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RLVELSTOfcE.  B.C.5SATURDAY, AUGUST M. J9H
$2.50 Per Year
HEARTS OF , AK
IN REVELSTOKE
Troopers of B.C. Horse Appre
ciate Reception at Station
by Citizens
AID EMPIRE TO
ANY EXTENT
Member for Kootenay Returns
to Coast   Assistance to
Mining  Industry
I
R. F. Green, M. P. for Kootenay.
(Ieorge H. Barnard, M.P. for Victor-
la and  l'\   11.  Shepherd M.P,  for Na
The troopers of the 11. 0. Horse
who passed through the city on Wed
nesday     evidently      appreciated    the
splendid  farewell    given  thern  by  the   nuimo,   passed  through  the  city   yes
people .if Revelstoke as shown by the   terday  afternoon    on    their      return
following     postcards  received by tbe  tome after tbe session at Ottawa.
Mall-Herald: I    "The session  was entirely  harmon-
"AugUSt 28,   1914.
"To the People of  Revelstoke:—
"As one of the boys of the 31st 11.
O. H., which passed through your
town last night, I simply can't re-
fruin  from  writing a  line of acknow
ledgement for the kind hospitality
sho\vn us. 1 feel sure that there is
not one of us but will remember Revelstoke w'ith its "fair ones" and tbo
fond good will extended to us aud be
a braver and better man when he getB
to the front.
"A Trooper    in 0  Sqd. :Ust B.C.
Horse."
A second postcard is as follows:
"31st  Reg,   B.C.  Horse.
"We beg to thank you one and all
for the hearty reception shown us
during our short stay  in your city.
"1st Troop 1). Sqd. 31st R.C. Horse
Merritt Detachment.
"The women and men have healts
of oak.
" ln the beautiful city of Revelstoke. "
"Au Revoir."
INSURANCE FOR
VOLUNTEERS
ions," said Mr. Green, "and the
people of Canada as represented by
the members of parliament were de- j
termined that they would go to any
length in the matter of men or mou-
ey that the situation might require."
Mr.  Green says that  though   busl
ness is temporarily quiet in the east'
there  is  no  pessimism.      He  believes
that Revelstoke  has  little  reason to
complain  of  business  conditions      us :
compared with other cities In Canada j
Speaking of the mining situation. |
Mr. Qreen said that the government ',
was anxious to assist in securing the j
reopening of the smelters and in
stimulating the mining', industry. If
the smelters would reopen and hanks
would advance money on the security
of silver deposited the government
had ottered to issue to the banks Dominion   notes of  equal  amount.
Mr. Green enquired as to the construction of the Mount Revelstoke
roud aud expressed satisfaction at
the progress being made.
Col. J. IJ. Taylor, M. P. of New
Westminster, has already returned to
the coast and H.H. Stevens. M.P. of
\ ancouver, is expected to pass
through tbe city  in a day or two.
School Children to
Welcome Volunteers
All teachers and pupils of the High and Public Schools
are urgently requested to assemble at their respective
Schools at 10:30 a.m. sharp, tomorrow, Sunday, for the purpose of marching in a body to the station to welcome the arrival of the Revelstoke Contingent on their way to the war.
Pupils should go to their own class-rooms in their own
Schools and they are specially requested to bring as many
small flags as possible.
DIES SUDDENLY
ON TRAIN
Winnipeg Lady Dies at Craigellachie  While  Returning
From Holiday Tour
Sarah Mulvey, wife of Robert Mul
vey, died suddenly on train No. 14
this morning near Craigellachie, of
heart failure. The body was taken oft
the train at Revelstoke and taken tc
R.  Howson  & Co.'s  undertaking pnr-
i lors and will be shipped to Winnipeg
; i n the midnight train.
Mrs.  Mulvey who was 70 years      of
'age.  was returning to  ber home     in
i Winnipeg with   her  husband  after    a
1 oliday tour.
ST. JOHNS
TOURNAMENT
Singles and  Doubles     Lawn
Social to be Held—Grounds
Illuminated
FAREWELL TO    IREVELSTOKE
B. C. HORSE     CONTINGENTS
A tournament will be held by the
St. John's tennis club beginning on
Tuesday next. The events will iu
elude ladies and gentlemen's singles,
(or which prizes will be awarded aud
ladies and gentlemen's doubles.
A lawu social will be given in connection with the tournament and the
i rounds will be illuminated.
In the tournament each player will
1 lay every other player, the total of
games to count.
Public Meeting Calls on  City
Council to Act   Committee
Appointed
COMPLETE ROAD
NEXT MONTH
Five German Battleships
Sunk in North Sea
Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars
Provided for  Bitulithic
Pavement  Work
At a  representative  meeting of  the
business men of thc city, held in the
city  hall on  Thursday  afternoon,    it ! 	
was unanimously decided to adopt tbe
nuggestion made editorially by the At a sPecial meeting of the city
Mail-Herald in Wednesday's issue and council held on Wednesday evening,
on motion of Rev. C. A. Irocunicr a arrangements were made to secure for
resolution was passed asking the city the Warren Construction company, a
council to insure the lives of all resi- loan of $25>O00 from the Molsous
dents of Revelstoke who go to tbe bank to enuble the company to pro-
front to an amount not exceeding ceed ut once with the construction of
J10UO. It was also decided to present hitulithie pavement, ou McKenzie av-
to each car of the troop train pass- mue and First street.
Hng through the city on Thursday, a H. McKinnon, mayor, said that the
box of apples and a collection for Warren Construction company asked
that purpose was taken up, the sum lor an extension of time until ne.it
of over 531  being subscribed. May  owing  to  the  existing  financial
A committee   consisting of    Mayor conditions.   They had tried to obtaiu
McKinnon,   Rev.  C.  A.  Procunier,  A. " loan from     one of the     bunks but
K.   Kincaid.    Rev.   W.   Lashley    Hall, could not  get it.        The bank     had
Rev. Q. W. Stevenson, S. Sutherland, promised to give them the necessary
R.  Howson aud  W.A.  Foote was   el- credit  hut had  withdrawn its assist-
ected to act with a ladies committee unce owing to     the pieseut financial
London,   Aug.   2S
battle is reported in  tbe North Sea.
Five German battleships     were    des.
troyed.
The Germans are retiring all along
the line.
An Indian princess has given $?.,-
"OO.iKlii for use of British troops at
the front.
BRILLIANT   VICTORY.
London. Aug. -28.—With ull the
courage and fearless enterprise that
distinguished our old otlicers, who
many times went into the very-
jaws of the enemy, Rear Admirals
Beatty, Christian and Moore, have
conducted the combined operations,in
the fight off Heligoland, where the enemy had all its strength at command
The triumph was complete. The German light cruisers Mains and another
of the Koeln class and u third whose
name is unknown have been destroyed as well as two destroyers. The
tale is not complete.
Evidently a concerted attack was
planned just as our old seamen would
in all matters of relief in connection   conditions.      Tbe    Muyor  hud    inter- ' a" Planned if to beKin at dark n,ld
viewed the manager of     the Molsons reacn itB decisive point at dawn. Thc
hank who had promised that if     the ""aching   forces      was   the   Atlantic
bonds to be paid to the Warren  Con- ,irst  enlisor squadron,  the  light cru-
Structlon company were deposited   in 13er  squadrons  and  destroyers      and
the bank as security and if the War- submarine flotillas were engaged.
with the war.
At a subsequent meeting of thc committee Mr. Foote was elected president, H. V. Morgan secretary and R.
Howson treasurer, and it was decided
the
for
to ask the lad'ies to attend to
matter of purchasing the apples
the troops,
T. Kllpatrlck was elected chairman
of the meeting and H. V. Morgan secretary. A discussion followed as to
the steps that should be taken by
the people of Revelstoke to Bhow
their appreciation of the patriotism
of those residents of the city who had
volunteered for active service.
W. A. Foote advocated     the insur-
ren Construction company transferred   rear ■1<lmir"' Bcatty the youngest tlag
its account to the Molsons hank that
the hunk would make an udvance of
$25,001). The Warren Construction
kOmpany was not anxious to go on
with tho work at thc present time.
It was for the council to say whether
it would aid in securing the money
or whether it would grunt the com-
I any an extension of time. Kvery -
thing was torn up now, and the
streets were in a serious mess.
A great naval of news concerning the land wurfuro
in Kurope. The French war otliee is-
fued tonight a statement thnt the sit-
-...it i.■ 11 along 'its lines ou Friday was
the same ns it was on Thursday, adding that the Germans appear to
have slackened their march. There
was no news from England nnd there
was no official wires concerning the
lighting on land.
One of the most important announcements of yesterday was made
by the Marquis of Crewe, in the
house of lords. It was to the effect
that England would draw the native
forces in India to reinforce her armies  in  Europe
The German forts at Tsing Suai fired at two Japanese cruisers necon-
noitering oil the forts. One of the
cruisers is said to have been dumug-
(d.
A Belgian town of fiO.OOn inhabitants and with many historic buildings is reported to have been burned
I.y the Germans as an act reprisal,
alleging that Belgian citizens fired on
Germans, The Belgians claim, however, that the people of Louisvan did
not comit the hostile acts charged,
nnd that it was the Germans them
selves who fired on their fellow coun
trymen.
Because  of  the  non-payment  of      a
war levy of a 10,000,000 the Germans
it is  said   threaten   to  seize  the  fain-
i us objects of art  in Brussels.
Advices from Chinese coast cities
leport the sinking il German tor
pedo Hoat destroyer and seizure by
the allies of various Qerman merchantmen  prizes
Dense and Enthusiastic Throng
Wishes Good Luck to
Lusty Troopers
(Hie of tlie largest crowds and one
of the scenes of the greatest enthusiasm ever witnessed in Revelstoke occurred at the Canadian Pacific railway station on Thursday evening,
'when a special troop train containing
-I'.Hi officers and men of the B. C.
Horse passed through the city from
Kamloops on its way to Val Cartier
en route to the war.
Long before the arrival of the train
the st. ition was crowded with men
women and children so that the
throng was almost impenetrable. The
ii. Verdi and the city bands were
present and suluted the arrival and
departure ol the train with patriotic
airs. Songs were sung, cheers rang
out, Hags were waved aud colored
fires burned and the scene was one of
extraordinary enthusiasm.
Among the troopers on the train
was Robert Blair, formerly of Revelstoke, who was given a stirring tare-
well. On the shoulders of his friends
he was chaired through the dense
throng which cheered him loudly as
1 e passed followed by an enthusiastic
bodyguard and carrying a large bonnet ot Mowers presented to bim at
tin-  station.
The troopers were a splendid body
of men and seemed delighted with
theii recept'.on. They cheered Revelstoke, gave their regimental war cry
and shoi ii bands with everyone -within reach as the train pulled out of the
station.
The Ladies Relief society gave a
1 ox of apples to each car aud the
troopers   were   the  recipients  of many
gifts oi Bowers, tobacco   and   other
personal tributes.
Will   Pass  Through  City  Tomorrow   Morning   on
Way to Front
CITY WILL
INSURE LIVES
The    Revelstoke continf  nt    of   the
Rocky   Mountain   Rangers  for  service
I at the front     are     expected to pass
e through  the  city  on   Sunday,   except
a few   wlio may remain until Monday.
A telegram from F.T. Griffith to B,
K. Blacklock received today says:
"AU Revelstoke boys except myseU
will  go east on No.  2 on Sunday."
Orders were received last night at
Kamloops by Col. Vicars for the des-
j.-.'.-li of the following units of the
lOJnd R.M.R. regt.
Forty non commissioned officers
and men will leave by the Imperial
Limited on Saturday morn'ing under Major Moberly, forty will leave
i v thc same train ou Sunday morning
under Lieut Ford and forty on Monday  morning under  Lieut.  Ashton.
Vi. Dance who is now in thc city has
received a telegram from Lieut. Grant
informing him that his contingent
leaves Kamloops on the Imperial
Limited on Monday morning and ordering him to be at the Revelstoke
station at noon on Monday. Tl
the last contingent f..-r the front.
Grant says.
Joseph Howson has telegraphed
that he  leaves  K -m   Sunday
morning's     Imperial     Limited      for
Quebec.
ACCEPTED FOR
ACTIVE SERVICE
Rocky Mountain Rangers to be
Recruited for Service
in  Colonies
W. B. Dance who has been acce; ted
to go to the front with tne overseas
Wili Enquire From Government contingent   arrived m the city   on
Best Method of Placing
Policies
i Thursday night on leave until tbe
I contingent passed through Revelstoke
I for the front.
Those who have been accepted from
The city council at its meeting last   Revelstoke  for     service abroad,    are
officer ulloat, commanding the      first
battle  cruiser    squadron,   comprising
'.he     Lion     (flag ship(  Queen  Mary,
I rincess Royal and New Zealand, fell
the opportunity and honor, which will
make him and his officers the enemy
of the whole fleet.
BATTLE OF HELIGOLAND
Londjn,      Aug.   '2".— The    tleet     of
Jreat Britain and Germany at last
The have come to grips and according to
ancc of the lives of the troops for <-ity solicitor had prepared an agree- reports victory lay with the British
the benefit of any relatives or de- ment between the city and the com. in a battle of the island of Hcllgo-
pendnuts that they left behind and pany. The company was to take land in the North Sea yesterduy. The
thought that some further testlmon- bonds at par in payment for the work Germans were reported to huve lost
ial to the soldiers should be made. und was to repay the 185,000 with two cruisers and torpedo boats sunk.
Rev. C. A. Procunier urged that interest out of the proceeds of tbe While another of their cruisers and
some expression of good   will should   bond sale. many destroyers were badly battered   lutlon wus passed instructing the city
be given to those who had started on Aid. Pri.dolini asked if W6.000 ir a fight with the British warships, plumbing inspector to Inspect all
their dangerous mission. Something would be enough to enable the com- lhe British claim not to have suffer-: tnpH aml plumbiM and notify house-
more tangible should also be done, pany to finish the work. ed the loss of a single vessel and de-
he said, and he approved of the sug- The mayor said that the company clared that the fatalities on hoard 1,0,tlerB to mftke an' r(,Palrs '°"nd
geBtion that the city should insure declared that the money would be the vessels of their fleet were small, i neceSfmry' I
the lives of the soldiers. Apart from sufficient. They needed only sufficient lhe Germans were not stated. I The aldermen said that enormous
othei considerations it would be an to meet the payroll. The company The island of Heligoland, which lies quantities of water were being wnst-
eeonomlo investment as the money would only obtain tbe money on pro- ofl the mouth of the rivers Elbe and e*j owing to defectivo plumbing. An-
would come back to tbe cfity. He be- gress estimates by the city engineer. Weser always have been regarded ae
lieved that it would ne a pleasure to j Aid. Bell favored advancing the a point of great stragetic, valued for
co-operate in providing for the future money if the city was amply protect- the protection of the Kaiser Welhm
of the dependants of those going to ed. canals nnd otherwise In the naval de- "MUng machines. Aid. Bell sug-
t.he front and suggested the appoint-| Aid. Needham said that he had not f< nee of Germany. i gested that city should be divided lament of a permanent committee to (hanged his opinion. He favored hold- Recent reports had it that a large to two sections, Monduy being made
attend to this and any other conting- ing thc company to Its contract. part of thc flower of the German official washing day in one eection
rncy that might arise, I Aid. Hell thought thut it might be t uvy lay In thc waters adjacent to and Tuesday In the other section, so
A. B. McOleneghan urged that some   found that on account of war      the  the    mouths   of   the F.lbe and Weser as to prevent excessive strain on the
« i»nd thc Kaiser Wilhelra canal. ! water supply when ull
(Continued on Rage Five) I (Continued on Page Fiv. |    Aigatn last night there was pmcity  ihines are tunning.
Householders Must
Repair Leaky laps
| The question of the civic water sup-
I ly was discussed on Wednesday evening hy the city council and a rcso-
otber source of  waste of water   waa
said to he the use of water motors on
wushtng ma
night decided to insure the lives of
Revelstoke volunteers on active service abroad and after an informal discussion of vurious topics adjourned at
10:30 p.m. to inspect citizens' gardens with a view to finding out those
who were allowing their lawn sprinklers to pluy after the stipulated hours.
Those present ut the meeting were
11. McKinnon, mayor, aud Aids. McSorley. Needham, Bell and Smythe.
A committee consisting ol Rev. A.
E. Stevenson, T. Kilpatrick, A. ES,
Kincaid, W. A. Foote, and R. Howson uddressed the city council asking
it to place insurance on the Uves >f
volunteers for the war. in pursuance
of the recommendation of the recent
public meeting. Mr. Kincaid explained that the additional war premium
was $.".i), but that he would charge no
commission and would pay all inc'i-
dental expenses
Aid.  Bell expressed     himself
lavor of the  proposal   if  it   did    not
become so gigantic a proposition that
the city coiiiu i  ,t out.
Mr. Foote pointed out that it
would cost ii.ore for the city to keep
thc families ol the volunteers thun
to place the insurance.
Mr. Kilpatrick said that it was the
duty of the council to maintain the
indigent. The insurance would protect tbe corporation. It was necessary now to stay with the war if it
cost all we had and our lives us well.
We must light to the end, he said.
Canadians were loyal. He thought
that the demonstration at the station showed the feeling of the people
The Mayor said that, he thought the
scheme a good one, hut he wished to
know if It was the intention to Insure also the lives of those on service
in Canada and whetber the insuranco
wub to apply to any living outside
tbe city.
Mr. Kincaid said that thc intention
was to insure ,'hose from the city going on active service only.
The Mayor thanked Mr. Kincaid forlf
his ofler to waive commission. He g
thought that all tbe council were in B
favor .if the proposal. The amount 9.
called for Would be small and the city |gi
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thirty in number, he says, and include:
A. Vi. Amies.
A.  G.  Duck.
John  Edgar.
A.  Fulton.
C. D.  Hamilton.
Joseph'Howsou.
C.  F.  Reede.
A.  Spencer.
H.  Turner.
J.  Candy.
Vi.   B.   Dance.
('. Watson.
J. Boyle.
E. Quintln.
II.  Gray.
Th" '.titer members of thl Rocky
Mount ::. Rangers who went to
Kamloops will stay with the regi-
ment at that place until further orders. The regiment will be raised to
full strength, for garrison service in
the colonies.
(in Monday night the citizens of
• ■■ ell smoker to
the Rocky Mountain Rangers and the
British Columbia Horse and on Tuesday  a   b.rje dance   Wal  given   m   their
honoi i he Revetsti ke company
camped m the old coi rent .nei board
■ '1 .i- •!;•  ' Jrand Paclfl ■ la.tei.
L- ■ speech  made in Kamloops   by
Lieut.-C.il. Vlckers, lie stated that
the Rocky Mountain Banters was one
of the finest bodies ol men on the
continent   todai   and   tlmt   be     would
gladly eii. leeading bia beloved rangers at the front.
Tli.- Revelstoke volunteers are proving t,, be "\eeiient shots.
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"THE   BUG \K   BOWL "
Th* contest for the Free
Trip to Vancouver unit gold
watch clos-s Saturday night
and will be drawn for on
Monday evening at * o'clock.
Look for ymir numbers in
our windows.
GET  IT AT
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THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY,  ADC.nST 29, IffWV'   *■
.'KD'-RWOOO   A   UNOE^V. VOO.   '>    *»
COUNT VON MOLTKE. COMMANDER OF GERMAN ARMY
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-Fishina: Supplies, Rifles, etc.
KITCHEN NECESSARIES-Refrigerators, Freezers. m
DRIVING COMFORTS—Lap Robes and Dusters.
All to be had at
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing       Tinsmithing       Electric Supplies
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The New Edison Phonograph
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Stop Paying Rent! !
What rent you pay annually will buy I  •  b
ini; material, in the lower grades, for a
sized house.    Call and see our stock ol
in number two and three grades'
Globe Lumber Company, Limited.
ONCE RESIDENT
OF REVELSTOKE
Late John Hamilton Was Train
Dispatcher Here-Prominent Citizen
SAM MccTVlAHON
General Blackimith
Light and heavy W... and heavy
Sleighs. Buggies. Cutters. Plow,  Harrow.
Farm Implements. Waifon. mad. ..nd rtp.ir.ri
Agent for John Dears and Company and International Harvester Co
Farm Implements
HO.H SHOEING * SPSCIALTV RCVtLSTOKe,  BC
A prominent figure in Nelson's public life nnd one of the old timers of
the city in the person of John Hamilton, local freight agent for the Canadian I'acitic railway, chairman of the
haard of school trustees and formerly
mayor of the city, died at an early
hour yesterday morning, says Tuesday's Nelson Daily News. News of
the death came as a shock to the
business community of Nelson and to
the many friends of the late Mr.
Hamilton, who had been a resident
of the city for the past 23 years.
Right up till Saturday Mr. Hamilton
had attended to his duties apparently in the best of spirits and daily
visited his suiniv.er home on the West
\rin,  upending the nights there.
Mr. Hamilton was one of the oldest
employes In point of length of service
on the British Columbia division ol
the Canadian Pacilic railway, having
entered the service of tbe company in
1S85. He was horn in St. Mary's,
Ont., March --'7, 1857 and after leaving
school identified himself with railroad work. With the construction of
the Canadian Pacific railway be
came west and in 188(5 was despatcher
at Donald, then tbe terminus of the
first Canadian transcontinental road
With the advancement further west
of the steel Mr. Hamilton was
transferred to Revelstoke and then
Nelson as train despatcher after the
completion of the Kootenay St. Columbia road from Robson on the Ar-
iow lakes to Nelson. In 1901 he was
appointed local freight agent.
During his residence here he has always been identified with thc public
life of the city. He was one of the
original organizers of tbe Nelson Liberal association and as early in the
history of the city as 1901 he sat as
an alderman on the city council which
was presided over by Frank Fletcher
as mayor. He served again as alderman in 19M during the regime of the
same mayor, and in 1903 was re-elected to the council with Mayor W. O.
Rose. In 1904 he was re-elected to
1 the mayoralty.
In  MM:! .he was elected to the school
' board and this year he became chairman.
The late Mr. Hamilton is survived
by his widow and one son, Dr. J.H.
Hamilton of Revelstoke.
i The late Mr. Hamilton was telegraph operator for the Canadian Pa-
(ific railway at Craigellachie, a point
a short distance tothe west of Revelstoke, on the occasion ol the driving
of the L'olden spike by Sir Donald
Smith, afterward Lord Strathcona,
which marked the completion of the
railwii' from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
H.^ was one eif the prime movers in
Nelson   lodge  No. 4%  A.F.   & A    M.
i.iiviriL- been thc first master ol    ths
liter .ts   .iriMnization and   was
principal    in    the  Royal   \r,-h
'  *his city.
•  . .      ice on Wed-
.• j .'       lock from
residi Victoria
-•     Paul's     .'
Tr.e funeral  services  will  be
i   the auspices 'e'  Hei-
•  - dge,
• mc   n.Hny   expressions    of
.;».,-.      wet
from I I the
...     .,  , .      ...
well     . .-   •
■   ■ ■ i
«...    •.     Ki ..
ie city,
if     1
■
ied
Many Present at
Hamilton Funsral
the Preshyterfan church, where Rev.
Or. J. T. Ferguson and Rev. B. S.
Logic spoke highly ol the late Mr.
Hamilton both as a private citizen
and in public life. The casket was
piled high with flowers and many
magnificent wreaths nnd other floral
Offerings. The pallbearers, who are
all past masters of the local Masonic
lodge, of which Mr. Hamilton was
the first master, were: George Johnstone, D.G. Kurtz, G.H. Keycs, George W. Steele, R.A. Crease and J.H,
Lawrence.
Kitchener's Novel
Army Postcard
With a view to closing up all news
leakage, Lord Kitchener has had issued tield service cards for use by soldiers. Their brief essential news must
be restricted to leaving uncancelled
the printed sentences on those cards
. which say what, applies to them.
"Nothing is to be written on this
j except the date and signature of the
sender. Sentences not required may
be erased, lf anything else is added
tlie postcards will he destroyed."
THE  MAXIMUM NEWS  "LETTER."
Then   follow  the   printed   sentences:
"1  am  quite well."
"I have been admitted Into the hos
pital  sick."
"I  am getting on well."
"I  am  wounded,      but      hope to he
[ discharged soon."
"1 am being sent down to the base."
;'I   have   received  your  letter    tele-
grain,  parcel."
"A letter follows at thc first opportunity."
"I have received no letter from you
lately  nor for a long time."
THK, GKRMAN OBSESSION
Montreal Witness: Another psycho
logically strange obsession ol thc Germans in their unanimous conviction
that they can force and conquer thc
whole world, though, of course, they
would have preferred to smash Franco
and Russia lirst, and Oreat Britain
later. They may bc right in this. If
so, it is evident that they have long
been consciously bent as a people on
a plan of world subjugation— that
they have only been waiting till the
pressure grew high enough in their
unprecedented war engine to have
it break forth ou the world with irresistible force. But the idea ol the
rest of thc world is that this is one of
those community notions which no
member of a community could hold
alone, but which each holds, and cannot help holding, wh«n backed by the
I est of his nation. At all events the
world agrees with them that this i6
the kaiser's war, and the German
kaiser is under the reprobation of all
mankind as having burled the advancing world hack into the horrors of
barbarism, under the idea that man
is still governed by force. What is
i heerful is that the world feels instinctively that the days of force are
over, and that the mispion of this Infamous war is to bring them to an
i nd in those countries where the rule
.ef  force  survives.
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 ■£& Son
First Street. Telephone No. 93
Agents for Consumers' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
Adveitlsements
IN
THE  MAIL-HERALD
BRING RESULTS
• ■
■
■
The    M
'   I
graphers, 'ef which the 1st
■  member, were repi
the formei
■ and full itreDgtt and  '
er by  many  member"    '
the rity Council and  the school board
tion.    The   Nelson   Libers
were   also   present,   while   large   nurn-
h.'iM joined the cortege nt st paul'i
Presbyterian rlmrrh, where ii.-v k.
h.  i.ogie conduct-id the fun<sn
vices.
Rev.    Mi,    Munro   of   Phofinl!       was
present to represent the |'resl.,tery
Of   Kootenay.
The   cortege    proceeded from   the
family residence on Vlrtorla Htreetto
Causes Much Disease
Advice about Stomach Troubles
and Mow to relieve them.
lie i't   neglect  Indignation, for it
mi s i'"i'l i" nil eorta ui ills and eoui-
pltaatious.    An   eminent   phy.~iri.iii
dd ili.ii niiH-iy-iivr per rent "f
nil   in     Ilui ■■   linn   origin   in  a dl>-
orderod itomach.
i '.a  e ,|„ rienco with Rexall !)>.—
i ■ |. 11   i .iiele i- Ir.i.ls ui to behove
th. in i.i 111 hi f the most ■! .j. in l.i l ilr
remedial   ,vn (nr Indigestion nnd
chronic dyspepsia. Tin.a im/rrili-
etiN are .-nullum' to the inflamed
iinniliiiiii■- e.i the stomach. Kich
in Pepsin nnd Bismuth, two of the
live .lids known to
tnodii im . ilie n lief tin . nlfnid is
very prompt l ■ ■! pen utently and
regularly (nr o ihorl time, they tend
to relieve poina caused by stoiuiuli
Ri * ill   Dyspepsia   Tablets   help
i.|.e iii'    aid dlgM-
eie.i■.   nnd   promote   nutrition.   As
.' eee.r  f nth in tin III, WC :11k
it out ri-K      lf tliey
i .or.  satisfaction, are
i   money y,ii paid uh
formality. Three
. .'.ml $1.00,
i \ i   |.e psia Tablets
• our .loi.
WALTER   BEWS.
RsvelStSeka British Columbia
Th. %wJttS*int
Tier* i" s Het.lt nisiw In ateeetrty .rety town
.n't   ealy  in   Ik.   Iinit><]   HUtAI.  Csosds  soil
Oriel   Britain,    'lli.tn   u   .   different   ll'iill
ltrine.lt U.r r.e.rly .eery ordinary human ill—
SMh  especially  tln.ignerl  for   tlie  pftrtieulM  Ul
lit whisb it is renomm^nlleKt.
Th* keiall Morel art AaMrtea's Oreo-tut
Drug Morw
Buy Irrigated
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WHIM    I OR   I HIT
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STINE « KENDRICK
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Rifles! Rifles!
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and
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Ammunition, Fishing Tackle and all
Sporting Goods .
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U/AI\U/\II10 Mowers,  Garden   Tools.
Screen Doors, Windows and other Summer  Goods
Sherwin Williams Faints, Varnishes, etc.
McLary's Malleable and Cast Ranges and Furnaces
Crockery and Glassware
Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables
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Biwfnffl
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IN HEART OF CITY
HOTEL SAVOI
SEATTLE
"Twelve Storlfliol Solid Comfort"
In the centre of tlitniji—thontrca
and stores on both siiits. Bul hi in*
aboiutoly fireproof—conoretetsteel
nnd marble,
EUROPEAN PLAN—SI per tin) up
With Baths—S2 per duy up
WESTERN FLOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
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ERLAND G.  HADCW
B.  0. Land Surveyor
Office, Room 1, Lawrence
Hardware Block
REVELSTOKE,  B.C.      J.31p
H.    W.    EDWARDS.
Taxidermist.
Bear Rugs Mounted. Furs cleaned
and Dressed.
85 Second Street, Revelstoke,B.C.
The crops are  good in the  Bulkley
valley.
The cow bylaw in Rossland will he |
amended.
No permanent decline in mining is
possible.
Sunday    baseball    is nourishing iu
Abbotslord.
A new hall    has
Cumberland,
heen    opened
The city  of  Calgary  has  J.-Jlr>  men
on the payroll.
KOOTENAY LODGE, No. 15 A.F.
and A. M.
Regular Meetings are held In
New Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday in each month at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
WALTER BEWS,  W. M.
ROBT.    GORDON,    Secretary.
C. 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.
JAMES McINTYRE,  C.C.
H.   W. EDWARDS, Clerk.
COURT    MT.    BEGBIE NO. 3461
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in St. Francis Lodge Room
every Second and Fourth Monday
ln  month.      Visiting  brethren are
cordially  welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
G.W.   CARTWRIGHT.   Rec.-Sec.
TAX SALE
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
new  owner    ol NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell hy public auction the land or
Improvements or real property iu the Municipality of     the City of Revel-
Frank  M.  O'Brien  isa  notary  pub,   Btoke, B. 0., given in the schedule hereunder,  for     delinquent   taxes uud
lie at Skeena  Crossing. I subsequent taxes, on Monday the   14th day of  September,    1914,  at the
The    cut   worms   have  chewed      up   h"m'  °'   ,2  °'clock  uoou'  in the  Uity Hal1'  Re^toke, B.O.,,  unless the
tbe grass around Kaslo. arrears of taxes,  interest and costs   ure sooner paid:
('.  I''.   Hayes  is  th
the Creston Review.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12
I. 0. 0.  F.
Meets every  Thursday  evening  in
Selkirk   Hall at S o'clock.  Visiting  brethren  cordially invited.
A. G. DUCK, X. G.
JAMES MAT!UK, Secretary.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday
evening at >k., in Selkirk
Hall. Visiting brothers
cordially invited.
H. KBMPSTER, C. C.
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL ORDER
OF .MOOSE
Meets every Becond
and Fourth Tuesday
in  Che Selkirk Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.
Dr. McLEAN, Die.   H.L. HAUG, Sec,
JOHN LEE
LADIES' TAILOR
—Dealer in
SILK GOODS and FANCY
THINGS.
(Prettiest Designs)
DRES8MAKINC.'    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,    -   Revelstoke, B  C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42    -   Night Phone85
It is not a mark of breeding
to write visiting cards . . . .
Let thc oMail-Herald
put you right. The
price will not wreck
your exchequer. We
print in the best  style
The marble quarry it Lardo has
shut  down  owing  to  the  war.
Mill-hards store at Three  Folks  was
burglarized a few nights ago,
There are over 2100 hotels and
rooming houses In San Francisco.
Auto trucks are having much
freight from Merritt to Princeton.
The canning factory at Wilmer is
putting  its  product on the market.
The Granby will resume operations
before loan In the Boundary district.
The G.N. ralilway carries grain from
Molson to the coast for $4,25 a  ton.
Another good dredge will be put to
work on the Lardo river at Gold-
biU.
The Great Northern railway will
be running    trains into   Merritt this
fall.
The demand for coal at Frank a
few days ago was greater than the
supply.
Not a single survivor remains ot
those who fought in the buttle of
Waterloo,
Mrs. Grant  King  is applying  for a
liquor license for the Kinc  hotel    nt
Ainsworth.
Large quantities of tomatoes and
i licumbers are being shipped from
Duck creek.
The British Columbia government is
investigating the prospects for oil on
Iraharo island.
A long tunnel is heing driven on the
Gallagher mine ut Ainsworth by
Spokane people.
This month considerable placer gold
wus brought into Hazelton from the
Ingenica district.
North America produces more than
two-thirds of the entire copper output of the world.
George Murhard of Three Forks,
was recently married in Xew Denver
co Mrs. K.  E.  Pengelly.
For obtaining board and lodging
under false pretences at Aiinsworth,
Con O'Neil was sent 30 days to Jail.
The Canadian Pacific railway has
given a special rate to truit packers
who wish to work in the Okanagan
orchards.
There will soon be a famine in copper in Kurope. The price ol the red
metal may goto 23 cents u pound
within three months.
A German syndicute hus bought 75
coal sections on the Copper River, in
the Skeena district. The deal was
made in ante-bellum days.
Charged with breaking into the
store at the N'iekle Plate mine, an
Austrian was arrested In Hedley laBt
week, and sent to Kamloops for trial
Although the outside pupers have
had the Greenwood smelter shut down
for several months, our meal ticket
did not quit smoking until last Sunday.
Last week Murdock Mclntyre shipped 19,000 pounds of live hogs Irom
Merritt to Vancouver, for which he
received seven and a quarter cents a
pound, live weight.
The Kootenay Central railway between Golden and the Crow road near
Fort Steele will be finished this fall.
The road iB I Ho miles long and runs
through a  very fertile valley.
H. Rolston, manager of the British
Columbia Telephone company, in
Grand Forks has beeu transferred to
Kamloops. He ig succeeded in the
Forks by H. I.unney of Greenwood,
one of the most genial and obliging
telephone managers in Hrifish Columbia.
Liesui i|,i ion
Astebbtd I lu ner -r"
Beaaley, Mis. M.B 20
Nam ,~nii;     6
TuXi s lo Lie.      .      .
llialiM    lo ,u
— I  ,     , ,     e^     , 111   11M !> (T-
D.ili- i il  SaU'      '
McLeod, John 	
McLeod,   John  	
Lewis, F. 1)	
Lewis, F. B	
Coughlin,  Mrs.   11.1-:.
Coughlin, Mrs.  H.B.
... 9
...10
...15
...16
... 1
... 2
Osborne,    Mrs.  W.B.  ... 2
Stacey,    Mrs.  K   2
fcirrlanni,   Pete     5
Twanzuk, Majk   4
D'Arcangelo, fl. & F. ...  1
D'Arcangelo,   F   2
Wilke3,   0.   J 12
McMahon,   Sam     1
McMahon,   Sam   2
Smith,   Robert    8
Turnross,   Chas    11
Turnross,  Chus 12
Hansen, Mrs. c. K. (E 77-
 24
Robs,   Mrs.   Jane    24
Ross, Mrs.  Jane  25
Interior  Puhg.   Co    14
Barraclough,   E   2
Barraclough,   E  3
Brown, Wm   1
Brown, Win  2
Wuh  Chung      7
t aley,  Robert  14
Caley, Robert 15
Caley,   Mrs    John    16
Caley,  Mrs.   John   17
Culey,  Mrs.   John   18
Doll,    L.   H    3
Johnson, August, estutc 7
Johnson, August, estate 8
Johnson, August, estate 9
Peterson,    P.  A    1
Wah    Chung    4
I'errin, Mrs.  Jules    7
Perrin.  Mrs.  Jules     8
Roussell,    Thomas   14
Field, Chas. M   6
Field,   Chas.   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.1Lawson,B.A.  1
Elson,  Mrs.   Wm   6
Lewis,   F.  B   5
Morgan, Joseph   ....  9
Edwards,  N.  T    7
Edwards,    Mrs.   Addie..  8
McMahon,   Mrs.   H   3
McMahon, Sam    4
Anderson,  John  Estate.   8
Gibbons,  Rand     2
Gibbons,   Rund       3
Johnson, Arthur     1
Johnson, 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. Mne    3
Bradley, Mrs. Mae    4
Bradley,   E.   A 12
Lund, 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
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5
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636a
636a
536 a
636 v
636a
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636B
636b
636n
636B
636e
536k
636F,
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636
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636
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636\
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636c
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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
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41
44
44
48
48
48
48
48
48
49
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55
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ol August,  1914.
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
15G.54
165.76
100.34
104.36
19.56
23.18
136.80
47.62
71.88
202.18
153.04
116.96
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
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
2.83
3.06
8.22
4.10
5.16
10.87
8.57
7.36
6.30
6.50
11.05
3.55
3.56
6.70
3.90
3.90
3.95
3.45
3.85
3.35
3.50
4.95
3.90
5.20
3.95
3.60
3.45
5.90
3.45
5.00
3.90
6.70
10.85
11.20
5.05
4.90
3.80
5.10
4.50
4.90
3.85
5.05
3.30
7.55
4.70
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
121.48
88.04
104.91
54.20
50.5'i
118.11
72.17
147.82
73.57
96.11
52.87
10.75
58.16
45.95
167.52
175.04
106.74
110.94
22.45
26.24
145.02
51.72
77.04
213.05
161.61
124.32
103.20
111.00
224.15
38.45
38.56
113.65
46.21
46.22
47.02
35.79
43.89
33.35
36.24
107.74
48.19
78.06
46.56
40.49
36.09
94.37
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.
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to $9.00, double barrel from S12.00
to $40.00
RIFLES Winchester. Remington, and
Ross from S15 to $30
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Western.    Recognised  as  the best
Shells made
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It'sgt
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Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
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Work
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REVELSTOKE      -      -    B.C.
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(H ments must positively be
li handed into this office by
UH Monday evening in order that
the change shall appear in
Wednesday's issue, and any
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SYNOPSIS   OF COAL  MIKING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining rights ol the Dominior.
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
terta, the Yukon Territory, the'
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province of Bi itisb Columbia, may be issued for a term ot
twenty-one years at an annual rent
tl of $1 au acre. Not more than
2,5(30 acres will be leased to one applicant.
Application for lease iiiust bc made
hy the applicant in person to tbe
Agent or Sub-Agent of the district
in which tbe rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee nui>
be permitted to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be con-
fidered necessary for the working of
the mine at the rate of 810.00 ac.
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
te described by sections, or lega'
sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by the applicant himself.
Each application must he accompanied by a fee of iZ which will be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
royalty shnll be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of five cents per ton.
The person operating the mine shal*.
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the lull (junntity ot
merchantable coal mined and pay tbe
royalty thereon II the coal mining
rights are not heing operated, such-
returns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For   full    information    applicatior
should be made to the   Secretary of
the Department of the   Interior, Ot
tawa, or to the Agent or Sub-Agent
of Dominion Lands.
W. W. COR?. PAGE FOUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914.
Zhc fl&atl-lheralb
1 1 BLI8HBD   WEDNESDAY   AN1>
BATVHDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE,   B, C
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1912,
ADVERTISING RATES
Local Reading Notices and Business
Locals lu cents per line each insertion
Minimum local ad charges 25 cents,
Display advertisements 2.*"> cents per
inch each insertion, single column.
Legal advertising ot any form, also
Government and Municipal Notices 10
cents per line first insertion and S
centi per lino subsequent, insertions,
: Mowing 10 lines t.e the Inch,
Applications tor Liquor Licenses $5,
Applications for Transfer of Liquor
Licenses $7.50,
'il prospecting notices .$7..">0.
Land Purchase Notices.  J".
v> iter Application Notices, up to
,'" words, ST '• i, over 100 words in
I roport Ion,
-^.s»j,a«!>'isw«!mie»'--'" *~:
the  navy  estimates  in   March
said:—"When   we  consider   our   naval
strength   we   are   not   thinking   of   our
commerce nor of our freedom. We
are not thinking of our trade, but of
our lives. Nothing, of course, can
make us absolutely safe against combinations which tbe Imagination can
sum up.   We have faced combinations
over and over ill the past, and Sometimes heavy odds, but we must never
conduct our affairs so that the navy
of any single power would be able to
engage us at. any single moment—ev-
en our least favorable moment— with :
any reasonable prospect of success. If
I Ins is insular arrogance it is also
the firsl condition of our existence!"
—Winnipeg Tribune.
THK LATE JOHN HAMILTON.
Tin   .lentil  of    Mr.   John  Hamilton,
ex-alderman, ex-mayor    and    at    the
time ot Ins  passing a  member of the
•r'lui'l   board, removes one of Nelson's
Mist  prominent and   most  respected
lesidents and  one of  Kooti nay's old-
timers.
jntcrtor publtebtno Company
= I    The    late
associated  with
Mr.  Hamilton had   been
the   history   of Koot-
E. G. ROOKE, Manager and Editor,     nd with thai  of Nelson tor   almost I
= that length ol time. He saw tbe dis-'
trict and the city develop and he was
at all times full of confidence in the
future of both and was always willing ,
,.,,v.**®! to contribute anything and everything
he could toward that end. In everv-
The decision of the members of the   thmg    hfl    lmil(,,.took    Mr    Hamllton
Revelstoke  Women's Canadian club to  played a man's part!   He was an ex-
purchase bo far as possible only Can-   cellent type of the     pioneer element.
adian     made     goodB  is  much to be
commended.      The country  is passing
through
dustrial strain and every ellort should country was more in the making than
le made to relieve the situation and It is at present, at Mr. Hamilton's
tn prevent unemployment and distress.
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 29,  1014.
A SOUND POLICY
that gave this district its birth.
There  will  be general  regret among
his  manv   friends,    those    of    recent
a period of financial and in-  year8 ana thoBe 0, „,„ dayB when this
If the whirls of Canada's industries
can be kept turning, work will be available ami the hardships that the
factory  employes would Buffer if de-
iinexpected passing, but all will feel
the better for having known and having he'ii associated with him.—Nelson News.
NATIONAL HONOR
A  little while ago a large  number
prived   eef   their   means  of  livelihood, Of  Americans  were  sneering at      our
•aill be prevented. To keep the wheels government     because it     thought it
turning  it  will be necessary to create ought to keep faith with Great Brit-
a  demand  fur the product of the fac- Bin  ina  little business     matter con-
tories, and     much will be done      in cernlng the Panama canal.   This vms
that direction if the people of I'ana- called  truckling to  England,  bowing
da  will      use thi' output ot Canadian down  to crowns and  baubles.   It  was
lacti nes in preference to that   from said that Great Britain would prettj
gn countries.
I-    '
COME men, sometimes, can board the flying
street car or "monkey with the buzz-saw" in
a mill or factory, and get away with it. But that's
how accidents happen. Some men, sometimes,
can shave with an open blade razor and avoid
cutting themselves. But thousands agree that the
chances are against it
THE
Gillette Safety Razor
was the practical forerunner of to-day's "Safety
First" movement. What engineers arc doing now
to safeguard tools and transportation, King C.
Gillette did ten years ago for that much used tool,
the razov And while he made the razor safe, he
also made it keener, harder and handier than the
old open blade.
That thin, electrically tempered blade, gripped
rigid in the adjustable holder, gives the cleanest,
smoothest and quickest, as well as the safest shave
man has ever enjoyed.
Standard Sets cost $5.00 — Pocket Editions
$5.00 to $6.00 - - Combination Sets $6.50 up.
At Hardware Dealers', Druggists' and Jewelers'.
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GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. Or CANADA
LIMITED
Office and Factory: The New Gillette Building    •    Montreal
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TOMORROWS SERVICES
CATHOLIC
St.   Francis church,  McKenzie  Ave.
nd Fifth street, Pastor, Rev.    J. 0.
'e'acKen/ie.    Sunday    services:—  Low
•>"ass at   6  a.m. and
HELPS THE SICK
TO GET WELL
The object which the momen's Canadian Club have in view might well
extended. When Canadian goods
..rr noi available those produced in
tbe United Kingdom or the British
colonies Bhould be selected, so that a
stimulus may he given to British in-
• . .-try during tin present period of
:-iress.    In   no  case  should  the   pro
ts    ■ f    countries at  war with tbe
British   Ei ■   purchased if   the
■ eai   be  "bt.lined else
where.
FROM THB  SANCrilAla
IT   AWHILE.
1! yi u are thinking ol buying
•  B while.-   Sydney Re
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SO  GERMAN  SANTA.
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-Montreal Herald.
mm^m^m^m^mmmmmmm^^m^^^m— ^-3® a'm- every Sunday. Sunday
soon throw the hooks Into ub if she BCnool for tl)C eniidren at 2:30 p.m.,
got th- chance, and thai ..ll tins talk prediction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
about "national honor" was bosh, , ,m((.Ss,ons Saturday I to 6 nnd 7.:'."
snyway. II.men- between nations? to ,, pm a,1(, Slln(1,iy morning 7:80
Pooh. t e -. Weeks days:—Mass every morn-
Well, just the .ether day a question iDg at - „.clocki Confessions before
of  national  honor     was  put  up     to ya8a     F|rst   Fridays-Mass   at   8  a.
A Good   Friend To GIN  PILLS
The letter helow is onlv one of tuiiitv
High Mass   at j that show heow GIN PILLS -we regarded
by those who have used them.
Great   Britain.    II   didn't concern     a
cent "i tiv .' ■'.-.i j or the other on
a   ton of   freight,    It   Concerned the
lives of men. the expenditure of fab-
i.Ions sums '.f money it meant the
casting ol the empire into the seetb
Ing pot e>f war as a precious stake.
Great Britain had given her word—
iier promise—no more binding whatever tha ir canal promise    to
Benediction and  Rosary at
ra.
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CHURCH  OF  ENGLAND.
St. Petei I ft., Ret. C. A.
nier,    r>-ctor.   Eleventh   -
after Trinity.   T ing are the
•   ,t. m.,   Holy   Communion;
11 a.m.. Morning Prayer and Special
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Negligee Shirts
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SEASONABLE GOODS
We  have them both in
abundance
Our Roughing
 ith big
Our c*.
ed.
Ji: they have
been    wantmn
Everything returned
eady  to iron, flat
pieces  all   ironed.
Give us a trial and
te convincel
Only   35c  a  dozen.
"1 think it my duty to tell you tlt.tt-
GIN PILLS are a sure cure for Kidney
.i- an.l La Grippe.   I »uff< •
with my kidney• and La Grippe
until I used GIN PILLS, aud now would
• without them in the house.   I
omtnend GIN PILLS to
• I know is suffering -.,...; their
Mrs. M. r.t-riKR. Vancouver, h.c.
: I on a ]
itttM  of  money  refunded ii they
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Samp!   Ireeil you write National
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TABLETS oi- the ideal Ionic foi
thin people.  5<,c. ahox—6lorjj.y> iv7
Don't spend another
Night Coughing
McKinnon & Sutherland
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WILL   PLEA&E   YOU SATURDAY, AUGUST 09,  1014.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
TAGS Frv*
T. E. L. TAYLOR
IS CAPTAIN
"Revelstoke Civic Guard Drilling
—Many  Sworn in   as
Special Constables
rlir civic gunrd held a drill on
Thursday evening at which T. E. L,
Taylor, captain of the Rocky Mountain Rangers, retired, was elected
5ftptain ot the guard, H. H. McVity
was elected treasurer and J.Q. Lucas
secretary. Capt. Taylor will appoint
tbe officers oi the (?«ard, Another
aril! wns held last night
Thirty eight bare been sworn ln us
gpeclal constables and members ol
the guard.   They are -.if follows:
H. ll. B. Abbott,
w. 11. Horobin,
II. B. Burridge.
Harry   i. Parker.
Leonard W.  Wood.
H. W. H. Marshall.
Geo, W. Hardy.
E, 1-. Hadow.
John  A.  Yiung.
John B. McKenzis.
\V. J. Tomlinson.
Sidney Holmes.
H. V. Morgan.
Robt.  Smith.
H. H. McVity.
,1. i;. Lucas.
W.   l-l.   Wallace.
.1.   M.   Patterson.
Robert  J. Ballard.
j. \v. Sbuttlewood.
T.  E.  li.  Taylor.
Harry Mortimer.
it. S. Squarebriggs.
B.   U.   Ueynolds.
U.  Corley
A. K. Rertelson.
H.  Mulholland.
W.  A.  Sturdy.
Harry  J.  Hews.
Vi.  Shuttlewood.
A.  E. Davey
E. A. Boyle.
F. Tillman.
Geo. Vi.  Hell.
George W. Cartwright.
Samuel G.  Robbins.
A. H. McCleneghan.
Frank H. Allwood.
Insurance for Volunteers
(Continued  from Page One.)
eception be given to the Revelstoke
men as they imsscil through the city.
He agreed with the suggestion for the
ippointment of a permanent committee but thoueht the meeting should
decided what was best to he done.
Aid. Bourne was in accord with the
proposal that the Revelstoke men
thould be given the best possible send
ofl but it was a question how best to
celp then,. He supposed that they
would be provided with plenty to ant
and drink and witb what clothes they
1.1 line!. II.' thought that insurance
f their lives might be u good thing,
but probably some of the men had no
dependants and the rate for war in-
i-nrance hail not been ascertained. He
thought that the council would be
ready to meet the wishes ol the meeting if a plan were outlined.
Mr. Lashley Hall believed that
there could be only one view. There
were two lines to work on, to express appreciation of thc action of
of the vrlunteers and in addition to
saying and handing out nice things,
to seriously set their minds to the
task of making provision for
those left behind. He thought that
the proposed insurance was tbe lenst
that should be done hy those who
were not going to thi' front Regarding other contingents going to the
war he said that the people of tho
city should lie on the platform as
they arrived to cheer them and give
an expression of good will and sympathy.
Mr. 3tevenson believed that the
meeting was ol one mind, lt should
ilecide what should be given to the
soldiers as they arrived thai evening,
They were going to light tor us, and
tbey Bhould be assured that those
they left behind would be well looked
after Kevelstoke could do that and
he thought that it would enable the
volunteers to go with a lighter heart.
J. H.  Lyons said that to look after
those left, behind was not charity but
a  duty.
F. Young believed that insurance
would lie the most substantial benefit
nnd suggested $1000 on each life. He
advised finding out to whom thc insurance should be paid. He thought
the city should pay the r>.pensc not
any few people,
T. Kllpatrlck said that time was
short anil that the meeting should decide what action should be taken
that   night.
Mrs. T. Kilpatrick and Mrs. C. S.
McCarter showed the meeting a mat
case containing two pairs of socks,
needles and thread, bachelors' but •
tons and other accessories. One would
l.e presented to each of the Revel
stoke  volunteers.
Mr. McRae said that the ladles had
previously presented boxes of apples
to a troop tram and he thought it
might be done again.
on mot ion ol Mr. Procunier it was
decided to ask the city council to
insure the lives of the Revelstoke
contingent for an amount not exceeding s|000 each. Mr. Procunier first
proposed that the amount be SIIHIO
for married men and $'ii>0 for single
men but Mr. McRae and Mr. Robbins
advised that no distinction be made
and the motion was changed accordingly.
Mrs. Kilpatrick said that she knew
of one young man who was leaving
nn aged mother and lather behind.
Mr. Kilpatrick said that in Toronto
tl oiincil  in addition  to  insurance,
lad guaranteed to take charge of dependants of the soldiers. He thought
tbat the city council was the proper
body to assume  this  duty.
Mr. Procunier said that one man
had left his wife in his charge and
he had intended raiding a fund. He
thought that such duty should be ns-
sumed by the citizens as u whole.
Mr. Kilpatrick was ot the opinion
that apples should be purchased by
subscription, but that the insurance
was  a  public  duty.
Mr. Lashley Hall advised that all
the work  undertaken should he sys-
tematlsed ami ri mmended that the
Women's Relief society be asked to
aid in connection with tbe committee
appointed at the meeting. After
some discussion a committee of nine
>vns apnointeil and a resolution was
paMed asking the women's organization to appoint n committee af Bix
to  act with  it.
Mrs. Kilpatrick said that there was
>200 left of the money subscribed lor
a hospital ship and asked the opinion
of the meeting as to how it thought
the money should in. spent.
Mr. Kincaid said that if the ladies
were aide to collect tin money they
were qualified to spend it and Mr.
Robblns suggested that they keep the
money in the event of another hospital ship neing required. It was left
to th» ladies to use the funds as
seemed   lust  to  them.
It wis announced that the G. Verdi
and City hands Would be nt the
station and a vote of thanks to them
was passed. It was r,lso announced
that Mr. McCleneghan had lent his
automobile to the ladles for the pur
pose of collecting  tlowtrs to  present,
to the soldiers.
Amo'ii: those  at   the meeting    were
Mrs.  T.   Kilpatrick,  Mrs.  G.  S.    Mc-1
Carter.     Mrs.  H.  H. McVity, W. A.
Foote,     A.  E.  Kincaid, F.  Allwood,
K.   Young,   H.   M.   Parry,  H.  McKin- i
ron, A. F.rnest,  J. Baker, S. Slither-,
K,   McRae,      G.   Cartwright,      *W. A.,
Sturdy, G. S.  McCarter, F. Bews, H, |
Carpenter, L. Vi   Wood, M. Fee, J.G.
Lucas,  Rev.   J.W.   Stevenson,    R.   G. I
Rooke,  J. II.  Lyons, W.J. Coulthard i
R. Howson,      A.  McRae,    W.  Lashley |
Hall,  C.   R,   Macdonald,  C.  M.   Field,
Hev. 0. A. Procunier, H. H. McVity,
F. Bourne.
Complete Road Next Month
i Continued  from Page One.*)
company  could   not   be  held  to      its
contract.
Aid. Bourne said he would not like
to see the work stop as the streets
were torn up. He thought it might
le  advisable  to correspond with  War-
• * 11     Bros, regarding   the supply ol
i Itullthic,
The mayor said that the Bitulithic
company declared that if thc con -
struct ion company was enabled to
meet lii" payroll it would supply the
I itu'i'ithic. The Construction company intended to work night and
day on the contract and expected to
complete it by October 1.
M. J. Lynch treasurer of the War-,
ten Construction company, assured
the council that there would be no
trouble about obtaining the bitulithic
and the council passed a resolution
authorizing the borrowing of $26,000
against the security of the bonds to
he issued to the Construction com -
] any, Aid. Needham dessentlng.
The resolution  comes into eHect on
approval hy the bond company which
guarantees the paving to the city.
INSURANCE  FOR  VOLUNTEERS.6
Aid. Smythe said that he had read
in the Mall-Herald a good editorial
advocating the insurance by the city
of the volunteers Irom Revelstoke,
who were going to the front. Even-
other city in Canada was doing this
and he thought that Revelstoke
I hould also do so.
The mayor asked if Aid. Smythe
thought that it would be profitable
to the city.
Aid. Bell said that half those who
i ul volunteered from Revelstoke had
no intention of returning. They
wanted to get back to the old coun-
try and that was the reason why
they had volunteered.
The matter  was dropped.
City Sill Insure Lives
(continued from page one)
would not suffer. He said that the
council would appoint a committee to
confer  with   the  deputation  on      the
subject.
It was left to the finance committee
t ii.inunicate with the government
at Ottawa to find where Insurance
tan be obtained cheapest and to take
any action found desirable.
\ resolution was passed asking the
sidewalk contractor to put pitch in
the expansion  points of the sidewalk.
The market site and liquor license
bylaws were again laid over.
1HL LETTS
EArs LYE *.^
CLEANS-DISINFECTS
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GKRMAN   HELD   ARTILLKRY
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Revelstoke's Departmental Store
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
School Specials
School days are  here again and the boys and   girls  will
probably need a new outfit for the coming season.
Hoys' heavy cotton SUITS,  each      $1.90
Boys' plain and colored   BLOUSES       50c and 75c
Ikiys' all-wool SWEATE RS half price and e ich one a dandy ac   65c
Boys' SWEATER SUITS from   $2.25 to $3
Girls' colored DRESSES  in nice styles at each    $1.90
Cirls' wool serge Dresses   $2.90
Also a lot of Rompers and Dresses for the kiddies who are left at home.
See our line of wool and cashmere HOSE, every one *' knit to fit and lit to wear	
 '.    35c to $1 a pair
House Furnishings!
A special lot of Curtain Material at, a yard, 25c.     Piece Carpets at one-half price.
Rugs, Mats and Linoleums at 20 per cent Discount
Seeour $21.00 Brussels Rugs for $16.80.    IT'S A  LEADER.
Men's Furnishing and Shoe Dep't
Men's Fall Knitted Goods
STANFIELD'S
UNDERWEAR
Pure wool, guaranteed unshrinkable. Made from 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.
Mens 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—Aplain 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. fl.
C 6^—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
909 — A pure-wool worsted, rib
knit. A hard wearer and a good
fitter.    Price    3 prs-fur SI
997 — A pure-wool worsted, ribb
worsted. Heather mixture, price,
   3 prs. for $1
SPECIAL Pure-wool cashmere,
fine ribb. The best yet. Price.
a pair     Toe
Grocery and Crockery Department
Wi About W
COWANS by the pound.
COWANS  \{. % and lb. tins.
BAKER'S Breakfast.
FRY'S Homeoepathic.
FRY'S Breakfast.
LO WNEY'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!
we have the best OLIYK  OIL  in the
market
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.
Mape of Italy
in 30c and 60c bottles, one-half gallon and
gallon tins.
Crosse & Blackwell
in nne half-pint bottles and quart  bottles.     ; *AG*« Btl
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAV, AUGUST 29, 19H.
A WOMAN AT OUR OVENS
wouldn't get along very rapidly.
She would l»- very apt to stop and
admire the splendid baking those
ovens were doing. No uncertainty; no guessing and hoping thai
the bread, cake or pie would turn
oul well. They always come out
just perfect. Try them and you
will have to admit we donot claim
too much,
Hobson's
USTE^TIEIR TOO HOT
TO ENJOY A PLUNGE AT HALCYON HOT SPRINGS
Where hot medicinal waters are the most wonderful health
restorers on the continent. Our record of cures of rheumatism and other chronic complaints is unequalled and verified
by our gratified patrons.
Located among the best scenery of Canada, easj of
access. The Sanitarium is handsomely fitted and finished for
comfort and convenience of guests.
Halcyon   Hot   Springs   Sanitarium
Wm. BOYD, Prop., Halcyon, Arrow Lakes.
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H.J.  MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms- Single  en Suite, and with Bath
Compensation to
Incapacitated Soldiers
Canadian regulations covering yearly rates to officers and men on account nf wounds or illness sustained
mi active service are made public,
They arc as follows, the tirst. figure
[>eiug for when only slightly Incapacitated, the Becond when materially Incapacitated and the third when wholly incapacitated:
Lieutenant-colonel  ...$000   S'.ino   $1200
Major    100     600      800
Captain   300'
Lieutenant   200
Sergeant-major     150
Sergeant   200
Corporal       86
Private    ?.■>
The following yearly rates ol pensions to widows of BOldierB of various
i.oiks will be in force, the first fig
ures if no children, the Becond if one
child and the third if two or more
children:
Lieut, colonel  .. $3-17.80 9730.00 $912.80
Major       6438.00   584.00   730.00
Captain     328.80   138.00   817.00
Lieutenant     120.00   292.00   302.00
Sergt, Major   .... 210.00   292.00   3G5.00
Sergeant     .147.82   197.10   240.37
Corporal     120.45   M50.40   200.7
Private    109.60   146.00   L82.B0
The above are Irrespective of provisions which will be made through
the  national  fund.
450
300
226
300
130
126
allO
II HI
300
100
ITU
160
Railway Freight Rates
Revised for Kamloops
The    transportation committee   of
the  Kamloops      hoard   of  trade  huve
been for Borne time making eilorts to
I secure a readjustment of local rates
I i.y the Canadian Pacific railway and
a very satisfactory outcome has resulted. Roughly, the changes effected on the traffic to and from neigh-
boring points east and west—cover -
ing from Salmon Arm to Lytton—involve a reduction of from just under
20 to over *.'"i per cent per  100 ths.
The   following  table   will   put   in   a |
nutshell   the  old  and   new   rates    for I
first   class freight,  and also the    new
rales   for   second,       third   and   fourth
class merchandise,
1st  cl. 2nd,  3rd. 4th.
Old rate new.new.new.new
Tee and from
Salmon     Arm    (Vic)   42    88    2S    21
Notch     Hill   ( feci  83   2"   -_'2    IT I
• base     (37o) 30   26   20   15
Shuswap     (35c)  2(1   22    Is    l |
Pritchard  (36c)  2:1   20   15   12
Ducks  (->c) 211   LT   u   10 ;
Savona  	
 (31c)   25
20
IT
13
Walhachin   ...
 (''.ac)   2(1
22
18
11
Ashcroft.   	
.    . ..( lac)   3:1
28
22
17
Basque 	
 (ITc) 3T
31
25
19
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R. Laughton, Phop.
Choicest of Wines. Liquors, and Cigars
Instructions for
Preserving Eggs
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co.. Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Jack Laughton, Proprietor
First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN PLAN
Good Accommodation.       Reasonable Rates.
Cafe in Connection
Central Hotel
Abrahamson  Bros.
Props.
First-cltLSs in ill respect -
All Modeli   1 . nveniences
RATES. $2 PER;DAY
Special Weekly Rates
REVELSTOKE. B.C.
ORIENTAL HOTEL
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $1 a day.    Monthly rates.
3\    ALBERT     STOISTE PROP-
Preserve only absolutely fresh eggs
stale eggs will Dot keep in nny pre-
II ;     • Ive.
Have your preservative ready to receive tbe fresh eggs as you get them.
ie •! are In doubt as to the tresh-
ness ol the eggs, candle them, or see
whether they sink when placed in a
dish ol tresh water, if an egg sinks
It is  reasonably fresh.
{)■• not preserve dirty es^s or eggs
tbat have been washed. Washed eggs
will not keep, because the shell has
listened and dirty eves will become t tinted  in flavor. tb
Do not use the same liquid preserve ive  longer  than on I  year.
Infertile "i:^ are better thun fertile eggs for preserving,
D ool leat 1 eggs In the preservative longei   thar. one year.
-  with   water after  re
them [rom the preservative.
In     good  condition
when n Irom water glass solu-
rematn good for two
weeks.
1 --  eggs are  practically  as
[ga f"r all cooking pur-
If  it   i-- desire 1  to  boil    them
pri'-k a  small   hole through  the large
befori   placing them
The port -  ol  the shell
 '. by the  watei   glass
I   without • ile  the
■       shell  would
7.-,  Spences  Bridge  ,..(S7c)  15   37   30   22
Lytton  (69c) 51   4:'.   34   26
As  regards  traffic  with  Vancouver
als...  the mileage computation  is now
for Class 1. a difference of from   109
to   101   under the new nile.
It   is  operative  September   Ist.
THE  13TH  CROSSING
The   Illecillewaet.   rushes  down
lu  Its steep and narrow gorge.
And   there's  me  and   Many   Campbell,
Ami  Ellis Wood and Qeorge.
The   bunch  of  us  are  soldiers
Come out from home to fight,
But  the illecillewaet   rushes down
Without a   foe   in   sight.
We've Bled a cosy camping place
That   surely   is  sublime,
Bul  we wish the pesky river
Would stop its noise Bometlme.
And  there's that    dark    and    gloomy
bridge
The object  nf  our guard;
Aud   the  noisy  river   rushes  through
And the "skeeters" bite darn hard
We pace the bridge both day and night
Ami   mi  fingers Itch for gore;
But   all   We  ever   hear,   boys,
is the Ulecillewaet's roar.
We'd  like to be in  Kurope
To try our iron  nerve,
And   light   for all  that's in  us,
And  the country  that we serve.
But  still the river rushes on—
A   private's life is hard,
Dun—Corporal Wood is calling me
Mj   turn   t.i  act   as  guard.
—Art Wilcox,    f.   Company 102,
from   Salmon  Arm.
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A.  P.  LBVBSQUB,  Proprietor
FIRST STREET, REVELSTOKE, I*. C.
MEAL TICKETS $00,
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LE      US   DESIGN   YOUR   STATIONERY
lb.  itefcllU  e)f    ft     I.  ..Ill* ,e    ll . <    f    i,
rtflecteti in Its ntatlonery. It Pu-
to Ii»t« tha I>9hL tliat'i going   Vie
f;lfe you thf hieti.nl quality ut iu
oweiit pric.   Free flstiinfttfi.
M..1I   K.ee.Jel
Electric Prop.
W« off.r you •kprrl, itTerlct,  Print
I  ll our bail06M nnd e,nr hobby   toe,
To ths b**-it iileetloi .t p.p.r and
type wi* e.,1,1 originality anil .mart
n»-.,i ot il..ijn ami raplil iloliffirj
KAMLOOPS I'ATTI.K MARKET
Today will see the opening of the
Kamloops live stock market and a
great deal of interest has been rnani-
bj the farmers of thc district
In tbe project. Although a great rush
it not anticipated a small beginning
•.ill show the city authorities that
their action In making the present
provision In accordance with the sug-
ef the board of trade is jus.
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Mr     I B,   Smith   and  family  i
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f'.r   Knrlerhy
Miss   Mar;-   -
the   guest   e.f   la ' John
Dawson, returned to Rd nonton    on
F       '!   e
Mrs. Arthur Thorpe and fan
turned 11 tnd
Cnstlegat
Kred  v.  Webber  *ml  to      lummlt
lake Friday.
.luiius Wolii left Baturda.    n \>i
Htm to Tolunteer for Itcd  OrOII work.
A. Walton of Silverton  wii i in town
Friday. |
Martin  Kennedy nf 811 vert on,   w«»
in  town  last,  week
Buy Your Plumbing
Supplies Direct From
Us  and Save  Money
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fOroWr     W. pop In  M«r ljuantltUa awl  i
tmr   too*        Tl,,,.   w.  M,a   r%m  tha   ml.t '
inmn •   profit  oaA   rem  (to  "*•'  pay   tor  •
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non  aall   tor  lorn    Han   aay  rthar  a1"
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om     '\*opor.  .pr  prtreo    Tot  t-—-'
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SIM   par   IN   r-ai     | la*
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: tn«t> pip*, at.is p** iee
tn HATrrm tnMT rot:
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t»n iimihi, nsr. wa
cas rkij. rttti iron
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room emmapor. mm mvtmn vKa at**™
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leaap"" Wa •»• ...per timiiotm* t»l
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COMPLKTK $16 t_ot~.-*x.
Grates are extra durable. Coal grate is duplex. Wood grate is the most modern type.
WQar/s
Kootenay
£ran(f(9  wiH take extra large pieces of
V~  Jim     wood—just remove back end
lining. Ask the McClary dealer to show you.
Sold by Bourne Bros.. Ltd.
P. BURNS & CO., LIMITED
IF  YOU  HAVE   NOT TRIED
Shamrock Hams And Bacon
TRY THEM    THEY WILL PLEASE
P. BURNS & CO., Limited
Reasons m given liy
"Economic Advertising**
"tt is keeping everlastingly at it the quiet, continuous brand of publicity that worries its way
through to BUCC68S in the long run and it is ditlicult
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 summer people do not work
so hard there is more leisure time, and just because
they have more time for reading it is logical to state
that they have more time for reading advertising.
"To the modern housewife any respite from the
glaring pnveraents is welcome. She reads the advertising columns of the local paper, and makes it her
shopping guide, especially in the Bummer. Missing
at this time is losing momentum which will take
considerable time and expense to regain at a late:
date."
The Mail-Herald reaches the permanent, earning
classes. In the home it stays, the newest edition of
buying guides. It contains the leading merchants"
latest announcements.
Increase Your Summer
Advertising in the Mail-
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MAIL-HERALD: BEST FOR LOCAL NEWS SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, "1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
FAGB SWVBW
;iVATER ACT AND- VMEND1NG ACTS
AND WATER ACT,  1914,
BEFORE) THE BOARD OF
INVESTIGATION.
notes tram the Mines
In the Matter of all Streams in the
Revelstoke Mining Division.
Meetings ot the Board ot Investiga
J. Fahey, of Phoenix, reached here
on Tuesday eu route to the Peoria
group, ou the divide between McGui-
gan and Jackson basinB, says the
Kaslo Kootenaiu. Mr. Fahey and a
partner have secured a lease on the
Peoria from the RoBSland people that
own it, and his visit this week is
made to look the property over.
H.  B.  MeaUBette has lately been do-
SHIP SHINGLES
FROM NAKUSP
Fund Opened For Aid  of  Dependents   of   Those   on
Active Service
:ion
will he held at Revelstoke on I inE considerable work on bis Iceland
:he llth day of September 191-1, at BPar Proposition on the Asbnola riv
ten o'clock in the forenoon for all ot cr' "ntl reports that be has discover-
£UCh streams draining into the Co- ; od lar8er '"uli,s tlla" l!Vl'r- There is
.umbia rivar north of the main line Vactically a solid mountain of this
nf the Canadian Pacific Railway, at
Revelstoke. on the Itith day of the
^•iid month at ten o'clock In the fore- j
noon for all of such streams draining
into the Columbia river between Wig-
warn Railway Station and the mainline ot the Canadian Pacilic Railway, I
dnd at Arrowhead on the twelfth day
nf the said month at ten o'clock in
the  forenoon for all  of such  streams
spar and a large part ol it runs from
95 to 99 points pure, John Kuudaou
of Princeton ia Interested with Mr.
■Meausette ln this proposition.—Simllkameen  Star.
draining Into the Columbia river below Wigwam Station.
All statements of     claim to water
1 rivileges on these respective streams
all objections thereto, and the plans [
prepared for the use of the Board will
be open for inspection.
All persons interested are entitled
to examine these, and to tile objec-
lions thereto in writing it they deem
■fit.
At these meetings claimants     who '
1-ave  not   previously  done  so      shall
prove their     title to lands to which
their water records are appurtenant.
Phis may be done by producing,     in '
rase of Crown-granted lands, the title ;
needs or a certificate of encumbrance
or other evidence of title; or In case
of lands not held under Crown grant,
by producing the pre-emption record,
the agreement of sale, the mining record, or other document of title.
Objections will he heard forthwith
i! the party ohjected to has received
-sufficient notice of the objection.
The Board at the said meeting will
.determine the quantity ol water
which may be used under each record,
the further works which are necessary
•or such use, and will set dates for
"he tiling nf plans of such works and
Jor the commencement and completion of such works.
And whereas there may be persons
who, before thc 12th day of March,
909, were entitled to water rights on
: ny ofthe said streams and yet have
not filed statements of their claims
with the Board of Investigation; such
persons are required to file on or be- I
fore the 21st day of August, 1011, !
-i statement ns required by section
2W of the "Water Act, 1911." Forms
(No. 50 for irrigation, and No. 51 tor
All going well at Roanej hydraulic
works on Granite creels will be ready
for operations on August, lii. For
several months a company composed
n.ostly of Seattle men have been
building flumes and putting in a pipe
line, and now everything is in shape
for business. The works are on the
old Granite creek channel, where in
ls-ii there w-as a big rush to thut
locality and XI'.iiI.miki wus taken out
The leases cover about four miles of
the creek, and it is estimated the
gravel will run about 85 cents to thu
yard, lt is said to be an ideal hydraulic proposition, there being enormous pressure, vast (lumping
ground, etc. The present works stand
the company an outlay of about $17,-
000.
Frank Brown has just returned
Irom Hob creek, six miles (rom Houston on the G.T.P. railway, where he
and J.T. Draventott were the second
locators on the new gold Btrike —
Soper and Alpert being tbe original
iocutors. Chinamen ore now placer
mining on Bob creek, and above their
placer ground is a porphyry dyke,
seven or eight hundred feet wide,
which curries free milling gold values for itB entire length and looks like
a big steam shovel proposition. He
visited his old holdings at Owen'B
lake, and states that he expects to
do considerable work there this yeur.
Speaking of the new strike near Telk-
wa, he says that it looks very promising, and that thc ore is high-grade
chalcopyrlte. The Chisbolm boys are
(•hipping ore from their property to
the Trail smelter.—Vancouver Sun.
(Special to the Mail-Herald)
Nakusp, B.C., Aug. 28.—The first
car load Of shingles was shipped from
the new Vipond shingle mill to Ed-
monton on Tuesday, The mill is running in good shape and Mr. Vipond
expects to ship three cars per month,
in addition to his local  bnsiness.
A very pretty wedding took place
at il o'clock on Tuesday morning at
St. Marks church. Nakusp, when Miss
Naomi Huldali, third daughter ol Mr.
and Mrs. E.R. Vipond was united in
marriage to Clyde Lionel Cusick, of
tin- Canadian Pacilic railway company, at Slocan Junction. The bride
looked extremely pretty and was attended by her two sisters, while the.
groom was supported by Roy Anderson, After the ceremony a reception
was held at. the residence of the
bride's parents. The happy couple
kft on the up boat on a visit to Victoria, and coast cities.
On Monday evening a meeting was
held under the auspices ol the Women's institute to form a fund to be
collected for the support of those
left in poor circumstances by voluu-
teers for active service. The meeting
was addressed hy prominent citizens,
and it was decided to open subscription lists, the contributions to be
50c. for men, 2.">c. for women aud 10c.
for children.
COTV1UQHT LHUto-eeuoo A u*.pi HHejoo^a J
A FRENCH CYCLE BATTALION ON WAY TO FRONT
NAME  FOR  WAR.
MORTGAGE SALE.
Under nnd by virtue of tbe powers
of sale contained in a certain Indenture of Mortgage which  will be pro
duced at the time of sule, there will
other purposes) may be obtained trom | ,,c offere(, for „„,,, 1)y pubUc Aucti(m
sny government agent in thc province j on   Frid      the  ,-lth  day  o(  Septcm
Dated nt Victoria, B.   C, the *.'9th
lay of July, 1911.
For the Board of Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
It.lw. Chairman.
V-. ;,;.'„-   >>;
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Come and look at our Triangle Sad
Irons- guaranteed for ever.
PRICE-6 LB. IRON. $5.90
A.G. DUCK
Estimates given free
ber, 1014, at the hour of 12 o'clock
noon, by William J. Law. Sheriff, at
j the Court House in thc City of Revelstoke, British Columbia, the following property, namely:—
All thnt eertniu parcel or tract ol
land and premises known and des-
scrlbed as Lot ">0I, Group 1, Kootenay District and containing two hundred nnd ninety-three acres, more or
less. Tbis property is known as the
Lux  Ranch.
For terms and conditions of sale
apply to Gillan & Elliott, First
street,  Revelstoke, B.C.
Dated at Revelstoke this I'.'th August, A.D. 1911.
,111.\N*  &  ELLIOTT.
A(-.'9.n.ii.       Solicitors lor Mortgagee.
NUTICK
A   Raid   L«v«r   Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
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01  Sale  by   Sheriff.  Pursuant to the
"Execution Act," No. 1 J. 1914
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Between:—J.K. Johnson.
Plaintifl, and Earl Barracloucb,
Defendant,
/pursuant to the oril*l ' ' Mis Honour, Judge Forin, Local .Indue, made
in the nbove action and dated June
-.Jth, 1914, and July .'list, 1914, respectively and in pursuance of thc
Execution Act,'' I will ofler for sale
ly Public Auction at my oflice in the
Court House, Revelstoke, B. C, on
Saturday th.- ".th day of September.
I'll I, at the hour of Eleven o'clock
in the forenoon all the right title and
interest of the defendant Earl Barraclough in and to Lots 2 and 3 in
Clock *«» (ninety-nine) City of Revelstoke, District, of Kootenay, B. C,
Plan No. 686.
The only registered charge sgalnit
the above Innds is the plaintifl'e
judgment for KU'Hi.'.R together with
Hiili8C(|ticnt costs and interest registered the 3rd day of April, 1914.
Terms of  Sale —Cash.
W.  J. LAW,
A99up Sheriff of KorthWMt Kootenay.
DR. DeVAN'S FRENCH PILLS fc?fe
fufUUlai i'tll lot Woe eja*fl I I' * er thrrtlor
f'i'. Sold ut nil limit Stnrrv or mnll*« to any
.Ulh-mi. re e , ll| l ,,| t,rlir     1 li • FiuHIll. Kmiu
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN.  SJ3
VII<t1ltT|l<0t   H*r*9 nnd !tata| IncreKev.-eKrry
■'i ittrr'tikTnnlr    iiuimli.t >..i up. !-• » ifli.nr
■' for >■. i.i drill «ie>rr«. er hjf m»H ^n r»-«li t
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"nlurio.
New York Herald. By what name
will this war be identiried in history?
We are now using the rather loose
appellation "The European War" for
want of something better, and because to us on this side of the Atlantic all Europe seems in conflict. But
all Europe is not involved, and each
nation of Europe sees it from a different viewpoint.
If the Kaiser has struck the keynote of German thought it will ap-
peur in German eyes the war for National Preservation. To Belgium it iB
clearly the War ol German Invasion.
To Austria it is the War against Servia and Russia. To Russia it is tbe
War against Germany und Austria.
To England it is the War with Germany, Austria being left out of it.
To France it is so far only the War
with Germany. To Servia it is only
the War against Austria.
Had Italy met the demands of Germany and Austria it might have been
the War between the Triple Alliance
.ind the Triple Entente, but without
Italy there is no Triple Alliance.
BUSINESS  IS  GOOD ON
KASLO-NAKUSP LINE
Sandon. B. C. Aug. 23.—On one
day last week 194 passengers passed
over the Kaslo, Sandon and Nakusp
line.   This is said to be a record.
J. P. McFadden, F. Murphy, 0. W.
Voting and two ot tbe officials of the
Surprise Mining company are tisbing
it   Hear lake.
Miss Sutton, the new teacher at the
public scbool, arrived last week.
B. O'Donnell of Grand Forks, is
Visiting his sisters, Mrs. Bennett and
Miss  O'Donnell.
First aid lessons are heing given at
the Union  Hall.
Mrs. D.A. McLelland wil) return to
Vancouver this  week.
Born, on Aug. V2. to Mr. and Mrs.
,I nines   Pontes, a   daughter.
Horn, on Aug. 21, to Mr. and Mrs.
\ngiis McGUltvray, a daughter,
Embargo on Logs
Removed by Government
Under a decision of the provincial
government, British Columbia mill
men and doggers may proceed
with tbe exportation of millions
of feet of 1o;;b into the United States
The British Columbia government
proposes to remove restrictions upon
the exportntions of logs, thus opening up a channel for the flow into
Washington state of a huge flood of
logs cut here within the past yaar.
Conservative estimates place the
amount of lumber at present lying in
(oastal waters of the province in log
form at two hundred million feet.
British Columbia mills own about
seventy-tive million feet of this and
the remaining one hundred and twenty-five million feet is in the hands of
loggers and is practically ut the present time a drug on th^ market.
There is said to he a good demand
in Washington and Oregon for logs.
The price on Puget Sound advanced
$2.00 per thousand a few days ago.
1IKAP.S   WORSE  THAN   MICE.
Mr. David lullies, ol Cnrlcton
Place, the well known lumberman received an amusing letter Irom one of
his old tire rangers on the Upper Pe-
tawawa ,i short time ago. For people
w ho are afraid of bears it affords
an Interesting insight into the contempt entertained tor these 'varmints' by the real backwoodsman. The
ranger writes to Mr. Gillies ub follows: %
Bears are a little troublesome this
month. They have broken into the
hut at Catfish several times during
my absence, and have eaten my provisions and upset everything. I had
the window nailed up with inch
boards and flvc-lnch spikes, and they
tore that ofl and got In again. They
tome ut night, too, nnd waken me up
I struck one in the face one night as
he was trying to climb in the window, and I scared another away when
be started to pull down the barricade. The park men told me I should
get a heavy revolver, I am not afraid
I of bears, but they nre more trouble-
tome than the mice and squirrels.—
i Rod and Cun.
SUNSHINE
FURNACE
WW
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Ouaranteed
by McClary's to
save fuel—to cut out
Just, fuss and bother
and   to   heat   your  house
evenly and comfortably
in the coldest weather.    We
guarantee  the   "Sunshine'
I Furnace to save -enough to
pay   for   itself   quicker
than any other
furnace you can
buy,
M^Claryis
THIS
isa
HOME
DYE
that
ANYONE,
DYOLA
{The Guaranteed "ONE DYE for
1 All Kinds ol* Cloth.
Clran, Slmpla, No Chance of Mlltlkjl, TN V
J ITI Senator Ff|.«<:olor<:«r,litml llonklrt.
■ TtieBjobiuiun-Hl.lLtfrO.uuCo. I ImlirJ. M.niir.a]
Ayer's Pills
Ccadb  LualW*.     Sni»r commei
WH. MM eptU. only om.
Sold far 60
a*wd~>-. ajttMt
B.C. Milk---
B.C. MILK is as far ahead of the
old-fashioned condensed milk as the
automobile is ahead of the old-time
ox team. B.C. MILK has the
NATURAL  FLAVOR.
At All Grocers
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
REDUCED FARES
For
Summer of 1914
On Sale June 1 to September 30
Final Return Limit October 31
Winnipeg $60     Montreal $105
St. Paul $60     St. .John       $120
Chicago $72.50     Halifax $129.35
Toronto        $92 New York     ....     $108.50
Compartment  Observation Cars—Electric Lighted--Standard
Sleepers
"Canadian Pacific Service"
A. WARRINGTON
Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
For Baking Success
—This Oven Test
Success on some baking days
can be expected no matier
what flour you use. But ct instant success is rarer. It can
be assured in only one way.
The miller must select his
wheat by oven test.
So from each shipment of
wheat we take ten pounds as
a sample. We grind this into
flour. 'Bread is bi.ked from
the flour. _. m|«M|
If this bread is high in quality, f**U'f\| \%\w
large in quantity, we use the j
shipment from which it came.       /
Otherwise we sell it /
Constant baking success comes /
as a matter of course from/
flo^ir bearing this name       -*/
"More Brfcid and  Better'Bread" and
"BetteNPastrv/Too"        »»
%/ -PAGE EIGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 19H.
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
E. Trimble returned yesterday from
Golden.
B, W ilker e.f Golden, registered at
tho King Edward yesterday,
T, J. Wadman returned   yesterday
from a visit to the Windermere val
ley.
R. S, Gullivan if Arrowhead, was
registered at the King Edward hotel
yeeterdaj.
0, Vi. Ainsworth if Three Valley,
was a guest u the King Edward on
Wednesday.
Mis- M. Caley if Arrowhead, was
among the guests at the King Ed
■ward yesterdaj
H. F. Lawrence ol Kamloops, was
In the city yesterday and registered
at the King Edward.
pi.- poultry   issociation will hold a
meeting on   Tuesd 15   evening  at      8 |
o'clock in Smythe's ball.
The work  of  grading McKenzie  av
(enue in [ireparatioi   tor the bitulithic
pavement   bas commenced,
i.ehn Sulich,     charged     with vag-
. was remanded tins morning by
1 ce Magistrate il imilton tor three
days.
Charles Tayli r,   -'-. irgcd  with vag
rancy, appeared  bef ire Police Magls-
ti ate I lamilton   in 1  ivas ordered    to
1 • .v town.
The Presbytei 5 Kamloops will
meet In Kamloops on Tuesday, Sept,
1, at 10:30 a.m and will remain In
session two days.
A patriotic dance under the aus-
j ices of the Revelst ike Relief societj
will be given 0 Friday evening,
in the drill hall.
\ public meeting if all interested in
the formation of a :irsr aid society
will be held at the city nail on Mon
day evsnlng   it   -     Bl >ck.
Dr.   J.   H.  Hamilton  returned    on
Thursday   from  Nelson  where he had
attended  the funeral  of his father.
The work ol lowering the fire hall
two feet to bring the approach level
with the sidewalk has commenced.
There will be a meeting of the Belief Society every Wednesday from
_'::'.il to 5:80 p.m.  at  the  R.Y.M.O.A.
For riding a bicycle on the sidewalk. Louie Aniato was yesterday
naed *l hy Police Magistrate Hamilton,
While excavating under tin- fire hall
yesterday   Ihe   workmen   dug   up        a
skull which is now at the Lawrence
Hardware company's building.
The  work  of  laying  the      liitulit.hu-
pavement   will   start    ne\l   week     op
[ OSite  the  Selkirk  hotel  and  will pro
ci ed  from  there down  First  street.    ,
At tin1 meeting e>f the city council
on Wednesday evenlag it was decided
tu lower the lire hall so as to make
the approaches conform to the level
of the new sidewalk.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Edited by  Mrs.  Ralph Laurence
Those having items for publication
in the -Mail-Herald social and personal column are requested to call
u p  phone 62.
Mi's. George S, McCarter will not
receive in September.
Her* Thompson of the C. B. Hume
stall, is on his holidays at Edmonton
(or a few weeks.
Mrs. F. D. Warner returned on Friday, having spout the past two months at Eastern points.
enjoyed. Miss Thompson will he
greatly missed among the young people of Hevclstoke.
A son was born to the wife of H.
Allan Webster on Wednesday morning
at the Queen Victoria hospital.
Mrs. H. Manning and children, and
Miss Manning returned from Calgary
111 Wednesday, having spent a delightful  holiday  of  two  weeks.
The Ladies Aid of St. John*s
church will meet in the parish room
at 3:80 on Tuesday afternoon. Aill
members requested to he present.
At  the  Canadian   club  ou  Thursday
'afternoon  a  resolution   was  adopted,
whereby the ladies promised that   as
far   as   it       was   possible   that      they
WOUld   buy only  Canadian   made poods
Mr. U. Blair of C. B. Hume's and
Mr. Johnson of the Canadian Pacific
railway round house, went, through
with the 11.c. Horse on Thursday evening. They were g|Ven a royal send
oil hy a great many admiring friends
who   we're  at   the station.
Miss Annie McLean entertained
about 15 of her young friends on
Wednesday evening in honor of her
cousin Miss Greenstage. Whist was
played until twelve, when refreshments were served, afterwards all
played games, until three. Miss
Ethel Phillips and .lack Morgan were
the winners of the first prizes.
Mrs.   Houston   and   son
are  the   guests  ui   Mrs.  L
of Calgary,
Patrick.
W.  G.  Foster,  editor and  manager
Miss  Edmunds,  head milliner for C.
B.  Hume A Co., has returned     home
from the many millinery openings she
has heen attending at the coast  cities
The  Have Orr orchestra  will  hold a    s,„,   reports      havmg  fl   V(,ry  ^^
time on her way from     Seattle     to
Vancouver.   Ahout two o'clock lu the
morrfing of     August  16,  the steamer
she was on, the     Princess Charlotte,
was stopped  hy an   American  revenue
; cutter.     \ .■   of  officers  and  men
Mr. and Mrs. lionford and daughter   from the cutter boarded tbe steamer
il   Medicine  Hat.  are  spending a  few   ; ,,,|  searched  the  hold  and the  offic-
scries eel  dances  throughout the coming winter.
Mr, M. H. Bird of Nelson, is thc
I ouse guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
S.   McCarter for a  a  week or two.
of the Xelson Daily News, is expected    1 ays  with  Mi.  and  Mrs. H.  Bruce of   ers' rooms for ammunition.    Miss Ed-
munde says that while tbe search was
heing made tin' cutter was a blaze of
light hut as soon as it was completed the lights were suddenly turn
1 el out and the cutter slid away in
i in- darkness,
to  arrive  in  the city this afternoon
0:1   his  way  to the coast.
H. G. Knight, tormerly of Revel-
Ftoke, is singing In a moving picture
tneatre in Calgary. Mrs. Knight is
teaching school  iu Edmonton.
Yesterday charged with heing drunk
and disorderly. Tames Denver appeared before Police Magistrate Hamilton
and  was ordered to leave town.
pat O'Brian,  who appeared
■ of  drunk  ai A  disorderly,  this
Second street.
Mr. It. Bregolisse 'is leaving for
Gonzaga college, Spokane Washington, on Monday, where he will resume his usual course I'f studies
Mr. W. Dance has    returned   from
Kamloops      to  spend a  few  days      111
town      before  joining      his  company,
The   Revelstoke     Relief   seeciety   met
it  tin- v.M.c.a.  library  on  Wednes-
Khich ■ ited      to pass through   '"■•'.v  afternoon.    Ahout   15  ladies    at-
m Monday on their way to tlie front
Miss   D e
this     week from
Vancouver, arrived
Vancouver *
ng     was released on suspended   charge of  the commercial class
sentence hy Police Magistrate '
ton.
At a meeting of    the Ladles Relief
Society   held on   Wed: esday   B   collection was taken up to pay for tl
, resented to the soldiers :
.- e city last Tui
The ladies  of the  Reliel Se.i;- •
te pleased to receive   eld ,,1 ne-* mag
azines to !"•  rent I    thi    ;
the lines of communication. Tbe lit -
the high school buUding.
guest     it
1 otel.
She   Is
at
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Mrs    ' ieorge  I '..'leas    has    r-1
■ ths  trip 11    V.
She returned on "•• and
•■■rs  had   ai.  exciting   '
■   •
erature may he left at   A,E 'nends
oflice.
t.f.
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en to a train   jj  Highlandei
• ei through the city this
on Its   way   T..   *.
were  present
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TWe.
the R'-.e  -•    ■   '■'  soni   iodg
T.  Kll]   '
Picket
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few of t
'
tended and helped "in thc making of
sewing kits to he given to the sold-
11 rs. These kits are made of water
iroeif material and each one contains
two   pairs  e.f  socks,  one  pair  of  scis-
.-•is, Mack aud     white thread, linen
stoke  thread, needles,    safety and common
pins, two pair of shoelaces, and darn-
wool  and needles.   The scissors
were tbe gift ..f the Revelstoke llard-
A.ire  company  winch  Is  giving    one
■ b  kit.    It is  the  intention    of
the clu — nt each  ol  our owu
ol the kits
Iges, one
«.ich.    A collect. ■ iken  among
the la . t to pay for the ap-
' *       passing
lay.
in perfect condition nnd the music
was splendid, the orchestra consisting of Miss L. Lee, piano; S. Hillier,
cornet, and Mr. Davis, violin. , At
intervals during the evening Miss
Bertha Hobbs played extras, one particularly heing so seductive that the
dancers refused to rfit down until she
had given nn encore. The dance
I rokc up promptly at. one o'clock and
1 veryone is looking forward to the
next Tango dance.
(In Monday, the 21th, a party consisting of Mrs. L.W. Wood, Miss Marshall, Miss Sibbald, Mr. L.W. Wood,
\v. iiaddo, vi. Budden    (Vancouver),
left Kevelstoke at 7 a.m. accompanied by two pack horses, carrying tents
ihlaiikets and prlviSlons for three days
camp on Mount Kevelstoke. Camp
was pitched two miles past the chalet
(In the following day the party enjoyed a very delightful trip to the
surrounding     lakes,    Kva and Miller,
many picturesque photographs   being
secured,   On  returning  to cam]) witb j
good appetities a   hearty   meal      was
enjoyed in  which  a  good  old  English'
I'.IIS   plum   pudding   played     a     great
part,   The parly returned     home on
Wednesday evening, after having
Bpeill a most delightful time amidst
the prairies and peaks surrounding
Mount Kevelstoke. Beautiful weather
prevailed  for  the whole trip.
The members of the Woman's Canadian  cliih      were  afforded    a genuine '
treat   on      Thursday  afternoon,  when
Miss      Grace     Blackburn   of   London,
i'ii.,   addressed   them.   The  meeting,
which was largely attended  was held
al   the home  of     the president, Mrs. j
Ernest U.S. McLean.    Miss Blacteburn
spoke on  the  "Modern  Education    of j
the Blind."   In her address she spoke
of the  Inestimable work done by the !
institutions formed for tbe education ''
and training of those to whom sight
has heen  denied.    Hut the body of her
remarks  dealt  with  the  work  among
I bese unfortunates lately inaugurated
ly  Miss  Winnifred  Holt in  New York
and she showed      hy   many  examples
how much more beneficial and desirable   is   the  system   which   deals   with
the individual than fiat in which tbo
1 lind live in a segregated colony, and
the investigations     along      this line
have proved that the blind child may
he   taught   iu   the   schools   quite      as
easily   ind   with   no  more  trouble    to '
the teachers than the child  none    of
whose  senses      have      been   deprived.
Miss  Blackburn  is  a    most  pleasing
and    versatile    speaker, and told her
story   in a   manner   that  brought      it
1 oiue to each of     her hearers giving
each  food  for thought   for some time
At the close of the address refresh
ments were served.
thor of "The Shepherd of the Hills,"
for Bale at Bews' drug store.
DRESSMAKING
Miss M. T. Jordon of Toronto, Is
here prepared to do dressmaking of
all kinds. Satisfaction guaranteed.
For terms, etc., address Miss M. T.
Jordon, General Delivery, Kevelstoke.
WANT ADVTS.
TO RENT—Modern furnished house!
Kevelstoke General Agencies.
LOST—On Tuesday, one black kitten.
Reward if returned  to  Ur.  McLean,
t.f.,n.p.
WANTKD—House in Rovelstoke, in
exchange for fruit land in one of the
best valleys in thc interior of British Columbia. Apply Box K., Mail-
Herald Oflice.
FOR KENT— Six roomed house    on
First street,  west.  $15.00  per  month.    Apply  U,  C. Fromcy. lt.p.
cook,     moderate     terms.        Apply
S. Gale, Rokeby avenue.        t.f.n.p
WANTED—Book-keeping by the day
week or month. Auditing and collecting.    Box 317,  Revelstoke.     tff,
LOST—Package containing halt dozen
razors. Please return to Mail-Herald Office.
TO LET—Front room on Third street
ahout a block east of McKenzie avenue. Gentleman preferred. Apply
W.S. in care Mail-Herald.      t.f.n.p.
WANTED—Young Japanese hoy wishes situation. P.O. Box Ild, City
Jack. 8ep.9 p.
FOR RENT—Comfortable well furnished bedrooms for single men, use
of sitting room hath, hot and cold,
—Apply Forest Mills.        Ag.-G.t.f.
TO LET—Spacious well lighted offices
to let. Apply Forest Mills of B.O.
Limited. t.f.n.p.
FOR SALE—Cheap, a baby buggy, in
tirst class condition. Apply 132,
Third street, west. t.f.n.p.
FOR KENT— Rooms to rent with
board.   Near    post office,    excellent
FOR SALE—Or Exchange for hens
Thoroughbred Black Minorca Rooster.      Box   121. H.P-
FOR SALE—New four-hole cooking
stove witb reservoir. Western Green
Apply S. Gale,   Rokeby At.    t.f.n.p.
HlHaPPUHPllllllSilB
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All    changes   of    advertise- (B
ments    must   positively      be d
handed   Into   this      oilice  by g
Monday evening In order that g
the    change  shall  appear  in (Si
Wednesday's  Issue,    and   any g
changes   intended   for  Satur- g
day's issue must be handed in g
not later     than      Thursday g
evening of each week. g
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Magazines Appreciated
by Troops En Route
Magazines are particularly appreciated by thc soldiers passing through
tbe city on their way to the front.
Any citizens having magazines that
they nre unable to distribute themselves mav send them to Mrs. N. R.
l-'rown who will see that they are
I laced on the troop trains. A large
supply is particularly requested for
the  Revelstoke contingent tomorrow.
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HiiW   HE  LOST  HIS  LUGGAGE.
The ' the p irehase of   a
D a: io •      •■ ■   —1 I :   the city
T .        inlon
was expressed  - ild he   lm-      -. ,
possible to sell  bonds at present   loi   I I                \t < .
ol the property 11 I that j A irranft
the value of the land the 8iB-
.v.!r fund.    It   x is  decided  t.,,
hold It on i-'i Iday m *      >*
to rise at present.
Thc window in the Revelstoke Hard
ware corapanj tore shows a
deal of originality, lt contains a model ol a war vessel named II.MH.
Revelstoke. The hull is made of crosscut saws, the top of the hull of hak-
mg tins, the rail of door stops and
steel  chains,  the     masts of  baseball
the drill ball, providing permission is
fe.;; committees irwe formed to  irrange matters, aamaly    ad
Vertlsing,      decorating,   refreshments,
and  tickets     The  Olive  Orr  or'*
ih  giving  it! services.
The Ladies Aid of    the Methodist
batB, thc bridge of bread pans, door , r.lmn-li met on Friday evening si tne
stops and chain, and thc look out of . home of Mrs. Robert Howson In hon-
cake pans, The guns are made of or of Mrs. and Miss Thompson, who
cartridges nnd hose nozzles and other are leaving for their new home in
guns of bed castors resting on brass ' peterboro. Mrs. Lashley Hall i>"nl
screw pulleys. The smoke stacks are ' an address and Mrs. Downs presented
made of tin pipe, the smoke of steel tin, Thompson with 11 magnificent
wool and the search Kght of a funnel | lainrli ->f chrysanthemums und Miss
connected with lights. The wireless Thompson with t tieiititiliil gold
is made of lead pencils skewers and bracelet Dainty refreshments were
tin wire. served and a  musical      program  was
Empress Theatre
Programme
TODA I
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Belli     Shadowed I
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the latest oi 1
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two  parts,   great   101   B
The i .hui   .f it    The
Htrenuotm Life.    The Bmhez
/h-r, in two pa- '
Bash   Oold Heal.   The
gtr of Hickory Nul flap imp
11 E8DAY    T ll K si/1   \ w
MAN, in -ix 1 Dm
tin I'-'iriiniii   in   id" title  role .
JKM |»irti, 127 people,  il 1 reels
of  -ni|M!rb   ill um ii li    ie ' ,01,    ,,
great treat tei everyone   ' ap
lain   Dill       People,',
WKDNKNHA".     Tl,-  \\
TT KHUAV WFI'k     Mo. i„.k
ford in A Good Lii in   Devil,
Hit Piece Orclimtra.
The publisher had engaged a new
man ol all work for his country home
and on his arrival asked:
'Where's your luggage, Mike*1"
ur," said Mike.
Ml   your  luggage?"
"Iverj bit of it. sur," replied Mike.
lid it happen?" asked the
emploj
ol    a  ie irk     came out,
■ ;••.! Mike
BUSINESS  LOCALS
elders,   pencils,      pencil     Imxes,
tebool f'ei   starting      the
child  to scl 1   it   Macdonald's drug
Hard di   -"f* Coal in all sizes for
furnaci 1   range  use.      Prices
• ■  ■•  Counter's   phone 44,  A26.tf.
Special   prices   on   dinner   sets    at
Howson's t.f.n.p.
Srh<ed  Books at   Macdonald's drug
'or"      til   the   new  ones.
Look' Look' yes you can if you
g(-t.  those glaifM  tilled    «t   .1.      Guy
Barber's.
War map of Kurope, 2.ric at Dews'
drug  stor"
Slates and pencils al MaCdonald'l
drug store
gptelal sale ,f curtains, draperies,
talile covers, comforters, etc., at
Howson's. t.f.n.pf
Glyrerine soap two big cakes for
2."  rents  nt   Mardonald's drug  store.
'•Ryes of the World." latest and
I,est  hook by Harold Hell Wright, an-
Big Bargains in Our Stock of Mens
and Boys'
Summer Underwear
Straws
Panamas
Underwear
Tennis Flannels
Summer Oxfords
Men's Suits
Boys' Wash Suits
White Vests
McRae Mercantile Co.
Dr. VERNON'S cushion-sole
Shoe for men
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
cushion-sole Shoe ior women
A Shoe that combines qulel elegence with comfort and tho-ae
weather-resisting qualities that  nave given it the reputation
it now enjoys.
Men's in a variety of leathers $6.00, 6.25 and 6.50
Women's in a variety of leathers       $4.75, 5.00 nnd 5.25
Ladies' cushion-sole Oxfords with rubber heels       3.75
ROYAL SHOE STORE
HOWSON BLOCK
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THIS BOTTLE |
LOWPRICES
REXALL>
A. B. C. SELTZER-the
best effervescent Salt
for sick stomach and
headache, 10c, 25c, 50c
and $1.25.
Rexall
Liver Salts
for kidney and rheumatic affections, 35c,
GOc and $1.00 each.
BEWS' DRUG STORE
Advance in
Leather
has   not  affected  our
prices on School Bags
  60c to $1.50

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