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YOUR PRINTING
Can not be done any   etter,   anil
not quite ��o   well anywhere  elsu
hereabouts.   Our type anil maeliin-
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VOL. 6
Quints' furnishings
��nd Hatters
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COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY MAR. 14 1918
.ID. IJ
TO RENT
Six Roomed House, Orchard, Garden, Barn
and  11  acres of land.   2 miles from Cumberland, 4 miles from Courtenay.       $10  per
month.   Full particulars from
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE
AGENT
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,    MUFFLERS.    SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,    GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a shipment of ladies Shoes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and see our goods, you'll always find our prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
THE
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
Something New in Shoes
at tlu;
Courtenay Shoe Store
li will be to your Advantage to tee our new
shipment o( slides in Misses, Girls' and Child's
sizes
"**I'WII<|1I
We have them in
Vici Kid, Pongola and Box Calf
both Iiaccil and Buttoned, These are the
F. J. Weston Shoes
Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded
We aim to please our customers
LOGGIE BROS.
Next Drugstore Phone 48
Local Lines
Miss VTola Campbell spent the
week-end at Comox, the guest of
Miss Flora Piercy.
Mr. and Mrs, Brcck entertained
a number of friends on Fridtsy even
ing in honor o��   Lieuts,  Sturgeon
! and McDonald.
Wanted���Printer, Two-thirder,
or Apprentice, one with Linotype
experience preferred. Apply at
Reyiew Office.
For Sale���20 ton of table carrots
and turnips, $12 per ton at the
farm, C, H. Williams, {Sandwick,
P. O.
iVammoth Pekiti Duck Eggs for
hatching. $i per dozen. Apply
Mrs, A. Kertou, Lake Trail.
Lost���On Sunday between 10,30
a tn and 1 o'clock, ou the road between Courtenay and Comox wharf
gold bar pin set with peridots and
pearls. Finder .will be rewarded
by returning same to Mrs, R. Christie.
For Rent. 5 roomed cottage on
Alice St. Also a chestnut horse
for sale cheap.   Apply Ed. Creech
Lost��� Ou Feb, 4. at the Com tenay Railway Station, a plain ring.
Will finder kindly return to. Colin
F, Jackson, care of Theed Pearse,
Mill St., Courtenay.
Advance styles in Spring Mil
lineiy are being shown at Miss
Smith's.
For Sale���Shetland pony, buggy
and harness. For particulars apply Mrs. M, H, Pieroy, Saudwick,
Phone 87 F.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. and
Main St, Vancouver, B. �� Monuments, Headstones and Ceme'erV
Fences, tbe largest Monumental
works in the west.
$175 takes an 18' new runabout
motor boat 4 h.p, engine, all in
good order. Apply at Review Office.
Lost���22' launch bull with red
trimmings last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom on Saturday. Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden. phone
59.
For Sale���Williams Class A, Ar-
list model, engraved B flat cornet,
quick change; pearl lined pistons.
Plush lined case, with all extra
parts. Value $60, will sell for $35
Can be seen at Review Office.
Owners of property wishing to
sell might do well to send me full
particulars of same, price, amount
of acreage clearad, etc, F. R. F.
Biseoe, General P. 0��� Victoria, B.
C.
For Sale���About 3 1-2 acres of
land in the Citv of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave,, Victoria. B C
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old lubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford (linage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
Safety  First
Go to
FRASER'S
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery   and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
Comox Creamery
Butter
65c per lb. tKis week
J K. Urquhart is erecting a
j-urage for F, Cucksey opposite
Brown's Furniture Store.
Lieuts. McDonald and Sturgeon
late of the loshd Batt., have been
lhe guests of F. C. Brock for the
past week,
Chas. Slum's is having a fine
store 22' x 50' erected for Sutlilf's
Gent's Furnishings, next to his
jewellery store.
Mr. N. Shopland, who has beeu
visiting old friends in the Settlement has returned to his home at
Rochester, Alta.
The employees of the Coniox
Logging & Railway Co, are now
working 8 hours per day instead
of q as formerly,
Mrs. Monahan  and hei mother,
Mrs.   M   H.  Piercy have moved
to towu, and will occupy the form
er's house iu the orchard,
Geo. J. Hardy cortcHtcted a very
successful sale of farm stock etc
for Reg Carwithen last Friday afternoon, Exceptionally good prices were realized for the aairy cows.
Mrs. C, Beasley aud daughters
returned on Thursday last fro :i *
week's visit at Victoria where Mrs
Beasley met her brother, whom she
had not seen for ten years.
Mr, J. E. Anderton of Little
River recently purchased two valuable Jersey rows at Duncan and
has brcught them home. He hopes
in time to have a herd of f.rst class
Jerseys.
See Campbell's Spring Suits for
Ladies, sizes 16 yrs. to 42, iu the
newost styles iu all the popular
shades of serges, gabardines aud
tweeds, ranging in price from 520
to $35. Campbell Bros. Cumber-
laud,
The Coudeusoiy team took the
notion to run away abaut noon on
Monday, and made a quick trip
from the wharf to the Condensorp
leaving various cans ofV*ondensed
milk lying along the road en route
No damage was done,
Alex. McKinnon, City Clerk,
has been appointed Police Magistrate for the City of Cumber, and
in place of Joseph Shaw, who hasf*;
been relieved of that portion of bis
duties, but still retains the position
of Coroner and Stipendiary Magistrate.^.
The Bracknian-Ker Co, and the
Royal Standard Grain Products Co
have shipped their large auto trucks
back to Vancouver, claiming that
the cost of running them was great
er than the business warrants, also
that the roads were not good enough
for them to run on,
Work on the slough bridge is
goiug on apace, the contractsrs
have already got the piles driven
and expect to have the steingers oii
this week. When the bridge wns
taken up it was found that the
foundation was in as good shape as
when put down many years ago,
A few dingers had rrtted a lillle
at the joints. A lew dollars judiciously expended would have made
the bridge good for years to come
and   upwards of $2000 would have
been saved.
,������__-���������
I. O. D. E. Notes.
A Whist drive and dance will be
held ou April 2nd. One halt of
the proceeds will lie for St. Joseph's
Hospital and the other half for the
Canadian Nurses Home in London.
Eng. The admission will be for
the dance Ladies 50c, Gents $1,
Whist 35c for all players. Watch
out for lhe Lady in Crinoline.
A Children's Operetta iu three
acts will be presented in three acts
early iu May. 75 voices will take
part under the able leadership of
Mr. Hickman, Miss Amy Kil
pntrick will be ill charge of the
fancy dancing. The proceeds will
go towards furnishing a ward in
the military hospital, The entertainment wilj be followed by a
dance, music by the Ilo-flo orchestra.
Only twenty-eight days left in
which to sell the city bonds.
O, H. Fechner was at Nanaimo
for a couple of days this week .,
Mrs, ii. H. Peiersou and sou, of
Duncan, are guests at'Mrs. J. If,
Macintyre's,
Misses Amy Kilpatrick Mnv
Sutton, Lila Boden, and Annie
Carroll were visiting at Cumberland last week.
While loading wood on Tuesday
afternoon Ralph Alexander slipped
and tell on a knot, badly lacerating
his hand.
Ex-Alderman Johnston is makii g
a strenuous tight to sell the city's
bonds before the expiration of the
option.    Nee prece uec pretio.
Patriotic   Fund
The Receipts and Expenditures
of the Canadian Patriotic Fund for
the month of F*;bruary were as follows,���
Receipts
Feb ist. balance on hand     $51.10
Subscriptions during month    50.00
Net proceeds from Children's
Fancy Dress Ball 80.85
Donated by I. O. D. E. sup-
per at Children's Ball
Expenditures
Remitted to Victoria office
34.00
$2'5-35
175.00
Bal.
on hand Feb. 28, $40.35
R. M. Glazbrook,
Sec. Treas.
R, Christie,       F. C. Brock.
Anglican Services
5th Sunday iu Lent. Mai h 17.
8.30 a. ui. Holy Com..union St,
John's. Courteuay.
ua, tn. Matins and Holy Communion at St. Andrew's, Sandwick
11 a. m,   Mati.is and Sermon at
St. Peter's, Comox,
2.30 p, 111. Eevnsoug and Sermon
at Sl- Mary's, Grantham.
3 p. m.  Sunday   School  tt St.
John's, Courteuay.
7 p. m. Evensong aud Sermon
at Holy Trinity, Cumberland.
7.30 p. m.  Evensong  and
mon at St. John's, Courtenay.
Ser��
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.    Sunday School
and Bible Class 3 p. m.
Courtenav
Sunday School and Bible Clas
10:30 a.m.   Evening service 7:30
m. All welcome
ROBERTSON'S
Drug Store
Jonteel
Talcum 35c
Powder 75c
Cream 7sc
Kodak
Supplies
W.G.Robertson
Courtenay   -    B. C. THE    TCKYTEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0-
NO ALUM
baking
POWDEB
| MADE  INCANADA
Alsace-Lorraine
Provinces Have Given France a
Hundred Generals in This
War
The Germans took Alsace-Lorraine as they invaded Belgium, on
the pretext of necessily. Hi- annexed llm French-speaking city of Met.,
and the German-speaking city of
Strassburg for lhe same reason. He
lias held them ever since by might
alone. No one pretends lhat Gqj-man
rfile lias been popular, Despite Uie
fact thnt nearly 300,000 Germans
have immigrated ii -1 o llic provinces
and ceaselessly labored to create
German loyally, tlie people have remained imreconci'ed. Alsace-Lorraine, lias given France :������ hundred
generals in this war ar.d Germany
not onc. Thirty thousand Alsatians
have, at the peril of their lives,
crossed the frontier tn fight in
French armies. If Americans have
any doubt as to the wish of these
people of Alsace-Lorraine, let them
inquire of natives of these provinces
now living in exile in lhe United
States.���New York Tribune.
WINTER WEATHER
HARD ON LITTLE ONES
Our Canadian winters are extremely hard on the health of little ones.
The weather is often so severe lhal
the motlic: cannot take the little one
out for an airing. The consequence
is that baby is confined to overheated, badly ventilated rooms; takes
colds nif\ becomes cross ar.d peevish. Bali**" Own Tablets should be
given to keep lire little one healthy,
Tlicy regulate llie stomach and bowels and prevent or cure colds. The
Tablets arc sold by medicine dealers
or by mail at 23 cents a box from
Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvillc, Oni.
lhe Vo.ce of Canada
Efforts of Canada in War for Freedom are Warmly Praised
The sacrifices of Canada m behalf
of a democratic peace and for the
overthrow of a monstrous militarism
that threatens every free and civilized man are one of the wonders of
the world. Little in ancient or modern annals surpasses the virtue displayed by Canada. I'or forty months
Canada lias been sending across tin.
sea her noblest and best, No Ytkt
population in the world lias excelled
ner in soldiers recruited, and tiie
mighty contribution has been made
without resort lo conscription, Sin
prized her soul morc than her body,
and wilh splendid chivalry, long before this country came in, she has
been fighting our battle, the battle
for the freedom of lhe world- for a
civilization based on right and not on
might, 'lhc free democracy of thc
United States salutes with admiration the free democracy of Canada.
Across our border dwell a people al
once pacific and heroic, Sueh a people and the government ihey create
to execute their wil! wc can trust.
We need no forts lo guard the frontier. We ilwi.ll at peace with a good
neighbor whose essential purposes
arc our own. God grant thai in the
history of the next three year.-, if
the period of sacrifice is thus prolonged, wc shall show a nobility of
mind and an energy of the spirit
equal to our brothers of the north.���
New York Globe.
Catarrhal Deafness Cannot be Cured
by torn! applications tit tlicy cannot reach
the diseased portion oi the car. There is
cut/ one wav to ture catarrhal dcalne.-*, and
lhat is by a constitutional remedy. Jatarrlial
Deafness in caused by .-.n inflamed condition
ol llie mucous lining ol thc Buslachian Tttoe.
When lhis tub- in inflamed you have a rumbling nouiid oi imperfect hearing, .mil when
it is entirely closed. Deafness i.-t tire result.
Unless the inHattimation can he reduced nud
tliis lube restored to its normal rondltion,
hearing will be destroyed forever. Many
cases of deafness are cuscti ly catarrh,
which is an Inflamed condilton of ine mucous
surfaces. Halt's Catarrh Cure r.-ls through
the blood on the mucous surface1 oi lite system.
We wil! give One Hundred DoU.'.r for r.r.v
case of Catarrhal Deafness that c-r.riiro-. be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ctrctilais
free.    All Druggists, >fr.
1. J. CHENE.  & CO., Toledo. OSS*
Short Courses of Farming
The Alberta department of agri-
"rrlturc has arranged to hold two-
,y short course shoots at various
.lints throughout the province. The
Subjects to he discussed include soil
cultivation, selection of seed, weed
Control, suitable varieties of wheat,
oats and barley, llie silo alfalfa, grasses and fodder nop:-,. Illustrated
lectures will be given on live Stock
and on weed identification on the
evening of each day at each placer.
The most experienced speakers in
tlie province will lake part in the
program,
Prehistoric Irrigation
The remains of irrigation systems
when the valleys of Arizona were inhabited by highly civilized Indian!
tril.es, arc- slill ir. existence, says llu
-Marine Journal Cine of the most famous of these is on the state highway, running from Prcscott to tbe
Grand Canyon.
Water is taken from, what is
known as Montezuma's well, a curious natural well 440 feet in diameter
and 93 feet deep, except in one spot,
where no bottom has been reached
[at 50(1 ful. Lime in solution is car-
i tied by thc waicr, and the sides of
the ilitel. have been preserved by the
petrification of llie original earth.
The worms    thai    infest    children
from their birth are of two    kinds,
those  that  find    lodgement    in    the
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MOTHERHOOD
WOWS JOY
Suggestions to Childless
Women.
Amonf! the virtues oi Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound it tho
-ability to correct sterility in the
cases of many women. This fact is
well established ns evidenced by the
following letter and hundred:, of othurs
wc have published in thus..-< i-lums.
Poplar Bluff, Mo.���"I want other
women to know what n blessing Lydia
E. Pinkham \-Vcgc-
table Compound hus
becn to mo. We
had always wanted
a baby in our homn
but 1 v.-as in poor
health nnd not able
to do my work. My
mother and hns-
band both urged me
to try LyiliiiF,. l'ink.
ham's Vegi table
Compound. I did
so, my health improved and I am now tho mother of a
tine baby girl and do all my own house
work."-I.Ira. Alma B. Timmons, .16
Almond St., Poplar Bluff, Mo.
In many other homes, once childless,
there are now children because of the
fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound makes women normal,
healthy and strong
Write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medl.
cine CO., Lynn, Mass., for advico���it
Will bo con'.dential and helpful.
n Powders dislodge both
kuui.-. and while expelling ihem from
lhe system serve to repair *������ ���
age they have caused.
tiie dam
W,     N,     U,     1196
British Women Drink Less
Drunkenness Han Decreased 73 Per
Cent. Since War
"The Daily News" of London
quotes Lord d'Abarnon a.s saying
thai drunkenness among women lias
decreased 73 per cent, since the war.
Occupation, steady wages and an
independent, self-supporting career
for women had been profoundly beneficial to tin- community, Lord
d'Abarnon said.
The Lord Mayo- of London agreed
wilh Lord d'Abarnon, and Lady
Prances Balfour said that for tlie
lirsl time in the industrial hi-.lory of
women in England they weie being
paid fair wages. She thought WO-
meii wire feeding themselves butler
and could nol regret their extravagance!  in  the  matter  of  sill:  Slock-
ings aud other matters of   apparel,
for, though clothing is not ,-, high
ideal, it is higher than heavy (Milk-
ing."
SUFFERING FROM COUD
If you shiver in frosty
weather, if you have cold
hands and feet, if colds are
stubborn and frequent,
then your blood may be
thin and impoverished
scorn
MUI3I0N
has been correcting this condition for nearly fifty years. It
possesses rare powers for
creating natural body-warmth, for
charging summer blood
with winter richness and
strengthening both throat
and lungs.
Scott It Bewne, Xotuulo, Oat,     ti
Manitoba Honey Crop
Creating a Market in Preference  to
Imported Honey
In spite of lire fact that the yield
of honey per hive was lower than
usual in i'U7, owing to the increase
in lhc number of liivcs, the Manitoba
honey crop was greater than il was
in 1916. and exceeded one million
pounds. Much of the honev wasi
gathered in the month of September.
The high Quality of Manitoba honey is creating a market in preference
to imported honey, many householders being willing to pay a higher
price for_ tiie home product. The average price received by bee-keepers
for the. extracted honey was nineteen to twenty cents, or four to five
cents more than the previous year.
The outlook for increased production in Manitoba is very bright, as
many arc becoming interested in this
profitable industry.
A Pleasant Purgative.���Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills arc so compounded
as lc. operate on both the slomach
and the bowels, so that they acl
along the whole alimentary and excretory passage. They are not drastic ii; their work, but mildly purgative, and the pleasure of taking them
is only equalled by the gratifying effect they produce. Compounded only
of vegetable substances the curative
finalities of which were- fully tested,
they afford relief without chance of
injury.
Sugar Beets in England
For several years (irca* Britain
has experimented wilh the sugar
beet, but now, facing a sugar shortage and with the need of making the
country less dependent upon foreign
supply, the government is taking an
official concern in the possibilities of
lhis industry, Accordingly, thc government bar- made a loan towards
the creation of a sugar bed factory
near Newark, capable of dealing
with a large daily tonnage. The British Sugar Beet Growers' society has
purchased laid, and il is hoped lhat
this area, with additional land in the
vicinity cultivated by separate farmers, will produce eighty thousand
tons of beets ;. year, which should
yield eleven thousand tons of sugar-,
Canada Leads
In Wheat Yield
Exportable Surplus Six Times That
of the United States
"Canada leads lhc world in production of wheat per capita," said
Dr. C. A. Zavitz at lhc Western
Ontario Dairymen's convention held
at Slratford recently. "Our production is seventy and a half bushels
per head of population. Argentina,
which ranks next in this respect, prO-
diK-cs fifty-six and a third bushels
per capita, and the Uniled States
forty-five and a third. Canada's exportable surplus of wheat i^ six
times that of lhc United Slates.
In view of the existing wheat
shortage, Dr. _"a\il_ again emphasized the importance of growing
more spring wheat this year, and
again proved lhc groundlessness of
lhe current belief lhat spring wheal
in lhis province does not do so well
as ii formerly did. As n matter of
fact spring wheat yielded better in
the last three years than in any
olhcr three consecutive years in th:
last thirty-five with the exception oi
one.
Never before,    cither,    Iras    wheat
been better than it    promises to be
this year. Marquis is the va
grow, Dr. Zavitz said.
to
Are Very Popular in
Prince Edward Island
MR.   M.   ARSKNEAULT   TELLS
WHAT DODD'S KIDNEY
PILLS DID FOP. HIM
They Gave Him Quick Relief From
Headache ant! Backache���He Recommends Them to All Sufferers.
Cape Egmont, P.F..I. (Special)���
Dodd's Kidney I'ills have nurrferous
friend- in this tight little island, and
among the most enthusiastic of them
i:- Mr. Mathurin Arsci-car.lt, of this
place.
"I recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills
to all who suffer," Mr. Arseneault
says. "1 had been troubled with
headache and backache about two
years till 1 read in 1 lodd's Almanac
how many sufferers had bene filed by
using Dodd's  Kidney Pills.
"1 decided lo send for Iwo boxes.
Before I had finished taking them 1
was feeling as well as- ever.
"It gives me great pleasure lo say
a few words for Dodd's Kidney
Pills."
All over lhe island you find people who tell of benefits received from
Dodd's Kidney I'ills. 'lhcy arc. recognized as the standard remedy for
kidney ills. Acting direct1}' on the
kidneys, they refresh, and invigorate
those organs. The result is that they
do their full work of straining all
the impurities, aii the seeds of disease, out of the blood. That is why
Dodd's Kidney Pills arc recognized
as a tonic.
British' Columbia now has ovcr 350
milch goats, owned chiefly in small
lols. The goat industry in that province is growing very fast. The milk-
is proving highly nutritious and sanitary, the goats being practically immune from tuberculosis.
The ease with which corns and
warts ran be removed by Holloway'?
Corn Cure i* its strongest recommendation,   It seldom fails.
Minard's Liniment Relieves   Neuralgia.
General Haig's Burden
"The eoniinander-iii-rhief," says
Ceneral Sir William Robertson, "had
greater responsibilities than most
people imagined. All the troubles
and all the difficulties of the army
brought i'ii sooner or later in the
room of tlie commander-in-chief. All
human failings, misunderstandings,
recklessness, want of courage, for-
gelfuh-.css, and the thousand and one
things came before the commander-
in-chief, and he had to bear Ihe burden alone, simply because no one
could help him."
"There goes another married
man," said the girl at the candv
counter.
"How do you know*!-" asked the
cashier.
"Hc used to buy a three-pound
box of candy twice a week, and now
he buys half a pound once a
month.���Philadelphia Public Ledger.
WHILE AT WAR
Women Suffer at Home
Toronto, On!.���"a\ consider Doctor
Pierce's Favorite
Prescription thu
very best of wo-
man 'u   tonics     I
iiuiTeroil - Severn
nervous breakdown. 1 could not
sleep, was weak
and tiroil all the
time I took tbe
i ' Prescription' and
just a few bol ties
��� completely built
nm up anil relieved
ine of my nervous
eooditlon. It is a good medicine and I
am glad to recommend it.- -Mas. Alius
BmrpAiiD, ��50 Beaton tit.
Niagara Falls, Ont.���-"I can safely
say that 'Favorite Prcscriplion' did
mo a lot of good. I at one tlmo developed wnnan'�� trouble -, my norves were
completely shattered, and I bccasis weak.
I bad severe backache and pains in my
eido, extending down inlo my limbs. I
doctored, but did not get relieved of my
ailment and wss down anil out when I
began taking Dr. Piereo'a Favorite Prescription, and it so completely cured m��
and restored me to health and strength
that. I was able to do all my own work
and others besides. I do recommend
'Favor'to Proscription' to weak and ailing women; they eannot get a better
medicine."���Mrs, John 1-ockb.bt, _���
Terrace Ave.
Favorite Prescription Is an invigorating, restorative tonic, a soothing and
strengthening nervine and a positive
rentedy for the chrome weaknesses peculiar to women.
This old preseription of Dr. Pierce'��� It
extracted from roots and herbs by means
of pure glycerine and ls a temperance
remedy of RO years' good standing. Send
10c for trial pkg. of tablets to Dr. V. IL
Pierce, Invalid* ��� Hotel. Buffalo, M. T.,
W Bridgeburg, Ont,
Youngest Canadian Soldier Dead
Pte. AugllSte Doris, the youngest
soldier who went to the. front with
any of tlie Canadian forces, and
probably OllC of the youngest soldiers of tlie British empire, lo go
into the trenches who was preciously reported missing, i^ now reported
as killed in action on October 4,
1916. Pie. Doris was only fourteen
years of age, but a big boy for his
age, when he enlisted two years ago
with a Trench Canadian unit recruited in Montreal by Lieut.-Col. Dan-
sereati.   lie was so anxious to   en
list that he begged his mother to let
him go.    The boy's  mother    finally
gave    her    consent,    although     the.
, thought lie would he rejected.
: Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
Old Indian Died
Dick, an aged Indian cf Discovery
I Island, a vel .-an of thc days before
, tlie coining of Sir James Douglas to
I Vancouver island, passed away on
the Songhccs Reserve, llritish Co-
I himbia, recently.
j    Years   before,   the   coming of the
| white man to the island���how many
I vears he did not know���Dick     was
. born, and with his passing goes possibly the last Iin!; witli those far-olT
day.- when tlie wisp of smoke from
the Indian tepee was all that broke
the solitudes of virgin forests where
thc cily of Victoria now stands. Mr.
Dick is survived by but onc relative,
Mrs. Charlie Kamai, al whose home
he died.
Large Sale of Land
The ngrlcultuar.il activities of r.
country may lo a large extent be
gauged by the quickness with which
il? farm lands arc being disposed of.
Sales of Western Canadian land-
have continued with very little abats-
ment through the winter months.
Already some large deals have been
closed this year, one of the largest
being that of a five thousand acr*
ranch in the neighborhood of Mag-
raih, Alberta, which hai been sold
for ?75,000.
Bruises and Sprains
Have Sloan'* Liniment handy for
bruises and sprains and all pains and
aches. Quick relief follows its
prompt application. No need to
rub. It quickly penetrates to the
trouble and drives out the pain.
Cleaner than mussy plasters or ointments. Sloan's Liniment docs not
stain the skin nor clog the pores.
For rheumatic aches, neuralgia,
���tiff mtucles, Ume b.ck. lumbago, gout,
���tf.in*. and sprain-., it livrt quick teliel.
Cte-i.ro.-. -nurd bottlta at all tinirti**"..
Sloans i
Linitxient
KILLS PALV    .
Pro action of Hogs
Campaigns Have Been Launched in
Every Province
As a result of co-operation br.
tweeti He food controller and the
federal department of agriculture
the fanners throughout the Dominion have been informed of the necessity of increasing the production
of hogs in Canada, and campaigns
have been launched in every pro
vince under the direction of the provincial department of agriculture.
Steps have been taken by thc food
controller to conserve brcetlinc
stock, as part of tlie campaign for
increased production' of food animal.-!.
ANY CORN LIFTS OUT,
DOESN'T HURT A BIT
No foolishness! Lift your corns i
and calluses off with lingers {
���It's like magic! ,
  ���
Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns
or any kind of a corn, can harmlessly
bc lifted right out with thc lingers if
you apply upon thc. corn a few drops
of freezone, savs a Cincinnati authority.
1-or litlle cost onc can get a small
boltle of freezone at any drug store,
which wil! positively rid one's feet of
every corn or callus without pain.
This simple dnrg dries llie moment
it is applied and does not even irritate the surrounding skin while applying it or afterwards,
Tliis announcement    will    interest
many of our readers    If your druggist hasn't any freezone lell him lo
surely get a small bottle for you from .
Ids wholesale ding house.
Bran and Shorts for Farmers
As a result of the order in council
placing mill feed stuffs under cm-
bargo for export, except under license from the food controller, no
less than 0,640 tons of bran and
shorts intended for the I'nited
States have beer, diverted for the use
of Canadian fanners.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,
Gentlemen,���My daughter', 1.1 yrs.
old, was thrown from a sleigh and
injured lier elbow so badly it remained stiff and very painful for
three years. Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT completely
cured her and she lias nol been
troubled for two years.
Yours truly.
J. B. LIVESQUE;
Sl. Joseph, P.O., 18th Aug., 1900.
Plowing in January
Many farmers iu tin- neighborhood
of PlncllCl' ('reek, Alberta, availed
themselves of tlu mild weather prevailing at Uie beginning of January
to resume their plowing opnations.
This shows lhe eagerness with which
farmers in Ihis part of the country
are taking advantage of every opportunity of preparing lor the 1918
crop.
BEAD HER LBTTIttt
liullf.i-r. N.S.
"About eight months ago, I rend vour
advertisement in one of the Hnllfr.- p-ipu-i
offering a free trample oi Oln PUb fur lh.
Kltlneyn, I hnd been a tnrtrtyr for yettr:. to intense trains across the back. Before I hull
finished tbe third bos I fo���_J mirsetf perfeiiltj-
f reef rem. pslii,"       Yours nlim-rdy,
(Ma. . j -ire p-t-ict, THE    REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
4
NO POSSIBLE PEACE FOR GERMANY
WHILE MILITARY PARTY SUPREME
NO RELIANCE CAN BE PLACED ON ENEMY'S WORD
Petee With German Government Would Not Be Worth a Scrap
Ot Paper, as Officialdom Has Not Changed Since M4, When
Sacred Treaties and International Law were Disregarded
  o ���
The announcement in the Berliner
Tageblatt lhat the industrial regions
of Poland are to be annexed to Prussia is a significant commentary on
thc attitude of mind of thc German
rulers. After all the specious promises to Polish delegates regarding
the future of Poland, it is found that
no reliance whatever can bc placed
on the word of those who now speak
in thc name of Germnny, ITlc militarist party is supreme. President
Wilson was right when hc set aside
the German military autocracy when
considering the question of "peace b.
agreement and understanding," raised by the bureaucrats at Berlin. The
president looks
and permanent peace only tlirougli a
peace between the democracies. The
demand of llie German Junkers is for
a peace of governments.
The latest news from Germany
points to a tightening of the reins by
the warlords. Russia is to be. treated as a conquered nation, 'i'he mask
in at last torn off, and Germany, the
real Germany, demands her pound of
flesh. 'I'he Russians who believed in!
Germany's good faith are now beginning lo realize lhat the German
government and the Russian democracy are as far apart as thc poles,
and can never arrive at a peace that
will realize Russian aims. Gecinany
is out for plunder, and will not relinquish her hold ou thc    industrial
A Fearless Leader
Gallant Officer Charged Huna Single
Handed and Put Them to Rout
Stirring episode;-, of thc heavy
lighting at Cambrai which resulted
in llic withdrawal of our line are
beginning lo reach Canada from
Wounded men. When tho preliminary bombardment of Marcoing was
opened by llie enemy a certain company commander, looking out of lis
quarters, saw several Germans in
possession of a. dump not far away.
Although slill in his sleeping clothes,
. . In- seized Iiis Irench stick and rush-
?a.���.!_.c.ji.r_ Ic<- ���������''���'��� ���������''"'��� Wli-v ,l"'-/ -'���-��� ��������-
fire upon liim is one of tin* little
mysteries wliicli will probably never
bc explained. The gallant officer
charged thc Huns and struck the
first one hc came to sueh u sweeping blow that hi: killed liim outright. On this thc remainder bolted.
Tin- officer then collected such orderlies,  signallers,  and  other detail
Smuggling Food
Into Germany
Swiss Officials Kept Busy Watching
Ingenuity in Tricks Across
Lake
The Swiss government li is just
handed over six additional motor-
boats to thc customs official'.; whose
difficult and dangerous work it is to
limit down the German smugglers
upon Lake Constance. Smuggling
along thc Swiss frontier has never
reached very alarming proportions,
and thanks to the severe measures to
cope with it in force it is now on thc
decline. Just as at the Swiss inland
centres the police regard every German as a likely spy, so at the frontier the Swiss customs authorities
take for granted tlie ho
German is a smuggler.
A great deal of ingenuity is displayed in the attempts made to deceive the customs officials, How German musicians returning home, from
the brilliant violinist 'lown to the
man wlio plays llio trombone, can
resist tin; temptation to conceal foodstuffs in their instruments. Thc case
of thc Munich court orchestra is
classic in this respect. Tho orchestra, wliicli counts ovcr 90 members,
jauntily presented itself at tlie frontier after a triumphant tour 'hrough
Switzi.-rl.ind, in the belief the customs examination would be a mere
formality. The officials thought otherwise; with lhc result that in the
recesses of the instruments and in
lhc luggage, 210 pounds oi sausage,
\ 00 pounds of lard, 9 "sides" of ba-
���on, ,1 hams, some tea, some butter,
KOinr
as he could, and falling in with two ��.d a-large quantity of eggs,  were
companies of infantry led thc whole discovered.    J.he lood, in    spite    ot
heterogeneous force on to Lcs Rues pleadnigs, arguments, and    menaces,
Vcrtcs. which   they   entered just as was promptly confiscate!.
the Germans wcrc advancing into
(the other end of it. Fierce hand-to-
hand lighting ensued, and tho enemy was beaten back. A machine
gun was giving us a lot oi trouble;
������Iver in each hand
���iiiijui.ii u.i ii".'i on mj. "'-""*��� ���;-��� i so gripping a revolver in each hand
regions of Poland until forced to do I- -(jl-mvi,,- hy a faithful orderly,
so by a superior military j.owcr.^H | ,110 intrepid office rushed   thc  post
.vas never thc intention of Germany i
to act in good faith in her diplomatic'
negotiations with llic Bolsheviki government. That is why the German
government has refused to state her
war aims. Militarism is in the saddle at Berlin, and will reso.-t to all
thc devices of the desperate gambler
to prevent the allies reaping the
fruits of victory hy an agicement
and understanding between the peoples of the warring nations.
It is as clear as noonday that no
peace ean.be made with the German
government that would bc worth
the paper it was written ou. Official
Germany has not changed since, in
191-1, she trampled upon sacred treaties and 'international law and resorted to weapons -ot barbarism and
piracy. I. '*, the same unmoral,
treacherous roc that now casts her
covetous eyes on the rich industrial
regions of Poland, while proffering
to the Poles the empty till-: of a
kingdom. This is lhc Germany
whom Sir Edward, now I.ord, Grey
described in 1915 as the nation that
sought to control the destiny oi other nations���a Germany "free to
break international treaties; free to
crush when it pleased her; free to
refuse all mediation; free to go to
war when it suited her; free, when
she did go lo war, lo break Rgain all
rules of civilization and humanity on
hind and at BCa."
Not on such tcrmg vill thc allies
conclude peace. Russia, like ihc
other allies, is learning to distinguish
between thc German government and
the German people. The German
government is out for annexation.
The freedom of Russia is to be tha1
which lire Junkers at Berlin mete
out to her. Can Russia longer doubt
'in which side lies her only hope of
security?���Toronto Globe.
IJ. S.l^Theliescue
[ml ollici-r rushed   llic  po
hero   Uu;   weapon   was mounted
I The orderly was killed, but iu quick
I succession  the  officer    bowled over
the whole eight of tho gun icaui and
calling  for volunteers,  trained     thc
weapon upon the enemy.    He    then
organized the   defence oi Les Hues
Vcrtcs,    and   under    his   jnspiriting
leadership the   little   garrison  continued to light steadily for thc r.-st
of the day.
Canada in War to the Finish
Her Great Problem ls Finance, Says
Hon. Frank Carvell
Speaking as tin; guest of honor before thc Canadian club of New York,
Hon. Frank B. Carvell, Canadian
minister of public works, said that
Canada would remain in the war until thc last gun was fired, "Our love
of libcrt*., the love of liberty that
w Canadians cherish in our hearts,'*!
the speaker said, "caused us to rc-i
spo-.ul lo thc colors more than four!
hundred thousand strong. Seventy
thousand of our sons have fallen in
battle, but thousands morc will Iill!
the ranks until final victory comes."
The great problem that Canada'
lias to deal with is finance, the min-',
istcr continued, the magnitude of
the lask being apparent when it is;
considered that tins year the Do-1
minion must raise between "-600,1)00-'
000 anil ��700,000,000, whereas the au-1
The suspicion has reached a. certainty that thc German diplomatic
agents smuggle foodstuffs a.ross thc
frontier to friends or families in the
Fatherland; but international custom
forbids the examination hy the customs officials of lhc diplomatic valines. The smuggling carried on by
authorized German agents constitutes a morc serious affair, alike for
thc allies, less ihan ever disinclined
to scc the blockade weapon blunted,
and for the Swiss, whose food situation is sufficiently critical at present.
Thc rationing regulations and the rc-
strictions concerning the sale and accumulation of food has happily led
to a diminution in the smuggling
conducted under German official auspices. The lines on- which lhe official contraband organizers worked
before the introduction of the regulations in question were extremely
simple. German agents, mainly commercial travelers, who know Switzerland well, traveled through thc
country from Basic to Lugano, from
St. Gall to Geneva, buying all the
foodstuffs and raw materials possible
at fancy prices, and forwarding
theni, when bought, to storage depots at Berne or Zurich.
Thc stocks thus accumulated wen:
kept at the depots until a suitable
opportunity arose of rushing them.
across the frontier in high speed motor cars, or, if the Lake of Constance
were selected as thc spot for the
transfer, in motor boats.
At prcsCnt smuggling is practically confined to Lake Constance, The
Swiss shore of the lake, in parts extremely desolate, is difficult to patrol; and at an appointed spot at an
appointed '.our the transfer of thc
muggled goods lo motor car or to
boat may bc effected
^^^^^^^_ , wailing motor boat may
helium annual income of the gov- without much fear of detection, llie
eminent v. as not morc than $150,- German crews who man these boats
000,000.    "But Canada will    go    on|arc ���\.��et\ men, belonging   lo    the
navy. Exciting night chases frequently occur on tiro lake. Sometimes thc pursuing Swiss overtakes
the scurrying smugglers, when tncrc
arc oaths uttered by guttural    Gcr-
e are i
Car-'
and her debts will be paid, VV
in the light to the finish," Mr
veil said.
One of the greatest victories Canada has won since lhc beginning ot
Will Supply Needs of British Colonics for Foodstuffs
British colonies in the Atlantic
which depend almost wholly mi llic
United Stales for foodstuffs audi isn
Other supplies, will have their needs j solv
taken care of. This assurance has
been given lo Sir William L. Allfir-
dlcc, governor of ilu: Bahama Islands, who has been conferring at
Washington with Britisii and American auiliorities.
The Bahamas, Jamaica and ill I
Bermudas, as well as other small
Knglish West Indian colonics, have
felt lhe effect*; of lhe recent stringent export regulations ot the United States, and as ihey an- furnishing
troops for service al the front they
feel the Uniled States should recognize litem as co-bclligcrcnts.
Ihc war, Mr. Carvell said, was in the!,nan voices, struggles, captures, sciz-
prohibitton oi the sale and mami-1 urcs 0f contraband; or sometimes the
factiire of intoxicating liquors. After pursuer i.s completely outdistanced.
April 30, he said, lhe Dominion will, when tho escaped boat makes in the
be dry and will remain so for the direction of Fricdrichshavcn the
duration of lhe war. Swiss officials know that the smug-
Speaking of the railway situation, g*ers arc carrying a freight I
Mr. Carvell said; I great airship factory    which
Thc railway problem in   Canada j Zeppelin established Iher
t    u   very difficult problem   to
r  the
Count
because our railways are, and I yrr Qalfour'a statement that the
have at all times been, self-support-1 cstghii_hmcnt of the Jews in I'alcs-
ing. If ypu or the I'nited States j)lc .1S t|K,.;r naiionul home is one 01
would but return to us the enor- (Iu, objects of our policy, greatly
mous number of freight cars thntl si|,'lpiifics ihe political issues. It is
wen- loaned to you, wo in Canada I t an .u.;,.,-,.���t that the Eastern poi-
ivould be able to do much more to ��� of ;\*oxlllldrr lhe Groat, Julius
relieve iho congestion of ir.iffic bc-|^esar ;llu- Napoleon, were marked-
twocn our   countries.     At    present ���.   0ra-Tcwish.   Tlicy all saw   in   a
ihere are fully 25,000 ��--* "'	
cars in the United Si
are Amcrii
Tin
there
heart
by
of traffic
'.?0"i5..,.v'ni^o'ig"J Jewish  "state "iii Palestine a
tales thim there My*& jq( ,,,_;,. positioil h ,;��� ,-.lst,
.________ ! So does llio British government, and
,_ ,, _ ,      . ' il is lo be congratulated mi having at
it Pays to Advertise | la6t ,)ro].cn ,-ml--y wjt|, Turkey  and
I il pays to advertise and lhat
arc a largo number of gondii people in tho world, is shown
story told in a Boston paper. A
Community Horse Shows
Every community owes to _ itself j newspaper writer described iiie easel "The Worst Is Yet to Come'*
the duly and privilege of holding tl of a man al a (raining camp who y|,0 war ;s nothing like over. Tt
horse show. 11 may bc a colt show, had never received a letter since he hardest 'rial's are still lo conic. Th'
rather modest in its pretensions, or arrived there. In a few days he had deniaiids lhat it has already made
It may be a horse show of large pro- received  1,900 tellers   by   ordinary ,,--,, ns for sacrifice
\     .1    .:..!..!..       I ll���.l I  -.        ,n   ....    ........    J_f!���      1    _-, ' upun   UB    IU1    ....inn..
laid liie foundations of a new and
genuinely liberal Eastern policy.���
Manchester Guardian.
portions. A show rightly handl
will probably do more than any olh
er one fin-tor lo arouse a fnvorabli
community  Interest.*���Breeders'   Ga
_cllo.
Her Complaint
Doctor���Your 'laughter, madam, is
Buffering from constitutional inertia.
The Girl-���There, ma! And you've
been saying 1 am simply lazy.
Brilish Columbia imported $18,000-
000 worth of foodstuffs hist year,
most oi which could have been pro-
du.cJ at home.
mail, 19 by
parcels of
Journal.
by   ordinary
special delivery, and 54 , patriotism   an
comforts.��� Edmonton    - -   ���
"Edgar?"
"Ves, mother.
"What are yo-i children doing?"
"Playing royalty. I am a Knight
of tin; Garter, and Edwin is Saturday."
"That is an odd name for royally."
"Ob, it is just a nickname on account of his till'-,"
"What is the title?"
"Night of tl-.. Bath."���Youngs-
town Telegram,
and practical
,is little compared
with the demands it has yet to make
"The.testing time," as we have said
more than once, is approaching. Wc
can only bear it with credit if thc
high resolves and thc selfless impulses of three years ago a-*ai:i govern lhe conduct of every class and
of every individual,���London Daily
Mail.
While shovelling snow on a trail
above llu; Surprise niine near San-
don, B.C., a workman was caiifjlit
in a .slide ami travelled a distance of
1,000 fect without i"jury.
WESTERN FARMERS WILL RESPOND
TO CALL FOR LARGER PRODUCTION
ARE NOW FACING TREMENDOUS RESPONSIBILITIES
President Wood, of the United Farmers of Albert*, Declare!
The Growing Scarcity of Grain and Meat, Especially Wheat
And Pork, Threatens the Strength of the Allied Cause
-o
German Arrogance
Hard to be Borne
Belgians Groaning Under the   Yoke
of the Huns
From a Flemish letter received
from tbe occupied territory the following excerpts are reproduced:
"How do we live? You cannot con-
ceive the least idea of the situation.
Whichever way wc turn about, wc
cannot but run against the German
arrogance which, provoking and
scornful, looks down upon us. All
this is most painful. For a sharp retort or a disdainful muttering, people havc to pay fines upon lines, even
when money has become so indispensable to procure the strict necessaries.
And for all that, the. strictly necessary is still very hard to get. Wc
have too much to let us di., and too
little to live on. Wc cr.; getting to bc
as thin as fish bones, but thc hope,
the strong will and our sacred right
(it shall, in spite of all, end in victory come day) keep us up and doing: As for the rest, we lct the days
pass by just ns God sends them to
us.
Besides, there, is no despondency,
everyone is calm an'd it becomes only
a case of endurance. It is now wc can
really scc what an admirable people
is ours. The heart rends when one
considers all thc misery surrounding
him.
Thc German is becoming more, and
more rapacious, lie is fleecing us
and strangling ns in every possible
way.
After the war is over, Belgium can
only be lhc shadow of her former
self, as she was before ihc hostilities."
The Spirit That Wine
Officer Was Glad to Meet Again His
Companions in Arms
Two privates iu Blighty blue wcrc
limping their way along Kcgcnt
street, London. F.ach had bis bauges
of honor���two and three eloquent
gold stripes. They were in London
town again���in it, but somehow not
of it. Only lhc accident of ivar made
them Regent street saunterers.
From thc opposite direction there
approached a young officer with a
lady companion. He, loo, had the
"gold stripes of the twice wounded.'
Eager and bright, he seemed absorbed in his companion, apparently
not noticing thc two privates. Indeed, lie was almost by them when
iu a flash he darted from the side of
his companion, seized the band of
one of llic privates in a hearty grip
and ejaculated:
"Great heaven! fancy meeting you
hero! Bit different when we were
together before, eh? What a tight
corner! And only wc 'two left���and
here wo arc again. And how arc yon
nnd how are you getting on?"
Succeeded a string of other questions, culminating in "Getting better, eh? Feci as if you'll soon be
ready to go out again? Hoy/ do you
feci about il? Will you be glad to
go?"
What lhe private =a>..l may be inferred from lhe resumption of the
officer's talk.
"That's the right spirit. _ Shouldn't
wonder if wo meet again in another
hot corner. Well, good luck and
rherrnl"
The Soldier Spirit
The following is a quotation irom
a letter written by an officer in Palestine: "We have had a very rough
lime- -real soldiering���none of your
Iwo days' push and back inlo billets,
as it seems they enjoy in France,
How glad I. am that 1 was out oi
hospital in lime for this show! Wc
have had dreadful discomforts to
contend wilh���heat and dust storms
by day, bitter cold nights, with no
blankets to cover one ami practically
no sleep, biscuits and tinned meat
for rations, and lhc very limited issue of half a gallon of water per man
per diem for drinking, cooking and
washing purposes. My lips arc
blistered and cracked for want of
moisture on them, But I have enjoyed it all so much because I have
seen at last with my own eyes the
groat moral effect of a flank attack
against a wonderfully Btrong trench
system."
What Mr. Hanna Says
"As food controller, I cannot
change thc fact of the world shortage. I cannot, by decree, overcome
the tremendous deficiency of wheal
in the allied countries or supply the
war demand from empty granaries.
But 1 can, and I will, do all in my
power to prevent speculation, to ensure equitable distribution of essential food supplies and to limit middlemen's profits to a reasonable compensation for necessary scrvicei."���
Hon.  VV. J. JJ_���n_.
"The situation today is that one of
(he weakest points in our military
strength is food production," said
President Wood, addressing the delegates at a recent gathering of tlm
United Farmers of Alberta, at Calgary.   Mr. Wood' continued:
"VV'e have got to produce every
pound of meat and every bushel of
grain wc can, more especially is this
true of wheat and porl;. 'lhe growing scarcity of these commodities
threatens tho strength of tne allied
cause.
"I believe that the farmers are
men of principle, men of honor, men
who will answer to the call of duty
readily, and give as efficient scrvici
to thc cause of right as any great
body of men in Canada. Simple duty
calls to ca.-h and every farmer of
Alberta to produce all he can till this
war is over. The war, actual ,-onfliet,
has reached our farms. VV'e, the farmers of Alberta, may win or lose this
fight. If wc put up lln; best fight
we can and lose, we may still fearlessly face the world, knowing that
honor at least is left, though all else
is lost. But if we do less than our
best and lose what can we think of
ourselves? What will others think
of us? If we spend our time quibbling over the wrongs others are doing, quibbling over tin; prices which
are already reasonable and profitable,
while multitudes of helpless women
and children arc starving to death,
and our military efforts are in danger of breaking down for want of the
things we .-ould produce, how shall
We ever justify ourselves belore tho
world or before unborn generations
of our own children?
"Germany believes that might m
right. Advancing civilization will
utterly destroy that sentiment. Toe
farmers of Western Canada arc
building' an economic and political
force. Wo possess the elements oi
rl mighty power. Tlio only safe
foundations on which wc .-an erect
this force is that right is might, If
wc build on this foundation -vo nave
nothing to fear. VVh-n did wo ever
i have such an opportunity to show
Uie world our spirit? 'Io lay bar-;
our souls, a.s wc now have in meeting the stern and exacting responsibilities of this relentless war3
"Wc will emerge from this supreme test an irresistible force in the
defence of our own rights, and a
mighty power ;n the affairs of Canada or we will emerge a discredited
class, 'with none so poor as to da
us reverence.'
"We have nothing to fear against
false charges of a profiteering spi.it.
The only thing we havo to fear is
ourselves. Wc are face to face wilh
responsibilities which will i'or.o us tn
uncover our souls and show to the
world whether we have the mean
spirit of the profiteer or the spirit of
true men. I have absolutely no fear
of the farmers if they understand
thc situation. I want to say to yon
with all the earnestness that I profess that 1 .th fully convinced that
the situation is far morc worse i-i
Europe than my words can picture
and express. 'Ihr; world >s facing
famine. Famine threatens lho defeat of our armies. Every pound of
meat wc can produce, and every
bushel of wheat wo ran raise means
tho preservation oi life. Every ounce
of meat or bread we can save by
strict economy will help. Then God
helping US, let us do our best."
The Poor Bandmaster
Colonel G ii a fine commander, lint not a imisici. n. Ho sent
for lhc ehirf musician of !iis regimental band one day and delivered
this scathing criticist
"1 noli'*-: a lack of uniformity
about thc band which must be r-gu-
latcd, Yesterday morning they were
out on parade, and the largest man
in the bar'-! was playing a little bit
of an instrument���flute or something
of tho ki-.nl and you had    the    big
drum played by a small min. That
sort of thing doesn't look well, and
must be attended to. I want lhe
small men to play small instruments
and the big men the big instruments.
And another thing���I wan. thc trombone players to slide their instruments in and out in unison. It annoys me to sec them all out of step
with their hands." ��� Pittsburgh
Chronicle-Dispatch.
Words for Posterity
Mr. Lloyd George uttered words
which will be recall"'! on ihe day of
victory and which posterity will read
again when hc said: "It is llic time
(or the nation to plant its f'.et more
firmly than ever on the ground and
to square ils shoulders to bear iho
increased weight cast upon it by
cvcnls." That is the language wliicli
it is necessary to keep before the
allies at thc moment when German
reinforcements from the Russian
front are arriving . on the western
front.���Lo Temps  (Paris).
W.     N.    U.     1194 THE OOTTRTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And l ouiox Valley Advocate
���A  Weekly  Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B. C,
N, H. BODttN, ISditor and Proprietor
Subscription *l SO per Year in  Advance
$2.00 per annum if nut so paid
THURSDAY MAR. 14,    1918
Notes and Comments
One of the many promises made
by the present administration at
the last general election was the
abolition of closed towns, and their
opening to trade aud competition.
We are not awure that a Single
step has yet been taken to effect
tllis urgent reform, and as Mr-
Stewart doubtless .secured voles in
Powell Kiver on the strength of
that pledge, it would appear highly desirable that he brine; uu the
matter in the Legislature without
further delay. It is a.scandal lhat
some of the most promising industrial communities are allowed to
virtually treat vvould-be entrants as
trespassers, and that it is rendered
impossible for tlietn to rent or purchase location on the townsites belonging to the controlling corporation.
Chief Justice Duff lias decided
that the nation's necessities are
greater than those of the banks,
and has therefoie ordered that the
app nl of 2o.o bank clerks be dis-
niiss'.-'l. They will be called up ill
four drafts, the first on March 15th
and Uie 01 hers Mnv 15, July 15 and
September 15. Of the first-draft of |
834 to be  call
inst  the  Royal  Bank  contributes
120 aim tlie Bunk of Commerce 112,
The International Bible Students
Association is circulating a petition
asking the Secretary of State to remove the ban on the "Finished
Mystery," and the Bible Student's
Monthly, claiming that the articles
complained of in them were written
by Pastor Russell twenty years ago
and therefore can by no manner of
means lie construed as German propaganda.
Ladysmith farmers and business
men are endeavoring to have a
Creamery established at that place
The milk from over 400 cows has
alreidy beeu guaranteed. This
should be the neucleotis of a very I
promising creamery, for as soon as
other farmers see how much better
off the patrons . are they will get'
busy too. I
Statements of election expenses I
filed recently   shoM  that  the  last
general contest in Ottawa cost Sir j
Wilfrid Laurier and  his running
mate,    Hal    Mcciverin,   $8,160,
while the cost to A   E, Fripp, one |
of the two   successful  candidates,
was $1,859     Dr. Chabot, the other
government candidate, has not yet
filed his statement,
The population of Greater Vancouver is rapidly increasing, according to. an estimate of Mr Jas.
Henderson; if the Henderson Publishing Co. He places the figures
for Poinl Grey, North and South
Vancouver a.nd Vancouver Cil j approximately 170,000, This is nn
increase of about [��,000 over last
year. His estimate is the result
of recent canvassing by his staff.
Th-j new member from Alberni
is evidently of a curious nature.
His first question in the House was
to ask what the government intended to do about compensation in
the matter of the hotels whose bars
were closed by Act of Parliament
last year
We venture in suegest that it is
high time the single lax system
was adopttd. in Courtenay. One
reason for which i.s that nearly all
the street lights illuminate vacant
ip 011 the 151I1 J property while the house-owner foots
the bill.
Tbe Liquor dealers are sending
out great quantities of literature
describing their wares and advising
all disciples of Bacchus to lay in a
goodly supply before April ist, as
after that Canada will be bone dry
until alter the wur at least.
John Redmond, the great Irish
lender who for tlie past forty years
has been ���n agitator for Home Rule
in Ireland, died last Week.
Campbells
New
Spring Goods
Now Being Shown.
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Dress Goods
Zephyrs, Ginghams, Prints,
Flannelettes, Cretons, Lawns
and Nainsooks, Art Muslins
and Art Draperies, Advance
Styles in  Ladies and Misses
Ready-to-wear Goods.
Ladies Palm Beach wash suits
Pique, Crash and Linen Wash
Skirts
Middy Waists, House Dresses
Childrens Dresses and
Pinafores
A complete range of Ladies
Whitewear in all lines
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Our Men's Dept. is now complete with Newest Spring
and Summer Styles in Men's
W. G. & R. Shirts, Men's and
Boys' Caps, Newest Styles in
Men's Soft and Hard Felt
Hats.
S. ODA
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block
Courtenay
Campbe
CUMBERLAND
HEADQUARTERS FOR]
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B.  LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard CVriage Builder
COURTKNAY
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be  Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
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Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo  Railway
TRAIN SERVICE:
For   Victoria���11.35    Monday,  Wednesday    and
Friday, connecting at Parksville Junction with train
for Port Alberni,
From   Victoria���9.00   Tuesday,    Thursday,   and
Saturday, connecting at  Parksville Junction with
I     train from   Port   Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at 16.10.
Phone RC60
D. B. NICKERSON
"A|-nt C-Hirten>r,
Comox  Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonable rates
E. C. CLIFFE
COMOX
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
-v*:> i i ts Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks  Beach  &  Field
PIANO & ORGAN
Tunng and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here abort Oct. 1
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Royal Standard Flour
Firmly Established in
Public Favor
As milled in the past���as milled today���something, more  than  merely Good Flour.     It is
Supremely Good Flour
"Royal Standard " excells in all the points by
which a Flour is judged.    It produces a larger
loaf-with a crisper crust-with a bread flavor that
is more de icate and palatable
'Royal Standard'' milled under tlie Government
regulations enables the housewife lo make a
genuine conservation loaf. If she will add at
every baking, say, 25 per cent, of Royal .Standard Rye Flour, she will aid still further the
conservation of wheat for the Allies, and will
find lier bread loses not one jot of delicious
wholesouieness or satisfying llavor,
Test the idea at your next baking
All live grocers si_-ll Royal Standard,     Accept no substitutes
Look for the " Circle V " on every sack
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Phone 33, End of Bridge .   B. Towler,   Mgr.
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COURTENAY  TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY
KUSHIDA
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Store Between   Bridges
Courtenay
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
No. 1 Clover Hay     526.00
Agricultural Lime  60c per cwt.
Building Lime $1.60 per bbl.
Corn Chop at $2.35 and Oat Feed ai $1.40 per sack  are  the
cheapest dairy feed 011 the market.
BRAN and SHORTS at Food Controllers prices,
We have a few sacks of Purity, Gold Seal,  and  B.  and
K. Bread Flours on hand.    When we have disposed of these
there will be no choice in flour��� all will be the .new  Government Standard Grade.
We Deliver
Phone  66
Speed and Satisfaction with
the Telephone
Action is the essence of the contract these days, Action
means speed. We see it every day in the steady increase iu
the number of motor cars in use. People want to move quickly, to settle matters promptly.
All the more should the telephone be appreciated. Nothing Is more (satisfactory .for it delivers the message and
returns the answer immediately The motor may be quick,
but the telephone is much quicker.
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
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Still There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repnir
,_-__*,._-       w<        W1LLARD
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
Cumberland and Couilensy THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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CANADA
Income  Tax  Forms
Are   now   available
Returns must be filed on or before 31st March
THE Dominion Income War Tax Act requires you to fill in one or more of
the five special Forms provided before 31st March, 1918. In order to
assist the public to understand just what is required of them, information
on each Form is given below. Read carefully, then get three copies of the
form that fits your case and fill them in. Answer all questions fully and
accurately. For making false statements, a penalty of $10,000 or saX months'
imprisonment, or both, is provided.
Individuals.���All persons unmarried, and all widows or widowers without dependent children;
whose income is $1500 a year or more, must fill in Form Tl. All other persons whose income is
$3000 or n.oro, use the same Form. Where any income is derived from dividends, list amounts
received from Canadian and Forcicn securities separarely. Fill in pages 1, 2 and 3 only. Do not
mark on page 4. Partnerships, as such need not file returns, but the individuals forming the partnerships must.
Corpora*:-'. "S Slid Joint St.-s-rk Companies, no matter how created or organized, shall pay the
norma! tax on income crce-ding $3000. Use Form T2���giving particulars of income. Also
attach a financial statement. Under Deductions, show in detail amounts paid to Patriotic Fund
and Canadian Red Cross or ether approved War Funds.
Trustees, !--te;**":o**5, Administrators of Estates and Assignees use Form T3. Full particulars
of the distribution of income from all estates handled must be shown as well as details of amounts
distributed.   A separate Form must be filled in for each estate.
Employers must use Form T4 to give names and amounts of salaries, bonuses, commissions and
Other remuneration paid to all employees during 1917 where such remuneration amounted in tlie
aggregate to $1000 or over.
Corporation EJsts of Shareholders.���On Form T5 corporations shall give a statement of all
bonuses, and dividends paid to Shareholders residing in Canada during 1917 stating to whom paid,
and the amounts.
Figures in every case are to cover 1917 income���all Forms must be filed by 31st March,   For
neglect, a (inc of Si.2 for each day of def-*u'it may be impc.sd.
In the case of Forms Tl and T2, keep one copy of the filled in Form and file the other two with
the Inspector of Taxation for your District.    In the case of T3, T4 and T5, keep one copy and file
the other two, with the Commissioner of Taxation, Dept. of Finance, Ottawa.
Forms may be obtained from the District Inspectors of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres.
Postage musl be paid on all Idlers
and documents forwarded by mail
to Inspector of Taxation.
Department of Finance,
Ottawa, Canada
Inspector  of Taxation,   A.   G. McCandless
Molson's Bank Building Vancouver, B. C.
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Comox Valley Cow Testing Association
Iyist ol cows that have given 50 lbs of butter during  Feb.
Name of cow lbs milk lbs Sutler
Roxy 837.
Peru .. -. 1302
Beauty 1064.
Annie S74.
Louie H93.
Dolly 1084.
Young Tiger 921.
Spike  741,
Leonie 748.
Cherry 353,
  66.4 t, D, Smith
      65.3...: O. Hornby
  64.5  W. T, Wain & Son
  61.1 R. U. Hurford
  60.3 A. Urquhart
  59.4 1'ritcliard &Sons
  58.0 II. Gurney
  57.9 A. Urquhart
  59.1 T. I). Smith
.,    ,   56.7,, R, Williamson & Sous
Heather 829  55.2    A. McMillan
ftwe- 1033  54.2 T. D Smith
AUen  988  54.1  B. D. Brougliton
Jaby    992   53.2    H. Gurney
N��ncy 642   52.4 A, Urquhart'
I-e����ette 846  5*1.6 T. D, Smith
Violet 1026  51.4 K. Rees
N,e11,-: 843  51.1 B. I*.."'Broughton
IIlackie ,  989  50.7 '..S. Calhoun
Urquhart   794  50.0 "
Nellie 10 months 11207 649.0 A. McMillan
Fannie 10 1-2 months 11882 644 7 "
Polly 10 1-2 months *"11754 638^9 "
Sally 10 months ,9844 577.3 "'
Dolly 10 months  8590 570.9  R. U. Hurlord
Rhodena 10 months 8847 529.4.... .A   McMillan
Dell 9 months 5567 458.9 T. D, Smith
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Ctisiue Excelleu
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Gravel
Rates Reasonable
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
j* The Bestjand cheapest bread in the district
14 Loaves for $1, 7 for SO cts, 4 for 30cts, 2 for 15 cts
���,We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement,'
McBRYDE
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop    ^.^-."tlT	
Opposite the city hall
I otter From Tho Front
Mr. H. Porteous,
Dear Sir:���Please convey to the
people of Courtenny my thanks lor
lhe |uice parcel they sei t over,
which I received on the _8tb day
ot December. I have not seen any
of the other bovs that 1 left Courtenay witlif since I left England,
which was the 2nd .if October: iu
lact, I have only met one lad from
Courtenay, Peterson, lhat was in
the Biiildei's Supply, We are hay-
ing lovely weather out here just
now, freezing al .lights, sunshine
through lhe day. Long ifiay il
last as the ruin and mud are worss
here than il is oil our own dear island,���
Well, I gliesis I will do-re hoping
this finds both you and Mrs. Porteous in the best of hcallh, and
kindly uive.nlI the- people of Courtenay my kindest tegards.
Sapper J. S. Matthewsou,
Soldiers of Tbe soil Movement
The Canada Food Board has recently completed nrrangenients for
the argauization of Older Boys in
all provinces to aid in the campaign
for greater production. They ;r:e
to be known as the ''Soldiers of the
Soil."
Because of_the heed of greater
production and shortage ft manpower on the land, i' is believed
lliul fanners will welcome the 8s-
sistance particularly of IIi>:h School
boys 15 to 19 vears of age, to help
supply the necessaiy labotii lhis
year.
Hoys are uot afraid to work, Canadian lads want to do theii share
because o ur soldiers, the Empire,
and the Allies.ueed ever) ounce ol
food  we can  produi e,    'i i 1 ������   ure
Willing niiil quick lo  |c:i! n.
',11 1917 several ihr tisand boys
demonstrated thcii willingness and
efficiency in farm service. Many
farmers, at lirst ski pkical, ���������. ���
convinced of the value of the i 1 v,
They found Canada's second line
of defence strong. Without I
they could not possibly have
\ esled such crops.
The contribution of at least 25,-
000 1 oys lhis year w ill ofl set
large measure tlie shortage due to
the departures of men for mttil 1
service overseas. 'lhe artnj oi
Older Boys to-be enli-tc-i within 1
few days from coast to coast, pledged to see lhe farmer through, will
help lo roll up a great crop this
year, Because of this movement,
farmers may confidentially plan for
greater crops, assured of the help
to harvest them,
Enrolment blanks are being forwarded- herewith. Everv farmer
desiring to secure the services of
boys tllis spring aud summer should
complete one ot these- application
forms and forward same to the Department of Agriculture immediately, addressed to tlie ' Provincial
Superintendent ol the Soldiers ol
the Soil," Parliament Buildings,
Victoria   B.  C,
(Signed)  Wm. I-". S.*>ott,
Deputy Minister of Agriculture.
Willi reference to the above, all
those fannrers interested in the
movement are informed that the
blank application forms foi .securing the services of boys Cbii be obtained from Mr. G. Bigelow, Secretary of the Farmer's Institute
Courteuay, B. C.
R. P, Vigors, Captain,
Pres, Comox Fanners' Institute.
The Secretary of the Farmer'
Institute is now in possession of a
"Truog" soil tester for acidity in
the soil, This is the latest invention for such testing aud records
the degree of acidity. Arrangements are being made by the Institute for .testing the soil of all
members who wish such a test, and
they are requested to send in their
names to the Secretary without delay . It may be necessary to make
a small charge ;for the test. All
members requiring lime for agricultural purposes are requested to
submit their names to the Secre.
tary stating the amount required.
Do You
READ?
The Courtenay  Review
Family Herald and Weekly Star
and the Daily Province
for one year
for $6 THE   REVIEW,   COURTNEY,   B.    a
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HAROLD BINDLOSS
WARD. LOGIC & CO., LIMITED
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"Then why do you want to nor"
i "1 can't tell you. 1 had a hard
life in England and, on thc whole,
was glad to get away. Perhaps it's
a homing Instinct, like the pigeon's
and perhaps it's sentiment, We came
because nobody wanted ut and have
ourselves pretty comfortable, America's our model and we have no use
for English patronage, but every
now and then the pull cornea and wc-
long to go back, though wc wouldn't like to stop there. It's illogical
but if there was trouble in Europe
anil the Old Country needed help,
we'd all go across."
"In a mild way, tiro journey's
something of an adventure," Carmen suggested. "Doesn't that appeal to a man?"
'It does,"  poster
agrc
"Om
might imagine that there was enough
adventure here, hut it really isn't so.
The lone trail has a mineral claim
at the end of it; you look forward
to thc elevator company's receipt
when you break thc new furrow
Hardship gets as monotonous as
comfort; you want something fresh,
a job, in fact, that you don't under-
take for money. Of course, if you
look at ii economically, this is foolish."
"I like you better as a sentiment
alist than a philosopher," Carmen
answered. "It's the former outgoes lo when one wants things
done. However, if you would like a
dance "
She danced well and Foster knew
there wcrc men in the hall who envied Iiini. He, moreover, imagined
that Carmen knew it would bc remarked that she hnd banished her
other attendants and shown him
special favor. This, of course, would
not trouble her, because Carmen
generally ilid what she pleased, but
he felt inclined to wonder about her
object. He knew her well enough
to think she had an object. When
thc music slopped she said, "Nov,-
you may lake mc in to supper."
Supper was served in au anteroom, hui, although lhis was contrary to local custom, thc guests
came in when lhcy liked and were
provided with small, separate tables.
Instead of jster's leading, Carmen
guided him to a ��� jiiict nook, partly
screened hy cedar branches, where
tlicy could scc without being seen.
Ue thought it significant thai a spot
with such advantages should he unoccupied, but this did not cause liim
much surprise. Ihings generally
happened as Carmen wanted, and it
was a privilege to s-ip with the prettiest and cleverest girl in the hall.
"You are going to stay at Feath-
crstonc's home in England, aren't
your"  she asked  by  and hy.
"Yes," said Foster, who wondered
how she knew. "Since I've spent len
years on the plains and in the bush,
it will be a rather embarrassing
change. You see, I'm better used to
bachelor shacks ami logging camps
than   English country homes."
Carmen firmly brought him back-
to lie subject. "Do yon know much
about his relatives? It's obvious
lhat he belongs to a good family.
However, you'll havc him with you."
Poster, who did not mean to tell
her ihai Featherstone was not going with him. smiled.
"I know nothing about them. In
fact, my ignorance of the habits of
a good family rather weights on my
mind."
Carmen gave him a level, critical
glance. "They won't hc able to iimi
much fault wiih you, and if lhcy did,
yuu wouldn't guess it, so it wouldn't
matter, But that is not what I
want. Von have been Fealherstone's
partner for conic time, and it's curious di.it he has told you nothing
aboul  his home."
"Ill's reserve, 1," said Foster, who
looked up as Daly came into the
room wilh ,i laughing girl, al whom
('armen glanced somewhat coldly.
"Do you know what that man is do-
i'lg here?"
"I don't, 'ml as hi- s agent for an
engineering company, J dare say
he's looking fcr orders. Hullon s
arc buying a new plant,'
"Hut he's often in your falhcr's office and at your liouse, and Mr. Austin doesn't buy machines."
"'I hen pcrhaj he's speculating hi
building lots; we deal in them," Carmen rejoined with a laugh. "I some-
limes meet my father's friends, but
don't ask them about their business."
She went "ii with her supper, and
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Daly and his companion sat down
noi far off. The lellow was well
drt-ised and on the whole a hand-
sOiiie man, though there was nothing about him to excite marked attention. Hc looked a li I tic older
than Foster, who studied him
thoughtfully, Daly had sold onc or
two machines in the neighborhood
of the Crossing, but the business hc
did there hardly seemed to warrant
his visit. It was possible that he
made it an excuse for watching
Featherstone, but Foster fancied that
Carmen knew more about llilll than
she confessed,
"Perhaps you will visit Scotland
be-fore yotl come back,'1 she said by
and by.
"It's possible. Feathcrstone's relations live near lhe border.
"Ihen I dare say you will take a
packet  for mc to  Edinburgh,"
"Of course," said Foster, who felt
sonic surprise, and thought Carmen
saw this although .-he looked at
him  gratefully,
"I know you'll lake care of It,
and yotl don't ask questions; but
>ou wonder why 1 want to send it
by you. Well, lhc girls arc inquisitive in our post office, and I'm sending the packet to a man. Besides 1
wouldn't like it damaged and things
sometimes get broken in  the mail."
Foster said tin's often happened
and hinted ,hat lhe man was fortunate, but Carmen laughed.
"Oh," she said, "he's as old as my
father; we have friends in thc Old
Country. Hut there really is a little
secret about the matter, and I don't
want anybody but yotl to sec the
packet."
"Very well; hut I believe the customs searchers, who examine _ your
baggage, are sometimes officious.
They might think I was trying to
smuggle and make me open thc
thing."
"No; they wouldn't suspect you.
Yon have such a careless and innocent look. For all that, your friends
know you can be ttusted."
"Thank you! I suppose I'm lucky,
because one mccls people whose
looks are against them. Anyhow,
I'll lake the packet, and if necessary,
protect it with my life."
"It won't he necessary," Carmen
answered, smiling, and although she
talked about other matters for some
minutes before she told him to take
her back* to the hall, he imagined
ihis was tactiul politeness and    she
did not want to dismiss him     too
soon after obtaining her object.
Hc danced one or two dances with
other partners and enjoyed them
keenly. His work was finished for
the winter, and after the strenuous
toil of the last ten years, it was a
new and exhilarating experience to
feel at liberty. Then there- was no
reason lie should deny himself the
p'easurc he expected to derive from
iiis trip. Their small mill was only
adapted for the supply of certain
kinds of lumber, for winch there was
now not much demand, and Ihey had
not enough money to remodel it,
while business would not gel brisk
again until the spring.
(To Tie Continued.)     .
Motor Transport in War
Several times during thc war motor-driven vehicles have dramatically
saved the day for the allies. Hordes
of London motor busses carried the"
"Tommies" to and from the battlefields in the early, anxious days of
the war. The swift transportation
by taxi of the army defending Paris
helped to win the \iciory of the
Manic. Thousands of motors rushed the poilus to the saving of Verdun. Now comes the victory at
Gaza, in which tanks played a prominent part and of which it was long
ago written, in the Hook of Judges,
lhat, though the tribe of Judah took
tlm city, it would not drive oul
lho inhabitants of the vnllcv because
tlicy had "chariots of iron." Thanks
to these modern "iron chariots," Ibe
"tanks," the odds have a, last _ favored the invaders. The "Philistines"
have been cleared out by the onslaught of the "tanks" on llm sands,
and the attack of the monitors on
thc shores of Gaza.
"What makes that hen of yours
cackle so loudly?" inquired Jenkins
of his neighbor.
"Why, they've just laid a cornerstone for the new ivorkinginan's
club across the road, and she's trying to make thc neighbors think she
did it."���Chicago Herald.
"Say, John?"
"Well?"
"Did you feed ihc furnace?"
"You could hardly cal' it feeding.
I did give it a little light lunch, so
to speak." ���Louisville Courier-Journal.
Demand for Safely Razors
Gillette   Safety     Razor     Company
Plana $800,000 Addition
to Factory
"The article that will not stand
the test of war-time conditions, is
not worth making or buying at any
time," was the significant remark of
Mr. J. E. Aldred, of Sbawinigan
Water & Power Co., who is chairman of thc hoard of directors of the
Gillette Safety Razor Co., at thc recent convention of the latter organization in Boston. Reports of progress and plans for expansion made
at the convention indicated that thc
Gillette certainly belongs in the category with war-time essentials and
notable successes.
Mr. A. A. Bittues, managing director of the Gillette Safety Razor Co.,
of Canada, told of extensions to the
Montreal factory which permit of a
[combined output of razors and blades
live times as great us before the war,
and ol growing exports to such I'ar-
olf lands as South Africa, Australia
and the  Fiji  Islands.
Mr. Frank Fahey, vice-president, of
the Boston company, and Mr. Tho-
[mas W. I'elh.-iin, sab'-i manager, and
I general counsel, oiiTncd p'ans for
an immediate addition lo the Boston
plant to cost $800,000. When this is
completed next fall, the output ol the
American and Canadian plants combined will reach 15,000 razors and
1,200,000 blades per day. I'he estimated output for 191K is 1.400,000
razors ami 96,000,000 blades.
Thc necessity for such rapid increase and enormous output was
clearly shown by a few recent orders. Thc Y.M.C.A. recently sent
overseas 6,000 razors ami 15,000
dozen blades. The American expeditionary forces in France have already
been supplied will 66,000 azors and
115.000 dozen blades, while a cable
order received during lhc convention
from the Gillette representative in
Paris called for 200,000 razors and
1,500.000 dozen blades.
Meeting such a demand would bc
out of the rral i of possibility weie
it not for the really marvellous machines invented and installed by Mr.
W. li. Nickerson, the mechanical
and construction engineer of the
Gillette organization from its very
inception. These machines, human
in their dexterity aud superhuman in
their speed and accuracy, turn    out
over 22 miles of shaving edge a drfy,
every particle of which is tested to
split a hair.
Facts placed before the convention go lo prove that to the tivops
of all the allied armies the Gillette
is a boon, for it brings to the very
front line trenches one of the home
comforts which are so rare, ye* so
welcome to the men. Officers, observers and writers agree that the
clean shave is one of the sirongest
factors in maintaining their morale
and so bringing victor* within reach.
United States of World
Hopes for a United States of the
world when 1918 is ended were expressed by Governor J.A.A. Burn-
qtilst of Minnesota, in a New Year
declaration.
"Our civil war resulted in the maintenance of the United States of
America, with a supreme court to
decide differences between states oli
the union," hc said.
"What a great year 1913 will bc If
before its expiration the war in
which we ard engaged will bc the
means of uniting more closely the
lighting nations into such a United
Stales  of the  world  and  will  enable
them lo establish   an   international
court for thc settling of International disputes."
The Bassano Dam
The tolal length of the great Bassano -lain is more than 7,000 feet, its
base width (or thickness) .150 feet
at ils highest point, and about ono
million cubic yards of material were
used in its construction, The spillway of the Bassano dam is of reinforced concrete, .20 feet long between abutments and contains about
forly thousand cubic yards of concrete and 2,500,000 pounds of rein-
focing steel.
He���We'll have to give up our intended sunimcr trip. My account at
the bank is already overdrawn.
She���Oh, John, you arc such a
wretched financier. Why don't you
keep your account in a bank that
has plenty of money.���Boston Transcript.
"What is the biggest problem yon
have faced since the days of your
youth?"
"Living them down." ��� Punch
Bowl.
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You will heartily
enjoy the taste and aroma of
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further, it is the most wholesome
nourishing Canadian beverage.
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The Matches With "No
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EDDY li the only Canadian
maker of these matches, every
���tick of which haa been treated
with a chemical solution which
positively ensures the match
becoming dead wood once it
hat been lighted and blown
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Look for the words "Chemi-
cilly self-extinguishing" on ���he
box.
The Kaiser's Blasphemies
Destroying the  Sane   Soul   of   the
German People
The kaiser is continually posing as
a man in constant converse with
Cod, but those who know him all
confirm Prince Bismarck's judgment
that, "Far from hiring the sincerely
religious man which human stupidity
("die nienschliche Dummheit") has
credited him with being, he is the
coolest rationalist, the greatest egotist���-and the most ungrateful person
1 have ever come across." llis blasphemous speeches lo the army and
j tlie people, and the fact that these
blasphemies are seriously received,
|are simple reminders that his great-
'est achievement during his reign
has been to destroy lhc sane soul
of the German people and prepare
the way for the predominance of
those elements which have brought
things to llieir present pass. The
men who helped to create the German empire would, if they could
come hack to life, turn away _ in
horror and despair from the sight
which Germany presents today,
after over three "years of going "forward with God," under the guidance
of the kaiser.���Montreal Herald.
The Canadian Army
Combuiatirn of Brilliance   and   Enthusiasm Combined With Dipen-
dability Produces Good Men
It is admitted iu Europe, by
Preiicli and British alike, that the
Canadians are the hest lighting men
in the trenches. They are not subject to pciiods of high elation, which
give them greal clan in attack, and
later periods of greal depression,
wliicli seriously affects their morale,
as arc the French. Nor is the hurl;
of brilliancy individually or lhe absence of the great enthusiastic action
of the French in attack, lioth of
which in a general way character)*-.*
the llritish, among their characteristics. Hut llie Canadians possess almost all of the brilliance ami enthusiasm of the French, combined with
llic steadiness and absolute dependability of lhc Brilish to get whal they
go after if it is humanly possible,
It i.s purely a question of temperament and of the environment of
their youth. In both the American
and the Canadian, their trails arc
alike, and llieir action in battle will
lie the same.���New Vork Times.
Always had
Headache
Liver Was Torpid and Bilious Spells
Brought Sick Headaches���Lost
Much Time, But Is Now
Completely Cured.
Here is convincing evidence that
however much you may suffer from
liver trouble and conse .ucnt biliousness, there is cure in the use of Dr.
Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.
Overeating is the most common
cause of sluggish liver action. You
lose your appetite, hav; distressing
bilious spells, usually accompanied
by headache and vomiting, thc bowels become irregular, constipation
and looseness alternating, digestion
is upset and you get irritable and
down-hearted,
No treatment so quickly awakens
the action of the liver and bowels as
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. For
this reason this medicine is wonderfully popular and has enormous sales.
Mr. Charles R. Tail, Newtown, N,
B,, writes: ,'T was nearly always
troubled with headaches, and would
often have to stop work for a day or
two. I lost many a night's sleep
with bili.us  sick     head
Carter's Little Liver Pills
For Constipation
A vegetable rrmedy that always rivet prompt relief in coniti.
pitinn. Banishea that tired reefing altogether and rata you
right over-night, stimulates the Liver gently, but oukkly restor
ing it to full and healthy action, and tho stomach and bowda
to their natural functions.  Making life worth living.
S-Mll.rlc.
ROSY CHEEKS Si_rta_t'THrCou>****ie*i**Uni**i*wi**4. hs***
.IMo-wklrh'wHr-io'niu M,'.H>,d��hy CARTER S  IRON   FILLS
As to Constantinople
Lloyd George retracts, ���������' justly he
may, England, promises to Russia
in regard lo Constantinople, Russia was to get Constantinople; now
she can't have it. Who will get it?
Our guess is that Constantinople will
bc evenly divided between England,
Ireland, Scotland and Wales. And
no better disposition could bc made
of that important city, England
owns thc western gate to the Medi-
leranean, Gibraltar, Lct lier own the
eastern gate, keep up her ilect, and
make ,it . impossible for Germany,
whatever she may build up in thc
way of a Prussian-Russian empire, to
get out into thc open sea through
the Dardanelles. If England wanls
to undertake lhat job she will have
our blessing.���Washington Times.
New Milk Regulations
Thc food controller has limited llie
amount which distributors of milk
may add lo lhc actual cost of thc
product delivered at their premises.
Since January 1 and until further notice- thc amount thus added must not
exceed such cost by more than 5>J
cents per quart anywhere in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and
llritish Columbia, or by more than
5 cents per quart anywhere in Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New
Brunswick or Prince Edward Island.
SAVE THE CALVES
lli.lm.-i emna
ever limed M
Abortion, Sterility, tod Pr.in*
tura CtlTini, one
or one hundred
cattle treaied u
5 minutes. Ufa
one ball al oul
product. II nol
--.-.ir-l'ied return
-tie balance and
it your money.
"Kali Savir"
.ells, .' pound!
$4.0.. Send lor
printed matter.
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Dominion Kxpirv. Money Orderti air on
aale in five thousand offices throughout Canada.
Germans Execute 58 More Belgians
Word has been received at lhe
Belgian official headquarters in London of 58 more executions in Belgium. This brings the number of
Belgians executed since Jan. 1**17. (
to 170, among whom wcrc at least |
two women, three girts from 14 lo
16 years of age ami several youths
under 20.
All thc executed Belgians were assumed by thc Germans to bc guilty
of spying, and in many cases, arrest,
condemnation and execution tool-
place within three or four days, and,
therefore, no serious inquiry could
have been made,
Makes Breathing Easy. The constriction of thc air passages and the
struggle for breath, too familiar evidence of asthmatic trouble, cannot
daunt Ur. J. D, Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy. This is the famous remedy
which is known far and wide for its
complete effectiveness even under
very severe conditions. It is no unified, experimental preparation, but
onc with many years' of strong service behind it. Buy it from jour
nearest dealer.
About the Walrus
Clue of the thickest skinned animals in existence is the walrus, which
is found in great herds on the icefields of the ocean and in winter on
Behring Sea. Hides one inch or
more thick, especially around thc
shoulders, are- common, and they can
lie split many times, every layer a
tough, strong, durable leather. The
hides are- used feu- making bags,
trunks and buffers for polishing in
the shops of gold and silversmiths,
Beneath lhe hide e>f the walrus is a
layer of fat oflcn six inches thick,
which protects thc animal from the
cold. He- will sleep on the ice (Ioc
till he- melts a great basin in it from
the warmth of his ponderous body.
For years Mojhcr Graves' Worm
F.xterminator has ranked as Ihe uiosi
effective preparation manufactured,
and it always maintains its reputation.
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Witnesses to Freedom
There is a vast cloud of witnesses
to freedom, nol only on the Flanders front, but tlscwlrrc in France,
Italy, Macedonia, Palestine, and Mesopotamia. We shall not easily forget their claims upon us. The memory of all that they did and suffered
for the sake of their country and for
liberty will never bc allowed to fade
from the minds of their grateful
countrymen. And their bodes sanctify the soil in which tlicy lie-.���London Daily Telegraph.
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
Alberta's Fish Catch
According lo thc report of llie department of naval service, which has
just been issued, 3,178.900 pounds of
fi_.li were caught ill Alberta in the
'reason 1916-1017. This represents a
value of $144,307. The kinds of fish
caught were: Trout, whitefish, pickerel, pike, sturgeon, tullibce, gold-
eyes and mixed fish. Whitefish from
the northern lakes had first place on
the list, with 2,145,200 pounds, and
pike came second with 48,920 pounds.
"What will we do? The Germans
continue to bomb our hospitals."
"There's only one thing to do, and
that is lo disguise our hospitals like
fortresses."���Detroit Free Tress.
RHEUMATISM^ MYSTERY
This   Trouble   Is   Rooted   in   the
Blood and Can Only be Cured
by Enriching the Blood
Some diseases give immunity from
another attack, but rheumatism
works just the olhcr way. Every attack of rheumatism invites anothei,
".j worse than that, il reduces the body's
cry month with bilk us sick head- j P��wcr..8�� that each attack is worse
aches, and although I tried doctors' j ���'*?" lllc one before
medicines, and also many other pat- .���-�� il,"y d,s,:asc !'CC*K CUriIne c':irly
cut medicines, it was without sue-".- ls rheumatism, but there is scarce-
cess     When  I  had these h adaches I ���>' any disease that    physicians find
I would vomit, and could keep noth
ing on my stomach.
more difiicult to treat successfully.
When a medicine does cure rhcuma
tism therefore it is worthy of spec
"I purchased a box of Dr. Chase's ��������� therefore it i
Kidney-Liver Fills from G. M. Fair- '?' notice. Medical authorities agree
weather, druggist, of Sussex, N.B., '"����� -."�� blood becomes thm with
and after taking onc box I was so | alarming rapidity as rheumatism de-
much relieved that 1 continued lojvelor>s- Maintaining the quality of
take them until 1 am now complete-1 ���'���** blood is therefore a reasonable
ly cured. My advice lo anvone suf- way of preventing and combatting
firing from sick headaches is to try rheumatism. That it works out in
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Fills audi 'act is shown by the beneficial effects
bc completely cured." i which follow the treatment of  rhcti-
Mr A. S. Mace, J.P., endorses matism, acute, muscular and articu-
tlic above statement, and says:��� Jar, with that-great, blood tonic, Dr.
"This is to certify that I am. person- Williams Fink Pills.
!!y acquainted with Charles R. 'Fait, i That thousands of people who
anil believe his statement In every I have taken Dr. Williams' Pink Fills
way lo be true and correct." 'or their rheumatism have been cur-
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,led is a fact beyond dispute. That
one pill a dose, 25 cents a box, all I rheumatism docs not return as long
dealers or Edmanson, Br.tes &-. Co., as the blood is kept rich and red is
Limited, Toronto. Substitutes will1 equally true. If therefore, you arc
onlv disappoint.    Insist    on    getting suffering  from rheumatism    in    any
what you ask for.
form you should *osc no titn-.- in giving Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills a fair
trial, Mr. A. E. Hinton, Western
Ave, Toronlo, says:���"Up to about
a year ago, my wifc bad suffered for
nearly three years from rheumatism,
from which she suffered greatly. She
had been under the care ot several
doctors, besides spending dollars on
Stone That Bends
A slab of sandstone, the dimensions of a good-sized wctslonc. that
will bend and can bc twisted with
slight pressure from the bauds, is
the property of .1. I.  Miller, a civil
war veteran,    at Portland, Oregon.    d      ,_ d cures, but did not get any
Miller wis le     the stone   when his     ,. ,    Q     &   ���     ,k; ���* f ���   v
friend, Jim   U totson, died recently   dcrk   sh   sM\et sis',cr ,  d b
Tdlotson got it 20 years ago  -fiom, rltm, of tW    tro���bI_  bv    D    w���.
one of the Carolina.--..where he can - ���_,���.. ,,;_,. rms   AUll0U* ,, ���ot fed.
paigncd during the civil war    Oeol- - ,      fu,  j  ,ool;  t       boxc_
og.sts arc tillable lo explain the ilex-i ,)omf  ���,., cvcni      ^ {
ibihty of the stone,    li  is  said    tO|w,fc to t,.y thc,n     ]!y t]ic (lmc th '
were used thev had done her so much
Sores Flee Before It.���There r.re
many who have been afflicted with
sores and have driven them away
with Dr. Thomas' Ftectric OU, which
nets like magic. All similarly troubled should lose no time in applying
this splendid remedy, as there is
nothing like it to bc had, It i-
cheap, but its power is in no way ex
pressed by its low price.
Saskatchewan Farm Loans
The Saskatchewan government's
farm loan scheme is meeting with
success in its operation. Loans to
the. amount of $1,500,000 have been
authorized aud about one-third ol
this amount has already been disbursed throughout the province. The
remaining $1,000,0(10 will be paid out
just as soon as eacii title is certified.
Up to the present about ,,_0i) applications have been received for
'oans, amounting approximatelc to
$7,000,000.
Minard's Liniment for Sale   Everywhere.
New School Districts in A'b.rta
Statistics from the department oi
education show that las' year there
were 136 new school district.- organized in the province of Alberta, and
over and above these there were
thirteen new consolidated districts
established. In view of the grov.imj
development of the province, the
minister of education expects that
this year will see a much greater
organization even than last year.
In   all   countrit*.    A-lr   (or   our   INVENTOR'S ADVISER, which will be sent free.
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ARTICLES WANTED FOR CASH
Old Jewellery; Plate: Silver-: C-rr-ioi:
Miniatures r Pictures: Needlework: Lace:
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of llie  stone.    It  is   said
have'been eul from a small ledge of
sandstone in a creek bottom
WHITE PIMPLES
-���       m
Which Itched and Burned.
Swelled Enough for Two.
No Sleep for Weeks.
"My fingers all broke out in white
pimples and would crack and smart
that much that I could
hardly keep from scratching. They began to swell
and were big enough for
two. 1 never had any sleep
for weeks because they
itched and burned.
"I was told about Cuticura Soap and Ointment,
and 1 only had to use two
cakes of Cuticura Soap and two tins of
Ointment when I was healed." (Signed)
Miss Hilda Manser, 6. Ingersoll I'd.,
Woodstock, Ont.
Prevent further trouble by using Cuticura Soap daily (or the toilet.
For FrtM Saapto Each by Mall address post-card: "Colk-fo, Dept. A,
Boatoa, U. 8. A."   Sold everywhere.
good that she required no ressing to
continue the treatment, and after
taking six or seven boxes she was
completely cured. As 1 have said
this was about a year ago, and she
has had no return of the trouble
since.    1  feel very grateful for    the
i immense good Dr. Williams' l'ink
Pills have done- my wife, and I hope
other sufferers will   benefit   by her
j experience."
1 You can get these pills llirougli
any dealer in medicine, or by mail
at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
$2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Metli-
eiuc Co., Brockvillc, Ont.
The party of tourists wcrc watching Prof. X. as he exhumed the
wrapped body of an ancient Egyptian.
"Judging from thc utensils about
Iiini," remarked thc professor, "this
mummy must have been an Egyptian plumber."
"Wouldn't it bc interesting," said
a romantic young lady, "if wc could
bring him lo life?"
"Interesting, but a bit risky," _ returned Prof. X. "Somebody might
have lo pay him for his time,"���
Browning's Magazine.
"A general good time was had by
all until about 11 o'clock when fruit
salad and cake wcrc served by lhe
B.U.E. club."���I.escolt (Ia.) paper.
A Kidney Remedy
Kidney trouble* are frequently
rau.ed by badly digested food
which overtak-M these orjana to
eliminate th* irritant acids
formed. Help your stomach to
properly digeal the food by
taking 1S to 30 drops of Extract
of Roots, sold as Mather SeigeCa
Cirslive Syrap, and your kidney
disorder will promptly dis*
appear. Gat tha genuine.      ��
Wfcen b-qriif ywr Pint
Insist ra raring u
Otto Higel Piano Action
THE    WINTER
SEASON
l-iiac-l- a Bit.
hard Table. Why
not buy one [or
Ihe young folk*
and yourielf. Wa
hare a top that
tvill change Into
t dining, library
or   kitchen   tabla
r,     ...-���������     *m Equipment liaa.
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��M Alala-U |t. V, Tantata THB COURTENAY REVIEW
Save Beef, Save Money
Save Coal.
The following statistics should he* Interesting to all  who are interested
in the- conservation ��( either beef, coal or money
Weight of Joint
when cooked
4 pounds
6 pounds
X poiiutls
10 pounds
12 pounds
BEEF
Weight to be ordered (rom Butcher
when cooking i.s done by
Coal or wood
5 pounds 11 <>/.
,S pound..   9 oz
11 pounds   7 oz
14 pounds   5 oz
17 pounds   2 oz
Electricity
4 pounds  8 oz
It pouuda 13 oz
-l pounds 2 oz
11 pounds 6 oz
13 pounds lu oz
The- above figures nro given ill the Standard Handbook
for Electrical Engineers and are the results of actitnl experiments,
With beef at 30c a pound you will pay  $1 72   for a 5 lb 11
oz roast or fl 35 for a -I lb 8 oz roast,
Thus if you cook the meat in an electric oven you will
save for yourself 37 cents add for your count!y 1 pound 3 oz
of beef.
Think of it, 20 per cent of our meat supply wasted in
coal stoves.   This means that volt will get equal to a
Discount of 20 p.con Your Meat
if you cook by electricity, and you will be saving beef money
and coal for the boys at the front.
THINK IT OVER
The Courtenay Electric Light
Heat & Power Company limited
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Get Behind the Wheel
of a Ford and Drive
TRY it just once! Ask your friend to let you "pilot" his
car on an open stretch. You'll like it, and will be surprised how easily the Ford ia handled and driven,
If you have never felt the thrill of driving your own car,
there is something good in store for you. It is vastly
different from just riding���being a passenger. And especially so if you drive a Ford.
Young boys, girls, women and even grandfathers���thousands of them���are driving Ford cars and enjoying it A
Ford stops and starts in traffic with exceptional ease and
smoothness, while on country roads and hills its strength and
power show to advantage.
Buy a Ford and you will want to.be behind "the wheel"
constantly.
Runabout
��� $575
Touring  ���
��� $595
Coupe
- $770
Sedan  - -
-  $970
Chasaia   ���
-  $535
THE UNIVERSAL CAR      One-ton Truck $750
F. 0. B. FORD, ONT.
EX. Emde, Dealer, Courtenay
Rev. Thos. Menzies preached
his farewell sermon as pastor of
the Courtenav Presbyterian church
on Sunday evening last. He has
been pastor of the Sandwick church
aud its branches for nearly 19
years, continuously, uot having
been absent over 6 months during
that time. Thi_ is the second longest pastorate in K. C. When he
came here Cumberland was also
attached to Sandwick. It became
a separate congregation aome years,
ago, aud now ^Courtenay follows.
Mr. Menzies was a zealous worker
in the building of the new Courtenny church, and gave liberally of
of his time and substance towards
it's establishment, The bursting
of tlie real estate bubble, the general financial depression, and differences of opinion have made it extremely hard to keep the church
flourishing, Courtenay church going people are of the opinion that
they can support a separate charge
and consequently Mr. Menzies has
resigned. Dr. Uu.wortli has been
appointed Moderator; aud a meeting will be held to night to form a
neu-  cot1<"*re -iiition.    Mr.    Menzies
has made uo definite plans as yet'
but on Sunday evening will con"
duct services at Headqarters,52����
Mr. Tames Knight; one of the
district's old timers passed away on
Sunday the ioth inst. at lhe age
of 80 years and three months, Deceased was born iu Devonshire,
Eng. and came to B. C. in 1863,
He mined in the Cariboo country
until 187a, when he came to Victoria, and from there to Nanaimo.
where he resided for some years.
Thirty-three years ago he took tip
his homestead on the seashore above
Oyster River, where he has resided
since, aud in 1896 he married Mrs.
Owens, wlio predeceased him by a
courle of months. Four years ago
on Dec. 18, he suffered a paraletic
stroke and has been practically
helpless since, He has no relatives
in this country. He was a member
Black Diamond Lodge I. O 0. F.
for a number of years, but had drop
ped out. The fimeral took place
on Wednesday at noon from the
! undertaker's] to the Presbyterian
cemetery, Sandwick, Re-.-. T, Menzies condiicli ng the.- r ices.
City of Courtenay
Dog Tax and Road Tax
Notice is hereby given that all Dog
Taxcs and Road 'faxes must be paid before the First Dav ol April, 1918.
' W. A. VV. HAMES,
City Clerk
Dated 14th March, 1918,
Card of Thanks
Mr, and Mrs, Albert Joyce desire to
thank tiie many friends who tendered
their kindness anil sympathy in the loss
they h*ive sustained through the death
of their s m Sidney,
Carr' of Thanks
l.icut. and Mrs. Coleman desire to
ih'ink the people of Courtenay for the-ir
kindness and niiiiiv courtesies extended
to theni on the occasion of his homecoming,
Mr. N. G. Fitzpiitrii'l*, of the
13. 0, Telephone Co., Vancouver,
pnid the local office 11 visit this
week, i
Tho ladies' Aiil Society of tlm
Presbyterian Church purpose hold
ing a bazaar and concert on Friday
April 19. Mr, MePliee's store
next 10 Iiooth & Suns lias been
secured for the occasion,
Miss Jean McKuimie, who has
been Chief Operator at the local
office of tiie B. C. Telepl eCo.
for a niinil-er of years, has been
transferred to Vancouver, and will
leave for that place about April 1.
Lieut. Coleman arrived home
on Tuesday afternoon. He was
met at the station by the Mayor,
a Dumber of the Aldermen, a
large number of citizens, and the
schoolchildren. Lieut Coleman
left hevP as a private witli the   fa
i mons 102nd Batt., coming from
Clinton, where lie was in the gov.
ernnient service. After being in
all the fighting without a scratch
until September last, lie was promoted to a lientenacy,  and  went
I over to England for the purpose.
In an accident he got his ribs
crushed, which gave him a lot of
trouble until he was unfit for fur-
ther fighting, and has been transferred to Canada to recuperate.
Only a fair attendance greeted
Messrs. Bledsoe and Higgine at
, tlie meeting in tlie Maple Leaf
Theatee last Thursday evening.
j Mayor Duncan occupied the chair
and Messrs. W. (.4. Robertson and
Mr. McPhee also occupied seats 011
the platform. Mr. Bledsoe show
ed conclusively that Vancouver |
Island possessd great iron ore deposits and also had every other requisite for a steel industry. There
was a hard fight ahead to got an
industry started as the great railways got 8 p*>r ton for hauling
j steel to the coast, and other financial corporations were vitally interested. Recently he had panned for gold in a creek running into the Alberni canal with a plant
consisting of an old shovel, a 50
rent pan, and his two hands, He
hud extra-ted gold to the value of
$20. He then outlined the expenditure necessary toprodtice>$20
worth ot iron, proving conclusive-
y that the community would receive more benefit from one steel
plant than from the richest gold
mine in tbe country, He said it
was also necessery to build tip in-
dttst.ies against tlie day when tlie
boys returned home from tho front
Mr. Frank Higgins followed with
a rousing address, pointing to tlie
fact that the movement was not
sectionnl, but simply an effort to
develop the miner**! resources of
the province. Ho spoke of the
necessity of collective effort, and
the desirability of every district
working t -getlier. The Province
and almost every city and town in
the province was struggling wide"
heavy financial obligations aggregating almost one hundred million
dollars and representing a per capita of $42 i 1 interest charges
alone, the fact of the matter being
that British Columbia was finaci-
ully unsound, and the only way
for the people to get on their feet
was.tlirougli the intense development of the natural resources.
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Secret
Until you have heard the
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" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can haye no conception as to how true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
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Write us now for further particulars c>f this new invention
wliicli actually RECREATES music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
Why
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
Because
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.   Our prices are Right, and
Our Service is Unexcelled
We're going to tell you something about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
Maple   Leaf Theatre.
Monday March 18
SCENE FROM "ROMEO and JULIET*
Next Saturday, Matinee nt 3 p. m.
Evening at 7.30. A Mutual masterpiece
"Tlie Isle of l,ove" in 5 acts, featuring
Gertrude McCoy: and two strong comedies by the Star Comedy Trio, waiter
Hines, Riley Chamberlain and Gladys
Done in tlie "Talons Smiling Spirit:"
and Billy Van Demens J"Aiicestric," a
unique comedy featuring Carlow Hollo-
way, John Sheean, and John Stepliii,
Romeo and Juliet a Classic in 8 acts,
a heart compelling drama with a sure
appeal to every man, woman and child
in the world. will be played at the
Maple I,eaf Theatre on Monday and
Tuesday the 18th nnd 19th. Produced
nt n cost of $250,000 with a cast of 600
chosen players. This the love story of
the nges, eclipses the possibilities of the
spiiken drama. Francis X. Bushman
crowned king ol the serene ami Beverly
Any ne, ''[iiee-n of motion [pictures. A
screen production that Jbrings f the soul
of Shakespeare to the he.irt of the peo
pie.
GRIEVE and DARGIE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
THEED   PEARSE
Bnrrister ami Solicitor,  Notary
Public.
Phone 6 Courtenay
NOTICE
MooriDg&Mansfield
General Blacksmiths
Beg to announce that they are prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at niodernt
pMces.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Peef
and Veal
Courtenay  and Ci;:i berlaticl

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