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Array REVELSTOKE
Chief lumlyerlng, railway, mining, agricultural and navigation centre betweeen Calgary
and I the Pacific ocean.
The Mail-Herald
THE   MAIL-HKRA.LD
Published twice weekly—Read
by everyone—Tbe recognized
advertising medium for the
city and district.
Vol. 22—No. 65
REVELSTOKE. B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST U. 1915
$2.50 Per Year
HON THOS.TAYLOR ANNOUNCES
[HARVESTERS EXCURSIONS
Names of Those Waning to Avail Themselves of Cheap
Fares Should be Given to James Mclntyre—One
Cent a Mile to Prairies for Harvesters
That the efforts of R. P. Green, M.
P., Hon. Thomas Taylor and other
members of the government to secure
cheaj) railway rates for those wishing
to aid in the harvest on the prairies
have been BUCCeaatul is shown by a
telegram received yesterday by James
Mclntyre, president of the Revelstoke
Conservative association, from Hon.
Thomas.Taylor. A cheap fare of one
cent a mile going and of one and one
half cent returning hus been secured.
Those wishing to join the excursions
should leave thtir names witb Mr.
Mclntyre, to whom full particulavs of
the excursion are being sent by Mr.
Taylor.
I    Mr. Taylor's telegram is as follows:
1 James Mclntyre,
Revelstoke, B.  C.
Following  message    received     from
vice     president     Bosworth,    C.IMR.:
, "Will arrange rate.farm laborers one
rent mile going and one and half returning on ('ei'e.ncr certification by authorized parties." Better get names
nil who have had experience in harvest fields and wish to take advantage of this rat". Same should be
certified to by mayeir. Will write you
giving full particulars Saturday next.
THOMAS TAYLOR.
, Victoria, B. CM, Aug. 11.
PRINCIPAL AT
ESQWMAULT
Resignation   of   Principal   of
High School is Accepted-
Miss Manley Quits
The resignation of J. M. Paterson
as principal of the high school has
been accepted by the school board.
Mr. Paterson will leave in a few
days for Esquimau to take the prin-
cipalship of the high school there.
Miss L. M. Manley, teacher of the
junior second class in the Selkirk
school, who is now in Buckingham,
Quebec, has writ??! the board re-
aignlng her position. Miss Manley
gives the reductions in salaries of
teachers as her  reason for resigning.
STOCK LAKES
WITH FISH
Representative   of   Fisheries
Department Will Examine
Park Lakes Tomorrow
II. Shotton of Kamloops, representative of the Marine and Fisheries
department at Ottawa, arrived iu
Revelstoke this morning with the ob-
PUBLIC MEETING THIS EVENING
TO STIMULATE RECRUITING
Officers of Fifty-fourth Battalion Will Address Gathering Opposite City Hall—Men Needed for Kootenay
Battalion—Open Air Dance to Follow
re-   qualifying .it  \
A mil,lie meeting to stimulate
.   /",", ",","'" ■ \    77 ,   „-.u-*„   ,'cruiting will be held this evening   at   present a    shortage in "D" c
ject of looking into the feasibility of .  . - _,.     "
.  ...      ..    , , .,    D     i * u.'the corner ol McKenzie avenuo     and  0I lT0 men-   Tl"-' 54th ,,us h"
stocking the lakis m thc Revelstoke ^^™
First  Btreet,  opposite  tlie  city  hall,
starting at   ;i o'cli ck,   The meeting
will be followed by an open air dance
li the cltj   band will   furnish
Owing to lack of funds the college
at Summerland hrs suspended operations for a time.
Park with fish.   Mr. Shotton will go
| to the summit of Mount Revelstoke
| tomorrow  morning and will be     ac-
i companied     by     Mayor W. Ai. Foote  for wluc
! and H. J. McSorley.   The depths    of   the muBic
the Eva and Miller lakes will be taken and the rock formation examined
to ascertain what species of fish will
be most suitable.   The best means of
depositing the fry will also he ascertained.
SUBSCRIPTIONS
TO MACHINE GUN
Nearly Five Hundred Dollars
Still Required to Purchase Gun
The machine gun fund now amounts
to $507.15, ^the sum of $7.15 having
heen received from the Enterprise
brewery.
When it is considered that no canvassing has been done on behalf   of
the fund and that aii offers oi sub-1 Concentration Camp Would be
troops, Grand Forks c:ti/.ens raised
$1817 and are now making up the
balance with which to purchase a
second gun. Phoenix will also send a
gun, Greenwood Will send two and
Hedley three. In these four towns
with a total population ol about
4000 the sum of.$S000 has leen raised
for machine guns. Kamloops has
subscribed more than em nigh for two
guns and  intends to Re>nd two more.
CANNOT REMAIN
IN WINTER
WILL ENLIST PIONEERS
FOR SERVICE AT FRONT
The speakers at the meeting Will be
Major Davies and Capt. J. 11. Hamilton of the 5lth battalion, Mayor
W. A. Foote, Capt. Sawyer and Rob-
: ert Howson. Major Davies and Capt.
Hamilton arrived in the city on
Thursday from Vernon on a recruiting mission for the 54th battalion.
Major Davies is one of the most ex-
perienced and efficient officers in Canada and has Beeu sei vice in many
jiarts of the world. He served in the
South Afri 'an war and  was at
There is at
company
d heavy
rails in thi tihape I two drafts since
nobilizatlon in Vernon. These drafts
are amongst the finest sent overseas
since the war began, especially the
original "D i i npai y made up of
men from Kamloops and Revelatoke,
and the officer commanding is desirous of obtaining another company of
this typt
It is now no longer necessary far
married men to obtain the consent of
there \vi\es. or for recruits under 21
ol tain the consent of their parents. Tl separation allowance for
dependents remains the same, so that
men enlisting el assured     all
dependents will he pronerly eared for
and in the event of disablement,     a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ one satisfactory nrrar cement is being
time chief of staff tei the commander made by th" Canadian government,
in chief of the Turkish army. Capt. All restrict to 1 rth have
Hamilton who is well known to ev- been rei • being pro-
eryone in Revelstoke Is medical otti- vlded fee- iftej tment at a rens-
 cer to the 54th  battalion and one of  i nable  r<-=t.   The rvesieht   test     has
soon have an opportunity to enlist in j would be good enough to notify   any   ,ho ,llnst popuiar officers at Vernon. [ been  altered to
Revelstoke in the     regiment of plon- j good     axemen     or ordinary railway
Axemen  and  railway laborers    \vill(ly, and in the meantime I wish   you
eers now being formed in British Col- j laborers who would like to enlist
umbia. Major James A. Macdonell; that we are open to accept them,
will visit Revelstoke in the near fut- j I may say that we want a good
ure in connection with recruiting and j class of laborer but it. must be im-
any who may wish to join the regi- jiressed upon them that they are to
ment should hand in their names    to | be soldiers first and will hnve to un-
Vcription  have been spontaneous and
i     Unsatisfactory   During
Colder Months
Thai     th"     Vernon    concentration
ramp will be demobilized for the Win-
j ter there is no doubt.   Col. Ogilvie,
voluntary the amount     received     is
highly satisfactory.    But    $4»2.50      is [
still needed if Revelstoke is to     pro-
Tide" even one gun as a gift from its;
citizens to the    Kooteuay  battalion. '
The list ol subscribers now stands   as
followa: —**'<*_ ■_— ^^^^^^^_^^^__
~ $13.00  (,1e district officer commanding, stat-
10.00  id that it would    be impossible     to
10.00   keep     a large body of men training
10.00  tliere    throughput the colder months
,.' without building large barracks    for
10.00
10 00 lllDir accommodation,     installing     a
10.0-0 permanent water system and making
10.00 other important  improvements.     As
lO.Oti none of these works has been under-
l0'{](> takiu,  it  follows that the  intention
lft' is to     place the soldiers at different
Robert Gordon, government agent.
Mr. Gordon has received the following letter on the subject from Major
Macdonell:
dergo a strict military training.
I should he pleased if you would in
terest yourself in getting togethe
any of these men whom you consider
_lnc''u'e ■ nien able
Three hundred and fifty recruits are to see well with or without the nid
reeded to complete establishment of of elapses ' the way of vnr-
the "1th Battalion. "D" company ol| irose veins are corrected after eniist-
the "Oh battalion is reserved for re- ment without ex™>ns« », .ii„ recruit.
emits from Revelstoke nnd Kamloops r>racticallv the onlv obstacle to en-
Mid is to be     commanded by officers   ' gtrnont *n ••   U perl   ns | rt trouble
from the same district who are   now, or dsfecHve teet.
Sir—As you may know    from     tbe j eligible    ard letting me know   about
papers Lieut-Col.  Arthur E. Hodgins  the number of them and so forth and
has heen authorized to raise and or-  I will announce later the time of my
ganlxe a regiment of Pioneers for B?r-  \isit to take them in.
vice oversea*    He has placed the te I JAMES A. MACDONELL,
cruiting of the men in my hands and I
1 am going to visit your town short-; 1st Canadian Pioneers
; Drafts Only Supplied
from Vernon Camp
LECTURE ON
MILITIA WORK
Otlicers  commanding  overseas • hat-' Will     Tell    01     Y.M.C.A.     Work
Major' tailors and  other units In  the  camp'       ^j^ Canadian SoldierS —
have beeu advised that, hereafter    no
Mayor Vi. A. Foote
Aid. L. C.  Masson
E. Mackenrot
W.  Bell
H.   Bourne
Ai. Smythe
j. McSorley
B.  McCleneghan
8,  M(Carter
Lecture Illustrated
Aid. A.
Aid. G.
Aid. F.
Aid. W.
Aid. H.
A
G
.1.  G.   Barber
J. Campbell
R. C.  McKinnon
A.  Grant
A. r. Levesque
WM Bews
A.  Q.  Daniels
ff,   ll.  Karris
H. H. McVity
T.  J. Wadman
II.    I.uUL-lnad
A. J. Macdonell
0, Lawrence
Rev. C.   \. rroennier
ff,   A.   Anstie
Dr. ff. H.  Sutherland
J.   I.y.'lis
ff,   .1    Law.
a. Crick
J. Jenkins
J.   Purvis
.1. Callin, i Vancouver)
Roaa DonaMion
.i. Hopgood
B, *.. Dixon
J. H.i
Globe Lumber Co., Ltd.
O.  L. Ingram
I). MclCachern
Y. Voung
Mrs. F. A. Malnwaring
Miss  Jessie  MacUeth
ff.  T.   McCulloch
Thomas ff, Morris
<C. Jollifle
Rex  theatre concert
Hiss Woodland
D. L. Swanney
L, H. Congrieva
Mrs. A. Puyne
F. Barret!
0. Campe
V. Campe
T. Allen
0, (iiinib't'Hon
10. NeilBon
A. i Indhol ,
R llrill
G. I,.i\i rn
D   Brill
F. Hadln
DP.  Crillitb
ic. Qrnndatrom
O,  Alliertson
A.  Dyiiesliie
BntorprlM Rirwerr
PERISCOPE IS
BEST YET
Invention of Percy Bent Highly Praised by Officers at
the Front
10.00
10.00
c entres when the weather becomes too
severe to permit them to live com-
10.00 tortubly under thc present conditions.
W.OO wbat will be done with tbem', Isa
10.00 question which the district ollicer
Kl.OO commanding does not discuss. He
W.l jeoints out that the winter training
10.00 j.iuns have not yet been considered.
10.03 The general opinion among military
10.00 authorities is that the different units
10.CO will bc brought to their several local
lO.i'fl heftadquartera. This would mean that
10.0' tba 7th battalion, or "Western
10.ro Scots." and the Corps of Pioneers,
10.00 both of which are being mobilized
tie.in Victoria. will be quartered
there, and that tha 17th. the C2nd.
the llth C.M-R., anl the 72nd Sea-
forth Hlghlandera, In the vicinity  gf
Vancouver  and   New   Westminster.    It
i    -iin'ralh   idmitted thai
vanc,nver island eilltles that
cam e i be matched elaewberc in    the
10.00  province for miliary work, and dur-
lii.1.1 ng th; colder months it in thought
10.00 uot Improbable that on* or two of
10.00 these units will be ordered to this
10." > llatrlct. It might be that a large
10.00 tamp would bc established somewhere
10 00   in the neighborhood  of the city     of
10.00 sufficient size for the accommodation
10.01 of the entire Vernon camp as it ex-
10.00 ists now with the addition of the
10.00 mriis in process of formation. This
I'M"      lea ts glvn substantial supjieirt   by
6.00 the fact that the organization which
1.00 Col. Duff Stewart the ramp cjmmand-
1.00 int. has perfected. Is so entirely lat-
1.00 lifactory from the standpoint of
l.OO 'mining tint the department of Mil-
1.00   Hia   ind  Defence  would  hesitate     to
authorize Its disintegration even    for
t  ten  month".
Leo McKinnon, in a letter received
on Thursday by J. McKinnon, acknowledges receipt of a periscope
made for him by Percy Bent and forwarded to him at the front. The periscope, which is collapsible, ha6 been
highly commended by officers at the
front and Leo McKinnon says that
it is the hest tbat bas yet been used.
The letter says:
"In regard to the periscope it is a
dandy,  quite the best we have   seen
 1 unit will go forward as a unit, but
vcry useful quality.   Tell Percy from tac[l     wiu    ue cuUed upon to supply '
me that he ought to write some of drafts 0f men. lt is said that no Last Tuisdny at a well att.nded
the old country firms that are manu- senior officers will go forward with meeting of the boatd of iirectors of
factoring this class of goods for n,ese drafts. Captains wishing to
whereas 1 do not think it would be sce BerVice ut the front will be given
possible to patent, the idea it would an opportunity of going forward as
maybe be worth enough to them to lieutenants, but majors, lieutenant-
cause them to be generous. Honestly colonels and others are reminded that
it Is the best thing in that line that their knowledge of the arts of war
1 have yet seen.
the Y. M. C. A., K. 8. Shepard, Na-
tiona] Militia .'•..: k s,c efary gave a
tlini the w< rk amongst The
soldi is. Mr. Sh j>. rU will return to
RevelBtoke   on Thursday, August   19,
Fine Tomatoes Offered
et Farmers' Market
are valuable on the training fields as ■ ""     'V'M    Ive b s illustrated lectur;
on the battlefront.                                 j wil lides on the work of the   Y.
Five units are to supply 850 men In jjj. C. A.,  with the su.d.irs at home
the next draft from the Camp.      The M     ,                            ereating and ed-
lltb O.M.R., the mounted rifles   will . (     ^           ^        ^ ff
supply fifty men.   The 5-lth battalion
tbe    2nd nnd tl.e  17th will each BU] '   "nd   Kwwra   tu     ljf°e
ply     2r>n-    men with eight sergeants, audieucea.
A feature    of ^^_^^^^^_^^__
this morning was borne grown toma
the farmers market'cieht corporal! and 9ve lieutenants.
I The Army Medical Corps will send
^^^ i fifty men under the command ot a
toes. They were in perfect condition Uentenant and a fiCrgeant.
and brought 15 cents per pound or . In tl)is or(icr it ia understood each
two pounds for 25 cents. The prices unit will continue to send drnfts
brought by other products were as from time to time until the full
follows: .veal 1-5 to 25 cents   a   pound,   Btrength of the units is exhausted. It
10.00
10.00
ni.i i
10.0 I
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.uo
here   y»t and I showid it to one   or        	
two    of    the   officers and thty were [ thickens 2-5 cents pound, eggs 40 cents is thought that each unit will be Con
quite enthusiastic over it.   It eSmhod-1 dozen, coin 26 Cent! dozen, squash 10 tinnnlly recruiting men  until  the end
ies a very necessary quality that   of, cents each, apples  I pound! for     25 ,.f the war.
being easy to carry around snd that  centa, potatoes l| cents pound,    let-    Lieutenant   c. F. ManchMter    has
by turning it you can use    it     with   ture ;i bunches for 5 cents, cucumbers been appointed  camp  inteUigenci    (I
your bark to the parapet is another   3 ior 5 cents. cer.
I3BTWEEN  THK,  WOLF  AND THK   1)0011
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1,00
L.OO
1.00
l.Ofl1
1.0<l
7.15'
"The fatl   "f the Pritish empire and
Hie  (ut'Tc   course  of human hist  rv.
■   er   b0  deride.'  wit'In      earshot     nf
these shi-erri during the next hundred
•Pnlly Mall.'
Telegraphlne from London to Am-
pterdni"  the  'Vnrnlnr PostV mrrm
    • undent  «nv» —'The city  of Antwerp
Total I5t7.15.wna fined  ?'0 000 fraMI  ■ **n iwii  f,,r
In   Its OM  'lav  I impalgn  In roll-vt I p.,|,p| ,r  it"-   npfritin-o held  here   on
11000 tor ii     mncblne     gun    fnr   th«   'he p.' * te   |  v '
This  . -;   i cture of  its k.nd
: ; will be 11 dl I
...   tli :.^1     de-
I partment  ol the Y.M.C.A.   An offer-
ling     will le ta^in Which will be a;e-
plied . n we ri; for the Bi itish I
hia - ddicra at  Vera n camp and ov«
■ i seas,
It   ..-  i..e;...l  thai ■   -    will
. m.i.w    their
cal .nl >n
Y.M.C A. ■    ioye.
a tb     y   -
■
will be i-i.. ii t.i thia
•  toi  'In- month
. f   1 t to] ows
i       ex|
■
July   • ■ 1510.45, e pendlture
• ■   -
- a) jeeiited    on
oard ..; dl
Mr.  I ■ h ave    of
I'lnnt     for
•   >n.   A lal m    ia
being prepai • - - ■ f a men's
altera ion,   Bible
Study Classen   luring the WMk,    nn 1
H e meml ers in
t1 e    -. rl in   d p nn ent'. including
liatel nrd  S'.n'ors.
The  ' ■■..,.
of    c.    m. fi mi. Wn    Wee id, w  La
C, J.  tn :i   p,   Blac hail.
J. Thon •     ■ .    '     IM      "     II    .'.   Vnrel
:,.'' N   F   '■•  wn  cl   lrm n,   c-v     I
>a     were b'bi   a I -t n'epnred
: nd  !»v#ra'  n  - :   ' •     e i-b
nd  n few
o'hers       ■    - '<  thai with the
 'nn 1   ta'-, ■■   'y f- •
e,ier*et|"  .■oer"ti*y    ri"     ''   *""  tneVtt*
Confound the Canadian  (Meveinnient,  for  that  'InCMMed Production.
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THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1915
Zbc flDaiUlbevalb
PUBLISHED   WEDNESDAY.   AND
SATURDAY   AT
REVELSTOKE,  B, C
cJ7W ail-Herald Publishing
Company, Limited
K   G.  ROOKE, Manager and Editor.
<UNIO^»JkABjL>
SATPRDAY, AUGUST 14, 1915
HARVESTERS' EXCURSIONS
The negotiations with the object of
securing cheap rates of transportation tee the prairies lor harvesters
from BritiBh Columbia, in whicli Mr,
K, F. Mi .eeii, M.IM, and Hon. Thomas
Taylor have taken an active part,
have resulted in satisfactory arrangements being made. There does.
rut seem to be this year as much
eagerness as usual for additional I
help to aid in harvesting the prairie j
nop. but qualified harvesters should,
have little difficulty in securing remunerative employment. The efforts
of Mr. Green and Mr. Taylor have
secured for them oppoi tunities at
least equal to those ol eastern harvesters and have made it practicable
for them to work on the prairies during the busy season without being obliged to pay too large a proportion
of their earnings in purchasing thc
necessary transportation. Under existing conditions the arrnngement is
likely to be a boon which many in
Revelstoke will  heartily appreciate.
YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU
The time has arrived when every
man must ask himself whether it is
l.e.t his duty to volunteer for service
at the front.
In the past it has been possible for
many to believe that their services
were not required. They felt convinced that all the men needed were readily available and that thousands were
anxious to go to the front who in
doing so need make no great sacrifice of business or family interests.
That state of affairs no longer exists. Men are urgently needed t>e fill
the gaps in the ranks. Men must be
obtained if the British empire is to
be victorious.   Volunteers must offer
themselves freely if tlie power of militarism is to he broken and if the
cause of right is to be carried to
triumph.
Every   man  must   now  ask  himself
whether  it   is  not   his  duty   to    take
irmB,  whatever the sacrifice.
GERMANY'S RELAPSE
Germany s 'e.t ., nation that baa
uevei   I •- a civil -.s a nation
that has rei >;■-'«'. into lar" arism.
Oven Prussia ba i   I
■ -   ■      d test '1 militarism,   an.l
that
• ughl •    11- the ::. ial I  i
and ni I    '-   - rv ints.    1-
I Pi     I.a    :   •   ■
■:• ■  ■
Dg a - Fi
I brar wit
•   ' ■
•
■ ■ ■ .        jlne elevati
al life.   I si
•       f  r   ...
thai te  to ble t
rentage—that     Ib I
Of war. But
:. ■       ■ bati  ei    be hie rank,
shall itted  to  ill  treat the
.   tl ind    not 1     wo
i ipi .rt   th        my—I be  mllit .ry   are
j aid     by     them   ind irusl   I to
command."
it li do wi nder tbai tha Kali r
rarely, if ever, refers to the words of
this anceil r, h , wai his grandfather, but he Is lull of euloglei for
William I, his father. Now W|
v-.es a good deal of a I'lussian drill
int. yet he wbj a generous and
kindly  man   OOmpared   v. ith   lhe     de
generate who now rulcB tbe German
people. It is recalled that when he
and his Austrians were engaged in
the contemptible war upon Denmark
an assault was to he made upon an
important position, and some of the
king's snobbish subordinates proposed that the attempt should he made
on his birthday; but he forbade this,
saying that he did not desire that
his natal day should be associated
with the sorrow of relatives of th.ose
who must fall. A couple of years
later, when Germany was at war wlthi
Austria and the battle of Konl^-
gratz was in progress, W.l iam 1.
bade his own surgeon see to the
wounds of an Austrian oflicer who
lay In danger of binding to death.
He gave strict instructions that the
prisoners should he well treated and
receive share and share alike of thc
rations with his own troops. In this
same seven weeks' war be issued this
notice to the population of an Austrian city which his army entered :
"1 must tell you that I am not making war against your nation, but only against the armies which oppose
me. My troops are not savag;
hordes, and only claim the supplies
necessary to subsistance. Tell the in- \
habitants that 1 am nut come to
make war upon peaceable citizens but
to defend the honor of Prussia."
Far indeed has Germany fallen since
then. There has leen no s.xh swift
descent into barbarism recorded in
history as that exempl fi d in the
Kaiser. History will regard bim as
the most distinguished degenerate of
all time.
MacKenzie. Sunday services:— Low
KaBS at 8 a.m. and High Mass at
10:30 a.m. every Sunday. Sunday
school for the children at 2:30 p.m.,
l'.enediction and Rosary at 7:30 p.m.,
Confessions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7:30
to 'J p.m. and Sunday morning 7:30
to 8. Weeks days:—Mass every morning at 7 o'clock, Confessions before
Mass. First Fridays —Mass at 8 a.
m., Benediction and Rosary at 7:30
p. m.
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity; 8 a.
m. Holy'Communion 11 a.m. Matins
and ante-communion. Evensong, 7.30
p.m,, sermons at both services by
the Rector.
At hoth morning and evening prayer, prayers authorized ly the Lord
Bishop for war will be said. Sunday
school at 2.30 p.m.
METHODIST CHURCH
Services in the Methodist church at
11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning
theme: The word o God and what it
Implies, Evening, Jesus the Patriot.
Strangers heartily  welcome.
PRESBYTERIAN' CHURCH
In the Presbyterian church on Sunday Rev. J. W. Stevenson will
jueach on "The personal touch" at
11 a.m., and on "Love, the foundation of righteousness," at 7.30 p.m.
The Sunday School and Bible Classes
will meet at 2.30. Strangers will be
welcome at these services.
AT THE THEATRES
FROM THE SANCTUMS
THE PARAGRAPH
Victoria Colonist-The editor of the
Brooklyn Eagle, who died a few days
ago. was once asked why be
wrote long editorials. His reply was
that he had not time to write short
ours. A very brilliant paragraph.r,
who tried to write for the Boston
Post, some years a^-o, stated that
time was essential to good paragraphing.
ROYAL
YEAST
CANADIANS FIRST
Toronto Telegram-  Manitoba proved that  the prairie province is     thc
l   ■      ,,f Conservatives who arc Canadians   tirst.
Manitoba     may     prove when    the
polls open in the ni xt  Dominii n el-
a  thai   the  j ralrle  province   ia
the home ol Lil • rals who     are
Canadians tirst.
■ will   never   Willingly     Un."
up with the Teutonic Na1
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employment of a       itei  numbw   of
.nd  expnnslon  along other lines
aa well,
TOMORROW'S SERVICES
st. Pranoli church, McKenxle <\ve.
i ml  Fifth Htreet.,  Paator,  Itev.    .1. 0.
After Five is on the bills at the
Empress theatre tonight with Edward Abeles iu 5 parts, also a good
Billy Ritchie comedy. This program
tonight is a laugh producer. On
Monday the last of the Master Key
with Stamps, also a three reel feature, The Honor of the Ormsbys with
Mary Fuller, and a Nestor Comedy.
On Tuesday The Bachelor's Romance
with John Emerson, in 5 parts. Famous Players and Comedy. On Wednesday The War of the Wilds, a great
Indian War drama in 2 parts with
William Clifford. A Man and bis
Money. Poor Policy, Black Hands
end Si Perkins. On Thursday Buck-
s ':.,t John with Hobert Bosworth and
amateur night; free tickets. There will
be a drawing on Monday the 23rd for
. l'«i piece dinner set and 40o Black
Boxes will  be given  .iway.
Whin        a        incline     is     chosen
I ir        the biggeat       theatre     in
the     world fl im     hundreds      of
fered 1 y all thc feature companies in
Ml.  and  is accomiiauied by    a
;     piece Bympnony orchestra,    what
lurthei   •       iti   can  be  ad.lid'.'     This
wus the fortune of "Hearts in Exile"
el   photo-play  to be Bhown
Rex      next    Wednesday  and
I  accompan-
i Rex orchestra,
will     include almost afl the numbers
The star,
Young,  lias  been     an
years   and
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'..'■'.'•"   REALLY' ntLIGHTFUL       ,
THE DAINTY
MINT-COVERED
CANDY-COATED
CHEWING GUM
On your Vacation—
Riding - Fishing - Motoring —Driving — Shooting
—Camping ont—there in
nothing like a plentiful
nnpply oi the Dainty
Fresh Mint-flavored
oonleclion—
Gtyclets
MADE IN CANADA
NOT ENVIOUS
Yonder he goes all  loaded down
With kit and hamper,
I think  I'd rather Btick to town;
1  am no camper.
—Kansas City  Journal.
NOT A DIALOGUE.
"Top, what's a monologue?"
"A  monologue   is a     conversation
between husband and wife."
"I thought that was dialogue."
"NM>, a dialogue is where two   persons  are speaking."
HIS NAME.
"What is your name?" a Kentuck-
ian asked a negro boy.
"Well, boss," he answered, "everywhere I goes they give me a new
name, but my maiden name was
Moses."
GENERAL MISUNDERSTANDING
Edyth—George says he can't understand why I accept him.
Mayne—George isn't like other peo-
jile.
Edyth—Why what do you mean?
Mayne—Other people can't understand why he proposed.—Chicago
News.
THE  EXCEPTION.
"Do you subscribe to the old theory that the criminal always returns
to the scene of thc crime?"
"Not always," replied the sureen-
ough detective. "Sometimes the extradition papers won't hold."
HER VAGUE VIEWS
"I   asked     for     alimony of fifty a
week, I see  wimmen are getting that
right ab ng."
"But, madam," expostulated thc
lawyer, "your husband is earning
only twelve."
"What's that got to do with it? I
thoueht tint the government provided the alimony."—Kansas City Jour-
i.null POLICY
It'epoe rt policy i o think of the future
I better policy to prot Ida Regains!
he n.i -ii i inm-- it may have in store
or you    Tin' -airi-M way oi protecting
lilt   i-ll   ■ ■ ll i.miiiy Is a
LIFE INSUKANI E POLICY
.villi  .i   reliable  CO upauv.    The high
i"dh g ii d l-'iig buslnest
lhe    Ki mi, -nay    Agencies
■ ■  olutely    trust worthy.
Youi     lime   miiv   In-   near   at    hand
limit di lay,   Take aul a policy now.
K00IENAY AGENCIES, ltd.
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i iMi' i   tin   -.'.it leont   teeth   than   run the
ll      . e i    bt   Ing   the   toothache ,"
Lumb
umDermen
It will pay you to mei ke
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F. B. WELLS
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Oi n 'I ow -      Rkvi     roi b, B.O.
before buying   your otitfll
of working .-l"i net for ' he
bil I,       I tna fc •    i    i .iliy
of   Ixigglng si h,   Pants,
Box, sioiu, iibfik ..,. and
cvi'i yl long mjjl 'I in yonr
bii In
KOOTENAY  l.ODOB,  No.  1».
A.  FM and A. U.
lingular Meeting! are held la
New MnHoiiic Hall on the Fourth
Monday In each month el o p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
JOHN   l,EK,  VT.  M.
ROBT.  GORDON, Bewetnry
WAR DECLARED!
War ie declared on our stock of
Tea and Coffee, Bro our window
for specials.
$1 Buys 3 lbs.
While this lot lasts, and as another advance is predicted in the
near future we would advise putting by a few pounds.
BREAD
Why are we selling more bread?
There must be n reason.
Let Us Tell You Wliy
Just compare a. loaf of oura with
any other and we are absolutely
sure you will use the best, then
you will know why.
8BJST BY TEST
Phone 41
HOBSON'S
Box 734
Shamrock Hams
and Bacon
(CURED IN CALGARY)
Made from selected hogs—in the most modern plant in the
West-Government inspected—approved bv careful housewives everywhere. SHAMROCK IS THE SEAL OF SUPERIORITY, and this applies equally to Lard, Butter, Eggs,
Sausage—wherever it appears.
P. BURNS & COMPANY, Limited
KING EDWARD HOTEL
H . J. MCSORLEY. PROP.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Strictly First-Class
Rooms—Single, en Suite, and with Bath
Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Co., Ltd.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
Manufacturers of Aerated Waters
WINES
LIQUORS
CIGARS
Agents for Calgary Beer
Jack Laughton, Proprietor First Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
WINDSOR HOTEL
EUROPEAN  PLAN
GOOD ACCOMMODATION REASONABLE RATES
CAFE IN CONNECTION
Q R I F N    "A I      Suitably furn'"shed with the
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
choicest the market affords.
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Revelstoki' Lodge
No. 1085
LOYAL  ORDER
OK MOOSE
Meets every second
and Fourth Tuesday
in  the Selkirk Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordially invited.       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
ILL. HAUG, Sec.
H. W. EDWARDS
Taxidermist.
Bear Rugs Mounted. Furs cleaned
and Dressed.
85 Second St., Revelstoke, B. C.
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. W
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS
Meets  every    Wednesday evening
at    8  o'clock,    ln  Selkirk HaU.
Visiting    brothers    cordially  Invited.
R. GORDON, 0. 0.
SELKIRK LODGE No. JJ
I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Thursday evening ln
Selkirk   Hall  at  8 o'clock. Visiting  1,1 rt Iii-in cordially Invited.
II.  MILLER, N. Ck.
JAMES MATHIE. Secretary.
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and Storage
[GENERAL HKAYING
I'm niiiire and   I'i.inn-iiioving  a
Spei-iality
Phone w—'27b.  Night Phone :mu
BWITZBR BROS.
J. H. CURTIS
All kinds of Repairing neatly dene
Best Sand Shoes for children
Boots, Shoes, Trunks.
Valises, Suit Gases,
Bags, Pack Sacks,
Pack Straps, Whips,
Etc.
Armstrong & Co.
The Leather Goods Store
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We specialize in
Metallic Ceilings, Corrugated Roofing, Furnaoe Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work Shop -Connaught Ave.
REVELSTOKE      -      -     B.C.
JOHN LEE
LADIES'  TAILOR
Corner McKenzie  Avenue   and
Victoria Road
DRESSMAKING &
Suit Cleaning & Pressing
Buttons Covered. Work Cuaranteed SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1915
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAGE THRE»
Good Musical Program
for Red Cross Soiree
The following musical program will
be given on Friday evening, August
20 on Mrs. T. Kilpatrick's lawn under
the auspiced of the Red Cross society, the proceeds of whicb will be given as a donation to the B. C. Base
Hospital fund.. Tbe numbers will
all be given in costume.
.Selection by City Baud
Vocal Duet ... TUe Lads in Navy Blue
Bob and Bruce Hume
Vocal Solo   Boys of Uld England
Miss Madge Taylor
Recitation The Brokm Rose
(To   King   Albert)
Miss Elaine Lubbins.
Chorus and Dance   Tokio
Vocal Duet 	
.Misses  Willy   Robertson  and  Uer-
nadine Bunnell.
L'ance Solo  	
Miss Madge Taylor
■Chorus 	
Jimmy Davidson, Billy Trueman,
Harvey Grant, Edith Sturdy,
Ethel Whitby, Heatlior Kilpuc-
rick, Alberta Hobson, Helen
Sutherland, Kathleen McSorley,
Theodore Laughton, Jean Kipp,
Dorothy Collison, George Robbins, Dorothy Heard.
Recitation   (Minadian   Born
Mi-^s   Elspeth  Kilpatrick
Chorus & Dance ... Little Shepherdess
The Misses Florence Bourne, Florence  McCarty,   Dorothy    Bunnell,
Dorothy   Purvis,  Aileen Lawrence
Vocal Solo The leader of the Band
Miss Oliffe Cashato
■Chorus  &  Dance You're Some Girl
The Misses Irene Procunier, Doris
McCarter, Myrtle Trethewy, Jeanne Robbins,  Mary Paget,  Messrs.
Douglas     McCarter, Billy Coates,
Phillip Carter, Jack Sibbald, Bert
Lawrence.
Orchestral selecti in..Among the Lilies
Rex Orchestra
The following are the words of thc
■Broken     Rose."    to    King Albert,
•which will he recited by Miss Elaine
Bobbins
Four More Recruits
For Overseas Service
Four more recruits havc enlisted in
Revelstoke for service overseas and
Lave passed the medical examination.
They are:
W. Ainsley, born Rome, NM Y., next
of kin Patrick Ainsley, father, Moose
Jaw, age 24, single, blacksmith.
F. McLeod, born Sutherlandshire,
Scotland, next of kin, Finlay McLeod, Scotland, age 38, single, carpenter.
D. Orrde, born Bullather, Scotland,
next of kin, Alexander Orrde, Bullather, age 24, single, miner.
F. W. Kerr, born Kilmarnock, Scotland, next of kin Miss J. Kerr, Kilmarnock, age 39, single, miner.
Every I0c N
/    Packet of    \
'   WILSONS
FLY PADS
\WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN <
\$80-WORTH OF ANY   '
\ STICKY fLY CATCHER/
WESTERN fLOAT
By R. T. LOWERY
shy. youthful, silent—and misunderstood
Tn the white glare of knighthood thou
didst stand.
Tbe scentre in thy hand
Seemed hut a flower the Fates had
tossed to thee,
\nA thou we»rt called, perchance half-
scornfully,
Mbert the Good.
To-day thou standcst in a blackened
grave,
Thy broken sword still lifted to the
skies.
Thy pure and fearless eyes
•Miaze into    Death's grim  visage,  un-
appalled,
And by the Storm-swept nations thou
art called
Mbert the Brave.
r. ssed on a blood-red     sea ol   rage
and hate
The frenzied  world  rolls forward   to
its doom.
But high above the gloom
Flashes the fulgent beacon-  of     thy
fame,
The nations thou hast     saved   exalt
thy mime—
Mbert the Croat.
Albert the Good, the Brave, the
Oreat, thy laud
.ies at   thy  feet, a crushed und  mor-
ient rose
Trampled and d secreted by thy foes, i
ine day a greater Belgium will    be'
bom,
But   what     of     this    dead Belgium :
wracked  and  torn?
vMi.it "f this rose flung ..nt upon tho
snnl'
Behold! Mat Where sky and waters
meet
.  white-robed Figure walketh on tho
sea.
Peace gon before bun and her lace
is sweet)
•vs once He trod the waves of Galilee
He comes again—the tumult sinks to
rest,
Tbe stormy waters shine beneath His
feet.
He sees the dead rose lying in    the
sand,
He lifts    the    dead rose in His holy
hand
■\nd lays it at His breast.
• i broken rose of Belgium, thou art
bleatl
T. H. Connor is low cditur of the
Golden Star.
Nelson will hold its fair September
2>3 and 24.
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For cabl ag3     Armstrong   lanchers
receive from ?30 to $40 a ton.
James Adams, the druggist, has
moved into his new store at Telkwa.
At Port Alberni operations at the
big lumber mill will soon be resumed.
The Rocher Dohoule mine near Hazelton is producing 100 tt ns of ore
daily.
The Rossland camp products more
than half of the lude gold mined in
B.  C.
J. J. Clarke formerly a piinter in
Enderby, is the new owner of the
Trail   News.
Several railway men have recently
moved their families from Roseberry
to Kaslo.
Judge Gregory says that Prince
Rupert is all rtuht. It has a great
future, and a small past.
In three weeks more than two tons
of blackberries were picked on the
vacant lots of Port Alberni.
There are five banks In Prince Rupert, and each of them pays 5200 a
year to the city for a  license.
At Wilmer there is some talk ot
work being resumed upon the Hot
Punch, Paradise und Black Diamond
mines.
At the battle at Ypres more men
were killed than in the tntire Civil
war in the United States 50 years
ago.
The war will lie over ly next spring
The big drive will begin in September and Belgium will be wrecked to a
inish.
John V. Perks of Victoria, was on
a visit to Revelstoke this month. He
was a familiar figure in Nakusp 22
years ago.
Gus Montan recently brought half a
ton of furs from Fort Grahame to
l'rince George. It took IC days to
make the trip in a canoe.       '
The strike on Jim Ryan's claim on
the north fork of Carpenter creek has'
caused a sensation, and may create
another boom in Three Forks.
W. J. McMillan wants the government to build a wagon road to the
Alps group, on the nurtb fork of Carpenter creek, ln the Blocan. It cists
|M a ton to jiack ore from thut
mine to Three Forks.
Sandon people are buying a machine gun.
George Gomerly has a deal on for
1 his claims near Sandon. ^
Larry Knowles, formerly of Silver-
i ton is now living in Centralia, Wash.
Near Slocan City the Ottawa and
other mines are working small forces.
Not a single    cow lives in Sandon,
| and the hotels of that burg still use
condensed  milk.
Jack Cavan died last April in the
asylum of New Westminster. Mrs.
Cavan was married last month te
David Cochrane at Thompson Falls,
Montana.
At Silverton last Thursday morning, while A. S. Macauley and wife
were at church their three year old
daughter fell in the lake and was
drowned.
In addition to being the Lucern of
America, New Denver is also the
cemetery town of    the Slocan,  most
: of the dead of the district being bur-
! ied in that town.
After spending many years in the
j south, Jack Thompson is a,jain oper-
I ating in the Slocan, being busy developing the Echo, a property close
, to the Standard. He lives i.n Slocan
j avenue in New Denver.
Near Silverton the Fisher Maiden
Will resume operations. A compres-
! sor will be installed, and the ore
treated in ihe Van Roi mill. George
Long will be superintendent of the
Maiden as well as the Ottawa.
A great    dyke of molybdenite    has
been discovered seven miles from the
I head of Stone lake, according to     a
Nanaimo engineer who recently made
an examingtion    of the lmjjierty.   It
bas a    width of 450 feet, and stands
, out in full view for a    distance     of
■ 2,0-32 feet.   The formation is granite.
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REMARKABLE
Blather—Glubbs is an original cuss.
Skite—Why so?
Blather—Well,     you know I've had
my jiicture taken with him in gro ipe
; three different times.
Skite—Yes?
Blather—And he never said a word
about  breaking the camera.
INCONSISTENT.
Although I have no use for war,
An Inconsistent chap
1 am, because I always stop
To gaze upon a scrap.
Mary and Tommy had ben to nrar
n  missionary talk  at Sunday school.
"Did he tell yon about the |,«.or
heathen"" father Inquired at the i inner table.
'Yes. sir,' answered -Mary. 'He said
that they were very often hungry
i.nd when they beat on their tum-
tums it could bc heard for miles.—
New York Evening Post.
'What's the idea of two ambulances
the stranger.   'Oh,' the Becond
one jiicks up the victims of the first,'
replied the native.—Buffalo 'Express'
C.B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outfitters
Revelstoke Departmental Stores
We aim to give minimum t
wear At minimum price
DRY   GOODS   DEPARTMENT
SHOP EARLY—In the morning if possible—it's cooler in^the
store and we can serve you much better.
A fine lot of WHITEWEAR, GOWNS,
PRINCESS SLIPS, CORSET COVERS,
etc. for this week at a special price.
Each __ $1.00
A big collection of GIRLS' DRESSES and
BOYS' WASH SUITS worth looking
over. They are all arranged together
on one counter, at your choice for $1.00
All the balance of our good net and lace
CURTAINS are on sale at half price.
You can get some nice ones in this lot
for....- _ $1.00 to $5.00
A clean-up of a lot of odd Garments—
VESTS, DRAWERS and CHILD'S
WAISTS, INFANT VESTS, and girls'
CORSET WAISTS. A big pile of these
on a table at, each _ 35c
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
Hat Bargains
Men's Straw and Panama Hats at prices which
will surprise you.   All this season's stock and
absolutely right.
All our Straws - both soft and boaters at exactly	
 Half Price
All out- Soft Panamas at S3 OO
All our Stiff Shape Panamas at S6.00
Don't miss these!   The bigge-st snap of the season
Men's Oxfords
About twenty-five  pairs left  on
the table.    They must go — every
pair.   All standard makes.    Not
a pair worth less than $4.50.
One price.
$2.75
Pair
GROCERY  AND   CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
Specials for Friday and Saturday
Wheat Flakes, per package 15c
Corn Flakes, per package  IOc
Sweet sliced Gherkins, 20-oz  35c
Sweet Sliced Minced, 20 oz 35c
Oo tha bari of    Findlay river   and 'Johhny, how did jrou    hurt    y.mr
its I,run, lies, 60 settlers are washing hand? I hope jrou haven't been fight-
told    and    making it pay, although lng again?'    'Willie .Tinea railed me a
flour    costs them 21 cents n pound, Uar,  mother, end th«n be hit tne on
and everything else in proportion. lhe fist with llis ttath.'—'Life.'
A lucky mad is always pointing
with pride to his auperior judgment.
'Petween HUB nnd 10..10 nnd PlCCO,-
dilly-clreiis and DevoMblfa House I
Counted thlrt\ elglt Cars with (on
the wludei fair damsels nt the wheel
In most eases, too, mere males were
being driven.'• 'Pally Sketch.'
'Vie     must     never fori-et that   the
I i trian    heavy artillery is ns good
ns anything or km kind in the world,
I.oth     ns    tn    Its type and as to Its
handling,    'Land and Waler.'
Belgium bad the flrst railway in
the world. The state owns the railways and Carried workmen (ree b^
(ore the war. The population of Belgium is 500 people t.) thc ^juare mi-e.
For 700 yeurs it has been the 1 attle
ground ol empirea.
Airships have again leen seen
around Kelowna. The climate is evidently conducive to hallucinations,
ns the Clouds that float over the Okanagan look like Zepps, eapecinlly to
the old women wh.' have been drinking too much tea.
The way carloads o( cattle are being brought Into the Bulkley valley
looks ns if the people Mad realised
what the valley was mi st adapted
for. They have decided t.i sell nei
Cheap feed this year, Cattle are
more In flemand.—Omlnejca Herald.
A mere-bant   In  N'ew Denver recently
received an order from London, England, for some lolld ,'ak furniture.
The people in London must have been
leading his nd In the New Denver pain, or, parhapa there la no furniture left in Kngland fe.r snle. N'o
telling what a J*nr will A
A London newepaper Ins by a vote
of its readers chosen the twelve Englishmen who can least bc spared
it this cri=is. Lloyd-Oeorce runa
first.—Syracuse 'Post-Standard.'
Il a man is n coward he tries to
make others believe be is cautious.
FIRE ALARMS
and    Government    Road    and  Opera
House.
Box No. 17.—Corner Third street
and Campbell avenue, Globe Lumber
company.
Box N'o. IS—C.P.R. station.
Box No. 2»1.—Corner Fifth street
and McKenzie avenue, Catholic
church.
Box No. 25.—Corner Sixth street
;>nd Orton avenue, W. A. Foote.
Box No. 2iM—Corner Fourth street
and McArthur avenue.
Box N'o. 27.—Corner Fourth street
and Townley avenue.
Box No. 28.—Corner Second Street
and Robson avenue, Mrs. Baker.
Box No. »4.—Fire Hall No. 2.
Box No. 35.—Hospital.
Box No. 37.—Selkirk school.
FIRE BRIGADE NO. ONE.
Box No. 44.—Fire Hall No. One.
Box No . 15.—Front street west,
near C.P.R. bridge.
Box N'o. 46.—Corner King and
Douglas streets. Palace Meat Market
Box No. 17.—Corner Second street
and Wales street linck of the Court
house.
Bix No. IS.—Corner of Third and
Charles streets, Cowan block.
"Rough on Rats" uleara out H its,
Mice. etc. Don't Die in the House, I.v
and 25a ut Drug and Uountry Bursa.
Fire alarm signals are given thus :
Two strokes, interval five seconds,
lour strokes. Box 24. No of box will
he ahown on indicator at fire hall.
Practice signal.—Six (6) strokes of
bell slowly.
Testing signal.-Three (8) strokes
of bell slowly.
Fire Out signal.-Two (2) strokes
■ if bell slowly.
Defecl   ilgnal.—One   (ll   stroke   of
hell   ilowly.
FIRE BRIGADE  NO. TWO
Box No. 14—Corner First street
McKencia avenue.  C. B. Hume & Co.
Box No. 15- Corner First i treet
and  Rokeby avenue.
ll.ex No.  IC—Corner Second   street
LAND  REGISTRY ACT
Re Lot No. twenty U0), Bloc*
twenty-seven (27J, subdivision of district lot five hundred and lifty-three
(553), city of North Vancouver, B. C.
Map No. two thousand four hundred
and six,  (2106).
WHEREAS proof of lose of certificate of Title No. 75140 ED, to tho
above mentioned lands issued in the
name of Gordon Scafe has been tiled
in this oflice, notice is hereby given
that I shall at the expiration of one
month from date of first publication
hereof issue a duplicate of said certificate of Title, unless in the mean
time valid objection be made to mo
in writing.
Dated at. the Land Registry Oflice,
Vancouver, It. <M, this 7th day of
August, A. D.,  1915.
ART1IITR G.  SMITH
District  Registrar.
TWO REMARKABLE SCHOOLS
Combining the most thorough Academic Training with the bighwt
Cultural Influences, and possessing the characteristic features ol the
leading British and American Reaiuential Schools.
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS,  VANCOUVER, B. C.
Langara Non-eK.an Braemar
The Head Master, Mr. J. P.
Bain, (late Head Master Royal
School, Raphoc, Ireland), la assisted by five highly trained and
experienced teachers, two lecturers and a physical and drill instructor.
The pupils are under the supervision of the house masters in
their games as well as in their
studies.
Miss Margaret Ross, the talented Principal, and her eight assistant mistresses are all specialists in their respective subject*
und most of them are Honor
graduates. Domestic Science and
Physical Culture are included in
the regular course.
Both schools arc NEW, commodious and thoroughly equipped.   They
nre entirely  aeparate,  being about half a mile gpart.
Tho Loading; Residential School* on thc Pacific Coast
For further particulars address
DR. E. 1). M'LARKN, 8 STANLEY COUBT, VANCOUVER, B. O.
.less L. Lanky preaentl Broadway'a most humorous comedy artist EDWARD ABELBB in "AFTBR FIVK," The most amazing series ol romedy
complication! ever .levHcd, :> parts.   EMPRESS    THEATRE,    TONIGHT.
Not   a  screen  f irre,  bul   nn indeacrlb aldy laughable picturizntlnn of a g««
uinely bumoroua dramatic hit. ,
RACTORV
REBUILT
Advertising    Pays
IF       you advertise
in  the Mail-Herald
TYPEWRITERS
Remington $35   Empire $25   Underwood $65
And numproiin otfatt harming. Rend for com I'M* ii^t of iliffhtly upw4
DUkOblnM rebuilt in our own factory nt-.d made n« Rood aa new* Wo Mvt
you $16 to $To on any machine.   SatkfecUon guaranteed. *
Canadian Typewriter Exchange, Dept. 21, Suite 305,319 Pender W., Vancouver, BC VAGE FOUR
THEJ MAIL-HERALU,    REVELSTOKE
SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1915
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
Mrs. Dent
from Salmon
The  public
Monday, Au
returned  on  Thursduy      Mrs,     0,  R,  Macdonald left Thurs-
axm, I day afternoon on a visit to Chase.
BCb
;ust
ols will reopen     on
23,
J. M.  Everett of Armstrong was in
Revelstoke yestei
Miss Myrtle Robinson Mas recovered
from her recent illness.
M.  M, Bean
King  K',1 ■   :
of
Fernie was
Thursday.
at    thc
Vi. Hansen principal ol the central
school, arrived in the city on Thursday. (
Frank     McCarty starting threshing
n In r and   ial -   ' ie.:- i anch    yi si ei
day.
Bi ic ■ i- '•■•' hei ol I ladsby was i
guesi at the King Edward hotel on
Friday
\. Donnelly of Saskai ion registered
at tbc King Edward hotel on Thursday.
Mrs. J. .Mclntyre, Mrs. Wills and
Mrs. Wilson are camping at Eight
Mile.
.James Maylor of Allow Park registered at tli- King Kdward hotel on
Friday.
A. M. Betts and
registered at the ll
Thursday,
\.  Moorw I and
Arrowhead were al
hotel e.n Thursday,
wife of Rossland,
ui-i Revelstoke on
.'. w. Stevena of
the KiiiLr Edward
Among   the
Revelstoke    ye
Palmer of New
ii  i     al  the Hotel
iterday    was Howard
I      e]   el,ll).
.J. and i M Farris of Calgary were
guests at the King Edward hotel on
Thursday
Fifteen recruits for the 54th  1 attal-
ion from Michel passed through    the
^^^^^ city on Thursday  on their way     to
A letter was received • n Thursday  Vernon.
from J. Howson dated July 2ii   say-
tliat he was wi 11.
Misses B. Mayberry and Ethel Yates
of Los Angeles were guestc at the
Hotel   Revelstoke  yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. im Hoffman of Web-
steri Iowa, were among the quests at
the JCing Edward hotel on Friday.
T. Kilpatrick returned yesterday
afternoon from Sheep creek where he
had been visiting his mining Inter-
easts.
M. p, i.an has passed Mis ezamina-
tiieiifeT for ai>i>olti11nont as lieutenant and has been attached to the
51th   battalion at Vernon.
.J. \v. Martin of Calgary, Inspector
,f Dominion Land Offices, was in Rek-
elstoke on Friday and inspected    the
local   oilice.
j,ieoi>le Will keep up the sjilendid record of giving that they have so creditably established in the paBt year.
The society are greatly indebted to
alderman W. A, Smythe lor the splendid sacred concert given last Sunday
night, and a hearty vote of thanks
was passed. The program was excel-
lent, the building well ventilated and
cool and a very enjoyable hour was
spent in listening to the splendid selections vocal and instrumental. Mrs
Kilpatrick and Mrs. Cormier were at
i the door and received the collection,
] which amounted to .$12.00.
The society acknowledges with
thanks the sum of $1.00 from Mrs. J.
I A. Taylor, proceeds of sale of taMle
mats, the services of those who
spend so much time in cutting     out
i shirts and other articles, thereby
keeping those who sew busy, and donations of old linen for the hospital
branch.
The proceeds of a sale of knitting
bags and cajis, amounting to $18.00
has been handed In, with about $4.00
, more to be added,  makes a ,nice   ad-
i dition to the funds. The idea originated with Mrs. Pratt, who collected
materiala and also donated much
time and material towards the making of these articles. Two very pleasant afternoons were spent at hot
home, in making them, and Mrs.
Pratt desires to thank all who assisted in the making and also the
selling of these articles.   The S'jciety
BEWS' DRUG STORE
The Rexall Store
wish to announce to the
public of Revelstoke that
on and after
October 1, 1915
this store will do business
for
Cash Only
Walter Bews
The drawing  for Mrs.  W. H. Rob- wish   *o dr»w attention to the   fact
erts tea cloth and   doilies   will     be ""* anyone wishing to assist in any
hold on Friday. August 20 at the gar- TO   sllch as collecting, selling flow-
,,„„   fete and,lance t-i le held     for «™.  *N»« tickets or materials     in
the n. 0, Mase hospital. Ithe name ot thc Rcd Cross' can oaly
: do so     legally by obtaining permission from them.
The following articles were handed
in:—Mrs. Pagdin 0 pair socks, Mrs.
Murray Hume, Mrs. B. Crick, A
friend, 3 pairs each; Miss Onnah Lee,
Mrs. H. Bjorklund, Mrs. Chas.
Grandstrom, Mrs. Corning, Mrs. T.
E.  Root,  Mrs.  W. Bews,  Mrs.   Smith j
AUCTIONS
Among The R elsto e boys who
will leave with the next draft from
the ,'ltli battalion for service at the
front will Me Qeorge and Gladstone
Woodland and  J. O.  P. Ois n.
At a meeting of the Ksiuimnlt
school board last nicht, J. N. Pat-
i; \elstoke n is appointed
principal, and Miss Manline Ross of
Wli i peg, assistant principal of th ■
municipality'? lueu school,—yiptoria
Colonist,
AUCTION   SALE
OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Tuesday,  Aug. 17th, inst.,  at Mart
Tapping  block;  sule commencing    at
':: p. m.
I Under instructions of Mrs. E. Allum, I will sell positively without
reserve goeds as follows:
Iron and brass beds, complete ;
dressers and stands, almost new; solid Mahogany writing cabinet,  lovely
Urquhart,   Mrs.   Tame,   2~pair_7ach 18oUd qUarter 0Ut 0ak   dining   taWe ;
Miss    Muriel  Matheson.  Miss     A,ma ! French  style solid oak     davenport;
Corson, Miss Edna Corson, Mrs. Cor-i
Red     Cross society  will  need   mier,  Mrs.  Edwards.   Mrs.  Tedd Tay-
JS rbin"se lanterns     for     the   lor,  Mrs. D.  McKechnie, Mrs.  Pitbla-
Mrs.  McKechtre,   Ar-
H. Cook, Arrowhead,
Lieut. W. H. Wallace will be ap-
pointed lieutenant in the r. itli battalion as soon ns he completes tho ollicers training course which he is now
taking nt the const.
Dr. G.  F.  Curtis has qualified     at
\ 'iver as a captain  in the  army
medical corps,   Dr      'Minis at     one
time practiced   in     Revel t   he     and'    The
also had a drug business here. "it     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I lawn fete on August 2n.   Anyone will-   do,  Arrowhend
ine to lend a few is requested to tei-   rowhead,    Mrs.
ephone Mrs.  H.   H.  McVity,  No.  318,
as soon  ns possible,
Mrs, A. Kenward ann family" of
Revelstoke, who have been spending
:!,, past week the gUCsta 'ef Miss
• Mo ry Waine returned to their home
Wednesday morning.
Mrs. McLaughlin, Mrs. Gunderson,
Mies Elise Nelson, Mrs. B. R. Black-
fnrk.Mrs. 9, Helmes, Mies Alma Lee
(aged 14)), Mrs. r- Davenport, Mrs.
I,. Patrick, 1 pnir each.
We are proud of the fact that   we
oflice desk ; Morris chairs; rockers ;
new bucket; lovely Gurney range ;
cook stoves, china and glassware ;
baby buggy, cost $55.00; kitchen and
jiarlor tables, carpets, kitchen utensils of every description.
Everything    must be sold.    Terms,
Cash.
W.  Parry,  Auctioneer
Box "11 Phone 356
^^^_     _ have the champion kn.tter of British
Kamloops Stan-   _ ,    ..     .,      .  _      .    ,    .. i
Columbia, if not Canada in tbe per-
son of Mrs. Pasrdin   who has
Mrs. Hughes and daughter have re-
turned     from the coast where    they
return they spent a few -Miys at Kam-j    ''• > i'i". I nn jess than ''.-j pair tt t- Cks and!
While motoring  with   friendfl   -'■'' »upwin1 p. B. Maun- 24 cholera belts since the war bfcgan.
the automobile turned turtle with the   l!":'   Al" paring   the We would like to know if there is a
were badly shaken.      •'''''"   ''' Revel- record :n the■■Dominion of Caaeda tn '    McIlltyre
,_,       , , ttoke Man;.  Two of the log   I |  :' .
.  i  •     ;     ral    of Robert Swanney
brother of D. L.     SWftttnejr of Revel-j
to. B. Swing   if '•<"■
The L02n
,1 has
ice in the nian-
-
BUSINESS LOCALS
Be v.
Bt        ' ice on Thursday afti :■■
noeeti from his brother's :■ ,. . -
.Fifth etreet te, the '.,-n^1,i-, YaciMc
! 1 iJnrva the b,.jv feeing shipped -.. Vancouver on train No. 13.
Deceased who Waa 32 years of n-'e
and » bridgeman by trade diel on
',   : rnii ■
■    ice was c n
il cted 1 v  ;•: - M-,  Hall, a larce
number  of beautiful  wreaths  I
panyit.e the body t.. Vancouver    Th.'
pall bearers were W. Bews   .1. \\
George     Miller      i I irk     McDon ' I
ind P.   P..
BROW.C.
Asst. Secty.
(JALT COAL burns all nigbt.     Re j
velstoke General Agencies.  Limited.
fi  Sons have again    arranged for a full supply of peaches, \
from     same     people as last eeiiBon.
Keep     this     in mind     wheQ buying
peaches.       ,„ -•■■•■ ■
Empress Theatre
Program
\ '. igram   uanges
TODAY—AFTER  F!
teal
1 havi    .
tbat
Visa a     I
.
Toi The
n    ac-
of    thi   ■
street at 9K.
MONDAY—The    Anal episode of
■  •   Key wit
2  Hearts and  a     Ship  '
'        ' •       Universal      Weekly.
11   ■ -ir     of the Or:
Mai .1 part*.
Tl M HAY—Bachelor's Romance
with John Emmerson 5 parte
Shaved in Mexico, with Billy
Ritchie.
WBDNESD \.X—Thi
Wilds, rrent Indinn wnr drama, with Wm. Clifford and
Marie WMrnrm f 2 parte. A
M'm nnd HIr Money. Pi Perkins Tn the City. Black
Hands nnd Dirty Mot ey, Poor
Policy, com'dy.
THrpcip^v-^pVchrit John s
pnrt<- with Hobcrt. Bopwnrth
srd amiteiiT- nltrb* with free
tlcl:etp
OK MONDAY the 23rd, there
will he vt drawing for a 100
piece dinner set and 400
Flunk PoTes plven away. Knrh
Black Box Is very valuable.
■m .a
\enee, I     W.
-
■
-
-
■   .
■
--it
I
bANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURX
BEST.
NOT!
WANTED—Work by the day and
gentlemen's washing and mending.
Apply Bos C,  Mail-Herald.
FOR SALE—Cello complete with bow
Very cheap.   Good bargain for a be-
r.     Box B, Mail-Herald.
a.28.np
ied be- jor SALE.—16 in. Millwood;     also
'  I-     Kindling in bunches; each |2.75 per
load delivered.    Phones 42 and   85.
enforced
J.  IM   Sutherland.
r.      X
HEARTS
IN
EXILE
Secretary Reports on
Red Cross Meeting
regular net 'ing of   tha
toka branch • f t- e Red i row
■oclety n is Id n he ■'.i .A. ■ n
ffedms'l.-.y,    a ;g.    ll, thi
j Mrs.      KilpatriOk   .n tbe chair.      The
ig     wns     well attended  and  a
i mm.Mer <,f I   I h ended   n.
A  Circular  le'te^r  w n     i ■ ■.. A    and
die<cuaeed regarding Revelatoke'e donation     toward  ihe e   il      nt  of   he
I)    i .  hoaieit.nl.    As all  arrangement*
hnd   bean made  to give ri BonOeTt and
L-ardcn lite for  tbll purpon  on  Mrs.
Kllpatrick'a    lawn on Am    i' , com
mittees to hamMe   , ,lP|      ,meh    1 'hi-
program were appointed.   This le I"
deed     a   worthy obiect, and ona    io
which we are all Interested, and one
In which .everyone can do their li'tle
chare to nailat the empire In its day  I
of trlnl, and we feel sure that     the 11
GTON TYPEWRITER for sale
\T del  1     cost $12,1.00.   This   ma-
e1 me    is    as cood afl upw, and enn
be Inspected any evening.   $f.5 cash. |
Garrett,  Mail-Herald office.
Dg    lady   to room j
:ple with
• s.  Apply Mrs.
rat   -treet. ii.21.je
d, general,   apply to
th ■•-.     Revel
Adl
:,BB
■
e
or
phone
81,
■let< ke.
tf
TWISS'S DAILY ->VIAIL
RVICE
■ z
i
lationa,    Lncl ,dn.g
I r v,
•!       If
tory of vT-mic.
All c!n«<<"s of sheet rnUHir  and
for     file   nt  iowet cut"
e
W, als,. ,>,,    ,, epiD     ty  ..
wi  '   ■       nd   duplicating.
Agent!      wanted  to  eell  high-
grade • aa on commleeios
uli
Vot Ha pn cent, all Inquiries
ma} Ix adl i led to ■ ur Wcat-
•:rn rejirenentntlve, D. V.
TW,' 'S. BOX M, RHVHlv-
BTOKB, H C. or call at the
office at HOWSON'S rPRNT
TlfRP: STORE.
!• !'h Betters
FeM.    22   from extra good
- '1    e njy to trnln nt
Addreaa   A    J   Hilliker, ituily
' -nry. n.2K
SNAP!
Two-roomed
Nicely-furnished
House
' losed porch, wood shr(]
store house and hen house.
Apply
MAIL-HERALD
HO?   F.ec th ; Black Box and—
—Find out v'. ■• eleton—
—Who mui M n 1  Lord Ashloigh's
daup'Ut r—
—\; ho stole the pearl ncckl
—V.'hoputtM:, :■ i-i  .. itheElackBox—
Then yi u \..\ I in v, v. ho I ;e Ape-Alan's
victim.
See this bi   ecti r.," • hoti plnyi ■■■      i.  M' y iu
Jh:ivc to born \v the \   ' , ticla   .
"■ '"^tyW'i -"if-yt I- oK'ft :^J'     ; -e tbis tliriliin" duiL-aive drama and tell all
.-'-• •  -I-    i'^M-'M.'^   fi   ye.t'u-friends.
«-..'•;-   >'<lf|yi ■'■ll-•' 3 I ■ <<   •■'   '" lit with Sanford Qui  t. tin-
~%,'.  ■ ' $ $l--7 r'"' ' I' x ' -" ?  ' '' I detectives, whil      •   rksj
tsmit*
[»< -m    j   i-i i'<ffi\2';'%.+ j     s    Qucr.t pick      n clue; '     I vhen
mWirZ.   %jf^-j%Li/*lX/^tt7'    l'.ccr.'   ; . , ..:!: ..;.: .1'. eofficers
Wtrili^'Im ':Z\rt:?^  \ii4^*hmm. '•' '
•W7: a'r-::|
<a>EE- 4>. -,:-. ■* .  ... ■»
■
hi     -    1  ' .',
■M in M in in ■':
.. ■■    .-       • i
: I  !
1 .: -... won-
See Tbe Black Box
The Photoplay Serial Supreme
IS Episodes—one <j tacek
Empress Theatre
FIRST  EPISODE—
Monday Aug. 30
BUSINESS   IS   GOOD
Spaghetti and Cheese, Heinzes, a delicious dish, per tin, 25c
Welch's Grape Juice, per bottle 3(te
Queen Olives, per bottle, best 35c
Corned Beef, Davies, per tin, delicious, sliced thin 40c
Marmalade, home made, per jar  25c
BUSINESS   IS   GOOD
JOHN McINTYRE A SON
The Great Shoe Sale
you have been waiting for
is on^and going strong
See Our Bargain Windows!
MCRAE SHOE STORE Howson Block PHONE 217
For Sandals, Canvas and Tennis Shoes
REWARD:
The undersigned will pay the sum of $2,500.00
tc any person who will furnish to the Provincial authorities evidence that will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the person or persons who
set fire to our property at Comaplix on April 4, 1915.
Forest Mills of British Columbia. Ltd.
Revelstoke, B. C.
CROWDS!      CROWDS!
All day the Store has
been thronged with
eager buyers, Sale lasts
until August 31st, No
Reserve, at
REVELSTOKE CLOTHING CO'S
CLOSINGOUT SALE
SNAPS!
SNAPS!

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