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Array 90
Can not li�� Hum. imy Letter,  iuni
not iiulte hu  well anywhere bIbo
ItertiulioiitH.   Onr type ami tiinrliiu-
ery Ih oouiplote ami The Review
piiri'H won^iit
Classified Ads.
Miiki! you* little WhiiIh lomwn
through ti GUutfifld _.dvert*u_i0Dl
in The Review   .   ���   ���   I'limiti f>9
VOL. 4
NO. 33
Household Furniture, and Effects
For Miss King
Saturday, July 15, 2 p. m.
^Further Particulars From
Telephone 10
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
Phone 43 Courtenay
Cook   by  Wire
Electricity provides the cleanest, the
most sanitary and the most hygenic
method of cooking
The Electric range closely parallels the wood or gas
range but excelis either in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under ideal conditions because
Each cooking unit can be switched to high, medium or simmering heat and kept there as
long as needed
It is the acme of cleanliness
Practically no heat escapes into the room
The air is not vitiated
There is no contamination of food
You save food values through the retention of the
essential salts and meat juices, on a six pound
roast the saving is nearly a pound
All the latest standards of range construction are
used, including high oven, thermometer or
glass door, porcelain splashers
The fire risk is lessened because there are no open
We will gladly give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay^EIectric Light, Heat & Power
Co., Limited
Phones: Office_35, Ret. R98      (Office: Mill Street
Local Lines
Mrs. Win, Lewis If ft for Nanai-
tun Inst Friday morning,
Remember Saturday J til v 8 will
be our last day with you. The
King Studio,
Mr. H, Snow-ell, and daughter,
of Kelowna, is visiting her father.
Mr. R, Willotighby.
Mr. llurnilirook, formerly of the
Hunk of Commerce here, wus a
visitor iu town over the holiday,
The Comox Logging & Railway
campy closed clown last Thursday
night for ifii clays. A large iiuin-
lier of the men went to Vancouver
for the holiday.
The baseball team are goilig to
Powell River on Sunday morning
by boat, returning in the evening.
Ticufts are now on sale al jjti for
'.he round trip.
We would suggest that you get
your photo taken while the King
Studio is in town.
Ur. Ernest Hall, the independent
Liberal candidate in Victoria gave
a v.'iy interesting and instructive
address on temperance iu the agricultural ball on Saturday evening.
A fair sized audience was present.
The baseball club succeeded in
winning two games on the holiday.
One team won at Campbell River
and the other annexed the $50.00
prize at Union Day, where they defeated the All Star Cumberland
team which defeated them at Cumberland on May 24th,
Rev T. Menzies gave a very interesting picture show in the Presbyterian churcli, on Wednesday
evening last. A large number of
scenes and incidents in the present
war, battleships, pictures of prominent states .'en, etc., were shown
to an appreciative audience.
Car For Hire���H. W. Heber-
den; phone X92.
Welding-cist iron,   aluniiiiuti,
brass, steel, etc,    Ford Garage.
Plant your fruit trees in the fall,
and keep your order till I call. F.
R, F. Hiseoe, Courtenay, P. O.
Look prosperous. Fix up your
shop front with an up-to-date sign.
See Colin Cnm  bell about it.
Fi nl Garage for Nobby, Goodyear anil Dunlop auto and bicycle
tires and accessories. Bicycles for
Fur sale���200 egg Cyphers incubator, nearly new; uo reasonable
offer refused. Apply, A. Barber,
For sale cheap���Buggy antl harness, new lust year, in good condition Apply, John R. Johnston
For Sale���-Hctlsteiu Cow, 4 years
old, quite O. K.   in   all   respects,
Milking over 3   1-2  gallons  daily. :
Pi ice J.S5.    Apply 86 Review office. I
For Sale���The Cyclopedia of
Modem Agriculture iu in twelve
volumtis, edited by Professor R.
Patrick Wright, Apply, Review
JlSO cash buys a speedy open
launch <��� 1-2 by 5 t-., .villi 7 h.
p. Fnirbanks-MorsJJ engine all in
good ru miug order. Apply P.
Acton, Comox,
Wanted���To   purchase   a small
propellor and 8 foot shaft for small
I launch.    Will consider   buying   a
small   marine  engine.   Apply   at
Review Office.
A Snap -to let, 7 roomed house,
nice gaitlen, So feet frontage, corner Union Street nnd Cumberland
Road; would make good rooming
house; rent $10 a month. Apply
W. Idiens.
Tom Pearse left for Seattle on
Miss Maggie Hayman is holidaying at Seattle.
Mayor Kilpatrick left for Vancouver on Saturday.
It is worth your while to visit
the King Studio if only to see the
photos of the 102nd Batt
Miss I. Libie, of Toronto, is visiting at her uncle's, the Rev. T.
Mr. Lewis is having one of her
new houses on the Comox road
renovated. Mr. J, Stevenson has
the contract
Miss Danard and Mrs, Hutchinson teachers at the schools, left
last week for their homes. Neither
will return.
A good opportunity to bring the
little one in to have its picture
taken while the King Studio is in
Comox Notes
The Sandwick Ladies held their
annual Strawberry Festival and
Sale of Work on Tuesday afternoon
and evening on Mrs. John Grieves
lawn. The beautfilll lawn had
been nicelv fixed up for the occasion
a large marquee had been erected
tinder which delicious strawberries
and real cream were served, A
stage had been erected, und along
row of comfortable seats arranged
in front of it, to do which must
have entailed a great deal of work,
A short but entertaining program
was carried out as follows: ���
Song, ''Sweet Cider Time," Missl
E. Piercy, chorus by eight young 1
ladies. I
.Solo, Miss Lillie.
So'o, "The Veteran" II.   Watkin-
Duett- Misses Williams.
Song, Mr. Peudergast
The "Hobby's Courtship'' was a
laughable dialogue by the young
people of the Settlement, which
provoked rounds of applause and
laughter from the audience. At
the conclusion of the program the
Rev- T. Menzies showed a number
of lantern slides of scenes in con- j
nection with tin* war now raging.
Thus bringing to a close a most
enjoyable evening.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews'  Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Sunday  School antl   Bible Class
10:30 11. tn.    Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
Miss Constance Wright expects
her mother and sister to be with
her for a lew week"  this   Slimmer.
Miss Myrtle Carthew is spending
a holiday at Victoria.
Miss Beattie has resigned her
position us principal of the Comox
public school.
A number of large salmon were
caught at Kye Bay last week.
Mr. Butcher has the finest strawberries to be had anywhere.
Miss Ward is home from Vancouver for the holidays.
A number from here went to
Powell River on the holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ball are
home from their trip to Vancouver,
Victoria and Seattle, Mr. Ball
brought a new car with him ���
Mrs. E. H. Davis is home for a
few days from Vancouver.
There will be a picture show depicting events in the wa: iu Martin's hall on Friday evening.
Mrs (Capt,) Johnston expects
to leave on Friday for    Vancouver
The dance given in Martin's hall
Friday night for the fund to purchase comforts for the 102nd Butt-,
was a decided success, both socially
and financially. There was .1 good
attendance from the valley. Cumberland antl Courtenay also sent a
goodly number. It speaks well for
the memory of the Battalion when
so ma ned out to patronize an
event tui their benefit. The r.ett
receipts were $42 50. Exquisite
music was furnished by Mr uxd
Mrs  Jack Martin.
Miss Wilson left on the Cowichan on Sunday for Vancouver.
Mrs, (Lieut.) O'Kellv has gone
to Vancouver.
The school gardens at Nob H'.U
'arc a sight to behold Miss Wright
and the children have made afaity-
1 land out of rock and -and. The
I children are now marketing the
] vegetables from the kitchen garden
j Stanley Piercy arrived home from
I Vancouver on Saturday.
Miss Ethel Piercv arrieed home
from Nanaimo ou Tuesday evg.
Rev. E. P. and Mrs. Laycock
left on Friday morning for their
new home at Vernon.
Saturday July 8 will positively
be tlie last day for the King Studio
to be in town. Don't miss the 00-
poruuiity to sit for your portrait.
Amongst those who spent the
holiday at Powell River were: Miss
Alice Beaton, Li liie Woods, the
Misses 1 layman, Miss Hawkins,
the Misses Piercv, T. Harms ton,
W. Woods, W. Grant. W. Piercy.
Local Strawberries and  Cherries
are now coming  in,  place   your
order for a crate now
box 256 SHEPHERD'S p^o
Comox Creamery
40c per lb. this week
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes
Paints, Oils, Etc.
We carry in_stock Bricks, Lime, Cement, Doors and Windows
Get our prices (or goods in large quantities
Telephone 1 Courtenay
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wacff �� ae*Bf__-_BB_ .THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. CL
Jk \m*>   E_- La 1Q
An    Ekc In ai voly  Can-idi.-in   Company
Assets Ovor Four  Million  Doll;ir>
An Excelsior Policy is a Money Saver.  Get One To-day.
Prof. M. C. T.inqii.-iry Snys Expedition
Will Roach Homo During Summer    i
The Mrsl member i.f i!n*  \niorl inn .
\ivlii: Croi'i; ,��� I.Minl |"xp.dition, I'm*   111 l.i    VVomI.I'IuI     ('lil\iuVe
I'  sor  Maurioo c. Tiinnunrv "I tin- > ���   . ,   ., ,.  ..
t-Bgo, linn arrived nt fnponlu n on Liniment NCVCI' FtlllS
tho sti 'Unship Agt'ilf from (Ir ���oiiliiud.
., ti hy iheml"nn(*.uii"n"l    UU1J ON NERVILINE
! ils 11 nu "c.' I'liiirni li s in llm hi 'I I'nit
ii i tilig iii'iii in. I'trii lu lh" very last
tlrop,   .'.' n i::t'i' i.  nol ��� r.-������ i. ii..'I il i
, puiii-i'i nun iim power in   il  ,     i  I'ivu
: ��� ��� rt'uti i ni sti'fiis'lli Hum onlin i y
luul boon olitu Ihyll xpodilion. |     KUU ON   NERVILINE       "'"  '"'
I'h" ivni"iiiiu.' in, i,il��� ,'   olll -tplui--      v       ,��� ���,, ,   ��� Vl iiii'iinlfi'   Korvilino   will   run
Ins parly which is hciult'il hv Uniiahl rs.-urnl��ifi quickly cured ia In;.-.���, ut'uriil.iu mil nnly <- 11 ���..* it, hut
11, Miu-illlhui have h-cn forced tit "".V, ten tunes cured. I .ill li- n. nr.ilv in nctunlly nml ponnuiieiilly cure it. Jusl
stay nl  Nnrlh'Star lluv   ns llu' r.-lU-C   !''"':,  "'"���'' "|l" l,lB ""''���'������ i,:l1   ''���''"'���   hi lho same way will il euro luuibni-o,
hip t'luitl was unable in eel Ihrouirli! '""' , '" '"" "!umU ' l'-'1'! ���'��� iV:" l!l"  ���   hdien, ���"lil" "s ���'  rheiini.'ilinm.
I'.vtm ii si    h ui iiliculin ,      Tn 11 ii,,u r nil luiisftihir ,"",'1 in na
'I'h.' arrival ol I'rol '-siir Tun*
"Silver Cl ii " lias been -.1 ilng
perfect starching In Cana ll in
li me i, i ir nearly 60 y ar .
hi ono pound package 11 n i Ix
pound fancy enamolle I Uns,
co. ui m itr: D
Will' ! nil
lu.-nv ill Cii|i,'iiIit'i'ii i   |'(.|ii)V|pil In ill w'" l'''"l0v'' tl"' nt'i'vi; roiiyi'slion lliul   puiu,  it      Nerviiine,    ;\   lui'irc  hoi I In
lespulch frt ���  Danish capital to h1"*'8.')"' I'"'"-, , in the home keep* Hit: , r'ri   hill
|���, i\.,,h'���l v,.u ,  Vir,   , Nerviiine pen   Niton deeply ml,, ||,r   sninll     (ltd  llio l..i"v 50a fiunily me.
lino !"ii Irnles deeply inin lho  sninll    (ltd llio Inrtto 50a Iiuni
io, roaches lho source nf in.   litiUle: il i   moro oi iiuomli'iil Hum ll
ll'ivos    il i.ul    rn.,I    ,md   'ine Inn! size.    Snld hv nil ilrui! ri
lhe i 'I'lihnl Vi'u.i Agent )
Professor  I'hihiuiii'v nnd Iwo others    f'"
ol llm i". Ilium ilinlg >i| nil lho wnyj  ""
houI.Ii  ovorlanil  witli    thr object    ol   t��'i'iiidi.    r,ve'y drop td  Nomliuo Is  everywhere,   or Ihu Cnliiiri
reaching  lho  [li i    Dtinish    steamer  l'"__"  l':"''"Mll"ll";|l:' I'1"'"'.   mull Kin don, Cnnmln
snilinfl, liul   inly 'J'niiquni'.v   ueceodetl j' ""    "   " ��� 	
iiiiur mi llio v.'*.    ,   Tho oxpoill-l jui|  _.odn
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J_S8r^ msk i �� \
jh*p $*
,  r-^��
Cosh Pi izes
For Frontier
Championsh ips
Moose Jaw,    -    Sash.
July 11th to 14th���Four Full Days
Cheapest Excursion Rales mi allRailrcads
Grand Re-Union; Competitive Tournament; Early Western Scenes; I'eat*
uring the World'n Chiunpioii  Bucking Horse Riders
'this is YOU!"  Invitation For Further Particulars Write
>i v. .ll reach homo, is Is oxpectoil,'
mi"  lho Kiinilnor. I
\i llic Vnrnioiilh V, M   ('. A, Hoys'
Camp Indil nt Ttmltol I'all i in  Utgu il
l f ul MINAlfD'P I IMMIAT mosl
honoficinl tor sun inirn, nn iiiiinoilitito
f ��� 11. i' for colic nnd lotilliiirlii-
tloiii nil S 'c'
Ciuuulii'n oxislinf! ovoi'-s n rorcn ex
ri'i'ds  hy 00,01)0  lh"  Hlronglli  of llu
Hriiish  Army  nt  llio _ul-i.uk of lln
u ur.
A. P. Day, Man tgt r.        E. J. McMillan, Secretary.
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'.nd ns ill" lending specific
I'slnii'liim of worms, Mother
Graves' Worm Ex I ���rminnlor lias
proved n hoon to euffcriu** children
everywhere.    II seldom [nils.
"Fish lum!;.* havo been found in
tinned nnd frozen meat purchased
from two American firms for use in
ih" lliilian Army    The fisli hooks ure
believed to have  u inserted by Our.
man   workmen    employed    hy   those
firms," says   ������ Rome correspondent.
A Medical Need Supplied.
��� "A-
it'll a
Do mil f",ir to plvo credit whore
oivdil ia due, If un cunnol do "troiil
tli ed ' we enn nl l"n*i nppn einle llu in
in olhiTS, ��� No jealniiH nnd en\ loun
-piril "in ri i.' In i'i-' ulil, -'���. wlinli vi r
���mi nm.   nre mi. !��� .1 nu I no broad
nnd ���: iii'i.iii : piril enn ever live nn
i','ii"ii!" Iii", however i ircuni ��� ���> ib '.I
its mtt'i'odntlini b, \ ��boln lifetime
uf  IiiiiimIi'iiih   ilnlii's  cnnnol   ro  iiiu'-
A Compai i.iiin In Cncuo tins
In li   ��� Ihnn i ivo yi nra Gerinnny Im:'
lusl in li'ill! ��� over nt" limes ns uiiiny
lllllit'l     ll:   H'     ll" ui   i "I"' nm
..I lh" t ml Wur, Nnrlli ��� loi i I
n ��� Hi 1)00 i ilh .| In hut tie nml I'LOOO
u In. dletl of iviiiiud . in diill i ri loi I
��� I 110.000 liilled, 'lb. Ger Tin I.iii" I
nniniinl In Hlll.ooo Hinee lhe Knin r
hu ��� only nboul Hire ��� limes nu Inrirn
ii  |iii|uii.iluin    In iiiun    upon us lind
i"",   emsleiie Iocs  Hi"  bul.il  nf   Miriiluun Lincoln, mid ns lie is luflliiu*
l ������ -1 ��� * > 1111 -:  lb"  il.'.'ils  nnd  experiences   men in bailie over ten limes ns I'nsl,
of others, He- rat In of Germiiny's dull-   loss lo
populnlion  i-i moro Ihiin  llii'i e tlmi'.i
Clvilinn   lluMii. nld man, home on  n   ureal as wns lhe I"    nl Ibe North-
leave!      Mow  nro  things going  wilh  fin Slnles.   Hut Gerniiiuy Is not allow-
us oul Ihere? | iuu .o mniiv men lo i'i" of tlineuse ns
-oldier   I couldn'l lell yuu; hnven'l
"im n now spa per for months'   l/m-
ii"ii i ipitiion.
tliil lb"  I niie I Slides,    Discus:; look
100, i Union soldiers, or upward ol
double nn in my us were Inkeu liv ('on-
tcdernto bullets,    I'liihulclpliiii l,eduer,
An Excellent Meclhin** ..... . . '    ���   ,
,      .,,.,,,       .... .   ���    Uillcrs Worm Powders nre n prompt
loi'CnUahOOa Aliments   relief from  the ntlaelts of worms in
bildrcn.   They aro powerful In their
llnby's Hum Tablets lire nn excelli
remedy for childhood nibiienls, Tl
,! ] ncliou nii'l, u bile in'aving nothing lo
��� v   be desired ns n worm expellant, have
regulate Ihc bowels, sweeten the sloni
ueli,  bnnisli colds uml  simple  [even
nnd cure ul! minor ilia ol liul" ones
i nn" 'ruin t (hum  Mrs. II. X.  Kisnm
Owls Head, \. S., wril",-: "I always .
ii-e Haby's Own Tablets for my little j "eh and bowels
ones and find Ihem un excellent nidi
fin"  for childhood  nilmcnls."     Tin
Tablets nre sold by medicine dcalen
or by innil nt 25 oenla n box from tin
Dr.   Williams'   Medicine  Co.,   Brock
ville, (int.
i inviRornting effect upon Hie youthful syslem. remedying lever, biliousness,   loss  nf   appetite,   sleeplessness,
mil  other  ailments  lhal   follow  di**
inlcrs caused by worms in the .torn*
Tbe governnieni ol Now Zealand is
building a five mile railroad funnel
nl a cost of nearly $5,000,000 to "ive
close connection h divei n tbe cast and
west coasts of South Island,
Including Mitiltiz, Cliciuicnl, Civil, Mech*
i.nic.il :i.i'l ulectriiatl Kngluccring.
Durin.itlic Wnr thorowill bo cantinuou;*
tensions in Medicine*
Tlie Arts Course tuny be taken hy eon *-
Bpontlenc., but stiitlt tus desiring to gradu*
ate inur,t altctiil one session,
aK__H_aa__x_ fBW������WW i    i    ir.
medicine ia found thai nol only nets
upon l be stomach, bul is so composed
thai certain ingredients of ii pass unaltered through ibe stomach lo find
riclion in lhe bowels Hem there is
avuilablc u pugntivo and n rlonnser
of greal effectiveness. Parmeleo's
Vi- etablc  Pills arc of this character
.  _      _    77,                      ;"'"1 "'''' "",' l.ef,1 "',"" '"j1'8' '.""''"" Man of the House-Why did vou tell
A Few Good Hens                 tho years tha    bey hnve been In use my ^\>��� v.h.lt  time  I  camo in    this
It is probably a fact lhal the aver-  they have established  themselves as morning after I expressly told vou not
;e   uburbanile with a tew fowls in   no other pill Inn  done. t0?
- back yard makes moro than the                     '  The Cook���Sure, Oi didn't lell lier,
mer with his numerous scrub-fowls |    He���1 loreuplbal poem 1 wrote Inst She nsked mo whal tonne ye got  in
W'iiie -Tomorrov.' will be my twenty-
sixth birthday.
Hubby���Why, n year ago, jus! before
our wedding, yuu told mo you wore
Wific- Vi'-:. but wo women age mp-
idlv nfler marriage.
Liniment    Lumberman's
nnd ideal range. I'urmcrs of Ibis class week,
should learn thai a dozen pur., bred Hlu
liens   with   good   care  will   yield   far besl
ureuter profits tbun several limes this
number of scrubs .-
you ever tli.l
an' Oi iniii her Oi wns so busy gettin'
He* breakfast that Oi didn't look at
tho clock.
The Mistress* My Inst maid was too
[amilinr ��itli the polio: man. I hope
I can trust you?
The Maid -Oh, yes, madam: T can't
bear 'em. I've been brought up to
'.������:" lh" very sight of 'em. Pa's a
"Did you tret a recommendation
from your Inst mistress?"
"Where it is?"
"Sure il wasn't worth keeping,
ma'am "
Same Old Story
iH rom tape
W-tiare swnrnstal"-
cur*, r _?I'.t; 6_:   ;.
ot Cofmiivion* in i
fi.ro sampiB ol Sr.
Rani's iemr "v. Wi
.   l'ii*I?-ti.lllE<l:l
I if you cur om *.:*i
1 REI-JR-I "��;*���- Ig
___,     .      _       yaur (eltet*    Kur.*
���fell tl liillititinl-li on mi'. Elu an sn' loll urtlnlara,
Br. f. HARVEr R00I' CO.D-pt. A148D S<��- "���M"** *'���'*
Mr.   M,   A.   Morrison   Suffered   from i
^. iiiney   Dincase   for   Five   Years���
Dodd's Kidney Pills Cured Him.
Turin,), Victoria Co., '.'. II. (Special.)
��� i 'un i of Kidney (rouble of five
years' standing nnd of which Ihree
doctors failed to cure him, Mr. M. A.
Morrison, ti well known resident of
iiii* place bus no hesitation in staling
lhat ho nive.' bis health lo Dodd's
Kidney Pills. j
"1 una so wenl; I could nol walk
rt quarter of n mile nnd to-day X am
able tn attend lo my work art well as
I was twenty years ago," Mr. Morrison
snys. ' I'i.r five years 1 suffered from
Kidney Disease. I was treated by
three skilful doctors but got nol
"Then n friend advised me to ut-ej
Dodd's Kidney Pills. 1 wont to the
druggist and gol [ive boxes. Before
I luul used fom boxes I wus completely cured.
"I udvis" anyone suffering frmn kid-
There is no Wool in Franca
Aboul as tragic ns wns the situation
lu Canaan when there was no com in
the land, is the news that there h no
wind fn be bought for love or money
in France,   Mme. O'Gorman, th ��� l!"i
Cross visitor from lho front, now in
Toronto, advocates the sending of un*
knitted  yarn,  the  sending of  which
will enublo many poor women I" earn
money.   She was nlso Interested wilh, ,
the experiment    of cotton    legs    for    ��      ,"' """    ," ""' ,' ,     8 K' '"'V
socks and  thought tho  idea  a  good  -'li��-Anyone who wnnts to know more
niiiuit my cure bus only to wrjto to
me nnd i will toll them all ahout it."
Dodd's Kidney Pills nre no experiment. They havo been curing kidney
disonse in nil parts of Canada for n
quarter of n ci ntury. Ask your neighbor^ about theni. I
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v ip
Take Z Tablets at Bedtime
and you will arise  feeling
lefreslied, Bright & Vigorous.
*��� ���*.��.
I low They Cure
I'ii'.sisvii.t.r, Qrr.
"I suffered from Kidney Trouble ler
���evernl years, nntl trictl numerous remedies
and doctors' prescriptions without permanent
reliei, my erise being: clironic. Alter seeing
about (,in Pills, nml as it is it well known
lat-t tli.it Juniper, without alcohol, is exi ellenl
for lhe Kidneys, I decided to try (Jin Pills.
One single pill gave me prent reliei'. I liuva
now taken four boxes of Gin Pills anJ iitul
No P,race on a German Basis
From iim" to time, wilh each successive discouragement or with nn
nppnreul success, gained nt n terrifying cost, Germany bus put out pence
feelers. Tbe most recent of Hies,'
appeared in lhe Berlin reply lo Hie
American demand that submarine
murders cense forthwith, Church nnd
Slute havo he n used to convey hints
that Germany woultl have pence���on
myself cunipicit'ly cured.   No more bad j her own lei'ins.   One after another tb.
humor-Increase in weight-clear eyes-fresh   nations opposing  Germany havo em-
*h���f"ra!,0Piii.^enBrf  ��"? vig0H'   Thls '* 'phalioaHy answered the German plea.
Wflftt Om Pills have done for me. t [��� , -   ���_ _    * .       i
II. POW1S HERBERT.     ! homF, dal ll '.llust n   '"''''" iy   d4W
Your druggists sells Gin FBI. joe. a box ?,n tlle ?-rUS."" "ill""Tl     Tl
or six boxesf..So.   Write for freesarnpi Z 'hose nations mean exacUy what thoy
jj I say���-lliat Ihere will  be no pence on
National Drug & Chemical Co. I:i Oerman basis and that when peace
nf r-.n-J_    l i-.ii.-J   T__    t | evenfii.i Iv does come Germany will
ot Canada, Limited, Toronto. |,,, ���bli_(,;i t0 agfeo (0 tll0 te,,m^ but
��� i will  have  not  the  slightest  part  in
W.    N.    U.     llio I laving them down.���Now York Herald.
When you feel gloomy and depressed and cannot sleep, suspect your
nerves. When you shrink from company and would rather be alone you
are losing confidence in yourself, and that can only mean weak nerves.
It is not natural io be sohinry ami unsociable, it shows clearly that vilalily has become reduced,
and ihc nervous sy.tetn correspondingly weakened, But fake Ur. Cassell's Tablet:- for such a
condition and yuu will be astonished at tho results, astonished at the bright new>health you will
gain, at the splendid vigour and vitality Ihey will give you.
Mr. Poole, a business man of (.0. Infirmary Road, Sheffield, England, says:���" I luid lost al!
confidence in myself, and was ar'ually afraid lo meet people. The alertness mid activity I had
formerly possessed were r.one. My iiis>c>tion was feeble, and .'lct'plr-.snc-i wan terrible. Hut when I
comment ��1 '..iking Dr. Cassell's Tablets I soon felt better.   Now I am a:; well and lit as any man of my age."
Dr. Cassell's Tablet i are Nutritive, ItcstoraUve, Alteralive, and Anti-Spasmodic, and of great Therapeutic
value in all derangemouts of lho Nerve and Functional Systems in old oi young. 'J'bcy are the recognised
modern home remedy for Nervous Breakdown, Nerve nr.il Spinal Paralysis, Infantile Paralysis, Rickets,
St. Vitus' Dan' e, Atunmia, Sleeplessness, Kidney- Disease, Dyspepsia, Stomach Catarrh, Brain Kag, I leadache,
Palpitation, Wasting Diseases, Vital "ixhaustion, Loss of Flesh, and Premature
lor Nursing Mothers and during thc Critical Periods of Life.
rc Decay.   Specially valuable
Druggists ami Dealers throughout Canada -ell Dr. Cassell's Tablets. If not procurable in vour city
scud tu the oln agents, llarohl 1'. Ritchie & Co , Ltd., 10, McC.iul Street, Toronto; one tube St) cents,
six tub'*; for tlio price of live       War Tax Extra, 2 cents per lube.
Sole Proprietors:���Dr Cassell's Co., j,/.,, Manthaler, liny.
FmJ j-w? mme md ttUrtsi tnM S t*nts for
pottage., etc., to tiarolii F. Rittkii * Co., Ui..
10, Mi. mi Strut, Toronto, arj i [m^'ki
ample anil be maim you (tie of -Aj*{..
B^it^iin^lGrieatest Remedy /CO
nK^janaur />u_e*Mrrait��<'-r
j .-.It. 1- he li
fur  11   gum
i.i.lil ii i r, wornoul cow
pt'iCIl   "I    ""I    n   big    luiee
i F.,riii'i:,' Sour, Sbouiil bo Given Some
Incontlvo lu Slay on lho Farm      J
MORAL  PREPAREDNESS THE   PLEA  TO AMERICA ^rJ��;liflU\1If1��'��0 -'-,;;; i,,,,",,',"-^;;;';;,' ?��� S'Uh'tJ
   Ul,,,. yen.-"    And  sny  tills right Lew developinenlH in n-rieullure wilh
Dr. .. A. Macdonald, of Toronto, Tell the American People Why ^upffi�� 'that tor'tS^dll^K t^n���f_d_Hngt>m'',l UheH
Canada is Endatfed in the War, and Makes a Plea for the        girls?  n fn.ili.-i' is tricky, is noi Hint industries, the problem ol mniutuiii-l
.���yeparedness of American Mind and Conscience
in  lesson  i.i deception for lhe youngling  "orlilitv  and  aupplvini   food
folks?   Tiny ihink fidlier is nil right,   ll nlion would be solved,
\Vhul  father does and snys musl  be      ,*       ,.���_,,  ,,���, -        ,
1,11 f't*1-11 ���"' """' In do; so Iho world |m.e  ;K���  -i-,, ,,, ,,!���!
EVEEIf spoMy^-_a
(l                                                        '    Wliiil  hither does uml snys musl  bn      ,--���  ,,.,,,  ,,,,,  -���,,,��� ,���,,,,,.    ,,,._! A?!��        -O-,-,1 H
-      The Spi.it ol lhe West     >>[^ a'h mm tZ "'"''''r"" ,"1 *" "*,  ['i','1"1 ,,:""       ' RECREATION^ V\
'""         "'-"            ""               | un ni   in  reinnhi   while  they  nre  in *!:'_>  \ \
Wt'sieriiers  Havo  H.'i.tlily  Responded      '   ''I."'''   :l  "'""   ���y10f iR?," ""M  a   'heir "leoim,"   The lit; of tli   average ���__��-�����-���.-            fif     Vl
,    ,,     - ���    ,n       ,.               yoke of oxen.   After he had lhe money  young hoy on lhe fnrm    : *-SB,*"e''*'��*io.    ^         m
lu ""' CtlM '" l"'""'"'             ! in hi,; liantls mid lhe oxen wi re cone.! ,,|,,,  , ,, for ��� ������ ,,., ,0���     <\ ���,  \ , ,.. ^1:*^;:'t*_f}.&-m._     Vj
I      Kiel in  t'uiiiiihi tloes  ii"!   need  In  lho old fallmr snid lo his boy: "Now, ul  labor am  Im" , drudgery  i    eon ' '    ,^tsiffj*^j,j
��� i i,, , i,,,i,���i ,,i ., i,���i Wi.ai, ri, i'ii im, hi I my hoy, thai  wus ton i li for Ihose ' slant nnd lh invenli ne. - uieli ns he SOLO nv am. i.enu mioi: d--.a-._u.-:
*Vy pit.ii is for ihe prepared noss
of lhe Aincricaii nniiil, "I lhe Anu'i'i
enn conscience, ol lhe Anierlcnll will,"
wus ,lm declaration of Dr, .1.  \. Mac
doiuiltl i" ii inn*' n iiii1; under lhe
ausplci s ul llu   I'n sbylerinn flcnornl
Assembly held nl AI hint ic ('Ily r lit-1 j    reminded ,.i ., |,,,| \\Vsh i'ii ('lunula \")y a"e'' "'"' was ton i h for Ihose j slant u nil (he eon venlenees mcli ns he I    sou* uv am, hc-cid shoe DEA-EIU.
ly.   He ��poke for more Ihan an I '   .       ' .. . .    ..     ���   ,        oxen,   Thev  were no)  wnrlli il   Vou  has  seen  in eily jinnies nre luekinir. |    \VOBNBYEVEffl*MEMBER of THE_-*qpf
in Hi'' nii'l' ���' "i eiilleves und uiiiver-   """ ','"' ' '" | liUln part ill  lhal  in y nml k'vp it   Nn  Ineenlivn 1*. offered  I  i"__-_*i��:~i��'."_i^"'_M^
lilies i.ntl their |in  lhe worltl eon*   I rovli  mm looks, and not in vain,  | |,  m lhe  neighbor    Wn eun'l  nt-   Ihose  ,i. :,������, .;,1.1.-   feulures,      M..-i	
filet of Ideal,   Kefere s lo Canntlii'i   for lhe cheery opliniisiu niul spleiull I   ford lo Inke his money in nny such   boys,   iviien  yt.ung,   wiuil   lo  I im   ._,
I'i'il in the e.miliei  iii  I |ie were  , Mn,, ���,���.,,��� ,,, ,,���,,.,    T|���..,, Ktr-rlii.K     '''���'���"   ,!"'   ,l'"  :""  l""t',��W.    "He  farmer.  Ilkt; Iheh  fulhei      The\   Iin    W (MUCH KM*  War H03pitalS
rl^|l;;i;r .. ,      mi I�� have ii.,wlm,'e bee  Hlrlk- ' _��p,,,."'l �����* .���,'�� l.'.I.4"'*' .-"���������"������    " ��.�������� ��I ���"��   �����*  the  representatives
'|ll.ill'l 'fl   hnve  Imlihere   h.
.   worltl war iroi     '',',, it   Mr l)lll'K|lin!    ' ho old man wus fnm,   ugl'loullural orllogo,!    nnd    Ibe        |. Constitute    Whole,   Sl.tf     From  Su*
ma, in me   let- eve ' ��� Canudian,   mgly  displayed  ns  ,   rrcoid  .i    however,  i usisled  Ilml   bis son  me ng city Inrmer ������nlhusii  Is pic* eoon, ���_ 0r_.P|l��i
nu    un,,.|,  ne.l    und     llsguiHcd    recruiting   unee  llm  wur  liogmi.    H  had over-reiiflied and sb I pay back   Hire  llio  beauties ol  fnrm  lib    bul goons to orderlies
hi ui,'.hii i- Hull, n  ibun any nl lhe j "  nol Mini lhe Ue i enn eluiin   o he  pflrl   .1 lhe money, and lie finnlly did   when they fiice llu- cold  renlily lhe      A hospital in ivhich oi y the | it ���: ������
greal  tun. nl In lory, il ii n struggle   more ilmem [lily linprp-innted with Hie  .,,,    p,, y,,,,  >u,,,,,.^.- cillior nf llieiii | followinij 'moi-nin-t, Ihey nre dissnlis- '���'���    men is one of the war time inm-
ie.i in' lerriloij  hui for freed  fm'  *l"ril "I  hriiish freedom, bid  rnllier ever loal anvlliliiK by lliul course? As  tied and wunl l" leave'lhe larm '   ''""-  i;i   Condon,   It   is  in   End
tin: freed  ihe soul, for lhe iileuls   thnl Ihere the   piril "I youlh, wlneb 11,,,,... ,|H |���. hved i'���. ,���.,��� iy|10  boii{thl I    | i.elinvo I know how lhe mv udlv ""'"'! near Covent Ciniden Market, a d
'of   liberly:   u    tin- :��� !,���  for   llm   i-lulil   '- the   uui nl ndvenlure, reiithlj  i-""-  Ihoso oxen  rjiuke of Ibe fanner nnd   ������ flinil [,,,,,. [,,,,]   -ol  |  ,w,, one mv- ''"-  'll"lv  ",;l11'  "'","    ""' "  :"   ���,;r'
el n free people to iroveru Iheiuselves, | pnnds In lhe call of dnuei r from llm h,|e son ,,s ;���',,,,.,i mnMi v. nil liv to be Lp|f    |U| i,,,..,, ,!,<',.n,.,| |||Prn for moi-e :"'""' ���"" women.   Tin   institution
���mil I'm-enuuhh of onnoi'tuuilv lor llm   "lilllu isle om fnlhers held tor home,     hrlicvod In  'very spot und plnce, Ves,  'n,n,', "���  i,_u ,,,,i,,,.,���'    I  i���.ii���,-,. H,���i 'he ouljn'owth of a niovenient '���  i
' i1 ��� -iii iii. v 'i'i*  ....... i i i   * .   (III. Illil      11 <1 11     I I   I! I 111 i . Ilitllt\'lll.ll , ... , ., ...
Iiiile l.iie'dii n* und Hi.' -mull mil ion*    tb'   Cnlgnrj   News-lclei*i'iun   claims   )on(, ft-|,,,. ih,,v  were l��.ili do.id nml   ii,,,., :��� ..  ,.,,,,,   iv it.-i  ,.;ii eniinier "*  ''"'  Women s   Hospital  Corps.    '
1,1       ' '"I  lliul -liny v.ii.-* lull tJ llu ni nnd ! .���.,   ,|,,, ju,!...   ������.  ,i,���   ,,,,,���   , ",'i,.i, lit 11*. body of women left Kn
Hlr.iuf.li   lor Hm ritflit to ������ '   ���ll" ���"*������ ;l " '�� '
I'll     Ill    Hie   HUI,    lei!    fur    llll'    fil'l'lll "Tllt'il'   I'll illll llle Illll I'.V   illll iPS   llllvillg I llleil'    11 !��� 11111 i'\'    ll ,i.'i   III"   llllile   flil-I'll III I   .,
Powers iilone, Hrituiu nntl Krancit and   hen  disposed  of  [or another    yeur,  for thai  simpli   little transaction.      I Hint
(jenniiiiy nml l!u sin, bul for Helxiiun , sovi ral inure men iher.-; ol the Alberta     Now. I have culled Ihis a small mat-1 i,���.���
nml liiiinuiil,   mid   Holland ami the   l.e-jishiliiro hnve oxehunj-etl Ihc toj-il ler.    I  In
Senuiliniivinn   counlries    ninl   (Jreeco   for Ihe uniforni, und today morn Ihnn   No such Hi in-  is n mi ml I inulter,  III v ���  :,. ,:
antl the nnlkiin Slides, thnl they, loo,  | wenly jier it. or Iho Proviiieinl'Law- is a Ki'eal mailer that we shall every
us fieel.t  mnl si "iireiy ns iheir hir-er   nitik -rs ure an ler llm colors,   All lold, I ono of us, livu llu   pure, clean, while
neighbors, mny each  In   free In  live | Ihere nre fifty-five  representHtives in   life.    We enn gel  along  without   the
tli.ir own  life, iii cherish Iheir own j Hie House a I Rthnonton, nml of these, | money; Ihe eharneler ive musl bn
itli uls, imi  i i make iheir distin
tlilillfh.il   In   lhe   civili-ulioii
for  the  fur
in ll itrly stages of th
so  the   wounded   soldiers
ley  were called back, as tl   ���
eleven hnve ahendy signed up "or see-  And all llm lillle thing." ue do dnv-hy-  ?' r'"'".1'
vi verseus.   Thi* ,o one more than day help lo make up ehuracter.  Nol ��� '"'���-'��� ;"
freedom of tho world.   For anything In fifth, und d is douotlul if there is reputation   that    is only   (lie   frolh   ,   "
less noble Canadians, too, oughl lo be  any other legislative body  in lho Do-  whipped ii|i by the wind on Hie top P1 ''
i'ii ii  prevails among    tin in, un
remetiy is encourugeinent. Som
... ilive   lilllt   be   offi red.   nol   nfli
I used the rigid word. I boya -mvn ,.K.,c|,r-| iheir majoritv, bill   u"v '"'   eve"   """''  ,"!-
.j,!. ������ cure for tlm many  wounded  *���
' brougld homo lo I'.'iiglnnd,
I-1��� -in thi* small h (inning th ��� h< ���-
! pitnl,   ��bicli     will    necoino lal
wounded soldiers, sprang.   Th    i
. 'I   -nl.li' r  iv  considei ibly   -    prisei
is  well  em,neb In  lal
lu my nolle i nuiny yenrs
illuslrnt.es whnl  I mean hy iucenliv
lor encoui'ng''ineiit, und the tiiscnurn
elm-  wn^  visiting n  piilicnl   io bo brought to the hospital ai     ���
  .     .       , , iiiiulrv.   .Iu*l us he whs 1-uv-  only '.vuiiiei! orderlies in the cor i
too proud Lo fight,   liul for anylhing iniiiion thut enn mnke abetter show-  of Hi enn depths  below.    Repul- M'tg the house, little Jul y, )lm fnrm-  nml women surgooiis and pi
more worlliy nono of tho hern-* and   ing. tion ii only ii few lines written ahoutl1'''3 l'1''111 year old son, said, "Doctor,  attend him.
patriots of old iter I,ml n chaiico to j    ������(,( ,],��� ���ieV,.n Alberln solons, two  �����" hi the dust,   Chariicli'r is the deep-  t'.lls ls my birlhdny    uml   pupn hu*     The medical  staff coi    its
tn oul and die. .,,,,.  c0|,,ni |.-   uno'is n Meier, ihree   graven story of lhe inner life, written If.'Yf'J-""' :l '',''-".  !  ',''""', ���"" '." ".'''   '"''- '""" under Hie
Proceeding, lu deull wilh the phases  .',,,��� Captain*' three hold rank is lieu-  for cteniily.*-Kdgur I.   Vincent
through winch tho nations, nnd pur- j ton.-mts   and live nre privates.     One 	
lieiilnrly   I'ru,,,,   und    Britain,    had  ���, t)lfl ,]���,,,. , uptnins bus seen active Daylight Saving
pnssed in their struggle for tlm ire--   s,,.ve,, in ���],��� .,,,..,, v..,,-. ,,,���] |s home1 J   b
dom of idens, for the rights of llm com-1 on  furlough,   antl one of lb
inon people, and for equal justice for j i,i,.|,tm!uiils has risen from lhe ranas. ,,.,,        ,    ���,   ,.,    , ,���   , , . ,      ,
"������'     '- u'--1-1- "' '���"-���'���' | d, '.'nt  lo  i  big  In-,  would sell  it   supervision  of  the  bospitul  is  :
In  Bur     where   saving  is  now i "mj have "lots onnonPy." nun's hands.
i neeessurv,  set,,ml counlries have     J'roin time !" Hui* during llm sum- 	
lumped till the clocks iilmiiti an hour,"101' Johnny took jrrenl pride in show-             People and Lund Poc-tr
ivitii   intent     of  ec i���ing    tiiose I !"K ')is-l.'ig. wiitching il enl. und keep-.]    The Bhorlage    of   nr    in    ���-'���'-
nil el.isse.* before the law. In the ��
conflicl   ul'   ideas   Ihere  could   be   no' jt   ^' ~
lieutrnlity und in this coiini clion h
rvlhing into considerntion,
,-t democratic ns  well  ns
u   mosl   patriotic  body,  Ihis  Alberta
Sll',i: I Legislature. Its members ure fighters
Preparedness' ' es. n America is to   ,,|���.n ,, enm s [(J politics and  vel  il
piny uny worthy purl  in llm gigantic   |s SP](l���tn i|m|  ,���,,. sjde of lhe House
conflicl of  Ideas,  winch  will disturb, HnPa  ,,,.,,  lo ,,Vr  ,vjj|,  |t���,  ot|,P1,  |���,|
llle world long nfler the wur nf I'orccs   ,,,,   i])p   nunstion
bus spent itself, it is high lime America made ready for that  inevitable
llnl Ibe n tidiness for which I plead
pit..    1   wen!  you  I"
lit." lie proudly led lh.  doctor lo the chief surgeon,  n  dental i
pen,   where  hu   -In,we,I   him  n   nice ophthalmic surgeon, a pal        ist    i
little bluelt pig iibi.ul a week old. lie X-ruy operator, nn  anaesthel if   i
d tliiitt; minutely the superior a number of physicians    I       Iditi
,1,,,,,,.,, . ���, , ...  .points of lln*  pig und anid that  ha women medical students vi   t tl    hus
Hour Token From Sleep of Sloth Adds  ���us ..roing In lake care of il and, when p,i���l. and  the entire  adi
Millions lo Wealth .of World
vuliiiide 110  minutes  fr   she 'ing  ii  clean.    Three tunes n day he   Hamburg, I'runkfort antl Li  |
..���   sloth for llm urgent needs of dnywork.   would  slrul  like u little man oul  lo  other large cities is account d  t
 patriotism    the   Oerniany alone    estimates an annual  'he pen carrying  slum  milk uml  an   I lie luck of nitrates by whi h the   i   :
ifly-fivn niembeis ure u unit." suving of over .MOO.000,000 u year in I uriiiiit) o[ corn, und hied to ucl nnd    -ns  n   rule   very   impoverisl   d���   is
Thi* is ., ree,,r,l of which  'll-erlni*. I light und power hills. talk like u full grown farmer, As llu irished,      Gerniuny  lias  : -
lave reason ic.he nroud.   The sw.ltl    1'os.sibly il is.n reflex of thi* slimu- smiini.;r .pro-rfH^.l   he enlarged  the  years hud to rely upon h       I
id in Ihi* pi
* iif lhe American
is lie' pr, pari iin
Mind, tho preparedness of the Aineri-j [tf���^
ei llm Kiiiiipeun war is n
unifying force tliroughoul the Bmpire,
Bast nnd West in Canada are one in
Tlie only rivuhy between
Ins nl   innovation  Ihui   is  displayed l-f'��. Civuig Ins pel  some extra pus-   Irates lo keep her soil in a proti
in a kindred proposition advanced on lure,  and   111ii��� ���  often   would  gather   condition.   Then, the shrinkage of la-
tin's side of the  water whereby one green vegetation for il.    On one oc-  hor on farms, and the commandeering
if our foremost netivitics���Stock Bx- fusion ho staled  lhal   nexl  year  he | of live stock for the i Is of the Gei
in  Conscience,  llm  preparedness of  ., "     ���_"���_��� L,.,  ,��� . .',,',1,,,,,. n..,  change (ratling���would j-'uin an hour,   was (*<"ing lo  buy Iwo or three pigs  man Army ut tbe eastern and western
1 .:....>''ii ,.1,11.     !.,   . , ,1   ,.j   _,be    .   wouU| |)o| li(; in .leftjij|g |lny  ,V|t|, Jus money and ask papa lo rent fronts, have contributed to bring abou
inarch upon llm clock, but in shoving him n piece   of ground so   thai  he   n  serious  state  of  affairs.    I' '.-���
the  whole  trailing day   itself  uhead  could inise: his own corn. Ho conclud-1 cconomisls have held a conference in
cu minutes,   us measured in terms uf!'"' hy saying dial Im "wus coin:.' to   I'erlin for the purpose of advising the
the old   reckoning   nnd us   compared (he uj'uinur and rnise  liogs und get   Slate as lo the best methods of con-
���.'.iih 1.Iher every diiy iietivilies. rich." serving other^food supplies, which may
And there is a real economy urged     Wlien the pig wus ten months old,   he required in a larger degree, if '
nol so much in physical lighl ns iu   "ohnny's  father   snld  bis    hogs,  in-  war should puss into another winter
heller distribution nnd use nf lime������ |chiding Johnny's.   Jnhnnv wns very!
lhe American Will. , , , ,    .
1, 11       ;  11, i, i��� 1   1, ..   1,, ,,,, i���i- and general on in the spirt of unify
Hi Iter,   iiillliltiiv   li-ttel.   to  irn   lll'o ...       , ,,    ,  ,,        ,. ,
,, .    , 11    1 'ni,-.. .,     r I.-  mi'    i-eeiHm so   but I fl Indians hiu-ry-
1 he wur ni the batt efronts ol   '.urupe .        .,   .   . ,,    ,     ,
,, 1 .��� ,,,, I,, 1,   .    .   "m ,,,. ing lo the cull of the mother ad, onn
I '    t       tie        -'   Sens   Wit       ill   11 llll V     ,    ., ,, ,   1    ,1
... =,,1 , , ,������    f nil v snv as 1 mv en eh   he visum 0
antl a Nuvy weaker ami worse ������<jnij��-  ,. ���' ,    .    ���
ped than the most alarmist accuser bf -"'      ��   '"
American unprt-paredness in Ids wild-  '"j>|)C, cnrP-  wo  iinggcj  ,ir���i> out  of
est nightmare ever dreamed, Ihnn loi       \i-itiu,
line up in the world conflicl of Ideas     <������,. i,,..;,^   .vjtij   ,|,���,,���,r thoughts
with .in uniliseipliii'il national Mind,  -"Hate.
II seared nation.] Conscience and nnj \\-,, .<(',,, [,.on1 ,|;yvs ���f ,,��������� division
irresolute  nationnl Will.    These  Bre|    mto the grandeur of our fale."
the Verdun  buttle ills of your nn- ���Toronto Globe.
lion's life.     Suireuder lliem  to the  , _
enemies of  l'nilh nnd  I'T luni    nnd | iir-n /-t 4.
Honor, nml, no mailer whnt Imp) s "111 LO-Op_raie
lo your battalions  and  your  battle-' 	
in  favor of the  proposition  recently  proud of his pig nnd declared it would "Asphodclia   Twobble   went   down
agitated in New Vork to open tlie Ex-  weigh lols more llian any hog on the '"to lhe tenement district yi sterday to
change at ni 'clock  and close at place.     The following    morning lho briglitenUie lives of the poor slum-
two.    The  usually  eonvival  type 1 if hogs  were  delivered  al   Uie sfalion. dwellers."
broker,   who  never npueared  nt  the and the doctor,, anxious to know how "Highly commendable.     What did
office  until  ten o'clock,  bus  passed  much   larger Johnny a pig  wus.  ne. she do for them?"
into limbo    along with    Hie "bet. a cause nf lhe careful attention it butll    "She lold them about the good times
���                                     million" financier end the salesman  received, Hem  his father's  In!, went she's been having at Palm Beach."
ships, your nation will have lost its  Formation of Committee of Commerce  w-l0M  business    "compels"    him  to to see it weighed.   When the hogs were	
Su��-'     ,    ,.         .                  .,,                       and Agriculture  Planned             drink.   And in his stead we find the  being driven  on   llic   scales  .lolinnv . -_     __.__._._.._
,e \ i'ii,''���l\\"L.l 'm-n"'"!,, 11,     I���      Th-   f-nu-li I  ��   .- ..ill f   'mm uf nffuirs win, realizes Ilml    bis   snid     "I'up,,.    .ne:,'.   ,-���,,    chu    li, [I IICDI V     U/flllCM
'"'  v"1' ""   Nl"    '"              """     umnmree uml ngrieiilture for Susknl-  "'"'' "' ?tni-urp is renred on u busts   w, ml, .ny ,���- *.,,���u,irlv.- 'The lull,, r hi UtJILT       ?ff UlflCll
ul physical fitness, and who, accord-in a cold way said, "My pig! Whose l��fc_��l"llta ���       ii��#iii_��ii
ingly, finds on tlie links, tin  tenuis corn fed (hut pig? Gel out of the way.
courts und tho broud highways, Lhe Don't in,iher me." And Johnny was
well-being he requires.                         dumb.    His  ljpS quivered, lho'tears
Th-  great   American   game���base- | rolled down ids cheeks and he walked
ball- will bring ninny mare devotees! awnv broken-heurled and discouraged, n* ,, f\.t   '    ti       tl      ur
into the si nd open air when the Tlie next  year Johnny did  nol  rnise lell UtneW MOW JUiey Were
of  national]  fern- and    international,
peril, is not so much for or ugainsf lhe ' cliewan, composed of represeutatives
preparedness policy for Navy or Army. ��- "'��� 'hl' htismess und farmers orgimi-
As a Canadian that is nol my business, -.at-ons of llm province is advocated
in lhal national controversy f am al "y ll"' Kegina board of trade nnd the
neutral I secretary bus been instructed lo coin-
But Canadian.* also ure \mprlcana. | municiite with llm various organi/.a-
To us us lo you in lhe new day of the t'ons interested wilh the purpose of
new worltl (In desolated wnr nations arranging n preliminary meeting,
will look for leadership in those poi- The matter wus fully discussed at
Icies niul programs that make for in- a meeting of the board nnd il wns
lernalionnl pence shown thai Ihe object of lhe c mil-
        ] lee would he In dismiss iill tuntt-rs lit
Ten C. P. R. Scholarships issue between the various hit 'rests and!
nmii.it closes nl Iwo o'clock; and Ilml
cNI iii hour of daylight, invested in
out-of-door employments, will yield
goodly 'li\ idends uf hi elih nnd en-
joyineul, whereas in ils present position, In fm''   :h" market  "pens,  il   is
u pi:r. for nil incentive wns lube,,
ii'.tnv: .ill hi' hopes nml dreams were
blast id.
Toiluy the old farm where Johnny
liieil is dilapidated nnd unproductive.
John is in.! 11 i.itue r, hui 11 worlhlr
len U. r. K. scnoiarsnips issue ueiween ine various int..'rests nnu  .:... ..1,   ,,m,   .....j.   ij,,.!,.,.  v,.,,^ u... ",.;;,'   ".":'."'���"'���������".������������."".".���  -���
Brtmi 1017 onward the C. 1��. It. Com-  to udvanci   Ihose of the peop f the f' .   J ""*, shiftless   individiuil  1iv ng  111  town,
inny will award ten Mi-Hill scholar-1 province by eo-opernl ing lo the fullest . . '   '''  "' !l  ,';',1*  ','i;'11"1 .''"; 'In.y
puny win awnru  leu .tietiin scnoiar-  iiruiin iy co-ope
���hips, instead of five, us nl  present,   |iossible extent,    The organhalion ot 1 r���    --  ,     .��;          .���   ,,
to emuloyees or sons of employees who  Ih inmittee will n'robubly he based 1 lO i��la\e Warm LIOlllCS
fake lite 1'uiv. isily course, which In- on inucli the sumo lines ns the eoun- 	
eludes eheinieal, electrical,  meehnni- cil of comnierco mid agriculture which   Fibres of Tropical Trees Used Foi
enl nnd civil engineering                       | meets ill Winnipeg. Variety ol  Donmstir  Purposes                _               ,   ,
  Enemy Admits Fend Shortage
"   'I     \ new inalenal has jusl I n dis-|    The Hermans are at last admitting a
is  pig  wn"  -ul'l.    Wind   might   not
Johnny have liecu  had his fuller
lakeu  him  in n partnership the dnj
ll.i  pig wus   ��� Id?
��� red   which  is  likely  lo  produe
jeud absnlulely fresh Hriiish industry
This  innleiial  is lighter uml  wanner
i diorlage of food.     \   It inline   article
ii, 'I lie :���' 'hii isisclu / itung, the organ
, nf the great 1 'He-dun landowners, sai-s:
Ihan, anything else on  tho  market,,    ..,, |�� oliilUixli lo continue^ always t,
;""'    "   """l.P.   '    ''".'   "br0. oi.cn-   hide tie   truth.    1,1  us u|,e���lv.i',hnit
linn trees which grow 111 the Ironies.  I,,,,,, ,,,   ,,;,���,:..,,,: .. ,, ..,   ... '   '..."..
Carried Safely Thjjougb
Change of Lire.
Durnnd, Wis.���"I am the mother of
fourteen children and I owe ir.y life to
Lydia 10. Pinkham's
Vegetable Com-
po-j.id. When I was
li and had the
Change of Life,
a friend recommended it. and it
gave me such relief
from my bad feelings that I took
several bottles. I
am tow well and
healthy and recom-
It  is culled t'.'eil.tn fleece, und oil
sufficiently warm In Iim
',"'"��� ''hut Hie difficulties that have arisen,   mend your Compound toother ladlej.'*
���nt towns, nre caused   ���Mrs. Mary RlDGWAY, Durar.d, Wis.
. mainly in lhe
idinary  clollu
t dressing irot
I are  sufficient
I lu three or four thicknesses Ihis
It'reii.in fleece is not only exceedingly
I warm for the severest of w inter weu-
Iher, hui is suffi iently buoyant In
life pn server in case > f n
(distribution of Ihe necessiiry nrticies
M_.-s. ��� "Mv  troubles
Contain no acid and thut keep the leather soft, protecting it a_.1in.1t fe'
cracking. They combine liquid and paste in a patte form and requiro
only half the effort for a brilliant tailing chine. Eaiy to use for j-J
all the family���children and adult*. Shine your thou at heme and '
lto��p them seat. , F. r, dallei' co. of Canada, ltd.
l�� ' il'i'Vi""''''"  uisirimiiior. 01 ine necessiiry nrticiesi Blackstone
are  suit.cie, ���  such ,,    toy   e" j'*^': !".'' f-^V''- ""V"" "�� were from my age, and 1 felt awfully
quirements us airmen's -nits or motor m��PK     ��wh n icles .    lequnte.   ; m t   ^^             , bad hot flMhe_
I ho jniirntil iuinnts that erievoii? ujs- ,            ,   ,          .-     ���.,(r.�����j  **%.���.��
,.,������.���   ���M   ,       d   ,���  ;,n  dirpctiols Of en   and   frequently   nffmdI  ftom
it US  ���ee   Of d, feels   il,   the   SVS-     Pa"13-      '    t0��!i    ^�� ,E'    Pinkha">��
tn, nf dealing wilh the f I supp'lv.   VegetohleCompoundandnowamwell.
und  hopes  thut  the  measures ilitro-   -Mrs. 1'if.kri- COURNOVEB, Box 239,
ibieeil in the new  Imperial  l*'nnd 1) -   Blackstone, Mass.
Such warning symptoms as sense of
Un-Alien Australia
5i_aMV��ttnra7i,ix;-Vo. """���,"
tlie fleece in tliis ease is not so great
es lo make Ihe waistcoat or other gar*
ment made with  il nil unsightly.
Women h.n p voti tl i.i V, u /��� nl 1
for twenty year.*. The lowi sl .1 nth
inf.' for lial'i " ni 'Im wi, I i> ,
Zealand. Wonu ll also .w.te in Sor-
way, Australia, Sweden, Denmark and
Finland, The m s| lo ' 1 di alb rait s
fur babies ui the ivorid nr- in these
achcs.dread of impending evil, timidity,
Only    ." per cent, of the niu ��� pqnu-   Founds in tbo ears, palpitation of tha
he.rt. sparks before the eyes, irregu-
Iriritie.*', constipation, variable appetite.
Intion ol  \ in ': ha ������ ei    buni iu Ger-
many or Austria, mid 1 a n .iinls fe
mubs    ui.  I-  more Ihuu half of    weaknessanddiaziness.shouldheheeded
!"r,'"i!' HTC ": <;'''":l11 "'���   ���usiriiin   by middle-aged women,  LydiaE.Pink-
'!!','!     ,   , .  ,. ham's Vegetable Compound has carried
Hi si  f:"'t* nre revealed in n return ��       e i..,t, 1, tin. -.1.1.
p,      red   by   Mr.   Knibbs,  the rmn-   B""'v '^"^ snf''ly *''fuU';1't'"3 __Z
1 wi iiiih Stul sl 11 l.i"   from llu  ltd* 1
.st available fi| ure.-, | W.     N.     U.     IHO THE COURTENAY REVIEW
U*** rV.ni-.AnAv Rpvipwlfew monlhs a11 Wng wel1 *hc Ge'(i
e ^OUrtenay n.eVieW mans wm be on their  knees,   mi
And Couiox Valley Advocate
A Weeky Newspaper,  Pubished at
Courtenay, B, 0,
N. H. Honi'.N, Keillor nnd Proprietor
Babscriptioii 81. CO per Veur in Advance
THURSDAY, jn,Y 6, 1916
not only   suing   hut   praying
Not for many months has the
general outlook been so bright for
Hiitish Columbia, us a part i i the
Empire and keenly interested in the
We are enjoying to the full the
exh'lirnting and inspiring effects of
llu- general offensive undertaken
by ihe Allies. Russia iias already
conquered the Austrian province of
lliikowinu with heavy captures of
men nml material, ami not least
important, bus iiukovvina harvest
fields in her possession, Elsewhere
on the eastern  fronl  lhe splendid
fortunes of the  British race,   For ie(,dership of her generals and   the
two long-ears,   we   have   waited indomitable spirit ui   lhe   Russian
with longing Im the time when the tr00pS| witll p|etllj,,,,  r(,aerveH <-,*
Allies having iu lhal interval held :111ilK-rv. nuinitoins nnd supulies,
in -.'lack the Teutonic forces,could -���, ,.,. |*rst time be it   ,������,,,/ \m
see the way clear to ndvuncs,    1 he slim..dt.,| in pressing back here and
stubborn defence ol   Belgium, and mere, the line held by the Teutonic
the masterly   retreat   from   Mons forceSi    [taly, recently mel   bv un
when the I; rnnco-Hritlsh troops fell Austian    offeusive,   wisely    gave
way aud held on only i"   inipreg-
back in order to save theinselvc"*
and Paris, then the bailie ol lhe
Marue when the oncoming Ger.
inuns paid dettrlv for their folly,
next the lights in h larders in which
the (lanadians, rail) ing Lo the support ot the cause, stirred the whole
liable position!*, While the Aus-
trinns were penetrating the Italian
line here niul there, the Russians
were advancing, and the forinei .ul-
vnnced only to retire when troops
were needed to strengthen Lhe ens
Cmpire by Iheir splendid valor, St. l      ,ine ngninst Ur, RusSia���s,    xiie
Julien's, Festttbert, St, lilol, am
Vines, all these aie proud memories of the early and dark thus of
the litani- struggle on the west
front, when the fate of the Allies,
and civilization itself hung and
trembled, how it tumbled,   in  the
Italians seized their chance and nt
once resumed tiie offensive, while
ut lhe same hour lhe British nrlil-
lery in France opened on the Ger
man lines, the French also moving
to some purpose. aNeedless to say
Ihe Teutons ure not idle  and   may
balance.    I he subsi quent  engage- j ,)L. expected t0 render gooc| accouuts
ments, undertaken to safeguard aud of themselves here and there in au
t-ie,1.B"t_fh i effort to destroy or break the steady
engitdling   ring.   The  allied   re-
consolidate the line of
and French troops, and witli it the
road to Calais, marked tlie second
stage, and little advance was made
for before the Allies could advance
to victory, llritish and French, Russian.*, and Serbs, had to be kept
supplied nnd finally given, after
the war had opened, what the Ger-
mans got before they declared war,
moreover, what was the   result  of
sources in men, artillery and mu-
nilions tire growing day by day,
and theie are still in tlie llritish
empire abundant reserves of men
iu civil life, who itulike their fellows in Germany are not yet in
uniform but wlio provide ;t reserve
in ease of need.    The food   situat
ion in   Germany   is   undoubtably
40 veins preparation, namely, armsi _-���,ical| ,mt a ���,.,.;������ cft��� gcl down
artillery,   ammunition,    and   the t0 eatjng ,eather and sti!1 put  up a
���,.?!���WA���".."'_!:!!",.y.'.��' ^!epC-,_eigood fiRht'   The moral  of   it   all
'  ' bears repetition, and il isforevery-
Allinl fnees actively in the field
but also to enable them, in
plain language to lh row two shells
to the enemy's one, and better
shells at that, At hist the vast resources of Great Britain, France
Russia, have enabled that tt) be
achieved, and the glorious news of
Dominion Day and the subsequent
days is evidence of the superiorly
not only In men but in material.
The "illies will appateutly fight oi.
lines designed to keep the Germans
busy on each front, and on every
fool of front, Thev will fight in
France to prevent German troops
from being detached to reinforce
the eastern divisions against Russia
or to aid in the assault upon Verdun
or to threaten Calais. When no
definite advance can be made, tlie
Germans will be kept guessing by
mean.- of line-long bombardment
and trench raitls, Verily, General
joffre is "nibbling" and to some
advantage, and what is more, tlie
Germans are suffering nerve racking and exhausting losses in killed
wounded, and prisoners, while the
spirits of the Allies are rising. The
last German colony is now partly
in llritish and Helgian hands, and
the rest of it must soon lie conquered . The Germans will have
to give up, however obstinately
they may do it, the soil of France,
Belgium and Poland, won at such
sacrifice of German blootl and material, and every hour will see them
weakening in spite of their vast reserves.    The war has not been won
one, man, woman, and child to do
all that can be done to help the
sacred cause. That cause needs
our men, our productive iudiutry,
our thrift, our unity aud our prayers.
In the inst named connection, let
a touching story be told, It was
when llle news came of thefiSht off
the coast of Ghili, when Admiral
vou Spec's squadron annihilated au
inferior British furc. under Rear-
Admiral Graddock. That night
a little child with a great trust in
providence, and much faith in the
Navy offered up this petition.;���
"And, Lord, help us beat the Germans, aud,���and��� give them what
is coming to them." It came, of
course, in the battle of the Falkland Isles when, in his tursi \"on
Spree went under to a superior
British squadron.
The second bridge over the
slough is reported to be in a bad
condititon, though not dangerous.
Mr. J. McCann whom the citv engaged to exainint the bridge, reports that the stringers are partially
rotted away, and that the bridge
wi'.l have to be replanked very
shortly, and that to lebuikl it at its
present width will cost about $8oo
and if 8ft. wider will cost about
;f,i-oo. Before such a costly enterprise is undertaken, and it is one
which will have to lie done   every
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for^Victoria and ���Way Stations
Connecting at Nanaimo with Steamer "Princess  Patricia"
RETURNING���Arrives at Courtenay at
16:10, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Steamship tickets on all lines to all parts
of the world.  For particulars etc., address
[.lit   Ptiitoftcr A.ent, Victoria
Agwt Courtenay, Phone R 60
i. or ta years, it would lie well for
but the   title has   turned,   and in a the council to get an   estimate   for
��� EST
4X# P4fy,
��� .
UNQUESTIONABLY tin* beat flour on the market is that which bears
tli "Circle v" trade mark, All such flour is sold under n strict
"money buck" guarantee.
The King
lime again is
��( nil  bread  (lours���that  which 1ms proven itself time and
The Neu)
Waist Line
and higher bust is
developed in all the
new model C/C &
la Grfice Corsets,
now being shown
Mens Dept.
Another shipment us Spurt   Shirts arriving iu plain sell colors and stripes
Newest   in   men's   boater  straw.*'" witli
high crown and fancy bauds
.Men's Outing Hats and Cups
Iuvictiis Slioes ''Tlie lust   guud shoe for
mci i" *
filling in the road with earth. It
would not cost much more to fill in
than   to rebuild the bridge,  if  as
 ^, ** ,**.	
The Street Lie Its
It looks as if tin City and Light
Company were goii y to lock horns
over the fixing of a light at Ihe
corner of Union and Mill streets.
The light has been out for nearly
three mouths, the Company will
not fix it until their claim for pay
ment for raaintainance of tlie street
lighting equipment is acknowledged
by the City Council. The latter
claim that as there is no agreement
with the company except to pay
for the current supplied, the Company should maintain the lights until the agreement is made, and if it
is then found that the city is to pay
for tnaiiitainence they will pav the
accounts. In the meantime, Mr.
J. McPhee. who pays about one-
tenth of the whole income of tlie
city has been deprived of tlie benefit of a light at his corner, and now
the rest of tb; citizens have to
wander about iu darkness, as Ihe
street lights were cut off on Tues
day uignt by the council, We
think the citizens generally are in
favor of having the lights on, The
whole street lighting question has
been mismanaged from the very beginning. When a few misguided
notoriety seekers got tlie company
to instal a street lighting system a
few days before the first civic election. Had they been wise enough
to wait a few days and presented
their petition to tlie City Council
they would have been installed under a sane agreement. When the
citv in April of last year assumed
e responsibility for the four ecu-
Royal Standard
Thoroughly tested in our own Inliaiator- by JAN I'Xl'iiK. ANALYST
(or its bn'iing properlica. I'm luces light,...fluffy, finely textured, wholesome, brown crusted bread.
Order n sack ol ROYAI, STANDARI" I'hOUl* Irom vour dealer today'
Look im lhe "Circle V" trade mark,   Accept no other brand.
Royal Standard   Grain  Products
F.  Movilz,   Mgr.
tral lights, the company understood
that they took over the whole responsibility for maintaining them as
st forth in the agreement made
with Mr, Peterson and others,
I'he Company seems to be right in
their contention, as the minutes ol
the Council show, and it would
seem but tatr for the citv if rt ins
lends to take advantage of one por-
t'on of the agreement, to take over
the whole of it, Ti:e Company, no
matter liow they came ill, are here
now, and ate doing business with
the citizens and with the citv and
are entitled to a square deal. This
in alter of enl ing oueanotlii r's bluff
is not business. It is time for the
citizens of Courtenay to get together on this lighting question. The
Company is strong enough to carry
out all of its engagements, and
while the price of electricity may
seem high to some it is reasonable
considering th e small number of
consumers. The City cannot finance
a lighting plant at the present time
and might just as well forget municipal ownership for a nhile and
make an equitable bargain with the
Record Timber Returns
The timber returns for the month
of May, issued by the Minister of
Lands, show that the total scale of
sawlogs for the province ainount.d
to 94,781,872 ft. b. m. in addition
to 335,573 Iin. feet of piles and
poles and 20.388 cords ties, shingle
bolts etc.
The sawlogs scaled in the various forests district include Vancouver 67.872,673 ft; Cranbrook 11,-
472,133 ft; Island 6,190,349 ft;
Vernon 5,108,301 ft; l'tinceRupert
IMiniif 33, End ol Bridge
Health Salts
The Ideal Disinfecting Fluid
2,118,139 ft; Nelson 2.035,078.
Timber sales recarded during the
month under review cover ail estimated total of 5.443,000 ft. sawlogs, 22,000 lineal ft. piling 1,600
cords posts and 567 cords of cord-
wood, to produce a revenue of
WOULD th e pnrty kindly brim; back
the chairs to the Agricultural
Building immediately nnd save further
trouble ns the Chief Constable will call
and no doubt proceedings will be taken
out against them.
Chief Constable,
Courtenay, B. C.
Auto   and   Bicycle   Tires
and  Accessories
Bicycles For Sale
Phone L46 Courtenay 1/
Three   Reasons Why
bus for nine sticcesive years written lhe
Largest Canadian Business
nf any company operating in Cauada
Its Premiums are the Lowest
Ils Policies are the most Liberal
Ils  Dividends are the Highest
Vancouver  Island  Branch
.1   lil'IMT MOUUA'
109 Union Bank Bldg.
Victoria, B. C.
A tut, Courtenay
commodities of a similar luture,
I,et it be realized now therefore,
that it is incumbent to make use of
every foot of cultivable land here in
Canada, and so to help avoid the
prospective world food stringency,
We are paying, already, more today for our sti^ar tea, aud other
Imported commodilits than we were
a year ago, and to a greatei extent
than before the war; it is for n���*��� to
raise more to enable us to pay the
enhanced prices,
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water ami Steam fitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone 9 Courteuay
Mortgagee's Sale
of Valuable Property
!______.': '.-;-'���������  ���-**���'��   'H
Simply a little rub with a cloth keeps the highly burnished cooking top always glistening, dustless cleani without blacking; in four pieces it cannot warp or bube.
.8L SM_F W ^-%^_^ ��& i&W
It won't be hard to decide what range you want in your
kitchen after .1 show you the Kootenay's special features
For sale by C. H. Tarbell & Son, Courtenay
UNDER mid by   virtue ol llle  I'owei
ol   Sale  contained   in   a  certniu
Mnrlgnge, which will be produced ul the
tiiii.- ul   sab', Ihere   will   be   offered Im
sale by Public Auction on
Thursday the 20th  day of
i Hv Robert J. C, Stend.)
Weep wftves ol ftiiKtmid!    Nobler cla v
was ne'er to nobler  grave  eonsigned;
The wild ufut's weep wiih u.s toduv
who mourn n nation's mister mind.
,iii I   ��� iiii
Phone 6
Notes by the Way
Of many talcs of heroism told in
conne lion with tlie bailie of Jut-
land, the story of the Britisii destroyer "Shark" stands out even
among many other records of gallantry and self sacrifice. After being in tin: thick of the fight, the
".Shark" wss disabled, and her
crew practically annihilated, only
half a tlo/.-rn eventually surviving.
The last shot from the "Shark"
was fired from a gun served by the
commander aud two seamen, the
former having had his leg shot off,
but continuing to fight as long as
strength remained.
We are told that Prohibition as
provided for by Mr. Bowser's bill,
to be voted upon in the coming referendum, will not prohibit and
that liquor will be as easily obtained after Prohibition as it is now.
The liquor producers and wholesalers are putting up tlie money to
tell the public of this and every paper carries advertisements witli this
intention. Well, if Prohibition
does not prohibit, whv do the liquor people worry, and at a time
when any ���������pare money should be
used on behalf of the Empire; why-
is money being poured out so abundantly to no purpose? Perhaps
after all. Prohibition will be Prohibition, and the flaws or loopholes
in the bill amended, that is why the
liquor merchants are anxious The
peonle of 13. C, are not fools, and
the silent voter will only vote the
more strongly for Prohibition after
perusing the   pitiably   shallow de-
cepttve ndvcrlismeuts. lhe liquor
traffic is highly profitable, and naturally its shareholders fi^ht on behalf of their slake*.; especially is it
profitable when compensation is
mooted, while it is barely profitable
when licenses have t:> be paid,
we liiipcil mi honored nge for him,
Antl ashes Inid witli England's   great;
And rapturous music ninl tlie dim
July,      Deep basil that ceils our tomb ot State
( 3 o'clock in
rge  J.iim
arc situ
Courtenay    Motel
,Y, li. C.
A. I". .1916, at   tin'   hour oi _ o'clock in   But this is better,    bet him sleep
the  nfter i,   by   Mr.   George  John j    where sleep the men who make us ft
Manly, on tlle premises  which  are situ-   -.������,. Unglaud's heart is in tlie deep
ate near the  Junction of   Union  Street     And Kuglnuds glory in the sen.
tintl   Warren   Avenue,   Courtenay,   llic)
following pro urty: Only one vow above bis bier,
but One iii lll.iclt One nnd bnts Seven     Only one oath beside Ins bed;
couri i:
nf.,it   Wiih
Bent Wins
tlllll  l,i'|lll,IS
T.  i' OTU
With the opening of the offensive by the Entente Powers the
food growing area in Europe is
going to be sill further limited.
For mouths past fields both behind
Vancouver, holden at Vancouver, B. C.
nml Eigl I ill Block four ul
Part of Section Sixty-One, Comox District, and Registered May No. -I7.B.
Terms: 25 per ct-ni.   of   the purchase
money to be p dd   down   nt thc   time uf
side ami the  b 1 nice to   be paid   by iu
itiilmeuts at .'. ti and 9 mouths.
I'or further parli ii'nrs of sale apply:
,. ,   . ...   i    ,���       , Solicitor, Mill Street, Courtenay
the German and Allied lines have Datcrl ,,��� c���llrtL.;..1Vi ,,. <_-., this 6th day
been cultivated, even to well  with-     of July 1916.
in the range ot   artillery.    Should	
the Allies offensive be successful in ���
Flanders and   along tlie   Western | In the County Court of Vi
front generally, it   will be   by dint'
of the heaviest artillery actions   in
the history of the world, and nrtil- "-"*
lery fire that can obliterate trenches 	
aud remove hills is vertiably no aid To Margaret Kepner, of Courtenay,B.C.
to agriculture, A soldier, writing """pAKE NOTICE that a Plaint has
from tlie front, speaks of barbed 1 been entered and a summons is-
wire entanglements being blown sued against you in the above County
, ..       ��.       ,. "". ,    Court bv [ohnston Brothers   blmited, of
down time a-ter time with such Vancouver for the sum o5 $109.00 for
force as to render the immediate t.ie amount of Bills of Exchange and in-
ground solitl with tangled  and fits-1 Iciest dishonored and an Ortler lias been
ed metal for several feet ill d-pth. j I1,''"1" "mt ���'"' p'-l'V,c''!tT'- "':l Notice of
., , , c      ,     '       ! the entrv nl such I'lniut in a   newspaper
Space does not permit of adequate: circui.lti;1K in the district of Courtenay
consideration ol tllis grave problem ' shall be deemed to be good and suffi-
but everyone can realize that Euro- j cient service of the summons upon you.
pean food supplies, for many years -w0U are required to enter a Dispute
must come to a far greater extent j I Note within Twenty lays from the
than in tlie past from America, and. date of. the last publication of this No-
' tice at the Registrar's Office at Vancouver, B. C, and if you do not so enter
such Dispute Note Judgement may be
signed against you and tlie Plaintiff may
proceed to execution.
Dated this .'5th day of Mav. 1916.
Vancouver, June 2, 1916.
in tiie case of Britain antl France
from Canada. The world's food
supply is not very flexible, and an
increased demand fr_m one quarter
is enough to raise food commodities
in request all round, as we|] as to
effect a sympathetic   rise   in   food
wc swear our ling shall shii Id him  here
Until the sea gives us its  dead,
bcap, waves oi England!    Boastful be!
And fling dcliance ill Lln* blast:
For earth is envious of the Sea
which shelters Engl mil's dead all ast
Cumberland Hotel
Ootid Accomodation       Cii-iw  E.icelleo
Wm. Merryfield
Peg o' the Ring
The Water
<-���    I   II
at   the
u in each
Opera House
Simms for Satisfaction
Waltham Watches $7.50 up
A Jam- Clod
make  $1,50
Cannot be done any
better or any
er anywhere else in
B. C. than at the
Dissolution of Partnership
NOTICE is. hereby given that llle
partnership heretofore subsisting
between us, the undersigned, as Real
Estate Agents, Auctioneers nnd Insurance Agents, in the City of Courtenay,
B. C., has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. All debts owing to tlie
saitl partnership are to lie paid to George
J. Hardy at Courtenay aforesaid, antl all
claims against the said partnership are
to lie presented to the said George J. '
Hardy, by whom the same will be settled.
Dated at  Courtenay   this 16th   day of'
June, 1916.
Gbo. J. Harpy i
F, R. I-rasicr Biscor
Witness: Edward  H. Hicks   Beach, No-1
tary Public, Courtenay, B, C.
to   ".Villi
Wedding Rings 18K gold. $3
All   watch clock  and   jeweler-,    repairs
guarantfd 12 months*
Watchmaker, Jew
Courtenay  Tailor
Ladies and Gents Suits
Suits $27 up        Pants $7 up
In the County Court of Nanaimo, holden at Nanaimo
Iu tlie Matter of tlie Estate of George
Williams, of Colnox, II, C., who
died at New Westminster, B, C., on
February "tli, 1916, and in "lie Matter of the Administration Act.
Cleaning and
$1.25 up
. 25
Dresses           1. rr
., .*��
Overcoats         1.2-
>g,  Etc
Gents cl
es _e
)t in or
ler by -die
NOTICE is hereby
au order granted   by  His
given that under
Judge Barker dated .'.'id day of March
1, tlie undersigned, was appointed administrator of the Estate ol the above
George Williams. All parties having
claims against the snid Estate arc re-
questctl to forward particulars to me on
or before to .nth day of July, 1916.
Also accounts tlue the above Estate arc-
to be paid lorthwith to the undersigned,
Dated at Cumberland, B, C., this 20th
day ol June, 1916.
Official Administrator
Haney   I.  Kushida
The same building as  Robertson's Drug
Stun-, Union St., Courtenay
Sand and Gravel
R it ���
o liable
Courtenay Review
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
Blacksmith and Carriag�� Builder COURTENAY rJHE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. C
Uc/, / ,,I ,1 Cb��� United
ni..  writing-ease  on   lhe  nd''"',    ami      Thr day   before  (heir  proposed   r>- ' I'.ul
pi'ucei'dcd in draw  up whal hu called  turn, i'uul naked his wile in lei him whiel
,i  "eonlriteli,"    'll   was   quitu  clearly   see bn  jewellery,    (.nil    she nl  once of yc
.nil. ii. mi, I. mih the spelling ii lil lh'   hl'Ollghl il In him and lell il with him !'>'   Bi
whllu sho wenl hack into hor room i"
ii 'mil nm, d)
"Tint' ,-   'd to lull' aboul mak.
;n. up' di. /ii,,tlnn'.:." paid Paul snuve.
i.   "i' i, tilnti ly im your hands in
iin  matter.   11 you insis'l mi n shnr
I,  ll   un:'  a     !' lldWI
"I ngi'co I'i pny :n i'i.ihi I ll'linc and
in William Evans, within nnu  ilh
hum tins date, the i nm "i Ilvi Ihou.
sand  pounds  iipii 'T. nt In  hand OVC1
lu tin i i within il,in ni liutl ji i'i lh i'j
lo lhal si lllng i idue, in i ou iideriilion
ui tli.ii allowing him lo ri lain the
wholi "i the ji wi lh i-y a" lollows"
Ihere followed a complete lisl  ol tho
i ai i    aini-liv i   ill    |n,'-.nl   i t|lially
lhe properly ni  inysi li and  ih" said
llrndj Oram  nud William Kvans."
II,' ii nd Ihis n\"r car. lulh , .-.lowed
ii in l_\nns, nml t..i'u i'ii.-led it across
ih.  Inhlt: in Paul.
"Now sign ihal," said ho briefly.
Paul rend it over onn fully, signed
il and I'oso wilh a    mile
"Right - mi nn ," said hr. "Within
lis vim shall In* reimbursed,
���"ii  ni "ii"1- "'.'II. ymi n   within your h,,  ������.���  meantime  we'll  euch  fro mir
lights, an.I .vial must havo it.    Hut  I  own  win.    \\',,  mccl  in  l.ondon, tin'
Hindi,  when you've heard wind  1 ve I old plnc'e, this day month."
:^,,i i" -ny. you may very like!) chiingo      \i0 ���.,., ,,u( ,,,��� ,|10 ,.,��������� Bm- ftWny
>''���������*".' :l: ud. y(,ry quickly, and llu- two other rogues
"No, v,i  shan't,   rv.nio on.   Wc ve   wore loll togolher.
waited a good l"!".' 'nm'. n  Iter ot      ICvans was downcast.
six months now, for this share-out, "|i,> ymi suppose he'll hold In his
putting ourselves mn I'm' your convoni*: bargain?" -aid hi' gloomily. "1 don't."
ence. Now you nnghl ju-t consider ".Don't you see," said llano con-
otirs," persisted  Evans. Ildonlly,   "lhat   whnl   bo's   bound   to
"Let's  bear what he's t'ot lo    say j pay up is a sight more Ihan we. should
first" snid (Jane get out ot our share of Iho Vienna lot?"
"It's only th: ." said Paul calmly,     '.''l'11 shall".'.' 6<"t \\'"   .
,,s 1,0 el god his posture d rising     . ." '���" l.1,"" '���   ������"'"'  <�������" ."' '* a���?
Iron,  his chair, pui ono  kneo on  it      "X''' i ? '',."; s,low, '   i l"''1'"''
and held the rail   wilh both   hands,     "I"'" '��l'y "' "��� '*'���<   �� ��l ���'-"";.'."��� "'}.
"thnl ii vo��� insist on lho share-out  |0>'<I >'ko -' ';'"';"   tt;hl'.fi l'fn l"'"''
now, I shall have a dilliculty in ao-       wans still look,',! dismal,
counting for ti,. disappearance of your        I.HI yon wove go    nm on tons
mo shares, and though 1 may ho able  pors sled tho author of the   eontrnck
lo gel over tho difficulty, ii  will  bo  orntiluilieall.v
ih,, last spec'  I shall engage in."
"Coin, to iniii honest!'" sin ored
"I'i rhnps," raid Paul. "Anyhow, I
.-han't work wilh you two any longer."
��� Oh, 1 '-!���, So it's a threat, is it?"
demanded Eviu s. thriistir.g his little
nn an dark-skinned face iuln that of
the hands,an" man who looked such
i,  strange companion for  him.
"i es, it's thr als, And you know,
ii . ,��� gplil up, who will be lho worst
1 .-. r."
I'.i'iiily Crane ihui*! hiiusell I, two n
ihr disputants u'liml humouredly.
"01 ,'iiiirs.' we do, Syd, and we're
nol going lor lo -i>lit up," ho said.
"Vour a toff, you nre, and if you
im af up wilh us you can get lots "I
other tuffs lo help you keep coin'.'.
Uui wc mil': toffs, nud what's more,
we ain't got no pals equal lo you
woi king iu Hi" sniii" lino ol business.
So we won'l have uo rows, we'll jusl
hi nr what you've got to suggest
Vou'vi   gol something I lay!"
"Wh*, .���'"*������ ' have, said Paul. "As
ymi know, I'd rather huvc done with
the game altogether."
"Now you've married money, you've
(ill   in.   need   tif   US,"   '.: 1 lllnllli'il   Evans.
"Well, never mind that. Whal I'm
going I" suggest is lids: If you'll l"t
iu hung on In the stiu'f for another
month, I'll pull "tl another coup, and
pay your shares out ol that."
'i'ho two men exchanged glances.
"A bird in the hand." said Evans
"Have yen "tot something in your
��� v ." ask' d (Jane,
"I may say thai I have. I think
I can lay my hands on a good haul
wlllioul much risk, good enough I"
pun nut ai live Ihnn. u-piecc for you
iwo.   Will that dor"
'lhe two men consulted each other
v,iih their eyes. Paul Payne had in-
lunaled his intention ol withdrawing
horn the confederacy "I which he was
thr heart, lh" In ad, th" mnseln and
Evans waggod his hotui wnrningly.
'He's a slippery fish," said he.
Pari* ih t:iiii. .1 lho newly-married
pair Imi a very short time, for Paul
ii a* tired uf it. nud its gaieties had
little attraction for Lady Ursula, who,
when r he v isited all tlio churches of
note, aud tho English charities in
which she was interi sted, was quite
ready 1" go away.
So llicy went to Switzerland, where
ihe ��inn I- spurts wi r lttrnclion
lor Ihem both, nnd it was at '.Id* time
thai I'uul discovered, rather lo his
surprise, llm! Ihe .'.'rave and calm Lady
I i, ui.i took the natural di li'.'lit "1 u
healthy young woman in sknling nnd
Nevertheless she did not cease to
lament her long absence from "her"
poor; and although she did her h.-st
I., find work in tin among the inhabi*
hints of the Swiss village, where her
gracious presence made everywhere
a favorable impression, she never
succeodi .1 in taking In her heart the
thrifty aud somcwhal shy peasants "I
lhe mountains with Ihe same passion
Inal -I o fell for her Kentish village
In tiie meantime, although her love
hi' her husband, ami hor admiration
for him, increased rather than diminished, tin quality of those emotions
iind.ii',i nt a change.
For deep down in lier heart she began lo entertain a suspicion tluif he
had not been inspired by the same
feelings towards her ns those she hnd
lor him.
Paul was always courteous, patient,
amusing. Unl she was sensitive enough
in know that her society bored him,
and lhat iho joy she felt in his presence found im echo in Ids heart,
Laiy Ursula, proud, affectionate
capable nf profound feeling, did not
inl herself over this discovery, Whv
tin- hands,   Clnne waa "I opinion Hint should she have expected that n man
l���, ,,..1,1 .,, p.  retained ;,i nny price; ol lho worltl, older than herself anil
Evan . l.-ss intelligent, wns less amen- "I vnstl; more experience, should fool
i i,., a.-  profound  an  emotion  ns a quiot
There was a  rambling   discus tiun.
.  lh ui.frii iidly hints, mutloi .1 oath ;.
i ,���  north
liul ; ii
ml ol lh" bah I in  i
lhe |ii>iit Ihi ���  i   ���  I :���  pin I, II  HI (-
��� ���  iii ii,     :.   Ii   "in,  Uial   "I    Uradj
i ���
woman   like   herself,   without  eoqiii
tries, t" iitti'iiei or wit tu amuse?
lush ml ni r. pinin r, sho set hi rself
I., find oul -mil' sura way lo his hearl,
and resol ri 'I lhal h" would liovt r give
him can     to t. pi ul bis mairingc.
So when In   v anted in co out, she
ir posili
nl inn'iii :i
ils  jusl   lhe  way   in
Is an  Englishwoman
i  I., 'speak.    We can
nboul   our  jewels  In
i'i"" "'I  i" he buck  In   London, lliul
Im Ilml nol ih" hearl to ���r ;uo witli
As .-he I, [us,,I to allow him In Ink.
England,     The Vuul i   look upon I ner Inlo u lowcllcr's shop, he laugh.
dross I'm' dinner.     Twenty    minutes I Ihein nnlv in nnlches in tin  I'ond, os- jngly put her iulo a taxi antl sent hot
Inter ho e  inlo the room and show-  tentidiiius  signs   Und   Ihey   have  got  homo, tel ing her Ilia! since -he would
I Inr a pile ol looi " -_.-nt.- in n news- j Ihere.' ""'  help lum, ho -would have his own
wav wilhniit. her assistant'!
When ho . ani' hiiel. In dine wit),
hor ill lh it Imi' I h" v as in ih,. hide
��� ���sl  spirits, ami h"  Hindu "un ol hi i
I Iiinss, loused Inr nboul lho ordenl
he   i .inid   have   I"  undergo  ou    hi-
paper,    In his other hand wero   the     |-m-,, \-yM[\��� |-,uk,.L| ���i him wonder,
twisted anil broken    Beltings   ol tho  UI���,A
"'"'"*',    ,.      , , . . |    ' It'    ndd,   rmd."   said   sh".   "how
, ''''"'J' I Mula littered a cry ol honor. | ���,,���,,  vull  ���   ,������,   .,.   ir  vftl|   v, ,.,,  ������
Lit |.< ns -he cared lor jewellery, she | *..,   ��� j,,,,,,,,,    ���,    V| ,n ' ,,.,,,,  .���  ,_���
tun  liegun lo fee a diuiful wife s pritlc   ,,   ,   ,���     . ,,. .   ....   '.���...    .���,,   i.n,,., ;  -, .,,. ,
,,  ,,,    i,       ���,i,i, i.  i. i   i .   ,     ,,        nellevo in.n   imi   went    nm   not i ,.,,., i   ,| Whlo'sad, nnd expressed
in Hi" t 'ensures whiei   lu''l l'""ii. so  ,.,., |    ,,.,   ,.,,.���,   ,,,, , ..      , .      ,
���li,   wn     lil.l    Ii-m.lel   iliiwn   in     her   ���' '"'"- ' "'   |1I1U|'    ���'"���.' "" ', ?' h llll*  Illlentlon of making her tl III 801'
rill     vv lis    "HI.    11,'��� li le,     ill ,, .1    HI      '"',11.      ,  .. ,  "  ,    , i ,   .,       11 ,   ;    , ,        ��� , , ,,,     ��� .
���      IP    -.'ii.. I   iKi    tlllll,     she   wnil   mi   wilh  a   lull. Ml,|,,   sinii"!   Ill,"   hn.e.'l,  |,,nd  of en
'"'���' :'"' B '  ,'    .   , ! I li, a- tor II ��� ml Ii" appi iti'ctl ' ,.,v llhl| ri |,lMl,...,    |,   ,,��� h.���,
Whnl a pity,   cried she in dismay. j,|js, eerlid. "I  like you nil Iho b.d    done wilh her
"Vour gruiiduiollier's sets." p.,. [���, h,,. hid il.i.t I never enn real-1    she (unit il nil culnilv, ploiihotl thnl
"Thoy wore harharle, weren't Ihoyf"  ise  Ilml  you're  nol      ol  my  own  ho  was    happy, nud   iiol  at all dis-
,-ni.l  Paul easily, cotiiilryiu u " nlensed lu Mud  horsell lho ohjco.t "I
"Wall, perhaps.   Hut you enld your-1    II.  Inugheil  I lurned lo lho door,  |,jH aiteniitins, even il limy  Inoliulod
self lhal inndi: Ihen it|iie.   Oh, I'm l nillimil   nppui'eidh   nol icing  lhal   In'  n grcnl, di ul "I mischievous mirth,
sorry I" hnd paid no heed lo h r reuuesl. When      u, wn   hdo Ilml ovoning, whnn Paul
As she spoke she lur I over wilh  sin   followed him out, ho hnd ""I mil   was eujoyiuii n oigin in lho   corridor '
her  hand lhe groat  squnl't' e raids.1"!'  sight,  nnd   die  luiinil   thai   il   wns  ||,n|   Endv  llrsuhi eanit! Kudilenly up
the  diamonds and  the milky  pearls,  lo Into to renew her rc  il ihen.       Inn him as the oaintr lo hor room'frnni
which looked so poor nnd moan now,     She did  <o when Ihey met nl    Ihelii,., reatllnj room,
nS   jewels  do   when   llley   ale   .'".'11   I llHS ! 'II llll' I '��� ti-l il". ||e   u ;el   Itlllitillg   111   H elllillg   wlliel.
iii undress. "I don'l  think  1 can let yon have  |���, iei,-,l :,   hide in  slie cnnio up, bul
"What aro  vim     going    to  do   with | the  iiellings  buck," -aid  lie.   "To  loll   she had -.������'���u ���' nu.h In hid e her mix
them?" sho asked. yon the truth, I'm nfrnid yon might���  i������*,
"I'm going  I" have ihnn nil  reset  have  Ihein   remiiiinleil  again   in  lhe     "Oh, Paul," she cried, "you haven'l
for you, Nol only  ihese, Imi all    the  old way." been buying pearls for me, have you?'
others, In.,." In vain sho pleaded thnl be might      ||(, hi'u.h d n lillle,
Ln.ly Ursula    was mm" and    more  trust  her not  hi do anything against     "Why    hmild you  mind  if I did*'
surprised. his wishes,      He  win    quite   gentle,  he snitl. "I iv.tni you to look nwfullj
"Uul ihe necklace and lhe (lorn nro|quil.i od-htiniorcil nboul il, hid sho I ninnrl when yon go I,, Onro Court, and
quite  i Inn.    Thej   arc  very    well   never saw  Ihe sellings again; and on   inciilrulailv, I   houlil like vour nooph
set." prni.'sled she. Iheir way back lo England he confess-  ���| wiulersimd lo see lhal llu ir (laugh
"I don'l think so.   And yon will let,  oil lhal ho had thrown (hem into the   (,... |,nfl II(,| ihrown In iself nwuy upm
me hnve my own  waj   nboul  them,  Rhino nl   lliisle. A p'nnper."
won'l vou I ' Lady   lirsntn  luul   slipulateil  lor n
"Oh.'ofc 'so.   I have alwuys look-  oouplo ol days id  Winlorsiintl before 	
ed upon Ihem as vours, not mine."     going on lo Onro Courl, and Paul hnd
"No, no. don'l '.ny thnl.    1 shan't  uuwillingl-  consented, bul declined lo  f ---'���'
nllow vou tn say so. indeed, when my  neetimpany lu t.
wife lias jewels as handsome as nny;    He  pointed  on!  Ilml   he could  not
nf those ill Ouro Court.' j el Lord Ensiling without awhwnrd-
l.n.lv Ursula looked distressed. j noss  after   whnl   had    happened    in   *~
"(Hi. I couldn't think ol trying lo Paris, and sho had ri luetanlly to nil*
compote with Ihose people," she snid | mil lhal this-was lino. She haltered
hastily. I herself, howovi r. Ilinl sho would her*
And Ihen,    i-omomhoring   that    lho  self ho able lo ohliloralo tho hnd im*  ,i
sentiment to which she had given ut-  prossion hor brother had of hor hus-,|
tcranco was something loss than Chris-  band, by her uceounl ol his kindness
linn, she hung her   head    and    was  to hersell and of her happiness v.ilh||
silent. Iiini.
"1 don'l menu you lo be cut oul by j    In Iho.moniiti llu y had decided lo
anvbody," said Paul riimiv. '    break their journey in Loudon, where||
She  i-aiscd  her  head  with  a  little  Ihey  put  up al  a  liul" hotel  in 	
smile. of the sido-streots ..li lho Slrnntl. That
"Surely. Pnnl, you don':  think  we  very evening Paul look his wife for
i  hold up our iioads. in mailers of  walk Ihrougli Iho crowded streets, to
ihai sort, ogitinst millionaires!" said
she. "Even my people would never
tiv to do so "
"We will," said ho confidently. "It's
easier Ihnn yon think. Even millionaires, oil lhe Other side ni lhe Allan-
lie, use shum jewels sometimes, in
the certainty thnl thoy will |
them, for real ones.'
Ihe shops by gaslight.
Tiny won! up Iti goni Slreot, and he
insisted upon stopping before each
shop window in turn. Even the splendid displays ol mock gems templed
him. though Lady Ursula protested
against theso v ilh a nol unnatural
villi  disdain.
liow   enn   you
a   Col  _nv.'f  Oli'itilr.'.leu
A fttrftlfiliUMnTfUti   ..
ftfftr    lri.li    HM   tsUlillklwd
flrm.   Wo aw kItIok *wm
Wfttdlm io ilioufcad-   of
in��f.|i'.* i''   over   tt.8
WOI hi      til      ft       l.t'/r*
lidferttHaiciiu Hew
tl .our ehnt-fi tn
obltln ���'������**. V/rlto
iiOiv, irtetaelim v-*
ri-nti for rii_ -.( enr
fuhlonftblo i.i.dlt.L1
f*,-,ft r.ttu-di, or
UcttU' -' >-��i"t-. Wnt
nrrlftn ir-i to w��r
nitli ti'i: -'rtirb, wklch
mil 1" fi�� Wirt
(itwM wn!rria�� ,.��!���
��. [.l:i:i*.(...| f'-'-rMn'.
thaQld r->u th-ks ��.'.-
-Uliitiiflf 0( DQt[lMntl-
!.r inn nffor. W�� c?.P��t ��oa lo lell yout ht��di
hirit   i* tnil I'-iftW  turn   tin   betntlful r.iMAi
1 ffi iStni ihh rta ^o mod to i* ttM, m mA
���5 ccntt \-j-1li ml Ptln ft Fw ��ntfH. .Ton
Clin t��o klvukuA���>/��-Waiw a innii, m'W��m1��
llK-^-a*- __^_   ��_-
"���-.':Tr**__r__r'*r^.    r������Im
Perhaps Lady Ursula looked incredulous,
"I loll you." ho persislod, "thai
those great pearls which Mrs. Eineh-
den weiiis round her lliroal are not
l.tulv Ursula stnilotl
idesi-i'lld   In   look
nl   rubbish,     Paul?"  she demanded,
nol inipiitlenllv, but with surprise.
"Well, it's interesting, alter whnl
we were talking about the other day.
lo show how closely ilo y imilato ihe
real thing. Now oau you l 11 me honestly tlii't you would have known lhal
'Who bus lold you Unit?" she said. I nocklnco l" be only sham, it you hnd
"I'm quite sure you're wrong about seen it. by gaslight, or electric lighl,
ihose particular pearls. That necklace I mind, "ii lhe neck of one of your
is unique.    I've  heard  all  about  it.  friends?"
11 took years to colloet the pearls, Obedient but unwilling, Lndy Ursula
nnd sho had to wait four years for the' gave her mind lo llio point proposed.
fifth row because they couldn't match "I don'l suppose I should," she
them earlier." ' admitted,  win n   slu-  had    examined
Paul smiled.
"1 daresay," said he, "thoy believe
Hint story l! iselvos.    But I happen
to know  i!  isn'l true."
According in her principles, Lady
Ursula refrained from arguing lho
"I hope, u! least," she said gently,
"thai you won'! expeel me to wear
mock gems in older to bold my own
wiili people who v ear real ones."
"<![ eours'i not," said h -. us he sat
down Io the dressing table, and Inking
it  Ids peek, I ii peculiar little pair
ol l��ir.'..'i��, li in. io extract, Irom lho
diamond  n. cl luce ho had given  her,
lhe   sltllll S.   "lie   l)V   "ill'.
"Hi,, iniielt i nd clever you nre
nboul ii !" i lied Lady Ursula Innocently, a- slu   watched him.
"I' mall  right��� for an ninaleur,"! same sine as her.   \nd really, by this
rial he.     "Hut  you   should    see al light,   they    look    quile   as good  a
with cure required of her n couple of
rows of mock pearls of the cleverest
make. "Bul still I shouldn't like lo
weiir llieiii. and I can'l believe lhat,
any oi my Irieiids would either."
"Of course nol. I><<> Amerienns are
I, ss particular, I assure yon."
Lndy Ursula said nothing. She
nevere  eontrudii'tod  him.  nud   il  he
slill chose I" hail   lhe hi li. I thai
Oaro-Jaekson's daughter was capable
nf wearing   shain    pearls, ii did not
I'i. sent!'   I'uul  saitl- -
"Hi ro is n nocklnco ueni'ly a* handsome as MlS, 1'inehli'ii'.-." And he
pointed i" n double row nl imitation
pearls wiih a diamond clasp.
Lady  Ursula jusl glanced nl  it,
"Tiers   has   liv   row :," said  she.
"I   ni.nn   thai   tlm   pearls   nl'o   lh,
'Vou    .,   you vvaiii to hang on lo never sought lo tletnin him; when ho
n       ihh      ,'on'vi  got, I, ""u ���   rour evidently found pleasure in the s,-,ei.
n   l.a.i   come  to  Switzerland i    "I   idiouldn'l   have  thought   it   pos-!    Lady   Urstiln  did  nol   dispute    thr
ho I   ���     out of hoi hands!   \ml j fur 'i        liter  sports,  she  look cure Lihle i i do ii    bolter Ihan   you do,", point, antl Ihey wen! on.    U was not
���.on    i     .    li   ���   you'll give a- ��� a III to   how no jeulously, | cried she in admiration. I lho only shop ������( lho same soil Hint
:      ���       and nounds, or llm value of      Wul ii sometimes il she had cause
.dniieed  up quickly,  but   Ihere  Paul hisislod on slopping to examine,
Ki'iiiliHi 8 Bolivia Cure Iihk i.-.w
been le.lineit lor human line. I is
pouetmlliiff itowerqulokt)- re-
JievcssMe'.liiilts.se.ri ins, Iiii ii-
n-ri, ninl till forms et Imne-
nei_.   ll la ie'1 whnt you
need around tlio house.
Wine lor ninny I.-uits
hum unci, to pIOVO ils
For Horses
it,  in n  inoiitl        iiit'i ii we let yon  to I   1 i inudod. sho look en re nol to   was no shadow  of hiispi--ion iu    her j and presently he snitl
I   i'p nil tin: lot?" ,  I   it.    And. on lho whole, consid* | tnnn. "Now  we'll go und look nl Ihe real
"That's it," sidd  Paul eiing lho fact Ilml lho pnir were ridic
"Tiun 1  voti   wc a-i" uu   con-  ulously  ill-mnlchetl, tlio titel  ol both
ii  un,"       I Cl , as ho look oul a  sup|  foil  Iho place ol  wanner affoc-
-i.   '  ol  pi p i   Irom ii  little leather-  tion. on one  side  nnd  stronger  de��
 t;-11.i:i..11-  "ii  lho    ��� Iini'.    ro  Ilml
Ih ���)���  p,"., ,1  v ilh lh.-' ���  Ihey mot, for
���-_>���'"i/'E   %,"  )"cs   I"""ilu-d   l>>   C��|0-
I" n nn ually happy,
-\l llu "mi of a Fortnight, however
Paul i" gun I" : how signs of restless
lie wenl mi villi his work, nnd lo I thing. I have lo mnke up e.y mind,
tho surprise and eonst'i'iialion of Lady how I'm going lo have your jewels
Ursula, In soju had reduced the whole sol, in llu lirsl place, aud in llio see-
ol the jewels, wilh which ho hud pre- ond place, I'm going lo give nn order
~, nt- ,1 lur on their marriage, to a for n pearl neoklaec lor you.''
heap of dimes.   Then ho rose briskly      "1 do beg you won't, ' pleaded Lndy   ~
--haa been tine* by lieu*
men, M'ti'iiiiiuiiiii,, and
'tunic's for ovi r I'.-", yenrt
lis v.,itli hnabeenpreira.
. vin. splint, curb, ring
11,n.r ant] llio iiintiy otlif
I., ii-i tie i eoiiieto hones.
till lliis I, Hi',* lionl JoUlCS -,
Wilson, Iklutf-Jand, i.u:'..:
"I li.-ivr iiBccI your IFtpavtii Ctirt
mir.'nul;,:;., ,, ivlific ��hI mnlla foi
anil bcait, and found
civ s.il'sl.-.ctorv.
i.i i Keiidnlri
Slu'i in Cure Hi
linv ilni|--ii*i'.'*.
For Inn os tl
Ik,u1c���(I torfe,
II' i.lll ll *...: 'illll
title.- ('.l��rS..*tC
���Trt'tulsoon tin,
Monti' fife from
writ lo
llr R. J. UNDHl Ci
into his poclt-  Ursula.   "If you know bow 1 begrudge
the money spent on dress and jewel.
ar.d thrust llu
Lndy Ursula pnl mil her hand. I lory, wlwij there is so miieh thiil ono      "1   wnill   to be excused," said
il  leasl   let   me have  would like lo do with ill" worried-looking juryman,   addre��
8p*ft/��__a 'i'" l--y iciicvcdtn Murine  ,,,... nnd on n 'oiving n letter from "Wt'm'l  vou  al  lens!   Id   me have would like lo do with ;i I" woi
tfL* y^C?S LyeB-BKdy.NoSn-u-tuiij,   ii,,,     i i:,,|,   with  nn invilntion    !<> the sellings?" she ��aid, almost senti- "I  quite see your point.    Vou are the
.,      ,,'    . ,    lut| '''v,c Conrfott,   At , 11 ���   ilev     matrietl  pnir to come    tu mentally.   "I've never cared for jew- too p I to euro for such things," said tlin
ler, I.,.,..-*..-! ., 50c |.c,-.l.ot:ir. fiutinel:)* i th, ,,i i    noon alter the Now Year   ua els before,  never,    Hut  in*!   because Paul gently    "Hut I think il's n,duly tow
is, .""....""".'^J.'"^.0'.''^ )zl[""M   Ihey could, tn  li Ip    them  with  the   you gave mo ihose, I aiiso I was so on lho pari ol lho hu hand nl n wo- cab
Let Him Out
1   waul   to  h ���  excusi ,1,"  said  ti.
rets i ii
e .indue.   "I owe ii man live dollai
ii 1 burrowi d, nud as he is loaviu
ii today for some yenrs I want I
,.,,... ,  , i I, ii enlel. I'lin before h" eels mi the liai
vrugi iu oi Murine";.- .emeoy r.o��� ChlccflO   , ,���]. ,-,,��� ,.,.,���,  ..,  ,, gPllpral election,   proud ol you having made mo sueb n  l i birth and bcnuly lo see lo it   nud   my him thc money."
:  Paul exprossi i n hope thai  Lady Ur>   liaudsomo present, ii liurls me In see   Uml she holds he, own oven in Btieh      "You tire excused,"  returned    Hi
I'    oerulic    Australia    is   nn   ex- suln would nol  nr.uil   cutting   short  them nil destroyed like that."  this wilh others,'1 | Honor in  icy  tones.   "1  don't, win
amp]   "I strong legislation,    In S'ew  Hit ir stny abroad. ||    kissed her affectionately.
ie Inn- ri .veil     Of course        consented :    "Tlint's very nioo o[ vou," he snid.
liljli-H of nny iniii-
t; imp     liars    close nl  six  li in,
"Jot a em    rn drill I, n n  �� wns t|. nil
.   .i,    ,;.���   ll     -in. ndiurj   i..���!���.i-������ i'ii. , :  '   ei   .-.    :.  y   ill j
i: i o
She did nol dispute lln  point. Paul   anybody on tin  jury who can lie lil
was   ro nice    tonight,    so gentle so I thut."
is good tea" CTHE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY.   B. C.
__-*<��? S-88* re*_-edy
���"�� /ash..,  e-y.ej.ia.
*>ili-t��r��.   A skin food 5
���<<������ DrwiUi mi Bteretrtot,
Even in a milch you should
consider tlio "Little Thin*.,"
the wood-the eomposition-
"'<=  strikeability���the  flame.
are made of strong dry pine
stems, with a secret perfected
composition that guarantees
fcvery Match A Light." 65
years of knowing how���that's
thc reason 1
All Hddy products  are dependable products���Always.
i How  tho  Crown   Prince  of  Germany
The character o[ lho Crown Prince
of Oormany is noil known ns a flirt,
chocolate-soldier stylo ol officer, and
ns n cynical 6rilic b[ people not owning lhe sway of tho (lorninn Will,
bis reputation is unique. Uui il tins
been lofl in Lady Wilson i" convoy
in n few words an idea o( his looks,
Lndy Wil-im    who   was a    fellow
pns.nongot'     Willi   lhe     I'riliee     till   his
return [rom his Indian trip, any*i -
"His expression i< elusive, fr his
Icaturos are insignificant. A foolish,
sandy, pallid look is accentuated by
tin uneompi'on.'ising "nut" coiffure,
His hair, worn rather luni.*, is brush,
ed ' un roifully bael; trom a receding forehead:  his nioustuelio is em-
! hrynnie.    Yet Ihere i; tiro about him.
I and dovourillg v ilulily. In bis eiiri*
0U8   slnlllillg     eves,     tlllll     you     eall
I seiircoly iirresl  for a second, so rest-
. less are 11 ���,', it is impossible i" read
what is passing In his mind
The  Trouble   Duo   to   Nerves
Starved for  Lack of
Good   I'Iihh!
An eminent medical wi Iter has said
that "iii'uiah'i.'i is ihe cry uf starvod
nerves for heller blood.1' Tho one
':reat symptom ol this trouble ia pain,
fierce, slabbing pnin, Hint almosl
ul rives lhe siilforoi' frantic.   The ono
1','iuse Is i r blood; lhe only euro is
l<> enrieh lhe h! I.    Heat applied lo
llio inflamed nerves viill give relief.
liul. dues iiiiI euro.   Dr, Williams' Pink
Pills furnish tho blood nil the n led
elements, and lho blood convoys Ihein
in lhe nerves, The nnly way of getting [iitul nf medicine to tlio nerves is
Con icriplion of Woalth
Conscription of wealth for tho t li
��� I war is im novelty in I.ii< I mil,   Tlio
advisors   of Richard  II    for n time
, financed  their adventures in   I'rancc
by lhe aid of a noil lav,  niously
' devised     ill    lhe    [il'Sl    n.Vpi'1' 'I'I-     to
fall upon the rk In r i hi In Id77
the  levy    ivas  graduated    froin  ono
gronl mi tlio laborer lo to l.'ls, Id. on
___,-,jl   " duke, Judges paid ,i:.'i each; Karls,
mis, '���"'"~.    eouulessos,   nnd tlio   richer mayors,
��s5&,K-_ai!_B    Ul;  barons,  bnronols, nldennon, und
IP--^"____..1     liu-.e meivhinis, ���-.!; kniglds and  y.
l^ajSp"*"*;*J     mi nt small towns ,r.l down In lis, M.
"������~*s.'3   I'I hus iim fourteenth century English*
'u-Kifwl-owrtA^     !',mn ''?'' evolvoil n syal in'by which j
,rt'coMPOSrocr'Tn;;\���    I lhe rich  limn   p.'ii'l   in  noine instances
his   i i'or noighbor.    llm  the  Inter
poll lax thai I d to the Great Rovolt
was, its we know, not happy iii the
results. It shed tlio principle of graduation, and "ihe numb t of people
goi off wiih a payment ol Id, or Bd,
was comparatively fi w," Loi don
Vour Liver
is Clogged up
That's Why  YouVa Tired-Out of
rSe.ii ���/An,' ne Appetite,
LIVER PILl-S      ^W'-K**7-
v.ill na! you i .
.n..j'.-4y,"  ^m\,
rilcy   00
Someone asked Whistler if ho it-as
icmiainted with  King Edward.     II"
"No 1 have mil Hint pleasure "
out tho King snys l���. knows you
 muni ���    i iiiii in roncvo uniil one trial Is modi
"Oh,  well,"    responded    Whistler, of that roinarknblo preparation, Dr, .1
'you know  he's alwavs hm-mlnr. "      in    '
Tho Tenor of Asthma comes like n
lliief   in   Ihe   night   With   it-  dreadful
Ihrpttling, robbing Its victim of breath.
II seems beyond lho power of human
���:' ��� i relievo until one trial is mud
rHeNiwFq.NCHn.M_ov. n.i n-_ us.
. nr. ncrv ���       "iCH IttMEDV   N.I  HI? N,3,
f r-at I1ICCPII, curbs chronic wi win -*s lost vioon
*  VIM   KIDNftY    hl.M'Utf   DIS BASKS,  BI.000   POISOH,
IKE  lll*f   TH*'**   .,.��.-���*   ���
WC  HUI   in,,,.   ���,,.���.
I. 51 .
n.nrl rn���N ,.,.,,,
"j"!   I-I' C.EIIO
�� London una,
BA8V TO   l/.KI
su,: AND
t ai,ti:,(, tens.
n-MFION'll om
Sun.���>.tituer   better   tbmi   linen   and   1)1.
_���!��� unry   .niie     Wash   u   with   snap   ninl
-atttr.    All Stores or itircL-t.    Stale slylt
and tiir    For fffic  wo win mail you
GS Fraiar Avenue, Toronto, Oiuaria
Weed's ffhofijlioaiasi
tThe Great Bnglish Remedy*
Tonoa and invigorates tho whoTa
H norvous syslciu, makes new Blood
ia old \ elna, t i res Nervous
Debility, Menial and Brain Worry, Vcspon*
deney, Loan of Kncrpv, Palpitation of tha
Start, Failing Memory. Price 51 per box- six
for |5. Ono will (.lease, eix will curo, (_.>!.ll-y all
drugci"'1" or PiailctI ia plnlo plrg. on rredpfc nf
��rlco. AVif patnph tel mailed free THL' WOOD
pi mm   ��� ,1   i..i    , ���
Be Bright, Well, Strong,
Restore Youthful looks!
Let your fight fm' butter health bo-
'tin now'. 'Hoforo you feel any warning nt physical collapse, cleanse, and
strengthen and build up your system.
The one remedy for that tired droopy
fueling Is Dr. Hamilton's Pills, tlie
acknowledged king of all tonic medium i.ei\e.i r* 1 einos, Thousands of men and women
lhrough"lho .uoodVTnifthu only way ln [["] Joto years of life retain their
to enrich lhe blood is through n fair youthful looks and feeling simply be-
use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. In f,a��so thoy rogulato their system wh
this imi' neuralgia, sciatica and other .llls ll1'1 rollablo family remedy. Notli-
norvo disorders are promptly cured, IDB��0, e��od for the bowels, stomaoh
and the whole system benefited aud;01' kui'"]^- tmv* ncadachos, pre-
strengthened. Mrs. M. Gloason, R. R.! yen is biliousness, sops aching pains
No. I, Uxhridgo, Ont., wlio uns a great!1. h'' hack and limbs. Got a 2oc. box
���"       ��� nl Dr. Hamilton s 1 ills today.
"One ot lhe rujes for officers of the
King's Navy reads: 'No officer shnll
speak disoourngingly to his mate,
either on the watch or at mess, concerning tlio business on which lie is
or may bu engaged.'
Mabel��� If your grandma has iost all
her teeth, how tines she eat"
Willie���I heard pa say she had a
biting tongue.
Minard's Liniment used by Physician 8.
The River Kilo is believed to con-
tain more varieties of fish Ihan am-
other htream iu the world
sufferer from neuralgia, says: "I stiffened intensely from nournlgiu for four
years.   My blond was thin and I was
completely run down.   I suffered intense pain nil tho lime.    At different
times  I consulted  three doctors, but
their treatment did no more than give
me temporary relief.     Then I tried
different medicine:-, but the resull, was
the sain,"���Ihey seemed no Rood in my
ease.    I  was growing steadily worse,
und finally could not leave the house
nor do a bi' of work,   The Inst doctor
I consulted could do nothing for mo
luit give mo morphine (ablets to onso
the pain, and by this time I had about
resigned myself to a life of pain. Then
one uf Dr, Williams' almanacs came to
our bouse and 1 read of similar cases
cured through tho use of Pink Pills. I
l"iI three boxes nnd before they were
all gone the pnin began to decrease,
nnd I began to hnve a heller appetite.
By tho time 1 had taken six boxes I
was  ngain  a  well   woman,  and   my
neighbors could   hardly  realize  that
such a change could be made in so
short a time.    Later I was bothered
witli eczema and Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills cured  ine.    J  have  found   these
Pills worth their w-eiirht in gold and 1
cheerfully recommend them lo all who
are ailing,"
Vou  can  tret  these  Pills from  nny
medicine dealer or by mail at nO e"nts ,
a box or six boxes for "i2.nl) from The
Dr. Williams'   Medicino Co.,   Brock-
ville, Ont.
D, ICollogg's Asthma Remedy, Then
relief comos with a rush. Life becomes
worth livins. inid, if llio remedy he
used persistently, tho disease is put
permanently to rout. Take no sub-dilute.
Germany's   Infamy
The hideous story of tlio \\ iltenbcrg
Comp is unmatched for lillh, cruelty !
and  horror  outside  certain  descrip-1
lions of Carthaginian horrors: in Flaubert's "SalammbO."    There have  been
perfidies, murders and outrages by
iiiiiil nud sea, but for torture inflicted
with systematic callousness and infamy ou helpless prisoners ihere Ims
been nothing to touch this record.���*
Luiidiiii Observer.
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
llieir day.
Const!- M
pittion, gjyy' 	
Biliousness, hiigtttlon, and Siik Hcadach..
Small Pill, Small Doac, Small Price.
Genuine must beat Signature
,a_f ,1 -��*���
*S if
It will c>au m :*
lllverware In !-r.i
liul-*. with !c_i r t.
lern-ii*. tli.m fin/
Other pi;; ml     i
made. "; leal _
not an elce'.: ; [at*
Ing prepitrrttioni
removes tio'hiti.
but the tiiir. Iiii.
lac th: litverwirt
like new. l'ut no
In eieht maj eiali*
tet_.*ounce bottlea,
packed three doaea
lu cue.
Al All Jeweller!
and light sewing at I. n. \ * hi
nr spare time; good salary; worl   a
nny distance,   charges paid.     Sa
"tamp for particulors.   National Ma
in ihe village of Tiilwni'tli, Somer-1   ..   ;���  . ��� ',; "'���"',
set, England, lho curious custom ���f j'"""innn-: t ���nnpitny, Montr-,i
letting n field by auolion during the
burning of an inch candlo has just
been perpetuated
Cautious Wife-���Dinnn pay lhe fares
yet, Angus. They iimy drop a bomb
on us and then you'd have thrown
cood money away,
"Wish   to  marry  my  dan .' '  ',
you?   Take my advice, don't."
"But why sir?"
"I  have noticed cvidenc    of insai
iiy in her lately."
"Good  hi livens.' What evid ���   : I
"Hlic snys she wants to marry yon
A great many former users
of tea niul coffee have learned
that tbcre is a pure food
beverage made frmn wheat,
which   lias   delightful   flavour.
It never exacts of ils users
tlio tribute of sleeplessness,
heart-flutter, hcadneho and other
ills often caused by tho drug,
caffeine, in tea and coffee.
has a delicious, snappy flavour
and is absolutely free from
caffeine or any harmful ingrod- i
lent. instant Postum is in
condensed, coluble form, nnd
wonderfully convenient for the
home���for the picnic -for travel
��� every.- here.
,f tea or coffee Interfers with
comfort or success, ns it does
for ninny users, try a shift to
"There's a Reason"
c.iniifliiiii Postum Cereal Co.. l.t.l.,
Windsor, Out.
Wifie-Oh. Tom, look al the lovely.
silk stockings I got nt a fire sale for
seventeen cents.   And not a thintr. thej
ninl ter with them except the feet arc
burned off.
$100 Reward, $100
The renders of (his pnper will lie pleased (o
team (lint there is nt least one dreaded disease
science lias been able to cure lu all its Btajjes, nnd
Uintis catarrh. Catarrh being greatly influenced i>j' constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment, Hall's Catarrh Cure ta tuken
iu tenia Ily and acts thru the Blood en tlie Mucous
Surfaces of the System thereby destroying: the
foundation of the disease, giving (lie patient
strength by building up the constitution ami
assisting nature iu doing lis work. The proprietors have so much faith in the curative
powers of Hall's Catarrh Cure that they offer.
Due Hundred Dollars for any case that U falls iu
cure,   send for Hsl of testimonials.
Address: I.J. CHUNKY it CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold i�� nil druggists, 75c,
Angler (in deep water)���Help I Help I
I can't swim.
Country Gentleman (on shore)���I
can't cither, but I ain't hoHerin'
about it.
W.     N.    U.     mo
It is in Demand.���Sn groat is the i
demand for Dr. Thomas' Eleotris Oil
that a largo factory h kept contiou-1
ally busy making and bottling it. To
be iii demand shows popular appreciation of this preparation, which stands
at the head of proprietary compounds
n.i the leading Oil in the market, and
it in generally admitted that it is
deserving of tlio lead.
Not only lho .Allies, Great Britain,]
Franco and Italy, have adopted  the1)
daylight saving principle,  Germany
not to bo outdone by them has also
been ordered to put on the clock!
Only the uninformed endure tho
agony of corns. Tho knowing ones
apply Holloway's Corn Cure and get
Why is a watch like a river?-Be-
windin.' ''""t    ''""   l0nS    ,vitll"u-
Headaelio is not a disease in if *r*n        _
self, but comes as a warS   to i J ���     ?' ^ SCl��ct a iveatm^ that
you that there is something wron* fnns to rcmove tlie cause of trouble
with the system. Consequently-when 7 emidhlng the blood and building
you stop a headache by the use of UP th�� starved and exhausted nerves
Syf+T ��TC��tic d''u^' y��u lw^h' Such ia m- Case's Xerve Food and
stifle the  'danger signal" by which the effectiveness of this food if-
Nature tells you that there is trouble so well Icnown^at we^^eed
ie'i you about it.
A starved condition of the ner- T��� ,hnn., _T
vous system is by far the most fro- will find 2.        7 ncw?PJaPer ^u
quent cause of headache.   You mav nfl'     ,V'll'T VTvU'd as a fe-
l>e going too fast a pace and bur��� ffi I    I  g D/: Ohaso s Xerve ^od,
the candle at both ffK S 2SfS ��9 "T^ 7��UV frieoda
vous system has no opportiinif* t\ wi Tedth.!fae* that nearly every-
renew its vigor, l?fljffi^ ch^^T '* ��� *? 5_tandard m^~
vous headache',  sleeplesS, ffl- XrXtHli.^ ""^^
gestion and irritabiUty. c_^tbn oTtWooI        ' *"*"
accepting a USB   Stow^Jota-,^'1 ^
Keep   Minard's   Liniment   in   the
Despite the numerous "euros," cancer continues to increase.
Or. CUM.*. Bccioe Book. 1.000 Mlect��. recipes, eont flw if ,0u
mention iiii* paper, THE COURTENAY REVIEW
LEATHER      !
Practical Shoemaker and Kepair
Next to llurdye. Biseoe
Comox, 11. C.
Best Meals North of Naniaiuo
Clioiceit Liquor, and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop,
Willard's I lames. Emporium
Vini' Showing nl  Horse lllnnkets,   Lap
Ruga, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Vtc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
Cumberland and Courtenay
Palaee Livepy
Horses and Buggies for Hire u.
Terms cash.
We  alio attend  to wood hauling
Courtenay Phone a_
When In Doubt
Play  Trumps
Have Goard Tune Your Piano
Factory Experience
Recommends  from   Leading  Musicians
from the Atlantic to the Pacific,    Copies
of same furnished on request
W. J. Goard   will ne  in this city  about
April   1.     Leave unlets at tllis Office,
nr write direct to
845, 8th Av��., W.   -   Vancouver
���ALL,   Kl N its   OK	
Soft Drinks,
Ice Cream, Lunches,
Tobaccos and Candies
Cold hunches, Salads and Sandwiches
on sale tit
J. R. Johnston's
Marocchi Bidg.      Ccurtenay
Toil cannot eat your
cake and lave it
But you have the satisfaction
of knowing that the ingredients are of the highest
grade when purchasing at lhe
Courtenay. Customers swear
by, not at, "Purity" Bread for
Cakes of all descriptions mii-ie
to order
Courtenay   Bakery
-t*S"*_S_____*_. ���___���; _fi5-��B-B_~_B-fl__-_*
Sutton ii Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Night or Day Culls (Promptly
Council Meeting
Af er waiting for nearly an hour
for  enough   members  to  form a
I quorum ou Monday evening Alderman Hurford was elected   to   the
1 cluii r
After the minutes hail been read
and adopted the clerk read several
From Aid, Carroll tendering his
resignation, as he found it impossible tn attend the council meetings
or tn give tlie time to committee
work that was necessary. It was
laid over to be dealt with at a later
date as it is expected that another
member of the council will be en-
listlng shortly, and the two will be
dtalt with together.
K. Kerton wrote complaining
that a lot owned by Mr. Johnston
next tn him was covered with
weeds, which were liable to become
a nuisance if not cut soon. Mr.
Johnston was present and explained that he was quite aware of the
facl that the wiiite Dutch clover
seed he had puI chased and sown
had turned to a beautiful crop of
dandelions and other weeds, but
that he was wailing until they got
to tlle proper st;i"e for killing
when he would cut them. This
was satisfactory to the council,
The Electric Light Co , wrote
that they wen: prepared to fix the
light at Mcl'hee's comer when the
city expressed its intention of carrying out the agreement entered
into by Mr. Peterson and others
with the company. After the pros
and cons had been discussed at
some length it was finally moved by
Aid. Auderton, seconded by Aid.
Aston and resolved that tbe city
clerk be instructed to shut off the
street lights until such time as the
company puts the lamps into proper working order.
F, McMillan wrote complaining
about a thicken house on Alice
street which lie said was unsanitary
and likely to be a menance to his
stock. The sanitary inspector was
instructed to examine the premises
with power to order removal or
destruction of the same.
W Stanhope, provincial inspector of noxious weeds, asked the city
to do its share to keep down noxious weeds. It was decided to appoint D. Cudmore as inspector, he
to notify residents to cut their
weeds and thistles, and to cut them
on nou residents lands and streets.
A letter was received from the
department calling attention to lhe
Egg Marks Act, which it would be
well for all producers lo get a copy,
J. VV. McCann wrote thut lie
had inspected the bridge over the
slough as retpiested. He found it
in pretty bad shape. The caps
and stringers were getting rotten,
but tlie piling was good It was
about 13 years old. It would cost
about $800 to rebuilt it same width
as uow which is too narrow or
about $1200 for one .4 leel wide
Mr. McCann's report was rtc.lved
and he was farther asked to make
a rough plan of proposed bridge
and give an estimate as to material !
ri quired, etc.
The following accounts were pre*'
Courtenny Review $"6-391
Time sheet  49.Ho I
C. Blown    1*5.5��
Lumber    .                        . . .   .  J4 68
         n       1
Stamps, etc  19 Stv
City eli'ik, preparing assess
ment roll 75-00;
The ai counts of   The   Review,!
(.'it-, Cleik and   Bubar   rase   were
I :: 1 ,  r f >r further consideration.
The others wen pas ed ou  to   the
. " in .��� Committee to pay if found
C ill'l'l
Aid, Aston for 1 be tire wardens
reported that 3 buckets were missing from No. 3 station, that the
had bi 11 taki 11 off two of the
ladders and they were badly dit-fig*
uretl by caulked shoes. One or
two places in the city were very
dangerous to adjoining property.
Judson street w.s also danegrous.
Permission had been given to Mr. j
McPhee to burn on bis lots.
Aid, Aston was instructed to
have ropes affixed to tbe ladders.
and give 3 days notice to tlie party
who lias tlie buckets to return them
or they will be prosecuted.
With reference to spending
money on Alice street Aid. Kerton
said that $30 would not do much
gootl. He thought that the work
they decided to do first should be
done before they butted into fresh
work. No more than $,*o will be
spent on Alice street in Uie meantime.
The sanitary  committee wanted
another report on the Chinese
laundry cesspool The inspector is
to take a look at it. and ;f a niiie-
ance exists he is to have i'. removed.
The clerk gave a statement of
receipts and expenses wliicli showed that $7,010,01) bad been received tllis year and il wns all spent
but $312.6: wliicli was ou hand.
Some dog taxes have not been
paitl ns yet. Aid. Kerton said he
had paid his nnd intended t:> see
that every other dog owner oaid
theirs. The clerk wai instructed
to collect all outstanding dog taxis
The council's attention was again
drawn to tlie number of horses and
young stock running at large. The
clerk said he hud enough to do
without acting as poundkeeper and
refused to do tlie work, it was up
to the city to provide a pound or
appoint a poundkeeper who would
supply Iiis own pound and look
after the animals properly; taking
the fees as his reward, The council took this view and tlie clerk wa��
instructed to advertise for applications for the position.
Tlie council adjourned until
Monday evening next for thc purpose of discussing the rate of taxation for the current year.
Anglican Services
(or th* 3rd Sunday after Trinity
St, Peter's, C mov,   Matins and
Holy Communion at 11 am,
h-i/.o, Old  Schoolhouse,   Even-1
song and sermon at 3 p.m. I
St, John's Courtenay,   Evensong
and sermon at 7,30 p.m.
McBryde's Bakery &
Tea Rooms
Calhoun Block Courtenay
We win the favor of the citizens and soldier boys
because we give value for the money.   Our tea
room is superlative.   The place to get a dainty tea.
Good cakes and brea I of quality unsurpassed.
Buy direct from McBryde's Bakery
Remember the address     -    Next the Royal Bank of Canada
Tlie Courtenay hotel has just
been repainted, and this popular
hostelry now presents a very attractive appearance.
Ice Cream
Tobac cos
Swan's Old Stand, Courtenay
Money To Loan
We are open to receive applications
for  Loans on  Improved Farm
Property   in    the    Comox
Real Estate, Insurance, Etc.
__>> ���in,! 1 hi dimi iihw-iibwb-nun 11 minium ���. 1 tssaatu
SI 1^ fi
I      1   i    1
" pANADA from
^w/    and this ir-us
her ab
: thc
���npire'a n
'���: bu a r
; nr"r'.i
st: tl
t for I
������n whom
heavy burden of c
the Er.
ni", hi
s 1 ce
aid.    Ga
n cr
no gjiin the course
bi :ov.'
he far
i- rs
nt tl
Is cs
car n3 it
last year-th.y rn
.      ".'.
. _
the <.!- r."
that mtiv l:e made
1 'i 1 I
.e, he
,- m regal
.1 to
livestock, tin woi
r 1 .-��� 1
!y affect'
1 in
tliir, vast struggle.
and st
yet 1
c tn
���;���*.��� for u
, all
before this tragic
is over
, bi
t no'
cne c
: U3
IC i.
.bta the i
and Canadians wi!
do the
ir duty
thc 1
!>f that 8
word."���HON. MARTI S
., iW
of A
' "TWTQDERN war is made by resources, by money, by foodstuffs, ns
**-'-���    wjl r.sl y nvi* ..nd by tr.utdiicrr.t.    While wnr is our first 1 ttsi-
nes'i, it is the imper rUvc duly of ion in Can: ln to pro luce till
th ' '" ''en  to worl  -''���-" ��� i'-Ti while our soldiers are in the trenches,
Icrthettl oflhi .       iyn<     n!j '  icoi   ��� i 'ed, but
incrci s d, for the ���:������  I s ru| i'i   that Iii a befor i us.    ' Work and Si ve'
is e. ;  od motto for War-time."   SIR THOMAS WHITE, Minister
t "' inn,.,
fl i i
y;| L
K ***** wm
WHAT  IS  NEEDED ?  THESE in particular-
wheat, OATS, HAY,
We must feed ourselves, feed our soldiers, and help feed the Allies.    The need is greatet in
1916 than it was in 1915.    The difficulties are greater, the task is heavier, the
need is more urgent, the call to patriotism is louder���therefore be
thrifty and produce to the limit.
"THE AGRICULTURAL   WAR   BOOK  FOR  1916" is now in thc press.   To bo had from
The Publication- Branch, Departmont of Agriculture, Ottawa.


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