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 List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE  REVIEW
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VOL. 1
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1913
NO. 24
Don't Wait
Only a few Lots left in  Terminal
Sub-division.
Your last cnance to get a lot in a
cleared field at bed-rock prices.
Drop us a card and we will call and
show you plans.
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Courtenay HoBsetaishing Stores
for
Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Cupboards,
Kitchen   Cabinets, Kitchen   Chairs
and Stoves or Ranges
Bedroom  Furniture
Dressers, Wash Stand, Chiffouieres,
Brass aud White Enamel Iron Beds
in all sizes and styles
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
AUCTION SALE
AT
Creech's Livery Stable
ON
Saturday, May 10,   1913
Ladies
Don't miss this sale of Household Furniture, Au unequalled
��� opportunity to buy absolutely new furniture at a low price .
Farmers
We will have a big list of Farm Implements and Machinery.
Have lust received instructions from the Estate of the late
James Cairns, Esq., to sell Manure Spreader, Seeder, Steam
Pump and Engine, Hay Cutter and a number of other articles
Good on view at Creech's Barn the day of Sale
CAMERON   ALLAN
Courtenay
Auctioneers
LOCAL LINES
Angus Beaton returned home on
Sunday.
Mrs. Towler, Miss Towler and
Mr. Fred Towler arrived on Sunday's boat from Minnesota and are
visiting Mr. Bruce Towler.
Local view post cards at Peacey's
Drug Store.
.Swan's ice cream parlors are
now open. Fresh ice cream served
daily
For vSale��� Young pigs, 7 weeks
old. $5 each. Aitken, Upper
Road.   Sandwick.
Wanted���Yonng man desires
room aud board in private family.
Apply box 3, Review office.
For Sale���Fresh milking cows.
Apply Edward Evev Clayton, Parkins Farm, Sandwick P. O.
When you want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
For Sale���Gasoline launch, 16ft
long, 5ft beam, 2 h.p. engine. Apply j. Johnston, Courtenay hotel.
Book keeping and auditing,
monthly accounts made up. Terms
moderate.  Apply. T. A. E. Daniel.
A Snap���5-Acre Block, partly
cleared, 1-: mile from No. 8 shaft,
$1000, easy terms. Apply, Hardy
& Biscoe.
For Sale ��� White Wyandotte
Eggs, 5c per egg or $4.00 per hundred. Apply, Chas. H. Pigott,
Lazo P. O.
White Wyandotte eggs for sale���
$1 per setting ; also a few at $1.50
per setting. Apply E. A. Mitchell,
Sandwick P. O.
Lost���Large white sow���particulars as to whereabouts will be thankfully received by Geo. F. Russell,
Lake Trail, Courtenay.
Any one having baseball suits
belonging to the Courtenay Baseball
Club will kindly return them to
F. Faber at the Restmore, grill, at
once.
For Sale���Automobile, 30 h. p.
E. M. F. In use one year and a
half. Has run six thousand miles.
Apply, J.'R. Johnston, Courtenay
Hotel.
For sale���Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock and brown Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Apply Herbert
Shoplaud, Sandwick P. 0., Phone
R90.
If you have anything to be sold
by auction, see Cameron and Aallan
*��nd get it listed in their sale which
will be held in Courtenay on Saturday May 10th.
For best clean river sand and
gravel for plastering, cement and
concrete wash, delivered at reasonable rates. Apply R U. Hurford,
Sandwick, P. 0.
The pure bred imported Perch-
eron stallion "Besigne," owned by
the Comox Horse Breeders Assn.,
will stand for the season at the
barn of Mr. J. Milligan, lower road.
���For Sale���Seed potatoes early
and late. Good croppers, same
that helped to get the cup at New
York for British Columbia. "Vpplv
T. C. Woods, Saudwick P. O,
Phone R q6.
To Letr- 3 roomed house at
Grantham, 6 miles from Courtenay, ou Island Highway, school-
house one mile, camp 4 one mile and
a half, or would sell with acreage.
I. B. Bailey, Grantham.
Just arrived at WiHard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesjey Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
Auto For Hire
Phone 26
Batteries and Accessories Kept in Stock
Courtenay Auto Livery
GliORGE \V.WIM,AAD
Get your flower and garden
seeds at Peacey's Drug Sore.
Sam Watson is spending a few
days iu Cumberland.
Bob Bailey left tor Douglas,
Alaska, on Sunday.
Mrs. J. W. McKenzie arrived
home on Friday evening
Mr. Wilkie, of the Island Realty
staff is visiting friends in Nanaimo.
N. H. Boden isat Vancouver aud
other places this week on business.
Mr. Scoville, of the Acadia Trust
Co., left for Vancouver on Tuesday.
O. H. Fechner left on Sunday
for Vancouver. He is thinking of
buying a flying machine next.
Messrs. Hardy & Biscoe have
opened an office at Campbell River.
Capt. H. B. Mogg will be in
charge.
Gamewarden Dawley informs us
that all owners of guns must take
out a license before hunting, or run
the risk of having your gun confiscated and at the same time run
the risk of being fiined.
Mr. Berkley has gone to Powell
. Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McPee are in
Vancouver this week.,
Mr. J. R. Knight of Campbell
River was a visitor in town this
week.
It is reported that there will be
a horse race on the Comox road
this (Thursday) afternoon.
Mr. McKenzie of Cumberland, is
visiting his two sons James aud
Fred McKenzie.
Born -At Camp 1, to Mr. and
j Mrs. Thomas Taime, on Tuesday
I May 6ht, a daughter.
It is repotted that one of our
young ladies is going in for animal
training. On Sunday, however,
the animal was boss.
The funeral of the late Joseph
McGee took place on Sunday after-
' noon and was largely attended by
his fellow-workmen.
J. H. Parker who is stopping at
the Restmore Grill, took out a fishing license this nreek, and is busy
enjoying the sport of the Courtenay.
PARKSVILLE
(Nanoose District)
FARM LANDS AND WATERFRONT
Twenty Acre Blocks of Bush bands at $40 per acre;   13  Cash;   Balance,
in 5 Annual Payments, witli Interest at 7 per cent]
Write or call on us for information
Hickey & Thwaites
PARKSVILLE, B. C.
Hardy & Biscoe
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
A Large Listing of Cleared and
Bush Lands, Ranches, Bungalows and Town Lots
Union St.        Courtenay, B. C.
BEADNELL & CALLIN
Real Estate, Financial
and Insurance Agents
SOLE LOCAL AGENTS FOR
E. & N. Railway Lands
Station Subdivision, Courtenay
REPRESENTING
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Norwich Union Assurance Co.
London Assurance Corporation
Phoenix Assurance Company
Gresham Life Assurance Company
Canadian Railway Accident Co.
NOTARY PUBLIC
P. 0. Box 209 Telephone 24
Courtenay - and <��� Comox, B. C. The Royal Bank of Canada
COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $i   a-.d Upwards  Received  and Interest
lowed at Current Rates
DRAFTS ISSUED
on All the Principal Towns in  Canada,  the  United
States and Europe
R. H. HARDWICKE    -    -   MANAGER
Campbell's
The Courtenay Review ] LAZO
General Store
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly   Newspaper,   Published   at
Courtenay, II. C.
N. H. BODEN, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription ?1 60 per Year in Advance
THITHHDAY, MAY -, 1918
Notes and Comments
������
We are informed that we were in
error last week, when we sajd that
the only persons opposing incorporation were tbe water company pro-
motors. It appears that there are
a number of others
Another coroner should be appointed for the Comox Valley.
While there is probably not more
work than one man can attend to,
he cannot always be one the job,
as witness the case last week, when
it took six days to find a coroner.
It is rumoured that another one
of theibest farms in the Comox
Valley is about to be leased to the
Japanese, This practice is most'
unfair to the whites. These fellows
offer to pay more rent than a white
man can aflord, and under-sell him
in all the markets. This is especially in the milk business, a case
having been brought to our attention recently, where the Japs cut
the rate 3 or 4 cents per gallon, and
the "white" customer fell for it.
The Hoard of Trade, of Courtenay has not been organized a moment to soon if any, to fight the
question of the acquisition of land
by Orientals, The matter was
brought up at the meeting on
Thursday last when a prominent
Real Estate Agent stated that he
would not sell to them at any price.
If the other Real Kstate men are
prepared to act likewise, private
owners, if they respect the British
Flag, may join the forces before it
is too late. A witness before the
Royal Commission on Agriculture
stated that no Furopeans are allowed to hold land in Japan, so that it
is not unreasonable for us to prevent
the Japanese from holding land iu
Cauada,
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Killed On Track
[pOn Friday morning the body of
a man, named Sutherland, was
found on the track about a mile
from Courtenay, he had apparently
been struck by the engine, which
came down for Dr.1 Millard in the
night, near Fechner's barn and
dragged fur* that distance', His
clothing had been torn off him: his
We Invite Your Inspection of Our
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
Groceries
Hardware
New Goods Coming in on 2$very Uo.it
Trices ns Low as the Lowest
DRESS GOODS
The Feature this Season in
Dress Goods is Ratine Suiting. This, although of a
loosely woven character, is
extra fine. Very stylish in
appearance when made up.
They come in ; M the leading
shades, 54 inches in width.
Prices from $1.50 to $3 yard.
WHIPCORDS
Another Suiting that will be
widely worn This Season is
Whipcord. This fabric is of
good weight with nice bright
finish. We have a fine range
of these in all shades. Width
54 inches.   Price $2.00 yard.
Chas. H. Pigott
LAZO, P. O.
SPECIALTIES IN
WHITEWEAR
his head was crushed, and nearly
every bone in his body was crushed,
there was nothing on him to identify him, but he was known to have
been around town drinking the day
before, his watch and a sum of
mor.ey were picked up along the
track. It is supposed that he
climbed onto the cowcatcher, to
have a ride uptto the camp aud fell
off. Constable Haunay endeavoured to find Coroner Abrams. but he
was at Victoria, and the remains
had to lie untouched in the undertaking morgue untill his return on
Tuesday, before permission could
be received to either hold an inquest or to have the body buried.
THE INQUEST
The inquest on the body of James
Sutherland who was killed on the
track of the Comox Logging and
Railway Co., was held on Tuesday
afternoon May 6th, before Coroner
Adams. The following Jury were
summoned:��� Messrs, Fitzgerald,
Creech, McKean, Jones, McKenzie
and Calfin, and evidence was given i
by Dr. Millard, Mr. J. Sutton and j
cotistable Haunay, after consider-1
ing the evidence the Jury found
that the deceased met his death on
the track of the Comox Logging
and Railway Co., on the morning
of May 2nd 1913, while under the
influence of liquor, and as a rider to
their verdict the\ added that Courtenay needed a jail. We think the
Jury acted wisely in adding the
rider to their verdict and it is quite
evident that if there had been a
lockup in town, the deceased man
would have been safely loged there
for the night instead of roaming
around to meet with such a frightful end,
ONE PIECE DRESSES
Ladies One Piece Dresses in
Marquisette and Mull, suitable for evening wear. Sizes
34, 36, 38 and 40. Prices,
$3.75 to $12.00
WAISTS
Ladies Muslin and Tailored
Shirtwaists   from   $1.75    to
$3.50
HOUSE DRESSES
Ladies House   Dresses   and
Wrappers.   A large variety
in different designs to choose
from.    Prices, $175 to $3.50.
PRINTS, DUCKS AND
FANCY VESTINGS
ROYSTON
New Townsite, Comox Harbor
With its snowclad mountains in the background, sea and green
fields in the foreground it makes a picture worth painting
Watch It Grow
have lots and acreage for sale.
Don't delay seeing*
British Columbia Investments
LIMITED
Vancouver Island Farms and Acreage Specialists
TELEPHONE 36
COURTENAY, V. I., B. C.
WASH GOODS
Exclusive patterns in Broid-
ered   Champagne,    Zephyrs
and  Muslins,  from   15c.   to
35c. per yard
This Season's Linoleums, Carpets and Rugs just in.  Latest
Colorings and Patterns
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We invite your inspection, to our new
arrivals of men's
fancy shirts, iu all the
latest styles ana
shades
Men's cotton, light
woollen, silk, merimo
and union underwear
See our new coatless
suspenders
Still to the front in
tailored suits, manu
al   factured by the Art Tailoring Co.,
I Limited, of Toronto
LOGGIE BROS.
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CRUSHED OATS
500 Sacks of Crushed Oats and a boat load of Hay
will arrive this week
A-  B-  CRAWFOKD
Phone F 81 Courtenay
I The Catch of The Season
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Is to be found at
THE CORNER STORE, SANDWICK
GREAT DISPLAY OF
Boots and Shoes, All New Stock.        China an Earthenware,
large purchase. Overalls, Underwear, etc., just arrived.
Enamelware. special offer
This Week's Specials
Seeded Raisins, 3 pkgs (or 25c. Post Toasties, 3 pks (or 25c.
Lime Juice, sweetened or unsweetened, 35c.
Parkin Bros.       Phone 4
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Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
Wedding and other cards nicely
printed at the Review office.
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton.
Have a photo of your residence
taken by the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Prices moderate
Mr. and Mrs. May and Miss May
arrived on Friday from the Old
Country and are staying at Dr.
Cromptons.
Mr. Atkin's bakery is now in full
swing, aud anyone wishing to leave
orders for bread or cakes may do
so at the bakery, next to Miss
Smith's millinery store.
Messrs. Hardy & Biscoe will
hold an Auction Sale, of household
furniture and live stock, for Mr.
Peter Grief, of Fanny Bay, on
May 14th.
The Matsqui tied up at McPhee's
new wharf on Monday with a large
cargo of hay for Mcl'hee & Morrison. Another boat load is expected
in a few days.
Robert Thompson, who has been
assistant to Mr. WilmshurstJ here
for some time, has been appointed
to superintend the road building at
Campbell River.
Last Thursday afternoon was a
very quite one in Courtenay, everybody busy at Cumberland, when
The Union Miners held a very successful program of sports.
Messrs. Hardy & Biscoe's real
estate office was moved onto one of
Mr. Perez's lots, opposite the Riverside Hotel, on Friday last.
On Tuesday evening a very successful 'dance was held in the opera
house by Mr, George Kidson. A
large number of young people attended and enjoyed themselves im-
mensley.
The postponed inquest into the
death of James McGee, who had
his back broken while working at
Camp 4, will be held this (Thursday) afternoon, at the Cumberland
Court House.
Messrs. Cameron & Allan will
hold an auction sale at Creech's
barn, Courtenay, ou Saturday, May
10th at 2 p, 111. They have a large
consignment of bedroom and other
household furniture, all new. Some
horses, cattle and farm implements,
the property of various owners,
On Friday afternoon Constable
Haunay was given quite a tustle in
arresting 3 Indian bucks and a
squaw for being drunk. They were
taken to Cumberland where the
magistrate found them guilty and
levied a fine of $5 each.
Joseph Annand, on Monday, was
fined $25,00 and costs for shooting
one blue grouse out of season, and
$ 10.00 and costs for shooting a
pump gun without first blocking it,
and the gun was confiscated. Reid
Goode was also fined $10 and costs
for hunting with a gun without a
license. . I.
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. I.L.D., D.C.I... President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Manager
Anielant General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the
Bank's business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.       8.4
W. T. WHITE, IVI.-iifgcr, Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland Brancl.es
Comox li audi open on Tuesday, from lo to 3
Comox Co-Operative Socie'ty
Butchers
We take pleasure in accomodating
our customers to the extent of our
ability. Wc therefore solicit your
custom and prampt payment of
accounts when due, as our profits
aie small. Thanking all our customers for past and continued
favours
Union Street
Courtenay
Local Lines
5|Hardv & Biscoe arc instructed
by the successors of the late A. B.
Crawford to sell by public auction
on June nth 1913, the whole of
their valueable farm stock, horses,
implements, etc. The auctioners
wish to call attention to this sale
which is the most important ever
held iu the Comox Valley.
The inquest on the body of Otto
Vassar, who, ou April 22, was injured at Camp 1 and died on Tuesday, wns held yesterday aud a
verdict of "accidental death" returned with a rider strongly urging
a hospital at Courtenay. The
jurymen were as follows: Messrs.
Prank Cameron, foreman, Chas.
Armstrong, William l'crkinson,
Peter J. Donnelly, Charles Burned
and Harvey Creech. Messrs. D.
R. Dawson, Thomas Tame, James
'Millar and Dr Millard gave evidence.
A new trust company is about to
be launched iu the Comox Valley.
Tne promoters are all  local men,
, and their operations will be confined
to the  Comox Valley  exclusively,
i This will be an excellent opportunity for the investment of surplus
funds. The books of the company
are always open to the stock holders, and there's nothing like knowing at all times just where your
money is' invested. Further announcements will be made next
week, when the general public will
be invited to come in on the ground
floor.
Mr. H. N. Birch and Mr. G. D.
Duncan arrived here last Saturday,
and are hurriyng on the building of
tlieir new Garage and Repair Shop.
Both Mr. Duncan aud Mr. Birch
have a thorough practical expert
ence of Internal Combustion Eu-
gineering; Mr. Birch having been
for 2 years Work Manager to the
well known English firm manufacturing the British built replica of
the French "Renault." Mr. Dmr
can worked for two years as fitter
and tester with several well known
London firms, and afterwards for
nearly 2 years as a fitter in the Repair Department of a high-class firm
in Coventry, where he became ex
pert on "Knight" engines and
"Lonchester" Worm Drive; latterly
he was connected with Argylls
Scotland,, building 15 H. P. and
25 H. P. "Argyll" Sleeve-valve
engines.
Our New Spring Goods are
Here and are Ready for
Your Inspection
In   Our   Gent's  Furnishings Department   will be
found an exceptionally fine   range of Men's Negligee  Shirts  with  soft detachable   to   match,  also
Ponge Silk in White and Champagne
We have also a very fine selection of Hats, in all
the latest styles and colors
In our Shoe Department we have the very latest in
j . footwear, made on American lasts, for Men,  Women and Children
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
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COURTENAY and COMOX
Notice to Contractors
Sandwick School
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Sandwick School," will be
received by the lion, the Minister of
Public Works up to noon of Wednesday,
the 21st day of May, 1913, for the erection and completion of a large one-room
schoolhouse at Sandwick, in tlie Comox
JJlectoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, aud
forms of tender may be seen on and after
tlie 23rd day of April, 1913, at the office
of Mr. J, Baud, Government Agent,
Cumberland, li. C; Mr. R. I,. Cliffe,
Secretary of the School Hoard, Saudwick
0., Saudwick, 11. C; and tlie Department of Public Works, Victoria, 11. C.
Intending tenderers can, by applying
to lhe undersigned, obtain a copy of the
plans and specifications for lhe sum ol
ten dollars ($10), which will he refunded
on their return iu good order.
Kach proposal must he accompanied
by an accepted hank cheque or certificate |
of deposit on a chartered hank of Canada
made payable to tin- I Ion. the Minister
of Public Works, for a sum equal to 1(1
percent, of tender, which shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline to
enter into contract when called upon lo j
do so, or if lie fail to complete tin- work
contracted for. Tlie cheques or certificates of deposits of unsuccessful tenderers will lie returned to them upon the
execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be   considered unless
ade out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer
and enclosed ill the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
" tat.      lJ- E. GRIFFITH,
Public Works Engineer,
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C. April 21st, 1913.     ,
CUDMORE & BREAKER I T       p       ASTON
lontractors for Land Clearing and J*        ���*-'��� 1 V/l^l
Contractors
Logging, Etc.
Orders may be left at Beadncll &
Callin's office
Courtenay     -     -     B. C.
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
Basement Willard Block
Loggers Boots ami Shoes Made
Repairing  Neatly  aud   Promptly   Done
C.  W.   Shannon
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge
Shannon Block,      Courtenay
moving Pictures ipp   nnr kkji
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 1V-*1-i      V/l\.*-uTilTl.
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant Suillllier  I h'illks
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE | ^             ^
An Entire Change of Programme ; Swan's   Pool    RoOIXl
Twice weekly
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor   i E. SWAN, Prop.
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PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
RESTMORE ROC
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The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
Rates Reasonable
FABER & FABER, Props.       |
Telephone 3-5 COURTENAY, B. C.    j
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EAVER
Give us a call and let us show you some of the many advantages of this Interior  Finish
The splendid pebbled surface makes it an ideal material for kalsominiiig-
BEAVER BOARD Kalsomined with ALABASTINE
Makes  a*Job   that is  both  Durable  and   Economical
TO THE FARMER OR GARDENER
Why trouble to make hot bed sash?    We have then on hand already glazed.
sash   and   stable   lights
Also barn
Kiln Dried Lumber, Lath,
Building Paper,
WE CARRY IN STOCK AT ALL TIMES:
Cement, Builders' Hardware, Mouldings,
Sash and Doors, Lime, Plumbing Supplies
Window and Door Frames Made to Your Order
Plaster, Paints and Oils,
Roofing, Etc.
E BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O. Box 230
"Not better than the best but better than the rest"
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Is now locoted where he gets the most business
You all know where?
COURTENAY
The future business center of the
Comox District
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COMOX.
A farewell dance will be tendered
Mr. Ambrose Moore, on Friday
evcuirg May i6th, by the young
people of the district. The ladies
intend making some kind of a presentation to Ambrose, who is a
general favorite with all. He has
always been willing to help along a
pood cause and ready at all times to
do a kindness. Everyone will be
surry to see the departure of the
Moore family from Comox to Victoria. They will he greatly missed
and it is the wish of everybody that
they have every success in their
new undertaking, and hope that
everyone will rally around Ambrose
anjl give him a real good Canadian
send off. I.adies are requested to
bring cakes.
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If you want pictures framed
cabinet or sign worK done   go to
Sutton's.
GRANTHAM
A daring burglary was perpetrated last monday night when about
forty fowls were stolen from Mr.
Jane's rancht at Grantham. The
marauders were disturbed but managed to get away. It is believed
that they are the same scoundrels
who committed petty thefts in this
district last fall. It is supposed that
they were Japanese, but this is a
matter of conjecture and with a
cosmopolitan population such as
this valley is now acquiring a mistake could be easily made. Hut for
the recent license enactment Mr.
Janes could have used his gun to
good advantage.
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On Tuesday, May 13th, Hardy &
Biscoe will sell the household fur-
nitute and outdood effects of Mr.
C. J. Moore, at Comox. Sale
starts at 2 p. m. sharp.
SANDWICK
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller
from Manitoba are guests of Mr.
aud Mrs Shopland.
Mr. Steve Brown has returned
to Sandwick after completing some
financial and investment business
in Vancouver.
The Rev. F. Franklin Watson
vicar of Holy Trinity Church
Cumberland, preached in St. Andrew's church last Sunday. |
The marriage was solemnized on j
Wednesday, April 30,  of Mr. Rob- |
ert  Surginor   and   Miss   Leonora'
Ethel  Bridge.    The wedding taking place at the First  Presbyterian
Church, Vancouver, the Rev,  Dr.
Fraser officiating,
Mr. and Mrs. Surginor arrived
home ou Saturday.
Messrs. Robert and Charles Duncan, of McGill University, are
home for the vacation.
Sandwick residents are casting
envious eyes on the clam shell
sidewalk at Comox, especially since
the recent gravelling. It is a
choice in wet weather between
treading ou loose stones or wading
through a morass at the roadside
if it is desired to make a trip to
Courtenay.
The burial took place Jon Sunday
af J. McGee, who was fatally injured last week at Camp 4, and
later died in the Cumberland hospital. But for the fact that some
of the camps were working there
would have been a larger following
about a dozen of the deceased's
friends attended. Six men from
Camp 4 acted as pallbearers. The
Rev.   T.   Meuzies said   the burial
NOW OPEN
Courtenay Bakery
Homemade Bread
Biscuits, Pies,
Cakes  and
Shortbread
Wedding Cakes Made to
Order
W. AITKEN, Prop.
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LAZO
Mr. Ross Archer returned to
Kye Bay last week accompanied by
his wife.
Mr. David Cameron and family
have left Kye Bay and located near
Comox Saw Mill.
Mr. and Mrs. Lowly have settled
down on one of the five acre lots on
the Hardy estate next to John
Knight's farm.
Arthur Knight is erecting a fine
new barn ou the Point Holmes
road.
Surveyors are busy this week on
the Hardy estate and Biscoe's
Beach frontage.
Kitchenettes
Paste an envelope in your cookbook for recipes that you cut from
papers and magazines.
When making desserts allow one
heaping tablespoonful of granulated
sugar to each egg and a half a pint
of milk.
Always in cooking vegetables
start them iu boiling water. A tea-
spoonful of salt to each two quarts
of water is the allowance.
For an appetizing salad mince a
couple of green peppers, mix them
with three tablespoonsfuls of chopped chives and serve on white lettuce leaves with French Dressing,
Shredded red cabbage and white
celery cut fine make a very popular
salad. Sprinkle the top with a
tablespoonful of minced onion and
dress with oil and vinegar.
Messrs. E. T. Cliffe and W. B.
Higgins have purchased the Comox Eivery Stables from Mr.
John McKenzie, and will continue
to carry on the business as formerly. Your patronage is solicited.
E. T. Clifek
W. B, Higgins
KODAKS
Just Arrived, a Full line  of 1913  Model
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Call and get a Catalogue, You will want
One Soon
We are the Only Store in  Coinov Valley
selling Kodaks and Kodak Films
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUILLAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
S. A.COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired & OerhauUd
BOX 124, PHONE

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