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VOL. 1
COURTENAY, B. C, THURSDAY. MAY 29, 1913
NO. 27
10 ACRE BLOCKS
Fronting on Good Road Easy to Clear
class So 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 Yor Verandah Cool
by 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
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
Rerl Estate and Insurance
UNION STREET COURTENAY
LOCAL LINES
Young Berkshire pigs for s Ue,
Apply J. Lawrence, Kye Hay.
Tlie Kodak book, and Brownie
book are free at Peacey's Drug
store.
Wanted���A firtst-class waitress
Apply at once, The Restmore Grill
Courtenay,
When yon want amateur photo
supplies go to thu Courteuay Photo
Studio.    Local views for sale.
Hook keeping and auditing,
monthly accounts mads up, Terms
moderate.   Apply. T. A. E, Daniel.
A Snap���5-Acre Block, partly
cleared, I-; mile from No. 8 shaft,
$tooo, easy terms. Apply, Hardy
& lliscoe,
Lost���On Sunday, May it, a
ladiy's gold watch, between Courtenay and Berkley's Flats. Reward
to finder.    W. J. W-atchorii.
For salc---I.ijen.se, good will and
business of the Courtenay Hotel.
Apply to J. Johnston, Courtenay,
B.C.
Wood for Sale- $3,75 per cord,
Block wood sold by the inch. Apply
0. Bridge, opposite The Builders
Supply Co.
For rent���4 roomed house, 3 acres
of land, hay and orchard, rental $15
per month, apply office Acadia
Trust Co., Limited. Courtenay.
For sale���Thoroughbred Plymouth Rock and brown Leghorn
eggs for hatching. Apply Herbert
Shopland, Sandwick P. O., Phone
R90
Just Received���A consignment
of the choicest Hay that has ever
reached the District, also crushed
oats and wheat. A. B. Crawford,
Estate.
For best clean river sand and
gravel for plastering, cement and
concrete wash, delivered at reasonable rates. ApplyR U. Hurford,
Sandwick, P. O.
Dr. D. E. Kerr, dentist, will remain at Cumberland uutil the end
of May. From June 1st to 12th he
will be at Courtenay. Appointments
may be made at the Courtenay
Drug Store.
Lost���Between Kilpatricks Mill
and George Leighton's house, a
pair of gold rim eyeglasses. Finder
will kindly return to the Review
office and receive reward.
For Sale���5, 10 or 15 acres of
land, 21-2 miles from Courtenay,
1-2 mile from Courtenay River, 1-2
mile from Power plant. Logged.
Apply Hickman & England, Courtenay,
The pure bred imported Perch-
eron stallion "Besigne," owned by
the Comox Horse Breeders Assn.,
will stand for the season at the
barn of Mr. J. Milligan, lower road.
For Sale���Seed potatoes early
and late. Good croppers, same
that helped to get the cup at New
York for British Columbia. *\pplv
T. C. Woods, Sandwick P. O,
Phone R 06.
To Let-- 3 roomed house at
Grantham, 6. miles from Courtenay, on Island Highway, school-
house one mile, camp 4 one mile and
a half, or would sell with acreage.
1. B. Bailey, Grantham.
Just arrived at Willard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lap rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness repairing promptly and neatly done*.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
Boats For Sale
and Hire
Boats of Any Size
Built to Order
On Short  Notice
. .���--�����.��.	
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
Kodak���The dependable film.
Sold only at Peacey's Drug   store.
Miss Mildred Boden arrived in
town on Tuesday.
Mr. Horace McPhee is spending
a week at Vancouver.
Major Hilton was a passenger on
Tuesday's boat going to Vancouver.
Mrs. D, Kilpatrick and daughter
Amy left on Tuesday's boat for
Vancouver,
F. R. F. Biscoe has purchased a
new Ford automobile, lie expects
it here this week.
Mr. W. G. McKean left on
Sunday night's boat for Vancouver
ou a business trip.
Elmer Loggie arrived home from
Loggiesville, New Brunswick, on
Saturday evening.
Messrs. Hardy & Biscoe report
the sale of Jas Knight's ranch near
Oyster Bay, last week.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Trade will be held
next Thursday afternoon,
Capt. Conway and Mr. and Mrs.
Brettell of Shaughnessay Heights
were here last week looking for investments.
Mr. H. B. Collins returned from
Duncans on Saturday evening,
where he had been visiting his
father, who is ill.
It is reported that Creech's barn
has beeu sold to a party from Duncans who will shortly embark iu
the farmer's produce business,
Messrs. Piguerou & Francis have
opened a boat livery business in
Creech's livery barn. If you want
a row boat or a launch look them
up.
Mr. E. H. Peterson is building a
large residence on the Lake Trail
road, when completed this will be
one of the handsomest houses in
the district,
AU lacrosse players or would-be
players are requested to meet at
Mac's pool room on Friday night
at eight o'clock for the purpase of
arranging a club, securing grounds
etc.
PARKSVILLE
(""moose District)
FARM LANlo amJ WATERFRONT
Twenty Acre Blocks of Bush Jjands at $40 pur acre;   1-5  Cash;  Balance,
in S Annual Payments, with Interest at 7 per cent
Write er call on at for information
Hickey & Thwaites
PARKSVILLE, B. C.
AUCTION SALE
Hardy & Biscoe are instructed by the Executors of the late
A. B. Crawford te sell by Public Auction at the
CRAWFORD RANCH
ON
Wednesday,    June   11th,   1913
The Whole of the Farm Stock, Etc., comprising 26 head of
Horses,  including that well known trotting hackney stallion
"Dainty",   12   head  of  Cow Stock,   Farm   Implements,
Machinery, Etc,   Sale at 12 o'clock.
Refreshments will be Provided Particulars on Posters
HARDY & BISCOE
AUCTIONEERS
COURTENAY, B. C.
BEADNELL & CALLIN
Real Estate, Financial
and Insurance Agents
SOLE LOCAL AGENTS FOR
E. & N. Railway Lands
Station Subdivision, Courtenay
REPRESENTING
Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Norwich Union Assurance Co.
London Assurance Corporation
Phoenix Assurance Company
Gresham Life Assurance Company
Canadian Railway Accident Co.
NOTARY PUBLIC
P. O. Box 209 Telephone 24
Courtenay - and ��� Comox, B. C. Tin*'
P-R.VTF.W, COURTENAY, B.C.
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���STOLEN WATERS'
every day. Post-mortem
examinations often show
that tuberculosis had been
arrested by strengthening
the lungs before the germs
gained mastery.
You can strengthen your
resistance - power by taking
Scoff's Emulsion. It contains available energy in concentrated form, which quickly
nourishes all the organs of the
body. /( repair* waste ��� makes
rich, active blood and supplies
energy to the starving cells. It't
timely use enabl** th* body to
resist tuberculosis.
For stubborn colds and
bronchitis nothing compares
with Scott's Emulsion.
Refute substitutes ��� insist  on
scorrs.
Scolt & Doff ne, Torouto, Outa.no   12-07
A Fine Free Show
The little man bad taken his wife
ami children to see iho travelling
show. After viewing all the sights
thai could be viewed for nothing, the
entire family lined up in front of a
large boolb, which advertised In huge
letters on the outside: The Grand
Elk���The Wonder of tlie World.
On a small ledge In front of this
booth paced the showman himself,
entreating all and sundry to come up
and view. Presently his attention
was attracted by the little man who
gazed earnestly and wistfully at him.
'Ere, you, he called. Ain't yer
cumin' up?   It's only sixpence.
But Ihe little man only shook his
head.
Can'l he whispered. It would cost
me eleven shillings if I did. Yer see
there's me ail' my wife and twenty
children,
What! exclaimed the showman,
hoarse with Incredulity, and poinllng
to the long line of earnest faces. Are
all of Ihem yours?
A 110,1 was Ilie little man's sole
answer.
Good heavens! cried the man of
the booth, as be bounded lo its entrance. Don'l yer move, guv'nor.
Just slay where y'are. I'm going to
give the Great Elk a treat. I'm going to bring 'im out lo 'ave a look at
roil. "
Pretty Nearly
Two iitih' children hud (spent the
day together, and had sustained an
unusual number i r accidents. At
last, when little Mary, aged four, bad
lidded an extra scra.ch to her share of
(.offering, she jobbed:
.Mamma, aren't me an' Evelyn lust
bout loreii up?
London.���Ex-Sapper Heritage, Roy-
nl Enginei rs, who tools part. In tbe
siege of fc'ebaslopol, sang throe old
camp songs '. a concert at Ashford.
Kent, on Thursday night. He is 76
years of age.
Waters   of   Ireland's   Greatest   Lake
Stolen From Public by Lord
Deputy's Fraud
Dublin, Ireland.���It is a truism Unit
only tlie busiest men havi* any limo
to spare, and it Is proved again hy
the  publication  ot an  elaborate,  historical study by T. M. llealy, the famous Irish M.P., who is as entertaining and brilliant with iiis pen as he Is
In speech.
Mr, llealy was one of tlie counsel
tn the case concerning the fishing
rights In the witters of l.ough Nengli,
decided by the house of lords in favor
of Lord Donegall in 1011, and his book
"Stolen Waters," is a careful examination of tbe evidence on which thai
decision was based,
Tho story begins 800 years aRo,
when James I waa king, and Sir Arthur Cblches'er, aveslo "f Lor I Hone-
gall, wns lord deputy of Ireland, King
���lames persuaded the corporation of
London lo plant certain territories iu
Ulster. They spent some $800,000
and they were promised In return land
in   Derry  un d the fishing  of Lough
Foylo and the rl\ Hiinu. According lo Mr. llealy, the Londoners were
defrauded ot Ihelr rights In Ilie Hann,
which with Lough Neagh, fro which
the river issues, was appropriated by
Chichester by letters patent, sealed
bv the lord deputy In bis own fu\ or
without"the consent or knowledge of
the king.
Strafford, an honest man and always
jealous for the rights of the crown,
compelled Chichester's heir lo restore
the slolen waters (the phrase ls, of
course, Mr. Healy'S) bul after the Restoration tbey again reverted lo the
family.
For generations, Mr, llealy tells us,
tho patent privileges were unasserted as far hb Lough Neagh was concerned. In 3878, Indeed, the house
of lords upheld the public, right to fish,
but this decision was reversed two
years ago.
The embargo on Lough Neagh deprives the public of the profit of their
greatest lake, In behoof of private Individuals. To toil one's daily bread
In a perilous and precarious calling Is
no enviable birthright. Since the
world was young Ihls craft has been
freely piled by the longshoremen of
Lough Neagh. The right to exercise
It. they defended at the Seats of the
Mighty, only to find that the law rejected their claim to earn a livelihood.
To be bereft of one's living and see
a scanty patrimony decreed to strangers is 111 to bear, but the blow 19
made harder when tbe pretext for con-1
flBcatioii Is alleged to be some mustyi
letter from Cromwell or a reckless
lairing of tbe worthless Stuarts.
Mr. Healy tells his story wiih enthusiasm and thoroughness. The pursuit, if not. exhaustive, baB not been
without, pains. A trail three centuries old ls hard to follow. He concludes with a characteristic comparison between the methods of the English in Ireland and of the Romans in
Judea.
Under the Roman occupation of .Tti-
dea no injunction was issued to deprive Hebrews of their fisheries. Of
the custom of tlie lakes of Galilee and
C?nnesarcth there Is evidence to go
to a jury that, tbe local tribesmen
could betimes lei down their nets for
a draught. Nor is there mention of
letters patent by Pontius Pilate or
Herod to filch the river Jordan into
their own hands.
But surely the sea of Galilee and
tlie lake of Gennesaretb were one and
the same.
Cure Your Sore Throat
Nerviline Will Do It
Blessed  Relief    Comes    Quick,    You
Get Comfort,  Every  Pain  Disappears
"Experience has taught me that the
Quickest way to cure a sore throat Is
with Nerviline," writes Mrs. Enoch
P. Maclean. "My children always
seem to get wet feet aud stay out in
the cold, and in consequence 1 have
to keep a good household remedy
handy. 1 rub In Nerviline almost
every hour, give the children say
twenty drops In hot sweetened water,
and make Ihem gnrg' witli it. 1
have yet to seo the cold this wont
break up (ii.lickly.
From (ho La Ham* Islands, N.S.,
Mrs. John Wallleh. writes: ��� "We
have been using Nerviline tor about
nine years, and find it excellent.
Wben we find aiy of ns gelling a cold
we lake Nerviline In hot waler. II
is a sure relief for il, and Is also n
Instant relief for Internal palnB of any
kind.
The remarkable paln-subdulm; power of Nerviline and Ms ability lo cheek
colds, Influenza end son* throat is unequalled. Every homo should have
Nerviline bandy on the shelf for sudden Illness nl night, like cramps or
internal pains, Large family size.
50c; trial size 25c, at all storekeepers
or druggists, or Tbe Calarrhozene Co.,
Huffalii, N.Y.
A Dry Job
An Irishman sought employment ns
a diver. The firm chanced lo need
a new man And so on the following
Monday morning Pat hid his si.illo for
tbe first time iu a diving holmct .
Now the job upon which the crew
le Which Pat bad attached himself
W��a working in comparatively shallow
water, and Pat was provided with a
pick and told t< use It on a ledgo
below lu a manner with which be was
already familiar.
Down he wont with his pick, am'
for about fifteen minutes nothing was
heard from blm. Tben came strong
determined pull on lhe signal rope, Indicating thai Pat l.'ld a very decided
wish to come to the top. The assistants pulled bim hastily o Ibe ri
and removed bis helniel.
Take off Ibe list av it, said Pat.
Take off the rist of It?
Yes. said Pat.    O'll worrik no long-1
< i* on a Job where 01 can't spit on nu
hands.
Every Woman
Should Use
vesccnN
A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���
The secluded ill': of   women   which
permits of little healthful exercise, isj
u   fruitful cause of derangements ofi
tlie stomach aud liver und Is account-11
able for the pains anil lassitude that
so many of Ihem experience.    I'arnii'-i
lee's  Vegetable Pills will correct  Ir*
regularities   of   the   digestive   organs]
aud  restore health and  vigor.   Tho
most   delicate  tvomtin  can   use tliem
wllh  safety,    because    their    action,
while effective, is mild and  soothing.
That splendid, pleasantly
bubbling tonic which stimulates organs and rids Uie
blood of impurities, Rcy
cheeks and vigorous health
reward the daily use ol
Abbey's Effervescent lialt-
Take A Bottle Home
To-day.
Prison Wedding
Paris, \ widow named Blondeau,
recently sentenced to two years hard
labor will be marred shortly in Ver
sailles prison to .'n old sweetheart,
Jean Jaeq lor.
Loi..'.on.--Fred Kinney appeared for
the thousandth lime In 'A Sister to
Assist 'Er' at the Palladium last
night.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
M mercury mil study destroy the aeua* ot sniril:
and completely derange thn whole system when
entering It through the mijeoul tturtaeM. Such
mlul-H ihoiUd never he uacil except on prc'crin-
tlone rrom reputable physicians, a* tlie damaae they
will do li ten fold to the good you can possibly derive trotn them. Hall's Calarrli Cure, manufactured
hy F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, 0., contains no nicr-
"Mty. and to takan internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous tmrtacea of the *.yat��m. Id
buying Hall'a catarrh cure he wire you get tin
Genuine. It to taken Internally and made hi Toledo
Ohio, by F, J. Cheney & Co. TeeUtnoulala tree.
Sold bv DrtiMLlia. ""rice. 75c per hotthk.
Take Halle Family Hills tor c uwUMUoa..
There's a great difference between
peace of mind ami piece of mind.
Attacked by Asthma. The first
fearful sensation is of suffocation,
which hour by hour becomes more desperate and hopeless. To such a case
the relief afforded by Dr. .1. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing
less than miraculous. Its help is
quickly apparent and soon ihe dreadful attack is mastered. The asthmatic who has found out the dependability of this sterling remedy Will never
be without it.     It is sold everywhere.
Say, your beasily dog bit me, said
tlie indignant tramp.
Oh, that 11 be all right, replied the
woman at the door.     1 have another.
They Wanted to Hear It
Now, children, said the teacher lo
her kindergarten class. I want you llll
to bo very quiet, so quiet, lu fact that
you could I.ear a "in drop.
Everything bad quieted down r'.oely
and Ihe teacher was about to speak
wben a llllle voice In lhe rear of lhe
school room squealed forth: Oo ahead,
please, teacher, and let her drop.
HE SENT HIS "BEST" REMEDY
The young daughter of .Mrs. T. S.
Dotlgall, 523 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg,
was arranging some of her doll's
washing on a clothes rack, beside the
stove, when she fell, and her hand
came in contact with the hot stote.
She sustained a serious burn, and her
screams brought hei mother quickly to
the spot.
"I sent lo the druggist for the besl
remedy he had lor burns," she says,
"and be sent back a box of Zam-Buk.
He said thai there was nothing to
equal it. I applied this, and it nortl.li-
ed tho pain so qulokly lhat the child
laughed through her (ears. I bound
up the hand in Zam-Buk and each day
applied Zam-Buk frequently and liberally, until the burn was quite cured,
"The little oin was soon able to go
on with her play, and we had no trouble with ber during the lime the
burn was Icing healed."
Zam-Buk Soap should also he used
by all mothers for baby's hath and for
skin troubles, rallies, pimples, etc.
All druggists and stores sell Zam-
Buk at fifty cents box; a:.d Soap at
250. tablet. Post free from Zum-
Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse
harmful Imitations.
At all Dri^sts
Price |
25*
pr     <?
Bluff
Mr. Badgei'ton '����� here, sir, .mid lhe
chief clerk.    Shall 1 show blm In?
No, replied the great organiser, let.
bim wait In the ante-room for about
three-quarlers of an hour. Ile has a
big proposition, bu; I am anxious to
keep him from getting tlie itlea that
1 consider it worth while.
Old folks who need something
of the kind, (ind
NA-DRU-CO
LAXATIVES
most effective without any discomfort.
Increased doses not needed. 25c. a box
tt your druggist's.
Nitiiiul Dim iii Chiinlcil Ct, ll Ceiuhli, tlmilti.
Looked Like Raw Meat. Itched and
Burned So Badly Could Not Rest
Night or Daf, Arms Sore from
Wrist to Elbow. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Completely Cured.
������������	
Lower Blandford, Nova Scotia.���" Three
years upo 1 became troubled with son, arum.
It came as a rash. My arms looked like
raw moat and Itched and burned m liatlly
I could not rest night or day. When I
���scratched they become awfully sore. As
Ion* as tint weather was warm It didn't
bother mi* so much, but In winter It was
almost unbearable, My arms were sore
from the wrist lo Iho elbow.
" 1 used several cures which were recommended to me but without any avail. I
sow how 1 could get a sample of Outlcura
Soap and ointment which 1 did. 1 used
the samples and found an improvement.
Whenever I applied tbo Cuticura ointment
lhe itching and burning ceased. I got a
full-sized box of Cuticura Ointment aud a
cuke uf Cuticura Soup and only used about
half when it disappeared and since then I
have not lieon troubled. That was six
months ago. Cuticura Snap and Ointment
completely cured me." (Signed) Miss Elsie
E. /.Inek, Mar. 7,1012.
Cuticura Soap and Ointment do so much
for pimples, blackheads, red, rough skins,
itching, scaly scalps, dandruff, dry, thin and
falling hair, chapped hands and shapeless
nulls Willi painful finger-ends, that it Is
almost criminal not to use them. A single
cake of Cuticura Soap anil box of Cuticura
Ointment are often sufficient when all else
has failed. Sold everywhere, Liberal
eample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin
lluok. Address pest card Potter Drug Si
them. Corp., Dep'.-. 4SD,' Boston, U. 8. A.
W.  N.  U.  9<.
ELDORADO   FOUND   IN   BOMBAY
Vast Tract Rich in Gold and Other
Valuable Minerals Discovered
Calcutta, India. ��� The romantic
discovery of mineral T ealth ou a vast
scale is reported from an area covering 1200 miles in the Dalbhum district about 150 miles from Calcutta.
Extensive deposits of gold, copper,
coal iron, asbestos, mica and manganese are reported to have been found.
The estate of Prince Mahomed
Buktear Shah who died a month ago,
Is in the : .nds of the official receiver who engaged ar. expert geologist,
Phillip Bllllngshurat, of Vancouver, io
survey the estate and ascertain its
value. The expert declares that the
estate possesses Immense quantities of
Iron ore, some millions of tons, averaging, between 45 and 70 per cent
metal. ,, ���   , ,
Several important, gold finds arc also reported. The expert discovered
-v Santhali woman, reputed to be 110
years old. earning a competence by
working free gold in a secret place she
discovered fifteen years ago. She
was induced to disclose the source ol
her wealth by a present of a silk
shawl and a few rupees, and the expert on sinking a trial shaft, found
quartz yielding IM ounces of gold to
the ton. . .   , .
lie says tbe rich leaders and stringers of auriferous quarlz would yield
fabulous mounts and concludes: I
dally expected to confirm the opinion
that I was ou the site of what, is potentially one of the world's greatest
gold fields, and it was with great regret 1 had to leave : . much ground unexplored.
Dog's Remarkable Journey
London.���Some time ago the Iter.
\V Y Puller'ton removed from Leicester to London. He brought, with
him a terrier, whie: was sent back to
J-'coster and then to Birmingham. A
few days after its arrival there it disappeared and it was subsequently
found by the police in the metropolis.
iTle dog's condition was such that it
Is believed il found its way from Birmingham to London 1 y toad. ;: distance
ol 1D0 milts.
Mlnard'* Liniment Cures Dandruff.,
Raised   Herself
Lady���How muc:i are these chickens?
Market : an���One dollar.
Do you raise them yourself?
Oh, yes. They were '0 cents yesterday.
PILES CURED IN S TO 14 DAYS
Your druggist will refund money If PAZO
OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itch-
ing, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Pile*
in ii to 11 days,   60c.
The young man sat and stil ami talked and talked.
About 11.30 ' ��� sa'iv'Love, I'm going Away.
The young lady i/uowed interest for
the first time since 8.30.
When do yen start? she Inquired.
TRAINED NURSE
Remarks About Nourishing Food
"A physician's wife gave me a package ot Grr.pe-Nuts one day, with the
remark that she was sure I would find
We food very beneflci:'., both for my
own use and for my patients. 1 was
particularly i.llructtd to tlie Ijod, as
at that time the weather was very
hot and I appreciated the fret that
Grape-Nuts requires no cooking.
"The footl was deliciously crisp, and
most Inviting lo the appetite. After
making use ot It twice a day for
three or lour weeks, 1 discovered thr *.
it was a most wonderful invigorator.
I used to sutler greatly from exliaust-
ion, headaches and depression of spirits. My work bad been very trying
itt limes and Indigestion bad set In.
"Now I am always well and ready
for any ���amount of work, have an abundance of active energy, cheerfulness
and mental poise. 1 have proved to
my entire satisfaction that this change
has been brought about by Grape-Nuts
food.
"The fact that, it is predigested is a
very desirable feature.     1 have had.
many remarkable results in feeding!
I Grape-Nuts to my patients, and 1 can-
I not speak too highly of the food. My
friends  constantly   common".   on   the
change in my   appearance.    1    have
gained ft    minds since beginning the
use of this food."
"There's a lison."   Head ibe little
book,  "The  Itoa."    to       'ellville"    In
pkgs.
Ever read t'.e above letter?   A new
on- appears from time to time. They
. are genuine, true, and full of human
��� Interest.
It Wouldn't Tell
Family Physician: "I am afr.ild you
have been eating too much cake and
sweetstuff.    Let me see your tongue? '
Little Girl���Oil, you can look at II.
bu! It won't, tell.
FOR BABY'S SAKE
For baby's sale a reliable medicine
should always be kept. In the house���
one that will quickly relieve any sudden illness of baby: regulate the bowels, sweeten the stomach and drive
out colic, worms, colds, etc. Such a
medicine is Baby's Own Tablets.
They are guaranteed by a Government
analyst to be absolutely safe and thousands of mothers always iteep them
in the hoiist���they ai the mother's
best, friend when her little one ls ailing' The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at. 26 cents a
box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. ���
A Sad Day
Whal do you . onsider the saddest
day of your life?
The day 1 consented ;to let my
wife dt her own cooking.
REAL ESTATE PROFITS
Wn onty handle properly of aterltnc
merit, on wnlch we are prepared to
guarantee profits.
"Our WOODLAWN," ST. VITAU
and "DIOEtl LODGB" properties are
,good Investments. Wo want a good
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For terms apply,
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Sterling Bank Building, V'lnnlpeg
"Don't  waste  lime  writing if  you
do not mean business."
Dr. Morse's
Indian  Root   Pills
are just tbe right medicine for the
children. When they arc constipated
���when their kidneys are out of order
���when over-indulgence in some
favorite food gives them indigestion
���Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills will
quickly and surely put them right.
Purely vegetable, they neither sicken,
weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives.
Guard your children's health by
always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's
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K����p  tha   Children   Wall
Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia
But are you sure? persisted tho
grouchy customer, thnl this 'ere stuff
will cure my rheumatism?
Ob, yes. replied the drug clerk; all
the doctors refuse to recommend It.
She Was Satis'  d
Oxygen oxygen, madam. Tha is
what vou need, sa|d the eminent, specialist. Home every afternoon for
your Inhalations. They will cost you
$E each. ,., ..
I knew our family physician dldn t
understand my ease, declared the fashionable patient. He loltl me all 1
needed was plain, fresh air.
'���/ am an old man-^ndrmnyofmylroubks
never happened."-ELBERT HUBBARD
THE white hair and wrinkled faces of our busy men and women tell
of doubt, fear and anxiety���more than disease or age. Worry plays
havoc with the nervous system��� so that digestion is ruined and sleep
banished.   What oil is to the friction of the delicate parts of an engine���
DR. PIERCE'S
Golden Medical Discovery
ii to the delicate organs ef the body. It's a tonic end body builder���because it
stimulates tbe liver to vigorous action, assists the stomach to ssaimilate food���thus
enriching the blood, and the nerves and heart in turn are fed on pure rich blood.
Neuralgia "ia the cry of starved nerves for food." For forty years "Golden
Medical Dlsoovery" in liquid form has given great satisfaction as a tonic snd
blood maker.
Now il tan be obtained in tablet form���from dealer* in medicine
or send SO one-cent stamp* for Mat box. Write R. V.Pierce, Buffalo.
OH. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PE1XETS
Believe constipation, resolute the liver,
and  bowels.    Easy te WW M candy. THE REVIEW. COURTENAY, T\C.
t\\
The Punster
Nervous Lady I'aasenger (In the
���vain, lifter passing a temporary
bridge I -Thank goodness, wo are now
���in terra llrma!
Funny Man���Yes, ma'am -less torpor ami more firmer.
Mlnard's Liniment for sale ��� ?ryv��hsre.
Mow  can  it   man  he bind  up, and
.(own on his luck at. the same time.
Now, my lltllo man, said a famous
athlete, pleasantly. I supposo your
papa has told you about Uie day be
and I played In a great football
malcb?
Yes, sir, replied tho bright child.
Ah, Hint was a great, day. I knew
he would never forget It. Does be
often Rpea.i of II?
Yes. nil. Ho says you borrowed
Ilve dollar*.' from him Unit day, and
never paid It back.
You cannot afford brain-belonging headaches.
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stop thsm In quick Urns snd clear your head. They
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nations*, one* SN> ���MINIMI. CO. ����� C��N��S��, LIMITS*.
THIRD ANNUAL MEETING FEB.   21st., 1913
THE EQUITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF CANADA
CONDITION ON JAN. 1st., 1313
ASSETS; ,
Push  on   Imnd and In  Hunk        'oo'SSS ��7
Bonds and Debentures       So'IiSai
Net Premiums In course uf collection       n.eiv.ea
Buudrv   (less   Reinsurance  Notes 'and  other non-admitted  assets  by
Ins.   Dept.,   rules $57,482.84)    ���������    ���81,i6G.4,l
$280,476.74
Uncalled  Capital         405,60a.60
Total  Assets   $635,979.24
LIABILITIES:
Fire Losses unpaid or unadjusted     $-8,064.01
Sundry           1,672.00
Reinsurance   Reserve       188,179.00   $157,815.01
Surplus Security to Policyholders     478,101.2.1
Government requirements for same ns above only     128,170.00
TOTAL    SECURITY    TO    POLICYHOLDERS         $606,343.23
in Excess of Security, Jan. 1st, 1012      $262,608.44
DIRECTORS
lion.   Thomas Crawford, M.V.P..  Toronto,  President,
t*.  t'.   Van Norman', Toronto. 1st Vice-President.
K.  S.   Knowlton, Vancouver,  2nd  Vice President.
J. M. Queen, St. John, N.H., 3rd Vice-President.
W, M. Halght, Vancouver, B.C.
C E. Burnham, Vancouver, B.C.
]). Hibnor,  Berlin. Out.
J. F, A. Thompson, Vancouver, B.C.
j.  \v.  Foster, Vancouver, B.C.
WM. GREENWOOD BROWN, General Manager.
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Restore your stomach to healthy vigor
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W. N. U. 945
FARMERS LOSE
BY GRAIN MIXING
Facts Brought Out at  Grain  Investigation  at  Minneapolis  Show  That
Elevator Companies are Large Gainers Through Being Allowed to Mix
Wheat.���Scandals  Attached  to   Investigation���Sample     Market    and
Mixing go Hand in Hand.
In the i'eoent investigation by the
legislature of Minnesota into methods
of grain  selling and  handling  some
very  interesting  facts   wero  brought
out.
'"he committee appointed by the state
senate had before it last Saturday the
heads of the department or grain inspection and took sworn testimony of
th: chief clerk of the chief inspector
of the state as well ?.s that of the
chief inspector. The close relation
that exist between the sample
market and the system of mixing by
elevator companies, which is permitted by the laws of Minnesota was emphasized.
Tables were rhowii giving the number of bushels of wheat >.: various
grades received at the Minneapolis
elevt ars and the number of bushels of
the same grade which ,vas shipped
out of the sr.me elevators. The tab-
leu showed tlie figures for t. two-year
period, beginning SeptemW' 1, 11)10,
and ending August 31, l'J12.
The fact that the Minneapolis elevators received 15,671,515 bushels of No.
1 Northern wheat during those two
years and shipped out in the same
period 10,978,777 and had on hand
114,353 bushels, making a total of 20,-
093,130 bushels, was brought out. As a
result of the privilege of mixing the
elevators had ualnetl 4,521,555 bushels
of No. 1 Northern wheat from the lower grades of wheat purchased from the
farmers.
The table of figures relating to (he
receipt and shipment of the various
grades tell the whole story of tho results of the mixing privilege. The
Bame cordltion ls found when the
figures on No. 2 Northern are presented, even though the grain in this grade
is not so large. During tlie two year
period the Minneapolis elevators received 20,414,584 bushels m No. 2. On
August 31, 1912, they had shipped out
22,242,410 busheln and still had on
hand 51,648 bushels, making a total of
22,294,094 bushels, or a gain of 1,880,-
510 bushels.
When the tables on No. 3, No. 4,
"rejected" and "no grade" wheat were
explained it was easily shown wliore
the grain In No. 1 and No. 2 came
from. In thn last four Instances
there was a loss In Iho clovators.
Thero wero 9,777 031 bushel.-, of No.
3 received during tho two years. Tho
shipments amounted to 7,864,282 nnd
on August 31, 1912 (he clovators had
ou hand 140,624 bushels. The total
of No. 3 wheat, cither shipped or on
bund, was 7,804,858 bushels. There
was a loss In No. 3 grade of 1,972,'
175 bushels.
in No. 4 grade the elevators received 2,812,653 bushi:; and shipped
out 624,433 bushels. Tim loss In I It is
grade waa 2,188,220 bushels.
The "rejected" wheat tables showed the same condition, In this case
there were 1,175,513 bushels received
and 621,773 bushels shipped nut, making a loss ot 653,740 bushels.
Hut It wns In Iho "no grade" class
whore lhe largest loss appeared, Here
4,11115,505 bushels were received. At
tin* end of tho two year period 1,000,045
bushels had been shipped uud there
was tin limn! 2411,393 bushels, making a
tt'tal of alilppcd and on hand of 1,250,-
338 bushels and leaving 3,445,227 bushels entirely iiniice:iiii!k 1 for.
Cases uf Individually ownod elevators were also cited to tho senate committee. Ono of these had received
215,142 bushels of No. 4 wheat and at"
the end of tho two year period had not
shipped out one bushel of this grade
and did not have on * bushel on baud.
In other words, every bushel of thiB
grade, the grade for which tho farmer was paid, wiib mixed and came out
In tho No. 1 and No. 2 Northern
grades, the grade for which the elevator owner sold it.
Tlie elevator ) .en who bavo testified before the senate committee and
the house committee have argued that
the grain which they make by being
allowed to mix is largely offset In the
cost of the mixing process. This
fact is vigorously disputed by James
A. Manahan, counsel for the house
committee, recently elected congress-
inan-at-large for the state of Minnesota. Mr. Mauahan's contention is
that the farmer is the loser by many
millions every year under the present
system.
"When the elevator companies buy
tho wheat they give the farmers the
prices prevailing that day for No. 2,
3 "rejected" or "no grado' said Mr.
Manahan at one of the sessions. "On
that same day, these sar.o elevator
companies sell a future on No. 1 and
2 for praotlcally that samo amount.
Their experience has taught them that
they can mix the lower grades so as
to iill tho future order with No. 1 and
2. On that very day they make a
profit ranging from the price they paid
for the lower grades and the price for
which they sell the future on No. 1
and No. 2. In my opinion this nets
them a profit amounting to hundreds
of thousands of dollars. True it.is
that there is some expense in the mixing process but even so I believe that
the elevator man Is making au enormous profit, a profit way out of pro
portion."
F. W. Eva, chief of the grain Inspection department, when asked regarding
the relation of the system of mixing
with the sample market, said: "A sample market would be of no value without the privilege of mixing. The two
go hand in hand. I believe that the
elevator men, having the privilege of
mixing, ca: pay a premium for the
upper level ot the grade."
In another statement made before
the committee Mr. Manahan said there
was no doubt that the elevator companies are getting much of the profit
that should be going to the farmer.
Horse Sale Distemper
."���III    I    IIIW     ll'"     ull     sell    Or    bWU     Ml'OUaTh    11.-    ,:,!,���,
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tanfeguorti, fot as sure as you treat all yotn  h���   ��� i.
you wilt soon be rid of the disease, n acta us a sure preventive, no mattoi how they are "exposed.*' At all aoo0
druggists.
SPOHN  MEDICAL CO.,
ChtlTltltS  and   Bacteriologists,  Goshen,   Ind.,   USA
Always ::eep out of a don  ���atic misunderstanding, even if it is your own.
Solves the
Breakfast
Problem
A bowl of crisp, sweet
Post
Toasties
make a most delicious meal.
These crinkly bits of toasted
white corn, ready to serve
direct from package, are a
tempting breakfast-when served with cream or milk, or
fruit.
The Toasties flavour is a
pleasant surprise at first: then
a happy, healthful habit.
"The Memory Lingers"
Made by Pure Food Factories of
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The Housekeeper
WHO WOULD MAKE WASHDAY EA8IER, CAN DO SO OY
USING
Eddy's Wares
Eddy's Indurated Tuba allow the water to retain heat longer
and never rust. Being made In one seamless piece cannot splinter
and so the danger of snagged fingers and torn clothes Is eliminated.
Used  in conjunction wltb
Eddy's Washboards
Washday   Loses  Half Its Terrors
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A Splendid 10 cent Household Specialty is being introduced
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who wants things "Just a little better."   Send post card to-day.
Simply say:-.
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This offer expires June 1st, 1913. Send today.
Make the Horse Glad
and Eager far Work
Clip blm before run pat him at tbe nprioi work.
Take off bti winter -seal thai holds the wet
���WMt and dirt, Ile'll get mora rood from fell
feed, look better, rent better and tlm j<��\ bet-
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STANDARD
Gas Engine Oil
Used and recommended by the leading
engine builders all over the country.
Keeps its body at high temperatures.
Equally good for external bearings.
PRAIRIE
Harvester Oil
A heavy, durable oil for farm machinery. Insures the least possible friction
and wear. Withstands weather and is
unaffected by moisture.
El Dorado Castor Machine OU  Mica Axis Grease
Capitol Cylinder Oil Silver Star Engine Kerosene
Thresher Hard OU Imperial Motor Gasoline ,
Stock carried at SOO tank and warehouse
stations in Western Canada. For addresses,
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Yes, After All
Charlie, why do you tell everyone
that we are engaged? I did not say
yes!
But you said no-no! and two negatives make au affirmative.
FEMALE HELP WANTED
LADIES WANTED���To do work M
home; decorating cushion tops; caa
make from 13 to 15 per day; pleasant
work.  Armour Art Co., Dept.
Steele llll;., Winnipeg.
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Deposits of $ i   and [Upwards  Received  and  Interest
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DRAFTS ISSUED
on All the Principal Towns in  Canada,  the  United
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Campbell's
The Courtenay Review
Ami Comox Valley Advocate
A Weekly Newspaper,  Published at
Courteuay, B, C.
N. II. Bodbn, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription 11.80 per Year iii Advance
TIIUIISDAV, MAY 29, 1918
Notes and Comments
Chinese immigration to Canada
during the past fiscal year reached
a record total of 7745. Total revenue received from polltax was$3,349,
442, of which British Columbia
receives approximately $1,500,000.
Old timers will remember with
peculiar feelings the celebration of
the Queen's Birthday at Comox
Harbor iu May 1889. To Mr. Wm.
Greive we are indebted for tlie copy
of a poster announcing the event,
which reads as follows:
Queen's Birthday Celebration at
the .Sand Spit Comox, B. C. on
Friday May 24 1889. A grand base
ball match between tlie Comox aud
Union Mine Clubs. Foot racing,
boat racing, horse racing- canoe
races by Clootchmen, jumping and
oilier athletic sports. $10 for the
prettiest baby, aud $10 for the
handsomest young lady. A special
foot race for $100 a side between
Jack Bruce and an unknown Co-
moxian. Grand ball in tlie Knights
of Pythias hall iu the evening.
Committee: Messrs. J. Bruce, D.
Muscamp and M. E. Millett.
It is doubtful if the celebrations
we have to-day bring tlie enjoyment
those old time ones did,
One of the incidents Mr. Grieve
remembers is that Mr. Gardner and
aud his two sous made $225 that
day carrying passengers to and from
Roy's Beach, much to tlie chagrin
of Mr. J. B. Holmes whose row
boats tltey had hired for tlie occasion. The Union Mine had just
opened then and there was no road
to Cumberland, and tlie nearest
point to Comox was Roy's beach.
Mr. Grieve also remembers the
burning of tlie Steamer Grapler at
Cape Mudge in 1S83. Mr. Jos.
McPhee was also in the vicinity at
the time trading with the Indians,
and but for tlie blankets lie had
with him the survivors would have
fared very badly indeed. When
the boat became uumauagable the
Chinese crew seized all the life preservers. An Indian named Chicotus
whom mam- will remember, seized
a club and sailed into the Chinamen and took a large portion of
them away.
LAZO
General Store
We Invite Your Inspection uf Our
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
Groceries
Hardware
DRESS GOODS
The Feature this Season in
Dress Goods is Ratine Suiting. This, although of a
j loosely woven character, is
extra fine. Very stylish in
appearance when made up.
They come in all the leading
shades, 54 inches in width
Prices from $1.50 to $3 yard.
WHIPCORDS
Another Suiting that will be
widely worn This Season is
Whipcord. This fabric is of
good weight with nice bright
finish. We have a fine range
of these in all shades. Width
54 inches.    Price $2.00 yard.
New Goods Coming in on Every Boat
Prices as I.ow us the Lowest
Chas. H. Pigott
LAZO, P. O.
Mr. Hardy took a party of prospective land buyers to Campbell
River yesterday.
A few days ago four men and
six teams on Foreman Beaton's
part of the Government road took
90 loads of gravel eut of tlie pit and
hauled it about a mile in a single
day. This is a record for road work
in this district.
SPECIALTIES IN
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Buy Your Watches, Clocks,
Jewelery, Cut Glass and Silverware from the man who
knows all about them
Repairs to Watches, Jewelery
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Satisfaction Guaranteed
Always on the job
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Watchmaker and Jeweler
COURTENAY, B. C.
ROYSTON
New Townsite, Comox Harbor
With its snowclad mountains in the background, sea and green
fields iu tlie foreground it makes a picture worth painting
Watch It Grow
we have lots and acreage for sale.
Don't delay seeing us
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PONGEE SILKS
Natural Pongee Silks, 32 and
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and $1.00 per yard. Extra
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at $1.50 per yard. Colored
Pongee in all shades at 75c.
per yard
WAISTS  -
Ladies Muslin and Tailored
Shirtwaists   from   $1.75   to
$.50
LACE CURTAINS & ART SCREENS
Nottingham Lace Curtains
in the newest designs, 3 and
3 1-2 yards long and 54 in.
wide, at $1.50, $2.00, $2.25
to $3.50 per pair. Art Muslin and Screens in plain, floral and bordered designs from
15c. to 50c. per yard
PRINTS, DUCKS AND
FANCY VESTINGS
CHINA MATTING
Special   value in extra fine
woven mattings, in plain and
new fancy Oriental Patterns,
at 25c. per yard
This Season's Linoleums, Carpets and Rugs just in. Latest
Colorings and Patterns
Campbell's
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We invite your inspection, to our new
arrivals of men's
fancy shirts, in all the
latest styles ana
shades
Men's cotton, light
woollen, silk, meritno
aud union underwear
See our new coatless
suspenders
Still to the front in
tailored suits, manufactured by the Art Tailoring Co.,
Limited, of Toronto
LOGGIE BROS.
CRUSHED OATS
500 Sacks of Crushed Oats and a boat load of Hay
will arrive this week
A-  B-  CRAWFORD
Phone F 81 Courtenay
Mind   The   Corner   Store
SANDWICK
This Week's Specials
Post Toasties, to introduce this delicacy, 3 packages for 25c.
Corner Store Tea, our own blend, 3 pounds for $1.25
Enamelware, magnificent display
Boots and Shoesf another consignment jus, iu
Seeds, Oats. Clover, Tiinotuy, Etc.
Quick Delivery
First Class Quality
5# off for Cash
Telephone 4
The Corner Store
System
Parkin Bros.
SANDWICK
Local Lines
Mr. Halcron is back in town
���gain and has taken a situation at
the Courtenay hotel.
Born���At Port Holmes, on Sunday May 18th, to Mr. aud Mrs.
Thos. Knight, a daughter.
James Miller, from the camps,
was fined $10 for furious driving
by Magistrate Bates on Tuesday
evening.
Two men named Tway and Donnelly were taken to Cumberland on
Monday morning by Constable
Haunay charged with disturbing
the peace. They were fined $5
and costs.
A Jap named M. Kumauo was
caught by Gamewarden Dawley on
Sunday, catching trout under eight
inches long at this side of the dam
on the Courtenay river. He was
taken before Judge Abrams at C um-
berlaud on Monday and was fined
$2o.oo and costs.
A movement is on foot to form au
ambulance brigade to render first
aid to the sick and vrounded. A
meeting will shortly be called in
the Opera house to discuss the matter. There are a dozen certificated
ambulance men in the neighborhood, aud three or four ladies who
are graduate nurses.
Sick people seldom know any
more about the medicine the swallow than the doctors who prescribe
it.
Grantham Sawmill
Will be ready June 1
to furnish all kinds of
Rough   and   Dressed
Lumber
Your patronage solicited
Grantham Sawmill Co.
SANDWICK, B. C,
NOTICE
A meeting of the patrons and shareholders of the Creamery will be called
on Thursday, June 19, 1913, to obtain
permission to sell shares. The Directors
wish to refund the government loan of
$1,500 that was obtained when Creamery
first started operations.
It is also   considered desireable  to increase the capital of the  Association for
the  purpore  of  handling  feed for  the
farmers.
If you are interested kindly attend.
Yours respectfully,
Comox Creamery Association, I(td.
per R. U. Hurford,
Secretary-Treasurer
COMOX.
A new school is about to be built
at Rodellotown. The site is being
cleared, and building operations
will commence shortly,^ ANNOUNCEMENT
We beg to announce that we have just received one of
tlu* finest lines of Undertaking and Etnbaltniug Supplies
ever  shown   in B.C. i   consisting of   Caskets.  Collins,
Burial Robes, Etc., Etc.
We are graduates in Anatomy, Sanitary Science, and the
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615 Fort Street, Victoria
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Comox, B. C.
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Reasonable Kates
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Phone 25 Courtenay
HEADQUARTERS
Mr. Robert Martin. Train Master
for the Comox. Logging & Railway
Company is away on a two week's
holiday.
The president aud vice president
of the Comox Logging & Railway
Co., Messrs. A.I). McRae and J,
I>. MeCorinaek, respectively, were
at Headquarters on ilie iyth and
20th. They returned to Vancouver
by Wednesday mornings boat.
Mr. 11. Buyer has recently returned from Golden, where lie has
been in connection with installing
oil burners on the locomotives of
that place,
There was considerable excitement at
Headquarters ou the evening of the Jotli
Two of the most popular young, men of
that town, alter having decided not lo
attend the Courtenay dance, received a
trlephone call from a couple ol Cumberland's charming poung ladies ami live
minutes alterwarils they were seen running at lull speed to lhe nearest rum h-
ers to hire a rig.    The rancher, living iu
Ignorance ol their Inability as teamsters,
graciously acceded to then- request and
they shortly returned with his most up-
to-date buggy and a horse lhat wo..id
probably lip ihe scales at win pounds,
Alter spending au hour and a hall shaving and massaging their laves, and having dressed in their most becoming manner, tltey went iulo the .store and purchased a generous supply of dainty
sweets lor their lady friends. Jly this
time thev were, as tltey thought, ready
to prodeed on their way to Courtenay,
but after antyillg their steed, anil having
seated themselves eomfualably iu the
buggy, they found to their dismay that
the horse continued to follow straight up
along tbe railway track instead ot turning into the pubiij thoroughfare, as
though he was going by instinct for
want of a driver, when suddenly be
turnep to lhe right anil crossed the railway trae.-. The occupants of the carriage, fearing they were going to b - car-
lieu into tne tall timber, witu muring
eyes and prespiring foreheads, grabbed
hold of a line eaeii ami began lo pull
with all their might and main, living
unable to check the onrush of the ferocious beast ill this manner they both
seized the one line und brought the
animal to such a sharp angle that he lost
his footing and rolled over in the mud.
At this particular moment, to the dismay
of the numerous spectators, Roy was
seen to tuke a flying leup, over the buck
of the buggy, which would have put a
professional skee jumper to shame, alighting in a nearby puddle, ami Clarence,
likewise being unable to retain his s .-at
any longer, tumbled out over one ol tne
front wneels. One of the kind luartjd
speactators ran to the assistance of uiese
two would be drivers aud reharncssed
the noble steed while our two heors returned to the hotel und changed their
clothes. After spending anotner three
quarters of au hour on their toilet they
were seen to approach the unweiklly
steed with hesitating and trembling steps.
One of the bystanders being of a kind
disposition volunteered to lend his assistance and the two corageous youths, after
being reassured several times that there
was no further danger, for the second
time that evening eliuied into the rig.
After leading the horse out the road for
about a mile, until the boys regained
their nerve, he allowed them to venture
forth alone. Whether they reached
Courtenay iu time for the dance or not
the writer is not prepared to say but it is
presumed they did us they were heard to
remark before leavng Headquarters they
were going to reach Courtenay that night
if they hail to walk.
There is no doubt about these boys
being able to walk this distance if they
had to as the first one to be precipitateil
out of the rig had to walk from a point
between Courtenay and Cumberland to
Headquarters on the preceeding Sunday
evening having bee" joy riding in an
automobile with a wavey haired youth
from Camp 1, and three of Cumberlann's
fair sex, and while the boys were returning in the wee sum hours they were unfortunate enough to have a coliesion with
an obstacle which happened to be some
fifty feet from the center of the road
bid.
After all love will find a way and it is
hoped the boys enjoyed the dance.
One of the spectators'
     a����t>	
Cow Testing Association
The Provincial Department of
Agriculture, through the Livestock Branch, is offering to the
dairy farmers of British Columbia,
means whereby much needed information concerning the performance
aud profit of dairy cows will be
made available
The [plan followed, is to appoint
for a district, one experienced in
testing aud dairy-farm work, who
I will devote his entire time to the
business on hand. Equipped with
'a complete testing outfit, he will go
from farm to farm in the district,
and staying one night, will weigh,
sample and test the night and morning milkingsof all the cows. He
will also keep account of the feed
consumed by the cows, and valuing
both the butter-fat and the feed on
a basis set by the Directors of the
Association, will enter the figures
secured, in a book provided, which
is left with the farmer. No information whatever concerning results
obtained at any establishment must
be given by the tester to any person
except the owner ami the Secretary
of the Association.
To nny district securing for such
au Association a minimum of four!
hundred  cows, divided into about
2f>   herds,���which    represent    the,
working days of the month,���the]
Livestock Branch will I'm nidi the
necessary testing outfit, books, etc.,
aud a competent tester. It will
also guarantee this tester's salary,
aud undertake to pay the same,
settling matters quarterly with the
Secretary of the Association. The
members will contribute at the rate
of One dollar per cow per annum,
being billed therefor by the Secretary at the end of that quarter iu
which the cows came under the
test.
The system can by no means be
termed new, as it has been followed
for years in Denmark, and more
recently iu Wisconsin and many
States of the Union, including tlie
neighbouring ones of Oregon and
Washington. Its chief advantage
lies in that complete yearly .statements of tbe feed and yield of animals arc obtained; authentic, because they have been secured by a
disinterested party, aud can therefore, be of service wheu the purchase or sale of dairy cows is contemplated.
To the dairy industry of the
Comox district, the institution of
such an Association should prove
of great value indeed. It is understood that several of the leading
dairymen are interesting themselves
in the project, and ��� purpose calling
a meeting for public discussion of
the matter before long.
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courtenay
Cunilicrland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cusiue Excellen
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
e
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done, go to
Sutton's.
PERCY WINCH
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SIDNEY, B. C.
The  Comox  Barber   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths iu connection
C. E.  DALRYMPLE,  Prop.
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Shoe Shining done by the
Courtenay Cleaners
W. Iv. SCOTT, Prop.
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The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
NTone but the BEST WINES an
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RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
Waverley Hotel
Cumberland, B. C.
Best of Liquors* and  Cigars,  Hot and
Cold Water, Baths, etc,
PRANK DALLAS,  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. MARSHA!,!,, Owner and Driver
Phone  36
Union St.      Courtenay
Jos. Barrie
Tobacconist
Dealer in
hoice Fruits,
onfectionery,
Soft Drinks
Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland
Tl]e Star
Livery Stable
Livery and team work promptly attended to.   All kinds of
hauling done
First-Class Buggies for Hire
Alex. Maxwell, Prop,
Cumberland
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We carry the most complete stock of Hardware
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"STOLEN WATERS"
every day. Post-mortem
examinations often chow
that tuberculosis had been
arrested by strengthening
the lungs before the germs
gained mastery.
You cnn strengthen your
resistance-power by taking
Scott's Emulsion. It contains available energy in con-
centralcal form, which quickly
nourishes all the organs of the
body. It repairs waste ��� mahes
rich, active blood and supplies
energy to the starving cells. It's
timely use enables the body to
resist tuberculosis.
For stubborn colds and
bronchitis nothing compares
with Scott's Emulsion.
Refuse substitutes - insist on
SCOTT'S.
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A Fine Free Chow
The little man had taken Ills wife
and children to see the travelling
show. A [tor viewing ull the sights
that COUld he viewed for nothing, the
entire tamlly lined up in front of u
large booth, which advertised In huge
lettprs on ths outside: The Grand
Elk���The Wonder Of the  World.
On a small ledge in front ot this
booth paced the showman himself,
entreating all and sundry to come up
and view. Presently his attention
was attracted by the Utile man who
guzrd earnestly and wistfully al him.
'Ere, you, he called. Ain't yer
cnmln' up?   It's only sixpence.
But the Utile mnn only shook his
head.
Can't he whispered. It would cost
me cloven shillings If I did. Yer see
there's me an' my wife nnd twenty
Children. I
Whnt! exclaimed the showman,
hoarse with Incredulity, nnd pointing
to the long line of earnest faces. Are
all of l hem yours?
A   nod   was   the   little   mall's   sole
answer.
Good heavens! cried Ihe mnn ot
the booth, ns he bounded to its entrance. Don'* yer move, guv'nor.
Just stay where y'are, I'm going to
give the Great Elk n treat. I'm going to bring 'ini out to 'ave a look al
you.
Pretty Nearly
Two little children hnd spent the
day together, and hnd sustained an
unusual number t accidents, At
last, when little .Mary, aged four, had
added an extra sent ch to her share of
suffering, she oobbed:
Mamma, aren'l me an' Evelyn !ust
'bout torei". up?
London.���Ex-Sapper Heritage, Rov-
al Engineers, wbo toolc part in the
slegp of f* ebastopol, snng three old
camr songs ' n concert at Ashfonl.
Kent, on Thursday night. He Is 76
years of age.
MB
ALMOST UNBEARABLE
Looked Like Raw Meat, Itched and
Burned So Badly Could Not Rest
Night or Day, Arms Sore from
Wrist to Elbow. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Completely Cured.
Waters   of   Ireland's   Greatest   Lake J
Stolen From Public uy a... I
Deputy's Fraud
Dublin, Ireland���1! la a truism that
only the busiest men have nny time
to spare, and it is proved again by
the publication of an elaborate his*
toiical study hy T. M. llealy, the Fa-1
nious Irish M.P., who is as entertain*
ill); ami brilliant with bis peii us he Is
ill speech.
Mr, llealy was one ol the counsel
In  the  ease  concerning  the  Ashing
rights In the waters of Lough Neagh,
decided by the lions' of lords lu favor
of Lord Donegal! In 1911, and his book
"stolen Waters," Is a careful examination Ot the evidence on which lhat
i.eclsion was based.
The story begins 300 years ago,
when .lames I was king, and Sir Arthur I'hlehes er, a' ( sti. ot Loi I Done-
gall, was lord deputy ot Ireland. King
James perBuaded the corporation of
London to plant certain territories in
Ulster. They spenl -some $800,000
and ibey war promised in return laud
��� i fJert'.v an d the Halting ol Lough
PoylO and the iT llnnn. According m Mr. llealy, the Londoners were
defrauded of Ihelr rights In the Uann,
which wltb Lough Neagh, fi" which
the river issues, was appropriated by
Chichester by lettem patent, s ale.I
bv ibe lord deputy In his own favor
Without lhe consent or knowledge of
tho king.
Strafford, 81 bonesl mnn and always
jealous for the rlsfhts of the crown,
Compelled Chichester's hell* to restore
the stolen water; (Ibe phrase In, of
course, Mr. Healy's) bul after ie Restoration they nijuln reverted lo the
family.
For generations, Mr. llealy tells us,
Ihe patent privileges were unasserted ns far ns Lough Neagh was concerned. In 1878, Indeed, the house
of lords upheld the public right to lish,
but this deelslqn wns reversed two
years ago.
The embargo on Lough Neagh deprives the public of the profit of their
greatest, lake, In behoof of private Individuals. To toll one's dally bread
lu a perilous and precarious calling is
no enviable birthright. Since the
world wns young this craft hns been
freely piled hy the longshoremen of
Lough Neagh, The right lo^jxerclse
It they defended nl the Scn,ts of the
Mighty, only to find that lhe law rejected their claim to earn a livelihood
To bo bereft of one's living nnd see
a scanty patrimony decreed to strain;-
ers is ill to bear, but the '"low is
mnde harder when the pretext for confiscation Is alleged to be some musty
letter from Cromwell or a reckless
[airing of ihe worthless Stuarts.
Mr. llealy tells his story with enthusiasm and thoroughness, The pursuit, If not exhaustive, hn; not he**n
without, pains. A trail three centuries old Is haj*d to follow. He eon-
eludes with a characteristic comparison between the methods of the English in Ireland aud of the Romans in
Jurtea.
Under the Roman occupation of Ju-
dea nn Injunction was issued to deprive Hebrews of their fisheries. Of
the custom of the lakes of Galilee and
r mnesareth there Is evidence to eo
to a jury thnt the locnl tribesmen
could betimes le, down their pets fo"
a draught. Nor Is there mention of
letters patent by Pontius Pilate or
Kerod to filch the river Jordan Into
their own hands.
But surelv the sen of Galilee aud
the lake of Gennesareth were one and
the same.
Cure Your Sore Throat
Nerviline Will Do It
ELDORADO FOUND IN BOMBAY
Lower Blandford, N'ova Scotia.���"Thrr-o
years ago I became troubled with sore arms.
It came as a rash. My arms looked like
raw moat and itched ami burned so badly
I could pot rest night or day. When I
scratched they became awfully sore. As
Ions as lhe wemlier was warm It didn't
bother mo so much, but in Winter il, waa
almost unbearable. My arms were .soro
from tbo wrist to Iho elbow.
*'I used sevcrul cures wbicli were recommended to mo but without any avail, I
saw how I could get a sample of Outlcura
8oap and Ointment which I did. I used
tbo samples and found an improvement.
Whenever 1 applied tho Cuticura Ointment
tho Itching and burning ceased. I got a
full-sized box of Cuticura Ointment aud a
cake of Outlcura Soap and-only used about
half when It disappeared and since then I
havo not been troubled. That was six
months ago. Outlcura Soap and Ointment
completely cured mo." (Signed) MissElsio
E. Zlnck, Mar. 7,1912.
Outlcura Soap and Ointment do so much
for pimples, blackheads, red, rough skins,
Itching, scaiy scalps, dandruff, dry, thin and
falling hair, chapped hands and shapeless
nails with painful Anger-ends, that It is
almost criminal not to use them. A slnglo
cake of Cuticura Soap and box of Cuticura
Ointment are often BUfBclent when all else
has failed. Sold everywhere. Liberal
sample of each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin
Book. Address post card Potter Drug &
Chem. Corp., Dept. 4SD, Boston, U. S. A.
Blessed  Relief    Come.    Quick,    You
Get  Comfort,  Every  Pain  DIs-       '
appears
"Experience has taught me that the
quickest way to euro a sore throat Is
witli Nerviline," writes Mrs. Enoch
P. Madeuu. "My children always
seem to gcit wet feet ami slay out lu
the cold, and in consequence I have
lo keep a good household remedy
handy, 1 .'Ub in Nerviline almost
every hour, give the children sny
twenty drops iu hoi sweetened wnter,
and make them gurg' Willi It. I
have yet to see the eold this won't
break up quickly.
Prom Ilie La llarve Islands, N.S.,
Mrs. John W'allielt. writes: ��� "We
have been using Nerviline for about
nine years, aud find it excellent.
When we llnd aty of us gutting a eohl
we lake Nerviline In hot water. It
is a sure relief for 11, and Is also   .n
Instant relict for Internal pains of-any
kind.
The remarkable pain-subduing power of Nerviline und Its ability to cheek
colds, Influenza and sore ibrunt is unequalled, Every home should have
Nerviline handy on the shelf (or sudden Illness at night, like cramps or
Internal pains. Large family Blse,
50e; trial size 25c., ai all storekeepers
or druggists, or The Catairboziine Co.,
Buffalo, N.Y.
Prison Wedding
Paris.   A widow iiuuiiM Bbndeau,
recently sentenced to iwo years hard
labor will la* uurrul shor l>   in  v...
sallies prison lu   n old Bweetluiart,
Jean Janrj lei.
Lo. Ion,- -Fred Emmy appeared for
the thousandth lime In 'A Sister to
A isisl 'Er' at the Palladium last
night.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
that Contain Mercury,
as mercury will iwrrly dUtroy Uie www of. .me:
,unt completely ncrange in.* wnoie Hystrm wlioi
entering it through Uie mucunti Burfnccs, sucl
iirtlot H Fliould never lie iiwii except tut profit-rip.
���ii.: .'< rom r.iiiitahle pliyalcliiu.4, n* '.::������ (lunuiRe they
win do ib imi fold to the Bond ynu can possibly ,1^
ilve from thorn. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
hy i-\ J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, ().. contains no mer-
ury, and la taken Internally, acting directly upon
lhe blood and mucous surfaces of tlie system, hi
buying Hall's Catarrh cure Oe mire you got thi
-inuine. it is taken Internally and made in Toledo
jhio. by K. I. Cliotioy .*.- Co. Testimonials froo.
Sold bv PrueK'-'a. Prior, 75o. per botiio,
'take Hall's Family cuts fnr eonstipatlou.
There's a great difference between
peace of mind and piece of mind.
Attacked by Asthma. The first
fearful sensation is of suffocation,
which hour by hour becomes more desperate and hopeless. To such a case
Ihe relief afforded by Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing
less than miraculous. Its help Is
quickly apparent and soon the dreadful attack is mastered. Tbe asthmatic who has found out tbe dependability of Ihis sterling remedy will never
be without It.     ll is sold everywhere.
Say, your beasily dog bit rr.e, said
the indignant tramp.
Oh, that 11 be all right, replied the
woman at the door.     I have another.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
Reiser!    Herself
Lady���How mucli are these chickens?
Market  .'an���One dollar.
Do you raise t'aem yourself?
Oh, yes. They were 0 cents yesterday.
Vast  Tract  filch  in  Gold  and  Other
Valuable  Minerals  Discovered
Calcutta, India.   ��� The    romantic
discovery of mineral *, oalth oa a vast
J scale is re ' 'ted from an area covering  1200 miles in  the Dalbhum tlis-
I triet, about 150 miles from Calcutta.
Extensive deposits  of gold,    copper,
i coal, iron, asbestos, mica and manganese are reported to have been found.
The estate    of    Prince    Mahomed
Buk'.ear Shah who died a month ago,
is in the     .litis of the official receiver, who engaged ar. expert geologist,
Phillip Blllinsshurst, of Vancouver, to
survey  the  i stale and  ascertain  its
value.    The expert declares that the
estate possesses im.v.onse quantities of
lion ore, some millions of tans, averaging  between   lo  and   70   per  cent
I metal. i
Several Important gold finds are also reported. The expert discovered!
r. Santhall woman, reputed lobe 110
years eld. earning a competence by
working free gold in n secret place she
discovered fifteen years ago. She
was induced to disclose the source of
her wealth by a present of a silk
shawl and a few rupees, and the expert, on Kinking a trial shaft, found
quartz yielding 130 ounces of gold to
the ton.
He says tbe rich leaders and stringers of auriferous quartz would yield
' fabulous mounts ami concludes: I
| daily expected to confirm the opinion
that" I was on the site of what is potentially one of the worlds greatest
gold fields, and it wa:; with great, re-
gret I had to leave . . much ground unexplored.
PILES CURED  IN 6 TO 14 DAYS
Vour druggist will refund money If PA30
OINTMENT fails to euro any case of Itch-
.iy,   la.ud,  Ulefcdmg ur  I'rotrUUlilg   rile.-
,i  i,  to M  days.    5ue.
The young man sat ami sal and talked and talked.
About 11.30 ' - sa-v Love, I'm going Away.
The young lady Lhcwed interest fo:1
the first time since 8.30.
When tin you start? she Inquired.
TRAiNED NURSE
Remarks About   Nourishing Food
W. N.  U. 915
Dog's Remarkable Journey
London.���Some time ago the Rev.
W.  Y.  Eullerton removed from Leicester to london.    He brought with
him a terrier, whic'  was sent back to
I -'coster and then to Birmingham. A
1 few days aftei Its arrival there it dis-
I appeared and    it   was    subsequently
' found by the police in the metropolis.
1 The dog's condition was such that :
is believed it found its way from Blrm-
' Ingham to London by road, a distance
1 uf 100 mtli*
"A physician's wife gave me a package of On pe-Ntits one day, with the
remark that she was sure 1 would find
'.'���e food very henelici. '., both for my
own use and for my patients. 1 was
particularly .'trcctid to the Ijod, as
ut that lime tlie weather was very
hot and I appreciated the fact that
Grape-Nuts requl.'es no cooking.
"The food was delieiously crisp, and
most inviting to the appetite. After
making use of it twice a day for
three or four weeks, 1 discovered thci
it was a most wonderful invigorator.
1 used to sutler greatly from exhaustion, headaches and depression of spirits. My work had been very trying
at times and indigestion had set In.
"Now I am always well and ready
for any amount of work, have an abundance of active energy, cheerfulness
and mental poise. I have proved to
my. entire satisfaction that this change
has been brought about by Grape-Nuts
food.
"The fact that it Is prcdlgested Is a
very desirable fe. ure. I have had
many remarkable results in feeding
Grape-Nuts to mv patients, and I cannot speak too highly of the food. My
friends constantly commer.'; on the
change in my appearance. I have
gained 9 unds since beginning the
use of this food."
"There's a l ason." Read the little
book, "The r.oat" to . "ellville" in
pkgs.
Ever read t'i above letter? A new
on: appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
interest '
A  Dry Job
An Irishman sought employment as
a diver. The 3nn chanced to need
a new mnn Aud so on the following
Monday morning Pat hid his sille for
the first time iu a diving helmet .
Now the job upon which He crow
t' which Pat had attached himself
Vat. working In comparatively shallow
water, und Pat was provided with a
pick and tohl U use It ou a ledge
below In a iniciner with which he was
already familiar.
Down he w.nl with his ilck. an'
for about fifteen minutes nothing was
heard from him. Then came strung
determined pull on lhe signal rope, indicating that P.it '.ad a very decided
wish to come to the top. The assist-
auts pulled hlni hastily lo llie.ru .
end removed bis helmet.
Take off the rlst av It, said Pat.
Take off the rlst of it'.'
Yes, salt! Pal. O'll worrlk no long-
ri* qn a job where Ol eai. t spit on me
hands.
A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���
The  secluded   Iif' of    women     which
permits of llith* healthful exercise, Is
n fruitful cause of derangements of
the Stomach and liver and Is account-j
nble for the pains and lnsslli.de thai
so many of them experience,   Paruie-
lee's   Vegetable  Pills  will  correct   Irregularities   of   thn   digestive  organs1
anil   restore  health   and   vigor.    The
most delicate woman can use them|
with  safety,    because    their    action,
while effective, is mild and Boothlng,
They Wanted to Hear I*
Now, children, said the teacher to j
her kindergarten class. I want you alii
to be very quiet, so quiet, in fad that'
you could Leal' a "in drop.
Everything bad quieted down i 'caly
und Ihe teacher was aboul to speak i
when n little voice In lhe rear of thai
school room squealed forth: Ho ahead,]
please, teacher, and let her drop.        j
HE SENT HIS "BEST" REMEDY!
Tla- young daughter of Mrs. T. S.
Dbugall, 623 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg,
wus arranging some of her doll's
washing on a clothes rack, beside the
stove, when she fell, and her hand
enine in contact with the hot stove.
She sustained a serious burn, and her
.-creams brought hei mother quickly to
the spot.
"I sent to the druggist for the best
remedy he had for burns," she says,
"and he sent back a box of Zam-Buk.
He said that there was nothing lo
equal it. 1 applied this, nnd it soothed the pain so quickly that the* child
laughed through her tears. I bound
���IP Ihe hand in Zam-Buk and each day
applied Zam-Buk frequently and liberally, until the burn was quite cured.
"The little om was soon able to go
on with her nl- v. and we had no trouble with her during the time the
burn was I elng healed."
Zam-Buk Sean should also be used
by all mothers for bab.'s bath and for
skin troubles, ra dies, pimples, etc.
Ai. druggists and stores sell Zam-
Buk at fifty cents box; a. tl Soap nt
2ae. tablet. Post free from Zam-
Buk Co., Toronto, for price. Refuse
harmful imitations.
It Wouldn't Tell
Family Physician: "I am afr..ld you
have been eating (oo much cake and
sweetstuft.    Let me see your tongue? '
Little Girl���Oh, you can lock at it,
bu: it won't tell
Bluff
Mr. Badgerton is here, sir, said the
chief clerk.    Shall I show him in?
No, replied the great organizer, let
hlni wait In the ante-room for about
three-quarters of an hour. He has a
big proposition, bin I am anxious to*
keep him from getting tho idea that
1 consider It worth while.
Old folks who need something
of the kind, find
LAXATIVES
most effective without any discomfort.
Increased doses not needed. 25c. a boi
al your druggist's.
National Drac and Chemical Ce, ot Cimds, tlmllia*.
164  I
FOR BABY'S SAKE
For liabv s sal: n reliable mqdlolne
should alwavs b" kept in the house-
one that will quickly rellev. any and-'
den Illness of baby regulate the bowels, sweeten the stomach and drive!
���ant colic, worms, colds, etc, Sneh ai
medicine is Baby'r: Own Tablets. I
They are guaranteed by a Government j
analyst to be absolutely safe and thou-!
sands of mothers always Uoep them j
in tlie house���thev a: the mother's
best friend when her little one ls ailing' The Tablets are soltl by medicine dealers tr by mall at "ii cents ��'
box from The Dr. Williams' Medi-:
cine Co., Broekville, Ont.
A Sad Day
What do you . onsi-der the saddest |
day of your life?
The day I consented *to let in.
wife dc. her own cooking.
Mlnard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
But are you sure? persisted th"
grouchy customer, that this 'ere stuff
will cure my rheumatism?
Oh, yes, replied the drug cler.k; all
the doctors refuse to recommend it.
REAL ESTATE PROFITS
We only handle property of Sterling
merit, on wntch we are prepared to
guarantee ptoJUa.
"Our   WOODLAWN,"   ST.     VITAL,
nnd  "DEKU LODGE"  pnipe.rtlns    are
food investments.      We want a Rood
Offent   to represent  us  in  fvery   town.
| Kor terms apply,
I STEWART & WALKER. LTD.
Sterling  Bank  Building,  \ innlpeg
"Don't waste lime writing if you
do not mean business."
Dr. i'iorse'9
2nd.an  Root   Pills
are just the right medicine for the
children. When they are constipated
���when their kidneys are out of order
���when over-indulgence in some
favorite food gives them indigestion
���Dr. Morse's Indian Root I 'ills will
quickly and surely put them right.
Purely vegetable, they neither sicken,
weaken or gripe, like harsh purgatives.
Guard your children's health by
always keeping a box of Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills in the house, They.,
Ka*p   th��   Children   Well
She Was Catls
Oxygen oxygen, madam.    Th;      ia
what you need, said the eminent spot
lalist."   Come    eery    afternoon    for.
>our inhalations.    They will cost you
$E each.
I knew our family physician didn't
understand my ease, declared the fashionable patient. lie told mo all S
needed was plain, fresh air.
"/ am an old man���and many of my troubles
never happened."-ELBERT HUBBARD
"SEED Q
THE white hair and wrinkled faces of our busy men and women tell
of doubt, fear and anxiety���more than disease or uge. Worry plays
havoc with the nervous system���so thatdigestion is ruined and sleep
banished.   What oil is to the friction of the delicate parts of an engine���
DR. PIERCE'S
Golden Medical Discovery
li to the delicate organs of the body. It's a tonic end body builder���because it
stimulates the liver to vigorous action, assists the stomach to assimilate food���thus
enriching the blood, and the nerves and heart in turn are fed on pure rich bloud.
Neuralgia "is the cry of starved nerves for food." For forty years "Golden
Medical DisoOTery" in liquid form has given great satisfaction as a toutc and
blood maker.
Now it can be obtained in tablet form���from dealers in medicine
or und SO one-eent stamp* for trial box. Write R. V.Pierce, Buffalo,
DR. PIERCE'S PLEASANT PELLETS
Relieve constipation, recalate the liver,
���nd bowela.    Eaay  ta tall* aa canny. ��
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D, D.C.L.. President
ALEXANDER LAIRD JOHN AIRD
General Manager Assistant General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000
BANKING BY MAIL
Accxrtints 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.        a4
W. T. WHITE, Manager, Courier,, y, Comox and Cumberland Branches
Comox brunch open on Tuesday, from io to 3
Comox Co-Operative Society
Butchers
We lake pleasure in accomodating
our customers to tlie extent of our
ability, We therefore solicit your
custom and prnmpt payment of
accounts when due, as our profits
ate small. Thanking all our customers for past and cortinued
favours
Union Street
Courtenay
Local Lines
There will be a  wrestling match
in the Opera house heru on June 6
between San:ly Swanson of Nanaimo
. and  Young   Forbes   of Campbell
River, a Scotch champion.
Mr. Frank Slavin has arrived
from Victoria to take charge of the
construction of the. new Government bridge over the Courtenay
river. Work will be commenced as
soon as the material can be secured,
Saturday was a day ii; the history
of Courtenay. The .firg,t passenger
train to call here came up at nine
o'clock and secured a load of holiday makers for Cumberland, returning with them about nine o'clock
in the evening. About eight o'clock
two steamers came up the river,
The Fingal, loaded with supplies,
for McPhee & Morrison and O. H.
Fechner, the Clansman loaded with
building materials for the Builders
Supply Co., tied up at McPhee's
new wharf. The A. B. Crawford
estate also had a steamer load of
freight delivered at their wharf last
week. Several snap shcts were
taken of the train and also of the
boats. Verily Courtenay is getting
to be some pumpkins.
A Jap was reported to have run
amuck at Campbell River and shot
at a painter and defied any one to
take him. Constable Hannay went
up after him on Monday evening,
and got him at Campbell River
hotel the next morning. He was
taken to Cumberland and remanded
for 8 days on a charge of shooting
with intent to do murder. His
name was Y. Daito.
Victoria Day was quietly celebrated iu Courtenay on Saturday
last. Early in the forenoon various
groups might be seen wending their
way to secluded picnic grounds,
where they could enjoy themselves
to their hearts content, A number
went to Cumberland to take in the
sports there. In the afternoon the
lacrosse team went up and played
a tie game with the stick wielders
of the Coal city. The purse of $60
was divided, this will get the boys
some new sticks, which they are
badly iu need of. The following
is the Courtenay team: J. Neil,
F. Peel, P. Dargie. H. Stewart, W.
Halcrow, N. Boden, J. MacKenzie,
I. Wilson, F. MacKenzie, A, Peacock, A- Rowan, R. Grieve.
HATS!
HATS!
HATS!
We have a specially well selected stock of Gents
Hats, comprising Felts, Linens, Straws and Panamas, all in the latest styles, for summer wear, and
are in a position  to   please the most fastidious.
It will be a pleasure to show  you  through our
stock, and we feel sure if you are in need of a hat
you will see the advantage of buying from us
W. G. McKEAN
Phone 6 Courtenay
Top Notch Trousers
The Hobberlin madc-to-order Trousers are the acme of fit and
comfort. Well made, and honestly tailored by experts, trousers
that hang- well and retatn their shape. You can choose from
the fancy worsteds, fancy cheviots, fancy tweeds or the blue
aud block serges aud diagonals. Trousers for Sunday wear or
everyday wear, trousers to match suit and vest or for any social
affair.    Hundreds of designs and color tones.
McPhee & Morrison
COURTENAY and COMOX
Sole Agency The House of Hobberlin, Limited
If you want pictures framed,
cabinet or sign worK done go to
J. Sutton.
A basket social and dance in aid
of the Comox branch of the B. C.
Anti-Tuberculosis Society, will be
held in the Opera House, Courtenay
on Tuesday June 3rd, the anniversary of the King's birthday. Ray's
three piece orchestra will supply
the music. The young ladies of
the district are each invited to
supply a basket and the young men
are invited to purchase. This is a
deserving institution and one that
the people of Comox should heartily patronize.
. ���.����>,��> .,
LAZO
Some building operations are
going on on the Towler property
on the Little River road.
Hart's sawmill will be in full
blast iu a few days, upwards of $8-
000 worth of machinery has lately
been installed, and the mill is now
equipped for turning out all kinds
of lumber.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson have
purchased and moved onto Messrs.
Beard & Scales ranch at Little
River beach.
Miss Payne expects to occupy
her summer home in a couple of
weeks. She is now on her way
from England.
Messrs. Beard & Scales have purchased two five acre lots near the
CapejLazo school fromthe Dingwall
estate and building a fine lot of
poultry houses.
Three picnics were held at Kye
Bay on the 24th. Mrs. J. Lawrenc*
entertained a party from Little
River and surrounding district.
Mr, and Mrs. Jos. McPhee entertained their family aud friends at
their beach, aud the annual Comox
picnic was held at Hardy's becah,
roRT^SsIA,H0TELIJ.    E.   ASTON
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
Basement Willard Block
loggers Boots and Shoes Made
Repairing  Neatly  and  Promptly   Done
C.  W.   Shannon
PAINTER and DECORATOR
Estimates Furnished Free of Charge
Shannon Block,     Courtem y
ICE CREAM
Summer Drinks
Swan's Pool Roc
E. SWAN, Prop.
floving Pictures
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An Entire Change of Programme
Twice weekly
H.F. WHITTLE, Proprietor
*************************************************���:
RESTMORE ROOMS
AND GRILL
The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
Rates Reasonable
FABER & FABER, Props.
I    Telephone 3-5
COURTENAY, B. (.
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INFLAMMATORY RHEUMATISM
Conquered by GIN PILLS
Mr. \V. O. Reid,Tlamilton,Ont., writes;
"1 have been (or the last two years a
cripple ��itli Muscular ami Inflammatory
Rheumatism. 1 tried almost everything
known to medical science nud sought
change ((climate without relief. Your
manager in this city recommended Oin
l'ills aud 1 have since tukni eight boxes
and am now cured. I consider Gin
l'ills the conqueror of Rheumatism and
Kidney Disease".
Sue. a box, 6 for J5.50. Sample free
if you write National Drug and Chemical
Co. of Cauada, Limited. Toronto,      IM
tvlaypole Soap
FOR HOME
DYEING
WaiHei and dyet t1
our operation, giving r (. m.. t k a 111 y
clean, brfght, fail
colon. Dyet colloo,
wool, iillt or milium, 24 colon,
wiilyive any diode.
CoU I0o, black
15c a: yi.tii dealei'i
orpoHpd withheld "1 low to Dye*
V
'������""'   F. I. BENEDICT & CO. Monlrul
The Heart of a Piano is the
Action.   Insist on the
"Otto Hlgel"
Piano Action
|)ON'T wusto yonr time iiguriur*
out why ;v blnclc hen lays n
white egg. Get busy and jump
into your LEATHEK LABEL
OVJ3R-HAULS awl get the egg.
THIS HEN. THE EGG.
~ THE -
Leather Label
OVER-HAUL COMPANY, LIMITED,
tUXUFACTUKEtlS or
High  Grads American Over-Hauls,
WALKEKVIIXE. ONTARIO.
Toar <hl* out and mall It to us with
your nama and address and wa will sand
you one of our celebrated CORN COB
PIPES, FREE.
Name	
Town Prov	
l'our dealer's name	
Town I*rov	
%imie>JD',
nu -Jl&Mm/t&
J/fiat!>b^awieJhi&
DYOLA
|ON[WE^UKINDS*��*|
'������'Mi      '
It'* (he CLEANF.ST, SIMPLEST, ind BEST HOME
DYE, one ran buy���Why you don't even hive to
know Whill KIND of Cloth your Goods am made
of,--So Mist.iUi:* ore ImpoHlble.
Send for Free Color Card, Story Booklet, end
Booklet giving results of Dyeing over other colon.
The JOHNSON-RICHARDSON CO., Limited,
Montreal. Canada.
BEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AHO eHUO.
Mrs. Winslow's 80OTIHNO svrup has been
i��d (or over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS ot
MOTIIUKS for tbelr CHILDREN WI1IUC
TBRTHINO, wilb PKUl'KCT SUCCESS. It
BOOTIIKS lhe CHILI), SOI'TKNS the GUMS,
AI.I.AVS nil PAIN; CURKS WIND COLIC, and
in Hie best remedy -for DIARKIIOiA. It is ab-
fohiti-lv harmless, lie sure uud ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Bynip," and take no other
kind.   I'wcuty-uvc ccuU a bottle.
Dome i;lrls nro burn pretty. Others
have the sense lo select rich fathers.
A Prime D.essing for Wounds.���
In some factories und workshops oar-
iiolic iu'IiI is I'.cpt for tiso in cauterizing wounds mid cuts sustained by
tho worlinion. li'itr better to keep on
hand n bottle of Dr Thomas' Electric
Oil. It Is just as quick In action
nnd docs not BCar the skin or burn
the llesh. There is no other Oil that
haa Its curative qualities.
Industry sounds classy, but Industrious smacks of the dinner pail.
I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT
\':o BEST Ivlniment In use.
I got my foot bntyr Jammed lately,
I bathed It well with MINARD'S LINIMENT, aid il was as well as ever
i n>:t day.
YOUR  PLOWING  WILL   BE   DONE  QUICKER,    BETTER   AND   CHEAPER   IF   YOU   USE
COCKSHUTT ENGINE  GANGS
The  Little  Rebel
Say, grnndpop, began little George
is It. Iruo that George Washington
couldn't tell a lie?
Yes, quite true.
And was he an awful good man?
He sure    as.
Then what dl.l you let Ihem name
me lioorgo Washington Frown for?
Ain't 1 lo have any fun?
kMHUMHH
Ml
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine timet In ten when the
���toinich and boweli are right.
CARTER'S UTILE
LIVER PILLS
I'.enlly hul firmly com
pel ��� lazy livet to
do i|s duty
Cure'. Constipation,
Indigestion,
Sick
Headache, and Distress
Small PHI, Small Dose,
liver ii right the
after Eating.
Small Price.
W. N. U. 545
Genuine must bear Signature
\mmm*m%wmM*mm99\
Who Can Tell?
Well, I'm kl id of sorry It's a girl
Nonsense.     She may bo Premier ot
Canada some day.
NEW STRENGTH
1NJHE SPRING
Nature Needs Aid in Making New
Health-giving Blood.
In the spring the system needs a
Ionic. To be healthy you must have
new blood just as the trees must have
new sap to renew their vitality. Nature demands It, and without this new
blood you will feel weak und lasguld,
You may have twinges ot rheu.uallsm
or the sharp, stabbing pains ot r. aural-
gia. Often there are disfiguring pimples or eruptions on the skin. In
other eases there is merely a feeling
of tiredness and a variable appetlto.
Any of these are signs that the blood
is out of order���that the indoor life ot
winter has lessened your vitality
What you need in spring la a tonic
medicine to put you right, and in all
the world of medicine there is no tonic
can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
These pills actually make new, rich,
red blood���your greatest need In
spring. This new blood drives out
the seeds of disease and makes easily
tired men, women and children bright,
active and strong.
Mr. John Walfield, La Have Islands, N.S., writes: "I take a great
pleasure In telling what Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills have done for me. I am a
fisherman and fifteen years
ago through hard work my
system became run down and
could scarcely work at all. I lost In
weight; my blood became poor, and I
was very weak. I consulted several
doctors but ihelr treatment did not
help me so I decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and In a short time
I was entirely well again. My wife
and daughter also used tltem with
benefit. We think so much of the
Pills as a family medicine that we always keep them in the house."
These Pills are snld by all medicine
dealers or can le had by mail at 50
cents a box or six boxes.for $2.50
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
BrocUviUe, Ont.
The hay fever victim Isn't greatly
Interested In the corn crop.
Miller's Worm Powders can do no
injury to the most delicate child. Any
child, infant or in the state of adole-
sence, who is infested with worms can
take triis preparation without a qualm
of tho stomach, and will find in it a
sure relief and a full protection from
these destructive pests, which are
responsible for much sickness and
great suffering ,0 legions ot little
ones.
You aro very low, observed the
weather man.
Y'cs, replied Lhe official thermometer, regretfully, I fear I have taken
a drop too much.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That Is LAXATIVE BROMO   QUININE.
Look for the signature of B. W. GROVE.
Cures a Cold In Ono Day.   Cures Grip
m Two Days.    26c.
It lakes a head to get ahead In this
world.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Burnt, Ete.
M.st of us like hot weather best
when the mercury Is twenty below.
If one be troubled with corns ..nd
warts, he will find In Holloway's Corn
Cure an application that will entirely
relieve suffering.
1 11 1 1 ���
Many a useful old maid has been
spoiled to make a good wife.
V
pP^owWHatTtf
i Label MeanS ?  y
It means cement of the highest possible quality.
It means cement tested by experts whose authority it final at all our mills.
It meant cement acknowledged by engineers, architects and hundreds of thousand!
of farmers to fulfil every requirement of scientifically made Portland cement.
It means a cement that is absolutely reliable, whether used foi a great bridge or
for a concrete watering trough.    You can uie
Canada Cement
with complete confidence that your concrete (work will be thoroughly ���atiafnr.tory.
You ought to have this confidence in the cement you use, because you have not the
facilities (ot testing its qualities, such at era at the disposal of the engineers in charge oi
big contracting jobs.
These engitiKft ((now (hit when cement haa passed tha testa marie upon it at Canada
Cement mills, it will past all their testa.
And this same cement is sold to you (or your silo, your foundations, your feeding-floor,
your mitt-house or your watering-trough.
Uud according to tha tdltactioas in our free book "What tha Farmar can do with Conereta," Canada
Cement aavar la.il* to ffiva satiafailory reaulta.   Wilts for tha booh.   It not oalr tella you how to mia
and plaea conereta, but will alao euiseat acorea ef uaaa for it on your farm, every one al them valuable
to yon.   In Baking tar tha book you do nol Incur lha nehteet obligation.
Thar* It a Canada Canaan! Daalar in Your Neighborhood
Address 1 Farmers' Inftrmatitn Burtau
Canada Cement Company Limited,  Montreal
Poor John
John, you never listen to half the
things I say to you, she complained.
Well, dear, he replied, I have to
work part o�� tho time.
A Mistake
Blinkers���Halloa, Winkers! I hear
you married a woman with an independent fortune.
Winkers (sadly)���N-no; I married
a fortune with an independent woman.
Schoolgirl's
Exhausted Nerves
Headaohes,   Dizzy   Spells  and
Weakness Overooms by Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food.
VERIBRITE VENOIL
THE   WORLD'S     BEST     WOOD
POLISH
Cleans and disinfects everything
in your home from the cellar to
the attic. Put it on your duster
and dust Hardwood Floors, Woodwork, Linoleums, Pianos, Furniture, etc. Makes everything Just
like new. Money refunded It not
satisfactory. Madb by the
DOMESTIC SPECIALTY Co., Ltd.
Hamilton, Canada
Your
dealer pays
more for this
flour than for
any other, but
he's satisfied
Mill Gallop.
At about the age that most girls are
working hardest at school studying
for examinations there are Important
physiological changes taking place
which are an additional strain on the
ncrvout system.
Mrs. Gallop has had experience in
the cases of her daughter and granddaughter, and (or this reason her letter It particularly Interesting to parents.
Mri. 3. A. Gallop, 135 Victoria
etreet, St. John, N.B., whose husband
ls a carpenter, states :���"We have
used Dr. Chase's Nerve Food In our
family (or nervousness, headaches,
dizziness and nervous dyspepsia, and
have (ound them satlstactory in every
particular. My daughter Bessie was
going to school, and became quite run
down in health. By the time she had
used three boxes of this remedy her
nerves were steady, her general
health was excellent and she was entirely (ree from headaches and dizzy
spells. We are more than pleased
with the results of this treatment.
'More recently we used the Nerve
Food for my granddaughter, who was
out of school for nearly a year from
nervous trouble, and noticed improvement in her condition at once."
Dr. ChMS'a Nerve Food, 60c, a bos,
6for (250, all dealers, or Edmanaon,
Bates Sc Co., Limited, Toronto.
No Blame
Lecturing Professor (to Jones, who
has just roused himself from a sound
sleep)���Had a good sleep, Jones?
Jones (drowsily) ��� Good! Don't
blame you.     So'd I.
HER SYMPATHY
MAKESHER SPEAK
DAME MAYER TELLS    ROW   SHE
FOUND A CURE IN DODD'S
KIDNEY 'ILLS.
Suffered for Three Years From Rheumatism, Headache, Palpitation, and
Bright's Disease���Dodd's Kldt.:/
Pills Cured Her Kidney's ahd Made
Her Well.
Huberdeau, Argenteull Co., Que.,
(Special).���"I am always glad to tell
of my cure because I sympathize with
others who may be suffering as I
did." So cays Dame Joseph Mayer,
well known and highly respected here.
"For three years 1 was a very sick
woman. Rheumatism, headache, palpitation ot the heart aud Bright's disease were my succession of troubles,
but Dodd's Kidney Pills cured them
all. I used twenity-four boxes to
complete my cure, but they certainly
made me well.
"I will never he without Dodd's Kld-
iie-* Pills In the house.
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured Dame
Mayer's ills because they are all caused by diseased kidneys. Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure diseased kidneys, and with cured kidneys straining the seeds of disease out of the
blood, the rheumatism, Bright's disease, headache, and palpitation of the
heart are bound to disappear.
You never heard of a case of kidney
disease that Dodd's Kidney Pills
would not cure.
The unsuccessful person Is generally the one who ls a second too late.
Protect the child from the ravages
of worms by using Mother Graves'
Worm Exterminator. It ls a standard remedy, and years of use have enhanced its reputation.
When a woman has a grudge
against a community she inaugurates
a baby show. I
to do
so in order
to sell you
the best-
PURITY
FLOUR
More Bread
and Better
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fTwoMakea!
Quarrel
It Just Escaped a Serious
Ending
By DOROTHEA  HALE
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Two of the boys from the Lone Bull
ranch were herding a bunch of cattlt
among the Bow hills, which were not
really hills at all, but bits of the prairie lifted Into little mounds of herbage.
Cnhricl and Tbcron Crane had not spoken for three weeks. Tbe reason for
their sudden change from warm friendliness to bitter enmity waa a mystery
to their comrades aud a milter for retreat for the entire otittit
Now they rode a few hundred yards
apart, silent, taciturn and moody. It
was not for them with hatred in their
hearts to rejoice in the sweetness of
the spring morning or to feel the pulse
of the now season beating strong with-'
to them.
A very little matter precipitated tht
smoldering passions that lay beneath
tho calm pxferlor of their sun browned
faces. Gabriel in passing his comrade,
who was smoking one of his everlasting cigarettes, felt the stinging bnrn ot
a flying ash against his cheek. Involuntarily his hand sought his hip pocket, but Crane bad already drawn and
was looking coolly at him from behind
his heavy weapon.
1 "W-e-1-1," drawled Crane after a little
startled pause, "did you reckon yon
could do for me this way?"
"You know better than that Too
needn't chuck your sparks in my face,"
retorted Gabriel furiously.
Crane smiled with t puzzled look behind his honest eyes. "What's eating
you, Gabe?" be demanded after * little
pause.
"What's eating yon, you mean. Ion
been looking for trouble this here three
weeks. I heard all about what you
said down to the canyon." Gabriel
still sat half turned on his saddle, ont
hand on his hip.
"Looking for trouble!" repeated
Crane incredulously. "Why, I been
trying to keep outer trouble with you.
I reckoned you'd lay for me some"���
"Lay for your' roared Gabriel. "I
ain't that kind. When I have a bone to
pick 1 ain't a-going around throwing
cigarette ashes in anybody's face. If
you got anything against me I'll meet
you down to Satan's gulch and we'll
light It out."
"There won't but one go borne again,"
said Crane angrily. *���
"Sure."
"When will jw 1 be therer
"Tomorrow nSrnlng at half past 4." ,
Without another word- they sen-
���rated.
There was a certain air of grim de- !
termination In Gabriel's manner that
night which caused Harry Barry and
Tim Lewis to exchange nneasy glances
and later to meet at the gate of tbe
corral. Marry Barry was tbe Brat to
break tbe silence. '
"Gabriel's cleaning bis gun," he re-
marked with assumed lightness.
"So's Crane," said Tim significantly.
"What do you think they're going to
do?" asked Harry uneasily.
Tim Lewis shook bis head dubiously, i
"No telling."
"l*Jhry guess. They're never been tbe
same like brothers as they always was '
since tbey came borne from that dona- j
tlon bee over to the Forks church."
"Donation   bee!    I   reckon   you're'
meaning tbe party they give tbe new j
minister,  where everybody took vie-
tuals and then stayed to eat up what
they brought."
Hurry Barry nodded bis handsome .
head. "I guess I was some mixed up
with the quilting bee I beard they was
giving to the wlddcr who keops bouse !
for the minister. Whatever made
them two geezers get mad at each
ether? They didn't bare anything to
drink except milk. They paid some
notice to tbe Widdcr Padrose."
Tim Lewis shook his head dubiously, j
"And tbey was always the best of
friends," mourned gifrry Barry. "Per- j
Imps a woman came between 'cm," he i
added hopefully as one who had dla- j
covered nn elusive clew.
>  "Don't blame everything on the wlm- j
men," chilled Tim.   "There Isn't any
use ns guessing.   We better do what
we can to help keep 'cm from manufacturing sieves."
i "Vou mean to draw tbe charges from !
them guns," observed Harry Barry. I
"But somehow I don't know as I ilka '
tbe Job of taking Gabriel's gun away ���
from hlni while he's sleeping innocent- '
like. Why, ho'd go Into the sieve,
business right away wltb me for t.
sample.   Guess again." I
1   "My best guess Is that I'll get op j
blight and early and trail 'em till I'm
satisfied  they're not out for blood,'* j
aald Tim.
Long before Hurry Barry had thrust I
kis, head  from   beneath   his  blanket
c.'itirlei arm crane nuo arisen ns try !
mutual accord and, dressing quietly, j
had gone down to the corral *tte\\
caught up their horses.
Out in the pale dawn of a new day j
rode the two men who bad been close ,
friends for years. They both knew that |
one would never come back and tbe
other would be a fugitive from justice, i
Which one would be tbe fugitive and
which the other thing?
slowly towaro mo i.tuio isnn. rcai-o
right arm was bandaged stiffly, and
each revolver was thrust In a left
band pocket
"As for that Wldder Padrose," began Gabriel, when Crane cut lu roughly:
"Dash tho wldders for a meddlesome
crew I"
Out of tbe distance two horsemen
rode to meet tbem. Ono was Harry
Barry, and the other wns Tim Lewis.
At sight ot tbe two older men riding
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Porhaps they were asking themselves ..   ��� ��
these questions as they rode swiftly ' together In apparent friendliness tbe
and silently serosa tbe dewy grass. : youngsters throw op tbelr hats and
Large and brown, wltb strongly mark- | whooped Joyfully.
ed features, thev mteht havt been I "What's worrying you two fellers?"
brothers, so cloae was tbe general ra I naked Gabriel, with his old lime genl'
semblance between tbem. ' uli,T-
All  the  kindliness  bad gone from      "Heard   tho   news?"   asked   Harry
their eyes, from the grimly sot months.   Barry, with a desire to avoid persou-
and the little muscles about their lips
: which twitched sometimes tn silent
' laughter were drawu now Into taut
; lines.
The dawn grew pale: and then Bushed with the coming of the sun. Tha
whole world was alight with the reddening glory, with the tonic sweetness
of the morning, but i��'ie two men riding forth to do vengeance each upon
the other saw nothing save tbe first
grim outline of tha tall cottonwoods
that mark tbe entrance to Satan's
gulch. Tbo trees grew larger and took
definite shape as tbey drew nearer.
The dull gray line which marked the
mouth of the gulch became an opening
which finally became large enough tor
them to ride through Into tbe ro:k inclosed desolate place,
i At tbe farther end there wns a level
stretch of sand. Here they could wreak
vengeance for their real or fancied
wrongs, and the sun wonld not be In
their eyes to dazzle their sight and
balk them of tbelr revenge.
Slowly they dismounted, making
much delay over tha careful stoking
of their horses at a respectful distance,
fussing orer tbe adjustment of saddles
and blankets and delaying In every
way the crucial moment At last when
there was no excuse for further delay,
Gabriel walked slowly to tbe farthest
point and leaned against a rock.
"I'm ready," he said carelessly.
"Same here," returned bis enemy
briskly.
"There won't but one go back," said
Gabriel slowly. "I s'pose there might
be a message to send."
An uncomfortable pause followed. At
last Crane spoke. "I ain't beard whal
it waa you was sorj. about," he said
grimly. "I don't mind snooting a mnn
when I think be deserves It. But confound you, Gabe, t don't know what'i
the matter with you."
"You He!" returned uabrlel delibeo
ately.
"That's enough," "remarked Crsne.^
"Count ten."
He drew hla revolver and level i Ua
long bine barrel at bis erstwhile C  and.
Gabriel   did   likewise   i   1   ar wly
counted ten.
There was a blinding flash of powder,
wltb a simultaneous report from the
two weapons. When tbe smoke bad
cleared away the two revolvers were
lying on the sand and tbe antagonists
were each nursing a right arm.
Crane darted forward, snatched np
one of, the weapons with his ' ft hand
and held It close to Gabriel's uearl
"If yon don't tell me what's eating
you," be snarled angrily, "I'll blow
some daylight Into you."
The other glared back at him fiercely. "You mean to say you don't know
what's tbe matter?" he demanded.
"Why would I be asking you, then?"
Gabriel was silent for several seconds; tben he blurted out: "Ifs what
you told Mrs. Padrose. She told m��
what you said tbe night of the doings
to tbe minister's house."
"What did I say?" Crime's face was
scarlet
"She said you told her I was married
and didn't ought to be paying attention
to respectable widows. That's wbat
she said you said. And it's a blanked
Ile, as you know I never was married
to nobody." Gabriel's hand clasped bis
wonnded arm.
"Of   course   yon   ain't   married,";
breathed Crane heavily aa be dropped
his left hand to his side.   "Hare I.
ever told yon a Ile, Gabe?"
"No," snapped Gabriel.
"Do you believe me wben I any that I
never told that to the Wldder Padrose?"
"Yes."
"Then what's your grouch about?"   I
Gabriel looked helplessly about him.
He saw the jagged rocks, tbe tufts ot
verdure thrusting forth from the cran. j
nles, beard the lilt of tbe bluebird -nd ,
saw the azure sky of tbe new t y.
His eyes dropped to Crane's face,    le j
and drawn with pain, and bis     vn
scowling  countenance   broke  into  a;
crumpled smile of anger and pity.        j
"Dash it all!   Did I wing you, yon
old cherub?   Here!" Tenderly he as- i
slsted Crane to a reclining position,
cut bis sleeve and bandaged the wound
Ins bullet hnd made.   Then he applied
his flask to Crane's compressed lips
and  watched wltb concern bis com- j
rale's efforts to swallow.   Forgetful ot
the bullet that was In bis own right I
arm, he worked over the other until at
last Crane sat up, a thl    saturnlnt
smile curving his mouth.
"I'm ull right now, Gabe.   Get down j
here and let me Ox you op.   1 reckon
I'm jest as good a sbot as you a re I"
An  hour afterward  tbe two
ulltles.
"What news?"
"The Baptist minister has married
his housekeeper, Mrs. Padrose. What
do you think of that, eh?"
Crane scratched his chin thought
fully. "I think I'll call ou tha minister
and extend my hearty���er ���condolences," he said.
Then ha and Gabriel indulged In a
left armed handshake.
Both  Knew  Him.
The conductor of a western freight
(rain saw a tramp stealing a ride oil
one of the forward ears. Ile told a
brakemaii in the caboose to go up and
put the man off at the lirst stop. When
the brakemaii approached the tramp
the latter waved a big revolver and
told him to get away.
"Did you get rid of him?" the conductor asked when the train was under motion again.
"I hadn't the heart," was the reply
"He turned out to be an old school
friend  of mine."
"I'll take care cl him," said tlie
conductor as he started over the tops
of the cars.
When the train had again started
the brakeman came and said:
"Well, is he off?"
"No; he turued out to be an old
school friend of mine, too," replied
the conductor.-London Weekly Telegraph.
An East Prussian Custom.
Midsummer day. or St. John the
Baptist's day, is a festival of much
importance among the Masur peasant
girls in east Prussia. On this day
they each make a wreath, and each in
turn tries to throw her wreath so as
to lodge it on a truit tree. A girl must
keep on throwing until her wreath
stays in the branches, and the number of attempts is supposed to indicate the number of years she will
have to wait to get married. When
the girls are thus engaged the young
ineti of the village stand around chatting them when they miss. The Ma-
surs are Poles who live in that part
of Prussia which was once part of
Poland.
CAUSES OF BALDNESS.
French Authority Blames It on Heavy
Hats and Improper Diet.
Dr. Ouelpa of Paris lias made some
interesting studies  pertaining to  the
j sculp  and  tli?  hair  which  have  led
I lriru to conclude that men are more
frequently bald than women for three
, reasons.   First of all, they wear hard.
I heavy hats; secondly, they cut their
hair too short both in  summer and
winter, and in the third place men
I usually  are greater eaters  than  wo- I
men.
Dr. Cluelpa points out that the sealp j
! can actually be compared to soil, says
! The London Evening Standard,   the |
; hair to the vegetation springing from
! that soil,   When the soil is poor and
i improperly  looked  after microbacill
attacli   "
Unstable   No   Longer   Right   Word
Characterize French Temper.
In uu interesting lecture delivered
before tlie Modern Language Association nt South Kensington recently,
Pmf. Caznmiun, ol the University ol
Paris, traced the history oi the change
which lias lately come over the temper
of the French people in su nianjt��di-
rections, politically and otherwise.
The political reputation of France,
he said, was not high in Europe, u
fact which was not to be wondered
at when ihe history of Europe during
the past century was considered, Thu
ordinary Englishman regarded the
word "instability" us the best sum-
ming up of the Frenchman's political
outlook, and us this opinion wus shared by u large number of his countrymen, it was beyond question that
there was something In it.
That political Instability was ascribed, said Proi. CazatnlaU, .to the
traditional character ol tbe French.
man. u man who is portrayed as impatient nnd volatile, eager fnr revolt,
u rebel to discipline, immersed in
abstract theories, contemptuous ol
precedent und custom, always tempted to introduce personalities in the
domain of public affairs, devoid of
perseverance and that laborious patience which was undoubtedly the
foundation of political capacity.
"1 admit," continued the professor,
"that there is a considerable amount
of truth in tbat picture, but Franco
forty years ugo passed through a great
trial, and the men of our generation
instinctively took from their earliest
years a serious view of life. That
experience tended to self-exuinination,
and it is noteworthy that both Kngland
and France have this in common,
thnt both countries, ancient hut not
decrepit, hnve passed through their
youth and are busy investigating their
position, while other countries are
still going through a period of self-
assertion."..
To some extent, lie went on, the
vogue that sport enjoyed nt present
in France, together with Ihe new spirit of adventure which was driving
Frenchmen to seek careers in the
colonies, notably in Morocco, all tended to teach them self-command and
concentration of effort. They were
trying to divide parlies more according to principles, and not personalities, and ministers were obtaining
longer leases of power.
Then again, the professor pointed
out, in France to-day there was among
other changes a much greater respect
for the law. That could be illustrated
in the appeals which were being made
to the good sense oi the crowd, tho
public gardens and open spaces being
placed "under public protection." Nothing, he said, in conclusion, could
show in a clearer light tli is new spirit
in France than the conduct of his
countrymen during the Agadir crisis.
Englishmen were good enough to compliment the French on their behavior
at that time, but the proof of the profound change in the national consciousness was that tlieir attitude,
which appeared splendid to others,
was to themselves quite natural.
Looked  Big to  Him.
A sense of the value of money comes
to some people sooner than to others,
and some people never know its vnltie,
but there is one lit'tle boy in a suburb
of Boston that has a keen sense of it.
He was discussing a piece of work
that he had done and telling his mother how much he had been paid for
it. Now, the boy is not yet ten years
old and so the price paid for his labor
was small. To him it looked large,
however.
"But n boy I know got $4 a week
for   working,"  .he   told   his   mother.
"He worked for a long time, but he
got sick and died.   Now, what do you
1 think of a fellow that'll die with that
Barbarous  Mortification  if the  Flesh
Part  ol   Rite:.
The religion of the Ottoman Empire
is typical oi its people���barbaro i- and
fantastic. The Dervishes, the regular
religious order in Turkey, recognizes
no authority bul that of Allah, nnd in
consequence, have been persecuted not
a little by the jealous Sultan-. Although the laymen who profess this
faith have hut to n peat one or twn
short prayers nnd wear the sacred cup
for a few minutes every duy, those
who take the vows of poverty, abstinence from wine, ami celibacy, rrotn
time to lime perform Btrange rites in
their  worship of   Allah,
Tin* Whirling Dervishes, after n lew
preliminaries, begin to chant th ��� Koran t" weird music played "n Hutcs
and tarboukas, which seems to Intoxicate them.   One by one they close
1 tlieir eyes. Btretoh their arms In rixon
tally and begin to Uvi.it, slowly al Jir-l.
I but gain speed until they seem, like.
, u sleeping top, to lie motionless, Ml
the time they never touch, although
there may be n score or uwr-.' whirling
at the smile lime in the ccntie oi the
Moor, never leave the s).it where tbey ,
stand, und never gel out of tune, always moving to the music. This they
continue until they fall exhausted and
nre covered  with  a clunk  until  tbey
: have  recovered.
i The ceremonies performed by ' I I
Howling Dervishes, another sect, are
quite as strange, and a gnat deal
more barbarous even than those ju<t
mentioned, but in neither case nre the
rites performed secretly; for, unlit
other Mohammedans, the Dervishes
do not object to the "Christian dog '
attending their places of worship, so
long as he remeves bis ^liois before
he enters the "tcklcii," or temple.
Round the walls of the hall, used by
the Howling Dervishes hang
of cruel-looking implements
durts, nippers, chains, pine
other weapons. These the
use to mortify their flesh when they
have worked themselves up to n stall*
of religious ecstasy and delirium.
This they do by nodding their beads
bnckwnrd nnd forward, keeping .ims
to a strange, monotonous .hunt Faster nml faster they move their heads,
higher and higher rises the music, one
by one the Dervishes leave their place
and begin to Icnp high m the uir.
nodding nil the time. Kettledrums
nre beaten, the chanting becomes
louder. The Dervishes form n chain,
placing their bunds on each other's
shoulders,   then   stop  cue   pace  back-
; ward and one forward with a tenrifid
: simultaneous  lurch, emitting  a  long-
i drawn howl, like the . ry ol <cmj
wounded animal.
I     The excitement is  intense, ard the
! Dervishes, foaming at, the mouth, begin to wound themselves with variorn
implements from the walls. They handle red-hot irons, fill their mouth"
with burning charcoal, drive a spika
right through one cheek and out the
other side, and leave it there while
they continue to nod and howl. They
perform a sort of wild dance with a
pointed dart in- each hand, throwing
themselves upon them, until, worn
out. they roll over, covered with blood
and foam.
all sorts
- sharp
���rs    and
devoti ��� a
it and kill off its vegetation. , ���u,urk ���
Similarly, if tho sealp is not properly j salary?1
cared for the hair stops sprouting.    |	
Each hair consists of a canal, the ! Two  Smarties. ���   '
root or matrix and the sebum  an oily      A ,      . t women
substance   which   supplies   the hair,     t     d     ,* ��� < ;, ,      d     ,
wiih   nourishment.     Under   normal   -t__fn������ rnnm '
conditions the sebum is a liquid .oil. | Bt?C|Jn��/l? get a HPat,*. sald one
In illness or if irritated or unduly
'subjected to pressure tlie sebum
thickens, coagulates and forms hard
little globules which choke up the
matrix. The hjiir is shut off from its
source of supply and withers.
It will readily be seen that a heavy
and hard hat is bound to exert a deleterious pressure. Clipping the hair
or wearing it, very short leaves the
hair at the mercy of atmospheric
conditions, of cold, lient and dust.
Tho sebum, like all oily substances,
tends to coagulate when the temperature is low, nnd while tlw>. long hair of
women affords a protection that is
ample against this condition, the
short hair of men positively invitee
destruction of the hair roots.
A meat diet increases the proportion of acids in the blood and consequently also increa.ses the acids in
the waste thrown off by the body in
the form of perspiration. This acid
perspiration is particularly harmful
to tho hair ns it stimulates unduly
the flow of the sebum, and as the
hair cannot absorb this unusual
amount of fluid placed at its command the fluid thickens around the
roots of the huir aud clogs them up.
As obese persons perspire more
freely than thin individuals, the explanation is at hand for the baldness
which invariably adds to the misery
of the fat man.
If  men  would  substitute light felt
hats for derbys in  winter and  wear
��� soft straw  instead   of   the   hard  ag
I board straw   hats   with   which   they
i adorn themselves in summer baldness
.   ! would  soon  be on the  wane   among
���*0(,��� i thorn.
to her companion. "Now, you see!"
Selecting  a  sedate   looking  gentleman, she walked up to him.
"My dear Mr. Green," she exclaimed. "How delighted I am to meet
you! You are almost a stranger. Will
I accept your seat? Well, 1 do feel
tired, 1 admit. Thank you so much!"
The man arose. "Sit down, Jane,
my girl." said he as he courteously
pointed to the vacant seat. "I don't
often see you out on a washing day.
You must feci tired, I'm sure. How't
your  mistress?"
The Scented Court.
"The scented court" was the name
by which the court of Louis XV. wi<
known throughout Europe on account
of the rage for perfume which then
prevailed in France. Tbe. expenditure
of Mme. de Pompadour for tbis one
branch of her toilet amounted to $100,-
(100 annually. It became the fashion
for the host or hostess of a great
entertainment to signalize to their
guests what particular perfume was
to be employed for scenting their
rooms on the night for which the invitations were issued, and they were
expected to use no other, so that the
delicate effect of a unity of odort
might be produced. At court a different perfume waa presented for each
day of the week.
The Fork.
It is about 1,900 years ago since the |
fork made its appearance in Europe.
In 99 A.D. a son of the doge Pielro
Orsolo had wedded in Venice the Briz-
zantine Princess Argils, who produced
at the wedding breakfast a silver fork
and gold spoon.- Then the high Venetian families followed suit, and these
martyrs to fashion pricked their lips
with the new instrument. The fork
prospered, however, and spread over
Italy. In 1579 it had traveled as far
as France, and in 1608 a traveler took
it direct to England.
Voting Terms.
"Ballot," as generally used, has
wandered far from its original meaning of "little ball." Even "blackballing" is no longer necessarily literal.
Language has several fossil relics ol
primitive methods of voting. Most
famous is "ostracism," which perpetuates the memory of tbe "ostrakon,"
the potsherd or shell upon which the
Athenian citizen voted for the banishment of a too prominent personage.
Another instance is "spondulicks,"
Ihe slang word for money. A "spon-
dulos," properly a vertebra of the
spinel came to mean any round thing
and iu particular the voting peddle
or its metal equivalent.
The   Tidet.
The tides are nothing but very long
Waves, und the manner in which they
run around the earth without the water being obliged to move very iar
may be illustrated by laying a piece
of rope on the floor and making waves
run along it from end to end. Tbe
waves go all the way, but the ropa
lies in the same place all the time.
To  Make Work a Pleasure.
Mothers, wives, make tlie home
homeable. Let Hod's air in. Start
your boys and girls, your husbands,
out fresh and clean in the morning.
Send them off with a kiss and a smile.
It makes all the difference in ths
world. You can accomplish more, and
so can they, because a body that is
fresh and ciean and wholesome and
n heart lhat is happy and glad give
physical strength and endurance, so
that work is not merely a grind, but a
pleasure.
Odor of a Dead Stymie.
George (who is putting at tie last
hole with the score "all square")���
Great  Scott,  a dead stymie I
Aunt Jane (an interested spectatot
ol the game)���There now I I thought
I noticed an unpleasant smell.���I
don Bystander. ]
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only propose to take 25 I of these. There
remain 3250 shares which will lie placed
elsewhere. It is idle to suppose that
many -will he sold locally. The bulk
will be sold outside, in Cumberland,
Victoria and Vancouver, and probably
the Pipe Company will have a large
holding.   Does anyone expect that these
outside shareholders, who have no interest at all in our city, will be content
with anything less than their fair pound
of flesh. The law allows them 30 per
cent, premium, and you may be quite
sure they will get it, every cent. Not
even if the majority of the shares were
held locally could the minority be compelled to sacrifice tlieir shares for 6 per
cent, when the Water Act gives them 30
per cent.
The Saloon Keepers
We have two quite good and respectful
members of the   class here.    They   are,
according to their lights, good   citizens.
But it is inevitable that their business of
selling alcohol brings   them into opposi-
I (ion with the better   feeling of  the com-
] lr.uuity.    The more   that their  business
flourishes  the worse for   the town.    Incorporation   to  them     means    higher
license,   more strict inspection of  their
business.    At   present, by a  weak point
in the law, they pay too low license fees.
The   amount  they pay is   calculated on
the number of people living within a
short radius from their hotel. Where as
we all know the bulk of their business
conies from the logging camps, some
distance away. In the matter of running their houses they can and do act
just as they please. There are days in
the month when the streets of Courtenay are not fit for a woman or child to
walk in, where every few yards there is
the disgusting spectacle of drunken men
trotting about the road, often using
filthy language. When we get our
municipality we will see that our wives
and children can walk our streets in
quiet and decency.
One of the most popular sentiments at
the large and representee meeting the
other night was that 'the drunks made
Courtenay' and that if it wasn't for the
two hotels there would be no Courtenay.
And 1'am afraid our two friends believe
it is true. Because they make more
money and make it more quickly than
any one else in town, they think they
have a right to run the whole show.
They tried to make a start at the meeting. I hope they were satisfied with
the result,
The Cumberland Bogey
It was amusing to see the Waterworks
Company trying to draw the Cumberland men into controversy with the
Courtenay people at the meeting. Cumberland was not to be drawn. They
weren't going to fool themselves just to
please that crowd.
Why is Cumberland so hard up.
There are several minor reasons. But
there is one great big reason which
stares you in the face and puts all the
others in the shade. And that is as you
know, the fact that the water and light
are in private hands, the citizens of
Cumberland are taxed twice over, but
the larger share of the taxes never goes
to the municipal coffers, If the citizens
of Cumberland owned their own water
and light they would not have to pay
one cent of direct taxation at all! The
whole expenses of the city, school and
tax could be met out of the profit of
these two companies!
When the Courtenay Waterworka
Company try to scare you with the Cumberland Bogey they must think you
fools,
The High Taxation Bogey
It is a common thing to hear the opponents of incorporation talk as though
an exhorbitant and crippling rate of taxation was an inevitable and fatal doom
that must needs fall on any city rash
enough lo incorporate. That the taxes
wtll jump sky high and that future settlers will avoid the place as if plague
stricken. This is just bunkum. The
rate of taxation and the amount you borrow is in your own hands. If you want
to blossom out into cement sidewalks and
wood paved stieets, parks and street cars
you must expect to pay for them, but if
you remain as you are, sensible and level
headed you can keep your .taxes at a low
rate, aud only cairy out improvements
which you feel you can afford.
In conclusion let me repeat that if it
had not been for the action of the waterworks company we should have been
content to wait another year before incorporating.   But at the same time there is
NOW OPEN
Courtenay Bakery
Homemade Bread_
Biscuits, Pies,
Cakes  and
Shortbread
Wedding Cakes Made to
Order
W. AITKEN, Prop.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Andrew Byron Crawford, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that all debts
due the above mentioned Estate must be
paid forthwith. Payment of such debts
must be made at the office of the Acadia
Trust Company Umited at Courtenay
B. C.
ACADIA TRUST CO. I/td.
Executors and trustees of above-mentioned estate.
BERTHA CRAWFORD,
Executrix and trustee of the above-mentioned estate.
May 14, 1913.
Notice
no doubt we can incorporate now and do
well ou it. If from want of confidence
in our future prosperity and lack of courage to tackle the task of adminstration,
we put off incorporating, we shall pav
for it dearly. For at the best we shall
have to pay 30 per cent more for our
water supply, that is $10,500, the whole
of two years reserve; at the worst we
shall lose our water altogether and find
ourselves in the unhappy position of our
neighbors Cun berland, If we are going
to run our own city ourselves, now is the
time to strike in. If you think the water-'
works company and electric light company
and the saloon-keepers had better run the
show, put yonr tail between your legs
and scuttle home.
Have a photo of your residence
taken bv the Courtenay Photo
Studio.    Prices moderate
See that your Camera Is a Kodak
or Brownie. They cost lets and
give better results than any other
kind. Sold only at Peacey's Drug
store. J
Messrs. E. 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. Cliffe
W. B, Higgins
KODAKS
Just Arrived, a Full line  of 1913  Model
Kodaks and Brownie Cameras
Prices from $2 to $20
Call and get a Catalogue, You will want
One Soon
We are the Only Store in Comov Vallty
selling Kodaks and Kodak Films
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUIELAN, Prop.
Phone*7
Union St. Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
S.A. COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE

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