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 1  .  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol. X., No. 3.  ABBOTSFORD. B, C.^ FRIDAY,    April 30    1915  8  $1.00 per Year  r. -  /fcs  The Sale of Sweater Coats,   Men's  Underwear, Men's and Women's  Boots and Shoes is to  be continued:  Sweater Coats at  COST  '���������    MEN'S     UNDERWEAR  "' '"      Regular $1.25 at  75c  Regular $1.50 at' ....'....$1.00  ' MEN -AND   WOMEN'S  *-*        '  Boots and Shoes to clear at  ACTUAL COST.  And other Articles loo' nu������  merous - to mention.  -*   Watch our Windows  for Bargains  Dry Goods and Groceries, Etc,  OFFICERS  OF ?THE  B.   C.  ; HORSE  COMPANY  '-P  - At the Sunday" drill of the local  company (C company) of the 31st  regiment of B.C. Horse the following  were announced^'as officers:-Capt John  son of Milner;-lieutenants, S. A. Mor-  loy and-D. C. McLagan; sergeants T.  Hutton and George Kerr.1 It is not  generally known how the Abbotsford  company comes'to be known as "C"  FRIDAY IS MAY DAY  Only brilliantly fine, weather is required to, ensure the annual May Day  demonstrations, the crowning of the  May Queen ceremonies, and all attendant attractions a complete success on Friday next. Miss Annie McPhee. is this year's Queen Elect, Miss  Jessie- Anderson being the"' dowager.  They will head the grand procession  from the scholground. Sports, a concert and dance and numerous other  Company.    The  explanation  is  that  the B., C. -'Horse was formed before ! attractions are arranged, a fine band  the war broke out and on the  trouble in Europe arising the original  "C" Company of the regiment enlisted en bloc for service abroad. What  V fine record .the Abbotsford boys  have to  emulate.  SALT-PARTON  The marriage took place at Seattle, Washington, at eleven "o'clock on  Tuesday last'.of Miss Lucille Gwendoline Parton, eldest daughter , of  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Parton, of Abbotsford, and Mr! Arthur Cowper Salt, of  the Canadian Customs, Abbotsford.  The wedding trip .was spent in and  around Seattle and the coast. The  newly married couple will "reside in  Abbotsford. 7 Both the contracting  parties are well-known here and enjoy general popularity.' Cqngratula-r  tions- of"-5.-,p>6fuse..ki.n.d. are .promised  for them on their return-home.  Mr. O. Kidwell, who joined the 47  battalion, was in Abbotsford from  New Westminster at the week .end.  He looked quite smart in hisuniform  from Mission City will play breezy  tunes, and altogether a right royal  time is promised all, The committee  of which Mrs. Eaylor is so energetic  and able a secretary, would be glad  if any ladies who propose bringing  flowers would kindly leave them at  the homes of Mrs. Irvine or Mrs.  Taylor either the night before or the  morning of the festivities. A large  number of visitors is expected from  outside points. Those are reminded  that a" nine-piece orchestra will play  for the dance. The proceeds will be  handed ever to the patriotic funds.  vince. The Hon. Secretary ���������  pointed  out that this was against the regulations,, local Associations and Troops.  having their own local expenses    to  meet.  The financial statement was adopted. ' ' ' ,     .   ,  The Hon. Secretary read the New  Year's message from H. R. H, The  Chief Scout of Canada.- Also communications from the Canadian General .Council, Ottawa1.' A  , Re His Royal Highness'.desire'1'for',  a roll, of honor" to be kept of "all  Scouts serving in the Canadian Ex-i  peditionary Forces.    ��������� ���������'���������������������������  Re June 30th being substituted  for Sept. 30th as date of close of  Scout Year. '. , '  Re stricter regulations regarding  the application for and granting of  awards.  Re Minimum age of S. M.'s lowered io 19; that of A. S. M. to' 17.  Re the validity of Warrants. '  The Hon. Secretary informed  the   ,  meeting that 610 proficiency badges  (Continued, on Page Two)  THE MATSQUI COUNCIL  SOY SCOUTS HOLD  ANNUAL MEETING  ������41MI)WiW^������">MWII|iwiH3wqM"  TRAGIC DISCOVERY BY  CONSTABLE THORNE  The body of a Swede named Kal-  berg, aged about 45, of Vancouver,  was found on the B. C. Electric  track at Marshall's Creek,"close to  Vye Road station, on Thursday morning. At an inquest held later the  verdict given was that the deceased  died from the results of exposure and  excessive drinking. It appears that  about six o'clock a. m. Constable  Thorne was called up by a Swede  named Johnson, a friend of deceased  who said his fellow countryman was  lying on the tracks He said. "He  must have been dead because when  I shook him and asked him to get  up he wouldn't do what I told him"  At the inquest over which Dr. Swift  coroner, presided it turned out that  the two Swedes had been to Sumas  on a drinking bout. Constable  Thorne found Kalber lying face down  wards and on searching him found he  had but twenty five cents in his  pockets. Deceased had worked in  the district at different times.      The  following constituted the jury: L.  Hunter, forman; James and David  Moran, A. Everett, L. Lemeran and  Andrew Anderson.  important liberal   meeting  Thursday, May 20th, at Abbotsford  has been selected as the date and the  place of organization and business  convention of Liberals of New Westminster District riding. At this meeting there will be representatives of  all parts of Chilliwack, Dewdney and  Yale, points in the Dominion electoral riding of New Westminster, when  one of the principal items of business  will be the selection of a Liberal  candidate to stand at the approaching Federal election. .This was the  decision made at a meeting of Liberals held.at Abbotsford on Thursday.  Capt. Ramsay, of Chilliwack, presided, Mr. J. H. McNeice, of Port Moody  acting as secretary of the meeting".'  At the May meeting officers will be  elected and election business will be  discussed. - Who will be the candidate is so far an open question.  THE PASSING OF MRS. YATES  IS DEEPLY RkGRETTgD  DRY GOODS, MILLINERY,   LADD3S   AND CHILDREN'S UNDER-  WEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, NOTIONS,  FANCY  HANDKERCHIEFS,       NECKWEAR  BLOUSES,     BOYS'  CLOTHING, GENTS'  FURNISHINGS,   ETC., ETC.  MILLINERY Strictly the latest and most fascinating styles  obtainable in Misses' and Ladies' Trimmed Hats. Prices  from $1.50 to $5.95.    Children's Hats from 35c up.  CORSETS    The celebrated "D & A" Corsets, at 75c to  $3.50.  Brassieries, 50c to $1.50.    Children's Waists 25c and up.  SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!  Children's and Misses' Print and Gingham Dresses���������Sizes 3  up-to 10; a special clearing line, Price 50c to $1.00.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  It is with -deep regret we record  the passing of Mrs. Yates, the beloved wife.of-Rev. C. F. Yates, vicar  of St. Matthews church, Abbotsford,  and who died at Calgary on Thursday April 22, after an-illness of several months. .Several weeks ago the  deceased lady was taken to Calgary  in the hope of recovering from a  illness, and was accompanied by her  husband, her daughter Edith and  Nurse Ryan, Mrs. Yates had been in  Abbotsford for four years and was  dearly loved by all who knew her.  As a churchworker and minister's  help her services were valuable; her  kindly disposition and her anxious  care for the betterment of the community were well known. The deceased lady leaves- a husband, two  dalghters, Miss Edith Yates and Mrs:  Bell, wife, of the manager of the Imperial Bank at Calgary, and one son,  Mr. A .R. Yates, of Gleichen, Alberta  The Rev. Mr. Yates is expected to  arrive home this week end.  THREE TURBANNED TAPPERS  THEMSELVES GET TAPPED  Three Hindus who had been imbibing too -freely got into arguments  which were given extra force by the  use of fists. Constable, Thorne interviewed the darkies and eventually introduced them to Magistrate Kerr  who sent them on their weary way  less two and a half dollars and costs  apiece. The fighting ones hailed  from Chilliwack.  An exceptionally interesting and  able sermon on "The Good Samaritan" was-preached by the Rev. Mr.  Campbell at the I. O. O. F. service  held in the hall here on Sunday,  when some forty brothers were present; In the. gathering wore several  Oddfellows from Mission and Sumas  Noble Grand Master F. J. Boulter and  other prominent members of the fraternity were present at the service,  which wap greatly enjoyed.  The Annual Meeting of the British  Columbia Council of'"the Boy Scouts  Association was held on Monday, April 9th, 1915, at the Provincial Parliament Building (by kind permission). '  His Honor the Lieutenant Governor of British' Columbia and President of the Council took the chair at  .8:30. p. m.  There were also present the Lord  Bishop of Columbia (representing the  Anglican Church), Colonel W. H.  Cunliffe (District Commissioner of  Victoria,, T. H. Bamforth (Acting  District Commissioner of Vancouver)  Messrs H. I. Muskett (A. D. C. to His.  Honour), Rev. W. Govder (Port Hammond), G. E. Timms (Vancouver),  A. D. Muskett (Victoria), and Rev.  and Hon. T. R. Heneage (Assistant  Provincial Commissioner and Hon.  Secretary.  A letter regretting his absence.and  wishing the Association every success  was read from Dr. F. F. Westbrook,  President of the University of British Columbia.  The minutes of the last meeting  were read and confirmed.  The Hon. Secretary read his ��������� annual report in which he showed that  our progress though slow and steady  was very sure. More officers and  stronger and more active local executives were our greatest need.  The ^Report was moved, seconded  and adopted and a hearty vote of  thanks tendered.to the Hon. Secretary.  The District Commissioners read  their reports, which were adopted.  Attention of the meeting was called  to a very successful Patrol Leaders  Conference at Vancouver.  The Financial statement was produced.  The report urged that steps be taken "to largely increase the funds of  the Association, which at present con  sist solely of the Government Grant  It pointed out that the organization  of local associations throughout the  province and the proper supervision  and inspection of Troops cannot be  continued without funds to meet the  expenses incurred.  His Honour, suggested that friends  and weil-wlshers of the Association  work should become Associate members, .each paying an annual subscription. The Lord Bishop of Columbia  endorsed His Honour's suggestion,  and pointed out that the Association  cannot always depend upon having  the Honorary Services of Mr. Heneage, he therefore wished to see some  provision now made, while there is  yet time. He requested that His  Honour's suggestion be put in the  form of a motion when motions were  called for.  S. M. Govier (Port Hammond) sug  gested a per capita subscription be  received from the Scouts of the Pro-  The bi-monthly meeting of the  municipal council was held in the  Exhibition Building of the Matsqui  Agricultural' and Horticultural Hall  at Gifford on April- 17th- with the  Reeve, in the chair and all the mem-"  bers of the council in attendance.';,  Melander-McCallum,, that  permission be granted to Robert Butler 'to.-  construct  a  telephone ,-��������� line  on, the  -Rbss:.road- from' the N.-.W.-.cprner,of  the N. W. 1-4 of section2, township  13 to a connection on the Boundary.  Line to the Farmers'- Line to Lynden ���������  on  condition  that  the said  Robert .  Butler enter into an agreement with  the municipality as to the height and  location of the poles and the use of  the  line  by the  general  public  on  payment of reasonable charges. .Carried. ��������� --;  From the Bank of Montreal requesting that the note for $1800.00  authorized under the Temporary  Loan Bylaw 1915 be made payable  on demand.  McCallum-Melander, that the promissory notes authorized, by the municipal council at the meeting on the  3rd inst be cancelled and new ones  for similar amounts "be drawn up and  signed by the Reeve clerk and Finance Committee, said notes to be  similar to the ones hereby ordered  cancelled.     Carried,  Also returning the cheque for $34.-  82 drawn on the Canadian Bank- of  Commerce for the amount, of the  (jredjit balance, the said Canadian  Bank of Commerce having remitted a  Bank Money order for this "amount  less 15 cents commission. The clerk  stated that this had been deposited  in the Bank of Montreal and the incident was closed!  Resolutions  McCallum-EUiott,  .that    whereas  Saturday, April 3rd was gazetted a  public  holiday throughout  the province of British Columbia:  And whereas a meeting of the municipal council was held on that day  of which will be sent to the Branch  through lack of knowledge of that  day  having been  gazetted  a public  holiday:  And whereas there may be some  cause for doubt as to the legality  of the business on that day by the  council:  Be it therefore resolved by the  municipal council that the business  transacted on the day aforesaid mentioned be, and the same hereby declared to be ratified, confirmed and  held to as binding on all parties  concerned as if the business had been  transacted on any day other than a  public   holiday..   Carried.  Elliott-McCallum, that Wm. Wal-  (Continued on Page Four) M  ���������j".v r  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  C.  THE ABBOTSFOR������ POST.  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company  A weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Abbotsford and district  Advertising rates made  known  on  application  Our "Shibboleth���������Neither   for   ner  agin'   the   Government'  J. A. BATES, -       - Editor and, Proprietor  SaHBSHB  on  FRIDAY, APRIL 30th, 1915  The proper termination of this' war is the execution of the  Kaiser Wilhelni and the execution or life imprisonment of .the  Crown Prince and probably of a number of other members of  the Imperial  family and the Junker aristocrarcy.lt may be  , difficult to bring about, but this should-be the aim and object  of all the Allies' operations. The soft-hearted humanitarian-  ism which during the last few centuries has absolved personal  rulers from responsibility for the crimes which they have committed in war is not based upon Christianity or justice. It is tlie  result mainly of the extensive inter-marriage of the reigning  families, which has given every royal personage a set of, relatives and. defenders in every country in Europe. This inter-marriage system, we may confidently believe, is now dead. The progress of democracy and the growth of national consciousness  ..will henceforth make it imposible for a nation such as the  British to view with equanimity the tying up of its monarchy  with an entangling .web of "alliances" which are powerless to  prevent warfare.and effective only to prevent justice tbeing done  upon those "who made the war. .  'The constitution of Germany is such.as to make the Kaiser, by  divine right, personally responsible for his country's action in  precipitating the most murderous war in history, and that responsibility can be purged only by blood. Nor is the mere  declaring of war the limit of responsibility resting on the Kaiser  he, and he alone, is the person on whom rests the blame for the  assassination of unarmed and helpless civilians by his soldiers  on land and his submarines at sea. In the case of the submarines there are the cleverest and most direct orders from head  quarters, which the officers on board could not disobey without  treason, to their soveriegn lord. It is not the captains who must  ' be hanged; it is one "higher up."���������Beck's Weekly,  We should say that hanging was too good for the Kaiser���������it  would end his misery too soon. The Napoleon idea would be better.    It worked nice once, and should work again.  ing and growing value were inaugurated, while Professor Robertson  was Commissioner of Agriculture.  Among them were the Live Stock  Branch,, the Cold Storage Service,  the Seed Grain Competitions, Trial  Shipments of f Fruit ��������� to the United  Kingdom and'Extension of Markets.  Besides these wore : the. Manual  Training Movement, the School Gardens, Hjousehold Science; and the  Consolidated Rural  Schools.  In more recent years, Dr. Robertson was .chairman of the Royal Com  mission on Industrial Training ��������� and  Technical Education. Farmers in  all provinces are familiar with the  Survey of "Farms by the Commission  of Conservation and the Illustration  Farms of its Committee on Lands, of  which he  is chairman.  In these and many other ways  Dr. Robertson has given the farmers ���������of Canada the best that was in  him. He says he is their, debtor  for many opportunities, for much  kindness and for warm appreciations. But they are his debtors too.  And he now reminds them of that  for the first time in order to establic'i  his right and privilege to appeal to  thorn   for   this   worthy   cause.  passed to His Honour for his prcs:  ence and active interest.  Also.a vote of thanks to the Auditor.  Mr. Ross.  The meeting then adjourned.   ,  . H. JONES  Funeral Director  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connsetisn. Mission City  E. O. .Bnindage  Painter and Decorator  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give us a call.  Practical work at practical prices  aaa  q-CTWA-M^Mria^dWihqi^^  POSTAL   LAWS   OF   CANADA  A report elsewhere tells of the annual meeting of,the Boy-  Scouts. We commend that report to the consideration of all  our readers;, and also the good training that is being given to  British Columbia boys through that association.  The birth' notice of another paper in British Columbia has  been written, and the.healthy young child is called "The Victorian." and has been adopted by Mr. P. E. Simpson, sometimes  known among his intimate friends "Dad Simpson", who has  been in the province for twenty years, and "during all that time  never spoken or written a word that, to the best of our,judgment, was not beneficial to the Province and the people." This  is a good record and Bro. Simpson no doubt will cany, on the  good work;of "always, endeavoring to boost and not boom, to tell  the truth and not misrepresent."  ;We welcome the editor back to the newspaper field again and  trust that he will do for Victoria what he did for Cranbrook���������  make it better known, and more favorably known. Victoria  needs a paper of the kind that the first issue of the-Victorian  indicates its policy to be. He says, "we are tied to no clique  or clan", which would indicate that it will be independent and  ''A Paper for the People".    May The Victorian prosper.  ,   Under the Post Office Act, Sections  G5  and'*66,. the Postmaster General  has the exclusive privilege of receiv  ing, collecting, conveying and delivering letters within Canada.  Bills and accounts whether in open or sealed envelopes, as well as  circulars or other printed matter enclosed in envelopes sealed or ready  to be sealed, are "Letters" within the  meaning of the Post Office Act.  There is a penalty under Section  136 of the Post Office Act which may  amount to $20.00 for. each letter unlawfully carried.  It has been brought to the attention of the Post Office Department  that some business firms desiring to  avoid paying the War Tax which became effective on the 15th April, propose making arrangements . for the  delivery of accounts, bills, circulars,  etc., through means other than the  Post Office, contrary to tlie Postal  Act, and a warning-is hereby given  that the Post Office Department intends to insist that the law shall be  rigidly. lived up to, and will in no  circumstances allow, these parties to  avoid paying the otijp cent tax which  has been imposed for war purposes.  . All letters conveyed, received, .collected, sent or delivered in contravention of the Post Office Act will be  seized s?nd necessary, steps immediate  ly taken for the prosecution of the  offenders in all-cases where the law  has been contravened.  ^\  SBBXSSSCCSSffiSEZ:  nil f������il.C  ���������V ��������� .��������� .HI - VV U W^L������l>JLWJUUIAU.^-i.Tge  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morlcy  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  ���������  i r* v ijvi ���������ini������-"i" y  Write l the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or Hrfwmatien regarding the farm and fruit lands of  fefoe district,' and industries.already established,       JJ)  YOU ARE DELIGHTED  when' you can get plenty of hot  water, but when the plumbing is  out of order, that's "a different  story. It is,a good plan to have  your plumbing looked over every now and then, to see that  it Is in proper condition. When  you need a plumber again, remember that we do good plumbing, and bur charges are all ,  right."  WM. ROBERTS  Plumbing: Shop  Old Creamery 01dg> Abbotsford  SSSE  A politician who gets sore can never expect to win the confidence of ihe electors on election day. The electors want men  not soreheads to represent them.  .Theone great anxiety outside of the war news and its results,  in British Columbia, is when the elections are going to be held;  or if they are going to be held at all this year.  Boy Scouts Held  Their, Annual  Meeting  ��������� Government road work throughout the district is progressing  very favorably towards good roads in the province.  j  Be careful how you deliver your letters! According to the Postal Act a bill, circular, etc., when placed in an envelope ready  to seal is a "Letter" within the meaning of the Act.  "They say Joe Martin's paper cost him $10,000 for one month  Short and sweet. An ad in any one of the Vancouver papers  would have cost him considerably less, but Joe wanted the experience, and the opportunity.  . They can- say what they like but Dewdney appears to have  had an up-to-date and clean voters' list. Only a few over 20  objections will come up at the coming court of revision.  Now there is organization going on with a view to a' dominion election. The professional politician should be happy in  British Columbia these days. Something* doing every minute  and an opportunity to get after the local and dominion representatives, and be listened to. What more could he desire except it be an election?  THE FARMERS AND THE  RED CROSS SOCIETY  Last week we published in this  paper, an appeal on behalf of the  Red Cross Society, by Dr. James W.  Robertson.  1 Dr. Robertson is still best known  easor Robertson. Ho began .his of-  to the farmers of Canada as Prof-  flcial public service at the Ontario  .A^rkgilUural College nearly thirty  years ago.      Twenty-five  years  ago  he went to Ottawa as Dairy Commissioner for the Dominion. The  Dairying Service of the Department  of Agriculture soon became known  and trusted throughout Canada.  From Prince Edwards Island to Alberta, farmers profited by the illustration Dairy Stations and'the Travelling Instructors. The output of  Cheese and BuUer in Canada added  to the reputation of its rural vrork-  ers.  Other public services    of co'Ctin-  (Continued from. Page One)  for .tests in the following subjects:  Ambulance, Bee-Farmer, Bugler,  Carpenter, Clerk, Cook, Cyclist,  Dairyman, Electrician, Engineer,Fire  men, Friend to Animals,- Gardener,  Handyman, Horseman, Interpreter,  Leather Worker, Marksman,. Master-  at-Arms, Missioner, Musician, Naturalist," Pathfinder," Photographer, Pioneer,   Poultry     Farmer,     Signaller,  Stalker,   Starman,   Surveyor,   Swimmer Woodman.  Re Cadet and Camp and .Boy  Scouts. A resolution' was passed expressing! the opinion- of tlie meeting  that Boy Scouts should not attend  Cadet Camps as-Boy Scouts; that  this does not prevent Boy Scouts,who  are also Cadetts from attending Cadet Camps as Cadets.  Re funds for the Association. A  resolution was passed that a subcommittee be struck by the chair  with a \iew of forming an Association from which, by membership fees  a revenue could be obtained to defray  expenses of Grants to District camps  travelling and other expenses incidental to the work of the movement.  His Honour promised to see what he  could do with a view to.the forming  of the proposed Association.  A motion that a paid Assistant  Secretary be appointed, was laid on  the table, the: Association finances at  the present not allowing for further  liabilities.'  The Hon. Secretary, by motion,was  requested to have the Annual Report  printed and circulated as usual.  His Honour requested tho.t the proceedings of the meeting be published in the provincial palters.   ���������        , '��������� .  A standing vote of    thanks    vvas  Your Photograph;  ^Nothing will  "add more t������  /the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  -.. ,;' :        at home.  THE ROYAL STUDIO. ���������������.T���������-.  93E  ���������j&wrcjldiiB&Mii'M'M^^  See me now about that Insurance  ������     e  ���������       9  L-ji\*������ o   JLLj  I have alarge and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low priees.  Finest quality.  "������. i.u������i|wy^iyw-  wiiiluiili(>imBr*Mftl������i������gnt������ti  uipmi mii Hinummffli  ft  4  ���������e^,  miim������BM������������ai^ytfMMmi88^  '^^*--rxrv-v:tf.1*..t-r,.*^<������*r.h??~,riyn*v~-.r.,~r'&t *^*S^.-i.,r-v    -.    ���������*' .    '.JVi. -.i ���������  r    fl���������3 ABBOTSFORD POST, AkBOT SF6&D, B. C.   "^  niunTi-ffliant(Tniri.ifc������k������^WMi jjnin^������i������i>iiiriiiir^jiiM-T>������������i n mini   a  -I  I  to)  ufc)  7^  ^  s .:  3 . . ...  m    - _  ' : : : : ��������� i__ i_ '1   E  a  1  3  3  a  a  3  3  s  9  a  a  a  a  3  a  1  a'  Letter  Heads  Heads  Envelopes  Statements  Dodgers  Menues  Etc. Etc.  No place like a Responsible  office in which to have your  printing^done/  For Job Printing  This office is equipped with  an assortment of type and  paper that will insure a perfect and artistic piece of work.  Our Ink is "Sen-proof"  Type and paper being all  that could be desired, the next  important factor is INK. In  this we excel. W@ use only  the best; consequently expensive, and at ho additional cost  t@ y@u. No oily "news ink"  is empl������yed on OUR work.  Shipping  Tags  Receipts  Circulars  Invitations  Meal  Tickets  Ladies*  Visiting  Cards  JlLiLC,. f  JZLtLC<  next you see a good,  well executed piece of printed  matter, whether it is. business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any of the numerous printed articles, examine it carefully end/yeu. will invariably  find that it is the product of  this office. No slip-shod or  "amateurish" printing is ever turned out here.     The intelligent  Business Man and Fruit  Grower alike demands and receives  w  .. >  Hub Square  Mission City  PRINTER AND PUBLISHER  israiajEfajsJBjBiBisiBjajajaiBraiB^^ f-gaaiaisiBjaisjHi'ajaaj^^  tg  1 !M  '-THE ABBOTSS'O&D POST, AiBBOTSFOfeD, B. C;  LOCAL AND PERSONAL  Mr. Horace Ypnny. son of the B.  C. E. R. station!agent here left this  week for the Eastern States. En route  to" Michigan where his mother is now  visiting, Mr. Yenny will stay at Calgary i'or a short time.   .���������:���������o ������������������ ,   ..  The annual vestry meeting of St.  Matthews church will be held on  Monday next at eight-o'clock when  the election of church officers and  take place. ,  HUNTINGDON NEWS ITEMS  Tlie ladies aid of St. Peters church  met with Mrs. Munroe at .Vye on  Wednesday.  Mr. Parton of Abbotsford is busy  decorating the interior of the church  which is being done under the  charge  of the Ladies' Aid.  Rev. J. S. Henderson .gave a stir;  ring address on Tuesday evening in  the Presbyterian church on Prohibition for this province during the war  Rev. Principal M.ackay of Vancouver gave an address on Friday evening in the Presbyterian church on  "The Soul of a Nation."  Rev. Geo. A. Nllson, superintendent of Missions will give an illustrated lecture in" St. Pauls church on  Wednesday the 5th at 8 o'clock.  road near the B, C. E. R. in the 'immediate vicinity of the north boundary of the N. W. 1-4 of section 22,  township 16, the cost not to exceed  $50.      Carried.  The council then adjourned to  meet in the municipal'hall on Saturday May 1st, at 10:30 o'clock.  Elliott-Melander, that Councillor  McCallum be authorized to grade the  ; RIDERS WANTED as agents' for  high grade bicycles. Write for low  noises to THOS PLIMEY'S CYCLE  WORKS.  VICTORIA.  B.   C  Mr. Congdon, is the missionary in  charge of the Upper Sumas field and  he will also preach at Yarrow and  Achelitz during the summer.  The Ladies Aid will meet with  Mrs. Martin on Wednesday the 5th at  3 o'clock.  The Presbytery of Westminster  will meet in St. Stephen's church,  New Westminster, on Tuesday tho 4  at 11 a.m.  Mr. D. H. Nelson is greatly im-  improving his ranch this spring and  a visit to it will be a real revelation  to the possibilities of Abbotsford  land.  Now that, the jitney service is in  operation people here aro hoping that  many people from outside places will  come to the town. So far and no  further. They, trust that Huntingdon people will however, continue to  support home stores and industries,  jitney or no jitney.  'ROUGH ON HATS" clears out Rats  Mice, etc. Don't Die in- the House.  15c and 25c, at Drug and Country  Stores.  WANTED���������Owners of small improved acreage or farm near Abbotsford  who would sell at a bargain for cash  write P. O. Box 16, Qualicum Beach  Vancouver iBland.  Mr.  M. Murphy was a visitor  Abbotsford on Thursday.  to  At the Thursday drill of the B. C.  Horse contingent' the men were  measured for their smart new uniforms  Those who were present at the Liberal", meeting held here on Thursday were Capt. Ramsay, E. D. Barrow, H. Ashwell, A.- Henderson, of  Chilliwack;,W. Bowman and M. Murphy of Huntingdon; B. B." Smith and  M. W. Copeland of Abbotsford; D.  B. Martyn, Haney; J. H. McNeice of  Port Moody; c! H. Croke and A. F.  Rankin of Mission City.  Business is gradually increasing  at the new cafe opened by Mr. M.  Murphy in the Alexandria Hotel  block and managed.by Miss Grant.  All Huntingdon will be in Abbotsford on Friday to tlie May Day celebration.  FOR SALE���������Spangled Hamburg Eggs Good Layers Non-  Setters, Setting of 15 eggs for  $1.00. Apply Mrs. F. James,  Mission City B. C.  PUBLIC N0TICE-  Notice is hereby given that  I will not be responsible for  any debts contracted by my son  Clarence Nelson.  Jas. H. H. Nelson, Barriere B. C  There are now three jitneys in the  run between Huntingdon and Mission  Mr. A. Cruickshanks, road superintendent, was a visitor to this town  and Sumas on Thursday.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  itrietly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and eigars,  RATES,  $1.SO TO  $2.00  PER  DAY  Mr. "Jim Hill" Longfellow, who  knows no curves when riding his  speeder, must be getting;anxious of  his records now that C. P. R. agent  Boulter can make a trip to Sumas  and back between dinner courses.  Miss McMasther was a visitor here  this week.  M*r.   Malcolm  was  in   Chilliwack  this week on business.  Rev. Mr. Campbell was a visitor  in Huntingdon this week on church  business  OliAYBUBN  On Saturday, tlie first-cf May,, an  interesting social will be held afternoon and evening at the' residence  of Mrs. J. F. Boyd.  A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  .imwutwaJUffOiiMWMraMWia^^  lim<  to paper that room.    Wallpaper is cheap at  J. E. Parton's, Abbotsford  From 5c per Roll up.  Paperhanging, Painting*'. Kalsomming  at rock-bottom prices.  The Right Rev. Bishop De Pencier of New Westminster preached  to a crowded congregation at St.  Matthews Church on Sunday. Sympathetic references were made to the  late Mrs. Yates, the esteemed wife of  the vicar, who passed.away at Calgary.  Mrs. Wilson is improving in health  following an operation she underwent  a few days ago in Vancouver.  Mr. R. W. W. "Reid has been granted a lieutenancy in the third contingent.  IMPORTANT TO     STOCKOWNRKS  It is of great importance that  Stockowners should be -posted on  Troubles and Diseases pertaining to  Farm Stock. All farmers should  know how to combat disease in Do-,  mestic Animals. The Veterinary  Science Book treats fully ,on every  known'disease of Farm Stock. Stockr.  ownerB cannot afford to be without  such a work, as it will be an annual  saving of many dollars. Members are  also' entitled to the'many privileges  which the Association gives. Such  as free advice, reduced costs of medicines, together with a volume of information on practical Veterinary  Work. 664 pages. Fully illustrated,  cloth bound. For further information and full particulars, Apply to  HARRY JACKSON, Abbotsford, B.  C, The Local Representative, Veterinary Science Association.  The concert and dance arranged  to be given by the local Scouts at  Matsqui on Friday this week has  been postponed for the .present.  On Saturday of next week a public  meeting of citidens will be held in  the Gazley Hall to discuss municipal  matters affecting theproposed incorporation of Abbotsford.  $\  MATSQUI COUNCIL  (Continued from Page One")  of ?58 on his taxes for road work  ters be given credit for the amount  performed on the Aish & Walter Toad  Carried.  McCallum-Melander, that Councillor'Elliott report at the next meeting  as to the financial condition of the  family of Hans Hendrickson and tender what assistance is required temporarily. Carried.  Owen-McCallum, that Councillor  Melander be authorized to expend  $200 on the Aberdeen road north.  Carried.  Rofeson Bros.  Poultry Tonic  ���������and���������  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  CHARLEY'S POOL BOOM  AND BARBER SHOP  Huntingdon  Go  With  The  Bunch  Don't believe me but come any night  and  see where the. bunch Is  2 New Tables Just Added  Laundry Agency in Connection  ira������B'������"w������J������|w|������|tf||l"i|'������w������  lee Cream,  Soda Drinks,   Sundaes  Everything in the Ice  '   line     .  Haveyoii visited my new Ice Cream Parlor.    Fitted in first  class  style.    A cool retreat.  ALBERT LEE, GROCER AND BAKER  Abbotsford, B. C.  HAND MADE SHO  TO ORDER  Only Best Leather Used.    All  Sewing Done by  Hand  J. COLOMBACK  Abbotsford, B. C.  i  HUGH McBRIDE  General Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  otej  ���������U   M  .LI.   ..^���������t1t||,|Mt^l.������*UIM.^^  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modem  I.   MURPHY; PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B  C.  ,>*1J|.'.  l.������  *S������l  JiBi-v  ���������jf]  ���������*������*l HIT rfVji  ������f  ���������������������������&

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