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YOUR PRINTING
Can not be done nny loiter, and
nut quite ao well anywhere elst*
hereabouts. Our type and mot-thin*
ery ia complete anu The Review
prices M-td ri^ht
RICKSON'S
Gents'   Furnishings
and Halters
VOL. 6
COURTENAY.  B. C. THURSDAY JULY il 1918
NO. 32
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10
COURTENAY
THE   COURT
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,     MUFFLERS.     SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,     GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
We also have tt shipment of ladies  Shots and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children
Call and scc our goods; you'll always find  our  prices right.
Courtenay Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' VV. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watchmaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
"Fleet Foot" Canvas Shoes
IN ALL STYLE8 AT
The Courtenay Shoe Store
Our  Canvas   Shoes   have  stood the test ���They have the wearing qualities and graace the feet properly.
We have a style and fit for
EVERY   MEMBER   OF   THE   FAMILY
When you want a "FLEET FOOT" 8hoe look for the name
"FLEET FOOT "stamped on the sole
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
WE GIVE ALL OUR ATTENTION TO SHOES ONLY.
10 per cent. Discount to Returned Soldiers and their wives.
LOGGIE BROS.
Next the Drug Store Phone 48
Imhi DMMWHHMiSiMIIMEnHHnHHHMHHilHIHHHHI^HHHH
Lines
.Mrs. Geo.
isii io \ ii i
bli son is li. mo from .i I
Win lloiiili is reported to bo on the
wj io Halifax
Ptes Malcolm Wain ami Alan Mc
Kelvie are home fi-om Vlooria i.u furlough, for the hat-vest.
Mr, Ed. Batton who has been employed ni  ho Riverside Jiotel for i' i
pn-.'l two or three years lefl for Van-
jcouver on Monday last, and is mn ex-
I pected lo return for sime time, ns he
is seriously ill in hospial,
Miss Flora I'ii'i'i
��� wn mi Monday.
was a visitor
This is Inspection week at Royal hank
.   I    Mrs. I'.. G.   Emery and  family  have
'n. arrived in town.
Mr. anil Mrs. Herbert   McKenzie,   ol
J. N. Muir. teacher   ri    Bowser   ls' Vancouver are visiting in town,
home for the summer holidays, n I" reported that thr  stesmer Cowi-
chau is to bo tak "ii olT thu   t oniox   run.
Mr. E. C, Emde, of the Foil Garage
The swimming is good in the Cour-
ti-ii iv River this j-enr. Cunie on in. tht*
water's tine.
* til Nanaimo his week on business
A. Joyce
foreman   al    Kllpitrick's
ranhc-tas'lallygoied by a bull   one     ,.,,. Mr. McCuire will again conduct
lay tins MeeK, the services at tin l-reyb>terisn  Church
' i n Sunday evening.
Mr. Dave Walker l< fl   in   Wednes-
Miss ili-'iiiasoirs many Irion,Is  will   day morning for Vancouver   to   work Hospital Notts
be grieved lo lean! Ihai    sho is soil-  on the "Princess Alice"
oiislj ill in hospital ai Victoria. "Horace" will be ono of   th     ��� .'
l-'iro Warden Baikie wean's   a  more attractions a1 the   Hospital   on   May
contented look today than for   a   few 17th, when he will be raffled.
wi. ss past. |    There will be   a   tug-of-wa-   races,
and swimming races open ro thi  - rts
lion Whitte is busy   cutting   down and boys,   No entry fee f r races
trees on his farm south of the lown.    |    The dance at tho Elk Hotel will   11-
j irisli up the day.
Charlie   Grieve   arrived   h ine   on     A freo born will'  al Ro*ston wharf
Tuesdaj afternoon's train. i to take parties across to <'o ... s   and
return.
Mr.   Wm.     MatthewEon     returned     Buy your supplies at the   "C i   I
tome on Sunday from   Harrison   Hot Store," Hosp'tal grounds.
Springs. 	
SOLDIER'S WIFE wains work for
llu- holiil ty season, Apply Box B,
Reviow Ofllce.
FOR SALE���Three young grade Jersey cows���inilkig: test from .1 to .5,
also one loam of horses, 1400 lbs eacii
harness am! wag' 11. G'otng el e.ip.
Apply al  Review office.
11    QUIET  FAMILY COW WANTED
Fresh or about in freshen,   Fend par
tlculars lo Box A, Review oilic--.
N*o\v IS THE   TIME   to peel Barberry Bark.   For lusl prior, and particulars see. William Douglas, Courtenay.
YOUNG PIGS FOR SALE���Poland
jlChina, six weeks old;$7.50 each.   Ao-
ply Mary Berry, Little Qualicum, B.C.
I
j FOR SALE���One Registered ami
one Grade Holstein Cow. Apply F.
I Richards, Sandwick R. F. D.
j HORSE FOR SALE���Aged 9 years;
|serviceaby sound, very suitable for
.farm,   driving   or delivery purposes.
price $50; reason for selling, have 2
; horses, only use for ono.   Apply Dale
&  Partridge,  Union  Bay.
I
I    FOR    SALE���Grade   Jersey    Bull,
2 1-2 years old.   Apply to .1. Crockett,
Sandwick.
FOR RENT���Cottage, 5 rooms,
good well and out-bnildings,flve acres
of land���would make good chicken
ranch; also one driving horse and
buggy for sale. For particulars apply to Mrs. Thos. Cairns, Courtenay.
Autos for hire���large and small-
day or night. Ford Garage. Phone
46.
The Ford Garage has a Welding
plaut with  a   first   class   welder.
j Bring in your broken parts in cast
iron, Steel, aluminum,  and brass.
;etc. AnvthiiiQ. front a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
Jeff llaiinriy   has   opened   his   li o
cream and    confeclioneiy    store.   In
the course  if time ire   \
���mil card tables,
LETTER  TO  THE   EDITOR.
, Editor Conrtei ay  !' vh --. ��� -
'     -���    - The   I   0. D. E.   ai ��� i ��� --
n accui ed   '���  ; itici
Sir-
have 11
Mr. Geo, Dalziel i ( . enm n Isl nd. ,y    ,��� (     . ' ,y...  .
wri-r a visitor iii lown on Wedne-day, i(\,.    -i-i,,.    on
M'l'.E. (I. 10. erv lefl on J om'ay on   a, ,,.,'. ,,       ,   .   ,',
,     . ���    ,     ,. iiioii'isei     i n     nliv
bus.ncss ir p lo Vancouver, ,,.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., i6tll Ave. and
Main St. Vancouver, 3. C Monuments, Headstones  and   Cemetery
The Women's Institute leys t i acl:-
nri-'l .Inc he following amounts contributed to lhe Blm Cr ss, and fi r-
'.::��� led to Mrs. Blackwood Milo-ia".
President of tlie Cowlch in branch.
C -ov Pthool $2 "I rii-ai'ii.-im School
���"-'.ii": Sandwick School $1 00.
A hearty vole of thanks was passed
by iii" I. n. ii. E. nl ilu it- bttsin' ss
meeting to all those who gave their
services anl wo ked s*> ha il to make
iho I'd" on rioii'in'o'i Hay ai Royston
such a sp'.ecdid suci es -.
Atnglsifi-I..   K*!,...;,'V,v,l   pf To'oll'o  in
posed a 'oio ei ��lf(j ,-��� ��� ��� tl sosls upon a
deilei- who '-'as i'o-'i"l ���ju'lt." "f dttmn-
i,i..; fnrt.y ensi" nf 'ogee, en ^n" of lhe
cily markets a'ter nightfall.
Aid. Owr-is, or Vancouver, was the
-most of his son Mr. Cole Owens of
this pine* over Sunday.
The city Council had a real old-fa-
pMored nietin" on Monday night.|
'Hi" ores wns nol notified o* the nio-i-
ing eonFqnnentiv no >o--ort"i-f were ' n
'-nnd. Some el" ibe sneeches won'.I
have'made good reading.
I ���., | i.;,.| jf.    |-,r|,l    offil i
Hicks-Beach was thi
I aior when Ihi .
camo in Ihe I. O D. I
lo come in and hi Ip.
vided we gol hair' the
count of rlo ' tj I ef
ii  was   extemelv
th'ng ini" si h ru
under evlsti**e    i In -
extreme'v well, "m'
i uui1*.' of tl anking i
membi rs or oln rwl
in nnv manne-i- "ii it
y, .,, .   .;
H KILPA1 I iry
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Fi '������     a    I
'ganteeil  '.-   th
i, o    -   lc ,  Mr*.
moving spirit.
. and Basked   is
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tliivse,     ' ���
'.    who a--r-i il
, unds
'The  Nationi  F'oiAer*'
i|n-
Anglican  Services
Sund-y July K 7th after Trinity.
11. a. m.���Mattins and Holy Commune
imi al Sr, Peti r's. Co   i
".Hii p. in.-  Evensong ard S --.-. a   it
I.azo Missii n.
7.00 p. in.���Evensong and   Sermon at
Holy Trinity, Cumlr rland.
7.110 p.  in.���Evensong and S* mo a at
9t. John's Courtnay.
tin
ip    Ml
-   '"C  O"
Fpv ihe   nap'
Mrs   K'l.-f'Hi
of no i. 0. n. E.   have 1 n patiently
,. ,ii,   m     ,,,,, .,t ,i ' drill1'!'-' a large ninl-er   of youngsters
Fences,   the largest Monumental C   g[yg   fte s onereltfl ���Th* NatInnn]
j works in the Wi St. Mower."   They have thoroughly lear-
j    Lost���22' launch hull   with  red | '"'<1 their parts now and will produce
trimmings last seen at  Dyke Saw-11^ "Iiiv,  ��"   Tuesday the 2".-d   inst.
mi   u .   ci..,i,,,       i,*i.,,iu, i All the talent is local, fancy costumes
null boom on Saturday, tinder I re belng mftde for ���le *01lnB9ter3|
| kindly notify N, IL Boden. phone and tull rei,<_ai-sals are being practis-
159. j ��-!���
I    For Sale���About 3 i-2  acres of  ..     j I      ��     TL     i
.land in   the   City   of   Courtenay,   Maple      Leal      theatre.
j Terms easy.    Address Owner, 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria, B. C.
I For highest prices in hides, scrap
I metal aud old rubbers see Wm.
' Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles  aud bicycle
supplies at the Ford oarage,
Go  to  McBryde's  for  quality
bread,
Tin re   ��:li    1 e   no   Bsrvtea ar .;*.
Mary's.   Grantham   until further ao.
co, lice.
II. A. COLLISON,
Arciide:' ���
Safety  First
Go to
FRASER'S
SATURDAY JULY 13
Goldyn presents
MADGE KENNEDY In
"NEARLY MARRIED"
by Edgar Selwyn, America's greatest
and loveliest,   commedienne In one of
te grenlest farce comedies ever written,   Don't miss it.
The Ladles Auxiliary ef St. Josephs
Hospital are holding a bazaar and gar
den fete In the hospital   grounds   <m
July 17t.h, at 2 p. m.     There will   1 e
need'ework booths, fish ponds,   conn-
j try slore, Ice cream, and soft   drinks,
and candy.   Afternoon tea   and   sup-
1 per will bo served.     Sports and bath.
I Ing will he held during the afternoon.
Tliere will be an open air   concert  ln
I the afternoon, which wll he repeated
1 in he evening.     There wll 1 also   be
I cards nnd   other   amusements.   The
day will be finished up by a dance   ln
For Fresh  Tobacco, Cigars ��>e evening at the Elk Hotel at 9.30,
i Gentlemen 7oc, Ladles   25c,
Confectionery   and
Soft Drinks.
Isabel St.    Next Royal Bank
refresi
mollis free.   A free   boat,   will   meet
parlies coming from   Cumberland   at
Royston wharf, returning later.
Presbyterian Churcli
St. Andrews' Sandwick
Service 2 p.m.     Sunday  Si I   ���
and Bible Class .'-, p. i.i.
Courtenav
Sunday School mid  Bible Cias"
10:30 a. if     livening service 7:30
p. in. All welcome
Comox Creamery
Butter
60c per lb. this week
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
AND PATRONS
Those indebted lo this "lie-
for subscriptions and job printing
nre requested tn nay np without
delay There nve unite n number
who seem lo think ihal they aro
under no obligflt'on !o nay for
their i iper. PI -o c'l al h's
cilice or pay the collector,
Corns
Corns
Corns
Use
Robertson's
Corn Remover
W.G.Robertson
Courtenay    -    B. C. THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
A   Weekly   Newspaper, Published at
Courtenay, B. C.
N. H. Bodkn, Editor and Proprietor
���mbscriptioii Sl ."Ml per Year in Advance
J2.00 per annum if not so paid
THURSDAY JU I.Y II, 1918
A British Luxury Tax
Following uie French example,
the British Government i.s contemplating iniposilln a special tax on
luxuries, To compensate Uritiah
manufacturers ii will id ce an -*t|iii
valent  duty   nn   similar    illipnr ed
goods. This Int ot war (inntioe
will he closelv watcllf'l the world
over, since direct taxes on the sale
of luxuries aie likelj lo heeome a
common method of raising revenue
or of compelling public eccnoniy.
The French system is unique, It
puts a special tax of io per cent on
the retail price of expensive jewellery, expensive clothim* photographic materials, automobiles, art
works, yame instruments, hn-it*-.
etc, No .matter what llie retail
price ls. the lax applies. In another category i.s a tax {.specific,
which applies when the retail price
is over a certain minimum. For
instance, the ten percent tax applies on women's hats uf *iS or over
ou shots at more than $8 and $10
(ladies and triei s) on men's suits
from f*.75o and up, and a hundred and one other articles of coin-
mon use The minimum price is
se ected in audi a wav a.s to exempt
the working classes from the tax,
Those fashionablejpeople who want
expensive goods musl nay the state
an impost on them, It is said that
in the application of the tax much
revenue is lost by llie special eff:rt
of the dealer in make a price just
miller the minimum There seems
to be no doubt of the utility of the
scheme as a fixei of maximum
prices on goods of general use. The
burden of avoiding the 'tax comes
childly on the manufacturer and
dealer. If the Biitish^govcrnmeut
begins such a diccrituiualion against the wealthy purchasers of high
priced goods, there will be a big
commotion in ih�� big tri:le circles
affected.
in Vancouver en loute from Japan j
to Britain toward the end of Julv
or the beginning of August. His
itinerary will bring him via San
Francisco and Victoria, where he
will mane short stops. The prince
has been serving and is still nominally on the strength of the Canadian corps, Latterly he has been
on it diplomatic mission to Japan.
Campbells
NOTICE
All  persons indebted to the estate
of  [I'rnnels John  Henry Everett, late
of Courtenay, B.C., who died Intestate
on the filh   day of   July, 1917, mnst
forthwith    settle    such    lndebedness
with the undersigned, and all persons
ha'ing any accounts or claims against
the said estate nuts present the same
to the undersigned on nr before the
3rd day of August, 1918 and such accounts or cairns must be duly proved
by affidavit of statutory declaration.
Dated Ihis 25th day of .lime 1918.
ETHEL ANNIE KERTON.
of Courtenay. B. C, Administratrix of
the    estate    of the within-named
decedent.
New Summer Goods
3G In. Voile in   white, Maize, Peach.
Grey, Old Rose, Alice Blue, Navy and
Black, at. 65c per yard.
Crepe Cloth in Plain Self Colors and
Fancy Stripes,  Lace  Figured  Ohgan-
die and Silk Stripe and Figured Voiles
from 50c to $1.50 per yard.
Prints, Checked and Striped Gingham
at the old price, 5 yds for $1
Special Value in McBsaline and Pongee Silks.
Newest SStyles in Coat Middies and
Wash Skirls,  ladies Summer Under
Vesta In Cotton and Mrcerizod Lisle
trom 36c to $1.50 each
Ladies Colored   Silk and Lisle Hose
in all Light Shades
Indies High Top White Canvas Shoes
wilh  Leather Soles.Cuban    nnd Low
Heels.
Ladies Bahing Suits and Caps
Special Value in  .Yen's Merino andl
Balbriggan Underwear, in    two-p!ecel
and union   suits,    short sleeveB and'
knee length,
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MAIL CONTRACT.
Men's Department
Men's    Youth's    and  Boy's    Bathing
Suits in all sizes
Men's While    and    Colored Lisle and
Silk Socks in all light shades
Sporl Shirts and Ties, Tennis Shoes,
Panama    and    Boater Shaped  Straw
Hats.
Special    Value in    Boys and Youth's
Sport Shirts and Blouses	
Union Suits in Summer Underwea-.
Straw Hats and Caps, Brown Canvas
Shoes and Sneakers in all Sizes.
Invictus Shoes, "The Best Good Shoe
for Men,"
The Trail News m commenting
upon tlie process ot the part of the
Oliver government for firin*; every
Oonnervative in office andjsttpplant
i.tg him with a Liberal ]aiul after
this was done, to put the civil service law into effect, says that the
present government in view nf "its
promises to the people have not
played the game.
Prince Arthur of Connaught. son
of the Duke of Connaught,^will be
SEALED  TFA'DERS,   addressed  to j
the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday,
the 19th July, 1918,  for the convey-'
ano.e of His Majesty's Mails, cn pro-
posed contracts for four years in each,
case between
CO.MOX ANO COURTENAY
COMOX & E.& N. RY. STATION     ,
and
Union Bay and Wharf and Ry. Station
on and from the 1st October next.      |
Printed notices containing further
Information as to conditions of pro-'
posed contracts may be seen and
blank forms of tender may be obtain-1
ed al Ihe Post Offices of Comox, Cour-
tenay, Sandwick and Union Bay, and
al the office of the undersigned.
E. H. FLETCHER, |
P. 0. Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office. Victoria
B. C, 31st May, 1918.
Campbells
CUMERLAND
PIANO & ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here about Apl. 1
Leave orders at Review office
S. OD A
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block    -    Courtenay
Comox   Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonah'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -    COMOX
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
SHORTEST AND QUICKEST F.OUT2S
TRAIN SERVICE:
Southbound
For   Victoria���Leaves Courtenay 11.35   Monday,
Wednesday and  Friday, connecting at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, and at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Virtoria---9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver and at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and'arriving al] Courtenay at 16.10.
_,        0 -��� D. B. NICKERSON
ftione K^OU ;, Ag.nt Cra-tcaa**,
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
V ���: i i i  t s Audited and
Books Kept
Office with Hicks  Beach  &  Field
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be  Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
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Give Zest to Your
Breakfast
By Commencing it with the most Wholesome
of Cereal Dishes
Royal Standard Rolled Oats
Ask for it Today at your Family Grocer's
Look for the Trade Mark, the Circle "V on evvery Sack..
Our own waste makes om- Allies want
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COURTENAY  TAILOR
We have an Exhibit of a Large
i Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.  KUSHIDA
&*
Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
���*0a*^^\*m*^*\t*tv*ni*^**t*i%t*/+***i*,
In addition to  our regular lines of Hay, Grain,
Flour and Feed, we are now carrying
LIME AND CEMENT
Lime $3.00 per bbl.
Cement $4 per bbl., Sacks extra
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
The Telephone in Vacation
Time
Vacation time often i means that families are separated,
some member* going to seaside resors or to holiday places. Separation however, dons notnieiiii being out of touch with each
oher. The telephone Isthen the Convenient communication���
inexpensive, with  no lossof time.
Remember too, that btweon 7 p, in.   nnd S a. m., you can
teephono for throe times the day period for tlie same charge.
British  Columbia  Telephone Co.
The costof Living is High
[.Still There's Nothing Like Leather
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
I. Next to Hardy & Biseoe
GRAND DISPLAY
at
Willard's Harness Emporium
Pine Showing of Horse Blankets,  Lap
RtiKs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cnses, Ktc.
Harness Repaired Neatly'
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay THE COUBTENAY REVIEW
93
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Military Service Act, 1917.
Men 19 and 20 Years off Age.
Harvest Leave.
Leave off Absence on Ground off Extreme Hardship.
Procedure to obtain Leave cff Absence.
Men Nineteen and Twenty Years of Age.
It has come to the attention of the Government that there is a widespread
impression that young men of nineteen years, and those who became twenty
since October 13, 1917, as well as those who may become nineteen from time to
time and who have been or will be called upon to register under the Military
Service Act, are to be immediately called to the colours.
This impression is quite incorrect. No date has yet been fixed for calling
upon^ such men to bo report for duty, nor has the question been brought before
thc Cabinet for decision. In view of the need of labour on the farm, it is most
unlikely that consideration will be given to the matter until after the harvest is
over, although of course tlio Government's action must be determined primarily
by the military situation.
There is no furl her obligation incumbent upon young men of the ages
above mentioned wlio have registered or who do so hereafter, until they receive
notice from the Registrars.
Harvest Leave.
Some enquiries have been received as to the possibility of granting harvest
leave to such troops as may be in the country at that time. No definite assurance can be given on this point as advantage must be takcQ of ships as they
become available. On the other hand, harvest leave will be given if at all
possible.     ��
Leave of Absence on Grounds of Extreme Hardship.
It is desired that the Regulations respecting leave of absence in cases of hardship should be widely known and fully understood. Such leave will be granted
in two cases:��� (a) where extreme hardship arises by reason of the fact that the
man concerned is either the only son capable of earning a livelihood, of a father
killed or disabled on service or presently in service overseas, or in training for
such service, or under treatment after returning from overseas; or the only
remaining of two or more brothers capable of earning a livelihood (the other
brother or brothers having been killed or disabled on service, or being presently
in sen ice overseas, or in training for overseas or under treatment after his or
their return from overseas); brothers married before 4th August, 1914, living in
separate establishments and having a child or children not to be counted,
in determining the fact that the man is the "only" remaining son or brother;
(b) where extreme hardship arises by reason of exceptional circumstances such as
the fact tiiat thc man concerned is the sole support of a widowed mother, an
invalid father or other helpless dependents.
It is to be noted that in all thes-e cases the governing factor is not hardship,
loss or suffering to the individual concerned, but to others, that is, members of
his family or those depending upon him.
Procedure to obtain leave of absence.
A simple system for dealing with these cases has been adopted. Forms of
application have been supplied to every Depot Battalion and an officer of each
battalion has been detailed whose duty it is to give them immediate attention.
The man eoiieernod should on reporting to his unit state that he desires to apply
for leave of nbsence on one or more of the grounds mentioned and his application
form will then be filled out and forwarded to Militia Headquarters, Ottawa. In
the meantime, if the case appears meritorious, the man will be given provisional
leave of absence for thirty days so that he may return home and continue his
civil occupation while his case is being finally disposed of.
Issued by Department of Militia and Defence,
Department of Justice.
Comox Valley Cow Testing Association
List of cows that have Riven 50 lb* of butter during June
llm butter owner
...83.5 A. MacMlllan
...80.8 A. MacMlllim
...79 0   A. Urquhart
...78.5  A. Urquhart
...74.2 A. Urquhart
.73.6  A.  Urqunaw
...73.0 J. Anderton,
.70.9  Pritchard & Son
..69.1   T. D. Smith
Name ef cow lbs milk
Polly  1350.
Fannie  1575
Black Kitty  1411.
Blackie 1373
Dot  1361.
Gurnsey 1314.
("oldie  1278.
Maggie  1350.
Bessie  1097.
Shorty   1314 (J7.4  ' E. Clayton
Susie   1062 (16.8   E. H. Davis
Squint   1146       U5.4     A. U-quhart
Vida   930 65.1 T. D. Smith
Clara   924.... 64.6  Cpp Bros.
Bertha  849 1.4.4  _\. urquhart
Sea  Breeze   902 . 63.1  A. Urquhart
 63.1  T. D. Smith
55.9
..58.3
 859 ���*
... 870.       "M
Island Development
Aiiothcr movement has been
launched (or the purpose of securing unity of action among thevari.
ous communities on the Island in
building up the industries of Vancouver Island and develooing it's
resources.   The movement had its
origin in Victoria, juit as the Island Development League a.id other Island Associations came from
the Capital City. It is to be hoped
that this latest amalgamation of the
various Boards of Trade on the Is.
land will prove a more stable insti-
thi) line. It has probably been
started ou a sounder basis, and
with the machinery of the various
boards of trade to work with,
should easily ' succeed iu getting
united action in the deyelopment
ttition and accomplish more for the of the Island's resources. ���Nanai-
Island than it's predecessors along mo Herald
l,eonette 96
Drily 1065.
Princess   1147.
Roxy   775.
Douhney   977.
t��ule  1223.
Gem  1271.
Daffey  964.
Midget  1132.
Blackie  1085.
Jessie  1060.
Urquhart  918.
Tiny 1311.
Slver  810.
Heather 870.
Conks  1358
Dell, 2nd   60S
Dell 2nd 12 mos  7689
Tenia...
Rose
Daisy 1062	
Spike   738 .'
Fill Pall   936	
Annie 1017 '
Mable   973 '
Nancv  1079 '
P-irn-elia 2nd     966 .'
Blacknos*-  1116	
Dumie  ~ ��� Ml	
Ayrshire 1544	
Mabel   973	
RJiodon  10-jS	
Alice 1184	
Blackie  1156	
Evis  860	
Betty  1077	
Cherry   873	
Nona 980	
Lucy  837	
Helen  129".	
Bunny   989	
Topsy   987	
Queenie  .*. 8*3	
Molly  951	
Cuds   822	
Allan  957 '
Beauty   1088	
Buddy  812	
"FlUott   82"	
Hazel   1080	
Baby  983	
Bessie  921	
Mooly  865.....���.
Peggie  975	
Nellie   897	
Fannie  1011	
Blackburn  1113	
Pell   987	
Brownie   IO1-"	
Cherry  834	
Marjorie  898	
Young Tiger  815	
Brownie   831	
Kitty  972	
Beauty  825	
Polly  n*'9	
Malsy   94'	
Bee  1005	
Pansy    fl'9	
Beauty 900
..63.0  Pritchard & Son
..62.9  R. U. Hurford
..61.5 T. D. Smith
�����. 61.4   A. Urquhart
". 60.9  A. Urtiuhart
���-. 60.8 n. U, Hurford..
'-. 60.7  a, U. Hur'or.l
-. 60.7  A. Urquhart
 60.7 S, Calhoun
". 60.5  S. Calhoun;
 60.0 S. Calhoun
" 59.6  Copp Bros.
- 59.5  A. MacMlllan
���-. 58.9  A. MacMlllan
.47.9 ...
.56.9	
.56.8....
.56.8	
.56.8 ....
.56.7 ....
.56.6....
.56.3 ....
.56.0	
..56.0 ...
..55.9	
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.54.2 ....
.64.1....
..53.8....
.53.7....
 T. C. Woods...
 T. R. Smth...
  T. D. Smith
 R. U. Hurford
 A. MacMlllan
  E. H. Davis
 .A. Urquhart
 T. D. Smith
 H. Piercy
 R. U. Hurford
 K. Rees
 R. U. Hurford
 R. U. Hurford
 H. Gtiney
 Words  Bros
  H. B. Clark
  A. MacMlllan
 Copp Bros
 K. Clayton
 S. Calhoun
..Pritchard  ft Son
 D.  Kilpatrick
 G. Hiirntiy
  G. Hornby
 fl. Calh.-ua
  C. F. .Tnrksnn
,  T. Chalmers
 S. ra'trun
 F. Swan
..53.7  F. Swan
..53.5  B. D. Bmughton
..53.3 S  Calhoun
..53.1   A. Urqii'twirt
*-.-* 0   te. Swan
...53.0 E. H   Tkivia
Peggie
Star 	
Bpauty	
Dollv 12 mos....
Stalia, 12 mos..
Violet 8  mos...
  H. r.-rcev
R.  \vriln-n--��>n
 K   Cl-ivtot
A.  V-i*-","ait
p   if   r.,...- ���
 G.   D-l-M-l
 F, Swart
 H.  PiApiv
 G   D'lz>!
R   \vntl->m--~-
,. H R. Clarke
....H.    Ctlir-AV
F   Swan
". V. 0<"*n
.. H. R. Clark
.. H. R C'ark
,...H. Sleeman
....E. H. Darts
.1 S-vrt
Wain ,f- ?on
....903 ,. 50.4 T. Chal"-���*
.. 781 f 50.1  H. R. Clarti
.   810 t 50.0  Pritchnrd  &  Son
ow*  646.3   R. U. Hurf-rd
..8438 ......504.6 W. T. Wain & Son
..8426 .....423.5  K. Rees
....52.7
....52 6
po =r
.152.4..
....52.4
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....51.9
....51 8
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1.51.3 .
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50.5 .
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W. T.
Some Thought* on Thinking to death for it.   Nevertheless th *���
by  So- weremen who liked it, and though
Thinking was invented
crates, whom Francis Galton calls
the greatest geniusjin history. Before Socrates, the head of man was
very largely theJ;loafing place for
hai*-, observes the Grasshopper.
Now it is a perfect hotbedfof ideas
and the blank look of a Jinan who
isn't thinking of a thing i.s Jso rare
that one almost never sees it, I.oom-
thinking, which prevailed for centuries before Socrates, wastgettiug
man nowheres. Socrates sow that
and submitted for it hard thinking
which may be said to have djue
fhe business. Like everything
else new, thinking 'was regarded
with alarm, and Socrates was put
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
f The Bestraml cheapest bread in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for ($1
Vancouver and Victoria 10 18 oz. loaves Sl
We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement]
Mc BR YDE
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
lit baker of Better Bread
Opposite the city ball
W_M*l*g*OS>_MOPT"" ~ * ���'���*n***^i��*��i*>**i
HEADQUARTERS FOR]
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
pMMMWWI*
0*0*0*0*0*0*0
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder COURTENAY
���nwH^gl^ www..
hi   t**e*o^*e*/*tg0gsgggf eas****m*a^ttfi.
it was a good thing. They kept
on thinking, and twenty- four (hundred years affer Socrates |first put
two and two logether we nud Jour-
selves enjoying the fruit of human
thought to such an extent that men
get rid of the hair on their heacN
as quickly ��s they can and 'devote
themselves exclusiyely to thought,
If there were hair restorers wa
wouldn't use them, .Heads are
much too valuable for waste pro.
ducts.
Provincial Action Awaited
Each Provincial Committee of Canada Food Hoard haa becn as',;-..! to pr.-
pare a voluntary rationing plan J' r
private homes, to be submitted to tha
Canada Good Board for endorsatlon.
Do You
READ?
The Courtenav Review
Family Herald and Weekly Star
and the Daily Trovince
for one year
for $6
dmhtJtiSSjk, THE COURTENAY REVIEW
ini
Vl
1:.
dn which commenced toI e��fects however. The Company
[htesdny   afternoon   was, decided to discontinue operation
i by a ho-t of fire fighters ""til danger from fire was past,
nul on Weduesdav iiioiniu i ��� ujji-ii
'ii one Ctttnp.    Th�� hi s Wps nhout
.aday   inoi uing   Suffii ieni
i to chi  k the  lire  at  all
keys are also reported to have been
lost, [[aggregating about ��.*jo,ooo.
Disastrous fires were aiso raging at
Powell Rivet.
jiio.i OO
I wherever a blaze is left      The luleruatioiia!  L>'ggii>__   Co,
,���,���.;',,   |,,   ini  ii   .,���!   .iini  Campbell   River   uns   i   h avy
li , ji,.,. ..    :  .....   .-,  i-k   hi-,-: in tlu- fires whiel    were   rug-
i,.     'a m j.ii.ii|)(.M ml  ing there last week,    Hundreds of
Canadian Vs. German Losses
ftet ul  Inn
>\ ii i 'l
large i
...,.'.':        ,1;   .,   uilt
'he '.a, , ii i_ (.'ii    lust  h .1 . .,". cut and piled up nil rendv
I��� i inn -i,,   , ii i   luuls,   ���'"'   '  u'""     ,|U' IV   w is   ''" If ���
tli�� iii ijoiii v oi tllepne i. uyeu lUtli   Tv\ u loci motives and  sevei tl  dun-
I'
r���
J*.
.-W
liferent
ur*   j      c
Kinds or
Heat
Your furnace should not
only give ou plenty of
heat, but l!ie right quality
of heat. " "
Some houses would be
better without any heat
than the; kind their furnaces gi\ e them.
I,' > on study uie- Sunshine
Furnace you will know
what Uie right kind of heat
is anu how to ^ci it.
For Sale  bv
���"bell   &  Son
"IT. "j-*? <-t-"y-f*| vj,   g__q
����� 1*     '      m   agSh,
.... . il j.- V. ...-">
Dtiring the past four years ac
cording ti official German esti-
" lies, the hie losses i.. the pin.lie
foiests have been exceedingly
s.n ill I'i ior lu i v i I ��� I >le total lire
destruction on over a million acres
ol German forests was below one
til  lis mil   dollars   n    year.     Otlur
cermnti foeest areas suffeeed even
less harm
Iii Canada, however, the country's commercial strength hns been
steadily weakened by devastating
forest fires that devour each year a
several million dollars worth of
property and many human liver;.
Most of these [oresi fires were
stalled by carelessness that bo;dels
ou criminality, One of the h-a.si
condohible cruises is the unextinguished camp Hre, left by camping
parlies, in ii)i 7 and tgi8 -i full
dozen of the vvorsl forest Iiii��� s in
the Dominion have been due to
camp fires and lighted oigflretti-s
and matches. N i camp fire ought
'to he buill anywhere except or.
rocks or gravel, and should lie entirely extinguished,
The careless camper in Ctunda
.is lining this rear uli it the Kaiser
would gladly pay his bombers antl
propagandists to accomplish.
IMS-EC
WHOM
Kn Edison's
Secret,.-: ......c'^1      :'""\(JI      l\
Ij       &>w
Until you have heard the
Mew Edison
'yrr-11
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
Vou can liaye UO couceptioi) as to hue. true to life it really is.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully .selected
nnd polished, and the tecords ust il are indestrttctable and play
for a full live minutes each
While us now for I'm iher particulars of  this new  invention
which actually RECRUATUS music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
__K ' tiaii J al ii-Ul-ti Ke> **S
Toronto
,  *.B.    Calgary
! 'nntn-il
Hamilton
Winnipeg Sr**rkntnr-n
Edmonton       Vancouver
Shifted Responsibility
"What i.s Uml do i's name?'1
''Same as mine." said Mr. Rras-
tus Pinkley. "It's mo' convenient. When my wife com��s ;o de
hack do' an' hollers 'Rastusl' I
kin use de dog fob an alibi,"���VVa-
shington Star.
famMmtmrnsmmmms.-. :.~;'?,-ir.r.-'>i:': --juiesr..       : ���i_;,T_r*_rffi*3^a.,*rrtrrr-^^.:iJ;.iri^*aeii/iri��-
v;,-?-��Fr.'> i_55"_rW ���|"->*IU,*"!I*"""*T*_ *r'**e*a*^uMM��r*rma*^*.*eitlim^!*enrtmaU^0 -
I
lljjlli
���,.   ' ij
IWlimi
il
I
to
Does Everybody Trade at  the Corner Store ?
cutive Ford Sale:
Total
AGRICULTURE
Fruit   pnd   Vege
firr^rs                  5062
52.20
tables
32
Grocers
200
item
47
.47
H-irdware
4b
Creamer! <-s nnd
loe
1
other Sirndiy
Jewelers
10
Agricultural
173
1.73
Lumber
Plumbers
62
43
���WWFPNMISNT
Stationery
Tailors
14
20
DEPARTMENTS
HI
.91
.manufacturers
Undertakers
8
'Mats���All Classes 36
.furniture                    5
Packer! rtc.             38
.US
.05
.38
Re- ail Salesmen
Sundry
44
227
P il'ding Mutcriali
14
.14
JOBBERS
1':  .tir. nml
Oil, Paint. Grease
7
1- il Ushers
114
IR
Sundry
14b
1.50
Hull ling Material
6
If "TAIL MERCHANTS
Dry Goods
Groceries, etc.
17
4b
Bnlltn
Butchers
121
1.30
Sundry
144
C Ml,  Wi "d
11
.27
AGENTS
Cl    ieriu..d
Implements,
Dyers
11
.22
Machtsery.etc.
101
30
.30
Salesmen
92
P-pt.  ?-orc��
(il
.61
Real Bntate and
Dr.iMl����
30
.30
Sundry
258
J*.
.25
14
.14
PUBLIC SERVICE
Florists
9
.09
CORPORATIONS 24
Per
Cent
.32
2.10
.46
.01
.10
.62
.43
.14
.20
.0*.
.11
.44
2.40
.07
.18
.06
.17
.46
1.50
1.04
.95
S.67
Total
TRANSPORTATION
BnReage, Exprcr.3 80
Bus, Livery, Taxi
Cab 271
Rnitroad 38
Sundry 17
TRADES
Buildings, Contractors
Pftlnters, Decorators
Engineers, Mechanics 130
Sundry 91
PROFESSIONAL
Doctors 202
Veterinarics 20
Bankers 43
CHARITABLE
INSTITUTIONS    10
TOTAL���Primarily for business
Per
Cent
use
SUNDRY   '
Not Included In
above classification 1,156
8,550   88.05
11.95
.24     Grand Total       9.706 100.
Gil! .rr-. of ink and acres of paper are someUmes used to convey the thought summed
un In this chart which states (acts.
Out of 9 706 consecutive sales, 8,550 purchasers regard the Ford car as a necessity In
eillur agricultural or industrial activity. Only 11.95 per cent of these curs ore being used,
Cities' Uwn primarily for business.   Prepare to meet business competition by buying * Ford.
Runabout   ���   ���   $575 Sedan    -   -   -   $970
Touring   ...   595 One -Ton Truck   750
Coupe    ���   ���   -     770 Chassis    -   -   -   S3S
F. O. B. Ford, Ontario
Ail price* euljeel tn tear tax charges, except trucks and chassis
E. C. Emde
Dea ler,Courtenay
use
We keep the freshest line of Groceries in the
District.    Our prices are Right,  and
Out Service is Unexcelled
We're going to tell you something about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
nyr-rcv**-**************
Western Float
(Greenwood Ledge)
The tax rate in Blaiitnore 'is 40
mills on the dollar.
A tomato weighing 20 ounces
was recently sold in Princeton for
60 cents.
gome banks cut down a man's
credit when he quits  advertising
The higher you jump the harder
it is to see what is just under your
uose.i
The water in the [Fraser River
last month was higher than ilt has
been in 24 years.
This year raspberries and black
currants will be^a Jretord [.crop in
the Fraser Valley.,
Autoists Jwho are [arrested for
speeding should be sent to France
to run Britisii tanks in No Man's
Land. No driver*of a tank over
there is ever arrested by a police
man for driving too'.fast.
All progressive business men ad
vertise in the papers, They mer
chant who Jdoes not advertise tn
these modem days, [stands . in his
own light owing to a. lack of a pro
per business education.
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobaccos
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister and  Solicitor,   Notary
Public.
Phone 6 Courtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to iiunottnce that he is prepared
to do all kinds of repairs "t moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a  Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Refrigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal -gj
Courtenay and Cumberland
 .-.._
--------HHH ft
YOUR PRINTING
Can not l.e ilunt" any tetter, anil
not unite so well anywhere t-liu>
hereabouts, Our typo and maoliin-
ery is complete ami The Review
prloea ire riniii.
RICKSON'S
��*��������� **,*-, *****,
Gents'  Furnishings
anu Halters
VOL. 6
COURTENAY.  B. C. THURSDAY JULY 18 1913
NO. 33
GEO. J. HARDY
LAND AND INSURANCE AGENT
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Telephone 10
COURTENAY
Local Lines
���t, Oil* la away
ii n trip to Van.      Wilson Calhoun left on .Monday I'm*
Seaattle, ...
Reg. Carwithen returned on Friday
last from i. wish to Vancouver.
Mrs  Geo.   Roe, of   Victoria,
sue l of Mrs. Hi aster.
ihc'    .1. N*. ""ijirl.   Is a   visitor at Vancouver tills week,
A tresli coal of lar was pin on the
roof of tut opera house on Saturday
lust,
lust   one ot her     M"    l-'cke nf Vancouver spent the
week-end with hor son lion-.
Mrs. ('.. li.   -ate:
chickens -  time ago and eventually came ta lhe conclusion that it had     o. M. Fechner was a Vancouver tor
been tiken by a chlck-m bawk cr coon a couple of daje   lhis week,
.Mrs. o. II. Fechner Intends io move   she turned up on Saturday niul brou-
one of her cot-ages on Isabel streel to   ghi back 20 chickens with her,   This     v,,��   Fl ' ' ^'oeNea'   whn hns been
her ranch down ihc Union Bay road,    is Uioughl to be a record hatch. [visiting with Mrs Plgotl ni Laso, lef-
'ui' her home al Vancouver rins morn-
The story   comes   trom Hornby Is      ,\ couple of ires were struck bv the '"S.
iirnd Hint two Indian girls oaughtover   lightning yesterday.   0n*> nfttr Onion     ti, in/,,.,. ..,,,, mrdnn nan ���
$300 worth ot salmon In two days' li h   Bay was so- on Are and Is   s ill burn- jo^pli's   hosptoi   yestordav was re-
i"B ibsi w,k. ,���.., .,,,,, .,���..,iu,,. ..,.���..   Pov��ton   wa8,porte{l to have been very   successful,
,,,,,   ,,,,.,,.���..,���.,..,, ���,.,   "'i< I" nieces.   The' road was s'r-    I duplte the inclemency ot the weather.
Utile River was n favorite    resorl    wl'h lr**k n **,  ��� ' and Mis   leleph.-ne
in Sunday.   Many oar loads and boat   wt,.efi ware knocked down.   This was     The employes of the Canadian Col-
loads from here were there.   T >e wa-   the wore   thunder   sionn   seen here- leirles ot Cumbrland   and Union Bay
ter off tho i-oln-t was well dotted with   ab ���N fcr , IM,.Si \t ,.���.,. wll! ho,]d [hch. n,._t am,ua] pic.mc iU
ilshing rai-t-es,     The finny monsl n-s I Boystm   on   Sstu-dav    A good pro-
Air,. rhy. I.nvcver, and bul few were      jfl,  Wni   Bflluf,ie n���;i nips  ir. i.-.'.'h- gramme of sports has ben 'arranged,
caught.     Opposite   .Cape    Im i I'llvj,,,,, ���.���,.��� ���. th,���.������., TB]q,n,i ������    j|������. Tii" Wast Cumber'and    Conservat've
Willy n d party caughl over one hun-   ,..,��� at( .mlil,., ,|���. funerai , t- thier no- band will supply   music.   Trains will
<'<l "ell. li]   BKiV:?" '.Hie     Oer'-ge   *���?-**'*��� '    who died on 1"' P ov'de.i h oar     n.-issfl gers fr m
��� "ir dav   'fcr ������" ll'i'ess rf ove*-" year Cumberland and Union Bay.
WANTED���A quantity of old pota-', .��� ri���rat|on     He   was   a   native   of
THE   COURTENAY
Gents' Furnishing Store
NEW TWEED OVERCOATS
FOR YOUNG MEN AND BOYS
TIES,     MUFFLERS.     SHIRTS,
SHOES,   RUBBER,     GOODS
EVERYTHING   A   MAN   NEEDS
Wc also have ;t sliipnient of Ladies  Shoes and the Rinex Sole
Shoe for Children v
Call and see our goods, you'll always   find  our   prices right.
Courtenay  Gent's Furnishings Store
Opposite Shepherds' W. Sutliff, Prop.
Expert Watchmaker
Qualified Optician
CHARLES   SIMMS
Watcknaker,   Jeweler
and Optician
THE   COURTENAY   JEWELRY    STORE
Union Street, Courtenay
"Fleet Foot" Canvas Shoes
IN ALL STYLES AT
The Courtenay Shoe Store
Our Canvas   Shoes   have stood the test ���They have the wearing qualities and graace the feet properly.
We have a style and fit for
EVERY   MEMBER   OF   THE   FAMILY
When you want a "FLEET FOOT" Shoe look for the name
"FLEET FOOT "stamped on the sole
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
WE GIVE ALL OUR ATTENTION TO SHOES ONLY.
10 per cent. Discount to Returned Soldiers and their wives.
LOGGIE BROS.
Next the Drug Store Phone 48
lues���Any   one   having   any for salo
kindly lave word at Review Ollice
FOR SALE���Three younK grade Jersey onus���niillti-.*: test from .-I In 5.
also one team of horses, 1400 lbs each
1 an ess and wag n. doing cheap.
Apply at Renew olfiee.
QUIET FAMILY COW WANTED-
Fresh or aboul tn freshen. feud particulars to riox A, Review office.
NOW IS Till-* TIME to peil Barberry Bark. For- best price and particulars see William Don,-.'lu s, Courtenay,
YOUNG Pins FOR SALE���Poland
China, six weeks old;$7.."0 each. Apply Mary Berry, Little Qualicum, B.C.
HORSE FOR SALE���Aged !> years;
serviceaby sound, very suitable for
farm, driving or delivery purposes,
price $50; reason for selling, have 2
horses, only use for one. Apply Dale
&  Partridge,  Union  Bay.
FOR RENT���Cottage, ���" rooms,
Rood well and out-bnildings.five acres
of land���would make good chicken
ranch; r.lso one driving horse and
; buggy for sale. For particulars np-
���ply to Mrs. Thos. Cairns, Courtenay.
Autos for hire���lai-Ve and small���
'day or night. Ford "Garage. Phone
46.
The Ford Garage has a Welding
i plant with a first class welder.
Bring in your broken parts in cast
iron, steel, aluminum, and brass,
etc. Anything from a stove lifter
to a crank shaft.
PATTERSON CHANDLER &
STEPHEN LTD., i6th  Ave. ami j
Main St. Vancouver, li. C    Monu-j
inenls, Headstones and  Cemetery
Fences,    the larejest  Monumental
works in the wist
Lost���22' launch hull  with  red
trimmings last seen at  Dyke Saw-
1 mill  boom  on  Saturday.    Finder
kindly notify N, H. Boden.   phone
59.
For Sale���About 3 i-2 acres of
land in the City of Courtenay,
Terms ensv. Address Owner. 3323
Tennyson Ave., Victoria, B. C
For highest prices in hides, scrap
metal and old rubbers see Wm.
Douglas, Courtenay,
Cleveland Bicycles and bicycle
supplies at the Ford enrage.
Go to McBryde's for quality
bread,
Socthnd and had be*>n in lhis country
Lookinn B-ickwar-d.
about ten years.    His   parents and a     Fnm an old iseue of   the   Weekly
r..i,.!.,-,��� .���!���' ln-others and sisters reside News w�� rm-ta th ��� ri " iwi- ���-- in theBay
cn the Island. Item*1! 'Whi     Mr. Wm. Duncan was
going down to ihe licensing court lasl
I. O. O. E. NOTTS. Wediesday,   his    horse    and     front
wine's t���h��� il the"e first, the buggy
and iwo hi .<1 whee's li l"g left .1 the
Pav." 1 Mr ' mn ci n ;.' ��� s no chances
Ihe I- kttti i- il iys he rides a handsome
��� -ey charger.
Ti,o hi
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econd 37; third 1S1 If first number
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nimbi- will ii"- Ive tlir* cu iiiun.
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1 ������..,,. ,���  .|M ���:.,!  i-.-r,,. Din i-iiinn -f I' e
-l- In i knil   ' Ilk -wi 'in- kn'te '
a a .-.iirr.r hy'   M'-fl   "     V-'iini1-   0*
The 01 viv    Cnb'ti 1    Mini ��� r    ire
touring the ootinl y toll        thi   fal
fiii whal  Icl'y   ��� 01 I    fll iv b :'-,.v are.
What's In the �� li tl?    '-',   . I- c ion or
n fnt job for somebody?
Tin-
elui-ing
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np,    Union Bay,|ls ,���:',1";,' "'.'
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ai 11,., hiiRin*") mo-piina of ih- n---
n-hlera ' ( "-e    '-'"'iv-p   hpld Julv 1 h.l
iwi new v|po n-_rontp ..-i.vp   hallofc*-'*-
���m. vf,.'ii  ip vt,s,    *-,,r,.    CampheP
i.P-,:... ���|,...|.,- ir-i.r..i    viio.peetent    and!
ir,..     l--,.).-..   "...],    o,,..,,,.,I    Vi,.p.|)r-.sr.V,l
11 n] ,rn <f Mr- Vi'-rvs ""rl Airs. Laban who p*-und i' imno-nlMe at tho,
nres nil time fo li 1.1 ollice.
nol ns
pervlci
paid p
illinle.
depiitl' s p-iil clerks     -
...   |-P0| n    -I��� .,   ���''    ���    '
yel i-i-'-i Ived pa) -        I
3,    Election n-'c uinta sh  -���' ' ' ���
omptly provided thc ������ a<
In days g ine bv It was
the Llberaal pn ss thai -Iv me   h     U
Manson wns   pe sonall -    ;- ���:'
for Uie sfal - of   the r-ads   whi     ���   r
I'lhey were bad.    Is   our - 9 ml mem-
f,,. ihe ber Mr. Stewart tpersonally respoi -
Pile for the dny he'ng p ������ on ton ot
the snivel on Hi ��� Cumbi -iand rxti
^IIV-MO   ll-.vl.l_!-   ^-Ipl.-S    fl
l. o   ft. '.������   ull' nif.'iFf. urn Miem I*" a
i'!i'-o ,*i�� fh*> lr-ilies   w'sh    to   s^nd    a
ii'ip'-uto   to the   boys   oversea    lhis
WP-*lr.
The hd'es i-i '���lrr,-"'r of Hip concer
nnd dime*   n**\*t    TuPsrlav nighl 1*n **-1 	
d.ip.iilpil 'o r-ril-r-p the price "f riiir:s-|
slon -o the dance   from $1   to I'm Cor;for July 21. 8th Sunday after Trinity
e on lie men.
Anglicjin Services
1
Safety  First
Maple   Leaf  Theatre.
SATURDAY JULY 20
Pathe presents
"THE   FUGITIVE"
i"- Florenc la   Bodie,   produced   by
T-in'-ouser in 5   parts.     Also 2 Com-
edies.
WEDNESDAY JULY 21
Pathe presents "The 8th An-mial
P iidl'ion Rotind-lTn 'Oregon) In 3
parts. Line ���0111* Luke Loses Patients.���Comedy In 2 parts. 1 War C,a-
zette 1 Reel Ssenlc Views.
Coming--The Crent Win- The -War
11.00 a. 111.���Mattins   and   Holy Communion r-l St. .Andrew's Sandwick
11 nn a   m���AlatUns and Semon at SL
Peter's Comox.
7.00 n. m.- -F\-"-: ;og   and   '.-.--mon at
Holy  Trinity  Cumberland.
7..10 p. 111.���Evensong and   Sermor s*
St, John's, Courtenay.
H. A. COLLISON
A-eh leaci ...
Presbyterian Church
St. Andrew.-'  Sandwick _Z___T
Service 2 pin.     S"-iday  Seiiitl
iand Bible Clas1 ? p  in.
1 Courtenav
Stind-i'-  School and  Bible Clas*
picture.���"Lest We Forget"    It takes, 10-30 a   111
the Kaiser hy   the throit     By   Rita _ ',���    \p ,,.,.1,   .
Jolivpi.   \*o greater pal-iotic    attrac p' '
tion ever produced.      Remember the'***"
date���Slonday. August 5th.
-.vening service 7:30
CHEER UP.
���When you are weary   and   -worn nnd
sick nnd sad
And the friends about you are just as
bad,
There's only one Ihing in this Avnrld
to do,
It heirs your friends, and helps you,
too-
Go to
FRASER'S
Cheer up.
When the boys   are   on their way to
France.
And sorrow Is shown in every glance,
'Twill help them all <n feel less blue,
Am' tho*e at home Will tonow you.
If you
Cheer up.
Be thee with a smile eve tho you're
For Fresh   Tobacco, Cigars ��"<���
_     , . Tin-re's -ome rne else   that's ,1ust a*r.
Confectionery   and I iJad,
Fc-gr I your "-irvies "nd just be glad.,
Che*-!* up.
Soft Drinks.
babel St.    Next Royal Rank
Comox Creamery
! Butter
i !
! 30c per lb. this week i
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���nBEBSHCKaaonnGtEC; ZU ���iWiretC-rjewsx.r:. L'.Jti 4 r^g THE COURTENAY REVIEW
The Courtenay Review
And Comox Valley Advocate
llutt  whatever the cause oreauses we
hope that ihe   authorities will in due
course make  the    same public.   Our
A  Weekly  Newspaper, Published at   limber eann: tbe in.lr.ee.l lor centur-
*  n ies, labour lo light forest fires Is wanl-
Courtenay, B. 0. |e(, tou , a(lly elsewhere, and erops suj-
N. H. Romt.N, Editor and Proprietor    for, while ihe   people,   hnve o endure
Subscription $1,80 per Year in Advance nol only   discomfort   but   also much
$2.00 per annum if not so paid risk to life an  property.    More effici
ent   protection    against   such    llros
 should   be   forthcoming,   in order to
THURSDAY JU i,v is, 191S guard nganinst   whnt has come to bei
 ������ j an annual event,
Tin- returned soldier who gave the
panty sueh a. trouncing in Victoria at
iin- receni bye-olectlon, Prank Glioma
formerly resided in the Comox Valley
nnd still owns Ind near Headquarters,
The goveiirmenl has sustalanetl only
Hie iirsi or many Bhocks lhal will be
forthcoming nl his Iiis hands, a-nl in
him m I nn];. tho vi icrans tin insolvea
lun tlio pei plo rn' li. c, will have a
fuarlosa ami unootiipronilsliig advocate, The people hav.- i nlj- io��1 hen-,
vlly tlirougli partisan governmi nl and
llio I lino has come for bettor method s,
Tin- now member Is lhe apostle o< lho
new order nf things, ami llie mini ber
nnd quality of his siipporera n-l the
election ies;iliul in tlie widespread
revolt hkiiIiisI any more party politics
Now lhat. llie Canital City lias returned tho first soldier member to i��:-
wer, It Is worth whll - ci nsiderlng
whelher Coniox cannnl follow the e>--
ample . The returned men are string
bore already, and are growing more
rn week by week. The trenches havc
made thorn tb-nk more deeply and
there un- i- nn.. ft ..s wlio are ready
to back an nhle veteran as candidate.
We bore   ihai Mr.   Gtolmn will com6/0f [,-Va'ncls John  Henry Everett, late
up this way and addiess a few meet-'0{ courtenay, B.C., who died intestate
ings in the subject   of   the returned / 011 nu, cn,   ,i:,y (,r   July, 1017, must
men generally.                                      I forthwith    sellie    such    indebedness
���,.,.   ..                 ,                              | with llie undersigned, und all persons
With lhe approach of lhe trull pre-   ha,.lng nllv accounts or elriims against
serving spason ��� e - -���'.���(��� our readers   tll(, s:li,| eBtate mus presenl lhe r*yiiir<-
lo mak- lull ure   of the   wild   bl*ck-|to ������, un[|erslgned  mi or before Ihe
berry thai -s to he had 'n mn- district;;,,.,, day ���r AUguat, mis and sueh aclor lie rouble rf gathering.   All fruit  ocmnts or calms musl be duly proved
wl i be dear lhis --i-  - nd   scar,-,- al , ���   amdnvlt of statutory declaraUon.
that, whereas ihr blaekben-y crop pi--, ,;.������, Ihis 25th ,,av ol- June mis.
mises  lo  he a  roed  en-.    IVe siionld I             ETHEL ANNIE KERTON.
j'1'*5 ' '   '';' ' '"' "' ks Pfhig "ui by ibe | ot courtenay, B. C, Administratrix of
hund'ed and coming   in wiih gallons ���       the   eslate   0�� the within-named
of berries while they last. The logged .       ^cedent,
off  an.ls in rr-��� vicinity are ideal berry-patch s,  --nd   no "lie    need    tiTiv-ll ______________________
many miic* in si cure a goodly renwrd I   ���-������
Ii nil hilps o 'ner. use Canada's food |
supply, and ihere are many in anllrr-
llj- who -is-r-ie us even today Hint we ,
shall soon he nn he card t-rilioiiiiitr sys-
tem. f.et us ll'rii ga'tter in the bla"k
lierrps fr~m the time Ihey aro ready
iniii lhe lasl  i no ripens.
Campbells
All persons Indebted lo Ihe eslale
re rrci'iii  i-
lirer in our nei h-
MAIL  CONTRACT.
SI-'ALIOD  TENDERS,   addressed  to
, i the Postmaster General, will be reeei-
i"".'1'":!' !V.V\T.'���Sr1, ''"."^''lesP^al   V0(, .��� ottawa unt,i noon, on F,.Un,y,
I Uie   Hull   July,   mm.  for  lho  conveyance of His Majesty's Mails, en pro-
I posed contracts for four years in each
i case between
COMOX AND COURTENAY
COMOX !i E.&  X. KY. STATION
New Summer Goods
.'Hi  ill. Voile in     white,   Maize,  Peach,
(irey, Old Rose, Alice Blue, Navy and
Black, at 65c per yard.
Crepe Cloth In Plain Seir Culors and
Fancy Stripes,  Lace  Figured  Ohgan-
die and Silk Stripe and Figured Voiles
from ii0c to $1.50 per yard.
Prints, Cheeked and Slrlpod Gingham
at the old price, 5 yds for $1
Special Value ln Mossallno and  Ton-
goo Silks.
NewOBl  SSI.vies In Coal Middles nnd
Wash Skirls, ladles Summer Under
Vesls In  Cotlon  and  Mrcerlzed  Lisle
from 3Bc to $1.50 each
Ladles Colored    Silk and Lisle Hose
in all Light Shades
Ladles High Top V'hil" Canvas Shoes
with Leather Soles.Cuban   and Low
Heels.
Ladles Balling Suits and Caps
Special  Value in   Men's  Merino andl
Balbrlggan Underwear, In   two-plecd
and union    suits,    short sleeves and'  m
knee length. ���'���
Give Zest to Your
Breakfast
By Commencing it with the most Wholesome
of Cereal Dishes
|  Royal Standard Rolled Oats
Men's Department
Men's    Youth's    and   Boy's    Bathing
Suits in nil sizes
Men's While    ami    Colored Lisle and
Silk Socks in nil lighl shades
Sporl  Shirls and Ties, Tennis Shoes,
Panama,    ami     Dealer  Shaped   Straw
Hats.
Special    Value in     Hoys and Youth's
Sport Shins und Blouses
I'nion Si.ils in Summer Qnderwea".
Straw Hats and Caps, Brown  Canvas
Slioes ami Sneakers in all Sizes.
Invictus Shoes, "The Best Good  Shoe
for Men."
Ask for it Today at your Family Grocer's
Look for the Trade Mark, the Circle "V on evvcry Sack-.
Our own waste makes our Allies waul,
rssued by Canada Pood Board,
(l-iinnir-". ilril several eneuiries asse-l
ihenr'Ives li is naturally asked
win; w's ihe e,usn or causes of the e
outbreaks. As a ntle Her are ascrib*"d
in sparks f*-om he logging company'!
em-inn*, ; Pu >������ li h ��� lav caps for pi*n-
per precautii ns to ie taken in this regard ami as ii.es are worth high money lo day ii is ie I in !>" exnecfed thai
such precautions would hnve leen tie-
llhei-rtely neglected. Ii is nisn unlikely thai any burning was beiiiK done .
under permit, as .-o Pro ranger would P��secl contracts may he seen and
sue or., a aurh a .1 ' r- reus period blank forms or lender may be obtain-
, ,.,, i, ,.. r .',.      ���'.���,;'   ,, 5S.|] uity ,.'.,n i,n   ed al lire Posl Offices of Comox, Cour-
leniry, Sandwick and T'nion Hay, and
ai tlio ollice of Ihe undersigned.
E. H. FLETCHER,
ami
Union Bay and Wharf and Ry. Station
on and from Hie  isl October nexl.
Printed    notices containing further
information  as  lo  conditions of pro-
Campbells
CUMERLAND
The
I'i 'i-'iin, and the
nnly ive remaining is lhal the fires
were deliberately .i-rted, probably
bv alien and enemy a'-'eis. This lias
already been prnv.il in Ihe ease of
fires both in   B.   C. nnd in he Stales.
P. o. Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Victoria
B.  C, iilsl  May, 191S.
1==
D\
Ladies and Gent's Tailor
Now Showing New Spring Suitings
McPhee Block
Courtenay
PIANO ��* ORGAN
Tuning and Repairing
W. J.  GOARD
Here about Apl. 1
Leave orders at Review office
Esquimalt   &   Nanaimo   Railway
shortest and quickest routes
train service:
Southbound
For   Victoria��� Leaves Courtenay 11.35    Monday,
Wednesday end  Friday,  connecting at Parksville
Junction with train for Port Alberni, and  at Nanaimo with boat for Vancouver
Northbound
Leaves Vi* toria���9.00 Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday, connecting at Nanaimo with boat from
Vancouver and at Parksville Junction with the
train from Port Alberni, and "arriving at' Courtenay at 16.10.
!     Phone R_60
D. B. NICKERSON
,  A|��t Court-ma-*,
Comox  Livery   Stable
Phone 84 L
Auto Truck Meets all Boats
and Courtenay Trains
Autos and Teams for Hire
at reasonab'e rates
E. C. CLIFFE   -   COMOX
R.M. GLAZBROOK
ACCOUNTANT
1   V ���.: > i�� t ��� Audited and
Books Kept
! Office with Hicks  Beach  &  Field
ALTERATION
of Premises
Large corner store added
to Present Stand
623-5 Johnson St.
Victoria
Great Clearance Sale
at 716 Yate Street
All Goods Must be  Cleared
Seabrook Young
Johnson and Broad Street
Victoria, B. C.
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COURTENAY  TAILOR  j
We have an Exhibit of a Large
Assortment of New Patterns
HANEY   I.   KUSHIDA
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Store Between  Bridges
Courtenay
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Flou
B. & IC. I'lour is a finely ground I'lour made from tlie highest
grade of oats. For Bread baking i at Flour is tlie most satisfactory of
all substitutes lor blending will] wheat flour, Will lie on sale at all
tlie leading grocery stores towards tlle end of the present week.
B. &K. Rolled Oats, B. & K. Oatmeals, B. & K, Cornmeal, B.
S_ K. Buckwheat Flour, are all substitutes for Hour and are the highest
grade obtainable. Insist on B, & IC. and you will get nothing but the
best.
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co.Ltd.
Courtenay Branch
, i_i ii ��� i rr -i ,>*ir��-|-r-nin u* i _ . uumjij' ** -ir.ri_rt - -_. ,w	
The Telephone Co-operates
With You
The splflt of co-operation is In the air more than ever. It means
that the more you do, the greater is the degree of benefit coming hack
to yourself.
Apply it to'your telephone service. Vou have excellent operators,
adequate equipment, and the more yon seek a perfect service tlie better
you will In- pleased.
You will find that the Company endeavors at all times to heartily
co-operate to the end of giving the public the best tliere is in the telephone utility.
British Columbia  Telephone Co.
T.    ,���.. .���. .GRAND DISPLAY
The costof Living is High ,,,
LStill There's Nothing Like Leather  Willard's Harness Emporium
JAMES E. ASTON
Practical Shoemaker and Repair
| Next to Hardy & Biseoe
Fine Showing of Horse Blankets,  I/ftp
Rugs, Gloves, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc.
Harness Repaired Neatly)
W. W. WILLARD
Cumberland and Courtenay THE COURTENAY REVIEW
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ItfO
CANADA
PUBLIC NOTICE
DOCUMENTS TO BE CARRIED
by every male person who is not on active service in any of His Majesty's Naval or Military
Forces, or in the Naval or Military Forces of any of His Majesty's Allies, and who apparently
may be, or is reasonably suspected to be, within the description of Class One under the
Military Service Act, 1917, who for any reason may have claimed that he is not within Class
One under the Act.
^-( ITII113 is hereby given lhat, under the provisions of nn Order In Council
(P.O. 1013), of lho 20lh April, 1018, upon and after tlio 1st day of June,
1018, overy malo person who ii not. on active Bcrvlco in any of llis Majesty's
Navril or Military Forces, or iu tho Naval or Military Forces of His Majesty's
Allies, and who apparently may be, or is reasonably suspected to he, within
tho description of Class One under the Military Service Act, 1017, by whom
or on whoso behalf, il. is at any time affirmed, claimed or alii gcd that ho is not,
whether by reason of ago, status, nationality, exception, or otherwise, within
Class One under tho Military Servico Act, 1IM7, as defined for the time being
or ihal, although within the said Class, ho is exempted from or not liable to
military service; Bhall have villi hii.i upon his person at all times or in or
upon any building or premises where he at any time is,
AGE
If it be claimed that he is not within tho class by reason of age, an official
certificate of the date of his birth, i r a certificate of Iiis ago signed by two
reputable citizens residing in the community in which he lives and having
knowlcdgoof the fact; or
MARRIAGE
If il be claimed thai, he i.s not within the Class by reason of marriage, n
certificate, eilher official or signed by two reputable citizens residing in tho
community in which ho lives and having knowledge of the facts, certifying to
iiis marriage and that his wife is living; or
NATIONALSTY
If it be claimed that, bc is not within ihe Class by reason of his nationality,
a certificate of bis nationality signed by a C. nsul or Vice-Consul of the foreign
State or Counlry to which ho claims his ."ii: - isnee is due; or a passport issued
by the Government of that Country establishing hi.s nationality; pr
ACTIVE SERVICE
If it be claimed that ho is excepted as a member of any of His Majesty's
Forces or as having since the -Uli August, 1014, served in the Military or
Naval Forces of Great Britain or her Allies in any llv aire of actual war and hns
been honourably discharged therefrom, official documents or an official certificate evidencing the fact; or
CLERGY
If it be claimed that he is excepted as a member of the clergy, or of any
recognized order of an exclusively religious character, or is a minister of a
religious denomination existing in Canada on 20th August, 1017, or ils being a,
member of any other society or body, a certificate of the fact signed by an
office-holder competent so to certify under tho regulations of thc churcb, order
or denomination, society or body, to which he belongs; or
EXEMPTION
If it be claimed that he is exempted from or not liable to military service
hy reason of any exemption granted or claimed or application pending under the
Military Service Acl, 1017, or tho regulations thereunder, his exemption
papers, or a certificate of Ihe Registrar or Deputy Registrar of tho distjv '
lo which he belongs evidencing  the  fact; or
OTHER CLASS
I? it bc claimed that he is not within Ihe Class, or that he is exempted, not
liable or excepted upon any other ground, n certificate of two reputable citizens
residing in the community where he lives having knowledge of the fact upon
which Ihe claim is founded and certifying thereto;
FAILURE TO CARRY REQUISITE EVIDENCE
If upon or after the 1st day of June, 1018, any such male person lie found
without the requisite evidence or certificate upon hi.s person or in or upon lire
building or premises in which ho is, he shall thereupon be presumed to bo a
person at thr' time liable for military service and to be a deserter or defaulter
without, leave;
PENALTY
And he shall also be liable upon summary conviel ion to a fine not, exceeding
!5f>0 or to imprisonment for a period not. exci eding i no month, or to bcth such
fine and imprisonment; and moreover, any such person may forthwith be
taken into military custody and may be there detained and required to p-r-
forin military duty in the Canadian Expeditionary Forco so long as hi.s si rviocs
shall be required, unless or uniil the fact bo established fo the satisfaction oi
competent authority lhat he is not liable for military duty.
FALSE CERTIFICATE
The un-, signing or giving of any such certificate as hereinbefore mentioned shall, if t lie certificate bo in any material respect, false or misleading to the
knowledge of the person using, signing, or giving lire same, be an offtake,
punishable, upon summary conviction, by a penalty not exceeding five huBiMMl
dollars, and by imprisonment for any term not exceeding six months and "Rot.
less than one month.
ISSUED BY THE MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH
OF THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Ottawa, May 22, 1918.
The National Flower
����
All the youngsters   aro   on lhe i| 'i
viva in anticipation of th   operetta on
Tuesday evening next. Thoy have all
learned their parts thoroughly anil i>
Is evpeoted that the performance wi'i
go throm-h without a hlMi. Follow-
l"t I- the programme:
Chimes
1. .lodge,   So-g Viola  Campbell
2. Palsies, Song
3. Lily. Song dance
4. Crivi no- - liosos
5. Quoin of Roses, Flower Girls,
Violet Hicks Beach
fi.   Runf'owor
7. Wo d Nymphs���Christine Mil-
la "d a il I eo Fleteh r
8. Or! n  Lome Oampbe"
0.   Ch rus  35 Vole's
"N'ow Cnze Upon the Pretty Flowers''
10. Tnn-beiirlne dance..Isadora  Sutton
11. WV-.in
12. Thistle  rtuet...H?zel  Leighton
.Teen  Be'sl ���������
13. F.-nr I.e fed Cl ver...."-|lss Dti *���*��� n
1'. rnlllff "long ..W If Id Cunningham
15. I'nnce, V,' oil .iei  tpr'te
Phlllls Glazb-o-k
18. Swing  Sons Kaih'een  Steve-..
1". L'Ule  Fellow Fred  Steve s
1S. Chorus "Has-e Flowers Ail'"
10. nance Marian  Belas
20. Jury���"We CanMfeJIfecfde*  i
MnryJMStfarf, Leila Forest
21. .TohnJMH__H��K H. Sterns
'22.^WpO ""Hurrah" 35   Voices
W''Til*^de...."The Flowers Thar B!*om'
2t. Che.urs...."Conip Away" 35 Voices
25. Judge���"The Flowers That
Bloom in the Spring, tra la
2fi. National Anthem.
nnnelng   afier programme.     Ilo-Ilo
"""UK*^9**che.sl.i-a will furnish music.
' Adiml-*.,siori . Adults 50c; children 25
Bospi've(I-'.^eas 75C; dance, gents 75c,
I dies free". &e��.ts may be rserve 1 a*
llte drug store*
Let All Join in the Chorus.
"If you see   an editor who pleases
everybody, tliere will be a glass plate
over his face and he will not be standing up."���Omaha Bee.
As Promised,
"See here," complained the man as
he walked up to the proprietor of the
clothing litore. "I have only had this
snl! two weeks ora I; looks rusty airs ady."
"Weil," said the proprietor, did the
sales man ginirinlfe lhe suit?"
"H'j di I " replied the man. "He said
i: would worn- like iron.'*
' Weil.' reo'led t-io proprietor, " It
did. didn't It?"���Cincinnati Enquirer.
I The loafers and merely nominal
| workers Jof the North American
cantinent |have fallen upon evil
Both in Canada and the United
Stateo, the [law has now set it's
face [severely | against (them. Ou
July ist the UnitedfStates Federal
ordee, asjdrawn up by Provost Marshall Kuocn Crowder, went into
effect, Aii men of draft age, that
is between the ages of|eighteen and
fifty have now to be engaged in
some (productive employment or
get into the army. This|Federal
Order is being re-enforced by anti
loafing laws, enacted by the state
legislature.
In Canada the most essential industry at the present time is agriculture. Food production is a necessity of the summer of 1918 and
the saving of the harvest is the necessity? of the present moment.
More than 65,000 {able-bodied men
in addition to tne men already employed on the land, such as the
Soldiers of the .soil gaud the boys
and women of other organizations,
will be needed Jto save the crops
this season. There is no room for
loafers; no time for idlers and there
should be no mercy for tramps aud
mere pool room sports,
Canada'sjnew wheat crop will
not reach the consuming public as
flour foe three months at least and
in the meantime this [country will
be very short of wheat flour. We
have���as has also the Uuited.States
shipped as much wheat as possible
to the Allies, git ing sbetn a considerable share of our own normal
���supply to help carry them ovei un
til the new harvest has come and
the corner has beeu turned, The
use of substitutes, therefore, becomes,an imperative necessity 'in
this countrv and our people should
fatniliaize themselves with methods
successfully|used in baking these
substitute flours.
P. McBryde's
Bakery and Tea Rooms
Brown's Block, Courtenay
' The BestTand cheapest bread in the district
12   18oz.   Loaves  for [$1
Vancouver and Victoria 10 18 oz. loaves $1
We invite anyone to dispute the above advertisement] '
Mc BRYDB
Shop Only Where You are Invited to Shop
���'HiCWiWOS'-W-*'*--;-***----*!-*-!*
"~ -in *n* i* hih_ihi~iinrnViB*i*ri?-iT*'r*iffl
lli baker of Better Bread
Opposite thc city hall
HEADQUARTERS FORJ
Buggies and Express Wagons
All Rigs Guaranteed and Sold at the Lowest Possible Price
0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0*0H**j
GEORGE B. LEIGHTON
Blacksmith and Carriage Builder   ^* COURTENAY
___ww*���   ���
ll
CUMBERLAND '
Mount   Horeb   T.. O   L. o' Cut
'id   celebrated   the evi alng   of
Glorious Twelfth by, holdine a a
evening ai   wliieh  refreshment-.  ���
served by the young ladles wl
program was going   1 n    Thi n
visitors presenl trom   (*���.,.���������-������  ���
Ion Tlay ninl D->nii'nn nnd    T ������-'���������
lands,   Afler lihe lodge bad been ;    ���������
inclod. the master .ner..,' ns cbalr
while llie   following   prog am***!** was
carried through:
Polo   nro   Edv">���-
llro. Snni Calhoun gftve on   "'
nddr'-'ss   on tho    I" s and    ": rests
lire Order front the time of It 1
'ion to tli" present day.
"out  Rm   Ffrtrw '
II,. ,.���.,��   f0]lr.,vo,l   l.v t~\.y.   Ur    *->*>-
"���->  M^lniod'st  Church.
One of -''--" lti+9re*rtlre .-���-':     ���������
occur regular*.' ' "!'  '"'''
P-eS  V"*   n   '���t*f^'*ri|rtli'*T   Of   '   p____.   r
tor's jewel  to Pro.   McLeod,   ������ ':o
fillod    llio    (piper1;!it    no-- of una
during two years of vers tryl
when many mpm**e**s   ���.-���-..     '   ,
the colors.   He feellnglv rep'ted
"election 	
honor nf p.'n. ,T. Pn-rern
���I sextette ihen rendered
horn son.
"one   Pro.  *Vnrvrr ������;
niiot ...Pros. Edwards and Robert *���*>'
Pros. Willard, McLaren, Bode 1 '
Leighton were enl'e.l on 'or a, 'ew
remarks. The evening was broiiTh-
to a close with sones hy Bros. F ������
Wood a-rd McGee.
9 p��'
l 3.in.
A Wert Superstition.
Boys ln the west of England believe
that by squeezing u uioie to deatii . e-
tween the hands and touching tbe affected parts with the blood that oones
from the mouth of the dying animal
warts will disappear and will not rtip-
pear. The culprits are convinced tiiat
moles, worms and other subterranean
dwellers have no feelings, and therefore it is not cruelty to put them U��
death In this way.
Scarcity of English Humer.
It ls to be feared that if the paperi
leserved a special corner once each
week for the witticism of the week it
would be often left blank. There Is n��
wit to speak 0/ today, ouly a feeble Imitation of It which people are fond ol
calling the saving sense of humor.���
Loudon Saturday Iteview.
NSNtlMNHNMNt a
Do You
READ?
The Courtenav  Review
Family Herald and Weekly Star
and the Daily Province
for oue vear
for $6 THE COURTENAY REVIEW
��fc
Waylaid
Straight walls in tlie
(Jeep firepot of thc
Sunshine Furnace pre-
vt-iil ashes from collecting and absorbing
(lie lu-at instead of
allowing it to do its
work in heating the
linine- one of thefeat-
ures that make the
Sunshine the kind of
furnace you want for
your home.
For Sale bv
H.  Tarbell   & Son
\&i
cC\sr/s
o    11  ll
; !'   -l   v.!
I. nil" r
The olty clerk was Instructed lo
tnlto ogal in-oei'eii'gs to coll >cl the arrears of action" taxes fr Ive vearslffllB
1910, antl 1017 ilu ��� from those living.
outside th" el'.v imlis
On moton of Aid. Kerton, seconded
by Aid. 1 ogele In-re I on laxes owing
bv soldiers on active service will be
rebated,
A building by-liw wns civ - ils fi'-sl
ninl second reading. It provides for
tin. nr-otecHon ol hulidln'"��� already erected, and iiiM'K to do away win pine
chimneys. So new hulM'ngs enn be
erected withoul pormis'Ion from the
e.ouncdl, to "-iiii��� n'ai's and speclfica-
tlo-'s inn ���' bo submitted.
Port Whittle, who is moving Mrs.
Fee liner's c-ttage lo the ranch, nslted
that some stumps ami ooIps 0" I 'abel
streel be removed so lira lhe bulld'ng
which is 3.1 f< el wide e "'id tv-s. Tho
IBoard or Worltl wns given power to
acl in llio matter,
H S'ewviT-l M ' A. will be asked
r'lioul the now sloe1 bridge across the
Courtenav rivet- wlnie'' wns promised
by ih-. r-'rvi���i-iiiiion mm i year.
Aid. idii'iis ennnlreil if anything further luul been rton�� nboul a watr sup-
ply. AnpHoatlo.ll haos been made for
a record on Vr-nlim-i's springs.
Th cilv oleetricinn hn ordered soma
more materiil   for   c'ty liets. but no-
ii at liberty to share   with   ',,,, to fi;hl eWpioymeul,Imi*at  be ���^'lllVil'nl'Z it 1 e'l?"6'
tuation is sen'us. and ilns , . '    -    .     "" .     ; of extnding the sys em lo Coniox.
*\
ml. USt
Furnace
London Toronto       Montreal        Winnipeg        Saskatoon
St. John, N.B.     Calgary       Hamilton        Kdmontou       Vancouver
08
City Council.    | Music Throu
The regular* meeting of the City
Council wns held on Mondav ii'k'u,
Those pres Ul w�� *>: llis Wo 'Mp
Mayor Dttcan and Aid, Aston, Kerton,
Loggie Idiens and l/o!ghoii,
A repori was received from Hie
Motllen Heath officer,
i'i" n modioli of Alderman Kerton,
seconded hy Aid. Aston li was I'-e'-tl
ed to hold n lav Bafts of nil lands -u
arroiirs for 1(115 nn 1 ll'fi i"-s. 'i'1-_-
Sale will be held on Sep ember ' 'th,
Po'diors property will be exempt from
sale
"h f    *��� re few   of us   who do   not I    Canada's Anti loafing  Law  has
���htn't tha   we could not give the Can-   beeu iu ��operation  since  early   in
.ir.l some valuabli- pewit-    .     ..     ". ' ,
or.3 group of men can have I APnl aud ^'^V 'nale  person   over
rn    o   of w'sdom,   perhaps we .sixteen and under sixty |years  of
Tie Food has   he inform-   age- unless a bona fide student,    or
have not and   which   physically unfit, ar reasonably tin
Dkmond _
Mr Edison's    _.^-^^^ 5
Secret^; ~rycc*^3"������- c'-y"
Until you have heard the
New Edison
" The Phonograph with a Soul"
You can have no conception as to how true to life it really i.s.
The reproducer point is a genuine diamond, carefully selected
and polished, and tlie records used are indestructttble aud play
for a full five minutes each
Write us now for ftttther particulars of this new  Invention
wliicli actually RECREATES music
G. A. FLETCHER MUSIC CO.
NANAIMO'S MUSIC HOUSE
Cumberland, B. C. Nanaimo, B. C
roek   the boat.   Follow
-"Rat oner"    in    itegina
ter in  the   i'l.r er  Rivet-
last in
been
engaged in some useful occupation j
'    Aid   T o__"in l,nd bond thai th*1 fn"m-
Sonie banks cut   down   a  man's ers of Hannv Vnli.���<��� Intended hold1 g
credit when he  quits advertising, an indltmatlon mee'lng to protest as
ainst lhe Miy Inltii'g water from 1h*"-'o
The higher you jump the harder springs which simoly P- ���   ceeks Hi'i
i vas higher than It has  it is to see what is just under your waiter thMr   farms,  and   thought the
.1 .van uifjuci wail   n. ���><-�� J - oilv s|,������id send   a representative to
! . ears. "cse. ....._,..,.. ���. ma|CT
xtmmBKtmmBemiiwBSSBmmsaEmei aonr^m   .-. Tumsta szsBtszasatsiiBsiyssr&sEEs&twsmis
| ||||- 'r^'ffc -y -"���*<���* i#^
-   yC^*Ty'/^-^:'^-
ii\miiamMm;i'i;m'<:r:T^?":*i��s^
ossified List of 9.70S Con-
���a
Sales
Vest-
Fruit   end
tnhles
Grocers
Hardware
Ice
Jewelers
Lumber
Plumbers
Stationery
Tailors
Tobocco
Undertaken
SI,oca
I**: ..-tail Salesmen
Sundry
JOBBERS
Oil. Point, Grease
I-i irclware
B .il.iing Material
D y Goods
Groceries, etc.
Sundry
AGENTS
Implenuntt,
M-ichLifcTy, etc.
Sale-ur en
Real Etute and
Sundry
PUBLIC SERVICE
CORPORATIONS 24
32
200
16
1
10
62
13
14
20
5
a
ii
44
227
7
in
6
17
46
144
Per
Cent
.32
2.10
.46
.01
.10
.62
.43
.14
.20
.05
.08
.11
.44
2.40
.07
.18
.06
.17
.46
1.S0
Total
TRANSPORTATION
Baggage, Express   89
Lur. Livery, Taxi
Cub
Railroad
Sundry
TRADES
Buildings, Contractors
Painters, Decorators
Engineers, Mechanics
Sundry
271
38
17
121
40
130
91
PROFESSIONAL
Doctors
Veterinariea
Bunkers
CHARITABLE
INSTITUTIONS
202
20
43
Per
Cent
2."0
.38
.17
1.24
.40
1.41
.91
2.10
.20
.43
101
92
1.04
.'J5
TOTAL���Primarily for business
use 8,550
258      2.67
SUNDRY
Not included in
above classification 1,156
11.95
.24      Grand Total        9,706 100.
Gi Ui ���>���> of Ink ami acres of paper arc sometimes used to convey the thought summed
un in lain rharl which states fucts. ...��._, ,     .
Out. of o,70l> executive sales. 8.550 purchasers regard Ibe Ford car aa a necessity in
rjlbcr uirrlcul-ural or industrial uclivity. Only 11.95 per rent of these cars are being used,
f tha Ulan primarily for business.    Prepare to meet business competition by buying * Ford.
fttrnrl.out   ���
T'.urir.g   -
Coupe   ���   -
.   $57S Sedan    -   -   -   $970
.   .   5S5 One-Ton Truck   750
.     770 Chauii    -   -   -   S3S
F. 0. B. Ford, Oitlctrio
Ala prices subject to war tax charoes. cxecpl trucks and chassis
d*   W*- ��   C111 116
Deale r, Courtenay
11
in
Willi
I
Jin
Does Everybody Trade at the Corner Store ?
Because
We keep the freshest  line  of Groceries in the
District.    Our prices are Right,   and
Our Service is Unexcelled
We're gnin^ lo tell you something  about shoes shortly
Parkin Bros.
On the ist of July the Canada
Food Board Order became efftctive
requiring all public bakeries and
private households also to use 10
per cent, sub titttte flour. On the
15th of Tilly this percentage is to
be increased to 20 per cent in all
of Canada enstjof Port Arthur. The
question then will arise in each
housekeepers mind, what are sub
ttitutes for wheat 11 nir, where can
shey be hak and how are they to
be Jttsed? Substitutes, as defined
by the new law tnclttde bran, com
flour, bran, corn meal, edible corn
starch, hontiny. com grits, bsrley
flour, rolled oats, oat meal, rice,
rice flour, buckwhebt flour, potato
flour, tapioca flour, and rye meal,
Potatoes are also classed a.s a substitute for wheat flout, in proportion of four pounds of potatoes to
one of the othee substitutes mentioned, on account of the higher
percentage of water in potatoes.
A. large numer of millers are ready
with these different flours, and as
soon as the public* demand calls for
then they will ,be distributed thr-
ouhgoi'.t the (trade, and are now
procurrble by dealers,,
llll
.   ,    ..._..-_,.,���,.
* '"���.*rar*"s��*-.-*-T*"^u!
r '"lC- ���^>*Tm**S*.
JcJ ,.--... ;^::r,c::i iWir
���   :c: ���" ���:���<"",.,'   ,:*
,- ���:"������      ���',' v..'.'S     '���'���   -
��� .������   -y   ..:-.,.
ROBT. GRIEVE
Ice Cream
Candies,
Cigars,
Pipes,
Tobacccs
THEED   PEARSE
Barrister uml  Solicitor,   Notary
Public.
Phone 6 Courtenay
NOTICE
Ben. Mooring
General Blacksmith
Beg to announce that he is prepared
to do all kinds of repairs ut moderat
prices.
Horseshoeing a Specialty
ComoxCoOperative
Meat Market
Equipped with Modern Re-*
frigerating plant
Highest Price paid for Beef
and Veal '1
Courtenay  nnd Gurubei'land

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