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The Abbotsford Post 1917-04-27

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JU'CciniJison, Al>l>oisfc  ! v;i'������ Aniif.r.iou >;;. ������;. ,Stiji\Ji, Abbotsford.  .,;���������)���������   in   lhillii.-A   i ;$">.   25.   Lfi'r,   Abboisl'on  '. .'C '.df.!' A.'.'Ill    ('.>   wldliiilj-  ,.'i iy I j v'it-j t uis aai������/-;Ji-  ,  , ii'l'-il.  ���������I .:;.'Y;"..i r-punt lho v/Ou.';  .   a.iid  j'-ii.;.   '/A^Y,U'X.  ''.!:'.!.:'���������. !! iu-.ij i-'A .irii'...i  .' . ;,..."i ai iiT ;;])!;iiu-  ;���������-.; !c.A  ',/(���������(_!;  i'.i b.is Kar-  ��������� t    f  ���������,i,  who  1  '..'A;    o \  now   ��������� livin;  in  I  ..   ''.jK-Tls-cinl,  AhiioiNi'oni.  J.   ,i.   .'.;(��������� Piifjc,   AhlxWsl'ord.  ,J-s. <' A. S-.Miinei', AbbuLsford.  ��������� ���������Y������i: or   i"<U'i:,   2!i!iil'n;;.ion.  .'. Si. Ii.  "-/as'wood, iliictin.^don.  ���������\. supply of these for':::" aro, or  ,1,'wiiirl I'n koiit on hand by each of  .r.e above,  'flit; Oru:; sioro or I). LA Smith's  z b. haiuly place so Ave arc informed.  ^-!-A)  :u (���������  ..   j'���������C;i  :.  ..i ,il.::U   O.l  ;-..:.". 2:1  iis i"dy  all tho loose grass to the surface and  loft If in large rolls all over the fields  These rolls Avcro then forked into  neaps to dry and Ave re burned about  August  1st.  I in mediately after  this  land    Avas  _ ploughed again and given tho treat-    ,    ,    ; nionf outlined above, aud Avas finally  Kill at once every fly you can rintl j IjIou-HocI a third time in the Tall.  ..ud  burn his ho(!v!       Observers say I      '������  '-l>o sl>dllS of 1.91G, if was well  ,   . ..Iioro siru   immv  r'easons   lo     believe.! harrowed  then  sown and  cross-sown  lllltl !.;llu-   ������h:-i there will be more flics this s-a-i wiLh 1)ai"lc>' aL Lhc rilLo oC    onp    and  oll.'l-; ,     .    ....             ,.       ^,.  __      n,i     ! nm.-liiili'   lnmlinls   11 or   n.r.rn.  each   Avav.  v'.'-tl   ill Abbots-  t!io    StiLhorby  :-'.'cnis In    lho  a  will    run    ri  SWAT TllK   l-'LV  coucli     grass (also      called      quack,  1 witch  or  quick,   frass).  In an effort to exterminate this  weed, sixty-five acres of that part of  Ihe farm Avhich appeared to be the  worst infested Avas treated as foIloAvs:  About the first of June, it was  ploughed four inches deep and avcII  harrowed. The spring tooth cultivator was then used, serving to draw  the roots well to the top of tho  ground. Next a chain harrow Avas  mployed.    This implement  brought  <��������� ��������� . 1    1     ���������  :���������/ .���������:.:  ,, .rr turned  : liOopItc.i ani-i  ci ::;ic.iino?;i  in.   '.   iiH-iu   \, 111   mj   uiui i;   1 ma   linn   n .<!.- ���������  ^A.o-.i than for a number of years.  The   one-ball* bushels per aero each way.  Ul   .-.ulin* of just one fly NOW    means  There was a good crop of grain and  'tiiure  will  be millions and    trillions!'<��������� W51B almost impossible to    find    a  ]wmo-  :,i:s next summer  .    Clean ��������� up  your', ''lade of 'couch grass on    the    whole  a  r *j      t^ -J   io a.     Ji. .J .j.  i  ���������jnd ��������� oV':i promises;  see and    insist    that  i yo\w  neighbors   do     likewise.       Es-  ! pociully clean "out-of-the-way places"  ! and every nook and cranny.       Flies  -     ��������� -Kit iiot go wh-feve' there is n'bthihg to    'mi, and their principal diet is filth.  .'jHlio   \vi-Kli:ir;   took-   place     on!     Tlie fly is Ihe tie that    binds    Ihe  ��������� /> 7  area.  SAVINGS AND  PRIVATE  EXPENDITURES.  :^ ._  y    7 ' t.  \  I!  "    v  it    'I  7  k   it i!  :d  ri("i]   TrROMT  \J2  S~l  .J/-;���������'/j,<->r,������     r^ A">,"������'-"  / L  i/cieived   that   if also   the   "carrier  I of other diseases, including possibly  .'   i infantile paralysis.   Do not wait until  ������������������-!-1'-''-i;' the- insects   bc!;in   io   pester; "antici-!  For the purpose of equipping and  maintaining the  Canadian  forces  in  ecos-  im-  ttri-  measure  ros on  of  food, not at    all    essential,1 are    in  great reeiuest at prices    Avhich    are,  in  many cases,  double    and    treble  those  of pre-Avar  days.     This  is  but  '--'���������.^-.������������������%.*���������^./,  _..l  l^/-^^^^  ���������,- , 's.yw.-fc.������  .^ .���������  'p. 5* f\ ���������~-$iio y ���������: if ,r\r:- - v"v  I U   tl'/t1 \\\    \ \\<  .    .' . ,.       .'   ';','.!   -.'";;,'.1,"';:;::'ilil0'1������s'1^3   ������c������,n   l0  p^lor;   anuci-s one insl.ulce ol- lhesc ,avIsh personal-  r   "    ;,','.'       "..������������������",;.' "���������:.!/.'.J.;5.:.!.;' ''jale LilG annoyiincc.    April, May and;       en(lituros which indicate that the  .... ,.-.!    ;;"/'l!-!:i K' I:::'",!?.!: 'jime a.'������ Ulc best months to conduct   Canadiail    oopIc a8 a whole d0 not  - '-'������'��������� >>������������������/���������   '  Sv-;'1 j;'-'-'1'.-  c.tii-i.=; ..j! antifly campaign.       ihe larmmg  ���������''_���������  '-'>:'i.'i nd.     I.     ai     iT.portcd I iliU] suburban  districts provide ideal  -��������� -1   -"������������������ "'.'���������/1};;''V  <:n  ',v'ir;.'   "* 0<-'!! breeding places, and the    new    born  '-     1'     O"       '        ^     J      .���������'. \   J-'llX-O     il'!'   !      I r    ..     /./^     nnt    rnni'iili     'if llinil1 liivj-li  (    J-'ll'J-O     if! '  :>'uU' ago  Ari.ii     i.iie  Tlio  scnii-mor.fiiy   mci.ii;^  ."i"  ?il������it.~-iJi  council  wai  ho id  at   CIL01  on l-'au'.riiay hibt and ���������������;is a b. .-;��������� ���������  for tli'"1 members of fiiL1 ho.ii-.i \.  wcro ail preseni.  Af couatsw.xre  read  Arfi-n  I,1, .  lioielecson fir Taylur for Mt. 1 .-i. ������������������  .Vlali r.urvoy .v2!.2.T>;  ilirth in '.I. :'!.  13   N.\V. ���������).   :*- i*z.:, 7>;   A .    Lo ";;:������������������;.1  niuf-krats af   it)^-  eacli   >;.J.i:^;./.  Voic'luro   93.."'").  -  PiiAx.iiey - Meiandev.  cepl  i 'i-.1 ^!* of -Mfj -.ry I  for  o-.!. li in. < rvi.-..   or  r.d.'ico. juu  i;.  ,o:  ��������� !'    I-  A  St'CCKSH  so-  r,-  rO?l  1'i .:  Canadian people as a Avhole do not  realize as clearly as they should the  oresenl extraordinary responsibilities  ��������� reeding places, and the    new    horn   -aud obligations arisillg trom Uie war  -As do not remain at    their    birdi) w arc h- h and provldo a wider  place but migrate,    using    railroads ������ -  nd other means of    transportation,  t>  towns  and  cities.    Kill   flies  and  s-ave lives  The     United    States  margin than usual above the cost of  frugal living.. This does not apply  to the salaried class but to the larger  ,   class  which  is continually receiving  government'-,..���������������������������,��������������������������� ���������.������������������������������������ <-,.������������������, +un mnniifno-  Oi  e:; the lollowing suggestion for  iii' destruction of liou.se flies: For-  :a;.idehyde and sodium salicylate are  i!;o two best poisons.    P>oth are sii|)-  advancing Avages from tho manufacture of Avar supplies. The purchasing poAv'ev of the latter class is ab-  :ioraml and  the way in Avhich it    is  iii-it  ' .1- .ii  "';.;i:.'.'.-     fti,   l!it" two ,,,,yl V^ous.    V,o h are sup-   ,,cing UBed is evidenced by   the    re  - "^'r m> bo -' ';'ior l0 avri0Hlc* . f ''V ?Ul, , UlVti! actable heavy expenditure upon non  A.r ;���������: } i!l>-������������' ndvantaK-s lor uoiisohokl use., ^seniia] imports. As evidenced b:  ,*;���������*;.f. i:;;;,.���������;iAtUyan: not poiuon fochidren; Uioyl.^ ,,ank return8i and by purchase!  ;,;'*;. ,;'..';,.; .;.i'o i-oiiveuw-H to .uiudli; their ������i-j,)fWar Savings Certificates, higl  "!.L- .  .'V..' " M������ ; ���������"-'>"������  '"������  "luil'lc  and  they attract     ,...s seCurities and    life    insurance  < :���������.".  -!;; r  ii- re  v,on  ... i.vj (l!':.'[ i i;ig Oi   :i..  c'-.MiiuHiiica'. ion   v..;r;  rx ,t  J. A.  I !"n:i> t of  K.(l.,cd:.  r.i'-,  Cro-.o (���������:��������� pi\ :.;s;ng si;:,it,ra  t!ia:;'.'.'.  the Ajinl  i-iie,[iit>  oi" .',ij   io iiji..';'  the ii....'-riai  l ui.d.  Prfj-u   Surrey  muiiicipviiiiv  l'!'1  iij!^ i,'-;:,,.!;n ion ro  (like pel:  .- \  i'>  imp,.-..'.! 'iii ul !o>   i^Hi.!'.'.  ,-..i-s I.A.i  fore tiie I'ou.icil at their I.Uii   nic- .  and  riie re-i.-ltitio'i as p i.;-.cl ".���������.'���������  A.i;i  ..-!���������!���������.i coii.icil   '.'..l.; < .. :-  -.-������������������.  t iii   re -;  I Aio:i ro i.l.cvi   ���������  ��������� ��������� ." " A ���������-.  the  ' '.-.  ������.   '-������������������   ' .i-r.t,--.  (. I   i x   ���������  ].-' (.'���������"' -s :u ou-oiu-* i -,>    ���������> ������������������ ��������� ���������������������������  X,!   Is-is   1<  ,   ..      .sll|)"   being used is evidenced by    the    re-  ���������rior lo arsenic.     I ncy    both    have j :rrnfahIp heavv expenditure upon non-  by  ses  high  i -lass sccurities'and    life    insurance,  ������3- , r Iiho savings of the people are above  l.���������i   i,������ W not*     A  rorniMlclohyur.. solution    or    ai'-. lho average.  but there    remains    a  JiV  :;    j   ;."     iproximaleiy the correct sirenglh may        le  n(jl(1 f(jr gU1I  greaLer progress   ;,,: ,.....,.; '���������><' made by adding three teaspooniu., jn  Ulf,se respects lf    the    Canadian  -  '      lt" ' ���������  ai'      Mi,-.     ,.mw.i.iili".ilnrt      lY.rm:i Mr������li vilo .   - . -   . . , -    ^'-p   innrfl  The  i provision of money for the defence of  mparatiA'ely  hied the    re-  Each succes-  salutary ef-  ��������� 'i-.A ;i>,. rn-f-'       -���������--- "-  "������-"n -���������- ,,  ,     A     jn   these  respects  ii     me     <~o-j  . ...'-;;:,, ,:,;r| ,,,������������������ of   lho   concculrated   lormaldehyde . 1)t.0j)lo would buL rcturn to the  ..-V"-iouuo(r!o'--,|,M!on* <:������������"moll!-v 1:ll,owu ^. l0|'in;l-:i'rugal   habits  of  former  days.  " !lin.   lo   a   pint   oi    water.     Similarly, ijrovision o������ monev for the defe  I the  proper  concentration  of  soaium,-,i(i KnipirC)  although  co  ----;-~ A.alicylaie ma:.  be obtained    uy    ���������������������-, j.,^^  has n0f yet strain  '^���������������������������;l.,V    >t!   ''I.'.  '���������olvi^ tiir00 loasnoontul o! Hi;i l>-ro: ,0Urses of Lhe pcor|e.     E  '.:.'.S   TsV'mi5n'������  H!,!m(:Ll!     (a l)0^doi'J    U) a ^"'a    f,t ! .-ivc national loan has a  A;.';'.'    '.,'. "  'w,*t : v,'a-101'-     ,. ,, . ,,,,.,.  ���������|;cct in inducing the peopiu ^ t������.u,  iv"v    r'Vird!     An unln,"1!,'-v* tlnn-wa lea dmikmg! ,nd the ,a, efforts put    forward  ���������. .,.;,, I.,! ,:.,],;;."' >r^��������� is iiiiod- ������" ^^^y fllled  *vu ;| -villi that, object in view cannot but  "UIL"L'"-''L"Ai!,.!;;()l!;!inii.     A    saucer,    or    smali. . ..  d  impctus t0     the  'M  ; j   (i.iA'.v   Ar.'>;  ��������� i'   i ni'-ln '!    i'ij:  ,   '. 1 i I      i   * . .   I  .1,2 .-.id ;. .in.;  Till,'  K'l'iif-on  tiiKU r ti <':r  ^���������fiii'm      is  ,!;,[,'. in whieh is placed a    piece    of j   ;ovcmenL towards greater frugality  A'lliTF blot:ing paper cut the size ol  in- diVu. is put  bottom up over    the  The whole is then quickly in-  lit, flies have intense hatred for the  olor blue. Rooms decorated in blue  .-ill belli keep out the flies.  iii;  i io  '  i <.'���������'  t ��������� i  a   i"  .' Li .-.A  .!    -, 'i :  ! I.      i  D ���������[';.!'.;A  a ni1.'.' r  (' ! !.  'r.    '  i    , r  I'V-.  ,'0:"  '   V  .    'd.  a   mat ell   placed     under     ilie  m':������������������ of ill-1 :'ia-.s. and I lie container,  *" ' :, r:1y. Z V: s--VS, :hZ*������u^      ���������* together one tablespoonful of  ::,,';,;;,'!-;-oMi.,'sa;:, w, ,.-o-i ^������- ��������������� ������E ^^] b,ackT15iopper  ,'���������.,.,; :  ���������    i.ore' li,uid  tlows imo  the!   'M  "no of  brown sugar.    Ihe  mix  Wr  iv- su-^le      Thus    LV>    pa-i.-r'   '"'f- ������s poisonous to flies.       Put in a  ' v''.    "     I".*"    '..,! '   ''     -aucer,  darken the room  except one  ���������:   '���������V.^aiv'n.hor'^i.nMi..     prevent-    -i^w and in that set the    saucer.  ' ..,..,.     ai.v --.dor ,,1,^,? to man h;    " <^ the bouse of fl.es   burn p> -  , _, ,nsi,���������  (|;  i:,., fl,  a,rl  ,itJL>  vem.      hruni  powder.     This  stupifies  the  A,,.!   .iil.li.v ,���������     away.       Takej   .������os   hut they must be    SWEPT LP  Av <   .si.,  ' urth u\- oil of    lavend-r.' ���������:"1   liLKM-.U.  , ; , ;i   \ ;*h ;he    i; it*--    <111ni\tiiy    of       r.orcx is especially valuable around  ���������   ; .V ii   in -. i.- an -.-i-.i g!;i.s-.i '������'���������(:-',     nns and out of doors.     One pound  .,,:', ��������� iinil r,pr.iv ii around nil- rooms,  -." borax fo twelve bushels of manure  1 ',.:.,!.. ;'; .; uri!     In the dinisi:? room' . ill bo found desirable as a    poison  ,   "���������'     .   A   !;���������*������������������-iilv.  i-.i'ii  on   the  ta.l'ie I -. itlioul   injuring its manurial  quali-  ;'-'���������!. T;..' ci,,y' \i  '.-���������:���������:.   <\'.:v.\-r.-eabl" \   les or farm stock.     Scatter the borax  '., ���������;'���������'.    ' i'ui, -.vfrt ,AI:.; :o most, poo-'  '-or  the manure  and  sprinkle  with  ,:'���������>! "('.'. laii'iiMi..   I\la :nc.ivt A.'.     Iic-li- J ��������� :iiur.     Lye. chloride or lime, or cop-  :    ;.,,;. ;;���������!.'  v. h.b ^ cloA.-r ; iv of'".'-iisive j  i ras. (sulphate of iron) dissolved in  'to' fiie'^."    Thcv esiiccialiy dislike tho! -vtiter, crude carbolic acid,    or    any  for   dyl. in;.-;   ,. i.oiii.    ...   ,'���������/ ...   -. >   .  draining a- portion  of the floss ro.ui  iiXid  i'Aii-, l;iui;.       IslMf-iOii  j appointnieiit.  i.v;o :i. will fail to keep its  nLulxr  oi:   honeysuckle  and   hop   blos-  " Isonis.     According to a French scient-  Aind of a disinfectant may be used in  valuta.  ***Yti  .  _. ���������'.''������������������' ���������--���������'-.-.-..-r-x..      j &$    mm ,  |_|.|      .1 I Jill I II " I WMW    ������������!ll H   MLI 1 M������l ill IIJI    ���������������������������ill , |..| --���������     ��������� ���������     ���������       f*& THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSPQftD, B. O.  ������ftf Vilrfl J-.h^lH  ���������^..-\m-������~  \*uhliuheil )&v������yr.'dtrritfftjr  by Tito Po*t Hubitimbiag, Company  weekly Jeuru&l derated,, to tUe, iuLere*>tH <tl AUiroUtford aud district  Ad'V<������rUUHiig   rates   made   known   on   applicuiiuu  Our   Shibboleth���������Neither   tor   nor   uyiu'   th������*   CI oV ami a vent  J. A. BATES, -       - Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY,  AIMtIL  27,   I i) 1 7  Elsewhere we publish notice of the fact that the women  of the province have now the right to register their vote but  all must: make application to do so, before having t-ne privilege  of helping'to elect a candidate, it makes no. difference whether  you,have the right to vote for school trustee or reeve or councillor, you must register to vote for a member of parliament, as  it is altogether dilierent matter to be able to cast your vote for  a politician than for a municipal office holder. ,Therefore we  say register and'do it without delay as one of our daily papers  said this week and they are on the inside track probably, that  there might soon be another provincial election, Premier Brewster going to the country on a prohibition policy. This may  only be a surmise, but then it will be good to know that you can  vote if you feel so inclined and the opportunity offers itself.  We have taken the opportunity to have the right to accept  applications for registration of votes, and should any feel so  inclined the application forms can be 1'iilecl out at tins office.  The politics of this province require the aid of the women  of this province to puriy our politics. This paper has always  maintained that women should, have .better laws. And what  is needed is a large addition to the present list of voters, consisting of persons who have never enjoyed (he privilege of the  Franchise and who are untrammelled by the past political connections. This infusion of new blood can be obtained by extending the Franchise to women, an in novation which will  surely act- as an effective antidote to the existing poisonous  condition of political corruption. This idea has not been involved from the realms of fantasy���������it is suggested by reasons  of sound common sense. It is only logical to assume that  those who,have not already played with pitch aro less likely  to be. defiled .than-..those who already have;-and, having witnessed the results of the pastime and the discomfiture of the  players, tliey will take particularly good care to keep their own  hands clean.  Consideration of business advantages to be obtained from  prospective political candidates would not be likely to influence  women to any extent, as the majority of them are not engaged  in business. ,Besides, as the average woman has a higher  conception of morality than the average man; it is only reasonable to expect that they would insist on political morality.  In .countries where Equal Suffrage is in force, the highest  ideals of political., life exist, legislatve competency prevails,  bribery -and. corruption are almost unknown, and measures of  social; welfare and general progress are the order of the day.  Lord Dudley, late Governor-General of Australia, and a  former.Viceroy of. Ireland, declared on .his return to England  that"Australian politics are the purest in the world; and   that  country enjoys universal Suffrage. j Booth, 12th W. Riding Regt.;  Cor  net Solo, "The Rosary", Pte. Figget,  Concert Society." The company  Typist got out half a dozen programmes, of which this is one.  Hurry presided at the little portable  piano, and as there was no music, to j  lie obtained, wrote or'arranged accompaniments to most of the items.  Several hundred Tommies enjoyed  the show. Regimonts represented  included the VVost, Riding Rg't.(old  Duke of Wellington), the Kings Own  lacoftish, Uordcrers, the Royal Field  Artillery, the Fast Yorks, the Royal  .Engineers and tho Canadian Engineers, the unit that Harry's mon -were  working with (I do not know fhoir  proper name). Shells were bursting'around while the concert was in  progress. One very big shell which  fell among them whilst "Flora" was  being sung might have caused a lot.  of casualties, but it fortunately  refused to spoil tlio harmony by  bursting. '  I have copied In a few lines from  pencilled copy tho pianist worked  Irom. The rendezvous was half a,  mile from tho huts or dug-outs and  had to bo negotiated by dark, thro'  mud often well abovo the knoon;but  to these men It was far-inoro enjoyable than any they had hoard in the  Royal Albert Hall���������or any whore  else. Lighting was .by human  Candlsticks. The mimic stand was  also^Iiunian���������a Tommy holding tho  "dots" in one hand and a candle in  the other! The ��������� talent was good  ---the chorus was better��������� and"thcy  all wont the same way home" ���������  through  the mud.  Yours  Fit re D  The "Sticlc-in-tJio-Mud," Concert Sou.  Presidont, Capt. M. Kelly, 12th WA  Riding Regt.; Hon. Soc. and Tr.  Lieut, C. William Coyie, 1st K. 0. S.  |}., Mus. Director, Lieut. H. Weafhor-  dnn, F. R. C. 0., It. F. A., 3 2th \V.  Ii..; Gen. Manager, Lieut. IS. .J. Barrett, R. F. A.  I'l'OKniiiinio,   Thurs.    1th   Jan.,   1917  Comic Song,"01d King Cole", Pte.  Tarney, 12th W. Riding Regt;.Tenor  Song, "Somewhere a Voice is Calling'", Pte. Kernan, 12th W. Riding  Rogt.; Monologue, Selected, Pte. H.  13raithwaite, 7th E. Yks.; Quartette  "Scotch Melodies" (arranged by H.  73. Weatherdon) "Ye Banks and  Braes", Capt. M. Kelly, 12th W.  Riding Regt., "Annie Laurie", Lieut.  C W. Coyle, 1st K. 0. S. B., "Bonnie  Mary of Argyle", Lieut. H. Weatherdon, R. F. A., "Just a Wee Dock  and Doris", Lieut. E. J. Barrott, R.  F.   A.;  Humorous      Recital, Selected,  "Stammering Sam", Pte. Beaumont,  12th W. Riding Regt.; Baritone Song  "To-Morrow We Shall be Strangers"  Pte. Fenton, 12th W. Riding Regt.;  Humorous Recital, Selected, "Altogether"   "Percy  from  Pimlico"   Cpl.  /������=  i3atm*mm*mmwi*  ^rrmpn^Vm^-^.  guy Ad. in This Paper  BECAUSE THE RIGHT PEOPLE ARE  T  LOOKING FOR YOUR AD.  If you COULD (although, OF COURSE, you  can't) stop every man you. meet on the streets  asd ask: "Do you want to buy a pair of shoes?"  (Or any other kind of goods) You might find  half a dozen who would say "Yes.'* Perhaps not  one of these, however, would want to buy the  article you want to,sell.  If your advertisement, however, were . to be  printed in these columns this week, it. would  "stop" EVERY MAN JN TOWN WHO WANTS  TO BUY SHOES, OR CLOTHES, OR ANY  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" aiiy-���������  one who didn't mint lo buy- That's the beauty  of the advertising way of finding a buyer. The  ad. finds the.buyer through the simple process of  being easily and readily found BY the buyer-  And if, among the prospective buyers, of goods,  there is one to whom your goods would be a.bargain, and your ad. is a convincing one, you'll sell  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE FOR SALE)  SP  fZ  s:  ABBOTSFORD  DISTRICT BOARD OF  TRAD  ?\  President, Hope Manson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Maftday of Each Month  7th E. Yorks Regt.; Monologue, "An  Inquisitive Kid", Pte. E. Harrison,  12th W. Riding Regt; Song, "Thora"  ti u , . m    tt c *i Ur-   fludd,   R.   F.   A.;   (During  this  it has been good to me.      How many of us can say   the   sameiSong the Germans thinking the en  with joy.        "Mission City has been   good   to   me."        It  (From  Fraser Valley  Record  We overheard a remark the other day which set us thinking. .     It was this, "I will say nothing against Mission City,  gooci to me." it is  not such a bad little burg to live in after all, and there are a  very large percentage., of us who have done fairly well since we  first came to Mission, City, notwithstanding the war and the  hard times, which .preceded it and may still.be lurking around  the corners. Someone will say, well I might have done better  had I not-stopped off here. Yes you might and then you  might not.- In any case if the town had been good to you, be  like the citizen "say .-nothing against Mission Cty." Be like a  newspaper editor, boost anyhow. If possible say a good  word for your town and its people. Saying mean things a-  gainst someone else,.never got any person anywhere, but a  little boost might .do a whole lot to make your life pleasanter.  and should the booster hear it, even third or fourth hand, there  is that pleasant smile, which might help so much, perhaps  when it is so much needed  The politicians down at Victoria appear to be having a  good..time. This session might also be a drawn out affair, if  appearances count for anything. Talk about washing "dirty  linen'' why there never was such a wash clay���������not even in the  good old days of the-.90's.  We like to hear a man walk into the office with some printing and say "here is another chance for home industry,'' and  leaves an order..  What about a May Day for Mission City and I-Iatzic? Will  someone with a little energy get busy and boost. , Have a  May Day on the 24th of May when the next moon comes in.  which most people say is a nicti ���������k''\v moon with fair weather.  The boys and p-irlb would like it. *'"iu '���������*U;<.'y all the better for  of this province to .purify our politics. Thin paper has always  part and we know,of several citizens-who. are ready with the  boost and perhaps quite a donation.  LETTERS FROM'. THE FRl  The following account of an enter-1 a New Year's concert.      They were  tertainment was not sufficiently interesting dropped a shell into the  entertainment, but it failed to explode, causing a moment of quietness rather than excitement)  Humorous Sketch, "Imitation of a  Young Curate addressing a Ladies'  Sewing Meeting", Lieut. C. W. Ooylo  1st, K. 0. S. B.; Baritone Song. Selected, "Brian of Glenaar" "Eileers  Mavourneen", Cpl. Pyrah, 12th W.  Riding Regt.; Song, "If I could only  Make You Care", Pte. H. Rhodes,  12th W. Riding Regt.; Recitation,  "No Man's Land" (Words written by  Artist), Pte. ,W. F. Swanick, 12t.'i W  Riding Rest.; Ragtime, "Way Down  in Tonnesi-.ee", Dr. Naylor, R. F. A.  "God Save the King."  Coun. Owen of Matsqui has received the following from his son,  now  Somewhere  in  France:  Lance Corp. Jas. Owen 29th,  writes that he has received the Canadian Infantry Military Medal for  devotion to duty under heavy 3heli  fire whilst digging and jumping off  trench on the night of Sept. 12th.  Kc made three trips across No-Mans-  Land and each time bringing in a  wounded comrade. Whilst Major  Irving read out the above General  Turner, V.C., C.B., D.S.O., pinned the  uncial on his breast and said "I am  proud to pin this on your breast my  boy," He then shook hands with  L. C. Owen and placing his hands on  Lhe soldier's shoulders added "I see  you arc one of my old boys, good  luck to you." He is sending the  medal  home.  It was presented on March 21st  along with eight others before 1500  people  in camp in  England.  Write the.secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping .facilities and aheap power  or information reg^rdisig the torn and fruit lands of  \g^the district, and industries already, established  J  See me now about that Insurance  ������'  e  3lLjL\~>������j    I    A\ .-  '���������UiWAiAn1 lii.lK^X  I have a Large aad^spkadid. supply- of  Raspfe^ry Gaa������s for sale at low> prices.  Finest, quality.  Abbotsford  t.iinment will be of interest io nur  renders showing the extreme cool-  r.tss of lhe boys .it the Front:  The programme of concert enclosed may interest you. Several  young army offlcors connected with  various units decided to try and hold  right up in the Somme front, and although not actually in the trenches,  they were well inside the shell area.  They had to give the concert a name  end as the only thing to be seen all  around was mud and desolaton, they  christened   it   the   "Stick-in-the-Mud  EVERY QUALIFIED VOTER  SHOULD  BE REGISTERED  The amendments to the Provincial  'Election Act providing for the registration of the women of British Columbia as voters is now law, and every  British Columbia subject, male or female, over twenty-one years old, is  entitled to vote, if registered in the  usual way. Under the changed law,  the time for registration as a   voter  has been extended until Monday, May  14 th, and every .woman voter should  make it a point to have her name  upon the list.  Forms are provided by the collector  of voters upon which the application  is made, the form varying according  to whether the applicant is a British  subject by birth, by marriage to a  British subject by birth, by marriage  io a naturalized British subject, or by  naturalization in person.  As there is a possibility of an election before another, revision of the list  it is urgent.that.every qualified voter  should make it, a point to see that the  proper application is filed before  Monday, May 14th.  where he will act in a similar capacity to Mr. E. McTaggart, who recently resigned. Although a backward season Mr. Grant went- away  with a good impression of the district.  ?;ew markets commissioner  Mr. Grant, the new. Markets Commissioner, accompanied by Mr. Win-  slow, of the HorticultnralDepartment  visited the district this-week,' spending several days here. Mr. Grant  will leave shortly for the ��������� prairies',  THE FISHERIES  In British Columbia the final figures of the salmon catoh show a total of 995,065 cases, a smaller number than in any year since 1911.  Deep sea trawling has been tested  on the Pacific Coast, and promises  to be successful. The owners of a  large, cold storage plant, on the Pacific Straits between the main land  of British Columbia and Queen Charlotte islands, have equipped a steam  trawler which now makes regular  trips to the fishing grounds.- One  trip of four or five days netted 60,-  000 pounds of fish. ; Tho fish gathered in by the trawl are of many  varieties, for all of which there is a  ready market, and one that gives  promise of permanency.          ___  .        . !������������������ ������������������ inn i i inil iii n m \ ���������! ii*��������� jiii_T"_ i.mi ^piTy*T"*Wpijr"WjiYi:'.'iTffi /J.  ::};  i  \/  THE ABBOTSFORD PORT,  ABBOTSFOtUX 13. 'C.  iwwwmiWm'ww^ "t r.tvn-r"^  ifw������*������r������rwi������fi-vw*'. .>tw<M  mn, *-"-> 'I ������t������H *������������TH www i*������r*Ji  hi wMrjrvM mxr' v * *  ��������� ���������-Uf* *������������������������TV**  ��������� '"-������������������������  ran  Vi.**iW -  if  #*���������$#      wis  ���������,���������  ���������T^TrTd^������;������i=r.=r.���������v~:=^^^  f  wm  m^,......������...^^.���������..!���������  -��������� '"^'"j^^j���������" n   . ���������*���������������..._*. -. ������*>..-..~-..-.V��������� .*., ���������.���������...���������  -.-���������-.- --_- -^^-^-^j;--^-.;--.:^^-^  ___z__nas3imammm*Jas������*xxmtnzs^^  ti���������r-mwjB���������a  The Red Cross will have full charge of-all the Booths on the Grounds  saaseis  ss&EsaaasucaaoBs  sgntamafiiuiiM.nl..  ������  id  New. 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For  ���������lams, Bacon, Smoked Fish, Labrador  Herri 115? and  ��������� Salt Cod  , Choicest.''ill cal������ Always oH'.Hand  habl1 ol' smool !i'i!/',,<ier 111.; surf-mo "    miliiary  serviee,   S  am   '<   I  im-d:   :is   rough   mi   J'AcI:   moanAiimi ' ; ;-,'. ���������    ,..:;.- oil 'i .);i"<i,   !;���������:.!  iiml    cfii'ls,   iililfjH    ii:i(l    fe.'i'.-.sl'T;;',!''!''    io lm   :   . ..-..!. ' :'. 1 tJ.'i- :��������� c .1_.  *  Imvo, their work cul out to heal. Lbmr   simp  uAh   more  i;:u >   Ivn  way   through.     When   iVJr.   Mud   lay,-,   :iry  I  \,'.i:; ,;',cH inr-, !.-:���������; ix.'f.  down his ultimatum  (hat you    c:\\   !    mo n i.: ���������; in ;;iv;-i'A 01 x    ?  p:ms  you   can't;   not even'in  a, ford:    nA-,1 r\.< rmai ion, an I  m,,  lill .lack     Frost,    comes    along    aud   y:\---i. is iliu': i.wm; umibh-,  l'ive.".<,s   Mr,   Mud   out. j m':;." im'A ���������.   to     comniim     i  Ci plain   liriiee    Barinsl'aLher    has "v- i! !��������� J1' " /������*��������� ."'l  l!';u! ,;1(!vi������ "!;''  m:������l".  every effort   humanly   poiwlbi.-;      Aim' ii:. r h-tUr recmv" I. in i-w.n hi  to portray PloogsLreel, mud hul  timi'i'    . ���������:'-n?,i vat.: in   ill  i:.i something aiicTtil  Plug .Street Unit's.! ,','������'  not 'unman,,11' if isn'i   jusl   heavenly,;''   ���������'���������'l-v1'  '���������'���������"' dr:vi.i  li.'a aii (Jinni- ', round  n ������������������  I.I';1!  1  i a rrii'-ii  n:i  . .. m      ril      :  ���������<!   ! ':���������,,',  ::i'(U  ' :,   P.   '.'.  *���������. i A  l:ii V.  A.   SWIFT  ".'.-1/  ! 1 at. least Lis unearthly.  ;   1.1, !i   a' 1 i ,i In ".   :���������!���������  1: 1 Aa.im >' i. ho  v, u:; ',������������������!; In .',     !;' I '.'���������  <j a    a,    1 iiy    milk  always   iinil   ������������������'.   AiA,.,;   Tor  a 'h    Ui".!1 !;:ia. '   ho sayfi  '.'ami.    I.-II     if     I  Am'    ovor  I had  the  chance  I   \,<"iWi   !;A:.j  ;, .. 1  .ir;  H'llHMIIffTOTJUmU  mnwtfjaaagna  Eancsnancama  [j! present and almighty as were lhe r  ��������� of  l-Jamolin, ii.nd     there's    ho    !'  ===-#7i I'ipor.     With tho mud of    Ypro:-:,    il . ��������� .���������> u cou.-ay 111  nmclmm  belongs  to  the category    of     l.himm Tin;) opportunity cam.'- Io lum mi  orm  thai. .beggar discripliou and  turn lho ol   the     Coiiimissiou's    .cm-.'ah ;-.<-. -m  liuir  of  lhe   war-correspondent   grey. ' l)omiil:].ls.     After   six /.'.m.'k..'     I'miA-  ���������   Picardy mud!     Thy dm Iky  iucon-'  cstioji to Ihe work th.To, mi waaaAI'c:  [.[.iisfcacy;        (hino       fi ll-ooiiroiuitlhu' - !;aiar,   U. .;-iiiir. bi.:',' ai,   :���������'���������".1  _!!.'_ .m, nu  j groaainess,    those    I hy ' pcularil ics aalary ' hoginniK "i(     Vi'<>    :>     lui-.i.'Si.  ! shall go down lo poslc'rily nn u    l'.v~ wiih  nood     lo-ospoctK    o^     :.:''���������im.-. ���������  1 wore'   and   anathema..,OI'l     would      ! mmii.  ; fain   have  oncompasaod     Ihou     wilh  ' sandbags sown  by Sifil.-r Susie's Sis- !'oi!i'' tiJiie a,",-) it ;a:'o;i;- d proI'Malile  ;ler-in-law  Sarah,   bill.  I'm   han/U'd   if Ui-'i   Micro  wool:')   b"  ihl".  \r;\r a   :w  thou would'nl go Ihorein,     Thy iii-ih-s ,^-r  ".luirl.'ir,!'  of   laiiui1   in- Mi"   W'-si  of chalk   while li'enchcs.  lorn   pilled rpi pi'dviinc;-,, bin aw i'e; in ��������� h.> n n i. .���������:'  with   .niillianl  shell     holes,     slippiur, <-ri <>.-in ol   I he 'I lornlnien  ami  ]/n.viu  ' '���������'!''.���������.",*;e  ."'.   i'aV:'.',;.��������� :���������:���������'.;!   \\i\'.\vuiii\  ('���������>.  t/'-. ���������; . A.i.'id'-. 'I'llb' Io Kiiiiifi revosied  ���������������������������    A1'!:..!   ,-'!", If-   l.y    A(.(,   0f   ('oilgi'c1! 1  .*: ;. m!   ,,;, ae   !),   ' !i ! (J,   -Two     miliit.M  ,!���������;��������� ���������,  ji-'.i.ere.l   IhciKind  acres  to  '.��������� <:  oi,',m  (i   ior    ��������� Ioai'-sio'-(Is     and     sal-.'  ,\ ,t'mi i! ii)1;: I     .'"'d      'l.'imber      hind s.  -.; -.   : i' i v i - ' v . . iiij/'fo   ferl.y     Iiillion  ;'��������� ������������������ i   oi'   ''o.M.iiierrla I   liimbi r.       < 'o i>-'  '������������������; i,o*;,"C :'.(.!uo oi' lln'i bes'i. laud loft in  i ..''���������'��������� I    I--a [<"���������<���������.     I .ari/,-0    oiap      slurx, -  A,1,  ':���������������������������. d   riy ,'.-.ciioiiK ii ml doHcripl ion  ei" ec.il,  = ���������!"! m '! f' -;;,  fj'ial'all,  elevullomi,'  ��������� ��������� ".     ''- . i p-i!''!   one   dollar.   ,    (Irani.  ' -������-'.!s   i'o--ni:.'.g l'o.   I!o,V     ('< ID      l'o.r!~  !: ;"i.   < A'1.' ;Oii.  ������������������Ml)  .ilii  <:-y l.,'.l.\ i'AJt.^  ���������iir,*il 1 Jlivfcor  as  ciai   (lovcrniiieiiis  :-,',i; ioiia I  n't ���������  Owing, to recent' improvements, telephoning to  Kootenay and Boundary points reached hy the B. C.  Telephone Company is now very satisfactory. It's a  long and expensive trip to the Kootenay by rail, but you  save not only money but much time by ualng the telephone. You. may make an appointment, and Central  will have, the party at any time you wish.  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  didihg, ' l.roneheoUH   and   I'ailhlca!  ever a   I'russiaii; Iheso'shall  he Ihy j yj..,,   ('(iniinii'sion   cud   lhe   ll.iilways.  J memorials  so   long-     as     man     shallj|  lim\. |0(1|;.i .,.. HioiirJi l lie supply ol'  speak'   of  lhe   World  .War. ' labor inirhl lm mure f-iilifoacioi.v ��������� ha:i  TIKJU  AIIT Till'.:  LAST WOIII) IN^,,   ,., |,; '     {{rinrny, l'i-<������'m  mi >>-���������������������������< sii l ' :  Ml;l>, j hureans,  couipa red     wilh     IIiom'     ol'j'  -;";���������;���������������������������;-;������������������;    \ it\     ,,       '     ! lasl  year, uhou  a nuluiiaii' ia! 'iu--i e.-r-vi- .  I'lATI'K'TIM.'   K!'i,:("]'k),\ ! in i lie number oi  men hmkin;:-lor em ��������� i .  i|)lo\mcnl    on   farms.        l-ajMif.-s   lav')  Western    Libornls   Making   Prciwira-1 )U>H  ,.(,,���������,,i.-tinii-ig nol  so '"UH'li oi  ihe   '  tioos Cor dominion Conlcsl, VVhic'i'i ��������� K,.,M,]y 0|A|almr as iis cos:.       In  ih".i'l  Opposition  is  to  I<\)ivo ' j Ka'siern   I'roviuees,   jia rl iculariy  (hll-j)  I arii;,  the danger ol  ������������������y\  I"'  i'ur. rl-erof |-  i <--.-r oi I' mi'!'."l .'aipi'lK'K      i,--  f,y���������������������������(���������:!'-11f-i  !'.'������''.:':if,ii V,ir> ������������������������  .,".'<,..      i-l.'V. It.   l-,uri).UI     VI tj     ,'.'.  ,��������� .'.. ������������������.;���������.''���������''''JJA.-V'.KI.''*' ![!l!t,l|'-l|','|^, ���������  y \/->,S\f  .,   y,^yVi>V^  '"V.'*V^./JX^"N *rtV������* ' /* J  WINNIIM'X:,     April  la bor ahorlaye in j ,j  Uvery- | -roaler l,han-in (he we.st, lho e.vpliiu-| J  thing in the I'rairio Provinces points; ;1| iOM hmng that (lie c.ompeiinm of ; '/  to a .IsadoraI oloofion not later I ban ��������� miiuiijoii worker.-, ni grea-iA-r. \\ '.  j this l^all. Tho Maniloba Covern- ).,_,.._.,-, number of men who h.tiv !n-..'ji ;���������  ! menf secured an appropria,(ion of ; ,voi'i-:ing in l'a.;j Lories during' l hi ,  ' ^50.000 at tlio last session of I bo j win: or/ wil'Arcl urn io lho Kinus, ihe \  j Legislature to provide new election j ["nil;. giidoiiH ami (ho orcnards lor I he ' \  I lists, made necessary, it    was    (hen \ sumuier, and  will in some eases em-,)  \;\ ',i' 11 :J li ���������- J li      \..-f.Li\)\i'i-b*i.i J 4. * u  ft"i:J    -Wo-'  H .. .1    Hut w ������,  1/ i  I claimed,  by  women  suffrage.  j     Orders have now been given to pro-  barrass  the  lnaimiaeuiivrs.  <,*.'ii"i'i������'i������ and  'Acj>:ur Work  of  ali  V.'n'.da  /'"'���������<��������� ir.'ijijlrt f-on^ir V<-p?'(  /t:>..-.'tiit>������:.|j   i.������-jj,,.il    i'uUiiV  Satisfaction Guuntiitccd  Ne.-f to Alexandria Hotel  r-^-vm.**m~F*^������i*icrxt\vxr-vrMKVi***v.t tpwt Twrgy^wiggg ��������� bbmbbii  Ww&wm*^^  y|MinyiAyaMWTpnr������cWM  w iDnct������nni������i������n'3^Bju i^\  pare this list, and it is the intention        cheerfulness is a gospel thai, every  Ji  to  use  if in  Lhe     Federal     elecliou. j v,-0man should possess; it,    is    worih.   )  hi 19 LI the Laurier Government re-! m0Vj than creed or dogma.     Ask tho  fused  to utilize the list provided  hy I m-v wn0 n_[nii the hard baLlIes    of  "*'���������  the  Iloblin Government of ManiLolia  .]ifo"ttUaL jfmeans to go home to a ' ^.l^l^^^^^^^^^^fp^l?  and forced new lists under its    own- clu-f-i-ful v,-ife.  Cheerfulness is a jev-   ^'^"���������^���������-������������������"^���������v--*^-<^^  supervision. j cl ol;ilCi. jn prosperity or adversity.  A I ^ yrjVTrJ    l?MVT$l *. ���������������> rl  When Hon. Mr. Graham and    Mr.' lov-.,.uil.iLe(l     ruultrinduis   wife   can i *���������** *f &&*. .'j. , ti-O Z v ���������il������������������  Macdonald were met    in    Winnipeg,: ]afjL |jit of ho,)Q .nul 0TUilug=. .   Regina and   Kdnionton     hy     several; nei.,   ;.n'nini���������ll,pr  in  ���������  l-rnuhled  heart., i x"T?^^  eiTfiVWQ  our Ms  The Biggest Dol!ar?s  Worth in the Fraser Valley  Sixteen 14-oz Loa������>es  For  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and   Ba&er  ber 1st.  At the Saskatchewan Liberal convention in Moose Jaw three weeks  ago the Liberal M. Ps. held several  ! conferences and prepared for what  | they claimed was an election which  ! the Opposition would force before  ! the  end of  the summer.  VICTOJtY OVIOK WOUNDS  The [Disabled Soldiers'   Resurrection  Canada should be as proud of her  I wounded soldiers' victory over their  | wounds as she is of the glorious fight  ; in which they fell.' Their struggle  ' up from the depths of disablement J  is often hard, and even as heroic, as  NOT I CIO  To  Whom   it 3'ii.v  Concern  D. E.nL'RY, Proprietor.  TTCAMFNft and  DBAYTNG  V/OOD awl COAL For Sale  Crdcr,'";   Projisplfy  Filled  Qlvc us a call and 3*011 will  ;'f; lAsd ri'.',*ii{. svory time.  rAAKF> NOTTCE that tlie , .-���������o-'incr-,  shin heretofore exisiinp: het'-'eon T.  A. Awift and C. A. Kyall under the;  l"jrm name of A])i;oi.sfor.'l Ciavn^e Co.  at. 'he town of Abbotsford, in tlio'  Pro.ince of British Columbia has  th':' day by mutual consent been dis-' r������:\~Ar3-'P7-:7-:7^^:^  SO 1'*sd. 'x.L'.';������:A.:A'A- ,:,ji",i^ul'5VI>vii",,ili'fi^JE7Si������.Sj4A5tt^  i  il!  ADVICK  TO  MOW   AIlllIVALS.  !,'  Avoid the vicinity of bursting shells.  They take the most unwarranted !i  berties with your physique.  If you have any particular physical  feature of which you are proud,such  Don't over-eat when in the    front  line.  If an old tinier tells you to go out  J% j the'r desperate defence of Ypres or j ||  '    their (lashing capture of    tlie    Viiuyi v   __     jlidv:e.           "                                               j [:'j  The sigh of the minnenwerer may       We hear little, altogether to little | |;j  he a most seductive sound, but show, of these hard-won victories won    by; i'.j  your appreciation    by    lying    down.! disabled   men,     because     tliey    aro; 1.!  You may suffer a nasty bruise if you ; fought out in the seclusion of a hos-; ���������;  don't.                                                              ! pital, not in the theatre of war with j  When you hear sweet soprano note | Lhe  whole world   looking on.      But;  h���������ft, ^   a i.   _ *    v   -l   x   .,- ���������     -^   ,i ,: ��������� \ ������  J  Ka^Zi?-ivEui-i-��������� >.:,.  ���������<���������'������������������ j n;'  ���������&>  ,i ���������. ***.���������  ���������j  'J  of a traversing machine-gun,    stoop.  Bullets enlarge the poes so.  Refrain from excessive curiosity as  to the    constuction    and    propulsive;  such victories equally deserve public recognition. They show the same  spirit, the same pluck, and still more  indomitable* perseverance. j  preacher    on    Easter    mornini  ������������������,i m,jnf h,��������� lieiAninir-nn^t    hit him                   <���������                            i     a v-  ��������� l      A preaciier    on    master    mouiia^  and paint tlie ust'^niiiL post, iul nun                  l an    enemy    bomb. \oui ,nili^,i ,-���������-. (1,��������� in^ni-.-imr e-..-. ,-n  with anything loose and handy. mi-ht   find   out was Uianked lo. Li e mbpi. mg sei.u^.i  Be absent from the line of flight       D                         he had just preacheaou tne    rcsv.r-  of a bullet if in the open, otherwise.                MUDS   I  HAVK  MJiT. recion.    He said:     "1  hud  my te\,  ward off any familiarity with a thick                                 sitting *������ I rout ol    me���������-a    man    ,n  Jie  1,.  o ���������  ���������jhoi!  iim!  Parapet. In  my school days long ago,    niy ! ^lohi,   with a������ empty slccu  Don't look up    at    an    .over-head  teachcrs told me that the surface o������ j  >as  i������������l /"? J^1-110^101'1;.,/;110':.10,;  Taube.    The  aviator  may   be  chew- Uie Garth {s composcci 0f land    and   Ho .^L ���������"....^a,    b;irsL" "  ing Tobacco  "  Don't look over  what  the  German  can smell the go  If you suspect  rades of  being a war poet.     Watch I taU;;;ht.    This  third    component    is  him closely.     If you    catch    him    in   MUD      We   have   MUD>   mtjd,   MUD'did  much  for him:       so cuo  mo 0  the act lav him on sight. ( .uu]   ordinay   mud. : ercises and    occupations    rliar    ti:o  ii  ��������� n  Hi  /~\ LA I..J  ��������� ���������'    I    W :      V^ i     . I���������   ,      l_>.    *>  'Strictly -fet-chs--; m every iospect.*   Tbe bar is  .jtOtvtVV-ll     iV   i '. il    Irl.i-    fj^~    ������������������     ���������-'J-     >���������  o a T ~ <^-     ^: :-"' \   T '"i  A. J.  HEMDERSOf  < M  v: "Ai'~"  fKjf^-. ���������_3-jr.-ji������T������:T������W.^tf������������s������w,^ut1"-v.   f",^*n"  .I ��������� ^..'; V -.,1  _,^_'^..--,--..'���������v  3, liTjiiov aRei G-rgavs,  .Gi;   P������R   EfA'Y  FROP-RIETGRSjs  ' v.ij*"-.*."������,vrrr-/i*������������pM*1  iWWBiintfirts* .n^������*������ta*������j^  "Doctoring and   nursing of course   ,'  1  ' ft     1* l!      *  /*     ij ^  i**  ���������,'  ������  -7  h  5J  J  ���������(-  ^  '.'-  /"> t  1 i  vA  ? - A J i ������ ��������� >i  ��������� i x".i  fc'U-k.-.    i. i <-i v ^- "-V  simulate   senn-dehnuin.   and     moan f.     g    ^    ���������    ���������     _   1!U0 tle world, a IJfcl,c      a���������d    a. )K.   .5  faintly-"rum,  ruin  -you -ma^not    ^ ��������� ���������   ,r automoblles   ma,   he says, ,n spite 0    us !o    an      ,  get anay, of course, hut    its    alwa>s ^ l   Ah Ifc  WRg     Authentic cases resembhug i,i'u;., 0  worth the chance  as an exceptionally ymetrical shin-  bone, conceal it carefully from enemy  shrapnell.    Tho    alterations     might  courteous    in    its    attentions    and.   not rare in Lhe records of ih-.i Mi!i;ary   \  while naturally inclined to cling, sub-   Hospitals   Lommissio.i.     nere  are  riiivted quietly to an order to "vam-  few that 'have nist    been    coininua-  I  not suit you.  Be absent from the neighborhood  oose.  icatod   with   uv: ���������  American  mud   has something all       A mechanic    who    enlisted   .with   _  ,,-������������������, ,        (, ,.,   nn   -sown.    It gets there every time; the Princess Pa. ricia s tte������imeut was  5  of   rllle-grenades   when   they  .11 e   m, ^ ifsji .. {l,.riv0Sf it-s thcre to slay,and wounded,  returned .to Canada, spent   j,  the point ot arriving.     rhey are  no,       ��������� .      f.   y  u threB meniiin 111 ;i  eouv:i irsceni. ho:>  respectors of the.King's un form. and. ->    foi some ^uc^o^gct^ 0 ^    ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^  khaki shows stains so easily. ! f,ia,,,h t{/makG your get    away;    no. nier  pay,  having  taken   lull  advant-  Never use your clasp-knife for    toV^,   America's  the  land  that put age  of  the mechanical  drawing and  pry the nose off an unexploded shell. ; ^^ '."jyp>' jn  mud, see? arithmetic classes carried on    there.   5  You might break the blade and lose j      l.^ th������J c|)sLinaCy 0f    all    thing'! writing to the hospital instructor, lie  a day's pay for    destroying    govern-   Kir,;!{p|1  v/it.h the pertinacity of    all says: ���������  traoe; soiiCitea,  Newly Fiiraisfced ;  ment property.  Lb-  Yankee, and you've got    the       "When  I enlisted, I  was    earning  Have no dealings with  the trench   ^.-uee of all things Canadian;    Thus   about $3 a day at    my    trade.      At.   -j  mortar   bomb.     It does'nt  advertise. Canadian   mud.    It's  got  a  nasty   present, and since my discharge lrom  Vcwx:  ivs*     . kvi.O it <i. t    i\   t   .      i     i  ������������-...' .!     j <. s���������  :  c   ' /   t ?������ f T { v, 1 S~* *"*<> '"Ai rv 5     ������������������ C? . i   /"*  1   IC 1   (!   i   ai   - -J?' S.J -������������������S '   - t      "������������������������������������   I. ��������� v-' ���������  :.'C.f'22T������TrS,r!ST.^Z������  Ml  '!>  p.' Il  11


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