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Ottti not Im ilnin' rtuy t etter, nml
not quite ho we)) anywhere ��l��o
hereabouts, < >ur type and machinery i�� complete ann The Review
prices we right
->hn Bull Vo*
Classified Ads. j
Make  your  little  Wants  known 5
through ii ClassiBed Advertisement I
in Tlit. Review   -   -   ���   Phone 59 *
VOL. 4
NO. 23
is your 12-iiicli
To Let at I
"Where  the  Bodies    come
lii.,1 the girl l'ii\lt.-iL
Sin* wus iloul **%'***'
'I her fiientls
11  tviiilh  tils
lis >   is  "
40   Acres of   Land  near   Sandwick,   12   acres   cleared,   house,
barn, fruit trees, etc.
Particulars from
Real Estate Agents COURTENAY
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in  Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
Phone 43 Courtenay
provides the cleanest, the most sanitary and the most hygenic
method of cooking
The Electric range closely parallels the wood or gas
range hut excelis either.in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under idgal conditions because
Each cooking unit can be switched to high, medium or simmering heat and kept there as
long as needed
It is the acme of cleanliness
Practically no heat -escapes into the room
The air is not vitiated
There is no contamination of food
You save food values through the retention of the
essential salts and meat juices, on a six pound
roast the saving is nearly a pound
All the latest standards of range construction are
used, including high oven, thermometer or
glass door, porcelain splasher*
The fire risk is lessened because there are no open
We will gladly give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat & Power
Co., Limited
Phones: Office 35, Res. R98       Office: Mill Street
������������ ! Inch, and
! itzer��� u"*        ___
I  itiu angry command-  IV"!'' ....    .
.diss Leila Carroll *s  holidaying
at Cape Lazo.
Mrs. K. Grieve of Ntiiiainto is
visiting her brothers Harry and
Elmer of this ph.ee.
Miss Maggie Reynolds and Miss
Mary Walker of Nanaimo spent the
week end with Mrs. Emde.
Steve Campbell li?ft  for Vancou-
vei on Monday   morning with the
intention of enlisting.
I'or Perennial Flowers apply to
Mrs. H, E, Drew, Union Bay.
To Rent- 2   good  'garden   lots,
j Apply Mrs. Joyce, Union Bay   Rd.
Welding-cast iron, aliimiiitin,
brass, steel, etc,    Ford Garage.
Neiv Incubator for sale cheap,
125 capacity. Apply W. Douglas,
45 horse power Overland car for
hire, day or night.    Ford   Garage,
I phone 46R.
Lost���- a 3A Folding Kodak
Will finder please telephone 51 or
write box 186, Courtenay.
For Sale���Indian Motorcycle, 7
h.p., in first class condition. Apply
to G. H. Thornbery, Courtenay.
For sale���Duck eggs for hatching, $1 per setting of 10. Phoiu
Lioo, Courtenay.
Look prosperous. Fix up yout
shop front with an up to-date sign
See Colin Campbell about it.
Forsale���1 fresh cow, with calf
at foot, very quiet and heavy railkei
Apply Geo, Davis, Union Bay.
Wanted -Cream Separator, must
be ii, good condition and cheap.
Apply W. J. Miller, Little   River.
F*or sale at sacrifice price���1000
gallon tank. Fairbanks engine and
pump, almost new. Apply Box B,
Review office.
Lost���between Courtenay and
Comox, five golf sticks. Finder
please notify Major C. B. Warsnip
10-iid Battalion.
Foiiud--on the Goose Spit, Comox, a sixteen foot row boat.
Owner wanted. Apply Post office,
Comox, B, C.
Household effects and Ford car
forsale privately at Mrs, J. ]',,
Montgomery's, Comox. Apply in
the mornings.
Tenders for the fencing of about
80 chaos and   slashing   about two
acres.    Apply D, Campbell. Union !
Bay Road,    Ccurtenay
For sale���1 pure   bred Ayrshire'
bull calf 6   mouths   old.    Bred for !
show and   milk   production;   pedi- '
gree and  transfer   supplied;   price
#75,    Apply G. Game, Comox.
.^For Rent��� 20 acres of land in
Happy Valley, 4 acres cleared, !
house, barn, chicken house, fruit
trees, good sod, plenty of water.
R. Y. McNaughtau, Courtenay P.
For Sale- One 6 h, p. Fairkanks
Morse Gas Engine, one 3 k. w.
Dynamo switch board, etc., also
pump and belling, Capacity 12
gallons per minute. Apply at
Riverside hotel,
For Rent ���15 acres, 7 cleared ;
good 4-roomed house and all other
necessary buildings ; school 011 the
place ; about 2 miles from Cumber-
laid, in Happy Valley. Apply
Edward Parkin, box 325, Cumberland.
Alex. Blair and family left for
Vancouver on Thursday last.
A service will be held in St.
Peter's church on Sunday next nt
10.30 p. m , and at Lazo mission
hall at 3 p. 111.
iitirr" Hougkinson and Major
Stephenson have joined the Over
Seas forces at New Westminster,
and Win. Jovce lias joined the
Home guard at Vancouver.
Appropriate Easter services were
held at the Presbyterian church on
Sunday evening last. The dwelt
was prettily decorated with flowers,
etc. The choir rendered specially
fine selections, ai d was assisted by
Mr. Hames md Sergt Petch. the
former singing " (In the Cross "
and the Intte-" " There is a Green
Kill far away."
For Sa'e���Cyphers Incubator,
Leader churn, Universalbreadmak-
er, sewing machine, fruit jars, roll-
top desk, White Wyandotte fowls,
Blick typewriter, reading lamps, 2
sets bcdroomware, some beds and
other furniture, books, sporting
rifle, kodak, complete enlarging
camera and outfit. Apply at Hugh
Beaduell's ranch. Comox.
On account of leaving shortly I
am offering at sacrifice prices the
following ��� 4 hole Kootenay range
with water front, reservoir and 30
gal. tank-, 2 h.p. Peerless gasoline
engine, Myers force pump, quantity
pipe fittings, 10 ft double "Page"
gate, several glazed hotbed sash,
roller top desk, iron bed, fruit jars,
gasoline drum ttul numerous other
articles. Enquire .1! residence. F.
H. Peterson, phone 98 M.
���__. ���   -
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.in-     Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Sunday School and  Bible Class
10:30 a. 111.   Evening service 7:30
p. tn. All welcome
Miss E. V. Danard is spending
the holidays with Mrs. Bigelow.
Will. Duncan has been appointed
a permanent member of the Agricultural Commission to administer
the Agricultural loans. This measure will doubtless be of inestimable
value to the country and to the
farmers. Mr. Duncan is to be congratulated upon his selection. He
is eminently fitted for the position.
He is a practical and successful
farmer and has lived in this district
the best part of his life. He was a
member of the Royal Commission
which gathered the information tor
the government upon which the
Act is based.
Word was received in Courtenay
on Tuesday morning that Harold
Sackville had died at the Vancouver general hospital. It will be
remembered that he left here a few
weeks ago with tiie intention of enlisting at Victoria, but found upon
application that he would have to
undergo au operation for tiome
minor trouble, which he did, aud
���"eturned to Courteuay for a short
rest. He left foi Victoria a tew
days ago, and evidently had Jo go
the hospital again, where he succumbed. The deceased w.i-* a:t estimable young man an 1 had m.iny
friends and acqusintad-es who 'vill
be sorry to   he..r   ol   his   demise.
-������'<_> _Uf    '1*t-
Do Not Delav!
Order Yaur Seed Potatoes Now
We have the best selected  stock in the  District:���
Elephants,        Early Rose,        Burbanks,
Up-To-Date,       Rose of the North,       Early Ohio
box-56 SHEPHERD'S h���*��
Rhode Island Red Eggs
per Setting of 15
75 cents
Bruce Towler, box 132, Courtenay
Comox Creamery
45c per lb. this week
McPhee  &  Morrison
Just now when fresh  fruits  are   off
the market and unobtainable we are
J*% **.
offerin thefcanned and dried commodity at the following low prices:
Choice Okanagan Peaches 2 l-2s per
tin 20c
Choice Blockberries 10c per tin
Fancy Dried Peaches per 2 lbs. 75c.
Fresh_,Seedling Oranges 35c doz.
Try our Fresh Ground Cofiee at 35c
**^*********y*��****��*t*********** THE  COURTENAY REVIEW
You have a
Suit  Le
Installation of
Conservative Smoker
Vicar of Alberni
  On Saturday evening a   large nvunber
The Re\    I'laiikini  A'alsou, win oOIib electors turueil  out ut Hie opera
���        ,, ,                 ,, ���       ,. . . . liiiuif tu near  what  Mike  Monsou, our
is well known m this    district   was member for tWa district, ��i.cl  the Hon,
1 instituted aud    inducted   Vicar  ul Win, .Unnsoii  had to say.
Our  popnl'ir  member   was   iii   good
of cloth  packed   away   some , Alberni with IV.rt All,.-., i Wed
where? nesday,    March    29, bv the    Lord !luul01r ����'l is confluent tliatlie will alraiu I j
1.     mi 4        1  :( I.- 1   '     r r* 1      1 ��� 1   1    .r '"���'��� indorsed whenever lhe  election  uiav
Until pay  you now  to get it Bishop of Columbia and lhe Vener- be eallet,   He said itwas a  good tiling
made up,    Woollens generally able the Archdeacon ol    Quotsiuo   tor the Government  that two  Liberals
have advanced   75   per   cei.t.      A meeting   of  paii-houers   and got elected at the   By-utectiotis.   The
since   the wai   slai ted, and is
likelv tn still furtl
reception was   held    in the   Parish Mbeiul party lenders  had  shoutetl  tliat
it,, ., ���     ,    ,-    , 1    . Hie    goveriinieut   wns    crooked,    and
Hall upon the arrival oi    Ihc tain if thej^ot a chance they would prove it
m nu 1   incruise.   after which the service was held in They now had their ehunoe and for two
Tlle price of dyes has gone up   "ill Saints   Church    where a large mouths hid been hammering away, tak-
sroni   65   cents to  nearly $25 ! congregation had assembled.   The ������� ��P 1*e""'eh��l tlle Hous"' al"' ���>���]<]
it- 1 1 ��� 11 i'i tlnt- louiKi ftiiytluiic  as   vet.   nor   would
dollars   Getyoursi.it   made  *" ,0P,ln    h,s   "d'ln"f   ^plained .*���,��� lini, _���Ahh.ggcrooked,  ami   were
that   the new   Vicar had   come to sick of their job.   All the heads  of the
wllll.t |'i ires nre ns low as tliey | then, ,-,���. nv<) moi)l],H t0   ("]] ., gap, j Departments had been instructed to give
will be for n long time to come  m.d he bail no intention   originally! tUem every facility possible in examuin-
of remaining   perninneutlv   b.,t it !"L��?m���i^"-S-ini'Vr  l"LT
"J    '      ..   . . wen* still.at it.    He said that the Goveru-
wat exlr.mely gratitytni" to recieve ment were lining- all they could   lor the
a petition from tlle church wardens people, were administering the affairs ot
of both   Alberuis   asking to   have''1*1: province us wls.-ly as possible.   He
Mr. Watsou opDoiuled  incumbent. ' '';;"'" '������*;'7"1"';''policy ol  the Co-
���,, ' * . ,-,      , veriime.it, saving that Premier McHride
Hie same evening a   Parishoners appealed to the country 011 it.  und the
meeting and recep'ion  was held in people so overwhelmingly believed that
St. Allan's    Hall,     Port    Alberni U was good that they returned him and
R. Willoughby
Only White Tailor in Courtenay
Next door to the  Opt rn  House
Practical Shoemaker and Repnir
Next to Hardy & Bis:oe
When  In  Doubt
Play  Trumps
when speeches   were made   by lhe !'is K"v'''.i'!'m''.i without a single Liberal
,,. ,._.       ,.,.., ,.: ,  111 opposition.    He said that if the   peo
ami  pie wanted pit hib'.tioii they wouldgetit,
ml that  Premier   Bowser   wntikl  give
Bishop,   A rchdeacon
tliiin legislation lo en'force the law, in
case prohibition carried. With regard
to giving the women the frrnchise, the
government had decided to take a plcbi-
...        I,,- ,i-    cite 011 the question, and if tiie majority
_ I     Mr, Joseph Idiens was out 111 his were in favor ol it the ladies would have
'   row beat one day   last   week    and  their franchise.   This wns right, the wo- j
succeeded    in    landing    two    fine men are not all agreed that   thev  want]
spring saimoil weighing    15 and IS   -1'.1'.���������������������;>''*���'..neither are all   the   men ,1-
1       1 ** 1 willing that they should have  it.    Now,
P��",     ���        r if the women are in earnest and  really
j      lhe wharf at    Roys'.on   enables! desire to vote, let them getout and work
Have Goard Tune Your Piano   ll'e I02nd Battalion to enjoy them- ; [or   their   measure,   The   Agricultural
selves at Cumberland���first  a con**' bom bill was going to do great things
Factory Experience : lor the farmers, as sunn as    it  tint   iulo
,      '     ,     ,.      ,,   ��� .       cert   aud    afterwards a twostep-   ,,,���Li,,���  ,������ 1..,     .1 ���    u,     M
Recommends   from   Leading   Musicians     . .. .'      : ���Ani-inj,'   o.tler.    II.ni.    Win.    Manson
from the Atlantic to the Pacific.    Copies   tlle-v cfoss   ��''er fro��l     Comox ill a   dealt with the railway policy ol the proof same furnished 011 request           few minutes  and   board the   Can  I vluce and outlined tliediflere.it railroads
W. ], Goartl   will oe   hi this city   about   adian Collieries train    from    there I which had been built during the life of
April   1.      Leave orders  at this  Office, I ���.i ;, ���    ,1  r....    ..;.,.,    ���.,..,.   *!'���' administration'.    He   also ilenlt with
McBryde's Bakery &
Tea  Rooms
Calhoun Block Courtenay
SJ_J__^_^-,, ^^^^^^^^^^^r^nnJt_r^nj^Jv^^-]_. ���,_, ^_._,,_r,..^ ju-M-ir,^--,,-.-.- -������*.������-..������ -_.--->,---_-M-^<
P. McBryde for alniosl 8 years with  Marocchi Bros,
begs to announce lo the coniniunity tltat be lias opened a Bakery nnd Tea Room at tlie above address
1 have hnd a technical training in tlie Kilmarao.k
Bakery School and Glasgow Technical, Scotland,
under lite best masters, and hold a first class certificate, upper grade, in tlie technics of bread malting
and a first class certificate in baking confectionery by
the Master Bakers Association I can assure the public that the bread and cai.es made by tue will be manufactured by the host, methods Khown to the baking
world today and will be pure, healthful and appetising
Hoping for a share of public patronage
Remember the address     -     Next the Royal Bank of Canada
or write direct to
1 .1 r -t ,  ��� ti" " inisL.uin.       i-   n so 1 en t Willi
who give     hem a free   ride   each -,.��� Ial���, ,,���..,_ ���,���,  refe,.red t0 u,epro*
.              ,,                1 wav.    Good luck to the   Canadian  hibition and worn-n
845, 8th Ave., VV.    -    Vancouver  Collieries for their   good   hearted-!	
suffrage questions.
Palace Livery
My Choice
Horses and   Buggies for  Hire i,
^   Terms cash.
We  also  attend  to  wood hauliu
J AS.    CAIRNS   &   SON
Talk itliiuit your California Sunshine
in lhe Aurora Borealis,
The gentle breezes ol the  Sunny   South
Or the Artie's icy kiss.
Many have been to either place
And knock or boost as the case  may be,
Hut my choice lies between
On tlie coast, nf a Province called  ll. C
It is there the graceful deer abound,
The silvery salmon, duck and goose,
Tlie lordly Indian ill Iiis canoe
He lives   without  effort the   whole year
, : For hot,sting this place I need no excuse,
1 none 25 ! T|,.-,t is t*|e place ��� _.*������ take vou lo
  ,,       _______________________    A nil when safely there turn vou loose.
���V. M. ScninxKH
GRAND DISPLAY 1 hK^n{^r7Z ^,.1^
ni shingle   mill   running   full   time
Willard's Harness Emporium  There is a -ood d.emau.1   fir shin
gies just ni.v bit' cars tire   scarce-
Fine Showing ol   Horse   Blankets,   Lap .  ���_��� ���___.
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Sail Cases,  Ktc.
Harness Uepair     Neatly CharleS    Wheeler
Cumberland and Courleuay
tn'gs U) aunouuece
that lie has opeced
The Elk Hotel Barber Shop
Cleanliness n Specialty
who have taken St. John's
Ambulance course
forField Ambulance being mobilized
at Victoria,
For particulars apply
Dr. Montgomery, Comox.
All owners of Crown Granted Coal
Rights in the Comox District are
requested to attend a meeting on
Tuesday, April 18, at 8 p. in., in the
Agriculrural  Hall, Courtenay
_i__i^s��i:'S^;.*_js_��:'_'E:: ._��_��-__;��� *��*_^^-i_______e_2:_:
p��� .     'a ,L*r t-l    t -J.   t-'
. s> icu.*j:-'_>v_^r_____-_;-a,'.-i_.-*____x;_t_^^ ��&_>   ����mi**|��i .|
Ion eaniiot eat your Rrstciass piumWn
I      Hot
^ake and have it; J;
Hut Water aud Steamfitting
ackson & Whittle
But you have the satisfaction  /-*�� -J^-^-^f
of knowing  that  the  in8re- VJlippC.
dients   are   of    the   highest COUSTIS ���
grade when purchasing at the /^    IJ    I
Courtenay. Customers swear L/OlUS !
by, not at, "Purity" Bread for
quality Mentholated White Pine and
Tar 50c per bottle
Cakes of all descriptions made
to order I  Laxative Quinine Tablets
25c per box
Courtenay   Bakery
f""*ANADA from her abundance ccn help supply the Empire's ncci'.s,
*���' and tins must be a comforting thought for t'-.ose upon who::* the
hi v ', .:: i a of direclins l!';: Empire's i.i'piri hi I hcen 'aid. G:.i:i or
no gain the course before the I imers of C-naia :; . . cl.ar _o it was
last;, ear���they must produce a' undantly :n t rdcr to meet the demands
th ' may 1 e made and '. . .. ���- e i hi i to be es;r-. tally true in rcr-^r,! to
live .:.!., the world's supply ol" which must be particularly affected in
this vast struggle. Strr"-, and strain may yet ', c in store for us all
before this tragic conflict is over, but not one of ur, doubts the issue,
and Canadians will do t'..;ir duty in the highest cen3e of that ���rc:tt
word."���HON. MA A'VV.V BI JlRELl, Minister of Agriculture.
MOD"-.*.* war n made by resources, by money, by foodstuffs, as
Well r.s by men and by munitions. While war is our first business, it is the Imperative duty of every man in Canada to produce all
that he can, to work doubly hard while our soldiers are in the trenches,
in order that the rcsnurci s of the country may not only be conserved, but
increased, for the great struggle that lie.", before U3, ' Worli and Save'
is n good motto for War-time."���SIB THOMAS WHITE, Minister
nt Finance,
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Night or Day Calls Promptly
M tended
Cod Liver Oil and  Malt with
Wild Cherry $1
Cod Liver Oil Compound $1
Wild Cherry Cough] Mixture
i Robertson's
j      Drug Stoie
Phone  30
IE CALL Oil' '--iss-n-K- uui!it_3 ..-UHir.  n
We must feed ourselves, feed our soldiers, and help feed the Allies.   The need is greater in
1916 than it was in 1915.   The difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call to patriotism is louder���therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE AGRICULTURAL  WAR   BOOK  FOR  1916" la now in the pross,  To be hnd from
The PiibliciilioiiH Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa.
Oau not lit* tloue uny i ettor, und
not quite so well anywhere elae
hrtv-.i.tniu. Our typo and mm-lim-
ery is uomplete turn Tlie lievlow
prices ��re right
Classified Ads.
Make your little Wants known
through ft Classified AdvertUeineut
in Tho Review   -   -  -   Phone M)
VOL. 4
NO. 23
To Let at I
40   Acres of   Land  near   Sandwick,   12   acres   cleared,   house,
barn, fruit trees, etc.
Particulars from
Real Estate Agents COURTENAY
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in  Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
Phone 43 Courtenay
provides the cleanest, the most sanitary and the most hygenic
method of cooking
The Electric range closely parallels the wood or gas
range but excells  either.in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under idgal conditions because
Each cooking unit can be switched to high, medium or simmering heat and kept there as
long as needed
It is the acme of cleanliness
Practically no heat -escapes into the room
The air is not vitiated
There is no contamination of food
You save food values through the retention of the
essential salts and meat juices, on a six pound
roast the saving is nearly a pound
All the latest standards of range construction are
used, including high oven, thermometer or
glass door, porcelain splashers
The fire risk is lessened because there are no open
We will gladly give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat ft Power
Co., Limited
Phone*: Office 35, Re*. R98       Office: Mill Street
..iiss Leila Can
at Cape I,a/.o.
Mrs. K. Grieve of Nanaimo is
visiting her brothers Harry antl
Elmer of this pluce.
Miss Maggie Reynolds and Miss
Mary Walker of Nanaimo spent the
week end with Mrs. Ktnde.
Steve Campbell l*ft for Vancou-
vei on Monday morning with the
intention of enlisting.
For Perennial Flowers apply to
Mrs. IT. E, Drew, Union Hay.
To Rent- 2 good 'garden lots,
Apply Mrs. Joyce, Union Hay  Rd.
Welding-cast iron, altiinimiii,
brass, steel, etc,    Ford Oarage.
New Incubator for sale cheap,
125 capacity. Apply W. Douglas,
45 horse power Overland car for
hire, day or night. Ford Garage,
phone 46R.
Lost���    a   3A   Folding   Kodak
Will finder please   telephone 51 or
write box 186, Courtenay.
For Sale���Indian Motorcycle, 7
h.p., in first class condition. Apply
to G. H. Thornbery, Courtenay.
For sale���Duck eggs for hatching, $1 per setting of 10. Phone
Li00, Courtenay.
I    Look prosperous.    Fix up   your
! shop front with an up to-date sign
See Colin Cam.ibell about it.
Forsale���1 fresh cow, with calf
at foot, very quiet and heavy milker
Apply Geo, Davis, Union Bay.
Wanted���Cream Separator, musl
be iu good condition and cheap.
Apply W. J. Miller,  Little   River.
F'or sale at sacrifice price���1000
gallon tank. Fairbanks engine and
pump, almost new. Apply Box B,
Review office.
Lost���between Courtenay and
Comox, five golf sticks. Finder
please notify Major C. B. Warsnip
102nd Battalion.
Pound..���oil the Goose Spit, Comox, a sixteen foot row boat.
Owner wanted. Apply Postollice,
Comox, B, C.
Household effects and F'ord car
forsale privately at Mrs, J. 1"..
Montgomery's, Comox. Apply iu
the mornings,
Tenders for the fencing of about
So chius and slashing about two
acres. Apply D, Campbell, Union
Bay Road,   Courtenay
For sale ���1 pure bred Ayrshire
bull calf 6 months old. Bred for
show and milk production: pedigree and transfer supplied; price
#75,    Apply ���-���*��� Game, Comox.
.".For Rent��� 20 acres of land in
Happy Valley, 4 acres cleared,
house, barn, chicken house, fruit
trees, good sod, plenty of water.
R. Y. McXntight.in, Courtenay P.
For Sale- One 6 h, p. Fairkanks
Morse Gas Engine, one 3 k. w.
Dynamo switch board, etc., also
pump and belling, Capacity 12
gallons per minute. Apply at
Riverside hotel,
F'or Kent ���15 acres, 7 cleared ;
good 4-roomed house and all other
necessary buildings ; school on the
place ; about 2 miies from Cumberland, in Happy Valley. Apply
Edward Parkin, box 325, Cumber-
,..es Alex.  Blair  and  family  left for
Vancouver 011 Thursday last.
11 Is  holidaying      A service   will  be   held  in   St.
Peter's church on Sunday   next tit
10.30 p  111 , and   at Lazo   mission
hall at - n. m.
iiiirr" HoQgkinson and Major
Stephenson have joined the Over
Seas forces at New Westminster,
and Win. Jovce has joined the
Home guard at Vancouver.
Appropriate Easter services were
held at the Presbyterian church on
Sunday evening last. Tlie clui''cli
was prettily decorated with flowers,
etc. The choir rendered specially
line selections, ai d was assistetl by
Mr. Hames : nd Sergt Petch, the
former singing 'On the Cross "
and the latter " There is a Green
Hill far away."
For Sa'e���Cyphers Incubator,
Leader churn, Universal breadmak-
er, sewing machine, fruit jars, roll-
top desk, While Wyandotte fowls,
Mick typewriter, reading lamps, 2
sets bed room ware, some beds and
other furniture, books, sporting
title, kodak, complete enlarging
camera and outfit. Apply at Hugh
Beadnell's ranch, Comox.
On account o'" leaving shortly I
am offering at sacrifice prices lbs
following ��� 4 bole Kootcnay range
with water front, reservoir and 30
gal. tank-, 2 h.p. Peerless gasoline
engine, Myers force pump, quantity
pipe fittings, 10 ft double "Page"
gate, several glazed hotbed sash,
roller top desk, iron bed, fruit jars,
gasoline drum and numerous other
articles. Enquire al residence. I*.
II. Peterson, phone 98 M,
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'   Sandwick
Service 2 p-.rn      Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. m.
Sunday  School and  Bible Class
10:30 a. 111.    Evening service 7:30
p. tn. All welcome
Miss E, V. Danard is spending
the holidays with Mrs. Iiigelow.
Win. Duncan lias been appointed
a permanent member of the Agricultural Commission to administer
the Agricultural loans. This measure will doubtless be of inestimable
value to the country aud to the
farmers. Mr. Duncan is to be congratulated upon his selection. He
is eminently fitted for the position.
He is a practical and successful
fanner and has lived in this district
the best part of his life. He was a
member of the Royal Commission
which gathered th. information for
the goveruu ent upon which the
Act is based.
Word was received i:i Courteuay
on Tuesday morning that Harold
Sackville bad died at the Vancouver general hospital. It will be
remembered that be left here a few
weeks ago with the intention of enlisting at Victoria, but found upon
application that he would have to
undergo au operation for some
minor trouble, which he did, aud
returned to Courtenav tor a shirt
rest. He left foi Victoria a tew
days ago, and evidently had to go
the hospital again, where he succumbed. The deceased was an estimable young man an I had many
friends and acquaintance- who will
be sorry to   he.,r   of   his   demise.
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Do  Not  Delay!
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Order Yaur Seed  Potatoes Now
We have the best selected  stock in the  District:���
Elephants,        Early Rose,        Burbanks,
Up-To-Date,       Rose of the North,       Early  Ohio
b,x 256 SHEPHERD'S p"����.��o
Rhode Island Red Eggs
per Setting of IS
75 cents
Bruce Towler, box 132, Courtenay
Comox Creamery
45c per lb. this week
Just now when fresh   fruits   are   off
the market'andjinobtainable we are
offer! 11 thefcanned and dried commodity at the following low prices:
Choice Okanagan Peaches 2 l-2s per
tin 20c
Choice Blockberries 10c per tin
Fancy Dried Peaches per 2 lbs. 75c.
Fresh^Seedling Oranges 35c doz.
Try our Fresh Ground Cohee at 35c
^w��i**i��*M*i#w*��i*����g_*)B_<g>g>iiw^w��j-^a-i THE   iu:\ ii
.,   B. C
REMEMBER! Tlie ointment
you put on your child's skin get-
into iiie system just a* surely as
food the child eat.*.    Don't let
Sotuo diseases givo Imiiiiiuity from
. . mother utinok, but rlieumiitlsm worts
impure fats and mineral coloring |jusi Lhe other way.   Rvory ntltick oi
matter  (such as many  of the    rlicmnatlani Invites   another,    Worse
titan that it I'otluces tlio body's power
so tlitit each attack is worse than the
one lietore. if any disease needs cur*
Ing early it is i lieuniatlsni, but there
tire few cases physicians itnd more
difficult in treat sui ci ssfully, Wei
weather does not cause I'lieuniatlsin us
ivas onco ttiotigbl, Ihoiigh weather
conditions may slnrl tli i aehes and
Itlieumatlsm is now known li
i heap ointments contain) get
into your child's blood ! Zam-
Buk is purely herbal. No poisonous coloring, Use it always.
50c. Vex al All Dmgghls ar.d Stores.
As Fast as Possible
Unless Rooted Out of the Sys- ,    ,
i be enormous number ul parcels ��r
��� v liiudtse soi/.oil trom tho parcols
ist v title en route to and from tlio
stem It Grows Worse and
l'nlted States aro using dispersed ot
as rapidly as possible by the Hriiish
u .���. iritl is
Purcels eonstdei'ed Itinoceni after a
pre'ilmliuiry examination   are senl on
as  tiuli kly a.s  possible  to lliolr ties*
liuat ton, vi title others o'1
11 tuition which are
Ion   must   pass    throng
prize  nt procedure to whli
s : ted    In    ordlni ry    transit   ninu
;   ��� procurator-general ot Hie pri/.o
'oiirl i i now I rj Ing lo gel Infoi nuillon
-'**.>- ���.
Tho only won known m#dlMM prtsod
k_-*ktn<*;  powdor   ITlSdt   !:*   C_i*-Oln
that <J_c�� nst c_*it_lr* alum and
which   ���*���  all !t��   tn���*.ill��in"-*
plainly ttal.tl on tlio ' -.bol.
lortoNro. ONT, MONTR-Al
["���INtNO Aljgjj*
;�����.���-*; Tivwraf '��� ��� rsetmssseiasK!. u i.MrKMra-H
from  the i om Igners  ot parcels con
lependenl   upon  the blood  condl Islsliug  ul  goods suspected  lo  1"' ot
tion  and   medical  authorities    agree Klermun origin  In order Ih ascertain
lhat   tin!   blood   in ni s    Uiln   witli   If these were shipped under arrange*
ilai'tulug  rapidity as I'heumatlBni di
vclopa,     Maintaining   the  iii
the blood is, llierofore, tt roasounble I ship e
'au,, of. preventing and curing rheum- man
allsm.   That it tvorks out In fact Is
ihown by tit" benellclnl results which r .rff I ���* .  u -   i        l
olloM a .fair use or Dr. Williams'Pink | tV6ry blltl JOlllt lin'Med,
Rheumatism Cured!
"_'ll"ll|>.        ..Llll  ��
rhs   Modern   Way   t,
to   Mark.
The Boys' and Girls' Clubs
I   ono of iin' iitnst valuable and later*
I,  estlng  orgaulitalloii   and   otluoatlonal
00    movements started and supervised by
tho U.S. dopartniont of agrloulluro, it
T'ie  nve  stock  slilpi i .oclu   the boys' nnd girls' clubs throughout
.uen'ts   wiie'rebv 'tl'iV   BtTtlslfgovern-   lions, common In JllnnesotH and Wis   the agricultural sections of this conn-
vclops.    Mnlntalning  tl mllly  of  ment  permlti   Vraerlct up _ lo  cousin   ire   c< eratlve Institutions  try.  In �������"""'"" ,l"l"11"l0'',0.?;?1?2
������  '  '���'-      tain kinds of goods from Oer- of unusual   inorlt.   They   substitute boy- and girls wets eniolled dunug
r0r the old local    buyer   syslom, a   1015.   Of tl"1 .0,000 boys, many were
Isvstem of handling stock lhal results iluleroBtecl In soil Improvement and In
In an actual saving  In necessary ex-  pig and poultry raising,   The   50,000
petises  amounting   to  rorly  or  llfty glris  wero onrollod    tn  lhe canning
,  dollars a  carload,    This    wiving    is  clubs.    In  lhe northern and  western
'  entirely outside of nits   profits    thai   slates    lliore  ivoro  150,000 boys and
lho  local  buyer    mtglti   take.    It   is  girls enrolled In various clubs.    The
ritiito    Impossible for    n  locnl  buyer, leading projects were lho growing of
witli a Blilpplng iissochi    corn,  polalons, garden    and  canning
wiiri,     \..tiic  rrniii  tlm    eilucnttonal
uiln,. nf this wnil. Ibe social and neon-
These iiiils actually make now,
blood    which    drives  ont   lhe',
.matte poison, nnd while the blood .
. pi  in this condttton there is no
ger of Hu' trouble returning. Mr.
T. Pell, Palermo, Ont., snys;    "11
.'.is  attacked   with  a  trouble  which |
��� was  ultimately  pronounced   rheumatism.   Ofton I wits barely able to crawl
, Into bed, and Beldoni able to do a full
day's work.    In this condition I doctored for a year, absolutely getting no
better,   Thon I consulted another doctor whoso chief consolation was that
unless 1 could gel rid of tiie trouble I
j v.mild bo a cripple for life,    l te prescribed dieting, and I doctored with
him for at least six months, bul Instead of getting relief I became weaker ami less able to get around. Then I
1 decided to try a doctor In Toronto, and
was   under  bis  treatment  for aboul
I four months \ ith no better results. 1
, gave up tlio doctors and tried other
1 remedies   which   were equally  futile
j Then  ono  day our store keeper seal
I me a box of Ur. Williams' Pink I'ills,
riiatOkl Family Remedy "Ner-|to comph
11 Ion.
There ;
vilinc" is Guaranteed for the
\\ oi'st Cases
in reKuitim' it'iuii those
I ,
approximately    200    -i
these associations lu  Minnesota, and lotnlc '" '*"������"'
>.'. tar as  wo know, snys A,  D.  Wit- '' 'l"llM ��������� be.'im,| all valuutlon.
NEURALGIA.    BACKACHE, I son;   director   "I   II ".tension   dlvl
LUMBAGO \aicm of I lie MtllUI'Soln COllogo ol
cult iin',     nol
j organization
Rheumatism  today  is  unnecessary.   ���a nu capilnl mock is sulii und none
Is 'ai-well understood and so road*   |8 needed.    It    represents simply    a
Ily curable thai ever*, day ,vo hui
inn's of old chronics being freed of
their lormeiiter,
"1 mn speak confidently of the ts'or*
villa ��� treatment, for the simple reason
that it curod tne," writes Allien n.
Cornelius, from Kingston, "Vou can't
Imagine lion .tiff and lain,* and sore I
wns. Nights al. a time I couldn't sleep
well, I followed lhe Norvlllne cliree*
! lions careful!) -had it rubbed Into the
sore regions four or five times every
Yet your best horse is just ���< ���
liable to develop a Spavin, Ringbone,
gpliut.Curborlamenessasyourpoorestl | Brockvllle, Out
saving, that if thev did not help nie 11 day. Every rubbing helped lo reduce
need not pay for them. I took Ihem the paiu rite swelling went down 1
and then got sonic more and found 8��' a fair measure of relief in a week.
they wen: helping me, I probably ' aIso :��"k lvv" Ferroj-one Tablets
used SH) worth before l fell fullv with my meals. They increased my
cured, but thev did cure me nnd were appellee and spirits, purified my blood
cheap as compared with the other and toned iip my system generally,
treatments which did not help me. The ! "J ���' " ���������* "'���''' *0'1**' as :l ������*������������ ,'""1,i
cure was made several years ago, aud b.e In perfect good health, I give
I have not had a twinge of rlieuma- Xervlllue all the credit."
lism since. Today I am well and! A. large family size bottle of Nervl-
strong and I believe I owe ii all to h.��e costs only ",ue. or the trial size
In-   Williams' Pink Pills." 25c, and Is useful in u hundred ills in
i'ou can gel these pills through any | *l*e family.   Whether it's toothache,
medicine dealer or by mail, post puici,
cents a hex or six boxes for $2.60
one   has   fniled.     The I HOW  Siclliy   WofflO.
May Get Health
mutual ngreeinenl by u group or I lf ""'i cotihl only bo niado to see
farmers lo ship their slock together, lll!a linl* ll"'"' llls a,'e eaiisod b.. Inland by this means each runner, : i- P"1'0 blood, ii wouldn't take lung lo
gnrdless or lho amount of stock ������*"'e them with Dr. Ilanillton's Pills.
handled, is enabled lo ship to ti cen- 'J'i'uly n wonderful rtiodiclno that Intra! market at carload rates und lo vlgorates, strengthens, renews. Every
get exactly whal tils slock brings tired, worn out woman that tries Dr.
im Hie market loss llic cost of freight, Hamilton's Pills will Improvo rapidly,
yardage, commission, etc. In other-will have better color, lucrensed ap-
words, a man call sell one hog to I petite and bettor digest'""
just as good advantage as ha can a
No better rebuilding tonic can ba
round than Dr, Hamilton's Pills which
are safe, mild and health glviug.   for
A  Household  Medicine.--TI.ev that   IWI-V ���\<-nrs ���-���'��� Hamilton's Pills have
been  Americas  most,    valued   luttn'y
ov ut all dealers,
aro acq
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
If a snail could make up to look like,
a race horse It would lind plenty of
men ready to bet on it.
earache, ucauael.e,    neuralgia,    lame
back or a i  Id,   Nerviiine iviil   cure   ''
just ii> reii.lily as ll will cure rheunia- j
Usui,    i'or fatniiy use nothing equals
.Nerviiine. I 9
llu saved many thousands of dollars in tiers. 	
flrsti l>y entirely cm ing these ailments,
NelsoaGriffith,Limerick,Saik.writes! Away   With   Depression  and   Melan-
"Iliavo beea usin-r your Spavin Cure aaa nnd "holy.- These two evils aro the ac-
Et one of lhe best liniments. It completely cured a j companhitent, of tl disordered stomach
curb on a driving mare". anil torpid  liver and mean  wretched-
Doa't take chances -witli voitr horses,   I.-*-;**    , ,,, ,,.,,.���,, ,,,���,. ���i_u     rP,,,. ���,,,.
bottlcofKciidall'shiiiidy.iSI -ufoi'S". Ourbook '" "-' ����� **u "'"'m u'ej "��"��� r**e Sill'*
"Tteatlse oil the Horse'' free ut druggists or | est and speediest way lo combat litem
Dr. B. .1. -.H-iDAI", CO.. ri-.-sbitr-i lalls, VI.      103  ', i'   with   Pai'tiielee's    Vegetable  Pills.
which will restore ihe healthful action
_' of the stomach alitl bring relief. Tltey
have proved their usefulness in thou*
Maying Ourselves Useful j sands  of eases and  will  continue  to
The picnic season is at hand,
When to the music of the band
We'll journey to the wooded lot
And iu some cool, secluded spot
Will feed the hungry chlggers.
give relief to tho suffering
wise enough to ttso them.
"I hear that Hie Browns are going
to lead the simple life this summer."
"That Is ne a.- lo me."
are to live lhat way'."
nidi with Hio sterling pro ; .
Dr. Thomas' I'eleclric Oil in : mP(li(-'n
the treatment of many ailments would
not be without  it  In "the bouse. II is Economical Wife
truly a household medicine and us it j    "Henry, dear, the children are need*
is effective in dealing with many or-ting shoos."
dluary comph-lnls It is cheaper than a j "Needing shoos again. Do you think
at. baud, as I'm | I nill made of money'.' Where are tha
most nnexpi ct ones 1 bought for them just a few days
ago? 1 suppose you have given them
to some beggars under the Impression
that their father's amusement was tu
buy new ones."
"No, my dear, I have nol given them
away, l have put them through the
meat chopper and will serve Ihem tomorrow as basil. Be home ear:;, tor
dinner, dour." ,
doctor.   So, ,keep jl
call for it may com,
A girl who knows she is pretty likes
have her suspicions corroborated.
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural-
A Continuous Performance
Wife." -Henry, 1  will have to  have
seme   new   clothes   this   spring.
Hubby���Good heavens, how long is
"\o;  that Brown ls    so deeply In-  this thing to go on?   That's just what
volved." you   said last fall.
"What is a co-worker?"
"One who helps you work somebody
of course."       "
Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.
Tiie pie trust would retire from Ihe
I field  vanquished  and binding up the '
wounds   to  its  pockelbook  were  the
'women In fight it With ihckiiid of pies
 _  | ,..,lt  n|0li,el. US(1(| (u ma|!(..
The artist  was on a sketching expedition and seeing a very picturesque Deafness Cannot Be Cured,
Old house ill    a    village    he    passed   .     |0ca1 applicntious as ihey cannot reach liie
tlirougli lie asked a laborer if it was an   dUcased portion of lhe ear. There Is only one way
old manor house. | to cure deafness, and   thai   Is by constitutional I
"it-iiwir imiiso"    v-   ��!,���  ii,.,t ii nln'i   remedies.   Ueafncss i* caused by an inflamed
.l.hioi House.    ..... Sir, Hut it a.u 11 __������*.-,_, of uicmucous llnlnir of the Eustachian
an  old  widder oomnii  as  llres 1-rube   When this tube Is Inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and wlicu
il i. entirely closed, Deafness is the result, nnd
unless the inflatnntioii can be UiUvn oat and this
I tube restored lo iii normal condition, hearing
i ���.. II be destroyed forever; ;>in> cases out of letl
icaused by Calnrrh, which is nothing bulnii
___._____-__������_���_���_���.���_������������   inflami a condition of lhc_micous surfaces.
 _._     '   ~" i    We will give One  Ilmulm! Dollars for any
STOPPFin   SHORT ���  oUlcau-css (caused by calarrll) that cannot
ai\Jl 1 IjU   OlUUii b- clim|  by   Hall's Catarrh  vine.   Scud  for
Takinti Tonics, and Built up on  Right   oln ilars, free.
a ' J 1', J. ClIKXltV .-. CO., Tol.i do, O.
Watch Wizard t'urbauk mak.
sible fur us to pick figs from
��Stivil��^ W t k| wer^WdM^^is^^
Dr.CasseH'sTabletsarc the Proved Remedy.
Take the*s* for all Kidney & Urinary Tronbles.
The mistake is frequently mode of
trying to build up a worn-out nervous
system on so-called tonics. B
Now material from whli h to rebuild  paper office,
used tip lisstte cells is what should !i"      ''Have  a  cough  drop,"  she  said.
Sold by Druggists, 7.V.
I'u . - llnll's I nmlly ['Ills foi consltpn
Likely   Place
Katherlne is employed iu a news-
siiiuili'.'d, and this can 'ie obtained only
from proper food.
"I found myself on Hie verge of a I    "Got a cold'.'" ihey enquired
nervous collapse, due lo overwork and      Katherlne nodded
The  other girls  each    accepted u
"Where'd you get. It?"
"In   llio circulation department,  of
course." -Youngstown Telegram.
Btud��r--and i�� illness in the family,"
writes a young mother.
"My     friends   became   alarmed   bs-
cause I grow pale and thin and could
not sleep nights.   I took various tonics, |     Minard's     Liniment    Cures   Burns,
but their effects wore off shortly after  Etc.
I stopped taking them.   My food did i -��� _____
not. seem to nourish tne. No More Than Natural
"Reading of Grape-Nuts, I determin-     "That girl may be a popular favor,
ed to stop the tonics und see what a he, but, she is entirely too prominent,
change of diet would do.   1 ato Grape* not to say spectaculnr."
Nuts four times a day with cream, au.l     "That's all right,   Isn'l il right and
drank milk also, went lo bed early at* I nroper tor a belle to have a striking
ter eating a dish of Qrape-Nuts,
"In about two weel(3 I was sleeping
soundly. In a short time gained weight
Worms   feed   upon   the   vitality  of
and felt like a different woman. Grape- children and endanger their lives.   A
Nuts  ami  fresh  air  were    the  only simple and effective cure is  Mother
agents used ti accomplish Ihe happy .Craves'   Worm Exterminator,
results. .here's a Reason."   Nam? , ,	
given by Canadian Postum Co., Wind* Cross When He Cams
un', Out
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are -jeniune, true, ami full of human
"Did iie come across?"
"I should say be did."
"And shell out?"
"I don't get you."
W. N, U. 1098
"Come across with Hie coin?"
"No; he came across th6 street and
I biffed me one when l mentioned It"
In these trying complaints Dr. Cassell's Tablets
are of proved value. They restore perfect efficiency
to the kidneys by nourishing tlie nerves which
coutrol kidney action, and thus enable the system
to get rid of uric acid and oth-'i impurities which are the cause
of Urinary Troubles, Dropsy,4nd Rheumatism.
Dr, t lias. Forshaw, D.Sc, F.C.S., etc., the well-known
scientist, says: " 1 have thoroughly tested Dr Cassell's Tablets,
and can conscientiously recommend them as an eminently sate
and elective remedy tor all forms of nerve and bodily weak-
ties--,. My knowledge of Dr. Cassell's Tablets leads me to the
opinion that the ingredients form a remarkably potent medicine,
quite .--afe for young and old in eases of nervous prostration,
""debility, anaemia, loss of Hesh, malnutrition, children's weakness, spinal and nerve paralysis, und many [onus of stomach
and kidney troubles."
Dr, Cassell's Tablets rats'* (he vital standard of the entire
system, and thus promote kidtiev health and general health
when other means fail.
Dr, Cassell's Tablets are Nutritive. Restorative, Alterative,
and Anti-Spasmodic, and of great Therapeutic value in all
derangements of the Nerve and Functional Systems in old or
young,   Tltey arc the recognised home remedy for Nervous
Breakdown, Nerve and Spinal Paralysis, Infantile Paralysis,
Pickets. St. Vitus' Dance, Anamiia, Sleeplessness, Kidney
Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Fag, Headache.
Palpitation, Wasting Diseases, Vital Exhaustion,  Loss of
Flesh,  and   Premature  Decay.    Specially  valuable  for
Nursing Mothers and during the Critical Periods of Life,
Druggists and Dealers throughout Canada sell Dr. Cassell's
Tablets" 11 nol procurable in your city send to the sole agents.
Harold P. Ritchio k Co.. Ltd., 10, McCaul Street, Toronto;
one tube 50 stent", six tubes for the price oi (iv��.
BolttPrcpritlors.'- Dr. Catiell't Co., Uf., Manchester, Kn.j.
" [tn'rous iample utltbt mailed
you/ru ��l charge. THE   REVIEW,   COURTNEY,   B. C.
John Bull Young Again
From an Address hy Lloyd George to
Munition   Workers
For  any floors ��� tile,
moo J,  linoleum ���
|     Whai   has   bi i u     u coi iplh   - il     In
i tin ho works is iii! Illustration of �� hat
: Britishers  can   do   until r    pressure
���cits  nr.o    ihej   were
iitelpleces here,  l  be
  llteve, and catching dnb-ehivks in the1
-_...*-.,.       .       ,     . ,*   stream,  iLaughler),    \nu  you  have
ratnottc Belgians Laujju at uennan Invaders   Hireats and Wait sot   ihese   niiigntflceiu   works    niil
Patiently for the Day of Vengeance, When the Bosches w",1" t'L*e.M J[!fk.' ,',ml ""T '.l:'"'"
.,..,. i,   ,*, ���        17        .���,   .   ,, ! "'K I" I"1' sitells) is the result. Thero
\.> ill lie Driven I'l'oni Iheir Country ] is your 12-inch and there is your s
 .  ilnch, nml  there Is your heavy  how-
,.,,,, ! User   all essential to victory in the
Oenerul    von    Hissing   is   nnttlnsiGermuiiy,    said  the angry command*  Hold,    I    am        under-estimating
that tlio llelglans are nol  the "cup- nut, nioso gallant men at the front   bul I
riotous children" he I'oiitllj supposed. "Where lhe Bodies come from?" tell you that the work which you are
Hlndlng bis arm-  of spies and defy* naked the girl pleasantly, doing and  are about  to do in  the
Ing ins hordes of police, fervent put      She ivas doubly lined, but, as she courso of lhe nexi ten weeks Is worth
runs oonducl a spirited if secret cum-  told her Mentis afterwords.   "It waBJnn army of corns of ihe best lufantrv |
pnlgn, like tlial ot ibe "Blacli Hand,''  well worth Hie monej " ,-      (Cheers).    Vou have no notion tint'li
agalnsl the tlei'inan tyrants, Belgium is run of Gerinnii troops, you go there how Important the work
DeBptsIng iho Cioruinul.ed   Bolghui  In I ho words of a Dutch visitor, "You is that  yon    are doing.   There vou
papers   which    Boek lo divide their full ovor German soldiers us soon as llnd   n    network   of trenches, labj
ranks,  lhe  patriots  prim  uiitl  clreti   you reach    lOsschcn  (Just    over the rlnllis of trenches, with every form of
lute secretly ii  patriotic paper,   the frontier).   They   pack   lhe   road lo obstacle ami entanglements, and com
content, of which made German of    jnlwerp,    and   y ian'1   mine  fori crate  emplacements    that   our  men
llchtts rave in Impotent anger and them In BriissolB, They seem strong onnnol gel over, it is no good pit-
send German spies feverishly Into enough In numbers, bul there is some ting iheir poor bodies agalnsl much.
cafes, shops. offices, uml the homes anxiety shown over n coming allied Ine guns und trench mortars, How
of the Biispect, offensive   on    a    btg    Bcnlo In    the  are   ihey   in    gel    through?    Those
Thero arc  Belgians   who  tear  the r1"'1"8'" shells are going to see them through.
Germans,  bul   man*   more  four  Hie (Cheers).    The work you are doing
vengoauca of llio pulrlolB,    who re Dry Soldierinir ''.''''  is fi"'"K '" sl"Ms;i  tin'��"B.h  ���"
conlly Bliowed their will and onorgy         �� victory;  and  If you saw, us  i  did.l 	
In   trnoklng  down     tlle   betrayer   of ---���,, a_u.M���   ���       .,    ,,      ,,,        |row    il"''1'    ',**w    of these that  wero | Strange  Case of a  Man  Who Wrote
Old Dutch
quickly takes up all the dirt
and  removes all the stains
The Anonymity of Writers
ed with drink.   At lust he turned on
ie gas while she slept, aud dit i wlti
' r.
f?03rtl Battalion Bans the Use of Liquor
In  Its Ranks
'scores of thousands, of the most
.Nur.se Cavell and  striking him dead ]
in his own door, I
lu the towns and vlllugofl of Bel i The popularity of "Dry Soldiering"
gliini the following proclamation Is has been demonstrated beyond the pos-
pi'oiiiinenilj posted: Islblllly ol n doubt in the response re*
"Whoever within the territory ������oi ,;'l.'i'",|i|'. l-feut.-Col. j, 13 Hansford in
nrnoil   by    the governor-general    is   '���* call lor recruits for_ ihe 203rd bat-1 !K!Ll_ei_.-i.tt ��!? '.::.."'
found  gntlly  of suspected  Incoiullnr-  tallon ol which he la lhe officer coin
Ism,   causing an inundation, attacks manning.
on or resistance to tlie ropresenta*I Many of those who have flocked to
lives of German civilian or military Join the king's forces in this new bat*
authorities, "ill bo punished by tallon, have stated that the fact that
death, or, if extenuating cil'Clim- the saloon is to be always "out of
stances are proved, by ton or twenty bounds" for its members, bus been ihe
years' penal servitude, Whoever one point of preference must out-._,_,_,, ,���.,���,.,.��� ull. ,,
Bpreads false rumors In regard lo standing and Influencing them in their the army of the Kafsi
the German army    or of   so-called selection of leadership,
his mother by wrltng articles ou the
latest  fashions  in  men's <i
He wore cotton overalls at the time
Just   waltug     to     be   sent  across   as, Articles on Fashion of his death, and the few ankles ot
presents foi,'    tho Kaiser   how    they     ..���,... fnn,i|n��� ,1,i1i���f.|S 0f im   his wearing apparel    found    in  the
cheer the hearts of our troops. They 1��>&��c ���� ��ta��d'"��^Wl "iiS apartment were won, aud ragged. Vet
do not destroi life; they spur,- life. ��'?"Vn_��� ���� ,' Lm ��������� " X 'lh<- "-"era and papers which the pol-
lieiii've me, wiili,,,,, ''"-''��� i''''^^"'^.;;;;/;;,^^,,;;;;,.,;;;,,,,^;;,!',;;;.^;^ lee took possession   of proved; ttat
nom do plume of "Beau Brumniel," in ne earnet* <- livelihood tor himself and
Britain  would  fall.    With these il'iev'11"' Programs in the theatres of tin: J
will not inereh    got  IlirOugh  to  vie- bettet' ''h'ss-
lory, but will come back rejoicing in      Some people think "Mean Brumniel". |j,hnf��in�� Ron,, in m_..
victory (cheers), and I am so glad to Is a woman, while others believe him Identifying Ropes .,. Navy
know lhat you here, each one of you  to  be  merely  a  haberdasher with  a     Every rope    used   In    t
know that/realize It,   nnd   that vou drug  habit.    Ilowevor that  may   be, naval service,    from heai ug  line to
are    putting    the    whole    of    v'our it Ib a reasonable supposition that no hawser, wherever used on board sa
strength  into it.    It  is a  fight'not one  wears any of the clothes  that or |n dockyard, has    oven
merely between tlie British army and "Beau  Brummel"    writes   about,    it ot Its strands, for purposes
t" it Is a' flKlu  couldn't be done,   if anj man ever ar- tifleatton, a colored t rea,
I between"  the    Britisii' workman  ami  rayed himself In one week's oni put o, |    A   different   color  :-
nulling to the port of n ,,  Ufa r,;U.
UO, green and yellow
victories by the allies, or stirs up a The 23rd was originally heralded as the    workshops    of   Germtiny     The  llH'   "Beau   Bruinrael"    raslilons  nm 1. ing
rebellion, or instigates soldiers lo act the "llethodlst Battalion." This, liow- British   workman    is    supply-In-  the started down  Broadway he'd land In   ulu
contrary to their mllitar*  flutles, will! ever, was an error, as its ranks are material  which    is  going  to  enable   lall or the psychopathic ward al Belle-  for different  ports,   T i   pr        otiun
be punished h\   live years' Imprison* open to all.   It might be stilted, liow- us to  win  the  victory that  will do-  v*'e'                                                       ls   "lat   6ny   rope   v        '
ment. ever, that the entire Western Canada stroy forever the despotism of Prus j    '''',l' oaso of  "Beau    Hrunimi I"  Is   thread   found  outside    of   *.
But  tlie   patriots    laugh  at  those I organization of Hie Methodist church sian  militarism    and    Inaugurate  a merely tunny.   Hui here is a grim aim I,s In Improper hands
threats and wait   patiently   for the s behind the recruiting scheme, and its reign of freedom in Europe. (Cheers). Pitiful little tragedy which Is In a way     This custom has prev, led
day of vengeance. long-reaching effectiveness is already     This war is going to make a dlf- related to it.   In n small tenement at  British   navy sn.- ���   long
Everywhere  in   Belgium    Germaus bearing much fruit. Terence in the life of this country and  l,u' eastern und poverty-stricken end days of  Nelson.
are buying or commandeering goods i Lieut, I'. P. Lloyd of saskatoon, the ��t the world, a difference for belter' ��' Fifty-sixth street, the police found j                         	
und stock,   which,they send to Ger* third of three sons of Prluclpal Lloyd or for wofse which you cunnol cnlcu- Uohn    Conwell and  tils old  mother,     Mother   My den-.- Percy, bov   that
many,   While the food sent by Anier- of Emmanuel College, In that ,-iiy to 'ate.   This is one^of those moments  dead  from gas.    The man  was  past you've left college you m tst - a ly bo-
Ica  jusl   keeps   tho     Belgians   from enlist, for service overseas, bus been j '" the history of   the v.,,rid  when it I nilddlo    age,    nnd  unmarried.    They gin looking for som    sort           .
starving,    the 'Germans    buy up at selected to take charge of recruiting takes n plunge downwards or a flight "ved alone, nnd he idolized ihe wo- ment.
their own   prices  food   produced   by work In the northern part of Saskatch- upwards.   Which   i,    takes   depends man���a poor old drunkard. The neigh-
the  Belgians themselves,    Especially ewan, and has opened quarters In the n��t   "I1011 our soldiers alone;   it  do*��� hors said lie used to cry hysterically |
ure Ihey keen on acquiring liorscs. Canada Building in Saskatoon. pends   upon    our   workmen   also,    f I when she would Blagger home, stupe* j
One  Belgian  farmer was    ordered i:a]lt   -y   ,,   ,;i.,.01,   wj,089 [ather's clul scn "ow ,ho difference  which  It :	
to sell u really fine horse for "tion. n.,|lie jg a bJ,'.W01,d n'mon_ u    G   ,_ Is making In Britain.   In the old days '
Loath to pan with the valuable ant- Growers ot Southern Saskatchewan  is' ll", 'n,st,e-' B'as regarded as an alien
null,    the  Belgian    tried subterfuge. ������ charge of recruit iii"  activities' ill encn-"'' who had come to this couutrv
protesting  that   the    borso  was  un* tl]e S0I���,,,,,.��� pol.tIon ot tna proV|nce to steal the bread of the easy-going1
Percy    But don'l you t other
would bo more digi fled I
the offers begin to   om
suitable  for military purposes, as it ,.".,���!  ,*,'��������� j,aVg |,ia    headnuarters    in! 1,ril0":  l,ut W,J ,,ave discovered that
Buffered   from   defective  eyesight.      ; Moose .law. "le hustler is a  British-born Biibjeel,
"In lhat case wo will give you only I    ,.', '',   '        ,. ,, living among us.   John Bull was get-'
$4U." said the German buyer, and the      ''"" .'10fe, c'lll,sn"-   "ow(1 frl'allSe*  ting soft,  flabby,  fat,    and  indolent,
horse changed hands at that price.    |���-Us haw been^madejliat ftey may |He waa JlMt slouchlllg alongi   -.���._
A   patriotic   Belgian  dentist  hud   a
return homo for both seeding and harvest, which is a big consideration lo[
lho war came, nnd now his tissues are
Similarly disconcerting experience. ; i*"*1" ���""'" �� ���* O'B i-ousiuerauou to a linn ,|S PV(.,. , ��� , vigorous
A Herman officer afflicted with tooth- S���*J"", wU�� V'0 '''f u ��"le" ia"(1 s,ro"1': "':' iK hitting ,ir,l,,d is
ache came lo him tor treatment, and ���� ��l���"'g ��JJ��iaJJ^]e 8er" going lo work his way through to
the  sight  or  the  suffering'  Hun  ;iP., m��'ot lhe i king and couiiln. (victory.    .loliti    Bull is roune again ���
pealed to the patriotic instincts of ,   "10(sne fc^f. "'. l^. P" cuar I the     wur    has    rejuvenated ^  him
tiie dentist, who pleaded that he'had ^"V'V"1 s offered'them in this battalion ��� l(.i,(l���,.H
no time for a consultation
might cither write or wire the Winni-|
i.   I see before mo 2,000 men
who menu business.
Shortly afterwards be receive n  j'1- headquarters In the Ureal West ,,0-     ore 0UtsM     and more tha    a
official message ordering him lo be J* ma,,��? Loatl Bul^S;��nd nstruc* mlm���   ,���    ,,,.������.,,    ��    ��;    ';.-�� n
in   his   consulting   room     at.     seven I hons will be   orwarded Without delay.   0V���.Pltl.11B   nMn     ,-���,,        ,���* J    s"1"
o'clock.    Promptly   on   the hour the and transportation    arranged  to the know    ou  w|���
not   oisuppoiut   tiiPin.
victim   or toothache   and two other I'""���"������'���-i ueuii-c.  I They are gallant   and brave fellows.
officers prepared. The patient took .. ' _ , Theirs the discomfort, theirs the
the dental chair, and bis comrades, - ves, it Mas txisted [danger, theirs, loo often, the sacrifice.
drawing their revolvers, threatened Q*"te true it is, as .lane Addamsfput forth the whole of your strength
Hie unfortunate dentist with instant avers, that china existed a thousand as you are doing today, and their
tleath if in Inflicted unnecessary years without an array. "Existed" is sacrifice will not be In vain.
_.,(���, the proper word.   So does u slave ox-l .
As the use of all firearms Jay Bel- 1st.   S�� does a yellow dog, kicked by  Another   "Voyage    of the Sunbeam"!
gians  is  forbidden    throughout the ewry paaser-by, yapped at by every r-irassev has olaced at the dis
.Yinnirv    German officers have con* fellow can ne, scratched by every cat.      ,J��Fa,11 '*?���Be> nas piaceu at tlio tis-
couimy,    uerman  oiticeis  na\i   con .inwoi  nnd  ,,.lln��   ,in__ Hvo"   Posft] 0l ""' government oi' India  his
liscated   spoiling  guns,    lornied   bat- f1". 00 slaves  ami  yellow   dogs  live/   ' ,     |tl-be.m   ...,.,,,.   .....    , t
tues, and  In .some eases offered lhe , Is .their  existence   worth  while'.'    If,     ',;."',,;;    ,"    ���;,,,";  i.^, |
game at fabulous prices to lhe real  China has so existed for a thousand ISStSinn ta   1 e     edf '������'��� '
owners of the preserves. 'years it. also lias been Hie victim of I autumn in tlie Medlteiianean.
Fines simply    shower   on the un- every treeboolhig tribe that has come, ,   ���       ,, h ,   ��� ��� ,
lucky Belgians.    An unguarded wordl'-s way. It has been enslaved by ever-1con'""'"       nlll< " "'lvt SM" so """ '
For Forty Years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound Has Been
Woman's Most Reliable Medicine
���Here is More Proof.
There can  be    very  tew yachts in
ha\e seen so much
active  service  as  the  Sunbeam,  for
i    , ,,   ,        ,        j.iciixp   MT'ico   ua   ine   .vrunee.m,   lor
in a cate, a sharp retort to a soldier,  advent irons    nation,,    it    as  been   .,   m|ls|    b      ore th      f���nv ;���arfi
an "Insulting' glance at an officer, forced under the yoke of foreign dyn- gIl]CQ  lh(,  lirsl  ud    Q       '  ���   d
and  Ihe  offenders are  promptly  ar- Mties and ohlgetl tp bear the badge ot  .,,���  _,,,    .,   ]lol���t,llo!ll  ,v(ir(1',)V  ,,���,.
rested und us promptly lined. servitude���a pigtail.   And it has been ftceo,in* ,������ ., voyage ,.ouml the world
A young Belgian girl sent a letter stagnant, so stagnant it has been nn-  in ���    A |Vw     arg ., ���.���. bQ ,,,..
to a friend, making use of the phrases "'de even to decay like decent, self- membel.ed the gan-ni old ,..���.,��� waa
"When these murderers are gone" I respecting countries under bondage, entG1,e(, for a Transatlantic race for
and "Anyone who is not a patriot is ' hinn is a fine example ol the glories ���������������..��� yachts and made quite a
a Boche!" '���'' pacificlsm.-Detroit Free Press.       g00d showing  among    the  younger
Tlie   letter being intercepted, she ���;-���-���; _  und larger boats, though not the first
wns arrested  und  heavily fined. Government Will Buy no More Horses! ,��� ,.,,.���.;, ,,���, ,.,.,,
"Why do you cull us Bodies?" ask- The governnieni does not intend j '|*|M, staunch old boat now fitted
ed the commandant petulantly. purchasing any more horses for mill-J wllli    sleam,    though    retaining her
"Why, because you are Bodies," tary purposes in Canada (luring thej masts und spurs for sailing, paid a
retorted the young girl spiritedly, summer, This was slated In the house | visit to Montreal harbor four or
"You look like Bodies, you speak In reply to an opposition question, nve years ago. under the command
like Bodies, and you act like Bodies." There are l.Tiih on hand in tho var* of her noble master, who is a  prop-
'I've a good mind to send you to. ions divisional areas, erly qualified
sea captain,
Sunlight Soap has a high standard o( purity which is backed
by a $5,000 guarantee. If a
soap has no standard there is
noteason why it should always
be of uniform quality, always
contain the best materials or
be anything like as good as
the soap with a standard.       .^fPF
_    Scents
Sunlight Soap
Must   Not   Feed   Germans
j    Polish organizations   In   the Cult*
i ci   Slates   having    approached    the
; British   government   to  permit   provisions and clothing to enter Poland
for the Inhabitants   of the districts
devastated  by  the war, Sir E. Grey
j has  replied   lhal  il   is  impossible  to
, discuss such    an arrangement until
Germany and Austria have prohibit*
| ed  llic  export   of all  foodstuffs  from
i Hussian  Poland,    and    have guaran-
! teed  thut  native slocks of foodstuffs
i Khali not be drawn upon to feed Hip
occupying armies.
"The   water  looks  awfully   cloudy.
Norn,   Did you filter it?"
' 'ho filter's oul of order, mum, but
11 ran It tlirougli the meat chopper."
W. N. U. 1098 I
To women who are suffering from some form of
woman's special ills, and have a constant fear of breaking
clown, the three following letters ought to bring hope: ���
North Cranclon, AVi-t. ��� "When I was 16 rears
ohl 1 gol married and'nt is years I gave Wr'th to
I wins and it lefl me with very poor health. I could
it,a walk across the floor without having to sit
down to ivsi and it was hard for ine to keep about
and do my work. 1 went to a doctor and lie told
me I had a displacement and ulcers, and would
luive lo have an operation. This fright,-ned me so
lniieli llull I did not know what to do. Having
heard of Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I tlioiieiti i would K''ve it a ttial and it made me as
Jw ell as ever. 1 cannot say enough in favor oi the
Pinkham remedies."���-Mrs. Mavme Asbaoh, North Crandon, \YU.
Testimony from Oklahoma.
Lav-ton, Olda.���"When I began to take Lydia E. ?':���.' ham'a
Vegetable ('orapound I Beeinetl lo 1-e good for nothing. I tit. :11 u.sily
and had headaches much of the time and was irregular, I look it again
before my little child wus born and it did me n wonderful amount of
gooclatthat time. I never fail to recommend Lydia K. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound to ailing women because it has done so much
for me."���Mrs. A. L. MoCasland, I-vj Have St., Lawton, Ukla.
From a Grateful Massachusetts Woman, f
Roxbury, Moss,*���"I was suffering from inflammation and was examined by u physii Ian who found
that ray trouble was caused by a displacement,
My symptoms wore bearing down pains, backache,
and sluggish liver. I tried several kinds of medicine; then I was asked to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound. It has cured me and I am
pleased to be in my usual good health by using it
nnd highly recommend it. ���Mrs. B. M. Osgood,
1 Haynes Park, Roxbury, Muss.
If you want special advice writ* to l.yilia"
I*. I'iiii.iiiini jMcdicine ('o. iconfidential) Lynn, Mass. Your
letter will In- opened, rend and -.n.we.td b> it *-vniuu uud Ueld
in strict confidence^
i.'-^.'_r?j^-W iiii
The Courtenay Review
Ami t'omox Valley Advocate
A  Weeky  Newspaper,   Publshed  al
* Courtenay, B, 0
The Agricultural Credit Bill will
prove a splendid asset for not only
the fanners, but the whole province
of H. C. if it is mil by men practical at the business, instead of a lot
N. II. Bodsj", MUor aud Proprietoi |of   government   grafters.    It's no
use having prac'.ical fanners on the
board without men of experience
in the commercial ot selling part of
Subscription Si.Mi per War iu Advance
THURSDAY, Al'kll, 20, 1916
Cows and Horses
the business us well. I lectured ill
Tasmania over 20 years nj.',o on apple packing from the market point
  and quoted ti man in the   crowd in
The horse and cow nuisance has u   London   market,   pointing Ion
nlrendy   commenced   this   season, slack of apples���a well known hou-
A large baud of horses nre roaming est   pack   shouting   lo me on the
around the streets   nt   tin ii   own rostrum that he   couldn't   wail till ���**
sweet will frightening women  and  thev came under the hammer,   and   Another shipment of lutlics Iriimned ami
children, and  otherwise  annoying  he was taking so many boxes, Lav-        "''" ''' ��'wenr lm*s "ow "" '"'w
the patient   householders,    Large ing tne to charge hint top   auction
droves of cows and voting  cattle price what the retnnltidet   realized.    . ,
have also   apparently   come   from  Wouldn't talk like this appeal   to ^?rff,.?l." ^niKh k,il1 n,Kf. .Su?m
, 1, ,.   , , , ���,.,,,, , , '" ;l"  the new  shades, nl��o white hull
nowhere lo make a   home   in   the the    B. C. apple   growers   better ��.������������ i-iack  corded back and  black with |
heart of the city,   They   are fond Ihnn government   literature?���Cri white stitching
of calling wherevet   a  particularly tic,
itidtistriotis citizen 1ms cultivated a -���*>���*���
Ke'o.fe always k"���  have I       Easter Vestry Meeting        i^JS^St XlZr^Z'
been there,    Now these animals do   lur and cuff sets
not all belong to citizens of Court ! The annual vestry meeting for
enay, There are not over a dozen the parish of Sandwick and Court-
cows owned in lown, and but three em*V v\ as heklon Monday in the New spring styles in Indies footwear in
01 four horses belonging to citizens phi Hoard of Trade room at Court* gun metal, vici kid, patents wiih cloth
are allowed out at nil Surely the I etiaj'. nt:d was well attended, The lop lu black, fawn mid pearl at popular
citizens of Courtenny do not have | Vicar appointed Mr, K U. Hurford SneXtC^aeelr'iimi buUo!!
to he inconvenienced by a lot ol as his warden for the ensuing year white cnnvn.s shoes, pomps iu gun metal
fanners cattle all our lives, If we iu place of J. 13, Bailey who resign- vici nml patent witli low ami medium
sent our animals out to prey   upon ('t' owing to his military duties. heels
the farmer's lands we would soon Mr. I licks-beach was re-elected
hear about il Why should we!as peoples Warden. For St. Johns
suffer their animals to prey upon th inch Mr brock ws appointed
us. In alniosl any other place in!Vicar's Warden, and Mr, Cook as
the domiroin farmers are required people's warden. In addition the
to keep their animals   upon   their  lolh    ing wok-  selected   upon  the   Knitter neckwear in (lowing ends, Derby
The very highest quality seeds���carefully tested lor use in llritish Columbia, Owing to present conditions, sect shortage is expected throughout Dominion.   Order l*Al"l,Y it you wish prompt supply
CLOVERS (all kinds)   (1RASSES    TIMOTHY (99 1-2 p.c. pure)
All kinds of Vegetables such ns 'I'm nip, Mangle, Carrot, Sugar
Heel, etc., etc. Also full line of Seed Grains, including leading
varieties of Wheut, (.lats, Hurley, Rye nnd I'cns
Look   for   Circle   "V"  Trademark   on
each bag.   ORDER WITHOUT 0   LAY
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Telephone 33 !���'. Movll-, Mgr. Und oi Ilriilge
Men's  Dept.
.'I bill   wine   I
lows   111
Shirts iu   siik   und silk   mixtures, black
' while stripes.    Also   tlle   new sport
e open neck und  convertible collm
shiii with tart
own inn,Is, or if they graze upon church council, Messrs. Jackson
the highway they must be in 1'.. Duncan, W. J, McQuillan, G,
chargeof acapableherdsman.These Hardy, aud !���', Everett. The Lay
animals have destroyed more prop- representatives to the Synod will
erty in Courtenay than thev are be Messrs, V. Blackenback and I,.
worth.   Why not kill them off?     I Hickman,    After the formal  busi-
       _.��_..���. Iness was over tea was served by the
ladies .'mil then an address was
In the event of compensation be- given by the Vicar, who reviewed
ing granted it would be interesting the work of the year. Din ing the
to know who is to get the money, course of his remarks he stated tli.it
In many cases the actual license since last year there had been 301
holder is onlv llu holder, the hotel services held in the three chinches.
belonging to a liquor wholesaler or and 102 celebrations of lhe Holy
brewer, ami bul for trouble with Communion.
the transfer of the license, thej During the past year a third
holder would have long ago given . chur-h ���.,,. bee-,, |miu jn , iK. mission
way to some   nominee ol   the real' district, of Grantham,   where   ser-
proprietors. It is an aclute move! vjces were f.rst lletd twelve years Campbell's made to order clothing. A
on the part o! the wholesalers und --- This chin he was opened in large rouge of samples to choose from at
brewers to sell     Ollt     an     industry   i,,,���. ,,,, - h,   At,*li,lpni-r-ii   Sei-ic-u l-npul-.il prices
Invictiis   shoes   in   the newest   lasts in
vici, gun   metal mid   patent with  fancy
vesting tops
PUBLIC NOTICK Is hereby given Ilml
nil   properly   owners  III   Ibe  City
In   the   Supreme   Court   of
British Columbia
In tlie Mallei ,d Jolin Unrily, Deceased,
nnd in lln-   .Mattel ,,( liie   Adilllnls-
trntioti Act.
AKli SI I'J'ICii thnl  by order ol hit
I lotiotu ,   |tulge Hit lor, nn,<lc   lhe
ml ,l.n ol March,   A, D,   1910,    1 was
appointed Administrator to nil nnd sing
gul'ir the IJstiite "I J,din Hardy, Decens
ci I, and all pail if. 11:.'villi;  claims against
tlie  said I'.siate   nre Iii u hj   required to
Im nisli uiiiiie, properly   vei died, lo   me
, 1 l.i-l Ibe 15th due ol   May, 1915,
must remove all   tin  cans,   rubbish nml   Ami nil parties   indebted lo   sulci I'slule
debris   from   their    properly   and   the , nl, required to pn\   lln-am,unit   of llleii
streets niljoi g  tin ir   property within ' indebtedness to tiie (orlhw ilh.
leu days In nu date, s.iiur lo bo'deposlled I WKSbKY WI 1,1, A I' 11,
where   dirccUil   by   the   City.    If   llic| Official Administraloi
terms of this   nnlice   are in,1   complied j Dated   nt   Coiirlenuv   tllis   1st    Day   ol
wilh .such rubbish   will be   removed  by
the Citv and all   c.sts thereof  charged
against the various properties,
W. A,  VV. HAMKS,     ;
C.til.C. I
Courtenay, April 26, 1916. I
April. A. H. 1916,
Courtenay   -  B. C.
IN Till; MATTER, of an application
for u [resit Certificate ,,( Title to Sections
Twenty-six (26) aud Thirty-five (35,i,
C,un,in District, britisii Columbia,
intention nt the expiration of one
cnlauder month from the lirst publication hereof to issue a fresh Certificate ol
For  Sale
QTORE   shunted at corner  Union St. j Title  in lieu  of the  Cerlificnte of  Title
k_J   ami   Cuuiberlnud   Road,  40 x IJ".   issued to Reginald   Terry  Cnrwithen on
,, ,       .        .    , ,   , ,1 DESIDENCE. Particularly fine house
Hats and caps in the newest shades and   j\   Best iu town, on   Auderton   Ave.
Splendid   business   location,    2   storey   llu'   ''l'1   day   of   November   1871,   ami
frame building   .is .\ 60 ft., with   work-   Numbered 372A, which has been lost.
shops and sheds, all in good condition, Dated at  lhe   baud   Registry   Office,
Victoria, it. C, this   2nd ,lav of   March
strar General of Titles
Lots 5 iiii-l 6, Block   11. 7 looms,   bate-j
meiit,   bath,   toilet,   water   installed in ]
house;   gasoline   pumping   engine, nice            ....    j	
lawn and garden, chicken and outhouses, :
Any reasonable offer for either or both  ESTATE   OF   WM.  LEWIS,
oi these properties will reieive favorable r*.3"'r"'I" A cr,r*��
consideration.   Apply: L*Jt_CE,A_"j__,
JAMES ROY. ' ��� ���
211 Pacific Building, Vancouver, It. C.
Notes by the Way
would always be   missed,   the   lute
Mrs. 0. Duncan.
At St. John's thechurch had been
PURSUANT to Section 27 ol the Trustees Act,   notice  is  hereby  given
' lhat Letters Probate to the last Will ami
I Valley      He also proposed   a   vote ps'am.nf. of Win   Lewis late of Courte-
.   ,      , ,      ... , , ���       -,-     liny, II. C, who died on the 1th [nnunn
I of thanks to the Vicar and his Wile jgfg   ,d i\,iii-lci:av  aforesuid    were is-
for their won-   during   the   year,  sued out of the   Supreme  Court of Brit'
After a    brief   reply   the   Vicar  i-li Columbia on the 2_nd day of  Marc!
closed the meeting with   the bene-  L9.1.6'!toT1.1.omas ,u��r,*an '.' ""' ci'v. "
,., ,      , , I'tiue io t5 by Archdeacon Scriven,
which has become less profitable and was the gift of a clergyman in
than it u<e,\ -a be and should the Bngjand ,���.,,.���- .;._ ,.ost Jf clear-
present or any other Rovemine.it!ingtheKite|Vlllieof iabour- iml
go to the people with compensation the .lil|ti|] ,������ 11k. ���llHldl _.,,������ l0
inc tided hi heir platform, they a sum equal to the cost of the build-
w.,1 never return, that's all. i���gl aml this was lhe   gift   of the
 _���..��*.��_  residents ol Grantham.   The Vicar
also pointed out that  much  additional labour had been expended by
,,,,,. ,        ��� the builder, Mr. S,   Tavlot,   ns a
"Reader     in    votir   last    issue ,,���',, ,    f',,     ,      ,
...ii I, donation to the wotk ot the church
iiu,'l, - Irom what li- had  read o er
r. ��� signature in the   Province, but      A tr,P"te ";!S P*��c- -" tlle   work
tl .- fact of him not stating so, read   which Mr- L'  Jacl        "       '  ���   :
ersol the Review who don't    take conducting the services on Sunday
ti"  Province  wouldn't understand afternoons, a work which is shared
what he was'talking about.    Any*  bv the members of his family at the  j*���**"!I"���, "^SfJ""!'!   ,},���l    Mr. and  Mrs.   J. II.   McMillan! April 1916, after which date said Execu-
"         "'���' '       '���'    Dact��aaDee��g^^��l,    but    t��e|leftonWednesdayfor   prince Ru-  tor will distribute the  assets of  the Es-
late amongst the parties entitled thereto,
having regard t" the claims of which he
"\anaiino, the  sole   Executor  appointed
under said Will.
All persons having claims  against the
Estate ol   tlie   said   William   Lewis. ,1
ceased, arc   herein-   required to   forward
parlieubirs ol their   claims duly   v.*rifie,t
...,.,, . , and  oltiie   nature  "1 the  securities (if
I. N, Mcl.e-id,  road    Sliperillteu-   am.) held by them, to  the said   Thomas
dent, has moved to Courtenav.        I morgan, on or   before   the 29th   day of
'���"''*"*-""���""""""���    ���.       ,.,.,,,   :��� n,_ c������ i.,,.   .,],,���,i     ,.t,. oae;^ nun oeeti "ta etieti.    out    tie,,  , ,.
win it is a satisfaction and   gratifi    org '.      * ��Jul la     sc loo       t iulerior still needed ..inch  to  com* left ��n M
cation to me that he is the   first to' A driving shed   -_   to   Im   erected Nothnut would  be  done Pert'
-,- -    ti,   .���..-���ie ,,,**   ;���,.|,���*    nf shortly for which funds are now in -    ., '������    "���''''���"fc. v-ouw  ne   uuiie .
criticize the yards, not   menes,   ot - until funds were iu hand to pay for ,   '    . J
, ���������-..,! ,,,:,u,.,-   u'nicli 1 have   con-  nana. .     . , , ._..__,....    ,    bund is n
II,   Ellison    whose   tins-  S1_-.H theni have received notice, and will
printed matter   which I have   con-  '-ana. r    ]n     ue,    "^"-"~tinl,'"^\ | baud is at the front has letl    West  not be liable for the assets or   anv part
|,,buted l0 ,;��� Province   n���d other      Purning to the old parish church   J ^l\\,��lt'��:\^&Si^i^mheri.nd and tuken up her res,- ^^.tg^^^ ot
papers ou   id   the Courleuay   Re- Mr. Lay cock pointed out tat con-   iacyue jn the streneth needed,        I     . ,e. at S.ou!lel*n/' . .,    .,   '    Dated this 24th day of March, 1916.
view for tiie past two year
I will sklerable work had  been   done   to
lackiug in the strength needed,
Reierence was made to Uiesplen
deuce at Courtenay.
Aid.   T,   ]���'.   banks   accidently
.,,:  , why I admire   and have  the structure during the past vear-   dia W(irk ol lliL'^Vo^neti's Auxilutiv  nlf tht'ro!>1'��f the M:'roc'','i   l'".'1'1"  SoUeltor -or T*-oums Morgan, Executor.
iate of the Costermon- The root   had   been   strengthened
which and repaired, the tower  had  been   '.'.'.
been an associt
gi - - Inr the past   35 years
,'o-Mi sort of man   	
kn iw that there were such   arist"   effected, ami a new stained window
c.  '- living in  Courtenay.- Critic   inserted in   nic'iiorj    of   one   who
of which the parish has a large am
.  ing on Wednesday, receivin. injur
ies that will cause him to becoufiu-
*'*��� - ���   -,        ��� ., i-li   ���-���' ��"g branch, also tt junior branch     , .   .,    , ,-        ,-      , ^-.^..v-   -a- 1    .> >>.>-.---<
UratlMU   alow repaired, and the tower re-shtngled   .,.,,��� ^||uhv    ,      , ed .0 the house for a tew days GRIEVE     and   DARGIE
[ really didn't Various internal repairs had been  ers. but two more teachers are   ur-'    plve Chlnese   were   arresled   -" VJ1Y1-L' T ���"    aMU   EJi-iiwiiMa
gently needei
tlie early hours of Tuesday   morn-
Escr-jimalt   &.   Nanaimo   Railway
Good toing April 19, 21 and 24, return
limit Apl, 25; fare and one-fifth for round trip
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Victoria and  Way^ Stations
RETURNING���Arrives at Courtenay at
16:10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Steamship tickets on till lines to all ; -:.(
of the world. For particulars etc., address
Dill. pM-CDfer Afr-nt, Victoria
Agent Courtcnajr, iliooc KliO
, ,    | inc; by Provincial Constables   Mac-
Lhe \.car spoke ol help given by   _,*   u     d R Thfi CMnk_
various people- during the past yea. .,    fce Po|k_ Cmin   ,_,���
aud expressed his grateftt   thanks, i ".   .,      ,     ������.   ��� , ,,,
.   ,'      ���,,!.,   ,i    i on in the   dav ami   were   charged
and also paid a tribute to the  argc     ... , ���    "      ���	
,',,.. , '?,    with .smoking opium.
"u;n',Ll,"1   -^""^ *���>"���  with farewel,,,bil{,quet ,vasundered
others, have gone to he front from  M    j. H. MacMillan ou   Monday
ihc   pansh.   6ome   have   already        ,'    h    h        , _f Xo
made the great sacr.fice- d N�� (; Mj|K.s ,������,���,,,���  luember���
Father, in thy gracious keeping lf ,    w_st Cumberland ,*,,,���,.
Leave we now thy servants sleep-     y]].    MacMlllan   was   preseuttd
,,, "lj; ,,,,,,, ,    with a   handsome  travelling  suit
Alleiwards .Mr. C. Jacks,ui spoke ,    _, ..    ��� ,i .
.. ,    ,       .. J       ,     '   ,     ease ns a mark   ot   appreciation,���
a tow words annul the work   at the  , ,     ,
,-.     ,i _ _ ���       ,        Islander.
Grantham missicn church   and explained some of the difficulties, nnd '
told of some tokens of Divine blessing which showed how much   such
a work was needed,   He also expressed Ids satisfaction at tlie spirit I
of harmony in the parish,   und   in
the relations existing between  the
mother church of St.   Andrew and j
the mission district of St.  Mary.
Mr, J. 1!. li. ih y was the last
s] i aki; and lestifl d to the valuable
work done by Mr. Hicks*Beach as
the people's warden during the past
year, and stated his hope that after
the war is over he will be able to'
return and again live in the Co   ox
Ice Cream
Tobacct s
Swan's Old Stand, Courtenay
3 Lots North Arm Burrard Inlet
400 feet from Beach, 12 private summer
residences already built nearby, I need an
automobile, model or condition  no  object
_    ,
-**   *.
Letter to the Editor
Editor Courtenay Review
Sir, ��� My motto being ''never too
old to learn," I've done my level
best to see eye to eye with my
friend the Rev. A. Hischlager, but
am sorry I cannot do so, because
be has failed to disprove that Prohibition wherever it has been tried
has been a farce tu d economic disaster,   He   mentions Russia,   but
I tun in the Canadian Engineers, our
present whereabouts we are not at liberty to divulge
ashes, cans and other   clean refuse
in front of the city hall inr   a    few
When 1 saw the address in   your note  *���">'*��� !,na a_J> cit,iz"'"s ��f, Court,uny
it brought back old memories,   i enlist-1 arc required to have their  premises
ed in North Vancouver last July under
Capt, Ward, Altera short stay of two
Hioutha iii Ehiglahd we were sent over
here, I hope ymi will pardon ine writ-
lug to you an utter stranger like this,
hut ymi good people who are doing your
best to keep us boys over here, appear
like unseen friends to me so I shall
ramble ou ill illy letter ol thanks.
Things are going well witli ine, thank
what bearing bus that on the   Pro-  J'���'   '."V"' t.,,e m': " is (?r.,u*01'S *"���*���."
cleaned up within ten day
Accounts amounting to $42.15
were passed and ordered paid iu
connection with repairing the toad
in trout of J, W, McKetuie's
The horse and cow question  was
then the theme of a long discussion
but it was impossible to   get a mo
tion passed to   take steps   lo  have
11.-         ,         ,          ,     .    .      1     factory to be here after enlisting than to Hip ontistahle imnminrl   tie off,,ml.
hibitiou referendum   about   to   beke eiSeWhere    "������'������������'.��� ��-*  ��� onsi.tou  '���" 1   uuu   tin. oiieiui-
subinitted to the   B,   0.   Electors?,
feels   that   we are ,
ectorsf I really doing something  that counts out mganunais,
Absolutely none whatever.    Russia  here.    Nuturally the   trench life   In bad       Ex-lid,    Johnston    wanted    to
has not restricted the sale' of ordi- weather is not to be envied.    Minor ac- know what steps he  had to lake to
li'i'rv alehoHe  bevei-mes    the  onlv �����,.a ate   *ak.!'8   p'",'e  ""   *"le  U"le'  Bet permission to blast stumps ninl
nary aiLiiouc   oeveinges,  tne  oni* , ;rll     s w        ,      Germans, s never ,    ,'   ,,,,.   .     ,   ���   .,     ,,'
alcohol    thev   have   restricted   is long at rest,   Shell   lire,   rifle  fire and lo8f ��u,llls    Uml, 1,,M,U'    tllL'l,t>
Vodka, which we call Whiskey, and trench mortar are continually  inaction, which he   was   clearing.    It   was
that is what  Eueland   will  event- ou* w<* ***'e llow "'''*' *�� s've *)**c*" .i,ls*llfl thought that the fire wardens could
Ii'illv do silica I l'���v,l'(,cnn>clnsl>e    ��>���*������� with   a   little lidded   lis   interest.   give till! required Permission.
uauy uo since _,ioyti,ueoigenasDe- Somet mes we are out at n git on work. '   *,,   .*.���,'��������� ���,      ,,   , ���
come the greatest distiller  in   the i���R parties it  is Verv luieresiia. star     Aid. Aston gave notice  that re
world, but just now he is too  busy .-hells light up the place like day,   Rifle would bung in a bylaw  regulating
innking  vliiskcv   pellets   for   the Are Is iwnal from  Hie  snipers al  night fires and blasting at the next meet-
t\ mi        ���        t      i:t      'ninl there is generullv  ti little   sliraiuiel ;,,,,
Germans,     I be price  of   whiskey to liven IhlniJa  upn/hil.   The  descrin-      U
being much greater ihntl beer there tion I have given   applies to the   life in
would naturally be the   saving   bis general    ol   course   when a big   ncllou
Reverauce mentions and  the  pro- Ulla'9 i''"'r ������''" *''���������''���'" "'"1  ���"���tierac-
,     ,���   ���,       ,- ,  , ,      1    .  ..       c,inuts in tin- press ihui I cull   deserihe
diicttvitvoi labour greater because     Uluslwvel��� ,iult,  wk o(  K���,���\ ,m
a ituiii can work better by drinking a, r.   t went  to  Vancouver  in   1906,
beer than whiskey, leaving in the fall   for   Prince   Rupert,
[do hope  lhe' Rev.    Bisehlager which   was at   that llinu just a camp of
Will conic to   the   sunn:  concllisi 111 ^'I'bvay siir
,   Ski'cua Kin,
thut luindredsol tin* wisest men and  iarni!t\ 1,, v
women of the day, some now aloft  around 11. C
an,I others still below, have   done
thai it is against human   nature t,
ul   up   lhe
irn "'""! 'j""'  11"","\   for electric light,
nicer.    I   have   worked       ,IM        i(f j* f
'er sine
Ud, McKenzie gave notice that
he would bring in a bylaw at the
next meetiii; to amend   (lie hades
license b\ law.
Tiie street traffic bylaw received
iis third leading.
The board of works was instructed lo have tli'* new city hall wired
���isilcl   Vie
Pile matter of the contribution to
.    , .   , I was up at the Wallace   fisheries,    'old
reform a man oitllllSdrillk question storage, Alberni Canal.    II seemed   like
by law, and lhat he will join forces ;, present from li <��� when I  found your
with me without delny to make out ""h inside the sucks you so kindly sent,
tin agenda of remedial measures and there nre nboul forty  H. C. bovs in our
.   ' , ,     .      , , liltli* couinuiiv of one hundred and sixty
reforms to be submitted to the pec ; Btroll(.    We *oineil ,hc. 5th nielt* Co. at
pie.    I feel sure some of these sug" . North Vancouver hut we were reorganlz.
gested remedies    would    force    the led at   Ottawa,   our   Headquarters,   and
ladies to acquiesce when  they   saw  f,or��l��! int" ''���":  Pr**"*.'*t  Army
,, ,', . ,       .   Co.   In conclusion I wish t,, convey niv
that it would mean enjoyment and |llmnks u, _ou for _out p,.esenf -.-_-1.i.-��m 1
recreation for them, as well as their  have received, should lie acquainted with
husbands, and in a few years there I any person  who is engaged  upon thi
toria at various times, but   the nearest I   tlle band fund was  again   brought
have lien i,, Campbell River was when  Up ttl._ j( was intimated that about
$800 had   been   subscribed   which
will be available shortly.
School Report
froop      Primary room,    Enrollment
would be no lotleriug men  on   lhe
Courtenay, B, C, April 26, 1916,
average attendance   27.    Interme
diate room, enrollment 26,  average
attendance 22,    Senior   room,   en
noble work, please convey the thanks oi   rollllient 20, average attendance 19,
Tlle advanced   grade was   teste,1
grateful Tommy to them.
I wish vou success ill vour   tuidertak-
Campbell River
Some timeago Miss Lillie Thiiliu
slipped tt note inside a sock which
she had made for the Red Cross
Society for  the   soldiers.    A   few
Yours si
1,A.\CK -Cl
Ki'.  P. G. Cou.KV.
Council Meeting
111 English, Literature, Composition and A'gebra, Tlie percentage
is reported.
Thomas McQuillan  65
The Preliminary grade was tested in Composition, Arithmetic, Algebra aud Geometry,
Ethel Sutton    72
Leila Carroll  67
A special meeting of the  cotinci
was held on Tuesday evening.
The Mayot and .ill Aldermen ex- Ceorge Millard   _i
lays~-go~-he'received the fol.ow.n_: cePl Ald- C?rro11 were l���f-111.    . Annie Cn,m]] 55
'I'he meeting was   called   pruici- Norman Janes ,51
uiewhere in Belgium, pally for  the   purpose   of opening Catharine Glazbrook 4S
March 25, 1916  tenders for painting tlie   city hall. LiluBoden .,48
1 :"������ Ttinliu. Two v-ere recieved, one from  John Evis Slaughter  46
gentian, b^ <��-��/"��- ,   The Senior  Fourth   Grade   was
your  personality I assume  such   is tlie  Ed. Creech at $91.    After a  leng- tested IU History,   Literature, IIy-
case. 1 thy discussion   it   was   decided to giene, Grammar,   Arithmetic   and
Firstly let me thank  you verv  kindly  award tlle :���*, to ,*le lowest tender- British History.
'���"��������� ii '   ���-������;�����  ���������>��� I Some of the Aldermen wattled Mary Sutton. 65
to have the wo'k done by day work Thomas Menzies
re ti
cks 1 received   touij'lit oil my
ur billets.    A   note  enclosed,
rhicli I will   send enables me to nave tlie wo'K aotie uy oay won*    1 nomas  menzies   54
to. rite.,  tew words ol thank-,  to you but it was pointed out by some'that- Molly . obertson.  53
for tour very kind action,   please accept jt was scarcely f.,j.. r,fler having cal-   Claude Pioyart  5-5
these   few   hues as   a  p j.r . at-eiup' *�� U_d for lenders. Mi e  Leiglltoti .,5,
thank  one  ui  our  benefactors Irom  -> ...........
here's an
Contains absolutely the correct
proportions necessan to hasten
a sturdy growth���nothing more
Royal Standard
Mills Chick Food
Will nol "scour" young chicks,
cuisine, mortality Contains
neither dust nor waste. Is not
cheapened (or snle purpose.
Sec u t. i Scully  compounded;
COIltaillS   Special    Hijfll    '''fade
Meat Scraps, which have Protein Value oi 7."   .
Feed tllis to your Chicks
Watch Splendid Results
Phone 33 End ol Bridge
F. Movilz,  Mcr.
- ^r
ttttiiiii milium,
regard to, elail
that \"ii w, u',1
expect I 1 ,1 in
London's fore
most Military .
Tailoi s * 011 can
expi cl froi 1 us
\\ e can make
yen a complete
i.it within tlnei '
days and at a
remarkably low
Measun ttient
(01 in 1 01 1 pli-
catii n.
747 Yates St.. VICTORIA.B.C %
111111 -Trrrri"THTTrrrrrr-T<7;-rCV
Hi tel
B. C.
Comfort;   With   M ,de
���    1
|:,-t Wines
mill biqti.na
t. 1    ���: 1
Cumberland II  tel
' Good Accomodation
Wm. Merry field
Jean Menzies, ts
Hdvvnrd Boden .| 1
Edith  Fitzgerald 57
Henry Crawford 36
Walter Tratittnnn 22
I'lntuu V, Dannrd.
First Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steanititting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courteuay
Bxpert VVnlchmak, t   Qnal
s selling Spectacles a i E
glasses   from   % :. -0  ���   r ���    ���
Including sight t.esting   Much
_ye tested sep irately to ;"
correct vision
gratelul Tommy.
Citizens will be allowed to dump  Mary Hodgson  51
���.*=-w r'V^-^'T-i-^TV:.;.
Comox, Ii. C.
Kesl. Meals North of Naniatno,
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,   Prop.
Charles Wheeler
begs to nmioitncce
thai he lias opeeeO
The Elk Hotel Barber Shop
Cleanliness a Specialty
The Courtenay Jewelry Store
^ourten:,v;   Tailor
���������The Water Question
I      FOR  RENT
W Four (rood   Houses,
Ladies an
d Gents Suits
Suits $27 up
Pants $7 up
Slll'.s                   *...*
1','tnLs                 . .*
Skirts               ,2.i
Vests                .1"
In-, sses           . 5
������ *             1.7-1
Overcoats        ,73
1      '  oats         : ..'
i,cuts clothes k
Haney   I.   Kushida
.-, Unioi
I     e
. Ci in
I water    and    electric
light in each
Apply, MRS. WM.  LEWIS
Cannot be done any
or asy cheaper anywhere else in
B. C. than at the
API r,v TO
Sand arc! Gravel
K it s i    - ������ it :
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guarauteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
Blacksmith ard Carriajr** Build
j ._'_; ^..>'.  t^ttj-.-VHy, ty'-^* ���   ��� k���;,_j,..-_.-*v'.��,'_af_.g:_'J ���->'.-��� ���' -,'./,
Get "More Money" lor your Foxes
Mnskrat, White Weasel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolves,
Marten and other Fur In ers,  II      '... ,      ,eaion
SHU' TOUR F1IIS Dirt EC 1  lo"S]
taouse In the World deallagexcliisli  ly In NO
" rellable���resi* ���     ile   safe KurHousc
utAtlon extstinff for "more than n thlrdofai .'.
cestui record ofse_dln��� Fur Shippers pi     : ,S   TJSI  '-  ''-'���  ,'
AMI PROFITABLE returns.   Write t\>r "Ciir ibtnitiin e-lwuur "
the only reliable, accurate market repori and ��� rl elistpubl
Wrii- l���r It���NOW���"t'�� FREE
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I   _
Ward,Loci i   (".'
the ninu who hail round his way Into
tlie   earl's house, Ingratiated himself
wiili lho I'ainily tuiii sueceedeil in win
ntug one of iis diiuglitcrs in niariiage,
was u scoiuiih'el well known lo (tie
Russia Has Rig
King   Presents   Horse   to  Government
King Qcorge Iibb presented to the
Canadian  government    I'or  remounl
breeding purposes the famous stallion
\niner.   This is ihc horse Hint slrucis
ninl  killed  the suffragist,   Miss  Lav ill
Such ihiin,*, culil  noi  In-,  .mil lain! ison,      who   run   onto   tin-   truck   and iHas   Sufficient   Stored   in   Siberia   to
Basiling, receiving ihe words of the clutched his bridle In the Derbj three I Last Two  Years
detective   with  nu   angry  sian-  ami  u   years ago.    lie is    i\  years old.    Ilisj
isi., backward slon us ir from nu un- 'sire, I'lorl.e] II., was a full brother lo j
Paul.Payne was astonished at the devotion shown to Ills (laiieeoby lhe people "u the Wintersanil estate, and he
expressed his feeling to her one day
when he had accompanied tier on n
���isii to u cottage where there lived an
el,I woman who was one of her especial friends, She had insisted on Introducing Paul to "Granny Balrd," and he
had been so charming ihai the old womun .seeineil inclined to transfer her
affection from I,a,ly Ursula to her li-
Lady Ursuhi told him so, with much
glee, lis they walked toward the Hull
Paul Payne, always courteous and
gentle, seemed to bo louched with emotion quite unusual with him as he answered:
"There's no fear oi that.    The old
Superintendent lied,line, made uo attempt lo follow him. tm seeing lhal
the  informal ion   was  ill  received, h
i anil surmises in
fortunate young i
know nU';   she love,
I.iitlv Ursula smiled witli Hint rati!
British Have Most Powerful Explosive
, , Lyddite    is    probabl'     lhe    most
ew __!, i'i"* I      powerful  explosive   known    to  mini.
ptOCKS 01 LeFea_S  M is target composi ��� oiu' of the
  derivatives of coal tar. namely, pic-
rlc   acid.   To   convert   ami develop
tlie explosive properties of this now
discovery to tlie purposes of war was
The Petrograd correspondent of the  only  a   matter of time    and  experl
:������ i London Times savs that Alexander N,. inient for the expert   chemists.   They
clean   thing,  turned    abruptly,    and Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee, Her* L\_UniolT the new minister of agrlcul   did    ""'    'H*>0*'    '"  vllil1'    1("    thoy
stalked awn., anion.'; llio crowd. by mid St. Lelier winners for the late' h\*re, made his lirst appearance In lhe  found that by melting the plcrlo acid
King  Edward.    Aumer's dam, (luim-a L.,lmil Viilil .,��� |mpo..ta**| speech on ihe  crystals until ihey turned l#to a fluid
lien, was a famous brood mare. itusstiui food prices,   lie referred to of the constslenoy of cream, and then
            llio lessening of agriculture Blnce the combining this fluid with gun cotton
merely Balnted and wallted'away In his I UIU V FVFffilfllT  EAII fi  beginning ol the war and later to the  mehed  In  alcohol,    they got an  exit urn. leaving his words to be digested I ���������������  fcil-wlwl��l   I ��.*_�������! decrease in ihe herds of catHe. which  plosive more terrifying und tramend*
at the young vlBOout.t's leisure. ���   he regarded as the gravest reaturo of ous   in lis   destructive powers llian
And then, of course, ihey began to! Ily .. Specialist, ''I"' food situation, which In- hopes  lytlilnis else Itnown before or since.
stir Hie mosl  tinpleiisaiil    suspicions      Poor Right and bud i-fih are duo t��� Ilia   |''-'n*ed.\ In pari  i,\  forcing ihe substl   _���-_��,��i
ninii of ihui un- , mimp ,'iius,.-iici;i,.,'t.   wc neglect our teetti  union ���t minion, pork ami lish.  :'"> Groweis Guide saysthat
and they decay : we neglect our eyes, und      n   Naumoff esllmntod thai  the rise   Weslorn Canada cannot,    in view ol
���our _iB_| grows dim.   Must ,,,.���,.io lct.ow , .    ,.,  '   ..,,'' ,, "'", *"' ,"s    lho seitrclly of   h.dp and    Hie small
IK* saw.  in  lhe  lirst   place,  lhat   he , liow  'eservc llinlr leetli,   few know {J."       I""1'. "'   necessities   has   been , \ ,, ���,������ ���'      (1������(.   ���,���-��� ,���
luul done wrong in treating ihe Inform* < *o*t lo <lo tor llielr eyes.     Borne   wbe . B7 uc- cut. In Kussla, as compared to  '    '   '.'        ,   ���' ,   ,   no   i e' 11. or,
alio,,   in   this  contemptuous' manner.   KJ! jXV.rS ��?m J',-''',!'', -'^''; I-'' l-r cent- iu ttennauy Kinphusi.i,,';'"'   ' "       '
The officer could have no possible mo- j upon them by modern lite, i  '"''',l '"' n"("' tranBporlulion faolli*
live for giving il. lo hiin hut lite wish      Our eyes need cine, and If wo rofuso lo   ties to help lho f I situation, the new
In lie of service to him in a most cliffl- ' -"'j? ," l0 ,,1"'"1 ',0 *,n,y, ""' I"""",''' "' , minister raid lhal there is stored at
enl, and terrible situation. If he was  deuu^ Si,"'l'i"' Block" "'' t'e,'ea,s
wrong���and, being lmmnn, he might uti out of a bun-red shoulil ime'twlco a sufficient to supply European Russia
have made u mistake lie had said tiny or oflonor la mode after ttilii proserin for two years, lie recommended lho
enough to expose himself lo a charge of ,"'"1 :   'J1"?]!! .5 ���ff���1"a '"ou-opm in  ;  construction of u    iion-nillo    railway.
r^lff^'VlSrSfflt.^.: ol!   ["{? . Kolcshetavnsk,, It, Pelropavlosk j
lays  Inuoiiuiintloil,   makes Ilia eyes  feel   ���-*���*-!l1' "Us region with Hie trunk linos
smooth anil lino as If well liiljrli'aleil. of the Siberian  railway.
Many who use It find hi llieli' great sin'-       ,,.. ,, ,i,., ,���  ' ,. , ,.:     ,.
prise ihal lliey ,i��� no ed ���.-las,',',.  Thej |    B>  "l:   employment ol prisoners ol !
regain perfeel sIbIiI and eye comfort.   Used
eui'lv  tn  Hi,, morning  ii   makes tin* eyes
fed fresh anil  smooth ;   used at  night   It
brings  comfort  aa,l   a   soothing  sense ol        .      .   _...,__.-
Bweel relief from strain.   Afler nu alllorao*   U"U'U11  I"11 l"lhl ���-���
btlo ride or a picture, show ; a day of dose.
liar,I work or an hour's reading thai llres I)   j   4: e /*
the eves. nil. application  ��r lids solution j lU'l'lllOII 01 l.l'ops
produce in ItllG anything lilts the croil
of 1015.
Cuo,I  lleav
nil al
libel, Ami knowing this, Lord l*astlln_
felt that lie hnd been ungrateful, to
say the least of it.
While  if he wns  rlgl
ens!     Whal  then .'
The young man grew
rihle thought.
For ti few short moments indeed he
.stood close by tlie bookstall, bewilder.
woman likes me because she doesn t e_( tortured bv sudden fears, and tin-
vou because Bhe ab*e t0 lllillk clearly.   If this horrible
1 story were true, he could nol allow his   ,
j sister to leave ISriglnnd In the company  1
ance which had come upon lier with | ot **ie ma_ slie ���,���,* married. She must
al all hazards learn that there was
war. refugees and soldiers, 0. Ntiumoff !
said,    ov, r    11   million   humIs   w ill   he
available shortly   in   liussia for nurl
her new love.
"The more she knows you Hie belter |SUspicion against him, she must be pre
Cranny will like you. Paul, just us 11 vented, by some pretext or other, from
do." she said gently. g0|ng uwav mlm t|,e matter had been
He shrugged Ins shoulders. fully gone Into.
"Perhaps  yoirre   nearer  the  mark j _        . ,    ,,���
than you think,' he said with an odd , , , ,
touch of i-estlessiiess a da lone she ���
scarcely  understood. n,    1      me       . brother-in-law to ac-
"ow ''"tt"''   ban you will when    01      >_     B,    | k ,fl
ioiow   ue hcte.     11  a I, 1 01 a   a,I lot,   , . ,      ,. , ,,,
,..., be apologies, explanations,   delibera*
jouKnow. Itions, there might bo indignation, ex-
sne snook net ne,i, . .,,   j postulation, amazement;    but    there
���Don t say silly things to me.   she ^ i|ssu,pcl|v |)0 ������ KOum|al.   No.
''���They're no   I Uy, they're true," sold i bod't?.0*"" '," m^" " lu'?Y   '?��� l!'e
1 1,., t,,.,,,~n ovnn-o world that he lias been mistaken torn
new,,! a sun iged"   ess scoundrel,  und  least  of all a bride-
She looked at him w,th !���. usual di- \m gojng ._,ay wlU] Ws brtde  0_
'""if"'";, lu,,, been-whal you say vou \\"e otl5er !,aIU"' supposing ,he story to
11   u,    ,11 ,,. . 1 some way oul ol the tangle
are,   she said simply,   .Mr. 1- itch would | ,���������,,.��� ,���,������,   .,*__.     ,���_.���,     ������.,
nol have taken
pie, would not I
friend of 'ours."
He seemed on  the  point of saying
methhig more, but changed Ids mind,
soothes, comforts ami   rests llic eyes.
l'our druggist can iill Hits prescription, .
or the Talmas Drug Co of Tord-to will nil   Sequence of Annual Crops Necess,
II  for you,    Aar physician  familiar  .villi I     t0 Rctore the -soil tn it^ Orlnln ,
(he formula, even if he tins never praicrlbeil !     I0 "e-'��"- 'ne -*0M *o i-s ungtn.i
11. will it'll you ihui It.ls perfectly harm. I Fertility
 ,  Some Interesting experiments have
Visitors to the Rescue been carried out    In Saskatchewan In
Petty Officer VV. Bright and ship's   :;''"""ction  with    what is called  the
Sequence ol Annual ( rops, one result of which is to Illustrate clearly
thai in grow a crop of wheal takes
Immensely more nutriment out of the
soil than does the growing of anj
other crop.
Corporal W. c. Hathaway have won
the Distinguished' Service .Medal for
11 gallant deed in the trenches in
A   party  of  naval   men   were  on  a
visit 10 Ibe western from.   The enemv I
exploded several mines, and the local ln considering lhe Influence of the
position was ter a lime critical. The preceding crop on the yield of wheat,
handymen rose to the occasion. Two lhe following results are given for the
of ihem, seeing a Vlckers gun team year  1916:
knocked out, manned the gun 111 once.  Wheat nfler wheat M bit. Bltb
and   kept   ii   111  action,  while  others  Wheal   after flax 27 bu,   Mb
used rides     Tiie  position  was saved. ��� Wheal   after   peas '.'.2 bu.    71b
���  'Wheal  after potatoes 311 bu. 251b
!��� MAKING GOOD" MAKES    ��� ������ ,'"'���" ��* '"'��� ����
mpiv. -Air. i-iten woiiiu i ���  ��� ,-, 1 r.r.--r.x-���-*.<���. Wheat after tallow 18 bu. 321b
you 10 his wife's pen-1 ����t be   0�����d   slim!.    dliecL    .,  a                           FRIENDS. simila,,., the  yip,���  of every othG1.
.esuchiinentlinsins.te'^.^ tetweonhudv   'ran a "nd ��� L J\���j��  ���5  of .^"f la>Un�� kl,ml "! ^ Wi's l'"1""'. [" b\n^r
swindler, and In the first moment 0f  [f1���* l'k'-'"making good.     After more when following a crop of_wheat on lhe
his    excitement,    It seemed  lo Lord 1  h����   0,- decades of popularity friends same ground, than  in  following any
Eastling that some means to make her \^e m panada are numbered by the 0 Her gain    Spring rye utter whea'
and fell back into ids usual tone, car
rssing. flattering, attentive, perhaps a
legally free, without loo much scandal
1 thousands.
yielded -*l bushels, .",S',.tb, after peat.
���'"���"'���'������ i""   ^    " lor too    ic ;    publicitv     nii"iii    nay I    Windsor.   Ont,���"I   have   used   Dr. j30 bushels, 15'ilh, and upwards untii
������ :-���      ���-;--,      And the subject  was I "ngt_bo found 5 | Pierce's remedies, Golden Medical Dis-! after    fallow    it  yielded 3*1  bushels
not re-opened.
Hid ii cause any misgivings to the Suddenly lie seemed to recover from
loyal-hearted Lady Ursula" 11 is very the stupefaction Into which he had
unlikeh*. '   *>een thrown, and raising his head, he
so tin y drifted alone lo the day of  looked about him at tlio crowd, search-
the   wedding, which was as quiet as  Ing for bis sister anil her husband,
possible. '���"'' 'le '1IU* 'ost siglit of them, and.
i.ord Gravenliurst, still undecided after a rapid glance round, he was
ss to the desirability of tlie bride- about to make his way to the departure
groom, left the task or giving ihe bride : platform, when be found Redding once
nway to his sen, and stayed at home nmre at his elbow.
villi the "nut. I    ���*'*ie officer looked good-natured and
Lady Ursula was married In the eon-  kindly,
venlional white dress, but changed in.     "I'm afraid I was rather too abrupt
,0 her travelling tlress, and caught an j my lord," he said.   "It's fairly knocked
early afternoon train lo London with J""*" over."
her husband and her brother, who was '���''"-��' words seemed to drive con-
to see them off at Charing Cross for viction of the truth into Lord East-
Paris, ling's brain with overwhelming force
It takes a joint of Beef
to make a bottle of Bovril.
.overy   and   Fav- 111 "4tt).    Potatoes after wheat yielded I
orite * Prescription,   168 bushels, 4 '..lb, after flax, """ hush- j
,   in my family over   els.   581b,  and   increasing  quantities I
%   fifteen years, with  after each kind of grain until potatoes
the verv  best   re-  after fallow yielded "-ll bushels, 60tb.
if suits.   I would Barley after wheat yielded 29 bushels,
���7   not.    be    without '."'.lb,  after  peas  30  bushels,   101b,
s them in my home, and In Increasing proportion until af-
jjj," 1    consider    they ter     fallow    ii    yielded  38  bushels,
W     have been n great 13*_lb.    Plax  afler  wheat  yielded   19
1/      saviDg ns I have bushels, 2TII1. after peas, 2:1 bushels,
had verv few doc
On reaching thai station, together
with his sister and brother-in-law, tlie
young viscount had ids attention
drawn by ihe sigh! of a London detective who had been down at Winter-
sand In connection with an attempt at
burglary during liie previous summer
Lord Last linn stepped aside lo speak-
to the detective, who asked him point
...... .-.j .*  -S'., Ih.   and   a   yet   larger   yield   of
tor  bills   to   pay. each grain: bul flax on fallow ground
I lake great   pleasure in recommending yielded 21  bushels 36*.lb,
ihem to the sick who are in need of sure :    ,��� 0CCnsi0nal   instances the results I
relief."-Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly,  120 wero   sub-ec( l0       ,., -.,mlences ,��� j
Glengarry Ave., Windsor, Ont. ,,���, v,.lv ot UqM  mol8turei fl.osU elcl
Chatham,  Ont.-"This is lo certify which caused slight  variation In the!
,         ,     ,           ,   that I have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite regularity    of the results,    but wher-
le turned to 00k up Into the bronzed   presoripUon and my husband has used ever conditions    were farilv uniform
face|and steady brown eyes of the de- -Golden Medical Discovery.'   Both were during the two seasons, the results
,���.*''                                                .. [found lobe very satisfactory and 1 have uniformly  showed   that     ii   reauired '
Its nol Hue.   it cant be,   he said reCommended   them   lo  my  relatives, greater effort (so to speak) upon the
_r8Mi      ,n     , n-   ,                       j who have used them with the best of part of tiie soil, to produce a crop of I
Redd ng did notillneh.                    | recruits.   I can .highly recommend these wi,eat than of any other grain or of'
"Well,    my lord, say  it Isnt  true,   medicines as being the verv best.'���Mn-
There's no harm in that." he suggested. ��� j8_.,��� Witsrox, 7 Lacrqix St.
"But, anyhow,  lake  my  advice, and'
liven in a match you should
consider the "Little Things,"
the wood--the composition���
the "slriketbility���the  Hume.
are made of strong dry pine
stems, with a secret perfected
composition that guarantees
"Every Match A Light." 65
years of knowing how���that's
the reason 1
All Eddy products  are dependable products���Always.
any roots and  thai  the Sequence of
Annual Crops afforded the besl avail*
���.:���'������        " 1 ..'iu I".-.      ," ��� ������" ���   ���"������..'"������   "������"'������  :     There is not a drop of dcohol or any I able method of "restorhiffthesoU  in ]
blank who the gentleman was he had   don t let   her ladyship leave  England   narcoii0 ,,, Dr, Pierce's Golden Medical   ,|
l,.B,   ........   ...Ul. I.l�� Willi   1,,M ,'lllin." ' ,*.:  - ... . ...
lust seen with him
"It's my 'in tin,'-in-law. a Mr. Paul
Pa) ne," replied tlie \ Iscount.
The delocllve received this answer
In a ,1,-11,1 silence which puzzled the
* oung man.
"tin you know Iiini?" he asked ah-
"Nol under thai name, my lord." answered the officer simply.
I.ord Last ling Hushed uneasily.
"You've mistaken him for someone
else, no doubt," he said quickly.
"I don'l think so. my lord.
with the chap.'
Lord   Eastling took a step towards
.Discovery,  but  in   Ihis  safe  vegetable
8   remedy and Ionic there is a mighty allera-
"   live power wliicli by replacing the blood
suddenly overwhelmed nfresh b>  the  impurities with pure, riah blood, not only     11 takes a hundred men to make a
difficulties of his situation ��� ���  '        "���' ' '���  ' ������>������������������>����������..i   '������>' 1 '���   .,���,.
the platform and then    turned back
ly overwhelmed afresh  1
ties of his situation.
what   on earth can I t
I.  '    What  excuse  can  1  give
to Its original fen
A    Woman's  'Love
lit v.
ijiiuuj iiu-c mm ,0111, , 1, ii w'wwuj ,,',, wnij  	
ends catarrhal conditions wherever lo- encampment, but II takos only the**in*
"Hut what on earth can I say to - c���ied, i,���t vitalises iiie kidneys, stomach,' fluent e of one woman to make a home
...ur.' What excuse can I give';" lie |-vor bowels and every organ of tho body. 1 nol only admire womau as the ino<,
asked iii desperation, shrinking from a i yyj denier., ,��� medicine can supply Dr. beautiful object cut created, but 1
scene which was bound to be painful ' Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, or reverence lie-
in the extreme not only for himself but ....
,,,,,. *.  ..,..���.-,,   .,,,.,���;,,   ,.,.-   .,   ������   as the redeemed  glory
send 60 cents iu one-cent stamps lo Or. of humanity, the sanctuary of all \ir-1
for his sister.                                     I Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., lues, the pledge of all perfect qualities I
The question  was  hard  tn answer,   for (rial box of tablets. of bean and head.    It Is because wo
The detective nodded.                          |    ���>. Pierce's Pellets regulate stomach, men  nre so  much  belter than  men
'���If 1 walk up the platform with you, ��� liver ami bowels. 	
I      HUH    I.      ", 11 I I. I\      ."-W,      lilt       llltll.  I  ��       ���' '
no you    111, an   thai    he's    been my lord," he said in a low voice, "and
that their faults are considered great
 ..,...���,....., . er.   The one thing In this world lhat
through your hands?" asked the young i slli"d n little way behind you, so thai tn studies made by ti German agrl ' Is considered constant, the only peak
viscount, appalled by Hir decision In he can see me, you won't have much cultural stnllon of the effect of Swed* that rises above (he clouds, tlie win-
Hie officer's tones, difficulty,   I   should   think,   in   getting hg],     turnips,    carrot   leaves,   slllvcs,   0OW  hi   Which   lhe  light  burned   for-
'" '" '!' ���''' "'''' kohlrabi  leaves,  grass,   hay, Btraw, ever, the one star that darkness can-
beets, cabbages and  oilier i'eeds up-1 not quench. Is woman's love. It rlsr
him lo clear out.
To clear out 1'
The detective shook his head.
"No such luck, my lord,    lie's too
clever," said he. -^s    '-"'''���   Eastling   echoed    these
There  was a short   silence.    Then ! words, horrors of a fresh kind suggest*
Lord ISaslllng asked: j ed themselves to him.   He turned lo
"Tell me the name nf the man vou | tlie detective, and drawing him a little
take him for," way out of ihe throng of passengers
tels, cabbages and oilier feeds up* not quencn, is woman s love. 11 rises
1 lhe flavor of butter it was found [to the greatest height, il sinks to the
ai  changes In flavor were In  pari   lowest   depth,  ll   forgives    ihe  most
due to the taste and odor of the
feeds, and hi part to bacteria found
on ihese feeds  which  generate new
Tnse nun '.or. i"**j  �����c ".  l���_  ���i,uus ...  ,,un.-*c,,h. ..-,   0���   ,j,cse   leius   wnieu   c,ciiernie   ue,
And quite simply the detective re- and hurrying porters, asked anxiously:  flavors,   While ll    is   probable tha
p'led: "Tell me. have you a warrant agalnsl jeach group or type of bacteria has
"Syd Tomkinson, lhe forger." him?"                                                       specific action In producing taste un
  Heartily,  sadly,  the  officer  replied   odor.    It. Is  not   certain  If Hie sum
:  ti ������ f 11    11 !���( >i, 1 iii ii mlr- ��� I r.,,. 1     ... ���.i!,.,.,     ...: 11     , ,��-,1h,.a    . I.._    nnm
01 course, llio lirst emoiion experienced by the young viscount, on receiving "he detective's answer, was incie-
dulily mingled itiih u certain haughty
For what was the suggestion thus
crudely made'.'   None other than that
W. N. U. 1098
with promptitude:
".My lord, I only wish I had!"
i To be Continued)
I feed me,limn will produce lhe same
itasle and odor with different types Of
llhe bacteria.
fuel injuries.   A woman's love Is tli_
perfume of the heart.   This is ihc real
, , love lhat subdues the earth, the love
,t   that has wrought miracles of art, that
a ! gives  us  niusle  all  Hie    way    from
d   cradle soup; to  Hie grand  symphony
that bears tlie soul away on wings of
lire.   A love that Is greater than fire.
sweeter than life and stronger than
death.���Robert t). lngersoll.
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quality und tlellcloufl llnvor, ll is n rlcli, urenni yolluw, ileopeiilni"
In ,,iiiii|j,'7,'ll,nv ivlii'ii rip,-.     U  III. 10c,  1 III. ao,'., 6 1.1, ifl.lu.
���- Brnco'ii Early Srttl.r���A S"""'l exlrtt enrly wrlnkl.d mnnw
-���rieljr. Tin |iod�� nr,. tarn, tlotin Brccn, iiii'l III!,',I ivitli 1,,,'K-i
liens, poisoBRlng itif Hall nnvor :,n,l cjunllty ,if Hip bust Into
varl.llo., It iitinins a lii'i.lit of ulintit I1' foot und 'm Tory
���midiii'tivo. 'i lb. 15c, 1 Ib. 40c, D Ilia, "H.75, Postpaid,
If Bi'nt by Eiprtm nt purcluiBor'n expense, ileilucl lOo. per pound.
UilUCE'S Heeds aro ilia clicapeit, bti'auso tltey mu tlio bent.
Our liamlnoinely Illustrated 128-pngo cnlnlocno of Yeecln.de,
Pari, inal Plotrer Seeds. Plants, Bulbs, Poultry Buppllos,
ttanlen  ImplcQllfntB,   etc,   lor   ltllG.     ,'jeml   l'���r  it.
John A. Bruce & Co., Ltd., JJssg^^
i, spray
���e.-iini.      N- llton
ntusofiuty kind.   N.illi-
iiuj lo Biuokc or Inlinlc.
No Btcnitdiiff, or rubbing
or Injections,   No electricity <>,   \iittiiiiou or
in-,.- ;:<���     No powder,
no plaster,  no -c.phis
in tlie* house.   Notliius
,,f Hint kind tit all, Some.
llliiu: n, iv and diff'-i,-,,,
loinelliliin dcll.litful
nnd   bcaltliftil    ��� Borne*
iiiinr. luBlaully successful. You it,i not bnve to
unit,   niiil   liii.i'!',
nut oul n tot of mot
.on >.in sloe it overnight   .,
'un how   FREE.   I .-mi noi,
noi ��� so-called doctor, pica
���iircl. and my friends arc cu
cured.   Your luffoi'lu. will
Ml-cinrili ��,-nli!lli.vini,| lonibsouic. ii made
me ill. It dulled ray lutud. ll undermined my
I'ctillb nml was walunlug my will. The bnivk-
,118*, coughing, spilling made mc obnoxious to
nil. and my tout bi'calii nml disgusting liabila
made even my loved oucsnvoltt mc secrctcly. My
deli Kin iii life was dulled and my fnciililcs Impaired. I knew tliot in lime ii �����iii,| bring ii"*
lo nu untimely grave because every moment of
tlie day am] night it was slowly ret surely sapping my vilnliiy. ii,u , found ��� cure, und I um
ready lo u-ll >,��i ahum il liii-,1:. Write mc
Scud no money. Just your iinuie ami nddrcsa
ou a postal card, Say: Bear Sam KaU, PIcnse
Icll lite how you cured your catnnli and how i
can cure mine." That's nil yuu need tu say. l will
understand, and i will write to you with complete Inforraatioti FR35K.nl once, Do not delny.
Seitd the postal caul or write mc n letter to-day.
Doii't lliink of turiiinii I His page until yon have
naked for this wonderful treatment thai it can do
for j on what it has done for me,
SAM KATZ, Suite ft. 1101
142 Mutual Straat       -       Toronto. Ont.
Look up Seed Potatoes N.nv
Owing lo tlio hemy losBes n |i la
toaa hy discus,' Ins; your, growers nre
advised by tlm Dominion department
nf agriculture in Iniiiiedlul -l> ri si r- e
for seed purposes tho quantity, und n
little nii'ic tn milkfi .iiii,���.��� an, c Im'. I'm
llu-i- 1,ism's tlirougli rot, required for
seed purposes,   These should lie lutud*
Boloctod tubers, s id nnd free from
uny sign of rot or decaj. nf uniform
lite ninl pure In variety. I'hey should
line In ;i dark,
! place of sun-
age, Bpread oul in ti layer not more
than lliroo potatoes deep. There can
be little doubl that runners who havo
;i good quantity of sound seed potatoes
nn i.:i ii tl will oblalu u high price for
ilicni when others begin to reall., tlie
scarcity of audi seed.
Your Liver
ss Clogged up
That's  Why   You'ro  Tired-Out  of
SorU***-Hast no Apptlite.
put you
1 'V'v.
1 Carters
in a few <
iheir Ju)
BiliotUMtt* Iniigettion, and Sltk Htadacht,
.Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine mun bear Signature
Minard's i.iiiiiiien' Co., I
Have used' MINARD'S
[or Croup
sure cure.
nulled, |
found nothing equal to It;
il VRP
(' 11 \ S
.   N it.
ept.  1st
"Well, doctor," said M r
| inn medic;,l  man   final y
i "how hus lhe ' i si ol  II
"Two-fold!"    laughed
slapping the happy i'.')
Three Favorits Words
Teacher���What are the line,
you use most?
Senior���1 don't know.
V. .11     ���'!.,.
' an Hi,
the    ������
111:111   llll    .:!���>
The cross fretful baby Is a si, >'.?
baby ��� the well child is always ��� >:-���
tun! smiling. Mothers If your baby Is
,-ross nnd cries a great deal Botnetl Ing
ls wrong. His Utile stomach and
bowels may be out of order; his (th
troubling him, or he may lie bo I
wiili  worms.    The mother should im-
THE ritYl FRENCH n.MEOV. IM..I N.. N.3.
THERAPION gft'tfsa
fr(*_itMi-.i*rij. CURBS CliaOHIC WEAKNESS, r.O"-r VIOOH
litis KtTIIER No nit; (.t.lMbor H.Mf-SI. roST 4 CTS
MED Co ll��\ KU'-IOrK HO. nAMPrill.AD. LONDON, JINO.
THERAPION ^',.'c',,,,,
MU  GilVI ti 'Mr   'n -a_;   lb HI  dt.'-Llut. I .'.<-��� i-S IS.
.��� mod's Fft-csiisaias.
3 The dr.-at English.  Remedy. '
-vy Ti,u,'3 nnd taTl.orftlea t hn trliole  .0
3U{tivBlem, niul:,.'suc,v Iliuod
Id velna,   cures  Kerrons
Feared the Worst
"Oil. mot her." cried    lit L10    lloimy,
breatliless to   bo lirst with lho uews.
"Uncle George has ate something that
don't agree with him."
"Say 'eaten,' child. But what of
that?   is he sick?"
"Do you suppose it wus Aunt Lizzie or one of the children that he
eat en ?"
Where did you get such au Idea."
I fattier that none
���il with him."
World's Horse Shortage
In the United Kingdom thero was a
reduction of 112,000 in tlie number of
horses lust year; In France llicro was
a decline of a million in tlio last year
and a half, and in Canada au Increase
of 48,000 In the year just ended.
Afler a few yours tiie storage egg
must, begin to think that this is a cold
Asthma  Doesn't Wear Off  Alone. -
Do not make tho mistake or waiting
for asthma to wear away by itself. I mediately give him Baby's Own fab
While you are waiting tlie disease ls lets. They never fail to relii I ���
surely gathering a stronger foothold baby. Concerning them Mrs. Ronald
and you live in danger ot stronger and Hurley, tilths, N.B., writes; "I know
yet stronger attacks. Dr, .1. D, Kel* o[ nothing so good for cross, fretful
long's Asthma Remedy taken early, I babies as Baby's Own Tablets and I
will prevent Incipient condition front am pleased to recommend then ta
becoming chronic and saws hours of j other mothers."   The Tablets are sold
by medicine dealers or by mail at '!>
cetils a tiox from The Dr, Wll uos'
Medicine Co., Brocki tlle, t li t
awful suffering.
Help for the Dense
"That was a lino joko you had In
the magazine."
"Glad you liked it."
"But wasn't there something missing?"
"What was it?"
"Don't you throw In a diagram?"
Tlie  cheese  output    of   Ma
which had been declining b I
war, jumped from  100,000 po    I ���    i
1914 to 725,000 pounds lu 1915.   T   >
output, of creamery butter In
by 1(000,000 pounds in the sam ���
"I  heard you  It
E the
laniily unre
Btitllty.Mtnial and, Brain Wori-y, Dcspon- I  A _���_-*. lH/'r.-nfl.   nTI-i/.i!i.
dtney, lost of Energy, Palpitation of Ihe | J\l {*   W Olll-   1 itCH
ifeort. Wailing Memory. Price %i per box, six
"or$". Oaovrlllptcaao, slx'iritl cure. 6oldbyall
_rtir_i��<1* ormail-'lin jiliiin pka. on receipt  nl
Rrlc" AVID oomphlet moiled free, T1!E V'aOQ
l_Btl"!N_ CO.iI960NT0,OUT. (FiioiiIi Wlndnr.)
QffaF^ OMoulaled Eyelids,
1*~y 8[J�� H "5^ fcyes inflamed by expo-
W* "*. f ____T"  *lu',"'*-'y it'lievecj t>j IKirlae
_LV V9 EycBemdy.NoSnartinj,
ttf just Eye Comfort.    At
Ifour Dniggiat's 50c per Bottle. Murine .ye
Mw'nTubea25c. ForBookoflheEyelreeaslc
Drufiiritu or Murine Kye Semeily Co., Chicago
Fipish U.S. Railway In 1917
That the .Hudson Bay railway will
lie completed in time I'or tlie 1017 crop
shipment is the belief of the contractors. The summer construction
program includes plittis to linve the
steel track laid lo Kettle Ft-plds, 90
miles from Hudson Bay. by August 1.
Construction of the cantilever bridge
over the Nelson river at ihis point is
expected to be finished in time in allow fun her steel laying before frosts
let in.
Weight in Gold,
Linimen*  for  sale
Wrong Line
"Is tills
t liar
dware store'.'"
"H is."
"Got any
"Only externa
There is no poisonous Ingredient In ! ,.vi<j<��n
llolloway's Corn Cure, antl it
used without danger of injury.
an   be
Tho politician   doesn't   apprecla
person:*! with long memories.
Whenever tlle weather man docs
turn out an article guaranteed to suit
some storm or other comes along and
spoils it.
New Brunswick Lady Feels It Her
Duty to Tell Women That Dodd's
Kidney Pilis Are the Best Remedy
She Ever Used.
Miscou Harbor, Gloucester Co., X.B.
(Special). 'I think Dodd's Kidney
Pills are worth their weight In gold."
Tliis is tlie statement of .Mrs. James
Brown, well known and. highly respected here.
"I think It would be ungrateful on
my part IE 1 did not tell what a blessing Dodd's Kidney Pills have been io
me," Mrs. Brown continued. 'I wns
in bed three weeks with headache and
sore back. Then I began to use
Dodd's Kidney Pills and I found them
tiie best remedy 1 have ever used."
Airs. Browil Is just one of tlie many
women In New Brunswick who aro
telling of pains relieved and health
restored by the greai Canadian kidney remedy. Dodd's Kidney I'ills are
suffering women's best friend, because
they act directly on the kidneys. They
tone up the kidneys and put them in
condition to do their full work of
si ruining all the Impurities out of
the blood. Nine-tenths of women's
i roubles come from diseased or disordered kidneys, There Is abundant
on every bund that Dotld's
Kidney I'ills cure nil Kidney troubles,
Painful   Interlude
Triiin Conductor   What'ro you doing
here'.'    Who  lei   you  oil?
i'mtvv .Well,am I told ihe porter to
make my berth lip oul here. I'm so
used lo me sleeping porch i have m
do ii, ye know.   Chicago Dally News,
Strength Past
can be maintained by
adapii-g the right nouri.-b-
mei.t, and Nature'" cwn oil-
food in Scott's Emulsion
hu strengthened thousand" of men
ud women to continue their work
���ai u.efulnc.s for many years.
Scott't Emulsion is n food, a medicine and a tonic to keep the
blood rich, avoid rheumatism
���nd thwart norvous conditions.
It Is free from injurious ocid9
or any harmful tlni���s. The belt
phy-Jclana prescribe It.     u-j,)
W. N. U. 109.
Worms ure oncouragod by morbid
conditions of tho stomach aud bowels,
aim so subsist. .Miller's Worm Powders will alter these conditions almost.
Immediately and will sweep the worms
away. No destructive parasite can live
in contact with this medicine, which
Is not only a worm destroyer, but a
health-giving medicine most beneficial
to ibe young constitution, and as such
ii has no superior.
Deadly Work of the Navy
The chairman at a lecture on the
British navy in London the Other
day, related the story of a ship which,
within the lasl few weeks, was sent
to a port in the Mediterranean occupied by a Bulgar garrison and
ordered to disperse It. They laid the
guns on lho building lu which the
troops were housed, and so accurate
wns tlie shelling and so deadly the
lire that within forty minutes of tho
time when the attack began there
was nol In existence, (here was reason to believe, a single one of iho
many thousands of men who but a
short, half hour before hud been in
the full vigor and strength of life.
Mrs. Geo. Chlsholm, R.R. No. 1, Grafton,
,*Pnt., writes: "I havi? used Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food for my little girl i'or what the
doctors pronounced Chorea, a disease of
the nerves. 1 consulted our family doctor,
and he gave her a liquid medicine, but do
what we would, we could not get her
swallow it. A neighbor advised the use
of Dr. Chase's Xerve Food, and, being in
pill form, she took it Wlthoul any trouble.
She was seven years old, and got pale ami
run down. The muscles of the faee were
affected, and "she became a pitiful si-;ht.
She seemed to Improve right Blong under
this treatment, and was entirely cured by
iislug six boxes. She Is nine years old
now. and you cannot find a larger,
healthier-looking child for her an<\ l
shall always be grateful for what Dr.
Chase's Xerve Food has done for us, and I
can recommend it to all norvous people.
You are at liberty to use this itat iment, so
that others may benefit."
Iii children nervous t'xliiinstioiTfivqnently takes the form ol' rickets, St. \ itus' dauco
or fits.   In less advanced stages there are nervousness, excitability and irritability.
All sueli eoiiililiniis iiiilicntc llic need of Dr. Chase's Nerve food to enrich the blood
and noiiiisli the starved and depleted nerve cells. Being natural ami gentle in a," ion,
nnd nl tlie same lime powerful iu its restorative aud reconstructive influence, this t'uotl
cure is admirably suited as a treatment for weak, puny, nervous girls and buys. It
makes tliem strong, hearty and robust, aud enables them to
Dr. Chase's Recipe Hook, 1,000 selected r__jp_y_ scut.free, [t you mention this paper THE COURTENAY REVIEW
You have a
Suit Length
of i loth pa, ked away somewhere?
Il will pay you now lo yet it
made up. Woollens generally
have advunced 75 pet cent.
since the wnr started, and is
likely to still further increase,
The price ot dyes lias crone up
si,,in 65 cents in nearly $-5
dollars. Gel your suit made
whilst pi ices are .is low as they
will be for n long time to come
R. WiHoughby
i inly While Tailor iu Courtenny
Ni st tloor to the  t Ipi rn   I lnuse
Practical Shoemaker nnd Repair
Next to Hardy & Biseoe
When In Doubt
Play Trumps
Have Goard Fune Your Piano
Factory Uxperience
Recommends   from   Lending  Musicians
from tlle Atlantic to Ihe Pacific.    Copies
of same furnished .ui request
W. J. Goard   will ne   iu tin*, citv  about
April   1.     Leave orders at tllis Office,
ur write direct to
Anglican   Service
of Ihe io.n'1 Bait,   The collection i
was given lor the repairs wliicli are j
On Sunday   April jo, there  will'so urgently needed by the church,
be service in 3t, Andrew's   church  nnd especially the lower and spire,
at 11 ,i. in. when Un- Kcv. A. bisch-1    Thc, ���*.__,._,, servlces were |wlti j���
lager will ofTicinte.    I here will   be st, John's church at 8 p. ra..   and!
uo services in  St.   J hit's  church,, .]so at  _   0 p   ,���    T,le p..eaci1(/r
owing to the absenc. ol the  Vicar. ������ the eve,,ing U,IS ,iu. v,.���   Av.h.
Evensong at St. Mary's, Grauthum dencou Col|is)11    aml speclal H;ls.
'' I1' ������������ t**r music was tendered by a com-
���������*�������� hiued choir from both churches and
The Courtenny  spinsters intend Grantham,    The     usual     Ussier
giving a dance in  the opera house hymns were sunn nnd also   lhe anthem by Gounod  "Semi   out   thy
Ught "   At St, Andrew's church
The the service was at n a   tu,,   when
Baud the church was  full,   The service
was  conducted   by   the     Vicar.
at 2.
ou Pricliy evening', May 5H1. Th
Harmony orchestra will furnish th
music Admissii 11 50 cents.
proceeds will be for the 102m
McBryde's Bakery &
Tea Rooms
Hearty ar.d well attended meetings
I weie also held at St. Mary's, Gran,
845, 8';h Ave., W.    -    Vancouver  the church was packed in spite of a
Mr. Alex, Wilcox arrived lu towu
on Monday enrotile Im the logging,
cam pi. He is looking lit alter his lham at 9'3�� ���'��� �������� -"ul ���������3�� !'��� ������*,
six month's in Russia where he yeut.Col. Warden has sent a
was engaged 111 railway construe- hetter of apprecIall-01. t0 the |atlies
lion work. He was wilh the com- of Courtenav and Comox for the
pany that left in October ol last number of articles donated at the
year. Only one man was lost of U0Wer held here March 29, in aid
the company, and he died ou the of the hospital of the I02ud batt.
w',r ll01,,e' C. E, P.   The following is tlie list
On Thursday  evening  last Mrs. of  articles    received:���Absorbent
Culliu invited all the young people cotton, 2 lbs , Absorbent gauze, ���!
in the district to a   whist  party in boxes; 4 Hooks; 2 hot water bottles
the K. of P. hall  to meet her bro   5 bandages, 1.   bed   pan;   3   pairs
ther Wallace who expects to leave crutches! 4 sets dominoes; 2   feecl-
with thc 88th almost   immediately, -ers, IS vds.   loose gauze;  3  linen
Tlie honors at whist   were won by | handl c chiefs; 3 pieces white linen,
Mrs. Carroll and Mrs. Fairburn for 1 bottle marmalade; 1   nightgown;
the ladies and Mr.   McKenzie and 6 vds. oilcloth; 1 operating   gown;
Mr   Fairburn for the   gentlemen, 57 p llowslips, 1   pyjamn   suit;   2
A dainty   lunch  was  served   and wiiv strainers ] hypodermic syringe
dancing was indulged in lorn short 'I cakes shni ing soap; 3 cukes toilet
time, after which the company bade j soap; *l bars castile soup; 23   cards
Wallace an appropriate good-bye. safety tuns; 2 pairs slippers; 1 Ser-
which will  be remembered by him 1 viet.tei 9 pairs socks; 1 pairs sheds
in davs to come. , 25 yds sheeting; 12 fact.- towels; 34
mi    i*   ,  . 11. .        ; f.   ibnth towels; 4 tea towels; 4 travs,
I he Easter Day services   111   St.  " ���   , ' , ,..   ,   ,��� ,    ,,
,, ,   ,.,,,. .1,   n   n     tin talcum powdei    1   tin tooth
Peters church, tutu,'*;,   was  well ,      , .    ,,,      ,        -        ,
,,,,,,,,. , ���      powder;-   toothbrushes;    2 pucks
���iltcinled     At th,-   second   service    ,    ��� _
Calhoun Block
P, McBrj'de for ulniosl S 'cars with  Marocchi Bros,
begs to announce lo tlie community that he lias opened a Bakery nnd Tea Room at the above address
I have li il ti technical training in tlie Kilmarnock
Bakery School aud Glasgow Technical, Scotland,
under the best masters, and hold a first class certificate, upper grade, in tlie technics of bread maicing
and a lirst class certificate iu baking confectionery by
the Master linkers Association 1 can assure the public that the bread andcaKes made by ine will be manufactured by the best methods Kliown to the baking
world today aud will be pure, healthful and appetising
Hi ping for a share of public patronage
Remember the address     -     Next the Royal Bank of Canada
playing curds.
Palace Livery
Horses and   Buggies for  Hire a,
Terms cash.
We  also  attend   to  wood hauling
Courtenay Phone 25
Willartl's Harness Emporium
I'iii" Showing ol   Horse   Blankets,   bap
i- ������   . t*    res, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Kepniretl Neatly
Cumberland ami Com tenay
on cannot eat your
eake and have it
But you have the satisfaction
of knowing that the ingredients are of the highest
grade when purchasing at the
Courtenay. Customers swear
by, nol at, "Purity" Bread for
Cakes of all descriptions made
to order
Courtenay   Bakery
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Night or Day Calls iProuiptly
Al tended
number of extra seats which had
been brought ill, One side was
filled with soldiers, and many who
sought admittance failed to jjet in
owing to luck of rn, in. The services were conducted bv the Vetl.
Archdeacon Coi I is n. An an the 111
solo was rendered by   S.r 't   Petch
See  the
Phone   .'
at  the
Opera Mouse
Mentholated White Pine and
Tar 50c per bottle
Laxative  Quinine  Tablets
25c per box
Cod Liver Oil and   Malt with
Wild Cherry $1
Cod Liver Oil  Compound $1
Wild Cherry Cough" Mixture
Drug Stoie
Phone   30
ANY person or person practicing Veterinary Medicine In any ot its
branches without passing the Veterin-ry
Board of Examiners will be prosecuted
bythe B. C. Veterinary Medical Board.
_��� Dr. KBHNB-H ChI'SI.KR, Sec.
White Rock, B, c.
who have taken St. John's
Ambulance course
forl'ield Ambulance being mobilized
at Victoria,
For particulars [apply
Dr, Montgomery, Comox.
Second Meeting
With the endorsement of the major'ty
of those present on the 18th inst., I
am calling a second meeting of the
Crown Granted Coal Right Owners
at 8 p. m., in the
Agricultural  Hall
Wednesday,   May    17th
and would urgently request all owners
who can  possibly  attend  to do so at
this meeting
,., i II ��<& M$ M  H M &U \
. -_* __*7i_T ?.     "���':"
.".'     .L-r:"7\T""
rs-Vvi^Gcr _>i;_��_ "*i_h___________k-^i_
i___k; .
TO win the war with the decisiveness wi.Vi \vil! ensure lasting seace, the Empire
will require to put forth its full collective power in men and in money. From
this viewpoint it is our true policy touu; m< nt our financial strength by m_itiplyin_ ocr
pro lucth e exertions i nd by i xeri ising rigid economy, which reduces to the minimum
all expenditures upon luxuries and non-essentials. Only in this way shall we be al lc
to m tkegood the loss cau led by the withdrawal of so many of our workers from indus-
tri tl activiti, b, r< pair the wa ..- ge of the war, and find theifunds for its i ontlnuani.-. It
cannot be too frequently or too earnestly impri sscd upon our people that the heaviest
burdens of the conflict 8till lie before us, and that industry and thrift: arc, for those
who remain .".t home, supreme patriotic duties upon whose faithful fulfilment
our success, and consequently our national safety, may ultimately depend."���
SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minister of Finance.
The war is now turning on a contest of all forces
ami resources���men, munitions, food, money. The
call to all ia to produce more and inure it may lie
necessary to work harder, The place of those who
enlist must he taken by those at home, men and
women, old und young. The in,ire we produce Llic
more we can save. Produce mure on the farms and
in lie gardens.   Save more and help to win the war.
lu this wur-tlmc all labour should be directly productive or should lie assisting in production. Make it
as efficient as possible. If your labour is on something
that can be postponed, put it off till after the war and
make your labour tell now. Making war is the first
business of all Canadians. Efficiency in labour is as
important as efficiency in fighting.
Begin at home, The larger portion of salaries
and wages is spent on the home���food, fuel, light,
clothing. Are any of these things being wasted?
$'20.00 a year saved frcm waste in every homo in
Canada will more than pay tlie interest on a war debt
Arc yuu spending your money lo the bet advantage? Whin, do you think of extravagance iu war
linn:'' Tens of thousands of Canadians are duily
risking their lives for us at home. Is it not our duty
to be careful and economical? Canadian dollars are
an important part of lhe war equipment, Make them
tell. Have a War Savings Account, buy a War


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