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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
We Can Sell It
THE  REVIEW
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VOL. 2
COURTENAY. B. C. THURSDAY JUNE 11. 1914
NO. 29
HOME
8 1-2 Acres in Courtenay
One Mile from Station; Good House and Barn,
Fronting on Two Roads; Good Fresh Water
Stream, all in good state of cultivation
This will make a lovely home for the
man who is lucky enough to buy at
$4,500, Easy Terms
ISLAND REALTY COT
<P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
HARDY & BISCOE
Real Estate and Insurance Agents
Auctioneers, Etc
Phone 10
Courtenay
CORNER LOT
Double  Corner Lot on Main Street, within two
minutes walk of Post Office, Price $1,250
75 ACRES
with good house and outbuildings, etc., half mile of
Sea Frontage.   About 20 Acres under cultivation.
Price $175 per acre.   Terms one-fifth cash
BUY A HOME
On Easy Terms While Prices Are Low
THREE BARGAINS
5 Room House, on Lot and Half, $1,700
4 "      "     "   "    "     "     1,400
5 "      "     " Large Lot       1,300
Well situated with good view, about five minutes
walk from Post Office. Only a moderate cash
payment required and balance at $15 per month
It's Just as Easy as Paying Rent
R. fl. Allan
Real Estate Insurance
THE
REVIEW
Give us your order for
Letterheads, Billheads,
Statements, Envelopes,
Wedding Stationery, Etc.
LOCAL LINES
Victor Halliday is suffering with
an abscess on the pupil of his right
eye.
Dou't forget the dance ou July i
in the Opera House. Cumberland
Orchestra.
Mr, Shore, of Shore & Grant
hotelkeepers. Victoria, was in towu
ou Monday,
The crops all over the Island
appear to be at least three weeks
in advance of former years.
Born���at Sandwick, on June 8,
at the home of Mrs. Marshall, to
Mr. and Mrs. R.  Surginor, a son.
Messrs. Isaac Davis, Harry
Piercy, and Win. Grieves, left for
fexada Island to work on their
claims.   "
Mr. Heisterman, of Robertson
& Heisterman, Solicitors for the
Waterworks Co., arrived by auto
on Monday morning.
T. Sanderson, vegetable expert,
of the Dept. of Agr.. Victoria, was
in the valley last Friday and Saturday, endeavoring to interest the
farmers in growing vegetables for
market.
At the meeting of the Comox
Woman's Institute yesterday afternoon Mrs, Smith was appointed a
delegate to attend the annual convention at Duncans on June ss
and 23.
The Department of Education
established a public school at Royston on Monday with twenty pupils
on the roll. The school trustees
are Messrs. Cameron and Roy with
Mr. Gathercole as secretary of the
bo.rd.
A large black bear came out of
the woods where a gang of men
and a donkey engine, were working
on the Oyster River road on Friday
last, He stood up on his hind legs
took a look at the engine, and
made off into the bush again. Mr.
W. H. Hoff and his mate were
within fifty yards of him, but by
the time they had rushed to the
wagon and got a rifle, bruin had
gone.
Miss Blanchard wishes to an.
nounce that she has moved her
dressmaking establishment into the
Perez Block on Isabel Street, and
is prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking and Ladies' tailoring, at
reasonable prices. Fit and work
guaranteed.
For Sale���Rhode Island Red
eggs for hatching; new blood from
the mainland. Bruce Towler, Cumberland Road.
To Rent���5 roomed house with
basement, hot and cold water,
modern conveniences. Apply J.
R. Johnson.   Courtenay Hotel.
T, D, Hind is closing out his
Gent's Furnishings goods at 20
per cent off regular selling prices.
Some of these lines are below
manufacturers prices.
For Sale-Sixty-five acres in
Happy Valley, will sell 20 or 45.
Good first class soil, 500 fruit trees,
100 bearing. Good buildings.
Apply box X Review ofiice.
Do you want cordwood or poles
cut with circular saw? If so call
up Grimsley & Hodgkinson.
Telephone 36, or enquire B. C.
Investments. Wood delivered '$4
per load.
Cumberland Steam Laundry For
Sale���Buildings, boiler, engine,
and machinery and - all utensils.
Good business will be sold at a
bargain. Can be seen at any time.
Price $1250.   Liberal terms.
ST. JOHN'S SCHOOL
COURTENAY
Private Day School for Girls and
Small Boys
Kindergarten hours from 10 to 12
Private Taition  in Music,  French and
German
Hall Term commences June 2 J
Miss M. King     ���    Principal
Mr. Perriot left on Sunday's
boit, to spend a few days at Victoria.
Mr. G. J. Hardy returned from
a motor trip to Parksville aud Al-
b_ui, ou Sunday,
Misses Alice Gibbons and Kflie
Stvauson have leturned from a
fortnights visit with relatives at
Ladysmith.
A heavy frost came down from
the mountain last Thursday night
aud did a lot of damage to potato
tops and beans in various places
throughout the Valley,
Chief Fishery Inspector Taylor,
of Nanaimo, was in town last week
and appointed Mr. Andrew Monroe
temporary fishing iuspeclor, in
place of John Masson, deceased.
At the meeting of Tsolum Lodge
K. of P., last Thurday evening,
officers for the ensuing term were
nominated. The lodge also decided
to meet every second Thursday
night instead of weekly as heretofore.
La Forest & Fortune, the Comox
blacksmith*, have just installed a
phone, uo M 92.
Boyd's Shorthand College, Vancouver, are offering special reduced
rates for the next two months. If
interested, communicate with them.
There will be a building bee at
the Courtenay Athletic grounds on
Friday evening from 6 to 8, tor the
purpose of building a fence around
the grounds. Everyone who can
weild a hammer or saw is requested
to attend.
The Board of Trade held their
regular session on Thursday evening last. There was only a fair
attendance of members present.
The various standing committees
reported progress, and other routine
business disposed of,
Everitt Car For  Hire
R.   BOWRING
at Duncan & Birch Garage
Union Bay Road
Telephone 38 COURTENAY
B. S.  Fenn begs to announce that he will
return to Courtenay at the end of July and
will  open   his   Photographic  Studio   in  the
early part of August
H.   H.   M.   BEADNELL
Courtenay Avenue is to be shortly opened up from
the Unior Bay Road to the Station. Toe cheapest
and largest lots in Courtenay, 50 x 120, face on
this street. Prices to be raised shortly. Now is
the time to buy
Sea Frontage with Beautiful Sandy Beach
25 1-2 Acres, good land and most of it is easily
cleared, on Kye Bay, road to property.   Price for
14 days $135 per Acre.   Terms, 1-3 Cash, balance
in one and two years
Phone 24
Courtenay
WANTED!
Everybody to call and see our choice selection of
Small Groceries, Biscuits, Candies, Etc. Also Hams
arid.Bacon, Tobaccos and Cigars in large variety
All Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Nothing but the Best.   Pi ices Right
SHEPHERD & HORNBY
Local^Delivery
Telephone 40
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
Is Your House Insured?
If [Not, Why  Not?
Call.jor telephone'for rates in reliable companies
CHAS. G. CALLIN
Telephone 42 ��� COURTENAY 1H__rf-EVnW. COTTRTl!-.AY. T*.C
TM testa*, ���__* _n__M_f||_| I
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
Mm thus ta .tttok How u_ dear y��w bead.  They
ie tee*, natata tllher p__i_.tt��, __���n_ . i_orehla��
���__ ____����� inf.  25* t tea**
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N*-MM. MM �����_ M__l����l 99. ** ItUH, llllll
Most Important
of all
A food that is at once
appetizing, nourishing
and easy to digest.
Do you sometimes
overlook this important purchase?
COWAN'S
PERFF.CTION
COCOA
!    A Pankhurst Hoire of the Future
i    Christabel Pankluirsl lias   an Idea
I that the home of the future, when
women get tlm vote aud have (ho upper hand, will bo n kttchenless home.
There will bo no cooking to bo done,
no dish washing,    Families  "ill gol
Lthelr meals al  restaurants nnd    the
[women will be treo to r.tteud to tho
, public duties which demand their attention.    The  Idea  is  quite   popular
[among women or a certain type,
WORMS
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Intestinal  v.i.nt.s.    N'.iuly  hh lnul
100   llillrll   to   .cell   '. til.     LlHill   lnul
'.in m ile nth,    S|_hn'�� Cine v. ill
ilu- appetite, ami i
Acts i n ,-. inula mul lilmiil.      Mill (III
nnd fold !������.  r.ll ilit ir..I_.v
SPOHN (MEDICAL  CO , Chemists,  Qoshen,  Indiana,  U.S.A.
nil round and ilon >  "nl i_
i.i wiih eaeli li
.  ViV
_jy_/
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A  Sure  Corrective of  Flatulency.��� I
When the tmili_.esl.i-il food lies in tin'
stomach it throws off gato3 causing
pains  and  oppression   in   tlie   stom-'
ac.li ic region,   The belching or eructation   of  these, gases   is  offensive  anil
the only  way  to  prevent  litem  is  t��
restore the stomach to proper net inn.
Parmelee's  Vegetable  Pillo  will    do
this.    Simple directions go villi each
packet, and a  eoiirse of them  taken]
systematically  L certain  io ?__.!  a
"^Jasaaer"	
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Granaries
That Increase Profits
nre the ones that arc right on your own farm.
They arc the kind that enable you to hold your
grain, without storaee charges or waste from rats or
other rodents, until you can obtain the best prices. They
are the kind that need no repairs and last a lifetime.
They are the kind that
Are Built of Concrete
Concrete never wears out. It'< the farmer's best g
insurance against loss from fire, rodents or any o
cause.
"What the Fanner can do with Concrete" is the
of a tree book that shows how you can build
better buildings on the farm with concrete, anil
save money by the operation. Write for it today,
Farmer's Inform*lion Bureau
Canada Cement Company Limited
507  Herald Building, Montreal
No Place Like Home
Teacher���When   the   prodigal son
returned, Tommy, whal dill liis tattler I
lio': |
Brlglil   Boy���He  nearly   killed  tlie j
fin calf.
SPRING SURITIES
IN THE BLOOD
A   Tonic Medicine   is a Necessity at:
This Season
Dr,  Williams'  Pink   Pills  for-Pale!
People nre an nil year round  tonic,
blood-builder  nnd  nerve-restorer.   Hut
they  ure.   especially   valuable  In   tli i,
spring   when   (lie  system     is  loaded
with impurities as a result of the in-;
iloor life of the winter inoiilrs. There |
is no other season whei. the blood Is I
so much In need of purifying r.nd enriching, ami every dose of these pills j
helps ti  make now,  rich, red  blood.
In  the  spring one  feels  weal;    anil j
tired���Dr.  Williams'  Pink   Pills give |
strength.   ._ the spring the appetite
is  often  pqpr��� Dr.    Williams'    Pink!
Pills  develop   the  appetite,  tone  the |
stomach and aid weal; digestion.    It j
is in tlie spring tha' poisons in Ihe I
blood (1ml an outlet    In    disfiguring
pimples,    eruptions    and    boils���Dr.
Williams'   Pink   Pills   speedily   clcri-J
the skin because they go to t'.:e root j
of the trouble in tlie blood.    In  the
j sluing anaemia, rheumatism, indigos-;
tlon? neuralgia, erysipelas and  many:
other troubles are most porsislon- be-
! cause of poor, weak blood, and il is
I al   this  time  when'all  nature  talies j
I on new life that the blood most. Ber-
lo'tlsly needs attention.    Some people:
j dose themselves with purgiitiv.-i   at
i this   season,  but those  only  further I
weaken    themsdlves.      A    purgative j
I merely   gallops  through   tbe  system,!
i emptying the bowels, hut it does not
cure anything.    On    the    other band]
Dr, . Williams'    Pink    Pills    actual-
lj     muke  new blood  which  reaches
| every nerve and organ In the body,
bringing  new  strength,  new    health
I and vigor to weak, easily tired men.]
| women and children,    Try Dr.  Will-
lams'     Pink   Pills  this  spring���Iliey!
will nol disappoint you.
Sold  by nil    medicine   dealers cr
sent hy mail al 50 cents a box or six '
boxes for $2.50 by The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Out. i
^^  No need
of a Tow
you grease your wheels with
Mica Axle Grease
it lightens the load and naves wear and tear.
There's Mica in it, that's why. .
THE  IMPERIAL  OIL  CO.,  Limited
Winnipeg Calgary Recta* **
_-dn.onton SnsJ*nl��o:i Vancouver Toronto
Buy this oven-tested flour
Your oven will certainly pro��
ritiec more bread and better bread
as a result of our oven test.
From each shipment of wheat
ieliverod at our mills we take a
ten-pound sample. It is ground
into flour.   We bake bread from
PI    PIW^'^ "��ur'   'f this '"''-'ad is high in
���  "<��l 9*tW quality and large in quantity we
\        use the shipment of wheat from
V     which it came.  Otherwise, we sell
it.
The baking quality of flouj
under this name is thererore
arfi exact
benefit!
certainty.
Buv^ and
\ /
"More Bread and Better/Bread" and
"BetterXPastry_Too"        tai
.Pastry/Too'
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FARMERS
Can always make sure ot gctt ng the highest prices for WHEAT,
OAT3, BARLEY and FLAX, by shipping their car lots to FORT WILLIAM  AND  PORT ARTHUR and having  thein  sold  on  commission  by
THOMPSON   SONS   AND   COMPANY,
THE   WELL-KNOWN   FARMERS'  AGENTS
ADDRESS 701-703 Y.,  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEO
No   Time   For   Riddles
Excitable   party   at   lelephriuo���Hcl-
lo!      Who   is   tills?     Who   is   tills,   1
sny'.'
_tln  ni  Other    End -Haven't    got
Mine lo guess riddles.    Tell yourself
who you are.
rain
lier
title
ran
Makes Better Tea
and More of It
"Why did  Ilie.,   Bro Dutsy  Rhodes
from the Order of Ihe Sons of Rest?"
���Ter bavin' witter on the brain."
Constipation-
is an enemy within the camp. It will
undermine the strongest constitution
and ruin the most vigorous health.
It leads to indigestion, biliousness,
Impure blood, bad complexion, sick
headaches, and is one of the most
frequent causes of appendicitis. To
neglect it is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's
Indian Koot Pills positively cure
Constipation. They arc entirely
vegetable In composition and do not
sicken, weaken or gripe. Prcservt
your health by taking
Dr. Morse's    ".
Indian Root Pills
W. _. U. 999
Denny-
sound?
He i my
phiinl.
Hoarse?
-What     is    thnl
rasping
.flint's  Grey   liling  a   com-
Oil for Toothache���There is no pain
so acute nnd distressing r.s toothache. When you have so unwelcome
it visitor apply Dr. Thomas' Kcleotrlo
Oil according to directions nnd you
will find Immedate relief. It touches
the nerve with soothing effect nud
the pain departs ul onee. That ii will
ease toothache is another Hue quality of this Oil, showing the many
uses  it  has.
Parent- what is your reason for
i wishing to marry my daughter.
Young Man���] have no reason, sir;
11 a.'i  in  love.
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.
Smiles
Usually   show   up
with Post Toasties.
And why not, when
the famous "toasties"
flavor begins operations 1
There's a deal of skill required in conking and toasting
llicse thin bits of corn so
that every one of the millions
of crinkly flukes has the
delicious Toasties taste that
Invites one to call for more.
Post Toasties come in scaled packages���fresh, crisp and
appetizing-
Ready to ent with creani or
good milk, and a sprinkling
of sugar if you like
Post
Toasties
���sold by Grocers.
Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Windsor, Om.
A  ,_akeshift
Modest Suitp.��� 1 um golrg to marry your sister, Jimmy, but I know I
' am not good enough for her.
Candid Ultle Broteer���That's what
she says, but mamma's been  telling
her she can't do nny better.
To  Cure   a  Cold  In  One   Day
Take  LAXATIVE  BROMO  QUININE
Tablets. Druggis s ret'iiml inou.y if it
fails to cure.    E. W. CROYK'S sTgna-
tiire is on  each  ho::.    ��..jr.
Bcnevolcr
doos an automobih
"Why
"To  safeguard   the
i i.litul."
deaf
uitoir."
and    the
m krv losses surely prevented
Kl  Al.K    >" Cults, i Bluklai run.    li'��-
IIIV-IVIV    t.rl,i���.!. trail,,  -Until- pr.fm-._l l��
Western stnckirieil hei:__ then pra-
_     ���m ^���    feet   where   other   vaccinal   (ail.
���     lv# ��    Write tor li_k_t and te_tloioiil_la.
I     W* I  ��     ID-do- >k|e. Blaeklei Pllla $1.00
I   - | IA *    M-o-oie ikaa   Blaeklei Pine   A 09
_���_�� but Ini-tur. hut Cutter** lieil-
The mipcrlnrllf nf Cutler prodUcU la rhie tn oier II
ycara of   .eclaltzliin In vteolnee an* iiruml only.
inalat en Cutter'a.   if iu__ii__t��. ordor direct,
THE  CUTTER   UBORATOSY.  Berkeley, Calllemlfc
The largest roof spun in the world
is nt St. Pancras station, London.
Minard's    Liniment    Cures    Burns,
etc.
Gold-filled teeth bnvo been found
in the jaws of skoletoiis exhumed in
Pompeii.
A BRONCHIAL COUGH, PERHAPS WEAK THROAT
USE "CATARRHOZONE"--DEAD SURE CURE
! Wonderful       Success     Reported      in
Thousands of Bad Cases
llow    many    thousands are there
who would gladly pay any sum to b:
: cured of broncUtls or catarrh. Many
could he cured If-thoy would just use
common    sense    In    selecting   their
' remedy.
Bronchitis of course is an  inflammation or tbp bronchial tubes which
I wore made for the passaga of a'r
alone, and neither the moisture of an
I atomizer nor the 'ii|iild of a cough
syrup can get. where the trouble really is.   The diseased purls can only be
' reached by fi remedy thai can force
its way through _ll the brtathing organs. Doctors who have used "Catarrhozone" say il is Ihe only rational
I cure for bronchitis. It cures by i -
halation-
Vou breathe in its Uoallrig, balsams,
inhale its soothing antiseptic vapor
and  relief  is  immediate.
Simple to use, delightful and pleasant���nothing compares with Catarrhozone which is the cure of the day
for all bronchial and throat trouble*.
Mr. II. I). McLrughlan, the well-
known representative of Parks and
Blacltwell, Toronto, says: "I liav.
used ("atarrliozono for yean ami can
honestly say il is the only remedy
that relieves me from a painful attack of Bronchial Catarrh. Tho inhaler for Catarrhozone is always lu
my pocket and I simply couldn't get
aloiiit without It. I firmly believa
Catarrhozone is a wonderful remedy."
Large size stiff! lent for two
months' use, guaranteed. $1.00; small
size, ..nc; sample or trial size -.">c_
Sold   hy   dealers  everywherOt TTT__ UFATEW. COURTENAY, B.tt
lo?
CANADIANIZIN6 IHE
FOREIGNER IM WEST
CITY   OF   CALGARY   MAKES  GOOD
CITIZENS OUT OF THE NEWCOMERS
to h'ing able to read newspapers and
|to take Interest in all political Wsuea,
i from the tariff Question to the local
market problem.
The closing exercises were, attenu-
ed by u large number of people���tiro
students themselves, the friends they
lnul brought with them and who. nol
having attended the clashes, sat goggle-eyed throughout the- whole per
foi mance i.nd the very commonplace
  I English-speaking folks who came out
civic Undertaking of Cala. "7 lnTe��olv lot curiosity. Represented in the hall
1 t._ Foreign Element of i s Pop-: were  (besides Canadians. British and
Nation,    is   Meeting With Marked | Americans
Success���One  Way  to
Canadian  Citizens.
LINES 10 BE BUILT
COAST   DEFENCE   TRAINS
illv Charles Stoltes)
The. asslmllSi. of the  torelgne.
Norwegians, '    Swedes,
' 11 H       IVIJir^^**   I    ��1UI^   t  ii uii"   I *^V_J    n\_^l*_**e'e
mL c_od Danish, Dutch, Crooks. Italians, Aus-
Make M"!^,   polegi QaHoians,  Ruthenlans,
nnd  even  one   very, beaming  China
man.    One  of  the'Vlasscs   had  also
amongst its  members,   an    Eskimo
French     Have       Designed     Movea-1.
I Forts for  Protettlon  of  Long
Coast  Line
|     An     i Mir       cniist-llel'elicv     hatter.
mounted on railway   trucks   i��   the
answer of French military authorities
to ibe que iimi of hnw in secure n"si
live  defense   over   long   const  lines
with economy. The advantages claim-
Work  Mapped Cut Shows That Many | ed for these mobile batteries
PLANNING FOR A
...���iniail lilt.
THE     CONSTRUCTION     PROGRAM
OF   THREE   TRANSCONTINENTAL   RAILWAYS
AN
|NTER?R0VI,.CIAL   HIGHWAY
FROM   THE   ATLANTIC  TO
THu  PACIFIC COAST
lilt
mt .,<-mill ion of tne i��"��"" amongst ns uu_ui_i- - ...-���������
, l *-f?h- mostinteresting aspects from Nortllern Siberia. The present
U one of. the most '�� Catmdfl ro- u 0, pr|ZeB-dlctlonarlos for th
*,<_.__��_rnrnous mmlgration, o �����t ,���,,���,���.,���. copies of Marsh'
selves an e.ioimuuo         ,   jg               c.,���.,,i,," r,���. nverv atudeil
e-!'��,B .,, iii'lv -r. per cent, is ,.story oI Cauada" for every studenl
_hl_' Torn non-_ngUB_ BpeaklngI wWch WM possible by ths generos-
drawn  from    non m*      traotlon ot.      of m ,.,������..,.., CaxMm ,M,, was
countries, ant n       .        |a ���0i, the'   '
these people to hei shorn |     ut)e
..omplelinh    ot    l   i    ii ,alld
-)������ advertising ol ( ���"a";1
not. sufl'lc.
ieut; there
come and
of opportunity for all _ 	
musl be a hospitable wel
a. readiness lo accept the
newcomer, whatever   nationality   he,'
represents ami whatever   ongue he
speaks. ;ih a  iiian uiul u brolli... Of
bis own part, the foreigner is generally in fullest, sympathy with any attempt to absorb him Into the social,
moral and political atmosphere ol tbo
Dominion,   nut ho comes from countries where  vastly  different systems
of government  have been  in vogue;
and to set the impress of Canadian
ideals upon ihe heterogeneous muss
Ot  which  he  is a unit,  it is  sometimes   necessary  to  reduce  the  foreigner,  adult though he may  be, to
practically the stntus of n child and
to start right from    the    beginning
again. The principal obstac!.. to overcome  ia   his  ignorance    ot  Efigllsh.
Onee that Is removed, ho is not only
enabled to make a bette" living, but
can he tfiught the principles  _ ctli-
senshlp,
An object lesson in the successful
Canadlanlzatlon ot the foreigner was
afforded tbe writer at the closing ex-
��� erclses of tlie special classes for foreigners conducted by the Calgary
school board. Calgary may he called
the metropolis of the weBtermost
prairies, situated as it is a considerable distance from any other big
centre ln Western Canada, and because of tlie twenty-two hundred odd
miles that stretch between it and the
after all the least Important event.
The mosl notable pan was lb ��� programme performed by the students
themselves ���������   recitations,      songs,
speeches and papers.   The exee'len
Miles of Nevi Branch L nes Will be
Constructed���Mary   Miles   of   New
Territory to bi Served
This yi nr s program of railway
construction work in Manitoba, Al-
IhtUi and Saskatchewan has now
i.ien definitely decided on.   The Can
ailian PnclflO Railway grading is being done on lhe 15 mile extension of
the .Moose .law southwest branch bs-
ynml .expanse. Steel will be laid on
this in 1914, Tbe C.P.R. are no .'
calling for lenders for the grading
of -5 miles which is a further extension of the Hue from Sterling Blast,
which when completed will mean
that the rond projects 7.. miles eusl
from  Sterling,  Sask.,  anil  within
economy in the preparation for ih'i
di fence of any place, as the batteriesI
on wheels cost less than permanent!
Ilxed batteries and can be sent to!
threatened points from places \ here |
Ihey are not needed, the only expense!
being for laying the rails. Then, loo,
no coast-defence plans can be sold to
the enemy, no photographs, 0.' drawings stolen, for no porni-iint works
indicate win re the salient poiuta <>ft
this defence tro located. No Bpeelal
roads need be laid, for military railways can he used in lime of penes for,
commercial purposes, and in war:
time, peaceful roads utilized let
The guns so fur manuf.ii-
Scheme in Now Well Launched and
Recei  ing    Considerable    Attention
by   Various   Associations   East   and
West  Throughout the   Dominion.
An   inter-provincial  highway,    running from the Atlantic io the Pacific
coast, is a scheme that is receiving
considerable attention at the present
:.me.   Various associations have been
organised  with a  view  to    bringing
about  the construction of this  rune,
und its ultimate success now seems
certain.    This scheme was flrsl  mint
id  three or four years ago, and the
possibilities wero chown by the  trip
wal.iundertaken by II. .1. Wilby. The out-
'conie of Uie agitation in favor of this
anization of what
ii
md papers,    me __���_��__�� irom  oi_��"i_   - ___������i
shown in every effort was mneB ot the Weyburn west line. Stem
that was  _..
perhaps the most convincing proof or
the success attained.
RETAIN  FREEDOM
East
  ���". ���; ."."   ���j scheme wus the ol
itred  for (bis work  are ol  howtUe.   ,,���
puitern, and in 7.87-ln.. 6-ln., and  I
Germany'::   Vexed   Question   In
Africa Under Review
A  white  paper  dealing  with   the
vexed question o_ "serfdom'' In German Fust Africa bus been drawn up
by the governor of the protectorate in
reply to a Relchstag resolution on desiring  the  abolition  of  serfdom   by
January 1, 11)20.   It has been the subject of much criticism in the budget
committee from Socialist and Centre
party deputies,   it says that it would
be a highly dangerous experiment to
abolish the serfdom by a fixed date.
The colonial secretary, Dr. Solf, fully
agreed with this view, and was supported by the National Liberals. Tbe
resolution   Is   extremely   unlikely   to
tuke effect.
According to tbe German law,
every native born after December,
1905, is free. The mild "serfdom"
now existing in East Africa is a survival of tribal warfare and of the
Arab conquests. In lho days ot the
prosperous slave trade centred in
Zanzibar tlie prisoners of war were
iold to dealers and carried out. of tlie
however, may nol bo laid Ibis year.
This is the CP.lt.'s second alternative route from Winnipeg to Vancouver via the Crow's Nest Pass and
lho Kettle Valley route. Tf.e C.P.R.
will do grading operations as follows: 72 miles ou the Monitor-Ker-
robert line, 25 miles Suffleld south
westerly; X7 miles on the line running west of Weyburn, 25 miles on a
Hue running north westerly from Coronation and 12(1 utiles on the line
from Bassanu easterly. The total
lines under construction in Alberta
ls _0tf. In Saskatchewan River extending from and laying steel on the
Expanse line, 15 miles.
Grand Trunk Pacific���The C.T.P.
operations will he largely confined to tl
the hrafleh into Prince Albert from e
Young. Sask., and the track laying on
(he Brandon branch in Manitoba. The
main line in British Columbia will he
completed.
Canadian Northern Hallway���Construction work will be done on the
Peace ltlver lino from Onowuy on
tho main line north westerly. There
is also a '.ine on the north .de of the
Saskatchewan river extending from
Oliver to meet the branch running
west from North Battleford. Work
will be In progress on thu Calgary-
Lethbridge branch and on the lOlrose
purpose-    .-- .. .,,,,������ ���._
has become known as the Dominion
Highways association. This organization has gone to considerable expense In ordor'to educate tbe people
of Canada to the immense value of
such an inter-provincial route.
As  with  all  big  schemes,    public
opinion moves but slowly, and where
tlie scheme deserve; merit, I; usually
Suez Canal Deeepr |gets it���It is only :. question of time.
Announcement has jusl  been madejTIle early endeavors of tbe Dominion
that, the deepening of Hie Suez canal j Highways  Association    und    various
has been  completed, and  lhe water.- other bodies did not readily succeed,
way now has a depth of -9 feet, for | but the weight of their arguments Is
������������������������������������ u.    ;r   -unl--���   i.nini?  Ml.     Motorists   especially
in sizes. They are protected b! turrets, and the ammunition cars are armored, Aii interesting feature ofo-io
car used in the French mauoeuvrcs is
an observation tower-extending some
40 feet above the rail lops
Originally   ii   was  now  being fell.    .Motorists  especially
miles that streicn ""����" ""���..,.  country,  um i
A antic seaboard, it does not i-metre i ^ w
ve_y much immigration of the 7���"  European rule tne sens i
object bnable kin . that Is to-be found       k iu lhe cmm,yy unti
m some eastern cities, but W08��T ��* purchase their freedom.
the prog^sslve  and  educated    type I'   _.._. _,_,Hmot���,i ,_,
eaiers ami vtuwcu u���� - 	
country, but now that the trade has l.o  Alsask  branch    and    Uravolliurg-
1th tbo establishment of  Swift Current line.   There is also the
���opean rule the serfs remain ani extension of lhe Thunder Hill branch
1 !1 they can       "    -���*���   "      h_.<_1o_   In
and   the  brunch
Yorkton.
I'rom     Wroxton   to
ib-._B~.ttt or the march of civiliza
.���   _. - -   .    There are estimated to be nt pres-
march of civiliza-1    t  ab(MU  18r,|0oo  serfs   in   German
tlon- "i?;����r��c/Smbirt8 the M W��_. -""I-" 1"^��� r____
���!!!.c.saltlss^ialion,_pf   Workers.
CROSS    ATLANTIC    IN    15  HOURS
LlllVCl-iit    now...	
But despite the tact that .be average,
is possessed of an education that!
might be called fairly good, a very
great proportion cannot speak English; and it was to help thesa persons, male and female, that these
classes   were -Instituted  three  years
ago.
I    believe I am correct In st.-.tlng
that   such classes, although now becoming common, were never taken lip
as a civic duty instead of a phllun-
throplc.al task until Calgary   entered
tbe field.    At some    point     English
classes for foreigners hail been started as part of religious schemes, but
. never apparently hy any city itself.
The classes (.which are held at night
and  are intended    for    adults,    not
children)  nre conducted by the city
of Calgary as a branch of its very
liberal policy of technical education,
and for administrative purposes conio
under the direction of the  superintendent ot technical  education,  Mr.
T. B. Kldner. At the beginning of the
first season, two classes were held;
now there  are eleven classes, with
nine instructors, the    attendance at
which during the season just closed
was ho less than 407.
The classes are in five groups���
firstly, for beginners, consisting of
those who have been in tbe co-.inlry
under six months; secondly, for intermediate students, who have been in
the country less than one year; third
and fourth, advanced students; and
lastly, a mixed class of students at
various stages. The system used In
Imparting instruction is tlie "Berltlz,"
���which, besides being very suitable for
any person of even meagre education,
Is almost indispensable (lacking the
use of Esperanto or some such universal medium of converse)  in corn-
idly dwindling and in fifteen years
time "serfdom" will, it Ib estimated,
be extinct.
versin  iu_,u.�� m _	
munlcatlng with students of so many \
nationalities  as  this���Scandinavians,'
Slavs, Teutons, Latins, and so forth.
ln the Berltlz system," no other language is used hut that which Is being
taught, and no translation is undertaken by the instructor. The speaking of English is thn first effort  and
then  successively  reading and  writing.   In the intermediate group, Inter- j
estlng  debates  have  been  held  and
tho keenest-interest has been manifested In the discussion of such topics as prohibition, women's  suffrage
aud the advantage or disadvantages
of oily life as compared with country
life.    That  French,  Dutch,  German,
banish,  Swedish  and Austrians  can
be brought to such pert'ec.ion    that
they can argue on controversial matters in a language'wnich until a few
mouths before had been unknown to
all of them Is, incidentally, a great
achievement, ln the advanced groups
of tlie classes, a book on civics has
been stunted, and the students have
acquired au introduction to a knowledge of the government of the' city,
the province of Alberta, the Dominion
of Canada, and the British  empire;
until,    as   one student volunteered,
from  being  unacquainted  with  Eng-
Resultc at Experimental Farms
For twenty-six yearn tbe Dominion
Experimental farms have been experimenting with grain crops at the various farms and stations distributed
over Canada, trying to learn which
varieties give best results in ibo different provinces. Not only have the
best known sorts produced at other
places been grown side by side, but
at the Central farm at Otlawa new
varieties have been bred, and when
found desirable, perpetuate-i am. distributed to growers.
For the information of the Canadian farmer the more important io-
suits of the season of 1913 at the different farms have been put together
in summarized form and issued in
Bulletin No. 4. There are included in
this some recommendations as to varieties to grow, and method of production to follow that should prove of
great, service lo growers in all parts
of Canada.
Referring to "Marquis" wheat
which was bred at Ottawa, the bulletin says, "Marquis produces very
large crops, has usually good straw,
and is moro resistant to rust than
most of the common varieti_S." A
large edition of this bulletin has been
printed so that all who desire copies
may secure them by applying to the
Publications branch, Department of
Agriculture at Ottawa.
Mathematical    Genius    at Cambridge
Cambridge  is  about  t-   receive   a
model student.    He is Mr,  ltuinanit-
jam, an Indian mathematical genius,
, discovered  by  tho    Indian    govern-
I ment
Aviators   Dream   of   Making   Trip   inj
Luxurious Aerial Pullman i
The' expressed opinion ot Mr.:
Claude Grahame White that iu twenty year:, it will be possible to cross
the Atlantic in fifteen hours, travelling in a luxurious aerial Pullman
wiih dining and sleeping facilities,
has been endorsed by several well-
known aviators.
Mr. C. 15. Hucks, tbo llrst Englishman to loop tbe loop, fcowsver,
goes so far as lo prophesy that this
milestone of progress in aeronautics
would be passed within two years
from now. lie pointed out, in an Interview, that a speed of 140 miles an
hour h. d already been attained and
recently u German airman, succeeded
in remaining in the air for over sixteen hours, and thnt u_ flight when
sixteen persons were tiiken up was
recently reported from St. Petersburg.
"Crossing ihe Atlantic," sa'ul Mr.
Hucks, "will he exactly like looping
the loo.i. First one man will do it,
then perhaps some months will
elapse before an attempt is made by
a second man, and when the second
man has been successful others will
see lhat the feat, is not. the accomplishment of just ono man, and a
whole processlou will follow."
lllABh.ZuWli"��||w a. l<-_viodging-the merits" of tb"
--i     red    and   for   vcars    after   it ! proposal, and this fact was no more
-m.'ieieil Ibis .''cpili was mail:-1 clearly shown than when the Saskat-
.aLl     Cross    I,  the size of ves- ohewan Motor League recently organ-
i   ___- through this short ct. to bed at Regina, took up as one of Its
_-Or__�� ____Tnecessary to deep- first subjects, the proposalI ii have an
1    .__. _-"n d drodgiug operations tuterprovinclal highway. The scheme
e"      _,,   i'n lie ei.lilies adde.l  was readily endorsed, and  the  views
nn..fo,     t,   the,.    . I. sTxyrar, ago! of  this  new   league,  which   is  repro-
?.     li  -nt_,_Ji    undertaking    was sentatlve of Saskatchewan,  will    be
I", nn ""ii d thro gb out tie    00 miles j placed   before  the   provincial   govern-
b?S   \    i-      Worn Port Snld to Suez  inent.    There  seenB  little doubt  but
t_^w^^BHnd^��a.tliat  (be  Saskatchewan    government
ceieni..'   the  waterway  to  20    I*"    will'deal  will, the nutter at its U��
-___?_  Sm osals   iv being consider-   session   at   Regina,  as   well   as  Other
A       .  -,   ,    he   d,e, g  ,g. which will   provincial   governments.   The   federal
lie    li.     minimum    depth    thirty govornm?nl   already  lias  the  matter
���        The Panami   cvnal. while but in ham..
���        ll. b l ii,"  cost  nearly $300,000,-      The scheme in general provides for
100-   as, cUiml-d will,  the Suez o* a road from coast to coast. timUs*
iV, I'di'iiv ot $90,600,000 foi  twtco the  as near as possible in a straight 1.
ipnuiuiH ni , , oajal   h0,v.j n  |S not intended to have any wide
instance,     "���,   . ,  .,00  feet deviations in  order to pass  througn
Ti-   -hi     lis ��ast_'n rival is con- any particular city, the idea being ta
V''.��', ,.__,',      cj.lv  200  to  205  build   roads   from  tbe   various  ci-s
C'i.    wldU, ai^'l^sea-level ex- within reasonable distance to the h*
.^lion mainly thrpughjaud. 'Xtt^-tor league, of C__-
���. __iimt.  FOR  WAR  PURPOSES  -da will co-operf.te with the tereuea
REMOUN.S   FOK   w_n ^    ^  ^.^  ^^ ^  .(  w.._   ..^_
1 m    ,     _ri_me    For   Ranch   on Land \ ly be necessary for the route to run
New    Scheme    .or< nam ^ |jefore reacftf^
North of  Medicine  Hat Lake superior, and again cross Into
1    lion.  Colonel    Sam       g��"nment  Canada  either  at  Detroit    or    Port
r^tol-.   Nalionul'Uvestock 	
Exchange, Limited, townsmps  '">       ern terminus on the Atlantic ocean
and 22. range 3. west ol iotirth Men-.       _
dian,
Huron,  from  there continuing ii  a*
direct a line a: possible to the Met
is, range   . ">"- -     .
comprising 66,000 acres of t
iiian, v_..i........ ,
land lying sixty miles north of
cine Hat and south of the Iled Deer
river, for the purpose of collecting
and providing thereon half-bne cavalry remounts. The company will
pay un annual rental of two cents per
acre for the laud. The terms o' this
lease are that the company shal. produce haltb__l dnma remounts to the
,ri.: nil leriioiiua on me nunuij- uu_uv
if the!'''110 r��ut3 followid by Mr. Wilby ia
Medi-'1'3 Pioneer trip required that b-:    ^:~
ship
liis automobile from Sault _te. Marie
t_ Fort William; and from there continue by road.
The Saskatchewan end o[ _h_
schemo was fully discussed at the recent Motor League convent! m at P.e-
ginn. _ One feature which lias no*,
been  'definitely  decided   is  that  the
-i -i i nnel_ I provincial gbveriiment, the city oi Renumber of not less than _,I)UU r'"";���ina ,���l(l lhe city oi Moose Jaw ���m
vear after 3916. The governuien m-Uo-operate in putting th.. highway be-
Canada is io have tbo horses ra.s- ' j-Uv,,Pn Reg|na ;,ih1 Moose Jaw in tlrst
by the exchange und the company \^ufa (.0���(nt!on, and it is understood
ninst hold and mature uutlj 111' age ot)lel, municipalities will also co-oper-
of three mid a half years all uoi soj i (Q _viL]| lhp pnvinclal government
which ihe minister of militia nvij (!���-- |;l improving the Interprovinctal road
sire for military purposes, me H''" i throughout Saskatchewan. It is
to be paid by (be minister is not to cia|med lhat the tcurist traffic o*ei
exceed (he substantia, sum o. i--> l!|f, 1(la(1 Wou!cl be considerable.
----- '���' '    ""���  Suskatchewr.n   portion  of  the
Ramanujam, although    a   genius,
lacks training and most of his solutions  are reached by u hash of Inspiration.    He    cannot    demonstrate ���
ccientillcally how he obtained them.
He will not read for a degree, as
his general .ducatlon is said to be
weak, and it Is desired that he
should devote all his time to the development ot his wonderful gifts. He
will enter the university as an advanced student, and remain there for
two y __rs. -
American Wants Seat Am-ng Lords
There is more than a probability
that the question whether Lord Fairfax, as an American citizen, Is debarred from sitting iu tbo house of
lords, will have lo be decided shortly. I
Lord Fairfax already more I linn
once has been a candidate for out of
the seats alloted in the bouse of lords
lo peers of Scotland, and is again to
be a candidate at the next, election,
which cannot be long delayed.
On Ibis occasion he likely will be
successful in Hiking the late Karl of
Leveu's seat, but Fairfax's election
will not decide the question as to
whether he Is eligible to take his
seat, although i. will force ilie matter
to an issue.
lease will be in the interest of the
public, as It is desired 'hat every
Encouragement should be given foi
the production of horses lor wai pur
po.;es.
GOVERNMENT   TO   ACT
Repairs will have to be mad:; a: a few
points in the eastern section of the
��� road. This road in a general way will
! parallel the main line oi the Canad-
ian Paci.'c. Railway. The road between Regina and Moose Jaw will be
[considerable    Improved     as    stated
     'above, by the provincial govcrnuent,
 ~.       ���     -im  i- land the'cities of Regina nud Mjose
Saskatchewan    Department    Will be , Jaw
Selling Agents fer Wool Growers j...... Swif. Clin.ont to tll(. Alberta
The Saskatchewan  department    0I|i,OUndary the road as outlined, is only
agriculture announces that during tne i problematical, as n great deal of .vork
 '" ""' "" " "" and expense will be involved in put-
,   11 in* it in good condition.
UL''    Not  only  is   it  expected   tbat  the
motor  tourists   will   use   this  inter
Imported  Their Church
A Ruthenian church, said to he the
(ivst church of its type on tbo American com inent, was dedicated recent-
U   ln Toronto by Blsfiop    Budfca of
_,���,_ .-Winnipeg   The building which is of
    .-�� - ,     .   U-Btllsoa  tvpe.  dating  back  to    the       .
To limit the bag of wild ducks itt -nasi �� wag imopl.ted from Gal- bark on '
one season to 200 birds was the deel- ?"" tota] c08t ,3 about $40,000. aemonstrt
sion arrived at by the f.sh and^ game      J'  ians r.nd Poles form tbe mem-  rived   fro
___ ���r h,a Ontario legislature | *���g^,p of lln phurcL. nhotcest t
Limit Bag of Wild Ducks to 200 Birds]
from  being  unacquain.u   ��n.  ����s.-r���  .    ,,-,.,
lish tbey had in a year been advanced I Lake i.-��
non arnveu ui. uj v.n. ......   ,_
committee ot the Ontario legislature
in regard to the bill of Dr. Anderson
(South Kssex), who sough; to limit
the number to 100. At tbe same
time, lion. J. O. Rename, who pvesiei-
ed, said he would apply to the federal government to prohibit the export of wild feiwl out of the province. _ r. A. dersoii declared the intention of his bill was to stop pothunters who go in for the wholesale
slaughter of the wild duck on tre St.
Clair flats and at Rondeau park on
..grlculture announces lhat during the,
"pfese-t season it will act as a sellling |
agency for wool-growers  .- the pro
vlnce.    Shipments   of   wool   may
made  in  carload  lots,  must  be  for-   	
warded  to  Regina during June,  *"�� | provincial road to a considerable ex-
the commodity will be placed on ll,e  u,nt, but it is expected that   rrucfc
market free of charge to the funnel, i nu.llling wjr nls0 be encourag._
who will, however, have to meet all 1
expenses incidental to the shipment,
k- il freight rales, and ah.o grading.
Among    the deductions will be the
cost of twine and sacks.
The department has decided to cm-
bark on this new policy in order to
ate lhe advantages to be de-
���om  th_   production'   of  the
40,000  FEET  P_R  DAY
Qiebec  Board  of  Film  Censors  Are
Ktpt  Busy
Since  it was inaugurated May 1st
last year, the -Quehec board of een-
Japanese Pr nee For Oxford
To the ever-growing number of
Oriental royalties who bave been educated at Oxford or Cambridge o�� ic-
cent years will shortly have to be
added the most interesting figure.
This is  the crown  prince  of Japan
riven   trom   ui_-   i._. _     .    .        .
choicest quality of wool and from tholsors has examined over 2,000 miles
marketing of. wool In bulk, and also' of moving picture lilms. or ..-nougli
to encourage sheep-growing among I to s'.retch acrosa tbe country. An
grain farmers. During tho winter I average length cl film of about 40,000
months on exhaustive Inquiry was in- feet is pass_'., rejected or purged
sliluted Into tho condition of the of objectio .able features every day.
sheep industry, and it waB.'discovered Only halt the number of pictures con-
that there arc in the province 600 demned a year age are banned now,
owners of Hocks ranging In si" ""   ' ���m_m   In   mand-
from
.__-r��rS-. as___ii-���� -" r"���*""'"
at Oxford. prov
sliowlng an improvement in siand-
.,.,1 l.eturus of approved auil cen-
sored dims are now exchanged with
other Canadian boards of censor, v.. >
reciprocate with tbelr return? THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Royal Bank of Canada
Incorporated 1S69
Capital Paid Up .1,560,1.00        Reserve and Undivided Profits $13,000,000
A M.NI.UA . BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
DRAFTS ISSUED
Payable in all parts of the world
Special attention given to Savings Department mul Transactions of Ordinary Hanking Business by mail
COURTKNAY IIRANCII   -   R. II. HARDWICKE, Mgr.
CUMBERLAND IIRANCII   -   I). M. MORRISON, Mgr.
Campbell's
The Courtenay Review
Anil Comox Valley Advocate
A  Weekly  Newspaper,   Published  at
Courtenay, B. C.
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Subscription S1.S0 per Year in Advance
THURSDAY, JUNK 11, 1914
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Incorporation Commission
The enquiry into the merits of
incorporation of Courtenay was
opened,in the Board of Trade
rooms on Tuesday morning by
Commissioner Robertson.
The incorporationists were represented by Mr. McLean, of Victoria, while Mr. Heitternran appeared for the Waterworks Co,
The Commissioner decided to hear
the Incorporationists side of the
case first, and Mr. McPhee was the
first witness, who said that 1 e was
the registered owner of $64,000
worth of property in Courtenay,
and was not afraid of the high tax
bogey; had practically laid out the
townsite, and always intended that
the public utilities should belojg to
the people whenever they were
needed, Dr. Crompton said that
nearly all the opposition came from
t.ie Waterwo.ks Company. He
thought a water system
lard's creek   could be
LAZO
General Store
For Choice
Family Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Dry Goods
and
Hardware
OUR MOTTO
One   Price  to  AH
THE LOWEST
town for j__,ooo, aud that $32,000
would bring it from Brown's river,
where plenty of water for electric
power and light was reserved for
Courtenay. He said that Courtenay was bound to grow. This is
the logical point where coal and
irou meet, and we would shortly
have the river dredged, and be
practically on the seaboard
Bruce Towler, secretary
Board of Trade,   j roduoed
was the   first  witness,     He   said
that Courtenay was too small for
incorporatic n,   which  was another
name for cpcii town.   . There was
less lawlessness in Courtenay than
[in any incorporated town to-day.
from Mil-1 Incorporation  would  increase the
broug lit to taxes from 6 to 12 times ; the area
was too large, there were no more
people here now than last year ;
when agitation for incorporation
began building ceased. The public health was good but tht water
was bad, well water was surface or
came through blue clay contaminated with sulphur. Water was
needed for fire protection: cost of
construction would be about 32,000,
of the also thought that if incorporation
a copy occurs Water Company should be
of the names of those who signed reimbursed. Had taken up the
the petition agaiust incorporation, water question to help Courenay,
when property qualifications only, had subscribed for $500 stock, was
amounted to #76,000, out of a total willing to drop out for what it had
of #474,000, He said the Water- cost to date,
works Company and the hotelkeep-1 O. H. Fechner said it cost him
ers seemed to be the main oppon- $2 per day to pump water for his
; hotel,  water was needed for fire
ents of incorporation.
Mr. P, ��. Anderton came to
Courtenay 3 years ago, no town
then. The station is practically
the centre of the townsite. No one
has any idea of the good the dredging of the river will do.
Mr, Peterson also gave facts and
figures why Courtenay should be
incorporated. Messrs. Kerton and
Johnston, of the Lake Trail, alio
spoke  in  favor of incorporation.
Mr. J, B, Holmes had signed
both petitions, and was ashamed of
himself, as he was a speculator and
was out to make the most money
at least expense.
For the opposition,  Dr. Millard
protection. The Pipe Co. had offered to take up all stock unsold
and would agree to sell it back to
the Company or residents of Courtenay at par within one year from
date. If the town incorporated
tbey should reimburse them for
the time aud money spent. He
had spent about $190 plus 5 days
at $io.per day.
R. M. Allan the secretary, said the
members of the Co. were 0. H. Fechner
H. Morrison. H. Whirtle, R. M, Allan,
Dr. Millard and the Canadian Pipe tine
Co. The estimated cost of system completed, including 20 hydrants, 1000 feet
of hose, and 2 reels was $38,720.27,
estimated there would be a revenue of
$370  per  month,   operating cost .150,
Direct Importations at Manufacturers Prices   of  the
following Staple Linen
Plain Circular Pillow Cotton
Plain and Twill Sheetings
White Cotton Turkish Towels
Striped Cotton Turkish
Towels
White Cotton Honeycomb
Towels
Crash Linen Towelling
Red Check Linen Glass
Towelling
38-in Bleached Apron Linen
Black and Coloured Cotton
Velveteen
ROYSTON
OVERLOOKING COMOX HARBOUR
with its snow clad mountains in the back ground, sea and green fields in
the foreground, it makes a picture worth painting
THE    WHITE   CITY
We do not sell to Asiatics
We asked you  some months ago to  watch it grow,
which is now an assured fact.    We liaye only
A   Few   Waterfrontage   Lots
unsold, so if you want to spend a good time with
your fair ily this coming summer boating, bathing
and fishing, do not delay seeing us, The youngsters
do nothing but talk about Roy's Beach' from the
time they leave until they get back Ring up 36
British Columbia Investments Ltd.
HARRY IDIENS, Manager
Campbell's
CUMBERLAND
Store, Offices and Suite of
Rooms To Let
We wish to announce that we have
leased the Calhoun Block, situated
on the main street, next The Royal
Bank of Canada
This block contains two pood stores with one suite
of rooms and a number of offices and are tlie best in
Courtenay as they are all plastered, well lighted
and ventilated and steam heated throughout with hot
and cold water, baths, etc. One store will be occupied by the undersigned, the rest for rent
For particulars apply to
Loggie Bros.       Phone 34
The  Comer  Store, Sandwick
First Class Groceries, Boot-, Shoes,
Dry Goods, Hardware, Etc.
As in the past year we are always ready to attend
promptly to your order whether it be small or large
Call and see us or ring up
-Telephone   4
Parkin Bros.
Proprietors
LaForest & Fortune
General Blacksmiths
COMOX       -      B. C.
Telephone M 92
Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Engines and Pumping Outfits
Horseshoeing  and  Boat Irons
a Specialty
Try o ir Excelsior Hoof
Ointment
AH Work Guaranteed
COURTENAY  DYE  WORKS
OI,D ROYAI, BANK BUILDING
Opening on Monday, June 15,
A Business that is very much needed in Courtenay
We [are Expert Dyers and ^Cleaners
We Collect and Deliver Free.   Distance No Object
w. h. Reckitt    Phone 17    s. b. Wood*
leaving a net profit of $220 per month.
Subscribers had paid 10 per cent, of their
subscriptions.
Mr. Hill, of the Canada Pipe Co. said
his company were out for profits. They
would take stock for deferred payments.
Thought a private company could build
quicker and cheaper than a city,
Mr. J. R. Johnston was opposed to Incorporation because it would raise the
license and taxes on his hotel. He had
no use for the water company's water, had
plenty of his own. He had bought the
land along the river on spec, and thought
he had the best wharf site in town, even
if he did pay M000 an acre for it.
D, Kilpatrick was opposed to incorporation and was not particular
whether the Water Company took
his water record or. not, it was
worth the $4000 to him. Area too
large, should have taken in more
land on other side of the river.
Mrs. Lewis said she was opposed
to Incorporation, she owned 3
houses ; the taxes were $3; thought
they would be raised. Mr, Lewis
owned the hotel and townsite and
did not want to sell lots.
Alex Urquhart was also against
Incorporation, his land was being
used for growing potatoes, and was
assessed at 5500 per acre.
M. Perez and J. B. Holmes also
spoke against Incorporation.
Wild Swans Nesting
On The
FlaU
Two wild swans have been frequenting the Flats for the last six
weeks and have been seen by quite
a rumber of people. They are
quite tame and eau be approached
within 30 yards. It is to be hoped
that these birds will not be disturbed, next month is their breeding month and should they raise
any youag it ls the intention of
Game Warden Dawley to apply to
the Chief Game Warden to have
some of the young swans placed in
some suitable water near the town.
This has beeu done in several places
before and the young birds became
quite tame in a very short time.
Warden Dawley would also remind
gunmen there is a very heavy
penalty for shooting swans during
the close season.
I- _��.��� '    !    I    I    r   .
At a meeting of the Executive of
the Conservative Assn. held [Monday last, Mr. Ed, Creech was
nominated for the appointment as
Eish Warden in the place of the
late John Masson, H
THE COURTENAY  KEVIEW
PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors ami Cigars
R.   McCuish, Prop.
Cumberland Hotel
Good Accomodation       Cusiue Kxccllen
Wm. Merryfield
���Proprietor
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BS3T WINE, an
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
T. T. GRIEVES
Builder & Contractor
Bungalow Specialist
Plans and Estimates Free
Box 124      Courtenay
For Sale Cheap
3 Second Hand Marine Engines. Also some used motor
hull, row boats, skiffs, etc.
Batteries and Marine
Supplies kept in stock
Courtenay   Marine
Construction Co.
C. E. Tildesley
B. C. L. S.
COMOX
The funeral of the lat< John
Edwin Ryan, aged ro years nnd 9
days, son ol Mr. and Mr::. I"). Ryan,
took place on Thursday afternoon
last, and was largly attended by
sympathizing Friends and neighbors
there being 315vehicles lu line. The
floral offerings were many and iu-
cluded the following:
Mr. an 1 Mrs. W R. Robb, cross;
Mr. antl Mrs. Jas Carthew boquet,
John Hoiles wreath, School Children cross, boquet, Mrs. Wilcox
boquet, Mr, anil Mrs. Fraser spray,
Mr. and Mrs. Martin spray, Mr.
and Mrs, Moore spray, Mr. and
Mrs. P. Smith wreath, Mrs. Lee
spray, Mr. nud Mrs. R Stuart
spray, Mr, and Mrs. Ardley and
family, glob"! Mr. and Mrs. Miko-
10 wreath. Mr. nnd Mrs. McKenzie
lo|tict, Mrs, Leonard Davis spiny,
Mts. P, Downey and family, cro_j
Mr, nnd Mis. Cyril Piercy cross,
Mr. and Mrs. P, \\'lielau boquet,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cliffe cross, A.
E. 11.011 it'll spray, Mrs. M. Higgins
wreath, Mrs. Helen boquet, Mr.
and Mrs. McKenzie boquet, Mr.
and Mr:'. I'.all boquet Grace and
Winnie, boquet; Mr. Grantboquet,
Mrs. Scrobie cross, Mrs. Ilornell
cross, Mrs. Whalen spray, Mr. and
Mrs. Gi Ideng wreath, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Whalen wreath.
The pallbearers were: G. Grant,
W. Ardley, W. Fraser G. Davis,
J. Carthew and J. London.
HEADQUARTERS
>r lasl       :
The Logging camps duly opened
ou Monday June 1. when the first
train load of logs was sent to the
Boom from Camp 4,
Large numbers of men arrivjd on
Saturday, Sunday and Monday,
more than forty were obliged lo return to Courtenay, so great had
been the response to the cull for
employees.
Tlie Saturday night dance was a
very pleasant one It was good to
see so many old friends at Headquarters again. Visitors came from
Courtenay and tbe Upper Trail.
Mr. Lyman Hart was unable to
save his injured horse. It was
sh t on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker aid family
have returned, and Mr. and Mrs.
Miner ate now staying in Headquarters
Some folk are saying-why should
lot the new hospital be in Headquarters? seeing thai when camps
ire running, its large community
ire as likely to require medical
assistance as are the residents cf
Courteuay and Comox.
As intimated in previous issues
and as still more evidenced by the
CUMBERLAND
A l.u  well V   3 giv ti the Rev. B.
I'leeiuau   aud   family on   Friday
evening iu the  Methodist church.'
The Gleemen furnished the musical
program, and the ladies, the re-1
freshments.   The Adult Bible Class |
presented   Mr.   Freeman   with   a
travelling ease and purse of money,!
nnd the Ladies' Aid presented Mrs.
Freeman with a silver berry set,
Miss Freeman was presented with
a manicure set.
Miss Eva Searle, sister of Mr. E.
Searle, of this city, was one of the
victims of the Empress of Inland
disaster. Miss Searle was 'ere to
say farewell to her brother, previous to her departure for England
where ber mother lies seriously ill.
Mr. II. Searle of Taeoma. Wash.,
also a brother of Miss Searle, has
left for Montreal,
n���i_ ii-n ��� ��� m .^m. mm*-*- - i_ i. ___yJK
DR. J.  E.  MOiNTGOMERY
PHYSICL--     -I.U..K
an.l SURGBObl   ... ..11.10 1
Telephone M 92    CO_tO_f, B1. C,
F ���   P I Iv J$\
Plastering Contractor
Tin- Dyke COURTKNAY
!. timutes Burnished   Work Guaranteed
PRESS COMMENT
First Lady School Trustee
The distinction of being the fir: t
woman elected on a school board
iu all the municipalities of B. C,
fulls to the lot of Mrs, Auna Doling
who was recently elected on the
Burnab/ board.���Vancouver Chinook.
The Chinook Is mistaken, the
honor probably belongs to Mrs. R,
McQuillan of this place, who has
served as a trustee for one year en
the Courtenav school board, in
addition, acting as the secretary,
SURVEYS, DRAUGHTING
DESCRIPTIONS for DEEDS
Apply at
Riverside Hotel,    Courtenay
Express and
Dray Stables
Stage meets all Boats
Telephone 29
Day or Night
Oscar W. Davis
JTJDSON ST., COURTBNAY
PERCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY, B.C. ,
ELK   HOTEL
Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Naniamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin, Prop.
Palaee Livery
&Feed Stable
Hsrses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Rates
MRS. KEPNER
DEALER IN
Ladies' Fancy Goods
OP AW. KINDS
Dressmaking and
Ladies' Tailoring
Perez Block, Courtenay
Heavy Baby Born
Placerville, Cal., June 5.��� The
largest baby born in Rl Dorado
county within the memory of the
oldest inhabitant arrived yesterday
in the home of II. H. Long of
Calder. It weighed twenty pounds
at birth. Mother and son are in
excellent health.
Try
an Ad. in The Review
Sutton & Kirkwood
Undertakers and
Embalmers
Night or Day Calls jPromptly
Attended
Phone 27
Courtenay
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Fine Showing of  Horse  Blankets,   _ap
Rags, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, lite.
Harness Repaired Neatly_
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay
Like all established abuses, tipping beeomes more impudent and
more inexorable every day that
passes. It is a simple fact that
without generous tipping one cannot get the best accommodation,
It gives wealth a preference every
continued stream of men, withgrips J where and it makes a multitude of
and bundles of blankets and glad employees who are engaged in
smiles on weather beaten faces 'decent avocations, cringing spon-
which wended its way from Comox j gers on the public. What is still
by every incoming boat, as well as ' worse is that it helps many em-
from Cumberland and Union Bay ployers to pay miserable wages and
through Courtenay on towards drives their servants 10 various
Headquarters, until on Sunday the wretched devices in order to get a
3in and last day of May the main livelihood for themselves and their
body of some 350 to 400 men ar- families.��� Toronto News,
rived by the Cowichan to be in
readiness to start work in the
Camps of the Comox Logging and
Railway Company on the morrow.
During the preceding week track !
gangs had been gelling tbe lines in
shape for the heavy loads of logs
to come. Earlier in the year tlie
whole of the equipment bad been
overhauled in the .shops of the
company and so efficiently had
everything been arranged that notwithstanding a lay off of six and a
half months and in many instances
with strangers in the crews, the
first days performance was equal to
the demand made upon it.
Rome 70 cars were loaded and
the first trainload of the year despatched to the booming grounds.
To the uninitiated this may not
mean umc.i but to install machines
with many new and untried men
after such a lapse of time and meet
with such response, shows efficiency
in its organization, aud willingness
on the part of the workers. Within
24 hours of its resumption oflabor
the camps are ouce again running
as if it had not shut dowu.
While there are many new faces,
there are very many of the familiar
ones back in these parts among the
five or six hundred men employed.
��� Two slight accidents occurred at
Camp 4 on June ist. One in which
a man received a nasty cut on the
heac', the other in which a man cut
his foot rather badly with an axe.
We hope these are the last of this
unfortunate kind of happenings,
which in a hazardous calling like
logging must be anticipated occasionally but are comparatively
few with this company when the
largness of the crew is ta'eu into
consideration.
It is time naw to forget the danc.
ing and such frivolity, aud resume
labor, that we may feel ourselves
entitled eo enjoy the holidays and
gala days, to be looked forward to
later on when the C P, R. run
their trains to Courtenay and the
Courtenay folk ex libit their skill
in growing everything from potatoes to canned cream.
In North and South, in East
and West,
As ton's Hand madeShoes will
stan .1 the Test.
J.  E-  ASTON
GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
NEW   ENGLAND   HOTEL
CUMBER .AND
Bar supplied with the linust brands of
Liquors and Cigars
JOS.' WA.KIiU.       -      -       Proprietor
R.  N.  Fitzgerald
Contractor and Builder
*******Si^*Ni��-***��*��*��rf��
W�� also attend to wood hauling
Plans  and   Estimates Furnished,
First  Class   Workmanship and
Materials Guaranteed
JAS.   CAIRNS &  SON        EstabUshed Re$ident of Courtenay
Proprietors
C.urttnsy Phoae 25      COURTENAY, B. C.
RESTMORE
HOTEL
COURTENAY   -   B.C.
The Most Home-Like Hotel North
of Victoria
Best of Attention Given to Guests
Rates Reasonable
Faber & Faber, Props.
Telephone 35
Leroy S. Cokely
Dominion  and  B. C.
Land Surveyor
Office in Capt. Bead-ell's Building
COURTENAY      -      B. C.
OPENING
01 Tailoring and Gents' Furnisihia;
Store in premises lately occupied
by J. Young, Photographer
Suits mnde to order       j2J.no up
Pants made to order 5.50 up
Overcoats made to order 17.5. up
A nicL' line of Gents' Furnishings, Dn-
derwear, Overshirts, Socks, Suspenders,
Overalls, Etc. come and see the Silk
and Wool mixed Underwear, the beat in
the market
T. D. HIND
Prop.
Wood!_ Wood!
Price $4.50 per load
or cord delivered
Price $3.25 per load
in the bush
i _ 1
D. CUDMORE ��� Courtenay
Try an Ad. in The Review
HEADQUARTERS FOR
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
GEORGE  B.  LEIGHTON    .
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder COURTENAY
Boy Accidently
Killed by Brother
Vernon, B. C, June 3.���Little
Arthur Stroud, eight-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Stroud,
ranchers in B. X. Valley, a few
miles from this city, lies dead, shot
early this morning by his twelve-
year-old brother Ray. The accident
occurred when two boys were playing with a new -22-calibre rifle
which was supposed to be not loaded, The gun went off and shot the
younger boy through the neck, the
bullet entering the left side and
emerging on the right. He died
in five minutes of hemorrage.
GARDEN TOOLS
Spades, long or short handle, $1.00
Forks, long handle] ���     $1.40
Forks, long handle $1.50
Hoes, at 50,60 and 75 each
Rakes, at 40, 50, 60, 75, 85 and $1
Wheelbarrows, each $5.00
Rose Spffljp/35 and SO per bottle    Soluble Sulphur Tree Spray
The Best lor all Fruit Trees
C. H. TARBELL
COURTENAY    .     and     -     CUMBERLAND THE COURTENAY REVIEW
i    ..-.._     ��_BP
The Comox   Barber   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtt i y
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths in connection
C. E.  DAI.RYMPUv,   Prop.
To Bake
or
Not to Bake?
The former i.s really unnecessary when Bread from the
Courtenay Bakery is available
and by reason of quality has so
many votaries. Get the A B
habit aud satisfaction
W. Aitken
Prop.
Opposite new Presbyterian Church
COURTENAY
BOAT YARD
and MARINE WAY
Builders of
LAUNCHES and ROW BOATS
Oars and Paddles
made to order
Accessories for Motor Boats
District   Agent   for   Ferro,
Honest Clay and Foos Engines
Patronize Home Industry
E. FLETCHER
Boat Builder        Courtenay
Clothes   Cleaning
I beg to notify the
public that I have
opened a Clothes
Cleaning and Pressing Emporium in the
Perez Block, Isabel
Street. First Class
work guaranteed at
reasonable   prices
E. L. HEFFNER, Prop.
Perfect Hearing For The
DEAF
The LITTLE GEM EAR PHONE
and AUTO MESSAGE
Come and you will see the simplest and
smallest device in the world. Use it
and you will feel delighted that you
have the most WONDBR-U1, piece of
mechanism yet devised for sufferiiifj
mankind
Come anil let us  l'uovi;  to  you that we
have conquered your affliction
Comic any timi. and I wit.i, .sniny you
the little Gem liar Phone, the latest
patented hearing device. You will lie
grateful ahd so pleased with it. You
can hear under all conditions iu Church,
Theatre and General Conversation
The   AUTO     MESSAGE   stops   head
noises and is a sure cure for deafness
EVERY INSTRUMENT GUARANTEED
MRS. JOHN NcDONALD
On the Dyke COURTENAY
New Hydro-Electric Power Station
Near Number Eight Mine
The Hydro-Electric Power Station, about 3 miles from Courtenay, is a concrete, well built, lighted
and ventilated building, into which the pipe intakes are led to two Escher Wyss Pelton turbines.
The generators are two Canadian General Electric of 6,000 horse-power each, and the operating
power is rated at 13,200 volts. The switchboard and all fittings are the most modern obtainable.
The power station, pipe lines and dam necessary to obtain the head of water are now in operation
Summer Boat Schedule
Tuesday, Cowichan arrives at
8.15, leaves at n, Charmer arrives
a'. 6, leaves at 7.15 Wednesday
morning.
Thursday, Charmer arrives at 6,
leaves at 7 15 Friday morning.
Sautrday, Charmer arrives at
7 p. in,, leaves at 11. p. m.
Sunday, Cowichan arrives at
8.15 a, m., leaves at 4p. m.
Notice of Dissolution
of Partnership
NOTICE is hereby given that the
partnership hitherto existing between us
imd carried on at Courtenay under the
style name of Duncan & Birch has been
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All debts due to the said partnership
must be paid to Mr. H. Newell Birch,
who will continue to carry on the said
business and discharge all liabilities of
the said partnership.
Dated nt Courtenay,  B. C,   this  7th
day of May, 1914.
Geo. D. Duncan
h. newsu, birch
Witness: C. G. Callin.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
In the matter of an Application (or a
fresh Certificate of Title to .ot 11, in a
subdivision of Lot 186,'Comox District,
Map 449.
NOTICE is hereby given of my Intention at the expiration of One calendar
month form the lirst publication hereof
to issue a fresh Certificate of Title in
lieu of the Certificate of Title issued to
Anthony Anderson on the 4lh day of
February, 1904, and numbered 9621 C,
which has been lost or destroyed.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
Victoria, British Columbia, this 5th day
of May, 1914.
S. V. WOOTTON.
Registrar General of Titles.
Disasters at Sea
During Last 20 Years
Among the important marine
disasters of the past twenty-five
years are:���
1890���February 17��� British
steamer Duburg wrecked in China
Sea; 400 lives lost.
1890��� September 19���Turkish
frigate Frtogrul foundered off
Japan; 540 lives lost.
1891���March 17���Anchor liner
Utopia sank in collision with British
steamer, Anser, off Gibraltar; 547
lives lost,
1892���January 13���Steamer Nar-
mehow, wrecked in China Sea; 414
lives lost.
1894���June 25���Steamer Norge,
wrecked on Rock All Reef, in the
North Atlantic; nearly 600 lives
lost.
l895 ��� January 30 ��� German
steamer, Elbe, sunk in collision
with British steamer Crathie. in
North Sea; 325 lives lost.
1865���March 11- -Spanish cruiser
Reina Regenta, foundered in the
Atlantic at entrance to Mediterranean; 400 lives lost.
1S9S���February 15���U. S. battleship Maine, blown tip in Havana
harbor; 160 lives lost.
��� 1898���June 18���Klondyke gold
steamer Nevada, wrecked in Lynn
canal; 110 drowned.
1898��� Julj'4-���French line steamer La Botirgoyne, in collision with
sailing vessel Cromartyshire; 571
lives lost.
igor���February 22���City of Rio
de Janeiro, Pacific Mail, S. S. Co
sank at entrance harbor; 222 lives
lost.
1904���June 15���General Slocum
excursion  steamer,    caught    fire
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going through Hell Gate; more
than 1,000 lives lost.
1906 ��� January 21 ��� Brazilian
battleship Aquidaban, sunk near
Rio Janeiro by explosion of powder
magazine; 212 lives lost.
1906��� January 22��� Steamship
Valencia, lost off Cape Beale, Vancouver Island; 117 lives lost.
1906���August 4���Italian immigrant ship Siro, struck a rock off
Cape Palos; 250 lives lost.
1907���July 2���American steamers Columbia and San Pedro
collided on the Calsfomia Coast;
86 lives lost.
1908 ��� March 23 ��� Japanese
steamer, Matsu Maru, sank in
collision near Hakadote; 300 lives
lost.
1908--April 20-Japanese training
ship Matsu Shina sank off the Res-
eadores, owing to an explosion;
200 lives lost.
i908--January 24--Collision between Italian steamer Flordia and
White Star liner Republic; 175
lives lost.
i909--Aug. i-British steamer
Waratah, from Sydney to London,
last heard of leaving Port Natal on
July 26; 300 lives lost,
1912-April 15--White Star liner
Titanic sunk after collision with
iceberg, with loss of 1496 lives.
1913-October 12-Steamer Vol-
turno under charter to Canadian
Northern Steamship Company,
'caught fire in mid-Atlantic; 136
lives lost.
1914-May 29--S, S. Empress of
Ireland; 954 liyes lost.
Accidents to Mine Workers
In round figures there are some
seven hundred and thirty thousand
underground mine workers in the
United States, and during 1913
twelve were killed every working
day in the year, The fatalities are
increasing very rapidly, and in 1913
amounted to 425 more than in 1912'
The greater proportion of both
fatalities and minor accidents, it is
claimed, could have been avoided
by the installation of safety devices
and more efficient inspection.
To catch burglars an Englishman
has patented a mechanism to drop
a person who steps in front of a
safe at certain hours iuto a pit,
doors closing over him.
The Result of
Woman's Suffrage
A municipal election has been
held in the State of Illinois for the
second time this spring. In the
first one, with the help of the votes
of the women who had just been
enfranchised, one thousand saloons
were voted out of distance. At
the second one, seventy-eight more
license signs are ready to be used
as tombstones for defunct businesses. The contest was held in forty
municipalities; twenty-one went
"dry" and nineteen "wet." Now
the liquor interests in Illinois are
going to protest the results of both
elections on the ground that the bill
giving the women the right to participate in them was unconstitutional. There is little chance for the
success of such a contention, but,
should it win in the courts, there
is no doubt that the legislature of
Illinois, which gave a good majority
for women's suffrage, would soon
correct the error, Probably the
real purpose of the liquor interests
in raising the question is to secure
a short extension of the life of the
licenses that it is proposed to cancel
while the case is being tried.
United States Is
Importing Foodstuffs
Washington, June 3.���With the
home demand for domestic foodstuffs almost equaling production;
the United States is not only reducing its exports but is increasing
its imports of certain foodstuffs.
This is one of the striking, features
of a review to-day by the department of commerce of the foreign
trade during .the first six months
under the new tariff.
Food articles showing largest increases in importations were beef,
cattle, corn, wheat, rice, macaroni,
fruits for molasses and edible oils.
Uncle Sam Has Sworn Off
(Pittsburg Dispatch)
The Canadian government kindly-
guarantees a $45,000,000, railroad
bond issue for its latest favorite
project. We tried that experiment
nearly half a century ago, and after
getting through with it firmly, resolved never to do it again. 	 tit
THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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THE CANADIAN BANK
OF COMMERCE
SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., 1.1.. D.. D.C.L., Prealdent
ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager JOHN AIRD, Am. General Manager
CAPITAL, $15,000,000    RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000
SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS
Interest at tho current rate is allowed on all deposits of $1 and
upwards. Careful attention i.s given to every account. Small accounts
are welcomed,   Accounts may be opened and operated by mail.
Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. 821
W. S. LONGHURST, Acting Manager, Courtenay and Comox Branches
Comox branch open on Tuesdays, from 11 to 3
JUNE SNAPS
$2500, on easy terms, will purchase 2(10 head of chicken,-1 cow and calf,
41-2 acres of land, cleared  and fenced, near Courtenay, with
dwelling house, burn, 5 chicken houses and splendid water
$750  will  buy   5  ncres  with   several  hundred feel  river  frontage,
near Courtenay
$450 will purchase one of the best residential lots in Courtenay
$1250  buys a |good  lot  with cottage   very  easy  terms, this  lot is all
cleared nnd in a good situation
���   ��� ������. Houses to rent
HICKS   BEACH   &   FIELD
NOTARIES l'UBMC COURTENAV, B. C.
Headquarters
Mr. Russel lost a fine cow last
week, It died as the result of eating poisoned weed.
Miss Spencer spent the week end
including Empire Day with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Simms; of Roys-
tou.
Mrs. J. W. Da we returned to
Vancouver on Tuesday, June 2,
afler paying a pleasant visit to her
sister Mrs. Hilton.
A church service was arranged
to be held in Headquarters school
room on Sunday, June 2. by Mr.
Webster, of Happy Valley, The
children had decorated the room
with flowefs and practised the
hymns and were therefore disappointed . when the very rainy
weather prevented Mr. Webster
from coming. It is hoped that
services will held fortnightly at 2
p. m.
There is to be a dance next
Saturday June 13, when Mr,
Clarence McCormick has promised
to be M, C.
Visitors to Headquarters this
week included Mr. and Miss Simms
aud Mr.. Hooker, of the Victoria
Lumber and Manufacturing Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Creech
have arrived in Headquarters,
Half a dozen men are now busy
remodelling the Canadian CDllieries
pile driver on the water front at
Union Bay, making preparations
for extensive rebairs to the shipping wharves. New buildings and
railroad scales have recently been
erected near the coal wharf, The
coal washer is now undergoing
some repairs,
Hospital, Sunday June 14
The Rev's. Meuzies arid Laycock
will hold their services on Sunday
next as usual, but will make special
referet.ee to the needs of. a public
hospital here, and outline the . in
their usual able manners.
Both these gentlemen are grtally
in favour of a Hospital for Courtenay and district and there is no doubt
that their influence will greatly
help the cause,
No special collection will be made
as it is the intention of the Rev.
gentlemen to have a Sunday set
apart at a later date when all contribution will be given to the Hospital aud if necessary to have a
Hospital Sunday every year.
$22,000 For Dredging
Courtenay River
Word has been received from H.
S. Clements; M. P , that $22,000
has been set aside for the dredging
of the Courtenay River, This is
indeed good news for Courtenay
and the District, and praise is due
to the Board of Trade and the
Conservative Association, who have
so energetically taken up this
question and to our Dominion
member whose untiring efforts
have at last been rewarded. It is
hoped that the work will be commenced at an early date.
*��� mi*
Hon. W. J. Bowser left Victoria
Friday on the Princess Sophia, on
a trip to Skagway for the benefit
of his health. The attorney-gen-
real has been under the weather
for some days with hay fever, and
is in hopes that his health will be
improved by the sea voyage.
Ladies!
We have just received another
shipment of Ladies' Shoes direct
from the factory. If you want to
know what the Latest Styles in
good,   sensible   shoe wear  means���
SEE OUR WINDOW
IW. G. McKEAN
PHONE 6 COURTENAY
Every   Want   Supplied
In Groceries, Hardware, Boots, Shoes,
Dry  Goods and  Gents'   Furnishings
Goods have been arriving by every boat for every department.   Our
stock is now complete for the Spring and Summer .Trade
Call and see our lines before going elsewhere
AGENCIES:���Walkover Shoes, Crompton Corsets, Hobberlin Clothiug,
Holeproof Hosiery, Carharts Overalls and Gloves, W. G. & R. Shirt, and Collars
McPHEE & MORRISON
JOSEPH McPHEE, Manager
Phone 1 COURTENAY
BUSINESS CHANGE
NOTICE is hereby given that the business hereto carried on by A. II. Peacey,
in the Town of Courteuay, as a General
Druggist, has this day been taken over
by the undersigned, to whom all debts
are to be paid forthwith.
W. G. ROBERTSON.
Dated at Courtenay this 1st day ol June,
1914.
NOTICE
In the goods of John Edwards Masson,
late of Courlenry, B. C-, deceased
Notice is hereby given that all debts
due to the estate of the above deceased
must be paid to the undersigned at once,
and all persons having claims against
the said estate must furnish full particulars of such claim forthwith.
C. G. CA . .IN,
Executor.
Dated at Courtenay, June 3, 1914.
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. D. Ryan desire to tender
their sincere thanks to tlieir many friends
for messages of sympathy during their
recent sad beravement, and also for the
many floral tributes, at the funeral of
tlieir son John Edwin Ryan.
BLACK CREEK
Mr. C. R. Liddell has the record
for early potatoes grown in this
district. Last week he dug 75 lbs.
of new potatoes weighing from
1 1-2 to 2 1-2 lbs. each This
beats California potatoes by 5 weeks.
Comox Central Conservatives
The Annual meeting of theabove
will be held in the Court House,
Comox wharf, at 8 p. m., on
Thursday, June 25th next. Business, Annual Report, Election of
Officers.
Prank D. Cameron
Sec. Treas.
Mr. E Pidcock, J. P., of Campbell River, spent the week end at
Courtenay.
Mr Wm. Lewis contemplates
making extensive alterations and
improvements to his residence on
the Comox road, Messrs. Athev
and Benton have the contract.
The charge against Geo. Robertson of trying to break into Sam
Calhoun's residence was dismissed
by Magistrates Shaw and Willard.
Mr. Robertson was arrested about
midnight on May 17 and brought
to Courtenay lockup, where he was
shortly afterwards bailed out by
Mr. McMillan, of Cumberland.
- About 190 people from this district took in the mocnlight excursion to ^Powell River on Tuesday
night. A good time was enjoyed
by those who went. The Powell
River people to the number of 200
met them at the wharf when the
boat pulled in and treated them
royally, the largest danceeyer held
in the place being tendered the
excursionists. The Comox people
extend a hearty invitation to the
people of Powell River to return
the visit,
Comox Co-Operative Society
Dealers in all kinds of Meats,
Butter, Eggs and Farmer's
Produce, Cooked Meats a
Specialty. We sell only the
best. Prices aro" always low
and satisfactory. We pay
best prices for produce
Phone No. 2
Courtenay
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MRS. A. B. CRAWFORD
Timothy, Clover and Farm Seeds
at greatly reduced prices for .
the next two weeks
Phone Y91 and your order will be filled at once
Only an Expert Watchmaker can detect a RELIABLE watch at a glance
Time will prove that Charles Simms sells only RELIABLE watches
Before buying from Catalogues call and inspect his Wallham and
Elgin Watches
He has a reputation to lose and recommends only the best and  most
suitable to purchaser
CHARLES SIMMS
The Courtenay Jewelry Store COURTENAY
C. P. DUNDAS
Barrister  and Solicitor,  Notary Public
P. O. Box 209
Phone 24 Courtenay
First-Class Plumbing
Hot Water and Steamfitting
Jackson & Whittle
Plu ne 9 Courtenay
ICE CREAM
Soft Drinks
Swan's Pool Room
E. SWAN, Prop.
CLINTON S. WOOD
Electrical Engineer and Contractor
Complete Electrical Equipments promptly installed. Electric Wiring and Installation of all kinds of Electrical Work
Isolated Lighting Plants a Specialty
Box 195      Phone F95      Courtenay
FOR PLUMBING
Power
-.Hand
Pumping
Installation
c    a    CCiT
o.    _TL.    v
Gasoline   .hginei
BOX !
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mm*m.
REMEMBER 1 Tlie ointment
yon put on your child'j skin. ns
into tlir si stem j list as surely as
food tlie child tats. Don't let
impure fats and mineral coloring
matter (such as many of the
cheap ointments contain) net
inlo yonr child's bloocll Zam-
link ispurel) herbal. No poisonous coloring. Use it always.
SOc. Box al All Druggists and Stores.
USE     <_ N'LY
AM-BUK
TSS'cHitowtH- aou^tT
butler from bed and forcibly ejected
Fleming and Schwartz irom do
house. Ellon Butler had bei horrl
fled, sickened by what sbe regarded
a�� the vulgarity ot tiro oosurenco. Hut
| her loyally io hor husband never
wavered.
Butler wan oho honcsl man agalnal
a complete organisation of uuaerupa-
Ions  ones.     His   disgrace
incut and bi.lclde ai  the
liad  followed  iii    rapid
Willi  his death, all  Hint
while  in  his wife died,
was destroyed;   she  bee
the wretched army of
Willi   only   on.'   ill
Imprlsoiv
Whilo   i'nl
suiecession.
was worth'
Her healtli
cume one of
neurasthenics,
retaliate, to
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IHE WINDOW AT THE
WHITEJAT
By Mary Roberts Rinchart
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(Copyright)
(Continued'*
"Delirious," shortly. "She's going
to croak, Wnrdrop't going to Mexico,
Schwartz will ho next governor, and
Aliss Malt land's body will ho found 111
a cistern. The. whole thing has petered out, What's lho use of liuding
the murderer if he's coaled with ns-
bestus and lined with money'.' Mike.
1 want some moro tea to drown 111/
troubles."
Wo culled up the hospital about
10.110 and learned thai .Mrs. Cutler
was sinking. Fred was there and,
without, much hope of gelling anything, we went over. 1 took' llurlon
In as n nephi w of the dying woman,
and I was Kind 1 had dono it. Sho
was quite conscious, hut very weak.
She lold the story to Fred and myself, and In a corner Burtou took
il. down In shorthand. We gol here to
sign It about daylight sometime, and
Bhe died very quietly shortly after
Kdlth arrived at 8.
To give her story ns sho gavo it
would he impossible. The rumblings
of a siek mind, the terrible pathos if
it, all, is impossible lo repeat. She
lay there, her long, thin body practically dead, fighting the death rattli
iu her throat. There were pauses
when for live 111i11ul.es she would lie
111 a stupor, only to rouse und go forward from lho very word whore she
had slopped.
She began with her married life,
nnd to understand the beauty of if is
to understand the things that came
afler. She was perfectly, Ideally, 11-
loglcally happy. Then one day Henry
.Butler accepted the nomination for
state treasurer, and with that things
changed. During his term in office
he altered greatly; his wife could
only guess that, things wero wrong,
for he refused lo i.ilk.
The crush came, after all, with terrible .suddenness. There had been an
all night conference at the Ilutler
home, and Mr. Butler. In a frenzy at
finding himself a dupe, had called the
WITH SALT RHEUM
Pained and Burned. Hard and Sore
Lumps. Couldn't Rest or Sleep.
Finger Swollen. Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Cured.
Lrf.ro Corner, N. P.���" 1 had salt rlieum
_i my hand for a good many yours. Every
winter ray hand would crack and part of tho
tlmo 1 hint tn wear a glove to do my work,
for whon I washed hi hot water with it unwrapped it used to irritate so much that I
didn't know what to do. I had to take u
rough towel and rub It until tho blood would
COUIO somotfmos, Many a night I lnul Utah,
un In bod and rub tbem and sometimes tli.it
didn't satisfy. 1 hud to scratch with my
fingers and the noxt morning I would (Ind a
blit piece of skin which 1 had taken off. This
Winter I had sores on ono of my hands. I
.thought tlicy wnro ulcers. Thoy pained
and burned. They started just like a Ilttlo
lump and would bo hard and soro and after
that, t hero would be a big bunch of pus and
whon that would bo out it would leave an
opening almost as big a_ half a five-cent
l>le_. I couldn't rest or sleep with the pain
ond tho burning sensation. Tlie ulcer 1
had on my finger this winter was still worse.,
Thero was moro inflammation for my finger
was swollen almost twleo its natural slzo
and was just as red as a piece of flannel.
" I took tho Cuticura Soap aud mado a
dude with It and washed tho hand with a
piece of eoltonandafterltwas washed I used
to tako the Cuticura Olntmeut and spread it
on a piece of cotton and wrap tho hand with
it. I was cured In a little over a week."
(Signed) Mrs. Charle Surett. Juuo 5, 1913.
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment aro
sold by druggists and dealers everywhere,
l'or a liberal free sample of each, with 32-p.
hook. 6cnd post-card to Potter Drug _
Cliem. Corp., Dept. D, Boston, V. B. A.
W. N.    . 999
|..iy buck in measure ful! and runnln
over, her wrecked  life, her died husband, her grief and  lier sliallie.
She laid her plans Willi the caution
1 uiul absolute recklessness   ot ;t diseased mentality.   Normally n shrink
i Ing, nervous woman, she became cold,
I passionless, deliberate in III r revenge.
To    disgrace  Schwartz  and   l.etnliig
I was  her original  Intention.  Bul   she
could   nol   gel   lhe  papers.
I   Khe resorted to hounding -lemliig,
meaning lo drive him to suicide. And
1 she chose 11 method thai had more
nearly driven iiiiii to madness. Where-
I ver he turned he found the figures
eleven Iwcuty-lwo ('. sometimes Jusl
the number without the letter. It bud
been Henry Butler's cell number during his Imprisonment, and if they
were graven ou his wife's soul they
burned themselves In lines of lire on
Fleming's brain. For over a year she
pursued Ibis course- someiimes
I through the mall, at other times in
the most unexpected places, wherever
I she could bribe a messenger to carry
tho paper. Sane'. No, hardly sane,
but inevitable as fate.
The time came when other things
went badly with Fleming, as 1 had already heard from Wardrop. Ile Iled
fo tlie White Cat, and for a week El-
len Butler hunted htm vainly. She had
decided to kill him, and on tho night
Margery Fleming had found the paper
on the pillow she bad been ln the
house. She was not the only Intruder
In the house Unit night. Some one,
presumably Fleming himself���-liad
been there before her. She found a
ladies' desk broken open and a small
drawer empty. Evidently Fleming.
unable to draw a check while ln hiding, had needed ready money, As to
the jewels that had been disturbed in
Margery's boudoir, 1 could only surmise the impulse that afler prompting
to lake them had failed at lhe sight
of liis dead wife's jewels. Surprised
hy the girl's appearance, she had
crept to the upper lloor ami concealed herself in an empty bedroom. It
had been almost dawn before she got
out. No doubt this was lhe room belonging to the butler, Carter, which
Margery had reported us locked that
night.
She took a key from the door of a
side entrance und locked the door behind h'sr when she left. Within a
couple of nights she hnd learned that
Wardrop was coming home from
Plattsburg, and she met him at Bellwood. We already knew the nature of
that meeting. She drove back to town.
half u addened by her failure lo secure
the letters that would have cleared her
husband's memory, hut the wiser by
one thing: Wardrop had inadvertently
told her where Fleming was hiding.
The next, night she went to the
White Cat and tried to gel in. She
knew from her husband of the secret
staircase, for many a political meeting
of Ihe deepest significance had been
possible by its use. But the door was
locked, and she had no key.
Abovi her the warehouse raised its
empty height, and It wns not long before she decided to see What sho could
learn from its upper windows. She
went in at the gale and felt her way,
through the rain, lo the windows. At
that moment the gale opened suddenly and a man muttered something in
the darkness. The shock was terrible.
1 bad no idea lhat night of what
my innocent, stumbling into the warehouse yard had meant to a half crazed
woman just beyond my range of vision. After a little she got her courage again, and she pried open nn unlocked  window.
The rest, of her progress inusl have
been much as ours had been a few
nights later. She found a window thai
commanded tho club, and with three
possibilities that she would lose and
would seo lhe wrong room, she won
the fourth. The room lay directly before her, distinct In every outline,
Willi Fleming sealed at the table, facing her und sorting some papers.
Sbe rested her revolver on the sill
and took absolutely deliberate aim.
Her bands were cold, and si 0 even
rubbed them together lo make Ihem
steady. Then she llred, and :; crash
of thunder at the very instant covered
tlie sound.
Fleming sal for a moment before he
swayed forward. On that instant she
realized that there was some one else
In the room���a man who took an uncertain stop or two forward into view,
threw up his hands and disappeared as
silently ns he had come. It was
Schwartz. Then she saw the door into the hall open, saw Wardrop come
slowly in and close it, watched his
sickening realization of what had occurred, then a sudden panic seized
her. Arms seemed to stretch out
from the darkness behind her, to draw
her into it. she tried to get away, lo
run, even to scream���then she fainted.
It Wa3 gray dawn when sho recovered
her senses and got hack to the hotel
room she had taken under au assumed
name.
By night she was quieter. She read
tho news of Fleming's death in the
papers, and she glowed over it. But
there was more to be done; she was
only  beginning.  She meant    to  ruin
Schwartz, to kill Ills credit to fell Mm
with the illlb o! public disfavor. War-
droll had told lur lhai her husband's
letters were wiih other papers nt tho
Monmouth avenue house,    where    lie
could nol get them.
Fleming's body was laken home that
day, Saturday, but she had gone too
far to slop, she wanted 1*' papers before l.ighil'ooi could got al Ihem and
destroy the Incriminating ones.   That
night she go*| inlo lhe Fleming house,
] using, tlie lie.,  she hud taken. She ran-
1 sucked the library, Jlndtng not the lot-
I lers thai Wardrop had _b.lt] were there,
hut others equally or more Incrlmlna.
! Ing.' cancelled notes, private accounts
thai would have ruined Schwartz forever.
It was then thai I saw the light and
went downstairs, My unlucky stumble
cine her.warning enough to turn out
lhe light. For Hi,, rest, tlie chase
through the back hull, lhe dinlny. room
mul ihe panto had culminated iu her
escape up the back slairs, While I hnd
fallen down the dumb waiter shaft.
Sbe hail run Into Bella on the upper
lloor���Belln, who had almost fa 111 tod
and who knew hi r nud Kepi her until
morning, petting her and soothing her
and finally gelling h iv Into a troubled
sleep.
i'1'o be Conllnuedl
ThriT ts more catarrh tn thin seotlon
of tho  country  than  nil  oilier diseases
put   together,   11ml  until   tlio    last   tew
years    was   supposed   10   he   Incurable,
For   a   groat   many   years   doctors   pro-
! nounced it u local disease and prescribed
i local remedies, and ny constantly lulling
I to  cure  with    local    treatment,    pro-
t nouined    tl     Incurable,     Science     hns
proven  Catarrh   to  be  a  constitutional
disease, and therefore requires constitutional   treatment.   Hall's  Catarrh   Cure,
manufactured by  F, .1.  Cheney  _ Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Constitutional
cure ou the market.   It is taken internally  In   .loses  from  10 drops   lo  a   i ia-
spoonful     it  nets directly on  tho tuood
and   rnUCOUS   Surfaces     or     Hie   system. 1
They offer ono hundred dollars for any
ease It fnllfl to euro. Send tor circulars
and  testimonials,
Address: F, J. CHENEY _ CO., To- ,
looo, Ohio I
Sold by  DrUKgats,  "tic.
Take null's Family Pills for constlpa
tlon.
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Blended to Suit Hard Water
Hard water spoils most teas but not
Red Rose. It is distinctive in this respect, being specially selected and blended
to suit the hard water of the Prairie Provinces. No matter how hard the water it
cannot destroy the rich strength and flavor of Red
Rose Tea. This i. one of the main reasons, perhaps,
why Red Rose is such a favorite.
In 1 lb. and Yi lb. lead
packages at 40c., 50.. and
60c.���also in tins of 3 lbs.
and larger.
N.B.- Coffee users will find Ited
Rose Coffee an geiieiously good
us Kid Ro_ Tea. 42a
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RedRose
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EDDY'S FIBREWARE
Tubs and Pails retain the heat
of the water much longer than
the wooden or galvanized iron
tubs, are cheaper than the latter
and   will   not   rust   the  clothes
"Ma.' 1 print a kiss upon your
lips?"
"Yes, provided you promise not tu
publish ii."
Warts on tlie bands is a disfigurement that troubles many ladles, tlol-
loway's Corn Cure will remove tho
blemishes without pain.
Kverh.ci-O���Say, lend in., another
live. Vou Itnow, what's been done
once can be done ngaln.
-ottltt���I can't.
ShsloM	
the  family  remedy  (or  CoughB  end  Cold.
Small  dose.    ..-nail bottle.    u_t since 1670.
Willie  Guesses  It
Teacher���What will your father do
wben ho  sees Ibis report card?
Willie���When he sees I'm zero he'll
give me a warmln.'
Minard's    Liniment    Relieves Neuralgia.
At the Club
Jinks���We're trying lo raise th'
janitor's balary. Wha. will 1 put you
down for?
Blnks���A lobster, I s'lose. 11. give
$10.
There is a cc.'Uin old German !
Wllkes-Barre, Pa., whose pride, like
that of many .'.elf-made men, leads
him at timef iu.. a sort of patronizing condescension towar'. thor. j
things  he   did "have  time  for"
when he was making his way in life.
Upon the occasion of thi graduation ol a nephew he asked
"Vol, Wllhelni, vot did they tench
you up there?"
"Greek and Latin," said I'nr boy,
"and German  and algebra."
"So. so," murmured the old German. "And vol's der algebra for potatoes now?"���Youth's companion.
NEW  LIFE
Found in Change to Right Food
After one suffers for montl.s from
acid  dyspepsia,  sour  stomach,    and
| then  Iind:! the remedy ia in getting
tbe right kind of food, it is something
to speak about,
An eastern lady and her young son
had such an experience and she
wants others to know how to get
relief. She writes:
"For about fifteen months my little
boy and myself bad suffered with
sour stomach. We were unable to retain much of anything we ate.
"After suffering in this way for so
long l decided to consult a specialist
in stomach diseases. Instead of prescribing drugs, he put us botu on
Grape-Nut ti and we hegen to Improve
immediately.
"It was the key to a nev, life. 1
found we had been eating too much
heavy food which Wo could not digest. In a few weeks after commencing G; ape-Nuts, 1 was able to do
my house work. I wake in the morning with a clear head and feel rested
and have no sour otomach. My boy
sleeps well and wakes with a lai.gh.
"We have regained our lost weight
ind continue to tat Grape-Nuts for
both the morning and evening anals.
We arc well and happy nnd owe it to
Grape-Nuts."
Name given by Canadian Postum
Co., Windsor, Out. Road "The Road
to Wellville" iu pkgs. "There's a
Reason."
Ever read the above letter? A
new one apnears from time to time.
They are genuine, true and full of
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The Jam of Absolute
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JUST LIKE
MOTHER
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Can be had from your
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Pails
Mutual Benefit
"1 took a l��ng walk yesterday,"
said Boroman, ns he collapsed iuto a
seat at Husyman's desk.
"Take another, old man," suggested Busyman; "It'll do us both good."
A safe nnd sure medicine for a
child troubled with worm ��� Is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.
"Is sho good to tin   children?"
"Very.     She lct3  them  do  everything their father doesn't want them
to  do."
CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION
Constipation is < i.e of the most
common ailments of childhood and no
child suffering .rem it thrives well.
To banish it no other medicine acts
so promptly and surely as Baby's
Own Tablets. They never fail to
bring relief. Concerning them Mrs.
Dominique Ferh.nd, St. Michel, Que.,
writes: "I consider Baby's Own Tablets a marvellous remedy for little
cues. 1 gave them lo my baliy fo.'
constipation and tbey'soon made him
well again." The Tnbiatb are sold
hy medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box Irom The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brookvllle  Out.
$500 Reward
will be i_l.cn fnr tbe discovery, living or
dead, of
PROF, CECIL F. LAVai
(formerly of Teacher's Colic..e, Columbia University, New Vork)
Of OHIO STAT- UNIVERSITY, of
Columbus, Ohio, who while travelling lost
his memory and identity, at Hamilton,
Canada, Monday, November 24th, 1918.
and is missing ever since.
Every likely clue has been anxiously
investigated by Mrs, Lnvtl. bnt without
success.
DESCRIPTION���Age 41; heights ft
10 in.: teeth gold-filled; dark hair, thin on
top, slightly prey; prominent ears; hollow
temples; small brown moustache; slim
build; dark blue eyes; mny be wearing J
glasses; quiet, gentlemanly manner; hlg_ l
character.
Notify Mrs. C. F. Lavell,
1C0 Walmcr Road, Toronto, Canada.
Telephone II merest 1806.
Hooked
Mother���What makes you think ho
is getting serious?
Father���He has stopped bringing
me cigars and uses my tobacco.
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You are nervous. You have "crying spells." You are
dejected. You don't sleep well. You have backache. You
have lost ambition for your work. You are beginning to
feel old and look old.
These symptoms, more than likely, are produced hy some -<__-.
ness or derangement.
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Make the Liver
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Nine limes i�� Imi whni _c K���� n light the
_txn__ an - bowels _c right.
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do its duly
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PATENTS
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King stret't cast. Toronto, Canada.
"Wan', ii hair cut, sir?"
"I   don't   believe   i.    partiality,    I
want 'em alt cut."���New York World.
Try   Murins   Eye    Remedy
IC you htv_i Red, Weak, Watery Eyes
_r GranuV-itect ISyolids, Doesn't Smart
���Soothes _.ye Pain. Druggist?-,!S_U
Murine Kye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, S0_.
Iturina &ye Salve iu Aseptic Tubes,
_5c, SOc,    Eye Books Free by MallV
' 'Ac Eyo ���_,-/_ s '*��� __ lor Oil Xyco _���< -tod Co.t>
Mu_.ac B- s> Uctaatly Co,, Chicajo
Misers anc Cranks
a strange thins ahoui the mlgei is
the fact thai he always di sires to
have n great amount of r<udy cash
always on band.
A certain peer ol ISnglnud one duy
asked a com laptop nurse to -1 to
town and cash a check tor lilin al the
Hank ot Bugland.
To the aiiiazi'incni nt lhe nurse, the
clu ck which he handed her was made
out for $500,000. The old man asked
her- to be Burs and gel one nolo l'or
llu- whole amount.
The check Was ptoaeuteii, and the
hank, having Batlstled iisoir that the
transaction was O.K., suggested thai
a clerk he sent to hand over the note
111 person to the peer.
Alter having done lliis, the clerk
told the peer that only three such
notes were in existence. "One," he
snld, "we have at. the hank; anotltc:'
I have Just surrendered to your lordship, iind.ol' the third we have bocn
unable In Hud any  trace."
"In Uiul I may he pr service lo
you." said Ihe Old lord, and, going to
a chest, lm unlocked a secret drawer
and look the missing nolo from Its
piace ot hnir, concealment,
SHE HAS THE VERY
BEST OF REASONS
WHY   THIS   MANITOBA   LADY   RECOMMENDS DODD'S  KIDNEY
PILL'..
Mrs       Bourbonierre       Had      Many
Troubles, all of v.hich Were Caused
by Sick Kidneys, and She Found a
Simple  and Complete Cure.
St.    Hose    du    Lac,    Manitoba.-
I Special I  -Mrs.     D.  .1.   Hourbcniei'i'e,
an estimable ludy of this plac_    is
losing    no    opportunity    to    praise
Dodd's Kidney Pills to her   friends.
And she has a reason. Here it is in
her own words.
"I Buffered very much from my
kidneys," Mrs. Hourboni- ire says. "1
wus tired aud nervous, my appetite
was uncertain and my nemo"y was
failing. 1 had heart Mult Clings, my
hack was sore and 1 was troubled
with headaches. Rheumatism w.s
finally added to ir.y sufferings and I
was in a bad way indeed.
"I tried one medicine, hut i*. did
mi no good, am', then I was advised
to try Uodd's Kidney Pills. I am
very glad that I did, for now after
taking four boxes '. am p wall woman
again."
Dodd's Kidney Pills tu.'ed Mrs.
Bourbonierre because all her troubles
came from sick Kidneys. Sick Kidneys cannot do their work of straining tlie impurities out of the blood,
and tlio result Is sickness, depression
and lassitude all over the body. Dodd's
Kidney Pills cured the.Kidneys; the
purified blood did the rest.
Settled
Howard���I heard your daughter is
going to marry an Knglish nobleman.
I   it all settled?
Coward���-Yes;  every cent she had.
Minard's L/irilm'ent Co.
Oehtleinen;--! had my leg badly
hurt, the pain was very severe and a
large swelling came above the knee.
I expected it would be serious���I
rubbed It with MINARD'S LINIMENT, which ��� stopped the pain nnd
reduced the swelling very quickly.
1 caunot speak tco highly of MINARD'S LINIMENT.
AMOS T, SMITH.
Port llocd island.
Willie���Pa, why was Adam coated
first?
Pa.���To give him a chance to say
something, my sou.
SMIMeOMi
aulcV.ly stopo cow.   . cures colds, and heals
the ih-_ and lune��.      II      '���>      OS cents.
Old Lady (lo seedy-looking library
boy)���Have  you  got  "Hpicetus?"
Boy���No, thank you. mum I It's
only a bad cold and a sore throat.
After 10 'Vears of Asthma Dr. .1. D.
Kellogg's Asthma Remedy proved the
only relief for one grateful" user, and
this is but one cure among many.
Little wonder lhat it has now become
the one recognized remedy on th-
market. It has earned its fame by
Its nevir falling effectiveness It ij
earniiig It today, as it has done ��or
years, il is the greatest asthma
specific within the reach of suffering
humanity.
Seaplane Lifeboats
The British admiralty has decided
lhat all seaplanes used by naval airmen shall carry a miniature lifeboat,
suspended underneath the body of
the machine. The boats r.re to be
built of cedar, equipped with two
oars, a mast, and sail; and weigh only
10 pounds.
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Druggists  refund  money    if    PAZO
OINTMENT fails    to    cure    Itching.
Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Pil.s.
First application gives relief.    50c.
W. N. U. 999
"1 am sorry tc learn your mother is
ill," said the sympathizing teacher to
tho little girl who hii.l come in lale.
"Is she sick abed?"
"Not quite," rdl-led tbe truthful
child, 'She's just sick a-Bofa."���Chicago Tribune.
Nerviline Ends Neuralgia,
Brings Reliet Instantly,
No   Remedy   Like  Old  "Nerviline"  to
Cure Pain or Soreness
That terrible ache���how you fairly
reel with  tt���thai  slabbing,  burning
neuralgia���what    misery    it    causes.
Never mind, yon don't have to Miller;
���use Nerviline, it';  a sure cure. Nol
an  experiment,  because n nrly  forty
years of wonderful success has made
a name for Nervllttte among the people of many different nations  ''There
is nothing speeuier to end Nenralgl ���
headache than old-time   'Nerviline,'"
writes Mr. (1. C. Dalglelsh, from Bv-
anstnti.   "It is s.i powerful and pen"-,
trating lhat it  saems to eal  up any j
pain In a minute,   My family couldn'i,
get  along  without   Nerviline.   Wo  always keep the 60c fnmlly size bottle
handy on lhe shell', and use il to end
chi'Sl  colds, sore throat, coughs, ear-!
ache, toothache and pain in the hack.
My  wife swears  by  Nerviline,    For
crumps its el_oci. is astonishing and
we believe it is better nnd Bpeodler
than any other household family remedy."
Paintiri    Rocks   With   Oati-rcil
in the y.iKiicgu'ul ii itden i i ,i i.on
iiiiii  Hioj   have Jtlsi   Uuj.':,,..  t-nii.i
Ing   a   series   of   COUcrt Ills   .ml
1; rraees unon which wilu t ulillats
������111 roam at in. ��� under coi.dtiltm s
us nearly tnrur.il ;;e, possible. TliesJ
hills and terraces hnve hei a painted
with a mixture of nai leal imuh
and bone-meal, the object being t'i
add phosphate to the lime ol Hi;
concrete, phosphatoB being essential lo tro growth of moss .md lichens.    It is believed thnl tbls coming
Will    CaptlTO    tho    spores   Of    III -..������-_
iind lichens and enable thoui to grow,
thus iu. king the surface Df the racks
greert and more laturtil In appearance than tin) hare concr ;o_
np   I
Our Language
"If  that  mining  ste.ek  goon
shall   make  a lot of money."
"Unl   il  the  mine    goes    up    yon
won't."
SUFFERED 20 YEARS
With  Kidney  Trouble,  Cured  by  Gin
Pills
Mr. Dai.iel K. Frasi- of Brttlgevllle,
N.O., says about GIN   PILLS:     'Tor
twenty  years   I  have  been   troubled
with   Kidney   and  Bladder    Disease,
and have beon treated hy many d��c-i
tors but. found little relief. 1 had given
up all hope of getting cured when 1 i
tried GIN  PILLS.    Now, I  can  say I
with a happy heart, that. 1 am cured]
after using only four boxes of GIN'
PILLS."    SOc a box,  G    l'or    $2,60.
Cample free  if you  write    National
Drug & Chemical Co. '_ Canada, Limited,  Toronto.
There i.i nothing repulslvu i;i M tier's Worm Pdwfiei'H, and they are as
pli .isanl to lake as sugar, bo that .few
children will icfuse them, in sonic
cases they canst vomiting through
their action In an unsound stoiuncti,
llll   litis   is  only  a   miinlt'eslalii. t     of
their cleansing power, uo lndl3..ttou
Iimi   ihey  are hurtful.  Thoy  can  he
thorough.1   depended   iip.n,   it,   elear
iill  worms from  the system,
Among the curious luxi a imposed
in Germany on various objects are
those 011 baby carriages, where tile
amount is forty cents each, and $1.50
tax oil caged nightingales, of which
there have not been any for many
years, and toti'ists for whom the
hdtelkeeper is taxed two and one-
hull' cents, which is added to the hill.
Louise She says her husband is lu
clover.'
Laura���Dear me I always thought
it  was win ut.
Wrong Idea
Relative���He says    he    took    tho
money intending lo put it back!
The Boss���Ignorance    of tho  first
principles of high  Unacc.   is no ex-l
cuse! i
A Good Corn Shelter
Itoots oul any kind of a corn, hard,
soft or bleeding; cures it without
pain, acts at night while yon sleep-
its name is .'iitaam's Painless Corn
Extractor, the only painless remedy
that nets in twenty-four hours. Putnam's l-niulobs Corn and Wart I3x-
tia.'.or is sure and safe, price '2a
cents.
Everybody
feel $ better when Liver and
Bnwela are normal.     Keep
your _ toned up wiih
^hbey:_
vescent _lCll'
>������������������������������____���-���___
25c and 60c at all Druggists anJ
Stores. Take Abbey Vita Tablets for
Sick   Nerves.
A Bad Breaking Out
"Do ynu believe that love is a sort
I of sickness, as some doctors  say'.'"
"Well,  yes -something  c.   a   rash
i nature."
Na-Dru-Co laxatives
are different in thnt they
tlo not gripe, purge nor
cause nausea, nor dots
continued use lessen their
effectiveness. Vou can
{always depend on tlietu.
55c. a box at your
Druggist's.    |7��
I Nat-ittl Dm) md Cheml_l C��.
ol Cam4a, tli_i_.
Hence the B'_i
"Why do yon sign your name J.
John li. ll. B. Bronsoii?" asked Hawkins.
"Becaic.e lhat Is my name," said
BroiiBon, "I was christened by a minister who stuttered.
Hi.x��� Whal    would you  do  1!  you
were   Worth   &   million   ll illurs'.'
Dix   The tax assessor, if  I  could.
-Philadelphia Ledger.
Minard's   Liniment   for  sale   everywhere.
British manufacturers supply 9.
per cent, of the cycles Imported iaU
lapau.
Nt^i^in^nibleCoiKlitkm
Would fall to
Floor from sheer
{   Exhaustion
I"Your Medicine Helped
When Doctors Failed"
Mrs. Edwin Martin, Ayer's Cliff, Que., writes:���
"Before I began taking Nerve Food I was in a terrible
condition, dizzy spells came over me, and I would
fall to the floor, and I could not as much as sweep the floor without fainting unless they
took me out in the air. Now I can wash and work a lot, and your Medicine helped me
when the Doctors failed.    I felt as though it was a God-send to me.
1 hope you will use my name wherever you like so that if there are any others
suffering as I have done, they may be benefited by using your Medicine for it will do all
it claims to do. I think it is the best of Medicines. Dr. Chase's Ointment is the best
that can be had for Piles."
Restores Wasted Nerves
Few people realize what an important part the nerves play in the condition of the
health, and many doctors feel helpless when the nerves go wrong because they do not
understand diseases of the nerves or their treatment.
If you read the letters which appear in this paper almost daily from people who
have been rescued from discouraging and distressing nervous diseases by use ot Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food, you will soon believe in the efficiency of this treatment.
When headaches, sleeplessness, irritability and nervousness make your life miserable, be warned of the approach of nervous prostration, paralysis and locomotor ataxia,
and restore the feeble, starved nerves by using Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. No treatment
is so certain to benefit you. 50 cents a box, 6 for $2.50. All dealers or Edmanson,
Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.   Write for booklet. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
Read
Unless You Are Anxious to Save Money
You are not Saving Money by Purchasing Inferior Materials for the house
you are going to bulid
REMEMBER-QUALITY IS ECONOMY
We  have a   large selection   of   Locks and   Night   Latches  in   Brass  and
Copper Finish.    The name "YALE" stamped on  hardware  is  an
absolute guarantee of good quality
All our windows are glazed   with   best  grade   English  Glass.     Glass   cut
to any size and shape
THE BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
Phone 66 COURTENAY P. 0. Box 230
"Not better than the best, but better than the rest"
The Ford Motor Co., of Manchester, England, makes and sells more
cars in England  today  than  the combined output of the next five
largest automobile manufacturers in England
The Ford was tlie first public tazlcab in London, as in St.   Petersburg
and New York
E. CJ. EMDE
FORD DEA .ER FOR COMOX DISTRICT
Ford   Garage
troubles, house
(or  storage  battery   charging and repairing ignition
wring and lighting, etc.     Gasoline 3.5 cents per gnllon
Local Lines
To Rent���two first class offices
over McKean's .-dure. Good light,
rent reasonable.
To Rent- Modern bungalow, 3
minutes from P. 0, Abply to P.I
A. Smith, Courtenay.
For fine painting, paperhangiug
and decorating don't fail to see
Doyle & Home, Courtenay.
Mrs. Kepner ha: a fine display
of new, Spring, fancy, goods, also
a nice stock of fancy work. A
call is solicited.
Found���At Kye Bay, a row
boat. Owner can have same by
paying expenses. Apply W. Lawrence, Kye Bay,
For Sale���Mare and colt, weighs
1360 lbs., 6 years old, sound and
true. Will sell cheap. Apply A.
W. Salmond, Grantham,
New Courtenay post cards, fiuest
selection by first class photographer
at Robertson's Drugstore.
For Sale���Gedar posts and poles;
lieardless barley and good seed po,
tatoes. T. C, Woods, Sandwick
Phone R 96,
From    MV    hens    to   YOUR
For  Sale���Good  driving  mare.
Apply Review Office.
Wanted���A girl for light housework. Apply to Mrs. W. Dingwall, Box 143, Courtenay,
For Sale���14 Yorkshire Pigs, 6
weeks   old,   also   1   Brood   Sow.
_pply C,  Burchell,  Little River
Road' Comox.
Wanted--Horses for pasturing,
by the month. Apply to G. C,
Bigelow, next the Indian Reservation ,   p. 0. Box 252.
Wanted���By active young man,
situation as teamster, teetotaler and
non-smoker, understands horses.
$.0 and board or #70 per month.
Samuel Pilling,  Courtenay P, O.
Young lady desires position as
book keeper in store or office.
Thoroughly experienced. Full
particulars, Phone R 90.   Apply
E. A. H-, Royal Oak Farm Sandwick, B. C
James and Fred McKenzie, and
Geo. Willard an! Jas. Holligan
have taken up their residences in
the orchard.
Strayed onto my place on Wednesday, June 3, 1914, a cow and
calf at foot. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying
expenses. If not called for in one
month will be sold to pay expenses.
F. R. Liddell, Grantham.
ROBERTSON'S DRUG STORE
Formerly Peacy's
Books and Magazines
Fresh and Pure Drugs
Cameras and Photo Supplies
Pipes and Cigars
Best Chocolates and Candies
W. G. Robertson, Courtenay Drug Store
, .   ,      ,. , , ,. 1    Fer   Sale���1    horse     mowing
kitchen direct. I deliver eggs every machine, neW| #40- , driving horse
Tuesday in Courtenay, at current afraid 0f nothing, J50.   33 acres
between half-way house and Mars-
Certificated nurse. Mrs.
Campbell, who has had
years mirsi. c
Philip
twenty
��� tot
market rate. You want my eggs
I want your money. Write and
ask me to call. H. W. Heberden,
Phone Y 96.   Sandwick,
A few choice young pure bred
Yorkshire pigs of either sex for
sale. Parents prize winners at
New Westminster. Price to you
registered $10 each. Now is your
opportunity to get a really good
annimal.   R. U. Hurford.
The British Columbia Nurseries
Co. Ltd. have appointed Mr, W.
D. Stoker, of Courtenay, their local representative for ihe sale of
their well known nursery stock.
Mr, Stoker is now taking orders
Fall 1914 and Sprifts,.   .g_5 de-
den road, with fir and cedar timber
$100 per acre. Apply Review,
Courtenay.
The last of the Qualicum tribe
of Indians, is Mrs, W. Smith,
daughter of the last chief of the
tribe. She and her husband and
family, had not been tesiding at
Qualicum for several years past,
but she received word from her
lawyer a few months ago, that she
would have to go back to the reserve to hold her claitij. The reserve comprises of 193 acres of
beach , forest and stream, and is
beautifully situated. j'Qualicum
Tom" is riot a Qualicum Indian,
northern tribe. He has
reservation
Don't forget the building bee on
Friday.
Opera House, special motion
pictures. Beauty and the Beast, a
fairy story in pictures, 3 reels.
Childrens' matinee, Saturday at a
I P. ��..
1 Mr. W. Dingwall is having a few
holidays this week, the result of
giving his left hand a bad gash
while cutting kindling on Monday
morning.
I The Ladies' Afc' Society of the
i Presbyterian Church will bold their
I annual strawberry festival and concert in the Opera House on Wednesday evening, June 24. An excellent program is being prepared.
I ������_
I    Blacksmith's Association
The blacksmiths doing business
in Comox Valley and Cumberland
formed an association on Saturday
night last. They decided to wor1-
but nine hours per day and take
Saturday afternoon off, This will
take effect on July ist. The.
officers of the association are: I
1    President, J. W.   McKenzie Sr.
Secretary, G. Leighton
Treasurer, E. R. Kersdale
The association starts out with
the following members.
LaForest & Fortune; J. W. McKenzie, Sr.; J. W. McKenzie, Jr.;
F. C.  McMullen; D. R. Kersdale;
G. B. Leighton; Hugh McKenzie;
H. Mitchell.
WATER NOTICE
APPLICATION for a License to take and
use Water will be made under the
"Water Act" of British Columbia as
follows:���1. The name of the applicant
is Denman Island Stone Co., Limited,
2. The address of the applicant is Vancouver, B. Oi, care of Terminal Lumber
Co. 3. The name is Beaver Dam Lake.
The stream has its source in Section 17,
Denman Island, flows in a northerly
direction, and empties Into the.sea about
the middle of the Island on tlie east side.
4. The water is to be diverted from the
lake on the west side, about the middle
of lake. 5. The purpose for which tlie
the water will be used for is steam boilers and stone saws. 6. The land on
which the water is to be used is described
as follows:���South 1-2, N. B. 1-4. Sec.
18, Denman Island, B, C. 7. The quantity of water applied for is as follows :
8,000 gallons per day. The quantity of
water to be stored is 7,000 gallens. 8.
This notice was posted on tne ground on
the 25th day of May, 1914. 9. A copy
of this notice aud an applicatien pursuant
thereto and to the requirements of the
"Water Act" will be filed in the office
of the Water Recorder at Nanaimo, B.
C. Objections may be filed with the
said Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament
[.Buildings, Victoria, B. C.
Dbnman Is.and Stonb Co., Limitbd,
I Applicant
S. J. Dumaresq,
Agent
The civic census_ just completed
in Edmonton gives the city a population of 72,516, an increase of
5273 over the 1913 count.

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