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YOUR PRINTING
Can nut l.u dune any Letter,  uml    j
lint milt-! 80   well linvwlii-iu   else
hereabouts.   Our type ami ������muliiii-
cry ih complete ami The Review
prices are rlj*ht
THE   REVIEW
Classified Ads.
Malta your little Wants known
tlirougli n Classified Advertisement
In Tlif Kevlew   -   -   -   Phone 59
VOL. 4
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY   APRIL  13  1916
NO. 21
Auction   Sale!
Agricultural  Grounds
Saturday,   April   15,   at   1:30
Household Furniture,  Piano nearly  new, Quantity
of Vet. Surgical Instruments, Cattle, Chickens, Etc.
Full particulars on posters or from
HARDY   &   BISCOE
Real Estate Agents
COURTENAY
! COMOX   LUMP
���wU A
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in  Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
ELECTRICITY
provides the cleanest, the most sanitary and the most hysrenic
method of cooking
The Electric range closely parallels the wood or gas
range but excells  either in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under idgal conditions because
Each cooking unit can be switched to high, medium or simmering heat and kept there as
long as needed
It is the acme of cleanliness
Practically no heat escapes into the room
The air is not vitrated
There is no contamination of food
You save food values througn the retentioo of the
essential salts and meat juices, on a six pound
roast the saving is nearly a pound
All the latest standards of range construction are
used, including high oven, thermometor or
glass door, porcelain splashers
The fire risk is lessened because there are no open
flames
We will gladly give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat & Power
Co., Limited
Phones: Office 35, Ret. R9S       Office: Mill Street
Local Lines
For sale���Duck eggs for   hatch-
jing, jji pet setting  of io,    l'lione
L,ioo, Courtenay.
For SEle���good family cow, jersey, price $55 cash, Apply No 6
I Review Office,
! Fine new English lawn or garden
mill r for s.ile cheap by K. Duncan.
Too heavy for hillside,
i
I.ool; prosperous.    Fix up   your
shop front with an up lo date sign
See Colin Campbell about it.
Forsale���-i fresh cow, with calf
tit foot, very quiet and heavy milker
Apply Geo, Davis, Union Bay.
For sale at sacrifice price���tooo
gallon tank. Fairbanks engine and
pump, almost new. Apply Box II,
Review office.
Found*���on the Goose Spit, Comox, ;i sixteen foot row boat,
Owner wanted. Apply Postollice,
Comox, li. C.
Household effects and Ford car
forsale privately at Mrs, J. E.
Montgomery's, Comox. Apply in
the mornings,
Tenders for the fencing of about
8o chaus and .slashing about two
acres. Apply D, Campbell. Union
Bay Road,    Cc tirtenay
Taken from Comox warf���large
Turner rowing boat painted red
with white band, Finder please
notify J. C  Atkinson, Comox.
Tenders for barn wrecking arc
invited by E. Duncan Up to noon
on Saturday, April 15. For particulars apply at the house.
For Sale cheap���A lot of agreement and assignment forms, leases,
bills of sale, c.iatlel inorlagage, release of mortgage. Apply Review
Office,
For sale���I pure bred Ayrshiie
bull calf 6 months old. Bred for
show and milk productiou; pedigree and transfer supplied; price
5"5,    Apply G. Game, Comox
For Rent- 20 acres of land in
Happy Valley, 4 acres cleared,
house, 'nam, chicken house, fruit
trees, good sod, plenty of water.
also cow and calf for sale. Apply
R. V. McNaughtan, Courtenay   P,
!
For Sale- One 6 h, p. Fairkanks ;
Morse Gas Engine, one   3   k.    w.
Dynamo switch board,   etc,   also ���
pump and    belting,    Capacity    12
gallons    per    minute.    Apply    at j
Riverside hotel,
For Rent���15 acres, 7 cleared ; I
good 4-roomed house and all other |
necessary buildings ; school or the |
place ; about 2 miles from Cumber-1
land, in Happy Valley. Apply
Edward Parkin, box 325, Cumberland.
For Sale���A hot waler incubator
300 egg capacity,  with thermome- j
ters, lamp,   trays, etc., complete,
cost $30 wll. sacrifice  for $���, cash. 1
Also 1 out door brooder,   Cyphers
storm king No, 1 A,   with  hover,
and lamp, etc.,  asbestos lined, 50,
chick capacity, only $10 cash ; also
a 6 li.p. gasoline engine with hoist,
mounted on skids, will pull .stumps
logs, etc , engine can be disconnect*
ed'from hoist lo run any machinery
ti 1110. t useful machine on lhe farm,
price S225 cash.      Also   1   cement
brick machine, capacitv 500 bricks
per diem,   four different  styles of
moulds and corner  moulds,  complete, price $14.     Apply   J.  deL.
Lawrence. Kye Bay, Comox,
Rhode Island Red Eggs
per Setting of 15
75 cents
Bruce Towler, box 132, Courtenay
Welding���cast iron, aluminum,
brass, steel, etc,    Ford Garage.
Housekeeping rooms to let. Apply Brown's furniture store, Courtenay,
45 horse power Overland car for
hire, day or night. Ford Garage,
phone 46R,
��� Willoughbv, the tailor has moved
from Mill street onto Union Street
into part of the shop formerly used
by the Island Really Co., next to
the Opera house
> r. H. S. Porteous collected a
verv creditable amount for the
Overseas Tobacco Fund at Mr.
1!.lily's auction sale. The names
of those who contributed will be
published when t e 1 Electing list
is completed.
A meeting in the interests of the
Crown Granted Coal Right Owners
uf the Comox i islrict .ill be held
iu the Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, 011 Tuesday, the iSth. at 8 p.
111, The fallowing gentlemen will
address the meeting. Mr, William
Duncan. Mr. Alex Urquhart, Dr.
11. P, Millard, Mr, Sam Vass and
Mr  II. ll     Fofde.
The ladies of the Sfl/o Red Cross
Con utittee for th'ee mouth)), Dec-
c tub.r,January and February have
made the following articles for the
Red Cross branch at Victoria: 36
bed shirts, 36 pyjama suits, 12 pair
locks, 3 par mitts', 24 wash rags
'unite I bv Lazo school children, In
Mrs. Covert, of Powell River, is
visiting friends here.
Again we must ask our correspondents to be brief.
The next regular meeting of tne
city council will take place next
Monday evening.
Born ���At Sandwick, on Saturday, April 8, to Mr, and Mrs, E.
M. West, a son. His King and
country need men,
At the meeting of the license
commissioners on Saturday last the
matter of granting a license to J.
R. Johnston was again laid ov r,
some objection having been taken
to the number of names secured to
the petition
The planks which have been lying on Isabel street for some
months, and which tlie residents
of the orchard fondly hoped would
be .(inverted into a sidewalk were
removed to another part of the city
oil Tuesday to make a box drain.
Two soldiers started down the Island highway one day last week in
civilian clothes, with the apparent
intention of deserting. Thev were
followed by an officer, upon whom
one of them drew a gun when overhauled near Royslon He was
coolly told to wait iill he got to the
front if they wished to do any
shooting.
1 ldition ti these   anicli
s,   23 pairs
if socks were forwarded to the Imperial Daughters of the Empire for
-nick Day.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday   Schoo
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Coui'tenav
.Sunday  .School and   Bible  Class
10:30 a. m.    Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
It does away with washboards and washing machines. Guaranteed not to injure the clothes or
hands.      It hurts nothing but the dirt.      Price 20c
b��-56 SHEPHERD'S
Phone 40
Comox Creamery
Butter
45c per lb. this week
McPhee   &   Morrison
We have just "finished  Stocktaking and  will now
place onView our new lines of Spring Goods which
have been arriving since the first of the month
Some of them are:
Garden andField Seeds,
Wall Papers, House Lining,
Dry Goods and Decorations    j
Come in and make_|your choice early
Our stock in   Groceries, Hardware,
Paints, Oils, Etc., is complete
i^^^^^����������^^��n*i*>,,*��^��^ (
���r******^**'**'******-*****^ OTHF.   REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. C
Potato Seed is Rare
Is Now Said to be so Scarce Tliat it Is!
Worth Its Weight In Gold
Watch Your Colts
Except in the Bottle-
Nn   f     Vol. cannot get leal Bovril except in the Bovril bottle.      UithM Btirbank stated some limeI toftr..���?^^
VF    ���       M-t.i'il   1. on Qtmnti   Ilml   il   ,'Miiiiot   -n..i1-lvhi��iiinniifnr-.   **S��   lliul   poialoes   lime   been   grown |.*,���. ....,,��� ,,.   nnj   unod diu-_lst. hi H dculr-i
'nlils .'unl Dlstonipi
It'll   Illtliu-nl,   |ll\i
id nl  lln- lli-sl  syn
mil diim>H "f  Hi.11  w.
Bovril is    ' strong that it cannot possibly be manttfac
tiircd iu  cheap cubes.    It  lakes  the beef of a whole
bullock to make a dozen bottles of Bovril.    Add Bovril to
make your cookery more nourishing and to save butchers'
bills.    Bul it must I* - Bovril.
.   RdOll driit*��lsl,  I
sn    long rriitii cuttings    Hint    people llverod I'.v ���__,,
arc getting out ot tli. habit ut pro- pl     , ,       , _ *���""  ,,EDICAL co"
duclng   seed   for   breeding     |iiii'|ins.'S. j Cl""'"��ls ���'""  ��'"-''-''l��loi|iM
Seed  i'or breeding    [iiu'iiosos    la  In [ ~~~~
groal  doniand    and    is  worth $6.00
ti thlinblefiill,     according     i"   some
Insect Pests
The British Navy
111   C'.LlKidil Wo,c Tnan Mil|ion Men In the Different Branches of Naval Work
Means   For Corttrollliiri   Insect  Pests The magnitude of tho work going on
_.,         ,._-,_. Ill Htf navy ls shown in a Id ter I ruin
Throughout Dominion ||](, ���������,.,,���..��� ,��� g|l, ���,,���...  Parke.
In lln' ropoi'l  of lhe  Don           on* answorlng his enquiry In the house of
tomologlsl fiir ihi' year ending   lurcl . onitnoiis on tlie number ol people en-
.1st, iiu-l, which lias jusl been pub -aged In all brunches of the unvy and
Goshen, hid.. U.S.A
llshed, an tii'i oi iiii Is ".: ei of tho
activities nf tho I'litont il igli .<���
iiraiH'h of iiu> Dominion Department
01 Vgrlculture, ln the matter ol ��� on'
trolling Insect pests tiiroughoiil I in
nf naval work
The letter Btatet, lhat the aavj
proper bad 146,000 officers aud men
when the war broke out, which number has now Increased in 11.0,000 with
authorities.    A tlilmbleriill ol potato
seed is a difficult mutter to lind,
I'MWiinl   Blgelow,    nn   authority   nil I
such mallei's,   writes   in "The Guide
lo  Nature" Cor January,   giving an
Interesting    account    of    the  greal '
difficulty   experienced    In    Been ring
seed for potatoes,   Much o[ the art- dfj*
Iclo is reprinted In lhe eurrenl  issue
of lho l.ili'i'ui'.v Digest.
Mr. Hlgolow recalled thai   1.1 years
iii.'ii lie attended u leelttre In an agricultural college    when    the professor! Fresh    Areas    to    he  Laid Wsste  if
lecturing staled that potato seed was      Kaiser la Not Pcrmilted to Name
(,.. -
1 oung  Mum,   Don'l Wail   Until ^m arc   fitly
licl'ni i  you  Begin lo Save l'p l"or Old  Ace.
THE EXCELSIOR LIFE
INSURANCE  COMPANY
WILL   SAVE   MONEY   AND   MAKE   MONEY   FOR   YOU
Tulle   Whit   tine  of  Our   \genl
More Frightful-less
Terms
very scare". Mr, Blgleow refused to
believe it and tried pi Hud the seed-
hall in prove lhe pr isor wrong. Maximilian  Harden, In  nn  exlraor
increase i<> 850,000   officers and men,
besides G7.0i.io naval reserves.   Thero I".-."'.1!''1"
II,. and iiis   friends   could ilml no  -Unary article In his pnpor, Die X.ul
seed  In t'onuectlciil, nml since then  unft, depicts Orninny as unwilling lo
li   ha-,  been  found  thut   potato seed  be compelled to lay wnslo fresh arena j
Is very scarce ami little can bo had of the world antl redouble her triumph
nt' death, hui ns no longor able to be
, , conteul   with  nn   Inlermltialile ilefen*
are   also 85,000 men engnged in work      William   Stuart,   horticultural,   of.,       tr ureal llrllnln roJorlB till ik-bc-c
-" "<"���"���������"���" ' """"��� �� ;^,sT;-!e v,iters;atl,;i.,,r^asooinir. to'- ��"'}��� S h-v?r
more    s,.   hulls are  noi   dove   the efficacy of subimr  warfare, he
Is    lhat   most potato    plants do  not1'"'���'*��� "", ' "���""Hales must  nol ox
' i    f ,       poet a ceiaatlm   bercor, ai tl 'no slur.
or slrlpes will protect aslilplnthe war
niirthet'ii   climates  and   consenueir.iy|     *e'
the seed bull ot potatoes uro found' "Sis months ngo," snys Harden,
mesi frequently in Maine, Northern | "Hie tlermuns could be conteul wilh
Michigan and Wisconsin. defense, holding and using what they
and plants entering Canada.   Perhaps I clothing mid preparing    food for llio I llfu1 coml"***'e**'    N"-v  "  la lo�� l:""
one    of the most interesting of the fleet. WAMEN'C UEA?T;,3 '    "l'(l" vu' wn" """' ""' '"'"''"'' 'ltla
activities of die branch  is the  work     Thomas    .1.    McNamarn,    nnanclal   iVUlllLn O flLnLlSl spied  out   overy  t'ealiiro of our sys-
carried on    ngalnct the    Brown-tallIsecretary of the admiralty, adds: _trrr>n /inun-piUT -*_nr *,e*n'    mll,tal'5   ,""1    economic,    and |
Moth in Eastern Canada particularly,     "it asked    to put the matter In a NttUN LuNdiAfil LAKb """''' croepa "1">" us '' *""'' "r 'v,ml
the importation and establishment of sentence, 1 would sa.\  that for every;        ���**"��*-������>  ���"""""
the parasites of this Insect and  the man in the navy, of'which there are
Gypsy Moth.   A map is given show- something like 300,000, there are cer-  Work and Worry Leaves Her a
Ing the places in Canada where the talnly two   persons and possibly even"
Moths have    been distributed by the  three at work on   ship   construction,
department, repairing and confiHbuLIng to the gen* Ailments.
Other branches of work covered by  oral efficiency and fighting ability of I
udii and all who arc Interested In thls|the authority granted   for a   furlhei
subject will be repaid by a perusal of
this   record    ot ll  year's   week.    The
department now maintains nine field
laboratories in different parts of the
Dominion at which Investigations on'establishments, and several times that
various  insect  pests are carried on. number on admiralty work -under con-
Thls line of work constitutes the chief; tract and suh-conlra'ci.
aspect of the work of the branch.    \      Besides these, the   letter specifies
large auiounl of work is necessitated men engaged In gelling coal for the tlon,    Sueb  pollen  develops  besl   in,
by  the administration of the  Insect fleet, dockslde  workers   and civilian   northern   climates  and   consequently!
and Pests Regulations of the Destruc- J crews of coalers, oilers, mine sweep-
tlve  Insect  and  Pest  Act,  Involving ers, supply ships, etc, and in addition
the inspection und fumigation of trees jmeu   and women engaged in making|
Victim of Many Distressing
the  report are  investigations  on  iu- the fleet."
sects affecting cereals and other field Au ass resale of more ihan one
crops, including an account of the million persons engaged in various
notorious   army-worm    outbreak     In  branches-of naval work is thus shown.
1913;   insects affecting    fruit    crops, -      ���	
as tile result  of which Investigation txt -p* __
work of great practical value has; Were a BOOIl IO
ensued; insects affecting tores', am
shade trees in which an account o
the investigations of Stanley Park
Vancouver, which has been so seriously   affected   by   frost    insects is  DODD'S    kidney    pills    CURED
Inch :u presenl is I'ulselj reported'.'
"There Is si ill a short space of lime
during which Germany might come
to terms. Withoui loss of honor herI
enemies uilglu make a decern and on-
diirlng peace, which would nol bur the
j way lo gradual reconciliation and bar-
i _._t-.__-r*wL'_r__rrr_-l-.'i**l-_-_raH*___-mBV  |
Established lflSf*
(1   l"voi'ytliln" worth avowing in
i    Flowers and
Vegetables
a Paislev Man
tins i
depart-
PAIN  IN HIS BACK
given; insects affecting _onie9
nials and  man and insects  al
garden and greenhouse.   The
is a record o. marked progrei
branch    of the  work  of t..'1
nielli   of   agriculture   Which   ',
affects agriculture, but  also forestry
and public health.   Copies of this report may be had free on application
to  the  Publications  Branch,  i
m
tl
flee      \u   muiiine:-    ���_*-.��� i-uuig   inseci I Known   aim   inguiy  respected   ill   mis   [or f
jiesis should be addressed, m the Do-1 neighborhood.    "I  had  been troubled ; pltal [or n month, before 1 was able to
minion  Entomologist,  Department   of with a paiu in my hack for about a
Agriculture, Ottawa, and  uo postage year.
Is required on such letters. "Heading      tlie      self-examination
I    Every woman's health is peculiarly mony
dependent upon tlle condition of her "These peace offers, 11 is suggest-
blood. How many women suffer with ed, mlglil Include a little disarma-
headache,   pain In tiie back, poor ap- ment, a little Internalional socialism
I petite, weak digestion, a con..lam feel*Und a proposal to pool war expenses.
ling of weariness, palpitation of the hf these propoasls are refused Ger-
heart, shortness ot breath, pallor ami | many will have paid the last debt
nervousness. If you have any orijshe owed to the world and humanity,
Ihese symptoms you should begin to* -an-] can proceed to be more frightful
day to build up your blood with Dr. than ever with complete indifference
Williams' Pink Tills. Under tiieir use t��� the views of neutrals,
the nervous energy of the body io re* .,��� *,,.,,. mugt ,|(, ,,,,.���,, ... _.���,
stored as the blood becomes red and determine the hour
nure and the entire system is strength- ,,
ene.d to meet evorj  demand upon it        "      "'  Greal   Brltain  '
l.. ori'erpil unl lllunlrat-
,.,l in our handsome
C a t a I o ;; u e, togothoi-
Vllh    full    CllltUI'Ill    11-���
Btructlons. Sent fr i
request, Write for ��
copy.
J. A. SIMMERS, Limited
Toronto, on
CLIFTON CLOTHES
are high-class, well-made, and perfect
iitllng. All ordered clothing made to
measure. Agents  wanted in every town
The Clifton Tailors, Limited
20 Hayter St., Toronto, Ont.
.  ,   _ Wood's Rtosplwdiao.
IffW   J The Um,t English   Remedy.
'      _f   '-/ Tones anil lovljoratM tlm v.-linU
���K^Bii-rvoiwayflttmi, makes new Blood
_*;_?._, jQ   Q[(|   \-,i[)S|    ,'ures   yen-nut
Debility, iilentttl nnd Brain Worry, Despondency, Loss of Energy, Palpitation cf the
Heart, Failing Memory. Priee SI per box, eix
forS"*. One will pleaac, sir wilt cure. _o!dbyal!
druggists or mailed ill plain pk;;. mi reeeiiu of
VI r. J.s. A.  Bryce Tells Why  He  Re- Ti]|1.. nour[gl) overy part oi the body,   f"r Pr00,f that  w(' ('!in"'<"   Wl,un'1  '"'''   pri,-. r.-ewpamphielma lea free. THE wool
commends  Dodd's   Kidney  Pills to elvln. brightness to tii" eye aud color ll8art w th submarines und air craft,   taEDlCIN_CO.,T0-<ll'*.,0HT. (F.ia-.rlyVflaswr.
.,,  .,,,     ,. ���      . ,,.,        _. f��� ,,,= ���',,;���,i.,. ������,i n������     ' |and it Bhe wlii not discuss peace un-
All   Who   Suffer   From   Kidney   Dis- lo the ClieekB ami  lips. ..     ..    .        , ,���.���,.���,,    ,,���   r���ilr���i
Mrs. Jas. S. Francis, Oakwood, Ont, ����� this lias been piovel, the United
""' ' savs: "1 should have written loug ago States must reconcile Itself    to   the
Paisley,    Out.  -(Special).-"!     can to'tell whal  Or. Williams' Pink Pills I convict Ion that no turiiier |,c_llal s
ly recommend Dodd's Kidnev Pills did forme   hui I suppose it is bolter  W!"  ' '"'I' '' 0U1' submarine  war nnd
TKK NEW FRENCH REMEDY. N.1 N.? N.3
THERAPION S3yiffS.
(jrcatsuci ess. ci bes i iirohk weakkebs lost vigor
*���  VIM   KIDNEY    BLADDER   DISEASES   BLOOD   I'OISOH,
""* or MAIL Si. POST 4 CTS
neat of Agriculture, Ottawa, and re- to anyone suffering from pain in the late than never    In June, 1913 I had  n,��  s[ay*  '"' n'rlpea    will  protect  a   5JjVoW���_a'c"*S5 ..i.m��k*.ttii��" ra��iici"tv"if.M����3
inests for the report may be mailed  back," says  Mr. .las. A.  Bryce, well to go to an hospital for an operation sll'Pjn-^-var zone.' . Wi.oi^u^'i^^tl^
roe.    All Inquiries    regarding Insect  known  ami  highly respected  in  this  for female weakness. I was in the bos- ,"'*  '-���'-"���"���"'    luaxuniuan    iiaiuen,   is,HEwoa��oE.ii_siBr.BssipoRMoF easv to i��k��
od il or of ihe  Die Ziiknnl't.  a  wcklj    *|" |Jj p t�� A DIQ K|
get home.   Three weeks alter this [  PnJer ol  Berlin, founded by him  In ,���,���.,������_,
started for a trip to the Pacific coast,: -S8*-. was born in Berlin In 1881, and -��ihw
In the hope that my health would ��ur. received bis  education   In  that   city, ���	
Ipage in  Dodd's Almanac led tne    to  ther Improve    On the wav 1 stopped  *1,ere "u.'' ,u" llc' maile hls ,1,'"ul ln
literary circles
s.n   asp
LASTI1.0 CURB.
KHAnu*.' is os
IU ,Ll (.* M i '���(���. rACABlS.
A Real Asthma Relief. l)r ,T. D. Kel- ',?'leve ,hi" ,'"-v trouble came from my to visit a sister in Southern Alberta, "--f-J^J-B^IVer   the   iiseudonvm or
logg'sAs .a Remedy has never been *���",��-��" l u,,'"   a���Ueg0t,f "��X 0l'\mi on:-Jwlv">�� al l,er -I'ome (artera 35     ��'��� ��-}| .'" f",,^'1 ��� 3?" ^      ^
���iilM-rtiseil I.v ("ctr*iv.'"iiii sl'iienieuu Dodd's Kidney I'ills. Ilelore Ihey were .mile   drive.        was   completely   done   ,   p   ,,   ,'     ,     ',"'"*   .,,'',,    l,
l-   ��� 'his are   conserva ive   indeed' ao,lfl ' Wils fwii"^ as w'e11 as *���-      out.   1 found my sister ill. her baby   'f, l""1. fea  fss ���-,    wiUl   ",0, ^rA
whenTudgedby the  ures wiiich t per     "^ Kkl!'">' P!Ms wero Plainly having been horn tl.e week before. As ������� Vl^TLTS*.*f*X
.:        .          ' ., _��_n     .-.n., i,. ,,,,," 1.1,......   ......   ....  ,.../.   ,..    ,n i. ,1,    ,,.! '"i-    oo   ii.nii.  .nm ic.ii.e.-..-  miii   nis
a greal boon to me."
forms    I'-inpct ivii relief'imi i,-.rm-i'i I a greai ooou in me. there was  no one to help.  1  had lo
lorms.   i.Npici teat Kit! i and p.tm,''.-     r.   ...    ,-,,,���.,_ pn,. ������, ,uraMi��� nn      i.      ,.n,., ���,- ,���,    ,.i,ii,i  ���,,<!  ,m mn utterances   that  he  more ihan  once
ent benefit when you buy t is remedy     Dodds Kidney I ills act directly on  take    care ol  the child and do tlie .    tho KmD���-or,s .*������_,���������
ami you will not have cause fo,  dis-:'m kidneys.    By putting them  n con- usehod  work,  and  in    tne    three ��"���<    R"J ,'       ,"'��� ^ "I'M sp .as
app( nent. It gives p, rmauent relief M��**loni to do their proper work they ac-, weeks that  passed  before my sister gu.Mnded bv the Imnoria   will   and
in   many cases where other so-called compllsh    he cures so  regularly  re- took charge    I wus completely worn '*��' |     '  .   h   ' '��   t i��        ��    . .   I
remedies' hive utterly railed ported,    Healthy kidneys make pure  out, and again nearly ill.   However, I M'"lltl  tt''* 'i""1"'.'  Obliged to seek
remedies iwo utterly failed. ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ���.,,���',,.,, L,,,'^,,, 0"Bnlv vve3lward trip, and de- a BtesAer  freedom  In  Swiss  neutral-:
Use Glass Bottom Boats ' I""'"   >'l"<"'   cursing   through their elded lo stop off ut Banff, where 1 re-j ��>'- J���T* ZhZm'  ' ���
A  TREATISE
on tho
HorsB~Ye%$?' f
FREE! la����l
..���yri��
Dr. If. S. Ingli.;, a Canadian army
Burgeon, who arrived on the Ancho.'l
Liner Canieronia from Liverpool, declared that he had knowledge of the
capture in British nets of seventeen
German submarines.
Doctor Inglis told how the
one ot Ihem had been found
death after it hud been towed ashore.
Doctor  Inglis   said     he   had   been   allowed to descend Into the submai no
and had seen the bodies,    "T ���   ���
them from death by suffocatlo t,"
lie said, "the admiral had shot all his
men and then himself apparen .   "
lliu lor  Illglls  added   thai   til ���   111 ll
Ish are now making use of glass bottom boats With  mere or less BU
in scouting for submarines In
junction  wilh    a   hydroplan i    Heel.
The glass used, he said. gl\   -  i ,;.���.,-
veins can laugh at nine-tenths of the} maluetl a week, but it did not seem j ls UB,**g I"
ills of life. to help me, and 1 resumed my jour-l
        .      ney.  on the train i took sick, and Deafness Cannot Be Cured;
Caller���So your son Willie has got could not eat, and as I was alone lllj . ,,.,. ,(C.,| nPp|jcniioiis, us Uiev cniiuol rcadi Hie
o .job as office boy. How Is he gel-j condition was pitiable. Finally the I diseased portion of the cur, There Is onty oneway
ting on? porter wired ahead to North Bend tori !"Sef"rD'^
Fond   Mother -Splendidly:     lie   al-  a doctor to see me.   The doctor want-  coudltionnf HieiiiucoubllaluarorilicI'listnchfan
.'��� j iv.idy   knows  who ought  lo  be  dis- ed me to leave the train and go to n  Tube./wiien this lube Is infliiined yiu imvc n
charged, and is merely waiting to get   hospital, bul 1 determined to continue  j V * 's"',! ,"* J J*. tf* V''-'i! ��'.'���. t' "i - ^" dm''-''i-'iip"w'"!!i"'ind
promoted so that he can attend to it.   my journey lo Vancouver.    The medi-   miieiw liie hiflamiilloii can be taken out ami this
  cine' the doctor gave liie did not help ; tube restored lo ii* normal condition, licarln.
Millard's Liniment Relieves Neural* j me, and  I   was getting  worse all  111-''".'!',.!,'';Ju'm'o'Jni"7.iii"h''i*'m,UiiVi"1 imi'.','" :
(jia. time.    And then a young mail who had   lullaiiicd condition of i'he mucoiis surfai-cs,
ii: ��� opposite bei'lll asked mo If 1 would'    Wc will .he one   lluiulred  Dollars [or any
Iry Dr. William,' Pink Pills and gave. l'^^"ll,!,V'l|l"l'''^.X'7''aia',i;''"m''.' "'il!'iid'"i��'i
me a box he had.   I used these and the circulars free    ' I
poller got me two more boxes, and by i   j eiii;\i;\ ft CO., Tomido, 0.
the time l reached my journey's end I     soijiu iiiunglsis, v.'c.
was reeling some better.    I stayed two     Take Hall's I'niiillj I'ills for coiutlnalloii.
mouths on Hie const,   and continued
up the  idea  ol  go'.
IWcolfcrfrcethlsbookl
J that tolls yen about L
I iiuiiiy of llio disetisusl
Inulictlnff Jiorses nud|
I how to treat tliuui.
KENDALL'S
SPAVIN CURE   .
| Is a safe and rollablo remedy, 'twill*
���uro Itlugbone, Splint, _nd oilier bouy
1 enlurge_ienl8,   It. !*��� also a rollablo re*
I ln-'dy for I 'inlis, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts I
I and Lnmcuesfi. It does the work safely f
I and ul feinall expense. 1
I Kead what James M. Thompson. Praser 1
Mills,B.C., writesi "Xlndtysen-lmeone |
| ofyourl-orsebooks, I have a Veterinary
book wliicli I pui J $-. (pr, but 1
believe l can (jet mnresatisfac* I
tiouoiitel Kendall'sTreatiie I
on Ihr Horse." t #  I
Kenditlt's Spavin Cure is I
sola al a uniform prlca I
of Si.oo a batll,*. 6 |
for I-.on.   If you
cannot -ret it or
our tree book I
at your local I
*trti������i*t write I
Kendall's
Is Horse
Insuranca to2
Dr. B. I.Kendall Co.
��no,bur? IV,, l,'/no/it
o.a.A.
"She has givi
ting   a  divorce."
"I thought she was determined."
"Determined.   She   had her   court
��� ������.- os picked
"Did lie win her back?"
"Xo; Bhe heard that alimonies wero .taking' Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ail that I May Set standard for Canada Wool
not h"ing worn as large as formerly   time.   I had gained In weight aud ap*     Oeorge T. Willlngmeyer, In charge
oraVv'-.t     '"'' '"'|,:" "    '       '''   '"'"""" :i ranee, and when I started for home  of  the  si p  and  goals  division  ot ;     ""
'���'  ''        I I fell better than I had done for years,  the federal livestock branch, Oltuwa, Might be Dangerous
     ~  ""   ~ ~'       Miller's Worm Powders do not need 'Nov. I always keep Dr. Williams' Pink  recently  declared  in  Vancouver thai i    ,\ sentrv In tlio dead of night had
the after-help of castor oil or any pur* puis in ihe house, and both my bus* wool will shortly havi a standard |evei'8(- |.(s rifle at lho chauffeur of
gallve to complete their thorough] ess, band and my yo ing daughter have set for it instead of being sold "flat" ��� ��� s|.U'f ,.,,,.' booause the car had not
because they sro thorough In them* boon benefited by their use. I blessing was tho case all over Canada a M|0',>j���.(i instantly on challenge some-
selves. One dise ot'^ them, and | the day lhal young man on the Iraln little time ago. The present aim w*,ere In France "I'll have a word
"icy will lie found palatable by gave nn bis box of pills, otherwise I of the development is lo standardize ���,-,-, vou VIHi'nK teller" said the Irate
all children, will end the worm trouble  mlglil    never have tried them,   nml: the  whole  of the  wool  produced in.arlver   "Allow me to inform you that
">' m;',ici"�� lliosiol i and bowels un*  would havo .-'.    I n an invalid.'' Canada. this car can't be stopped in less than
tenable to the parasites. And not only     Vou can get Ur. Williams'Pink Pills     lie U further of the   opinion that I t-tt'enty yards    It you go shoving that
tills, bul the powders will he ceitain  from  my medicine dealer or by mail,: instead of lhe limited  production of rifle of v'ours In people's faces  some-
to exert mosl beneficial Influences In nl 50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.80 w-ool in this country, Canada .liould    ���' ...ui .���. Bi10t before this war's
'the digestive organs. .from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  care for not only her own wants but  oyer!"
Brockvllle, Out, havo   a large   Quantity for export.      ' '  ,	
   lie    considers there is    room for a
because the entire system
becomes permeated with
injurious acids.
To relieve rheumatism Scott's
nmulsion is a double help; it is
rich in blood-foodi it imparts
strength to the functions and supplies the very oil-food that rheumatic conditions always need.
Scott's Emulsion has
helped countless thousands
when other remedies failed.
Refute lolerior Substitutes.
Enjoys Seciun Them Shiver
A  [Crouch  hospital nurse who was]
.lohn
ut up at Valenciennes on August 26
1914, and who managed to cscapo al
tiie end of lasl September, gives some
plain facts of the behavior of German
'roops there. I	
One day  Major Kinlzel announced i
his intention or having un execution   Cj ^
of French  newsvendors.   Tlm   mrsa   i^jr'\jt>
ventured to ask him: "Do yon ei ioyl
sentencing all these people io   ��� ill   "i
"Well, I do enjoy seeing these im
and women shivering and shaking b
I.e. French have gained four: great  Increase!   iu    the    number  of i
li und red '..'tors iron: the enemy
'.untie -How splendid! That should
help io put a slop to those dreadful
giu-attacks!   Tlt-Blts.
sheep.
Mothers can easily know when their
Children are troubled with worms, and
they lose no tini" in applying tlie best
' ' j of remedies ��� Mother    Graves1  Worm
r-r_���ul���tet.l Eyelids,! Exterminator.
Dyes inflamed l>y expo-1 	
���in cm San, Oust and IVIni'     Mess Cook���'Ere, Bill, next lime you
Sp��/.    #���*���-, 'l"i-kly relieved by Murlmj send up a crate of chickens see lhal j against.'
LvV K"i '_*"( t ye Remedy. NoSnurtine,  they don't get loose.   I've spent hours I
Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Dandruff.
"Ex-Congressman Flub wants a Utile write-up," remarked tho magazine
publisher, "What shall we suy about
him?"
"What did he over do?"
"Nothing."
"Say he upheld the best traditions
of congress.   That means little, for or
just Kye Comfort,   ^u I scouring  tlle  neighborhood  and  only
HOME TREATMENT.   Describe year disease,
and write (er free book aad teatiowaials.
W. N. U. 1095
tore   me   and turning   green In the I Vour Drujrglit't 5t)c per Bottle. Murine Eft been able to find ten,
face when 1 tell them I am going to  MveiaTubei25c. ForBoakolllieEyefreeask      Orderly���L'sit, '10rb, 'tish, 1 only sent | THe Canada cancer institute, .mm.
have them shot." iprugguu oi Hurloe-yeHemtdyCo.,���blca|*�� I yei' six. M cmurchill avi.. tohont.- _SS
THE   REVIEW,   COURTK'KYv   B. C.
CLOSER RELATIONS WITH BRITAIN
AND THE OVERSEAS DOMINIONS
PLAN WELDING OF THE EMPIRE AFTER THE WAR
Rider Haggard is Making a World Tour Willi the Objecl
Investigating llic Opportunities for Empire Building ui
The Conclusion of the War
Sir Kider Haggard has left England mi a lrip around the world, wl'it
u mission from the Royal Colonial In-
atItuto in Invesllgalo the chances of
empire-building after the war. His
plan, backed bj lhe Instttulo and Its
Important officials, including Lord
ciir/on, is to preveni llic emigration
to foreign counirlps of soldiers uml
tllelr families aile. ihe war. nnd Ll
direct steady streams of Ulnae war
veterans lo lho British colonics
Soulh Vl'rica, Anslrnli.l, New "Joiiiaud,
Canudu, and lbs inimj insular colonies
- thus recruiting the population wilh it
amid'  .unl Intelligent class, uml hold-
It
llic
ing ihem w iihin tin
llll OKI   Pill
nl.   which   i
lhe    Molhoi
dominion
nm
gel
overs
erncj
llritish empire.
io of lhe Imperlii
-neks    to bind  lc
r   i'ikiii 1 rj and III
into a \asl conl'ei:
From Dream to Reality
Aviation no Longer Considered Exper
Imental, but an Actual Factor in
Modern Public Service
Aeroplane mull
recogui.ed bj il
Poslinnsicr-tlenorai
aeroplanes    i h
vlii'd to leader on carrying lho mails
mi sonic Important consl routes. The
niiiloiincod objects ol lhe Innovation
are the Improvenienl of lho service
and iho di velnpmcill of the science
of nvliitlon, Ono route selected In
Southern lliiHsnoliusolts, from New
Bedford ueross lliizzard's Hay and
Nnnlucltcl H I to Nantucket, Mop
tarrying   i
I'niieil
ami    ni;i;
Iropiancs
: now
Slates
ers   of
arc in-
Mobilizc Britisii Women
Big Government  Scheme to  Care for
A.ric.ltLir.l  Needs ol the
Nation
The London Dally Nt ��... gives some
details of the governnieni. plana lo
organize a recruiting campaign for
women to til! the soil.
ii is proposed to issue an annlel to
women willing to undertake farm
work, and dial Ihey will be entitled
to wear n special uniform.
Every  village will  be canvassed  by
woman's committees, and all who volunteer will lie registered and given
un armlet and uniform, which consists
of ;i coat, stout boots, skirl and gaiter.-.
Already .50,000 men have been
withdrawn from lhe field of agriculture, and ii Is anticipated thai a further 100,000 w ill be h'.-i in this occupation. I'rnctleally only the shue"p
herders, ploughmen and others who
arc Indispensable will remain,
li is ossein in] thai nn army' or al
loasl  100 000 women bo mobilized.
PLANS TO LEND ASSISTANCE TO
BELGIUM SAID TO BE A FAILURE
SIR EDWARD GREY GIVES THE REASONS FOR THIS
Hriiish Governnieni (
Be Maintained,
The
aintint Agree 1 hal Belgian
While German) Continue
Countrj nf Its Resources
Industries
in Drain
Can
Are Busy Making Zepps
One or Two  Big  Aircraft Are Turned
Out Each Week on Swiss Border
The Berlin papers publish stories of
the Zeppelin developnieni from n
Swiss source, according to which thousands of expert mechanics employed
works turn
"Frightfolness"   Has  Failed
Whal is the objecl of "rightfulness?
Obviously to affright, io weaken, lo
create awe of the fi'lgblener, Uul the
Germans musl know bj this time lhal
iheir  campaign  of  frlglilfulness  has
pinj
.alio
I�� i
i  ;,i
o
While
literal''
sides a
llgitri
juslh
if
Of  his
Norfolk and u Btudeni
settlement,    unemployment,
iiiui'c. and this qualllicallon
choice us commissioner,
go llrsl io South Africa, then
in the Snails Settlements,
New Zealand, and will he in
d Klales ami Canada nesl
from ihe Pnclllc
mih
lowed  for the
trips    pel'    Wee
four slimmer
Ij nips dnt-in
1 year,    The
pound
arrlvli
there
banks,
banks
limes
week
'"alias
.Nome.
to
ol
.'*> miles,
Tanana,
week,    a
required
1181   mih*.
.",  miles,
Idilarod,  380
;r routes, set
s iis  to  hour
Joel   to   lendei
open-1
bange of j '"��� awarded when the bids are
icil in May and October next.
The deflnlteness of the deparlmen
I iai demands shows that aviation
no longer regarded as nebulous, ex-
; perimental, or uncertain,  bul  as an
actual  factor in    modern  public ser-
. vices.     From    the   vague    stage  of
scientific   Inquiry,  aerial    navigation
'has become in a few years the sub*
' ol  'he  i ii I
England, h
the  peace
home tiiwi
on  land  s
nnd agrlc
led   lo   hi
lie will
eastward
Australia
the I'nil
summer or full
to the Atlantic.
"I nm going lo inquire," said Sir
Rider, "Into the possibilities of the
Hriiish empire, with reference to land
settlement and employment of ex-service men after the war. II is obvious
thai, (luring ihe turmoil and
conditions resulting from so great
Struggle, a large number of men will j
become dissatisfied with their former
employ mem.
"1 am going merely to Inquire and
report and to form my own conclusions from whal I see. That, I think,
is a useful work, since it is foolish to
put off such investigations iill the war
ends, when there would bo greal difficulty in dealing with (lie matter. Indeed, the problem of land settlement
is one which cannot lie tackled in a
hurry. My conclusions will be embodied in my report to ihe Royal colonial Institute, and perhaps in a book
on the landed and other resources of
Hie empire." Referring to the class
of war veterans who would go out lo
replenish lhe colonial empire, Sir Rider said: "Such men ns ate being considered as possible emigrants would,
of course, taken as a whole, be of the
very highest class, soldiers nnd sailors
who had been under discipline and
shown themselves lo posses the best
qualities of manhood. Any porl ion of
the colonies should be proud lo see
such men and their womankind arrive
as an addition to their population, and
I am quite sure many parts of the
empire will welcome Ihem. There is
another thing 1 am sure will resull,
thar. the empire will cease to be so
fond of admitting Germans and other
foreigners within its gales, and will
prefer  lo slick  to  Anglo-Saxons."
National Characteristics
There  have  been  no  miracles  in I
this war except us each of the com*
biit.inl nations have lived up in supreme  fashion to iis  national  character    and  repulalion.     From    tier-!
many    were   expected   extraordinary i
preparation,    good   leadership    and ,
ruthless    determination    and    self-
sacrifice, and in lhc.se are found Ihej
secrets    of    Herman    achievements.
From   Prance   were   expected   initial :
blundering       and       disorganization,
splendid  courage,    good    leadership story is made
and  readiness  for  self-sacrilice.  and |    Some of thesi
these Franco has shown.  Russia hasjdred   feet  high,
been   Russia���ineffective   in   sustained offensive,   splendid   on Hie defence,    receiving terrific blows without succumbing,    England  has been
England,   prepared on the sea, unprepared   on land, muddling, quarrelling, resolute Under adversity, growing
stronger with lime.   New York Post.
Intervening islands, In
s. Two hours are a I
Hip. Thirteen return
li ate required I'or the
months,  and   siv   week
a ihe remainder of tho
wcighi    limit,  is  3,000
i noi terrified
I Nobody I hen
; war he given
1 me marauilin
country goes
ness, exactly
England, i like
s, and lhe hours of starting and
are specified. In Alaska
routes from Valdez lo Fair-
aud from Fair-
Ill- miles, three
service twice u
from   Tanana    to
b; from Kallag to
and   from  Seward
niles.     These     and
forth wiih definite*
and   weights,   are
the contracts  to
tho  peop
lias proposed thai the
up because of what fui-
;��� Zeppelins may do. The
ca'inly aboul lis busies It' Zeppelins did no:
exist, und the only sentiment inspired
by the Kaiser's dirigibles Is one of Indignation and loathing. Making wnr
on women ami children Is what they
cull it in England.- Providence Journal.
An American View
The     U.S.   Needs   the   Friendship   of
England  and  France
P. li. Taylor, of the t'nlversity of
Pittsburg, writing n. the editor of the
New York Times, says:
The   president   has   announced   he
the Frloderiohshiif
om one or two alrsh
The trial flights over
neighborhood never
noise of tho motors \
daily ami nlghtlj
Mashach Motor W
plainly heard far ii
I'he Zeppelin    trial
I'Vi'I'l     Well
Loll
e    111
Inch are
:<l       the
iirks    mo
to   Swilz
Itlghts in
military manoeuvres, The
of the airship has under"
mince
d  Hu
tested
great
,��� be
rliiml.
��� now
shape
Tin plan of aiding Belgium to fe? I
l . ."-. i: ly rt habilitating the Industrie- of the country under control Of
tin I mt ri' an commission for n lei It
Belgium, has failed, according io a
.,'... . rltten bj Sir Edward Gri y, tin
i ���:��� li rorelgn * cretary, to M. Hymens, ii-" Belgian mtnisti r ni London,
In ,, .. i be Germane ihus far hat ���
failed to reply to tho reqm for
guarantees that raw materials and
manufactured goods will not be _eiz-
ed by lhe occupying am li -.
Tin Amerb an reilef con..:.. -;. .
some time ago proposed thai i ertaln
bin is of non-contraband raw man i
should be permitted to pass through
the British blockade Into Belgium
goods  manufactured from then: to bi
elldi
nnd
is     visible,
within   Hie   '
armor plated
rer,
si
a I'
ll re
11:
is ready to fight to preserve the full
liberties of American trade, and Con-
.' gressnian .Mann says he considers
I war witli England more probable
; ihan war with-Germany.
j Have these leaders slopped to think
I of the consequences of it war with tin
I entente?    If the presenl  war Is car
pect   of    governmental     lenders     hy
practical  men  of business    Cost  of I
manufacture ami operation is counted    wiili    the systematic regularity
long  established    In  oilier  carrying
services.    Fuel    consumption,   rules'
of speed, types of construction, and j
methods of operation ara considered
wiih  careful    regard to detail.    The I
new century   has witnessed tlie conquest    of air,   bul   the   problem   of!
distributing    ihe    products    of  the
growing multitude   of   useful   Inventions     remains     unsolved.���Toronto
iGlobo.
A Palace of Salt
inly end
German
Must be Agreement
There   must   he   commercial   agree-1
meni between ourselves, the Dominions and  ihe Allies.    There    is one j
main  weapon  wliicli  such  an  agreement would  create   tariff   arrangements in benefit the products of our
friends and  to penalize those of our j
enemies.   T_ a confernca designed lo;
form such an agrcmenl. Ureal  Britain j
alone would com" with empty hands.
She would, under her presenl   fiscal
policy,  hme nothing wiih  which  to
help the mule of her kinsmen and her
friends, nothing with which lo harm
lhe trado of    her    enemies.    London
Tim >S,
The Court of Last Resort
The New Jersey board of education
has made lhe solemn ruling lhal a boy
does not have to wear a collar at
school if he doesn't want to. Hui lhe
comfort thus conferred upon juvenile
life is merely psychological. Unless
New .lersey is vastly different from
most oilier States, the boy will soon
learn that his mother in Ihe court of
last resort in lhe matter of wearing n
collar, and the decision of Hie board
of education is iikely to be overruled.
Walls of the Mines of Wieliczka Glitter Like Diamonds
In Galicia seven miles from (lie ancient city of Cracow around which the
warring Prussians and Russians are
light ing for supremacy, is located the
famous sail mine of Wieliczka.
The mine lias been actively worked
over since its discovery, almost seven
hundred years ago. Al the present
time the excavations reach a depth of
more than a thousand feet.
The descent into the mine is made
by shafts and staircases.   The latter,!
being   carved entirely   of rock salt, I
sparkle so brilliantly thai one feels nt
each slop us though he were treading
upon crystal glass.    Before    reaching j
lhe bottom of Ibis great cavern  ii   is |
necessary to travel over many of tiiese
beautiful stairways, for the mine
Wieliczka   is  divided   Into  Ihree  distinct compartments called fields: each
field consists of seven stories and ea
- up of several chambers.!
chambers are a bun*
a  hundred  feel   long j
and eighty feel  wide.    They are left
in the process of excavation, and when
any addition   is    required   il   is  buill I
witli salt  and  water.    Masses of salt
are piled one upon another and water
is thrown over them dissolving n por-l
Hon of lhe suit, which nils up the crevices.   When ihe water evaporates it |
leave:, u solid mass.   Columns of sail I
are left  to suppori  the roof.
As there are no springs nl so greal j
depth, the air is very dry. and everything is kept ill the mosl perfect slate
of preservation.
One of lhe largest chambers is used
as a ballroom where gayly dressed
men ami women gild over lhe smooth,
shining floor to the strains of Straus's
"Beautiful Blue Danube", waltz.
in another chamber the nobles of
Austria and Iheir friends sometimes
iiltend banquets. On ihese occasions,
when lhe light falls upon the walls,
ceiling and pillars, ihe Immense room
looks litis u palace curved out of aquamarine.
Bul Hie mosl wonderful thing in Hie
great salt mine of Wieliczka is the
chapel of St. Anthony, where the floor.
walls, ceiling, altar, niches, pedestals
and slalues are all of solid salt, yel
everything is so translucent that a
torch held behind one of the statues
shows light tlirougli Us thickest part.
When the chupe.l is lighted everything
in It sparkles us though si milled wiih
countless diamonds.���I.. O. Randall, in
Harper's Weekly.
Wilh the developnieni of (he age we
cradle neither grain nor buhles any
longer.
rled io a conclusion ii can
wiih tiie destruction of th.
navy and the Krupp works, and woi
know that ihe czar expects it to lust
i wo oi' three years longer. The square
miles of factories which are continually being added to lhe Russian and
English munitions plants my based on
this calculation. Win n peace comes
in Europe the entente and Japan will
probably have 15,000,000 men under
arms and Ihey would welcome u quarrel wliicli would lessen their dents by
$40,000,000,000. Il would be easier
for Great. Britain to operate iu New
England than at. Salonikl or Xnc.t.
Each of ihe four European powers
could hind 200,000 men every ten days,
while Japan, with her standing army
of 1.0(1(1,0(10 and her population over
71,000,000, all trained by tlie German
system, could operate from Hawaii
and employ an Indefinite number.
If I  wore an  Englishman l  would
favor such a war.    Hy remaining silent  during  ilie   invasion
the American government lias shown
approval  of  a   nation  going out   for
plunder, or a "place in the sun," so
why .should  not   Englishmen  do  it?"
The allies have been  far less rnth-
less in modifying    International law
than   we  were   fifty  years  ago.    and
have  done   nothing   which  could  not.
be explained by precedenl or a worse
act  on lhe pari  of ihe Germans, yet
wo  have  written   them    note    after
note,    and  always   aboui    American
dollars.   When the Germans strewed
fi floating mines over Hie .North Sea we
J said never   a  word,    lint  when  England warned us   of the danger we
|. i shouted,  "England    has  closed
I North   Sen   to  American   trade!
the good-will of Germany mean:
: ill-will of Hie allies, then it is i:
I un we cannot afford.
Never was the Republic in gr
danger, and safety lies noi ii
I feeble attempts a' preparedness
i in iiie friendship of tlle French
I English people. There is no llmi
j lose, because
countries mm
change since tho firsi  lypes appear
1 ed.    H  is much longer and
i wo  gondolas  hang    lower
connecting  gangway
Is   probably   hidden
body,
The gondolas are armor plated and
Carry at least  six machine guns uml
several   larger  pieces    of    artillery.
i The  piatform    formerly    noticed  on
top of tlie balloon, has disappeared.
The airships show   a metallic shine
extending over one-fifth of the  whole
hody.    Evidently    ihe  envelope    or
pnris of it. are metallised hy a newly
; discovered process.    Tho steerlii.c
I [in nii us   is   much   simplified   nnd
jdtieed  in  size,  while  ihe motors
greatly enlarged.
Interesting    descriptions    of
.warlike manoeuvres of ihe Zepii
; are    given;    Iheir ability of ascending, descending   uml turning having
; been   astonishingly    Improved.    Noi
I oven   the   noise   or   lhe    motors   can
drown   tlie  sharp  crack  ol  machine
guns rattling away thousands of feet
.over    the  lake.    Sometimes  an   airship  .suddenly  disappears entirely  In
a  cloud  of    vapor    emanating from
lit:; own  body.    If the atmosphere is
the  leasi   foggy lhe airship becomes
absolutely    Invisible.    Therefore    it
is   nol   surprising   Hull     ibe   English !
filers  have  failed  to  discover them.  '
Only the brightest moonlight may re-
veai  on airship ai   night,  while sudden   darts    from   its  own    powerful
searchlights  make  concealment    impossible.    There is  much  discussion I
aboul     the    new    aerial    torpedoes
which   are    said     to  be  destined
play  an   important   part  in  the
raids.
i great | re-exported. It was proposed that t. ���
balance of trade thus created In tavi
of Belgium should be invested in food,
thus pulling the population so far as
possible upon a self-supporting basis
and al the same time checking the
growing demoralization due to long
unemployment. Sir Edward Grej -
letter ui the Belgian minlsti :��� follows
"Dear  .Minister. During    the   last
few  mouths you have represent! I I
in,- frequently the condition ol b
tries in that part of Belgium i c I
by tlie i netny and  trie : eed  tor Import of raw  material, if those lutr:*-
tries were lo be saved from ruin an.!
universal unemployment and distress
pri .1 Died.
"1   now   enclose   a   memorandui
which  shows  the  true   uai
1 should add that the qu> -' i
'
ins ��� bere dealt  with  is entire!      llsl i
from the Importation of food it  0
lo Belgium by the relict committee, as
to which the attitude i : :
governmi nt     remains   that   r
slated   to   parliament   thai   tlie   governnieni will facilitate the work of the
' en.mission as long and insofar a- ;.
work    is carried on  und'r adequate
neutral  supervision  completed    nde-
pi ndenl   of German  i ontri!.  a   I
compliance with condition -
from  time  to time  bj   bis
.i.e. i rnuictit.
Signed) "E. GREY."
The memorandum referred to by �� r
Edward Grey is In pari as
"li is understood thai there ia a
strong feeling among the Be rian.
that the Industrial distress of Belgium
to be attributed solely to the action
n, , t j of the allied governments in preventing imports, and it often contends:
that this action does not appreciably
harm  Germany,  while  it involves  a
..    j mos: painful loss to Hie people of o ::'
the !
the
lo
Ily,
The memorandum then explains
that the Britisii government cannot
agree  lhat  Belgian  Industry can  be
Democracy and the Empire
The  old  sullen  pretence  thai
working man has no Interest  in
empire because he has no possessive
share  in  it, dies a natural death  in
these stirring limes, when  from the(mamlafned  in  the  present    cfrcum-
lances  without a very considerable
j benefit io Great Britain's enemies and
w-itbout involving a postponement o_
! Belgian  independence.
I    iiut the government, it says, ;s fully
j Impressed with tiie necessity of sup-
Iporting tiie Belgian population.    For
this reason it has supported the com-
.   i mission for relief in Belgium and per-
.   . ,  "S..n   milted export trado from Belgium un-
tlie minds oi the English people. lie .,r ,.,,.,_���_ ,,nn(liljons. Mso w ma
tusk will never be easier than in he reason .,,��� mpmo aMg the g0,e;-r.-
days when iho remembrances or the _,._, ���_���,. months ago asserted Its
war and the great rally of tho empire w1111ngnese lo consider proposals for
mo fresh m the minds ol men. We|the importation of ra.v materials into
shall l hen see thai even a democracy i Bel-lum through Hie agency and ur.-
Whlch iu the nasi has been ill taught ,,,,.. !hf. gimrantees of tne relief com-
concerning ihe greal  problem of em-'
reds of thousands men who have no*
tbing to gain by the sacrifice they are
of" Belgium imaking for ihe empire,  hm  lhe reward   of an  approving patriotic eon-
science.    In   less  dramatic  ways,   in
Ihe Infusion into popular education of I
fads and sentiments and impressions I
concerning their kinsfolk beyond lhe I
sea, the ideal will need to be
the
'     If
tiie
lux-
tater
cur
but
and
10
public opinion In those
I     not     he   allowi ii   to
plre
wort!
nize
alloc.
Tin
cun    notwithstanding   respond
to the invitation to
place in the groat
e Times of India.
I'ecilgll-
inherlt-
Raises Alcohol Tax
Austrian government has raised
Icohol eight cents a litre.
! tn :*��� - ion.
"The undertakings demanded from
the Germans in connection with this
! si ..' me," Ibe memo continues, "were
'simple. They wore to permit the free
Importation of raw materials and the
'export ot manufactured goods made
j from such materials through the relit t commission. They were to respect
the lax on
making the third increase since the|and make free from all embargo or
beginning of the war. The tax now requisition any stocks of similar raw
amounts to fifty coins a line. The materials or manufactured goods stiii
Auslro-llungarlan    governnieni     has   remaining in the country.   They were.
crysiaiizi
nguliisi
lis
agreed in increase Hie pay of army
officers Iwenly per cent, after the conclusion of the war.
Protecting the Young Forests
1
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A fire-guard cut nrro-.i a section of a Dominion Forest Reserve. There it
not. much timber in sight', but considerable young growth is coming on
and requires careful guarding from fire.
in general, to treat any factory thus
supplied by the commission as enjoying lhe same privileges and Immunity
as one of tne commissions ware*
liousi s."
T;.e plan was submitted to tin. German authorities at Brussels by the
relief commission four months ago,
lull although inquiries were made no
reply of any kind was received from
the Germans.
Ti.e memo then accuses the Germans of a deliberate plan not to enter
into any agreemnt of the proposed'
kind until ihey have taken "the last
ounce of native stocks of raw materials or manufactured goods which,
can be of use to them, and till they
have been able to create such widespread destitution as to force a requisite amount of Belgian labor to enii-
I grale to Germany or take employ-
Iiniii'. ie. Belgian works controlled by
them tor their own purposes."
"Should these objects be gained,"
continues ihe memo, "tbey will doubtless express readiness to make an
arrangement, so that the country.
oner it is fully drained of its resources, may be restocked. Before
that time has arrived ihis Gorman
policy should, therefore, be fully expose..'."
Ever*
of then
dog has his day. though somo
should lie giicn thirty days. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A  Weeky   Newspaper,   Pubished   at
Courteuay, H. C,
N. II. Bodkn, Editor und Proprietor
Subscription $1.50 per Vear  in  Advance
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, I9ifi
Aid.   Keiton's   ���niggO'Slion  ilia:
gravel   instead  of plank   walks be I
liuilt in the orclinrd seems to be one
imi id be liglith thrown aside   Provided the walk is raised sufficiently
Owing to the inclement weather
the 102nd Batt band concert last
niulit was not us well attended as
the excellent program ne provided
warranted. The band is a really
good (me, nnd the other artistes
acquitted themselves very creditably, enl. Warden occupied the
chair. Following was the program;
Overture, the orchestra ; duett.
Soldiers and Sailors,1' Corpl.
Kirby and Pte Daly ; song, Pte.
[McNnught; sun;:, Cpl Bush ; s-oug
'to.  Daly ;   selection,   orchestra ;
niig,   Sergt.' M.iji'i     laui(' :    band
high tn drain  properly  it  will
dauct
Pte,
and
Simmers
Pie  Mi
quintette ;
,,                                    ,, Duet,   Mi;
swer the purpose nunc as  \u-ll as .    .    ,       ,,..	
,       ',    '         '.-ni     i     , Nntight band selections. ' licd.uicc
WOOd, .'ind as  he COS   will be about      ,.,,,, 	
..',,, ,.   , ,,    .,     which lo hiwed was a   merry  oue
oik  hllli thai nl woodt n walks the
whole orchard may be dune within
| which followed was a   merry
and was thoroughly enjoyed.
the estimate of $21 0,
Anglican Services
for Holy Week and Easier
April i6th, Palm Sunday, S, Johns
Courtenay 1 8.30 Holy Communion,
S Andrews, Sandwick, 11 a, in..
Matins and Holy Coillllltiuiou ; S.
Johns, 7,30 p in. Evensong ; S.
Marys. Grantham, 2.;," pin
Good Friday", April 21st; S. Andrew's Morning; Prayer 11 a.m.; S.
John's, Lantern Mission service, 8
p.m.
Easter Day: S, John's Holy
Holy Communion 8 a,m, ; S. Andrew's, Matins and Holy Communion 11 a.in. ; S. Mary's Grantham
Holy Communion 930 a.m.; S.
John's, Children's service at 3 p.in
and Evensong at 7.30 p.m.
On Good Friday at the evening
service at S John's the hymns and :
service as well as the address will
be illustrated by lantern views. No
books will be needed. The collec- j
tion will be given to help mission ' fitted up the cabin at the back of
work amongst th* Jews. All are the creamery as an office and board
welcome. : room.
Dr. Edward Roberts, Veterinary
Surgeon, has located in Courtenny,
A number of prominent dairymen
requested Dr. Toltuie Head, Provincial Inspector, to recommend a
niau for ihis district, and lie tin-*
hesitatingly recommended Dr, Roberts, who is a graduate of Toronto
Veterinary College, also a postgrad uare of Kansas City College.
Dr. Roberts is no stranger to this
district, having lived and worked in
Cumberland about 20 years ago. be- j
fore qualifying as a Veterinary stir-
geoil, He has since practised ill
Vancouver and Victoria, A dist-
tiet so large as this where dairying
is the principal business of the
ranchers, needs the services of a
vetriuarian, and il is now up to the
farmers to let him look niter their!
stock if they expect him to stay in
our midst. Dr, and Mrs. Roberts
have tuken up their residence on \
Isabel strtet in one of Mr. Fech-1
ner's cottages,
The Creamery  Association have
WARDEN'S WARRIORS
Composed by Privates E. Davis and F. Pliipps, No. 1 Company
(Tune���Tulip and Rose)
1 used to walk the sidewalk ot a good old It. C. town,
There was a man came down his lace was bronzed and lirown,
He tohl us how King George was calling each to do his share
He offered us a uniform to wear.
He told us how the call had gone lar over land and sea,
And when 1 heard that speaker's words,
I saiil "Why thai means me.
Chorus -
Now we wear the Indian, the Ued Faced Indian,
We wear it with pride and joy,
That hike advertiser, Old Billy the Kaiser
Shall near Irom each B, C. boy.
Where trouble is brewing our bit we'll be doing
To hummer down Britain's Iocs,
With the brass band aluuniug, the 102 coining
1'ioui the land where the Maple beaf grov/s.
And when we've put the Kaiser where lie cannot ride or roam,
We'll heal it straight lor home across the raging loam,
Where every pretty girl we meet will greet us with a smile,
They'll not forget, but wait lor us awhile.
And never were such lassies so sweet, so fair, so true,
A welcome warm as sunshine waits the boys when we get through.
Chorus���
And when for King ami Country we shall all have done our bit
Ami safe at home we sit, when Kaiser Itill has quit,
We'll tell how sons of Canada lor Country did aud dared,
And that Colonel Warden's gamecocks shared.
And though the years may lind our boys in (ar and distant lands
lu memory how often we shall clasp our comrades hands.
Chorus���
We have been fortunate in
securing the exclusive agency
in this district for the Individual Ladies' Tailoring Co.,
and we are now showing
The   New
Spring and Summer
Styles and Fabrics
of
Individual Ladies'
Tailoring
Tailor-Made
Suits, Coats, Skirts
to your measure
All   Garments  are
guaranteed for
Fit,   Style, Quality
CUMBERLAND
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
EASTER HOLIDAYS
Good going April 19, 21 and 24, return
limit Apl, 25; fare and one-fifth for round trip
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Victoria and  Way  Stations
RETURN ING---Arrives at Courtenay at
16:10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Steamship tickets en all lines to all parts
of the world.  For particulars etc., address
L. D. CHETHAM
Di��t. PMitn-ier Agtnt, Victoria
D. B. NICKERSON
Ac"nt Courtenajr, Phone R60
" Shorty " Saunders is away on
a two week'*! trip to the prairies,
where lie is purchasing some laud.
A correspondent asks us the
meaning of the word "pecker".
It's an obi English saying or phrase
to keep ones spirits up.
A meeting of the Courtenay Pat.
riotic Society will be held in tlie
City Hull on Wednesday evening
next at 8 o'clock. A full attendance of members is requested.
Will the parly who has the liook
"Witue.*s for the Defence" by A.
E. Mason, belonging to the Wo*
mens Institute Library, please return sniiie to Mrs, Duncan or Mrs.
Taylor at once.
Dr. Jamieson of Campbell River
passed awaj on Sunday after a
lingering illness. The funeral took
place on Tuesday afternoon nnd
was under Masonic auspices, three
carloads going from Hiram Dodge
Cotiitenay.
SEEDS
The very highest quality seeds���cnrelully tested for use iu Brit-
isli Columbia, Owing to present conditions, seed shortage is expected throughout Dominion.   Order KAKI.Y il yon wish prompt supply
CLOVERS (nil kinds"   (il'ASSES    TIMOTHY (.99 1 2 p.c. pure)
SWEET CORN ENSILAOE  CORN
AM kinds el Vegetables such ns Tin nip, Mangle, Carrot, Sugar
licet, etc., etc. Also full line nl Seed Grains, including lending
varieties of Wheat, Outs, Barley, Rye and I'eas
Look   (or  Circle  "V"  Trademark on
each bag.   ORDER  WITHOUT I)   LAY
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Telephone 33
!���'. Movilz, Mgr.
Uml of Bridge
NOTICE
ANc',
person or person practicing Vet*
rinnrv Medicine ln uny of its
iirniiciics without passing the Velerinar-
Board of Examiners will be prosecuted
by the 11, C Veterinary  Medical  Board,
Illi .   Kt'.NMTU  Cltl'.Sl.l'.K,  Sec.
White Hock, ll. C.
In   the   Supreme   Court   of
British Columbia
Letter to The Editor
Editor l'cview,
Dear Sir:*���Lieut.-Col. Warden
stated ut the Scottish Conceit that
he was the originator ot the tobacco fund. Now in October 1914 I
received an appeal from The Overseas Club to collect for a fund to
supply our men in the trenches
with tobacco and cigarettes.
I collected Ji 15 iu Comox Valley
and forwarded a draft in December
iyi4 for that amount to the Hon.
Treasurer Overseas Club, London,
I'.ng.
At that  time   Lt. Col.   Warden
Tu
In llic Matter ol Joliu Hardy, Deceased,
nnd in the Mattel' ol the Administration Ail.
NOTICE ih.it l.v order ol hii
I I'.n.iui, liulge Barker, made the
2_nd dnj nl March, A, D, 1916, I wus
appointed Administrator to nil and sing-
ftul'ir tin- list,itc ul John Hardy, Decens-'
ed, and nil parlies having claims against
ihe sniil I'si.iie are hcrcb* required to
luriii'-li same, properly verified, to 1110
mi in before the 15th day ol May, 1915.
And nil parties Indebted lo said Estate
are reepdred t*i pay the amount of their
iiidebtedm ss lo 111'e forthwith,
WESLEY WII,I,ARII,
Official Administrator
Dated   ni   Courtenny   this   1st   Day ol
April, A. ll. 1916,
LAND REGISTRY ACT
N(
Registry   Ollice,
2nd day of   March
ESTATE OF WM. LEWIS,
DECEASED
in 'I'm-; MATTl'l" of .-ni application
for ;i fresh Certificate of Title to Sections
Twenty-six (A) nnd Thirty-live (35),
Comox District, British Columbia.
O'l'ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of my
_ . intention ;it the expiration of one
was not 111 the trenches; he also calantler nionth [nun the lirst publica-
stated that the tobacco they were ���������"��� hereof to issue a fresh Certificate oi
supplied with was vile. /'"���,'" "en of ibe Cenificate of Title
11 issued to Reginald   lerry  Carwithen on
It is quite possible that when the D>*e   6tl*   day   of   November  1871,   and
Canadian   Battalions  went   to the  ^^ '^' gffi lms been lost'
front they received   llritish tobacco Victoria, B. C, this
from tlie  Overseas   Club,   though  1916,
this tobacco did not suit   all of the I S- -**��� WOTTEN,
1st Canadian   Contingent, it suited j       Registrar General of Titles
the Britisii troops in the  trenche*, |	
as the reply cards in this district
showed. When the Canadian
troops went lo the front the Overseas Club made arrangements to
supply them with tobacco manufactured in Canada, just as the
Australians received tobacco through the Overseas Club suited to
their taste, and as the Belgian soldiers will recieve tobacco suited to
their palate from the fund now being collected by the Overseas Club
fur the Belgian soldiers.
In view of the very great success
of the Overseas Club Tobacco Fund
an influential Belgian committee
requested the club to organize a I
fund for supplying the Belgian sol-
dicis with tobacco and cigarettes-
comforts which cannot be afforded
to them out of the   meagre resonr
PURSUANT to Section 27 of the Trustees Act, notice is hereby given
that betters Probate to the last Will and
Testament of Win. Lewis, late of Courtenay, li. C., who died on the -Itli January
1916. at Courtenay aforesaid, were issued out of the Supreme Court of Brit-
i.-.h Columbia on tlie 22nd day of March
1916, to Thomas Morgan of the City of
Xan.iimo. the sole Executor appointed
under said Will,
All persons having claims against the
Estate of the said William Lewis, iL-
ceased, are hereby required to forward
particulars of their claims duly verified
and of the nature of the securities (il
any) held by them, to the said Thomas
Morgan, on or before the 29th day oi
April 1916, after which date said Executor will distribute the nssets of the Estate amongst the parties entitled thereto,
having regard to the claims of which he
of their own   government, and | shall then have received notice, and will
The following is taken from the
Stamford and Rutland News of a
recent date :
" Flight Sub Lieutenant Siniuis
of tne Royal Naval Air Service,
who, as officially stated by the Admiralty, on Tuesday week shot
down n hottile areopione, which
fell in flames a short distance 111
front of Hit Belgian lines, is a
tieyhew of Mr. Charles Siinins,
who for about 17 years carried 011
the business of jeweller at 7 High
Street, Stamford, and who was succeeded by Mr. J. Shucksiuith."
Mr. Sirams is now in the jewelry
business again at Courtenay. B.C.
cannot well be bought out of the
pittance of 6 cents a day which the
Belgian soldier iu the field receives,
His Majesty King Albert has kindly consented to act as patron.
The Overseas Club administers
their Tobacco Fund and Aircraft
Flotilla Fund without cost. No
other patriotic society can make
this clai 11.
I regretted to see the    extremely
poor turn out  of officers    and men
from the 102nd Batt., nt   the Scottish Concert.   But perhaps they do
not approve of the    Tobacco Fund
and    do not    wish   to    have    any
smokes sent   to them    when they
reach   the   trenches.    Perhaps   a
concert  in aid   of a chewing   gum
fund would appeal to them.
I am dear Sir, yours truly,
H, Scott Poi'TKots,
Hon. Cor. Sec, Overseas Club.
not be liable   for the assets or   any part
thereof so   distributed, to  any person of
whose claim lie hail not then notice.
Dated this 24th day of March, 1916.
C. II. UEEVOR-POTTS,
Solicitor for Thomas Morgan, Executor.
GRIEVE and DARGIE   i
Ice Cream
Candies,
iga
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
Swan's Old Stand, Courtenay
EDWARD  S.  ROBERTS
Veterinary Surgeon
Residence   ���
Phone 57
Isabel Street
Courtenay THE COURTENAY REVIKW
Grand   Scottish   Concert
The Scotch Patriotic cconert last of a very high order, and were well
Thursday evening, was, like every- received.    Mrs. McMillan and Mr-
thing that conies from the laud   of McNatight   were   new   faces   to a
the cakes and heather, of a very high courtenay audience and both made
order, and those who were  fortun- a decided hit.   Their numbers were
ate enough lo be present enjoyed a delighting to the audience.    Major
treat that rarely falls to the lot   of Strachan's   manipulation   of   the
residents of this district.   The West pipes was grand, and the   heart of
.Cumberland band came clown early every   Scotchman   thrilled   to the
antl played several selections   out- music, all his   numbers   being en* I bought  off the   farmers ami   pay spot
side   before   lhe   concert   began, cored,   A cornet duct by   Messrs. cash.   Wliatuiot* could anyone wish?
PipeMnjoi Strnchan also performed Murdoch and Saunders   was much     N'",' l,ll,,i,'!k Vl'n  '""'''" "\""' i"
,i       ���            , ��� ,          .1               ,       ���       ,     ,,,,      ... ,     ,      ,   niers to let this business go   under,   boon the pipes, winch greatly amused enjoyed,    Ihe   West   Cumberland c,mse 0| i������i umnageineui iu the pasl i u
n lnrge'crowd before the entertain- Bund have improved   mery   much ! thing is mi n firm business fooling now,
lllelll commenced.   The programme recently. Cob   Warden, the   chair- <��������� that it wanls is your patronage. Mosl
'���as a varied one, consisting of band man, paid them a very   high com- "' -'"". f",;1"*'rs h:\Y   """"v M",'k '" '"'
,    ,. , ,ii., i.        .        ,       .,     ,   . , ,,   some ill shares, others accounts due you,
selections, solos, scotch dances, etc   plmient, and  said   that he   would , ,.__, Mk v���llrSL,|i will they   ever be able
Mrs. Blair, Corp. Kit'by, and   Miss  ll nve to   send   his   bandmaster   to to pay you, or make your  shares secure
Nnvii Rush ford are always favorites'ciimberlnnd to steal some of them, if ymi  squeeze  them out by  uotgivlng
with   Courti'iiay   audiences,    Mr. Colin Campbell's ventriloqttilsketch H>emyour  trade,   you are jusi  cut
McMillan's violin  selections   were was also very am using.
course I may be wrong, thai all the
fanners of Comox District should sell
their produce and livestock in ihe Co Op
and trade there, ll is pure))1 und simply a fanner's concern, more so than lhe
Creamery as I think without exception
all the shareholders are farmers,
Now according in the report of thai
meeting the Cumberland branch showed
;i considerable profit for each moulh
since lust [illy and the lasl lew months
is increasing rnpiilh because nl better
times. The Cout'lcuny store showed u
profit alter deducting nil expenses, hut
the farmers seem In give il a black eye
by not trading there. I understand
they give   top   prices   for   everything
11 itlel's
here's an
excellent
r Chick Food
i
Contains all*-'
proportions n
iturdy
ssury i" h .-ii n
will���nolhing more
TII'���: I'ROGRAM:
Lieut.-Col. Warden, 0. C, 102nd  Battalion, Chairman
I. Bund Selection National Airs
1. Ilngplpe Selection '. Pipe Major Slrachnn
3, Song Mis. Blair
���I. Highland t'ling Miss Nuvn kushford
.'. Violin Solo Mr. J. McMillan
h. SmiK Corporal Kirby
7. Cornel Duet Murdoch und Saunders
8, I lance Miss Nava Rushford
o. Iliiii.l Selection	
in. Song  Mr. Jus. McNiiught
11. Solo   Mrs, McMillan
IJ. Bagpipe Selection Pipe Major Strachau
l.i. Dance MlsfNeva Kushford
bi. Ventriloquist Sketch ..Colin cauipbel
l.i. Violin Solo  J. II. McMillan
16. Solo .Corp. Kirby
17. Band Selection Auld bang Syne
s
Accompanists    .Mrs. Robertson and -Vr. Edward
GOD SAVE Tin; KING
your own tin oils,
which is indirectly
existence,   This bi
w;iv In ill.ihe it ;l Bll
wili get wh.il    is in
iiivscli mn   willing
mid   the
Villi will
is   tn me
compuuy
go oul of
llic only
���i ess, iiini everyone i
uing tu them, sir, ;
in   lake   up seternl
Letter lo the Editor
Mr. Editor,
If you have a little space to spare, I
should like to puss a lew remarks on the
business affairs of the Comox Co-Operative Society. Now I hope I don't make
a hash ol it as mother is all the time
lelling me that 1 always but my foot iu
it, but I say "Oh it", I put both my feet
into my shoes every morning. Another
thing my education bus been neglected,
being iu tiie same fix as most farmer's
sous, as soon as 1 grew big enough Dad
had tur. ips ami potatoes to hoe, cows to
milk and then it happened somehow he
was short handed at having time and
harvest.
nut 1 think I can make myself better
understood than the Dutchman when bis
shares il -.nine nl lln-   othei
forward, us I am sine il   can  he mudi   i
success ot uml pay the   shareholdi rs ten
pel* "ciii. fur their money invested.   Just
bec-usc the business is in low water it i->'
absurd tu quit,    We tuny do the same by !
the ranch, having sunk several hundred |
dollars 'n it and  got   no returns   as yet
but am  'uing lo put a lot more into it to
make the other secure, as I   know it is n
sure thing.
I don't see why the two co-op stores
could not handle all the produce in this
valley, by milking Courtenay a collecting
centre and Cumberland the distributing I
centre. All that's needed is the farmers
to get their heads together nnd properly
organize, and the producer and consumer
would get better satisfaction.
One of our previous cow testers made
the remark to me that when it comes to
business matters tlie comox fanners
should let their wives wear the pants,
Now 1 don't agree with him as 1 think
be was rather partial to the ladies, having met most of the farmers
here and find them rather above the
average, they may be a lit He slow at.
getting tlle cows off, etc., but when it
comes to real business they are Johnny
on the spot. Perhaps my sails have ton
much wind in them butcon't help it
since coming here as it seems so fashionable, when I get my second wind there
are a few other potnts about a successful
CO-Op society I should like to touch upon.
Thanking you for your courtesy, hoping 1 nave not trespassed too much on
your patience and paper space.
HAYSEED, Happy Valley-
Royal   Standard
Mil's Click Food
Will nut "scout " young chicks,
causing mortality Contains
neither dusl nm waste. N not
cheapened I ir sale purpose.
Sc e n t i ii cally com] ounded;
contains Speci.il High Grade
Ment Scraps, which have Protein Value ui 7" .
Feed this (o your Chicks
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F. Movitz,   Mgr.
1
.I
he says "when the large hand points to
4, the small hand to bulf past S and the
clock strikes 10 I know it is a quarter to
h." This case of the Dutchman's reminds me very much how the Co-Op
used to do their business. I happened
to attend their last annual meeting and
as usual they had to go out in the high-l Editor Beview
ways andliy ways to get a sufficient num-1      Dear Sir:_f ]]ave    heard a g_eat
wife usked him the time of day, "Well"  various   size
ber to call a meeting, and I really believe thev threatened one person with a
club.
Now don't   run   away
that 1 am a company promoter,   or wat
ered stock peddler, as the   only high finance I have   learned is   ihis   winter at
the Mlnlo night school.    Father  und   I
arc trying to  get a  living out of a 2x4! ments were purchased ill the   Unit-
raiich, the chief characteristics  of which I e(i gijifpu
are an   abundant   supply   of   beautiful I       '      ,,'' , ,. ,
Xinas. trees and covered with  rocks of      Are there no   establishments   in
My  opinion is  this, oi   Canada    where    they    could have
deal of adverse critism of the
thods employed to raise a fund for
with the idea the lo.nd Batt. baud, and of the
large amount subscribed by the
soldiers and the public,
I have   heard    that the    instrti-
Officen
Service
Unifcrn
The   cm
quuilt*. iin-
regard loth
ilml  vi u \
expect   > i      i
London
iu us i   M,| ,
Tailors \  u    in
ex peel   i   i
vVi can i
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Comfort   With  M idetate  I. I *
Best Win.-*
unl l,ii[ll"l's
been obtained?
T have also been informed thai
some of the bandsmen are being
paid absurdly high rates During
lhe vears I held a commission in
Her I/ite Majesty's Forces, we,
the regiiuetiial officers, kept up tin
baud out of out own pockets; tin
goverutn*-nt nuking; some allowances. Sec Queen's regulations for
the army [S7,*,
We did   not exact   a   day's pay !
foom the rank and    file, nor invite !
subscriptions from the public.
I am dear Sir, yours truly,
H, SCO'IT PORTEOUS
Cumberland Hi tel
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Proprietor
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:: LADY ::
URSULA'S
HUSBAND
FLORENCE   WARDEN
II ���.'./,/,.( 6 Co.,I '."i'"/
roRoi\ rn
She  win-  sui'Jil'i*-' il   lo  lei! 11,   ni  eou
.'(M'stiilon villi li lit i, ihui Mr. I'ayne
wns an  Aluei'lcnn.
"I uliould hive 111 <) 11 ���_ 111 ; nu a l.vplcal
I'tigllahmiin," she said.
"Is that a I'onipllnient, I wonder?"
iisl.cil   1'iiul   Payne,   in   lliul   pleiiBnnl
musical   voii f  Ida,   as   lie   ll'letl   lo
lonl, �� ilh his n\\ u iiuniisiuiii' tlnt'lt eyes
iulo ihe cumHil blue  h of his neigh-
She
(Continued i
Indeed,  lhe  elm ige of iilinosiihero i
mis  so  preill   us iii  he  startling,  not
only in the saintly Ursula, bin also to !
ihc more frivolous I'nftiellno,
.Mr.   uiiil   Ml'8.   (Iiire.liii'hsoii     were
I
Lady  I'l'suhi  iiiu  imi    kiiiil<
luni, ih" quosllon bci'IoiibI;.
"I   suppose   i  nm  prcjutllccd,"    she
, suiii simply.    "Hut   I  ihini.  my own
cnunli'' nn n  lhe  hcsl   in  Ihc  world."
ihi' lone was su "miik, hor words
were so Innocently spoken, Hint I'liul
I I'nyuo I'orgol lo follow up his com-
nionplncn t|iicstlon wiih more "I llio
-iiin" son. | ic found hlmseli Inlking
io ihc ili.cnihcil, madonna-like luily not
us he lalkod in other wonioii, with
playful banter, hull' i oinpllnicnl, half
leasing, hut simply, straightforwardly,
giving her details ns frankly as sin
larvenues" Scotch bv birth, hut Amer-1 Biv.mf '"''' ,'"'""ls n,sJ,'"n"1'' "R *���������<-
can bv long vears'of residence, and "sliea, ���",-' i--0". "'J'1 "���'������"�����* Idmsoll
'..��..  ,:...,   ..?...'   ......   ,.���,,,.���   i., |surprised al  the pleasure he look in
they had now I'm' sunn vein's boon
doing their very hcsi io forget both
ihcsij fuels, and m establish themselves as English country people,
Hut although their only sun. now u
young man of twenty-six, hud been for
three years nl Oxford, and although
I wo out of their three daughters had
toui' husbands iu the English upper
class, these young people hud lei"',
their parents a long way behind them.
Hnth Mr. and .Mrs. Oare-Jaekson retained Whal they had been from Ihe
ttrst, rather pathetic figures in their
own luxurious home, overflowing us It
always wus wiih a crowd of people
of n somewhnl miscellaneous sort, upon some of whom their hosts looked
askance, although neither had the
courage openly tn avow iheir vague
sei re! disapproval.
The house par';.' whom Vlscounl
lORStllng and iii- sisters found al (hire
Court  wus u particularly varied one.
There wns the sun. Hugo, a fair-
hoired, light-eyed, slim young man
who looked so much less than iiis six-
nnd-lwenty years thai he wus permitted un extraordinary rreedom of
nn i' h, us If he had been the hoy he
���till looked.
\nil there were the .lackson's three
daughters, with iheir husbands. All
the daughters were typically American, ready of speech, easy to interest,
Inclined to underrate the amenities ot
ihe eouniry of iheir adoption, hy comparison with those of the land of I heir
birth.
One of the three was pretty; ihis
was Mrs. Fitch, the only one of lhe
family who hud married an American.
Henry Pilch, her husband, wns a big,
broad-shouldered, good-humotirctl-looU-
ing man. deep of voice, frank of innii-
ner, on the whole engaging, although
ho was referred lo, and indeed he referred io himself rather as a shocking
example, ihnn us a specimen of what
a  man oughl  to he.
'the husbands of ihe oilier two
daughters, sir Jocelyn Barkway uml
ihe Honorable Almaric l'inchden, were
unfavorable representatives of ihe
Britisii aristocracy, good shots, good
riders, quite decorative, hut self-centred and barren of ideas.
They had apparently married for
money, und did not take sufficient
pains to bide the fact.
The I'esi of the parly consisted
chiefly of men. old 'varsity friends of
Hugo: and there was one who slood
out from all lhe rest by reason of his
good looks, and of a certain nil' of
langour ami a pallor which made him
interesting in the eyes of the ladies.
He was introduced to Lady Ursula
as .Mi'. Paul Payne, and was the friend
of Henry Fitch, who had brought him
lo the house, hy permission of his
hosts.
Lady Ursula, who was au enthusiastic sick nurse, was struck hy tlie extreme delicacy of Mr. Payne's appearance, Tall, dark and very handsome.
Paul Payne looked about tliiny-iwo or
three years of age, and would probably, she thought, have In,died less
ihan thai bul for '.he waxlike pallor
of his complexion, and she found out
thai he lind onlj recently recovered
from typhoid, and ihis circumstance
added io the interest she frankly took
In him, us iiie only man iu ihc parly
who looked like the men of her own
ciuss.
priseti ui im' i
lhe conversation of a lady whom he
had in llrsl looked upon ns too austere
('ni' her sex.
After ilh r. Henri   Fitch, w ho wns
his  onthuslasllc   friend,  twilled   him
v iiii tile change in his altitude.
"(lucss yon were talking to Hint
starchy sprig of Hriiish aristocracy ns
if you liked it," said lie,
Paul Payne smiled languidly",
"I did like il," sni.l lie. "She isn't
mi starchy ns you'd think, Quite ihe
other wny. she talks more simply and
straightforwardly than nlmots any
girl I've ever mel."
"Girl! .Vow I shouldn't dure in call
thai earl's daughter jusi a girl! she
don'l look like one. More like a sort
of mediaeval queen," suggested Fitch.
Paul Payne enjoyed lhe descrip-
i ion.
"Good," said hi'. "A mediaeval
queen! By .love, Hint's noi hud. Well,
it's so much lhe fashion even among
earl's daughters nowadays, to l"t dig-
| llity go hang, Unit the sialn of a woman who doesn't, who carries her own
atmosphere aboul with her nnd even
takes yon into ii. has something refreshing aboul it."
Fitch looked earnestly al his friend
tlirougli ihe smoke of his cigar,
Then, suddenly, he took his cigar
om. nml advanced his mouth very
close in Payne's ear, There was, however, such a t ii nut It going on around
the table among the other- men, who
were discussing the favorites for the
following day's racing, that there was
small need of such precautions to remain unheard hy the rest.
"Say," said Fitch, "why don't you
enter your name us a candidate, eh?"
Payne looked up. startled. Fitch
wein  on  with energy.
"You're restless, tired nf your life.
you want to settle down. She's everything you could wish for; well-born,
good-looking, and has twenty thousand
pounds. Go right in. my hny. and win
her. You'd niuk" a pair lit for
statues!" he added enthusiastically.
Paul Payne was evidently interested, but he was embarrassed too.
After a pause lie said:
"An Knglisii earl doesn't give away
his daughter to the lirst comer." Then,
after a sligln pause, he added hastily:
"Al. least, 1 should think he doesn't."
"To the first-comer I 1 guess not.
Hut you wouldn't have any difficulty
in  satisfying him, would  yon'.'''
"I might have. Would he like his
daughter  to  marry  au   American?"
Fitch raised his eyebrows.
"Well, you're not a Yankee, are
yon?"
Payne glanced in  him  quickly.
"Yes. I  am." asid  lie.
"I never I hough I you wire." said
Filch rather curiously. "Of course, we
mel on ihe other side, and you've
never said in so many words thai you
were British. Bill I've always thought
you must he."
Payne snl up,
lie had been thinking rapidly during
tlie pasl few minutes, and now io;
spoke  earnestly  and   wilh   decision,
"Never mind what yon thought. I
wiint you in know, lo stand up to it,
lhal I'm an American born, a descend*
un uf un I'ngllsli family, hut witli no
i dalions nr friends on this side of ihc
Atlantic. I'm over here to see lhe old
i oiinli'y, Ihai's all,"
Fitch listened wilh sympathetic In-
teresi,    Ho had  made    Payne's    acquaintance  in  New  York,  had  struck
up a friendship wiih him Immediately,
land  had often  wished  that  Hie  man
he admired so much would lei him a
lillle more Into his confidence about
himself.    Pitch was under the Impi'CS-
���alvtuicln. years nre lirst realized lis llic cIiiuikc I slon   linn    Payne   had   come   over   lo
Unit becomes notlcntlilit hi the complexion.    If  Europe  because ho himself was com-
v.,M pii    nlteutintl lo Un' fir-l, almost nniii'icr-p- i ��� ,   ,, .  ,, ,,
li',:, lines liowcnsj It Is to avoid the uiisialilly '"g ove'i and the society ol the well-
uriii.lM ilml siiret. follow. Wrinkle* iik a bred, handsome Paul hnd been a dc-
t0^fi���^mi''.^^ "' llh" and to his wife through-
h"*��l    11    Hi   JIUi    *--.].U'ltM    ri\     l""T*l"*-"    IIAl-Lllilul]   .lilt I .       .��   ,
Hniiiiini. I "ul   tlle  voyage.     Ihis, however,  was
"USIT" i- ii skill f"..l .unl wrinklecluiscr. n '��� I,IC "'"-""' time thai Payne, who wns rebuilds up (inn, clnsile tissues, removes wrinkles,   licont   aboul   himself,   had   lold   him
,'n!wT'.'''Vv',-'T',,'n,'i-''\ni,i'^!,'u,*'io 'our oven s" ""u'h 1,s tllis'   "p appreciated
complexion Hint fine iipp'cnnincc of freshness ""-' confidence, and ut once agreed to
nnd "'uiii. I hack up his friend. .
"wit" is put up in handsome opni boiiies,, Payne was well-bred, good-looking,
;M;]!mVrL,V/L>:;;;:"^i;i^m"ii'::,,:,:i,: |amtable, mn very wen off, though he
Accept no substitute. was proud and Independent as far as
Send 50c to-day for irfal bottle, sufficient fori money went. Pitch good-naturedly
six weeks'use. Wi |..: postage to an- address fell that the chance of llndiiig a wife
'" '"""""'��� | wiih ;i little money wns one his friend
Usit Manufacturing Company, Limited   '""Rl" "0| t0 1,liss
Bfp.rlDDtnt A. 476 fton.tivill.i AvrMie, Tcronlo, Oritur.*
Wrinkles are a
CONFESSION
and   Paul   Payne  exchanged    a   few
l words  in  Hi iii'.'e of the evening
| mine  llian  once,  ami   the open   smile
'on ihc frank face of lhe lady showed
ihai the handsome convalesce)!! Interested lier.
She was Incapable of tlccell: Incapable, too, ui' seeming pleased, in the
coilVOIlllonnl  way,  when  sin'  wns  mil.
��� So Filch smiled to himself, and mid
his wife thai nighi lliul young I'nyne
was ill for a good I him;.
(in  lhe  following day   there  was a
parly made up   for ihe races; (here
wus riding, there wns shooting,    Hm
, w Idle Lady   lOmmollue ami her brothel' seized  lhe opportunity tn sen u  III
lie more of "life" ihnii ihey had a
chance of doing at home, I.inly Ursula
slide away In Hie village, made
friends with the carpenter's wife, nnd
began nn ncqiitilnlnncc with Un*
humble Inhabitant nf the neighborhood which she steadily improved day
hy dny during her slay  ul (lure C'oill'l
she was perfectly unostentatious
niiiiut it, neither IIbhiiIIiib Hie faci id'
her neeiipniinn, iiiii* c'Oticeallng ii.
Hut ihe news gol abroad among llic
house parly. und caused a grcnl deal
of amusement, mingled wiih astonish,
ment,
(To he Continued I
i
Tide of Feminism Rising
II is rcasniinbie lo expeel Hun when
'tlie women i>i ihe prairie provinces
are possessed of '.ho frunchtse, ninny
women in the other provinces will be
restless   uniil   Ihey  acquire  the  same
. right. Tlie lido nf feminism in this
country is rising. H menus much
more ihan the more granting of Hie
'voting franchise in women,   li means
'coining changes of a fundamental
character-���social ami economic ns
w'ell iis political changes, changes in
j the relation of ihe. sexes, in domestic
life. In conventinl ideas of morality.
Whether Ihese changes will lie for ihe
[betterment of the race is a mailer of
opinion; il depends upon '.lie polnl of
view. All who thlrsl for change for
ihc sake of change will hail the feminist revolution with joy. Hui in such
I revolutionary changes much lhal is
good is often submerged, Whal is old
is uni necessarily of little value and
unlit  lo cherish.���Hamilton  Herald.
Cannot Stand Failure
The doctrine   nf ihe election nf Germany lo create by blood and lire lhe
'kingdom of    righteousness    on earth
ican withstand many ihings.   Ridicule
I cumuil    shake the slum   faiili    of a
humorless race in its idol; misery ami
suffering may, for a time ai any rate,
only harden ii.   Bul there is one tiling
I wliicli   no   variant   of this degraded
creed   has ever been able lo support,
land   (hat  is   failure.     Let   il   become
I visible    to Ihe least willing in see il
that lhe German empire has railed in
iis   self-appointed   task;   thai the attempt   to "crucify  humanity"  has recoiled  ill blood and ruin on its authors, winning for ihem nothing bill 'he
! abhorrence     nf    mankind;   and  lhe
whole  fabric  of  false  history,    false
science, false statesmanship and false
fanaticism is already tottering.    Loudon Daily News.
A simplified X-ray by wliicli a  hill
collector could see how much money a
man  hud  in   his  pocket  would   Iill  a
long-fch   want.
"A   N. U. 1096
Payne changed the subject almost |
Jul once, ami i' was nol again referred '
I to that night.
|    lint Flicli noticed mat Lady Ursula |
HEAT FLASHES,
DIZZY-JPVOU
Mrs. Wynn Tells How Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Helped Her
DuringChange of Life.
Richmond, Va. ���"After taking
seven botiles of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I feci like ;i
new woman. I always hnd a headache
during the Change
of Idle and wnsnlso
troubled with other
bad feelings common at that time-
dizzy spells, nervous
feelings and heat
(lashes. Now I am
in better health
than I ever was and recommend your
remedies toall my friends."���Mrs.LENA
Wynn, 2812 E. 0 Street, Richmond, Va.
���While Change of Life is n most critical period of a woman's existence, Ihe
annoying symptoms which accompany
it may be controlled, and normal health
restored by the timely use of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Such warning symptoms are a sense
of suffocation, hot Hashes, headaches,
backaches, dread of impending evil,
timidity, sounds in the ears, palpitation
of the heart, sparks before the eyes,
irregularities, constipation, variable appetite, weakness and inquietude, and
dizziness.
for these abnormal condilions do not
fail to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
The Importance
of Clean Land
Address hy  Prof. Bedford on the Subject ol Clean Land for Producing
Clean  Seed
I There are several reasons why
i hind   Intended   I'm'    seed   production
should    lie as free as possible from
weeds.
Weeds absorb snil moisture, an
abundance of which Is one ol llio
essentials ln lhe production of largo
'yield" nf grain This is particular!)
true  when speaking of the  western
I provinces, for our rainfall Is Boine*
what limited, and wc i cod it all,
Without Biifflclenl  soil    moisture the
' plonl will hui, vigor, lhe straw w III
bo Bhorl, Hie ear under-sized and not
well   tilled,   iuMiffii leul moisture ��III
also   reduce    tlm    size  of  the   lo'i'iu I
and lessen its weight per bushel,
The    amoiinl    nf    water absorbed
|aud given off hy ihe leitvoa is somewhnl    remarkable,    one    mithorlty
: s:i���vs ihui one weed plum an inch in
diameter in Hie bnse, and Im.vlng a
leaf siiifuce i,r nboul 01) square feet,
has been known to transfer through
Us lean's niie pound four ounces nf
water in "l hours, ".nollier writer
snys un average iiiustni'd plant
pumps from the soil aboul It ounces
nl waier per day, und a sunllower
may absorb :::: ounces  in one day.
Weeds Injure Hie grain by t rowd*
ing: nil living plants must havo a
r'crlain amount  or space  for il ir-
i dilution of air and  moisture, and  in
, be open in the life-giving warmth
nnd llglll nt' llio SUII. When crowded,
even among themselves, ihey cannot
t li i'i ve, and if tiiis needed space is to
any    extent    occupied by  weeds the
'returns from tiie crop musl he correspondingly less. Weeds are notoriously more    reslstent to drought,
I more  rapid   t..   growth,  more sturdy
I nf hahii and more tenacious of life
then the cultivated  plants thai  Ihey
I shade, dron n or starve out.
Adam Dickson, as long ago as  I7:i'>,
[said in his treatise on agriculture:
"W'dds are nourished by the same
food     thai     would     nourish     useful
.plants, und therefore when allowed
to grow along with them musl rob
them of pari of their food. Experience convinces the fanner of lhe
truth of ihis; for he finds lhal his
crop is had in proportion lo the
quantity and kinds of weeds wiih
wliicli  i,is land is Infested."
Some weeds terve as host plants,
for injurious fungi und rust, smut
and mildew, may be transferred
from Hum to useful plants. Weedy
stubbles are often a breeding ground
for cut worms, ilea beetles and other
insect plagues.
sheaves nf grain" containing any
considerable quantity of weeds are
difficult    In  cure,, and  are  frequently
'lhe cause of grain heating iu tlie
stack, bin or elevator, thus seriously
injuring its germinating power.
Weeds mean extra labor in cleaning
Hie threshed grain, and in some Instances il Is almost impossible lo
make a perfect separation wilh the
machines in common use. For Instance,   it    is exceedingly difficult to
I separate wild oats from cultivated
oats, or chess and corkle from wheat.
Darnel is difficult to separate irom
barley, etc.
1 consider it extremely dangerous
In purchase seed grain from a
grower whose farm is generally full
of weeds, own It the particular Held
from which the individual sample
was obtained is clean, for there is
treat danger of weed seeds becoming
mixed through the use ol implements, machinery, etc.
Two incidents in my own exeprl-
enco will Illustrate ihis point, in the
autumn of ition, | \isited u farm in
this province, where I understood Ihe
owner made a specially of growing
seed train. I found one small patch
of about one-half acre which had
been hand-picked and was fairly
free of noxious weeds, lint every
other field on Hie farm was practically smothered with noxious weeds.
It   Is needless io slate Hint   I  did not
purchase any seed from lhal farm.
Again, in 1008, wisliins to purchase
a large quantity of seed grain for
the federal government, I Inspected
lho growing crop on a 2,000 acre
farm In lhe west. This farm. I understood, made a specialty of growing seed oals for ihe L'nlted Slates
market. On inspecting llic growing
| crop I found lite virgin soil of every
field had been broken deeply the
llrsl year, then disked and sown tlie
same season with flax, and Hie crop
showed tlm evil uf this practice.
There was not an acre of the whole
farm   hut     what    was   contaminated
! with  from  two  to  five  kinds of wild
! mustard,     There     was   certainly    a
| large   amount   of   many-colored   bios-
'. soms in every Held, hui Ihc farm did
mil    appeal    to    me as a   promising
source from  which    tn procure clean
seed  grain,  and  I  left   without  limit*
ing   a   purchase.
Tew conveniences which have been
adapted tn me on tlie farm can exceed ihe rural telephone in value,
i'or a quick means of communication
between friends and neighbors, and
wiih nearby business people, tho tele-
I phono is worth many limes ihe small
cost of Installation,
Hungarian  Actress  Executed as Spy
A rdiiii:  io  Information  received
by Cleveland Hungarians, Sari Pel
rus';, famous Hungarian actress, who
was nol ed In Europe for lier beauty,
bus been executed ns a llritish spy In
Budapest.
i Letters received in Cleveland declare thai Bhe wns tried by coiltt-
mai'tial anil convicted of gelling mill-
liny secrets from Austrian and Hun
|gnrlan officers nnd sending litem tn
England.    The   reports declare thut
jsome nf lier tellers were intercepted
and Hint one of her dupes confessed
She was will known In London.
I where she was appearing in "The
. Marriage Market," al one or the big
i theatres, when the war started.
', 'lhe news of her execution WRfi
kept   secret,  ami  came us u  shock tu
j tho theatre going public abroad
. when ii  became known.
HoBless no guest) Now, roiiiem-
I her, I've warned you. If you will in
IhIsI on Bleeping iu ihc haunted room
| don'l be Burprlsod to hear lhe mosl
' hair raising scream,
Haiti (luesi lllghto! That'll Bull
itno; I've tried every other hail raisin*-
i roinodj w llhoul success.
' Here is where ibe old man tells his
children thai hln mother used lo make
I Iiini lake sulphur ami molasses in the
spring,
TO SAVE EYES
Ih tho Object of This Free Vr-wcrip*-
tiou���Try It if  Voiir Kye��
Give Vou Trouble.
Thousands <-f people PiifT-M- from #yc
troubles becnuse they do not Know whit
to do. They know soon* good home remedy im every other minor Ailment, but
none, for Hu-ir e.ie troubles. They nPKiect
their eyes, bemuse the trouble I.** not Hufll-
inii io drive them to nn ere specialist,
who would. Jin.vwH.v. ehHrge them :i hmury
fee Ah :i last resort they go to nu optician
or io the lire and ton-cent Htoro, and often-
Mini's get glasses that Ihey do uol m-nti,
oi- which, after being used >< few months,
do their eyes move Injury ihan good.
Here Is a simple prescription that every
one should use : B grains Bou-Opto, '
ounces water. Use three or /"our times a
day to bathe the eyes-. This prescription
nnd the simple Optonn system keeps th��
eyes rlpiin, sharpens lho vision and quickly
overcomes Inflammation and Irritation ;
weak, watery, overworked, tired eyes and
other slmtlnr troubles .ire greatly benefited.
nnd oftentimes cured by Its use. Many re-
ports show ihal wearers of piiisses havt
discarded Ihem nfler a few weeks' use.
If Ik good for ihe eyes, nnd contains no in*
gredlent which would injure ihe most sen-
l sit ire ryes of nn Infant or the nged. Your
! own drugfilsi can All this prescription, or
the Vnln!H<- Drug <*o. of Toronto will IU
! 11 for you. Try It, and know for Met
what real eye comfort is.,
If Your
Horse
Could
Talk
He would tell you that he i
can   do  lots more wort I
when the wagon  wheels
are greased with
MICA
AXLE
GREASE
Mica Axis Grease fills tht
ports of the axle. Makes a
peifeet bearing surface. Reduces friction to a minimum.
Dealers Kverimhere
The Imperial Oil Comp.u-
Llmlled
BRANCIIU   IN"  AIL CITIHH
m
LITTLE
THINGS COUNT
Even in a match you should
consider (he "Little Thinfa,"
Ihe wood���the composition���
the   strike-ability���the   flame.
EDDY'S
MATCHES
arc made of strong dry pine
stems, with a secret perfected
composition that guarantee*
"Every Match A Light." 65
years of knowing how���that's
the reason I
All Eddy products are dependable products���Always. 58
.THE   REVIEW.   COUHTNEY.   B. CL
ROYAL
YEASTCAKES
The beat
yeast in
(he world.
Makes
ll^X perfect
^N. bread.
MADE   \V
IN     Y
CANADA Jji^
| EW.GIL.Eir COMPANY LIMITED ^
TORONTO,ONT. fill'
Lwiiitiipro MONTREAL   Jj||j
Russians Slaughter Enemy
Germans Were   Made   lo  Advance  at
Any   Cost
Soma Idea ol the Bttiuboriinoss ol
llio opposition wliicli I'"!' allies have
iu overcomu i i \'ollij nlii intij be <>l>
tainetl from iloliilh of Hie light for
Klirlaslt, six miloa north ol Char
lory Is li.
(laving crowed lite Slyr nml seized
the village, llic KiiHultina begun lo
untroiieh themselves on iis southern
und Hiinili ivpKiern outskirts, Willie
this work was being liurrloil un. dense
masses of Iho enem- Appeared on lhe
-eights aboul 11 tulle from the village,
nnd though deluged with shrapnel b'
batteries lilddcu In depressions In the
ground, streamed down into the plain.
Traversing two-thirds of the distance which Bepnraicd them from the
Russians, ihey vanished in u gully
where thoy rocovercd breath nnd consolidated their depleted ranks,
As soon as thej emerged from Ihis
cover they were mel by u withering
tire from the KuM-iiin machine guns
.nil rides, wliicli swept them off their
feet In sheaves, and sent Hi" remnants flying back to the shelter ol
tho gully.
Nevertheless, four further attempts
were made to drive them on In this
way, and ii was only when the Russians, following up tlie repulse of a
lifth attack wltii a bayonet charge,
cleared om the gully thai the Germans give up their attempts io re-
gain the lost position.
Corns cripple the feel nnd mak"
walking a torture, yet sure relief in
the shape of llolloway's Corn Cure Is
within reach of all.
Annual Demand foi Marbles
Each  Spring 200  Million  Are  Used  in :
the  United  States
li lias in'i'ii astlmnled by statistic ]
tans that more ihan .00 million small |
clay marbles are used by lhe boys of
the United States every spring lime
It is a known fan iinn 1.6 million j
marbles are made every year by one ���
elm marble manufacturer whoso plant I
._fl-in_y.M-i.aafi'
The Army of
Constipation
!��� Growing Smaller Every CUy
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVliR PILLS are
responsible   llicy not
only give reli
|    .ii :'"i:ni,, County, Ohio, And these!    '"-y?�������'"�������������>
made or lolled  b)  young |
cure Constipation.   Mi"
linns use
lllt'ltl tut
Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Sallow Skin.
Small Pill, Small  Dose, Small Price.
Genuine must l*��� Signature
Anti-German League
Seeks    to   Enroll   1,000,000  Members
and Get  Foe Trade Secrets
Deslriit'llon   uf  ever'   tlei'inun    in
lluencc ni Oreul Brllaln, liitertiiiienl ol
I (111  alien  me'lilies,  and  ,-.,j>i lire of llll
(Gei'iiinu secrets are uliueil in   le.  the
Ami ti. i'inaii  League.    Tins orgaiilzn
lion is iiu'reasing In strength dully,
and    lia*    ill" liaekin
iiusiness concerns   it
lll|Klll
l.   'to enroll 1,000,000 nieniliers who
will lake ihe anti-German pledge,
marbles ar
girl:
The   marble manufacturer does uol
devote all ins alleiitlon lo llio i -
fnctui'lng of lho "Maine marble." Tliero
are various uses |0 which ihe marble
Is put, and ns ii matter or fact, the
si/e varies according to Its Intended
use. Tlie Standard oil Compan* is one
of the largest buyers of marbles, and
Ihese are siaried In graded pipelines
to clean oul the pnrulliie wliicli gathers nil llio side nl  tlie |il|ie as ||   lliius
tu the tanks, i�� _.
Clay uiarliles are used    also by the .... ,.,
nu 'aeiiiivi of rubber, Ink and sail. Mu8lc and Wartime
chemical ami powder makers,   Thoy     *-"noe ""' llll',,i "!"'" Talllefor, lhe
are   used all    iii grinding lhe   large mlnlstrol, led llio hosts of Normans.
Btonei of lho lithographer and by rail- H" victory In lhe bntllu ot Hastings,' H"n'   ���'''���'
way supply people.   Puzzle box mat* | hlutory has not  furnlslietl  us wiili a,
ers aro also largo buyers of iiuirbles.- ��'ol'�� dramtlc plotttre.   The lull sing-1oUle1' '  datmice tor In ���,..,.,    .
Tl ..     ,    . ���
mad
Rheumatism Goes Quickly
Its Virus Forever Des'royed
liVliRY CASE l-i
CURABLE
Good-bye lo Rheumatism!
Vour aching joints, your stiff, sore
ni'   Influential I muscles, those   sleepless nights and
lirllaln.   li Is | suffering    days   good-bye    lore er
in   gain   a inlllloii   nieiii-! yuiir da; Is gone.
sufferer, cheer up, and    rem;
cts of tho leugua follow:     | good-news below.
tu<>
"A  man  mel   me a  mouth  ago, -n i
said, 'don't stay    crippled, quit com-
mini.uiiwin>iw"��niii
T\ lend  the law   relating lo  \^,MR'' ""'!'"'' ;,'"''   ������!���' fasw,f. lv_.3'
alien immigration and ti,.. Halurallza* I lm  ���'������eumatlc.   '   can '   <-�� ������"
lino
,i ' Germans as Urlilsli subjects, \l00Kea !"" "'"'' '" " p *5?B  ���*"
.,    To ,,.-*..���.._��� legigmu,.,, ,������,,   J way and told me to go to tho near.
looked me over In �� pltyiug sort of
ml told me i" go to the nearest
protective and, If necessary, prohibi* I lll'"�� s"'lv   ���'"' ^j'' lli,""    '"",' l'an",
,ive tariff on a rnian   and Aiis* ?��ne' , '""    con blua,*lo�� ���''"1  ^l
ti'Ian-made goods. j1'1",1'    ,was convinced ol his slncerit*
���I.    To    i���v,...,i,ate   cierinni,    pat* fm   tollH,d,?U '",s"':"   '      ' ������""'
enls, processes and monopolies   with   '"���'' "" ,���>���"������'���"��� ',     " e,V?rjr
,t view t��� Imparting know ge and  ?al��'7rlb,becl ',* mh\ ,";"1 m)' a,cl*ln5
inforn.aiioii to Hriiish In rs  manu*   �� ,lt8'  Hie pain qtilckly lease Land
I'ae.'urer.i, and others  who desire n.     I""'"'U; ra?re ' "."'"'' *"V  :"'!
draw tlie virus ol the disease from
negotiate   financial     an.lil'V l,l?1",'1 * l00|> tvv? Fffo^ne Tab*
ilols  witli every meal.    1  am  well  to-
' ats ri'e buyers of mar ��.. '���"��" umuoc pict      i ne tan sing-1     '���"","' "'', ,    '    "" " day, not airnche,   not a pain and _���
sizes    of    Hi" elav marbles as I <���-. b1(-*I  '�� ills COIll ol  mall, sal  upon    lllBS   ul,"   ��''    ' merlalte   tin    pi i-     . .twMU at al| "
  Ill'ltetl Stall's vary from W'   Prancing  war  horse,  and   tossed  -"^ <> ******  b ���"��    made    In '^t Wine CM   do    in a c��0
tK-eiitlm nf an Inch 111 tllaiiieiei', |"Ud .'auglii Ins /treat sword as lierode lie nni"5  "id Ai"''�������� i|ke this it can do for you too,    for
is tho small ���nill" the boys play ���   the Ilea  the Inva g army And .    '���      '' ^ * ���   ""-   �� ;|noarly forty years Nerviiine lias been
,..   . ��� ���      i       , i he  t-i'i m "      itiw    in  iniii.      1'it'ii L'liini1    V in      J I,' in ( ll I    .1 li >    < A I. u i UU11 'o,       III    i M        > Q .    ,    ,��� <i
in one ineiisurliig six Inches in   V mla*\l|OW "' '" IM  LU   su"��; A ul ; ,.,..   ..:���,��� ...oi ���i,���i���,. , i,������,_���i,-,. recommended tor Rheumat sm, Lum-
 '.or. or ,|_ ' a small tlle ��'l,ole atny behind us joi I lu the       ',,;,;     ,"','''7,   [ ,fl Zi 1P bago and Sciatica    and  Lame  Back
,,���������,��� ,,;,,,    Cleveland Plain Dealer. sPnf """   lhl'. ^ry hills seemed to; '' Sl'i ��e   b; '      '   "'..'.if1'6' It is the one remedy that ne  n dis
jsluiko to the niiglily voliinnie of sound,:;'"" Beiieiallj  to auango a series ol ,.���.���.,���,,
r-lTAD-Ti -iniii  iw���v Before then and since then music UaB 'f,-111'6' '" ?���' lllt' *nfit  t0Wlls aml "mu"113'	
(-UAKI)   JIIK  IjABY been as necessary a part of warfare ol**es t-��**oi*etiout the country for the .....
ArAIMCT PfiTT*C almost as the sword���music,   or   its Purpose of obti ig public support        n  heaven	
AI.AUMM  LUL/UO coimtarparr, the Inspiring,    piercing, and approval, fiomhi      If
which i
wll
di.in,i
aid
man   Is   neve:
Imental
parated
battle   erv.   -Victoria
.,, , . . ,  lOverwhelmli
In guard  tlie  Baby    agalnsl  colds  Coionisl
iiotlilug con oqual Baby's Own Tablets. | _��,	
The Tablets are a mild laxative that I    ...      ,,    , , ,
will keep the Utile one's stomach and     Mlna|,d'8 "-'"l"1'"' for sale every
bowels working    regularly,   it   Is a |
recognizett facl thai where the stomach and bowels are In good order that
olds will nol  exist;  that the health
; where.
of tlie little ones will be good and that
he will thrive and be happy nnd good-
natured. The Tablets are sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at li,
cents a box from The Williams' Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Out.
"Good Advice"
Lord Bryce gives good advice lo his
countrymen when he warns Ihem
against the spirit of reprisal. It is human to wish to beat an enemy at his
own game. Hm to answer brutality is
lo mak'.' war mere butchery. The nl-
lies cannot afford thus to alienate lhe
sympathy which their humane conduct has gulned for theiu.���Philadelphia Ledger,
They Soothe Excited Nerves.���Ner-     "I beg your pardon," interrupted Uw
votts affections  tire  usually uttt'ibiif-1 inlsogynlst, "but 1 think you are get*
able to defectlvo digestion,    us  the  **-*6 mixed in your geography."
stomach dominates the nerve centres.
A  course of    Parmelee's    Vegetable      It   Has  Many  Qualities.���     i  man
.... , i    i .   i in ! '"'"s ������'"��� stl" fl" disturbances of this ( who possesses a bottle of Dr. Tl -��� . i ���
.no. my   lisnantl am t ltlllea, Mrs. character, and by restoring lho stom- Ecleclrlc Oil U armed agalnsl  man)
Marks,   no sooner did I put all the  aol,     u,  .,0,.miU  actlon   rolleve   ,ile! ills.    It.  will cure a  tpugb,   break   .
kids in mouming, even to Blby in the nen.es ttom irritation. There is no cold   prevent sore throat; It will re-
pram  when I gets n telegram a sSyln'seaatlve like them and'In. the correc-1 duce the swelling from a sprain,
es alive and well.   Yes, an   all tllis tlo��� ���, |,.regularitieB of I!
expense for nolliin.'"
"Wot a ei'ool shame!"
Too Shallow
"Whal alls him?"
'A college education."
���guiarities or the digestive Lite   most  persistent   sores   and   rtV.
processes, no preparation has done so speedily heal cuts and contusi ins    It
effective work, as can be testified to is a medicine chest in Itself, and '.'an
by thousands. be got for a quarter of a   lollai
First Golfer no clubiunte who lias i    "Do you suffer from the cilma >*"'
just beoti trimmed    woefully)   Well,:    "Yea, 1 know a man trom Call! rn i
"Trying to put a quart of knowledge what's your handicap? Iwho refuses to talk about    m     Ing
into a pint measure, I suppose." Second Golfer  Honesty. 'else."
Will  Prevent Reiief Fund  Frauds
It is officially announced than in or-1 Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,
dcr to enure better co-ordliiallon of Gentlemen,���llv daughter, 13 years
appeals m behalf of the Belgians and old, was thrown from a sleigh and into prevent waste .of public generosity, jur,.,| |.8r Bibow so badly il remained
effort, nnd the misapplications or gtijr ftnd very painful for three years,
funds obtained in response to such pom. bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT
appeals, ihe Belgian and British gov* completely cured tier and she has not
ernmeuts have decided to make arrangements giving official recognition
only to appeals approved by the two
governments.
Official recognilit. . will lie given in
tlio form of n certificate issued by
tho local government board. This
certificate will ti issued only after the
Belgian government lias been consulted. The public, therefore, are warned not to subscribe to appeals In behalf, of the Belgians noi bearing the
official certificate.
"Nobody loves a  fat  man."
"Wrong again.   The tailor does."
W    PERSONALS.
A Prominent Ontario Woman
Speaks.
been  troubled  for  two  years
yours truly,
J. II. LIVESQUE
St. Joseph P.O., 18th Aug., 1P00.
They  Cost  Money
"lie is getting rich by saving his
nickels."
"That is tlie only way."
"But too expensive."
"I low is It?"
"Hoc bow much it costs him to get
them."
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns,
Etc.
MMI10ES
I YOUR .
t MIRROR
TELL YOU?
"Welland, Oni.���"I nm glad I heard
(bout  Or. Pierce's remedies.   When I
wax tired-out and j
worn-out,   I    used I
'Golden    Medical I
Discovery'   and
'Favorite Prescription.'   It   ia   trim
, thai Ihey lire grand
: remedies,    a nd 1
found   that  I hey
i built   me   up and
tfi,  made me feel like a
WMfflWe now person. I be*
' -i( ������'��� '* lievo i used seven
hot lies in all. I
have recommended Dr. Pierce's remedies
to govcral of my acquaintances.
"1 have one "of i he Common Sense
Medical Advisers and think very highly
of it."���Mrs, May Clahk, 117 Stato
St., Welland, Ont.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is a ionic and builder thai brings
new activity to the liver, stomach and
bowels in a short lime, thus causing
sallow u ���'.-i.-i, indigestion and constipation
to disappear.
Hi.'��h Cost of Living:
Greater Attention  to  Mixed  Farming
and  Increased  Production Will
Help to Remedy Conditions
An Important cause of tlie high cosl
Of living has been the general demand
for improvement in living conditions,
arising through  the spread of education, says lhe report of the high cost
of living commission, tabled in the
commons by lion. T, \v. Crothers.
"Tlie adalice Of prices 111 Canada."
th" report continues, "has been stiniu-
laled greatly by the enormous expend* {
iliire of railways and public works,
and by large Investments Incidental
to the development of a young country
such us Canada.
After pointing to the manifold forms
of extravagance abroad in the land, '
tiie report points out that another
cause is In the household, "But." the
report says, "the main factor In enhancing the cost of commodities is Hie
withdrawal of lhe population from ihe
land, which i.as decreased the proportion of people engaged in food production."
, The commission look- for improve-
Good blood means good health; good mfln* through land settlement, greater
health means strong men and woq*en, j;,,toniiou io mixed farming, increased
full of vigor and ambition, with minds production,   with   standardization of
_���L""a.i���"i'.!_ .���:i���.'.r...!)'. .".���; till 'i"**11'.'' '" r*"'m products, togedier with
   '    co-operation in distribution. Extension
of the parcel post system, and the
building of good roads would reduce
the cost of producing the staple commodities of the farm.
The growing demand, especially
west Of the lakes, for cheaper and
more accessible "working eapilal," is
pointed out, This would assist farmers to develop their farms and enable
llieiu to supplement tlie growing of
cereals  by  the  production ot meats
medicine dealer will supply you witli
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in cither liquid or lablot form. Send
to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
N. Y., for free medical advice.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser���a giTit doctor book���of HK1S
pages, cloth bound -answers many important, questions. Copy will be sent,
custom*t prepaid, for 50 cents tor stamps'
to pay wrapping and mailing charges.
Your mirror lias a message for
you. Is it one of health" and good
cheer ? Or do you read there signs
���of disease and a warning to take
action I
Is your complexion pale and
sallow I   Lips, gums and eyelids
without color'? [Is-there puffmess under the eyes I
These are indications ol: anaemia or poor quality of blood. Other
symptoms arc shortness of breath, palpitation of the heart, faintness
and dizziness, swelling of the ankles, indigestion and .irritable temper,'
ringing iu the ears and dimness of vision.
Tho blood is watery. It is lacking in the red corpuscles which supply nutrition to the nervous system and go to build up the cells and
tissues of the body. You need just such help as is best supplied by Dr.
Chase's Xerve Food; i lit this Hood ciu'e you get iu condensed and easily'
assimilated Form the ingredients from which good, rich, red blood is
formed. Gradually and naturally the weak, listless body is restored and
the vital organs resume their various functions.
Since die Nerve Fooil cures by tlie building-up process, you musl expect to keep up
tlie trcatmcul for some little time. The thoroughness of the cure'will more than reward
you for your perseverance, und iu the meantime your mirror will tell you of improving
health and the return of color to the cheeks.
GO cenls a bov, (I for $2.">0, all dealers, or
I'.'dmaiisoii,    Jiates   &   Co.,   Ltd,   Toronto.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate ���    ,   . ��� ,
_ �� , 11' 1   U        ���l UJlfl        'III.'     lMOlllIl IS,
and tovigorait! storaacn. Uvcr ana bowou,     ,.,,      *   ,,���   ���  , -
Sugar-coated and easy to take a. candy. ,. 1'?, c?��'�� f���sI��"����    a ?,?���  8,W
^���"7 i J    thai tlie teaching in Hie public schools
should he supplemented by vocational
'training.
W. N. U. 1096
Dr, Chase's Recipe Hook, 1,000 selected recipes, sent free, if you mention this paper, THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Boys Gi  d
���I iSS  tJi iiS
The difficulty ol getting a de-
c nt quality stnt for your boy
v iilmtit si niliii;' n iviiy for it is
well k lown.
1 11 m now im imi ��� il i" Luke
oi e'er*" lor boys tailored suits
in various sh Ics ti|i lo 32
(���ir.ei   inenstin , from   eh vt n
dollars.
Note tuy change of premises
R. Willoughby
i t'    White Tailor in Cmirteu ly
Ne\' door to the  Opera   House
THERE'S  NOTHING  LIKE
LEATHER
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
Next lo llin.lv & Biseoe
When In Doubt
Play Trumps
Htive Goard Tune Your Piano
Factory Iixpcrieuce
Recommends   from   l.i idiiiR   .Musicians
trom the Atlantic to the Pacific.    Copies
of same furnished .��n request
\V. J. Goard   will ue   in tins city   about
April   1.      I.e.iv,��� iini. i-. at this Office,
nr write direct to
845, 8th Ave, W.    -    Vancouver
Palace Livery
&,FeedStabk
Horses  and   Buggies  lor   Hire  u.
Terms cash.
We   al- i   attend   to   wool hauling
J AS.   CAIRNS  &   SOX
Proprietors
Com tenav
Phone2j
GRAND n��������'"
Willafcl'? Harness Emporium
l-'inc Shnwing ol   Hoi ���<���   Blankets,   Lap
Ri j     Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases,  Etc.
Harness Repaired N'eath-
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courlenay
Tjo cannot eat you?
pOJ(p   O^f]      ;'^VP   }\
tuiuJ tliill iluYu ll
Rut you have the satisfaction
oi know ing that the ingre-
dients are of the highest
grade when purchasing at the
Courtenay. Customers swear
by, not at, "Purity" Bread for
quality
Cakes of all descriptions made
to order I
Courtenay   Bakery
\VM. AITKEN
British Fair Play
While 1 treat many of the retorts which I get on the Beer
Quotioii with the contempt which ih y deserve, especially the
mini tie plume writers, 1 cannot do thi-* with the Rev, liischlnger
wlinin 1 not only esteem a friend, bul lie has thecoma j; to disclose
his i Icntiiv. 1 t'tivoi Hones! liiei inn! Wines, which both tuy
grandfathers an.! hither sold, owning iheir own inns with nmlthouse
un I brewer, annulled, which Dickens wrote so uoblv about, and if
am three men went to heaven 1 feel sine they did; at ihe same time
1 know tin ire is 5001! iiiul bad liquor sold, as well ns good an 1 bad
foodstuffs, but ii I thought lhat beer contained arsenic I should
pause before drinking tinv more 'ill 1 had had it anall/.ed by an expert, suite as I ill in KJ05 when n I.oiulon niercluuit sited me tor
heauv damages for making put die that he deserved two months
hard labor forse'liti" foodstuffs which were poisonous and unfit for
hitinnn consumption, 1 pleade-1 in(privihge and justification in pub.
li ��� interest, but no malice. After a 5 day's trial in the High Com t 1
won, the plaintiff being mulct in ���>.*, ono,00 law cost-, an I put out of
business, The winning cock always lo et some feathers, and
while I did not recover quite all he money I spent In law costs, I
felt quite satisfied when the late Justice "Wills" told the jury that
1 di lu*t look a malicious in.in; tlie newspap is ul*o comment id that
I had rendered a public 'ervce, which I believe I 11111 now douig in
fighting 1 gainst Prohibi ion in !'���. C, In nn view tl would not only
effect the farmer by reason of less birley and bops bin.', grown in
li C, The Okniingeii, Kandoops, f"ra_er Valley and Snanich Pen-
insula in particular would be cutting their own throats lo support
it -but thousands of workers in lhe iiituiufacturiug nnd silling part
of the business, and cities like Courtenay and Cuiub tiand, t 1 sav
nothing of Vancouver and Victoria, would be as deed as a door mat,
compelling half the present storekei per** to put their shutters up, In
H C ti e invest 11*1*111 in buildings and equipment coiiiu ctcd with the
liquor business, apart from the paid up capital and slo-.ks is 35
millions, In Vancouver alone I'm told ',000 people are employed
in connection wilh it. li the original purpo.*e of tlie invest enl 1 f
this 35 millions is destroyed it will readily be seen 1! e effect it will
have on o'.her investm tits: take Victoria alone, where there are 71
licensed premises, and at the presenl time quite 11 number of ordii -
aty inisiness ptemises vacant, Now, if yon add lo these va 'ant pre-
snises the 71 hotels, i-hotild Prohibition be enforced, il must hi o vi-
ons, to 1111 1 ne who can see 11 hole through n 'udder, theeffic: i will
have 0 local lata ion and propeit values generally. '; ake next
the unemployment created by this I'n all 1 lolmbilitv Iheie nre not
less than [,000 people engaged in t ie v.'ion- h itels, Ij.ars a id breweries receiving from >S.*, to $100 a 111 mtli pause for a in .-ment and
think ol tiie little avenues of irade tins 83 to too thousand dollars
a month pis��es thro, say the gro.ei, butcher, baker, clothier, coil
dealer, laiiiidrymin, etc. With all du. respect to tlie: Rev. Ris:h-
lager he cannot p ran ide me a.s a matter of common sense that Victoria ''in lose lhe wit Is of this spending power each month in lhe
year ami still be unaffected. The net conclusion cf the whole
thin is that ii is u'.'e Iv impossible to turn lown one iuditdtry
without bringing other industries to grief also; these conditions
apply not only to the various large centres, but also to the counttv
districts. Wot's more lhe quielude which would result from Prohibition seei ig th it wc have none of those beaut'fal ftnglish singing birds such as the Nightingale blackbird Skylark and Thrush,
would be sa 1 and depressing, so much so th it 1 should nol lo e any
time in b okiug my passage to dear old England, where t could not
only have a glass of hottest beer at me of those nice old country
inns, but also earn a living nt my ago, because lhe door to free
trade will be locked after the war is over.
Clouting now to the point raised by his Reverence as to whether
beer is a poison, ,111! not a food ,1*1 well .1* drink While alcohol 25
years ago was considered a poison lhe greatest living scientists today
say that it is nol so, nnd the medical advisers of tiie largest insurance companies in the United Slates give the standaid as one and
oue-h rl 'Unices ot alcohol a day, which is equivalent to 2 or ;, wine
glasses of sherry or port, a pint of claret or champagne and from 4
to 6 tumblers full of beer. A.s proof that it is a food peruse the
w rks of Professor \V. ]���'. Dixon, Cambridge University, M Due-
laux, successor to Pasteur Pa is Irs itute, and others I can name.
The most important of all is the story of the Prohibitionists
that if al! Ihe money now wasted on liqiti r was savtd, the wealth
ol the pei pie pel capi a in the dry stales woul i be 80 per cent.
grealei than iu I e wet states, and patipeiisui pei too,000 would be
So p. c. iii the dry than in the wtt Stales, I cannot foi the 1110111-
ept give Ihejfigiires tor Canada on these two mosl imporlunt economic
test*, but thanks to The Week for Oct. 16, 1915, tin able to give the
diked St ilc* figures, which prove the v try opposite to be the ease
The World Almanac and Knclyelopedia for 1914. page 299, shows
the popul ilion und per capita wealth in five dry and five dry states
a.s follows:
MeBryde's Bakery &
Tea Rooms
Caihoun Block Courtenay
OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT
P, McBryde For alums! 8 years with  Marocchi Bros,
begs to announce lo llic community that he has opened ,1 Bakery and Tea Room tit the above address
[ have hid a technical training in lhe Kilinarno.k
Bakery School and Glasgow Technical, Scotland,
under the host masters, and hold a first class certificate, tipper grade, in the technics of bread maidng
and a first class certificate in baking confectionery by
the Master bakers Association 1 can assure the public thai lite lucid atidcai.es made by me will be manufactured by the best -metheds kIiowii to the baking
world today aud will be pure, healthful and appetising
Hoping for a share of public patronage
Remember the address     -     Next tlie Royal Bank of Canada
NOTICE !
All owner.' of Crown Granted Coal
Rights in the Comox District are
requested to attend a meeting- on
Tuesday, April 18, at 8 p. in., in the
Ag.riculrural  Hall, Courteuay
H. D. FORDE & CO.
Sutton & Kirkwood
 ���������   ;
Undertakers and
Embalmers
Night or Day Calls Promptly
M tended
Phone il Courtenay
Popul
ation
Wealth
States
Census
tyto
Per
Capita
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
Georgia     .
2/11 in, 1 21
?.'-'3
\\ iscousin	
2 333.86o
S 1,284
2,185,780
2.1-
New  York
9 t13.614
1 *���*���;���
Mi.-sissippi
. 3,36c,416
i,797i-M
1,6 )o
222
Massachusetts.,
Maine
.1.221,119
74��.37*
973
57"
West Virginia..
North Carolina
2,206,2s;
"?i
Pennsylvania
,7.665,111
statistical abs
lact of the I
'���14
uited Sti
Page 56 of the
tes for 11)13
si io's Pauperism
in eight states on January
1st, 19,10
, as follow.-,;
No. Pa
ipers 111
Percentage
Slates
A'nnl
louses
per
100,000
Wet
Dry
Wet
Dry
Maine
187
945
11.3
l**73
Tennessee
1 ��� 569
71.S
Florida 	
207
27-5
North Carolina, . .
l,389
63.0
Minesota,.... ...
687
33- ���
Kansas  	
735
4.3*5
Texas	
861
22.1
Prohibition wherever it has been tried has proved to be an economic disaster. In these circumstances I earnestly pray that my
fellow creatines will think the matter well over before joiniug the
force* of the Prohibition party. Remedial measures such as (i)
no treating, (2) foodstuffs as well as tea and coffee in the bar (3)
a specially appointed liquor control board will solve the problem.
WM. IDIKNS.
Courtenay, B. C., April 10, .916,
1 The Great Alone
���
I Fred \rcher, at the  Opera llo.ise
oil Thursday evening
This gentleman who has developed marvellous talent as inter] refer
of the works of Robert W. Service
in ,.be poems cf the   Youkon,   lhe
' songs of ihe Sourdough, will render
(luring the intermission " The
Ptu-ton's Son. ' It will be quite a
treat to tiie citizens   of  Courtenay
i to have the opporiuiiil)   lo hear a
! man of such high standard in that
li: e  I w irk, and evi rybody should
j avail themselves of the opportunity
to hear him.
The North Shore Press says :
Fred Atelier, tlie great "alone "
who recited from R ibert W Setv
ice's Songs of the S ittrdougll seem
ed imbued with l lis very spirit of
t'te ice bound Youkoit, and hi*
work in the "Ballad of the Parson's
Son" wliicli was   given by  special
Irequest, was most re,ilistic, His
rendering " The Day," bv Henty
Chapelle. the oath part, was something '.0 lie remembered.
COMOX
Services at St. Peters. Comox ;
April in. Palm Sunday ; Matins
and Holy CommunionaX 10.30 a.in
April 23rd, Ussier Hay ; Holy
Communion at 0.30 ���,m. and 11
a.m. Intercession service on Wednesdays at 7,30 p.m.
Constable   Jell    tin tinny   went
down to the boat last Wednesday
night and arrested a soldier named
Mclnnis wllO bed a COliple watches
stolen from Oi-orge .\rdle\ 's pool
room in his possession.
Lieut. Robt, McOiiuid report! tbi
theft ol two suits of elotlii't limn
his rooms at the h'.lk hotel,
CUMBERLAND
The City Po'.ire  of  Cnnilieilaiid
have bteu instructed by tlle CntlUI H
t > notify ill partial to olaati  up
Grippe!
Coughs!
Colds!
Mentholated White Pine and
Tar 5 )c per bottle
Laxative  Quinine  Tablets
25c per box
Cod Liver Oil and  Malt with
Wild Cherry $1
Cod Liver Oil  Compound $1
Wild Cherry Cough  Mixture
50c
Robertson's
Drug Stoie
Phone   30
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, 1!. C.
Best Meals North of Nanlsino
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C, A. M.nin,  Prop,
their placai within   I lie   next   two
waaki.
Al tin la.t 111 I'ling ol llu  Cum
barlaud Count ii thi City Clark waa
liislini led lo Willi Hie Ciiiiiin,iinling
all'1 1 nl ihr lOIUtl 11,111. Ill Colli"*
in -H'li.i lullliar) polioa whan wl-
lIlN NN*I      n   If ive   mnl    visiting
tills i'IIv
1 a. nun ii i ,-iH i>i >rt Oaialla ol
fliui "in* vouialu* Hit- IuHuwIuh
.1 iiiuininn in     j im 11     \|, MiiUu
nl t iiinUiUii'l I" I4   411   llHIM ' H
ul iiiinit 411 1 uatti,'    . oi   1 in 1   '

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