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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
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THE   REVIEV,
Have You Money lo Invert,
See us; we Can M;tke You
I. rge Dividends
Island Realty Co.
VOL. 2
COURTENAY. B. C.. THURSDAY JULY 2. 1914
NO. 32
HOME
8  1-2 Acres in Courtenay
One Mile from Station; Good House and Barn,
Fronting on Two Roads; Good Fresh Water
Stream, all in good state of cultivation
This will make a lovely home for the
man' who is lucky enough to buy at
$4,500, Easy Terms
ISLAND REALTY COT
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Hardy & Biscoe
Real   Estate,   Insurance
Agents and Auctioneers
Ono Ari--  1 nt in Orchard with River Frontage,
vne Acre Lot al, cleared> price $1150f hS ^
Five Acres Three   Acres   Cleared  and   under
 . cultivation, Two-room House, Chicken House, Etc., all fenced, price $1,800; terms, $500
cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months
Phone 10
Courtenay
BUY A HOME
On Easy Terms While Prices Are Low
THREE BARGAINS
5 Room House, on Lot and Half, $1,700
4 "      "     "   "    "    "     1,400
5 "      "     " Large Lot       1,300
Well situated with good view, about five minutes
walk from Post Office. Only a moderate cash
payment required and balance at $15 per month
It's Just as Easy as Paying Rent
R. fi. Allan
Real Estate Insurance
THE
REVIEW
Give us your order for
Letterheads, Billheads,
Statements, Envelopes,
Wedding Stationery, Etc.
.   LOCAL  LINES
Chas. Callin was a Victoria, ou
Friday.
Sam Calhoun spent the week
���nd at Victoria.
The Liberal leaders are expected
to pay a visit to the Comox Valley
sometime this summer,
J. A. Martle, Inspector of Indian
Agencies for Alberta, and Mr.
G. Harvey of the Ford Motor
Co. of Victoria, tnototed up from
Victoria, and spent Sunday in town.
Mr. Martle is Mrs. Hame'fl father.
The Imperial Laundry Company
of Nanaimo have appointed Mt. J.
Gilhs their locnl representative
here. They will give a weekly
service, and guarantee careful
attention to all orders. His office
is iu the old bank building, with
the Success Dye Works.
Mr. W. W, A Haines, wife aud
four children, arrived in town on
Thursday, from Bassino, Alta..
Mr. Haines will embark in the
Real Estate business here with Mr,
H, D, Forde, who is at present on
a trip through the Prairie Provinces
selling Perez Park lots.
Dominion Day passed off very
quietly in Courtenay.   There was
no celebration here, and many of
the citizens spent the day at either
Campbell River, Powell River, or
Union Bay.   There were sporting
events   at all   three   places,   and
Courtenay Baseball team had representatives    in    both   Campbell
River ar.d Powell  River,  winning
by 8 to 3 at Campbell  River,  and
losing by 11 to 4 at Powell River.
At the latter place W.  H.  Kirkwood won the blackbird  shooting
tvent, with 18 out of 25, and  Ab
Grant won the 100 yard dash, being
by s& ;ie   misunderstanding,   dis
qualified   in   the   high    jumping
contest, although he easily cleared
the line at 6 inches higher than the
other competitors,
Mist Blanchard wishes to announce that she has moved her
dressmaking establishment into the
Perez Block on Isabel Street, and
is prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking and Ladies' tailoring, at
reasonable prices. Fit and work
guaranteed.
Fo<- Sale-Lady's and gents cycle
$to. each, also mandoline $6.
Apply A. Percival, Point Holmes,
P.O.
To Rent���75 roomed house with
basement, hot and cold water,
modern conveniences. Apply J.
R. Johnson.   Courtenay Hotel,
T, D, Hind is closing out his
Gent's Furnishings goods at 20
per cent off regular selling prices.
Some of these lines are below
manufacturers prices.
For Sale���Good quiet saddle
horse, sound in every way, very
fast, witli or without saddle and
bridle. Terms reasonable to suit
purchaser. Apply W. Sanders, box
131, Courtenay.
For Sale- Sixty-five acres in
Happy Valley, will sell 20 or 45.
Good first class soil, 500 fruit trees,
100 bearing. Good buildings.
Apply box X Review office.
Do you want cordwood or poles
cut with circular saw? If so call
up Grimsley & Hodgkinson.
Telephone 36, or enquire B. C.
Investments. Wood delivered '$4
per load.
Cumberland Steam Laundry For
Sale���Buildings, boiler, engine,
and machinery and all utensils.
Good business will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen at any time.
Price $1250.   Liberal terms.
Alex McKean left for Vancouver
on Wednesday morning.
Miss Amy Kilpatrick is home
from Braemar School, Vancouver.
Viscount and Viscountess Pigueron left for France on Wednesday morning last. They expect to
be back within six months.
Mr, A. B. Ball, of the Bay Store
has taken all our available space
this week, a persual of his announcement v_ll repay you.
Mr. Parker, of Vancouver main
office, has been appointed teller at
the Royal Bank here, in the place
of Mr. Fraser who has been transferred to Fort George.
The Imperial Laundry Company
of Nanaimo, wish to announce that
they are prepared to give good
laundry service in this district, and
respectfully solicit youi patronage.
All orders will receive careful and
prompt attention. At present work
obtained on Monday will be delivered on Saturday, but a more prompt
service will be inaugurated when
the train is in operation.
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL
COURTENAY
Private Day School for Girls and
" '      Small Boys |
Kindergarten hours from 10 to 12
Private Taition in Music,  French and
German
Half Term commences June 2
Miss M. King
Principal
Fred Woods has gone to Armstrong, B. C.
Messrs. Stanley and Wallace
Piercy arc home from Vancouver.
Mr. Ackland has returned from
his holiday trip to Vancouver aud
other coast cities.
The Courtenay Condensed Milk
Co., have purchased Mr. T. John-
sou's launch and will use her to
carry milk from Denman Island to
the condensory.
The members of St. Peter's
(Churc'i of England) Guild will
hold a garden party and sale of
work on Dr. Beadnell's lawn, on
Tuesday, July 7th. Commencing
at 2:30. Useful articles, ice cream,
home made candy and flowers.
Afternoon tea and tenuis.
Everitt Car For Hire
R.   BOWRING
at Duncan & Birch Garage
Union Uav Road
Telephone 38 COURTENAY
B. S.   Fenn begs to announce that he will
return to Courtenay at the end of July and
will   open   his   Photographic  Studio   in   the
early part of August
H.   H.   M.   BEADNELL
Courtenay Avenue is to be shortly on'ned up from
the Union Bay Road to the Station. The cheapest
and largest lots in Courtenay, SO x 120, face on
this street Prices to be raised shortly. Now is
the time to buy
Sea Frontage with Beautiful Sandy Beach
25 1-2 Acres, good land and most of it is easily
cleared, on Kye Bay, road to property.   Price for
14 days $135 per Acre.   Terms, 1-3 Cash, balance
in one and two years
Phone 24
Courtenay
WANTED!
Everybody to call and see our choice selection of
Small Groceries, Biscuits, Candies, Etc. Also Hams
and Bacon, Tobaccos and Cigars in large variety
All Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Nothing but the Best.   Pi ices Right
SHEPHERD & HORNBY
Local Delivery Telephone 40
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
Is Your House Insured?
If Not,  Why  Not?
Call or telephone for rates in reliable companies
CHAS. G. CALLIN
Telephone 42 iCOURTENAY THE REVIEW. COl_RTE_.____i Ktt
PRESIDENT
SUSPENDER
NONE-SO-EASY
The
Talisman
By I.. T. Meade
Ward,   Lock   A  Co.,   Limited
London,  Melbourne antl Toronto
(Coutluued)
Tho confusion and pouBternatlon,
the agony ol all little Barbara's
friends, can hardly 1)6 described,
They could not do enough for her, But
until her father was burled she sat
very still, hardly speaking, not mill1-
inurlng in the least, looking sadly,
sweetly patient, but, as those   who
loved her best said, juBl as though
she were miles t,.uil miles away in another world..    -s ���
That most charming Rectory in
North Devonshire, where the old Roe-
tor had lived his life und passed out
of It so suddenly, was now to be given
to another. Meanwhile, the lawyers,
Messrs. Parlies and Hunnlngley, came
down from London to be present at
lhe funeral. The Rector's cousin and
greatest friend. Dean Chance, of Ex-
ham Cathedral, came over and immediately begged of Barbara to make
her home With him. But Ihls she refused, for Sunnlngley who was also
her cousin, told her that her father
had insured his life for two thousand
pounds. This, with a little money���
about thirty pounds per annum���
which she inherited from her mother,
would give her enough to live on,
at least for the present. She thought
of Ralph, and her heart heat. Oh, how
far away he was! There were certain
addresses which might In tlio course
of time llnd bim, but he was not. with
her now, when sbe wanted him so
terribly. There was a curious obstinacy about this girl���perhaps it wns
one of ber charms, perhaps it, was
the secret of her undoubted strength
of character���but be that as it may,
sbe refused nil offers of outside help.
She would live on her little income
and take a tiny house near the beloved Rectory, and near all her
friends. Joan would come with her
and take care of her. Oh, yes, they
could manage. The lawyers said they
could safely secure her five per
cent, for her money! they said nothing with regard to legacy duty���what,
did Barbara know of such things?
.itnnlllgley and Oean Chance would
between them ;,ay the legacy duty,
antl thus she could get ,. hundred a
year on the two thousand pounds.
The Rector died In November, and
It. was a month later, almost to the
day,  when  all  these    arrangements
��� Btoua in North Devon. ]
j    Barbara  wus  only   nineteen,    and j
,..ii' looked slill younger, so petite wag
j her neat little figure, and  now and
then sonic of the old happiness used I
llu Hash Into her lovely eyes, uud the |
I glib,   who   loved   her   watched   for   it
With delight. Alargot hud Invited Bar-
' burn and also the two cluirllous. girls :
of lhe name of Avert] and Grace, to.
tea.    They   were chatting,  us  girls]
will, and ihey goi Barbara to promise j
Unit no one else should help her when j
���she  made  her giund move  from tlic[
Rector) io tire Utile collage. Suddenly,  in  tbe midst of their eager con-
vernation, a  strange and  overpowering memory visited Barbara. She re-
\ called   her   father's     living     words -
"Vmi   will find li -you   "ill obey"
The memory ol these words   came
over her wllh an overpowering sense
oT dread.   She bad only a day or two
I longer to spend ul  the Rectory,    tor
lho new Hector Wanted to gel  sell led
In before Christmas,   in the excite-
I ment and sorrow of the last month
those words und the agony on Unit
dear face and the charred remains of
a letter in the grate had more or less
passed out nt her memory, lliit iiow
she recalled theni vividly. Suddenly
jit seemed to her that even Ihe laughter of MargOt Fenwlck was inferable, that the chatter of Grace and
Avcril hurt her head. Shu rose abruptly from her seat.
"I must go, girls," she said. "1 had
forgot ten something which must be
attended lo.    I  must go."
She stooped to kiss Margol, flinging
her soft, arms round her friend's
neck. How little did either of Ihem
guess what-a long time would elapse
before,they could kiss each oth.r
again!
"If you have anything to do," said
Grace, "do let nie come and help
you. I should adore to come, and 1
am very good at putting things
straight, am 1 not, Ave?"
But Barbara said: "No; I must be
alone, und I must go at onee, at
once."
The next minute Bhe was walking
up the winding avenue, and tile girls
looked after her with disappointment
on tlieir faces.. Why had she gone
away so quickly?
"I don't, like it, I feel nervous about
her?" said Margot.
"Oh, ther. can be nothing," said
Averil, "only I wish she bad let
Grace go nnd h_p her. Grace Is so'
matter-of-fact."
GILLETTS LYE
EATS DIRT
��"om _. iHi_Q _ruu _i*li"
*ra*
powotet0
^LLETT COMPANY UJjg
-    "     TORONTO ONT.    ���"".*" -
.
Funerals In  Peru
According   to  social  usage,  women
in Peru cannot attend funeral.*, and
they do not appear at weddings unless
they are .cry Intimate friends. When
a funeral procession passes through
the streets ihe coffin is cai'led upon
| the shoulders of tile pallbearers, who
are   followed   by   an   empty     hearse
drawn by two, four or six horses, according to lhe means of Hie mourn-'
ers and their desire ror display. All I
the male members of ihe family audi
friends of tbe deceased follow on foot
wltb a ilne of empty carriages behind them, As long as ihey are _o
the presence or the dead it Is considered a proper and necessary evidence or respect to walk. After the
body has hceu committed to the
grave   those   who attend  the  funeral
are brought home lu the carriages.
were being made and Barbara's liny
future home taken, Unit the next and
most awful blow of all fell. She was
not prepared for it, tbat wus one
filing; she was weak-, too, i'rom sorrow, which made it still harder to
bear. But it fell upon her on ilio
evening of a day which she had been
spending with Margot Fenwlck at
Fenwick Chase, oue of the finest man-
And Foot. In Bad State, Inflamed
and Festered. Could Not Sleep.
Completely Cured by Cuticura
Ointment in Short Time,
Middle La Have, N. S.���"My ulster
SCAldcd tux log and loot very badly wllh i\
pan of helling water. Hint suffered very
much and her l.-g was in
ffitribCAA it I tad si ato. Tho skin was
y red ond Inflamed unci
It, festered. Bho suffered
dreadful pain. Sho scalded
It. in the evening and could
not sleep that night and
could not bear to have
any thing near it.
"Wo tried ��������� and
��� and then somo but everything seemed to make it worse and she just
screamed for pain. I told my mother about
Outlcura tlint ment and we got a box immediately and bandaged up her foot and
leg. Two applications mado quite a difference and wo kept on using It and In a
fchort tlmo her leg and foot were completely
cured."   (Signed) Miss L. Parks, May 17,
1013.
 _       . -
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Prevent dry. thin and falling hair, allay Itching and irritation, and promote the growth
and beauty of tho hair, frequent shampoos
with Cuticura -oap, assisted by occasional
dressings with Cuticura Ointment, aro usually elective when other methods fall.
Cuticura .oap and Cuticura Ointment aro
sold by druggists and dealers everywhere,
A sinKle set, 1�� often sufficient, Tqt a liberal
f__ _,_plo of each, Willi 32-p. book, send
post-card to Totter Drug _ Clicm. Corp.,
IX-pl ��, Boston, U.S.A.
W. N. U. 1002
CHAPTER II,
Perhaps,    all    things    considered,
ere was no girt in all tlie world
more loved than Barbara Chance,
This was, as her friends expressed it
becaues of her "happy face." And
yet now, on this terrible fourth of December, she was not happy, nhe was
overpowered by fear, and she had
to hide this fear at. any risk from
her dear old servant, Joan. During
the Rector's life-time Barbara had
wanted for no ordinary comforts. The
living of Worthlngton-on-Die-Hill was
a good one; there were plenty of ser-
viints, and although the Rector gave
largely to the poor, liis own house
was well appoiiilcd and well kept. On
this occasion she arrived home between five and six o'clock; old .loan
was waiting for her, for a great
many of the other servants had already been dismissed. Barbara ate
sparingly In the great dining room,
and .loan talked to her���was she not
lier nursling, ber darling, whom she.
had brought up since her mother's
death?
".loan,"   said   Barabara,   "I   have
taken  the  wee  house,  and  I  tbink
we shall bo quite happy in it.   There
i is a garden back and front, and we
(will have Michael in once a week to
I keep it in order.   Do you know, .loan,
ill. ls rather fun being a poor girl; It
will be so clever of us to contrive
and make two ends meet. My friends
think it "awful that 1 should be poor,
Joan, but. do you know, 1 am downright glad?"
"Then heaven forgive ye, my blessed lamb," said the old servant. "Ye
know not what poverty means, my
darling. It's grind, and grind, and
grind, that's what poverty is. It. lakes
the very life out of ye. Miss Barbara,
that's  what,  poverty  does."
".loan," said the girl, "1 am ashamed of you. We shall have enough,
will not enough do? You won't forsake  me.   will   you,  Joan?"
"As if 1 could forsake my nurs-
ling!"
Barbara rose from the table; she
kissed Ihe old woman and looked at
ihe clock over Ihe mantelpiece. "I
shall lie up for several hours," she
said. "I am going into"���siie dropped
her voice���"father's study. I i_ve
papers to look through there. Please
promise me, Joan, to'go to bed at the
usual time. I musi get my work done
in tlie library tonight, and I cannot he
disturbed."
Joan looked as though she wished
lo expostulate, but no one ever did
expostulate with Barbara���that little
Huge of obstinacy in her character
made it useless. Accordingly, about
an hour and a half later, the servants might have been heard going up
to their respective rooms. Joan was
the last to go. The old Kector.y was
now shut up for tlie night. When
tliij happened, Barbara rose from
where she was seated in ber father's armchair. A lire was laid in the
grate���the night was a bitterly cold
one���and Barbara struck a match and
set the paper burning, - the wood
crackling, and soon the coal caught
Oi? grateful heat and merry Unities
danced up the chimney.
\Vm!8 her father Was alive Barbara was the only person who had access to the library. It was Bhe who
dusted it and kept. It in order; ii was
n room sacred to father and daughter.
Mr. Chance received his parishioners
lu tlie parish room, which was sit-
dated quite at tbe oilier side of I be
rambling old Rectory. It was there be
gave them good counsel and all ibe
help that lay within his power. But
ll. was in tlie library he liked to sit,
and It was In this room Barbara snt
with him from iho time, seventeen
years ago, wben she was a Utile motherless child, i nt.ll she grew up.
��� She recalled that last dreadful
scene in tlie library, tlie noble and yel
stricken figure, the charred letter,
burnt lo ashes, unreadable, and the
strange, strange words which came
from tlie blue lips ln their death
agony.
"You will llnd it. You will obey.
Promise."
What was she lo find? llow was
she to obey?
She had a certain premonition
which told lier that the scene of ber
search must be in tlie room where
she was now seatetl. Whatever of
secrets the Rector bad, Barbara felt
assured that they were concealed iu
tlie library. How could she have let
a whole month pass without obeying
those words of agony? Well, at least
she would delay not a moment longer now.
(To be Continued)
WAKEFUL BABIES
. If your baby does not sleep, if he is
cross, cries a great deal and will nnt
be comforted, that is the time to give
him Baby's Own Tablets. They promote sleep���not tbe drugged unnatural kind obtained through the use
of "soothing" mixtures, hut. that refreshing natural sleep of the healthy
child. The Tablets banish all stomach
and bowel complaints���the direct
cause of crossness and sleeplessness.
Concerning theni Mrs. 10. Mcdras,
Grand Bois. Que., says: "When I began using Baby's Own Tablets baby
was so troubled with constipation he
would not sleep day or night. Now.
all this trouble lias vanished and he is
a strong healthy child." Tbe Tablets
are sold by medicine dealers or by
mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
Ont.
Miller's Worm Powders destroy
worms without any inconvenience to
tlie child, and so effectually that Ihey
puss from th,. body nnpercelvi ,1. They
ure nol ejected In Ihelr entirely, but
tne ground up nnd pass away through
tbe bowels wltb tlie    eHOrotB,    Tbey
thoroughly cleanse tho stomach and
bowels and leuvo Ihem 'n a condition
not favorable to werins, anil I here
will be no revival of the pests.
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^_5ii5W-i^^i>
"Whal can Hint, young fellow find
lo talk about for three hours every
night?"
"Oh, he has plenty to talk about.
Me has to tell Mabel he loves her. and
go over It four or Ilve thousand
limes."- Kansas City Journal.
Keep     Mlnard's    Liniment    in  the
house.
Our contributor's small friend, little Rollo, aged live, had always observed that fish was the big dish at
his home on Friday. And he had observed that the rule held In the
neighboring bouscbolds.
Recently, little Rollo was soul, out
to visit bis grandma in tbe country.
And after a day or two he missed
something.
"Grandma," said lie. "ain't it ever
Friday in tbo country?"
"What a question," she laughed.
"Of course it is. Today is Friday,
dear."
"Well," said Rollo. "It don't smell
like Friday."
A movement lias sprung up among
the lumberjacks on the coast and
islands of the Gulf <_ Georgia, B.C., to
become permanent settlers instead of
roving laborers without homes. The
government is assisting the movement by all means.
CAUSE   AND   EFFECT
Good   Digestion   Follows   Right   Food
Indigestion and the attendant discomfort s of mind and body are certain
to follow continued use of improper
food.
Those who are still young and robust, are likely to overlook the fact
that, as dropping water will wear a.
stone away at last, so will the use ot
heavy, greasy, .rich food, flrally cause
loss of appetite and indigestion.
Fortunately many are thoughtful
enough to study themselves and note
ihe principle of cause and effect in
their daily fond. A young woman
writes her experience thus:
"Sometime ago I had a lot of
trouble from indigestion, caused by
too rich food. I got so I was unable
to digest scarcely anything, and medicines seamed useless.
"A friend advised me lo try Grape-
Nuts food, praising it highly and as
a last resort, I tried it. I am thankful to say that Grape-Nuts not only
relieved me of my trouble, but built
me up and strengthened my digestive
organs so that I can now eat anything I desire. But I stick to Grape-
Nuts."
Name given by Canadian Postum
Co., Windsor. Ont. Read "The Road
to Wellville," in pkgs. "There's a
Reason."
Ever read tbe above letter? A
new one appears from time to time.
They are genuine, true and full of
human Inteerst.
Ancient "Granary of the _mplre"
' ii is difficult to Imagine, but true,
tbat us regards wheat, Britain In
early days was the Canada of the
Roman Empire, The Roinuns invested money In Ilritish land, sent
llieir agents over to look after It, and
Ihere were Holds of corn on the northern slopes of he Thames, across
he Strand and llolhorn, to Islington,
the grain of which was transported
to the imperial cily. London now occupies those ancient wheat farms.
Minard's Liniment, Lumberman's
Friend.
Kept Them All on Edge
One of the favorite devices of Lord
Nelson when ships wero cruising in
company was to signal to a given
craft that Lieut. Smith or Staff F.ugi-
neer Brown or Captain of Murines
Jones was to lake charg?, on the assumption that all his superior officers
on board bad been put out of action.
The author of "Trafalgar Refought,"
says the result was very good, for
every one therefore made a point of
trying to make himself fit to carry
ont the duty s'lould it ever he assigned tn li i in.
S100 REWARD. $100
The readers of this paper will n*
pleaB<_ to learn Unit there la at least
ono dreaded disease lhat si:lenco haa
been able to cure In all Its Maxes and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive euro now known to
tho medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh euro
ib taken Internally, acting directly upon
ihe blood and mucous surfaces of tbo
system, thereby destroying tbe foundation of the disease nnd Klving the patient strength hy building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing lis
__!*- , T _? l"'0|!>'iclors have so much
faith in Its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any rasa
tbat It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address   F,   ,T.   CHENEY   A.   CO,,   Tn-
r .���' _V ,. 0,a_ b_, a" twists, 76o.
Take Halls ramlly Pills for constiDlu
tlon. "   '
"Pat, when was you first married?"
Mike asked.
"At nineteen years it was," Pat replied, "and. begorra, I'd never marry
again so young if I should live to be
the age of Methuselah."���Boston
Transcript.
A celebrated vocalist was in a
motor car accident one day. A paper,
nfler recording the accident, said:
"We are happy to staic that he was
able *.o appear the following evening
in three pieces."���Tit-Bits.
The gain which is made al. the expense of character should be set
down as loss.- I'ulilins Syru.s
Don't Overwork the Heart
"To keep your temper is .rather t
good thing," says Dr. Strickland Goo-
dall of London. "Every time th��
heart contracts" its force would raise
a weight ot two pounds to the height
of one foot, and it does this from 74
o 140 times eovry minute.
"Running to catch a train .increases
tlie heart's work by __8 toot pounds
a minute. Ascending a staircase*
slowly increases the heart's work _j
11" foot pounds and ascending quickly hy 162 foot pounds.
"A man w'io 'is really angry increases the work of his heart by 71
foot pounds. A rest of half an homr.
daily would save in a year -19.001'
foot pounds of work on the heart."
Drives Asthma Like M_Blc���The
Immediate help from Dr. J. D. Ket��
logg's Asthma Remedy seems like
magic. Nevertheless it is only a nst-,
Ural remedy used in a natural way.
Tlie smoke or vapor, reaching the
most remote passage of tin affected1,
tubes, brushes aside the trouble ani
opens a way for fresh nlr to enter.
It is sold by dialers throughout the
land.
Some birds, like nil children, Ilk*
lo play, and Australia and New Guinea produce Ihe "bower bird,"
which builds regular playhouses.
These houses are not a part of their
nests, but are constructed usually ie
the shape of covered archways of Utile boughs two or three feet longt
eighteen inches high and nbout at
wide. They use these houses si_pl_
for their games, as if they were clubhouses. Generally these playhouser
are decorated with bright colore!
shells and feathers.
A Credit to the Name
If you already know Red Rose Tea you will
expect much of Red Rose Coffee
because of its name alone.   Nor will
it disappoint you; for it is worthy of
its name.
��TOl_t
poffej;
pours clear w
rare quality
Blended to combine
strength and rich flavor,
this fine coffee is crushed new-
roasted into small grains, and
freed from chaff and dust.
These uniform grains readily give the
true coffee flavor to a brew which
ithout any sediment. You may expect
from every tin of m
Red Rose Coffee. THE REVIEW. COURTENAY. TVC
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A popular actress was condemning
lhe flirt.
"The flirt," siie _aid. "has a good
time in the present���a good time of
i sort in the present���but what about
the future? Many a girl ia on the
ilielf today because she kept men
on the rack yesterday."���Washington
Star.
ONLY SIXTEEN,
GIRL VERY SICK
Telia How She Was Made
Well by LydiaE.Pinkham'$
Vegetable Compound.
New Orleans, La.���"I take pleasure
in writing these lines
to express my gratitude to you. I am
only 16 years old and
work in a tobacco
factory. I have
beon a very sick girl
but I have improved
wonderfully since
taking Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
.- ���I am now looking fine
nnd feeling a thousand times better."
���Hiss Amelia Jaquillard, 3961 Te-
houpitoulus St., New Orleans, La.
8t Clair, Pa.��� "My mother was
ilarmed because I was troubled with
���uppression and had pains in my back
ind side, and severe headaches. I had
pimples on my face, my complexion was
���allow, my sleep was disturbed, I had
aervous spells, was very tired and had
���o ambition. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has worked like a
:harm in my case and has regulated mo.
( worked in a mill among hundreds of
girls and have recommended your medicine to many of them."���Miss Estelia
__3UI_e, 110 Thwing St., St. Clair, Pa.
There is nothing that teaches more
than experience. Therefore, such letters from girls who have suffered and
were restored to health by Lydia E.
finkham's Vegetable Compound should
ike a lesson toothers. The same remedy
���_ within reach of all.
If you want special ad rice write to
lijMi V.. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confl-
-ontlat) I,ynn, Mass. Vour letter will
ile opened, read and answered by a
rouiau and held In strict confidence.
W. N. U. 1002
An Indian Ghost  Story
Several years ago l had a stuilio in
Mini. r<iuc.   New   Mexico,    mid    lho
walls oi' my reception rooms and office were hong with   large   i>hoti>-
graphs of Indians. Ono (lay I was
visited by six men of the Navajo tribe
who, afler muoli smoking and visit-
in.;, malle Known the real cause of
their call. Directly over my desk was
a framed portrait of one of the old
medicine men of ilirir tribe, who hail
just died. Believing that a part of
his soul was imprisoned in the i>oi ���
trail -else how could it look BO like
lilin'.'���they nsked mc If 1 would not.
deslroy it, so Unit liis spirit might be
released anil be at peace, I immediately took the print from the frame
and lore it into hits while the men
looked on with silent approval. Alter
thanking me they eaoh shook my
hand in turn and filed (inielly ont of
tho room. They did nol suspect that
there might still be In existence other
eopies of the picture or a negative.���-
Karl  Moon in  Leslie's.
POSTMISTRESS IS
QUITE WELL AGAIN
FOUND     COMPLETE       CURE       IN
DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS
Mrs.   Gray,   Who   Was   Nervom   and
Run   Down   for   Two   Years,   Tells
How She  Found  New  Health.
Tichborne,  Prontenao Co.,   Out.���
I.Special'.���Mrs.  II. Gray. tMo popular
postmistress  hero,    is    telling    her
friends of tho great benefit she hiis
received  from  Inking   Hold's  Kidney
PUIS
"For about two years,' Mrs. Gray
says, "1 wiih all run down. My sleep
was' broken and llttfreshlhg, and I
suffered from shortness ol breath imd
heart Unite rings, i tinally decided that
the Kidneys were lhe cause of my
trouble and decided lo try Dodd's Kidney PUIS. 1 took four boxes in all,
anil I feel unite strong and like myself again. 1 certainly think Dodd's
Kidney Pills are a good modlclne."
The experience of the postmistress
is similar to that of thousands of
other Canadian women. Tbey were
weak, run down, nervous and In bad
health generally. They took Dodd's
Kidney Pills and are strong and well
again.
The reason is that when the Kidneys get out of order they fail to
strain the impurities out of tbe blood
and general lassitude and weakness
ensues. The natural cure is to cure
tlip Kidneys. The experience of thousands of others tells you that Dodd's
Kidney Pills cure the Kidneys.
Terrible Scalding  Accident
ZAM-BUK   GAVE   QUICK    ItKI.IK.
Por taking the pain out of a bum
or scald thero Is nothing equal lo
Zam-Buk. Mrs. lSugeno Demers, of
Pembroke. Out., who was the victim
of a painful scalding accident, proved
Ihls. She says: "I was carrying a
boiler of steaming water from the
stove to the1 wash-tub, when suddenly
my strength failed. As the boiler
was falling in spile of my efforts, I
beard my babies cry, and lo avoid
scalding theni 1 gave Ihe vessel a
quick turn. The effect ot this was
that every drop of the boiling waler
poured over my feet and limbs,
scalding  mo  from  my  waist down.
"As soon as I saw the children
had escaped, I told my OldeBl boy lo
bring the Zam-Buk I which we always
keep iu Ibe house 1. I applied /am-
link freely, and tile pain was soon
eased. 1 continued using Zam-Buk
and in a wonderfully short time the
sores were completely healed."
Zam-Buk is equally good l'or outs,
bruises, ._/.(> ma, ulcers, piles, pimples,
etc. Price 50c per box, al all druggists and stores, or post free from
Ilie Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, ou recelpl
of price, defuse substitutes and imitations. Thero is nothing "Just as
good!"
., s S? HSiS. i.ke. ton|Every Stiff Joint Limbered,
Rheumatism Cured!
"Now   Kninee-
said   thl
Ilttlo girl's mother, "you como down.
Btalrs so no.siiy  thai  you could  In
beard all over Ibe house. Nnv. go
, come down quietl;, au I pro
perly, as a lady should do."
I .anoea retired, and in n tew mitt'
utes reentered  the parlor.
"Dill you luar me come downstairs
this time, mother?" she nsked.
"No, dear, you come down like .;
lady that time." replied ber mothei*.
"Yes." said Prances, "1 slid down
the banisters."
A lady who bad called to see Mrs.
ll. found ber Mule son, Frank, iu the
library rubbing his eyes and gaping.
"Sleepy?"  sbe Inquired.
"Um," grunted Frank.
"I suppose you usually go to bed
with the chicken.." smiled the visitor.
"No, I don't!" snapped Frank. "I
have a little bed iu my room all to
myself." - Tbe Delineator.
Minard's Liniment used by Physicians.
Th_.t Old Family  Remedy ���'Nerviline"
is   Guaranteed   for   tlie   Worst
C^scs
CURES    NtURALCIA.    BACKACHE,
LUMBAGO
It'n uuiiUbni inlay i., unnecessary,
li is .i.i we), understood and _> rend'
Ily curable that every day we have reports or old chronics Icing freed ot
their tortu_uter.
"1 can speak confidently of tho Ne_
vlline treatment, for the simple reason that it cured me," writes Albert
II. Cornelius, from Kingston. "Vou
can't Imagine how slill' and lame aud
sore' I was. Nights at a time (
couldn't sleep well. 1 followed Cie
Norvlllne directions carefully���had it
rubbed Into the soro regions four or
live (hues every day. Every rubbing
Helped to reduce the p;.iu. The swelling went down. 1 got a fair measure
of relief In a  week,    i also took two
I Ferrozoue   Tablets   with   my     meals.
| Tbey increased my appetite and spir-
For four consecutive    nights    the  its, purified ivy blood and  loned up
hotel proprietor  watched    bis    fair, _y system aenerally.
timid     guest  fill   ber  pitcher  at  the      "I   am   as   well   today   as   a     ..iaa
Sir Henry Lucy tells bow, nfter
the home rule bill rupluro, Sir William llarcourt and Sir Henry .fames
still retained unbroken au Intimate
friendship.
One day, In conversation. Lord
Morris remarked on the charm of
Ibis incident in the storm and stress
of party warfare.
"Ves," said llarcourt, softly, with
a wistful faraway look in his eye,
"we are, as you may say, brothers."
"So were Cain and Abel," said
Lord Morris.
water tap.
"Madam," he said, on tho fifth
night, "it you would ring, thin would
be done for you.
"But where is my hell?" asked tbe
lady.
"The bell is beside your bed," replied the proprietor.
"That, the bell!" she exclaimed,
"Why the boy told me that was the
tire alarm and that 1 wasn't to touch
it. on any account."
Many mothers have reason to bless
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,
because it has relieved ihe little ones
ot suffering and made them healthy.
Motorist (on country road)���I'll
give you ._5 for that picture if you
don't put another stroke lo it.
Artist���I am really very Battered
by your offer; hul it is not quite tin-
ished.
Motorist���Oh! that doesn't matter;
I just want tho canvas to mend a
busted tire with.
Shiloh\m
the  family  remedy  for   Coughs   and   Cold-
Small   dot:.    Small bottle.    Beit l__   1870.
could   be -in   Perfect   goorl   health.   1
give  Nerviline  all   the  cedit."
A large family size bottl" of Nerviline cosis on." rule, or the trial size
25c, and is useful in a hundred ills la
the family. Whether it's toothache,
earache, headache, neuralgia, lam 1
back or a. eo'd. Nerviline will cur*
just as readiiy <",." '���' will cur., rheumatism. For family use nothing equals
Nerviline.
Gets on  the   Nerves
"Don't you suppose that Noah _��� It
badly      at     seeing     everybody   els��
drowned?"
"Not after all the joshing I presume be had to endure while building
tbe  ark."���Pittsburgh  Post.
r\.e Got  it
Keiiy (sneezing) ���"At-choo!"
.lack���"Certainly!    Which fa\or do
you   prefer,   peppermint   or     wtnte_
Clerk��� Mr. Drown, l should like lo
ask l'or a "aise in my wages. I've just
been married.
Employer���Very sorry, my dear
man, but I can't, help you. Por accidents which happen t_ our employees
outside  the   factory   we  are  not   ro-J K|P(HI'���''
sponsible. -National   Monthly. |  ������
  And   You   Get  Taken   In
its   that   right.   Qharllc,   as     your      "What  Is  this  kleptomania  I  re._,|
missus 'its you wiv a llatiron?" so much about In the papers,    I. It
"Er���yus���but only with  tile blunt I catching?"
end of It."���Punch. "No;  it is takim;"
Not a Pear
Those who love to study human nature often derive as much pleasure
from watching the people who visit
picture galleries as they receive from
the pictures themselves.
Two young women were looking at
a picture in one of the art galleries
entitled "His Only Pair." The artist
has depleted a poor boy sitting up in
bed while his hard working mother
mends his on".y pair oi trousers. The
boy, although obliged lo remain in
bed while the repairs are in progress,
is contentedly eating an orange.
One ot the visitors evinced a special interest in the picture and gazed
long and earnestly at it. Then, turning to her companion, remarked:
��� "*His Only Pair." 1 don't call that
a pear at ail. It's an orange that he I
is eating."���Detroit Free Press.
PARALYSIS AND
LOCOMOTOR ATAXIA
The most dreaded   results  of  neglected   nervous  diseases���Study  this   chart   and
the symptoms   stated   here  to  learn  if you are In danger���
DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD will cure you.
To understand paralysis and
it is well to remember that every
A Standard Medicine.���Parmelee's
Vegetable PUls, compounded ot entirely vegetable stlbstancos known to
have a revivifying and salutary effect
upon the digestive organs, hav3
through years of use attained so eminent a position that Ihey rank as a
standard medicine. The ailing sliouid
remember this. Simple in their composition, they can be assimilated by
the weakest stomach and are certain
to have a healthful and agreeable effect on thf sluggish digestive organs.
A henpecked man was set lo work
by his wife to do a bit of repair
work to the porch doors. While hubby was so engaged the wife would,
from time to time, go out to see what
progress he was making.
"Is there anything you need?" asked she, ou tho second trip. The man
on the ladder gulped onee or twice,
but made no reply. Again the wife
put the question and again a gulp
was the only answer.
"Why don't you answer me?" she
demanded ominously.
The unhappy man turned mosl
apolc_e_cally and said: "But, sweetheart, my mouth is full of. screws. I
couldn't answer until I swallowed
some."
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call Jor full
name, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W.
GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day.
25c.
Crisply  Explained
New Governess���"When 1 was your
age I could answer any question in
grammar."
Gladys���"Really? But then you
had a different teacher."���Exchange.
Ask   for
other.
Minard's    end    take no
Handicapped
Dad (who has brought his son to
tbo links for the first time)���"Is It a
good lie, Harold?"
Harold (unconsciously ranking
him with the great)���"aFther, I cannot tell a good lie."���Punch.
A. ���The C_e-
Ijruni is the centra
of intelligence and
thought.
B. ��� The Cerebellum controls tbe
action of the voluntary muscled.
C���The Medulla
Oblongata.
D.���The Spinal
Cord carries nerve
force from the brain
to the nerve fibres.
E. ��� C a u d a
Equina.
F. ��� Sciatic
Nerve, the derangement cf which is
known nt sciatica
and sciatic rheumatism.
locomotor ataxia, which is paralysis of the limbs, and their causes,
movement of the body or its members is due to the contraction of
muscle, which can only take place under the influence of
nerve force. As this all-important nerve force is created
in the nerve centres of the brain and spinal cord, and
conducted along wire-like nerve fibres to the various parts
of the body, any derangement of the brain, spinal cord or
nerve fibres may result in paralysis or loss of the power of
movement.
Paralysis, then, is ths natural result
of all neglected nervous dlssasss.
If you find yourself nervous and irritable, over*
sensitive to light, sound and motion, addicted to
continual movement or tapping of the fingers,
twitching of the muscles, sudden startings and
jerkings of the limbs during sleep; if you have
nervous headaches or dyspepsia, are unable
to sleep or rest, feel downhearted and discouraged, and unfit to fight the battles of
life; if your nerves are weak and exhausted,
your blood thin and watery,  you have
every reason to fear paralysis of at least
sonic part of the body, and consequent
suffering and helplessness.
Paralysis can always be prevented,
and partial paralysis actually cured, by
the timely use of Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food. The time to begin treatment is
when any of the above-mentioned
symptoms become apparent. Thes��
are indications of a degeneration of
the nerve cells, and when nerve force
becomes exhausted, paralysis is bound'
to follow,
DR. CHASE'S
NERVE FOOD
acts on the system in an entirely different way to
ordinary medicines. It is neither a stimulant tfll
whip tired nerves to renewed activity, nor a nar��
cotic, or opiate, to deaden the nerves. On th*
contrary, it is a ftjpd cure, which forms new, re-
corpuscles in the blood and creates new nerve cells.'
Every day it is bringing back health, strength and
vitality to scores and nundreds who have become
discouraged through the failure of doctors and
other treatments to cure them. Why not get
started on the way to health at once by using thia
grcat food cine? Dr, Chase's Nerve Food, 50'
cents :i box, 0 boxes for $2.50. At all dealers, o_
EDMANSON, BATES & CO., Limitid, Toronto.
Write for booklet on "The Nerves." THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly   Newspaper,   Published   at
Courtenav, B, C.
N. II. Iloiu.N, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription $_ 80 per Year in Advance
THURSDAY, Jl'IA' 2, 1914
The Post Office
The post office matter must come
to a head at once. As pointed out
in these columns on various occasions, the 5000 appropriation was
made on condition that the people
of this place furnish a suitable site
acceptable to the government's
agent. This was done, and the
size and location of the site given
so pleased the department that Mr.
Clements had no difficulty in getting:
a much larger appropriation and a
belter building in this year,s estimates. The plans and specifications
are now being prepared, and the
work of constructing the building
will be ready to go on very shortly.
Mr. Clements is our authority
for stating that under no circumstances will the Government
purchase a site, and that unless the
people of Courtenav stop their
bickering there will be no public
building built this or any other
year.
LAZO
General Store
For Choice
Family Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
and
Hardware
OUR MOTTO
One   Price  to  All
THE LOWEST
'���The Old Countryman" is the
name of Vancouver's latest publication, the initial uumber of which
reached this office this week. It
is a weekly rev'ew of Canadian and
Old Country life and sport. In
this it should appeal to the British
Columbia public. The coast papers
pay altogether too -mich attention
to American affairs, practically no
attention being given to Canadian
or Old Country life. It is neatly
printed and illustrated and a credit
to the publishers. We bespeak the
proprietors a long life and a prosperous one.
Meeting  of the Board of Trade
tonight.
John Duncan is home from King
Edward High School, Vancouver.
The staff of the Bank of Commerce moved into their handsome
new building on Saturday last,
Regular meeting of Tsolum
Lodge No 52 will be held in Castle
Hall tonight at 8.30. Business,
Installation of officers for ensuing
term.
The Fingal came up the river on
Saturday night with a cargo of cans
and boxes for the Condensory. She
took back a cargo of condensed
milk.
Good Racing at Driving Park
On Saturday evening a large
crowd of citizens gathered at the
Race Track to witness the races
announced to take place that evening. Three events were scheduled
and although the number of horses
promised did not show up the events
were filled, and the races were
keenly contested aud exciting from
start to finish.
The first race was between
Coverts' thoroughbred stallion and
Bridges' brothers famous racer.
They got away to a beautiful start
and were neck and neck for nearly
the whole distance, Coverts finally
winning out by a length.
The second event was a trotting
race between Hogg's pacer and
Bridges' trotting mare, the heat
was won by Hogg. In the second
heat Ole Olson put in his charger
in place of Bridge's. He was very
keen and went off his feet and galloped the whole distance, the crowd
cheering him on.
The other race was between two
of Carius' livery horses and Hinne-
berg's little pony, and was a clear
race from start to finish, the pony
winning out by a scant length,
Women's Institute
At the meeting of the Women's
Institute at Duncan's last week,
Mrs. Smith, of the Valley replied
to the speeches ot the chairman
and president, welcoming the dele
gates to Cowichan. She alio read
a paper showing the necessity of
Medical Inspection in schools.
ROYSTON
"They'll Not Be Happy Till They Get There"
If you wish to please your children and
see them grow strong and healthy, buy
a waterfront lot at Roy's Beach. On
asking a seven year old of one family
located there if he was having a good
time, he quickly answered "Ubetcher,"
British Columbia Investments Ltd.
HARRY IDIENS, Manager
Campbell's
You as well
as the next
man will come round some
day to the idea of buying
ready-to-wear clothes. Most
of the best dressed men of
today are wearing them
CAMPBELL'S
CLOTHING
is the one clothing in which
wearing quality is considered
as the greatest 'point striven
for in the making
A shipment of the above now to hand.
A complete range of samples
Suits   Made-to-Measure,   style   and   fit
guaranteed
Men's Negligee miring shirts in silk and
striped cambric with collar attached and
detachable collar
Men's  White  Duck pants  and  Tennis
shoes, at popular prices
Dry Goods Department
Specials This Week
The balance of our stock of Ladies and
Misses trimmed and ready to wear hats,
at a discount of 25 to 30 per cent.
Values in White Wear
Corset covers from 25c to $1.50 each
Embroidered skirts from $1.25 to $3.00
Ladies draw, rs from 40c to $1.75 a pair
Specials in Princess slips with embroidered nainsook yokes and skirt flounceing
of Torchon lace and insertion
Embroideries
Swiss   embroidery   edging,   widths  to
2 to 4 inches with insertion to match at
10c per yard
Novelty designs in nainsook embroidery
from 25c to 40c per yard
Corset cover embroidery at 25, 30 and
50c per yard
Allover flouncing and skirting embroidery at popular prices
.ace Curtains and towels and towelling
at manufacturers prices
Ready-to-wear Goods
House dresses and wrappers, childrens
and misses dresses aud pinafores, childs
rompers, ladies white lawn aprons with
bibs, tea aprons, kitchen aprons, blouses
and shirt waists
Ladies,  Misses and  childrens summer
undervests
Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
Store, Offices and Suite of
Rooms To Let
We wish to announce that we have
leased the Calhoun Block, situated
on the main street, next The Royal
Bank of Canada
This block contains two good stores with one suite
of rooms aud a number of offices and are tlie best in
Courtenay as they are all plastered, well lighted
and ventilated and steam heated throughout with hot
and cold water, baths, etc. One store will be occupied by the undersigned, the rest for rent
For particulars apply to
Loggie Bros.       Phone 34
The  Corner  Store, Sandwick
First Class Groceries, Boot-, Shoes,
Dry Goods, Hardware, Etc.
As in the past year we are always ready to attend
promptly to your order whether it be small or large
Call and see us or ring up
Telephone   4
Parkin Bros.
Proprietors
ANNOUNCEMENT
MR. W. A. HAMES, formerly of Bassano, Alta.,
has become associated with Mr. H. D. Forde,
of Courtenay, the firm to be known as Forde &
Hames.   Mr. Hames is an experienced insurance
man and conveyancer,  and  will   have  personal
charge of the office end of the business.
Any business entrusted to this firm will be given
the closest attention.
FORDE \& HAMES
General Real  Estate
and Insurance Agents
PEREZ BLOCK COURTENAY, B. C.
COMOX
While  walking  by  the    Comox
Sawmill last week,
I heard a hearty voice singing the
following,
First we had some cabbage,
Then we had some jam,
Lambs frys,  and Camels humps,
and everything thats grand,
Highly flavored suckling pigs,  all
toasted nice and brown,
The tea was made with canned
milk.
Which stuck when halfway down.
Steak too, and onions went floating
round the dish,
Salmon and  Halibut,   and other
kinds of fish,
The sauce was made of skid grease,
The steak was tough and old,
The gravy it was flavored   with
some Comox Sawmill oil.
Heard in Main St. Comox.
' 'What a pity all the nice young
fellows have left for the lumber
camps,_I guess _we_shall_have to
fall back on all the old married
stiffs now I"   Benedicts beware!
Hot Baths
By causing the blood to circulate
more freely and dilating the vessels
on the surface, hot baths relieve
the congestion in the muscles and
Internal organs. In this way they
promote the elimination of tha
waste products which cause tiredness, fatigue, and most of the other
aches a id pains from which humanity is liable to sufftr. It is not
necessary to wait untill bedtime
before having a hot bath. Its
most beneficial effects can be obtained by taking it in the evening
on returning from work. It is
then that it is most refreshing and
if made use of at this time of day
will enable many a man who has
become fagged out to spend an
enjoyable evening when otherwise
he would be sitting down too tired
to read or take part in any amusement.
It is a pity that Carrie Nation
died so soon. She would bt a heroine to the Grits ia Ontario these
days. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
a
THE BAY STORE
On and after the First of July our prices
will be the same as in town for cash
plus the freight
A   FEW  OF  OUR  REGULAR   LINES
Sugar, B. C. not Chinese, 100 lbs., $5.00
50  "     2.65
" 20 lbs., not 18s, 1.10
Flour, any kind, Robin Hood,
Standard, Household, Five Roses,
Snowflake Pastry, 49 lbs. $1.75
Hams       -        -       -        23c
Bacon
Lard, 3 lbs.
U       g     a
"   10   "
25c
50c
75c
$1.45
Rolled Oats, Iris Brand, sack, 35c
Canadian Wheat Flakes, 3 for $1
Corn Flakes and Malta Vita, 9 for $1
Sunlight Soap, per box - $4.50
Canned Corn, Peas, Beans and
Tomatoes       -      -       9 for $1
B. C. Cream
9 for $1
St. Charles Cream, per tin, 10c
Princess Regal Salmon, per can, 15c
Christie Sodas, 3 tins for 95c
Our special blend of Tea packed
under our own name, 5 lb.
wood boxes        -       -       $1.65
These prices are spot cash at store, extra charge (or delivery and booking
We take Fruit, Vegetables,
Eggs and Butter in exchange
Give   us   your   $5   or   $50
order and have satisfaction
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f-
The Bay Store, Comox     A. B. Ball, Prop. THE G0URTENA7 REVIEW
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PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation      Cuslne Rxoelleu
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BUST WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
For Sale Cheap
3 Second Hand Marine Engines. Also some used motor
hull, row boats, skiffs, etc.
Batteries and Marine
Supplies kept in stock
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
C. E. Tildesley
De    \*>*    L.    Do
m
SURVEYS, DRAUGHTING
DESCRIPTIONS for DEEDS
Apply at
Riverside Hotel,    Courtenay
Express and
Dray Stables
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTENAY
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Mealt North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquor* and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
Palaee Livepy
&Feed Stable
H��r_ss and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
We also, attend to wood hauling
JAS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Courtenay Phone 25
PERCY   VVINCN
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY,  B.C.
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfittlng
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courtenav
BUSINESS CHANGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that the husi-
uess hereto carried mi l>y A. II. I'encey.
in the Town ol Courteuay, as a General
DruifgUt, lias this il'iy beeu taken over
by the undersigned,  to whom all debts
are to he paid forthwith,
W. G, ROBERTSON.
Dated at Courtenay this 1st day of June,
1914.
NOTICE
In the goods of John Edwards Masson,
late of Courtenry, B. C, deceased
Notice is hereby given that all debts
due to the estate of the above deceased
must he paid to the undersigned at ouce,
and all persons having claims against
the said estate must furnish full particulars of such claim forthwith.
C. G. CAM.IN,
Executor.
Dated at Courteuay, June 3, 1914.
CLINTON S. WOOD
Electrical Engineer and Contractor
Complete Electrical Equipments promptly installed. Electric Wiring and Installation of all kinds of Electrical Work
Isolated   .ighting Plants a Specialty
Box 195      Phone F95      Courtenay
PLUMBING
FOR
Power
&Hand
Pumping
Installation
S. A. COTTON
Gasoline Engines Repaired & Overhauled
BOX 124, PHONE
COURTENAY
BOAT YARD
and MARINE WAY
Builders of
LAUNCHES and ROW BOATS
Oars and Paddles
made to order
Accessories for Motor Boats
District  Agent  for   FerrcJ
Honest Clay and Foos Engines
Patronize Home Industry
E. FLETCHER
Boat Builder Courtenay
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Fine Showing ol   Horse  Blankets,   I,ap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly j
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
R. N.  Fitzgerald
Contractor and Builder
Plans  and   Estimates Furnished,
First   Class   Workmanship and
Materials Guaranteed
Established Resident of Courtenay
Mft0*0*0*^**f**s*m**
COURTENAY, B. C.
An Ad. in The Review Pays
GRANTHAM
A most enjoyable day was spent
at Grantham last Friday( when a
large number of the residents of
that district gathered at the sehool
for the closing exercises and to say
(good by_) to the old building
which has done such good service
as school house since the year i88t.
We noticed one lady In the gathering, now a proud grandmother of
three, who was one of the pupils to
answer the first roll call at Grantham school. The closing exercises
also a program of twenty-two pieces
went oo to the satisfaction of all
pres.'lit, the children's spelling contest being much appreciated, The
Rolls of Honour were won by Elsie
Herkinstock, for deportment; John
Wingar, for proficiency, and Howard Janes for regularity, Mr. F.
H. Janes, after presenting the rolls
of honor, led with three hearty
cheers for the teacher (. Miss Gibson)
and the old school. This part of
the days work being closed by singing the National Anthem, led by
Victor Berkeostock with his mouth
organ. At the request of a number of the parents of the pupils,
Miss Gibson will remain another
year at Grantham The following
list of sports which was ably conducted by Mr. ]. Blackburn assisted
by a committee was keenly contested by the children, and watched
with interest by the spectators.
School race, handicap, open to
school. ist John Winger, 2nd
Madeline Swan.
Girls skipping contest, ist Elsie
Berkenstock 289, 2nd Tince Davidson 230.
Boys rock race. 1st Clifford
Janes, 2nd Robt. Ball.
Childrens race. 10 years and
under, ist Madeline Swan, 2nd
Hannah Wingar,
Girls thread and needle race, ist
Madeline Swan, 2nd Tince Davidson.
Boys sack race, ist Robt. Ball,
2nd Clifford Janes.
Boys tug of war.  Prizes divided.
Girls tug of war. Prizes divided.
Tug of war, married and single
men.   Single men won.
We were sorry for the married
men in this event when we saw
!._ vSaudy Ledingham sitting on
the end of the rope as anchor mail
for the single men, good cash prizes
were given to the children. An
unlimited supply of refreshments
were kindly supplied by the ladies
at frequent intervals, on the whole
everybody seemed to think that
the last school closing of the old
school had been the best in its
history.
and sports wete indulged in till
half an hour after midnight, when,
after wishing Miss Spencer all
happiness and prosperity, the guests
dissembled, each happy in that he
or she had added one more happy
day to his or her life, but especially
to him with the dark curly locks
who had been specially singled out
to receive the imprint of the lady
of honor's lips upon his manly
cheek as a result of forfeits which
demanded of her to smile on the
wittiest, bow to the prettiest and
kiss the one she loved Jthe best.
God bless them both.
SEA .BD TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for
Public Building, New Hazelton, II. C,"
will be received at this office until 4.nn
1'. M., on Wednesday, July I.S, 1914, lor
the construction of a Public Building
at New Hazelton, B, C,
Plans, specification and form of eon-
traet can lie seen ami forms of tender
obtained at the office of Mr. Win,
Henderson, Resident Architect, Victoria,
B. C.,.at the Post Office, New Hazel-
ton, B. C, nt the office of the District
Engineer, Department of Public Works,
Canada, Priiice Rupert, It. C, and at
this Department,
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made oil the printed forms supplied, and
signed with their actual signatures,
stating the nature of their occupations
and places of residence. In the ease of
firms, the actual signature, the nature
of the occupation aud place of residence
of the firm must he given.
Each tender must be accompanied by
an accepted cheque on a chartered bank,
payable to the order of the Honourable
the Minister of Public Works, equal to
ten per cent. (10 p. c.) of the amount of
j the tender, which will be forfeited if
I the perso ntendering decline to enter
i into acontractwhen called upon to do so,
J or fail to complete the work contracted
I for. If the tender be not accepted the
: Cheque will be returned.
The Department does not  bind  itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
R. C. DESROCHERS,
��� Secretary
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, June, 16, 1914,
Newspapers will not be  paid  for  this
advertisement if they  insert  it  without
authority of the Department.���53124.
HEADQUARTERS
June 24, 1914.
Amongst the interesting events
at Headuarters during the past
week, not the least exciting was
the gathering of a patty of bachelors (boys and girls) to Miss
Spencer's tent in view of that
lady's pending departure for England.
Miss Spencer has been teacher at
the Headquarters school since the
beginning of the year, during which
time she has endeared herself to the
children, the children's parents and
without exception to thote big boys
who have neither chick nor child
to bless thein in their loneliness in
the woods. Assiduous in her
duties as a teacher she has taken
great pains iu incalculating those
precepts and examples so necessary
with the rising generation, upon
the minds of her pupils.
First aud foremost in all sports
whether indoors or outdoors, from
the innocent game of forfeits, with
its attendant pleasant punishments
to the equally enjoyable if more
arduouspastitne of excursions to the
wilds of Wolfe Lake for picnics,
fishing and paddling, she has been
a leader, and it was only fitting
that her early departure should be
heralded by such a gathering as
there was last evening.
It was soon evident that her tented residence would not hold all
the visitors and while Jthe tight
squeezing of these bachelor boys
and giris in a 12 _ 16 tent had its
advantage of bringing them ail very
close together they decided to take
the school house by storm and
finish their evenings' amusement
therein.
Dancing, singing, speach making
RESTMORE
HOTEL
COURTENAY   -   B.C.
The Most Home-Like Hotel North
of Victoria
Best of Attention Given to Guests
Rates Reasonable
Faber & Faber, Props.
Tel .phone 35
DR. J. E. MONTGOMERY
PHYSICIAN
and SURGEON
Telephone M 92     COMOX, B. C.
F.  PIKE
Plastering Contractor
The Dyke COURTENAY
'. tinintes Furnished   Work Guaranteed
In North and South, in East
and West,
Aston'sHandmadeShoes will
stan .1 the Test.
J- E- ASTON
GO WITH THE BUNCWfO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
 ������������  U	
NEW   ENGLAND   HOTEL
CUMDKRI.ANI)
Bar supplied with the finest brands of
Liquors and Cigars   .
JOS. WALKER       -      -      Proprietor
 �����Ll   s__
Leroy S. Cokely
Dominion and B. C.
Land Surveyor
Office in Capt. Beadnell's BuildinR  "
COURTENAY      .      B.C.
OPENING
Of Tailoring and Gents' Furtliiiinf
Store in premises lately ocofyied
by J. Young, Photographer
Suits made to order $22.00, tip
Pants made to order 5.50 up
Overcoats made to order 17.50 up
A nice line of Gents' Furnishfftji, Underwear, Overshirts, Socks, Suspenders,
Overalls, Etc. come and see the Silk
aud Wool mixed Underwear, the best In
the market j ���
T. D. HIND        .        Prop.
I
Wood!_Woiid!
Price $4.50 per load
or cord delivered
Price $3.25 per load
in the bush
D. CUDMORE ��� Courtenay
I
Try an Ad. in The Review
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
IMOMMWWMAMMMf
GEORGE    .  LEIGHTON
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder COURTENAY
DR. WILLIAMS'
Fly and Insect Destroyer
This preparation is guaranteed to protect horse*
and cattle from fly and insect pests and to destroy vermin. While being perfectly harmless it
acts as a Grand Disinfectant and is easily applied.
Once used, always used
14 gallon tin 60c      1-2 gallon tin 90c      1 gallon tin $1.50
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY    ,    and     -     CUMBERLAND m
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., L I... .. D.C.L., Prntdent
ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD, Am. General
CAPITAL $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS
Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 and
Upwards, Careful attention is (,'iven to every account. Small accounts
are welcomed.    Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.
Account- may be opened in the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be mode by any one ol" them or hy the survivor. 821
W. S. LONGHURST, Acting Manager, Cm irfenay and Comox Branches
Comox branch open oil Tuesdays, from 11 to t,
WANTED 1
Property in the vicinity of Comox to
exchange for a lot on Hillside Ave,
City of Victoria, value about $3,500
Hicks Beach & Field
NOTARIES PUB MC
COURT .NAY, II. C,
Athletic C!ub Meeting
The Athletic Association held a
meeting on Friday evening after
the ball game. There was a. f.iir
attendance. Fourteen new :; e libers were added to the roll. The
financial statement showed that
$254 had beeu collected, nearly all
of which had been expended iu
leveling the grounds, building a
club house and fencing.
The bylaw committee brought in
a copy of bylaws for the club, which
were read and adopted.
After the ist of July all persons
usin? the grounds must be members
of the Association, .school boys excepted. This is only right, as the
Association have gone to a great
deal of trouble and expense in order
to provide suitable sporting
grouuds.
After the association adjourned,
a meeting of the basebail.Club was
held. They decided to join the
Association, and handed over all
paraphenelia to the Association.
The Football and lacrosse Clubs
are expected to do likewise, and
in the future all sporting events
will be under Association auspices.
Summer Boat Schedule
Tuesday, Cowichan arrives at
8.15, leaves at ii, Charmer arrives
at 6, leaves at 7.15 Wednesday
morning.
Thursday, Charmer arrives at 6,
leaves at 7 15 Friday morning,
Sautrday, Charmer arrives at
7 p. in., leaves at 11. p. m.
Sunday, Cowichan arrives at
8.15 a, m., leaves at 4p. m.
United States Navy's Wet
Days Draw to a Close
Washington, June 25.���Speculation  as to the grace with which
oTicers will accept Secretary Danie's
order banishing intoxicants from
1 Uncle Sam's navy to a close    The
j order becomes   effective   July  1.
I Thereafter no   officers  may have
I liquor on shipboard or on any naval
i reservation.
i "All orders are to be reasonably
1 interpeted," said Secretary Daniels
I to-day, when asked what was to be
done with liquor which happened
to be on ship when day breaks
next Wednesday. The secretary
added that he did not expect his
officers to feed the goods to Neptune, Vessels on foreign service
will be given a reasonable time to
disembark their tabooed cargoes.
Baseball Not Good for Girls
San Francisco, Juiu 19.���Playing baseball in public by young
girls is bad for their morals, bad
for them physically and bad for
the crowds of male spectators,
according to Mrs. J. C. Levy,
past president, and Miss Frederica
Meyerstein, secretary of the San
Francisco Juvenile Protective
Association, They have entered"
a protest against a team of girls
being permitted to contest against
a team of men on the city's recreation grounds in connection
with tbe Panama-Pacifie Exposition
next year,
One thousand tourists will leave
more money in B. C, than a million bohunks.
HATS!
Our second shipment of Gentlemen's
Straw, Panama and Felt Hats for
this season are just to hand
Genuine Panama Hats from $6.50 Up
SEE OUR WINDOW
W. G. McKEAN
PHONE 6 COURTENAY
A Dollar
taken out of this town
says goodbye for ever,
while one spent at home simply says "Till we meet again"
After reading the above remember McPhee __ Morrison arc prepaired with a full line of merchandise
of every description, including Groceries, Flour and
Feed, Fruit, Vegetables, Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
Stationery, Ladies' and Gents' Dry Goods, Etc., and
the   prices  are   right
McPHEE & MORRISON
JOSEPH McPHEE, Manager
Phone 1
COURTENAY
WATER NOTICE
APPLICATION for a License to take and
use Water will be mnde under the
"Water Act" of British Columbia as
follows:���!. The name of the applicant
is Denman Island St ine Co., Limited,
2. The address of the applicant is Vancouver, II. C. care of Terminal Lumber
Co. 3. The name is Beaver Dam Lake.
The stream has its source In Section 17,
Denman Island, flows in a northerly
direction, and empties into the sea about
the middle of lhe Island on the east side.
4. The water i.s to be diverted from the
lake on the west side, about t'le middle
of lake. 5. The purpose for which the
the water will be used for is steam boilers and stone saws. 6. The land on
which the water is to be used is described
as follows:���South 1-2, N. K. 1-4. Sec.
18, Denman Island, B. C. 7. Thequan-
tity of water applied for is as follows :
8,000 gallons per day. The quantity of
waler to be stored is 7,000 gallons. 8.
This notice was posted on tne ground on
the 25th day of May, 1914. 9. A copy
of this notice a'ld au applicatien pursuant
thereto and to the requirements of the
"Water Act" will be filed in the office
of the Water Recorder at Nanaimo, B.
C. Objections may be filed with the
said Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
Dbnman Ismnd Stonb Co., Limited,
Applicant
S. J. Dumaresq,
Agent
To Bake
or
Not to Bake?
The former is really unnecessary when Bread from the
Courtenay Bakery is available
andby reason of quality has so
many votaries. Get the A B
habit and satisfaction
W. Aitken
Prop.
Opposite new Presbyterian Church
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.    Sunday School
and Bible Class 3p.m.
Courtenay
Sunday School and Bible Class
10:30 a. m.   Service 11:30.   Evening service 7:30 p. m. All welcome.
Comox Co-Operative Society
Dealers in all kinds of Meats,
Butter, E^'gs and Farmer's
Produce, Cooked Meats _
Specialty. We te!! only the
best. Prices are always low
and satisfactory; We pay
best prices for produce
Phone Nx
Courtenay
MRS. A B. CRAWFORD
Timothy, Clover and Farm Seeds
at greatly reduced prices for
the next two weeks
Phone Y91 and your order will be filled at once
Only an Expert Watchmaker can detect a RE LIABLE watcli at ag \ance
Time will prove that Charles Simms sells only RELIABLE watches
Before buying from Catalogues call and inspect his Waltham and
Elgin Watches
He has a reputation to lose and recommends only the best and most
suitable to purchaser
CHARLES SIMMS
The Courtenay Jewelry Store COURTENAY
���c. p. dundas
Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public
P. 0. Box 209
Phone 24 Courtenay
Local Lines
Mr. A. Stewart, of Vancouver,
was a visitor at Colin Campbell's
on Tuesday.
A couple of logs fell off a train
at the crossing here this morning
another fell off at Kilpatrick's mill
and knocked the flume down.
Luckily no one was hurt,
A carload of logs got loose at
Camp 5 yesterday and passed
througb here at about 30 miles an
hour, with an engine chasing it.
The runaway was caught near the
booming grounns.
District and General
Oil, oil, oil, everywhere and not
a drop to burn,
There is many a collision with
the ships that pass in the night.
The popular pastime with many
people these days is crossing bridges
before they reach them.
Up to date it has been found impossible to prevent the birds from
singing on Sundays in Toronto.
The Liberal candidates in Ontario are laboring under a disadvantage. Consistently they cannot
buy booze for voters, and few vote,
can be speared with red pop.
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Embalmers
Night or Day Calls 'Promptly
Attended
Phone 27
Courtenay
ICE CREAM
Soft Drinks
Swan's Pool Room
E. SWAN, Prop. THE REVIEW. COURTENAY. B.C.
MM
MMMMMiMM
Don't Persecute
your Bowels
Cut out cathartic* ami purgatives.   They ar*
brut_l-h_rnh-uanecrssary. Try
CARTER'S LITTLE
UVER PILLS
Purely vegetable. Ac
sreutly on tlieliver,
eliminate bile,and
tooth _ thtd ._���
. at-tnriuln _|,o
oftho bowel.
Care Can-
slipation.
Bilious*
nets,
Skk Headache and Indigestion, at mf/_i>nt
Small Pill, Small Do��e, Small Prica ���
Genuine must beu Signature
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tfrK'S
POTTED
MEATS
The
child's
delight
The
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An Indian Gho_ Story
Several years ago 1 liad a studio in
Mbuerqne,' New Mexico, and the
walls ot my reception rooms and ofiice were iiung witli large photographs or Indians,   one 'lay i was
visited by six men of tlie Navajo tribe
who, after much smoking and visiting, made known the real cause of
their call. Directly over my desk was
a framed  portrait  of one of the old
medicine men of their i i-H>o, who had
just died, th lieving that a part of
his soul was imprisoned in tlie por-
trail    else bow could  it look BO like
film? iliey naked me if I would not
destroy it, so that his spirit might be
released and he at pence, I Immediately look the print Irom lhe fra.no
and lore it inlo bits while the men
looked on with silent approval. After
thanking me ihey each shook my
hand in turn I ml llleil quietly oul. ot
the room. They did not suspect that
there might slill be- in evlsleiiee other
ipies or the picture m- a negative.���
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FOR SUFFERERS
FROM PARALYSIS
Lighthouse Bird Perches
Bird perches on lighthouses will
soon be pul to the teal as a device l'or
saving the. lives or hundred! of birds
who, in the ordinary way, would per-
IbIi on striking lhe lenses of lho
powerful   lights   during   their   lligbia .
in England tor lhe summer.   Recent I
observatloni has led to   the   belief
that the birds are 1101 killed as a rule
daening against the light, but by
sheer weariness. The lighthouses
probably islurh Ihe instinct of Ihe
birds tor direction, if the High I Is
made in one dash Ihey keep the sense
of direction Intact, if they slop and
circle around the Ugh I Ihey become
temporarily dazed.
TJie Royal Society for lhe Preservation of llirds is Interested lu this
scheme, nnd It Is hoped to make bird
porches  a   permanent   equlpmotii  or
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There at") eases of paralyslr that
cannot bo cured. Hut that ls far
different I'rom saying that every case
of paralysis is Incurable. There is
absolute proof that many forms of
this disease are curable. Of the cases
that cannot, be cured many can be so
benefitted lhat Ihe formerly hopeless
sufferer will once more llnd life worth
living.
Atter.lion ls called to the remarkable cures that have been effected la
ease of partial disorders, hy the use
of Or. Williams' Pink l'ills for Pale
People. Some of these cures arc so
wonderful as to challenge belief, but
In every case the statements have
been carefully vetified and may be
investigated ' by anyone interested.
In this connection the case of Miss
B. -lillehan, of SI,. John, N.n., is
worthy of the most careful attention. "Miss Mllleliun r.rys: "Some
three years ago 1 was taken seriously ill with diphtheria. Tbe doctors
brought mc safely through this dreaded trouble, and I W'as assumed 'to be
well. But two weeks later I took a
relapse, my ttroat and limbs becoming paralyzed. 1 could neither speak
nor walk. I was under the best of
medical care, and after a few weeks
was able to sit up in bed, but my
throat, was still completely paralyzed
and I could only utter unintelligible
sounds. I was treated by three of St.
John's best physicians, for litis
trouble and my <ase was given up as
hopeless. A friend asked me to try
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, but I had
spent so much on medicine without
help that 1 thought it world be only
a further waste of money. However, 1
felt myself growing daily weaker and
weaker, and I decided as a last
chance that I would try the Pills. Ily
tbe time T had taken half a dozen
boxes I could walk across tbe floor,
something doctors had told me could
never happen again. I still continued taking the pills, my speocli returned, and I felt myself In perfect health.
My friends thought my restoration nothing short of a miracle, and I think
mvseif that. T "nave to thank Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that I am living today, and I feel .confident they can do
quite as much for others as they did
for nie." ���
Dr. Williams'. Fink Pills effect
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Nothing Is unite so much beneath
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before giving them a lighting chance
Oil lhe wing.
A hunter Of this type was in the
field with another man who was out
for Ills Unit hunt. Scon a nuail was
discovered running in t'je road ahead
of them.
"Don't shoot il on the run," the1
sportsman called, rather harshly. I
when he saw lhe other raise his gun
"1 won't i'.l wait till it slops."���
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The originator was hlmse'i surprised I
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everyone with it thai  I'  is  piized as
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A Shell Game
"Cenovleve, i notice you    like lo*
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Fish slories are supposed- to be
unique as stretchers of the itmutina-
linn, but none beats the story told by
a recent Brit sk visitor at Washing
ton.
It seems thnt one of his acqumit-
ances, a traveller of Home note, had
sold a small farm to an Irishman, and
the latter was complaining oceans i
there were no birds In his garden.
"Set somo traps," suggested the
traveller, "and Ihey will come."
'Sure, an' will they come thir.''"
"Yes. I was in Africa, and there
wasn't a woman, I had been told.
within 2(H) miles. 1 wanted some
one to cook, so I hung a pair of earrings and a bracelet on a tree and the
next lr.ornlng found live applicants
under the branches."���New York Tribune.
Belle (slylyI���I noticed a perceptible coldness between George and
Maria this evening as thoy sat at a
table in the tea room.
Nell (hopefully)���Was it a quarrel?
Belle���Oh, no. It. was a pink ice
cream.���Baltimore American.
She���Is there any difference bs-
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"I'm sor.-y. miss," replied the man,
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"What is this kleptomania I read
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"Aren't some ot tlie hats women
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DAIRY INS7RUCTI0N IN SASK.
Lantern Slides a Medium In Dairying
Lessons���W.  A. Wilson  Holds
52 Meetings
A complete series of dairy meetings
have beau recently completed i�� Saskatchewan, which have U_u of great
Interest ar.d value to the farmer* Ar-
t'angeoieoto    were    undo    with    the
I Grand Trunk  Paelflo and   Canadian
is I'acifle railway companies tor a first
of'class passenger coacli and accomnio-
J elation for two speakers.   These two
| coaches were lit ted up under the di
lation, New Schools Being Opened rect|on of ,ia,,.y i���.iim.|,, department
Evry  Week o( the  Year. I uf  agriculture.  Regina,  and   provided
The bcIioo! attendance
lb set loilli iu a
published hy
In
Canada  with   lanterns   and   some   eighty   Ian
BtatlBllcal work just tern slides, illustrating rarlou_ tea-
the census branch and lures of dairying iih conducted In tlie
liasod upon tho i��sl census, Thu to-1 province and the work thai was being
ini' population between the ".��'.'._.._.' i ,l",l.e .'.�� Pr��JP?ta n"' latJuBti"-. Repre-
th and twenty years was
ef which number
lending school ii
185.
1S6,
on-
at-
school
2,148,000,
1,124,800 were al-
1910, The percentage is 52.51. or the ic.tiil 001.884
were Canadians, 58,115
7 .ir>i foreign horn, in
provinces the highest percentage ot
Attendance between 7 and 14 years
was In I'i Iuen Kdward Inland with
84.U0 per cent., closely followed by
Ontario with 84.27 per cent,; Nova
Bcotla with 82.86 per cent.; Quebec
with 80.pi! per cent., nud New Brunswick 80.05 pel cent. In the. west,
BrltlBh Columbia led with 7r>.:t:i per
cent.; Manitoba second wllh 74.(14 per
cent.; Saskatchewan, 88,71, and Albertii, 02,88,
In iimi Prince Edward island Iind a
school for the 190 of the total population, Nova Scotia one for every
New  Brunswick one    for    evegy
Quebec  one  for  every  200, and
tario one for every 1176.
Quebec und Ontario show the gr
est percentage of children between
and 14 years of age attending
for more than   six moirihs,   it being
78.47 per cent, of the total number In
Quebec and 74.411 per cent. In Ontario.
In  the  Maritime  provinces,  the  percentage ranges from 02 to 67 and in
the west from 411 to 01.
Conditions In the West
The bulletin referring more particularly to Ihe west says: "The western
provinces being the liiceea of the immigrant and the bachelor homesteader from the eastern provinces, have
to face the conditions which are incident to the opening up of settlement In a new country and therefore
cannot be adversely compared as regards school attendance with older
provinces of Canada, where conditions nre stable. There are many
things which render II. difficult for
the settler, whether immigrant or
Canadian born, to procure a working
education for his children���the principal of which are, for tlie Immigrant,
If a foreign lack of knowledge of our
language, and for all classes, if homesteaders, that they have to take up
land and make homes beyond the
point where municipal organizations
exist and which have unwillingly, for
some years to deny their children an
absolute necessity of- a
school education.
"That, lhe western provinces
not been remiss in their duty in providing    means of education  for the
multitudes, which flock to I heir cities
and spread over the plains
Increasing  volume,   is
the fact that Manitoba put in operation on au average two news schools
per week, each year since ""
katchewan about live
about three per week.
Percentage of Attendance
Quebec and Ontario shows the
greatest percentage for children 7 to
14 yeat'S of age attending school for
more than six months, being 70.47
per cent, of l lie total number in
Quebec nnd 74.43 per cent, in Ontario. In the Maritime provinces, the
percentage ranges from 61.24 to 67.90
per cent, nnd In the praiiie provinces,
from 4170 per cent., in Saskatchewan to 61.74 per cent, in Manitoba.
In British Columbia the proportion
was 67.34 per cent The
nnd praiiie provinces "how
est proportion attending school from
four to six months In the year.
Of the school population between
f> and 16 only 67.00 per cent, of males
and 68.78 per cent, of females were
reported as'belng al school for any
length of time in lhe school year preceding the census. In other words,
for Canada, exclusive of Yukon and
the Nort.hwest Territories, 321 boys
find 313 girls per 1,000 of this age.
were allowed to remain away from
school. According lo this age grouping the highest percentage of school
attendance, 72.58 per cent, for males
and 72.61 per cent, for females wus
made by Prince Kdward Island and
Hie lowest by Alberta, with 54.04 per
cent., for males and 51.68 per cent,
for females.
TO HI
LARGEST TELESCOPE
USED   TO   MEASURE    MOVEMENT
OF  STARS   FAINTER   THAN
FIFTH  MAGNITUDE
srnlii _\e slides were nlsn sohwn of
dairy breeds und animals In lhe respective breeds Willi enviable records,
and the speaker In ench dealt, fully
Ilritish  and j with  the  merits of such animals as
the   eastern | compared With th Miliary type.
The car reniiilneil one day al each
place, and was moved from point lo
point by passenger train. At many
points afternoon nud evening meetings Were held. Oi? the Grand Trunk
Pacific 28 points were visited and 52
meetings bold, The total number of
farmers attending the meetings was
3,861. with an average of 128 at each
place  and  74  at  each  meeting.    The
largest attendance at one meeting was
350. and the speakers hud to move
their equipment from the ear to a
meeting hall in town. The Canadian
Pacific Itinerary covered 4:i points
and 48 meetings were held. Thero was
an average attendance of 60 at each
meeting, and a total attendance of 2,-
612. The largest al tendance at one
meeting was 110.
The value of lantern slides at such
meetings cannot he estimated. It has
three chief features. It provides an
attraction In securing an attendance;
it enables the speaker to show what
he is talking aboul and promotes discussion on the various subjects presented. In our past experience at
Btioh meatings we never had anything
like the interesting discussions which
i.ok place at the meetings where '.he
slides were shown. Many of the
evening meetings lasted until aftn
midnight, and the afternoon meeting.,
though started at. two o'clock, seldom
terminated before six. In addition to
lhe lantern slides the speakers had
literature for distribution, and suit
able printed matter was displayed on
large cards throughout the car. It was
a very common occurrence to see peo
plo In the audience with their note
hooks, copying all that could he cop
led from the printed matter before
the meeting opened, and many re
matned afterwards to complete the information.
The railway companies co-operated
nobly with the government in carrying out this programme, and supplied
the coach and equipment, together
with an attendant to look after the
heating of the car, entirely free of
cost. In this respect, they gave a great
deal of assistance to tlie dairy industry in this province, and have shown
tlieir broad-mindedness iu extending
this liberal assistance to an industry
in "" <'ve1' requiring so much nttenllon
evidenced   hy'
The Canadian Government to Build
the World's Largest Telescope at a
Cost of $100,000, the Sum Representing a Notable Contribution to
Pure Science.
The Canadian government will soon
posses a more powerful reflector telescope iban any now In existence. It
has been referred to in the newspapers as "Hie largest telescope in the
world," hut this descrl] Hon Is misleading for two reasons: Vint, he-
cause its aperature, 72 inches, is to
be lhe same as that or the famous
Parsonstown reflector, built by Cord
ROSSO in I842; and second, because
by the time the Canadian Instrument
is completed it. now sjenis likely lhat
the 100 Inch reflector which has long
beeu   under    const ruction    for
PRAIRIE   INTO   VALUABLE   LAND
Near
common
have
1006, Sus-
and     Alberta
.Maritime
the great-
New Form of Civilization
That the Basustos in South Africa
are capable of emerging from their
tribal system into a new form of
civilization, apart from white influence whatever, is the belief of Lord
Selborne, n former High Commissioner for South Africa.
"But it will take a great many
generations," he added. 'Yet the process has begun, and it is very Interesting to see the evolution from the
ordinary hut to the nice house, and
also to see the evolution I'rom the
tribal system of cultivation to that
of individual tenure of land. Those
in Europe who think that our civilization might he improved by our
aholition of all forms of private property might, do worse I bun consider
the attempts of the more intelligent
Bnsutos to escape from their tribal
system."
Lord Selborne further declared hi.i
conviction that tlicre was nothing to
fear from lhe Bnsutos In South Africa unless they were misgoverned.
Mount Wilson Solar Observatory will
also be ready for iibc. Tho Canadian
telescope will, however, be a much
more efficient Instrument than Lord
Rosse's, Not only will the mirror be
much superior, but the mounting will
enable the telescope to be worked to
the full advantage, Tho Parsonstown
reflector has an altazimuth, not an
equatorial, mounting, and is operated
under such difficulties that, comparatively little ure has ever been made
of It.
Contracts  for the    new    telescope
have just been awarded to .1. Bras-
hear for the minors and other optical
parts, and to Warner and Swasey for
Hie mounting. The disk for the principal mirror will be made by the St.
Oobaln glass works, in Paris, but all
the grinding and figuring will be done
ln the United States.    The total cost
will be nearly $100,000.   Inasmuch as
(lie Instrument Is intended primarily
and notoriously for  work  of no immediate practical beenfit,    viz.,    the
spectographic measurement, of radial
stellar velocities, this sum represents
a very notable contribution    to pure
science ou the part of a government.
The telescope will have a parabolic
mirror of 72  inches  clear    aperture
and 30 feet local length, with a central hole ten Inches in diameter. The
mounting is to be similar to that, of
the Ann Arb _r and Melbourne reflect-
ovs, with a sl-tcioh tube at one side
and noaily midway between the hearings nf the long polar axis, the balance being restored by the decliiiaton
motion mechanician! and by counterweights at the other side. Both polar
and declination axes will he carried
entirely on ball or roller hearings of
colllmatiiig  and  a complicated  system of counterweighted rollers for relieving the friction. The construction
will  also  be  simplified  in  other  respects,    e.g., all  fine circles will be
omitted as will the slow motion ami
in right, ascension.     It Is characteristic    of twentieth century technique
in astronomy that, although the new
telescope will have a full set of oculars   for   visual  observation,  no  program of visual work is contemplated.
Nowadays the camera takes the place
of the human retina. Tlie main purpose of the  instrument will be the
measurement of motion In the line of
sight of sta.s  fainter than the iifth
magnitude;  a task beyond the light-
gathering power of nearly all existing
(jslescopes.    For such work the tele-
scope will  generally he used ln the
Cassegraili form;   the light from the
main   mirror  converging    toward   ,i
focus,   will be received by a second
hyperboloidal   mirror  of    about    19
inches aperture  and  10  feet    focus,
placed about 23 feet above the main
mirror.    The   light    pusses    thence
down through tin hole in the   main
mirror, and Ihe star images are form
ed about three feet below the latter
Here the spectrograph will be placed
For (he fainter stars of low dispersion
the spectograph    will    probably    be
placed at the prime focus. An lines
ligation of tlie atmospheric conditions
in different parts of Canada is now in
progress, to determine vhere the telescope     will     bo     located.���Scientific
Ami lican,
Stupendous    Irrigation    Work
Bassano Practically Completed
The greatest Irrigation plant on
this sido of the world was practically
completed with the finishing of the
great dam across the llow river at
Bassano, Alta.
lu tho Canadian work 3,000 men
have been laboring constantly for
threo years. A battery of steam
shovels, hundreds of concerts machines. 2.000 teams, a corps of engineers and survey men, hundreds of
freight ears for supplies nnd material, have been employed. Altogether
$17,000,000 has been spent to turn lhe
territory Into a rich agricultural district.
Tho at'Cn affected hy this distribution of waler lies at the foothills nt
the Roolty Mountains. It stretches
practically from the outskirts of Calgary east to the Red I'cer river and
as  far north as  Bdmanton.
Cutting this   Immense    Irrigation
"block"   nearly   in   half   Is   the   How-
river, a stream 200 yards wide, which
rises in tho Rookies and flows, au ley
the f torrent, through Alberta.    Near llas-
Sai 10 It bends In a wide sweep like a
horseshoe, and there Is located lhe
Bassano dam.
This dam is slluated eighty-three
miles east of Calgary, Is 7,000 reel
long. 350 feet thick at the base, narrowing at the top to forty-five feet.
It. Ib built of earth, re-enforced with
concrete. Behind the dam are the
gates of the main irrigation canal.
Propose Assistance to Wool Gri-cs
The live stock  branch  of the  Dominion department    of agriculture is
prepared to offer practical assistance
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO
AND ITS HISTORY
COUNTRY   HAS   BEEN   THROUGH
MANY HANDS AND STRANGE
ADVENTURES
History Dates Back to the Year 720���
The Aztecs Established an Empire
With a High Grade of Civilization
Before the Invasion of the Span-
lards.
The republic, of Mexico, officially
called the United Stales of Mexico,
was one of the two great vice-royal-
lira of Spain In the new world. Mexico and Peru, represented the dominions of a territory extending from tlie
undefined north to the extremity of
South America.
From the hopelessly confused legendary accounts of events ln prehistoric Mexico, It Is possible to make
out only n rough outline of wbat happened. Tho Toltecs began a long
course of wandering through the valleys about the year 720. They held
sway until 1103, when their power
was overthrown and they themselves
driven southward through Central
America. Their conquerors tho Chl-
chimecas, held the land until they
were, 111 turn, overpowered hy th��
Aztecs, who bud wandered Into tbe
country from the north.
Aztecs Established Empire
The Aztecs established an empire
with a high grade of civilization considering the wildness and savagery ol
tbe rest of the American hemisphere.
The architecture, government, mode
of living, and commerce were such as
this  year  to associations    of    wool  to astonish the Spaniards under Cor-
growers in the preparation and display ot their wool clips for market.
Associations, In order to receive this
aid, must be organized in accordance
with the regulations of the branch,
and membership is limited to actual
owners of sheep. West of Fort William an association inusl: contain at
least. 3,000 sheep, or sufficient to
comprise one carload of wool; east of
there, a relative number. The services of expert wool classifiers, who
will take charge of and perforin the
grading, classification ami preparation of the wool will be provided.
This proposal represents much
more Hum a mere continual ion of the
work undertaken last year, when two
wool classifiers, in the employ of the
live stock branch, visited the western
provinces and gave practical instruction nnd advice to sheep raisers upon
wool growing.
Rather it, means the introduction of
a definite scheme whereby wool producers may be actually assisted in
preparing 'nd presenting their wools
upon the market in the most, acceptable fashion.and thus be in n position to eater more dll'dcliy to the re-
quiremets of tlie market
it should prove effective in developing and improving the general status
of sheep raising and in creating an
impetus to the production and preparation of nn improvd grade of wool
.id indirectly a better class of uiul-
ti.li.
The branch will also prnide the
means for the establishment of a
central bur;.au for the distribution of
Largest  V jrds  In the Wcrld
Construction operations, extending
over a period of almost two years,
have sow brought to a completion the
new tnrmiual yards of the C.P.R.- at
North Transconn.
The Winnipeg terminals of the C.
P. R. are now th? largest of their
kind in America and perhaps the
largest, in lhe world. All lold ihey
Comprise within a fraction of a mile
of 300 miles of tracks. The Trans-
coiia tracks alone make a total of 156
aiid cow" an aggregate distance of
105 miles. On these there ls a capacity for 8L000 cars new and the work
In prospect for the future will Jjrmg
this capacity up to 12.000 cars.
New Buildings Not to Exceed 165 Ft.
That buildings in Winnipeg shall
not exceed ln height. 165 feet, excepting church spires and towers, is the
recommendation of 11 council committee appointed to deal with the matter.j
current, information respecting domestic and foreign markets of wool,
so that the associations may hV con-
constantly in command of complete
knowledge concerning the source i,f
tlio demand and the ruling price of
all grades.
Reliable Information of this nature]
will serve as an excellent assel to an
test, who invaded the country In 1519.
Montezuma was their emperor.
The Spaniards quickly went to war
with the Azetcs. The 'after fought
bravely for a time, hut could do nothing before Cortez's cannon.
In 1810 il priest, Miguel Hidalgo.
rang the church hell and called upon
his people to throw off the yoke ot
foreign tyranny. A year later he was
captured and shot, hut the revolution
continued until 1822, when Iturbide,
a former Spanish official, but then a
revolutionist, was procla'med emperor of tho independent monarchy, a
year later 11 republic wac established,
ami t. ladalupe Victoria became the
first president.
Texas Quits Mexico
In 1836 the Texans made good their
separation from Mexico, and tea
years later tlie United States army invaded lite country, finding an easy
conquest. Civil war followed and
some ot the European powers sent
| troops to protect the foreign citizens
111  Mexico.
Later on, all but France withdrew
their troops, and it was thea that _a-
poleon 111. unfolded his plan for es-
Moreoyer, j (aldishing a French empire in Mexico.
Ho persuaded the weak-willed Austrian Archduke Maximilian to ascend
tlie throne with his wife, the now insane Km press Charlotte.
The Mexicans then overthrew the
monarchy, captured and shot the emperor aud established another republic. General Juarez, leader nf the
patriois, became president. Upon his
death, in 1872, Juarez was succeeded
by Lerdo de Trejada. who was ousted
by Porlflrio I'iaz, in 1877. Diaz was
succeeded hy his friend, Manuel Gonzalez, in 1880, who was, in turn, followed by Diaz again, the latter having
changed the constitution limiting the
terms a president might bold.
Follow United States
The government is patterned after
association it, directing its policy audi that of the United States, having a
placing it in closer relationship with I president, vice-president, congress
the demands of the trade. ; composed of two houses, and a sinii-
Shoep raisers desitous of taking ad- lar system of judiciary,
vantage of thl:; offer and of forming      Mexico Is ono of the richest mining
an  association  should  write,  for  de- countries in the world, aud has vast
tailed  information    nnd    application  water,   timber  and   agricultural    reforms, to the live steels commission- sources.   It has been largely develop
er, Ottawa.
Changes In Naval Training
Changes have been made in lho
conditions governing the admission
of naval cadets to the training college
at Halifax. As Canada has no navy,
those who pass through the college
are no longer bound lo adopt a naval
career, while the givernment'no longer promises lo secure employment for
them in tlie navy.
The college is to become an educational institution along tho lines of
the R.M.C. at Kingston. In addition
to a general education, cadets will
receive instruction in marine subjects
and marine engineering, thus qualify
ing themselves for employment In the
hydrographic; tidal and current sur-
'veys.
Drug Habit Grows at Alarming Rate
Owing lo alarming ravages made by
the opium habit in all classes of
French society of late, a bill stringently to regulate the sale of the drug
in its various forms has been drafted
aiuj_ will s&ortly. be intjjjdueed
hi the chamber of deputies. In ITie
meantime general orders havo been
issued by ihe police prefects of Paris,
Toulon, Marseilles and oilier cities, to
keep a sharp lookout for the traffic in
all its phases and make arrests relentlessly wherever culprits may be
found. . The feelings of no 1100, regardless of their prominence, are to
be spared.
WOULD   DECIMALIZE   TIME
Frenchman Proposes 20 Hours and
1,000   Chrones   for   Day
A suggestion is made in the current
Revue Bleue for Ihe purpose of bringing the chronological system Into line
with the decimalization of money,
weights and distance.
This new proposal involves the division of the*day Into twsnty periods,
called bores, instead of twenty-four
hours, each bore being similarly divided into fifty periods, called
chrones, each chrone���about one and
a half minutes���being tlie thousandth
part of a day���as the gram and the
meter are the thousandth part, respectively, of the kilogram and kilometer. Tbe chrones are further subdivided into centichrones, the equivalent of a Becond.
The deviser of the plan asserts
that the new system would facilitate
marine observations, besides simply-
tying calculations of time generally.
The French government, however,
shows no inclination to adopt the
idea.
British |
the w.i"
making
pub-
avla-
pro-!
daces ;
first;
1 d at 1
ed and exploited by foreign capital,
with little or no advantage to the
people at large.
There are more than 16,000,000 inhabitants, over lli.OtiO.OOO of whom
are pure-blooded Indians or largely of
Indian blood. The tilling calss is, for
the most part, of nearly pure Spanish
blood, and ci nstltutes a very small
part of the ..opitlatlon.
The Latest Homestead Map
\ The twelfth edition of a publication
I which should prove of Interest to
', every person following tlie progress
i of settlement throughout the province of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
The BriiiBh government has forwarded through Walter 1 lines Page,
the United Stales ambassador, its
keen gratitude for the Offer made by
Air Ports In Britain
The Aerial  League of the
Empire, in conjunction with
ollice, and the admiralty, is
an effort to arouse  lho  British
Ho from the apathy in regard to
tlon.
Plans are being made for the
vision    of    aerial     landing    11
throughout   (Ireat   Britain.    Al
these "air" ports will be sltual
places  where  they  arc   most  needed
by the services, but in course of lime
it is hoped to have forty or fitly dotted about, tho country. m       ���^^^^^^^���_
At least, twenty-five acres will be Alberta is now being prepared in the
required for each landing place, ami j railway lands branch of the depart-
they will be equipped With two hail- ment i)f the interior at Ottawa. It is
gars, fuel, spare parts, telephone. Known as a "Homestead Map," and
and. where possible, a wireless in-��� ghows in a graphic way the land sit-
stallation. 1 itatoii up  to the beginning    of    tha
It is hoped that tlie financial re- present year, alse the standing of
sources will be considerably aug- ] ,,.M.]X quarter section throughout the
monlej by letting out the landing three prairie provinces, according to
places as football and recreation i the records of the department on the
grounds, but a considerable sum of! ist of January, 191-1. The map has
money will be necessary for the in-j been issued in three separate sheets,
itial expense. ;one for each province, the Saskatehe-
A'. present, cross-country flying Is wan and Manitoba sheets now being
considerably handicapped by the ab- available for distribution, the add.
sc-ncc cf suitable landing places, and|tjonai sheet covering the province of
it Is hoped that a scheme which I Alberta to follow at an early date,
arouses local interest, as well as pat-: ja addition to the information re-
riotisir will receive the fullest sup- garding lands which have been home-
port. In the old country, and later steaded or otherwise disposed of, th��
in the dominions. publication   contains  complete  infor-
 ��� nation with respect to Indian reserves,
Penalty For Landing There : limber berths, grazing leases, post of-
liana  Berliner,  the German    aero-(flees,   railways,  etc.,  throughout  tb*
naut, who was made a    prisoner   at
Klrglschansk,  Russia,   last  February
when he came to earth at the end of
a balloon trip from Bltterfleld, Germany,  and  the  two  passengers,   who
the state of Virginia to present to the {accompanied lilin, have beer, sen-
British nation a copy of lluudon'sj tenccil by the Russian authorities to
statue of George Washington, six months' solitary confinement.
three provinces.
The homestead map Is being distributed free of charge. A copy of the
Saskatchewan or Manitoba sheet may
now be obtained upon application to
I . f. C. Lynch, superintendent of
railway lands, department ot the ll_
ii;-ior, Ottawa. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The strong, easy turning lock���the
reliable hinges that look and are
good----the well made cupboard fastener that will really fasten are some
of the little things that help to make
things easy for the lady of the house
Amongst our large stock of hardware there is sure
to be something you need.    Pay us a visit now
Builders'  Supply Co.
-     B. C.
LIMITED
COURTENAY     -
The Ford Motor Co., of  Manchester, England, makes  and  sells more
cars in England  today  than  the combined  output  of the  next five
largest automobile manufacturers in England
The l'ord was the first public tazicab in London, as in  St.   Petersburg
and New York
E. C EMDE
FORD DEALER FOR COMOX DISTRICT
Ford   Garage   for  storage  battery   charging and repairing ignition
troubles, house wiring and lighting, etc.     Gasoline 35 cents per gallon
ROBERTSON'S DRUG STORE
Formerly Peacy's
Books and Magazines
Fresh and Pure Drugs
Cameras and Photo Supplies
Pipes and Cigars
Best Chocolates and Candies
W. G. Robertson, Courtenay Drug Store
SAVE BIG MONEY IN
Children's School Hats 20c
Boy's Wash Suits $1.50
Ladies' Wash Skirts 75c
Ladies' House Dresses $1 at $2.75
Ladies Alpaca Coats, Silk Sweaters,
Voile and Rattine Dresses
SEABROOK YOUNG
623 Johnston St.
Victoria, B. C.
Try An Ad. In The Review.
For Sale���i young horse, buggy
and harness. Apply S. Scobie,
Saudwick.
For Sale���Washing machine an 1
wringer, child's crib, child's draped
cot and baby buggy. Duncan &
Birch garage, Courtenay.
Wanted���Good ranch eggs 2
cases weekly, also strawberries
Berwick Store. N0.8 Mine"
LaForest & Fortune
General Blacksmiths
COMOX B. C.
Telephone M92
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Kn-
gines and Pumping Outfits
Horseshoeing and  lioat  Irons
a Specialty
Try 0 ir Excelsior Hoof
Ointment
All Work Guaranteed
Local Lines
To Rent���two first class offices
over McKean's store. Good light,
rent reasonable.
For fine painting, paperhangiiig
and decorating don't fail to see
Doyle & Home, Courtenay.
Mrs. Kepner has a fine display
of new, spring, fancy, goods, also
a nice stock of fancy work. A
call is solicited.
Fer Sale Cedar posts aud poles;
beardless barley and good seed po,
tatoes. T. C, Woods, Sandwick
Phone E 96,
Found���At Kye Bay, a row
boat. Owner can have same by
paying expenses. Apply W. Lawrence, Kye Bay,
Wanted--Horses for pasturing
by tlie month. Apply to G. C,
Bigelow, next the Indian Reservation.    P. O. Box 252.
For Sale���Mare and colt, weighs
1360 lbs., 6 years old, sound and
true. Will sell cheap. Apply A.
W. Salmond, Grantham,
Certificated nurse. Mrs, Philip
Campell, who has had twenty
years nursing experience, is taking
cases again. Terms moderate
Enquire at Mrs. Hodgson, Lake
Trail.
For Sale���A number of small
pigs. Apply to F. H. Janes,
Grantham.
New Courtenay post cards, finest
selection by first class photographer
at Robertson's Drugstore.
Fer Sale���1 horse mowing
machine, new, $40. 1 driving horse
afraid of nothing, $50. 33 acres
between half-way house and Mars-
den road, with fir and cedar timber
$100 per acre. Apply Review,
Courtenay.
From MY hens to YOUR
kitchen direct, I deliver eggs every
Tuesday in Courteuay, at current
market rate. You want my eggs;
I waut your money. Write and
ask me to call. H. W. Heerden,
Phone Y 96.   Sandwick,
A few choice young pure bred
Yorkshire pigs of either sex for
sale. Parents prize winners at
New Westminster. Price to you
registered $10 each. Now is your
opportunity to get a really good
annimal.   R. U. Hurford.
The British Columbia Nurseries
Co. Ltd. have appointed Mr, W.
D. Stoker, of Courtenay, their local representative for ihe sale of
their well known nursery stock.
Mr, Stoker is now taking orders
for Fall 1914 and Spring 1915 delivery, of fruit and ornamental
trees, etc., Intending planters
should place their orders NOW.
Comox Central Conservative
Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of Comox
Central Conservatives was held at
Comox on Thursday night. There
was a record attendance, forty delegates, and many others being
present. After the reading aud
adoption of the minutes of previous
meetings, the Association was
asked to recommend a man for the
office of Fishery Inspector, to fill
the place vacated by the death of
John Masson. There were three
names before the meeting; Thos,
Beckensell, Ed, Creech, and Geo.
Davis. The result of the first vote
was, Beckensell 10, Creech 11, and
Davis 19. Ou the second ballot
Creech had 19, and Davis 21, the
Association will therefore endorse
Mr. Davis' candidature for the
position. _mong this communication was one from the Powell
River Association, regretting inability to have delegates present.
The association will also recommend
that all secretaries be appointed
commissioners to take affidavids in
connection with registering voters,
Messrs. Duncan, Holmes, and
Willard were appointed to draft
by-laws for the Association.
The secretary was instructed to
write Sir Richard McBride and see
if he can spare an extra day to
address a meeting here when he
comes to Cumberland to assist at
the opening of the new Opera
House.
In order to wipe our the existing
indeptedness of the Association, a
per capita tax will be levied on all
the members of the Conservative
Association, affected with no
central body.
The secretary was also instructed
to try and find out why the
Secretaty of the B. C, Association
pays no attention to important
communications from the various
associations throughout the District.
The Presidents of the various
associations were appointed a com
ittee to make arrangements for the
I premier's meeting, in case he. can
' make it convenient to be here.
j The election of officers was as
' follows:���
Hon, Presidents, R, L. Borden,
and Sir Richard McBride.
Hon. Vice Presidents, A. P.
Clements.and M. Manson.
President, A. McDonald.
COURTENAY   DYE   WORKS
OI.D ROYAI, BANK BUILDING
Opening on Monday, June 15,
A Business that is very much needed in Courtenay
We 'are Expert Dyers and jiCleaners
We Collect and Deliver Free.   Distance No Object
W. H. Reckitt      Phone   17       S. B. Woods
H. D. FORDE
W. A. W. HAMES
FORDE & HAMES
GENERAL REAL ESTATE
and INSURANCE BROKERS
Perez Block
Courtenay
LISTINGS WANTED
Vice President' W. Duncan.
Sec. Treas., F. Cameron.
The next meeting of the Association will be held at Cumberland
in about one month.
A serious fire took place in Salem
Mass, last Friday. Two lives were
lost, and many people were injured.
About 10,000 people are homeless,
The losses will amount to about
10 millions of dollars.
In Germany a process has been
invented to look iuto the gronnd
and locate ore bodies, similar to
locating a bullet in a man's body
with the X-ray. The inventor of
this wonderful machine can get
steady work by applying to the
editor of Greenwood's leading
excitement.
MRS. KEPNER
Announces the Opening
of her new store in the
CALHOUN BLOCK
on
Tuesday,   July   14
Afternoon Tea will bp served to all
Ladies ot CoinoxjDistrict
The  Comox Barber   Shop  'j
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing  But First Class Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connectioa
C. E. DALRYMPL E. Prop.
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