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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE  REVIEW
Hive Yoii Moan tu Invest,
See us; we Can Makr You
barge Dividend!
Island  Realty Co.
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VOL. 1
COURTENAY, B. C. THURSDAY. AUGUST 28, 1913
NO. 40
$100
.00 CASH BUYS
10 Acre Block
Good Land, Easily Cleared,
Good Situation
2 Miles from Courtenay
Price $800, $100 Cash, balance
on easy terms
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Under   New   Management
Having bought Mr. Krause's furniture business, we
we are now in a position to fill your needs in the
house furnishing line and will be pleased to meet
all the old customers and lots of new ones
lust received a fine line of iron beds and white
enamel   furniture,   linoleums,  oilcloths,   mattings,
"ugs, dining room, kitchen and bed room furniture
always in stock
A Stanley Piano for $50 down and $15 per Month
Columbia and Victor Gramaphones.    Come in and
hear them
Couptenay House Furnishing Store
C. A. BROWN, Manager
Our "Depot Addition"
Lots are the Best Buys in Courtenay Today.   Only
a Few Months before the Railway will be Here
We hnve I.ots fronting on the  Station Grounds.   Also on the   12 Acres
which the C. P. R. have cleared for Station Buildings
Lots from $300 to $500 Each
fo give the Small Investor a Chance we will sell these Lots on easy
terms
$50 Down and $15 Per Month
The Best Buy in Courtenay Today
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
UNION STREET COURTENAY
LOCAL  LINES
Case Threshing Machine for sale.  pigs,     Add Robert    g ���
Apply Grieve Bros, hand wick.
Wanted���Office or ont door work.
Apply Box 3, Review office.
Strayed���Light Jersey, branded
T. Leave information at this office.
Piano For Sale or exchange for
Real Estate. Apply, lvlk Hotel,
Comox.
New Courtenay post cards, finest
selection by first class photographer
al Peacey's,
For Sale--- Two year old, pine
bred Jersey bull. Apply H. l'iske,
Sandwick P. O.
will be
begm-
Dr. I). E Kerr, dentist
in Cumberland two week
ning August 27.
Young Pigs For Sale���$*, each.
Apply,  J.   J.   Bannennan,   poii.t
Holmes, Comox.
.Situation   Wanted���On   Rmch,
by   experienced   fanner.      Apply
Box 220, Courtenay.
i
For Sale-���Good second hand
Salmon net, 50 fathoms long.
'Apply R. Stewart, Comox.
When yon want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
A Bargain���Nice, quiet Driving
Mare, new buggy and harness, price
$150.    Apply, Cameron & Allan
To Let Furnished���la:ge front
bedroom. Gentleman preferred,
Phone, etc.   Apply, Review Office,
Ranch to Rent���10 acres cleared
about 2 1-2 miles west of Courte-
nav. Apply, M. Pare/., Courtenay.
Wood for Sale��� $3.75 per cord.
Block wood sold by the inch. Apply
O. Bridge, opposite The Builders
Supply Co.
For Rent���Large room 24 x 50
above the new butcher shop, will
be fitted to suit tenuaut. Apply
M. Parez, Courtenay.
L. L. Stevenson, Ph. B., Oph. D.
Graduate Optician. Eyes tested
and glasses fitted. Enquire at
Peacy's drug store.
Just arrived at Willard's Harness Einpoiium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland aud
Courtenay.
For Rent���6 roomed house, good
water, orchard, chicken stable,
barn and 15 acres next to Little
River school house, best chance for
a start. Rent very reasonable.
Applv for particulars to the Postmaster at Comox.
Certificated Nurse���Mrs Samuel
Carto who has been in the profession for 20 years is prepared to
attend patients at theiroivn homes.
Charges reasonable. Apply second
cottage past school house, Little
River Road, Comox P. O.
Wanted to Trade���Equity of
$10,000 in two houses aud three lots
in good pjrt of Victoria, value
$15,900, for improved farm in
Comov Valley. \pply, Cameron
& Allan, the Comox Valley Specialists, Courtenay.
If you want any special pieces of
furniture mnde, kitchen cabinets,
cupboards, sideboards or pantry
work, store or office fixtures, counters or show cases, made to your
order, come iu and give us an idea
of what you want or we have
sketches for you to select from,
picture framing aud sign work
promptly done. Sutton's Cabinet
Shop.
For Sale ���10   Sows,   in   pig, 1 1    Now is the time to order Xmas
Boar, weighs 400 lbs., also small|Greeting Carts.   Call at The Review office and see samples.
Hornby Island.
To Let���New 3 roomed House.
Grantham, about o mile; from
Courtenay, 1 mile from sehoo-
house. Apply, J. B. Bailey, Sandwick, P. O.
Tyee salmon are running freely
at Comox wharf. 5 large ones
tvere caught on Sunday. On Mon-
day morning .Mr. Stewart caught
one weighing 52 lbs.
Mr. RicharcK^Carter leaves on
Sunday to attend "the" Vancouver
Exhibition. He will also have a
display of butter from the Comox
Creamery.
The management of the Elk Hotel wish to inform the public that
the dining room is open at all hours,
and is not closed as was reported
the day of the picnic. Try us and
see for yourself.
Preliminary  Announcement
Messrs. Shepherd and  Hornby, late of the Comox   Co-Operative Society, beg to  annouuee  they  intend  to commence
business shortly in the old butcher shop
They   intend  handling fruit,  vegetables,   butler and  eggs,
smoked  meats,   cardies in all varieties, and   other goods  too
numerous to mention
They solicit the patronage of all
Look out for next week's ad.
Boats For Sale
and Hire
Boats of Any Size
Built to Order
On Short  Notice
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
Tlie Courtenay Ladies'  College
SANDWICK
A FIRST   CLASS SCHOOL   FOR DAY PUPILS   AND   BOARDERS
Autumn Term Begins September 15, 1913
Terms on^ Application
MISS H. BIGGAR
Phone X7S7
PRINCIPAL
Two Large Cleared Lots
on main iireet, $600 each
Two  good central lots, close to Royal Bank site
$325*each, 1-3 cash
Several good busines lots, main street, cheap $1600
Double corner $2000
4.5 acres near Mine 8, at $750
20 ACRE BLOCKS
seafrontage, part cleared, from $11$ an 2cre up,   Kasy terms
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate and Auctioneers
Phone 10
COURTENAY, B. C.
This Space is  Reserved
for
BEADNELL & CALLIN
The leading Real Estate, Financial and
Insurance Agents in Comox District
LOCAL AGENTS E.  & N. RAILWAY LANDS
OFFICES AT
Courtenay - and - Comox, B. C.
Telephone 24
/39
_> THE REVIEW, COURTENAY, B.C.
(Contluuedi
CHAPTER. VII
A  Hot  Plireuit
Muller's bolted, wns ilu. laconic in-
formation .Ionian imparted to Murgatroyd, with all the nonchalance possible, win n lie brought up the-hoi water
on the following morning after bis
visit 111 Highdene.
Murgatroyd leaped oul of bod.
Whal du )���( u mean?
Whal I say! The ton Is oul of the
earth; and by the look of things don't
in in n hi come back yel for u while,
llw ilu yoll know?
Happened to see him oft,
Anil you lot him go?
Jordan rolled up his rlghi Bloeve and
looked ai his biceps thoughtfully.
You sop, master, my arm la good
enough for cracking cirilis, nml It it.
came to fancy brtllBlng, wiiy I'm in it,
wiih Hie best of them; but as to col-1
hiring thai 11 err Muller, why, that's
a boss of another color altogether. 13e-
sldrs, he had his groom with him,
Murgatroyd exploded, and his language was not parliamentary. There
was only oue more day before tho i
House mot, and minutes were golden, ,
Well, we must have those papers
anyhow���you must get thorn.
Can't.
Can't! Why'.'
Murgatroyd was getting thoroughly angry, The calm insouciance of
liis ally was like oil on the flames.
lie could have shaken Iho life out of
liis vallel with satisfaction.
For a very good reason. He's got
'���in in his portmanteau| and his portmanteau is gone loo.
How do ynu know?
1 look a look into ihe safe-' just out
of curiosity,
Murgatroyd was dressing rapidly���
hathloss���nnd turning things over in
his mind the while.
Ho you know where he Is gone to?
London! There's a nice housemaid
nt Highdene���the sort I like���no nonsense or suspicion about her. Muster
will have a nice lime of it lie will,
she says: London must he that gay-
nut thai I've ever seen it. Vou don't
happen lo know where ho put up?
1 asks with all the Innocence of a
spring lamb when In the society of
mint-sauce. , My master lives in London, anil is mighty pertlkler to play
a game of whist with your master
(iKiiiin���a mighty good game he plays.
Oh, says she, 1 know where he goen
to right enough, because, for sure���
ain't it funny though? anil she giggles
and shows all her pretty teeth.
Stow that! exclaimed Murgatroyd,
still wrathful; hut with his toilet nearly accomplished.
AIn.'l it funny���It's the same name
ns ilie place where 1 conies from���
Tavistock.
The Tavistock Hotel? inquired Murgatroyd.
That's r.hout. the ticket.   '
How long is this ago?
As long ns It lakes me to gel from
Highdene here, traveling express, all
Fleam  up,
We iniisl  follow hlni.
BeautyofSkin
BeautyofHair
tfW^^gk
mm
lp<sSt*Wi
ejT        Ii/>vi
Preservedby
Cuticura Soap
Assisted by an occasional use of
Cuticura Ointment. No other emollients do so much for poor complexions, red, rough hands, dandruff,
and dry, thin and falling hair.
Cuticura Soar) anil oinimoni nre "old throughout
tho world,   A liberal sample, of each, with 32-paga :
Vinoklcl nnthi! aire anil treatment of the "kin and I
���rain, aunt post-lteo.   Address Poller Drue feCaein. I
Core, Dec!. 18D, cotton, U. S. A. . ;
W.  N.  U.  953
Just what i thought, so I told 'em to
put up some sandwiches and a flask
or brandy and water, and to make the
mare with the nose iintl spash on her
forehead acquainted with the shafts of
lhe dogcart.
Murgatroyd clapped him on the
buck.
Hy Jove, Jordan, you're a better chap
than I took you for; 1 don't know
what I should have done without you.
That's so, responded Jordan modestly. Vou wouldn't have been nowhere
in a game wllh that there .Muller.
He's as deep as a well, and ns dirty
as ditch-water. You don't see through
him while Jack Robinson is said, I
can tell you. But lor, bless you, Jimmy is not so innocent neither; and
Jordan winked, as If anticipating a
favorable verdict from an impartial
jury of his countrymen,
There, that's the stride o; my beauty on the gravel. Muller's mare can
step along���or else it wouldn't do for
him; but While Fetlocks can go one
better, or I don't know one gee from
another.
.Murgatroyd went, down-stairs in
three bounds, followed iib rapidly by
his valet, who hail been packing his
master's things while he talked.
The bill was ready; anil so were the
sandwiches. In three minutes the
one was paid, and the other pitched
Into the dogcart. A hoy from the
stable who had brought White Fetlocks round, rode behind with Jordan
to bring back the trap. They were
en route for Ihe terminus. The horse
was fresh, and required steadying
rather than urging. It was a hunting morning, keen, clear, with a white
frost and mist lying all along the landscape. White Fetlocks chafed at the
shafts���she wanted a rid r on her
back. Murgatroyd held the reins
and set his hat well down on his
bead. The pace was terrific. The
hedgerows spun by them, and hills
seemed to make no difference. They
came lo a small village, through which
tlie dogoart passed at a hand-gallop.
Some sleepy fowls scattered In all
directions. The last house was a
farm. In n shed a man was milking
cows with a rough sheep dog lying
handy. The dog resented the intrusion of the party; for he rushed out,
almost, between the legs of the horse,
harking violently. It was too much
for the nerves of White Fetlocks.
I The horse just reared and then shied
violently, when its four legs were on
terra firnia again. One wheel of the
dogcart, mounted tbe opposite hank;
Murgatroyd brought the whlj. down
smartly ou ibe horse's hack, just in
Mine, it started off. and fortunately
ihe dogcart did not turn over; hut it
I was the narrowest squeeze of an accl-
| dent���and a serious one-man ever
i had.
Jordan held lhe boy by tlie collar
the moment the horse reared, otherwise lie would have fallen out. Tbe
boy was white as a sheet.
Steady, youngster; don't cry till
your bones are broke.
White Fetlocks was running away;
there was no mistake about, that. Murgatroyd twisted the ulnB round bis
wrist, and maui.ged to guide the horse
although he could not, check the speed
of the animal. Fortunately they neither met nor passed anything. After
going at top speed for two miles, the
road wound up a steep hill. Beyond
the hill lay Bishops Monkiand, on the
outskirts ot which town was ihe station. The horse was by this lime
thoroughly blown, and stopped dead
at. the hill. It was now Murgatroyd's
business to urge it. on. Tbey had
seen nothing of a trap in front of
them.
lie cannot have gone any other way,
or to any other station? Murgatroyd
asked Jordan, but warily, because of
ihe hoy. who was now whistling cheerfully to himself, as a sign no doubt
that he had recovered his equilibrium.
Certain. He must have come with
a wrt sheet as the nautical chaps say.
We ain't los,  no time either        You
must take it quid going back, youngs
Iter, ami don't go giving Fetlocks no
cold water at tbe stables, or you'll do
lor hlni. Hub him down with a wisp
of Straw, and then walk him quietly
bach to the 'Falcon.' .Mind, no oats,
or bell oats you Into lhe middle of
next week.
Yes, sir, said the boy.
Tbe responsibility of White Fetlocks was evidently weighing on his
youthful conscience beforehand, for
be had left off whistling.
Directly tbey hud begun the descent
of the hill on the opposite side, Jordan, who was standing at the back of
the dogcart exclaimed���
Hurry up, sir!     Tlie signal's down.
Then  began another exciting race.
horse against steam,    n was a dead
Ileal. The train glided Into the station as lhe wheels of the dogcart
grated on tlie curb opposite the booking office,
Muller's cart. In charge of lhe groom
Was standing near. Muller himself
got Inln a first class carriage as Iliey
emerged on to the platform,   He had
not seen tbem.
(To be ConlinuoiF
Impurities of the Blood Counteracted.���Impurities In lhe blood come
from defects In Ibe action of tlie liver.
They are revealed by pimples and unsightly blotches on   the skin.      They
must be treated Inwardly, and for this
purpose there Ih   no   more   effective
compound to be used than Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills. They act. directly on
tho liver and by selling up healthy
processes have a beneficial effect upon
the blood, so that impurities are eliminated,
It was a Scotchwoman who said that
llio butcher of her town only killed
half a beast at a time'. It was a British magistrate who, being told by a
vagabond that ho waa not married, responded: Thai's a good thing for your
wife. II was a Frenchman who, contentedly laying his head upon a large
stone jar for a pillar, replied to one
who enquired If it. was not rather
hard; Not at all, for I have stuffed it
with hay.
BABY'S OWN TABLETS
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
No medicine for little ones is so
highly recommended as is Baby's Own
Tablets. They aro guaranteed by a
government analyst to be absolutely
safe and besides that thousands of
mothers throughout the land praise
them a.s the only sure cure for childhood ailments. Concerning them
Mrs. Edward McDonald, Douglas-
town, Que., says: "I can highly recommend Baby's Own Tablets to any
mother who has a baby suffering from
constipation or teething troubles."
The Tablets are sold by medicine
dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont.
Stem Parent���Quite so, quite so!
You tell me that you have proposed
to my daughter; but���er���you say nothing about your position. Nervous
Suitor���My position, sir? Oh���er���the
usual one, 1 believe���on my knees, you
know.
Mlnard's   Liniment   Curts   Garget   In
Cow..
Well, Johnny, what was the text
today? asked a proud father of his
son who had just returned from
church.
Let me fink, faver, said Johnny,
as he scratched his head in deep
thought. Oh, yc-s; I remember. It
was: Don't be scared, you'll get your
quills all right.
John's father, after pausing a
while over this queer text, called up
the minister.
Could you tell me what was this
morning's text, Mr. Jones? he asked, and was convulsed to hear the
reply: Fear not, the comforter
cometh.
CUBS' FOOD
They Thrive on Grape-Nuts
Healthy babies don't cry and the
well-nourished baby that is fed on
Grape-Nuts Is never a crying baby.
Many babies who cannot take nny
other food relish Ihe perfect food,
Grape-Nuts, and get well.
"My baby was given up by three
doctors who said that the condensed
milk ou which 1 had fed her had ruined tho child's stomach. One of the
doctors told me that the only thing to
do would bo to try Grape-Nuts, so 1
got some and prepared It aa follows:
I soaked 1'<. tablespoonfuls In one
pint of cold water" for half an hour,
then I strained off lhe liquid and mixed 12 leaspoonfuls of this strained
Grape-Nuts juice with six teaspoon-
fuls of rich milk, put in a pinch of
salt and a little sugar, warmed it and
gave It to the baby every two hours.
Tn this simple, easy way I saved
baby's life and have built her up to
a strong, healthy child, rosy anil
laughing. The food must certainly
be perfect to have such a
wonderful effect as this. 1 can
truthfully say I think it is the best
food in the world to raise delicate
babies on and is also a delicious
healthful food for grown-ups as we
have discovered in our family."
Grape-Nuts is equally valuable to
the strong, healthy man or woman.
It. stands for the true theory of Health.
"There's a reason." and It is explained
in the little book, "The Road to Well-
ville," in pkgs.
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
Interest.
Bright or Lazy
Johnny, I don't believe you've stud-
led your geography.
No, mum; 1 heard pa say tlie map
of the world was changing every day
an' 1 thought I'd wait a few years till
things  get  settled.    '
Peevish, pule, restless,   nnd   sickly
children owe Ihelr condition lo worms.
Mother Graves' worm Exterminator
will relieve them and restore health.
Let me see some of your black kid
gloves, said u lady to a shop assistant.
These are not tbo latest styles are
they? she asked when the gloves were
produced.
Yes, madam, replied the shopman;
we have bad tbem In stock only two
days.
1 don't think they were, because
the fashion paper says black kids have
tan stitches, and vice versa. 1 see
Ihe tun stitches, but not the vice versa.
Tbe shopman explained thai vice
versa wus French for seven billions,
so she bought three pull's.
Fer
Everybody
THE PERFECT SHOE
FOR SUMMER SPORTS
ASK VOUR DEALER. I
Paragon   of   Parrots
Customer   But is be a good blrdl
I mean I hope he doesn't use dreadful
language,
Healer   'KY   a   saint,   ludy;   slngt
hymns beautiful,   I 'ad some parrots
wot used to swear Something awful,
lull. If you'll believe uio, lady, thit
'ere  bird  convened  lhe  lot.
A Constant Change
In Body Tissues
"Our bodies," says Huxley, "may he
likened to an eddy in the river, which
retains Us shape for it while, though
every instant each particle of water
is changing."
Tlie tissues of ihe body, composed
if millions of liny cells, aro being
constantly broken down and wnst-
ed awuy by the process of life, and
especially bj overwork, worry uud
disease.
lu order lo reconstruct these wasted tissues there nre necessary such
elements as Iron, sulphur, magnesia,
potash, etc., and when these ure not
supplied In sufficient quantities ill
the food we eat it is necessary to aid
nature by the use of some restorative
preparation
| Fond particularly effective under unci
.cii'cjinisiuuces. because it is composed
of the very elements of nature wblel:
I go iii form new, rich blood, create new
I nerve cells iiiiiI rebuild wasted tissues.
Tills great food cure    Is    radically
different from medicines which are
usually employed iu the treatment of
nervous diseases, For, while tbej
stimulate tired nerves to overexertion
or hy narcotic Influence soothe ami
deaden ihem, Dr. Chase'a Nerve Food
revitalizes wasted nerve cells and sc
accomplishes lastingly   beneflolnl   re
suits.
i such symptoms as sleeploness, lr
rltability, headache, indigestion, brain
lire and feelings of fatigue and ills
eoiiragement soon disappear when ihe
Most people find Dr. Chase's Nerve  system is built Up by the use of
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
60 cents a box, all dealers, or Edman son, Bales & Co., Limited, Toronto.
Probably
Caruso's doctor says that the great
tenor has musical bones, thnt a tap
on bis knuckles brings fortli a musical note.
I'll bet a tap on his nose would
bring foi tli a musical note or so .
$100 Reward, $10w.
Th* rp&ilcrs of this pnp��r win lm plrnwil to tear*.
Vllat tlir-ru la ul leivit ono tlrcailwl illseiwc thai aoloiic
has lirru able In rum l:i all Ua Biases, Mill that I
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh euro la the Only poiltlvi
cure now known lo the modieal fraternity, caianl
being a ronatltuttonal disc-use, reqnlron n ronaum-
llooal treatment, ll&ll'a Calarrh Cure Is taken In
tcrnally, wTnjr directly upon the Mood ami mucou
mrfacrs of the ayatem, thereby destroylnit nr
(OUtldAtlon of the ilLiensr-. aid kIvIiik the pallen.
Irenglh by building up the conatllution and osBlat
Ing nature In ilornf Its work. The propri.li.ra ha-.,
ao much faith In lis curative powers that they oil.
One Hundred Dollars for any ruac that It tells t
cure.   Send for Hut of testimonials
AdOrtai F. J. I'll KN K Y 4 CO   '1 oledo. O.
So'.d hy all IirnmilstR. Trie.'
'���Ulu.'Halle Family Mils tor eonstlpatlon.
Looked   Like  Shorthand
She���-1 didn't ealch you name.
He���I've  just   written  it  on   yom
programme.
She���That's
what it  is.
made    me      wontlei
The Poor Man's Friend.���Put nip iv
small bottles Hint are easily portable
and sold for a very small sum, Dr.
Thomas' Ecleetric Oil iwssesses more
power in concentrated form than one
hundred limes the quantity of many
unguents. Its cheapness and the
varied uses to which it can be put
make It the poor man's friend. Nc
dealer's stock is complete without it.
The bank, n consequence of a farmer's failure, had to finance a large
farm, and last spring the man they
had put in charge of it wired lo ihe
London manager of the bank: Lambing begins next month. If drought
continues will result in total loss.
Postpone lambing till further orders,
wired back tho resourceful London
manager.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper
A laborer went into a neighbor's cottage. In the corner of the little kitcli-
dial of which was the customary figure of an old man holding a scythe,
and above was the time-worn inscription: Tenipus fngit. Looking wisely
up at the clock, the old man said to
ibe owner: Aye, tenipus fugit! Same
man as made ours, I see!
A Scotch preacher who delighted
in much verbal flourishing before he
finally made his point, was one day
telling his rural congregation the story
of Jonah. And as they threw the
pulr mon overboard, he said, a girt
monster appeared at the side of the
ship���niblins it was an elephant, alb-
lins it was a lion, alblins was a hip-
poppotamus, aibllns��� Aililins it was a
whale, shouted an eager old woman
from the front row. Aibllns you're a
fale! retorted the disappointed old
minister, and brought his sermon to
an abrupt conclusion.
What new dishes have ymi bad
since you have had your new French
cook? askid Mrs. Squire of a friend
whom she met one moi-nin:;.
Oh, a whole new dinner set, replied
the other, and several pieces of cut
glass, and she's only been wllh Us foi
about a week.
Two lawyers before nn American
judge recently got. into a wrangle. Al
last one of tbe disputants, losing con
trol over bis emotions, exclaimed tc
his opponent: Sir, you are, I think
the biggest fool that I ever had the
misfortune to set "eyes upon. Order!
Order! said Ihe judge, gravely'. You
seem to forget that I am in the
room.
JAMS
UPTON'S PURE  FRUIT
Are pure Jam improved by the
addition of Pure apple jelly-
Try it. All Grtocert
Tonunv hail been a lown mouse all
his little lire up to the present year,
but work had been plentiful with hie
father, and he was discussing witt
his wife tbe desirability of sending
Tommy for a week into the country-
Tommy listened thoughtfully and al
length broke In: 1 don't want to go!
Wby not'.' Canst I've heard they have
thrashing-machines in the tfbuntry>, and
it's bad enough here in town, when iff
done by hand.
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"THE ONE REMEDY"
A medicine prepared by regular graduated physician of unusual experience in treating woman's diseases���carefully adapted
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All medicine dealers have sold it with satisfaction to customers for the past 40 years. It is now obtainable m liquid or
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stamps for a trial box, to Buffalo.'
Every woman may write fully and confidentially to Dr. Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., and may be
euro that her cane will receive careful, conacientimts, confidential
consideration, and that experienced medical advice will be given
to her absolutely free.
Dr. Pierce't Pleasant Pellet* regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and bowel*. Sugar coated, tiny granule* easy to take at candy.
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PRESIDENT
SUSPENDER
NONE SO-EASf
Angry  Diner -Walter, you are not
Ut to j.. i-vc ;i pig,    \\'ali."i    1 am doing my best, sir.
W. N. U. 968
Not Entirely
Hate you lived hero all your llfo?
asked a ilrumiuor of a lean, lantern-
jawed Tennessee   mountaineer   who
Blood idly leaning against a rail fence.
The mountaineer shifted his weight
from one fool lo tbo other and replied:
Not ylt.
Mli.-ul's   Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria
Barber (boglunlng   ilie   haircut)���
Have you heard the story about the
man that ���(resuming business)���-that
, It slioil, sir?     Customer (a tired editor)���Ves, a mere synopsis will do!
Always the Way
This la the truth, It Is no Jest,
Aa you yourself can plainly see,
Just give n man a day of rest
And BOO liow restless he will be.
Corns and warts disappear when
treated with Holloway's corn Ouro
Without leaving a scar.
You are nliiely-sevon ytars old?
Yes.���What aro your rules for reaching such un unusual age? I dunno
as I have any lu particular. Just,
keep on living, and you'll gat there,
young liian.
You caiuut ii.ci'i t:*:;i befogging hc.vila.chea.
NA-MIU-CO Headache Wafers
slop them la quick time and clrar yc.'.i lica.l. They
do not contain ei'.'icr phftniOftllRi aceUr.!!U, morphine.,
opium or any otii?r dan(,cro'os druf. 20c. a box at
your Druggist's. Ul
National Dnua and Ciismicai. Co. er Canada. Limitid.
Mrs. l'Tubdiib My husband goes oul
every evening for a link constitutional, Does yours? Mrs. dizzier--
No; my husband always keeps it lu
ilie house.
Modern uirl if you really loved
nr' all lhe lime, why didn't you lei
me khow? Modern Youth���1 couldn'i
find a post card with iht rlghl word*
on it.
HOW mO^lMl&CffKliOT
CARES PQRTHE PUBUC6FORTHE
mT���owirri
COMMISSARY BUILDING,
A citizen of tho world wishing to spend a holl*
day at Banff, in the heart of the Western Canadian Rockies or to mako a business journey
along the linos of the Canadian Pacific Railway
rents his sleeping car berth, boards the train,
lives and eats In luxurious surroundings while
being whirled across the continent! and has
Little idea of the fastness of tha enterprise upon
which he bostows his patronage, nor of the
tremendous system which must be maintained
In order that he and others, likewise minded,
may travel in such safety, comfort and luxury.
For Instance ho goes to bed and does not know
that an army of men four thousand strong is
employed by that Dining and Sleeping Car
Department. He Is not aware that tho same
company could, within five days, transport an
army of thirty thousand people from Vancouver
to Halifax, giving each a sleeping berth and
supplying; ninety thousand meals a day, or
practically half a million on the five day Journey
across the continent. Again, he does not realise
that, If the dining and sleeping cars ot the
Canadian Pacific Railway wero made up into a
single train with a locomotive stationed at
Ir.'&rvala ten coaches apart, that that train would
be fourtoon miles long. To man this city on
wheels would require an army of three thousand
dining and stooping car attendants with several
hundred additional men at terminals to handle
supplies for them. This is exclusive ot the
thousand men who would be operating the train
In the capacity of brakemon, conductors, firemen
and engineers, a total aboard in all of 34-00
people.
TAKING CARE 07 THE PUBLIC.
It would tako a great deal of space to tell how
the Canadian Pacific Railway takes coro of that
public which patronizes its lines and how also
it takes co.ro of thoso omployees whose duty it
Is to minister to the comfort of that public.
Yet the C.P.R. has taken many steps in that
ii.-ectiou and it is safe to say that In a dozen
particulars it stands ahead of any road on the
continent when It comes to treating its dining
and sloepng car employees humanely and sanely.
Theso men are as desirable a class of public li
norvaut as can be found iQ any private house*
from tho point of view of efficiency, personal
t-leanlinoBs aud freedom from danger of spread^
lug diaestno. Tho company is as considerate
of its men ai it ia of tho general public and it
Is fully awaro that such a course is simple
" goodbuniness."
Certainly tho most colossal task that presents
Itjelf to tho C. P. R. is that of provisioning Us
dining cars to food the hungry multitudes who
vross their thresholds oach meal hour. It is
ast imattid that in the summer season the C. P. R.
serves on an average twenty thousand meals
a day on its cars. For many years tho company
has boon grappling with tho problem of supplying; this enormous demand in a way that would
insure to the Ronor.il public absolutely clean
and perfectly wholesome meals and only now
has tho company come to believe that it has the
situation completely in hand. ���
The lirst problem that presented itself was to
have securo a really assured and permanent
source of supply* To attain this and, incidentally, to show farmers in various districts
the possibilities of their lands when scientifically worked, demonstration farms wero atartod
throughout tha Dominion. These supply
absolutely fresh provisions to the chain of commissary stores stretching across the continent
and giva tha Canadian Pacific Railway the
assurance ot a permanent supply at cost prices,
tn this an absolutely radical departure was
made in that tho C. P. R. actually owns and
operates the forms which supply it with pro*
visions.
The advantage ot this is not for to Kek. Fresh
jnilk and cream will soon bo secured in whatever
quantities are desired. A sufficiently large
number ot poultry can be kept to supply all
requirements tor table fowl and eggs. To Insure freshnoss in the eggs used on dining cars
tha product is gathered from the neat (au eggs
are non-fertile by the way) stamped with the
date, and then packed in cartons and sealed for
delivery to commissary stores. Milk and cream
are not handled in bulk, After being thoroughly
pasteurized the products aie placed in sealed
bottles and those are opened in the presence
of the passenger with the day and date of milking
fight on the bottle. Similar care is taken ta
Insure absolute cleanliness in all other demonstration farm products.
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INTERIOR
Fruits and vegetables form a large Item on
dining car menu. Tho Canadian Pacific Railway Imports these from all parts of the world
and offers them on Its tables before they are
available elsewhere, and then, when the
Canadian products are ready the preference is
fiven them. In fact the company specializes
n the famous fruits and vogotables of British
Columbia and contracts for these products for
the entire requirements, especially apples and
potatoes, for this service for all western lines one
year In advance. The quality ot these fruit.,
such as apples, plums, cherries, poors, and
vegetables,such as celery and potatoej now stxads
highest in the continent,
AN OBSTiNATE PROBLEM
Ona really obstinate p'gMeni has cor.frouted
the Canadian Pacific and that has been tha
supplying of fresh bread and pastry to its patrons
���bread and pastry of such a quality that tha
shield and beaver trademark would be its guar*
antee. Many experiments have been tried butt
that degree of success desired by the company
is only now being attained. Final upon all
plans comes the announcement on this years
appropriation list to the effect that the company
will Install a chain of modern bakeshops at such
terminal points between Halifax and Vancouver
as would Insure a complete re-stocking of din in*
oars with fresh bread, cakes and pastry ever?
fifteen hours. Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,
Moose Jaw, Calgary and Vancouver are to have
such railroad bakeshops as will several other
points not yet definitely decided upon.
The care of meats, milks, vegetables and
perishable goods for the twenty thousand people
who must be fed daily by this one railway requires most elaborate refrigerator plants. All
refrigeration Is done artificially and the scientifically perfect degree of coldness is maintained
to preserve the goods and so to maintain highent
quality.
A MODERN SCIENCE.
Modern'medical science, both prevent!?*
and curative, has reduced Itself to practically
ono only science -bacteriology -with the allied
art ot preventing disease bugs from finding lodgment In any place that comes in contact with
human beings, mere particularly to keep all
human food free from exposure to these germs.
Recognizing this, the Canadian Pacific Railway
has worked out an elaborate system of individual
service, reducing the handling of food to a minimum. All bread, cakes, pastry, pie, pudding*,
etc., are prepared in Individual orders : in fact
this system ls extended to cover all possible
service ; even ice cream, which ls made under
most sanitary conditions, is prepared in individual portions, each portion wrapped In special
case to prevent handling:
[ITS FIRST CARE.
On�� of the first cares of the Canadian Paciflo
Railway is to see that all Its employees are physically healthy and clean and to this end it has
been deemed expedient to establish a ch^in
of homes for tho dining and sleeping car men
over the entire continent. The C. P. R. ls tho
only railroad corporation today which provides
this class of employees vita free lodgment and
bed when away from home. At all large terminals such as Toronto, Winnipeg, Mooso Jaw,
Calgary and Vancouver these dining car and
sleeping car omployees aro boucod by tha
company. In establishing this system tha
management hod one mala idea In view. It
would be able to giva tha general public tha
assurance that every employee had a physique
free from disease, because all are subjected
to a periodic medical examination, and it
would Itself then be in a position to assume
responsibility for the cleanliness of employees.
Under the system that prevails on the C.P.R.
it is Impossible for a dining or sleeping car
employee to go out on a run, as It is called,
without, first having taken a bath and gotten
his clothes newly cleaned and pressed fres of
any cost to the employee.
Nor ls the Canadian Pacific Railway inspired
by solely business motives in this work. Tha
company ls not a "soulless corporation" In
dealing with Its men. On the contrary, the
homes, as the Illustrations will show, are an
embodiment of tho cozy home spirit. Comfortable nooks and corners abound. All are scientifically ventilated and managed by competent
caretakers. Libraries, bathrooms, Including
showers, large windows and indeed all tha addenda of the modern homo are present, and
everything ls spotlessly clean. Thus, when a
C. P. R. man is away from home he is under the
company's care. And so it comes about that
C. p. R, omployees would pass medical inspection to report for duty In any hospital. If oc-
cislon for their service arose. The result of all
this care shows In the health of the employe*
by going out from the terminal rested, in good
health and In every way prepared to care tor 6fe��
public The Royal Bank of Canada
COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $i   and  Upwards  Received   and   Interest
allowed at Current Rates
DRAFTS ISSUED
on All the Principal Towns in  Canada,  the United
States and Europe
R. H. HARDWICKE     -     .   MANAGER
Campbell's
The Courtenay Review
Ami Conmx Valley Advocate
A Weekly Newspaper,   Published at
Courtenay, B, C,
N. II. IIdhhn, I'iilitor nml Proprietor
Subscription H.B0 pit Year in Advance
THURSDAY, AUGUST ��8, una
Some one hns apparently blundered in this military demonstration.
The question is being asked will
the Comox Valley have to pay a
portion of the cost of having the
soldiers quartered at Cumberland,
As well as suffer tlie inconvenience
and mortification of seeing the
military ride rough shod over us.
Not content with shutting off the
booze supply in the valley, the'
military authorities last week came
down and forbid the merchants
selling powder and shot or cartridges. This may be good tactics
in time of war, but it is not the
most comforting incident in this
campaign.
LAZO
General Store i
��� ���
We Invite Vour Inspection of Our
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
Groceries
Hardware
1913
Fall Coats
19 13
New Goods Coming in on Kvery Ikml
Prices as I,o\v as the I,o\vest
Chas. H. Pigott
LAZO, P. O.
Notwithstanding the fact that
there is a large notice painted on
the bridge warning all persons to
walk their horses over it, one day
last week one of the soldiers,
quartered at Cumberland, rode his
horse at full speed across the
bridge, lawmakers should not be
lawbreakers. Had the constable
seen any civilian doing this lie would
have been haled before a magistrate and fined. Luckily for the
"Johnnie", Jeff didn't spot him.
Local Lines
Have a photo of your residence
taken by the Courternay Photo
Studio.    Prices moderate
Straight and Cutaway
Styles
NO TWO A1,1 KI ���:
Simmons had returned from his
vacation. "I certainly enjoyed the
hiiskiug-bees," he said to a young
woman, ''were you ever in the
country during tlie season of liusk-
iug-bees?" "Husk ing-bee*!" exclaimed tbe girl; "why, of course
not! How do you husk a bee anyway, Mr. Simmons?"
Womens, Misses and Children* Cloth Coats
We are showing this season un assortment superior to any season previous for
Quality anil Style, (lur stoek comprises
all the prevailing styles for Fall and
Winter in brown, tans, blues, Kr'"'ys and
blacks. These eoats are niiule in a large
variety of cloths uud colour combinations
such as moss cloth in solid and two lone
effects, two tone diagnols, curl cloths,
zireline, tweeds nnd mixtures, in lengths
of 4S, 5(1 and .52 inches, in straight and
cutaway stvles. Prices ranging from
$8.50 to ,52.5.(111
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton.
N. G. Fitzpatrik, of Victoria,
District Traffic Superinteneut, B.C.
Telephone Co., Ltd., paid Courte-
nay an official visit last week.
Mr. II. C. Lane, of Victoria,
District Commercial Superintendent
of the B. C. Telephone Co., was a
caller at The R .view office yesterday.
On Saturday afternoon Mr.
Richard Carter had the misfortune
to cut himself severely in the neck
with a brush hook, while wielding
the weapon.
The butter churn, at the Creamery, broke on Tuesday, and as a
result the cream was shipped to the
creamery at Cowichan. A new
one is expected to arrive ou tonight's boat.
Ctilton Bros., who were granted
lhe contract grading, installing
false bridge work, etc , for the firtt
twenty miles of the McBride junction and Comox line, have completed tlieir work, and Mr. Leonard
Skelly is now winding up their
business locally, preparatory to
their departure to new fields of activity.���Parksville Journal.
Guaranteed
Watch
Repairs
at
HORNBY'S
Watchmaker and Jeweler
COURTENAY, B. C.
New Townsite-No. 8 Mine
This consists of Eighty Acres, half of quarter section 22H, the
Canadian Colliery owning the other half on which the main
shaft and sawmills are situate, so that it is well situated, being close to business operations end absolutely inside property
Price of Lots $150 and upwards, on easy terms
Vancouver
Island
Farms
and
Acreage
Specialists
Apply
HARRY IDIENS
Telephone 36
Courtenay, B. C.
Vancouver
Island
Farms
and
Acreage
Specialists
British Columbia Investments, Ltd.
onung
Our lien's Clothing in all the latest patterns and styles to hand
Made-to-Measure Clothing
A big selection of  samples iu  Made-to-
Measure  Clothing now showing
Shoes
We expect shortly   consignments iu the
following  lines  of  shoes  witli tlie  fall
lusts :--- Invictus,    Packards,     Dorothy
Dodd and Minster Miles
Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
Fall and Winter Clothes
We have just got our new samples of Fall and ���
Winter Clothing from the
ART TAILORING CO., LIMITED
Over 400 Samples to Choose from
Gents' Tailored Overcoats in the very Latest Styles
and finished with the best materials
Every suit absolutely guaranteed in fit and material
LOGGIE BROS.
FECHNER BLOCK COURTENAY
FEED!   i
FEED! FEED!
A. B. CRAWFORD BARN
A large stock of shorts, bran, crushed oats, hay and poultry
feed for sale at exceptionally low prices
Phone 32
Courtenay
HALLO!   NUMBER4!
PARKIN'S STORE ?
This Week's Arrivals���Boots and Shoes, Preserving
Kettles, Apricots and Peaches
First Class Quality
Prompt Delivery
5/0ff for Cash
The
PARKIN
Way
Corner Store, Sandwick
Parkin Bros., Props.
GRANTHAM   SAWMILL
We are Now Running Full Time and are Able to
Supply Rough and Dressed Lumber
at Short Notice
Our Timber Is All First Class
Grantham Sawmill Co.
SANDWICK
Local Lines
The framework of the new Royal
Bank is up.
Several lots in the orchard have
been sold this week.
Read Messrs. Shepherd and
Hornby's ad. on the front page.
Mr. W. G. McKeau expects to
be in bis new store on Monday.
The old school house is being
moved up onfo Mr. Cairns' lot near
the new post office site,
Mr. Hind has the foundation for
four new stores laid. Messrs. Sel-
by & Pollock have the contract.
Married���at Sandwick, on Wednesday, August 27, Mr. Harold
Henry Smith to Miss Robina Annie
Dingwall.
The directors of the Comox Ag- J
ricultuial Society   held a meeting!
last night, when the various com-1
mittees   reported   progress.     The J
sports   committee   will arrange
very   attractive   list   of  sporting'.'
events, including racing on the new,]
track, which will draw full entries.'!
On Monday evening a  meeting'!]
was held to consider the advisability���
of forming an athletic club in Cour- f
tenay.     After some discussion itJl
was decided to do so, and a ways.|l
and means committee was appointed u|
to see what can be done in the mat-
ter.    The site most favored was one\
alongside the river,  where boating 1
and bathing could be added to the'*
other attractions.   The committee J
will   meet   again  shortly   and re-\J
port. fil
Special Notice to Rent Payers and Investors
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WHY PAY RENT?
When under our plan you can buy for payments LESS THAN RENT
We Loan   you  Money at 5   per cent, simple   interest, over  a
period of   10   1-2  years.    At  the   end of  that time   you own
Property  instead of only a bunch of Rent Receipts
P^0*0^t^0*0*0*0*0*0l0*ait0O090*0t0t0*0*0*
For Particulars call at
Cameron & Allan's Office
Open Evenings from 7 to 9
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Representatives of  B. N. A.   Home  Investments  Co.,   Limited,  Vancouver, B. C.
Acadia Trust Co.
HOME OFFICE   -   VANCOUVER, B. C.
Acts as Trustees. Administrates of Estates. General
Financial Agents, Real Estate, Mortgages,
'     Loans, Insurance, Etc.
4 % Paid on Deposits
Property owners of the Comox Valley are specially
invited to list their real estate with this Company
wanted.
Messrs. Maitland, of Vancouver,
McFall, of Powell River, Henderson", of Cumberland, and Calhoun,
of Courtenay, also gave short addresses.
In the evening a deputation from
the Board of Trade  waited  upon
Mr. Clements, re the dredging (f
the Courtenay River. Mr. Clements
promised to do all in his power to
further the scheme. A large dredging plant was now in operation on
the coast and it would now be possible to get work done where it had
been utterly impossible some time
ago.
A banquet was held at the Riverside hotel in the evening, which
about 50 attended. Th." supper as
usual was provided in Host Fech-
ner's very best style. The speeches
afterwards were delivered in a very
happy strain.
Conservative Picnic
[Speeches Delivered by Prominent
Politicians
The Conservative picnic on last
[Thursday was a very successful
uffsir in every way. The weather
jvas ideal, and a good crowd turned
Tut. The various sporting events
���vere well contested. The girls
fact was won by May Fitzgerald
Ind Irene Shannon, ioo yards
|aih, ist Grant, 2nd McKelvie.
mile, ist W. Grant, 2nd A.
I'rant, 3rd Issac Paul. Boys units 16, ist W. Calhoun, 2 Robert-
Tin. Indian woman's race, ist
trs. Joe, 2nd Miss Joe, 3rd Jose-
jiene. Swimming, ist R. Wilm-
jurst, and E. Wilmshurst.
j Messrs. Manson, M. P. P., H.
laments, M. P., Hon. Dr. Young,
Icretary Vancouver Conservative
| sociation, were present and de-
Jsred addresses in which they
Itched upon timely topics. In
course of Mr. Manson's retries he said that this district was
Jcially favoured with good roads.
1 pre-emptions of 160 acres each
been taken up in the last 12
Inths in the district, and when-
lr there were enough children
to form  a school,   a teacher  had
been procured.
Mr. Clements said it was a pleasure to be here to represent Ri.
Hon. R. L. Borden, was sorry he
could not get to see us as often as
he would like, but as there was
10,400 miles of coast line in this
constituency, one would have to
be travelling all the time in order
to see all the places once a year.
This constituency had been disgracefully neglected bv the past
government. He had done his
duty to the best of his ability.
Had secured telegraph connection
for Bella Coola, and would do all
he could to induce the department
to improve the wharves and other
services.
He touched upon the beautiful
valley we have here, had never
seen it before at its best as it was
today. He was doing his best to
get the control of the fishing industry out of the hands of the Japs
back into the control of white men.
Hon. Dr. Young referred to
"Mike" as a winner anfl wis wondering what he would be asking
him for tomorrow, The provincial government always tried to
develop the country, and listened
to the reports of the members of
the constituencey, who were the
best qualified  to know what was
The Mill on the Dyke
Can Supply you with
SHIPLAP
Number One, thoroughly dry, it won't shrink,  and the price  is  right.
Number Two, a good grade.   The price is way down
HOUSE .LINING
Makes the best job and costs no more.   Four and six inches in stock
FLOORING and CEILING
AH grades and qualities.   Prices to suit every pocket
We also have on hand several lots of Barn Siding
and Flooring, suited for building Sheds, Barns, Etc.,
on which we will make especially attractive prices
for cash sale
Knowles - Smith Lumber Co., Ltd.
COURTENAY      -      B. C. ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce that we have just received one of
the finest lines of Undertaking and Embalming Supplies
ever  shown   in B. Cm   consisting of  Caskets,  Collins,
Burial Robes, Etc., Etc.
We are graduates in Anatomy, Sanitary Science, and the
Science of Embalming, aud are prepared to do  Embalming for Export or Domestic  Burial, in tlie most scientific
milliner. Calls answered day or night
Respectfully submitted,
The Furniture it Undertaking Co.
COURTENAY
ansa
If You get it at PLIMLEY'S It's All Right
20 High Grade Cycles
Slightly Damaged
Humber, Singer, Enfield, Coventry Cross
and other well-known
makes, shop soiled,
slightly damaged in
transit or returned
from hire. Big price
reductions. Write for
details
Thos. Plimley
739 Yates St. Victoria, B. C.
TO RENT
Tin' Rennlaon Ranch, Lower Road,
Sandwick, comprising house, buildings
ami thirty-six acres of land "( which
about twenty acres are cleared, ten acres
under cultivation,
Tenders to lease the above lor one
or more years will lie received up to
noun, the'8th���day of September, 1913,
Tlie lowest or ally lenilsr not necessarily accepted.
August 22, 191.*.
Hardy & Biscoe
Real Estate Agents ami Auctioneers
Courtenay, B. G.
The Market Man���I think livings
getting cheaper. K'riiisiance, two
! years ago them eggs would have
cost you 50 per cent more.
The Customer���Two years ago,
when these eggs were fresh, they
would have been worth more.���
Philadelphia Ledger.
Miss Sumnierboard���Have you
noticed what delightful air this is?
Why it absolutely intoxicates one.
Cleverton���H'm! It ought to.
They charge champagne prices.���
Puck.
Mrs. Bones���How charmingly
polite your little boy is.
Author's wife���Yes; I tell him to
read all the declination slips his
father gets irom the editors.
COMOX
St.   Peters   Church,   Anglican,
Services during the month of August.
31st: 7.30 p.m., Evening Prayer.
Mtirgrave Hilton, |
Officiating Minister. I
First Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
rhone i) Courtenay
PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation     Cusine BxceUen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
J.   E.   ASTON
Basement Willard Block
loggers Hoots anil Siloes Maile
Repairing  Neatly  nml   Promptly   Done
"Is the man your sister is goin'
to marry rich?" ' 'Naw; every time
the marriage is mentioned pa says:
'Poor man!' "���Houston Post
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & ontractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
R. Athey
o ntractor and Builder
Plans ami Estimates Supplied
on Short Notice
COUKTENAY
Exp
Dray
"Are you good friends of the
Browns ?''
"I    should   think   so.     We're
In the Matter of the Estate of
Andrew Byron Crawford, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all debts
due the above mentioned Estate must be
paid forthwith, Payment of such debts
must be made at the office of the Acadia
Trust Company Limited at Courtenay
li. C.
ACADIA TRUST CO. IM.
Executors  and  trustees of  above-mentioned estate.
BERTHA CRAWFORD,
Executrix and trustee of the above-mentioned estate.
May 14, 1913.
Waverley Hotel
Cumberland, 11. C.
Best of Liquors and Cigars,   Hot and
Cold Water, Baths, etc,
PRANK DAM/AS, Proprietor
"Mac's" Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proprietors
tCviVOrSiCLO      ilOwGl  taking care of theircanary, bulldog
a.id goldfish while they are away on
their vacation. "-Detroit free press.
CQURTENAV
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines
Liquors aud Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
0. H. FECHNER, Prop.
C. W.   Shannon
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge
Shannon Block,        ourtenay
Men's Tailoring
Establishment
Courtenay Club Rooms
Latest New Vork Styles, Cutting
and Designing
Prices Reasonable
T. D. Hinds
Late of Powell River, B. C.
Union St. Courtenay
5 Passenger Stoild.irt-Dayton
Motor Car For
Hire
A. J. MARSHAWv, Owner and Driver
Phone  36
Union St.     Courtenay
Jos. Barrie
Tobacconist
An American gentleman, sa ys
The Argonaut, recently went over
the field at Waterloo with a guide
who boasted that he escorted Oeu-  	
eral   Sheridan   over   the   scene of   n<rn.rri    nrtr,ri
Napoleon's., great defeat.    "What   BYRNE    BROS.
did General Sheriden  say?" asked
my friend.    "Oh, nothing."   "He ! Manufacturers of
must have said something."  "Well   High-Grade Havana Cigars. "Monarch"
he only  said,'it  was a good-, and "Oak Brand"
place for a fight. I
1 g For .Sale at AU Hotels
= I
619 Johnson St.        Victoria
PERCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
ress  and Cokely & Ferris
Stables
Dominion and B. C.
Land Surveyors
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTENAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
F.  PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTENAY B. C.
.Subscribe for The  Review
Sub-division Work
a Specialty
PLUMBING
Heating and      GET   YOUR
Electric Wiring
Allan & Drinkwater
b. c.
Next to Royal Bank
COURTENAY
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing  and
Shoe Shining done by the
Courtenay Cleaners
\V. Iv. SCOTT, Prop.
Next door to the Butcher Shop
Ed. Wilson ���* Courtenay Hotel
Carpenter and Builder
Moving Buildings a Specialty
COURTENAY     -     B.
CourtemT   ���  B   t    - ^   ^   ^��^oc^
Palaee Livery
& Feed Stable
Contractors & Builders
Artistic BuugaloWS a Specialty
Masonry and Brickwear of every description.       Flans furniseed
Estimates Free
All Work Guaeanteed
COURTENAY
B. C.
Herses and  Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
R.  N.  Fitzgerald
Contractor and Builder
We also attend to wood hauling
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Phone 25 Courtenay
Plans   aud   Estimates Furnished,
First   Class   Workmanship and
Materials Guaranteed
Established Resident of Courtenay
COURTENAY, B. C.
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
Nona but the BEST WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
Dealer in
Choice Fruits,
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland
TiieStar
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended to.   All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
RIFLES
SHOTGUNS
Ammunition
We have now on display the finest assortment of Rifles and
Shotguns in the Comox Valley,  including all of the best and
popular makes, and at the lowest pricesj   Come in and inspect
our stock
Single Barrell Shotguns from $7.50 up
Double Barrell Shotguns from $14.00 up
Marlin; Stevens, Savage and Winchester Rifles.   Cartridges
in all the popular calibers
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY     -    and     -      CUMBERLAND /��>
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. 1.1.1)., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIKD JOHN AIHD
General Manager Aanittunt General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as Is given to all other departments of the
Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        8.4
W. T. WHITE, Manager, Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland Branche*
Comox branch open on Tuesday, from io to 3
Comox Co-Operative Society
Beg to announce they are moving
into their new and larger premises
which will entail larger expenses.
As our profits are small we request
all monthly accounts to be paid on
or before the 15th day of each
month following. Unless paid by
this date we shall be compelled to
adopt the C. O. D, system
Union Street
Courtenay
Local Lines
Mr. and Mrs. V. P, Harrison
have returned from a vacation at
Victoria.
The Board of Trade meets next
Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the
board rooms.
Mrs. N. II. Boden and family
arrived in Courtenay on Thursday
evening last.
Miss Mary Anton, of Vancouver,
is .spending a few weeks with Miss
Lila B xlen
O. II. Fechner is at Nanaimo!
this week in an endeavour to have]
the embargo lifted from the hotels I
in this district.       ��� i
Mr. B, F, Krause arrived home
from Vancouver ou Sunday. Mrs.
Krause is still in the hospital, but
is recovering very nicely.
The S. S. Cowichan will not
make her regular trip to Comox,
next Tuesday morning, Sept. 1.
The trip is cancelled owing to the
boilers having to be blown down.
She will be on the route again as
usual on the following Saturday.
Mr. A. Toombs, of  Nanaimo, was
in town Tuesday.
The Sisters of St. Joseph, from
Toronto, are in Comox preparing
to htiild a large hospital, with
hopes of also having in the near
future, an academy for young
ladies. For the present they are
prepared to receive a limited number of patients iu temporary
quarters, The Sisters are anxious
to meet the people of Comox District, of all denominations, and
shall lie pleased to recieve visiters
in the house near the R. C. Church
Comox. Applications of music
pupils accepted.
Land Clearing
and Slashing
I am prepared to take contracts   for   Clearing   and
Slashing  Land anywhere
around Courtenay
A. B. MOGG
Grantham,     Sandwick P. O.
BIG REDUCTION
We Have Still a Few Lines Going Cheap
Men's Cotton Underwear, 80c per suit
Men's Porus Cotton Underwear, with short sleeves
J�� and short trousers, while they last 75c per suit
Now is the Time to Enjoy One of These Cool Suits
Our Entire Stock of Men's Straw and Linen Hats
are Being Clesred at a Big Reduction
Come in ahd Get Fitted
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
1 yw
Men who want exactly
one hundred cents worth
of actual value and
unfailing worth for
every one of their dollars,
always wear
HOBBERLIN  CLOTHES
Fall Suits and Top Coats
$20 to $40
llcPHEE & MORRISON
COURTENAY and COMOX
Sole Agents for Hobberlin Tailoring
���FWW���llll��� III I I IIWtllM ���        H
Advertise in The Review.
Cabbage  Plants
NOTICE TO COMTRACTORS
COMOX-SCI-IOOI/
SUAIvKD TENDERS, superscribed
"Tenders for Comox School," will
be received by the Honourable tbe Minister of Public Works up to noon, of Monday, the 8th day of September, 1913, for
the erection nnd completion of n two-
roomed scboi 1 and conveniences.
Plans, specifications, contract and
forms of tender mav be seen on and after
the 16th day of August, 1913, at tbe
office of Mr. J. Carthew, Secretary,
School Hoard, Comox; Mr. J, llaird,
Government Agent, Cumberland, B. C,
or the Department of Public Works,
Victoria.
Intending tenderers can, for the sum of
ten dollars ($10). obtain one copy of the
plans and specifications by applying to
the undersigned, which sum will be refunded on their return in good order.
Each proposal must be accompanied by
an accepted bank cheque or certificate of
deposit on a chartered bank of Canada,
made payable In tlie Honourable the
Minister of Public Works, for a sum
ecpial to 10 percent, of the tender, which
shall be forfeited if the party tendering
decline to cuter into contract when called
upon to do so, or if be fail to complete
the work contracted for. The cheques
or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful
tenderers will be returned to them upon
the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with tbe actual signature of the tenderer,
���nd enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
ilyrt! accepted.
J. B. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer.
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, II. C, August 13th, 1913.
NOTICE
The Undersigned hereby give notice tbat
the Estate of Andrew Hyron Crawford
will uot be responsible for nor pay any
debts or other obligations contracted by
any person without the written order of
the undersigned.
Bbrtha GitActi Crawford.
Acadia Trust Co., I/td.
Executrix and executors  respectively of
the Estate of Andrew Hyron Crawford,
Deceased.
June 3rd, 1913
ft
rioving Pictures
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday
ICARi/Y and h.VTF, SAVOYS
KARIA' ami  I,ATI; CAUUFIXAV. :
TOMATOE PLANTS
R. FARRIS    -     Lake Trail Road
The   Comox   Barber  Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   CUss   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E.  DALRYMPLE,  Prop.
ICE CREAM
Summer Drinks
By a new up-to-date electric plant ���	
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE1-    ,  _  . _
An Entire Change of Programme Swail S   POO!    ROOIII
Twice weekly
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor    I E. SWAN, Prop.
*9999**4&*99******************+*********************9
I RESTMORE HOTEL!
AND GRILL
; The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
J Rates Reasonable
���
SANDWICK
31st: 11 a. in.,   Morning  Prayer?
I       FABER & FABER, Props.
and Litany
Musgrave F. Hilton,
Officiating Minister.
I    Telephone 3-5
COURTENAY, B. C.    |
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j THE REVIEW. COURTENAY, U.C.
Cause  of  Eirly  Hardships
Her  parents  weren't always  rich.
TluiL bo?
No. In tlieir i ill days Iliey hail
to Btruggle just like Uio rest of ua.
llow do you I.now.'
Because fho Knows how lo cook
nnd do housework, and you don'l suppose, she'd learn those things 11 she
didn't have to?
a Bulgarian ollleer who had lost a
log in ihe campaign was complain'
lag ot his hard ease to a civilian, At
all events, the latter Bald consolingly,
you have tho happiness ot thinking
lhai by lour efforts your countrymen
were enabled to plnnl ti fool In Turk-
Mi territory, Perhaps, replied the
BUlTorei'i but I h<ill regret It wan mine.
5iai^i<yyyyyyaiiliailiai
Your Liver
is Clogged up
Thnl',1 Why   You'ro Tired���Out 0��
Ijorlu���HeSS no Appetite.
CARTER'S UTTI
LIVER FILLS
will piil you ri,;hl
ia ft lew duyi
They do
ihr-ir d ily.
Cure
Cunili-
patten,
Dltlostnelt, Indigestion, and Suk Headache.
Small PHI, Small Dose, Small Price.
Genuine mu;t bem Signature
w i iwwvf vivmwffivfffvviw
Guaranteed by the maker and
guaranteed by every McClary dealer to
be the mostefficient heater money will buy���yet
it costs no more than an ordinary furnace. Fills the
house with pure, warm air, even  in the coldest
weather and consumes very little fuel. Write to
the nearest McClary Branch if you do not
know the McClary dealer of
your locality.      x'��
M
Sanshine i^rlac^
i~
,-.'. (!;������ .;$</  \<fA' .y~$\
' -'��� i'.,.'*,v.i' .L.,mV:   ;rV"*" "
LONpONi:-TORONTO,  MONTREAL, :WlrJ{il?EG,  VANC^VERi.- 5T. JOHN,^;  HJVIVBLTON,   CALfJARY,. SASKAjOdN,1EDMONTON ''.*
.y^rvi
There's Many a Slip
Sinlihson bad been really a power
in his day. Al any rate, he hud
held u job bringing In somo thousands a year���Hint is to say, until
thn buwisIi came, After thai lis failed   to  hold   any  Job  be  got  and   ho-
oamo permanently out ol hick.
IIIm old friend Jonklns was a hit
surprised, therefore, when Smltbsou
day,
stopped hlni in the   street   mi"
mid angrily exclaimed;
Ho you  know,  I've Just received
the prize Insult of my life!      A niii.it
offered   me  a job  Ihls  momlngl
Offered you a job? replied .lenliliis.
D'yoii cull iluii un Insult? I thought
,\ou were looking for a job?
Ves, but nol at. $16 a Wei li. Hang
11 nil. 1 Can borrow more than that
from  you!
HMIMfflU
WAl cKI-nUUr   CULUKS AND  uui-r-s
Somolhlnu   better   ihan   linen  nml  no
laundry  bills,      Wash  It  wllh soap ami
Wuior.     All stores or direct. Stale stylo
nml  size.      For  "F,e.   wc  will  mail  yen.
THE    ARLINGTON    CO.    Oh'    CANADA,
Limited
53  Fnr.fr  Avenue,  Toronto,  Ontario
.WANTED at once
Pomona   t"  wort;   for  ui
In dnnro time iii   home.   No cxperlenci
required   Willi   our   NEW   ART   COLOR
INC,  PROCESS     Easy nml    fascinating
work, Clooil I'll;.-.    No canvassing.  Write
lor Instructions (tree).
COMMERCIAL   ART  STUDIO,
SIS College Street. Toronto, Canada.
REST AND HcALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mrs.Winslow's Boothxmo Sviuip lias been
used for over sixty YEARS by millions of
MOTMIilts for Iheir CHII.DldlN WIllIJS
TI'.KTIIINC, wiih l'I'.lll'TiCT BUCCRSB. It
fiOOTHKS lilt CHILD, KOI TUNS, the GUMS,
AI.I AYS nil PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and
k ihe best remedy tor iiiakhhu'.a. It is m*
solutcly hflrtulcss. He sure nnd ask lor "Mr*.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and take uo other
kind.  Xwenty-fiveceatsa boiile.
.T. Plerpont Morgan wus always a
silent   man, and' he  would  sometimes
champion Um silent wiih ii story,
old John Bates, an upholsti rer, so
ihe ntory began, was renowned for
his silence. People who had been
his customers for a generation had,
many of them, never heard n word
from him except: Oood morning. Five
dollars. Thank you. Good day. old
John, In fact, cultivated silence us a
Camilla Cultivates his arl.
A patron ono day said lo John,
What's the best kind of nml tress?
Hair, was the reply.
The patron, somo twenty years later
had occasion to buy another mattresB,
and again he nsked:
What's lhe best kind, John?
Cotton.
Cotton'.' the patron cried. "Why
you told me twenty years ngo that
hair wn,s the best.
The old man save 6 quaint sigh.
Talking lias always bcon my ruin,
he said.
FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS.
Ifro'i fOCl'OUt Of :.OKlS"KUtl l><)WVuT*LrOTin.i BLUES'
n; pre it from (.iukev, di.mi.ike, kkkvocs dissasf^
DilBONICWIlAK'.r.SiitAUJJ'tllSa.SClilRkUPTIOXS.fHJ*
write fur my FREE booli. tuk most (NSTRLtrm*
MK1)I( AI.llODK KVt.|t WKI-ITEN.ITTEI.LSallabmtthese
|j|r.p.Ar.rs ntv. th* Rr!H.\i>rini-K n res kkfkcted bl
THE NEW FRCNOH REMEDY. Not. N��2. N.3.
THERAPION Jo>rr..��
If It's tho ronidlv for vrrtJR own allnut. Donl teadtCML
Atw-J-itel/fiM-.E. No fnaovtip'tirasfirt. DRlJtCtKlO
klKu.CnjiAri.ii&iixjiKu.lfAyrsiiu.tv.LoNDUM.Enih
Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.
EXCELSIOR   LIFE   INS.
Wiwilad HM
CO.
A|��0 llc.r'y
}3,501.1JD.n
Absolute Stcgrtf
Liberal Frolila
IV new Eltca'ltof po ley contiactl are tlis bell for protftclion,
inveitnient '�� lo prov.de fund* lor liquidating mortKages, et:.
tHooil to Lain
VacanciM 'o; nsenti wiving either entire or spare time
App'.r   etSer   to Protfinr/a! OIliMl. Winnipeg, Edmonton,
Sajl.a oul. Vnciuver Brio Head OH'ca, Toronto
Try M urine  Eye Remedy
It you have Red, Weak, Watery Eyes
or Granulated Eyelids. Doesn't Smart
���Soothes Eye Pain. Druggist* Sell
Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c.
Murins Eve Salve in Aseptic Tubes,
25c,  50c. ' Eye Hooks Free by Mail.
An Evo Ionic a,..i.i for All Eyoo Oi."t Heed Car*
laurutu  Eye   He.neUy  Co.,  Chicago
Uo entered the Meteorological Ser-
vieo Oflice and said abruptly; This
'ere's where you give out. weather
predictions, ain't It.
The cleric nodded.
Well, eoullimed the old man, 1
thought as how 1 could come up an'
give you some tips.
Yes, said tie clerk, politely.
Yes; I've figured on a little, and 1
Hnd that ye ain't, always right.
No. We sometimes make mistakes.
Course you do. We all do sometimes. Now, 1 was thinking as how
a line that used to be on the auction
handbill down in our country might
save you a lot of explaining.
What was the line?
Wind and weather permitting.
He went oul without waiting to say
good-bye, .
Poor Rules
You  nny  you'ro  no  good.       Why
didn't, you  enter the amateur long
Jump?
Kiiles   didn't   Still   lue.
Why  not V
They wanted to atari ua oft with
a pistol shot, and I do my host Jumping when 1 boar a motor-horn.
THE DANGER
"    OT_ANAEMIA
Consumption  May   Follow Unless
Its Ravages Are Checked
'there Is danger lo every girl anil
every   woman   who  falls  a  vidian  lo
anaemia   thai is bloodlessnesB, Tbey
become   listless,   feel   loo   weak,   loo
wretched und mo hopeless   to   lake
prompt Hteps lo stop lhe Irouble. Too
often, through neglect, they drift into
a worse condition, forgetting Hint anaemia frequently bails ou to consumption.     If you are anaemic iu the least
decree you should lose no lime ill bo-
ginning treatment, lo Increase and en-
enrich the blood supply.    To do tills
there is no other medicine, so good as
Dr. Williams' Phlk l'ills.    Every dose
helps make rich,    red    blood,    which
drives  out  disease  and  brings again
the bloom of health to pale and sallow
cheeks.   There are thousands of women and growing girls in Canada who
owe their present good health to the
timely use of Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills.
Among those who bave been restored
io health by this great, medicine is
Miss Hose Neville, Mount forest, Oul.,
who says;  "Dr.   Williams' Pink Pills
performed  almost a  miracle  in  my
c��30.     I was a victim of anaemia, in
what my friends considered a dangerous form.      1 was very pale, always
felt tired out,   suffered   from   severe
headaches,  and  bad  no  appetite.   1
was  taking  doctor's  medicine  for  a
long lime���In fact 1 tried two doctors
���but Instead of improving 1 seemed to
be growing worse.     My parents were
at a loss lo know what to do for me
and thought I would nol recover. Then
a friend advised Dr.  Williams' Pink
Pills and 1 had only taken them a few-
weeks when I began to feel better.
This greatly encouraged me and I con-
llnuid taking the Pills for some time
longer,  and   found   my  liealih  again
as good as ever it had been.    In fact
I am stronger than ever 1 was before.
I have advised the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills to other girls who
have found the results, equally beneficial."
Sold by all medicine dealers or by
mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
��1.50 from Tbo Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Broekvllle, Out.
Caught  Napping
I say, Tom, said Fred, whilst In a
restaurant the other day i noticed
i wo fatheri and hvo sons at dinner
and ihe charge was 25 eenlii per
head, what do you think II cost Ihem'.'
Well, that la easy, snld Tom, Tho
eosl    would   be   SI.
Vou aro wrong, Tom. II would
he   75     collis.    The     persons     were
father, sou   ami   grandfather,   and
ihree at '-���"> cents per heal would be
75 cinls.
There ua.i a greal call le show.,lu
London, and exciirslnnhils    from    all
parts   wen,   being   dumped In  Ihe
metropolis by   enterprising   railway
companies,
li struck ihe editor of one of lhe
London dally papers thai his readers
would like lo know whal the Btrongers
thought of the world's capital, and
so lie dispatched a reporter lo King's
Cross.
Hillside the greal lei'mtnilB Ih" re-
purler spied a braw Heois laddie,
fresh fine lhe lib bin's.
I loo duo ye do? he asked In the
(liiesh Cockney Scotch as be extend-
i d his hand.
Hans awa'l yelled lhe Scotsman, ye
are no long lost, fl'eil' o' mine, and I
dinna want, lo buy any gold rings lhat
ye've just picked up, 1 was warned
about the likes o' ye afore I left Perth.
So jusl poji off afore 1 gie ye a rap on
lhe mnn'!
In Iho next morning's Issue there
were the Impressions of many visitors
but none of them Scuts.
BLADDER AND
KIDNEY TROUBLES
At,, ,nuacd hv poisoning ImpurllliSa
wliloli flog tin- kldnoym Intense
piiln Is in,, resiill uiul slueploaa nlidii
follow, 'ni" puili'iii l men annoyed with aluii'ii palna shooting ib uii
ilie back nnd up the aplne. Tltt-aa
palna often sn violent nml ncuto that
ine vii-iltn atilTera lie' ftrealcai agony
nml la <hl, 'it nbnoal In deapalr, Tim
refuatt anil ledlinonl which Bottled In
ilu. klilneya iiuial bo removed in order I" procure, relief,
HANOI., llu- Kidney Cure Is Ihe
only reliable remedy ulilih hns n
tiomblned effoel o( acting on Iho kid.
ni'.vs, nn,I restoring them in Ihelr
natural condition, nml removing Kidney,  Hl.iiM.r nnd null H �� lij ills
Knlvlng Mum'. II eleanaes nml pur
Idea llu' cvHh'in. alreugthena nnd In-
vigoraloa the Kltlncya, ami eneoui'-
ugea proper nitration, n relieves Hie
lot hi nml glvca Hiri'tiuiii nml energy
I,, Un.' body, I'll'''' J1.tin l"'r bottle,
1,11, i.iiiii" free from Ihe HANOI,
MANUD'ACiUrUNCI company of
CANADA.   LTD.,   WINNII'|,;il.   MAN.
Miller's Worm Powders arc a prompt
relief from the attacks of worms In
children. They are powerful in their
action and, while leaving nothing to
be desired as a worm expellant, have
an Invigorating effect upon the youthful system, remedying fever, biliousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness,
and other ailments iliar. follow disorders caused by worms in the stomach and bowels.
Nights of Agony come iu Iho train
of asthma. The victim cannot lie
down and sleep is driven from bis
brain. What, grateful relief ls the
Immediate iff eel. of Dr. ,1. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. It banishes
the frightful conditions, 'dears tho passages, and enables Ibe afflicted one to
again sleep as soundly and reslfully
as a child. Insist on the genuine at
your nearby druggist.
She was a charitable old lady of a
somewhat Inquisitive turn of mind, and
l she  was  paying a visit  to a  naval
hospital.    Presently she came to the
| bedside of a poor fellow who was ono
I of the victims ot a gun explosion.
1    My poor fellow, sho said, depositing
I a hunch of grapes within his reach,
I your sensations and sufferings at tho
I time of the accident must have been
terrible,     fan you���will you describe
them to me?
Well, mum, said John stolidly, I do
not know as I can; but I can tell you
I was on deck attending to my duty
with the gun, when all of a sudden
there was a most terrible row���and
then the nurse says: Sit up and lake
this.
Teacher Whal is the derivation of
ilu' word lunatic?
Pupil l,una, ihe moon, and���er���er
���attic, the upper story.
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A schoolmaster had been severely
correcting one of his boys, and finished by saying: Now sit down and write
a letter to your parents, telling them
how much you aro taught here, and
how Utile you profit therefrom. 1
should be ashamed to tell them. The
boy cried a good deal, and then wrote:
Dear Father���1 am very stupid,
though there Is more to be learned
here than anywhere. Twice two's
four, four hoys go lo one bed; six
bed make one attic, nnd four attics
make one well ventilated and appointed Bleeping dormitory, due round of
bread and butter makes one breakfast
and every tea makes ils own supper.
This lime, said ihe master, we will���er
���overlook your conduct nnd you need
not send lhai. nolo. (lie had been
overlooking).
'Tv/ia thJ fl''st night of tho ir-cat
drama, 'The Clue of the Return Hal;
or, Did He Not Como Hack'.'' at that
home of the actor's art, the Thespian
Theatre, Little Slocombe. Little
Slocomhe, and this should be noted before the curtain rises, is a great, place,
and is famed in several villages round
about ror its football. They are enthusiasts in Little Slocombe. Hut the
curtain rises, and the play's the
thing! Here comes the great detective specially wired for, to enquire into tlie strange and enthralling mystery
which envelops the moated grange.
Almost Immediately he finds a cine.
Four people have been shol. A hush
falls upon ihe bouse as the great
sleuthhound makes his momentous
pronouncement. Ha. ha! be cries,
in dramatic tones. There has been
foul play here���foul play! Now what.1
next shall 1 do? From Ihe gallery
came a voice, clear and Insistent, to
the perplexed detective;
Give  'em    a  free    kick,    guv'nor!
Thai's Ilie game! i
Now, here is a showcase, said the
dealer, pointing to a peculiar-looking
specimen of bis wares, that is bound
to become popular. It r.-.agnifles
everything that. Is put in it to double
its natural size. Can't use It in my
business, replied the prospective customer. What I want is a case that
will seemingly reduce the actual size
of Its contents fully one-half. What
Is your line? asked the dealer. My
speciality Is ladles' shoes, replied the
oilier,  with a suppressed grin.
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Il was story telling time In Ihe first
grail.'. The teacher had taken her
place in front of the class and asked:
What would you like to hear loday?
A II1 Lie hand shot up in tic- back of
the room. Well, Bobby, what story
do you want? Please, ma'am tell us
about the little boy who swallowed the
piece of ribbon and it made him sick
at bis stomach,
at his stomach,
The teacher looked mystified,
hy I never heard of that story,
had belter take something else.
Bobby was not, so easily down;
Oh, yes, you have, teacher
know if says:
He ran to the window as quick as
a flash.
Flung up the shutters and threw up
ihe sash.
P,ob-
We
But
You
A Kansas college Is teaching Its
girl Btudents how to be good wives.
But does It guarantee them positions?
Hullo, nil!, bow precious white ���Jim
look this morning! -exclaimed a facetious cabby, addressing a brother-whip
who had suddenly achieved notoriety
by signing the pledge. Whatevo;
made you go and turn yourself into
a waterhutt?
'Cos 1 know'd I should be heller able
to hold Hie rein! was lhe cart but
conclusive rejily.
on9! Put Off
seeking relief from tho illnesses
caused by defective action of the organs of digestion. Most serious sicknesses get their start in troubles of
tho stomach, liver, bowels���troubles
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Mamma! exclaimed Iho beautiful
girl, who hud suffered affectation to
obscure the little intellect she possessed, what is that long green thing lying on lhe dish before you? A cucumber, my beloved Georgians, replied
tlie mamma, with a bland smile of approbation of her darling's commendable curiosity. A cucumber? Gracious goodness, my dear mamma, bow
very extraordinary! 1 always Imagined until this moment that they grew
iu slices.
And you say that you are innocent
of the charge of stealing a rooster
from Mr. Jones? asked an Arkansas
judge of a meek looking prisoner.
Yes, sir, and 1 can prove it.
How can you prove it.
I can prove that I didn't steal Mr.
Jones's rooster, judge, because 1 stole
two bens from Mr. Graston the same
night, and Jones lives five miles from
Craston's.
The proof Is conclusive, said the
.Judge.     Discharge the prisoner.
When buying your Piano insist on having an
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���And what Is sophistry? Pa���The
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DiLGRiM JOE SAD.
le Resents the Word "Faker" as
Applied to Him.
���IIS   MOTIVES   THE   PUREST.
"he Continued Misunderstanding ef
the Public Grieves Him Greatly.
Hie Experience While Exhibiting at
Jump Off the Reverse of Felicitoue.
By M. QUAD.
(Copyright, 1013, hy Associated Literary
I'ress.]
I AM milking Till per cent profit on
my various: remedies for the euro
of whllt nils mankind, but I hero
are limes when I grow weary.
I can draw a man buck from Iho
���awning grave, hut when uiy remedies
ron't grow n new leu to replace the
tvooden one 1 nm called n fraud
1 Mill snve tbi! child dying of fever,
but hecause I eitu'l: Hiihslltiito soine-
llllllg for his red hair mothers drive
me fl'oill the door as n faker,
I lake n tintype of mini or woman nt
bull price nud In nine eases out of len
tin bin mod Hint li looks homely nud
tin I ura I. I save man or woman from a
iiiiilde's gnivo when laboring under
ii'spiintlcncy, and hope relurns lo Ihem
>nly to hliiine me for bulling In.
I smile its I count my profits, but I
mod tears when I think of tbo Injustice of tills world.
Besides lifting up tbo lowly, oncotir-
kgiug the Borrowing, Belling my reme-
Bics, tnklllg tintypes uud showing my
TIMVPES AT HALF PniCK.
���loving pictures ns 1 travel about the
country, I also collect statistics for the
agricultural bureau at Washington und
keep tab on human nature us I Uud It
lu various localities.
11 grieves uie to say tbat In carrying
out Ihls hitler duly I buve been forced
to the conclusion that human nature Is
gradually but surely losing Its reverence for sacred things. Not a week
goes past but what 1 find p. dozen Instances or It, and It hurts uie more
Ibau 1 can tell.
The Town of Jump Off.
Two years ago' I exhibited my moving pictures at the town ot Jump Off,
which was founded as a future rival
of Chicago and bad seven murders and
nine elopements the first year. When
1 showed the picture of General Washington at Valley Forge���emaciated,
���tarred, discouraged and almost ready
lo trade American Independence for a
pumpkin pie���there was n breathless
silence in the audience for n minute,
end then sobs and tears broko forth
from every point of tbo hall. Men
who bad not shed a tear when Ihelr
mothers-in-law died now broke down
.. mid bad to be led from the hull and In
some cases, as 1 afterward learned, did
not lake n hand nt poker for the next
two weeks. 1 was told of women that
went homo and wept for throo days
end could not be comforted and of Utile children (bat wanted to send their
food lo the starving patriots.
Last week I got around to sirow my
pictures In the same town again. Tlicre
wns a still larger audience, and I
lliotight I observed an Increased look
of reverence on their faces. After collecting my statistics as to lhe number
of cucumbers per aero raised In that
part of Kansas this year I mounted
the platform nud started tho 6how
with tho same old pictures. It was
Washington silting In bis log bouse nt
Valley Forge. Ho was the most sorrowful looking skeleton ever exhibited
to the public outside of nn anatomical
museum. I expected great results, and
I got 'em. Instead of tears and silence
snd sobs, the picture no sooner appeared on the canvas than Irreverent
voices called out:
'".���"nt blm up!"
"Feed hhu pudding and mllkl"
"Give him'chop siieyl"
"Hey, George, old boy, Where's your
fried oysters?"
My grief and astonishment can hnrd-
ly be Imagined, As I looked at the
audience In n reproachful way tbe audience continued to hoot nnd guy, at*)
1 hart to tnno tne picture ou. raw
audience even booted mc. I iiien es-
lilhltcd a picture of Satan walking arm
In arm with n Boston alderman Hint
bad sold his veto for J'J.tXiO, and there
was applause lusting seven uiltilltcs.
I Had Great Hopes.
The next picture wns Faith clinging
to the cross. I hnd great hopes that
(Ills would bring the audience back
Into lhe straight and narrow path, but
was doomed to disappointment she
was advised to go borne and go to
darning stockings, nnd when I would
have expressed   my  surprise  ut  such
sacrilege some one ttirew a turnip and
hit me on (ho Jaw.
From tbenco on I exhibited only pic-
turcs showing tbat tho wages of sin
aro from four to teu dollars a day, wltb
board and washing and (beater tickets
thrown In, and tbo nudlcuco went wild
with enthusiasm. 1 could not close my
eyes to the Tact thnt the drift of lhe
limes was toward wickedness nnd that
tlio traveling agents of family lllbles
must bo living ou onions nud sleeping
In fence corners.
Next day, while I was driving over
Hie highway from Jump Off to Stop
Here, 1 inol a cavalcade. My Innocent
fnce. venerable wblnknre and hearing Insure mo respect. In most enses
lhe cavalcade removes Its bats nnd
bows low before inc. In this case ns n
sign of the degeneracy of the limes Iho
Stvulcado balled, and Hie leader asked
lie what 1 would take lor my whisk-
*a"��. I hud not yet recovered from my
iMtonlsliment when another mini dismounted und climbed up on tho wheel
or my wagon aud actually gave a tug
at my whiskers to see If they were
false. Then they called me old man
and old boy anil old hoss, and one of
Ihcm tiled to spit tobacco juice In my
fighting dog's eyes. As I drove on it
just did seem to me tbat the end of the
world wus ut hand. In Imagination 1
could see tbe destruction of Sodom and
bear tho yells of Its perishing inhabitants.
A Spirit of Levity.
Having reached tbo town itself, I observed that a spirit of levity and gay-
ety pervaded the place; hut, tbougb It
might be owing to tbe fact tbat thero
was a man In towu from Denver trying to sell folding bathtubs and hairbrushes, I opened my show by Introducing Pilgrim .loo's Alternative, which
is a well known remedy for drawing
folks back from tbo grave. 1 bad
scarcely announced tbut the price still
remained 25 cents, notwithstanding the
panic, when a crowd begau to hoot,
lu selling this alternative I usually tell
a little story. It Is about u fond mother whose sunny haired little boy gets
In the way of a brick bouse aud Is
crushed (o a pulp. The mother sits
grieving over tho remains nnd wnlllug
out that there Is uo moro happiness
for ber ou tbls earth when au angel
comes flying down wltb a bottle of my
Justly celebrated remedy In tier baud.
Sho pats tbo grieving mother on her
head and tben sprinkles some of tbe
alternative over the remains of tbe
child. In five minutes be Is chasing
grasshoppers and tho mother Is laughing In glee nnd wondering wbeu the
next circus will como along.
Seeing Hint tbe crowd at Stop Hera
was u little out of humor, I started
In to tell this slory, but It brought missiles Instead of tenrs uud smiles. A,
majority of those missiles collided wltb j
my sacred body, and for the only time
In thirteen years I was somewhat em- j
barrussed. I passed tbe picture along
and substituted "The Discovery of
America." No good. They threw tobacco cuds at Christopher as ho stood ;
and gazed upon America. 1 substituted
"Two Orphans," but the ragged and
starving little girls, wandering around
In n snowstorm at night In search of
fodder and sympathy, were advised to
cut It out. lu desperation I changed
to the most sacred picture In the collection, which represents a field of battle at night, after tbe lighting. Thero
are dead and wounded scattered about,
and Instead of being on their roosts
und usleep thousands ot buzzards ore
hovering o'er tbo sceno. There lire
nugels there weeping o'er the dead or
praying with tbo wounded and other
uugcls with clubs wbneklug away at
the buzzards.
Produced Tears and Sobe.
Wben I exhibited this picture Iu the
towns of Step High, Go On, Merry h
nnd Wbo Cores there wero such tears
und sobs as produced u wave of Influenza nil through tbe state, and hundreds of men rode from ten to fifty
miles lo (ell mo that they would not
enlist lu Ibe army If Japan licked us
ten times over.
On Ibis occasion, however, the picture was received In frozen silence.
This lasted about a minute, and then
tho audience began to guy. Tbo sacred angels were advised to try this or
that breakfast food nnd to put on tailor made gowns nnd wear "Merry Widow" hats, and wben 1 stepped to Hie
front nnd protested agalust such sacrilege there were shouts for me to pull
down my vest nnd get off tho earth,
I bare no desire to pose us a discoverer or explorer or to muke my fellow
man out worse tban be Is, but my con<
vlctjons n.re!
First,-Sacred things are gradually
losing their sacredness,
fjeeond.-A spirit of levity Is nbrpnd
in tne la.In.
Third.���This world will eventunlly he
a mighty tough place to lire In.
Fourth.���If you have n puln nny-
whero lu the family or among your
distant relatives tuke Pilgrim Joe's
Auullillntor.
Fifth.���If you hnveu't got n pain, but
ere slowly dying from grief, old nge or
disappointment, take Pilgrim Joe's Alternative. It will bring back to youth
nnd oyster stews and give you u
chance to start even with (ho world.
There Is uo other. If your family
druggist tries to get yon to tuke n bottle of hair dye In Its plnce cull hlni u
horse thief nnd walk out.
LARGE FAMILIES.
Th* Word.
"He pleaded with her to soy the little won) that would make him happy
for lire."
"Tell me quick!   Did sho say It?"
"Sho did.    It was ���No.'"-Hli'inlng-
ham Age Herald.
Wayside Chat.
"What did they give youso at dat
Inst house?"
"Gimme three mlnutei before turnln'
loose do dog."-Knnsns'''llv Journal.
Song of the Telegraph Wiree.
A new theory of tbe singing of telegraph wires has been offered by Professor Field of tbe University of Ottawa. No explanation yet given
seems to have been perfectly satisfactory, nnd the suggestion is now
mnde thnt tho sounds represent mlnuto
earth Vibrations, which are transmitted to tho wires through the poles.
These vibrations depend largely on
varying nlr pressure. The song of the
wires, therefore, may give good barometric signals, a sharp sound Indicating that a change Is close at hand,
while a low humming shows thnt present conditions may continue a day or
perhaps two.
Knew What to Do.
A trolley car bad butted Into k pedestrian, who was knocked prone.
Others who were passing, thinking tbe
accident might be serious, rushed te
the assistance of the fallen man.
"Are yon much hurt?" asked a well
Intentloned Individual who helped tbe
victim to his feet. "Shall I get a doctor for you?"
"Doctor nothing!" replied the other.
"Guess you don't know much about
trolley accidents. Get me a lawyer "���
Exchange.
To Keep Him Attentive.
'Why do you encourage your husband to drink so much coffee?"
"It's tho one Uilug that will keep hlui
awake nights, and that's the only
chance I get to tell him whnt I really;
think of him.'1���Cleveland Tlnln Dealer.
Naturally.
tome English Household! Are Nearly
Record-Breaker?.
Recently two extraordinary cmes of
very numerous offspring in lhe mine
family were recorded in lhe Kuglieh
press, and these attracted great et,
tention at the time. One wns that of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rogers, ol Chiswick,
who can boast a family of no fewer
than twenty-nine "little" ones, though
these are hy tro mothers, the present
Mrs. Rogers being the second wile of
Mr. Cliailes of that ilk, who is a
well-known builder in the district.
j'J'ha proud father, aged seventy-four,
might have been seen carrying his latest infant to its baptism a week or
two ago, and Chiswick supporters did
due honor to the occasion.
The other case was that ol Mr. T. A.
Slack, ol Purley, Surrey, who, curiously enough as a coincidence, can
also claim to be the lather of twenty-
nine children j and in this instance
the writer believes, too, lhat Mr. Slack
can boast that these "thirty save one"
nn  still   all alive.
Capital ns these examples nre. as
showing that even In this nge of
bishops and judges who rail at the
decaying birth-rate, yet tbe nation is
not wholly going to the dogs in this
mutter, the instances mentioned do
net form anything like a "record"
for the country in this lashinn.
[ There was that stalwart Scot bail.
,ing from Cromarty, Mr. Thos. Urqu
]hart, who was not only the lather of
thirty-six children, but had the supreme satisfaction of living to see a
large number ol them gain very high
.positions and become quite eminent.
'Of the thirty-six no fewer than twenty-
'live were sons���quite an unusual proportion of the kind.
I Sunderland just now seems to be
itrying to either break the record in
'anotlier way, or lo quality in decent
time for a place umongst the notables
^already mentioned. For tbe wife ol a
small shop-keeper in the Wearside
town last month presented hor spouse
with twins, which would have satisfied
most fond parents as the product of
one twelve months. However, when
it is learned lhat tbis same good lady
had already borne another set of
twins less than a year previously ono
may he forgiven for saying that, at
the rate of "four a year" to such a
'youthful couple, the claims of Mr.
Rogers, Mr. Slack, or even Mr. Urquhart, appear In much danger of being
.Boon excelled.
In the annals of "Numerous Children," by Boyle, there is a case given
ot a Paris lawyer who had no fewer
than forty-fivei and history also states
that, a baker In France could boast
of twenty-one children, bom nt seven
births, and all within the astonishing
short space of seven years What a
family this would have been for winning the good graces of the prelate ol
London, or tho former lilshop ol
Rlpon I
Of course, the actual "record," eo
f-r as authentic history can give it at I
all, surely belongs to Signora Grants, j
tho wife ol an Italian living at Barcelona,    This  real  "mother In  Israel"
did  her  duty  so  nobly to  Iho  state
that, at the a; e of sixty, she could
look round nnd count something like
forty-nine olive branches who were as
delighted as possible to call her "mo-1
ther."    Slgnora   Granta  undoubtedly.
holds the record still; an", our English parents of twenty-nine���nay, even
tbo Scottish oops of thirty-six ��� will
have a long nsy to go to overtake it. .
���London Tit-Bits.
BISHOP AS "HEALER"
BISHOP   OF  LONDON   RECENTLY
MADE A REMARKABLE CURE.
His Lordship Wat Summoned to the
Bedside, of a Girl oi Fifteen Suffer-
Ing From Nervout Breakdown-
Prayed For Her and Anointed Her
Head With Oil Afler Which She
Dropped Off Into a Sound S'eep.
His Lordship the Bishop ol London
recently effected n marvelous cure in
tho case of a fifteen-year-old girl suf.
feting Irom ft nervous breakdown.
When hla lordship reached the sick
chamber in responso to the mother's
request, be found that the little one
had been raving ami shrieking in delirium all the afternoon, and it seemed
unlikely that he would bo able to
|iray (or her without frightening ber.
"In a race between an airship snd
au automobile whlcb would win?"
"Barring accidents, the airship ought
to come out on top."���Chicago News.
One of Them.
"What are your views on tbe great
public problems?"
"I haven't any views on public problems," replied the man whose Interests nre under Investigation. "I'm oni
of tbem myself."���Washington Star.
All Depends.
Wigg-Is It unlucky to postpone ���
wedding day?
Wagg���Not If you keep an doing It-
Town Topics.
A Neglected M.P.
Shrewsbury, Eng., was at one per j
lod represented by a member singularly neglectful of his Parliamentary
duties.    John   Mytton,  who  was   returned  for  the borough  in, 1819,  remained  in  the  House  only  half an
hour  after  he  had  taken   the  oath, ���
and  then  left,  never  to  set loot  in
St.   Stephen's   again.    This   solitary
visit to the House cost him  $50,000
'in  election  expenses.
!   Mytton resigned his Beat the following  year,   but  stood  for  Shropshire
twelve years later, when ho bad run ,
'through all his money.   In his election address he stated: "I have now ,
no  wife,   no  family,  no  hounds,   no |
horses���somo will  say  no steadiness
of puryose���but feeling that I can devote  myself to your  service  I  offer
myself as  a candidate."    This  time
he   was  badly  beaten  at the  poll.���
Doily Chronicle.
A new kink in addressing envelopes has been noticed recently by
some of the postoffice clerks, instead of the word "personal" on these
envelopes to Indicate that the letter
ls intended only for the eye of the
person addressed has been written
���'himself," In each ease these let-
ters had been sent from England,
In some parts of Ireland tho head of
tho household is always referred to
by tho members ol tho family as
"himself," and the Influence of that
custom may havo had its effect on
the English writers, or possibly Ilia
writers were Irishmen living in England.
Town Under the Waves.
Hon. Frederick G. Wynn, ol Glyn.
illvon, has fiicceded in making an
examination from his yacht of tha
site of Caer Arianrod," the Koman
town which lies buried beneath the
waves ol Carnarvon Bay, About 40
yards from the crest of the reef, which
covers two acres, and which tradition
marks as the sito of the old Roman
station overwhelmed by the sea, he
discovered large boulders arranged in
regular lines which looked like tho
foundations of a building 20 yards in
length by 10 yards in breadth, and a
very curious and perfect pillar of
Stone, with a conical top, eight feet
jn height, three feet across, and
three-sided in form,
Cost Big Bum,
The Bwaffhain Hoard of Guardian*
have received, notice ol Uio dentil ol
a lemalo imiatio belonging to tlieir
Union who has been an Inmate nl the,
Norfolk Asylum fliws IMi), During
her H years' l't?s|depeq \\\ that Institution her maintenance, eoit tlu Hate<
payor- ���tf.oW.
Explanation Demanded,
"Have you heard about poor young
Hicks' trouble wltb Ids wife?"
"No, I've been out of town for tbe
last month,   What Is It?'1
"He sent bis ofllco boy np to tbe
house for bis raincoat oue day last
week, and sho found n memornudum
ill the pocket rending, 'Ribbon for
typewriter,' and Hicks Is having ��
deuce of a time trying to explain."
nisnop oe i.oxnnx.
As he stepped to the bedside, lioweTet-,
an extraordinary thing happened, "Da
you know ine, flearf" he said. "Yes.'*
Said Iho child, as she slipped hex
hand into that of the bishop, What-
followed is (bus described by his lord.
Bhip; "Kho had not slept lor a long
time, With the mother and lhe nurse*
1 knelt at the bed, We had two pray,
ers; then 1 anointed her on tho forehead with oil, prayed fee n blessing
on it, placed my band upon her held,
and pavo her tbo blessing, ae.d st
that moment she sank back into a
deep sleep and slept for hours during the night, and, thank God, it it is
His good pleasure, she is now on the
high way to recovery, 1 knew that
evening that Jesus waa personally
with us, and I could not help thinking
it was very much like the raising il
Jairus' daughter over again."
A Labouchere Anecdote,
A Lab��-uchere anecdote which has
not been done to death is given to
the new volume ol recollections, by
Bir Henry Lucy ("Toby, M,P,"), to
whom it was told by Labby himself.
It concerned the younger son of a
peer, who thought that a berth In the
piplomatio Service was tn desirable
a place as any for one who took life
rather easily, He knew nothing o{ the.
special subjects upon which the ore-
liminary examination was based, out
there was at \ei;t the promise ot Sj
lark, As far as ho could make out,
he did not suprly a sit.gle correct
answer to the long list ol questions.
Nevertheless, he came out first in the
competition, It was a surprise even
for a confident young lordling, Meel-
ing one of the examiners st a dinnet
a few days later, he ventured, to ask
how tho thing came about, "We at
once saw you knew nothing," was, lha
reply, "But your manner waa so free
from constraint under what to some
people would have been peculiarly
embarrassing circumstances that we
said to each other, "That's the very
man to make a diplomatist,' So we
gave you a start on your career,"
Auction by Candle,
A quaint custom, over 200 years old,
known as the ''Candle Auction," for
the Jetting ol a held called Stoweil
Meaqow, situated at To/worth, p,eai
(hard, Somerset, Eng., wai again f>b'
served. Thu tenants on tlie estate, o|
Which, Stowejl Meadoiy torma part,
met at the village inn, and during the
burning of an inch o| tallow candle
made bids for renting ground (of a
year. Certain fines are imposed which
(ire put into a "kitty,"' and afterwards
spent upon refreshments for the company.
Burns Got Out ef |t.
Occasionally Mr. John Burns's
great fluency Jets him down, It did
in the Biitish House of Copunons re.
eently, when he was |a|kmg with
pathos about "poor orphans and theil
widowed mothers who turn char.
women.'1 '"There they are," lit
cried, i'workjpg, cleaning out 0UI
public offices, making a noble Strug,
gle to keep a sick husband"���ft tittfcl
that grew rapidly to a roar o! laugh,
ter informed him that he had gon��
wrong���"to keep a home togethet,'1
he corrected, hastily,
Mprosy.
bit George Turner is reported |s
have said that, though leprosy il
usually spread by contagion, most
iepers are hot nearly so dangerous te
the public as a person suffering fret)
consumption. - Boat Load
Kiln Dried Lumber,
Mouldings,
Building  Paper,
Moulding,
Lath,                  Cement, Builders' Hardware
Plaster, Paint and Oils,
Sash and Doors, Lime,                      Roofing,
V Joint,              Nails, Shingles,             Etc.
Door and Window Frames
always on hand
Detail Work
Undertaken
Agents for the famous
"Eveready" Batteries
THIT
Y CO.,  Limitei
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O.Box230
"Not better than the best, but better than the rest"
tUft, the Jeweler
Is now locotcd where lie gets the most business
You all know where?
COURTENAY
The future business center of the
Comox District
rf=
HEADQUARTERS FOR
ARM IMPLEMENT!
JUST ARRIVED
Direct from the  Heney Manufacturing Co., of Montreal, a car  load of
STEEL AND RUBBER TIRED
Buggies, Democrats  and
Express Waggons
Also a Quantity of Extra
Wheels, Shafts and Buggy Poles
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
Geo. Leighton
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder
COURTENAY   -   -   B. .
SEAl/ED TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned and endorsed "Tender for
Jetty and Dredging at the North arm of
the Fraser River, 1). C," will be reciev-
ed at this office until 4.00, P. M., on
Tuesday, September 31), 1913, for the
construction of Jetty and Dredging at
tlie North Arm of the I'rnscr River, B.C"
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and forms of tender
obtained at this Department and at the
offices of C. C. Worsfold, Esq., District
Engineer, New Westminster, B, C,; V{.
'/.. Karle, Esq., District Engineer, Winnipeg, Man.; T- 8. Mncldiclilan, Esq.,
District Engiueer, Victoria, 11. C; J. h.
Midland, Esq., District Engineer, Post
Office Building, Montreal, V. (J.; J. ti.
Sing, Esq,, District Engineer, Confederation Life Building, Toronto, Out,; and
on application to the Postmaster at Vail-
Vancouver, B. C.
Per oas tendering are notified that
tenders will not he considered unless
made out on the printed forms supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures,
stating tlieir occupations and places of
residence. In the case of firms, the
actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each
nu mher of the linn must be given.
Each tender must he accompanied hy
an accepted cheque on a chartered haul;,
payable to the order ol the Honourable
tne Minister of Public Works, equal to
five per cent. (5 p. c.) ol the amount of
the tender, which will be forfeited if the
person tendering decline to enter into a
contract when called upon to do so, or
(ail lo complete the work contracted for.
If the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned,
The Department does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
Hy order,
R. C. DESROCHBRS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, August IS, 1913.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement if they insert it without
authority from the Department.��� 45074.
Mrs. Ellsworth had a new colored maid. One morning, as the
maid came down stairs, the
mistress said: '���Emma, did you
knock at Miss Flora's door when I
sent you up with her breakfast?"
"No, ma'am," replied the maid
with preternatural gravity. "What
was de us ob a-knockin' at her
do' w'en I knowed fo' sure she was
iu dar?"
East year the rate on horses from
Vancouver to Bella Coola was $8
per head, this year it is $17.50 per
head. Why? The Bella Coola
Courier wants to know.
NOW OPEN
Courtenay Bakery
Homemade Bread
Biscuits, Pies,
Cakes   and
Shortbread
Wedding Cakes Made to
Order
W. A1TKEN, Prop.     '
Notice
Messrs. E. T. Cliffe and W. B.
Higgins have purchased the Comox Eivery Stables from Mr.
John McKenzie, and will continue
to carry on the business as formerly.    Vour patronage is solicited.
E. T. ClrlFFE
W. B, Higgins
Chicken Ranch
Wanted
To I.ease, with option   of
purchase, or to manage on
reasonable terms,
1   Apply
Box M   Review Office
KODAKS
Just Arrived, a Full line  of 1913  Model
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Call and get a Catalogue, You will want
One Soon
We are the Only Store in  Coinov Valley
selling Kodaks and Kodak Films
a. hTpeacey
Courtenay Drug Store
Close al 1 p. iu. on Thursdays
Estate of Walter S. McPhee, Deceased
All persons having claims against the
above estate are requested to furnish
particulars thereof, and all persons indebted thereto are requested to pay the
amount of such claims to the undersigned at once.
C. G. CAU/IN
Ageufor E xecutrix.
Union St., Courtenay,
July Al, 1913.
DR.  MORRISON;,  Dentist
COURTENAY, Ii. C.
Dr. Morrison is a graduate both of the
Chicago and Detroit Dental Colleges.
Having a central office in Courtenay he
will visit surrounding towns at regular
intervals
WM.   SAUNDERS
VETERINERY SURGEON
Diseased   Horses   and   Cattle   carefully
treated
Calls Promptly Attended
COURTENAY        ... E. C.
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUILEAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
& Hand
PfSt:
Pumping
Installation
S.A.COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired St Orerhtuled
BOX 134, PHONE

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