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Widths ,.i n:;/White:: and ..Grfieii:.'...'./, ;l:; :���������  ���������per ;yard.'.;'.;v-.-:;.;^'. ���������.'.;;..:��������� :..:;;;y;-;Vv";;:..:;>^Vx,:;;.'|-3;:ll:  i?,^  HJ'.-Ji-.J'.' :-t"  B2nSCS222CE  EOaimEBIE  :.GPIOICE:..FJJ-ESH--'^imOEIilES ALW!XSi-I;  l'{ ,;..i;>..2. i:-  -1  -,"9.^*'^.  1  Eccsaa-   ^ses*'  'U;.  jazleii Block  Jlhi^iiP:l'^l!'ij'JiLL^r  gj ���������3SlSSi^MSS^^iSSS^2M5^^  * "v.'"'-'-.^--"'.-  ���������*������ w'"V*r~'������.''" ������->.--i.  ���������kKAJ'iTHViil'EPO'KT-O'X.. .:  ...     WORK OF RETUUIV^]!)  ,:: ���������' '���������'���������'���������'.' SOL11IERS'. COrilSliHSrON  Provincial Conmiittees.''.'Dpiiiij' SpieiKl-  id Service in Matter of  Etiiployment  023 Mefi Have  Ueen   Placed  |,'Hospi?.a.!i;'. (.!6iviti.'ii':ii:,;lGi.������.  \     .    C i {.NiCr ���������   -''r. v'i''-!^:-���������".-������������������- .^!X '���������-':   > :>'^.'; ��������� ^p-Vv;  I .T".!Ii;.!!.-.-goo.{'i-.--.serv'ii.v! ii;r..-; u.s���������-:���������;<��������� j  erect ..-bv1... !J!'tv!:.:!o!'y.i....i-.;,H'l'-:y"-:"^:'.':.  C-OUintlssiOll:��������� tll-rOKg'il- i'-!;<>. :\V-;.vii'!v  ! GviueJi';oii ;by .'iito .;:;'.{���������!..'f:h;\; '-i'<iv..n,  !,pioym'oilt lit:?*-' I1 :.'���������;'in ;irr-vi..L-.id" h\-y  i'iUOii;,.'���������'of tii-^j'j -iiy<. uro. ;ii-..;i :r-!;."..i;  I from ovo:..";i.;oo:i'.n.Hv! ;j^',iii:.:.a. .-.;.'.j.;'J ;  I.not: been- ov; rcca:-;.  .   '  ;i'  iaw'n ;:a';..:'t;  i i)'.'   ii 1'- ���������������������������  I iir;   < ���������'���������.;��������� :-!ii:  ���������' .-Compilations'- of statistics from tho: wsmliti' ol ��������� iiu-ir-  returns covering the month ol: Juno i for, ov'ixsc-as   d\i  supplied, by. all  branches of the pro-j guartk duly, .:.i'nd  vincial   Returned   Soldiers   Commissi-!     :"Tho ro:ni)i'.i:i^  ion, reveals a very satisfactory, anxcol.-'r<'n.i'.u'iii.11<-Wi -���������aw \\  ���������of-'affairs from the eiut)!oyi:uxnt:poi;it j |1U.^|,     \u  .:,1j-s:x  of view/    From all .'.parts'.of Erilisii \ -oing   it.  is' o-  Columbia,  where the numerous com-j Gom;:   \ .'.;\\n v.-  mittees   have   for-  some���������..tiiiu!'/ past. ....y-^,,,]. .;���������;,Vj,......(.-  carried,on a useful work comes flu: vol i^ui.:,: I'.o '!.!:<:: :K  port of the heartiest of co-0])era!io:n <r vji; ..;-.,v r;  exhibited on the iia.rt'of the employ-; ; lK, ny:--.,\>::c' >  ers of labor. - ; ; w,\y.-\ :.,:  -;.-���������':![  There has been a growing dhiposh -; -truxn n;-n\;i:,-i;  ion as the magnitude of the i.ay!.v and- ('wnimis:������������������iaw'n  duty   has   been   hotter   under.;! ood   to |; o sy-.-nr  give   every   possible,- opportunity   for: ;ip|.'ii;-.;i  the man   from the front,     fn  his iy-' .ii,..y in;,  port, to  lion.  !>r.  McLean.  Provincial ; :i..s:^.iu:.  Secretary .of the Provincial CoiiiMii:������-i iii':im  t-b  sion    (|iiotes the uiidernofod  facts:      ' .i;a- a:;   :H,:;a'x;-.  Nearly 2,!)(MJ on  Records ������������������ ��������� '".A . ii.'-t   0"   ^i1''  "The total number of. nicii on  lho;.ny  tii ; v"<>-u.:;.;^^!-..-  Cominission'B Records arc l.Dl'.i;   uCju'iy c\-;>ry i;-;..i'c r.-.  lliesc there have,been iuvnlidod ho:nio ! vihec;    lif ������!:.��������� :'^'  to Canada, from overseas  for various ���������;.(;(,   date   ol'   ;!i-'-:  reasons l,'.io4: 50 men have been iv- > i ];;u   l .'.4 .;:/������������������:'��������� -x.i.di  called   for1 duty, in   Canada,,   and   '���������'>!   w, d,.,:: :;iav-.-ii ���������:������������������'.!���������.  have  taken  their discimrgos  and  r>j,-;-.;i \.u.,vvi-i\;i,->.\n.  turned homo on account .of Hfoppar-.'c !��������� :���������;->;������������������/,;,;,:   ���������<:.;  of'working pay.     There are also  in-:      ;.,..   ..;;:������������������,  ,,,,,;  eluded   in   the  Commission's   record , t-.., (  ,, ;. -;., s..,, ,......  139   sundry  cases,   including 'n.-scrv- ��������� <y::v  .,,,.,,  ,.....,...;.  isfs, ox-Imperial Service, Naval men. ; .. ,i;. ., ,,. ;;,-,, ';,,-,-.  etc.,-and 5!) C. IC. I-'.. men who have ,, j,, .'..,',,.,. .",... ,.,,;_  boon discharged before going ovc:'-;.-.. f,,,, ,,;.:1. ; : .i.-. :  seas. :   ,-.',!���������. ,.i   ;::-.;,!...  ���������   ���������: a  There are  70S     meu     undorgr.'hig , -, -jh,   !:������������������   :���������.     .-..-i   :  treatnient   at   the   Convale:;<-\:ui    ii::'.-������������������; vi,,- v,!.������:���������:   ; : ���������.'>������������������ ������������������ ' ���������  pitahi and Sanatoria opeiaie;!  i.\   i;1-''.   ������������������\nv   ;������������������<.   ,'       -:.  Military 1 tospitals CoiMViiiix-a.';! ia txe'   ,,     :     ;-.   ...  .  Province,   and   7X   men   I m ��������� i /,;*���������; i. s; -,   i-'I,-,....,-,.,,..-      ���������     -  British Columbia have been  ;iiver(e.-i ; <���������' ''������������������������������������������������������  to  that  Coinmission'H   inst ii m ! J< m;:;.   i a :  other provinces..   Seventeen  men are1       ���������.;,���������.    '. <���������.,.  faking courses  in tho  vocational   )���������������������������-   >.i,  ;.-���������.;,. ..,;���������    '  training  provided   by     tlio     Militai y , .-.pe.n  LV.-MOU-  illtt-r: .5  Ii ;-; :';;���������;���������  ���������:.' ������������������   If  ax   !f;  ...ana v    ilea r   tail  XXL,  alxlieA.'^VJybGbS-S  ���������i.a.;;x.-.:,.::.,'.. ������������������, :..������������������'... , -,.���������.:.' |  .;.-.-������������������ ,..���������:, r;.,x..,.r .'...:.<,-X,.'.!  M.a;:ey. ,;.:  : and ..Ax  eitfiir.  ,. ,jxx.S:H^^    ,':D  .;;;.int'ciHge'ucxy:isr'I hat wevarie''not capablex,  ''^���������Mt:.: iiii (iiking xoftxvo ;,tli'iiigsxxatx''6hce;.',-.:--  ���������xxx-axa;-fv/'V';1--���������-.���������'x:-j   -a'A |;'i1'^f;a^fi>caiV;^ idea,;';in;xx  ;^;A:;''x;*.f'::^:'f a';;a'v-t ;x  ;A-:A'''.'a:XX:X,Vf.:.   fx)v*-f^  M'S^i'fS^-ffi-^'?^1!;: !!A!'a'&tx!:!.!^';tioge'rs-3or'deii.x^  ^^i^Aavxxaai-a'ya^xaxoK^aa;   ;-;.F'o:r:;i.b'a.f',.i.'irbgram;vis.'h  rti;'?.xixi>A;!aar.; :.ar '.vxiJHrh :.^  rXx;;; !'f:iia.^j;.'. ;;a-X:a)aa;.i  ��������� ������������������ j i.'avx-;;iia;nax .ant-tx; aaiiv^i|,oSg-^������.yi-,o  \voiildX oppose7this.;resolti-���������/';,  :.i;;xx.aa;x;va:, -. ;x"'i.!M,A'iv^V:��������� f-ienfAxraxofx-'alidthe  ;:^,';;yv;;;^l.i:.^h^sp^v;:;^  X-fx; vvxxrfxtiicoj^.^ i;afuxx  .:e!;U:';i.:xU;-u&A^ ahdvth'exMax-x-X:1  x;'^V>''- ^:;A'-V'r00 aairiy;'b;x-::;._-'jjj\-;i,:Uj-;i.s-,4-:'t-:re :ix>itndai'naLiberalxRuGsia;..;-a  -)'K).;''ix;A-:' :"'A :. ''?;axX-   d;| Partyas^  Cx^vaiixAxxneVi:,u������aordor|:ar:xix;1nxi)Owei-::fd'r;fiye;}'ea;rs must";sud-x.a  ,xaAxx.-A .A .AfrkiAxhA'.aa'faeuiyv ceasn. on4 the "eve ;of. xtjiis-elec-x  if.a'A:'a;ia:i''';b,U1i.A'a,l-a^fAX''x';.;:;,-.';;.i.b  'AiaV xaxsA Ai!i': .i-;:A:;^;ia;,V--':;.j'>A:.'f. j^  :'->'vf'A:'':;f:VrvA':-'A:Mi'v';->a  ^aaxAaxaiA^aAAxa.exi ,-i Ira |Ax"e(e titcylpnlyaceiniureAtO   be ;'allovyedVf";  ���������-���������xa?,.v;iv;'avt'n:A atAg^  ',x,xa;AAA;a;xrxA; Aaxaaaa v* A'vvix^  <'a.'aA;au:Uaix::V.'.'!iAi.;:���������'.'..    Xa ,| h.auxts���������:pAs.f^i hey have;gi\Acn-the governvx;  r-^q^irrv::./^. erifA-lucif A Xnaxul A-very a-psitanceahda.-.free-hand.-A,  'AAA.A;J:AA,:xf^xAAiAAAxvaaAi'' -..������������������, a!|Uai xcatue t;he /choice of- a,, can did-VAi  A-'vUvAe ���������C.i''ira;ia;h::aik,;,pLja,t;.A^  .;:A.: xx-'A' J:.'Mc.;:ivo>':v.:.'o.f.;"Ch'jlli\yack:-'.'-.;..-.:.' A.:'-'A"(;x.aa-x':ai'-  -. A.A'a"; :.A;axAaxa;oA; .lAjrixia;.. Mrx-Munroe asccmcliiigUhevplaffprnt;;.;  .':;Yft;r;hafe:';dc?.ii^';in^  ixxxxyA;V!xa.iA;AuiglitAlKv-.prpu^  axxaaevo\vi;!" of at;:iuxAix:wayA;iux'aii61aier.x;;  aaAA:Hx!Ai:ii&.b.uiqthiiig;.;Iess'A: xfAneverA-^  j ��������� A;; 'li }W> Ab;.i.i ivv bl'ci.Ai .11 Aujii y;;-1 i I'e. -;'f oLidiayp-a  If a AixdA/idirgAfctip u i^li^  j fVicVghty "-';.si>i r-i.'.t;.--'i)ef 6 rb' ���������; "<i;6s(:r-ii c ti p'ii'.": ^:-'TA-::  j xa;3xi]aiermlned: jti:-.i.ny resolution   t������  -:  ���������iia;lxAiiix,;front:: further   participa;tioh; x  A;, iilAbac !ifia.  ��������� ::l can; be'������������������ 0tana: usexin :!,:  ' i Ai;A Jiri;Ug line, x Thexquestipn;._.  thsrix  ; jar;tA������: t o; me.    aV!iu A(.'. justiliedin 'using/;  j AAV ';f'u.dj;:'meht xor:'���������piac'iiig ; my feolingw  -  ;' Ai xaxiaaation t.o -the, unanimous xjudg-   -  > iaanAaxt"r>o :m;my of Any  fellow citi--;  ; xea^'A    i. do, notaseo' my way clear to ..���������.,  ixia an.   .��������� Noaaanxcah, feel his ainwor-;-:  laAihiess. or iiicoiiipetency Anorc ���������than;"-'I a A  AUxA     if. overwhelms iue,xbiit 1 would  ; ��������� ;A:i ar-y^elf  less than 'athe" meanest   ;  lAxaxan at I. "did .net feel bound to 'ac-: A'"���������'  ia-fja-xff'-'iHApires "a" man; to   do: his ;;  K;a-!.-.y AxAa.; it a,[)peals to "..the very best .'  : ;!���������;;{;   ia.xin  a   m;ni,'.; n-hen   his; fellow ,  Aah^A aletaotiatrate Aliat they believe inf x  "\ aha.W'i.- ihavo learned to. be disappoint  a<r lira la: men iir whom we have nail-x;"  .��������� raA.oiir: i'aitb: for decades... Txfelt A10' aA:  : ajise 'fitotiou -wlicn you;were speak-.  xaig: 0!'  tilt)  instructions.    vl   felt  no  A  i'-resctst'uent. lint I t!,sk you to consider   ,  j a nioiaxaA ,     Great   movements  mayx-A  1 aU : Aoaax xtA a moment. .  \\re: do not A  !���������'':;iio\v;.y. ;.iat great, political action may   a  j aA  brought about in the great poiit-  iAcal Aoti vent ion about  to  be  held .in A A  j ;.!.;.o IxaxA    . 11  may chango.the politl-  !-ail. rehi-iotiships of; candidates. Thus  hi.' 'ban   might  stand  lira false  light x  ; xaxd, !ant< his host intentions abused.  j !'o;'-be'.frank with you  1  am strongly  I advised xio  keep at. a  distance  from  I nMadiiit:^ like. this.     But I am, not so .  ; ���������������������������:��������� i:;>aass>ii.   it   does   not   matter.much  ��������� vaifif I aind    i'or the past few weeks   A  \-' .l.-aVi-'Aeeii r-ulmicrgcd���������my indigna-  I'Axa   h:a,   boiled   to   think   that   it   is  ' ���������..  : ;.;aa;iia: we have :xo many fellow citi-  ' ��������������������������� a.-x ia  Canada   eapabie  of so  much  aa-f;i"r!i  and  indifference on -'this   ������������������  iiax-aia!; at' conscription.     I must ex-  'iv- .'��������������������������� my '.!i.sa.ppoiii! tnent, with     both-.  a'dai'.A i^tirtierf,' when 'men appointed   |.i etiir-e are trying to delay and  a.id. raxf '; conscription day after day  ���������..'���������.'::!. a.fe;: w������.:ek,'iuont.il after month.  A.'h'-'l. A-1:xliy-.Ti. ticcoaiplishcdy 1. r-.sk  ������������������ : ���������> a'i Aarne^y what chancy has the  : ..��������� a a)!-- xa'uu of conscription in Can-. ,x  ax- iedfv? We may work ourselves  , 'xa- a  -a'aat ecst.acy what we are go-  X:.   Ax lioavliftii 1 In: election comes on.  I V. !a-;.: aa  the'real  chances  for  con-  ; s'?:'ija:'.'D) Won . know   Aiomefhing     a-  xv' A'" unanimous opinion  in Que-  ; ��������������������������� c'"\f-ii' >aay iruow something of the  :������������������ a -a 'a   : !-f v erxira' mt-n in   ;?-  a      x.     !::;(..,- ia-an in our midst who  ���������������������������y. '���������������������������. ;:--  yra.-i\i\  !  tAAx;  "or ear coun-  -;���������; i," \  ;x'j ��������� ;   -,. a;a, ; a'!      "V-c.i ;��������� caudid-  ���������: v, a:  ;;.:���������..������������������' to do Ci .i;'tt. ol sine step-  ���������aa     '. ''"-������������������ ���������' are. !'As of thia,:;, to b<:-.  ��������� .:ff)e;a;a:d a;!',  i. app.'t'.-ii'f": ;aa hon-  :   a-  -- a-a   ; ;.i ve % a;a- a--.      1  .!'c:-:i  ��������� ia- re-  b   a   :������������������'   :   :a>a !-.  1 la.:  t r M til   wh'-'ui  J   say  ....      1: ... :,.i,      -,.- ,-      f    ,-,      T-   -.-o  dx-xx.d ihe C/jll-  t m ��������� xaaAua; v:lo������-  g   of   "(.',ad   Save  ��������� "'a-.*' ; i : f.  .      'til.^ '1 ";"' > '���������  .Xj-axiavravaal- -b  ��������� aai lc alisA'jH  ax 'xae : sxHi a  daal one yor;  ���������Cross ti). r.hv  i.iUi'tUg.' the  :r.r-.;::ii-Audfa:  o>   meoL-  - i  ; '- ' i  ~1 .  i.a.a-;j. .;;ae 1.0  [HOat!AbV  'itJ  Anaon    ibtr<'>-  HIH    !:H to  ��������� in-irftai-j-ti  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD,. B. V.  . Published  lilvwiy  I^-iday by IUmj  Poat  t-Uibiialiiug-  tiompauy  weekly J'oufiiai devoted to the k;tor.eefc.s of A-b'botsi-oi'd and district  Ad'jTerWaidiBg   rates   made   known   on   application"  .   Gur   Shibboiltet5*!���������Neither   for   nor  agin'   the   Ciovenniiont  J. A. BATES, -       - Better and Proprietor  FRIDAY,   AUGUST  111 17  There was no   mistaking the1 Jess of party or precedent���������and  stand of.the Liberals at the convention at Abbotsford on Saturday last.    One struck a key  in the formation of a National  Committee made' up of the most  capable leaders in all important  note when he remarked "If any; walks of life:  Agriculture, La  man comes out and fights cou-jbor, Finance, Manufacturing, to  scription, I will fight that man advise and assist him in taking  to the very depth of my soul, I! care of the present emergency;  am for conscription first,    last1,and to plan for the future after  and all the time."  Another struck   a keynote-  another keynote���������when he remarked that he would fight for  conscription  although    not    apugh to have all    his    former  fighter, or how could he face his  the war. But perhaps this might  be the best scheme after all.  But Laurier is politician en-  son when he returned, and  should he not return, how  could he face him in the world  hereafter."  These are two keynotes-thai  will influence, the voting of   a  great many men in the coming  Dominion election.    How can a  father,  who  has  consented  to  his son going to fight for his  country vote against conscription.    He cannot; as if he is patriot enough to consent to the  going of his flesh and blood to  fight is he going to by his vote  act directly opposite to his first  action���������even although a Liberal and a life long follower of  Sir Wilfrid.  It will be liard for men who  have voted for Liberalism all  their lives because its principles were more for the commoner than the principles of  the old Tory party or the pres-  followers lined up to the scratch  Just watch and see.  Uneasy lies tho head tluif is full of  schemes to get even  with somehodv.  looked after your advertisement  Another thing to remember���������  don't Uiiuk that by placing a  few three or four inch adver-  menfs in the paper for a month  that you've done any advertising thai will result in profit. Be  conservative in'your expenditure, but at the same life allow  your advertising" to represent  the part' of a good salesman.  Use enough space each lime so  that the people will se it at a  glance', and put enough 'ginger'  in it so (hat it will be remembered-long after if , has been  read!''  ."Always remember it pays'to  advertise if you can deliver, the  goods."  ��������� "If you do not know what is  it) your store, and the clerks  know less, you will miss many  a good sale."  "And remember the public  are independent enough to buy  advertised goods."  and if must also be continued co-oner  a Lion���������on the part of all employers  of labor that, the Commission can  hope to carry on' their worl; successful ly.  "So far the Commission has nothing but. satisfaction to express with  regard to. the assistance, received  from employers along this liiu\ and  limy art; confident Unit they win con-  t'liuo to connl - upon receiving their  heartiest support In the future."  Complete Analysis  The following are flic complete iig-  ures covering flic dispositions of men  under  tho jurisdiction  of tho i\l.   !.).  No.  .1.1:    , Total  number of men on  ���������Commission's  records,   l,!)l!i:   fix)  C.   13.  F. men returned  from over  seas���������  1. Invalided homo to Canada....'  2. Recalled   for duty, in Canada  .'!. Returned on account of stoppage of  working  pay   (b' Sundry cases, including re-  scrvists^ ox-Imperial service  men   naval men   etc   (c) C. !G. I'\ men not been overseas   : '.   1. Men returned fro.ni overseas.  2. Men  hot been overseas .���������   Diverted to other'provinces for  treatment   Fmployinent  provided   by   fiie  F i n p loy m en f Co in in i ttees������������������  (a)   Men reurned from overseas  fbj Men not been overseas    Uo-C'llliKtllKMlLS���������  (a) I\1oii returned from overseas:  1. For home guard duty    2. For overseas duty     (b) ,Mon not been overseas:  I.Fur naval duty    2.   For overseas duty   :..:....  631.  77'  GS  776  j-iocal  531  32  1  3  0 0  .1  'or work 'not yet  for work   not  yet  ..!,!) It)  Talks On Advertising  ent day Conservative, to go  back on those principles and to  still vote with a party whose a-  vowed leader is an anti-con-  . scription ist. He must vote for  the win-the-war party. There  are thousands such in Canada-  today.  If the English speaking Liberal conventions are of the  same mind as the Abbotsford  convention there will be no  doubt about the fall of Laurier-  ism.  There is one thing that the  Abbotsford convention overlooked and that is a resolution  to disfranchise every able-bodied man who is a slacker. We  hope the Conservatives will no*  forget that.  The Liberals of Westminster  district are to be congratulated on their choice of a candidate, as he can always be counted on to act in his countries' interest.  What will future Canadian  historians say of the life work  of Laurier?  It is not the proper time for  an election.     The Liberals are  not satisfied with their old leader;  neither do they think that  Borden has made the situation  clear enough;  that he has not  given out as reasonable amount  of important information as he  should.    There are many,  and  they are not all Liberals, not all  Conservatives either, who    believe that if the people of Canada were thoroughly  conversant with the seriousness of the  situation there would    not    be  the slightest opposition to the  fullest  preparations.    And  the  premier would be backed up in  a complet re-organization     of  his cabinet; taking in the ablest  executives in Canada���������regarcl-  A merchant was    lolling   an  experienced salesman about his  business   being  bad.    "There's  one of my competitors down tho  street in the same line of business," said he, "whose store is  not, as modern as mine, but he-  does more business than J do. J  cannot understand why people  do not select my store service  in preference to his    when     I  have  better  store  service and  merchandise   to  offer.    Before  i remodelled my store, people  said to me, 'why don't you put  in modern fixtures in.your store  you'll do more'business.' I did. I  put attractive fixtures throughout my store, employed experienced salesmen to give efficient  'service and lam free to say that  my business is incomparable in  this town. Now will you tell me  ���������.vhat's the matter with the people in this town?    My location  is good; I am careful in buying;  [ guarantee  everything 1. sell,  ?did still my business doesn't increase."  And the experienced man, after hearing (he merchant's  story, said: A necessity required in business where merchandise, service, system and  modern methods are at their  best, is���������  Advertising,  You've adopted the right idea  without establishing the   right  plan.      You've got the kind 6f  store in which people want to  trade, but you've neglected   to  let them    know    how    you're  equipped to handle their trade.  Your   competitor   down   street  advertises to    let    the    people  know what he has to sell and  how he sells it.      The   people  read-it in the newspapers and  ihey go there to buy.    The best  thing you can do now is to advertise.      Start an advertising-  campaign telling the people in a  series   of   advertisements   the  same sfory you've just told me.  Your    competitor's    advertisement appeals to readers of the  paper;  and remember Timothy  Baton's catalogue is to be seen  DECLINED $7,500 SALARY  TO SERVE PUBLIC FREE  oi������H>,-S-":'-':v$i'vT  At .Convalescent.  Hospitals and  Sanatoria, in   Province---  Applicat ions  Applications  iilled    (   Men  taking vocational  coures  ....Sundry   dispositions   as   per  mission's records:  Deceased     since, return   to  the  province   rerinanoiifly   insane,   discharged   from   service :   In   prison    ���������.   Left ,-fhe   province    ,  730  tilled:  J7  Coni-  20  $t������|l������l&  '���������**������  ��������� V*::-Xj-..a  :���������:���������:���������������<  *  "jx~���������Z!Z  mrtulKSS*"^  smh.  r^^  :%a  r  ���������-  ���������   ^^.fe-S^b^-.-rv.::----  MR.   JOHN   G.   KENT,   a man of  wealth   and   extensive   business   interests,  who  lias  refused  to accept  any  remuneration  whatever for his  services as General Manager of the  Canadian   National   Exhibition,   preferring  to  serve  the  public  free  of  charge.    He is President of the Toronto Board of Trade and lias been  on the Exhibition Board, since 1905,  always  showing a close interest  in  the work.   He was President in 1912-  13, the two best years in the history  of the institution.   Mr. Kent is head  of  the Boy  Scouts  in   Toronto  and  is identified with many philanthropic  enterprises.   Long and continued illness has compelled Dr. Orr, Manager  since 1903, to seek a long rest.  itness Stand.  A little flaw in his statements ruins the evidence of the witness. It may be a slight exaggeration, but the opposing lawyer seizes it and uses  it to impress upon the jury that this witness is  not reliably.  The Advertiser to-day is on the witness stand.  If he makes mis-statements he is judged accordingly and his entire advertising is mistrusted.  Wide-awake business men realize this. They  tell the truth in their advertisements; not because  they are better than they used to be; but because  they have learned that it pays.  The advertising columns to-day contain real,  dependable information that will save money for  you if you follow them intelligently.  %  %  W  i-������w\i  ������   MftllFttwBatfri'Tfl  COPYRIGHTED   IOI4  JMMiiai&gMiilJ  mmmsmffsm  [itrmt(llMftttlftlfffiltffi]  SEICLE   SYNDIC/  towmmmmm  ABBOTSFORD  DISTRICT BOARD OF   TRADE  ^  IJOD  AND  GUH FOR AUGUST  .Dounycastle Dale writes of experiences with waterfowl on the Pacific  Coast in the August issue of Hod and  Gun, which is now on the news-stand  while in The Letter of the Law, Leslie Hayward describes entertainingly  the experience of a typical Maritime  province guide with atroubiesome par  ty   is   New    Brunswick   woods. A  Day's Fishing in Timagami records a  perfectly satisfactory outing by a  number of Torontonians on one of  the dog days of last summer. Other  articles are King of the Stream, Canoe Racing, The Prairie Chicken The  Criminal, etc. In addition departments devoted to Guiis and Amunit-  ion, The Trap,  Fishing) Kennel, etc.  are well maintained.    This repre3en-  President, Hope Alanson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and -cheap power  ,   or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  ^ithe district, and industries already established. A  ill every home'in the town and talive Canadian sportsmen's publica  district; so are other Depart- tion is r������"t.out by w. j. Taylor, Lim  mpnr   dnvn   ,of,inmU    ���������',. !f   ited, ..Publisher, Woodstock, Out.  (1  ment store catalogues, and'if  the busy housewife thinks yon  have not in your store what she  wants she refers .to the catalogue and there she sees what  she believes she wants and as  she has a little cash she sends  Mary down to the store for a  money order and a letter hastens off to the Departmental  Store. You might as well have  had that cash.      You probably  KKALTHV REPORT ON  WORK OF RETURNED.  SOLDIERS'  COMMISSION  ( From Page One)  through the local conimRtees^for^iv  sisian/:c' in  that collection.  "As long as the condition continues as if is at present it may he not  always possible for the Commission  to supply men for vacancies offered  by employers, whose co-operation in  giving preference to returned   men is  See me now about that Insurance  9  9 '  e  very   highly   appreciated.       In     this  wrmlri   i-,o,r���������   u���������a   , ~ -[connection  it   might  be  pointed out  would   have   had   you   properly I that it is only by such co-operation���������  I have a large and"splendid' supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at: low prices.  Finest quality.  ���������m  ltVi.!,lrJ|1,i'Hl".iilVi!.,."i ���������\'-.  (0  !'<&  THE ABBO'T^ORP  POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  11(1  - iiri ini-iTUT"  ' ' ' ��������� "' ' ~        '   *������  ^at  OTSFORI  JL>1  FRIC'T  masBEKasxaasmsssa  flaraawwrcrawsoso  ��������� tmmmu  BtSJSWWaBCffiuTOWFjaffl  BHSgHHWaKSSI  Abbotsford and District  ier sons to  k  t a;-������C - m/Mrl-O   m  i lao  1  clone magnificently in sendm  or'the freedom and'nshts of the  e and her A  Asm*,'  ���������m  The following are the names:  W. A. Ferguson, killed.  PL E. Lloyd, killed.  J. McDonald, killed.  H. R. Gray, killed.  E. 0. Collinson, kilied.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green, killed.  Chas. Wooler,  (Killed)  A.  Witchell   (Killed)  M. Mallalue (Killed)  R. Hughes (Killed)  I-I. Green (Killed)  0. Kidwell, killed.  John Gillen, (Killed)  Sergt. C. T. McPhee  (KTd)  Geo. Knox, died, pneumonia.  A. J. Munro, (Prisoner)  L. Trethewey, (Gassed)  Wm. Morgan (Invalided)  S. McPhee (Wounded) _  D. Campbell,   (Wounded)  Albert Davenport (Wound'd)  F. Brown, invalided.  A. G. Adams.  E. Anderton.  J. Aitken.  Stanley Attwood  H. Arnold.  F. Beale.  Steve Beebe  G. Bayes.  Hilliard Boyd.  Ed Barrett.  J. Bousfield.  W. Bowman.  A. A. F. Callan.  D. Campbell ,  J. H. Campbell  W. Campbell. _  Tom CampbelL" .  E. Chamberlain.  E. A. Chapman.  Alex, Cliisholm  Fred Colbourne  M. W. Copeland.  T. Davis.  T. Donnelly.  J. Downie.  A. C. Dudden.  Paul Dutasc  Andy Ellwood.  Wm. Evans  Norman Evans  Geo. Fadden  A.'A. Per mo dr.  A. A.' Fermor  S. Finch.  A. F. Flummerfelt  J. Fraser,  Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  P. Geddes.  E. B. de la Giroday  Robert Gillen    ,  G. N. Gillett.  H. Gordon.  Gough,  Green  Grim ley.  Hands.  E. I-Iayes.  G.  PI.  I-I.  J.  G.  A. Healey.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Robt. Iiigginson  Matt Higginscn.  A. Hill-Tout.  Charles Pliil-Tout  ���������Willie Hill-Tout  R. Hughes.  T.  C.  V.  K.  J I.  J.  S.  M. Hut ton  Hulton-PIarrop.  Hulton-Harrop.  Huggard.  Johnston.  Kirkbride.  Knott.  Fred Knox.  Hen ry Knox.  W. Laird.  Geo. E. Leary  Roy Mains  T. Mawson.  Fran It McCallum  J. McCormack.  Kenneth McGilivray.  Stewart M.cG illivray.  PI. lVlcKinnon  Wm. McJnlyre ���������  P. D. McLagan  Matt Nelson.  Jack Par ton  Peter Pearson.  A. Pegrani. .   ���������  T.  Perks.  R. Peters.  Major B. Pottingcr  . S. Ramsay  John Rhodes  M. Rhodes.  Geoa Sharp.  Robt. Sim.  PL Skip worth.  J. L. Sausom  John Sinclair.  R. Smart.  T. Smeeton.  B. AY. Suthern.  A. Teng.  W. W. Thaw  L. Trethewey.  T. Usher.  Walker Wallace  Gordon Walters  Harold WaIters  Thos. Walters  J. Welch.  A. Williams.  J. 0. Williams.  Percy Wilson.  Frank 'Wooler  Manlius Zeigler  are we, wno are  towards the Canadian  , going to contribute  verseas oervice.  to equal the sacrifice of those who have  lve a month  s  share,  or en-  i  subscription..  fiPfapfigpil!^ THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. 0.  Tzrxr&attrrrz&ssvjKrit.  ���������^'���������"������������������Vm?"���������  ixsaxz  FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 191,7  (C  n wwvnu.������*AMJL'*'i������MU������iiOTi)MfU������ m  ^-^���������pv'co  Mild   SO   protect 'your  OvCii   ���������"���������':<*'��������� ^  !><msions as    cIcmic-iiUpii'Ik  BUY YOUR  .. SAL  From J. G.  JG, the Pioneer Butcher,  AIJIJOTSFOKI), Ii. C.   ���������  FY  DON'T TALK IN THE SUN-  ' TA LK IN THE SEA BE  In the hot summer weather, when  one does,not seek exertion, there is  no greater agent of comfort than the'  telephone. Having the telephone tit  hand enables one to talk anywhere���������  to the store, to a friend, out of town.  No crrand-ruiining, no travelling, is  necessary. ������������������ -  The telephone enables one to stay  at home and be cool, yet keep in  touch with the live world around.  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  market.  Another point wo wan! (o ei:i-  phasi/,c, is, that had everything  been favorable, and you wore  loading throe' of lour cars a day  every oar could have boon, sold  for casli right there at good  prices, for (here was a demand  and the jobbers' wanted thein  and ratlier than not got .them  would have paid it.. Anoihoi  point, is. that you should not  t-hip on consignment to but tin  one house in a place; all other,  forced to pay cash inert-.: and L  you do ship.to more, mtiko those  bouses, not more than (wo. A-  gree not to cut pr.i(v.i on each  other. ) am making this letter  long, fin' there is black berries  io come; and other years to  come. \\'c should avoid our  mistakes, and we arc all hoping for heifer years.  VKKNOX   CUCIV CO.   Ltd.  I'rir S. J. .I'Ye.  01  i ���������:;��������� ���������".:i!,ui!jsi()i!i.)(l ollieors. ilis o>:-  poi-'onc'i was that ihe pension board  jiiil-i no an.tenl ion lo this order mid  v/mil on the principle Unit a widow  should only K'-t what hIio could  sii'.km'z'o owl. ol' thorn'. II' she hud no  ii-it'i'ilK she hud Utile chance. Iio  ';:id :i on so in his owii battalion and  juimiltod ail 11k; in'ool" .possible, bnl  .In; pension board went round in a  .���������!,".-I'j and  always came  buck   to  tho.  phrase,, "ho died us a private."  Kir I'hlward -Kemp al'tor pointing  out (hut Ik matter of pensions doijs  not, come under his department,  liromisod to make an enquiry into the  complaint. .   ���������  GlYVii A  UANQUIOT  J  Av-^ji  ENFORCED ONLY  At1 1 i'jib   ibljA^t' A k'<J'J.'<i h.n.T  tho 2 1k(   i\:<y <  i i hi' oilii'c of ,i|r.  I '. v  Sciuil'i!'  "ostoofc   rk5<������V(vs  .tnK'iKimon;; . enaiimiit   A^enl,  XOTIC 1,0  TO   CONTItACTOHS  Abbotsford School  ���������AIOALWD  TICNDIOILS       suporserib  ('d   "Tender   I'or   A bliolst'oi'd   School."  will   ho   roccived,  by   I ho   I loiioiirahio  ! Iio   Minister ol'   Public, .Works  up   to  I 2 o'clock  of  W'oduosday, (ho Sli day  oS An'KUst.   I !i I 7, I'oi  './'  a   ronerole   lifisoiiimil.  and   a   sanitary  service  to  I bo  A bbolsl'ord   I'our-  rooniod schoolhouse in  I lic.Chilli wack  j electoral   District.  j      Plans, spocilical ions   con! racl, and  ol* tender  may ho w-ix on and  it July,   I ;i I 7, nl  ',   ' '.'1 Mlpbell,   Ciov  Mr. J'. P.. Millar who is retiring as  manager cil' the Clay burn Company.  Limited, was given a banquet ' last  week in the -, (jlayburn ��������� school, at  which about ono hundred and twenty  wore in attendance, members of the  stal'l^ employees and their' ladies.  Dinner was served after which followed a longlliy toastniaking, calling  forth many in( crest ing and amusing  speeches dealing with tlio progress of  the company since ,. ils commencement a lion I eleven ye irs ago. The  gathering adjourned about I I. o'clock  None holler I ban Lee's (lour. Head  his  ad.  Lauriec's A'*'! tide, is ^Jisrepresonl  r  cil by Si Hon '"venues Sonn'or.  Ottawa July I) I.-��������� The alobal" on  the second reading of (lie .Military  Service Mil! whicih commenced in (lie  aonale   this  },'.y. J. A'ahony, Con rl-1 iem-,,;, Vuncoii  ver;   Mr.  J.  .!.   .U-'I'heo.  Secretary  ot'j  AbbeCd'ord,      and j  '     Public     Works  ���������School   Trw-.-'i i ss.  Ihe   Department  Virion,".  omCC'OX ������V, l'OKTI,AM)  I'tAILHOAI)  (()  .(JlbWf  LANDS..  Tide lo uuiue revested     in    United  ,   ,,  ,.      | States by Act of Congress dated Juno  io cons ruction   ,.     -.,. , ���������      ,,, ..A.        .. f  ��������� \), I!) 11). Two million three hundred I ho una ml Acres to be opened  for homesteads and sale. Timber  and Agricultural hinds. Containing  some ol* the best land left in the.  United SI a I en. Now is the opportune (hue, Large Mai) showing  lands by seel Ions and description of  soil   clinmle  rainfall,  elevations,  etc"  (Irani, Land a  Locating Co. Hox (ilO. Portland, Or-  egan. ���������-  Wasi minster; i ,,    (       j(1 ,   ,,  i   ' '  liy   applM-at loa   lo   'U'.r1   uiirlersig-n-  coiiA.'ei'! -j::-,   m-iy   obtain   a   copy  oi' the :)ki"f? .'Mid siiooiiicaiiious I'or the  j'lenioon   was   product-j su mi o-T ten dola.v,-;    i.^iu), whicii ".ill  refunded on their return in good  ive of an amendment by Senator j  Cost-ock, the Liberal leader in the  house, declaring that conscription i.3  not enforced until after the coming  general  election.  Sir James Loughced, the government leader, -who preceded Ssnator  Bcslock, on the other hand, declared that he was personally of the. op-  11  order.  Laeh pron:>s.il must, be accompanied by an accented bank cheque on  a chartered bask of Canada, made  l a/cibio to the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, for a sum  eiA'.al to 20 per 'e'ent. of tender,  which shall be forfeited if the party  '.eiulering decline to enter into con-  ruct when called upon to do so,' or if  J. H. JONES  Funeral Director ���������  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  'l^rgii^iKMwi^ffi^?  m  11  !>ht! iAiil to complete the work contract  inion that the bill should be enforced   0[j   ror.    ti1g  cheques  of  unsneceso  None better than Royal Household  as soon as it is passed and receives  Hi ! royal assent.  Argument in the senate followed  in veil the same lines as in the house. !f-,���������s Uiade out on the forms JiUp-  Si; James LousJieed said that re i.',;'-1 :il''e!, signed Willi the actua." sigua-  orendum would mean (lie submission j lure of the tcnlered, and enclosed in  of   the  question   of  conscription     lo j i he envelopes furnished.  The lowest or any tender not ne-  LIVERY, AUTO and  fill    tenderers   will   be   returned   io   FEED   STABLES  thern upon the execution of the con-'  true!.  Tenders will not be considered nn-  ax-s   made  FEE'S WEEKLY  MARKET LETTER  Trying to supply a five hundred cases daily demand with  receipts of a hundred to one  hundred and fifty, describes the  raspberry situation for this  week. That brought about,the  sending of wires to every name  they could see, by retailers in  their anxiety to get berries for  their particular customers. One  instance was that of P. Bums &  Co., who had a very big shipment on Friday's No. 4 and a-  berries to Burns and others at  $2.55 to make the same price  we were selling at and so protect us in that price. These retailers would have paid it gladly to get them. The last people to cut down their own market should be the growers. It  oanot be disputed that the com  10 |  (he   slackers   and   cowards     o'.'     the  11 country.  ij Senator Losiock replying lo the  |! letter addressed to him by Sir Clifford Sil'ton. said that. Sir Clifford i>nd  entirely misrepresented the attitude  of the Liberal Leader. ������������������ lie ascribed  to Sir Wilfrid. Laurioi\ the attitude  of the Nationalist a of Quebec with  whom Sir Clifford himself hud been  in alliance in 11)11 when it was  sought to crucify Sir Wilfrid in Quebec on  the  naval   issue.  Witli the six new senators who  wore introduced today the government will have a majority of four,  even should all the Liberal members;  vote. I'or Senator Bostock's amendment.  Sir James Loughced in moving  the second reading of ihe Milnuiy  Service iiili said that on the doclur-  (charily acceptel  A. E.   FOREMAN  Public Works Engineer  Public Works Department.,  Victoria, July ISth, 1')1J.  I). E3rElUr, Proprietor.  TEAMING and  DRAY.1NG  WOOD and COAL For Sale  Orders  Promptly  Filled  Auto   For  Hire.  Give us a call and you will  be used right every time.  ABBOTSFORD, B.  C.  at-on   of   war   Canada   hud   ac-ii'.i-iud  jdiiUL  uc uiB1;u^u  ���������.  .��������� ���������.       thp 0||1. ..Ui,m 0|.     1KW.licj1)nU:i!;  nission we charge is tne small; ������i���������duai    ���������  -"8  .t  est that the service we give, cai  possibly be done for, and we are  ready at all times to prove that,  our returns are absolutely honest, not sales at one price and  returns at another. This does  not mean that some growers  should not ship direct to retailers and so save our commission  ad   i\usea  :.ud     despatched     armed I    j'|  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strict]y first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars, .  RATES,   $1.50   TO   $2.CO   PER   DAY  I torees  mere I.  gain; at nlghtt     '"^1"^ F0R THEMSELVES, BUT NO'l  berries    han they could ge^   a., RETAILBH  way with successfully.      iheyp-- ,,-,,���������,   , ���������,-, c.,^  retailed them all clay Saturday OK A PART OF  IT  AND faO  ���������o   I 'iiropo.     rJ' j 11r >     "A ".^     n---i j  1-t'i Lamcraars   im'[;oii   cut  the;  o.\prossion   oi'   Hie   scntimoiil   u\'   iinA  whole   i������ooj)!o  of   Canada   that   when  Britain  is at   war Canada is at  war.  As   llie  war continued  to  raise) .arm  and  train and  (lesr-atch  iroons  iu\:'.  co": litions i>oi li  in  Canada  and Eur  oiioapiieareu to wurtaiir Canada rais-ja  ing and   inaiiuainiug  'an  .���������}(.''> (M.)i.)  men.  'l, A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  army  R  BRING DOWN THE MARKET  Had the shipments been heavy  the shipments to Burns would  have brought down the entire  market, the same as the heavy  shipments to Freeze did with  strawberries. It does not matter if Preeze's returns were bet-  -.0  a;  TLlai    i'Oll   SOL!>21.;HS-  i strong plea for better treatnumt  ion-commissioned oflicers in .hhig-  ;1 v.-as made i;y lior.. i-'rar.k Oliver  and Col. J. I). Taylor. Co). Taylor  pointed, out t iait -n uon-rommisskmed  ol:" ���������er< as soo:). as he I'txaaies'!0v>gland  arAoma! AxiAy r<aaaxa to tho rara-.si  Cor a  lea..; A:ax \h .-;��������� bad ihe option j  at $3, which was our price to  the trade and this made an awkward situation for us, as our  customers wished to retail at  the same price as Burns. Most  of my old friends will remember that 1 always advised as  much  direct  shipping  to    the  country as could be done and tor than ours, we can only sell p)rs ;i,.(;,lt,i:,i;,u,(1 ,;i ;,:ii;:,him!. (his Gi,  a price there and to the cities j goods at the market that hasjUon m |a,.0M ;iV..iy; ,,:mv a 1uni  as would lay them down to the been made,, and we cannot give  retailers at'the same price we the service we do give for a  ���������were selling at, We were sell- cent less than what we charge,  ing-at $3, the express charges nor can any other firm. So in  are 45 cents, so the direct ship- shipping direct, you should  pers should have  billed these charge that commission on your  like cilice is re  ,1'i ; li,-  hut as (..he  a way.'     x: o w  commissioned oiiicer, no matter what  hi:- rank or h h; '  a'iourc becomes a  privaaj wi-;b a private's pay:  Col. 'I a.ylor said it was time an 01  dor-in-CGiK'il  was passed to the c  that   the   \Aas  ol' 's::cb   men  should  -'.AS  '4  iSr^^RKW8T������?

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