot- Is    pj_jj:
lani.-l,  '���      ' '  '
i mend
lo till ll
(The 11,
lur OHO
that ha
could '.
otic sun
People from all ovcr Canada arc
sending suggestions to Prof. Mncoun.
Among ihese is K. II. McDonald, of
Winnipeg, who has written recommending ibe adoption of the orange
red lily, a llowcr that seems to grow
everywhere. It will soon bejlaunlini;
ils vivd orange againsl llie no less
vivid rreen uf prairie ridges in this
province. It alsn adorns lhe stony
pasture hills of lhe inst and
rolling  foothills of thc  west.
Oilier flowers which are belli**
mentioned arc the omnipresent gold-
enroll, This (lower, however, is
common all over llur continent and
hai something of llie nature of a
weed, although of great utility as
one of the best honey plants.
The Wild rose, very common Oil
lhc prairie, is also found in other
provinces, but tlio fact that il is tlie
emblem of England spoils ils chances
far being adopted here.
The choice of a national llowcr
emblem is a difficult matter and there
will, no doubt, be much opposition to
the adoption of tlie orange red lily.
The maple leaf, long accepted as the
emblem of Canada, is not suitable,
the sugar maple is unknown iu
prairie, provinces. ��� Manitoba
���c Press.
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F
'Thirteen" Is Lucky
ken"    unlucky.    President
Where
Ts "tkii
Wilson is "a believer in lhc power
thirteen." There were thirteen original slates in the American Republic,
and the national flag consisted of
thirteen stars and stripes, The seal,
of the United States has thirteen arrows and thirteen stars. The American eagle has thirteen (ail and thirteen wiin.' feathers. The national
motto, "I-', plni'ibus uniim." contains
thirteen letters.
"My Rheumatism Is
All Gone," She Says
MRS.   MILLrY'S   TRIBUTE   TO
DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS
Newfoundland Lady Tells How She
Suffered for Years, and How She
Found Relief.
Exploit's Harbor, Notre Dame
Bay, Nlld. ��� That Dodd's Kidney
,Pills are upholding their enviable
reputation in every corner of Canada
is evidenced by the statement of
Mrs. Samuel Millcy, a well-known
resident of this place.
"For several years I suffered from
rheumatism and heart failure," Mrs.
Millcy states. "I used twenty-two
boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills, and
my rheumatism is all gone. 1 know
Dodd's Kidney Pills arc a wonderful
medicine. 1 recommend them to all
my friends who arc not feeling well,
and they, like myself, speak" highly
of them.
"I used Dodd's Kidney Pills and
got relief."
Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly
on lhc kidneys. If the kidneys are
weak and sick they cannot do their
full work of straining thc impurities
out of the blood. The result is
bound to be sickness* and disease. To
keep the kidneys sound is to lay thc
foundation of good health. Ask
your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney
Pills do not cure sick kidneys.
Making Cream Cheese
A  Suitable and Remunerative  Method of Marketing Cream
At some time m- other during their
career, most dairy farmers have experienced difficulty in marketing their
produce satisfactorily. The trouble
'���he may have been because uf a pobr demand for lhe product, or the quality
may have bein below llur standard,
The dairy produce from lhe F.x-
jpcrimenlal Farm, Agassiz, B.C., has
'been sold in a number of different
Ways, one of llie must satisfactory of
! which is iu llur form nf cream cheese.
The cream cheese appears lo be the
most popular soft cheese. It is easily
made ou the farm and requires very
litlle special apparatus. The labor
and cost of making and packing arc j
small, so that ilu: manufacture is
well suited for any producer within j
a reasonable distance from a market. It is a suitable and remunerative method of marketing cream. I
During cool weather wc have been
able to keep I 111 s cheese for a week !
or ten days without any appreciable
deterioration in llavor, but as evaporation is going ou continually, llie
cheese, unless originally made overweight, will not be up to the standard weight at the cud of Ibis time.
It is therefore advisable to place ii
on llie market as soon as possible
after completion.
The market as yet is limited, but
the demand appears lo be increasing.
Wc havc sold during lhc pasl twelve
months 5,420 of these cheeses in tho
cily of Vancouver. Thc wholesale
price obtained is 15c each, which
amounts lo $813 for the product during the past year. Each cheese
weighs six ounces and approximately
ten dozen arc now being manufactured weekly from 170 pound* of
twelve per cent, cream.' This brings
a return of uinely cents per pound
bntterfat for the cream, with lhc
whey retained for feeding purposes.
The shape of the cheese i.s cylindrical, from onc to one and a half
inches deep and three inches in dia-
I meter. When moulding, the cheese
j is pressed iulo a cheesecloth covet
'and when ready for shipment is incased in a neat cardboard carton. It
is a cheap cheese and a convenient
size for tabic use. Picnicers have
found it a suitable substitute for
meat as a filling for sandwiches. It
is also found lo bc very delicious and
palatable when served with lettuce,
celery, or any of the various kinds
of vegetable salad.
Thc method of manufacture is concisely described in Exhibition Circular No. 23, which may bc obtained
for the asking from any of the Experimental Farms, ��� Experimental
Farms Note.
Junker Revenge
Strikers' children are nol to be fed
ihis summer by Prussian land barons, vim have announced thai ibis
year they will extend no hospitality
to underfed town children from any
districts win rein munition strikes
occurred in January. Thc Socialist
press points out that things in Germany have thus cumc. to such a pa-s
that children, unless their parents
aro "Hohcnzollern to thc core and
Pan-Gorman in politics," arc to be
allowed to starve.
OUR DEFENSE
In the spring we may be attacked at
' any moment. Toxic poisons pile np
within us after a hard winter, and we feel
"run-down," tired out, blue and discouraged. This is tbe time to put our
house in order���cleanse the system anil
put fresh blood into our arteries. Yoti
can obtain an alterative extract from
Blood root, Golden Seal, Stone ami
Queen's root, Cherry bark, rolled into
a sugar-coated tablet and sold by
most druggist*, in fifty-cent vials, a:*
Dr.Pierces Golden Medical Discovery.
This blood tunic, in tablet or liquid form, ,
is jusl what ynu need for "Spring Fever."-
for Unit luck of ambition. Ii will till
you lull ol vim, vigor and vitality.
Lindsay, Ontario.���" When my llttlu
daughter was live years old her liver wai
so   sl n_ . I I li
that    I    fear-d
she miu-lit.  be
troubled with
habitual constipation.    ��
had   read   *
great deal about
Doctor   Pierce's
Golden Medical
Discovery and
decided   to   try
it  with   hur.
giving 1" i- small
doses.     I found
that it, not only
helin-il her liv.-r
but it also proved to bc a splendid tonic,
as well.   It was JUch a splendid medicine
that I would never hesitate to *riv. Into
her again It she neoded it. ami  1 take
pleasure  In  recommending it to othir
mothers whoso little ones seem to m-wl *
liver regulator and blood maker.*���Ha*
Louisa ItKA.cn, Box l'._.*.
Stranger than liclion is the slory
told in London of how a missing will
was discovered. Iu onc house there
was an old bureau which had been
handed down as an heirloom for
nearly a century. In a recent air
raid this was split down the centre,
and a secret cabinet revealed. There
wcrc found a number of papers, anil
among them a will wliicli will have
an important effect upon the present
holders of the property.
Soldiers' Rations Reduced
Thc shortage of wheat in France
has become so serious that the bread
ration of the French soldiers has
been reduced. 18,000,000 bushels of
wheat wcrc promised Europe from
North America per month. Since
January 1, the shortage has been 36,-
1100,000" bushels, according to the
Hon. Everett Colby, senator for New
Jersey, in his speech delivered at
Ottawa thc other day.
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Invaluable for Sanitary Closets,
Sinks, Cesspools, etc. Drive; awaj
Cockroaches, Bedbugs and ail other
rerniin. Large can makes 5 gaUGr?
disinfectant, only SOc at four Grocer,
Druggist, or Hardware dealer, or
Mailed postpaid on  receipt ci price.
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175 McDermot Ave. East     -     WINNIPEG, M��n. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And I'omox Valley Advocate
A.   Weekly   Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B. (I.
N. H.  Bodhn, Editor and Proprietor
8nbrrcriiiti.nl -.1 Ml per Vear in   Advance
J2.00 per annum il nol so pnid
THURSDAY JI'Mi 1.1, I91S
r'"he e is a delightful community
lite exerted In the eountiy lhal It Is lo
he hep il will never lie losl sight of.
Ill lhe ages pasl   lhe; i  neers    luul    lo
rally io onoanol'her's   assistance   for
help aril    u Ily���hey   still   rally   to-
geher most happily in limes of trru-
ble ninl dlsresH, nml the more leinolo
the fares in-" from nr'"- f-el ok. lire
more they .help one another,
I is io iho o n i ������ liim w ��� musl KO
for lhat ical nelghborllness ihal steps
In when distress touches tho household, and dons everything that a
nelgbor can do to render the pal-hs of
life as smooth as possible. Th .e pre
good neighbors of course In Hi- city.
We have found the-" In ihyi rf ��� h_.
ness and rouble, nml we pay (i-il.u'o
to 1 lio kindly upkiib r wh- steps In
and helps to thi besl or lh i- ability.
But Ihe hall mart of neighborllre3s Is
to be.found in lhe oountr** F'''!'iiik
wherp 111"" 1-ii-w o'"* ne I'--" a" d
"have less re-son lo he suspicious of
new aequainances than "in rh* cities
wh"' ��� 'l..- changes of re il ii" s are
.,10 frequent.
In the country there are fewer floral . iiiji i - n.-ii ii at.h ' emovefl "��� s
cf ji ur nun i or, hm thi re nr" kindlier
i    The Review asked a Comox farmer j
what he thoughl about the business
men going out. to help the farmers ln |
the harvest In the evenings.   He does
not think much of the scheme.     He i
snys    he    would    have lo spend the ]
whole day gellng ready for them, aid
lhe rest of  the  lime  showing  theni '
what to do, whereas he might just as
well "pilch lu ' und do ihe work him-1
self. I
l.i I's see. Were we mil lold lime
and again hy certain citizens lhat the |
lacs would not bo any higher if wc
purchased the Electric T.lght burl.
ness? Almostt wc an- rersua'ded lo
believe lhal all men aro Ua h. Thme
nl' ns who have lo fool the bills will
gel absolutely ro lenefll I'm- lhe three
">t"n mils give** for tb" purchns-' of
Ihe Electric Light. We should at
lens! be compensated with cily bonds
in reiurn for our hard-earned pelf.
Says Gecn-n  Is Postmaster
A moeilng  if Ihr Army and Navy
Veterans Ann**rlatl'li was held and ad]
ilrer'-il Iv ,T, A.    A"""s''aw,   nl,  Sny-j
ward,   Vn'-er:"--"r-   I*il*"id,    Mr.   Arnii-]
shaw spoke upon the "riel lhal- a   ("ler
man. Hans Cl'o Sachs, in   Postmaster
ni Snvwn-il.   Ho as' o.l lhe assistance |
nf the club in endeavouring to remove
lhe man  from   lhe   position   wilh   a
view lo appointing a returned soldier
li his place.   Major Bray, vice president, occup'ed lhe dialr.
in i"
ir
the [>�����.,! iv- I mil. sslsl In relieve the
heart-1 r ken family in t' e work of
���"���''Mill": <he house in share and Ihe'e
when ih ��� m-**it s*ir*"-****'iiiof r-11 iiovs
eni.-i..- i nd ihe ,iR'.il e.-o laid awav.
Thi i-p ."��� e '1 " ' hdlv hearl s wh-t r-.-t
reach- ���! ��� supper of lh mou nrs, who
perrnnal'v i "'���*<_ charg=i of everything,
, j - it, i tiio soi-rowlne hea-ts
i-,l
Olio Paeht's case has been investi-
er'l'.| scvernl limes by the Postal Department.    '���'" '"    ��    Dane, end w-s
naturalis***-*!     ���   --eirs  a"o.      He
Mi'-e-rln! 'le I'nlcn ��� ovei-'Miient nl
Ye, |psl electlcn, while his accuser
Riippcrted  lhe  Laurier  Liberals.
i'
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I ll'.*.-     Will     lev-"   ]���>.���������.-;ii>il    rr|    even
their petulant co-rplaints about losing
n few i f their youn_ men to r-o to lhe
Trent pp.11 nllrrr"!''p ��� eraillcite Hie
snli'i (I'd f"p'Iir>s thai go nil lo hem
���.is lenders in pui-p nrd cnnditlterated
dispensers of real friendship.
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.Tobn Oliver, Premier of British
I'li-r. is he Inventor rf he ccm-
en gasoj'ne lank for use in
iin res The Premier's s-n has
engrged in his lask frr srmeN
past nrd new wil rs to he cf-
tlint tie Invpii'ions Bra-d of
a. ihi'r.i.gh is engineer, has co'i'e
1 conclusion that his tvpe of gas
for a-eoplanes has practical val-
MAIL  CONTRACT.
Cost Of Food Control
Over and above thesmall license fee
charged to dealers In foodstuffs, the
total cost lo Canada of the 'Food
Beard, since It wns o-ganlzed by Mr.
Hanna in .Time, 1H17, has only been
$"i7,H'0.sn, according to a. statement
made by Mr. H. B. Thompson, Chairman of Hie Board at an address in Toronto on May 15.
SEALED TENDERS, addressed to
lhe Postmaster General, will be received al Oltawa until noon, on Friday,
the 19th July, 1918, for the conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, en proposed contracts for four years In each
case between
COMOX AND COURTENAY
COMOX & E.& N. RY. STATION .
and
Union Bay and Wharf and Ry. Station
on and from the 1st October next.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contracts may be seen and
blank forms of tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of Comox, Courtenny, Sandwick and Union Bay, and
at the ollice of the undersigned.
E. H. FLETCHER,
P. 0. Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Victoria
B. C, 31st May, 1918.
L
S. ODA
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo  Railway
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35   Monday,
Wednesday and  Friday, connecting at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, and at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vrtoria���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.
Phone R[]60
D. B. NICKERSON
Agra! Court-nty,
Campbells
Royal
Standard
flour
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Royal Standard Rye Flour
Take  three parts of   Royal Standard Wheat Flour and one
part of Royal Standard Rye Flour and you can make a de-
licior.-;, nutty, wholesome, appetizing loaf of bread fit for a
King.
By following this plan in  your baking    you  are    conserving
wheat for thc fighting men   and  doiiij; your loyal  duty  to
country.
Get these popular Flours at your dealer's and look for the
trade  mark���the  Circle V ���on every sack.
11s,> mono honey, molasses and syrups
to conserve sugar.
Issued by Canada Pood Board.
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B. Towler,   Mer. iv
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CUMERLAND
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J. GOARD
Here about Ap'. 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
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
v' . i i t t s Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach  &  Field
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Mutt be  Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
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COURTENAY  TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.  KUSHIDA
Store Between   Bridges
Courtenay
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SEASONABLE HINTS
For the Farm and Garden
Ensilage Corn, per lb       ... uc
iooo Headed Kale, per lb   ���          ��� $1.00
Rape              ���                               - 8oc
Golden Bantam Table Corn       - 95c
Mangels and Sugar Beets             -      ��� $1.00
For the Cattle
Fly Knocker keeps away flies. 50c, 75c aud $1.25
Hand Spray Pumps $1
Purity Flour, 2st Govt. Standard Grade, 49 lb sack $2.90
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
The Telephone's the Thing
in the Warm Weather
In the warm days of summer one does not care a great
deal to move about. Use the telephone: Thtre is no inconvenience nor discomfort iu us'ng the telephone. It is right
to hand and you can talk anywhere at any time.
The telephone is more than ever a utility in the warm
weather,
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
at
[Still There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harnett Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker ami Repair
I [Next to Hardv & Biseoe
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Ktc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courteuay THE COURTENAY REVIEW
9
Every Farmer Needs a Ford
THE Motor Car is a greater convenience to the average
farmer than the telephone, the rural mail or even the
grain binder.
The binder which is considered as a very useful implement
is rarely used more than a few days during the entire year.
The rest of the time it stands idle, taking up space, while
the automobile is available for use throughout all seasons,
and both day and night.
It is ever ready to run down the lane to the back field or the
pasture with a parcel or a message, or take you and your
family to town for shopping purposes���or on an errand to
the neighbors.
The motor car is called upon whenever anything is wanted
in a hurry. It is the most useful implement or convenience
for the farm. It helps you conserve your energies and time
for productive work antl enables you and your family to
accomplish more with less energy. You surely feel the need
of a Ford. Why not order one today?
All prices subject to war tax cliaraen, ateopt truclm and chassis
S*''J*r/~- ^**zft__
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Chassis    >    ���   ���
$535
Runabout   -    -
575
Touring   -   -   -
595
Coupe    -   -   -
770
Sedan -   -   -   ���
970
One-Ton Truck
750
F. 0. B. Ford,
Ont.
E. C. Emde,
Dealer, Courtenay
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Wight Air For Chickent
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Many mistakes are made in rearing chickens, but one of the greatest is to keep Ihem closeip shut up
in a close atmosphere at night.
This is a common practice, and a
very bad one. As a rule, they are
kept in foster-mothers or in coops
with the ^mother hen, aud when
ventilation is admitted in the morn
ing^the stink that rushes out is
sickening. \s a matter ofjfact, all
featheerd subjects are fowls of the
air. Withold ihe fresh"-"** of this
from them and sickn ttSfttf W91
follows, while the aumissiou of
fresh air is always health-giving.
I admit it is necessary to shut chick
ens up at night for safety and shelter, but this can be quite efficiently
done wtth ample ventilation, aud
this sonuld invariibly be allowed.
Every coop or huose should be ven
tilated under the roof, and at both
back and front if possible, to let
out the unhealthy air See that
all the young chicks enjoy this at
once. It will revive the sicklv and
enable others to avoid ailments.
The sycophant and  his listener
are worthy of each other.
Preserving Eggt For Winter
This process never slackens in interest, and as sure as the egg preserving season comes arouud.
crcwds of new preservers come
along who are anxious to b*t made
acquainted with the details of tbe
interesting and economical proceeding. The object in preserving'eggs
is to retain them perfect from the
time they are most plentiful and
cheap till they are scarce aud dear.
The time of plenty is May and
June, and now is the heart of the
season to preserve. Stick to water
glass as a preservative, It is cheap
aud unfailing. It is easily managed, aud is never objectionable in
itself or results. In actual preserv
ing the water glass can be bought
in tins or bottles in liquid form, or
in dainty soao like tablets. It is
dissolved iu water at the rate of
one pound of water glass to sixteen
pints of water. One pound will
preserve about 120 eggs Put the
liquid in any kind of wood, earth,
en ware iron or other vessel that is
liquid tight. Fill one third full
then each day as the egns are col
ler.ted, put all the surplus (in and
go ou till the top of the |liquid is
reached. Put the water in hot,
add the water glass at once, and
stir till dissolved, wheD it is ready
for the eggs. The]store-place may
be fu a panty, dairy, or some such
room. Fluctuating temperatures:
do not affect tbe eggs. Do not
keep them air tight. That is not
needed, but a temporary lid or bit
of cloth may be put over to exclude
dirt. Not morejthan three hundred
eggs should be preserved in one
receptacle.
The National Anthem
For Church Service
God save our gracious King,
Long live our noble King,
God save our King,
Send htm victorious,
Happy and glorious,
Long to reign over us,
God save our King.
God save our splendid men,
Send them s ife home again,
Ood save our men,
Make them victorious,
Patient and chivalrous,
They are so dear to us,
God Save Our Men.
Comox Valley Cow
List ol cows that have give
Name of cow lbs milk
Coilio 144*,
Kaiinie  1874
Dumle  1149
Polly        1619
Maggie  1395
Beauty  1143
Bessie  IHO
Silver  956
Blackie  1410
Susie  H25
Tiny  1395
Qtieenie  111"
Dora   1234
Dolly   1113
Fannie    998
Jessie  IHO
���le..11   955
Roxy      810
Daisy   04!)
Heather   948.
Peg .le  10T3
Viola 1190
Dot   1245
Dquhart    972
Hazel  1323
Rose   961
Mary  U44
Dot  1051
Margaret   900
Louise   948
Daisy  1153
Princess  1128
Beauty  10"5
Bessie 1037
Betty H"2
Peggie  1H9   ,
Roily  H97
Myra 1018
Jessie  1011
Jean  897
Marie  .1308
Dell    04o
Gem   10SIV
Maud  1039
Blacknnse  1147
Bee, 2nd  1057
Dina    002
Annie  1011
Sliilne    771
Baby  1050
Fawnle  1166
Villa   903
Smut' 1��17
Donhney      870
Helen    1383
Lucy   984
Baby  1��B0
Leonetle   975
ParmeUa 2nd   90R
Daisy  1035
Clara   972
Darkle   806
Sea Breeze     945
Blockie  1H6
Cherry 1039
Bertha  753
Annie   924
Broken Horn  1246
Allen  .-.Ul'
Crumple Horn  1116
Evis   930
Violet  1035
Whiley   890
Fern  927
Fannie  887
Mother   707
Mabel  1002
Pansy   676
Nora  1118
Leonl  906
Topsy  806
Blackie -* - *--.-* - -HO*
Maudle Ma* U4 -=-*����� '��������������������� 921i
, laneDack $.*-***-. __* fes-a *-~U61  '?_
Alice   1188
Jennie  1097
Sally 651
Sally, 12 mos 11950
Conk  1320
Tiny  1209
Brlndte  868
Daisy ;.�� >.. 1080
Kdle 1026
Kathleen  935
Testing Association
11 50 lbs of butter during  Apl.
lbs butter owner
9.01   J AndiMton
52.0  A.MacMillan
81.7  H. Gu-ney
79.7  A. MacMlllan
71.5  PritchardS- Son
70.7     Sum Calhoun
(17.3  T. D .S.nilh
69.1  A. MacM'Han
G9.1  A. Urquhart
09 5   E. H. favls
66.7   Copp Bros.
66.6 ....   Sam Calhoun
66.3  E. H. Davis
04.9 Pritchard ft Son
64.0   E. H.  Davis
63.5   E. H. Davis
63.5    J. E. Anderton
63.3  T. D  Smith
63.0  J. Chalmers
62.9  A.MacMillan
62 5   T. Clinl ner��
62.4   E. H. Davis
62 4  A. Urquhart
62.3   Sam Calhoun
61.7  E. H. Davis
61.7  A. MacMlllan
61.4   E. TI.  r-vls
61.4   E.  H. Davis
60.9   H. Gurney
6C.8  A. Urqquhart
...60.5   F. IT. T-nvft-
60.5   R. V. Hurford    -
60.4  W. T. Wain  ."���  Sou
00.1  R. Williamson
fiO.i   Priirha-d & Son     *
60.1  A. MacMilla     *
UO.O  H. Sli-eman
60.(1  ..E. H. Davis
59.6  Sam Calhoun
39.6  Conn BroS     "1
59.5  Sam Calhoun
59.5  T   I'. S   ir'.-
58.3  R. U, Hurfoid     '"���
j_8.2  1.Chalmers
58.1  R. O. Hurford
r,7.!>   H. Davis
57,9    H.  DaviS
r,7.7   H. P'ercy
r>7..*   :... A. r quhart
r,7.5  H. Gurney
r,7.2       J. Sfcott
56.9  T. D. S 'ri-li
r,6.9   E. H   ' ������-. '*
56.8 A    1'rirr' .ir*
56.5 S. Calhoun
56.2  Geo- Hornl 1
560   J.  Scirt
5.58  T. D. Smith    .
r,r,.S  R. U. Hur? ,-,l
55.5      Plerrv TVp*.
35.5 Copp B--03.
55.4  A. MacMIUaa
55.1  A. t*rn"!t".rt.
54.8  Sam Calhoun
54.5  R. Williamson
54.5  A. nqtrtwt
53.9 H. Davis
53.8  Piercy Pr **.
53.8  B. D. Brou-rhton
53.4   T.  Scott
53.2   Sam Cali**um
53.1   K- R��3
53.0   T. H���   ���
53.0   Or, Hornb-*
52.7  Ed. Calnar*
62.7  A. W. in
52.0   R- iU- Hu-ford
52,0  T. Chal-ers
51 9  B. Ho-rby
51.8 T. D. Smith
51.7  J. Chalmers
51.8 ,'. E. Cnlnan
515 E. H  Davis
51.4 Sam Calhoun
51 *>.  Conp Bros.
ri\.'i ���'   Scott
50 9     A. MacMlllan
741,5 A. MacVIUaa
50 7 .T. C. Woods
50.7 A. Wain
5.1�� K. Williamson
50.3 Copp Bros.
50.3 H. Gurnev
50.2 B. H. Davis
Millio ns Starving Already
Deaths from|starvation iujBurope
are estimated by the United States
Food Administration al 4,750,000
since the war began as compared
to 4,250,000 killed by fighting.
How Milk is Tainted.
....Milk may become tainted from: (a)
Feed unsuitable for milking cows;(b)
injudicious., feeding; (c) an impure
water supply; (d) want of salt by the
(e) absorption of odors; (f) the germs
that get into he milk during and after
the milking	
Many a woman has lost her best
friend by marrying'.him
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Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cusine Excellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proorietor
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P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
1 The Best'aud cheapest breid In the district
12  18oz.   Loaves  for [$1
" Vancouver and Victoria 10 18 oz. loaves $1
We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement,
McBRYDE
Opposite the city hall       j
'j 11 baker of Better Bread
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
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HEADQUARTERS FOR]
Buggies and Express Wagons
AU Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder COURTENAY
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RICHARD CREECH
FOR
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R ates Reasonable
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READ?
The Courtenay Review
Family Herald and Weekly *>rir
and the Daily Province
for oue year
for $6 THE    REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
SOME INSIDE HISTORY REGARDING
THE WAR SCHEMES OF GERMANY
The American "Apathist"
BEHOLD THE KAISER AS A DISAPPOINTED PACIFIST
Direct and  Conclusive Evidence is Furnished by Residents of
Enemy Country Showing How the Kaiser Insisted on
Precipitating the World War
Kaiser VVilliclin's sorrowful rjacu-
laliou as lur surveyed the scenes of
dcstrudllon near Cambrai recalls Iiis
frequent 'saying after llic batllc of
tlir. Manic: "I did nol will lhis war."
Nov* lie exclaims: "Whai have I not
done to preserve the worltl from
these horrors!" Students of lhc kaiser's psychology will nol fail lo nolo
that lur lakes up llic role ol peace-
loving anil 11ula111l11.lv philosopher
wlirn things arc nol going well   for
tin-  tii rmail  ar in-.      \   in.null  ar.ii  lie
was sounding a jubilant note, lie
stood tlnn at one of "tin* great nio-
nii'iils in history," when llic German
sword was almiil lo hew all his enc-
iiiii-s in pieces. Unl these deep moral
contradictions arc of less interest
than the question of fact which thc
kaiser raises. Wc know a great deal
more now than wc iliil in July, 1914,
about what lir did nud failed lo do
to prevent thc world war.
On the heels of Prince Lichnow-
sky's revelations, there came a statement by another prominent German
which threw a lurid light on the kaiser's professions. This man is Dr. W.
Mtililon, a director of Krupp's at the
outbreak of the war. I'or reasons
that will seem obvious after his public assertions, he is no-.v living in
Switzerland. His disclosures give us
another first-hand witness to the
truth that the German government,
far from seeking to avert thc war,
welcomed and promoted if, and that
the kaiser was not ovcr-ridilcn hy the
military clique, hut was himself
eager for the trial of strength. If
there was lo be a war, the Krupps
were bound to hc lold of it in advance. In the middle, of July. 1914,
Director Mtthlon m'et Helfferich in
Berlin. The latter told hint that the
Austrians had becn consulting the
kaiser. Tlicy were going to send an
ultimatum to Serbia, the terms _ of
which they submitted to the kaiser
and which he emphatically approved.
He also assured them that he would
mobilize if Russia did, and that this
would mean instant war. Dr. Mtthlon
asked if it would mean a world war,
and Heffcrich replied that ho feared
so, but that possibly the conflict
might be localized.
Director Mtthlon went hack to Essen and at once told what lie had
heard to Herr Krupp von Bohlcn.
Hut that officer of the great war plant
already knew il. Hc had had it a
few days before from thc kaiser himself in strictest secrecy. This time,
the kaiser bad assured Krupp von
Bohlcn, people would see that lie .lid
not rclrcat. The allusion was piob-
ably lo the Morocco affair, when
Germany threatened to fight hut finally harked down.    Herr Krupp von
Bohlcn, according
was very cmphali
determination to hav
Serbia.    "The kaiser'
sistence lhal this linn
lie  able,  to anus
had been aim.ist
to    Dr.  Muhlou,
upon the kaiser's
.  war     over
repeated in-
w
obodi
j tiki
hi
u in  indecision
So Dr. Mtthlon,
league, Krupp   vo
lolling the truth ?
brotighl up in lhc
government   spok
ccllor  von   Payer,
wilh  slating thai
placed genii
Mu
von
his
qtiolin
Bohlcn.     Is lii-
Tlie mailer   was
ri ichslag. Hut the
Milan,   \ iei-I'h.'in-
contcnlcd himself
'lhe    two    highly
adduced   by    Dr.
Ion���mean Helfferich and Krupp
Bohlcn���had written lhat he was
a man suffering from nervous disease. There was no denial,al all of
what this nervously depressed man
had stated. And shortly afterwards
a correspondent of the Paris lluniaii-
ile interviewed Dr. Muhlou in Swil-
crland. Instead of a nervous wreck,
be found him a mall of "balanced
brain" and "sound judgment." Moreover, Dr. Muhlou gave to the correspondent a copy of a letter which he
had sent to thc German chancellor,
Bethmann-Hollwcg, ou May 7, 1917.
In it he spoke of the "grievous sins"
committed by Germany in ihc war,
and wrote as follows regarding her
rulers:
"Since the first days of 1917 I havc
abandoned all hope as regards the
present leaders of Germany. Thc offer of peace with no indication of
our war aims, the unrestricted submarine war, the deportations from Belgium, thc systematic destruction in
France, the torpedoing of English
hospital ships, have so discredited
the imperial government lhat 1 am
convinced that they are forever disqualified from elaborating and concluding a just and sincere entente.
They may modify themselves personally, but they cannot remain the
representatives of the German cause."
This testimony from within is, of
course, exceptional. Standing by itself, it could not be accepted as conclusive proof. But it falls iu with
a thousand other things which have
been coming to light. It is confirmed
by the unquestioned evidence of
Prince Liclinowsky. It goes well with
the statement of the foreign minister, von Jagow, that he did not at lhc
lime know of lhe ultimatum lo Serbia. Apparently, it was carefully
kept from him so lhat Germany
could say that she was officially unaware of it. But thc kaiser knew of
it; and vou Jagow found, when he
was finally called in, that "the kaiser
had so committed himself that it was
too late, and there was nothing more
to he done."���New York Post.
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We Have the Replica of This Individual in Canada
i Apathy! I'm beginning to think
lhat your apathist (to coin a word)
is pretty nearly as bad as your pacifist. You can at least pillory lhc
pacifist, plant the red flag over him,
and warn straighl-out Americans to
give, him a wide berth, But your
apathist! Whal, iu heaven's name,
are you going to do with Ihis chap?
He isn't a traitor, he isn't a false
propagandist, he isn't even a willful
obstructionist. Hc is simply a human invertebrate���a dead weight in a
war-working community that has got
lo be lugged along because there's
nothing else to do with him.
I know Mr. Apathist and you know
him. As a rule he hasn't any one of
his immediate blood in the army���
he ami hi.s are all safe, .sound, and
snug. Vou seldom scc him at a patriotic rally, or on a coininillee lo
boost the Red Cross, or iu a Y.M.C.
A. "over ihen" drive, or buying
smokes I'or Sammies. But lie buys
Liberty bonds���you bei! And War
Saving Stamps and Thrift Slumps.-
Good business, lhal; you can't lose.
But these other things lhcy arc begging for���there's plenty of time to
come across for them when we really begin to fight. And, you know-;
it's not so sure that we will have to
light. Something is likely to happen
before we get to lhe firing line���
peace, or a revolution in Germany,
or something. And, anyway, the government is running this show, and
taxing the life out of us to do it,
The government doesn't need my
help. I'm just one iu a hundred million. Lct the fellows who have the
money and time to spare do the
shouting, I've got all 1 can attend to
keeping up with my growing business.
You've, heard Mr. Apathist talk
just like thai. 1 have, anyway. Hc
has ten tons of coal in his cellar
when the state fuel administrator
says the limit is two; tliere arc a
hundred pounds of sugar in his pantry when the grocer is allowing but
three pounds a week lo a family of
four; he burns up gasoline joy riding
on Sundays when the government
begs the people to help conserve the
supply on hand.
What's the matter with this chap?
I'll tell you. lie's afflicted with
menial myopia. He is devoid of imagination, lie is a materialist, a hedonist, au unspirilual clod of clay���
self-centered as a turtle buried in the
mud. Hc believes only in what is
jammed up lo his nose���what he can
taste, touch, smell and hear. He
can't visualize this war; he couldn't
do it if he was furnished with a telescope that would give him a close-
up of the bloody trenches in Flanders, or an audiphone that would lct
him hear the roar of the great guns.
The momciif he put thc instruments
aside lie would lapse into his formci
sense of aloofness from thc scene.
Three thousand miles away! What
inlerest could he have in a thing so
remote? If the Germans were fighting on the next block���why, yes!
He'd grab his gun and go out wilh
the neighbors lo head 'cm off. He'd
fight for Iiis home wilh any man.
But across the seas!
That's your apathist! Dear Lord,
how 1 would like lo put a pin in every chair he pits in���in every bed he
lies iu���in every shoe he walks in���
in every hat he. sticks his head in.
If I could only prod him, body and
soul, uniil he was all awake and
alive, and would pitch in and do a
he-man's work for the holiest cause
humanity's sun ever (lamed on. If I
only could!���Thos. Addison in the
New York Outlook.
(mwcfmoreMfo ffofasyday
rlE Chevrolet 490 is an investment, not tin
expense or luxury. Doctors, business
men, {aimers, salesmen and ladies���all should
use the Chevrolet Four-Ninety and crowd more
energy, activity nnd business into thc busy day.
The Four-Ninety stands unchallenged in ils price
class. The eieclric starling and lighting equipment it mosl efficient. Tlie cor la powerful,
roomy, comfortable and economical. The lime
gained by operating a Chevrolet more Ihan
pays for the cosl. There also are two larger
s^~}      Chevrolet models on display al the dealers,
Irish Conscription
An American   Opinion    Is    Unhesitatingly Given on a Vexed
Question
There has long been a great sympathy wilh Inland in the Uniled
Slates. That old sympathy, so often
invoked and played upon by demagogues  in  congress  eager  to   exploit
ii in vuii <, should nut be misunderstood hy nnu in Ireland who count
upon Ann rican opposition in thai
conscription to which lhc Lloyd
George government is committed,
The American altitude toward
England and the English lias radically changed, due with us in the lasl
Bland for freedom, fighling and enduring with a steady courage beyond
praise, the English, like the l-'rench,
tlie Scotch, the Welsh, tlle Irisli not
seduced by Sinn Felnisni, tlie Canadians, lhe Australians, arc our
brothers. Moreover, the pro-German
ami anti-American demonstrations of
lhe Sinn Felllcrs, their insults to our
sailors and our flag, have not made
Americans any more partial to Irish
slackers in Inland.
- Why should Irishmen in Ireland
longer be allowed lo shirk their jusl
part in the war of free civilization?
���From the New York Times.
*
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THE CALL FOR REINFORCEMENTS
TO HOLD THE IM FOR LIBERTY
URGENCY OF SITUATION DEMANDS QUICK ACTION
The Next Few Months Will Be the Time of Testing, and Fate of
The World Will Be Decided, for Liberty or Slavery, By thc
Extent of Our Ability To Carry On
The Standard of Kultur
It is now reported that Germany is
to open her prisons and draft all
the criminals for military service.
The wonder is that she hasn't done
it before, considering the fact that
she has been making use of all her
lunatics from the beginning of the
war.���Springfield Union.
The man who blows his own horn
is  merely  a  sell-entertainer.
��� ���..��..��.._....���.._........���._.._............. ���<l*.4*��H����tM_M��Mt..t��
The Last Line
. In what was    perhaps lhc     great
single emergency of the war so far
the  Hriiish    war cabinet  made  two
momentous decisions, namely:
(1) To throw the last line of British reserves against the German tide
and
(2) Henceforth to trust the United
States to keep llic allied man power
good.
We. arc now lho last line of reserves. There is no other great
source of men.���-From the New York
Tribune.
PAIN?   NOT A BIT!
LIFT YOUR CORNS       I
OR CALLUSES OFF j
No humbug!    Apply few drope
then just lift them away
with fingers.
This new drug it ,;i r.lhc* ���on.-'
pound discovered by r. CIncitmat'
chemist. It in rilled tic---
zone, and can nu\V bf obtained in liny L'Ollles ib
here shown at very little
cost Irom any drug
store. Just ask ior free-
zone. Apply a drop oi
two directly upon a tender corn or callus and instantly the soreness disappears. Shortly you will
find the corn or callus so
loose lhat yotl can lift it
off, root and all, with the
fingers.
Net a twinge of pain,
soreness or irritation; noi
even the slightest smarting, citiier when applying
freezone or afterwards.
This drug doesn't cat
up the corn or callus, but
shrivels them so *- they
loosen and come right
out. It is no humbugl It
works like a chant:.   For
 a few cents you can get
rid of every hard com, soft corn or
corn between the toes, as well as
painful calluses on bottom of your
feet. It never disappoints and never
burns, bites or inflames. If your
druggist hasn't any freezone yet,
tcb him to get a littic bottle for you
from his wholesale house.
I he imperative present need of the
allied armies ou the western fighting
front is���"more men!" The .call
comes across the Atlantic in every
soldier son's letter home, iu every
slory of the titanic struggle now being waged, in every stirring batllc-
cry of commanders to llieir troops.
The summons of these tilings grips.
It is real and direct. It is man to
mail; Diplomatic delicacy may stifle
official appeals. International courtesy must avoid seeming mandatory
messages, lint such considerations
jtto -nottittlrfere with potent, human,
-Macedonian cry from those who are.
, there���"Come over . . . and help us."
i The heroic fellows wlio liglit von-
dcr 'with their backs to the wail"���
fight long, sleepless days and nights,
i liglit till exhaustion overcomes them
i���need reinforcements, and need
I ihem now. This is tho call to Canada���and this is the call lo our big
American comrade, Canada is preparing in parliament to do her part
to meet that call, and meet it iiiinie-
idialely. Hui Inr part is now necessarily limited. She must look, and
does look���as do the allied armies���
for a great and noble response from
Cousin Jonathan,
It is not a call for a huge army
next year. It is a call for steady
streams of infantry reinforcements
now. The Hun is not waiting. Hc
is recklessly and ruthlessly gambling
Jn blood for world domination, lie
"proposes to conquer now. This is
the time of testing���this is lhc day
of decision. The United Slates has
been our_ splendid ally for a year.
The inspiration and support of her
eo-opcratioil are incalculable. Already Jin effective army of fine fellows is doing its heroic part in the
conflict. They, too, call for more
men. For thc nexl few months���the
vital few months���while Britain is effecting her new man-power levy, let
Canada and tin: I'nited States pour in
their battalions of virile and sinewy
sous of the new- world to help hold
the old line of liberty and civilization.���Toronto Globe.
His Time Is Money
Client���This bill of yours is exorbitant. There, arc several items in
it that I don't understand at all.
Lawyer���1 am perfectly willing lo
explain, but the explanation will cost
vou ten dollars.
W.     N.     U.     1209 r
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THE "REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    C.
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IWKINIPEO MONTRCAl
Tirpitz on Robbery
According to tlic Cologne. People's
Gazette, Admiral von Tirpitz, nd-
i dressing a meeting of the Fatherland
Party of Cologne said: "As soon as
England's robbery ot ships ceases
because there are no more lo rob,
England will speedily feel the full intensity of the U-boat war. Unfortunately the U-boat war has not received sufficient political support.
Wc shall, however, hold out longer
than England, and victory cannot cs-
'capc us it wc tenaciously pursue our
aim."
Ue concluded that the. Belgians
question remained the pivot of lhc
war.
How's This?
We olTcr One Hundred Dollars Reward
(or nny cast ot Catarrh that cannot lie eurcU
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Hall's Catarrh Curt: hns heen taken hy
catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-five
years, and has become known as the most
tcliablc remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure acts through the Blood on the Mucous
surfaces, expelling the Poison tro-.ii the Mood
and heating thc diseased portions.
Afler you have taken Hall's Catarrh Cure
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Corn in Plenty
���Ship Over All the Wheat There Is
and Rely Upon Corn
Canadians probably do not rcaliz2
the extent to which wheat is being
saved in the United States. It is nol
a, case over tliere of an occasional
whcatlcss meal; but every crtort is
being made to induce the nearest
possible approach to total abstinence. In a recent statement by the
federal food board, lhc American
public was urged to depend wholly
upon com, which is now available in
large quantities. "It is believed that
during the last eighteen months the
milling capacity for corn flour has
increased 500 per cent." the hoard declares. "If the American people
would give up wheat Hour entirely
there would bc an abundance of com-
incal, with what corn Hour is available, lo care for all our needs until
��� after thc next harvest." Corn cannot bc successfully shipped to Kurope for consumption by the people
and the armies; therefore, the proposal of lhc U. S. food board is, in effect, to ship over all lhe wheat there
is and rely upon corn. \VIiile there
is com in plenty there will bc no
famine in the land.
ECONOMY
TALK
is all right-
ECONOMY
PRACTICE
is better. B9
INSTANT
POSTUM
is an economy
drink���absolutely
no waste. Besides;
it is convenient,
saves fuel and
sugar, and leaves
nothing to be
desired in ihe
���way of flavor,
THY A CUP!
W.     N.     U.     1209
Spend or Die!
The Price Which We are Paying to
Save Our Country
In lhc bouse of commons, Mr,
Honar Law moved a vote of credit
for ��600,000.000. That, to quote Mr.
Ilopkiuson, is "il bit of money." ll
is so much that the ordinary man,
used to counting the change of a
pound, eannot realize what it means.
This gigantic vote is required to meet
a daily war expenditure of nearly
seven millions. This is the price
which wc arc paying to save our
country and our families from the
Germans. The price is heavy, but, as
thc I'ev. W, 1!. Hanks said yesterday: "If they got here you would
have as much use for your money as
Dives bad for his in hell." It is no
good, therefore, guessing at the ultimate economic effect of our tremendous spending. We have lo spend or
die. freedom, social progress, de-
ernl labor conditions, all will go unless we smash the power of Prussian
militarism.���London Daily Express.
TEETHING TROUBLES
Baby's teething lime is a lime of
worry and anxiety to most mothers.
The lillle ones become cross; peevish; their little* stomach becomes dc-
langcd and constipation and colic
sels in. 'I'o make llic teething period
easy on baby lhc stomach and bowels must he kept sweet and regular.
This can be done by the use of
Baby's Own Tablets���lhc ideal laxative for litlle ones. Concerning
them Mrs. Henry Bernard, St. Emlle,
Que, says:���"Baby's Own Tablets
cured my baby of constipation and
made Iiis teething painless." The
Tablets are sold by medicine dealers
or by mail at 25 cents a box from
The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvillc. Ont.
PUTNAM'S FINE FOR
CORNS THAT ACHE
Even a drop or Iwo uf Putnam's
Extractor lakes the sling out of a
sore corn. Mighty slick work Putnam's does on a crusty old corn. Vou
see Putnam's shrivels the corns up
quickly, transforms,it to a bunch of
dead skin, loosens it from the toe so
you can pick it olT, roots and branches, with your fingers. It's painless
���Ilml is why Putnam's is so popular.
It docs really cure quickly���that's
why you should take a quarter to the
drug store today and get a bottle of
Putnam's Extractor.
Let 'em AH Come
The Lawyer���The    precedents arc
against yoit, madam.
The Lady���Well, sue   litem,   too,
then.���Boston Transcript.
Friends Fought
In Mine Crater
Convinced That He Was Chasing  a
German
During a pitch black night a Canadian officer, feeling his way back lo
Iiis lines, slipped into a mine crater.
He didn't go right down, or he would
have been drowned in slush and
slime. As he was trying to get back
he was aware that he was not alone.
Ou the edge of the crater���probably
forty feet in diameter���he could just
make out a man's figure in front of
him. As he crept forward lhc other
man did lhc same. Soon the officer
was convinced that he wes chasing a
German and opened fire with a revolver. Round and round lhe circular,
slimy slope they rushed, until at kist
the Canadian officer slipped danger-,
ously and uttered lhc usual swear
words. Immediately a good Canadian accent rang out from the other
side, "Wlio thc arc you?"   "Oh,
I'm So-and-So, of thc regiment!"
These Iwo men from thc same regiment, quite good friends, had been
chasing each ohtcr around that
crater like a couple of cats for nearly
half an hour.
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Welcome Hot Drinks
A Y.M.C.A. shelter-is maintained
just behind lhc line in France, from
which more than sixty thousand
steaming cups of hot tea, coffee and
cocoa arc given away daily in the
shelters and dugouts close up to the
line, in the. area occupied by thc Canadians. The estimated cost for these
drinks for eight months is placed at
$48,000.-
"���?\
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The Flower of Good Health
The true secret of complexion lies
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A Soldier's Chances
Some   Interesting   Statistics   Based
Upon Investigations
Thc military hospital commission
at Quebec lias kept an account of
how Canadian Iroops fared in thc
war, and has compiled some interesting slatistics based upon its investigations.
Addressing Canadian mothers and
fathers lhe commission says:
If your boy goes lo the front;
He has 29 chances of coming home
to one chance of being killed,
Uc has 98 chances of recovering
from a wound to two chances of dying.
lie has only one chance in 500 of
losing a limb.
lie will live five years longer because of physical training.
lie is freer from disease in lhc
army Ihan iu civil life.
He has belter medical care at thc
front llian at home.
lu other wars front 10 to 15 men
died from disease to one from bul
Ids.
In lhis war one man dies from
disease to every ten from bullets.
This war is proportionately less
wasteful of life than any other in
history. ""
(.'nly Id per cent, of all Canadians
disabled for further service have been
physically unable to engage in their
former occupations.
If your boy is one of the ten per
cent, lhc government will re-educate
him in another vocation at which he
can earn a living.
Tliis doesn't mean that war is a
danger-free occupation, and that life
in the trenches is as comfortable as
in lhc easy chair here at home, but
it docs not ma';c it appear lest fearsome llian it has been painted over
here, especially by pro-German socialists, disloyal pacifists and German-born traitors in Canada.
Miller's Worm Powders act mildly
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been in successful use for a long
time and arc recognized as a leading
preparation for lhe purpose. They
have proved their power in numberless cases and have given relief to
thousands of children, who, but for
the good offices of this superior
compound, would have continued
weak and enfeebled.
"Cop" Imperturbability
Sheels Were Going Up and   Bombs
Coming Down
A correspondent tells the following story in the Westminster Gazette,
illustrating the iinpcrturbality of thc
London police during air raids:
In one of the earlier raids a rattled
little man rushed out of a house in
his pyjamas and bedroom slippers
while a Zeppelin was overhead with
all the searchlights on it, and shells
were going up and bombs coming
down.
He stumbled up to a stalwart policeman who was standing quite unmoved at thc comer of the street,
and, with his teeth chattering, pointed upwards and exclaimed: "A Zeppelin���Zcp���Zeppelin!"
The policeman drew himself up,
gazed steadily at lhe Zeppelin for a
full minute, and then remarked slowly: '"Ostilc aircraft, in my judgment."
And the littic man hitched up his
pyjamas and went back to bed.
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Implied Character
A local draper tells a story of a
young man from Llanpumpsaint wlio
went lo London to obtain a berth.
"Ah!" said lhc prospective employer, "what is the meaning of Llanpumpsaint?"
"The Land of Five Saints," was the
reply.
"Arc llicrc five saints there now?"
"Not now, sir; only four."
The  young man  got the  berth.���
Reading (Eng.) Standard.
Germany and the Baltic
Germany Would Try to Change International Status of the
Baltic
If the German coast line is pushed
northward to lhc Gulf of Riga or beyond, the international status in the
Bailie is bound to be greatly affected, but whether Germany would
close "the Northern Dardanelles" is
doubl fill enough. She would have to
make an agreement for this purpose
with the ihree Scandinavian countries or forcibly annex territories at
the Baltic entrance, Even so, an
outlet might still be left by way of
Archangel and Alcxandrovsk. Also,
a certain amount of traffic in non-
bulky goods which could afford a
high freight rate might bc continued
by way of Sweden and Norway by
rail round thc north of the Gulf of
Bothnia. There is no doubt, however, that if Germany could succeed
in making the Baltic a mere clan-
sum, a shrewd blow might be dealt
at tlie most ancient of our English
trades. The allies, however, have a
very strong economic position as
against Germany, and should be able
effectually to counter check and such
designs as these. Certainly Sweden may be expected to say a word,
perhaps a strong word, about this
conversion of the Baltic into a German lake.���Westminister Gazette.
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Saved the Day
Determined to Hold on to  the Advanced Line at AU Costs
"By his prompt and decisive action and complete disregard of dan
ger he inspired his men with confi
dence; and if it had not been for this
plucky decision and courageous determination on Ids part the whole ol
lhc objectives gained would have had
to bc abandoned." The hero of this
striking official tribute is Sccond-
I.icutcnant W. H. Mobcrly, Oxfordshire and Bucks Light Infantry. In
an advance against enemy positions
all three company commanders had
been killed, and the troops on both
flanks had failed to reach their objectives. Communications with battalion headquarters failed, as runners wcrc unable to get through thc
machine gun and snipers' fire from
lhe front and'flanks. In these circumstances tliis officer determined to
hold on to the advanced line at all
costs, and by defending his flanks
and organizing an effective resistance
to counter-attacks he saved the situation." Second-Lieutenant Mober-
ly has now received the D.S.O.
No man or -woman should hobble
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when so certain a relief is at hand as
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Artist���Now, I want you to give
mc your candid opinion of my latest
picture, old chap.
Friend���My dear boy, it's quite
worthless!
Artist���Yes, I know that, but I'm
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Faulty digestion causes the
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Americans and British
Not Until They Got Acquainted That
the Process of Liking Began
Of the hundreds of American officers who have passed through the
llritish training camps back of the
line, or arc on their way tlirougli, 1
have not heard ot one who lias not
come out of his experience wilh a
better liking for tlie Britisher. Not
all of ihem cheer for their hosts, but
as a broad proposition, they have
found the Briton a bully sort. The
Briton declares the American a most
likable chap. Neither thought in advance they could ever learn to like
the oilier. It was not until tlicy got
acquainted that the process of liking
began. It is still individual liking���
not liking in mass. ��� Everybody'"
Magazine.
A Jersey boy came home the olhcr
day to communicate unusual news.
"And so your teacher is dead?"
asked the mother, horrified at thc
lad's announcement,
"Yes," said the boy. But, after a
moment's reflection, he added: "After
all, what's tlie good of that while the
school is flil! there'-"���Harper's.
I'M NIW FMNOH REM(DV. N.I. rH.1 MA
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treat iuclcii, cures chronic weakness, lost viooa
VIM, KIDNEV, BLADDER. DISEASES, ILOOD PC I SOU,
PILES, EITHER No. DRUGUISTS or IIAil. $1. POST 4 CTt
rOUOERACO. H.BEE KHAN ST. NEW YORKor LYMAN BRnf
SIRONTO.   WRITS FOR PRI C BOOK TO DR. LE CLERO
id.Co, iuvkrstockRd. hamfstbao. London, eno.
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THEKAPION s;:,s����
&TIUT TRADE MARKED WORD 'THKBAFION' IB OM
.MVT.tnUf AIFUiD J�� AU. OSMIUMS FACISTft
COOK'S "cotton root compound
A toje, telltale lutaiatttnt **A
cine. Sold in three degrees ot
strength No. 1. II i No 2. Hi
No. J.13 pei bos Sold by ill
druggists, ot sent prepaid ta
Plain package on receipt ot
price Free pamphlet Address
TUB COOK MEDICINE CO
Toronto. Oni iF.mertgWtndmy
The Age of Reason
Jimmy    giggled  when   thc  teacher
read the story of the Roman    who
swam across thc Tiber three    linicri
before breakfast.
"Volt do not doubt that a trained
swimmer could do thnt, do you, Jimmy?" the teacher demanded.
"No, ma'in," answered jimmy. "But
I wondered why lie didn't make it
four limes and get back lo thc side
his clothes were on." ��� Vancouver
Province,
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WARNING
COMPLY WITH  LAW
STOPGLARE LENS
Safely for Yourself and Olhers
re     Jj)0
2 5   Fret tlrrular
at your dealers or direct
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HAMILTON, ONT.
% THE COURTENAY REVIEW
i
Different
Kinds of
Heat
Your furnace should not
only give you plenty of
heat, but the right quality
of heat. " "
Some houses would be
better without any heat
tint*.! the kind their fur-
u.rivs ������':��� o I I-i in.
Ify; ii stv.dy thc Sunshine
Furi'.',..: you will know
what the right kind of heat
ii and how lo (;ct il.
For Sale b"
G. H.  Tarbell   & Son
���
1 | 1 jj*
Furnace
Londf-i Toronto        Montreal Winnipeg Saskatoon
>St. J. r.i.N.B.    Calvary Hamilton Edmonton        Vancouver n
Copenhagen
Chewing
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
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l- .- ��      r- * i * ��� w- r     l L\\V
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It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
forrtb
It has a pleasing
flavor.
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
!     MIS.   M,  ('.     l-i'ir slrn's  sister and
child en, of  Revvc i.;o are vlBiling
j with lier ihis week.
i The 1-ells attached lo lie village
cows which nightly reed in Hie west
end annoy certain citizens.
Will. .Sutliff  lias   moved  Ills  lailnr
shop inlo llle sloro on     I'nioii slreet
jl'ii'lv occupied by 0utllira si" ts' fur-
| ii'sliliig store,  which  has  been nicely
fitted up.
Banking hours have been changed
Ihroughcul CanadR (or Hn- duration of
-Uie  wrif al   In ft.      Hereafter banks'
I will   i pen   fr i-   bUEtness a!   9.80  it   in.
and clt-se nt J."n p.m.
1 Tl has been said thnl llie roason
Contractor Johnston does not finish
llu- sidewalk Is thai he wants to have
llie job lo nm over nexl tvlnler so
ilml lie will nol be in a position to
run as alderman.
A change imr been made in the ownership ol' Hie Kuril Garage, Mr, 13, C.
Emila having disposed of ti hat Inler
est iii tbe same to Mr. I,. S. Cokeley.
In lhe future Mr.Emde will devolc his
lime in overseeing lhe repair department, which hns grown to sueh nn ex-
lenl ns lo reriuire his personal supervision, lo insure his customers llm scr
vice which he desires Ihem lo have,
lir. Cokeley wil' see lhat llm- same
service Is maintained in lhe selling
and accessories department.
On Friday evening lasl soiro one
stole the Jap fish peddler's car oul of
|he shed where lie hnd il stabled and
' started out for a joy ride. When near
T. D. Smith's place on the lower road
Ihe machine got inlo he ditch and
turned turtle. Apparently no one
wns hurl, but the cur was badly wrecked Cn Tuesday Otnr-l.ille ,l*Jiii-
slon rounded up a couple of local
youths who confessed o lhe misdemeanor. They were taken rtiefore
Magistrate Hames in lhe evening, a.**d
on pleading "guilty," were let go on
suspended sentence. They will make
gocd the damage, which amounts to
about $95. This is not ihc first time
a car has heen taken joy-riding, but
it will go hard wilh the next parties
that are caught.
France in Arms.
A large crowd gathered at the Maple Leaf Theatre on Tuesday evening
to see the celebrated motion picture
'" France In Arms," the proceeds of
which were given by Messrs Fechner
& Whitte lo the I. 0. D. E. for patriotic purposes. The show was followed by the usual dance, themuslc being
provided by the Ilo Ilo u-piece orchestra. Many were present from all
parts of he district, and had a most
nejoyable time. The ladles served
refreshments in the I. 0. D. E. rooms
CANADA
DAT! OF RCOISTKATIBN
1918
CANADA   REGISTRATION   BOARD
SEMIS NUHBSR
MONTH DAV VSAN
CARD FOR MALES
TO DE FILLED IN BY DEPUTY RECISTXAR
1. Namo in full  curmme last) ?_,
Address (pormanent) ?._
_ ITBECT aud HUMrm
RURAL DCUVEBY OB POST OFFICE
TOWH OR CITY
2. Age?            Date of Birth?                Country cf CiO ?
3. Rscs?                    Srrr::* English (D er French (F) ?
4. British subject?           Cy birth?           By Nahiralizjlion?
6. If not a British subjoct, to whst
country do you ows alleglsncs ?
7. How many children under 10 years?
6. Sinclo (S), Married ('.*), V.ldowor (W),or divorced (D)?
0. Physical C"fa**)!!!"'S*l If err/?
9. If registered under Military Service
Act, what is your sori-J number ?
10. (a) Present occupation (if tny)?_
(b) What ia your regular occujr.'.::n?	
(c) What o'.horwork enn you da will 7_,
w*.
UntiWiof   <   ((,)_
(el-
experionco i.
nj   �����
(   (c)	
11. It an smployoo, stats employer's namo .
Address ,	
-Nature cf busInoss_,
12. Do your circumstances permit you to servo In ths present national crisis, by changing your present occupation to some other for which
youaroqtirlinod. if tho conditions otfersd bo satisfactory? (a) Whstoyoucanretumtiomsdally? (b) Avrayfrom hotre?	
13. (a) Wero you brought up on ��� farm? Until what sgs? (b) Havs you worked on form? How long ?
(c) Are you retired farmer? (d'Can you handle homes? Drive tradore? Uso farm machinery ?
(e) Aro you willing to do farm work?                            Where?                                During what pwfods ?
I a firm that I have verified the above answers ond lhat they ere true
Si&iaturc of Registrant
Procedure of Registration
On June 22nd every person residing in Canada, male or female, British or alien, of sixteen years or over,must attend
one of the registration booths located in his or her district, and there observe the procedure explained below.
Where to Register
Every person required to register has the privilege of
registering at any of the public places provided (or that
purpose. The location of all such places will be
fpecified in proclamations posted conspicuously.
How to Register
The procedure of registration it simple. The
questions upon the registration card can be answered
very easily, but they must be answered truthfully
and fully.
The  card  shown in the illustration is a facsimile of the registration card for males.   An advertisement
showing the card for females appears in another paper.
Study the questions carefully so that you will be able to answer them promptly when registering.   If you have
any special qualification, or feel that your services would be more beneficial to the country in some other line
of work, say so.
While all are compelled to register on Registration Day, it is not contemplated by the Government
to force the sick, feeble and aged to turn out If such persons will notify the Registrar prior to June
22nd of their inability to attend at a place of registration, an cfloi i will be made to register them at
home, provided the request is reasonable and justified.
'Ir member the Duy���June22nd-R.emember the Hours���? a.m. lo 10 p.m. Register early and eel yourCerii ".cute for your own protection.
. im Umei "y au,hori,y of   Canada Registration Board
Allcei.
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Until you have heard the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can liaye no conception as to how true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, and the records used are indestructable and play
for a full five minutes each
Write us now for fmtlier particulars of this new invention
which actually K1.CR1.ATKS music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
Why
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 you something about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
I Voluntary Rationing System
I ���   ��   ��
At a meeting In Toronto, Mr H. B
Thompson, Chairman of he Canada
Food Board, said that a voluntary
food ration system would be introduced ln Canada, a commltee In each
province setllng the scale of rationing
1 The auxiliary to S. Joseph's hospital are planning a big garden fete for
the afternoon and evening of July 17,
in the beautiful hospital grounds.
There will be numerous stalls with
useful articles, such ae children's
dresses, fancy work, home cooking,
Aunt Sally at he afternoon tea and
- supper will be served, also lce-creum
candy, etc. Mother Majella intend*)
bringing from Ladysmith excellent
talent for a concert. On the sandy
beach there will be swimming races,
diving and water polo for young and
old,- for which prizes will be given.
,.    Sufficient Sugar For Canning
e   *   ��
Housekeepers who are anxious a
bout Iheir preserves for next winter
may take comfort. The Food Board
announces that here will be sufficient
sugar in the country for the preserv
ing and canning season and that the
maximum fault, and vegetable crops
that can be produced In this counlry
will be taken care of, so far as the sugar supply is concerned. To make
sure of this, however.strlc conservation will be nceessnry in Ihe mean
time.
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
Servicc, 2 p.m.; Sunday School and
Bible Class, 8 P.m.
Courtenay
Smithy School and Bible Class,
.1.00 p.m.; evening service, "."0 p.m.
All welcome.
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars^
Pipes,
Tobaccos
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and Solicitor,  Notary
Public.
Phone 6 Ccurtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to announce that he is prepared
to do all kinds of repairs nt uioderat.
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef'
and Veal
Courtenav and Oi'h.bet'land.

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