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YOUR PRINTING
Can not be dost any latter, nnd
not quite so well anywhere else
hereabouts. Our type and maahin-
ery is compleU anil The Review
prion we ri��ht
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VOL. 6
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY FEB.    28 1918
ND. 13
Auction   Sale
at the Carwithen ranch, Lower Road, Sandwick
Geo, J. Hardy is Instructed by Mr. Reg,  Carwithen, who is giving up
(arming, to sell by auction on
Friday March 8, 1918
at 1.30 o'clock, prompt
The whole of his valuable milking cows, horses nud farm  implements,
etc., including 9 capital dairy cows, 1 heller,  3 horses,  6 tons potatoes
in sacks, seed wheat, seed oats, etc.
GEO. J. HARDY
i
AUCTIONEER
Telephone 10 COURTENAY
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,    MUFFLERS.    SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,    GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have a shipment of Ladies Shoes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and see our goods, you'll always find our prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
��.-~.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE  COURTENAY   JEWELRY   STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
0***j0*s*m****B*����m
Something New in Shoes
at the
Courtenay Shoe Store*
It will he to your advantage to see our new
sliipnient ol shoes iu Misses, Girls' aud Child's
We have them in
Vici Kid, Dongola and Box Calf
both Laced and Buttoned, These are the
F. J. Weston Shoes
Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded
We aim to please our customers
LOGGIE BROS.
Next Drag Store Phone 48
_^^^^S_?^^^^S__:*^^S
Local Lines
Mrs, Glazbrook aud Miss Doris
Glazbrook arrived home from Vancouver on Wednesday night.
Very few visitors from Headquarters noticeable in town these
days. The itnpassability of the
road is like>y the reason.
Rev. Tbos, Menzies and Wm.
Duncan are at Victoria this week
attending the animal meeting of
the Presbyterian church,
For Rent. 5 roomed cottage on
Alice St. Also la chestnut horse
for sale cheap.   Apply Ed. Creech
Lost- Ou Feb, 4. at the Courtenay Railway Station, a plain ring.
Will finder kindly return to {Colin
F. Jackson, care of Theed Pearse,
Mill St., Courtenay.
Advance styles in Spring Mil
linery are being shown at Miss
Smith's.
Lost ��� Between Comox and
Courtenay a boy's bine reefer with
brass button., pair of gloves in
pocket. Finder pleuse leave at
Mrs. Fletcher's, Comox, or the
Revi(!*7 office.
For Sale���Shetland pony, buggy
and harness. For particulars apply Mrs. M, H, Pieroy, Sandwick,
Phone 87 F.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., 16th Ave. aud
Main St. Vancouver, B. C Monuments, Headstones and Cemetery
Fences, tbe largest Monumental
works in the west.
$175 takes an 18' new runabout
motor boat 4 h. p. engine, all, in
good order. Apply at Review Of
Ice.
Lost���_a' launch hull with red
trimmings last seen at Dyke Sawmill boom on Saturday. Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden. phone
59.
For Sale���Williams Class A, Ar-
fist model, engraved B flat cornet,
quick chaiige; pearl lined pistons.
Plush lined case, with all extra
parts. Value $60, will sell for $35
Can be seen at Review Office.
Owners of property wishing to
sell might do well to send me full
particulars of same, price, amount
of acreage clearad, etc, F. R. F.
Biseoe, General P. 0., Victoria, B.
C.
For Sale���About 3 1-2 acres of
land in the City of Courtenay,
Terms easy. Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria. B. C.
For Sale���A quantity of titnber
on Hornby Island, close to water-
For particulars apply Box A. Review Office.
Ranch to  Rent���160  acres,  20
cleared, dwelling house and barn,
gauge, smalkorchard.  on Lower j
Road.   Apply at Review Office.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courteuay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford oarage.
Go to McBryde's for quality i
bread, I
Mr. Jos. idiens, of Roystonjwas
a visitor in town 011 Monday,
Mr . J, N, Brown of Vancouver,
is visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. j, Fitzgerald.
Mr. and Mis. Williams, of Vancouver arrived on Saturday on a
visit to their daughter, Mrs, D.
Kilpatrick.
The price of Ford cars has gone
up $1 jo. The new prices effective
immediately are; Touring $595,
Runabout $575, Chessis 535, all
F. 0, B. Ford, Ont.
Pte. W, S. Wood, of the 172nd
Batt, a brother of Clinton Wood,
who was wounded twice in battle
has been invalided home, and is ex*
pected to arrive on the coast shortly.
Messrs. J, F, Bledsoe and Frank
Higgius, of the Central Iron Committee will address a meeting ot
the citizens in the Maple Leaf
Theatre, on Thursday eveuii.g of
next week.
The Woman's Institute will hold
at Knitting Competitou tea at thc
home of Mrs. Eric Duncan on Tues,
day afternoon, March 19th. Admission 15c, Everybody invited
Proceeds for the Blue Cross.
The Cumberland Hospital Auxi-
liary are arranging to hold Iheir
annual concert and dance at the
Ilo Ilo Theatre on Wednesday
evening, March 6, Amongst the
attractions will be several numbers
by local Chinese and Japanese.
The death occurred on Saturday
moruing last of Sidney Joyce, a
well known young man of the dis.
trict, who lived with his parents on
the Matthewson ranch. The funeral will take place on Friday afternoon from the residence of his
parents to the Sandwick cemetery.
W.[cross and Fred Parkin caught
a full grown Seal in the Tsolum
River,at the bridge in Gurney,s
field. He was nearly five feet in
length, and was greatly admired
by a number of visitors. Bert
Grieve is now making lubricating
oil out of the blubber.
Maple Leaf Theatre
[Safety  First
Go-to
FRASER'S
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars
Confectionery   and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
Comox Creamery
Butter
65c per lb. this week
At the Maple Leaf Theatre on
Saturday, March 2nd, Frank Powell presents Marjorie Rambeau in
the famous drama, 'The Debt" in
five acts, and a very fnuny comedy
in two parts by Ben Turpin in the
"Studio Stampede," Next Wednesday, March 6, is the eight episode of "The Fatal Ring," "The
Switch in the safe." and a Gold
Rooster play in six parts featuring
Florence La Badie "The Woman
in white" from the famous inovel
by Wilkie Collins. Thejstory tells
of two arch villains who put one
girl into the insane asylum because
she Jkuew too much about their
machinations, and who planned to
bring about the death of another
whom oue had married to gain her
fortune, etc. Features of��the production are the beautiful pho'.o-
graphic sets and Jscenery. There
are scenes representing a storm at
night which are equal to any thing
of the kind ever seen on the screen
i ^_._,
I. O. D. E. Notes.
The election of officers for the
ensuing year took pla.e at the I 0
1 D E rooms this afterno' tl.
1    The ladies   have everything in
I readiness for the banquet tomorrow
I    Menu for next Friday evening.
Koat Chicken Headcheese
Roast Veal, Dressing, Tongue.
REMSHBS
Pickles. Chutney, Heets, Chow.
SALADS
Potato Salad Cold Slaw
Combination Salad Waldorf Salad
I WAR BREAD
' Potato. Oatmeal. Steamed Brown Bread,
Tea Biscuit.
, PIES
I Apple, Iveinon, Damson, Assorted lelhes
! Whipped Cream Trifle, Whipped Cream,
I CAKE
Cream. Su once, Jelly Tart
Cheese Tea Co,Iee
Oeo. J. Hardy will hold an important sale of dairy cattle, horses
implement*, etc. for Mr. Reg |Car-
withen, at the ranch, Lower Road
on Friday, next,
Premier Brewster was taken ill
with Pneumonia on the train en
route for home ou Saturday. He
was taken from the train at Clagary
to a hospital where he is uow resting
Both lungs are effected, At latest
reports he was somewhat better,
It pays to read tlie advertise,
intuits uf enterprising home iner.
chants. They are the people who
inftko it possible to have conveniences right at your door, so to
speak,
Bv the death of Mr, John Bruce
Manson, at Sandwick, Scotland,
recently, one of the most widely
kiiown and respected families iu
British Columbia loses it's head,
The late Mr. Manson, who was in
his 87th year, has beeu failing in
health for some time and the end
was not unexpected. All his four
sons are residents of this province
aud has also a brother living in N.i
naimo. Mr. William Mansou. His
sons are Mr. Laurence Manson, ot
Nanaimo, Mr. Michael Manson,
ef Vancouver, Mr, John Mansou,
Cortez Is. and Mr. William Manson of Mission,
Anglican Services
3rd Sunday iu Lent   March 3rd .
11 a, tn. Mattins aud Sermou at
St   Andrew's. Sandwick.
1 30 p. n, Evensong and Sermon at St. Marv's, oratitham.
3 p, m    Sunday  School  at  St
John's, Cou'teuay.
��7 p. m,  Evensong  and  Sermon
at Holy Trinity, Cumberland.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. m.
Courtenav
Sunday School and  Bible Clas
10:30 a. m.   Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
ROBERTSON'S
Drug Store
Talcum 35c
Powder 75c
Cream 7sc
Kodak
Supplies
  !        :
W.G.Robertson
Courtenay   -   B. C. THE    ttWTEW.    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
err
You Look As YOU FEEL
iuu jLivur. as ivu rfci-ii.
You know well enough when your liver is loafing.
rAWCTIU A TIAWT is the first warning; then you
begin to "feel mean all over."
Your akin aoon gets the hnd news. It
grows dull, yellow, muddy and un-
tightly.
Violent purgatives ��r�� not what you
need--just tin-gentle hrrlp of thin old-
time standard  remedy.
Smalt PUI, Small Dote, Small Price.
i uu -.now weu I'liuugf
CONSTIPATION
Poser lor the S.acker
<���< liuUi��
I' 'ars
��� iBOltUf*
/^d^c^^^t-f
ABSENCE
Wood
many colorless
?&?����%_ BARTER'S IRON PULLS
orless luces  but  ^^wlll greatly help moot pale-faced people. |
IL��� z-^se'^T~j:.ita*ve^g*eit3-!Tieaagtessamtnii
*-"_"***""*"*"*__"""*l*-i."-. !_______-* --rs
A Popular Act
The counlry will applaud llur government's course in iliis matter. A
country which has just cxprcssel by
its voli in a general election iis
sweeping recognition of llur need for
devoting tin highest possible degree
of national' energy tn thc war can
have only onc view erf government
action which diverts money nnd labor from tin; liquor Industry and turns
theni inlo healthful nnd productive
channels, 'llur prohibition thai will
help Canada in health, in morals, in
pocket, in ability to fight, is llur kind
that prohibits, 'lo forbid importation now and manufacture soon is
to replace talk hy action.���St. John
Telegraph,
WOMEN ARE NEEDED
TO HELP IN WAR
Women enn he usefully employed iu
nursing the wounded, iu making up the
soldiers' kits, aad a thousand other ways.
Many Canadian women are weak, pale
or anemic from -roman's Ills. For young
-���iiis just entorlng womanhood- for
women at tho orltioal time; nursing
mothers and overy woman who is "run
down," tired or over-worked���Doctor
I'iorco's Favorite rrr.4erif.ti0n ia a special, safo and certain help. It can now
bo had in tablet form, -irotunible at any
good drug store, or fend fir. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
BulTalo, N. T., 10 cents for trial pack-
ago.   Branch office, Bridgeburg, Out.
Bt.. Catharines, Ont..--" I have taken
Dr. Pierce's Fav-
orrlo Prescription
during expectancy
when I fell, especially lu need of a
tonic :md it liouc-
filed mo (-really. I
always take pleas
nro in recommending 'Prescription'
to young  mothors,
because I know it
will never  fail  to
help them?'���Mas. .1.  VL  Faw.kto, 8
Beach St.
Stratford, Ont.���"I do think Dr.
Pierce's Fuvorilo Prescription one of the
besl. medicines I have over known for tho
albnonts of women. I had for quite a
long lira- been -'I run-down, weak and
nervous. I docl / I, h ll nothing seemed
(0 give me relief until I began taking
'Favorite Prescription.' 'J Iks medicine
gave me sue) -- ��� ��� -vlJil relief that 1 urn
glad to rooomBiea* It to others."-���Mar,.
A. GODWltt. liu Brnnt 8t.
CommunaiCuok'ngisl r..e.i
New Plan Would Result in Saving of
Coal, Food and Labor
How long shall wc have lo wait
before communal coolclug becomes
con)tnon hi every class of society?
The need of somt system of catering
On these lines constitutes the fell
want of thc moment.
In residential neighborhoods in
every lown. in every village throughout lhe length anil breadth of the
land, there i- an opening for supply
kitchens worked on really practical
business lines, where well cooked
food of the plain and wholesome variety could be bought at reasonable
prtccs���all readv to serve, or merely
requiring lo be heated up.
Not onlj would such a system materially help lo solve the- .servant difficulty, but it would insure an enormous saving in coal, in labor, in time
and money���to say nothing of lessening the waste of food that is so
flagrant a scandal lu hundreds of
homes today, while at the same lime-
it would set free numbers of women
war workers.���From the London
Chronicle.
Gladys���.Tack is horrid! When wt
wire out tonight a little bug (lew
rlghl into my mouth and I asked
liim of whal that was a si-rn.
Clytli���What did be say it meant?
Gladys���That I should keep my
mouth shut.���St. Louis Republican,
'Would you call Mrs. Ciowitt a
good conversationalist?"
"Ye. and no. She makes yon
think of a lot of things to say, but
slu talks so Incessantly you don'l
get a chance to say them."���Boston
Transcript.
LISTLESS, PEEViSI GIRLS
When a girl in her tc( ns becomes
peevish, lislless and dull; when
nothing scem_ to interest ber and
dainties do 1101 tempt lier appetite,
you may be certain lhal she needs
more good blood llian her system is
provided with. Before long ber pallid cheeks, frequent headaches, and
breathtcssness and heart palpitation
will confirm that slur is anaemic.
Many mothers as llic result of their
own girlhood experience can promptly detect the early signs of anaemia,
and llie wise mother docs nol wait
for the trouble lo develop further,
but at once rj.r.s her dan hlcr a.
course with Dr. Williams' rink I'ills.
which renew llie blood supply and
banish anaemia before it has obtained a hold upon llie system.
Out of their own experience thousands of mothers know lhal anaemia
is the sure road to worse ills. They
know the difference lhat good red
blood makes iu llie development of
womanly health, Every It- da he,
every gasp For breath that lodows
the slightest exertion by the anaemic
girl, every paiu she sulTcrs in her
had* ami limb.-, arc reproaches if you
I have not lakeu llie best steps lo give
your weal; girl new blood, and tbe
only   sure   way   lo  do   so  i;   through
1 lhe'use of Ur. Williams' l'ink I'ills.
New, iii b. ml blood is in.used inlo ilu system by every dose of these
pill-. From this new.rich blood
springs good health, au increased ap-
peliie, new energy, high spirits and
prefect womanly development. Give
your daughter Dr. Wil'iams1 Pink
i'ills, and take them yourself and
note how promptly their influence ir-
fcll in better health,
You ran Kit these pills through
any dealer in medicine or by mail
post-paid .11 50 cents a box or six
In xi - tn- $-.50 from 'llu- Dr. William:-' Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Oni.
Spread Covering Body. Awful
Disfigurement, Itched and
Burned. Had to Scratch.
-1 .���������.
"My baby was troubled with cczettia
Which began on her face and spread al
ovcr her body. It was i:
1; rash and was very son
and Inflamed, causing aw
lul disfigurement, "lb
rash itched and burnt
making her scratch tcrr,
bly and she was cross.
"Then I used Cuiicur.
*V/\> Soap and Ointment. Bab;
was healed with dx cake
of Cuticura Soap and three boxes t
Cuticura Ointment." (Signed) Mr
Henry Richard, Murray Ilarlior, P, I'.
I., April 2, 1917.
You may rely on Culicura to care (u
your skin, scalp, hair and hands.
For Free Sample Each by Mall ad
dress post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. A
Boston, U. S. A."    Sold everywhere
Wcmyss is an Aristocrat
But Is Also  Said  to  Be  a Fighter
and Knows His Men
Speaking of thc new first lord of
thc admiralty, Sir Kossljn Wcmyss,
il may bc well to make it easy foi
him at thc outset hy explaining lhat
Ids last name is pronounced
"Wccnis." Wcmyss becomes much
less formidable v.lirn that fact i>
known. He has a distinct reputation
as it fighter of the first order
throughout the British navy. He
was born in 1864,
He took a foremost part in the
Jutland battle and acquitted himself
admirably, lie comes of one of lhc
old conservative families of England,
being a son of ihc late J. H. Ersklne
Wcmyss, of Wcmyss Castle, Fife. He
entered lhe navy in 1877, was made
a lieutenant in 1877, a commander in
18'.'8 and captain in 1901, He was
commander of the Royal Naval Barracks in 1911 and 191_, rear admiral
of the second battle squadron in
1912 and 1913 and was an extra
equerry to the king.
Vice-Admiral Wcmyss represents
the old aristocratic clement. As
second sea lord he was responsible
chiefly for thc appoinlmcnt of the
personnel of the navy, an hi was
undoubtedly taken as first assistant
to Admiral Jellicoe because of his
knowledge of men antl his reputation
as a fighter.
World Must Fight   the   Barbarians
for the Sake of Peace
An applicant for exemption from
military service, according to an esteemed contemporary, based his
claim ou the belief that only barbarians and Huns should light. The
belief is shared, no doubt, hy a good
many others, and il would be a pleasant relief for peacefully disposed
people if all ihe fighting could bc
restricted to the Huns and lhe barbarians, lint if ihc Huns and the
barbarians refuse to restrict thc
fighting lo themselves, what then?
Is the rest of the world to become
barbarian rather than lighl the b.tr-
barlans? Many of Ihose, pei haps
lhc great mass of theni, who are
fighting ihc Hun and the barbarian
loday have no love for fighting for
ils own sake, bul they love the
cause for which they are fighting,
and lhcy have no doubl as lo ihr
necessity lor fighting,���Woodstock
Sentinel-Review,
Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.
Ilokus���-"So he's ill llle diplomatic service, ch? Well, he h eminently filled for il."
Pokns���"How so?"
Ilokus���"Hc used lo be stage manager of an amateur dramatic club."���-
Life.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
With your work, with your business ?
Ih there promotion aiead ot you ?
Men of energy, with salesmanship ability      1
will find it to their advantage to write to-     a
THE EXCELSIOR LIFE INSURANCE CO., Toronto I
Boil It!
The beautiful aroma
of the finest cocoa beans is
brought out by boiling Cowan's
Perfection Cocoa from three to
four minutes.
LIFT YOUR CORNS
OFF WITH FINGERS
How  to  loosen  a tender corn
or callus so it lifts out
without pain
Lct folks step 011 your feet hereafter; wear shoes a size smaller il
you like, for corns will never again
send electric sparks of paiu through
you, according to this Cincinnati
authority,
He says that a few drops of a
drug called freezone, applied directly
upon a tender, aching corn, inslantl,
relieves soreness, and soon Ihc entire corn, root and all, lifts righl
out,
This drug dries at once and simply
shrivels up the corn or callus without  even irritating  the    surroundin.
tissue.
A small bottle of freezone obtain-J
at any drug store will cost very little
hut will positively remove, everv
hard or soft corn of calius from one's
feet.
If your druggist hasn't slocked
this new drug yet, tell him to get a
small bottle of freezone for you from
his  wholesale- drug house.
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How Modern Wars are Won
Enemy Defeated Through People
Becoming Demoralized
General von Llldendorfl, who is
recognized as the brains of thc German government and lhc most influential director oi its activities, enunciated an important truth in his remark the other da; on the special
arid distinctive nature- of modern war.
He said that it is a war not of armies
but of peoples; that there are no
decisive battles in the old sense, when
thc issue of a campaign might be determined by the result of a single
engagement, as when Napoleon
crushed ibe Prussians at Jena, or as
when he was himself crushed by the
coalition at Waterloo. Nowadays the
effect of battles is indirect, and an
enemy people- is defeated through becoming demoralized as lhc consequence of an unsuccessful and disastrous conflict. From this point of
view he insisted that the revolution
in Kussia must not bc regarded as a
mere piece of luck for the ' central
powers, but as the natural outcome
of military operations from which the
Russian people had seriously suffered.���Philadalphia  Enquirer,
Not a Man
Officer (to guard on bridge of
transport)-���"Scud that ��� man down
here."
Guard���"There ain't no man here,
sir."
Officer���"B.ut I _cc one."
Guard���"Hc ain't no man, sir, He's
a sergeant."
Worms iu children, if not attended  to,  cause  convulsions,  and   often
I dealh.    Mother  Graves'  Worm    Exterminator  will   protect   lhc  children
from these distressing afflictions,
Alfred Noyes, lhc English poet,
complained rather bitterly about certain adverse criticisms of his poetry.
"1- attribute these criticisms to ignorance," be said. "These critics arc
like thc chap who was asked by his
lillle son whal hexameters were.
"'Why,' then hc said, reproachfully, 'surely you're old enough, Willie,
lo know that a hexameter is a public automobile.' "���Philadelphia Bulletin.
D.pi."C
.I'lll'     Wl in ir.lt
SEASON
suggests a Milliard Table. Why
not buy one for
\ (lie young (oiks
-lie! yourself. Wc
hnve a loo that
will change into
i dining, library
or kitchen table.
Equipment free.
SAMUEL  MAY  ft  CO.
102   Adelaide   St. _W���   Toronto
The Soul of a Piano it the
Action.    Insist on the
Otto Fige! Piano Action
"That man ought to be arrested I
He threw a lump of coal at a call"
"Arc you going to tell the S. P.
CA.?"'
"No. I'm going lo lell the fuel
commissioner.���Washington  Star.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
"Flabby always boasted that when
he married he- wou'd never live with
his wife's people, and lhat is exactly
whal he is doing?"
"Not exactly; he isn't living with
them���he's living on Ihem."���Baltimore American.
A Power of Its Own.���Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil has a subtle power
ol its own that oilier oils cannot pretend to, though there arc many pretenders. All who have used il know
this and keep it by them as the most
valuable liniment available. Its uses
are innumerable, and for many years
it has been prized as thc leading liniment for man and beast.
Rheumatism Yields
Only rheumatic, sufferers
know the agony of its darting pains, aching joints or
twisting cords. But some
few have not known tha*
scorn
EMULSION
has been correcting this trouble
when other treatments have
utterly failed.
Scott's is essentially blood-food
in such rich, concentrated form
that its oil gets into the blood to
alleviate this stubborn
malady. Get a bottle of
Scott't Emulsion and
advise an ailing friend.
SceltftBowBe.Turonte.Oat        IMS
A New Gas at the Front
Australian Soldier Thought He Had
Discovered a New Device of
the Germans
The average Australian had never
seen snow before he came to this
part of thc globe, and hail no idea
how it fell or whal it was like. I
am going to relate an incident which
happened about thc time the Germans
wcrc pestering us with new gases.
You may not believe thc following,
but it's a fact:
It was at dead of night; everything was still, wonderfully still excepting for the repori of some gun
in thc distance. The landscape was
illuminated by the moon peeping
from a gap in the cloudy sky. It
was bitterly cold, and the boys were
j rubbing Iheir numb hands sniffling
through their frozen noses.
j "Cast gasl" shouted Private New-
hand.   "Fritz is puttin'   over   some
I new gas���look at it."
We nil slipped on our helmets, and
after the excitement was over we
discovered it wasn't gas at all���it had
only just started to snow.
i Relieve it or not, it actually happened.���Correspondent from the
Front.
ACure for Pimples
"You don't need mercui -y,potash
or any other strong mineral to
cure pimples caused by poor
blood. Take Extract of Roots���
druggist calls it "Mother Stifle 1's
Curative Syrup���and your skin
wiil clear up as f re ,h as a baby's.
It will s weeten your stomach and
regulate your bowels." Get the
genuine. 50c. and 51.00 Bottles.
At drug stores.
MCl-Mi-,)1 URLl _._(._
Send   a   Dominion   Bxpretjl   Monty   Order.
Tlrev are payable everywhere.
A Straight Tip
If Canada and the United Slates
sees fit, lhcy can earmark all grain
sent to Greal Britain so that not au
atom of il shall bc used for the production of liquor. Let Britons use
llieir home-grown grain for Ihc making of intoxicants if tlicy phase; let
llicm not so use ours. This question must be settled in a way that
will satisfy thc people of Canada before Canada, for imperial benefit,
wilt consent to the Introduction of
food  curds. Hamilton  Spectator.
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RECORDS OF CANADIAN VALOR
ON THE WESTERN BATTLE FRONT
EXPLOITS OF ARTILLERY HAVE  BEEN  SPLENDID
Correspondent Takes a Trip Through the Battle-Stricken Country
And Everywhere Finds Some Record or Bit of History in
Which Dominion Troops hnve Played Important Part
'"   o	
Everywhere one goes In ihis bat-
tle-ktrickcn country there SOOmS to
be some record of Canadian valor.
No village in thc north from Amiens
to the salient but recognized lhc
Canadian badge and greets it in
friendly spirit, For our men arc well
liked���and wilh reason, The cheery
reccpt'on which thing! Canadians receive everywhere is perhaps the most
Complete answer to that stupid story
���sciiiniu heard now���that ths   men
Bismarck's hook
Destruction Goes On
Historic  Padua Bombed   From
by the Austrian*)
I',i.lira,    which    has    suiferrd
bombardment   from Austria, is
npilal    cily    of    the    province
Aii
air
the
          of
Padua, Italy, ll is situated twenty-
two miles by rail wesl soiithwcsl
(inin Venice,     ll  Is claimed  to    be
..__  .lhe    oldest city in north Italy,   and
Of the Maple Leaf lack discipline. On I ils iiihahiLmls profess lo he lhc de-
" OT the Trojans.    I'adua, In
with   northeastern    11 nly.
the contrary, the Canadian corps
prides itself on ils discipline, and he
who criticizes today is not well informed.
"Give ine Mich men as lhc Canadians and 1 would i-o anywhere," was
thc statement of a German commander captured  al   rassachcnducle.    Thc
tribute was merited for lhc slory of
Canada in action is    nobly    written
throughout    thc    long    battle    area.
From Scottish Wood, Sl. J alien   and
the old places that mark the historic
record of ihc first desperate    Canadian engagement to    Passchendaclc,
nearly  three  years  of billet-  fighting
have marked the country with Ihc exploits of tiie Dominion.   Canada  rejoiced when the corps, smashing forward against BcllcvtlC farm and    the
Passchendaclc riclgc    swept    beyond
thc old fighting ground of April 22,
1915, and won back from the enemy
the only bit of Canadian ground he
had succeeded In holding. So did the
corps rejoice, particularly those  men
war-worn and old in    service,    who
studied old maps and went forward to
where some familiar spot marked   a
billet before German    gas left     our
left Hank in the air, and Canada with
its thin lines of almost untried troops
barred the wav to Calais, and    held
thc enemy in days and nights of bitter fighting,    ll was n sinking story
those veterans told    of    Ypres    and
Wicltje, Popcringhc and the    sail nl
as it  was  when  they  first  knew  it.
They told, too, of the great lighting
of our infantry���which yon    know���
and of lhc splendid exploits    of our
artillery���which you do    not    know.
For, strangely, little has been  written of thc gunners who fought their
guns for twenty-one days and    then
moved on to    Givenchy    for    more
lighting.   Some day that slory will be
told in  full, and you  will learn how
the artillery���their guns in    advance
of the  infantry���lost    over    50    per
cent, of their casualties from gunshot
wounds, but never lost a gun.     But
lhat is a story for the historian.
Now Ypres is a wreck beyond
words, while Wielljc is only a name,
not even the. vestige of a house remaining. An altogether sinister
place, lhc salient secerns brooding
ovcr ils dead���disconsolate. You
leave the wreck that was the Cloth
Hall for Wicltje and St. Jean, and
from there to Abraham Heights, and
so on to Bellevue Spur or ibe ridge
and thc wreck of what was Passchen-
daele is the vi- hie expression of lhe
spirit of the .and���rui-j^md desolation. You return���-lunching perhaps with a Canadian mess in what
seems lo be the deepest dugout in
the world. Yotl may have fish for
. dinner���fresh lish can .hi perhaps in
the pools that border lhe trench
walk. The air is very close. The
pumps must be kept going or you
will wade in wa'cr ovcr the boot
lops. Electric lighl brightens lhc
darkness.    Above, shells are falling.
It is a "blighty" spot, but your car
is waiting and you return to Ypres,
Fronl there a road goes out from the
Lille gate, ll leads lo historic light-
Ihg grounds. Here is Zlllcbckc lake
and here the bluff. Over there arc
Sanctuary Wood, Maple Copse, Observatory Ridge, The hill you are
on is Hill 60. Givenchy is not far
away. Away yon go again lo Beth-
uue, passing perhaps a spot which
Ihey will tell you was once lirst division headquarters, On past Bclhiinc
to ruined Arras, the road runs
smooth to Bapaume Bapaume is a
ruin. Fram Bapaume you run south
and cast towards Albert and the region that you arc in is that of Coilf-
cclctte and Moquet Farm, thc Sugar
Refinery, Regina trench. It is night
when you return to your    quarters.
common
suffered severely from the invasion
of the Huns under Atlila in the year
452. The cily al various earlier
periods came under the rule, of lhe
Lombards und the Franks. The
eily shook oil" llur Austrian yoke in
IK'Ki, when Venelia became part of
Ihe  United  Kingdom  of  Italy.
I'adua is especially famous for ils
literary associations. Among the objects of interest in lhe cily is Dante's
house, in front of which is an ancient
tomb said lo contain the ashes of
the Trojan Antenor, who is said to
have founded the city. Levy, thc Roman historian, and Mnntcgtia, thc
.real Italian artist, were born in thc
city, The famous printers���Giotto,
Donatillo and Fra Filippo Lippc���
did much of Iheir artistic work
there. Shakespeare makes reference
to thc cily ill several of his plays,
and the e;chc of one.'.of his comedies,
"The Taming oi the Shrew," is in
I'adua.
The city boasts some fine historical buildings, including a cathed al
and building dating from the twelfth
century. It possesses monuments to
the poets Petrarch and Dante, also
to Cavour and Garabaldi. The University of Padua is one of the oldest
and most famous in .Europe, To this
institulioti is attached the famous
Botanic Gardens of I'adua. which
were established under thc Venetian
Republic in thc sixteenth century.
Keep Down Price of Potatoes
Food Controller Warns Growers and
Dealers That Consumers Will
Be Protected
Higher prices for potatoes than
those now prevailing will not be permitted. The food controller is sending a letter to this effect to all wholesale handlers of potatoes stating that
any attempt to secure higher prices
will bc dealt wilh promptly. If retail dealers should attempt to charge
an unreasonable profit on potatoes
thc food conl roller is prepared to fix
the margin of profit and, if necessary,
lo fix maximum prices. In a statement, Mr. Hanna said:
"A recent survey of the situation
by lhis office indicates thai there is
slill a large supply of potatoes in thc
bauds oi growers and dealers to
meet a continuous and heavy demand
until the 1918 crop will bc available.
All handlers of potatoes should understand the situation clearly and realize that a special effort to keep lhc
public plentifully supplied at reasonable prices is necessary, iu order that i
uo part of the large crop of the past i
season bc wasted, Nothing can bc |
gained by withholding supplies trom |
the market, because, higher prices j
will noi be permitted and any attempt r
in that direction will bc dealt with I
at once by thc food controller. The j
trend of the market is now towards |
lower prices, notwithstanding thc I
recent severe weather which has I
made ilu- movement of potatoes dif-l
lieult. When spring opens it is anticipated that much of the surplus will
conn: on  the market,"
Refused a Crown
The most famous refusal of distinction last century wis undoubtedly the action of the then Lord
Stanley, alterwards Lord Derby,
who in 1802, refused the crown of
Greece, a decision which many Eng-
lishmcn have since, regretted, but
never so much as during thc last
three years. If there had been a
Stanley at Athens in 1915 thc history
of the Balkans would have been dif-
ircscnt
  ,   more in
favor of this country. Disraeli described the offer as "a dazzling adventure for the house of Stanley,"
adding "the Stanleys wcrc not an
imaginative    race,   and. they    would
An   Unpublished   Manuscript   That
Would Startle the World
Can It be possible that Great
Britain has in her hands a weapon
more powerful than sword, rifle,
grenade, or cannon which .she refuses to use against lhc enemy who
would chain all mankind as slaves to
lhc kaiser's military machine? There
is reason lo believe that Ibis question can be truthfully answered in
lhe affirmative) and the fact reopens
Certain very interesting pages of history hearing on lhc present war, says
the, Rochester Union and Advocate.
Tlie weapon in question consists of
thc manuscript of ihe third volume
of the memories of Bismarck, lhc
iron chancellor, to whom, more llian
lo any oilier man who ever lived, is
due ibe unification of Germany and
|the growth of her power uniil she
.tboughl it strong enough to master
the whole world. Everyone knows
lhal after Bismarck had for lif.- devoted his great talents to the services of Germany and the kaiser's
family, lhe hitler turned him out of
office in his old age, with every circumstance of Ignominy, and even
made threats of shameful punishment
in ease the ex-chancellor should publish facts iu his possession thai
would SCt his case in Ihe true light
before the world.
Bismarck was a master of ihe pen,
had a store of wit and humor, was
fami'iar wilh several languages, possessed a marvellous memory, and
had an unsurpassed knowledge of
public affairs in the world during
that important era in which he was
the most masterful statesman in Europe. His published nienioris, thc
record of his sayings and ; ctions during thc Franco-German war by
lUisch, to say nothing of what general history tells of his achievements,
suggest what an acl of lunacy it was
for thc kaiser to provoke the enmity
of such a,man. His dismissal hy thc
kaiser exasperated the veteran statesman to the utmost, and hc determined to take vengeance -by completing
his autobiography in which his relations with Kaiser Wilhelm II, arc
fully set forth.
Il is said to detail thc treatment of
his parents   hy tlu- kaiser    with    a
frankness that    shows the son in   a
most odious light. But more important than this liulilial conduct toward
both his parents are. thc   revelations
of Iiis intrigues againsl Austria   and
the house of Hapsburg,   which   arc
i said to he oi such a charctcr lhat if
I they  were  made    pub'ic,   thc kaiser
would   never   dan-    lo visit Vienna
'again.    It was   Bismarck's Intention i
lo publish the, volume in his lifetime,'
But knowledge of its contents reached the kaiser, and he threatened the
author wilh such dire    penalties    in
case of its publication (luring his life
lhat Bismarck, fearing its seizure by_
thc emperor, secretly sent thc manuscript to London, and it is now   in
the Bank of England.
When Bismarck died the kaiser
warned his sons, Herbert and William, not to publish the book, and
they were prudent enough to obey
the order. He also tried to get possession of the manuscript, but failed.
The bearing of the case on the
present war consists in thc fact that,
as thc kaiser is thc head and front of
the German offensive against the rest
of mankind, and as the Bismarck
book would beyond doubt do him irreparable damage all over lhc world,
including his own country and Austria, there arc many who urge that
thc English government should seize
the manuscript as enemy property
i and publish it as a war measure. Thc
i only reason why il has not been sciz-
i cd and published is said to be that
| such action would injure thc reputation for security now enjoyed by the
REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS OF
BRITISH NAVY IN THE WORLD WAR
NEVER HIGHER IN ESTIMATION OF FRIEND OR FOE
Doing Its Work Quietly and Unobserved, the Navy lias Maintained
Absolute Control of Seas Since Commencement of Hostilities
And has Made Possible the Success nf tbe Allies
Recent cvenls connected with the
British navy give special point to a
booklet just issued iu England entitled "The Achievement oi' the British Navy and World-War," written
by John Leyland. It consists of just
under 100 pages, hut with ils attractive account of work, its interesting
illustrations and two dear ma| s, it
deserves to bc read and circulated
far and wide, especially because
there are many in Camilla and elsewhere who arc only loo apt to wonder what the British navy has really
been doing during . lln- lasl Ihree
years.
When King George returned from
a visil paid to tbe grand fleet list
June he 'senl a message to Admiral
Sir David Beatly in which he said
that "never had llu- Hriiish navy
stood higher in ihe estimation of
friend or foe." llis Majesty, of
course   referred Jo. people who und- j -;mse' for* whicb thc alii
ersland, though it is pretty certainly1- ���   .���--.   ���>   .....
that thc work of the navv has
from Algeria and Tunis. Nearly 100-
000 men, with guns, horses, mules,
stores, ammunition, hospitals, tent
equipment and all thc requirements
for field service had to join the
main army in France. Failure would
have meant disaster, but lhc whole
of the transport work was managed
without the loss of a man or a horse,
and was a wonderful success.--Toronlo Glob'-,
true thai the work ol tne navy
never been proper'y appreciated by
many of Ihosc who have- benefited
by it most. It docs its work unobserved, and the records of its heroic
services pass unobserved by the. multitude. On the first day of hostili.ics
the Britisii navy laid hold upon the
road that would lead lo victory, and
the moment when llie first fleet, as
it was then called, slipped away
from its anchorage, al Portland on
the morning of Wednesday, July
29, 1914, will yet bc regarded as one
of thc decisive moments, of history.
At that, time thc public, knew litttlc
or nothing of what was in progress,
and even now imagination fails to
grasp the magnitude of what was
achieved. Popular confidence seemed for a time to be disturbed by a
record of successive alarming Incidents, and people wen- asking:
"What is the Heel doing?" hut the
hidden truth was not comprehended,
The initiative had been seized, and
all real initiative was thenceforward
denied lo the enemy. "Time is ev-1
erythmr:;," said Nelson; "five minutes
I makes a difference between a victory and a defeat."
Ot all lhc theatres of the. war the
North Sea is the most important, for
it is closed against the Germans, and
this great blockade constitutes the
main reason for her protest. She
rebels againsl Hriiish sea supremacy
and therefore claims "freedom of the
seas," though her action is an endeavor to qualify to be thc tyrant of
them. The magnificence of the work
of thc Britisii patrols must be recognized, and while the Germans may
enjoy a certain opportunity of undertaking raid operations without much
difficulty, no real or permanent advantage is gained by such proceedings. Day and night, in every weather, our patrols arc at work, and the
records of heroism at sea in these
services havc never been surpassed.
Mercantile marine trawlers, destroyer flotillas, patrol boats, and air services havc combined lo exercise an
activity which has never been relaxed, and they havc been engaged in
countless combats. It is sometimes
wondered why thc grand fleet docs
not take aggressive action, but naval
history    shows   that to attack coast
Judging Peace Proposals
Certain Eternal Truths at the Foun.
dntion of the Cause for Which
We Are Fighting
Eventually lhc German people may
hi: brought lo see that peace is not
to bc a mailer of official giving and
taking, but that certain eternal
truths are at the foundation of the
__^_^_^_ are light
ing, and (hat these truths must be
recognized. Peace proposals can no
longer be considered simply as
peace proposals. They must b��
judged lirst by the character of lhe
government that makes them, and
because Germany is slill in control
of men who have violated lhe faith
of the nations and defiled the honor
of the German nation and outraged
the laws of God and man, the German terms are generally regarded at
another political manoeuvre unsupported by sincerity or integrity. No
free people dares to entrust its future to negotiations with the kind of
government that rules Germany, and
until the German people understand
lhat, there is no prospect, of peace.���
New York  World.
Working for Militarism
Us
Bank of England.   When"o'ne reflects | defences is not the proper  or even
on how little concern an agreement
when you return to vour quarters. IV1 '"., ,',"""*1""' "���"l-."*" *--
Next morning you visit Hill 70 and I ,m:n.t''' wn"���-���,*' .*���"'���. ���"- P
Vimy Ridge and look down upon' Jo��Won would hc infinitely nn
Lens from some observation post \n'hmr "' -hl" *">��"*"���*������ Disrae
thc present lighting line.
The land you have seen is thc land
of empire���of Britain and Australia,
New Zealand, South Africa and Can- ..��..�����.-    -��� a ���-.
ada.   Bul morc particularly you havc IP"/"  Knovslcy    to the  Parthenon
 - --      ���    --..��    .i.-i and Lancashire to the Atlic Plains.
visited the land of Canada and thc
places you have seen arc Canadian.
Canadian graves in battle cemetCilcs
or scattered by the way have told
you something of thc heroic battle
story of thc Dominion.���Staff Correspondent of the Canadian Press.
Stranger (at the front, gate)-���Do
Jrou think your mother could lct me
lave some eggs?
Small   Boy ���No,   ma'am.      Our
chickens tiavc all gone dry.
W.    N.    U.    1194
nd Lancashire to the Atlic Plains.'
Chief Causes of Impurity in Milk
Prof. Breed of Geneva (N.Y.) Experiment Station says the old idea
that dust and dirt arc big factors in
introducing bacteria into milk is disproved, and by a series of experiments it has becn found that their
importance is negligible. The greatest factor for introducing bacteria
are, hc says, unsanitary milk cans
and equipment, improperly -cleaned
milking machines, garget in .he cow
and failure to cool thc milk to proper temperature,
on a "scrap of paper," given under
the most solemn circumstances, has
for thc kaiser and his hordes, it tries
one's patience to havc our British
ally balancing the reputation of a
bank against the cause of the world's
democracy. Why take any risk with
an enemy in whom no faith can be
placed? The. world has a righl lo
know all that can be known about
the greatest enemy thc Jiunian race
has produced in recent years.
Publish Bismarck's book and discuss the propriety of thc act at The
Hague.
304 Eggs in a Year
In the sixth    national    egg-laying
contest in    Missouri a   White Rock
hen laid 304 eggs iu the year.
In thc seventh annual contest,
which began on November 1, 300
pullets laid 2,200 eggs, which so'd
for $81,40. They consumed 2,223
pounds of feed, which cost $64.90,
thus profiting above thc cost of their
feed during thc lowest producing
months of the year and eating high-
priced food. Thc war-time feeding
ration contained no wheat and was
composed as follows: Dry mash, 20
pounds shorts, 20 bran, 20 oats, 20
cornmeal, 26 beef scrap. To go
with this mash 200 pounds of grain
were given.
"How is it ye've never married,
Norah?"
"O'long wid ye, Mike I Shure the
man I'd marry ain't been born yet,
an' his mother's dead."���Boston
Transcript.
mar-
"How long have you been
rled?"
"Long enough to get used to criticism either driving a car or carving
a roast."~-Detroit Free Pr��6s,
the permissible work    oi    warships.
and  this is  still less  possible    now
than it was in  the old days   before
submarines and mines were known.
The German fleet    having    failed,
the submarine campaign was instituted, but it has never answered    the
expectations of its authors,    ll   has
not changed the strategic situation In
the leasl; great damage has been inflicted, ami officers and    men     have
been cast adrift in  situations of terrible hardship.   But, notwithstanding
ill thc. loss, a number of cxtraodi-
narily  ingenious  methods  have  been
successfully employed and arc keeping down the number of submarines
wliicli  would otherwise bc    engaged
In their deadly work.     The    actual
methods used cannot bc    explained,
When an    American    correspondent
visited    thc    fleet,    he    asked    how
thc thing was done, and thc officers
said: "Sometimes by ramming; sometimes by gunfire; sometimes by explosives, and iii many    other   ways
which wc do not tell,"   . Whatever
element of uncertainty exists as   to
the further work of the submarines,
there is no doubt in regard to thc
conclusion that thc   submarine   will
never bring Britain or her allies   to
the verge of famine,    or   anywhere
near it.   Scarcity of food is not due
so much to the submarines as to the
great demand on thc world supplies
and to the enormous volume of shipping absorbed by naval and military
requirements.
One of the most fascinating chapters In this booklet deals with the
situation in the Mediterranean, where
sea-power is of such momentous importance to the allies. The French
battleship  squadrons   wcrc   conccn-
Militarism Coming for    All    of
Unless Germany Is  Beaten
Ex-President Taft stated thc ease
exactly when he told a Boston aud'-
encc that "it the United States did
not win the war the only alterna i
would bc to make militarism the
dominating policy of the government." Not only must Germany be
prevented from winning lhe war, but
wc must win ii. A drawn battle, a
return to thc status quo ante, will an
surely impose militarism on tii.
United States as will a German victory. Every so-called pacifist who is
working to bring about an inconclusive peace is working tooth and nail
for militarism iu this country, militarism of which this generation and
the next would see no end.
Not even the pacifists deny any
longer the sinister ambitions of Germany. There is uo longer any debate
about what she would do if she could.
Suppose all lhc nations were to do a*
Germany would like to have them,
call lhe fight off on the basis of "no
annexations and no indemnities.''
Germany's ambitions wou'd remain
the same; she would merely havc
been thwarted in this first attempt to
realize ihem, thwarted by certain
miscalculations she made and ��Inch
she would not make again. Every
nation in the world would begin immediately to prepare for Germany's
next attempt to realize them, this
country above all. Wc should havo
to install militarism On a German
scale, and keep ii standing through
whatever years of peace Germany
might allow us, ready to defend ourselves at any instant.
War taxation hi time oi war is not
agreeable, bin is borne because il is
necessary. How wou'd permanent
war taxation in time oi peace bc enjoyed? 'lhis country docs not want
to become militarist It wants to lay
down the sword as soon as its unwelcome but necessary task is done.
Who an- thev who would thwart this
desire and force militarism on her
forever, make the sword cleave to
lier hand? The pacifists, and those
who would have us shake hands wl'h
an unbeaten, unrepentant, and stilt
lusting Germany.���From ihc London
Times,
Getting Back
Jilkins sat behind a girl with a
tremendous hat on. He leaped this
way and that way and peeped underneath and over thc top till he
was tired, and then, taking his life
in his hands, so to speak, he asked
the damsel if she'd ei her take her
hat off or sit still. "1 want to look
as well as you do," he finished. Thc
girl glanced at him ovcr her shoulder and smiled a smile. "Oh, you dor"
she said slowly. "Well, in that case
you'd better go home and change
your face."���Life.
you
that
"Lend mc   $10   until    I sec
not put  it  just
again.
"I'd rather
way.
What do you mean?"
battleship  squadrons    ��...    ........       "Suppose I lend you $10 -until 1 see
trated in the Mediterranean before y0U again, ln these circumstances
the war, and the Germans intended nly vision is apt to be much keener
to raid thc French transports at sea than yours," ��� Birmingtiam Age-
while troops   were   being   brought Herald. t- ���.
THI COURTENAY REVIEW
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THURSDAY I'HH. 28,    1918
Notes and Comments
A new Canadian Labor party
was formed at Toronto last week,
to be composed of Labor men and
also these men and women who
champion the cause of labor.
At the Victoria meeting of the
Iron Committee for the establishment of a stt-.Miidustry iu li. C.
re-toltttioiis callin-; for co-operation
between Ihe Dominion anil Provincial government were passed. The
following delegates from the Island
were appointed to go to Ottawa to
interview the government in the
action: H. S- Fleming, ist vice
president of the Canadian Collieries Co., Mr. Bledsoe, of Alberni,
Mr, Ncilds, of Victoria, and Solicitor Frank Higgiiis of Victoria.
The results of the Canadian and
Overseas Soldiers vote has l��en received, and as expected, it has gone
overwhelmingly in favor of Union
Government. The Government's
majority in the House has beeu in
creased by fifteen. B. C. has a solid thriteeu, and there are only 3
Liberal members in the whole of
the west. Over one hundred Liberal candidates have lost their deposits There were 101,250 votes
cast. Of tbese the Government
candidates received 88,175. all others, 6,744, while 6,33* were rejected, showing that 92.80 percent
of lhe soldiers voted for Union go
vernment, This shows that the
Canadians want the Conscription
Act enforced. In Comox-Alberni
the result now stands; Clements,
Civilian vote, 2,679, North American 122, Overseas; 492, total, 3.293
Mclnnes, Civilian, 2,094, North
American 20, Overseas 22, total
1,146. Clements majority, 1097.
Skeena. Peck, Government, Civilian,  1,519,   North American 95,
Continental 886, Total 2,500. Stork
Opposition, Civilian 2043, North
American 15, Continental 38, Total, 2096. Government gain. In
Nanaimo Mr, Mcintosh's vote has
been increased to 8,462. aud Stewart's to 1959.
The Back Yard      \
The back yard garden next
summer will be 110 joke. When
potatoes, onions, cabbage, etc. are
selling al prices five times above
the ordinary figures, it is time for
the consumer to do something for
himself. Conditions like those
prevailing at present teem bound
to continue while the war lasts.
Many of our food products are
being deposited at the bottom of
the ocean by the liermau submnr
Ines, It is time for the man who
his money enough to buy a hoe
and energy enough to weild it to
get busy iu the hack yard. It is
commonly complained that after
one has paid the expenses of a
back yard garden there is 11b profit
left. That may be true when tlie
householder hires all the heavy
work done. Also he would better
ask a little advice of experienced
gardeners at the various stages of
the game. But the earth is fruitful. If properly encouraged with
good seed and patient care, quite
a dent can be made in the high
cost of living
Land Registry Act
(Section 24.)
IN THE MATTKR OF Fractional
Section 2, Fractional East 1-2 and North
West 1-4 of Section 3, and Fractional
Section 1(1, Township 4, and Fractional North West 1-4 ol Section 35. Township 7; Comox District, Maps 522 C and
522 F.
Proof having been filed of the loss of
Certificate of Title No. 2084 F, issued to
August Kopnzyiiski and Enoch E. Crosby, on the 3rd day of November 1912, I
hereby give notice of my intention at
the expiration of one calendar month
from the first publication hereof to issue a fresh Certificate of Title in lieu
theteof.
DATED at the I.and Registry Office,
Victoria, B. C, tllis 29th day of January
1918.
J. C. GWYN,
Registrar General of Titles
S. ODA
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
New
Spring Goods
Now Being Shown.
1
Dress Goods
Zephyrs, Ginghams, Prints,
Flannelettes, Cretons, Lawns
and Nainsooks, Art Muslins
and Art Draperies, Advance
Styles in Ladies and Misses
Ready-to-wear Goods.
Ladies Palm Beach wash suits
Pique, Crash and Linen Wash
Skirts
Middy Waists, House Dresses
Childrens Dresses and
Pinafores
A complete range of Ladies
0-   Whitewear in all lines
Men's 'department
Our Men's Dept. is now complete with Newest Spring
and Summer Styles in Men's
W.G.&R. Shirts, Men's and
Boys' Caps, Newest Styles in
Men's Soft and Hard Felt
Hats.
CUMBERLAND
HEADQUARTERS FOR]
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Cardan** Builder
COURTENAY
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
AU Goods Most bc Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, 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 Courtenay at 16.10.
Comox  Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonab'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -   COMOX
Phone R'60
D. B. NICKERSON
*,. Aft-t C<_-1��_r,   ,     .
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
\::) i 1  ts Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach & Field
PIANO & ORGAN
Twn'ig and Repairing
W, J. GOARD
Here about Oct 1
I .eave order* at Review office
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Important Notice re Seeds
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We are facing a critical situation
Good seed is scarce
Never before has there been such a shortage
Prices are higher even now- and bound to be hieher
Rush your orders now for
Timothy, Clover, Field, Root,
Seed Grain, Etc.
Seed Corn
Just a word about Seed Corn
There's a very great scarcity also in Seed Corn, but we
were fortunate iu securing a supply of Washington
grown " Golden Nugget" Seed Corn specially developed
for use in the Pacific Northwest, It should make an
excellent Silage Corn
Royal Standard Gain Products Agency
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COURTENAY TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA
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Store Between Bridges
Coin-tenay
rt***tttmms��^*��r^i^0S\/Sm0i^*i^0t^iai^i^^s^t
*J$
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
No. i Clover Hay    $26.00
Agricultural Lime 60c per cwt.
Building Lime $1.60 per bbl.
Corn Chop at $2.35 and Oat Peed at f 1.40 per sack are tbe
cheapest dairy feed on the market.
BRAN and SHORTS at Pood Controllers prices,
We have a few sacks of Purity, Gold Seal,. aud B.  and
K. Bread Flours on hand.   When we have disposed of these
there will be no choice in fl*>ur- all will be the 'new Government Standard Grade.
We Deliver
Phone  66
Would You Miss Your
Telephone ?
Do you fully realize what continuous telephone service is ? Despite
the weather, accidents, or anything that may cause interruptions, it is
seldom your telephone fails to respond to your need, That your service is continuous is the result of much work behind the scenes, effort
that you never see and seldom hear about. Nothing can take the place
ol the telephone, and it is so much a part of everyday life that it would
never do not to have it ready at all times. Think what it would mean
if there were no telephone service !
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Still There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
Nest to Hardy & Biseoe
Pine Showing of Horse Blankets, lass
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
r
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Ct-tnletiay TBI COUBTENAY REVIEW
3/
FINANCIAL STATEMENT
of the City of Courtenay
for the year ending
Dec. 31,1917
RECEIPTS
Cash on hand Jan, ist.
Bank balance, Tan, ist.
General Taxes	
School Tax is	
Road Taxes         	
Dog Taxes.	
Pound Fees	
Trade Licenses	
Liquor Licenses    	
Police Court fines aud costs.
Government School grants
$3749.66
i5��9-93
... 114,00
79.00
... 39.SO
��� ���' 548.50
,. 500,00
147.00
���    175500
$1164.17
368.82
5��59 59
Weed Cutting etc	
Temporary Bank Loa.is.
3183.00
21.25
11500.00
Total $21496.83
EXPENDITURES
Repayment of Loans and Interest   ...
Expense Account
Auditing and Legal    14900
Election     3700
Assessment     120.00
Advertising and Printing    46901
.Stationery, Postage. Telegrams, Phone 176.98
Dog Tag, and Pound expenses     42.20
Sundry Expenses     12.04
Grant to Agiicultural Society     100.00
Daughters of the Empire     16.20
Salaries
Municioal Clern.       	
Travelling Expenses...
Fire  Department
Maintenance        35.15
Rent       12.60
12615 ->*
996.23
116.20
720.00
35.90
47, ��5
Police Department
Maintenance      23.40
Salaries, City and Special Constables  629,25
Gaol Maintenance    24.30
Witness and Coroner's fees       22.00
Salary of Police Magistrate ������ ��������� 450.00
Insurance (.Workmen's Compensation   12.00
Health Department
Salaries              ... ,..,   50.0*
Scavenging..   .   ...   26.00
Hospital Account...       1     12.00
Public Works Department
Street gravelling, grading, scraping   296.10
Rerairs to Sidewalks  ...   34.50
Lighting Expenses       384.40
Equipment            17 40
Draining               ���������     62.11
Surveys and Engineers' Expenses..   116.50
Street Clearing, etc.      39.00
1161.55
88.00
Have you tried
"Nabob Coffee"
in   sealed  tins
50c per lb.
NABOB stands for Quali'y.    We specialize
on that brand
T. Booth & Sons
Telephone No. 1.
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
I Tha Bestjaud cheapest bread in the district
M Loaves (or $1, 7 for SO cts, 4 for 30cU, 2 for Wets
We Invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement
McBRYDE
_
The baker of Better Bread
Opposite the dl* hall
Maintenance of bridges,   culvert.*,
Mill Street fill, etc  268.58
Snow shovelling and Weed Cutting 71.50
Workmen's Compensatioi Insurange 7.5��     1297.59
Municipal Hall
Furniture          28,50
Heating and Lighting    "      ...    5535
Janitor, Supplies, etc     121 27       205.12
Schools
Salaries of Teachers         288500
Other salaries...                     ... 35550
Repairs...   /       ...            170.85
Rent       ...         122.co
Supplies         2383
Fuel                 28.75
Equipment                          29.26
Grounds and Gardens  6.40
Sundry Expenses  22.32       36439'
Expenses in connection with proposed taking over of Electric Light System 33 5��
Share ot expense in purchase of flag and
erection of flagstaff  38-00
Cash on hand    832 34
Bank Cre lit Balance (School Account)   20.69
84303
Less Bank Debit balance 'general Ac.) 354-97      498 .<-���>
$21,496.83
Certified Correct.
R, G. STARK, W. A. W. HAMES,
Auditor. City Clerk.
ASSETS
Cash on hand  ,....   $832.34
Bank credit balance Ceueral Account ....   244.11
Bank credit balance School Account      20.69 1097.14
Tax Arrears
Arrears nf Municipal Taxes to Dec. 31, 1916 3149.88
Arrears of Municipal Taxes for the year
ending December 31st. 1917  2482.49
Interest on arrears  .. 346.64
Arrears of Government School Grant.... 423.75
Arrears of Government School Tax  251.50
Arrears of School Tax on outlying district 1428.10          8082.36
Arrears of Trade Licenses    304.50
Less written off    157.50 147-00
Unpaid balance of government advance towards school repairs grant  78.00
Unexpired Insurance  26.30
Municipal Hall building      478.95
Less depreceation at 5 per cent        23.95 455.00
Real Estate, Buildings, and Furniture
Municipal Hall Furniture      335.77
Less depreceation at 10 per cent         33.57 302.20
Public School site    1500.00
Add pincha-*      300.00 1800.00
Public School Buildings  2500.00
Public School furniture      568.26
Less depreceation at 10 per cent      56.82 511,44
Weigh Scales  219.05
Fire Department Equipment  417.90
Police Department Equipment      10.00
Road Making, Machinery, and equipment 42.40
Plank Sidewalks  250.00 939.35
~~        15938.79
LIABILITIES
Out standing Cheques  599.08
Unpaid Bank Loans  1500.00
Unpaid Warrants  765.00
Accounts payable  2504.54 5368.62
Surplus...;     "      ~        205.7.?:.17.
15938.79
CertiBed Correct. ..__
R. G. STARK, W. A. W. HAMES.
Auditor. City Clerk.
Save Beef, Save Money
Save Coal.
The following kUtisfics should be interesting to all who are Interested
in the conservation of either beef, coal or money
BEEF
Weight of Joint
when cooked
4 pouu.ls
6 pounds
8 pounds
10 pounds
12 pounds
Weight to be ordered from Butcher
when cooking is done by
Electricity
4 pounds 8 oz
6 pouuda 13 or.
9 pounds 2 oz
11 pounds 6 oz
13 pounds 10 oz
Coal or wood
5 pounds 11 oz
8 pouuda   9 oz
11 pound.*   7 oz
14 pounds  5 oz
17 pounds   2 oz
The above figures are giver, in the Standard Handbook
for Electrical Engineers and are the results of actual experiments,
With beef at 30c a pound you will pay fl 72 for a 5 lb 11
oz roast or $1-35 for a 4 lb 8 oz roast,
Thus if you cook the meat in an electric oven you will
sitve for yourself 37 cents add for your countty 1 ponnd 3 oz
of beef. .
Think of it. 20 per cent of our meat supply wasted in
coal stoves.   Thisf means that vou will get equal to a
Discount of 20 p.c.on Your Meat Bill
if you cook by electricity, and you will be saving beef money
and coal for the boys at the front.
THINK IT OVER
The Courtenay Electric Light
Heet & Power Company limited
Letter to the Editor
Editor Courtenay Review
Dear Sir��� Pardon mc if I trespass on your valuable time, however, the cleaning out of the dugs
in Happy Valley foi ins my excuse
for taking this liberty, Dog poisoning around here has been epidemic of late and the "hello girls"
are all kept busy switching tin
numbers for Ihe owners o( departed canines, Now, Mr. Editor, as
I am the only bad man in Minto
the linger pf scorn naturally points
in my direction in fact one ot our
brethren has gone so f_r as lo say
I ought to dangle ul the end ot a
rojie. Poor, fellow, I am in sympathy with lum, however, I hope
to be around Happ) Valley when
his mouth is full of a different
kind of dirt, and for Iiis information I will s;iy Unit I .111 only sorry
f canno' cliiini llie credit for ridding
the Valley of some of lhe useless
curs, there are a few more left, and
f this secret service man will only
continue a little longrr probably
the dog raisers will become hog
raisets, they will be doing their bit
to help feed chinamen or win the
war.
I am, yours respectfully,
N, Harvtv,
Minto's only bad man.
On January the 8th tlio Food
.ontroller declared that Iiis pri- .
inary duty was not price-fixing J>F
foods for consumption in Canada
but that of taking every possible
means to relieve llio desperate
food shortage in Europe, tJp'��tt
the success of his effort in Canada
and a similar effoit in the United
States the result of the war itself
might yet depend, ''That duly
must be done irrespective of what
it costs us, and it must be il.un..
even if some other duties have to
be disregarded. From the first I
have been preaching 'save wheat,
save beef, save bacon' and I am
still preaching that doctrine, Use
substitutes even although they
cost mure. We owe it to the men
at the front and the people across
tho water."
By saving 20 per cent of tin*
normal consumption of wheat,
Canada and the United States
were expected to send 220.000.00f)
bushels of wheat to Europe out of
the 1917 coop. This would nor.
save Europa from hunger, but it
would save the people from star-
vation, said Mr. Hanna,
Greater production would have
to he undertaken in llllS. Increased productio i of hogs was
already under way. In WIS, it
would be necessary to raise _50,-
000,000 bushels more wheat in
Canada.
You ask what the food control
ler lias done, said Mr. Hanna in
conclusion. "I have told you some
of the things he has done. Now
I think it is a fair question for
each one of you to ask yourself.
' What have I done, what am I
doing to alleviate the desperate
situation confronting us in Europe.' "
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cusinc Bxcelleo
Wm. Merryfield
ProDriator
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Gravel
Rates Reasonable
Do You
READ?
The Courtenav Review
Family Herald and Weekly Star
and the Daily Province
for one year
for $6 TEE    REVIEW,    COURTNEY,    B.    0.
SHEW "PAY ROLL" TOBACCO
A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE? FINEST QUALITY
10 CENTS PER PLUG
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HAROLD B1NDL0SS
WARD. LOCK *. CO.. LIMITED
I mi.!..i.. V.cIImmm, thi I .Ifuilo
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tContini . 1.1
"Tli.re was Duly. They were
friends, in a way, and I wouldn't
trust llic fellow. Slill, I don't know I
how fur Iiis influence went, and imagine Fred hadn't much to do with
him for some months,   Besides, Daly
wasn't at the Crossing when "
Hulton said nothing fcr the    next i
few    moments    and    Foster   mused. [
Fred Hulton had been very likeable,
in spite of certain ���.weaknesses,   and
lie  thought  it  cost  his  father  some-,
thing to talk about him as he did.
Hulton,    however,    seldom    showed i
what  he  felt  and  would, no    doubl,
take thc line lie thought best with a j
stoic disregard ol the P.aih it niighl I
cause.    He rested his elbow on    the [
table, as  if  he  were  tired, .and . sal.
very quiet with his chin on his hand,
until he asked Featherstone;
"Why did you lend Fred the'money
lie sent thc uirl?"
"For one tbinir, because he was unfriend," Featherstone answered with
a flush. "Then I knew into what
straits lhc need of money can drive
a young man. J got into trouble myself some years ago."
Hullon nodded. "Thank yon. You
helped him out. You have no ground
to think hc was embarrassed by the
need of money on thc nigl.t he d.ed?"
"1 fed sure he. was not. He kept
mc some lime talking cheerfully
about a hunting trip we meant to
make."
"Well," said Hullon quietly, "you're going to be surprised now. 1 did
not give my evidence as frankly as
yon claim to have done, bill kept
something back. Mr. Pcrcival was
away for two or three weeks, and
Fred was thc only person beside myself who knew thc combination lhat
opens thc big safe. On the morning
afler wc found him'dead I examined
the safe. A number of bonds and a
wad of small bills for wages had
gone. It was signlficcnt that 1'eiVi-
val was due back next day."
Featherstone started, but his face
was hot wilh scornful anger.
"That had no significance I I'd as
soon suspect ni; ,elf or my partner of
Stealing bonds, but the safe's being
open throws a new light upon the
Ihing. Somebody youjiaum't thought
of yel knew or found out tlie combination."
''Thin, in fac_ of whal you havc
heard, you do not believe my son
fired the shot that look his lifer"
"No, sir," said Featherstone, with
"[lliet earnestness. "1 never thought
It, -.Mil 'i is impossible to believe it
now."
"My partner's opinion's mine,"
Foster broke in.
Hulton looked from one to lhe other and a curious steely glitter came.
Into his eyes. It hinted at a pitiless,
Unchangeable purpose, and bracing
himself with an effort he clenched
his fist.
"Nor do I believe it! If necessary
I'll let my business and factory go
and spend Ihc last dollar I've got lo
find the man who killed my boy."
Next moment he sank limply back
in his chair, as if lhc strain and vindictive emotion, reacting on his physical weakness', had overcome him,
and there was silence until he recovered. Foster felt it something of
a relief that the man's icy sclf-con-
tr.il had broken down.
"Very well," Hulton resumed in a
shaky voice. "I brought you here because you knew my son and 1 wanted your support. Hlcn I meant to
convince Percival, whose help 1 may
need to clear the boy's good name.
We'll let that go and ivy to bc praclieai."
"Were the bonds negotiable?" Foster asked, "Could llicy bc easily
sold?"
Percival, who was about fitly years
of age and had a reserved manner,
answered; "Some were bearer bonds,
and if the thief acted quickly, would
be as good as cash Mosl, how-
tver, wcrc registered stock, and it is
probable that be would be afraid 10
���sell them in Canada or America."
"What about Europe?"
said
Fred
thc
.villi
"That is where thc danger lies. If
h��- had clever confederates, a large
part of lhe value of the bonds could
be borrowed from a bank, fir they
might be sold io unsuspecting buyers
on a French or German bourse."
"lint this would depend on lhe publicity you gave their theft."
"Exactly, Percival agreed with
some dryness. "I have been trying
to   make   .Mr.   Hullon   recognize   it."
lluli.in's tense look softened and
he smiled. "I'crcival seems to have
forgotten that I am a business man.
At the inquiry 1 shirked my duty
by keeping something back, ami now
he expects 'lie to brand my son's
good name. The money must go. hi
a sense, il is a trifling loss."
"Al   last,  you  put   uu-  wis.,"
I'crcival.    "i'.ul   I.,  prove  that
was  innocent,   you     tllltst    find
thief."
"That's so.     ll  must  be  dom	
r-.lull ami tail by the best New York
private investigation man that I can
hire. The job's loo delicate for the
regular police."
Featherstone, v. lio had been silting
thoughtfully silent, looked up. "Perhaps it's lucky the wage clerk went
inlo the treasurer's oflicc after I left,
though I spoke to ihc watchman,
Jordan, as  I  went out."
"No," said Percival sharply, "It
wasn't Jordan's week on night guard."
There was silence for a moment,
and then Hulton asked: "Where did
you meet the man you thought was
Jordan?    Did  he  answer  you?"
"He was going along the ground
floor passage in front of mc, and the
only lighl was in ibe pay ollice at
lhc end. He slood in the doorway
as 1 passed and 1 said, 'It's a cold
night, Tom,' I'd gone a few yards
when be answered, 'll will be colder
soon.'"
"Then as you passed the door he
must have seen your face, though
you could noi sec his," said Hulton,
who tinned lo Percival. "Clark was
ou  night guard and Ids  name's not
he  whe
Mr.
his
you
you
Tom.     Where  was
Featherstone left?"
"In the lathe room at Ihc other
end of llur building. The punch
in the cheek '-lock shows it," Pcrol-
val  replied.
Hullon pondered, knitting
brows, before he said, "Since
thought the man was Jordan,
wouldn't  know  him  again."
"No; hc was about Jordan's height
and build, bul I only saw his figure,
ll showed dark and rather indistinct
againsl   the lighl."
"Well," said Hulton, "you sec lhc
importance of this. We have something lo go upon; a stranger was
in the factory." Then be got up
wilh a look of keen relief in his
worn  face.    "I  thank you ami  your
partner; yon have given mc hope.
Some day all who knew my hoy will
believe what you bei.eve. Now I
have something to say to Pcrcival,
and then he must help me home to
bed."
He shook hands with tin in and let
Ihem go. They left the factory in
silence, but as they crossed the yard
Foster remarked, "I'm sorry for
Hulton. I'or all his quietness, betakes lhe thing very hard."
"I imagine the fellow who shot
Fred Hulton will need your pity
mosi," Featherstone   replied,    '"lhc
old man will run him down wilh the
determination and energy lhal help.
cd him lo build up his business.
Money wilh brains behind it is a
power, hut 1 wouldn't like Hulton on
my track if hc hadn't a cent. There's
something relentless about lhe man."
(To lie Lontinued.)
Not Much of a Tale
"It won't bc much of a story, will
it?"
"What?"
"When our grandchildren ask us
what we did in lhc great war, and wc
have to tell them that once a week
we went without meat."���Detroit
Free Press.
First Co-ed���I've lost a diminutive,
argenteOUS, truncated cone, convey
on its summit and semi-perforated
with  symmetrical  indentations.
Second Co-ed���Here's your thimble.���Medicine Man.
Preserves getting low ?
Tide over thc winter with
CROWN BRAND
GORNltStrRUP
wSS
prow
Everybody likes this delicious Tabic Syrup���and it's
much less expensive than butter for thc children to eat
wilh bread.
At all Grocera-2, 5, 10 and 20 lb. tint,- 3 Ib. Glaes Jim,
Write for free Cook Book. 33
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W.     N.     U.     1194
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vegetables in Appleiora's Sani-Wrappers.
Fvrticuiar trade goes to lhe store that is careful ot the details ot cleanli*
ness una appearance.
Ask your Jobber lor Appleford's Sani-Wrappers, or write us direct for
tamples ana prices.
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HAMILTON, CANADA
emCU AND VAMHOUm AT TORONTO, MCMIUAb WDJHOTO tn. VANCOUVn, THE      BWTT--W.       fTlTTn-VVU'V,       li.       (.'.
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MADE IN
CANADA /
_CMA^S
P>ERr:ECT
YEAST
Patriotism of
Railway Kmployeen
Made Heavy Contribution to Ket em
Victory Loan Campaign
One noticeable feature of lho Vie-
lory Loan campaign was the BUrpi'is- !
ingly    large   contribution    made   b> ,
many of the railway employees. Con-1
ductors  put    down    their names  for I
$500 without i murmur,   some  even '
wishing to pay  cash  instead  of lak-
ing up the bunds on the Instalment
system.    So too with  lhe engineers |
and mechanics and in a lesser degree i
with the trainmen and Bremen,   The
reason  is  that  the  railway  employee
I was never so. well paid as he is today, indeed he is Lul ler oil even than
the munitions worker, as his income
is nol of a temporary nature, but be
has lhe further advantage   of
European Milk Shortage
In Franco, according to the
American Agriculturist, the preseiit
production of milk is only -10 per
cent, of whal il was before the'wnr.
The d-uly supply received in Vienna,
according to the same authority, is
only a little more than 20 per cent.
of what il was in pre-war limes, and
in Berlin the mi'k supply for children has beeu reduced a third.
THE ONLY MEDICINE
THE BABY NEEDS
Baby's
medicine
tic ones,
thorough
Own
. mother
They a
laxalivi
rabb
is the only
u-eds for her lit-
r a gentle but
whir.li instantly
relieve all stomach and bowel disorders, thus banishing all the minor
ills of little ones. Concerning them
Mrs. Jos. Levcsqiie, St, Simon, Que.,
Says:���"llaby's Own Tablets arc a
marvelous medicine for little ones.
They never fail to cure stomach and
bow-el troubles and neither my sister-
in-law nor myself would use any
other medicine for our little ones."
Thc Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 23 cents
a box from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvillc, Ont.
fresh
New
privileges for   his   family   and of
pension when lie gets to bc too old
for service.
Three hundred dollar., a month is
quite a common pay cheque lo bc
Irawn at tho end of the monili by a
Canadian locomotive engineer who
earns more than many a captain c
in' ocean-going liner, and sometimes
$.150 is touched. The conductors
range as a rule from $_0(l to $250 a
month, sometimes more aud sometimes less. Almosl as well paid are
ihc firemen on the western divisions
who earn from $150 to $'30 per
month. The stoker ou board ship,
who earned as much, would think
the world has reached tiie millennium, Section foremen, who have
special additional privileges of houses
at nominal rents, free fuel, market
passes for their wives and free lands
for gardens, earn from $80 to $110
per monili. With these conditions In j Evidence
view, the contributions to thc Victory Loan by railway employees are
less surprising.
Fort Qu'Appelle Sanatorium
Soldier patients suffering from tuberculosis arc now being cared for at
pass  Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan. This
accommodation added to the two Institutions run by the military hospl-
talseouimission, the Earl Grey Sanatorium at Regina and lhe Prince
Albert sanatorium, will mean thai
three institutions arc ready in Sas-
kalchewan lo receive returned sol-
'idicrs affected wilh "T.li." Provision for vocational training has been
supplied at Fori Qu'Appcflc,
These Pills Cure Rheumatism.���To
the many who suffer from rheumatism a trial of Parnielce's Vegetable
I'ills is recommended, They have
pronounced action upon the liver and
kidneys and by regulating the aciion
of these organs act as an alternative
in preventing the admixture of uric
acid and blood that causes this painful disorder. They must be taken
according to directions and used
steadily and they will speedily give
i their beneficial effects.
Launches Hunt
Oerman Submarines
Great Service Rendered   by   Motor
boats in Italian Waters
Thc invaluable service rendered lithe small motor launches used foi
hunting submarines is not wldel-
known. 'I hey protect thc army tight
ing In the lower I'iavc region which
is gridironcd with streams and cau
als. They are generally used for
scouting thc Ad.iatic and M.ditcr-
ranean, but nowadays il is not unusual to sec them attacking the enemy at sonic advanced post where the
Atistro-Gcnnan line touches a river
or canal. Their great advantage is in
their small size and greal speed,
which enables thciu lo surprise the
enemy, who does nol expect them to
take part  iu a land  battle,
Once sonic of them attacked a
column of Hungarians marching
along thc banks of a canal and put
it to (light. At another time a
launch opened lire on a detachment
of cyclists, killing and wounding
many.
While the Italian army was reorganizing itself ou thc present line
of battle, these little craft indefati-
gably sleamcd up and down the
I'iavc, engaging the best shots of
General Borocvic's army, who were
greatly hampering lhe operations of
the Italian troops. These launches
for several days bore thc brunt of
thc Italian defence.
No Need to Rub
Try  Sloan'��   Liniment ond   aee
how quickly the swelling is reduced
and the pain disappears.   No need
to  rub; it penetrates quickly end
brings relief. Havo
a bottle handy for
rheumatic   pains,
neuralgia, back
nche and all muscle soreness.
Generous sized
bottles, at your
drug.ist, __c,
5C_..$I.C_.
fSloa.��Js
The Worlds
Worse Than Blasphemy
''Forward wilh God to
deeds," is Emperor William's
Year's message to the Teuton Iroops,
This association of the Almighly
with Hun brutalities, past and future, is worse than blasphemy.���Calgary Alberlan.
Cause of Asthma. N'o one can say j
with certainty exactly what causes
thc establishing of asthmatic conditions. Dust from the street, from
flowers, from grain and various other irritants may set Up a trouble impossible to eradicate except through
a sure preparation such as Dr. J. D.
Kellogg's Ast ma Remedy. Uncertainty may exist as to cause, but
there can bc no uncertainty regarding a remedy which has freed a generation of asthmatic victims from
this scourge of thc bronchial tubes.
It  is  sold everywhere.
War Disabled Farmers -
Made Grain inspectors
M.H.C. Trains  Grain  Growers  In
Commercial End of Business
in the West
A course to turn out competent
grain inspectors in lhc west has
been arranged for by the vocational
oliiccrs ol the military hospitals commission as a method of putting to a
commercial use the cxp.ri.nce of
the soldier fanners who havc been
disabled.
In the   western    provinces    where
many  of the  men  who enlisted    for
servicc overseas wcrc fanners whose
life  training  had  been  with   thc  soil
and the crops,  lhe  problem  of     the
placing of  those  who returned    disabled for work on thc land has b^en
a big one.    To discard  Ihis training
and  set  a   man  to  learn  an  entirely
new occupation means that    months
must elapse  before  he can  be     restored  to  independence.
Some men slill able to carry on in
this  annoying  (rouble  for   ten ] the lighter phases, havc been dirccl-
aud tried nearly  everything  1 I c(j tn poultry farming and many giv-
of.    After  using  Dr.   Chase's  cn  special  scientific  training  in   this
line of work, many have taken up
tractor engineering in anticipation of
thc motor age in agriculture; slill
others, gardening, horticulture and
tree surgery.
Grain inspection offers a new out-
Had Piles
For Ten Years
And Tried  Nearly  l-'verything   Except a Surgical Operation Without Obtaining Relief��� Tells
How Complete Cure Was
Effected
There arc    reported    here    three
cures of chronic '.ascs of piles.    In
all three cases many treatments were
Hied   before  it   was   discovered   that
Dr.  Chase's  Ointment is about   the
only   real  cure   for   this    distressing
ailment.
Mrs. A. Oales, 22 Gllkinson street,
Brantford, Ont., writes:""! have used
Dr. Chase's Ointment ns a household remedy for ever so long, and
am particularly indebted to il for a
cure from Piles. I had suffered
from
years,
heard
Ointment a short while 1 was completely cured."
Mrs. Wm. Shantz, 155 Albert
street, Kitchener, Ont., writes: "For
several years 1 was troubled with
bleeding piles.   I tried different rem- j
Throughout thc christening ceremony the baby smiled up beautifully into the clergyman's fare. "Well,
madam," said he to the young wife,
"I must congratulate you on your
little one's behavior. I havc christened more than 2,000 babies, bul I
never before christened one thai behaved so well as yours." Thc young
mother smiled demurely, and said:
"His father and 1, with a pail of
water, have becn practising on him
for thc last ten d..ys."���Minneapolis
Tribune,
Fairville, Sept. 30, 1902.
Minard's Liniment Co.,  Limited.
Dear Sirs,���We wish lo inform
you that we consider your MIN-
ARD'S LINIMENT a very superior
article, and wo use it as a sure relief for sore Ihroal and cheat. When
1 tell you 1 would not be wilhoui it
if the price was one dollar a botlle,
1 mean it,
Yours truly,
CHAS, F. T1LTON.
your
with
"I hope you never deceive
wifc," said the meddlesome man,
a look  of pious  concern.
"I'd like to know what business it
is of yours lo hope that I never deceive my wife," snapped the Irascible
citizen. "Do you think I'm going to
let hcr'nnd out how oneiy 1 am, just
to please you?"���Birmingham -Age-
Herald
WOMEN OF
MIDDLE AGE
Mrs.    Quinn's    Experience
Ought to Help You Over
the Critical Period.
edics   for  relief  without  success.     I
read  in  Dr. Chase's  Almanac ol  the
benefits other people  were  receiving
from   Dr.  Chase's  Ointment,    so    I
sent to your office for a sample box.
1  found it gave nu  such reli f lhat
I  went to a drug store and purchased  a   full-sized   box      1   havc    used
several boxes since, and have derived   more  benefit   from   its   use   than
any remedy I have ever used."
'    Mrs.  F,  Cussons,    Victoria street,
jlngersoll,  Ont.,  writes;  "About   two
I years  and a  half ago  I  was suffer-
��� ing  from  Files.    1  had  tried  many
different remedies for lhis    distressing  trouble, but nothing helped me.
I Finally  I  got a box of Dr. Chase's
Ointment,  and   after  using  it   found
lhat   1   was   completely    cured    and
havc not been  bothered in  this way
since. .    I can cheerfully recommend
Dr, Chase's Ointment fo anyone suffering  as   I   did."
Dr. Chase's Ointment, CO cents a
.box, at all dealers or Edmansoil,
j Hates & Co., Limited, Toronto.
! There arc no rivals to Dr. Ch sir's
Ointment as a treatment for Files,
let in which a man's technical knowledge will benefit him even though
the nature of his work be.    entirely
changed.
'.filler's Worm Powders act bo
thoroughly that stomachic and Intestinal worms ire literally ground
up and pass from the child wilhout
being noticed and wilhout inconvenience to lhe sufferer. They arc p.in-
less and perfect in aciion. and ai all
times will be found a healthy m di-
rine, strengthening the infan.ilc
stomach and maintaining it In vigorous operation, so that, besides being
rm effective vermifuge, they arc tou-
ical and health-giving iu their effect*.
It will be
The War on Sea
'a long war," Sir Eric
Gcddcs says. That hint should not
bc lost. Our ability to keep up a
long war depends on the navies, especially on the British navy. V
the submarine terror and the na
rakened, we could not even trans
With
vies
weakened, we could not even transport American troops and supplies
to Europe. Theorists who, in face
of that fact, would risk the supremacy of lhe fleets on the toss ol
:oin by changing the present polii
or a more "vigorous" one, by sen
tig  them   to  fight  a d uhtful   batt
III      1 ,ui i.'|"  .
of  that fact,   would r
lacy of lhe fleeis on the to
coin
L.  .
ing  them   to  figl..  .. .. ������
against mines, would be risking the
whole war if their advice were followed.���New York Times.
cl a
policy
id-
tie
'ffoed'o Phosjla-iai.
Th* Orent English Ecmedp,
Tooer. sod in-igoratet Lit. vbola
Dervutmt.-ntem, makea oe�� Dr-04
io old Veins, Currs liervou*
ttrbtlttlt. Mental and Brain Worm. Le^y ts.
ttencv, Iotl 0/ **ner-rv, l'alpitntioix ef thi
peart, Fntlini Memory. Frrce tt per box. ail
IprtS. Ons "ill please, its will curt. Bol.l-ri.il
iril|_lir*s or .-sited la plain pk(. on  reerlpl ot
Kirs. Ii'-tn ji-mphletmnllrtt tree. THI WOOO
koicini co^Toiomo.cui. U-_-l, ._��__;
Slate ol Ohio, (JitT ol T.oleiio,
Lucas   County,  ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
senior partner 01 the ttrm oi F. J. Cheney
& Co., doiiiK busmeas in the City of Toledo,
l i.ui.ry ,-iuU Stale aloresaid, and linal bam
turn will pay the sum ol UNt IILMIKi.r-
UULI.AKS tor cairn and every case ol Catarrh that ciini.ii! be i.uicil by the use 01
HALL'S  CA.A----.il   Colli".
l-UAtvA.  J.   CHENEV.
Sworn to belore uie aim subscribed in my
preseuce, this 01U day 01 t-ro eii.i.t-r, A. II..
l-Ot>. ,        ���    A.  VV. (jLJiASUN.
(.Seal) Notary   Public
llan s Catarrh Cure ts taken ituertially and
act!, tfiruu_ti the Ulood on the Mucous bur-
nm.., ot tne System, bead lor tesutnomals
tree.
F.   .1.   CHENEY   ci   CO.,   Toledo,   O.
Sold  by  UiUK.ist.-, 75c.
Hall's Fmuit)   nil. tor constipation.
Lowell, Mass.���"For the last, threo
years I have been troubled with tho
Change of Life and
tho bad feelings
common at thnt
time. I was in 11
very nervous condition, with headaches
and pain n good
deal of the time so I
A Retirement
Huh���''One night while ynu   were
away I heard a burglar. You should
havc seen mc going downstairs three ] Curtis
; steps at a time."
Wifc (who   knows
'was he, on the roof?"���Boston Transcript.
Try Crossing of Atlantic in 1918
Thc Daily Sketch of Paris says that
j J can Navarre, lhc famous French air-
' man, now out of thc army, is busy
' perfecting plans for a (light across
1 thc Atlantic. L'Echo Des Sports
j makes thc announcement that Navarre will mon probably scl out to
qonqtier the o   ran nexl summer.
Ad the pn liminary    arrangements
for the  flight  have   been  completed,
Navarre will use one of the machines
which  thc    American  expert,   Glenn
1 has been    working    on    for
I some time.    Navarre says    he    will
him)���"Where | succeed or lose Iiis life in    the   attempt.
Time Was Up
The attorneys for the prosecution
and defense had been allowed fifteen minutes each lo argue the case.
Thc attorney for the dclensc had begun his argument with an allusion to
the old swimming hole of his boyhood days. Hc told in flowery oratory of the balmy air, the singing
birds, the joy of youth, the delights
of the cold water     And    in  the
midst of it hc was interrupted by the
drawling voice of thc judge. "Come
out, Chauiiccy," hc said, "and put on
your clothes. Your fifteen minutes
arc up."���Smart Set.
Countless havc been the cures
worked by Ilolloway's Corn Cure. It
has a power of its own not found in
other  preparations.
mi niw-'HUNCH nciwiov. n.< n.i �����-��
THERAPION K?.
(tut ��uc* i*it cuiiiis chimj-h. -v���*. .*��� -; ,\ lost -/toot
I   VIM   K-1--.1-.V     BllOUlkt    Ulllts:.'!    HL.000    CQlW*
Hi. us Iithkr no i,ai,-.;��������� ti *��� j*i |i ,'������,: i :v%
roUOBIt* CO  -M  BEEKU4S SI   - . * IfOBl If .    _ , . *,*'*%
rt-noN.o writs rod FRI1 a ���-..��������� ro D* uc :*_���< ��i
ttr.u Co H*vtt��ir0CK Ro H*--i* ,tr.*i_ lo-mogm B-i-fc
u*N��wD(iAi_ertM9Ti*!.fi!ni foi ���_���'-*   -*��,.  ro , t��j
THERAPION &&��-*-��
was unfit to do my i Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,
work.    A friend .
asked me to try
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Com-
__���. -pound, which I did,
and it has helped mo in every way. I
am not nearly so nervous, no headache
or pain. I must say that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the
best remedy any sick woman can take."
���Mrs. Maroahet Quinn, Rear 259
Worthen St, Lowell, Mass.
Other warning symptoms are a senso
of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
Has Got It Right
German Pacifist Says no Peace Till
Prussia Is Crushed
^ Prof, von Wrangcl, a well known
German pacifist, writes in thc Frcie
Zcitung that hc had always been  in
favor of immediate    peace    wilhout
i annexation, but that as the resull of
a recent lalk with Field Marshal von
j llindcnburg     hc     has     completely
I changed his opinion.
Thc professor    says hc sees  that
^you arc a martyr to Tains In
thc Back, Urinary or Bladder
, Troubles, Brick Dust Deposits,
Paintul Urination, Swollen Joints or
any of the various symptoms of Kidney
Trouble, take
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation I,,,      -,,     ,  ,.
of the heart, sparks before the eyes, ' Wilson, Lloyd George and Ucmen-
Irregularities,   constipation,    variable I1'���11 a,rf "ght that^ther. cannot^ be
appetite, weakness,   inquietude, and
dizziness.
!f you need special advice, write to
the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
(confidential^ Lynn, Mass.
W.    N.    U,    1194
a durable peace in Europe until German, especially Prussian, militarism
has been crushed.
Thc verdict should be a shock to
the highest German political and military authorities, with whom von
Wrangcl has been on excellent terms
sinr*; thc beginning c*f the war.
Colony of Deserters
Advices received in Washington by
thc Mexican News Bureau said that
a temporary settlement of persons
claimed to have lift the Ui itcd
States to avoid military service has
been discovered near the international boundary line in a remote section of the Slate of Sonora. Included in the settlement's inhabitants
arc said to bc Italians, Frenchmen,
Poles, Montenegrins, Serbians, Germans, Austrians, Turks and many
Americans.
RAW FURS
OUR ADVICE
Ship to us at once and Reap
Benefits of High Prices
now prevailing.
Price List and Shipping Tags FREE
^jtemWXffi
Richard M. fierce* Manager
fHinkf and Alexcir.dc.'Si'Xc^K) ,C3n^s
We Also Buy HIDES and SENECA ROOT
SAVE THE CALVES
Migtmnl iwmf
ever timed tt
Al-ortton, Sterility, and Prei:._>
rurc '. a'.v -_. tn,
or one hundred
ctttte o-..ted ia
S minute*. Va*
-re halt of om
;>ioduct, il nol
uti.fied      retura
I,,    balance    and
_��� _ -*Tr__        '        is 1     r    your    money.
ty-., -Tfifir   """ s"v"'"
\nt��lSTHr**Ivilt'/7 ta    pound-.
��l*__"ll!__l-��'_\��_r'     ����00      Send   (of
printed   matte*.
miv._r.nS   PRODUCTS
Plant  and   Head   Office.   Edmonton,   A.lber**-
P.   O.   Bol,   3.1
Minard's Liniment Cures   Garget in
Cows,
Wipe Out the Liquor
Prohibition having reached this
stage, the logical concluding step
was to wipe out liquor altogether.
This the Dominion government is
doing.
The waste through liquor was inimical to thc country's war efforts,
and for that reason the new legislation is of a war nature, but the
people of Canada have been gradually growing towards prohibition itself, and their inclination in lhis direction was increased by the morc
serious turn the war has given to
the public mind. Tlicy are ready for
prohibition now, where they were
not ready onc, two or three years
ago,���Ottawa journal.
Minimue The Fire
Peril By U ing
EDDY'S
Chemically Self-Extinguhhing
"Silent 500s"
lhe Matches With
Afterglow"
���No
EDDY Is the only Canadian
maker of these matches, every
stick of which has becn treated
with a chemical solution which
positively ensures the match
becoming dead wood once it
has been lighted and blown
out
Look for the words "(medically self-extinguishing" on *h-
bon. THI OOUBTEHAY KIVBW
Copenhagen
Chewing
IS THE WORLD'S BEST CHEW
.COPENHAGEN J
;��������� SNUFF ">
I   ��� ��� ��� a *********** '    .-it
It is manufactured
tobacco in its purest
forma
It has
flavor.
pleasing
It is tobacco scientifically prepared
for man's use.
Hospital   C oncert
and Dance
Thete will be a danoe at the Little River School on March 18.
Admission Geurlemen 75 cents, Ladies 35 cents.   Refreshments free.
Cumberland
(Islander.)
John L- Marrocln left for Victoria to report under the Military
Service Act.
j Wesley Willard, J. P. and official administrator, left on Monday
1 for Victoria to attend the annual
session of the Grand Orange Lodge
of Biitish Columbia,
Robert  Robertson,  of Cuinber-
' laud, left 011 Mondav as a delegate
from Mount Horeb Lodge No. 1676
j.to attend the Grand Orange  Lodge
���"at Victoria.
The teachers and school children
marched in a body to the Welling.
ton Colliery Station on Thursday
atternoon and a laree crowd of
citizens also awaited the arrival of
the trnin to welcome home Pte.
Alexander Walker, who has just
returned from the : front. His
Worship Mayor Harrison and several of the aldermen wete present
aud presented Pte. Walker with an
address ot welcome similar to that
presented ou precious occasions.
When You
want to hear
the latest
VaudevilleHits
Yoa'll find it at its
Best on
Ilo-Ilo Theatre, Cumberland
Wednesday Mar. 6
ADMISSION:
Concert���Main Floor 50c,    Gallery 75c.   Box seats $1.00
Dance���Gentlemen $1.    Ladies 50c
Refreshments 25c plate
Replace Your Buggy
With a Ford
MOREthanlOO.OOOFordsareownedby people
in Canada in preference to the old horse-
drawn buggy and other makes of cars.
Your neighbors, and farmers in every section of
the Dominion are abandoning their old buggies-
selling their driving horses and buying Fords.
Ford cars are utility cars. They are built to
endure the strain of constant daily use over rough
roads.
These are the tests every farmer gives his car.
The Ford meets them in a satisfactory manner.
It is the farmer's car, so why not replace your
horse and buggy with a Ford?
C&POtC
Runabout
Touring   ���
Coupe   ���
Sedan
$75
$ 95
$770
$970
THE UNIVERSAL CAR One-tonTruck $750
F. 0. B. FORD, ONT.
EaC.Emde, Dealer, Courtenay
MaplcLcaf Theatre
Wednesday Mar. 6
The marriage was  celebrated iu
St, Paul's Church,  Vaucotiver, on
last Friday evening by Rev.   Harold   King  of   Miss Vera   Hume,
daujhter of Mr. and Mis.   Horace
Hume, West Poiut Grey, and Lieut.
Clifford   Kilpatrick.  of  Victoria,
son of the late George  Kilpatrick,
aud stepson of Mr. J. A   Aikman,
ofVictoiia.    The bride, who has
for the past year been a member of
the itaff of the Vancouver General
Hospital was  given away| by her
great-uncle.   Dr,   Alfred   English
Long, in the absence of her father
aud   brothers at the  front.   She
wore a gown  of  white georgette
crepe embroidered in pastel shades
with a veil held in place   with a
chaplet of orange blossoms aud carried a boquet  of white roses and
lilies of the valley,   She was attended by her sister Miss  Dorothy
Hume, whose gown was of white
satin with which she wore a picture hat trimmed with silver lac.,
lace and carried a boquet of roses.
The groom  was attended  by his
uncle E,  A.   Morris,   After the!
ceremony at the church a company
of friends and relatives of the couple were entertained at a reception
at the Hotel Vancouver, and later
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