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Vol. 21—No 61
REVELSTOKE. B.C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, J914
$2.50 Per Year
TOO LAZY OR
TOO IGNORANT
Judge Scores Those Who Ridicule Militia—Employment
of Aliens
That a national mistake has beeu
made by the Canadian I'acitic railway
und other large corporations in Canada in giving employment to aliens
while Uritish subjects were willing to
work, but that Canada had learned
her lesson and that the mistake would
never be repeated, Was the declara -
tion of Judge Forin who presided at
thc session of the county court held
at the court house on Thursday morning. His statement was made when
a number of applications for naturalization came Tjefore him. Of the
eight applications disposed of, six
were from Austrians. In these cases
Judge Forin approved of the applications out deterred granting certifi-
cates of naturalization until he had
communicated with the secretary of
State, as he thought it probable that
the government would not desire to
grant naturalization to subjects of a
power at war .vith the British empire
Nothing made him so tired, said
the judge, as to hear tbe easy chair
clubmnu or socialistic workingman
ridiculing the militia. One was too
lazy and the other too ignorant, he
suid, to do his duty. To the applicants he pointed out that in their
own country the workingman cat
rye bread and was ruled by autocrats
The present, war was u war for the
poor man. Great Britain was lighting despots, lt was the duty of Canadians to stand by the militia and
nut make [un of it, for tbe militia
was protecting the freedom of the
workingman. The judge said that
the empire wanted as subjects those
who were rcudy to tight for it, not
those who would tight against it.
Uritish citizenship meant something.
Hi thought that after this the whole
lace of trade and naturalization
would be changed.
of some of tbe applicants he demanded whether they were willing to
light for Canada, ami the reply was
always that they were. Some of the
men. he said, evidently wished for
naturalisation so that they could
bold their jobs as the Canadian Pacilic railway was dismissing foreigners from its service. It bad beeu a
mistake to employ aliens on a subsidised railway, but lie was not sure
that the right policy hud now been
adopted. The Austrians could not get
1-ack to their own country and if
they could not get work they would
ebecomc a charge on the community.
The application of Guisepe Paradise, Italian, laborer, was passed provided irregularities in his papers arc
corrected.
The application of Jan Karl Ab-
ramson, Dutch, clerk in the Canadian
Pacilic railway superintendent's office
was grunted.
In the case of Demeytcr Hoszowskl,
rancher, Austrian; '.leorge Melnlk,
machinist's helper, Austrian; John
Paulcnczuk, bridgetnan, Austrian;
John Baulenskl, Canadian Pacilic rail
way shops, Qallcian; Lucca Wilgoth,
Austrian, and Andrew Loposnnski,
car inspectors helper, Qallcian, the
applications were granted subject to
thp approval of the secretary of state
TWO HUNDRED
FEET OF FILM
Commercial Class Will
Not be Started This Year
Sentiment of Loyalty to be Inculcated—Rally of School
Children This Term—Prizes Will be Presented for
Exhibits of Work—New School Boundaries—Change
of Hours at High School -Delegates Will Attend
Trustees' Convention at Nelson
NO MORE
VOLUNTEERS
Contingent for Overseas Service  Over   Strength-
Troops Going East
That there shall be no commercial and ths board also decided that all
cluss this yeur was thc decision of children to secure a place In the
the school  board at  its meeting     ou
No more volunteers from Revelstoke
for service abroad with the Canadian
OOntlngent will be given opportunity
to join  the force
BEAR CREEK
HOTEL BURNED
Fire   of   Incendiary   Origin
Building and Contents are
Totally Destroyed
CLAIM FOR
COMPENSATION
Fell into Cellar While Painting
Windows   for    Selkirk
Ho;el   Asks Damages
Wednesday evening. Tbe members of
the board came unanimously to the
conclusion  that  the number of appli
schools this year     must     be present
i
within 14 days of the opening of the
term. Mr, Kenward objected to the
latter proposal, be said that the peo-
I le  paid for the schools and should
cants for admission to the ciaBS did at liberty to Bend their children when
not warrant its inauguration, espec- most convenient. Tbe chairman ob-
ially in view of the present financial  served that children by joining clas
condition.
ses late kept the  other children  back
over strength. Those who have been
accepted at. Kamloops are expected
to pass through the city on Sunday
on their way to Val Cartier where
ths contingent will be mobilized.
Lieut. Brock and those who have
recently joined the Revelstoke coai-
pany, Rocky Mountain Rangers, are
expecting orders to proceed to Kamloops as soon as those accepted for
overseas service leave for the east.
Thc Hear Creek hotel owned by J.
B. Oressmun and Miles Custer, was
burned  to  the     ground  in  the early
lours of  Wednesday  morning.      With     ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^
which is already | ,he ,lote| wm. congumBd tl)e contents   of a cUu'" ,or 8l500' o««Pl«a the at
The case "f Richard ll Ramsaj vs
otto vi. Abrahamson, arbitration un
der the Workman's Compensation act
The achools will reopen ou Monday   and that  it was not reasonable that
and it was decided that the members   the  majority  should      be  delayed  to
Ul the board  shall  be present at  the   suit the convenience of a few parents. j
Selkirk school  to present certificates ;    it  was decided to  notify  E.A.  Hu- '
to those who have passed the eu - lett that he must fulfil his contract city on their annual tour of the dis-
trance examination. ! for      wood  without  delay,   otherwise   trict  to collect  funds for the  main
It was decided to bave a grand ral    the board will recind the contract.        tcnance of t> iage in Westmin-
ly of all the school children of the; Those present were H. Manning, ster. At present the orphanage is
city this tern., probably at the drill chairman, E>. Trimble, W.A. Sturdy, providing tor UU homeless children;
ball. Specimens ot the children's ' A. Kenward and T.E.L. Taylor, sec- the majority of whom have to be
work will      be put ou exhibition and   retary. maintained gratliltou
prizes     will be presented.   A holiday
will be given for the purpose.
The question of inculcating seuti -
ments of loyalty to Canada and tw
the Empire was discussed aud the
board decided that definite training
along such lines should be undertaken
H. Manning, who was ln the chair,
suggested that tbe children be taught
including two pool tables und a stock tentlon "»' ',luh:" Porln * T  the c'nmt>
of groceries.  The only  article saved """'< *'» Thursd:,v.   The plaintifl was
was the cash register.   Several people represented  i,:   W.I.  Briggs snd   the
were asleep  in thc hotel at the time Mendant   by  U.S.   McCarter,     while
and all got out safely although thev C'E' Qlllan appeared for John Ban
had not time to finish dressing.     It 8on    wno Intervened.   Judgment was
is believed that the lire is of ineend- reserv8d.
lary origin. ""'  Contract   had  been   let to   Mr.
' The cook was the first to notice the Abrahamson  for the  construction  of
tire which apparently started on the tne  Selklrlt  ttotel-   Mr.   Samson    was
outside  of  the   building.   There    was l"""""? the  -*'indow Sil8nes ™*   **'
Heavy War Indemnity
Levied on Brussels
I no lire lighting appliance at hand and Ka*ed  l>lai,lti,T to  w"rk  f*,r llim* The
The «*«,    f Providence  ,re In th J "Othlng  could  be  done  to  check    the Ba8h.M  We"   '"'•"■-'   •'■'***t,"J  in  F*   MC"
I he sisters of Providence are in the , Cartv's  "ar-iire  and   while  pmriiireil ivi
blaze.   The  provincial  police  ure  en- "rly s -,rai-'   unu  *wl,'e engagea on
quiring     into the cause of     the fire. ,1,e  work   "lai,,tiR  fel1    down  u  hole
Messrs Cressmau and Custer took ov- lnt0 thf eellur ot     the  &araSe'     to
er the hotel only a month ago. They v'hich Ml ne •*■'"-'■'■"-' "'tain     U>-
ostimate     their loss at   $3500, with iuries ,or '*vllicl1 ne cla,med comPen "
vi:      insurance  in   the      Mercantile Eation-
company of which C. M. Field is   the Mr* Rriin'-  a8ked t0 '" ttllowed t0
Revelstoke representative. amend his PU>"  l" l'"rta'" Particular*
The loss of the hotel will be much which  the J1"1-"  Brontod,   the object-
felt as it was the only stopping place !on o(     Mr*  McCarter,   who   claimed
the
London, Aug. 22—German forces are   arrived  in  England today from      mi- .
to s'ng national songs and that flags   partially   investing  the  foi tided  city I continent say the refugees from Brus-;the store form-rly    occupied    by    A. ...
McKenzie  avenue.   This   ?uar^'1-   His hip nnd knee were hurt
bc  flown  daily  on the schools       and of Namui with a large force which is ' sels are camping on the beach at Os-
properly attended     to.   He proposed operating against it witb heavy artil-   tend.   Many of them had the greatest
that half  an  hour  each  week  be  de- lery.   The city situated at the    con-   difficulty in leaving the capital,      as
voted to the inculcation of knowledge tluence of the Meuse and Sambre riv-   the trains were crowded with wound-
of and  loyalty     to Canadu and the ers is noted for its tenacity in hold -  ed.
Empire.   H  thought that every child ing off an enemy having many times
Ihat  no amendment  could   be allowed
being  recorded  by  the  judge.
j      R.   H.   Ramsay,    tbe      plaintifl,     a
rei      in  the   Painter,   described  bow  he  failed    to
notice the "pen hole in the floor and
The drst  broke out  in the  ruins of   fe" into the c,'llar*    He Baid t!**lt Uu'
light was bad  and  the  hole was un -
in the locality.
TWO   SMALL  FIRES.
Two  ^mall   lires believed  to  be
Incendiary origin     occur
early hours ol yesterday morning,
TACTICS  UNKNOWN.
Hobson  on
vas suppressed by the Ore brigade,
Soon afterwatds another blaze -.vas
discovered In the woodshed of an empty  bouse owned  by  Mrs.  Keltic  ac
and he was taken to the Hospital,
where he remained nine days. He
was away from his work for two
weeks.    After   the   fall   he   felt   pains.
      loss the lane     at the back"of where "u,\ had heen told by doctors thai
bhould  know      "U,    Canada,"      and   withstood for long periods sieges by London,  Aug.  J2.-Very  little    has  the first  fire occurred    This fire   was wa8     ruptured    He attributed  the
should be taught to stand and, if   a   the French and  the  English and    the become     known of the operations of j extinguished  bj   CR.  Macdonald  and n"' u™     t0  *        '   ' .   , *?*,
boy, remove his hat during the sing    Dutch. the early part of the week which put   J.J.  Devine  with  buckets  and  it was »"* ™™°™  ..      „ „   ™ „    ?'
ing Of the  National  unthem.                      Having taken      Brussels,      German the German army between the Belgian | not necessary      to call out the     fire                   l injury,    mi was unable t.
,                                         . , . , .l i   n,      u   ,,•                   Kri™„-i.. ■'"  weights and     Pr.  Hamilton had
Vi.  A.  Sturdy  mentioned that in   a   cavalry and an army  corps of infan- torces and their French allies aud en- i nrieaae.
moving picture theatre recently he, try are reported proceeding westwaia abled the Germans to occupy Brussels
hud seen two or three rows of chil on both banks of tbe Meuse. Whether lt is supposed that the Germans
dren remain seated duriug the Nat it is the intention of the Germans to must have brought up very strong
ional anthem when all adults in the proceed to Antwerp or cut their way forces behind their cavalry screens,
theatre stood. He approved of Mr. through into France is not known, and that a severe battle must huve
Manning's Suggestions. ' "t it is believed that Antwerp at been fought to compel the Belgians to
A. Kenward recommended that the present is their objective, almost 16 abandon Brussels and retire to Ant-
board buy a dag for each class in tho miles northwest of Brussels. Wette- werp. Whether or not the French
school to be used in parades. nan eight  miles southeast  of Ghent, 'forces were engaged with the Belgians
Moving Pictures of Revelstoke
Park to be Shown at
Panama Exhibition
Two hundred feet of photographs
for moving pictures were taken In the
Revelstoke National purk by J. H.
Boothe, assistant general manager
for Canada of thc Mutual Film company, who with F. K. Trautman, of
the Canadian I'acitic railway publicity department, 0, R. Macdonald, secretary of thc board of trade, W. H.
Horobin and Mrs. Boothe, went up
the automobile road on Wednesday, j
The pictures will form n feature of
thc Canadian Pacific railway exhibit
at the Panama exhibition.
Ho delighted were Mr. Trnut.mnn
and Mr. Boothe with the scenery of
the park that il film of photographs
was taken longer  thiuie that taken ln
(Continued oo rage Five)
Mr. Manning proposed the rally   ol has been captured by tbe Prussians,
tbe school children.   He thought that An official despatch issued in Berlin
a procession which would show     the declares    the Baltic free    of    hostile
people of  Revelstoke what their   OW ships.   Austria has called various re-
children looked like would be a good servists to the colors,
idea.                                                           I NAMUR INVESTED.
B.  Trimble  r.?commended that    the Paris, Aug.  22.—An     orticiul state-
l-oard  should be represented at     the ment issued tonight says:     Namur is
school  trustees convention to be held partially invested heavy artillery op-
ln Nelson on Sept.  Hi.   He said that ened fire towards     noon.    The west-
muny  important questions would   be *'ard movement of the German col -
under discussion  and on his sugges - minis continues on both banks of the
tion the chairman and T.E.L. Taylor Meuse outside the range of action at
secretary,      were appointed delegates Namur.   German cavalry forces puss-
to represent the bourd.   Mr. Manning td through Brussels today going west
said that it should  be urged at   the ward.   They were followed     luter by
convention  that     government grants an army corps,
be paid according to the number     of WAR TAX ON  BRUSSELS,
children being educated instead  of on A  war tax  of  840,000,000 has been
the basis of the number of teachers, levied on the city of Brussels hy the
The  present scheme  was unjust     to German  general.   The retreat of    the
Revelstoke.                                             . F.elgians continued toduy without in-
Mr.   Sturdy    advocated  Revelstoke cident.
as the place for the convention    next LOAN TO BELGIUM,
year.    He   said   that   Revelstoke    wus London,    Aug.  "2.  — Great Britain
the best  convention     city  in  British bas decided  to  make  a loan  to   Bel-
Columbia, gium of lo.OOO.iHKl j-ounds sterling.
J. N. Paterson,    principal of   the prorogues tonight.
high school     wrote on behalf of    the Ottawa,  Aug.  22.—Parliament    will
stall recommending u change in     the prorogue on  Saturday night.
Lours of study.   He advocated begin- ASKS    EXPLANATION,
ning work at 9 a.m. with two 10 min- London, Aug. 22.—The Rome corres-
ute intervals, one and one half hours pondent of the     Exchunge Telegraph
for lunch and dismiss at 3:3b during company wires.   Italy bas asked for
the
is not known.
HOLLAND    NEUTRAL.
Puris, Aug. 22.—In view of the up-
pearancc of Germans on the southern
frontier it is understood that Holland has renewed ber declaration of
neautrality to Paris und London.
SERVIAN  VICTORY.
Rome, Aug. 22., via Paris—The
newspapers print the following despatch" dated Nish, Servia, Aug. 21:—
brigade
NEW TEACHERS
HAVE ABILITY
Six New Teachers Join Staff
Have   Had   Successful
Careers   Graduates
Six new teachers will preside over
classes at the public and high schools
this term nnd the school board believes thut it bas been successful in
securing teachers of
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The     principalship     of the Selkirk   IVTflJ^. hi™ l.° "aVe .bT cl0B*
recomn ended an operation.
To Mr. Mci'Lrti: be said ethal he
lived on bis ranch and worked at his
trade whenever there was anything to
do. He had tried to pitch hay but
could not manage it. He had bad
no medical treatment since lust January. He had his pipe ic hiB mouth
when he fell. He did not tell Samson that he was filling his pipe at
the time he fell but he might bave
said that he was rubbering at the
girders of the building. He was not
looking .it tbe 'loor. He bad measured the Selkirk hot! ■ .und it 40
feet   I inches high.
To Mr. Gillun he said that he could
"   not say whether he had started work
exceptional  ifwr ^^  whM  hp fel)     ft ^ no{.
The general Btafl announces the school will be assumed by John S. ° r* "°le by 2*"' feet ou h'8 wray to
complete victory of thc Serbs in a I Ross, Mr. Ross, who is '18 years of
four days battle near Losnitza. Ai\s- | age and married, is a graduate ln
trians to the number of 1(0,000!arts of Dulhousie university nnd bus
fought an equal number ol Serbs. The academic certificates. He tuught suc-
losses on both sides were enormous, cessfully for several yeurs in Eastern
The victors captured great booty and | Canada and at thc last cxtrance ex
several thousand prisoners.
PRE-EMPTORS ON
ACTIVE SERVICE
Absence  Will  Not  Invalidate
Title to Lands—Official
Notice
Pre-emptors  who desire to go     on i
active service can  do so without  in-
whole  year.   At    present  from   a   friendly  explanation  from   Austria   validating their title to their precm-
August  to October and from March    regarding the landing of a large ship-   ptions, R. Gordon, government agent,
to June school begins at 9 a.m. witb   ment of Austrian arms ut Medua, an  has  received  thc  following  telegram [excellent
animation in British Columbia five
i ut of seven of his pupils passed, in
spite of tbe fact that tt wus necessary
for him to tench thc whole year's
work in six months.
Dalton L. Twiss will be vice-principal of the Selkirk school. Mr.
Twiss who Is 16 years of age Is a
bachelor of arts of McMnster university and has hud experience both us
a high school and university teucher.
At TilNonberg, Ont, he haa charge cf
the classes in mathematics and he is
a  nuulitt'il  cadet   instructor.
The  vice  principal  of
school will he Angus A. Ross, M.  A ,
who taught  lust  year  ln  Vancouver,
high       school,       where       be       did
work,        the       school
un intermission of 15 minutes and an-   Albanian seaport on  August lo. The   on the subject from R.A. Renwlck de-1 securing    the best    record      ln      its
other of 10 minutes, one and one half   Servian  minister  who protested     to   puty minister of lands: i history.   He   is a   grnduate   of   Aber-
hours for lunch and dismiss at 3:45.   Italy alleged that the Austrians were]    "I  am  directed   by  thc  honorable,   deen university and passed the exam-
I' rom November to the end of rtbru- arming the Albanians against Servia. the minister     of lands to advise you
ary school starts     at 9:30, with one GERMAN PRISONERS that thc executive council hus decid-
intermiBsion of 10 minutes, one   and Paris, Aug. 22.—A despatch to the ed that all pre-emptors who ure mem-
< ne half hours for lunch and dismiss Havas Agency from Dunkirk, France, bers of thc militia, naval volunteers,
at 8:16. says:— reservists  or  who  have   volunteered
Mr.  Paterson     suid that  the    new A train bearing I.imki Oermun pris- for active service may bc given leave
plan  would  ,<ive the same time    for oners guarded by Belgian soldiers ar- of absence from   their    pre-emptions
school work and     would    enable the lived  nere today.   The Belgians with upon application for the time     they
work to be better planned.   The sug- their captives embarked on a French may remain in active service provid-
gested     arrangement  is   in  force  in steamer which sailed for an unnamed ed, however,  that such leave of   ab-
Victor,ia,      Nelsou      and    other high port.   Other  trains    carrying     other sence shall  not.     be extended for    a
schools. prisoners were following.                      (greater period  than one year.     You'successfully at Field.%
The board approved the change and AMBASSADORS CONFERENCE are hereby authorized to grant leave
will submit it for the approbation of Rome, Aug. 22.—The Italian ambas- of  this nature  to  pre-emptors  wlth-
the department of education. sudors to Great Britain, France, Rus- out fee upon being satisfied that tbey
John Samson gave evidence as to
his conversation with plaintifl. Hi
Faid that there s>as plenty of light
round the hole.
Dr. J. H. Hamilton testified as to
plaintiff's injury It could have been
mused by a fall. The cost of an op-
i ration for the herniu would be from
MOo to nas
(i.   S    McCarter  in  opening the de-
leinv   loi '••:..ie,!  that  plaintifl was not
intitb',1 to succeed In that the injury
did nor   iliac  out   Of  bis employment
He  was  away  fiom  where  he  should
have been.    He was also out of court
because his  injury  was  attributed  to
his  own  serie.us  neglect     To  succeed
under the     -eorkmen'i Conp<ensatlon
net  the  bull.ling  on      which  plaintifl
was employed in'ist be over  I"   feet
the Central   ^fh uf  U)p nmt, (|f )njury
W. H Wallace. architect. swore
that he nad measured the Selkirk hotel and found it 4o feet li inches to
the sidewalk It was *H inches from
thc sidewalk to the top of the foundation. The building Was M feet
t*j in-hes above the sidewalk un the
day of tbe accident.
F. McCarty mil O.W. Abruhninson
tfstiried       that       the       garage wus
Inations  of tbe     Averdeen    Training
centre for teachers.
Three lady teachers will also Join
the stall. Miss Mable M. Morrow,
who has taught with much success at
Victoria     nnd     Nelson.    Miss Clare       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Fraser.   well   known  and  popular    In    i S 3 8H BUHli !M' ■ .IC S DUB
(Continued on Page Five)
Revelstoke, who bus been teaching In g
Rossland,    and  Miss  Tamils  Patrick. ■
also formerly a popular resident    of pi
Revelstoke     who has   been teaching §)
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Revelstoke    Agricultural   associatiou, "S Competition. (g
The principals of the public schools  sia, Austria and Germany today had  are entitled to same without further  lias received a  letter  from  the Mere- fl ■
recommended  a   new  division  of  ter-   a conference     with     Marquis Dl San   reference to  this department but re-  tary of the British Columbia Agricul- fl GET IT AT fl
iltory  between the two schools, par-   Giuliano the Italian war minister.      ( porting the grunting of such leave to  tural association, notifying him that fl " THE Sl'GAR BOWL'' fl.
tlculars of  which  are published elsewhere   The  suggestion  was adopted
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Agents for Consumers' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
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the Austro-Servlan frontier. Mobilized at Bpithead for review by the king
last month, men and shlpn are ul)
funnel and in lighting trim.
Among the old acquaintances which
Britain's sailor king found on board
(he flagship, the Iron Duke, was the
commander of the home fleets, Admiral Sir Oeorge Astley Oallaghan,
K.l'.lt. An Irishman of the old lighting breed, the man on whom the British nation now relics in the hour of
danger in known throughout the navy
as a brilliant officer. He was naval
A.D.i'. in the late king, whose jtnlg-
menl regarding men seldom erred.
Kdward VII, funned a very high opinion nf his character and capabilities
as a naval officer. Oallaghan was one
Of the men spotted by Kdward VII,
as a coming man. He bas worked bis
way up by sheer merit to his present
responsible position, and is a general
favorite  In  the senior service.
As admiral of the home fleets, ho
has command of several Meets, anil
his command bestows upon him tbe
1 lue ribbon of the naval profession.
His salary is £1,825 a year augmented by table money, which is not
a big salary, when compared with thp
"plums" in other walks of life. His
term of appointment will expire in
December, by which time history will
I ave been made. The strong point in
his favor is that he belongs to no
clique, and in this respect sets an admirable precedent,  which enables him
to keep tbe navy out of political controversy.
Admiral Sir (ieorge Oallaghan
Speaks Hindustani like a native and
knows every branch of the trade Irom
gun-efficiency to sea-plan lighting. He
lirst saw the light, in t'ork, sixty-
three years ago. and bas tilled several   important    commands, including
the Mediterranean. In the lloxer
trouble of LOOO he .commanded the
licit isb naval brigade iii the march to
l'ekin,  and      was  mentioned  in      dis-
i patches,
The flagship of the home fleets, on
which Vdmiral Sir (ieorge Oallaghan
Hies his pennant, is the Iron Duke.
This warship is one of tbe latest
super dreadnoughts and was commissioned for the flrsl time only a few
months ago, She is W.000 tons, carries   I en IS..1  and   twelve  li-ineb   guns.
The entire fleets under bis command
nui<jber two hundred ships all told in-
cludlng .ifty-iive battleships of dreadnought and pre dreadnought ty*pos,
four battle-cruisers, twenty-seven
cruisers, twenty-eight light cruisers,
sevent \ eight torpedo-bpat destroyers
and other auxiliary vessels.   In nddi-
i  the fleets have a huge number of
sea planes and airships, which will
doubtless play a spectacular and useful part iu any engagements that
may   take  place
In the lighting turret, of the Iron
Duke Admiral Oallaghan occupies the
post of danger and honor, and it is
no exaggeration to say that his mysterious departure from Portland With
lis lighting seadogS, and the glamor
of uncertainty as to his objective,
make him at this juncture tlio man of
the hour.
St. John's Ambulance
Society in Revelstoke
A branch of tbe St. John's Ambulance association is being formed in
Revelstoke and it is expected that
many will he glad to take advantage
of this opportunity to acquire or receive knowledge of first aid work. Besides being a moBt interesting study
this may prove of great value should
the war continue for any length of
time. Dr. Campbell has agreed to
lecture and .Miss Matbeson and others
.if the hospital stall bave promised
their assistance. No qualification
is necessary for membership and the
i lass is open for all, young and old,
men and women Meetings will prob-
ably be held at the Y.M.C.A. by permission of the directors. The date
end time of the first meeting will be
given later and all those interested
are invited tee attend, when thej can
obtain information as to classes and
C. S. Craddock Guest at
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it  records the pioneer work     among
the Canadian Alps from IIKV* tn
1912. Mr. I'almer has been at pains
to ascertain the height of the principal mountains, and the remarkable
geological formations exhibited by
the Selkirks as compared with their
near neighbors, the Rockies.
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KOOTENAY LODGE, No. 15 A.F.
and A. M.
Regular Meetings are hold in
New Masonic Hall on tlio Fourth
Monday In each mouth at 8 p.m.
Viuitlng brethren ure cordiully
■welcome.
WALTER BEWS,  W. M.
ROBT.    GORDON,   Secretary.
C. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp No. 229
Mecta Second and Fourth
Monday iu each month in
Selkirk Hall Visiting Woodmen are cordially invited to
attend.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  CC.
H.    W.  EDWARDS,  Clerk.
COURT    MT,    BEGB1E NO.  3461
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in St. Francis Lodge Room
every Second and Fourth Monday
ln  month.     Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.       '
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SELKIRK LODGE No.  12
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Meets every Thursday  evening in
Selkirk Hall at S o'clock.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.
A. G. DI'C'K, tt, G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Mceta every Wednesday
evening at •-<;., in Selkirk
Hall. Visiting brothers
cordially invited.
H. KBMPSTER, C. C.
■ .—,— 1 1
Kevelstoke Lodge
No. 1086
LOYAL  ORDER
or MOOSE
Meets every  second
ami Fourth Tuesday
in  the Selkirk Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordiully invited.
Dr. BtoLEAN, Die.   ILL. HAUG, Sec.
JOHN LEE
LADIES TAILOR
—Dealer in -
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THINGS.
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Front Street Lower Town
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
ior the bush. I make »
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vonr business.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -   Night Phone85
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WESTERN flOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
New   Denver   will   hold n  lair
October 1-2.
upon
Great Britain Imports yearly food
worth si,.'1T5,00O,0<X)..
War will he declared in a few days
upon grouse and deer.
The war has stopped the annual
tiower show In Rosaltind.
A 12 stall round house ih being
built at Rupe,
Iu spite of the war Umberger cheese
is still holding its own.
Win. BlalT will open a general store
at Soda creek,
Dick   Case   ol      Oroville   Is   out   fur
sherlfl of that dlstriot.
Kaslo will not build any cement
sidewalks  this  year.
This ims beeu a record year tor
weddings ln Hazelton.
A new electric lighl. plant. Is being
huilt at New  Denver.
There are IflOO men making Ross
1 illes at tbe gun factory  In Quebec.
Silver ore is being shipped from
Bablne lake to the Tacoina smelter.
Harry Howson is manage!' of the
Fiddler mine up the Skeena river.
This summer thc best hay crop on
record was cut in the Chilcotin district.
Fifty special refrigerator cars have
been ordered to carry lish east from
Prince Rupert.
Wong Gone was fined 875 for keeping an opium joint in Rossland.
Henry DeLesprinasse of Grand
Forks has gone to France to Join the
army. I
The winter poultry show will be
held in Grand Forks on November
26 and 26.
Prohibit the export of meat and
cattle and living will soon be cheaper
in Canada.
Angus Stewart will have charge of
the work of thc P.G.E. railway at
Soda Creek.
Tbe fish hatchery at Gerrard is fully protected by a large fieet of stone
hoats.
Bight leasing contracts upon the
old Republic mine at Republic, have
been  granted.
Many people are leaving Peace River Crossing. The rush was too big
and too soon.
In B. C. last year bounties were
paid on .**>•> golden eagles, 2*12 cougars
277 wolves, and 1018 coyotes.
The times are panicky and the people full of fear. Even delinquent subscribers arc afraid to pay for the
paper.
A pack train between Dease lake
and Telegraph creek was recently held
up by road agents and robbed of
$l,imid worth of gold dust.
There are l->0n men working day
snd ni-»ht at the big C. P. R. tunnel
in the Selkirk mountains. The tunnel
will cost $10,000,000,
A. Frye has bought a store in Curlew from George Thomas. He also
owns SO million feet of timber near
Curlew and will build a sawmill.
A number of Jewish capitalists of
Nova Scotia have invested 876,000 in
land and cattle at Republic, Wash.,
and  will establish a  Jewish colony.
The sale of gun licenses In British
Columbia last year brought the government $'.i'J,2'J5. The tines for breeches of the game act amounted to over
$4,000.
In Kootenay, the Bluebell, Rambler
Standard and other mines are tern -
porarily closed down until the smelters can handle their ore.
Mike Ryan ' died in Sandon last
week. His health had not been good
since he was injured in a railway accident at Rosebery about a year ago.
The Vernon News was shown a
specimen of remarkably fine coal this
week, taken from the claima at
Shorts' Point. S. C. Smith who is
one of the principal owners of thia
property ia greatly pleased with the
prospects, and tins every hope that
the 3t. Catherines syndicate who are
having a report made by Jas. Mc-
Evoy, the well known Ontario geologist, will take hold of the claims
and develop them into a producing
mine.
TAX SALE
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
NOTICE in hereby given that I Will sell by pulilic auction the land or
Improvements or real property in the Municipality of the City of Rovel-
stoke, li. c, given In the schedule hereunder, (or delinquent taxes and
subsequent taxes, on Monday the 14th day of Septemhor, 1914, at thc
hour of 12 o'clock noon, iu the City Hall, Hevelstoke, B.C.,, uuIcbb the
arrears of taxes, interest and costs  are sooner paid:
Description
WesM d (Inner
B
636a
636a
636 a
636a
636a
636a
636b
636b
636D
636b
636k
536 k.
636B
636k.
536k
536
636
636
2    636
2    636
636
636 a
636a
636c
636
Beasley, Mrs. M.E 20 22
Nam Sing     6 27
McLeod, John   9 27
McLeod,   John   10 27
Lewis, F.  11 15 28
Lewis, F.  B 16 28
Coughlin, Mrs. H.H, ...  1 39
Coughlin,  Mrs.  H.E.   ...   2 39
Osborne,    Mrs,   W.H.   ...  2 42
Stacey,    Mrs.  K   2 44
blrrlanni,  Pete   5 101
Twauzuk, Majk    4 104
D'Arcangelo, Ci. & F. ...  1 107
D'Arcangelo,   F    2 107
Wilkes,  0.   J 12 2
McMahon,   Sam     1 4
McMahon,    Sam     2 4
Smith,    Robert      8 4
Turnross,   Chas    11 11
Turnross,  Chas 12 11
Hansen, Mrs. C. E. tE 77-201
 24 16
Ross,  Mrs.   Jane    24 17
Ross,  Mrs.   Jane  25 17
Interior  Pubg.  Co   14 25
Barraclough,   E  2 99
Barraclough,    E   3 99
Brown, Wm   1 2
Brown, Wm    2 2
Wah  Chung     7 3
Caley, Robert  14 5
Caley, Robert  15 5
Caley,   Mrs    John    16 5
Caley,  Mrs.  John   17 5
Caley,  Mrs.   John   18 5
Doll,    L.  H   3 7
Johnson, August, estate  7 7
Johnson, August, estute  8 7
Johnson, August, estate  9 7
Peterson,    P. A    1 7
Wah    Chung    4 8
I'errin, Mrs.  Jules    7 8
Perrin.  Mrs.  Jules    8 8
Koussell,    Thomas   14 8
Field, Chas. M   6 9
Field,   Chas.   M   7 9
Jamieson,   Addie  Mrs...   1 10
Jamieson, Addie Mrs....  2 10
Wah Chung    6 10
Wah Chung     7 10
Wah Chung    8 10
Wah Chung    9 10
Turnross, Chas    1 11
Wah  Chung Bing    6 11
Wah Chung Bing    7 11
Wah    Chung Bing  8 11
Stone,J.A.(Lawson,B.A.   1 12
Elson,  Mrs.  Wm   6 14
Lewis.  F.  B   5 16
Morgan, Joseph    9 18
Edwards,  N.  T   7 19
Edwards,    Mrs.   Addie..  8 19
McMahon,   Mrs.   H    3 41
.McMahon, Sam    4 41
Anderson,  John Estate.  8 41
(ribbons,  Rand      2 44
Gibbons,   Rand        3 44
Johnson, Arthur     1 48
Johnson, Arthur     2 48
Johnson, Mrs. Arthur....  3 48
Johnson,  Mrs.  Arthur...  4 48
Johnson,  Mrs. Arthur...  5 48
Johnson, Mrs.  Arthur...  6 48
Bradley,  Mrs. Mae     1 49
Bradley,   Mra.   Mae      2 49
Bradley, Mrs. Mae    3 49
Bradley, Mrs. Mae    4 49
Bradley,  E.   A 12 49
Lund, M.W., Agent     7 55
Lund, M.W., Aeent     8 55
Lund, M.W., Agent    9 55
Lund, M.W., Agent  10 55
Dcvine.   J.   J   7 56
Devine,  J.  J  8 56
Dated this FourJ.li Day of August,   1914
2 636
Govt, plan
3 by Deville
3
3
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3
3
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Govt. Plan
3by Deville
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Taxi s io Di c,
Si, llllll, ami
lllllllhl   to
Lute ol Sale
114.44
82.41
98.57
49.99
46.47
111.23
67.30
139.88
68.46
90.33
48.67
8.37
53.71
42.01
158.54
165.76
100.34
104.36
19.56
23.18
136.80
47.62
71.88
202.18
153.04
116.96
Costs  1,
anil Kx-
|ieli6is .
96.90
104.50
213.10
34.90
35.00
106.95
42.31
42.32
43.07
32.34
40.04
30.00
32.74
102.79
44.29
72.86
42.61
36.89
32.64
88.47
32.64
70.79
44.57
109.79
209.17
135.48
72.05
68.23
42.06
74.68
56.39
65.71
42.30
66.51
29.77
126.17
61.38
42.20
65.39
166.71
67.61
62.46
61.69
163.76
62.47
57.61
91.88
273.48
86.89
86.89
74.37
55.93
55.93
55.93
59.60
50.56
53.08
7.04
5.63
6.34
4.21
4.04
6.88
4.87
7.94
5.11
5.78
4.20
2.38
4.45
3.94
8.98
9.28
6.40
6.58
2.89
3.06
8.22
4.10
5.16
10.87
8.57
7.36
6.30
6.50
11.05
3.55
3.56
6.70
3.90
3.90
3.95
3.45
3.85
3.35
3.50
4.95
3.90
5.20
3.95
3.60
3.45
5.90
3.45
5.00
3.90
6.70
10.85
11.20
5.05
4.90
3.80
5.10
4.50
4.90
3.85
5.05
3.30
7.55
4
3
4
9
4
4
4
70
95
.33
.98
.75
.75
9.19
4.75
4.98
5.91
13.77
5.79
5.79
5.21
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.77
4.31
4.44
121.48
88.04
104.91
54.20
50.51
118.11
72.17
147.82
73.57
96.11
52.87
10.75
58.16
45.95
167.52
175.04
106.74
110.94
22.45
26.24
145.02
51.72
77.04
213.05
161.61
124.32
103.20
111.00
224.15
38.45
38.56
113.65
46.21
46.22
47.02
35.79
43.89
33.35
36.24
107.74
48.19
78.06
46.56
40.49
36.09
94.3T
36.09
75.79
48.47
116.49
220.02
146.68
77.10
73.13
45.86
79.78
60.89
70.61
46.15
71.56
33.07
133.72
66.08
46.15
70.27
176.04
72.59
67.21
66.44
172.95
67.22
72.59
97.79
287.25
92.68
92.68
79.58
60.48
60.48
60.48
64.37
54.87
57.52
W.  A.  GORDON,  Collector.
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MINING.
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights oJ the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
terta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province o! Utitish Columbia, may be issued for r. term ot
twenty-one years at an annual rent
i.l of >1 ."in acre. Not more than
2,600 icres will he leased to one applicant.
Application for lease .mist be made
by the applicant in person to tho
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include thc coul min-
Ing rights only, but the lessee may
be permitted te.   purchase   whatever
available   surface   rights iii.iv   be  con-
eidere.l m lesaarj (or the working   of
the  mine  at  the   rate  of   Si".00    an.
acre.
In surveyed territory the lar.,1 must
be described by sections, or legal,
subdivisions of sections, and in un-
survi'Vid territory the tract applied,
for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must be accompanied b>   I  I'''1 of |S  which  will    be refunded   if the  rights  applied  for   are
.not available, but   not otherwise.   A.
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royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the-
iate of rive cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ot
merchantable coal mined and pay the
royalty thereon If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full int.'rmntion application
should be made to th- Secretary of
the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent:
of Dominion Lands.
W.  W. CORY. PAGE  FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST '2'2,1914.
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uses -^T.riO,
'hi prospecting notices $7.50.
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Water  Application Notlcos,    up   to
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The Observer with this issue. Tbo
change is nut due to any business
"yellow streak," but rather to the
fact thai dining the past nine num
ths we have refrained from drawing
in, expecting that business would
"pick up." After being up against it
for nine months, it would be folly for
us to continue getting out a large
i aper while the present depression exists. Vie sincerely hope and honestly
expect that things will not get any
worse than they now are, Salmon
Arm Observer,
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3nterior flMibltsbtng Company
E,  G.  ROOKE,  Manager ami Editor.
-■ VTURDAY,  AUGUST 22,1914.
TRUE TO THEIR  SALT,
I One thousand dollars, considered as
ii Mini, is a small amount so far as
monej donated for war is reckoned,
Hut, nevertheless, the sum is in ln
verse proportion to the spirit which
'dictated the giving, The Blood Indians bj their olfer have not only die
i Inj 'ei    their loyalty    to Hie'  Bmpil'i .
imi have further given expression to
th. benignity of Uritish rule, Hi' it
in any portion of our realm, where
I'1 Iton bi s ousted its original holders
.rn'   ms never been on the part   of
these  BtlJ   cause      fur      regret.      The
wbole-bearted ofler uf the'Hedmen is
I only  an   instance  and   isa   testimony
to  British  justice anil  fair  play.    The
Indians   huve   shown   themselves   true
I to their salt.    When  we can raise tlfis
i
spirit,       amongst    those  who  though
, with  us,   are  itot   of  us,   we  can  with
no  idle  boast  call  ourselves  true em-
pile builders.—Lethbrldge Herald.
MacKenzie, Sunday services:— Low
Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school for thc children at 2:30 p.m.,
I'.enodlctlon and Rosary ut 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday -l to 6 and 7:*lo
to 0 p.m. and Sunday morning 7:30
to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
Muss. First Fridays*—Mass at 8 a.
m, Benediction and Rosary at 7:llil
p.  m.
CHURCH OF ENUI.AND.
St. Peter's, Second Sr.., Rev. C. A.
Procunier, rector. Eleventh Sunday
after Trinity. The following are the
services:—8 a, m., Holy Communion;
ii a.m., Morning Prayer and Special
Litany, authorized by Bishop dm ing
time of war; 7:110 p. ,„., Evensong,
Sutfday school at 2:30 p.m.
METHODIST.
Methodlsl   church,    McKenzie Ave.,
pastor, Rev. Lashley Hall.    Sunday
Services are  held  as  follows:—11   a.in.
Sermon preceded by live minute ad •
dress to juniors; 7:110 p.m., Summer
Vesper services: 2:110 p.m. Sunday
school and Bible classes. You will be
welcomed at any or all of the services.
Our Roughing
is meeting with big
success. Our customers are satisfied.
Just what they have
been wanting.
Everything returned
already to iron, flat
pieces  all  ironed.
Give us a trial and
be convinced
Only   35c a dozen.
R EVELSTOK E
STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 342
A PUBLIC DUTY
The spontaneous formation  by  the
ladles     eif     Hevclstoke   uf   a        relief
elety is much to be commended,
.■ml tin. society deserves ull possible
support.
While it is t.i be hoped that the war
will be of short duration, it is not
improbable that those who leave
Canada fur the front will be separated from their relatives for several
months, .uni it is the duty of those
who remain :.. see that nu dependant
of any who may leave for active service shall sutler Want or hardship
during the .ibs,iu f the breadwinner.
The !.iiiies of Revelstoke who have
with laudable jiublic spirit joined in
the formation of a relief society will
perform a patriotic service, and they
v. ill ti.. doubt be bound by no nar-
iow restrictions In Un- performance uf
their   'Pities.    The   wives   and   children
d    other    dependants ol    aoldlera,
whether      members      uf the Canadian
• t--  Rervtng  :.t   the  front, Uritish  reservists    called i > the   -ee
ie militia on duty In tin- Do
minion,   ■!  reservists    called t,. the
tine ranks of any uf the nations
tilled with Great  Britain should     be
their e,,re.   And ,  generous  respouse
■  auy  call  that  tbe
telle! society may dnd it necessarj tu
.f  Kevelstoke.
FROM THE  SANCilMS
I 	
■ 'iK.V GENERALS
md naval authorities
'    ' ■ Poi "*.l
idmlrals
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• •!.   H iar them     talk,     and
lid     wm
empire's H raid.
AT   THE  THEATKES
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
On Sunday the regular services will
I e held at I 1 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. In
the morning the subject will  be "The
("Glory of Strength," and in the evsn-
ing, "Living in Delusion." Sunday
school and Hible classes at 2:30 p n,.
Strangers and  visitors     will be \v» 1-
i come.
At the Theatres At the theatres:
Tonight at the Empress a two part
comedy "Llmberger and Schweitzer"
will be shown as well as "A Drama
from thc Ashes" aud "A Prince for a
Day."
(In .Monday the' feature picture will
be an all star east "The Merchant of
Venice," with it. will be shown a two
part picture "Cast Adrift in the
South Si'.is," "His Servant," "1'apas
Boy."
(in Tuesday will be seen another
prodfetion of the Famous Players in
"Pride of Jennico," a dramatic content e.f hearts and swords, in four
parts, as well as "I'olidor and the
l.ions,"  a  great foreign  picture.
Tu refute in uld adage, ,,n next
Monday evening, Aug. _'4, at the Optra bouse, the management will Introduce m \damless musical show.
The   idea   originated   in   the     brain   of
Miss Grace M. Russell, herself,, pioneer in the art of entertaining.     She
i- collected a bevy of pretty,   fresh,
.."iiiiL' girls to whom she bas Impart'
ei hei  Ideas, consumating in a clever
show  which  she style's  the Grace  M
liussell   Merry   Minstrel   Mauls.      The
program   which  they  will oiler on the
i n of then- inst appearance hem
presents a sparkling array  of novelties  which  runs the  gamut  from all-
girl minstrel  first  part,  presided over
v Miss i'.ussell :n the capacity of m-
■ ei,   t,,  ;!.,•   ;,: esental    i  e>f the
newest  of classic   l.e -nersed
veral   pretty   musical   oddities
npany     ■>!
Minstrel   Maids   will   mark
.•n innovation  u
ers inter-
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Scheme to Reclaim
Fifty Thousand Hers
T. J. Wadman, Dominion lands
agent, left yesterday for Golden,
where he will meet T.H. Dunn, Dominion reclamation engineer, Bj L.
.Swan, Dominion government hydraul
ic engineer, and Mr. Mitchell engineer
for the  McKay   Reclamation  company
They will inspect thc territory between Golden and Spillamachene,
where it is proposed to drain 50,li()0
acres of land. The work Will be undertaken by the reclamation company
Mr. Wadman representing the lands
branch of the department of the In-
terior will inspect homesteads now
submerged which will be drained by
the reclamation scheme.
Rich Ore Struck
on Chance Fraction
DOMINION
EXHIBITION
Victoria, B. C.
Sept. 21 to 26, 1914
Exceptional! Hash Prizes in all
competitions, a list of which,
containing all Information will
he forwaraed'.on application.
Hall Fare Rates over C. P. R.
lines from as far Hast as INirt
Aitliur. particulars of which
may lie obtained from any 0, P.
K. Agent.
Do not miss this splendid opportunity of seeing; the Pacilic
Coast, as well as winning honors
with your stock and other entries in the National Show
Special contractions
Horse Knees Daily for .Seven
Days.
Display ul* Iluiseiiiansliip. etc.,
by specially selected corps ol
Royal Northwest Mounted
Police.
illst Highlanders' Hand of
Hamilton, Out., ami other high-
class musical organisations.
Bronco Busting and Wild
Horse Racing Daily.
Polo Tournament for Norths
west Championship.
Horse show sessions every
evening,
Stock Parades D.iily.
Full details furnished by mall
from offices of B. C. Agricultural Association.
TOMORROWS SERVICES
PAPER REDUCED. THOLIC
W'       ■ •   n.e     upoli  ' • -    '        make
whatever for tbe change in form   of   t.nd Fifth street, Pastor
Negligee Shirts
and
Straw Hats
SEASONABLE GOODS
We have them both in
abundance
McKinnon & Sutherland
First Street Revelstoke, B.C.
Samples nt high     grade silver-told
ores are on exhibition at Macdonald's
drag      store.   The  samples  are  from1
the Chance fraction and Chance min
Ing  claims,  situate  on  Brown
near Trout  Lake city.    These samples i
are particularly rich iu silver and are
imong  the  richest  produced  in     the,
district,   nver 500 feet of work   has •
■i'e, a  tin.-  propert;
the ore body lias   been
■   •  •   end   of the     177
•   .-:..<■■.     is No. .
ll    ' high   values
David   Morgan    is
in cha: - .'.ns the
it        in   the   pt
Mr    M - :n r
ng ir.  India foi  '.'■
n
ITTEMP1
blow ■ r iiRinr,,-:.
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Icinlty of the
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eyed    :;.sncs.   All that
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•e Bernard Shaw  Is one ol tl i
few  vegetarians      who  have ren
<I !•■  ''. the f:iith, ami   in   B   I <i>  let.
i   woman.   I tpi  iaCl Ing   bei   for
'.•linst      the    ■ Igrei t«  when
She   still   ate  meat.,   Mr,   .-Ihnw  said
■ The lack '.f lugir     prevs u    ni(
,<.' i iii the tiger
and ravening beast, but whet    would
you   ladies   he   called   If.   for  .■,ample,
the  lamb  chop hud ii   voir      Inmlnii
Opinion,
&
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Advice about  Stomach Trouble*
and how to relieve them.
tion,  for it
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evidence of our foith In t it< m, mt nnk
j uu i" try lh< m it out rli I; If ihi*y
do not ilve entire wti faetloni we
will return the mom y yon paid u»
wit hou I (juration >>r formality. Thm
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Vou eon buy Rwoll l*> prp^Hfi Tahlcte
in tin.- eomrouoity only at our oturc;
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-ie SATURDAY,  AUGUST  '22,1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAG'S FIVE'
YUKON HEARS
BUGLE CALL
Minister of Public Works t auk
from Dawson   Tells of
Patriotic Outburst
"My concept ion of tbe meaning ol
thc word Yukon wan broadened during my vinlt to the Yukon country. I
was in White Home when news cume
thut Great Britain was at war with
Germany, and the responpive outburst
nf patriotism amongst the people
there, removed though they were hy
vast distances of ninny thousands of
miles, was instantaneous as un olcct-
lio flash, Minns, whose thoughts the
moment before were solely concerned
with the matter ol gold, threw aside
their daily  routine and expressed      a
desire to volunteer,   it was very   in-
tpirlng.  When i pri eded to Dawson
I found that the whole populace was
talking, not of the consequences ol
the terrible war, bul ol what could
i e done to help Britain."
These observations wen made by
the Hon. Thomas Taylor, minister of
I uhlie works, who unexpectedly returned to Victoria Irom a lengthy
trip north, which reached as far as
Dawson, the capital of the Yukon. It
had been the intention of the minis
tor, on returning to Prince Rupert to
proceed east over the line of the
Grand Trunk Pacific to Prince (ieorge
On reaching the Pacific terminus of
the railway, however, be was informed that some truck trouble east of
Smithers would render the time of
Ihe trip somewhat problematical, nnd
the minister decided to come on to
Victoria.
"1 had an exceptionally interesting
trip," suid Mr. Taylor. "The weather was delightful all the time, nnd
we were ihle to view the country un-
•ier the most favorable uuspices. Conditions seemed to he quit.? normal,
line is very much impressed with the
fact that the day of the individual
.inner has passed in the Yukon country, made famous the world over by
the Klondyke rush in l-~'.'7. Most of
the placer mining on any large scale
is now in the hands of thc big companies, and the aggregate number of
miners employed in the camps is, of
course, smaller thun wus the ense
when every man wus out ou his own
hook. Then again the employment of
modern methods of mining tins had
the effect of further curtailing the
i.umber of men employed. I wus told
thnt some good quartz properties
were being opened up and that the
Yukon might have a future as a
ljuartz   is well as a placer country.
"From the reportB which reached
me, I gathered thut the much-vaunted
Shushaana camp is turning out very
much of u fizzle. Large numbers of
prospectors nnd miners were induced
to go into thc country by the flattering reports which had been circulated
hy unscrupulous persons, some of
them now find themselves in an nn-
fortunate plight in consequence.
:'At Skacway and other points 1
found much interest being taken in
the progress of the Alaskan railway
■nterprise. While, as at present outlined, the plan is one which applies
only to United States territory, the
feeling seemed universal that such a
railway could not hut have the most
salutary effect upon the whole of the
northern country, serving to turn
the attention of capitalists in that
lirection.
"When I left there were hundreds,
if not thousands, reudy to volunteer,
,,nd 1 am sure that the Yukon will
send its full quota to the front. On
the steamer on which we cume down
from Prince Rupert there were upwards of a dozen reservists hurrying
home to the Motherland. One man,
,i lieutenant, came nil the w-uy from
fnnnnn to rejoin the colors."
Mrs. Taylor accompanied thc minister throughout the trip. Mr. Taylor
hopes to be able to arrunge to make
the trip to Prince George, via Ashcroft, leaving here on August 23.
thing In be we'll in other parks in
Canada. He was astonished at the
excellence of the road being built up
the mountain and believes that the
park will prove one of the most potent attractions for tourists. Mr.
Trautman believes that the moving
pictures will be a splendid advertisement for Kevelstoke. After being exhibited at the Panama exposition,
tbey will be displayed in all the larger cities of Hie United Stntcs. The
camera was set up and slowly revolved getting an admirable record of the
scenery.
The party went up the road by automobile completing the journey in a
two horse vehicle and afterwards )0n
1 onies. Aiii Italian section man, who
carried the moving picture camera
for Mr. Boothe packed it to the chalet
by trail, a distance ol six miles without a rest and without changing lhe
position uf thi' camera, which weighs
T-'i   pounds,   is      made  of   iron   and   is
square in shape. Mr. Trautman de
dared it one of tin- greatest feats ut
endurance lie had ever seen.
Mr. Trautman and Mr. anil Mrs.
Hoc,the  lefl   on  Thursday  for  Nelson.
Claim far Campensaticn
(Continued  from  Page One.)
well lighted at the time of
the accident. To Mr. Briggs Mr. Ah-
rahamson said that be had no specific contract, with Samson at the time
of the accident. He had never interfered with Samson's men without
asking Samson.
Mr. Gillan, addressing the court,
said that plaintiff was idling the time
when he fell. He had no need to
be within 2."> f-et of the bole. He
had told Samson that he wns grinding up tobacco when he fell.
Judge Porin said that, he did not
think  plaintifl was idling although he
FALL FAIR
AND REGATTA
Splendid Program of Sports at
Seymour Arm   Al Fresco
Dance
The annual fall fair nnd regatta of
the Seymour Arm district furmcrs'
institute will he held at Seymour
Arm on Shuswap lake on Monday,
August 31, The O. Verdi hand of
Revelltoke will provide music during
the afternoon and will pluy for un
i.l [resco dance in the evening. After
the dance boats will leave Seymour
Arm to convey the'hand and visitors
to   meet   trains  at.   SIcamouH.
The regatta includes:—Open race for
.in.tor ln.ats, 10-mile course; rowing
race for ladies; open handicap for
motor bi.ats, "i-iuile course; swimming match for boys under Hi;
lace   for   motor   boats   under   HU-fCCt,
i mile course,
Other sports include, swimming
match for men, Hill yards; Walking
greased pole; nail driving contest for
ladies; rowing match for men; jumping in ^ncks blindfold harrow ruco;
dogs, Swimming race; log rolling
Manxman's race;  trap shooting.
A demonstration lecture on fruit
culture and pruning will be given hy
a government bosticulturist,
had gone out of his course in going
to the door. He would not deprive
I im of compensation because he had
wandered from the straight course.
He would study the case and give a
well considered decision.
In the case of James Guilletto vs.
Al. I.aSelvn for $30.35 un order was
.nude for payment of the money out
of court.
THE  MINSTREL   MAIDS
Two Hundred Feet of Film
fcontinued from page one)
nny other place in Cunndn, including
Vancouver.
"The most magnificent scenery in
Canada, nothing on the continent to
beat it," was the wny in which Mr.
P.oothc described thc view obtainable
at thi summit of Mount Revelstoke.
Mr. Trautman was equally enthusiastic. Thc view of glacier and rugged peak to be seen from thc summit
of the mountain particularly uppenl-
<d to him. It was a scene of nmuz -
ing grnndeur, he said, and unlike any
MAKES PERFECT BREAD
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
REDUCED FARES
For
Summer of 1914
On Sale June 1 to September 30
Final Return Limit October 31
Winnipeg $b0
St. Paul $t>0
Chicago $72.50
Toronto       $92
Montreal $105
St. John $120
Halifax $129.35
New York     ....     $108.50
Compartment  Observation Cars—Electric Lighted---Standard
Sleepers
"Canadian  Pacific Service'
A. WARRINGTON
Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke's Departmental Store
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
No doubt there will be a great scarcity of goods
owing to the disorganization of shipping, and
we would advise buying your needs to insure yourself. Here are huge
piles of seasonable goods in all departments, and for a week we are
offering you the greatest list of bargains ever put over the counters
in Revelstoke
WAR SALE ALL THIS WEEK
Men's Furnishing and Shoe Dep't
i
A Whole Week of Shoe Bargains
Our Shor Sale commenced yesterday and it is a hummer. You can't get away
from these prices. In the face of an advancing market we are offering you goods
at less than last Spring's cost. We have snaps for men. women and children. New
Bargains on the tables every day and every table is full to overflowing.
JUST A FEW OF THEM
MEN'S BOOTS—200 prs.. lots of them.    All one price      $2.65
MEN'S OXFORDS—Our entire stock of low Shoes for men. Blacks, tans, patents.
All one price, per pair      $3.25
WOMEN'S BLACK  BOOTS—A genuine snap.    Black calf and vici kid. price per
pair      $2.45
WOMEN S TAN   BOOTS—Lace and button, medium and extra high leg. price per
pair       $3.25
WOMEN'S   OXFORDS—tan and black, many lasts, price pel pair      $2.65
MISSES' BOOTS—sizes n to 2.     Manv different styles.   One price for all. per pair
 '        1.25
BOY'S BOOTS—black and tan, sizes ;, to 5, price per pair  1.65
CHILDREN'S SHOES-A table full, price per pair  1.00
Grocery and Crockery Department
Special!   Special!   Special!
For One Week Only
We are selling the well-known
and reliable
Viper Fly Catchers
at less than the actual cost, lf
you want to free your house of
flies with very little trouble now
is your chance
2-inch Vipers at 2 for 5c.
4-inch Vipers at 5c each
Will be on Sale Monday, August 10th, until
Saturday Night, August 15th.
WATCH OUR WINDOW AND SEE HOW TO USE THEM i»ao» an
t. -•
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,   AUliUrtT 82,191*.
**#(        y#£§
*:;^fr
''1*:J   ^
FOR PICNIC OR OUTING
a loaf or more of our bread in a
luxury, Light, white and toothsome, it stays moist a long time
nml is ideal for -sandwiches ami
for just plain bread and butter.
Next, time you go on an outing,
enhance the day's pleasure by taking some of our bread along.
Hobson's
:c-t:ea7":e:b too hot
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT HALCYON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easy of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon  Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Win. Boyd, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
The History ol the little country ol ' became king, and he usod to cook his
Servia is the joint story ol u feud own meals in the Palace kitchen,
between two peasant families and al His own luck ol education forced
feud between two of the uroutost of upon him the need for schools. Hfl
European Powers, writes ti. Morgun set up • > free publlo school system
Powell in the the Montreal Star.' throughout the land, founded a Uni-
The strife that arose at the beginning versity In Belgrade ostiiMished courts
ol the lust century, when Kara ■ of justice, cut down taxation, stamp;
(Black) Oeorge, u Servian swineherd, ed out corruption, suppressed vice,
who drove out the Turks und he- and organized, with statesmanlike
oame King, and a peasant named skill, an administration that promts-
Milos Ohren, struggled for the con- ed to make Servia peaceful, prosper-
tl'Ol of their native land, Is inter- ous, and contented.
woven with tha century-old fl^ht for! But, like most reformers and na-
an outlet on the Adriatic .Sea be- tion builders, Kara (Ieorge was ahead
tweon   Russia,  which  has no port  on   ol   his time.      The people  could    not
i.he     Mediterranean,    and     Austria,
which has only one—Trieste.
It isa story ol horror which Iiuh
no parallel lu modern limes. It has
•Made Servia t.he sensation-centre of
Europe, and today the eyes 61 thn
world  are  turned   upon  the  little  na-
march to his rapid pace. He was begirt with enemies, Critics spoiled
I is plans for the Improvement of thc
land. Agitations ngalnst him grew,
and at last he abdicated after a strenuous reign of nine years.
He was the founder of the reigning
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H . J. MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms -Single, en Suite, and with Bath
BEST ACCOMMODATION PHONE 207
Hotel Victoria
H. Lauohton, Prop.
Choicest of Wines. Liquors, and Cigars
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke. B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
tion of farmers whose very existence family of Karageorgovltch,
iH   threatened by the mighty   Dual The    rival family of   Obrenovlteh
Monarchy,  with  the  likelihood of four wan founded  by the man who wub his
of thc five     Groat powers becoming chief  opponent,   the son  of  B  house-
embroiled  Ina  terrible  war. .servant,   named   Ohren.   George's  ab-
Russia  bus always coveted  an  out- dlcatlon   was  ullickly  followed    by    a
let on  the Adriatic.    Austria has al- Turkish   invasion.    Belgrade   was cap-
ways coveted the strip of coast     on turod,  and   Milos ohren   was    named
the eastern side of the Balkan  Penin- Governor of the province.
BUla.   Both nations have intrigued at Power  begot    ambition.   He  (eared
Belgrade for over half a  century    to a popular rising in favor of the Kara
secure  predominant  influence  In  Scr- georgOVitch and  betrayed thc    latter
via, and it  is  this intrigue which  has tothe Turks,  even going so  far as to
now, under  cover  of  an   unprecedent- hire an assassin  to murder the crcat-
edls  dramatic demand from      Vienna or of modern Servia in bis sleep,
thut Servia how to the Austrian will This was the beginning of the fiuu-
been brought to a bead. ily  feud which  continues even  today,
Servia is almost wholly Slav. The and the history of Servia from that
Servians speak a dialect half Russian, time isa recital of the rivalry behalf Greek. Their religion is the same tween  these   two   families,   with   Kus-
as that of Russia—the orthodox sian and Austrian Intrigue ferment -
Greek Church. Russia is the avowed ing and complicating the strife.
champion Of the Slav peoples. Ber-I Once more Servia threw oil thc
via bus always relied upon Russian Turkish yoke, and Milos became
backing to uphold the Independence King. He ruled as au over-bearing
Bhe won from the Turks.  She has al-   autocrat, and at last the people coin-
ways played Russia oil against Austria to hold the latter back. Today
Bhe relies solely upon Russia In her
struggle with her powerful neighbor
on  the North.
Austria needs more coast line, She
cannot afford to allow Russiu to Be-
cure a footing on the Adriatic. Italy
is equally Interested ln keeping Rus
polled bim to abdicate. His eldest
son. Milan, lived but a few weeks and
his brother Michael, ascended the
throne.
Under Michael the reforms begun
by Kara George were carried on.
Michael wus just, progressive, und
liberal. He did much to modernize
the  country.   He  built  a line  system
gave
with      a   house  and  an  urt gallery,  and
as     the   the people just  rovermuent.
I    Hut all   this  cost  money and     the
peasants chufed    under  the
sin out.     So is Germany,  France   is   of  national  roads and  highways.  He
Russia's ally aud   England   is France's   laid  out   parks,   erected   notable   put
frieud.    It   is  the      Triple      Alliance   lie  buildings,      established  un  operu |
against tbe Triple Entente,
little     kingdom  of farmers
buffer.
Servia is accustomed to strife.  Her   Servian
i11~t.>r>-   is   one   long   record   ol   inter-   burden  oi taxation  it. involved.  Mich-
Varfare.   Sin-   has   [ought   Hnl     ael  In  his turn  was driven from pew-
garla   twice.   The  lirst  time,  in    tho  er and once more the Karageorgovitch
es,  she  lost.   The Becond  una-,   family was in the ascendant, with Al-
! ,st  viar   she won, Hut always, whe-  exander, a son of the national hero us
ther engaged  In     warring  with     her   King.  Alexander continued,  but in u
neighbors or plunged  Into the mael-  more modest way, the policy initiat-
Btrom oi civil war. sh.' lias turned her   by  George and  expanded hy Michael.
• •■-  :-.   ipprehenslon to the northern   Peace reigned for several yeurs,   and
shore    il   the   Danube,   l>f\.•:.<!    which   Servia   was      making  rapid   progress
the    le-ieens    ■.r the    aged    Bmp<eror,   when   intrigue  checked  the    national
Francis    Joseph,    lurked constant   advancement     and    the  family    feud
terrible  ue ••■:   nation-   burst out  ufrcsh.
The     Ohrenovitch   family    eecurcd
At tlie- opening ot     the nlnel entroi of the Skupshtlns or nation
century  the  present   kirn.-.: al Parliament and for ibe fourth time
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-ctaae in all respee I.
All Uodei n < 'onveniem es
RATES. $2 PER,DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
"j *fsy
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
CT.    ALBEET     ST03STE PEOP-
Union   Hotel
LKVKSQt.'K,  Proprietor
A. P.
FIRST BTREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MKAL TICKETS $0.0,
gmmWkmmmmmmmmm+mmt—mmvommimmm
LET  US   DESIGN  YOUR
STATIONERY
Th* t e ei of a le 1.irin- e 1,1, ui- Ih
reflected in its stitlonery. It Hai ,
to hare the Iwnl that'i going   W.
f;ift? you thn hlch.it i e'lle, at iti
ow.jl price.   Free oHiniate-*.
Mail Miir .,!■!
Un. lie.   P, ..<•,
Wc nffflr you - pe.f ■ MeTTlOl I'rinl
Ih our btJllH<MI ond nut linbl»> le
To the beat Refaction ot pftp'r anil
ty|e„ wn nidi (e/riglnsllty unit nmiirl
liens ot cleHlgn Mill rapid 'l.loitrj
.;:.r,- .,!   Turkey.        A
in ad Musts
erned. say, he
.
■
■
■
s Servian Kim.' was forced to abdicate, anil old Milos was recalled
from exile.
For two years the old     nutocrutic
regime obtained.     Then  Milos died.
■ nil .1 lecond exile WHI reralled in
tie' penon Ol Michael. He had BpPIlt
the years since his abdication iu'tru-
vel, had studied Ibe art of govern-
n •■ tit in nearly every Kmropean capital,   bad   learned   foreign      languages,
mastered  foreign  ailairH,     and    wus
•■  splendl ily e,pupped for ruling,       To
[resslve policy he now
brought I        .1   tbe qualifying Influ
I down I '  prudence,    moderation    and
tad      l*       was   the  ablest  anil   most
I
-fiii rulsi  Servia ever had.
••11.1   had  be-ejcomc Bervla's  na-
evei    it  was renew-
ever.
ind Michael was removed bj tbe con
enient and •<   uh
ths impregnable   saaslnatloo   it has 1 d the Intention
e place upon the
throne   anothei       • mbei   e,f   the   Kara
..l'i.  familj    let. 1    th,.   pre
'    I       I '■ .'■   I bea   living       ill
<,ie m Lucerne   quietly engaged   In
irsults, but their carriage
.:-   the  w.,v   back   to   Pel
■"'"i" ids,    ifter    ti isasslnatlon   :,t
■;    MiCBMl ■    e ,„,,.! 1 r, ...   mii,.H
him.   . desptrats effort  tbey  out    Ta-   news ol theli crime   pre-
imve   the    Turki   >.eit     I'     i |     , „,|e,|   • .,    ,,,,,.Hted     and
fill   fluht,   and   when   ,t   was  ',v.-r     not    BlSSaUd       t.e.-ete,.,      At|,      imnierniiH
a Turk   Was left.-in  Amv.,,,,  dOmalli iithIiTm • .(  thr  KaiMt-i-.,i i-..viteh  fain
 uld      Bol ' . illty ,,f complicity,     nnd
l>u* h«wasa i H« had Milan reigned in Mtcbasl's stsad.
tbe 1: ilkan pes anl 1 natural . w„„ ,in.
and Intelligence Intensified .md a [.■ ,n• ntte.i t..r his t.-k He had been sdo-
.tive genius lor leadership . itsd In Parts, had acquired habits ol
er Serbs trusted bim. and thej l<sarn imurv and dissipation, ..nei could sot
sdto rely upon his Spartan sense of grappl with ti„. t,1Hk ,,f rniine al
justice. Tins was put to the supreme primlt and ■ est people He detest when he allowed Ins own l.r.ither veb pi '. WCklesi bablts and low tanti-i
to suffer the death  penalty for defying He H<|llundered   the  DatlOO'l   ni'mey In'
the authority of thc government.
He organized a monarcl .  for servia,   which  was a  model  of  liberality.
He maintained his peasant state   11-
wore his peasant's garb, even alter hi
gambling,   His wife, the dn'njhter rf'
11   RllKRlali       ColoMl    the     c i inner Hon |
«itI'   RuSSis   inns  through   tho  Btory
(Hontlnued on Pag» 7.)
Oven i a wonderful baker. That's because
the heat flues completely encircle it.
McClarys
mJ^BJldiB   satisfies  tne   most  exacting
MKZ.£~J>       cook on every point. Let the
McClary dealer demonstrate the fact.
Sold by Bourne Bros.. Ltd.
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
IF YOU  HAVE   NOT TRIED
Shamrock Hams And Bacon
TRY THEM    THEY WILL PLEASE
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
Reasons are given by
•Economic Advertising"
"It is keeping everlastingly at it the quiet, continuous brand of publicity that worries its way
through to success in the long run and it is difficult
to find any justification for breaking the continuity
of advertising during hot weather.
"Clothes have to be worn and the necessaries of
life provided for, and almost every article with the
exception of purely seasonable goods is in equal demand in the summer aB in the winter.
"Then, again, in the summer people do not work
so hard there is more leisure time, and just because
they have more time for reading it is logical to state
that they have more time for reading advertising.
"To the modern housewife any respite from the
glaring pavements is welcome. She roads the advertising columns of the local paper, and makes it her
shopping guide, especially in the summer. Missing
at this time is losing momentum which will take
considerable time and expense to regain at a later
date.''
The Mail-Herald reaches the permanent, earning
classes. In the home it stays, the newest edition of
buying guides. It contains the leading merchants'
latest announcements.
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i SATURDAY,  AUGUST 22,1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
FAOl BWVI
WATER ACT AND-AMENDING ACTS
AND WATER ACT, 1*4)11.
BEFORE THE BOARD OF
INVESTIGATION.
In thc Mutter of all Streams ln the
Revelstoke Mining Division.
Meetings of the Board of Investigation will be held at Revelstoke on
the Uth day of September 1914, nt
ten o'clock in the forenoon for all of
tuch streams draining into tho Columbia river north ol the muln line
of the Canadian Pacific Railway, at
Revelstoke on the Kith day of thc
said month at ten o'clock ln the forenoon for all ol such streams draining
Into the Columbia river between Wig-
warn Railway Station and the mainline of the Canadian I'acitic Railway,
and at Arrowhead on the twelfth day
of the said month at ten o'clock in
thc forenoon for all ol such streams
draining Into the Columbia river below Wigwam Station.
Ml  statements ot     claim to water
1 rlvlleges on these respective streams
11  objections  thereto,  and  the  plans
prepared for the use of the Hoard will
tie open for inspection.
All  persons  interested  are  entitled
to examine  these,  and  to  tile  objections thereto in  writing il they deem
fit.
At these meetings claimants who
tave not previously done so shall
prove their title to lands to which
their water records are appurtenant.
This may be done by producing, in
case of Crown-granted lands, the title
deeds or a certificate of encumbrance
or other evidence of title; or In case
Ol lands not held under Crown grnnt,
by producing the pre-emption record,
the agreement o! sale, the mining record, or other document of title.
Objections will be heard forthwith
it the party objected to has received
sufficient notice of the objection.
The Board at the said meeting will
determine the quantity of water
which may be used under each record,
the further works which nre necessary
tor such use, and will set dates for
the tiling of plnns of such works and
for the commencement and completion  of  such  works.
And whereas there may be persons
whe, before the L'th day of March,
1909, were entitled to water rights on
• ny i't the said streams and yet have
not filed statements of their claims
with the Board of Investigation; such
lens.ms are required to file on or before the 21st day ot August, Kill,
■ statement as required by section
.".H of the "Water Act, 1911." Forms
[No, 50 for irrigation, nnd No. 5] for
other purposes i may be obtained from
any government agent in the province
Dated nt Victoria, B. C, the 'J9th
day of July   191 I.
For the Board of Investigation.
J.  F.  ARMSTRONG,
4t.lw. Chairman.
»■■,.-■    - --
WATER NOTICE
NOTICE
All pupils that have passed the
high school entrauce, whether they
intend enrolling aa pupils in the high
school or not, are requested to meet
in Division I. of Central school, on
Monday morning in order that they
may receive their certificates.
T.  0, I,. TAYLOR,
Ag.'Jl.lt. Secretary.
NOTICE
JOINS STAFF OF
UNIVERSITY
Professor R. W. Brock Becomes
Head of Faculty of Mines
-Hon. Dr.Young Pleased
A brief dispatch from Ottawa, is to
the effect that R.W.  Brock,  director
School      will      reopen   on   Monday, of the Geological  Survey,  has rcsign-
Aug.  24,    A   beginners class for chil- ed to  become head of the faculty   of
dren who have roached the age of six minea 01 thc    University of     British
will he started in each school.     No Columbia]
pupils will  be admitted  into     these The Hon. Dr. Young,     Minister of
classes later than   II  days after   thc Education,  said      that  while  he  had
opening    of     school.   It  is requested received  no     direct      word  Irom  the
Ihat.  all   pupils  attend   promptly      in hoard  of  governors  of  the  university
order that  there  may   he  to delay   in in  Confirmation  of  the  dispatch,      he
beginning the  work  ol  the   lerm.  v"'V   "MM   "'  l"*li"v«  jt  to  W
,,   ,   ,, true,    lie knew  that   Dr. F.   F. Wcst-
The School Board has decided, that, ,,.   ,,                    , .,               ..    „
brook,  president  of the  university, on
owing  to  the  faot that  it.  will   he  ne- h,,|m|f ,,,  ,,,„   ,,„,,,.,,  h.l(,  tpn(lpreu  the
cessary to transfer pupils from   one I>(,st ,,, pn,f,.SSOI. Brook
school  to the Other from     term     to "Personally,"   said   Dr.   Young,    "J.
term   when   certain  rooms   become OV- Bre  delighted  at  the      announcement.
ercrowded, a definite  principle   shall |.,,,f„s,,„. Brock gtanda ,lt thP h(,.l(| ,,r
be adhered  to in     making    the rear- |lis  profession,  and   Uritish  Columbia
rangement.   A number of blocks have ist,'he congratulated on securing'tlw
been   selected      on  each    siele  of    the B6rvlces  for  the  mines  department.  ..J
present boundary to be known as tho the  university  a   gentleman  so cmin-
iieutrul   zone.   When   rooms  are  over- cntly  well qualified for the post.      II
crowded  in  Selkirk,  pupils for trans- meana thai  at  the outset thc faculty
fer to  Central will  be selected      from ,,f  mjm,s      wi„  gtart  „pon  it„ CMrepr
the  Selkirk  neutral  zone,  such  selec- under  the  mosl   favorable und  prom
tion   being  determined  by   thc  pupils' |g{ng auspices."
nearness  to  Central  and   vice  versu, Professor Brock has been director ot
when   the  transfer  is  to  be  made    to , he geological survey since 190s and j„
Selkirk, author of numerous reports nnd pap-
Thc Board  also decided  that    such ,.rs    H(.   is  Ktjn .,   young  mnn>    oniy
transfers   should    not   he   made   after 4..  years  of     age     He took his  M A
GRACE RUSSELL'S "MERRY MINSTREL MAIDS "
"THE GIRL SHOW DIFFERENT"
OPERA HOUSE, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24
Tin- Greatest popular-priced Musical Show to ever toured Oanada
 Watch    for   Street   Parade
PRICES:   53, 75, $1.00.    Children, 25C    Seats on sale at Macdonald's Drug Store
such
^^^^^    after
pupils  have  obtained   promotion      to
the  first  division   of  either  school.
Ag.22.lt.
T. K   I.. TAYLOR
Secretary.
NOTICE
of Sab- by sheriff, Pursuant to the
"Execution Act," No.  I J. 1914
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Between:—.1. K. Johnson,
Plaintiff,    and    Karl   Barraclough,
Defendant,
/Pursuant to the «»i-.i•■ • ■■ ' 'lis Honour, .Judge Forin, Local Judge, made
In the above action and dated June
•25th, 1914, and July .*!lst, 1914, respectively and in pursuance of the
Execution Act,'* I will offer for sale
I y Public Auction at my otliee in the
Court   House,   Kevelstoke,   IS.  C,     on
degree at Queen's University, and
then  proceeded to Heidelbnrg.   He i»
councillor of the Canadian Mining
Institute and also of Queen's University and fellow of several learned so-
< letles,
He has done much work upon the
geological formation ol the great
mineral belt in thc southern part of
the province. Mrs. Brock is a daugh'
ler of Mr. Justice Britton.
Servian Trouble
Dual Monarchy, were the direct developments leading up to the mom -
entous situution of today.
Whither it will lead, no one cun
presume to prophesy. It is not unlikely, however, tbat another terrible
page is about to be recorded in the
blood-stained history of the peasant
nation of the Balkans. It may even
he that the destiny of IOurope hangs
in thc balance.
(Continued from Page C.)
Of Servia like a C( ntinuous thread —
left him, aud for twelve years the
scandals Of the Servian court provid-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ td all Europe with food for gossip.
Saturday the 5th day of September. Kjn.llly ,„ accordance with what had
1914, at the hour ot Eleven o'clock POw become almost a national custom
in thc forenoon all the right title and   Mjlan   Bbdlcftted   in   mVor  uf his son
interest of the defendant Karl Barra-
rlough in and to Lots 2 and 3 in
I lock 99 (ninety-nine) City of Revelstoke, District of Kootenay, B. C,
Plan No. 636.
The only  registered charge against
thc above  lands     is    the    plaintiff's
(Hunt Okuma the Japanese premier
declares that it is Japan's intention
to eliminate from China thc route of
Qerman influence.
Some of these days the German Don
Quixote is going to put his hare
tootsie down on a tack, and the
chances are that John Bull Is scheduled to play the practical joke.
So successful has the kaiser been
in bringing hard times to the world
that the latter would feel very little
sympnthy for His Imperial Nuisance
even if he fell into the hands of the
suffragettes.
judgment f.,r *U36.58   together with  wh0 ,,.„, lipp|1 hU
subsequent  costs and  interest  regis-   walUng   S,R. WM th(, (laUL,htpr of
Mexander,  aged  thirteen.
What followed is almost recent his-
teiry.    lltbough   it   dates  back  to   the
nineties.    When      only   lifteen,    Alex-    ■
: nder.  a  precocious youth, became a
victim to the wiles of Draga Muschin  If you want what you want when you
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motlxr's lady-in- ,
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AT     ALL     GROCERS
WATCH THE MAILHERALD ADS
tered the 3rd day of April,   lull.
Terms   of   Sale:- Cash.
W.   .1.   LAW.
.VJ'.'np Sbeiifl id Ni rthwesl  Kootenay.
MORTGAGE BALE.
Application for a license to store or
pen back water  will be made under the
Water Act" of British Columbia, as
follows:
l. The name of the applicant is,
Charles Eliott Fuller.
•J. The address of the applicant is,
Craigellachie, B.C.
.*'.. The name of the stream is,
-iilam has no name.
Thc stream nas its source in Twp.
23, Sec. .'.'!, Range ii, sixth mer, flows
in a Bouth to southeast direction and
sinks into on N.D. J, Twp. 23, Sec.
14-ii-i*,. ' about 800 feet south
from the N. Vi. corner post of N. E.
i Twp. 2'.l, Sec. II,. Range »>, sixth
meridian,
I. The water is to be diverted from
the stream on the south side, 120 ft.
east of N.W. line'of N.E. 1 Twp. -.'.I,
Sec.  14, Range ii, sixth meridian.
.'1. The Quantity of water to be
used is 50 acre feet per annum.
7. The purpose for which thc wnt-
ei will be used is domestic and irrigation.
B, The land on which the water is
to be used is described as follows:—
90 acres of N.E. J Twp. 23, Sec. 14,
Range fi, sixth meridian.
9, This notice wns posted on the
ground on the 38th day of July, 1914
lb. A copy of this notice and an
application pursuant thereto and to
the requirements of the "Water Act"
will be filed in thc oflice of Water Recorder at Vernon,B.C. Objections may
he filed with the said Water Recorder,
or with the Comptroller of Water
Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.C.
CHARLES ELLIOTT PULLER,
Aug.  31,n.p, Applicant.
ruder  .onl  by   virtue  ol   the  power*
of sale contained In .1 certain indenture of Mortgage which will be pro
dUCed it th'' time nf sale, there will
le offered for sale hy Public Auction
on Friday the 25th day nf September,  191 1.   at      the  In 111   1 if   11! o'clock
il.oon. by William J. Law. Sheriff, at
the Court H.eiise in the City of Revelstoke, British Columbia, the following  property,  namely:— H^^^
!    All that certain  parcel  or tract of   \Jan   polltl<CI
Belgrade cattle-dealer,  but  was gifted
with extraordinary personal charms,
illimitable ambitions, and brilliant
natural gifts. Married at seventeen to
a Servian arm; engineer, she wasdl
voiced  from  him  on  account of    her ,
scandalous   relations  witb   the  youthful King,
She   was  twice   his  age, and   be   fill
completely   under  her  influence.   Once
nore   'he   scandals   of      the     Servian 1
court  were  the  talk  of  all     Europe.
Draga,  living in the    Palace as the i
King's mistress, engineered the coup '
d'etat ley  which his Hire regents were
I, and in     proclaimed himself .
ruler.   Later he married her nnd  she
I ecame the dominant figure in    Scr-
\li\.ui.hr  was    a  dc-
l.iud and premises known and des-
. scribed as Lot "Ol, Group 1, Kootenay District and containing two hundred and ninety-three acres, more or
less. This property is known as tbe
Lux  Ranch.
Kor terms md conditions "' sals
apply to Qlllan * Klhott, First
street, Revelstoke, B.C.
Dated at Kevelstoke this 19til August, A.ll.  1914.
QILLAN ,v  ELLIOTT.
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Stops Falling Hi
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falling hair.    No tlnnlit about it uh.it
ever.     You will surelv be smisfied.
It is not a mark of breeding
to write visiting cards . . . .
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your exchequer. We
print in the best   style
generate, hut a man of vigorous constitution and undoubted physical
courage, togethei with an iron nerve
and great  qualltta   Ol  domination.
The terrible tragedy ol Belgrnde.
which ouble assassination of I
Alexander and Praca by a band of
army oarers under Colonel Muschin,
■hocked and disgusts] all Kurope.
Queen Victoria withdrew thc British
minister from the Servian court and
King Edward persistently refused to
recognize1 Peter, Who was called from
his quiet -xilc to ascend the throne
and once more carry the Kurageorgo-
vitch d> nnsty to power.
Before this, however, Russia and
Austria had begun in earnest the succession of Intrigues which bas now resulted in convulsing Kurope. Draga
had no children and both Russia and
Austria sought domination of Servia
politics in order to name an heir. The
double murder and the ascent of Peter
tie the throne upset the calculations of
Austria, and despite the attitude of
the Empress of Russia, the beautiful
Mix of Hesse, who refused to recognize Uracil, Russian influence gained
the day in  Belgrade.
The war of the Balkan States
against Turkey, nnd tbe mad, murderous strife between Servia and
Greece on the one hand and Bulgaria
on the other, are fresh in the public
nemory. The part that Austria played in the settlement, insisting on the
cession of nn extended strip of Adriatic conet line, and tbe bitter feeling
this engendered In  Servia against the
LAWRHNCE, RUSSIXL and LAWRENCE
Whirlwind Dancers with "Merry Minstrel Maids "—Opera House, Monday Next, Aug. 24. "PACK EIGHT
I      . ._.   _
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 22,1914.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
I
The public Bchools will  reopen   on
Monday.
Regalia (or the Preceptor; has ai
rived at the Masonic ba.Ul
0, Jeffs ol Nelson, registered it tbe
King Edward on Wednesday
The cement wooden doors In the
Central  school arc completed
The fall assizes In  Revelstoke   will
open at  Che court  house at   II  o'clock
on Monday. October ii.
W. J. Lloyd, Lethbrldge, was a
pie I   il the Hotel Revelstoke on ITrl
day.
ii   B is 'if Oolden was  imong the
eguesl - ai the King Edw ird   en Thurs
dii.i
Bidewalk construction on Third
street Is •■ (pected to re ich   u nplei ion
'ICx'    week.
j Humphrey, Malakw i, v- is regis
tcreil it the Motel Revell.;.ike on
Thu sdaj
W. G. Strong, and A U. B iyd, of
Wolsely, were registered it the Hotel
Revelstoke on  Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Carroll returned
on Friday fr a trip to Revelstoke.
- Salmon Arm Observe!
W.A.R. Michell, Acme mil H A.
Dodsworth, Maple creek, wen- quests
at the Motel   Revelstoke   >n Thursday
While camping In Mount Revelstoke
paik  last   week.  II.   N    Courslei   QOtiC
ed ii caribou browsing among Ids
ponies.
Starting from Thursday  last,    the
Adums River Lumber company at
Chase, will run four days >■ week until  further  notice.
Owing ie. thc ilea' pe   Plus
thc tea   which  was  pi inned  by    the
ladies e,f St. Francis church for Aug
ust   -'.'•   has been   postponed Indeftn
Italy.
i
O.   Evans  of   Revelstoke,  is on     a
visit to Mr. and Mrs   3.  Drinkwater. I
Mr. Evans resided In Kamloops until
about three months ago.—Inland Sen
Unci, Kamloops.
The   Relief  society   which . -
ing reading matter to be distributed
amoug the sentries gus
of    communication  requests  tbat  inj
books,  magazines or  ne loi
that  purpose be left   ii the v M.< ,A.
The annual exhibition ol  * b
Agricultural  and    Indus!
New Westminster, h
A decision had to be •• '.bit
ers of stock at the  Ed I
which finished lasl be
notified at once whethi .  •
exhibits on to the coast.
.J.  M.  McKay,     superintendent    of
Canadian  Pacific railway district No.
L.  states that  then truth    iu
the rumor that th.' Canadian i'acitic
railway   w mid  BUb  * 11
on its engines in the M l   n
count of oil being     del la  id  c intra-
band of wai.
The officers and  men
stoke company  Rock}   Mi Ul I
gers,  now  at    Ka-
camp yesterday.    Up lil i|
ricers bad been billeted at the 1.
hotel and  thl ; •
ers an l    n en  were     quartered i
buildint: In the rity.
it is understi od th it an lm]    - ■
change In schedule        •      Britll
liunbia division     will be mi
the winter time I
feet on Si ptember y     Trains N
ji.d  14,  which have been running si I
...  ,,...,.    y   ,
-•    Paul, will he elimii   ted    etwi
Vancouver and M
and   Moosejat ,   P
coast cities t,. sr   Paul will, howe
be accomi     lated ln tl      .   . - ■■■
which  will  be attach-d  to either the
Imperial  Limited or the Toronto Ex- ,
press, and which will  he added t
connecting train at  Moosejaw.   7'   ih j
also probable that a through nl.
vill  De run to Chicago via St. I Mil
F. Young, postmaster, has r
Dotice concerning articles which b i ■
been placed under ban by thc postal
authorities as a result ol the war.
The notice rends that no parcel i
post packet addressed to Germany
will be accepted for transmission.
Another liBt specifies articles which
may not be exported from Canada
except to the United Kingdom or to
British possessions, the list comprising numerous articles of military
equipment or which might be used in
the making of the same, as well as
petroleum and its products for fuel
or lubricant. The postmaster has
received instructions to have carefully examined for prohibited articles every parcel or packet addressed to
places outside of Canada, other than
to tbe United Kingdom or British
possessions.
Judge Forin will bold county court
on  Monday,  Sept.   II.
A. C. I'arr of Malakwa, was at thu
King  Edward  on  Thursday.
I Ieorge Boyd of Arrowhead, registered  at the   King   Edward   yesterday.
K. Chrlstio ih iii town from the
Big Bead, and is at the King Edward,
Mrs. HriiNH of Medley, was among
the gU68tS at the King Edward yesterday.
Mrs. .1. Mopgood of Kevelstoke, Ih
visiting  friends      in  the city.--  Karn
looj s Standard.
ll. Parker was oloctcd people's warden  at a special  vest.ry meeting of St.
i 'eter's church held on   Vugusi   19.
Miss  M    Curry Ol      Selkirk      public.
SChO   ',   Kevelstoke,   iH   the   guest       of
1 Mr.   and   Mrs.  Oeorge  Knapp,      Kaiii
loopB   Inland  Sentinel.
\ letttlon is being sent into the
authorities asking that a complete
railway corps be organized for service abroad during the present  war,
Rev,  Fathei   McNeil, former pastor
of  St.   Francis  church,   ipent     Friday
in RevelBtoke,   He was returning    to
! Vancouver  from  a visit  to  hit   home
in   Nova   Scotia
On Saturday, Septembei 27, W. 3.
I aw, BheriS, will select a panel ol
thirteen grand jurors and forty-eight
petit jurors for the fall assizes to be
held on i ictober 6.
The    report    of an  attack    ou  the
Mountain ci k  bridge published     by
the Mail Herald on Wednesday,     has
been Investigated by the military au-
tho 'ities and confirmed.
White star Line Mediterranean service, Please note Italians. Creeks,
French and Swiss may book passage
lv above route. Next sailing S.S.
( edrlc from Boston, Sept. 19, 1914.—
RevelstoV    General  Agencies,  Ltd.
Mr. and Mrs. James McD maid if
iS south, Turner street, Victoria, an
nounce tue engagement of their eld
ist daughter, Edith, to Dr. O.S.Denl
of Revelstoke. The wedding will take
i Lo    September 9.—Victoria Ci       il
John Abrahamson returned  yester
day from a visit to the M irnli
near Troul Lake city, where he
accompanied a Spokane mil Ing man,
who     was Investigating for  Spokane
.1 T u on . e apil iliati >i
feStai Is oni of the richest in gold and
silver bearing n   famous
l.ardei i
The British  Columl
ers'  r rl   for the moi th of
states tbat the estimates lor th
S'orthwest si
es  are as   follow •    ff ,
crop, ■*'" per cent Increase over   that
■ '  :   .      ■■  .■ i   .
". per cent  Increase over  1913,  while
m Montana there |   likely to be
'        per cent from rhi
cropf   The report      idd       thai
higl   - prices f r wbe . and
other export r^Msing  power
pra;ri"s   .■ •;,  and
tbis will includ
er  of  •
day  morning for St.      Loon,
Ihey  will spen a week.
where
Those  havi
in    the    Mail-H'- ild
:   col lmn    are  re ,  .
up  phone 62
■
e.rt trip.
Edward      Hill
town for s fe
■ lr    Lins-s    • .
t-p<-nt Friday in town.
i   ' [ope Kan.
Wednesday
Russell   Evans  of   CoO     liJ
visitor In Revelst .ke this week.
The M.   ■ < Lenn ird   >f   \i im I
ire guests  of  Mrs.   Chasl   Llnel-
i .ark
Mrh. Mclntyre of Okanagan Landing, ll the KiieHf of Mrs English for
a week.
Mrs Murray Hume and chllilren rt-
turned from a month's  visit  to
couver.
Miss Myrtle Brock returned on Fri
(lay from a week's visit to Mrs. Hun
cr of Oreely.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gordon are
camping for a week at thc top of
Mount Revelstoke.
MiBB Marjorie OlblOn of ('omaplli,
is visiting her friend 'iertrude Hur
ridge of Third street.
Mrs. I..M. Masson of Douglas street
and Miss Woodall are leaving on Run-
Miss-h (Ieorge and Williams are
spending the week end at the summit
of  Mount  Revelstoke.
Mrs. and Miss Hyatt returned yesterday from a visit to Dr. aud Mrs.
McPherson ol Salmon Arm.
Miss Marlon Lawrence returned on
Friday from a week's visit to Mrs.
A.  Rutherford of Three  Valley.
Mrs. Hopgood and daughter returned on Tuesday from Vancouver. Thoy
spent  a  week  visiting at Kamloops.
Father J. McNeil, a former priest
Of the Catholic church here, is vlsit-
\ leal ine   Itev.   Father   McKenzie  for  a
days.
MiHH I,. Haug of Macleod, arrived
on Friday on a visit to her brother
Mr. II. Haug of Sixth street. Mihh
Haug  will  remain  until   Christmas.
Mrs. -I. Purvis and children returned on Wednesday, having spent a
tacatlon with Mrs. Purvis' sister,
sister,   Mrs.   Solloway  of   Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and children
of Eighth street, left, on Thursday to
\iHit. her sister at New West minster,
and will then proceed to Lnngley to
\isit her mother.
Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw and family
returned on Wednesday from Vancouver, where they have spent tho last
six weaks. Her mother, MrB. Miller,
returned  with her.
Mrs. Cummins left on Friday morning on the steamer RevelBtoke (or
Downie creek to meet Mr. Cummins,
who, with Mr. Christie, is coming to
town for a few days.
Miss   Agnes  lilackberg  spent  a  few
days    in  Vancouver,  returning yester
day.    Miss   Ethel   Blackberg  who    accompanied her remained in Vancouver
lo resume her school work.
Dr. Gallagher of Glacier, was in
town on Tuesday, renewing oil acquaintances aud looking over the
Queen Victoria hospital. He loft on
Wednesday morning on a trip into the
Ikanagan,
A party of girls left yesterday
morning to spend a few days at tho
chalet at the top of Mount Revelstoke
They were the Misses Olive Hell, Marjorie   Lee,   Bemadlne  Bunnell  and  Ks-
telle Shuttlewood.
Mr and Mrs. W.J. Coulthard have
rented the McSorley house, corner of
Sixth  street and Orton  avenue,    and
ire moving In the nrst of September.
Mrs    McSorley   and  children  will   live
■ t the King Edward thin winter.
Mr- VI Colllson and children of
Sixth street, returned home on
Thursday from i two months trip to
her old home iu Pembroke, lint., and
• • ' IttaWS ll'-' -ister, Misb
Annie Fraser, who spent last winter
with Mrs, Colllson here, and accoin-
: inletd her east, remained there, ami
will take up a business course In her
home town.
Mrs. had a  delightful par
ty on Thur- .-.ie. when a   few
of  her   lady   friends   were   invited   for
whist    Mrs. Towse won first  ;,-
hand.painted   ;   it      o.d   Mrs
G    Vi.   ii'-ll   son  second,   one of  the
,fy  refreshments were
served '.■-••-     it   midnight.
ening it we    I -■
■nth annlversai .
...
I b in
• Tapper, S.3., where
she  has     been  spending  her s-.
....
train on     Friday morning
!',r Trail,  where I     ti
Empress Theatre
Programme
TODA1 snd Matin*
bergci eiiiei Sohweitaer, In two
parti   gre
from   the   \-i..
A i lay.
HONDA*} Tb- M-ii.,.1,1 ..f
v mice, in fom   p»i I
1    -i Adrift it, ile 8
- .n i wo parts
Bison    li
Boy e ling ( omsdj
*l I   LSI.AV     Pud-   ..f   .f.-rii,    o,
I 11io"i. Plays      I ',■ od
by \iil,ev Ms./" Rli hardson, ■
dramatic OonfllOl "I teem
Hwords,   four   part*       Polldol
nnd the Lions.  *n-.,i   forslfn
picture
wkdnkxha'-. TboSl Irrnp
Brother, in two imrts. The
Quack, Nestor.  Miss and Jake
in The Clutches of i Ircumetan
OM    f'athe Weekly.
TUB8DAY   wkkk      famoui
i'laynrs in   The  BquaW   Man.
ai* pints
Bli Piece Orchestra.
teach school.   Miss Pierce is another
of our popular teachers who arc leaving for     other     homos.   She will be i
greatly missed among the young people of  Revelstoke.
Mrs. II. l'\ Stuart of Three Valley,
spent Thursday in town.
J. J. Lapworth returned on Tuesday having spent two weeks at Albert Canyon, 6
Mrs. Jack Laughton and daughter
Sarah, returned on Friday from their
trip to coast cities.
Mrs. McFagden of Second street, returned this morning from Vancouver
where she has been .spending several
weeks.
Dr. ('has. Ileal leaven the first of
the week for lhe coast. During bis
absence Dr, WosCOtt Will take charge
oi  the dentistry.
On Friday evening    at  the Apollo
theatre,       Mrs.   Ilarnes    won   t.he   $1(1 |
gold  piece and    lean      I'Mcmmlng    the
t luce mouths pass.
Mrs.   W.   I.   HriL'gs and  children    re
I turned this morning from a two mon
lbs  trip  to  the coast.   Richard  Law- i
fence,  who was guest of Mrs. Ilriggs, I
returned with them.
About IE young men have formed u
club called the Tango.    It is their Ob
ject to give dances every two or three
weeks,  the Ural one being hold at the
Masonic  hall  next  Wednesday  evening '
August  Jli.
Dr. and Mrs. Sinclair of Winnipeg,
were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. J.
W. Stevenson for a few hours on
Thursday. Dr. Sinclair has been giving a course of leacturcs ut the summer school at Klko,  B.C.
Mrs. A. llilf and two daughters,
Alma and Alberta of Vancouver, returned home on Thursday afternoon.
Mrs,  Hill was visiting her sister, Mrs.
I Jenkins  of Third     street for a short.
time on  her return  from eastern cit- i
, les,  Where she  has  been  holidaying.
F.   M.   Hell-Smith,   R.C.A.,   O.K.A.,
I the  well  known      Ontario artist,    of
'loronto,  passed  through    Revelstoke
| laBt Saturday,  on  his  way cast.  Mr.!
! Boll-Smith had     planned a few days
visit at the home of     Mrs. Coursier,
where a sketching  trip  had  been    arranged, but. through s e miscarriage
of mail, his lattci • of arriv
al  came  after   Mrs.   Coursier  had  left
for Kva lake,     consequently missing
her. This artist has periodically visited British Columbia for the last
25 years and paints mountain scenery
as few artists do and it is to be regretted Revelstoke missed Ins visit
this time, as his pictures would have
done so much to advertise our line
scenery.
Thc music lovers of Revelstoke who
huve been fortunate enough to have
heard 'Mi's orchestra at the Empress
theatre this week, have indeed enjoyed a treat.    Very  difficult high  class :
mUSiC  hus      b i   played  aud   greatly
appreciated,  as  the  hearty   applause
at tunes testified,   On Thursday evening six of     the latest     dances wore I
shown on the screen  by  two profess- *
ional dancers and  were  very beautiful
as well  as     interesting.      The  dances i
were thc Tango, Cortes, Skating step ;
The Lame Duck, Venice uud the Heal- j
tation      waltt.   Three  other  pictures
Acre shown, the  Indian scenes   being
I artlcularly   good,   especially   the war
dauce.      On      Friday   evening      MrB. ,
...shy  won  the tea set and     Harold j
twin the three months pass.
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist
Church gave tIn-ir annual lawn social
on Thursday evening, at The Birches,
the beautiful boms of Mr. and Mrs,
Robert Howson. One of the large
l.iwns was ised. and small tables and
'hairs * re .lotted nil over the green
hmeiit.s were served
by the Girls Bible class. Long rows
■un    lights      Were  hung  among
■ ss and t he booths were    very
, 'ttii-.   i' i making the whole
,i       veritable      fairy land.    l-wpiiciully
* o- thl ■ md)      l ooth, presided
over by Miss Kva Thompson,    A, large
candelabra in the oantreof the table,
iii  te .   ii,,1: candle sticks at each
•nil.   made   i   hi y   dainty   setting   fur
home   made  randy. A
■ d  sweet   peas  was another
-touch    to th-    deeoraUons of   this
■ooth Mis Wadman and Mrs. Coy
.itHiHt." I   Mihh   Thompson   and   ?17 whb
..ol' at this t,.ble tnothSI attractive comet     saa     the Bowei  booth,
It.orated sIth long .'e|"'s of red and
white  Colored   Impel   ami   a   large  red
bell   hung   OtM   On-   table.    The   How- |
ere  were  very    beautiful,  do/.ens     of
different  blooms  being sorted  In    attractive     bunobee,    This     booth was j
undei   the   able   management   of   Mrs.
Leonard  Kowsdn,  Mihh landmark and.
Mm. Kngl sh     Among the Mower girls '
were   noticed,   Ruth   I.indmntk.    Mary
Howson,   Kva  nnd   Henrietta  McMahon   and     Marie   l.lddy      The   lemonade
mid fruit punch booth wa i a very
pleasing sight for thc thirsty and ■
w,i« looked aftri by Mrs. It ibert. How- j
non and Mrs. Maion. Muftc was fur- '
nlslied by a vlctrola loaned by Mr. I
Howson.    The band     which had bMQ |
engaged for the occasion was not av- j child to school at Macdonald's drug
allahle on account of bo many of Its
members being on the lint of volunteers. The managing committee was
as follows:—Mesdames Robert and
Leonard      Howson, Saddler,
English, Wadmlm and Fred Bcwb. Mr.
R. Pattorson attended the gate. The
total receipts [or thc evening were
¥78.
Three Veer Sentence
for Serious Offence
Peluso Savino, on a charge of procuring, pleaded guilty, and this
morning was sentenced by Police
Magistrate Hamilton to three years
in the penitentiary, For currying a
concealed lirenrin he win' given three
months hard labor, the sentences to
run concurrently. The prisoner Ib 98
years 'if age and the magistrate said
Ihat he had taken this fact into consideration and also that prisoner had
never beeh" previously convicted. Otherwise the sentence would have been
lhe maximum allowed,  live years,
on vagrancy charges Mike Dereo
anil Evelyn Balanger, associates of
.Savino, also appeared before the
magistrate.    They    were  allowed      12
hours to leave town, c. K. Gillan appeared for the defence. Savino, u,
former resident of Revelstoke, came
or. Sunday from Montreal iu company with a girl whom he had Indue
ed io lead an Immoral life.
store.
Special  prices on dinner sets    at
Howson's. t.T.n.p.
School Hooks.at. Macdonald's drug
store—All thc ■ new ones.
War map of Europe, 2r>c at Bows*
drug store.
Look! Look!— yes you can If you
got thoBO glasses fitted at J. Guyi
Barber's.
Place your order for Hard Coal.'
now. Coursier has the best in the
market.    Phone   11. t.f.
Slates and pencils at Macdonald's
drug store.
"Myes of the World," latoat and
host book by Harold Boll Wright, author of "The Shepherd of the Hills,"
for sale at  Hews'  drug Btoro.
(Ilycerlne soap, two big cakeH for
2,*i cents at   Macdonald's drug store.
Special sale of curtains, drapories,
table covers, comforters, etc., at
Howson's. t.f.n.pf
Funeral of Murdered
Man at Rossland
Rossland, ll. 0., Augf IS—The inquest into the death of Louis llianci
was held this morning at 10 o'clock
i nd the verdict was that he came to
lis death by gunshot wounds indicted by Joe Decesare, who is a. former
resident of Revelstoke.
Kosta Dragovicb testified that he
saw the shooting in front of the ABtor
hotel and followed the alleged murderer to the baseball grounds and was
within six feet of him when Decesare
tiv* i,  pulled a gun on him and told
l.ltu to turn back. As Dragovicb had
no gun be thought it folly to follow
further.
Dr. Collin held a post mortem and
testilied that thc deceased was shot
twice hut met Imb death from a bullet
which went through the back and
lodged in the breast, causing instant
death. The bullet wus exhibited alBo
the empty shell, which wus picked up
in front of the Astor hotel. The police
still have a posse out after Decesare.
They know almost definitely now
where he is and expect his capture at
most any time. Others who were
i.illed as witnesses at the inquest
were Martin Cant/., Vido Troich, Jim
/strclla, Leo O'Brian, Charles Notti
and  J.  Nicktovich.
The wife and two children of Bianci
motored from Phoenix and arrived
1-erc this morning. Thc funeral took
place to the Sacred Heart church,
Rev. Father Macintyre officiating. A
large number attended the funeral.
BUSINESS 'LOCALS
 I
Scribblers, pencils, pencil boxes,
school   bags,  etc.,  for  starting      the
WANT ADVTS.
'I'll RENT Modern furnished house.—
Revelstoke General Agencies.
FOR RENT- Rooms to rent with
board. Neur post oflice, excellent
cook, moderate terms. Apply
S. Gale,  Rokeby avenue.        t.f.n.p.
TO LET—Front room on Third Btreet
about a block east of McKenzie avenue. Gentleman preferred. Apply
W.S. in care Mail-Herald.      t.f.n.p.
WANTED—Young Japanese boy wish
es situation. P.O. Box 146, City,
.luck. Sep.9 p.
TO RBNT—Housekeeping rooms, furnished. Every convenience; also 3
rooms furnished. Apply s; Fourth
street, east.     Ag.22.2t.p.
TO LET—Spacious well lighted offices
to let. Apply Forest Mills of B.C.
Limited. t.f.u.p.
WANTED—At once, second hand cook-*
ing stove, with coiln. Apply Mrs.
B. A. Lawson. Ag.22.lt,
FOR SALE—New four-hole cooking
stove with reservoir. Western Green
Apply S. Gale,   Rokeby Av.    t.f.n.p.
IWATCHJ
Ithis bottle I
IlowTricesi
SCHOOL BAGS
at old prices
Leather Bags, 60c to 1.50
SCHOOL
SCRIBBLERS
in many   new designs,
each, 5c
PUBLIC SCHOOL and
HIGH SCHOOL
BOOKS
BEWS' Drugstore
Big Bargains in Our Stock of Men's
and Boys'
Summer Underwear
Straws
Panamas
Underwear
Tennis Flannels
Summer Oxfords
Men's Suits
Boys' Wash Suits
White Vests
McRae Mercantile Co.
Our variad •ihlbltt of Ihosi for
woman rsvoal a moot oharmlng
witty of tho nowMt fada and
fanctoo
S
H
Our •took of Antl-Wot Shooi for
mon lo complete, every ehoe hnv
Ing a uleoollied solo.
$;voo to $6.oo   SHOES    $5-25t(>$7-5o
Tho f Inoot ooleotlon of boyo Sooti
In town     Soe/'e eiiee. 1 to I
.       »5 75lo«O0
Youf h-e eiiee. tl to MHt'l *° lo J M
E
S
S  now  ehlpmenl  of mluet' ftnd
Iflrle thoeejuet opened up.    Clrl'e
eliee » to 10S         S1to3.lt
Mleeoe, elieo 11 to 1   $3 16 to 3 76
Ladies' and children's tailor-made LcgRings and Gaiters
ROYAL SHOE STORE
HOWSON BLOCK

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