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 List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
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THE   REVIEW
P*.
I.
VOL. 2
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY MAY 28, 1914
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Hnve You Mnm-V __IiiycsI,
* ._�� us; we Can .Make You
fjurgb DWUendi
Island  Realty.- Co.
NO. 27
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 CO'Y
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
* Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
Auctioneers, Etc.
Phone 10
Courtenay
CORNER LOT
Double   Corner Lot on  Main Street, within two
minute, walk of Post Office, Price $1,250
75 ACRES
with good house and outbuildings, etc., half mile of
Sea Frontage.   About 20 Acres under cultivation.
Price $175 per acre.   Terms one-fifth cash
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 Jusras Easy as Paying Rent
R. n. Allan
Real Estate Insurance
THE
REVIEW
Give us your order for
Letterheads, Billheads,
Statements, Envelopes,
Wedding Stationery, Etc.
LOCAL  LINES   '
Messrs Win. Duncan and Rev. T.
Meuzies are at Victoria this week,
Harvey Creech is going to build
mi'I re-iilc- at Headquarters, Raise
chickens ami run his cur for hire,
Messrs. Shepherd _ Hornby re
haviiiK ii substantial addition built
to their store which will make it
nearly twice lhe present depth,
A uumber of loggers are arriving
daily, en route for the logging
camps which reopen tkxt Monday,
Among them are ninny familiar
faces,'
The steamer Cowichan did not
make her regular trip to Comox on
Tuesday morning, No reason has
been assigned as yet that we have
heard.
Messrs. Hicks Beach & Field,
who are opening up the Real
Estate office on the Union Bay road
arrived in town on Thursday's
boat.
The The plasterers on the Bank
of Commerce building used an
ingenious method to get water for
plastering, they built a dam acroi s
the ditch, and piped the water unto
the job.
Mr. T. D. Hind, the delegate
lo the Knights of Pythias Gr.m.l
Lodge, which meets at Kamloops
this year, left on Sunday's boat
for that place. He is expected
home tomorrow.
Mr. Fred Thulin, of Thulin
Bros , Campbell River, has gone
to his old home in Sweden, lie
left there twenty-five years ago,
and this is his first visit to the
homeland.
The opening dance at tha Athletic hall on Denman Island was
well attended by people from here
end Comox, A delightful time
was spent. There were 120 people
in the Grand March, The people
of Denman are to be congratulated
ou the possession of so fine a hall
Miss Blanchard wishes to announce that she has moved her
dressmaking establishment into the
Perez Block ou Isabel Street, and
is prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking and Ladies' tailoring, at
reasonable prices. Fit and work
guaranteed.
For Sale���Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching; new blood from
the mainland. Bruce Towler, Cumberland Road.
To Rent���5 roomed house with
basement, hot and cold water,
modem conveniences. Apply J.
R. Johnson.    Courtenav Hotel,
For Sale���Good farm horse,
stroug working harness and wagon
plough and harrows. Apply to
John Johnston, Lake Trail, Courtenay, B. C.
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��� 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 cord wood 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 anytime.
Price $1250.    Liberal terms.
The gun club   held   a  shoot ou
Monday.      A  good   attendance of
members was present and some fine
.shooting shown,
Tiiere was ruber a small attendance at  the   Knights  of  Pythias
1 dance last night.      Those   present
I thoroughly    enjoyed    themselves.
i The music, supplied by Mrs. Faber
and W. Winningham, was superb,
j A dainty ice cream lunch was served at midnight,
Harvey Creech arrived home
from Victoria last week with n fine
1 ar. While coming through Duncans he had the misfortune to get
behind the oil wagon, which was
oiling the highway, and got the
body and wheels of his car badly
splashed with oil and dust.
Mr, C. II. McAllister of N _\v
Westminster was in Courtenay
Sunday and Monday. Mr. McAllister is president of the Grain
Growers Asso ialion at New
Westminster, and is looking oi er
the District with a view of organizing a branch of the business in
Courtenay,
Mr. G. P. Thompson, of the
Royal I'auk staff, spent the holiday
in Vancouver.
The hotels and rooming hoiHes
are doing good business these days,
all being filled up Thursday and
Friday.
A special show will lie put on at
the Opera house to-night, The
world's famous talking pictures and
scenes depicting the Relief of Luck-
now, The Battle of Trafalgar, and
lhe Charge of the Light Brigade
will be shown.
One of our much respected
townsmen Mr. J. McPhee has
purchased a Ford car and was
seen driving it en Union St. last
week, The astonishm. .it of one of
his old friends at seeing him coinirg
down the hill at full speed was so
great he nearly fell out of bis buggy
Everitt Car For   Hire
R,   BOWRING
nt Duncan _ Hircli Garage
Onion Hay Road
Telephone 38 COBRTBNAY
B. S. Fenn begs to announce that he will be
absent on business for about two months and on
his return will open a studio in a good position
in Courtenay for por'raiture of the best class
H.   H.   M.   BEADNELL
Courteiiay Avenue is to be shortly opened up from
the Union E*/ Road to the Statioii. . Th dieapsst
and largest lots in Courtenay, 50 x 121), 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
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL
COURTENAY
Private Day School (or Girls and
Small Boys
Kindergarten hours from 10 to 12
Private Tuition in Music, French and
German
Half Term commences Jnne 2
Miss M. King
Principal
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 j Not,  Why  Not?
CalTor telep_one*__r rates in reliable companies
CHAS1G. CALLIN
Telephone 42 COURTENAY
��ff __HE REVIEW. COURTENA-f, 8.IT
The   Fixin'r.
^^^lxU^tZl*���   *Z6 ^fitr~l!-f^9
For Baking Success
-This Oven Test
Success on somo baking days
can be ox peeled no matter
what flour you use. But constant success is rarer. It can
be assured in only one way.
The miller must select his
wheat by oven test.
So from each shipment of
wheat we take ten pounds as
a sample. We grind this into
flour. Bread is baked from
the flour. __���_���_���_���__ *mi _
If this bread i.s high in quality, PJjRl l_y
large in quantity, we use the /
shipment from which it came.       /
Otherwise we sell it. /
Constant baking success comes /
as a matter of course from/
&___ bearing this name       /
*��_ /
N /
"More B.__td and Better Bread" and
"BctteNPastrv/Too"        m
tlmi hiriis iimi' feathers, bears havt
tur, sheep havo wool, elc., naked nn-ijO
question:    "Now,  wiiu  can   tell   me
what oysters have?"
a brtglil little girl, vorj' eager ii
recite, answerotl: 'Trackers." Na
laniiil Monthly,
Meant  "Who  is  That?"
Kxcltiible   partj   (al    tolephunel���
Uellol    Wiio i;  ihls? win, is ihls, i
Man ai   Olhoi    Und   Havon'l    gol
! time io _,___ riddles,   Toll mo your-
oil who you mi.
TOR DISTEMPER
Pink Eye. EpI-OOttt
Shtpplnq   F��v��.,
mil Catarrh-1 F_.v%r
Burp c_n*c .mil f������ ��� [���. i .������������'- iitlvi', ito m-iiicr howlmi*-*
i miy nun nr.   in.:- !������ I iii   "_xpo. cu.     I.lfiuld,  '_i\ ni _ u i tin
(limit',    HL'l-    in    ill'      llluml   'ni.l    C!.ill.Is.   i \\���-\y,    l|iu    ).n|. UliiHI _
>rni.   hum  ilie hmk. (.'tu_*.   IMMomiM..   in  i>_tf* ������ "i SlU'oi-
i'i Cbnlcrtl in 1'OUlU.V. UWi��l >��� Min;-, liv. HdicK l.iii'.l...
Il't'8 l.;i (ll'lpPd limnitfi hull:;.11 llf-hlgH lUHl * it HlIU U.Uih.V
mi'ilv .,nl llih "i:l. Iv. ,i II. Slimv ll \<< \-..ir illllgtflHt,
|l|l    \v||l    it!     il     for    ' "'I.    l'Y��'u    IttioUlt ��l,    "I >.-lt _ti|'>-l.    I'llll. < ���_
��� A   Ctin  ."
OlSTfll yuTORS���ALL     WHOLESALE.     DHUU UI!_ I ii
BPOHN MBOICAL <~o.. Chamlstfl ano BaoUrlotofll.U,   Gothim,   ind .   u.;i.A.
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With   Dnik  Staqc  Mostly
.Miiml-.hicli Blo-bo) lm- been call-
tug nn von regnlarlj no for two
years, linsn'i beV
Marie���Ves'j    I videntl)   Ihlnks
papa ia running n continuous performance bouse.
Proudlj   ho wall d  up tu  his  bo-
iroilii'il mul drow from hi', pocltel  nl
small morocco case.   Opeulug It, he
took but ii ring   �� Blngle diamond���
mul placed ii mi her tapering (luger.
"It's a vory I'.iiiall diamond I" she
snid,   nml   paused.     'I'I' ii.   ' Anil   i'ol i
vory brilliant, olthi t."
"Ah. sweetheart, bul lovo i.. blind."
Raising her limpid eyes to hi:-, sho
said:
"Yos, ili-iir, inn u.n i.imi,' blind!"
Mlnard's l_nl-ient Relieves Neural-
gin.
A Boy Needs His Father
A promlneul welfare worker recently suin.iod up his o..p_'10-CQ mul
observation in Iho slmplo words: "A
boy needs his fathor." The whom
world knows Uiul u ;.i, 1 needs her
mother, bill '.hor,' scorns lo ho somo
apathy on the question of a hoy's con-
stunt need of hla father. Comparatively few futhcr'ii uppoar lo rinlize
lU.it providing food, shell , clothes,
good schooling and money tor a boy
is uoi ii full ' harge of the obligation n father owes in liis son. A boy
needs the encouragement, the inspiration and the comradeship of u father who hasn'l forgotten lli.i. he him-
so . was (hum a hoy.���l.os Angeles
Tribune.
Time Has Tested it.���Or. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil has been on tho marital inwards ol' thirty years anil in
that lime ii lias proved a blessing to
thousands, ll Is In high favor
throughout Canada anil Us excellence
has carried Its fame beyond the seas,
li has no equal- in the whole list of
liniments. If it were double the
price it. would bo a cheap llnlmont.
EDDY'S FIBREWARE
Tub* and Pails retain the heat
of the water much longer than
the wooden or galvanized iron
tubs, are cheaper than lhe latter
and   will   not   rust   the  clothes
miT
"MoreCups.,
anda Better Drink
FARMERS
ttlna  the highest
ping their, oar lota
them Bold on comi
THOMPSON, SONS AND COMPANY
THE  WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS
ADDRESS   700-70J   V.,   GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNIPEQ
Can ��lwiy�� mak* iur�� of getting tlio highest prlcet for WHEAT, OATS,
BARLEY and FLAX, Ly ���hlpplno their, om- lota to FOR'. WILLIAM AND
PORT ARTHUR and having them Bold on comml����lon by
Firewood
Cutting  (lrewood in summer, when
ii   ran   he   dime   lunch    easier    and
cheaper in winter, is a waste of valuable time.    First  clean  up old lows,
rails, broken boards, etc., around the
buljdings. Perhaps somewhere on thi ,,���.,, ....,-.'....,.��
farm (here arc two fields thnt could a
profitably be made Into one, uud the
old rail feme between them convert- raa',.|(  ,..,
Circumstance: Alter Cases
Crnbshaw -J   thought    they  *wore
violently opposed to the motor cur'.'
Mrs.  Crab-haw���Oh,  thai   ivhs   before they could afford one
replenish"
your blood
in the spring
.lust now . ou are feeling "oul ��� f
sorts-'���not your usual self, Quite
exhausted at tine's nnd eannol de-
vole real energy to youi' work. Sleep
does nol r"s! you and will wake UP
feeling "all tired out." Perhaps
rheumatism is (lying through your
muscles, and joint-, or may ho your
skin is dlsflguri il by rashes, boils or
pimples. Headaches, twinges of neural, ia, Jits of nervousness, irritability of temper and n disordered sloni-
vour   discomfort
Til-
Ill
nl  into good  posts ot
In
tX
Build Concrete Barns
and Barnyards
VOU will find that they ure best
at first and cheapest in the end.
Concrete buildings cannot burn and many dol
hits arc saved in lower insurance rates.   They
need practically no repairs and never need
painting.
Concrete barnyards make the best: kind
of a feeding-Moor and save many dollars in
feed bills, as your stork gets every particle
that you feed to them.
Semi for this free hook " Whal the Farmer
Can il,., With Concrete." It show;; just how
tn build your own concrete barn, _t_in��-
lliior or any other building that you may need.
Farmer'��� Information Bureau
Canada Cement Company Limited
506  Herald Building, Montreal
inlo  fuel,
wood   Iol   there  may  he  dead  or I
winter
These
has    left  Its
troubles    are
signs  lhat  your  blood  is  poor, and
fallen trees that should be removed j ^".'"you Sub. _eu_v ami "enrich w��tr
an,!  made  ml i  firewood   before   lhe  ,.,,���.,,    ... .,,.,,_
live lives are touched.-.!. I., in Con-   ^j.',,^ uo^,
' ; :'"' 'complete breakdown.   The mosl. pow-
xhaust
ill youi
and restore tone to
i, or there may be
CHILDREN
TEETHING ���
MRS. WINSLOW'S
SOOTHING SYRUP
USED  BY MILLIONS  Or  MOTHER.
FOR THREE GENERATIONS?
ALVER'S NERVE TONIC
Hundred capsules by post on re-
celving two dollars; euro Nervousness, Headaches, Neuralgia, Rheum*
Usui, Sciatica. Write, A Ivor. OIU
SHerbourne, Toronto, Ontario.
Resturine   Rubber
Articles of rubber frequently lose
iheir elasticity through oxidation nml
yei the material may be restored to
its original conditio!, by a simple i recess; Soalt the article In a mixture
of one parr oi ammonia io two parts
pure wnler.
This is said to b particularly well
adapted to ,lte restoring of rubber
bauds, rings and small Uibings which
are ready _o become dry anil bridle.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take  LAXATIVE  BKOMO QUININE
Tablets. Druggists refund money if it
fails lo cure.    I'I, W. GROVE'S slgtia.
Nora whs applying for a place as
cook, and when asked Tor u reference
presented the fullowiiif;:
"To whom it may concern:
"This is to certify thai Nora role
has worked for us a week and we
are satisfied." Everybody's Magazine.
ortlll   remedy   for   these   spring     nll-l ""'������  is OU  ench  box.    31....
meats  in  men,  women  and children
lu  Dr.  Williams'  fink  Pills for 1'ale The Albanian Flag
People,,been so these pin cloanse The new Albanian Has has made
lhe bad blood and strengthen weak, its tlrst appearand In Vienna. Tin
nerves; eagle, lhe principal  heraldic emblem
rich, red blood -your greatest  of tlio Albanian arms, does not api-ltf
on   lite   tlnjj;,   which   differs   from   the
___*�� ,
COC-T .
Accepting the  Inevitable
"Is she growing old gracefully?"
"Ves; she has limned to tangu iol-
"-
Poor  Consolation
iy so .hum.    looking,
M.11I..V.
i-in.-d's Liniment Cureu  Dandruff,
Ho���Would  you  love  me  .h
same If 1 was broke?
She���Jnsi   wail   till  we're  married
-iid see!
".lack bas thrown lue ovei' .
girl with more money."
"Oh,  there,  cheer   tip! That'
sign thai he doesn't love you."
11"
Heard in a Dog Store
"Ves. madam; lie's a skye terrier."
"Isn't he just heavenly?" .
"He's   the   star  of  our    collect toil,
madam- -the dog star, I might say."
quickly stops couelis, curea colds, and heals
tlu throat and lunes.       "���       "       5S ccnt!-
Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills! 0_____P_r_T __*_______*
so often     ' ____ ____-_> a/T-fiH.
arises in cycry family for a. medicine       -��_^*��a��o�� *** f     __._,___,_
to open up and regulate the bone!?.
h'ot only are they effective in all
cases of Constipation, but they help
greatly in breaking up a Cold or La
Grippe by cleaninu out the system
and purifying tlie blood. In the same
way thoy relieve or cure Biliousness,
Indigestion, Sick Headaches, Rheumatism nnd other common ailment*.
In the fullc.st sense of the words Dr.
Morse's Indian Root Pills arc       47
A Household   Remedy
Possibly   He   Was
.Sniilh  (on steamer in mldoceau)���
going across, old chap?
Brown���Yes.      You?���New    York
Times.
W. N. U. 917
Inspiration
"Vou can't write verse Ol! some
subjects. Now, for instance, what
poetry is there in u pork chop?"
"I can see you've never been real
hungry."
A Sure
Favorite
���saves the housewife much thankless cooking���
Post
Toasties
l lie factory cooks them
perfectly, toasts them lo a
delicate, golden-brown, and
sends them to your table
ready to eat direct from the
sealed package.
Fresh, crisp, easy to serve
and
Wonderfully
Appetizing
Ask any grocer���
Post
Toasties
Canadian Postum Cereal Company
Ltd.,   Windsor,  Out.
need in sprit.:-is plentifully created
(by Dr. Williams' Rink Tills, und with
this new. pure blood In your veins
you (illicitly res ai -. health and in-
crease your strength. Then- your
IsKin becomes clear, your eyes bright,
vour nerves strong and you Cool better, eal better, sleep better, tin' are
able to do your work.
Begin ynu- spring tonic trotttmenl
tcdav lor the blood antl nerves with
lir. 'Willi..nis' i'in- Pills���the Pills
that strengthen.
These Pills are sold by most donl-
lers, bul do ;.ol le persuaded to lake
"something just the same." If you
I can't get the genuine Pills from
yonr dealer they will be sent you by
j until, post paid, tit 50 cents n box or
I six boxes for S-.50 by writing .The
i Dr. Williams' Medldlne Co., Brook-
Iville, Ont.
watch doesn't go,
prince's banner In consisting of longitudinal stripes Of red ..nil black and
1 ul and white, with a live pointed
star In the middle.
Attacked by Astnma.���The Ill's)
fearful sensation is of suffocation,
which hour by innn' becomes more
desperate and boploss. To such 11
ease tbe rollfcf afforded by Dr. .1. D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy seems nothing less than miraculous. Its help
i, quickly apparent and soon the
dreadful attack Is mastered. The
asthmatic who lias found oul the dependability of litis sterling remedy
will never bo v. 1111 __ 1' it. II is sold
everywhere.
Haul,    If    vi
'by   (In  .vou   1
i.'M    Wilis':    Nobody knows ll  bill   my captain
vali! tone."
"Now," :;hl the new husband, "I
am youi' captain, nnd you must lei me
command you through life."
"Vou have a. dual capacity," repliel
ilu   clever widow,  "because ynu nro
ml  my second  male in
COUNT TEN!   BAD COLD RELIEVED
FIGURE THREE HOURS-COLD CURED
Never s   Failure  With  Catarrhozone:
it  Cures  Completely
1
from Ihe wonderful Catavrliozono iu-   '\
haler.
"I can cheerfully  testify lhat  Cat-
ttrrhozono  is  simply a  magical  eur��
Don'i sniffle and sneeze with a nas- tor cotda.'* writes P. I. ('lenient of
ty cold. Kill '1 ut ouce by 'tCatarrho- Augusta. "For days last winter my
zene." It's tin surest thing on colds )leaa wus completely tilled up with
ever known; simply knocks them out cold, Ily eves ran water. I sneezed
ill one time. The medicated vapor ol'jrtl)(| eauglied constantly. 1 look many
PATARRHOZONE spread-! through m0dlcinos. I was sick of the sight
all parts of the breathing organs, aud 0( n,elll. Finally, I tried Catarrho-
it's beneficial action is felt tnttantly. Uoue, ns effect was magical, It
roesn't matter whether the cold i.s in soothed the i.illanied membranes,
the head, chesl or lungs, Catarrho- 'Bi01H,ed the sneezing, and cured in no
zone will .'each it uud cure it ijuick- ,inK>. 1 m,v���. met anything to kill a
ly- j cold like Ctitnrrnozone,"
j   Easy to use���you bet  it Is���not a!    C_l   ibe    ompletb  $1.00 onl fit;   It
(single drug li   take because vou si'n-Mocs the work quick,   Small size r,Uc;
jlpiy breathe In the mos. healing and trial  sample  size  25c.      .      dealei-
J'sootiiing of pi"'v  vapo s lhat come I everywhere
-1 THE REVIEW. COURTENAY. R.C-
95
PLAN 10 BUILD
II WESTERN EMPIRE
A   UCHEME  TO   FURTHER  COLONIZE   WESTERN   CANADA   AND
DEVELOP   ALL   RESOURCES
Susflestetl Th.t the Advertising ot
Western Canada be Centred in One
Organization, Having as its Slogan
���Ten Million For Western Canada
III the Next Ten Years.'
Arrangements are being completed
for a convention In tbe city of Norm
Battlefovd, lo which there Is being
Invited representative of tho Dominion government, tho governments
of Iho various provinces, from the
various railway companies, the ollles
II ul towns and in addition, all those
who are luti res'ed in the promulgation of and carrying out "I th's
Scheme, which Is to build an empire
with ��� population ot 10.000.00C people iii lentil, iiiiiI ihe accomplishment
Of IiiiiI end in Ien years. This colom-
gallon convonllon will be a mosl interesting meeting and the outcome
will be awaited with interest by ono
end all. The North iiniticfonI board
of trade has issued an announcement
III reference lo llll convention ns billow.:
Western Canada must hnve a population of 10,000,000 pooplo within the
next Ion vein's. This, mul tho way to
accompli-. II, Is iiilorosling news,
nnd Ibe very adoption of sue], a
slogan ns 10,000,000 in Ion years is a
spl llil  goal  to aim   for.
Providing tho men and women or
Western Canada will devoto their attention imd energies towards a com-
heusive und united scheme Cor tbe
ablishmenl of nn empire, with i
pulatlon of 10,000,000 people, bound-
FEWER  RZCRLITR  FOR  ARMY
Continued Aciivit/ in Trade and Emigration  Have  Affected  Scheme
of   Recruiting
The annual repor on recruiting for
tho British arm} for tho your ending
September   30,   l!'l".,   published   as   u
parllamontni') paper, Bhows thai the
I number of recruits wbo joined the
regular .rmy, excluding re-enllst-
Iments,    and coloahil imps recruits,
I was 38,091, a decr<-Se Ot "���'-"-'���"' as
compared with tbe previous year,
while Ibe figures tor the special re-
servo were 18,464, a decrease of ",-
087.
The general results, it is oo��erved,
have been disappointing, whilst tho
recent Increased competition by Iho
royal navy, and th, facilities for obtaining work provided b,\ the government Labor exchange, have had an
adverse effect, the poor results ,'c-
hievod nre attributed mainly lo continued activity in trade and emigration. 178,488 male British subjects
emigrated from the I nlted Klugdom
during   1018,   and,   though probably
only a small propot'tlo.. were men
who would have enlisted, >'i the reporl  declares the  non  who  emigrate
in most eases leave vacancies In tbe
Held of employment al homo to be
tilled, perhaps, by ono who in other
circumstances would haw entered the
army.
pr
po
lakes
Whilst ot In
signs of slacker
tlto for tinskilli
couraglng from a
view    tO   note   I llll
auguratod n
facilities fo
<   thero     buve   been
ng in Canada's nppe-
1  laborers,  it  is  dis-
i recruiting point of
Vustralla has ln-
rluine  ottering    special
Immigration of lads be
tween 10 nnd _
tween which the
now Join tho spc
regular army.
ihe very ages be-
lajorlty ot recruits
nl reserve nnd the
WESTERN   CANADA   NEWS
ed on the east hy tho great
mid tho Hudson Hay ports, and on lhe
west by Iho Pacific ocean With its
splendid harbors, and keeping in
mind continuously tho opeulng nf the
Panama canal, It will be acoompllui-
ed.
Wo have all the facilities at our
disposal for tho building ot the grandest empire which either ancient or
modern history bus ever known. The
opportunities are waiting at ovv
hands. It remains for us to go In and
possess the land. True, thin would
seem lo havo been the burden ot our
efforts for some years, but as all
growth '.tings With Its new phases,
involves new conditions, presents
new Ideas, It would seem lhat the
time is at hand when we should set
ourselves lo the accomplishment or
oven a greater era of development
than baa gOlK by In the last 25 years.
Heretofore, we have been laying the
foundation, constructing railways,
building harbors, and bringing Into
the country merely an advance guard
of colonization. The day ot the
pioneer is past, nud the pioneer has
done ids work well. We have now entered upon ten years of nation building.
Method of Scheme
For tlie building of this empire���
tho creation of a population of 10,-
(lUO.OOO In Western Cauada in ten
years���it is suggested that there be
formed the Western Canada Colonization , and Development League,
whose purpose shall b> the keeping
before the public of the world the
many advantages, resources nnd possibilities of Western Canada as a
whole. Up to the present, Western
Canada has been advertised largely
by tho railways, each of which gave
prominence to tbo development of
tho area with success ot their lines
or proposed lines. Every city has
been advertising its own attractions.
The governments of the various provinces have been advertising their
own province, and thousands of individuals have been advertising their
individual attractions, It is now suggested that iho advertising of West
crn Canada be centred In one organization
It is recognized that many of the
sources of advertising and develop
incut referred to would desire lo continue lo a certain extent, their own
advertising, for the direct benefit of
tlio specific areas whin'- Ihey controlled, or were interested in, but It
Is believed thnt one uud all of these
organisations mid Individuals will
readily recognize advantages which
will accrue through their devoting a
portion of their present advertising
appropriations lo the achievement, of
thiB' greal. end. There would nlso be
advantages in impressing upon tho
peoples of tbo world "Western Canada." Let them onee become attracted to the west, then -let thorn take
their choice ns to where they settle.
As a mailer of fact, With 10,000,000
people In the country, It will make
very little difference where they locate.
Custorio Ports and Outports
The following out ports of custom
and warehousing port: have just been
enacted by order-In-couucll. Edson,
Alberta, undw tbe survey of Edmonton; Waiuwrigh . Alberta, under Ilie
survey of Hdmon nhj Newport, B.C.;
under tho sun y oi Vnncouvor. The
customs outporl of Medicine Hit has
been established ns a cston.d ror.
as hns also tho outporl of Prince Albert. '
"That, none but
and ratepayers be
work until furl lur
boing   given   to   mi
Itriiish subjects
employer, on city
not ice, preference
iri'ied men; cl'flc
iency to be conceded In the interest
of Uio city.' This is a copyjof a resolution passed by the Vancouver city
council recently.
��     ir     ��
The ratepayers of Calgary are
shortly to vote on the erection of
three bridges, the expenditure tor
which will total $512,000. The individual bridges will cos!.: Centre
street, across Bow, $330,000, plus $45,-
000 for Sunnyslde approach; Ninth
street west, across How, $1,0,(500;
Fourth street west, across Elbow,
$77,000,
HOW TO SECURE
SETTLERS-PROBLEM
RESTRICTIONS  PLACED  ON   IMMIGRATION  FROM  EUROPE  BY
AUTHORITIES
J. S. Dennis Says There is Only One
Field Now Altogether Free, and
Th��t Majority of Settlers Will
Come to Canada Thia Year From
United  States.
AFTER   22   YEARA I
Rev.     Pere   Edouard   Cony   Reaches
Edmonton   Alter   Voluntary   Exile
Among Indians
"li secina good to be In civilisation
once more, nfter twenty-two years of
voluntary exile among the Indians  it
the north," The speaker was the Id V,
Pere Edouard Qouy,   rather superior
Of St. Isodon   mission at Port  Smith.
who arrived In Edmonton
from   Athabasca
PRISON REFORMS
ARE ADVOCATED
by
, trom the city
a cent uiy.
lu the ilowin
1 Oblate fathers,
tor
'|bronze
Canada's Water Power
Canada's water power is estimated
at, 16,000,000 horsepower, equal to
an annual production of 36,700,000
tons 'of coal; only 1,016.521 horsepower has been developed.
Winnipeg has appointed a traffic
Inspector tor the city In lha person ot
_. 1'. Lewis, who will in future devote
all if his time to the improvement of
the street, railway system In that city.
Although tne system is owned by a
private company, the city is of the
opinion tbat. officii nt supervision will
liny for the new department out of
the live per cent, profit which goes
to tbe city from the street railway
revenues.
* *   ���
At Winnipeg nn inspector from the
city eugineer's department will in future be in charge of the moving of
houses and other buildings across car
lines and will see that the work of replacing the wires is properly done.
All expenses in connection with the
work done. Including a fee for the inspector's time, will be charged to
the contractor.
* *   *
Vancouver is to have the largest
telescope in the world this summer,
the Dominion government having decided to erect this instrument at the
Meteorological observatory. Point
Grey. The new Instrument will have
a focal length ot fifty feet and the
diameter of the lens 10 feet���20
inches larger than the one at Mount
Wilson,    California,    which    is    100
inches in diameter,
��   ��   ��
An enterprising real estate and
shipping Arm in V&ncouver has suc-
ured a large model of the Panama
canal which is being used for advertising purposes, it shows clearly the
famous (latini lock and the system of
lighthouses along the eaial zone.
CIGARETTE  CURE
Dozen or More Toronto Ladies Trying
to Get Rid of Habit
A dozen or more Toronto ladies
are taking tho cigarette cure which is
being administered by doctors wbo
are associated with the Hoys' Dominion. They do not take the treatment
at the branches of the institution,
where tho boy smokers uro attended
to, but. go to the residences of the
medical attendants.
All the lady patients are reported
as good, self-respecting, respectable
women, although they smoke and
they all sincerely desire to get rid of
tlie habit. They are of good position
and character and some aro well
known In society. In only a very
small degreo aro the patients girls,
most of the number being wives and
mothers. Originally there were merely one or two, but recommendations
of tlie success met with has caused
a daily Increase.
,T. R Dennis, bead of the natural
resources  department   ot   the  (
addressed a largo gathering ot business men at u smoker given by tha
board of trade nt Lethbridge ri ntly,
He referred Ij Ihe wonderful development of iho west In tho forty-twoI
vcars of his experience or it. when
'Winnipeg had only  1,100 people, and |
iho district between tbat post and|
Victoria, was known on the map as
ihe American desert.
Urban deovlopmont, however, had
been   far   In  tidvanen  of  agricultural
development, This brought Hie people of the WBSl to face resulting conditions, The "hot-air" period had
passed, aud tho .problem to be solved
nt the present lime wus that of agricultural development for laying permanently, till foundation of the Western Canada io be us optimists looked
forward to it- Tlie solution of this
problem had developed a new policy
with the C.P.R. HP to two years ngo
Ihey wero merely selleri of land. Now
they were colonizers, In that no land
was sold without an obligation that
residence  should  be  taken    up    and
agricultural operations undertaken.
How to get the people was the problem.
Difficulties in Europe
In the Ilritish Isles thero was small
opportunity for obtaining the desire 1
agricultural Immigration, in Europe
the policy was handicapped In that, :j
get tlie class ot Immigrants, the company bad to meet with restrictions by
tbo authorities. Holland, Denmark
and Boiglum wero practically the
only countries open. In Germany and
Austria an Immigration policy was
n ade impossible. In Norway it was
limited, and In Swede., prohibited.
The, company had, therefore, in fact
only the HelQ of the United States
entirely available.
Mr. Dennis dwelt on lhe Import- ling the traffic
auco of irrigated lands and the necessity for indlvidral effort iu prevent-:
lug any of the wrong Impression
which carried against them. It was
difficult to obtain immigrants from irrigated area:: and (10 per cent, ot ihe
farmers, who came over from the
United States knev/ nothing about irrigated areas.
Encourage  Mixed  Farming
The speaker urged the necessity on
hoards of trade of enlistin;; tho sympathy and working with the fanners
as the only means for the desired development, To encourage mixed farming was the solution of the agricultural problem, and to this end the
C.P.it. in its ready-made farm policy
extended purchase payments to twenty years and advanced $1,000 worth
of iive slock lo those wbo Intended
going In for extensive farming. He
looked to little agricultural Immigration from the ilritish Isles this year.
Though  Immigration would   not    be)
'    ity
to
relies  of  the
let cross and
crucifix tucked In '.lis girdle,
P'R'ilo heavy untrlmmed dark beat'!  be-
PRISONERS   COST   COUNVRY   Or-'g
DOLLAR   PEF.   DA f   IN   EXCESS
OF   EARNINGS
Parole     Officer     Archibald   Makes  ���
Plea  For Prison Labor���Impossible
to    Expect    Good   Results   From  ���
Man Who ,s Helu at a Stone Pile
The annual report of tho inspectors
of penttonttarles   l'or tbo Usui year
ending .March 31st.  HUM, was .ccciit-
whito    streaks  of I ]y hilii on the table of the house of
rail
after being   away I
nearly a quarter of
black
large
tan of l
UU05   I'i
ginning   to    show
grey, bul. with the healthy
north  on  his  face,  Father
seats a striking Bgnrc.
Sees His First Auto
"i saw ai  Athabasca an auto lor
lhe   llrst   time,"   said   Father   Oouy,
"Such   tllltlgS   were  nol   dreamed   'if
when, as a young nitni of '2f<.  1  lefi
for the north to work among the Indians.    Edmonton  was tben    but  a
village,   of courso l hnve kept truck
of  lis  growth  through the newspapers,   although  wo  received    papers
only    during the summor, by canoes
winter    mall carriers by d"s: tPams
confining  themselves  to letters."
Is Going to France
Father (lony will rest in Edmonton | \n
a Tew days, and then after a short'
trip to Bt. Albert tor the purpose of
visiting    Bishop Legal, ho will start
tor Nantes, Prance, where he will vis-
It his aged parents,   Before-his return he will go to Koine tor an aud-
leco With Pope PiUS, and expects to
arrive again ln Edmonton next September, when he will go once more to
I _rt Smith, perhaps to spend the
rest of his life In his self-sacrificing
labor for the education and tho uplifting ot tlie Indians. --
Soo  Locks   Busier Thao   Panama
No  less  than   72  million   tens   ol
freight,  passed  through  the   locks  ol
Sault Stc. Marie, on the Great Lakes
last  year.    These  locks,  which  con
neet  Lake Superior with    tho lotfet
lakes are now- a feature ot our In
land navigation Bystom, tor through
them pusses nearly 76 per cent, of thi
entire lake traffic.
To increase tho facilities for hand
n the American side
is unilei
diminished he thousht the bulk would
arrive from the United States.
Flour Export to Germany
Canada's exports of flour to Germany have more than doubled during
the past six years. For the year ended March 81, 1913, tlio export
amounted to $4,47 .043 barrels, with
a value of nearly $20,000,000. In 1908
tho amount w��i 1,96.3.0 barrels,
valued at $S,4���4,954.
TRAIN  LOAD OF COAL  DAILY
That Was the Lethbridge Record for
1913, According to Correct
Figures
In the year 1913, the province ot
Alberta produced 4,306.340 tons ot
coal. Lethbridge, including the district within one huni'red miles of this
city, produced 3,300,000 tons, or 66
per cent, ot the total output of lhe
r.ovince.
Allowing forty Ions to the car, the
output of tht Crow's Nest Pass for
the year in carioads, was 70,000 or
1,400 trainloads, allowing 2,000 tons
to each train. Lethbridge alono provides tonnage for 372 trains each
year, on tlie     .3 basis of production.
Tlie total number of men employed
in tho coal mines of Alberta ' ts
8,068 and of thi number, the mines
in the Pas.s ' icluding Lethbridge and
Taber, employed 4,368, or 64.2 per
cent, of the total. Of tho total of
2,815,465 tons mined in the district,
the Pass mines produced 1.774,790
tons; Lethbridge, 740.452 ions; Taber, 200,459 tons; 1'incher Creek, 77,-
005 tons; How Island 12,095 tons, end
Milk  Kivcr 2,499 tons.
a lock of exceptlt mil Bb
construction, ns an addition to
two existing lotjks. while
has been commenced For
lock.
The traffic to be handled is enormous, and navigation is stopped by
ice for or about four months each yea:
(ordinarily from Dec. 15 to April 16).
Consequently, il Is of the utmost'importance to hiiuillc the vessels
promptly and enable Ihem to make as
many trips as possible during the
navigation  season.
In 1905, congress authorized the
widening of Hie canal, while In 190/
an appropriation was made for the
construction of a third lock with an
llndopendei't canal, 'lhe canal widening was completed in 1911, and the
new lock and canal are expected to
bo In operation at tlm beginning ol
navigation in 1915, or possible earlier.
It was subsequently conslered desirable to duplicate tlie traffic capac-
as to provide against Interruption
traffic in the event of any accident at tlio third lock. This duplication Is a feature of the locks on the
Panama canal, where the traffic will
bo much less in volume than at "the
Soo." The additional lock was authorized by congress in 1912, ami work
is now In progress on the excavation.
With all this work completed, there
will be the tr.ique spectacle of two
parallel and adjacent canals with
four parallel single-lift locks.- Engineering News.
'minions at Ottawa, and contains a
largo number of Interesting fuels uiul
figures, There were 1,970 (onvlcis
In custody at *bo end of tlie flSOOl
yenr, of whom 981 were Canadian
born, Tbe cost per capita ranged
from fSII8>M In Kingston to $700.58
in Saskatchewan, Alberta being
8420.40,
"The faot," ropoits Inspectors Douglas Stewart and VV. 8, Hughes, "___
rneh mnn sentenced to hard labor
iosts tbo country a dollar per day in
excess ot his earnings seems to require explanation." As remedies, they
BilggeBl ill That 'he penitentiaries
be administered by the minister
i through Ids responsible officers, and
nun local or other oxternal in-
| terference;   and   12)  lhat. tho government    Utlilzo the obligatory l-.bor ot
its wards In supplying as far as pos-
isihle, its own needs and requirements
I such as articles required for the various departments <i the government
445 Prisoners Paroled
Parole officer    Archibald    report-
that during the fiscal yen. 445 prisoners were released on parole from penitentiaries' am"  470 fror.i the provln-
clal jails.   The number of cancellations tor non-compliance wit��    th��
condition of license wa.'. "2, or three
per cent., and the number of forfeitures for subsequent conviction was
45, or 1.9 per cont.
Mr.   Archibald   makes   a   pica   Tor
! prison labor.    "The penitentiary," _ *
| says, "surely  sbou'l  bo  n  place  lo
qualify and fit mm   for usefulness in
life,  even   If   tbey     Ive  gone    astrav
and this emu   l be accomplished until
ia more sane r'ul humanitarian system
lis Inaugurated,    it  Is Impossible to
expect good result.: from a man who
lis  held  ill   .<  stone  pile or kept at
' menial  abor   all  through    hla       n-
vatlon I nee."
fourth | Warden McCaulay'3 Report
!   Warden McCaula.   lu his annual *<���-
I port, of the Alberta penitentiary, re*
t'ers to Hi ��� completion of the wa:'en _
house, the wing cell block   and the
I foundation��for tin workshops, an'.
: ys the brick yard has supplie 1
nl lhe brick necessary for tho buili.
: in. h. The farm supplied all the vegetables for tho Institution, and tho
coal mine furnisher all.the coal.
I    Dr. A. Forln, surgeon of the pent
Itentlary, and Jlie Protestant and Catholic chaplains, Rev. Dr. McQueen
and Puttie.- ,T. A. Cullette, also submit ted reports.
GEN.   GREELY'S   BIRTHDAY
Former Arctic Explorer 70 Years Ole),
Celebrated Birthday Recently
As vigorous and active as many of
half his age, Major-Oeneral Adolphu*
(Ireely, famous as a soldier ami Arctic explorer, has reached '.lie seventieth milestone of his Tfe's journey.
Since liis retirement from active service six years ago tleneral Greet.
has made his residence- in Washington, D.C. Much of his time, however,
has been spent in tbe study of aviation, military affairs and geography
and kindred sciences.
More than .liirty years ago General
Greely'attracted world-wide attention
  j by ;,, polar expedition,  of which  _���
West's First Flax Factory was Hie chief.   The expedttUi sailed
Tho appalling waste ot valuable northward In 1881 It contained 25
flax fibre ea-i v��a. is emphasized n members, ot whom only seven came
the ..Interne.: t lhat, in 1014, the tl. x back. Two relief expeditions failed
fields of the west bave produced over to llnd the Oreely party, and --hen
two million tona nt llax straw, r-epre- dually rescued by the third expedl-
senting four hundred thousand tons lion, sent under command of Cap',
of fibre, and that all or this wealth Wtnfield Scotl Schley, the survivors
of raw material is now in ashes and of the party were nearly crazed witir
scattered to the four Comoro of those hunger.
Many Homestead Entries
It appears there bas beer, a rush of
business at the Woyburn Dominion
lands office during the last eight
months, during which period tlie revenue has amounted to $75,752, or an
average of more than $9,000 per
month. The cost of operation lias
been $450 per mouth, or 5 per cent.
of the receipts. The eight months
show that 350 homestead entries have
been made In the Weyburn district,
and lhat fees for 142 pre-emptions
have been paid in.
School Population of Quebec
Quebec province is full of children.
Tbls year, according to government
figures, 370,200 children attendo
the Catholic schools and 52,400 the
Protestant schools. There are no
'public" schools so called in that province. A school registration of 422,-
015 out of a total population ot 2,000,-
000 seems to be pretty fair.���Canadian Courier.
broad western plains.
There is, however, ono little spot
on the plains where flax straw is net
regarded as rubbish, to bo burned ami
got rid of as soon as the harvest Is'
over. Away southwest of Saskatoon,
on the Goose Lake branch of tho
Canadian Northern, at the bright little town of Kosetowu, llax straw is
being used for purposes of manufacture in the first flax factory to be
established anywhere in Western
Canada.���Norman Lambert in Industrial Canada.
Medal For Bravery
R. S. McKenzie, Indian agent, Ken-
ora, after considerable delay and correspondence, is in receipt, through
the department of Indian affairs at
Ottawa, of a bronze medal, beautifully engraved, awarded by the Koyal
Canadian Humane association, ta
Alexander Mandamin, a pupil of the
Cecilia Jeffrey boarding school, aged
10 years, for his heroic act in ihe
rescue of Charles E. Aitkin from
drowning in Shoal lake In December,
1913. This medal will be presented
to Alex Mandamin in n suitable manner by Mr. McKenzie in due ti te.
Provide  Home for Lepers
The late Lord Strathconn by a codicil to his Will left $25,000 to John
Hums lo provide a home for lepers
in tho United Kingdom,
Canadian Import Trade
The apparent indifference of British manufacturing firms toward the
Canadian Import trade, has prompted
the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
in London to establish a* British manufacturers' section. Nearly a hundred
firms, among them some of the most
prominent in Kngland, have joined Iho
section, and it has been decided to
take collective action immediately,
for a trade campaign to capture the
greater proportion of import trade in
the Dominion of manufactured goods.
Another matter that will receive
early attention will be the Canadian
transportation problems, taking into
consideration the freight position aj
it will exist consequent upon tb_
working of tlie Panama canal.
New Demonstration Farm
One hundred and thirteen acres
will be set apart by the Southern Alberta Land Company for a demonstration farm on their new tract which
is about to be opened up. The farm
in iptestion will be located 113 miles
cast of Bow river at Uonolane and
will bo in charge of an experience-
Irrigationist from Colorado.
Alfalfa nnd other field crc;3 will
bo grown on the farm, of whlcb _
large portion has already been
.roTten and leveled in preparation to
ccetve water. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1869
Capital Paid Up 111,560,000       Reserve aud Undivided Profits _.3,000,000
A Cl.Nl.KAl, BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTKD
DRAFTS ISSUED
Payable in nil parts of the world
Special attention given to Savings Depnrtiueut ami Transactions of Ordinary Hanking Business by mail
COURTENAV IIRANCII   -   R, II. HARDWICKK, .Mgr.
CUMBER .AN-  HUANCII   -   1). M. MORRISON, Mgr.
Campbell's
The Courtenay Review
Ami Comox Valley Advocate
A Weekly Newspaper,   Published  at
Courteuay, ll C.
N. ii. itiiiu.N, Billtor and Proprietor
Subscription 81,60 per Year iu  Advance
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1914
New Rea! Estate Firm
LAZO
CI'! u
For  Choice
e
Family Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
and
EX
Messrs, Hicks Beach & Field
moved into their handsome new
building ou Isobel street lust week.
They have also installed a large
safe with a number of safety deposit
boxes fur rent, which should prove
of value to the people hereabouts.
The Oiuiueca Herald of New
Hazelton in its hist issue has the
following to say in connection with
their departure from that place.
"When the train pulled out last (J -Q PriC.! ��Q _/_.!
Sunday morning it tcok away
some of the best and oldest residents from the old town. E. II.
Hic'-s Beach, Mrs. Hicks Beach
and family mid Fred Field have
f;ono to Courteuay, Vancouver
Island, where tbey will open a i
Real Estate and Insurance ollice
Mr. Hicks Beach nud family have!011 tllL' sPorts .rounds, recently
been residents of the old town for acquired bv lite Athletic Club,
many years and thev were always The grounds ate berug ploughed
considered among tlie first families lmul &ra,decl and will be be seeded
ct lhe district. In all matters d��wu a��e,rthe ground.has settled,
the  public  welfare IA ��00:1 Jol) ls beln8 made,  and
READY-TO-WEAR GOODS
I.allien and MisseaHuusc Dresses, Child-
reus Dresses and pinafores, ladies lawn
ami fancy muslin blouses. Tailored shiii
waists in linen and si!!;. Special value
in ladies summer uiulervests an.l combinations, from 25c to |1.25
SHOES
luvictus shoes for women iu nun metal
patent .'ind Vlcl kid,  in the newest foot
form steles, Queen Quality American
Sinus in plain and unitrcsseil kid, III
Black, Brown antl White, with the new
receding toe, Special value In children s
school sliiics, Novelties In children's
footwear, Ladies, Misses and Children's
patent unit tan slippers and pomps
TENNIS SHOES
Ladies    anil    Gent's   tennis    siloes   in
laced nnd Oxfords
WASH GOODS
Andersons fnuious Zephyr Ginghams lu
small nud large black and white checks
iind plaids, also self coloured and [nudes
at 7 viIs, for sl.OO
OUR MOTTO
IKE LOWEST
Work on AtlJe'ic Grounds
Men nnd tennis nie busy at work
pertaiuing to lite public
ihey were leaders and in social and
public circles Ihey will be greatly
missed. At the same time the
best wishes of the community will
follow them to their new homes,
when completed the grottuds  will
be a decided asset to the town
A. \V.  Lee,   Dominion Express
route agent, is in   town   inspecting
had  Field  is one of the best (the local office'to-day!
known and best liked   young  men I
of the northern interior. He first J- VV, McKenzie jr, had the mis-
tvent to Hazelton as a small boy fortune to cut a guide in liis wrist
with Rev. and Mrs. Field and with j whilst doing a little amateur cob-
tire exception of the time he was in Mug ou Sunday last. Stick to
England at school he spent practic-! your own trade, Johnnie.
ally all liis life in Hazelton, Jle
will be missed quite ns much as his
partner .Mr, Hicks Beach,"
Messrs. Hicks Beach and Field
have erected u handsome two storey
ofiice building at Courtenay, It is
modern in every respect and has till
the latest conveniences. As a firm
they will start in business with the
very best reputation possible to
have their success is assured as the
country grows and develops.
Mr. W. G. Robertson, who lias
successfully managed Peacey's drug
store for the pas' ten months, has
purchased the business. Since coming to Courteuay Mr. Robertson
has made many business and social
friends who will join with the Review in wishing hint hick in his
venture,
Some Comox Indians celebrated
Empire Day on  Tuesday  in  their
usual manner, if they get a chance
Thos. Aitken  has arrived  back but being a duy lute their  patriot-
from Portland where be  has been ism did not appeal to  Constable
attending the dental college, i Haunay, who  was   called  to  the
reserve to help'in the celebration.
Chief Engineer Bambridge audi Tom George and George Mitchell
other C, P. 1 . officials were in were each fined .2 and costs by
Courtenay ou Friday inspecting the Wesley Willard, J. P. whilst Tom
new station building. They ex- Jones, an Ontario Indian, win is
pressed satisfaction ut the way the accused of supplying the liquor is
work is progressing. remanded for further enquiries,
Store, Offices and Suite of
Rooms To Let
We wish to announce that we have
leased the Calhoun Block, situated
ou the main street, next The  Royal
Bank of Cauada
Tbis block contains tvVo good stores with one suite
of rooms and a number of offices and are the best in
Courtenay us they are all plastered, well lighted
and ventilated nnd steam heated throughout with hot
and cold water, baths, etc, One store will he occupied by the undersigned, tlie rest lor rent
For particulars apply t<>
Loggie Bros.      Phone 34
roN
OVERLOOKING COMOX HARBOUR
with its snow clad mountains in the back .mound, sea and green fields in
the foreground, it makes ;t picture worth painting
T H E    W IIIT E    O IT Y
We do not sell lo Asiatics
We asked you  some months  ago to  watch it grow,
which is now an assured fact.    We have only
A   Few   Waterfrontage   Lots
unsold, so if von want to spend a good time with
vour fa t.'ily tins corning summer boating, bathing
and fishing, do not delay seeing us, The youngsters
do nothing but talk about Roy's Beach from the
time tbey leave until they get back Ring up 36
British Columbia Investments Ltd.
HARRY IDIENS, Manager
Jaiancsc cotton crepe ckitli in all shades
at 25c per yard
Plain and fancy Crepes al 20c per yd.
Dimities,  Piques,   Di dford  cords, Vest-
ings, I,aw ns, Organdies und fancy muslins
at popular prices '
PONGEE SILKS
Special value this week in Pongee Silks
Extra wide widths 50c to 51, per \,\.
Heavy cord coating pongee $1,50 per yd.
Pongee Shirt  Waists, Pongee shirts  in
white, champagne and natural
Ladies Satin Underskirts in Tango, Pink
Canary, Purple and Cerise at $2.50 each
Boys Wash Suits and blouses anil Shirt
Waists
Boys Seperate pants in blue and  white
stripe and plain white duck
Hoys Cashmere sweaters,   buttoned on
shoulder, in Uyle, white,  slate, maroon,
navy and combination colours
Bin's and Youths Balbriggau underwear
in all sizes al 7.5c per suit
Hoys White Duck striped linen and crash
wash hats, also lines i 1 straws and felts
boys Sneakers in all sizes in naw, white,
Ian and black. Also a line line of little
gents dress shoes in black and tan
Trunks and Suit Cases. A shipment of
these just arrived, unusually good values
(knts White Duck and drill tennis pants
with well shaped hips aud belt loops,
plain and wide cuffs bottoms
Mens Conger silk shirts iu natural, while
and champagne
Mens summer underwear, Porous* knit, |
with or without sleeves, knee and ankle
length drawers, iji natural and white,
50c a garment; also summer weight iu
wool in while and natural at 75c per
garment
Mens  Combinations,   porous,   with  or
without sleeves, knee and ankle length;
also   the   popular   B.   V.   D.   garment
at J 1.50 per suit
Mens  fine  cashmere  Sweaters in combination    colors,   buttoned     iu    front
$2.5(1 and $3.00
Mens   Straw   Hats   in   all   shapes   and
qualities from 4'1.00 to <2,5()
Mens Invietns   sho. s in black, tan and
patent,   lace  and   button,   in   Balmoral
and Oxfords
���Mens light weight Pyjamas, best quality;
also a fine selection ill night gowns
AUTOMOBILES
Cents I.iucu Auto Dusters, double breasted with Pearl button trimmings, heavy
large   patch pockets, with   elastic wrist
baud ill sleeve, ��5.00 each
W. G. & R. SHIRTS
liven- shirt bearing this brand is guaranteed to be fast colors, made in self
colors and stripes in Cambric, Percale
uud Zephyr, with attached anil detachable
collars and reversible cuffs
The  Corner  Store,  Sandwick
First Class Groceries, Hoot-, Shoes,
Dry Goods, Hardware, Etc.
As i - 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
*_���, eleplione   4
Parian Bros.
Proprietors
LaForest & Fortune
General Blacksmiths
COMOX       -       B. C.
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse l.n-
giues and Pumping Outfits
Horseshoeing  and   Boat   Irons
a Specialty
Try o'ir Excelsior Hoof
Ointment
All Work Guaranteed
Empire Day in
Courtenay and District
CUMBERLAND
Empire Day was celebrated on j
Monday ill Courtenay and District J
in a fitting manner. The day wan
variable but fortunately the rain
kept away. In Courtenay flags
were flying from all the principal
Government buildings etc, whilst
the shipping at the wharves displayed bunting' of all colors, (Oh,
wake up Ed. this is not. 1924.)
Excuse me.
Empire Day Ims been conceded
to Cumberland in the district, aud
right well did she do herself. Over
30 events were on the sports pro-
giam for the day, and these
furnished great interest for the
large numbers of spectators who
thronged the grounds.
The baseball games were a surprise, the Japanese team winning
from Cumberland, Union Bay and
Bevan, Courtenay won the 5 a
side football match.
What was the matter with our
Courtenay boys, they were not
represented in the other events, it
is tune we had an Athletic Club to
make our men come out. Joe
Davis of Comox won the old man's
race and also came second in the
open quarter, going some for a
man 69 years of age.
A large crowd availed themselves of the kindness of the
Colliery Company, and left by the
special train from the Riverside
platform in the morning aud returned in good spirits abmt 10 p.
tn. after spending au enjoyable dav.
The West Cumberland Conservative Band rendered some fine
jtrsic during ti:   day, and  looked
very well in tlieir new uniforms.
_ e Cumberland Gleemen gave au
open air concert and after that the
Symphony Orchestra supplied the
music for the enjoyable dance which
took place after.
Taken altogether the Cumberland
committee ar-. to be congratulated
ou the splendid program they put.
on and the admirable way all
arrangements were carried out,
Opening Shoot of
the Gun
Club
The opening shoot of the newly
formed Courtenay Gun Club took
place on Thursday afternoon, a
good number of members and spectators being present. The trap
took a few hours lo fix, the professional and amateur mechanics
having some little difficulty iu getting the correct adjustment which
is rather intricate. At 5 p. m. the
signal was given to let her go and
the shooting commenced, Some
fair shooting took place and there
is no doubt that with the material
in hand the Club* will be able to
render a good account of themselves.
The trap ouce going worked well.
POLICE COURT
On Thursday afternoon at the
Police Court House C. E. London
of Comox, was taken before Wesley Willard, J. P. and charged
with carrying a gun without a
license. Information was laid by
Game Warden Dawley that accused
was shooting pigeons to which
charge London pleaded guilty. - He
was fined $5 ar.d costs. %
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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Comes witli the months cf spring nnd ;it PHroTey's
everything is ready fnr the cyclist and the motbt'ist.
The I9I4 "Indian" Motorcycle, the n>i.| "OveVland"
Cars am1 the New Cycle Models by Ihe wcrld's
leading makers all await vour choice. Send for Iree
catalogue today
730
YATES
ST.
THOS. PLUMY I ���
VICTORIA,  E.  C
I 727-735
:.son
ST.
PERCY  WINCH PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS" '    t ,   CoA"'ox' B'c'      n
First-class   Accommodation,   Best
51 Dr i_Y,   B. C. Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
 __ R.  McCuish, Prop.
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.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation       Cusine lixcclli 11
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
Willard's Harness Emporium
C. E. Tfldesleyj*
B. C. L. S.
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SURVEYS, DRAUGHTING
DESCRIPTIONS (or DEEDS
Apply at
Riverside Hotel,    Courtenay
ress and
Stables
Exp
Dray   	
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone  29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JUDSON ST., COURTKNAY
���'ine Showing of  Horse  Blankets,    .up
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, l.tc.
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
COURTENAY, B. C.
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Beit. Meals North of Naniaruo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
 ..... . ���,.
Palaee Livery
..Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable P.ates
We also attend to wood hauling
JAS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
Courteuay Phone 35
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BEST WINES an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
COMOX
1 had the pleasure the other day
while in Gomox, of attending a
meeting of the Salt Barrel Club, in
their room on Main Street, It was
a special lessiou ol the club, two
able speakers biing present to ad-
dreys the audience. The chair,
I which consisted of a dices ��� box,
was ably filled by Cyril Piercy, who
after making a few remarks as t<>
the nature of the meeting, hoped
ihe audience would keep good order
nnd give both speakers a fair hearing as they were bnth goin^ to talk
uu the general topics of the day.
The first speaker was a resident of
Happy Valley, but formerly of that
ti^ht little island called Hengland,
mi the other side of the herring
pond, lie spoke with an English
jnccent, and was togged out with,
the regulation suit, consisting of a
Tom und Jerry coal, and buckskin
breeches, aud when he mounted
the platform he resembled a pugilist
who had run out of a job, but he
had bis subject well iu hand, a_d
handled it to his own satisfaction.
He sailed into the Borden Govern-'
inent, denouncing it as the rotten-
est government Canada was cursed
with. Then lie sailed into the
Hick McBride Government���that
il is run by a gang of grafters aud
crooks aud blacklegs aud egg-
suckers, and Dick McBride is robbing the poor man, and making the
rich man richer. He said this
country is getting filled with English dukes and lords, and soon the
poor man will be taxed lo help to
keep them. He thinks they should
have a parliament at Dublin. He
thinks by what little he has heard
aLottt Ireland that the natives are
a smart people aud quite capable
to govern themselves. He said he
was not qttiie sure where Ireland
is located, but as far as he can find
out, it is in the south of France.
Mr. LaForest was the next speaker
and was in fine form. He is an
able platform speaker, and as he is
a fine robust looking man, aud
being very neatly attired, he got a
great reception, and after taking a
tresh chew of Black Watch he got
down to business. He sailed into
the first speaker aud knocked every
plank out of his platform. He
said it was all rot about the Borden
Government. He said it was the
best government Cauada ever had,
atrd any galoot who is uot satisfLd
with it should get out. He said he
eau lick any mau who throws dirt
at such a government, and that the
people have prospered under it,
He knew some of the natives in
Comox who used to subsist on
mush and milk for breakfast; milk
aird mush for dinner; and both for
srrpper, but since the present government have been in power, they
have buckwheat pancakes three
times every day, except Sunday.
Then he made a few remarks about
the McBride Government. What
the other speaker said was just li' e
what he would expect from a man
who had no more brains than a
toad has feathers. He said there
is a great chance at Nob Hill for
all English lords and dukes who
want to locate there; that they can
find work with the farmers, and
will uot be a burden on the ratepayers. Then 'he proceeded to
refute charges of the other speaker,
that Ireland is not treated right,
aud went on to explain that Ireland
has more freedom than any other
place, except Comox, aud he thinks
the speaker from Happy Valley
should go home and put his head
to soak and not come to Comox
and make a public exhibition of
his ignorance. He then concluded
his address, amid grea. applause.
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Embalmers
Night or Day Calls [Promptly
Attended
Phone 27
Courtenay
Summer Boat Schedule
Tuesday, Cowichan arrives at
8.15, leaves at 11, 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 ii, p. m.
Sunday,   Cowichan   arrives   at
8.15 a, m., leaves at 4 p. m.
 ���-���-.	
Some time ago the Saskatchewan
Government enacted a law forbidding white women to be employed
by orientals. Two Regina Chinamen carried an appeal to the Privy
Council aud were defeated.
HEADQUARTERS        !DR. J. E. MONTGOMERY
New arrivals are reported   daily.
On Monday work began in t\,c
machine shop, and the cheery
whistle now informs the inhabitants
of Headquarters, when to eat, as
it used to do.
Mr. and Mrs. l'ietela have returned.
Ou Monday, Empire Day, a party
numbering about eight or ten
people joined the Cumberland train
at Cou. euav, and spent a most
enjopable day among the levellers
at Cumberland. A train was sent
down to fetch them in the evening.
Many familiar faces ire seen
among those coming to work at
the Logging Camp, among them
Mr. Gerald Fagen, It is exj ected
that many mote men will arrive by
every boat this week.
PHYSICIAN
aud SURGEON
Telephone M 92      COMOX, B. C.
F-   PIKE
Plastering Contractor
Thi' Dyke -OI'KTl.NAY
Estimates Furnished   Work Guaranteed
If You Buy a Camera
Buy a Good One
We are agents for
EASTMAN KODAKS,!
BROWNIE CAMERAS,
FILMS, PAPERS,
and OUTFITS
Peaey _ Drag Stop.
COURTENAY
MRS. KEPNER
DliAr.IiK  IN
Ladies' Fancy Goods
OK  AM,  KINDS
Dressmaking and
Ladies' Tailoring
Perez Block, Courtenay
In North and South, in East
and West,
Aston'sHand madeShoes will
stanI the Test.
J-  ___���  AS TON
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
NEW   ENGLAND   HOTEL
CUMBERLAND
Bar supplied  with the finest brands of
Liquors and Cigars
JOS. WALKER Proprietor
Leroy S. Cokely
Dominion and  B. C.
Land Surveyor
Office in Capt. Heailnell's Building
COURTENAY
B.C.
RESTMORE
HOTEL
COURTENAY   -   B. C.
The Most Home-Like Hotel North
of Victoria
Best of Attention Given to Guests
Rates Reasonable
Faber & Faber, Props.
Telephone 35
OPENING
Of Tailoring and Gents' Furnisihing
Store in premises lately occupied
by J. Young, Photographer
Suits ni.'iile to order {22.00 up
Pants niaile to order 5.50 up
Overcoats made to order 17...) up
A nice line of Gents' Furnishings, Underwear, Overshirts, Socks, Suspenders,
Overalls, Etc. come and see the Silk
and Wool mixed Underwear, the best in
the market
T. D. HIND
Prop.
Wood!_ Wood!
Price $4.50 per load
or cord delivered
Price $3.25 per load
in the bush
D. CUDMORE ��� Courtenay
Try an Ad. in The Review
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed aud Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder
COURTENAY
GARDEN TOOLS
Spades, long or short handle, $1.00
Forks, long handle* $1.40
Forks, long handle $1.50
Hoes, at 50,60 and 75 each
Rakes, at 40, 50, 60, 75, 85 and $1
Wheelbarrows, each $5.00
Rose Spray, 35 and 50 per bottle    Soluble Sulphur Tree Spray
The Best for all Fruit Trees
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY     -    and     -      CUMBERLAND THE COURTENAY REVIEW
NOTICE!
Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Lands
Every conveyance from the Esquimalt & Nanaimo
Railway Company, not already registered, should
be lodged in the Land Registry Office before May
31st, next, pursuant to the Land Registry Act
Amendment Act 1914.
L. H. SOLLY,
Land Agent
Facts and Fancies
On the Courtenay River ,lriftsastuhho-n
motor boat,
And Smith un angry innn is he when he
cannot make the shore,
He cusses softly to himself nnd tries the
blooming air,
And wonder's why it did not burst before
he got so far.
The carbureter seems to be the cuuse o'
all his woe;
He tightens half u dozen bolts, but  still
it dosen't go,
And then he tries the steering gear, but
finds no trouble there���
Till   wet   with   prespiration,   then,   he
quits iu sheer despair. :
He squats beside the engine to  give his
brain a chance to cool,
And ponders on his training at   the cor-
respondence school;
And then   he starts the job once more,
until by chance 'tis see   .
The cause of all his trouble is���he's   out
of gasoline.
E.  Fletcher
Boat Builder, Courtenay
builder of Launches and Row Boats.
Oars and Paddles Made to Order. Accessories for Motor boats. District agent
for Ferro and Poss Engines. Patronize
Home Industry
The   Comox   Barber   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courteuay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E.  DALRYMPLI.   Prop.
Notice of Dissolution
of Partnership
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership hitherto existing between us
and carried on at Courtenay under the
style name of Duncan _ Kirch has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts due to the said partnership
must be paid to Mr. H. Newell Birch,
who will continue to carry on the said
business and discharge all liabilities of
the said partnership.
Dated at Courtenay, B. C,   this  7th
day of May, 1914.
Geo. D. Duncan
H. Niswi.r.r. Birch
Witness: C. G. Callin.
Clothes   Cleaning
I beg to notify the
public that I have
opened a Clothes
Cleaning and Pressing Emporium in the
Perez Block, Isabel
Street. First Class
work guaranteed at
reasonable   prices
E. L HEFFNER, Prop.
Perfect Hearing For The
DEAF
The LITTLE GEM EAR PHONE
and AUTO MESSAGE
Come and you will see the simplest and
smallest device in the world. Use it
and you will feel delighted that you
have the MOST WONDBRffUr. piece of
mechanism yet devised for suffering
mankind
Come and let us  PROVE  to  you that we
have conquered your affliction
Come anv timi; and I wn.r, sirow vou
the little Gem Ear Phone, the latest
patented hearing device. You will be
grateful and so pleased with it. You
can hear under all conditions in Church,
Theatre and General Conversation
The   AUTO     MESSAGE   stops   head
noises and is a sure cure for deafness
EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED
Notice of Dissolution
of Partnership
NOTICE is hereby giren that the partnership business hitherto existing between us and carried on at Comox, _. C,
under the style name of Cliffe & Higgins
has this day been disolved by mutual
consent,
The said business wil' in future be
carried on by Edward T, Ciifle, who will
discharge all liabilities in connection
with the said firm and to whom all debts
must be paid forthwith.
Witness our names this Twenty-first
(21) day of April, in the year of Our
Eord one thousand trine hundred and
fourteen,
Wn.MAM B. HrccrNS
Edward T. C .iV-tt
Witness : C G. Callin,
LAND REGISTRY ACT
In the matter of an Application for a
fresh Certificate of Title to _ot 11, in a
subdivision of Eot 186, Comox District,
Map 449.
NOTICE is hereby given of my intention at the expiration of One calendar
month form the first publication hereof
to issue a fresh Certificate of Title in
lieu of the Certificate of Title issued to
Anthony Anderson on the 4th day of
February, 1904, and numbered 9621 C,
which has been lost or destroyed.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, this 5th dav
of May, 1914.
S. Y. WOOTTON.
Registrar General of Titles.
Honors For. A
Cumberland Miner
Hon. Dr, Young, iu his capacity
as Provincial secretary, 00 Thursday received a communication from
the Imperial Government, notifying him that il had beeu determined
to bestow the Kd\vaid medal of the
secotrd class upon Mr, Robert
Henderson, of Cumberland The
recipitent of this coveted bono, for
some years was employed in the
coal mines of South Africa. On
January n, 1913, while employed
at the Hatting Spruit Colliery,
Natal, a serious ''Rob" fire started
in one of the workings, A number
of native "boys" were overcome
by poisonous gases, nnd Mr. Henderson ami another, at the imminent risk of their own lives, effected
11 heroic tvs.tte. It is intended that
the presentation of the medal to
Mr. Henderson shall be made in a
public manner.
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Running A Paper
It's lots ot tun to run a paper,
As you're aware by now,
l'or any one enn cut the caper
Who bus a bulging brow,
A peii and ink, some type and presses,
Fresh items gathered near and far,
A mailing list with good addresses,
An ollice boy, and there ynu are.
If Mrs. Jones should have a pension
l'or wearing last year's hat
You mustn't make a single mention
Of anything like that,
llllt if her daughter has a steady
As soft and sweet as mush,
For tlieir engagement date make ready
With several yards of gush.
Keep all the politicians guessing
And living iu the air
By very cautiously expressing
Opinions here and there,
And when one thinks he has you going
And safely on his side
That's where you make a careless showing
To prove his guess is wide.
And as for profits, never mind it.
The dollar is a fickle friend.
You may and then you may not find it,
But what's the difference in the end?
You miss tlie fun and get the worry,
Forget the weak and pet the strong,
If you are always in a hurry
To see the profits come aloug.
Notice���All letters Intended for
publication, and copy for changes
of ads must reach this offiice by
Monday evening.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Letters to the Editor
Editor Review.
Dear Sir: - As there is a lot uf
Hospital talk just now, the present
seems an opportune time to direct
attention, to some of the advantage8
the Sister's Hospital at Comox lias
in its location over the proposed
one at Courtenay,
Those who visited there last
Thursday could not but be impressed with lhe superior advantages
of the place as a hospital site.
In the llrst place, it is high aud
dry, commanding a view of the
Hay, Islands and Gulf, and is Open
to the bracing and stimulating sea
breezes, one of natures great
healers.
It is away from the foul odor of
decaying salmon which pervades
Courtenav for three months of the
year. Il will also be away from
the bustle, noise aud dust which
will attend the advent of the trail:
service to Cotiitenay, und still be
within easy reach of Courtenay,
Cumberland and the camps.
All thoughtful and unbiased persons will agree that il would be
better to have one thoroughly
equipped and efficent Hospital than
two partly so, there is not sullicent
population to support two, and the
natural consequences would be two
half supported and half efficent
institutions.
In the matter of Government assistance it vrould be quite simple
for the Government to pay so much
per patient treated there, as they
do in other places.
This course would be much less
expensive for the Government than
attempting to build, equip and
maintain one themselves.
However, if there must be one
at Courtenay, why not in the interests of suffering humanity, try
to get these ladies to close their
place here aud locate in Courtenay,
that our efforts and support may
be concentrated iu one institution,
so that those who may have to be
treated there, possiblv members of
our own families, may have the
very best that experience ' and
money can provide.
Yours respectfully,
Comox.
MRS. JOHN NcDONALD
On the Dyke COURTENAY
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
GRANTHAM SCHOOL.
SEALED TENDERS, superscribed
"Tender for Grantham School," will be
received by the Hon. the Minister of
Public Works up to noon of Wednesday,
the 27th day of May, 1914, for. the erection and completion of a small one-room
school-house at Grantham, in the Comox
Electoral District.
Plans, specifications, contract, and
forms of tender ma}- be seen on and after
the 11th day of May, 1914, at the office
of Mr. J. Baird, Government Agent,
Cumberland', Mr. M. B. Ball, Secertary
of the Sc.iool Board, Sandwick; and the
Department of Public Works,   Victoria.
By application to the undersigned,
contractors can obtain one copv of plans
and specifications for the sum of ten
dollars (ji 10), which will be refunded on
their return in good order.
Each proposal must be accompanied
by an accepted bank cheque or certificate
of deposit on a chartered bank of Canada,
made payable to the lion, the Minister
of Public works, for a sum equal to 1(1
per cent, of tender, which shall be forfeited if the party tendering decline lo
enter iuto contract when called upon to
do so, or if he fail to complete the work
contracted for. The cheques or certificates of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers
will be returned to them upon the execution of the contract.
Tenders will not be considered unless
made out on the forms supplied, signed
with the actual signature of the tenderer,
and enclosed in the envelopes furnished.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
J. E. GRI1'PITH,
Deputy Minister and
Public Works Engineer,
Department of Public Works,
Victoria, B. C, May 8th, 1914.    niyl.
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Editor Courtenay Review
Dear Sir:���I was pleased to find
on o. ening this weeks issue of the
Review, that Mr. Anderton had
been before me in taking exception
to Mr. Cameron's remarks, aueut
the class of patients received by the
hospitals of this Province under the
management of denominational
societies. There is accordingly,
nothing more to be said on this
point, but I hope I may trespass on
your space in order to corroborate
another point that Mr. Anderton
has touched upon, by means of
a few facts of which Mr. Cameron
seems entirely unaware.
If that gentleman will turn up
the B. C. Public Accounts for the
year ending March 31. 19I3, (a
free Government pttblicatio 1) he
will fiud on page C79, a list of
the hospitals of the Province in
receipt of the "per capita" grant,
A large proportion of these hospitals, though by no means denominational as such, are nevertheless under the direct manageament
of denominational societies. Some
of them obiviously so by reason of
their titles, such as the Sacred
Heart a'. Greenwood, aud the St.
Eugene at Craubrook, and are iu
all probability Roman Gathclics.
St. Bartholomew's at Lytton, is I
believe Anglican and under the
directku of Archdeacon Pugh. well
known to many residents of our
district.
Nearer home the Columbia Coast
Mission carries on a useful work
at Vananda, Rock Bay and Alert
Bay, and is I fancy a Nonconformist undertaking
Oue couuot be surprised in view
of these facts that the Sisters at
Comox, as Mr, Anderton announces
no doubt with all authority, should
take advantage of the grants provided under the Hospital Acts.
It is clear therefore, that the
Provincial Government is equable
enough to grant equal rights to its
citizens, without regard to denomination, and it is not too much to
expect the like from a fair minded
locality. j
With regard to the site for a I
hospital destined to provide not!
only for  the needs of Courteuay
BUYERS APPRECIATE
I       FORD GOOD SERVICE
j
It Makes Owners Feel Like They
Are Part Of A Big Family
"While in London, Ontario, recently," said G. M. McGregor,
general manager of the Ford Motor
Company of Canada Limited' "i
met personally a number of Ford
owners, as i.s mv custom when on
business trips, and was delighted
to tin ' that our efforts to give good
service through our branches and
dealers, were highly commended,
One owner, in expressing his
satisfaction, emphasized the very
feature thai we have been endeavoring to make the cardinal principal
of our service, the idea that each
owner is 1 unit of the whole.
He expressed himsels something
after this fashion:
" 'I ant impressed with l'ord
service, because afler experiencing
it for four years, 1 feel as though I
were a part���a real part���of the
Ford family. It it not as though I
were dealing with an individual
dealer, more or les_ a stranger to
nie and to his own factory. The
attention the branch here gives to
my needs, as well as that received
from outside when touring, has
always been executed with such a
willing spirit that I feel as if we
were all brothers in one bigfanrilv.
There is a spirit of camaraderie
that i' extremely gratifying To
be a Ford owner is like being in a
fraternity, or some excluive society
and without this family feeling I
know your service could not be as;
efficient. It certainly is pleasing
to know that any time you wish
yott can roll up to your dealer and
be received as cordially as though
you were a new prospect, no matter
what your wants may be.' "
"T_at is the style of service we
are aiming to give all along the
line, and we are doing our utmost
to see that our intentions are being
carried out. Promises and intentions are one thing, however: fulfillment quite another. The owner
is tne only oue in a positiorr to pass
judgment accurately, and his
opinion is worth considerably more
than all the service talk a factory
executive or a dealer can hand out.
He is the fellow who can tell you
how quickly his repair part was
filled and whether or not the man
who overhauled his car did a good
job.
And that is the reason why I
considered the remarks of my friend
in London so gratifying and so
important. He is in a position to
know, aud he proves that sometimes service ideals are actually
realized."
itself, but for a wide district by no
means sparsely settled, of which
Comox aud Little River cannot be
considered negligible factors, I
should not 1 are to lightly venture
an opinion.
Other considerations apart, the
natural advantage of the situation
the Sisters have chosen must come
very near the ideal, and while it is
not altogether surprising that the
townspeople should desire to have
the institution in their midst, they
may well console themselves with the
immeasurably superior advantage
the district now enjoys over what
has hitherto existed.
In conclusion, I have no doubt
that Mr. Cameron as I myself, as
well as the whole committee of
local men, should any of us have
the misfortune to fall a victim to
one of "the thousand natural
shocks" will gladly take advantage
of the kindness and ability (to use
Mr. Cameron's own expression)
of the worthy Sisters of Comox.
With all apoiogies, dear Mr.
Editor for this serious claim on
yaur indulgence.
I am yours truly
A Resident of the District,
The Nichi Nichi, an influential
Japanese newspaper, of Tokyo
says:
"The Japanese must prepare to
stand alone and face the white race
in battle. The Japanese must also'
inform other Asiatics of the fearlul
consequences of prejudice aud of
the unrighteous attitude of the
white man. Asia must be prepared to co-operate with Japan for the
common defence. n
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O, L L. D., D.C.L., President
ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager JOHN AIRD. An. t General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
B Armir. is Jbi" MAIL
Accounts may be opened at every branch of Tlie Canadian Bank
of Commerce to be operated by mall, and will receive the same
careful attention ss Is given to all other departments of the Bank's
business. Money may be deposited or withdrawn in this way as
satisfactorily as by a pe��_oi__ visit lu the Bank. H-4
W. S. LONGHURST, Acting Manager, Courtenay and Cimox Brandos
I'ollliiX llt'lll'rlt oni'li nil   PlteS-IUS,  t !>>iil  II  to 3
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Coiirtenay, B. C.
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Letter to the Editor
Courtenay Review
Dear Sir:���One hears nowadays
so much of the Incorporation of
Courtenay, emanating mostly from,
shall I say, with your permission
Mr. Editor, a number of those
who have their axes to grind, On
the other hand I lure is quite a
bunch of sharp headed business men
who do not favor Incorporation,
men who have spent their all in
building up Courlenay Hamlet lo
what she is today, men who have
large interests in the welfare . f
this place, conditions of living and
lighting their own places; others
who have lived the greatest part of
their lives in the District, improving
their farms and getting same to as
near a state of perfection as is possible; men wiio have the knowledge
that this Hamlet requites most of
all, water. The latter have spent
time and money for the last 12
months to secure for the town
water, to be bucked time after time
ful Agricultural Valley (considered
to be the first on tiie Island) are so
dependent upon outside help. On
sees it on all sides, if ihey keep
tlieir eyes open, how we largel;
d.'pend upon Ilie outside world for
most things that sustain life. Om
sees onions and butter from New
Zealand and Australia, radishes,
lettuce and cabbage from California.
hnv and oals nnd general feed are
bsing shipped almost every two o'
three mouths into this splendid
agricultural district Canned goods
salmon, beef, jam, vegetables, etc,
all come to us from an outside
soucre. Money to buy and s<dl and
gamble in Real Estate is kindly
sought and secured on the strength
of the great value of the land (from
a productive point) in this splendid
agricultural valley, from English
and other suckers.
Mow, Mr. Editor, if' this so
called and much boosted agricultural valley, endowed with the best of
climates, and finest of soils to produce all these articles enumerated
above,    hns to depeud  upon the
by the above   named.   Now,  Mr, I outside world for its main supplies
Editor, it strikes me very forcibly,
that to incorporate a small hamlet
such as Courteuay is today would
be the height ol madness, insomuch
and as far as I am able to understand it is necessary for an incorporated city to be self supporting.
It is not my intention to enter
largely upon the pros and cons of
Incorporation, but I should
certainly like to draw a comparison
not between Courtenay Hamlet
aud Incorporated Cumberland, or
Incorporated Alberni, but between
Incorporated Courtenay and those
who are interested in Agriculture
and the District as producers.
I'erhaps it has never come to
your notice, how we in this beauti-
of food for horse and man, it is not
self supporting.
How can 6. 7, or 8, hundred
people on the suggested Incorporation area, expect to support this
Hamlet of Courtenay as an Incorporated city? No, Mr, Editor, it
won't work. It is like Monkey
Braird Soap, won't wash clothes.
Let those interested in Agriculture introduce modern methods,
improve their farms and produce-
not buy in. Let those who are
interested in Real Estate instead of
waiting for suckers from England,
turn their thoughts and energies to
securing money for this Hamlet for
the production of something from
Ladies!
We have just received another
shipment of Ladies' Shoes dire61
from the factory. If you want to
know what the Latest Styles in
good,   sensible   shoewear  means���
SEE OUR WINDOW
���   W. G. McKEAN
PHONE 6 COURTENAY
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Every   Want   Supplied
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Iii Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes,
Dry  Goods and  Gents'   Furnishings
Goods have been arrivi 13  by  every boat for svery department.    Our
stci k '1 now complete for the Spring :r ! Summer Trade
Call and see our ,;_es before goins; elsewhere
AGENCIES:---Walkover Shoes, Crompton Cors_t3, Hobberlin Clothiug,
Holeproof Hosiery, Carharls Overalls an! G!oves, W. G. < _ _. S! irti
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McPHEE & MORRISGi
JOSEPH McPHEE, Manager
Phone 1 COURT-NAY
lie raw material, waiting for development, and so increase the
payroll and Hud employment for
many men who would w .rk.
Let these Grafters, Squatters on
Real Estate, Buckers of Electric
Light Works, or auythin . for the
welfare of Courtenay, be confined
to our new lock-up, until such
times that they fall in line and like
the naughty boy, promise to b ���
good.
Let nil the hard headed, shrewd
business men meet and discuss the
ways and nieaus of raaki ig a self
supporting citjr. Let the buckers
of everything be firmly excluded,
and when we have fixed everything
down to a business footing, let US
one and all. Produce, Produce,
Produce,
Then Mr. Editor, we should be
in a position to Incorporate, being
self supporting. But, oh dear, no,
not as we are today, depending
upon the outside for all but unmanufactured lumber, coal, and a
few spuds and a little butter. 1
almost forgot canned milk. (How
the cows in this district are going
to produce sufficient milk to make
both butter and canned milk, I am
at a loss to know,) but I should put
my money on the canned milk even
if the pigs are to have shorts 'aud
wat*r.
I am, Dear Sir,
Yours faithfully
Chas, Cook
Comox Co-Operativa Society
Wolverine Swims the Straits
Some Comox Indians whilst proceeding from Cape Mudge to
Campbell River last week, sighted
an aunitnal swimming in the water.
They rowed over aud despatched
it with their oars and pulled it into
the boat. On their arrival at
Comox they threw it out on the
beach, and allowed it to ;tiy for
several days, where it speedily decomposed. Their chagrin at find -
ng from Came Warden Dawley
that the annimal was a wolverine
and very scarce and valuable, can
be imagined. Constable Haunay
captured the brush.
Cattle Maiming at Courtenay
A cattle maiming outrage took
nlace at Robt. England's, Lake
Trail road, early on Friday morning. Constable Hannay was called
to the scene and found a valuable
cow with all four legs cut above
the hocks. No trace of the author
of this can be fouud as the ground
was very 'hard at the time, but the
police are working on the case aud
it is hoped the perpertrators will
be brought to justice.
Dealers in nil kind
Butter,   Eggs  i nd    Fa	
Produce,    Cooked
Specially.    We
best.    Prices  ai
and   satisfactory,
best prices for pi
Phone No. 2
c
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Timothy? Clover and Farm ./..-ds
at greatly reduced prices for
the next two week*
Phone Y91 and your order will be filled at one
Only nn 1.xperl Watchmaker can detect a Rlil.IAIil.K . v ".        ta
Time will prove that Charles Simms sells only RELIABLE
Before  buying   from   Catalogues call  anil  inspect  lr    W
Elgin Watches
lie has a reputation to lose anil reeoinnieinls   inly tie   '..
suitable to purchaser
T.
CHARLES SIMIW
The Courtenay Jewelry Store COURTENAY
C. P. DUNDAS
Barrister  ami  Solicitor,   Notary  Public
1'. O. Box 209
Phone 24 Courtenay
CLINTON S. WOOD
Electrical Engineer an-Contractor
Complete Electric "
ly installed. Electri'i   v.Y in
lation of all kind!    I El
Isolated I/ightin       .  ...-
Box 195      Phone F.
Gerald Fagan was oue of the old
tuners who has come back to work
in the Camps again. Wc are
pleased to welcome him because
seeing him contradicts the rumor
that lie had fiotvn to Ulster to help
to fight Home Rule.
I
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and vSteamfitting ^^^^^^^^
Jackson & Whittle        jfOR    f
Phone 9 Courtenay |
Power
ICE CREAM
Soft Drinks
Swan's Pool Room
E. SWAN, Prop.
���.���__ -. j
& Hand
Pumping
Installation  _^^^^^^^^
S. A. COTTON
Gasoline Engines Re] iln A _ Over!,." I   ',
_OX 124,  .HONK THE REVIEW. COUHTENAY. B.C.
IHE WINDOW AT THE
WiEJ-T
By Mary Roberts Rinehart
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(Copyright)
J
(Continued1
She watched mo suspiciously while.
I straightened the mills si'1 hurt b<int
mul lifted tli? boards, 'ihe artlola
lhat hail smashed under the vigor ol
_)is��� Lotitia's seventy years hurt
been a teapot of some very beautiful
ware. 1 liavo called just now from
my stmly lo ash what sort Of ware
it was, and the lady who sots me
right says it was crown Derby. Then
there were rows of cups nnd saucers
and heterogeneous articles in tho
saiiio material that the women folic
seemed to understand. At Uio last,
when tlie excitement seemed over,
Iliey found a toast, rack in a lower
corner of Iho box, and the "Ohs!"
and "Alls'." had lo Ile done all over
again.
There was nol the sli..hlesl clow
to the sender; but, while Miss Letltla
rated Heppie loudly iu the kitchen
anil Bella swept up the hall, Margery
voiced Iho same irteii that had occurred lo me.
"If���If Aunl .7.1110 were all right,"
she said tremulously, "il would he
just lhe son ol' thing sho loves to do."
"I'm not pretending to know what
look Jane Maitland away from this
house in the middle ot tho night,"
said Miss I.etitiu. "Sbo was n good
bit of ii fool, .lane was. She never
grew up. But if 1 know Jane Malt-
land, she will come back and be burled with her people if it's only lo put
Mary's husband out of ihe end of the
lot. And another thing, Knox, I lold
you lhe lasl lime you were lure Unit
1 hadn't been robbed of any of my
pearls, after all. Half of those pearls
wire June's, uiul she had a perfect
light to take forty-nine of them if she
Wanted. She���nlio lold inp sho was
going to lake some, ami it slipped my
mind."
1 believe il. was the fii'sl lie sbe
had ever told in her hard, conscientious old life. Was she right'.' I wondered. Had Miss Jane taken the
pearls, and if she hart, why?
CHAP _"__ XY11I.
Wardrop's Story
Wardrop got hack about 5. and as
Miss Letltla was in the middle of a
diatribe against white undergarments
for colored children Margery ami lie
hart a half hour alone together. I hurt
A
-_P_r
Suffered Terribly, From Eyebrows
Spread to Neck, Chest and Arms,
Completely Cured by Cuticura
Soap and Ointment.
Brlorcrest, Sask. ��� " When my baby hoy
was about four months old lm suflorod terribly from Sonoma, The troublo started in
armband was very itchy.
ll, muito hlni very cross
and fretful.   Inottoodtho
rash llrst in ids eye-brow s.
/l-^wrrv     From thoro It spread to
l^\.     1   \^_ ^H n,'('k' eliest, and arms.
i When im would Boratcb,
It would make sores.
" [ got modiolus but it
did no good. I tried different remedies wlthouti
1 result. At Ia.it I' got a
sample ol' Cut icura Soap and Ointment and
nfler using ihcm for two days 1 noticed a
change. I then purchased a full-sized cako
ot Cuticura r.ap and Cuticura Ointment.
I would dive blm a hot bath with tho Outlcura Boap every night afterward applying
the Cuticura Ointment. Before I had used
half of tho Cuticura Soap and Ointment ho
was completely cured." (Signed) Mrs.
H. I.. Strbmberg, May 29, 1913.
The regular use of Cuticura Soap for toilet
and bath not only tends to preserve, purify
and beautify tho skin, scalp, hair and hands,
but assists in preventing Inflammation. Irrl-
tattoif and clogging of tho pores, tlio common
cause of pimples, blackheads, redness and
roughness, yellow, oily, mothy and other
unwholesome conditions of the Bkln. Cuticura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists aud dealers everywhere. For a liberal
freo sample of each, with 82-p. book, send
post-card to Potter Drug & Cbeni. Corp,,
Dept. D, Boston, V. _ A.
W. N. U. 997
known, uf course, that ii inusl come,
hut under iho circumstances, with myi
whole   future   existence     at   stake,   I
was vague as io whether' ii was colored iinrtergranients on while orphans or the other way round.
When I got away al last I Colli rt
Bella waiting for in > iu III- hall. Her
eyis were rod with crying, anil she
lnul a crumpled newspaper in ber,
hand. Sbe In like dowu when she]
tried lo speak, bill I gol Ibe news-
pain i' front her, and she pointed with
one work-hardened linger lo^t column !
on   III'-   (ll'Sl   page,     ll   was^RlO    an-
uouiiceiuenl      of   Mrs,   lluller's  tragic
iiiviiliiil   and   tb ���   mystery   that   BU.
rounded It,    There vas 1,0 mention of
Schwarlz. !
Delia told me that she bad llVOil
With Mrs. 1 tutli-i- since idle was si.v
leen and bad only left when the lilts-
I band's BUlddo had broken up UlO
home. I could gel nothing else out |
of ber, but gradually Bella's share In
ibe mystery was coming to light,
Wardrop was looking bettor lhai
afternoon than he had win n I saw
UllU bl fore, hut the news ol Mrs. But-
lor's approaching death ami tho manner "T her Injury affected bim.
strangely. Ha had soon Hie paper,
I like Bella, and ho turned on me almost llerecly when 1 ontorod lhe lib-
Irary.   Margery was at ihe window.
"Is she conscious?" Wardrop nnk-j
ed eagerly, Indicating the article Is
Iho paper.
"No, mil now: al. least, 11 is nol
likely."
lie looked relieved. Then he paced
Ibe room nervously. His noxl action
showed Iho development of a resolution, lor bo pushed forward I wo
chairs  for  Margery  and  myself.
"Sil down, both of you," ho directed. "I've got a lot to say nud I want
yon both to listen. When Margery
ims heard Iho whole story she probably will despise mo for the resl of
her life. I enn't help il. I've got. to
tell all I know, and ll isn't so much
after rill. Von didn't fool nie yesterday, Knox. 1 knew what that doctor
waa after, lint he couldn't make mo
till who killed Mr. Fleming, because,
before God, I didn't know.
"I have lo go back to lhe night
Miss Jane disappeared���and that's j
another thing that has driven mo desperate. Will you tell me why 1 should
bo suspected of having a hand in
that, whim she had beeu a mothei' to
me? If she is dead she can't exonerate nie; if she is living and we llnd
her she will tell you what 1 I ell you
���that I know nolhlng of Ih whole
terrible business."
"1 am quite cerlatfl of thai. War-
drop," I interposed. "Besides, I I bin!:
1 have got to tlie bottom of tbut mystery."
Margery lookod at me (prickly, hut
I shook my head. It wan too early
lo tell my suspicions.
"Tho things tbut looked black
against me were had enough, hut
they had nothing to do wllh illsa
.lane. I will have to go back lo be>
fiire Ibe night she went awuy, buck
to tho time Mr. Butler was the stale
treasurer and your fnlher, .Margery,
was bis cashier.
"Butler was not a business man.
He lei. mo much responsibility li?
with his subordinates, and then, according to ibe story, he couldn't do
much anyhow against Schwartz. 'Ihe
cashier was entirely under machine
control, ami Butler was neglected.
You remember, Knox, tii crash when
three banks, rotten to the core, went
under anil it was found a largo
amount of state money had gone,
loo? It was Fleming who dirt it. 1 am
sorry, -largely, but llliu is no lime to
mince words, it was Fleming who dc-
poslted the money in the wreckei.
banks, knowing what would happen.
When the crash eaine Butler's sureties to save themselves confiscated
every dollar he had in tho world. Butler went lo the penitentiary for six
months on some minor count, and
when ho got out, afler writing to
Fleming and Schwartz protesting bis
Innocence and risking for enough out
of the fortune thoy had robbed him
of to support bis wife, ho killed himself at the White Cal."
Margery waa very pale, but'quiet.
She sat with lier lingers locked in
her lap and her eyes on Wardrop.
"II wns a bad business," Wardrop
went on wearily. "Fleming moved
inlo lluller's place as treasurer and
took I.lghtl'oot. as his cashier. That
kept the lid on. Once or twice when
there was an unexpected' call for
funds the treasury wus almost duply, und Schwartz carried things over
himself. I went lo Plattsburg ns .Mr.
Fleming's private secretary when he
became treasurer, and from the first
I knew things were even worse than
the average slate government.
"Schwartz and Fleming hnd to hold
together. They hated each other, and
the feeling wr.s trebled when Fleming
married Schwartz's divorced wife."
.Margery looked at nie with startled, incredulous eyes. What sbo rims'.
ha\e seen confirmed Wardrop's
words, anil she leaned hack in her
chair limp and unnerved. But sho
heard anS comprehended every word
Wardrop was saying.
"The woman wag a very ordinary
person, but it seems Schwartz eared
for her, and he tried t.i stab Mr.
Fleming shortly after the marriage.
About a year ago Mr. Fleming said
another attempt had been made oi
his life with poison. Things were not
going well at the treasury. Schwartz
and hie crowd wero making demands
that were hard to supply and behind
all thut Fleming was afraid to go out
alone at night. He employed a man
to protect him, a man named Carter, wlio had been a bartender in
Plattsburg. When things began to
happen here In Manchester he took
happen to the homo as a butler.
Keepitkan^on
vour desk
DESK WORK
EXACTS PENALTIES
Liver and Bowels slow down.
Tone them up with
&_-__Salt
25c. nnd 60c. at all druggists and
Siori's. Take Abbey Vit. Tablets for
Sick   Nerves.
"Then Ibe Borough bank got slinky.
If it weni down I here would be all
ugly goandal, and Fleming svould go.
loo. ills notes for half a million wore
lliere. without security, and he dared
mil show Iho cuneelled notus he bad
with Schwartz's endorsement.
"I'm loo proud nf lhe rest oi' lhe
story, Margery." lie stood looking
down al her. "I was engaged lo marry a girl who win; everything on
earth io me, and I was private sec-
rotary to tlio slate treasurer, wilb
Hie princely salary of such a posi
lion.
".Mr. Fleming came hack lure when
ibe Borough bank threatened failure
anil tried lo gel money enough t i
lido over Hie trouble. A half million
would have done it, bul. he couldn't
gel it. Ile was in lluller's position
exactly, only lie was guilty and Butler was Innocent, lie raised a Utile
money here, and I went lo Plattsburg
wiili soeiiri.ii . ami letters. It isn't
necessary to go over the things I
suffered there, l brought back $110,-
000 iu a package iu my Russian
leather bag. And���-1 had something
else."
(To he Continued)
Oil  Fiel.1  in  Pacific Ocean
Unique among the oi; fields of the
world   Is  the  Siiinmcrlaml   group  Of
wells in California, whlcb extend out
into the Pacific ocean, There are Ml;
producing wells In this group, Wlllo'.l ,
is siiualed aboul eighteen miles from'
Simla Barbara, These wells lire drilled out in Hie ,    nn just off the coast
nml   100,000  barrels  .ire  taken  from!
the oil  sands  underlying tlio    ocean I
bed every year. This Interesting spec-!
tnele or derricks built out Inlo   the
son  is visible from  Hie  train on  the,
way  from  Los Angeles lo Sun  Francisco,   -ilgtncorlng and Mining Journal.
"Yes,
marry i
learned
$13,000
Practical
my   Crli ml,   1   was  about
lo
o countess when 1 suddenly
iiuil.   she   spent,   more   than
year on  her dress-nia1 or."
'Tben   what   did  you  do?"
"Married the dressmaker."
A Safe Pill for Suffering Women.���
The  secluded   life  of  women    which
permits of little healthful exercise,
in a fruitful causa of dorflngomonts of
lhe stoniiieh ami liver an,I is accountable for Hie pains nud lassitude
that  so mnn:.  of them   experience.
Parmelee's   Vegetable   Fills  will   COI'-
reel Irregularities of the digestive organs and restore health and vigor.
The mosl delicate woman can uso
thorn wiih Bafelj. becau o llieir a.
Hon. While effective, In niilo and
soothing.
The.ro is moro catarrh m tms rc-_Iou
ef ihe country than  nil other diseases
put   together,   and   until   the    last   row
years     w;u4   supposed   lo   he   Ineurablo.
For   a   -"eat   mnnv   years   doctors   pro-
nounced il a local disease nnd prescribed
local remedies, and by eon-tnntly falling
' i<>   cure   with    local    treatment,     pronoun,-ed    It    Incurable.     Science     bus
I proven   Catarrh   to   he   n   constitutional
I disease, and therefore requires constltu-
' lionrii   treatment.   Hall's  Catarrh  Cure,
, manufactured   by  F.  .1.  Cheney  &  Co.,
' Toledo, Ohio. Is lhe only Constitutional
j, ure on tbo market.   It Is taken internally   In   denes  from   10  drops   to  al'ii-
I spoonful     li  acts directly on  ine  blood
nud .mucous  surfaces    of    tho  system.
i Thev offer eon  hundred dollars lor nny
case II fails io cure.   Bend lor circulars
I unit   testimonials,
Addiess:   F.  .1.  C__N'_.   _   CO.,  To-
��� lerto, Ohio
Sold  by   Drug-its,  "fie.
Take Hall's Family l'ills for constipation.
Seed Is Their Currency
An nnctenl system of banking ';
slill lu active mid successful operation in Southern Italy. This is thai of
lhe niouti frumontarl, or grain Murage warehouses. In these are stored
largo   illllllll Mies   of  seed,     which     is
given out to farmers upon demand
without payment. After the harvest
Hi.- farmers return to Hie warehouse
the aniouiil of seed tbey have received, plus Interest in seed. Thus do
the fanners become established agriculturists without tho necessity if
borrowing money.
Piles  Cured  in  6  to   14   Days
Druggists  refund  money    if    t'AZO
OINTMENT   fails  to    cure    Itching,
Blind.   Bleeding  or  1 .Hirudin;,   Files.
First application gives relief. 50c.
Did Not Believe In Banks
Gold anil notes to the value of $05,-
000 were found in Hie house of an
elderly maiden lady who died lhe
other day in an unpretentious dwelling in  tii.   east end of Glasgow.
The o;d huly bad lived on a very
simplo p'trii. She was friendly with
her miiglbors. Vat never gave an indication that siie was nny wealthier
than others in tho same neighborhood, who wero all of the working
class.
Some of the money was found ill
an old-fiiahionert purse, but there
was no miserly effort at hiding the
money, which was scattered about in
different parts of the house. She had
often declared that she dirt not believe in haul."..
The  Test
Nurse-Well, doctor, must wo give
him up? "-
Doctor���Nci until he can't sign ..
cheque.
EAGER TO WORK
Health Regained by Right Food
The average healthy man or ���woman is usually eager to be busy at
some useful tusk or employment.
But let dyspepsia or indigestion get
hold of one, and all endeavor becomes
a, burden.    A  woman writes:
"A year ago. after recovering from
nn operation, my stomach ami nerves
begun to give mc much trout le.
"At times my appetite was voracious, bill, when indulged, indigestion
followed. Other times I hud no appetite whatever. The food I took dirt
not nourish mc and 1 grew weaker
than ever.,
"I lost interest .'_ everything ar.d
wauled to bo alone. I had always hart
gooil nerves, but now the merest
trifle would upset me and 'iring on a
violent headache. Walking ncross
the room was an effort and prescribed
exercise was out of the question.
"I imd seen Grape-Nuts advertised,
but did uot believe what I read, at
the time. At last, when it seemed as
if I were literally starving, I began to
eat, Grape-Nuts.
"1 liad not boon able lo work for
a year, but now after t\v- months
on Grape-Nuts I am eager to be at
work again. My stomach gives me
no trouble now, my nerves are
steady as ever, and interest in Iif^
and ambition have come back with
the return to health."
.���Name given by Canadian Postum
Co., Windsor, Ont. Head "The Road
to Wcllville," in pkgs. ' There's a
Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A net-
one appears from time to time. They
are genuine, true, and full of human
interest.
Biggest Windmill Has Steel Sails
It is reported that a wind motor
claimed to be tile largest of Its kind
in tho world, has lately beeu brooughl
Into use nl Harllngcn (Frinslanil) for
a polder (tract of lowland redeemed
f:om the sea by high embankments)
with mi area of 1.850 acres. This machine, which has sleel sails and is
mounted on a steel Lower, has a diameter of 50 fed, and ,'s said lo o
capable of dealing with OI.OOO to 70.-
000 cubic feet of water an hour. II is
an interesting fact. that, lirst the
wooden wind lills were replaced "���>'
explosion motors, but. now again, the
steel wind motors are said to be the
more and more employed, especially
in ibe draining of "polders."
Peevish, pale, restless, and sickly
children owe tholr condition to
worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will relieve them and restore health,
Beans Instead of Beef
The chief chemist of the department of agriculture, Washington,
sends out a message lo housewives
nbout the high cost of living. It is
authoritative anil cheering. "The
prospect need not larin Hie average
salaried workfil," ho says, speaking
if the cost of i.eef. "There are good
substitutes lor meat, and the one at
the heart of the list is bonus."
Minard's  Liniment  for sale  everywhere.
Home-Grown Rugi
Two beautiful fur rugs were on the
floor, of a palo fawn color, anil suggestive of doe skins. But, as it proved
they were not. from tho woods, they
were from the farm, nnd had originally been on the backs of somo very
pretty Jersey calves. When fn Ih"
course of events the calf had no further use for his eont. it was se.nl to
be properly tanned, then it was lined
and laid upon the lloor.
New Varsity Building
At a meeting of the board of governors of the University of Saskatchewan at Saskatoon the plans for tho
new residence building which, when
completed, will cost $250,000, were
approved.
ft WONDERFUL DIS _ OHM
An eminent sclcutlBt, tbe other day,,
gave Ins opinion tbat the most wonderful discovery of recent years wan
the .discovery of Zam-Iiiik. Jus)
think! As soon as a single thin iayei
of y.ain-Huk Is applied iu a wound or
a sore, such injury Is Insured against
blood poison ! Not ono species ol
microbe has been found that _am-Buk
does not kill!
Then again. As soon as Zam Buk
Is applied to a sore, or a cut, or te
skin disease, It stops the smarting.
Tbat is why children are such friend*
of Zam-Buk. They cam nothing for
tho science of the thing. All they
know is tbat Zam-Buk stops their
pain. Mothers should never forget
this.
Aj-ilii. As soon as Zam-Buk Is ��p
piled to a wound or to a diseased
pari, Hie cells beneath Uie skin's surface are no stimulated that new
healthy tissue is quickly formed. This
forming of fresh healthy tissue from
below h-, Zam-Buk- secret of healing.
The tissue thus formed Is worked up
to lhe surface and literally casts off
the diseased iIssue above It. ThlB Is
why Zam link euros are permanent.
Only ths other day Mr. Marsh, of
101 Uclorliuler Aw., Montreal, called.
upon the '/.ain Buk Ho. and told them
that for over twenty live years he
Iind been a martyr tn el-nemo. Bll
bunds wero nt one time so covered
with Hores thnt ho had to sleep lo
gloves, Pour years ngo Zam-Buk was
Introduced to blm, and lu n few
mouths It. cured blm. Today���over
three years after bis cure of a disease
lie hnd for twenty-live years���ho If
ei111 cured, and ban had no traco oi
any return of the eczema!
All druggists sell Zam-Buk at 50-
box, or we will 6��n_ Cfeo trial box 11
you send this advertisement and a le
stamp tlo pay return postage). Address /'an; link Co., Toronto.
RAW FURS
We (^yjli^hpk Values
:,W_%jfpfcjce_is_a
����� ^|^Mtof|iti_ Jap
Wmm __.!_���'
We   also Buy Hides and Seneca Rood
FREE TO All. SUFFERERS
_T t-BBLUBS*
. KRRVOU8 DISKA.KSj
.1. -KU. TlONS.riL-5.
D MEDICAL BOOK OM
THERAPION""
_ yourself intir
msnt. Ab���Ititely FREK
-(nation!, Dr. LBOLKKOl
AMPSTBAO London,BHA
tAI'luN WILL CORK YOU.
Other Evidence
Dubblelgb���Miss Sharp called n_i
a fool.   Do I look like a fool?
Dawson���No, you do not. Slid
couldn't have judged you by youi;
loo lis.
"Now,   Freddie,  onco  for all,    Wl_
you wash jour face and hands?"
"Sure lliin.r, if it's once for all."
Have You t. Painful Corn?
What any corn needs is tho sootl-
inr; inlluence of Putnam's Painless
Corn nnd Wart Extractor, -which 1_
twenty-four hours lifts out cverj'
root, branch and stem of corns an_
warts, no matter i f how long stanfr
Ing. No pain, no scar, no sore���just
clean, wholesome euro���that's the
way Putnam's Painless Corn ant
Wart Extractor acts. Oct a 25c bottle.
"1 am inclined 4o suspect th*
sobriety of the last student ln out
class."
"Win- so?"
"When 1 asked him what wore hit
favorite studies in ornithology, ho r_-
marked, 'Swallows, huts and larks.'"
���Magazine of run.
Minard's    Liniment    Cures   Lurni,
Etc.
Llttlo Jack���Papa, is it true, that t
cnniel can go two weeks without
waler?
Papa���1 believe so, my son.
Little .lack���Then why can't as
automobile :;o two weeks without gav
o'.ino?
"I om an old man���and many of my troubles
never happened."-ELBERT HUBBARD
THE white hair and wrinkled faces of our busy men and women tell
of doubt, fear and anxiety���more than disease or age. Worry plays
haves with the nervous system���so that digestion is ruined and sleep
banished.   What oil is to tht friction of the delicate parts of an engine���
.DR. PIERCE'S
Golden Medical Discovery
is ts the delicate organs ef the body. It's s tonic ind body bnilder��� _____ It
stimulates the liver tn vigorous action, aisisU the stomach to auimilaU food���thos
enriching the blood, and the nerves and heart in turn are fed on pure rich blood.
Neuralgia "ia tha cry ot starred nerves for food." For forty jeara "Goldea
Medical DSioovery" la liquid form has given great satisfaction as a tonic Sad
blood maker.
Note it can be obtained in tablet form-from dealers in medicine
or tend50 one-cent ttamp* for trialbox. Write R.V.Pierce, Buffalo.
PB. MKB C_'_ _ I____V_T _______
���eUev��� cmnttpatUa, escalate the liver.
stmt ttemeSi   Easy t* take aa candy. ____H_ MfiVlEW, COl__tT_--.AY, HH
%
MM___��t__M___N____a___i
Constipation
Vanishes Forever
Prompt Relief���Permanent Care
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS _���vo
(til.   Purely veg_
able- act aiunly
but gently on
tlie liver.
Stop after
'dinner
d__H
cuieindi-l
folkm ���improve thn complexion��� br'igli-U
lheeyei. Small Pill, Small Dole, Smell ___
Genuine mmtbeai Signature
IVfVfVtVflW-VVlJVVVfWfVVI
A  R��__   Lover  Blmulntlo _
GOLD WATCH FREE.
A it__iali__rw��r.. f_n_r_u_
offar i'i'oiu in ��iubii._-d
(iriii. W�� na citing <____
V) _'..'|i,_i   td   tllO'.H-tldl    of
p�� _-i_ nil ov<ir ths
world d _ ft biign
. iWoitMemont. Now
I. .our ebnnae to
<_____ r-fio. Writ*
-tow, _i.'Io_n. _5
centi (or .-.it ol our
I ..lib nit bit* hn .Ifll'
T.onc C'l-i.-J*. or
(tent. a;i.it. . Rant
e_rrt_m i-_i-i to ��__���
wlili lim v,��t_h, -biota
will bo Riven -Tie
��)__- . al ilium eta
- ��� V.���nh'i.'.'A !)*_ H24i-I,
s h_ii_l you taka ml-
. tn_.se ot <_ ur rmuT-l-
fen* offer. W# .ipset roa to till yonr f:..>_il.
about tt_ tn il ibow thorn tbo hwuilful watch.
Don't think till* offer too good to be '-run. but nond
10 e��nt�� _o-d��r nnd __in _ _><����� Watch. You
will Im ������_- VILUAMH A LLOYD, W.__eu_l-
Jo.__.r- IDopt.lW), _., COfflW-Ull !'.._., I .oiluit, S.,
���diIibcL
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PATENTS
Fetherstonhaugb & Co., Iieml ofi'ic
Kins street, east, Toronto, Canada,
Russian  Biplane   Largest   Ever
An aeroplane so large atul powortul
thai the flrsl accounts of Ito size antlj
performance wero disbelieved by ths
exports, has been inuktuH ti scries
of (llgllts in tlto viiiuii. t St. Peters-1
burn, Itusslu. lis upper piano lias h ;
spun ot sS1 n feel i.iiil n surfnoo of
1,400 squar. feet, wllllo the total
welghi ot the aoroplano la 6,1100
puiinilii. it. is capiible of carrying besides Ua crew uiul ten push.liters,
cnOUgll fuel l'or n High! Ot l'u hours,
nml nu nililiiiniiiil load Of 1,7110
pounds, Four nm horsepower motors
whlcb dt'lve tour propoltors, furnish
the nmliie power.
DON'T HAVE RHEUMATISM
Tlie cost of living in Canada has
advanced 61 per cent   since 1800.
Try   Murine  Eye    Remedy
li you have Red Weals, Watery Eyes
_r Granulated Eyelids, Doesn't Smart
1���Soothes Eyo Pain. Druggist. ,Selt
(Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, ?Sc, SOc.
Murine Eyo Salve in Aseptic Tubes,
15c, SOc,    Eye Books Free by Mam1
I iSll Kye '_���_���! - _ - tar Alt ��y_ lliot N�� _ c*_
'fluriuo   _vj !_oo..-idy Co,.  Chicago
W. N. U. 997
A .viiunt; German who wlBltetl lo i>'
enlisted In the navy, bul was unublo
to speak -Ugllsll, was being coached
by nn officer. "I.iioli bere, MIUo, when
the Inspector conies iu yon lie will
ask you hov. old you arc And you
niust say twenty-sevon years: 2-7
y-e-ii-r-s.   Thou be will usii you how
long     yoll   llllle   boon   in   tbo  service.
Ami yon tell him Un months; throe
III-ll-ll-t-ll s.
"Ills lioxl question will be 'Are you
provided wit; food anil clothing?'
Anil ynu niiiiil   sny  liotli.    ll-O-l ll."
Tlto following wceli Lho Itispeotot'
canic anil Wlllltlllg  lip to Hi" (lerinaii
aald: "dootl morning, friend, ond how
long bnvo you beon In tbo service'.'"
"Twenlysi'vi n years," was the answer, "Well, tll'tlt's I'linnj; I never saw
vnn before, How oltl are you?"
"Throe mouths." replied tlio Herman. "Say, whal do you tlilnl, I inn,
a lunatic or fool?" "Both," boldly
answered the German.���National
I .mil Magazine
Get GIN PILLS Now
and be fti o of puln ull  wlnier.  Mr.
Robert   W'ilsi n     of   lliit'dtlclil,  S_.lt..
s.iis 'li iiiiiins ��in- .'.rear pleasure to j
convey nol irtly i" you bul also to all
sufferers from Backache and Itliouin-
ntlsni, the ureal relief I bave iob-
tulnod from lho use of OIN I'll.i.s. I
fuel   thankful   In   vnn.     I   11 i'i iiiineiiil
OIN I'll,I.s i.i anyone suffering ac I
did."
60c ii box, 0 l'n.' i_.,",n. Sample fie������
if yon write National Drug ,v- Cltonil-
oal Co. nf Canada, Limited, Toronto.
A   L.irijc   Family
\ i hilil from n enuntt i  low n, i -ii
Mi^ her cousin, who lived near an or
pban u .luiu. wondered wbj  sointiuy
children wove ih. re.
"Why," Buld    her    small    hostess,
"thnl is wltert' the orphuns live   lots
and lot's of '��� m   little girls and mile
I bu.vs -and Mr. and  Mrs. Orphan are
��� bnth dead."
Internal parasites in the shape ol
worms I" l''e stomach antl bowole ol
children sap ihelr vitality and retard
physical devoloptm lit.  Thev  I" Op  111''
child In a com taut state ol uurosl
ami, it nol attended to, ondaugn' life.
The child ca be spared much Biif
ferlnt! and ibe uiolher much nnxloly
A Prolific Hymn Writer
Miss .nun. Crosby, lha blind hyin.i
-filar, was '.'I years old oil Marc'i -I
I..st. it is said thai die written
T.iiiui hymns, lhe bosl known being:
"Jesus Keep Me Near th' Cross" and
"Safe Ic Hie Ann.', of Jo ii i." If lottnl
bus been Itopl carefully, Miss Crosby
must have written two hymns a week
since Bho was ttblo in  '. rlli  ill all,
QUICK CURE FOR
HIS RHEUMATISM
bv   tbo h
bi    got,
which   are
am   Shan''.
st  worm
Miller's
I lire    lb
rented.'
Worm
llll    In
that enn
Powdi :s.
Mr.   Tltewad's
people
o sioor
Corns nnd warts disappear when
treated with Kolloway's Corn Cure
without leaving n scar.
ROBERT    J    PYLE    FOUND    IT
DODDS  KIDNEY  .'ILLS
IN
\   tramp called  al
house one morning.
"I've walked mi nj  miles   t.
you, sir," h" sold,    "because
llllll   inn   yOll   Wei',-   VOl'J    lilllli' tO
unfortunate fellows like inc."
���indeed!" snid the old gentleman
"Ami are .nu going back [he saim
way'.'"
"Ves   sir."  WUS  Ilie
"Well,"  said   Mr,
contradict tlmi rumor
vou?   (loud morning
answer.
Tllewnd,
as vim go
"just
will
Daniel Webster wus once sued by
bis butcher for u bill of long slaiiil-
Ing, Before tho suit was settled be
met tlie butcher on the street mid, to
the man's great embarrassment, stopped to ask why lie had ceased sending around his order,
"Why, Mr. Webster." said the
tradesman, "I do not think you
would want td deal with me when I
brought suit against you."
"Tuft tut!'.' said Webster, "Sue me
all you wish, but for heaven's sake
don't try to starve me lo death!"
NERVOUS ENERGY
IS LIMITED
There is only sa much energy In
the human body. A few people have
an abundance, but more have not
enough. Hence iiii- necessity of ecu-
serving vitality.
If wasted by mode of living, disease or worry there mi... be a reckoning, and trouble is sure tn come.
It may be headaches and weni;, aching eyes; il. may be nervous Indigestion; or it may bo inertly lack of
energy and ambition, and feelings of
fatigue or helplessness. Of course,
sooner or later exhaustion of the
nerves leads to prostration, paralysis
or locomotor ataxlr., but there is no
need to let tlie trouble dovolop that
far.
By usiiif. Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
you can restore to. the feeble, wasted
nerve colls tho energy Ihey have lost.
It will take some effort on your purl
to give up worry and anxiety, but you
should realize your serious condition,
Rest and use tltiB great, food euro
and you are bound to improve in
health and vigor.
Down in Texas,- "before the war,"
an Episcopal missionary living out on
the plains was aroused one night by
n likely looking negro man and maid,
who asked the preacher lo marry
tbem.
The missionary's wife and a guest
were Impressed to act as witnesses,
and Ilie ceremony began and proceeded as usual until that part or portion
|0[ tlie serrice w_-_> the groom \/.s
asked if lie J.ool; this woman "for better or  for  worse."
At t_!s ipieslion the groom replied
loudly: "Notsuhl I takes ber for to
conk and for  wash."���.fudge.
"Does your father object to kissing?"
"I don't know. Shall I tell Iiini thai
you would like to kiss hint?"���Houston Post.
The post office department lias Issued notice declaring that the transmission of coin or bank notes in unregistered letters is prohibited.
He Suffered for a Year, but His Return to Health Was Quick and His
Cure Complete.
Hour. Louis Que.���(Special).���
flow quickly Dodd's Kidney I'iiisj
will euro rheumatism antl other
forms of Kidney Disease when
taken in tho early singes is shown lu
tlie ease of Mr. Itoberl J, Pyle, a!
well known fanner living near here
In un Interview  Mr.  Pyle,says:���i
"Working In cold, wel  weather was
tho cause of my troublo,   and    for
nbout a year i had occauional cramps
in  the muscles and  stiffn .ss  In  the
joints.    I  was  often  dizzy  aud  felt
depressed   ar.d   low   sp.irlted.   I
nervous and  my    skin    Itched
burned at night.
"When Rheumatism wan finally
added to my ills I decided to try
Dodd's Kidney Pills. One box cured
me completely and I bad no return
of my trouble."
Dodd's Kidney Pills cured Mr.
Pyle's Rheumatism because il was
caused by sick Kidneys. Dodd's Kidney Pills always euro sick Kidneys.
If you have any two of Mr. Pyle's
symptoms, ynu have sick Kidneys and
von   need  Dodd's  Kidney   Pills.
. wan
mul
BABY'S OWN TABLETS
USED FOR YEARS
When n mother uses only one medicine us long n there nro Ilttlo ones
in the home it certainly bears grand
testimony to the value of thai particular remedy. Thousands of mothers use uotliing else bul Baby's Own
Tablets. Concerning them Mrs. iM.
I,: Diane, Mi'iiirumcool; West, N'.ll.,
writes: "I have used Baby's Own
Tablets for my little ones for tlto
past.leu years nnd know of nothing
to equal i briii during teethlug time
or for colic, constipation mid indigestion. All my neighbors who have
used tbem think as I do." The Tub-
lets are snld by medicine dealers nr
by mail at ",", cents a box from Tlie
Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brookvllle, Onl.
Lumbago's Misery Ceases,
livery Aching Muscle Cured
Ji'-t Hub on Old Time ' rJ  rvtllne"
Nol   ne;'' ssary  to drug in- Ide!
Thai awAii Btl-iiess , m urakos
you yeb, worse than a kicked do;; will
bo run il cured for a i rtainty, ami
quickly, too, i you ' si rub on N'oni-
line.
Hub ..crvili in right Into the sea
spot, nib bus ol ii over tin ' tortured" muscles, dn tbls and tho pi In
Will   Au.        Votl   See   Nervilin.    is   I tin,
uoi oily, Therefore it sinks in, il |, ne-
iraies tb rough the tissues, P gets
rlghl to those stiff. Bore muscles tud
Irritated norven thnl make ynu dunce
with pain.
Ynu'li gel alinosi lnsln.it relief
.I'rnni inuscl B0I.EC8S, H'lffness, acii-
liiii joints, lameness or rehumutlsni
by rubbing with .ervllln It's n
goo tli Ing liniment, unl doesn't blister,
doosn'i burn or even slain the :.l,in.
It's the nn si harmless ��� ure In t'i"
world  for  Lumbago,  Bsok Strain or
Seiatlea.    li   takes away  the  RCl  ��� a
once and ends your misery quickly.
Now iiuii complaining���don't suffer
another dnj Norvlllne, that good,
soothing obi lime llnlmonl will limber ynu up mighty quick. Del busy
today, tlm largo 60c family si/e bottle Is the most economical, of course,
the trial size costs bin :.">'���. Any dealer anywhere can supply Nerviline.
"You've beard a lot of stories about
the fool mistakes women make when
thoy come to n bank," said a well i
known   paying teller,   "and  somo  of
them are l rue."
"I've seen 'un all���the woman whol
gets mad when wo call lier attention I
to nn overdraft aril then wants to!
write a cheque to muke it; thej
woman whose Indorsements ere
weird���all of tliom.
"But the worst came in a few
weeks ago. She. shoved a cheque
through the window without looking
at me.    I  said:
" 'Madam, you will bave to gel
somebody lo introduce you before I
can cash this cheque for you."
"'Sir!' she answered haughtily,''!
am here on business and not making
a social call, r do not care lii know
you.'"
Rapid  Descent
They hud been malting hay while
the sun shone, and wheu Huy bad
finished a high bayslack the boy
shouted from the top:
"Say, mister, how am 1 going lo get
down','"
Tbe farmer considered the problem
and Anally solved It,
"Oh,  Jest   shel,   yer   eyes   and   walk
round a bit."���PlttBburg Chronicle,
THE   OLD   RELIAB
Tl
I was cured of Acute Bronchitis by
.\ll_AKl>'_   LINIMENT.
Bay of Isl. mis.
,f. M. CAMPBELL.
I was cured of Facial Neuralgia by
MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
Sprlnghlll, N.S.       WM,  DANTKi.H.
I was cured of Chronic    Rheumatism by MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
Albert  Co.,  N.B.      GEO.   TINGLEY,
A  Wise Child
"George Washington told bis father j
the exact,    truth about, chopping lhe
cherry tree." j
"Yes," replied the sweet, impressionable child; "George knew when
he was caught with tbe goods, all
right."���Washington Star.
ShilohM
The  family  remedy   for   Coughs   and   Cold.
Small   dose.    Small bottle.    B_t since  1870.
The author staggered homo. "The
jury," he sobbed, "decidei! that iny
bonk is not Immoral."
"Never mind," snld his wife, consolingly, "Perhaps you can make a success of It in play form." -New York-
Press.
All   His  Own
Mrs. Goodsole (feeding tramp) ���
"Vou seem to havo u good appetite."
Hungry Higgins���"Ah, mum. dat's
ull I have left in de world dat I kin
rightly call me own."
________________ __J__s__bV
__T_PK��
in popularly regarded ai THE ||
I.1NI3 tn iih�� when havlnn ri-la- ||
lives unit friends com" mit to
CANADA
FROM  THE oi.li i nl Vlttv
The ssrvtae offered la ua��x-
celled In
COMFORT
The nnw twin screw sti-amthlpt
carrying'one '���__�� un I'aWn and
third clans  only,
ANDANIA   una   lilllli
1.1.100  Tona  i:��-ii
"Were add  .1 to the
CANADIAN SERVICE
II.   191.1,    nml    are    replm..   ��i' !i
every   modern   Improvement.
_A(;ivi. it.:\'_ AiToivrnK-T.
l.ountfe, Gymnasium, Dniwin*
Room, Smoking Room, Open unit
Covered Promenades, Orchestra.
Other   splendid   steamsnlpi   are
ASCANIA   (ne-i,    Atmivtl
10.001) tone 8.000 lona
Carrying on.- class Uii L'abla rn.nl
third c'.as.i only.
FRA-COXtA  (ue-  intli
LACONIA (new ISIS,
18.150 tuns each���T-in Screw
CAH.1IAMA   (20,000 tons), Triple
, Screw Turbine
Carrying First. Second and Tl'.ird
Class.
The Cunard Company also
maintain services between Now
York, Oueenstown. Fishguard,
Liverpool, Huston. Queenstown.
Fishguard. Liverpool. New Yovit.
Mediterranean, Adriatic. Including the fastest siean-.e.-s In t':a
world "I.ualtanla" ar.d "Mauritania."
Now   building:   for   Canadian
Service:
S.S. ��A-RA_IA"���M,<H_ To��.
For descriptive literature, aail-
luffs. it.'., apply to any Railway-
or Steamship Agrnt, or
THE   CUNARD   STF.AJISIMP
COMPANY, LTD.
Sill Mul" St., Winnipeg, Jim.
Ill:
One of Marconi's  latest attempts
wiih wireless electricity is to supply I
light.   Tlie reports from London say
lie has succeeded In lighting an electric  bulb  al  a distance  of six  miles j
by a wireless current, supplied from]
a  hundred horsepower engine.
Tli. best lubricant
lor wagons is
Handing Out Horse Power
Mica Axle Grease
Saves repairs and makes hard roads easy.
"It'i the Mica that doet it."
THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  CO.,  Limited
Winnipeg Calgary Reaina
Edmonton Saskatoon Vancouver Toronto
SHOE POLISHES
Black���Taiv-White
THE F. F. DALLEY CO.. LTD.. BUFFALO, N. Y., HAMILTON. ONT. '���".'-__-���
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
.>____.
Another Boat Load of Supplie
'_.
rnve
d
This Shipment includes a fine range of Screen
Doors   and   Fly   Screens.     Do   not   be
bothered wiih flies  this summer
Here are the prices :
Screen Doors, from
Fly Screens,
Screen Wire
��
$1.85 each
.35     "
.30 yard
1_ M ,     _,._��__
LY CO., Limi
Phone 66
P. 0. Box 230
ti\l
Not better than the best, but better than the rest"
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Th    Pord  \1   01   Co., of  Manchester, England, makes  and  sells more
11      1  England  today than  the combined output of the next five
largest automobile manufacturers in England
The Ford was the first public taxieah in London, us in  St,   Petersburg
and New Vork
E-  O.  EMDE
FORD   DEA .ER  FOR   COMOX  DISTRICT
1      ���    ���'    for storage battery  charging and repairing ignition
.  iviring and lighting, etc.     Gasoline 35 cent.-, per gallon
Local Lines
To Rent- two Brst class offices
��� 1 M   K.ean     . nc.    Good light,
rent reasonable,
T 1. B ''       n bungalow,  3
minutes fn m V. 0.   Abply to P;'
A  Smith, .Courteuay.
For fine painting, paperhanging
aud   ile. oral ing    don't fail   to  see
Doyle _. Home, Courlenay.
.Mrs. Kepnei lia_ a fine display I
of new, spring, fancy, goods,  also
a  nice  stock  of   fancy  work.    A
call is solicited. '
Found���At Kye Bay, a row
boat. Owner can have same by
paying expenses. Apply W. Lawrence, Kye Bay,
If youwant auy special pieces of
furniture made, kitchen cabinets,
cupboards, sideboards or pautry
work, store or office fixtures, counters or show cases, made to your
order, come in and give us an idea
of what you waut or we have
sketches for you to select from.
picture framing aud sign work
promptly done. Sutton's Cabinet
Shop.
I>. A. Thomas will be in Courtenay tuning and repairing pianos
until the end of May.
For Sale���Cedar posts and poles;
beardless barley and good seed po,
tatoes. T. C, Woods, Saudwick
Phone R 96.
Certif1cated11ttr.se. Mrs, Philip]
Campbell, who has had twenty
years nursing experience, is taking
cases again. Terms moderate.
Enquire at Mrs. Hodgson, Lake
Trail.
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
tlieir wep kuowu 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,
New Courlenay post cards, finest
selection by first class photographer
at Robertson's Drug Store.
For Sale���14 Yorkshire Pigs, 6
Weeks old, nlso r Brood .or.'.
Apply C, Burchell, Little River
Road' Comox.
From MY hens to YOUR
kitchen direct. I deliver eggs every
Tuesday in Cor.Tleuay, at current
market rate You want my eggs;
I want your money Write and
ask me to call. H. W. Heberden,
Phone Y 96.   Sandwick,
Sandy McNeil lias been confined
to the house since Monday with his
old complaint.
Lloyd Dunham, who twisted his
knee about 10 days ago, isuow able
to be around again.
Mr. A. McMillan, of Denman
Island, an old timer of the district
was a visitor with Mr. A. Urquhart
over the holiday.
Messrs. Hardwicke, Longhurst
and Fechner left Wednesday night
by auto en route for Nanaimo and
Victoria, They got as far as Fanny
Bay when the car broke down and
they had to phone for help to bring
them back to Courtenav,
Over too men arrived in Courtenay by the Charmer' Tuesday
night for the Comox Railway and
Logging Company's Camps. We
were pleased to see tnat a large
number of the old hands are with
us again.
Courtenay now supports three
dairy industries, the Creamery, the
Condensory, aud the new Cream
Cheese factory, which has started
running at Beaver Creek Farm
this week. The local agency has
been placed in the bauds of Messrs.
Shepherd & Hornby.
The Comox Logging and Railway Company's Camps will be run
by the same foremen who were in
charge at the closure, with one exception. Mr. J. McNaughton will
be Supt. and J. Monohan Asst.
whilst the geuial Major will have
charge of the clerical staff, Messrs.
J. McDauiels, Clayton, and Thame
are here to take over Clay Walk,
their old camp, whilst E. Hetn-
miugston is back again to take
over No, 5 in place of J, Hosmer.
Formerly I'cacy'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
Courtenay Fair To Be Held
on Friday and Saturday
September 18 and 19
At the meeting of the Board of
Directors of the Comox Agricultural Association last night it was
decided to change the date of from
Thursday and Friday to Friday
and Saturday, September 18 and
19. It was thought best to do this
as the superintendent of the logging camps says it will be impossible to shut down the camps any
clay but Saturday.
Several working committes were
appointed aud other prelimeuary
work done.
Work at Camps
to Start June 1st
That the work iu the camps of
the Comox Logging aud Railway
Company is to commence on Juue
ist as announced iu our columns
last week has been confirmed by
the sight of many of the men who
were working here before tne camps
shut down coming back to Courtenay. This is iu response to the
call of the Company for all the old
hands to come back to work for
Uiem if possible.
The farmers at Lumby In the
Okauagau will import cows from
Ontario, and reopen their dairy.
WATER  NOTICE
APPLICATION for a License to take anil
use Water will be nmile under tlie
"Water Act" of British Columbia as
follows:���!. The name of the applicant
is Denman Island Stine Co., Limited,
_ The address of tlio applicant is Vancouver, B. C. care of Terminal Lumber
Co. 5. Tlie name is Beaver Dam Lake.
The stream lias its source in Section 17,
Denman Island, Hows in n northerly
direction, and empties into tlie sea about
the middle of lhe Island ou the east side.
���I. The water is to lie diverted from the
lake on the west side, about the middle
of lake. .5. The purpose for which the
the water, will be used for is steam boil-
| ers and stone saws. 6. Tlie land on
whlcb tlie water i.s to he used is described
as follows:���South 1-2, N. _.. 1-4. Sec.
IS, Denman Island, B, C. 7. The quantity of water applied for is as follows :
8,000 gallons per day. Tlie quantity of
water to lie 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 and an applicatien pursuant
thereto and to tlie requirements of the
"Water Act" will be filed in the ofiice
61 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 Island Stonk Co., Limited,
Applicant
S. J.  DUMARES2,
Agent
Last fall there were 350 bartenders working in Vancouver. Now
there are only 300 employed in
that city.

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