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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
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THE  REVIEW
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VOL. 1
COURTENAY, B. C, THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1913
Only a few Lots left in  Terminal
Sub-division.
Your last cnance to ��et a lot in a
cleared field at bed-rock prices.
Drop us a card and we will call and
show you plans.
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
JUST ARRIVED
A shipment of Seagrass Chairs and
Rockers, assorted and at all prices
A large choice of Parlor Tables in
Fir, Elm, Oak and Mahogany, ranging from $2.00 to $10.00
A large stock Oilcloths, Linoleums,
Carpet, Square Rugs and Mats
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
"Bayview" Sub-division
Is Now on the Market
The Property of the Comox lagging & Railway Co.
Situate on the Nanaimo Road,  between Carter's and Roy's
Several Lots have been Sold but we have some Choice ones left
Acreage at the Price of Lots
In Blocks of 1 to 8 acres. Prices $150 to $300 per acre
Easy Terms
For Sale only by
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
Auctioneers and Valuators
Notary Public aud Conveyancing
Willard Block
Courtenay
LOCAL LINES
J. w.   McKenzie is at   Denman
Island this week.
Mrs. N. H. liodcu returned to
Vancouver on Sunday.
Mr. I,. Stevenson Is at Vancouver this week on a business trip.
Victoria and Comox basketball
teams clash next Wednesday night,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. 1*. Daniel
moved into their new home on tlie
lower road yesterday.
Mr. Scoville, of the Acadia Trust
company, is spending tlie week
end at Vancouver.
Keep in mind the basketball
game on Tuesday evening next,
Courtenay vs. Victoria.
Robt. Filberg was called to Seattle on Tuesday, owing to the
serious illness of his mother.
Johnston's car came to grief on
the Comox road while on the way
to Courtenay on Monday night.
The rear axle broke when near
Mr. Robb's place, and the occupants had to walk back.
Easter and local view post cards
at Peacey's Drug Store.
For Sale���Six head of Horses.
Apply, G. R. Bates, Carwithen
Ranch.
For Sale���Double seated buggy,
in good condition. Apply to Rev.
J. X. Willemar, Sandwick.
When you want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
For Sale���Gasoline launch, i6ft
long, 5ft beam, 2 h.p. engine. Apply J. Johuston, Courtenay hotel.
Book keeping and auditing,
monthly accounts made up. Terms
moderate.   Apply. T. A. E. Daniel.
White Wyandotte eggs for sale���
$1 per setting ; also a few at $1.50
per setting. Ap;)ly E. A. Mitchell,
Sandwick P, O. '
For rent���Camping grounds and
tents ; also three-roomed cottagi*
for rent. Apply Mrs. Shannon,
Cumberland road.
For Sale���Automobile,   30 h. p.
E. M. F.    In use one year and a f
half.    Has run six thousand miles.
Apply, J. R. Johnston,  Courtenay
Hotel.
Ranch to rent���160 acres ; 50
acres under cultivation, implements
and stock ; 2 1-2 miles from Courtenay. Particulars from Hardv &
Biscoe, real estate, etc., Courtenay,
B.C.
The Pedigreed Suffolk Punch
Stallion, No. 3632, Duke Lulur,
18 hands high, and close on one
ton, will travel Comox District
1913.   Frank Childs, owner.
Just arrived at WiHard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks aud suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenav.
For sale���in blocks of from one-
half acre to eighteen acres, with
house and barn���the best of land ;
all cleared. Small mill, school and
church within oue mile of property.
Part cash aud the rest to suit the
purchaser. Apply to F. Childs,
Sandwick P. O.
For Sale���Baking table, kitchen,
table, three kitchen chairs, bed
springs, mattress, iron bedstead,
granite cooking pans, kettle, two-
bitted axe, saddle, sledge, wedge,
cross-cut saw, dishes, etc. These
goods have not been in use a
month, cost $125 and $75 takes the
bunch, if sold at once, or will sell
seperately if necessary. Ross Archer, Kye Bay, uear Mr. Lawrence.
VOU   Mom\    t,,  IlUtfst.
Sec 11-; \u- Can Make Vou
Urge Dividend!
Island   Realty   Co.
NO. 19
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Get your Sower ami garden
seeds ut Peacey's Drug Sure.
Have a photo of your residence
taken bv the Courtenay Photo
Studio.   Prices moderate
Remember    ihe    Conservative
meeting in the opera house tonight
If vou have not   already registered
do so tonight.
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Robt. Allan has purchased a
handsome mission finish American
Player Piano from the well known
linn of Pletcher Bros., through Mr.
1). A.   ThotUBS,   their   representative.
Wedding   bells  arc   expected  to
ring tomorrow night.
Mr.   Rolit.   Allan returned   on
Friday   from   Victoria, ii*   eouuec-
water   Company's
from
lion   with   the
business,
A bran ikw locomotive passed
through town on Monday euroute
to the Comox fogging Co's plant
at Headquarters,
Mrs. Sylvester, and little daughter, who has been with her daughter, Mrs. R. Goode, for some
months, left for Scuttle last week
to visit her son,
PARKSVILLE
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FARM LANDS AND WATERFRONT
Twenty Acre Blocks of liiisli Lands ui $4u per acre;   1-5  Cash;   Balance,
in 5 Annual Payments, with Interest at 7"per cent]
Write ur cull mi us for Information
Hickey & Thwaites
PARKSVILLE, B. C.
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The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
A Large Listing of Cleared and
Bush Lands, Ranches, Bungalows and Town Lots
Union St.        Courtenay, B. C.
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Real Estate Firm
in the Comox District
Auto For Hire
Phone 26
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Batteries and Accessories Kept  iu Slock
Courtenay Auto Livery
GliORGK W, WILLARD
Our List of Properties For Sale Includes the Very
Finest Cleared and Uncleared Farms, Sea and River
Frontage, and Bush Lands in the District
We are also Exclusive Agents for the New Station
Sub-Division   at   Courtenay,   where  the  Railway
Station  is  to be Built.    Prices Reasonable and
Terms Easy
Courtenay Town   Lots   For  Sale   at   All   Prices
Local Agents for E. &. N. Railway Lands
We have some Splendid Tracts of Land from 5 to
20 Acres at Reasonable Prices, and Within Easy
Distanc33 from Courtenay
NOTARY PUBLIC
If You want a Safe Investment or Wish to Dispose of
Your Property, See the Pioneer Firm of the District
We are Agents for the Best Fire Insurance Companies and will be Pleased to Insure Your Property
Beadnell & Callin
Telephone 24
Courtenay  - and - Comox, B. C. The Royal Bank of Canada
COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1   and Upwards  Received  ami Interest
Allowed at Current Kates
DRAFTS ISSUED
on All the  Principal Towns  iu  Canada,  the  United
States and Europe
R. H. HARDWICKE     -     -   MANAGER
The Courtenay Review
Ami Comox Valley Advocate
A Weekly  Newspaper,  Published at
Courtenay, it. C.
N, II. IIihihn, Bdltor niijl Proprietor
Subscription 11,80 per year in Advance
THURSDAY, AI'ltIL It, 1018
MASONIC BALL
A   Very   Successful    Social
Event
Anything' undertaken by a Masonic lodge is always well done, and
the ball and supper given on Friday
evening last by t' e officers and
members of Hiram lodge was no
exception to the rule. About
guests responded to the invitation.
No pains had been spared by the
committee to make the affair a success. The hall was very tastefully
arranged in patriotic and symbolic
colors, even the floor had been
freshly oiled for the occasion.
Mine Host, Johnston, of the
Courtenay hotel excelled himself in
the bountiousness aud quality of
the supper served to the guests
Delightful though the dancing
was, not the least absorbing part of
the entertainment was the extreme-1
ly pretty show of dresses worn by
the ladies present. In particular
we may mention :
Mrs. Kilpatriek, who looked especially charming in emerald green
satin, draped with gold beaded net.
Mrs, MacLeod, in champagne
colored silk crepe de chine (one of
the prettiest dresses in the room)
Miss Wilson in eau de nile satin.
Mrs. Krause in cinnamon silk.
Mrs. Millard, looking very handsome in grey satin with a touch of
mauve.
The Misses Covert looked very
pretty in pink satin.
Mrs. McNaughtou in eau de neil
draped with white flowered chiffon
Miss Hoff iu pale blue
Mrs. McMillan in white satin
Mrs. Daniel in pink and blue
satin draped with flowered muslin.
Mrs. Berkley in white satin
Mrs. McPhee in white draped
with flowered chiffon.
Mrs. McQuillan in red satin
trimmed with black,
Mrs. Ardley in blue silk trimmed
with white chiffon and gold.
Mrs. Allan in very becoming
pink.
Mrs. Ryan in blue eponge
Miss Mathieson in light blue silk
Mrs. Bates in white satin
Miss Machin in pink and blue.
The Misses Bridges in white.
Mrs. McGregor in white satin,
and many other pretty dress too
numerous to mention.
The   music   was excellent, and
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that after tliis
date 1 will not be responsible for any
iKIits contracted bj uiy family or anyone
else in Uiy lliltne
WII.I.IAM SMITH,
I.iiteol Hornby Island
Dated ni   Courtenay this -7th day of
March lot;-
NOTICE
All members of the Orange order
are requested to meet at the Orange
hall at 12.45 p.m., on Friday, the
4th Inst., in order to attend the
funeral of our late brother, A- B.
Crawford.
J. \V. McKenzie, Jr, W.M.
was furnished  by Roy's orchestra.
The ladies forming the reception
committee were Mesdames Mcl'hee.
Kilpatriek, McQuillan and IVillard.
The gentlemen who had charge
of the arrangements were : W. S.
McPhee, K. Grieves, Chas. Mathieson, A. Piercy, R. Allan, J. Mil-
ligan, Geo. Ardley, and R. Thompson,aud they must indeed feel flattered at the many expressions of
approval of their artistic decorative
abilities.
All expressed themselves as having had a most enjoyable evening,
and hoping they would be present
at the next ball under the same
auspices.
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
Groceries
Hardware
Get Your  Lowest Prices on Barb,
Wave   and   Smooth   Wire,   and
Poultry   Netting,   in   all   widths,
and then see us
Chas. H. Pigott
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A. B. Crawford Dead
Byron Crawford died at the Cum-
iberland hospital on Tuesday April
11st, after but a few days' illness.
The funeral will take place on Friday, April 4th from the family
residence, and proceed to St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, where
service will be conducted by Rev.
T. Menzies.
Deceased was a well known business man and farmer of this district
having lived here nearly all his
lifetime, being at the age of 59 yrs
and 10 months.
In politics Mr. Crawford was a'
Conservative and being well read,
took very broad views of things pertaining to tlie welfare of the community. Courtenay has lost an
industrious citizen whose place will
be hard to fill. He was a member
of the Foresters and Orange lodges
the latter will attend the funeral in
a body. He leaves to mourn his
loss a widow and three small children at home, one son Dr. Crawford
Montreal, and 2 married daughters.
The Courtenay
Conservative Ass'n
will  hold  their   Quarterly
Meeting in the
Opera House
TO-NIGHT
Thursday, April 3
at 8 p. m.
A   Report of the   Business
| dealt with during the past 3
months will be read
Any person wishing to Register will be able to do so at
this meeting, a Commissioner
will be in attendance with the
necessary forms
All members and others interested are cordially invited
to attend
S. Calhoun,   F. D. Cameron,
Reserved seats for the Philharmonic conceit may be secured at
McPhee & Morrison's store. Secure your tickets early and avoid
the rush.
ROYSTON
New Townsite, Comox Harbor
With its snowclad mountains in the background, sea and green
fields in the foreground it makes a picture worth painting
Watch It Grow
we have lots aud acreage for sale, Don't delay seeings
British Columbia Investments
LIMITED
Vancouver Island Farms and Acreage Specialists
TELEPHONE 36 COURTENAY, V. I., B. C.
President
Secretary
5 Passenger Stoddart-Dayton
Motor Car For
Hire
Phone  36
Union St.     Courtenay
We Wish to Draw
Your Attention
to our full line of men's
merimo  and   cotton
underwear, which we
have just received.
See our new stock of
Men's Furnishings just
opened up.
We are receiving daily
made-to-order tailored
suits, made and guaranteed   by   The    Art
Tailoring Co., Ltd.,  of
~h Toronto,   which  are
y giving  absolute   satisfaction both in fit and
quality
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SEEDS!
If vmi sim poor seed you lose the profit Innn your land (or twelve
months, liennie's Field Seeds nre the Standard of Canada. I will
have 011 hand a complete stock at Catalogue Prices.    Order early before
tlie supply runs out
Guaranteed Barly Rose Seed Potatoes
Turkey QggS, $3 per setting
A few Birds for sale
A-  B-  CRAWFORD
Phone F 81 Courtenay
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��     Ensure prompt delivery, iirst class quality and a good range
of selection
This Week's Specials
Parkin Bros. Special Tea Zephyr Gingham
Seville Marmalade Orages
Locally Manufactured Shingles
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Phone 4 Sandwick
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CAMPBELL'S
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
See this season's Indies' and Misses One-piece Dresses.    All delightfully attractive, made in the
following designs:   LADIES' PRINCESS DRESESS in Mull and Marquisette, Waist
and Skirt heavily trimmed with Lace and   Embroidery, Insertion in White,
Sky, Champagne and Pink, from $3.50 to $8.50
Childrens white embroideried and colored Drci ses and Pinafores
Misses Middy Blouses in White Duck with red trimming Ladies' Tailored Shirt Waists
Newest creations in Ladies' Lawn, Mull, Marquisette and Silk Blouses
New Spring Shoes for Ladies,   correct styles und good quality
A Large Shipment of Misses and Childrens Stylish Boots and Shoes to Arrive Shortly
Specials In Natural Pongee Silk
They come in Pure Silk, Splendid Material for
Dresses and Blouses, 50c, 65c, 75c, and $1 per yd.
Coating Pongee.
This is an extra heavy quality, coarse grain and
is very popular because of its stylish appearance
when made up, width 36 in., $1.50 per yd.
Our Men's Department is Stocked with This Season's Latest Styles
See our new lines in Hats, Caps, Shirts and Shoes.    This season's patterns in Made-To-Measure
Clothing is in advance of any shown previously���See these
CAMPBELL'S
CUMBERLAND of
Special Sale
Golden Oak Diners
lA'ntlier odded seats, sis piece sets, ranging from S22 to $35 per set
nu !J3 ti
each
Golden Oak nml Mahogany Rocken
Parlor Tables from $3.50 t.
Iviiee nud Tapestry  Curtains nml  A.ustalu Muslins, nil
The above Hue will be sold at a discount of 20 per cent.
(lie next thirty days
We can')1 n full line of Furniture and Mousefuruishingi
A. McKlNNON
Dunsmuir Ave.
$10 each
sorts nml prices
(or cash during
, Ranges, lite.
Cumberland
comox      GET YOUR
If You get it at PLIMLEY'S It's All Right
A\-      1   - I fl\   ' 	
Cycle For
Pleasure a
On Business
But be sure first that
you have a wheel
which will give entire
satisfaction, a wheel
which will do away
with cycling worries.
Only such cycles are sold by Plimley and whether
you pay $35 or $100 you are assured of maximum
value in appearance, finish and durability
ii&gr
Thos. Plimley
739 Yates St. Victoria, B. C.
There will lie service in St.
Peter's church, ou Sunday next at
ii :i. in., consisting of the I.itany
ami a celebration of the Holy
Communion.
The preacher and celebrant will
be the Rev. l". Franklin Watson,
who is nt present responsible for
Comox, in addition to his regular
ami permanent charge of Holy
1 Trinity, Cumberland.
Evening service is held on alternate Sundays.
Do:.'t   forget lo get your name
^ on the new Voters' List, now being
I prepared.     The   time   is   getting
short and  if you  don't   get   busy
I you will be left olT,    P, 1). Cameron will be in his office on Saturday
next, from 7 p. m. to 11 p. in,,  to
register   anyone who   has not   already done so.
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairiug   and
Shoe Shining done by the
Courtenay Cleaner j
I.. SCOTT, Prop,
ir to the Butcher Shop
W,
Next do
frank P. Hulky
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worn done go to
J. Sutton
Messrs. Cameron & Allan will
conduct a sale of farm stoek and
implements, ete,, for Mr. Porteous,
lower valley, on Wednesday, April
16th.
Tlie Courtenay Conservative Association will hold their quarterly
meeting on Thursday evening next
at 8 o'clock. *\11 members aud
others interested are cordially invited to attend.
Tlie Cowichan leaves Comox
wharf at ii a. m. on Tuesdays and
4 p. m. on Sunday's. Arrives on
Tuesday and Sunday mornings at
8 o'clock.
mil Kalsonuulng
Painting, Decorating
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I inn agent tor  Mastic Wall Hoard,   the
finest ami cheapest maleri.il lor
interior work
See me about it
See my new wallpaper samples
Box 167       Courtenay
1>L:RCY   WINCli
'GRAND DJKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY,  B.C.
Cum
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Hotel
Cusine Uxcellen
Win. Merryfield
We
iveriev
Cumbi i
Hotel
V:    C.
best of  Liquors and  Ci II"t
Cold W.iur, Bath , etc.
FRANK DALLAS.  Proprietor
iarne
Tobacconist
The Com
Hotel
nenay
Every Convenience for Guests
Tlie Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BEST WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
The   Comox   Barber   ShoP
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed,    Baths in connection
C. E.  DALRYMl'LK,,  Prop.
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Water Notice
| Foil A Licence To STOKE on Fen Back Wateb ]
NOTICE la hereby given that  The Oourte- I
nay Waterworks Co,,  Ltd.,  of  Couvtenar, '
15. f!., will apply for a license to store or nen
hack one million  eall ins acre-feet of water
from mi unnamed 1 'reek, a stream flowing in a
northerly direction and emptying into Courte-
nay River, near Courtenay.   The water will
be stored in a re.serv.ii of l,000,Of)U gallons
on.; acity, built or to be built at. point of intake
Cand will be used for muniotpal purposes  an
mii'fan9V   authorized by Water Itooord No,     , Water
... UUI ICilttJf   License No.    , or under a notice of applioa- i
; tion for a license to tnke i nd use water, posted
j herewith, on the land described as Fractional
Fart of Sec. 'i, Township !). Comox District.
This notice was posted on tha ground on
the 4th day of March, 1013 The application
will he tile i iii the othee of the Water Recorder at Vlototia.
Objections mav be filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, IS. 0.
THE COURTENAY WATERWORKS
COMPANY, LIMITED.
By R, M. Allan, Secretary.
The Charmer arrives at Comox
wharf on Tuesdays at 4 p. m., and
leaves at 9 p. m., arrives on Wednesday evening at 7  o'clock,   and
i leaves on Thursday morning at
7.15, arrives Friday evening at 7
o'clock, and leaves at 7,15  Satur-
' day morning.
The Royal Commisson of Agriculture will meet in the Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, on Thursday and Friday, April 17th and
iSth, at 10 a. 111. to 2.30 p.m. both
days. The Farmers' Institute will
be represented as well as the Board
of Trade.
Dealer in
Choice Fruits,
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
BYRNE BROS.
Manufacturers of 1
High-Grade Havana Cigars. "Monarch" ,
.���mil "Oak Brand"
For Sale ut AllJIotels |
619 Johnson St. Victoria!
DunsmUir Ave., Cumberland
Tlje Star
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended  to.    All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
R. At hey
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Estimates Supplied
on Short Notice
COURTENAY
ress and
Stables
Exp
Dray
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
* Duy ur Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTENAY
Water Notice
Fnn A Licence To Take And Use Water
NOTICE is hereby given that The Oourte-
nay Waterworks Co.. Ltd., of Courtenay,
B. 0., will apply for a lioenee tu take and use
5 cubic feet per second of water nut of an
unnau ed Greek, which flows in a northerly
direction through Fractional .Section 2. Township 0, ticts228, 227, 131. Blocks 3, 4, 7 and 8,
Lots 79 nml 127, and empties into Courtenay
liiver. nenr Courtenay. The water will be
diverted at Fractional Section 2, Township 9
and will !>e used for municipal purposes on
the land described as 1 lourtenay and vicinity.
This notice was posted on thegroun*3 ou the
4t.li day of March, 1013, The application wil
he filed in the office of the Water Keeorder at
Victoria.
Objections may he filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, li. C.
THE COl'UTKXAY WATERWORKS
COMPANY, LIMITED.
By 11. 11. Allan, Secretary.
The concert to be given by the
Courtenay Philharmonic Society in
aid of the new Presbyterian church
will be held on Friday, April 4th,
in the Agricultural Hall. A good
programm" of vocal and instrumental music is being arranged.
The society is sparing no pains to
make this oue of the best concerts
ever given at Courtenay, and is
being assisted by some of, the best
local talent.    Watch for posters.
Persons wishing to get their
names on the voters' list must have
their names registered with the
government agent, at Cumberland,
on or before the 7th day of April.
British subjects or foreigners who
have been naturalized and have
resided iu the Comox Electoral
District for the last six months are
eligible for registration.
The Store
ol Quality
STORE
This
is   our
Bargains
Month   for
in   Manv
O fieri ng
Lines
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
Palace Livery
& Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire  at
Reasonable Rates
We also attend to wood hauling
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Paone 25 Courtesay
Farmers Market
Following are the quotations at
the New Westminster market on
Friday last :
MEATS-WHOLESALE
P.eef, forequarters      9 1-2 to 1 c
Beef, hindquarters  11 12c
Veal large     9 1(1-.
Venl, small   14 11),
Mutton r. 10 12*
Pork 12 134
MEATS���IIETA1L
Beef, best rib roast 15 18o
Beef, loin 18 22c
Beef, round st euk  2 c
Boiling beef 10 1 e
Veal IB 2.1e
Pork 12 1 c
Mutton 12 2 c
Poultry���lie s. small, per doz., 8 to SKI :
large, doz., 10 to $12 ; chickens, doz., 4 to $6;
ducks, li to IS dollars per dozen.
Fish���Salmon 16c lb.; flounders lee II,,,
Sturgeon lb. .oe ; halibut lb, lOo ; steelhead
lb. l-'c ; smells lb I' c.
Eggs���Wholesale dozen, 40 to 42c, retail, 45
to '.:' c per dozen.
Butter���Wholesale, 30o, retail 40 to 45c lb
Apples SI to $1.26 per box.
Vegetables���wholesale, ��� Beeta, sack 1.03
We are Stocktaking- and January 5\
must see a GREAT CLEARANCE
We   must
need  the
have   money,    and
room   for   new
arriving
we
goods
The   Opportunity   is   Yours
Simon, Leiser & Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE 38 CUMBERLAND
O. H   TARBELL
CUMBERLAND
Plumbing and H ating a  Specialty
We carry the most complete stock  of  Hardware
Paints and Oils, Guns, Ammunition  and  Fish-
ing Tackle in the District
A.GBNT FOR
The McClary Manufacturing Co., The Albion Stove Works
'   The Suerwtn-Williatns Paint ami \ armsn Co.
A McClarv Kootenav Range or Saskalta delivered anywhere in  Courte-
nay Valley without extra charge
Buy Your Range at Tarbell'a.     They will deliver and set  up,   free of
charge ami Guarantee Satisfaction
51 Don't Wak, Cycle
BICYCLES
The  renowned   Massey,   Brantford
arid  Standard   Cycles   kept
in  Stock
Your  Inspection   Invited
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
SOLK AGENTS
��� ���������
1 Stoddart, the Jeweler !
Is now locoted where he gets the most business
You all know where?
COURTENAY
The future business center of the
Comox District
Leroy S. Cokely
Dominion and B. C.
Land Surveyor
Sub-division Work
a Specialty
Courtenay  -  B. C.
Wood! Wood!
Wood!
Now is the Time to Think of
this Burning Question
The Courtenay Wood Supply
Co.,  can  Execute Your
Orders Promptly
Do  not   Delay   Getting    in
Your  Winter's   Supply,
but at once communicate with
Kenneth A. Grieve
Phone 36
Notes and Comments
If there is one place more than
another where the souvenir fiends
should curb their instincts it is at a
Masonic ball, where they are guests
of the first people of the land. He
was in evidence at the ball on Friday evening. A comb, brush and
two streamers being among the
articles that are missing. The two
latter, being nailed to the wall,
could not have fallen off nor blown
away.
In New York recently, a picturesque statement of fact was
made by a lady who was advocating more rigid regulations in connection with moving picture theatres���especially the censoring of
films���inasmuch as these places of
entertainment are largely attended
by young children. In her argument, she pointed out that she
spoke as the mother of ten. A
gentleman who followed, speaking
on behalf of such theatres, said
that he could speak as the father of
eight. The lady interposed: "1
want to tell this committee that it
is a cinch to be the father of eight
children, compared with being the
mother of ten." This ended the
discussion, and it is probable that
the lady did more toward securing
the legislation she advocated by
this one interpolation, than by
arguments more to the point at issue. Most men and all women are
likely to agree with her. The
average assemblage likei concrete
statements, and is impressed by
figures.
The Duke of Cannaught thinks
that Canadians, when deciding on
where to take their holidays, might
well consider the claims of places
within the Dominion, instead of
carrying away their money to
swell the millions annually spent
at foreign watering places. His
royal highness speaks with wisdom
and his advice might be followed
with profit by Canadians generally.
Every province in Canada has attractive holiday spots, and the
holiday-maker has the choice of
mountain, lake, seashore and river.���Montreal Gazette.
Kaiser William is reported to
have said that while the year 1813
was one of sacrifice, the year 1913
is scarcely less critical to the German people, and should also be a
year of sacrifice. Somewhere or
other the Emporer has seen indications which satisfy him that Germany must strengthen herself still
further against her real or possible
foes, and the fiat has gone forth
that the peace footing of the German army must be increased by
nearly 200,000 men, bringing it up
to about 850,000, The initial cost
of this is placed at about $250,000,
and it will entail in addition a permanent annual charge of over $50,-
000,000. France has also come to
the conclusion that the nation is in
danger, and the peace footing of
the French army is to be increased
by over 200,000 men, making it
very nearly 800,000, while the immediate expenditure upon the army
is tojbe increased by over $100,000,
000. But these enormous increases
have yet to run the gauutlet to the
different Parliament.', and there
will probably be many earnest protests, both in the French Chamber
of Deputies, and in tlie German
Reichstag, against this eostly sacrifice to the God of War. If these
schemes go through, they will
necessarily mean increased taxes,
and this usually in.ans increased
national discontent amongst the
masses, whose scanty livlihood is
rendered still more scanty, until it
becomes a question whether war
could be a greater commercial evil
than these tremendous preperations
for war. It would be well for the
Kasier to bear in mind that there is
a breaking point to even German
endurance, and unless he be careful, the military burden of maintaining the empire will sink it instead of saving it. We would imagine that the themometer of the
empire just now is dangerously
near the revolution point.
SANDWICK
There will be a celebration of
the Holy Communion, on Sunday,
April 6, at St. Andrew's church,
at 11 a. 111., being the first Sunday
of the month.
The Sandwick contingent of
Normal school pupils left for Vancouver on Sunday.
We are informed that in order to
save the farmers and others a long
haul the Corner Store has laid in a
stock of shingles, locally manufactured.
Farmers are reminded of the
forthcoming sittings of the Agricultural Commission, in the Agricultural hall, on April 16 and 17.
Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Thompson
are back from England and are
now installed iu their new house at
Dove Creek.
The ladies of the talley are
busily preparing for the Women's
Institute flower show to be held
during the summer and strenuous
competetion is anticipated.
At the meeting of the Sandwick
ratepayers held on Saturday, the
22nd instant, it was decided not to
change the present school site.
Mr. William is now at his home
in Sandwick, having returned from
Cumberland hospital. His injured
leg is Blending satisfactorily.
Born���To Mr. and Mrs. George
M. Piercy, at Sandwick, on Easter
Sunday, March 22, a daughter.
Mr.'and Mrs.  Issac Parkin and
family are leaving for Nanaimo. at
which place they will make their
home.
A well attended dance wa,s given
at the Woods' ranch on Thursday,
the 27th.
Some interesting tests were carried out at Sandwick last Thursday
in order to determine the minimum
time required to load a cubic yard
of gravel.
SALMOND -SCAIl'E
At the home of Mrs. Fred Janes,
Grantham, on Wednesday, March
s6th, Miss Natalie Scaife was united in mnrriage 10 Alexander W.
Salmoud. late sergeant-major ol
the 72nd Highlanders.
Miss Marjorie Janes acted as
bridesmaid, and Austin Blackburn
supported the groom. Rev. T.
Men/.ies performing the ceremony.
The happy couple were the recipients of many beautiful and useful preseuts, They left on the
Charmer, Thursday, for a honeymoon trip to Victoria aud the
sound cities,
Cedar Fence Posts For Sale
Ordinary fence posts 8 cents nt the end
if Mttle River Road. Drain timbers ami
���utrii size anil round posts cut  to order.
Prices on application.
J.   H.   HUDSON   -   -   -   I,AZO P. O
Rush of Immigrants
Halifax, March 31'���The strides
Russian immigration to Canada lias
made since its inception a y**ar ago
were strikingly shown in Halifax
in the past forty-eight hours when
two big liners debarked a total of
2477 people, nearly all men, who
intend settling in the Canadian
west.
So well supplied with money
were the fifteen hundred odd passengers, who left the Russian-
America steamer Kursk, arrived on
a special voyage from Libau yes
terday, that the exchange brokers
had to close out, short of funds,
after exchanging $20,000 in Russian roubles into Canadian money.
The annual spring rush of immigration to Canada is in full
swing and so great is the demand
for passage on the other side that
bookings have been completed on
all ships sailing during the next
month. To provide for this record
influx the Hesperian left Liverpool last Wednesday on a specially
arranged trip, carrying the largest
number of passengers embarking
for Canada in recent years on one
ship, She has a complement of
1791 to land.
CU^ERLAND
Service in Holy Trinity church
on Sunday next. April 6, will be at
7 p. m., consisting of evensong and
sermon.
The Vicar, the Rev. F. Franklin
Watson will conduct the service.
Advertise in The Review.
First Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
J. E. JACKSON
Phone q Courtenay
FOR SALE
9  Pure  Bread  Yorkshire  Pigs, 2
months old and iu  good  condition
J. LAWRENCE
KYE BAY COMOX
Stump Pullers
Ktarth augurs, woll boring, tiikii-up cnbles, (l��
turiw, si'lf-upoiiing ��iu! shutting gates anil
lours, etc, Manufactured, Write ���HI!) Ilum-
liile road Victoria, B.O. Speoinl fi.yoar ar-
rangoinents to settlers forituinp-pitUer outfits:
i>��imuity up to 80-lnoh green stumps, a ft trim;
Urge wwacluaroil at imch sitting j Jo minutes
to ru-nit.    IViooi $.'i 1 an I upwards.
"Mac's" Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
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MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proprietors
Auction Sale
of Horses, Cattle, and Farm Implements
Under instructions from H. S. PORTEOUS, Esq ,  the Lower Vallay
Road, Messrs. Cameron & Allan will sell by public auction at
THE PORTEOUS RANCH
ON
Wednesday April 16,1913
at 2 p.m. prompt
The following Horses, Cows and Farm Implements :
One heavy 3-4 Clyde team, dark
bay, weight 1500 lbs, one mare
one gelding, both in excellent
condition
One Suffolk Punch, sorrel, 8 yrs
One heavy yearling colt
One 3-yr Holstein cow, with calf
One well bred cow, good milker
1 Corn King manure spreader, pole
and shafts, nearly new
Mower, Massey-Harris hay cutter
2 plows 1 cart
Drag harrows       Pony trap
One incubator
Bain Wagon and gravel box
Hay rack
Set heavy harness nearly new
Also quantity of miscellaneous
articles, including harness,
scythes, forks, etc., and other
goods.
Everything is in first-class condition and has been very little
used
Conditions of sale as usual,
Terms of Sale���On the Horses 1-3 cash, balance on approved
joint note in 90 days with interest at the rate of 8 per cent. On the
Cattle and Implements, up to $50, cash, balance on approved joint
note in 30 days, at 8 per cent,
Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
0. H. FECHNER, Prop.
SUTTON'S
SEEDS
From Reading, England
.Seedsmen to His Majesty the King
A. J. Woodward
Sole Agent
512 Granville Street,   Vancouver,
615 Fort Street, Victoria
CAMERON & ALLAN
AUCTIONEERS COURTENAY
To be Raffled For
One, 28 ft. Launch
with 12 h. p. Engine
Tickets $1.00 Each
Tickets may be had from the
owners:
E. J. Millett, C. C. Piercy or
Bert Higgins, Comox
NOTICE
MOTICE is hereby given that meetings
of the Provincial  Agricultural Commission will  be  held  at the  following
places:���
..aiuimii���April 11th, 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.
Jlty Hall.
Parksville���April 12th. 10 a.m., Agricul-
sural Hall.
Alberni���April 16th, 10a.m, and 2.30p.m.;
April 16th, lu a.m.. Court House.
Courtenay���April 17th and 18th, 11a.m.
md 2.31 p.m. of both days, Agricultural Hall
Duncan���April 21st and 22nd, 10 a.m. and
2.30 p.m. of both days, Cour house.
The Commission will hear evidence on all
matters affect ng agricultural conditions in
the province. All persons interested are invited to be present.
W. H. HAY WAltD, M. LA.,
Chairman
C. B. Chmbtenben,
Secretary. mh 20
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton. i
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. IL.11., D.C.I.., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Mining, r AHHletunt General Maunder
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, Courlc;;ay, Como: and Cumberland Branches
Comox blanch open on Tuesday, from io to 3
Comox Co-
���Operative Society
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Butchers
r^gBSfc
K\       Dealers in Meats, Farm
% JS-VJli
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
Union Street
Courtenay
Local Lines
Mr. S. H. Greer, representing
Patterson & Chandler, marble
de.ileis Vancouver, was a visitor in
town last week.
Mr. John Day, of Hornby Island and Miss Osborne, of Happy
Valley, were united in marriage ou
Sunday by the   Rev. J.   X. Willemar.
The Cumberland basketball
team went over to Comox on Monday evening and "trimmed" the
local team of that place.
Mr. George S. Twiss, formerly
of Duudas, Ont.. now with Arnold
& Quigly, of Vancouver, is in town
Acadia Trust Co.
HOME OFFICE   -   VANCOUVER, B. C.
Acts as Trustees, Administraters of Estates, General
Financial Agents, Real Estate, Mortgages,
Loans, Insurance, Etc.
4 % Paid on Deposits
Property owners of the Comox Valley are specially
invited to list their real estate With this Company
Our New Spring Goods are
Here and are Ready for
Your Inspection
In   Our  Gent's Furnishings Department   will be
found an exceptionally fine   range of Men's Negligee Shirts with soft detachable   to   match, also
Ponge Silk in White and Champagne
We have also a very fine selection of Hats, in all
the latest styles and colors
In our Shoe Department we have the very latest in
footwear, made on American lasts, for Men, Women and Children
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
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WE  would like to call special attention   to  the
"     new Spring Consignment of Penman    Hosi-
which
ery.
we   have   just   received,   both   for
Ladies and Gentlemen
Penangle Hosiery needs no Recommendation from
us, as the thousands who have worn them   will
have none other
LADIES'
Light weight Mercerised Lisle, full
fashioned and absolutely dependable,
and of fine quality.
In black and tan.
Pair 40c.
Fine Cashmere, full
fashioned elastic top.
Pair 35c.
MEN'S
Mercerised Loies-
ette Socks, black
tan, ox blood,
steel and navy.
Pair, 35
Black   Cashmere
Socks, excellent
value,  35c.
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only hose that is
knit to form without
a seam. All sizes.
Per pair 50c.
Pure Silk, spliced
toes, an elegant
stocking for evening
wear. Black only.
Pair $1.75
MEN'S
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Pure   Silk    Socks
in black ox blood,
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Pair 75c.
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Courtenay and Comox
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this week on business for his firm.
Mrs. D. Kilpatrick entertained
at bridge on Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. A- J- Marshall, formerly of
Victoria, has arrived in towu with
a fine Stoddart-Dayton auto for
hire. His garage is on Union
street west, phone 36.
On Tuesday evening a wrestling
tournament was held at the opera
house. The main event was between Sam Martin, of Nanaimo,
and Andrew Thompson, of Cumberland, as a preliminary a boxing contest was provided between
J. Potter and w. Fitzgerald. They
went for four two-minute rounds,
and showed some clever work. At
the end of the fourth round they
were all in. Referee Kelly called
it a draw, which decision pleased
the audience. The wrestling bout
wab won by Thompson, who secured a scissor hold on Martin
after 20 minutes of grilling work,
and which he was unable to get
out of, and, while he wrs not pinned, gave up. Thompson secured
the second fall in twenty minutes,
during which some clever work
was done by both men, Martin doing nearly all the work. H. B.
Dawley refereed the match to tbe
satisfaction of everybody. This
was Martin's first match as a pro-
professional and while he put up a
good exhibition be made a mistake
in going up against an experienced wrestler, upwards of forty
pounds heavier than himself.
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COMING EVENTS
Board of Trade meeting. Thursday, April 3, at 3 p. m.
Conservative meeting, Thursday, April 3, at 7 p. m.
Philharmonic concert, Friday,
April 4.
Basketball���Courtenay vs. Victoria, on Tuesday, April 8.
Basketball���Comox vs. Victoria,
Wednesday. April 9.
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
Hoving Pictures
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday
By a uew up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An Entire Change of Programme
Twice weekly
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor
J.   E.   ASTON
Basement Willard Block
joggers Bouts and Shoes Made
Repairing  Neatly   and   Promptly   Doric
C. W.   Shannon^
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Vrce of Charge
Shannon Block,     Courtenay
SWAN'S
POOL ROOM
The Best in Town
E. SWAN, Prop.
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The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
Rates Reasonable
FABER & FABER, Props.
Telephone 3-5 COURTENAY, B. C.
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As Fresh As Your Surroundings
We have the materials and can assist you  in a surprising manner.    No doubt many people have thought the matter over all
winter and have come to the conclusion that a store a house, a barn, a chicken house or a fence needs something to
make it look new.    Your buildings are as solid on the foundation as the day they were built, perhaps, but
need freshening up.
Your Neighbor Is Doing It ��� Why Not You
Use some of our paint and get the desired result.   We stock paint for every use.    Call on  us.   Write or phone us if you cannot call and see how fast we will be "on the job."   Deal with us and avoid delay in delivery of goods
Kiln Dried Lumber, Lath,
Building Paper,
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES:
Cement, Builders' Hardware, Mouldings,
Sash and Doors, Lime, Plumbing Sup plies
Plaster, Paints and Oils,
Roofing, Etc.
THE BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O.Box230
"Not better than the best but better than the rest"
How Long Ago Is It Since I Told You,
through the Press, to Watch Courtenay
Grow ?
Has she Grown?    Have You made good on what You
bought through me?    If so get in on the ground
floor in Campbell River and
Watch Campbell River
GROW
I am exclusive agent for the Campbell River Towiisite
and you can now have your pick of the Lots
I also have Acreage of all dimensions
Drop me a card and I'll send you full particulars, if vou
buy, alright; if you don't, uo harm done
Remember the Railroad is Coming
G.   R.   BATES
Campbell River, B. C.
CUMBERLAND
Interesting Items From the Coal
City
W. W. Willard was at Victoria
a few days last week.
Miss Hazel Frame, who is finishing her normal school training
at the Vancouver Normal School
spent Easter holidays here.
J. w. White, abrakemanon No.
4 coal train, met with an accident
last Monday while coupling some
cars.
The funeral of the late Bernard
Farmer took place last Tuesday
afternoon, under the auspices of
the U. M. w. of A.
Miss Dot Burns aud Miss Irene
Dunn spent Easter vacation at
Dove Creek, the home of the former, returning yesterday.
A Chinaman was accidently killed in No. 4 mine on Tuesday
morning by a fall of coal-Islander.
AUCTION SALE
ALBERTA HORSES
at 1 o'clock, Monday, April 14th,
at the
Recreation Park Stables, Vancouver
W. S. Pratt & Co. will sell by Public
Auction, 60 head of sound horses, ages 5
to 7, direct from tlie farmers in Alberta,
without reserve. All these horses will
be sold with a warranty and veteriuary's
examination. The consignment consists
of delivery, drivers aud extra good saddle horses. Also a number of city horses
from different firms.
W. N. TOMPKINS, Auctioneer
How Courtenay Strikes
a Newcomer
As a Field for Investment
Here anyhow is a theme on
which the Newcomer can be
whole-heartedly enthusiastic.
Naturally there are from a real
estate point of view good, bad and
indifferent 'buys' iu the Courtenay
district, but it is an axiom iu the real
estate business, that it is a gilt- j
edged investment that is made in u
district to which direct railroad
communication is assured. |
Aud here we have not only the
track actually laid to our very
doors but also the assurance of , a
second great railroad at least within the immediate vicinity. I
Geographically Courtenay is so
situated that even if she had no
natural resources of her own, she
is bound to become a town of importance because she is the obivi-
ous gateway to a district full of
raw material, lumber and coal,
probably the two most important
commodities on the world��s nnr-
ket.
Added to these are the ever in-
increasing supplies of agricultural
products.
The Comox Valley which is
recognized as being one of the most
fertile valleys iu B. C., roughly
speaking 40 by 8 miles in area, will
eventually becoma a great market
garden for the almost insatiblt demands of cities like Vancouver and
Victoria.
As it strike.3 a  Newcomer,   who
has had some personal experience
of real estate investements   in the
west,   buy   acreages   as   near   to
Courteuay   as  you  can.   If you
cannot afford   to buy   acreage buy
lots, using common sense of course,
but buy and buy now.    Old timers
will   tell   you    that the    present
prices of land are absurd.    Be not |
afraid, their fathers said  the same J
thing to them, but if you wait till!
the trains   are running,   in a   few j
months  time,   you   will   join the
great army of the Knights of Lost
Opportunities. [
The Newcomer holds no brief for
Courtenay   real estate   agents, nor I
does he make the mistake of thinking that Courtenay is the one town
in the west  where great   fortunes j
are to be made, but he does think
that an investment in the Courtenay district is no speculation but
as safe an investment as buying
Consols. Because there are industries behind Courtenay. That is
why Courtenay will flourish like
the Scriptural bay tree.
Of what those industries are the
Newcomer hopes to give his impressions in the succeeding issue of
The Review.
KODAKS
Just Arrived, a Full line  of 1913  Model'
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Call und get a Catalogue, You will want
One Soon
We are the Only Store in Comov Valley
selling Kodaks and Kodak Films
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUIIXAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
PLUMBING
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FOR
Power
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Pumping
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S. A. COTTONj
Gasoline Engines Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE

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