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List Your Property with
Island Realty Co.
Wo Can Sell It
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REVIEW
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If Vou Have Money to Invest,
See us; we Can Make Vou
Large Dividends
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VOL. 1
COURTENAY, B. C., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912
NO. 2
LOOK!
Eight Acres, All Cleared, with
Six-Roomed House; Barn and Outbuildings, ONE MILE from C.P.R.
Station, Courtenay. Price $4,500,
One-fifth Cash; Balance 6, 12, 18
and 24 months, at 7 per cent.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISLAND REALTY CO.
P. L. ANDERTON, Manager
Phone 22 Courtenay, B. C.
Wfaeps Do You Buy Toup'FupnituFB?
WE SPECIALIZE IN
Furniture
St.OVf3S
Ranges
and
We have a Fine Assortment of the Best Heating
Cooking Stoves and Ranges in the District. Our
Line of Oak Souvenirs���Coal and Wood Heaters
from $10 to $17 cannot be Beaten Give Satisfaction to Ever}' User. We Invite You to call any time
and Inspect our Stock.    No Trouble to show Goods.
Courtenay House Furnishing Stores
B. F. KRAUSE, Proprietor
ameron & Al
Real Estate and Insurance
Auctioneers and Valuators
REPRESENTING
Ocean   Accident   and Guarantee
Corporation
Scottish Union and National Insurance Co.
Great West Life Assurance Co.
List Your Property with Us for Quick Results
Telephone 33
Willard Block Courtenay
fbtm   .
LOCAL  LINES
M . Samuel Watson left for his
home in Cumberland yesterday.
Send iu )our subscription to the
Review, $1.50 per year.
Mr. Chas. Shannon, of C mrte-
nay left on Saturday for Vancouver.
Messrs. Naylor, Patter, on, and
Walker, of Cumberland, were visitors in town yesterday.
Mr. Frank Cameron left on Sunday for Vancouver on a business
trio.
Wedding ana other invitations
printed ou short notice at the Review office.
Mr. Villi Auderton of the Islaud
Realty Co. sold over $12,000 worth
of real estate in the past three days.
FOR SALE���Jersey cow, 5 yrs.
old, due to calve this month. Particulars. Hardy & Biscoe, Courte-
auy.
It is reported that no less than
seven weddings are to take place in
this district during tbe present
month.
Wanted���Bright youth, about 15
years of age to learn the printing
business.    Apply  at The Review
office.
Messr.;. Robert Grant and Sam
Shore have purchased the Vernon
Block, including the Giotto Bar at
Victoria.
Advertisers���Please note that in
order to insure changes, copy must
be in our handl not later than
Monday even-ing.
Mrs. Benton, who has been away
for some time, returned home on
Sunday and will be pleased to meet
all her old customers again.
His Honor Judge Barker, of Na-
niamo, spent a few hours in town
on Tuesday evening on his way to
Cumberland. x
Anions those rp<*istered at the
Restmore are A. Leiglitonj attorney at law, Naniamo, and Mr. Jas.
Meuzies, of Duncans.
The Grantham sawmill closed
down yesterday and will be shifted
to new quarters before starting
operations again.
Let us know the coming and going of your friends. We will be
glad at any time to have nolice of
any local happenings.
Read the announcements of the
different merchants in eveiy issue
of the Review. They carry a message which should benefit you.
Mr. P. J. Donnelly, superintendent at the boom camp, was in town
Tuesday. He reports everything
Booming at the camp.
Mr. T. Clark, of Vancouver,
made his annual inspection of the
Royal Bank of Canada at Cumberland this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Johnson, of the
Courtenay    Hotel,     returned   on |
Tuesday   from   California,   where
they spent the past   month  on  an
enjoyable holiday.
The Courtenay House Furnishing Co., have just received a fine
assortment of Xmas. china, suitable /or Xmas. gifts, step iu and
see them.
Win. Henderson, of Victoria, of
the Dominion Public Works Department, was in Comox this week
inspecting the new post office,
which is nehriiig completion.
A dance will be held at Headquarters ou Saturday evening. The
proceeds of which will go towards
the school fund, Everybody and
his best girl are invited.
Mr. J. Young, our popular photographer, entertained a number of
his friends to a yenison supper on
Tuesday evening. A most enjoyable eveuing was spent.
Mr. J. R. Sutton is home from a
week's hunting in the north country, His party secured three deer
and he and his friends are now
feasting on venison.
Wanted��� To borrow three or
four hundred dollars on mortgage.
Security first-class, will pay 10 per
cent. Apply, Loan, Box 1, Review office.
The Canadian I'aiif.e Kail way is
busy fencing in their track at
Courtenay. Work is iroing on
c'earii g ten acre* of land betweu
the Lake Trail Road and Cumber-
laud Road for the erection of a
round house and machine shops.
The site is close lo the laud laid
out for the Courtenay railway depot.
Wc have a large number of very
fine roads iu this district, and we
also have some that require a lot of
attention immediately if they are
t > be at all passable (ids winter, so
say some peoj le who have cause to
drive over them nearly every clay.
One specially mentioned as being
in very bad condition is the one
leading to No. 8, which now runs
to within a quarter of a mile of
that point, and which is but a skid
road. No. 7 is also reported to be
almost impassible.
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather the ball at Comox on Friday evening last was not the success it should have been in point of
numbers. Those who braved the
elements had a splendid time, tripping the "Light Fantastic" far into the early morn. The prize
waltz was won by Mr. Johnson, of
Cumberland and Mrs. Reid Goode,
of Courtenay. The two step was
won by Wm, Kirby, Comox and
Miss Nellie Martin, of Gabriel Island. The best dressed lady's
prize went to Miss Nellie Martin.
The best clown was Ted Cliff, Comox, Best sustained character
prize went to Miss Wilson, the
popu'r ateacher of Comox.
On Sunday morning R, Cairns,
a driver on the Comox Logging
Railway's engine No. 5. was very
severly burned about the face while
carrying the carbide tank for the
bead.light. The wind blew the
gas into a lighted lamp which was
standing a few feet away, causing
an explosion.
The many friends of Mr. Mc-
Guiirgan superintendent of the Comox Logging Co., will be sorry to
learn that he intends to retire at
the end of the vear. He has been
with the compaay here for the past
five years and lias proven nimself
to be a man of sterling worth and
has endeared himself to a host of
friends. His successor has not yet
been named.
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the home of Mr. Richard Carter. Nanaimo road, when
his daughter, Miss Louisa Jane was
united in marriage to Mr. Alfred
Henry Devick, of Kamloops. The
ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Mr. Meuzies in the presence
of a large number of friends and
relatives of the family. The bride
was give away by her father, and
was attended by Miss Maggie Carter, while the groomsman was Mr.
Richard Carter, Jr. Miss Anderson
played the wedding march. The
popularity of the bride was attested
by the large number of useful uud
handsome presents which she received. The happy couple left on
the 9.15 boat for Kamloops, where
they will reside.
T.   T.   GRIEVES
BUILDER  and CONTRACTOR
Bungalow Specialist
idlk'S  ix'Ril   ��&tftft&l63   kT��*
BOX 124
COURTENAY
I Ml
in the Cemox District
Our List of Properties For Sale Includes the Very
Finest Cleared and Uncleared Farms, Sea and River
Frontage, and Bush Lands in ihe District
We are also Exclusive Agents for the New Station
Sub-Division   at   Courtenay,   wheflB   the  Railway
Station   is   to  be  Built.    Prices  Reasonable  and
Terms Easy
Courtenay  Town   Lots   For   Sale   at   All   Prices
Local Agents for E. 8c. N. Railway Lands
We have some Splendid Tracts of Land from 5 to
20 Acres at Reasonable Prices, and Within Easy
Distances from Courtenay
NOTARY PUBLIC
If You want a Safe Investment or Wish to Dispose of
Your Property, See the Pioneer Firm of the District
We are Agents for the Best Fire Insurance Companies and will be Pleased to Insure Your Property
Beadnell & Callin
Telephone 24
Courtenay - and - Comox, B. C. J
THE COURTENAY COURIER, COURTENAY, B. C.
\
18 probably due to uric
acid in the system���the
blood must be purified
the poisonous acid driven Ej
out and general health
must be improved.
Inousanda testify that
Scott's Emulsion rids the
system oi poisonous acid
by enriching the impoverished blood, and its concentrated nourishment is
converted into red blood
corpuscles which drive
out irhe.urnatism.
It 13 especially valuable
to aged people.
Ask for and insist on
SCOTT'S.
Scott & nownc, Toronto, Ontario   12-60
True
Teacher was tclUnt; licr clnss little
stories. In na Ural history, ami alio ask-
od if iinyo".' could toil lier what u
groimd nog was
i'i> went a little hand, waving franc-
llcally.
Well,   Car]    you   miy   nil   u.i   What
a Ki'ound-hoi is
Please ina'am, It's n sausage,
A realdent of Port Worth, Texas,!
prldea liitnsi'f on beiiiK tho only man
living who posseaaoa a set   of   false i
teeth made of cast iron.    Plate and
tooth arS cast In one piece and thoy
weigh nearly live ounces.
Don't Snh-.iit    to    Attlmu.     If you
Btiffi i ��iiim.il hope ol breaking the
chains which l-iml you do nol pul off
another day the purchase of Dr. .1.
I) KoUogg'a lletnedy. A trial will
diivi owaj .ii doubt a:> in lis- efficiency The sun relief thai conies will
convince you mors ihnn anything that
enn be written When hi lp is bo
sine, why suiter? This matchless
remedy la so'i! by dealers everywhere,
It was stated recently in :i London
County Court Hint $500 had been paid
for the goodwill of a street coffee stall.
Mlnard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget   In
Cows
--���iiiiinTT'1' inrnr     u in mwi��
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
C'nn quickly be OYrrcomc by
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely vagstablt
���act surely mid
gently on tl.e
liver. Due
Biliousness*
Head-
ache,
Dizziness, ant! Indigestion.    They do  their duty.
Small Pill, Sin.ill Dmo, Small Price.
Genuine must bear Signature
Whenever you (eel a headache coming on take
NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers
They stop headaches promptly and surely. Do not contain
opium, morphine, phenacetln. acctanilid or other dangerous
drugs.   25c. a box tt your Druggist's. ijj
NATIONAL DRUQ AND CHEMICAL  CO.   Or CANAnA.   LIMITED.
SparkB���I see that young Noodle
and Miss Sharp have made a match
of It. He's got, no head at all, but
Bh"'s a clever girl.
Grlggle���Well, you can't, expect a
match lo have two heads lo it.
Seafaring nun on the Firth of Forth
are greatly interested in a whale
about J.U feet lonu, which has taken
���'ip Its Quarters in the upper reaches.
When an approaching ship founds lis
���siren, the whale proceeds down the
Virth, swims round it and Anally precedes it until Its destination is
reached.
For years Mother (.raves' Worm Exterminator has ranked as the most
effective preparation manufactured,
and It always maintains Its reputation.
The Wires All Carry The
���Sarnie Message���"I Want
You ha vi-,j;ot to use xoms
kind of Kilt ou (he table.
You tllleit use salt ill your
cooking and baking.
Are you using: tlie hest
Kill-WINDSOR TAIiLS
SALT?
It's the little things tltat
count. It's Windsor Salt,
Hint will help you to make
dainty dishes���and flavor
food as it should be
flavored. WINDSOR
8AIA i" pureaud (iuu and
tl'JOtL 60
To our slienl heroes, little Willie
read from the memorial bronze. Pa,
what, are  silent   heroes?
Married  men,  said   pa.
Fells How She Keeps Her
Health ��� Happiness For
Those Who Take
Her Advice.
Scottville, Mich. -"I want to tell yorj
bow much good Lydla E. Plnkham's Veg-
etableOompound and
Sanative Wash have
done me. I live on ���
farm and h nvo worked
very hard. I am
forty-five years old,
and am the mother
of thirteen children.
Many people think
it strange that I am
not broken down
with hard work and
tho care of my f am-
*ly, but I tell them of my good friend,
JLydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Committal, and that there will be no back-
���eho and bearing down pains for them if
they will take it as I have. I am scarcely
tew; without it in tlie house.
" I will say also that I think there is
no better medicine to be found for young
girls. My eldest daughter has taken
Eydia E Pir.kham's Vegetable Com-
���yatmi for painful periods and Irregular.
itSJ, anil it has helped her.
'*"I am always ready and willing to
"���apeak a good word for Lydla E. Pink-
Itam'a Vegetable Compound. I tell every
W: I meet that I owe my health and
bappiness to your wonderful medicine."
���-Mrs.J.G. Johnson, Scottville, Mich.,
�� F D. 8.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
ptnini, made from native roots and herbs,
���contains no narcotics or harmful drugs,
lucd today holds the record of being the
west successful remedy for woman's ill*
liurowa.
Little Boston Black���What's a critic, ma?
Ma���A critic, mnh son am one who
neber approves of anything.
WESTERNER CURED
OF KIDNEY TROUBLE
A Stubborn Case of This Painful Disease    Cured    After the    Patient
Had Suffered for Years, by a
Few Bottles of SANOL
Slowly but surely It has como to bo a
recognized fact  lv both    Hie    ueuple   ui
Carada and  tnc medical profession that
SANOL is the ono remedy that may bo
rolled ou in tases of kidney disease, grav-
ol, stones oi  tho    bltiddur.    gall-stones,
Ulihley-stnius   nml   nil   diseases   una   uli-
imnts due to the  uieeunce of urle acid
in  the system.    This remedy  has  great
numbers  of cures  to  its credit  and  its
makers have received many strong tes'.-
Iinuulals us to lis powers.     One of these
testimonials  was  recently  recciv-id -flout
u   gentleman   who  resides   In   Winnipeg I
ana wtio Is well-known as a most reput- ���;
nol.. citizen.     This letter reads In part
us follows:
"For some years past I had suffered
from my kidneys. About is months ago
t had acute inhumation of those organs,
when 1 was ordered to bed by the medical
iii.in attending me. 1 received considerable relief evil alter a few months The
trouble started again, li was then lhat
I deeided to try SANOU of which I had
uoth read and heard. After tatting two
bottles I felt very much belter and my
condition ranldly Improved, When 1 had
taken the contents of eight bottles. I felt
better tlinn T had dono for years for mv
kidney trouble had entirely left me. It
is now .'1.(1111 three months since f finished with the medicine aud I am enjoying
the best of health."
The Audr.ss of ihe gentleman who
wrote the nbove will be given lo any who
may Inquire. The makers of SANOt, are
able to give a large number of addresses
of people who will give to Inquirers similar lestimonv as to the benefits tbey derived from the use of ihN remedy,
SANOt, is manufactured civ bv the
SANOL MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
LTD.. H77 Main Street, Winnipeg. It
may lie purchased by any drug store or
direct from the makers at Sl.TiO per hot.
tie.
About 80,000 lobsters are eaten daily
In flreat Britain; most, of them come
from  Norway  and  Nova   Scotia.
tw.'vjmww ** w*y iwiwu'fww
USE  YOUR  SPARE  TIME
We five you a Home Study Course
which will enable you to prepare for
hetter things by using your spare time.
"A'e teuc'i all Commercial branches,
lllghel Accounting, Drawing, Illustrating, and lit young people for good
positions at good salaries. Write lis
for particulars and let us know what
position you would like to. prepare
Mr. Do It now. Address W. II.
"haw, President, Shaw Correspondence School, Toronto, Canada.
Hy an Aol Signed bj twenty-four j in Prance 21.24 per cent, of the
Powers, ilie Pr-riitnnenl Court of Arb-1 population are employed In agrlcul-
llrulion at the Hague was established I mill pursuits; In tho United Kingdom
in 1889. I the percentage Is r>.58.
When You Buy Matches,
Ask for
They have a true  safety  base
head,   wit.i   silent    tip.    Wi
never  explode  if Stepped   on.
Eddy's   Matches   bave  satirtled   Canadians sine* IS61���accept no other*.
The C. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada
INSIST ON  GETTING "EDDY'S"
Washboards,   Wood Pails  and   Tuba,
Fibre Pails and Tubs.
W.  N.  U.  925
GROWING GIRLS AND
ALLJOMEN
Should Keep Their Blood Supply
Rich,  Red and Pure.
On every hand you see women and
growing gins in the deadly clutches
of anaemia. Slowly, but surely a
pallor as o( death settles on their
cheeks; their eyes grow dull; their
appetite fickle; their steps languid.
Dally they are being robbed of all
vitality and brightness, The trouble
If neglected, becomes more acute until the signs of early consumption become apparent. What women and
young girls in this condition need Is
new, rich, red blood, and there is no
other medicine can do the work of
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, in making
this new. good blood. Those Pills
make girls and women well, and bring
hack the charm and brightness of perfect, regular health. Here is a bit of
proof. M'ss Lillle O'Carroll, Norwood, Ont., says:���"About two years
ago my health began to fail. 1 was
weak, run down and had no ambition
for anything I had frequent headaches, would be completely tired out
after the least exertion, and bad little
or no appetite. A doctor who was
giving me medicine finally told me he
feared 1 was going into consumption,
which, of course made me very much
down-hearted. As the medicine I
was taking was not doing me any-
good I decided to try Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills, and I shall ever feci grateful that I did so. My story may be
summed up In the words "nine boxes
of the Pills fully restored my health,
-perhaps saved my life, and 1 am
now as strong and healthy as any
girl."
Every anaemic sufferer can obtain
equally good results through a fair
use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Sold
Jiy all medicine dealers or by mall at
50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50
from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockvllie, Ont.
THE COWAN OOMPANV. LIMITED
TORONTO. OKT.
mmmzzz.
receive cash prizes   (twelve  in
each Province) in our big
IT JYs held a contest last year in which 36 prizes were
��� ��   offered.    This year there will be three times as  many
prizes (.408) and therefore three times as many chances for you
to win one of them.     You do not have to use a large quantity of
cement to win a prize.      Many of last year's   prize-winners used
comparatively little cement.
'T'HK comet, ti dleitled Int* tbre�� eiMieiir.it In-JUlr       TTHERB will be tmjr   prlffei (Pint, ISO;   5econ��J.
*���   one  of (heie   (Ciiii "A")   Aott  the imount of *���   |2J|   Jhlfit,   $15;    Fourth,   110) In   eich   cttll
rement utedruunt In drcirtlnr pri/r wlnneri. Clan
"H" It for doing the best concrete work (the iizi
tntlcet htf difference). Clan "C" !��� forienrlintinthe
ben ind cletreit description of bow any piece of
concrete work wai done.
IT COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER���There are ibtolntely no "rtrino" lothit ufVr.    There li no entry fee or red tape to bother
with.   Vmi cannot loie. became the lnprerementa you uuke of concftrtc In competinj lot the prlzm will be more than
worththfirenit.    We ha��e a book.     What the Farmer Can Do With Concrttt," that will five yen all the
Information ab'>ut the me of concrete you can need.    It will be tent to yon free when ytu aik m for eompletr pirri.u-
lin of the Pfi.tf Conteii.  Aik fur penicillin tn-div.  Jim uy "Send me. free, your book and full particul.ua ol the
1912 Prize Conteii." on a poit card and mail it to-day.    Xddr��M Publicity Muiger,
mmmmmtwm THE   COURTENAY   COURIER,   COURTENAY,   B. C.
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|A strange!
I   MATCH   I
With  a   Singular
Result
Dy JULIUS WILSON
*****+***************>*****
John Dexter and I were schoolmates,
rhiiins In college anil always intimate
friends, .Inlin. who Inherited a fortune,
went iitiroitil fur awhile after gradual-
Ins. anil I went Into Ihe law. As soon
is I was ready for business John
turned over to me the care of his estate.
John was In every sense a bachelor,
Ho was devoted lo bachelor life am!
���bowed no disposition to heroine a husband.
"What���tie myself tip to n women!" he would say. "Do yon realize
what that menus'; Rhivery���absolute
till very. And. mure, yon are mixed up
with another family that yon have no
Interest in whatever. The llrst time
you meet them���after your marriage���
they call you by your lirst name, anil
you are expected to do the same by
then), a familiarity that doesn't exist
between you and some of your life-
lone friends. How can a man endure
to be caged with one woman and no
way of getting away from her?
There's nine chances in ten against his
ever having any comfort after he's
been chained."
Then lie quoted some doggerel on tbe
eubject:
"There'* mnny a man when the Key has
been turned
In tho wedlock (or which ha has ardently
yearned
Would give all  the wealth In  hla bank
and his pocket
And borrow besides, for a key to unlock
It."
1 A'ow, this aversion to nintrimotiy on
John's part was unfortunate. I happened to have a client, a young lady,
Margaret storms, whoso property was
vory much tangled up with tbe estate
of John Dexter, ami I could see no
��ueh advantageous way of strnigh'en.
ing It ont except by their uniting tbelr
Interests In marriage. There was a
double reason why this was extremely
dltllcult. Miss Storms was or pretend,
ed to lie as adverse to murriage as
Dexter. lint I have never had any
fulfil In this antagonism between the
eexes except in special cases, and in this
case the two bail never seen each
other.
1 resolved In beard the lion and
the lioness In their respective dens and
make one supreme effort to unite them
and their estates.
Woman, notwithstanding her bitterness when prejudiced, may be more
easily handled In a matrimonial mutter titan man. She naturally seeks her
aphere���the home and children���curlier
than rutin. I therefore resolved to begin my attack on Miss storms. I wetit
to see her ami opened up the object
of my visit by telling her or the difficulties In the way of making her estate
pay tbe Income It should because of
the antagonistic interests in the property of another person. Then I went
ou to any that $'Jil.(iii<) a year income
might be more desirable wltb a husband than nothing a year without one.
"Not In my case." was her quick reply. "1 am satlslitd that 1 couldn't
be tied up with any man for a month
without haling him."
Tills was pot encouraging, but I pur.
���tied the argument, wlrlie she. though
���he naitl -othing, sniffed the air like
a war horse hearing the boom of distant cannon. When I came to a pause
���lie asked the name of the man I proposed she should wed. I told her, and
her Ire burst forth
"Oh, yes. I know nil about him.
He's Ihe man who bates women so
and goes about spouting those satirical
lines he has either composed���though
1 don't believe he'�� smart enough���or
borrowed."
And she spouted the rimes John hp,d
given me on the subject uf marriage
"Yon go back." she continued, "and
��|vn hlni Ibis answer lo his borrowed
doggerel:
"There's many a girl when embarked on
the wav*
Of Ufa's ocean with him who has awora
he's her (lava
VIII find to liar coat whan nothing  can
i.    aave her
"bat the captain's a brute and the veaael'a
i    a alaver."
���That's unfortunate." 1 snlrt. "John's
Very unwise to be getting off such
���tuff. But he doesn't mean It any
more than yon mean your rimes. Nevertheless I expect I had better stick to
the lew without trying to do outside
���cork. But If your estate eventually
finsses Into the hands of this man Dexter don't blame me."
"Ob, bring him along. I'm not afraid
i��f bltn. If he bltee me I cau stick a
pin In him."
I said nothing to Dexter about my
Unfortunate opening of the subject of
bis marriage, hut when I saw hint
���*�����'���> 1 told him that the probabilities
wert jls estate -.vouin soon oe itusurueu
by ihrt of Miss Storms Had It not
been for this enrd that I played to both
of the parties concerned I might have
waited till thev were both In their
detune before producing any peneptl
hie affect. When I hud used It with
Mian H. m* she had said. "Oh, bring
him along " When I used It with Dexter he asked. "What kind of a looking
thing l�� she?"
"Veiy pretty." I replied, "and remarkably hrli'ht"
"fl'm' Heaven anve me from a smnn
Woman!"
By dint of hammering It Into each of
them lhat the other would eventually
gel both estates I finally Cot them lu
consider a union. John was willing in
moot Margaret and look her over. Margaret, when I took her up on her Invitation to "bl'lliU him along," backed
out, saying that she didn't propose to
he trolled out like a horse tor sale.
Hut she tailed to suggest any other
method, ami I begun to think the matter was entirely on* when she made
the following remarkable proposition;
"Since yon think 1 mils! either lose
my fori line or marry tins woman baler
I will marry him. Hut I won't live
wllh him, Will that serve the purpose?"
"It would help matters, and you
might learn lo lore him."
"but him?  Nonsense!"
"Well. I'll send him lo call on you."
"I don't wish In meet him."
"Then how will you marry blm���by
proxy?"
"On the day appointed for the wed-
dine bring him here a few minutes lie-
tore the ceremony. I will come downstairs, and Ihe service miisi begin as
soon as 1 enter the room. Wll/n It Is
concluded lei him go at mice. 1 don't
wish to have n word with him."
"I'hew! Talk aboui woman haters:
Man haters ate a hundredfold worse.
However, a marriage, even like this,
will straighten out some legal points
of great importance in these estaies.
and when you have met Dexter, who.
I have often told you, is a ham: up
good fellow, you may releut. tine thing
I fear-lf you treat your husband as
your propose he will never consent to
meet you after the marriage"
"{Tin! I haven't said I would consent to meet him, have IV"
Having accomplished lu n measure)
what 1 liiid set out. to do, I fell very
much like backing nut and telling
both the parties that after all such a
union as Ilie lady proposed would be
of no grettt advantage to their Interests and would only chain together
two persons who would consider their
bonds a burden. Hilt, with ii distaste
for marriage on the part of both, what
difference could such a wedlock make
since neither wished to marry any one
at all? They would lie married under
the law. which would mean nothing
except In their property affairs, On
the whole, t decided to let the matter
go ou ain! take the consequences,
whatever they might be.
Tlie marriage ceremony occurred at
12 o'clock noon. I reu"ht'd the house
with Dexter. Who leaned on me for
moral support In what lie called the
most dreadful moment of his lite, at
five minutes of 12. He wore an ordinary business suit, but if lie bad been
dressed in u-oartor's suit the gentleman���to the manner born-would have
been none the less apparent.
When the clocks began to strike
12 n door opened, and Margaret, becomingly dressed, but not in bridal
costume, entered I saw the two
glance at each other, a little pile, lint
nfter the first sight a natural color
catue Into the cheeks of both During
the service I hey made the responses
In n reasonably clear and linn tone.
When they were required lo |oln hands
] saw a slight flush come over John's
face. I wondered if it came from the
human current coursing through their
arms or if Margaret hail by the slightest possible pressure conveyed something to him.
There were no congratulations, the
bride leaving the room as soon as the
ceremony   hud   been   finished.     The
bride's mother advanced to John and
engaged  him  In conversation     I  had
promised him that us soon as the ceremony was over I would go with 'hltu
to his club and Join him lu something
| to steady his nerves.   But Mrs. Storms
j seemed  to be making it dllllcult  for
him lo get nwny. so I passed out, say-
j Ing to him as I did so:
;    "Yon will Mud me at the club"
j    I  went  lo the club and  waited  for
I him an hour.    He did not put  In an
, appearance.   Having at my ottli-e matters needing my attention. I went there
snd hegnu an afternoon's work, expecting the while to see John come In    He
didn't come.   At ."��� o'clock I returned i��
the club, asked  if be had  beeu  there
and learned Unit he nad not.
I had promised to dine with him. he
assuring me that If i failed him In his
extremity It would he a cause of war
between us. Nevertheless the dinner
hour came and passed ami no John.
Nor did he appear during tlie evening,
John did not tarn up for a month,
at the end of Willi li time he telephoned
me lo dine with him and his wife the
same evening at tier home I gasped
for breath Did t near aright? Had 1
gone daft?
"W-ln-tr I asked.
"Seven o'clock."
"Where?"
"At Mrs Storms'. We haven't cot
any other place to live yet. , ou know,
none was provided "
"till!"
Apparently John didn't wish to go
into explanation, lot I heard a click
ami knew that Hie receiver hail been
limit: up
At tlie appointed hour I appeared at
Mrs. Storms' noil found my elluIII and
his wife living together like two turtle-
doves
"l!y   Jove,    Hilly."   said   John,   "ll's
line!  <b> act married rictit oh "
No explanation was ever given of
what occurred after I leh John to follow me in lite club. That Is a part of
Ihe story lhat must he left mil. nut I
have nlwuys believed Unit when ihe
������oiipie jolncil hands during the wedding ceremony a very infpnt'tiiui coin.
miiuictilion passed from ihe bride bv
menus of a verv small pressure of the
Ha ml I have further ho I loved that
When she left the room n look Instructed   tier  itioiher io  retain  the  newly
in.Mtc  husband,     The  rest  Is u  sealed
book
I inn much relieved us to my part In
Ihe mutch, for the couple are devoted
to each other.
CCLO PLATlO KU...M1IC.
t::2 li? TO DATS
rtlw.U
Untold.
The sandy hatred little man was
quite a joker.
He wit til to Ihe hoys lu the lobby the
oilier night: "I've got the nest story
yon ever heard on Ihe unile suffragette.
It's a scream "
"<lu ahead sn' tell It. I'lnkey," said
one of tlie listeners.
"All right," ihe siindy hatred man
responded: then he chuckled and looked around "Maybe I'd better Itsk llrst
If I here's any iiialu suffragette lu the
party "
A big man wllh (hick shoulders, n
heavy lower law nml large, knotted
hands crowded a little closer.
"I'm one of 'em." he sold. "I.et'a
hear the storv "
Hut just at that moment Pinky fancied he saw a friend over near the big
doors anil hurried nwny
Anil tlie scream remains untold.���
Cleveland I'luih Dealer.
-T���1���1���,���!���!���*-���]���1���T--1���T���I���!-��!���!���*���!--.���i���!���I-*l-".I���I���*-
���f The Eternal  Feminine. T
,C You can spend $2.IIS oil clothes .��
T for a girl and she will be dressed ������
X like a  princess.     Hut. Invest Slii !!
j- In clothing for a boy and he will ������
X still look like a young animal.��� '.'.
���j- Cincinnati Knqitlrer.
+-I-!-W-:-M-!-H-!-W-H-M-+-i-l"H-+-K-
Recent   Mysterious   Dicrnveries   From
Egypt Thrill Old London.
Two exhibitions ol antiquities urn
earthed in the ci-urse of excavation*
in Keyed were opened in London te-
ivnt'.y. They contain many it"ms
which serve to illuminate in a pern.-
Iarly vivid manner the life ami eu*<
topis of races whose memorial, lie
buried in the sands ol tho regions
about  the  Nile.
At King's College, in Ihe -'Iran,!,
the relics discovered lit Ahvdos by the
party working under Prut. Edouaril
Nnville are shown. The prolessnr'f
principal object was the uncovering
of the building known as the Oslreloti,
which will occupy another couple of
yenn: hut i:i seeking a sisit suitable
fur t-Srowing the deposits removeil
from the mips he stumbled upon an
ancient settlement o; ihu pre-dynaalic
em,
I'oiJiscs the most curious feature of
Ill's village is two parallel line- ol
klltllB, in rows ol II am] 12. the pur-
pose "f which it lias baffled the exploring party definitely lo tinrevl.
Various prehistnrio implements, in-
oldding lisli hooks, were found, ami
other articles of hint. Hitherto, Hi"
Hint and other weapons have been
obtained from graves, and were oh.
j-cU specia'ly prepared; here we have
ih? actual ohj.cts in use by the primitive villagers, just as tiny left them
on the destruction of their hut-.
A number <>f diminutive carved figures, each carrying a hoc with a lias-
ket slung over the shoulder, were
retrieved. Mr. T. Krlc Peet, a member of Hie expedition informed a
representative of The Daily Chronicle,
that it was the custom to put a box
full of these quaint figures at tlie foot'
of the coffin. "They ware supposed
to be servants who would save the
dead person manual labor in the next
world," he said.
Relics obtained by P-rbf. Garstang
an I his assistants at Me roe in the
Sudan are on view at, Burlington
House. The Bishop oi London visited
the camp during his tour in 1'lgypt,
nul recently accompanied by Sir
Charles Hercules Head, the president
of the Society of Antiquaries, his
lordship Inaugurated the exhibition.
Sir Reginald Wlngate, the Sirdar, was
a visitor in tlie afternoon.
Prof. Gar-tang was mainly occupied
with the excavation of -a finely-appointed Roman hath. A series of
carvings have been brought home; but
the materials iu sandstone; and is
very triable. Mr. Horst Schllepuck,
the professor's colleague, has Ingeniously stuck a head on the shoulders
of a statue weighing sonic cwts.���the
largest statue of thoso on view. Some
beautiful examples ol mosaic aie exhibited.
A Soft Answer.
John I'. Irish spoke in California
against woman suffrage, tine night
after a meeting In Sacramento a mill-
tani suffragette came up to him aud
said In stern, cruel tones;
"John I'. Irish, you're n lowdown
Hurl   The truth Isn't In you!"
"Madam," Irish rejoined, "Is It so bad
as  Hint?    Wouldn't  you   believe any- |
thing I say?" |
"Not a thing.    I wouldn't believe a |
word   you   utter.     You  can't  tell   the
truth!"
"In that ease." replied Irish, "permit i
me to say. madam. Hint you are a perfect lady."-Saturday KveUIng Post.
Debars Versua Hairs.
���a,���TOaea*
A Lost Play.
Weedon. Grossmith, the Lngli-h
comedian, used to tell a good story
ab">ut a play by Robert Ganthony,
which that gentleman asked him to
read. Mr. Grossmith took the comedy, hut lost it on his way home.
"Nigh; after night," he says. "I would
meet Ganthony, and he would a.^k me
how 1 lilted his play. It was awful.
The per-niration used to come out on
my forehead as I'd say sometimes, '1
haven't had time to look at it yet,' or.
again, "Tlie first act was good, but I
can't slop to explain, etc.. must catch
a train.' That play was the bane of
my existence and haunted even my
dreams." Some months passed, ami
Ganthony, a merry wa'g, still pursued
him without mercy. At last it occurred to Mr. Grossmith that lie might
have left the comedy in the call mi
the night it was given to him. lie
went down to Scotland Yard mil inquired. "Oli, yes!" v as the reply.
"Play marked with Mr. Ganthony'*.
name sent bnck to the owner [our
months ago, as soon as found."
Gibus -la a way I've as much us
John D.
Illhba���Nonsense! Why. Rockefeller
has a dollar for every hair ou your
bead.
tiibhs���Well, VII bet I've a dollar for
every hair ou his head.--Philadelphia
I'less.
Big  Leagu*  Repartee.
The baseball manager inspected the '
applicant for a Job
'-Well, young man," he asked, "what j
can you do?" i
"I can do something no other pitcher '
can    I in a ventriloquist.   I can throw
my voice " ��� ,
"Nolhins: doing, my son. The umpire would cull a buwt on you every
time."
Rossini's Memory.
Rossini's memory was lacking in
reteutiveness. especially in respect to
the names of persons who had been
Introduced to him. This torgetlulness
was frequently a cause of amusement
whenever Rossini was among company, One day he met Bishop, tin:
English composer. Rossini know the
face well enough and at once greeted
him. "Ah. my dear Mr.���" but- the
name escaped his memory, and to
convince him that he had not forgotten him Rossini began whistling
Bishop's glee, "When the Wind
Blows," a compliment which "the
English MoJtat," as Bisliop had been
dubbed, recognized quite as readily as
if his ecclesiastical surname had been
-leutior.ed.
THE DUDE RANCH.
As Far as Ha Had Traced It.
"Ciin you tell me where this road
leads to?" asked die man in the auto-
mobile.
'l.\n," replied the farmer    "1 understand von can reach Chicago by folier- j
In' It, but I couldn't tell you where It
goes io after that."���Chicago Record-
Hewitt
(Irandma wore a Mothpt Hubbard.
Mercy, how tile neighbors rubbered!
Now a hobble grandma weareth���
Mo iIBS notices nor csreih I
-Cleveland Plain Dealer,   i
WE uweil to ran a cow rar.ih.
In all thm old term meant.
But all our undent glories
In recent years have went.
���We're taliln' summer boarders,
.And, puttln' tt quite rude.
It's now the cowboy's province
To herd the festive dude.
We used io run an outfit.
The greatest In the west.
Our cowboys were the wonderaj
Our roundups were the best.
The punchers still are with ua.
Hut now they merely guide
The tenderfoot from Boston
Who's learning how to ride,
XVe used to brand our cattle
And ship 'em wide mid fur,
Knt now we Import huniuaa
From off the Pullman car. 1
Tlie dudes have got uh cupturef
And lied and branded too.
And the cowboy's resdin' Ib.en
When IPs dally loll is through,
--Denver lleuuhlica.
H.   Wet   Roady  For  the   Oor.d  [).:������.
man From the Metropolis.
'"rVlK Inrnier Is the uu�� who Is tnul;-,
y ma 'Ihe progress." recently to.
uiatyeil a bond anlesiciu fop,
one of Ihe Pig bouses. Just lu liiuii the.
road. "I've got lliem io let me tr.r
eastern Kansas this trip-new :cr:l..
lory fur us. I'd he,ml tool the tillem.
ol ihe ��.,p llOWIl llicic were ell buy.
Ing auiioooliiles ami Itiiugs, and that
iii.,y wi-ie a progressive lut 1 fount
tiit-iii Hint, and then some, llc'c.
wo,H happened io hie III a little town
up near ihe nui'ihs.i.-t coi net ul Ui*j
slate
���Hue morning I drove about four
miles not lulu the niuiiiry to try to,
sen  some  tabids  in  en  old   farmer
iiaiui-d I'l'ltll wlio was reported to luivu,
a pot ol money The old man seemed,
lo oe Ihorollghly posted on the boiul
market knew all about ihe latest of-
lei'lugs. etc, He seemed lo like my
Issue, pin said lie was 'hung up' wltb
leu Wllhusll lours, and that until he.
goi rid ol I belli he couldn't buy anything else We were doing qiiile a little lu Wabash fours at Ihe lime, and I
ottered io take them oil his hands -it
till���just before leaving the hotel I had
had a wire stating that they were UO^
hid on the exchange.
"The old man hesitated, but finally
nglWIt lo make the exchange, lie was
lo take seven of my bonds at a little,
less Hum par and I was to Hike his len
Wnbiisli fours ai Uilty, I fancied I saw
a twinkle in Ms eye as 1 wrote down
the tlgnres.
"The ileal closed, he offered to show
me Ihe house We went upstairs ami.
In what he willed his 'oiti.e.' wh.it was
my amazement to tlnd a stock rjck��r
buzzing busily away. I walked nvee
to the machine nml pulled some uf tttta
tape oin of Ihe basket A ilrttts "���
quotations caught my eve. li rea-t
something like HiW: Wuhnsh fours,
10 at 117, B at lid, to at uMVa, oU at (Si." ���
|>,���.i,
The White S'mn.
Tbe age ol chivalry i> supprwed to
be that age when young men ttrensed,
themselves up in armor aud pmtR��hH|
one another with unices and swurtbi,
It Is perhaps well to recall I'u- stuff]
of the Wlille Slop, wlii.ii in rUc year
11'JII carried lo KtlglUOd the grandson
ot the Nul'lUUU conqueror 'lip- sh,^
was captained by  tlie sou or the man
Who had sleered across (lie cm,,|Ueior
himself the -hip sunk I here w.n
only one lifeboat Tbe young pnueu
wits put In that, to lie rowcii away.
His sister screamed, lie put liueU to
save her alsu. So mauy leaped nun
the bunt from the sinking ship runt ail
were drowned except one lu.iclier,
who clung to ihe mast. The pa- - ngeva
on this ship were I IU picked and noble kuichts. guarding tin- person ,ic
their future king.���Colllers'Weeltly.
Traveling Incognita.
Some Investigator of curious subject*
bus discovered that the Inventor of
traveling incognito was I'eter the tJretn
of itussia. The uext after the famous
Russian sovereign to adopt the prac-
tlce was Joseph II. of Austria, who m
1777 made a little stay lu Paris uadet
the title of Count von Kalkee.sieln.
During ihe revolutionary period. Loins
XVI11, hurled his temporarily nsetaM
royal dignity under the privacy of
Cuillle tie Lille, while Charles \ past,
ed as tjie Comic do Maries. The eji
Muipress Mugenie in her splendor fre.
qiiently look little trips ua ibeCutJiesse
de I'ierrefoiiils.
Practical Result*.
"There lllity lie Suinetlllug in th s theory of telepathy," said tbe mystical
person.
"lou mean thought eoncenrratl >n
that enables you io impress com Ideas
ou others?" Inquired Senator Sorghum,
"Yes"
"Well, there may be sometblnii In It,
Hut don't depend on It l-'or practical
results In Impressing people, telepathy
will never compare wlili a brass imwi
and a parade."-Washington Star.
Baggy Pants,
"Why do you spend so much care on
tlie crease of your pants, bey?'1
"It is Important, dnd. not to wear
baggy trousers."
"Iinporinnt. Is It? Why. you young
cub, look here. Did you ever see a
stallle lo a man who didn't wear baggy
pants?"���Louisville Courier-Journal.
Consulting Papa.
"I'npn. you know that Ueorpe. who
proposed lo me hisi night, is coming
for bis answer this evening, don't you?"
"Yes "
"Oh. thank you. papa! That was
the answer I was going to give nun
auyway!"���Chicago Tribune.
Terms of the Gam*.
He��� nearest, you're the gonl of my
���(fee: Ions,    She I removing his amp���
Five yards for holding.���Harvard Lum��
Doom
Two Views of It.
parson���Du yon take this woman fof
���stter or for worse? Bridegroom���
���Tell. 1 can't exactly sny. ller neopl��
.bink It's for hotter, but mine think it's
V wurse.���Ufa. The koyal Bank of Canada
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And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly   Newspaper,   Published   at
Courtenay, B. C.
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Subscription $1 CO per Year in Advance
THURSDAY, DECKMHKHII, 1912
PEN POISTBim
The many kind words our friends
are saying about The Revew make
us blnsh, We arc glad that they
are pleased with our efforts, and
the knowledge that they arc appreciated will induce us to strive for
better results.
Ottawa Citizen : Edmonton does
not love the book agent. In this
it is not by any means peculiar.
But it lias shown its feelings by the
imposition of a license of $20 a
week for the privilege of pushing
trada and door buttons in the interest of literature. All owners of 20
volume sets whose leaves are yet
uncut will heartily applaud.
The barbers of Chicago, serve
notice that hereafter haircuts will
be thirty-five cents, the same as
here and other coast cities, in place
of the usual quarter, the reasons
assigned for the advance are the
higher cost of living aud the cheapness of the safety razor. Now, if
some good soul will invent a safety
hair-cutter we may keep our thirty-
five.
The British Columbia Gazette
contains the following notice :
"The Canadian Northern Pacific
Railway Company, having submitted, in accordance with the provisions contained iu sub-sections 1 and
2, Section 16. Chapter 194, British
Columbia Railway Act (R.S.B.C,
1911), a plan showing proposed location of a line of railway from
Mile 210, Quinsan River, to Muck-
alet Arm, NootkaSound, Mile 270;
also branches from Mile 215.5 to
Duncan Bay, Mile 221, and from
Mile 215.5 to Duncan Bay, Mile
221, and from Mile 238.5 to Buttle's
Lake, Mile 244; Comox, Say ward
and Nootka districts, and this plan
so submitted, having been approved
by me, I <lo hereby in pursuance of
the provisions of subsection 5, Section 16, Chapter 194, B.C. Railway
Act (R.S.B.C, 1911), issue to the
Canadian Northern Pacific Railway
Company the certificate of approval
of the plan above mentioned."
The above is as Creek to the uninitiated, but it apparently means
that the long looked-for railway
line will be built into the Comox
valley ill   the  near  future,   which
will bring gladness to the hearts of
real estate dealers and old-timers
who have held down homesteads
for twenty-five years or more Waiting for the railway to come.
A new movement of considerable
significance from the union standpoint has been started ill the Anglican church in Canada. Thirty
prominent members of the communion have attached their signatures to "an appeal for Christ an
unity" and have sent it to every
Anglican clergyman in Canada
with tlie request that if he favors
the proposals set forth he attach
his signature and return the document to .Rev. A. P. Shaftford, of
Montreal. The "appeal" proposes
that ministers of other churches
be admitted, under certain restrictions, to Anglican pulpits, and
that members of other communions be allowed to commune in
Anglican churches. The object of
the appeal is to find out what body
of opinion there is in the Anglican
church in favor of the proposed
changes, aud the intention is to
consolidate this feeling ill fovor of
closer union with other churches
ill some definite action. There
seems to be no good reason why
the Anglican church should not
fraternize to a much greater extent than it has hitherto done with
the other,churches, and it is cer-:
tain that most of the other church-1
es are prepared lo welcome such a
movement wehenever it may come.
There has been a feeling in the!
Anglican church that tlie very con- j
stitution of that church forbade the
full fraternal recognition of other
churches, but there seems to be no I
adequate foundation for such belief, and it is unquestionable that
there is a growing impatience in 1
the Anglican church at the policy <
of ecclesiastical isolation which has '
so far prevailed.
Most people manage to get stuck
on themselves without the aid of,
any adhesive.
l''r..ncU iveiiiiude, curator ol the
Provincial museum, stats that the
time has come to exterminate the
cougar, which is decimating herds
of deer and elk on Vancouver Island.
The bill which was discussed ill
the Mouse of Lords some four years
ago, providing for a weekly day of
rest, has, we understand, been redrafted, and is shortly to be introduced into Parliament with very
strong and influential backing- The
measure proceeds <>n the principle
that Sunday employment is unlawful, ami then goes on to provide for
such work of necessity or mercy as
may be called for. It has been
drafted with great care, and is said
to meet with the approval of many
hundreds of organizations, representing both work people aud their
employers. A multitude of labor
organizations and associations are
prepared to assist the Imperial Sunday Alliance in carrying tbe meas-
| tire through. The work people the
I world over are finding out that the
friends of the Sabbath are their
friends, and that when once a secularizing of the day is allowed, it
is no longer their day for rest from
toil, If wedo not keep a weekly
day for worship and conserve it as
a clay apart in some higher sense,
we will not long keep it as a day of
rest ill the sense that the man who
toils needs it aud must have it.
The so-called " Sunday Cranks "
arc the workiugniau's true aud best
friends.
tccoefctiecc��6��������M nnhm inuhmnh��ihinimii
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Sole Agents in Courtenay for Tail-
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Prices Right,  Fit and Workmanship Guaranteed
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General Merchant
E.  PIKE =
Contractor
Plastering and Cement Work
a-Specialty
COURTENAY, B. C.
PORT AUGUSTA HOTEL
j Comox, B. C.
First-class   Accommodation.    Best
Quality Wines Liquors and Cigars
| H. Cottington, Prop.
PICTURE FRAMING
I beg to Announce to the Public of  this  District
That I am Prepared to do All Kinds oi
Picture Framing on Short Notice
A FULL LINE OF MOULDINGS, MATS, ETC.
T.   R.   SUTTON
FRONT STREET COURTENAY, B. C.
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Comox, B. C.
Best Meals North of Nauiamo
Choicest Liquors and Cigars
C. A. Martin,  Prop.
J. E ASTON
Basement Willard Block
Loggers Boots and Shoes Made
Repairing Neatly and Promptly  Done
DENCY SMITH
Milliner'and Costumier
Wedding and Mourning Orders
Given Prompt Attention
Union St.
COURTENAY 1
A. B. CRAWFORD
Wholesale Dealer in Hay, Grain, Flour and Feed
at Lowest Market Prices, Brick, Lime and Cement
For 1 week, Alfalfa Hay, second cutting $18 per ton
Agent for De Laval Cream Sepcrators, "The World's Standard"
COUKTKNAY
A   despa'.cli   from  the  weather/
office at Cordova.   Alaska,  states1
that tlie precipitation between Jan-1
uary  i and  November  I  of this |
year was 171   inches.    Six  inches,
of rainfall in  ;t dry is not  infrequent.    The change of climate that j
is supposed to have been caused by ,
a shifting of the  course  of ocean |
currents has raised the  teinpeture |
along   the  coast,   and   has   also
greatly increased tin rainfall    C01-
dova is said to be the r.tniest city
under the American flag.
Feed and Livery
Stable
Heavy Teaming Promptly Attended to
R. MacQUILLAX, Prop.
Phone 8
Union St. Courtenay
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Arrivals
CADBURY'S CHOCOLATES
in all sizes from 1-4 lb. to
8 lb. boxes.    See window display
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Cases
Xmas Cards and Booklets
Diaries for 1913
Stationery, Perfumes
Lady's Hand Bags
Shaving Mirrors, etc.
For t week we will give  1-2 doz.
Bulbs Free with cash purchase
of One Dollar or over
A. H. PEACEY
Courtenay Drug Store
The   Comox   Barber   Shop
Oldest Shop in Courtenay
Nothing   But   First   Class   Work
Guaranteed.    Baths ill connection
C. E.   DALRYMPLE, Prop.
Hoving Pictures
Monday, Wedneseay, Thursday
and Saturday
By a new up-to-date electric plant
COURTENAY OPERA HOUSE
An Entire Change of Programme
Twice Weekly
H. F. WHITTLE, Proprietor
The melancholy days have come,
The saddest of the year;
Christmas goods are now on sale,
And father quakes with fear.
The Annual Meeting of C 1 lire
nay L. O. L. No. 1859 will be held
on Dec. nth. Ail raembeis tire
hereby requested to attend. Visiting brethren welcome. J. W, Mckenzie Jr., W. M.
Messrs. Ncls Pearson and John
Nviand, who have been oil const ruction work for the Comox Logging Co., passeil through Cottrte-
liav lite other day on their way to
Vancouver.
Just arrived at Wihard's Harness Emporium: a fine line of horse
blankets, lay rugs, trunks and suit
cases at all prices. Harness re-
��� pairing promptly and neatly done.
Wesley Willard, Cumberland and
Courtenay.
C. M. Martin, of the Elk Hotel,
Comox, will hold his annual Xmas
turkey shoot on Friday, December
20. As usual nothing but first-
class birds will be provided and a
good day's sport may confidently
be expected.
Cumberland is making strenuous
em rts to get the Canadian North-
em' to bring their right-of-way to
their city. At present the survevs
r.f the C.P.R. and C.N.R. leaves
that village almost equal distance (4 miles) from both tracks.
Ou Thursday. December 12, the
Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will hold a sale of
work in the Agricultural Hall. A
grer.t variety of useful articles and
confectir n;ry will be offered. Refreshments will be served.
The Telephone Company has not
moved the poles on Union Street
as yet Consequently the Road
Superintendent cannot go ahead
with the laying of the long promised walk on that street. The
roadside is getting muddier each
day, and the people still kick.
The Masquerade ball to-night
(Thursday) is a live topic with
every other person you talk to
these davs, especially the young
ladies. Each one is all agog to
know what her neighbor is going
to wear, and the gentlemen are
just about as curious. The committee in charge have the hall
nicely deooratett and everything
points to an enjoyable evening.
A DAY WITH DAD
Father's had a busy day,
Hustled to the store at ten;
Listened to sour stories gay
Told by other busy men.
Had lo rattle for the smokes
With some members of the bunch';
Spent an hour relating jokes
And then hustled out to lunch.
Hustled back at half-past two
Twice as busy a before;
Then he had a lot to do,
Telephoning for the score.
Placed a bet or two, of course,
Signed a voucher for his pay;
Came home blowing like a horse,
Father's had a busy day.
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The most Home-like Hotel North of Victoria
BEST OF ATTENTION GIVEN TO GUESTS
Rates Reasonable
FABER & FABER, Props.
Telephone 3-5
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They are doing their Xmas. Shop- ��
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voting for the most popular young ��
lady and guessing the age of the 3
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Thursday   afternoons   and   every   g*
evening from the 15th inst.
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Your Estate
d Loved Ones
Lay Up Money for Old Age.
Delay will Cost You
Hard Cash
The Manufacturers' Life can
Supply Every Kind
of a Policy
Insurance in Force $70,000,000
Assets Over $15,000,000
Make Application to
C. E. Dalrymple
District Agent
COURTENAY,  B. C.
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Riverside Hotel
COURTENAY
Bar Supplied with the Best Wines,
Liquors and Cigars
SPLENDID CUISINE
Travellers Always Made Welcome
O. H FECIIN'ER, Prop.
BLACKSMITHING
Horseshoeing and General
Repairing of all kinds
J.  W.  MacKenzie Jr., Courtenay
POOL ROOM
CIGARS, TOBACCOS and HPES
CONFECTIONERY, SOFT
DRINKS AND FRUITS
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS
E. SWAN, Prop.
Union Street
��-Operative Society
Butchers
Dealers in Meats, Farm
Produce, etc.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Courtenay
BULBS! BULBS!
We have on hand a shipment of Bulbs of al! kinds.
Prices Very Low
We Have Just Received Our Usual Xmas Consignment of Chinaware, direct from the Orient.
This Year
the
Designs and Patterns are
Than Ever
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Telephone
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Courtenay
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GO WITH THE BUNCH TO
Potter's Pool Room
CANDIES, CIGARS and
SOFT DRINKS
J. POTTER, Proprietor
First-class Billiard
and Pool Room
Basement McPhee Block
Cigars, Tobacco, Soft Drinks
and Candy
MACKENZIE  BROS.
Proproprietors
PERCY WINCH
"GRAND DUKE CIGARS"
SIDNEY,  B. C.
The Courtenay Hotel
Every Convenience for Guests
The Central Hotel for Sportsmen
None but the BEST WINES and
LIQUORS at the Bar
RATES REASONABLE
JOHN JOHNSTON,     Prop.
But when a friend tells you
something for your own good, it's
a sign that the pleasure will be all
his.
The reason   some men can get
married is because a woman simply
must love something and some of
, them don't care for  dogs.���Ex. THE COURTENAY COURIER, COURTENAY, li. C
Jenkins's Brain
When tin'.' Bpolto ot Henry JotiklnB
all the vlllago people naid, "��� is lii-
ventfoua prove for certain he'a Rot
bi�� thing" Hi 'Ma heart,' for tho *ou.m
of weinl contraption* ii was Jou.tlnn'
joy to build somewhat took their in.-
tic fancies, and their heitrta with worship fUlml. Kiwi of nil he uulli au
airship that did i verytbing hut fly,
i louuh s' i Id ii doteii tlukou flrsi
return from earth to nky. Then lie
made :>  tl ;ep  produci ,  whloii  was
guara ii 'o bring toothing slumber
K, tlia  uboi .      Honrj   mvuuked  llks
anything thai Insohinlu was contiuer-
ed, and he tooli ii aB n Joko wh in ibo
only ohap who tried ii wanl lo all ep,
nuil never invoke.
Undeli rrert, tin Odour Killer was liln
nexl iissaull on fame; this would soften motor fravtrnnco, hush the hum ot
month hun�� r,ame; bill ti public dom- ,
imviriillnn  brought    dleastlc-r    In    Its
train, for the O.K.  fount] Its master
In :i ripe nnd rampant drain, and tho j
blithe and  buoyanl  Jonklns BUllored
typhoid tor n Bp II, though It failed tp
stop him thinking   be would do t'.iat,'|
il! or well
Now. he cried, when convalescent���
now the world Bhall hail H.J. as the
brainiest ot mortals that has ever
seen the llghl of day! With ray automatic bagpipes music-lovers I'll enthrall; to-night by Blealth I'll place
them 'neatb MacPherson's gard
wall What joy will seize blm when
be hears the airs he loves the best!
What, vision.; of RWfct hunks and braes
shall punctuate his real!
At midiiigiit came o doteful Bound
from Mac's potato patch. It's cats!
he growled, Awn, yc fiends, and
ether things t:i match. Hang! ban1!.
A big revolver belched at Jonklns
chunks of lead; and l"cnl�� I1""" r��-
marked with troth, He'd big things in
h;s head!
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Do You Realize
1'ity yon have can be used as cash to obtain good revenue boar?
property, also choice vacant lots situated where the price is
���able and may treble In the near future Send us prices ami
('.bscrlptlon of your property  anil  state  clBbB of exchange  ilo-
TO EXCHANGE
le, 80 h'arso power 111 good repair.
;ili rn houses centrally  located;
ie vacant lots with some cash for wild or Improved lands,
SCOTT, HILL A  CO .
22 Canada Life Builillng.        Winnipeg.  Wan
Disappointed
Mrs. West Si'le: 1 went down town
1 yesterday on a shopping tour.
Mrs. He Si.iift: Did you? Tell lee
j Ml aboul ii Iild you have a real
I Kiaul time?
Mrs. We.-t Plde: Not nt all. 1
; found what 1 wanted in the very (ir.-.!
store.
Mis.   !)'> Snuff:  How  provoking,
, Mlnard's   Liniment   Cures   OI:>hthn-h
There wua nn nlai in ol Are,
i    Collect yoowelf f.iid the husband.
I lia'.'t, reapondi d th ��� wife, Hero
I nrc my switches, mj pads and my
innffq.
Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills
exactly meet the need which so often
arises in every family for a medicine
to open up 1ind regulate the bowels.
Not only are they effective in all
easeso( Constipation,'but they help
jreatly In breaking up a Cold or La
jrippe by cleaning out the system
and purifying the blood. In the sanis
way they relieve or cure Biliousness,
Indigestion, Sirk Headaches, Rheumatism and oilier common ailments.
In the fullest seii'e of the words Dr.
Moise's Indian Koot Pills are        .7
A l!n<i��ehold   Remedy
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A smnrt young doctor sal facing his
patient. !
Ves, my friend, he said. Kindly, you
are iiiiito W( 11 again now,  and need |
not come beie again.
The patient, recovering from a bad
illri;bb, was relieved to hear this.
Then his face became overcast ncaln.
Bud aboutl der bill, docdor, he said
���need it he told he was a German?
I nin'l got mooch money. Vill you
dake drr hi'! oml In trade?
Tbe kind nearied doctor eyed his
patient's shabby clothes.
Well, pert-tips I inifilit, he said agreeably.      Br���what is your trade?
l"vos der leader of a Sherman hand,
dnrrior, said the patient, proudly. We
will blay In der front of your house
every evening for vou month.
FREE PRIZE
TO GIRLS
Beautiful French Dressed Doll
IS inches tall, eves open and
shut, real eyelashes, completely
dressed in satin, wltb lace and
ribbon trimming. Beautifully trimmed hat and real shoes and stock-
In g's.
Send us your name and address
and we \v"l send you till sets of
Christmas and othsi postoards to
sell at 10 cents a Bet (six beautiful
cards in each set). When sold
send us the money, and we will
send you tbe dull, all Charges prepaid. Write to-day and cam your
doll now.    Address
HOMER-WARREN CO.
DEPT.   138,  TORONTO.
PERR1N
GLOVE
The worlds standard
ot glove perfection
Style Fit Durability.
SHIP  VOUP,   GRAIN   TO
PETER JANSEN COMPANY
OViln Commission Merch.nta Winnipeg, Msnltobl
Mike Bills l.^ilng reud: Port Aitluir or Fcrt William.  Notify Peter Jensen
Co.. Winnipeg.
Liberal Advances Prompt Peturne Best Oradts
Pedestrian���What do you feed
horse on?
Cabby���Shavings.
Pedestrian���Shavings?      And
he eat I hem'.'
Cabby���Yes. Look at blm to
happy horse. I bought htm a
of green Bpectficles the other day,
blow me If he doesn't think he's
Ing lettuce!
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It* th* CLEANEST, SIMPLEST, ami BKST HOME
DVB, nno Mil bUy��Whjf you don't even llBVO to
know what KTNDuf Cloth your i.ood* aro made
(i(...Sr> M.Btukiii ure ItnpflMlblt).
Send for I'roc Color Curd, story Booklet, ��nd
Booklet atvi'in ronils of Dyulnjj ovur other colors.
Tho |OHNSON'U��CUARlVSON CO., Limited,
Muntresl, Canada.
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The Danish Postmaster-Genera! has
devised an Ingenious method of providing money for the education of the
blind. A copper coin, n luck-penny,
Is to be male in tho Ho>aI Mint, and
is to be sold to the parents of every
new-horn child who has the ;:ift of
eiliht by the nurse attending the niolh-
1 r. Tarenfl are to pay whatever sum
they think lit tor the luck penny,
which is worth only a halfpenny and
bears the device, "Th" child seeing
tbe light for Ihe first time presents a
tribute to 'he child who will never
see "
Quickly Answered
Pat and Alike, wiio were neighbors I
in the Oulii Country, happened to retire from public gaste about the same
lime.      Pa' and stolen a watch from j
a Mind  man,   while Mike mistook a j
friend's cow for bis own and sold It.
As luck would have It, they were draft-
ed to the stajte prison, and at church i
pur: de on Stuidny morning tbey  had
a  chance  foi   a  moment's  forbidden 1
conversation.
Said Mike���Top av the mnrnln' to
vou. Pat, an' pbwal might the time
be? Sure an' 'lis you Hint, knows all
about watches.
But Pal was not to be done. Mike
my lad, be replied, begorrab, an' 'tis
jusl  about mllkln' time.
Mnrclmnt etn dark)��� This won't do.
Every time you see a fi you call It
a -j.' Wnai's the matter with you���
nearsighted? I
Clerk -No, sir; It's 11 mutli r of hah-1
|l.    1  used  to work in 11  ladles sho
shop.
SELF - LOADING
RIFLES
For simplicity and quickness
of operation, combined with
accuracy of shooting and ease
of handling, Winchester Sclf-
Loading Rifles are in a class
by themselves. They are
mede in .32, .35, .351 and. 401
calibers, giving a range of
power that enables their use
for any size of game. They
are the most advanced type
of hunting rifle and have
come to stay, as they have
proved their merits. Send
postal for illustrated catalog.
Wichcsisr Repeating Insi Ci, to Haven, Ct.
*iead so Itchy Could Hardly Stand
It. Dandruff Showed on Coat Collar, Cuticura Soap and Ointment
Cured in One Month,
2'.M Elisabeth St.. Montreal, Quo.���"Oiiil-
cura Soap anil Ointment cured mo permanently from dandruff anil scalp Itch that I
was sulTerlnK with since over a year. I hail
an Inflammation of Hid lungs and a very
���truim- fever. When I recovered, my head
was covered with scales and dandruff, and
It was so itchy 1 could hardly stand It. Tho
daadruff showed on my coat collar. I had
usod various medicines without) relief, 1
heard of Cuticura Soap and ointment and
decided to try tliom, and I am very glad of
It, because 1 am perfectly cured. 1 used
two hoses of Cuticura Ointment with tho
Cuticura Soa): It took ono month to euro
me. I tako pleasure in recommending Cuticura Soap and Ointment to anyone who Is
���ufferiny with scalp or Bkiix diseases."
(Slgnod) Hector Terras, Dec. 30, 1011.
.More tough lack, whispered his wife.
Well, what now? he 11,111. ��� ed,
You  know   Miss  (Ireen   never sinss
without her music?
Ves.
Well she's hiour.lit, her music.
. Mlnard's Liniment Co., Limlieii.
Gentlemen.���1   have   used     MIN-1
I A.KT)'8  IdNl.lENT on ray vessel ami |
j in in'.' famllv  for years, and for the
I every  day  >l's and  accidents ot life
I consider !t has no equal. |
I would not start on u voyage with- j
out it   it it cost a dollar a bottle.
CAPT.   V.   It.   DESJARDIN,
Sclit,   "Stork,," St.   Andre, Kamour-
! aska.
Advantages and Saving by Using
The Loading Platform
In .hi: writing we desire to put before n.ir Western Farmers the
snvlnc and advantage of loading grain diree'. on cars. Shipping grain
through an elevator, it matters no'whether a Government elevator or
one r'ln by an elevator company or Individ ml ownpr, does not add
the le-i;.. fraction of a cent to the value of he grain, nor does it give
the fanner any belter chance of marketing It to advantage than when
bade.; direct on ears. But loading direct .n cars cuts out In the first
place tbe.elevator charge, which is usually l^c. per bushel, 'say
$17.50 on a thousand bushel car. Tbe eldvator dockage Is also
saved- this may he wotth more nr less, depending partly on how dirty
ihe grain is, but mostly on the farmer's ah'iity in holding his own
with 'l.e elevator man taking it In. On the average the dockage
may be considered worth 3c per bushel to the farmer, or say $.10 per
ear of i.Ohil bushels. When grain is load 3d direct Into car over the
Loading Platform, the farmer knewi, for sii'-e tbat It Is his very own
grain that will be graded by the inspector, and that he will without
diiiht receive tlie full nnd e-.'act outturn of his car nt whichever ter-
minal elevator It is unloaded; for all ernin 's unl.oad.etl from the cars
under government srtperintendanco nnd welched by properly qualified
government welghmen under the rules an 1 rupervlsion of the Dominion Government Board of Grain Oommlsslorf-rs.   '
Of "ourse, it makes no difference in our loading of the farmers'
grain whether it lias been shipped through an elevator or over the
Loading Platform, hut It can easilv be seen from what we have statrd
nhove where the farmer's ndyantagt lies, when it saves him around
S'.n or more on everv car he shins,
We continue to net as the farmers' aeon' In looking after and ills-
iirsiti" of parlot shipments of wheet, oats, barley nnd flax strictly on
n commission of 1 cent per bushel. We are not connected with,
nor Interested In any elevator companies ir elevator!?, either local or
terminal neither arp we track buyers. In fact we never buy farmers' grain on our own account, but onlv to hl.ndlo and dispose of the
train -1.trusted to us as the agents of those who emplov us. Man"
years' experience, with a wide connection and ample facilities for er,.
gwin* In 'his special hinnch of the grain t-arte, have given us a re-
luttat'on of ih" highest character In it. Wt make libera! advances
on car hills of lading. Write us 'nr shipping inst-nctlnns and mark-
et Information, We give as references to o.-r reliability, effelen":'
.-'��� I financial standing any city or country Bank Manager in Western
Thompson Sons & Company
GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS
"Sample free If you write Natlona
Drug and Chemical Co., of Canada,
Limited. Toronto.
701-7JJ   Y   Grain   Exchange.
Winnipeg, Canada.
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TO REMOVE DANDRUFF
Provcnt falling hair, remove crusts and
���cales, and allay itching and Irritation of
the scaly, freciuont shampoos with Cuticura
Soap. astf*t��S by occasional dressings with
Cuticura Ointment, afford tho speediest and
most economical treatment. They asslit In
promoting the growtli and beauty of tho
hair by removing those conditions which
tend to make It dry. thin, and lifeless, uftcu
leading to premature grnyness aud lo.-:.s of
hair. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
aro sold by druggists and dealers throughout
the world. Liberal sample of each malted
free, with 8'^-p. Skin Book. Address post
card Potter Drug & CUem. Corp., Dopt.
46D. Bostou, U. tt. A.
Tbe aggregate strength of the mill J
tary forces available lu India   is   ap-
proximately :i50.00ti men.
Relief for Suffering Everywhere.��� :
' Me whose life is made .miserable by i
the suffering ll.at comps [rum indigestion  and has not    tried    Parmelee's
Vegetable  Pills does not know  how
easily this formidable foe can be dealt |
with.     These pills will relieve where
others fall.     They are the result of
long and patient study and are conn-
j dently put forward as ti sure corrector
of disorders of the digestive organs,
from which '-o many, suffer.
There's ono thing    I wan*,   to    see
wlille I am  In BUrope.
And what is that?
The Hungarian Goulash In session.
Ma, how did you come to pick out
pa for your husband?
I didn't pick him out, my dear, I
jiiHt drew blm out of tbe matrimonial
grab hag.
Mlnard's Liniment Cures Distemper
W.  N. U. 925
Chloroform, the great anaesthetic, j
was discovered by C-uthrie in 1831 and j
was llrst empioved in surgical opera- j
tions in 184". ;
She Had Such
Beautiful Hands
timt it was perfectly evident
t!i:.t she used SNAP, the
original hand
cleaner, to re-
Movcthe&rhne
of houstworli.
Hand cleaners
by any other
name do not
smell ftS sweet.
Avoid r 11 ii V.
imitations, and
remember the
name 36
SNAP
Onler from your tlralei Itwlsy.
nOTERNATIONAL STOcFfOOD
Makes Cows Give More Rich Milk.
InternntiowtlS'oc*: Food ron'i'KTed Encland. j'ut ri it ronquered
Canada and tlie United Stato.��. by proving to the Dairy
Experts! that it la Mir greatir.it milk producer and health
restorer in tlie vvorldt
1 h;j te<t wan made on three cows from the dairy herd
of S, \V. Hackney, IS?*)., Leeds, Ensland. Chairman c;i
the Yorkshire federation of Dairy Kwmer?.
Quantity and qijntlty of milk was tested for n c-rr-
tiin time-then "International Stock Food" war
added to the regular feed.
INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD showed nn
InoreBSO in Milk of 14.2  pints  daily, and   1.2!
pounds of butter dnily.
This proves thnt International Stock Food, added
to the regular feed will Increase the quantity and improve the quality of milk from every cow.
It shows that International Stock Food aids digestion and keep cows in better condition. It proves
that International Stock Food h a money-maker
for the farmer--that every farmer who owns one;
or a ii.intired, ov.v* should fe.'d laternatlonal
I Stock Food every day.
Make the tent yourself-weigh the milk you
are getting now���then feed International for u few
weeks, and weijrh attain. Then you'll see how Inter*
national Stock Food will make money for you.
International Stock Food Co.. Limited   A c*j>yofour $3,000 Stock'
,      iTfil TorOlltO, Ont* Book fV, on rrcurst.
DrClarR's S
SUSPECT YOUR
KIDNEYS
when vou have lame back, frequent headaches, rhmi*
matie ruins, ipots before the nycn, twinges in ihe joints,
etc. Three-quarters of all human ailments are due to
the kidneys failing to properly ftoe the system of
poisonous acids and waste matter.
To "limulrte, tone, cleanse and strengthen the kidneys,
take DR. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS, lake
them the flnt day you have eanxe to think your kidneys need attention. They contain sweet nitre and
five other sovereign curative agents. Acute or chronic
kidney disease can never get a foothold in the upturn
Is fortified with DR. CLARK'S SWEET NITRE PILLS, Sold everywhere at)
- cunts a box or mailed direct by 43'
THE MARTIN BOLI & WYNNE OO.f     WINNIPEG, CANADA Ft -���&.���
THE COURTENAY COURIER, COURTENAY, B. C.
i
A Question of Time
iipllo, exclaimed an anxious guard-
tan to his niece, us lu1 entered the
parlor and saw her on the sofa in the
arms of a swain who bad just popped
the question and sealed it with a
kiss. What is the time of the day
now'.'
I should say ii was about halt-past
twelve, was the cool reply.
1 see you are almost one.
For Burns .ind Scalds.���Dr. Thomas' Bleoti'lo Oil will talcs the Ure oul
of a bum or scald more rapidly than
any otlirr preparation. It should be
at hand in every kitchen so that It
ma)' In1 uvu'luhlp al any lime. There
Is no propagation, required, .lust apply the oil 'o the burn or scald and
the pain Will abate and in a short time
ceaso  altogether.
BEWARE OF BLOOD-POISON
Zam-l.uk Is A Sure Cure
Mr. .las.  Davey, of
enuc, Winnipeg, Bays:���
I
Enthuslas' at musical recital���We
shall hear more of this young man,
Suffei'er-fNot to-night, I hope!
CRIPPilDWITH
SORE BACK
KIDNEYS WERE BADLY DISEASED
AND SHE DIDN'T KNOW IT
THE'ALBERTA'HOTEL
715 MAIN ST., WINNIPEG
A ttw doors south of C.P.R. Depot
Hates $.60 to $2.00 per say
Culilnc unexcells*
H��t and cold wjter In every rsora
Hstel   practically   Flrsprsol
AH Omside Rooms
Was completely Cured by Less Than
Three Boxes of
BFT ADD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
Mrs Wisst.ow's Soothi.no Svrup tins bred
uwd for ovrr SIXTY YEARS* by MILLIONS of
MOTH Kits for their RHILUREN WHILB
TKHTllINO, with PERFECT SUCCKSS. It
SOOTHES the CHILD, SOFTENS the C.UMb
ALLAYS Oil i'AIN; CURES WIND COLIC, and
Is tlie best remedy for DIARRHOJA, It is absolutely harmless. lfc sure and ask for "Mrs.
winslow's Southing Bvrnp," and take ��o other
kind.   Twenty-live teiits a bottle.
& MAPLE
BUTTER
All  grocers 25c. lb.  Tin
THE JOHN INGLIS CO., Limited
Engineers and Boilermakers
Boilers    of    ail      kinds- Engines,
Puinpa, and Heavy Pla.a Work
Writ* us tor Prices
14 Strachan Ave., Toronto, Canada
KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS
Women life very often deceived and
mistaken in regard to kidney disease.
Tin- pains Ir, the back are attributed
| to other tie;-moments, nnd kidney disease Is allowed to run on and on until beyond the reach of medical
science.
There  In  -le-dless*    suffering,    nnd
life ilself Is risked, because bnekaelio
Is not recornlzed as the mist, marked
symptom of kidney disease.
There  Is  no treatment    which    so
I quickly rell��ves   nnd   en-es   kidney
| pnins In the back as Dr. Chase's Kld-
ney-Llver Phis.     As proof   of   this
! read  Mrs.  Patterson's letter: ���
Mrs. Richard Patterson, Ilaldimand.
Gaspe Co., Ouj., writes: "t will p-lad-
ly sav that 1 was   cureil    of   kidney
I trouble bv uslnp f)r, f'lmse's Kidney-
Liver  P'lls.      When   I  began  using
i this n'ediciu" I was crippled with sore
I hack and did not know what w<s the
\ trouble.     In looking over Dr. Phase's
I Almanac 1  saw Pr.   Chase's Kidney*
| I.l'-er Pills advertised and decided to
I try Ibem,
"I had not used two boves before
my back was all rlfht, and before 1
had comnle'od the thi''d box was entirely cured. Tlvre has been no return of the old kidney trouble, and
I therefore believe the cure to be permanent.
One pill n dose, 2Tc a box. at all
dealers n- l'dmanson, Bates & Co.,
Limited, Toronto.
Sefd^iirRaArV
FURStb
JStfhHaJlam
Shrty Thousand trappers now send as
their Raw Fun.   Why not you I  W��
pay highest prices and express charges.
chnrtia no commission and auncl money aame
day goods aro MMiived. Millions of dollar!
ai-o pnid trenpors oach year. Oasl with a
mliaV'.a homo. We an tha lergalt in out
Una in Canada.
FOr P Onr "Up to tha mtnota" Fur quo-
IKLE lotions nr.l tho lost Edition at
HALLAM'S TRAPPERS GUIDE.
��� book oi 00 pages, mailed FREE.
Write to-day to John Hollam, Mail
Dept st ,TORONTO.mFrontSt.lt,
Mother (whose daughter Is eneased
to a young farmer)���Don't yon find
Boh rather rough?
Daughter (blushing)���Y^s, ma. And
yet he says he shaves every day.
The teacher was speaking to the juvenile cJasB on the subject of morals.
Now, Harry, she said, what Is our
duty toward our neighbors?
To keep an eye pn 'em was the reply.
Mlnard's  Liniment Cures Colds, 4c.
The trust fired all Its lawyers;
It seems they saw
That It would be much cheaper to
Obey the law. __
KiJDNEY
/PILLS
^VKlDNEtJ'Vcr'*
'GMT'*,   ���
&,ArirTl5
We. a box or six boxes tor S2.S0,
���t all dealer*!, or The Doddi Medicine Company, Limited, Toronto.
Canada.
GOOD   FOR   ALL   BABIES
Baby's Own Tablets are good
for all babies. They are good
for the newborn babe or tbe
growing child���the babe who
suffer1; from constipation or" the
one whose teething Is difficult
or who has Indigestion, colic,
worms or any of the other babyhood ailments. The. Tablets
banish all these troubles���they
are perfectly safe; being guaranteed by a government analyst to contain no opiates or
harmful drugs. Sold by medicine dealers or by mall at 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
Ont.
No fewer than 120,142.350 Health
Insurance stanins had been sold up to
September 28tn.
The ease with which corns and
warts can be removed by Holloway's
Corn Cure Is its strongest recommendation.     It seldom fails.
An egg laid two hundred years ago,
and burled ever since in four feet of
loam, was served recently to the Chin,
ese General I.an Tien Wei, at a banquet given in his honor at Los Ange
les, California.
Deafnesr  Cannot bo Cured
; by local applications,    as    they    cannot
: reach  the  diseased  portion  of  the  ear
j There Is only one way to cure deafness,
nnd  that   Is  b    constitutional  remedies
Dearness is caused by an Inflamed eon
ditlon of the lrurous lining ot the Euc-
! tachlan   Tube.   When   this   tube   Is   In-
' flamed   you   have  a   rumbling  sound   or
, Imperfect heanng, and when tt is entire
l ly cltsed, Denlness Is the result, and un
I less the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed for ever:
1 nine cases out of ten are caused by Oat-
j arrh,  which is nothing but an Inflamed
I condition of *l:e mucous surfaces.
We will gl -e One Hundred Dollars for
anv case of Dtai'ness fenused by catarrh)
thst cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Curo.      Send  Tor circulars,  free.
P. ... CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggists. 7Sc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa
tlon.
W. N, U. 125
Mrs. A.���Well, If It Isn't. Mrs. B.!
What a stranger you are! Why, It's
quite Ave years since I saw you.
Mrs. P..���Yes. Why haven't you
been to he me?
Mrs. A.���Oh, dear, you know how
bad the weather's been.
at; Elllce Av-
A few months
since 1 was cured ol a poisoned ling r
through  iho timely  use of Zain-lluk.
"I cut a deep gasli across Ihe
knuckle on the first linger of my right
hand la opening a lobster can, I
Buffered at the time wltb the soreness
and pain, but had no idea it would Income a serious wound. However, In
about two di'.ys I was greatly alarmed;
as my whole hand and nrin to the elbow became suddenly inllartied, and
the linger was much discolored, showing signs of blood-poisoning. The
pain was dreadful and 1 was forced to :
leave off my work and go homo.        i
"The wound on the knuckle had
been poisoned by dust and dirt getting into it. 1 then decided lo start I
the Zam-Buk treatment, and having
llrst bathed the out, I applied the heal-
lug balm. It soothed Ihe pain almost instantly, and by next day there
was a grca'. Improvement.
"In a week's time, through perseverance with this wonderful preparation, a complete cure was brought
about."
Zam-Buk Is just as good for eczema,
ulcers, scalp sores, abscesses, piles,
ringworm, bolls, varicose ulcers, running sores, cold sores, chapped hands,
etc. It draws all poisonous foulness
from a wound or sore and then heals.
Use It, too, for cuts, burns, bruises
and all skin injuries. Zam-Buk Soap
should be us?d In conjunction with the
halm for washing wounds and sore
places. Excellent, too, for baby's
bath.
All drugg.sts and stores sell Zam-
Buk at 50c box and Zam-Buk Soap at
25c. tablet. Post free upon receipt
of price from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.
FREEPR1ZE
BOY'S STEAM
ENGINE
has blued steel
boiler and tiro box,
fitted with ateam
whistle, safety valve and single wick
spirit burner. Pol.
Ished brass" iii-
tlngs. Almost one
., ,fnot high.
���' . Send us your
name and address
nnd wo will send
you .10 sets of
Chl'lritmn* and other postcards to sell
at !Q oonts n sel
(six beautiful
cards In each sot).
When sold send us
tho monay, and we,
will send you the
englnp, all charfitefl
prepaid. Write to
day.  Address
HOMER-
WARREN  CO.,
Dept.   137, Toronto.
There are more than eight million
sepaiate families Hiving In England.
Regarded ns one of the most potent
compounds ever Introduced with
which to combat all summer complaints and 'nflammatlon of the bowels, Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery
Cordial has won for Itself a reputation that no other cordial for the purpose can aspire to. For young or
old suffering from these complaint's It
Is the best medicine that can be procured.
Over 900,000 people in Great Britain
are now in receipt of old-age pensions.
TCOFFERS
Often Maker the Staunchest Converts
The man who scoffs at an idea or
doctrine wb'ch he does not fully understand has at least, the courage to
show where he stands.
The gospel of Health has many converts who formerly laughed at the
Idea that feu and coffee, for example,
ever hurt anvone. Upon looking Into
the matter seriously; often at the suggestion of a friend such persons have
found that Postum aud a friend's advice have 'ui!en their salvation.
"My sister was employed In an eastern city where she had to do calculating," writes a Western girl. "She suffered with eadache until she was almost uuflttei for duty.
"Her landlady persuaded her to quit
coffee and use Postum and in a few
days site was entirely free from
hej.daohe." (Tea is just as Injurious
as coffee because It contains caffeine,
the same drug found in coffee). "She
told her employer about. It, and on trying It, he had the same experience.
"My fatliei and I have both suffered much from, nervous headache since
I can remember, but we scoffed at the
idea advanced by my sister, that coffee was the cause of our trouble.
"However, we finally quit coffee and
began using Pj'stum. Father has had
hut one heartache now in four years,
due to a severe cold, and I have lost
my headaches and sour stomach
which I am now convinced came from
coffee.
"A cup of good, hot Postum Is satisfying to me when I do not care to
eat a meal. Circumstances caused
me to locate In a new country and I
feared I would not be able to get my
favorite drink, Postum, but I was relieved to find that a full supply Is kept
here with a heavy demand for it."
Name given by Canadian Postum Co.,
Windsor, Ont.
Read "The Road to Wellvllle," In
pkgs.     "There's a reason."
Ever read the above letter? A
new one appears from time to time.
They are genuine, true, and full of
human interest.
HIIRITy
PURITil FLOUR
jVI       "     <'���������'*���}.������������.' V.  ���/��� ���*���"�����: ,*��� v   .-.���" ''���''���; ....   ���).���.'-'/
Children
Should Have Good Light for Studying
A poor light strains the eyes, and the injurious effects may
last for life. An oil lamp is best. The light from the Rayo
Lamp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
for hours without hurting your eyes.
The RAYO is constructed scientifically.   It li the
best limp made���yet inexpensive and economical
The   ifT�� _      ^>       I ,_-      made   of   solid   brass ��� nickel   plated.
****'">     Lighted without removing  chimney  or
to clean and rewick.   Made in various
ill purposes.
Dtahr* Eomrywhm
eVPavfo Lamp' 3
JL \.%JklW \Jf   shade.   Easy to
*t-ii \r^ style s and for all
THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited
WIC'IMIPEO ST. JOHN
TORONTO MONTREAL HALIFAX
NAVY
PLUG
CHEWING
TOBACCO
earoarx.j
What the A. B. Seaman Says:
"A sailor's life is bold and free, and life
is one grand sweet song���as long as
there's lots of Empire Navy Plug
Chewing Tobacco."
J False Economy
You may have often experienced that feeling of dissatisfaction with the inside
appearance of your house, when after careful staining, the green lumber
starts to Shrink and Crack and ugly seams open in the floor
Now, isn't it more economical ito lay out a few extra dollars at first and have
Selected Kiln Dried Material in your house?   Material that will stand the
test of time, has a beautiful appearance and will not Shrink
All our goods bear the hall mark of quality
f
<
Building Paper
Builders' Hardware
Roofing
SUPPLY CO., Limited
Phone 66 COURTENAY, B. C. P.O. Box 230
"Not better than the best but better than the rest"
amis, Uils, etc.
�����&�������
AGENT FOR:
McClary . Manufacturing   Co.,   Albion
Stove "Works,   DeLayal  Cream
Seperators and Sherman-
Williams Paints
[3 "CT
C.    H.    Tj^jBuJ3JCI*JUJLJ
CUMBERLAND
Palaee Livery
& Feed Stable
Horses and Buggies for Hire at
Reasonable Kates
We also attend to wood hauling
JOS.   CAIRNS &  SON
Proprietors
.wiie 25 Courtenay
As a result of a meeting of Liberals held in Vancouver some time
ago, it has been decided to oppoiut
a field organizer for the province,
and the man selected for the position is Mr. W. W. Baer, editorial
writer of the Victoria Times. Mr.
Baer will enter upon his new duties
within a few days. He will probably make his headquarters in
Vancouver.
It is just twenty years ago since
the telegraph line was run through
the Comox Valley. The following
item is from the Vancouver News-
Advertiser of Nov. 17, 1893���
"The telegraph  wires have now
been strung up between Wellington
and Cotiox, th: instruments hav
ing been taken to Comox on the
s earner Joan on her last trip. It
is expected that communication between Comox and Victoria will be
established in about ten days."
The trouble at the Cumberland
coal mines does not seem to be all
over yet. There is a decided ; car-
city ot coal here, and the Vancouver dealers will net take orders aud
guarantee delivery in less than five
or six weeks. It is stated that
about eight hundred men are now
working at the diffeteut mines and
that the daily output exceeds one
thousand tons.���about half the
regular capacity.
WESTERN HOMESTEAD
ENTRIES  '
During the month of September
homestead entries for the four
western provinces numbered 2463
as compared with 3247 during the
same month '11 1911, a decrease of
7S4. Sasketchewan entries numbered 1275, as against 1578 the
previous year, those from Manitoba 213 as compard with 214,
those for Alberta 955, as against
1290, while British Columbia entries fell frQin 55 to 29.
During the mouth 1900 patents
to land were issued by the department, covering 381,848 acres of
land. In 1911 1415 patents, covering 222,343 acres, were issued by
the department. Citizens of the
United States headed the list of
homesteaders with a total of 605
English settlers numbered 349,
Scotch 57, and Irish 22. Austro-
Hungarians led the foreign list
with 130 entries, while Russians
came second with 105.
New Zelanders,  Chinese,   Macedonians, Jamacians were   represented by one homestead entry each,
��� �����-���_.�� .
If this old world was what it
ought to be, the reformers would
be out of a job.
BASKET'BALD CLUB
A meeting of the Courtenay Basket ball Club was held iu the club
rooms on  Thursday evening last,
with the President, Fred Faber, in
the chair. The report of last year's
business was read and adopted.   It
was decided to commence practice
nt once, and the hall will be at the
disposal of the members ou Tuesdays and  Fridays of each  week.
The officers elected for the year
1912-13 were as follows :
Fred Faber, President
H. V. Collins, Secretary
A. Shepperd, Treasurer
P. L. Andertou, Manager
Committee���R.  Thompson,   A.
Beaton, and J. McKen/.ie.
Tlie first practice will be held on
Friday, Dec. 6th, and the manager
hopes to see all the members present, as he hopes to have a return
game with Comox shortly.
Perhaps a girl's red hair is for
the purpose of keeping her temper
warm.
One half of our paper had been
printed when we decided to call it
The Review, which accounts for
the word "Courier" appearing at
the head Of four pages.
George T. Russell
GRANTHAM
Breeder  of  Large   Thoroughbred
White Yorkshire Hogs
All Pedigreed anil Registered Stock
Young Stock for   Breeding   Purposes $10, Half-breeds $5 ea^h
Stock Sired  liy  tlie Champion Hog, nt
Victoria, which, also Beat.the Champion Hog at Calgary
The Store
of Quality
THE BIG
STORE
The Store
of Quality
We Lead in Every Line
Xmas. Buyers will find we have anticipated their
needs.   We have something for all at
the right prices
Call and See Us and You will he Convinced
Store open every day during December
COME EARLY AND OFTEN
Simon, Leiser & Co., Ltd.
General Merchants
TELEPHONE 38 CUMBERLAND
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