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Can not bo done nay I etter,   und :
not r|uito no  well anywhere   slu j
hereabouts.   Our typo and lunoliiiw .;
ery is cmupjatt ami The Itovinw j
prloea .iru riyiti, |
Gents'  t ui'iukti.iigo
and Halters
VOL. 6
NO. 25
Four roomed house with basement;  double corner
lot 80 x 120 situate in orchard. Price $450
Four roomed house, electric light, garden,   $8 per
month.   Particulars from
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
mimm*t\*a*m%A*m\ ���'  a,**-***---***. f -|-||-tf|[- -
Gents' Furnishing Store
We also have a shipment of Ladies Shoes and the Rinex Sole.
Shoe for Children
Call and see our -pods, you'll always find our prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
Union Street, Courtenay
Courtenay Shoe Store
Outing Footwear
Whether its for tennis, boating or sport wear you'll finil shoes iu   this
collection to meet your "-.-ants.
Men's shoes iu blue, black and white, from $1.50 to $3.90
Boys' and Vouths' shoes in black and white, low aud high top,   from
$1.20 to $1.50
Womens' shoes in different qualities in pumps, regular, and high top,
from $1.85 to $3.85
Childrens' and Misses shoes in  blue,  black,   and  white,   all   heights
from $1.20 to $2.50
We give all our attention to shoes only,
Next the Drug Store
Phone 48
Local Lines
O. II. Fechner is at Victoria on
business trip this week.
Mr. Geo !���'. Russell has n
i poSilon at Uie Condensory.
ed his
The City council held a meeting on
Monday evening.
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Wm. Booth was homo over Sunday.
A number of his friend-- motored to
Campbell River lake for a plo-nloaml
day's itslilng. About 1G0 finny monsters wore caught.
* *   * ,
Aid. .Ins. Aslini has lately added ii
couple of new machines lo IiIb shoo-
nuiklng eBtalillshment. i
* *   ��
The assassnient rate for tliis year
has been struck at 18 mills.
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Mrs. Chas. Callin ls visiting in this
Workmen started -this morning to
tear down the brick oven of Mario-
chl's bakery. The bricks will be used
to build in a boiler tor thesawmill up
the Lake trail. I
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Autos for hire���large and small���
day or night. Ford Garage. Phone
A car load of oils lias arrived at the
Ford (larabe.���Get your wason greas-
i d up,
ThoB, Hudson cf Union Bay was a
visitor in town on Tuesday. He says
there Is no sign of the steel plant yet.
Cumberland Is celebrating the 24th
to-morrow,   ami a   large number of
I'oitrtcnayltcsare   planning to  spend
the day at lhat place.
Mrs.   Clinton  Wood  left, yesterday
morning on a visit to her mother.
Thc-8. McQuillan and Dave Walker
have gone to Vancouver to spend the
An ea-rl end citizen has ihis siirn up
in his war garden: "We an vegetarians bul our dog isn't."
The Ford Garage hat a Welding
plant with a first class welder.
Bring in your broken parts in cast
iron, steel, aluminum, snd brass.
etc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crankshaft.
Now feed the pig.���For Sale
cheap��� On the farm, 3 or 4 tons
of culled potatoes, dfy and sound,
for seed or pig feed, Apply C. H.
Williams.     .
TO  RENT���Electric Vacuum  Carpet Cleaner���Cleans carpets without
taking them up.   $1 per day until
machine returned.   Phone 43.
For Sale���I buggy in good can-
dition, without lop. Only $33.
Apply Dale & Partridge, Uijion
For Sale���1 Cypher brooder and
incubator, cost $60. Only used
twice. Will sell two for half price
Apply Dale & P_rtiMg��, Union
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and
Main St. Vancouver, B. C Monuments, Headstones and Cemetery
Fences, the largest Monumental
works in the west.
$175 takes an 18' new runabout
motor boat 4 h. p. engine, all in
good order. Apply at Review Office.
Lost���23' launch hull with red '
trimmings, last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom on Saturday.   Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden. phone
59. I
For Salt���Williams Class-A,-Ar- ������
tist model, engraved Bflat cornet,'
quick chatige; pearl lined pistons. |
Plush lined case, with all  extra
parts.   Value $60, will sell for $35
Can be seen at Review Office.      . !
For Sale���About 3 1-2 . acres of
land in  the  City  of   Courtenay,
Terms easy.   Address Owner, 33231
Tennyson Ave., Victoria, B. C.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rnbbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford Gsrage,
Go to McBryde's for quality
Safety  First
Go to
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery  and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
The Fanny Bay sawmill Is .reported
to have been burned last night
John Peter Watson, an old resident
of Cumberland died ou Monday night
The funeral took place on Wednesday
He was a natle of Westville, N. 8.
��� ���   ���
Miss Flossie Ray and Mrs. L. Hall,
who have been visiting at the home
of Mrs. Wm. Matthewson for the past
month, returned to their home In Victoria on Monday. During their stay
they visited many points ot Interest
hereabouts, ln the course of which
.Miss Flossie tumbled Into the deep
waters of Mud lake.
��   ��   ���
Rain and ball Interfered somewhat
with ..it-garden party at Mrs. Owen's
home yesterday afternoon, yett IStaae
who braved the appearance of rain
thoroughly enjoyed themselvves. Tho
net proceeds which are for' the ladles
Aid, amounted to about $10
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Auctioneer Hardy is busy theee
days. Last week he conducted a vary
successful sale for Mr. Kono. Yesterday he had one for tbe Mat Toung
Cafe; next Tuesday Corpora Cudmore
will dis pose of his effects .tyr aactloa
nd on Wednesday Mr. Hardy will aell
all the goods offered at tne
1. 0. a it
.... The Raughten of tha Empire appeal to the people of Comox OttMet
for donations for the big Rummage
Sale to be held tn the Maple Leaf
Theatre on Wednesday afternoon of
May 29th. It will be Impossible to
canvass every person, and we think
it should not be necessary to do so,
as eery one knowste great need at
the present time of comforts for the
boys of this district who are overseas
and 'the Navvy, and contributions
should not only come trom the Daughters of theEmplre but from every
home, no matter how small. Already
silverware, furniture, used clothing,
boots, farm produce, cash, etc., have
been donated. A collection of rare
Mexican birds eggs has been contributed by Mr. Mitchell, sr., Black Creek.
Mr. Hardy has very kindly offered to
conduct the auction that afternoon.
Mr. R. Glazbrook, cashier. Articles
may be left at Mrs. Fairbairn's or at
Mrs. Cairns' sometime before Tuesday eveglng. If Impossible to send
your donation phone Mrs.R. Christie
and arrangements will be made to call
for same.
.The .olio-wing committee have
charge of the rumage sale: Sand-
wick���MeBdames Cowle, Parkin, B.
Piercy, and Gurney. Comox ��� lies-
Laban. Little River���Miss B. Small
IJourtenay 1��� Mesdames Kilpatrick,
Stevens and Owens. Happy Valley-
Miss* Pearse. * -
F-'low the crowd next Wednesday
afternoon to the rummage Sale.
Are you going to have delicious afternoon tea at the "Tea Kettle Inn"
next Wednesday?
During the last three months the
102nd Regina Trench Chapter I.O.D.E
havve sent over six hundred dollars'
worth of parcels to the Comox sol
diers owverseas.
E. 0* !'��� ���'   rrd    id and
to arrive lhis wi ek ai F. rtrlcal Instrument known as . IB1 1 ire electrical wizard, al once d tecls electrical trolblein the lighting and siart-
pair bills if ears are tested periodically,
The Maple Leaf Theatre is being
well patronized Ihese days, The man
agement ir^ 1 irlng 1 1 pains to gi
good attractions, but the shipping facilities are not taken advantage of by
some film users, consequently films
that should reach here for Monday's
shows get sidetracked and sometimes
are a week or two late. Mr. Fechner
Is at Victoria trying to make better
arrangements  with the shippers.
��� * *
Mr. W. N. Carty, who was Returning Officer for the Comox-Alberni
elecion, has been appointed registrar
for this riding for lhe regis! ration of
the man and woman power of the
country. The day for registration
has not yet been definitely set by the
govvernment but it is likely to be the
latter end of June. Any employer of
labor can make special arrangements
to have his employes register at or
near bis place of employment, so as
not to lose time. Those having charge of the registration In this district
are Comox���J. Carthew. Headquarters'���Major Hilton. Cumberland���
Ed.: Bickle. Courtenay���E. H. Hicks
Beach. School teachers and women's
-societies are expected tolielp along
this patriotic work. There is a heavy
penally provided for those who neglect or refuse to register, Further
particulars will be announed later.
A duse wiil be held in the Elk
hotel, Comox, on May 24th at 9
p. m. Admission for gentlemen
75c, ladies 25c Cards aud refreshments.   Proceeds are ior the piano,
Comox Creamery
60c per.lb. this week
Maple   Leaf  Theatre.
Saturday May 25th
Montague Low and Dorothy Kelly
In "The Awakening" a delightfully
charming drama of life in Bohemian
Pris, is told in the Awakening. 5
acts. Produced by Willlatl A. Brady
World Pictures are the sort of pictures thaf make you forget everything bul. the fascinating story flashed on the serene.
"The awakening" will be played at
the Maple Leaf Theatre on Saturday,
May 2,"jtli���one cf the most congenial
roles that .Montague Low, the famous i
English    actor    who    is  starring  In'
Worlds Pictures, has ever played, is.
that of   Jacques   Revilly In the new
World   Picture  Brady  made,    " The
Awakening, and  in  which  Misli  Dor-!
oihy Kelly is fascinatingly charming.
Monday, ..Mr-* 27th |
Select Picture r pr p.*ini3 Conslance
Talmadge In "Scandal'' In 6 rr-ts and
two Trip'-.s'i  ''���'���    'lies
:    ���   -,- ft Whittle
George Hamilton, man-Mfcr of tb��
-Campbell River Hotel, and Carl Thu
Un, of Campbell River, have goae tat
Vancouver to enlist, for. jverseas service.
The International Logging Co. was
fined $200 for allowing a man without a license to operate a donkey engine. The man In question was also
gan, the boiler inspector prosecuted.
*!Pt"I. 'JW    "80UOJJ0 om joj 0011 P-rfiiif
Anglican Services
Trinity Sunday, May 26, 1918
11  a. m.���Morning   Prayer and   Holy
Communion at Holy Trinity, Cumberland
3 p. ra.���Evening Prayer and SerSKM
at Lazo Mission
7 15 p m.���Evening Prayer and Sermon at St. Peter's Comox. i
7.30 p. m. ���Evening Prayer and Sermon at St. John's Courteaay.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrew*' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.    Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. in.
Sunday School and  Bible Gas
10:30 a. ni.    Evening service 7:30
p. ni. All welcome
Com Remover
RC. THE    ttWIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
Ancient Bolsheviki
On 'Face.   Badly Disfigured*
Used 2 Boxes Ointment
and 3 Cakes Soap.
i bad iuliv lot cl pimplest
mylar', which mail - ii liadl) disfigured.
"1 had
my (ace which mail" a nam) uisuguieci,
Thoy were inflamed and ; arne loa head,
ami [couldtear my skin ai soon run
littic beat came near litem, 1 could
hardly sleep.
"When I saw Cuticura Soap and
Ointment advertised I bciH (or a Irec
sample which did 60 iiiucli good that I
bought more, and 1 used two boxes ol
Cuiicura Ointment and three cakes of
Cuticura Soap when I was healed,"
(Signed) Miss Bertha Nilsson, Stockholm, Sask,
If you have a food complexion keep
it so by using Cuticura Soap dally and
Cuticura Ointment occasionally,
Par Free Sample Each by Mutt address post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A,
Boston, 11. S. A."   Sold everywhere.
I A.'ienians   Declared    it    Monstrous
to Be Prevented From Doing
What'They Chose
i    (ui a nicnjorablc occasion lhc as-
1 semblcd  Athenians declared it  mon-
; strous  thai Jli**y should lie prevented from doing whatever they chose.
j N'o force that existed could restrain
' ihem;  and  llicy  resolved    that     no
duty  should  restrain  them,  and  that
Ihey  would  be  hound  by  no    laws
that were not ot llieir own  milking,
j In  ihis way  llur emancipated people
I of  Alliens   became   a     tyrant;     and
their government,  llio    pioneer    of
i litiropcan freedom,   stands condem-
j ned with a. inrrihh- unanimity by all
llie   wisest   Of   lhe     ancients.      Tlicy
j ruined iheir city hy attempting    to
I conduct war by debate in the market place,    Like lire French republic,
lhcy put their successful commanders to,death.   They treated their dc-
1 pendencies with  such  injustice   that
i llicy  lost    their    maritime    empire.
They plundered the  rich  until    the
rich conspired \vith the public enemy, and tlicy Browned their guilt hy
the  martyrdom of    Socrates.���From
Lord Acton's  Essays.
Took the Prize
A gentleman seeing a crowd of
boys around a small dog went up to
them and asked them what they
were doing.   One of tlicin replied:
"Whoever tells the biggest lie
takes the (log."
"Shocking!" said llic gentleman.
"When I was a litlle bov 1 never
told a lir."
"Say, mister, lhc dog is yours."���
Jiostou Transcript.
The Canadian spring wcalher���
one day mild and bright; thc next
raw and blustery is extremely bard
on the baby. Conditions are such
lhal the mother cannot take the litlle onc out for the fresh air so
much to be desired. Hc is confined
lo the house which is often overheated and badly ventilated. Hc
catches cold; his little stomach and
bowels become disordered and the
mother soon has a sick baby lo
look afler. To prevent tllis an occasional dose of Baby's Own 'Tablets
should bc given. They regulate the
stomach and bowels, thus preventing or curing colds, simple fevers,
colic or any oilier of llic many minor ailments of childhood, The Tabid-; are sold by medicine dealers or
by mail al 25 cents a Iionc from The
Dr. William-' Medicine Co., Brock-
villc, Out.
In the Absence of Clergy
Some lime ago a dinner was given
in Ness' York al which a well-known
actor, who is something of a freethinker along theological lines, sat
at the guest table. When the hour
for starting llic feast arrived lhc
loastniastcr, a very religion.* man,
discovered lliat no minister of the
Gospel was present, though several
had been invited. In litis emergency In turned to lhc actor and
asked  Iiini  to  say  grace.
The. aclor rose, bowed his head,
ruul iu lhc midst of a deep hush said
"Tliere being no .clergyman present, let US thank God!" -Saturday
Evening Post.
teaches food
Has been Canads's
(avotite yeast (or
jj*?| more than foity
  Enough (oi 5c. to
^i[mppP| ptoducc 50 laige
loaves ol line,
' MADS IN CANADA     welcome nout-
idiing  home  made  bread.    Do
not experiment, there is nothing
jusl as good.
CU ft E  COWS'
For Sale by all Dealers
Dougja-f & Company, Napanee, Ont
.^j^Boudoir Secrets
She���You've heard of people's hair
turning white in a single night?
Her Maid���Yes, miss, but that
isn't the color it generally turns
when it happens as quickly as that.
Apply  a  Itw  flrops  then  lift
corns or calluses off with
fingers���no pain
JiisfFlhtnkl You can lilt
off lhy ' corn or callus
ivlthort pain or soreness.
A Cincinnati man discovered this ether compound and named it frce-
-frtitVe*.""* Any druggist will
sell a tiny bottle of frcc-
r.onc, like here shown, foi
very little cost. Vou apply a few drops directly
upon a lender corn or
callus. Im inly thc soreness disappears, then
Shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose
iiat you can lift it right
Freezone is wonderful.
It dries instantly. It
doesn't cat away the corn
or callus, but shrivels it
lip without even irritating
II i/l'l'li' i'!lllhc surrounding Fkin.
IfS I' III!,1 (ill Hard, soft or corns between the toes, as well as
painful calluses, lift right
00. There is no pain before or afterwards. If your druggist hasn't
freezone, tell him to order a small
bottle for ;ou from his wholesale
drug house.
A Chapel for Lord Kitchener
It has been decided to erect a
chapel in St. Paul's Cathedral in
memory of Lord Kitchener. A site
on the ground floor of the cathedral
has been offered by lhc dean and
chapter, and at a private meeting
of the committee of lhc Lord Kiich-
ener memorial fund at the mansion
house thc offer was accepted, ln
addition, thc fund is providing 20
scholarships for one year to overseas sailors and soldiers who . gave
up llieir university studies to join
lhc colors al the outbreak ot war,
and who have been disabled. Two
have already gone to Cambridge, one
to Edinburgh, one to Oxford and
tWO to the Imperial college of science.
Miller's Worm Powders an: complete in themselves. Tlicy not only
drive worms from, the system, hut
repair the damage lhat worms cause
and so invigorate lhc constitution
lhat it speedily recovers from the
disorders oi the digestion that are
thc result of the work of these parasitic intruders. Tlicy do their work
thoroughly and strength and soundness follow their use.
Dangers of the Front
Two Irish women wcrc sympathizing with each other on the terrors of the war.    One of ihein said:
"Sure and you have heard of the
trouble of Denny, my husband?"
"Naw; what was it?"
"Sure lie was shot at the aldo
"Oh, Unit's loo bad. And where is
llic abdomen?"
"I don't know, but it is sonic
where at lhe front."
Minard's     Liniment     Lumberman's
W.     N.
John���So that's your new tic, ch?
Why on earth did you select such a
loud pattern?
Jos���I didn't select it. My brother
did, and he's slightly deaf.
Good Night! ,
The young man and the girl were
standing outside thc front door, having a final chat. He', was leaning
against thc door post, talking in low
tones. Presently the young lady
looked round to discover her father
in the doorway, clad in a dressing
"Why, father, whal in thc world
is the matter?" she inquired,
"John," said the falhcr, addressing
himself to the young man, "you
know I havc never complained about
your staying laic, and I'm not going
lo complain of licit now; but io"
goodness sake stop leaning against
the bell push aud let lhe rest of the
family get some sleep."���Judge.
Corns arc caused by the pressure
of light boots, but no one need bc
troubled with them long when so
simple a remedy as Holloway's Com
Cure is available.
German Sword
Cannot Bring Peace
No World Peace Can Ever Be Assured Through Dominant
'.I lie coming world peace, thc ex-
tiltaul kaiser is reported as saying in
a message from the battle front, will
be assured "through the German
sword." It is inconceivable thai be
accurately forecasts the future. It
should be said in whal is, perhaps,
llic darkest hour of lhc war, that no
world peace can ever, by any possible decree of fate, bc assured by lhc
German sword. The worst might
happen on llic continent, aud the
broken Brilish army be driven inlo
its boats opt of France, retiring to
its island 'fortress, and slill America
and Great Britain could continue a
maritime war against Germany for
years. It was done in thc case of
Napoleon nnd it is not apparent lhat
lho thing lias become impossible today.���Springfield  Republican.
Landlady no Poetess  _
Editor���I can't use your poem, but
you might leave your address.
Bard���If you don't take the poem
I shan't have any address.���Boston
Transcript. ,
Kitchen Talk
The New- Maid���In my last place
I always took things fairly easy.
Thc Cook���Yc won't do that here.
They keep everything locked up. *
Edith���1 havc just refused to marry  Mr. Shynian.
Ktlicl��� (Hi, did hc propose?
Edith���Well, I can't say positively, but that is how 1 construed his
incoherent remarks.
A Cure for Rheumatism.���A painful and persistent form of rheumatism is caused by impurities in the
blood, the. result of defective action
of the liver and kidneys. Thc blood
becomes tainted by llic introduction
of uric acid, which causes much paiu
iu tlie tissues and ill llie joints.
Parmclcc's Vegetable Pills are
known to have effected many remarkable cures, and their use is
strongly recommended. A trial of
Ihein will convince anyone of llieir
, Men in Training
Fighting isn't the only duty of a
���oldier, and exposure to bullets is
not aa aerious as exposure to all
kinds of weather and dampness.
Rheumatic aches, sore and stiff
muscles, strains and sprains, chilblains and neuralgia, all are enemies
of the soldier, and the relief for all
these pains and aches is Sloan's
Liniment. Clean and convenient to
carry or use; does not stain, and
penetrates* without rubbing.
Goneroui iU��i bottlM. at all druggia*_t
Sloan's   prices   not   increased   25c   SOc   $1
A Lady's Limit
.Judge���How long did it last, this
fight with your husband?
Mrs. O'Brien���About len minutes,
ycr honor. Sure no lady would kape
at it any longer.
Minard's Liniment   Used by Phy'si-
- clans.
A bridegroom is a person who
spends a lot of money buying himself a wedding suit that nobody notices,
We pay the Highest
Market Price tor
Our facilities enable us to give quick
service to country shipments.     Immediate cash settlement.
Winnipeg, Man.
The Corrector Corrected
"Which of thc two is    thc    best
"You should say the 'better man.'"
"No, I shouldn't. I understand one
of them is  thc groom."
Onc of the things a young girl
has to discover for herself is lhat
a man may look well in. a dress suit
and still be a poor provider.
pntinuous and
monotonous Work
-most trying on
the Nerves
|0ING the same thing, in the same way,
day after day and week after week,
means destruction to the nerve cells and collapse of
the nervous system of the human body.
Whether in the munition factory or in the home, in the store or
5n the office, it is monotony that kills. And it is because woman's
work is more often monotonous than men's that so many women
suffer from nervous exhaustion and prostration, nervous headaches,
neuralgic pains and general run-down condition of the body.
It is easy for the doctor to say you
must have change and rest, but the
expense of living is so great at this
timo that few can afford to follow
such advice.
But there is restoration and health
awaiting you in the use of Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food. This great reconstructive treatment cures by supplying the elements which Nature
uses in the formation of new, rich
blood and tho creation of new nerve
If you are a regular reader of this
paper you will find cures reported
almost daily, and no matter where
you live you will find people who will
tell you with enthusiasm of the benefits obtained by using this great food
Dr. Chase's Nerve E
��� IIII
EO cent* a box���do not pay morc���at all dealers or Kdmanson, Bates & Co., Ltd.,
Toronto. On every box ot the genuine you will find the portrait and signature ot A. W,
Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Boole author. f
J THE    KEVTEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
Kill the Germs of
Fosti i-  said    In
had    brought    a
packet from  Canada    and    tho    old
man, who looked rather bard at hint,
.hiled a Hap in tlle counter and lold
him lo pass llirougli.   A door in llic
partition opened as lie advanced and
.{another man bcjpkoiicd liim to comc'i .
EY ACTING TO-DAY YOU CAW j in.    I-,  loqked as if i!���. kilter    had I
QUICKLY   CURE   CATARRH     beard what had passed, but this sav-l
AND AVOID BRONCHITIS.     j"' *".' .^Planalion and    Foster, who-
nrnii.���,    r.^,��Tc.iT��jn ..M.c-l   il   Ire   v.as   lira ham,     put     t if
PERHAPS   CONSUMP- packet ou a table.    There'was    not
TION much else in  thc small, dusty room,
  except a cupboard filled wilh pigeon'
Most Agreeable and Surest Cure Is' holes ami a safe,
Catarrhozone, Which Cures Every        "Tliis is from Miss Austin of Gard-
Black Ki
Curable Case
Otlarrhozonc proves especially
good iu those chronic cases where
mucous drops down lhc throat,
sickens llur stomach, and pollutes
thc breath, \\ hen lhe nostrils arc
stuffed, only a few breaths through
the inhaler arc needed to clear the
passages, and where there is coughing ami son- bronchial lubes, llu-
soothing, healing properties of
Catarrhozone act almost as magic.
Once you slop inking medicine
into the stomach and get thc healing oils nud ptiro balsams of Catarrhozone at work you can bc sure
of quick and lasting cure for nose
colds, catarrh, weal: lungs, bronchitis, ami speaker's sore throat.
The complete $1,00 Outfit of Catarrhozone is sufficient for two
inonilis' treatment, and is guaranteed. Smaller size, 50c, al all dealers, or llur Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Ont.
��� EY���*
L-n_.ii. Melbourne, and Tofonle
(Continued. 1
J l looked somewhat bulkier and
lu- examined it carefully, but the cover did not seem to have been removed, it could not have been replaced
by another, because the original address was there and lie knew Carmen's band; then there was a seal,
which he did not think could have
becen tampered with. Besides, tlu;
man had only had it for a minute
or two, and if he lia.l opened il,
would probably have taken something out instead of putting something in. Foster decided that hc
was mistaken about ils size and returned it to Iiis pocket.
Then he wanted a cigarette and
took out the case hc had KOt in the
fur coat. Since he had left thc coat
in Montreal, the case was the only
record of Iiis adventure on the train
and he wondered whether he would
ever bc able to restore it to its
owner and speculated languidly
about thc man. As the latin" knew
llis name, it was strange lhat he had
not communicated wilh him at   thc
tier's Crossing," lie .said.
Graham glanced at lhc packel
ratreliasly, as if he did not consider
il of much importance, and Foster
felt puzzled, The fellow was not as
old as Carmen's father, but Foster
thought there was nothing about
him thai would attract a girl used to
admiration, as Carmen was. He was
certainly not handsome and had, on
lhc whole, ;i commonplace look,
while he was obviously in a small
way of business.
"Thank you," lie said, "li seems
y.m have In en lo Edinburgh. We
bail a branch ihere, bin closed ii rc-
ccnlly. .Newcastle hasmiorc facilities for importing our goods. I'm
afraid von havc been put to some
Foster  replied  lhal    he    did    nol
mind  tliis,  since  he    luul    promised
Miss Austin to 'bring the packel and
sin- was a friend of Iiis, but although
he studied the man's face, saw liol'h-
ing to indicate that he was interested.
'.'Are you slaying here?" he asked,
and when  Foster lold him that    he
Ss.     was goiiiK back as soon as lie could,
\^ ! resumed I  "If you  had been staying,
ri  would have been glad to lake you
I about the town; but, afi'cr all, there's
j nothing much in the way of amusement going ou.    I  might arrange to
.meet you in the afternoon, but must
now finish sonic letters for the Continental mail."
Foster, who said lie could not wail,
vent out, feeling that thc other was
pleased to get rid of him.    Graham
was  obviously  a  small  importer    of
I provisions, and he could not see why
I the  girl  in  Edinburgh  had    warned
! him  to post the packet.     Carmen's
! reason for sending such a man something  she  valued  was  impossible  to
This, however, was not Foster's
business, and alter lunch be caught
a train to Hexham, and, finding hc
could get no farther, spent the night
in the old border town.
Appropriate War Names
In England thtj, .defence    of    the
realm act' is commonly called "Dora," and now, witli llieir predilection
English arc c&llingHhc members   of
the  Women's" Kfiy'al   ''.Navy    Si nice
'for making'words oul1 of initials the
I "Wrens." , As1 tlicy_;.vc  engaged    in
j large numbers in  the Vork  of build
jing airships the name is lln: more appropriate.��� Boston GldflJc.      '   '
Undeveloped Energy
Experts say that in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta at least (>,-
500,000 h.p. of water runs to waste
every day. 1,172,000 is on lhe Saskatchewan and Winnipeg rivers and
Iheir tributaries, nnd the balance ill
the ureal rivers of lhc north, lhc
Athabasca, Peace, Churchill and lhe
Nelson. To dale Ihere are but
twelve small plants, consuming 100,-
lltld h.p., in operation upon these riv-
i 1 ,; iltait'-'xt���-"*"*	
No need  to walk **ij the edge    of
i your soles lo savo^a son- corn���l'ul
In    all    coutflrics.     thik    loi     am     l_>Vi....
TUK'S   ADVISED,   Winch   will   he   .era   lice.
.-jl.   University St.,  Montreal.
fuel they make now by soaking
sticks in strontium and copper salts
eannot compare wilh the old-fashioned corn fed lire in beauty and
the power of evoking visions. Dcuibt-
less such luxury would lie condemned as wicked nowadays, but those
who have known Ihc calorific value
of corn would find it hard to abandon it altogether, and I fancy thai
lhe western farmer's wife when she
has an extra batch of baking tQ do,
will Meal a few cars from ihc crib,
���K. Ji, Slosson in lhc Independent,
New   Vork.
nam's brings instant relief. Apply il
to a lender corn, and watch that
corn shrivel and dry tin. Absolutely painless. . No mailer how tough
tlle com is, you can peel it righl off
by using   Putnam's    Painless    Corn Willie Understood
Extractor.    Costs  bin - a    quarter���     ,. _ ,,     ,, ,
why pay more for something not so      So yo,ui' f"lhcr llr" ;l"''"'d t0 sPan
good,    liet Putnam's loday, ,-v.0'l- '���"', ,K'- ..  ... , ,
,_.,. { I    "i es, lie said if I    made  sueh    a
., ��,     l "    i f-.   ���      I noise playin1 automobile I'd be turn-
torn US I-OOd Jind Fuel        cd turtle 'fore 1 knew ii.
An Offer of Help
It rained and the light was going
when Foster sat in a window scat of
the. library at lhc Garth. Hc was
alone, but did not mind this. Thc
Fcalhcrstoncs treated him as one of
the family; he was free to do what
he liked, and Alice, who had talked
to him for half an hour, had just
gone away. Lighting a cigarette, he
mused and looked about.
Outside, the lirs rose, black and
dripping, above the wet drive. Between their trunks he saw the river,
stained with peat, brawling among
the slones, and llic streaks of foam
that stretched across a coffee-colored pool. Then a few boggy fields
ran back into thc mist that Iiuryg
about the bills. A red fire threw a
soft  plow  about  the    library.      The
Antique   Galle.-iel
39  nnd   30   Coll-to   Street,      Toronto,   Oat
Was Greatly Valued  in   Stove'  and i "
Fooil serves sii-hskinlia-liv lln:1 Old Jewellery! Plater Silver: Curioii
same nurnose in lhe hriilu -, Vn.-I !,, MlnUtur**! l'iciuren Needlework: Lace-,
same purpose in yic notly as Kiel in  ow     C|.-ntl     Cut    0lMi.     0r_-_-t-**_l
the   engine.     It   provides   the   energy   Wttchei;   R\nS,:  Table Were,
for   work.     The   carbohvi'lratcs,   that Write or eend by Kxp.-eii.  to
is   lhe  sugars,   startSres    and    ccllll- B.  M.  ft  T.  JENKINS,   Lb-ted
loses, can all be used as fuels and
can all bc used as foods. The. final
products, water am! carbon dioxide,
arc in both cases tlie Same, .and necessarily, therefore, life amount of
energy produced is tlie same ill the
body as in lite engine,      . __
Corn is a good example of the
equivalence of the two sources of
energy. TllCfC arc few better foods
and n6 better fuels. I can rcni.cni-
ber thc good old days in Kansas
when wc had corn Jo burn. It was
both an economy anil "a luxury, for
���at 10 cents a bushel -jt was cheaper than coal or wood and preferable
to either at any price. ..The long
yellow carr, each wrapped in ils own
| kindling, could lie handled without
crocking the fingers. Each kernel
as it cracked sent out a blazing jet
of oil and the cobs lefl a fine bed .
of coals for the corn popper to be '
shaken over.       s..
Drift    wood", -and" lhc  pyrotechnic
Keep your shoes near
Windsor, as hc  had  promised.      He]
had obviously not been attacked,, bc-1 r��0,�� was somewhat shabby but
cause there had been nothing about I spacious. Rows of old books in
it in th-t Canadian newspapers. The! famed bindings, which Foster
thing was puzzling, but after al! it j thought nobody read, faded into the-
did not concern Foster much and IreiK��oom at its olhcr end. It- ,jvas
thought about something else. warm and  quiet, and hc found it a
ll was late when he arrived al: I '"���'!'.'
Newcastle and went to a hotel. There j y
was fog and rain next morning, audi;1 "
he saw very little of the town, which | ,l'.ilv.
seemed filled with smoke. Taking a I ol'v!
tram car that carried him past rows 'wa!i
of dingy buildings and shops   where
Parcels for Soldiers
Para-Sani Wrapper
ortablc retreat.
r hnd now becn at thc Garth
rlnight and did not want to'!
Featherstone and his wife
msly wished Iiini to stay; hcj
war. grateful for tin- welcome they
I hnd given him, and felt as if hc be-
lights twinkled, he. gol out at the longccl lo tin: place. What Alice
corner uf a narrow street that ran thought was not clear, but she treat-
back into llie haze. After looking at l"1" with a quiet friendliness that lie
the address on the packet lie piling- !��"11(1 .singularly pleasant.      By and
id into tin- gloom beside a row ol
tall, sooty buildings, There was no
pavement and here ami there a cart
stood beneath an opening iu the
wall. Tlie buildings were apparently
warehouses, but some of the doors
had brass plates and lights shone
in Ihe upper windows. Hy and by
he found the number lie wanted and
entered a dirly arrb, inside wliicli a
few names were painted on the wall.
Graham's was not there, but be went
lip the sleps to inquire at llic first
oflicc lie reached.
The lower slorys were used as a
warehouse and lie came to llic top
landing before he saw a name that
seemed lo In- Danish or Scandinavian
painted on a door and going in
knocked on ihc counter. The oflicc
was small and shabby and smelt of
bacon, wliicli In- thought indicated
thai its occupant dealt in provisions,
but he could not see much because
of a glass partition. When hc was
getting impatient, au old man came
to the counter,
"Can you lell nu- if there's a Mr.
Graham in ihis building?" Foster
"Yes, lie's here," said thc other,
"Whal do yotl  waul?"
7#^0 Ovulated EycM,��
~ M ��-"������ ty", E>'�� Inllanicd by
,, JESSim, Dmt and Wind quickly
'?. ff�� rellc-vi-.l by Murine. Try It In
l \lt C yout fees and In Baby's Eyes.
liy he began to wonder why llis comrade had not written, particularly as
be had brought away a bag of Law-I
rencc's. He had one like it, and as,
both had its owner's initials stamped
outside, lie imagined thc baggage
agent bad been deceived by the F
when he affixed llie cheek, J.aw-!
rencc's bag, however, had his name j
engraved upon the. lock.
Foster sai down iu a big chair by
lhe lire, and imagined be I'll asleep
because it had got nearly dark wilh-;
oni Ids noticing it when the opening
of llie door roused him. Looking
up, lie saw Featherstone conic in
witli a letter in his hand. I'he post
did nol arrive uniil llic afternoon.
(To l!c Continued.)
A heavily coated, strong
waxed paper, moisture proof
and air proof. The pleasure ot
the boys in the trenches will be
doubled it their eatables and
smokes are received in good
Malne^e Remedy ^feM''".!.;.���.
my* Salve, In Tuhoa 2"_  For .'look ef tht Kvt - Free.
���Uk Marine Ere Itemedr Co.. C'bleo-ro -
W.     N.     U.
Precept and Practise
Kathleen had proved to bc all that
a servant should lie in regard to her
ditties; but unfortunately Iter energies never seemed to extend to keeping her face clean. Her mistress desired to tell her to wash il, but not
wanting to offend a valued servant,
she tried to bc diplomatic.
"Do yotl know, Kathleen," she remarked, in a confidential manner,
"llint if you wasli your face in hot
soapy water it will make you beautiful r"
"Sure, an' it's a wonder ycr niver
thricd il ycrsllf, ma'am!" was Kathleen's surprising answer.���Vancouver Province.
Cupidity Finds a Way
She���The man I marry must have
a fortune equal to mine.
He���That's easily fixed.  Make ovcr half of yours lo me.
Para-Sani Household Rolls
PARA-SANI is put up in rolls,
and a convenient cabinet is supplied that may be fastened in a
convenient place in the kitchen.
PARA-SANI is better paper than
is usually supplied in sheets and
cheaper in thc long run.
Write for
your dealer.
particulars or ask
Appleford Counter Check Book Co.
Hamilton      -      -      -      Canada fHS COURTENAY REVIEW
tsMiU0ty**tiKfM> ���uFpraa��.:.'-sr___'��*; WmttHWU -n: **���*��� ��*ya-*t.Jt.--Jix*****<>K����l--M��j
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly   Newspaper,.Published at
Courtenay, 1). 0.
N. II. Bodbn, Editor nud Proprietor
Subscript! m p"r V.-.i    m   Advance
$2Jii       , '   r:  '. r.o paid
.1   ,._.!���
Hugl ��� ,iikc in .-ill a seriUUS
accidtiit when his it m runaway
vvi'.li a loan ol feed. Voting Stev
ens fell undt i a portion of the load
bul tM -a\.vtl injury,
John A, Stewart, I nrricttr of
Perth, was iinaiiiuioiisly chosen
Ullioliisl J idel '- ' i-l.it for the
bj e election iu J. ���    '.'  i iding,
How   Farmer  is Afic-ted.
Chrlstlah Science Mouitor:��� There
i.s uuluitilly Boino curiislty !o learn
just how the daylight savvying law
will nffecl Un* rarm v -'..er who lias
has always worked trom r-runrlse to
sunset, or, as lie lias been heard to
pui It, "Irom can lo cant.'" An hour
lidded to Ms evening antl taken from
his morning would tnaVe no differ-
ncce, so far as may be Been now, between thc time he could and the time
' .- couldn't.
(R, S. ���. 6. 1911, Cap. 39)
In the matter of the Courtenay Electric Ugh Heat and Power Company
Limited.    (A   Private  Company)
(In Voluntary Liquidation)
TAKE NOTICE that a meotlng of
the creditors of the above named com
pany will be held ou thc 8h day of
Juno, 1918, at the hour of !! o'clock p.
in. at the office of the Liquidator situate in the Willard Illock, Dunsmuir
Ave., City of Cumberland, B. C. Tho
creditor of the above company arc rc
quired on or before the 20th day of
June 1918, to Rend their names and ail
dresses and the particulars of their
debts or elalme to Mr. Paul P. Harrison, of the City of Cumberland, aforesaid, barrlstsr-at-law, the liquidator
of the said Company, and if so required by notice in writing from tbe said
liquidator, arc by their solicitors or
personally lo come In and prove then-
said debt's or claims al sueh lime and
place as shall be specified in sub no-
*io_, or, in default hereof, they will be
excluded from the benefit of any distribution TH-M-S before Bitch debts are
Dated at   Cumberland.   B. C, this
21st day of Mnv, A. D, 1918.
��� f
The birds' eggi* will be on view
at the I. 0. D. E. tea rooms until
ths sale.
Comox Valley Cow Testing Association
that have given 50 lbs of butter during Apl.
lbs milk lbs butter owner
I,ist of CO VS I
"Name of cow
Heatlu r 	
Sally, ll mos ..
Sea Breeze 	
I cont	
Nellie, 12 mos
Broken  Horn  ..
Violet,   0   ir;o:i...
Cmmnla Horn .
Kill ri ill   	
.... 1l'08	
.... 990	
Zil398.! "
  70.6 ..
 70.1   ....
 66.4   ..
 65.1   ....
 623 ....
 60..0  ...
 59..8   ...
 A. McMillan
 S.  Calhoun
 A. McMillan
 I. Chalmers
 S. Calhoun
���  A. McMillan
 A. McMillan
R.Wllliamson& Sens
  T. I) Smith
 T. D. Smith
  W. T. Waln&Son
 S  Calhonu
 A.  Mc  Millan
 O.  Hornby
  A.  McMPlan
  A.  McMillan
Dress Goods
We nru now showing llie Newest
Popular Fabrics of lhe Season in
the Newest shades. Silk Poplins, Plain and Printed Voiles, Foulards, Printed Wash Silks, Pongees Crepes, and Silk Crepe de
Wash Goods
In fast Colours In Zephyr, Ginghams, Chambrays, Ducks Middy
Cloths, Galatcas and Prints.
Ready-to-Wear Goods
Ladles wash Stills of Palm Beaeh
CCloth in Newest styles. Middy
Suils In plain and striped colors,
White Pique Rep Pongee, and
Striped Wash Skirls, House Dr-
esrrerr, Misses and Childrens'
Wash Ureases and Pinafores.
Special Value ln Ladies White-
House Furnishings
Newest designs in Art Sateens,
Chlntzs and Cretonnes, Plain and
Colored Bordered Scrims, White
Ccreee and Two-lone Madras
Muslins, Lace Curtains anil Dras*
Curtain Rods.
1177 59.0  T. R. Smith
911 58.4  3. Calhoun
. 905 58.1      A.  TIrnuhart.
10S0 58.0 H, Piercy
. 9'U 58.0  W. T. Wain & Son
784 47.6  T.D.Smith
....11 ��2	
. .1071	
. .10-10	
... S18	
.... 900	
.... 870	
. 969	
... 970	
... 831	
. .lOTI	
... 830	
... 820	
  T. Chalmers
 T. Chalmers
   R.  IT.   Hurford
 S. Calhoun
 .S.  Calhoun
 G,  Hornby
   A.  McMillan
R. Williamson  *  Sm
..53.5  T. D Smith
...52.7   .1.  Anderton
..5-'.6  S. Calhoun
,.52.5  Piercy Bros.
..52.0   K. Rees
329 7  K. Rees
..52.0 : Pritchard &Snns
..57.4 ..
..46 .2
 54.3  .
 53.9  .
Drassiers and Silk Camisoles
Invictus Shoes
"The nest Good Shoe for Women,"
A compete stock of the newest
fjpriug and Summer Stylrs in High
tops with either Cui-iin or Louis
heels, iu Vici kid, Utiiiiuetiil, brown
and grey suede, also tan nnd white
kid, at popular prices. A full range
of Ladies, Misses, and Children's
white canvas shoes, also rubber outing slioes.
Ladies ready-to-wenr St raw and Canvas ready-to-wear  nutim* lints  suitable for h.olidru .. ���������    r-.nis.
Illriei;. White nnd >��� -���!������-���n   Silk and
Lisle bo-ii 1 - .
 52.0 ..
..   51.1....
 51.4 ..
..   50 9 ..
7 -,
II. Hurford
....D. B. Brouphton
 .T. Sentt
. "...R. UU. Hurford
S.   C-ilhr.-un
  t. Chalmers
  T. n. Smith
..Pritchard fi Rons
  ...   Urpnharl
i Cioth
I       /
m,   lis    ��_J
1 m r
m��� ....
That has been the Goal we
have sought for in all our
rigid I aboratory tests of
__ _i
Royal Standard
and  the  Government rebulatlons have left us with our superior milling  facilities  unimpaired  and  unhampered.
Royal   Standard'   undergoes the same exacting analysis In
IJOSjjsd  'ssauods jnoy equipped  local   laboratory today as
In the past '
s;e/'| 11 'e   ,:.,3i\   it*q_i means for the housewife Flour of the
highest type of purity and Bread-making Value.
If you are not a ussr of "ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR"
or "ROYAL STANDARD RYE FLOUR.test their delicious
vholesomeness 'in your next loa/es���your next baking, In
a Judicious admixture of three parte to one, you will find
the secret of Ideal Bread���the secret of true wartime economy.
Deprivations such  as we have not i-ellssetl Is being experi
diced daily In the Allied  lands overseas.
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Phone 33, End ol Bridie B. Towler,  Mgr.
' m
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We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
Store Between Bridges
%***t&+l*f",***e**0t*f*l'V<f*}O^\e*>**#lt^**0*,   *4*g*V��.e\ttu*ii
���j ��� 1   yrt        -y     nr,    .1
aches and ... ei::: s 1 aiicr
Now  Showing Mew Spring Suitings
McPhee Block    ������    Coui ',v-;ay
E i luimalt
i   r
Nanaimo  Railway
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35    Monday,
Wednesday ard  Friday,  ccuneciing  at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, ar.d  at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Leaver. Vi' toria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting ?.t Nanaimo wilh beat from
Vancouver and at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at 16.10.
n,        BP.n D. B. NICKERSON
Phone K^bU Agent Coi*Henay,
Newc-M Sprint' ������' ' '���-.*���
iu Mens' itn.i I'..-. ,' i   . .
Speeir-I   value  i.i   Mv   ���
lneartir-e   eh���'.'���.���':��� .;.     :-.    larjte   range
of   sainples   lo   ehot.se    from.    Fit
Shiri r>
\V. (.. ,-_ It,   Shirts  in   tlie  newest
stripes nnd colorings in Caambrays,
t'ereales anil Crepe, nbso in heavyweight Ilaiiltn silk,   without collar,
ami soft l'reneh cuffs.    Special   val- j
iiesin Ileus' nnd Boys' Sport Sliirts. ���
itl plain and   ell    colors,   also  with
strip.d eolhirs and cuffs in   Silk and '
Men's Mats and Caps
Sea ous newest slyl.-s iu soft felts \
in nl! the popular shapes of the best I
makers. Special va'iru ill Mens' j
i'liuainiis. and boater shape straw
hats with novelty hat bauds. New-1
a: iport patterns and checks iu
III ll .' Tweed nnilSilk Caps.
r. :k' rear
The :: .vest Styles in Mens' Neck-
-.. ��� . . silk (lowing end lies with
rallies!* :: ni'ulo of lieuvy
wn h Ik. Spoil lies for the I'optt-
tai pr,ri shirt in small ehetks ;-ii ipe
and ehtb colors, Derby and Wiu.l-
sor lies iu all shinies. Special novel
tt pattern and weaves In wash ties.
Latest styles in Mens' W, I'. Ci. Collars, newest soort styles always in
stock, Soft collar.; in white ;n! s-.-lf
Latest novelties in Silk covered  nnd
Leather belts,
We have a limited supply of tlie following   Seeds:
Sugar   Beet $1.00       :.nsilage Corn, per Ib  10c
Mangel $1.00 Mam.   Greystone   Turnip "_1.40
1000    Headed   Kale $1.00      p. T. Swede $1.35 to 31.60
Rwarf   Essex   Rape 20-      Carrot $1.75  to  $3.00
W.  Hulless Barley 5 1-JH_     ...:s   7 1-2c
Alsyke Clovvver  No.  1 3o     Canada W. Peas  8 1-2o
Golden Bantam Corn,  lb... 25c Mam.  Red Clover, No. 1 ....37c
rr S3. 5. K. Chick Food for.Chicks up   to 1 or 5 weeks old, then
use B. & K. Developing Fo od.      Ask lis for Sample.
W      -.
;\il""_ti   ���_
Courtenay Branch
The Operator
User Werk T
Invictus Shoes
"The Best Good Shoe for Men." A
complete stock of the latest and most
popular styles in Mens' shoes iu
block and trio, colore 1 cloth tops* in
laced and buttoned. Special values
ill Neolin soled shoes, A complete
stock of Mens' white nnd colored
canvas slioes. Also tennis slid rubber soled tennis shoes.
Real, helpful, animate service is what the telephone
operator gives, She is trained to lier work, her every [move-
nie.il is made instluatively as the resull of constant practisa.
Her efforts are always directed towards giving seivice; it becomes a habit. To do otherwise she Wgllld have to ilegr.-inge
her daily course of aciion.
With considerate co-operatiyn on the prut of thejstibscri-
ber, telephone service should be.well-nigli perfect.
British  Columbia   Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
Slill There's Nothing Like Leather   Willard's Harness Emporium.
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
5  Next to Hardy & Biseoe
Flue Showing of  Horse  lllankets,   l,ap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Btc,
Harness Repaired Neatly
Cumberland and Courte\ay      ���
e-:xn,taai*'e* ���.���-.--*rwT.am*^.*Jf t
| kaiser Bill's 8. O. S. Ignored by Hell.
The Kaiser called tlie ilov 11 tip
1    On the telephone ono day
I Tlio Rlrl at Ceiiti-.il listened
I    To all they had-.to say,
1    ���'.��*�����-.
Our Big Get Acquainted Sale is the modest you have heard of
also the most satisfying. World history has never been made
more rapidly than at present, owing to this awful war. In this
sale we are rapidly making history���stamping it indelibly on
ihe minds of Courtenay people, and it will live a credit to our
store in days to come. High prices were knocked in the head
at this store some time ago, and we'll be right on the job with
the hammer should they attempt to rise again
Clothing (or Men and Boys at Rock Bottom Prices.   Extra
Specials in Furnishings.    Compare our goods and be convinced.
Loggers Supplies a Specialty
See Our Bargain  Tables���They Save You Money
Best Service.   Vancouver Prices
Men's lilue Ser^e Suits 520.00 to $30.00
Worsted Suits $18.00 to ��25.00
Tweed mixlures <1.S.00 to $2.5.00
I,eckies' Shoes,   Ames Holden Shoes
Neolin Soles iu   black, tan and chocolate colors
��",50 to $8.50 per pair.
Loggers' hoots ��7,25 up.      Tennis Slioes $1 up
Men's Oxford Shirts,   soft or stiff cuffs
in neat fancy stripes Sl to S3 50
Men's \V���rk Sliirts <sl to *2
StaufielS'S Balbriggan Underwear, all sizes
65c to 1.25 per suit
Penman's Ziminerknit Underwear, 1.50 suit
Stanfield' sliirts and drawers, $1 per garment up
B. V. I). Combinations, all sizes 1.50 suit
50c, 75c, 1.00
Hats and Caps
Borsilano, J. B. Stetson, King Hats
2.50 to 6.00
Straw Hats, 35c, 50c, t.00 to 3.00
Panamas, 5 00 to 7.50
Black Cashmere, reg. 50c, 3 for 1.00
All Wool 65c to 75c'
Black Cotton Hose, 25c and 35c
Plain, White and fancy Stripes
2.00 to 3.00 per suit
Flannel, 2.50 to 3.50
Mercerized Silk, assorted colors 4,50 suit
"Hello!" tli" li 'ard ll ��� Kaiser say,
!UBt Im. ��.1, - i.iiaw Bill,
I     1 imi  wants him on llie phone."
.!1     .  ..'   ' -.Mo!"  lo Mil.
I    Aii:  . aid. "Hon -r re. you?"     '   ���
'Tin rami    troll horo on Mfth
i      .OW loll.in-.*   .   ml   to do."
���'.'-. hal can I Ui   ho    i 11 satil,
j     "My  dear old  Kaiser Bill."
It there' a l-hlug I'lmt 1 can do
I    To help you sun. 1 will."
The Kaiser said Sow listen,       ���  ���-.
Aj*t_' T will try to tell
The way taat 1 n.'u running
On ca-Hi.a mcii-i-ii.hell."
"I've saved for Ui'is -for many, years,
Vn. I've '-"'il'l out to kill
That II will to -��� m-jiie'rn Job
-..-,��� : -i.    '    Kai or Bill.
,i ...   ..- ir   through Belgium,
Shooting women and children down
We tore up all lier country,
And blowed up every town.
"My Zepps dropped bombs on cities,
Killing both old and young,
And those the Zeppelins didn't get
Were taken out and Hutfg.
"1 started out for Paris,
Willi Ihe aid of poison gas;
The Belgians, darn .them stopped us
And would not lot us paSB.
"My submarines are devils,
Why don'tyou -y'*-.J!i��m fight
Tlioy yo sneaking through thesea
And would .ink ashlp on sight
"I was running things to suit me
Till a year or so ago,
Then aman called Woodro**** Wilson
Wrote me to go slow.
"He says to me dead William,
We don'l, want lo make you sore,
So be sure and tell your U-boats
To sink our ships no more.'
"We hav e told you for the last time
So dear Bill, its up to you
And If you donot, stop tt.
You'll have to tight us too
"I did not listen to him,
And he's coming afler me,
With a million Yankee soldiers
Prom their home across the sea
"Now that's why I called you, Satan,
For I want advice from you;
I know that you will tell me
Just, what I ottp-ht lo do.'
"My dear o!d Kaiser William,
There"s not much for nro to tell,
For Ihe Yanks will make it hotter
Than ever I could In Hell.
"I've been a mean old devil,
But nol half us mean ns you,
And the minute that you get here,
1 will hivve thejob to you.
"I'll be ready for your coming
And I'll keep lho llres all bright,
And I'll make your room all ready
When the Yankees start to flght
"For the hoys In tan will get you,
I have nothing more lo tell;
Hang up the phone and get your hat.
And meet me here In Hell"
Johnstown, O., Independent.
Wages iucrtas-*. havt been grant
ed to Halifax workers in the building tradi��. Plasterer* will receive
6o cents an hour, paintera 55c, and
carpenters 50c. All other building
lines ate to be paid in proportion.
far Sale���1 Buggy ln good condition; without top. Only $25. Apply
Dale & Partridge, Union Bay.
For Sale���1 Ciphers brooder and
Incubator; coBt $60. Only usedtwice
Will sell for hit price. Apply Dale &
Partridge, Unnion Bay.
Ban-ice, 2 p.m.; Sunday School and
Bible Class, 3 p.m.
Sunday School and Bible Class,
3.00 p.m.; evening service, 7.30 p.m.
All welcome.
Phone 72 L
Phone 40
820 Granville St Vancouver
Phone Seymour 2359
i*t re*J vat    AfSot, -7-.I  m 1
has moved to it's new premise
m& '3 "^.mi^
*i_r-_.y, Jjy*
They Obey the Law.
*    *    *
Le Canada;���The population of
Quebecdespite -th. calumnies of which
it continues to be the object In the
jingo press, obeys the law. More
ihan thai it furnishes volunteers to
the army. We have no need to be
told whal our duty as citizens, obedient to public order Is, but we claim
the right to protest against unmerited
P|i|       p) 1        f
. Iferycte s
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
[ The Best and cheapest bread in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for   $1
Vancouver and Victoria Hi IX oz. loaves $1
We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement"
lhe baker of Better Bread Opposite the city hall       j
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
Blacksmith ard Carriag. Builder COURTENAV
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
AU Goods Mutt be   Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
l'ire losses in the iUnited States
and Canada in March were $20,213
980 against $17,523,000 in 1917,
Fires causing damage of $10,000 or
over numbered -66.
The shipping board at Washington has submitted an estimate for
$15,000,000 for ship construction.
A total of $50,000,000 i'/requested 1
The revenue of New Zealand for
the last year shows a surplus of
5,085,000 over expenditure,
Canada burns 30,000,000 tons t f
coal every year,' of which 60 per
cent comes Irom the United States.
The consumption may be accounted
ns follows: Manufacture of coice.
2,000,000; bunkering ships, 1,000.- .'.
000 tons; collieries. 1,000.000, rail,
wav locomotives, 9,000.000; domestic heating, 5,oeo,ono tons; and industrial power 6,000,000 tons.
Comox  Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams fcr Hire
at reasouab'e rates
\:: i 11 t s Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks  Beach   St.   Fi.ld
Tm'ng and Repairing
Here ab:ut Ap". 1
Leave order; at Reyiew office
4.,^.i..;.4_r..{..:-;-j..;-!.-S~H . >-:-i-M��
Cumberland Hotel
Cowl Accomodation      Ctuine Bxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
Sand and Gravel
Kates Reasonable
The Courtenav  Review
Family Herald and Weekly *>:ir
and the Daily Province
fo: one vear
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for $6 THE   EEVIEW,    COURTNET,   B,    0,
Yon look- As YOU FEEL
You know well enough when your liver is loafing.
fANCTTD il-TI AM ��8 the first warning; then you
tUnO 1II AIIUW begin to "feel mean all over."
' Your akin soon get* the bad newt. It
_, grows dull, yellow, muddy and un-
* sightly.
���' Violent purgatives sre not what you
-need���just the gentle help of this old-
time standard  remedy.
Small Pill,  Small Dose, Small Price.
< 'cmiifiA
many color!-. ..i (aces but  'V^wll! greatly help most pale-faced people.
Memorandum of 1'iince Lichntfwsky Shows That Germany Could
Have Reached Agreement Acceptable lo Great Ihiiaii!,
But Balked Efforts of Ambassador to London
Further sections of .lln-- urem-or-an--
iluin which Prince Lichn.ov.sky, German ambassador at London when the
war began, wrote foi; the purpose of
justifying his position    to   personal
friends, are   published   by Tlie Poli-
likcn, organ of the Extreme Left o
the Socialists.    In tlie preceding scc
lions  Prince  Liclinowsky    describe
his efforts to secure a better under
standing between Germany and Brit- j
ain after his appointment as ambassador to London in 1912, and    how
they were thwarted because    of the
persistence of the    German '-foreign
ollice in backing   up   llic   Austrian j
view on   Eastern  questions,  the  foi- J
lowing out  nf v.iiirii lie felt would
lead to a collision wit-h Russia and a
world war.
The new portions oi the memorandum deal ]iriuei|>;ij!;>- with the negotiations over the Anglo-German
colonial treaty. Prince Liclinowsky
remarks at the out*, t that the good
relations lie had established in Loudon had effected a noticeable improvement in Germany's relations
with Britain. Sir Edward Grey, the
llritish foreign minister, devoted
himself honestly to this rapprochement, says the prince, and his intentions to tliis end were especially
noticeable as regarded the colonial
trcaly and the llagilr.il railway.
In 1898, continues Prince Liclinowsky, t.'otini von Hatzfcldt-Wild-
enburg, the German minister to.
Great Britain; signed a secret agreement with tiie British government
dividing the Portuguese colonics ill
Africa into economic spheres of
interest between Germany and Great
Britain, insuring     the     inviolability
if the Portuguese
luring (lie    iulcn-
rltigal   financially
The agreement,
.���nt, did not clash
Portuguese treaty
ixtecnlli    century.
e    instigation   oi
v.ral,  Portuguese
'Britain,    a    new
:aty, thc so-cal-
was  signed    in
��� ���Ir! treaty,    the
Simply Place It. In Tha Mouth
Between Lower Lip and Gum,
Tliis is the way to get all the llavoi
and satisfaction out of every pincli of
Copenhagen Chewing Tobacco.
Your.ce, "Copenhagen" is madeot
the best, old, high flavored leaf tobacco,
Tlie snuff process���by which the leaf
tobacco is converted into tiny grains,
ami scientifically prepared ��� retains
all tlie good of the tobacco.
Those wlio are trying "Copenhagen'
for llie lirst lime, should remember in
use only a small quautity, and to place
the pinch in tlie mouth between the
lower lip and the gum, without any
attempt at chewing it
"It's the moit economical chew".
nnd independence
kingdom,    and di
tion to suppori   I
and economically.
therefore, lie points ���
with lhe old Anglo!
fjdating from tlie si-:
-Nevertheless, at llie
I the Marquis de Sov
-  minister to Great
��� Anglo-Portuguese tr
��� led   Windsor  treaty,
��� 189!), reinforcing the
��� prince sels forth.
i |    'I Ire    Anglo-German    negotiations,
which began before Prince Liclinowsky's arrival, were intended to secure the revision and improvement
of the trcaly of 1898, and, thanks to
the accommodating altitude of the
Jliili-rli government, Prince Licit:
nowsky says lie was able to give the
new treaty a form conforming to
German wishes and interests.
"Sir Edward Grey,'! continues
Prince Liclinowsky, "wished to show
us good-will, and also in the main
to further our colonial development,
while Gnat Britain also wished to
lead llic German development of
power from llic A'orlli Sea and Western Europe to the Atlantic and
Africa, 'We do uot grudge Germany
her colonial development,' a member
of llic cabinet said to me."
Prince Liclinowsky goes ou lo say
that the trcaly was practically in
readiness in 1913, but that "new difficulties arose to prevent ils signing,
and only a year laler, shortly before
the outbreak of tlie war, could I receive authority to conclude the
trcaly, It was, liow ever," hc adds,
"never signed."
".Sir Edward Grey would only sign
it on condition that    the treaty    be
published, together with the 1898 and
1899 treaties, England has no secret
treaties, and it was contrary to thej
existing principles to keep the treaty |
secret.   Sir Edward could    therefore
conclude no treaty  without publishing   it,   but    the   German    foreign
office,   where   my successes in London had created increasing distrust,!
stated that    ihe    publication    would r
jeopardize German interests   in   the [
colonies, where, moreover, tlie Portuguese would give us no more    concessions.    The treaty, which offered
us   exceptional    advantages,   consequently fell tlirougli.    This    was another war sacrifiec."
Engineering* Wonder
Suspension Bridge Built of Wire in
British Columbia Has
\\ lien the suspension bridge that
Indians of Hagiglct built across
the Bulkley Canyon in Northwestern
British Columbia recently collapsed
the world lost one of its engineering
wonders. Willi only tlie tools of thc
wilderness, with no knowledge of llie
laws of stress, vibration, tensile
strength and carrying load of various materials, llie red men succeeded
after two failures in throwing across
the canyon al a height of one hundred feet a suspension bridge one
hundred and forty-six feet long and
ten feci wide.
A little while before lhc first successful Atlantic cable was
laid an American telegraph
company conceived thc brilliant scheme of connecting North
America by wire with Europe. The
plan was lo run a line llirougli the
wilderness at the extreme end of
North America, then over lhc very
narrow strip of writer of Bering
Strait to land in Siberia. Thence the
wire would connect with all lire capitals of Europe. Thc company started work aud at immense expense carried a great deal of material into the
1 lie Canadian wilderness. While the
work was slill proceeding, however,
lhc unbelievable, happened; tlie Atlantic cable was successfully placed
across the bottom of lhc ocean. That
put an ciul to work on thc overland
project, and greal piles of wire wcrc
abandoned in the wilderness because
of the prohibitive cost of taking it
Tliis wire was llu- only while
mail's material lhat thc Indians Ol
Hagilget used in making llieir remarkable suspension bridge. Their
chief reliance was the timber from
the surrounding forests. No riail
was to lie found in ils entire length;
:the joints were made by dovetailing
and by burning holes llirougli the
logs   and   fastening    llicni     together
I with     strong     handmade     wooden
| spikes. .
i When lhc Klondike rush occurred
the bridge helped ninny gob! seekers
ovcr tbe difficult  canyon,  for it lav
| on the route that a great many men
.took going into the mines.
Ils collapse was owing to neglect,
j for,  although  several    requests    had
I been made for a grant to preserve it,
'nothing hail been done. Tliis neglect
is probably explained by the fact
that thc bridge was no longer nccd-
i d commercially, for not long ago
an English firm of bridge builders
Spanned the canyon with lhe latest
type of modern suspension bridge.
'ihc new- structure, one of the highest of its kind on the North American continent, is two hundred and
fifty feet above lhc river. It is four
hundred and fifty-one feet long and
nine feet wide, and is capable of sustaining a moving load of eighteen
thousand pounds. A photograph
shows lhc two bridges, a striking
contrast, now unfortunately lost    to
view forever.
More Freedom thc Cure
Sailors of Britain
Hostile to Germans
Minimize The Fire
Peril By Umg
Chemically Self-Extinguishing
"Silent 500s"
The Matches With "No
EDDY is the only Canadian
maker of these matches, every
stick of which has been treated
witli a chemical solution which
positively ensures the match
becoming dead wood once it
has been lighted and blown
Look for llie words "Chcml-
callv sclf-extlnguishlng" on the
Members of National Seamen's Union Have No Use for Pirates
The attiludc of British sailors with
regard to Germany's submarine campaign was shown by ,1. Havclock
Wilson, general secretary of the national seamen's union, wlio, speaking
al a meeting of sailors at Cardiff,
Wales, asked those who had been
torpedoed to stand up. Chic hundred
and seventeen men of thc 300 present arose Mr. Wilson then remarked! "Von men who arc standing have
had some experience with German
kultur, Arc you prepared to follow
tlie advice of some of our Labor
leaders and shake bands with the
pirates? All those who arc willing
to shake hands with the Germans
will remain standing."
Not one of llic 117 men remained
on llis feet.
To Encourage Yukon Coal Mines
An order in council has been passed suspending for a further period
of five years the collection of royalty on coal mines in the Yukon. This
step has been taken by the government because il is believed to be ill
the public interest that the mining
of coal 111 the Yukon should bc encouraged,
in the slot machine flags
car   and issues   a 5-c*'iit
���i   In
a    Kansas City suburban
Violence and Outrages Due to Ignorance of the People
If it wcrc possible that a people
liroiigbt up under an intolerant and
arbitrary system could subvert that
system without acts of cruelty and
folly, half the objections to despotic
power would be removed. Wc deplore the outrages which accompany
revolutions. Hut llic more violent
llic outrages, the more assured we
feel that a revolution was necessary.
The violence of these outrages will
always bc proportioned to the ferocity and ignorance of the people and
will bc proportioned to the oppression and degradation under wliicli
they have been compelled to live, ll
is the character of such revolutions
that wc always sec the worst of them
at first. Tili men have been sonic
time free, they know not liow to use
llieir freedom, The final nnd permanent fruits ol' liberty are wisdom,
moderation, and mercy, lis immediate effects an- often atrocious
crimes, conflicting errors, skepticism
ou points llie most clear, dogmatism
on points tin- most mysterious, li is
just at this crisis that its enemies
love lo exhibit il. Tliere is only one
cure for the evils wliicli newly-acquired freedom produces; and thai
cure is freedom. The reader who has
got thus far may be tempted to exclaim: "What twaddle!" But what
he has been reading was written by
Macaiilay in 18-'.'. W'e admit, however, thai it seems to havc its application to events in Russia in 1918.���
From lhe New York Evening Post.
Siam Will Send 500 Aviators
Frank Arnold, former minister at
Bangkok, reluming to New York,
says Siam will contribute 500 aviators with complete quota of airplanes
lo llic cause of the allies, lie says
the Siamese take naturally lo aviation, under instruction!
A Forecast
Our confident prediction is thai
the kaiser won't bc in a position
much longer to get his identity and
God's mixed up without making even
his own people laugh in a sad and
hollow way,���Columbus, (O.) State
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
It has a pleasing
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
work of Undermining national structure
There are three ways out of a
scrape���push out, back out, and keep
Collapse of Nation was the Logical Result of a Campaign that
Has lk-cn Going On An* Generations, According to Writers
Who Have Intimate Knowleuge of Conditions
It is a mistaken idea that the collapse of Russian resistance to Germany was a mailer oi a few nionllis.
For fifty years or more the Germans
have been undermining tlio national
structure m" Russia, ami only a miracle could have prevented what has
happened, ll was llic logical resull of
a campaign lhat lias been going on
for generations, and as we look back
ovcr tli.- events of recent years tt
seems thai the alliance between Kussia ami France was an artificial alliance, and lhal llie natural fate of the
Russian people was that of subserviency to Germany. Prussia knows
Russia better than -any other country
knows her. The French were strangers in the alliance, however honestly
Russian statesmen strove lo fulfill
tlie terms of the pact. There is a
common Russian saying, "'flu:
money comes from France, but the
brains come from Germany."
lu Russia v.c arc watching tlie last
act of the drama; we sec military
penetration following tlie peaceful
penetration that was going on even
before lhc birth of llie German empire. Attention is called to this fact
by K. Bcrcovici in the New York
Sun, who seems to know ,-isjnuch
about foreign affairs as his name implies, lie quotes from C. L. Schni-
zier, who wrote a history of Russia
in 18'7, in which bc says with simple Teutonic modesty: "Russia contains within her a nation of Germans, who iu all respects possess an
unquestioned superiority over tlie
Russians. -Am! it is from tlicm, tlie
Germans', that she draws tlie most
distinguished -of her statesmen, her
politicians and lier warriors. And
why is' it thai these are, comparatively speaking', so superior to her
Russian subjects? Precisely because
itS iiieri they were bom Germans;
their intelligence have been cultivated, havc been developed in thr*
more genial soil of a richer, a more
elevated, a more enlightened civilization."   i Hd kultur again.
liul there is tini li in tin- boasting,
and in the old saying about the
brains coming from Germany. Tlie
penetration of -Russia by Prussia
wliicli bas been going ou for generations with tin- approval, if not with
the suggestion, oi' ihc German government, has bad the tendency of
putting Russian business in llic hands
of Germans. 'I'hey have been tin-
lawyers, the professors, the "intellectuals" of the country, li is said tbat
iu lln: eyes of tlie ignorant Russian
peasant every German is ;t doctor,
and tliere is a slory lo lhe ell'ccl that
when the German doctor died in a
certain village iin- populace insisted
lhat Iiis German servant should carry on the business, and beat him until he consented lo do SO. The higher educational standards in Germany
enabled the German professional man
to outstrip their Russian competitors
and just a.s oilier counlries, against
their will perhaps, have become resigned lo see the banking business
largely in the hands of Jews, SO the
Russians have become accustomed
to seeing Germans controlling the
commerce of the country and becoming lenders ill other walks of life.
In Lithuania the richest tradesmen are Germans. The Baltic provinces have been thoroughly Germanized, and the aristocracy is almost wholly German. Poland, Finland and Cotirland acknowledged
German predominance long before
the evenis of llie past few months.
It is true, as lhc historian boasted,
that Russia has been indebted to
Germany for many of the men who
havc directed her public affairs. Russia's greatest oppressors���llulircn,
Pahlcn, Benckendorff, Ilcrg, von
Flehvc, Minn, Riman, Kaulbars and
Slcurnier havc been Germans; and al
the head of the Russian army have
been such Teutons as Stakelbcrgi
Stark, Stosscl,  Rcitncnkampf,   Grip-
pcnbeig and Grancr. In many cases
where tlie Germanic name of a particular Russian docs not explain his
pro-Germanism his affection for Germany was derived from a German
mother, or perhaps from a handsome
German bribe.
Germany bas always formed a
barrier between Russia and the. outside world. Wc have been obliged
to see Russia llirougli her eyes, and
her desire was lo show Russia to
llic worst advantage in order that
tin- Russians might drink in thc
belief that Germany alone understood and loved lier. The Jewish
massacres were approved by Germany witli this end in view. Germany had also the motive of particular hatred for lhe Jews because
they promised eventually lo open
the eyes of thc Russians to the fact
that lhcy were being exploited by
Germany, German agents wcrc also
active in promoting revolutionary uprisings and in any other enterprise
which would weaken the strength of
the nation, lower it in the estimation
of tlie outside world and make its
final downfall more certain. For
generations she continued to "bear"
the stock of the Rear in order that
at thc meeting of the creditors she
could buy in lhc bide at her own
figure She appears to have succeeded, although her present title is
none belter than that of a man who
buys properly at a tax sale.���Toronto Mail and Empire.
*  Smacked of Books
Tom���So you slolc a kiss from the
poetess.    How did you like it?
Dick���Miss Sonnet has a marked
literary taste.
At this time of the year people feel
weak, tired, listless, their blood is thin,
they have lived indoors and perhaps
expended all their mental and bodily
energy and they want to know how to
renew their energy and stamina, overcome headaches and backaches, have
clear eyes, a smooth, ruddy skin, and
feel the exhilaration of real good health
tingling thru their body. Good, pure,
rich, red blood is the beat iusuranca
against ills of ail kinds. Almost alt
diseases come from impure and impoverished blood. It. is to no noticed in tbs
pale or pimply face, the tired, haggard
appearance or- the listless manner.
Drink bot water a half hour before
meals, and for a vegetable tonic there's
nothing better than Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, tbe old-fashioned
herbal remedy, which has had sneh a
line reputation for fifty years. It contains no alcohol or narcotics. It is
made from Golden Seal root, Blood-
root, Oregon grape root, Queen's root,
Black Cherry bark, extracted witli glycerine and niadc into tablets and liquid.
Tablets II Ily cents at most drug stores.
In order to insure pure blood and to
bnild up the system try this tonic known
as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.   Get it now I
W.     N.     U.     120C "the   review,   IIBffiRife,   w.-  6.
Thi Petrliss Pirfaction Fenos
���iilei ��<rar stock ond ttarator when jrtnt pnfc ihom,  Tli.
��� tliHt nvtfo* ton for ��ll time.   Cnn't runt. n%u or Urvtxki
down. Bt��niU A��y weather,  ripen joint Motiroly held with tlio J
*     "       *���- ���.-ily galvanized, thu strongest mot.
fence t
_. ..loss .ock. ��H perU heAvlly sal
���ervioenhUi farm fsace nftde end fully
BIND FOR CATALOG of All M&di ol fractal fnr t��m>
ts, c-niutoriti, \\naa. p-.-tmry jrsrds. ofnamenlal fanciu; fetid gkt.S.
Winnipeg, Manitoba        HomlUon. OnUrio
In "Perfect Seal" Quart Jars
These are the finest
preserving jars made;
and hold 3 pounds of
"Crown Syrup". '
Your grocer also lias
"Grown Syrup" in 2,5,
10 and 20 pound tins.
Write for free Cook Book.
Manitoba Counts on Large Crop
The deputy minister ot agriculture
states, if ihc weather and farm supply arc satisfactory, Manitoba will
produce -1-,IH)0,000 bushels of wheat
this year. There will be 8,000,000
acres under cultivation and 7,000
farm laborers arc needed.
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
Kith LOCAL ApFLICAllONS, as they
.auuot reach the seat ot the disease. Catarrh
is a local disease, greatly influenced by con.
'titulionnl coinlitiotis, ami in order to cure it
. ou must . tike an internal remedy. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts
through the blood on the mucous surfaces
li the system. Hall's Catarrh Cute was . tc-
Imbed by one .-I the best physicians in this
country for years. It is composed ol some
Ol the best tonics known, combined with
Some ot the best blood purifiers. I'he perfect combination of the ingredients in Hall's
Catarrh Lure ts what produces such wonder*
lul results in catarrhal conditions. Send ior
testimonials, tree.
F. J.   CHENEY   &  CO.,  Props.,  Toledo-.  O.
All  I'russrsts,  75c
Hall's i-arrnly Pills for constipation.
A Sure Sign
"There's     a     somnambulist,"    re-i
marked the fuel dealer.
"How do you know?"
"Only a man who had been walk--
ing in his sleep for    a    long    time
Would ask mc if he could get a rc-1
duction iu the price of fuel by taking
a large quantity."-��� Washington Star.
False Impression Corrected
Lieut. MacNamara, the officer in
charge of recruiting for thc Royal
Flying Corps in Ihis district, has
written, asking us to correct the
false impressions held by many men
who conic under thc military service
act, that they must wait until they
havc becn drafted into a Depot Battalion before they can make application to join the Royal l-'lying Corps.
On the contrary a man" who is
liable to draft, shptijd make application at once, iii order that the necessary steps may bc taken for his immediate enlistment into the Royal
Flying Corps.
Further information may bc obtained from the nearest representative at 282 Main St., Winnipeg-.
No Rest With As-thma. Asthma
usually attacks at '-flight;' flic one
time when rest is needed most
Hence the loss of strength, thc nervous debility, lhc loss of llcsh and
other evils which must bc expected
unless relief is secured. Fortunately
relief is possible. Dr. J. I). Kcl
logg's Asthma Remedy has proved
its merit llirougli years of sen ice. A
trial will surely convince you.
f MM
Remembered Those Waists
I want a pair of button shoes for
my wifc.
Tliis way, sir. What kind do you
wish, sir?
Doesn't matter, just so tlicy don't
button in thc back.���People's Home
$1,000 REWARDJf
Make their work easier. They
are faithful friends and deserve thc best treatment.
" Use half as much as any other"
Lightens the load. The mica
forms a smooth, hard surface
on the spindles and the grease
keeps it there. Mica Grease
gives the effect of roller bearings and reduces unnecessary
Btrain on your team,.
" Lengthens leather life"
Is the best harness life insurance on the mr-rkct. It overcomes the worst enemies of
leather ��� water and dirt.
Lca%*es your harness soft, pliable and waterproof. A pure
mineral oil free from acids and
cannot injure thc leather.
Sold ln standard sized pack-tecs by live
dealers everywhete.
To any person    who    canfvft '.be
nired of Constipation by Dr. Damil
ton's Pills, the alfeve rcwar*L\vi!l
paid. *'     ;
No medicine gives such lasting Satisfaction or effects such marvellous
cures as Dr. Hamilton's -Pills. Relief instantly follows their.use- That
| blinding headache goes forever, .that
feverish feeling in the skin is soothed away, bilious fits ait*)*"sl"i*iiacli .disorders arc stopped.       '" '   ' '   ' "
Don't be nervous about using Dr.
Hamilton's    Pills:    they   arc    mild
I enough for a child lo use, yet certain and effective iu action in the
most chronic cases.    Get a 25c box
W.     N.     II.     1206
today;  Ihey bring and keep
good health.
Russian Crazy-Quilt Farms
Peasants Always Claimed the  Land
As Their Own
Russian life has always been patriarchal, and the villagers live as onc
great family. The idea of the undivided ownership of land tlates back
almost a thousand years. Even when
lield as serfs, lhc peasants always
claimed lhc land as their own. "We
arc yours," they said, "but Ihc land
is ours." When the peasants were
freed, sections of laud were given to
each village. Tliis is parceled out lo
the various families every few years
by the village elders. If the land is
of unequal fertility, each family is
given au allotment of both the best
and the poorest soil, iu the effort
lo administer absolute impartiality.
As a result the land i.s frequently divided into very narrow strips. Tlicy
may be as wide as fifty yards, but I
have seen many not more than three
yards wide.
One Way to Figure
Dauber���I got more llian    I    expected for my last picture.
Friend���Why, I tlioughl you landlord agreed to lake it in lieu of next
month's rent.
Dauber���Yes, but he "raised my
Figures of Speech
"In your sermon this morn
spoke of a  baby as a 'new v
thc ocean of life,'" said lhe
warden, who had recently.bc
faVller, to the vicar in lhe vc
"1 did," agreed the vicar.
n poetic figure of speech."
"Don't you think 'a frcsl
would have hit the mark 1
ltoshm Transcript.
ing you
ave on
i-oiue a
"It was
The Passing of Winter Leaves People Weak and Depressed
i-vAs '(jw.ivjjct* passes away it leaves
many people feeling weak, depressed
and easily tired. The body lacks
that vital force and energy which
pure blood alone can give.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Tale
People are an all-year-round blood
builder and nerve tonic, but they
arc especially useful in thc spring,
livery dose helps to make new, rich,
red blood. Returning strength commences with llieir use and llic vigor
and cheerfulness of good hcallh
quickly follows.
Tliere is just one cure for lack of
blood and lhat is more blood. Food
is thc material from wliicli blood is
made, but Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
double the value of the food wc
eat. They give strength, lone up the
stomach and weak digestion, clear
the complexion of pimples, eruptions and boils, and drive out rheumatic poisons.
If you arc pale and sallow, if you
feel continually tired out, breathless
after slight exertion, if you have
headaches or backaches, if you are
irritable and nervous, if your joints
ache, if your appetite fails and food
docs not nourish nor sleep refresh
you, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will
make yotl well and strong. To build
up thc blood is the special purpose
of Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills, and that
is why lhcy arc the best spring
medicine. If you feel the need of a
tonic at this season give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a fair trial and you
will rejoice in new health, new
strength and new energy. Do not lct
the trying weather of slimmer find
you weak and ailing. Build yourself
up now with Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills���the pills that strengthen.
Ask for Dr. Williams' rink Tills
for Pale People and do not be persuaded to lake something else. If
your dealer docs not keep these Pills
they will be sent by mail, post paid,
at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
$2.50 by writing Thc Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Out.
Do You Know That
Corn flour and rice flour can bc
used to thicken gravies?
Hominy is good lo cat as a vegetable?
Barley flour cakes arc very good?
Buckwheat can be used to make
muffins as well as griddle cakes?
Keep   Minard's   Liniment   in    the
Japanese in Canada's Army
Two Hundred of Them Were Draft-
.  ed Into Various. Canadian
Those who arc'influenced'!)}' what
probably is a secret propaganda of
tlie Germans to distrust our gallant
ally Japan, might well turn their
... eyes to the Canadian overseas forces
Iw. if9r.au answer. When lhc war started., Ihc Japanese in Vancouver and
vicinity immediately commenced the
formation of a Japanese battalion lo
offer Canada. Two hundred of them
wero drafted into various Canadian
.units which went across tbe sea. One
was awarded thc Victoria Cross after his death for distinguished bravery. Others have been awarded various decorations on the field of battle. Their honor roll up lo now
consists of forty-five killed in action
witli numbers of others returned
home unfit. for further duty. The
Japanese were more loyal to their
alliance than Canada had been cordial to them.���Montreal Herald.
YOU should have at least $2,500 of Life s
Insurance. Write to-day for pamphlet of =
the new Excelsior =
(Agents Wanted In Unrepresented Districts) =
Let Coal Pay for Tunnel
It lias been proposed to construct
a railway tunnel under the l-'irlh of
Forth, Scotland, paralleling the famous bridge now spanning that body
of water, and lo pay for the tunnel
by making it largely a coal mining
proposition. Mining engineers point
out that coal is now being mined on
both sides of lhc firth from the same
seams and lhat much of lhis excavating is done under water. At litis
point the estuary is only about two
miles wide and it is contended that
a continuous passage could be made
beneath it by properly co-ordinating
the mining operation. In this way,
what would otherwise probably
prove too costly an improvement,
could bc made with profit.���From
i'optilar Mechanics Magazine.
Know Them by the
Friends They Make
Dame Clement Collin Tells Why She
Recommends Them to Her
Friends���How They Have Made
Their Reputation
Brcche A Manon, Que, (Special)
���Among the many friends
Dodd's Kidney Pills have made in
this part of Quebec is Dame Clement
Collin, a well-known resident of this
place. "I received great relief from
Dodd's Kidney Pills," is the reason
she gives for always recommending
Dodd's Kidney Pills to Iter friends,
and she adds that a great deal of her
health and vigor is due to the help
she got from the great Canadian
kidney remedy.
Dodd's Kidney Pills hold their
popularity not because of thc promises tlicy make, but because of lhc
good tlicy do. They are no cure-all.
Tlicy are purely and simply a kidney remedy. The reason tlicy arc
credited with' cures of rheumatism,
heart disease, dropsy, etc., is because all these diseases arc caused
by sick kidneys. Cure the kidneys,
and lhc cause of the disease is removed.
Dodd's Kidney Pi'ls have made
llieir reputation as a kidney remedy
by thc cures they have made. Ask
your friends about them.
the war Zam-Buk relieves th*
burning and Irritation ot eczema,"
writes Miss A. Gallant, ot St.
Nicholas, V.E.I. "For a, year I
suffered with this disease, and tried
all kin-la tt remedies, but nothing
helped -nt until I used Zam-Buk.
Ths eoulnued use ot this herbal
balm has completely cured me,
"Although it Is now two years
since this cure was effected, there
bas been no return of the disease."
ZamBult Is equally good for
ringworm, scalp sores, pimples,
bolls, teething rash, "barber's
rash," ulcers, old sores, abscesses,
bad legs, blood-poisoning, piles,
outs, burns, scalds and bruises. All
dealers er Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
SOc box, I tor 11.25.
A Real Sprouter
So you lost out on that oil speculation? Why, I thought the broker
told you they had a gusher?
So hc did, but he must have referred to the man who wrote lhc
I cured a horse    of    the    Mange
I cured a horse, badly torn   by a
pitch  fork, with MINARD'S LINIMENT.       -        " V
St. Peter's* C.B.     EtyW. LINLIEF.
I cured a horse of'a bad swelling
r.atliurst, N.B.   THOS. W. PAYNE.
Man's Steady Progress
Men no longer scratch matches on
their trousers, because it leaves a
mark. It will occur to the men some
day that matches will do the same
thing lo a wall.
The Oil of Power���It is not claimed for Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil that
it will cure every ill, but its uses arc
so various that it may bc looked upon as a general pain killer. It has
achieved that greatness for itself and
all attempts lo surpass it have failed.
Its excellence is known to all who
have tested its virtues and learnt by
France Wins Admiration
Every day that passes adds to
American admiration for France.
flolo's deatli sentence stands. Perhaps after wc have suffered as
France has suffered wc shall
bc brave enough to deal wilhour own
Bolos and P.oloists as France docs
with hers. But what a pity we cannot learn by other's experience I
What a pity we do not put our
Bolos and our Boloists out of business before they tlo us harm!���New-
York Herald.
Ask for Minard's and Take no Other.
Getting It Right
Wiggins entertains a good opinion
of himself.
No, replied Miss Cayenne; his
good opinion of himself entertains
Mr. Wiggins.���Washington Star.
Every man is said to have his
price���but the great trouble is that
nobody knows the private mark but
A Cure for
,    Bad Breath
| "Bad breath i�� a iign of decayed
teeth, foul "stomach or unclean
bowel." If your teeth are good,
look to your digestive organs at
once. Get Seal's CsralivtSyrnp
at draggitta. IS to 30 dropi
after meaU, clean up your food
pauaga and stop the bad breath
odor. SOc and $1.00 Bottle*.
Do not buy subititutei. Get
the genuine. 6
b no more nec-nrar
than Smallpox, him,
erpe-l-nce bu demonstrates
the almost miraculous efficacy, anilliarralessn-js.of Antityphoid V-_-___o_.
BeTacctnattdNOW br rour phyiUrlao, T<w tn*
youi family. It li more -Hal thin bouse Insurance.
Ask your physician, dro__lst, oi send tot Han
you had Typhoid!" telling ol Typhoid ""_t-'-e.
rssulta lr__ ua , ind danger fron Typhoid Carriers,
������HUClae ���uciall ��� siauna Haul ll. I. u>. -Caaia
Used iaFreSH.il
"oapiula with
treat iw��ii_cu��i-j____.-_c wuikess. lost -100a
nu. uoku. haMM. Jitaaat aLooo roi����.
*-*-.__. il._It �������� diii-ohto t��-AIL li. rost 4 cri
rouoia. <_>��>. Mia-__ ��r. Raw roaa w Lr-a�� aan*
r.��-QVT.f|-uir Atrius jou^qsmvim* ������
I loot to Dn. Ll Cuea��
urfYup. Lowdos, in j.
^ Itl   SAWS AND
Weed's Phospho&iat.
Todm *nd lorlio/ttet tb�� who,
������rrouf *r*t*m, makei mw Bloc
i��   old Veioi,   Cures  Hervo*
���^���' Tpli-M���! IB    om    *��-__��.    IWTI    _"��CT
Debility'Mental and Brain Worry, Le,
deney. Lost *f Knergy, Palpitation o.
pi-art, Fattlne- tfitntry.  Frit* 11 par Imi. a*r|
IS." OM*-fi_lbtaaa-r,ii_w_l-TUit.  Boldbyall
:_���**��� orinailtdia plala pkg. on recti nl of
(hm-ti Wlaa__.
The SobHfV?ia��6 u tie
Action.   Insist on the
Otto Rigij & Action
Up-to-Date. .Bill..
"Vou scc, thc trouble rtltotiT'Bill is
that 'e's alius afore the time*-."
"Wot's 'c done?"
"Well, 'c went away to look for
work, an' 'c found there's a strike
on. So 'c joins the strikers afore 'e
got thc job."���Punch,
One of lhc commonest complaints
of infants is worms, and thc most
effective application for them is
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.
A "Close Call
Ifc had .Ki.u^JsJIaji' anil_.a pensive
look. He tvri>^*.*'a��'.poem, entitled,
"Why Do .j- kiVJ}" * Hc;-s1gr**cd it
"Charles.'AnlMny,'"-anti sent 'it; to a
magazine, .The editor wrote him as
follows: ' '^^^frtafaM^T'-a^t -���"�� -
'My Dear. ."Cliafje^jj^ithonvj Tlie
ison why' yotr.Jifc^jPb^stHis-- 'fr,-,-.
sent lhc poem by/ji&ST instead of
bringing it ' persofiall^' ��� Halifax
Marvelous Story of Woman's
Change from Weakness
to Strength by Taking
Druggist's Advice.
Peru, Ind.���" I suffered from a displacement with backache and dragging
down pains so
.badly that at times
I could not be on
my feet and it did
not seem as though
jgZl could stand it. I
^tried different
^medicines without
any benefit and
several doctors
told me nothing
but an operation
would do me any
good. My druggist told me of
,, Lydia E. Pink-
II ham's Vegetable
' Compound. I took
it with the result
, , . that I am now well
\ \ ""H and strong. 1 get
up in the morning at four o'clock, do my
housework,thengotoafactory and work
all day, come home and get supper anil
fee! good. I don't know how m��ny of
my friends I have told what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound haa
done for me. "���Mrs. ANNA ^IETERUNO,
SG West 10th St, Peru, Ind.
Women who suffer from any such ailments should not fail to try this famoua
root and herb remedy, Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, THE COURTENAY ElfflW
e.'.^ /*$/,&��-''I*-''} g
e.,f \..-f   ,*"���   t .-'   ,*,'W ���.
ii SNUFF "^
It is maniifrtrtiircd
tobacco in its jrurcst
Il has a pleasing
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
The oven in the
Kootenay Range is stir-
founded by an envelope
of heat which is at every
���tea-rent under your instantaneous control.
With the Kootenay
Range the heat control
is so easy and accurate
jpoucanuseall thc heat
from your fuel without
For Sale by
C H. Tarbell & Son
St. John,.N.B.
I _* j
Replace Your Buggy
With a Ford
MORE than 100,000 Fordsare owned by people
in Canada in preference to the old notse-
drawn buggy and other makes of cars.
Your neighbors, and farmers in every section of
the Dominion are abandoning their old buggies-
selling their driving horses and buying Fords.
Ford cars are utility cars. They are built to
endure the strain of constant daily use over rough
These are the tests every farmer gives his car.
The Ford meets them in a satisfactory manner.
It is the farmer's car, so why not replace your
horse and buggy with a Ford?
Runabout - $575
Touring - - $595
Coupe     - - $770
Sedan - - - $970
Chassis   - - $535
One-ton Truck $750
__r . ___ _- -ia a-_   >: ��� . .    ������.' *_
Dealer, Courtenay
ii.Si.    t**J�� ;*.. U-.-.-I
Courtenay Electric Light
' j * III-; City i.i Courtenny is offering (or
JL sale thu itnrtolil balance '.I tin- above
debentures  amountl'ii**   to    $10,000.00,
T.liese debentures ure in denominations
i i   ll 0.00 oncb ami bear interest  at the
rate ul' 6 per cent,   per iiiiiini,   pnpublc
hall yearly,   The debentures are repayable.on the 30tll day ol May, 1937. '
They nre offered at 90 cents on the
dollar nml accrued interest.   This offers
n splendid  opportunity to any  person
who has any amount (rom   $100.00 up. I
wards to invest saute iu nn absolutely j
secure investment nt n fair rate o( interest. |
1    For further particulars apply nt the
City Hall.
I City Clerk
Ea. '���'
'*_���_*!___ ttfvi*^ "'-'' "'i* '���'__"
Mr Edison's
''One of the most effective ways to
make up the sugar shortage is to',
grow sugar beets ln the home gar
den/'asserts Prof. P. G. Holden, world!
famous agrlculurallst. "Sugar belets I
can be grown pretty generally ln all,
of this country. There are few more
profitable or Important crops at the
present time.
"A small plot of ground In the back
lot will grow enough beets to provide
an average family with sugar aud syrup for a whole year. The percentage
of sugar ln beets is surprisingly large
and any housewife, boy or girl can
exract the sugar with little trouble
and with such utensils as are found ln
every home.
"Soak the beets ln cold water to
make them crisp and brittle. Remove
the dirt. Peel and cut off the crown
slice the beets thin or grate them. Put
in real hot water, not boiling, and let
stand about thirty minutes then strain
oft teh water through a cheesecloth,
and boil the llpuld to a proper consistency for syrup. While this boiling
is taking place, constantly removve
the scum which rises to the top.
"This syrup should be canned or
bottled while hot, tightly sealed and
corked to prevent moulding. If made
for sugar let it stand in an open vessel. Fifty pounds oftVeets will make:
about a gallon of syrup.
Sugar beets are sown and cultivated like the ordinary.garden beet, raised by gardeners. They require no
more care or attention.
I Department   of   Agriculture      Vic-
I    torla,  B.C.,  Mayl9, * 1918.
| By mutual arrangement between
the Dominion  Census  and  statistics
I office, and the British Columbia department of Agriculture, for the col-
I lection of agricultural statistics, card
\ schedules calling for a return of crop
areas and live stock on farms as on
June 15th 1918, are being mailed to
all farmers whose names appear as
such on the Provincial voters lists, as
revised in 1917.
i Last year the Provinces of Quebec
Saskatchewan, Alberta and British
Columbia adopted this plan wit"i such
success that this year all the other
provinces ln the Dominion havve cooperated.
In appealing to farmers for their
hearty co-operation, by filling in and
returning the cards sent out It Is unnecessary to point out the extreme
shortage of food products in our allied countries as aresult of the present war, but it is desired to emphasize the importance of the Oovvern-
ments having as accurate knowledge
of conditions and supply as possible,
in order to accomplish proper distribution. Compiled results will guide
farmers in marketing their products
and making future arrangements.
The satisfactory response from farmers in 1807, when 4C per cent, of the
farms in this province were reported
upon, was perhaps due in no small
measure to the spirit of patriotism
applied in a practical sense. It is
hoped that this same spirit will be
even more manifest ln June 1918, and
i when every   farmer in 1he Province
I will send In a report.
|    Your individual    return is impera-^
, tive towards the most reliable results, |
I and the sucess of the system now
adopted. It is by far the most eco-
nomlal plan and one which can be
used every year.
I Falling in such a plan where the
farmers' co-operation Is necessary, in
order that the collection of statistics
bo continued, the Dominion would
then require to resort to a census ns
taken by personal vUlt, but which
would at. the present time cost over
.$1,250,000. This would at.once prove
unpopular with om- tax payers, ami
would he un unnecessary drain on the
public funds.
j Fanners are assured that, their, individual reports will be I rented ns
strictly confidential nnd will  not in
I nny slinpe or manner   he   used ns n
lmsis  f"r  taxation or oilier liability.
'������iv Iota's will be published.
'"hose ...ru Si'fl v.hose names do noi
Until you have heard the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can have uo couceptiou 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 iudestructable and play
for a full five minutes each
Write us now for futther particulars of this new invention
which actually RECREATES music
Cumberland, B. G, Nanaimo, B. C
Doe* Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.   Our prices are Right, and
Our Service is Unexcelled
We're goingvto tell ypjusomething about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
To Electric Light Consumers
NOTICB is hereby given that ill ten
ant consumers of electricity are required to deposit with the City on or before tbe 30th day of April tht sum of
Three Dollars under and by virtue of
the following clause in By-Law No. 28,
being "The Electric Light and Power
By-Law, 1917."
"IS.   The Corporation reserves
the right to demand and receive
a deposit of a sum equivalent to
the Corporation's estimate of the
monthly consumption of electrical energy by tlie intended consumer belore supplying the premises until all  nrrenrs due  for
electrical energy supplied to such
premises have been paid ''
Notice is also given that no bills for
electricity will be allowed to run (or a
longer period'timn 60 days,  after which
service will be disconnected.
Dated at Courtenay this 18th day of
April 1918.
w. A. W. HAMES,
City Clerk.
appear on the Provllneial Voters' List
as such and therefore, have not received a card shedule, may obtain one
as well as a return cnvvclope, from
their postmaster or the secretary of
of the Farmers Institute.
A repori Is desired from every farmer who is ralslnb crops or livestock
whether owner, tenant or operator on
(.l-i ii t*gg
Wore than one report, from one
farm should be avoided as far as possible.
Acting Minister of Agriculture
Ice Cream.
Cigars,.      >
Barrister and Solicitor,  Notary
Phone 6 Courtenay
General Blacksmiths
Beg to announce that they are prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at moderat
Horseshoeing a  Specialty
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal
Courtenay and Oun.berland.


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