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VOL. 5
COURTENAY. B. .C. THURSDAY MAR.   8  197
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TO   RENT
New 7-roomed house, barn and 20 acres of land
most**/ cleared and fenced.   Pent $10
Five-roomed house, Furnished, Electric Light, Small
Garden.    Rent #10
Houses to rent from $2 upwards.   Apply
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AGENT AND AUCTIOK{EES
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
,��is__swwy'M*w*ws��*��ssswwsis��s>_��Missi->sisis_sv^^
COMOX   LUMP
COAL
$6.00 Per T
Delivered in Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
The quality of
is not strained
It is wonderfully improved if
made in an
ELECTIUC
COFFEE
PERCOLATOR
Ut?:
Courtenay Electric
Light, Heat and Power
Company Limited
Local Lines
Aid. Hurford left fur Victoria on
Monday.
Aid Leightoi* was at Victoria
last week.
Who insulted Chartered Accountant Griffiths?
Mr. Theed Pearse was at Vancouver over the week end.
Children's and Misses stockings
in great variety and pi ices at Stit-
liff's,
I
Mrs. Maude Every -Clayton won
-Uli prize in a "Mru'iri'-- uml liggs" |
advertising competition at Vancouver,
Miss Greggi Supervisor of the
H- Ci Telephone Company- paid au
official visit to the local ollice this
week,
Mr. Geo, J, Hardy held a very
successful sale of cattle at the
Milligan ranch ou Saturday last.
Married���At Vancouver, on Saturday evening, Pel). 24, at the
Manse of St. Andrew's Presbyter-
!ian church, by Rev. Dr. Eraser,
Miss Ruby Ellen lloake, to Mr.
Hugh Stewart, M. P, P., of Courtenay,   They will-be at   home   in
I Courtenay after May. 1st.
From a prepared roofing ad:
"It's bright red color is permanent
| and will stay permanent,".
Children's and Misses stockings
!in great variety and prices at Sut-
.liff's,
We notice that Mr. George J.
Hardy, of this town, lias been appointed a Notary Public within and
1 for the Province of British Columbia.
Messrs. W. A, W, Hames aud
P. L. Auderton have been appointed Notari.s Public
�� Good Bicycle For Sale���Pric?
$12. Apply Alex. Johnston, Cour
tenay.
Wm. Douglas will call for seed
orders at Happy Valley, No delivery charges.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
Notice���If you have any copper
Brass, zinc, lead, rags, bags feathers, rubber, write to the Canadian
Junk Co., 509 Johnston St, Victoria, li, C,
Strayed away from A, Ibbotson's
place, Happy Valley���Dark Jersey Heifer, one year old.
'    Lost���Ladies purse   bag,   purple
1 leather, between Little River Road
j and Courtenay, on Feb. 8th.    Finder please return to Miss  Game, or
Review office.
Sutton's seeds are RELIABLE
and it always Pays to get the best.
Write for catalogue. F. R, F.
Biseoe. Comox P, O, Also agent
for Layritz Nurseries, All stock
propagated near Victoria, and acclimatized to Vancouver Island,
Seed wheat for sa'e, blue stem
J. L, McGirr, Royston, B. C.
Wood For Sale���$4 per load cash
Teaming* and carting done. L.
Alexandei, Courtenay.
1
Safety  First'
ERASER'S   I
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery  and
.Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Vancouver, are visiting their daughter
Mrs. Kilpatrick, who is still confined to the liouse as a result of an
accident while playing Badtningtoil
Pat Huoligan wiiliold a whist
drive at tlie Vicarage, Comox, on
Saturday evening. March 17, in aid
of the local Red Cross. Admission
25 cents. Four prizes will be given
Everybody welcome.
The rirl's Knitting Club is holding a Red Cross Tea and Knitting
Bee in the Agricultural Hall, on
Wednesday, March 14, from  3   to
6 p. m, Conic- and bring your
knitting or sewing, Gentlemen
aie especially invited. A short
concert will be given, Admission
25 cei ts.
  -*.-- +* -_^	
Anglican  Church  Notes
3rd Sunday in Lent, March nth,
9.30 a. in. Holy Communion with
address, St. Mary's Grantham.
11.15a. 111. Matins and Holy
Communion at St   Peter's Comox.
3 p. 111. Evensong and Sermon at
Lazo Mission.
7-3�� p. m. Evensong ami Sermon
at St. John's, Courtenay.
7.00 p, m, Evensong and Sermon at Holy Trinity, Cumberland.
There will be uo evening service
at St. Mary's, Grantham next
Sunday.
There will be a service of intercession with short address at St
Peter's, Comox, on Thursday's   at
7 15 P- ni. and ou Friday's at St,
John,8. Courtenay at 7.30.
��� Until further notice there will be
110 Sunday School at St. John's
church, Courtenay.
Died ���At Vancouver, on Feb. 27
1917, the infant son of Mr nntl
Mrs- F. C. McMuflen, aged4days,
Rev. T. Menzies will deliver his
famous lecture with colored lantern
slieles depicting the life of Hen Hur
at tlie Sairtlwick Presbyterian church oh Saturday evening, March 10.
Admission 25c, children ioc,
The Junior Red Cross workers of
Comox held a "Hen" party at the
residence of Mr. James Carthew on
Tuesday evening, School gins,
baby dolls and other characters in
abreviated skirts were much in evidence. An invitation is extended
them to visit Courtenav iu tiie near
future, when they may be sure of'
a bumper house.
The Dire-tor of National Service
sent the following le^lcr to all the
postmasters in the district.
Dear Sir.���
I desire to thank you very sincereiy
forthe assistance that you have already rendered to the National
Service cause in connection with
tlie filling in ot the National Seer-
vice cards. It has been decided to
make a special effort to make
inventory of the man p iwer u
complete as possible- and ns vou
have been informed In- the Post
Office Inspector we are igain cal
ling upon you to distribute cards.!
all who receive mail through yont
office and who have not already
filled iu and signed tin ir 1. irds uui
I feel sure that we can count on
your valued assistance in this mat-
ler as.I believe thai win realize as
we do that this is the tine when
every man should do his utmost for
the benefit of the Empire.
cBryde's
Bakery arid Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
The Best and cheapest bread in the district
14 Loaves for $1, 7 for 50 cts,    for 30ds, 2 for 15 cts
We invite anyone to dispute tlie above advertisement
McBRYDE
The baker of ISetlcr Bread
OpDO.ite
Specials This Week!
Look at These Prices:
Oranges       - -       25   for 25c
Oranges       - -       25  for 35c
Oranges       -        -       30c per doz-
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Daily
SHEPHERD   & CO.
Comox Creamery
Butter
55c per lb. this week
Chas. Simms
Watchmaker Jeweler and Optician
has just received a consignment of
NEW GOODS
suitable for Wedding  presents.   Wedding rings
always in stock at
THE COURTENAY JEWELRY STORE
0*0 *tm+'*^*^>T,**l*lGa***St\r*9m (THE   REVIEW.   CODETNEY.   B. fc
If
PAY ROLL" TOBACCO
A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF-THE FINEST QUALITY
10 CENTS PER PLUG
Conserve Modesty
Of course, wligi the cosl of leather
Is soaring out of sight, that is the
time when the butterflies of fashion
dictate a shoe reaching lialf way to
the knee. Bctti r lengthen llieir
dresses. Patriotism anel modesty will
both be conserved thereby, ��� Hamilton Spectator, ���
BACKACHE GONE!
Glenclla, Man.
"I think GIN PILLS arts the
finest tilings, (or tlio Kidney*-.
When first I came to Canada I
guttered with dreadful Fains in
iny back, that mado me quite ill.
A fri.ud ti'ivo mc six of your
and After I had talren one dose I
felt leas pain. I thcu got myself
a box and teforc half of it was
gone I had lost all the backache.
"If any ono tells me what a
pain they havo in their back I
���ay 'You should try G.u Fills.*
Mia. J. PickrelL"
All  druggists sell  Gin Pills ai
BOc. a box, or 6 boxes for $'J.50.
fcample  free if you  write to
NATIONAL DRUG __ CHEMICAL
CO.   OF   CANADA,   LIMITED
Toronto, Out. TT
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The Squire's
Sweetheart
KATHARINE TYNAN
WARD, LOCK _CO..UMITED
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��� She turned about anel went ip,
closing the door behind lier, and the
Squire,went on his way, wondering
about Mrs. Qartlett's mystery anel
tlie sorrowful story that was apparently hers.
CHAPTER. IV. ���-THE COUNTRY
NEWS,
Hilary  Strangways was at  Silvcr-
thorne  Manor  for  tlio  Easter vaca-
[ lion. He had just got into thc F.O.,
and was finding London a remarkably pleasant place. Thc chimney-
piece of his sitting-room in the little
flat in Jerniyu Street held a considerable number * of invitation cards.
Hilary, at present, had not learned
to distrust his world, and had not
considered why he should be so much
iu demand; else he might havc discovered lhat he was run after to sonic
extent because people were tracing
that since Mr. Mcyrick had not married he was little likely to marry
now; so that. Hilary was coming
more and more to bc accepted as lhc
heir to Silverthorne Manor and the
snug rent-roll that went with it.
Hilary might havc a very gay'time
in London, but it had not spoilt him.
Indeed, hc had been popular all llis
days without getting spoilt,    lie had
I been a placid  yet  rowdy and  merry
| child, adored by the servants and dependents  generally;  he had becn an
; ideal schoolboy, playing the game always, and with a radiant good humrir
lhat carried him through all his
scrapes. No one could long resist
his turned-up nose and the appeal oi
his clean, bright fact-, lie exuded
happiness wherever he went, and he
was correspondingly loved. At lhc
early dances which he had attendetl
in the weeks between Christmas and
Lent, he had danced indcfatigably,
with a delight In the dancing for its
own sake; had diffused agreeableness
wherever he went; had made many a
wallflower happy; had pressed many
hands, and looked into many eyes
with a roguish kindness which    pre-
(Cuii tinned.)
"I should like a lillle dog; if I got
liim young enough, he wouldn't (|ii_r-
rel with the pussy. He'd let inc
know when people wcrc coming. 1
shall be too hard at work to kt-rrp
looking from behind the curtains.''
He remembered the st-nsc he had
had while he waited at the door of
being observed, of having eyes upon
him.
"I shall send or bring you a p.U"**V.
They are Abcrdccns, very faithful to
their owner, Indifferent to the rest of
Uie world. Don't let the cat scratch
him."
"She's a young thing yet. They'll
bc company for each other. Oh, sir,
I don't know hovA to thank /ou.
Your Aberdeen sounds good; faithful to one; indifferent to all the rest.
I shall be like a queen."
She went with him to the door,
remembering that she had not (hanked liim for this and that thing. Mi..
Brown had equipped the lodge as 'or
cue of the reduced ladies, putting
into the cupboards and the pantry all
that would be- needeel. The coal cellar was stocked. She had plenty of
everything to go on with. Presently
sho wouhi find her own supplies.
"What's out there, sir?" she asked
cf the Squire, unhealing lhc high
wall, with ihe chevaux dc (rise of
���harp glass a-top.
"The village���Silverdale."
"1 thou, lit it was a village by the
noise, il made me feel happy to hear
il���with the wall between."
The Squire frowned upwards disapprovingly.
"Il is rather a wicke'd wall," he
Raid. "I am not responsible for *t
1 hate that glass. It'was there before my time. Silverdale boys were
lend cif apples, like oilier boys. '.' t
the way, i was about lo have a wicket made in the wall. You could
keep il looked if you liked, ll would
be so much easier for your shopping
and sei much h *s lonely."
"Oh, for heaven's-sake, sir, no wicket," she snid. "It would spoil everything,   1 love that wall."
The Squire laughed at the intensity of the speech, There was something about the woman���something
pleasant which made him forget the
scarred face when he was not looking al it. She had femininity, Ihc
thing, lacking which, many a pretty
woman is no more than a scentless
flower, without honey fur the bees.
"Very well, then," he saitl; "there
shall bc no wicket, You will have to
gei marly g mile to the lodge-gates,
keeping along the shrubbery patli by
the wall. There is a lillle shop close
by lhe lodge gates, Mrs. Gutty's.
She can supply you with most things
you will want, without going to the
village."
I
><>>_...
"Oh, lliank you, sir. Think that
ou have made a poor creature very
.lappy, Do you see the patch eif
snowdrops, sir, coining up under thai
apple-tree? 1 was ihinking just before you came of all lhe things lhr-1
would be coming up In the spring.
It is a long time since I have had a
spring in ihe country before. If only
,     spring in lhe country be-fn
my little girl had lived, sir
I"
VV.     N.     U.      1143
THE NATION'S
FUTURE
Depends Upon
Healthy Babies
Properly reared children grow
up to be strong, healthy
citizens
Many diseases to which children are susceptible, first indicate
their presence in the bowels.
The careful mother should
watch her child's bowel movements and use
Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup
It is a corrective for diarrhcea,
colic and other ailments to which
children are subject especially
dining the teething period.
It is absolutely non-narcotic
and contains neither opium,
morphine nor any of their derivatives.
Mrs. Winslow's
Soothing Syrup
Makes Cheerful,
Chubby Children
Soothes thc fretting child during
the trying period of its development and thus gives rest and
relief to both child and mother.
Buy a bottle today
-nd keep it handy
Slid ty all druggisti in Canada and
throughout the -uorld
vented any harm being done. Altogether Hilary was the good guest lo
many a hostess in (rouble about her
dancing men. The season was likcly
to afford him more gaieties than lie
would know what to do witli; for
he found it difficult lo say "No" to
an invitation from a woman.
He came back to Silverlhorne, as
he had come back to it from Eton
for all Ihose happy summer vacations.
He had been the Squire's own boy
since lie was eight years old; when
his parents, who had sent him home
from India three years previously,
had been drowned by lhc bursting of
a dam, which had ended everything
for t li cm at the moment when they
were gelling ready for the visit home
lo which they had been looking forward wilh a passionate anticipation.
Like the Eton buy, Hilary had been
all round the house and thc gardens
before hc was many hours at home.
He had talked with everyone���kissed Mrs. Brown while he reminded,)
l.cr of various misdeeds of his boyhood; whisked Caroline, the cook,
who was gelling very short of breath
and ralhet cranky, into a wild dance
round the kitchen; picked the best
camellia in the hothouses for his button-hole, while old Sutton, the head
gardener, who thought Silverthorne
gardens and all Ihey possessed his
exclusive properly, smiled sourly, yet
smiled.
The house was always different
when Hilary came home. Vie was
incorrigibly boyish and school-boyish. While Hilary was away, life
seemed somewhat suspended at the
Manor House. The Squire had all
the occupations of a country gentle-'
man. He sat on various boards tntl
benches. Hc was a churchwarden.
He shot and limited, and did the other things other men of his class did.
even if he did them somewhat languidly to his inner consciousness.
From his long devotion to a sick mother he had learnt a way of going
through life soft-foot. And the companionship of a gentle little ghost
like Mary Champncys, with her spiritual eyes, her cloudy hair, iier wistful smile, told for quietness. Wherefore the servants wcrc wont to complain that you never rould fell whether the master was in the house or
out of it; Brady, the Irish groom,
would say from lime to lime that
he'd give anything if the master'd
cursed hiin now and again as tltc old
Colonel used to do at home in Mayo;
and the Irish horse, hc felt sure, was
as lonesome as himself for a bit of
strong talking to.
Hilary had heard all about the accident in detail, and about Mrs, Bartlett and he.r occupation of the old
lodge. He was insatiable for nt|As
of everybody. When it came to llic
Souths���Margaret had not answered
his last letter, he complained ��� the
Squire's brows took a line of pain
and bewilderment. After a lull the
talk about Lady South hail broken
out again, and worse than before. Tl.e
strange gentleman, Mr. Langton, if
that was his name, had reappeared on
the scene, not staying this lime, liul
coming for a few hours at a time. He
apd Lady South had been seen together, walking and talking in little-
frequented places, with Margarei
somewhere not very far off, keep!1 ^
guard.
There were so few strangers at Sil-
vcrelale that everyone was agog to
know all about one when he appeared. Lady South's visitor was a person not to be forgotten once seen���
lall and dark, clean-sllaven, distinguished, with a somewhat worn,
handsome face. The Squire had
conic upon him and Lady Soi.lh onte
in thc woods, and she had introduced him nervously; there had been a
perceptible pause -before the name.
They had spoken a few words, and
llie Squire had gone on, leaving lilt
two sitting on the scat by the poinl,
in tlie damp of the winter day, Lady
South's delicate skirts trailing in the
sodden leaves and wet grass. She
had . looked miserable, poor thing,
witli blue shadows about her lips, ht-
eyes bright and feverish, a licclic
spot in her cheek that spoke of pain.
They hati heen debating something
eagerly when lhe Squire appeared,
the man apparently pleading, the woman looking down immovable at the
dead leaves under her pretty shoes.
The Squire was almost certain an
he moved away that Margaret eluded
him, glieliiig qiliakly down :i gamekeeper's path through the thick undergrowth, lie might have been
sure if he had wished; but he had nol
wished; he had walked away with a
trouble iu his heart. Was the peior
thing being pushed ovcr the precipice
by thc brutality of her wicked old
I" -hand? anil was?���ah, no, it ivis
beyond ihinking thai J.aeiy South
could involve her young dan. li ler in
anything questionable. When lie
thought of Margaret's clear eyes he
said to himself that no matter bov
things looked, be must believe lhat
there was a sufficient and an innocent
explanation.
(To Be Continued.)
Unfamiliar Uses for Wood
Science Is Constantly Finding   New
Uses for Wood Products
In addition to thc ordinary uses of
wood with wliicli we arc familiar,
mankind is dependent upon tlie forest for a variety of products whose
appearance does not indicate their
origin, say members of lhe Federal
Forest Service. Numerous as these
products are, and as extensive .is is
their use at the present time, science
is constantly learning new constituents wliicli eiilcr into the make-up of
wood and is finding new lists to
which these constituents and those
already known can bc put.
Charcoal, as everyone knows, is
essential for the manufacture of black
powder, All of the acetone used as a
solvent in making nitrocellulose powders is derived from acetic acid, a
product of hard-wood distillation.
Ureal Britain, it i.s saitl, is dependent
upon the Uniled States for acetone
used in making cordite, Black walnut is a standard lor gunstocks, and
has been so much in eiemaiid for the
past two years lhal our supply of this
valuable wood has been considerably
reduced and olhcr woods, notably
birch, arc being substilutcd, From
Europe comes the complaint lhat
there is a shortage of willow for
making wooden legs.
By converting cellulose, one of the
elements of wood, into a gelatinous,
material, known as viscose, a wide
held is opened up for the utilization
of wood waslc, and a new line of
products, varying all the. way from
sausage, casings to tapestry, is added
to. the already lengthy list. Many oi
the so-called "silk" socks, neckties
and fancy braids now on Ihe. inarkcl
contain artificial silk made from
wood.
About nine-tenths of all the
we use is made from wood.
Pa Has His Doubts _
He; But you say yourself that ycur
father is anxious to get you off his
hands.
She: Yes; that's why I don't think
he'll listen to you.
������WHY WOMKN  CANNOT
SLEEP."
paper
Summerfallow Statistics
Taking 100 as the area under suin-
mcrfallow last year, the. amount of
land under summerfallow in Manitoba
in 1916 was 104, in Saskatchewan 103,
and in Alberta 90. Thc figures for
1915 wcrc 77, 71 and 74 respectively.
There will obviously be a great deal
more land in cultivation in Western
Canada iu  1917 than In 1916.
"I wrote lhis poem lo kill time."
"Well, you may bc sure that time
will have revenge and kill the poem."
Tho highly organised, finely strung
nervous system of women subject- them
lo (errors of nervous apprehension which
no man can ever appreciate.
llie piVu-e of mind, the mental poise
anil calmness under difficulties, which
aro neeeswiiry for happy womanhood, are
only posniblo when the sensitive organism
ia in n perfectly healthy condition. If
there be any derangement in this respect
no remedy in the world so completely restores womanly health as the wonderful
"Favorite Prescription" invented by Dr.
It. V. rierce.
Chatham, Ont.���"A few years ago I
suffered a general break-down and got
very weak and thin. I was in an awful
slate. I was very much discouraged and
at times thought I would lose my mind.
I knew of Dr. Pierce's medicine, ao I got
his 'Favorito Prescription.' It gave ma
immediate relief, and completely cured
mo in a very short time, Nly sister used
it with good results also. She was in m
very delicate condition. I got her to
take it and two bottles cured her completely.
" I take great pleasure in recommending
Dr. Pierce's medicines; they are all that
is recommended of them."���Mrs. Margaret Duta-st, 87 Park Ave., Chatham,
Out.
Oltl Gent: I hear your son is dis-s
playing great ability as a footballer,
Mrs. McLusky.
Mrs. McLusky: Sure, an he's hopiu'
to bc picked for next year's team as
one of thc drawbacks.
ept Fit Through
Two Wars
Ontario Sappgr Praises Dr. Cassell's Tablets.
That a rohlier sbon
Dr. C_ssell's Tablets
thc wonderful sustain
great    strength-giving medicine-.   And
thousands of service
men  on    and   and
sen  are trust ng lo
Dr. Cassell's Tablets
to     sustain    than
through     all     the
hardships erf rcleut-
lcss war.
SAPPER A.
HArtTLEY, 0 F
THE A. COMPANY. CANADIAN e:;cin-
EE**S, wposehome
dilelre-sn is 908,
TRAFALCAR-
STREET, LONDON, ONTARIO,
is onc of many who
have written in
praise of Hr. Cas. el
pays:���*iA.s a con.tn
__.se,I'd Tablets I  w
ild use anil praise
is clear proof of
ing nowcr of this
Tablet,. Ho
nt user of Dr.
ould like to add
my testimony to their value. I used
them when I was in the South Aft'cm
War, ami, limling the benefit cl .hem
there, hav* tuken
them since ��hen-
ever I felt rundown.
X always recommend
tin ii-, for I know'
lhcy do all that il
claimed for them.
In my opinion they
are the bet tonio
anyone can take I r
loss of appetite,
poorness of thi
blood, cr general
weakness cf tbe system. We havc bad
a lot eif. hard turn*
ing here, and sum*
lime ago 1 began ta
JJeel the ttrarn, but
1 got some Dr. Cassell's Tablets, and
the hoys are surprised at what a.
difference tbey made in me. I mean
to have some with me always ea
active) service.''
Dr. Catsell't Tablet! pat neut lit* and vigour into weak,
e.oerttrained% people. They nourish the nervet, enrich the
blood, strengthen (Ae general tyslcm, and create that map
and fitnett wht/lTmake life a joy. Taks a courie of them,
and health and vital energy will soon b* yours.
r. Cassell's
Tablets
A Nasty One
She (after a tiff): I presume you
would like your ring back.
Hc: Never mind, keep it. N'o other
girl 1 know could use that ring unless she wore it on her thumb.
Fr.EE
SAMPLE.
On receipt of 6
cenm tei rover
mailing and put-It.
ing, a generous
freo eamplo will bo
sent at ei n cn.
Addrriii: IlnroM T:
Eltohio * t'o��� I.ttl,.
10, mcOa-l ��� ttrcft,
Toronlo.
Dr. Oassell. Tablets are Nutritive, Itcstorati-e. Altera'"--*
and Anti-Spasmodic, mid tho ret*e>gii.i9ed   remedy for
Nervous Breakdown     tlesplllinisi Malnutrition
Horn Paralysis Anaemia Wasting Diseases
Infantile Weakness      Kidney Trouble      Palpitation
Neurasthenia Dyspepsia Vital ExhaustiM
B.ce'ially valuable  for nursing mothers anil during  _��
Critical Periods of life.
Sold by  Pniegidts and -Storekeeper" t_rpng_ont.Ceiials_
Prlstst One tube. 50 mm six tubes lor the ppice ol Bv*
Wnr In i. 2 renin per tubo eilra.
tell Propritter-i Dr. -assell'i Ce��� Ltd,, MamhiMir, U_�� 1*
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���THE   REVIEW,   COURTNEY.   B. C,
GILLETT-SLIE
Akin to the British
Hoots by the Million
Northampton the Centre of a Huge
War Industry
No less than- $1,625,000 worth of
boots a week are being turned oul by
the Northamptonshire factories, who
arc supplying nol only the British
army wilh footwear, but arc also milking boots for thc French army and
navy, the Belgian, Serbian, aiid Italian armies. Many curious boots are
being turncel out by the Northampton factories. There is a thigh boot
(or sailors in which he can almost
float; short-footed bools for Gurkhas; sandals for West African soldiers; special boots for the Fifing
Corps; and last, but not least, mosquito boots for the soldiers lighting
In tropical countries.
WINTER HARD ON BABY
The winter season is a hard one on
the baby. He is more or less eon-
fined to stuffy, badly ventilated
rooms. It is so often stormy that the
mother docs not get him oul in the
fresh air as often as she should. He
etches colds which rack his 'itlle
System; his stomach and bowels get
eut of order and-he becomes peevish
and cross. To guard against this the
mother should keep a box of Baby's
Own Tablets in the house.   They re-
fulate the stomach and bowels and
reak up colds. They are sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25
tents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.
Rejected
Young Man: I asked, but I received not.
Parson Prim: Then you asked
amiss.
Young Man (sadly): Yes, I asked a
miss.
Interesting Conclusions Drawn From
Tracing French Ancestry
Thoughtful dclvers into Canadian
history have drawn attention lo the
fact that the French of Lower Canada arc more akin to ourselves Ihan
wc have been accustomed lo suppose.
Their ancestors came from Brittany
and Normandy. The Bretons are-
brothers lo the Celtic, Irish, the
Welsh and the Highland Scottish.
The Normans were of Scandinavian
blood, and essentially identical with
the Northmen who scourged England under the name of Danes, occupied that part of France from which
came William the Conqueror* and his
rclinuc, and even adventured into the
Mediterranean as far as Sicily. It
would be difficult, therefore, lo say
whether lhe early explorers and settlers along llie St, Lawrence in the
days of the Bourbons were more typical Frenchmen���mercurial and *-ola-
tilc���than lhcy wcrc typical Britons
���daring, patient, plodding and physically prolific.���Hamilton Spectator.
m$mimm
I hmiv mul nuk-k i\ i niiil win
EGYPTIAN LINIMENT
Por Sale by All Uenleii
Dotti'LA. A Co    Props-   Nutans* OasV
Had the Drop
First Motorist: How many miles
can you go on a gallon?
Second Motorist: How many can
you?
First Motorist: 1 asked you first
A Thorough Pill.���To clear the stomach and bowels of impurities and
irritants is necessary when their ac
tion is irregular. The pills that will
do this work thoroughly are Parme-
lee's Vegetable Pills, which _re mild
in action but mighty in results. They
purge painlessly and effectively, .nd
work a permanent cure. They can be
used without fear by the most delicately constituted, as there arc no
painful effects preceding their gentle
operation.
Hard to Say
Passenger: What makes the train
run so slow?
Irate Conductor: If you don't like
it you can get off and walk.
Passenger: I would, only. I am not
expected until train-lime.
To Asthma Sufferers.���Dr. T D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy comes like
a helping hand to a sinking swimmer, it gives new life and hope by
curing bis trouble���something he has
come to believe impossible. Its benefit is too evident to be questioned���
It is its own best argument���its ovn
best advertisement. If you suffer
irom asthma get this time-tried remedy and find help like thousands of
���tiers.
No Change
At the age of sixteen Alice Jones
wrought poetic changes in her name.
She signed herself E. Alysse Jones.
Thus designated she entered a new
school. The head mistress asked her
name. "Alysse Jones," she replied.
"A-1-y-s-s-c."
"Thank you," said the tcaclj-r.
"And how are you spelling Jones
now?"���Argonaueji
A Pleasant
Healthful Habit
A daily ration of
Grape-Nuts and cream
is a splendid food for
those who want vigor
and energy.
Grape-Nuts
is a concentrated
health-food made fropi
choice yvhole wheat and
malted barley.. It pjs
tains the vital mineral
elements of the grain so
essential to thorough
nourishment of body
and brain, but lacking
in many other cereal
foods.
Every table should
have its daily ration
of Grape-Nuts.
"There's a Reason"
No change in price, quality , or size of package
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in
Cows.
is made in one grade only���the highest. So there is
no danger of getting "seconds" when you buy
Redpath in the original Cartons or Bags.
"Let Redpath Sweeten it." t
io.iQ_1_,d\ln_?ooTi._s. Canada Sugar Refining Co., Limited, Montreal.
Wisely Chosen Time
"The time for good resolution making, thai is, jusl afler Clui-tinas, wa_
wisely chosen."
"What do you mean?"
"It's  so much  easier to lie    good
when you're broke, yo_  know."
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Sirs,���1 havc used your MINARD'S LINIMENT for thc past -5
years, and whilst I have occasionally
used other liniments 1 can safely say
that I have never used any equal to
yours.
If rubbed between the hands and
inhaled frequently, it will never fail
to cure cold in the head in 24 hours.
It is also the Best for bruises, sprains,
etc.���Yours truly,
\ J. G. LESLIE.
Dartmouth.
In the Toils
First Hippopotamus: What's the
matter, my dear?
Second Hippo: I sometimes wish
you had never been so prosperous. I
simply cannot get a servant to 'urn
on thc mud in my bath every morning.���Life.
Profits of London Hotels
A hint of the vast expenditure of
money in London at this time, is given by the annual financial statement
of thc Strand and the Regents Palace
hotels, two quite ordinary English
hostels, by the way. The statement goes on to show that thc net
profit for the year for the two was
no less than $450,000, and that a dividend of seven per cent, was paid on
the preference shares and eleven per
cent, on the common. If any Canadian hotels arc doing this sort of a
land office business, we would like to
hear from them. As there are unnumbered thousands of Canadian women hanging around London, it is
safe'to say that Canadians have contributed a goodly share of these profits, and incidentally eaten up a good
many tons of precious food,���Toronto Saturday Night.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Binks: Shafer, do you know lhat
woman across the street?
Shafer: She certainly looks familiar. Lct me see. It's my wife's new
dtcss, my daughter's hat and my
mother-in-law's parasol���sure! It's
our cook.--Philadelphia Leelger.
TYPHOID
It no more n*ct*9trf
than Sm.illpox, Xtmp
experience bs& d.rao:irr_:_4
tbe alma-:. _ni.acuIo_J e.fV
Cicy, (tndhimklelfnetl.of Antityphoid Vaccina��io*i_
Be vaccinated NOW by,youi pbysJeian. you ___i
your family. It U more vital than house Insuranc/s.
JUk your physician, drursrlst, or send fa* TI.it-*
you had Typhoid?" tellies of Typhoid f^rnta*
f .suits from ui * and danger turn Typhoid ���._.. :���.-.-_.
THC CUTTti IAB0RAT0BY, sUIROCY, CAU
rtoaucuf vacuata a atawaa uaau a* �� *����- ucaau
_.'... .J.' '    ��� sg-SSS
Cook's Cottefl Root Cw?.{xwmt
A tuft, retlabtt rtrr*i*ltx$\
VuniciM. BoU la '->���*��� <H
frees of etrengih. No. L
|1; No. 2. J3. No. J. It
per box. Sttld by til
druect slu. or sent ..-��-
paid In plain r-v k_.- on
receipt of price Fret
pamphlet. Address:
fMS COOK *I_DI.IKE Ctt\
MISMIMI.
Ahead of Them All
A prominent physician, npon ope��-
iiiK the door of his consulting-room
asked:
"Who has been waiting longest""
"1 have," spoke up a man in a ltd*
torian  voice. "I'm  your tailor.  I  delivered your clothes four week- aga"
���Chicago Herald.
' Both Easy
"It is easy to give advice."
"Yes; also to refrain from  taking
it."
Stale ef Ohio, City ef Toledo,
Laces  County,  ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he ia
���senior partner ef the firm ef P. J. Owner/
A Co., doing business in the Citr ol Toledo,
County and State aforesaid, and that said
firm will par the (nm of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for each and every case ol Catarrh that cannot be cored by the use of
WALL'S  CATAKJtH   CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in oiy
presence, this tth day of December, A. D.
MS-S- A. W. GLEASON.
(Seal) ��� Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally _nd
��cta throuch the Blood on the Mucous Surface- of the System.     Send for testtimooutie
. ._ _"��� J- CHENEY - CO.. Toledo, Q.
Sold by all druggists, 75t_
Hail'e Faintly  Filla for "".-"ruts.
W.       N.       U.       1143
Keeping Account
A Little Figuring Will Usually Pay
Big Dividends
It has been said that if lead pencils were uncommon things there
would be golden opportunities for
slick-tongucd salesmen to sell them
at a substantial profit on thc strength
of the amount of money which could
be saved by their use. This was never more true than it is today when
everything is so high in price. A
lead pencil judiciously used will show
which crops last year returned the
most for the labor put upon them.
Such information would be valuable
in planning this year's work. Lead
pencils have been known to save
years of time which was being spent
in milking unprofitable cows. A little
figuring might show where the purchase of a new machine would more
than save its cost in time saved during, tllf .rush of a busy season. Bg-
fore the lead pencil idea is capitalized why not start of your own accord
to ���as-er.tain-..jiist how things arc ed-
ing and where savings of time and
money could be made?���The Practical Parmer.
Holloway's Corn Cure'takes thc
corn: out by the roots. Try it and
prove it,
A Sure Way
A Minnesota man relates that one
afternoon a train on a western railway stopped at a small station, when
one of the passengers, in looking
over thc place, found his gaj-e fixed
upon an interesting sign. Hurrying
to the side of the conductor, he
eagerly inquired: "Do you think that
I will havc lime to get a soda before
the train starts?"
"Oh, yes," answered the conductor.
"But suppose," suggested the
thirsty passenger, "that the train
should go on without me?"
"We can easily fix that," promptly
replied the conductor. "I will go
along and havc one with /ou." ���
Argonaut.
Pm
I
-Si
oiher Machines!
Autos Engines, etc
Wfiynoi
our own
Body
Machine.7
We study and admire the machinery Invented
by man, and too often overlook and neglect thai
moat marvellous machine���the human body.
. *.
To understand and take care of the heart, I.ingi
and liver; the arteries and veins, the skin, tha teeth,
the eyes and all the intricate machinery of the body, it,
po small task.
But, unlike any other machine, the body replace!
its own wear and waste, and, consequently, the most
attention required is that which has to do with the
organs of digestion and excretion.
So long as proper food is supplied for nourishment
and the liver, kidneys and bowels are regular in thebj
work of eliminating poisonous waste matter from '.in
system, the great majority of human ills are avoided.
In this connection Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pilh.
are appreciated on account of their promptness and efficiency in arousing the action of these filtering nntl
excretory organs, and thereby removing such dis,
orders as liver complaint, biliousness, constipation,
indigestion, kidney disease and-backache. -With thesa
, organs in healthful action there is no such thing aa
Bright's disease, hardening of the arteries and riieu<i
matism. ���
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one pill a dose, 23
oenta a box, all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co,
Limited, Toronto.
Do not be talked into accepting a substitute,
Imitationa disappoint.
6-1
DnAWChases
Kidney-Liver Pills THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And I'omox Valley Advocate
N, II
8uhsci i
fewspaper,
nirleiiay, ir
IN, lielitor.
V
Piihislied   nl
llillDIl   ��l   .:H    |
THURSDAY .MAR, 8, 1417
prictor
���\ilvnlice
The value of B. C. forest products for ii)if* i.s given al $35,528,-
000, cousituting a record, and beat*
inn Ihe banner year or 1915 by
nearly three million dull.us. The
lumber .nul shins;!- industry presents splendid openings lodav for
eapilal aiid labor alike-, uml wilh
idle plants re-starting, new mills
opening, ntiei better means of trans-
porlatiou in si^lit, the i> ospects for
1'117 are distinctly good.
many B, C. folks tlo not real'ze
with nil iheir acerbiu is, that it is
Ihe enterprise nl the few that makrs
for the welfare of the  whole   com
munity, .unl that
nre- su close todaj
individual suffers
hum ui interests
that if onlj one
, the whole   com-
"lit 1 _-���_��� -'*���'_��� ���: -���.        ������������ 0, '.,   .   .   f
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^tfj��_-_'_!____SBBB-sV'*-"^
muuity feels it also, We are inter
dependent, and inter locking, a
bunch nl component parts, of whit h
Ul one be missing, and the whole
is put out of gear, Wh :n Wc re il-
ine Wiishin 'ton's ailvic lo "hung
logelher rather than lie.- hanged
separately," we shall pull and ivork
together, u.il alone For 0111 own
K'ltnl but for that of the whole
community, "Co operation, not
competition, i-* lhc life of  slock,;."
The Imperial Oil Co, havc decided to locate ut Royston. nu 1 our
late citizen Mr, Win, idiens who j
has sold ihein a large waterfroutage
lot near the Government wharf. |
writes that our respected Federal
member of Parliament Mr. II Clements has wired the Chief "Jngineei 1
at Ottawa to relax the printed pro
forma rules in regard to pipe laying
on the fore shore which he considers are not applicable in this case
No doubt the fact of the Imperial
Oil Co. locating at Royston will
bring other industries there and
benefit the whole district. We are
fortunate in having a Federal M.
P, to represent us who takes a
broad minded common sense view
of things, and does not procrastinate in pui.1.1.: ti.eia into force.
With pleasure and pride, we .iote
that iiie British government has
placed orders in Vancouver for three
steel freighters to be completed
early in 1918. which means lhat B.
C. is to contribute of her facilities
for the rebuilding and replenishing
of the British mercantile marine
losses sustained as a result of the
submarine campaign, Seattle has
got contracts tor fifteen steel steel
ve.-.sels, for the-G'mard line, but
this i.s unavoidable considering the
ai present undeveloped state of our
iron smd steel industry. With the
ether four steel ships building, Vancouver has now got orders valued
at over $9,000,000, -and nffon'ing
work for between 1000 and 2000
men Vancouver is coming into
its own steadily as the Liverpool of
the British Pacific coast.
��������..- ���
Revival and extension are the
keynotes of today, and not a day
passes without evidences of steady
progress and development With
the support and backing of all who
wish the province well, B. C. must
go ahead, Unfortunately, there is
something in the air that encourages "sore -heads." A company
promoter from the States can get
ni.nicy for wild cat schemes from
ii. C people where a native son or
.1 Britisii Columbian by adoption
would fail in raising capital for a
legitimate and beneficial enterprise
If a British Columbian chances to
do well, too often it is at the expense of his or her character at the
hands of a few but noisy critics
without a leg to stand 'on, If a
man is prosperous he i.s a crook,
and if he is not, he is a fool for not
beinj; a crook, If a man of enterprise is doing well, he must be
' bucked" for his pains. This does
not appiy to   big   corporations of
course, which possesses neither that j this ease, one of those the Doiuiti-
portion of the anatomy which is ion intends to prosecute is Benjam-
generally kicked, nor possesses alio F. Smith, a Conservative and 0
soul to be damned,    But   vhat so member of the provincial cabinet.
aster
Opening
Friday Mar, 16
of
No Fear or Favor in Anti-
Combine Campaign
, i
The Dominion Government is \
carrying out without fear or favor
its campaign against combines
which it has reason to believe are
maintaining unfair prices lor articles of food.
It has applied   to the  attorney-
generals uf British   Columbia   and j
Alberta for   permission   to   indict
the liritisli Columbia sugar refiner-1
ies niul has secured  the  necessary i
leave from the attoruev*general  of
Albeita.    Hon. M,  A.   McDonald
iu British   Columbia   has   delayed
but is expected to make his decision
shortly,
Last night's despatches show that
some days ago the Dominion cost
of living commissioner asked permission of llie attorney-general of
New Brunswick to prosecute the alleged potato combine in that province, whi.'ll is said to be upholding .
Unduly tiie price of   potatoes.    In .
Millinery
Easter Neckwear
Dress Goods
Easter Gloves
Ready to-Wear
Garments
Easte. Novelties
CUMBERLAND
IC;co Sis Thoosht
An Englishman writes me that after fanning in Idaho.
D, S, A., a few years he has decided to get once more on
Britisii Soil under the Union Jack, having had enough of
6210 feet altitude, and wants to khow what prospect there is
of him getting work on a ranch or renting one for chicken
rearing and truck gardening in the Courtenav District, while
looking around for a place to settle He is 38 years of age,
with a wife and 4 children, and would I advise him bringing
his horses and cattle, he having a few good ones, also whether
he would be safe iu bringing his wife and family.
What have you got to offer ?   Write
WM. IDIENS,
Langara, P  O.,  West Point Grey.
Vancouver, B.C.
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
train from   Port   Alberni,   and arriving at Cour.
tenay at 16.16-
For information regarding'your trip to Eastern Canada, the
United States, or Europe, plea.e communicate with
Phone R 60
D. B. NICKERSON
Ageot Cwrlcujr, Phone R60
rtermos
41
in your mind���it's only five
weeks until Easter, and men
must have new "togs." It's
up to you to call and see the
new samples I am showing. I
make for the most particular
men in Courtenay and district,
If twenty-five dollars is all you
want to spend on a suit, I can
do it for you. Any price up
to fifty.
R. WILLOUGHBY
Tailor to Women and Men
COURTENAY
Union Bay Road
R.M.GLAZBR00K
ACCOUNTANT
A ccounts Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach & Field
CIDER MILL
���-'fiave just installed a cider mill
and am prepared Mo make eider
every day. Bring your apples and
cider vessels.
L. DUNHAM.
******
asm
Love and reason are seldom on
speaking terms.
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���' Royal Standard Flour
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ROYAL STAtlMID
Makes   tlie   Big,   Clean   Loaf
A ln.-if eil lirc-ntl biikril with ROYAI,
STANDARD FLOUR cannot be otherwise
Hum I>i.ur, clean, lightniitl tasty; because you
are pultiun inlo it the cletmest nntl purest
flour il is possible to make.
Matin from the hearts only of the choicest Cuimellan wheat and made CI,KAN���
absolutely free- from dirt, fluff or liul,
Next time order ROYAI, STANDARD
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Dionc 33, End of Bridge
B. Towler, Mgr.
DR. C. H. INKSTER
JWRGEON DENTIST __
SPECIALIST IN
Crown and   Bridge Work
Painless Extraction
Fees Moderate All Work Guaranteed
Office Open Tuesday, January 9th
KING   BLOCK
CUMBERLAND, B. C.
Touring $495 ;    Runabout $475
F. O. B, Ford, Ont.
E. C. Emde, Dealer for Comox District
Auto, Launch,  Motor Cycle,  Gas  Engine and
Bicycle Supplies,   Repairing, etc.
���   THE FORD GARAGE
Phone L46 Courtenay
Speak Easily and Directly
Into the Telephone
Even telephone men ol long experience are surprised at the greater veiice elistinctness when speaking directly into the telephone. When
you speak directly into the telephone, a lower tone ol voice can be used
and your Irieud cau hear easily.
Moreover, when you speak lower, the actual tone qualities of your
voice are transmitted. When you speak loudly you unconsciously
adopt an unnatural tone of voice, with the result that ninch of that
intimacy fiat should be associated with face-to-face talk is lost.
A close position to the telephone means easy talking antl easy
hearing.
British  Columbia  Telephone Co.
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
Next to Hardv & Biseoe
Sinless Soles Attached GRAND DISPLAY
Speechless Tongues inserted ,,       at
Willard s Harness Emporium
Fine Showing ol Horse Blankets,  L,ap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
G_S__VE~anrMRGil
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
cw.r<'s ���"*!-' Stand,Coiw.en-Jry
When In Doubt
Play Trumps
Have Goard Tune Your Piano
Factory Experience
Recommends  from  Leading Musicians
Irom the Atlantic to the Pacific.   Copies
of same furnished on request
W. J. Goard   will De   in this city   about
Oct.     1.     Leave orelers at this  Office,
or write direct to _^
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^HOSE WHO, FROM TIME TO TIME, HAVE FUNDS REQUIRING
INVESTMENT MAY PURCHASE
AT PAR
IA DEBENTURE STO
9    Uiflii..'.::.:���;
IN SUMS OF $500 OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF.
Principal repayable 1st Octobor, 1919.
Interost payable half-yearly, 1st April and 1st October by chequo (freo of exchange at
any chartored Bank in Canada) at tho rato of fivo per cont por annum from tho date of
purchase.
Holders of this slock will havo tho privilotio of surrendering at par and accrued interost,
as the equivalent of cash, in payment of any allotment mado undor any futuro war loan issuo
in Canatla othor than an issuo'of Troasury Bills or other like short dato-security.
Procoods of this stock aro for war purposos only.
A commission of ono-nuartor of one por cont will bo allowed to recognized bond and
stock brokors on allotments mado In rospoct of applications for this stock which bear their
stamp.
For application forms apply to the Deputy Minister of Finance, Ottawa.
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE, OTTAWA,
OCTOBER 7th, 1910.
���  :.- ���    ib*-*-:--
... ��� ,
Intense heat-n istii rweristl." feature of the almost
imperishable fire-box linsr _ our own McClary __mi-
Btecl fire-box made in eight pieces���can't warp.
atHsf ���    ' t__    '
*MSW
ISESS-SSRS-JS
THE    MINISTER    OF     FINANCE
REQUESTS
THE
PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO
D__<j.h   INU tfv
TO
SAVE   MONEY   FOR   THE
NEXT WAR LOAN
_��\N. 9, 1917
Dr.PARTME.NT OF FINANCE!   .
OTTAWA
^MFpB��-*y
%njfe
The man who designed the Kootenay knew his job. I
know that and that is why it carries my guarantee as well
as the makers'. 87o
For sale by C. H. Tarbell & Son, Courtenay
"Pro.uere more i.i 1917"    Hon. Martin Biirrcll, Dominion Minister of Finance.
ROYAL ST A
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FIELD SEEDS
Wl', are extenein - 9111- already extertsttre field seed business fur
1917. It ia the desire of the Canadiau Government that the
people produce as niiicli as possible during tlie ensuing year.
and we are arranging with tlie leading dealers throughout Itrttisli
Columbia and Alberta to carry a ' complete line oi ROYAI,
STANDARD FIELD SEEDS. These seeds are the choicest it is
possible to secure in the World's Markets. They are Government
inspected and carefully selected lor purity.
Seeds should be purchased early as prices inevitably advance as
the Season progresses. In all probability the market will.be short
and it will be difficult later in the year to make purchases.
Order ROYAI, STANDARD Field Seeds NOW. If your dealer
cannot supply you write us a'nd we will ship to vou direct,
WRITE TODAY FOR FULL INFORMATION AND PRICE LIST
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
FLOUR & FEED
I~beg toiannounce that 1 have opened a Flour and
Fed Store on Mill Street, Courtenay, and will be
pleased to supply your needs in
Wheat and Flour, Bran, Shorts
Hay, Straw, etc.
A CALL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Frank   flovitz.
COURTENAY, B.C.
Notes By The Way
"Oh, to strike.- onc blow for KngUuul
before* I die���
One Mow--.wilt, silent, sure,
Ami constant to endure,
One blow   grim, bare anil stark,
Unswerving to ils mark,
Oh, may 1 keep myself well lil,
In body, and suiii, and brain and wit
With instinct trained to know  the
hour
When my weak   hand   is  clothed
with power,
To strike one honest, sturdy blow,
Before I go!"
The friends of Germany in Canada and other parts of the Empire
see to it that tlie soldiers do not
keep themselves "fit iu body soul
and brain 9nd wit" more's the pity.
A soldier reeling along as the resull of doctored liquor is the saddest thing in the world these days.
And the friends of the Empire
stand by and see it done, As Lord
Rosebery once said, 'You must
either control the liquor trade or it
will control you." His words would
appear to represent the facts in
Canada, although the claws of the
trade in the Old Country have
been somewhat cut, and the facilities for doing harm reduced.
Where are our high-minded people
iu Canada? Dominion-wide prohibition should have been in full
swing now, and if any provincial or
Federal government blocks the way
the way should be cleared. So
long as Canada tolerates anything
but prohibition from the Atlantic
to the Pacific, Canada is fighting
with one hand behind her back.
*9*s��CQftg2����g**2&
City Council
The regular March session of the
City Council Was held 011   Monday
evening.     Present;   His Worship1,
Mayor McKenzie,   Aldermen  Anderton, Aston, Brown and McNeil.
The minutes of last meeting were
adopted as read
Communications were read from:
The Victoria Brick & Tile Co, stating that they eoulel not furnish
large cement tile.
From Mr. Griffiths enclosing cer.
tain details re the Electric Light
Co. figures, aud asking a committee
of one each from the Council and
Company to meet him in Victoria
before he made his final adjust-!
meuts of the accounts and decide
upon what items shall be included
The Company declined to send a
representative, and he was asked
to come to Courteuay ou Thursday
evening,
Bodwell & Lawson wrote advising the Council to pass a byelaw
providing tor the purchasing of the
Electric Light plant for a definite
sum which they want to prepare,
and which will not have to be passed 011 by the ratepayers. This
was laid on the table
Duncan & Dutcher wrote that an
extra $5,000 had butter be added to
their estimate lor constructing water
works for contiiigi-ir.ies. Also asking payment of a past account of
f 25. for looking over proposed system some time ago, Laid oyer until next meet ing.
Aid. Anderton wanted to know
why each committee had not report*
the estimates required for the year,
Aid. Aston asked for permission
to fix the bridge on Mill Street; 0p_
posite the Telephone ollice, which
after a lot of discussion was  given.
The following accounts were presented and were sent on to the Fi.
nance Committee to pay 1! found
correct, without discussion
I,  Alexander
W. Swan
N. Gareau
R, McQuillan
The City Clerk reported that
those who had been notified to cov**
er up dangerous wells had done so.
The Mayor reported that eight
horses running at large had broken
into Mrs. Cudmore's garden on
Sunday aud did a lot of damage to
young trees, etc. If the owner can
be found he will likely be prosecuted, and the clerk was instructed
to procure an assistant to round up
those auinals which are running at
large
A by law to borrow $3500 from
the Bank ot Commerce was given
its three readings by unanimous
consent of the Council.
The Council adjourned until
Tuesday evening, when thsy met
and gave the by-law its final reading.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. in.
Courtenav
Sunday School and Bible Clas
10:30 a. tn.   Evening service 7:30
p. 111. All welcome
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and   Solicitor,   Notary
Public.
Phone 6
Courtenay
Cumberland Hotel
d-oil Accomodation      Cusine Bxcelltn
Wm. Merryfield
Preii>t-;.tor
Palaee Livepy
&FeedStabU
Horses  ami   Buggies  for   H:r-r*   ���.
Terms cash.
We   also  attend  to  wood h mling
-/���/.���*;
3,00|
4.50]
2T.75,
JAS.   CAIRNS  &   SON
Proprietors
Courtenay Phone .5
Do You
READ?
The Courtenay  Review
Family Hera .1 and  Weekly Sta r
and the Daily Province
for one vear
for $6
Mr, Rickson, of Vancouver has
Dpened a Gent's Furnishing store
iu Loggie's old stand across the
bridge.
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courtenay
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Gravel
Rates Reasonable
NOTICE
The Blacksmithing Business carried on bv McKenzie & Mooring
has been dissolved. The business
will be carried on in future by the
undersigned, to whom all accounts
are payable. First-Class work is
still the watchword at this shop.J
BEN MOORING
HEADQUARTERS FOR;
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
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Blacksmith ard Carriag'* Builder
COURTENAY THE   REVIEW^   COUUTNT-TT,  B. CL
HAVE YOU?
ECZEMA:
Would you Ilk* Xo eai that tor-
libln ltchlne, tbat bunilnj pain; to
heal those borrld sores"
You havo tried all norts of fatty
���Intments, lotions and powders. Put
them aside now nnd give Nature _
thnneo as represented by Zam-Buk.
Zam-Buk ls mado from hcilial nt.
���enees; Is a natural healer. Is not
���otuethlng you have lo send to lh__
���nd of the world for, and pay a
heavy prloo! Every druggist "HI
���ell you Zam-Buk and for 50c. only.
Just give It a fair trial and Intrl-
lently Rive yourself ease by th��
fliilerkest route.   See nauiu on box:���
The Highways
Of Ancient Rome
Ancient People Knew the Value of
Good Roads
"The capitals of Syria and Egypt
held a still superior rank in thc empire; Antioch and Alexandria looked
elown with disdain on a crowd of dependent cities. . . , All these chics were connected with each other
antl with tin: capital by thc public
highways which, issuing from the
Forum of Rome, traversed Italy, per-
vaeh-el llie provinces and were terminated only by the frontiers of Empire,
. . . The public roads wcrc accurately divided by milestones and ran
in a direct line from one* city to another and with very little rcspi-ct ci-
iher of nature or private properly.
Mountains were perforated antl bold
arches thrown over the broadest and
| most rapid streams. . . . Houses
wore everywhere erected at a distance only of live or six miles; each
of them was constantly provided
with forty horses and by the help of
relays, it was easy to travel a hundred miles in a day along tlie- Roman
roads."���Gibbons.
ANY CHEST COLD
MAY BRING
The irritating, tickling cough
affects the lung tissue and
wears down nature's power to
resist disease germs.
���you must keep your stomach well, your liver active,
the bowels regular, and your
blood pure. Your physical
condition depends on the
health of these organs.
When anything goes wrong
We
bulisl-
On the Move
can say this for the somnam-
���he is no idle dreamer.
suppresses the cold, allays the inflammation, steadily removes the
Irritation and rebuilds the resistive
power to prevent lung trouble.
SCOTT'S hai done more
for bronchial troubles than
any other one medicine.
It contains no harmful drugs.
Stroll S. Bomrc. -oro-to, Ont      lfr-lt
To have the children sound and
healthy is the first care of a mother.
They cannot bc healthy if troubled
with worms, Use Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator.
a few doses of Beecham's Pills
and avoid any serious illness.
They are a fine corrective and
tonic for the system, and a
great help in maintaining,good
health. A single box will
prove the remedial value of
Germany's Home Production
By stopping Germany's supply of
Chilean nitrates and other fertilizers,
the British navy has brought down
Germany's home production of potatoes and other field crops about _5
per cent. That is, it has caused a
shortage in lhe home production far
bigger than Germany's normal imports of foodstuffs. Without fertilizers, the farm lands of Germany cultivated for centuries, will not yield
morc than average, and the difference
in output is sufficient to bring Germany ultimately to the verge of starvation.���Mail and Empire.
of
t-arjtc.l Sale of Any Medic in-. intfi�� World,
Sold ererjrwbero.  In boxes. 35c.
Economy and
ddys Matches
Buying the cheapest
a r t i c I e i.s often the
poorest economy.
Wc do not claim to
sell the cheapest
matches,  but   we   do
claim lo sell
The Most cf the Best
For tlie Least
Money
Therefore, always.
everywhere, buy
EDDY'S MATCHES.
The World's Age
Scientists   Differ   Slightly, But   All
Axe Agreed That This Sphere
Is Somewhat Ancient
Science has been making the age
of the world 200,000,000 years, more
or less. But the latest scientific calculation is 1,000,000,000 years. This
great difference of time arises from
the difference of methods of calculation. The first-named period is
reached through geological estimates,
founded on sedimentation and stratum formation.
The    longer    period    is    reached I
through  the  retroactive    effects     ofl
uranium and ils related elements.   It
lias laken all this time for uranium
to     produce     crystallization     which
possesses creative force.   The longer
period is thc  estimate of chemistry,
lhc shorter period, of geology, but a.s
| there is no geology without chemistry, thc scientific world is turning to
uranium  as  thc   controlling  clement
in the building of the earth, and the
period of ils retroactive agency constitutes the age of the earth.    From
uranium we get radium, thc master I
force of all change.    As raeliiirn  was I
only discovered in 1888, there is plen-!
ty of time left in which to find how
old we a.rc���Columbia, Ohio, Journal. I
Rheumatism
Is My Weather Prophet.
T can tell 6tormy weather days
Fact versus Fancy
A Difference
There is a curious difference hc-
tWccn the .uilii issued by the German emperor t.> Ills iroops antl Ihe
order issued bj General Nlvelle to his
French troops, ijlotli arfltcalls to
further ngnTing*! bul llie effipcror's
order i* gloomy in tune and speaks
oi ni w sacrifices .while the '���'roiich
gem nil speaks of brilliant auspices al
the beginning nl lhe year and snys
his nil ll '.'-ill ii ak< I'.'l, re year of i ic-
tory. Ts ir a difference nf 'rare that
mak-s [his ililiVn nt-, ,,f tone. -Buffalo Express.
NERVOUSWSORDERS
Are Promptly Cured By the Use
Ur. Williams' Pink Pills
If your band trembles or is un-
stcady, it is a sure and early sign
that your nervous system is at fault.
The trouble if not taken in time will
develop slowly to a worse stage, and
there is no person more to bc pitied
llian one suffering from nervous
trouble. You feel unaccountably
weak afler exertion, lose flesh, turn
against food, and suffer palpitations
and indigestion afler eating. Sometimes sharp pains shoot down your
spine and legs, and often ncunlcia
robs you of your sleep --it night.
These are some of the troubles that
imiicale the presence of nervous disorders. Ji lhcy are neglected lhcy
result in a complete nervous collapse,
sometimes in paralysis. Ur. Williams' Pink I'ills have won a great
reputation in curing all forms of
nervous diseases. The nervous system depends entirely upon the blood
supply for nourishment, Dr. Williams'
, l'ink i'ills actually increase the
j supply of rich, ree! blood; feed,
: strengthen and tone the nerves, enabling them lo perforin their functions antl dispel all signs ofva breakdown,    Mrs.    11.    Wainlott,    Heaver
��� Hank.  N.S.,  says:  "J  was  sick,  run
down    and    awfully nervous.    The
! slightest noise would startle and an-
i noy mc. I suffered pains around the
: heart antl every particle of color left
��� my face antl  hands.     J  always felt
: tired, and slept poorly at  night.     1
| was so poorly     that     my     friends
[thought .1 would not recover.   I tried
j many    medicines, but thev    did not
j help inc.    Then  I  read  of Ur,  Williams' Pink Tills and decided lo drop
all oilier medicine and Iry them.    It
.was fortunate 1 did, for in the course
of a few weeks I founel them helping
me.   1 continued taking lhc pills for
sonic    weeks longer and    lhcy completely cured me.   1 earnestly advise
every weak woman ami girl to give
Dr.  Williams'  l'ink Pills a fair trial,
and 1  am sun   they will not be diS-
aripi.i'lfCll." ..   J_!
Vou can ger these pills thro^li
any medicine dealer or by mail!'al
SO cents a box, or six boxes for. $2,.$
from The Dr. Williams' Me k3__P
Co., Brockville, Ont. '���' K:t
  ..j-
Queer Food Prejudices
'I'he Scotsman's antipathy lo eels
as an article of diet is nol without ils
parallels. Mr. Houston, the Liverpool
s'lriTiowiifr; has given a list of siniilf-'r
prejudice-*!. Turnip-tops, he says, are
a table: vegetable in London and rjtib-
lsi_.Ii in Edinburgh; swedes arc a table luxury in lhe North and rattle
food in the soulh; haggis is aelori-rl
in Scotland and detested in Kngland;
and so .on. Dr. Johnson ha.d his emphatic opinion of porridge; and equally emphatic prejudices persist as to
buttermilk, snails, frogs, rabbits and
mackerel. ��� At times when mackerel
are fetching a shilling each in London they are being pitched back into
the sea as gooel for nothing by the
net fishers of the north. ��� London
Chronicle,
Showing How a Policy of Pacifism
Does Not Always Ensure
Peace
The Conservator, edited by Horace
Tiaubcl, biographer of Whitman and
saluted by Debs as the master pacifist of thc country, quotes the following from Emerson: "Whenever
we see the doctrine of peace embraced by a nation wc may be sure it will
be one which has a friend in the bottom of the heart of every man, even
to thc violent and the base; on. against which no weapon can prosper."
And Belgium, Quaker among nations, adopted this doctrine, dedicating herself and being dedicated lo
perpetual pence. She was to assail
no one and never to br. assailed. She
was Iruc to her high faith, yet she
is the most devastated and desolated
of nations, her women outraged, h
men led into slavery, her churches
and ' art inonumeijts levelled;
flourishing industries destroyed, No
weapon able, to prosper against her?
Would it -were so.
Words beautifully allocated are
pleasing lo the ear, but when thev
do nol accord with fact llieir arrangement is a vain exercise. l'r|-
gium may havc a friend at lhc hot-
torn of the German heart, bul not at
thc apex of the German fist, .'.-lie applied pacifism to her uaiion.nl life to
find that no- mailer how flawless is
the conduct of the lamb the wolf still
holds his appetite, which roves hint a
right to tear and consume. Anyone
wauling to quote lluieison si.tA.id
draw texts from his Concort hymn,
when lie eulogized the emb-ittled farmers who fired the shol heard round
the world, rather than trom tue
drcamings of his genius, which saiel
off by the twinges in my shoulders and knees.  But here's an
old friend Ihui toon drivel out llu: puini
���net lichen.
S limit's Liniment is to cmy to apply, no
rubbing at all, il ��ink�� right in and fuel
Ihe pnin. Cleaner than tniinay plusi.ru and
ointments*. Try it for gout, lumbago, ncu��
rnlgia, bruisei and tprui.ii.
At your druggist, 25c. 50c. and $1.00.
Inventions By Women
Among the war inventions is a
combination glove and mitten. When
the soldier desires to use his fingers
lhe glove can be pulled back to feirm
Ibe mitten. Another is a collapsible
bcelslcad, which can be carried in a
soldier's knapsack. For the wounded there are aeljustable crutches,
which fit persons of any height All
these have been patented by women.
iiniitient
The HMrt rnr.ncH wtMlDV, mo n.i tut,
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THAI  TKADE  MAR-CKD  WORD    Tllf-.ftArion    IB OH
burgh court recently.    In support of | Ui7wn ��������""-���*"���"�� *"��� �����-""- '��**"���
some claims the statement was made
Quill Pens and Steel
The question of the dale of
papers  was  determined  in  an
some
Edin-
THERAPION
what he didn't mean.���From the
York Globe and Commercial A
tiscr.
rl.-cr-
'Isn't
'Mo;
Overheard
she just nice enough to cat?
her lasle is execrable."
that a document submitted was _00
years old. A copperplate engraver,
who was called in, examined the documents through a large magnifying
glass, said the words were obviously
written with a steel pen, which did
not come into existence until after
1810. A quill pen left a Hat mark,
while a steel one left a perceptible
space between when a wide mark was j _���	
examined closely.
Amoiic-'t
Pliimr
Dm R-meiliK
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DOG DISEASES
And How to Feed
MilM fret to ���-.   acinus li.
the Author
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The Oi! of the People.���Many oils
have come and gone, but Ur. Thomas' liclectric Oil continues to maintain its position and increase ils
sphere of usefulness each year. Jts
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the front and kept it there and it can
truly bc called the oi! of the people-.
Thousands have benefited by it and
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Good Reason
Teacher; Why are you so late?
Hoy: Please, miss, I started late.
Teacher:    Why   didn't   you   start
early ?
lloy: Please, miss, it   was too   late
lo start early.    ���
There is nothing repulsive in Miller's Worm Powders, and they are as
pleasant lo lake as sugar, so that few
children will refuse them. In some
cases the; cause vomiting through
their action in an unsound stomach,
but this is only a manifestation of
! their cleansing power, no indication
that they are hurtful. They can bc
thoroughly depended upon to clear
all worms from the system.
father
A Nonentity
Jack: But what   does your
see in me lo object to?
Edith: He doesn't see anything iu
you.   Thai's why he objects.
"People should marry their oppo
ites."
".Most people are convinced that
bey did."
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, lite.
"Ms
young
kitchc
tress
Me.
gie, how was it that I saw a
man talking with you iu lhc
rn lasl niglllf" asked the niis-
of her cook,
r girl pondered for a few mo-
- and I li on answered: "Faith, an'
'I make il out mesilf; \-6u must
looked through tli'*'keyhole;'1''
Meatless Days in Olden Time
There is a precedent for a legal enactment for a meatless day. In lhe
middle of thc 16th century there was
a law in this counlry enforcing ah
slinence from flesh for political and
economic reasons, not only in Lent
and ou Fridays, but also on S-itur
days and Wednesdays. The object
was the, strengthening of thc navy,
through the encouragement of the
fisheries. Four women ,whcj hae|,.a
meal of meat In a London tavern during Lent, 156J, were put in the
slocks all night antl the owneir of the
tavern was set iu the pillory.���London Times.
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Hoilowneas of Materialism
Rudyard Kipling on the Relative Advantages of Money Making and
Other PuAuits
When Rudyard Kipling visited McGill University a few years ago, he
chose as the theme of his address to
the student body the hoilowness of
materialism. Kipling warned the
young men of McGill against the
pursuit of money as an all-absorbing
occupation in life. /
The fact that Kipling chose this
subject is evidence worthy of note of
thc importance to the nation of the
ideals conceived at college by its
active-minded young men, thoyi who
aije,.destined 'icir a certain mom. and
intellectual leadership. Democracy
is *iot healthy unless the relative advantages of money-making and other
pursuits in life arc generally-fljfhder-
stood and appreciated. - - 5maw��
Journal.
W.      N.      U.      1H3
She:
in  the
Explained at Last
Pee all those bald head* ilof/n
front row.
Give the "Kiddies" w
AH They Want of
CR0WNBRAND
_r
Si
cornHsypp
He; Yes; there's, always danger r.f
a panic in a theatre, so ihey put the
cool-llcadcd men iu the  fronl seats.
It's one of the delicious "fjood things'' that has a real food value.
A slice of your good homemade bread, spread with "Crown Brand'
a perfectly balanced food, lhal is practically all nourishment.
So���let them have It on biscuits and. pancakes, and on Iheir
porrldf-e If they waul II,
You'll like it, loo, on Crlddle Cakes -on Blanc Mange aird
Baked Apples. And you'll find il lhe mosl economical sweetener '*..
you can une, for Cakes, Cookies. Gingerbread and Pies.
Have your husband pet a tin, the next lime hc is in town���
a 5, 10 or 20 pound tin.
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TBSk  REVIEW.   COUKTNEY.   _L ll
GREAT BRITAIN HAS PROFITED
BY THE MISTAKES OF THE PAST
NOW APPLYING LESSONS LEARNED FROM FAILURES
iho Growth of the Fighting Machine Constituted hy the Army
Has Been Little Short of Marvellous, and All Resources of
The Hmpire Have Been Mobilized for .Supreme Effort
i-n-r.pi
Ilh
eii   ill-
he
Ed, I.. Keen Cl
United Press in I
year 1916 as follows;
John Hull spent a goodl
ed 1916 applying the I
learned the previous year.
From lhe Dardanelles lo Mesopotamia, iiiun Ncuvo i liapclle i" Loos,
from bona to Athens, uc blundered'
alnng, Imi, ns snbsc(]iicnt history ii--s
dciuunsiratcd, all lhe nine aciiiiiring
merit,   Uui ol every strategic iiii.ur.,
every linlllllillcel cxpcclalloil, both
iiniiiary anel political, he iiitiinged lo
leruii soilicllllllg, ami I lie lessons
-.luck.
First of all lhe lessons of centralized power in the direction ol war,
ot internal government, 01 domestic
economy anel ol ellieieuey, ll*0r.0Ugtlly
learned, led lum to put David l.ioytl
George into a pracucal (Itctalorsinp
over all those branches of brilish activity.
The Ast|iiilli Cabinet fell because
British pniiiie opinion, alniosl souuly
aligned behind "the little Welshman,'
dciiiandcd supreme cuicicncy in England's hglit tor life, ll was cliarnc-
tenslic of .lr. Lloyd George, the
breaker eif precedent, that lie .hould
sweep away nearly all the old ministerial rnacuincry and substitute lor
the looscly-kmt, slow-moving, over-
oiiiceretl Cabinet, a small, compact
war coimcil of live members ��� aid
take this step with the eager acquiescence of John Hull. And John bull,
who usually has to be driven, and
who generally hales new-taiigletl
things, showed lhe transformation iu
his character which the war has
wrought by standing behind Mr.
Lloyel George,
By reason of llis early unsuccessful adventures in thc Near Fast, he
gathered invaluable knowledge in the
matter of organization and equipment which hc has lhis year applied
in other quarters. As a resull of the
failure of his troops in the West in
the spring and autumn of 1915, to
attain their desired objective, he
made certain changes in personnel,
vastly improved bis organization behind the- lines, and above all learned
that the only way seriously to deut
thc German front was with a preponderating supply of shot and shell.
Hc lost Bulgaria to lhc allied
cause, but the experience he acquired
in that process enabled him to gather
in Rumania'. Just now, by the foi-
tune of war, Rumania appears to be
a doubtful military asset, if not a liability; but at the time unquestionably, the enlistment of tllis country
with tlie allies was a diplomatic
stroke of first importance.
Early in 1916 lie adopted conscription. Had it been introduced a year
before, the war might have been over
today. Englishmen have responded
in unprecedented fashion lo their
King and country's call tinder '.Involuntary system, but it was only
the certainty of ultimate conscription that finally brought lhc enrolment up to live million men. Tne
molding of lhis huge lump of human
raw material into an efficient military    machine   has been a   gigantic
lask, but   ii*r   proper   equipment bus
been a greater,
Little less than miraculous has
been lhc development of the munitions industry in ibis country during
llie last year. From the star, Britain
has been Uu- treasury of the- allies;
now ii has become their armory.
When Mr. Lloyd Gcorgp began nun
Ing England's factories into arsenals,
ilie-se Germans wire manufacturing
and shooting nboul ten shells to tin-
allies' one. There wns a time when
mi certain sections of the battle line
Hriiish gunners wen- limited to four
rounds per day. Upon America antl
Japan Britain was depending for lhe
most part of its supplies of iiiaciiine
gnus, heavy artillery anil high explosives. Now these conditions nre
all reversed. Morc than 4,000 private
iirius iii England, 95 per cent, of
whom before the war hail never produced a gun, a shell or a cartridge,
now are turning out munitions t.f
true sort or another,
Jusl after the Munitions Act was!
passed, Mr. Lloyel George startled'!
ihc country by announcing that
eleven new government arsenals had
been provided for. Today Ihere are
more than ninety, most of them producing big guns, howitzer, or high
explosives. 'lhc weekly output of
shell cartridges is now greater by
millions llian England's entire annual output before the war. A new
type of machine-gun is bein;; turned
out by the hundred every week in
one factory built in the last year.
The general output of heavy artillery
lias increased by several hundred
per cent. The tolal number of war
workers has increased tei nearly four
million, of whom half a million aie
women.
Practically the whole of England's
vast industrial resources, except
those necessary for the supply q( Ihc
civil population, have been mobilized
for war purposes. Every factory in
the land, if called upon, is required
to devote at least part of its activities to turning out war material.
Thc proportion of munitions now fin-
nished by America and Japan has
become almost negligible.
Moreover, England is not merely
supplying her own big armies. She
has had to help out Kussia, France
and Italy, especially the first-named,
It has been largely due to English.
guns and English shells that the
Russians havc been able to put the
Germans on the defensive. Large
quantities of English munitions weic
sent also to Rumania, and the Serbian army would doubtless still be
lighting for Monastir had it not been
thoroughly re-cquipped hy Great
Britain.
Giving all duo credit to the allied
strategy in general and lo Gen.
Haig's military genius in particular,
as well as to the admitted improvement of Tommy as a fighting proposition, and the present superiority
of lhe Brilish air service, there is,
after all, only onc answer for the recent successes along the Soiiimc and
the Ancre���munitions. The lessons
of Ypres, Ncuve Chapcllc and loos
have been well learned.
Break lor Freedom
How the Plan of Two Interned German Officers Nearly Succeeded
An ingenious method of escape
was employed by two Gehnan officers who escaped from a detention
camp, Inn were subsequently arrested
and brought back. It appeal's that
Ibe camp waste paper is collected at
intervals and wheeled in barrows Lo
a store slie.nl outside the grounds.
The officers conceived llic idea of
being taken to the shed a.s ivasle paper anel consequently hid themselves
underneath il. By using a twig of
clderwood from wliicli the pith had
been abstracted, they managed to get
sufficient air in their hiding-place.
When the orderlies came to wheel
out the waste paper, su natural did
lhc bundles look that the suspicions
of the armed guard in charge were
not aroused. After they had been,
tumbled inlo the store shed the door
was locked by the guard. As soon
as all was quiet again, the officers
managed to free themselves from
thcii respective bundles,
lock of the door, and ll
their freedom.
-.-.I   the
secured
NO PEACE BASIS UNTIL GERMANS
KNOW WHAT THE FIGHTING IS FOR
TO KEEP INTACT THE HOHENZOtLFltN DYNASTY
When the German People Finally Realize They Are Not Fislhtin.
For the Freedom of Germany, but Their Own Continued
Political Submission, a Reaction May be Expected
___��� o���i *--''���' '... : ! ���*
Increased Call
For Production
Minister  of  Agriculture   Makes  Fur-
the.  Appeal to "thc  Men
on the Land"
Hon, Martin Burr.ll, Minister of
Agriculture, in the Agricultural < i:i-
zettc, makes a further appeal to the
farmers of Canada to increase production, llis appeal, wliicli is ad-
drcsscd to "the man on the laud,'' is
as follows:
"For two years and a half, war, red
and ruinous, has raged llirougli lhe
world, and Still no decision has been
reached. There is reason to hope
that before: 1917 closes the struggle
for liberty will have been won or bc
greatly advanced, Ainrrl the varying
phases of this titanic conflict the "fact
slands out more clearly than ever
that agriculture is of supreme importance. Extraordinary measures arc
being taken by the allied countries lo
increase and encourage production.
It is earnestly'hoped that every farmer in Canada will strive lo increase
the food supply of lhe: empire,
still powerful anil llrlscrupulou!
why openly avows ils intention lc
and sink all ships carrying supj
to'England during the coming year.
In the tremendous strain yet to come
a vital factor will bc an ample anel
unfailing How of food to England anil
France. No matter what difficulties
may face us, the supreme- duly ol
every man on the land is lo use evi ry
thought and every energy in the direction of producing more-, ami
more."
Dre_m Came True
Her
���
VV   .VVWVVV..XV WW eVVVW-SNIW,.
���fai
Men Wanted for the Navy
The Royal Naval Canadian Volunteer
Reserve, wants men for immediate service Overseas, in
the Imperial Navy
Candidates must be from
18 to 38 years of ode and ions
of natural born British
subjects.
DAV $1.10 per day and upwards. Tree Kit
���*��� �����*��� *���   Separation allowance, $211.00 monthly.
Experienced men from 38 lo -45, and boys from 15 to 18
are wanted lor ihe CANADIAN NAVAL PATROLS.
Apply to
The Nearest Naval Recruiting Station
or to the
Department of Naval Service, OTTAWA.
Young  Lady  in  a  Dream   _aw
Fiance Wounded
Hue of the most vivid stories of
warning by dreams is told bya young
lady jvjio 3.earned thai she s.iv, lief
fiance in ihe trenches preparing for
a raid; Iii her dream llu- young lady
saw him, wilh many others* climb <;iit
of the British trenches, cross .N'o
Man's Panel, and enter fly enemy's
lines. Her dream became confused
for a moment, and ihen quite plainly
she saw liim climb on lo the parapet
of iin German trench and fall forj-
ward wounded. A big man came up,
took the wounded man on Ills shoulder, and carried liim back to the
British lines. Tin: young lady awoke
feeling very alarmed, and lhc next
clay wrote to her fiance for news. A
few days afterwards she received a
hller from him, iu hospital, staling
thai on the night of her dream, about
li Germans wish to know whj the
sentiment of lhe allies ir, so inhospitable to peace, let them read their
Kaiser's New Year's proclamation lo
his army and navy.
The Kaiser n-lls the German people
that lhcy have heen "victorious in
all theatres of war on lanel and sea."
The: campaign in Rumania is described as "our recent triumphal mare!:."
"The greatest naval bailie ibis year
was our victory in the Skagerrak," ill
which the German fleet retired to ils
base and left the British in command
[of the sea. "The gallant deeds ol our
submarines hnve secured for my navy
glory and admiration for ever." "tnid
also iu lhc inline will bc with us."
Thc Kaiser could hardly s.iy more
if the Hriiish navy were al the bottom
of thc sea and the German troops
! were in possession en' London,. Paris,
Petrograd and Rome. , Thai sort of
rhetoric may be admirably adapted
iio the business of fooling all oi the
Germans some of lhc lime and some
nf the. Germans all of the lime, l>m ii
is not a preliminary to peace conferences.
For dynastic reasons it is necessary to make llie German people believe that they have won Ihc war and
that any peace which Germany may
propose is a victorious peace; bul
llicrc will bc no peace on tbat basis.
Franco will die first.
Assuming that there is an honest
desire for peace in Germany, no progress will be made until the Kaiser
and the responsible statesmen of
Germany begin to talk the language
of peace and stop talking the language of conquest. No nation can bi" g
itself into victory. There musl be
Germans of sufficient sanity to know
Aithat the Kaiser's proclamation is_ a
n- I'iece of imperial demagogy, that Ger-
).|ry many is not victorious, and at b st
plies can achieve only a stalemate at iiira1-
culablc sacrifices of blood and treasure-. They must know that the Kaiser's boasts arc a form of treason to
Genuanyj in that ihey give ait! aid
eoniforl lo the enemy by inaiiillg the
allies more determined llian ever to
see the war llirougli to the bitter end.
Yet the Gcrntans tolerate it, aid
the facl that they tolerate il is the
strongest justification lhal thc Alibis
can present for their refusal lo ent- r
a peace conference, Great Br'ft'ain ami
France have nol been asked io make,
peace wilh the German people, bul
with the llolieiizullern dynasty and
wilh Junkfrtum, Such a peace' Can
be al best only a truce.
li may flatter German pride lo bc-
liev ih.it Germany has been "victorious in all theatres eif war on laud and
on sea," bul lhat sort oi pride must
bc paid for. and il will bc paid for.
What ihc Gcrinaq people arc actually
fighting inr is not a German victor),
but a means of so placating lln ir own
still
Plans for the Next Wm
Germany Making-Plans lor An_tb*_"
War When She is Beue.-
Prepared
A very useful commentary upoti
Gennany's peace proposals is iur-
nished by au article reproduced herewith which appeared iu December In.
llic Lokal Anzcigcr of Berlin, a semiofficial newspaper:
"We began this war a vear too
soon. When wc havc secured a _<_:-
man peace wc.inust begin at on---.- l
reorganization upon a broader, iirmer
basis than ever before. Establishments that produce raw materials essential to the army must not only
continue their work, but enter into it
upon lines of increased energy, forming thus lhc economic, the k -���: 1
economic Germany in--j-rejarirsg hr
the: economic sense tor tne ;- it v,-_r
"We musl carefully calculate tn.
advance, in view of less .n.. learned
in this war, what our country lacki
in raw material or essentials of rays-
material, and secure immense reserves lo remain unused until a djay
in the future. Wc must organize a_
genuine an industrial mobiliz-ir-on
as wc had a military mobili.arioa.
Every technician or semi-technician,
enrolled or not in the list or mobilized, must be empowered thrc-ugli official credentials to take charge and
direction of a given establishment
upon lhe second day following a new
declaration of war. Every establishment nianufacturing for commercial
purposes must be mobilized also and
understand officially that upon tbe
third tlay after declaration of wir
their entire abilities are to be devoted to serving the army upo- demand.
"Wc must finally establish -- ro!
definite commercial understanding
with the nations outside Europe that
will oiler them advantages to be dqljt
specified in detail whereby -he..: nations as neutrals will find it to ;' car
direct disadvantage commercially to
trade or sell munitions eluring war to
either ourselves or our enemies. '.Ye
can afford to offer such conditions
ourselves. And, finally, when the
next wiif .conje s, it niuat not be a
year too -scion.''
A Plot That Will Fail
Pan-German Scheme of Expansion lithe East Will Be Frustrated
By the Allies
Germany centred l:er alteruie- i in
llie early ilavs of the war un her
swift invasion of Belgium and France.
Balked of her purpose, she now
covcis a permanent foothold beyond
her old eastern  boundal.es.     She is
UU.   ..    'i" "in*   ...    .*-.'   j'.... .. i hi ,;    in-.,,    ..',��i, ,,,. ,
vanity that   they will nol bi- tempted  willing to have the world regard the
war as a tlrav.n  game, because    she
knows that by trading her    western
midnight,  he  was one of a  raidii
party, composed of English and New
lo    revolutionize   their
when lhe- war is ovcr.
know  il.  bul  they  may
lhal ihe Kaiser   knows
government
They il" nut
rest assured
ami    tlu:
Chancellor knows it, and all Jimkcr-
ttini knows it.
Tlie Imperial Government would
Immediately offer most liberal (emu
of peace if il could ber certain lhat
When the reaction came there would
bc uo change in the German utli'i'de
towards the throne and the doctrine
of Divine right. This is not the fi-:,t
lime that a great people lias battled
/.calanders, and was wounded  tvlnlc! desperately to insure its own political
landing on ihe top of ihc German
trench. A big .Maori carried Iiini
back to llu Brilish lines, exactly as
the young lady had pictured In lit r
dream.
More Cattle Enter Canada
The tolal number oi cattle entering
Canada from the United Slates
tlirougli the port of North Portal
during the year 1916 was Ppproxltn-
ately five times as many as came
through the same port during 1915.
From present indications based Upon
inquiries    reaching    veterinary    ami
customs departments, lhc year I��17
will equal, if not surpass, tin- record
years of I911-12��
servitude and to save itself from freedom, and il may not be the last. Bul
there can bc no basis for a permanent I
peace uniil the Germans themselves
begin to understand what they arc
really fighting feu', which is not trec-
doiu for Germany, but iheir own continued political submission to the medial vnl syslem that plunged ihem into this war.���New York World.
She
���10SI-
l.trts
"My daughter has oh'lai
tion in a lawyer's oflicc.
on lhc lirsl."
"Ami in thc meantime is she doing
anything t" lit herself for lhe work?"
Ves  she  is  reading  'Berlin,     lhc
Beautiful Blond Stenographer."'
gains for new influence on the r;.st-
ern front her Pan-German scheme of
dominion ovcr (he vast territories between lhe North Sea and the Persian
Gulf will be enormoiislv strengthened.
It is a shrewd plot, but it will fail.
The Entente nations arc pledged to
n very different programme. They
have solemnly promised Constantinople to Russia, and they intend that
Rumania, Serbia and Montenegro
shall be set free. Their determinr-
tion is unalterable; they will not end
the struggle until the menace of
Prussian militarism, both East anel
West, has been destroyed.���Providence  lournal.
When Your Eyes Need Care
Ceelf.nneE.eMedleine. NoSmartin_-F.el��
Fuse ���Act* Quickly, Try it fur Bed. Weak,
Bore Ejesanilliranul.ted Eyelids. Murine la
compounded l>.v our Oculist-��� ntit a "PatfQt
Medicine "-butlined in��litre-����ful Phriel.iain'
Practice (or manj year* Now dedicated ta
lhe Publl;* and aoid by Dmmrlitts at SOc per
Sot,le-. .��*���'���_. Kt* Salse in Aseptic Tulles,
.55c and Met. Write for book oi tlie Ive Free.
Murine Eva Remedy Company Ohlcage. _4t.
W.      N      U.     1143 ���������
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
~ -.,.,->. s .     . now residing lu this city   wish to
LoillOX  Valley LOW   leStlUg AsSOCiatlOIl  thank the residents for sympathy
expressed in their recent bereavement.
List of cows that have given .so lbs of butter during February
Kerne of cow lbs Ulilk lbs butter owner
Pern 1163 65.12    (',. IIoyiiIiv
"   2 months 2300   1-4.00 "
Beauty  11> 17 61,(17 ...W. T. Wain & Son.
"   2 mouths .'166  i_';t.7.< "
HhI.v 10.8 .17,43 II.   Gurney
���*N0ra   837.,..' 56,64 G, Hornby
"   4 months 26 is  204,77
Mabel "51 ."6.64 R, 0. Hurford
Jewel 1160  55.49 T, I). Smith
"   -1 mtintlis 5373  250.24
Several prominent officials of the
Canadian Pacific arrived by special
coach attached to the regular passenger train on Thursday on a visit
to Courtenay niul the Comox Valley
lasrgte.
oxy...
.12-14,
,55,15.
. Pritchard & Sei
T. I). Smith
un lis
Mnrir
��� mouths
 780 52,78	
2662  184,43
 lln" 51.61 S. Calhoun
.V-..I    176,-I.s "
llnss   1160 51,43 W, T. Wain e-i Sou
"   3 months 3460     157,4.
l,eoiiette    844 51.20  T. D. Smith
"   4 mouths 3820  220.02
Biddy 859 51,11 ,.  R U. Hurlord
Annie 701 50.70 "
Dell .'ml erf nine Ribbon 643 50.21 T. D, Smith
,       '' 9 months 7815  S7II.79
Patience 10 mouths  7155  498 68  G, O, Game
Italia 8 months 6654  403, 00 W, T. Wain eV Son
Young Tiger 5 months  17IU  283.88 II, Gurney
lun 5 months 4267  258 78
Cherry -I months 502S  207.08  R. Wi lllnnisoii
s*    i " -  _      . .._..     . ^^^rmmf^r^rmmm!^ts
CUMBERLAND
(Islandci)
The Rev, Jas. Hood of this city
was elected Moderator at the Presbytery of Victoria at the opening
meetiiig of its spring s.ssiou held
in St, Andrew's clinch, Victoria,
during the past week. The Presbytery embraces the whole of Vancouver Isl-iid. Rev, Jas. Hood
was also appointed representative
of this Presbytery to the General
Assembly to be held at Ottawa.
Thomas Bickle has been appointed coal inspector for the Canadian
Collieries.
Mr. Leslie, of Vancouver, travelling Freight agent of tha Canadian
Pacific was here during the week.
Miss Beatrice Jones, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Jones of the
T'nion Hotel, and John Dando,
overman of Xo. 7 Mine of the   Ca
nadian Collieries. Dunsmuir, T.td,,
were united in marriage at St.
Mark's church, Kitsilano, on Monday, Feb. 26th., the Rev. Sovereign
officiating Mr. and Mrs. John
Dando returned to this city by
Wednesday evening's train,
The Cumberland Volunteer Fire
Brigade will hold their annual
Masquerade Ball in the lio Ho
dance hall on Friday, Match 16, instead of the usual dav, March 17,
on account of St. Patrick's day
falling 011 a Saturday in this   year.
Joseph Welsh died in Vancouver
General Hospital a week ago last
Sunday. Up to a few weeks ago
the late Mr. Welsh was engineer
tor the Canadian Collieries at Bevan
and left to accept a position as engineer 011 the Steamship Thelma,
The deceased was well and favorably known throughout the district
Mrs, Welsh and   family   who   are
MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
FIGHT
AT   THE   FRONT.
BUY
DOMINION OF CANADA
THREE-YEAR
rSh
$  25.00    FOR    $21.50
50.00        " 43.00
100.00    ���-       se.oo
INDIVIDUAL PURCHASES  LIMITED TO $1503.
FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY AT ANY BANK
OR ANY MONEY ORDER POST OFFICE
JAN. 9, 1917
Fiimanoe   Department
Ottawa
Ms_WMsMMMMM#MMAs-t
BOOK ORDERS NOW
NOW
WHITE WYANDOTTE
HATCHING EGGS
From heavy-laying " Hoganized " Stock
$1.50 per 15. $4 per 50. $7 per 100
Special Matings $3.00 per 15
INSPECTION  INVITED
J. G. RANDALL
ROYSTON STATION P.O��� V.I., B.C.
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To meet the increased demand
for coke, the Canadian Collieries
Dunsmuir, Ltd, have decided to
build .something over one hundred
additional coke ovens nt Union Bay
When the new evens are completed
there will be about 250 coke ovens
in operation at Union Bay and will
give employment to a considerable
number of men.
An Awful Retribution
''Then the angel and the printer
Started toward the glory gate;
But when passing close- In liaeles
The angel murmured '\\'ait --
Hero's 11 nook I wish to show you]
It's the hottest place in lull,
Where the tlulis who beat llie printer
In awful torment dwell.'
The printer saw before liim
Oltl patrons by the score.
An easy chair and fan he grabbed,
Antl nsked for nothing more,
He sat nnd watched and watched   them
Saw them sizzle, scorch and burn.
And Iiis former debtors saw liim
Whichever way he'd turn.
Said the angel;    'Come up higher,
Anil the pearly gates we'll see.'
lint the printer only a'suwered���
'This is heaven enough for me.' "
Advertisement in poultry journal
"Plymouth Rocks ready to lay
$1 25 each,"
A Milwaukee paper informs us,
"John Huckbody of Wausau lost
thirty chickens by freezing to
death."
Ten years ago a Kansas farmer
put his initials on a dollar bill
The next day he went lo the nearest town and spent it with a mer
chant. Before the year was out he
got tha dollar bill back, Four
times in six years he got it back
for produce, and three times he
heard of it being in the pockets of
his neighbors. The last time he
got it back he sent it to a mail order liouse. He has never seen the
dollar bill since, and never will.
That dollar bill will never pay any
more school or road taxes for him���
it will never help build or brighten
any of the homes iu his community
He sent it entirely out of its rusefulness to himself ov his neighbors.
SUTLIFF
Gents' Furnishing Store
We are going to lead  while others follow, with
Hart, Schaffer & Max Clothes
We have a full line of Samples to choose from
We would like you to give  us  a   call  and see for
yourself.   We also have a full  line of Children's
Shoes  at all Prices
Remember what we havn't got we will get for you
Sutliff Gents'   Furnishing Store
Why sell hides to foreign manufacturers when they
are needed at home ? We pay higher prices than American anel other foreign manufacturers AND SPOT CASH.
Send us your next .shipment. HIGHEST CASH
PRICK WILL BE PAID AND CHEQUE SENT YOU
IMMEDIATELY UPON RECEIPT OF SHIPMENT
Absolutely no delay.
THE M. & E. COMPANY
210 Northwest Building
Vancouver, B. C.
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COURTENAY TAILOR 1
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY T.  ICUSHIDA
Store Between  Bridges
I Courtenay ',
(So*
s^^yi-s-ts-^svyw^^y^sys^^^^si^^^^) t*/***********
rinting!
!
Cannot be done any
better or any cheaper anywhere else in
B. C. than at the
Courtenay Review

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