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YOUR PRINTING        I
Cam  nut be done any 1 ��ttttr,   and * I
not * | tilte to well anywhere else J ���
her*-. outtt.   Our type and iiMuhin-* ���
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THE   REVIEW
RICKSON'S
Gents'  Furnishings
and Hatters
VOL. 6
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY SEPT. 5 1918
NO. 40
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Auction Sale
ISABEL ST��� COURTENAY
Saturday, Next, August 31st
AT 2.00 O'CLOCK,
Por Mr. R. M. Glazbrook, wlio ia leaving the district, the whole
of his household Furniture and    effects,    including    Piano, Cook
r��i ge,  Sewing   Machine,ctrr.    No   Reserve Terms  Cash.
For particulars  see  posters or the  Auctionerr.
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
I-   THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
We..have.Boots .and Shoes In all Sizes and all   prices The very
Latest Styles.and. our pricse are right
Our First Shipment of Sweaters has just arrived You should tee
them for they are just what you want ,for the Fall.
SANFIELD    UNDERWEAR
Beth Red and Black Label    Penman's 95 in all sizes.
We..hnve a large assortment of Boy's Suits, ranging in Size.   22���
3!i In various styles and colors.
Wi- are offerl-iy thes.-   stilts �� Low     Fiiccs.
It It hot necessary to send  East for these goods for we have them.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite City Hall \V  Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
BIG   REDUCTIONS
 ON-
Canvas "Fleet Foot" Shoes
-AT-
The Courtenay Shoe Store
To Clear out our stock ol    Canvas "Fleet Foof'Shoes, we are offering a discount of
20 PER CENT.
on all lines In stock
Vou can beat a drum, but you can't beat. this.
LOGGIE BROS.
ext   the Drug Store
Phone 48
Local Lines
Mrs. B. G. Crawford left on Friday
last for Ci-ofton B. C, on a visil. to liter
sister.
Miss Margaret Dangerflnlil of Victoria, ia the guest of her cousin, Mm.
Hugh McKenzie.
Mrs. Pat. Rolieny and her mother,
Mrs. Ickles, of Denman Is. spent the
week end with Mrs, Cole Owen.
The Government road work hns
been finished at Uizo, nml lhe truck
and wagons have been taken Li Clin--
herlaiid.
Miss Alice Supplee, of Seattle, who
lias heen visiting with Miss 'Irnoe
Williams for the pasl two weeks ���<������
turned home on Sunday, accompanied
l.y Mlas Williams.
George Millard left for Victoria
on Monday, where lie is attending
school.
There was no quorn n at the
City Council on Tuesday evening,
hence no meeting.
Ottawa, Aug. 29- Thanksgiving
D.iy will fall this year in November, not in October as in past yents.
Mr. Haney I Kushida, the t.iil-
or, has least d the unoccupied portion of the Riverside Hotel, and
will fit it up ts a tailor shop,
Both sides of Isabel and Union
Streets iu tlie business section uere
well covered r.-ith automobiles on
Saturday night But two solitary
horses were in evidence,
House and lot���For Sah-. Brirgaln
price.   Apply Review Olhce.
Wanted���to Itent, a piano. Good
care will be taken, and insurance carried on sime.    Apply R. Christie	
For Sal"- Ford car,10l5 mode1, new
cutis commutation and fan belt. 'I
!-'i r-d tirer nnd tubes with spare inner
tube. Spar crown whe 1, drive p'n-
ii n axle ami ge-ir wheel. Top, ur-
bols'srim; etc., all In unol order. An-
ply T. Mordy, Box 105, Cumberland.
Por Sale���A beautiful Airedale (female) dog, 7 months old, affectionate,
a splendid watch dog, and a born hunter. $10. ^Iso two Yorkshire sow
pigs, 7 months old. $30 each. Mrs.
MacKay, Dashwocd, Qualicuin P. O.
FOR SALE���Haul back blocks and
pulleys. See Wm. Rouglas, Courle
nay, B. C.
ARRIVED AT LAST at the Ford
Gara-re���"AMBU," the Great Eieclric
Trouble Shooter. It Is estimated that
there are some 12,000 different alls In
the Starter and Lighting systems in
use todny. "Ambu " gets all of them
absolutely; no guessing, and at very
i litlle cost to the customer.
QUIET FAMILY COW WANTED-
Fresh or about to freshen. Send particulars to Box A, Review ofHce.
Autos for hire���laree and small���
day or night. Ford "Garage. Phone
46.
The Ford Garage has a Welding
plant with a first class welder.
Brill's in your broken parts in cast
iron, steel, aluminum, nnd brass.
etc. Am thing from a stove lifter
1 to a crank shaft.
I PATTERSON CHANDLER &
I STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and
] Main St. Vancouver, li. C Monuments, He .dstones and Cemetery
] Fences, the largest Monumental ]
works in the w< St.
I
For Sale���About 3 1-2  acres of
land in   the   City   of   Courtenay,
Terms easv.    Address Owner, 3323 I
Tennyson Ave., Victoria. B.C.      j
For highest prices ia hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see \Vm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford oarage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hewitt rue in
Vancouver for 11 tow days,
Mrs. Hugh McKenzie leaves to-morrow on 11 fortnight's visit to Victcrla
nnd  Port Angeles.
Contractor .lilinsrnn lias nl last
made a start 111 gravelling Hie sidewalk in llie orchard.
Married���Al Vancouver, 11, ('.. on
Tuesday, AAugust 27th, IfllS, hy the
Kov.Vr. Miller, William Smith Allien
formerly of Courtetia" to Mrs, Logan,
daughter of the late Mr. Keddle, of
Whins of Milton, Sterling, Scotland.
Mr, Chas, Plgotl nf Laao brought
us a beautiful sample oi Early Hose
potatoes grown on .iis anc.li nt Liltle
liiver. They are the finest we hnve
si en hereabouts, ri"il if ir takes llie
troulre lo show them al ill" fair smne
of the potato growers wiil have in go
some tn lieni him,
Mrs. M. O. I'airbnrn nnd fchilrl-
ren arrived home from Vancouver
on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Aitken, who
were holidaying in Couitenay, left
on Monday for their home at Vancouver.
The mosl lmportanl question now
Irefoiv Ire Spanisli Cabinet is the (le-.
man sub-narine campaign and th' inroads it lias made on Spanish ship-
eiirir. The matter was broii-lit to a
head hy the sending of a note in Berlin stnt.ing Hi- Spanish Government's
In'eii'tlon tn poize a German ship among three Interned In Spain for each
Spanish ship sunk hy a German submarine,
Anglican Services
Sunday. September 8t'*i.
11.00 a. m,���Morning Prayer -nd Sermon tit St.  -Vilrew's Sandwli I*.
a 00 p in.���1->.������*.-- 1. nrd R rmnn al
Lazo  M-rVon.
7 30 n. in.- '""i ns-11 rr ard Sermon al
St. John's C'.-iri-iei ay,
H  A   Coi.l.iqnM,
Archdeacon.
Mis. James McKenzie left for
Vancoiiyer on M01 day.
Mr. I.imlrolli, of the Courtenav j
garage, is at Vancouver for a   feu-
Jays this week.
T Misses I'ierey, of Denman
Is| are visiting with Mrs. ].
W. MCKeuzie, Jr
Auctioneer Hardy conducted a
very successful sale of household
effects for Mr. R. M. Glazbrook
on Saturday afternoon,
Mr. John G. Fox, of Portland,
Special Agent of the Home Insurance Co., of New Vork, is in town
looking I'or a representative in his
Company.
The Misses Thulin of Campbell
River were visitors in town on
Mondav.
Mrs. W, G. Robertson ami her
daughter Mollie, ljft for Victoria
on Monday, where Miss Robertson
will attend the Victoria High
School.
Wholesale
Retail
The Brackman-Ker
Milling Co. Ltd.
Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed.
Warehouse  East   End   Courtenny
River Bridge
Telephone 66R
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Mr. W Baikie was at Deuman
Island on .Sunday. mum\
���I
Mrs. D. Kilpatrick and MiuS
Amy lefl on Sunday for Vancouver, where Amy will attend Brae-
mar Girls' Schcol.
'     mp 't
Miss Leta Sorensun lclt on Sunday for her home in Vancouver,
alter a fortnight's visit with Miss
Mildred Boden. ;
Messrs, I'ierey and Ccssford of
lX-mnan Island were visitors in
.own 011 Labor Day.
Miss Leila Carroll, and Miss
Flossie Horwood of Happy Valley,
left for Vicioria on Mond i\ where
thev willjaitend the Normal School.
A deputation of Denman Island
residents came overjyesterday morn
ing to protest to H. Stewart M. P,
against the manner iu which the
wharf at Denman Island is being
repaired- It appears that thej old
wharf, which was badly in need of
repairs, has been completely torn
down and an almost new warehouse thrown into the sea. N ret
it is proposed to build a ur_nid>:
wharf aud a much smaller ware
house in the pl-.ce of the one destroyed.    Those who use ttie whirf
say
be
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MAPLE LEAF THEATRE.}
Presbyterian Church
Sl.  Andrew.''   Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  School
and Bible Class .1 p. in.
Courtenav
Sunday  School and   Bible  Clas
10:30 a. 111.    livening service 7:3'
p. 111. All welcome
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
AND PATRONS
Those indebted to this otlic3
for subscriptions and job printing
are requested lo ray up without
delay There are quite a number
who seem to think that they are
under no obligation to pay for
their paper. Please call at his
office or pay lho collector.
Corns
Corns
Corns
"Us e
Robertson's
Corn Remover
25c.
Goldwyrt
presents,
THE PLUCKIEST GIRL
IN THE WORLD f
Shs has no money -
She lias no friends -
Bul she's fighting
it to a finish.
MAE MARSH
f Fields of Honor
���^ IrvinSCol-b
l&a. Galdwyn Picture
Saturday, September Sth
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Comox Creamery
Butter
65c per lb. this week
W.G.Robertson
Courtenay   ���   B. C.
��� -crxrer^ym^
Most Meat
from Fuel
One reason why the
Kootenay Range gives
the most use of the heat
generated from the fuel,
is that do grates have
ample vents to make
perfect combustion in
the firebox, which is
properly and scientifically proportioned according to the needs of
the range.
For Sale bv
C. H.  Tarbell & Son
McClarjr&
%&nge
London Toronto        M intreal        Winnipeg
St. John, N.B.     Calgary HamUton Edmonton
Vancouver
Saskatoon Tl
j Tiiii CuUit-miA* liMlLVt
CUMBERLAND
UsaiKleiO
Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
eekly Newspaper, Published at        The   Mall    Mutual   S.culy,    cf
Courtenay, ll. tl. Chinatown,   with    representatives
II. lii'iii'S, Ittlilor and Proprietor     fron, "Jdtnonlou, Calgary, Vancouver, nml Victoria, held their usual
anniversary   at   Chihntowii,   near
Cumberland,   on    Sunday,     The
"   Chinese had prepared .1 sumpUi ms
here   and  there. repast for their friend   ami visilbis
and nioton d lo Iii   v uious ci 11'res
  of interest  1 11    Mcu.d iy,    It    wus
held ns a reunion ol the Mali   frnu
the War Re-Organ- ily and on exhibition of Iheir   sin-
Izatlon of Military System  cerjty and fr'enusliip  one  lo  ano
1 litt.
I'riptiiiii SLBIi i".-r Vein  ni Ativan
^���r iiiimiiii il ti"i --n pai'
THURSDAY Sl.l'i 5, 191S
Inns for   11 re-organlzallon   of th
rnliiill military system nml
1 f   llw iirlnclphi . f   univcr.'.
nn n linsis similar Lo lhal ''":-
[.nl iu Switzerland are   now hi Ing
nl by   military   111011,   among
II.  II.  Mmvnl,  K.  C. M.  P., hns
ii promhiently In favor of the l��i o-
I ohange.   Uf has had an expert
nf ninny yara in tit Canadian vol-
���I force, and is well   qualld' rl
���uk from the military    slnndpo'.-H,
o his pi sitimi ns   n   ivonibe'   ol .
'-louse of Commons londs n>li -ti m- .
iveighl to his views.
|Ui'. Mowat's iiiri!ii proposal is thai
presenl Canadian system   shouhl ,
replaced hy n citizen defence force
which tit men up to :.*"> years of rig'1
1_.111.1 rceive tiriiniirr for   from four
six woks in each your, so thai even '
illy   every   man   In he   Dominion
ulil bofaniilltir   with    lield service.
:l rifle shooting,   llis argument Is  I
it Canada   has   spoilt   $3,000,000 a 11
ir on iicllve malltla and $2,575,0011   |
the permaneot forces withoul srir-1]
liciiiry   results   in   preparing   th    1
niry for warn-.   This works 1 ul ���     '
0 per annum per man, while on the  j
er band Switzerland   trained   hei
zen army al a c si of $18 per man   .
i was able to mobilize 510,    a   -   |
rs in three days.   Every man w-i1- ||
his   place, well   Irainetl   and wel  I
iippeil, the entire organlza Ion war   ��
1 be complete   and   offer':,-- ���.
1 Hie resull  was thai    Switzerland,
Uc menaced on all sides, was able
[preserve. b,er Independence.
Mr. llnwi.t. is of tl'" opinion    thai
ie-tenlihs of the   pi opJe of  Canada 1
|e in favor of sonic kind of defence
:ce for the future,   and   p hits out
it  the other Domtnioi s, Australia,
��w Zealand and South Africa, have
liivoi'sril service, while He.   State nl
|cw York recently passed   n bill lur
,e ti-aalning of boys   up to 19 yoarj
f age,    Hi' Ileitis lhal lo olace 0 ".
ulsorlly. a'l t lasses of men. rl 1". nr''
nor alike, In the ranks   will lend lo
roduce good comradeship, and lava'
iiwii    clasr.    prejudices.     The mon
burly tlie eovei'nmeml attained to lhe
ini of having every lit man enrol d,
ie more democratic and less pro-es-
(inal would the army become;
'"It opposition in- expressed,"   says j
ic member for Parkdate, "ll will be
used upon Ic eronloiin idoi    ih" bv |
���nin:nR nn.l inrikin g men   lil for an
tnergency, Ihe emergency is therc'iv 1
Hclpitatd."   II quotes Ihe nttcrnncs 1
- tlie Oerman Deputy Chief nf Staff '
Dwover, to show   thai their   authorl .
es are already at work "it   prepara- ,
011s for another war, he adds:     'II
essenliiil thai the civilized   nations
' lhc world shall maintain some   de-
hop until Ihe alms   of   lhe   Teuton
.opie become manifest,
Tin- Chinese X���.Moralist I.i agin-,
nf Chinatown, with a membership
of one hundred nnd fifty, bar e
purchnsi d the l.nrn.iania bnildii .
ai im: enlrnce I" Cliinalon on ti _���
111 iin m .(I to t_'inin>>: 1 .nke. 1 e.il
Cumberland. Tie dimensions |f|
ihc two slorei liuililing nn- 30 ���;
50, and it was ci'1 ctt-d some fit
years ago. li is the inli iitioti i '
; lie |,i i. in- li- reuiDilel 111 il rem
vute    liie     I
llll'  ill'.'    I'm-
ive 11 will In- usetl as a ic'idin
rn. an ami .1 resting pluct l"t men
bcis only,
Campbells
First Showing
of
:El:!:::'lE:':Emy Fall Goods
Save the b re ad:
4*'"**-*"".*__.
ONE OUNCE OF
PRIAB
V/A5TED
oner a dav bv boooooo PtOPL*
in CANADA ��� ��v r.-.ncv-ihg AW
THE l-RUSTJ. Tilt ItTT OVtBS - THE
Slid UNNECSSSMUIY EATE.H
THIS *K
Rl .DtSLITO A WASTE
OT 17 SHIPLOADS IN
ONE YEAR
6 ,*k
ONE-YEAR    tfst&Vk
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This waste adds three of the most modern
Submarines to the German Navy
s. 0
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now  Showing New  Fall Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo  Railway
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTES
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35   Monday,
Wednesday and   Friday,  connecting at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, and at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vi' toria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaisno wiih boat from
V^ncouvei and at Parksville junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at 16.10.
DressCcccIs
Coatings
Kimona Cloth
CeylonFlannel
Plain and striped  Silks in a 1
shades, Voile, Silk and *���> rip-
eJ Crepe de Chine Waists,
j B!<*ck cr.d colored  Silk  and
Mrreen Undervests
A complete range  of Ladies
Whitewear,
Ladies black  and colored
Silk Hose in ail shades
Blankets
Comforters
Marcelio Spreads
CampbettY
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Substitutes are Helping
to bring us Victory
Put the Spirit of Victory into your Bread in
the form of wholesome Cereal Substitutes.
from Uf new wheal  crop,   nr consumption nf wheat, I-- the
meantime must bo kept, by Canadians    within   our   present
supply.
Every tne of wlcat musl be unite lo ilti Its lit most. \et
every Pal' of lir ati 11111 1 ranresetl! I it' list loaf pnBsllle
wiih th" maximum amount ��f nourishment. Tin o is Unit'
in tloeal le *racrlflc when ye. we anv "I ihr cereals nan oil
below.
WHITE CORN FLOUR
YELLOW CORNMEAL
RYE FLOUR
ROLLED OATS
OATMEAL
('ana.la    Food    lloni-li l.lircnsc No.D���1047B
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here about Oct. 1
Leave orders at Review office
Phone RCO
D. B. NICKERSON
Agent Courtenay,
Comox  Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonab'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -   COMOX
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It's a DUNLOP or ��I
an Imitaficn
Exclusive Methods ^^J";5��^^_
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The Doughty Process by ivliich Dunlop Tires
nre made  is as exclusive as it is original;  and back
y I       of  that   mammoth   perfection of   machines   is the   human
,f}       touch  of   supervision,  only  possible   after   years   of   " Watchful
S*\       Walling."   That's why dealers say: "it's a Dunlop or an Imitation."
DUNLOP Tins & riTBBF.lt GOODS CO., Limited
llcnd Office -rnd Factories  TORONTO.      Brancliei In lh? Ueatlina Cili".
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\ll Plume 3.1, End of Bridie F.  Movili,   Mgr.
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f COURTENAY  TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA  i
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
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The Part Long Distance Plays
The part the telephone
often never appreciated un-
a rase   arose   where I/mB
wire a parly who was cruis
It was nol known where he
urgent,   Without   iletalliiig
ber of places called, it is
cated and a message sent o
the   telephone.    Then   ho
On cuch occasions the
brought home
plays in    business   and social life   is
til an emergency arises.      Recently
Distance   was   asked   to get on the
ing on a yacht iu the Gulf of Oeorgia.
was, bul the message was extremely
the work cf the operator, or the num-
enoiigh lo say thai the party waa lout by row boat that he was wanted on
Inlked with Vancouver.
Inestimable value of the telephone fs
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
. .._ ��w-.w . ._e 0�� ai
Still There's Nothing Like Leather Willard's Harness Emporium!
1 A mice   P     icrriM Fine Showing ol  Horse   llliinkets,   Lapi
JAMEiS   t.  A31UI' Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Ktc..
Practical Shoemaker anil Repair Harness Repaired Neatly
tNextt���Hardv&Iiscoe W     W      WILLARD
Cumberland and Courta-a*-
Courtenay Vulcanizing
and Welding Works
are now open for business at the- old
Duncan & Birch garage, Union, Bay rd
Tires  Repaired   and Retreaded.
Oxy-Acetylene Welding
~ goddard��willemar ~
PHONE 25
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Your Attention is Drawn to The33 Special Offerings
���. _in Qur- -���
THE HOLY LAND.
Its not too late for Summer Shopping and this is your last chance lo
to buy these value? at less than cost.
Ladic's Wash Suits ���Very nice styles
Clearing out at half price $7.95
Ladies Skirts in plain and Striped
Silk Taffeta���Assorted Colors, clearing out at wholesale prices        .   $8.95
A Good Wearing Skirt made of fine
Messalinc Silk, Pink only, below
wholesale  price     $2.75
Figured Pongee Wash Skirts���Very
Servicable for everyday wear $4.95
1 only Lady's Coat of Wool Velour���
Nice style trimmed with brown collar
and cuffs, value $35, to clear, at $'diM
Pongee Silks In all widths and quali-i
ties���  50c to $2.25 per yd
Ladies Hose in all Qualities and Colors���from 25c to $2,25 a prji ���
Kiddies White Embroidered Summed
Dresses to clear a: rr v ry lo ���: proc.
They are mpde in fine styles ���age-i I
to 6 years.
House or Poicli  Dresses���Reduced to
$2.50
Pretty Little House or Porch Dress's
in a splendid r,inge of Colonial Ging-
ham, stripi-d and Chambray materials
Oriental Crepe Klwonas, price "I"*.15
This is a new shipment just in and
co ires in the pop; la.- flowered crepe
materials with high waist line
Gents'
Furnishings
Men's Dept.
Special  Sale    on    Trowsers.    50c   off
the reduced prices.
Shirts, Underwear, Socks and    many
oher lines in gent's furnishings which
we always s-ll at a low price.
We would  like you to come in and see our Specials which we are
offering to you
FAIR DEAL STORES
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Cumberland Store���Next  Door   to  the Ilo-Ilo  Theatre
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FOIt
SAND OR  GRAVEL
Rates Reasonable
. McBryde's
kery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
The Best ami cheapest bread in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for  $1
Vancouver nntl Victoria IU IS oz. loaves Sl
We invite anvone to dispute the above advertisement}
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IU baker ot Better Bread
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Waguns
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at lhe Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE  B.  LEIGHTON
Opposite the city hal |
Blacksmith art* Carrinj*;-" Builder
COURTENAY
Pte, 0. I.. Main or ih Motor Transport, li. 13, l'\. in Poles Ine, writes as
follows in liu- lunulas Star:
l airly 1 have aeon aboul it (���tint',
tk'iil ami have seen sonii very Interesting places in iiie Holy Land. I
I r'li'M' iii ui,i' t r ii y former leue:-s
I was tellli ;������ you aboul a trip I bad
v i li th - Blgi .'1 i tups, mn around
the Dead Sea. Wo were up around
tiie hills overlooking the In ad Sea.
miles irrini our own men, when quit'
unexpectedly we ran aerosB aa native
village. \ ou caii hardly credit ih ���
!c nd.'iions l ani gob g   i i qui to,   bul
I EliimTejt are absolutely Hue In every
jil.uii.
I The natives may be Arabs, Tin's-,
I Hi iliiniiis, nr Syrians, Lul I think >..
I term iii.mli scripts is inoru applicable,
j fin they are all colors, 1-anging Iroui
|sanibo Black to almost aHertuue
italr, i litis simu ;.'n a mixture "t' man)
tribes, and tuite possibly rne..s ti
p. iipli' as well.
The natives live In much worse
placi i than form yard straw slacks,
I or pig sly*. They build their excuses
I I'cr ho.nes cut of all kinds ot odds
��� and ends ami bits of rubbish, which
Ihey collect from time 10 time while
herding their flocks. In one native
shake-down you nay sie canvass,
bru li-woi'il, pieces of old bran suck,
] woven weeds and bunches of grass,
pll rl upon a rough frame work of
.twisted limbs of trees shaped like
you would make a cabbir;:. pit. They
leave an opening in tne inverted V
;liaped end r.n.l crawl in and out
exactly like pigs. Their drests is so
due thin you can hardly see In; by
that, 1 mean Ihey are almost nude.
You would think a hurricane had
'blown sonic biis of clothing over tho
bills and il stuck on here and there
Just where il, happened to hit tlieni|.
Thoy sure arc a sight, and aio n p r
feci, example of poverty stricken
people iu iis worst poslble form.
They were lorrlbly alamied, in f ol
the women were nlmcsl Beared lo
death when we hlew ul' nt- with our
tin lizzie, for I suppose they never
saw mi" in 111' - llvi ������ hoforn anil i o
doubt will never see one aga'n. They
l'tikeii us though llier e\ni" led the
world I" come In an I nd :'���"! thai
Ihey were all dmomed u> eternal do.
Btnrelion. I ci uldn's help bin think
when i saw all the worn n nnd Ititls
curled up like sn many turnips on
logs outside their native llll " s
nlmot half asleep until I linole.1 the
hooter on llm ear, whal a fasl time ���
they were having. On ess ihey live
about every time a ["-ord appears on
lhe scene, which is about one- evert
HOD years. The men were busy lierd-
iiu. llieir flocks and it was n common
r.igh tn see the shepherd with bis
staff and dogs altendlngto some 200
or HOO sheep and a few goats.
Of    course   llie   goats   were   only
there as a natural protection   for th"
sheep.   We couldn't, speak (o the men
for   every   lime   we   went   anvw yi,
near they ran like   il r-rs.   i  'nine    -���- j
believe Ihey thoimht we wove real .''-,
mons.     Do you know,   we   saw   I  e|
women and klde cali! ; grass jusl   rs
though   they   were   ' ut   lo   pastue.,
I was puzzled to   know   until   I   saw
them grazing, whal thev   lived   on   I
can understand and believe now   lhal
Nebuchadnezzar did actually live Willie beasts of lhe Held,   for   you   see
In some narts of this   far-fan i d  land
thai It is oust im :i ��� j- tc do so.
BRAVE SOLDIERS.
Sterifictd Their Lives In *n Attempt
to Save the Colon.
In days gone by tlie Zulus wera
tbe boldest fighters mining all the natives of Soulh Africa, and It was not
until they had been defeated In seT-
eral Imitles tbat they would live Id
peace with white people.
Iu 1878 15,000 of the Zulus attaekai
and killed a regiment of British sol*
diers, nnd a most heroic deed was th*
atteniiu made by three British ao*��
diers in save the two flags, or color*"**
beloiir--'iig to the regiment.
Win n it wns Keen that tbe Zulus
were so many that there was no hop*
of keeping them at liny fio colonel of
the Hriiish regiment culled to n TOnf
ofllccr whose mime wns Lieutenant
Melvl!' nnd snid, "You will tak��
chnrgf nf tho colors. Melvlll, and try
tog,t ritv.'iy from hero."
The lieutenant saluted and took laM
hi* hands the two colors of hla teg)*
ment. Then, with another ufficer and
��� soldier, all mounted on horses, h��
suddenly dashed away with his pr*"
"rtous burden,
They were at once seen by the keen
ilghud Zulus, however, and after a
long itiase the three gallant English-
men. ^.-htlng to the Inst, were killed
by the enemy.
Some time afterward on# of the tags
was found near h rocky srreani, where
th* hr-oH bad fought and died, and
ll was taken to rnulund and presented,
to (pi'vvi VlebM-U.
hue tn tsrhmists ef the three bra*fw
soldtm who bud died while defending
It the quseen placed a wreath of lm-
mortellea on Uie imff which held tb*
as*   t..<mtoo It ail.
')"V��v.iini'f Cab.
On awakening one morning at Ua
hotel In Vienna, Pagnnlni, tbe cetehcaS'
��1 violinist, was luformed that iDa
cibusi! wlioni lho pcevl us ei - rjlng tat
had -i.-riployed to drive him to tb# eva-
aett hail where he was plat-lag w**��
waiting to see him. Ou bt-lni; :ic_n_i*N
ted to 'ils presence tbe man. after tsar-
Ing advanced poverty and �� large fa*��
Ily ns an eicu*> for ib* teqnast rttat
he was about to make, prayed tha
great i lUSician to malm his f<irmn-__>
"What do you mean?" demaniiwi """"*_���
ganlnl. "Authorize me ta wrtte tn inrga |
letters on thu back of my vuhiirie ta*
two words, 'Paganlni * '.'an,' " w*u fl____ I
answer. Consent was glvt-n, -��i__J> i_-J
together sattsf at lory rwmlta.
ASA "WAR MEASURE,
SAVE THE c* "^ ~ ~
UOARy
Oi'iE TEASPaDhPUb-
OP 9UQARJ
WASTED BT
EACH
person
HVCAMADA
every", day"
IJ
19.925 long 51
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PER.
YEAR.
Vr a pi
GHTIhQ
AIRPLfAME
ISWOR.TH
$15,000
25
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WOULD
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AIRPLJT-xhEB THE COUKTENAY REVIEW
BALE OF LANDS FOR TAXES
IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF THE CITY OF COURTENAY
District of Comox, Province of British Columbia
1918
I. \V, A, \V. Hames, Colleoior of i|H. Corporation oi lhe City of Courlenay, hereby give    nolle
pursuant
ie ".Municipal Acl" and ninciidttiants thereto nnd lo res-ilulion of the Council of ihe salil   Corporation,  thai    n
'���il dn . lhc elcvenlli day ol September, A. I). I!)IS, al liie hour of 10.30 o'clock in the  forenoon,  al the <"'
all, Courlei ay, li C, I shnll oiler for salo rn public auctli n the bu ds and n nl pri perty   of lire   P' r'ona on li.f
tl hereinafter sei mil for dellnciuent taxes nml snl s ".iqurni  lanes in hit ar, and for inleresl aird I'or costs ."ii
xpenses   of such salo,   ir lhe   totalanioiiivls i-especlively ibe lu respect of each parcel be noi sooner paid
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4, Block 5, plan 472 B	
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2.01
2.04
2.58
2.58
2.58
2.58
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2.64
2.41
2.45
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.58
2.58
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2.58
2.41
2.41
2.45
2.51
2.11
2.14
2.51
2.51
2.46
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2.08
2.95
2.05
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2.52
2.52
2.52
2.52
2.52
2^52
2.04
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2.58
2.58
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2.52
2.52
2.40
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11.94
22.13
15.80
10.12
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19.15
11.78
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10.02
11.43
10.62
10.62
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10 12
10.02
14.21
14.21
1 65
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10.62
11.49
12.87
11.21
11.24
12.87
12.87
11.78
15.52
13.42
22.11
15.00
11.10
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
12.97
15.13
11.21
14.21
14.2.1
14.21
12.97
12.97
11.75
11.75
11.75
I.. 0, Houghton I*t
,1. I). Molutyre Lot
Ales.  McLeod Lit
Alex. MoLood Lct
Ales. McLeod Let
Miss IdleiiK and .Miss Coley Lot
A.   McKlnnoil Lot
.1. .1. Bradford Lot
.1  .1. Bradford Lot
Pail-thorp ���   Eslale Ixvt.
���Miss A. M. Carr Lot
W, II. ('. McGregor l.ot
A. H. I.. Bancroi'l Loi
A. il. I.. Bancroi'l Lot.
ft, (l. Hutchison     Lot
.1.  II. Gray   Lot
Loi.oil   Boss Lot
Boberl  Boss Lot.
Robert Ross Lot
.1.  W.  lion-ash  Lot
.1. W. Moreash  Lot
,i Thompson Lot
.1. Thompson Lot
Chris Jensen Lit
Chris Jensen Loi
T. Home Lot
Mrs. Fontana Loi
Lelleh li Nlchol  Lot
Lei leh ft Nlchol  Ijot
J. C. Morrison  Txit
J. C. Morrison  I/it
J. W. Phillips Lot
Herbert Allen .... : Lot
C. Grimily R J. B. Brown T_ot
C. Grundy & J. B. Brown Lot
Wong Lee nnd Wong Lln laot
llniiore Fechner Lot
Honors Fechner Lei
Fi. If Smith uml F. It. 1". BIsc e....Lot
1.. Bees  Lot
Ed   WINon Lot
Jane Collins        Lot
.lane Collins   Lot
W. P. G. Held Lot
...Lot
. I."l
. Let
...Lot
...Lot
7, Block 9, plan 472 B	
8, Block 11, plan 472 B	
13, Block 9, plan 472 B	
14, Block 9, plu'ii 472 B	
15, Block 9, plan 472 B	
20, Block 9, plan 472 B	
21, Block 9, plan 472 B	
21, Block 9, plan 472 B	
20, Block 9, plan  172 II	
28, Block 9, plan 47211 	
31, Block 9, plan 172 B	
ill, Block 9, plan 472 B	
1, Block 10. plan 472 II	
2, Block 10, plan 472 B	
8. Block 10, plan 472 B	
30, Block HI, plan 472 B	
1, Block 12. plan 472 B	
2, Block 12, pla-' 473 It	
35, Block 12. pl-'i 472 B	
3, Block 12, plan 472 B	
1. Block 12. plan 472 II	
5, Block 12. plan 172 B	
0. Block 12. pli'll  172 B	
7, Block 12. plan  172 B	
8, Block 12, nlnn  172 B	
28, Block 12, plan 472 B	
24, Block 12. p'nn  172 B	
30, Bl-ck 12. nl n 4*2 B	
37, Block 12. plan I* ' II    .
38, Block 12, plan 479 B	
39, Block 12, plan  l'2 B	
6. Block 13, plan 472 B	
0, plan 1464	
8, pun 1464	
9, pan 1404	
II, plan  1461	
15, plan  1404  	
HI. plan  1464	
17,  |ilan   1404	
2. Block B, plan 1147 	
!2,  Block  C. plan   1447	
'5   I'Oiek C, plan  1447	
III. Block C, plan  1417	
���', Block  D, plan  1447	
", P'rck V., plan 1147	
5. Bl cit  E. plan  1147	
0. Ill ck E, pl'in '447	
1 & 2. Block F. plnn 1447...
3. Block F, plan  1447	
4. Block F, plan  1447	
1. Block   1, plan   1951	
7, Block 1, plan 1951	
8. Block 1, plan 1951	
24, Block 1, plan 195!	
4. Ill ck 2, plan 1951	
3, plan 480 A	
9   plan 480 A	
8, Block 14 plan 480 B .'..
9, Block 14 plan 480 B	
1, Block 17, plnn 4S0 B	
2, Block 17. plan 480 B	
7, Block I". i'bn 480 B	
Lot 9. plan 1415	
10, plan 1405  ....
1-10 Ac. Sec. 61	
80' x 100' Sec. 61  ....
44 Ac. Sec. lis	
50 Ac. Sec. 68	
Ralph Denntaon 	
A. n. s. earner,-.;  	
June Collins	
.1. Gatehouse Estate	
J. Gatehouse Estate	
J. Gatehouse Estate Ixit
H. J. McKenzie ami C. Ijimb  Lot
A. V. M. Sibley Lot
A. V. \1. Sibley Lot
John Poltc-     Lot
Mrs. A. Sackville Txit
W. A   Stiles Estate Lot
J  E. Mason Est.to Lot
Mrs. F.  M. Blvers lx>t
Mrs.  F.  M. Rivers Lo-
S. Leiser and II. Macklin Lot
S. Leiser and H. Macklin Lot
Kate Walton and H. Beadnell Ixit
P. L. Anderton Fr.
F. B. Warren  Lot
J. Barlo Lot
tl. MeCulsh  Fr.
H. Slew-art Fr,
Agnes E. Graham Fr.
N, B.���Taxes for 1918 due but not in..arrear, are not Included In above.
TAKE NOTICE lhat tlie Collector Is anxious to receive notice from any source of the interest of any person
Interested in any of the above described lands who may be entitled to the benefit of the "War Relief Act."
Dated at. Courlenay, B. C, this 26th day of August, 1918.
6.10
2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
6.10
2.1(1
1.09
2.46
11.75
7.02
2.63
138
2.58
14 21
7.02
2.03
1.38
2.58
14 21
7.02
2 63
138
2.53
14 21
6.SII
2.36
1.23
2.52
12.97
0.80
2.36
1.58
2.5 '
12.97
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2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
0.1 II
2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
0.10
2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
0.10
2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
7. 12
2.03
1.28
2.58
14.21
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3.15
1.21
2.49
12.40
4.12
2.63
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2.41
10.62
0.10
2.10
1.09
2.46
11.75
7.62
2.03
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2.61
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7.112
2.61
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1.38
2.58
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7.02
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2.58
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1.10
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2.46
11.75
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3.94
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2.87
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3.94
2.06
2.87
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4.62
2.63
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10.02
6.47
3 68
1.35
2.57
11.117
5.55
3.15
1.21
2.49
12.40
4 62
2.63
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10.02
5.55
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2.49
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1.06
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2.63
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11.80
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21.58
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29.80
16.80
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4.64
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94.25
110.25
40.85
19.26
364.61
05.00
84.00
54.01
24.15
467.16
Music Through
Didmond
Mr Edison's
Secret
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
TobacccT
i
Until you have hear4 the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You eau have uo conception as to how true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, and the records used are indestructable and play
for a full five minutes each
Wrile us now for ftmher particulirs of this new invention
which actually RECREATES music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
WHY
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
BECAUSE
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.   Our prices are Right, and
Out' Service is Unexcelled
Parkin Bros.
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and  Solicitor,  Notary
Public,
Phone 6
Cc**rten*iy
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to announce that he is prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at motlerat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid; for Beef
and Veal.
Ccmi'tenay and Cumberland
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