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Array REVEL8T0KBJ
Chief lumbering, railway, mining, agricultural and navigation centre between Calgary
»>-     "-he Pacific ocean.
_     rt	
The Mail-Herald
THE  M.V'l  HKRAibD
Published twice weekly—Read
by everyone—The recognized
advertising: mc'ium for the
city and district.
\
Vv %  2-No. 62
REVELSTOKE. B. C. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1915
$2.50 Per Year
\
MUD &> ^E
DELAYv   ^AINS
Communication at Palliser Cut
—Track Cleared Today
Trains Are Delayed
A slide 4U0 feet wide and 13 foot
•deeji came down the mountain at Tal-
iscr yesterday morning and tied Up
railway communication. Tlie first
section of tram No. L3 arrived on
time yesterday afternoou but the s.jc-
■ond section was delayed and will ot
arrive until this afternoon. Train No.
3, due at -i.'.i this morning is expected to arrive at A o'clock this afternoon. Trains No. 2, I and 11 are
being held wesi of Palliser until the
tracks  nre  cleared.
Torrential rains brought down a
series of mud and rock slides on the
C.P.R. main line near Rogers Pass
on Saturday evening, delaying traffic
until Monday morning, when the obstructions were reported at the sup-
erlntendent'6 oilice here to have been
cleared.
A cloudburst, high up among the
peaks near the summit of the Sel-
kirks was responsible for the trouble.
Vast quantities of water suddenly
Bpilled on the mountain sides over-
hanglng the tracks, washed down de-
diris and mud un to the line. The first
slides wire succeeded by others which
greatly handicapped the clearing operations. The C.P.R. marshalled all
its available forces it the - scene of
the obstruction. Trams from Vancouver and those bound for the const
■were delayed each side of the slide.
A local .v.is mad.' up at Revelstoke
to handle the traffic into Vancouver
from Kootenay points. The noon
trnin from the e.'ast on Sunday was
held in Revelstoke.
Former Revelstoke Editor
is Honorably Discharged
The Three Hills Review contains
the following report ot a police court
case in which H. 0. Knight, formerly editor of the Revelstoke Argus,
took a prominent part.
H. G. Knight editor of the Three
Hills Renew was brought into court
last Saturday atternoon on a charge
issued by the Three Hills village
council for using profanity and disturbing the peaci, the information
being laid by F. M. Tagtmeyer, the
chairman of the council. From the
evidence given it appi tl 'on thc
eight of July 22 a crowd of b ilster-
ous b'.odiums f. nml gr . t pleasure
in assault in'.- certain parties who had
worked against tlie new prohibition
fill wherein a near riot followed. The
council produced 7 witnessis, who
when placed on the stand stated that
they hid lizard several loud remarks
on the evening mentioned hut as they
were some distance away it  was hard
io tell who had actually created the
disturbance. The magistrate in summing uji the case found the evidence
Insu 'M-ient to convict and honorably
dismissed the defendant, Hefore closing the presiding magistrate Btated
the evidence was presented in such a
spiteful manner an.l  I     I B of the
witnesses had not even been sub-
poenod ami that in ins judgment the
village council of Three Hills were
engaged in great work to bring action agalnsi a man in I usiia-ss and
having him charged contrary to
chapter lid, section 23fi, clause "F,"
of the criminal code which meant nothing more than nn arrest ou a vagrancy charge. Before closing His
Honor stated that to him it looked
like a high handed piece of spite
Work and if continued it would he
very dangerous to thc future growth
of the village, and added that in future if they found it necessary to
call his services and could prod ce
no stronger case than the one he had
jeint tried they would be compelled to
j-ufTcr the conseiiuemea. The defendant, If (!, Knight wai represented
hy Barrister J. Vincent Powi
TrochU, who informed the court that
from    tho    evidence    submitted he
would n.it even put his client on the
stand lint have him to the merry of
thc court. After the magistrate had
criticized the village council he turned to (he defendant with the v rdi,
"Hi (!. Knight, you are honorably
discharged from this court."
Greenwood fs not snttsfled with its
Superior school. The trustees fl n' i
high scbool which Will cost $9(10 n
yenr additional
CANADA'S  KNIGHT-ERRANT
8^ia.Ss*!W
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING;
SHINGLE MILL BURNED
Property of Star Lumber Company, South of City Destroyed by Fire—Loss Estimated at Ten Thousand
Dollars With No Insurance
Britannia's sons from  overseas    place all at her   disposal.
MORE MEN ARE NEEDED;
RECRUITING IN REVELSTOKE
Men Needed in Fifty-fourth and Sixty-second Battalions
—Draft Coes from Verncr—Recruits for Uaici Duty
-Enlist
Capt.   Sawyer has  received lnstruc-i
tions to recruit all men available for .
overseas service.   Those who     enlist'
will bave the ■ ptloi   pf    lining either
the o4th or 02nd battulious. I
It is expected    tbat a large   draft
trom   the   54th   Battalion will   .-	
leave Vernon for service ,it the front
and men are re jtiired to fill the vacancies. There is no limit to the
number of men to be accepted. Men
are urgcutly required, ;-uys Lieut A.
(jrant, and all Who Oflet themselves
and are able to pass tbe medical ex-
ani'-.iatior.  wil  b'j accepted.
.Men aie also  be:ng enlisted in the
I'2nd regimei for guard duty
Already  thirteen  men  have  I.e.in
cepted     for     that purpose and have
been added to tbe strength e'f D company of tbe regiment. Ihey arc
James Hirkup
.James Irvlra
I).  W.  Drill
I'M  Kenyon
J. L. Tipping
S. Johnson
0. H.i Allen
W. B. Bethune
M. B. Ewing
W. Lymhurn1;
A. G. Needham
w. K. Wilson
K.  VV.  ropier
('aj)t.     .Sawyer     has    been   oflered
■ .I  the  alien detention
at   Edgew I   .ii'!   Lieut.   Grant   hns
received orders to hold    himself    in
leadiness to jo to K
vice with the headquarters empany
"Mas  ,'.   s ...-] ■• '-.ally   evident   at Valcartier, where Hundreds of men failed
W  the  hands of thc second  examiner.
1   ,|i   iM-.c.l II   i-1 > KU
4—Men   suffering     from  bad teeth,
Gthe.ni .'■.ily fit, will in future
piled with new sets.   The den-
al corps will do "Mis work at the ex-
e i    tht   government.   In the
oast    Imndieds     of men were turned
d iwi     f i    this c.iu.-e.     Many     who
fould afford to do so hud their teeth
at their own < xpense.
MINOR DEFECTS REMEDIED
•".—Slight physical     defects,    which
may be removed ly i rations
will rot debar a in.n 'rom enlistment. In such c nen so suffering will 1 e turned over to thc ar-
my medical 'C'-viee for treatment.
The expense connected with the re-
' "f suc'i defects will be borne
by the government.
Tn fact the regulations are such
■ -bey will L-ive .'very man who
desires to flght for his country, who
Is of proper are, the chance to do
- '. ft is Intimated that in thc pnst
more than l&.OOO men have failed to
secure s id ice in the f. .rreo beennse
<l re•ulatlons which havc now been
relaxed.
Preparing to Stock
Lakes With fish
That the department of fisheries intends to stock the lakes in Revel-
toke ; irk with fish is indicated by
a lett r addressed to -Mayor VV. A.
Foote by F. H. Cunningham, chief
Inspector i f lie-lieries. The letter says
"I . ia advised by the department
at Ottawa that you arc desirous of
Btocking with fish two lakes in the
Revelstoke National Park. Will you
kindly advise me of the names of
these two lakes in order that tbe usual inspection may be made by our
ollicer."
The shingle mill belonging  te)    the
Star Lumber Company    at  14   mile,'
south of tiic cit,, was completely de
Btroyed by fire mi  Monday afternoon
It is believed  that tl.e lire was caused by lightning, a     heavy     thunder
storm  passing over that district     at
the time the fire occurred.
The mill, including machinery and
boiler and engine, was completely destroyed, as also was the overhead
tramway  to  the  loading   station.
A saw, the property     of Fr. d Rob
inson. ■   --I   was among   the
property destroyed.   The loss is est-
imated at $10,      and so fai ae
I e learn   l     thi i e    vi a no insurance.
The mill  bes not  been operated    for
:' i. | .-•   thi ee s eoi s.
t ckholders in s
Star Mm.! er company were R. Gibbons and MM Meredith, managing director if the Canadian Pacific lumber
company. Mr, Meredith was returning from a visit to Pingston creek
on Monday and saw the property In
flames as he passed on thc train.
PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION;
EMPIRE DETERMINED TO WIN
finciitiiil Statrrat of
Revelstohe Relief Society
The following is the financial
statement oi Revelstoke Local Relief
society:
RECEIPTS
Balance In bank June 30..*    $41.51
Cheilites outstanding      '•■ i)
Net  balance     $34.94
•July 31 , B. of f..  E     25.0
July i'i, P. Burns      12.JO
$72.44
DisiirKSK.Mi-.vrs
Sewing 14.30
Local  relief u.1-    50.48
Wants Status of
Glenbank School Changed
Nakusp, B  C, Aug. 2—The adjourn-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ting  of  th
An Important  relax tion in then ,i,l ,,, these! i
'  ms re ardlng the quallBcal . evening .'.Men there
of     recruits offering  for service    . tl
Balance $21.96
Balance  in  bank  Aug.   I  $' 1.   -
Cheques  outstanding
Net bai i 121.06
Committee Mrs. s   <:. Robblns
Mr . T.  Ilowns
Mrs. B. R. Atkins
Mrs.   \. K. Miller
Bcc.-Treas.     Mrs.  V. Cormier
!'   eeU      1  V     t,    '
militia meil,     which should add
largely to ...
the Dominion n thout detracting fro i
' ciency of the Canadian forces.
Th" changes follow
HEIGHT REPrCBP.
n        .' W        'ef
the f .ct tbat the school with its    tu
would be without   e teacher during M.e coming term on    ac-
f    tek of finances due to the
t of taxei       L i     ilution
pi ai to the
A change in 'be height requirement ... .., •  |uee the status    ofi
from ■ feet I inches for infantry    *o tne  ,j ..      ■ .     ted  class."
r feet 2 Inches; fr  •   5 feet i inch"? whereby   the   eni ry    of tbe
for artillery to S feet 4 inches. ber il •' ct  ria.    ruder:
CHBST MEASURE LB this plan only 1150 will have to    bei
*— A relaxation in the    regulation raised by taxation Instead    of    the!
regarding    chest    measurement, the r. n._    n,, ,,,.,].    ,,„.„,, the
minimum  to ' e   18    irrh S.    This Will    ,,.,yArt I mitls     to
be largely nt the discretion of    the  nhn,,. :   ,,     Oardner   re
examining   iffieer*.   F.^r  insane. .h,n Bg trusts! and B,
ng man In otherwise fit condition   w  Bell was elected In bis >tead.
may   natural):    I     ex   eted   t    In      v ps McFartand returned    to    ber
cn  «" his   '        mi   i rement    with  home at Nelson Frldny.
."it of door life and . Vis-
with an oldw  - ■ ' Nakusp.
MKDICA1  rv.iT .   „, Roseherrj stay
be only     •     ed off a day af  Na*
""•diet .- ■      •        Bd tl       ■ ■ .      n Tbnr»day
place   '■■•- •
thcro, he it   >n« beeoi   s a soldier      • •■ , noW     ,.,,,.„,. Wftri to'
Tn ♦'.,. ...
' ''■ • • ' i mo1 Rcveji •
"f ryi "
" ■      t| n«    snd   .-(-'-■
i bv tbeir   Mends, wei    ■  - '
' by      the      &  rt  ri   of   tl
Or. Morrell Will
lecture on Mooseheart
Dr.  I'Mlvin M irrell, vocal Ional du-
dte.r of Mooseheart, will give  in il
Iiih'rato I  letcture on tho Mooseheart
proposition In the Re.\     theatre    on ;
Friday  next.    Seventy colored slides'
will     be     Included with the lecture.)
This brlui" has  'een given  2".  times
during Dr. Morrell's trip from Chicago     te' tbe M'-ose   convention.     Hr.
Morrell is a scholar, s    good   publio
i   and a live Moose.
rook had it :h in the   shade
on Tl st.
Every town in the pans cave a majority agalnsi prohibition In the vote
on     th •  m.  Frank's plurality |
• re 110, r.lemnn 71. j
Kaslo Kootenaian —The cherry crop
this seison  has by  i o means
as   in   addition   to   n
.•q    by    "dropping"
tbe re  has   ' een   n     si ' rt ilify
due of  the  fruit,   caused
by th    ' " Un.
The anniversary oi the British empire's declaration of war will be celebrated this evening bj a great patriotic demonstration to be held on
First street, opposite the club.
Chairs will be supplied tor tbe oud-
lence and the demonstration will be
under the auspices "f tbe Women's
i  iuie.li. n Club.
The following resolution will probably be submitted to the meeting:
"That on this anniversary ol the
declaration of i righteous war, this
mei ting of the citizi ns of Reve
records Its inflexible determination to
continue to a victorli us emUhe
struggle in maintenance of thi se
ideals of liberty and r:-tice which
arc the common and 6 n n i Muse of
the allies."
The program will be as follows:
God Save The King
Invocatary i rayer    Rev. lm a. Tr .-
cunier.
Chorus 'O     Canada' iM.sv.. . M
Opening remarks .Mayor \\.  A.  I
Solo,  "When the sai.d in  the di- rt
grows cold." G. R. Lawrence
Address Mr. I
Selection Itai.au   Band
Address Hev.  J.  W.   3te\  i.   il
Solo, '    Let  us  Have F'
Mrs. W. Bews.
Intermission
Si lection Italian Bai d
Address Rev. Lashley   Hall
'M irsellaise'       Miss McKay
Address R.  H
Orchestra selection Orchestra
Address . W. c. 0
inch"-" on Bmpn   ■
o   is      'The Maple Li of' Bi
i losing jei\ !:•■ , W. C
Similar Will
will   demonstrate    11
te. o • ny the ■'■  ■ ■
elusion.   A will    be
t iM  n   up   in    lid    if t
fund.
Tbe   fui el   tO   1
a gifl from I
to tbe    Kootenaj
I. ached hi If 11
list  r id iy
•e lliffe	
Hex    tl        ' '        Ifl
!'•'•' ...'■•
Toi   '
The concert   it tbe Rex thi it.ro   in
aid of the gun fund on Bund y
■
i tt.n lance ■ I
nf t' e evenli -.   '
I a! cn Ibed  ''nd  b  R ' eei   a    '
fund.    All   those    who   have   ■   a
rlbed    will have an
to do on this ev
tbe     m-idiine cu-   |
are growing rapidly.   The 1
hns reached nearly 12,000.   Thi
■ ,,•    | md Is no
..,.-...■•■        ■   ■
' e raffed to aid the ' •   ;    I
Rossland, Ki ilo,
of oth«r iei' "'•" the '
heing     ■ ■
P r.inadn. nnr h^m". our ■ land
nd free    n
stand,
f 1
ns,
n •
nnr   eves  b re   seen   tbv
Chorus.
0  I'.mada
Our prayi r si all ' e
Gi .1    [ess     ■  '.     .   ; ': rbee
Keep       ■      . true to, thee.
i ih Canada
Beneath thy glowing Bkies
May v 1  ii I
And faithful  souls  .rise.
< Ine fa I i everj
. :       rcbii     -■   '
And present ry past
Shall make oui . reat.
Conditions Ideal for
Mountain Golf Links
That an idi al golf c Id   ba
made     :n     th    R(   el        e pai I
the    ci.. let     ,- t .■       .:  on ol L. W.
Wood    wh •     spen    lasl the
mountain     in   char, e     of   tl
■
Mr.  ft'o ''.  is   in    nl lusiastic g   fe r
rge van ty of
'
re suitable for
■ ..!f. park ii a
golfing pin
\   nino
•   eosilj cun-
• •■ one "f   the
.    ..
•   ntinent.
I
gbtful holl-
T •   summie
•  el with
tbi
i n Id  ' < rry ci
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iri   . - espi
r!ier.
lYAXS AT NT
■
nd 12, 6*i 7
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the.: a
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theii
time
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md fori        r
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the i
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cannol ired. -Tbo
■ i   'ntranco
dl d    i'i
passing,   ime (i? '        had i ne
to    i wen  e.v
I
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Hi i  Id.  Hia
hi hours weas   ex-<
| e.ctly 3:' er I PAGE  TWO
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1915
cbe fl&aiUlbcralb
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■. PES
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ally > aed over the
tl .   at   i'
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to
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d     mndi
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r that ai
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lng fuses, tin
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and
t for 1
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have 1 • ■ .
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by 1
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es throng] I        i    ,
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e
,  .    war
:
nlj  e . .      of A
on bil thai
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I fitness.   1
i i        B itain's
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:      to enlist I
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the
' .     Ll
1
. ccib il     iii e, .tabling for  R ivelstoke,
i    if the bi ard of trade,
Bl      a
e h in •■ and
in advtmcln    the Me,a
our citj .       r  pro
'..:,'   ii you for    this
n ping.
\   I   TTLE  Ml-, i  I 1    TALK.
E   tor of the   ■       Her Id,
r    Mo      . .    thai     Ui ■
rc I   ,  re thi   I oun
wh ■   bears
...     .   ti ,.
.   a e have a larger ki
.
r oble ms i
. i.t ei
T .■   best   li   In fi  nl  of us I c
d  n . rs :
it anj
ory of i
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rd of d reeli
for
oonvic-
ct the 1
feel    the
: . .        Spi e     .   I l.lr Coll
wltl 1 force, a       ■   i
1   e   et, ill dy   e iutpm a
igram
will i i       and
1 •■■ ■ ei ■ |,,!   veil tl   "  lit, hard -
i And,
y add, all thai       I      In pur-
stuyed oul of the war, Germany   bad
:   in      slay   Olll   "f   the   War.
she   mlghl bave been   as
ink, must bave been   Lf Bhe
: al ii ii I'.' Ig lum and France and Kuril ertj   i" th ilr doom,
"Ilui        could have done ibis. Few
nations     i re « II houl  disgrace, witb-
I ,   11 e y  lain  would
oblll t ii a  Bi n am wi s noi   a1 tacki d,
id     Ri :    a  were al tac e.i.
bl  have awaited the    on-
. i lea is waiting the onset.
i   havi     tood ch ar,   and
I      a A •'    b .' r sources
mom v,     I" ; iii  swiftly
, even I  have look-
,1 iver tl ei icl e a adversaries In
i cl ilmed i In he e nony "f
■   • elf.
"Tl    ';. II   did   not   do  sei.
-i iii     into    the
threw her sword Into the
I        ..        to    tho
icali
e '  e   the    ; ■,:   nee      inr
i ni, her prestige,
•        kill.      She
1   tbc w  Into
the   whol ce     of
f. r        I     for the :   Inci
I     . ; rinciplc- i'i the
I : I    the
. I
...  may     lie
ich she
•   prom      iny bavo d me   some
■   I ing back up-
. 1th full  lighl  to wish they
!"i   M ill ■.  Bui   in  tbis war
i   in 1 pi i. e;  ei mi cracy is tin-
I i i       ■ ngth
■ ■    i    ...   i I splendor that for Ci iunt-
tter this i unflicl   is stilled
h wl il". M 'i     "aln'i   - lng and i ed  amid
d  in:
•
or
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E '  ; thine  Is  ! eing d n<   Me  piac i
for
■ of history.
1 a-
73      .   .     of      r
I   ■    nli   ai   which
pi  ty  were offered,
ther   wa     •■'■" ar-
•   .  Bowl!      alii ys are be insi     w'nii
d       lis ;...    e. ,'   i;. £eSi
,1    | e ,,    .  ly
■    !   A il          f     fe.r       Owing  tl ■      ' put    to
....,,.. •  ,,. I'     ■■■       ■!    in   a   bot-
•   - •      ... t thi   pr ' "'  Tra I i mend-
nd   lorn itoi
li
, ,yg    nd e. !   •
■ -  ' : ng    com-
ist havi     he i       iero
ij  thi
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■ ■■.-•   i •■' of those '■■"    [ning in
ir      in:' 1    tee
I"'   m      fi ■■ ■'     fall  ■" ■!
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BRITAIN'S PART
It's good policy toi hink of the future
better policy loprovide againsl
mi's il   n iv have in store
!   e -.nioi « ;a      | .i oleuting
.-. in bi It ai ii family Ih u
LIFE INsr;; \M E roi.HY
,vni,  ii   reliable  company,    The  liigh
       . il   lung liusinesf
:ateer    of   Ihe    Kootenay    A,auu ies
n.ikes    it    absolutely    trust worthy.
tune   mav   lie   near  at   hand
! I, nM delay.    Take out ll policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaiii. Manager
Lumfa
umDermen
ll will pay you to make
I || at
F. B. WELLS
]■'.   B lyer and Exporter
l'i   . II BTOKB,  li <M
itrll
- for I In-
I     II    -I ' ■ ial' V
r
'.   el|||
Preserving Season Now in Full Swing
And we will be able in two weeks to supply
you with the finest Okanagan Apricots.
Also Strawberries and Raspberries are arriving
daily.
We have a new Fruit Jar in stock, same price
as old style, and much superior quality.
L.  C.  MASSON'S   STORES
WAR DECLARED!
War iH declared on our stock of
Tea and Coflee, Bin' our window
for specials.
$1 Buys 3 lbs.
While this lot lasts, and as another advance in predloted In tbe
near future we would advise putting by a few pounds.
BREAD
Wliy   are  we  sailing more   bread?
i   bo n reason.
Let Us Tell You Why
.lust   compare a loaf of ours with
any   other and   we  aro  absolutely
Will     use tlio   best,   then
;."     Will     HOW  why.
BEST BY  TEST
WHENBUYINGYEAST
INSIST ON HAVING
THIS PACKAGE
' LWIJ M C A T I 0 N S
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HOBSOiN'S
Box TM
Shamrock Hams
and Bacon
(CURED IN CALGARY)
Made from selected hogs—in the most modern plant in the
West Government inspected approved by 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 HATES
CAPE IN CONNECTION
O R I F M T A I       Suitably furnished with the
\m* ll I L—I ^J   I  mL   choicest the market affords.
HOTEL
J. Albert Stone, Proprietor
Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars. Rates $1 a day.
Monthly rates.
Elevulstoke Lodge
NM.. 1US5
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meets every second
nml fourth Tuesday
in tbe Selkirk Ball.
Visiting Brethren are cordially Invited,       ALLAN K. FYFE, Die.
ll. L. HAUG.Seo.
H.  W.  EDWARDS
Taxidermist.
Di'iir Hugs Mounted. Furs cleaned
und DreBsed.
85 Second Ht., Keveletoke, B. 0.
KOOTENAY  LODGE,  No.  15.
A. F. and A. M.
Regular Meetings are held ia
New Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday ln each mouth at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
JOHN  LEE,  W.  M.
ROBT.  GORDON,   Secretary
GOLD RANGE LODGE, No. W
KNIGHTS  OF  PYTHIAS
Meets  every    Wednesday  evening
at    8  o'clock,    in  9e*kirk  Hall.
V lilting    brothers    cordially  Invited.
H. GORDON, 0. 0.
SELKIRK LODUE No. IJ
I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Thursduy  evening ln
Selkirk   Hall  at   8 o'clock. Viiiting brethern cordially invito.
R. MILLER, N. G.
JAMES MATHIE. Secretary.
All kinds of Repairing neatly done
Best Sand Shoes for children
Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Valises, Suit Oases,
Bags, Pack Sacks,
Pack Straps, Whips,
Etc.
Armstrong & Co.
The Leather Goo ds Store
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Her aid Want Ads WEDNESDAY, AUGUST  I,  L915
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
PAa.'i".   iiil'. .»
Notes from the cTWines
The   on vv     ei i I   thc Oorlc-
ice  :-i        i torty
men.
The  m ■        mlli,  ueur
Silverto , i ■ espi d ed ti a oar
I   I
|. . ■■ I ' tOn      lllill
hi course ol    ereci
read    '• '■   ■    -
I        , ol    Si     am ,  we il
ip to •        mine . i        Oarlbo
■ .     . .
■   ■
ot mini ral
t.i the   Granty      Ooi The
Uii mce I
1 und are owned
wurd Gan
why, tin
i ,.'   di ■ ;,. ie
dom   on the   . i
both     bj
ndid s been uni ovi the
beii er   with
n  little        -     [I     d] Ui
Mr. d toi
; ell of
nd       de
ajro ni re tal
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n .- ippcr.   I
: .     -, lie n c i
f|icl(?ts
REALLY DELIGHTFUL
THE DAINTY
CANt^-COATED
CHEWING GUM
MADE. IN CANADA
i nmny will    be
nntry.
C.B. HUME & CO., LTD.
Family Shoe
Outtltters
Revelstoke Dspartmental Stores
ir, i    um
I   n'linum tl
len, ou the SI
will
■,        ■ ring be
Ll I
■
Hi  •  district.
t twelve i
■       . ter.
A  '
r.e cents a
• ■
H        m  ffho
■
■, are rc-
-
■ n    tho
tically.
Fi if • e id, the
■
' I •
Ti ail vv ir .
5       M
    S'2
   71C
    -:l'
di I yi .1
i ■ i   Blue
%
: ■ f the
■
•
■  ■ wn.     As
■   -     •_• In
i lasl • 11    be   (ra
tten.
The Dum    i I mountain,
■
M   11,    is
•  ■ ; omising
prospect? 1
as   Reco-
j     work
was las! ty, how-
of divine ii . place, resulting in a
tit; •;:.■! miliary
taken,
Tbo pros     • Ferguson    aro
with a vi.v . itng it or leasing
their ties I
Ti. Me ' ■ , td E. Garn tl have a
carlo i'i of on   to shi]     I Gold
Glllch.    J.  I.v:: _-t  H ie Bl iM
":• nt ol gi ade ore i ut on Tro '••
creek, while A. !'. Garretl and associates are I ■ it i I e nn tlie
| roi well with the % evi ol making a
■hi) mi in  this fall.
11    Fl r ■  '   Silvi r Mining Oo.,   is
building a - ..i. Irom the mine
to     the    S  a       Fi rk    ol Wo
feet, w;k rs
the   company   le a a   .'.	
fool pipe line with a 250 fi ot fall io
generate power f ir the mine, accord-
Infoi nation from Ainsworth.
A wagon road is also being built
from the mine t.e the Highland ron-
centi itiT. where the ore from the
Florence will be treated until the
company's own mill is ready, A. con
tmct will be let f"T' the hauling of
70 tons of ore per day to begin on
Sept. 1st and to continue until the
company's mill ls completed, which
will lie nMout a year hence.
li. G, Barnes of Oalgary was in
Kaslo on Monday, having come down
from tlie Liberty Hill, on the Smith
lork of Kaslo crook, on which jinm-
ort he anil W, A. Harvej have secured a lease. \ ■ " id deal ol the wdrk
done in the early days on the Liberty Hill bas bei I little lm-
medlate use, on ace iiint of cavl
according to Mr. B irm i, and
leal ' I rul bill ind must be
cleai ed away bi foi i  they wil] Me in a
1 i'e:    tO   I I I    inUCh   Idea      nf      tho
valile "I t ier property, There are g
number of si il    ore   on    the
dump, such ore having    been
'•ul  In thc early flays,   It ia i  mark-
able for its high perci nl I    Its
li ad content*,
Negotiations  ire dow undei wi j lor
the bonding of tho Gloucestoi  proup
i thii
.   r :
t ll 1
m 11 I
In
ind   the
lied al out   $-J
toi . nc
■ wm rs about   155 a   i oi      Tw i moi e
- vv II be :  'a the   near
e to m ning   In
ist.   i       ■ nthus-
ii lilj   .
yet a    ro mini," and
■   ■
ouly other gte&l  gol '■ m i
rim wiih    the
a t'i     bei tth     t!
-. ■ i :   min>,  which in
I     I
!■ to make a
ng fig
I, Ri
he C'ei
nd   li
•    i
_. li
1912 Bound
td, in    dditlon to tl
cold   in  19
Hit,     whicl
the war I
■ " .i   -   .    ti i   • ■    •
rt  of the latter y ■■   15 0
Fhosi      ures sh"w tb I
ii"     nsille    ;
t gold mil
that
ley—I anadlan Mlnii
WESTERN FLOAT
Bv R. T. LOWERY
Clinton will ' ive a railway
I   ■! IT.
Thi •
.- ii   thl
Cl irli • ■    o|   ij. .ij. y,    bai
• •.   to En land I
M lyor Gillel has n
I - ..iii the coast to Pi
The Canadian soldli rs on tl.
i   Pr mce  in  i aid
a ■ the flrst week of tl
■ vi r i ■ lots wei i
don.
Henry 91 gi | New Den
ver, is keeping a cafe In Bdi
Salmon fry fn      • rd flah
iry    have     be        put  in Slocan
i in May  K), 3 A E I
waa kill d oi   thi   fli        Line In  Bi
fin m.
The    Rossland      Are      dep
bought a prise team i f hi rses in I M-.l
■.ary  [or $300.
Cherries wore thl   uaioi
I from New Denver to  Vancouver   an!
| towm in Alberta.
It costs 35c, te, let a chicken run
at large in Kaslo There are fe .-.
 ns  in  that  town.
The Penticton brass band of 23
members has enlist id with the 54th
Battalion at  Vernon.
The Keh wi i I ranti   fruit
Tho manager should i c able to
r the jardi n wall.
Hedley    will . ,phine
flght th-* Teul  ns   Tl e move-
>.nt atari d    ■■
le PI ite mine.
The    Nat -     the
1 Trunk Pai
roronto t    Wim 1257
In 19 boun.
oti I rail from n.   0.,
■    ' Wh"n   ships
... , nt ol
;     m, is m.      I le
pon the
■ 'i .
Frank Gil
', |     >■:    t bat
not li.-.e
bi  i'
h
\   D. S. Sti nley ol
bi        W  edi-
iial    s in nc    too
■
-il this
i build
■ md     i: 'anville
er,   It  will be Ave
. tori
i ■.
■
e as   this
,   'We': J
■ .
I ll  In   ICaslo  Mas  Moon
i .    i      W I  ll. IM
. who n il!  t '.' e charge on the
Und      the old man-
.i an ad lor
toi   over 18  years.
■, .en the r 11 «vay be-
• • il-:
■ I. Tl is i-    ■ f   thc
of .   pnd
ming    the
.    '      Tl|e-     I   e
ier   day,
i   men came    in
;    near
'■■ o is plenty of   room
or moro
ii en.
is he
Peace River
'A Be  ire   the
-a  w ■ !   it  to  the
■:.
■ el.   After all ex-
ere paid he realized 80
shipment.
Fi ei Roi   states that the Dlacktail i
ry poj   li r with tho Tob-
tins J:.tli ins. The upper oivcles
red t'iety always dance it
siderable    eclat  .mei other
i ri cently attended  a ,
-  on thc Plains,
Bin String
thai    •. utlful march-
1 ■•     '   rj     It   was so touch-
1 ine that i palefi ce in tbe
pulli      i  flask   from
•  to dr wn his Borrow. Th"
in    e over, If Miss Bil-
• hi '       -.     a few times
'   .any.
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,
.'   for this week at a special i
'! 00
.1 Hi..ii of GIRLS' DRESSES and
OYS'  WASH   SUITS  worth  looking
\ i im    They are all arranged together
on une counter, at your choice for $1.00
All the bai id lace
CURTAIN 3 an  ■ If price.
i nice ie'M a ii ti
for L.O01
A clean up c I  of odd
i ESTS,   DRAWERS  and   CHI1
WAISTS, INFANT \ ESTS, and
m■■!■;■.'' WAISTS.   A big i
on a tabli al       h 35c
MEN'S FURNISHING AND SHOE DEPARTMENT
"Headlight" Overalls
I'm men who work. Kvery pair absolutely
niiteed, The best-made garment of its kind
in use today, Thoroughly stitched and made lo
lii. Wc wmiId call attention to the Hi nl' Milt ami
Lhe HUiounl i I n nu al seal nnd in the legs, Also
lit.- specially-designed watch and rule pockets.
They wear like iron and look well muil the piece
is worn out,    Every pair has the Union Laliel.
\VB ARK SOLK AGENTS
PRICE
$2.75
SUIT
"20th Century Brand"'
Clothing
MADE TO MEASURE
(lar S itnples of  F ill  nnd \V i    ts and
coal s are now to band i    ild b
■ d to have vein look It is well t
in mind ihe en n in uh i l\ in ■<• em wool bis
yeai in «  II as i he -   • I in
obtaining cloths.    Tne 2)th Century Brand hive
kept tli ' i. i    'nl    ei      .ill
i he newe     u md pal lei ns
PRICES. Made to Measure. $28 to $35
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
We car\''d our Initials and the logbook we read,
Had cocoa and buns before goin^ to
bed;
Our neighbors co of the noise
and squall
And  said   'twas Me  to  slum
ber at all.
We  got    up  at  seven  so happy aud
gay,
though sorry to thin't     'twas    our:
very last day;
We sat by the lake and a card game
we idayed
While Lucy and Kay some candy hnd!
made. '
WORLD NEWS TERSELY TOLD
THE HAPPY NINE
i
up  Mie hill.
There I    I and Lucy, and Qei
bi d I III;
Ue and
•■.i.d  Q ■• i et,  the li rs     with  a  pack
Mis back.
tarte      •   •      an !   irrived hei e
-Id
i nd l ingry state;
' hi     h til l,   and  made
1: fine,
the dinner, and sat down
t ■ dine,
■ mi   which we launched In 'lm lake,
Then went for a switi     ■ I the water
was Jake.
■ iv: lng, a L-! ' ous bonfire we
ie;
andy nnd sang, and then cards
wn   J.'-iyod.
i    a to the '. sat   in
now,
'        over the bill   ti   the caven we
did 1:0;
■   ■  '   all   tl     C IVII  anil  started  Mir home,
I ■ n  we went fur
'   am.
Hi       used  us much  worry  and  wall-
ill told,
■id  liri-"irht him  Mack
tired     and     l.unrrv     witb
'cpt
-nA supper    and
'     .    '•    tO  ''lit.
ure  we drew   of    Chaplin      ho
i Meat,
And wrote a love story   of bim   and
his mute; (
', Bhout  from above     Baid tbe candy
was done,
We rushed     madly ahead,  but alas:
the hoy.-- won.
We goi  out  our kodaks and jdcturcs
did take,
Borne on the ladder and Bome   m the
lake;
We    strapped    up   our blanki I
gathered our goods
'ell    0 a.lV    tee   J'HIIIll V Mack t). |
the wt" nis.
Three chei i ■ foi  i be Ohalel on Mount
Revelstoke,
The  besl   plaoe to go in  the   world,!
L'U.eil    f0lk,
Twill drive all your    troubles    and
dull care away
And   buoy up your sjelrits (or many
a  day.
Yemen has raised the hotel license
'ce from $800 to $500 a year.
Trout fry is being put in the Kit-
tip  river  nnd Boundary creek    from1
the Dominion hatcheries.
Freight now reaches Greenwood in
three days from Vancouver, over the
Kettle Valley railway.
O. B. Leppard 'f Oalgary is the
new principal of    Nelson school, at
UTO per month.
Wheat thn iei       i invneed in Vir
ton district on July 'M— much earlier
'bnn usual.
Roosviiie valley ranchers shipped
strawberries to Alherta points this
i eason for the flrst time.
Nelson had n patriotic Ice cream
and soft drink day on Saturday with
the t'PRiill that. .TM-:1 net was raised
ior flic Overseas club tobacco fund.
Aubrey  White,  deputy  minister    of
.  Forests and Mines for Ontario,     died     suddenly at his summer
home "ii ' m ' • i '   ikoka,
on July II, aged 70 yeai  ,
\  •  ward of  52,500 is oflered by the
• ni government for the ci
of the author of tbe recent attempt
to     kill     tbe Khedive with a bomb,
imong arrested Is a   young
Egyptian student who studied in
Constantinople, and has reactionary
, ntecedents.
Tbe H.'ssian fly     is doing immense
e to  t he   "' • at crop in   many
.laii una,   Arkansas,    Kan-
BaB,  Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa,   il Li
ois,  Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania
'and, fi te   B :    Lonsdale,
■rmany
Bays th it he is in <;ood health, and
tbat he is undergoing a sentence    oi
d.   Tl e last previous
lei.'.vs c :.    Bdale Was that a
sentence   of 2<> years' Imprisonment,
which had been imposed on bim had
been   revised   and the   di-a'.. pen .ity
was given
iard at tl.
■
'I ■      d        ity received 1€,0(
oi   new   SCi :.':r.c  devices  QUI     -    the
ir.   Another 16,-
inder th     • imn
the  last  • ■        the
Tl     D      ■   Cor]   rat Ion Ims
•   i motion to raise the Home
•
11    has     |usl   been ana
il     Joflre sp im t ni ti ■ nth ol
July festival with the troops in Al-
;. ice.   ll    \ [sited • ne of thi
am]   Mn,ok   hands wltl             e>f the
children, s'tvin • t thei 'you are
French, anil French you will remain.'
Following chai I; I nickel from
Ontario mines was fitiilitn: Its way to
e>i" my, a commission hns been ap-
d by the provincial government tn make a full enaui' ■ Inl thl
"i it ter.
A Meet of 59 Turkish palling ships
laden with war materials for ths
T -   y    In thp C uc  :
been     destroyed by R-isiin torpedo
lestroyers.
At th" Inquest on ths victims of
the    Ton nt.'    street car wri cl .  I
CtOl       lid   hi    c tip
ets "ii the trip, although the ca- was
only built tn accommodate ;!
Tion Louis Beaubeln, form<sr
Mer of the House of C ind >
f'.rmpr upeakcr at the ason'riMy at
i luebec and ex-minister of Agriciit-
nrc in the provincial cahlnet, died nt
' >s home In Outrpmnrt, Montreal, on
July 19.
A  letter received     ln    Leeds, Eng-1J
ird undin.   ^ -c furt
the wheat from the chaff, to eluuin-
md i" m.,'-
-"• tbe number which     in    the
at were « irths -.f i.ny
-ujt-
a 1 r^
two.    i li' se   two
: v prs-
•oy.  and  evp.y    |ios-
di clan ei   of .-i\   -.■ a bit-
pi se i leal w.trf.tr.' i l
. ;n in-
fy.
Rowland . team
• t   at   a   Cl (
'
Trail's mw hii-h school     will open
this   1 th    Mr.  Hindi,   of    Kaslo
as lip.ad master.
The i shot Frnnris Ferdln-
ago knew the  gun     was
but  he certainly h
!  v.- ' r it  we.niii earry.<—St    Louis
•lie."
JOHN LEE
LADIES'  TAILOR
I I M"l\.|:/!ee \\,l  Unl
\M"'.I|   i.i      i
Dressmaking dnd
Suit Pressing
Lowost Prioes.   Work Cunrantoed FACE FOUB
THE   MAIL-HERALU.    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1915
F. Vn ir, postmaster, spent the
week end at  Canoe.
<;. s. Mi" lartei i ei urned on Monday
from I'al.'ary.
Mrs. im  R   At ki-t.-  is leaving today
on n two weeks visit  i" the ceeast.
W. A.   [v iry "f Philadelphia was at
the  Hotel   Revelstoke  mi  Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. ii. McConkey ol'
i layl 'V. \Ua., were . at the I [ote]
Revelstoke on Tuesday.
Mrs Geo. Moth and children leave
tonight "ii a month's visit to Winnipeg and  Moose .law.
Mrs f M. Field and family left
yesterday for Tappen .m ihe Shus-
wap Lake, where they are camping
lor two wei ks.
A Fri sei brotbei In law of Dr,
McNaui bton, who Mas been \ isiting
in the citj (en- some days, Mas returned i" Revi Istoke, where he is at-
tendin ■  scht iol.—Rossland  Miner.
I v:'       '   in.'    passed   through     the'
city     recently     to spend a tew days
with i datives in  N itch  1 fill.  He will
return '<   Ma' city     shortly to visit
friend in  the city.
John Smith charged with being
drunk ami disorderly appeared before
Maj W. A. Foote     in the police
court tins morning, He was dismissed with a caution.
IM     i .      Rodney "f Boston, E. 1'.
ii. i ri m . K. C. .M' man and G. IM
Melt .rn of Levington, Mass., were
among the '-.-nests at the Hotel   Rev-
:<■  -I    Sunday.
Mrs. (M it. Lawrence and family returned yesterday from Three Valley
when ■ bad been api nding part ot
ihe holidays. Mrs. Lawrence with
Miss Lawrence will leave next, week
f.H tlie coast where Miss Lawrence
will attend Normal sehool.
A. G. Needham, W. Lymburne, 0,
11. Ulen, W. S. Bethune, D. W. Drill,
M. Ewin . '. I"' ira, s. Johnson, R.
Mathers, F. W. Pepler, S. Tugsley,
who en isted recently in tin
rpci"vn>  ;,.-. t, ,|:.v r, [. ,|,lty ,,t Kam-
I'M  i; n   . acci uni  ut   in I hi
the imperial Hani, of Can
ada.     arrived In Revelstoke on Sunday   md will act as i il   the
Imperial B i              nada durii
abBenct   ol   \.  B.   VIi ( . ni ghan,    whet
]i ft yeat • d iy i    n ing on     his boli-
nd Mi      ■•"   lenegl
fai    ■.   fill tour th anagan    by
•■   and   Will   visi'   Spokane.
Notice is glvi ■ :: r.iit Issue
■
'ef it:- -ned   to
it wing: T i
Q I.,   with    .1      e
inl m    Film Ex-
-    ■   H.   \. Lound &
Co.,
"
Hotel
Mail si
C   .Ltd.,     -'   ""C'   V
couver is given
[ the compai   «
■  ■
'
(
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'
of wai
oA   Ar,*,
Fred A. Estey of Chase was at the
Hot el Revelstoke on Monday.
Mr. anil Mrs. .1. llassett of Victoria were -:ucsts at the King Edward
Me.tei  on Sunday.
I'M A. Lidpatu and H, A. Francis
of Vernon were at the King Edward
hotel "li  Sunday.
.Mrs.  C,  Dent wlio has been in Red
Deer  for  a   vear      VisitiiiL'   Mrs.   Wlckens has mt urned to the city.
Perry Leake was in thn city Monti.iy nn !us w ty from Nelson to the
Slocan.
Miss I'M Borguc ■ ei Calf ai s registered at ihe King Edvi nil hotel onMon-
ilay.
Earle and Frank     Donaldson    are
pending their vacation  in  the Okan-
agan.
Madison and Joe King, The Quarrel,
nnd an L Ko comedy, Change of
Lovers, with Hank Mann. On Thursday Marguerite Clark in the famous
romantic comedy Gretna Green, by
Grace Livingstone Furniss, (i parts.
Amateur night, and free tickets for
children. 1000 feet, of war pictures
will also he shown. Un Friday The
Guardian of the Flock With Kerrigan. All the latest music will he
played each night.
Tlie Hex I heal re makes several important announcements in this issue,
the lirst and most Important hein-'
ihe engagement of Prof. Charlton,
the well known cellist, as au addition to their already high class orchestra. Second comes ihe change ol
piogram, the piclures now heing run
for two nights and changed on Mondays,  Wednesdays anil  Fridays. Third
the securing of "Captain Maokltn,"
a I reel masterptr.tun irom the novel by Richard Harding Davis r. -t- Fr)
daj and Saturday 'if this week, ami
fourth the Signing of a year's contract      to show    one  World  film  pro-
.i.  Monaghan ol    Saskatoon regis-  'diction every week   on    Wednesdays
tered     at tbe     Hotel Revelstoke 'ta
i] mday.
M. IM Bridgeland of Calgary was a
guest nt the King Edward hotel on
Monday,
J. n. Blrbeck and E. J. Whitlofl ui
Vernon, were at the Kin:. Edward
hotel mi  Monday.
Mrs, W. Garland  of    Pi.rtage    La
Prairie was at the Hotel Revi
n Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle of N'ew York,
and .Miss Newby of Sarvis were
among the guests at the King Ed-
■'. ti d hotel on Sunday.
Miss Hamby, Miss E. Hamby, Miss
S. Day and Miss M. Day of Red Deer
ivere among the '.-nests at  the   lb te'.
■ . -iee;p on  Monday.
Among the guests at the King Edward hotel on Sunday were Mr. and
Mrs. Hansen and R. H. Laird of
Nakusp.
Mr. ami Mrs. W. A. ,l  Miss
McKinlej were among the,
guests   it   i'.'   :,,,
The Rex orchestra  w.ll play    two
■ rian church
"a Sund iy evening ami  will ,,
ny tl c hy ni' s.
•     ■'■.    errin eef Lafayette,     In,'..,
.   \ .io and |
- .   !•'
ai   tin' Hotel  Ri ■
'■      ■ .1     at
lot
re Mc ..ml Mrs     F. McGini
'
I
•' le.
-
-     ■
■
■
, and Thursdays. World film has lone
been recognized as tho iiiehpst standard     nttninahle     nnd hns hitherto
I heen shown in D. 0. only in Vancouver and Victoria, the cost being prohibitive for smaller cities. Thc Rex
will he tbe first thentrr   outside     of
i these    places   to show theBe produc
I tions.  coniniencine  witb  "Across  the
1 I'arific" nest week.
BUSINESS LOCALS
GAI.T COAL burns all night. Re
velstoke General Agencies.   Limited.
BANKHEAD BRIQUETTES BURt
BE SIM	
WANTED.—Chimney sweeping. AU
parties wishing to have their chimneys cleaned. Ajiply jthone 37, Moderate  terms,   .lames Heilel.  allnp,
FOR SALE— IG in. Millwood; also
Kindling in buncheB; ench $2.75 per
load delivered. Phones 42 and 85.
.1.   IM   Sutherland,
WANTED—Up      to      date   furnishe,!
in.use, with garden preferred. No
lan,ily. Apkly IM 0. Boi 264, RevelBtoke. J.7.NT
WANTED—Housework hy day or
hour.   Apply 1J"X K,  Mall-Herald.
WANTED—Young lndy to room
and bieard, or young couple with
housekeeping privileges. Apply Mrs.
Dai ce, 35 Firsl Btreet. a.21.p
FOR RENT Warm 7, room cottage;
bath, .ve. Last tenant six years; con*
venient to C.P.R, $15 month. 13
I'll ird  st., east. Aug  7 pd
street,    Revelstoke, B.C., tho following lands nnd premises:
Lots Thirteen (13) and Fourteen
(14) Block Ten (10) plan C36K, City
of Revelstoke, B.  C.
On the property is a frame dwelling and out buildings. For further
particulars, terms and conditions of
sale apply to,
W. I. BRIGGS
Barrister,  etc., First street,
Revelstoke, B. C.
Solicitor for the Mortgagee.
Dated nt Revelstoke, B.C., this 22nd,
dny of July 1915.
Accord mg to Renter, the Turks
bave been using wooden shells. It
would look ns if they were beginning
to lose their bends.—'Punch.'
FARKWELL TO DR. BONNELL
FEP.VTE. B. 0., Aug. 2-Frid,iy ev-
enlng old timers and friends of Dr.
j S. Bonnell gathered nt the Fernie'
Intel, where a banquet wns held in
the doctor's honor before his d
i,re to join unit No. r. Canadian
Field hospital, to which he has received instructions to report immed-
I itely.  Nearly 70 mipsts were preseit,
,  Addresses   were   made  Mv   W.   R.   Wi!
j son, Sherwood Herchmer, G. F. Stalker.  Clonpl  McKay and    "tbers,     to
which   *hp   doptor replied  fe
The ei.'pfnr has leen a resident ofthe
community for practically It yars.
The  doctor  was  !'•'■ e-: at'd   —ith     a
"  ''.aUipr steamer trunk suitably lettered.    \     musical    pro-rnm
was rendered.
Thp e.1 ictor left Immediately for Vlc-
\ h sf of friends i"   intomo-
' lies ac ■ '  MM    Bonn ell  ns far
ns R xft rd, M rt.. to wish him Qod-
• peed.
AUCTIONS
Rnt:s' nd 1 Bne Muel erry crop
-
rk in Vernon.
■
tei,
•Mall    team.
• '8 and Waldo.
*S0   to
in fund.
-
UVTlUX    SALE
UF  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE
Tuesday,  Aug.  17th, inst.,  at .Mail
Tapping  block;  sale commencing     at'
.'. ji.  m. '
Under instructions of Mrs. E.   Allum,   I  will   sell   positively without
•e ds as follows:
li   n  a'ld  brass     beds,     complete ;
dressers and stands, almost new;  solid Mahogany  writing cabinet,  lovely
s.iiitl quarter cut oak   dining   table .
si;, Ip'  solid   oak      davt np  rl  :
desk . Morris chairs;     rockers ;
bucket;    lovely Qurney i
r.tok    st.ivts,   china and glassware;
baby buggy, cost $55.00; kitchen   and
es,  carpets,   kitchen utensils of evi ry th scription,
Everything   must he sold.    Terms,
Cash.
W.   Parry,   Ain't, on-cr
Boi   mi Phone 356
•
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EMPRESS THEATRE
PROGRAM
THEa m . im  I,
TOD\ 'i     '!'!.     I: ' t
•'- th :     and
Fi   ni   •  F' rd    I
tery and WMar.   The  Whirling Disk,
2 parti   With Ole I • d   n't Joe
Kim*.   The Quarrel,   L  Ko C
Ch engf in I.e vrs with I Mink
THURSDAY   Daniel F repents
TMp Irresistible Mar ■ erite, Clark
In thp famous romantic comedy,
Gretna Oreen. 5 parts, by
Livingstone Furni i teur 1 ight
Also drawing for 'rpe tickets. Ths
W .y Tie Won thn Widow.
FRIDAY -Guardian    of    the Flocks.
With Ken-Iran,
SATURDAY   nnd matinee, r, reel Universal Program.
"rv-m ' —Master Key.
Tri'-^nAY-Prnttv Mrs.  Smith   With
Fritz' qrheff, Fi nnrts.
THURHBAY, Aiig, !2th—After    Five.
With Flwnrd  Aheles, 5 parts,
I1    —  IWWII—WW—Willi  IMIM.IJSI
; 'he       .
I   -    ■■
sitioi
'
•
-r poles will Mp '
I'-ritnin  win
-p known.
AT   THE   THTATHIS
Impress theatre are ol the high'..t rdfr this
v;pck nnd next. Toil, y ate Thp Midden City, In 2 parts; With (}rnre
Tiinnrd nnd Frane* Ford In n drama
of Love, Mystery and War, The
Whirling Disk,  2 pnrtn.      with     Cleo
'
elf     tO •"
Vith   '
Th*
■
i ,. '      '    ■ it   ■
The   l""e  t, ....    ,„       Hnir.,*      II,
between Nelson ami Ratio fesdi
than the im-.,- -,e., t,
the I anding-Nelson run.
■twoofl      In        mt        n  m 1 tin .
ramp   T'u ttotip Qttnrd* drill   three
•Imes n vreel:;   llln n Company    f  '•   I
Inns, dome of whom ari> old soldiers,
MORTGAGE BALE
Under and hy virtue of tbe powers
of sale contained ir. a certain Indenture of Mortgage, which will i e pro
duced at tin- time of sale, there wiil
iie ottered for sale on Monday the
Ninth day of August 1915 at the
iiour of 11.90 "M m ck in thf loren ion
' at the office of the Revelatoke General Agencies Limited. First Street,
in thc City of Revelstoke, British
Columbia, tbe following 1 nils and
premises; Lots One (1) and Two (2)
In Block Three (3) subdivision of
District Lot 3S4 Group One, Koot-
t nay District, British Columbia, as
shown on idan of subdivision Arrow-
bead Town lite plan No. 691.
On  the property  is a three storey
. frame hotel building.
For further particulars, terms   and
t "ns of sale npply to,
W. I. BRIGGS,
Barrister, "tc,  First street,
Revelstoke.  B.  C.
Solicitor 'e.r the Mortgagee.
Bated at Revelstoke, B. C. this 22nd
f July l il',.
IE COUNTS   COURT OF WEST
EN W,    HOLBBN  AT  REVEL- '
S'KO   10
•en;
P   Bl CO.,  LIMIT'
M   ["HIAKISON,  Defendant
I   Co.,     I.     i■
f ei   the s'lm  of
|B tl
' in.   of  the
t     D   the   M ill I l-l ild
A
■■   yon.
tiiter    i
'IIP    III'
'
• .■(.      in   t •
■1  if -.-'i'i do not
'    foil     nd      th
II     -■        7 '.e      rt'eejti.
'    '-      tl Is  SOth  dny  of   .Inly,   Uld
IORDON,
B' irlstrsr
w    r    ' 1    tl I   for  t'i     tlfl
MOIiTCAOF,  BALE
finder .md hy virtue of the p ttet
of iii* '.int«ln»d in a certnin Indenture of Me rt rage, which win be
d nt the time of snle, there
will be offered f'">r sale "n Hi ndnv
tbe Vinth dny of rt the
hour of Eleven o'clock in the ' ri
noe.n at the offlCB if thS Rev.lnt■'■
Oenernl      Agcrlep,     Limited,   First
LC
IRE IXI"
BETTER THAN EVER
The management announce
having secured tin' services of
Piof. Charlton, late 'cellist ofthe
Kinpiess  theater, as an addition
toi heir already famous orchesl ra
Tbe engagement commences tonight ami Is nn especially selected program.
Feature lor tonight ami totnor-
row       «THE
EXPOSURE"
A two reel drama of graft
Country Store Goods for Tomorrow night:'
1st Ticket.     50-lb Saok Flour"
2nd   "    ..    20-lb.   " Sugar
FRIDAY ami SATURDAY
"Captain   Macklin"
by Richard Hauling Davis. A
l-reel .Mutual Masterpicture.
COMING "Across tb,-Pacilic,"
from iiu- Famous stage success
by Chas, I'M Biiinoy,
'REXALL' STORE
SPECIALS
For Saturday Next
For Boys and Girls—
lm) different  (Mimes worth
35c to 60c each for  25c
Wayfarer's Library
Regular 33c, for 25c
100 Selected Titles
in Books
Worth 75c, 81.25, $1.50, for
35c, 3 I'm- SI.00
Bexall Liver Salts
Regular 85c, for 25c
Rexall Chewing Gum
3 for 10c
BEWS' DRUG STORE
Mount
Royal
College,
Calgary
II
Academic and
Commercial
Branches
Physical
Culture
Fine Jlrts and
Music
II
1 Affiliated with Toronto
Conservatory of Music
and Examining Center
for Alberta.
H Students stand among
highest in Alberta University of Toronto Examinations.
■ I
Rev.G.W.Kerby,D.I).
Principal
SNAP!
eHHV^SNBeHeHHBiHHBMi
Two=roomed
Nicely=furnished
House
Closed  porch, wood shed
store house and hen house.
Apply-
MAIL-HERALD
Reveloid
Rubber Roofing
is made from pure asphalt.
There is no tar. Made expressly for us and we guarantee it.
White and Tarred
Building Paper
We have a few rolls of Sovereign, Rosin-Sizedand Dure
Sheeting to clean out at less
than cost.
REDUCTIONS ON ALL OUR STOCK
Globe Lumber Co, Ltd.
EVERYTHING IN  BUILDING MATERIAL
REWARD;
The undersigned will pay the sum of $2,500.00
U 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.
GREAT wTs SHOE SALE
i.i aids' SHOES!
Men s anil   Q XJ f\ T7 O I
EVERY   PAIR    REDUCED
See Our  Bargain  Windows
MCRAE SHOE  STORE Howson Block PHONE 217
For Sandals, Canvas and Tennis Shoes

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