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VOL. 1
THE  REVIEW
H��tc You Mom t lo IiiTMt,
See ui; Wl Can Make Yon
Large Dlvidendi
Island  Realty Co.
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY. JULY 10. 1013
10 ACRE BLOCKS
Fronting on Good Road Easy to Clear
Price $60 per Acre
1-4 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 Months
40 ACRES
Fronting on Good Road Easy to Clear
Fresh Water Stream running through Property
Good Land Price $50 per Acre
1-3 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 Months
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22
Courtenay, B. C.
Keep Your Veranda Cool
bv investing in one of our Bamboo
Veranda Blinds.    Kept in all
sizes and prices.
Meat Safes that keep out the flies,
save their cost in a short time
Linoleums, Oilcloths and Mattings in great verity'
from 20 cents per yard
Do you sleep on a "Restmore" Mattress?   If not,
why not?   A full range always in stock
Step inside and see them
Sewing Machine and Graniaplione Needles always in Stock
Courtenay House Furnishing Store
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
Our New Subdivision
ON THE LAKE TRAIL ROAD
Fronting on the Station Grounds
Is now on the Market
All full sized lots with 20 foot lanes
at the back of each lot
The   Best   and   Cheapest  Lots   in
Courtenay today
Prices from" $300 to $500
1-4 Cash, balance 6,12 and 18 months
For sale only by
CAMERON & ALLAN
Real Estate and Insurance
UNION STREET COURTENAY
LOCAL LINES
Wanted���Office or out door work.
Apply Box 3, Review office.
!   The Kodak book, ami Brownie
,book are free at    Peacey's Drug
store.
j    A few uncalled for suits will lie
! offered at a bargain at Hinds Tailor
Shop.
I    If you   want   picture!   frained,
' cabinet or sign woik  done   go   to
J. Sutton.
;    Wanted-- Girl for general house
iwork,     Apply   Mrs. Robert McQuillan,
j Found��� At the Agricultural
: grounds on Tuesday, an umbrella.
' Apply at this office.
! For Sa'e Cheap���About two tons
of loose hay. Apply to Rev. J, X.
Willimar, Sandwick P. O.
When yon want amateur photo
supplies go to the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
For sale���License, good will and
business of the Courtenay Hotel.
Apply to J. Johnston, Courtenay,
B.C.
Dog Lost--In Courtenav, on
Saturday, one wire haired terrier.
Finder please return to Palace
Livery stable.
Wood for Sale���$3,75 per cord,
Block wood sold by the inch. Apply
O. Bridge, opposite Tlie Builders
Snpply Co.
Experienced lady help disengaged, good cook, good references.
Apply F,. 810 Douglas St. Victoria
B.C.
For Sale���Solid oak bed-room
suites and ash sideboard, range,
dishes, pictures etc. Apply Wm.
McCrae, Lewis Rauch, Couitenay.
Lost���Between Camp 4 and Camp
5, a ladies blue cloth jacket, tailor
made, anyone returning same to
T. D. Hind merchant tailor Courtenay will be rewarded.
To Rent Furnished���For summer
months or less, 5 roomed house,
Sandwick, plate and linen, bath
hot and cold. Moderate terms,
apply Owner, Saudwick, P. O.
Just Received���A consignment
of the choicest Hay that has ever
reached the District, also crushed
oats and wheat. A. B, Crawford, |
Estate.
For Sale��� 1 team weight 3000;
1 mare and one yearling, all young, 1
sound and free from vices.    Apply j
H. Scott Porteous.
To Let���My   Ranch,   30   acres'
under cultivaiiou and about   100!
acres of the best pasturage in this
district.   Apply II. Scott Porteous
Lower Road Sandwick.
For best clean river sand and
gravel for plastering, cement and
concrete wash, delivered at reasonable rates. Apply R U. Hurford,
Sandwick, P. O.
For Sale���-5, lo or 15 acres of
land, 2 1-2 miles from Courtenay,
1-2 mile from Courtenay River, 1-2
mile from Power plant, Logged.
Apply Hickman & England, Courtenay .
Just arrived at W'illard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks and suit
cases al all prices. Harness [repairing promptly aud neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and'
Courtenay.
Wanted, by young girl���Position
iu refined home as help companion
or nursery governess to young
children. Can teach kindergarten
lessons, painting and pianoforte
playing. Apply, box 5, Review
Office.
Bom���on June 13rd, to Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Piercy, a sou,
Born���on Tuesday, July 8th, lo
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Richards, a
son.
Lost���On Nanaimo Road between Union Bay and 1st camp. A
Presto light tank. Finder communicate with J. Caldwell, Nanaimo.
Wanted to Trade���Equity of
$10,000 lu two houses and three lots
in good part of Victoria, value
$15,900, for improved farm in
Comov Valley, Apply, Cameron
i ��S: Allan, the Comox Valley Specialists, Courtenay.
For  S^le --��� Bull   Oalf;   name
Psggy Wallace of the Grange; sire,
Merry   Maiden   Brigadier   80105;
Idam,    Preverse Peggy   of Saturn,
j 219100.   The sire of this calf has
j several daughters   who have qualified for the R;cord of Performance
and the dam is   at present   giving
38 pounds of milk per   day, testing 4.8.    Apply, R,   U.   Hurford,
Sandwick.
 NO. 33
Harry Grieve arrived home on
S I'.urday last.
Mr. Stevenson returned home
from Hope 011 Tuesday,
Mr. Tombs returned to town on
Tuesday afternoon.
Born--on Saturday, June 28, to
Mr. and Mis. Walter Rennison, a
daughter.
Bom---at Cumberland hospital,
on Tuesday, July 1. to Mr. and
Mrs. W. Sullivan, a son,
Mrs. (Dr.) Richardson, and
Mrs. Andrews, of Toronto, were
visitors at Dr. Millard's last week.
Mrs. A. B. Crawford, Mr. P. P.
Harrison and Harry F. Brine are in
Vancouver this week, ann are stopping at the Hotel Dunsmuir.
Mr. Sam Calhoun returned from
Vauco uver last week. While
there he interviewed our energetic number, Mr. Clements, who
explained to him thai he hod succeeded in getting a $5,000 grant
for a new post office at Courtenay.
FARM
SEVENTY .^DOLLARS PER ACRE
160 acres, 100 acres open meadow, balance mostly light clearing,    first class land.   $2003, fiooo in six months balance iii four years time with 6 per cent, interest, due
every six months
Hickey & Thwaites
PARKSVILLE, B. C.
100 ACRES
Between Courtenay and   Headquarters at
Per Acre
30 ACRES
Within 2 miles of Comox Wharf at
$60.00 Per Acre
We Have Many Other Good Buys
Come in and see us
$35.00
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate and Auctioneers
Phone 10
COURTENAY, B. C.
Boats For Sale
and Hire
Boats of Any Size
Built to Order
On Short   Notice
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
OYSTER BAY
Our new subdivision of jhis beautiful sea front is now ou the
market, and affords]au opportunity to own a sea front
lot at prices unheard of in this district
All lots have sea frontage on fine  sandy beach, are on the
Islaud Highway and sizes vary from i-a to : acre
Price $200.00 Per Lot
Terms
We have also some tracts of fine land lying to the back of the
above mentionedl lots, in blocks of from 2 to 10 acres
at prices from $50.00 per acre up
Come in aud have vour choice of these lots
Terms and full particulars can be had from Messrs Hardy   &
Biscoe, Island Realty Company or the Agents
BEADNELL & CALLIN
P. O. Box 209 Telephone 24
Courtenay ��� and - Comox, B. C. THE REVIEW, COURTENAY. B.C.
���MMAMMiMMIMMAaMttt
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine lima in tfn when tho liver ,��� rinlit tlie
ctomach and bowels nn* right.
CARTER'S UTTLE
LIVER PU.IS
yenlly bul firmly cor
pel �� lazy liver lo
do il. duty
Cures Con-
nlipalion,
Inulgoi.
Sick     ��^
Headache, and Distrtus after Ealins.
Sm:ill Pill, Small Dote, Small Price.
Genuine mint in*." Signature
The Wrong Box
Smiling, Pat strolled '.mo tlie elimination room, where candidates for
the pollco force underwent their physical test.
sni|)! ordered the pollce-aergeaat.
Phwhat's that? demanded the uninitiated.
Gel your clothos on and he qulolt
aboul ill
Mumbling and muttering, Pat disrobed, find  ii,,. doctor proceeded io
EVER HAVE CRAMPS,
NAUSEU0M1TING?
THEN   USE   NERVILINE.
u<
ir this bail ordered the doc
/$*<*?&
,2*z*z��
Pul iiiil his best, which landed blm
i on the Biiiall of hla back,
Now jiimti nnd. f this cold shower,
I ordered lhe doctor
aiuii'o, that's [uiinj! muttered the
, applicant, ns he obeyed.
a ini now, concluded the doctor, run
round  lha mom  ten  times,  to te��l
vour  li":nl   ami   wind.
Pal in sinned then
urn i oil he hiiiririi
' Blngle.
Single! Inquired ib
: Hmi
Yes, single repeated
' Whin's nil litis fussing
; n mniTlago license?
He hmi strayed   Into   th
I ofllco.
ni'll slny
lloi'll
the
[01
niysll
sliinnii.
(Ill   Will
wront
This ono may seem a li11 to oul of
dale, Bald Iho salesman In tho fur
departinont ot u big Btore, bill it not*
itnily happened to me one day in the
paBl winter. A woman walked up to
il.o counter nml said:
I'm looking for u muff.
Yes, madam, said I; what fur?
please?
-ho snapped hack:
to keep my  hands  warm  if
of your busInosB.
BABY'S BATTLES.
for Stomach Pains and   Cramps,   No
Remedy so Prompt as Nerviline
A Western Experience Related.
"It's iii au unset I led part of Iho
country liko our far West lhat proves
how valuable Nerviline is in lhe
homo," writes Mr. Patrick M. Dehan-
ey, ii'oiii Fort Saslsatchewan, "('hills
an frequent���a hot drink of Norvlllne
semis life circulating through the body
in three minutes.   Cramps or sudden
| IllneBB ut night is ono ot our terron���
No dnigglgl or doctor is near, but II'
Nerviline Is handy you can gel relief.
I The worst    amps Nerviline has cured
I in  my children In hall' a  niiniilo.       I
don'l Ihliilt any far r's wife bus nny
i nulii to be wiihoni the protection of
I Nerviline, lu our family we use ll
| for n hundred His, ami it ciiroB thora
all. One Ulglll ono ill my kiddles
hail earaohe and another toothache.
Wliboui Norvlllne no ono could have
Blepl I appllod II as directed, and iho
children's pains disappeared. My hns.
bund uses Nerviline for lame back,
rlii'uuii lism, aching Joints and all sorts
of muscular pains, li is as good lu-
sido as outside, and Ib ns much u pari
of my home as my It lichen stove."
You find a thousand usi s for n good
j family remedy Itlte NervlliiiB, Gel
I tin* 50c, family size bol.llci It's more
' ocouomlcal than lhe 2fic, trial Bi'/.o.
' Sold by all storekeepers anil druggists,
or Tho ('nliirrlio'/.oiio Co., Biifl'nlo, N.
Y.
STRAYED
from thj X Ranch Corral a wall eyed
Pii'.lo Broncho v/lth a Roman nose
ar.d lightning hsels. V/e have Issued
a humorous descriptive circular of
ibis remarkable bronco with Illustrations of his antics. Sent free on
application to any reader of thir, paper.
Thin h the most famous circular ever
printed In the English language.
More Ihan half a million copier, have
already been distributed to advertise
our famous Pinto Shell gloves made
t.om tough Bronco hides. For a free
copy send po ;tal lo
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.
Canada's Expert Cleve and Mill Makers,
MONTHEAL.
Baby's battles for health are many.
Tho precious lltih* lifi is in constant
danger from the many Ills Unit afflict
' little ouea such hh constipation, indigestion, colic, diarrhoea, etc., and unless lhe mother guards hor little ones
anions! I hose troubles serious results
may' follow. Baby's Own Tablets is
tho best medicine to light baby's batiks. They nre a inilil laxative lhat.
will regulate the stomach and bowels
and will Ibiii ward off sickness nnd
will keep baby happy, healthy ami
strong. The Tablets nre sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 26 cents n
box from Tho Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Brockvllle, Ont.
Wilton Lackage, the player ha,s a
story of au animal show in the west
where the principal feature of the programme was billed as 'The Happy
Family,' the auk. family consisting of
n lion, a I Igor, a puma, and a lamb.
I Some ono in conversation wllh the
I proprietor- of Iho show asked how long
theBe animals bad lived together.
Quite confidentially the proprietor replied:
About eight mouths, I think, but
the lamb has to be renewed occasionally.
Not a ThUr.der Expert
The masterful manner In which
some people evade an Issue was mentioned at n recent dinner when this
one was recalled by Rear Admiral
Philip Andrews,
In New Orleans one ulglil, the admiral said, there was a man on the
singe who offered In answer by menial
arithmetic any question that might
be asked by the audience,
just so long as ihe questioner remained in the expected channel the
sailing was easy, but finally one man
got beyond Iho bearings.
If you please sir, said the man,
rising from his Beat: llow far off can
-on l> uu* thunder?
1 can'l tell you, sir, wns the prompt
response of Iho wonder on the stage.
You can', tell mo? responded the
fan.      Why. I thought-
Nol about thunder, replied the singe
parly, doing a quick piece of *' idglng.
You soo i am a lightning oal ulator.
Ask for  Mlnard's and take no  r   .(..-
Sensible Advice
Why, Henry, she exclaimed
the matter with you? You i
cited,
it  was a minute bi
control his voice BiifTtcli
1 am, he snorted.   I
sillied.
How?       lm did It?
it rose.
By n scoundrel who came Into my
ofllco this morning,   I   have   nursed
my Wl'ttlll all day, nnd now I have
coiiio |o yoli for udvlco. Whal would
yon do If a man won- in tell you to
go to .Terlcho and slop there?
As he strode nbout Ihe room he
kicked over the table nnd a couple of
chillis.
W' .', dear, ske replied,    afler    the
Impulsive manner of women nnd with
iiii" utmost sincerity, I wouldn't go.
Then ho sat down and thought that
a good wife's advice was an anchor
lo windward In a husband's most
leiiipiuous moments.
whal Is
com ov..
fore he could
nlly In speak.
Iiuvc been iu-
And her splr-
Making a Profit
A parly of amateur pigeon-shooters
somo lime ago arranged for a match
und ordered thirty pigeons from a
dealer in u neighboring town. The
shooting was of a really wonderful
character, but the actual performance
need not he described in detail'. Tbe
net results will be guthored readily
from the following nolo, which was
subsequently received from ibe dealer,    ll ran���
Gentlemen,- I beg sincerely lo
IlianU you for your order, and to lutl-lfor  life aud  succum
male lhat 1 shull bo only loo
to supply you with any number of
birds on future occasions of this sort.
The whole of tbo thirty birds, for
which you raid me at Ihe rate of Hue.
per head, returned home In safely,
and, moreover, brought wllh Ihem a
stray pigeon. My price to your party
henceforth will be sixpence a dozen.
Th use of Miller's Worm Powders
insures healthy children so far as the
ailments attributable to worms are
concerned. A high mortality among
children is traceable to worms. These
sap Ibe strength of Infants so that
they are unable to maintain the battle
o weakness,
promise   of
HOME DYEING
1 CLEAN, n����l
aa SIMPLE as
"A. [!.(!."
NO
chance of
MISTAKES
if you use,
DYOLA
The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
All Kind* of Cloth."
THY rr an.i nrova ll for yonntll I
I ft.ml f(ir I'rra CnlOrGaftl, SlOfy Until.Irl, ami Book-
'        I, I Blvll,c r.Vltt. nl ll>rl���|| ���v,-l nil,.-. ,<>],���..
The Jiilui.iMi-lli. Iur.l.1,.1 COi, 1 liiiii.-il. -  Montreal
happy I This preparation   gives
health and keeps it.
Men
blonde
tn queul Ivor brunetl
see   visions
3  type.
-of He
The Heart of a Piano is the
Action.   Insist on the
"Otto Nigel"
Piano Action
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That Is LAXATIVE BROMO   QUININE,
r.ooli for tho signature nf k. w. GROVE,
Cures a   Cold  in One Day.    Cures Grip
lu 'I wo Days.    t'oc.
K&SUfliQiKI
WATERPROOF  COLLARS  AND  CUFFS
Something   better  Ihan   linen,   mill  uo
Itiunfln   bills,      Wash    with    Sonp   and
v\ H'.-i.     All stores, or direct. stni<> style
find si/,-.      For 25c.   we will  mail you.
THE   ARLINGTON   CO.    OF   CANADA,
Limited
33 Fraser Avenue,   loronto. Ontario
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.
MttS.WlMSLOW'a' Soothino Svurr lias been
wed for over SIXTY YKARSliy MILLIONS of
I.OTHRKB for tlieir CIIII.DHHN WHILE
ntlSTIIING, will, PERFECT 8DCCRSS. It
SOOTHES ilie CHILD. SOI'TKNs (lie GUMS,
iii.l.-.V.Vu'.i PAIN; Ct'RKS WIND COLIC, anil
L-, iht best remedy for DIARKII'JCA. It is oh-
Hoeilely harmless, Re sure end ask for "Mra.
V/idslow's Soothing Syrup," and talte soother
kiuJ.   Twenty-five ccuts a botlle.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
LADIES WANTED���To do work at
home; decorutlng cushion tops; can
make from $3 io t��',"i per day; pleasant
work, tVrmoui Art t'o., Dopt, N. 43
Steele Blk,, Wlnnlpig,
While passing an old-fashioned Inn
In Scotland some tourists) wore attracted by an aged bagpiper, who was tooling atrocious sounds through an in- j
Btrunient that was both dilapidated
nnd squeaky.
Ureal Jericho, Sandy! exclaimed one;
in desperation.     Why don't you have
your bagpipes repaired?
Th     old   man   ceased   playing   and:
looked up in astonishment.
Havers, inon. ye iVnna understant!
If ma bagpipes wor In good lime the.
Inn inon wadna give me iwa shillings
to move ou.
NO RHEUMAT1SMLAST WINTER
Montreal Man Conquered hit Old
Enemy by using GIN PILLS
Mr. A. Beaudry of 597 Tanet Street,
Montreal, thus expresses his great
satisfaction with GIN PIU.S.
'' It affords megreat pleasure to Inform
you that I have used GIN PIM.S for
about six mouths, and tbat they have
done me a great deal of Rood, I have
had Rheumatism for* couple of years,
aud last winter I sared myself fioui it
by using GIN PILLS."
50c. a box, 6 for$2.50. Sample free if
you write National Drug and Chemical
Co. of Cauada, Limited, Toronto.      13*
JaokBOU���Biin";cr has got himself
into 11 nice fix.
Johnson���How?
Jackson���He wrote an article on
The Ideal Wife, for a Indies' paper
last month.
Johnson���Well, what's that got to
do wllh bis present fix?
Jackson���-Somebody told his wife
about it, and she's been reading the
thing over during the past two days,
trying lo discover a single trait wherein his ideal resembles ber. She lias
not found It, and Banker dines In the
city now.
REAL ESTATE PROFITS
We only handle property of sterlUt
merit, on wnlch we ere prepared te
guarantee profits.
"Our WOODLAWN," ST. VITAU
and "DEKU I.ODGB" properties are
food investment**. We want a good
agent to represent ut In every torn.
For terms apply,
STEWART &~WALKER, LTD.
Sterling Bank Building, Winnipeg
"Don't waste time writlnc if you
do not mean business."
The Black Hand society wrote a
man a letter demanding Hut be put
$1,000 in a barrel on the corner of
X and Z streets at 9 o'clock on Friday
n'.ght or Iliey would blow up the beautiful home nf his wife's mother.
Instead of tbe money the man put
a note In the barrel: Nothing tloii: ;
lu the money line, but tbo proposition you suggest Interests me.
A cerlain broker has been teasing
bis wife about some of her housekeeping arithmetic, and yesterday she
got her revenge.
What time is '.' he asked ber afler
lunch, She took out her purse and
bold up a half-crown without a word,
lie stared, scratched his head, and
finally gave it up.
Anybody who Is up in figures, she
remarked, sweetly, would at once have
understood thnt 1 meant half-past two.
Constipation ���
is an enemy within tbe camp. It will
undermine the strongest constitution
and ruin the most vigorous health.
It leads to indigestion, biliousness,
Impure blood, bad complexion, sick
headaches, and is one of the most
frequent causes of appendicitis. To
neglect it is slow suicide.   Dr. Morse's
Jndian Root Pilla positively cure
lonstipation. They are entirely
vegetable in composition and do not
���icken, weaken or gripe. Preserve
your health by taking
Dr. Morse's   *
Indian Root P��U��
Ask  'or  Mlnard's and take  no otU*
Gel the blunt man lo couie right to
tho point.
DODDS '
^KIDNEY
50c. a box or six Lcxes for $2.50,
at all dealers, or The Dodds Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto,
Canada.
Not a Bachelor
Tbe Chicago Record-Herald relates
that William .1.  Burns, congratulated
j on bis success In capturing ihe Mustca
j family, said to a New York reporter.
It is nil a mat tor of observation and
I analysis.    To  the  good detective every slightest action speaks volumes.
I, for example" was once looking for
a widower. But lhe man I hnd under
surveillance stoutly declared himself
10 he a bachelor. One morning how-
over. I saw him pay a bill���and In doing so he turned his back to everybody
in the room betore taking oul his poc-
ketbook.
Instantly I laid one band un his
shoulder.
Come with me. I said. Vou are no
bachelor, Vou are a widower or ai
married man.
How Concrete
Work Was Made
Easy For You
u
NTIL a few yean ago fanners considered concrete a rather
mysterious materia), that could be used successfully only by
experts. They knew that upon the quality of the cement
depended much of the success of concrete work. They had no
means of testing cement, such as big contractors employ, and so could
not be sure of its quality.
Yet the farmer needed concrete. i
I le was kept from using this best and most economical of materials by
1. Lack of knowledge of how lo mix and place concrete.
2. Lack of a brand of cement upon the quality of which he
could absolutely rely.
The ease with .vliich corns nnd warts
can be removed by Itolloway's Corn
Cure is iis strongest recommendation.
it seldoms fails.
W. N.  U. 951
Small Robert had been given oys-
l ter stew for dinner. The oysters
were unusually large and after peering into the bowl for some time be
finally swallowed one. Laying down
his spoon be said: Mamma, I dou't
like them big hoppy toads.
Willie, aged five, .va3 one day sent
away from the dinner table for misbehaviour. He went into the kitchen
and the maid said:
Willie. I'd be ashamed lo be sent
away from the table, as big a boy as
you are.
Well, that's what a fellow gels by
being horn In a preacher's family, rejoined the little fellow.
When fiction gets bus
ashamed of themselves.
Canada Cement
facts become.
This Label it ytur assurance *f
tatisfacttry concrete wart
has supplied both these requirements.
We employed men to make a thorough investigation of the farmer's
requirements; to find out where and how he could use concrete with
profit to himself; to discover all problems he might come across and to
solve them. This investigation was expensive. But when it was
completed we had the material for our campaign to show the farmer
how and where to use concrete.'and we printed a book, "What the
Farmer Can do With Concrete," for free distribution. That book
makes every farmer who reads it a concrete expert, as far as his needs
are concerned. He finds that there is nothing mysterious about concrete���that a few simple rules supply aH the knowledge required.
At the same time we met lhe farmers' second objection���inability to
test the quality of cement -by producing cement of a quality that
does not need to be tested.
Tlie Canada Cement that you buy by the bag is the same Canada
Cement lhat it sold by the train-load for great elevators, buildings and
bridges.
Tier, i, a Can.da Cement Dealer ia Yoar Natikbarkaad
ff you have not already done so, write for the book
" What the Farmer can do t'ith Concrete."   It is Fret,
Canada Cement Company Limited
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I UP IN
|       THE AIR
Or How His Consent Was
Won
*~i
Mr, l.ysniider Tatcm looked upon the
latest Invent km of the young inun who
wanted to be Ids soii-ln-inw with nu-
concealed Interest. Ho hnd accepted
tbe Invitation to witness the trial
lllglils of .lules Hazen's new aeroplane
wllh nil Hie skepticism that the hard
lieinletl mnn of buslutss brings lo bear
upon i lm fanciful dreams of tbo Inventor of things, und he ulso brought along
With bis distrust a strong dislike for
lhe youth who bad dared to fall In love
wiih bis only child, Knlherine.
Katbei'lno stood beside blm, small
��� ml r.i 11- and wonderfully Interested lu
Ue complication of canvas nnd machinery which .lules so skillfully guided
througb tbe nlr. There were .lust the
threo of IbeiU-JUles, Kstbcrlue iiml
fcer father.
Jules essayed another flight, and an
his machine roso gracefully to tbo level of the I reel ops sir. Tatem shaded
bis eyes wllh his hand and followed
bis course. At Inst ho brought bis
eyes down to eurth.
"It must be n fascinating pastime It
one ls young aud can afford to spend
tlie time and money," be added bust ily.
"That Is Jules' profession, father. I
nippose he might, ns well be an Inventor us a banker or broker or anything
else," snld Katberluo with spirit.
"Don't you think the life of an aviator, for Instance, contains moro risk
tban Hint of a banker?" demanded Ly-
���Ruder Tatem, who was fond of an
argument.
"No, Indeed," nnd Katbcrlne lifted
her pretty brows In surprise. "Just
think of all the bankers who are killed
!n uiitomobilo accidents!"
"Humph!" snorted Mr. Tatem luipa
tlently. "As If a man's profession
made any difference wbcu two automobiles come together. Just ns many
lawyers nnd brewers go to smash, my
dent*, ns bankers, Be sensible now and
sdmil that Hazen's profession or trade,
or whatever you call It. of Inventor nud
aviator Is a hand to mouth existence
ill best. Did you ever bear of many
rich inventors, Knlherine?"
"No."
"That's the sliuutlon In n nutshell.
Uu/.eii is us poor ns a church mouse.
1 suppose be thinks If bo marries n
bunker's daughter he'll have a backer
for bis Inventions."
Now the aeroplane swooped downward und alighted before tbcui. Jules
leaned out. bis keen young face ullgbt
wllh pleasure.
"Will you go up with me, Mr. Tatem':'' he asked. "I'm sure you'll en-
Joy the sensation of soaring in space.
I promise to return you safe und sound
to Ibe cnrib."
l.ysauder Tiilem hesitated for n moment, nnd then, persuaded by bis daughter's encouraging smile and ashamed lo
admit bis own reluctance to lenve the
earth In that manner, be stepped Into
the seal, lieslde tho young aviator.
'The bunker clung desperately to the
slender supports ns the btrdllkc machine swooped up, up, above the tree-
tops nml llicn glided evenly along
above the earth. Aft'.r the first sick- :
cnlllg feeling ns he saw the ground
with its familiar objects dropping ;
away beneath tbem, where Kalherlne
stood a tiny speck waving a piu point
of white after them, I.ysander Tatem
really begun to enjoy the sensation of
Dying. Ile felt a new respect for tbe
young mini who wanted to be bis son- i
in-law, uiul he earnestly hoped Hint.
the science would be perfected with
such rapidity that be, loo, might en
joy tbo sport of uir flying. 1
.lules Huzen snld llllle. Now nnd ;
then bu Indicated (be blurred outline
of n city bencntb tbem or explained
tbo working of tbe machinery to the
Interested passenger, who grew more
exhilarated as the minutes passed un- j
til nil hour bud gone by. J
"Where tiro we now?" be asked nt last.
"Blalteport," returned Uazcn as be
swung the machine circling about and |
bonded for home.   "There's rather a
nasty wlud coming up from the north- j
���east.   We'll see if we can't beat It"
' They didn't beat the rapidly rising j
wind.   It made such headway tbat the
aviator guided bis machine to n higher
strata, hoping to escape the unfavorable  wind.    Higher and  higher they
arose until the feeling of nausea attacked the banker again, and be was
obliged to exert every effort to main-
lain bis seat.
"Close    your    eyes!"    commanded
Jules.    And  Mr.  Tntcm  was gladly
obedient.  The first doubts of (he avia- '
tor's tiblllty to tnke hlni homo again
now assailed blm.
"What's Hint?" He bad to repeat
Ibis question in Hazen's ear. because
the engine was giving forth such sharp
staccato Clicks that bearing was difficult.
"What's whal';" shouted Jules
"That noise, like lhe cracking of all
the steel rlM," explained tne uneasy
passenger.
"Engine missing strokes," said Jules
briefly, and Mr. Tatem had to be content with that explanation, But not
for long was lie satisfied with tho situation. Tbo machine was rushing
through Bpnce with terrifying speed.
Below them were cold, gray clouds
and above them a clear, deep blue sky.
from which the sun shone wurinly.
There was absent (lie smooth gild
lug motion which hnd at first fusel-
lulled him, nml (here wns something la
the aiUun of the engine and In the
rigid lines of Hazen's profile that hinted to blm that the young aviator, incensed ut tlie banker's reluctance tu
accept hliu us the suitor of his daugb
ter, might be sending them both to de
I slriictlon.
"Huzen!" he shouted suddenly.
"Well?" returned the other without
> turning bis bend.
"I understand the situation now    It
! you're using my safety us a lever upon
1 which to swing my decision lu youi
favor you've a I tucked (lie wrong innn.
understand?"   Ko screamed the hist
( word In Qazen'g ear, and  (bo latter
nodded,  unsmiling,  but still  lhe ma
chine wont on lis rushing course.
"Where aro we now';''   Mr,  Tatem
yelled again,
"Olvo It up.   I enn't toll yet."
Tho bunker looked nl tho grim pro
, file beside blm, and something gave
, way In bis spinal column,    lie must
reach solid ground again at any price,
i bo told himself,    .lules Huzen might
not prove so undesirable a husband for
Knlherltio after all, bo urgiied.    His
own safety was a niatler of paramount
I Importance Just iben.
All at onco Iho aviator reached for-
i ward and did something lo the machin-
: ery, nnd the aeroplane dipped down,
down, down, mill! It speeded toward
iho gray clouds nt u sickening angle,
i Then they were enveloped In tbe damp
i clouds and were out of them wltb the
earth fat* below, and tbey wero certainly falling down.   I.ysandcr Tatem
lost bis self control as he realized this
fact.
"Hazen," he cried, "bring me safely
to earth again and I'll consent to yonr
marrying my daughter."
Jules turned a flushed face to bis
nnd made an untelllglblo reply. Still
they fell toward the earth, while tbe
engine gave out that irresponsible
staccato click. All at once Hazen
leaned back In bis seat, touched a
lever and fumbled wltb some handles,
and immediately the aeroplane stayed
Its dizzying fall, the engine swung into
rhythmic beat, and they hung in the
air for a moment while the aviator
took his bearings. Then tbey went
Inward, perhaps a couple ot hundred
foot above the earth, until the banker recognized the familiar layout of the
aviation field below.
Slowly, gracefully, like a weary bird,
tbo machine glided toward tho field
nnd at last rested sufely on It. Katb-
erino Tatem ran toward tbem with
fluttering handkerchief.
As I.ysander Tatem stepped to the
ground, stiff and sore and quite fugged
by the excitement of the flight, he
turned a pale and angry face toward
Jules Hazen.
"Of course I shall keep my word,
young man," he suld harshly. "But I
shall always have the greatest contempt for your methods!" and he
strode toward his daughter, who was
quick to observe (lie strained relations
between tbem.
The appearance of tbe Tatem motorcar at that Instant made the leave taking a rentier easily concluded, and soon
Kntherlne and ber father were ou tbe
way home.
"You haven't said anything about
tbo flight, father," said tbe girl after
awhile. "You were gone so long I was
afraid that something had happened."
I.ysandcr Tatem swallowed a lump
In his (hront before replying. "It wns
nn unusual experience, my dear. It
bud one result whlcb will gratify you-
1 have told Hazen that be has my consent to your marriage."
Kalherine's warm bug wns received
by her father wltb manifest dlsconv
fort, and. perhaps realizing that this,
yielding of his really caused blm suf
fering, she soon settled quietly beside
him and was silent.
*******
Several days passed before Jules
Hazen miida his appearance at the
town house of l.ysauder Tatcm. Then
he asked for the bunker and wan
shown into tbe gloomy grandeur of tho
library.
Mr. Tatem was readiug before a
west window, where tbo afternoon
sun touched his whito hair into a sort
of golden radiance thnt mnde bim look
unusually benevolent as be arose t<i
greet bis visitor. This effect disappeared as soon as he stepped out of lbs
sunshine, and Hazen saw that bis face
was grim and uncompromising.
"I've been expecting you, Ml*. Hazen," said the banker.
Jules lifted bis dark eyebrows. "I
was afraid yon were laboring under a
delusion, Mr. Tatem," be said gravely,
"and I called to set your mind at rest.
While we were in the air the other
day the machinery actually went
wrong, and I really thought wo worn
both going to destruction. After yon
mentioned your daughter I suddenly
iiyillxod   lhat  you   were   Kajherlne's
father and must Be saved ror her.
Then my wits came back, nnd I recollected the emergency levers. Tbe rest
was easy. 1 release you from any rash
promise you may have made tn the moment ot danger." He turned toward
Iho door with a alight Inclination of
his bend.
"Walt!" suld l.ysHiidor Tntein In nil
agitated voice.    "What, about Kather-
' Ine? I have told her Hurt you have my
, consent."
Tbe Ucklng of the clock broke regit-
j Inrly on the silence thnt followed.
Jules Hazen's handsome face wore nn
expression ot obstinate pride. I.j-
sunder Tatem found himself hoping
Hint Hazen's pride would give way tt
love for Knlherine. His own face was
softening with pity for the diiughtv.
who was everything to hlni;
"Hazen," he said manfully, "l'r/i
proud, but I can swallow It. for Knth-
eritic's sake. 1 can't fnco ber and ten
her it wus a mistake���sho is so happy.
Will you let bygones be bygones?"
Jules Hazen's face cleared as If by
magic. "Thank you, sir. Ynu won't
regret lhe trust you have placed in me.
Shall wo go together and find bevV"
IS IT "LAZY MAN'S WAY?"
Use of Commercial Fertilizers Discussed Far and Against.
Mr. Fiillerton, who, with his wife, Is
the "bead und front" of tbo Long Island experiment farms, discourses as
follows on the use, or, rather, abuse, ot
commercial fertilizers. In answer to
tbe question, "Aren't you ever going to
use fertilizer, Mr. FullertonV" he said:
"Bless your souls, yes. Didn't I use
fertilizer when I plowed that rye under? Next full I am going to put on
nbout ten tons to the aero of manure
again, and I am going to turn under
crimson clover, vetch and ryo on eveij
square foot I can get planted.
"Then I shall use lime for a sweetener, for we now can afford the lime a
Ilttlo lime to work. Next summer when
I am putting In a second and third
crop on tbe same ground I sba'l probably use blood and bone meal
"Don't misunderstand me. 1 think
chemical fertilizers are bully for old.
wornout land, but It would be like 'carrying coals to Newcastle' to put tbem
on virgin soil.
"The craze for chemical fertilizer hns
gone too far. Thero are places where
tbey have put it on so heavy (with the
theory that If ono ton Is good two tons
will be better) that tbey have chemical
laboratories, not farms. All chemical
fertilizing Is 'lazy man's way.' He
claims ho will not bavo weeds, so will
save cultivation. Weeds are the farmer's best friends. Tbey force bim to
cultivate, and lack of cultivation ts the
crime of modern farming. If they'll
pile some old manure on thnt ground
now and so liberate through decomposition the various component parts of
the chemical fertilizers thev will have
farms again."
SMOKING OUT THE BUGS.
Fumigation a Good Way of Getting Rid
of Henhouse Pests.
Fumigation is a means of reaching
germs and Insect life iu the air of the
room and In tbo cracks and crannies
of the woodwork, says tbe American
Cultivator. Tbe house or room should
be tightly closed aud all fowls excluded during fumigation.
A simple method Is to burn the sulphur cnndlar, now sold at stores dealing in poultry' supplies. The fumes ot
brimstone may also be produced by
burning in n metallic basin (sucb ns
nu old iron kettle) a number of rags
previously soaked In melted sulphur.
Sulphur may be mixed with a little
alcohol or kerosene oil and burned, or
It may be sprinkled upon live coals
placed In a chafing dish. The house
or room should bo kept closed for several hours and then opened as thoroughly as possible to allow tbe wlud
to drive out any remaining truce of
poisonous gas.
Iu fumigating by burning substances
be careful not to set lire to the building. Remember also tbat 1n most
cases the substances which arc used
nre poisonous to human life and to
fowls. Carelessness In their use or iu '
lenvlug ihcm about where chick or
child can get nt them may hnve dire
results.
How to Preserve Eggs,
Dip rresh eggs, one at a time. In hot
melted parattiu. enough to cover the
egg. Take out Immediately with wire
tongs mndo for tbut purpose of baling
wire, let paraffin harden and dip quickly again, reversing egg. Let cool.
Wrap each egg separately In waxed or
paraffin paper. Wrap carefully, so ns
not to scratch or break the coatlug.
l'ack cold In tin fruit cans and seal
with paraffin, which excludes the air. ���
Eggs so canned air tight will keep several months, tbe paraffin having closed
the pores In the shell. Keep In a cool
place and label can, "Handle wltn
care."���Farm and Fireside i
Keep Off the Grass. I
"What does that sign sny?"
"Keep off the graBS." i
���'They hnve. haven't thc-y?"
���'Yon bet:   Tbey haven't let a blad<  '
���row."-Harvard Lampoon.
I
PECULIAR HORSES.
They Have Little Hair and Eat Butler
and Sugar With Flour.
Tbo greatest peculiarity of the Turkoman breed of horses Is their htilr-
lessuess. They have naturally very
little mane, nnd what they have Is always carefully cut off. Their skin Is
very Boft nnd tbln. Colonel Ste'vurt lu
"Through Persia In Disguise" lolls ot
the great care taken of Iheso animals.
They are never stnbled. but picketed
In tbo open. Tbey nre, however, warmly clothed. First tho Turkoman puts
over his animal a thick felt body covering of the size Hint nu English horse
wears. Over this ho fastens nn Immense piece of felt that covers tho
horse's ears and bis whole body down
to his bocks. This clothlug be keeps
In place with a long roller, which Is
passed three limes round the horse's
body.
Tho Turkomans feed tbelr horses
when in camp on barley or chopped
straw and give Ihcm Hour und sheep's
tall fat or clarified butter wben they
Hi'o going to cull on them for great exertion. I myself iu India hnve often
given my horses a pound each of Hour
nnd coarse sugar und half n pound of
ehiriued butler made into balls when I
have ridden thorn fnr and wanted them
to go on again. The horse easily digests this ration, and lie is ready to
start sooner Hum If n feed of corn Is
given him. It is also supposed to give
great strength.
Turkomans glvo their horses almost
noything ibcy eat themselves. Although hardy in respect of food, tlie
horses require * good deal ot care as
to clothing, for lino coats and delicate
Bklns make them very susceptible to
colds.
LEADERS OF MEN.
It   Is  by   Success  That  They   Attain
Prestige and Power.
As soon as u certain number of living
beings are gathered together, whether
they bo animals or men. they place
themselves Instinctively under the authority of n chief.
As enthusiasm becomes inflamed It
happens most often that the then load
er ts be who started as one of tbe led.
He has himself been hypnotized by
tho iden whose apostlo he has slnco
become. It has taken possession ot
him to such a degree tbut everything
utitslde It vanishes, and every contrary
opinion appears to blm an error or u
superstition, lu time by affirmation,
repetition and contagion great power
ls given to bis ideas, and be acquires
lhat mysterious force known as prestige. Every successful man, every
Idea that forces itself into recognition,
ceases ipso f��-'to to be called tu question.
The proof thnt success is one of Ibe
principal stooping stoues to prestige is
that the disappearance of one Is almost always followed by the disappearance of the other. The hero whom
the crowd acclaimed yesterday Is Insulted today should he be overtaken
by failure. The reaction indeed will
bo the stronger in proportion ns tbe
prestige has bceu grunt.���ho Bon In
"The Crowd."
Verdi as a Politician.
The iiiiiuu of Verdi, we are told, was
n polltieul and patriotic symbol. He
belonged to the Italian Nationalist
party, and his name was scribbled on
the walls of Italian towns wblcb were
under Austrian rule. Tbis honor, bow-
ever, ns Is carefully explained, was not
paid to Verdi himself, as bis name happened by accident to be formed by the
initial letters of "Victor F.mmanuel
Uoi (V Italic" with whlcb inscription
Italian patriots often cover their walls.
Verdi was a politician. He was elected
deputy, and subsequently Emmanuel
mnde bim a senator. The story is told
that tbe maestro was In the bablt of
orchestrating thu sittings of the chamber of deputies and noting tbo tone ot
(lie various speakers, so thnt he could
go up to each of them In the lobby and
tell him thnt his speech was in such
and such a key.���'Westminster Gazette.
Hi
St Generous Rebuke,'
Nicholas Wain, one of lhe great men
of the time described In "Tbe Colonial
Homes of Philadelphia and Its Neighborhood," had a wit as whimsical as
Lamb's, although thero was less ot it.
Annoyed by repented depredations
upon his woodpile, be bought n cart
load of wood and sent It to the offender.
"Friend." wns the courteous explanation that accompanied the wood, "I
was afraid thee would hurt thyself
fulling off my woodplle."-?oulh's Companion.
I
Tha Crooked Way.
District Attorney Whitman of New
York was talking about the sad case
of a western banker who bad stolen ���
great sum from the depositors.
"The man, said Mr. Whitman,
"lived beyond bis menus-motorcars, ��� i
house wltb eleven baths, son at col-
lege, daughter coming out wife hun-
gry for dlauonds. The Inevitable re-
suit followed." |
Mr. Whitman smiled nnd added.
���The unfortunate fellow got stralV j
ened, so be became crooked.''
Honey and Junket.
lloucy Gingerbread.���I'm lino n uu-
sin a cupful of honey and bull .i cupful
nf butter uud melt it before the ire
without sill-ring. Put Into uu eiiaiu-
elcd saucepan wltb half a i ipiui if
Bour milk (not bUttOl'mllkl. two eggs
beaten separately nnd half n lenspuou-
fill each of ginger and etuniini"it Mix
well logether till thick. Four Into a
greased square tin und hake -tonply.
Honey Trifle.���Heat logotbei half a
cupful of milk and half a > ipftil of
honey. Cut into cubes two ��|nuige
cakes uud dip into the mixture: ihen
pile Into ll dish. Muke (1 custard with
two eggs, half a pint of milk and a
cupful of honey. Four the custard
over the cukes, decorate with preserved
fruit as preferred und serve either hot
or cold.
Honey Mousse.���Beat separately the
yolks of two eggs and mis wltb n cup*
fill of honey. Heat gently over gas until the mixture Is thick. Do not boil.
Let It cool; Iben stir iu the whipped
whites of two eggs. Add half a plul of
whipped cream nud mix carefully. Put
iuto u mold and set on ice to freeze.
Honey Fudge.���P>oll together a-cupful each of sugar and milk nutll it
forms a soft ball if tested In cold
water. Add n cupful of honey and boll
until the mixture can lie tested as before. Then add a nul of butter aud a
tablespoonful of vinegar. Mix all together and pour into shallow tins tt*
cool.
Quite a variety of appetizing yet most
nourishing dishes can be evolved with,
the aid of Junket tablets.
Chocolate Junket���Dissolve half a
cupful of sugar in a quart of lukewarm
milk. Melt two squares of chocolate.
add half a cupful ot warm miik and
bring fo the boil. Remove from tbe fir*
Immediately snd add remainder of the
milk, quarter tenspoonful of vanilla
mid one dissolved junket tablet. Stir
well sud pour Into small fancy cups to
set Now take bult a cupful of thick
crcuni, add a few spoonfuls ot sweetened milk and bent tiii quite stiff.
Bent tho white ot oue egg till you can
'cut it nnd add slowly to the beaten
cream. Four Hie cream mixture over
the Junket just before serving and d*e>
orate wltb crystallized cherries.
Junket Wllh Coffee Flavor.���runr
half n pint ot boiling water over two
ounces of coffee. Take a quart of milk
sweetened to taste: add the clear boiling coffee, which should make It lukewarm. Add one junket tablet stir weil
nnd pour into a glass dish. Serve with
whipped cream on tho top.
Cocoanut Junket���Sometimes a little
junket ls left over nnd is usually wasted. Here Is a nice way of using It:
One cupful of cocoanut, one cupful ot
enrd from which the whey has been
poured, one cupful of cream, two yolks
of eggs and one cupful of sugar. Place
all in a saucepan on the fire and stir
till thick; then pour Into a buttered file
dish and bake slowly for ten minutes.
Fruit Sandwiches.
Fruit sandwiches are more generally
used tban they used to be and are tn
delicious that they ought to form a
part ot every sandwich repast. They
satisfy a natural craving for sweet?
and are more wholesome and more
easily made than cakes or candies.
Dates can be made Into many savory
pastes for sandwich filling. Make the
foundation by stoning the dates aul
running them through the meat chopper. To a pound of Ibis paste add the
Juice of au orange and the pulp that
squeezes out with it rub It smooth
and spread between buttered bread.
To a half cupful of dates add a quarter cupful of chopped English wa!m:t
meats aud a teaspoonfnl of lemon
Juice nnd spread between buttcre4
bread. 	
Short Cuts.
A quiet way to warm plates in cold
weather is to dip tbem in hot water.
Dry in a dish rack or wltb a towel. Invert the bandies of knives, forks and
spoons in n pitcher of hot water to
warm them.
When covers lose tbe orginal knobs
replace them with others tbat can be
bought for 10 cents per dozen at a novelty store.
The flavor of fish is greatly improved
If fried in fat saved from a former fry
Ing.
A Genuine Bull.
Tbe files had been unusually trouble'
some, aud one night after Nora bad
gone upstairs ber mistress spread Insect powder round the windows and
other places In tbe kitchen where the
tiles congregated.
In tb* morning she asked Mora tt
there were not a great many dead
tiles in tho kitchen.
"Tea, there are, mum," replied Nor*.
"Tho room's allv�� wltb tbiBu"����
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Wilkie 2, E. Wilson 2, Jackson &
Whittle to, James Carius 2, Dr.
Millard 10, O. H. Fechner to, F.
N. F. 5, E. Linden 1, Geo. F.
Russell 1, Geo, Ardley, L. L.
Stevenson 1, J, McPhee 5, II. M.
McPhee 2, Joseph Annaud 1, W.
McNiel 1, J. W. Hornby 5, B. F,
Krause 7, William Douglas 2,
Chubby 1, Vick Pinat 2, Mr, H.
Idiens 10 T. J. Barron 4.75, McPhee & Morrison 10, A. 1\. llorne
5, Union Bay Co op Society 2, \V.
J. VVatchoru 1, Friend 5, J, J.
Hardv 5, John R. Johnston 35, M,
Covert 25, Ernest Swan 5, W. G.
McKcan 5, J. Young 2.50, J. Han-
nay i, R.Creech 2 50, Siubad the j B      Yout  Watches, Clocks,
Sailor  2,   R.   S.   Mckean 1, Jack    1   '   .     ,  r���.  r,    ���'      ,  c,,
Men's Summer Underwear
Made in n I  quality  bnlbriggan, ill  .1
liinc ligiit weight
Men's Outing Shirts
These shirts are made with  well lining
suli   double  collar,   I'rencll  cuffs  unci
made iu coal style
Men's Fancy Vests
A   fine assortment  <>l  fancy  stripe uiul
light grounds.   Those wbo are accustomed iu  wearing  fancy  vests  should   see
these    Prices from   1.50 to 5
Men's Silk Sox
Plain ami fancy, eqtra quality, All fabrics
Men's Suits
Made   in this   season's  styles,   in   fine
Tweed,   A fine range now in stock
Mr. Chas. Callin spent the week
end at Vancouver, arriving home
by the Charmer ou Tuesday evening. She got into Union Bay short
ly after six o'clock, yet it was ten
o'clock before she arrived at Comox.
^
Hawthorn io, J. Botirui i, K. Aida
2. Dr. Kerr 2, W. Mcrrifield 5, J.
B. Walker 5, Simon Leiser & Co.
3, J. McLeod 5, K. vShibata 1, C.
Dal ton 1, Frank Dalloe 2.50, W.
Sutcliffe 2' B, E. Dalrymple 1, S.
Teed 2, R. A they 2, T. E. Hate 5,
Charles Grundy 2.50, A. Thomson
2,50, W, Woodhus 2.50, Roval
Bank 10, R, J. Goode 1,
The committee desire to thank
those who so liberally contributed
towards the prize list r.nd also Su-
perntendent McNaugbton for send-1
ing down the train for the conveni-1
enec of the men fre 111  the camps, j
Jewelery, Cut Glass and Silverware from the man who
knows al; about them
Repairs to Watches, Jewelery
and Spectacles promptly attended to
Satisfaction Guaranteed
H
Always on the job
v   'BY'S
Watchmaker and Jeweler
COURTENAY, B. C.
1 -l
ROYSTON
New Townsite, Comox Harbor
With its snowclad mountains in the background, sea and green
fields in the foreground it makes a picture worth painting
Watch It Grow
Pongee Silks
Wc have just received another shipment
of these popular silks.   Values, 50,  65,
70,   land   1.25
Remnants
Wc are putting on sale tuis week a large
quantity of remnants, comprising dress
goods, prints dress muslins, ginghams,
chamhrys, art muslin, nrt sateens and
curtain muslins
Curtain Ends
Sample ends of Nottingham lace curtains
in white and Ecru,   from 1-2 to 1 yards
in length, at 25c each
Ready-to-wear Hats
The balance of our stock iii  ready-to-
wear hats on sale.    Vour ehotee 2.60
We invite your inspection, to our new
arrivals o f in en's
fancy shirts, in all the
latest styles ana
shades
Men's cotton, light
woollen, silk, merimo
and union underwear
vSee our new coatless
suspenders
vStill to the front in
tailored suits, niaiiti-
actured by the Art Tailoring Co.,
Limited, of Toronto
LOGGIE BROS.
CRUSHED OATS
A Lari?e Consignment of Crushed Oats, Bran and
Shorts has just arrived
A<  B.  ORAWFOKD
Phone F 81 Courtenay
July 1st
Special Purchase  of High  Class
Boots and Shoes for the
Holiday
We Lead.   Others EoIIow
PARKIN BROS.
Phone 4
Sandwick
we have lots and acreage for sale.
Don'tjlelay seeing us
British Columbia Investments
LIMITED
Vancouver Island Farms and Acreage Specialists
TELEPHONE 36 COURTENAY, V. L, B. C.
Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
Local Lines
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign woric done, go to
Sutton's.
I,. E. Stevenson, Ph. Ii., Opli. D.
Graduate Optician. Eyes tested
aud glasses fitted. Enquire at
Peacy's drug store.
See that your Camera is a Kodak
or Brownie. They cost lets aud
give better results than any other
kind. Sold only at Peacey's Drug
store.
A dance will be held in the opera
heme ou Friday evening, July u,
under tlie management of Messrs.
J. W, McKenzie, jr., and Bert
Grieve, A good time is sure to be
had.
Ou Sunday afternoon the local
Orangemen attended divine service.
Rev. T, Meuzies preaching a special
sermon, In the evening a number
drove to Cumberland to attend the
service there.
The July meeting of the Women's
Institute was held at Duncan's hall
Wednesday July 9th. There was
a fair attendance. The subject
for discussion being the Flower
Show, which will be held in the
Agricultural Hall on Thursday
Aug. 14. Committees were appointed and arrangements are being
made to have a successful flower
show this year. The ladies also
intend to exhibit work at the
Agriculttiarl fair this fall.
Besides the improvements to the
Courtenay hotel noted last week,
there are several   other   buildings
upon which work has either been
I started or will be commenced short-
shoitly, viz: Mckean's new store,
Mr, Perez, a new store next to the
butcher shop, and Sam Calhoun*
contemplates building a couple of
stores on his lot. They will be 40*
by So feet. Mr. Bruce Towler is.
also building a fine new house opposite his residence, tor his mother.
A daring hold up ��� occured ou
Friday afternoon last when two
foreigners held up two young bank
clerks named Rowe and Buchanan,
while returning from Union Bay to.
Cumberland. They secured about
52600. Policemen have been on
the trail since but as yet bave failed
to capture them. They paid a
visit to one of the camps south of
Union B.iy aud forced the Chinese
cook to give then food, for wlich
they gave him a pde of small silver
which the police think is a part of
the stolen money.
Dr. MePhee, of Nanaimo met
with a somewhat serious accident
last Friday night when his automobile overturned wnen he struck
some fresh jravel while going'to
see a patient. He lit' on his face,
and plowed ilong lie ground for
several feet, with the result that he
was more or less cut and scratched,
tlie most serious being a gash above
his eye, which had to be stitched
together. He was taken to the
hospital, where he will be confined
for a few days yet. The auto
caught fire aud was totally destroyed. ISO
111 IM ������ II ������>���>-*
ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce that we have just received one of
th* finest lines of Undertaking and Embalming Supplies
ever   shown   iu B. C.,   consisting of   Caskets.  Collins,
Burial Robes, Etc., Etc.
We are graduates in Anatomy, Sanitary Science, and the
Science of Embalming, and are prepared to do  Embalming for Export or Domestic  Burial, in the most scientific
manner.  ���       Calls answered day or night
Respectfully submitted,
The Furniture & Undertaking Co.
COURTENAY
LAZO
If You get it at PLIMLEY'S It's All Right
20 High Grade Cycles
Slightly Damaged
Humber, .Singer, Enfield, Coventry Cross
and other well-known
makes, shop soiled,
slightly damaged in
transit or returned
from hire. Big price
reductions. Write for
details
Thos.
739 Yates St.
mley
Victoria, B. C.
T. T. GRIEVES iRivsrside Hotel
[. Builder & Contractor
(Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124       Courtenay
R. Athey
Contractor and Builder
Plans and Estimates Supplied
on Short Notice
COUKTENAY
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made" Welcome
O. H. FECHNER, Prop.
CUDMORE & BREAKER
Contractors for Land Clearing and
Logging, Etc.
Orders may be left at Beadnell &
Cabin's office
Courtenay     -    -    B. C.
percy Winch
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C.
Mr. (.ray the 3rd operater at
<ape Lazo Wireless Station left on
Tuesday's boat (ai* Vancouver. Mr.
Harwood and Mr. Arnold are now
lef, to du .ue wutk bet.veeu them
tor 11 tune, woifeing 1J hours each.
July ist vas quite a day at Kyt
Bay. 'pin re were 7 liifferent picnic parties enjoying themselves and
uk- cu.Ulren had a fine lime 011 the
larue expanse of sand at low tide.
Mr.   Bauiieriiiaii  had the misfortune to  he run iuto by M.   tl.
Doan in his car, the latter was going
his usual spied ol 45 miles au hour.
Had not time*to stop so went right
through between the ng and horse
I nnd squared it utii Mi. Bniiuerman,
It is about time high speeding was
! stopped or the license taken away
I from those who persist 111 it.
Mr  Albeit Grant Moved his donkey engine through   MeCiiteheon's
|.onl to Hart's sawmill on Friday,
There is au epidemic of measles
in Comox and it is time precautious
; were  taken to  prevent the Spread
j of this illness as it is most annoying
to have to be in  quarantine if not
to hnve the measles.
To late for last week.
I The 'Kaluk' with the members
of the Stcfausstfii Artie expedition
aboard passed Cape Lazo last Friday bound for Nome. Captain
Bartlett of the Perry Artie expedition is. iu command, he expects to
reach Nome about July 9th. The
Kaluk will put aboard more provisions there and leave for the unknown Artie waters abjut July 20.
Ood-speed and all go.id luck to the
first Canadian Artie expiditiou. |
The Geodetic Survey party who
have been camped at Cape Lazo recently, left last week by the gasoline boat Dawson for Lund.
Kye Bay is proving au attraction
to those who appreciate bathing and
a good beach.   There were quite a
number of people on the sauds last
Sunday, bathing paddling and enjoying their outing generally,
I    Mr. Gray the 3rd operator at the
: Wireless Station left at the end of
tast mouth.   He is to be married
aud will settle at the Wireles station
at  Estevan on ��� the West   Coast.
His bortlier who was also an operator here for some time aud who is
in    charge   of  Eslevan. Wireless
station, is also to be married on the
same day, and both the brides-to-
1 be are now en route from the Old
j Country.    The many friends of the
Gray brothers wish them all luck
and happiness iu the future.
I    Mr.   R.   Ainslee also a recent
; operator at Cape Lazo is staying at
I Comox, having just returned from
Alert   Bay Wireless Station.    He
expects to be added to the Wireless
station at Triangle Island any day,
Jim may have to resume his duties
"at Cape Lazo pro-term after Mr.
Gray leaves.
1 Robert Knight has finished his
hay barn and the building looks a
very imposing work and reflects
gteat credit ou the builders.
Mr. Lowly's house is completed,
and is of the bungalow style and
looks very well.
port augusta hotel first-Class Plumbing
Comox,  B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
R,  McCuish, Prop.
Hot Water and Steamlitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone o Courtenay
"1
go with the bunch to     Cumberland Hotel
Potter s Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
Giiod Accomodation       Casino Kxcellen
Wm. Merryfield
I'roDrietor
J.   E.   ASTON
basement WUluril Block
Loggers Boots and Shoes Made
Repairing Neatly and Promptly  Done
C. W.  Shannon
I'AI.NTHK und DHCORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge
Shannon Block,     Courtenay
SNAP
10 acres
at  Headquarters
$200 per Acre
14 Cash, 6,12 and 18 Months
��� ���-	
STOKER
Box 158 Courtenay
Men's Tailoring
Establishment
Courtenay Club Rooms
Latest New York Styles, Cutting
and Designing
Prices Reasonable
T. D. Hinds|
Late of Powell River, B. C.
Union St. Courtenay
Express  and Cokely & Ferris
Pray Stables
tetage meets all Boats
Dominion and B. C.
Land Surveyors
Telephone  29
Day or Night
lOscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTKNAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
1-������   n-
F.   PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Cement Work a Specialty
COURTENAY B. C.
Sub-division Work
a Specialty
Courtenay  -  B. C.
Palace Livery
& Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasouable Eates
We also attend to wood hauling
 " i
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Ijbuicribe   for   The    Review!Phone 25 Courtenay
Vancouver Markets
Saturday morning's auction sale
at the city market was well attended, and trading was active in all
lines. The largest business of the
day was done in poultry. A large
stock was on hand aud good prices
mere the rule. Broilers sold at $6
per dewen; small hens from $8 to
$10 per dozen; large hens from $9
to $12. Ducklings were in good
demand at 85 cents each. A large
shipment of ranch eggs sold at 35
cents per dozen.
New potatoes have started to
come in from Aggasiz, and are
making 2 cents a pound; old potatoes are clearing at $12 per ton.
Tomatoes, Nor 1, made $3 per
crate, and No. 2 sold at $2 per
crate.
There were also two grades of
strawberries on hand. One shipment of fine dry berries made from
$2 to $2.25 per crate, while another lot which showed more or less
the wet season, went at $i.50.
Cherries in 10-pound boxes sold at
$1 each, and in 20-pound boxes at
$1,50 each.
Oats maintained their former
prices at $28 per ton, aud hay sold
at $14. $15 and $16.
There are two regular auction
sales each week now, tho next one
taking place on Wednesday morning.at 10 o'clock.
BYRNE BROS.
Manufacturers of
High-Grade Havana Cigars. "Monarch"
and "Oak Brand"
For Sale at All Hotels
619 Johnson St.        Victoria
GET YOUR
Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing  and
Shoe Shining done by the
Courtenay Cleaners
���W, L. SCOTT, Prop.
Next door to the Butcher Shop
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
^Da: but the BEST WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
Waverley Hotel
Cumberland, B. C.
Best of Liquors and Cigars,   Hot and
Cold Water, Baths, etc.
FRANK DAM/AS, Proprietor
"Mac's" Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proprietors
5 Passenger Stoddart-Dayton
Motor Car For
Hire     _
A. J. MARSHALL, Owner and Driver
Phone  36
Union St.     Courtenay
Jos. Barrie
���Tobacconist
Dealer in
Choice Fruits,
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland
Hie Star
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended to.   All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire!
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
HAYING TOOLS
HAX FORKS HAY FORK HANDLES
SCYTHE STONES SCYTHES
MANILLA ROPE
We have a nice assortment of Screen Doors and Windows at
reasonable prices
Sole Ageuts for the Famous Kootenay Range
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY     ���     and
CUMBERLAND mm
Board of Trade Meeting
On Thursday afternoon last h
well attended meeting of the
Board of Trade was held. A number of communications were read
from different boards of trade.
Most of whom did not see their
way clear to endorse this Board's
recommendation that Asiatics
should not hold land in this province. The Committees appointed
re-dredging the river and Indian
reserve  reported progress.
A letter from the post office inspector re daily mail service was
read, and the matter will be taken
up with other local associations.
Applications for membership
were   received   from six   citizens,
which will bring the total membership up to about 55
The Secretary will be empowered to charge a rental for use of the
Board rooms.
He was also instructed to secure
a lease for 1 year from Mr. Fechner.
It was also decided to favour the
formation of a Centrl Board. Composed of representatives of all tlie
Boards   of Trade on the Island.
A committee was appointed to
endeavour to have the road from
Little River as speedily as possible.
The Board also decided to issue
a description pamphlet shortlv.
A motion was carried that the
Board make application to the local
government for a reserve to be
placed on Brown's river for water
for the use of Courtenay.
Post Office for Courtenay
CITIZENS    ENTHUSIASTIC   IN   ANTICIPATION   OF
NEW   BUILDING
A meeting was called on Thursday evening to discuss buying a site
for the new post office building for
which Mr. Clements our member
has had placed in the estimates the
sum of $5000. On motion Dr.
Millard was appointed chairman
and F. D. Cameron secretary. After
the chairman had briefly explained
why the meeting was called. The
Secretary read the correspondance
that had been received from the
member in connection with the new
buildings here, aud which was then
laid on the table for discussion.
After considerable talk as to
where would be the best site for
the building, which the citizens are
expected to donate, R. McCush's
corner was proposed, but the price
$2200 seemed prohibiting.
Mr. Sutton suggested the corner
opposite the creamery. Mr. Shannon, the corner back of the Builders'
Supply Co. Dr. Millard's corner
was suggested, and the Doctor said
that if the government would put
a good building on the corner they
could have it at a very low figure.
The lot which Mr. Cudmore has
sold to the Japanese was suggested,
but as it is only 60 x to feet it was
thought to be too small.
As it seemed impossible to agree
upon a site, a committee, composed
of Messrs. Shannon, Cameron,
Collins, and the president, were
appointed to see what suitable lots
were available, and the price of
same, and to report at next meeting. In the meantime Mr. Johnston told the meeting not to worry,
as he had the post-office in his vest
pocket.
The next day it developed that
the Postoffice Inspector had been in
town the day before, and that Mr.
Lewis had been seen, and that he
had offered a site free, and that the
deed was then on the way to the
government.
At the meeting held on Saturday
night, after a lot of discussion, three
lots were offered free of charge for
the site. Mr. Lloyd Dunham offered a choice of two lots on the Lake
Trail Road. Mr. McPhee offered
all the laud required, between the
school house and the Cumberland
road, but he was strongly of the
opinion that a five thousand dollar
building would be much too smalt
a building for the requirements of
Courtenay, but would give the land
for whatever building was put up.
Mr. Parez offered as much land
as was required up to 120 feet
square at the corner just south of
Dr. Millard's residence, this was
the largest, most valuable and most
central site offered, and had it been
generally fknswd the day before
that Mr. Perez would give a site
then, it is quite likely his offer
would have received more consideration, but as Mr. Dunham offered
a lot as soon as it became generally
known that a site was required, his
west end friends thought his offer
should be supported, and they turned out in numbers to do so with the
result lhat the vote stood 25 for
Dunham's site; 11 for McPhee's;
and 10 for Parez', and the secretary
was iustructed to write the authorities accordingly, and when an
engineer comes he will make a selection.
HEADQUARTERS FOR
FARM IMPLEMENTS
JUST ARRIVED
Direct from the Heney Manufacturing Co., ot Montreal, a car  load of
STEEL AND RUBBER TIRED
Buggies, Democrats and
Express Waggons
Also a Quantity of Extra
Wheels, Shafts and Buggy Poles
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
���>Mta*Wa|a^aa4Ma*aa>��a>,a<>ia��>iaa��Ma<��^aa^
Geo. Leighton
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder
COURTENAR   -   -   B. C.
Tree Temperature
It is not shade alone that makes
it cooler under a tree in summer.
The coolness of the tree itself is to be
considered, since its temperature is
about forty-five. Fahrenheit, at all
times, as that of the human body
is a fraction more than ninety-eifjht
degrees. So, it will be seen, a
clump of trees cools the air as a
piece of ice cools the water in a
pitcher.
It is for this reason that municipal experts contend that trees
should be planted in the tenement
districts of large cities. If, they
reason, the air can be made cooler
and purer by the trees, fewer children will die of heat ailments. As
more children die during the
months of June, July. August and
September than in any other period
of the year, the importance of the
suggestion has received widespread
notice.
Forehanded
A fine old gentlewoman, brought
up in all the most strict traditions
of its bluest circles, announced to a
friend one day that she had begun
the study of Hebrew. As the student was close upon fourscore, the
statement produced some surprise.
"Why Miss Blank," the friend
asked, "what good in this world
will Hebrew do you?" The old
lady, who has a wit still nimble
dispite her years, replied with demure swiftness: "It may not do
me much good in this world; but
when I get to heaven and meet my
maker, I should like to be able to
address Him in His own language."
SANDWICK
The Rev Thos. Meuzies arrived
home last Saturday.
Mr. C. R. Draper was a passenger on Saturday night's boat, also
Mr. Haggerstone.
Mrs. William Grieve and Miss
Stella Berkeley left on Sunday for
Vancouver on a visit.
Mr. Stanley Piercv of Stillwater is spending a few days in
Sandwick and proposes to return on
Friday accompanied by his brother
Wallace.
The creatiou of a thousand forests
is in one acorn.
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign woric done, go to
Sutton's.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Andrew Byron Crawford, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all   debts
due the above mentioned listate must lie
paid forthwith. Payment of such debts
niust be made at the office ol the Acadia
Trust Company limited at Courtenay
II. C.
ACADIA TRUST CO. Wd.
Kxeeutors and trustees of above-mentioned estate.
BBRTHA CRAWFORD,
Bxeeutrtx and trustee of the above-mentioned estate.
May 14, 1913,
Kodak���The    dependable   film.
Sold only at Peacey's Drug   store
The greatest man is he who
choses with the most invincible
resolution.
See that your Camera is a Kodak
or Brownie. They cost le.-s and
give better results than any other
kind. Sold only at Peacey's Drug
store.
GRANTHAM   SAWMILL
We are Now Running Full Time and are Able to
Supply Rough and Dressed Lumber
at Short Notice
Our Timber Is All First Class
Grantham Sawmill Co.
SANDWICK, B. C.
n
Stoddart, the Jeweler
Is now locoted where he gets the most business
You all know where?
COURTENAY
The future business center of the
Comox District
High Class Job Printing at
The Review Office
OUR type and machinery equipmnt is
complete.    We make a specialty of
good work���the kind you are proud of
and like to tell your friends about
Classy letterheads, cards, folders, etc.,
as well as the larger work���we are
there, gentlemen, and you will never
quit us if we get one chance at your
work
ctr THE REVIEW ��ac* /SI
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O, LI_D��� D.C.L, Prnident
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Manager AnltUnt General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian
Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the
same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the
Bank's business.   Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this
way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank.        e4
W. T. Willi F., '   r: i  r, t. i rti  .���������  ��� oi ion nnd UmLerland Cran   <��� ���
Ooiuox branch open nu Tuesday, Innn loto^
Comox Co-Operative Society
Butch
ers
We take pleasure in accomodating
our customers to tlie extent id our
ability. We therefore .solicit your
custom and prampt payinuit of
accounts when due, as our profits
me small. Thanking all our customers lor past and coi tinned
favours
Union Street
ct
Courtem y
Local Lines
Have a photo of your residence
taken bv the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Prices moderate
Several lar^e buildings are
about to be erected iu this vicinity
shortly.
Sam Kce, of Cumberland, was
fined $20 and costs aud his gun
confiscated for shooting without a
licence.
Work was started on Tuesday
morning on clearing the land for
the new speedway for the Agricultural grounds.
Miss Beattie, of Victoria, and
her niece. Miss Beattie, of Hornby
Island, are the guests of Miss
Beattie, of the orchard.
Keep Comox white. Its a
choice between white men and
brown men, and we choose to live
with white people all the time.
A reported strike of the engineers on the Cowichan prevented her
from making her regular trip here
on Tuesday. Many business nun
were much inconvenienced by her
failure to reach here with supplies.
Kodak���The dependable film.
vSold only at Peacey's Drug   store.
The local Orangemen will celebrate the glorious 12th at McKut-
chen's Point. There will be sports
for the children, speeches, etc.
Everybody welcome, brii g your
basket.
The Secretary of the Anglo-
Japanese Society was here on Monday of this week, iu an endeavour
to have the Japs and Chinese farmers allowed to sell ere; m to the
Comox Creamery. The patrons
would be unwise to allow the
product of these people to mix
with their cream. It 1 as taken
many years for the Creamery As>
sociatiou to get their buiter up to
the high standard it new enjoys.
The older patrons will remember
when they got but io a; d 13 cents
per pound, and when tlu y compare
that with last year's a\ erage price
of 33 cents per potn d for the
superior article, they will doubtless
hesitate to allow anytl ing to hap-
p:n which will have a tendency to
depreciate their butter, or its selling
qualities. If the orientals are good
butter makers and wait to get into
the business let them Luild a creamery themselves.
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are in a position   to   please the most fastidious.
It will be a pleasure to show   you   through our
stock, and we feel sine if you are in need of a hat
you will see the advantage of buying from us
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
The perfect fitting of your gown depends upon the corset you wear.
And since this year's modes border upon the extreme, to be properly
corseted is more important than ever.
You will get a really up-to-date model���one that suits your figure
perfectly���by asking for
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They give you perfect ease and comfort without sacrificing style.
Models 693, 575 and 715 are suitable for slim, girlish figures.
For medium figures, we recommend Models 705, 727 and 837.
Models 666, 777 and 633 are best for fully developed figures.
There is a complete range of sizes in each model.
McPhee & Morrison
COURTENAY and COMOX
NOTICE
The Undersigned hereby Rive notice
tlu- Estate nf Andrew liyron Crav
will imi lie responsible for nor pa\
debts or other obligations contracted
am- person without tlie written ordt
ilu- undersigned,
liiiHTHA Grace Crawpi
Acadia Trust Co., Ltd
Executrix nnd executors respeetivel
the Estate of Andrew Byron Crawl
Deceased.
June 3rd, 1913
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(Copyright)
(Continued)
Nol an easy man to manage or move
from any purpose he had formed, was
Murgatroyd's mental comment, after
a rapid but. fairly-searching glance.
it is good of you to come, Mr, Murgatroyd. Lei mo Introduce my
friends, Mr. Pickering and Dr. Spencer. Holh law and medicine are
products of civilisation, These exact
sciences could have no better representative*, Mr.  Murgatroyd.
Thero was a deprecating nave of the
hand, and half-movement of the greal
shoulders, us 1�� to apologise for the
Implied question, Mr. Muller spoke
Without accent of any kind, but slowly as a man does who thinks In one
language and translates Into another
while speaking.
1 am a barrister.
Murgatroyd was conscious that he
was being read. The strong light of
a pendant oil-lamp was resting on his
face.
Mr. Muller seemed lo have nothing
st Ilie Up of bis tongue, but It was
Pickering who actually spoke���
1 think 1 have heard your name, sir,
In another direction.
Murgatroyd did not help blm. He
regarded Ibe conversation rather as
an Impertinence, and besides he had
no wish to say more about himself
than was absolutely necessary.
As a journalist. Pickering went on
after a pause, slightly reddening, for
'jo saw Ihe topic was not appreciated.
1 write a little, Murgatroyd said
coolly; but not sufficiently to be heard
of outside a limited area In Fleet
Street.
Mllller read his visitor's dislike to
the Interrogation, and turned lhe subject by proposing cards. Little more
was said until eleven o'clock, when
tbe party broke up. Dr. Spencer and
Pickering lefi at once, but Muller detained  Murgatroyd.
You have a key?
Ves!   The  Falcon  Is liberal  In  that
respect.
Then slop and have a smoke.
There was nothing Murgatroyd desired morn than a lel"-a-tete with his
host, although be fell already the certainly of failure in his diplomacy.
Tbe mail-servant bad brought In
whisky and soda waler early in tlie
evening.      Mr.    Muller   handed    bis
W BURNING
ECZEMA ON FACE
Very Bad Case. Little Blisters
Broke and Formed Scabs, Thought
Would Be Disfigured for Life.
Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment a Month, Completely Cured.
Cold Brook, St. John, N, B.���"Outlcura
Soup i.im1 Ointment certainly cured my Utile
girl of a very bud ease of eczema. Sho had
-~,<v .... eczema on her face for al-
// Tv'.V [most two years. 1'irat little
' V; *��� ~j 'Oi'hlto blisters covered her
V ' 'A h'J ^*CO, * lu'n those would break
and form scabs, and I hey
Mero wry Itchy and burning, I used to have great
trouble In Hotting her to
Bleep al Ulght, She serai died
so I hail lodo all I could lo
prevent, her. for-sometimes she would scratch
the scabs oft and thou it would bo very soro
and burning. She was certainly a great care.
I treated her for It and also used different
kinds of blood medicine, and ointment but
got no cure. I thought the would be disfigured for life.
"It bad lasted about two years when one
day 1 saw an advertisement for Outlcura
Soap and Outlcura ointment In tho paper
so decided to fo'vo litem a trial. 1 bad not
used them for moro than a month when she
was completely cured. I cannot praise
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
enough. Of course 1 continue to use Gutl-
rura Soap as 1 llnd it the best soap on the
market for children." (Signed) .Mrs. John
S'cnnian, Dec. 30, 1911,
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are
���eld by druggists and dealers everywhere.
For a liberal free sample of each, with 32-p.
book, send post card I o Potter Drug cc Chem.
Corp., Dept. MD, Doston, U. S. A.
��V.   N.  U.  951
gursr some very flno Turkish tobacco.
This is not io be boughi in England
nor anywhere else for ihe matier of
that, he added. Vou English like
apotheosized Uaj. 'the niceties of a
properlj scented and flavored tobacco are lost upon the British palate.
Thev had by this time settled themselves io smoke iu lounge-chairs on
cither side of the li   Ure which biased
cheerily iu ihe wide hearth. Murgatroyd was nettled more al the lime of
calm racial superiority than sii ihe
actual words. Iiut ll was nol bis business in quarrel with this huge German
Whom he had come, if possible, to propitiate.
I have never taken much pain I to
Investigate tobacco from the ethnographical point or view, he laughed.
I study men in nil departments. 1
weigh them Iii tho line balances of a
discriminating judgment. I generalise, hut from carefully systematise*!
diiia. My conclusions are born of a
wide knowledge of men in varying
circumstances spread over a long period of lime,
Murgatroyd looked al his bust with
an even deeper scrutiny than lhe one
he liail vouchsafed him before. Muller
Interested him. while be repelled hlni.
lie fell he could weave aboul blm an
atmospheric web which would suit
llllll exactly, an intellectual environment soiled to (lie a rid tendencies
of lils temperament: but in his diagnosis there were mental complications slill unravelled, depths as yet
Unsounded. He read a good deal In
that calm, cynical, colorless, carefully
shaven face, but���there wns more to
read slill.
What age was the mail? When Murgatroyd first entered the card-room he
had taken him for a trifle over forty
but now, on closer scrutiny, afler the
fatigue of a well-fought game, he felt
that to ndd twenty years to the sum
might not be wide of the mark. The
hair, what there was of it, was of
the sandy hue which grows grey and
then white almost unpercelved, by
graduation rather than change, a development of degree.
There was a long pause while Iliey
smoked. Muller had leant back in his
arm-chair with his eyes closed, enjoying tbe fragrance of ihe weed which
he smoked in a deep-bowled, carefully
colored meerschaum pipe. Murgatroyd was wondering how lead up
lo the subject which was absorbing
his thoughts. It was Muller who
first broke the silence.
I have studied yon English the
world over���in Africa; in America; on
the continent of Europe; In your own
country. He spoke with slow emphasis.
I hope your verdict is not altogether unsatisfactory?
I like you���some of you���very well.
1 like your nation, I (rust vou���not at
all.
Murgatroyd shifted his legs. He
was getting angry; yet lie did not,
want to be angry. It is nearly always bad policy; It was more than
had policy; it was more than bad policy at the present lime.
I thought it was only the Frenchman���not you Germans���who was
ready to call perfide Albion at the
slightest provocation, and when it was
ciuile safe to do so.
I am not a German; I have forgotten my nationality. I am a cosmopolitan. Iu Berlin I am a Prussian. In
Vienna an Austrian, in Bttda-Pesth a
Magyar, in Paris a Parisian, in St.
Petersburg a Russian, In New York
an American.
And in London? Murgatroyd was
eyeing him, as a gladiator of old
would have watched a competitor in
the arena.
In London���wiih a little laugh, 1
read the Pioneer. It is a liberal education. The Pioneer amuses me.
They know so much at the Pioneer���
and so little.
Murgatroyd had begun to Question
how much his host knew of himself. It
seemed a curious coincidence, if nothing more, that Muller had brought
ihe Pioneer into the conversation.
Muller went on in the sort of half-
soliloquy he affected���
No, 1 am never an Englishman. London is big enough for all the races,
and iliey seethe and seethe in its
midst. One day they will tear Its
great heart out���but that will not be
yet. But if the German ever does
land���then look at home, lie will
find plenty of allies, and all of them
mind you, trained sodiers.
England will be ready when the
time comes���if it ever does.
li will.
Murgatroyd took no police of the Interruption .
We shall never seek war. It Is
agalUBt our interests as well as our
insliiicis. All we ask is fair play
and our Just rights. There is iliis
Transalplan Question for instance, and
Murgatroyd shot a glance al  Muller.
The latter was re-lighting his nicer-1
schaum, apparently only half attending.      When  the pipe question  was
satisfactorily adjusted, he  turned  to
lhe other���the International one.
Yes, there Is the Transalplan matter; I have heard of it.
.Most readers of the papers have, the :
journalist replied tartly. Such fencing
was poor stuff as well as irritating.
I only read the English papers oc-
Studying E.-stern Slope Foresti
The Eon .try Branch of the Depar
inent of the Interior Is, this summer,
continuing til study of the forest conditions of tlie eastern slope of lhe
Rock; Mountains, which was begun
a couple of seasons ago bv Mr. T. \V.
jDwighl, M.P,
The result of Mr. Dwight'S imesil-
gatlon bas lately been published in
pamphlet form by the Branch as their
Anils, pile Hand Cleaner
'Softens iiiid whitens llir hand*. - remove!
lhe mosl obstinate stains���oil, grease,
paint, etc.
ASf! YOC/K DSALi li
S\\t COMPANY. Mill 111), Honlrrsl.
���F
bullet in No.  '���
ill!ions in  tin
I est  Reserve.'
I mentioned, it
| comprises the
i of moderation and justice.      Ah, It is
i hypocritical lhat Press of yours, friend
Englishman,
j     Murgatroyd  kept   bis    temper,    bill
Willi difficulty.
! In this Transalplnn question, at any
I rate, we nr.e In the right without a
shadow of doubt. There Is only one
evidential link wanting. Murgatroyd
paused a moment Iben went on speaking very, directly to Muller. who sal
burled lnjho chair opposite, wnlching
Ihe rings-of smoke from his pipe ascending towards the ceiling. The
man who produces ibe necessary evidence will assist Ihe cause of justice,
-and can command what reward be
likes.
Muller ohm Iticd.
Ah! now we come to Ilie point! Vou
speak authoritatively, Mr -Mr, Murgatroyd?
(To be Continued)
Mlnard's Liniment Co., Limited,
Yarmouth, N.S.
Gentlemen,1���In January lusl, Francis Leclare, one of the men employed
by me, working in the lumber woods,
had a tree fall on hlni, crushing him
fearfully, lie was, when found,
placed on a sled and taken home,
where grave fears were entertained
for his recovery, his hips heing badly
bruised and his body turned .black
from his ribs to his feet. We used
MINARD'S LINIMENT on him freely
to deaden tbe pain and with the use
of three bottles lie was completely
cured and able to return to his work.
SAIJVEUR DUVAL.
Elgin  Road, L'Islfit Co., Que.
!, entitled "Forest Con-
Rocky Mountains For-
Tli'i  forest   reserve
will   bo   remembered,
entire eastern slope of
ilu* itocky Mountains, from ilu* inter-,
j national boun inry lo a point farther
| north than the latitude of Edmonton.
| The snidy takes In only ibe southern
| part of the reserve
In lhe bulletin referred to. Mr.
Dvvlgul describes Hie trees of ihe region and disciisse.   the effect on Ihem
iof altitude, aspect and   other   conditions.    He also ,oeo Into the effect of
fires, lumbering an   oilier factors on
I the forest  and its growth.    Methods
j of lumbering are also discussed, wllh
the idea always iu mind of renewing
Hie forest ami getting a second crop
of timber.      Methods followed on the
Pulled Stales ���National    Forests'    In
Montana are described lu Ihls connection, and the bulletin concludes with n
j number of tables of a technical na-
llure, showing, among    oilier    details,
j lhe yield to be expected from foresls
of the  various  types.    A   number of
half tone nits are used lo Illustrate
ihe .bulletin,
Copies may be obtained gratis from
ihe Director of Forestry, Ottawa.
Ella (spitefully)���Their marriage
was nothing hut a trade union.
Sophie���A trade union?
Ella���Yes; she traded her money for
his title.
Slate of Ohio, City ot Toledo,      \
Lucas County i      "
Frank .L Cheney makes oath that he Is
senior partner of the Arm of P. J.
Cheney ft. Co.. doing business In Ihe city
of Toledo. County and Stale aforesaid,
and lhat said firm will pay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
every case of Catarrh that cannot bo
cured by Ibe use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J.  CHENEY.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed In
)..y presence, i...s Gib day of December,
A.D.  18S6.
ISeal.) A.   W.   CI.EASON,
Notary Public.
Hall's C,il��rr1i Cure Is taken Internally,
nnd nets directly on lhe blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for test; .onlals free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O,
Sold by all druggists,  75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Was Broad Enough
Why has your wife decided to give
up the European trip she was contemplating?
She happened to hear somebody say
that travel broadened one.
HER "BEST FRIEND"
A Woman Thus Speaks of Postum
caslonally. They irritate me, and disturb my digestion. A man cannot
afford to tamper with his digestion
at my time of life.
1 thought it was a generally recognised fact in foreign circles that our
Press was second to none in lhe world
���the Times, for instance.
And the Pioneer!      Ho!
Muller gave a guttural laugh.   '
Your press is like yourselves.      It
Is a bully!    A take-all and give-none; 1
a live and not-let-live.      It bolsters!
up spoliation nnd robbery with a sliowj
We usually consider our best friends
those who treat us best.
Some persons think tea and coffee
are real friends, but watch them carefully awhile and observe lhat they
are two of the meanest of all enemies
for they stab one while professing
friendship.
Tea and coffee contain a poisonous
drug���caffeine���which injures the delicate nervous system and frequently
sets up disease In one or more organs
of the body, if its use is persisted in.
"I had heart palpitation and nervousness for four years and the doctor told me the trouble was caused by-
coffee. He advised me to leave it off,
but I thought 1 could not," writes a
Western lady.
"On the advice of a fl'l! '.d 1 tried
Postum and It so satisfied me I did
not care for coffee after a few days
trial of Postum.
"As weeks weni by und 1 continued
to use Postum my weight increased
from !'8 lo 118 pounds, and lhe heart
trouble left. me. I have used It a!
year now and am stronger than I ever
was. 1 can hustle up stairs without
any heart palpitation, aud 1 am free
from nervousness.
"My children are very fond of Postum and it agrees wllh them. My
sister liked it when she drank it at my
house; now she lias Postum at home
and has become very fond of il. Vou
may use my name if you wish as I
am not ashamed of praising my best
friend���Postum." Name given by
Canadian Postum Co., Windsor, Out.
Postum now comes in new concentrated form called Instant Postum. It
is regular Poslum, so processed at the
factory that only the soluble portions
are retainsd.
A spoonful of Instant. Postum with
hot waler, and sugar and cream to
taste, produce instantly a delicious
beverage.
Write for the little book, "Tbe Road
to Wellville."
"There's a Reason" for Postum.
1 had In kill my dog this morning.
Was be mail?
Well, he didn't seem any too well .
pleased.
A GOOD MEDICINE
FOR THE SPRING
Don't Use Harsh Purgatives���A
Tonic is All You Need.
Not exactly sick���but not feeling
quite well. Thnt is (lie way most
people feel in the spring. Easily tired, appetite fickle, sometimes bead-
aches, and a feeling of depression.
Pimples or eruptions may appear on
ihe skin, or 1 here may be twinges of
rheumatism o.* neuralgia. Any of
these indicate that the blood is out. of
oi'dei���that tlie indoor life of winter I
has left its marl; upon you and may
easily develop inlo more serious J
double.
Do not dose yourself   with   purgatives, as so many people do, In the j
hope   that  you  can  put  yonr  blood |
right.      Purgatives    gallop    through
Ihe system and weaken instead of giving strength.    Any doctor   will   tell
you this is true.    What yen need ini
spring ls a tonic, that will make new
blood and build up lhe nerves.    Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills is the only medicine that can do this speedily, safely and surely.      Every dose of this j
medicine makes    new    blood    which
clears the skin, strengthens the appe-!
tlte and makes tired, depressed men. {
women and children bright, active nnd
Strong.      Mrs. Maude Bagg, Lemberg, j
Sask., says: "1 can unhesitatingly re-1
commer.d Dr. Williams' Pink Pills as
a blood builder and tonic.    I was very ]
much run down when I began using
the Pills, und a  few  boxes fully restored my health."
Sold by all medicine dealers or by
mail at ho cents a box or six boxes
for "$2.50   from   Tlie   Dr.   Williams'j
Medicine Co., Bi'ockvillo, Ont.
Some Utile girls were boasting oft
their  respective  families,    They  had |
passed from  clothes  to personal ap-j
pearance, and finally came to parental dignity.    The minister's little girl
boasted:
Every package that comes ror my j
papa, is marked D'.D.
And every package that comes for
mv daddy is marked   M.D.,   retorted |
the daughter of the physician.
Then followed a look of contempt
from the youngest of the party. Huh!
she exclaimed, that's nothing;  every!
package that comes to our house has j
three  letters  on  It��� C.O.D.
Home-Grown  Tablecloth
Tlie Hlsliop of Richmond, Knglant,
used lo tell Ibis story about his father:
Ile was a farmer, nnd a nice old
gentleman, too. One year be look l:
Into his head lo grow flax, so h* sowed Ibe seed, and having n good croft
sent II away to be mnde iulo a tablecloth.
Some lime inter, when sealed al dinner, he remarked lo a lady near him:'
Do you know, I grew tbis lahlcclotk
myself.
Did you really? she answered, willy
(lie greatest surprise. How ever dio"
yon manage it?
Well, most uiyslei'i.Hsly, if you'll
promise not to tell anyone, I'll tell
you.    1 planted a napkin.
Small but Potent.���Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are small, but they are effective in action. Their fine qualities
as a corrector of stomach troubles art
known lo thousands and they are iu.
constant demand everywhere by those,
who know whnt a safe and simple remedy they are. They need no In.-
ti'oductlon lo those acquainted witb
them, but io those who may not know
Ihem (bey are presented as the besi
preparation on the market for disorders of the stomach.
A funny mistake occurred lately le
printing labels for a meat-preservinr
company. The printer had been iu
the habit ot labelling tins of beef or
mutton as the case might be, with the.
words 'without hone' prominent
ly displayed. Tho company bavins
added kidney soup to its list, lhe new
article war. uuly ticketed as 'Kldnej
soup���without bone.'
Clergyman (Indignantly)���You say
you haven't anything to be thankful
for? Why, look at your neighbor
Hayes; he has just lost his wife by
influenza.
Burke���But lhat don't do me any
good;  I ain't   layes.
UPTON'S PURE FRUIT JAM
Made front pure fruit and pure
apple jelly is most delicious
and economical.
Ask Your Grocer.
For years Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator has ranked as the most, effective preparation manufactured, and
It always maintains its reputation.
Pa. was Job a doctor? Not that I
know of. Then why do people have
so .much to say about the pal ictus
ot Job?
When some years ago the new Viscountess Wolseley introduced gardening as a profession and a pastime for
young women she could scarcely havi.
realized the far-reaching effects of her
enterprise. (lard ui.ig Is now be
ing adopted almost broadcast as i
pastime among the children of tlu no
blest In the hind. The young daughters of the Dulte and Duchess of Tec*
are greatly interested in It, as wet
as their cousin, Princess Mary, lilt
King and Quee.i's daughter
"BLOOD IS THICKER THAN WATER"
Without flood red blood i man has a weak heart and poor nerves.  ThinneM of
the blood, or anaemia, is common in young folks as well a* old.   Especially is it
llll.   UIU1IU,   \tt    (allaBCHlIS,   12 V.VII1IIIUII   III   ��aiyil��   ������<��������< ������   ..���.a   ���ar    -.-��� -  , --���    -	
tht cue with those who work in Uiy venUlatfd factories- or those who are shut
up Indoors In winter time with a coal stove burning up the oxygen or emitting
carbonic 1 oxide) (as. This blood, or blood which lacks the red blood corpus.!, *.
in anaemic people may have been caused by lack of Kood fresh air breathed into
lungs, or hy poor digestion or dyspepsia.   Sometimes people suffer Intent,:
ain over the heart which is not heart disease at all, but caused by indlgeslioi,.
Vhatever Ihe cause, there's just one remedy that you can turr io-Vnowim*,
that il has given satisfaction tor over 40 years. . ������>
DR. PIERCE'S
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GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY
te a blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomachi into vigorous
action. 11 Ihus assists Ihe body to manufacture rich red blood which feeds the
heart-nerves-brain and organs ot Ihe body. The organs work smoothly Hln
machinery running In oil. You leel clean, strong and strenuous Instead of tired,
weak and faint. Nowadays you can obtain Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery Tablets, as well as the liquid form from all medicine dealers, or tablets
by mail, prepaid In $1 or 50c size. Adres* R. V. Pierce, M. D, Buffalo, N. Y.
DR. PIBRCB'S GRBAT IMS PAGE lUtiSTRATBD COMMON SENS! MEDICAL
ADVISER Will BB SENT FREE, CIOTH BOCHD TOR �� ONB-CENT STAMPS. THE REVIEW, COURTENAY, B.C.
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FOR MAKING SOAR
SOFTENING WATER,
REMOVING   PAINT,
DISINFECTING SINKS.
CLOSETS,DRAINS,ETC.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE
REFUSE  SUBSTITUTES
Contradictory Terms
An American visitor lo Cambridge
inught explanation of some unfamiliar
terms, which a genial Hon was do-
lighted to elucidate, Full term, lie
explained, Is three-quarters of a term,
Mill Ibe .May week Is Ilie llrst tortnlghl
In June. A day of general admission
Is llto day on which men leave Ilie
University, or ordinary degree Is one
conferred by a special exam, aud an
Inspector of art Is one who has been
���in art student for at leasl six years.
The V'anlcee passed a hand across
ills weary brow. Anil will tbey, he
juerled, pill mo In tbo London train
if I ask for a ticket to Cambridge?
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 11 DAYS
l'onr (InigKlMl will refund money If PAZO
DINTMl'iNT fulls to cure any cane of Itch-
iny,  uind, Bleeding or Protruding; Piles
ui li io 11 duys.    Boo.
George was famous for being late
���it bis appointments-, He was engaged to be married to a-young lady
1n a neighboring city, and when the
day of the ceremony arrived George,
is usual, did not put in an appearance.
The bride was on the verge of ner-
rous prostration when tlie following
telegram was received from the missing bridegroom:
Dear Helen���Missed lhe early train.
Will arrive on the 4.31. Don't get
married until 1 get there.    George.
Must  Renumber Him
A well-known goalkeeper while taking n stroll in a certain North Country
town, was greatly BUl'pi'tsed one day
when a slraur.er rushed up lo blm,
seized iiim by the hand, and shook It
warmly.
TllPfQ must lie some mistake, stunt-
niered llu* football player.     I
.Mistake! Ob, dear, nol broke In
the stranger. Thai Is i" say. you
are ���   , aren't you'.'
Ves: but what lias that gut. to do
Willi IIV
Oil, don't you remember when S���
shot at coal yesterday you tipped tlie
luill over the net  Into llu* crowd.
Again cable the reply lu tlie affirmative.
Then, bang It all, exclaimed Ilie
stranger, triumphantly, you must remember me, I was Ibe chap who
threw the ball back again.
ALL THE TIRED
NERVOUS WOMEN
CAN  FIND A CURE IN DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS
It Will Prevent Ulcerated   "hroat ���
At the first, symptoms of sore throat,
which presages ulceration and inflama-
tion, take a spoonful of Dr. Thomas'
Bclectl'ic Oil. Add a little sugar to it
to make it palatable. It will allay
the irritation and prevent the ulceration and swelling that are so painful.
Those who were periodically subject
���o quinsy have thus made themselves
immune to attack.
Two women, one of whom carried a
baby, entered a well-known furnisher's
>ne day lust summer and signified
<i desire to look at some carpets. It
was 'warm, Dili the salesman cheerfully showed roll after roll until tlie perspiration streamed from his face. Finally one of the women asked the
other if she did not think it. was lime
���to go. Not quite, was the answer of
her companion; and then in an undertone she added: Baby likes to see him
roll tbem out. and we've plenty of time
o catch the train.
Mlnard's     Llnlmer.t      Lumberman':
Friend
School Teacher ��� Now, Master
Thompson, -tell me the denominations
Unto which-the money of the United
'Kingdom Is divided.
Master Thompson���Don't know.
School Teacher���Don't you know
ttow the money your father brings
!iiome every Saturday night ls divided?
Master Thompson���'Taint divided;
mother takes it til.
Buy
a'ory
Here's a chance
(or you to buy
youi range from
the factory and
save 30%���to
buy it on easy
terms and to get
the very range
you would choose, even if you
had to pay the retail price.
Our free book shows you
emclly whet the range it like. It de-
icribee each point clearly, ind we
guarantee our range to bo juit
at represented.
You night u well Mve the retail
proRt.   Miil the coupon to-d��y.
Dominion Pride
Ri
Lange
��� Poluhed
Biteel body���
��� unbreakable
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Please sand Back. ^^    Freight
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W. N. U. 95'
Madame Perreault Tells How She
Cured Her Kidneys With Dodd's
Kidney Pills, and Found Health and
Contentment.
Vomer, Ont. (Special)���"I am very
content, Dodd's Kidney Pills have
made me well." Those are the words
of Madame Eugene Perreault, a highly-respected lady of this place, and
mother of a large family. For twenty years she was a sufferer. But let
ber tell her own story.
"I was always tired and nervous,"
she states. ' I felt heavy and sleepy
after meals. My limbs were heavy
and I had a dragging sensation across
my loins. My skin Itched and burned
at night. 1 had a bitter laste in my
mouth especially in the morning. In
twenty years 1 hardly knew what it
was to have a well moment. Then I
commenced to use Dodd's Kidney
Pills.     Six boxes cured me".
Madame Perreault's symptoms were
those of kidney disease. They are
the symptoms of nine out of ten of
the nervous, rundown, pain-racked women of Canada. Madame Perreault
found a speedy and complete cure In
Dodd's Kidney Pills. They simply
cured her kidneys.
Just Like Me**
Dolly was not quite six when her
mother bought, a flock of nine Plymouth Rock hens and a rooster, and
diligent ly explained to Dolly that the
rooster was the papa hen and the rest
were all mamma hens. After two i
three days of confinement, to accustom tbem to their coop, they were let
out to wander about the yard, and
Dolly was set to watch them. The
hens stayed together nicely, but the
rooster showed a tendency to wander
into the next-door neighbor's chicken
yard. Dolly chased him back time
and again, until she was tired and
out ot patience. She turned her hack
for a minute, and when she looked
round there were ilie hens by the
coop, while the rooster was sedately
pacing across tlie garden towards the
next. yard.
Dolly stamped her foot ou the sidewalk and screamed: Come back here!
Come buck to your own family. The
rooster proceeded with perfect equanimity. Dolly watched him for a moment with a look of utter disgust.
Then her mother heard her say, very
emphatically:
That's just like you men, anyway.
Lord Dufferin delivered a.i address
before the Greek class of the M'Gill
University about which a reporter
wrote:
Ills Lordship spoke to the class in
the purest ancient Greek, without mispronouncing a word or making the
slightest grammatical solecism.
Good heavens! remarked Sir Hector Laugevin to the late Sir John A.
Macdonald. how did the reporter
know thai?
I told him, was the Co servatlve
Btateman's answer.
But you don't know Greek.
True; but I know a little about
politics.
Where have you been, Frank?
In Manchester.
What were you doing there?
I ran a photograph gallery.
Did you gel  anything ta d"?
Well, I should say i did. I put out
a sign: Babies taken hor.*. and lieu
morning there were [our of them left
on the doorstep.
Thouflht It was Poetry
A   celebrated   journalist   ouce  con-1
eluded an important artlel      with    a!
carefully composed and eloquent  per-]
oration.    To  Ills dismay,  however, n
printer's idlosyncrasj caused this
peroration lo appear to the world out
up into separate lines, and posing as
a poetical quotation.
Tho irate Journalist, conscious that
somo of his b^st work had been spoil-
oil, rushed wildly   into   tin*   editor's]
sanctum and pointing to tne printed
muddle, excitedly exclaimed���
Look here a' ihls. See what lhat
I'Kiidisli printer has done. Uo has
ruined    utterly ruined-my work.
The editor, Willi that serere composure und affability which Is so characteristic of ills race, listened quietly
to a recital of lhe printer's crimes,
nud then gravely arose.
I will see Just Ice done, my good fellow, he murmured; and then, armed
witli a copy of ibe paper, strode into
ih" composing-room,
Jenkins, did you set up this?
A compositor of the good old school
came forward,
Ves, sir. thai Is some of my work.
And very line work it Is, too, ev
claimed the   editor.    Do   you   know
Uiul Ibis Is somo of Mr. S 's lluest
prose, aud you have been Ihick-head-
ed enough lo net  it up for poetry?
Prose, is ll, sir? muttered Ilie compositor. Well, I lo.iked nt that passage, and 1 lead 11 for'ards, and 1
read it baolc'ards, and I read It likewise upside down, bul 1 couldn't make
head nor lull nor common sense out
of It. so I thought it must, li ��� poetry
and printed It as such.
Mlnard's Liniment used by Physicians
What He Wants.I
Willi lhe air of one who Iik no moment lo spare, she bustled into the
bookshop.
I want, a book for my husband,
please, she began, ll's his birthday,
and I want it for a present. He'll be
forty-four. Show ine what you have
���and be quick, please! Nothing too
expensive, aud I don't want anything
cheap, eitli-r. lie's a niild-iiiaiiiiev-
od num. and not fond of sports, so
don't show mo anything; in that line;
and for goodness sake don't offer me
any of those trashy novels; and no
matter how you Ir;, to persuade me,-
1 won't lake anything in the line of
history or biography. Come now, I'm
in a dreadful hurry, and you bave
already wasted too much of my time
here! Of course you don't know my
husband, but from all I've said can't
you suggest, something appropriate?
The assistant lifted down a small
volume from one of the shelves.
Yos, ma'am, he answered. I think
I have the very thing. Here is a
little, book entitled: How to Manage
a Talking Machine.
Nothing as Good for Asthma Astir
ma remedies come and go but: every
year tbe sales of the ~riginal Dr. J.
D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy grow
greater and greater. No further evidence could be asked of its remarkable
merit. It relieves. It is always of
the same unvarying quality which the
sufferer from asthma learns to know.
Do not suffer another attack, but get
this splendid remedy today.
It's no use talking, remarked Banks
dejectedly. It's impossible to make
a woman understand even the first
principles of finance.
What's the matter now? inquired
Henderson.
Matter! ejaculated the disgusted
Banks. Why, when I was away yesterday the baby swallowed a threepenny-piece. And what does my wife
do biit call in a doctor and pay him
half a guinea for getting that coin
back
Sweet Bits
of Corn
Skilfully cooked���
Post
Toasties
-���-At Your Service.
Ready to eat direct from
tightly sealed sanitary package.
From our ovens to your
table Pest Toasties are not
touched by human hand.
Delicious with cream and
sugar or fruits.
For sale by grocers everywhere.
Post Toasties have
Distinctive Flavor
Canadlaa Postum Cereal Company,
Ltd., Windsor, Ont.
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POLISH
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1
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The only matches of the kind
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The "tips" are positively
harmless. You or your children can bite or swallow them
without danger.
Sold in two sizes���eguUr
and pocket. Protect yourself
by using i one but Eddy's
new "Ses-qui."
Ask
Your
Dealer
TO submit to a headache Is to waste energy, time snd comfort,
To stop it at once simply take
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
Your Druggist will confirm our statement that they do not contain
anything that can harm heart or nervous system.    25c. i box.
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Talked In Vain
Tills, madam, said the house agent,
is the larder. You will observe that
it haa a brick floor and slate shelves,
which keeps the meat delightfully
cool. The marble slab ia designed to
hold a week's supply of fish. That
patent ventilator causes a constant
current of fresh air to circulate round
the game, so that your pheasants will
never be loo high lo reajh; and here
we have hooks for joints not required
for immediate* use. The fact of its
facing south is a great advantage as
new-laid eggs placed near the window
in tlie morning will often turn into
spring chickens during the afternoon.
You may spare uie further deiuils,
remarked tho lady acidly. We are
strict vegetailans,
A married woman thinks she ls being neglected miles:, her husband lets
her buy his socks and lies.
"amily Jar ���
A man and wife were hav.ng.-. little
family discussion���you know the kind.
I didn't get much of a man when I
married you, snarled the wife.
WeTI, you wouldn't expect a high-
class man to pick you out, would you?
was the gentleman's comeback.
And tlioi the fun blurted.
"Feed it to the Kiddies"
UPTON'S
PURE   FRUIT    JAM
Have You Tried It ?
. r.rly Rising
Oilibs���So you've bought a farm, eh?
What are you going to raise first?
Dibbs���Tlu inomy to work it.
Health Necessary
for Good Work
Whether working for oneself or for
others, no man or woman can do efficient work unless the health is i.i
good condition.
Competition is keen these days, and
success goes to those who are strong,
energetic and ambilions'.
From a purely flr.aneial standpoint
you cannot afford to neglect the warnings given by headache, neuralgia,
sleeplessness, Indigestion, loss of energy, mental vigor ami physical
strength.
Most workers, whether their wo.k
is niain.al or mental, find themselves
handicapped at times by .. run-down
condition of the system.
For all such we have a message
(hat will bring joy and gladness into
their lives. We want you to know
about Dr. Chase's Nervo Food, the
great, restorative, which forms new
blood and restores feeble, wasted
nerve cells.
By using this food cure you can Instil new energy and strength into
every organ of the .lUinan body. Pains,
aches and physical weakness soon disappear, and health is brought up to
high-water mark by
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
Su cenis a box, 6 tor $2,60, a! all deal
ited,
era, or Ednianson, Ba'.es & C
Toronto. I ������
I
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HR^
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Everything for the Builder and everything of the Best
HE BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O. Box 230
"Not better than the best>it betterJhan the rest"
ii�� J~iT_in  m fUt s*~mL j  **jemS%tt^^
adia Trust Co.
HOfviE OFFICE   ���   VANCOUVER, B. C.
Acts as Trustees, Administrates of Estates, General
Financial Agents, Real Estate, Mortgages,
Loans, Insurance, Etc.
��/Q Paid on Deposits
Property owners of the Comox Valley are specially
invited to list their real estate with this Company
DENMAN ISLAND
The first of July being Dominion Day the people of Deuman and
Hornby rslauds meet at Chalmers
bea h and spent a most enjoyable
day, picnicing. Sports for the
..;' up folks and the children,
: Ing, jumping, tug-of-war
an ! a number of other events. We
���hank tlie ladies foi bringing such
iii al undaut sni>i>!y of good things
lo eat, which was served on the
grounds. After supper there was
a baseball game played, thence a
goodly number of the party proceeded to the hall where thty
danced until an early hour in the
morning.
Most of the fanners have started
haying this week. The appearance of the hay crops look to be
good this season.
The government surveyors have
been here the past week surveying
tor a number of the farmers,
Mrs. J. Anderson, of Courtenay,
is spending a week with Mrs. P.
C, Smith.
Mrs. 1*\ Dumaresq aud family
from Vancouver are spending their
holidays ��t with Mrs. S. Dumaresq
Mr. J. Smith has returned to
town after spending his holidays
with P, C. Smith.
Ladies' Aid Meets
The July meeting of the Ladies'
Aid of the Presbyterian church was
held at the home of Mrs. Salmond.
There was a large attendance from
Courtenay and Saudwick. It was
found that after paying allexpences
$123.25 was cleared at the Strawberry Festival.
It was decided to hold a Raspberry social the latter part of this
month. The ladies also decided to
give $500 towards the building of
the new church at Courtenay.
After the business meeting was
over Mr. and Mrs. Salmond entertained everybody to a tempting repast set out on lhe lawn, the usual
bountiful supply of strawberries
being enjoyed by all.
The ladies will meet next month
at the I ome of Mrs, Lucius Cliffe.
Automobile Dance
The Automobile Association's
first ball was held in the opera
house on Tuesday evening, and
was a delightful success. The
music wus furnished by Prof. Harvey's orchestra, of Nanaimo, and
was fully up to its usually high
standard. The ladies were handsomely gowned, and the gentlemen
well groomed, while the supper
provided by Mine Host Fechner
at the Biverside, was all that could
be desired. There was not quite
so good a crowd as was expected,
but the hall was comfortably filled
and was beautifully decorated with
bunting, flags and streamers. The
members had thoughtfully placed
their autos at the disposal of their
guests which was much appreciated.
NOW OPEN
Courtenay Bakery
Homemade Bread
Biscuits, Pies,
Cakes  and
Shortbread
Wedding Cakes Made to
Order
W. AITKEN, Prop.
Notice
M.ssrs. K. T. Cliffe and W. B.
Higgins have purchased the Comox Livery Stables from Mr.
John McKenzie, and will continue
to carry on the business as formerly.    Your patronage is solicited.
E. T. Ci.ii'i'i;
W. B, Higgins
Sibley & Pollock
Contractors & Builders
Artistic Bungalows a Specialty
Masonry and Briekwear of every description.       Plans furnisecd
Estimates Free
All Work Gnaeanteed
Just Arrived, a Pull Hue  nf 1913 Model
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Cull and get a Catalogue, Vou will want
One Soon
We are the Only Store in   Comov Valley
sellini; Kodaks and Kodak Films
Messrs. Selby & Pollock, contractors, trom Nanaimo, have decided to locate in Courtenay. They
find there is a demand for a better
class of lumber than is to be procured here and to that end have
decided in the near future to have
a stock of No. 1 kiln dried lumber
on hand.
COURTENAY
B. C.
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Call of The Hills
Come,   let us seek the  Hill-god's
shrine,
O, my Love make no delay,
Come, with you onlo can be miue
All the gladness of this day.
Come,  let us   seek the Hill-god's
shrine,
By the aisles ot pine-woods dim,
There   lingering list   the chant divine,
Of Nature's opening hymn.
Come, let  us seek  the   Hill-god'��
shrine,
*Yond    the   utmost   wind-bent
boles,
And let his living light to shine
On the dark hills of our souls.
Come, let us seek   the   Hill-god's
shrine,
On the wide free moors above,
There let us driuk  the Hill-god's
wine
To the pledge Eternal Love.
���T. A.
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUIlXAN, Prop.
PhoueJJ7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
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Oasoline Engines Repaired 8c OverhtuUd
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