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VOL. 4
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY MAY 6 1916
NO. 24
40   Acres of   Land  near  Sandwick,   12   acres   cleared,   house,
barn, fruit trees, etc.
Particulars from
HARDY   &   BISCOE
Real Estate Agents COURTENAY
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in Courtenay
AU Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
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 excells either in flexibility of operation
With the Electric Range you cook
under idgal 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
flames
We will gladly give you information on rates and
electric ranges
Courtenay Electric Light, Heat & Power
Co., Limited
Phones: Office 35, Res. R98       Office: Mill Street
COMOX  LUMP
COAL
Local Lines
I'or Perennial Flowers apply to
Mrs. H. Iv. Drew, Union Hay.
Welding���cast iron, aliiiniiuti'i,
brass, steel, etc,   Ford Garage.     ,
45 horse power Overland ear for
hire, day or night. Ford Garage,
phone 46K. I
ist class upright mahogany piano '
full size,   for  sale   cheap,    Apply
Hox A, Review oft ice.
For Sale���Indian Motorcycle, 7
h,p., in first class condition. Apply
to G. II. Thornhery, Courtenay.
For sale���Diick eggs for hatching, $1 per setting of 10, Phone
1,100, Conrteiiay.
Look prosperous.    Fix up   your
shop front with an up to-date sign
See Colin Campbell about it.
Wanted -Cream Separator, must
lie iu good condition and cheap.
Apply W. J. Miller, Little   River.
For sale at sacrifice price���1000
gallon tank. Fairbanks engine and
pump, almost new. Apply Box B,
Review office.
Found���A bicycle iu good con
dition.    Owner can have same   by
proving property.    Apply Review
office.
For Sale���Strong cob. Very
handsome, ride and drive, sound
wind and limb. Apply Atkinson,
Little River Road, Comox.
For Sale cheap���Child's go cart
in good condition, or will exchange
for small rocking chair with arms.
Apply Mrs. McDonald, on the
Dy!-e
For Rent���Ranch on Denmau
Island. Good buildings, sea frontage, Rood orchard. Low rent to
suitable tenant. Apply Box C,
Review office.
i The Courtenay Preparatory
school commenced the summer term
on May ist. Puplis admitted at
any time. Apply Mrs. Halliday.
Next "Review's office,
If you can ride a bicycle and talk
1 intelligently about a motor to drive
' it, I can offer vou a means ot making money, Write Fred A. Caton
6u View St. Victoria, B. C.
For Sale��� One 6 h, p. Fairkanks
Morse Gas Engine, one 3 k. w.
Dynamo switch board, etc, also
pump and belting, Capacity 12
gallons per minute. Apply at
Riverside hotel,
For Sale���Hugh Besdnells ranch
of about 20 acres at Nob Hill, Co-
; mox. Or might be rented, with or
1 without 5 acre orchard, for 1 year
j with option of purchase. Apply
Mr. Hicks Beach, Courtenay.
For Sale���Cyphers Incubator,
Leader churn, Universal breadmak-
er, sewing machine, fruit jars, roll-
top desk, White Wyandotte fowls,
Blick typewriter, reading lamps, 2
sets bedroomware, some beds and
other furniture, books, sporting
rifle, kodak, complete enlarging
camera and outfit. Apply at Hugh
I Beadnell's ranch, Comox.
On account of leaving shortly I
, am offering at sacrifice prices the
following - 4 hole Kootenay range
! with water front, reservoir and 30
gal. tank, 2 h.p. Peerless gasoline
engine, Myers force pump, quantity
pipe fittings. 10 ft double "Page"
gate, several glazed hotbed sash,
roller top desk, iron bed, fruit jars,
gasoline drum and numerous other
articles. Enquire at residence. E.
H, Peterson, phone 08 M.
Remember the dance in the Opera House Friday evening.
The schools re*opened on Monday morning after the Easter holidays.
Charlie Hansen has enlisted with
the iojntl at Comox.
Mrs. Thompson, of Ladysmith,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alex.
McNeil. "
The 102nd Battalion is persisten- The 72nd Batt. C. I
tly mentioned as likely to move to stationed at Ouebec, and
Europe before the summer, is still at Victoria,
the
.   are
88th
George Eudall left
with the intention   of
Artillery at Victoria
service.
on  Monday
joining the
for   overseas
Mr. E, J- Johnston, manager of
the Roval Batik, spent the week
end tit Ladysmith, going over the
road in his auto,
Another batch of men have been
discharged from the 102ml for
various reasons, either physically
unfit or not amenable to discipline.
Corporal R. Ray whose name
appeared iu the casualty lists was
wounded iu the recent fighting
around St. Eloi. Let it not be in
v tin
We are informed that Charles
Duncan of Sandwick, has enlisted
with the H. C, University Company
The "corner" is giving the upper
settlement a strong lend.
The "P'ollies" will give their last
entertainment of the season on
Wednesday evening of next week.
This promises to be the best entertain "ent of the series. A lot of
sketches have been got readv and
the public will doubtless have a
great treat' The curtain raises at
8.30 sharp. Reserved seats on sale
at the Drug store.
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Servicf* 2 p.m      Sunday  School
and Bible Class 3 p. 111.
Courtenav
Sunday School and  Bible Class
10:30 a. m.   Evening service 7:30
p. m. All welcome
Remember tlie chicken supper to
be given by the Ladies Aid Society
or. Friday evening in the K. of P,
hall.
The spinsters dance to be given
in the Opera house to-morrow evening will be a real jolly one. Don't
miss it.
Miss May Vance, who is the
guest of her aunt Mrs. Carroll, had
a birthday party on Monday after**
noon.
Mr. Goard, the piano tuner, is
still in the district. Any work entrusted to him receives prompt aud
careful attention.
Upwards of two hundred soldiers
went to Vancouver on the boat
Friday night, returning iu time for
roll call ou Monday.
Master Van Morrison celebrated
his sixth birthday last Tuesday. iS
little folks gathered together to
wish him many returns of the day
and have supper, with him.
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What Is Better
Than a Nice Fresh Salad these
Warm   Days ?
Green Onions, Spring Onions, Lettuce, Asparagus fresh daily
Mrs. Porter's Salad Dressing, 15c and 30c
"--������a. SHEPHERD'S *-*��
Rhode Island Red Eggs
per Setting of 15
75 cents
Bruce Towler, box 132, Courtenay
Comox Creamery
Butter
45c per lb. this week
McPhee  &  Morrison
wwwy��^��w*��y��(^<����*��#��a>i_i^qcp(**g��w
Just now when fresh  fruits are  off
the marketjand^unobtainable we are
offerin'thejeanned and dried commodity at the followingjlow prices:
Choice Okanagan Peaches 2 l-2s per
tin 20c
Choice Blockberries 10c per tin
Fancy Dried Peaches per 2 lbs. 25c.
Fresh Seedling Oranges 35c doz.
Try our Fresh Ground Coliee at 35c
|MMMNM��!*MPlg THE    REVIEW.   COURTNEY,   B. C,
CHEW "PAY ROLL
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A BRIGHT TOBACCO OF THE FINEST QUALITY
10 CENTS PER PLUG
:: LADY ::
URSULA'S
HUSBAND
[I nas ll
iniiii wlio sees
�� (llBlllllt liitl
 li.
horro, ihui ilieii his list t'leiu'licil, * P���A(...,f1,���,, _.f
eyes blazed, nml but fur ihe restrain- X rUltJCllOIl OI
in^ iinnii of lho detective laid gently |      *-*, 1    ��     T*"t
tun (Irmly nn iiis nrin, lie would havo I      I   Jill Jl.Ill  ��   h #11*^*^1 ^
dashed  through i irowd on lo tlio        V-rtlldUd S>  1 UICt*lS
platform without moro into, anil tried
to drug  1'i.ul   Payne  from  the  train. I Interesting Report Just issued by the
"Uenlly, gently, mj  lord," sunt llio Commission of Conservation
flriii,  low,  persuasive  voir,,    "Didn't      , ,.,    _,:., , ,,
you nsk by advice?   Well, now von'r.      According lo press report-, Swollen
going lo act   wltltoi.l  It." proposes lo ell  nil i he < uponlo  ce n-
i leal iiiilp in Great  Britain. Naturally,
;     lhe   voting   man   whi     staggered, |Rn   ,.vt.s   .,,.,.   |mnioillRle1y  turned   to
shattered, Benrcelj uble lo keep still.  (,���lm*H ,��� Bl,...,[. tlu, ������, m>,| t.H'l\e-\
I    "t.ei  nn* go," im said boBi'sely, "I hency.
jcan'l let siieli ii scoundrel remain an '    T!',,, commission of t'OiiservHllon has
������|M| '">  sister." jUI||  |S8UP(| B n.|i,,,'i op "I'orcvi  I'm '
Vou forgot," said tlie officer billet*] lection   lu  Canada,  llilS-lllM,"  wliicli |
"Wo mn,\  nol be able lo gel him lis ol   particular Interest  In ibis coiv
way,     Hi    inaj   linn   the   right   loneelion,    It   contains   much   Intornm
tonilnuedi isiuy." Minn respecting Hie worli of llio pro
heart-el')  of die limits-     "I thought you said lie wat inurrleil  vlnctal foj'esi services and nf die fed
llic fox sailing away ou already!" oral departments Intrusled  with  llu
r  reach   uf'tlio |    "No, no,    I've never beard thai bo care ot our forests.
Ml l said wns lhat I might try ]    I'orosl lire protection Is nsstiinlug n
/n
FLORENCE   WARDEN
Wenl, /.��������,���. Co.,/ Imlltd
TORONTO
Family   Affair May  Have to Charter Food Ships
"So in*  daughter has consi-ntetl  lo Swllzerhintl   will   be  compelled   it
become  your  wife.    Have  yon   lixed charter  Irnns-Atliiiitlc  Bleutnslilpa  t*
(lie daj  of iin- wedding?" bring inr nun food across the sen m-
"I  will leave lliul  in hor." tier protection nf her own ling if t_"
"Will you have it churcli or n  prt* wnr    coniinuea  niucb  longer, it Ou
t other tu
It
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ding?
idtlier
can
lecldi
linn.
opinion nf mail}  persona there.
The  i ii w   is    expressed Hint    Qei
"Whin
llBl H
"ll  In
liie
in':"
uinuy's program al sen may meau tn*,
"1  will
leave
1 Illll
��� mil
ii;   in
you,
KiHi'vtitlon    ,il     Switzerland    tiniest
st
.-oni, such ni'iiiiii is lalteu.
"Do you moan  thai  lie's bet
vh'tott, sen ml u si ntence?"
liedding sboolt bis head.
iiie    effect  nn liiiu of inking   ii   for large place in  public attention,  I1   is
granted thai he was. obvious that, Ir Canada is io continue
Lord Eastling frowned. jus  a   wodd-protliiclug    country,    she
uch  too     "w'e l"lls: K('t her away rrom hint,  must  conserve her resources ol  this
lal  all events," he said energetically,  natural   product.    The   reporl   trout a
'"lie afflcer agaiu held blin buck.     exhaustively ot llic lire protection ul '
,._,_���,   ,,,,,., I   httf, your  pardon,  mj   lord," be  forest   land's  nlong  rallwaj   rlgbls-of-1
in,  lord. 'Wlii-ii one thing la plaved s*'1' eal'no8tl''; , """!  ''' ""'-1'1 >���-*��   way.    Tlirougli   co-opcrudvo    action,
out, be takes up another. That's what \mW ,"?.   "'' abl�� ln;    ,     .. ,   lureai  bendway lias been made iu sc
makes him so bard to catch; henever       We"   SCt'   al",i,,   "''"���    s,u"   -hi
keeps at the same game long.    Most  }��..,-f m
'   in * in make a specially of one lino |    tl'   hl.nl
''"'""'   '''"'   "'""   ,1"'"1"'11       '|'h(   forests nf Hrlllsh I'llllllllbill
'Not lie. in;   lord,    lie
clever."
"But you know Iiini tu be a forger?'
��� forger, thief, scoundrel all round
ni'  tiie reduction of
"I'm going in try, ui any I ilirotigh   llres   traceable
or other.   But he takes a turn at them I,,',c ",'""" ,���"?'' """,'"'"'  """"���'-"      Tin  loreRts or urilish r muni nn.i j
all, and he beats the rest of ihem, all  i'i0 SHl''s; " i"fll"f; ,nil'v '"'!','"' "'"' on Uomonlon lands In the west bnve
round, each al bis own game." ���""  ll��;i;"r,il1'1   niesBBgi   lo deliver to oeen ,;,,.,.,  ,v1lu |��� reports conialning
There  was something like adniira*     ,7,,, \,��� ',V���,nEers'    ,      ,,   , the r��nulls of special bIutiles condiict-
ii.ni In the detective's tone. He spoke I,   "'" l'1"'."1 "ai  mounted lo his bead; ,.,, u,   ���*>,.. c. ,,. imwo ������(| Mr. j. ii.
with the rest i due lo a roe worthy! 'e "i,s ,"*%��� bewildered, penetrated white.    Tiie Treni  watershed in On*
���,��� hiS steel t0 ''"' ||"|I,,1S "r lus bGl"8  "'"" lhe tario,  lias  also  rt ived  especial  at-
Tlie  vlscounl   was  almost   sti id  !l?���eIslly ?! fp���m_n*? h,is s,i8te,' r,1'01" tendon,  In u  report  nf an  Invesliga-
by  i in* completeness  of
,iis heart  a sort  of
v iih  whom in* bad gol  to dual
Paul  Payne  wa
is  reveta-
of the man
lhe scoundrel who had deceived ihem   j|on oy m-. r. ii. Howe In the lown-
don, and there was now stealing into Ia",',    , ,    , ships of Btirleigh'and Methuen.   This
>-.-  ' ������  ������ .i.     ,    lJe bail nn longer any doubts as to  district  is Important  In that, while of,
the truth of the detective's words;  It   yen   little   value  us  an   agricultural
, nn  i",>M,'  v,. *.��� ,-isv   so  well- seemei1 '�� him, Indeed, as one clrciim- area, It is being repeatedly overrun by
���..red. so gentle liiai'be had stolen his ^!;;"''<' "I'"'; ��n��ther. iiiuu.ii.'eil at the   forest   tires     lhe  little  remaining
way  into the regard of wins,  of the:   me'   "'?'?'    lnois1'    ius ���efte' | merchantable limber destroyed, li  Is,
members  of  his  bride's  family,  and:br?'"'   "''    "' ll":   f!'��m ""' Uv��' llsul   snggesled   that   lhe   aret    placed
1 ord Fastllne had become ono of his callse t0 sl,8Pect that there was some-  under  die  control   of  the   Dominion
most devoted supporters, n was hard li���l!|-L-.!.?"fL.,**?���". .i!.)!1,.!1.? _V,e' .,.1l? ! [ol'esll'-v',b!.'a"lcU ."���"'  Pr?tection   '"""
m ihe young man lo tutilte lhe volte-
face refiuired ni him liy wlial he be-
*-an rn feel sure must  be stern [acts, j
aud to assume ihe role nt denouncer.
11,iv,   was it  io  be done?    lie felt
his courage oozing away, and be realized al die saine time lhat a man who j
could   baffle   the  police,    who    was
known io be a criminal but who was|
li", anful iu he
likely to allow a man twelve or thlr
teen years younger than himself, nnu,
nm. who uitl not prelum! iu any :,pc''-
ia! intellectual "uperlorlty, lo expose
vitil confound him.
Nevertheless the al cmpl must bo
made, and as liter,, mis uo time lo lie
tost, the young man turned mice more
to thc detective, and said:
"I   think   I'll   go   by     ni'sclf.    I'm
afraid  my sister might  sc
think  there  was something  wors
tear."
Itcddiug looked dubious,
in' pre;
it out,
Refugees Safe in
taken i flrcs and   for rerorestallon.
iini on it'ust sn easily, on no better - ���
(grounds  than  that  lie bad  been  Ibe I ���
friend of n man of whom they knew
so little as iliey did of Mr.  Pilch. .                        ,
Thi'   stories   about    die   American t?lIC01QH   l^atlll'Ql
war. Hie accent  Paul  Payne had put XVUBJBldll  V^djJ_l<U
on in speaking lo die earl and coiih- ��� ���   ���
less;    Ihese    and  a    hundred  other  Are From   Regions  Invaded  by  Ger-
niigbl, was scarcely ll"'""'-! ,1"'uil!;.' wl,lcl1 ll'"1 s(",|,"'d !!"' mans or Exposed to Attack
-*   .    , ,.   I importani   before,  now   assumed   the | r
|/i'oporlioua  ot  proof lhat   dure  was      The Petrograd correspondent nf the
something wrong aboul Payne. Morning    Chronicle  tells  of presenl
.And   the   thought  lhal   lhe   rasuil ��� conditions  in  die interior or Russia, i
might   really  be  the husband  of bis  Alter describing bis journey tlirougli
sister Increased  the viscount's deter-  a   large  district   from   Petrograd and
minatioii to purl llu  two while thero  ""'  liew  st|in':  "'' thoroughness lhal
was un  time. has arisen among die various officials
Time:    Ves,  inn   was  [here  lime?   w"h whom n traveller comer, In eon-
The thought Hashed upon htm (hat, If  lac*. as  'v,'u i,K llle nillllarj  autliori-
., Paul Pavne r.ad been a bachelor when   tfes, the correspondent   turns m the
y��"' a-lrt I lie  wenl   Into die churcli thai   morn-   refugee problem.
in... lie was now really die husband of,    "There are   said   lo be, on reliable '
Ladj   Ursula,   vested    with    rights I authority,  some 600,000  refugees    in
,    .   .    .wliicli.not  even die discovery nf his  Petrograd, which number dues not, nf
"on musl be prepared, lny lorn, ror c,.tnoiuai  pa8t could  render void. course, Include the German and Aus
I un to brave it out,   ny sain. N|)i t|m( ^j. (||0llj,|n ma_e an, ^jf.  tvlaii subjects, wlio, In lhe lirst months I
,     ,���  ,,    ,. , I Terence in die attitude he meant  to  of the  war. from their homes in die
lord   Lasiling   answered   nice ban   , _  ���.|tl]  .,,,,  ,,._._,_ Baltic provinces and along the Russo-
rn.li. but indeed this tlioug  nol      ��� h_ ���.___ _..������ ud_ UvsnWs hm.  German frontiers, were sent to points.
blind, or if lie  were  not,    ibe  vital j in the interior of Russia.   The present
thing was lo tear them apart without   refugees are  HliS3ian    subjects,    wlio i
a moment's delay. were living In the regions invaded lasl [
And.    with     throbbing    brain  nnd autumn by the Germans, or In places
.    .   i blazing eves   be wenl along the plat-  so exposed to atlack that lhe Russian
.ml then Lady I rstila would join In  [orm   fr0nl  011e compartment   to an-  authorities ordered them to leave fori
die   discussion,   and   with   her   ';l��n'| other. lonkinK imo everv eoruer. and   the sake nf sai'iiv.
eyes, honest countenance and a Irsigdt* ���_.������ s(i ng  pantlng| ,..,_���.���,, .,,,���,    ���T])_ ^..^ majol,Uj o( ||u -Hgltives j
in i. mn. | rull or .,];,,.���,   aj ,),,, f,n,| or ,),,, ]0II���.  t]ii]   natl,rally. io Moscow and t'elro-
DCCIU'l'ed  tn htm.     Yet   that   was whal
would probably happen, Payne would ;
express atnazemenl,    force    liitn   to
speak out, make him stammer, contra-j
dici himself, look foolish.
'd   iiueslimis.   put   il
,,.,������,   ,,   i���  ���iiu-Aninnit-a   mul   l,..,w.|""' '"  '""""��� *"   ""' '''in "i   me mug Mill, natural]... In  MOSCOW and  I'elro--
i  '  .   ���     ���    ,,      ���.    ' Continental train, staring wildly Into grad and other large cities, where they
VV    si; l     ', ,"'���   e.si',.,1 hoarse ��� ""'   >"'"""*  ��*   l"1^"11'-''^   ��ho  si ill I ,...���,,, reei fairly safe, and every hotel.
\l   !!il       Sltil    I    I    HO. lit1   Hailed     IIUH1 >>*'-   . .,( n,,,        .iinnit      /Hi      .In,      iiln I r.vi-i   ,      nnnnn-1 i       i      ��� i* i i'     i ���      .
Iv, when he bad realize,] his helpless- ?, ���?''  "b"'"  ""  ""; "''"">l!"  !Uoun(1 lodging or boarding house is full to
-,.    ���,,,,! i,k ,,n,.,' nf emmc-,1 ' overflowing and people are sleeping in
ti,       i   ,��� innk. i _i him k mih. No1 '""' "' ''"' lilvll'1��ss carriages bathrooms,   eve,, in the large Petro*
lhe officei looked at  him kindly.     ,uni  ,���.  Mli,s,(,   ,������  ,1(. 1)R(1 seen ,-0 grfl(I   h0(e!s.   Pl.,v(lle   ram|1|es   have
sign of bis sisier or of Paul  Payne, opened   their doors   to their relatives
ids  fears  were growing  stronger, ���*�����)   friends with the usual boundless
his   conviction   dial   the    detective's Russian bospitnlity,   ami have cheer
,..������,���_, , ,       sllll'.v   W!,s  true   Increased    In   force I fully   Inconvenienced   themselves   for
I hen   l   suppose  you  have  gol   a  .very momciil,   Por it seemed to him months."
only   loo  evident   dint   Paul   Payne ��� ���  ���
had caught sighi of Redding, ami thai
lie was anxious lo moid both him and
,   , ,his brollu r in-law.
h,;l I If I CBii, lo get the lady and      Lol.,i   Kaslllng    began     a     second
-.utirnelf out of the hands of ihis I'd ',,,,,.,,    ��� ,���,    ,,,,,,,���, ,,,.,��� |||(. ���.sl
Vl"1 I 'I""1 s''> I can in ii.   All   .. i i... ;.. ...    ,,    ���   .   , .
I ,lM,., ,n ,'��� !.  in n'v ������ iau ug in  not Oil IJ   me In si Mass nun. ,      f   ;���, R,,ar,     The oilier day a nnn-
i   i,i    io do is io ny. partments,    but  those of lie bccoik i.,,.mm|Rf ���,. ���,,,....,. ,n],, .,  nl,rlv 0f
"Whal  Is ii  yon propose lu saj  tn|,.i���o��� coiniiiiasioiieii  onicei   ana  ti  paiu   ui
"l iliink j'ou'd belter jusl letl him
iii turd, lhat Superintendent Reddhif
would  be ^liiil  of a   word   with  him.'
Lord Rastling faced him quickly.
marrniit," he suid desperately "And
i ii wiint ii, ... i hold nf him wlthoul
f ..'i , '��� iroublo."
Ni), ti". in;,   lord.    All I  want  Is m
him?"  ,|i mantled   Lord   ICnstllng  curiously.
iii    had looked nl  ilie greal i lock
and  saw   dial   Ihere  was a unai'lcr id
Saved   by   Orthography
In the I'rltlsh army, whin a soldier I
is confined in die guardroom, for an
offence, a  written copy id tho crime
is invariably handed to the command*
Dm in
I the guard, of the put", ers, of tin pollc
man In charge ol  (he cine.
men w t re detailed for a certain
fatigue. The corporal having given an
order, one of the men seemed disln*
.    . i lined lo dIm y. wiu'ii. afier haling re*
��u hour lo spare.before the starting | nl]' n���''!! .Xft Vilui !I,S i,! bllke(1 llin' ���ll,"'1'l>' ll8 "hmH'A '"
nr lhe train, lie had ����i over his ,%'..'', !' "1^1 la" angrj tones; "It's a good job for you,
firsi siiinefactloii   and was anxious in " '   ," "'"'. I!'",'. ""' "''"'''"  "ie lad, that I can't spell InsubOKllna*
.ct wfil.'^l laslliiesa! define tWl an  f^j^ad Mm-*����*h* . .inn, or  I'd shove you in the guard-
"""'*'?   M"'!   "W ;ec,|l)lla.1?   "!"m'     I"  two  u.es lhe train  would  I,.-; r����:"   S'K"'"'
ail   nili,   unknown   and   terrible   ilun-|.tft,.|)lllr ������ ���
V.-;, A  [arnii )��� in a small ivai  walked In-
I bey " ' ' '
Redding   did   a, llrsl reply,   lie  , ���.., ^ ,?,_"��,t, "   ' l,e���,"1"'    ���1'"1   io the offices of one of the fire Insiii-
would much have preferred to be left   '������      f*8,,1% "   " 'V      ^'fillancc companies and intimated thai he
10   lake   bis   own   measures   without       ,,,,,;..,''. 'i.i, ii       ', ��� v'isi"Ml      U>   ln8,"'e   M"   ""''"   Bml   "
having to discuss them first.    For he Bal\. m&   ''eckoned    bin.    out   and  (.0Hple ot glacks,
was conscious thai  Ihe ruse lie pro-     ..��_..  ,,  ���  ���,     , ,. "will)l facilities have you for extln-
poscd to employ io rid the earl's fain-1 mv ll,,.'                "     l"1>   ''"' USl  gulshlng  a  lire in your village"" inly  of die scrouiidrel   were such  as I    a,,""'   ,  ,.    ,          ,,              |t|iilrcd  Ihc supcrlntendenl of the of-
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Have it for breahfast to-niorrqw ��� wntcli the kiddles' eves
sparkle wilh the first spooiiful - see how they come for 'more'. i
Much cheaper than cream ami -ugar- better for the
: children, loo.
Spread llic Hrcail with ''Crown Hrami"���serve it
(*��� mi Pancakes nml Hot Biscuits, on ."lane Mange anil
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,i,    .,     ,,������   -..louiiiie,    i'*,e   mi,',,   as        A|���|   R     |��� k     , ,, ������������
Z   ,UVei���f'r^Clkat��eMn^.Zd^^d^a VnC,,i0afn^n,o,^i?"   ,'       ^  *����   ��' '" " "	
.     ,     ,        i     ,  , ,��� i    , , ���       ��� '""  .null ess   nl   Hie  mail   WO  bad   nil - nniwlorml   ,,i tin   mailer   fur ������   liilli
be bad a: IiihI to confess what Ills plan ... ;,,,.,,   1,1,,,   ..,..,!,, piuiueii u  inc.   ine  maitei   loi  a  nun
was, Mlttetl  hill)  again. while.     Bvciitually,    he   answered:
"If I could have a word with Iiini,
ny   lord,   alone."   said   lie.   "I   should   <
take ii for grunted I knev he was mar-
red already."
"Married already!" I
I.ord Basiling echoed tin  words In |
(To be Continued!
"Well,
ed  4hk   bead   and
a
I'cn
m limes  rains."   Til-Hi
S'ellie,  aged   four,  was  gassing  in-1    Annntto, which is used in the color-
Hiiiiy ai lhe visitor's new bonnet, iuj; of dairy produce, is derived front
��� "Well, dear." asked tlie huly ni Inst,   the   trail   of  n   small   tree  grown  Hi
"what do you Ihlnk of It?" South America.   II    closely slmulatsi
"Oh," replied the small observer. "I I the  appearance  of    nalurally-colore'
think  It's  all   right.  Aunt  Alary lold'dairy produce.
mamma it was a perfeel ftiubt, but it ]  ��� -	
doesn't frighten me any." i    |i takes, nn average or at least oni
  ��� ;aml a  halt men to keep one ll^hti-*
"I  believe  In giving the devil  his man supplied with munitions, stores
due." ,eb,ibis, accoutrements, ships to ear
"Yes. bul you generally overdo It." ry him, and no on.
N. U.  1099
ed Rose Tea��s��<><><��� tea- THE   REVIEW.   C0UKTNEY,   If. C
,���], Chest Colds and iloarsness
Germany's Greal Mistake
Germany  never  believed    thai
It bears the      "
Seal of Purity
All over thc world the
name Sunlight stands
(or purity in Soap. Our
$5,000 guarantee of
Purity is somclliii*_.
more than an advertisement. It marks tho
high standard we have
set for ourselves to give
you lhe best laundry
soap it ii possible to
produce at any price.
Sunlight
5_* Soap
Enforce the Block.de
Admiral   Lord   Ueresford
wrote: AiimJ-I-. P.-kk-J   _..._��  Dominion, would rail) to the side nf
"If the goverrnmenl   had  used our UlilCKIy KUDO.tl  Away Great   Britain as  they I,  done, or
sen.  power as  ibe...   were  legall-   an ' ..   ��� that they would be faithful lu the hour
lilled io tlo,    ai  dm  commencement j .���.,.,, ^.       ��� of adversity.   There were oven Bome
uf dm war. i,y instituting an effect-1 JNervituie Gives bpeetl- Kclicl ,������ ���,���. ow��� nuoma{!l al ll0ma ������,���
i\o blockade,   ami making all  goods and Ctires Over Night shared the name profound inlscalciila
entering    Germany    absolute  contra  . ' [\ona,    n,,. doubters were much more
band,   die    war would now bo over.      aol a cold? Iin evidence tn the old country lhaii in
Ihis is acknowledged by tli.' foreign |S your voice rasp- la your chest tho Dominions am] attributed It to the
office, I'.very difficult*  ami ever-  .lis- ;,.���m.,:sh,,| ,���. ������,:���,���    ' lack of knowledge bv people here of
aslor we bnve met  tula been brought      ,,- s0| j.,,,, .,,.,, ,ilL, u,, v ,)91.80n tliat I tlielr  own   empire.     Possibh   li   i.as
about by ourselves through    want >*r | .vorvlllne will cure in u ilffy due   in   even  greater  tncasui .a
foresight. Public ngUattou and the Nerviiine Is strong and penetrating failure to realize llio'Incredible power
press lime been the means ol forcing (n sin|is {.\s\lt |mo (���,,. .|ssuus ,;l|,,,s of santimenl when really great etner-
the governnieni io lake up the Hollow- -.��� Thllamiiiutlon antl soreness de- geucles arise. Blood is thicker llian
Ing questions:    .Munitions, Internment Ltrovs coldR In n Iruli wonderrul iva\  I water, ami, after all. there luul been
ol   alien   enemies,   the   Trading   .uih : ,.,,,,* Ne,.,,������*, ver tim chest    rub on I no doubt  in the mind of the Doniln*
die Kiieiuj Act, placing cotton mi the lotg ���,��� iL llm| ���..���,.;, ,,,.,. L|g|)Ulei.s ions as lo whai Germany's Intentions
contraband list, die M.tuiitioiis Act, '-(tisappear. Xervillue won't blister ii were durlug all those vears when half
and U'estoppuKe of Gerinaii reservists }sln|.s in l00 ,���.,���,   j,,,..,,-, a|lllplj aUl),  ������,��� British politicians were trying to
Ike it thick, oily lint-  persuade  lliemselv
proceeding m Gorinauy, Public
un  Hie sin
i   tienance  m
dun will probablj compel the govern*  mon(   u,r,|,!i    ,( ,,���. ,,���,,.���' ���   ' aM th0 .,,-, ���.,.. tlla, ,  ���,���.,���,  :hl
,,,,.1,1      I,.     l,,-.,l,.i     ���,      ,'u    !.,>���      ���,,   I       , ,' ... ...-I'J        ..... , . 	
mem tu mak
'tiller ami  more ef
rub   ii    .veil outside with   British empire no harm.   London Tele
SPRING IMPURITIES
LITTLE
THINGS COUNT
liven in a match you should
consider the "Little Things,"
the wood���the composition���
the   striketbility���the   flame.
EDDY'S
MATCHES
are made of strong dry pine
stems, with a seorer perfected
composition that guarantees
"Every Match A Light." 65
years of knowing liow���that's
thc reason!
All Hddy products  arc  dependable products-Always.
TH. NEW FRENCH REMEDY   N.t H-1 NA
THERAPION-3X&K.
Treat sim est cm1?', chronic weakness lost virion
k VIM KIDHKV ��� LAOU-tR DtSEASKS BLOOD rOISOK,
t.IZS EiTllh" No UKUQCISrSorMAILSI POST 4.CTS
rt.iiPB*n;o fr) ���EBIC.IA'.ST NEW rOftrlCI. LYMAN BRO!
loiOMt) iv ft its ran FflEf nana ro Dr. lk Cl Kfta
Mto Cd ..i-tVKRSTOCKKD ({AMPSrEAD. LONDON. K.HO.
rRVNCWPWACBBtTASTBI.KSStg.OK-10y rASv IO TAKI
IPH AND
lirieiii  use of un,��� sea  power, nnd  so k'ervlline,   ,. ����� Nerviiine'as a gar- graph.
'''"' '���"' "''"'��� ijle  dlliiletl   with   warm   .valor.    Jus >
Ioiio ur two u'pntmeuls  llku ibis and      Aunt    Wi'.IU.     don't   you   want   to
our voice ami  throai   will  be nub'' help mh freeze the leo cream?
normal again. Willie   Saw!  I'll wall an' help yuu
IM Tlif  DI/"wiri     ���lli''i think of It    fur forty veins ihe iba.v ll after It's froze
In 1 li!!. dLOuiI '���"���a681 ����?'i '������""">��� ������*���"����� i" mis	
,'uuiii i".    Sen lllne    must    he    good,
_       i iiiu.u quli kly relievo mid euro a hum
A   Ionic   Medicine   is ;i  Ncecs-  dred Ills dial licfall ever} family,   Try
sityal This Season ���' , ,1'"1'   ������'!'1;' ,i?il'Hcl1.-'   roiwha.
' colda, soro chest, lioarseiuiHs and imis-
Dr   Williams'    I'ini.   pills  for I'alo  cnlnr pains In every pari of die hotly.
People are i il year round    loulc,  hargo  family    size  Imiile  5(lc;   trial
blood-builder and nerve-restorer.    Uulliilzc -oc ul all dealers.
they are e.s|ieclall>    valuable    in    the
Biirlng when Ilia system is loaded with     Officii' ifitrlou ly)    Whal (ho dooca
inipiiritii's    ns a result  of the Indoor  is lhe nuttier?   Where are your shots
life of the winter months.   There is no  going?
oilier season  when the blood    is    so      Irish     Iterrull   (nervously)    Sue.'  ti
much in need of purifying and enrich jilunno, sir.    Thoy  lefl  'ere all right!
lug,    nml  overj   duse of these  Pills
helps to make new, rich  red  blood.  Ill I     Minard's     Liniment     Cures   Burns,
Iho spring one feels weuk and Hred-     Etc.
Ur. Williams' Pink Pills give slrengtli. '  ���
In thc spring thc appetite Is often poor     Ptipe   Why, hang It. girl, that  fel*
Ur. Williams' Pink Pills develop the low onlj earns nine dollars a �����,���>���]<!
appetite, tone lhe Btomuch and aid Pleading Daughter Yes, nm daddy.
weak digestion, It is iu the spring I dear, a weel; passes so quickly when
dial poisons in the blood- titid an oul-1 you're fond of one another,
let    in disfiguring pimples, eruptions, i ������ -
and    bolls   Dr,   Williams'  p|_���   pilia ;    No matter liow deep-rooted lhe corn j
speedily  clear lhe skin  because they or wart may be, it must yield m l-lollo-
go   to the root of the trouble in the  way's Corn euro, if used as direciod.
blood.    Iii the spring anaemia, rhou-   ���
matlstn,  indigestion,  neuralgia,  erysl- Not Missed
pelas and  many    other  troubles  are      "| used to live In  Xew Vork," said
most  persistent lieeau.se of pour, weak   the loan impressively.
blood, and ii is at this time when all     "That"so," drawled  the little man,
nature    takes  o >w  iii.-  that   the! quietly.    "I  was there the other day
blood mosi  seriously needs attention. I and the town seemed to be getting on
Some    people dose themselves  with  all right uithom you."
purgatives al  this season,  but  these
only   further  weaken   themselves,   A
purgative merely gallops tlirougli the
system, enjptylug tin*  bowels,  lull   III
does noi cure anything.   On lho oilier I
hand Dr. Williams' Pink Pills actually |
mak" new blood, which readies every        ft/A
nerve and organ In the body, bringing      iK/J
new strength,   new health and    rigor     rSffA.
lo weak, easily tired men, women ami i
children.   Try Ur, Williams' Pick Pills !
Ihis spring -they will not  disappoint ]
yuu. ,
Yuu can get these health-renewing
Pills tlirougli any medicine dealer or
by mail posl paid al ~-<o reins a box
or si*v boxes for ':'..">���< from The Dr.
Williams' .Medicine Co., Brockvllle, J
Ont.
No Truck With Traitors
We can have no dealings ��Itli ii il
gnrla or with her Tsar traitor, aveit
Bhould lie, hs is highly luipro ia il i
seriously wish to have dealings ,vl b
us. The restoration of Serbia to he
rightful territory and ber union vll i
her southern Slav kindred musl, Indeed, lie essential o ije ��� - of ; al
lies. These objects preclude any
truck witli f'erdinami of Cobourg, or
with bis people, unless they dissoc .i ���
themselves from him Even Willlau
of Ilulienzollei'n. wiih all his crimes,
is a more reputable sovereign. -L.:.-
iluii Times,
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   DandHj*-
Plaintiff's Lawyer   l  real  I lie    a- ���
Defendant's   Ditto    Vou    ought   ; ���
It's  pretty  weak.    Boston  Transcript
Could     Hardly     Live   fo-    '*,���.��� " i
writes one man.  who   tfter
siifl'orlng.   has  found  compl
lb rough   Dr.   ,1.   li.   Kellogg's    .atl     ,
Itemed'.    \nv   I tiws
i less   has   In en    iiis    suffi ring
matchless  remedy gives mire help
all afflicted  wit li asthma   Inhale
sin,ike or vapor b  bi Ings tin
loiia  neileil.    Every dealer   iaa   '
e:m   mn   ii   for   '." -   fro u  his
Buvril   in..ei  mbfi   tieida   now ish      ..,]..-,-
you It has > Body-bulldillg power
proved equal to from 10 to 2fl timet
the amount nf Bovril taken.
A  stitch   in  the   tide   Is  mc
iresslng llian a  it itch In  ten *
THERAPIOi.
ll*   tHAl   fNai?a  UARIvBD WOHO    IHH'.U'lti'*    IS OH
111:1   OCV1  II mt AffiMl   rO tLl CKMJINB rACKCTS.
Ccok'8 Cotton P.mI Cos-poitcd.
-t �����/>. reliable retrulating
medie-ine. BolA in lurea d��-
trreen ot strength. No. 1,
|lj ,No. :'. j:t: No. 3. fi
pi*r box. Sold by all
druggists, or smit pro-
paid in ptatn pacHage en
receipt of price. 1're*
pamphlet. AiMrras:
THE COO'l RirOICINE COJ
It*wi *t. am. i"��a-ii wmwJ
Common Supply Point ���
"Did she gei her husband at the bar-
jidii counter or the second hand
-tore?"
"He looks It."
"Well, which one?"
"Neither;        the bar of injustice."
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neural-
!'*>���	
.Vomen Offering to Work on Farm,
Women arc now offering iu take tin
place of men on Manitoba farms. The
provincial department of agriculture
uis received r number of letters from
women residents of Winnipeg, In
...hii'li the women declare their will*
bigness to help iii seeding operations
if the farmers are ii"anle Lo obtain
Qieit of such work.
THAT CfJLD YOU
may bring sickness, doctors bills and
loss of woilc; you know lhat serious
���sickness usually starts with a coKI, and
a cold only exists where weakness
exists.   Remember that,
Overcome di. weakness ami nature
cures the cold���that is the law of
reason. Carefully avoid drugged pills.
syrups or stimulants; they are oni)
props and braces and whips,
It is the pure medicinal nourishment
in Scott's Emulsion that quickly clinches thc blood, strengthens lhe iiings
ind helps heal the air passages,
And mark tllis well���Scott's F.niul-
jion generates body heat as protection
igainst winter sickness, (let Scott's
it your drug store (o-day, It always
ilrengthens and builds up.
M-51     Scott ft. Bowse
:'i:,',i Ontario.
W. N. U. 1099
"Money doesn't  bring happiness."
".Maybe not.    Bui  it   will help you
greatly  to yu a tier It."
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
I i,\  !,,',l applications. n< they i-annot reiieli tlie I
ilisciLii'd porliotiof lliccnr.   Tlicrc isoiilj ntiewii.. \
toeure deafne.u, nml   Ilml   is bj cniisiitiitjoiml
rcmcilles.    IHii'ucss Is ciuiseil  hj   nu   iiifiiiini'il I
I'onditiull "l  ill,* mn, mi. 1 it,in*_ nl' tlie KtisUL-lliun
Tlllie    When llu. lube i* lllfliuueil   ...u have ;i
il Is entirely closed. I.e.u'i'.''** Is Ibe re.suil, nml
unless llu- htnntli'itioti enn be la-en oul nnd tills
will lie destroyed forever: nine enses out of leu
nrerained by Cnliirrli, wliicli i- notliinit biitiui |
iiiiliuiii'i] eondttioii of the mucous surfnee*
We ivill niv,- one   llnudred   l)oll.1i>   lor ntu
case of Denfnes-s (ciiuscd by cnuirrlii Hull eiiuuol '
li^ cured   by   Hull's  Catarrh   Cure.     Send   foi |
ciKiiiius, free. '
l   .1. CUliXUY tt CO . Tim.i i,". n.    I
Sold bj DrilKgiata, 7"c.
Take Hall's I'nniih I'ills for coiistliwdou.
"lleiiiember, the eyes of tii" natlou
are mi you." exclaimed the constituent.
"I   know   it."  replied   Senator  Sorghum.   "And die nation's gelling more
acutely   discerning   every   day.     The j
time is gone when a man eau assume
an  Impressive pose and  nei  by as au I
optical illusion."
As a vermicide there is no preparation thnl onuals Mother Graves' Worm '
Bxlermliiaior.   it has saved the lives:
of countless children.
'I'b'  in'',  dmp  iii  Immigration    to;
Camilla     since  the   war  started   is j
.shown iii the Hgures for Inimlgralli n
for  11)15  given  to the  commons  byj
don. Dr. Roche, in answur to a ques-i
tlon by  Mr. I*". M, Macdonald, Plcton.
Thd total tor the year was nnly IS,*
40(1, ns compared with 384,878 for 1013-
14 and 402,43a for 1912-13. The volume
of   Immigration   now   Is   only   about
ono-elgbth of whal is was two years;
ngo.   Alniosl all of the new arrivals
of lasl   year  wen,  from    the   L'nlted i
Slates.
Miller's Woi in Powders nol only
make the Infant He system untenable j
for worms, bul hj their action on die
stomach, liver ami bowels lhe> correct
such troubles as lack of appetite, biliousness and other Internal disorders
ihai the worms create. Children
thrive upon them und -jo matter what
condition their worm-Infested stout- j
ache may be In, they ��ill sl:o�� Improvement a.s soon as the treatment
begins.
"So  ion  don't   believe  Iii  advertls* ���
Ing, ell?" scornfully remarked die tip-
Lo-itnte business man
'No, l  dun':." Insisi ������!  his  -1 1-eyed i
LET US HELP YOU FIND THE RIGHT OIL
THE right oil in the right  place usually casts less  because
none of it is wasted.    Also it saves money by making your
machine work more smoothly aiui last longer.
The imperial Oil Company makes a special oil exactly suited
to every part of every farm machine.
STANDARD GAS ENGINE OIL
R.coniniended by leading' builders for all type.- of internal combustion
eiiijiues, whether tractor or stationary, gasoline or kerosene. It kcepl
its body al liieh temperature, is practically free from carbon, and is
absolutely uniform in quality.
PRAIRIE HARVESTER OIL
An excellent all round lubricant for exposed brarinos of harvesters and
otli t farm machinery.    Stays on the be*ar:n<*s; will not gum or corrode.
CAPITOL CYLINDER OIL
The most effective and economical lubricant for -team enoitie cylinders*
proven superior in practical competition with other cylinder oils.
ELDORADO CASTOR OIL
A liiiili jradc, thick-bodied oil for lubricating the lno.c bearings of farm
machii    awmills and factory shafting,
THRESHER HARD OIL
Kce,)-. thr n.il bearing cool. Docs not depend on heat or friction "���
cause it lo lubricate,
STEEL BARRELS   All our oils can be obtained in  28-gallon
an I   +5-j*"allon  steel  barrels.    Tlic*.r   battels   ..i\c   thrt   io,t
by eliminating leakage.    You use eery drop you pa.  for,
Clean ami convenient.
** '��� ' .I"" ���.   ���  I.-	
I neighbor    'I get my wife that ���",_/.' THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review \l[��$gu���s
And Comox Valley Advocate
A  Weeky  Newspaper,   Pubislted  at
Courtenav, II. C,
N. H. Boni'.N, Editor and Proprietor
Subscription 81.BO per Year in Advance
liotlld not have
the same degree, and
! yet B. C. has to import fruit, vege-
i tables and dairy products,
THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1916
It is agreed generally that
Courtenny, in oidcr tube an advancing town, needs the presence
of additional industries with attendant payrolls. Our merchants know
what assets the logging camps, the
road work, tiie creamery and con-
densory arc to tlle coninillllitv, und
how timely arc the monthly
cheques tendered bv employees and
patrons in settlement ol accounts.
Just as the closing down or stispetl
slon of operations on the part of
any one of these would be felt by
the merchants, so also would be the
starting up ol new industries witli
weekly, fortnightly or monthly
paylists. We think that not least
among the varied duties of the
municipal officers should be the at
trading to the municipality ot such
new industries, und thut no one
would begrudge the expenditure of
funds or the granting of
concessions in order to
presence of   additional
Cumberland
l
John Joseph of Hcvan was sentenced to three mouths imprisonment on Saturday for violating the
Coal Mines Regulation Act.
At the Red Cross lea held -it the
home of Mrs. l'iket on Tuesday
April iSth, Miss E. Louden held
the winning ticket for the box of
candy.
A Red Cross ten under the auspices of the Woman's Patriotic Society of Cumberland will be held at
tlie home of Mrs K. W. Ilicklc on
Tuesday May 23rd, followed by a
dance in the Ilo I lo dance hall in
the evening.���Islander.
Anglican   Service
St. John's Courtenay celebration
of the Holy Communion at 8 30 a
ui.   The Lord bishop of Columbia
will    preach   at   Saint    Andrew's
at 11 a, 111. and unveil thememoiial
wi'.idow to the late Mrs, 0. Duncan
taxation I The evening service at St.   John's
ensure the | 7,30 p. 111. will take lhe form   of a
industries. | memorial service to the late Mr. II.
We bear of vegetable canneries be- j Sackville.    Preacher, lhe Vicar,
ing started up in other parts of the     The Rev. Ii.   P.   Uycock   will
Province,   and   although   perhaps!tale Sunday School at 3 p.  in.   iu
only a dozen men arc employed,'
still with the payroll and the disbursements to patrons, a vegetable
cannery in this district would con-
siderably help matters. We say
this at the risk of being   criticized,
St. John's church.
Red Cross Work
The ladies oil the
packing
at
just as, probably, those responsible mittce are asked to meet at Sand-
for the organization of the creamery wick hall May 9th at 3 p. 111. to
were criticized. A live journal 'send off the finislieci goods to Vlc-
shotild be not level with  but in ad-1 toria
vance of public opinion, and '.'The [ Mrs.' Laycock has received the fol-
Keview" aims at being well ahead, lowing letter from Chas. Williams
Having called aetention to the'the Hon. Sec. Treas. of the Red
matter, we leave it to the people to' Cros::.    "Kindly accept our   many
thanks for such a valuable   contri-
discuss, adding this, that unless
Courtenay gets out aftei business,
titer* will soon be lots of empty
houses and derelict lots,
Our farmer friends are not very
consistent. Only a few short weeks
ago they were writing letters to thc
City Council and buttonholing
everybody, and coniplainig bitterly
that a few animals that were running at large were annoying their
horses and destroying their goods
when their vehicles were tied up on
our city streets. Nearly every
farmer whose name appears on the
petition to let their cattle roam at
large on our streets has notices forbidding citizens of Courtenay walking over their land nailed up ou
their fences and other very conspicuous places. If they won't allow
citizens of Courtenay to hunt wild
ducks and other game birds over
their waste lauds when all danger
of damaging cr.ps is past, how can
thev consistently ask us to let their
cattle pasture free on our streets
and lands when our crops are growing in our gardens? Consistency,
thou art a jewel!
California butter is being extensively advertised in Victoria. What
is the matter with 15. C. and its
vuttnted "vast dairying possibilities" in the words of the development pamphlets? Cent-rally speaking while consumers are fewer in
number, something like 100,000
having left the province, the ranks
but ion, and we would be glad if you
would convey to your workers how
thoroughly we appreciate their
energy."
Mrs. Laycock ha** collected $30
from friends and the "Daughters
of the Empire" in Atlin for the
102nd batt. hospital.
Royston
Mr. Joseph Idiens has been appointed station superintendent at
Royston Junction for the E. & N
and Canadian Colliery. Although
married with a wife and three
children he had iu mind to enlist
till this position fell in his way; his
bit however at the front is being
done by his wife's 4 brothers, 5 enlisted, but one since killed.
The fact ot Royston being a joint
station for the li. & N. and the
Colliery Co there are more passengers and freight dealt with there
than Courtenay.
Natural Pongee Silks
at 50c, a useful 21 inch pongee guaranteed free from dressing
nl 65c, tliis is a silk that   wc can recommend, being a popular silk for lhe making of  dresses anil   waists, a very clean
weave . itli a nice bright lustre
at 90c and $1,   36   inches  wide, being a
close even weave   of a light   soil   finish
good coating weight
Pretty Wash Fabrics
white piques, Bedford cords and garbar-
dines, including printed voiles, organdies, crepons, suitable for dresses, waists
ami children wear;   prices from  20c yd.
Cotton Crepes
in plain ninl riffle   effects.   They   conic
in plain   ami   floral   pittcrns   .Ml inches
wide, very   serviceable,   will   wash and
I wear well; 20c yd.
Corduroy Velvets
in white, emerald, brown nnd  cardinal,
suitable for spurt  coats, suits  anil skirts
price 75c per yd
Lady's Neckwear
We are showing a most up to date stock
ol lady's novelty neckwear. A good assortment of new Robepierre collars iu
dainty shades, Including llll the latest
ideas in roll collars, sets, four ill hand
tics and Dutch collars. Specially marked prices ut from 35c each
Girls Middy Blouses
made with good quality drill  and ehani-
lirays, price J"I; also   skirls to   match ill
latest styles
Childrens   Colored Wash   Dresses
A big range of these made, ol line quality gingham, percale or^prints, all the
leading shades in light, medium and
dark colorings, ranging in size from 2 to
16 years, price Irom 6Uc up
Womens House Dresses
These goods come in good quality ginghams in various checks ; chain brays in
plain colors with fancy trimmings ; in
percales in all shades and stripe effects,
all sizes, price $1,25 to *3.50
Ladies' Fine Summer Underwear
livery garment knit to fit, comfortable
to wear and servicable. 'i'hey come in
varied styles with lonj,', short and no
sleeves with plain and fancy lace yoke ;
also silk Lisle combinations, perfect fitting, with low neck, short or no sleeves.
Ladies' Shoes
Another shipment of women's high grade
shoes to arrive in ten days, Tbese come
in high cut models, button and blucher
cut, gtinnietal. cal', in black, grey, and
fawn vestings, with Cuban and military
heels. These are very neat and dressy
and will give excellent wear. Prices
I $3.50, $5, *"4,50 and $5.
Card of [Thanks
Mrs. Sackville ami family wish to
thank all friends in Courtenav District
for help ami sympathy in their great
loss.
THEED   PEARSE
Notary
CUMBERLAND
ROYAL STANDARD Products
are the Acme of Perfection
For many years the chief fundamental in producing ROYAL
STANDARD products has been PERFECTION. The aim has always
been to produce products always superior to any othet 011 the market.
This policy has always been carried out nnd always will. Whenever
you see the name ROYAL STANDARD be assured that it mear.s the
BEST IT IS POSSIBLE TO PRODUCE.
Order a Sack of ROYAL
STANDARD FLOUR Today
ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR has
best bread flour sold iu Western Canada,
wheat   grown
money-back"
long been recognized as the
It is milled from the finest
und   sold   under   u   strict
guarantee.
SHST
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royal mmm
Royal Standard  Grain  Products  Agency
Phone 33 F. Movili,   Mgr. End ol Bridge
Royal Standard Mills Chick Food
is another ol the bullous KoVAi, Staniiakii
products Thousands nl pouHryuieii have
found thnl no nlher Chick  I'ooil is equal to
Kovai, Standard. You'll come to this
conclusion, too, il you try it.
In
the   Supreme  Court
British Columbia
of
"-p.*
In the Matter of John Hardy, Deceased,
and in the Matter of the Administration Act.
AKK NOTICE that by order of bis
Honour, Judge Barker, made die
22nd day of March, A. D. 1916. I was
appointed Administrator to all and sing-
gul.r the Estate of John Hardy, Deceased, and all parties having claims against
the said Estate are hereby required to
furnish same, properly verified, to me
on or before the 15th day of May, 1916.
And all parties indebted to said Estate
are required to pay the amount of their
indebtedness to me forthwith.
WESLEY WILLARD,
Official Administrator
Dated   at   Courtenay   this   1st   Day  ot
April, A. D. 1916.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
IN THE MATTER of an application
for a fresh Certificate of Title to Sections
Twenty-six (26) aud Thirty-five (35),
Comox District, llritish Columbia,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of my
intention at the expiration of one
calander mouth from the first publication hereof to issue a fresh Certificate ol
Title in lieu of the Certificate of Title
issued to Reginald Terry Carwithen on
the 6th day of November 1871, and
Numbered 372A, wliicli has been lost.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Victoria, B. C, this 2nd day of March
1916,
S. Y. WOTTEN,
Registrar General of Titles
Barrister and  Solicitor,
Public.
Phone 53
Courtenay
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
EASTER HOLIDAYS
Good going April 19, 21 and 24, return
limit Apl, 25; fare and one-fifth for round trip
Through Passenger Trains leave Courtenay 11:35 on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday for Victoria and Way Stations
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
L. D. CHETHAM
Dill. PMitager Agent,
Victoria
D. B. NICKERS0N
Af��t Courleni-r, Phone R60
Roll Up, Canadians!
Up to the end uf March Canada
had enrclied 295,680 men for the
Canadian Expeditionary Force, of
which British Columbia contributed 26,415 men. This figure does
not include British reservists, or
those who went to the old country
to enlist. Well done, Canadian?,
whether native sons or otherwise.
Thrre is stili one thing to be done,
however and that is for a few more
to roll up and bring the remaining
battalions up to strength.
Miss Alice Beat6u has taken a
position at Powell River.
Born���On Tuesday. May 2, to
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Allan, a daughter.
Bom���On April 27, at St.
Josephs hospital, to Mr. aud Mrs.
W. Deuholin, a son.
Born���At Sandwick, on Wednesday' May 3, to Mr. and Mrs. W.
Sutherland, a daughter,
The Courtenay picture show has
made arragments with a new firm
to run a new series of pictures,
The programme for tonight includes
the story of a glove, Ham and Bud
Ham, the Detective, Broadway
Star, a three reel feature. A lot of
Charlie Chaplin films are expected
to be shown shortly.
The funeral of the late Harold
Sackville took place from Sutton &
Kirkwood's undertaking parlors on
Saturday afternoon, interment being at St. Andrew's, Anglican,
cemetery, Sandwick, Yen. Archdeacon Collison officiating:. The
pallbearers were John, Henry, Cecil
and George Mitchell, G. Kndall
and B. Ward.
ESTATE OF WM. LEWIS,
DECEASED
I ���   0
PURSUANT to Section 27 ot the Trustees Act, notice is hereby given
that Letters Probate to the last Will and
Testament of Win. Lewis, late of Courtenay, B. C, who ilieil on the 4tb January
1916, at Courteuay aforesaid, were is-
sueit out of the Supreme Court of British Columbia ou the llnd day of March
1916, to Thomas Morgan of the City of
Nanaimo, the sole Executor appointed
under said Will.
All persons having claims against tlie
Estate of thc said William Lewis, deceased, are hereby required to forward
OUBLIC NOI ICE is hereby given that particulars of their claims duly v.'rified
r all property owners nr the City and of t|le nature o( the sccurities , j,
must remove all tin caus, rubbish and nnv) lle|(I ln. tllelll) to ,he saj<i xilomag
debris from their property and the Morgan, 0_"or before tile 29th day of
streets adjoining their property within A],ri| ]9]6| after wllidl (|.,t��� sai(1 ]�����-,,.
ten days from date, same to b�� deposited tor ���.in distribute the assets of the Es-
where directed by the City. If the tiite amongst the parties entitled thereto,
terms of this notice are not complied Imv*I)(r regard ,,, tIle .*������_,��� of _,,,���,.���., he
with such rubbish   will be   removed  by  sln��� the|1 ,mve received notice, and will
CITY OF COURTENAY
the City and all   costs thereof   charged
against the various properties.
W. A. W. HAMES,
C.M.C,
Courtenay, April 26, 1916.
Courtenay  - B. C.
For Sale
STORE���situated at corner Union St.
and Cumberland Road, 40 x 120.
Splendid business location. 2 storey
frame building 38 x 60 ft., with workshops and sheds, all in good condition,
RESIDENCE. Particularly fine house
Best in town, on Anderton Ave.
Lots 5 and 6, Block I), 7 looms, basement, bath, toilet, water installed in
house; gasoline pumping engine, nice
lawn and garden, chicken und outhouses.
Any reasonable oiler for either or both
of these properties will rerelvi favorable
consideration.    Apply:
JAMES ROY.
222 Pacific Building, Vancouver, B. C.
not be liable  for the assets or  anv part
thereof so  distributed, to any person of
whose claim be hail not then notice.
Dated this 24th day of March, 1916.
C. H. BEEVOR-POTTS.
Solicitor for Thomas Morgan, Executor.
GRIEVE and DARGIE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
Swan's Old Stand, Courtenay
FOR EXCHANGE
3 Lots North Arm Burrard Inlet
400 feet from Beach, 12 private summer
residences already built nearby, I need an
automobile, model or condition no object
Address REVIEW, COURTENAY
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**^***^-*v***>**^***** THE COURTENAY REVIEW
C9
Prohibition
John Bright, an eminent British statesman, who was
an advocate for Temperance Reform said that, while he believed in reform, he did not believe in any radical and harsh
measures, " Business,'' said he, "established by law should
be defended and protected by law." John Bright, who was a
Quaker, asserted the principle of compensation.
There are less prisoners, paupers, insanity, and more
children burn in the wet than in thc dry states, The figures
for 1911) iu these dry states are: ���
Prisoners, per 100,000 population
Paupers
Insane
Number children to 100 fanialies
Kansas
Dry
85.4
43,5
172.2
���127 3
Nebraska
Wot
55 2
46.2
167 0
449.0
Arkansas
Wet
84.5
32.9
69.4
472.2
The children born in the wet states, accordidg to learned scientists, arc slightly greater in weight and in general
health better than those of teetotal parents. Just note the
difference between Liebig's Cocoa Beef Tonic bought at the
drug store containing 23 2 per cent, of alcohol against 2 to 4
per cent, in beer.    Which is best for mother and the baby?
'look into the matter     and see that
no nuisance was created.
The clerk was instructed to write
Dr, Montgomery in find nut whither he intended to accept the position of medical health officer,
Aid Kerton repotted Unit a culvert on Lake Trail was breaking in
He was empowered lo have it repaired if it was dangerous.
Aid. McKenzie said that the report of last meeting of council was
very short in The Review. All reference to the repairing of Jtidson
street having been omitted when
tenders had been received and the
j work aftei wards being ordered In-
day labor. [We were not present
last week when this matter tvm
discussed, and it is also very tlilli
cult to hear what the aldermen say
at times, and it is better to say too
little than too much ���Ed ]
Horace McPhee, for the citizens'
committee   reported  that   $676.7*1
had   been  subscribed  to the band
fund, $71.50   of   which   they   had
been unable to collect, and jfiiooof
the balance was iu   note*!,   tnak'n*
$600,25, which the committee was
I ready to turn over to  the officers
j when thev produced the documents
1 promised and made the agreement
jto give the instruments  lo the citv
after the war.  He had b en unable
to get the officers by phone or messenger, and had written them.
The  council   passed   a   vote of
'hanks to the committee for  their
work.
Council adjourned.
A Defenceless City
Editor Review,
Dear Sir:��� I have na no cattle at
I large, and il 1 want i<> he rid of un
neighbors stock I find I must fence
tliein out. I have been obliged to
fence out hens wilh indifferent
success, Referring to last week's
note.*', I fear it would take several
little gardens to pay the cash value
I of one killed cow, Iu Proverbs 25
and 2,s Solomon compares the troubles of auger-ridden men and cities
without walls, and Courtenay is in
that predicament,
Yet is she without walls, she
need not be without gates. When
Mr, Pidcock owned her he wanted
to put a gate oil the bridge, but the I
government objected. The govern-
ment is now superseded, and by
putting a gate on each of the city
bridges the council can repel the
bulk of the invaders.
"For if   ihey once   may   win   the
bridge,
What hope to save the town?"
I).
Trinidad and the Empire
111 I I I I I I H 111 I I l ��� I I I I, T 1-rT���
Office, s
Service
Uniforms
tit,
VOU  mc uld
la,niton's   1  ..
most   Military,
Tailors you can
expect In in us.
We can make
you a complete
kit within tlin e'
. s and in o
remarkably low-
price,
Measurement
form-, oil appii-
cation.
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NAVAL.MiLITARY'SCiVIlTAIIO'IS
1 747 YATESST., VICTORIA,-,
""""��� i-i 111111 in 111
Production and Thrift
Kansas the ideal prohibition state has more insane persons than seventeen of the "wet" states.
Dry Memphis had 64 murders for every 100,000 of it's
population ill 1912, while wet Milwaukee had only 4 murders.
Don't, Mr. Prohibitionist, be a dog in the manger. If
you don't want a drink of beer or wine yourself don't try to
stop me and others, who do not abuse the privilege.
Courtenay, B.C., May 1, 1916.
Council Meeting
The regular May meeting of the
City Council was held on Monday
evening; Aid. Carroll being the
only absentee.
Aid. Hurford reported that he
had prepared a draft electric light
agreement which was rather Ieng
thy and would have to be read at a
special meeting. After considerable discussion it was decided to
hold a special meeting later.
The question of a Roll of Honor
again came up and Aid Hurford,
Rev. Laycock and Rev, Menzies
were appointed to act as a committee on same.
On motion of Aid. Kerton and
Aston the traffic bylaw was finally
adopted.
Communications
A letter was received from H, D.
Porde offering to insure   volunteer
firemen at $3 per $1000.    The  letter was filed for future reference.
From the Conrtenay Electric
Light Co. offering the citv a time
switch at $32. It was decided to
rent the switch for the time being
at $1 per month.
Aid, Aston being strongly in la-
vor of putting iu a switch so lhat
the constable could turn off by
hand.
A letter from W. L. A cKinnon
& Co, re debentures was filed for
future reference'
ACCOUCTS
The following accounts wers laid
on the table:
Telephone Co., $ 7.00
Office expenses   17 50
Police charges re horse case   41,1,5
Electric Light Co     55*22
The account re the horse case on
motion of Aid. McKenzie was left
over for further consideration. He
also objected to a charge of $2 for
repairing the electric light wires,
claiming that the company should
keep their lines in repair.
Aid. Hurlord stated that one of
the street lights was out and that
he had spoken to the manager
about it, and he found that a broken wire was the cause of the light
failing to shine.    If the council ie*
CRITIC
The Agricultural   War Hook   for 1916,
entitled " Production and  Thrift," and
having for its particular text :
IN WAR TIMS.
Produce more and save more,
Make 3'our labor efficient,
Save materials from waste,
Spend your money wisely,
consists ot 250  valuable  and instructive
pages.    Opening with a brief address to
the farmers of  Canada by Hon.   Martin
Iiurrell, Federal Minister of Agriculture,
j under whose direction the book has been
issued, followed   by   extracts   from the
Budget speech   of   Sir  Thomas  White,
Finance Minister of the  Dominion, ami
an article bearing upon the  national income   and   expenditure   of the   United
Kingdom, there ensue contributions from
over seventy expert authorities on different branches of   agriculture,   including
the compiler and editor of the work, the
federal commissioner of Agriculture and
the   Commissioner   of   Live  Stock and
Dairy Products of the Dominion, the Director of   Experimental   Farms,   chiefs
  aud sub-chiefs of departments of agriculture of all the  provinces and a number
r,.���j i_ _      .,        .-,.    ,                ,,   | of professors at the differeni agricultural
A,f d'��->ay *.***    bl11    lle    W0Uld-   colleges.    A vast deal  of general infor-
Ald. McKenzie   explained that herniation, statistical and otherwise, cover-
objected on principal to paying any  '"g various countries as well as Canada,
repair bills for the  Electtic   Lielit is,K'v'e" a!��"B wit?8.larse fuml of souml
rv   .,..iit ii,���., t.���j advice and counsel   bearing in particular
Co. until they had  a proper agree   _-���,. *,,. subject9 embraced in the title,
ment with the City.                                 Although primarily  devoted   to agricul-
Ou motion of Aid. Anderton and turf' ?l!ere is.mu,ch,"laUer tllat thegen-
u.,rf^rA ii,_    ,���..,.     f i   11       *u i     eral citizen will find of interest.   Among,
Hurford the    rent  of hall   will be other Mug. ,le_,m ^surprised to leari
tl e city  that wheat in 1801 was S3.47 a bushel in
The Island of Trinidad in the
llritish West Indies supplies a striking instance of colonial patriotism.
The legislature voted /40,ooo
north of cocoa, (B.C. sent salmon'
the Chamber of Commerce gave a
war plane to the Imperial Govern-
vieiit, and Red Crtss, patriotic,
French, Belgian and Seibian relief
funds are being supported in term*
of ten of thousands of dollars. The
Trinidad military contingent mini ���
bered 500 men, and the merchants
of the colony raised, equipped and
paid passage to England for 500
more, while at the request of the
War Office, 50 men are being sent
to England every mouth'.
Courten;
ay
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COURTE
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Comfort  With
Mode
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Best Win.��
Mid I.ii|in>i'->
T.
BOOTH
1 op.
Cumberland Hotel.
I Good Accoin,
ulatiou        (,
Wm. Merryfield
Proprietor
Excellen
CHAS. SIMMS
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water anil Steamfitting
Jack.on & Whittle        The CourtenayTewelry Store
Phone 0 Courtenay'
Expert Watchmaker   Qualified 0]     is
s sellii.g Spectac'es an Bye
glasses  from   $2 50 per pair.
Includinj*; sight testing.  Each
e3re teste ' separately to insure
correct vision
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,   Prop
, _ ....     ,.u,   ui   nai
paid up to May   8, when    .,
expect to be in their new hall
A petition signed by a l.irge
number people living outside the
city and but three persons living in
the city, asked that cattle be allowed to run at large on the city
streets.
Aid. Hurford remarked that his
cattle had not beeu in the city more
111 an      /*...-_ -.-     *      - "
Charles Wheeler
begs to amiouiicce
that be has opeeeil I'a
The Elk Hotel Barber Shop fe
Cleanliness a Specialty
Courtenay  Tailor
Ladies and Gents Suits
j Made-To-Order
__ Suits $27 up       Pants $7 up
Cleaning in,i
Pressed
Jl..'5'.p
- -- ..__ ^,..1/ a uusnei in
Britain, whil ��� last year it was only $1.61
the latter, however, being nearly twice
as much as the lowest point reached,
which was iu 1894, when the price was
down to 68c. For the first fifteen years
of this century the average price of
wheat per bushel in Britain was98 cents
whereas in tlle first fifteen years of the
nineteenth century the average was
something like $2,66.
While crop production occupies a large
>ace. live stoc. cnmpc  .'��>   '.*-   -   1--
Pressing
Suits
Coats
Pants
irts
���sts
Dresses
Overcoats
away in Victoria is nf ���*,_���-. ��� '"" ���*"���*"��� 7'"" am"K wlm natry products ar
in to see the rfJL 0f���*hem.came special crops, such as sugar, sugar beets,
u see tne sights. He said it ho"��y. "'��Ple products, flax, fruit Ve_e'
wotild have beeu a hardship had i t��bles."nd tol-acco. In short no branch
they been impounded. He thoutrht t ? agr,c1u,ture ,s overlooked. The nutri-
that the bylaw Was all r.lht_? il I 'Veia"d com��ler**'*** values of different
uric   h���t ii ���**���*"   as li ,ooda are set *��r*'    n   comnanv  with i
was, but there was no need of    en- 'deal of excellent   adviceio"i the'pra tic-
forcing ������/tnng.utlv.   If any dam-' a.'!iresu!ts ��". .-���"���������'���. Marketing is dealt
t with.-and sections of the  book   are de-
1 ..���....1   ---..-�����
-.     ,- : If,an>'**-*-������-, w.u.,
age was done by cattle the owners' voted, ammg other subjects to Economy
would have to settle, and if any, in the Home, Patriotic Purchasing, Wo-
animal proved a nuisance it could inle" ��nd,th* Waf: Jhe���,Ca.11 *" ,tlie,Co1"
be taken care of 'ors' 1>atrl0tlc Relle* Work, and i-duca-
The Water Question
Solved
FOR RENT
Four Good   Houses,
water    and   eleclric
light in eacli
Apply, MRS. WM.  LEWIS
Suits
Coats
Pauls
Skirts
Vests
Dressti
��� W        Overcoats
Repairing, Etc
Cents clothes kept in ���r,Ier bv the
month *_."o
.50
.15
.."tl
..*.���
.JO
.J.5
1.7*1
1.23
Haney   I.  Kushida
The same building as
Store, Union St.
Robertson's Drug
, Courtenav
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Gravel
Rates Reasonable
A petition fiom several residents'"��" an<1 tlle war'
was presented praying that Alice
street be opened and graded. It
was pointed out that only of the
petitioners was vitally interested in
the proposition. The board of
works was instructed lo loofc at the
street and report
anything had been done about col-!
lecting dog taxes   aud road   taxe-
trom siugle men and Orientals   He
thought two or three hundred dol
lars could   be   gathered in
Lumber Memos
Lumber stock on hand in British
Columbia is 200,000,000 feet less
now than at this time last year and
there  is any   amount of   business
Aid. Aston   wanted to   kanwifT",, i""'y   amount ot   business
���en do���e about��1   I ��7'' firmS ��Peratiu*iu the '"-"ber
trade.
There is a big shortage of
shingles, one coast dealer stating
that there are   orders   booked   in
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed aud Sold at the Lowest I
'ossible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriag* Builder COURT!* NAY
I .1 I ���--������--*.    "I-- Wlll.l") |_
city clerk ifThisVaTlooked after I yT_"Ve.r a'��ne f��r ��Ver 5��'000'*
He said employers were obliged to' 12! *** '" ^ ��f St��CkS ��"
give the names of all  their   work?'
men and they could pay the amount
and deduct it tram their pay
Aid. McKenzie for the tanitary
committee reported that one of the
Chinese wash house premises was
in a filthy condition; also that a
resident of the orchard intended
using a deep well as a septic  tank
I   ll"**   1 tii_t\._. ,t....    	
The insnectnr ..",_   r���V     "hk. sawmill   and    Urquliart
inspector was   instructed to' mill are in full operation
Opening up logging operations,
large and small, has become general
According to the ''Canada Lumberman" the I'oviton sawmill has
received sufficient orders from a
Winnipeg firm to keep it running
for two years, while the Courtenay
sawmill   and    Urquhart's   shingle
FURS
Get "More Money" for your Foxes
Muskrit, White Weasel, Beaver, Lynx, Wolves,
Marten and other Fur bearers coll��ctc_ in voanectioi
SHIP YOI'II FI'US DIRECT to "SHUBBRT" the l-rinl
house In Ihc World dc-llni ndnlvrly In IHOKTH AMERICAN HAH II KS
a relinblc���responsible��� safe Kurllmise witli nn unblemished reputation existing for "more than at.'iirj ,,f n century," a Ioiik sn.'-
cemfui record of sending Fur Shipper* proni pt. SATIS PACI'f IK V
AND PROFITABLE returns. Wrae for "ehf ��ljuliiri ��tnppir."
tho only reliable, accurate market report ami pncsllst published.
Wrll�� lor It-NOH'-it'* FREE
AR SHtJRFRT Fnr 25-17 west austin a ve.
. o. onuDcn 1, inc. Dep, c M Chicago, u.s.a. THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY.   ��. C.
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
C��n quickly be overcome by
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely ��!j!libl��
-  act surely and      __S_?OTi#��._._.������C
liver. Cure        -d-_^*_-R-f|TTLI
llVER
(puis.
Dangers of  Cat   Kissing
ii   musl  he ti terrifying revolution.
lo ihosa  ladles  who Uis*-  their cms,
I'liut  tins been    made    b>    Professor
I'loccl,    ihe linliiiii chemist.    Ho lias
I found h>  espei Inieni iliul when u cat
licks iis lips it spread- over them n i
i s.iliin iii which   then   ure swarms of
i minute  bacilli  not  frci   from daugi r :
1 tu hiimaii beings.   When lie liioculal  '
I imI rabbits and guinea pigs ��it li this I
II ii,minus substance    ihey    ilictl within!
Iweiily-l'nur hours;   and he bus coitii-I
to llic conclusion thai it Is dangerous
hm  ladles    i" Indulge In lhe hnlill of I
Ids iini!   their ctils.
DilioujnoM,
I'li-ml.
ache,
aeiT.ud ladigc-lion.   They do th.ir duly.    \[e   FedS   l-llvt'  a
Smoll PHI, Sm.ll Don, Srnull Prlco. ..      .
Genuine rnu.1 bea. Signature     | Yoillll*' l'dlOW
X^
't^^/Zi^rzif    WH
e*m wk^timtwmnrwm mw -
MANITOBA      MAN    PRAISES
DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS
After Experimenting With Other
Mndicines Max Hanjook Found In
Dodd's Kidney Pills the Cure That
He  Sought.
Pleusanl   Home,   Man    tSpecial).    !
Mr. Mux llniijiinL, ;i well known resi
dent of ilils place, who, nfler an ex
leude i  period of ill health  Is feeling
strong and hearty again, is spreading
broadcusl tho good news that lie found
ii new  lease of youl h in Dutld s Rid
ne.,   Pills
"1 tried all kinds of other pllla, tint
j i',ii'> didn't help mc very much," Mr
anjook  says.    "Hut   Dodd's   Kliliie>
Pills have made me fi el like ti dirfi r-
ciii  1,1,111.    I [eel lil"- ii young  fellow
aguln.   1 want everybody lo know thnl
io,id's    Kidney   Pills have done    for
u,' evcrylhtlig that  has lieeii claimed I
Are your hands chapped,
cracked, or sore?   Have yon
"cold cracks'* wliicli open ii.'iU
bleed when thc skin is drawn
light? Have you u cold son*,
frost bite, or chilblains, which
at limes makes it agony for you
to go aboul your duties ? .11 so,
Zam-Buk will jjivr you relief,
and will heal thc frost-damaged
skin.
Miss U. Slrojsa, of Hast Hansford, N.S., writes: " My bands
wen. so badly chapped I ivas in
able in put them [n water. All
remedies failed to heal until I
tried Zam-Buk, Pcrsflveraiiin)
with Mils halm completely healed
thi* sores."
_afi.-Buk_aalicuti, hurai, brnlaoa,
I'urot ei'it-iua, pilai, chipped bands,
cpU lorea, froit Mir-*, met nil nu in
itl-etnei aud InlurU'i.    Etefuie   Ri.il,-
atiIul**��. At .11 ,r i, ._,.i-i tinl iloiri,
He hoi.
Plowing scd shelling
\ I ���   ��� ���   mm France says:    "There
1 i-i  a   most   ' :!i''   tight  going  on  en
our right    The roaring is continuous
, nnd terrible    ,\'e    I.e., our hfttlallon
aro tun lu ,   nt present, bul may have
. io i itn in i- nu indnient. Wo havo
done :i fair mm nl of 'sinning' sine ���
tve   ii   *    ������ ��� ���      iv nnd lho Clei'tuitlis
I ,i.i ,. - .i'i ��� i .1- ihoy deserve lo,
' 'I'll'     'struct on  Is  loo awful  for
ivnt'ii        ml    Hinges nml  lev us
ur.' i ' i'' \\ Inn Inn li,','oiiie ,1
ii ,��� ,i. ��� , : ii'iublliiiils, liod knows!
\ few ���.' '; u the pluce, altliotigh
hells fit rodiitl all the lime The)
live In ii ��� ��� ��� lurs, I suppose. Some
few it ti |) ow m wllli shells flying " ' ' ��� " th Ids; ihej tultc their
c i nice "
typew iii
is one
whlc i
T ban
Reason Enough
Slulgli    I   see   in*   write
I [or tlii'iu." Ion letters to tils lady?
Dodd's Kidney I'ills make men and      Spy    Sure, she's Inkcn up studying
I women feel young again because ihey character  by  handwriting,
spread good health all over lhe body. I
Dodd's   Kiduey   Pills  act   direct I)   on |    Uec.rultng  Official   One gran'f ci
I lhe kidney;,   The)  made the kidneys i living'.'    Is   be  ou   your   father's   oi
ong and health* und thus put lliem | niollicr'fi aide?
in condition  io slrain all  impurities, j    itecrull -Oh, 'e varies, sir; 'e slicks
! all  the  seeds of disease, out   ol  tli"   up for belli on 'em   a sort "' i tral    -"I  ;
��� blood.   Tlie cleansed blood circulating ��� note \
all     through     the     body   gives   new]     Minard's   Liniment   for   sale   every-
I strength   und    energy     everywhere,   where. Cits
''Ihai's  why   Dodd's  Kidney   Pills  are none
popular all over Canada. "Willie,  you   haven't   said   whether i ones,
    ymi thanked Mr, L'urr I'or tnlting you   It's ���';
" "   High   Finance | oul tor a ride." j     Sho
AC-NTS I    ������Another new liiil.   You should real-     'Yes, mother, 1 thanked lilro. hut 1   I ml It
Wanted In every town and village, h\ save your money with Ihe price of  ditln I lei  you. becuusc bu sunt.  Don I   gone
to take orders for the best Made-to- 'everything going up." mention jt." earn
Measure   Clothing In Canada.   Hood      ��� jjm  v.|r, ���>   -n,,.   longer I  have it,
commissions.    Magilticenl Samples. -   ,|,0 |nS9 ; '..,��� DU ��� Wilh it."
M ,:    ������ ; ' l.;e,  I'.li.,  May :;u. '02               ,      .
I    b.i, ��� it  lied    MIX VltliS   I,INI      -rtien Hie
UKNT  I ,��� ��� ��� -     ������ iitisl year,   II is al     ������,',,���..IV���
ways   ���.. ��� tlr-u   I .tnlinoiil   asked   for
here, nu I . ,��� "si humbly tlm beat soli
 '  i llfl'orenl  kinds of l.lnl
��� ,,,.,���   | in I ..
Nl'ill,  KKUHI SON
tho Oil .'.):��� tha Farmer. A boltlo
of Dr T i en i ,' Kcleclrlc Oil in the
farm ��� * ��� ' ������ ivc hum) it Journey,
for i i' tin il ll Is mil only good foi
lhe ��� h'-i vhen taken with colds
ninl cro ���������, nul 'or lho tiitil.itI'ti wiih
suffer ;��� ��� pains nml uclies, but
lb 'rn :,r - 111 ""ii us foi' iis use on sick
cat lie      i   ci ���   should   always   ha   a
llnn't i-.-mi.l .iu nil,ml luiiis ill VOlll lu 'i
n ily li' lllijIU to linnd. I'ln I'illl
lies, nnd tlmy da II hi -''i - i*y
by coluu rigid I j Hi* l i'i of tilt
pie,
-iiii,
Illll
I I Id  V.
r, din Hi, ii villi- wti"n    'ii ' ��� ''1
I'   i. W edgu, nl  siiiu'nici *i 1*
ill. me the  leal id .ill Kid-
in unit ii ni ilii'lin* will, li Is it
nr in- ,i ii i-li ���: i I.   i'ii">-
i i ii  weight  i'i gold to .my
I'tl.t.S lo-duy n: villi dealer'*.
��� ll hole*    ,: J".;,".   Tii;,I lical*
ul,'
Weln r, tin
:l    plum
11.I'I
11
ul nrniiiiui
Nntional Drug & Chemical Co.
ceil unplayable, '.of   Canada,   Limited,   Toront*
ni'd had n note In tlm centre	
ild nm  he reached hy elilt
" U'h, see mo do it!" atiswei' Sir E. Grey's Advice
iinposcr, und  he struck  lho      sir   Edward   Grey,   iu   Iho   llrilisli
-    i��si'. iiniiHi. of commons, lias been deprecat-
I Ing  ilm  publication  In  English  jour-
��� r   iini   why   have   rabbit*   nals of arlicles antl carloous culculat-
s,i  iu  price?    They're   wild  ed to be offensive to rulers or peopla
i'i  t! ')".'    So you can'i  say  l|!' neutral nations.   Sir Ktlw'nrtl's posl-
i' keeping'thorn! Hon is n sound one. bin his taking it
.per   N'o,     mum,    bul   tho ' may have Hltlo effect.   How is a small
3lr.ee  ine   besl   shots  haveI minded person to show lhal ha is -
the  wur.  it   lakes  so  many I patriotic   If  be   cunnol   Insult   a   foe
em
Eiier'.'    Moi,
till "'III
STEP.'-ING TAILORING CO.,
jt, Coll'-g- Itreet - Toronto
WHEN BABY IS ILL
,1"-**".���-. lS "��.mn', oteMttry WUon hahv is ill no other medicine
'e-JisIla than Smallpox, Ann/ .,,            . ,-,         ,.         ,.               .,, ,
nUlU MpetleacehMdtmoWateo will bo quickly    relieve   lilm   as will
the iimoit nitaculoui etti- Buby's Own Tablets.    Tiny go right
lacy, >n'ln mlenneii.ofAnittyphol.VaolaaUoo. , ,u n,��� tmi ���,��� mo8| fliUdhoo'd itllmeutg
Bi v.     ���, ���- I NOW by yi.itr pli;".i,'mu, ymi and    ' '     , , .   .,
rn.il, i,  ���. ','i-���������evoin._.i,<���,,-.-tr.S'Jr*n'*.   ,   -tliofie "graugauiems ol the stomach
AjV ���   phytldan, dnittlil, or lead tot "HaTa     nnd bowels which cnnse rllfftuult leeth*
rou ha* IVi d?" teniBtjf Typfcold Vaccine,     ;, |, .   (jonslipalloil, vomiting nnrl
mul_ romme,aoddanaeifroalTyphoidCaiiletl,    ,   . '���        .   ' '
Kir mi,:* LABOHATOIV, BHRttcv. tAL     ��mple fevers.    I'he) cleanse the bow-
no.ueiH��vi��i��i����u��ua������Mau.��.ao��.u��aii    '' " and sweeten the stomach and drive
ml nil cause of illness.    Concernhi'i
Ihem   Mrs.   Win.   livers,    Oilks,  N.ll
p    u     ho\  of
���  .-,^-_'w*?*^      '.,,,���,"      I,. :'������' ' '��� '  ,;'    '     '1     lhe  bouse  Us
*��9w_jP_> '" ( ��ld Winds and I)n.*L
*_nfin,i*'r* r- I   .    ���   ��-     I-I      il'l'Mll    Ml'*1.    Will.    Iivei'8
rfllRINcLs    Gronulated Eyelids,       ..",    ������%,-,, .ivv,.    i,
l*2_u^ ':it_:.  _yes inllamedby expoauro   ','*,  '.    ���       '.,. , ,*,    .
V?5,C"*i?*B.        ,,i ii"   I        ii..      n iv s (>'.'��� n     u dins in
i'C.l &4_"T     -MIT      ��� ..    I   .,i,l     IV iiiile    (ami     II'
*_>T'",,-;*ilt/_"c'luiv'.lv relieved by Murine . ������'���- i''1'" u'""'\ ,i"'"1 ������" ' %?" "\''":"'
YOUR tit J Eye itemedy.  No Smart-i''l'i'.' lor    mil ies.      Ine    tablets
Ing, just Eye Comfort.  At Your Druggists'tare    sold    b)  medicine dealers or by
60cperBottle,MurlneEye_alvein.ubes25c.   mail at "-"' cents a box from Tin   fir.
For Book of the Eyo Free write I Williams'    Medicine   Co.,    Urockville,
Murine Eye Remedy Company, Chicago   |I|U
Soinethinrj  in That
.1 oliti .lusl one more kiss, dttriing,
b' im'' wo say gooti*hyi.
Mithel Oh, John, you've hud enough
���wall till tomorrow night.
John Delays are duiigerous; io-
innrrow nighi t tuny I"- dead, or -
you may have lien eating onions.
Ilurglar The only thing I'm kicking
about Is bein' Identified by a man thai
kep' Iiis bead under the bedclothes the
whole lime,   That's wrong.
if All Played Out, !
��� Try This Prescription
"it" Ib some  painter, bellevi   u
-To what acUool ���.toes ne belongr' w ,,..��� ,h;l|  m,.r|���)W, ,;���, weariness I
.,!';' '"!' "Ill"il";!"'      .. iU,,i a never-rested feeling comes over
""��� "-"' ""d "���"'���"���������  you,  i;  shows  some serious disorder
��� is undermining vour health.   Tile euro
MORE THAN EVER     "��� �������?>������ 1'"'ii'" ��p ;!" ��?���"!". tt��"
nourish  the  hotly hack  to bemu  by
Increased   Capacity   For   Work pi,re wholesome blood.
,    The one sure means of doing till
Man)  lornier lea and coffee drink*    , vv|l|l    ,���.   u.,mi���������'.  |>ii|B.    The)
in
>d
i tlsstie-bulldlni! ninl' I'iul.   Thua u weal
. Itig Posium.    \ noiniin write ,,������,,   ., ..,p.,Mei| Vvi!i, nnw ,,,.,�����,. ,-,	
M'"'>  ""' r lea and coffee ilriiik*|,s  wlth    h|.   1,,,,,-,,,,,,,'s  i-ills.    They
ers who have menial work to perform. ���._ , llllirvi.|loU!( .,;,, ,��� appetlie   con*
"   ��""''  '��>"  '�������  "-,"1"1 a   '","1'  vert all    vou rat  Into nutriment  nnd
capacity und greater endurance by i.s*|,,._������.hl,ii,n������ m���,oriu|    Thus n weak
i i.n..| \    i>  ���"'������i|ini-ii   -.*��� ii ii   in--*    it- i ��� ���    nm'.
I nnd drank coflee for nboul twenty 1tu).(|v ������..,,,, HI���| M,*,,, n,.si,.   Lasting
years, and llnall) had what lhe doctor  ,,���,,', ,,.,���,, ,a ���,,-,, ,��� ,������������._   lf ,,���,'
���ailed 'coffee  heart.'    I   n.is  nervous
reall. want t" '���'���' well und stay well,'
' ,    ", , " l':tlll   l\UI|l   1" gl'l    veil illl'l   siii.i    i\i*n.
ami ..vm'i'iih'Ii  despondenl:  hud little   ,l:���, ,,,   ||������,|liop's Pills, .6c per bos
 ur physical sirengih b*tt: hnd L,. ���u ,,,..,���,   .
L'i.lti. I'        lr..i,l,l. ,,,i,l       ,,,,ns, Innl I,   I,  "
kltliii )     i foubli     und    constlpal li it
t'l'fu  is Jusi  us  Injurious because it
Tlie iiiiin who waits for opportunity
"nil'..'Ill' in    of    the
contain   cuffelm   ihe same drug found   1(1 kn0CK nmU lh    ���.,,,,���,_,  ��� |
ill cofl'i ��� 1
"Tin   lirst noliccahle bnnent which |    AP|II    for    B,.s,���    workers.
followed   in-  change   from   coffee   lo  ���,.,���   w|m  worUs  kM
Postum  was  the  Improved action oi'���    liri,  iinijin  i
thc   kidneys  and    bowels,    lu    two | ,Hu,,s.1vb BV��tem than lho  man  ivli
weeks  my  heart  action  was  gr ly I works with his hands, because tlie oncl
Improved nml my nerves steadier.       ,.,-.u ������������ Mtl ,���.n(llls r.,u.r.v while
"Ihen   l   became   less  despoiitlent,  ,ilt) 0,i,er applies  only  his  muscular
aid  lhe  desire    to  be active again  stm,glh.   -"rain fan begets Irregularl I
sliowotl prool ol renewed physical and   t|eg ���, ,:,.. a ach and liver, und lhe
I,.'." reined) lhal can be use i Is Par
melee's   V, gelable   Pills,     They   nre
specially compounded for such cases
in can cortl'
"I   formerly  did   mental   work  and
l!''i! l!> uiw' "li "" nccounl of coffee.  M,     , , ilp
in mi"' using Postum I nm doing i and a'l those who use th
bar,' menial labor with less futlgue." I f.. ������ their superior powi
Nam   '"������' n li;  Canadian Pustum l'o., i
Windsor, Out
t'l.'siu'ii i nnu * in two forma
I        \ young reporter who took bis flrsl
,|;"'"'' I"'* '"' lwn r,"''nfl /    check lo the hank nnd was nsked b\
ostum Cereal���thcorlginalforin      ,:, , cashlei ndorso it on tin* back
wrote: "I heartily endorse ibis chock.
n,usi he well boiled, lac und i:..   pack
ages,
Instant   Postum   a  soluble   powder]    j,i the train of Alexander the Great
���dissolves  quick!)   In  a  cup of  hot   during   iiis    Asiatic  conquests   were
water,  and,   w-hli   cream  and   sugar,  BOmn ohservanl    persons    who made
inakei  :' tlellcinua beverage instantly.  ,,,��� ., n[ wl,g, ,,, y saw, when nol ton,
8I"; :ih"     I"* bus    killing off lh? Inhabitants, nnd,
lintb    loi'ins ur,* equally   tl.'liiiiiii;.;,,  ,..,..   .vrltt.n ilociinieiits    is  lohf
an . cosl  tiliotit  Ln- same per nip
'here's u Keason" for Postuit
old hy t"to- en
W. N. U.  I09��
��� !U rj of "ii n I'd growing in Indi
whli luces honey  tvltlioul bees."
T * tugar 'inn- evidently wns well
kit ti :n that part of the world iu
1!" B.C.
Hardening of the Arteries
An Interesting Explanation of How This Dreaded
Condition is Brought About.
You ta.ke out the garden lioao in the spt'inj.', turn on the waler, nnd il llio rubber litis
got bard and brittle the tubing bursts aud water spurts oul in till directions.
The arteries nf tho human body may be likened lo small rubber pipes, which i^o
everywhere tht'Ongh the body mid carry blood to tho bauds mid I'oet, as well ns lo tha
nerves, muscles and vital organs.   They carry nil the blood in the human system, and
it' this blood is burdened with the poisons left over when
thc liv 'i' ami kidneys are not properly performing their
filtering work, these poisons C��rni a deposit on the inside
walls of the arteries,
Thc deposil  thus formed gradually thickens und
bar lens the walls of the arteries.   The liny blood'vessols
of the liver are affected, and thei  comes that fatal
disease -cirrhosis of the liver. The cells nf the kidneys
become starved for want of blood, and
Bright's disease gets its start,
In health the arteries have the elasticity
of rubber, and expand, contract or elongate, ns rerjnirerl by the demands of the
blood pressure. ITardeiiod, thc arleries
nve like so niiieli brittle rubber tubing.
The Wood pressure comes on, the tubing
bursts, nnd the resulting blood dol on tho
brain causes apoplexy,
It will lie plainly seen that tho
cause of trouble is in thc inefflcient
condition of the liver nml Iddno" s,
When tli  littering organs urn
kept healthy uml active, and thc
bowels regular in the removal of
waste matter, (here is i banco
for siieli ill', adfitl conditions us
hardening of thc arteries bring
about.
As in nil forms of serious ilis-
eiisi', prevention is Ihc nnly wise course lo follow. Vnii can positively depend on Dr. Chase's
Kidney-Liver I'ills to awaken llic nclioti of liver
and kidneys, and also ensure thc regularity of
movement of the bowels, ll is only by the activity of these organs tbnt thc blond enn he kept
pure tiinl free from uric acid nnd oilier sub-
stauces which form deposits in the arteries and
ut other points in the human system, causing
pain, suffering und serious disease.
When you think of lit" scores of common
ill*, such ns colds, indigestion, biliousness, head-
itches, baeknebos, etc., which arise from n torpid
condition of these organs, you will better under
stand tlm reason why Dr, Chase's Kidney-Liver
I'ills are the favorite family medicine in many
thousands of homes. By keeping the liver, kidneys and bowels unlive they cure the common
ills of life, nnd prevent serious disease. Op" pill
a dose _."> cents n box. nil dealers, or Hitman-
sou. Hales & Co.. Ltd,, Toronto.
Or. Chase's Keclne Hook, 1,000 selected revl'ivs, *-<iit free, if you mention tlil* paper. AMERICAN PAPERS NOT AFRAID TO
TELL OF CANADA'S PROSPERITY
_____ Tim    REVIEW.   COURTNEY,    B. C.
P
Canadian Capital   CANADIANS PUT PRUSSIANS TO
lobeKeplanned
Comprehensive Plans  For the  Bcauti
fication of Ottawa and Hull
ROUT IN DARING TRENCH RAID
>-,,_        .    .. iiiimion ot utt.iiv.i and Hull  -��-��-,_,    ������inn
SOME    ASTOUNDING    FIGURES    ARE    PRESENTED'   ��,o��'i'��i.o��.ive pit,,, J,"  ��� ~
'   l"n-.��can_fe W,N   '<';''l TAIK.N   AS GOOD FIGHTERS
 nplaiililn
tin I'uiiuiliiiii capital hmi> been pre
uteri in   parliament   ' The   flnauc
Chicago Herald Gives Some Particulars ��.bout the u, m , l  ii  ,���,������,
Development of This Country Within Recenl ���� ^ ^ItW^tttttht* r''' ^ L'P "' <;��� T-���*��. Gutting the Mart,
lells Mow Canada is Coming Into Her Own Sl^fnTn��� or���oi_'h!m���a*Mi"p*!D,nl ��� ''" Entan^!,eni?nts. ����������� in a Hand to Hand Engagement
o  itinnsbip or sir iioriiert'i'iolt "t'n'dri'w 1 Carried Ever) thing Before Them
In (onii,.,'ii,,,, with t iitn. of       p... WJ,,   u* ��� ���.  , I1-1" Ulan for the hi flca'.lon ot ot- o
tho Chicago Herald's Industrial exhibl ^a,e "llll n .II Water        '""'' :""' |,J||1I> lhl  locailon und archl '
l,nl1' I"   Ashland building, corner lectural character of the public build I
North I'lai'l, uiui Kamlall streets, a re   Pollution Comet from Many Sources       ,' ,,i"'li B��'slems' tralTle und irans- '
'   "' Portatlon arrangements. ,.,,���. Pertinent Answers to the Arguments i .P"l0.un"er8'.  'I'lieir ahtlli,  ;��� tbisTe*
More Fallacies Exposed
cent edition of this paper bud tne foi
lowing io say about the prosperity in
Canada:
"When Camilla cl tl her books for
IMS she found ber farmers prosper
ous beyond expectations, her Industrial plants running; overtime, her nul
ural resources pouring om wealth
from hitherto undeveloped sources,
i>ml ber railroads showing lite grout
."d ni'i earnings in their hlslorj
and Precautions Should lit
Taken
JlelUng  Btiow.  carrying   wl'th   it  |���
|    The Canadians have won n reputa-
."""   !L*  g'mil  llgl 's  In   liaiul-ioiiiiini
I he commissioners, ufter two '.ens
"i  very careful nnu expert  InvesliKii'
Hon,    have  made  olaburale    roeoiu-li "', "">y 1|ll?le,**ltt|enienl��� favorable \renen raid and returui I wiih .3 :,���,
tlcral dlstrlci und  i"' ,"���'  ,,,.,'"il"1' >,n'1  '" have  "ig accounted for aboul doubh 'theli
sped   was lately deninnsirated when
Used  by the  Liquor  Interests      [an expedition of in start >d out un .1
v Hunt   sltiiemeiil" favorable  trencli raid and returui 1 with .j, liai-
.. i.,,!. '   "������'".- ' "* *-   Willi   it   in          '""'   "I" uinorate     ,��� ���,,. 1 ���    .������'������   ���-���������������  ���"���".-- ... ^ ������i.i",.'     w.i m niirueu Willi ���;., Uai
Bojutloii  1,nul, ���i ��� ������   ,,,.,.,   R)1|1 de I niendatlons fern federal dlslrlci und      f    "���   "]r""">- Mid  to have '"8 aceoiuited for aboul doubh   their
Wing nuiller accinmilated (luring llifj  "  tlcral capital  rivalling  In  lieuutv                  e,   -' *ra,ncn- Physiologists at number and ��� destroyed  two  muchiae
"Via or, consllttites  ���  serious  tlangcr��� cunvi*nleiico and hiipresslveiiess wti��'ii'   '',  com'-'mio"   '"   Cambridge;   among H"1-" and a eonsldcrabh   portion    of
-0 ihe water supply from wells   Many I'""1 '""'i ����������� -11   U'ashliigton or lit/,,'.OH0 1"'""''1" ���"�����- ""' celebrated Dr. irencli.
weills are so constrilcied m to allow "' oi^r capital cities or the world. Ki,,',1,1!,,1'08*151;'   TllB'   ' "  " ���' "* ni"''"  liad    been  ���  certain   ������.,-
sulaee wale.; in find iu  ,..,,  Rroun��lI l-"*  Plans 1 g  ivlilc volopmen    Li'"   "''    "ils '?."?, ym" ���"���"  ""  "���'���  '���*����������� I"  the Ger   1, ,_   ��� ���
r-; ""I earnings iu ineir nisiory,       j"' tops, while  hers, pnrilculnrlv ?ll01ll(l '"'' ' are given,    n,,.,,.,  ' "sl"1' u"s �� distinguished innn, ad* bombing attack was planned    When
lorn   wo items alone Canada 1    f ig wel s,  it  st   m  through    the   �� no esllmaln of cost. In tils respect       i��� .'   "i y,em tt'"en ' WHS " s!mlent- darkness    fell    tho    liomb.ihr_w.r_
���i   .���!uiu,���n,,,u, , |��� Mw ���,,.,������ ,������.;������   brlek lining ���eni ,������ |0pi Wll *   ���        however,  ,1 o.nmlssloners ,|,"n, v     '"I"1" " "^ ����� l"1"1' "> 0��� single crept forward, making -1    ��� ,.',',,   , J.
the year,   und over 70 per ceiil, ,.r ||   Ih any danger of ibis pollutl  |s a  llml   "'" <-!*poildJtiirG could  run  over   ""\ "" "l"i"'1'1 I"'"'"'" Pn'-llslied In A false move, a cough or a -',,'-
-a��� aCcmiiul-led during lho lasl  six  �������"*�� of wfoiy ,0 boil il.�� w.ter be   ','  se!'le8 "r '��"'*' ""'I ,b���  ,-,.[���,.,,   ���      f, '"sl ,te","'c'"'!i L",'  �������.��  nol  tie* y  kind    ������������,���  Insua   death    Tin
'","""���"���    "'���''   ���'���'opa   t'eiur    ov,.,'  i��,'" it  is  used  for human  .-on-iimn   l,",""'v  1""i   '"   ""'  hitlustrla   ,,��� i""1"'5   "','"'1'   ,l,;"   ��h'Ohollc   llqnora Prussian,  guards    In    ���        L
8SZZ".il!r &-{.��?u"K ���� ���         ^1.1.:.'!.: ?_!�����'������ - "" i:,:;;',:',,:::::,,!:;:::1!!::- --.-������_����. -!":?-"- ���� J���*Z ..^"S
,' lining dug wt
'       .        *l���,,,^  in   nn-   1 1111   ;       _ 1111K  i\��j,*   1, ii,'.,!', ,,1  ,,,,!)
".'' etui's In one I,.,,!' increased $100,- c���'*"���*" has been saccessfullj iwtl  run
61!6���'I88,   and   her   Imporls   decreased  -'���'--���*- may he mane pracll'callv Imnnr.!eonslAtetl of .Sir llorb.ri s" 1 "ti'.'t'i "'-*V.'
';'.":''!M',ilM' lvo��s "' �����i��r, so Mum ���, conerete-lln* A'�� �� l*��>Mte, I'miik baidlng of
tiiise aslnuiidliiK llguroB iu iliem- \>'�� dug well can be polluted onli  from I ll"'""111 nnd   it.  Home  Smith  of To
selves demonstrate lo what an extent  llle bottom. | ronto, and ihe mayors of Oltawn and
Canada la coming Into her own.   Can-     '-'ha water supplv on ihe farm
ada has built   ou   iin,,   r datlons.  ways an  Imporiarii   matter, and
Iter bank deposits   during   1015 In* "inch care cannot be taken in i
"'"'*"'  "  'Hon uml  protection.    Thi   farm \v_7i  l'o��slns.   Under tlfem there 'lias'ljeen
organization   would   bei���������i���ti. ���   ��� '���    "i'"'""*-     n_i-_  auuumui
commenstirnle with tlie total cosi,      |Pe11**'" consumption.   l*ven the hand mood,    und snatches of
The   members  of ihe^coiiimfssloii I \*���,   KJ,?""0'1 u'',lnnitfl1''  doct"ors ill jcanie'occasionai'ly'fi
er
ve-song
^^^^ .    .,,;���......    ./> > .,^|l>,llll. I    no,II   ll.<    ll'.'-,1,"
cil i'or the guidance ol the Royal At last n barbed-win entangle-
Army Medical Corp teaches that, and ment was reached. They ivere stoui
ulso thai it lessens the efficiency offer llian had ben anticipated. It took
iiie men und Increases the tendency I a long lime, inn the harrier ��.,i cut
10 disease, and advises lhat li be not!There was a delay. Anothei part)
permitted on the march, I further along  His  line   was   not  yn
H,���  ,,,,ns ,���",;..,;.;.���'���'' ""i,",.'''','.'"!" I    ������    T,,le*v s''-v lhal- ""' drunkard Is  ready for the linal rush  Patiently thi
cousins       ufpr   In ,,'���..       .   '    'i'1"' urolillJllloHisls' oni) assel. Oh, 110, wailed; they even joined In whisper.
cousins.     1,111111   no mi          101  liV Ull\   nieans:   ,ve 1,nve in,.,,.   *�����"-    .      -
Hull.   Tlie   chief consultant   611   city
planning was Mr. i", 11. Bennett, an
 ,'���"" iDirenu*,' lor the linal rush. Patiently thi
 , ... ,.   ,.   .1 , i, ; ",'"p  "l",6'"":''!'    'w,1''   l:'   '-" I the prohlhltlonlsls'only assel. Oh, 110, waited; they, even loined in whispers
,,.,...,,, -.,.���' iofi"���nn'ntiiV"��      i11"11 ""'l protection.   Thi   farm well *���0"s���*-'.t  ,,,!,''���,,fttm���t,,ere ,m.8 b*el1 not by any ineaiiB; we liavo many ser- Ut length lhe signal came that tb.
1, , ������   ,,',    ' ? industrial arnwth H'oiild  bo placed  ivheri   the surface inexpert working; stalf, preparing; the  |olls ,,,ars,,s agalnsl  the Honor Irar- other  party  was  ready    to ad ar ���
, as     m^ fon  Possible sources ,,-. Il",i"1"'   P"'"8 ol Improveme I a   flc ,������ ulli,i, 1 shall meiitl miy one. The Canadians   led  rorwa.
n     e. ,,.  I,,   i-i,-     ir,    ,r ?_.. is(   coiitarahialfon Is away from the well.; comprehensive survey ol Ottawa and   T,ie  lilM,s  RCl,m,|,   c0)|Cc.lei|   in   the  l-russian sentry   started   .    to  iound
���   ni,     1 ',   , ,,,    He     levelonm ont  �� PO��lWo, it Is advisable to provide Hs environments. llilH. ���,,l(,sl glBl��� ��� ., ,,, ,��� ,;���.������ ||h(, Mm   hlll' ���,. ... .     ,   .    .
���        s,   r,       , No c__���fr?^4li  '""Pe'rviou.  floors    wilh    iva ertlght      ''',"   f'^fon   slroiigly   recom* hIg-,ar UnB ,��� ,,���. elghl  prohlhiiion' the officer.
i;i- |i(' 111 H       ( I    i.    H m I   1.   .> II   I t> 1 ll t I \   \\ I Ul. 1    ���   ,       , �� 1) 1, >|ii  _     ���   1..       ii ri     1 111,,     , 1       1   1,1    ,,  ..   .. ,,��� , 1 (1 .... , ,  ,
a brighter page ot history in r.m-l.-ul-1 ��lr��iii�� for farm buildings nre,  ��oidc    ^re siigLsted U''?'  s  ,':'-''"''  ","    rh"  Pruailani  were  no     aro
tare In IM. than Canada   lu  ex- P6"8'   Llnder lhe same conditions con-  ^SSt flrSf e 111    I   1      a federal   "l"'<'-  '?' , "" f     ' ,    '""'n    ' l''l"l'"s burBl    "'"  ���" ��     -
traordlnarv c hlnallon   of   C|reuni. orete mannre pita mlgUi ��������;! i���- pro- ��������'tfaSa   ."uriwfS?the'��d-JS  cl'hlll"?ls  "Ml   l"2    "';,   ",'JL" "d  revealed a  ti h  full of I'm-
atances, il e like of which   Anier-, '���'"<"' ""! <""'' ';; prcveni  Ihe liouid .    , , . , ^" ���,,;*'       -,. ,'���,.,, ���''���.:    ''""s" l,'"'sll"" ""' ���?��� ��� t,"il,lel ol lhe "fa" Giuwds.   The   Canad 11    - -
lean comlnenl may never see again, Is  ?��""?, "'"��' P"1"11"1'   ""   neighbor- ,'","'," ���   '*]  exJ ;';s lhcy ���"?.'        ..       .   ,   , In, throwing (heir bombs and    ��� oa��
partly   responsible  for   her    success.  ������-���,so" ����< to save ih<  manure. No  ^    ,'',",    The   propose Ir,       S'    'Hey say that domes c  tppl- ,.,-,. .,   T|l0,_ Iea(|
Bhe was called upon to supply food- prl-W-.   -;'"1""'''   pr   rubbfsb shoultl K^BiKirtSr!    rcnuenily  causes  rIiii ikenness , ���,,���,.    The 0Mnl     .,      ,.
stuffs for Great Britain, Her Hies, and  be J������nP��f   ,��'������� or basins  in   ��; V", ,":"������ x,      ,iie     s,i ,���  ,^!!""";" '" "' e'TJ,�� Z ���"flT^l '�����"'�� bj surprise and
for her soldiers al the front, and lhe  the Immediate neighborhood, and such|^_' ?��,l��� ^l" ':'"". Iiescll(-,,es'   tie v. ,        ,-	
necessllv   hi'/m-i *"������ '  Ihn��l���.*i 11.
,   .-. piual engaged liVibe'makhig'of ISmV'^X'm'lterton    Among ti^;f0,'lf,i ',�� ]lllv<'nciie,rup��urd of seven
war munllions In ail the Dominion ol  Joo farmers vis ed on    1> 1; 1   on y '< LT",1'6*1 li0"Sa,n< "r""? "!'"���" ".'-
,',-o,i.,       Tna-f      ...r.ni.Ui,,..   1,1   ll    A ��� ,    , ,  ������,       ,i , -        he  111 VPI1 or o    i he f n ri we     iiiae bine
Canatla.    today    .    ordlng to ����� A. one Is reported as following a   ea y         , ( a |0 be rJc)ler ���   ,���,,.,
y oi the uiittsn ministei rsystematic rotation.    In Nova Scotia Ti.��� , -���-������
Thomas, envoy of the uritisii minister
of munitions, 100 villages, towns and
cities tlirotighotit  ibe    Dominion ar*
engaged In the making or war su
pll""
hei'Oine   proliiliiiionisls."     |   suppose,
llko Lloyd George nml Kitchener and j Germany and the Stat*.
Sir David  Beatly  and    Sir Frederick      ��� ���.,, ���'",,,,!       '"
Troves and thousands of other * real .'������,'���   h     ���,     , '" " i;"   "
and good  men     Thev seem   o   les Unl �����    ,    ' 'S':"'"s ''""'' i,ot "e "������
there were nine.   i��� \,,v Brttna-vlck"l*!f,ou-ia.n. "0","'t,��� '" addition to a roy- i*****e*' their reel,   li  is hard account- ofTheimlrt��.n n_. :';;":'""' ����-"*'ce��
------- i. *^-^-^ ,..���.,,    ,, \VL i'"' .triiern an diploma;*;, Mr. Gerard
IP,  While  in  Quebec,  till r,-
farms visited and om  ol
    ,-. xiuuuiun 10 ii roy-;.""'".'   "" "  ''
""'r'^no *"3 "r fifteen dolla"'s P"1' S���� manti-   "S l1,1 la'i|i's
. .    ,        , ,     ".e ''  "'    factored.    The ingenious  designer oft   '"*'
,_,-,-     B "'   "'"  ���*"���';���"'"�� visited und out ot this nun*- (|](. ..,���,,.���.. _erigco�� .���.,,���,.,,,.,���"���    ,���,)
ie'' ber there were none following a rtort _.Wc,   lhe AnitnJlJui. aro eaulpped, Not Wl         ...   --
  ii'oiulion,    but    lhe majority of tnem  i,u. ,._p���;,.���,i .,,.,,.������.,,,,,���., .i,,',.,,,,       ,      ,,    ���  , u ,.,,ii.,,,,i,,..,,,!., ,i,,-.,��i   < er a  deep obligation  that   will net
The Price Per Poppy Heads left the land in hay and pasture for    a/h^" On  o.h.r iiand
h, view oi the steps being taken In from six   o eight years, after whichL,"jacks    bro   llt ils '^       ���,,,���,,. !,���., '       h   ulls WB1 ,������ Hpjwr. lie block fflculty would be aolv-
��'�� ''" '?   l0 restrict the. sale of Ihey   would break I,  up and reseed fvW     lA    ������,���,,,,,, lll()���SjiMll flol. *���,,'?CoW after the half hour of pour-1C(l;.and lhp i"01'1  ^'M of America ���
laudanum, I   may be noted tha, at- again   to   grass and clover.   In On- , x���m(.,.������s  patents  have  I ��� fng rain. action on neutral--pliilon and policy
cording to the board of agrh ire,   ario, among the 200 farmers visited, takcn ol|( for adapting and simplifying     "Do vou ever take aiiytlilng when  ��'��" ", b"  "'rn,7'"""   """"f-  ;
ho white variety ot the opium poppy there   were   only    e ghl  following aL.,.,,-- ,m���.���in���l.v ,�����,,. ���,,,  ,���,������..���' It soaked   through?'' she asked.: S10.01'' las so ""|rh t0.osc '> ���inta*
���s still grown la several parts of Kng-  rotation    whic.  cm.    called  sys-  -        { munitions'and other articles. 3  "vis  ma'am," said ihe driver, with   fln8 "o groa   r,.p,ib ������ ,���:,t  we  b,
and   notably Lincohiahlre.    he. nop ;, ale    In tie  Prairie  Provinces a  Tho  ���,,--,,_  D, ,lu,  succe8sni]  war bun llltv.   "I acnorall,* .in" >"ev_ that-	
a always n precarious one, bul there rotation  Including    grass    and hoed 11������     .....
-  u  steady   markel    r<n'  iii��  '�����"���      ������
,,.,, .-,���,r,nun diplomats, ."'Ir. lic-l-   :
II. Arnott, M..U.. Mi' .in Berlin, Air. Brand rt'hitlock in Bri^
Isels, Mr. Penfleld in Vienna, and Mr
Atorgentliau in Constantinople. These
Not What He Expected gentlemen have put this count
.\s      brisk philanthropist ihrnat  der a, ''e,,p ��blleat'oa ,thal ,wlli  noJ
He,- fare Into    lhe taxi thlur'* hail. I ".��..��?___���*��{��!.���   ,,!l :     '    '
 .)...���.iu  iuai  ��e   ' ���
illeve  that.   If  the    administration   if
| firm,  she   win  eai   ber  leek   a;
Ig always n precarious one. but there rotation  iniludh,,.''".,','���'..'"":,'"'-s 1, Tlie maloiitv'nTiiio".,,'.'.'.'���'  *,!"',,'";' ,    "v��'s. ma'am," said the
is a steady market    fur the  poppy ,.,.��� IT   Imos'unk^w,     '; "  hoed  Invemiong ' U _  annm .,S ''''T'V'   '' ~'^'"v ""���
heads,   lielgltim used to supply a pro-     It Is dlffleuh lo obta , accuran  ��.  '"sfJ   "efore   sub,,,i, L ,,,,, "' \H���   .������������, ��8I �� "laute."   com*  n���'  ���*���   ��'lll  eai   ber  leek  at   the
���en.on of in, heads tiaed 111 this conn- ures regarding the an    "   '       n-'f  government.    For   astai ���     , , ���.,   , :,"i,ml"'1 ""' Phllanthropiat;    and    :  , :''"yenil. hour   but she will not rorgel
try, but not sufficient for the loss ot smut, but     liai ii   ..'".���'.   f,��f I box for carrying i   n i    ,;,e,^ ;''"" "" l"'1' stens'   lu8erle" :" '' '"���:;","1 sl"' uiil "ever l"r-;:'-'    ;   '��� ��� ���
her crop to cause serious shortag s acknowledge 1   ye,ou. J m tarn  ll be "'" ��� '"   -'r        -        ,' , _H "!   "l" !"""   """"P*' ,:'" ,!"" ;'";i  ' "'"""'"'
'",'��� ,ri'e1tP.rl_���..|,al'Lror ?��.PPy "-a<l" visited  in Quebec an      '    K��'li over, and   i ���      r ,���    ,  ,     ! !"^''' '.  '.:','v^'""i!'' "> ��� ".'omen..1
 .....i |,iii|,iisis v.neu me Ivanished,   lo reappear In a uiomeni.
i"V";."."".'.'""',', "",2 ;'.r���irr.i"r,;'"'n.V,ii���1 u"1, '   '""..'''���.""''���''; war is over, and the inventor already 'When she had come down to the taxi* H" Wo"  I-
Krs   ,"i   ' i:,"i oo 0  o 7r ,    i"e    -;.,,!" ,    '   un':   ;.;.,'"':':'-- ">"> ������� foundations for a mosl  man sue gave I  a small envelope       y   scl aid   to   r, *
i. l.s io .,,., p,.  i,nun nu taigi sue, iro}lno-��oni}   thie-    reatcd.   theirjiucrol*..8 business.   Some ot the most "There are   some   two-grain   aspirin pupils, "To tho boy who makes thi
. ,,,,1,1     ��� '"    '   ''     '       i i' i     striking  Inventions arc a noii-lnHam-1tablets,"   said she; "you taki  iwn of beat  composition  In  Ove  minutes  on
reg iii.inie .-inr,  tne    eaimem ie in- (mahle substitute for celluloid, n sub* them now und two more In an I r." 'How lo Overcome Habit; i will give
expensive, simple and  effective     in  stiill(n f0r glass,.a process for reatlng
,lie  Prairie    Pic'vlncet    in   rh  i^'-ri.', ,..,..,..,-
n ii ** in 10s tor medium,
Live Stock Values
Tiie 1','iisus and statistics office, tit-
(,,-���..��� ���        ,''".��� '" "n '"""������   ��� ���""���    I.1.1..IIU   isiau     'ri   Hmoillll  of """���   '"   !���������� i isiiiv   aisailleil   sold-      _ ' men.    i i.uies    numln led        ' ' ���" ""l *-u_ugo   unii.     j,  U)u tali
, " ��� '"���    compa ed   ivftli  $725,530,000  clover seed sown pei -, -. ;. ���-,,,.] iers after tho war. l.itn,    Perchirou oil. Standard Bred  "ff slin H hel' leUer you still have
loi  i,_iJ __ S.i)es fpr ,."c1' ''oscrip- pounds;    In    Quebec    i,    ;,���   ihree,   llme a'1*! '��boi'saving devices are n'-  '    Belgian drafl   117.    Shlrea ���'a ,'blt   ef ������   lf V>�� take o�� still an
.Vsnnn.       .? ,rolll"ws;    n",s,'s *'���'���"������ P��*��ids;   while  i���  other  ih'OvIbccs  i, i'n l-'eat demand.   The war has shaken  Fan,e "c"vl  wil!l M ���l"'i  Haokne-   '���    ''""'' "'"  ''hoi,' of 'if remains,    ll
... vmi.     iiiich    cows.   $104.22*1,000; Is more, but even when   Hi,  .,,,.,���������_,'.; "!" Brlli8b  nianuafctiu-er oni  nf the  low,11S wlUl Bi'   Of those   not'pure* I5'011 lake off i-nolher it Is not totalis
'������'���"-,nn       , -P-o-l.-l~7.000;    sheep, amount sown Is lure,..     .   . fou��(, 'conservative     rut  In  which  he has ! 1"v'1 ',:;- ��ere classed as scrubs.          ",setl "P���all or which noes to ti.nw
"'���"��� ��� ���""> "'Vine, ?48,���03,000,       to  be    only about     ������   ol   what it  llvei1'   ,le ,|0W appreciates the adv'ari-   '''"'"' if von v"""  '" -"'  rid of habit
,,,,���,.   .,���.  ���,���.,.���:     . Bhould bo lo serine resulie.   Common I !asc ��,f ���������'�����ra**,-*c labor-saving macli*                    No size to it                    yo�� must throw it off altogether."
���ones,  ibe  new   millionaire,   Is  a red clover  when  sow]   ,.],-,,,   should  lner5' ln compellng with foreign cooda I    "Me is a bin i���,i���   t��� , ���                        l'1''"1'    "" B<"  'he prize
mlgl ty iniassitmhig chap, Isn't he?"     be seeded at    the rat"    '. ;,   -^-  ������") la discarding bis obsolete 2m   Ion ���' " h S ��W" l"":"  ������
ri'i.'snu   ,,' ","i..'''!!""'��� ..!.!?. .!l*,v.,,,,..l,n- "��1""1': Pei', aire,    and alsifce at the   ....Llabom,e8 ot..^ Pwpte the same     "Don't seediow Hint could he -              "   '"   '*' t��"t,-,l   thut    the   Brl4.li
'.foilcs, the new millionaire, Is a
mighty unassuming chap, Isn'i he?"
���'Oh,   I  don'l   know,    lie  never  im-,,���   e*-���   io"'.    a
pressed mo lhat way particularly."      |rale or niglil   pound
"Well, he I,as ine. Why, several of
us were out with him the other night
and it was unite a parly, und. you
knoll, no one would ever suspect
Jones had n cent."
The Usual Talk
"Say, old man," iiuoled llic farmer,
"1 wish you'd train my sou to bo a
��� lawyer In your office.   There's nothing In farming.''
"I'll do It,'1 assented  the  lawyer.,     now uo you kin.,
"provided you'll lake my son on your      "No.    Mrs. Green w
farm.   There's nothing In the law."    'row our silverware
In ihe iiomes or ibe people the saint
revolution Is taking place. Labor-saving devices in the bouse und methods
Too Mcderstt    ��� '"'     economy    hitherto  unknown  are
"Is your husband a '.,  v .-...v..,  ��"*"'n8 considerable headway in nub*
"Dear mo, no.   You'w no ������,    ��� ,., I \h' ,*avor'    ln ,h" *"��"ce there Is un
save enotiah  inSkSle,nt   'lem,,ml    fl,r    '��bor*aavlng
 l'��" methods.   .A fortune awaits tho indiv
long il tukes n
coupons from his
glass picklo dish."
��� ul
The   Surest   Sinn
"Tlie  Croons   ar,;   going  to   ha c  a
parly tonight."
"liow do you know,   Beer Invited?"
'ver so bor
idual who will invent a machine that
Will automatically type loiters from
dictation.- Toronto Qlobe.
John���Tho French haie gained 100
mures from ihe feneiny.
Auntie- How splendid! Thai should
iielp to put a stop to (hose dreadful
gas attaokil
.bit
li   is   reported   that    the   urih-** i
i board  "f agriculture  ure  framing a
������"���'��� great scheme, for tho employment of
"Never thought lie had llu eapai ity   female labor on the land, and an ac*
to carry nu opinion of any.dimension;'   lfv6 canvass    may  shortly  be  com
~ menced.    400,000 women will  be re*
0lltsh0WI1 uuircd to take the places of the male
"What Is the band playing?" agriculturists   wlio   hair   joined   t!i��
" Sen ���   tlle    Conquering      I lei    . olors.
Comes.''' 	
"Where Is the conquering hero?"    t    Villi-,  aged   lour,  was  gazing   i.
"Von cannot see him fin the rectp* itcnily al lhe visitor's new bonnet
Hon committee." J   "Well dear," asked the ladj at last,
 ��� ("what do you think of It?"
"lie Is some painter, bell .��� mi "j "Oh," replied the small observer, "I
"To wiiai siiiool does In i ��� '��� . i . ' [(hint It's all right. Aunt Alary told
"To the liiililuiiiiii." iii.uiiii'n it wns a perfect fright, but ll
"Oh, signs  ��� Sl fences."
dotsn't frighten me any '
\
������_& THE COURTENAY REVIEW
This Bright
��/eatl
makes old clothes look shabby
clo.sn't it ? There are TWO
ways to meet this difficulty.
either . r ler n new suit, or net
the old one cleaned am pressed
(it's oni. one dollar, i hut there
is only (>N li place at i\ hich
any white nu u snnuld gel Iiis
ivnik done, an I that is nt
R.  Willoughby's
Only White Tailor in Courtenay
Nest door to the  Opera   House
THERE'S  NOTHING  LIKE
LEATHER
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
Next to Hardy ,\; Biseoe
Poultry Notes
The temperature of the room
where the incubator is to be ope.
ttted should not vary more than
in" !���' The better temperature
for the room in which the machine
is operated should range From -15 tu
55�� P.
The proper time to incubate
stock is from March 15 to May 15.
Do nol waste either time or money
by hatching early or late, if you
wish to be successful,
Ventilation is necessary for good
hatches Benin opening thc venli
lators on the sides oi top of the
machine nboul the 9th day on Stan
third made incubators, nnd gradually open the same so lhat on the
l.sth tiny the ventilator is wide open
Moisture should be supplied in
nni*.t instances if good, strong,
heavy chicks are expected, The
steaming process works well if no
other method can be used. To
steam tlie eggs we usually take an
old piece of flannel und put in hot
water. Allow the same to saturate
all it can. Then let tlie surplus
water drain off, nnd wring out
Then place in machine on nursery
tray As soon as the steam stops
rising Irom cloth, remove from
thc machine before il cools off the
incubator.
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
\V. J. Goaril   will De   in this city   about
April   1.     Leave orders ut this Office,
or write direct to
845, 8th Ave., W.   -   Vancouver
Palace Livery
&FeedStabk
Horses  and   Buggies for  Hire  a.
Terms cash.
We  also attend  to  wood hauling
Victoria Weekly
Ceases Publication
"iftc-r a short life ol thirteen
months the "Victorian" a weekly
journal a.s issued its last number
having suspended publication,
JAS.   CAIRNS &   SON
Proprietors
Courtenay Phone 25
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Pine Showing of Horse  Blankets,   Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Ktc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
You cannot eat your
eake and have it
But you have the satisfaction
of knowing that the ingredients are of the highest
grade when purchasing at the
Courtenay. Customers swear
by, not at, "Purity" Bread for
quality
!
Cakes of all descriptions made,
to order
Courtenay   Bakery
Lady Bank Clerks
Lady clerks have made an appearance in banking establishments
in Victoria, iu order to fill up the
ranks of the staffs depicted by enlistment.
Miss Amy Kilpatrick is home
from Braemar school. Vancouver,
for the holidays.
Ed. Etude has received the agency
for the Fairbanks Morse gasoline
engines. One can be seen at the
Ford Garage.
Last Thursday Mr. R. Willough-
by received word that his sister,
Mrs. Craze, had died at Kelowna.
She ieaves a husband and three
children.
The Courtenay Electric Light
Co. have voluntarily reduced their
rates to the users of electric ranges.
The price b��ing 5c per k. w, hour
to users of 100 hours per month.
Married���On Wednesday evening, April 26, bv the Rev. E. P.
Laycock at St. John's church,
Courtenay, Mr. Theodore Cramer
of the 102nd Batt. C. E. F. to Mrs.
I. Machin, of Courtenay,
The Japanese baseball team came
down from Cumberland on Sunday
afternoon and put up quite an argument with the valley boys. The
final score was 8 to 16 iu tavor of
Courtenay.
Three ladies put in an app.ar-
anee at the prohibition meeting
at Cumberland last Thursday afternoon. The ladies of Cumberland
are evidently not interested in prohibition.���Islander.
Pie, Dawlev is home for a few
days. He is encouraging the boys
to enli-t in the same corps as ho is
iu. Alreiul) a nu.-iber have si���ni
Red their intention of doing their
bit iu that regiment.
The D, 0 C Ogilv'e pai.l a visit
ot inspection.to the 112ml lad Friday. He wns greatly pleased with
the appearance of lhe battalion.
The men nre in fine shape and will
be ready to start for the Old Country in five or six weeks time,
(What were the ciri'iiiifstiiui'i's and the
spiritual experiences under which these
I lines were written '. Had he come thru
I great tribulgtions ? On what spot on
Galipot! wns it written, and did the writer
forsee his own swill end I The lines appear iu the Australasian Iiitcrcoilegiun.)
Jesus, whose lot Willi us wns east,
Who saw it out from first to last;
Patient and fearless, lender and tt ue
I Carpenter, vagabond, felon, Jew���
I Whose humorous eye took in each phase
11)( full rich liie this world displays ;
Yel evermore kepi lull in view
The far off goal il leads us to ;
1VI10 as your hour neared. did not Inil -
The world's fall* trembling in tiie scale ���
Willi your half-hearted bntid to dine,
And speak across tiie lireiul ami wine ;
Then went out firm to 'ure the end.
Alone without a single friend :
Wlio felt ns your last words   confessed -
! Wrung from u proud  unflinching breast
I Ily hours of dull, ignoble pain,
Your whole life's light   was   (ought  in
vain.
Would I could win and keep the feel
That heart of love, that spirit of steel;
I would not to Thy bosom fly
To shirk off Iill the storms go by ;
If you are like the mail you were,
You'd turn ill scorn from such a prayer;
Unless from some poor workhouse crone
Too toilworn to do aught but moan.
I l'log mc and spur me, set mc straight
I At some vile job I fear and hate ;
j Some sickening round of long endeavour
No light, no rest, no outlet ever;
All at a pace that must not slack,
Tho' heart would burst and simics crack;
Pog ill one's eyes, tlle bruin aswini,
A weight like lead in eyery limb
And a raw pit that hurts like hell
I Where the light bre-th once rose and fell;
I Do you but keep ine, hope or none,
j Cheery and staunch till all is done,
And at the last gasp quick to lend
One effort more to serve a friend.
And when, lor so I sometimes dream,
I've swum the dark ���the silentstrenin���
So cold it takes the breath away���
That parts the dead world from the day,
Anil see upon the further strand
(The lazy, listless angles stand;)
And, with their frank and fearless eyes,
Tlie comrades whom I most did prize;
Then clear, unburdened, careless, cool,
I'll saunter down from the grim pool
And join my friends.    Then vou'll come
by
The Captain of our company,
Call me out, look tne up and down,
And pass me thro' without a frown,
With half a smile, but never a word ;
And so���I shall have met my I,ord.
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 1 of quality unsurpassed.
Buy direct from McBryde's Bakery
Remember the address     -     Next the Royal Bank of Canada
WM. AITKEN
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Miners
- motly
��y
Grippe!
Coughs!
Colds!
Mentholated White Pine and
Tar 50c per bottle
Laxative Quinine Tablets
25c per box
Cod Liver Oil and Malt with
Wild Cherry $1
Cod Liver Oil Compound $1
Wild CherryJCoughj Mixture
50c
Robertson's
Drug Stoie
Phone }<*
Second Meeting
With the endorsement of the majority
of those present on the 18th inst., I
am calling a second meeting of the
Crown Granted Coal Right Owners
at 8 p. m., in the
Agricultural .Hall
Wednesday,   May   17th
and would urgently request all owners
who can possibly attend to do so at
this meeting
H. D. FORDE
CtlOn ai\d
GAIN or no gain the cause before the farmers of Canada is as clear as it was last
year-���they must produce abundantly in order to meet the demands that may
be made, and I believe this to be especially true in regard to live stock, the world's
supply of which must be particularly affected in this vast struggle."���HON.
MARTIN BURRELL, Minister of Agriculture.
THE   FOLLOWING    STATEMENTS    ARE    BASED    ON    REPORTS   CONTAINED    IN
"THE AGRICULTURAL WAR BOOK,   1916,"  PUBLISHED BY  THE
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, OTTAWA, ONT.
LIVE STOCK���The herds and flocks of Kurope
have been greatly reduced. When thc war is over
there will be a great demand for breeding stock.
Canadian farmers should keep this in mind.
MEATS���In 1915 Great Britain Imported 004,508
tons of beef, mutton and lamb, of which 364,245
tons came from without the Empire. Out of
430,420 ions of beef only 104,907 tons came from
within thc Empire.
The demands of the Allies for frozen beef,
canned beef, bacon and hams will increase rather
than diminish. Orders arc coming to Canada.
Thc decreasing tonnage space available will give
Canada an advantage if we have the supplies.
DAIRYING���Home consumption of milk, butter
and cheese has increased of late years. The war
demands for cheese have been unlimited. The
Canadian cheese exports from Montreal in 1916
were nearly $0,500,000 over 1914. Prices at
Montreal-Cheese : January 1915, \&% to 17
cents; January 1916, 18}-{ to 18). cents.
Butter: January 1915, 24 to 28Ji cents;
January 1910, 32 to 33 cents.
EGGS���Canada produced $30,000,000 worth of
eggs in 1915 and helped out Great Britain in the
shortage. Shippers as well as producers have a
duty and an opportunity in holding a place in
that market.
WRITE TO THE DOMINION  DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND TO YOUR
PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT FOR BULLETINS ON THESE SUBJECTS
Tens of thousands of Canada's food producers have enlisted and gone to the front. It is only fair to them
that their home work shall be kept up as far as possible. The Empire needs all the food that we can produce
in 1916.
PRODUCE MORE AND SAVE MORE SAVE MATERIALS FROM WASTE
MAKE LABOUR EFFICIENT SPEND MONEY WISELY
THE  GOVERNMENT  OF CANADA "        4
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
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