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YOUR PRINTING
Can not be done any better, -ml
not unite bo well anywhere else
hereabouts. Our type and nuuiliin-
ery is complete and The Review
pricen ire right
THE   REVIEW
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RICKSON'S
Gents'   Furnishings
and Hatt.rs
VOL. 5
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY JULY 26 1917
>!_>. 35
AUCTIONS ALE
UNION   BAY   ROAD
Geo. J. Ha .die will sell by Auction for Mr. R.
Willoughby, who is 'eaving, the whole of his household Furniture and effects at 1.30 p.m., on
SATURDAY, JULY 28th
Terms Cash.    No Reserve.      Particulars in posters
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AGENT AND AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10
COURTENAY
E    C
Gents' Furnishing Store
New Shipment Ladies' High
Top   Boots Received  This
Week���You are Invited to
See Them
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' VV. Sutliff, Prop.
BEFORE YOU GO
for that pic-mc call in the store and see the goo-1
things that we eave put or display for
the 1st of July
Ganong's   Chocolates,   Nut Bars
and a aplendid assortment of Biscuits
FOR SMOKERS ONLY
The long expected shipment of pipes has just arrived from the East and are now on display. They
are real beauties, all shapes and sizes and at such
a price that nc one need suffer for the lack of
" The best of all smokes " Prices
. from 35c to $1.25
SHEPHERD   & CO.
Chas.  Simms
PRACTICAL
Watchmaker Jeweler and Optician
Special 15 Jeweled Lever watch       -       $ 6.50
Special   7 do do - 4.50
Walthaml7        do do ���        12.50
FullyGtar nteed in Screw Cases
THE COURTENAY JEWELRY STORE
Local Lines
The Women'is Auxiliary held a
very successful Garden Feteou the
Vicarage lawn oil Thursday alter-
noon last.
A meetiug; of the Patriotic Society will he held in the Agricultural hall on Thursday evening,
Mr. Nation of Victoria, the provincial Secretary will be Dreseut
nnd will deliver un address.
Married���At St. Andrew's Presbytia inn Church. Albert)!, on
Thursday, July iy, by the Rev, T
i Menzies, ut io u in. Win. Tatooch
and Dora I.i..li-I.isha, both of the
Presbyterian Indian Industrial
school, Alberni,
Aid. Alex. McNeil left on Sunday's boat for Merril, where he has
secured a position, Mr. McNeil's
health has not been gobd lately,
aud it became imperative that he
seek a drier climate. Mrs. McNeil
and family will join him m the
near future,
Sergt. Arthur II. Gosde, .on ot
Mr, P, L. Goode, of Little River,
has been awarded the Military
Cross for bravery at Viinv Ridge,
He enlisted as a private   with   the
:7*nd Highlanders and has been   in
j France for two years.    He has been
. wounded twice and was 23 years ot
I age 011 Wednesday last.
j
1 A rather stonnv meeting of the
Red Cross Society was held on Wed
1 nesday evening last. The President, wlio had called  the  meeting
: was unavoidably  absent,   and   no
, one seemed to ku.iw just where
thev \v;re at. Another meeting
will likely be called later to decide
'whether the Red Cross work will
be done under the name of Red
Cross or whether the supplies on
hand will be handed over to the
Daughters of the Empire.
I Childrens Overalls���Just the thing for
children during the summer, at Sutliffs.
1 Butter wrappers, priuted or
plain, at the Review Office.
For Sale In Cumberland��� 4
roomed cottage with kitchen at
back, lot 60 x 120, practically new
house, good water, Apply Hugh
Miller, Happy Valley,
We pay the highest prices for
good beef and veal. No, 1 Beef
16 i-2 cents per pound dressed.
No. 1 veal 17 cents per pound
dressed, Comox Co-OperativeSociety, Courteuay aud Cumberland,
I Phone 2
!    Children's   Shoes     All   the hest and
1 most sensible stvles, at Sutliff's.
1
I    New two horse power Fairbanks
' gasoline engine for sale   cheap   at
' the Ford Garage.
Huts-All the latest shades and stvles
at Sutliff's.
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford Garage.
House to Let���At corner uf I In-
ion Street and Cumberland Road,
Also lot adjoining F'or partial*
lars apply at Review office.
O to McBryde's for quality
I read,
Safety  Firsl
Go to
FRASER'S
For Fresh   Tobacco,  Cigars
Confectionery   and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
Mr. E. fl-oks-Beach made
to Victoria this week.
trip
Rei'. T Menzies was at Alberni
for a few .lavs last week.
Mr, Wilson nud family of Toronto are guests at Rev. '!', Men-
/.ies.
Mr. Sparks, of Victoria has
been a guest at llie Vicarage for the
past week,
Mar", r.cggle is suffering from
poisoning in his foot, He has
been   going   around   on   crutches
1 since Sunday,
I Mr. Geo. J Hitrdv will conduct
an And ion Sile for R, Willoughby
at the oM Courtenav gsrage on the
Union Bay Road ou Saturday af-
iioon.
D. B Nlckerson, of the E. and
N U\ is spending a fortnight's
holiday at Seattle and the Sound
Citi. s Mr, F. II. Griffiin of
Ladysmith is relieving during his
absene-.
Mr J. IX. Hall, gem ral manager
of Uie Vancouver Milling and Grain
Co. paid a visit totheii local branch
here on Wednesday. Mr, Hall expressed himself ��s pleased with the
appearance cf the Valley and the
general outlook for business
The employees   of   the   Comox |
Logging & Railwai Co, held their
annual picnic at Millard's Beach on
Sunday afternoon.    Three palatial
II il ear loads of happy people passed through Courtenay enroute to
the beach, while many came down
III autos, Besides partaking of
lunch and bathing, there were races
for the children, and a log rolling
contest for the grownups. A large
number from Courtenay and Happy
Valley joined in the festivities.
Mr. R. Willoughb) received the
offer of a good situation in Vancouver last week, and after investigation decided to accept it. He is
having au auction sale of his house
hold effects ou Saturday afternoon
and will leave on Sunday's boat
for his new field of labor. Mr.
Willoughby, who is Secretary of
the Busines:; Men's Association,
while here only about two years;
has identified himself with all that
goes to uplift our city* His many
friends will miss hiin from llis usual
haunts. Useful citizens are none
too plentiful in Gourtenay and we
are sorry lu see him go
Anglican Services
Anglican Services for July 29, 1917
8th Sunday after Trinity.
11 a. in, Matins and Holy C0111-
Mitnion at Lazo Mission.
II a. in, Mattins and Sermon at
St, Andrew's Sandwick,
7,30 p. in. Evensong and Sermou
at St   John's, Courtenay,
8 p. m. Evensong and Sermon
at the school house. Royston.
Miss >regg. of Victoria. Ivas in
town yes'erd iv inspecting the Tele
phone offices,
H N. Birch, who formed, conducted tbe Courtenav Garage here
has joind the Royal Fi) i\�� . irps
at   Toronto,
Wong Tung was li iled : ntore
Musis' r it - Plame-i n i Satin iy
charged with cvrj in > .1 1 irge
knife ami threatening bodily harm
to another Cliiu.m in. Mr- w i^
lined $10.
There have linen sevei ul bad bi -'.;
fires in   tllis  in ighborhi 1 il  dining
the pasl fortnight.    Two h Comox
Lake,   eyiaently   from     camper's
fires, and nearly go into the   Victoria Lumber Company's limn 11. ir
the lake, but owing  to t,,e  efforts
of Fire Warden Baikie aud his helpers it was got under control.     At
Camp 2 a Iii.- broke out aud burn-
over about 600 acres of the i  ���..   ig
Company's    land   btfore    it    w -;
checked     About forty acres of tl  -
wus covered with fallen logs v '
were more or less damaged,   1 ll
Company Inst some cabli   111
materials.    The ba' nice wi i ���
a benefit to the Companv as the :';--
consumed the under brush .
the land char   I'm   logcing   operations,    Over 150men wereeugagi :
iu keeping the firr> within I ottu   -
and the heat was terrific     A- -
as tiie big swamp was reached
flames died out as ihe swamp   tt ts
full of water,
ROBERTSON'S
Drug Store
New Premises Next to
Royal Bank
Health  Salt
50c
Lemonade   Crystals
1 bottle makes 2 gallons of
delicious Lemonade
25c per Bottle
Stationery
of all kinds
W.G. Robertson
Courtenay Drug Store
ew Dmpnient
Men's Women's Boys and Girls'
Comox Creameryl
Butter j
55c per lb. this week
-th all the Latest Styles and at
the Lowest   Prices   Potsible
New Styles Ladies & Mens' Sk_s Arriving
n /tif* H}in
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The Squire's
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KATHARINE TYNAN
WARD. LOCK *. CO.. LIMITED
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(I milium il.)
Miss I asl v as ii in il In, and there
was a delay iicf ti' her nnr.\.-.'i- came.
\\ lien ii urrivi d ii bore lln stamp of
a Cornish fishing village.
"So sorry; finishing niv novel
down here. Studio al I ivll.-'s ser-
vicc. Mrs. Baggs, lhc housekeeper,
ut lhe studio, has the key."
Dully hail been lold what wns ing-
Bested tor her, and had approved.
_Slie was a new Dully since yesterdaj .
Tin: sleepiness which had laid upon
her li-.iuty like a mist had passed
away, leaving an air of serene and
perfect happim ss behind il. She
looked :u iin; Squire so shyly, vet so
radiantly, lhal lie could not rcmen-.-
! or lie was middle aged, and lhat il
ought to have heen Hilary and n t
he the adorable ejeature had chosen,
She was enchanted r<l the prospect
of having Miss  East's sti Jio,
"I am g ling to ivork," she said to
h<r lover, "because I shall wafti sonic
ti'iiic-s before I come to you.'A,
She had looked up at liim ivithSyc,
so starry that thej drizzled him. He
1: il hern on the poinl of saying llint
sh. musl not work any more, thai
henceforth she should have rill she
needed withoul working, when Mrs.
Egerton had interrupted them and it
remained ansaid.
lie was noi altogether happy aboul
Dolly's briny alone in Miss East's
studio���alone, without even a eai or
a dog, luring lhc dark hours of lhe
night. Supposing slu were ill. or
frightened I Supposing���even lo himself lu would not say what he feared
most. There musl be somebody to
In 'I. after her. A trusted servant,
or some, such person.
Lionel i'gerlon had no one lc recommend. He wished ..Id Nance
wcr estill living, lie hnd often wished
il lor Granny's sake when she found
Susan a trouble. Doll would not
.vanl lhc ordinary person bothering
about her while she worked, Doubtless they could get someone to fill
the gap for thc time being, '
Thc Squire walked hack to Silver-j
ihornc having promised to consult
Mrs. Brown. One or two of lhc
maids al Silverlhorne were pleasant,
trustworthy girls. Onc of Ihein
rould stay with Dully till Ihey found
something belter, if indeed the arrangement could not stand for the
thurl lime it was needed.
Mrs, Brown had an amazing suggestion. She would nol rccominen
f.uey or lln. Very good Kirls ii
Iheir wriy, bill flighty, as was natural
io llieir age. "I should say, sir, why
nol have Mrs.  Bartlett?"
"Mrs. Barllettl liul she would not
want in leave lur cottage."
"Begging your pardon, sir, she do
waul to leave it. There's something
or son,cone about lhis place she
can't abide. I've taken a great fancy
in the poor void. Whatever secrets
she's got���and our secrets are our
own, as I -ny, sir���Ihe harm's nol in
her. A '.'ninl. luuiesl soul lhat gives
a day's work for a day's wage, I
took my walk that way on Tuesday,
.ml she only Ui iiie in afler she'd
spied me through the window . I
wns speaking lo 'ner ah'oul going
llirougli ihc in il damask curtains au I
chair covers before winter was upon
ii-, rum -l,e says t" nn, "Mrs. Brown
I shan't In here when ihe winter
nun .. I hope 1 shnll be far away,
I thoughI 1 v. ,s going to hn'. e peace
here, bul peace is nul lur lhe likes of
me." r"ol another word she said,
U'hati \ er w: s pre) ing uu her mind
slu ki i |is i,, herself. Tiun 8 nml
times again slu seems on '.he point
uf idling dl, and 1 holds mj breath
io listen; bul no more conies, She
enn shut up tight ns a rnt Irap."
Tin   .: 1  woman  stopped  in    rc-
cover her breath after this long
speech.
"1 haven't -ei n Mrs. I.artl ti for
some lime," tin   Squire said.
"'(in iliul scc her now, -ir," suggested Mrs, Brown. ".I.caslways, ii she
hasn't '.'.me.    I wouldn't be surprised
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any hour of the day or night il sire
didn't  slip away oul  of  it."
"Bill���she seemed so frightened of
the world."
"Wc gel used to everything���even
a wooden leg, as the saying is. She's
better in health, sir, titan when you
brought her here. 1 think from what
she lets fall, thai she had a hard
time���half starved I shouldn't bo
surprised. You won't do hitler, sir,
I'm sure, for the young lady, Mrs. j
Barllett would lay down her life for
yon'. She's been a lady's maid, too,
nud she can cook, ll'r young lady
won'l be put olT her food by had
cooking,"
The Squire went off to see Mrs.
Bartlctt. There hnd heen a day when
he and Dolly, cailghl 111 a heavy
shower, had lakeu shelter at Mrs
Bartlett's, They hnd surprised her
with her poor face exposed. Dolly
had been beautifully gentle, and Mrs.
Bartlett had waited on her assiduously���shaking out her damp skirls, wiping the raindrops from her lint and
hair, lighting up a fire and making
lhem.a cup of lea while the rain went
over.
Dolly  had  spoken   to    him    about
Mrs.   Bartlctt    afterwards,    without
any repulsion  for her poor    marred I
f.'cc, to which she had referred only
indirectly.
"She musl have been pretty once,"
she had snid. "A brisk, bright woman, very vivacious and clever, Such
pretty hair and sneh good brown'
eyes. And her voice���did you notice:
the voice, with its touch of Irish;
brogue?"
Mrs, Brown was nol given to
making wild suggestions, The Squire
hud told her simply nnd plainly that
hc was going to marry Miss Egerton, and she had wished him joy, adding thai Miss Egerton was a sweet,
pretty creature. Dolly hnd a wayi
with her social inferiors, li wns onc|
of the tilings her .sister-in-law had,
resented, while she would not have
moved a finger to gain the good-will
of nny one of those who loved Dolly,
spontaneously.
Perhaps there \\ns something in the
suggestion. He remembered how
scornful Dolly had been when he had j
apologized lo her for springing Mrs.
Barllett upon her suddenly. The col
or had deepened in her cheek, and
her eyes had lightened, while she
said, in her beautiful voice, which
had deep tones of richness in it, thai
she hated more than anything else
thai form of cruelly which made people shrink from anyone maimed or
disfigured.
He had lo wr.il long enough outside lhe cottage to become afraid
that Mrs. Bartlctt had gone, ll was
with a sense of relief he heard her
unbolt the door, and followed her
iulo the little sitting room. He sat
down facing her, the light from the
high window on his face; hers iti-lhe
shadow she always sought, her hand
covering her check in an habitual at-;
tempt to hide her disfigurement, As
she sal so, her face partly turned
away from him, her left hand war
under her check. There wns a thin
gold wedding ring upon it. Poor
creature! She had never spoken- to,
liin: of a husband.
Hc unpacked the matter uf his cr
rand without delay.    She heard him
iu siler.ee.    Once or twice she turned
r.boiit  and  looked  at  him,  aud    her;
.yes were like, lhc eyes of a dog for
their expression of absolute devotion,
"1 beg your pardon, sir," she snid,
when he had finished. "Is the young
lady someone you nn'very much interested in?"
"As a mailer of facl I hope to;
marry her," lhe Squire .-aid. suddenly
young and shy and ingenuous, "Ami
as soon us it can be fixed uu, Mrs,
Bartlett. Ladies, you know, alwnys
require a little lime for preparation."
"Sir," said Mrs, Barllett with start
ling energy, "ii il is the swert pretty
young Lull i ho came In ri with vou
thai in ihe early summer, I'm \ i rj
glad of it.    you'll I"   marrying In r
very s,,on, sir;"
"As soon ns sin will give In r eon
miiI for a speedy marriage," said
llic  Squire,  with  a   happy   laugh
"I  wouldn't bc delaying,    sir, ii  I
was you.    Happiness can't conic  too
soon  or  Inst   too  lone'.       She  won't j
keep ymi waiting, I'm sure.    And afler your marriage, you'll  maybe   be
taking her abroad,    you'll maybe blinking  ber   for n   tour,     The   world's;
II grand  place for ihem  thai   can   Ira  :
vel it."
"I don't know bow you knew it,
Mrs. Barth tt, bill thai is my Intention. Miss Egerton has never been
iu Italy."
"She couldn't sec ii In better corn-
Expectant
She���Did he marry u girl like a
magazine cover?
Bella���Yes, and then expected her
lo work like a cook book.
WOMEN!  IT IS MAGIC!
LIFT OUT ANY CORN
��
'.pply a few   drops   then   lift
corns or calluses off with
fingers���no pain
Just think! Van can lift
off any corn or callus
withoul pain or soreness.
A Cincinnati man discovered ttiis ether coin-
pound and named it free-
zone. Any druggist will
sell a tiny bottle of free-
zone, like here shown, for
very little cost, You apply a few drops directly
upon a tender corn or
callus. Instantly the soreness disappears, then
shortly you will find the
corn or callus so loose
that you can lift it right
off,
Freezone is wonderful.
It dries instantly, ll
doesn't eat away the corn
or callus, but shrivels it
up without even irritating
the surrounding skin.
Hard, soft or corns between the toes, as well as
painful calluses, lift right
off. There is no paiu before or afterwards, If your druggist hasn't
freezone, tell liiiii lo order a small
bottle for you from his wholesale
drug house.
ill'
Miss Paul: Grace doesn't obey anybody.
Miss Pry: No, she doesn't even
mind her own business,
Government Helps Dairying-
Dairying Industry   of   Saskatchewan
Put on a Firmer Basis
Until the provincial government
took hold, the. dairying industry of
Saskatchewan declined. In 1006, the
butter output of the pr wince had fallen to 127,000 pounds, whereas in
1897 it had been 346,000 pounds. With
lhe Inauguration of a governnieni
dairy branch, and lhe Institution of
thc co-operative creamery, an entirely different stale of affairs wns
bioughl about. The dairy branch
now operates seventeen co-operatively owned creameries, located at central points on the different railways.
Express charges on thc cream nre
paid at the creamery, so that the farmer at a distance suffers nothing from
the fact that the creamery is nol al
bis own door. The dairy branch
markets lhe product, and distributes
the tolal net profits ro-opcratively
twice a month, Incoming cream is
classified and paid for accordingly,
and outgoing butter i.s graded also
according to quality, Instruction iu
dairying ba-. been given to farmers
by the operation of travelling dairy
instruction cars, as well as llirougli
out the year at lhc creameries and by
ti.ivilliu . instructors. The progress
of the dairying industry will be seen
when it is slated that in 19.6 Ihere
were 17 creameries, with 7,205 farmers sending cream, and lhe production was 2,538,061 pounds of butler,
or more than 15 times as much ns in
1906.
Farm Labor Secured
That 6,500 farm laborers were
brought into Western Canada from
the United States during the period
from March 1 to May 3 is the statement of T.M. Molloy, Commissioner of lhe Bureau of Labor; 1,100 of
these wenl to the province of Manitoba, 3,000 to Saskatchewan and 2,300
to Alberta.
Extra Profit from
Selected Cows
Cows ef Good Dairy Type Repay
Cost of Extra Feed
One remarkably satisfactory result of keeping simple daily records
yields of milk and cost of feed, is the
knowledge gained that cows of good
dairy type do repay thc cost of extra feed.
Onc example may he given. Not
far from Sl. Ilyarinllie, Quebec, one
hundred cows produced IO.,K.5i|
pounds of milk more during 1916
than one hundred did in 1915. The
1915 records showed lhat ten wero
not paying so lhcy were beefed, and
again in 1916 eleven were sent to thc
block, being replaced by belter milkers. Heller feeding contributed
largely to the above noted big increase in mild yield; more com waj
fed, more clover and a little higher
meal ration.
The value of llie exlra feed was
$605; lhis produced more milk to the
value of $1,677.66, so that the extra,
clear return was "j1,072.66, and the
cows were in much belter condition.
Dairy records help to select good
cows and lo ensure larger profit.
Write the Dairy Commissioner Ottawa, for free milk and feed record
forms,
Father���What did the teacher say
when she heard you swear?
Tommy���She asked me where _
learned it.
Father-What did you lell her?
Tommy���I didn't want to give you1
away, pa, so I blamed it on the par-
tot.
Ernest���"Now, Mary, it is only
fair for me to tell you that I'm a
somnambulist."
Mary���"Thai's all right, dear.
We'll take it in turns. I'll go trr
your chapel with you one Sunday,
and you can come to my church the.
next."���The Sketch,
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Twq^Splendid
lings
One is plenty of open-
air exercise.
If you can't get all of
that you should, it's all
the more important that
you should have the
other Iricti-ancI true remedy for a torpid liver and
bowels that don't act
freely and naturally.
Tnlto oner pill every night)
more only when you're (lire it's
necessary.
CARTER'S1
WlTTLE
Hiver
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tStnutn*  bears  'Signature
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Colorless (aces often show the
absence of Iron in the blood.
Carter's Iron Pills
..,,.       will help this condition.        i
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Built by American
The deht of Downing street���the
itn.h of the Empire, as it has heen
termed���lo America is worth recalling today. Downing, who built and
named it, was born in America and
educated at Harvard, where he buill
ihis own rooms of timber and glass.
On coming to London he showed
his Transatlantic enterprise by buying the lane leading to the royal
cockpit at Whitehall and erecting
thereon what are believed to have
becn the first brick houses of importance in lhe metropolis.���London
Daily Chronicle.
$100 Reward. $100        |
** The renders of this paper will be pleased '
to learn th.it there ia at leant one tl_c.i__c4
disease that science li.ia been able to cure in
ill its stages, and that is catarrh. Catarrh
feeing greatly influenced by constitutional I
conditions requires constitutional treatment '
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and {
sets through the Blood on the Mucous Sur* |
���faces of the System, thereby destroying tha '
fouudaiion of tiie disease, giving the p.itient j
atrcngih by building up the constitution and .
assisting nature in doing its work. The pro*
-prietors  have  so  much  faith  in   tlie  curativi I
Siwcrs of Hall's Catarrh Cure that they oriel '.
ne   Hundred   Dollars   for   any   case   that  il'
Kails to cure.    Scad for list of testimonials.
Address: F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toled*
Ohio.   Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Conserve Young Cattle
Slaughter of Calves Results in Great
Loss in Meat Production
Wholesale and unnecessary destruction of calves through the country, has influenced W.W. Fraser, recently appointed Live Slock Commissioner for Manitoba, to warn farmers lo conserve thcr young entile,
lie urges them against thoughtless
slaughter of calves, and states that
thousands are destroyed annualy,
with consequent loss in meat production and dairy supplies.
Could the public be bioughl lo realize the astounding loss annually ,.s
a result ol this destruction of calves,
it would startle the most indifferent,
Mr. Fraser states. The possibilities
of a shortage of all food supplies
which is causing already almost famine prices, is alarming.
The Department of Agriculture
working in conjunction with Mr.
Fraser, is taking steps to prolect calves from slaughter, and more especially among the dairies near lhe cily,
where thousands of calves have been
sold to butchers or destroyed as soon
as Ihey were born. An arrangement
is being made hel ween dairymen aud
farmers whereby fanners can secure
calves by paying a nominal charge
price, and similar (o that paid by
butchers, thus preserving a calf that
would be sold for $61 to one wliicli
when two and a half years old would
be worth form $10(1 to $175.
Should co-operation of all persons
concerned be established, the present
waste would bc turned into a food
production increase, with enormous
financial benefit to the counlry, according to Mr. Fraser. Prompt action this year is necessary he stated.
Hc added that they should use the
besl type of sires in order that the
offspring may bc of the besl quality.
A PERFECT MEDICINE
FOR LITTLE ONES
Baby's Own Tablets is the ideal
medicine for little ones. Tlicy regulate the bowels and stomach; break
up colds; cure constipation and indigestion; expel worms and make
teething easy. They are guaranteed
to bc absolutely free from injurious
drugs and may bc given lo the
youngest child with perfect safety.
Concerning them Mrs. T.M. Fork-
nail, Mission City, B.C., writes: "1
havc used Baby's Own Tablets for
my three little ones and have found
Ihem lhe best medicine a mother can
give her children." The Tablets arc
sold by medicine dealers or by mail
at 25 cents a box from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
Oni.
Office Men Die Youngest
Bookkeepers and office assistants
die youngest and farmers die eldest,
according to a report based on an
analysis of deaths recorded by a life
insurance company between 1911 and
1913. The average age of death
among bookkeepers and clerks was
thirty-six years, and among fanners
fifty-eight years. Tuberculosis causer! thirty-five per cent, of the deaths
of clerks, the highest record for that
disease, and heart disease was responsible for the largest number of
farmers' deaths, sixteen per cent.
Renew the
Joy of Living
Don't let ill health any longer rob you of life's pleasures.
Get back your appetite,
Strengthen your digestion,
stimulate your liver, regulate your bowels and improve your blood by taking
Their action is prompt and
thorough, and you soon feel
their benefits. You will eat
more, work better, sleep sounder, and feel new strength after
a short course of these depend-
able pills. They restore
healthy conditions, and
are worth a
guinea a box
Ml .stills tt Sptcisl VsllM (��� W-assr 1 re with Enl. Be.
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W.     N.     U.     1163
How He Felt
The two girls were talking with a
young lieutenant who had gol a bullet through his arm.
"And what were your emotions
during  the  lirst  battle?"  asked    onc
girl.
"What wcrc my emotions?'
"Yes. Mow did you feel?"
"Oh, slightly    bored,"  was  the  rc-
Ply.
Miller's Worm Powders, being in
demand everywhere, can bc got at
any chemist's or drug shop, at very
small cosl. They arc a standard
remedy for worm troubles and can bc.
fully relied upon to expel worms
from thc syslem and abate the sufferings thai worms cause. There are
many mothers thai rejoice lhat they
found available so effective a remedy
for the relief of their children.
"Does Jones, the photographer, do
everyone justice?"
"lie docs more than that; he tempers justice with mercy."
The most obdurate corns and warts
fail to resist Holloway's Corn Cure.
Try  il.
Steel Vessel Launched
A steel steamer, "War Dog," first
ship of ils type lo he buill iu Brit'sh
Columbia, lias just been launched at
Vancouver, B.C. This ship, wiih a
length of 315 feet, beam 45 feel and
depth 27 feel, is the first sled cargo
vessel lo bc built in Ihis province,
The contract was placed by a Japanese company, but since the steamer has taken the water she. 'has lu cn
sold to a British linn. Olltct similar
\ isscls will he buill immediately.
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
Enlarging Stock Yards
Union Stock Yards at Winnipeg    to
Have Increased Capacity
Directors of lhc Union Stock yards
have decided to increase the capacity
of the yards thirty per cent, and lhc
efficiency of handling facilities forty
per cent, at a cost approximating
$100,000.
The block of p'ens immediately behind the present covered yards will
bc roofed, giving 115 additional covered pens; two new alleys with '10
catch pens will .be put in off the new
scale yards to facilitate the sorting
and weighing of stock. At the east
of the yards two more new alleys will
be installed at the large pens used
for shipment of range rattle.
Work on the improvements is to
commence immediately with a view
to finishing by August.
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**Msmk  for> gtnrtmep \\feaf ^   ��
at Work and Play *
Don't work in heavy, leather boots this summer. Wear
"Fleet Foot" Shoes. They are honest and sturdy
enough to stand the farm work.
Easy and comfortable���light���sensible���and so much
cheaper than leather.
When you go out in the evening, wear "Fleet Foot"
White Shoes. There are plenty of different styles and
shapes, for every occasion, day as well as evening���
and they are far less expensive than leather boots.
Next time you go to town, be sure to see
the "Fleet Foot" Shoes for summer wear.
EVERYDAY
With the Veterans
Men of Mons Who Are Still at The
Front
That a good number of the heroes
of Mons, arc still in the firing line,
and not "working at the base, railway stations, supply centres ammunition depots, repair shops, office,
canteens and similar places," has
been demonsratcd fully. Writing
on behalf of hi ..^elf and four comrades in thc. artillery "Somewhere
in France" one soldier says:
We arrived in France August, 1914,
and were in the retreat from Mons,
and have been through the following battles; Lc Cateau, Marnc, Aisne,
Ypres, Givenchy, Ctiinchy, Festuberi,
Loos, Somme, Ancrc and last, but
not least, the big Yimy Ridge push.
Far from being at the basc, etc., wc
have been in trench mortars for thc
past twelve months, and have lately
been throwing footballs with sleel
tails at thc Bodies.
SGT. DUNCAN MACNEIL
OF THE CANADIANS
says Dr. Cassell's Tablets Cured his
Dyspepsia Completely
Sergeant Duncan Ma-Neil, ol the Canadian
Expeditionary Force, writing from Europe
lliis home address is 116, Pleasant-street,
Halifax, N.S.) says: "For six years I suffered
from frequent attacks of dyspepsia, often oe-
ing in bed for days at a time. When the
war broke out I joined the Expeditionary
l'oree aud came to liirgland. 1 had not been
long there, however, when my old troub'e
returned and I had to go to hospital. White
in hospital a iriend told me of ill'. Cassell's
'tablets, and 1 decided to try them. The
first box brought such pronounced relief that
1 continued thc treatment. To make a long
story short, a complete cure was effected."
A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will be sent to you on receipt of
5 cents for mailing and packing. Address: Harold T?. Ritchie & Co., Ltd-,
10, M'Caul-st-, Toronto.
Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the surest home
remedy lor Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Nervous Ailments, Nerve
Paralysis, Palpitation, and Weakness iu Children. Specially valuable lor nursing mothers
and during the critical periods of life. Sold by
druggists aud storekeepers throughout Canada. Trices: One tube, 50 cts; six tubes for thc
price of live. Beware of imitations said to contain hypopnospliHes, The composition ol Dr.
Cassell's Tablets is known only to the proprietors, and uo imitation can ever bc the same.
Sole Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's   Co.*
Ltd., Manchester, England
Paper Making Secrets
The Oxford Press Syndicate values
its formula for making thc very thin,
tough paper used in the Bibles and
encyclopedias at morc than $1,000,-
000. To perfect the process required
twenty-five years of hard work and
the expenditure of $1,000,000 in rash.
A secret of even greater value is
the formula for making the paper
employed for the Bank of England
notes. This is a family possession of
the Portals of Lavcnstroke, to whom
already iu two generations il has
brought an enormous fortune.
Cheapest of All Oils.���Considering
the curative qualities of Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil it is the cheapest of all
preparations offered to the public. It
is to bc found in every- drug store
in Canada from coast to coast and
all country merchants keep it for
sale. So, being easily procurable andl
extremely moderate in price, no one;
should bc without a bottle of it
Two Washboards
For the Price oi One!
Botl. sides of EDDY'S
Twin Beaver Washboards
can be used���giving double
service for the price of one.
Made of INDURATED
FIBREWARE (which it
really pulp hardened and
baked by a special procesi)
it cannot splinter or fall
apart. Won't hurt your fingers or tear you clothe!.
Double value for your money���almost life lasting.
Don't do another washing
until you get one.
ASK YOUR DEALER.
"Do you tell your husband everything?"
"No; he won't listen lo me more
than three or four hours at a
stretch."
"What   (In   yotl   think   is   lhe   most
difficult thing for a beginner to learn
about golf?"
"To/keep from talking aboul it all
thc lime."
Aerial Progress
Remarkable Development in Aircraft
in the Past Nine Years
The great progress made in the development of aircraft in the last nine
years was llie subject of a recent lecture in London. In 1908 the Wright
brothers flew at a rate of 35 miles an
hour, while at the end of last year
a speed of 142 miles an hour was attained hy a Sopwith monoplane. The
farthest distance flown by the
Wrights in 1908 was 7 1-2 miles; the
other day a Frenchman came near
flying from Verdun to Russia (984
miles). The Wrights in 1908 reached
an altitude of 500 feet; both a
Frenchman and au Englishman had
recently ascended to over 25,000 feet.:
The rate of ascent in 1909 by a
Frenchman was 300 feet iu !. minutes!
an aviator in England recently ascended 10,000 feet in 15 minutes, lhc
lirst 5,000 in five minutes, which was
equal lo thc ascent of the fastest lift.
Once they found difficulty in carrying
a -ingle passenger; now the largest
machines take a crew of sixteen and
a load of a ton and a half.
The E. B. Eddy Company
Limited
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Minard's Liniment   Used   by   Physicians.
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Mining, Chemical, Civil, Mechanical sua!
-Jlectrical Engineering.
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Summer School    Navigation School
Jul), sued August        D.e-mb.. to April
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A Good Time Was Had
I.arry���-I'liwas  th'  banquet a    SU_-
ccr-s, Dinny?
J.inny���11  was.    Shtire, some  wan
broke Cassidy's mug wid th'    lovin'j
Clip. I
	
I    Vicar (at village  Red Cross    concert)���Miss  Tones  will  sing again--!
I "I Cannot Tell You Why!" |
Difficult to Land Well
The most difficult part of flying
is landing. In fact, according to high
authorities in the British Flying
Corps, nearly the whole art oi flying
lies in landing and a man who can
laud well under any conditions will
be able to do anything else in the
air on his own initiative, given a
sound nerve. Nothing but experience
makes it possible to land almost
anywhere in a had country with the
engines stopped dead, and to drop
down faultlessly on to a strange
landing place without any indication as to the direction of the wind
or lhe slope of the ground.
is made in one grade only���the highest. So there is
no danger of getting "seconds" when you buy
Redpath in the original Cartons or Bags.
"Let Redpath Sweeten it." #'
io, !rtoS.n_?ooTI**. Canada Sugar Refinin? Co., Limited, Montreal THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weeky   Newspaper,   Pubished   at
Courtenav, B. I).
N. H. Boden, Editor and Proprietor
Sabscription Sl 60 per Year in Advance
$2.00 per annum if not so paid
THURSDAY JULY 26, 1917
Note and Comment
Eighty-nine years ago the corner-stone of the pioneer railroad,
the Baltimore & Ohio, was laid at
Baltimore with imposing ceremonies. This line, like early roads.
���was built of wooden rails, fastened
to crossties of wo id or stone buried
the ground. Flat bars of ir.jn were
spiked spiked on the rails. This
method was found to be dangerous
owing to the loosening o' the rails
which often bent upwards and
crashed through the bottom of
the car, so that the pa.seugers
never knew at what uitii. nt they
might be Impaled like flies ou n
pin, About four years later, July
4, 1832. six miles of Baltimore &
Susquehanna Railroad were opened
to travel, The cars were drawn
by horses, but in the following
year steam engines  were adopted.
Good roads have a money value
far beyond our oniin_ry conception
says, S. R, Henderson, President of
Manitoba Good Roads Associotion.
Bad roads constitute our greatest
drawback to internal development
and material progress. Good roads
mean prosperous farmers bad roads
mean abandoned farms, sparsely
settled country district and congested cities, when the poor become
poorer. Pood roads mean more
cultivated farms ami cheaper fond
products. Bad roads mean poor
transportation, lack of communication, high prices for the necessities of life, loss of untold millions
and idle workmen. Good roads
will help those who cultivate the
soil. Wh itever aid the producers
and farmers give will increase our
wealth and cur greatness and benefit all the people,
The ecooomic value of ihe bacon
hog on the llritish market is an
important topic. ..cording to Mr.
Duncan Anderson, who lias been
talking to the public for many
years 011 this topic, the farmers of
Ontario began to change from the
thick fat to the bacon type of hog
about twenty years ago. During
the next eight years as a result of
that change, an export trade to
Kngland in bacon and ham wns
developed to the extent of fifteen
million dollars a year. What is
needed is that a clear knowledge of
the situation be propigated am vug
the farmers, so that the best type
of bacon hog be produce 1, that the
bacon be prepared and preserved in
tlle way the British ii.onle li'e
best.
CITY OF COURTENAY
" Noxious Weeds Act "
Public Notice is hereby given that all
property owners in the Citv of Courtenay
are required to eat down nnd burn or
otherwise destroy oil or before the 19tli
day ol July all thistles nnd al,,-,- noxious
weeds, otherwise tiie Works Department will put ���,_��� 011   ,��� ..���,   s.me' ftnd
charge the cost thereof to tlie respective
properties. '
1 '.'"'.oi-''" Couru-'";'y this  loth  day of
.July 191/ J
W. a. w, Hawks,
City Clerk
The Ubm'-sls of the riding are.
very 111 noli excited since it h��B
heen announced that a Fedora
election is in sight. Rev. Thos.
Menzies is reported to be touring
the tiding with his ear lo the
ground list n ig for the nomination
i'. I', Hamsun is also reported to
bu flirting with the different As.
sociations looking for the same
favor, while Mr, Lawrence formerly of 1'i'van. who is reported
to havo lately invested heavily in
newspaper stock, also has aspir
ations. Mad Mr. Lnwronc* remained in the riding ho would
have possibly come near to getting
the nomination as most of his eul
leagues in the newspaper are
anxious fur a light, A large 11 urn
ber of the level bended prominent.
Liberals r not in favor ol running a eaulieiite at this time,
I'hey stir, and rightly, that there
is absolutely no difference In the
platforms and thnl Herb Clements
has made an ideal member, find
should bo returned by declamation.
The mailer ivil! be threshed out
at a con veiitiou at Parksville ou
Aug. 71b.
For Sale���Ford car in good condition; reasonable price. Apply at
Review office
Suturday
July 28
Last Day
of
Comox
Livery
Phone 84 L
Stable
10-
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains      I
I
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonab'e rates j
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
a
tsSajy L
1
NOTICH is hereby given that any
partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned and Taylor M.
Michaels as the Island I, umber and bogging Company has been dissolved from
the 4th day of June, 1917, All claims
rigiiiiist tlle said partnership are to be
presented to the undersigned.
Dated at Courtenay B.C. this 17tb dav
ofjulv, 1917,
II. URIC C .RI.BON.
YES!
I Deliver
Anywhere
Telephone
your ordei for
Fresh Groceries
to93L
GEO. ARDLEY
LAZO STORE
Vour patronage solicited.
CUMBERLAND
Further
Reductions
in
All Lines
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
TRAIN SERVICE:
For Victoria���11.35 Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, connecting at Parksville Junction with train
for Port A'.berni, and at Nanaimo for Vancoaver boa
From Victoria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver: ank at Parksville Junction with train
from Port Alberni, and arriving at Courtenay at
16.10.
7lO!K
O 0
D. B. NICKERSON
Af.nl C_.rl.D_s',
City Council
i At a special meeting of the City
Council held on Friday evening
communications were read from:
The Agricultural' Association,
thanking the Council for the use of
the city hall
From the Union of B. C Municipalities giving notice of the convention to be held at Duncan on
the second Wednesday in October.
j A letter from the Water Rights
Branch stating that Mr. Kilpatrick
would be liable for any damage the
water from his dam might do.
A Letter from J. H. King, Minister of Public works re the bridges
over the riv.r and slough, stating
1 that the matter will be  taken tip
j shortly.
1     Two   letters   from  Bodwell   &
��� Lawson were read and filed.
The following accounts were referred to the Finance committee to
oay if found correct.
Clarke & Stewart $32 25
Postage, etc.     6 62
Electric Light Co.,  20 39
B. C, Telephone Co        5 50
The Argus  17 00
The tax by-la v was given its
third reading.
j  ,	
When you find a man about
whom people speak no evil it is not
evidence that he is an unusual man
but that he is living among unusual
people.
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
Ac counts Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks Beach  &  Field
BUT
I
BOUL STANDAM
Why
Royal   Standard
Flour ?
Because:
By laboratory tests of all Flours, ROYAL STANDARD stands FIRST in nutriment and bodybuilding energy
Is far more economical than others.
Is sold on a "Money Back " guarantee.
It costs no more than other Flours.
''goes farther-more loaves to the sack���and a
dozen other answers to the question, "Why
ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR.
Don't merely say to your grocer���" Scud me a sack
of Hour "���say " ROYAL STANDARD " and know
whnl you're getting.
LOOK FOR THE
CIRCLE "V" TRADE MARK
ON EVERV SACK
Royal Standard Grain Products Agency
Phone 3.1, End of Krid.e
B. Towl.r, Mgr.
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-  COURTENAY  TAILOR ]
/ We have an Exhibit  of a Large
& Assortment of New Patterns
j   HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA
* Store Between   Bridges
i Courtenay ��
[Qfl*V***a4*��**i^ ***s*mts****j*^**jQl}
COMOX   LUMP
COAL
$6.00 Per Ton
Delivered in Courtenay
All Orders Will Receive Prompt Attention
D. KILPATRICK
Phone 43 Courtenay
Your Telephone Will
Take You
Most poeple are in a hurry: they have little time to waste.
Whey you are in a rush, think how the telephone will help
you.    It reaches everywhere,    Its use is economical.
Tdiey say The more hurry, the less speed," but that
originated in the days before the telephone. Now it ,is "The
more hurry, the greater speed," for the action of the telephone is instantaneous.
British   Columbia   Telephone Co.
tu    . ��������    u- .GRAND DISPLAY
1 he cost ot Living is Hi gh at
Still There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
I'riictical .Shoemaker and Repair
Next to Hardy & Biseoe
Fine Showing of  Horse Blankets,  Lap
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay _i^_
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
//
Cnurtoiiay and the surrounding
districts   were   well   represented
yesterday afternoon when the tennis tournament, which was arranged by Mrs,   OjirU'tie   aud   Miss
Glazbrook ill aid of the 102ml Regina Trench Chapter of llio I. 0.
D. E, was played off.    Tlie   sum
of $11.50 was t'ealized. and   much
keen interest was displayed in the
various   ^unies.      The    winners
���were: Mixed doubles.   Miss  Gillespie nnd   Mr,   Milh-rdj   Men's
doubles was a toss between Arch
deacon C<>llison and Mr. Christie,
..he former winning in the last,bet.
The following were the players
Mesdames Thompson,  Millard,
Brock, Rillgrose, Misses Gillespie
Sackville, Glazbrook, Rutliertord,
11. .{ridges, G.   Bridges,   Messrs,
Or   Gillespie,    Millard,    Christie
,Cox.   Bolton,    Brock,    Hunter,
Burnside.   Arclidflooon   Collison,
Sparks, Glassbroot-,   Montgomorv
Dalby,   Leslie,    Tarbell.   Booth
Campbell, Cook,   Martin, Neftl'y,
.ldiot.8.
The eoniVr't III lilt'' 6W1UH *��-.-
of an exeeptio tally (>ll'ilsiii|j; clul.fl
titer nnd might lie considered im
fpi��***ptu as it was gotten up since
Mono-.*,', but the motto of some of
the ladies of tho Committee is
"Ready, aye ready." The pro-
rgrninme was:���
Piiuio Overture, Mrs.  Laban.
bhort address by the Ven. Arch
deacon Collison, who admonished
the ladies nut to get tired of their
good work��� that every member
of tlie Empire must do  their   bit.
S"ng, W. A. W. Hames sang
in good voice, "That Dear Land"
Solo, Mrs, Hamilton, ���'Gall of
the May Time,"
Meiidelsslioii's Spring Song
Dance. Miss Amy Kilpatrick.
S.mg. Mr. Sparks, �� I Fear No
Foe.-'
Song, Miss Mary Stewart, Lit-
Hawaiin Song, and ''Tiiku Me
Back io Canada."
Piano S'do, "Lists 12th Rhap
sody and Kachmingoff Prelude"
was simply marvellous,
Song, Father O'Flynn, Arch-
deacipi. Collison.
Song, ''Crossing the Stile" and
"Every Soldier I* my Sweetheart," Miss Kathleen Dnggan.
Dunce, Tiiiiiboiii'ino, am' Welsh
National. MibS   Amy   Kilpatrick
Sgim, "M-i'mn-'' LittlQ Qofl!
Blaol. Rw," Miss May Walker,"
Character   Song,   'The   Army
" '''odav's   AlriulUv'* Mi*s JBft"
Harold Woods am. vv '   *��*��*.���
concluded the program me.
During thu iiUonni-Hion lhe la-
di_* sold ice- ureain. cala- und
candy,   Avery large crowd stay
ed for the dance.
Little Mary Stewart sold ��5
worth of- rosebud bouquets from
Mrs. Kilpaii-h-.k's garden.
The following articles were r-hip.
ped last week from the Red Cross
headquarters at Sandwick ball.
tod pair sox.
4] suits pyjamas.
11 propel ty bags.
41 day shirls,
;! dressing gnwiis.
1 helpless case   jacket.
The following guests were registered at the Riverside Hotel last
week.
T. Livingstone. E. Howes, D, G.
Hay, F, Eastman, L. Morris, II.
Hanover. T, McCarthy, M. But-
toraek, C. W, Johnston, A. Kelley
R Howie, F. W. Reynolds, J, F
Monolev, W, F. Penwill, In tn Van-
c.uven'W. Charles, J ooodfellow,
H. T, Boyes, Mr. and Mrs. Davis
A. p.tlo, A, Harvey, T. I. McNeil
ii. Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Looker
irom Victoria' Mr. and Mrs,. Frank
Waterhoi.se, Miss Gladys Water-
house Miss Marv Walerhotisc MIS.
Kittinger, Mit* judiih Qihbs, from
Seattle; M, S, Haney, from Toronto
J Mcoill, A, Dendoff,.A. MeCor-
Cormier., A. Johnston, T Johnston
���'   from Nanaimo: R. l>ix
J. IlatlSV-, ":" '"'    E
on, J, J. Potter', Jl, .__.._	
Martin, from Headquarters: I'd,.,
Ca'i'oll, from Wellington,
Fulfills Every Claim
No furnace can do more than satisfy-
but the "Sunshine" furnace absolutely
and invariably does satisfy fully and
completely when properly installed.
Ask our local dealer to show you this
good furnace, or write for free booklet.
McQstvS
SUNSHINE FURNACE
VAMCOUVEH
LONDON      TORONTO      MONTREAL _^WINNIPEG
1 ST. IOHN.^TOO HAMaTO^^ALOAHV
For sale by C. H. Tarbell & Son, Courtenay
j..b, Fitzgerald, of  the  288th (      Presbyterian Church
Battalion, arrived ll "llio lusl week.
Too has not been   well   for   some
J , ,     1 i.:��� ,i;���..l,���,.,...
lay  School
���ed ll'illlfl lasl week. ���--            .
���   well   for   some St. Andrews   Sandwick
1           ,,,,., "...rvire 2 o.ni.    Sunday Sc
time*. ��.d ��;a.-ec*nr_kl^-d'"*"*; JdBuK-CtaJa p. m.    '
lie snys all lhe rest "I   tlie   hoys Courtenav
from here were well when   he saw gundfty  School and  Bible Clas
them last in Egland. 10:30 a. tn.   Evening service 7:30
-_���*������* p, m- AH welcome
1
The Liberals of   South   Comd*.
I.. I-I  n  meetili" lit C  '
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    ���    - *��������.����..
yesterday nf'u""nooi* Wll! eVU'riing  ,
While going   i"   the coiivelltibu,
Mr. Bubar   t.t-e.i.'��ed   '"   sprj[ii>.,,
past Mr. Charles  'b'.'O'vn's   i.titV/
and ran inin ihe ditch.     The machine overturned nnd   was   badly
wrecked, and the Mayor,  who il'ns
with him was bruised up consniet'.
ably.
THEEp_r,JF-EARSE
Bd'rr.ster rind   Solicitor,   Notify
Public.
Phone 6
Courtenav
THE FORD IS ECONOMICAL
The average man can easily afford
a Ford car. It is the most inexpensive car to drive,
20 to 25 miles on a gallon of
gasoline is an everyday occurence.
33 miles is frequently reported by
Ford owners, Yearly repair expenses of less than one dollar are
not unusual. The car is light in
weight, and tires  give more mile
age on a Ford  than on  anv other
car.
You can buy a Ford for yourself
and one for your wife for the price
of one car at $1000, You can run
both Fords at about the same expense as one larger, heavier car.
You can always sell a " used
Ford at a good price.  You have to
accept a big reduction far a "used"
larger car
Go and take a ride in the 1917
model. See how comfortable it is.
Aud stylish, too���stream line effect
tapered hood, crown fenders,
beautiful finish. You need one
for business. Your wife and children need one for pleasure and
health.
OVER 700 FORD SERVICE STATIONS IN CANADA
E.  C.   EMDE
Ford Garage
Courtenay B. C.
FLOUR & FEED
I beg to'announce that I have opened a Flour and
Fe- d Store on Mill Street, Courtenay, and will be
pleased to supply your needs in
Wheat and Flour, Bran, Shorts
Hay, Straw, etc.
A CALL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Frank   flovitz.
COURTENAY, B.C.
1 - j 1 i~i -_.-_.--.--���--.-----.--
Thirty-seven were killed and 141
were wounded when a German air
fleet of 20 areop.anes {bombarded
London on Saturday morning. 11
of the enemy machines were
brought down.
ELK HOTEL
Comox, B C.
Comfortable  Kooms    lor  Tourists  and
Travellers
MRS. T. D. HIND, Managress
Bar supplied with best wines
liquors and cigars
NOTICE
Mooring & Ingram
General Blacksmiths
Beg to announce that they are prepared
to do all kinds of repairs at moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
It is surprising how small  a per-'
ce.jloj._c ot a  rich  man's stealings
will win him a reputation for philanthropy.
Many a mau takes a holiday for
no other reason than to get a few
week's rest from his creditors,
It is said tint Bethiinuu-Ho.lweg
would make rear._uiil.le peace if he
dared.
Granville Street has been on fire
six j times during the last five
weeks,
For Sale���A second hand tent,
10' x 12' in good condition, Apply C  E. Urard, Comox
Wanted For August ist���woman
to cook and assist with housework,
Apply at Klk Hotel,
1  CumberlanaTfiote]
t.ooil Accomodation      Cusine E_.-l!__
j Wm. Merryfield
PropHstor
Palace Livery
&FeedStabl.
Horses  and   Buggies  for   Hire  _.
Terms cash.
We  also  attend  to  wood hauling
JAS.
Courtenav
CAIRNS  &   SON
Proprietors
Phone 25
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Card of Thanks
I
Do You
READ?
The SaniUick ladies' Aid Society of
the Sandwick Presbyterian Church wish
to thank all those who helped to   make
the Strawberry Festival held   on   Mrs. 1
John    Grieve's   lawn   successlul.    The 1
gross receipts were <!1.*3.7.'. the expens- (
es $38, leaving $11...75 to be credited to j Family Herald and Weekly >. 1 -
the society's funds.
and the Daily Province
The  Courtenav  Review
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here about Oct. 1
Leave orders at Review office
for one year
for $6
GRIEVE and DARGIE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobacco-.
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
Phone g Courtenay
APPLY TO
RICHARD CREECH
FOR
Sand and Gravel
Kates Reasonable
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Ri��s Guaranteed aud Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith ard Carriage Builder COURTENAY
*��**tma*s***m*^ trnrn
THE   REVIEW.   COURTNEY.   B. C..
The Turtle Auto
Builcts Cannul    Hit    Thi';    Strange
War Machine
rhu nf ihc weirdest looking machines yet devised for use in lhc
woi Id war i_ being built (or th" alius
in France and Flanders, It is known
as tlle "Turtle Auto," not iioin iis
Uuk of speed, but from iis shape.
The car is m designed that every
part is cm veil in such u way that a
projectile will glance oil'. No run ler
from what sule (rr angle a shell is
fired, the curved lines of the Turtle
au'o will offer bul a slight rcsistaice.
The bullet will glance up or down
or horizontally.
The driver sees through a periscope and is entirely protected from
builds. Besides the cliaffeur the car
contains four soldiers who wield
rifles llirougli small portholes an 1
man a lour inch gun that can bc tired
at any angle. It will be interesting to
learn what weapon or device the
Germans will evolve to combat the
"Turtle car," which it- said to have
been the invention of an American.
Minard's     Liniment
Friend.
Lumberman's
Stimulate Interest
In Live Stock
A Circuit of Fall Fairs Through the
West  Will  Encourage
Exhibition
The board of the Saskatoon Winter Fair, of which lion. VV.C, Sutherland i>' chairman, proposes lo oiler
the following prizes at lhe Winter
Fi ir lo he held Dec. 4, 5 and 6, 1917:
Horses T-l.'rOi; cattle $2,508; sheep
$1,063; hoes .So. and poultry $2,000;
total of $11,000, This is an increase
over last winter's fair of $5,OHO in
prize money. The classification is
ihe same as being offered al the Re
gina fair, This is the firs! of the
Western winter fairs lo be held in lhe
fall. c
A circuit of (all fairs, consisting of
Regina, Saskatoon and Calgary has
been formed. This will encourage
the exhibitors lo show ai all three
places.
In addition lo lire regular prizes
for rcgisli red slock, provision has
been made for graded stock, which
will permit of ail farmers exhibiting
One of the special features is llie
boys' calf feeding competition open
to boy residents of Canada
Building
Up Quickly
probably tlie very
best food you can
select is
Grape-Nuts.
It contains the
mineral salts and
energy values���all
the nutriment of
whole wheat and
barley ��� digests
easily and quickly,
and the flavor is
delicious.
"TJ-ere's a Reason"
for
Grape-Nuts
Food Shortage in Germany
Three     Hundred     Thousand     Poor
Children in Berlin
There is uo nerd lo exaggerate the
hunger condition of the Fatherland.
It is revealed day hy day in the
press, and the following are. a few
facts culled from the most reputable
papers in  Berlin and elsewhere:  125,-
000 Berlin workers struck as a protest aganlst the reduced bread ration;
bakers' shop windows were smashed
and iheir contents greedily devoured
by famished boys and girls; many
towns are. prohibiting the arrival of
visitors, and ii is a crime io smuggle
food inlo such towns; Lansllllt, in Silesia, has notified Ihe summer resorts within ils jurisdiction that lhcy
must not ealer lor gucsls this year;
and Berlin has sei apart $250,000 to
defray thc expense vi sending 300,-
oon children into the country lo obtain nourishment and (rcsh air. And
these (acts could be added lo by the
bushel, lu onc town nn butter hns
been in the stores for live weeks .In
lhc poor neighborhoods of Munich
cheese is no longer Oil sale. Milk is
sold at prohibitive prices. A mother
was lined 10 marks for consuming
more than a half pint on one day for
her family of five.
THIN-BLOODED
MEN_AND WOMEN
Need the Rich, Red Blood Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Actually
Make
Thin-blooded people do nol remain
so from choice but from indifference,
in some cases from despair. I'eople
who arc pale, languid, with palpitation of the heart, some difficulty ill
breathing and a tendency to bc easily
tired arc suffering from thin blood.
They need only the resolution to take
the righl trcatmenl and slick lo il until cured. Thc remedy that can be
relied upon is Dr. Williams' l'ink
I'ills for Pale People. With every
dose they make new blood, and new
blood means health and strength.
The red cheeks, good appetite, increased weight and strength that follow the use of these pills prove Iheir
great value to lliin-bloodcd people.
Here is an example: Mrs. J. McDonald, Jr., Hay, Out., says: "I honestly
believe Dr. Williams' l'ink I'ills saved my life. Some years ago 1 had
anaemia, and as 1 did not realize the
seriousness of thc trouble 1 soon became a complete wreck. 1 got so
weak 1 could hardly walk. I neither
ate nor slept well, and could not go
up stairs without stopping to rest. Al
times 1 had an almost unbearable pain
in my back and would have lo remain
in bed. 1 suffered alniosl constantly
from a (lull headache, and when
sweeping" if I would stoop to pick up
anything I would gel so dizzy that I
would have to catch hold of something to keep from falling. At times
my heart would beal so fast that 1
would have a smothering sensation.
My eyes wen sunken and my hands
and limbs would bc swollen iu the
mornings. I tried several kinds of
medicine without benefit and my
friends thought I would not recover,
'ihen 1 began taking Dr. Williams'
l'ink I'ills, and belore long could see
and feel  that   they  were helping me.
1 gladly continued the use ot the pills,
uniil I wns completely cured and Ii
cannot say enough in their praise,
and I strongly recommend Ihein lo
all  run down girls and women."
You can get these pills through
any dealer in medicine, or by mail at
.0 pents a box or six boxes for $2.50
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co.,  Brockvillc, Ont.
Conscription in U. S.
Kude and Harsh Measures are Necessary in War Time
in legalizing conscription during
lhc war by an overwhelming majority In both houses congress has exhibited Ihe comliion sense and the
power of quick adjustment which in
an emergency Americans can usually
bc depended on to exhibit. War is a
rude and harsh business, and people
who decide to wage war must follow
up thc decision with rude and harsh
measures. The authorization of recruiting by compulsion is interpreted
by one group as a triumph for democracy and by another as its irretrievable defeat. It is neither. Congress
has not accepted Ihe principle of uni-
vcrsal military service; it has only
adopted the expedient of a selective
draft dining the war. As soon as the
wm is over the question as to how
American armies are lo be recruited
will bc re-opened; and a new decision
will have to bc reached based upon
international political conditions at
thai lime and the enduring international responsibilities of the United
Stales.���From lhe New Republic,
orr Horses, Cuttle,  "... quickly cured by
EGYPTIAN   LINIMENT
I'or Sale hy All  Dealers
Dentins  &   Co.,  Prou'rj,  Napnnee,  0m.
(free Sample on  Request)
Quite a Difference
Did you notice that ill the Kaiser's
telegram to the Crown Prince, he
speaks of carrying llirougli the "light
for existence to a glorious end." No
longer domination, spread of kultur,
and a' that, you notice, but merely
"existence." There i.s a world of
blasted hopes to be read in that
phrase, which may well give the Al-
j lies   heart.���London    Sunday    Tele-
j gram.
|    The Pill That Leads Them All-
Pills arc the mosl portable and co
I pact of all medicines, and when easy
to take are the most acceptable of
preparations. But they must attest
their power to be popular. As Par-
melee's Vegetable Pills are the mosl
popular of all pills ihey must fully
meet all requirements. Accurately
compounded and composed of ingredients proven to bc effective in regu
lating the digestive organs, there is
no surer medicine to be had any
where.     ..
A Bang From Bangs
Borleigli���I nearly    died    laughing
last night.
Bangs���Which one    of your jokes
were \ou telling?
Reduced by Asthma. The constant
strain of asthma brings the patient to
a dreadful stale of hopeless exhaustion . Early use should hy all means
be made of the famous Dr. J.D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy, which
more than any oilier acts quickly and
surely on the air passages and brings
blessed help and comfort. No home
where asthma is present in the least
degree should be withoul ihis great
remedy.
War as Tuberculosis Cure
Not All Gone
Reporter���1 am told that your
trusted cashier has left the bank.
Bank President���Has he? Thank
heaven wc have the building lo start
with again,
"I am ihinking of writing some
fugitive poetry,"
"Don't bother. Nobody will be
running after it."
Outdoor Life of Soldiery Results in
Remarkable Cures |
Sonic mouths ago the Brilish medio! journal lold remarkable laics of
recoveries from tuberculosis made by
British soldiers in France. Now il is
interesting to read lhe opinions express, d ai ihe New York Academy
of Medicine lhat tubercular persons,
unless seriously affected, need nol
cxpi ri io In- exempt from conscrip-
|i( ii on account of physical disabili
Ily, Si,- Willi.on Osier was quoted to
iiii i if. .i lhal army life often results
! in a complete cure of tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis is an indoor disease,
a disease lhal follows man's stupid
habit of shutting himself oil' with
glass .ml walls from fresh air aui
sunshine. In protecting himself from
lire elements the human animal ha.
1' wcred his resistance lo his bacterial enemies, un*il consumption has
become thc great while plague. Wa:
i.s relieving us of many artificial! 'IS
and reintroducing us to the kindly
elements. Hence the recovery���under otherwise favorable conditions���
of ihc tubercular soldier in the field.
War is entitled to whatever ei.dil
_s Its due. Dr. Osier sajs significnl-
ly: "The military profession is far
icss dangerous for a person with i. 1-
i.ronaiy trouble than many occupations of civil life." These many occupations of civil life are crying oul
lo be Hide as healthful as war.���
Calgary  Ncws-Telcgrain,
WOMAN COULD
AROLY STAND
Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound.
w.
N.       U.      1I6J
"Why are yotl pulling thai marl; ill
your hat?"
"I always put one in when I check
il.     So  (ai   this  hat    has    cost     mc
$1.6,10."
Fulton, N. Y. ��� "Why will wo,���en
pny out their money for treatment snd
receive no benefit,
when so many havo
proved that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
will rnaks them
well? For over a
year 1 suffered so
irom female weakness I could hardly
stand and was
afraid to go on the
street alone. Doctors said medicines
were useless and only an operation
would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has proved it
otherwise. 1 am now perfectly well
and can do any kind of work."���Mrs.
Nki.uk Piif.i.ps, cure of R. A. Rider.
R.K.D. No. 6, Fulton, N. Y.
We wish every woman who suffers
from female troubles, nervousness,
backache or the blues could see the letters written hy women made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
If you have bad symptoms and do not
understand the cause, write to th*
Lydia ... Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., for ti-lpful advice given fret.
Viviani's Appeal
To Canadians
	
The Great Struggle for the Cause of
Justice
Deeply impressive were Viviani's
closing words���his direct message
and appeal to Canadians. Willi
arm.- outstretched, he leaned towards
the parliamentarians, "Ve Canadians
who listen to me," he cried iu quivering tones; "yc freemen who sit in
this parliament, pray mark my word)
i realize that you are. farther away
than we from lhe battlefields. The
roar of gnus does not reach your
ears. Vou do not scc the return of
hosts of wounded men. Bul, morally speaking, you arc just as close
as we are lo the fray. Confronting
one another���you and us���we have
autocracy and democracy in a life-
and-dealh struggle. Should, perchance lhe freemen fail to win, democracy and universal justice will
go down lo defeat at the same time.
It was in the cause of justice that,
at all epochs, we drew thc sword.
Jt was in tlie cause o( justice that
Britain and France, together with
their noble allies, entered the war,
It is to enable the children of men
to enjoy well-assured and prolonged
peace, that we arc fighting,"
Looking up to the crowded galleries, peopled by many women, Yi-
viani again stretched forth his arms.
"Mothers," he pleaded, "now listen to
me. 11 is for your children's freedom
lo secure peace and liberty for mankind that a whole generation is giving ils life today making the supreme sacrifice. Let pious thoughts
accompany those who go to thc front.
All laudatory epithets have been exhausted. There is nothing left to
say in their praise other than that
many have given their lives for a
sacred cause, and others are slill
fighting for the salvation of all mankind���fighling for justice, fighting
for truth, lighting for right. Their
fame and their courage must ever
hc au immortal example to all men."
ARLINGTON
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food iis linen.   Ask your denier [or them.
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_-.ITCUm.KR,      ���      CANADA
Keep Minard's Liniment in the house
Loudon Servant���If you please,
ma'am, an official from the government condiment economy board to
inspects the cruets I
All mothers can put away anxiety
regarding their suffering children
when they have Mother Craves'
Worm Exterminator to give relief.
Its effects are sure and lasting.
Where The Wheat Comes From
"There is land enough in lhc great
hard wheal belt of thc prairie country west of the Red River and Lake
Winnipeg to produce a very large
portion of the world's wheat demand.
Scientific agriculturalists say thai
this is the largest continuous ex
pause of rich soil on the American
continent," says Sir George Foster,
Minister of Trade and Commerce for
Canada.
1 was cured of Bronchitis and
Asthma hy MINARD'S LINIMENT
MRS. A. LIVINGSTONE,
Lot 5, P.E.I.
1 was cured of a severe attack of
Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Mahone Bay.       JOHN MADER.
I  was cured ot a severly sprained
leg by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
JOSHUA A.  WYNACHT.
Bridgewaler.
"Buying Hogs"
Sooner or later thc packer and
slaughterer arc going to buy hogs
subject to the post mortem inspection, and the hog raiser who continues to fallen his hogs with tuberculous material should bc made to sus
lain lhe loss arising from his lack of
knowledge, skepticism or indifference,
When the packer buys subject to
the posl mortem results the. intelligent hog raiser will get more for llis
healthy bogs than he does now, and
'he careless breeder will get less fcr
his tuberculous bog.-, which is as ii
should he.���Dr. John I'. Molilc.,
Assl. Chief U.H. Bureau ol Animal
History,
COOK'S   COTfON   ROOT  COMPOUND
A safe, reliable rcgutatln, -___
cine. Sold in three degree! ol
strensrlh. No. I, Jl i No. J, (li
No. 3, |5 per box. Sold br all
druggists, or tent pr.. eld In
plain pneknge on receipt ol
price. I'rce pamphlet Addrtaj
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TYPHOID
b no more necessary
than Smallpox; Army
experience bas demonstrated
the almost miraculous efficacy, and harmtessness, of Antityphoid Vaccination.
fie vaccinated NOW by your physician* you and
your family. It Is more vital than house Insurance*
Ask your physician, dnieelst, or send for Have
you bad Typhoid?" telling of Typhoid y*cclne,
tesults from ua ��and dancer from Typhoid Carriers,
THE CUTTER LABORATORY, BEIKELCY, CAL
raoouciNo vaccines a sir una umdii u. i. gov. ucihsi
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MONEY ORDERS
It is always safe to send a Dominion Ex-
prebs Money Order, Five dollars costs
three cents.
Setting a Good Example
Action of C.P.R. an Incentive to
Everyone
Mr. Charles II. Webster, secretary
of the Live Stock Scclion of lhc Winnipeg Industrial Bureau, advises that
hc hns been informed that the C.P.
R., living up lo lhc aims and oh-
jecls of ihc Life Stock Scclion of the
Bureau, have discontinued serving on
any of llieir menus, veal, suckling
pig, young lambs and squabs,
Thc order is taking place on all
llieir lake boats, Pacific and Atlantic
steamers, B.C. coast steamers, B.C.
lake steamers, C.K.K. dining cars
and C.P.R. hotels.
It is needless to say that whin a
large corporation like the C.P.R.
takes such drastic slcps that it should
bc an incentive to everyone to assist
in a movement of this kind for preserving young animals, and also increasing lhc live stock production of
our counlry.
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|iuILLV THE   liEVIEW.   COTJKT-NEY*   B. I*
f/J
WAR WILL CONTINUE LONG TIME
IS OPINION OF MANY AUTHORITIES
LORD   NORTHCLIFFE   VENTURES   A   PREDICTION
Believes that the War is Just One of a Series, and that Political
Upheavals and Revolutions will Occur in Most of Belligerent
Countries, and Conditions will Improve
year ago, a prominent
���, returning wounded.
York
whli
fn
In
_ More than  ;i
Toronlo   soldi
replied to lhc question of a bore as
lo ihe length of ihc war: "Well
don'l know liow long it will last, but
1 think lln: first seven years will
tlie worst." Ai the time lhe retort
was made lhe proper answer was,
"Mar, hai j" Now, there is another
answer. Several authorities an: pre-
dining a war lhat will  hist for two
<"  line'   years  re.  The latest ol
tiniii is I.unl Nortlicliftc, who has
been astonishingly corrccl a:
('.nil., llie ill \ i lopincnl of lhe war in
many phases, lie thinks llie war wi
Continue for sonic lime yet, I" a
article he contributes for lhe New
I'libune lie makes a comparison
Uie American Civil War. Hi
lhal iu that conflicl both sidci
unready and that it continue!
our years. Al llie oulsct it luu
expected by some optimists te
lasl   for  six   weeks,     lie  argues   that
ihe measure of preparedness is to b
considered when the probable length
ot lhc war is being discussed, In
other words, if lhc unprepared South
against tremendous odds, could lasl
four years, how long can Germany
li ulil mil, having prepared fur forty
years?
When Lord Norlhcliffe writes for
American readers a reasonable discount is necessary, lie loves American readers, which is natural for any
writer. Hc also wants American reliefers lo love him, and in the process
Ik will not spare his own countrymen. On lire whole, Lord Norlhcliffe
is doing a good work in lhc Uniled
Stales through the medium of the
papers which carry his opinions to
the nation. Two years ago his papers were thrown out of clubs and
hotels; hc.was burned lu effigy, and
was for a few weeks competitor of
Hindenburg for lhe prize of the best-
haled man in England. Events proved that his criticism of the Brilish
administration was right. His papers
were restored lo popularity. Soon it
became apparent that his criticism
had been well-founded. Suggestions
he had nraile were adopted. So, if
n��l iv or tomorrow he seems to be
unduly fond of American methods, we
may only hope lhat if Ihese methods
fail, he will not hesitate to speak as
frankly to tho American public as ho
did to lhe Brilish public.
lie looks for a long war. He says
that the three great events of the. war
to dale have been the wonderful defence put up by France, thc entrance
of live Britisii nations inlo lhe war
on the side of England���Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the minor
colonics and India���and the slow
arousing of the United Stales and ils
entry into thc fray. Hc says iu reference to ihc submarine campaign,
lhat in Kngland tlicy do not take il
seriously enough, and that in the
Uniled Stales they take it loo seri-
Olisly. He contends that the submarine cannot win lhc war. He compares il with the thrust upon Calais
and the attack upon Paris. Thev
were, in his opinion, mere secondary
thoughts, devised afler the grand
plan ot the German army had failed.
The grand plan was lhe capture of
I'aiis.
Lord Xorlhcliffc says that the waits jusl one of a series of wars. The
submarine campaign he considers a
mere phase, and he docs not believe
that ii eau achieve anything. Already
it lias produced a revolution in Russia, an upheaval compared with
which the French revolution was a
Ire.nor. He believes lhat other upheavals will follow and thai revolutions will continue Jo accompany the
war lo lhe end. In his vii SV it is
impossible to conduct such a tremendous and long-sustained war
wilhoui political revolutions in most
of the belligerent countries. He believes, too, what most of us believe,
tl nt one of the results of the struggle
will be an improvement iu Ihe condition of the working classes. They
will be contented no longer to accept
tlie wages thai v-ere offered ihem before the war. Ihey will demand
greater percentage of the profits
which liny en ale. 'I'hey will net
what they demand.
His arihle is entitled "How lhc
World Shall Kill lis Prussian Cobra," and he asks his readers to imagine that the allies are dealing with
n cobra, or, in other words, wilh a
slate that will spare no effort lo gain
its point. A few days ago lhc Queen
of Greece said lhat her brother was
fighling for his dynasty. In the light
lie has with him the ruling classes
of Germany. They feel that they are
fighling for their lives. When a cobra
is lighting for its life it is idle lo suppose that il will take inlo-account
any rules of the game. The recent
German order that all hospital ships
will bc sunk is an illustration of the
point raised by Lord Northcliffe. \\ e
in Canada havc not yet come lo this
pass. Wc are fighting for our country,
er for our honor, or for democracy,
or for representation by population,
or for the grealesl good lo lhe greatest number, or for some other noble
abstraction. Wc light well for them.
Do we fight as we would liglit for
'in- lives? Thai is how Germany is
lighting, ami we have io light the way
Germany is fighting before we
beat Germany! Toronlo Mail
Knipirr.
ran
and
Russian Monks to bc
Sent to the Battle!.out
Criminal   Prisoners  Allowed   to  Join
the Army
All   the   monks  of   Russia     will   lie
SCIIt lo thi' fronl lu serve ill    lhe de
partment of sanitation, according to
orders issued hy lhe Russian war
ministry, Kay brothers will be recruited as soldiers. Recently the
monks demanded equal political
rights with the lay population, including ihe vote, and Ihey have been
giving/other marked evidences of revolutionary zeal.
I'ive  hundred criminal  prisoners  in
ihi' province of Nizhni-Novgorod
have petitioned the government that
they^ be sent to join Ihc army. A
special commission lias examined
ir, d accepted .)0t. of those who signed
the petition.
A novel measure lo suppress thievery in the soldiers' barracks has been
put into practice in Petrograd, A
captured thief was forced to walk
along the Nevsky Prospect bearing
placards with the inscription: "1
stole sugar and shoes from the sol
dicrs." A\ler the ordeal tea was
given to him and he was released on
his promise to bc good. A similar
slory -;omcs from Bessarabia, where
a clerk of lhc war organization was
accused of stealing a horse. A yoke
was placed aboul his neck and hc
was exhibited ou a platform erected
German Delusions
The Blindly  Obedient Belief  of the
German People in Their
War Lords
There eau be no hope of genuine
reform iu Germany until an overwhelming majority realize and admit
the absurdity of their present belief
that their country, after exhausting
every possible, means of keeping the
peace, was forced to defend herself
against a ring of jealous eneniie
That delusion is thc foundation slonc
upon which the government have
reared their whole gigantic structure
of falsehood. People will light equally
hard for llieir beliefs whether Ihosc
beliefs lie right or wrong, and uniil
lhis .oundalion stone is torn away
ihe combination of millions of blindly
obedient industrial human ants, puling all iheir faith in a set of unscrupulously ambitious leaders, will Continue lo be a firebrand in the sonny of nations. This slonc is so
firmly set thai il cannot be moved
until Gi rmany is forced lo admit thai
she  is defeated.
While the majority of Germans
whine at the llritish blockade of lire
I'i'iiiiaii stomach, Ihey delight in their
own government's blockade of the
German mind. If a "neutral" comes
to England from Germany lie is ashed by everyone he meets, "How arc
ihings really there?" Reverse the
proceeding and lhc average German
would not think of Becking information, Only ideas with the made lu
Germany label are good enough for
him.
The entrance of the. United Stales
will have no immediate cffccl of depression upon lhe German people,
Since the lirsl winter if the war
they have been educated lo the belief thai America has been doing
practically all she could against ihem.
-���I). Thomas Curlin in London Daily
Mail.
PALESTINE FOR JEWISH NATION
MAY SOON BECOME A REALITY
REPUBLIC   OF   Jl'Ui.A   WOULD   BE   ESTABLISHED
"Justice for Everyone"
Roosevelt Outlines Rearrangement of
Europe  After the War
"Justice   for  everyone"  should    be
the keynote nf peace terms for Germany, says Colonel Theodore Roose-
vell, in an article entitled, "Put the
Flag on the Firing Line," in the June
'issue of the  Metropolitan Magazine.
"Thc Prussianized Germany of ihe
| tlohcii-ollcrns," says he, "has shown
I itself   more   the   enemy     of   freedom,
j humanity,   justice   and  international
in a public square,
I'he     palace     of      Kshesinskaya,! right  ihan  was Napoleon's    I
properly    of    the   dancer and form-  Let us strive  for the peace  -if
er    favoriu-    of    Empress  Nicholas,! lice and of international right
which    had
'  ,
jus-
Did
tronf-i Ihey bill know it, lhc Gi ruin i people
hold for the adherents of Nikolai themselves would benefit by our vic-
l.ei'ine, the radical Socialist leader, tcry; and especially the people of
is on lhe point of being surrendered   Soulh   Germany  and    Austria,    whi
The World War May Bring Fruition to the Idea that has Persisted
Through Many Centuries, and Many Believe Hope of
Jews Is Within Reach
The Republic of Juilea or the Kepi blic of Israel, a home-ruled nation
���under thc protectorate of lhe United Stales of America. Site: The laud
of  their fathers,    Palestine;    eapilal,
Jerusalem,
The woild war in Ihc view of many
seems about lo bring true the dream
lhat has persisted through the centuries that the Jew has wandered lhe
earth, lie. is about to have his own
home back again, lo live there or
visit iu security, 'lhat lhis r-"eurity
should be maintained by America is
lhe idea of Israel  Zangwill.
"Such a protectorate," he said,
"would he expected, of course, lo endure only so long as was necessary lo
see. lhe Jewish nation firmly established among lhe nations of the
earth."
This statement to lln- United Press
by lhe great leader oi Jewish opinion is significant for ils indication of
a '.neeling point between the efforts
he has led and the efforts of tlio
Zionists of whom Louis I). Brandeis
has been lhe most prominent in
America, lhe Zionists havi' made
Pr lestine their sole objective. Zang-
will's organization has urged lhat it
is more important that ihe jews
should colonize somewhere nl lhe
earliest possible time llian lhat they
should return to llieir own ancient
land. Admitting the strength of the
tic thai binds them lo Palestine, he
has urged lhat if this is not feasible
ihey should settle elsewhere. He has
iu ihe past sought the Brilish government's aid for a proposed settlement in South Africa, Canada or
Australia.
Now he agrees Palestine itself
seems  within   reach.
I'he "yes of thirteen million Jews,
scattered throughout lhe world, are
on General Murray's army now seeking to drive the Turks oul of. the
country lhat the Jews oiiee had.
From lhis thirteen million, perhaps,
sh mid be  excluded  the  -is  hundred
to its rightful owner. Afler a
process ill the courts the keys
delivered to the woman, win
permitted to examine lhe    prcn
Young America
Would Lend a Hand
California Youths Would    Help
Work Alberta Farms
om  the tyranny
mid    he guaranl
lung  woild be  fre
I'liissii    and
was   their rights,
ises.      "Belgium and  Franc
restored all thai has In
Ihem.  Ihe  Turk  musl
���a democratic Russia
nople would threaten
| inenia  should  bc  free
toj oris.    Austria is  not a
a knot of nationalities, of wliicli two
tyrannize over llie others.    Let the
Following the example,    of    three Hungarians   keep    Magyar Hungary
hundred students of the  Illinois Ag-land  the  Austrians  German   Austria'.
..cultural  College, who are now    iiijLct lhe Italians have the    Trcnlino
must have
.-rr la!., ii from
have Kurope
ai Constanti-
o one. Ar-
iiid autouom-
eoimlry,    bul
Western Canada, helping in agricultural operations, nearly 11)0 .stout-
limbed boys down in Pasadena, California, would like, lo come lo Alberta for the summer and help out on
the farms, says the Edmonton Journal. The physical director of the
high school in thai cily has written
to the. board of trade ar-.king if there
is any need of their services in lhe
Edmonton district or other parts of
the province. He says lhe boys are.
between sixteen and twenty years ofl inenls
age, and have felt ihe promptings of such
war lime patriotism to the extent of
being willing lo olfer themselves for
farm service wherever they may be
wanted most, 'lhe fact that Alberta
has appealed to ihein as a lirst choice
is taken as a pleasant indication of
lhc. feeling across lln' Iim tow-aril
this part of allied Canada, and Secretary  Fisher  will assure thc    young
Californians that their act! in is appreciated, li is possible, however,
that lhe harvest season in Alberta
will be too late to come within the
school holiday period, and s,, the offer may not prove acceptable,
Eack
and Trieste. I el (here bc a great
Serbia, a great Bohemia, a great
Rumania.
"Poland should once morc lie a nation, which should include all of the
Polish lands, ; nd have an oullcl lo
the Baltic tlirougli old Polish Prussia, old West Prussia. Fast Prusia,
which is German, would be unavoidably separated from the other German lands, bul it could be kept united wilh Ihem politically, by arrange-
r through railway traffic,
WC .have, wilh Canada on
cur international railroads.
"Tire Germans would keep Ger-
iii mv, would lose nothing hut the
right to oppress others, would suffer
no injustice, Ireland should have
Home lliilc. Seek justice lor everyone; tli- Dane of North Schlcswi-r: | l\;i|''-J
the Finn, the 1'nialc, lhe Caucasian
in Russia, lindcavor. lo secure a
guarantee of real religious freedom
and fair play alike for Catholic, I'm-
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tin' basis of straightening out thej
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There is a strong belief in England that restoration of Palestine to
(lie Jews would be a profitable polit
leal undertaking for the Brilish.
"It is not expected," said Mr.
Zangwill, "thai all lhe Jews of tho
woild would Hock there to mako
their homes. It is my belief that tlio
Jewish agriculturalists who lind living
difficult elsewhere, should bc aided to
return and that they should form
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Zangwill won the support of Joseph Chamberlain and Winston
Churchill to his colonization schenu
before thc war, but South Africa,
Canada and Australia opposed it in
luni. A Jewish nation in Palestine
is another matter.
The menace which Turkish possession of Palestine offers Kgypt and
the tirade route to India must bc removed, Brilish statesmen agree. Er-
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lhc recreation of the Jewishi state
lhc best solution. Opinion changed,
however, during lhe war, largely be-
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nation sympathetic toward Germany
would be a dangerous one to have
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1'iitish  Empire.
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provisional government of equal
rights for the Jews in Russia, waj
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Jewish slate in Palestine now would
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is believed.
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Mr. Balfour has concluded Iris mis*
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speech lo tlie American people, delivered al the National Press club,
was worthy of that .great audience
and of ils author's reputation. He
spoke with that deep, restrained feeling, that hue thought charged wi'.h
generous emotion, that clearness,
grace, sobriety and gor-d laste that
arc characteristic of him. Hc spoke
with a noble sympathy and appreciation of lhc work done by the government, by the president, lhc American war work SO far. lie was just
lo lhe country. He .'.as just to the
press, He described simply and
powerfully ihe "impressions the most
pleasurable, the must momentous"
of his month among us.
The American impressions of him
are the same. He was received with
an enthusiasm tiiat must have ii:r-
prised him, a modest, shy man, unused to popular applause.
Iu personal dignity, in urbanity, in
ihc authority of a long, brilliant career, in his manly, thoughtful speech,
to lhe purpose and without glitltr
of rhetoric, by llis evident response
to the popular emotion, the feeling
of ihis great democracy, in his demeanor and his work, he more than
reilizrd expectation. Here was a
greal British statesman, equal to lis
place and fame.
lie will be long remembered in
America. He has done a hi.-h s.r-
vice (o Great Britain and all demo-
cracics.���The New York Times.
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van of lhe province
t THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Letters to the Editor
Editor Courtenay Review
Dear Sir.���Certain persons in
this district have Insinuated that my
collections for the Over-Seas Club
Tcbacco Fund. etc. would not
stand investigation and thut the
lists were not published In the local papers
I may state that knowing   these
persons as I do, I knew that it
would be made. 1 theiefore took
the precaution to have all my col
lection lists audited by responsible
persons anil lo have the subscribers
names and amount donated bv each
published in the local papers
If these persons have not seen
the published lists, then either the.
are not loyal enough to the district
to subscribe to llie local  papers  or
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the   Cumberland,   Road,  Courtenay.
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We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement
McBRYDB
The baker of Better Bread
Opposite the city hall
else are not interested in the   news
of the district in which   they  live.
Therefore iu hopes that someone
will call their attention to this letter. I will give the name of the
paper, the page, amount, and how
it was remitted.
The over-Sens Club Tobacco Fund
The Review, page 5, Dec. 10.
1914. $115, Hank draft,
Tlle Review. page 5; Jan. 2$,
1917, $100._o; Hank- draft.
The Review, page 1, March 22,
10,17, $1,00, money order from
P, 0, Sandwick.
Comox Argils, pii'.e 3,  June   7.
1917. $9.75, Money Order   l1    O
Courtenay.
Tbe Overseas Club Aircraft Fund.
Collected by Mr. ami Mrs. SluitUS
Miss Siiiiins, and Mis. R. McCuuig
nee Miss Alice Beaton.
Tlie Review, page S, Sept 9, 1915
$78.50.
The Machine Gun Fund Committee gave uie $74.19, ami Capt.
Vigors $20,00. then the three
amounts were I'm warded in one
b ink draft,
The OverSeus Club Hamper Fund
The Review, page 5, Jan. 4. 1917
$206,17, nel $157,21, remitted by
bank draft,
Mr, F. C. Brock, manager of the
Canadian Bank of Commerce audit
ed the collection lists and issued
drafts for tlie large amounts, the
smaller amounts vveie sent by Post
Ollice Money Orders.
Mr W. A. VV. Hames audited
the list published on Jan. 25th mi 7
I have the official receipts from
the Overseas Club, the amounts
were alto acknowledged in the
Times, weekly editi-jii, l/mclou,
Eng.
These can be seen by anyone at
my house, Furthermore Mr. P,
Philip Harrison gave me ��5 for
cigarettes to be sent to Mr, Stoddart who was then in the hospital
in- England.
Mr, JoliUjThomson gave me $5.15
for a 1.1.o pound Christmas box
to be sent to his brother in the 9th
Argyle and   Sutherland   Highlan
ders,
The above two items were sent
through the Overseas Club.
The above items cover'the whole
of my collections.
I am. dear sir.
Yours truly
II. Scott Porteous.
Hon. Cor,   Sec.   OverSeas   Club,
London, Eng,
Editor Courtenay Review.
Dear Sir:���The question of the
hour is double taxes anil bad roads
During a little discussion 1 n the
above a few days ago, a gentleman
remarked, using an expletive, "y u
know it all," Of course I couldn't
help feelinga little conceited at the
remark, however, I must confess
that, tuv knowledge is very limited
Still my feelings retain their human
sensitiveness, and my Intellect is
just bright enough to know when
my digestive organs need recharging,
Now, } r, Editor, should we, tlle
Ratepayers of Comox distinct sit
and make asses of ourselves, or is
lhis a trick of nature? However,
if we are content and tuke tllis Liberal dope, Darwinism i.s all right,
and we will own up to a very near
relationship to Baalam's Bleed.
II. V
Oregon & California Railroad Co. Grant Lands
Title to same revested in Uimited
States by Act of Congress, dated
June 9. 1916. Two million, three
hundred thousand acres to be opened up for homesteads and sale.
Timber and Agricultural lands
Containing some of the best land
left in United States. Now is the
opportune time. Large map showing lands by sections an d description of soil, climate, rainfall, elevations, ect. Postpaid $1, Grant
Lands Locating Co., Box 610.
Portland, Oregon.
COMOX
Nurse Lopsousky of St. Joesph's
Hospital is enjoyi ig a well earned
holiday at l/,ulvsiiiiili.
Sister Superior and Sister Juliana
of St.   Joseph's   Convent,    Prince
Rupert, who have been visiting   at
tlle Hospital left for their home on
i Monday morning.
i     Miss l'eggy   Beadnell   who   lias
j been ill at St. Joseph's hospital for
a fortnight has returned home,
Card of Thanks
The Sisters ol St. Joseph wish to thank
nil wlm contributed to the linen shower
last week, also all those who arranged
the programme and assisted in auy way,
especially the j.adies ol the Altar Society
for their great kindness to the Hospital,
I     "Bill, what's lhe difference be-
| tweeen an optoinist   and   a   pessimist?"
"well, it's this way 'Arrv,
When the nosches are strafing, at
a hoptimist 'e thinks the shells are
just being fired indiscriminate like
at no one in parlic'lar, while a
pessimist 'e thinks every shell is
meant for 'isself."
Your Printing!
Cannot be done any
better or any cheaper anywhere else in
B. C.  than at th
eview
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To mark cattle for identification
nu inventor has patented stud buttons that can be clamped through
their ears.
t It may be interesting to some of
our housewives lo can with cold
water. It calls for thoroughly
clean fresh jars wilh good sound
rubber rings. Pack tlie fruit or
vegetables iu the bottles and set the
bottles In a bucket. Then pour
water on the fruit from a hose or
tap and continue until al| tlle air
bubbles are excluded, 'I'he water
must go 011 with a force iu order lo
paoi. tlie fruit tight and exclude
the air. Put the cap on under
water, seal aud inveil the bottle to
test if il is tightly sealed. Tllis
method hoi Is good for all firm
fruits and vegetales, Economy
jars are uot suitable a.s thev require
heat to seal them. Any oilier
brand which bus 11 light sealing
rubber ring will der.
I,tine for Agricultural purposes
I'onia'iis calcium carbonate 99,5 in-
soluable acids 0,3, and I races of
Iron, aliiiiinicii. and magnesium cut
bouate, and is verv beneficial lo alniosl any kind of land, particularly
low lying hinds or clayey soils,
Wherever wire worms abound, lime
should be used, Il is iiiil necessary
in use quick line alone ground
limestone is very beneficial. Ex-
pei'iueiils have shown that, whenever lime bus been used lhe crops
have been greater and of better
quality '.ban where none has been
used. The greatest icraease, however, was where sulphate of ammonia and lime were used. Lime
i.s a constituent of nearly every
plant, clover containing the most,
viz. 40 pounds of bine to the ton,
This i.s probably why plowing
under a crop of clover gives such
good results the following year.
The proper proportion of lime required lu anv soil can only be found
by experiment ou the actual soil
As an approximate figure, however
for the lighter soils probably 1500
pounds per acre would b_ sufficient
while for low lying clays, inclined
to be sour, 3000 pounds would not
be too much. The north end of
Texada Island abounds with limestone particularly adapted for the
land hereabouts, and the Pacific
Lime Co, will be pkased to give
any information possible on application.
The man who sows the wind
usually gets an over-production of
whirlwind.
HOT WORK
Cooking three meals a day over a hot
stove. There's no longer any need for it
An Electric Kitchen
is Cool
Make Hubby order an
Electric Range
TO-DAY
He uses the most up-to-date and efficient machines in his business
You, his wife, are entitled to the same
up-to-date equipment for your kitchen
For Sale by
TheCourtenayElectric
Light Heat and Power
Company Limited

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