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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE   REVIEW
Have You Money to [tlVMt,
See us; we Can Make You
Large Dividend!
Island Realty Co.
VOL. 1
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY. APRIL 17. 1913
NO. 21
Don't Wait
Only a few  Lots left in   Terminal
Sub-division.
Yonr last cnanee to get a lot in a
cleared field at bed-rock prices.
Drop ns a card and we will call and
show yon plans.
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
House Furnishing Stores
for
Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Cupboards,
Kitchen  Cabinets,  Kitchen   Chairs
and Stoves or Ranges
Bedroom   Furniture
Dressers, Wash Stand, Chiffonieres,
Brass and White Enamel Iron Beds
in all sizes and styles
isning
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
"Bayview" Sub-division
Is Now on the Market
The Property of the Comox Logging & Railway Co.
Situate on the Nanaimo Road,  between  Carter's and  Roy's
Several Lots have been Sold but wc have some Choice ones left
Acreage at the Price of Lots
Iu Blocks of 1 to 8 acres. Prices $150 to $300 per acre
Easy Terms
For Sale only by
CAMERON & AL1AN
Real Estate and Insurance
Auctioneers and Valuators
Notary Public and Conveyancing
Willard Block
Courtenay
LOCAL LINES
Mr. J. Sutton went to Vancouver this morning.
Mr. D. Cudtnore has erected a
substantial fence around his property on the Union Bay road.
Tlie Koyal Agrictural Commission is meeting here to-day and
to-morrow.
Mr. Jos. McPhee is moving the
house oil tlie Royal Bank corner,
to one of his lots on the Union Day
road.
Local view post cardsat Peacey's
Drug Store.
For Sale���Six head of Horses.
Apply, G. R. Bates, Carwilheu
Ranch.    '
For Sale���Fresh milking cows.
Apply Edward Evev Clayton, Parkins Farm, Sandwick P. O,
For Sale���Double spitted buggy,
in good condition, Apply to Rev.
J. X. Willemar, Sandwick,
When you want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay PiiQtO
Studio.    Local yisWS for gale.
For Sale���Gasoline launch, i6ft
long, 5ft beam, 2 h.p. engine. Apply J. Johnston, Courtenay hotel.
Book keeping aud auditing,
monthly accounts made up. Terms
moderate,  Apply. T. A. E, Daniel.
p'oi^'id Adrift���6 Boom sticks
and chains, stamped F. Apply,
Thomas' Knight. Point Holmes,
C'cWvo-x...
For' ftiflje"*-" White Wyundot.v
Eggs, 5c per egg or $4.00 per hundred. Appi?'v ��ha��. Hi Pigott,
Lazo P. O.
White Wyandotte ��ffa?4 for sale���
$1 per setting ; also a taw at $1.50
per sstting. Apply E. A. Mitchell,
Sandwick P. O.
For Sale���Automobile, 30 h. p.
E. M, P\ In use oue year and a
half, Has run six thousand miles.
Apply,'J. R. Johnston, Courtenay
Hotel.
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 ou Saturday May 3rd.
Ranch to rent���160 acres ; 50
acres under cultivation, implements
and stock ; 2 1-2 miles from Courtenay. Particulars from Hardy &
Biscoe, real estate, etc., Courtenay,
B.C.
For Sale���Seed potatoes early
and late. Good croppers, same
that helped to get tlie cup at New
York for British Columbia. Apply
T. C. Woods, Saudwick P. O,
Phone R 96.
F. G. Aldous is coming to this
district to do some survey work at
Headquarters, ou Thursday next.
Anyone wishing any survey work
done should write him at the
Courtenay postoflice before (that
date.
Lost���Brown gelding, no shoes,
weight about 1050 lbs. long mane
and tail, Last seen in vicinity of
Mr. Ledinghain's Ranch. If found
please communicate with Howard
Elliott, Beaver Greek Farm, Grantham.
Just arrived at WiUard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks aud suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
We are informed that ten head
of heavy draft horses between 4
and 5 years old, from the Northwest are beiug brought to town,
and will shortly be offered for sale
by Messrs. Hardy & Biscoe. Farmers should watch for the date of
this sale.
Get your flower and garden
seeds at Peacey's Drug Sore.
Mr. and Mrs. Quallcam Tom
were visitors iu towu on Tues lay,
Miss Nellie Boden has arrived iu
town aud will join The Review
staff.
Mrs. McKeutie's car overturned
on the Comox road, near Mr.
Rood's residence on Sunday afternoon,
Au effort is being made to form
a lacroes.se club. A number of
enthusiasts practice nightly at the
Riverside corner,
Mr. R. H. Hardwlck, manager of
the Royal Bank here, is ill at Vancouver, Mr. Lumsdeu of Cumber-
laud, is acting in hi*, stead,
Menser* Cameron and Allan will
hold an Auction Sale at Creeche's
burn Courtenay, ou Saturday May
3rd at 2-10 p.m. They have a large
consignment of bedroom aud other
household furniture all new. Some
horses, cattle and farm implements.
The pro^t^y cjE various owners.
Bills will be out hi a few <lqys wifh
full particulars.
Mr. J. Johnston, who purchased
two acres of laudjfrom Mr. Urquhart
is having the sa 'ie cleared prepar-
Otory to erecting some fine residences.
A lot of fust automobiliug is being indulged lately. One ilyer
made the trip twice between Comox aud Cumberland inside twenty
minutes each way.
Very few good catches of fish
have been made in the Courtenay
for the past two weeks. Anglers
say the water i.�� too cold yet for
the fish to come iu.
Mr. Carr, P, O. Inspector, is in
towu iu connection with the proposition to establish a rural mail
delivey between Courtenay aud
Cumberland, via Happy Valley.
The Victoria Basket ball team
had another strenuous game at
Gomox last Wednesday evening.
They succeeded in defeating the
Comoxites by a score of 41-19.
The dance afterwards was an enjoyable affair. The game in Cumberland on Thursday evening resulted in a victqrv for the visitors
by 2��-6
PARKS VJLLE
(NtmoosejDiatrict)
FARM LANDS AND WATERFRONT
Twenty Acre Blocks of Bush I/ands at $40 pci* acre;   1-5  Cash;   Balance,
in 5 Annual Payments, with Interest at Fper cent]
Write or call on us for Information
Hickey & Thwaites
PARKSVILLE, B.C.
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Auto For Hire
Phone 26
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Batteries and Accessories Kept  iu Stock
Courtenay Auto Livery
G1S0RC1< W.WIM/AAD
The Oldest Established
Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers
A Large Listing of Cleared and
Bush Lands, Ranches, Bung-,'
alows and Town Lots
Union St.        Courtenay, B. C.
****************************************************
COURTENAY
Railway  Station
The exact location of the Station at Courteuay has
been settled as can be seen by the plan furnished
by the Railway Company
This confirms what we told you through the  press
last fall when we offered you lots right opposite
the Station
We have still several choice lots right on  the track
and opposite to the Station, from $400.00 upwards
and on good terms
Call in and see us and we will show you the  plan
of the Station Subdivision
Beadnell & Callin
Telephone 24
Courtenay - and - Comox, B. C, THE COURTENAY REVIEW, COURTENAY, U. C.
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strain   iih . iii ni cltanges.
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ductor, Berthed her methods of plot-wiitlnp.        sing pore. .\     vn-i*   inystei
A  woman  shrieked.      Tho  llonesa , | 'nn-   dl  ippcarnnce   nf   ihree  sisteri
with a roiir of rugp, crcuehed, Bpram               - .... ^..���>__^,  | In   the  ulslii   from  the t-iibin   wlili-1
over Hi-- fool llvhts nnd 1 crn -- lha '
cltestra, knocklnp the playi r ol tho
double bass and his Instruinoni over,
and landing In the front row of die
stalls, from which the oncupantB hnd
Hi ii. win- -!i 11 leaped Into one of the
boxes, The door of tho box wna
opi 11, nml ilu' Hones* passed Into the
manager's ofneo behind.
March, the Hon turner,, spvang ufler
i!h> lioness and shut hiinsi If In the
room. He stunned the animal with
nn iron bur, nnd then dragged hi r
through 11 Bide door lending to tho
stage. H"f in ihe lioness recoven ii
Bho wiib safely raged.
.\li niiv. h!lo ilu- audience struggled
toward the exits and 7 women ..m!
chlldn 11 were (nocked down and hur .
Suvi nil women diluted.
FUTURE   OF   HOME    RULE
Bill   to   be   Rointmdn-ed   in   House   of
Commons  in   Mny
London, it is tho Intoutlon of the
govi niinenl to relnlrodtice tho home
rule ''ill Into the houao of commonp
In the early pari ��f next Bass on,
probably in May next. 11 will In
pnBsrd through all its Btagea rapidly
without amendnicnl by the mect'anl-
i-.il party majority ami nga'n Benl to
the house of lords. The same process will he gone through again hi
tihe spring of .1:111.
It. la open to the house nf lords to
BiigfieBt amendments,at the second or
11    ,
Scott's Emulsion is the I
ii :*ii nu : liody-biiildei known���it
is nature's wholi - imc strcneth-
cd  If iiiiyoui' in.Id  toll  hor w'u.il  ;        stimulant���mahes roty cMl,
;;'"   sh.n* 11 and  the discovery  of n 1 CT01Jm| i,.,.. mil. ,���-;,v uon,}, ,turJy frame* tmi���
loner and n bottle which had con.an-     ,:., wonl ., iii;,, |mml w.lv| f,M,,    B ,otlnd boliiMi                             K
nl ciiliinil.il m wen*  r ported  by  Lite ( tntiliv in                                            a
captain of the Dulr.lt sttaiiishlp Van      v,", ���   ,���..,,   vou ||;.v u,��� ,    U.,M, .    J       Bat you mutt ne SCOTT'S, tt
Sn;  011 hla arrival h re,    The -���'��������� | -nmmi' ;, , ��� Ib '   ffl     s���n��nnvnw,Turunio,ontinIn 12-62 p
ters were Ckrmans named Dtetlorlch,      im, use na'iiin   K'b ii bdiisuso W*v*t��sWKnt*rmtm
nnd tbey ii..d beun toiirtng In ,lavn   ��� 	
i li "\   were  lasi   seen going to their ..,,,��, n r\ v.  , .....
cabin 111  l" p.m,  Ihe day before the UUil 1   bit? iD BA8Y Tommy Was There  Too
wxsaftfl
pbeoI reached port after having spetu
ilia ccning n a liny and chatting on
deck.
in   the   morning  the  parvlng   boy,
hearing no answer tn hip knocks 111 j
the cabin door, luid the alpwnrd whu
entered and found the women nilss'.ug I
>:i the table was n note nddresscd tel
liors, don't
lm- Ii lag i;
ir-f nnim mncc     "  waa l'vi'l''i"  "',|  BonieUtlna ot
rUIl BilNlj CROSi  mol'a   Impormnco   than   uaual   was
weighing on the small   boy's   nruil
j Throe  times he  paused  the door ol
the   house,  nnd   poured  through  Iho
iv-.iiiiow, before ho d ned to enter.
in- Id    your
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Ilie
lure Is in In  1 appy and If lie Is cr
:t is um hia 1.i.i.i
Then lie mnde his appournnce with
an air thnt dozens of broken windows
On the table was a nntn ndrtresssd toi .,,.,.  ,.��� ,_ ,,������  ,,      ,    .  ,111 air tnnt dozens 01 1.1 rnin 11 winnowa
ihe caninln. This he opened Thel J , j8"" .l" " ''' -��� Bn aml bushels '"' sLolen R���]��� ('""11 '""
letter, written In German In pencil. h .,,,{.��� ,., .' ���'.',''.', "'" ,,,,.'. have given him, and remarked. Mrs.
was briefly to the effect thai all than* 0^n TableisaiV the best medic'n'���hrr��nes* lilllp TommyB new football's
baggnfe was bequeathed tn thn can       ,,,. -.,,.,. ,...'   ..,,.,.',,,. 11,1. ���,"..',.,i l""'s!!
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And how did that happen dear?
Well, Tommy and me w.13 playing
���gggage was bequeathed to thn ,-aii. a ������.,���,. ,,,,, ,;,,(, ��� ,. |lt���
tain, and was signed simply:  nlwen kMp tllera ,,.,.,,,v .,��� ,  w.(l,K
Diederlch. i [H  a   Bmile   In   ri v   (two
On a desk in th? onb'ii wss a le.i,! ,.',���.,.  conatip-it'on   Indlges'tt^n   e :ii' "   w        'ha ^t-oum-rolli'i-  weni
tie containing a few remaining flroi�� wul.niS|  ,���.,.*,.  ������' G0,,|3    am|'   ���;,;,;,'  "Vor him.
of  chloroform.    A   ohulr stood  neat- t,eeth;ng ^^   The Tablrts are so'dl  ���
the porlhole, and It    Is   nnn.iect.ured hv ,���. ,]i;(.ill(, <tfa]CYB 0). IV. 1)M,j .,. .,.' Seizing the Opportunity
that 'he Bisters each took ohlnrofurm 0���nts .. bov [rom xha l)r    VVin'ams, i    He had obtained a place In an es-
and  then cllmhed  throus.h  the Pt>��-'* Medicine   Co.,   BrocUvIlie   Ont. tate agent's   ofllce   and   was   doing
hole.     The i-ah 11 was sen! d by Uie j   , everything ho coultTNar the Interests
captain and a full Inquiry will lie A Revenue Measure of his employers. Thetrher evening
made nl Batavla. " ' ���,,. ,Vas at a social gathering and was
                      Ihe ohaen t been any nuomehilo-   ,ls,.e��� t   gIngi     H    rMpon[je., witlr
NO   FAULT  OF  VON   D = l  GOLT.t [j',^1 ���sJJl?, b]j!:tn     ".    ll?.,���": I 'Home,   sweet    home.'   Hla    friends-
1 lm
"I'ver
g  the  spei d  limits   f r
wee.n,  aald    1.. i    consl
erman General Who O-iin'jcd Turk-: v- '��� l!':' wc ��� n';
Arrange to lower the
rei.lied  t'.u   ^lier'uf.
The development   ef   ihe   cln��n,n
movement hup hpen very interesting to
Italian Prima Donno Lights Her Own   m    from Its e.irlifiPl daVB. and I think
Funeral Pyre It Is a spl ���ml!���! iii";!'ii"' t.h'oiif?!i which
Vienna���Las! week Slgnorlua [da on? class of the coninum'ty can oh-
Avrighi, an Italian prima donna, cuni-|serve other classes w'th wh'eh "*-"n-
miited suicide al Aerani iienaiise of irily, they seldom come nto contact,
ihe death of her pet' dog. TVu '" entirely benrflclal, and   ho oh-
She attempted to burn herself with! !"" ot all my wnrlis a to put some
the dog's body on a funeral pyre,! Instructive ti-"li litre he andjence.
which she constructed In her bedroom! '' is fasc'naUng work, and 1 am
at a local bote) uy heaping wood, deeply In erestel In It. I am think-
eoal and articles or clothing around "S o, turn tne on* of ray clnen-a ploti
her bed. After arranging them she lntlJ �� H,>'"'1 'tr,v' ll"1 ""�� ,s onl}
saturated them wi:h petrol, an l.dea.at present.
Signorlna Avrlghl 'h".i swallowed P�� ""'���'"'; :' �����eIeeMfn v,r>"?�� "'"
some poison which she had purchas r. ''" '"' onpI.*��.1,,ndI '�� n .? ?!" ��*,W?""
a a ehemlst'B a few Hours before, nf personalities nnd n s ml . ol c ai-
Ignited ihe pyre and lay down on the ��*���*��������� ,. lu';(' *��� H'". n,!,i,V ,s w'"*
bed beside the dog's bony. �����" reality to the action of ihe play.
When the lire was discovered, the
woman was terribly burned aud ned In a Hurry fer Prnfiis
short ly afterward.
Marshal von der Goliz stati s that   and rest.
d  limit.
I wrre a little surprised al the selection,
hul he '.van inartily applauded.
ni    ya bean a very Itran oh.        ien Army Disclaims Responslbll-    I reutleri"t"h  Sheriff"   'M'  "'"'fH  nnl"'|     Stepping forward be**aakl:    I   am
1 nature, an I the lira- Ity for Defeat 1   ' _ glad  vou  like  (he    song.    There    is
third, ii  "f asking, hut If the house. mnB In everyday, Ufa 1 eei* g Ing nn      ,,,.,.       '        ,   ���        ,.   ,,    ,i ""'  ' no bing like 'Home, 8w��*et home.' and
of commons rej -ol  these the passas-e continually have often made 1113 wish 1     Berlin, hsr-many.���it   a no laull of      it Bids Pi n Begone.���When near-, ;���t me sav tnat the oompanv 1 repve.
of Um bill Into law is nol Imperiled,   to write plots for the cinematograph ': """''��� la ,tn V{?yn0   . �� \a1 i"P"  lll!;'' laLks ''''' nerves    "r    !l1 ,lt'- <-���'  sou* Is sailing hemes on terms to suit
 _  ,.|K. s.,i,|. *lear'"*? "!,'' ,ulys       f,      ���- "" I "'h'Plss the back Is tne tlnin lu tesLi overybody. within forty minutes ride*
SUICIDE  FOR  DOGS The development   of'   ihe   cln��ma  Deutsche RundBchau. over tho   s s.n-   ,;,,. vir ���, s 0I I):-.    Phomas    Mectric nr tne cltv      Everybody   ought,   to
ture of Marshal  von in* t.oi z,  who   on     \\*. 11 rubbed in it w."l -.-t II the  1 1   ., if .1      i    ���.        . .
. .,���   ��� ,1,,  -i-,,^i,ii, ���,.,,,��� ' .       ' "'       "���'    '  '  l       have a home.      If ion don t want 1.0
urgan.��eJ.the lnrklsh .may. . p,r, and produce a sensa ion of easi ; ilve ,��� ,nP 0, ,������,.;. llnl,s..,R yol���.gp,.
i,e-ie- a no.iiius like :    u-s ,il0 cnance of your life for
for Its curative proper-1 veutment.
a iinii.
tics arc ar
tabllsh faith in tt.
many years ago'he had carefully pre
pared a plan of maneuvers represent-
nr a Turco-Bulgarian war. Tbe
Turkish amy wca comma!) led by Ma-
.���im Pasha, and the battle v.ns to be
i'-ughi around Adrlanople, In s-im������-
what similar conditions to the proaent
war.
Several days before tho maneuvers,
however, wholesale arrests   of   commanders of both aiinisa took place in
Constantinople.     What had happened
was that the ex-Sultan's spies had iv-   wr'lll,-R'
ported the coming war to .he 1- 111 is-1 , ,!l';  t!e <i"'r"'V
tor,  who  feared    a coneplruty,    and | ful nor waa_ h
Marshal  von  der Coir/,,  who was already  In   the   field,  hurried  back   10
Y'ldlz Kiosk,  to convince tho sul an
ha:  the maneuvers were quits Innn
an 111
A trial of ii will es
; Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Gentlemen.���Theodore     Dorals,
i'an  war, no: ypuili-
ivlft.      T'me 1 a-'-e-i
Capetown.���Tbe story is told, says  'fts. and to obtain the 1e.le.1se of the
the Cape limes,  that  11 company  in   ,rn sled  officers.      The release  was
ijues-
jranted, but there waa 1
ion of :naneu"ers again.
The mai'shel rep'i liaiei; as irrespon
-Ible statements he art ck.s un hln
regarding the Turkish rout. II" let
the T'lr.iib s- rvice seventeen
:ieo. and was
rvic; eeventeen yen,    A (!le2��a;il nicdl-ine for cb'ldren Is  howi3 ,00 much
e: ed tbo poa. asa.n m   .M0ther Uraves' Worm  Ext;rmin:ilo:-,
" 1 1301), but refused.     'ihe article   ai,   and ..,.,-.. |s nothing better for driv-     Th" building of the Tower of Babel
nan Kicked to Death , pears to have been writ en at la.^s.i--! ,���.. worni3 froni ,iR, Sy3te.m. j was progressing nc iy when suddenly
If brevity  be  the  soul  of  wit,  Sir London. 'Which controla a lame blocl:
Harry Johnston must    be   accounted of  (arms  in  the  Cape  province,  dls-
one of the wltt'est   man   thin    ever satisfied with the excuse given thai,
wrote a dispatch to the home Govern- owing to the lambing seism. sh-*ar-
mem.    Advanced against Tnioae; dc- Ing could not be proceedtd with, cab-
feaicd. captured, and hanged  li m ��� led to ���!-." C��pe manager to aiop lamb-
Johnston.     So ran one of his reportBl ing and start shoariug.
to the late Lord Salisbury.
The actual proceedlnga were char-l Wo
aclerizi-.l l:y corresponding brevity. Ho      Glasgow.���A    middle-aged    womanI sestlon of ihe German ana', sti IT, ti
lirst warned Ills   noniy thai upon cap. ���.,,���,,(f \ia,.v  Perr'a was  l'oiin-1 dead I the bitter attacks mnde on tne mar
1,ire  he  would  be hange;!.      Turns'* |n her house nt  Glasfow.    She was shal have mnde a bad Impression b r.
persisted In fighting, und was beaten, hadly bruised on 1 ie b a I an.l limbs
Tmose, you were foolish   to   fighi and  ih -  1! i-i .r's   ren r    states  that
sai.l Sir Harry after tho ba'tle.    Von, ,iu. Wtta i;:,.;, ,1  to ilnath,
shall have a pood dinner and the best   South  Africa  V'sited  by    8erl:s
hoitle of champagne 1  have, and ai n-'t||��'-,l-iD at a T net Severo Storms
seven'o'clock tomorrow morning y,.���      j.ondon.-The'.admiralty'have  de
shall be hangro. ,,,,,,,_,  ,��� soor|n0p  ti���   nnttie  ,;,,  i(
1 lie famous dispatch    sbows   hov
thoroughly tne plan wus carried oni
Wedded te the Game
Yorkshire wus the  Bcene, and tl. , ., ,     .
event In pr -ess was a wed ling. The!     Gentlemen,-' aeodore    Dorals     m
speaking parts lu  the ceremony hn.il customer oi  mine    waa    completely
all been  plnyrd, and  net.*  bride air! | c"ml '''.rll,n'';Kl r" :''er flve """'
hrlilnm-nnm  nl   lb -r ti'li nil ���   ivovo  I,    nf   Sllfferilg,   bj    "'e     lldlCiOUS   USf   0!
oruipgioom a m in n uienos weie in   ,nv.,,r,.o  , iNiirPMT
the  vestry  putting  Uie  matter  intchM���At'"s L���;,���1'1 ,���  . .
Ibe above facts can be vnfi.-rt by
writing to him, to th" Parish Pi-iesi
cr any of his neighbors.
..ml the liridesroom became more ami A- COTE, Merchant,,
more  lldgetty. St.  Isidore, Que.,  12 May, 'is.
Yon si, m In a great hurry, remark-;
ed the ofllc'ntliig cleric a: lus[. lia-.-e
vou a train lo catch?
'  nt??aP> h?" ;"'���'" Bt��1k "*m :nl ^! L"��B OomplaliTt
s-i-iiche! his li -a i In perplexity.        i , ,       .    .      ,
Well, sir, ho replied goo.! naturedh* ;     Lodger-I can t stay here any long-
It ain't a train, sir; but i don't wani   �����'���, M���' ,��.;        ,       .,   ,,.,   .  ,
to be late for (' football match! Landl?.dy-\\liy not, sir*   What  is
voir complaint
Lodger���Lune complaint; your baby
Ai   LIGHTNING   DEATHS
| someone asked
Mrs   GQtrox���So yonr woman's club  solve the trust
wasn't a success. ,    Thence nro-.i
Mrs, Swift���No; it hnd all the dis-  tongtiea thai n
comforts of home. understand an;
Hnw oi'   we going t"
question?
such a   confusion   oi
one haa been able lo*
iie ,|bs i ver slice
Tho Man  Who Drives At. I
AutomoiLiiic Firicit. '>
SMAP
^___^___^     riieOnly��deanurthatwK;
C\A^JAA    i, ''"-nbv renicve groaFe,
L'"'*.- MaaaflS t',n liands Bmooth an.l mil.
fex.r^   I0()',' b-ttirttmnsoap.
1 PMAr** Vuar Dialer SelN Snip.
;l 'Hj?''.--!'-" J SavolheCouponi.
v^��2ggs^& SMQC'ni'iai'yUmi'fid. Montreal
*in-Marsamiirm'ii-smetM* MM���
i 'voi-e -ii,,���;���,', s, Africa ���B��.tw en
.October "'.'��� and January 1^ a: i a-.-
nown, in which the king and queen fortv-Hve persons wire killed by
:hcn prince and prlnueaa of U'alis, Hphtning In South Atr'ci nnd forty
mi-lie their mamorahle visit te India I serlouely Iniurcd, while' manv snd
as a ta-ei for ihe 12-lnch guns of (1(���,laj in i0110|y districts era record-
ihe Home fleet. i ,,,      a list of  he lightning ce'dents
i in  tesu than  three weeks lilia  more
Girl Murders Her Mother j ,-lnll a co|m,,,, ln h |Ma| newspaper.
Geneva.���A girl nam il Lucie Alia : At Germiston. ntar Johannesburg.i
ien*. age! 20, wis s nl.eaed at An-; on December 1 about thrty mournera
nee.".- to 20 yearB penal serv'tndn for at a funeral w>re s'ruck hy l!g.!t.-|
murdering her mother. .Mile. Allal- nine in the i
gre desired lo become i nun, an I be- .. ;,s killed.
muse h?r mo'her nblrcted she st-, the unusually
tacked   ber   w',th   a   knife.   Inflicting  accidents.
fatal injuries.  ���
Good One There
t"
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and  one
o'.illl
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la
the  woi
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nu
mber of
SUCil
Savftd bv S!ii's''ee Me?t
Prost-
- re ito you ge- your hats
VV. fj.  U. 940
Paris. ��� *"n!re Cavalier, a burelar, ol 1 i'air;
who fell from a siy-siorey window sntw���At c-fes usually. But our
In Paris, landed on a heap of sans-: or twice l'-.e been lucky enough i
age-meat   which  a  ner1,  butcher  waslexehange at' church. :
In   the  ne:   of  chopping   up,  and   es- j .  -  ,	
caped injury. |    old Lady (starting bank account)���
 ,  ' ^.j. ,,yr V1, gure j ;u,-e j- ou.  v.-'l.n ll
Moving rirturrs of Sohoo'n [ wan| j.->
London.���cinerratograpb pictures Caehier���Sure, an' ye can have it
of h? classes at ;h - London County oul tomotrow If ye give me a wake's
Council's open-air schools are lo be 1 notice.
aken   for  public  exhibition  nnd  re-1  -���
; m bi'-tinn as an p.lucationa! subjec'tl    Sand-paper ir, prepared  by coatingl
in this country, the colonies. France j*ii��~1 paner  wllh  gro'.ini glass.    No
| and America.       ��� \ ii,nd is used In its manufacture. |
R ?in. ff
m IB tl       H W tinii * is Vt* etjff
health, Booner or later, snows iis value. No man can expect to fro
\cry far or very last toward success���no woman either���who
suffers from the headaches, the sour stomach und poor digestion,
t'le unpleasant breath and the good-for-nothing feelings which
vesr.lt from constipation and biliousness, But just learn for
yourself what  a  difference   v, ill  ho  made  by  a few doses of
REEfiHimPIILS
\S0 [s!3 iril:3 %0 wii &L W v li   *ms   U   wmiiw&vm
Tested through three generations���favorably known the world over
tliis perfect yegetnb.e and always efficient family remedy is universally accepted as the best preventive or corrective of disorders of the
orgaiisofdigestion. Beecliiini'sI'illsreguliitetheboweIs,stirtheliver
to natural activity���enable you to get a 11 the nourishmentnndbloud-
m.-ikinir (nia li In 3 from viiiii'l'mid. AssilreuSyoutrythemyouwlllknGW
that���in your looks and in your increased vigor���Beecham's Tills
Pay B2g ��i��lcisiids
TI.o dircctiont wiih every box  ��re very vo!ui.We~��ipectally to womt.ii>
Sold evtJrywlieru,   iu box*.-**., ..St..
i THE COURTENAY REVIEW, COURTENAY, B. C.
(/(
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j\QOm��i JD\UUit<Z,
Herring ot Prln'.e  Rupert
Aii unique condition la reported al
Un* present time in the harbor of
Prince Rupert, the Pacific terminus nf
An Economist
We   ilon'l   need   all   lliai   orelies'.r.i,
said the public speaker
Bul   inuslo a'.w.ns helps In enliven!
1111 occasion.
1 know, but there's no use of getting
your audience Interested in llu nines
when all you really require tolteep ' m
nw.iito ii, ti.e bass drum ami cymbals.
. ���' pi ��� -A,-' / ,{h<fficariSitvuac
y-A ���'    '-., rAAk/-a^ii��i
[ONEDYl'��-AU.KIHDS��'WMj
Ji j ���DBWlVi*. t.;. t\ ��� .A. am*V
li'i iiir CLKANftST, SIMP!I.3T.nn.l DK8THOMB
| I'VI'., .'iif can liuv-Wiiy you don't oven hnv.- t-i
.owwd.it KTNDof Cloth yaurGoodi *n mid��
,..';���> MlitnWvi tint Int|tnui1 It,
Send (>>( i ���>�� Color ( ni, Story Roultlvt. ind
| Book)*) kilvliiR i units of pynlntr "vcr oihor colorii
Mr*.. JOHNSON RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
l rMl Ci n.ui.t.
Wheurver you feel a lirrAcUchc coming on take
NA-DRU-CO Mcad��cLc Wafers
They srp headaches promptly and surely, f>�� not cnnia'n
opium, morphine, phenaoeiln, acetanllld or other dangoroui
drugs,   25a, a boi at yonr Druggist's. 125
NATI0NH nnua AraTi CHCMICAL CO   or rvjAna.   UMITCO.
AND
water.   All kinds   of   mehods   arelfmri TAA17 111711
being employ, ,i u, boqop them out of MJK  lUlul   nfiK
I tlie wnter���iii many oasae Blmply for
th" sport ol' the thin';. Ihe I'e-h !,, Ing
! lmmedlatelj returned to thi ir native
\ 'lee in' Seine mesa boys from one
, in' the ships lei down -i wire waste
: paper   lutskel   a!id   lir lllglll   up  a   fall
] load ai ihe lir;i .attempt, while an ordinary bucket lf'i down is reported to .   ~"      , .  T
hu\  wl h equal bucc-bb.      In on ���   Straight and  Simple Stat    ���  ���������   t
I case ihe b rt'lng managi d tn turn over
I a seine nol which they hud Riled nnd
j it 11 sale to |. i aotual I'.n-' hul tic
;a i mass of fish close to Hi - shorei  s ;.,,���,, ,:.i,, ,,,., .������, ,���,���,,��� t0 tap]    ��������������     '
heavi i   and   tossoB   rlioiil   Ilie   small I ' .    ,   ..���    ,   .   i.    '"'   ���>
m advice tUKtKA4&fc.%��&,
..���,,, .,�������� .uu.jJHarness Oil ^ SSSi..
Deilers everywhere
IHE IMPERIAL C!L COMPANY, ilMiTSD
CUUED HLR SON
-> :- -
$t A ���������
ot  Another Grand Core hy the Old   \mm
Oanidlan Kid.n'y Remedy.
Uprin-ghttvon, 5 ai'inoiith ( o., N.B
lll*l .1,0 m
yonii
Why Jane, wh re
ladieji   1 ibniigiil
You oughl in Wear
SMFORirS SQVERE16!
iRAND CLOTHES
mmu .������ n iiiiiiiiiwmiiiiiii
reliable merchants have them
in slock
leaves  and   tosses  riemi   tin*  ��u:i , ' ,   ', ",���.. .���,,,���, .������ .,. .   .,,,,,   ���"���' *" ��� "' ���*"*���'��� ��� "" ���   ���    '  "'"""
crnfl  aud scows    riding    nl    anchor '.""   ..r... " ���V'      ' ,' ,, '    , ?'|t   'in , ' l""'"1 'h9ra <oml !n ��" 1,""r ;1 "    ,
-here.    The run will last for nnolher c;   ''" ���'' "\:. .'," [ ', '    "    ��� 1 .     ',:"=" -So ynu did,   mum:    they'd
cmiple of momhs- ?���> ,Hn0 tfm '          >               Uotlas  been to the coolclni   ehool, mum, and
  Kidney Pills. .,   the thr it them's been down In the
  ���My   Htieon-year-old   boh   Angus,^klsohen ever sluce bllin' a c6-g.
A visitor at the sraBide went Into a Mi*b.   Trefry   states,  "buffered   trom |
w
to
;i lm.
'ing
your I'
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ill-
sist
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taving a
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l
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loonl poBlofllce, and wllh lil bjtiet of Ualn In Ills back, headache,   and   u ���.,,,,���,,.,.���,��� i.,,,ii ln���,,,i ,,.,.,   been
get tug   nto converwit on, asked tin-, pain ovei the oyos. ,    ���\"'"1"" ll '"''"' '   "''     ";,'"
postmuri i-  wl,..  his vleva wen- a.ii    "ii,, wi,, bo bad he could nol walk  ��hi>wlug round a letter   ha   he has
o inn,ni-e'ii,i. : :���.,-,..,, ul0 ii,,,,,-.    Mi I'ruudB udvlB .1  }������� ^vea from one of Wi oan   ���
1    Haven'  it, i  vlowfl ot thai kind, re . ,,,. i��� give bin.. Dodd's Kidney P.lla. I tuenU.     The writer li evld;.i ly .. .:���
j pl.eii the offlclal, bin we've got boiho     -ii���v cured hlin." ' llril ��''!'���" -l.,v'J'? ""'"I'' " ,"!'   ,>.""
linn postcards of the\icw viaduct, the     That young Trefry's   kidneys   were ^���i'-'lli \" ��8 |s;;lii   ��'���'��� ;|ml.!��.-.'
Duptlsi Church, and the new library,   wrong   Is evidenced    bj    the   cure,   oourse ol the letter ha asks ll  ll  Is
 .. Dodd's Kidney rills   only   cure   ills-  compulsory.
I Mlnard's Llnlmont Relieves Neuralfjia. I oased kidneys.    They never fall to do      ! ���'   '���      '  11" '"'��� ho ^">i, "" '" ' v
| It-hat.
A Binull ien  who liiiil i.e. ii naui'.iii.v     The reason they cure rlienn.ar.i--n,
tiier lhai In* must backache, gravel, dropsy, Urlght's dis-
II- (low up3 airs ease   diabetes, and kindred dlscnsas,      Corns  cause  much   suffering,   bin
., i   , i   i,     tar corner under a bid.   la that these all sprlus from d Border-   llollowpy's Corn Cure offers a sperdy,
Jus! then the father c home. The  ctl kidneys. ��� sure, and sattotactory relief,
mother told him w'aai had occurred,      If you bave any rr these dts a-es; -������ ������������
I'a   weni   upstairs  and  proceeded  to  you haven't tried Dodd's K'dnry Pills.       iho Barber (altera Bhave)���Hail
crawl under the be4 toward th.? young-  Ask  your  nnighbors,      'liey'll  tell   dyod, sir
pia 0: If my preseni wife dies, am 1
compelled tu marry her Bister?
was ii 11 ii\ lilt
uu..- a   w'aipi'i i
Bter, wlio whlspen I cxclttdly:  Hello  yon Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure
pap, Is she after you too? I them,
i'W* \-'-\ 'u u; *i 5.,(-1
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The Call
Booker'WaBhlngton, a?- all the world
knows, believes that the salvation uf
Uis race Hi a In Industrj ���     Thus li a
young i, i;i it wanta to be a clergyman
lie will ne el  with    little   enc mruge-
.   inent from tlie head ot Tuske ee, but
Customer (bald   head��d)���\es,    it   ir h��� wallta ,��� ,,,, ., blaoksmith or a
died about five yean, ago.
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER ADD MUD.
Mrs* Winslow's Boothino Syrup has i>cmi
n��d for over SIXTY YJXAUSby i\|M,l,mr,s of
DIOTHBKR fiT tlieir CHrI.DRKN Willie
TJtttTHlNQ. v;iili PEKPKCT SUCCESS. It
600THHS tlie ClUl.li. SOF'l ENS Uie GUMS.
ALWYSall tain ; CURES WIND COMC, and
jy the beat remedy for DIARRUCUA. H is ab-
totutely liarmless. Be sure and t.nk. for "Mrs.
VVinBlow'a Snotliing Syrup," and take uo othet
ki/id.   Twenty-live cents a bottle.
.WW *vniJ*,-r��*...*��**.*��**i
ViAl-li HELP WANTEO
AGENTS WANTEtJ
Wanted���Agents for Hall am'. Wind-
Btorui Insurance,     Apply The Canada
Weather Insurance tlomiiany, (DotulD.
Ion License), Winnipeg, Muu.
if. fc-i-fe* S
<**-^^.��c; if
WtA ?A>>''4
The Diplomatic Salesman
An elderly lad entered a shop and
asked to be shown some tablecloths.
The salesman brought u pile and
showed tin in to her, but she said she-
had seen these before���nothing suited
her.
Haven't yon something new? she
asked.
The man (hen brought another pile
and showed them to her, These are
the newest pattern, he said. Vou
will notice the edge runs round the
border and llu* centre i�� In the. middle,
Dear me, yes! 1 Will take half a
dozen of those, said the lady.
THE BLESSiN
:HeaIthy Mothers and Children Make Happy Homes
Motherhood is woman's highest sphere
In life. It is the fruition of her dearest
hopes and greatest desires; yet thousands of noble women through some derangement havebeen denied this blessing.
In many homes once childless there are
now children because of the fact that
Lydia E.Pinkham'sVegetable Compound
makeswomennormal.healthyandstrong.
���This is evidenced by the following letters
which are genuine and truthful:
London, Ont.-"I wish to thank you
for the benefit I received by taking your
��famous medicine,
; Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound. Before my
j baby was born I was
so ill I could not
| stand long or walk
any distance. 1 had
to lie down nearly
all the time. After
I took your medicine
I felt like a new woman. I could work
from morning till night and wbb happy
and well. I certainly think it relieves
pain at childbirth and recommend it to
evcrywomanwhoispregnant. You may
use this testimonial if you like. It may
help some other woman. "-Mrs. Frank
.Corbm, 132 Adelaide St, London, Ont.
Brooklyn, N.Y.-"I was ailing all tha
time and did not know what the matter
was. I wanted a baby but my health
would not permit it I was nervous, my
aide ached and I wbb all run down. I
heard that Lydia E. Pinkham' s Vegetable
Compound was good and took the medicine. I have now a beautiful baby and
your Compound has helped me in every
way."���Mrs. J. J. Stewart, 299 Hura-
holdtSt.. BrooVlvn. N.Y.
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bricklayer ills welcome Is warm and
li early.
Dr. Washington in n recent addn sj
In Chicago Baid:
'I im world is over [till ol pr  ich
and  when  an aspirant   (ir '���'.: ���  pul-
pli   comes   in   me,   i   am   li
in tell him iiiioui in - old uncle work
insi in tho cotton li> Id who said:
'De   colton   am  so   era ���.-:���.   l)      vi
am so hard an ' de Bun am so hoi   in
feel sure thai iliis darky am called bi
preach!
TO CURS  A CCLD  IN ONE  DAY
Take   I ANA rivr.   RROMO    .
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PALATIAL C.P.R. HOTEL AT CALGARY
The latest link in Ihe chain of Ho-tels owned and operated by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, is now
in course of construction al Calgary. This Hotel, In size and architectural design, as well as the sumptuo'usness
of the furnishings and general appointments, will rival anything of Its kind in Western Canada. Tlie cost of
the Hotel is said to he approximately $1,200,000, and it is expected that it will be opened for patronage some
time during the coiiiinR summer, or in any event before the end of 1913.
i     The riding master ot n era i    ��� a
ry regiment has a very sarcastic way
j of dressing d iwn  hlB  re . .   i
putting them through   their   [a,    -���
! One horse in th ��� riding   bi hool
'played  oup-and-ball  with  his  woultt-
I in*  rider,  and deposit d   li m  i n   t .������
I mat for the twentieth tlm -.
1     T he Instructor wall d for the poor
; fellow to regain  hU  feel  and    i I
j 'I lint's n very good horse, and
lently trained, bul surely you don   ex-
I pent him to catch you every time rou
j ci,,ne down.
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Eczema Cured
Thrse Years Ago
EsstGlty Dootors Faile-j, But Cure
Was Effeotod by Use of
Dr. Ciiase's Olntmsnt.
Not to be Caught
A distant relative had taken up his
quarters with a newly-married couple
who had received him with every
mark or consideration. But when,
after a week's stay in their house ihe
guest began to make himself more
and more at home the couple delib'r-
ated on the best, means of getting rid
of the hanger-on and Intruder without offend!ni; blm.
I tell you what, said Ihe husband,
to-morrow at dinner I will grumble
about the soup, saying It is over-salted; you will then flare up, and when
the dispute Is at Its height we will appeal to the decision of our relative.
IT he takes yonr part I will turn him
out of doors, nnd if he sides with me
you will do the same.
The plan was acted upon, and in
the midst of the quarrel the husband
and wife called upon their guest to
declare which of them was iu the
right.     But the latter coolly replied:
You see, my dears, during tin*
couple of inontihs I Intend staying witu
you 1 have made .up my mind not to
interfere in yonr domestic broils.
Bet He Did
Mtiudie, asked her dearest friend,
did  Hob kiss you last night?
The very idea! Why do you ask
such a question?
Oil, happened to hear him say he
liked your cheek.
Tlie worms that Infest children
from tlieir birth ar? of two kinds,
those thai find lodgement in tlie stomach and those that are found in Uhe
iutestlnes. The latter are the most
destructive, as they cling to the walls
of the Intestines and If not Interfered
with wjjrk havoc there. Miller's
Worm Towdert dislodge hoth kinds
and while expelling Hum from the
svstein serve to repair the damage
they have caused.
Indulgent Uncle���The trouble with
you,   Horace,   is   thnt   you   inne   mil
struck your proper vocation. You
hnven'l found yourself yet.
Scapegrace     Nephew���Huh! Ynu
want me to be a Belf-seeker, do you,
uncle?
A Water Clock
The Brahmin's clocks divide the day)
Into sixty hours of twenty-four mill-1
utes each, called ghurees. Ocnaslona-
ly a twenty-four-minute sand-giass ,s
used, but more   commonly   a   copper,
bowl  with u very small hole in the'
bottom of it. this howl being placed
on ihe surface of Ihe water and gradually filled.      U the hole in the lint-
torn Is correctly sized, the bowl sinks
in twenty-four minutes; this registers
the duration of Ihe ghui-ec.     An a',
ti'iidiinf thereupon empties the basil,
and strikes tlie hour of tbe nighi on
a gong,
W.  N.  U    940
Convincing
I    Oil. papa!  Algernon has asked me
| to marry him.
The nervy pup! What has he ever
; done to dC3erie you"
i   Well, Algernon is a writer of some
note.
Is that so?   Can you convince me
] of that?
Certainly, here is the note.
Not Musical
An active but rather Illiterate member of a cortaln club was Informed I
at the last committee meeting that the
members had decided to give hlni an |
honorarium for his assistance.
Thank you, gentlemen, for your
kindness, Bald he, but It's of no use'
to me      I really couldn't play It!    i
"Bample free if you write National
Drug mill Chemical Co., of Canada,
Limited, Toronto,"
They Get Together
Why do they couple fuss and feathers?
'they go together. When a woman
spends a week's salary for feathi rs,
naturally her husband makes a fuss.
Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere.!
The young lover of old Egypt was
in despair.
And to think, he wailed, that I
should lose everything I had trying;
to cortifr the fig market. Now I do j
not know when we can be married I
Why I haven't even a house.
The beautiful daughter of tlie Nile
smiled reassuringly.
Cheer up. my dear, she whispered,
you can liull%lhe house yourself.
But where :s Ihe material?
In  our date garden,      You know,;
each of your love letters was written
on  u  brick;   I  have saved  them  all.':
Now get yonr   overalls   and   go    to
work.
Thrlftv. Indeed, were the daughters
of old Egypt.
Two   Utah   men   have   patented   a
simple implement which   cores   and
quarters an apple in the sumo opera-;
Hon.
Mrs. A. T. Smith.
You apply Dr. Chase's Ointment for
eczema and feel the benetit as If by
magic. It may take some days to get
the sores cleaned out an 1 the heal.ng
process fully established, but from
day to day you can see the old trouble
gradually disappearing and know that
you are getting rid of It.
Mrs. A. T. Smith, 1 Mt Charles St.,
Montreal, Que., writes:���" I had eczema on my leg for iour years, and
tried many remedies and doctors in
Montreal and Boston, without ar.y
benefit. I ufed three boxes of Dr.
Chase's Ointment and was cured completely. This vras three years ago.
Since then I used Dr. Chase's Ointment for Irritations and eruptions of
the skin. Rnd easily got rid of them
with two or three applications. Dr.
Chase's Ointment ls a wonderful preparation."
Dr. Chase's Ointment. 80 cents a
box. all dealers or Fldmanaon, Hates
at Co., Limited, Toronto. The Royal Bank of Canada
COURTENAY, B. C, BRANCH
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Deposits of $1   a-'.d Upwards   Received   and  Interest
llowed at Current Rates
DRAFTS ISSUED
on All the Principal Towns  in   Canada,  the  United
Slates and Europe
R. H. HARDWICKE     -     -   MANAGER
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A Weekly  Newspaper,   Published  at
Courtenay, It. C.
N. II. Bodkn, Militor ami Proprietor
Subscription*/!.��� per Year iii Advance
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Mr. Richard Carter has a fine
rhubarb patch. On Monday lie
had some samples ten inches long.
He expects to gather about do lbs.
to-day.
A fair sized crowd gathered at
the opera house on Tuesday (.veiling to attend Prof. Kidson'.** dance.
A number were down from Gum-
bjrland The music was good and
everbody enjoyed themselves,
Wm. Pendred, is in the Cumberland gaol, charged with passing a
raised cheque on McPhee aud
Morrison's last fall. He was
caught at Vancouver last week.
The cheque was raised from $5.75
to $85.75.
Messcrs. Rcoville and Brine of
the Acadia Trust went to Vancouver on Sunday's boat, rehiring on
Tuesday, The company has taken
offices iu Mr. Calhoun's building
and will be ready for business in a
few days.-
Ja.s. Crawford was sent to gaol
for three months by Magistrate
Abrams last week, for supplying
liquor to Indians on the' Comox
reserve. T. George, an Indian,
was also sent to gaol for one month
for being drunk.
In our report of the Philharmonic
Concert last week we inadvertently
omitted to mention that Miss Dingwall played the accompaniments
for the Quartetes. Miss Dingwall
while not a member of the Society
kindly gave her services which were
much appreciated.
Union street presents quite an
urban appearance this week. Four
large buildings are being erected,
viz. the Riverside hotel addition,
Tarbell's hardware store, Aitkeu's
bakerv aud Morocchi's bakery,
aud, the removal of the old landmark from the bank corner.
Messers. McPhee and Morrison
had a steamer in on Sunday with a
load of supplies, when coming up
the river on Saturday morning she
ran onto a sand bar and stuck fast,
necessitating her lying there all
day Saturday, when tlie high tide
came in Saturday night she iloated
clear, and steamed hits port. A
large gang of men unloaded her, so
that she got away with the tide
Sunday evening.
Mr. Cokely has purchased a new
Ford car.
If you wan t picimcs framed
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton
Have a photo of your residence
taken bv the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Prices moderate
Miss Lillie Tucker is nt the Cumberland hospital, suffering with
rheumatism,
Messrs. Cameron & Allan held a
large farm stock sale for Mr. 11. S.
Porteous yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Lewis is building a new paint
shop for Mr, F. P. Hulley, the
painter, next to the Royal Dank.
The Royal Commission of Agriculture will make their headquarters at the Restmore during their
stay in town.
A new letter box has been put
on the post office door. This will
be a great convenience for people
coming to town late.
While going towards Sandwick
yesterday morning, in a hurry,
Bert Whipple's car skidded when
near the forks of the river, with
the result that the front wheel was
broken out.
An Indian lad named Johnston
got tangled up in a belt at Kil-
patrick'i mill on Wednesday, of
last week. A bad shaking up and
asevare scalp wound resulted. He
1 was taken to the Cumberland Hospital and is improving rapidly.
The Royal Commission  of Agri-
I culture, which meets here   to-day,
j arrived in town yesterday, coming
over  from  Alberni  by  car.    The
I commission is composed as follows:
I Messrs.   Haywood, chairman, Kid-
I son, Campbell,   Lucas,   Shannon,
\V. Duncan, Christenson and Stenographer Downey.
On Tuesday morning early risers
might have noticed Mr. E. Lindon
wending his way homeward with a
fine strii g of fish which he had
caught in one of the northern tributaries of the Courtenay. Everybody knows Eruie's proverbial luck
and had he been coming from the
Comox direction, it might have'
been surmised that he used silver j
bait. ( '
It would seem that the members
of tlie Board of  Trade are uot  the ,
only persons who  are iu favour  of I
Courtenay  owning her  own water
works.    A letter from Mr, Btasley,
superintendent ol the E. & N. Ry,, I
advises the citizens to by all means
keep control of   the water  supply,
and also stating that  the company \
j would not be allowed to cross tlieir
property without an order from the
I Railway Commission.
New Goods Coming In on ttvery Boat
Prices as Low as tlie Lowest
Chas. H. Pigott
LAZO, P. O.
Mr. P. R. W. Stainforth of Salmon Arm B, C, was a visitor in
towu during the Inst few days. Me
purchased 15 acres in the Bayview
Subdivision from Cameron and
Allen. Mr. Stainforth is a sticces-
ful and experienced fruit grower
and says that the land in the Hay-
view Subdivision isjvery well suited
for fruit growing. He will be back
here shortly to build and get his
land into shape, [
Ou Friday evening the Courtenay !
Tennis Club held a very successful
dance  nt  the opera   house,     Tlie1
room was very tastefully decorated, j
the stage being arranged as a draw-1
ing room, where supper was served.
Among  those present  were- Capt
and Mrs. Moggs. Mrs. Bailey Miss
Ballard   (a   visiior from the   old
country) Mr. and Mrs. Tommason
Mrs. and Miss  Foote, Mr. Cicery,
Miss Glenny,   Mr.   Procter,  Mrs.
Idiens,  Miss Game,   Mr. Hatton,
Miss weaver,   Mr.    Endall,   Mrs  I
Allen,    Mr. Marshall   Mr,  Ross
Mr.  T.  T. Greave, Mr.   0   Cook
and others.    The music being rendered by Miss Anderson's orchestra.
:     The social  held by   the  Ladies'
! Aid Society  iu   the  Agricultural
1 Hall,   on   Tuesday   evening, was
well   attended.    A short   program
included a speech from Mr,   Wm.
I Duncan, a  gramophone   selection,
song by Mr.   E. Lindon,   ventriloquism by   Colin Campbell,   recita-
I tion by Mr. Kirkwood, a  duett by
Messrs.    Shepherd    and    Lindon,
j Tea was  served,   cake and   candy
I were   for sate,   and were  all   sold
I out.   The autograph competetion
1 was won  by  Miss  Piercy.   Some
industrious  young ladies  had prepared   a   museum,   which   was a
source   of  much  amusement and
! revenue.      The   guessing   contest
I was won by  Mr. Wilkie and   Miss
j Piercy.    A handsome sum was  realized by the ladies towards their
1 new church.
We invite your inspection, to our new
arrivals of men's
fancy shirts, in all the
latest styles and
shades
Men's cotton, light
woollen, silk, nierimo
and union underwear
See our new coatless
suspenders
Still to the front  in
tailored suits, manufactured by the Art Tailoring Co.,
Limited, of Toronto
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If   you sow poor   fiocil yon lose   the profit from   your land for   twelve
months.   Rennieta Field  Heeds nre   the  Standard of   Canada.    I will
have on liaiiil a complete stock at Catalogue Prices,   Order early before
the supply runs out
Guaranteed Karly Rose] Secil Potatoes
Turkey Kkrs, $3 per setting A few Ilirils (or sale
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Phone F 81 Courtenay
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At The Corner Store, Sandwick
This Week's Specials
Seeded Raisins, 3 pkgs for 2,ie. Gold Crest Tea. '.', lbs. for 75c.
Sheriff's Jelly Powder, 3 pkgs for 26e.       Post Toasties, 3 pkgs for 25e.
MagicBaking Powder, 20c. per tin.    Quaker Puffed Rice 3 pkgs for 25c.
Eirst Class Quality
Good Selection
Prompt Delivery
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New Townsite, Comox Harbor
Witli its suowclad mountains in the background, sea and green
fields in tlie foreground it makes a picture worth painting
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CAMPBELL'S
New Season's
NGEES
The Selections this Year are Better Than Ever
HEAVY COATING PONGEE
36 Inches Wide, $1.50 Per Yard,  in a Popular
Coarse Grain Material
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li Notes and Comments
It is safer to judge a man by the
apperanee of his back yard and
alley way than that of his front
lawn,
It might be a good thing for
Canada to have a law prohibiting
legislators from having pay for the
time a deadlock continues during
prolonged useless discus; i mis. Iu
all probability it would hasten
matters.
BICYCLES
The  renowned   Massey,   Brantford
and  Standard   Cycles   kept
in   Stock
Your  Inspection   Invited
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
SOLE AGENTS
Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best  Wines
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
0. H. FECHNER, Prop.
SUTTON'S
SEEDS
From Reading, England
Seedsmen to His Majesty the King
A. J. Woodward
Sole Agent
512 Granville Street,   Vancouver,
615 Fort Street, Victoria
NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that meetings
of the Provincial Agricultural Commission will he  held  at the  following
place= .
Nanaimo���April llth, 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m.
City Hull.
Parksville���April 12th, 10 a.m., Agricultural Hall.
Alhenii���April 16th, 10 a.m. and 2.30 p.m j
April Kith, lu a.m.. Court itouBe.
Courtenay���April 17th and 18tli, 11 a.m.
and 2.31 p. in. of both daya, Agricultural Hall
Duncan���April 21st and 22nd, 10 a.m. and
2.31) p.m. of both day��, Court home.
Tho Commission will hear evidence on all
matters affecting agricultural condition! in
the province. All persona Interested are invited to be present.
W H. HAY WARD, M. L. A.,
Chairman
C. B. OHBISTENSKS,
Secretary. mh 2j
The man who vociferously asserts
that the world owes him a living
never acts in a way to convince
people. Thu man is almost invariably an idler and a nuisance. The
mnn who does his best to make a
living has neither time nor disposition to shout about what the world
owes him. 1
A chief of police in one of the
principal cities who enjoyed the'
title of "Golden Rule" has gone
wrong and so proved that he did |
not live up to the name bestowed
on him by his admiring friends.
Nevertheless the Golden Rule is
still on deck aud the more people
that practice it the better both for
themselves and the world generally
J. Pierpont Morgan died worth
$100,000,000, yet all he got out of
life was what he ate and what he
wore. He may have, and no doubt
did do, a great many good deeds,
but a man who accumulate." as vast
a fortune as he, must have made
someone go hungry at some time,
to gain his ends. And yet he
could take no more with him into
the Great Beyond than the poorest
man.   Death is a great leveler.
Acadia Trust Co.
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Acts as Trustees, Administrates of Estates, General
Financial Agents, Real Estate, Mortgages,
Loans, Insurance, Etc.
4 % Paid on Deposits
Property owners of the Comox Valley are specially
invited to list their real estate with this Company
ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce that we have just received one of
the finest lines of Undertaking and Embalming Supplies
ever  shown   in B. C.,   consisting of   Caskets.  Coffins,
Burial Robes, Etc., Etc.
We are graduates in Anatomy, Sanitary Science, and the
Science of Embalming, and are prepared to do Embalming for Export or Domestic Burial, in the most scientific
u^i^Jf manner. Calls answered day or night
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The Furniture & Undertaking Co.
COURTENAY
would be a paying investment if
the whole district would cooperate
in the matter. This subject might
be taken up by the Fanners Institute and Board of Trade along with
the rural telephone question.
"Mac's" Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proprietors
Leroy S. Cokely
Dominion and B. C.
Land Survevor
Sub-division Work
a Specialty
Courtenay  -  B. C.
Water Notice
For A Licence To Taku Ann Use Watir
NOTICE in hereby given that The Courtenay Waterworks Co., Ltd., of Courtenay,
11. C, will apply for a licence to take and use
5 cubic feet per second of water out of an
unnamed Creek, which Hows in a northerly
direction through Fractional Section 2, Township 9, Lots 228, 227, 134. 155, 79, 127
and 112, (anil empties into Courtenay
lliver, near Courtenay. The water will be
diverted at Fractional Section 2, Township 9
and will be used for municipal purposes on
the laud described as Courtenay and vicinity.
This notice was posted on the ground on the
Nth day of April, 1913. The application will
be tiled in the oftice of the Water Kecorder at
Victoria.
Objections may be filed with the said Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
THE COURTENAY WATERWORKS
COMPANY, LIMITED.
By R. M. Allan, Secretary.
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courtenay
Wood! Wood!
Wood!
Now is the Time to Think of
this Burning Question
The Courtenay Wood Supply
Co..  can  Execute Your
Orders Promptly
Do  not   Delay   Getting   in
Your  Winter's  Supply,
but at once communicate with
Kenneth A. Grieve
Phone 36
Water Notice
Fou A Licence To Store or Pen Back Water
NOTICE is hereby given that The Courtenay Waterworks Co., Ltd., of Courtenay,
li. C, will apply for a license to store or pen
back one million gallons acre-feet of water
f r(.m ��n unnamed Creek, a stream flowing in a
northerly direction and emptying into Courtenay River, near Courtenay. The water will
be stored in a reservi.ii of 1,900,(1110 gallons
capacity, built or to be built at point of intake
and will be used for municipal purposes as
authorized by Water Record No. , Water
Licence No, , or under a notice of application for a license to take nnd use water, posted
herewith, on the land described as Fractional
Part of Sec. ',*, Township 9. Comox lJistriet.
This notice was posted on the ground nn
the 8tli day of April, .913 The appllcatio
will be filer! in the office of the Water Recorder at Victotia.
Objections may be filed with theaaid Water
Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
THE COURTENAY WATERWORKS
COMPANY, LIMITED;
By R, JI. Allah, Secretary.
I Recently a Chicago woman who
spoke out of her own experience,
said she never, wants to hear anything more pertaining to a fast and
gay life. With true pathos she
said: "After all there is very little
of the gay about it." In this remark she undoubtedly told the truth
and expressed the sentiment of
others who have traversed the. same
path but not everyone is so honest
about it as she has been. Wheu
men and wonen live in defiance of
what experience and conscience
prove to be right they are bound
ultimately to pay the penalty, well
ordered institutions, like that of
the family, cannot be ignored or
encroached upon without loss and
disappointment, and all gayety enjoyed at the expense of good morals
must end iu dissatisfaction.
A Learned Euorpeau   scientist
says that man has made no appre
ciable advance in   the last 7,000
years, a'statement that goes to show
that learing and wisdom do not always go together, and that learing
may be one-sided.   No one can read
the history of the human race without reaching the conclusion that
not alone in arts and science, but
also in social, political, and moral
conditions man has steadily advanced.   The advance may have been
disappointingly slow at times, still
there has been advance.   Confining
one's observation to one thing���
that of war���it must strike every
observer that while war, to use the
expression of a famous general, is
"Hell," yet in recent years war is
conducted with far greater humanity   than   once   prevailed.     The
wounded receive b.tter attention,
indiscriminate slaughter is no longer indulged in, prisoners are treated
humanely the honor of the captive
women is respected and, which is
no less striking, wars are shorter
in duration.
We would like to hear from our
correspondents each week if possible. Owing to the poor mail service
it is necessary that communications
be mailed on Monday in order to
reach us in time for publication.
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THE DEATH ROLL
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that after this
date I will not be responsible fur any
debts contracted by my family or anyone
else in my name
WILLIAM SMITH.
Late of Hornby Island
Dated at   Courtenay this 17th dav  of
March Wis.
5 Passenger Stoddart-Dayton
Motor Car For
Hire
Phone  36
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Union St.     Courtenay
If you want pictures framed
cabinet or sign worjt done go to
Ij. Sutton.
How much longer are the people
of Comox district going to put up
with the excuse for boat service
that the present steamers give us?
No matter where freight is shipped
from, it is held up at Vancouver,
and a curt note is sent from some
understrapper to   the effect   that
your goods are there and will be
held until you send so much money
to release them.   And in addition
to exceedingly high railway charges
have to pay wharfage and an additional charge for the boat service.
The   passenger   rate   is also too
high by half.    This district has
freight and passenger traffic enough
to warrant it in building or chartering a steamer of its own,  and it
The Late A. B. Crawford
The funeral of  the lats   A.   B.
Crawford took place from the family residence,   Riverside Farm,  on
Friday, April 4th, and was largely
attended by the residents   of  the
valley.    The services at the house
and church were conducted by Rev.
Thos. Menzies.   The ForeJters and
Orangemen, of which orders he was
a member, performed the last rites
at the grave of their departed brother,   The pallbearers were J. McPhee, J  B. Holmes, T. Beckensall
J. Grieves, J. Wilmshurst  and W.
Willard, all old friends of deceased.
Mr. Crawford was the son of the
late Samuel Crawford, who in 1870
settled on the homestead in the Comox valley, and died just 3 years
less 4 days before his son.   He first
saw the light of day in New Brunswick on May 3, 1854.   He came to
this country with his parents when
about 16 years of age via the Panama isthmus,  and with little help
cleared the whole of the farm of
240 acres upon which they settled.
Mr. Crawford was twice married
In November 1879 he married Miss
Lucinda Little.     They had nine
children, three of whom are dead :
Albert Byron died at  age of  28,
Susan Daisy aged 9,   and  Huellen
in infancy.   The six  living are :
Elizabeth  Blanche Andrews, with
three children 2 daughters and one
son,   living  at   Hoquiam, Wash.;
Annie Dora Qartwright, Vancouver
one child ; Dr. John Wesley Crawford of Ottawa, Ethel Marian McKay of Seattle, one child,  Lillie
Bertha Linn of California,  Alice
Maud Kanffer of Seattle.
In 1900 he married Miss Bertha
Giva Carto, daughter of the Jate
Samuel   Carto of   Comox,   three
children were born of this union,
Samuel Henry Crawford, Andrew
Byron Crawford,   Annie IBertha
Crawford,  all living at home.   He
also leaves one sister, Sarah  Mc-
Farland, who   lives at Sandwick.
About three   years ago he built a
warehouse  on  the   banks  of the
Courtenay, and embarked   in the
feed business  iu   addition  to  his
I farming operations," and which has
(developed into large   proportions.
He also lately opened a branch at
Cumberland.
I    He was very fond of horses and
WE have had a number of
enquires from intending settlers for farm lands in the
Comox District, and would be glad
to receive particulars and prices of
any properties for sale. On receipt
we will place the same before our
clients at once.   Owners only.
H .S. Lott & Co.
118 Pemberton Block        Victoria
took great pleasure in looking after
them. At the time of his death he
had about 35 excellent animals of
various ages.
Just a few weeks ago he went to
Vancouver and purchased a fine
little steamer, for hauling freight
from the Comox wharf, which was
the apple of his eye, and with
which he intended having much
pleasure this summer.
Mr. Crawford was a Conservative in politics, and in former
years took a verv active interest in
political affairs, being one of the
oldest members of the association
in the valley.
Farmers Market
Following are the quotations at
the New Westminster market on
Friday last:
ICIATS���WBOUSiU
Beef, forequarten      91-2 to if c
Beef, hindqaarten  11 13c
Veallarge 8 10:.
Veal, email 14
Mutton 10
Pork 18
HUTS���IIMJIi
Beef, beet rib rout 15
Beef, loin 18
Beef, round aleak	
Boiling beef 10
Veal 16
Pork 12
Mutton 12
Poultry���He ���, imalL per dot, 8 to $10 :
large, doc, 10 to 112 ; chickeni, doc, 4 to 16 ;
ducki, IS to 18 dollar* per doaen.
Fiah���Salmon 15c lb.; flounders 10c lb.,
Sturgion lb, .Be ; halibut lb, 10c ; iteelhead
lb, W;c ; tmelta 1*> 1' c.
Egg�����wholesale down, 40 to 42c, retail, 45
to s> c per dozen.
Butter-Wholesale, SOc, retail 40 to 45c lb
Applea fl to 11.26 per box.
18o
22c
2Cc
l*c
26c
He
20c
Advertise in The Review. Special Sale of
Golden Oak Diners
Leather added seals, si\ piece sets, raujrtng from $22 t.> $35 per set
Golden Oak nnd Mahogany Rockers from $5 to $10 each
Parlor Tdblea from $3.50 lo $7 each
Liici* nml Tapestry  Curtains ami   Auslani Muslin , all   sorts nud prices
Tlu' above Hue will be soltl at a discou'iil "i 20 pel cent, for canli during
the next thirty days
Wo oanv a full Hue <>f Piinilturo ami lloiisetiiriilslilngs, Ranges, l*)tc.
A. McKINNON
Dunsmuir Ave. Cumberland
If You get it at PLIMLEY'S It's All Right
Cycle For
Pleasure and
On Business
But be sure first that
you   have    a    wheel    ^S\.
which will give entire    >~v>
satisfaction,   a   wheel
which   will   do away
with cycling   worries.
Only such cycles are sold by Plimley and  whether
you pay $35 or $100 you are assured of maximum
value in appearance, finish and durability
Thos. Plimley
739 Yates St. Victoria, B. C.
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any article of mail matter, properly
prepaid,  by handing same to the |
courier who will giw the patron n
receipt.
With   thus.' improvements   the
patrons living ou the Rural Mail
Route will have every convenience J
afforded tli-m for the purchase of
Postage  Stamps,    Money  Orders, I
Postal Notes  ami registration of
letters etc. and with these facilities
available the success of the Kur.il
.Mail Service as a medium for the
postal requirements of n box holder,
living on the Rural Mail Route is
obvious.
In tin.' Victoria Division alone,
there are upwards of thirteen routes
now in operation and an aggregate
number of 3711 patrons who have
boxes erected conveniently to their
residences which practically series
the purpose of a post office,
Since the inauguration of the
Rural Mail Service its benefits arc
so apparent that it has been extensively made use of by the public,
and each mouth shows a substantial
increase in the numbers of patrons
on the various routes.
GET YOUR
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and
Shoe Shining clone by the
Courtenay Cleaners
w. 1,. SCOTT, Prop,
\i\i .I ��� in the Butcher Simp
Frank P. Hulley
Painting, Decorating and Kalgomlning
See my New Wallpaper
Samples
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
R. Athey
Contractor and Builder
Plans ami Estimates Supplied
on Short Notice
CODKTENAY
Express and
Dray Stables
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Facts Concerning Rural Mail
Delivery
It might interest our readers to
know that, the Post Office Department has recently extended the
convenience of the Rural Mail Delivery by which the patrons ou the
various routes may purchase Postage Stamps, Postal Notes, and
Money Orders from the Rural Mail
Couriers who are supplied with the
necessary forms for taking applications of money orders and purchase
of postal notes from the distributing
office on their respective routes.
It will not be necessary for the
courier to make a personal visit to
the patrons as these forms may be
left in the Rural Mail Box and the
matter will be carefully attended to
by. the courier.
As regards money orders and
postal notes the Department ��� has
provided forms of application for
same iu bundles of ten, and a
bundle is placed in their box io that
the patron may fill it out and thus
simplify the courier's work who
will then, only have to sign the
receipt for money received by him,
and on reachiug the distributing
office will purchase the money order
and place it in the patron's box on
the next trip or if preferred by the
patron there will be no objection to
give the courier the open letter in
which the money order or postal
note may be placed and forward
same to the addressee at once.
The   patrons may also register
THE   PASSING   OF   THE
OLD TIMER
There are none who are familiar
with the far west, here, but admires iu some way or another the
oldtimer. It is hard for us newcomers to realize what they were
up against in the old day's. Tlie
Pioneers, men and women alike,
were made of though fibre. We
tan only picture them in imagination lauding here, in what was at
that lime to all appearances a neck
in the woods, away olf behii d
God's back. Wc see this man.
with axe, saw and powder, striving to clear a few feet to erect a
covering from the elements. We
see this small space of ground
he has cleared being plowed by the
nose of a broad saw, before the introduction of the steel nosed del ver.
We see the woman doing her washing iu a coal oil tin, and hanging
her wash on a line spread between
two stumps, while the children
played tag round the charred logs.
The years rolled by and the hair
grew thin on the man's head and
whitened and lengthened in his
beard, the woman's eyes sank deep
in her head and furrows came in
the once smooth forehead, the
arms once plump and round grew
thin, and the children grew up and
supported themselves in various*
places. One by one they fall beneath the hand of death, and are
buried far away from the land of
their birth, beneath the whispering
fir and murmuring cedar. The silence of eternity steals over them
as lime goes on. They reach one
by one the noiseless land, there to
remain undisturbed by giant powder, the crash of tailing timber, the
rattle of milk pails, the hums of
creani separators and the lowing of
the cattle. The day of rest, for
which they yearned, has thrown
its mantle over them and tucked
them in snug and tight. Should
these be beyond a promised land I
trust that the Great Owner thereof
will give them a title without reservations to a large, cleared, aud
well stocked homestead, close to
Himself, This is the heart telt
wish of one who has learned to
love the Old-timer,
Box 167       Courtenay
PliKCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY,  B.C.
The Courtenay Hotel
livery Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but tlie BEST WINES an
LIQUORS at the liar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
The   Comox  Barber   ShoP
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class      ork
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E. DALRYMPLE,  Prop.
BYRNE BROS.
Manufacturers of
High-Grade Havana Cigars. "Monarch"
,'tiul "Oak Brand"
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cuslue Bxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
I
Waverley Hotel
Cumberland, M. C,
Best "( Ueiuors anil Cigars,  Hot ami
Cold Water, Baths, etc.
PRANK DAI,1,AS, Proprietor
Jos. Barrie
Tobacconist
Dealer in
Choice Fruits,
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland
Tl]e Star
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended to.   All kinds of
hauling doue
First-Class Buggies for Hire
ForSaleatAlllHotels j      A,ex   Maxwellj pr0pt
619 Johnson St.        Victoria Cumberland
TheStore    THE BIG    TheStore
of Quality    STORE    ol(Jualit5'
Warning
Boy���The coal man says he can't
let you have any more coal until
you've paid the bill you owe him,
Harduppe���You go back aud tell
him that if he allows me to freeze
to death he'll never get a, dashed
cent.
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON .ST., COURTENAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
F.  PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTENAY" B. C.
Subscribe for The   Review
Palaee Liveryi
&FeedStabIe
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
We also attend to wood hauling
JOS.   CAIRNS  &   SON
Proprietors
Paone 25 Courtenay
The Lonely One
I had a friend,
I loauded him ten;
I haven't seen
My friend since then.
Another friend,
He borrowed five,
I doubt if he
Is still alive.
For one more friend
I signed a note;
He disappeared���
I was the goat.
I'm now convinced
That, in the end,
A feller is
His qwu best friend.
This   is   our   Month   for   Offering
Bargains  in   Many   Lines
We are Stocktaking and January 31
must see a GREAT CLEARANCE
We   must   have   money,    and   we
need  the  room  for  new  goods
arriving
The  Opportunity is  Yours
Ex
Simon, Leiser & Co., Ltd.
TELEPHONE 38 CUMBERLAND
O. H  TARBELL
CUMBERLAND
Plumbing and Heating a  Specialty
Wesarry \:  nmt   complete stock of Hardware
Paints and Oils, Guns, Ammunition  and Fishing Tackle in the District
AGENT FOR
The McClary Manufacturing Co., The Albion Stove Works
The Sherwin-Williams Paint and Varnish Co.
A McClary Kooteuay Range or Saskalta delivered anywhere in Courtenay Valley without extra charge
Buy Your Range at Tart-ell's. They will .deliver anil set up, free of
charge ami Guarantee Satisfaction I>
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUNII WALKER, C.V.O.. LUI), D.C.I... President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Mniwufr AiiNUtnnt Generul Mnnnger
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may bu opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
sau-c careful attention as is given to all other departments of tlie
Bank's business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in lliis
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        M
W. T. WHITE, Manager, Courtenay, Comox and Cumberland Branches
Conuix branch open on Tuesday, from io to 3
a'*W**'V'��v'��w'4U'a a'a��-V
Comox Co-Operative Society
Butchers
Dealers in Meats, Farm fff
Produce, etc.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Courtenay
Union Street
Wilson Reads From Psalms
When Woodrow Wilson took the
oath of office he opened the Bible
at random and his lips brushed the
following verses of the 119th Psalm:
"And take not the word of truth
utterly out of my mouth, for I
hoped in thy judgments. So shall
I keep thy law continually forever
and ever. And I Y.'ill walk at liberty, for I seek thy precepts. I
will speak of thy testimonials also
before kings and I will not be
ashamed. And I will delight myself in thy commandments, which I
love. My hands also will I lift up
unto thy commandments, which I
love, and I will meditate in thy
statutes."
mately prescribed was plenty of
pure food, sunlight, fresh air and
sleeping outdoors all of the time,
All Needed Vacation
Said Jones to the deacon: "I see
you are going to give your minister
a three months vacation."
'We are," said the deacon to
Jones.
"Isn't that a long time?''
"Maybee. But we need a re��t,
just as much as the preacher does."
Discovered Rare Disease
During the eighteenth century
Dr. Percival Pott of London, who
was one of the best known physicians in that period, discovered the
disease of the spine which he called
"vertebral caries," or decay of the
backbone.     The   treatment ulti-
"Swat The Fly"
It has now been discovered that
"Swat the fly" was a rather lacking expression and it is to be supplanted by "Starve the fly," which
is more to the purpose and, if followed up, will result in a more
general extinction. It is just
about time now to begin this process. It can be done by cleanliness, by screening, by sanitation,
by persistent work. It is .a. matter
of the greatest importance, for it
affects the lives aud health of
thousands of human beings.
Our New Spring Goods are
Here and are Ready for
Your Inspection
In   Our   Gent's Furnishings Department   will be
found an exceptionally fine   range of Men's Negligee Shirts with soft detachable   to   match,  also
Ponge Silk in White and Champagne
We have also a very fine selection of Hats, in all
the latest styles and colors
In our Shoe Department we have the very latest in
footwear, made on American lasts, for Men, Women and Children
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6
Courtenay
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Hobberlin Clothes are tailored right���they hold their shape. No>
part is Stinted. The "unseen" or "inside" parts arc tailored as
correctly as the parts that show. We can please the most
particular dresser with Hobberlin clothes. If we fail, we return
every dollar. We're satisfkd with nothing less than your
complete satisfaction.    That, is the way wc feel about it.
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THE NEW SUITINGS
McPhee & Morrison
We are Sole Agents for The House of Hobberlin, Ltd.
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Good Shows
Two big picture shows at the
Opera House to-night and Saturday
night.   Don't miss them.
CUDMORE & BREAKER I T        p        <\STON
Contractors for Land Clearing and ! J ���        *-"      __._..
Logging, Etc.
Orders may be left  at Beadnell &
HORNBY ISLAND
Callin' s.office
Courtenay     A -     B. C.
GO WITH THF. BUNCH TO
I am a short caulked logger        ��� 1  r��
Of fame and prosper too, I Potter S  FoOI Room
I've blacksiuithed and I've bull-
cooked
In this man's lumber crew.
Now Porter drives the horses
The team consists of eight,
Four of them are able brutes
And the rest of them are skates
Johnston slings the rigging,
And Peter barks the logs,
Gus greases twice on every skid
And Jabez drives the dogs.
Now Victor he's a bucker,
That chafes the logs in two;
To snake them   down  the skid
road
Of this man's lumber crew,
Sampson is the skid road man
That iu the earth digs seams,
And lays in chunks of cord wood
To  sleep in   their   noon  day
dreams.
Some places he needs plenty skids
Some places very few,
To prevent the miring of the team
In this man's lumber crew.
McDonald he's the faller
With a crooked saw he works
T'would break the heart of any
man
For it only cuts In jerks.
And now my song Is ended
I'll bid this place adieu,
I'll limp away without delay
From this man's lumber crew.
--Hornby Island Billy,
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
rioving Pictures
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
Au Entire Change of Programme
Twice weekly
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor
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Basement Willar.i Block
Loggers Boots and Shoes Made
RepairiiiR Neatly and   Prompt!)    I     *
C. W.  Shannon^
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free ot Charge
Shannon Block,      Courtenay
SWAN'S
POOL ROOM
The Best in Town
E. SWAN, Prop.
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I RESTMORE ROOM
I AND GRILL
\ The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
I      BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
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[       FABER & FABER, Props.
I   Telephone 3-5 COURTENAY, B. C.
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lawyer, said in Wtishlni ion ol a *.���*.*>-
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h ii-- .���' ne 1 >r ni 1 ippointmeiil. ll
v. ���, ������. pi. "ia lem relli f in many ens ������
vi i ire -ii .��� su cnili it l.'iin il im biivi
lilt, ny  fail il.
No Stone Unturned
A  countryman who visited  Loudon
lost   ii'rf   ;olil  �� iti h.    Hi' trotted oil
i.i .-.    land i':i:.i nnd lold them aboul
li a   .'..���.     !��� i Ii iii Ir usual polll
''.  .   liiei  Infornii il    llitu    Hmi    Hi i
Every   mother  who  nulla  to   mind
libi* 11-111 :; 1 liioud It 10W1   li  a  iii'kuiiI-
iy in i' il .1...,.>'.! ,  is iiif.-i) in ne; n Help
.ui.l       Ll   '.   I.I    1.1.1 lu ;    ni ���    )'l Sll'8    in,-
I ..  en  i ci   ii  11.; - .hi 1  "ii- 11 uue id,
,1    li   111   il   1 lull    M'Ott Hlg   Bil'IB   lll'OOP
and lii'i.iiii,'   11,1 jilo,    ..in i'i.   aiiii
uei'voin .     Nii'lur.' is culling 1'ov more
II ui.l uii   1111 11 Hi ��� 11,11.1. enii . up
ily nnd aisns of ill 11 >���������' in 0 : Inlnlj
���villi 111   iu  dull   I'." e,  I'.illi 1   1 be i.'.
iicl i'li, 1. ��� :lis, a hingiiid 1 ii n, 11... ni
dej i'i.-. Ion, headaches and 11 iIibII ip
tor too I. 'I boi e sifciia : 11 11 a.i;i. -1
mill    .'li 11 Is nloo Ih 93nes8.
'I he wuti hlni mother 1 ili"s prompt
.-���li ps  1.1  y.\\ a  In r gli I  Uio  111 w,  I'ii li
A Wlw Precaution
Now llui rj, ��� 1' i" Bml h's lb 'I'o
cur, ii.i.i 11 ' t'i nf Iho i ��� a mo
:., . so, ia u i.i   1   -i'. 1. and ��� nc 11.in I*
id 1. ��� ��� 1 im , |i i|i I11I ,1 c llplo nl Ki 'I
: i.'l il ju   I,
When ia" boy had gone Hit* vh ir's
Wl 0 lu .. >.��� 1 ii dil'l toll Iii ii Iii 8 I
a.iyin.ii", In ui" oliin i' jug Is lie r...
Ing tn leave II ill the nil .,i?
No, imi inn; lie 1 going Lo bring ii
nn-.. in ir 11 tain.
Hul why . end two Jugs lo a 1 n
qunrl of inolnss   ?
Wen, ynu si 1-, It's Ibis wny II bo
has 11 ji" ri r.i' li hand, i ��� c m'l go
it pplng Iii 11 1 cr In 1 11 111 da is a and
r.i,  1    ii us he eoim ,i ttlong.
Pilln   for   Ni*rvolio   Tra-'blcn      'I ', ���
Si ��� I'll  i    Hi- ci litre nl 1 I" ui I'vnus
systi 111, nnd ., hen Ihi alumaeli bus-
:�� ni:. hi ill i.v in ii 111 ih ri - ni' im
man!i'c��i in 1II11 ii iiii'ii".���>���, ul' tho in n oa
If nllow. il i�� pcrnlal, nervous d- bilily,
a I'.ri     ri Inn nl. Illny i'  sni'.   i i. ���
lir.-,I consideration i'i In rnatnr ��� Ihe
fltomacli In pi'opi'i- iirll-ii, and thi
Is i"i re nib r remedy f r iliis lb
...,,..���,.I ia vopotablo I'IIIh, Tin
Bauds c '.n an b! i'i" vlrttio ef Ibe
pills  In  cur ng  nervous  dlsord t's.
I ti. !;.;-    O ' "      .1 m*SK , i V
��� >..
I
s Ljy'
���;,. ..��� >-fa\
/'���...,���'..,'', W��J 	
1 �� ������', ^'���"���'''  v\\ \ n
%-    ti:   '     ''*'"���'���
  t3#M4'
��� M I
��� y~A,! [ii
M'/'j-'ar)'..',^,   :..   .......'..*''...        ..-.. ..I    '...,. -
,i�����..-    !i..i��.'.-,,*i.,i';,i.'  ..���..���,,:.. UKMHI -let ���   J
.,., ,.,..��� uu anii'.i i,n| !-i--- =����� ":'' ������>>: ',', '������ :i:,v,v' ", ;���
.r 1.
A f/v, tUys
nd bis watch
ho wi ni  through
giving   l.-r.     Williams'    lJi ill    rills,
which inal'.i' new blood and tiaasforni!
HIEETOMMFEHER&JaieSic
Ily ^^^
-.'M 11. (loin klUNKV,   lll.AI'1 lirt,   Mi".    I   .  1)1
��� ;ik ini   .'1   * ���     ,1 ��� I 1 1 .   -. . >. 1 1 * 1 11 - .-.,
wrlto for my KK��iK bool     i iik ������ - .i   c    :
MI.HIC ��l   IH1' >\ ' ">  *''   'AV I .  11   s   11    it   >   1  ', *i   ,,   ,   , .
THJKNCW I fti KCH ItKMeDV* ��n"l.N.��a
THERAPION ^'^
liirf.i]i.,,,iiii u i,.i v .' '������ 11 . in...ns iii- uonil
Aii,,i,,   ! PfifcE, -   'l.'i ..ni-' ii   1 .     l\: 1 1
Ut,,. I', i.llA.l-., ',...!.. ....I.   Ui  ...   .1,1. 1..IU
I some of the lending thurougiiifares and | unhn.ppy   nnuemlc  girls   In.o   rahimt,
��� ii.v. :ir i" nil in- :, ie.'.   uii up anil piuppy,   brlglit-ej  d   youiia     women.
d  thnt  a   few  miles  wire  In   No 01 her medicine has nn su ded
,. conilillcn. ! "1(0 '��i'. Williams' !'nl; Pills, liecuuse
i"  0 .' to Scotland   V.ird  nnd j "" other medicine ran msli ��� thnl in w,
dldii'l iliin'i 1 wa3 giving you   rich,  red  blood   ivh'rh  brings h.-il h
rouble,    if \ou don't fin J the   "! '  vkal'.ty  to  w��al(,  bloodless systems. .    Miss Mamie   Krou e,   Cope-
tn- n, Ont,, Bays: "Dr. Williams' Pink
d-
ivulch b)  3
ip any mon
11 rday you treed not pull
1!' t'ae ruud.
h*3
C*J  A vim /fa ���*���; 'f���11
ill... itit 1   ������J��.'. .'-. '���*��
Baoh Free. A ri.inp'i1
Ruiiie lre.irn.enl removed
ttttupfromlhialady's breast
      ] PIUs have been n blessing to me.    1
Mlnard's Llnlmont Curts Burn3, Etc., ;ui'! 1,,>p"  !l  suftern* tor clmoal   two
���,   ....     ��� 1 -'ia:1:! from anaemia, and seemed, no
mtter  whal   I  trtrd,  to be  growlns
1 wi s very pale and aoemetl
naffer" i    from    freijuenl
i iches,  the  Ini :i   exortlon  would
Iii.
Cribbed
t.v   young   man   had   Jus'
. i.��i  .,1  ;i  . ruai'i  yoiiuj
I wore
ilL  till
a   tcpl
01.1  goriiv. ulcers  neu      ,:      |
wi-ia cured     Deacrlbs   'l''-Il,l
rranr trouble ; we will s. nd bo it. .n.1! teattutonlaln.
VMK CANADA CANCER 1NST1 lu r*J, Uf
10 GHURCHtLL AVE . TORONTO
ny a,!ilv\v.is ai 11 lobi j |,..,,.,. me'completely llrtd nut, mil I
il   im ii. r.'.uiiiiii.    Atlei WM vel.y ,.,., 1, rilfcouragcd and l'i'"i-
nal struggle he ut length In- .���.        M   1;,S|  T  v������ ii:ivisrd to try
,. ! Or.  Wtlllnms' Pink  Pills, an I gol   nl
On,  ...is-. ;l ���-���--, I suppose you an 1 ���,,1,r  ,,,,,,���   bovP9|  .,,���,   -,v   the  tln
mil.ar wiih Crnbbt-'B uiies;             \  i,,,v were ,,,,,,  -  ���.,s ,���,, |in,,, ,,,,���,
Young l.uiy (scornfully)���I was noi| iK.|..-v.      ,\ .'.,v :!;f���... boxes fully r
��� 1 aware I imi crabs bad tails,
S . 111 ; man 1 ���oafnaoillyj
BB��BL?"
25
Bluings
to
cents,.
ON
Wash D^j
I    ,,,^i.." f .. ~i~.,-'
LlajLij
f:7?miA&\.A^'l
Makes tho Clothes as
White as Snow
Fry It I
Mnn.ifacureil l.v
The J..Inr.in. Klclianlabn Co
Limited. Munlroal, Can.
.l-.n.      1    :.'ii'nilil    hnve
rabh -'a 1 ilea.
Y0111 s lady  '.'.t;H mor
- Ami i was no' aware ii
had lulls, ' Ithi r.
id  1  havB since
;��� and able once
A  .','.VER
The la'.e James l'.. K 1 ne, himself
nlmoi 1 a 'ii'i-i, used to tell many n
gtory aboul the eharacti ra of '-m.
It w 1 .-��� ilil'liriiii in tbot'o days, he
one? s.ild, hi be a tempeniuco man,
for to I'efusi a (li'iiil; u-l I. a '.I'.iiT mils
a v, nn ' ell'once than to kiss the f d-
low's wife,
A ''19bi\ twirling !:in long mid drooping moustache, ...id to u tenderfoot
in n bar-room:
Have Borne red eye with 111".
Thank you���-lie, sn d the tenderfoot,
a total abst liner, ilrnily.
There was a lenBe alienee In the
ri'owd- il bar, Tli 11 the '4Dei' reached back tn his hip-pocket nnd said
wiih a weary sigh:
I li Igho, 1 an'i I even take a drink
without killing a man?
PH. -��S CURTD IN 6 TO 11 DAYS
""""'1 "-I will refund ninnev If 1-AZO
OINTMENT falls lu fuici any ens ��� of II ���''-
��� ii���. HI ml. HI"' 'I ii.-, or Proliudlng Piles
in ii hi II days.    BOc.
!    ai
3   "'
John -Thfi is the New Ycrl i
in  '-.' ii ;   dear.    All thosi j
ling aboul  i n the il lor an
'I i stored  nu- l'-ilHi
lie.; pur-   I,,.,-.,, Well nnd ftrc
laid    'l'iad    ,,,,-���'.���. |., eniny life."
These pills nre sold by nil m-nllcine
scornfullyj   i..ii ,-s or '.'i'i b�� fsuI bv ir-all ai ,:"
t red crabt   .-.,������.. ���  a   hnx  nr sh-  hovBt  rorJ12.H0
-,v n,i ii- -. j!��� T'i" nr.  Villains   Mod
'.c'.iii   Co., Droekvllle, Onl.
Ccrrc-lid
rln
lircd.
\: iiiitt
ri:   Ii ,���:!'.'
i' inner John���
In re oust about
i P11011I
Don'
i;i'"-s not.
70,000 aplect
Co'nncnl, after
vai'
Hem.'
Thcught it vii-' Coeoa
Dur'ng a  m etins of coiincillors in
inn" ot the    Lancashire    towns    lie
question of recreation for the hospital
niir.-es .inn being discussed.
Several names were suggested,
���amongst which was the game of cro
quet.
A burly Lancashire councillor, who
'. was noed tor his eagerness to keep
I down expenditure, happened to conn
In iii the moment, but failed to entel;
,;���!  |y     ,.,���
I Icing v.ii-ie-.,���Ih".- fur exactly  Is ii
I a.   .'-"im theae two town i7
Witness���About  four  miles as  the
I llow i I'ies.
Ah, remarked counsel, ynu mean as
'.',!- , rie .in1.v.-.
Nn, no, Bald the Ju Ige, suavely. It
is i's Lhe file i rows.
Then they looked at one another
and found there was Bomi thine
wrong.
A Virtue of Necessity
Manager���1 caul do a thing with I acpiiraf.ply the mime" of The suhjeci
SmHli, the new clerk. I've had_ him | ,llu"e,. disnusalon. However, ho Immediately pot upon his fee!, and oh-
jected lo Ihe Increased expenditure
saying al the same time thai luy and
coffoe hid been good enough for hit
and be dozes
in three departmeu
3ill day long.
Prnpi'ii'toi'���Put hlni at. the pyjania
counter, and fasten this curd on bun:
Our ntght-clothes are of such Buperlor j alTliia lYfe. and.hTtliouKhPth^ niirs'pfc
���quality linn even the clerk who aella  ctmW do very well wlthoul kokl.
I'lipln .'annul keep awake.	
DEPARTMENT   3   COUPON
That Was All
Walter, said a traveller in a railroad
TV*S
mi
jr.iT>       ^^^^^^^ 	
Nayflher. 01 said ye had t.wlnty
minutes to ate, an Hint's all* ye d'd
Slave.     Yer train's jest gone.
CLEAR HEADED
Hciid Bookkeeper Must oe Reliable
The chief bookkeeper In a large
Inisin ss lioii-ie in one of our gre, t.
Western cities speaks of the harm
coffee did for him. (Tea is just as
Injurious because ii contains caffeine,
ihe inline drug fraud in coffee).
"My wife nail 1 drank our llrat cup
of Posture u lit.le over two yeara ngo
and we have used il ever since, to the
mire exclusion of lea and coffee. It
happened In thiB way:
"Aboul  Inree and a ball' years agoj
hows this I i had an attack ..f pneumonia, which!
Wi- niter One Hundred Dollnrs u.-wnril   left  a memento iii tlie shape of dys-
���edV'Tmi"*!  Cn'tlSii '!'*'tn-"1'" '  '" . p!'l,si:'' '"' '"'J'l"1'' [���0..9*,ea.lt  ","':-' c,0^
i.id..   -I
v'"i-r i a
A'l i-l'i
.a i iiii:.
n  s
. emu
Hull  Is l-.ai
.1.    \V
il.
und
in K.
:.i..
i   ilu. s
3-S-13
���taurant, did ynu Ray 1 hud twenty ,, , chkney s-'en ���,',,,,.,,,, ,, rectly, neuralg'n of Ihe stomach. My
mites tn wait, nr thai II was twenty ,,-,'. '������. ������n'nl.,lm,nr, i,.,''��� ,.���'���..',', ,,.' . 'dtp of ehei i' had always been coffee
nine* to eight? I J. Cl.. ,il'v "..- il,'-las.  ir! v.-nrJ' nn." b^ ! -"' '":'' h"'   ]  h'"/-'w oonV_luCL(1- aI!?!
Ths Dnngcrous ftove
^ A Preneb phyBlclan mil- d on one of
his I'lii'.-i,,'.'-, a lady, who was torn-
j.ii.in.n.', ni headachi and general pro i-
trntiou, i II i; ll you what's ihe mutter with you. in mam, he Laid promptly: ii s thai Btove you have ,,\,-r
there. Those coal-burning stoves
are reservoirs of poison���Hie deadliest
things i:i the ivorl I.
B i re.! stove i ���-��: me one hundred francs!  proti 5t. d the lady.
Npvi i- min I tbat; be wr lose any
amounl of money than ymtr li!-". I'll
tell you wh il I'll do: I'll gi o y::��
twenty-five francs I'm- it, and Bud some
way of getting rid of tho pernicious
object.
The lady consenti il, and the doctor
removed the stove
.-'. few days later the p.alleni who
thought nf chauglng her residence,
wont :o Inspect a suite of rooms, and
the lir-i.l Ihing thai met her gaze was
the stove. Who lives here? sir.*.
asked of tbe servant who was showing   -
heM,��Z Ua r00'"T ' '    The amateur socialist    was   airing
-,n-  J"V'rMr/i "" m""' Ka>',!"P S^' ,lis views before a bunch of acquuLlt-
vant respectfully-Doctor B.'s moth- ttIKe8i Bome ���r wnom btllev.d Uu.. his
'    | arguments possessed merit and others
of whom be-Hoved otJiorwise. He
spoke feelingly In the,cause of public
ownership nnd one of the progressives
said:
1 don't know as I'd go as far r.s you
in Ibis niatit-r. But I do believe this
���that n any of the businesses now
run as private enterprises should be
controlled by the people,
Ves, spnke up i. list ner win. had
hitherto remained silent���the legislature, for instanee.
KiUl   f.'J       f' A ft j       I'M      it
with the
ii      * t*     *
I.      A a    ILl
V/.CUUM
WA-SHEH
PRICE $3.6u
Washeo Anythinri anil    Everything
From n Horee-Blanlnot and Ovsr.-I's
to the Finest Laces wiih No Injury.
j Coupon
R*>l
.claw
savt;
V.
S2.80
Wi>S;IFS A FULL TUB OF
CL0IHESIN3M!NUT��S
PERFECTLY
Nat Only Wr.shes
Dui Rlr.sr:-. riA Blues
Sen* Under a
M ni y-L'ac'i Guarantee
Join the Army of Satlcfkd  House-
vivos T'Hijy
Thousands Now in   Use
and Millions Will I e
Ties Coup-m G -cd 'or $2.00
NAM.'-l   	
A.DDRESS.
pnoVIKCK...
i,. him'perfectly Honest In all busln
liiinsai lams ntul llnnniial y nble In . in;.
out any obllnalions uiBde by bis firm.
WALDINQ   KINNAN   &   MAItVIN,
Wh.il.M.I.. Druggists, Toll tin. ,,.
Mali's Catarrh Cur. Is lake. Interniilly.
nutina directly upon the blood anil mue-
m.�� t-urf.-i.-i r "f tbe system. Testimonials
sent free, t'rlee T.r, e.-nts per bollle.
Sold  I.-'  nil druggists.
Till;-- Hulls family  Pills f.n- eonsttna-I
'inn. ^., i
a bor. ar six boxci tur ti.50,
���t ill tjojla-ej. or Tht. Dodiii Mrdl-
Oln�� C��mpsny, Llrniisa. TorurUo,
C��Moa.
V/by She Left Them I
Have ynu any references? asked the1
: lady ef the house? j
'     Ves, ma'am, a lot nf 'em. i
Then   why  didn't   ynu   bring  them'
, with yon?
They're just li';" my photographs, , ;.��� ..��� Sltm,.:, han-ae liere is of a,
ma'am. None nt em does me jus- ���ri���. ,.������������:;,o nnnire. Dur'ng my
'Ice. i eDlfre-dii'i'-i'ig '"n"   I  wis Bllbjeet loj
nervousness and "the bin
n time, thai they aggravated my
stomarh trouble. l happened to
mention the m-altei- to my grocer one
day and b������- stiggestetl that I give
PoBtutn n trial.
"Next day it came, but the cool:
made the mlslnli ��� n. nol boiling it
siifflciently, and we did not like it
much. This wa-. however, soon
remedied, ana new we like it so much
that we will never change hack.
Postum. being a food beverage in-
sr-ad of a drug, lies been the means
of banishing mv slomach trouble. 1
.���cr iv believe, for I am a well man
r.od'iv a"d have uned no medicine.
Mv  work as chief bookkeener i
W.  N.   U.  940
These!
ore left me since 1 began using Post-
am. and I nan conscientiously recommend il to these whose work confines
-iie-n tn long hours ef severe mental
".yertioii."    >'a"ie given hy Canadian
I'ns'u." Co., Windsor, Ont.
"There's  a  r��-"'en."  and   :i   i=  ex-l
Voting Husband���My d ar Mabel, l| nia'ned In the mile hook. "The Roadi
I must  sav thai  ihe pudding does not I tn Wellvill"." in nk��;p.
taste  very tree. I     Ever reed the sb^ve letter?   A rew
Young Wife���H must be your imag-l 0n�� aprtenrs from ti--ie ��o time. Thsy
| Ination, dear. It says In the cook- -��re ceiuine, true, nnd full of human
i ery book .hat it tastes excellent.        | Interest. ;
A  Little  Asslotanre
1 5Tve Coppers, the millionaire, his
1 Ural start In life.
I     llow?
]    With a bent pin at school.
Something Wrong
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
Advice for the Minister
lu preaching the minister had -beonl
rather long-winded, when the young
wife remembered Hun Bhe had left
the dinner III the gas range without
regulating the flame. she hastily
wrote a note and slipped It to her hns*
bund, who was an iislie;'. tie thinking ll was intended tor the minister,
calmly walked up and laid it. on tho
pulpit.
'lhe minister paused In the midst of
his sermon and look ibe note with
a smile which changed lino a torriflo
frown as be read, ,
Please hurry home and shut un uie
gas.
Indignant Wife-- I wonder what you
would have don.-j if you had fifed
when men were first compelled to
earn broad hy the sweal of their
brow?
Indolent Husband���I should have
started a little notion store and sold
handkerchiefs. ..   ,  ,,.   ,       .. ,. . ,,
i forSptivlns, Curb, Rlnsuone.Splint, Bony
~~~      "A Growibs and Lemcness Irom many other
Wrong Diagnosis causes.   These men know that Kendall's
The Amateur Slierlock���I am sorrv   U a'money saver and a horsouavcr.   We
to observe thai you are in a precarious   ea" P_rov,e '* by'liousands ol
s-tate of heallli.      As you entered the  "
ballroom 1 saw ynu clutch at your
heart, while a look of agony crossed
your face.
I\lr. .Snuffles���Heart, nothing! 1
have a cold and just discovered thai
1 hadn't brought a handkerchief with
me.
Right and Wrong
Marriage, remarked the professor,
was a rite practised by the ancients.
And bachelorhood, Interrupted the
maiden of forty, is a wrong practised
by the moderns.
Cratctut .otlero From Ussri
I.ANOHAM. SSK., Dae. Ijlll. 19".
"T have 1 l.-ir-re stock cf tu-rs.-- u-n'. an. a
user of r.eadali'n Stmvln vr.i-.-. 1 i r.-t say
Unit I ahvflvs lii.it the best sti-.lsfacU..ii from
iu i-sf.-. ii.ul can recommcinlcd it to any
homeowner." JObEI'Il l'l't:::n.
I'l.i��*tjN I.AKU, *IAN. I)BC. 24U1, I9t|.
"I have in"--'. Kendall's Spavin Cure for
fivcyciis. ILml it Hfure cure f j. i.ti-ii.iiis."
riU.IAJI C.liANT.
Price f. iht l��ttle���6 tiottk-9 fs. Auk
dr-lf-dnt for free hool. "Vica'.iie '-.. tlie
Kur*e" orvt-rite to ra. 73
Dr. B. J. Kan-'all Company
, Eueburf Fall". VarmoDl. U. S. A,
j fcaaiii mi*etteememmr*-*em^mmmmm-*mmmt TILL*:  COURTKNAY   REVIEW,   COURTENAY,   B.C.
Em worn uf o inno
UnotKhl bftRUS
Ho Teachos the Missus llcw to
Play Euohre uud Loses.
Uf
SHE IS ACCUSED OF CHEATING
After Winning Two Straight Qamoa
ind Than Retiree "ar i.-o Kitjht���An
Unlet tun. ite Al...'. I,- i.'i'-u.' lit cake a
f.'iA.dlnon Raoord,
n, M. QUAD.
'Copyright,  Hnn, by  Associated Literary
I-..-., i
Ii   rt us   HOWSlCli li itl snld some-
�� I     lb,nit  lil   ll..-  lu.-iiMiiM   i .-
^j,   ai,mil iii.iiu: Koine t neeleiin-
liu: Hmi il.-iy. luil ii Mr, Wow*
���ei'    belli.I    be   tUlldl     Uu   'ill-Ill,'-ul    nud
I....k im Interest, All.'i' be liatl depart-
l-.l she pill in II liar-1 .lai's .vwk chilli
Ing inf.- nf the ballrooms, uiul Mr. U.iw-
��ei* tnlcii! hnve palled hi't un the tll'lll
��� ml wii.l a leu wi.l'dH ul praise when
In* enine In.ine In dinner lie it I null]
Ing ni tbe kind, lieu - er.   s- uu* one
IiiiiI passed a lend incite! ���\\ I- in during
tin- tiny, uiul. while be didn't exactly;
������-ti.- Inr ii inw, ii uii'' iippiil'CUl lhat be
felt edgewise Thci ��vns Irritation nil
the ol hor Mile, bill /.re remained un
lil'otien.   Dinner )    . I ii over lor un
���jOOVK lliil'-llB-J MK IIF TWO OAMKS, AND 1
HOI'B VOU  AKK HAIISFIKU."
fconr'and Mr. Bowser had skimmed
ever hlo paper und tinished bis cigar
(when he suddenly naked:
"Why don't you learn to play euchre, '
���o tbut we cud go out for an evening
occasionally?"
"Why, 1 know how to play," replied
Jli'K. Bowser
'Tbat Is. yon think you do."
"But I'm sure I do. I believe I'm ���
pretty fair player."
"Humph! Suppose you get tbe curds
Out." I
������All right."
There had been several games of
���ucbre played In the Bowser family,
��� nd In each and every instance there
bud been a row, caused by Mr. Bow-1
ier's queer understanding of the rules !
ot the game. Ou the last occasion Mrs.
Howser had said that she would never
play cards with him again, and therefore he wns considerably surprised at
ber present willingness. She got out
the table nud curds, and as Mr. Bowser
looked more closely at ber be didn't
feel easy In his mind.
According to Hoyle.
"In this game going to be according
to Hoyle?" he asked as the cards were
ready.
"lust as you say," she replied.
"Well, we'll .nuke it Floyle. nnd nel-1
ther of ns will do nny kicking.  In the
bent of good nature I warn you that 1
���hall win at least live games out of six.
JThd are too sensible to get mad over It '
iAs I'm the better player, we'll start off j
by giving you the lirst deal."
"Thank yon. but we nre to go by I
Boyle." she laughed.  "We will cut for
tlie deal."
"I see. Don't want any favors, eh?
Well, the deal Is yours. Perhaps you'll
get one trick of the first game. It's
jronr lead."
"Aa I deal, lfs your lend."
"80. Mrs. Bowser, you've begun al-
ready." he exclaimed as he beld his
cards suspended. "It's a mighty queer
thing tbat we can't bave a game of
cards withont your getting mad over
It."
"Stop right Jhere!" said Mrs. Bowser
���>' Hhe laid down her curds. "It Is your
Br��t lead, according to Uoyle or anybody else. If yon don't know that, then
you don't know now to play!"
"I don't eh? Well, let It go. I'll
five you nil the advantage. Clubs are
trumps, and you play to that ace of
diamonds."
"I take It with a trump."
"You do?  You bave a diamond and
must follow suit   Don't attempt any I
trickery here, Mrs. Bowser!"
"I bave no suit. Play to that trump." j
"Are   you    leading   trumps?"    he,
ibotited.
, "Aa you see."
"Wm ..t,i ever hoard of suei. n
thn.a? Thai slum's yon know nothing
01 Ilie en me I Take it back uiul .le.ul ��
all.,ill   li.'ill I "
Mr,  P ,iA,��xr  Lotos.
'���I Iiuil-- whilI I .i'i. lining, Mr I'.n-.v
t>e. 1 but euiis t,,i a trump from your
b 1"
"Well, tnke It, then,"  he wowled,
Hem. lie-   tluivn   lb-   only   ..ne   111   bis
I. ni-t "ir a iiiai. plays eariis witii -i
flnltl be u-usl piav as tbe child doon
\v nut a"i. vmi eiiuntiuu two for?"
"in-i mum- I lueI, iill Ibe trlelis "
���'nn,   yen  did?    Well,   you   needn't
���iiin-t ie 1,cei- it i-ei| ix'ii around like a
ien u nn in r b. ui .-ui off,   1 simply
.'nu- 1 iieiu in you,   Now I'll allow yen
11 unwilling."
Mr. Wowser dealt Ibe eimls nml turn-
'd'uii a ii'-,ii 1.   tie hadn't a trump In
M-t bail I nml Ibereliii.' puiwcll for lu-r
In Uiiil.e il. Sic- aald spades, mill III.
brought Ills lisl ili>w 11 oil lite tabic anil
'hunted!
"Similes! Sputies! Hut ynu ciin'l do
thai I"
'���lint  wit.. '.-"
"Lceiiusc you must inabe It next!"
"I caii il" as I ill,e, Mr. Ilowscr, and
I iiuil,!- II spittles, I'bty tn the Jntiar-
111.1  Hull    uiul Hmi I"
She ini.l all Hm IrumpH, and hn
didn't r.ei a trick. Ills brst Impulse
win. |n leave II.e table nml cull her a
client, but sunn-thing lu her look quieted bun down, sn be only muttered:
"III   give  you   it   game Just,  lo  ctj>.
rotiritgo ynu.    It's  your deal.    Dla-
in..11.is are trumps, eh?   Weil, play to
that!"
Sbe played, and while Mr. Bowser
got two Irlelis sbe scored her point and
WUII Ibe pi uie.   Ile looked at her with
II .I.iiiiiiiry expression, but had nothing
to any. He llnd the four bowers nnd
the Jolter under his thumb and was
���tacking Hn- band. When tlie rards
ran oil anil hearts came trumps, bow-
ever, he bad only one in his hand nnd
was obliged tn pass. She made it next
uud took every trick.
"Why-why did you make It next?"
he demanded.
"To suit my hand," sbe replied.
"Are ynu playing euchre or booby?"
"I'm playing In bent you."
"Oh-iili! After the cheating nnd
swindling I have witnessed 011 your
part I should be justified In refusing
to go on. But I'll play the giime nut
Just to show bow easy It la to beat
you."
He Mislays Hi�� Temper.
Mr. Bowser was a fair player, hut
lhe cards run against hlni. He didn't
lay it to luck, however, hut to Mrs.
Bowser, uiul shoving hack from the
table he said:
"You've robbed me of two games,
uud I hope ynu nre sutlstiedl"
"That will do," she answered ns she
rose. "The truth of the matter is that
you nre nn player!"
"You are talking to me?"
"To you. sir."
"And I'm your husband?"
"Yes, sir. Don't shout your lungs
out or pump the blond to your head.
You are always bragging about what
a player you are. but you barely know
oue card from another. If you want
to spend balf uu hour taking lessons
nr-
"Woman, such talk to me! Why-
why"���
"Be calm. Mr. Bowser. If you don't
want to learn the game yon needu't
But If you nre as poor at poker as you
ore nt euchre the men at the club must
bave a soft snap. What were you about
to say ?"
"1-1 was about to say thnt I remained ut home this evening to enjoy
my own fireside, and you���you"���
"Bent you two straight games at
euchre." she finished. "I also remained
at home to enjoy my own fireside, hut
you seem anxious for n row. There Is
ho occasion for one. You simply play
euchre just well enough for me to bent
you. Why don't you let me give you
some pointers?"
"I'll   be  hanged  If  I'll  stand  this!"
shouted Mr. Bowser, as he. rose up uud
began throwing his arms about.
A Race For Life.
"Well, we are nil through for tonight," sbe answered. "1 have some
work to do upstairs, and as It Is still
early you might run out and take a
few lessons somewhere."
When she hnd disappeared Mr. Bow
ser put 011 his hat und coat and walked
out to cool off.
The cooling process hndn't bad time
to set tn when 1111 old man walking
with the aid ot crutches struck blm for
a dime.
"I'll dime you, yon old fraud!" shouted the victim of euchre.
The beluted pedestrians witnessed a
curious sight. The old man threw away
hla crotches and tied, and Mr. Bowser
took after him at top speed, and as they
went clattering along the sidewalk nt
a gnlt of teu miles an hour the sound
thereof wns like tlie rush und roar and
clutter of ninny waters suddenly let
loose upon-the bind.
A innn may run nt the gait of twen
ty-five miles nn hour, but if the pur
sued is making thirty he cannot be
overhauled. Mr. Bowser steadily lost
ground for hulf a mile, and then stop
ped under a tree to get his breath aud
mutter:
"So 1 ought to tnke lessons tn card
playing, had I? Think of the gall of
ber!    And   to   me���me.   her   husband:
V, hy, 1 n gn i'iu-1, n.ui,e nml  1 lu-r"
���*\\ bul, ...ti in- ii.-" nsk.-d 11 police
mnn ��ie- nml softly slipped up on itiu.
"Villi!   V. ile    I   r- III ���(-..-.��� V    Well,   I'll-  liinl
1111 ci-- uti run tin -nunc time, and vnit n.
l-eticr u.. Mow, or lit iiuiki' .um heels
break yum neck!  Movt  - un y..u!"
.'.  .��� i.i-  V ....... , ,-. ,-.���...,-.
;.. ' ,.
>��� Heart C' cr  Hi Oil.
J When a g|n llit'nii . 11  fellow 3
t. nvei be real .--��� 1 thnt youth muni ������>
;"' have    us    inn:: - run.ni.-,|i,mi 1
1   l.eilget, ���������
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Cos ol Nooeaslty,
First   Chupple   My   dea:-   liny,   vmi
(lit.Ui.l tu'i.'l   lillluli ill yuilr own jukes
Second I'happte no. confound II ail,
I've gol in I could never stand tha
pverlasHng Kili-iu <��� Hun cotiien after
Ilium uinc.-ii 1 ib 1   l-'ii 11 Mngii/.liie,
Gown of Grftr.t Distinction.
The cuiulilnutli f  two rich materials produces an effect of great dla*
llu, li..11. ecu w Iii 11 ibe Hues are very
simple, Tins elaborate tnllorod costume shows ..Id gold velvet combined
with mnlestiln, the hall buttons being
nt umber,
Tbe peasant one piece sleeve und tin
rolling dln-clnlre collur nre noteworthy,
fiOISEG  Cr  PEKING.
Hideous  Din   Re.ead   hy   I'.e   Vendeft
Tb.it throng |(,   ��� 11,  ��� .
An  analysis' 01   the  -n i  noises  "f
IVklllg   tills   been    lu .lie   In    till!   I ur    I
Ipulidelll nf a "c i"i 11 1 lui-i 1 au in-v, .
paper nnd ought tu be ��� -��������� ul when He.
unit noise ct'tiMnile rem lies tin- orient
'I In- ureal can 1 ul 1 1 1sh.11 be finds
Is ib.- various ,- [rem ven Ien , etich ur
wb'iin Is iil'iued v nb n noise prudilctiiu
Instrument by which he piocluiuis bis
trade.
The hn flier bus tne prongs uf steel
Ihrnugl) which he draws 11 spike ami
tliiis makes a loud whir Tin* seller of
sweciuicnls hnlils in bis I'lghl hand two
bruin cups .iiiiib be Jangles lugetber.
lb.- buyer nl' old clothes taps a small
; drum wbb a bll ul lai't-e.l lianili'iii. eel-
linil by ibis combination 11 plllllk, I'lutili
thai iiitracls trade. Ibe man who una
wicker baskets in sell bi*iitH half 11
gourd wiih a drumstick, the clothes
seller  swings a  drum   which   lias  two
��� bits uf lllellll llllni bed te ll by strings.
Hie ley ilealer sit'ii.c n brass gong uf
11 peculiarly penetrating tone, tin- unite
grinder chips Hires blocks nf Iron to*
j gether. uiul Ibe seller nf c tin r coil I nn-
j iiouuces Ills coming by a repented lap,
j tllp un It blOI'U uf lined
��� Tbe watchman manages tn lutrntluee
11 lil tie variety, lie Is armed with n
wooden drum, which be tups In different measures tn murk the different
hours uf the night. Tin* sound of his
(Innn, however, curries no certain assurance, On the night when Peking
was Innted you would nut have known
from him Unit anything was wrong.
In Hie Intervuls or tin- rifle lire tbe
Round of his drum ruse undismayed,
signaling In superb noncbulunce the
exciting hours.
Tbe fact is thnt he Is not on duty tn
catch thieves nr even to scare them off,
us nre some of the Japanese watchmen.
His function is nobler Tlie sounil uf
liiiij drum frightens nwny Ibe spirits of
evil, without Whose presence no self
respecting thief can hope to pull of a
successful Job.
JVIUady's
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OLD OOLO VELY8T AND MOLBSKIH.
Boots of black satin wltb amber but
tons und Louis heels accompany this
costume.
.-'outwear fnshiuu decrees tbut all
boots shall be buttuned tbis season und
that tb*>se buttons ou dressy gowns
���bull correspond with the button trimming on the costume, Even lu the case
when expensive buttons, such as rhine-
���tone. lupus lazuli und, as in tills instance, amber, are used is tbis true.
Capt. Tom To the Rescue.
AlexaHer Morrison, tlie sturdy yeoman member of Parliament from
Maedonald, the victor in Uie most
spectacular bye-election in years, has
been the subject ��l much han.ishakins
on tlie part of the Conservative members, and of polite attention by the
Liberal cohorts since his arrival at
the capital. Mr. Morrison held what,
was really an impromptu reception iu
Room 16, niter the opening ceremonies
and tlie burden oi the remarks of
each member was "Well ynu must
have liiul a lively light." Tlie con-
blunt iteration ol a truism apparently
palled on the modest farmer troin
the wheat plains of Macduuald until
anally big L'apt. Tom Wallace of
Woodbridge came to the rescue with
the remark: "There has been nothing
like it since Sam Hughes, Turpin and
uio held thirty thousand Boers 111
check at the Modder Kiver I���Saturday Night.
Yorkshire, Too.
Stories crop up again and again in
various disguises. There is that one,
for instance, about the tourist who
tried his "Form V" French on the
Parisian waiter, and was answered
in unmistakable Cockney.
Now they are telling ot" a Yorkshire-
man in Toronto who chose a certain
restaurant because Yorkshire pudding figured iii the menu. When the
biab appeared it was very thick, and,
oh! so sad.
Dropping into tlie dialect, the diner
said, "Eh, lad. ah reckon nowt o' this
'ere."
"Noither dew ah, lad; ah 000m lr��'
Doncaster mi.-en." said the wa.ter.
Then the.' ha/' a "reight" talk.
"Is yonr Husband sticking to bis res-
niiitinn t.. give up smoking?"
"Mercy, nol Hirren t ynu noticed
how good niitured he Is';"���Chicago
ItecordUernld.
COMFORTED  THE LADIES.
A Marshal 0* Franco Who Was a Hero,
a Gallant and a Dandy.
Blaise tie Monthic wits a soldier nnd
a uinrshnl or .'ranee who fought
througb half the sixteenth century.
Like a true (Jnscuu, as be wns. he added to Ills great physical qualities courage, high spirits and unquenchable
gnyety.
In the Italian wars Blaise de Monthic commanded the defense of Sienna
during a prolonged siege. When the
town wns reduced to a few ounces of
bread dally Blaise was overcome with
sickness and hnd himself curried about
In �� chair muffled up iu furs.
But perceiving thnt the Inhabitants,
especially the women, were "thus rendered apprehensive of their fate should
he die"���so runs an excerpt from Do
Montluc's "Commentaries"���"he called
for a puir of crimson velvet breeches
laid over wltb gold luce, very lincly
cut for tbey were mnde nt a time
when he wns forsooth In love. He put
oil n duublet of the same und 11 shirt
of crimson silk nnd gold twist then a
buff collar over which he put his arms,
very ttnely gilt."
He wns nt that time wearing gray
nnd white "In honor of a fair lady to
whom he wns a servant when he hnd
leisure." So lie put on 11 hat of gray
silk with a gray silver hatband and a
plume of herou's feathers set with silver spangles.
lie also put on a short cassock of
grny velvet garnished with "little
plates of silver ut two lingers' distance
from one another und lined with cloth
of silver, ali open between the plates."
Then be "rubbed his face with Greek
wine till he brought a little color Into
bis cheeks and drank a small draught
with 11 little bit of bread.
"He tben looked ut himself in the
glass, strutted before his officers,
though he had not the strength to kill
a chicken, and rude through the town
to the grcut comfort of all beholders."
Two Poor Ones.
i    During one of Edwlu  Forrest's en-
i gngements In Boston a poor urtlst called several times to see the great actor
I nt the  old   Wlutbrop   House.     Each
I time he brought a picture  which ne
had painted.   He Dually left tt wltb a
note stating that he was In needy clr-
c11111stuu.es.    Forrest   read   tbe   note
and took the wrapping from the picture.    It proved to be a painting of
himself as Spartacus.    Forrest gazed
upon It a moment and then ejaculated
to the clerk: "Give him $10.    If he Is
as poor as his picture he must be on
tbe point of starvation."
The Two Garricks.
George liurrlck. brother of the celebrated David, was tbe latter's most devoted slave and laborious pack bnrse.
On coming behind tbe scene he usually
Inquired. "Has David wanted me?" It
being asked once bow George came to
die so Ruon after the demise of bis famous brother, a wag replied, "David
wanted blm."
How ta Got Thin,
-I  hnve i.u.n  Illinium,' miy��  Mi"".
1. 1 1 in.in- in a i'i-i etii number "f
ILiliintl h World, "Hint in- ��"i 'I is 1I1-
. hied lulu 1,111 two 11:1- .'a -'I people���
sIiuhb Hint want tn gel 1.11 uud those
tbut wiinl ii- eei iblii Honest, did you
ever tueel a |iurson -. ho seemed per-
feclly Nullslled with tils weight?
������i.f ilu- uvci tal iiiiiI nvei i"'i "'"iiu'ii.
perhaps lhe nvei tut are Ihe mine lo be
pitied. Ai leuat lliej 1 eei 1 to think
ilu-.v are It Is always possible for the
thin person tu pud herself mil t" npiiear
plumper, bul it is extremely dltltcult
ini- the iiesby person to dlBgulfe her In-
Hi'inlly. a good corset, a preference fur
dark nml quiet colors In dresa and a
Strict  iivnidanee  Of   borlMlutal   stripes
win do much to Improve tbe appear-
mice of her figure, but eveu these nre
of little avail if sbe once crosses tbe
line between plumpness and fleshiness.
"Llitu other beauty ill-, teudeuey to
Biipei-finous ilesb must be in ken lo
time. Sn iiuiiiy women will go on
placidly uiul stondlly gaining i 1 flesb
Iiiun 1 lb In Iiii.l.tll anil f!-.-li: year li>
year until suine day tbey Make tip tn
the terrible reallzalbni tbat lli.-y are
Int. Tben 11 I'l'lgbtflll wall goes ' p, nnd
Ibe Victim begins to scramble 1 round
wildly for something tu -reduce tle*h'
mil lu answer 'anil fat' ndveriiM-meut*
and write pathetic lettera 10 ben it) ulnars.
"While It Is possible fur ni really fat
person to reduce ber welghl it uiii
usually only he done hy lm   ���   ��� sett
denial and exeesslvi I nfi. 11    iilnftll
���verllnn. whereas a very n.mlerale
nnoilllt uf sell denial ami est 1 in be-
jtlli lu tune migbl bave kept In '"'im
,'ver becuiiiiig llll unsightly 11 ass ef
ilesb.
������in tin- vast majority of .;��� .��s_ii-
.-very ease, I believe, lu Which rat is
not due lu neluiil ilt-cii-i- ex esslvn
llesh is en used b> loo much tund tint
im. Utile exercise., Tbls um, ��etu
harsh doctrine to the Ileal . -���-' r, but
if sbe wishes in Improve her 1 ��� d tioti
she might as well b.^iti by -living
liicts lu the face.
"Therefore the woman that finds that
she Is putting on lle-h at an ul rmintf
rate should start out to regulate tier
diet. She Is almost sure to find Hint
she Is eating more than she ue.-is. taking Into consideration the umount ot
physical labor she performs. Hraia
workers need less food than manual
laborers, and people whose occupations
keep them indoors should not eat is
much us people who are in the open air
most of the time.
"So the fleshy woman will either
buve to cut down ber diet or I ike increased exercise, or. more likely, because It may cost some eiTort tu get
buck to 11 normal condition sbe will
have to do both at least for a time.
"The woman tbat wants to ln-e rlesh
should never eut inure than once a ilay
and then should confine herself tn lean
itients. tish uud poultry. Sbe sbi.uld
avoid starchy foods nud gn very dpntly
ull potatoes, bread and sweets The
bulk of her diet should consist nf fruit
nml green vegetables. This tnaj sound
like Lenten fare, but 1 am talking now
to the woman who Is determined nut to
be fat.
"Tben, again, the fleshy wnrnun
shinild not sleep more than seven hmira
uut of Iho twenty-four. She should
never lie lu bed late in the morning nnr
indulge In the rucking chair habit On
tbe other blind, she should get all tbe
physical exercise she eau possibly manage, preferably in the open air. Tha
best all around general exercise nnd
one wtlhlu the reach of all is walking.
Must women, whether they be fat or
llliu. walk fur ton little. The woman
who tends to be lleshy should walk for
nt least an hour every day and do tt
regularly uud systematically. As sbe
jets  accustomed   to   the  exercise  sbe
should increase the number of mile*
she walks u day until she is duiug Qve
uiiles."
Our own heart snd not other mens
oplnlona forma our true honor.���Co'e
ridge.
Evolution of the Mortgage.
"Fanning   methods   have     banged,
nnven't they?"
"Yep."   replied   Farmer   Oorutossel.
Now a mnn thinks he's unlucky If hi
has to borrow money on his place.   He
used to tbink be was lucky If be wa��
uble to."���Washington Star.
Well Schooled.
Captain ��� ^apposing tbe hurrscks
were to catch lire, what call v. 1..1WI
you sound? Trumpeter (newly Hnedi
-Sure. snrr. I'd sound the "cense hra."
-London 1'nnch.
Who rises everv rime nn falls trill
lometlinen rise to stay���Morris.
"What dn you think about the higher
education V"
"It's nil right, except In the college*
where they let it take up too iniiCat
time from football practice."���liuitl-
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To Tin: Editoh
Since last going to press, sickness
has laid its paralyzing hand on one
of our number, The victim this
time, of "outrageous fortune" is
the popular flunkey al the Mill
Camp. On Thursday lhe flunkey
Without a inie in the world, was
standing at the sink bathing dishes,
or pearl-diving, as it is more commonly known in culinarv cali-
graphy, when somehow he slipped
on a hit uf pate-de-foie gras, and
lie fell, severly jarring the metatarsal bones of the left foot. Although
suffering the most exquisite torture,
as those who have ever been so unfortunate as to jar their metatarsals
may well know, the brave lad
with indomitable heroism, stuck to
his task; and it was not until the
cook assisted by three loggers was
able to drag him from the kitchen,
that he would consent to lie down.
Two doctors and a bartender were
summoned, and nothing was neglected which science could accomplish to relive the poor fellow from
his awful sufferings.
Towards evening the crisis came,
and the two consulting physicians
and the learned dispeller of blues,
afler remaining in close conclave all
afternoon, issued a bulletin to the
effect that another twenty four
hours would bring the patient's release from the "vale of tears." Iu
fact the more pessimistic of the two
disiples of Qjsculapius, with an eye
to the main chance, had already
opened negotiations with the patient
for the use of his corpse.
Towards morning, however, the
flunky, contrary to the expectations
of the medicos, took a decided turn
for the better.
This improvement was strikingly
apparent even to the lay observer
from the fact that the patient was
getting confused as to which foot
was hurt, there being no abrasion
of the cuticule, or other epidermous
symptoms of an abnormal character.
On Friday noon, the three specialists pronounced the case cured, and
adjourned to the Riverside Hotel
to recuperate after their exhausting
but victorious twenty four hours
struggle with the dread spectre who
rides the ta hite horse.
The friends of the patient, who is
now happily recovered, are congratulating themselves upon being
providentially spared the harrowing
stenos of the proverbical Atheist's
death-bed.
COMOX
There will be service in St.Peter's
church on Sunday April ;oth at il
a.m., consisting of Matins, Sermon,
and celebration of the Holy Communion.
GRANTHAM
A regular meeting of the Grantham clam digging association was
held by kind permission at the
home of Mr. John Blackburn on
Friday, March 28, The following
officers were elected :
President, Mr. P. II. Janes
Vice-President, Mr. J. Blackburn
Hon. Sec, Mr. I-'. Swan
lion. Trias., Mr. Geo. llardie
The   prize   for    securing   most
members   during   the   mouth was
awarded to Mr. 1-'. Swan, and consisted of a   pound   of   tea  of a famous local brand. Music and dancing brought  a pleasant  evening to
a close.
The Charmer arrives at Comox
wharf on Tuesdays at 4 p. m., aud
leaves at 9 p. m., arrives on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, and
leaves on Thursday morning at
7.15, arrives Friday evening at 7
o'clock, aud leaves at 7,15 Saturday morning.
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SANDWICK
Mr. Clayton is now on his ranche
which he purchased of Mrs. W.
Parkin at Nikrap.
Several teams are at work this
week graveling the road between
Childs and the Presbyterian church
with gravel from the river bed at
Sandwick.
Mr. Ridley Thompson has
acquired an automobile.
A well known local politician
was victimized on April 1st when,
armed with au offical looking envelope he made a tour of the various
officers of his particular association
only to find at the close of play that
a general election was as far off as
ever.
Mr. Howard Elliott has his incubating outfit in full working order
and tbe district is well-nigh depleted
of eggs in consequence.
Another matter iu urgent need
of attention is the dangerous corner
by the store in Saudwick. Automobiles make the corner in main
cases al an excessive speed for sucl
a sharp turn, regardless of vehicle.'
drawn up or persons walking down
past thai point. While both drivers
of horse vehicles and pedestrians
should be always on their guard at
this and other corners, still they
have an equal right to the road,
Mrs. Pietila of Camp 5 arrived
from Nanaimo ou Friday last
accompanied by her daughter born
ou the Feast of St. Patrick.
Mr, Walter Parkin was married
to Miss Myrtle Del at Nanaimo on
Tuesday April 8th.
as a result of the women's Institute meeting at Sandwick on April
gth, flower seeds are iu great demand.
AUCTION SALE
ALBERTA HORSES
at 1 o'clock, Monday, April il4th,
nl the
Recreation Park Stables, Vancouver
W, S. Pratt & Co, will sell by Public
Auction, 60 head nf sound horses, ages 1
to 7, direct from the farmers in Alberta,
without reserve. All these horses will
be sold with a warranty ami veterinary's
examination, Tin- consignment consists
of delivery, drivers nnd extra good saddle borses. Also a number of city horses
Irom different firms.
W. N. TOMPKINS, Auctioneer
Just Arrived, a Full line  of 1913  Model
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Call anil get a Catalogue, You will want
One Soon
\Ve are the Only Store in   Coiuov Valley
selling Kodaks and Kodak Films
A. K. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
CUMBERLAND
Service in Holy Trinity church
on Sunday next, April 20, will
consist of evensong and sermon.
The Vicar, the Rev. F. Franklin
Watson will preach.
There will be a wrestling match
at Cumberland on May 22 between
Victor Benora and Gus Hart for a
purse of $300.
Capitalism is very religious- It
may not pray for you, but it will
cert inly prey ou you,
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUIELAN, Prop.
Phone 7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
S. A.COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE

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