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Vol 91-No 67
REVELSTOKE   B.C. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1914
$2.50 Per Year
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Coun V Makes Grants
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o Both City Bands
Hundred Dollar, to Each Organization-
Ruins of Fire Must be Cleared Away
—May Hotelkeeper Sell Two Gallons ot
Whiskey Bonds in Payment for Market Site.
The  City  Council   last   night      con-   City  could   not   keep  up    the    school
■idered a request  from tbe *',. Veidl LaxeB.
, _|    Aid.  Ilourne did  not think that     a
bund,  contained   m  a   letter  from    II.
Gallicano, asking for a grant toward the funds of the baud and by a
resolution of Aid. Needham, seconded
by   Aid.   Bell,   decided   to    make      the
school  convention      was      the   proper
place for the council to be represented.
The mayor Bald that people    complained  that   their  taxes  were  higher
Thc
blame for the higher taxes «as not
due to the council.
lt was decided to place surveyors
monuments showing grade on tho
laved Btreets,
The mayor  proposed  that the     as-
Banie band grants as  last year.    ThiB thiB  year.      The    expenditure   Of  the
means  that  $100   will   be  granted    to council  was less than  last   year     but
the G.  Verdi band and $100     to   the (he school  taxes     were higher.
City   Band,  The  letter  was  in      part
as follow
"The members Of the hand have on
all occasions been ready to render
their services and have voluntarily
given a  nuiiihet   of  open air concerts
during the summer and they feel that scssment rolls for     next year should
they have some claim upou the gen- he prepared tbis fall when work   was
erosity  of  the council. i,.hb pressing in the city offices.  After
"It must be  admitted tbat an    or- discussion   the  council      decided     to
gauization  of  tins kind  is a   dedided leave the preparation of the rolls uu-
benctit to any community and it must til next year.
also be he.ine  in mind that it   coBts The market    site and liquor license
considerable money to  keep  such   an bylaws aguiu came up for  considera-
institution in running order and     as tion.   It was decided     to     leave the
nearly all the  members of  the    band market   site   bylaw for consideration
are men of small means they find   it at the next meeting, lu the meantime
a very great    burden     without soma thc citj  clerk   will enquire     whether
public     assistance      heing      rendered the owners of the     land  in question
them. are willing to take city bonds in pay-
"We  trust  that  you  will  he      able ment for the lots.
to  make  u  grant   e.f    ,,      reasonable It  was  discovered  that  the  Liquor
amount toward the funds of the band License bylaw empowers hotel keepers
and  in that way  help to keep toget- lo sell two gallons of whisky     at   a
her  what  is  generally  admitted      by time and doubt was expressed   whet-
the citizens   to     be an organisation I her this would be legal as the     pro-
•which rellects credit upon the city." vinciul act.  makes an    imperial   pint
In  replj   to     Aid.  Hell    the mayor the  limit.  The city solicitor  will   be
said  that  until  last  year   there   had consulted on the point.
"*0EHWQ0D.de*lUNtlt,'l-MK 10.  •.    ..
CANADA   SENDS   HELP   TO   ENGLAND
Canada's Crack Kilted Regiment, the Highlanders, who recently passed through  Revelstoke from the coast,
the first, active service contingent leaving for the front
l.cen only one band. Last yeur the
liand grant Ol WOO had been split
aud (100 given to each band.
Aid. McSorlej did not see what the
other halal bad done tills year. lt
had giver, no fr-e satvice. He did not
think it would be fan t.i split the
grant. The Verdi band was training
young musicians and giving free concerts. Tfie excuse of the other band
last year was that it bad no bandstand. It had t bandstand this year
but still gave no concerts. He
thought that a band was most important to a city. He advocated giving the J2O0 grant to the C. Verdi
band.
Aid. Needham thought that thc
rouucil should hire tie hands us required and give no free grants. He
moved seconded by All. Hell thut the
grant he equally divided as last year.
Aid. Bourne said that the other
band wns not isklng for a grant. He
did not know  whethei   there was   un-
Mayor  H.   McKinnon  aud  all
ildermen  were  present.
the
HAVOC WORKED
BY ZEPPELIN
Letter  from   Antwerp   Gives
Thrilling Account of Conditions There
A great deal has been beard     and
Germans in Retreat
Many Guns Captured
London, Sept. 12.—A newspaper des
patch reports a portion of the German army in Belgium in dire straits
for  want of food supplies.
Petrogrod says the Russians have
succeeded  in  separating the Austrian  are said  to  nave heen captured
left  wing from its    main     body     in   tlie allies.
In Austria the territory across   the
river from Belgrade     has been taken
STILL RKTRKATING
London, Sept. 13—The German
right wing and its army in the centre
are still retreating before the allies
in S"rance according to a French of-
l.cial report.     Guns,  men and stores
by
SAYS PARENTS
IN REVELSTOKE
POTTING SHED
IS BURNED
Greenhouses Owned by W. H.
Pottruff Damaged   Covered by  Insurance
Kire which broke out about li
..check on Thursday night destroyed
tbe potting .-bed and the i mis of two
greenhouses belonging to W.H. Pott-
tuff. The cause of the lire is un
known.
Ati alarm ol re was rung in from
1 ox lit at i he i"' nei of Fourth and
Townley streets but little could be
..e.ii.' to check the tire as only a half
inch water supply pipe was available.
The loss, winch is estimated at &200i
is covered by Insurance In the Coi
mercial Union, insurance Companj ol
North America and North Empire
Wmpaniee  of  which      the      Kootenay,
Agencies are agents,
DEALS WITH
WATER CLAIMS
Board of Investigation  Holds
Sessions in Revelstoke—
Arrowhead Today
A large number of water right
claims ivere dealt with by tbe Water
Board of investigation consisting ot
J. F. Armstrong, chairman, and J.S,
Nine Year Old Boy Arrives at T* ■w««»der1   with J. h. Mountain.
secretary, which held sessions at the
court house yesterday, aud on Thursday. Yesterday all streams draining
into the Columbia river north ol the
main line of the Canadian Pacific
railway were dealt with and on.
Thursday   thc  streams draining    Into
and
on   the     main line,     This morning     the
Midnight—Looking  for
Home   •
A little boj . who gave his name as
Louis  Mclvor  and  said he was      nine
years  of  age,   got      off the  midnight  the Columbia  between Wigwam
east bound train at  the station
! Thursday.  As no one came to     meet  commission sits at Arrowhead to deal
Russian  Poland.
President Poinaire    of France     has .
by   tne  bervians.   ine itussians   nave wltll  breams  t,cl,,w  jfigwam.  Among
sent a cablegram to President Wilson Ulken  Tomussow  in  Russian   'Poland !''im and he was unable to say where ...
denying tbat the French     are mauu and report that    they have repulsed his home was he was taken in charge
facturing and using dum dum bullets the
as w ts charged by Emperor William.
WOUNDED ARRIVE
Paris, Sept. 12.—The wounded who
during the first three weeks of hostilities were transferred to provincial
hospitals are heginning to arrive in
Paris.
GUN8 CA.PTUPED
London, Sept. 12.—The Cermans
said regarding a Zeppelin making its continue to retreat. The British
i IMicarance with terrible destruction have taken 11 cannon and many pri-
over tbe city of Antwerp. The follow- J s„iicrs. This was the gist of an ofti-
mg is an account direct from Ant- (Uli report issued tonight here,
wcrp to B.O.  Robbins from  his sister DIPLOMATS DEPART
who lives within ."ai yards from where
one of thc bombs fell.
"Two nights    ago a 'Zeppelin'
Germans   near   Chorzele     and  hy the     Canadian     Pacific    Railway
Myszine. ! P°Uce and escorted     to     the   police
Reports from East Prussia gay that,station  where  he  was  made comfort-
peared over the city at   I  a.m.,   and
other  band  now.   He  moved  that   on   thrcw  0(Jt   nlnp  bomb(J>   0ne bomb Iell
Pans  Sept.  p.'.—Ily invitation of the
I British  military  authorities the Ger-
ap", man    .charge d'affairs and the     Aus
trian diplomatic agent departed from  pnny gays:
thc Russian 22nd army corps has/been
defeuted by tbe Germane at Lyck.
GERMANS FIRE LOW
Puris, Sept. 12.—It is marked that
most of the wounded arc 'in the feet
or limbs and not seriously. Showing
a tendency of the Germans to fire
low. Another peculiarity is that the
Sengnlese and Algerian rifle men seem
nearly ull to have sabre wounds on
tbe arm and shoulders, evidence of
their charges upon Geimun cavalry
and gunners.
GERMANS PILLAGE TOWN
London, Sept. 12.—A despatch froi^
('stead to tbe Reuters Telegram com-
'A severe     engagement
able for the night.
The boy said that he had been put
on the train at Kamloops by his
Aunt and that his father and mother
nnd two brothers aged 11 and 11 lived in Revelstoke.
The boy's pareuts were located yesterday by the city police.
account of the bard times the Verdi
hand be grain "'1 ■> ■• and the other
bund >2"i.   Tins would   CUt   the      band
e ti Doctor Merteni house cutting the '
body of one of     the   servants right
took place yesterday in the neighborhood of Grembergen     and    Iermonds
open  and      had     the     sheets thrust
grant 'm half.  Tbe   bunds were  given   lhrough thl. W(nlml8i unotber hud her
free light.
Aid  i'radolini  thought
that     the
I inly cut  across and a third one wus
also wounded, all mortally  and     the
city  should encourage the building Up   proptrt,  |,.l(1|v .ininuged.
Egypt today
TO DEFEND COLONIES
Paris,  Sept. 12.—A despatch to the Belgium, The Germans   beat a hasty
Havas agency from Litftpni says that retreat   leaving  300  prisoners  behind.
the relnforncements composed of 3000 Before leaving 3ormonde    tbe    Gcr-
Portug?se  troops  departed  today  for mans pillaged     and    destroyed     the
the  Portuguese colonies in Africa. town.
of one good baud.
'The second    bomb fell in the   Bo-
Aid. McSorlej suggested making the tanlca, RaraeM .,,„„„ -„ yardt  lrom
us blowing out all the windows   and
grant ,»l-"i to tin'      "Verdi baud      and
H'lir to the other baud. ,|,,ors  in   ,ne  neighborhood  including
Aid. Hell thought that  this     might lll(isi. „, ,h(. hoipluJ ,„ the rue Uo.
bc fair considering th.- number in each ,mh. v.hv,.l. thl, inmat ,H mvn expo8C(i
band but  that  there WOUld be trouble (r()ln ,,„. Mtr,.,.ts  M „„ the door8 an(l
if the grant  were      Unevenly  divided, windows were out.
He believed   that   both     should     be ..,„ ,,„. rill. ,,,. ,,,  ,,ustice a   ,)oml)
treated    alike.     The     citv   band bad M\ ,„ ,|„. „„ddle ol ta.   street   doing
turned out  recently on several ocoa- considerable damage t,. property  and
Hions When then  services were renuir- scattering  furniture and  old  pictures
"d- of value all over.   Another bomb was
Aid.   NCi'dhain   though!   that  It  Was dropped   in   the     Rue  des  d.n.ie  mols
uot a cade of numbers but of   music,
His motion was carried.
Must (lent   Awav   Ruins.
GIFTS OF FRUIT
FOR SOLDIERS
Apples and Plums Presented by
Ranchers of Fauquier
and Needles
JUDGE ADVISES
OPERATION
Text   of   Award   in   Suit   for
Damages for   Injury
Through Fall
those )eresent at the meetings were
W. A. Gordon, city clerk, G. B, Mc-
Carter, A. Mcbonnel, I. Hume, R.
.Smith and G. Seriaanl.
The Water Board has confirmed the
following  claims  to water rights:
Yates creek, D.A. Lawson and C.B.
Hume for use on part of section 23.
Hay Creek and McRue Lake, G.
Serianni for use on part of section 24,
Alex McRae for use mi part of section,
28; (II. Hume and B.A. Lawson for
use on part of section 2J.
Illecillewaet river. City of Revelstoke  for power  purpl
Hamer creek, City of Revelstoke foe
water works
Bridge Creek, City of Revelstoke for
water works
Big Eddy Creek, CF. l.mdmark for
use on milUite, section .12 and 13.
Floyd Creek it 13tb Crossing, City
of Kevelstoke for water works.
Floyd (reek ,,t 13th Crossing. City
of Revelstoke for water works.
Llndmark    Creek,      formerlv      Mill
An interesting letter has been     re-  Crcck   c   F   Undmark   (or   ugc     ^
ceived  from  Joseph    Hofcson,  l"i*nd,  mlllslte lection   12 and
H.M.R., one of the Revelstoke volun-     Taj.ping Creek .  in     Pacific
teers,  hy his father and mother.  Mr.   tWlwaj  for hotel   ind railway; Rcvel-
and Mrs.   R   Howson.     Mr.  Howson  *** \ *   '*'• ^rt
'•  section 27.
writes from Val Cartier in part     ai     Wr,t hr;in,, ,,,,..,,.,, , „,k   Ci,y
follows: ,if Revelstoke 'or water works,  C.  A.
"Just  finished  supper here.      Some Procunier fo; ,-t   of   sectli n
sight to witness   13,000     soldiers     in  24.
camp.      All  have m     attend church      ! '" '"r    «"•
at brewery,
parade on Sunday. Get up at 6 a, m.     ,, ..    . , ,, ,                  ,
Colbeck Creel sale] spring, J,
go to parade; : breakfast; J, parade  \(, . .   ,.,.. H . ,    ...    ,,,,   „„
i.ntil 9.30; paradi   ind drill 10.80   I
SOLDIERS TALK
OF REVELSTOKE
Letter From Joseph Howson—
Tells of Experiences in
Camp
The following 'is the     full  text      of
Judge  Form's   award   in    the case of
Abru-
II.Ci;  dinner      at      12.30;    drill    an.l
shooting,  IH 30 f' -   p.m.      S l|
to 7.30; then drill or roll call
"The y.m.c.a. has kindly put   up
two tents fot   ivrtttng. There are now
waiting to wrc
"Your receptlot       I
farewell     at
• Ions  of fruit  for pre-
next to  one  of the  most  fashionable sentatlon to soldiers passing through
lestaurants -Colon" pf the city   and the city     have     been  made   to    the   Richard II.   Ramsay  vs    0.   W
u couple of doors    from the Bourse; !iCVeUtoke     Belief      association    by   hamson
A resolution waa passed instruct,,,,..  ,,„. hoUM waB spUt rlgbt tbroUgh and raneha_    mi th. Arrow Lllk08     The I   On the 7th, November 191-3 the  ap-
tbc city clerk  to notify   the property   fu(,M  f#U  tnto tbc rimU  kmlag threc «<*«•     °" the Arrow Lakes.     ft. .               ^ ^                                 ^£
owners concerned to cleai away   the „, t,„. inhabitant* tallowing tetter   In    sonnectlon with ^ rf ^ ^^^    [n ^^ ^ ^
ruins of the lire at the fool of     Mc-      ..0n tbe    Marche' aux Chevaux     a 'he gifts has been received from K.G.   workjIll. M u ,,;,!„,,.,  and besides ot-
■SaMle  Wei  Within    ten  days.      If  |.„U8.. was destroyed and seven people Pauouer by  H.  V.  Morgan, secretary  her minor  injuries he     sustained     a'Kevelstoke was something not to   be
this is not  done thl   Cit)   Will do   the   k ill.-.l.   In   the  rue     Lozannc  another of the Relief association:                          rupture.      The    building  was     being  forgotten, and  Will  -itay in my mem-
work at  the expense ol  the property  house was     destroyed     and     all the Dear Sir—On  receipt of your wire used by the respondent as he deposes  . ry foremost  as the  ■      I
owners.   It   was  Considered   that       the   trees uprooted,  a  f.-arf ',*.  light and so of  the  Jnd.  inst, received yesterday, I   in his afbdavil  of the llth,   June lull   i„  ,„y  life.    The boys  .if 102nd,  rtgt-
ruins  were a source   Ol    Ore    danger.   ,,   „ everywhere   We are spending   a called  on some  oi  the  neighbor! and   "for storage of materials for use   in   ment'and also tin   i   ■     I.
eapeclalls  In view of thi  fad     that terribly anxious time. secured donations of fruit as follows: tbe erection oi a hotel building  and ly appreciated the klndnesi       '   I
three incendiary ores had already oc-     •■s,, lights are    allowed any more .lames ahlell ol Needles, 6 boxes  of other buildings in Revelstoke."           ladies ,ind people of Revelstoki     and
i lined  In the deb11                                     now   ,t  night when once dark all the applet,  Chas.  Ferguson,  Of  Fauquier,      f Bnd that the     Injury  by accident   when we meet     it     il   common talk
Trustees Conventli shutters have to be dosed and blinds  l crates plums, J. l. Kunk, oi rau-| Bbout Rovelsl        •      own tl
A,ld. Bell suggested tl il thi council  drawn, and the streets are in    utter quler, ,1 boxes apples, nnd am lending
should send a representative to   the darkness   No oafs'i open and   every- the same number myself.
school trustees            tion In Nelson,   thing is closed and the   people    »re i regret that   this    request should ed by the recipients.
The City, he said, we   overburdened  forbidden to leavs their homes. . lust at this season, asour             i am yours faithfully,
with school    ta                i   toke had     "Airships By all night In order   to summer crop is past and the i       is'                     \r, q, FAUQUIER
twit i   many     children In propoi    bombard the Zeppelins which are no« not  quite ready, but we have    done I     p, s
■l"11   to     populatl                  Nelson  oi   ll                  i   llrussrls   and thoy   only thl                  could for the tin                 I am unable to pay the freight chn «es,   gave  me I  a tr.
■Kami ',     nut should receive greater,- Trusting that the fruit will   reach Will vou kindly attend to it and md  t.-it thee-   I will write soon
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about 300 men writing and -~""  more    ' tht
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you  ill   good  order   and  be   >| predat-  the bill to me
us the best receptb d along the line.
Our fruit lasted right Into camp., the
little toi.ens .if remembrance *
me on parting are    lomething I tm   ■      rancl
keeping, If It   n   ik      my    back   to • ■ . rity>
We have no agent heie so  carry   them   all       The  ring  the  boys  ,.jft  of 1    ■
wiring   and plea*-  ,, sun ;,T |i
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THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVE.^      IKE
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HIGH ADMIRAL ALFRED P. T. VON TIRPITZ
tn command of the naval forces of Germany.   His son was taken
prisoner by the Uritish in the naval battle near Heligoland
SUMMER GOODS
CAMPERS' SUPPLIES   Tents, Stoves, etc.
LAWN GOODS   Hose, Reels, Mowers.
PORCH REQUISITES—Hammocks, Netting.
DINING ROOM ^OMFORTS-Electric Fans.
HOUSE NEEDS—Screen Doors and Windows.
YOUR CHILD'S HEALTH -Tennis Goods.
PASTIME WANTS -Fishini? Supplies, Rifles, etc.
KITCHEN NECESSARIES-Refrigerators, Freezers.
DRIVING COM FORTS-Lap Robes and Dusters.
All to be had at
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing       Tinsmithini*       Electric Supplies
The World's Greatest Invention
The flew Edison Phonograph
No Needle Required
Disc Records
No Horn      -   ■
■  Diamond Point
Non-breakable
411 Cabinet Style
COME IN AND LET US   DEMONSTRATE
THIS NEW MACHINE TO YOU      ■«»
HOLOSOn Sr CO.     ::    Sole Local Agency
EVERY BARREL OF LIME
■      r I Will
le.'    lee. lllll    |
thoee who Intend building, impi
im.'   repairing,  oi
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i,i   the   building
,|ii.-.- fully.    Th •
tbi' cheap-. »
Globe Lumber Co..ltd.
SAM MccTHAHON
General Blaccimith
Light anil heavy Wagons, light tl
Sleighs, Huggiev Cutterv Plow,  Harrow.
I-ar.n Implements,   tttgonr, mas. mil r»0»ir«t
Agent for John Deere and Company and International Harvester Co
Farm Implements
HOUSE   SHOEING A SPECIALTY REVELSTOKE,  IC.
Shoes Below Cost!!
Last of our $3,000 Stock
must be sold out at once
Men's Fine Shoes    Men's Heavy Shoes
Men's Med. Heavy Shoes
ORDER A PAIR TODAY
John Mclntyre C& Son
First Street.
Telephone No. 93
Agents for Consumers' Tailoring Company, Toronto.
ITEMS OF INTEREST
FROM EVERYWHERE
The buffalo Of   thc    Uii'itcd States     C, C.  Brandt, a Montreal   diamond
and Canada now number about 8,000. dealer, bus been arrested on suspicion
  I of being a spy in the secret service of
New Brunswick's gltt to tbe British
Empire in the present criBis is 100,-
000 bushels of New Hnmsvviek potatoes.
The value of gold produced   in   the
(liilil   Coast,  of Aslianti  during      llH'J
was $2,015, l/iij, the largest production
on record.
tin- German Government.
The Karl of llraiiiiril bas been appointed in command of the Hfth battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment,
and Baron Semphill In command of
the Hlack Watch Regiment of the new
army.
Reports from points on the     west
coast of smith America Indicate that cause
conditions worse than known in mauj
yours now  prevail  as a   result  of the
European war.
Retail prices for foodstuffs throughout thi' Dominion as a whole show no
fe •■ anxiety. Through its cor
respondents in dtfferenl districts thi
Labor di lartment is keeping In the
closest touch with tho course of
i i a.    in • very Bectlon,
Claude Grahame-Whlte, the noted
ivlator, has been appointed a temporary Hit-lit coinmundei In the British navy. Richard T. Gates, who re
cently resigned from the Royal Aero
Club,  has been  appointed a  tempor
nry  Bight  lieutenant.
Nearly   250  reservists   from   Cunada
are undergoing  special      training      in
\ Morco' despatch to the Central
S'pvvi > iys ii is announced that on
account 'if the war J wh . ,l . nctors
und student will be admitted to tho
courses of the Russtnn Red CroBs so
ciety. Their admission in normal
times is forbidden by law,
Now York state legislature provided
heavy   gun  work   at   Woolwich  arsenal   for  a slate school of agriculture      on
with a view to joining tin w Royal   Long Island, The lowest bids for the
Garrison     Artillery brigades,     which  plant   of this school amount to near-
bring  forward   most of the  men   hailing from the Canadian  west.
"1'ii? raising should go hand In
hand With dairying," is an official
announcement concerning live stock in
the state of Victoria, Southern Australia. The next sentence is nlso applicable to tbe Pacific northwest
•'The results, assuming care and gooj
management, ure Biire to be profitable."
ly v'.nn,nun, Including live cottages,
planned for twelve yirls each, and
designed to teach housekeeping, and a
dormitory designed for sixty boys.
Cecil Lubbock, director of the Bank
• ■' England, and of the Northern Ab-
surance company, and managing di-
rectoi of Whltebreads Brewery company, has been appointed a director
of tbe Hudson's Hay company, lining
the vacancy   created by the appoint
ment  of  Sir Thomas  Skinner to 'the
The capture of Apia by    tbe     New governorship,  vice  Lord  Strathcona.
Eealand and Australian expeditionary 	
force is most significant, as it     novi By terms of an order issued     from
leaves the     German   cruisers Leipzig the   Dominion  Department of    Marine
and Nurnberg without     a naval base and  Fisheries all    British ships     are
in thc I'acitic.  When their coal is ex- warned  thnt  they  must   show      their
hausted they must either light or ul- colors when signalled,  and stand  'by
low themselves to be interned for the if signalled by His Majesty's ships. A
period of war in some neutral port. vessel  neglecting to hoist ber colors,
  and running away,      is     liable to be
The decision    of the Surrey  County tired on. The orders are signet   ,iy the
Cricket club  to abandon    its remain- Deputy Minister of Marine.
nig fixtures, owing to the crisis means 	
in erlect that there will  be  no chain- C.  H.  Williams of the Otti  va par-
plonshlp this year as at the time the Lamentary press gallery   Ottawa, has
decision  was reached  Surrey  led     by been  appointed  In  charge of the nfti-
i tily   a   narrow   margin  from   Middle- . lal   press service  of  thc  Militia    De-
sex. Derby-shire heat Worcester by five,
wickets. Worcester's scores were 311
and 1 ■'" and     Derbyshire's     206     for
v. H-ket.
Minerals  produced    in  the
States in 1913 were valued at $2,500,-
■ 00,  establishing a    new     record,
Secretary Lame     announced recently.
This was an increase of more
partment. He is n brother     of     Sir
John Hnnbury Williams, who was for
some years military secretary to the
Governor General. Bvery male member of the fat lily is doing duty in
l*niteel connection with the army or thc
navv.
The  Antwerp correspondent  of    the
than   Morning Post, after a close investiga-
 ver the     1912    and    of
..ver     the     1911  output.
tion of the attempts of Zeppelin air
-hips in Antwerp, says be has arrived
Secretary  Land  predl tlll far-   .lt the conclusion thnt tbe     carrying
ther   increase   tiecause   of   new   oppc-
t ir.iti.es f.T marketing resulting   from
■   ■
nal.
power    'if    the     Zeppelins has been
le.ssly exaggerated, and that,     with
proper precautlont a city car.     guard
almost wbollv     ;: i-ist airships    witu
  Mich   in iw its of mischief as   the Zep-
\   .                •         ■  •                 :.  pelins have   demonstrated up  to the
npany will  be held   present  time.
•     ■ thr 	
■   •
.   -
. ■ order
rd  with  thl
In replj to s question whether the
i inted States embassy would leave
Paris in the ( nt of an investment
by the Germans      Mvron T. Merrick,
lie   \mi iii-aii  a    le-  .sailor said'   "The
[ the  tion   American embt -ill  remain here.
■ |   My governmenl  oflered me the i boice
■ returning to thi     nlted   Hates   or
■
Ing here. I chosi   to remain be-
tnanj   \merlcans will be     here
aIio  will  need   mv   support and      pro-
•    .    -'■ it      i' Inclal  Work-
!    iSSOClal' .'1     at   their bus!
in     11  lifax.   last week,
'
■
solution      thanking     the j
'   '     ' *    lts  ;'"1""
. in     cesi • ry burden be-
n   i he people through   an 1
inwarranted Increase oi t.i" price   .,(
ifs and 'it ier sin, '■  commodl- j
■I  * ith n resolution '
m i uraent's   de-
' Ion in plni ■  all the resource!
if tbe '■' inti .    •  the   1 sposal of the
Impire In the ■■
foi
rk.
H     i    Bow-mi
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leer In Queen Chnrlott*   Is- ,n« *   ■'"'""     In"
krthui    ol  i iadner, Wyom-
h&d    prove.]    |      I  ,'repH
.linns,  Alio   ■ ■ re at! u In 'i I o .i circus
Bf0 ,, BUn  ,     .            ,,. e.hirt, wqi performi ,-     Trloste when
,i ,.:, i ii   M !  brok« ""'■    '"•||     London
,,,    ,,,   Moresby fils            utl ""'*'   "*:,"v ' "l,l,,;   "dwntur*.     in
Inlet   m the Quei '*''""' ' '"' »■ Mr-     ArU,,,r
,„,„,,,   roi   ■ time it wee (eared that "'i'1 •*•»' "' """"'"' Austria he   had
m„. esparlmeni had   proved I    tl«M   ' n many persona auapected of being
„g uttle trace ol ths  >ig ,-           mid ■JrtM kn,,u l,v "'",,H-     A""""' ""'"'
be found  Now. however. M,   WHiami ""'■'• """'" "omen.     M one town be
las bote informed thai a number    oi wltneaaed the arresl   >f 300 Servians,
.,:,..■, have been sr,.,, on tbe   •■«» side w,<" ""''* shawd     witb     poiaonlng
,.f Maaaetl inlet, The settlers in   the families,    Thev were lined up before
viclnltj have co-operated  with     the walla and ahoi   VI Munich, according
Oovernmenl and huve refrained Irom '" Mr   Arthur, the Indians were   ar-
molesting the herd which II li   hoped "":,,'(1 -*""1 '""lly    mauled   by a mob
W1H,   ir   time,   result   in  such  InrtciiKcR '"fore   the   police   were   able   to   afford
„P   will   tttahlirt    a     new   habitat   l< lew   protection,   The   mob  bad raised
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Judgment has been delivered by Mr.
Justice Murphy in the case of John
Johnson versus Albertiui Anderson u
dispute respecting a quarter section
of land near Malakwa. John John
son sued for specific performance of
an ugreement of sale of the laud
dated April 23, 1306, between A. D.
Mclntyre of Kamloops as administrator of the estate of Charles John
Johnson deceased aud on behalf of
the defendant Albertini Anderson
who 'is a sister of the former owner
of thc land, C!.J. Johnson who wus
drowned in the Eagle river. The
validity of the agreement ol sale,
which was for $000, was coatesteil liy
the defendant Mrs. Anderson who had
since asked the plaintifl $3000 for
the property.
Mr. Justice Murphy's judgment is
us follows:
This is u case which, however decided, must cause greut hardship to
one or the other of the parties. Of
the two, a decision aguinst the plain-
till would seem to intl'ict the greatet
injury and that on possibly the more
innocent party. Yet I feel compelled
by the authorities to hold the uctioa
must fail. American Abell Engine &
Thresher Co. vs. McMillan 1- S.C.C.
377, wub a decision on language
practically identicul with section -8
o' the Regulations governing homesteads iu thc Railway Uelt. That case
decided that a agreement such as the
one here sued upon is absolutely null
and void, and no question of estoppel can bc raised to validate it.
Then it is contended that, after re-
! commendation fer patent, defendant
agreed to turn over the property to
plaintiff. The original agreement being void, this, to be enforceable,
would have to he a new contract. I
cannot find any such contract proven,
Even grauting defendant had said she
would turn over the deed, she was
willing to do so, as thc event show-
id. but only at un increased price.
From the time she took the matter
of getting the deed into her own
hands, I think she never intended to
part with the property for $900. and
certainly never made any enforceable
agreement to do so.
As to the contention that she is
liable for damages, assuming such an
action could succeed (as to which 1
express no opinion) I am unable to
hold that Mr. Mclntyre waa her
figent. 1 think he was a principal and
merely obtained her consent as a
precaution against any possible future attack on himself based ou an
assertion of a sale at an undervalu-
tion. As to the equities behind the
Crown Grant I think it doubtful that
they can be considered the Crown
, having decided on conflicting claims.
Farmer vs. Livingstone, 6 S.C.C. 140
Bolton  vs.  Jcfferies,   10  Grant S'S2.
It is contended that the Crown
were not seized of all the facts and
cppurently the decision was made
without thc fact of the Order under
the Intestate Estates act having been
made being present to the minds of
the officials who gave it. There was,
however, ample opportunity to recall
this to their attention. The plaintiff
himself could have no locus standi
lit-fore the department for the very
fact of his having acquired un inter-
ist involved, not ar.y rights acquired
1-y bim, but, under thc regulations,
a forfeiture of the entry. Had the
: department been seized of all the
facts such for feiturcs might have
been the result, but clearly, under the
law, It could do nothing to protect
the plaintiff. In this connection it is
to be remembered that the plaintiff
himself was a party—albeit an Innocent one—to the deception of the
department. It was on his declura-
tlon, as to improvements that the
patent issued. This declaration
ou its facn, states thHt it is
made is agent for the legal representatives of deceased and that plaintiff claims the patent for the benefit
of the heirs. Both these statements
were untrue. I am fully convinced
that plaintiff had no idea of what he
was doing. He is a foreigner scarcely
able to make himself understood in
Knglish and he simply signed what
v as nut before hiru, thinking it was
a step towards getting a title for
himself. That fact, however, cannot
alter the legal result that he, himself, does not come into Court with
dean bands,
I must dismiss the action as
against Anderson but, following what
WU done ln the somewhat analogous
case ill dimming vs, Cumming, 15
Man. R. IHO, such dismissal will be
without costs.
TAX SALE
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell by public auction the land or
improvements or real property in the Municipality of the City of Revelstoke, B. C, given ln the schedule hereunder, for delinquent taxes and
subsequent taxes, on Monday the 14th day of September, 1914, at thc
hour of 12 o'clock noon, In the City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C.,, unless the
annus of taxes. intereBt and costs  are sooner paid:
Description
As&ebsed Owner
►J       O
Ueuzley, Mrs. M.E 20
Nam Sing  '.    6
McLeod,  John    9
McLeod,   John   10
Lewis, F.  B 15
Lewis, F. B 16
Coughlin, Mrs. H.E. ... 1
Coughliu, Mrs. H.E. ... 2
Osborne,    Mrs.  W.E.  ...  2
Stacey,    Mrs.  K   2
-r-irrianni,   1'ete      5
Twanzuk, Majk   4
D'Arcangelo, (,'. & F. ...   1
D'Arcangelo,   F   2
Wilke3,  0.   J 12
McMahon,   Sam     1
McMahon,   Sam    2
Smith,    Robert      8
Turnross,   Chas    11
Turnross,  Chas 12
Hansen, Mrs. C. E. (E 77-
 24
Ross,   Mrs.   Jane    24
Ross,  Mrs.  Jane  25
Interior Pubg.  Co   14
Barraclough,    E   2
Barraclough,    E   3
Brown,  Wm    1
Brown, Wm   2
Viah Chung    7
Caley, Robert  14
Caley, Robert  -..15
Caley,   Mrs.   John    16
Caley, Mrs.  John  17
Caley,  Mrs.   John   18
Doll,    L.   H   3
Johnson, August, estate 7
Johnson, August, estate 8
Johnson, August, estate 9
Peterson,    P. A    1
Wah    Chung    4
perrin, Mrs.  Jules .......  7
l'errin, 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.|Lawson,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,   Rand       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
22
27
27
27
28
28
39
39
42
44
101
104
107
107
2
4
4
4
11
11
20)
16
17
17
25
99
99
2
2
3
5
5
5
5
5
636A
636a
536a
636a
636 a
636 a
636B
636B
63 6D
636B
636E
536E
636E
636E
636E
636
636
636
636
636
'I'iixt a lo Li c,
51, 1018, und
in lint. I lo
Late nl Sale
114.44
82.41
98.57
49.99
46.47
111.23
67.30
139.88
68.46
90.33
48.67
8.37
53.71
42.01
158.54
165.76
100.34
104.36
19.56
23.18
Coslb H
m,u Kx-    "5
ptnbts    fc"
Bradley,   Mrs
Bradley, Mrs.
Brudley, Mrs.
Bradley,  E
Lund, M.W.
Lund, M.W.
Lund, M.W.
Lund, M.W.
Tievine,   J.
Devine,  J.
2
. 3
. 4
.12
Mae
Mac .
,  Mae .
A	
, Agent    7
, Agent    8
, Agent   9
, Agent  10
J.   7
J   8
8
8
8
8
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
11
11
12
14
16
18
19
19
41
41
41
44
44
48
48
48
48
48
48
49
49
49
49
49
55
55
55
55
56
56
636
636A
636A
636C
636
636
Govt, plan
3 by Deville
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3    636
Govt. Plan
3 by  Deville
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
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
8689
86.89
74.37
55.93
55.93
55.93
59.60
50.56
53.08
7.04
5.63
6.34
4.21
4.04
6.88
4.87
7.94
5.11
5.78
4.20
2.38
4.45
3.94
8.98
9.28
6.40
6.58
2.89
3.06
8.22
4.10
5.16
10.87
8.57
7.36
6.30
6.50
11.05
3.55
3.56
6.70
3.90
3.90
3.95
3.45
3.85
3.35
3.50
4.95
3.90
5.20
3.95
3.60
3.45
5.90
3.45
5.00
3.90
6.70
10.85
11.20
5.05
4.90
3.80
5.10
4.50
4.90
3.85
5.05
3.30
7.55
4.70
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
50.51
118.11
72.17
147.82
73.57
96.11
52.87
10.75
58.16
45.95
167.52
175.04
106.74
110.94
22.45
26.24
145.02
51.72
77.04
213.05
161.61
124.32
103.20
111.00
224.15
38.45
38.56
113.65
46.21
46.22
47.02
35.79
43.89
33.35
36.24
107.74
48.19
78.06
46.56
40.49
36.09
94.3T
36.09
75.79
48.47
116.49
220.02
146.68
77.10
73.13
45.86
79.78
60.89
70.61
46.15
71.56
33.07
133.72
66.08
46.15
70.27
176.04
72.59
67.21
66.44
172.95
67.22
72.59
97.79
287.25
92.68
92.68
79.58
60.48
60.48
60.48
64.37
54.87
57.52
Dated this Fourth Day of August,   1914.
W. A. GORDON, Collector.
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ft. B. SHUBERT  Inc.. jffiSggSgLSg
Now i3 the time to purchase your Guns
and Ammunition for the fall shooting.
We carry the best stock in the city,
and every article that goes out of our
store in this line is absolutely guaranteed by us.
SHOT GUNS—single barrel from $7.50
to $9.00. double barrel from *12.00
to $40.00
RIFLES Winchester, Remington, and
Ross from $15 to $30
AMMUNITION No. 12 U.M.C, and
Western. Recognised as the best
Shells made
HUNTING KNIVES, COATS, BELTS,
&c, &c.
SportiiHj Ooods
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Agents for GURNEY'S CHANCELLOR Ranges.
GOOD POLICY
It's good policy to think of I he future
It'sstiil better policy loprovid" against
the niisfortunes it may have in store
for you.   The surest way of piotecling
yourself and family is a
LIKE INSTJRANOE POLICY
with a tellable company. The high
financial standing ami long busiUfra
career of lhe Kootenay Agencies
makes it absolutely trustworthy.
Your time mav he near at hand.
Don't delay.   Take out a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid. Manager.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
GENERAL DRAYING
Furniture and Piano-moving a
Speciality
Phone 46—276.  Night Phone310
SWITZER BROS.
J. H. 0URTI8
E. G. Burridge k Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We ipeclallM In
MetallloCeilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Workshop   Uonnaugbl Ave
Ki:\T.i.stork        H H.r.
TO SHOW TOU A COPT OF THC
S 10.000.00
ROBIN HOOD
COOK BOOK
THIS BOOK CAH BC SECUREU
WITH COUPONS lOUeMOINlVfR-rBAGOF
ROBIN HQDD
ROLLED OATS
SYNOPSIS   OF COAL MINING
REGULATIONS.
1HHHHHES1ESSSSI1
h a
ill AU   changes   of   advertise-    ■
1) ments    must   positively      he    £
1] handed  into  this     office by
*■] Mommy evening ln order that
[*] the   change  shall  appear  in
(■] Wednesday's  issue,    and  any
[a] changes  Intended  for  Satur-
(■] day's issue must he handed in
gj not later     than      Thursday
fjf] evening of each week.
HigaSlllllllB115?'jl
Advertising    Pays
IF      you advertise
in  the Mail-Herald
Coal mining rights of the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alien a, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and In a portion of the Province ol British Columbia, may he issued for a term ot
twenty-one years at an annual rental of Jl an acre. Not more than
2,660 acres will he leased to one applicant.
Application for lenso .mist be made
ly the appU<tant in person to the
Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district
in which the rights applied for are
situated.
The lease will include the coal mln-
Lng rights only, but the lessee ma)
!. petrmittetd to purchase whatever
available surface rights may be con-
fideriei isarj fur the working of
the mine at the rut.' ol H0.O0 an
acre.
In rorreyej tern* nd must
le    described    by  MCtlOM, legs
sub-divisions i ! SSeCttons, nnd In un-
surveycl territory the tract applied
for shall be staked out by thc ap-
[hcai.t himself.
Bach application must be accompanied h> l  fn-  ol ?"•  which  Will    be refunded  it thr   rights  applied  for    are
jnot available, but   nm otberwlM.   A
royalty   shall    be    paid on the n.er-
' cbaol t ol the mine at the
Irate of live cents per ton.
The  person • ting tb( rr.tne shall
furnish the Agent with sw, rn returns
[accounting for the full quantity Ol
merchantable coal mint,'. ar.d pay the
loyalty th. reon If the Coal mining
rights are m.t heme operated, such
leturns should be furnished at least
once a year.
Kor full information application
should he made to th" Secretary Ol
the Depart nw.t r.f 0,,* Interior. Ottawa, or to the Acent or Suh-Aeent
of Dominion Lands.
,W. W. CORY. PAGE  KOL'R
THE   MAIL-HERALD,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMIIRR  12th   I9MS;
cbc flfeail-lberalo
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY   ANU
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE.   B, C
ADVERTISING  RATES
Local Reading Notices and Business
Locals 10 cents per line each Insertion
Minimum locnl  ad char;?     25 cents.
Applications f<u Liquor Licenses $5,
Applications lor Transfer of Liquor
i.icenscs 87.50,
Oil prospecting notices $7.50,
Land Purchase Notices. $7.
Water Application Notice-;,   up   to
1 0   words,  87.50,   over   100  words in
: oportion,
jntcrtot ipubltsbtnfl Gompanyj
1.IM1TCI'
E,  G.  ROOKE, Manager and Editor
■SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER  12th  WW
ALLIES ARE HARMONIOUS
By getting the French and Russian
Governments to join Great Britain In
a covenant to conclude terms of peace jr|lst reuaatn
only in conjunction with ami agreeably to each other, Sir Edward Grey
has pei formed a master-stroke. The
harmony of the Entente is to be carried through to the dictation of terms
■it Berlin. In the later stages of the
war, when e-he is exhausted and slowly
being crushed, Germany will noi be
able to save herself by dividing the
allies. The Kaiser will not, if Russia
adheres to the covenant her Ambassador in London has signed, lie able
to procure the retirement of tlie
Czar's troops Irom the tight hy offering An-tra-llungai-y as a sacrifice.
Neither will France, even if ground
beneath the heel of the German invader, he able to make a separate
surrender. Britain is m the light to
the hitter end, and, by means of the
agreement now negotiated, will be in
a position to. maintain a satisfactory
balance of power in Europe when the
map is heing remade.
Then- has heen no indication that
any of the allies contemplates, now, or
at ary future time, leaving the others
in the lurch, in order to make separate
terms of peace. The existence of a definite agreement calling for co-operation and harmony during all stage- of
'he war, and particularly at the end.
was. however, vital to the security and
i.-onPdence of the allies. When
r 'ices   are   al    last    beaten,   and  the
Fatherland i- being  subjugated, the
Kaiser if Mire to endeavor to detach
one of the allies from the othets. The
Government that could infamously -<■-
due* it rem  Britain from  her treaty
Turkey for years played the powers of
Europe against each other, (living a
little concession here, a little concession there, the "Sick .Man " fended oil'
real -el I lenient of many grave and aggravating questions thai would speedily have been put out of the way had
not Lhe jealousy and cupidity ofthe
powers set each other at naught.
When German power lies crushed under the arms of the victorious allies
the Kaiser will not. hesitate to take a
leaf out of the Ottoman book.
lu the tirst Balkan War the Serbs,
Hulgars and (Ireeks fought in a
common cause against Turkey. Then
the Serbs and Hulgars turned on each
other, anil Roumania, which had
slaved .ml of the first war, stepped
in on exhausted Bulgaria and took
territory. The compact signed by
(lieat Britain, France and Russia
ought to make impossible the repetition ui this phase of Balkan history.
The danger of a second mighty conflict over the division of the now dis"
Integrating Austro-Hungarian Empire
is minimized, If Britain is determined upon it, the integrity of the
main part of the German Empire can
be assured, and a Teuton bulwark
against the uniting Slavdom of the
The world will breathe
easier in tlie confidence that when
Ihe present great struggle is over
there will noi he conflicts to follow-
as an aftermath, and in the knowledge that a i"iii- and satisfactory
settlement of peace terms among the
.illies is aimed at.
Turn Ior     this     purpose with under-  taincy of T   R. L.  Taylor and  drills
standing that  all  kinds of Helling
absolutely  forbidden.
W. C. CALDRR
Tonka  Farm,  Sept.   llth,   1914.
TOMORROWS SERVICES
CATHOLIC
The grant by the city council of one
hundred dollars to the G. Verdi band
will be generally approved. The concerts given by the band tbis summer
have provided a source of enjoyment
for the people of HevelstoKe which
lias been thoroughly appreciated.
is are being held regularly and are we'll
attended, the lirst drill out ol doors
being held on Sunday in the recreation grounds. On Sunday and Monday shooting practices were held at
the butts. The following being tho
scores:
Sunday's Shoot
Dorr,   19;    Burridge,  17;    Wood, 13;
Marshall,   16;  McVity, 18; Wallace, 22
St,   Francis  church,  McKenzie  Ave.   ,1(,n   Q   W|   19,  Abbott, IS;  Holmes,
and Fifth street, Pastor, Rev.   J. C. L, Mu|holland, 21; Dickson, 15; Taylor
MacKenzie.   Sunday   services:— Low;.,.,. gqUnrebrlggs, 8; Hadow, 16; Haw-
Mass nt S a.m. and     High Mass   at ! kpr|  |u; Parker, 20;    Pte Honey,   28;
10:30 a.m. every     Sunday.     Sunday
school for the children at '2:30 p.m.,
Benediction and Rosary ut 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday 1 to 6 and 7:30
to !• p.m.  nnd  Sundny morning 7:30
to S.   Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions     before
Miisb.   First   Fridays —Mass  at  H  a.
in.    Benediction  and  Rosary  at    7:30
p.  ra.
ST.  PETER'S
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity.
'I lie following is a list of services:
s a.m. Holy Communion; ll n. m.
Matins; 7.30 p.m. evening, At both
morning and evening prayer, Prayers
authorized by the Lord Hishop for
war will bc said. Sunday school at
2.30 p.m.
Sgt. Olbbcrd,  -'2; Corp. Corhett,   14;
Pte.  Johnton,  14;    Pte, Rea,
10.
Monday's Shoot
200 yds.
500 yds.
Abbott   li*>
2
Davey     16
2
0
Taylor   21
n
Gordon, It ,     20
10
Wallace   17
II
Mc\ Oy   23
12
Hadow    T.i
Mr.   W.   II    Wallace  will  be
glad    to
lake the names nf any  who
WlBh    to
join.
Nbw Fall Millinery
1914
Returns From Death
Bed ot Mother
PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
I
The services on Sunday will bc con- | ll">* »• McDonald returned on Wcd-
liucted by Rev. G. T. Brown .a recent nesday from Charlottetown P.E.I.
graduate of the    United Free Church ' wnere he had      been     attending   thc
Divinity Hall, Glasgow. Mr. Drown
has spent the tummer in mission
has spent the summer in 'mission
big C.P.R. tunnel at Glacier. Sunday
sehool and bible classes at 'J.30.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8
p.m.
Foote is Purchaser
at Sheriff's Sale
death bed of his mother. Mr. McDonald left Revelstoke on August 11, his
mother dying on August 2'.). Thc
Charlottetown Daily Patriot gives
the following report of thc death:
Thc death of Mrs. (Conductor)
John Miinroe, which occurred at her
residence, Richmond Street, Hills-
borough Square, at noon Saturday,
will be learned by her many friends
nnd acquaintances with the deepest
iegret. The late Mrs. Munro, whose
maiden name was Miss Annie Grady,
OPENING
Wednesday, Sept. 16
Our Miss Call has returned from Toronto and eastern markets bringing
with her the Latest Millinery Styles.
The ladies of Revelstoke may depend
upon our display being the newest
styles at moderate prices.
REID £& YOUNG
vas the eldest  daughter ol  the      late
Lot   2 and  3 in Block 99,  thc West Mr.      David      Grady      of      Summer-
Kootenay laundry   site, were sold by side, ('"or the past few years she   had
] sherill's sale in the   court house     on been  in  rather  delicate health,      nnd
Saturday,  and  were purchased by W. about four months ago her   condition
The opening of another eight   bun-   A    Foote for 8ll€0. The sale was held became more complicated, and     not-
hred acres nf hind lor  settlement is a   |,v  or<jer 0f  Judge Forin on appllca- withstanding all that loving care nnd
further   advance  in  tbe  agricultural   tion of \V.I.     Briggs     in the suit of nodical  skill  could do, she gradually
Industry  "f the  Revelstoke   district,   Johnson  vs.  Barraclough,    to satisfy grew weaker and on Saturday the end
.   , ui v i     i    , ... i   ... i,.    8 judgment secured by  J.K.  Johnson  came and she was released from   her
an industry which is  destined   in  In- , p ....
come of the utmost importance to the
welfare  of  the   city.    The   land   has
been eagerly taken up, and In s lew-
years lhe acre-, now unproductive,
will be fruitful ranches supporting a
prosperous population and providing
II further source of welfare fur tin'city
ol Revelstoke.
for 8 138l'i.
Lump or Nut Coal
WOOD
Dry Birch and Cedar any length
-«-   —       ■in —■■   ■■■—
PAL4CE LIVERY
PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE   MOl
COMMUNICATIONS
FISHING  I'RHHIHITBD
To the Editor ol the Mall-HerAld
s;ir _s,.«   thai   the    ;ishing    season   (ron n,  Kf,urne. -phe proceedings end
Charter Presented to
[astern Star Chapter
Last night the charter was presented  to thc  Revelstoke chapter of   the
•'.astern Star and the officers of the
chapter, which has hitherto heen
working under a dispendation were
installed hy Mrs. Roberts, worthy
grand matron, of Vancouver, assisted
y   Mr-   Comiskey  worthy  grand mu
lish ing
lid like those interested to   . ,j  A;th a delightful dance. The
of-
kii.uv  that      fishing    and    trespassing
over my proper! ; *•"•■ This
un-
trlendlj    t * iptrlt, but
obligations to little Belgium is capable  protection
: sacrificing Austria-Hungary or
throwing out any other enticing bail
to one of the allies iu ordei to break
ihe Entente. To preserve tin- Ottoman   Empire   from   dismemberment
have •
here.    The privi
abused   **«      *•"*•   '" '■■' *'*>'1  '"  'xAt'
■     while sta1 -  *    -    -
siring ' ' ■"'
■
MillineryOpening
The Fashion Hat Shop
Will open Wednesday, September 16, with a full line of Millinery, and all the Latest Novelties.
Hats  and  Prices  to
body.
suit  every-
HOWSON BLOCK
Acers installed   were:
■,\   rl      '■'        . -Mrs.  H. Howson.
Matron—Mrs,    J,   Hop
.'.   -• n -Mr. T   Rea.
kictrew -Mrs.  .1   Q.  McKinnon,
•    • tm   Mrs     a   K
M ' I •' ■
Ml    ■     R   ue.rdon.
Trea ■ i.v.:
Mr.  T.  H
I    Dixon.
■* -
Waltei Bews,
•
v   McH
it—y      -■   .■
C. J. Marsh is Manager
of Windsor Cafe
sufferings, The late Mrs. Munroe was
b member of the Episcopal Church,
and evidenced by her life     that     she ,
was a woman endowed  with the true   push construction  forward  as rapidly
Christian  spirit       All   who  knew  her  as possible, and it  is practically ccr- I
affectionately regarded her, and iu her   tain that the main  line in  this   pro-.
home she was noted for her   patience   vince will be completed     well  within '
und the love she bestowed upon   her  schedule time."
husband and  family   Throughout  her      The section of the line between Port
trying illness she suffered uncomplaln   Arthur and   Sudbury haB  been    com-
ingly, nnd in the home     circle     her   pleted and this will be linked up with
memory  will  remain     cherished      by   the Pacific Coast    line before Christ-1
those who are left. The family are as  mas.
tollows: Mrs. Harry McKee of St. There are more than a hundred
,'ohn, N'.B., Mrs. J.L. Probyn, for- miles of steel to be laid in the var-'
merly of Revelstoke, B.C., and now ious sections north of Kamloops, ac-
iu Charlottetown, Roy I). McDonald cording to an estimate made hy Chief
Of Revelstoke, B.C., Charles P. Mc- Engineer White in Vancouver. Mr.
I'onald of Seattle, Washington, and White corroborated the statement ol
one daughter. Miss Beulah Munroe at Mr. Mann with regard to the date of
home; besides three brothers, John, completion of the line and said that
T. B., and George, all in Summerside without doubt all steel would be link-
ond one sister, Miss Carrie of New ed up be'ore the end of thc ' present
*ieeik.  All the family, with   the     ex-  year.
reption  of  Charles  P.,  were at home     	
during her closing hours, which was
undoubtedly a great comfort and conciliation to her. The interment was in
the People's Cemetery. The pall bear-
ers were- Messrs. Andrew McNair,
David Schurman, John T. MacKenzie
John l-\ Macdonald. T. B. Riley and
.'ohn ('. Suns. To the bereaved hUB-
1 ii11 and family and other relatives,
ai- extend our Bincerest sympathy.
WANT ADVTS.
WANTED.-Boy,   Apply  Mail-Herald.
TO LET—Spacious well iighte.l offices
to let. Apply Forest Mills of B.O.
Limited. t.f.n.p.
Last Spike Driven
by December Twentieth
est   ipike  ol  the  rail   that   will
•e   line .ef  th«- c n.k.
I:-  tisti   I .,|iiii,l.ia  Willi  thr  lines 'if
■ ■.  •   st e.f the i(eei-k;e
•   n Iven ai  !.i at   Walha
:,in e/ti  '!'■ embei   20,   iccording tu a
.   a   l(   Mann, pre-
of thi     Northern Ci
ompany, and brothei of Bli   Donald
■f the Canadian
' 1 n
Hails are i ow laid from Kamloops
Ti anqullle ti d the ■■•■ oi k will l.e
bed     '• : p     '       rapldl    as    pos-
bis a- I'ii       bridge No   9   which ih
t t,as decided
e,,.st  place nf  i[..   Mrs
■ ally     who   arc   at.   ;,ren 1)1        la
,(,<•<ti"! hers .
■ nth.
■
Kami'
ted
■
[,-:, da]
',«St
i ovei   ths
FOR RENT—Comfortable well furnished bedrooms for Bingle men, ubo
of sitting room bath, hot and cold.
-Apply Forest Mills. Ag.26.t.f.
WANTED—House in Revelstoke, in
exchange for fruit land in one of the
best valleys in the interior of British Columbia, Apply Boi K., Moll-
Herald Office. 	
FOR SALE—Household Furniture.
Can be s<en nt 72 First street. OH
fn the  war. Sp.l ( i'
TO LET—Front room on Third street
about a block east of McKenzie avenue lentleraan preferred. Apply
W.S.   hi  care  Mail Herald.      t.f.n.p.
Our Roughing
is meeting with big
success. Our customers are satisfied.
Just what they have
been wanting.
Everything returned
already to iron, flat
pieces all ironed.
Give us a trial and
be convinced
Only   35c a dozen.
R EVELSTOK E
STEAM LAUNDRY
Phone 342
A public meeting will he held is
the city hall nn Mondny, evening,
Sept. 14, at 8.l'i o'clock for thc purpose of organizing a local branch of
the Canadian Patriotic fund.
H. McKINNON, Mayor.
OFFICE   ROOM   to   rent,
locate.I.     \ pply HnX 205.
B. C.
Thc   Similkameen   Star   Bays that
J another party of surveyors are in th»
Centrally ' held  working on the proposed line ol
Revelstoke ' railway to Copper   mountain.     Thi»
t-fjpart is connected     with    the  Kettle
I Valley railroad
Home Guard to Wear
Khaki Uniforms
The home guard Will soon l,e seen
Khaki uniforms which are being supplied by the McRae Mercantile, Tin'
guard now number  e.i under the cap
■ ituated i'i   tbis   t Ide   ol Waihachin.
.| estward d ;ai gi      .Mil work
lean Cisco - loops,    Thej   are
[irogresslng -it tin' rate of about two
nlles per ds Jl   tcrday steel was
I mi across   the    Cisco bridge   Don
(ruction   ran-      ire  also  .it   -Aork    on
ttie lection between ths     Tellowhead
i'ass    ami     Mile |3G on thi-    North
on
WANTED    Tn bm   it once, 60 ft. of'Freeman's ranch, four mllcB up    the
i,  Inch  second  band  belt.  Apply  W. 'Similkameen  river,   above  Princeton,
'hreatfull,   Revelstoke. ITP  The men are working on the     same
side of the river on which the line of
WANTED.—Girl for general housework. Ni washing, best wages. Apply tn Mrs   J    H.  Hamilton.
The  New  York      Cotton      F.xrhange
ft,nn,),H"ii   rlvel    t"   which   point  the   unanimously  accepted    the plan  evolved by its committee and representa-'
lives of the Liverpool Cotton Assocl-1
the V.V.  & K. is run, going through
Ashnola and tapping     Copper Moun-
tf.   tain,     Kennedy     Mountain,     Friday
Creek and Whipsaw creek.
i ill*   were  laid   early
'I expect thnt the section between
the Vellowhend Pnss and lfM mile
tatlon will be completed by Decern- "tion to liquidate international obli-
t eef at Ihe present rnte of progress." Rations on cotton. This is regarded
■laid Mr. Mann, in discussing the mat- as a big step toward the re-opening
ter.   "Bverj   effort   is being made    to   ofthe exchange.
ysaSS
ROYAL
YEAST
MAKES PERFECT BREAD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER  12th  1914
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
PAGE FVImf
the
.,II'i-id
ol   the
Surrenders Scholarship
to Serve Empire
The following interesting letter
Irom Geollrey L. Haggen to his p.ot-
ber will prove of interest at the present time. Mr. Haggen was borr in
New Zealand, but came to Hevclstoke
when quite young nnd received the
major portion of his education in the
public and high schools of this city,
gaining during his coui'Be many iliH-
tlnctions. In 19111, after graduating
from Toronto University, he turthor
distinguished himself by winning the
Rhodes' scholarship (or British Columbia, the most coveted ot all educational honors open to students of
this province, This scholarship entitles li'im t<> a three years' coarse
in Oxford university and a cash allowance of 81600, (or each year. lie
is an anient imperialist. ami on
opening of the war at once
ins aorvlccs for the defence
eKmpirc.
The,letter follows;
,ri3 London Road, Readlag,
August 3, '.'Ht
1 do not like having to take up my
Vpen to write to you at such a time
as this. As you know already we
are on the verge ()f the greatest tru-
gedy in the history of mankind. Long
before this reaches you the fate of
this nation may have been decided.
And yet it may not. Only one thing
now appears inevitable. Great Britain
like thc rest of Europe will be tomorrow at war or if not tomorrow-
then probably the day after. The
The Napoleonic wars are to be re-
tought in this twentieth century just
ninety-nine years after the battle of
Waterloo. This     struggle however
promises to be the more decisive, the
<nd will come more swiftly because
il is now possible to beleaguer nations as well as cities. No longer arc
the great European countries independent of the outside world (or
bread. Russia excepted they cannot
supply themselves. The supremacy of
the sea will decide all. If Britain
wins it as she certainly should do
Germany must starve, if Germany
wins it then England's day of glory
is done, the Empire where she has
allowed the institutions of freedom
and the urts of peacs to Hourish is
doomed to the fate of the Empires
which have pre:eded it. To ine it
hcenis as it has seemed for a whole
week now, that war is certain. Germany's bid for England's neutrality
shows clearly thut she aims just as
Napoleon did, to make Belgium an
instrument in the carrying out of her
policy aimed at a world-wide supremacy. If England does not speedily
strike and strike hard we shall probably sec the day when thc German
ideal will be realized. Therefore I
consider it only a Question of hours
until wc are to he involved in the
death struggle. But all tbis will be
I ast history when this letter reaches
you. Germany is, I believe, now engaged in a war which she has planned for years. I never believed it
until yesterday, but now it appeurs
certain. You yourself can plainly see
why. Germany has undoubtedly
baulked the sincere efforts which have
been made for peace. It is a direct
outcome of the frustrated design of
securing colonies. That it is that has
roused Germany to stake all upon a
gamblers' chance. As the Emperor
of Austria's life ebbs to its inevitable
dose, ns the daughter nations of the
i mpire grow up, as the Russian
army inrrcases in power, and as
France becomes more mid more alive
to her danger, Germany realizes that
the dreums of her world empire become ever more difficult of realization. There is no other explanation
for the events which have taken place
in the last few days. Germany held
the peace of Europe in thc hollow of
her hand just one week ago; she chose
it appears to ding 'it away despite
the desperate odds arranged against
her.
To my mind thc outcome Ib almost
certain. Germany must be crushed; I
sec nothing else for it. With Russia
ind France and England against her
she tights apparently as a forlorn
hope. Her one chance is in her opponents' mistakes, and those they do not
appear to be going to make. France
is acting splendidly and they have set
aside internal differences to make
their strongest man, M. Delcasse,
theMr minister for war. At tbe front
they arc forsing Germany to begin
the war and to Are the tirst shot.
England is perhaps wasting valuable
lime but she is doing It in the last
hope of peace and therefore It is excusable. The greatest factor ln the
struggle Is the Uritish navy. If it
cumeB out. on top, as in every human
probability it will, then Germany
hemmed In as she Is by France and
Russia is doomed at the hands of
that most deadly foe, starvation. I
li'licvr we are safe. Germany with
her hands ns full as they are on the
continent ran hardly Invade us. Still
she may and the duty of every one of
us is to be ready. 1 have made up my
mind   as   l   am   sure yi.u   would    lii.»re
I be-
most
are
they
regi-
will.
me do , to oiler my services for the
defence of the mother country, and
m so doing I take it I shall be doing
my duty so far ub in me lies to de-
lend and safeguard you all. If I
did not ofler myself I should not he
worthy of you and of your parents. 1
am sure grandfather would have seen
DO other course. I am now bitterly
reproaching myself because I did not
join the King Edward's Horse, the
Colonial regiment at Oxford. I am
going to Oxford tomorrow if I can
manage it and Will then see if they
can take me. If they can I shall
certainly jo'in. If my friends are to
go and (ace the danger 1 cannot stay
at home. The very scholarship which
1 hold forbids such a thing. It is
Imperial and its holders must,
heve, he ready to sacrifice the
that lies in their power l( they
in fill til their trust. (It course
•nay   not   take  ine  'into  a   hqrBe
ment but   I sincerely hope they
1  am  no  riiler,     that   is the difficulty
ami horses  may be  scarce  as time    is
short, Hut ii there is time they may
manage to make something of me.
There are many things which I should
like to do anil in the chance that
must now [ace nu- 1 fear most of all
the possibility of leaving those not
(lone. Hut in this hour we must all
Oust ourselves to Divine Providence.
Thc things which are most worth
while can never be done in any other
civilization than that which has placed pence ever foremost, liberty and
mercy always in the front. That our
Hritish civilization has tried to do
an.l if the military system of Germany is to usurp its place then these
ideals which the realization of, we
are always seeking are to remain unfulfilled for many, .,iin\ generations.
Tbe interests of the world are at
stake, I am no militarist, no judge,
but ( hope if need be, I shall be
found ready to make the sacrifice
that is required of me. It is if relief
to know that you at least nre safe.
Canada will be the least effected; she
may stiller loss hut her integrity as a
great and growing nation will remain unaffected. Whatever may become of England, Canada at any rate
will survive to carry on the traditions of the Empire. But as I said
I think we are all safe. And if we emerge from the test triumphant then
the Imperial bond will be strengthened so that it never can he broken.
That being the case we shall have
to consider it the vvork of God. I
believe in the British empire ns destined in some wnv or another to
spread enlightenment nnd truth nnd
Christianity   throughout the     earth.
With this war I believe the truth will
ie again proven that militarism must
fail, as Napoleon succumbed so will
Germany.
Will Walk From
Nelson tu Montreal
J. W. Archer has announced his intention  of   walking     from Kootenay
Landing to Montreal, with the     idea
of holding meetings in each town   as
he goes along in aid of thc Red Cross
society in London, England.    In   ex- '
plaining his scheme Mr.  Archer says
that       at       each       meeting     which
l.e     holds     the     amount     collected
will  lie turned over to a hank or to
the mayor ol the city to be'forwarded to headquarters as soon ub   possible and a responsible person will be
appointed   in   each      town  to  receive
collections. Mr. Archer suggests   that ,
anyone wishing to communicate   with
bim  in  this  regard   might write      to '
Macleod,  Alta.,  as that will  be     his I
lust  cull for mail. He also mentions !
the  fait   that      as  Walking alone      is1
somewhat  lonely  some one may have I
a collie or   Airdale dog that he does
not want but which would prove very
acceptable to him as company.
Judge Advises Operation
(Continued from Page One.)
lumbering Stimulated
By Hew Regulation
The recent order-in-council of the
'.ieutenant-governor raising the embargo against exporting British Columbia timber hns already had the
. Hect of stimulating lumbering. The
Coast office of the government timbej
department is being besieged with applications to export timber cut on
crown lands, and the scaling department is kept busy regarding the tim-
le.r to come within thc schedule of
rates imposed hy the order-in-council.
'1 he raising of the embargo not only
is bringing in funds to the loggers,
but is also providing funds for the
i iivernnient.
Among the concerns to profit largely by the removal of the embargo is
the Ocean Falls company, now in
liquidation. At the time of the as
signment to Archer Martin, about
I0,i'h*i0,iK)0 f°et of timber were in the
company's booms. Some of this has
aeen sold to Skeena River mills and
some to the Powell River Lumber
company. All that is left is now be-
ing built into huge crib booms and
■,s heing towed down to Anacortes,
where it is finding a ready and profitable market.
Havoc Worked by Zeppelin
(Continued from  Page One.)
tly in the night   to do these atrocious
.rimes.   We do hope     and pray     the
I Allies will be victorious. It is terrible
to see how     many     wounded arrive
every day at the Care du  Bud.      All
hospitals     are     filled,     and schools,
SOCltty gardens, halls and houses are
all transformed into hospitals.     Thc
ling,  cpiern and  family occupy     our
Antwerp palace on the Plnce de Meir
'ind  the ministers from  Brussels   are
, ut  the hotels nnd  in  private houses.
"When  that    Zeppelin  crossed      the
noise was terrible,  everyone being at
their windows  in  night  clothes      and
some "Ut  in the streits.  it     was     a
fearful  sight      never to be forgotten.
Yesterdav   the     Zeppelin      reappeared
but   wai  driven  awai
arose out of and in the course of tbe
applicant's employment. I also find
that thc place where the window
sashes on which the applicant was
working as a painter were stored,
was a warehouse and comes within
the interpretation clauses of the Act,
see subsect'ion under caption "Factory" which reads "aud also includes
any warehouse where goods or materials are being stored, handled, etc."
Thc applicant owing to the rupture
has to wear a truss, he is unable to
lift heavy weights, this in a measure
incapacitates him from earning full
wages as a painter as that avocation
requires lifting ladders, paints, etc.
• As to the measure of compensation
allowed in tbe case of rupture I find
assistance iu thc case of "The Owners
of the vessel Tywron vs. Morgan IWi
j K.B. This was an appeal by the
workman before Cozens Hardy M.R.,
Moulton and Farwell L.J J. It was
there directed that the City. Ct.
Judge award compensation, although
nominal compensation was only asked for in thut case in order to preserve the rights of the workman
which had heen termed a "suspensory
award". In concluding his judgment Moulton L.J. says, "I might
say in the present case that it is to
me clear that the workman might
have demanded something more substantial." Also see Grlga vs. The
Owners of the ship Hareda 3 B.WC.C.
I HI, another appeal by a workman in
which it was ordered that a suspensory award must be mude where
though a mau sutleriug from rupture
can work yet the bad effects resulting
from the accident still remains. It
appears to us that this in the direction in which th'is award should he
made.
Both the doctors whose opinions
v. ere given, Dr. Sutheiland to the
applicant and Dr. Ham'ilton on the
witness stand say that a radical cure
can be ellected by an operation and
this I think the applicant should submit to within a reasonable time.
Lord Adam in a Scotch case Dowds
vs Bennie (1908) 10 S.L.R. 230 said,
"I am far from thinking" that in
every case a workman should submit
to any surgical treatment that may
be proposed under the penalty of
forfeiting his weekly payments. In
this case the injury was comparatively slight and the treatment proposed
simple and common." This case is
also reported in Elliott's W. 0. Act
ith, Ed. 311. and also in the same
text book we rind at page 846 the
rases on this branch ol the WC. Act
collected under the caption "Incapacity" due to refusal to undergo operation."
The distinction iB shewn to he between reasonable and unreasona.ble refusal.
Lord McLaren said in another
Scotch case Donelly vs. Baird (19US);
B.C. 536. "There is of course no question of compelling the party to submit to an operation; the question is
'Vhether a party who declines to undergo what would be described by experts as a reasonable and sale operation is to be considered as a suf-
ference from the effect of an injury
received in the course of his employment or whether his suffering and inability to work at hiB trade ought
not to be attributed to his voluntary
action in declining to avail himself of
reasonable surgical treatment."
1 will allow four dollars a week as
compensation but if thc applicant
di.es not submit to an operation with
in twelve months I will be pleased to
bear an application fot review under
section 9 of the first schedule of tbe
W. 0, Act.
CnFts to applicant.
J. A. FORIN
Arbitrator.
C. B. HUME & CO., LTD.
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FALL MILLINERY
OPENING
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New Blocks and Felts for this Season's Wear. They are all strictly new. and all a
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all here. The ever popular Fedora as well as the new freak shapes are among the
new lines.
Stiff Hats in a variety of new and staple shapes are being shown much more strongly
than for some seasons past.
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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.
mmm PAGE SIX..
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Notes from the oMines
It is reported in mining circles thut
the American smelters ure contemplating sending Iniyers into this Held
to make piu-cluiues cf ore. Not much
credence ia placed iu the Btory, however. —Kaslo Kootenaian.
At u meeting of the shareholders of
the Rio Mines, Limited, it wus decided tO go into voluntary liquidation
and reorganize the company with a
larger capitalization, thc new shares
to be divided pro rata among the
present shareholders, with a big
block of stock to be set aside for
sale to provide the money necessary
for development purposes.
The (.'.olden Wedge, Myterel Bill No.
1, Myterel Bill No. 2, Goldes Horu,
Eureka No, I, "Eureka No. 2, Gold
Hoy No. 1, Gold Boy No. '2 mining
Claims near the townaite of Ymir
have been transferred hy David Need-
hani to Francis R, Baker.
Silver quotations ure again being
made In New York and London, and
I liis is taken to indicate a return of
the metal market to more normal
conditions. Considerable copper is being exported from the States to England while but little is heurd regarding lend. Spelter shows a steady ud-
vance in price.
The  Ruth-Hope at  Sandon  iB   still '■    The activities of the British Colum
running, with  seventeen   men ou    the hia  Copper Co., at   Princess camp on
payroll,  und   will      uot    close down. Copper mountain are in     line     with
Other properties  being  worked  in the  what  wiih  reported     Home  time  ugo.
vicinity  of -Handon  are  the  Surprise, Buildings of  a    permanent    character
Noble Five, Payne, and two leases on are heing erected. The movements   of
the Keen. Development is also     being the company  denote     ore  production
done on u number     of     claims in u mi a large     scale.     From TIM) to 8011
small  way.  The Cupella,   Apex     and acreB of bind have been bought     on
California,     near     New  Denver     are which to put up buildings to bc used
working small torces,  und on     Four- in the reduction of ore.—Similkameen
mile,  tbe only shut-down is the Van- Star.
Roi.     The Standard,  Hewitt and al- j
so a  number   of     small      outfits are The Sunrise is     doing     pretty fuir
working. The number of men let   out work  since the tine     weather set in.
in the Slocan, owing to thc   war   is Thev have a lot of very fine ore     on
not more thun two hundred.—Slocan the dump and in sacks. That     which
Record. , hus heen  taken out lately   Ib a steel
  ' galena und a beautiful    sample    at
Geo. T. Fryer an old time proBpec- that. Good judges suy it is the finest
tor uud mining man, recently of Los ever seen in this section.  So soon as
Angeles.     California,      but     now  of what is now out  is sucked the mine
Skeena  Crossing,  hus certainly made will huve to close, unless shipping in-
pood during the month he has spent sti actions come forward. Thc snow is
In  this district. Two  weeks ago     he oil the ground   in    this interval since
went into the nearby hills     with     a lust report,    exposing    a ledge from
couple of Indian puckers, and     alter six to ten feet wide, carrying a good
being  out  four or  five days returned grade of silver-lead. This ledge     will
to the Crossing with twenty-live     or receive  attention   presently.—Omineca
[thirty   nounds  of ns tine-looking cop- Herald.
per  ore   is  we huve  s^en  in this dis- 	
trict.  This ore     came     from   a vein The  proposal that the  United  StuteB
which  Mr. Fryer discovered uhout ten government purchase   half   the silver
miles distant from the Crossing,     in output af that country at u price   of
u hitherto unprospected section which about 52 centB     will furnish u basis
1 ul been previously    ignored because 'or re-establishing a  market for   the
it was considered to be outside     the white  metal,   which   was  demoralized
established     limits     of   the mineral on the    announcement    of  the war.
zone....Skeena Chalcopyrite. ' This may have a beneficial effect     on
  the mining of silver in British Colum-
gold '»ia a9 we" HB 'n the United   States.
Mexican  production  demor-
The tukine over of the big
propertj on Surf inlet Princess Royal With th
Island hy the Tonopab Belmont Com- allzed by civil war. and unl'ikely to
■any, of Tonopah, Nevada, is a mat- assume important figures for some
ter of very greut importance to the >'ears and with the production ol Co-
iiiining industry if this province. The halt showing a reduction, there is no
profitable operation of a great gold reason to be discouraged as to the
mine on out west coast will do more outlook for silver in this province.—
to stimulate the mining industry in Kaslo Kootenaian.
this  part of the world than anything
that   could  possibly  happen. It is      Tcn new claims   have   been located
particularly fortunate that this well- and recorded in Nelson mining dis-
known property has fallen into the trict <l"r>ng the past two weeks. The
hands of so strong an.l progressive a new claims are situated on Rover,
concern as thi- Tonopah Belmont, Hall> Bayonnc creeks and on the
which is, if we are correctly informed Pries* ri"er. At head of.Rover creek,
In the Held foi other properties of the Drummond Extension, by George
nerit, and we hope it may he most **'• Motion and the Silver Lake by
in this its erst venture in John Cross. At head of Hull creek,
BritU Icopyrite. i"le Lucky Seven,  by John Cross; the
  | Copper Belt by Geo. P.  Pease,     and
iv   up   the Copper Reward by William   Duviis
Jtandard iry   "n Bayonne creek, the Tellurium und
..   • |    gnut   •-''ver Mountain by J. C. Hansen. On
that   Priest river- the DouKlaB hy Douglus
there   H- Irvine. th« Nellie A. by John   L.
-    • The   Goodwin    and the None Such by Ed-
King, a part   '-*'ir   • trvine-
• -'    -•     out
t for s It   is
just   I
	
The Pingree mine, ncur Nelson, has
ncountered and is opening up with a
small force of miners three veinB of u
ood   width  currying gold, silver nnd
nipper  ore,      states    Edwurd  Peters,
r ti     -   . 'ho recently visited the mine.
turned   | ive an average    assay
two t I       Tins group   hus nn area   of
oul    '" acres In one block, a porta the f Omll in of  which  is heavily timbered. It
  dt    ited    on    the      divide between
• .■   md  Fortj nine creek. Tbe lat-
-     and   ter creek affords an idcul tunnel   site
Pingree Mine is
Opening New Veins
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und when the veins have been     more
I illy demonstrated n  Is ths Intention
company to carry on n    more
live plan   if development,"    he
• ites
"A wagon road connecting the mine
with ths Forty nun- creek wagon road
at    i   point   near  the  May and   Jennie
is now under confederation, tho
distance not being great.
'Frank E   Pearce, M.B., of Nelson,
[C-entrat on invitation    if  J   I    '■'
IcBui        rods I
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six ml iw.     The stnki-
■ ic   . .'face   lndi' si
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Mr.  V.
- its I     the le
II   have    much   b«tl
• ■   r   th'-f :ij
is charge of  operations and     under
ind should i-.h«- lead to   his management Huh property  should
...ii defined      ■    * rill    be  soon  rank  with  ths producing mines,
[vs work carried      • i       "1 secured several nice specimens of
.  Wlii be   brought   Is  il once   ore foi exhibition al the coast    and
The vein of quarts   i about t« -   md   Panama, as also   from    the Bureka
., half feel wide and runs through the   min''. which is quite seal  the Pingree
entirs range ol hills   Dnd ,.•   ind contains rich ore In silver    and
' ,r  ,is  thev have    - -■ .1 rl exists    in   POppM values."
paying quantltlM,    and    if the lend J
holds "nt *<■ win have s rich gold Baron John Henry De Villlers has
Htrlke wlthm easy distance of this heen appointed chief justice of the
town. Lately reports have come Into Supreme Oourf of the Union of South
thiH offlCO of .mother gold strike eight I Africa, He wns attorney general and
Ulles ninth of here and Some rich minister of mines in the Botbu cnbi-
■peoimsnB have been shown as sample, net and was created a baron ln 1919.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
REDUCED FARES
For
Summer of 1914
On Sale June 1 to September 30
Final Return Limit October 31
Winnipeg $<>o
St. Paul $60
Chicago $72.50
Toronto        $92
Montreal $105
St. John $120
Halifax $I29.V5
Now York    ....     $108.50
Compartment  Observation Cars—Electric Lighted---Standard
Sleepers
"Canadian Pacific Service"
A. WARRINGTON
Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
is Especially
Reasons are given by
"Economic Advertising"
"Jt is keeping everlastingly at it the quiet, continuous brand of publicity tbat worries its way
through to Buccess in the long run and it is dillicult
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 pavements is welcome. She reads the advertising columns of the local paper, and makes it her
shopping guide, especially in the summer. Missing
at this time is losing momentum which will take
considerable time and expense to regain at a later
date."
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I German Professor
Denounces Present War
Professor P. V, Riethdorf,    of  the
stall i»f the  Woodstock  College,  anil a
ii'iini- Qerman soldier, has written a
remarkable letter In denunciation of
the Qerman Kaiser, Alter stating
that the quarrel In the present war
is not with the Qerman people, Professor Rlethdorl says:
"We must deeply sympathise with
the Qerman people In ths suflerlngs
and dangers brought upon them by
their ruling classes, by an oligarchic,
Insane, military government, it is tho
lerman; "( the 'clenched flat' and
'drawn BWord', ol the 'shining armor'
..ml the 'sabre rattling ln the ^scaii
1 .nei,* thai calls fi r no sympathy on
our pari, n Is the Qei many thai ims
precipitated the monstrous world
struggle nf tbe daj that nils us all
witb horror and Indignation.
"I am s native Qerman and a former Qerman soldier My own poBl-
tlon in tins struggle is perfectly clear
My loyalty to the British Blag makes
im- Btand against any and all snemles
nf Britain. If need i» I should even
light against Germany though with a
bleeding heart. Furthermore, 1 de-
Blre disaster te> the Qerman army in
'his war, Ior the reason that it will
mean restoration of fellowship mining
i lie western nations for one of the
greatest peoples ol Europe. A liberated, free democratic Germany
start a new and lasting era of
perity,  Ol   peace,  arm  in    arm
England and France.
"Germany's defeat will mean thc
establishment of a German republic,
and the elimination of William II,
and all that he stands for. Such
tb'ings as 'divine right' and 'mailed
hst' are anachronisms, an insult to
the intelligence of tbe people ol tho
twentieth century. William II, is the
common foe of Kurope, and he miiBt
be eliminated. Defeat of Germany in
this war means ultimate salvation
and freedom for her; German; will he
the greatest gainer througb defeat."
".OPVUIQST/k.'.Tt Hwt LB. p.
THK UNDAUNTED BELGIUM SPIRIT
o4 wounded Belgian Artilleryman after having his wounds dressed.
Ready for another battle.
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UIHWOOO,   tl..
will
pros-
with
water records aro appurtenant. Thia
may be done hy producing, ln case
of Orown-granted lands, the title
deeds or a certificate ol encumbrance
or other evidence of title; or in case
of lands not held under Crown grant,
by producing thc pre-emption record,
the agreement of sale, the mining record, a certificate of search in the
Dominion Land Office, or other docu-
e ments of title.
In thc matter of all streams in Objections will he beard forthwith
Townships IT and 18 in Ranges 10 if the party objected to has received
and 11 west of    the   Sixth Meridian  sufficient notice of the objection.
1 WATER ACT " AND AMENDING
ACTS nnd "WATER ACT, 1914."
Belore the Board of Investigation
I tetlon    >l sucn works.
And  whereas there may  bc persona
who,     before the 12th day of March,
1908, wen   entitled to water     righta
■ 'ii   an*j Ol  the  said  streams  and  yet
have    not    filed statements   of   their
claims with  the  Board  of Investigeov-
tions; such persona are   rtquired   to
, Pie on or before the -1st day of September,   1*114.  a statcm-nt as requtr-
|ed by Section 2'M of thc "Water Act,
1914,"  or  Section  28  of the  "Water
Act" tin amended in I9H.   Forms (No
50 for irrigation, and No. 51 for oth-
which are tributary to Salmon River :    The Board at the said meeting will   cr purposes)     may he obtained from
Rocky Mountain RangT
Given Military Funeral
The death of Private F. C. Taylor
as a result of the accident at Ruskin
was marked on Tuesday by a ceremony attended by many brothers in
arms of the Rocky Mountain Rangers.
A meeting of the Board of Inveati- determine     thc     quantity  of    water
gation    will be held    at   Armstrong wnlch may bc used under each record,
on the Second day ol October,   1914, the further workB which are necessary
at two o'clock in the uftcrnoon. 'for such use,  and will set dateB   for
All statements   of     claim to water the tiling of plans of such  works and
privileges on these respective BtreuiUB for the commencement and completion
all objections thereto, and" the plans , of such woms.
prepared Ior     the ubc ol the Board     And whereas there may  he persons
will then be open Ior inspection. who,  before  the   12th    day of  March, .
All persons interested    ure entitled 1909, were entitled to water rights on i
to exuminc these,  and to file object- any of thc   said streams and   yet have .
ions thereto  in  writing  il they  deem not tiled statements of     their claims
At, with the Board of Investigation; 6uch
At    this     meeting     claimants who persons are  required to file on or be-,
have not previously     done so    shall fore the 21st day of September,  1914, j
prove the'ir     title to lands to which a  statement    as required  by  Section .
their water records are appurtenant, J'.M of the ;'Watcr Act, 1914" or Sec-
This may be done hy producing,     in tion 2*^ of the  "Water Act"  as am-'
case of Crown-granted lands, the title ended in 1913,   Forms (No. 50 for ir- |
The funeral     procession    left     the  deeds or a certificate of encumbrance rigntion, and  No. 51 for other   pur- i
Drill Hill at 2.39, Col. Vicars', the C.   or other evidence of title; or incase poses)     may     bc obtained from any i
(i.,  Major  Slater     ami Sergt.  Major  of lands not held under Crown grant government agent in the province.      i
Sinclair being amongst those present,   ty producing thc pre-emption record,
any government agent in tbe provinc*
Dated at  Victoria,  B     C, the 12th
day of August. 1914.
For the Board of Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
lt. Chairman.
nlong with the remaining members of
the lO'.'nd regiment now in KamloopB.
A detachment of the 3lst B.C. Horse
also formed part of the escort. Ab
the coffin draped with the Union Jack
was drawn to the cemetery, the boI-
emn strains of the Dead March
Smil were played by the band of
R.M.R.
The service was conducted,-by Rev.
H.S. Akehurst, .ector of St. Paul's,
end at the graveside a tiring     party
thc agreement ol sale, the mining
record, a certificate of search in the
Dominion Laud Oflice, or other documents of title.
Objections will be heard lorthwith
if the party objected to has received
in sufficient notice of the objection.
the The Board at the said meeting will
determine the quantity of water
which may be used under eich record,
the further works which are necessary
Ior such use, and Will set   dates for
12th!
Dated  at  Victoria,  B.C.,  tbe
day of August, 19] I.
For the Bonrd of Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Chairman
A   Reiki   Lever   Simulation
GOLD WATCH FREE.
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lonn   off*.     We  i-i'rt   ,oo   to
n'     :■ \r>a    .1  I.    tbi W      Um     '- -
1». 111 thiol thl* offer I ' - .   .
SS   conM   ti-elio    -fl   ..;    t
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gave the final'salute, wnilst the Last the filing ol plans of such works and
Post was sounded after the lowering for thc commencement and complet-
o' the coffin. Numbers of llornl ofler-   ion of such works.
ings from Kamloops
sent.
citizens     were     And whereas there may be persons
'* WATER  ACT "    AND    AMENDING
ACTS and "WATER ACT,  19] I."
Before thc Board of. Investigation
In the matter of Shuswap River a
tributary of Shuswap Lake and ol
i-troams (lowing from the south into
the said Shuswap River between Fortune Creek  and  Mabel  Lake,   includ-
UNITED   STATES TO
SURVEY  KOOTENAY
who, before the 12th   day of March, ing Fortune Creek and its tributaries
1909, were entitled to water rights on and   excluding   Trinity    ir    Putnam
any of the said streams aud yet have Creek.
FLATS   not filed     statements ol their claims And in thc  mntter of Otter River
with thc Board of Investigation; such 0r Deep     Creek and of     Coyote   or
persons are required to file on or he- Irish  Creek  tributaries  of  Okanagan
fore the Jlst day of September,  1914, Lake and the tributaries of the said
a statement     as required by Section utter  River  and  of the  said  Coyote
J94 of the "Water Act, 1911" or Sec- Creek.
Creston,   B.C.,   Sept.  11.-The     appointment  by the United States   department of the 'interior of an engineer to proceed to Idaho   to make   a
survey  of the  Kootenay  flats with  a
view to  reclaiming them if thc   provincial  government will assist  In the  irrigation, and No. 51 for other pur-
work led the Creston board of trade  poses)     may be obtained    from any
to wire Premier  McBride recommend-   government  agent  in  the  province.
ing H.  F.   Muerling  for the   position      Dated at Victoria, B.C., thc
and urging prompt action in the mat-   day of Aiiigust, 1914,
ter of co-operating with the     United      For tht  Board ol Investigation
States official.
THE REPLY
What's the matter now,
That yon make such a kick-up
With your Bow, wow, wow?
Everything is moving on
There is no stagnation;
Why, then, do you bark and grovl
Over our migration.
Revelstoke's  progressing
And increasing too,
Old buildings are demolished,
While new ones rise to view.
The streets have lately, been repaired,
New sidewalks are laid down,
And everywhere  improvements
Are seen around the town.
And so to keep pact with the times
We've left thc old location,
And come up here, where we have
found
Enlarged  accommodation.
Why you should raii.e a kick at this,
tion -"S of thc "Water Act" as am- j    A meeting of the Board of Iuvestl-
ended in  1913,     Forms (No. 50    (or  gation  will be held at Armstrong on
the 1st day of October, 1914, a: t»o
o'clock in the afternoon.
All Btatcments of    claims to water
1-th  privileges on  these  respective streams
all objections thereto,  and tbe plan*
prepared for the use of the Board will
then be open for inspection.
All   persons   interested   are   entitled
] to cxnminc these,     ane to file objec-
WATER ACT "    AND    AMENDING   tions thereto in writing if tbey deem
ACTS and "WATER ACT, 1914.
J
F. ARMSTRONG,
Chairman.
At this meeting ilaimants wno
have not previously done so shall
piove their title to Ian l-i to »-hlcn
t'iclr witter records are appirt-nant.
This may be done by producing, in
J which are situate west of tho western case of Crown-granted lands, the title
boundary of Range   11,  west of    the  deeds or a  certificate  of  encumbrance
Before thc Board of Investigation
In the matter ol tbat part of the
Salmon River and of   its tributaries
Buy Your Plumbing
Supplies Direct From
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16
Sixth Meridian.
A meeting ol the Board of Investigation will be held at Grand Prairie
on the Sixth day of October, 1914,
at ten o'clock In the forenoon.
J
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, a certificate of search in    the
All Btatcments of claims to water , Dominion knnd office, or other docu-
privilcgcs on these respective streams   ments of title.
all objections thereto, and the plans
prepared for thc uhc of thc Board will
then bc open for inspection.
All persons interested arc entitled
to examine these, and to file objections thereto In writing if tbey deem
Objections will be heard forthwith
If the party objected to has received
sufficient notice of tbe objection.
The Board at the said meeting will
determine thc quantity of water
which maj  be used under each record
To us is quite a pizzle; , fit. the further     works which  are neces-
Until you  gain  mor» sense,, wc think      At thle meeting claimants irhO hRve sary for such use, and will  set dates
You ought to wear a muzile. I not  previously  done  ho shnl,    prove lor the filing of plans of such works,
Post Office. their title to lands to which     their and for the commencement and com-
Ayer's Pills
Cently l.«itive.    Sugar-coated.
I )«.m  one pill, only one.
Sold for 60 yrmrt.
Ask Yo«r Dodof.     ^^^oSS^
DR. DeV/UN'S FRENCH PILLS ,A^Kt
te. e.i nf Plii leer Wom<tn4},S a box or thrrtifor
jn-. MM ftt Ml I'm* Store*, or mailed to any
n.l.lfr-fn.M r. rMf tut |.riee. Till 8<OBILI. Dnute
ru .mi atlutr ne* Ontario. _____•
PH0SPH0N0L FOR MEN.  §M
VitalItr-.feOf Nirte and Bmln; lncteee»«., "Kiry
e itt.r :ei Tnnie- Mill l.nlld yen up. JJ n led,,"■
t«Q fof $'   nt I'-  i- iiiit*".. nr liy mail en r^i-i-'et
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Ontario. PAGE EIGHT
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY, SKPTHMUER   l-'th   I HI*
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
0, i; Daloe ol Gla - - [istered at
tin- King Edward o    rhu id •
L. J.   Edwards ol   Naki >p  *-as     a
guest at tbe     Hote
Thursdaj
A ii- tbo guests   ■'   the ICln \    Bd
warii eeM Wednesd ij   "■■    R '' M   kan
iieiH e>i Sandon.
Tj,e I tying ol bitullthl pavement
i a First itreet opposite the Selkirk
hotel was resui I s Bsterdaj
in the Meiiio
Strom
drill     conduct
(in Tuesdn)   svi ii
diat Church at  - P •* ■
of the Swedish Chun b
The Tango
mi Thursday.
rluli dance  will  he held
The  tirHl   snow   ol  wintei   lias
ilered the mountain tops.
pow
The Oity  tax  sale will be held in the
i ity hull  on  Monday at noon.
E, C. Tralloril af Arrowhead was at
lhe King  Edward on  Wednesday.
G,   II
was at
day.
Williamson    ot
the King Edward
Notch   Hill
on Wediii'H-
dlvlne
sei vice
in
i    .- redish  Ian
.1. Dayton
registered at
Thursday.
Williams,  Kelowna   waB
the Hotel Revelstoke on
Mi
Uttle
j   \i( .    , :.-     and
,    Davh ' *     ■'-'•''■     ftre
spondin ■ e ouple • wot '•■ • liere and
,.„-,. tttei ding the * thlbltlon Van
couvei   Sew    "kdvei * I -
The   rang > club   s ' ""*'
m  thi   Masonic     h ' I lursday
. pten bei   I        :>- icing   will
tai r   • on I2.3i      Orr's!
, rchesl   i will be ii
i,:    !   h   Hamilton, Di   Hi ird and
W. ,i. Coulthard   ti i - ■ P ■ * ed   S,   \. i
Bradley yesterdaj  n  irntn ■    on    ins
return to the    Ploneei   Placer mines.
They will spend ah   Ida        iotlng.
Mr. md Mrs, Edvi ird A istin have
arrived In tbe dlty Ii >i Revelstoke
■and expect ie- make tl li home here.
Mr. Austin bas beei with thi C.P.R.
since it> constructioi In the West.—
Vancouver New.-- (tdv   * se
Word '■ i- received . itei i i • In the
cltj that Miss Fl ei , Rothnie has
made ippllcatlon to the Red Oross
authorities foi  I     I    proceed
to  the  front   as    I She   expects
to leave for Engl ■ irtly Kam
Loops  Stnndard
An Inquest was hei I at Golden on
the death of David i >yne, a brake
man who was kill.'.! near Palliser i a
c
wen
II.  anil
among
II.   I,.   Millei
McGill university nt Montreal, next
year, lie will remain at the coast
ahout  two weeks.
The Canadian club will reBume its
tegular meetings for the winter
months, beginning next Monday,
September u.
I
be belli to be decided later. A visiting   held at the bride's home at the close
of the ceremony,  attended by numei
ous friends, ami     later     the     happy
i ouple  departed  for their honeymoon
lour to Skagway,
committee was appointed, viz. Mesdames, Hack, Tomlinson, and Dick-
sou. Tho visiting committee is to
look after the sick of the church, and
the lookout committee to call on
strangers, and Interest, them iu the
work. This auxiliary is to meet tho
Pago, last Thursday In each month, fees to
I e fifty cents,  to join and  lice cents Hlund.,e McC'lrty winning ladteB prize
BUSINESS LOCALS
Miss Jean Hyutt entertained   some
ot the j ounger set ou Friday evening I    speciul prices
Five     hundred     was     played,    Miss  Howson's.
School  Bookn at  Macdonald's  drug .
store.—All the new ones.
on dinner
sets     at
t.fn.p.
Mrs.   I). H. Calder of Rogers
is the guest of her aunt,  MrB.  J.   p. i ■■    ■     -  •- —
Sutherland,   Douglass street.  She will , 0 month dues.  The next meeting  will
remain two weeks. be held   at     Mrs. Tomllnson's,  Sep
tember 21.
	
The ladlos of the Relief Society will
The meeting of First Aid met in he pleased to recoivo old or new mag-
he city hall  on Thursdaj evening at   azlhes to he sent to the guards along
Next. Tuesday evening ut 8 o'clock
at the Methodist church, pastor
Strom, of the Swedish church will
conduct a  pulilic service.
Mr. McVity the one for gentle- , Hard or Soft Coal in all Blzcs for
men. After curds, refreshments were furnace, stove, or range use. Prices
served and dancing enjoyed uutftl a right at Uoursler's. Phone 44. A26.tt.
late hour.
Rev.  Father  McKenzie has returned
Irom a business trip to the coast.
Mrs.  T.   W.   BradshaW     entertained >
at the tea hour on Thursday, for    a
few of her neighbors on the hill,    a
delightful  afternoon  wub spent.
Mr.  Sweeney    and      Vul Tomlinson
of  Nakusp   have returned from a two weeks hunt
Edward on Thursdaj.
the  guests  at   the King; ing and fishing trip. They report very
good luck, having    shot. Ill birds     in
  , ,.,  . ,      ,     .   one day.
It    Tapping  returned  on Friday last
from a trip through tbe Windermere     Mrs. c. Treat, Sth street    has  re-
and  Fori   Steele districts, turned from the hospital, her mother
who   has   been    visiting   her   for   past
six weeks is leaving   for    Oklahoma
Miss (Valine Unbhins returns today
to St. Ann's Academy at New Westminster.
Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Anstie have returned from a weeks visit spent. at
Victoria ami Vancouver,
Mrs.   Elton   and   'laughter  are      the
gic.'sis of    Mrs. and Hev. 0, A. Procunier for the week and.
S o'clock, the president, Miss Hughes,  the lines of communication.  The lit-
In the chair.   It    wiih announced     by  erature may be left at A.F. Kim-aid's
the president that Drs. Hamilton and   oilice.
Sutherland and  Miss Matheson     had ,
no time to devote to a class in First. I    Special   sub
Aid.   The   meeting      decided  that  tho   table covers,
president     consult    tlie doctors   und   Howson's.
graduate  nurses    In  the  town as      t.o
giving Instructions,    and report
next, meeting.
t.f.
of curtains,  draperies,
comforters,   etc.,    at)
t.f.u.pf
at
Miss Doris McCarter left today for
Vancouver, where she will attend
Braemar school for girls.
The cement  sidewalk on  First  street
opposite the Revelstoke club has heen
torn  up   inil  is being relaid.
K. E. Nott nf Nelson, auditor for
I' Hums & Co., was a guest at the
Hotel   Hevelsloke  on  Thursday.
Among the guests at. the Hotel
Revelstoke on Thursday were: Mr.
and Mrs. T.  Davidson,  Nakusp.
Il is expected that the surface coat
of the lirst block of bitulithic pavement  will be  laid this afternoon.
There will bea meeting of the Relief Society every Wednesday from
2:30 io 5:30 p.m, at the R.Y.M.C.A.
Negotiations ire under way for the
base of a building to house a talking and Kinema color motion picture
theatre.
Mi<s Myrtle Trethewey has returned
home from Kevelstoke, where she has
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Coul-
thard.—Vancouves Provinre.
and Cleveland.
The Relief Society met on Wednesday as usual at the Y.M.C.A. Hewing and knitting waB tho order of tho
afternoon, A 1'at.riotic concert. will
be given in the near future.
Lieut. Brock came in from Kamloops on Thursday, on business, and
was accompanied back to camp by
George Miller who iB a member of
the R.M.R. and goes to Kamloops to
report for duty.
Dr. Hamilton and Dr. Heard left
by steamer RevelBtoke ou Friday
morning for Downie Creek, 4.1 miles
up the Columbia river. They will
proceed hy pack horses to Ground
Hog Basin, and will remain away
about a week.
Mrs. c. c. Brown and Marguerite
returned on  Wednesday from a     six
,ieeks viHit  to   Vancouver.
Ben Dickey, a former express agent,
here, and now of Vancouver spent u
few 'lays here the llrHt ot the week.
lf yon  carry insurance for lire     or
marine losses In a German Insurance
company    and you have a    Are   or
wreck,  how are you going to recover
Inm,   -inill  company"      This    question
is worrying shipping men  in Vancouver who hold poiicieH in big German
companies.  Under war conditions the
German cimpanles would he entitled
to repudiate Uritish claims and     the
Mr.   A.   Mitchell  of   Comaplix     was Insured are anxiously awaiting a pro-
11  visitor    in     town a couple of days  noiiucemcnt. Lloyd's, London, haB alias!   week.   He  also spent  Friday      already  declared  itself.  The big Uritish
Three Valley. j concern  will cover     Its policyholders
,,.       . . . ..   . Irrespective of nationality.
A wedding of interest to their many
friends ol  Revelstoke was     that     oil"
Miss Aileen  Clayton to     Mr.   Arthur'"
Cayley,  which took  place at Toronto
last Wednesday.
Scribblers, pencils,    pencil    boxes,
school   hags,   etc.,   lor  starting      the
child to school at  Macdonald's drug
store.
Slates   and
drug store,
pencils   al   Macdonald's
Glycerine snap,  two big cakeH for
2"i cents at Macdonald's drug store.
FOR   SALE
v II llsteln Cow, 4 years old, due to
freshen on Sept.. II. A line milker,
qui-t. though not. registered is a
thoroughbred, Reason for selling
have too many. Apply to Box 0
Revelstoke, B.C. It.
Miss S. Call, milliner for Reid &
Young, hus returned from her trip
hast, where she has been attending
the wholesale millinery openings.
A  very  delightful  time wus enjoyed
is a great, pity  that there     was |
a larger attendance at the base-j"1 thc apartments     of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. W. Armstrong and children, of
ceipts,  if a couple of  the ladies would
attend to the selling of tickets     and
to the gate. Two of the ladies offered
, lee help, and after doing their     duty,
Mrs. P. (n   I.easch and Miss Myrtle   and   getting  drenched  from  the    sud-
brushes were   Robinson      leave for  Mountain  Greek den shower,  they  only bad a     small
assistant  'ridge     on     Sunday     to Visit their  sum to hand to the president.
brothers  Victor  and Walter, members
Ol the P.M.P.. doing bridge duty.
It
not
lall match on Monday afternoon. The I J°e McKinnon on Thursday evening,
boys very kindly promised the Relief when they were surprised by the
society,  ten per cent of the gate rc-
; by the overturning ol a Bat   Revelstoke,  visited Mrs.  Armstrong's
rur loaded  ^h rails      Tbe lury re   parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J. W. Carroll
turned  i vflrdtct of accidental death.,this week.—Salmon Arm Observer.
Pr. Taylor, coroner,  presided
A. suit - i
I resente It -    - •   »on
secretary of the Y.M.I   I     •. Wednea- The pictures    at    the Empress on
(,ay evening, previ, . to his depar. of the R.M.R. .bung bridge duty. IJ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
ture for 3pnngfleld, Mass., to attend A puM,c .,„.,.,,,,, ,,, ,„., , CftUed Dl,vir „, wnich Mary pickford ira.
the Y.M.C.A ..ileg. there R. How ^ Mayor H. McKinnon to be held in personated the blind girl, were in-
,, the V M.I \. made ^ ^ ^ ^ Mu,1|V „V(.Ilinit ,it deed a ^eat. It was a si.x-reel affair
the presentation. v (.    t)}(   r[l),  purp0M  ,,f forming     a  and some of the     scenes were really
the      tourists      it     the local branch of tht   Canadian Patrio-  beautiful, especially the one where the
Hotel   Revelstoke ou Thursday  were   tic fund
-   st*  fork; Mr. and Mm. I   ^ .,.,_,   wlll beThanks
•'   Hodgman, *' Igman,  m..m# ,;^ Thursday, Octo-
1   1 e: .e.i   The government
Ims made tbe change in order to meet
the views "f the     ma * people
'A In.   ;
members of St. Francis club and presented tilth some beautiful silverware, knives and forks, and also tea
and desert spoons. Mrs. Bunnell
made the presentation and Mr. McKinnon responded iu a few well chosen words. Dainty refreshments were
served and u jolly evening spent.
daughter   Mma Cltj    Wis    fcdd •   U
■Vyer, Rlchti  d. \ Wild,
i-- v.   [0wa   **      lil      rones
Columbus     Ohio A    Dither.
North Yakii       v. ,
Anno u CD.
McKay,   provincial  g        imenl    timber Inspectoi. that   .'   thi
guards 00  tl -
been Wlthdl On
leather
the extl ■'.>t      on
•  •    .
The r'- ■
40 fire- It     to
summer.
Cyril
	
■
B.   t
■
toki
...
..
■1      at
the ii ••    R< •'■'-■ Friday were
Mrs. J.J. F.  Jones,
Tay-
i..r.  Mr   -and  Mi Fleck,  Van-
W, Gr-eenwood,  3ica-
Eth ■    li
-    •
The pictures of  the     Uritish  army |
inanoeuvers at the     Empress theatre j
on Thursday evening, were very   fine j
indeed, especially  the one shown     of
ibe French     army     from an airship.
Pictures of      King (Ieorge,  Lord Kitchener, Admiral John Jell coe,     Gen.
little blind girl    was pictured sitting   Joffre and others, were very good and
In the tire light playtng     with a kit-  aroused much interest. A splendid pie-
ten and a pup. The children In     the  ture of    the     King was shown, sur-
audience were    delighted      with     the  rounded hy li tlags. The orchestra play
turns  in the pictures    who appeared   ed patriotic selections during the pir-
quite Often, and  were really  a delight   turcs, a few      of      which  were:      Tin-
to all. Maple Leaf",      "Star Spangled  Banner", "Marselese" and "Cod Save the
About   -'.'   | pie,  members of     the
Methodist    church, met ;it Mannings'
ice cream parlor on Wednesday even- j A very pleasant evening was enjoying and from there proceeded to thc ed on Friday at the h'igh school by
home of Paul Sampson. assistant the tenrhers and pupils. The first
secretary of the Y.M.C.A, where he event of the evening was the judging
:ven a complete surprise A of the cakes, 'jiach girl had been aBk-
eveftning wm spent, and ed to bring a cake ot her own baking
Paul w„s presented    with  a  sweater- to the high school.  A committee   of
King.'
til  read ar. I ad- seven hoys was chosen as judges, and
'   • \ie    Y.   '!r"ss' :i'*3    Llndmark,   made after  carefully    sampling   each  cake,
,\dl.   t tation.   -Pan       left ttje they  awarded  as  prizes,      two  White
[ht tram I ib,use  rook  books,  one  to  Miss  Mac-
vili
the  V.M.c.a.
SOCIALANDPERSOiNAL
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•    -   -   I.E.   Dick-
iiness meet-
'
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land
-
.Is in
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in    the    Mall-H
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In ti
Prirr .-
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West.
iint .    a
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Church;    ll   I     Horsey     cl
v.    H
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'   union   n.
,1th    'he I
a   the 1
■  Ins     1
. iplalnetd Hlf'y
i   « io and    tbe     T „   M
trltlon   was offered   I     ,, m   , ,„. .
lall. Among thos. who  iJ|ct|1      ,,,.
were Men
Miller.  Rom   Thompson,     >Lawrtn
Pagdin and  llew»   Thsnknplvlng    w [JlWMnCS  is |sat ng     for     the
. Htn-\   ■ ■ -  i . i   .   Hi   l te ie will    ba
tensor   It  th"  unit;- Rmptri     ■     mined 'in three Hubiieiii nt MeOUl
• 1  tbe rh.ir,- I      ths  relgnll •     ll   I U  taken   two  \- Ms   at
bouw.
helNpltlll
■ iiiiii u-ii- ■ i ill v   tnd Intend i entering
Empress Theatre
Pi gramme
TO-DAY
*
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fl
MONDAY
irloo.   G
. i -. ■     First '
TUESDAY
■ Link in ' h
Pal In- U'■ li
riii-'
W.ir   P
i ranch \ 11
WBDN1    ,.\Y
\   Fats "vVllli ii   with  i
gun
TIHK.sliAS
Meie    War Pic ti
Six   Piece  i nrhnst.ni.
eVIiittakes     and     the   other to Misa
Im in.i  Fraser.   l'hc next feature of the
• venlng was a     cake-eating contest,
participated  In     by the hoys.     The
i nn'  amount  'if cake was  given      to
each  boy and the object was to   see
ould      empty      his   plate  firBt.
I-rank   Dunn   was  "dunn"   before  the
'   were half through and was   pre-
t. tmes inioyed     until   eleven
, .   when      dainty     refreshments
!   w th       a      handsome   neck-tie.
\fter      singing   Auld
tbe   favorite
iki   up
wedding   took   place
■   Wedm t.  An
 ibyterlan church,  \ Ictor la,
.:      !■ | e     \j. Donald   d
M      James M<tOouald, ol
ne    the
Id  ||   . !
Revelstoke   The Rev, Dr. Leslie   Clay
performed  tbe ceremony and a     fine
ppropi late   i iusIc,   lathe     Bridal     Chorus from
i.'ih'" • -! Mendelssohn's Wcd-
- March,    was    provid<sd by Hi.
The Church was very
irtlstlcally decorated with pink und
white chrysanthemums snd ferns, thn
of white and  latin i Ibbon and   knots
of ivy. Tin       I   | ■ ike i charming  in
il        . satin durh-
i ith kilted tunic end veil of soft
tulle eii ipe.i 0  -,   , , oronal   of
e     II   I     >   ,|       ;,       1„,||
quel   of pale pmk carnatlona.     Miss
McDonald   accompanied     her
daintily gowned
In    bei    pink  satin,      Mr,   Harry Meir
iimer. nf Revels! ike,      ■ ted     In the
■ ,  ol best  in,in. A reception wub
Step in Tomorrow
and spend a few moments looking over
tlie handsome range of
New Fall Suitings
and Overcoats
Everything that ia correct is here. We
guarantee a perfect fit, and-will make
your suit in any style you may desire.
Our made-to-order Suits are all hand-
tailored, and not machine made. They
keep their shape, and give good service.
Prices from $22.00 to $40.00
McRae Mercantile Co.
Watch Our Windows
A great big special display of  handsome PALL   FOOTWEAR  for
Men, Women ami Children is lite big attraction here now.    Of course
we show them In our windows.   It doesn't cost  you anything to
"LOOK" and the "LOOKING" will open your eyM as to really who
are Kevelstoke's foremost Shoe Fitters and Style l.eatlei -.
WATCH   OUR   WINDOWS
ROYAL SHOE STORE
HOWSON  BLOCK
WATCH
THIS BOTTLE j
LOWPRICES
Special
Children's C rac ke r-
jack Paint Book with
brush, only        25c
A large .stock of children's Rag Books—
cheaper and better than
ever before offered.
Everyman's
Library
nvor BOO titles,each, 35c
Harold Bell Wright's
now book
"The Hyes
of theWorld
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.
Advance in
Leather
has   not   affected   our
prices on School Bags
  60c to $1.50
$1.50
BEWS' DRUG STORE

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