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List Your Property with]
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE  REVIEW
VOL. 1
COURTENAY. B. C, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1913
NO. 47
400.00 CASH BUYS
10 Acre Block
Good Land, Easily Cleared,
Good Situation
2 Miles from Courtenay
Price $800, $100 Cash, balance
on easy terms
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22
Courtenay, B. C.
Courtenay House Farnismug store
The Vacuum Cleaner is the greatest help you can
employ in keeping your house clean.   They
work easily and do the work thoroughly.
Come in and see one work.   Agents for
The Golden Rod Vacuum Cleaner
We have a nice line of Go Carts and Baby Buggies
and Child's Cribs and Cradles
Just received a large shipment of Window Shades
in different sizes
Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Couches and Chairs
o choose from
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
C. A. BROWN, Manager
Our "Depot Addition"
Lots are the Best Buys in Courtenay Today.   Only
a Few Months before the Railway will be Here
We have Lots fronting on the Station Grounds.   Also on the 12 Acres
which the C. P. R. have cleared for Statiou Buildings
Lots from $300 to $500 Each
To give the Small Investor a Chance we will sell these Lots on easy
terms
$50 Down and $15 Per Month
The Best Buy in Courtenay Today
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
UNION STREET Z.. COURTENAY
LOCAL LINES
There is still on haud at the
Orange Lodge a sum of money
which was subscribed for the 12th
of July sports, which the treasurer,
S. Calhoun, is anxious to give back
to donors if they will  ask for it.
Wanted���Office or out door work.
Apply Box 3, Review office.
For Sale��� 3 milch cows and one
heifer. Apply A. Hogg. Saudwick
P. O.
Wanted al once- First class solicitor for our publications. The
Courtenay Review.
Store and warehouse to rent, opposite Courtenay hotel. Apply,
Wm. Lewis Courteuay.
For Sale���Thoroughly reliable
mare, cheap. Apply, Mrs. Simms,
l.ox 353, Cumberland.
For Rent ��� 4-roomed cottage,
partly furnishf-d, Happy Valley.
Apply, box 11, Review Office.
All the latest stvles iu Fall and
Winter hats are on display at Miss
Dency Smith's Millinery parlors.
Found adrift���At Point Holmes,
a sixteen foot row boat. Apply
John Knight, Point Holmes.
When you want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
Found���Gold watch chain with
locket containing two pictures and
initials P. G. Appl), Review
Office.
For rent ���Large room 24 x 50
above the new butcher shop, will
be fitted to suit tenant. Apply
M. Parez, Courtenay.
Stove Wood���Delivered in Court-
nay at reasonable rates. Geo. F.
Russell, Lake Trail. Orders may
be left at the Review Office,
For Sale���Gasoline stove aud
oven, Brussels rug, 9 x 12, 6 foot
oak extention table, sanitary couch
and mattress, etc. Apply, J. Sutton, Courtenay.
Partner wanted to help to develop
Ranch, to take half share in ranch
and stock. Capital required about
$8000. Full particulars from Hardy
& Biscoe Real Estate Agents Courtenay. B. C.
Certificated Nurse���Mrs Samuel
Carto who has been iu the profession for 20 years is prepared to
attend patients at their own homes.
Charges reasonable. Apply second
cottage past school house. Little
River Road, Comox P. O.
Just arrived at WiHard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
For Rent���6 roomed house, good
Ttater, orchard, chicken stable,
barn aud 15 acres next to Little
River school house, best chance for
a start. Rent very reasonable.
Applv for particulars to the Postmaster at Comox.
Owing to termination of lease R.
U. Hurford will sell choice dairy
cows, high grrde Jerseye, in calf to
pedigree bull, will freshen about
January. Also 1-2 mow, about 20
tons hay, loose; 1 horse, 1400 lbs.;
2-year-old gelding; 1 filly colt;
some choice pigs, including good
breeding stock.
If you want any special pieces of
furniture made, kitchen cabinets,
cupboards, sideboards or pantry
work, store or office fixtures, counters or show cases, made to /our
order, come in and give us an idea
of what you want or we have
sketches for you to select from.
Picture framing and sign work
promptly done. Sutton's Cabinet
Shop.
Boats For Sale
and Hire
Boats of Any Size
Built to Order
On Short  Notice
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
Ed. Wilson shot
Sunday last.
Miss Silby   Renuisou
week for California.
a line   deer du
left   last
W. McRae and family left yesterday morning for Vancouver.
Ice skating will start on Friday
at Vancouver on the artificial ice
rink.
The Knights of Pythias Lodge
will be instituted ou Friday night
by Bro. Chappie, of Victoria.
Messrs. O. H. Fechner and Hugh
Morrison motored to Nanaimo ou
Monday, returning ou Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno F. Krause,
have moved to town, having taken
Mr. Bevau's house iu the^ orchard,
Mr. B. Y. iVcNaughtou was taken
suddenly ill yesterday afternoon.
His many friends hope to see him
around soon.
Mr.  and Mrs. J. W.   McKenzie
returned ou Thursday evening last
from a week's
and Victoria.
visit at   Vancouver
The race track committee will
run a series of dances this winter.
The first of wliicn will be held ou
the 7th of November in the Op-.-ra
House, and will be in the form of a
basket social. Afterwards the dances will be held fortnightly.
The Glee Cl ttb was organized on
Monday evening. While the attendance was uot all th it could be
desired uumerally, the scheme was
enthusiastically entered upon and
we may confidentially expect to en
joy some fine selections at their annual concert some time this winter.
Will the party who took the crowbar from The Marine Construction
Co's boat house, kindly return the
same,
Another rich gold strike was
made ou Wilson Creek four or five
weeks a^o, and is reported to be
very rich.
Many fine Cohoes are being
caught daily by trawlers in the river. Several weighing 20 pounds
apiece have been taken.
The Philadel] hia Athletics won
the world's baseball championship
from New York by taking four out
of five games.
The road between McQuillan's
barn and the bridge was gravelled last week, and a new sidewalk
was also being laid doirn.
A grand jury at Victoria declares
that the lockup there is a disgrace
to any civilized country, aud that
the provincial jail is overcrowded.
Mr. Twiss, of the "House of Hobberlin," will be in town this week-end
to take special orders far their famous
clothing. Enquire Friday and Saturday at McPhee & Morrison's.
The members of Hiram Lodge A.
F. & A. M. have purchased a lot
on Union street, next to the bakery
aud will build a hall, with a store
underneath in the spring.
Mr. L. L. Stevenson and tamily
have gone to California for the
winter. Mr. Stevenson expected
to go to Fort George, but at the last
moment found that other arrangements had been made from Edmonton. Mrs. Stevenson left ou Wednesday morning where she will meet
Mr. Stevenson in Vancouver.
SHEPHERD & HORNBY
We specialize in Fruit, Vegetables
and Provisions
A large assortment of Biscuits, Candies, Cigars
and Tobaccos
Local Delivery
Telephone 40
Look at This
New cottage, shingled and lined inside, 1-2 acre cleared, 1-2
mile out, $800' 1-4 cash, 6, 12 and 18months, 7 percent.
4o acres, close to new road from Cumberland to Headquarters
$30 per acre, terms
25 acres, greater part best of black loam soil,   5 minutes from
Grantham, $85 per acre
4.5 acres, close to Mine 8, $750
Central lot in Courtenay, $250, 1-3 cash, 6 and 12 months
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate and Auctioneers
PhonellO COURTENAY, B. C.
CHARLES G. CALLIN
(Formerly of Beadnell & Callin)
Accountant and Auditor
Estate"and Insurance Agent
Phone F91
Courtenay Efil REVIEW. COURTENAY. R.C.
Time Wasted
Jegson -You'ro wasting a lot ot
money parting that widow around to
balls, theatres and dinners.
Wegson (alarmed)��� What! Don't
you tliliik she'll marry me'.'
.logsou���Sure Why alio told mo
the llrst night sho met you that she
n;is g.iittg <(>.
i aay, mama; said title Tommy, is
It tl'ito that when you lirst met Ua you
had talk* into the water and lie jumped la and saved you?
Quito true, my dear, replied mamma,
with a smile.
Then I wonder It that's why papa
won't allow me to learn how to swim,
LMMMMMHMH
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Your Liver
is Clogged up
Thai's Why You'��� Tired-Oat of
SorU ���Hess so Appetite.
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
will put you right
in ��� lew days.
They da
their duly.
Cure
Cwitti-
pah'on,
flilioMrwi, Indigestion, and Sick Headache.
mall Pill, Sm��ll Dot*, Small Price.
Genuine nmtbeu Signature
���m .iiiiiiiiiwwwwfWHi
When buying your Piano insist on having an
"OTTO   HIGEL"
Piano Action
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.
It r��u (eel 'OUT OF 80HI'S"RUN DOWN'or'GOT TUB iLUir
���urn* tram kjdniv. bladork, nervous diiiasei,
0HI0NH:WRAKNK8SKS.ULCERB,SKIHRIlUPTI0HS,Pailt
write (ar nr PRKI book, thr most instructive
MRDICAL DOOR RVER WNITTEN.IT TBI. 1.9 ALL about tlieil
otsRASRS and the rrmarkabi.r curbs bfvbctbd bv
THKNIJff PRIMOHRKMftDV. N.I N.lN.i
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_ _ _ _��� __ __ _ _ rot   YOUMILf
��� ��'��� the remedr ror vour own tllnent. Don't mb4 a Mat.
AbtolutalrPRIC No'Collowop'circulars. DK LtCLIM
Kid. Co, uavsutoce Ki>, hamfstbad, london,bm*
THE N1W PRIMOH RKMftDV
THERAPION
aMKGBang
WATERPROOF COLLARS AND CUFFS
Something better than linen and no
laundry bills. Wash it with soap and
Water. All stores or direct. State stylo
and size. For 25c. we will mail you.
THE ARLINGTON CO. OF CANADA,
53 Fraser Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
Limited
MST AND HEALTH T9 MOTHER AND eWU.
Mas. Winsiaw's Soothing Suwr- has beta
��ed for over SIXTY Y* ~ "  *
0THBR.8 for their
TBlSTHlNC, with PKRKEV-
KOOTIlK-i the OJIII.t), SOFTEfcfS tlie GUMS.
U.AY8 all 1'AIN | CORES WHjD COLIC, and
_i the best remedy for UfARRHOSA. n li ab-
���olutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrn.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," nnd take BO other
haul  Twenty live cents a bottle.
ioihino SsKUf Ins bee*
YEARS by ��MfcUQKS,of
r  OUteDREN   WHlbJt
���tenser success.   ft
t'
WANTED at once
Persona to work for ua
lu spate time at home. No experience
required with our NEW ART COLORING PROCESS Entry and fascinating
work. Good pay. No canvassing, Wrltt
(or Instructions (free).
COMMERCIAL  ART STUDIO,
115 College Street. Toronto, Canada.
THE   EXCELSIOR  LIFE
Insurance    Uwrnritai list       Compa" T
[The new Eice'rio. policy contract, at" tViebeat for proteclioa,
mtetmttA,  t. Movidfl fund, tor liqilidatml mortBafiei, etc
Moan t. Leal
Vtcancioi for aaent. givin|aittirt��nttre er iparattma
J.aalj-*�� Provincial Oilicw. Wia.lpM. Edaaoataa, SaakitceOf
Vninra ��te Hail Oltlce, Torntt
Angelic
Customer���But ls lie a Rood bird? I
mean, 1 hope he doesn't use dreadful
language.
Dealer���He'd a saint, lady; sings
hymns beautifully. I had some parrots what used In swear something
awful, but if you'll believe me, tills
here bird converted tlio lot.
DODDS '
KIDNEY
XPILLS :
"*BETE5 *'
50c. a box or six boxes for $2.50,
at all dealers, or The Dodds Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,
Canada.
McClaiys
Sunshine Fun.
nace
Your fuel bills will be lowerand you'll
get more heat, evenly distributed all over the
house, if you install a McClary Sunshine Furnace.
The Sunshine pays for Itself in a very few years
by the saving it effects. Call on the McClary dealer ]
or write our nearest Branch for full information.
LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, N.B, HAMILTON, CALGARY, SASKATOON, EDMONTON
REMINGTON  CO.  IN  WINDSOR
Big Arms and Ammunition Concern
Builds Branch Factory in Canada
Canadian endorsement of quality la
loaded snot shells has brought the
Remington Arms Union Metallic Cartridge Company across tho border with
iho first ammunition factory to be
built in this country by United States
manufacturers to supply this market.
This big arms and ammunition concern, now nearu.g Its one hundrodth
year of business activity, has lis principal factories nt Brl lgeport, Conn.,
U.S.A., where ammunition Is made,
and at Uton, N.Y., U.S.A., the home
of modern arms malting, Up to this
year the steadily Increasing Remington business In Canada has been handled from tho home factories, but of
lute our dealers nnd sportsmen have
made the demand so strong that early
In 1913 the company's Executive Board
decided to build a branch factory ou
this sldo ot the line. Windsor, Ontario, offered advantage.! as a contral
distributing not' and as a skilled labor market and early In 1918 a factory site consisting of over one hundred acres was purchased there.
The problem then was to rush the
plant to early completion and Install
an equipment capable of producing ammunition ot the same high quality demanded In the strict 'homo factory'
inspection. Tho order was given to
spare no expense In providing for the
expeditious filling of the unusually
htavy orders of the year. A large
force of workmen was recruited and
five months from the day the first
ground was broken Windsor boasted
a strictly modern ammunition factory
equipped w'tli the latest improved machinery, a ballistic range and chronograph for testing penetration, velocity,
pattern, etc, together with powder
magazines .-.nd storage warehouses.
Builders who watched the seemingly
magical creation of the splendid plant
in all Us completeness claim that a
remarkable record was made lu the
erection and installation work.
Two railroads have built switches to
the factory door and there Is a direct
connection with the lake routes so
that evcrv facility U afforded for
prompt shipments. Deliveries of the
famous Arrow, Nit.ro Club and New
Club speed shells are already being
made from the new factory.
Mlnard's Liniment Curt.  Diphtheria
Isaac's house was for sale and he
told his friend A brum about an offer
he had had.
Samuel I.evinslti said he vould git
me five t'ousand tollars vor idt.
Huh! Abraham grunted scornfully.
He nin'dt got fife tollars to his name
���he can'dt buy Idt.
Veil I know be candt. But idt vas
a mighty fine offer.
W. N. U, 964
Spell 'Em With a 'VV
Young Woman (at   her   first   ball
game)���Do look at ile funny thing
that man's got over his face.   Is It a
bird cage?
Her Escort���Not exactly.      Its to
keep the fouls out.
Miss Anuy Bernstein, daughter of
the Danish prime minister, has served
three years' apprenticeship as a joiner. She began her studies in au institute where she learned carving of various kinds. One ot the first pieces
of work which she finished, a small
box, was purchased by the dowager
empress ot Russia.
An Oil That is Prized Everywhere.
-rl)r. Thomas' Keleclric Oil was put
upon the market without any flourish over thirty years ago. It was put
up to meet the wants of a small section, but as soon as Its merits became
known It had u whole continent for a
field, am'. It Is now known and prized
throughout this hemisphere, There
is nothing equal to It.
Thomas, you have disobeyed your
grandmother, No, 1 didn't mother.
Yes, you did. Have you not been In
swimming'.' Yes, mother. Didn't I
hear her say to you not to go in
swimming'.' Oh, she didn't tell me
that. She only came out aud said���
Boys, I wouldn't, go in swimming, and
I shouldn't think she would, an old
rheumatic woman like her: but she
didn't, say anything about our going
In swimming.
Cullman, Alabama, is said lo he the
most prosperous township In the world.
It is said that every man In the town
who is the head oi a family has a clear
title deed of ownership to his home
and every one ot them has a hanking
account. Co-operative fanning is
practised in the county.
A Sure f^jn
Mr. Subhubs���I'm afraid our garden
Is going to be a failure.
Mrs. Subhubs���Why do you think so.
Mr. Su'bbubs���Even lhe neighbor's
chickens don't seem to take any interest, lu It.
The Real Reason
Certain public employes who haw,
to submit dally to a r.iphl fire of well-
meant bnt needless questions may be
excused if they occasionally turn upon
their persecutors. This ls how an
elevator boy dealt with one ot them:
Don't you over feel sick going up
and down In this elevator all duy7 a
fussy lady asked hlni.
Yes, ma'am, courteously replied the
elevator boy.
Is It the motion going down? pursued tho lady.
No, ma'am.
The going up?
No, ma'am.
Is it the stopping thai does It'
No, ma'am.
Then what Is It?
Answering questions, ma'am.
Statu  of  Ohio.   Cits'  of  Toledo,     \
Lucas County I   ������
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that, lie is
senior partner of tlie linn of P. J.-
Chert" ����� Co., (loins business In tha city
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
nt. I lhat said llrm will pay the sum of
o.��l! HUNDRED DOt.l..'...M i:r each and
every ease of catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use nt Halt's catarrh Cure.
FRANK J.   CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo nnd subscribed
In litw presence, this (ith day of December,  A.IX,  1888.
(Seal.) A. W.  QLBASON,
Notary   Public'
Halt's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
ana acts directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tlio system. Send
lor  testimonials  free.
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
'���old by all druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The  Dog  and the  Lobster
A Scotsman was strolling through
the market-place in Glasgow one city
and close at his heels followed his
faithful collie. Attracted by a fine
display of shell and othtr fish, the
Scot slopped to admire, perhaps to
purchase. The dog stood by, gently
wagging its tall, while Its master engaged the fishmonger lu conversation.
Unfortunately for the dog, its tall
dropped for a moment over a big
basketful ot fine, live lobsters. Instantly one of the largest lobsters snapped
its claws on the tail and the surprised
collie dash id off through the market
yelping its pain, while the lobster hung
on grimly, though dashed violently
from side to side.
The fishmonger for a moment was
speechless with Indignation, then,
turning to his prospective customer, he
bawled:
Mon! mon! whustle to yer dog;
whustle to yer dog!
Hoots, mon, returned the oilier complacently, whustle to yer lobster!
SUMMER COMPLAINTS
KILL_LITTLE ONES
At lit it sign of illness during the
hot weather give the little ones Baby's
Own Tablets, or in a few hours he may
be beyond cure. These Tablets will
prevent summer complair.ts if given
occasionally to the well child and will
promptly cure these troubles if they
come ou suddenly. Baby's Own Tablets should always be kept in every
home where there are young children.
There is no other medicine as good
aud the mother has tie guarantee of
a government analyst that they are
absolutely safe- The Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Broekville, Ont.
Pride
I understand that there are two rival social sets in this town.
Yes. One set is composed of people who have undergone operations
for appendicitis and the others have
had the children's adenoids removed.
Advice to Farmers
Present prospects I mitosis * fair orop
ef (rain throughout the three wsslsrn
provinces, but do not point lo sny larger
yield than last year. 'I'llIs, combined
with the big sliortaie In the spring
wheat crop of the United States, and
also that ot Ki.-wico nud other European
countries, and Ihe present high juice
ot corn, all points toward a high level
of prices, and wa cannot see sny reason why prices should Ue hammered
down to the. low level of last year. We
claim Ihs right value ot 1 Northern
should not bs less than 99c: 2 C. \V.
oats, 40o; 1 N.W.r1. Flaxseed, It.50, and
3 0, W. flat-ley, DOe; basis In store Fort
William or Port Arthur, but or course,
It farmers rush their grain on thn marks! early with instructions to sell for
what it will bring, prices are bound to
be foroed tower. Any farmev who Is In
a position lo bold bis Rintrt at home
should do so. and those who are obliged
lo sell lo get custi should ship and sell
only enough to carry them ovor. If
tlie selling: ot all our grain could be
spread evenly over the whole season,
prices could easily average from lOo to
ir>o per bushel "ntaher, which would
mean an enormous extra amount of
rash brought Into Western Canada.
Last year lhe larger bulk ot our grain
was sold at ridiculously low prices-
selling down as low ss 7.1,o for I Northern; loaio for 1 N.W.O, Flaxseed: ado
for 2 C.w. Oats, nnd 41c for 3 C.W,
Barley. Since spring opened we have
sold 1 Noil hern at 100c; 1 N.W.C. Flaxseed 130c; 2 C.W. Oals nt 36c, a nil 3 C.
VV. Barley at Bio, basis In store Fort
William or Port Arthur. This easily
shows the huge loss to farmers through
marketing their grain In enormous
quantities right at the beginning of Ibe
season. There is far more reason this
year for prices of our wheat ranging
above the dollar mark lhan last year.
Once prices are forced down It ls hard
to get them to advance again until
stocks In sight are greatly reduced;
therefore, be careful not to rush your
grain forward too  fast.    Every carlot
held back helps Just that much te hol4
prices up and put them higher.
We would advise farmers thst whenever possible load your grain direst
from the waggon Into the oar. snd whe��
you send your shipping bill tt a commission agent, ilguie out Ihe situation
wsll before selling. To send instrue-
tlons to sell for whatever it will bring. ._
serves to break prices down mors il
qulokly thsn any other wav we know
of. Instruut your commission agent
that you went your grain sold at ���
certain piles snd then bold fer thai
price. If you do have to pay two or
three cents per bushel storage what of
It, bscauss you will eventually get Ihe
price you went, and besides you are
helping to hold prices up.
Ths distribution of cars should alas
be watched closely. Farmers should
get together nnd arrange lo have a representative keep careful watch on the
railway order book nnd sea that caoh
man Is allotted ears according lo the
(train Acl. That 1st what the Grain Aot
Is for aud If you do not use It, the fault
lies with yourselves,
We are grain commission merchant!
and give our undivided attention to this
business. Our experience extends
around '.'.% years, and fanners consigning grain for us to handle receive the
benont ot tills experience In tlie advlos
and Information we give thorn. We
iiavs no agents In the country, simply
because our lo per bushel commission
charges does not give us prollt enough
to permit of engaging agents at country
points, and at the same time show even
a smalt profit on the season's business.
Writs us  for our shipping Instructions and grain market advice.    Even"
If you do not ship grain for us lo handle,
write anyway.    The  Information   may
helo you to secure better net returns,
snd It may lead to bringing us some of ;
your business    the    following season, i
Wo can handle your grain right for yon I
and we know It, and we want you to l
know  It also.    That  will  mean  more 1
business for us, which Is exactly what]
we are working for.
McBEAN BROS., Grain Exchange, Winnipeg
Qualified to Speak
Arinson���You seem to know a lot
about the ins and outs ot politics.
De  Manlfldng���I  ought; to;   I  have
been one of the outs for twenty long
and hungry years.
Facts and Figures
Because a farmer keeps a herd of
dairy cows it does not necessarily follow that each one iu the herd is especially adapted for dairying. The
type nnd general appearance may be
good, the temperament and disposition
may promise fair results, but the real
value of each one is to be measured
actually and practically by just her
Individual yield not the average ot the
herd as a whole, at the end of a full
season's work.
Over and over again when dairy
farmers have checked up the production separately ol each cow there have
been found wonderful surprises and
serious disappointments. Those
good lookers have turned out lo be
poor producers; (lie despised cow of
insignificant appearance has often
proved a splendid moneymaker when
her moderate cost of feed bas been deducted from the large total yield of
milk and fat. Some cow testing figures recorded by the dairy division at
Ottawa, show great contrasts. For Instance, two cows yielding the Bame
weight of milk may differ in profit by
$25.00. The aged cow may do far
better than the five-,-jar-old. Two
mature cows In the same herd have
been known to differ in production by
eight thousand pounds ot milk. One
herd of twelve cows last year gave
thirl}-six tons of milk more than another herd of twelve. How are these
vital points to be definitely ascertained
by the practical dairyman? Such
facts are brought to light when figures
are used. It Is just as simple as A.
B.C. Keep records of individual production; it takes scarcely ten minutes
per cow per month, and i.buiulanlly
pays every dairyman.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper
Nero's Golden House
Dr. Fritz Weege, a young German
archaeologist, drew altentiou to the
enormous palace that was ouce erected by Nero In Home. The Italian
government, in consequence, instituted the very Interesting excavations
that are now being made lu what ls
called 'The Golden House.' This Immense palace covered an acre of
ground and was about three times the
size ot lhe present Vatican. The
Golden House, which extended from
the Palatine far up the Esqulllne, was
erected after the burning of Rome in
64. The building was afterwards converted by Nero's successors into other
edifices. Tho excavations are revealing much that Is of extraordinary Interest.
Of Course
The lesson in history was in pro!
gress and In vain the teacher coaxe<r
her class to answer. At last sh'f
brightened up. She had reached ihtj
star pupil of her little class.
Now. Tommy, sho said. Mary follow!
ed Edward V��� and who followed Mnryf
Yes, Tommy knew that, and his a'
swer was swift.       Her   little   laml,|
teacher, ho shouted, triumphantly.
Women and Asthma.���Women arl
numbered among the sufferers fi'oi]
asthma by the countless thousands. Il
every climate they will be found, heir
less in the grip ot this relentless cll��'
ease unless they hr.ve availed theirs
selves of the proper remedy. Dr. Jl
D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy hal
brought new hope and life to munf
such. Testimonials, sent, entirell
without solicitation, show the eiionif
ous benefit it has wrought among wf
men everywhere.
Of course, my dear, marry yomil
Sraithcrs if you like, and I will ninlj
you .��� wedding present of a nice larpj
mirror.
Why a mirror, dad?
So that you can watch yoursej
starving to death, my dear.
Th* Man Who DrlvM An
Automobile Finds
SNAP
The Only cleaner that will
eneCttlsify remove grease,
oil or paint etatni and leave
the liawls smooth and soi'u
100% better than soap.
ItuDialir Still Slip.
Sits (����� t'oipOM.
talk Cmhii IWM, Msstml
Best Time
What are the duties ot a steering
committee in Congress?
To get a lot of legislation through
while the Washington ball team 13 on
the road.
Remain on Top
Friends an' feller citizens, I rise to
Teli you all-
Then the box he stood on tumbled;
so he only rlz to fall.
But still he made the best of it; I rise
again to drop
This hint: When you have rlz up high
be sure to stay on top!
Post
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for LuncH
Appetizing and wholesonv|
these hot Summer days.
No   cooking     no   hcl
kitchen,
Ready to eat direct frot.l
the   package fresh,   cris j
and dainty.
Serve with cream anil
sugar���and sometimes fresj
berries or fruit.
Post Toasties are thin bit|
of Indian Corn, toasted to
golden brown.
Acceptable at any meal-J
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Sold by Grocers everywheil
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���^H-!'++r++'!-!-:-i-+.:-:-:-:-t-M-!-w-H'
AN INFERNAL
MACHINE
:: It Excited a Commotion, but
Did Not Go Off
By GROVER J. GRIFFIN
��H.M-H"H"M��1"1-1-M��H-1"1"M-1-:
"Captain," said the third officer of
the ocean liner Tartaric, saluting his
chief, "tbe  baggagetnaster reports a
bot In the bold lu which there Ib some
mechanical contrivance that ticks."
"Well, whnt of It?"
"Thero wns talk of anarchists blowing  up tho ship  before  nc  left.    I
> should' supposo that In view of such
talk It might be well to examine the
|l box with n view to discovering If li
contains nn infernal iniu'hnc."
"Where Is the box now?"
"lu tho hold."
"(Jet It up Inlo the baggage room,
���ml I'll have u look at II."
I.itlcr  Cnptnln  Cbniuhllss  Inspected
j (he box.   It wns rectangular In shupc,
|. about two feci long by eighteen Inches
broad and deep.   On the cover was the
mime Ethan II. Jenkins.
"Who'd,Mr, Jenkins?" asked (he cap-
I tain.
Nobody knew.
"Scud for Ihe purser."
The purser came, nnd the captain
.asked him if thero was u passenger
| aboard of the name of Jenkins. The
purser snld there was and dispatched a
steward to look for him nnd scud him
to the baggage room. Mr. Jenkins was
�� dapper little man. who looked no
more like an anarchist tban a Hotten
lot.
"What's In the box?" asked the captain.
"Articles picked up abroad intended
as presents for my friends."
|    "ls there a clock In it?"
"Not thnt I am aware of."
"Listen."
All were silent, nnd the ticking wai
I distinctly heard by oil. A great change
t came aver the face of Mr. Jenkins. He
looked terror strickcu.  He seemed to be
' thlnklug hard for n few moments; tben,
thrusting his hand iuto his breast coat
I pocket, he drew out an envelope and,
"OOODBT, MY FMENDS," HE SAID.
Inking out a letter, read it hastily ant*
bunded It to the cnptnln. It was as
follows:
Mr. Jenkins, I am employed In the packing room of the house of Do Four Freres.
1 am a member ot an anarchist circle and
have been ordered to pack an Infernal
machine In a box to be shipped to Amerl-
j rn. Yesterday 1 placed one among articles bought by you of this house. The
Mechanism Is set to explode the bomb In
Tour days. The thought of causing ths
jestructlon of hundreds of persons has
Vailed on mo. I am horrified at what 1
have done and write tills letter that you
may avoid the consequences of my act.
Do not attempt to open the box. If you
are ot sea throw It overboard. I leave Di
Four Freres at once and cannot be found.
There was no slgunture lo the letter
nor anything by whlcb the nnarchisl
could be Identified, for It had been
' written and addressed by a typewriter.
"Why did yon not take action to gel
I'ld of the thing nt once?" Inquired the
cnptnln sternly.
"I thought It was it honx. My nephew,
,   Charlie Burns, Is nlwnys playing prnc
deal jokes on me, nnd 1 had no doubt
that tbls wns one of them."
"Heave the thing overboard atoncel"
,   cried the captain.
. ".Not on .vour life!" Interposed the
owner. "There mu inings in Trial box
which I would not tnke thousands of
dollars for. What need for hurry? The
letter says the machine is set lo Ore
the bomb In four days. This Is only
the third day."
"I don't cure If it's only the first,"
snapped tbe captain. "I'm not going to
endanger (he ship and those aboard by
carrying an Int'ei'iial machine. Take it
out nnd heave It overboard, I say."
"I protest In presence of the persons
present that If you do I'll hold, the
company for damages. There Is no necessity to aend such valuable property
to the bottom. In tbe first place, aa
you already know, the machine Is set
to go off lu four days from the date It
was packed. It was packed the day
we sailed; therefore It will not explode till we are near the American
coast. I'm not sure it will explode ut
all. It may bo that it's u Joke pre
pelrated by thnt fellow Bums after all.
It so ho wouldn't hesitate to put a
clock In Iho box to miiko It worse. I
wish 1 hnd him hero now to punch his
bend. This Isn't the first time he's
caused mo trouble by his pranks."
"Whnt do you propose'/" asked the
ciipiniii. "It you think the mutter a
hoax you'd bettor open tbe box and
And out whether It Is or not."
"And blow up your ship ns well as
myself If It's a reol Infernal machine?"
The caplnln evidently had not
(bought of that.   He looked confused, i
"I tell you what you do, captain,"
continued Jenkins.   "Tow It."
Tho cnptnln looked relieved. He told
tho purser lo tnke down n list of the
articles In the box from the owner.
wllh tbelr values, so that in case tbe
box were lost thu amount of claim
would be limited. Rut he did not
want to have this done before getting
rid of the box. He directed one of the
crew to carry It to the upper deck,
where the lifeboats were swung on
the davits, aud put It In one of the
lockers Intended for provisions, wedging It so that It would not. slido about
with the motion of the waves. This
wns done. The boat was lowered, a
cable attached to her bow, and she
was suffered to drift a hundred yards
nstern.
While this wns b*lng done the captain gave orders that what wns In
the boat, or rather what was supposed
to be in tbe boat, be confined to those
who were In the baggage room when
tbe matter was discussed. He did not
consider that n bomb n hundred yards
sway from the ship could endanger
her.
The Tartaric sighted Fire Island on
the fourth duy out. She was twelve
knots east of Montuuk point Just before
daylight on tbe morning of Ihe fifth
day. A mnn stood on the nfter deck of
tbe ship, where tlio cable thnt lowed
the lifeboat was attached. Ho tied
loosely to tbe rope n pair of ours, which
drifted bnck to the lifeboat. Then he
fixed to the rope n clutch .with bundles
like those ot a pale of tinner's shears.
Grasping the bandies, he swung him.
self off the stern nud let himself down
slowly till be reached tbe water. Tbe
pressure against him exerted by tbe
headway of tbo ship was so great tbat
he would net have been able to maintain his hold had it not been for this
clutch. Ily Its use he let himself be
6lowly forced backward (ill he reached
the lifeboat nnd pulled himself up by
the cable ou to Its bow.
Once In the boat be cast an eye to
the westward, where nhoue a light,
which he recognized ns one on Montuuk point. Taking from the bow the
oars bo bad sent before him, he put
them In the boat. Then he enst off
nnd wns left astern. As the dark body
of tho Tartaric greyr darker In the distance ho smiled and raised bis bnt to
her.
"Goodby. my friends," he snld. "I
think I can now get on without your
valuable assistance."
Taking tho box from Ibo locker iu
which It had been placed, he ripped It
open with a screwdriver he drew from
his pocket, took out a clock, which he
(brew overboard, nnd a small package,
which he concealed In a pocket of his
flannel shirt. Then, beginning to shiver
with the cold, he took up the oars and
pulled for tbe light ou Montuuk point.
By this time n streak of gray light
ippcared In the cast end, In due time
Ibe sun cnino up, but the mau in the
boat did not need Its wnrinlh to dry
Ills clothes, for the taent of his body,
kept up by the exercise of rowing, hnd
llrondy doue that. He was making
(loW progress, for one man pulling on
So large a boat could not move it rapidly. However, by 0 o'clock In the morning ho was but half n dozen Silles from
the Long Island coast, nnd, a motor-
iioat passing bim, he made a bargain
with lhe mau running ber to take htm
���shore,
Once on term flrma, leaving bis boat
hauled up on a bench, he started Inland till he came to a town, where ho
hired n horse and buggy to carry blm
lo the northern coast of the Island.
There he chartered a motorboat to
take him across the sound to Saybrook,
where he boarded n Long Island east-
bound train for Boston. Arriving
there In the nflernoon, he purchased
slothing and, dropping into n diamond
dealer's, took from his pocket the package he hnd taken from the box supposed to contain the Infernnl machine,
unrolled It and displayed n dozen enor
mous diamonds. Berore leaving me
shop he sold a number of tbem to the
denier and early tbe next morning
parted with tbe rest of his stock, realising n handsome profit between what
the stones had originally cost him at
the diamond mines and what he received for them. He hud reached the
end ot u series of brilliant Impostures
! to defraud the customs.
I On the morulng of tbe day the Tartaric arrived In port nn officer announced to the cnptnln thnt the llfe-
! boat astern wns missing. Tbe captain,
surprised, nsked If tbe owner of the
box had been notified, and, on being
told that he had not.^a steward was
sent to find him. Later tho messenger
returned to sny thnt Mr. Jenkins wns
missing. The cnptnln looked astonished; (hen ii light broke In upon his
brain.
"A smuggling dodge!" he exclaimed.
'Keep It from the inspectors."
Before (be Turtnrlc sailed again her
cnptnln hnd been notified thnt a lifeboat wllh his ship's name on tho bow
wns lying on a bench on the enstern
end of Long Island. He gave orders to
have It shipped by wnter to New York,
bnt nsked no questions as to how It
tnmo there.
His Explanation.
a milkman In a couutry town not
far from New York was brought be-
I fore Ihe local court to nnswor ncbiirgo
of ndiilterntlou of milk.
\ "You nre charged," said the judge.
"wltb a most serious offense, of selling
adulterated mill;. Have you anything
to say in answer to tbe charge'*"
"Well, your worship," answered tho
milkman,  "the  night   before It wns
' raining very hard, uud the only ennso
I can give Is the cow must have got
wet througb."���Harper's Weekly.
At a Pink Tea.
"What n perfectly lovely little town
Is tbis! I'm visiting Mrs. Wllkins, you
know. I don't believe 1 had been here
n dny or more before everybody tried
to outdo the other in making mo feel
nt home. Wasn't thnt your experience
when you first arrived:"
"Well, I'm afraid I enn't"-
"Oh, 1 beg your pardon, I'm so sorry. For tbe moment I forgot. You're
the new minister's wife, aren't yon?"���
St. Louis Itopublie.
PAINTING THE LOCK GATES.
Thl* Was One of the Difficult Problems of tho Panama Canal.
One ot the roost Important of (lm
questions that presented themselves
In the construction of the Panama canal was tbat ot a suitable means of
preserving from corrosion the structural steel ot the lock gates, vnlres,
etc. Tlaso will be exposed to the action cither of salt water or of fresh
wnter highly charged with decaying
vegetable matter, at comparatively
lilgh temperatures and often swiftly
running.
Tbey will be accessible for inspection and repair only at long Intervals.
The lock gates, whlcb represent ovec
00,000 tons of struct urn I steel, have exterior surfaces of over 1,000,000square
I'cct, will have portions of their structures continually Immersed, oilier portions will bo alternately Immersed uiul
exposed lo tbo air, and slill others Will
bo exposed to lhe nlr continually,
The interior surfaces of the loci; gate
���structures will bo subject to moisture
of condensation nud leakage mid will
bo nt high temperatures. Ttieso Interior surfaces, which have a total superficial urea, Including sllffenors, etc,
of over 3,000,000 square feet, will be
accessible with difficulty, and repainting will be effected only at great expense nnd Inconvenience.
It is doubtful If, in the present state
of knowledge of the art, II. will be possible to prevent wasting nway by corrosion ot this steel, except nt the expense or comparatively frequent repainting.
It should he suid. however, that the
Class of protective paint adopted by
tbo engineers for the Interiors of the
loci; gates Is unquestionably lhe most
efficient for the purpose that tlie present knowledge of tbe art affords, although (his snlno material probably
would not give satisfaction If used on
surfaces exposed even Intermittently
lo sunlight and open alr.-lleury Williams In .engineering Magazine.
FACING TORTURES.
The Sublime Courage Shown bj
an American Indian.
WILLING TO DIE FOR ANOTHER
THE NEWEST ART SCHEME.
Net the Same.
Tbey were strolling through tho
woodland.
"Yes," the youthful professor wns
saying, "it is a very simple mutter tu
tell the various kinds of trees by the
bark."
She gazed nt him KOtilfully.
"How wonderful!" she exclaimed.
"And can yon���er���toll the various
kiuds of dogs Hint way?"-Brooklyp
Eagle.
Breaking Hia Promise,
f=ivh
"All the same, you promised mother
that you'd never let a cloud come bo
tween us."���Pcle Mcle.
Change the Light and You Change tho
Picture or Design.
A graduate of tlio Moscow School Foi
Pniutllig, Sculpture and Architecture
lias Invented a uiilquo artistic device,
which may be used with much effect
on the Stage nnd peihaps eau bo utilized for the home, "his invention rentiers It possible to i tilut several different scenes on ono canvas. When the
light on the stage Is changed the decorations ulso change.
A panel was exhibited at the Moscow
'Artistic theater which represented u
scene with beautiful autumn tints In
tbe red light uf a sunset. Tbe light
wns then changed and lhe scenery
changed at the same time, and a nymph
was discovered lu front of a tree, bath*
ed iu moonlight.
The Invention is based on tbe physical law concerning the complementary
colors of Hie spectrum. It Is claimed
that wall paper printed by this method
Is ono color In daytime, different during twilight nud changes ngnln by
moon or lamplight. The changes can
bo brought about by switchlug clectrip
llghts.-Froni a Consular Iteport.
Lucky Survivor.
Dora ���That charming Miss I'each
seems to have quite a number of eligible young men in her train.
Dick���Yes. And one of these days
there's going lo be u smnshup to that
train, with only one survivor. ��� K��
change.
Gymnastic Stunt,
I    Barbour���You seem warm.  Have you
I been exercising?
I Waterman���Yes, indeed. I went to
, the mutes' dunce and swung dumb
| belles around all evening. ��� Michigan
Uni'goyle.
	
A Wireless Club.
The first "wireless" club in Britain
has  been  established  nt  Sale,   near
Manchester,   and   meetings  are  held
every night. Members while in meet
ing tap the world's news and receive
all sorts of items from land and sea.
I There are   seventeen members, and
j each is the licensed owner of a wire-
j less installation.    "In respect of all
messages picked up by wireless we
are pledged to secrecy," said a member.    "We are  nlso not allowed to
I use the commercial wave.   We Eend
I out a shorter length."
Was Beam  In  Bishop's Eye.
There have been many quiet chuckles during the. last few days atf the
1 expense ol Dr. Ingram, Bishop of Lon-
I don.     He strongly  objects to long-
i winded bishops, and told the students
' at Queen's College,  a few days ago,
! that he  always tried to  deliver  one
j instead of two addresses at confirms-
; tion services.   "I think," he said, "we
are all much too long-winded."   And
, then he spoke for forty minutes
Honoring a Poet.
A bronze bust of Madison Caweln,
tbe Kentucky poet, was recently unveiled In tbo public library of his na-
the city, Louisville. Speaking of Mr.
Caweln and his work, William Dent)
nowclls. our dean of American letters,
says, "lie has lhe gift, lu a measure
surpassed by no poet, of touching somo
emnllest or commonest thing in nature
nud making It live from the manifold
associations in which we have our being and glow thereafter with an liiej>
tingtilstiiible beauty."
Roller Skating In Vienna.
No roller skating in the streets ot
Vienna. The edict, according to a letter from that city, will be rigidly enforced. The police authorities In nn-
swer to a plea from the children stated that "the objection of one householder In a street Is sufficient to banish skaters from thnt thoroughfare,
Rud as there Is undoubtedly one person
In every street wbo would exercise the
prerogative skating must remain a
ring amusement."���New York Tribune,
A Neglected Monument.
Overgrown with small palms and
other tropical vegetation ls the monument to Magellan, un the Island ot
Mats, In tho Philippines, where he
wns killed lu 1521 by the hostile natives. Tho monument was erected
mnny years ngo on tlio spot where he
was slain, but the Island Is not much
visited, and the monument, especially
In tho years since American occupation of the Islands, has become niuclr
lu need of repair.
Times Have Changed
"Do you remember when tbe people
lematidcd specie paymentV"
"Yes. In those days people said they
wanted hard money. Now everybody
wants ensy money."���Washington Star.
Ideas must work through the brains
ind the arms of good and brave men
>r they are no better Uas dream*.���
Story of a Drsmatio Episode In Which
tho Iowa and Muaquakio Tribe*
Figured���Heroism That Won thl
Admiration of tho Enemy.
A striking story of tho courage and
self sacrifice of which the American
Indian nt his best is capable Is given
by 0. n. Mills lu tbo Des Moines Register aud Leader. It wns told to trU
white men by the famous Sac chief,
Black Hawk, who himself saw the Incident.
It ull began wltb nn unfortunate
quarrel between an Iowti und a Mus-
quaklc, In which the latter killed tbe
former and then In a moment of freu-
r.y scalped his victim. Tbo two tribes
were at pence, and this act, allowable
only iu lime of war, wns, lu Indian
eyes, an Intolerable breach of good
faith.
The Mnsqunklcs offered nil sorts ot
reparation, but tho lowits would accept nothing but lhe person of the of-
fender, to be tortured aud put to death
In propitiation of tho outraged spirit
of the dead mnn. To this the Mnsqua-
kles agreed on condition that the culprit bo given a month to fortify himself for his terrible ordeal. But Just
as the month wns nbout to expire be
fell 111 with a raging fever. In that
condition he could not be carried ucrosi
tbe prairie, hut a failure to produce
bim nt the appointed place would
arouse the suspicious and perhaps the
hostility of the Iowas.
A council was called to debate th,
matter, before which appeared Cono, l
brother of tho sick man. "There are
no squaw men In our fnmlly," be declared.   "I will go In his place."
Tbe others tried to dissuade him and
described to him the tortures he would
bare to undergo, but he Insisted upon
making the sucrlllco. Accordingly an
escort wns selected to accompany blm,
at the head of which Black Hawk,
then n young but widely respected
chief, wns placed.
"I never saw a more pathettiNscone."
said Black Hawk, "than the parting ot
Cono and his father aud mother and
other relatives. The whole tribe waa
overwhelmed with gloom."
In the middle of the afternoon the
party arrived at the Iowas' villngei
Cono bad asked that bis Identity should
not be disclosed, but one of the towns
who was present at tho time the young
Indian wns slain saw that the guilty
party was not being delivered, and
Black Hawk told Ibo whole story. Tbe
Iowas accepted It ns true nnd. after a
brief council, consented to the arrangement The death circle wns staked out
and patrolled with armed guards, and
Cono was placed In Its center, while
bis escort was entertained lu the tepee
of the chief. It wns a chill Novembel
day, and the sun was just sinking behind the cliffs of tbe Des Moines rivet.
.when the escort left the camp.
They paused on a hill about a hall
mile distant from tbe camp. Tbey
could see that the fires had becu lighted
round the death circle, and lu the bush
of the evening came the plaintive
Bound of Cono chanting his death song,
Having traveled some two hours,
they halted and mnde camp. About
midnight they heard tbe clatter ot
horses' feet, and In a moment more t
single horseman rode up. It wns Cono!
This was his remarkable story:
The fires of tho dentb circle were
burning brightly, nud the eqmtws with
their burning sticks were preparing t��
make the first attempt to extort a cry
of pain aud agony, when an old man,
the father of tbe dead Indian, raised
bis voice:
"Stop!" bo said. "Let me speak. I
am the oue thnt bas suffered. My son
was killed and scalped by n Mnsqua-
kle. I wns hungry for revenge, aud were
the oue that killed and scalped him
here I would shout wltb joy .at bis
torture. But Ihls young mnn Is brave.
Never have I seen such bravery before.
lie Is too good n man to torture and
kill. Release htm aud let blm return
to his own people."
Although the entire village a few
hours before bad been eager for revenge, there was a murmur of approval as the old man gathered his blanket
about bim and took bis sent Without
any one's making a single objection,
Cono was removed from the circle and
given food and drink. A few noun
later he was led from tbe camp, allowed to mount his own pony and depaif
lu pence.
The Oldest Almanac.
The oldest almanac in existence it
probably the "Almanach National de
la France," which first appeared ini
1686 and has been issued fairly regularly ever since. It began with ���
modest forty-eight pages, but the current issue boasts over 1,600. Next in
point ol age ranks the "Almanach de
Goths," with a record ol 150 yeam^
continuous publication. The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869
Capital Paid Up $11,560,000        Reserve and Undivided Profits $13,000,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
DRAFTS ISSUED
Payable In all parts of the world
Special attention given to Savings Department ami Transactions of Ordinary Banking Business by mail
COURTKNAY BRANCH   -   R. H. HARDWICKE, Mgr.
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Campbell's
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And Comox Valley Advocate
A  Weekly  Newspaper,   Published  at
Courtenay, B. C.
N. Hi BODBN, Editor nud Proprietor
Subscription 11.60 per Year iu Advance
THURSDAY, OCTOBBR  16, 1913
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Local Lines
In the course of a speech at
Chateauguay, last Thursday, Sir
Wilfred Laurier said that the Pacific coast must be defended.
It is worthy of note that there is
not a journalist nor a printer in any
of the goals or penitentiaries of the
Dominion. There are preachers
���nd lawyers and every  other class.
* The ladies of St. Andrews Presbyterian Church will hold a grand
Hollow'een concert on Friday evening October 31st. A good programme of musical selections, games, tea, ect. Don't forget it. Admission 50 ceuts.
The Literary and Debating Society's meeting on Monday evening
was a very interesting one. The
subject for discussion was whether
or no it was in British Columbia's
best interests to allow Orientals to
lease or purchase lands. The subject was ably handled by a number
of the members.
The Ga'tnboa dyke in the Panama canal was blown up on Friday
afternoon by President Wilson
pressing a button in the White
House, in Washington. The electric flash travelled over 4000 miles
over land and under water and
ignited the immense charges of dynamite under the dyke, which virtually cleared the canal.
The Volturno, of the Uranium
line, with immigrants for Canada
from Rotterdam, cought fire in
mid-Atlantic, and 136 persons were
lost. Ten liners were at hand but
were unable to render assistance
for hours, owing to the mountainous seas. When at last the storm
moderated 521 souls were saved
out of 657 that were aboard. The
vessel was abondoned. Nearly all
the passengers were for Canada.
The following guests are register
ed at the Restmore Hotel this
week, Mr. McFarlane, Mr. Leslie,
Mr. G. E. Sargant, Mr. H. S.
Hardman and Mr. M. T. Knight,
of Vancouver, Mr. A. E. Toombs,
Naniamo, Mr E, L. McConnell,
Mr. J. J. Asselin, Mr. H. Hamilton, Mr. C. Larson, Mr, T. Mason,
Mr. J, V. Meston and Mr. D. D.
McTavish, of Victoria, Mr. D.
Hastings, Mr. J. R. Hastings, Mr.
A. Pailthrope and Mr. A. E.
Hay ward.
LAZO
General Store
*�� ������
We Invite Your Inspection of Our
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
Groceries
Hardware
New Goods Coining in on livery lioat
Trices as Low as the Lowest
Chas. H. Pigott
L.AZO, P. O.
Excitement Over Oil
Discovery in Alberta
Calgary, Oct. 13.���Twenty-four
hours of feverish excitement over
the oil situation is intensified by
the admission of A. W. Dingiuan,
manager of the Calgary Petroleum
Products Company, that the strike
was of much more consequence
than was first given out and that
oil exists in commercial quantities.
The oil is a very high quality, running as high as 75 per cent, gasoline.
More than one hundred men are
waiting to file claims to-day. It is
possible that only one or two
claims will be open to entry. A
stiff trade is being driven in options
on leaseholders and hundreds of
deals have been made.
The quality of the oil was, demonstrated when an automobile tank
was filled at the well and the machine driven to the city, a distance
of thirty miles, on the power furnished by the raw product.
Mens Department
Sweater Coats       ��
Wc can fill every requirement in the best
liand-knittcil sweater coats that it is
possible to obtain ami iu the must popular styles. Wc have them in all shades
and combinations,   Prices 43.00 to $8,SO
Overcoats
Mens Overcoats made from tlie finest
Imported tweeds and cheviots and made
iu this seasons designs. A large variety
of colorings in all sizes. Values from
$8.00 to $35.00
Raincoats
Wc are now showing a large range in the
popular   Currie   Raincoat.     No    finer
material displayed  in Waterproofs anywhere.    Price 48.50 to K25.00
A FULL STOCK OF
PROSPECTORS AND
LOGGERS SUPPLIES
There are three kinds of people
iuthe world���the wise the unwise
and dollar wise. The dollar wise
have learned the advantage of
reading fhe advertisements which
appear in each week in The
Review.
The kaiser's favorite dish is said
to be carp boiled in beer. In Ontario we have German carp, and
nobody considers them fit to eat,
Perhaps if cooked in beer or coal
oil or something they might be all
right.���Toronto Star.
New Townsite-No. 8 Mine
This consists of Eighty Acres, half of quarter section 228, the
Canadian Colliery owning the other half on which the main
shaft and sawmills are situate, so that it is well situated, being close to business operations ond absolutely inside property
Price of Lots $150 and upwards, on easy terms
Vancouver
Island
Farms
and
Acreage
Specialists
Apply
HARRY IDIENS
Telephone 36
Courtenay, B. C.
Vancouver
Island
Farms
aud
Acreage
Specialists
British Columbia Investments, Ltd.
Suits
Wc have just added to our stock another
shipment of mens suits-you would do
well to inspect these; also our fall and
winter samples in made-to-measure clothing, of which wc have a bigger and
better range than usual. We give satisfaction in every detail. Prices $20.00
to $37,50
Shirts
Our mens khaki, black drill, blue flannel
and flannelete shirts are of  exceptional
merit  and  will  wear.    Prices  ranging
from $1.25 to $4.00
We have   a complete stock in   Curdroy
pants, also  MacKinan coats, shirts and
pants, oil clothing, gum boots, all rubber
goods, etc., etc.
Ladies Department
Womens, Misses and Childrens Cloth Coats
NO TWO ALIK1-:
We are showing this season an assortment superior to any season previous for
Quality and Style. Our stock comprises
all the prevailing styles for Fall and
Winter in brown, tans, blues, grays and
blacks. These coats are made in a large
variety of cloths and colour combinations
such as moss cloth in solid and two tone
effects, two tone diagnols, curl cloths,
zireline, tweeds and mixtures, in lengths
of 48, 50 and 52 inches, in straight and
cutaway styles. Prices ranging from
$8.50 to $25.00
We are showing this week a complete
range of fall dress goods in all the
fashionable shades in plain and novelty-
weaves, comprising serges, poplins,
ratiens, satin cloths, tweeds, plaids,
ladies cloth, panamas, voiles and crepes.
A complete range of Watsons underwear
that will wear and will not shrink, in
ladies, misses and childrens. Special
lines in ladies fine wool combination
suits and childrens wool knit black
drawers
Full Line of Infants Wear
Comprising, Infants long and short
dresses, pinafores, barra coats in flannel
and flannelette. Shirts, bands, nightgowns, socks and bootees. Drawers and
water proof dress protectors. Wool and
silk hoods. White wool knit overalls
and leggins.    Wool veils.
Ivadies,   misses   and  childrens  Maltese
Cross brand rubbers,   in black and tan,
in shapes and sizes to fit any shoe
Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
NEW ARRIVALS
For Fall Wear
Mens and Youths Heavy, Medium
and Light Woollen Underwear,
Woollen and Cashmere Sox, Dress
and Working Trousers, Light aud
Heavy Raincoats, Winter Shirts, Etc.
Sole agents for Up-To-Date Tailored Suits, tailored
and guaranteed by the
ART TAILORING CO., LIMITED
LOGGIE BROS.
FECHNER BLOCK COURTENAY
FEED !        FEED !        FEED !
A. B. CRAWFORD BARN
A large stock of shorts, bran, crushed oats, hay and poultry
feed for sale at exceptionally low prices
Phone 32
Courtenay
HALLO!   NUMBER4!
PARKIN'S STORE?
This Week's Arrivals���Boots and Shoes, Preserving
Kettles, Apricots and Peaches
First Class Quality  j The
Prompt Delivery PARKIN
5/Off for Cash       J Way
Corner Store, Sandwick
Parkin Bros., Props.
^00*000*0*0*011 ��0S0O0��0S0S0*0S0t0
GRANTHAM   SAWMILL
We are Now Running Full Time and are Able to
Supply Rough and Dressed Lumber
at Short Notice
Our Timber Is All First Class
Grantham Sawmill Co.
SANDWICK
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Acadia Trust Co.
HOME OFFICE   -   VANCOUVER, B. C.
Acts as Trustees, Administraters of Estates, General
Financial Agents, Real Estate, Mortgages,
Loans, Insurance, Etc.
4 % Paid on Deposits
Property owners of the Comox Valley are specially
invited to list their real estate with this Company t&
High Class Job Printing at
The Review Office
OUR type and machinery equipment is
complete.    We make.a specialty of
good work���the kind y��u are proud of
and like to tell your friends about
Classy letterheads, cards, folders, etc.,
as well as the larger work���we are
there, gentlemen, and you will never
quit us if we get one chance at your
work
W THE REVIEW
Courtenay,
B.C.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FARM IMPLEMENTS
JUST ARRIVED
Direct from tbe  Honey Manufacturing Co.,  of Montreal, a car  load of
STEEL AND RUBBER TIRED
Buggies, Democrats  and
Express Waggons
Also a Quantity of Extra
Wheels, Shafts and Buggy Poles
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
Geo. Leighton
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder
COURTENAY
Bo C.
Stoddart, the Jeweler
Is now located where he gets the most business-
You all know where?
COURTENAY
The future business center of the
Comox District
New Courtenay post cards, finest
selection by first class photographer
at Peacey's. '    -
A News item has been going the
rouhds of the press declaring that
Kaiser William has invested quite
extensively in real estate in British
Columbia, and it is intimated that
this investment has been accompanied by similar investments on the
part of other Germans who have
money to invest.    It is claimed that
these purchases are the result of the
observations of Count von Alven-
sleben who his become convinced
that Canada offers magnificent possibilities for  profitable  real  estate
, speculation.    Whether the facts are
as stated we have no means of discovering, but if they are they but
call attention to anevihfrom which
Canada has suffered ^nuch in the
past, and which is still "possible under our laws, but over which we
certainly have small reason  to congratulate oruselves.    The speculative purchase and  holding of real
estate in Canada,   particularly by
non-residents has   been   a   deadweight upon the progress in many
sections, and it is this, which more
than anything else, probably, has
been instrumental the demand for
the single tax, The Saskatchewan
Government has passed a bill which
comes into eff:ct in 1914. imposinn
a considerable surtax upon uncultivated land or land held by speculators, We think such a mesaure
especially if the tax be sufficiently
high, would prove beneficial in
every province. It is not the cultivated, but the uncultivated and idle
1 land which should bear the heaviest
burden.
CHURCH NOTES
St, Peters Church Comox Oct.
I2th.    Evensong at 5.30 p.m.
St. Andrew's Church, Sancwick.
Mattins at 1 1 a. m. Evensong 7
p.m.
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to .
R. MacQUILLAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
TOBACCOS
C
igars
igarettes
andies
Extra fine Peppermints, 25c perlb.
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Close at 1 p. ui on f hursd ays
What about those Xmas Cards?
Drop in at The Review and see
samples.
LAZO
Mr. W .Howard of tne wireless
Station is visiting friends in Victoria
Miss Lister is on a visit to Cape
Lazo and is the guest of Mr. aud
Mrs. Rayner.
Mr. Clarke has relieved Mr. F.
McCallum as surveyor ou the Dominion Geoeletic Survey.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Bourne and family left for Vancouver on Tuescay
morning's boat aud returned the
following Sunday.
Mr. G. Westrope has purchased
a McGlaughlin car.
Mr. A. B. Ball has taken over
McPhee & Morrison's stoae nt Comox and hopes to retirewith a large
pile very soou.
The S. S. Spokane of the Alaska
SteamshipGo.of Seattle ran aground
a few miles north of Kye Bay. On
Friday night a Cape Lazo wireless
station caught her distress signals.
The passengers were transferred to
another boat and the Spokane then
returned to Seattle. .
Mr. G. R. Bates if living at Kye
Bay and is building a summer residence on his two lots on the beach.
-Mr. and Mrs. Lowly, of Hardv's
Beach, are vifitiug in Victoria.
The Mill on the Dyke
It  is   worth   the  time  of   any   man   who   is   in
the   market   for   lumber   to  see   us,  whether   his
order is  large  or small
We  have  in  Stock:
AIR DRIED FLOORING,
KILN DRIED FLOORING,
SHIPLAP, V JOINT,
FINISH and MOULDINGS
Also some special grades and prices which will
surprise you
A  Liberal  Discount to  Cash  Buyers
Knowles - Smith Lumber Co., Ltd.
COURTENAY      -      B. C.
sM \
ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce that wc have just received, one of
the finest lines of Undertaking and Embalming Supplies
ever   shown   in B. Cm   consisting of   Caskets.   Coffins,
Burial Robes, Etc., Etc.
We are graduates in Anatomy, Sanitary Science, and the
Science of Embalming, and are prepared to do Embalming for Export or Domestic  Burial, in the most scientific
mauiier. Calls answered day or night
Respectfully submitted,
The Fupnitufe & Undertaking Co.
COURTENAY
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' TIBlliiM'iift'lF,'-"ja!!:-- ;r.--aiK.^T^- ffiiytM���**.
If You get it at PLIMLEY'S It's All Right
Take Advantage of the Open Country
It's at your door when you ride
The
INDIAN
Motorcycle
Anybody who has ever ridden a bicycle can master the Indian ii five
minutes. You need no mechanical knowledge or skill. You need only
to become familar with the control devices, and in the Indian they are
very simple. A twist of the wrist applies aud releases the power, and
absolute control is assured at all times.
The leading  feature  of the  1913 models is  the Cradle  Soring Frame.
There are several models ranging in price from $290
Thos. Plimley
739 Yates St. Victoria, B. C.
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
R. Athey
Contractor and Builder
 ��	
Plans and Estimates Supplied
on Short Notice
COUKTENAY
Expres
Dray
Stage meets all Boats
Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
0. H. FECHNER, Prop.
CUMBERLAND
Bom���At Cumberland on Thursday October 2, to the wife of Mr,
Edward Anderson, a daughter.
Mrs. J, VV, Little, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr aud Mrs.
James Abrnins for several weeks,
returned on Saturday last, lo her
home near Victoria.
Penrith Avenue pan boast of having three preachers, one la\v\er,
tmo aldermen, one ex-alderman, one
ex-mayor, one ex-policeman, one
postmaster, four churches and the
largest hall in Cumberland. But
Derwent Avenue can eclipse that,
having two editors residing  on  it.
Ou last Wednesday evening Miss
Ada May McLellau, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. McLellau
of ibis city, was united m marriage
to Mr. John Weber (late of Ohio,
U. S.A.) by the Rev. Thos. Meuzies
at the manse. Sandwick, Miss
Masie Gray acted as bridesmaid,
while Mr, Wm. McLellau, brother
of the bride, did the duties of best
man. The bride was becomingly
attired iu a pretty Wedding gown,
After the wedding ceremony a reception was held at the heme of the
brides parents, at which a largo number of friends were present.
A most enj ..yable evening was
speui, dancing being indulged in till
a late hour. Lunch was served at
midnight. Mr, and Mrs. McLcl-
an proving themselves an excellent
' host" and "hostes." in catering
to the wants of the  "inner  man".
The bride was the recipit-nt of
many handsome and useful wedding
gifts. The happy couple v.-ill make
their home in thedistiict,
The Cumberland News says :
"Courtenay has it all over us in the
matter of hotels. The ; Riverside
might well be named The Empress
of the North, and the Courtenay hotel will be a very attractive hostlery
when the addition and other improvements are complete."
UNION BAY
port augusta hotel iRrst-Class Plumb ng
Comox, B. C. ��
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars j
R.   McCuish, Prop. j Phoney
Hot Water and Steamfittiy.
Jackson & Whittle
Com -.may
OO WITH THE HUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
'   SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
J.   E.   ASTON
Basement Willard lllock
Loggers Hoots and Shoes Made
Repairing Neatly and Prompt!/  Done
Cumberland Hold
Good Accomodation      Cnslne Bxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
Estate of Walter S. McPhee, Deceased
All persons having claims against tlie
above estate are requested to furnish
particulars thereof, and all persons indebted twreto are requested to pay the
amount of such claims lo the under-
slgued at ouce.
C, ti. CAMvlN
Agenfor Executrix,
Union St., Coitrteiltiy.
July 24, 1913.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Andrew Byron Crawford, Deceased.
Notice is hereby >��iveu that all debts
due the above mentioned Estate must be
paid forthwith. Payment of such debts
mu,-,t be made at the office of the Acadia
(Trust Company Limited at Courtenay
11. 0,
ACADIA TRUST CO. Ud.
Executors  aud  trustees  of  above-mentioned estate.
BERTHA CRAWFORD,
Executrix aud trustee of the above-mentioned estate.
May 14, 1913.
Waverley Hotel
Cumberland, 1), C,
Best  of  liquors  and  Cigars,   Uoi and
Cold Water, Baths, etc.
PRANK DALLAS,  Proprietor
"Mac's" Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement Mcl'hec Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
proprietors
C. W.  Shannon
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge
Shannon Block,     Courtenay
Mrs. Sarah Tyson, wife of Mr,
John Tyson of Bevan,(No. 7,) was
found drowned in the stream that
supplies the coal washer at Union
Bay, on Tuesday forenoon. It is
supposed that she threw herself Into
the stream the night before, while
iu a demented condition. She was
seen 011 the railway track between
the Y and Union Bay on Mondiy
afternoon. When found, she was
divested of nearlv all of her clothing
which was found on the bank.
The deceased was 37 years of age
An inques} was held, and a verdict
of suicide while insane was rendered.
PERCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
Dominion and B. C.
Land Surveyors
s and Cokely & Ferris
Stables
Sub-division Work
a Specialty
Courtenay  -  B. C.
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTENAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
i    F.  PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTENAY B. C.
Subscribe for The  Review
PLUMBING
Heating and
Electric Wiring
���ii i    n ������������
Allan & Drinkwater
Next to Royal Bank
COURTENA/
B. C.
Ed. Wilson
Carpenter and Builder
Moving Buildings a Specialty
COURTENAY     -     B. C.
Sibley & Pollock
Contractors & Builders
SUITS!     SUITS!
I have on hand about 13 suits of
mens clothes, sizes 36 to 40 whic h
will be offered at $16, $18 otid $20
per suit, and prices of pants $4.50
$5, $6 and $7 per pair These are
all 35 per cent, less than regular
orices
T. D. Hinds
Board of Trade Building
Union St. Courtenay
BYRNE BROS.
Manufacturers of
High-Grade Havana Cigars.  "Monarch"
and "Oak Brand"
For Sale at All Hotels
619 Johnson St.        Victoria
GET  YOUR
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing  and
Shoe Shining done by the
Courtenay Cleaners
W. L. SCOTT, Prop.
Next door to the Butcher Shop
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests    '
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
Nfj:i; but tha BlUr WttfR? an
UQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
5 Passenger Stoddait-Dayton
Motor Car For
Hire
A. J. M.\RStIV!,I,, Owiuran.1 Dttoet
Phone  36
Union St.     Courtenay
Jos. B<
Tobacconist
Dealer in
Choice Fruits,
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave.. Cumberland
Tl]e Star
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended to.   All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
Palaee Livepy
& Feed Stable
Artistic Bungalows a Specialty
Masonry and Drickwear of every description.      Plans furniseed
Estimates Free
All Work Guaeanteed
COURTENAY
B. C.
RIFLES
SHOTGUNS
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
We also attend to wood hauling
JAS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietor*
Courtenay Phone 35
R.  N.  Fitzgerald
Contractor and Builder
^t^p^*0*0O0*0*0O0*^^ttt
Plans  and   Estimates Furnished,
First   Class   Workmanship and
Materials Guaranteed
Established Resident of Courtenay
COURTENAY, B. C.
Ammunition
We have now on display the finest assortment of Rifles  and
Shotguns in the Comox Valley, : including all of the best and
popular makes, aud at the lowest prices*   Come 111 and inspect
our stock
Single Barrell Shotguns from $7.50 up
Double Barrell Shotguns from $14.00 up
Marlin; Stevens, Savage aud Winchester Rifles.   Cartridges
in all the popular calibers
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY     -    and      -     CUMBERLAND ItZ
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D, D.C.L.. President
ALEXANDER LAI'   . JOHN AIRD
General V i .ager Assistant General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the
Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.       8.4
W. T. WHITE, Manager, Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland Bra 11
Comox branch open on Tuesday, from io to 3
Comox Co-Operative Society
Union Street
Dealers in
All kinds of Meats,
Ham, Bacon, Cooked
Meats, Fruits, Vegetables an Chicken to
order. The prices
are always right
Courtenay
Aitken-Palmer Marriage
On Wednesday evening, at St.
Andrew's (Presbyterian) Manse,
Sandwick, by tlie Rev. T. Menzies.
Mr. David Aitken to Mis; May
Palmer, both of Cumberland. The
bride looked very pretty dressed in
cream satin, she was attended by-
Miss Cecelia Aitken, while Lee
Palmer supported the groom.
Forfeits $30,000 Bail
Chicago, Oct. 13.���Forfeiture of
Jack Johnson's personal bond of
$30,000 was ordered to-day by
Federal Judge Carpenter effective
next April if the negro pugilist,
who i* reported to have taken out
citizenship papers in France, does
not appear for trial under the Mann
white slave act.
���    '���   ��    ���-
Philadelphia surgeons have per
formed an operation ou a man in
order to save his life so that he
may be hanged. Well, the surgeons have got that much extra
practice, anyhow.��� Chicago Re-
cord-Hearld.
COMOX
The Comox juniors held their
first practice game ou Monday night
in the Comox hall. Sides were
picked composing of Reds and Blu'S
Each side showed too much eagerness and feeling but good combi i-
ation (and sh<- o'ing was prominent
Tlie game res-ulted in a win fer the
reds by 28 to 23,
A few of last years men are away
but they hope to have a team to
again hold their own so Courtenay
and Cumberland beware.
Conservative Elected
Chateauguay,  Que.   Oct.  13 ���
The bye-election in the constituency
of Chateauguay to fill the vacancy
in the House of Commons created by
jthe death of J. P. Brown, the Lib-
I eral member, resulted on Saturday
in the election of James Morris the
I Conservative candidate by a majority of 135over Hon. Sydney Fisher
the liberal nominee.
I
Wives don't  always  get  what
they deserve, but  husbsands usu
ally deserve what they get.
NOTICE!
WE HAVE MOVED
and are now doing business in our
new premises, next door to the new
butcher shop, and having a much
larger store we are carrying a larger
stock generally. Our first shipment
of new Dry Goods is here and ready
for your inspection
Remember we always carry a full
line of Choicest Groceries and our
prices are right
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
m
There*!! Come a
l
SOME of these evenings you'll
want to look
"just right," and you know
as well as we do,
that there's nothing like
a well-tailored blue or black
serge suit.
They're right at night.
The proper caper always!
Let us take your measure for
a Hobberlin-made, all
wool serge.
The kind that wont fade,
or get rusty.
To-day is the day to
order.
McPHEE & MORRISON
COURTENAY and COMOX
Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring
T. D. McLEAN
Jeweler. Courtenay
has engaged Chas. Simms
latsly with O. B. Allan,
Vancouver, and 20 years
Old Country experience
to
Mend that Watch
of Yours
Advertise in The Review.
The
BAY STORE
COMOX
We have just opened up our
Fall Goods, including Shoes,
high and short legged Gum
Boots, Rubbers, Hats and
Sweaters, all the latest styles
and regular town prices
Give us a trial for your grocery order.   Phone R88 and
have your  order delivered
right away)
r ���'
5 per cent, discount for cash
1���'
A. B. BALL
Proprietor
NOTICE
The Undersigned hereby give notice that
the Estate of Andrew Byron Crawford
will not be responsible for nor pay any
debts or other obligationsaContracted by
any person without the written order oi
the undersigned.
Bkrtha Gracb Crawford.
Acadia Trust Co., I/td.
Executrix and executors respectively of
the Estate of Andrew Byron Crawford,
Deceased.
June 3rd, 1913 ft
floving Pictures
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An Entire Change of Programme j
Twice weekly [
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor    I
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(Continued)
Muller, seeing there was no alter
Dative, produced the key from a secret pocket deftly concealed beneath
the braid of his coat. Reluctantly
lie opened the dispatch-box. As he
did so, Murgatroyd noticed that he
was holding his left hand in a suspicious manner. There was the
point of a small nnd a very sharp stiletto sticking out from 11, which hai
doubtless lain in his pocket with the
key. The journalist had no Intention
of feeling the point of that death-dealing little Instrument. He sharply
struck with his fist on the back of
Muller's left hand. The stiletto dropped. Murgatroyd put his foot on It.
Muller turned and glared at him, as
If about to renew the personal conflict. Murgatroyd was quite composed .
I will keep that for my own, hi
snld. It will be an appropriate re-
Blinder of you.
Muller muttered a German oath between his teeth. Then ho opened
Uie dlspntch box more rapidly. His
last bolt had been shct���unsuccessfully. The box was full cf papers;
at the bottom of which were 'he Transalplan documents. Muller handed
them over without a word. Murgatroyd looked them through and saw
they were correct. A feeling of Intense satisfaction took the place of
the anxiety and suspense of the past
few weeks. Muller read It and
cursed again���more Kijdly. It recalled Murgatroyd to the res*, o" the transaction not yet completed.
The other papers must be burnt.
Not all of them? Some of them are
private to myself.
How can 1 tell whether you are
burning all or not? Either I must
look them all through and choose or
you must burn the lot.
Muller hesitated for a minute or
two. Then he threw all the contents
of the dispatch box Into the Are, stirring them with a poker while they
blazed. Murgatroyd watching them,
came to the conclusion that they were
almost all the papers Jordan had described. When only a few ashes remained, Murgatroyd said���
Now write tho address you wish
these papers lo bo sent to, Indicating
tho ones he held In his hand.
Muller wrote down the address of a
Made Soft andWhite
a.
iiii
id Ointment
Treatment: On retiring, soak
the hands in hot water and
Cuticura Soap, ftry, anoint
with Cuticura Ointment^ and
wear soft bandages or old loose
gloves during the night.
Cuticura Roan anil Ointment are Bold throughout
the- world. A liberal eumple ol eneb, with 32-page
booklet on tho rare and treatment of the akin and
icalp, sent post-tree. Aildrnt Potter Drug It Chesu
Corp., Dept, 201), Huston, u, 6. A.
W. N. U. 964
club at Dresden.
Put! To wuli till palled for.
Doesn't  mean  to  go'.'  wns  Minga-
troyd's aotto Mike comment, We will
see about that,     He made no   com-
I nu'ir, however, beyond saying���
i   I \. anf ii guarantee In writing that
ynu win leave England before twenty-
four hours linw passed, and not  return before ten years have pas ed.
In not my word enough?
.No.
Muller sal down, wrote the p escribed words, and sinned lhe paper.
Jfurgatroyd took up his bat, stick
and gloves, and put the documents, except the iiiKt mentioned, Into his
breast-pocket, then nod-lng to Muller,
lie left ihe room. At the end of the
passage be found Inspeotor Murphy
pacing up and down.
1 am glad yoli bave come, the Inner
Bald,    My time is UP,    Hope you have
succeeded?
Ves, I have got all l wanted- thanks
to you, Inspector.
Yes, 1 believe I hnd a little to do
with ll. I doubt whether l wns right in
idling tlmi rascal slip througb my lingers.
Murgatroyd doubted it to, but did
nol sny so. Instead lie handed the
paper Muller had signed to Murphy,
You will see to that?
All right. I will Jog his memory If
I find it failing.
And Inspector Murphy wns, ns usual,
us good ns liis word.
CHAPTER XI1I
Thompson-Halllday
A dinner pnrty consisting of men
only is not generally a very lively affair, fT itB a rule It means nn object
In view, although of course there aro
brilliant, exceptions. Parliamentary
dinners before the meeting of the
Houses arc not exceptions to the rule.
Uniformity, not diversity Is the bond
which brings and keeps the company
together, whether to attack or to defend. Mr. Thompson-Halllday, not
being as yet of Cabinet or ex-Cabinet
rank, or a prominent official, was receiving his friends In Eaton Gardens.
Covers had been laid for twenty, and
It was not until cigars and coffee had
circulated that tongues began to wag
freely, and the restraints of a function recognized In England as of solemn moment began to wear off.
Mr. Thompson-Halllday was a
short, stout mnn, well on the shady
side of forty, to whom sudden opulence had given a snobbish air of self-
satisfaction, which he would have
lacked under more trying conditions.
Good living had also begun to twinkle
out of his Btnall, quick, glancing eyes,
and to indicate itself In his face generally. All his guests were brother
members of the Commons' House of
Parliament, In sympathy generally
with his views, although not all sitting on the same side of the House.
A Government generally has to face
beside the legitimate Opposition,
whose main duty Is to oppose, the candid criticism, and often the barely-
concealed hostility of sections of Its
own suppoi.erB, whose fads have been
neglected, or whose private ambitions
have been thwarted. Mr. Thompsci-
Halllday had a certain skill In amalgamating apparently discordant elements, and using the result to serve
his own ends. He gave excellent
dinners in London; he kept open house
in the country, and his great wealth
permitted a somewhat lavish expenditure In assisting members in contesting constituencies, who would have
gone un.'.er but for bis opportune
help. Pocket boroughs disappeared
with the Reform Bill, but the machinery for influencing votes and opinions
in the House of Commons is In full
working order still. Mr. Thompson-
Halllday had carried the art of Influence to a high pitch of excellence.
He knew to a nicety where the shoe
pinched, and hastened to relieve it;
many members owed their seats to
his timely assistance. He gave them
absolute freedom, but with the understanding that when he required their
assistance it should be forthcoming.
These were not the men he had been
dining. They were his equals in money and position���In the latter at any
rate���but for all that were not Insensible to the argument of first-rate
cookery, and a cellar of wine inherited
by their host, and selected with consummate skill..
Well, Halliday, what ls to be the
outcome of this Transalplan affair?
Are you to lead .the van of opposition? It will take all the tact yon
have go*, to make your side appear
patriotic.
Tho speaker wns Mr. Henry Mason,
a thin man who sat on the Govern
inent side, but frequently voted with
the Opposition.
Y'our side! Our aide, you mean Mason, put in Halliday quickly. I know
you agree with mo that the Government has put Its foot In it this time.
In fact it hasn't a leg to st-iid on, to
complete the metaphor, suggested Mor-
rlarty, an Irishman who sat for an
English constituency.
Quite so. Firing won't do this
time; we must have something more
drastic.
All the same, the country will look
at the whole affair suspiciously. The
average Briton thinks his country always and Inevitably In the right.
Especially when a few Blices of land
are In dispute.
I. have a very strong case, remarked
Thompson-Halladay with assurance,
and the Government a very weak one.
I am not afraid of the country
Land-grabbing more often than not
means burnt fingers, snd to my thinking the nation is sick of these trumpery disputes. I know my constituents are at the back of me In the matter. This Transalplan claim Ib sheer
Injustice. If tbey could pro/e we
ever had an acre of land within tbo
GILLETT'S LYE
EATS DIRT
1 "HIll'tu CKa.ag.iu4i waituM *""
sphere In dispute, It. would be different; but they can't, simply because
wo never had space to bury a full-
grown Infant.
What makes you so sure of Hint.
Halliday? The speaker hud nol Joined In the conversation before. Hanley Ib not tho mnn I should have
thought to put Ills foot down unless
he knew tho ground oh which he
stood.
Hanley! You nil lalli Hanley! i
tell you it's all manner wllh lilin, that
confounded air of superior knowledge
and concentrated wisdom. Ho is
cautious enough, I grant ynu, but not
farseclng; and caution which is a
cheap sort of political wisdom, fulls
where largo issues are at stake. Besides, this matter wanted a retained
lawyer, and every one knows Hanley
Is not that, anyway.
Halliday talks ns If he were Lord
Chancellor, laughed Morrlarty. Who
coached you In your law?
A belter man than coached Hanley,
anyway.
What do you propose? inquired Mason.
These are the terms of lhe Amendment, and Halliday handed a paper
across the table. Tho Opposition
leaders have approved the wording
and the party will support It. to a
man. We are sure of some support
���unless Hanley makes out a bettor
case than I credit him with���a good
deal of support ou the Government
side-
(To be Continued)
MORE WOMEN THAN MEN
Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures  Garget  In
Cows
The lady litigant had paid out good
money to clerks and bailiffs till she
was nervous about It.
Who Is that? she whispered to her
lawyer as a new functionary put in an
appearance.
That? that's the crier, the lawyer
replied.
Goodness! ^an't I do my own crying and save her?
The cheapness of Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator puts It within
reach of all, and it can bo got at any
druggist's.
The mayor of a French tovn had.
In accordance with the regulations,
to make out a passport for a ricl'i and
highly respectable lady of his acquaintance, who, In spite ot a slight disfigurement, was very vain i:i her personal appearance. Mis native politeness
prompted him to gloss over the defect, and after a moment's reflection
he wrote among the items of personal
description: Eyes dark, beautiful, tender, expressive, but one of them missing.
AN OLD NURCE
Persuaded Lioctor to Drink Postuir
They Throw Off Disease More Easily,
That's the Reason
The fact '.hat in almost all civilized
countries women outnumber men hns
lieen ascribed to the higher birth rata
of girl babies yet Statistics show that
10f> boys are born to every 100
girls.     According to figures compiled
by a European statistician the girl bus
a better chnnce ilinii tlie boy ot attaining maturity.
ile (lnils that from the third to the
fifteenth year Ihe mortality for both
Boxes is the same; from Ilie tlfleeiil.li
to the nineteenth year the critical nge
for girls the girl's chances are slightly better ihan Ilie hoy's; from the
thirtieth year to the thirty-fifth the
mortality among women is smaller
than among men. mul it continues
smaller until the seventieth year.
for a dreude nnd u half, ihe RexeB
once more imvo the siinie chance of
survival, but above 8ii years of nge I
woman ngnin stands a much better
chance than man,
To acoount foi tills difference tliaj
statistician points oul tha! woman ims
greater reslllenc in shaking off <Hm- '
eases than mnn. ii Is true thai the;
physical strength of mnn Is greater
than woman's bul a woman's power of;
endurance In more robust,
One reason for ihls is tbat woman
possesses n finer perception of her
power of endurance than a man, and
when her perception warns her of fn-
llguc she slops.      A    mall   does   nol
slop until his power is exhausted, ills
nervous system is nol us fin1 ly organized as n Woman's, und ns Mosso, lho
Italian physlologls,!, has pointed out,
men and women are entirely dependent upon their nerves for caution not
to over-exert. While It Is true Hint
women more easily contract many diseases, particularly nervous and mental diseases, thnn men, they overcome
Ihem with greater ease.
There are no dead flies lying
about when
WILSON'S
FLY PADS
are used as directed. A\
Druggists, Grocers and Gener
al Dealers sell them.
An old faithful nurse and an experienced doctor, are a pretty strong combination in favor of PoBtum, instead
of tea and coffee.
The doctor Bald:
"I began to drink Postum five years
ago on tlie advlco of an old nurse.
"During an unusually busy winter,
between tea, coffee and overwork, I
became a victim of Insomnia. In a
month after beginning Postum, in
place of tea -nd coffee, I could eat
anything and Bleep as soundly as a
baby.
"In three months I bad galnc.; twenty pounds In weight. 1 nov; use Postum altogether Instead of tea and coffee; even at bedtime with a soda
cracker or some other tasty biscuit.
"Having a little tendency to Diabetes, I used a small quantity of saccharine instead of sugar, to sweeten with.
I may add that today tea or coffee are
never present in our house and very
many patients, on my advice, have
adopted Postum as their regular beverage.
"Ih conclusion I can assure anyone
that, as a refreshing, nourishing and
nerve-strengthening beverage, there is
nothing equal to Postum."
Name given by Canadian 1 Jstum Co.
Windsor, Ont.      Write   for   booklet,
"The road to Wellville."
Postum comes in two forms.
Regular (must be boiled).
Instant Postum doesn't require boiling but is prepared Instantly iy stirring a level teaspoonful in an ordinary
cup of hot water, which makes It rlgit
for most persons.
A big cup requires more and some
people who like strort things put In
a large heaping spoonful and temper
it with a large supply of cream.
i    Experiment   until   you   know   the
I amount that pleases your palate and
have It 3erved that way In the future.
'There's a Reason" for Pos'um.
Royal Punishment
The constraints and formalities
which surround royally are particularly trying to youth, and while the
Queen of Holland could never refer to
her childhood as being a very dull
one, as Queen Victoria in mature
years describtd her own at Kensington Palace, yet when her Dutch Majesty was a little girl she greatly preferred playing with ber dolls to intending to the official duties that had
already begun for her. If you don't
behave, I'll make you a que?ii! Bhe is
said to have admonished un erring
doll.
Again, one day she was overheard
telling nc of the dolls, wbo evidently refused to take a necessary nap: ���
If you don't go to sleep, you shall
go out tomorrow in a carriage, nnd
all the time you shall bow right
and left to people who keep pulling
off their hats! So hurry up nnd off to
sleep!
Mlnard's Llnl lent Cures Colds, Etc.
Coal Loading by Vrcuum Pipes
The vacuum-cleaner principle is
having new applications every day;
but one of the strongest is for the unloading of coal cars. A big Austrian
power plant is being equipped to handle a'.l its coal by vacuum pipes. Coal
lhat Is graded according to Austrian
standards as dust coal and nut coal Is
delivered in carload lots to the plant
and a great pipe Is dropped into the
car, The coal Is sucked up through
this pipe and carried to the storage
piles two hundred yards away. Coal
for the boiler tires is curried from the
storage pile by other vacuum pipes
direct to the fire and there fed In by
mechanical stokers.
Every Woman,
Should Use
vescent*.
M
That spler,:'id, pleasantly'
bubbling to,-.!c Which stimulates orgaiin ana rlt'.s the
blood of Impurities. Rony
checks and vigorous health;
reward the dally use oi
Abbey's Effervescent Salt.:
Take A Bottle Home
To-day.
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A Ulllpu'tlan electric dynamo, Perfect
In every detail, but weighing only' i
quarter of an ounce, was shown al
work before lhe Paris Academy of
Science.      Its constructor is a French
mechanician, named Trevet, This dynamo Is three-fifths of tin Inch long,
half an Inch wide, am three-fifths or
nn Inch high. The coil is I. quarter of
an inch in diameter, and Is wired wltb
five and a half feet of sill; insulated
copper wire one-five hundredth'of an
inch in thickness. A tension-is In
dicated of 3.5 volts by a current ot:
0.2 ampere, but as to Us power there
is no instrument sensitive enough to
record it. While at work the toj
machine made a sound like the hum
mlng of a bee.
Xo man or woman should hobble
painfully about because of corns' whet,
so certain a relief is at hand as lloi
loway's Corn Cure.
Writing for Posterity
A prominent. French critic, the storj
runs, once tald to George Bernard
Shaw:
You are putting on a new comedy
Monday night. Let e attend one of
the dress' rehearsals, won't you?
Impossible, said. Mr. Shaw. Mj
dress rehearsals are always private.
I have to refuse even the most distlng
ulshed critics access to them.
But, Bakl the other, I want to write
a critical criticism. If I have tc
write and telegraph it' in a few minutes on Monday night it will be verj
hurriedly done, and I fear It will glv��
a wrong Impression of your corned)
to Paris the next day.
Have no anxiety on that score. Mr.
Shaw replied. My comedies are not
written for the next day.
PRESIDENT
SUSPENDER
.NONE-SO-EASY
As Far as Permitted
Jones���If Mr. Oldboy   makes   anj.
such assertion I will denounce him ;.r
a liar.
President���Mr. Jones, I call you if;
order.     Our by-taws do not allow yot
to go that far.
Jones���Then I cull Mr. Oldboy a liar
as far as It. Ib permitted by the bvlawt
of tbls association.
A new printing, gumming and per
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graving and printing at Washingtor
turns out a mile < .' finished poBtagt
stamps every five minutes.
j=Woman's Danger Signals^
Hot flashes���dizziness, fainting spells, headache, bearing-down
feeling and ills of a kindred nature���are nature's danger signals.
The female disturbance or irregularity back of these calls for help,
should have immediate care and attention. Otherwise tbe delicate*
female constitution soon breaks down.
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Sff THE -REVIEW. COURTENAY, B.C.
161
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That Awful Child
Bobby���Slslownnist he able to soo
in the dark.
Mother���llow so?
Bobby���Because lisl night wben she
n-as In silling with Mr. Slaylale in the
parlor I heard her say: Why, Tom,
you haven't shaved,
Revive the Jaded Condition.���When
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���Vise Girl
He wanted her at once to wed.
Hut that she .vould not do.
We never can be oue, sbe sa'd,
'Till you've enough for two.
The proud parent: You cannot have
my daughter; the social gulf between
you is too wide. Remember, you are
i mere germ of a common cold; she's
,i bacillus of neurasthenia!
DOCTORS DID
NOT HELP HER
But Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored
Mrs. Bradley's Health���
Her Own Statement.
Winnipeg, Canada. ��� "Eleven years
��go 1 went to the Victoria Hospital,
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not be removed as it would cause instant
death. They found that my organs were
affected, and said I could not live more
than six months in the condition I was in.
"After I came home I saw your advertisement in the paper, and commenced
taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. 1 took it constantly for two
years, and still take it at times, and
both my husband and myself claim that
it was the means of saving my life. I
highly recommend It to suffering
women."���Mrs. Omlla Bradley, 284
Johnson Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Can.
Why wil I women take chances or drag
outasickly.half-hearted existence, missing three-fourths of the joy of living,
when they can find health in Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ?
For thirty years it
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ulceration, tumors, irregularities, etc.
If you want special advice
write to Iijrdta 13. Pinkham Med-
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Muss. Vour letter will be opened,
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i-   _
"1. N. U. 964
Kings as Ornaments
When European democracy continues its process of relegating to the
position of spectacular ornaments Its
crowned heads, Interest In the. personalities of these picturesque Individuals continues to be one of the features of tho social order today, particularly on the continent.
The modem monarch has come,
more and more, to stund merely as the
symbol of the continuity of national
life, the emblem ot tlie people's distinctive nationality and sovereignty.
Kven if, in a few scattered Instances,
he pretends to regard himself as ruler by divine ught, his people ro longer look upon him as such.
iivca V. e great, Hohenzollern, William II, l.as recently publicly Insisted
I tat. his sole object as monarch has
been, and will continue to be, not thi
glorification of his dynasty, but the
welfare of the German people.
As ea.h passes off the human stage,
Ills successor, born and. reared In a
more democratic atmosphere than himself, becomes more than ever the : -
;.:'esentatio.i of his people. The rising generation of young royalties, If a
republic In form does not prevent their
actually reigning, will sit in the chairs
of constitutional power democratic at
heart.���American Review of Reviews.
Extre.ne Old Age Records
The recent death of a Chinaman in
New York at the age, as he claimed, of
149 years, raises the question whether
the records of extreme old age are authentic. The cases In which men or
women have reached the cencury mark
are so numerous that there seems lo
reason for skepticism concerning
them; but the records of Thomas
Cam, aged 207; William Edwards, 168,
and Henry Jenkins, 169, are open to
the doubt that falls ou all mediaeval
statistics. The tables of life insurance companies within the next ceil
tury will probably furnish reliable da
ta for future Investigators.
Emily���Isn't it funny how timid Eileen ls?
Maude���Dear, yes; she doesn't wat.t
to go faster than eighty-five miles au
hour when she rides on the back of
Charlie's  motorcycle.
Art and Long Hair
The bard contemporary fact Is that
the gloriously named authors are becoming sadly rare, even rarer than
long haired actors.
The long haired musican Is still with
us, though one of the most eminent
masters of the pianoforte has yielded
something to the modern spirit by
submitting briefly to the sheers.
Individual age has here a potent Influence���age, or the getting through
with thing. What a wonderful picturesque person Dickens was at 25!
And how matter-of-fact at 40! Browning suffered a similarly sobering and
averaging e.^ect.
The same thing It Is true of many-
other figures in that, period, and it Is
not easy to guess whether the changing fashion set in during their middle
years, or whether advancing ag��
would have effected the same change
in any t ,se.
On the day of his wedding a man
1 agined that his wife drew a prize;
but as a matter of fact, ie is seldom
anything more than a consolation
prize.
Bacon���I see electricity generated in
Sweden is delivered in Copeuhagen.
Egbert���This parcel post system Is
really wonderful.
Waiter, bring me an lufln.tesimal
portion of cheese.
Ain't gol any of that kind in the
house, sir.
May    ail to Other Planets
Tlie London Dally Citizen announces
the discovery of n gas one-sixteenth
tha weight of hydrogen,
Its existence ou earth has not jel
been determined, bill  111,' leading BOl-
entisis, luoludlng air William Ramsay
are confident they can find or produce
li.      Ua presence In Hie sin wits de-
iinitciy established   by   a   discovery
mads du.'lng the htsi eollpse,
Tho Daily Citizen quotes an anonymous scientist who describes the rhs
as being named ooronlum, if it ran
be produced on this pitrlh It in.. revolutionize the science of aerostatics,
When the earth becomes too cold for
human habitation the people could
move In airships to any planet that,
might strlko Ihelr fancy. This would
be unnecessary for a million years or
more.
r submit ti a hoadtehe is to w��te enct^y, tunc and oomforl
To utupti mouce simply take
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
Your Druggist will confirm our statement that they do not contain
anything lhat nan harm heart or neivous system.    2.r;:. a box,
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Knloker���How ,lo you like (he kitchenette apartmei.t?
Hooker���I think ll has u roomette
for improvement,
A prominent physician in an Arkansas (own has nu extensive practice
mining (he laboring classes, where
economy Is tha best policy. One day
tho llllle daughter of one of the mon
became very sick and the doctor wits
hurriedly called, Ile arrlv ii and administered a soothing treatment to tho
patient who wiih soon Bleeping soundly and upon leaving, proscribed some
medicine which was to be obtained at
tlie drug store. Tho next day Hie
visit had to be repeated, und somo
more modiclns bought, This wus
kept up until the little girl was entirely well, when the futlier went to see
the doctor to settle his bill.
As his purse was rather slim, he approached the doctor with many misgivings.
Here Is your bill, sir, began the
doctor, handing hlni the paper. This
for the drugs from the store and this
for my visits.
The poor man looked and was horrified at the amount requested, realizing that he could not pay It all.
Then after thinking a moment he took
out bis purse and laid some pieces of
change In the physician's hand saying: Here's Iho money for the drugs,
doctor, and���we will return your calls.
What He's Waiting For
Why don't you ask her to marry
you? You've been calling on her for
two years now.
I know, but I am waiting.
You've heard her sing hundreds of
times, and you like her voice.
That's true.
You've heard her play the piano.
You know she's an accomplished musician.
You've eaten meals she has cooked.
You have ;>een her handiwork about
the house. She'd make a splendid
housewife.
I know all that, but���
She's a delightful hostess. You've
seen her vhen she was entertaining
friends.
I admit that.
Then why wait, any' linger?
I'm waiting to see her In a quarrel
with her mother. I want to see how
she acts when she loses her temper.
This is to certify that I have used
MINARD'S Liniment in my family for
years, and consider It the best liniment
on the market. I have found it excellent for horse flesh.
(Signed)
W. S. PINEO.
"Woodland!.,' Mlddleton, N.S.
Ontario Veterinary College
Temperance Street, Toronto
Affiliated with the University of Toronto and under the control
of the Department of Agriculture of Ontario.
COLLEGE RE-OPENS OCTOBER 1st, 1913
N, B.���Calendar on application
E. A. A, GRANGE,  V. S,, M. Sc,  Principal
There Is a young mau 'in New York
who Is undoubtedly still wondering
whether he has an unusually large
foot or whether a certain German lad
of generous dimensions fron Jersey Is
troubled with near-sightedness.
The woman In question boarded a
New York bound ferry boat with a big
heavy valise. Apparently very much
fatigued from her efforts, she threw
herself into a seat, landing her bulky
grip squarely upon the toes of a young
man next to her. He responded with
a look of suppressed rage and pain,
and then shoved the valise aside, unnoticed by the woman.
A few minutes later, when the ferry
reached its slip, the young man was
suddenly amazed to behold the stout
lady fumbling about with her hand on
his foot. Thoroughly aroused at this
liberty, he was nbout to demand an explanation, when tho woman, with a
look of great embarrassment, exclaimed: Ach! Excoose me, It looke'. chust
like mine bag.
I  a ' .   ' ���   ua
Looking Ahead
Bought a second-hand fire escape
cheap todi.y.
What did you want with it?
Thought maybs I might have money
enough som^ day to build a house to
fit it.
The mobile face Is a constantly
changing one.
And the automobile face is a fixed
stare.
Try Murine Eye Remedy
If you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes
or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart
���Soothes Eye Pain. DruggisW Sell
Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.
Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes,
25c, 50c.    Eye Books Free by Mail.
An In TMle 0**t far M l>��. lhat NMat Can
Hurls* Er* Ktmedr Co.,  Cklcaie
Work   of the   Dominion   Department
of Agriculture
The reporl of the Mlnist ��� of Agriculture for lhe year ending March 111,
1918 has been printed, It contains
In concise and readable form u rovlow
of the work carried on by the Department of Agrlcultiiro through Its several briinu \s und divisions during the
year, It concludes also the Orders In
Council that were passed affecting agriculture.
The report ls presented under five
general heads as follows: 1, General
remarks; 2, Arts and Agriculture; 3,
Patents of Invention; 4, Copyrights,
Trade Marks, Industrial Designs and
Timber Marks; 5, 1 ubllc Health.
There is also include . an appendix
having reference to Public Health, Exhibition and the Seventh International
Congress held at Home against Tuber,
culosls,
Referring tc ihe trade In dairy products It Is pointed out that for the Art
time in sixty years no butter was exported to the United Kingdom, but
on the other hand more than six and
one-half million pounds were Imported
Into Canada during the year.
In the Seed Branch among other
work almost nineteen thousand samples of farm seeds were tested for
farmers and seed merchants.
The Live Stock Commissioner by
means of public Bales distributed upwards of 1,300 breeding sheep, about
one-third of which were pure-bred
rams. In the record of performance
about ono thousand cows have been
entered for test. These represent
stock of about 150 farms.
Through the Experimental Farms
system which includes the Central
Farm and fifteen branch farms and
stations an enormous amount of work
has been done. The report not only
gives one a general knowledge of its
extent but brings to light many ac
complishmenta for agriculture. In
Saskatchewan, It ls pointed out that
the spring wheat 'Marquis' yielded at
the rate of 31 bushels per acre. The
still newer Prelude wheat which rip
ens muc',\ earlier than other good sorts
was sent out for test during the year.
A much larger quantity is promised for
distribution during the coming winter.
Many other useful points are recorded
in the minister's report, copies of
which are available to those who apply for It to the Publication Branch
of the Department of Agriculture at
Ottawa.
It is usually safe to say that when
a child is pale, sickly, peevish and
restlesB, the cause is worms. These
parasites range the stomach and intestines causing serious disorders of
the digestion and preventing the infant from deriving sustenance from
food. Miller's Worm Powders, by
destroying the worms, corrects these
faults of the digestion and serves to
restore the organs to healthy action.
A young woman from the east was
conversing with a Kentuckian about
tobacco and tobacco raising.
She was very pretty and a good
conversationalist and the young man
from Kentucky was vastly Interested
in her until she gave him a sudden
shock by announcing:
I should love to see a tobacco field,
especially when It Is just plugging
out.
Magistrate���You broke a mantelpiece ornament on your wife's head.
What have you got to say for yourself?
Prisoner���It was a pure accident.
Magistrate���An accident? What?
Didn't you intend to hit your wife?
Prisoner���Yes, but I didn't mean
to break the ornament,
A New York Suburban Scene
She was running aoroiH lots u
catch the 1.26 (rain for New York. It
was precisely 1.24 1-2 ond the truic
already was panting Into tlio station.
At. her heels was a youngster rnaklni
as good time as sho could, and wm
crying. By the time she reached the
station steps she was a good one nun
drod yurds ahead of the little boy, bui
he kept at It, trying louder and louder.
The conductor wns holding the train
for her.
Madam, said the conductor, as ah<
climbed up the c:ir sups, who is thai
little boy?
My youngect, she said perfeetlj
breathless.
I didn't have time to kiss him good
by.
Well, you get right off this train ami
kiss him. We can wait better this
he can.
Tlie conductor stood with his baas'
on the signal-cord while the operation
was performed, and 'ien the train
went off, loavlng the youngster happy and smiling.
CURED DISEASES
OF THE KIDNEYS
And Is Depended On to Right Stomjcr
and Liver Disorder]
Once Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver Pilh
are Introduced into the family and
their efficiency becomes known thej
are usually found too valuable ta dc
without. For everyday ills arisinu
from liver and bowel disorders th""!
bring relief pomptly. and when complicated diseases of the kidneys an I
liver develop they often prove a successful cure after doctors have failed. As an Illustration, you may read
the following, which was received i
few days ago:
Mrs. John Wright, 53 McGee stre"t,
Toronto, Out., states: "We have used
Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver Pills for ten
years, and would not be without them.
My husband suffered from kidney trouble, and after taking treatment, from
several doctors without receiving any
benefit, tried Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver Pills, which worked a completa
cure. Since that time we have used
tbem for all stomach and liver disorders."
One pill a dose, 25 cents i box. all
dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co,
Limited, Toronto.
Among the bewildered, and in some
cases indignant, spectators gathered
at the recent Futurist exhibition of
painting and sculpture in Chicago was
a young man from Springfield, in
charge of a cousin who Is 'strong for"
the new movement In art.
The youth remained silent durim?
the view and the subsequent explanations ot the new Idea given him by
his cousin.
Well, said the latter finally, you
don't seem particularly enthusiastic
about them.     What do you think?
Think! growled the youth from
Springfield. Why, I have got two
aunts at Lome that eau knit better
pictures than those.
A Viennese composer has written an
operetta Intended for use in the films
only. The characters In It will not
be heard. They will be seen, while
an orchestra plays the music to Illustrate their story.
Money Talks
What do I say at the wedding?
Not a word.     All you utter Is the
cheque.
There is Comfort in
knowing: that you can obtain one tried and proved remedy
thoroughly well adapted to your needs. Every woman
who is troubled with headache, backache, languor,
extreme nervousness and depression of spirits ought to try
fteechantt *9M
(Tli* Larieit S.\* *t Anr M.dlcin. in tha World)
and learn what a difference they will make. By purifying
the system they insure better digestion, sounder sleep, quieter
nerves, and bestow the charm of sparkling eyes, a spotless rosy
complexion and vivacious spirits. Thousands upon thousands of
women have learned, happily,that Beecham's Pills are reliable and
The Unfailing Home Remedy
Prepared oaly by Thomaa Beech im, St. HetMH. Laneaahire, Eoftani
Sold everywhere in Cimdi and IJ. S. America.    In boxei. 25 eenti. ig Boat Load
JUST ARRIVED
We have just received a big shipment of builders supplies and
are now stocked up with everything for the builder. Included
in this shipment is some of the finest panelling we have ever handled
���la^AaKa^AAAAM^'        twWMWWW
We carry all sizes of Glass in stock and can cut to any shape you may require
Two  specials   for  the   farmer:- RUBBEROID  ROOFING and  PAGE  FENCING
The name signifies quality
E BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O. Box 230
"Not better than the best, but better than the rest"
xszz
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I
READ THIS
You can buy for $500. on the easiest of terms, not
a 30 foot lot but 5 ACRES of good land, logged off
and easily cleared; not away off in the woods but
only 4 miles from Courtenay, and on one of the
main roads.   Don't wait, they are selling fast
5 Acres for $500
Terms:  $50 cash, balance $25 per
month or to suit purchaser
Don't take our word that this is the best buy on the
market, but come and see for yourself.   Costs you
nothing to investigate and is a pleasure to us to
show you
HARDY & BISCOE
The Real l'state Agents
Phone 10 Courtenay
The Bay Store, Comox
Having taken over tlie business lately
carried on by Mcl'hee & Morrison, A. B,
Ball, late manager, hopes by strict and
personal attention to business to still
maintain vour patronage and support.
Thanking you for past favors.
A. B. BAU..
For dining room embroideries,
rich colors used on grey linen, or
shades of blue on white, will be
found exceedingly satisfactory.
The best appetizer is a clear, hot
soup, consomme or meat broth. Alternatives are clam broth or grape
fruit.
Cut white potatoes into small
squares, and stick one on the end of
each stem, if you want cut flowers
or ferns to last a longtime. Of
course, this is supposing that the
decorations must last a long while.
Notice
Missrs. E. T. Cliffe aud W. B.
Higgins have purchased the Comox Livery Stables from Mr.
John McKenzie, and will continue
to carry on the business as formerly. Your patronage is solicited.
E. T. Cliffe
W. B, Higgins
Household Hints
Have the walls of your house a
pleasant, restful tone, and you enn
do without pictures.
In storing fruits and vegetables
for winter, only sound and mature
specimens should be used.
Whole wheat bread sandwiches
with filling of sliced bananas and
nut meats, is a delicious luncheon.
Take an hour off and spend it
with an oil can in your hand, touching up the stiff castors, hinges, etc.
To keep a door mat in position,
hook it down, the hooks being on
the floor and the brass rings on the
mat.
Tart salads, deviled eggs, sardines and chopped raw cabbage all
help to make pickles unnecessary
in a child's ditt.
To keep fhe carpet sweeper pulleys from slipping after thev have
worn smooth, wrap tbem with adhesive tape.
To protect small articles spread
to bleach on the grass, cover them
with cheesecloth, fastened down
with wooden pegs.
A good thin broth may be made
of the water in which cabbage is
boiled, if milk, butter and thickening are added to it.
Grey green is a good color for a
nursery wall. If there is a frieze,
it should be the height of a child's
eye from the flloor.
Game Laws
On Vancouver Island and vicinity game mav be shot as following
(all dates inclusive):
Grouse of all kinds���the islands
and Electoral Distrcts,Vancouver
Island and the islands adjacent,
Sept. sth to Dec.31.
Cock Pheasants and Quail���
Esquiniault, Saanich,Cowichan and
Islands Rlectotal Districts Oct. i to
Dec. 31.
Cock Pheasants and Quail���Newcastle and Comox Electoral Districts
I Oct. 1 to Oct. 31
j    Duck and Snipe���Island Electoral District, Vancouver Island,  and
Islands adjacent, Sept, 14 to Fe, 38
I9H.
Columbian or Coast Deer, only
over one year.Sept.15 to Dec.   is.
PLUMBING
. -.ig^.:
FOR
Power
& Hand
Pumping
Installation
S.A   COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE
German girls, they say, are
forming a society whose members
are pledged to maary homely men.
But that is what 19 out of 20 of
them would do anyway.���Buffalo
Courier.
With civil war threatened in Ireland and a railroad strike on her
hands, England's equauimity over
Mrs. Pankhurst's voyage to this
country is not difficult to explain���
Pittsburg Dispatch.
58 Acres For Sale
Situate in the famous "Happy Valley"
Comox District, about 3 acres cleared
and cultivated, 6 acres slashed ready to
burn, good land and easy to clear. New
small house and outbuildings. Good
supply of water. Close to church, school,
railroad, wharf and market. Price for
one month only $5250.00, or will subdivide to suit at a slightly advanced price.
This is 22 per cent, below market value.
Terms, 25 per cent., balance easy payments at 7 per cent. Address, Owner,
Box 171, Courtenay, B. C.
NOTICE
During my absence from Canada
my wife, Edith Roe, holds my
power of attorney.
Signed, George H. Roe
Watch, Clock
and Jewelery Repairs
All Work Guarauteed
Choice selection of
Watches, Jewelery
Clocks  and  Silver
Plate at
HORNBY'S
Watchmaker and Jeweler
COURTENAY, B. C
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Notice is hereby given that on the
First day of December, next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for renewal of the
hotel license to sell liquor by retail in
the hotel known as the Port Augusta
Hotel, situate at Comox, in the Province  of British Columbia.
Roderick McCuish.
Dated this 29th day of  September, 1913.
LIQUOR LICENSE ACT
Notice is hereby given tbat on the
First day of December, next, application
will be made to the Superintendent of
Provincial Police for renewal of the
hotel license to sell liquor by retail in the
hotel known as the Klk Hotel, situate at
Comox, the in Province of British Columbia.
CKCII, Ar.RXANDKR MARTIN.
Dated this 29th day of September, 1913.
CHURCH NOTES
St. Peters Church Comox Oct.
12th.   Evensong at 3.30 p.m.
St. Andrew's Church, Sancwick.
Mattins at 1 1 a. m. Evensong 7
p.m.
Heath Factor
Aitken's Bread raised the standard procurable 50 per cent,
and dietetically is
the best investment
in  Comox   District
Scotch Shortbread a specialty
Courtenay Bakery
Opposite new Presbyterian Church

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