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Vol. 21~No 65
KEVELSTOKE. B.C, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914
$2.50 Per Year
WILL JOIN
ENGINEERS
Revelstoke Volunteers for the
Front Have  Experience
in Railway Work
Another contingent of volunteers
from Revelstoke for service at iho
front left, on the i a.m. train yesterday for Vancouver where tbey will
join, if passed by the doctor, thefltb
Kiehl company, Royal Canadian Bin
gineors. Tbe men, who have nil hud
experience In various branches of
railway work, left on n special car
mi'i wire Joined at Kamloops by '2D
additional volunteers, The RevelBtoke contingent ci oslsted ol 28 men
as follows:
A.  Fahey., engineer.
1'.   McAllister,  engineer.
C. efiarriaou, fireman.
.1. s. Alexander, Breman,
K. P. Oandy, fireman.
j. a. Mottly, fireman,
w. Qauthier, fireman.
8. Lea, W.J. Lea, brothers, firemen.
a. Ernest, fireman.
M. Standry, Breman.
I). a. styles, fireman.
w. Ghrlstopheson, fireman.
ii. Watson, fireman,
J. W. Eaton, brakeman.
ri. Penzer, brakeman,
P. S. Bachelder, brakeman.
K. w. Wobeck, brakeman,
ri.  Porrltt, brakeman.
.1.   Rowbottom, tirakeniuu.
D. Law, dining car department.
R.  I..  Johnson, electrician.
H. .1. Cooper, yard oflice.
T.  Mope,  yardmnster.
It.  Harrison, contractor.
DRINKS NOW
SMOKE FROM
OOST MORE    FOREST FIRES
Fifteen Cents for "Case Goods'
—No Five Drinks for
Fifty Cents
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FRENCH SKIRMISHERS ADVANCING FOR A FLANK ATTACK
FAREWELL IS
APPRECIATED
HEAD CUT OFF   iPERCENTAGETO
BY TRAIN      RELIEF FUND
MEDAL WON
BY TREMBLE
Letters from Colonel of British Austrian Falls Under Train at Last Baseball Game of Season
Columbia Horse — From
Revelstoke Volunteers
Armstrong is Winner in Telegraph Shoot—Kamloops
Second
E. Tr.mble is winner of the Hecules
medal shot for by the Revelstoke
pun club, while Armstrong is the
winner of the trophy for the tele-
gruph shoot. Kamloops comes second
only iS points behind uud Revelstoke
is third.
Mr. Tremble, who wins the Hercules uiedul is a nov'ice at the traps,
this being bis first season, and those
who have been shooting with him,
irnjilie'-y tint be will make a splendid shot. At tbe final shoot of Revelstoke gun club for tbe Hercules
medal, thc following scoreB were
made:
E. Tremble, shot at 100, broke 7>\
got it), total 'J8.
W. A. Sturdy, shot at 100, broke HO
scratch 90.
A. J. McDonell shot at 100, broke
Hi, scratch 89,
W. A. Foote, shot at 100, broke 89,
■scratch 8'.).
The telegraph shoot closed on August U. Thc competition has done
much to keep up Interest in shooting
ind will be resumed next season.
Twelve shoots were held at which
1KOO targets were shot at by each
club. Vernon did not shoot tbe required number of times. Tbe scores
of the other teams were us follows:
Armstrong   1688
Kamloops    1660
Revelstoke   1686
Dragging Operations
are Without Result
Assisted by Constable Garnett, who
ia now on his holidays, Provincial
Constable Rothwell spent Thursday
■in drugging Victor lake, near Clan -
-irtlUam, for the bony of ll. Dimlnlck
Ihe Italian who Ib supposed to have
committed suicide by jumping Into
thr lake. Tbe dragging operations
were without, result.
I inm i nn i, who hurl Ih'cii working on
Nlrkeltion'H double tracking gang disappeared nnd his blankets and suitcase were found near tbe lake. He
tad been behaving strangely sod la
believed to have committed suicide.
The appreciation of the members of
the Uritish Columbia Hurse and     of
other contingents of thc cordial farewell given them     on     leaving Revelstoke is shown from muuy letters   of
appreciation received in the city. The
tollowiug letters,     one from     Lieut.
' Ool.  flick,  in command of the Brit-
' ish Columbia     Horse, and the other
' tigned by  members* of the Revelstoke
'contingent have been received by Mayor McKinnon.
PROM REVELSTOKE
VOLUNTEERS.
To the Mayor and Citizens of Rev-
dstoke.
Our Ueur Friends,—We all wish to
thank you most heartily for the
ii.ngniticent send-ofl you gave us.
August SO, 1914, will be a day that
•ve shall remember for tbe rest of our
lives.
i    The gifts of fruit, flowers, magaz •
ines, etc.,  were very much appreciated by all, and made us feel bappy.
The hussef given to each man, aud
mude by tbe Ladies Relief Society
will he more than useful.
The insurance put on the lives of
the boys by the city proves tbat Revelstoke is iniid'.' up of the light stuff,
and always "ready to cume to tbe
trout, and any oue dependuut on us,
we are sure will be most grutelul to
thc city for this form of appreciation
shown the boys by the city.
As our time was so short at Revelstoke, we were not able to thank you
imi show   our    appreciation as    we
would huve liked to bave done, but it
! is ln our hearts.
We thank you one and all for your
personal gifts uud kiud wishes. We
have received kindnesses and goodwill at many of the stations, but we
nre confident that there Is not a city
or town in the whole Domlnlou
, would huve done for their boys as
Revelstoke (fid lor us.
| May God bless you ull.
From Revelstoke boys,
C. D. Hamilton.
R. A. Reide.
Geoffrey Still.
Chas. W. Painting.
James Crelghton.
Charles Watson.
John Edgar.
Ernest James Candy.
A. W. Lemer.
W. Bramwell.
William N.  I.egge.
Dave Gray.
Edward Quinton.
Walter  Cowling.
P.  Lawson.
A. D. Legge.
J.  H.  Huwson.
FROM URITISH COLUMBIA
HORSE.
To the Mayor, Aldermen and citis-
ens of Revelstoke, B. C—
im behalf of the officers, S.C.O.'a
end men of the 31st Reg. British Columbia Horse. I wish to thank you
for the very hearty send-oft we recelv-
(Contlnued on Page Five)
Twin Butte —
Cut Off
Arm
on the Afternoon  of
Labor Day
Another advance In the coat ol llv
jing occurred this week, At a meet
Ing ol the hotel keepers ol the city,
held last Wednesdayi it waa decided
ihat owing to tbe wat tax und tho
consequent Inci inse in the wholesale
price in liquors it would be necessarj
tn Increase the retail prices ln certain Instances,
Spirits by the glass when "case
goods" are lemanded are now lf>
cents per glass Instead eii two Ior -■"
cents, Hennessys three slur brandy
is -ii cents per glass. Tbe price for
elraught spirits by the glass is unchanged .is is also the price of domestic beers and stout. Imported ales
and stout are now from live to 10
i cuts per buttle dearer, according to
tne Size nf the bottle. Spirits are 2:,
cents per bottle dearer and there is
also an Inorease ol 25 cents per gal -
Ion on draught spirts, Liqueurs are
128 cents per noi tie dearer but there is
! no chdnge in the price of wines, except  Invalid     ports,  or of    domestic
I r,
I'cii'tiea uf convivial friends will find
t it tbe practice ol serving live
drinks (or 50 :ents has been ahol -
Ished,
A. Koster, an Austrian, was killed
on Wednesday by being run over by
a train nt Twin Butte.
Tbe train      was an extra in charge !
of  Conductor  Ross,  with  F.  Hooley
OS engineer.    Koster  while  trying to
get on the  train  near  the station at
Twin Butte, fell between the cars and
was killed.   His bead was cut oil and
fell  between  the mils and  one  of his
arms was cut ott at the shoulder. Sec-*
tion  men  discovered  thc  body  a few
minutes after the train had passed.
The deceased for the past month
bad been working on F. Johnson's
gang at Twin Butte as assistant
cook.
It is expected that a great number
of fans will attend the last baseball
game of the season on Monday afternoon between Kamloops and Revelstoke. It will be tbe only attraction
in tbe way of sport on that day and
the local team seems to be in good
shape.
Another reason that there should he
8 large crowd Is that a percentage of
the gate receipts will be given to tbe
Relief Society which is doing such
good work. Music will be furnished
hy the band The game will start at
3 p.m.
Eighty Thousand Russians
Pour Into France
London, Sept. 5.—While the official
announcements made by tbe British
and French authorities last night were
to the effect that there has been no
change in the situation of the belligerent armies unofficial reports said that
the German right wing had been
checked and forced to return on St.
Quentin on the river Somme. The
British official press bureau in a statement said a German movement was
developing in an eastward and southward direction. The exact geographical location of this movement was
omitted.
Further confirmation was received
in New York last night that hordes of
Russian troops hud gone into France
to join the allies against the Germans. Their number was estimated
at between 70,000 and 80,000.
Newspaper reports to London lust
night said Germans were operating in
the district between Alost and Ier-
monde. Belgium and thejatter town
was being bombarded.
NAVAL ENGAGEMENT
That another naval engagement in
the North Sea occurred seems possible from n statement issued by the
London official press bureau. It suid
seven German torpedo boat destroyers
had arrived at Kiel in a damaged condition, and that others were understood to huve been sunk in the vicinity of the Kiel Canal. In some quarters, however, it was suggested that
the vessels may belong to the German
force that was engaged in the recent
fiilht with the British off Heligoland.
AUSTRIANS FORCE SHATTERED
The official Russian statement concerning the capture of I.emberg, capital of Galicia, says that the runinunt
of the Austrian army left after the
Russian attack is no longer of military value. Besides the thousands of
men killed, wounded or made prisoners the Russians report that they took
'2(H) guns from thc Austrians.
The Bulgarian minister to Greece
declares that Bulgaria hus decided tO
maintain her neutrality in thut country.
GERMANS CHECKED
Ostend, Sept. 5.—The advance of the
Germans'    right    wing    is    reported
checked.     The   Germans   have   been
obliged to retire on St. Quentin.
GUNS CAPTURED
London, Sept. 5.—A despatch to the
Reuter Telegraph company from Antwerp, reaching here by way of Ostend,
says that it seems that the attempt of
the Germans to envelope the left wing
of the allies has been frustrated. A
big force of cavalry advancing on
Campaigne has been vigorously repulsed und obliged to abandon several
pieces of artillery.
NO BATTLE
Paris, Sept. 5.—An official communication issued by the military government of Paris this afternoon says:
The movements of the opposing
armies near Paris are being continued
without contact taking place. In the
district of Verdun the German force
has sustained some checks. In Lor-
raine and the Vosges our troops won
fresh partial successes. The general
situation is little changed.
LEMBERG CAPTURED
London,   Sept.   5.—A   despatch   to
Reuter's   Telegraph   company    from '
Petregrade (St. Petersburg), says:
The following official statement has
been given out at the Russian capital.
On September 2 Lemberg wus closely
surrounded by Russian troops and wus
captured with large quantities of war
material. All the buildings in the
town were .packed with Austrian
wounded who hud been abandoned in
the enemy's headlong flight.
MORE TROOPS NEEDED
London, Sept. 5,—Premier Asqulth
today made the tirst of a series of
proposals for an increase of the Brit -
ish land forces. At a meeting at the
Guildhall he described the Empire us |
involved in a bloody arbitrament of
might versus right and urged every
Revelstoke Questioner
Answered by Preacher
Tn connection With the Kamloops
Pi abytery a special meeting took
place last evening at the St. Andrew's Presbyterian church, says the
Kamloops  Sentinel.
In the public gathering which followed, Dr. Ferguson gave an address
on the various aspects of work generally in Kamloops Presbytery nreu,
and drew some interesting analogies
between the events of the war and
Christian work. lie also referred
briefly to Presbyterian Home Mission work and its importance. He
remarked that he heard a sermon last
Bunday (in an Anglican church
it happened) which he much enjoyed,
but quite differed from thc preacher
as to the war. It is not correct to
say that our present civilisation is
not Christian, and the war in any of
its phases is no proof of that.
Many people point to thc Kaiser
and soy: "There, he is a Christian, he
hus preached on board ship, is a
Peace Society man, and there's your
Christian. No syBtem can be judged
by a man, and all men have their imperfections and times of error; there
;s such a thin!.* as, in the-* old phrase, '
a man falling from grace, and we all,
even the best of us, need to refrain
from the impiety of judging our fellows: Let him that thinketh be stand-
eth take heed lest he fall.
As an illustration nf the popular
attitude, due to thoughtlessness or ignorance, he said be was the other day
standing with Mr. Stevenson of Revelstoke watching the war bulletins,
when a man alongside said: "What do
you think of the war?" At first he
didn't reply having no desire to discuss it nnd it being levelled at him
because he was a minister perhaps.
After a pause the question wub re -
peati'd, and the man added to the
question. "I suy it means there's no
God." It is no argument as to the
existence of God or the foundations
of civilisation.
The busis of Christianity cannot
be judged by the errors of men, and
amidst all thc evil aud turmoil, he
could only remind the people that in
due course the plans of God would be
worked out in full, and out of evil
good might bc seen. Meantime the
spirit and consolations of that great
Psalm of Peace, the 16th PBtilm are
witb us: "Be still and know that I am
God."
No  Damage in  Railway  Belt
in Revelstoke District-
Other Blazes
Forest Brei are still blazing lur-
louslj in many parte ol the provlnci
but although there ai ■ a numbei ol
small tin's in the rallwaj belt Id the
Revelltoke district no serl iu i dam
being doi i Pht lr le thick
with -smoki  ni"! probablj
comes (rom tbe Craigellachie district
Yesterday a Are i rokt out at
Calms creek and a crew ol firefighters
was dispatched to the scene on the
steamei  Revelltoke,
The lire on the Black arater rlvei
above Donald is now undei  control
A big tire is burning on Cranberry
creek through the slash at the old
How-man camp No. 10. There is much
valuable timber In the neighborhood.
The tire at Craigellachie and Malakwa is still burning as is also the in-
at  Downie creek  In provincial terri -
tory.    At  Downie the  tire  has  assiiin
ed large proportions,
FOUR MILES
THIS YEAR
Excellent Progress Has Been
Made on Automobile Road
Says Superintendent
P. C. B. Hervey, chief superintend
tut of Dominion purl.s. is delighted
with the progress that has been
made this year on the automobile
road to the summit of Mount Revel
stoke. The work, he says, reflects tin-
greatest credit upon \V. Fleming, the
foreman and the men employed.
Mr. Hervey drove over the road 00
Thursday. Seven mid one half miles
uf the roud are now pr ictirally com
1 Meted oi which lour miles were bud'.
this year.
The most difficult construction la
now completed and Mr. Hervey expects' to see rapid progress made as
soon as the work is resumed. The
road construction equipment bus
been stored 'in thc city where it will
temaln until the work starts again
next year.
MONEY ORDER
ISSUE RESUMED
(Continued on Page Five)
HIGH SCHOOL REPORT.
The     monthy report  of     the  high
school is as follows:
Dv.I.   Dv.II Dv.III.   Tl.
Enrolled  .13      2-1 lfi      62
Present every
'    Session    12      22 9        43
P. C.  of Atd....93.4   98.2 "f».fi   99.4
Instructions for Resumption of
Money Order Business Between Canada and Britain
The postmaster-egeneral has issued
instructions  to  the   postmasters and
inspectors throughout the country for
the resumption of money order business between Canada and Great Britain on a modified basis. Negotiations
have been passing between the United Kingdom and Canada since the su-
spension ol money orders, In order to
ascertain if it were not I osstble to
'nnke some arrangement bj which the
business  men  of tbe  community COUld
he accommodated. It bus been de
termined that in view ol present con-
dltlons and the lowei rut.es of ev-
chunge, it would be safe to issue money orders al a premium of four cents
per pound or fraction of a pound. In
i-tead of the old rate Ol Ifil. Thin
means B premium of f.inr cents on
the old rate ol ex-cnange, an.l this
premium may be changed us the rates of exchange are chanced, that is.
if the rate of exchange runs up to six
cents, the premium charged will be
two cents the additional charge varying according to the rates of exchange.
It Is further determined that no on*
person shall lie permitted to purchase
money orders exceeding 31(H) on any
one day. This is done to prevent loss
to the department V.y unscniplous
persons endeavoring to speculate in
the "xchange.
There is a bear at Keremeos which
robs orchards of plums and peaches.
The citizens of that town should buy
a gun  and learn to shoot. PAGE TWO.
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER ri,  191*
COLUMBIA   VALLEY   A  GENUINE   EDEN
By I'liilisiia, in Winnipeg Saturday Poll
-UHgtief'OOD.mmVfoiiip.qOD.tHuXS
GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS  NICOLAEOVITCH
Generalissimo of the Russian forces
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SUMMER GOODS
CAMPERS'  SUPPLIES   Tents, Stoves, etc.
LAWN GOODS -Hose, Reels, Mowers.
PORCH REQUISITES-Hammocks, Netting.
DINING ROOM COMFORTS-Electric Fans.
HOUSE NEEDS—Screen Doors and Windows.
YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH-Tennis Goods.
PASTIME WANTS-Fishing Supplies, Rifles, etc.
KITCHEN NECE33.\RIES-RefriKerators, Freezers.^
DRIVING C0MF0ltT3-Lap Robes and Dusters.
All to b° had at
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing      Tinsmithing       Electric Supplies
The World's Greatest Invention
The New Edison Phonograph
Again fresh Ileitis  and   pasturca  new. ,
Alter tbe towering  mountain  peaks, |
now  the  quiet   valleys, and a   peaceful
pastoral existence, where nature in
most   kindly.
This is written (rom Invermere, a
little sottlement on Lake Windermere
in Hie upper Columbia valley. A
somewhat Inaccessible place, for the
railway comes meandering after leaving Oolden, onlj  as lar uh Bplllima-
rlic'tiie, and after that one Ims either
lo lake  the  river steamer or come  in
over the motor road. For reasons of
state, connected with tbo fact that
tin> boat was uon est tomatttbus   ill
Hotne swanipiliiis. we elected to eonii'
the thirty tulles In an automobile,
Virtue was its own reward, for the
mad which is a government road, lis
all m ids are in this fortunate prov
ince   was a   tiling   of  snioot.lincHH   and
hoattty, a joy to the motorist forever
Through   a       most   beautiful,   smiling
country, too, a    land llowlng    with
much water is' well as the proverbial   milk   and  honey,   we  came,      This
broad valles lies between the Seikirks
nnd the Hockies. and spreads its rich
soil, its park-like well-treed expanses and  fertile benches to the sun,  in a
never ending succession ol beauties to
the eye.
Not  only   beautiful   is  it      however,
but a very present |oy to the agriculturist, the fruit grower end tbe market gardener.
The rich alluvial soil is most productive, and with the protection uf-
lonleil by the mountains, nn equable
Climate and a little assistance from
mnn, Dame Nature yields most abundantly of her good things. ti
Tbe Colum Ola river, a noble stream
which covers ln its full course some
IJiiu mlleo, first winding north some
hundreds of miles, Mien south to the
Pacilic, rises in the Immediate vicinity of this village, assisted thereto
ly Lakes Windermere and Columbia,
which form its tirst reservoirs,
Invermere, Athalmer, Kdgewntcr
rud u number of other settlements at
thiB end of the valley are in the dry
hclti where tbe rainfall is not sufficient for the production of the earth's
j fruits, but Irrigation by the Colum.
bia Valley Kruit Lands company has
j overcome that difficulty, and Hardens
and farm-steading and orchards smile
everywhere nmoiif; the tall creen pin-
es at the pleased beholder.
A pnrden full of succulent veget -
ables and delectable fruits, and one
only two years old. laughs in front
of me as 1 write, a garden from which
even day. Sney Soo, the Chinese
magician who cooks our meals,Jbrtnge
in food tit for tbe gods
Yesterday we Witched up the family
(.teed, old Foxy Quiller and ascended
a near-by mountain side or series of
benches, some eight hundred feet, to
thi   celebrated  garden ol one     Sam
No Needle Required
Disc Records   ■
No Horn      -   ■
=  Diamond Point
Non-breakable
All Cabinet Style
COME IN AND LET US   DEMONSTRATE
THIS NEW MACHINE TO YOU      —-
HoiVSOn Sr CO.     ::    Sole Local Agency
Stop Prying Rent! !
What rent you pay annually will buy the bu
i nvr material, in the Id wer grades, for a go
sized house.    Call and see our stock of lumber
in number two and three grades
Globe Lumber Company, Limited.
SAM Mcc^IAHON
General Blacksmith
Licjht and heavy Wagons, light an.l heavy
Sleighi. Buggies, Cutters, Plows. Harrowi
Farm Implements. W»Son« rnadu nnd mpairtd
Ascent for John Deere and Company and International Harvester Co.
Farm Implements
IORSE  SHOEINC A SPECIALTY REVELSTOKE,  B C.
Shoes Below Cost!!
Last of our $3,000 Stock
must be sold out at once
Men's Fine Shoes    Men's Heavy Shoes
Men's Med. Heavy Shoes
ORDER A  PAIR  TODAY
John Mclntyre C& Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Agents for Consumers' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
Jackson,
Sam, lome years ago, lived In Ontario, ami wns afflicted with tuberculosis nu badly thai hln Life wasn't
worth ii ten eenl gamble, However,
hiH [neb Hpirit nf tight whh not quite
quenched, and he came west with -a
surveying party In quest ol mountain
air nml restored lunge. He (ound
iiiriii, nml after several years spent
with the ohalii gang be bought some
land "ii the hill tops over UiIh valley
i,ml sol in work tn make a home.
Toby creek flowed not lar away
down tbo mountain Hide lie harnessed  what   he needed,  ami  today     his
little stoadlug  is line nf the nittlilh nf
i lie country stdo,   Bam has done   it
all   himself,   ton.    He   has   nu   spniise,
because with his tendency to disease
he   tei Is   llml   he  should   not     marry
So  thai   Ins  OWU   hands  have  carved
..nt in the wilderness ns dollghtful a
S|inl   as was  eve,-   my   fortune  to     he
hold.
A log house of three rooms, a burin
a   store   house   and n   tool   shed   with
forgo f(ini liis little group ol build
inns.    Knell ol   them  is adapted to il»
purpose perfectly, eaeb is as neat us a
Bailor's cabin  und each  is iih clean  a*
the daintiest housewife could desire.
In tho wee pietnres(|uc house everything .->as scrubbed on both sides, i.
noticed, and the place wns arranged
BO perfectly that not one extra step
bad to iie taken more than was
needed.
A  little     well-cut lawn surrounded
tbe ho ise, and after that on all sides bloomed the garden,
Such a nines ol color! Topples, simply thousands ol tbem, naming to the
sky, iu nil their wonderous silken
shades. roBes, sweet peas, mignonette
sweet William, pinks and a dozen other lovely blooms! And then the her
ry garden!   Raspberries so thick     rn
the bushes that tbe hranches fell laden to the ground, strawberry beds,
fragrant with the luscious fruit and
berries so thick you could not gather
I hem, red and black currants, goosc-
berrios, and then a gigantic, berry, a
hybrid between the thimbleberry nnd
raspberry, black raspberries, white
raspberries, and apple trees, with
fruit thick upon them!
A wonderful garden and all the re
suit of the labor of one pair of hands
in a few years time.
A socialist is Sam of a practical
kind. He hcIIh no fruit, hut anyone
who cares to come may have all they
v ant. He makes a good living from
the sale of horses, which he breeds.
Tbis was a genuine Hden, and we
were all glad to have taken a peep
therein.
But truly we have a good enough
Kdcn Just where we have thc good
fortune to be staying, and one that
likes me well, owing to the superabundance of pet animals.
THI". Fl IE ' IF GERMS
some people would bave us believe.—
London  Telegraph.
T, '.nr...  Gets   V'.mv With   More Than
the Micri   ■ -
■
valuable   pn-vei,
feet Ion    during     the
.. - ntagti ie disease,    ;t
is only  n-cntly that  uu analysis   of
■: iat .end district has heen •     *
... 'nines
a   I.am
' ■"' the
-.••il hy
■
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^.ers ll.  ci.-,
victims   ■   ■
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ccupied irj 1'*'1 l'r"
feeeor Wi
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the  rli
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moke
it   rut further di*
thougl sed m the
for drinking
ami in tenli g the i Igai -   -
of septic ie ■ ti
t sickened   and   th"
of        the   dead Iv
,-   to   I'"'    ' *"   '
elrastir   te«t.   a   ff'.v    . tobSCCO       ■      N
■i (listened    wit ii    /.., I •
tumblerful ol which contained over n
million   active   germ"     whereupon       It
; was   found   that      within   twenty-fOUf
hours I'vcr. one of the liacllli was
dead.
It has   heen   a       matier   of common
knowledge thai Inflamatlon*   ol   the
mouth   are fended   oil  by   the   use      of
tobaeco and thai utihcaithv condlttoni
of the month run never he traced to
irnoktng, utilrnfl the habit is i tii'Hidve
NOW it nppenm thnt the smoker in n
crowded  room  is truly  a  lienefactor to
i.uu,unity Instead ol the lolflsh biutl
Winn   you   hear a   man   sneering    at
th,  lord paper because it is not big, j
i inap  and  newsy  as thc city pnpers. j
you can safely het be does not squan-
e..i   any  "f bis  wealth  in  assisting  to !
make it. better and that generally the |
uapei   has done more for bim than he
baa foi   it.   The man who cannot sec
the benefits arising from a local ncWH
paper is about as much value to   a
town  as a delinquent tax list.—Green-
A I   l.edge.
Buy Your Plumbing
Supplies Direct From
Us  and Save  Money
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With IV.iiis—Yt pat il iy up
H.   W.    EDWARDS.
TaxltlormiBt.
Bear Rugs Mounted. Furl cleaned
and Dressed,
»S Second Street, RevelBtokc.B.C.
KOOTENAY    LODGE,    No.   15  A.F,
and A. M,
Keee.Mil.il Meetings are held ln
New Masonic Hall on tho Fourth
Monday iu each month at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
WALTER I1I0WS, W. M.
ROUT.    CORDON,    Secretary.
0. W. 0. W.
Mountain View Camp No. 229
Meets Second and Fourth
Monday in each month in
Selkirk Hall Visiting Woodmen are cordially invited to
attend.
JAMBS McINTYRE, CC.
H.   W.  EDWARDS,  Clerk.
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COURT   MT.    BBGBIE NO. 3461
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in St. Francis Lodge Room
every Second and Fourth Monday
In  month.     Visiting brethren are
cordially  welcomed.
H.  V. MORGAN, C.  R.
G.W.   CARTWRIGHT.   Rec.-Sec.
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SELKIRK LODGE No.  13
I. 0. 0. F.
Meets  every  Thursday  evening in
Selkirk  Hall at S o'clock.  Visiting brethren  cordially invited.
A. G. DL'CK, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE, Secretary.
%r—        -      — i - ,   ,      ., -     - .,.    -   ■   ,     i    .,
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday
evening at Sk., in Selkirk
Hnll. Visiting brothers
cordially invited.
H. KBMPSTER, C. C.
WESTERN flOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
Deer  are  plentiful  in  the  Flathead
valley. ( J |
At Pentlcton Ih men enlisted    for
tho  war
There   is      some      typhoid   fever   in
Fort  (Ieorge.
At Chase tbe    sawmill is rua ting
four days u week. i
There  aro   17*100 acres  ot    orchards
around Pentlcton,
Tomato  and apple   boxes ure  being
made at  Duck creek.
TAX SALE
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
The electric light service at Hosmer NOTICE is hereby given that I Will sell by public auction the land or
,mH I " discontinued. Improvements or real property lu the Municipality of    the City of Revol-
A now fen-y Is In opura'.ioj ,,t  Big stoke, 1!. 0., given in the schedule hereunder, for     delinquent   taxes and
line on the Fraser river. subsequent taxes, on Monday tbe  14th day of  September,    1914,  ut the
Dining  August the Bremen  In Boss- 1"""' °'  12 O'olook uoon* la the City H"11' RaYelstoke, B.0.„ unless tho
land made a dozen runs, arrears of taxes, Interest and costs are sooner paid.
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL ORDER
OF M008E
Meets every second
nml Fourth Tuesday
in   ihe Selkirk Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.
Dr. McLEAN, Die   H.I.. IBLA.UO,8eo.
The lish catch at Prince Rupert in
July  was  worth  fBO0,OOQ,
Bome work is being done at the
Golden  '/one near Oroville.
A young wolf waa recently shot, on
the' streets of Slocan  City.
It is -JO years since Uritish Ou'.um-
bia  bad  such a dry summer.
Nearly 600 children are going to
the public schools in  Rossland.
A direct telegraph is now working
between   Kaslo and  Revelstoke
At an expense of 810,000 the Hofl-
mau House in Rossland will be rebuilt.
In Oreaton a dollar will buy \2
loaves of bread. It would buy IS iu
July.
The dry weather has put the Cariboo wagon road in a deplorable condition.
A newspaper called the Record
las beeu started at Peace River
Crossing.
A good copper prospect has beeu
located on tbe dirt, just west of
Oroville.
Thirty tons of micu were recently
shipped from Tote Juune Cache to
Montreal.
Description
.Wet-*, il (lu ner
_* U
Beazley, Mrs. M.E 20
Nam Sing    6
McLeod, John   9
Tlie tish butchery at Ueirard nas
beeu enlurged and now bas a capacity of 10,000,000 fry.
JOHN LEE
LADIES' TAILOR
—Dealer in—
SILK GOODS and FANCY
THINGS.
(Prettiest Designs)
0RIS8MAKIHC:    Kit Guaranteed
JOHN LEE
Front Street Lower Town
Lumbermen
It will pay you to
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    •  RevelBtoke, B. C
before buying yoat outfit of working clothei
for the Imili. I make •
•pecUHy of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
r<*quired in vrmrhnsiness.
d. P. SUTHERLAND
Transfer     Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42   -   Night Phone85
SUTTON'Q
EEDO
§mr amrdvn aad far-* ore hrmi
4mB.C.**il.S»a Catalog-** in
•olid duornnte* ol fair ity
and flor mlna t Ion
Sond bow for Copy f *»••
Sutton .iSensTheKinjls SeWaoo
K--J...J T,r.g\mnm\
A.J.WOO « w*ra
V,«l«n»
*•• rare ft.
■eu Awara ...
o. •afrit* ««uM
The Kuiser is the "Mad Mullah" of
Kurope. He should be in un insane
asylum  instead of u  paluce.
Dr. Slum of Vancouver, iB directing
the work on the First Thought Bx-
' tension mine at Orieut, Wash.
While running un uuto from llark-
crville to (juesuel, b'ruuk Murphy had
11 tire blow-outs in GO miles.
A few duys ago Tom Buchnnun of
i'e., alii ul was killed at Penticton by
falling under a ruilwuy engine.
Pat Kodgers died in Merritt from
too much booze. He was found dead
outside tbe back door of an hotel.
A man by the nume of Savage and
bis horse were drowned while crossing the Blttckwatcr river in tbe Jias-
co  valley.
Fall fairs this year have been cancelled in     New West   instei,     Karn-
1 loops,   Revelstoke,   Greenwood       and
[other places.
At Hazelton u negro, Sam Morris,
hus been committed for trial, charg-
' td witb tr;. mj: to sboot Rod McDonald full of holes.
Half of the surveys for the Pacitlc,
Peace River and Atbabasku railroad
are finished. This road will cost i"i>,-
OUU.WO for Construction.
There are ".an men lo the Chist;na
placer camp in Alaska. Only 100 will
remain over winter and tbe clean-up
In the camp will nut be over «J00,tHW
In modern wars lt costs $l*J,tW0 to
kill a man. In the Boer war it cost
»IU,00O. It would be cheaper to keep
them alive with free board and lodging.
Seven thousand men are employed
building the P.G. ft E. Ry. trom
Vancouver to Fort George, and work
will not be stopped until the road ie
finished. I
Along the Skeena there was a good
crop of small fruits tbis year, lf a
market can be secured by the erection of a canning factory at Haseltou
tbe land along the Skeena will produce fait) worth of fruit to the acre.
Recently some men were playing
' cards ln n railway camp on the Cottonwood river. A row sprang up
und Dick Cameron withdrew from the
game. He was* followed outside by
Delatioe, an Italian, who engaged
( ameroo In a tussle. Tbe Italian
hdd his neck broken and died ln a
short time. Cameron was arrested
and taken to QuMnel.
McLeod, John  10
Lewis, F. B 15
Lewis, K. U 16
Coughlin, Mrs. H.B. ... 1
Coughlin, Mrs. H.B. ... 2
Osborne,    Mrs.  W.B,  ...  2
Stacey,    Mrs.  K   2
blrriannl,  Pete   5
Twanzuk, Majk     4
D'Arcangelo, Cl. & F. ...   1
D'Arcangelo,   F   2
Wilkes, C.  J 12
McMahon,   Sam     1
McMahon,   Sam    2
Smith,    Robert       8
Turnross,   ChaB   11
Turnross,  Chas 12
Hansen, Mrs. C. E. (E 77-
 24
Ross,  Mrs.   Jane   24
Ross,  Mrs.  Jane  25
Interior Pubg.  Co   14
Barraclough,    E    2
Barraclougb,    E    3
Brown,  Wm    1
Drown,  Win    2
VSah  Chung    7
Caley, Robert  14
Caley, Robert  ....15
Caley,   MrB    John    16
Caley,  Mrs.   John   17
Laley,  Mrs.  John  18
Doll,    L.  H   3
Johnson, August, estate 7
Johnson, August, estate 8
Johnson, August, estate 9
Peterson,    P. A    1
Wah    Chung   4
Perrin, Mrs.  Jules   7
Perrln. Mrs. Jules   8
Roussell,    Thomas   14
Field, Chas. M  6
Field,   Chat.   M  7
Jamieson,  Addie  Mrs... 1
Jamieson, Addie Mrs.... 2
Wah Chung   6
Wah Chung   7
Wah Chung  8
Wah Chung   9
Turnross, Chas  1
Wah  Chung Bing    6
Wah Chung Bing   7
Wah    Chung Bing   8
Stone,J.A.|Lawson,B.A. 1
Elson,  Mrs.  Wm  6
Lewis,  F.  B  5
Morgan,  Joseph  .... 9
Edwards,  N. T  7
Edwards,    Mrs.   Addie,. 8
McMnhon,  Mrs.  H  3
McMahon, Sam   4
Anderson,  John Estate. 8
Gibbons,  Rand   2
Gibbons,   Rand      3
Johnson, Arthur   1
Johnsou, Arthur   2
Johnson, Mrs, Arthur.... 3
Johnson, Mrs.  Arthur... 4
Johnson,  Mrs. Arthur... 5
Johnson, Mrs.  Arthur... 6
Bradley, Mrs. Mae   1
Bradley,   Mrs.   Mae     2
Bradley, Mrs. Mae   3
Bradley, Mrs. Mae   4
Bradley,  E.  A 12
I.und, M.W., Agent   7
Lund, M.W., Agent   8
Lund, M.W., Agent   9
Lund, M.W., Agent  10
Devine,  J.  J  7
Devine,  J.  J  8
Dated this Fourth Day
22
27
27
27
28
28
39
39
42
44
101
104
107
107
2
4
4
4
11
11
20)
16
17
17
25
99
99
2
2
3
5
5
5
5
5
636a
636a
536 a
636a
636a
636a
636b
636b
536d
636b
636e
536k
636k
636k
536k
536
636
636
636
636
Taxes to Li c.
ol, IU18, i.ieii
llHtltbl   lo
bale 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
t  lel-IS
ui.u i.x-
pl lit l h
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
2.85
3.06
o
fc-
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
636
636A
636A
636C
636
636
Govt, plan
3 by Deville
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3    636
Govt. Plan
3 by  Deville
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
8
8
8
8
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12
14
16
18
19
19
41
41
41
44
44
48
48
48
48
48
48
49
40
49
49
49
55
55
55
55
56
56
of August, 1914.
136.80
47.62
71.88
202.18
153.04
115.96
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
67.61
91.88
273.48
86.89
86.89
74.37
55.93
55.93
55.93
59.60
50.56
53.08
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
4.70
3.95
4.88
9.33
4.98
4.75
4.75
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
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
94.37
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.
'?!W TOFURSH1PPERS
"&t)t frhubtrt Shipper"
m.wr I ommolmety Troo m nr AlaSOT   •■?»•    aoar
torn- IW>I <*MMl torn.*
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gi»i»g fm. ■■ eacoint* u4 rtlisbr* repart af what ■• 4«ing ia
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Now is the time to purchase your Guns
and Ammunition for the fall shooting.
We carry the beat stock in the city,
and every article that goes out of our
store in this line is absolutely guaranteed by us.
SHOT GUNS-single barrel from $7. 50
to $9.00, double barrel from 812.00
to $10.00
RIFLES Winchester, Remington, and
Ross from $15 to $30
AMMUNITION No. 12 U.M.C., and
Western. Recognisetl as tin.' best
Shells made
HUNTING KNIVES, COATS, BELTS.
e*V'C,   &c.
tttritts   Sporting Goods
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
liOOD POLICY
It'sfcroi'il policy to think of the future.
It's Still hotter policy to provide against
the misfi rtuni's it may have in store
fm- you The BUrest way of pi otecting
yourself ni'd family is a
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career of the Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
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Don't delay.   Tuke out. a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES, Ltd.
A. E. KINCAID,  Manager.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL DRAYING
Furniture ami Piano-moving a
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8WITZEB BROS.
.1. H. Cl'BTIS
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
MsUlllo CslllnM, Corrugated Rooting, Furnaoe Work and up-
to-date Plumbing -
■ork
Work Shop -Donuaughl Ave.
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING-
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ot tbe Dominion
In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
terta, the Yukon Territory, the-
North-west Territories and ln a portion of the Province of British Columbia, may be issued for a term ot
twenty-one years at an annual rent-
(.1 of $1 au acre. Not more thar.
2,500 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease must be made
by the applicant in person to the
Agent or 3ub-Agent of tbe district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will Include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may
te permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be considered nccssnry for the working ot
ths mine at tbe rate of 3liu>0 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
te deicribed by sections, or legal-
sub-divisions of sections, and in un-
survsyed territory tbe tract applied-,
for shall be staked out by the ap-
tlicant himnelf.
Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5 which will be refunded If the rights applied for are-
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
late of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shall,
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ol
merchantable coal mined and pay thes-
royalty thereon If the coal mining
rights are not being operated, eucb
teturne should be furnished at least
once a year.
For   full    Information    application-
should be made to the   Secretary cA
the Department of the   Interior. Ot
tawa, or to the Agent or 8ub-AgenS.
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. OORT. TAGS FOl'R
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .r>, 191ft
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POBUSHBO   WEDNESDAY   AND
BATUKDAY   AT
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ADVERTISING RATES
tion that will show that it in not bo
much compulsory training—valuable
though that he—as the spirit ol a
people -which makes it great in war.
The resources upon which the Uritish can draw, in men and money, are
vast.      In the   long-drawn   Btruggle
are going to count much more toll-
innly asjuiiiBt the Kasier thun if they
had all been brought Into piny at tho
L,0Cai Reading Notices aad Business againgt tlu,   Germans, those reserves
•Locals 10 cents per line each insertion
Minimum local ad charges 26 cents.
Display advertisements 26 cents per
.;,,,.,, each inset ion, single column,
,,..,,, ldVertising ol any form, also outset. Britain will prove again, as
Government and Municipal Noticesl2 she proved In the Napoleonic .md
,,..,.. per line first insertion and B ,,uirr wars, her right to considera-
cent« per  line subsequent  insertions,   (j|)i) a8 g miiUal.y power „( n0 mean
ellowlng l" Hues to the inch.
Applications tor Liquor Licenses 86,
Applications for Transfer of Liquor
nses 87.50,
HI proi   et ting notices $7.50.
Land Purchase Notices, $7.
Water Application Notices,   up   to
strength, notwithstanding tbo small-
ness of her army ln peace,
benediction and Rosnry at 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday I to 6 and 7:30
to 11 p.m. and Sunday morning 7:30
to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morn-
ii>K at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
.Vass. First Fridays —Mass at H a.
m.. Hencdiction und Rosary at 7::iil
p. m.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND.
St, Peter's,   Sec,ml  Be.,   Hev.   C.   A.
Procunier, rector.   Thirteenth Sunday
niter  Trinity.   Services  as  follows:—
Bight a.m.,  Holy Communion; 11 a.
in.,   Matins     nnd   Holy  Communion;
7::I0  p.m.,   Evensong;   Sunday  school
at  •-'•30  p.m.     On   Wednesdays  at  10
a.n,.  during  the  war,   Matins  will  be
suid   With  special   prayers  authorized
by the Ordinary of Dioceses.
ROM THE  SANCTUMS
j00 words,
5 ropoi
over  l"0 words in
THEIR  flXPERIENCBS.
One of the troubles is that   those
BtiandeJ European tourists will never
.■it   through  talking  about  their    experiences.—Detroit Free Press,
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<*ntcrtor publiebing Company
I.IMITRU
B, g,  ROOKE, Manager and Editor.
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METHODIST.
Methodlsl   Church,     McKenzie   Ave.,
pastor,   Rev,   Lashley   Hall      tin   Sun
day evening the pastor will deal with
tho Labor Question, and in thc morning deliver a discourse ou thc Cost
of Vicarious Sacrifice, Sunday school
and preaching suvlce are held In the
Hig Eddy SCbOOl house each Sunday
afternoon at 1:30.
S VTURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 5,  1914
BRITISH MILITARY F0WF.R
I!  not  of actual warfare, at  least of
war's alarms,  our neighbors in Canada are    having a taste.   Despatches
tell of an attempt  to  burn thc store
building  of  the  Canadian   Ordinance
t'nrps at,     New      London and of the
wrecking of    the     Canadian government's     wireless    station    at    Port
Arthur.    Few   Americans   realize  that
i,  section of tbis continent larger    in
area than the portion belonging   to
the l'nited  States is directly  involved
The nations of Continental  Kurope   jn th|s EUropean war.     For Canada,
which have   by     compulsory     service   |nBtead of remaining  neutral,  bus el-
trained    practically  all    able-bodied    ected  to cast, her lot  witb the "mo-
•,-.   ...  „Mi,„,    i,.,vc Ioul'   ther country."—New   York   Herald,
males for  military action,  navi   lout,
looked  with   some    derision  at     the CANADA WILL BENEFIT,
.smull  standing  army  maintained    by ^ ^^ ,mp,„.t;,n,0 cannot be at-
Britain,   High as its quality might be tacbed tc, the8e two tact8:— Canada
it seemed  like a  corporal's       guard jn general     will  benefit   by the war,
alongside the millions of trained men owing to the increased demand     for
n„Doi„      i,-rnnce    Mistria    foodstuffs and  other necessities.      In-
Germany,    Russia,    i-ianct,  ainuio.
PRESBYTERIAN OHDROH
On Sunday the regular services will
l.e held on Sunday nt 11 a.m. und
7:.'t(l p.m. As thc following day is
Labor day the services on Sunday
will be appropriate to the occasion,
Sunday school and Bible classes at
2:.*10 p.m. Strangers nnd visitors will
l.e  welcome.
md  even  smaller countries could put
dividual Canadians must prepare   to
sacrifice unwarranted profits   on   the
in the field.   But the reserve strength ftUar  ()(     pMtriotiPm.    u    these  two
of tbe voluntary system, us contrast- [ncts arc analyzed, they solve thc fined with conscription is about to be uncial problem ns far as Canada is
demonstrated by the British military concerned. The lirst, when fully real-
, ,, ,,„,,. ized, will end the temporary panic
authorities.   In the House of   Lords, ^^ hM thrQwo th(j country out    oJ
Karl  Kitchener  said    that    Germany ^^    T,)e MCond  gnouia  be the  key-
had  called  to  the  colors  almost  its llotc o[ business operations during thc
entire   male   population.    Tbe   Copeu - times  of  stress.    Certainly   il  Canada
hagen   announcement  thut      derman
is to benefit In the end, Canadians
should not be overcome with gloomy
forebodings. Vancouvei    Saturday
Sunset.
SPIRIT TELLS.
w.e throw ever ithlng     to I he Bcale,
our fleet, our army, otu wealth  what
ever servici - lered
or nr sotdier oi ...
used as the government thl
strength is yet    utilized.       speaking   : •,„. honor and safety of the country.
■      itisb army augmentation,  Kit-   We cannot lull ourselves with t
, si   hope tbat  tbis Will be a short   nr
• asy  struggle.   Fort
"The  principle    we,    on  our  part,
1 ' line are needed  m I
oi rve   is  this    That   while the    (I      ,
mum force     undergoes constant  every-d
thi   reii orcements we pre       •
-:. tcKly  ...,l  increasing
boys from 10 to 19 years of age are
heing trained for defence is added
confirmation of the news that the
Landsturm and Ersatz have been
brought   into   service. While      the.
maximum  of     Germany's man-power
v    being exerted,    but  a    very
small      part    of      British      military
Our Roughing
is meeting with big
success. Our customers are satisfied.
Just what they have
been wan tin g.
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
Purses!        Purses!
Best Quality at Half Price
For   One   Week   Only"
Also
TANGO BEADS
THE  LATEST
J.Guy Barber, Mckenzie avenue
TINT   YOUR
WALL
WITH
HALL'S
DISTEMPER
Sanitary Washable Water Paint
Over   One  Hundred   Beautiful Art   Shades
Write for Illustrated BDoklet—"How to Dicorate"
SOLE  LOCAL AGENTS
LAWRENCE     HARDWARE    <T>..    LTD.
KICVKI.STOKK
Guaranteed
by McClary's  io
save fuel—to cut out
dust, fuss and botI cr
and   to  heat   your  house
evenly and comfortably
in thc coldest weather.   Wc
guarantee  the   "Sunshine"
i Furnace to save enough to
pay   for   Itself   quicker
t ho n  any  other
furnace ycu can A
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FACTORY
REBUILT
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
And numerous other bargains. Rend for complete lint of alight ly uM-d
machines rebuilt in our own factory nnd mnde an good aB new. Wc save
you $15 to $75 on any machine.   Satisfaction guaranteed.
Canadian Typewriter Exchange, Dept. /i, Suite 305,319 Pender W„ Vancouver, BC.:
TYPEWRITTEN    CIRCULARS
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possess ilir personal note Hut ordinary printing larks, Drop in
the Mail-Herald and ask (or qmtatioua <>n oeir printed fau-imile
typewriting. Letters, circulars, mailing cards, &c, witb all the
effectiveness ol real typewriting at a fr tction of its cost,
Causes Much Disease
Advice about Stomach Troubtes
and how to relieve tiiem.
Don't neglect Indigestion, for it
rimy load id ill! .-oris ui ills and complications, .vn omincut piiysioian
oneo said that uinut^-hvu poi cem. nf
:,ll ills liavo their origin ia a «Ji«—
■dl'dered .-ni,i.uf-.i.
Our experioneo will) Roxall Dyspepsia Tablets lends us to believe
them ie I.,'.:.i .■.,,' ihomosi dopundable
remedies kauwn for indigostlon ami
cluoijc dyspepsia. Their ingrodi-
ClltS     UrO    Meeillllie^     tl)     lIlC    il.llutllt^l
nicmbrancs of tho stomach. Rich
in l'i;,sin mill Uiumuth, two of the
grcutest digestive aids known to
medicine, tho relief thoy afford is
very prompt. Used persistently and
regularly for a short time, they tend
to relievo pains caused by Btomaoh
disorders,
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets help
insuro healthy sppctito, aid digestion, and promoto iiutrilion. As
evidenca eef our fuith in them, we ask
you ie. try thorn at our risk. If they
il" ii.ii give entire Batisfaotion, we
will ri'luiu tho money you paid us
withoul question or formalitv. Three
Bines, 26 e-i.iN, ,',(i cents, and $1.00.
You can ba   Roxall Dyspepsia Tablet*
WALTER  BEWS.
Kevelstoke Krlllsh Columbhl
The flbnait Stort
There it, a Ituxull Store in nearly every tcwo
unci city in the United Sim.-., Canada null
(Went ilrilain. There is a different Heull
Keinedy for nearly every ordinary human ill —
euch especially ilesiRtied for tho purtieulai Ut
for which it id riToniiiirndcJ.
The Rexall Stores are America's lii<«w»*
Drug Stores
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"ii   ni the alllM resistance   -, i Llttli  Dei
of    the    German  Invasion,     In    the   with  Mary   Plckl tltlauts
rlothei 'in.! enlistment  foi  Bei vn«.   i«   '■' 'd :"
but  ,,„ick,.„ed  and hearte I by news     N"x'
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ol revert - ti. tin- allies   cause  Kitch-    , .  , ,
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Britain  ins a  large and  Increasingly Battle of Waterloo."
dable    force   operating against
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Ham and Bacon
means that you have chosen the tenderest,
flavored   Ham   and   Bacon   to   be   had.
See that your dealer sends Swift's Premium.
Look foi the legend
"Canada   Approved"
CATHOLIC
St,  Francis church,  McKenstt Aw,
i nil  Kifth  street.   Pastor,  Hev.    .1    C
MacKenzie,    Sunday    i   i vn el        I lOfl
Mass at - a.m. nnd     High Mn
10 80 a.m. every     Sunday,     Bunday
hchool for the cblldri d   il     DO p.m.,
OS. DEAN'S FRENCH PILLS
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PHOSPKiiNOL FOR MEN.
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■ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1914
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BELGIUM  STANDARDS TATTERED BY GERMAN   SHELLS
The Belgians on tbe field of action showing their standards tattered by thu gruelling Bre of
i In- Qerman shells near Liege
FOR ALL WE HAVE AND ARE
Mr, Uwtviiril     Kipling   contributes
the  following   poem  to  the    London
Times:
Eor all we huve nnd are,
For all our children's fate
stand up <md meet tbe war, thc Hun
is at tin' Kate,
mr  world  bus  passed  away,
In wanton overthrow;
There's nothing left today
Bul steel nun tire nnd woe.
Though nil we know depart
The old commandments stand—
In courage kwp your heart
In strength lift up your hand.
Hue more we hear thc word
That sickened earth  of  old-
No law except the sword
Unsheathed  and  uncontrolled.
.nee more it knits mankind
Once more tbe nations go
To meet nnd  break and bind
A crated and driven foe.
Comfort, content, delight,
The ages slow-brought  gain
They shriveled in a night—
-.inlj i inwives remain.
To (ace tne naked dajs
In  silent  (ortltdde
rbrougb perils and dismays
Renewiil and   Renewed.
Though all  wc may depart
The old commandments stand
In  patii'iu-i'  keep  your heart
"In  strength  lift  up your bund."
No easy hopes or lies
Shall bring us to our goal
But iron sacrifice
(if body, will and soul.
There's but one task for all
For each one life to give
Who stands if freedom fall?
Who dies if England live?
—Rudynrd   Kipling,
and are kept busy so that time pas-
jsea very quickly. Tbe boys all say
1 they will re member Kevelstoke aB the
best town on the line aud the Col.
lias sent a letter to the Mayor to that
effect. As for me you all know how
I feel about it. Dive my regards to
all the folks and if I misBed any at
the station I could not help it and I
did the best I could. Good luck to
all.—BOB.
Yesterday's Baseball
Son is Born to
Revelstoke Volunt er
BRITAIN AHD HER 5K00D
~he stands a thousand-wintered tree,
By countless morns impeurlcd;
Her broad routs coll beneath the sen,
Her brandies sweep tbe world;
Her seeds, by careless winds conveyed
Clothe the remotest strand
With forests     from     ber   scuttcrings
made
New nations fostered in her shade,
Ind  linking land  with land.
0 ye by wandering tempest sown
'Neath every alien Btnr,
Forget not     whence the   breath  was
blown
Children of Rritaln's island-breed
That wafted you ntar!
For ye nre still her ancient Bced,
i in younger soil let fnll—
To whom the Mother in her need
Perchance may  one clay call!
-William  Watson.
Farewell is Appreciated
l Continued from Page One.)
ed from vou as we pnssed through
vinir city for the front.
1 aiiure you my men appicciated
your kindness and Will alwayB re-
•in'mher the people of Kevelstoke.
I would nlso make special mention
I tbe ladles who so kindly supplied
tbe men with stamped post rnrds.
Oharles Fllok, Lieut. Ool.,
0.0. 31st Regt., B.O, Horse.
FROM   lion BLAIR,
ThS following pnst r.inl limn Rob-
ill Blair has been received by   Mur-
>,iv   Hume:
August  ill,   1014.
"Well Man.iv »e are wen nn     our
way   now  mar   North   Hay   and   tTtt)
niie is happy     We are  heing  well  fed
A son was born on Thursday to
the wife of W. B. Dance. Mr. Dance
who is an army reservists and a veteran of the South African war, left
mi Monday for Val Cartier with other Revelstoke wdunteeis for service
at the front, whither he expects to
proceed with the Canadian volunteers
Mr. Dance isa member of the Rocky
Mountain Rangers nnd before being
railed to Kamloops to join the men
for thc front was with live others on
guard at   the   Mountain   creek  bridge.
Eighty Thousand Russlsns
(Continued from  Page One.)
able bodied Briton of military aye lo
join the colors,   The navy, the Premier indicated, was already
part,    lt  had sealed  up the fleet of
Germany, he said, and was thir. ty
a trial of strength in the open,
AEROPLANE SHATTERED
London, Sept. 5. The Petetre Gir-
ende states thai when a German Taul e
aeroplane tried t" approach Paris ti -
day n was atta-cked '■;. the French
airmen. The French aviators sent a
charge of grape shot into the wings
of the Taube machine, tearing it to
pieces.
BE LGIAN TOWN B( II»;BAR lED
London, Sept. 5, \ di ipatch to
Renter's Telegraph company fr -mi Ostend says:
It is announced here that the Germans are bombarding   Dendermonde,
tilled  town ni'  Belgium  sixteen
milei eai I of Ghent.   The town h is ..
population of about 10, -
GERMAN SPY SHOT
1 • : lo i.  Sept   5.   A   despatch  to
s   Telegraph   company   from
DieppO sa,>   :
A Germany girl spy was arrested
day by English soidiers on the
le Idge over Un- Oise river at Le
On her ,>i rson were the plum
the roi ds and mi d  Paris.
She looked  not to be  more than   IT
yearsod) .
A German Bpy dressed in an English uniform was caught the
and shot Immediately bj an English
officer because he made a ge ture as
If to take something out of his pocl el
in ii'iid of obeying ihe del o throw
up his hands.
The government has been advised by
a ruble from London that the British government has removed tbe embargo on Wist Indian sugar. Sugar
may now be exported from the West
Indies to  Cnnada.
Slatln Hey, Uritish Inspector general in the Soudan, and nn honorary
major general in the British army has
["Deigned his pust in oonjeqnen<ce    of
the war .vith Austria, of which country be is a native, an.l hns gone to
take part in  the struggle in  Austria.
The rorrespmiilcnt ol the Renter
1 diagram company at st. Petersburg
mivs that the Russians authorities
are abolishing previous restrictions
Bgainst the holding of prayer meetings bv Baptists uni that the Baptists are npeninr hospitals at Kiev,
(iilessa nnd Ht.  Petersburg.
AMERICAN.
Washington  1,  New  Vork 0.
Philadelphia 2, Boston 4.
St. Louis  1, Detroit -1.
NATIONAL
New  York  4,  Brooklyn  3.
Boston «, Philadelphia 3. 6
Chicago 2, Cincinnati 3.
Pittsburg -2, St. Louis 1.
FEDERAL
Kansas City 1, St. Louis 0.
Kansas City I, St, Louis 2.
Indianapolis 0, Chicago 1.
Pittsburg 6, Brooklyn 7.
Baltimore 1, Buffalo 2,
INTERNATIONAL
Newark 3, Baltimore 8,
Baltimore 3, Buffalo 1.
Providence 2, Toronto 3.
Grading has been completed on the
Facific Great Eastern between Squa-
mish and Lillooet. a distance of 120
miles, and track laying has been advanced to a point 38 miles from tide
water.   Construe I n ->     beyond
Fort George will be started at an
early date.
The odds are even at Lloyd's London that the war will be over by Dei-ember 31, The underwriters have
(jiioted 50 per cent premium on policies to insure the payment of total
loss in the event of no peace pact being signed by the last day of this
year. 6
Milliam Marconi, the inventor of
wireless telegraphy, has written to
friends in Rome saying that he will
return to Italy to offer to his own
country all the assistance that he can
give in case of needing bis scientific
knowledge or his arm whichever may
be most useful.
On Tuesday, September 15, an emergency session of the Saskatchewan
legislature will open. The sesaion has
heen called to enable the government
to obtain certain powers which, in
view 'if contingencies which may very
easily arise while the country 'is in a
state of war, should he in existence
during the period af emergency.
A Vilna Cossack named Kriutchofl
i njoys the distinction ol receiving the
1-rst Russian decoration for valor ol
the war. By order of the Czar be has
been invested with the Cross of St.
George, His exploit is reported as
the killing, Single-handed, of eleven
Germans in a fight in which be himself sustained sixteen woundB.
It is announced that the continued
ill-health of Hon. Dr. Koche, ininiBter
of the interior, is causing considerable
anxiety to bis colleagues and B change
:n the administration of the department will take place soon. Dr. Roche
recently underwent a second Hevere
i peration at Rochester, Minn., and
will undergo another Berious one before his return to Ottawa. I'ndcr
• conditions he will not be able
to resume permanent administration
of so heavy a department as that of
the int?rior. I
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Revelstoke's Departmental Store
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
We're Still talking about those Suits, Sweaters and  Dresses for tha school children.
Tlie season is early and the goods are new and fresh.
Come in and see our early showing of Fall and VV inter dais for the coming season!
The very latest. Eastern styles and cloths arc among these numbers.
We have a new line of Dresses which we will he pleased to show you, both inr evening
and every-day wear.
Our Specials this week are two lines of CHILD'S COATS, one at
and one at     	
GOOD QUALITY IN ASSORTED SIZE'S
HOUSE FURNISHINGS
A regular 35c SHADE CLOTH at, per yard     	
PIECE CARPETS at  	
$2.90
$3.90
10c
One-half price
Rugs, Mats and Linoleums 20 per cent Discount
THE COMFORTER SEASON
is coming.    We have a nice assortment of new goods just in.
Men's Furnishing and Shoe Dep't
Men's Fall Knitted Goods
STANFIELD'S
UNDERWEAR
Pure wool, guaranteed unshrinkable. Made Oom pure
Nova Scotia wool; fine, long fibre. Wears like iron
and as soft as silk; will not irritate the most sensitive
skin.    All rib knit.    Fits smooth and does not bind.
Men s pure-wool Combinations—Closed crotch, rib
knit, natural shade, medium weight, a suit. $3
Men's pure-wool Combinations—Closed crotch, neat
fitting, natural Wool. Fairly heavy weight, an
extra good wearer, price, a suit   $4.50
Men's  piece-wool   Underwear—two-piece,  natural
shade,    An all-the-year garment, price, a gar
ment  $2.25
Men's Silk and Wool Underwear—pure white, two-
piece, extra fine, medium weight, price, a garment    $3
Men's Hosiery
The St. Margaret's Brand.
Pure-wool Hose. British-made.
More than your money's worth.
SUCCESS-A plain black cashmere:
the best for the money, price, a
pair  25c
TRIUMPH—A pure-wool cashmere,
plain black. It has been our
leader for years and its popularity continues.    Price. 3 prs. $1.
C 6J—The best men's Sox on the
on the market. Full-sized, unshrinkable. They wear longer
than any other. Full weight.
Price, a pair      50c
999 — A pure-wool worsted, rib
knit. A hard .vearer and a good
fitter.    Price          3 prs- for $1
997 — A pure-wuil worsted, ribb
worsted. Heather mixture, price.
  3 prs. for $1
SPECIAL Pure-wool cashmere,
fine ribb.   The best yet.   Price,
a pair
tic
Grocery and Crockery Department
Wi About W
COWANS by the pound.
COWANS '4, % and lb. tins.
BAKER'S Breakfast.
FRY'S Homeoepathic.
FRY'S Breakfast.
LOWNEY'S one-quarter pound tins.
VAN HOUTEN'S one quarter, one-half
and 1-lb. tins.
CROSSE £& BLACKWELL'S in one-
quarter, one-half and 1-lb. tins.
REMEMBER!
wc have tht       t OL1 VE OIL in the
market
iMape of Italy
in 30c and 60c bottles, 1 ne-half gallon and
gallon tins.
Crosse & Blackwell
in "iie half-pint bottles and quart bottles.
Car of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR just unloaded.
Car of MIXED FEED just unloaded.     A  large shipment of
Huntley  &  Palmer's  Biscuits   placed   ih   stock  this  week.
Peaches for preserving next week. -PAGK SIX
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, 8HPTBMBBR 5, 1914
A TRIUMPH OF
CAKE BAKING
Is the general verdtol of those who
try the results of our skill, The
ui-xt time .vim have company and
want something especially nice in
the oake Um' have its bake you one
to or del. For weddings and other
funotiors our oakes are simply <n-
perb, They taste as good as they
I,ink. thaii which im higher praise
could be given.
Hobson's
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
IF VOU  HAVE| NOT TRIED
Shamrock Hams And Bacon
TRY THEM    THEY WILL PLEASE
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
Kitchener of Khartoum
The Man Who Directs Britain's Q.'lunt Troops
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. Laughton, Prop.
Choicest of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars
Irishmen like to claim Lord Kitoh-
ener an a countryman ol theirs on the
ground that he was horn at Qunsbdr-
ough Villa, Oounty Kerry, on June
84, I860. But although Mh father,
Ool, Henry Horatio Kitchener, had
migrated to Ireland (rom Leicestershire two years before the hirth ol
his son -Herbert, the family ia KuHt
A.ngllan, and In the little Sullolk vil-
lage of Lakenheath there are records
nl the Kitcheners tfoinn hack to 200
years ago, when Thomas Kitchener
and his wife Abigail enme thither
from Hampshire in the reign of the
third   William.
HiH mother's family, the Cheva -
Hers of Aspall, in the bame old eastern OOUnty,  have    possessed      Aspall
Hall tor ovei- two centuries, and it
was in recognition ol his mother's
family home that Kitchener associated in his title the name of the littlo
Hast Anglian village with that of
Khartoum.
Ireland has tfiven many great soldiers to the empire—notably liLord
Hoberts—hut "silly" Sullolk produced
Un- stock from which spraiiK Barl
Kitchener   of   Khar'ioum   and   Aspall.
As a boy he seems to have impressed observers in different ways. An old
Hut, we need not go mil of our way
to seek for early germs of K.'s after
greatness, lie would be the lirst. to
deny that there was any liner quality
'in bis nature than is to be found in
tin' generality of young Annlo-Saxon
soldiers.
Hut he was subjected fo ii noviciate
which hail produced many of the
world's finest souls. He was led
forth into the wilderness, He did not
adopt a raiment of camel's hair or a
menu of locusts and wild honey, but
t.he strong reflective elements iu his
nature, the self-sufficing, Bell-reliant
were developed    and    hardened into
WOndrOUB temper in the free atmos -
phere anil      vast  lonely  spaces of t.he
deserts, it. was characteristic of so
unconventional a nature .that his lirst
Btep to fortune ami greatness was a
I lece of Indiscipline, He was on leave
in Alexandria on thi' eve ol the famous bombardment, ami knowing that
a telegram recalling him to Cyprus
was Imminent he arranged with a
friendly press man to delay its reaching his minds until a weekly bout to
Oyprus had gone. Lieut, Kitchener
with his, at that time, unrivalled
knowledge of the natives and their
language was, of course, a welcome
(ind  for  any  commander  like     Lord
friend of thc  family  describes him as  Wolseley, committed to operations in
a comparatively unknown country.
Accordingly his services were retained and from that, moment his future
was assured.
There followed l-.1 months' unremitting labor, broken only by a journey
to Sinai, and then, as un intelligence
Officer, he disappeared into the desert
to the south. His nature had become
fully responsive anil attuned to the
voice of the wilderness and it was a
tall he could not resist. For two
years he wandered from Cairo to Abu
Hitnicd from  Berber to the Red  Sea.
The Arab, whose language he spoke
and whose garb he wore, met him
sometimes In far-uway villages, ln
crowded bazzars, or In desert oases.
Living the life of the native, he talk-
a "manly, active and spirited little
fellow who could not keep quiet, and
consequently, like all boys of his
kind, used to get into scrapes, but
had great luck in getting out of
them," Another says "he was a
smart, intelligent, growing up lad,
promising to be a smart young fel -
low;" while a third remembers him
as "quiet and taciturn, in outdoor
games and gymnastics." To a fourth
he was "a shy. self-contained boy,
who early showed u talent for figures."
K.'s friends of his early days will
readily recognize these early sprouts
of his later qualities.
They soon bore fruit in an eager -
ness  for  any  useful experience  which
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
___    , ,.-        ti,   mu        „ „ ,.,<„..„ k.   ed trade and commerce    with    cross-
crossed his path. Thus even before he
legged  Arab  merchants between  pulls
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
experienced the army In 1871 he had
bad a taste of actual war. While still
h Woolwich cadet he was staying during a vacation with his father in
Brittany, (or the Irish estates had
been sold. France's last desperate
struggle against the German hosts
was being fought out by brave but
ill-organized armies of hastily-raised
levies. Young Kitchener offered his
services to the French, was accepted,
and fought under Den. Chanzy iu the
operations around Le Mans. It was
to be remembered afterwards when he
Agents for Calgary Beer
ol his chibouk, or Soudanese politics
With Ifisbareen Sheikhs by palm-shaded wells In thc Lybian deserts. And
all the time he was absorbing that
vast store of information and knowledge which in due season, after 15
long years, was to materialize in the
regeneration of the Soudan.
Genial, affable, kindly, and fond of
a joke at ordinary times, when hard
work or fighting is ufoot he freezes
into an uncompromising severity.
Hence   the   constant  triumph  of    his
and  Capt.   Marchand gallantly  drank  subordinates over apparently insuper-
to one another on the Nile at FaBh-   able  difficulties.—T.H.   Manners Howe
in Pall Mall Magazine.
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.      Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson Bros.
Props.
First-class in all respects
▲11 Modern Conveniences
RATES. $2 PER DAY
Special Weekly Ratea
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
The Women of Belgium Work in
Coal Mines; Also Scrub Streets
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.   Rates $1 a day.   Monthly rates.
J.   ALBEET     STOISTE PEOB
Union  Hotel
A. P. IvKVRSQUK, Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
MEAL TICKETS $6ck
LET  US   DESIGN  YOUR   STATIONERY
1 k« «Utm ot 4 ImmIum* k«uM l» ~                ,mmm '* *"*r )"*>""R«rt i«rric». Print
effected Id ttfl flAtlon.ry. It Ykl? mmhm^m.y^i  ,., our MIUMM ond our MM io*..
lo li.ee \h. lieM.  tliat'i going    We **mY—              To tbe teat Iftlwtinn ot pop.r .n\
tie. >eri the hlfheat eftiMltr »t Iti llMtrte Ereee      t jp. we aH.I oriflatlltr unit emir)
Iov-mI prioe.   Yroo •ttimAtoi. mm*mm BMii of denlge »n<ei rftpIddelWerj
That Belgium ia what it ie today is
due to the women of the state; they
are the men of the country. In the
Streets >( Liege they are to tn> Been
doing the heaviest kind of work,
tbey do th*1 scavenging of the city,
; to scrub and sweep the
r<M i* finir o'clock in the
r.orni'.r. ind they may be seen at
dtiy tin.'- during the day with pan
and brush in Hand doing what we
Canadian! would only think of employing the rhe;ipeet class of labor
to do, They .Mirer the milk, bread
and other household supplies, with
th. aid of does and small carts and
(ather      and    look after    the  family
over their shoulders, A Canadian
lady I met sail these women made
excellent servants and work for about six or seven dollars a month.
Her mtil did the cooking, washing
and entire work of the house, four
stories high, containing about 12
rooms.
In addition to this the girls in
I.iege have to wasn the sidewalks
md half the roadway once a week. It
is one of thc city laws, which results
in the streets neing beautifully kept.
1 he same lady told me the city officials had endeavored to force her
girls to wash the whole front of the
house,  walls and all.   This was    be -
(rutting,   foi   tbo  laundry  business  is '"re  the  exhibition  opened  in    May
as yet  little  mown  in  Belgium.       1 '"at-    '<• would seem by this that the
cannot   '-egm   to      enumerate   all 'he authorities went «b far as forcing the
rartons occupation! to which  womeD citizens to give the whole front     of
adapt themselves In thli country but their bouses a thorough cleaning be
when  I mention  the'fact that I have
seen more women working in coal
mines than men It will surprise Can-
idlara. hut this is the position Of
things here today. Liege is eunound
ed »ifh underground work, the *u
men do the whole handling of ine
roal fr-im the time it leaves tbe pit
until if is placed upon the care for
fhirment.
T'ntll a ehort time ago they even
"orkeil underground but government
I assef] » \a,mj prohibiting this, »nd it
fore the strangers arrived
While not investiegflting far as to
I ow the people are taxed in the city,
i found out that taiholders have to
pay so much for each window and
rioor, and so much per year for each
maid employed. A friend of mine
kept a house which was all front win-
Mows and doors. Me said it wag the
only house he could get in Liege before the exhibition opened, that waa
i. rider $'2,000 rent a year, and the only  reus in   that  he secured thif     one
I. the onl, reaaon they are not   en- »«* because the   nhabltants knowing
pagad In tbi. work a. well a. the ov- 'he law of taxation,      passed    it by
erhead     T  .aw   them,   handling      the when they counted the eighteen fro*
pickaxe    shovel  and  wheelbarrow,  a. window,  and   two  doors,    a.      they
men   work   in  Canada.   Thl. .ort     „f would  a   haunted   house.
thing I. »o common In Belgium that —-— —
its inhabitants think nothing   of   It. '
i .uppose that they are .o used to it It is not a mark of breeding
that It never    gives them a    second tQ  wrjte  visiting Cards .  .   .  .
thought.
The streets are, con.tantly ftlled
«Ith the female laboring elns.ef, who
are always bu.y pushing n dog cart
carrying a Inrge basket on their
heads or smartly hurrying here and
there, on some mission, nlways hare
leaded  and  with  only  a Wttle shawl
Let the cTVTail-Herald
put you right. The
price will not wreck
your exchequer. We
print in the best  style
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
REDUCED FARES
For
Summer of 1914
On Sale June 1 to September 30
Final Return Limit October 31
Winnipeg $60
St. Paul $60
Ohloagq $72.50
Toronto        $92
Montreal $105
St. John $120
Halifax $129.55
New York    ....     $108.50
Compartment Observation Cars—Electric Lighted---Standard
Sleepers
"Canadian Pacific Service"
A. WARRINGTON
Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
Reasons are given liy
'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 as in the winter.
"Then, again, in the Bummer 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 tho modern housewife any respite from the
glaring pavements is welcome. She reads the advertising column! of the local paper, and makes it her
shopping guide, especially in the summer. MiBsing
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 stayn, the newest edition of
buying guides. It contains the leading merchants'
latest announcements.
Increase Your Summer
Advertising in the Mail-
Herald and Get Your
Share  of the   Business.
MAIL-HERALD: BEST FOR LOG \. NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER B, 1914
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE   SEVEN!,
A decided economy in fuel consumption is
effected by using nickelled steel in
McClar/s
Kooterc
oven. It attracts and
heat far better than most oven
materials. See the McClary dealer.
Sold by Bourne Bros.. Ltd.
n
K4
^
"Glad to see you" said Fit-Reform
to Fall.
" Pleased to find you looking so brijfht
and happy" replied Fall to Fit-
Reform.
"How do you like my new Suits?"
said Fit-Reform to Fall.
"I always like Fit-Reform Suits",
replied Fall, "and this season they
are more attractive than ever."     5
rJ
McKinnon &
Sutherland
B.C. Milk-—-
It has the largest sale because it
pleases the housewife. It has the
light, natural color and taste of fresh,
rich cream, and is much superior to
old fashioned condensed milk for the
table and lor cooking. - - - - -
lt has the NATURAL FLAVOUR.
At All Grocers
Stick to the Guns
Sever before iii the history of modern advertising has there been
11 greater opportunity for the advertiser who is using the i-i^ht
ammunition ami who sticks to his suns.
Hig business men and economics are united in their opinion thnt
the situation existing signals a period of great prosperity for
business.
Retrench:- lose the hard work of years through unnecessary
panic ? NO ! strike from a new ancle! Readjust: analyse your
business as you never did before ; bring it up to modern standards; analyse your possible markets. In the face of apparent
certain failure seize the germ of supreme success and cultivate it.
Modern advertising will prove its worth now as never before.
Advertising with a real plan behind it and a real object before it
will win out in the face of odds.
Are YOC going to take a back seat or force your business to the
front.    If your business is right the decision rests wholly with you
Experience in advertising nml merchandising for
ntany leading flrtns gnallfles u* in give ivtluablt
assistance td this tints. HV will adiHst with yuu
11111jUlr.nl inilij and without obligation, AT YOUR
REQUEST.
HUTCH ARM LIMITED
ai>vi«:utisin< ; SBRvie:i<:
Nitw Hsmlil Building, Calgary
Cantral Building, Victoria
Rogers  Building,   Vancouver
L. C. Smith Building, Ssattls
MANY FAIRS
CANCELLED
Salmon Arm, Windermere, and
Golden Among  Events
Called Off
Owing to conditions due to the out-
I break nf war, 11 lias been thought advisable in cancel a number of the Full
(ails which were to linvc beeu held
in the province. Those which have
been called Ofl are: On Vancouver
iBland, tin- Nanaimo and Hillicrs exhibitions, nml, on tin- Mainland, the
rxliil.it inns at Auassiz, Central Pnrk,
anil that Ol  the Delta   Agricultural uh-
Boclation,    which    would have taken
1 luce at Ladner,
Salmon Ann fair has been cancelled
iu also those to have been held at
Windermere, Oolden and Revelstoke
in  1 ii , 1,  e  'a  '.alley,  and Green
wood in tin- Boundary district.
Vaucouvei has shown a sporting
spirit in determining to go ahead
• ith her fair week from September 3
to September 12.
Tbo Nelson lair will be held as arranged from September 23 to 25, On
September i'i and 10, Obllllwack Will
hold the exhibition as usual.
Tourist Hotel 11
Close Kext is
llanIT, 8ept, I.—The ollidinl closing
of the tourist season, as marked by
the close of the Canadian Pacilic railway hotel, will take pluce October 15
.C0_P.VRH.M1 >'SC IPOtQt, O. Aj! N [U H WOOD, .
Emperor William directing tin
THE  KA1SK.R ON THB; FIELD
tire of hi- new rapid Ure machine guns,
rule of don per minute
These throw shells at the
WATER ACT AND AMENDING ACTS
AND WATER ACT,  1914.
BEFORE THE BOARD  OF
INVESTIGATION.
'according to     present     plans of the'
1 company.     It had been decided   that   In the Matter of all Streams ln the
ithe hotel would remain open all winter but the European outbreak upset
calculations and the winter traffic
will be handled as usual by the oth-
rr hostelries.
As the result of the inspection   ot
Revelstoke Mining Division.
on the Second day of October,    1914,
ut two o'clock in the afternoon.
All statements of claim to water
privileges on these respective streams
all objections thereto,  and the plaus
the Sling i.f plans of such works and
for the commencement and completion
of such works.
And  whereas there  may  he  persona
who,  before  the  12th    day of March,
prepared for     the use of the Board j 1909, were entitled to water rights on
will then be open for inspection. any of the   said streams und   yet bava
All persons interested ure entitled not filed statements of their clainiB
to examine these, and to tile object-' with the Board of Investigation; such
ions thereto in writing if they deem persons are required to tile on or beaut. ■ fore the 2lBt day of September, 1914.
At tbis meeting claimants who a statement as required by Section
have not previously done so Bhall 294 of the "Wuter Act, 1911" or See-
prove thc'ir title to lauds to which tion 2- of the "Water Act" as am-
their wuter records are appurtenant, ended in 1913. Forms (No. 50 for ir-
This muy be doue by producing, in rigation, and No. 51 for other pur-
may     be obtained from any
Meetings of the Board of Investigaij
tion     will be held at Revelstoke   on ' case of Crown-grunted lauds, the title poses)                                              „
11th da,? of September 1914,    at  deeds or a certificate of encumbrance government agent in the province.
ten o'clock in the forenoon for all of jor other evidence of title; or incase Dated  at Victoria,  B.C..  the    12tb
i—=        |    —     —  ---  —'     ""        . .i,.„i,,in.r  into the Co- I of lauds uot held under Crown grunt  day of August, 1914
^        hotels    made this    summer by    Fire   tuch streams   draining  into tne uo  | ^ ,„_,__„._ *.__„*._..       I       .     ~      -
  ^^^M                ,,     ,  ,,,,,  ,,,.,i„  line ty  producing tbe pre-emption  record,
■Chief Smart, on behalf of the govern- ^larlver north ol the^ata Un J »<        J                       ^
ment, all the suggestions made     by ol the Canadian Wj^Bnaw*   tho'record, a certificate of search m the
him have    been    carried out.    The Revelstoke    o'   *»»£ **£ ™ Domliion Land Office, or other doeu-
'Canadian I'acitic railway has just ex- Mid month at ten o clock in the foi e
pended ,5.00.. on fire protection. Man- ^'"S^^'S^S I    ScSoSlui   be  heard   forthwith
ager Quick is having trenches dug to into the Column ia mer bet we n Wig ^
encircle the entire hotel and in these warn Railway  Station and tomato *
'hydrants  are  being  placed  so      that line of J**^^^^ The Bourd ut the suid meeting will
in case of fire the hose will be able to .nt at ***** » the ~ ^ determiuc the     auanUt,    o(      water
play on any part ofthe building. Ev- of the said mouth Rt t0° ° U»*    » which muy be UBed under Mch lM>
ery member of     the     hotel staff has the forenoon for all of  sucn streams	
i been enrolled as a member of thc vol
For tbe  Board of InvMtigation.
J. F.  ARMSTRONG,
Chairman.
• WATER  ACT **    AND    AMENDING
ACTS  and "WATER ACT, It'll.**
Before the Beard of Investigation
ln the  mutter of Shuswap River a
tributary  of   Shuswap  Lake  and    -of
unteer fire brigade.
CANADA   IS   SAFE.
New    York   Telegraph:    "Suppose,"
said a writer, "that a foreign country
draining into the Columbia river be- the further works which are necessary, breams .lowing from the south into
o*„+i^ for such use, and Will set    dates for  the suid  Shuswap River between For-
low Wigwam station.
\11 statements of     claim to water the filing of plans ot such works and  tune  Creek  und  Mabel  Lake,  includ-
rrlvilegea on these respective streams «°r  the  commencement  and  complet-   ,ng Fortune Creek and itg tributary
(-11 objections thereto,  and the plans ion of such works.                                     ,ml    exciudine   Trinity    i r    Putnam
prepared for the use of the Board will And whereas there muy be persons  Creek
be open for inspection. who' before the l2th da>- o{ March- And in the matter of Otter River
All persons interested are entitled 5909, were entitled to water rights on or Deep rreek and of Coyote or
were to send troops into Cunuda, to examine these, and to file objec- any of the said streams and yet bave ,r(gh Creek tributarieB of okanagan
would not the United States, acting tions thereto in writing if they deem not tiled statements of their claims Lakc and tb(, tributarieH o[ the said
under the Monroe Doctrine, have to fit. with the Bourd of Investigation; ■<«*
fight ou behalf of Canada," Don't At these meetings claimants who persons are required to tile on or be-
worry yourself, Mr. Trouble Finder, bave not previously done so shall fore the 21st day of September, 1914,
Foreign troops are not going to in- prove their title to lands to which a statement as required by Section
vade Canada, and would not attempt their water records are appurtenant. !»4 of the "Water Act. 1J14 or Sec-
it even if they wished to do so. Can- This may he done by producing, in tion 28 of the "Water Act us am-
adu is too far awav, and tbe difflcul- case of Crown-granted lands, the title ended in 1913. Forms (No. 50 for
ties are too manv for any nation to deeds or a certificate of encumbrance irrigation, und No. 51 for other pur-
invade the Dominion. One of tbe or other evidence of title; or in case poses) may be obtained from any
things in the way of an invasion is of lands not held under Crown grant, government agent in the province,
the  British  navy.      Another obstacle   by producing the pre-emption record, Dated at Victoria, B.C., tbe     1-th
in the way of invaders would be   ab- the agreement of snle, the mining re-  day oi Aiugust,  1911.
out a million fighting men in Canada cord, or other document of title.
The Monroe Doctrine, however, only       Objections will  bc  benrd  forthwith
is intended to prevent foreign coun - I; the party objected to has received
tries from forming new colonies      in sufficient notice of tbe objection,
this  section   of  the  wirld,  but     we      The Board at the said meeting will
would not interfere to prevent a war. determine    the    quantity   of     water
As  to any  foreign country  annexing which may be used under each record, j
Canadu hy conquest, 'it is quite   safe the further works which are necessary i
to say the Canadians can  take care for such use, and will set dates    for
of themselves.
For tht Bourd of Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
■WATER ACT	
ACTS und "WATER ACT, l'.'l l."
Before the Beard of Investigation
Otter River and of the said Coyota
Creek.
A meeting of the Board of Investigation will be held at Armstrong on
tin- 1st day of October, 1914, a: t»o
o'clock in the afternoon.
All statements of claims to water
privileges on these respective streams
all objections thereto, nnd the plans
I repared for the use of the Board will
then  be open for inspection.
All persons interested ure entitled
' to examine these, and to file objections thereto in writing if they deem
Chairman.    -r
At  this     meeting    ilaimants    wno
AND   AMENDING   t.ive net     previously     done so shall
piove their     title to lani* to  *hicn
t ,eir water records nre appurt»nunt.
This    may be done by producing,  in
THE GERMANS
In  the  mutter of that part  Ol the case of Crown granted lands, the title,
the filing of plnns of such works and   Salmon River and of   its tributaries deeds or a  certificate  oi  encumbrance
for    the rommencement nnd complet-   wbicb nro sltuate wegt of the western or other evideuce ol title; or in case
lion of such works. I boundary  of  Runge   11.  west of    the of binds not held under Crown grunt.
i    And whereas there may he persons   Hutb Mcridian. ,,v producing the pre-emption record,
who, before    thc 12th day of March, |    A meeUng Gf the Board of Invcsti- the agreement of     sale,    the mining
1909, were entitled to water rights on   K,.ltion will be held at Grand Prairie record, a certificate of search in    thn
nny ofthe said streams and yct have  on  tbe  siuh  day  „, October,    1914, Dominion Lund office, or other docu-
not filed statements of their claims i.lt ten „.clock Hn tbe forenoon. menta of title.
New Vork Telegram: "The thousands of Germans in New York, who
include reputable, conscientious and
high class     business men, as well as   with the Board of Inveetigution; such \
those who have not been so fortun -
ate in their callings, must hear in
mind thut this is not Germany; that
AH  statements ol  claims to  water Objections  Will  be heard  forthwith
persons nre required to tile nn or be-  privileges on these respective streams if the party objected to has received
fore the 21st day  of    August,    1914,   all objectiona  thereto,  and  the plans sufficient notice of the objection.
1W   v   .       .   a statement     „s required by section  ,,rc,,are,, ,„r tbe 1WC o( lhe Ulmrd wl„ The BoHrd at th, g|ijd mMtlng will
the press here is not at the heck and   ini ot the "Water Act    1911 " Forms   .,..    u    _        ■
.,     .                        ..   .                ...    -  ' OI Lae    "*"■"  •*,•,■• '     '    '""""   then be open for Inspection. determine    the    quantity    of    wuter
call  of  any   despot; thut   news  which   (No. 50 for Ration, a„d No. 51 for      A„ pcraong    intcreBted are entitled which nuu   b« used undei  each record
does  not please the German  Kaiser,   other purposes) may be obtained from  t„ examine these,     and to file objec- the  further     work, which are ne<*H-
or that which in Germany might    be   nny government agent in the province   t,on, tbcrPt„ ,„ wrjtj      „ t„     jMm ,„ ^          ^ wi„
a case of lese majesty, will V print-     Dnten at Victoria, B.   0., the 29th  flt. ,„r ,„„ ^   „f                 Buch work
ed  now      and  so long us newspapers   day 0[ jll]yi 1914,                                ^^™
are published whether it pleuBCB them
or not.
"This applies to nuturalized Germans as much as it applies to those
who are still citizens of tbe Father -
land. There is no such thing as a
German-American. If the GermaiiB in
New York or any other part of the
United States have taken out naturalization papers, they ure American
citizens, and if tbey bave not, they
are just as much Germuns us though
they wei-' at this moment lighting under the stnndard uf their Kaiser in
Belgium."
For the Board of Investigation.
J. F.  ARMSTRONG,
4t.lw.
WATER ACT
At this meeting claimants who have and for the commencement nnd corn-
not previously done so shall prove i letion ot such works,
their title to lands to which their And whereas there may be person*
Chnirmnn. water records nre nppurtenant. Thig who. before the 12th day of Marcb,
may be done by producing. In caw 1000, were entitled to water right,
of Crown-granted lands, the title on any of the said streams and yet
deeds or a certificate of encumbrance have not filed statements of their
or other evidence of title; or tn case claims with the Board ol Investiga-
of lands not held tinder Crown grant, tions; such persons are r«quired to
ty producing the pre-emption record, t'le on or before the 21st day of Sep-
the ngroeme.t of sale, the mining re- tember, 1814, a statement as requ.r-
cord, n certificate ol search    In    the ed by Section I'M ol the "Water Act,
When the  whole blame world
B?emR gone to pot,
And bu.ine.fl is on the bum
A two-cent smile nnd a lifted chin.
Helps some, my boy, helps some.
ACTS nnd "WATER ACT, 1914."
Before the Bonrd of Investigation
AND   AMENDING Dominion Land Office, or other docu- r.'ll,"  or  Section 28 of the "Water
ments of title. : Act" a. amended In 1913.   Forms (No
Objections will  lie henrd forthwith 50 for irrigation, and No. 51 for oth-
if the party objected to has received er purposes)     nny be obtnlned from
In the    mutter   of     all Btreams in  sufficient notice of tbe objection. any government ngent In tbe province
Townehips   17    and   18  in  Ranges  10     The Board at the suid meeting will      Dated nt  Victoria, B    C, the 12th
and 11  west of    the   Sixth MerldUn determine     the     quantity of    water day of August, 1914.
which  arc trlbutnry to  Salmon River   wnich tuny be used uneier each record, |    For the Board of Investigation.
A meeting of the Board of Investl-  the further works which are necessary J. F. ARMSTRONG,
gation    will  be held    at   Armstrong  for such use, und  will set  dates   for It. Chairman. v.
PAGE EIGHT
THE    MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,  1914
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Nelson, Is  il the
Mr. Overend of
King   Edward.
P. Levesque h'lt "ii Thursday morning's train on a visit to Halcyon.
A. s. Saunders ol Rogers Pa.B, wa.
a visitor in the city on Wednesday,
W. B. Robertson ol Golden, waa
registered at the Hotel RevelBtoke on
Friday.
P,   R,   Mitchell   ol   Kamloops,       wan
among tho guests     it  the King Bd
ward yesterday,
The monthly meeting ol the Farmers'  institute will be held next  Sat-
ur.l.iy   at   3  p.m.
w. E. Brown ol Cascade, was In the
citj on Wednesday, and registered al
the King Edward,
Owing i" the war thi usual meeting of the board ol trade was not
held last Thursdaj
Mrs. and MIbb v>i'i ei ol Aberdeen,
Scot land, were guesl i il the King
Edward on Wednesdaj
There will be a meet ing ol the Relief Society every Wednesday from
-.' 30 t.e 5:30 p.m, at  the R.Y.M.C.A.
Grading for the bitulithic pavement
is  now completed.   The Bnal oper.H
tions i'emm 'ed iin First  Btreet yea
terday.
j. m. i»i.yio. superintendent of
branches Ior P. Burn, company, limited, left mi Thursday morning for
Calgarj.
A good catch "1 gi lbs .i ia been secured on  ithe court house     grounds.
The lawns were cut for  the 'irst time
on Thursday.
Mrs. ii. A. McCannell returned to
the city yesterday after , long holiday spent at Aevelstoke.—Kamloops
Inland   Sentinel
Vi. P, Tierney the well kno*.; railway contractor, came Ln from the
east on Thursday morning ,uid left on
the south train for Nelson.
W. Garland Foster, editor and manager of the Nelson Daily News, passed through the city on Thursday
morning on his return fi om i visit to
the coast.
Thomas Miiloney. one Oi the (am-
ms bear hunters ol the fig B>vi I and
one of the voyageurs ol he Egyptian
campaign, returned to "he north 0.1
Friday's boat.
Notices have been posted by the
Dominion government in the Revelstoke National park prohibiting
shooting. Anyone carrying a gun
within thc limits of the park is liable
to a fine of $50.
A cement sidewalk I. being laid on
the fourth block from McKenzie avenue and on the side nearest the ri»
er. The sidewnlk is being paid (or by
the property owners but the city will
construct the cros6ingsi
liii.ry Soderkuert was drunk on the
Street and used bad language. When
arrested he resisted and created more
disturbance. He appeared before Police Magistrate Hamilton on Thurs -
day morning nnd was deed
costs or 10 days.
Among the     t it the Hi •"'
RevelBtoke on Thursday were Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Wilson, Vu:
Rebecca B. Rank • \ Arbor, Mich;
Mies B. Musner, Davenport, Iowa;
Mrs. S. J. KnowlM, Florence and K.
Fahrney, Bolae, Idaho.
Word has been receive! Iron Ottawa
that R. 0, MefConneU, who bas been
connected with the geological survey i
(or many yfars, has been appointed
Deputy Minister nl Mim'*. iu<ccM<aing
Frof. R. W. Brock, who resigned to
become denn of the faculty of applied
science in the Cnivergity of British
Columbia. Mr. McConnell is well
known in Revelstoke, aB he has been
ninklne annual exploratory trip,
through the northern part of this
province for many years
It is expected that many lumbermen from this province will attend
the big Lumbermen's Outing Week at
Winnipeg from Sept. 7 to 12. Preparations lor the event ln the prairie '
city are going ahead rapidly. Ths
immense new Fort Garry hotel, owned by tbe Grand Trunk Paclfle rail-
way, containing 100 rooms, is to be
used as headquarters Some of the
features of th s lumbermen's outing
week will be the initiation of one
hundred Hoos Hoos at a monster concatenation, a pageant parade, banquet by the city to visitors, two other banquest. a ball, and several other .
events to fill In a week. Advices from
Seattle, Taeoma, Portland and Vancouver state thgt many lumbermen
and their wive, from those point,
jrill go to Winnipeg,
Monday being Labor Hay the store,
will be closed.
Third street, near tbe railway crossing is being levelled and graded.
.1. Lewis of Wigwam, wus in the
lily on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Austin of RevelBtoke are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W.
Clarke ol* Landsdowne St.., for a fbW
days.     Kamloops Standard.
George 8, MoOarter. one of thu
leading barristers of Revelstoke, wan
in the city yesterday on legal busi-
ni'ss.    Kamloops Standard.
The ladies who supplied refreshment, for the Patriot ie dance are r.-
quested to call for their plates al   the
Y. M. (*. A.
.1. I'. Forde, Dominion Government
Engineer, arrived in the oity yesterday from Beaton, and left this morning on his rei urn lo Nelson.
Constable Uarnett lefl yesterday
for New Westminster in charge of
Pi'luso Savino, who wa. sentenced by
Police Magistrate Hamilton   lo   three
years In the penitentiary on a charge
of proourlng,
T. B. L. Taylor, captain of the Home
Guard, has issued orders for the Guard
to turn out  for rifle practice at the
but Is   al,  7   a   in.   on  Sunday.    Those
unable tn attend are to be at the Drill
Hall at III a.m.
Tbe Tango Club will bold a dance
in the Masonic Hall on Monday night.
Refreshment, will be served by the
Rebekah Ladles, Dancing will take
place from 9 to -. Orr's orchestra
will be In attendance
Died on Sept. 1, Evelyn Margaret,
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lome W. McCandlish. The funeral,
which will be private, will take place
from the home of 1". K. Fairbanks, 720
Vietoliu street at HI o'clock this morning. It, v. R. .1. Mclntyre will conduct the services.—Nelson News.    Mr.
McCandlish, who was an operator in
the commercial telegraph oflice, lefl,
Revelstoke two weeks ago with Mrs.
McCandlish and bis child, who was
born in Revelstoke.
l'i ed I rquhart of Revelstoke, who
bus been looking after th. owl Shift
at the Station here for the past  uoiiple
o( months, has returned home and will
in a couple of week, resume his
studies at McGlll University. His
place is being taken by \V. L. Morrison of Vancouver, formerly Btationed
al Three Valley. Salmon Ann Observer.
A new agreement for the exchange
ol postal parcel, ebetween Canada and
Japan   came   into    force    yesterday.
Under this agreement the rate ol epos-
tagv on parcels senl from Canada to
Japan is II' cents (or each pound or
fi action i t s pound. The limit o(
weight for a parcel Is ll pound- and
Ithelluiil e'l M/e i.- tun feel by one
ifoot in width oi depth. Tin- rate,
of po-iuge on parcels -ent from Japan
•   i anada aie equivalent  t.e 90
I for a parcel noi   eXCM-ding 3   pounds.
.'•o cent- foi i parcel ovei 8 pounds,
but not over"! pounds, and 70 cents
for a parcel over 7 pound's, hut not
over ll pound's. The limit of weight
. and size 11' -■ i bed I
from I .Upan  ipj ly  rl-i.  to
P.nei!- lent from Japai i   <Ian
SOdAL AND PERSONAL
t Cl'.H.
Those having items for publication
in the Mail-Herald social and personal column are requested to call
up phone 62.
Mrs. Lashley Hall is suffering from
.  slight attack ot bronchitis.
MlM •        i-.d of Comaplix,
I. the <uest of Mrs. G>.  Ralph
rence.
Mrs.   J. D uas     returned
from a month', visit to her .Ut
Kelowna.
Mrs. Rob»rt Rom of Three Valley,
is the guest of Mrs. H.N. Phillips of
r irst street.
Mrs. B<oil<tan 'if Craig.Uacbi., was
the guest of Mrs. Haug, of Sixth
street for the past week.
Mr. George Laforme, Columbia
lark, is leaving on Sunday for a few
days visit to Arrowhead.
The Relief so;lety met at ths Y.M.
C.A. Iibrnry on Wednesday afternoon.
Flannel caps were made for the soldiers.
Misses Marlon and Rosamond Lawrence nre spending a few days at
Three Valley, guests of Mr*. A. Rutherford.
A meeting of t.he W.C.T.C. was held
nn Thursday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Dickey. Owing to ths tndla-
I oeltlon of Mrs. Lashley Hall, who
was to have given ths address, Mr*.
.1. W. Stevenson kindly read n paper,
the subject heing "The Christian Message about Prayer,"
Tho hostesses at tho lawn touniH
club courts on Saturday altoruoou,
were Mrs. W. M. Lawrence aud MrB.
Kennedy.
Mr. M. H. Bird of Nolsou, who.ha.
boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. George
McCarter, returned homo on Friduy
morning.
Friends of Hi N. Coursier will retreat to learn thut his condition in
tho ho.pitul shows very little im -
provement.
All those interested in the First Aid
which is being formed will please
meet at the city hall on Monday next
at 8 p.m.
Mr. Carlsou of Albert Oanyou
spent Saturday iu town, und on hia
return took mihh Ruth Llndmark up
to spent a tew days,
Mr. aud Mrs. David Swanny, and
little Duvio, aro at the coust for u
couple of weeks. They will take in
the Vancouver exhibition and visit
Victoria.
Mr, and Mrs. Suvuge uud children
v,ero the guests of Mrs. Alice Lee for
a few duys thiB week. Thoy returned
to their home in Vuucouver on Friduy morning,
Gordon McKay, son of Superintendent John McKay of tho Canadian i'acitic ruilwuy, returned to college on
Wednesday evening. Ue is attending
the Iowa State college ut Ames.
Mr. Roynon Smythe is leaving for
Vuucouver ou Sunday lor u week's
visit uud on his return will bring Mrs
Smythe uud children home. Mrs.
Smythe has spent the past two mouths with her mother.
Rev. J. w. Stevenson weut to
Glacier on Monday to oliiciute ut the
marriage of Mr. A.C. DenuiB, super
intendent of tunnel work, aud Mrs.
Julia N. Harrison. Mr. aud Mrs.
Dennis will spend their houoymoou
ut Winnipeg.
The Ladies Aid of St. John's church
met in thc vestry on Tuesday last.
They purpose holding u series of teu
cent teus, one euch week. Thc first
one is to he held next week ut tho
borne of the president, Mrs. Haug,
of Sixth street.
Harry Mortimer lett for the coust
this afternoon on his way to Victoria
where he will be the best tiiuu for his
triend Dr. Dent, who is to be married
on Monday next. Mr. Mortimer will
be awuy about 10 days and will visit
points of interest at the coast cities.
Mrs. Charles Holten entertained a
number of the yum. n ... . ou Wed -
nesday evening. Seven tables were
mude up for tive hundred, and alter
the refreshments were served dunciug
was indulged in until the smull hourB
of the morning Miss Kathleen Sib-
laid won the ladies prize and Bert
Lawrence the gentlemen's.        _^^^
Mr. and Mrs. Bd. Austin, who for
many years have lived in Revelstoke,
left on Tuesdav last for their new
home in Vancouver. Mr. Austin has
been with the Canadian Pacific railway since construction, first as engineer and then as master mechanic.
He has the distinction of having taken the firBt engine over the line.
The Rebekah dance bas been post -
pone-1 owing to i number of the members being sick. The dance to he held
In the Masonic hall on Monday evening Sept. ', will be under the auspices of the Tango club, instead of Re-
hekahfl as heretofore advertised. Refreshments will be served by the ladies of Rebekah lodge and Rebekah tickets will be honored at tbe door   The
WAR SPECIAL   EMPRESS
THEATRE
This popular theatre has secured
the British iinny liiauneiivm-s. This
picture is especially topical as it, shows
many of the troops now engaged on
the buttle fields of Belgium and
France.
Many of the generals and other dis
dance will start promptly at'.) o'clock
Oil's orchestra Will he In attendance.
Rev. J. T. Ferguson, D.D., waB a
guest at the manse oo Monday.
Hev. J. W. Stevenson attended tho
meeting of Kamloops l'l-eshytery hold
at  Kamloops on Sept.  1  and 2,
Miss   Greenwood,   teuctier  ut   Mala-
|W„   was the guest of Mrs. McArthur  tlngulshed officers  whose   names are
ol] Saturday and Sunday last. now   appearing  on. Ihe  casually  list
and in reports from lhe Ironl are  also
Mr.   H.   A.   Boyd la spending  a  lew j t0   bfl   seen     There   [a  bUre  b0   ,,,,  „
day.  I"  Vernon  visiting  friends  who    gr,eft,   ,|,.1|um(,   ,-,„. Be(Ug  |ll|(1   people
have arrived from New Zealand. areadvUed to oorhe eaily.   This
Mrs   Prank Allien and two ohlldren, Uu» will be shown nexl week,
returned  the  lirst pan   ■■       the  week. I    The Unipress Theal re will B0OW pi
[rom an extended visit In the east.
Ish Columbia.
Herald Office.
Apply Box K., Mnil-
LOST—Ludies Gold Watoh inJt ■all on
front L. I)., ton dollars rowurd it
returned to ss. Third street. S.5.p.
FOR    SALE—Household   Furniture.
Can be seen nt 72 First street. Oil
to the war. Sp.H I'
pie-|
WANTED—Book-keeping by the day,
week or month. Auditing and collecting.   Bo\ :il7, Revolatoko.      tff.
Empress  Theatre
Programme
TO b.A \ ..nd MATINEE Z-M
The Man v\ bo Lost Bnt Won;
great   Imp  will,   Alex.   Garden;
2 part.
Mi. ;.,. ,-v x Legacy. Nestoi
Dead Broke
Texas Oil Well.
MON IMI
Triumph of Mind; in 3 parti
wilb Phillip Hrnalley, Jill   lii-.,,,
The Bolted I)ooi: in ii part*;
with Warren Kerrigan.
Path. Weekly
IiuI'h Allowance.    Frontier.
Tl K.HDAY
A Oood Little Devil; will,
Dear Little Mary Pickford] ;,
pints.
WEDNESDAY
Beaten I'ath; «re»t Eclair in
three parte.
COMING
Next, week the Revelstoke
Motion F'ieturei of the boys
Koing to the Kront.
The Empress Orchestra
the
six
onor
BO
have
hi'i'll
Miss   Myrtle   Trethwey,   who   >hus
been   visiting   her   sister   Mis.   OoUlt-
bard,   returned   tO   her   home   in   Van
couver on Friday afternoon.
Kivil Urquharl is visiting hi« parents lor a lew days until WI. return
io college.   Fred is one ol
young   students   in   whose   h
ina.iy delightful   parties    ^^^^^^
given lately.
Miss Kate Roberts, who has been
Visiting her sister Mrs. II. II. McVity
t.inc-c last October, left, on the inul
night train on 'Thursday evening for
her home in Toronto. She will visit
en route at Strath.nore, Alberta, her
Bister Mrs. Patrick. Miss Roberts hus
made many friends during her stay iu
Revelstoke and will he greatly misB
nl among the younger set. A largn
number of her friends were to the
slat ion  to see her off.
The ^^^^
lures of leading generals and statesmen, Admiral Nelson, Hugs of Britain', allies, and II. M. 0. 8. Rainbow,
also lion. Richard McBride.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Scribblers, pencils,     pencil   boxes,
school   bags,   etc,   (or   starting      the
child to school   it   Macdonald". drug
si.ore.
Hard or Bolt Coal in all sizes for
furnace, stove, or range use. Prices
right at Coursier'., Phone 44.  A26.tf.
TO RENT—A furnished house on Sec-
end street, west, near school. Ap
ply to Mrs. J.P. Kennedy, Cowan
lllock. Sp.."i.n.p.
FOR SALE—A Holstcln Cow, 4 years
old, due to freshen on Sept. ll.   A
line milker, quiet, though not registered is a thoroughbred, Reason
(or selling have too many. Apply
to Box C RevelBtoke, B.C.      It.
The dance given hy the Kevelstoke
Reliel society in the drill hall last
right, was a great success. The hall drug store
was very prettily decorated for the
occasion with Hugs und bunting uud
the supper which was served at midnight was very nice. The sandwiches
which were made ut the home of Mrs.
C. R. Macdonald hy a competent committee, proved delicious, also tha
cakes which were of many varieties.
The music by Orr's orchestra was of
the tinest and many encores were
cheerfully given, Everything in connection     with the dance     was  given
Special  prices on dinner sets
Howson's. t.f.n.p.
School  Books nt  Macdonald's
store.—All the new ones.
Look!   Look!—yes  you  can   if
get those glasses fitted   at J.
Liarber's.
at
drui;
you
Guy
War map of Europe,  25c at   Bcwa'
Slates  and
drug store.
Special  sale
tnhle covers,
Howson's.
pencils   nt   Macdonald's
of curtains,  draperies,
comforters,    etc.,     at
t.f.n.pf
Olycerine  soap,   two  big  cakes  for
25 cents at Macdonald's drug store.
The ludies of the Relief Society will
le pleused to receive old or new mag-
  azines to be sent to the guard, along
gratis, even the moving of thc piano  the Iine8 ol communication.  The lit-
to the ball  by Curtis Bros.,  transfer.   erature may be left at A.K. Kincaid's
c-flice t f
On Tuesduy evening the young  women's     Bible     class of     St.  John's i    ••^yes 0f the World,"     latest     and
church  met. at  the  manse  when Miss   |,est book by Harold Bell Wright, au-
Cathcfinc Little     wus the guest     ol   thor of "The Shepherd of the Hills,"
honor.   The  proceeding.      were   brief    for 8aic at Bews' drug store,
but     most    Interest merrl-'
ment waB caused by the rcudiug     oi DRESSMAKING
cards on which each member bud Miss M. T. Jordon of Toronto, is
written an original wish in rhyme, here prepared to do dressmuking of
Miss Cook, iiresident of the cluss, all kinis. Sutisfaction guaranteed,
then spoken few words expressing For terms, etc., address Miss M. T.
the esteem of the members for Miss j Jordon, 20, Third street, west. Rev
Little and also wishing her much ■ elstoke.
happiness in her future married life ,
end on behulf of the class presented
her with a handsome carving set. Refreshments   were   served.    Miss   Little
has been a faithful member of the ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bible cluss ever since coming to Rev j TO LET—Spacious well lighted offlcea
tlstoKe and the members nre glad to : to let. Apply Forest Mills of B.C.
know she is to make her home here, i    Limited. t.f.n.p.
und  so  may  continue her  work with ■	
them
TO LET—Front room on Third street
about a Mock east o( McKenzie avenue, lentlemsm preferred. Apply
W.S.  In care Mail 1 lerald.-     t.f.n.p.
WANTED—Young Japanese boy wishes situation, P.O. Box 146, City.
Jack. Sep.9 p.
SPRINKLING LAWNS
Notice is hereby given that watei
must only be usee) [oi the above purposes between the hours of 7:110 and
!«:30 in the morning and between the
hours of 7 ami 9 p.m. in thc evening.
The penalties of the water bylaw will
be strictly enforced, as several reports have been lodged where water
ba. bean allowed to run night and
day. Those not complying with this
order will be prosecuted.
Ayer's Pills
Gently Laxative.    Sugar-coated.
Dose, one pill, only one.
Sold for 60 years.
.    ,    x. r.      .   ~ SI Lli,e,,J   il  l„,i'„
Ask Your Doctor.       siaotre.l. Soot.
WANT ADVTS.
A pretty wedding took place at ths
home of Mr. and MrB. Alexander
Little, S^ Third street, eust, lust
Wednesduy evening at six o'clock,
when Miss Catherine Beas Little,
daughter of'Mr. John Little, was united in marriage to Mr. Ernest Henry
Bond oy the Rev. ,J. W. Stevenson,
M.A., B.B. The ceremony was witnessed by only immediate relatives
and friends. The bride looked charming in a lovely gown of blue Bilk
trimmed with a contrasting touch of.
rose shade and having a dainty yoke
end revers of lace. She carried a
loquet of white and pale pink asters
and    carnntions Tbe  bridesmaid ,
Miss Janey Little, cousin of the bride
Aias becomingly attired in a modish
gown of tan crepe de chine with bod
ice and collar ol shadow lace, and
ber boquet was phlox with usters
and sweet peas, Mr. H.C. Wiltln supported the groom. At the conclusion
Of the marring.1 service the company
sat down to a delicious supper after
which a musical evening was enjoyed.
The brtde received many beautitul and
useful presents among them being a
piano from her father, a Morris chair
from the staff of the court bouse,
•vhere Mr. Bond is employed and a
carving aet from the members of St.
John's Girl's Bible class. Mr. and |
Mrs. Bond were generously showered
with rice and Confetti us they left to
take up residence in their home at 20
Third street,  west.
BORN
FOR SALE—Cheap, a baby buggy, in
tirst class condition. Apply 13-2,
Third street, west. t.f.n.p.
FOR RENT—Comfortable well furnished bedrooms for single men, use
of sitting room bath, hot and cold.
—Apply Foreat Mills.       Ag.26.t.f.
WANTED—House in Revelstoke, in
exchange for fruit land in one of the
best valleys in the interior of Brit-
Watchi
THIS BOTTLE I
lowTricesi
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
IBRAMSON i in September S, 1914
to the wife of J. K. Abram.on, a
daughter.
DANCE- On September 3, 1914, to the
wife of W. H. Dance, a .on.
McOULLOUC.H-On September 1, 1914
to the wife of W. McCullough, a
daughter.
THOMPSON- On September 2, 1914,
to the wife of A. W. Thompson, a
daughter.
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.
We announce a Charming Display of
FALL, SHOES
far Evening and 8tre«t Wear
The Smartest Shoes      The Prettiest Shoes     The Loveliest Shoes
Tlie Cleverest Shoes      The Daintiest Shoes
ROYAL SHOE STORE
HOWSON BLOCK

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