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Vol. 21-No 64
REVELSTOKE. B.C. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 19U
$2.50 Per Year
Hear>Cnrewell to
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Revei^    "*e Volunteers
One of the most striking demonstrations ever Been in Revelstoke,
took place at the Canadian Pacific
railway station on Sunday when the
citizene bade farewell to a contingent
of volunteers from the city ol Hevcl-
ntoke    who passed   through   on tue
midday train froni Kamloops on tlu'ir
wny t>       ll  Cartier.    The station was
thronged and the troops were given
thc heartiest and most enthusiastic
Bind ofl
On Hi" grounds ol the Revelstoke
hotel children from the two public
schools ind students iron: the high
school .•:- massed It. was an ideal
Bituatii . I ii the purpose and the
cliildii" the girls in light summer
dresses on me Bide and the boys In u
body e it her, pri lented an   el
f-active picture as they saluted tbe
arrival i ' the train with hearty
cheers •■ a (Ing ol many Bags,
The high BChoo] and the children of
the Central school marched to the
stai loi by the G. Verdi baid.
lhe i «as also on the scene
and thi ird,     can ylng     two
large Union Jacks and the Bags ol
the all -•• ol  Japan, Belgium,
Prance R issl i,  marched to    the
atatioi ok  up a  position    be
iiind ih" children.
The statl m was thronged and the
music .ef • bands, the singing ol
patrn .-. cheering  and waving
of Mags • children, with the
roar of .'■ ime from the crowd on
the platform mad   a scene ol anima
tion aud enthusiasm which will loug
bo remembered by all who witnessed
'it.
The  Revelstoke volunteers  appeared
to be iu tho  best of health and spir- I
its.     They  disembarked    from     the
train  and  marched  In  (rout  of     the '
children  and  gave  hearty  cheers    for
Revelstoke.   Each man was presented
by  the  Women's  Relief society  with a ,
tase containing socks, darning cotton
and other requisites and a box   of ap-
| les   was       placed   e,u   the   car.    -Many
Mowers and other g'ifts were  made to •
the soldiers.
On Monday a similar demonstration
occurred  when   mother party  of Hevclstoke      volunteers    passed  through
the city  on  their way  east.        They
were joined at the station by    Frank i
Allwood, city engineer, J.  Y. Young,
and  K.  A.  Boyle,  who had  left     for
Kamloops on  Saturday,  bad  beeu ac- I
cepted   for  service  and  returned     to
Revelstoke to settle their aflairs   be-
fore Leaving     uexl day for the trout. |
Mi.  Young and     Mr. Boyle who are,
telegraph operat irs will Join tlie Held
telegraph  service  and      Mr.   Allwood
Will   join   the   artillery  corps.
Among  those  who left   on  Monday   ;
were A. G. Duck, A. Fulton, H. Tur- -
ner, J, Candy, Vi. u. Dance, J.Boyle
.1.  y.  Young,   :•*.  II.  Allwood uud E. |
a. Boyle,
Those •'•!!..   ia,ssed through the city.
on  Sunday  Included,    A.   W.   Armes, I
John  Edgar, CD.  Hamilton.  ,1. How- |
son, C.F.  Reede    \   Spencer, C. Watson. E, Qulntln   ind '1). Gray.
Italian Disappears
Suicide  is  Feared
1).   DominiCk,   an   Italian,   is  heliev-iant   foreman,   asked   him   if   he  would
ed to     have committed     suicide on I he bar -.1 be r'nlieii that
Monday night by drowning in Victor he would if he lid not jump into tne
lake near Olanwllllam. lie had been uve; He was not seen again, He
working on  Nickelson's gang on   the   is known I .    had S-2S0 on his per-
double   track   and      has   disappeared,   son.
His  bundle Ol  blankets,  suit   case and       Provincial   ('instable  Rothwell  spent
bat      were  found   behind    a    pile  of   to the  - ■••   I    -   morning snd la ar-
bridge ties at   Clonwtlliam near  the    ranging -    havi   •      laki   dragged.
old trestle bridge, I       mick      had       been      behaving
When  he  lefl   the     work  cars     on  strangely  for  - -■   days   bef re     he
Monday.  Albert   Vnderson the . isisl    dis.,
DRY WEATHER   IBRITONS' GREAT
CAUSES FIRES      INHERITANCE
Little   Damage  in  Revelstoke Civil and Religious Freedom-
District -Blaze at Craigell
achie Destroys Timber
Principles of Justice and
Fair Play
The dry weather has caused forest      A*  St,  Peter' t Sunda;
lires to break out In numerous places Rev. C. A,
(luring the past week but little mer -
ctantable timber has been  destroyed   of rj,t._
i nd the lires in the Dominion     belt   jatn jv ,;
an   causing little anxiety.
On Saturday lightning started     a
I're  on   Mount   McKiniey   back   Ol   tn-
city which is still burning In ..
of  Umber  where  no  Bei ious dai
can   ne  caused
tance.
"Li
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LAST GAME
OF SEASON
Percentage of Gate for Relief
Socieiy   Band in Attendance
The baseball game on Labor day,
Monday. s>ept. 7, between Kamloops
and Revelstoke should be a great attraction as ir is the last game of
the season and the only sport to be
held on Labor I.y. The l.oys arc all
Kn good shape ind a fast game is expected. A i : :entage ol the gate receipts will bl given tO the Belief Society thc ladies ol which will have
charge  ol   the   game.    ThC   band    will
also be in attendance.
MANY JOIN
iUNDCRW.QOD_A^UND£RWOOD.JSI.. Y. '
PRINCE ALEXANDER  OF  TECK
Brother of Queen Mary and future Governor General of Canada,
now leading British troops in the Held
HOME GUARD Centre  of Battle  Line
Holding  Like   Bulldog
I
Volunteer Falls From
Train: is Killed
William L. Reid, one ol the company ol volunteers from Grand Forks
witb the Kootenay .Boundary contingent on its wag to Valcartler to
embark With Canada's lirst war contingent met bis death near Creston.
It appears that Mr. Reid had fallen
liom the eastbound train on which
he was travelling although no one
saw the occurrence, and that the
westbound express ran over him
■Then lying  a ith his bead on the rail.
The late William  I..   Reid  Has lived
in Kootenaj and Boundary ic years
and lelives three brothers nnd four
Bisters. They are Mrs. Nicholas FlooJ
Davin of Raglna, Mrs. Clement Alexander of Moose Jaw, Mrs. George
MacAlicl of Vancouver, Mrs. R.
Campbell of ('■rand FoBks, Ira Reid
aud Weldon Reid of New Westminster
and Graham Reid of Moose Jaw. fbe
body was taken to Grand Forks
ior burial on Monday.
The late Mr. Reid was well known
in both Kitchener and Moyie and Is
•mid to have opened the first general
store in the later town shortly alter
his arrival  In the district.
Good  Scores   Made   at   Rifle
Range- Drills are Held
Twice Weekly
Forty-eight members have beeu
sworn In foi :   '.ne Guard and of
these three Messrs Allwood. Boyle
and Young have already left for the
war
Compulsory drill is held by the
guard every Tuesday and Thursday
• raning and ou Sunday a shooting
! ractici at 200 yards was held at the
ritlc range, some good stores being
made
The young men of the city highly
appreciate the opportunity for drill
which the guard iffords and recruiting is still proceeding briskly. The
Bcores it the range on Sunday were
aa follows, 35 being the possible:
Marshall 1<», Mulholland 21, Taylor
■-'6, McVity 20, Shuttlewood 14, Rert-
elson 17, Wallace 29, Mortimer 27,
Hadow 18, Corley IS, Holmes ti, Parker i1.', Hack 14, Grey 20, Abbott 14,
Brock 12. Sergt. Qibbert 20, Pte. Har-
i"•■ .".'. i orp. C irbett 24, Pte. Hors-
lell ll.
The last four are members "f the
guard at  the Columbia bridge.
Winners of Shield
in Public Schools
The following is the attendai
the public school- for the month of
August:
Okntoks Review: Tbe Review 6re-
grests to announce the death of Bert
tAi. Kirk, of Black Diamond, who pas.
hi-iI away at OkotolU on Monday
morning. The cause of death was
weakness "f the heart and Mr. Kirk
bad been ll poor health for some
time   though   still able   to   be   around,
His mothei who lues in British
Columbia an ned in lown on Tilcflday
and took the body to Salmon Arm,
tnd from there to Canoe,  n.C, where
ihe interment will take place.
Cent!
Pri
s. every
Enl.
Pet.
Set lion
Div. I
30
96.93
24
Div. II
38
95.71
:;i
Div. Ill
39
97.96
32
Div. IV
40
PS. 12
34
Div. V     .   .
39
98.92
38
Div. VI
96.63
32
Div. VII
22
04.80
16
Totals .
244
97.00
207
Selkirk—
Div. I
.      24
96.86
19
Div. II
38
96.92
97.74
2H
'Div. Ill
19
30
Div. IV
42
96.99
::i
Div.  V
.' i
85.55
27
Div. VI
u
99.38
81
Div. VII
41
97.86
."..
Div. VIII
4M
99.81
87
Totals 805      87.1".7     247
Division V of Central School wins
he shield for the month with a per-
■ outage of 98.92 it regularity an.l
punctuality. Division VI of Selkirk
vin- the shield with a percentage oi
99.38,
Paris, Sept. 2.—Our line is holding
like a bull dog i'i the center, said the
Minister of War, M. Millerand, today
as he left his otttce after a conference
with General Gallien, military governor of Paris. He refused to make
I any further comments on tbe situa-
tioii but showed no tiace of anxiety.
FRENCH TROOPS RETIRE
London Sept. 2.—The whole world
is awaiting definite news from the
battle line, the French war oflice contents itself with the simple statement that as a result of the tuniiug
movement of the German army, and
in order not to accept battle under
unfavorable conditions, the French
troops have again retired.
From the British capital no word
is forthcoming regarding what are
considered as the mOSI momentous
operations of the war.
While Berlin claims a Gorman victory over the Russians in cast Prussia and the capture of 70,(mo men the
Russians claim an important victory-
over tbe Austrians on the Qalician
frontier with 30,000 prisoners.
Another German aeroplane has been
dropping bombs into Parle and ac-
I-, .i ill in- to the French official statement the American ambassador hart
organized a committee and has sent n
protest against this method of war-
•farc to tbe government at Washington.
The Belgian special commission on
'its way to the I'n'ited States to protest against alleged German atrocities has been received by King George
and has presented to him an address
setting forth some ol the happenings
in Belgium during the present campaign and has warmly thanked Great
Britain for its intervention.
NAVAL   ENGAGEMENT   EXPECTED
Honolulu, Sept. 2.—The German
steamer Nuernberg will leave port
this evening clenred for action to
meet the Australian warships Australia and Warrego. The two men of
war today accompanied the British
(.illier Strathdale to the three mile
limit here and are reported waiting
outside, dipt. Scheenburg of the
Nuernberg said today that the Nuen-
herg would not surrender un<i that he
expected the ship to be tbe coffin for
himself and his crew.
CENSORSHIP IN CANADA.
Ottawa,    Sept   2.—The  government
las  issued nn  official  statement   calling the attention of the press to the
jnecessity  for  preserving  secrecy     at
present      ns to tbe Bailing of vessels
"in Canadian waters or as to the
lovements of Canadian troops. A
strong intimation has been received
from the Imperial authorities as to
the importance of silence in these
particular case's. The government
adds that if the press fail to comply
with this official request prompt and
effective means will he taken to enforce the observance.
BRITONS  EXPELLED
London, Sept. 2.—A German aeroplane Hew over Ostcnd according to
the Router correspondent at that city
The despatch adds that there has been
a considerable movement of troops in
Brussels, 80,000 being due to arrive
there. The Qerman governor of Brussels has ordered the expulsion of all
British  subjects  within  21  hours.
Thc Correspondent at Antwerp ol
an Amsterdam newspaper says that
a French biplane appeared over Brussels  on      Saturday      and  in a hail of
German  bullets twii iclrcled     the
town dropping hundreds of pamphlets
Containing tbe message "Take cour -
age,  deliverance soon."
The aviator then made oil after
living the spectators a daring performance of looping the loop. The
Germans have ordered a Brussels tirm
to   n.a lie a   German   Hag   which    they
say they     intend    to hoist ovei  the
Eiffel  tower  In   Paris.
INSURRECTION WILL FOLLOW
London, Sept. 2, A despatch from
Bucharest which reached the Centlal
news   agency   at    London   by   tbe   way
ol R e, says the Roumanian general
stall considers that the battle on tbe
\uslro Itissian frontier will be followed by a general 'insurrection and
that therefore whatever may bc thc
sacrifice tbe Austrians will not lall
back. They are now making a strong
ellort.
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Revelstoke Resident Dies
at Willow River
i
mi_^-_        i
News was received in the city yesl
terday of thc death at Willow River,
20 miles from Fort (ieorge, of .). ll.
Kennedy, whose home is on First
street. The telegram gave no information as to tbe caiifle of death, which
occurred on Sunday. Mr. Kennedy
Ind been building a mill at Willow
Itiver. He leaves a widow and three
Children, Cyril Kennedy, MrB. J. A.
Woodland and Mrs. H. A. Webster.
Mr. W lodland left last night for Willow river.
On Saturday another     fire start! I thi
on tbe south     wagon     road on tho  ■..,,,.,. . ,
I I    1. ,■',-.•
ranch ot Mr.       Goch,      It  le     being , ,
■.  , i.    w< •
fought by the fire ranger and ranch-
ale there i
ers and is undei coi I
On Sua.lay  a bush uie started   at    '
Boulder, K.  Edgar,
a crew oi men are I e nnd
vhich   is  now   under  contl
On   the  same  d:r. •      e.c-
curred at Camp i'i on Cranberry
creek In the provincial belt, lt is
being fought by the provincial fire
warden en
We belli
fin.   .   ■
Yeaterda)  b fire broke out on   the
Plackw'it. •   rlvei     bore  Don I'-.     T.
J, Wadman, chlrt Dominion  fin
ger left   it noon ycsteidu    i
intend the fire fighting operations.
The   bush   fire   In   thl   neighborhood
"'   Downie  creek   is  Still   biasing,   bur
is  being  gradually  SUppn      by   the
provincial  tire  warder,  and  a  crew of
nre fighters.
play am
proverl
of civil .
erty.
inheritaces may
Km
A. number  of  more  or  less  serious   „,_     .,-....
fires but  not  large  In  else  were    re ■
ported from the     Vicinity  ol  Arrow-   .„.„,.    .„.,,   u|.,(„.   ;h|,   f(
'aad and the neighboring country to   frei
the north of that ton i    Beaton   nnd   w|i| i,t, mi(,
omaplia are the scenei ol Orel but      ■ .. to rellgj.
"" damage haa i  any ol   ,U8 truth ai
the biases as yet,
A   report   inun   Craigellachie   on'
Monday says:
Fanned by strong
est   lire   in   Eagle   River   valley   is
spreading in every dir-ectlon  in   spite
of the unceai ing effort! of Are
•IS,
moral cha act<
heritai
Bible.    Thi ...    Men
ought   to
teachini •       Om
make it . read noi
A   first assuming the o, „ul  ,,M .      .. -^
crescen   with wing, ,__, _nd m „       m|
and !l,.,0,1-v of f"d ";"'■,	
pears like a Riant octopus with
sh fins thrusting in everj  ei
rrom a blackened and burn.
. lines iiimini)>i-. ble the tone ol I
d.   He will watch ovi
5 ■
■
in ad •
"Aga
'  u. ■
■
een      rounded) the li  felli
■ broad trail i ■ I
." check its furthci progii
The -trong gu ry the
-pari..- and flame   ■ ver the bri
trail.   As everything
"f the fire prove   * I  •       fai    Ver)
it tie damage ha
'•rty apart   from  tun
although several fin
suppli<catii ■
W
,,u escape   of being .       fl .....
lames no llv.
lhe fire is now in th" bottom of the
'
""Then
■   i loth
this <' .■ ■  •
in v  a   In-avv    ra •   • , i      .
,        .        , • ,. ' '*' • ■!.'•.
•heck  lhe  fire  now   in  the  Vallej      ■'.,.„,
gnat  n...
mind and Doi
.alley, anil  is  throwil g OUl   a  I
.Vardl Malakwa ii, the   ••'   I a;..! '
ellachle in the east, and ,   ilov
proachlng the mi pari of the
valley,    Every availal .•   num in the
valley  is  fire  figl
rection of Fire \V:r a     .1.   \|JXO
nun.   The timbei	
ihe Columbia Riv-si i
who will be ' -.    ,     ,
column of smol i
the mountains Bnd nea to the thickly
wooded plateau of I ■■ •'. mountain.
which is a govei nmi .    ,
The big tire bitw.en Caecads nnd
i-'ife has reached large proportions being now seven miles long with    2."0
men   engaged   In   fighting   it. They
inhentane.- tians."
Wins Gold Watch
Set With Diamonds
Mrs.  .1    H    K
lope to have it under control shortly   Ihe  Sugar      Bol       drawing  r ntest
The tire at  Seven Mile rrfek  on the   which   wm  closed .n   Monday   night.
I'cnil d'Orellle river has extend"! over   Instead of taking the  trip t■>     Van
——^—————_______   r,,uTer     sh* t ■<... ,     gold  watch set
(Continued on Pnge Five) with dlamoc FAGB TWO
THE   MAIL-HERALD.    REVELSTOKE
WEDNESDAY   SKPTEMBER 2, JtPf.'
FIELD  MARSHAL   SIR JOHN   FRENCH
In charge of England's troops in the field.
SUMMER GOODS
CAMPERS'  SUPPLIES   Tents, Stoves, etc.
LAWN GOODS   Hose. Reels, Mowers.
PORCH REQUISITES-Hammocks, Netting.
DINING ROOM COMFORTS   Electric Fans.
HOUSE NEEDS—Screen D.iors and Windows.
VOIR GUILD'S HEALTH-Tennis Goods.
PASTIME WANTS -Fishing Supplies, Rifles, etc.
KITCHEN NECESSARIES -Refrigerators, Freezers.
DRIVING COMFORTS—Lap Robes and Dusters.
All to be had at
Lawrence Hardware Co., Ltd.
Plumbing      Tinsinithinj*      Electric Supplies
The World's Greatest Invention
The New  Edison Phonograph
No Needle Required
Disc Records
No Horn       -   •
■  Diamond Point
Non-breakable
All Cabinet Style
COME IN AND LET US   DEMONSTRATE
THIS NEW MACHINE TO YOU       —^-
Stop Paying Rent!
Globe Lumber Company. Limited.
HoiVSOn Sr Co.     :.'   Sole Local Agency
SAM Mc-*MAHON
...
Oto   tl Blacksmu ■     • *"** *** "****
Agent tor John Deere and Company and International Harvester Co
Farm  Implement,
MOPSt  SHOEINC A SPECIALTY BtVtl»TOHf    DC,
Shoes Below Cost!!
Last of our $3,000 Stock
must be sold out at once
Men's Fine Shoes    Men's Heavy Shoes
Men's Med   Heavy Shoes
ORDER A PAIR   TODAY
John Mclntyre C& Son
t Street. Telephone No. 93
Ageiits for Consume! I   T kiloring Company. Toronto.
Advertisements|N
IIH.   MAIL-HERALD
BRINQ RESULTS
Already Fernie citizens have paid
up (54,000 ol  1914 taxes.
The Michel coke ovens have closed
down tor an Indefinite time,
Four marriage licenses were Issued
at  Fernie for week ending Aug. 20,
All the sawmills In the Naynes nml
Waldo districts are still In operation
Blalrmore had the heaviest rainstorm ol the year Monday ot fast
week,
Nelsou looks for an attendance of
some Ml pupils at the high school
this term,
Tho government agent, at Rosfeland
has received notice to refuse to Usue
gun licenses to either Germans or
austrians,
Ten million feel ol cut timber w,as
destroyed In the recent forest fires at
Mull river.
.1. McCullough of Greenwood, is
making a motor cycle trip tour >>f
Spokane and \ ancouver,
A large number ol foreigners leave
Blalrmore by every  train for the east
Rossland Miner:—The Sisters' hospital would like to have somebody
give them'a good watch dog.
In British Columbia last yeur bounties were paid on SS golden eagles,
232 Cougars, 277 wolves, and 101S
coyotes.
Lardo quary has closed. The marble the company wns getting out was
the best so fur encountered.
Greenwood water supply is not
good  and  the citizens are compelled
to boil all water used for drinking.
Every incoming truin into Kaslo
brings down men from the mines up
the lines who have been laid off.
Tne first Cftriond shipment of this
Beason'a apples from the valley left
Grand  Forks on Thursday  for Alberta
The independent company of Grand
Korks sharpshooters is holding itself
In readiness to entrain at a moments
notice.
The diamond drill on the coal mine
at  Midway,  B.C., has drilled through
twee seams e,f coal, both about   nine
In width.
In Kootenay, tbe Bluebell Rambler,
Standard  and  other  mines are   tern-
porarllj  closed down until tbe smel-
u handle their ore.
What are reliably stated to have
been a couple ol silver tip bears were
*v days ag e  by a  I'hoenix
lew miles fri em town.
.i'U' complaint is made at
ravages  ol  tbe     cut
wi rtn :.  gai dens,     The pest
ill  kinds i ' ■ iff,
..il   training
I   until     the.
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ap -
;ard  i" looWng
and *
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fen Thursday night did m I ill
i
i'-.n i <ii wanted to go on r
bul Maxwell would not,
li I      K.ine   ol   KaSlO,   li r   iii
i Is orchard  winch  pi oduci       pi! less
plum    The plums nn- small and eon
ierne a  Hiniiii seed  encased  In a  light
i usk.   They are Bald to be excellent
foi  pi esei vim' pin poses,
The stai- theatre at Greenwood has
heen closed.
Horse thieves arc active in tbe country around  Midway.
One hundred and ninety-one indoor
p,,ticnts were treated at Golden hospital last year.
The Frank Lime company has censed  operations Indefinitely,
The post oilice building ln Greenwood will he finished nfot month.
Kelson schools will refuse admittance to pupils under six years of age
ii.in more will celebrate Labor day
w Ith a  picnic and sports.
Two lislii'i'mcn were lined In the
Greenwood  police court   last     Friday
for cutchlng undersized lish.
At Grcanwood owing to the extreme
drs weather It has been found necessary tn employ a night  watchman,
Canadian Pacific railway policemen
are  guarding the  bridge  at Wardncr
.■.ml trespassing is forbidden.
The mines of British Columbia hav
distributed  in   dividends  8,1,25),111 1.1(1
bo far this year.
The Presbyterian summer school at
I-Vikee was a decided success, lt will be
rej eated iu 1915,
Fifty special refrigerator cars have
been ordered to carry fish easi from
Pi nice Rupert.
Twenty tour new .inning chums
have heen recorded In Nelson -.ninin^
district, during the past week.
The normal training and domestic
science branches of the Nelson pub-
lii school course have been discontinued for the fall term,  at least.
Grand Forks ratepayers arc paying
their 1914 taxes :n large number to
take advantage of the 10 per cent, rebate.
One ol the Italians offering f.ir enlistment at Fernie, '..ui. who was re-
fusel, offered S10O to be allowed to
enlist.
The sale of gun licenses in British
Columbia last year brought the government $011,225. Thc lines for breeches of the game act amounted to over
$4,000.
Fernie police magistrate bud nine
cases hist week: four drunks, two vugs
and three breakers ol the cow bylaw, ;
In  the  month  of  May  the    British ;
Columbia Copper company smelter at
Greenwood     produced 528,458 pounds1
.•f copper,  Jill  ounces of  gold     and
-7 ounces of silver.
man     was killed in the coal j
■    ol British Columbia during the
last   three  monthBi   Might   men   were
e Hied during the tirst six  months ol
this year.
Our Roughing
is meeting with big
success. Our cus-
I >mers are satibfird.
Just what they have
been wanting.
Everything returned
.i.ready to iron, flat
pieces  all   ironed.
Give us a trial and
be convinced
Only   35c  a  dozen.
kKVELSTOKE
STEAM LAUNDRY
Fhonc 342
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Ammunition, fishing Tackle and all
Sporting Goods .
RADfLAIMC on Garden  Hose,  Lawn
UAlllU/AlllO lowers,  Garden   Tools.
Screen Doors, Windows and other Summer Goods
Sherwin Williams Paints, Varnishes, ek.
McLary's Malleable and Cast Ranges and Furnaces
Crockery and Glassware
Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables
BOURNE BROS,, LIMITED
GROCERS AND HARDWARE DEALERS
First St, Revelstoke.     Telephone No. 22
SAM NEEDHAM contractor «. builder
Small Jobs a Specialty Free Estimates Given
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MIBEPEH
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HOTEL SAVOI
SEATTLE
"Twol™ Stories ol Solid Comfort"
In tlie' centra ol' tliinns—llu'iilivu
•ml ntoTo« on both aide*.   Building
ui„.luU'Iy flroprou£—concreettttBto^
and marble.
EUROPEAN PLAN-SI per day up
With Baths—SI per day up
KRLAND  G.  HADCW
13. C. Land Surveyor
Oilice, Room I, Lawrence
Hardware Block
RHVEL8TOKB,  B.C.      J.3tp
Is it Possible to
Pitch Curved Ball
H.    W.     EDWARDS.
Taxidermist.
Bear Rugs Mounted. Furs cleaned
and Dressed.
B5 Second Street, Kevelstoke,B.O.
KOOTENAY LODGE, No. 15 A.F.
and A. M.
Regular Meetings are held In
New Masonic Hall on the Fourth
Monday In each mouth at 8 p.m.
Visiting brethren are cordially
welcome.
WALTER BEWS, W. M.
ROBT.    GORDON,    Secretary.
C. W. 0. w.
Mountain View Camp No. 22'J
Meets Second and Fourth
Monday in each month in
Selkirk Hall Visiting Woodmen are cordially invited to
attend.
JAMES  McINTYRE,  CC.
H.    W.   EDWARDS,   Clerk.
COURT    MT.    BEGBIB NO. 3461
OF I. 0. F.
Meets in St. Francis Lodge Room
every  Second and Fourth Monday
tn   month.      Visiting  brethren are
cordially   welcomed.
H. V. MORGAN, C. R.
G.W.   CARTWRIGHT,   Rec.-Sec.
SELKIRK LODGE No. 12
I. O. O. F.
Meets  every  Thursday  evening  in
Belkirk  Hall  at 8 o'clock.  Visiting  brethren  cordially invited.
A. G. DICK, X. G.
JAMES  MATHIE, Secretary.
GOLD RANGE  LODGE, No 26
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS
Meets every Wednesday
evening at Sk., in Selkirk
Hall. Visiting brothers
cordially invited.
II   KBMPSTER, C. C.
——  i
Revelstoke Lodge
No. 1086
LOYAL ORDER
OF MOOSE
Meets every Becond
and Fourth Tuesday
in  the Selkirk Hali.
Visiting Brethl en are cordially-invited.
Dr. McLEAN, Die.   ILL. HAUG,Sec,
JOHN   LEE
LADIES TAILOR
Healer in
SILK GOODS and FANCY
THINGS.
(Prettiest Designs)
DRE88MAKINC-.   Fit Guaranteed
JOHN LEE
Front Street Lower Town
Can a man pitch a ball which will
curve In the ail as he wills '.' Nine
hundred and ninety-nine men out of a
thousand will answer this question in
the affirmative, and ol these a goodly
proportion will aver that they have
sten it done over and over again.
There are soni'' people who oiler what
they thibk are scientific explanations
of the curve, They say it 'is due to a
partial vacuum created by the revolving ol the ball. Hut a writer, who
has nearly a page to himself in The
Scientific American,says t li.it I lie alleged curves act exactly contrary to
what they would, if this theory were
correct. He nays a cricket ball, bowl
ed will a spin, will have lie. direct
Ion altered when it comes in contact
with the ground, A billiard ball,
proper!} struck will curve in any desired direction because ol Irlctlou
with the table, A curve can be given to a tennis ball, because al its
rough surface,  and the peculiar nut-
iire of the racket. A goll ball may lie
('riven with such force as to make it
curve, especially if a wind is blowine
I nt he says it has not yet heen proved that a pitcher In baseball can
make a   ball   curve   In   the   air. Te'
make atmospheric resistance cause a
curve, the ball would, he thinks, have
to he driven with gigantic force, such
as no num could possibly employ, Ho
admits that thousands of people will
i assert that they have seen a curve
pitched, and, while he does not Bay
they have not. he declines to accept
such statements as proof of anything
for the reason that it is only by the
remotest chance that a person can
get in a position to see whether or
not a ball has curved. He looks upon curvature in the air, il possible,
as a matter of great scientific value,
and suggests that an arrangement of
screens lie set up Where pitchers >iand
others can demonstrate if such curvatures can be made at will.
In iiis own tests he thinks he has
shown that curves cannot be pitched,
at least With auy certainty whatever.
What appear tu he curves are simply
cptical illusionsi He suspended a base-
l-all from a rigid wire, so that it
could be drawn with great speed from
one end of the wire to the other.
When he looked in the plane of the
trajectory, the ball seemed to come
straight, as it must have come; but
when he viewed it from other points,
j he saw its motion presented the appearance of a curve. This shows that
a ball may appear to curve, when, in
point 'if fact, it 'is going straight. He
I experimented with a series of screens
I and a famous pitcher could only get
a ball to curve around the centre one
, to the same' side of the further stake
. as the pitcher stood at the first staktj
after  trying  eleven  times;   but  he  is
! not satisfied that this proved anything     more than  that  it was done.
j He does not think it proved that   it
TAX
could  be done over again.
Lumbermen
It will pay you tc
make a call at
F.   B.   WELLS,
Fur Buyer and Exporter
Old Town,    -   Revelstoke, B. C
before buying your outfit of working clothes
for the bush. I make a
specialty of Logging
Shoes, Pants, Sox, Shirts
Blankets and everything
required in vour business.
J.P.SUTHERLAND
Transfer      Draying
Handling Pianos a Specialty
Phone 42    -   Night Phone85
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to write visiting cards ....
Let the cMa'l-Herald
put you right. The
price will not wreck
your exchequer. We
print in the best  style
COLUMBIA  VALLEY.
T.J. Wadman of Revelstoke, Dominion lands agent; T.H. Dunn, Dominion reclamation engineer; B.L. Swan
Dominion government hydraulic engineer, and Mr. Mitchell, engineer for
the McKay Reclamation company are
inspecting the territory between Golden and Sp'llllmachine, where it is
proposed to drain (10,000 acres of
land. The work Will be undertaken
l-y the reclamation company, who intend to dredge the channel of tht
river and use the material to dyke
the banks to prevent further overflow-
Mr. Wadman is inspecting the homesteads that are submerged on behalf
of the laneis department of the department >t the Interior.—Golden
Star.
Causes Much Disease
Advice about Stomach Troubles
and how to relieve them.
Don't nee^ie-e'1 indigestion, f"r it
may lead t<, all hurl.-, of Ilia and complications. An eminent physician
once .-:nel toit ninety-five per cent of
all ill- have their ori<gin in a dw-
oideri.'d stomach.
Our experience with Kexr.ll Dys-
pepsia I ablet - lea i- us i" believe
them i" bo one of the most dependable
remedic i lui >wn for Indigestion mid
chronic dyspepsia. Their ingredients ar>' soothing te> the inflamed
mctnbran<ss of the stomach. Rich
in Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the
greatest digestive aids known to
medicine, the relief they afford is
very prompt, t'-ed persistently and
regularly feer a short time, they tend
to relieve pains caused by stomach
disorders,
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablet? help
insure healthy appetite, aid digestion, and promote nutritiuii. As
evidence <>f nur faith in lln in. we ask
you lo try them ut our risk. If they
do not give entire siti-iue'tion. we
will return the (nones >"u Paid us
without Question or formality, Three
alios, 25 cents, ISO cents, and (1.00.
You can buy Etexall Dyspe<psia Tablets
in this coi |H'  e,,lv al e»ir store:
WALTER   BEWS.
KevrUtoke llritloli Columbia
TH* ^fttaJti Stor*
Ther* is » He'iAll Store in nearly ovtry town
Mid oity in thr llmltd State*. Ceanada »nd
Oreat Britain. There is a different Rriall
Remedy tor nearly eTrry ordinary human Ul —
oaoh I'tHiecially de.iicned lir the [eaninilnr ill
for whion it is recommended.
Tb* Rciall Stan* art America's Oresteit
Dnif Stores
Corporation of the City of Revelstoke
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 will sell by public auction the land or
Improvements or real property iu the Municipality ol the City of RevelBtoke, li. C, given in the schedule hereunder, for delinquent taxes and
subsequent taxes, ou Monduy the Hth day ol September, 1914, at the
hour of 12 o'clock noon, iu the City Hall, Revelstoke, B.C.,, unless the
arrears  of  taxes,  interest  und costs   are sooner paid:
1 e.      Ul  ipi e
: si il > lu ner
'I ..XI Mil   ll a,
B hi, IHIH, anil
2* iii.i i, .-,i to
—       hali  1.1 .Sail!
Beazlcy, Mrs. M.B 20 22 1
Nan. Sing   6 27 1
Mel..'od,  John   9 27 i
McLeod,   John   10 27 1
Lewis,  !•'.   11 15 28 1
Lewis,  F.   li 16 28 1
Coughlin,   Mrs.   U.K.  ...   1 39 1
Coughlin,  Mrs. H.B. ... 2 39 1
Osborne,    Mrs.  W.E, ... 2 42 1
Stacey,    Mrs.  K   2 44 1
birrianni,  Pete   5 101 1
Twunzuk, Majk   4 104 1
D'Arcangelo, (.',. & F. ...   1 107 1
D'Arcangelo,   F   2 107 1
Wilke3, 0.  J 12 2 2
McMahon,   Sam    1 4 2
McMahon,    Sam    2 4 2
Smith,    Robert  8 4 2
Turnross,   Chas   11 11 2
Turnross,   Chas 12 11 2
Hansen, Mrs. C. E. (E 77-20*1
 24 16 2
Ross,   Mrs.   Jane    24 17 2
Ross,  Mrs.   Jane   25 17 2
Interior  Pubg.  Co  14 25 2
Barraclough,   E   2 99 2
Barraclough,   E  3 99 2
Drown,  Wm    1 2 3
Drown,  Win    2 2 3
Wah  Chung      7 3 3
taley, Robert  14 5 3
Caley, Robert 15 5 3
Caley,   Mrs     John    16 5 3
Caley,  Mrs.   John  17 5 3
taley,  Mrs.   John  18 5 3
Doll,    L.   H    3 7 3
Johnson, August, estate  7 7 3
Johnson, August, estate  8 7 3
Johnson, August, estate  9 7 3
I'etersou,    1'.  A    1
Wah    Chung    4 3 3
1'errin,  Mrs.   Jules    7 8 3
l'errin.  Mrs.   Jules     8 8 3
Houssell,    Thomas  14 8 3
Field,  Chas.  M   6 9 3
Field,   Chas.   M   7 9 3
Jamieson,   Addie  Mrs...   1 10 3
Jamieson, Addie Mrs....   2 10 3
Wah Chung    6 10 3
Wah Chung     7 10 3
Wah Chung     8 10 3
Wah Chung    9 10 3
Turnross,  Chas    1 11 3
Wah   Chung  Bing    6 11 3
Wah Chung Bing     7 11 3
Wah    Chung Bing  8 11 3
Stone, J.A. ILawson.B.A.   1 12 3
Elson,  Mrs.   Wm   6 14 3
Lewis,   F.   B    5 16 3
Morgan,  Joseph  ....   9 18 3
Edwards.   N.  T    7 19 3
Edwards,   Mrs.  Addie.. 8 19 3
McMahon,   Mrs.  H    3 41 3
McMahon, Sam     4 41 3
Anderson,   John  Estate.   8 41 3
Gibbons,   Rand      2 44 3
Gibbons,   Rand      3 44 3
Johnson,  Arthur     1 48 2
Johnson, Arthur     2 48 3
Johnson, Mrs. Arthur....  3 48 3
Johnson,  Mib.  Arthur...  4 48 3
Johnson,   Mrs.  Arthur...   5 48 3
Johnson,  Mrs.  Arthur...   6 48 3
Bradley.  Mrs. Mae     1 49 3
Bradley,   Mrs.   Mae       2 49 3
Bradley, Mrs. Mae    3 49 3
Bradley, Mrs. Mae    4 49 3
Bradley,   E.   A 12 49 3
Lund, M.W., Agent    7 55 3
Lund, M.W., Agent     8 55 3
Lund, M.W.. Agent    9 55 3
Lund, M.W., Agent  10 55 3
Devine,   J.   J   7 56 3
Devine.   J.   J   8 56 3
Dated this Fourth Day of August
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114.44
82.41
98.57
49.99
46.47
111.23
67.30
139.88
6B.46
90.33
48.67
8.37
53.71
42.01
158.54
165.76
100.34
104.36
19.56
23.18
136.80
47.62
71.88
202.18
153.04
116.96
96.90
104.50
213.10
34.90
35.00
106.95
42.31
42.32
43.07
32.34
40.04
30.00
32.74
102.79
44.29
72.86
42.61
36.89
32.64
88.47
32.64
70.79
44.57
109.79
209.17
135.48
72.05
68.23
42.06
74.68
56.39
65.71
42.30
66.51
29.77
126.17
61.38
42.20
65.39
166.71
67.61
62.46
61.69
163.76
62 47
57.61
91.88
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3.94
8.98
9.28
6.40
6.58
2.65
3.06
8.22
4.10
5.16
10.87
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147.82
73.57
96.11
52.87
10.75
58.16
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167.52
175.04
106.74
110.94
22.45
26.24
145.02
51.72
77.04
213.05
161.61
124.32
103.20
111.00
224.15
38.45
38.56
113.65
46.21
46.22
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107.74
48.19
78.06
46.56
40.49
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36.09
75.79
48.47
116.49
220.02
146.68
77.10
73.13
45.86
79.78
60.89
70.61
46.15
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133.72
66.08
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176.04
72.59
67.21
66.44
172.95
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287.25
92.68
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60.48
60.48
60.48
64.37
54.87
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1914.
W. A.  titlUIKlN.  Collector.
TO FUR SHIPPERS
Tht mm accurate, rr liable an* only Market He pari aad Price Uit
•I lis kind pnhllikrd
"(Stye Hubert £fripper"
Malted Absolotrly free to fnr Shippers   Vnd "Shubr rl"
ya«r same on a postal tester
You want this valuable publication—It it mirth hundreds of
dollari to you, issued at every change of thc  Fur  Market,
giving you an accurate and reliable report of what it doing in
all the Markets oi the World in American Raw Furt.
Write lor It—now— it't free
An   cmiDt'DT   in.   is-17 wm acsnii avEUDi
Now is the time to purchase your Guns
and Ammunition for the fall shootinj?.
We carry the best stock in the city,
and every article that goes out of our
store in this line is absolutely guaranteed by us.
SHOT GUNS—single barrel from $7 50
to $9.00, double barrel from $12.00
io $40.00
RIFLES Winchester, Remington, and
Ross from $15 to $30
AMMUNITION No. 12 U.M.C. and
Western. Recognised as the bos;
Shells made
HUNTING KNIVES. COATS, BELTS,
&c, &c.
Cartridges   Sporting Goods
Revelstoke Hardware Co., Ltd.
Agents for GURNEYS CHANCELLOR Ranges.
(ii)ul) POLICY
It's um nl policy 'ii i hi nk of the future.
It's still belter policy tu provide against
the misfortunes ii may have in sine
for yon. Tlie surest way of protecting
yourself nnd family is n
LIFE l\si*:;.\Nt E POLICY
with ii  reliable company.   The high
financial standing ami long business
caii'i'ie   of   iii'-   Kootenay   Agencies
makes    it   absolutely   trustworthy.
Yonr    time   mav   be   near   at   hand,
Don't delay.   Taki- oul a policy now.
KOOTENAY AGENCIES. Ltd.
A. E. Kincaid, Manager.
TO SHOW YOU A COPT OF THE
S1000000
ROBIN HOOD
COOK BOOK
THIS BOOK  CAM BE SECURED
WITH COUPONS roUMIHmitYUGlF
ROBIN HOOD
ROLLED DATS
CITY TRANSFER CO.
Baggage Transferred
Distributing Agents and StOl age
GENERAL DRAYING
furniture and   Piano-moving  a
Speciality
Phone48—276,   Night Phonel-MO
8W1TZER BROS.
,1. 11. OURTIS
&
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mtt
E. G. Burridge & Son
Plumbers and Tinsmiths
We ipeolalice in
Motuilio Colllngs, Corrugated Roofing, Furnace Work and up-
to-date Plumbing
Work
Work shop   Connaught Ave,
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SYNOPSIS   OF  COAL  MINING
REGULATIONS.
Coal mining nulits iif the Dominion
in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al-
lerta, the Yukon Territory, the
North-west Territories and in a portion of the Province ol BtitiBh Co-
lutnbla, nay be issued lor a term ol
twenty-one years at an annual ren*.
t.1 of il au acre. Not meirc than
2,560 acres will be leased toon' up-
pllcant.
Application for lease muat i»' mad<
hy the appll<cant in peregon to the
Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district
in which the rights applied (or are
■situated.
The le •-•• will include the coal min-
ing tights only, but the leaaea maj
be permitt<ed to purcb-ue whatevei
avails ■ rlace rtghta may be con-
tldered nec*asarj for tbe working ol
tin' mine at the r.itr ol 810.00 an
acre.
In surveyed territory the land must
ite described by lections, or leeal
nib divisions  of  sections, and  in  un-
1 purveyed territory the tract   applied
, for shall be staked out ey the applicant Inn   ■  '
Bach application must be accompanied b> a fee ol $5 which will be refunded if the rights applied for are
not available, but not otherwise. A
rjyalty shall be paid on tbe merchantable output of the mine at the
rate of rive cents per ton.
, The person operating the mine shall
furnish the Agent with sworn returns
accounting for the full quantity ot
merchantable coal mined nnd pay the
royalty thereon It the coal mining
rights are not being operated, such
leturns should be furnished at least
once a year.
For full information application
should be made to the Secretary ot
the Department of the Inti-rmr, Ottawa, or to the Atrent or Sub-\gent-
of Dominion Lands.
,W.  W.  CORY. PAGE POUR
THE   MAIL-HERALD,   REVELSTOKE
WKDNIWnAY   SEPTEMBER   2, 1911.
Cbc flftatl-lfoevalb
PCBU8HED   WEDNESDAY   AND
SATURDAY   AT
RK\ ELSTOKE,   B. C
\I)\ I2RTISING  RATES
Local Reading Notices and Buslnesa  lntQ   i(.tjnn    Th(, RuMlft|i hordea are
Locals 10 cents per line each insertion I
, .,-  „.„+.      Inside  the   Prussian   frontier   in   many
Minimum local  ad charges 25 cents.   (
.i-     „„i-„ „„r   places,   BOme   Cossacks   having    pene-
11]splay advertisements 25 cents per s    '
Inch each insertion, Bingle column.        trated 75 miles In,   Tbe Russians are
Legal   idvertlslng of any form, also  a,so Invading Austria, and putting it
,  vernmenl and Municipal Notices 12 | on the defensive.     The Servians   are
per line first insertion   and 8
• :•-   per  line  subsequent  insertions,
bearing arms,  that is,  to men  up to   native population  of  which  are  com-
00     years  of  age,   The  Teuton  alii-  i'1*-' expressions of deep-seated loyalty
coupled  with convincing oilers of service.    It    has      elicited      tenders    ol
troops from     all the colonies.       In
Tbe war  has been in  progress only   timoB of  |)ence the world  often  WOQ.
, four  weeks,  and  the    armies  ot    the   ders how long the heterogeneous   na-
aHies an- only beginning to get fairly   ri""H thllt  '""kp up the empire upon
mice is already putting forth Its full
force  without, stint.
which the sun never sets will hold together; never when England is facing
an enemy in arms.—New York Globe.
h v. ing  10 line's to the inch.
Applications for Liquor Licenses?"!.
Applications feer Transfer of Liquor
  for
•c'0,   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
.tin - noi Ices $7,50.
!  purch es.- Notices, Jf.
Application Notices,    up   to
-,,,,  over   100 words in
■ i ion.
apparently holding their own. The
lirst great conflict between the arm- j
ies Germany is burling against France
and the defending Anglo-French
ces 'is being fought in Belgium.
Xntl  alreadj     '.lennany  and    Austria!
AT  THE  THEATRES
   I
The patrons of the Empress are loud
in their praise of the "Squaw Man,"
the six reel picture shown last nig-lH.
HELPS THE SICK
T0J5ET WELL
A Good Friend To GIN PILLS
The lei ler below is only one of many
tbat show how GIN PILLS are regarded
bv those who bave used tbenn
, iniqn!
^ia^£>
To-night at the Empress theatre tlie
feature will be "The Wife," in two
parts. "The Golden Ladder" and '
"To,, .Much Married," as well as the
are being compelled to put. under Universal Weekly, showing the news
arms  practically   their  whole     male   of the world
population'!   In  the    Franco-German      To-morrow  night  "The  Fox,"   fea-1
I turnip''   Rob   Leonard,   will   be   shown.
Kuril Sterling will in   seen at his best i
in "\\ ighbors."   The warships of the
Iquer France.   Surely the strain upon   British  Navy will also be shown as j
the Kaiser ia already Bhowing notice-1wel1  *ls "Ulster Volunteers   on
War   of   IS70 71   the   Herman   force    of
half a  million  was sufficient to con-
'ably.    For     a  tune,    al   least,  the re-
inforcing "f the German arms by the
March' nnd some fine war pictures.
(in   Friday  night two  reels of  the
| great s<  ial story, "Lucille Love," will
*}ntCrtOI   ||> lib 11 •"••I.V. I U*l   COIUPJlIfg   Landsturm anil Ersatz will hinder the   be shown and on Saturday night the
'""""''! u ork of the allies,  but for the    long   principal   feature  will   be  "The   Man
j who Lost and Won," with three other
"I think it my duty to tell you that
GIN PILLS are a sure cure for Kidney
Trouble and La Grippe.   I suffered so
much with my kidneys and La Grippe
the |   until I usedGIN PILLS, and now would
ROOKE,
im i m
Manager
iml   Editor.
I nil  the exertion  now of every sinew
= '   the Teutons have will exhaust   them
WEDNESDAY   SEPTEMBER  2,1914.   all the earlier.   Germany and Austria
THE PATH OF DUTY
Revelstoke has made the Brat   c< n-
trlbutton to the Empire's need In the
t war and the magniBcient farewell   to  the   Kevelstoke  volunteers  on   [f ^    ^.^  q(  ^  ^.^   ^  ^^
.ire cut off from the world, and surrounded by enemies. The work of
reducing them to submission will be
carried as much througb starvation
and economic disaster internally as
ly  thc allies' force of arms.   Indeed,
pictures. I
Tlie Empress theatre will show in a
few days the Revelstoke Motion Pic- I
tures   of   the   volunteers,   taken   on |
Tuesday last.
not be without them in the bouse.   I
I   shall always recommend GIN PILLS to
I   nnvone 1 know is suffering with their
Kidneys."
Jlits. M. Butler, Vancouver, B.C.
GIN PILLS are sold on a positive
guarantee of money refunded if they
fail to give relief. 50c. a box—6 for
$2.50. Sample free if you write National
Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada,
Limited. Toronto.
MANGA-TONB BLOOD Sc NERVE
TABLETS are the ideal tonic for pale,
I   thiu people. 50c. a box—6 for $2.50. 207
Sunday,  and on     other occasions in
which   troops  for   the  Iron'   have   jias-
.-•'.1 througb the city has been a striking evidence ..f the loyalty of the people ol Revelstoke and ol their etau f:h
• on to the Empire's cause,   'i.t-
friendshlp,  and  pride  Inspired the thousands who thronged     me
■1    inxioiis   to  speed     the    epre-
Bentatives ol the city on their dang-
Gallant as is tbe stunt 'Vd  Sthoae
ivho have  Btarted  fur the  battlefield
entiment   which   animates     'i.ese
who remain  is hardly less admiranie.
Without    a  murmur,    parents    have
rted with      their   sons,   wives  «  tb
their  husbands   and  tiu.se  who have
not  been ci Ib '1 upon to make .■.. su-
prenn       a ici Iflce have given     »v ry
itioi   nl -Men desire i.> shout ler
n  the  : mpire's    need
11 '-••
THE TEUTONS AT FULL STRENGTH
There  [g  good  reason  lor believing
the   ci       '      -    "I   the   eb-sp, aches
which tell ol Germany calling t.e the
rs tht  met   ol the 1 andrtrum and
ail   the  reserves.        The
lei resist, all ai-'cressive action by the
Teuton troops, they could in time
conquer Germany and Austria by
starving them without also subjugating them at the point of the bayonet.
German newspapers recently received
ir. England show wheat to be selling
in Berlin at four times the price it is
in England, The economic disaster
lo Germany is already being felt.
The confidence ol Anglo-Saxons iii
the ultima! • result is unbounded, because they kn.'W their resources in
men and money are vastly greater
than the.se ,,f the Germans, There
can l.e only .me outcome, notwithstanding the greatness of the German
military machine. The allies have
not yet begun to put into play their
whole strength If it is true that
Hein.any   and    UlBtrla   have,   thej   are
already  beginning t.e feel    the pinch.
and     are     nerving   themselves   f.,r     .1
supreme effort.
Purses!       Purses!
Best Quality at Half Price
For   One   Week   Only"
Also
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Mai v   pei • king Just now,
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Phone No.  S WEDNESDAY   SEPTEMBER   2, 1914.
THE MAIL-HERALD   REVELSTOKE
FAGB FIVB
COPVHIQHT UhOLRWOOD L.   LNDLBWOOD, N. V.
RUSSIAN COSSACKS AND ARTILLERY HURLED AGAINST GERMANY
Tin- upper photograph shows the officers of the First Regiment of Oossaoke.    General Slackenberg in
centre commanding,   The lower photograph shows the oraok Second Battalion
ofthe Fifth Brigade ol Russian Artillery
five Months for Theft
of Watch and Chein
Stiner Peterson convicted of stealing a gold watch and chain valued at
$76 from (Hr Shelly was yesterday
morning sentenced by Police Magis -
trate Hamilton to five months hard
labor.
Peterson had been staying with
.-"helly who had paid his board at a
notel. Shelly'a watch and chain were
nissinK and Peterson was arrested.
The watch wns found in Peterson's
sock and the chain secreted in a pillow.
Peter explained that the watch had
leen tied to u button of bis clothes,
.nd had dropped into his sock, but
he had no explanation to make aB
why he hid the chain in a pillow.
Dry Weather Causes Fires
i Continued from Page One.)
in area of 5,nml acres but is now
practically under control. Thirteen
men are engaged in lighting a blaza
m Fry creek while near Midge creek
and a mile from the shore of Kootenay lake another fire is reported.
In the Boundary another fire is reported about 10 mileB up the north
fork of the Kettle river but it Is uot
very bit; and is reported under control. There is also u lightning tire
it  West bridge.
A had tire was reported about a
mile and a half north of South Sloan and a party of men were immediately rushed to the scene while r.
small tire apparently due to carelessness with matches is burning across
the Kootenay river from Taghum.
In the Boundary country all of tbe
fire fighters have been taken out of
the main Kettle river valley with the
exception of about lo.
SHOES   BETTER    THAN   WHISKY.
No Pope Elected on
First Two Ballots
Paris, Sept. -'.— According to a
Rome despatch to the Havas agency,
several thousand persons assembled
this morntng to watch thc chimney
of the festive chapel. Presently
smoke arose then the people knew
that a pope hud not been elected on
the first ballot. Toward noon smoke
again appeared an indication that a
second ballot had been taken without
election. The smoke was from the
burning ballots.
Notice is given in tbe current issue
of tbe Provincial C.azette of the following appointments: Francis James
Hall and Stanley Geary, both of
Hazelton to be clerltB in the govern-
mtnt agency at Hazelton from August 1, 1914". 11. Trinder, of the city
of Kamloops, to bc a member of the
board of examiners for licensing scal-
t rs. Frederick Fellows, of the city of
Winnipeg, to be a commissioner for
taking affidavits within the province
of Manitoba, for use in the courtB of
Uritish Columbia. Sidney Charles
Burt of South Fort George to be a
clerk in the government agency at
South Fort George from April 1, 1914
Henry   Stanley  I.awson.   of  Ashcroft,
to be a junior clerk in the government agency at Ashcroft from August 1, 1914. William Donald Mack ay
of the city of Port Moody, to be a
notary public. To be members of the
board of directors of tbe Campbell
river general hospital until May 1,
1915—Oeorge H Pidock, of CJuathis-
aki Cove, and R.J. Walker, of Gow-
land Harbor. To be chief constables
from September 1, l'.H4—Robert J.
Sutherland of Golden, of the Northeast Kootenay police district; Frank
E. Aiken of Clinton, of the Lillooet
police district; Henry Taylor of Tcte
Jaunc, of the Tetc Jaune police district.
The postal authorities have been
notified by the Ottiiwa government
that The Hindustani Ghadr, published by the Yuganta Ashran society in
San Francisco, is to he barred from
Canadian mails. The publication is
supported hy Hindim who seek the
downfall of British influence in India
and during the Komagata Maru 'incident several Hindus, who antagonised the authorities, were in constant
communication with sympathizers
through use of the oflice of publica -
tion for the distribution of messages.
At one time, word was sent there
that a thousand soldiers had been
sent by the government to massacre
the passengers on the Komagata Maru. Immigration officers say that a
literal translation of "Ghadr" is
"mutiny." 6
A pair of hobnailed shoes will give
a soldier more "fighting blood" than
a supply of "fire water." Attention
is drawn to the fact bj the attitude
of the European nations towards
drink.
The Emperor of Germany forbids
treating in the army. France has ordered the making of absinthe abolished. Lord Kitchener has called upon
the British army to abstuin from
drink in foreign countries.
In ancient times victory was often
followed by riotous scenes. Everyone
who could pillaged the wineshops and
gave hiniBelf over to intemperate Indulgence. As late as the Civil war,
thc term 'Dutch courage' was coined
i nd nowadays lawless characters who
(ontemplatc the commission of crimes key themselves up by drinking
whisky. But an army Is efficient In
accordance with the physical fitness
of the n ii j Ih composing it, and it is
universally admitted that whisky-
soaked units are inefficient. Thc soldier who is well shod and does not become footsore from miirchlng, and
who'is reasonably well fed, is efficient
The tippler is below par. French
reservists are ordered by proclamation to oqUip themselves with two
pairs ol comfortable hobnailed shoes
nnd to "break" them at once so that
when they are called upon for service
they can march comfortably. The
military authorities will reimburse
them for thc cost of the shoes.—
Louisville Courier-Journal,
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WALLS
WITH
HAL L'S
DIST E M PB li
Sanitary Washable Water Paint
Over   One  Hundred   Beautiful Art   Shades
Write for Illustrated Booklet—"How to Decorate''
soi.E  LOCAL AGENTS
LAWRENC :E     HARDWARE
wkvici.stoki-:
< O.,    I/TD.
Ladies benefit by
this oven test—
It allows you to use less flour.
For only flour that makes more
bread and better bread in our oven
test is offered you.
From each shipment of wheat
delivered at our mills we take a
ten pound sample. The sample is
ground into flour in a tiny mill.
The flour is baked into bread. If
this bread is high in quality and
large in quantity we use the shipment from which it came. Otherwise, we sell it.
So your benefit from fljiu^
bearing this name is sure.        \
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"More Bread and Better Bread" and
"Better Pastry Too"        s3o
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Revelstoke's Departmental Store
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
We're still talking about those Suits, Sweaters and  Dresses for the school  children.
The season is early and tlie goods are new and fresh.
Come in and see our early showing of Fall and Winter C >ats lor the coming season.
The very latest Eastern styles and cloths are among these numbers.
We have a new line ol Dresses which we will he pleased io show vou, both for evening
and every-day wear.
Our Specials this we_k are two lines of CHILD'S COATS, one at    $2.90
and one at       $3.90
GOOD QUALITY IN ASSORTED SIZES
HOUSE  FURNISHINGS
A regular 35c SHADE CLOTH  at. per yard     	
PIECE CARPETS at	
Rugs, Mats and Linoleums 20 per cent Discount
10c
One-half price
THE COMFORTER SEASON
is coming.    We have a nice assortment of new goods just in.
Men's Furnishing and Shoe Dep't
Men's Fall Knitted Goods
STANFIELD'S
UNDERWEAR
Pure wool, guaranteed unshrinkable. Made fiom pure
Nova Scotia wool; fine, long fibre. Wears like iron
and as soft as silk; will not irritate the most sensitive
skin.    All rib knit.    Fits smooth and does not bind.
Men s pure-wool Combinations—Closed crotch, rib
knit, natural shade, medium weight, a suit, $3
Men s pure-wool Combinations—Closed crotch, neat
fitting, natural wool. Fairly heavy weight, an
extra good wearer, price, a suit   $4.50
Men's piece-wool   Underwear- two-piece, natural
shade,    An all-the-year garment, price, a gar
ment   $2.25
Men's Silk and Wool Underwear—pure white, two-
piece, extra fine, medium weight, price, a garment   $3
Men's Hosiery
The St. Margaret's Brand.
Pure-wool Hose. British-made.
More than your money's worth.
| SUCCESS-Aplain black cashmere;
the best for the money, price, a
pair  25c
TRIUMPH—A pure-wool cashmere,
plain black. It has been our
leader for years and its popularity continues.    Price, 3 prs. SI.
C 6}—The best men's Sox on the
on the market. Full-sized, unshrinkable. They wear longer
than any other. Full weight.
Price, a pair     50c
I 999 — A pure-wool worsted, rib
knit. A hard wearer and a good
fitter.    Price    3 prs. fer $1
[ 997 — A pure-wool worsted, ribb
worsted. Heather mixture, price,
  3 prs. for $1
SPECIAL Pure-wool cashmere,
fine ribb. The best yet. Price,
a pair     7oc
Grocery and Crockery Department
M About W
COWANS by the pound.
COWANS '.,, % and lb. tins.
BAKERS Breakfast.
FRY'S Homeoepathic.
FRY'S Breakfast.
LOWNEY'S one-quarter pound tins.
VAN HOUTEN'S one quarter, one-half
and 1-lb. tins.
CROSSE C& BLACKWELL'S in one-
quarter, one-half and 1 -lb. tins.
REMEMBER!
we have the best OL1VT.  OIL  in the
market
Mape of Italy
in 30c and 60c bottles, one-half gallon and
gallon tins.
Crosse & Blackwell
in imp half-pint bottles and quart bottles.
Car of ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR just unloaded.
Car of MIXED FEED just unloaded.    A  large shipment of
Huntley  &  Palmer's   Biscuits   placed   ih  stock   this  week.
Peaches for preserving next week. paob ant
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THE   MAIL-HERALD, REVELSTOKE
WKIINK.SHAV   S I'll'TKMH Kit
1914.
TRAINING THE  BLIND
Aridross Delivered to Hevclstoke Women's Canadian Club
'H,,.   following    ad lress  ou   Modem
i iou ol the Blind was given to
.  ,;. ... itoke     Woiuon'a    Canadian
.     .        i        | ,y last  bj  Miaa Grace
, i;n   ,,i, rui-j secretary    ol   the
„ | .,   |   Women     Cunndiau clubs,
in ickburn Baid In part
■ Upon ii time, a long Ulnii
tt}  ,n oui  childhood's
, c tales, ii  chanced tbat I Bpent
,,,,is   ..!'   my   lite   Ln   whnl   1   may
i iiettei   term, call a In-
u.ei   is l.e Bay,     a
,i     instil ntc       The place    to
w ,,.\t   i    .... K.ei Lbault,   Mi
Beautifully  6fituuted   town     at
i  milueuce ul  il"- Cannon and the
. ,n.l i'i..' "i il"' moBt
ilous  and   thrivin     places   In   the
oi    il   the
I) iult    la    a    picturesque  Little
tl   bi lyi       "' ,l"*
,     ,|    the  river Cannon,
■ ,   ■ .. , iwaj  north In     the
,; ■  ction  eei   the  Mississippi  uvea aud
 ; a ; i   be L ike of the Vi n da
liai    ronl lei
.   those   blurts   ire   placed      ln
grounds      md     one tollowing
i , t! thei. the Thattuck
.    ,      in   itate school for
,.,- ,;  und     rtumb, the St    Mary's
,   ,el,am  e i- plBcopal the
.    : e i,,.   tate Inst Ltute
.. blind and the state school lor
feeble minded
i, the "ti ei   side ol the river  rise
-,    |)bishop  Ireland's famous  Pi rocb
ial  schools,  over  which, some litteeu
igo, there was bo much    news
.  ,n mi        the academy   ol    tbe
Bi .ms.  the  collegiate   lust Ltute,
the  public    chools "I  the town.
. ople "i Faribault, proud   >l   ill
il ional bulldlngi
cltj  i be ■ \e bens of the West,"
1 do not   ■.'. isb to be undei
■.gainst    Instil
'     .  hav      icce isarj   in the past
bj  ii;,..'   , i at    deal ol
woi k; .er-   ■ el) us not   i  litt le
bad,   Thsj  will Btlll In a     restricted
be    necesBarj    in  the    future,
when thej   will doubtless, under more
tened   methods,  .le.  much  more
d   ...   : .       . much leas bad.
• ie Bame turn- 1     must confess
o|   ai tht   n elancholy coramunl-
t.. >8 In     which  I  •        i ver taken up
iode,     Faribault  is the it
lople "I the place
positively     • icketed     by
., i ine   looks    to
i ie i Ighl  ■•
■      _  unintellig-
• -  oi   talking on  their  hug
,■• -    One lo ike tu the left
he  Mimi
use t       Bibli
cal     phrae Into thi   ditch.
those
•
a everj bI
tal del the 1 d
time bung out under
park ahie
■
ire' shut u|i In thi     *   I      ' -' '   '
th'- feeble-minded
boys and girls
■
■
en thi
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... ...
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II the*
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WHENBUYINGYEAST
INSIST ON HAVING
THIS PACKAGE
DECLINE SUBSTITUTES
life enough Institut'ionallsm and en-
■ i ie icgregation to last me (or thc
i.':;i oi my existence; and It is just
.•a account of it perhaps that when
later I went to New Vork and came
In contact with Miss Wlnnifred Hull's
efforts on behalf of the blind, ber bu-
preme wisdom ln tluding out that
there is no necessity Ln the world to
segregate thc bliud In order to teach
i hem, thut I threw mysell ln1 o bor
idea  with so much enthusiasm.
Think tor a moment, suppose anyone .'t you had a Little blind boy or
girl, a dear, well beloved, sightless
little brother or sister, wouldn't you
droud the thought of that tender,
helpless child golug away to live
umong strangers and to associate al
« lys with thus.' who, blind like himself, can approach Life oulj from the
blind chilli's life only. And wouldn't
you welcome as an angel [rom heaven
the man or woman who could tell
you and prove his assertion Thai
there is no occasion lor the blind
child to go away from borne; that be
ran stay in the family Circle and go
to   school       daily;   thai   be   call   learn
both to study and to play with seeing hoys and girls, enjoy the whole
some give and take ol normal Child-
lite and be as little marked among
lis fellows as his affliction makes
possible. And that when sehool days
are done he will not have to sit at
borne, a  helpless dependent,  but that
by means of some one or either vocational training, he has received along
with bis Intellectual training, he is
fitted to become a wage-earner, und
can take his place In tbe world ol ordinary men and women?
Or more than this; If you were related ie.. or even if you only knew of
any blind man ur woman who bj re-
. liction was helpless and dependent, an enforced idler living out
ii,    days roc ack and forth in a
cl an .  reading a  little by  means     ol
raised type, playing
or  violin,  ami singing ...  great
for very wearine ; usele
hours,  wouldn't thankful for
son..' one     who knew  how. first    to
' ii it. placcid     weakly li
weakly from disu
nnd  next  to     give tl lie hands;
thai    brain wear,  ol aming,
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mom y thai  h is Ln   t sell and
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running     lone  jump,    high     jumping,
wrest I.
row racing, tug-ol war, skipping, hi'le
and  seek, t
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rowing, cycling,  si
fool  ball, ci Ickef. ba iket  - ill,   golf,
putting   tee-saw, rollet skating, gym-
othei      things    In   imu lei *'■
saw     them     Hi itrll ilJ
wood carving, '-ia? modeling, bent
Iron work, chess, draughts, domlnoM,
cards, anagrams *az works, crambo
arithmetical puzzles, m-jchanlcal put
slei and lust but not least, the keep
Ing and tending of pets, rabbits,
i nei .  parrot i, frogs, gold Qsh,   silk-
Worms  and m, on.
The Industrial and intellectual (eats
and occupations revealed by this
demonstration were of the keenest iu-
lerest   .mil  went   all  the  way  from    a
picture showing a blind reporter typing from her own notes, to a blind
barber shaving a fellow student, or a
lilind broom maker at work upon a
broom.
And  ye1   tor  the  must part this was
Institutional  and   segregation     ovei
again; and what 1 wanted wiih an exposition of Miss Hull's idea of nou-
institutionulisni ami non-segregation
and yet, success!
My opportunity came Ln November
last,  when I   was mice more  in      New
Vork and gave some little time to
the study of the question at the home
ol the New York association tor the
blind at   ns East 5'Jth street.
Hut perhaps you would first     like'
ie, hoar  auw  Miss  Holt hei sell  orig
luaily became Interested In the condi
tion of the     blind'   li    was In this
fashion.
line day. some years ago, two women, sisters and nat Ives o| the cltj
ot .New York, sat iu a concert ball In
an    Italian   city,   listening   l.u a        pro
giam of classical  music.
The hall was but sparsely filled, yet
ti) these too young Americans never
lad an audience possessed such interest and that lor the reason that, near
them Sat a parly of blind hoys whose
delight in the music was not the con
ventional concert goers delight, but
rather a whole hearted enthusiasm,
a positive abandonment ol the moment.
Ami oh, that enthusiasm how eloquent il was of long hours spent in
darkness and inactivity, hours punctuated, It may well be, by the discomfort of discordant Bounds, for the
blind are naturally very sensitive to
sound and suller agonies of discon, •
[ort which the rest of us, not so
nicely   attuned,   escape.
Weil the two American girls sat
ami looked and of the two activities
looking it would appear Wafl at that
moment paramount.. For, as tbey
looked, a vision came to one of  then.
NLILHWUOD.   N.
GKRMAN  ARMY   CROSSING   PONTOON   BRII3GK
on the 29th day of September,  l'J14, sufficient notice of the objection
ai ten o'clock In tho forenoon. The Board at the said meeting wil
All   statements    of      < hum   tu   water determine      the       quantity    if     walei
privileges on these respective streams wnich may be used under each record,
all objections thereto, and the plans the further works which are necessarj
prepared for     the use of the Hoard [or such use, and  will set. dates   foi
will then be open for Inspection. the filing of plans of Buch works and
All persona interested   are entitled for the commencement and completion
to examine  these,   nnd  to  file  Object- of such  works.
ions   thereto   In   writing   if  they  deem1    And   whereas   there   may   be   person-
lit, who,   before   lhe   12th     day of   Marcb
At     this      meeting      Claimants   who I'.iU'.i, were entitled I."  walei' rights on
I.ave   not   previously       dune  Ho     shull the  said      Streams   and   yet   have   not
prove   thi'ir      title   to   lands   to   which filed   statements   of   their   Claims Witb
their water records are appurtenant, the Board of Investigation; such per
Meetings ol the Board of tnvestiga-1 This may  be dune bj  producing,     in Bona are required   to  file   on  or  be
tion      Will  be  held  at   Kevelstoke    on   ease of I low u grant eii  hinds,  Ihe title fore the  21st.  day   of  September,   1914
ihe  nth day of September 1914,   at  deeds or a certificate ui encumbrance n statement    as required by Sectloi
ten '.'cluck in the forenoon fur all ol  or other evidence '■!  title; or incuse _".i4 of the ['Water Act, 1914" or Sec
WATER Al T ANU  MENDING ACTS
AND  WATER ACT,   1914.
BEFORE THE  BOARD  OF
INVESTIGATION.
In the Matter of all Streams in the
Revelstoke Mining iii\islon.
ol all the blind  In their native city,  EUCn streams    Iraining Into the Oo-   of lands not  bold undei  Crown grant  tion  28 of the  "Water Act"  as am-
who rarely,  if ever, had the satisfac-
of going to a musical entertain-
luinhia   liver   north   of  the   main   line ly   producing the  pro-omption  record, ended in  1111.1.    Forms (No.  ."ill for  ir
of the Canadian Pacific Railway,    at the agreement of     sale,   the mining rigatlon, ami No.  51  for other   pur
ment of   any    kind, but who, could   Kevelstoke    on     the 10th day of the record, a certificate ol search in the poses)     may     be obtained from any
they go would, doubtless be as happy   h.|j,i month at ten o'clock In the lore- Dominion Laud Otliee, or other doou- government agent In the province.
' ver It as well as these Italian boys.   ,,min fur all of such streams draining ments of title. Haled at Victoria,  B.C , the   12th
But  heing      Americans and  practical,   into the Columbia river between Wig- Objections   Will   be   heard   forthwith day  Of August.   1914.
ii the party objected to has received
Sufficient  notice uf   tbe   objection.
The  Board  at the said  meeting  will
•
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this young woman did not merely sc.' ,,-:tm   Railway   Station  aad  the  inain-
ViSlons   and   dream   dreams.   She   told l)ne 0( the Canadian I'acitic  Hallway,
her thoughts     to ber sister and the cmd ai  Arrowhead on the twelfth day
two put their heads together,     With nf the said month at I'll o'clock   m  determine the    quantity   of     water
rapid gradations of ideas and reason- the forenoon for all of such streams  which may bc used under eneb record,
Ing Tin   ladies soon came to tbe con- draining Into tho Columbia river be-  the further works which are necessary,
:   that as there were often spa;'- i0w Wigwam Station. [or such use, and Will set   dates for
filled i mcert halls in New" York      All statements  of     claim to water   the uhng of plans ol such works .and
o, then j  unsold   or rrivlleges on these respective streams  foi   the commencement and complet
ticket tickets ,11 objections thereto, and tbe plans   [on of such works.
night well be given to tei: - prepared for the use of the Hoard will
■ i them- be open for Inspection,
Vnd   all •■ thout    the     All persons interested are entitled
to   examine   these,   and   to   tile   Objections thereto in writ ing il they deem
I ' that fit.
lay cry st t took t At these meetings claimants     who
For the  Hoard  of  Invesigatlon.
.1. F.  ABM8TR0NG,
Chairman
• WATER ACT **    ANU   AMENDING
ACTS   and  "WATER   ACT,   1914."
a Btatement as required by Scctiou
294 I'f the "Water Act, 1914" or Scc-
'Waler Act." as um
Forms (Nu. 50 for
irrigation,  and  No.  ."il  [or other pur-
nd   lave   not   previously   done  so      Bhall   forc  the J Ist  day of  September,   l'JH,
. •■■ the  ■ sea   prove their     title to lands to which
•     • run   by   their  water  records  are  appurtenant.
-'   This may he dune by producing,     in   tiun  JS  of  the
anner.    case of Crown-granted lands, the title  ended in  1913.
times i eeda ot a certificate of encumbrance
gsl   or other evidence of title; or ln case   poses)     may  I btalned    from nny
. ider   of   ol lands not held under Crown grant,   government   agent   iu   the   pruvince.
'        • iti ..I.   by producing the pre-emption record,      Dated at  Victoria.  \IA'., the      Uth
the agreement "f sale, the mining re-  day of Aiugust, 1914.
■ ' cord, ier other document of title. .   por n,.  Board ol  Investigation,
.ind a Objections will be beard  forthwith j. p, ARMSTRONG,
'   :. the party objected to has received
eufl tice of the objection.
The Board at the said meeting will
letermine    the    quantity  ol     water
•   ■ rk   which may be used under each record,
titute for tbi lie further works which are necessary
lot  inch   i A -.-.;i! Bel datis    lor
tbe Rlli - of i ] ins of such works and
t;-;.- commencement and completes. •'" streams lluwing from the west  mt,,
And where     there ma)  be persons  the 8ald     Shuswap   River    between
the 12th day  of March,    BhUBWap Lake and the mouth of For-
■ •    I ti   - iter i-.ghts o„  tune Creek but not including "fortune
I  yet  have   Creek.
I   tin ir   claims        Al"'  '"  ""
Before the Heard of .Investigation
In the Matter of the Eagle River i
•uni   whereas  there   may  be  persons   tributary  of   Shuswap  Lake  and    oi
the  tributaries  ot  the  said     Eagli
River,
A meeting of the Hoard of Investigation Will be held at Sicamous on
the Urd day of October, 1914, at tive
ii'cluck in thc afternoon.
All statements of chums to water
privileges on these respective streams
all Objections  thereto, and the plans
who, before the 12th day Of March,
l.iii'.i. weie entitled to water rights ou
any Of the said streams and yet have
in it filed statements of their claims
witb the Board Of Investigation; such
persons are  repined to tile on or be
I repnred for the use .if the Hoard will
then he open lor  inspection.
All persons interested are entitled
to examine these, and to tile objections thereto in writing if they deem
tit.
I At this meeting claimants who
I ave nut previously done so Bhall
prove their title to lanls l'i which
tacir water records are appurtenant,
Tbis may be done by producing, in
WATER ACT" ANU AMENDING case of Crown-granted lands, the title
ACTS and "WATK.lt ACT,  1914."      deeds or a  certificate  ol  encumbrance
or other evidence ol title; or iu case
ol lands not held under Crown grant,
In Ihe Mallei  of the Shuswap River   bj  producing tho pre-emption record.
i tributary of Bhuswap Lake and   ol   the agreement ot     sale,    the mining
record, a certificate ol search in the
Dominion Land oilice, or other documents of title.
Objections   will   be  heard   forthwith
if the party objected to has received
Matter Ol nil streams   sufficient notice of the objection.
Chairman.
Before the Board of investigation
I .      ligation; such  draining Into the said shuswap River
Die ' a ur be
Irom   ll ast      and    north  between determine     ehe     quantity ol     water
ShUBWap Lake and Mabel Lake. which may   he used under each record
A  meeting of the  Hoard of Invcsti- the lurther     works which are  neces-
v.    |M4#.i  Ki.r.i, "on Will be held at  Knderby on thc Bary lor such UM, and will  set dates
and Ne.
ii
\ugiisi.    1914,
lulred by section
I i
tion,
I   K   Al'.M ITRONQ,
Chairman.
m, ana no    el f'.r
'h.-r pen pi be ul,I.lined Irom
• in the province
'
iat I • -   •  .
illnd pi
workei
• /   fur   working    I
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tell you how the Misses n ill then
irgania id the Ne ■ STorti assoi i .in,-.
fu the blind, the study the pul ta
to It; the    money they put :
icrlficea the   madi fot   I     now
thev   gave   it   their       thought '.   their
time, then labor ami I bnv   no doubt
■•mil  day  ol  September,   1914,  atone ior the filing ol planB of Buch works,
o'clock  in the alternoon. and lor the commencement and corn-
All  statements  Ol  claimB  to  water pletlon of such workB.
.   ,    |,    ,      t)ll, rjjtb   Privileges on these respective streams And whereas there may  be persons
WATER   \< T \M>    AMKNUINi;
: and   'WATER   \'T.  1914."
iief.il.  - rd "t Investigation
all Objections thereto, and the plans who, before the 12th day ol March,
prepared foi the use ol the Hoard will 1909, were entitled to water rights
, then be open for Inspection. on any ol the said streams and yet
All persons lcter<SSted are entitled lave not filed statements ol their
iu examine these, and to Die ohjeo- claims with the Board ol investigations thereto In writing if they deem tion; Bnch persons arc required to
nt fie on or betorc the Jlst day ol Sep-
\t  Ibis i ling claimants who have tcmber,  1914,   a statement  as  requ r-
lee.t   previously  done  so  shall    prove ed by Section  J'.I4 ol the "Water Act,
their title to lanls  to  which     their 1914,"  or  Section  28 ol the  "Water
watei  records are appurtenant. This Act" as amended in 1918.  Forms (No
may  be dune hy  producing,  In     cnBe 50 lor Irrigation, and No. 61 lor oth-
ol      Clown granted      lands,   the title er purposes)      may he obtained from
deeds ora certificate Ol  encumbrance any government agent in tbe province
,,i   other evidence ol title; or in case Dated at  Victoria,  H    0., the IJth
of lands not held under Crown grant,
I y  producing the pre emption record,
I
in the Mattel  'ef    Granite   Or-aek
Ciuioe  rreek.     and  of    all   tributaries the  agreement   of  sale,   the  mining rent   Salmon   Arm   which  are Situate  In ,'""1. "   Certificate   of   search     In     the   it
their  prayers.    Bufflce  Ll   I     say tbat   Townships  19  and   30 In    nnners  in Dominion Land  OfflOS, or other docu-
the association      was  lormed,   housed I and   ll   Went  Ol the Sixth  Meridian, meats oi title.
 , I   A „ ting ol the Board of invcsti      Objections will tie heard forthwith
(Continued  on Page T.) gatlOD   will   he   held   at   Salmon   Arm ''  'I'"  PWtJ  Objected  t.,  bus received
day of August, 1914.
Fur the Board ol Investigation.
J. F. ARMSTRONG,
Chairman.
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work rooms, amusement balls, nil >li'-
slgned with the i<l»*n ol day by duy
training, education and employment
for the blind, and at nigbt home,
inut like nny other members of the
community, to family Intercourse aud
rest nnd recreation, Listen now to
what tho association bas done ln its
Beven years of existence In the City
1 ul   New   York.
it  Btarted with an unreliable   list
; nt 1000 names   of    supposedly blind
persons; it has listed 10,000 and come
in touch with     approximately 7,000.
li started the Bret ci ilttee for the
prevention of blindness and largely
througb it the prevention of blindness has become a national and even
Bit International subject of inquiry
ami sflort, it seem ed ,,a amendment
te. the education law making the ed
ucatlon of blind children compulsory;
so that the blind shall no longer bo
forced Into Ignorant and helpless ltv
is or compelled to become beggars
or drudges.
lt published tbe flrst magazine for
'blind children in the United states,
li opened the Bret classes for the
blind in New > • mk state, where tbey
could ne educated without being taken away from home ties. lt. started
the lirst workshop tor blind men
where  they  cane     chairs and      make
brooms,   And the wages paid in that
shop Bince thai daj have amounted
to 811,337.80.
it gave the inst systematic teaching outside of an asylum—always ro
member that—in knitting, sewing,
crocheting, weaving, bedwork, lmsket-
ly, pottery, domestic science, dancing, gyiimasties, music, bookkeeping,
typewriting stenography, typewriting
from phonographic dictation, telephone     switchboard   and so on.   lt
started the tirst home teaching of
trades also reading and writing. And
for this work it has missionary blind
teachers, who go from home to home
among the tenements teaching and
reading. It started the first systematic  social   service  clubs  among    the
blind with Incalculably good ellort,
both as to encouragement and cheer.
It, opened the tirst salesroom for
goods manufactured by blind persons.
Started the tirst clubs for blind men
and women, and gave the first blind
workers exhibition.
Finally—and 1 should like to emphasise this point—it started the first
educational campaign to instruct the
seeing public as well as thc blind by
talks, literature and exhibitions, concerning the need for an effort toward
thc prevention of blindness: The
training and control of midwives: The
scientific care of infantile ophthalmia
Information concerning the dread
trachoma Impairment of vision
through improperly lighted workrooms, workshops nnd factories; eye
strain: The drinking and inhaling of
wood alcohol in its relation to blindness. Preventable industrial accidents: The dangerous hatpin: The
fatal towels- The dangers of -
immorality and so forth.
On the occasion of my visit, to the
settlement I saw instruction given to
women and girls in silk and linen
weaving and in the weaving of rugs.
Ttieu sat at great looms, did these
Sightless weavers, just as you hnve
seen the Qi hlins worker at it in their
fa 'is     atelier in Paris,     und very
proud they were that I should see
how deftly they can set a warp an 1
with what a feeling for forms and
coin r they can run through it thc
varying threads oi the pattern forming wool.
I saw other women planning and
cutting aial sewing garments as cleverly and as economically as any sighted person, their sensitive fingers
moving      with   what   to   my  eyes  ap-
pean ei a magical agility.
But the feature of Miss Holt's
work which I should most like 0
cull to your attention is her realisation that 11 is just as possible to
teach the tiVi.iil child in the public
schools as it is any other child.
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- <    i '. ar   ■ Me.:<«  , ■        i. n receipt
  .. Dai e, Co. Bt ' uthorlnoe,
Ontario.
Ryrie Bros.,
Limited
134-138 YonieSt.
Tt)Ht)ISTt>
Ayer's Pills
Gently Laxative.    Sufiar-coated.
Dose, one pill, only one.
Sold for 60 years.
\<X Your Doctor.        Monttaal, etmooo
CANADIAN
PAC I FIC
REDUCED FARES
For
Summer of 1914
On Sale June 1 to September 30
Final Return Limit October 31
Winnipeg $60 Montreal
St. Paul $hO si. John   .
OhloaRn $7>.r.O Halifax   .
Toronto       $92 New N ork
•M.'.O
■4129.35
*I08.50
Compartment  Observation Cars—Electric Lighted---Standard
Sleepers
"Canadian Pacific Service "
A. WARRINGTON
Ticket Agent, Revelstoke
Reasons are given by
'Economic Advertising"
"It is keeping everlastingly at it the quiet, continuous brand of publicity that worries its way
through to success in the long run ?.nd it is difficult
to find any justification for breaking the continuity
of advertising during hot weather.
"Clothes have to be worn and the nece-saries of
life provided for, and almost every article with the
exception of purely seasonable goods is in equal demand in the summer as in the winter.
"Then, again, in the summer people do not work
so hard there is more leisure time, and just because
they have more time for reading it is logical to state
that they have more time for reading advertising.
"To the modern housewife any respite from the
trlaring pavements is welcome. She reads the advertising columns of the local paper, and makes it her
shopping guide, especially in the summer. Missing
at this time is losing momentum which will take
considerable time and expense to regain at a later
date."
The Mail-Herald reaches the permanent, earning
classess. ln the home it stays, tlie newest edition of
buying guides. It contains the leading merchanta'
latest announcements.
Increase Your Summer
Advertising in the Mail-
Herald and Get Your
Share  of  the   Business.
WIAIL-HERALD: BEST FOR LOCAL NEWS FACIE BIGHT
1
THE   MAIL-HERALD. REVELSTOKE
WKDNKHDAV   SKI'Ti'IMIIKH   2,  l'.ll-S
BRIEF LOCAL NEWS
■Mrs,   .1.  II.  Hamilton  returned    em
I- .mliiy   li-.iin   N'l'lH.en
l>_ r. ii.   Hervey,  superintended , ol
[e uninieeii parks, in at  the Hotel Rev
toke,
E, S. Gluspia oamc iu rrom the Bl -
Bend •'" Mond ly and registered :ii
•  e King Edward.
M. K. McQuarrle, uf Revelstoke, re
s lont  i'.i'.It. engineer,  wai   In  towi
ii aaj    Goldon Star
There  .vill he h  mcotlng ol the Re
I  Sojletj    every     Wednosdaj   Irom
, i ,   , ; ' p.m.  at  thc R.Y.M.C, \
.    si   Ladie   Gold Watch Inl   ai ■
i   i,   il,  ton dollars reward   ll
od to    B, Third street       5 p
I ,   Mountain   Rangers   will
 .it.'.I te, win  i trength   Orders
that  elfect  are expected  to lie is
n edlately.
trlotlc dance  undei   the    rus-
p ft veil tokc  Reltcl  socletj
be    given  on    Friday   evening,
, -. the drill ball.
i. i: oke,  C.P.R,
train,      ter, was hero Prides on busi
tn  connect Ion    t, Ith  b 9 depai I
;olden Star.
Hon. Thorn is Tayloi.  J/Ii ilsti
'. .i-:.-^   i 'i'   \ i It ou
||   ;,r|  [OH     "I        Hi''     C   1 I'. * > '
■ pe  -'i indard
I    \\ Coursier is     In th
i si . ittack 'it
. o following i chill Inst Thurs-
■   • •   i eing ovei hi at id
. McNeil   nee! Miss M. Galb    iti
i •  : ere ami
i       ird last
1,   .1 .eel'l      :\,< . -
I    Martin   lm pect 01
i  -  provincial    departn
t.e       ■etui ned  t ■»
ifllciul dutles
'.   !•'.   Si
.    • e|     l'|     thl      ''I lll'i
' ■ ■ ri .Me.inl iy fnr Cl inbl OOK .Mule
i • ... ike, be staye I ,■■ ■ Hotel
RevelBtoke,
. .nei.il Coi   I
. •   New   Denvi r  b i transferred
t.i Lytton.     i;. M.  Gunn,  .
constable  at  Trout   Lake
tran-:. 11 id to New Den
i       • Stewart.
■       i      ■ '   thi      o Agri
cultural   association      it
nn • Friday, decided I
the fall lair for  IU14.   This
Was :i ached  afti r a tl       i        i view
of the i■■       ■ ni.I
t that        ny ot hi. wil]
be  n,ade  upon  t : th
Low     pi ople.
:■■■
:\ I t  Big       El
•  by J. Floi khart
« .'i to the
Mrs.  Maxon  and  hei   ■   ■
and theii presi ni • togi
1 -
,- and thi
Bday  aft
tei       lot       •  -■
rently
I
"
'hose having
'ii,.    ■-,'
ional   C'llumn
,p  phone
■
...
The Rebekab lodge will egive a dance
lu  Masonic hull on  Monday evening,
L. I'linni'tt n( Crescent Valley, reg-
iBtered it the King Edward on Monday.
(i. S. McCarter left on Monday on
a visit to Salmon Win and Kamloops,
Lieut, Grant of the Rook; Moun
tain Rangers, arrived In tho city yes-
i tri'day
Dr. Sutherland will leave Ottawa
on Friday night on h'is return to Revelstoke
Dr, M. G, Archibald of Kamloops,
was a guesl it the Hotel Revelstoke
e ni  Mondaj.
The i lanadian Pacific railway police
have been armed with revolvers, bell
und  cartridges
Lieut. Grant le relieving Capt,
Sawyer In chat r- of the lines ol
communlc iti >n
Sergt.     .).     Quintan ol the Rocky
it .ir. Rangers, has been promoted  i'e Regli iei tal     ei ft  Majoi.
•1. M. Calgary,   superin
tendent if branches for P. Burns i
Co., is resist red it tbe Hotel Revel-
-i oke
Owin    to the s  the price oi
' obacco b i - be ■ i li ci a isi •! locally
from  t ■•■'.   ind one ha     -     live cent6
per   p ee-
It    ii that   Rev,    \v.
■ ' nblej   Hall , .   jervlces
to  tl ■ en!...,  as chap-
* *    * al the front.
vas taken In by
terday,   the  fees
"'   '"Ch •■ -.   i  calf      and
i  ie    One h n at ill In     the
: '■ 3mlth ch ■ ■ : ■ ith rl ling a
bicycle ■ ippeared be-
to™  p Magistrate Hamilton this
'   ivith     a
bave    been
ra ide to join 1 iy tra
corps   ■ .• form
at Ion,   Tb i
eers    bra .   |
1 ..I s.
\ I-,.
lithic  p
*
■  ■
*
■
ta x.   A meet ■
--
■
l-l'i
•    ' ■        rt created
■    ■
-
■
•   ■
where Mi-h. Thompson win undergo
an operation at the Mayo Brothers
hospital,
Mrs. Douglas Knox in at Sicamous
for a   few  days.
Mr, vv. a. Anstie left tor the coast
on Tuesday for a short business trip.
Mr. Poupore left on the steamer
Revelstoke on Tuesday morning for n
trip  up country.
Mr,   and   Mrs.   Fred   HewH  are   now
keeping house at the corner of Four
j ih street and Orton avenue.
Mrs, Wlckens and Hon, left on the
midnight train ou Monday for their
new   home  al   Red  Deer,   Alberta.
Miss Edith Audrain, who has heen
visiting her sister Mrs. Hoot for a
few weeks, left on Sunday for her
lioine  in   Winnipeg,
Miss Eaton one of our popular
teachers, returned on Bunday (rom
a two months visit spent at her old
home   in   Nova   Scotia.
Mrs. Frank Cochrane who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. Christian
of Lumby for the nasi, three months,
teturned home on Sunday last.
Miss Morton, who inm been visiting
ber sister Mrs. a. B, McCleneghan for
the past 18 months, has returned to
her home ai   Portage la  Prairie,
Miss Greenslade, who has been vis
Itlng Mr. and Mrs. Angus .McLean
Bince June .'.:, ret m nod on Sunday to
her home at Portage la Prairie.
Chief Parry was laid up a couple ol
days   Ihi-i   week   with a   Blight   attack
of la grlpp;, lie went on duty again
at one o'clock on Tuesday afternoon.
Ihe  W.C.T.U,  will  meet   on   Friday
nexl at   I::i0 at  the home of Mrs. w.
•I.  Dickey 'if    Third     street      Mis.
Lashlej   Hall  will addresB the meet
ing.
Miss Collins deaconess of the Mount
et   Methodist church,  Vancouv
cr, is visiting Rev. and Mrs.  Lashley
Hall  for a   few   lays on  her  way  home
to Collingwood
Mrs.    Jack     Rutherford of    Third
street,   spent   lhe   week   end at    Three
Valley.   Her little nelce, Ella,     who
-.  visiting her for a month, re-
turned to hi ■  home at Three Valley,
at  the same time,
i)   12 of rn,. younger sot. chap.
1 by Mi>. C.A. Procuniet. walked  '■■ the     Thirteenth     Crossln ■ on
Mondaj   ifteri n foi   a  picnic.       A
very jolly time   was spent    by   all
■ ■ elr re-
turn 'i
Mi -   ■ i- McC ,i tei  i'ii'.
Five bun-
:   until  time  for    the
and  aft.-
il    H.
ladies prlzi  and Eric
■
work   w .
■
*   * • ■   .
*
SIKIAlANDPfRSOMI
Edited by Mrs. Ra
■
the men fi .    .
-.   1.     i I      ild
teen engaged fighting t
got lost tn tl
lays thl
the party on thi-.r   a ,.
Monday morning  by I iking  a
trail.   Tbey   were  only   mlastl
the party retur:....I to Golden, and J.
Linney and T. Wtlsoi i it tt
l
-.i ■
Jack   Shuttlewood   returned
■
00 ■■  In  search for  them.   Shortly   al    duties   it  Glacier on  Sunday   having
ter daybreak  on    Thursday  morning   '■"'■'   ■ "■""    '  two   • I isrenta
i        nan were found
Notice is given In ' t. Issue
cl tbe Brit lata izette thai
certlB<catea of Incorporation have
ranted to 1 be following companies. The A. H. Cushing i
company, (Vancouver), Ltd., with a
capital ot 820,000; The Auto Mud
Truck company with a i ipital ot IF 10-
|j   , ;   Lynn   Valley    Copp«    coin
i any,  --''•".  P tdfli  Standard   oil
company, 1180,000; Victoria Furniture
company, limited, 110,000; The Victoria & Island Development aSSOCla
tion. The Canadian Universal Film
company and Tildcn Gurney ,v
pany, limited, are granted licenses as
rxtra-provlnclal C'jmpantes.
arenc.e.
have returned from points near Calgary where they have spent, a month
■-r  two.
Miss   Mountain.      Cousin   Of   Mr    It
M.   Howson  of  this  city,   Iimh
the  Queen  Victoria hospital  a*    pro
i ' i-itlP.T.
Mrs. (J. Meiklejohn who has been
nsltint; Mrs. W. I). McKenzie for a
.■.eok, returned to her home at Knm-
loops  on  Sunday.
Mrs.   and  Miss   Kva Thompson    left
00  Monday     evening  for  their     new
borne  at     Hamilton,  (int.   They  are
j staying   ofl   at      Rochester,      Minn .
■
• ■
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■
■
The bi
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quietly at
■••   \i   Lai
'■n  Tn ting   |a   honor
nix young men irho will st    •
'!•■ for their    several "difgeM|  ,-,,.
Bert  and   Jltn  Lawrence.  Douglas Md
Arnold     McCartei    and theli  fi
'•.in Kelson, Mi   Hei *rl  Bird   Viv.
i nndreii wMq played ami    aft<trwarda
lancing    was enjoyed  until  three a.
m    Mrs    Leonard    Wood won    the
ladlM  priM  lor      cnnN      and  Mi    11
•.loi I liner the gentlemen's.
(urn   roast,  on   Friday   last,      Every
one met at the school and tramped
out  to  the  cricket  grounds,  where    a
big bon-flre was built and tho corn
roasted, llacon wns also cooked and
i laced between     well buttered rolls.
Games were played and songs ming
until a late hour. The song that
n,ade the bOBt bit Of the evening was
"We'll hang the old Kaiser to a sour
apple  tree."
The members of the Revelstoke Ro
lief society wish to thank Mr.     Mc- j
Oleneghan,    manager of the Imperial i
hank,   for  li in  help   in   looking    after, [
and counting the money for the hospital ship and for wiring it free of
Charge to Victoria, also to thank Mr
Kflink McCarty for the use of his
motor truok, on several occasions to
deliver apples to the soldiers at the
train.
The   Rell'd  society   met   on  Saturday I
afternoon at the Y.M.O.A., S22 ladles
met and sewed all all.ernoon on tho
26  'kits'  to  he given  to soldier  hoys,
who went through on Sunday.   Dur
ii.g  the  afternoon      Mrs.     Kilpatrick
sri veil   tea and biscuits to   the   needle
w in, which were greatly approclat
ed, Mi. Murray Hume donated the
tea, and verj excellent tea It proved
ie. be, Some ol the biscuits had a
plcturo ... I he world on them and one
■'I   the   ladies      remarked      that  she
would bite off Germany lirst.
Among   those      who  have   responded
lee iha call ol the King to tho colors,
there wer me more popular     and
esteemed than Messrs. F.H, Allwood,
!•:.   A.   Ilovle and   .1.   V.   Young.  There
Is quite a romance 'in connection witb
Mr. Allwood's ease. Do not gel excited. There is nn "cherche la (em-
mo" but a romance of fact.    While a
tlldenl    it   McGill   university   he    al
i iched himself to an artillery corps,
nnd served three years as ,". gunner,
and was mi Ihe rcsvrve list, UtllOUgb
III    held a   responsible   position  as city
engineer here, and although he had
nei been ordered to thc front, yet,
he wired the Adjutant Commandant
it  Val Cartier, thai he would like to
serve   the   King      and   Country,       and
could recommend two expert telegraphers. An immediate response was
wired asking them to reporl at once
to the nearest  C mundunt and get
transportation, They went to Kamloops   last     Saturday  evening,   passed
their medical examination, and re-
turned on Sundnj night to straighten
up their personal affairs prior to
their departure on Monday's No. 2.
They wer ven ., royal farewell.
BUSINESS LOCALS
Scribblers,  pencils,     pencil    boxes,
BChOOl   'lau-s.   etc.,   fOI   stalling      the
child to school ,t Macdonald's drug
store.
Hard ... Soft Coal in all sizes for
furna-ce, stove or range us-. Prices
right at  Counter's.  Phone 44.  AiG.tf.
Special  pries on dinner seta    at
Howson's. t.f.u.p.
Scho d  Hooks at Macdonald's drug
-All tbe new ones.
Naomi   Rehekah  Lodge  N".   Jl,  lave
■ i    effort to give the    beat
if  the season  on   Sept.   ",   '..ii>-
■   in  the    Masonic hnl!.     Qood
.-   id floor, good supper, Kv-
erybody come, H.I50 per couple,   r.uc
iMl.p.
I
Look!—yes   y^ai   can   If   you '
- •  those glassee fitted   at J.     Guy,
• r'g.
map of Europe,  2">c at   Bews'
*■',    I maid's
curtains, drap
 US,     etc.,      at
t.f.n.pl
•   cukes   for
l'i drug store.
ty  Will
ild oi in-.'
• •  guards along
■ ' •    ,   The nt
■    \   B    Kit,raid's
I >
A      '        lat.e-t     and
Harold Hell Wright, »u-
'     f ' ■;     Hills."
lie at
hcHt. valleys in the Interior ot British Coliimhin. Apply llox K., Muil-
llerahl Oflice.
"FOR SALE—Cheap, a baby buggy, In
lirst class condition, Apply 182,
Third street, west. t.f.n.p.
FOR RBNT— Rooms to rent with
board. Near post office, excellent
cook, moderate terms. Apply
H. Gale, Rokeby a ven no.    t-Lnj).
FOR SALE Household Furniture,
('an be Been at 12 First street, on
to the war, Sp.l ).p
TO RENT Modern furnished house. -
Revelstoke General Agencies.
WANTED    Hook keeping   hy   the   day,
w k or month, Auditing nnd collecting.   Box  317,  Revelstoke.     tff.
TO RENT—A furnished house m Sec
end   street,   west,   near  school.     Ap
ply   to   Mrs.   ,1.1'.   K icdy,   Cowan
Block, Sp.fi.n.p.
TO LET -Front room on Third street
about a block east of McKenzie avenue.   Gentleman preforred,     Apply
W.S.   in   care   .Mail Herald,       t.f.n.p.
SPRINKLING LAWNS
Notice is hereby given that water
must only he used for the above pur ■
poses between the hours of 7::S0 aud,
V'lli In the morning and between the
hours of 7 and 9 p.m. in the evening
The penalties of the water bylaw win
be strictly enforced, ns several reports have heen lodged where' water
has he'ii allowed to inn night and
dny. Those not, complying with this
order  will   he prosecuted,
WANTED Vou tin Jnpunese hoy wishes situation. P.O. Box hli'>, City,
•lack. Sep.!) p.
FOR SALE—New tour-bjole cooking
stove with reservoir, Western Green
Apply s. i.'aie,  Rokeby Av.    t.f.n.p.
If you want what you want when you
want it try Mail-Herald Want Ads
m
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All changes of advertise »■
ments must positively he [hi
handed  into  this     office  by   {8|
Monday evening in order that V
the    Change   shall   appear   In i'kl
Wednesday's  issue,    and   any W
changes   intended   for   Satur- |aj
day's issue must he banded in ■
not   later     than       Thursday <■]
evening of each  week. p|
is is rs is s is h is is ii si rats -si
WAINF  ADVTS.
ci i.kt   Spacious mil lighted nfiirrs
to let.    Apply roreat Hills of B.O,
Limited ( f n ,,
L
On Tuesday, oni t.iack kitten
Reward if returned to Di   MeL>sao,
I f .np.
i" nt   RBNT  Comfortable weii f,irn-
ii.lnd   l.edrooms for  single  men,  use
of sitting  room  hath,  hot  and cold.
\ppiv Forest mum       lg.36.1 f.
The teachers and puplli m the high  WANTED   Houii    in   Revelstoke.   in
"' I   ''ad a   very   Jolly   time   at their       ctrhange fur fruit   land (0  one of the
Empress Theatre
Programme
Tilli..\N   -The \\ Ifc, very g 1
Eclaii foal iii-.- in i wu' parte
(lolden l.ailih v, Victor, Too
Much Married. I'nlversal
Weekly, showing nil tin-
World's news.
THURSDAY The Fox, Rex
■ llama featuring Hoh l.e on.u<l
and   lla/.il   l!in kliain.  2 pill ts.
The Old Maids Triumph,
Powers. Neighbors, great
I'ord Stei ling comedy, P o be
Weekly War News, Warships
"i the British Nnvv, the Ren
Dom iif tlie North Sea, Ulster
Volunteers on the march. The
King Voting Knglanil cheers
the King al Cainhi Idge. Mis
Maji'.-ty lakes his ;iial oil lo
Empress audience. London
views. Westminster, Field
tmn ( ompetil ion, Royal N i\al
Resei ve. Hyde Park. Duke of
Argyll in Scotland. Cricket
season opens, Surrey ami
Nortliants. Battle of Torr-on
showing Mexicans fighting.
FRIDAY Lucille Love, the
(•ii I of Mystery, giea>test set lal
stoi v, two parts, \ aseo, tin.
Vampire.   Mexican Warrior.
SATIIUIA Valid Malime. L'::;-'
The Man Who Losl Bul Won.
glial Imp with Alex Garden.
tWO     paits.        Taint    of    the
Alien. Powers. Their l-'ii-t
Anniversary. Texas Oil Wells.
MONDAY Three-reel feature,
Triumph of Hind,
TUESDAY       Three-reel,    The
Bolted   I)    Kerrigan,   also
A tiood Little Devil, w Ith dear
little Mary Pickford, Uve reels.
The Empress Teeatre will show
the Revelstoke Motion ri,-.
t mes taken last Thursday in
tbe  course  of  the nexl  few
days.
WATCH5'
THIS BOTTLE
 IlowTmces
|5MG0^»t
SCHOOL BAGS
al old pi ires
Lenthei Bsgs.HOc to 1.50
SCHOOL
SCRIBBLKKS
in many   new designs,
each, 5c
PUBLIC SUHOOLand
lilt.II SCHOOL
ROI IKS
BEIVS' DrugStort'
Don't spend another
Night Coughing
Mathieu's Syrup of Tar
and Cod Liver Oil taken at
bedtime will chase the cough
ind giveyou and those around
yon a gixxl night's rest.
Takrn regularly it soon
dispels even the most clinging cough as its valuable
tonic proeperties strengthen
the blood which will then
quickly restore tbe inactions
tissues to their original
health.
He sure you get Matbieu's
Synip of Tar and Cod I.iver
Oil, the most popular cough
cure iu Canada.
Sold everywhere. 35c large
bottles.
J. I- M-VI HIM! CO, I'rop,
Sheecrbrooke  P.Q.
It row i-nt,l „fr,T,,\. take MittMto'e
Sernoe lirm.lert ,n t >*jimdvm ,,-uti he
UM.ieu I Sfrup. Tl*/ei-rrmltbe d,q*Ued.
tile ntiru O* hea-l .i«.l hmb. ,nL dMU;nmlr.
IKtic iu rowdtr*).
Big Bargains in Our Stock of Men's
and Boys'
Summer Underwear
Straws
Panamas
Underwear
Tennis Flannels
Summer Oxfords
Men's Suits
Boys  Wash Suits
White Vests
McRae Mercantile Co.
THE ROYAL SHOE STORE FOOTWEAR
'Shoe. That Satiafy."
Ladies American Sotit Evening Pumps       $5.00
Ladies American Patent Evening Pnaps     4.25
Ladies' American Kid Eveaing Psmps  3 75
Ladlw' American Rvening Pumpaln IllHck and White Satin, %H~i> to
$t.ii".   Ladl<ss  \i loan Pins Kid Evening Punips tint heels. $4.1)0
If It's ntll    welmvi'il      If we luive it    it's new.
REVELSTOKE'S FOREMOST SHOE STORE
ROYAL SHOE  STORE
HOWSON  BLOCK

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