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 ���������i      K    ; ���������-) I J  V !.  n. r    *���������  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"'   JL.  tbts  ���������JUL.  Vol. XIX., No. 5  A.BBOTSFOHD. B, C.  FRIDAY, DEC. 12. 1919  $1.00 per Year  PHONES  B.  C.^���������������������       Farmers'        Residence  10M  AUTOMOBILE   KEI'AIBS   and   ACCESSORIES  CARS  FOR  HIRE,  DAY  OR  NKiUT  C. SPRING, Manager.  EXPERT MECHANICS JJ CAREFUL DRIVERS  We handles���������Oxy-Acctylene Welding,' Tires, Gasoline and Oils.  Genuine Ford Parts mid all  Kinds of Repairs.  OVERLAND AGENCY AND SERVICE STATION.  WILL   HAXD'KE' GRANT  THROUGH THE  ������������������        '���������?'���������  C. P. P.  Ottawa, Deo., 10.���������After, a long  series of conferences the government  has decided on 'its' policy in regard  to the distribution of the $4 0,000,-  000 voted by-parliament last session  for the ree'stablishment of returned  men.      The;main problem���������that' of  PERSONALS  Mr. Alex McPhee fronrMurrayyille  has bought out th =��������� auto transfer busi  ness.of Mr. Pirlotte, who intends to  move to Cedar Cottage. '  Mr. Sam' Trethewey has his son  from Alberta visiting him ju3t new.  The Bradner junior football team  played Abbotsford juniors on Saturday, resulting in 1���������0 in favor of Abbotsford. Lunch was served in the  school. Later in th afternoon tlie  Chilliwack   boys  played   the  seniors  unemployment; wilFDe handled by an I and ������? .cour0se Abbotsford won,  the  ' score being 2���������0:  little affair was gotten up hurriedly  but   was- a success.  Mrs.M cMaster has been treasurer^  of  the  Ladies'  Aid   for  three  years"  The  Ladies' Aid  madet heir departing member a small presentation and  Mrs.   Fraser,  the  president,  made  a  speech.  Mr. and Mrs. McMaster have moved  to  Bellihgham.  The saw mill "closed down on Monday night, and the planer Tupsday  noon on account of th'S severe weather. The lake is frozen over. Other  men lay off on Wednesday.  A free banquet and conference will  be held in the Presbyterian church on  Tuesday night A. Irwin of Hunting ' "Tuesday next the 16t h inst at nDon  fire.  Clothes and barefeat with her  babe  Besides losing the.contents $100  in  ,   ,  .. "        ,  , . t   ! cold hard cash is gone.    There was  that it was absolutely necessary    to  difflcuity in    saving    the  Mr3. Irwin got out in her night ; ian workers of the Presbyterian and  organization of the Canadian Patriotic Fund.,   Owing to the urgency of . don lost'his home and everything by; to which church" efficers'and Christ-  the' situation .in regard to unemployment it was felt by the government  j comr nam casn is gone.    T  saving    the    adjoining  At the regular meeting of the Board of Trade on Monday  evening the question of a bridge across the Fraser River was  again brought up and it was decided that in the best interests  of Matsqui on the south side of the River and Mission town and  Mission municipality on the north and the. general traffic from  outside both districts, that the question of a bridge should tie  kept fully alive. With simply a irry across the Fraser that  makes a trip only every forty minutes business is not facilitated  to the same extent;as if there were a jtrip made. every_ctwenty.  minutes; or better still a bridge ..that .would be open the full  day., It was pointed out that Matsqui is one of the important  districts on the south side of the riv-r, as. instanced by the  taking over of the Hygienic Dairy (now Amiens Training Farm)  forthe purpose of training the soldiers in the art of agriculture.  This is a recognition that Matsqui should feel proud of and do  a little boosting on her own account���������a recognition that places  - Matsqui as one of the very foremost agricultural districts.on the  south side of the river. Then there is the ever increasing small  fruits district on the north, side of the river. A bridge across  the Fraser at Mission.City would unite these two districts as one  in a business way. It would also give Mission City another  railway to ship fruit over into the prairie districts. It would  do the same for Matsqui.  The bridge is wanted and the following resolution was passed,  not with the idea of pleasing everybody, but with the idea of  having some basis to start from:  Re Bridge across Fraser River, at.'Mission  City, B.C.  Inasmuch as the C. P. R. has refused to allow  their bridge to be converted into a combined  traffic and railway bridge;  Resolved that this Board of Trade apply to  both the Dominion and Provincial Governments for a separate traffic bridge to be built  across the Fraser River at the town of Mission  City, and would suggest that the cost of this  bridge be borne by the Provincial Government,  the Dominion Government and the people���������  division of cost to be as follows: one-third, by  the Province, one-third by the Dominion, and  the remaining one-third to be advanced by the  Dominion Government, and to be liquidated by  a toll to be extended over a period of years.  Further that, the bridge be built across the  Fraser to land at the foot of Home Avenue, the  present wharf at Mission City, as this would  necessitate but a small piece of road to be built  on the south side of the river to connect with  the Huntingdon-Riverside road, which runs a-  bout due south from the Fraser to the International Boundary line at Sumas, Wash.  The neighboring municipalities of Matsqui  and Mission having heartily endorsed the plan  of a bridge at Mission City, we think the time  is ripe for the construction of this bridge.  We humbly beg the Dominion and Provincial  entrust the monies voted by parliament for this purpose to some national organization which had the necessary    adriiinistrative      machinery  buildings.  The W. G. V. A. may give another  \ dance at an early date.  A lecture was given last Friday  night by Mr. Riggs in the Presbyterian  church  on  "The Songs of Solo-  largely   in .being.    As   the  Patriotic j mon" assisted vocally by Mrs.   F. J.  (.Continued on Page Four)  Fund is ihe; only organization' in  Canada, it was felt that if it wou'.d  undertake this work, delays wou! 1  be .averted.  tween the govenrinent. and the Patriotic Fund provides briefly as follows.... ���������.--"-''"  The government":"wlll 'be - repress  ented on the organization of the Canr  adian Patriotic Fund at Ottawa v.,i  well as on each of its provincial organizations.  Representatives of returned men  will bo ataclied to committers dealing  with the problem.  Assitsanec is to be given only because employment is not available.  Before making any payment, the organization will secure tho necessary,  clasificalion In each case showing  that the applicant is unable to secure  employment.  It is also provided that assistance  may  be rendered  where  the iucom-a  derived from any employment which  is insufficient to maintain tho applicant and his family.    In cases where  employment may be secure.I at some  jilace other than where a man ordinarily reside^., provision is made for  ins transportation.  Ihe appropriation made available  by parliament for this work is to bo  kept entirely separate hom the  money for the Patriotic Fund. A  separate department of the Patriotic  Fund alsj Ju to be organized for the  purposo of carrying on :.h^ woi-i-:.  The Patriotic Fund orgnnu-.atk-n la, k  is pointed out, merely the nrlmiiii������i.-  tnilivo body chosen to disburse Fk  moneys set apart by the Dominion <o  care for any emergency; that may  arise during.the winter owing to flu  lack of employment. It is not expected that tho Patriotic Fund will  lie in a position to receive applien-  tions for assistance until about December *2, as it will take in thc  ue'ghl orhood of two weeks to complete its organization.  Tlic moneys voted by parliament  f"r Ih's work are to be known as the  federal emergency appropriate i V r  cx-meni'Kib of tho forces, and l!;o  chief executive officer of the Patriotic Fund who will have charge of  disbursements is to be styled the administrator ot this appropriation.  R". Whitchclo, Mrs. Coots, and a duet  by .Mr. and Mrs. Riggs. .  Mrs. G. A. Broadfoot and children  of Winnipeg weret he guests of Mr.  and Mrs, G. 1-1. Rigg3.  Miss Clark of Vancouver was the  guest- of the Misses Steede last week  end. They were acquainted in Germany when studying music.  Messrs Gien and Clyde Thomas  were visitors in Abbotsford on .Saturday..---- ��������� --. ���������- .   .-...-    _   -  Mr. Fred: Carmichael" spent' the  week end a his home In Bradner.  Miss Kato Davis from Clayburn  visited in the vicinity of. Abhotsl'ord  last week. ���������'.   .,  Mr. Fred Browning spent last week  end at his home in Vancouver.  Mrs. Phinney/ visited Abbotsford  on Monday.  The Ladies' Aid will meet at the  manse on Wednesday afternoon December 17 a.L 3 o'clock.  Mr. Taug, Snr., has been spending  a few days in Vancouver.  Tho  W.  A.   Whist  Drive last   Fri-  j day was quite a success considering  J there was another entertainment the  same evening. Eleven tables of whist  were played. Mrs. Bar.tlett of Sumas and Mr. Weir, snr., were successful in winning the first prizes. Ladies first was a beautiful China cup  and saucer: gentleman's, a pair of  gaiters. Mr. Weir wanted socks for  his next prize but he got next best.  Mr. George Kerr and Miss Tapp won  the consolation prizes "soap cupids"  A farewell  by    the    Preshyierian ! mcnls.  Ladies' Aid to Mrs. McMaster on Mon \     Mr. and  day  evening    at    Miss   .- McMas:.  rooms at the telephone office.      Tho ' stead terrace  English church are especially invited.  The conference on the inter-churcn  Forward Movement will be -led by'  the Rev. John Pringle D. p. moderator of the Presbyterian Genaral As-  'stmbly an dthe Rev.. F. W. Ken\ organizer tor thc Synod of B. C.  The public' meeting will be \\z\'\  at two o'clock fii.l will b-i addressed  bv Di\ Pr.ng.o on the aims and objects of th". Feiward Movement. The  members of St. Matthews 'church  have accepted an invitation to cooperate mi the banquet, he conference  and lie public meeting. A. great,  meeting is expected and a welcome  is extended to all. Rev. Mr. Prlnglo  spent ten years in the Yukon. Rev.  Kerr is from New Westminster and !s  well known here.  On Sunday evening next the 14th  inst Mrs. Hannah Fraser in the Presbyterian church, will give her report  of the inter-church. Forward Movement convention which she 'atteded  in Vancouver last week and the Rev  W. Robertson will givo a short address on f.he Foarward  Movement.  Mrs. Sutherby, Snr., of Ladner is  visiting wiih her son and daiightor-iii  law in Abbotsford.  The True Blue Lodge held their  concert, and dance on Wednesday  night and despite the terrible cold the  hall was well filled. The programme  was good as; the True Blue concerts  always are. In the neighborhood of  ?J. 15.00 was taken in and the expenses wore, not hgih as overyone  gave their services free to the good  cause.  Mr. Donald Grant, Saskatchewan,  ���������.-.���������an a guei;i. at the home of Mr. and  Mrs.  Pace last week.  Mrs. Stiffin,. Chilliwack, spent the  w'-ek-ond in Abbotsford with Mrs.  Fraser, her  mother.  Mr. and Mrs. Downie will soon  (aire up their residence with Mr. and  Mrs. Barrett at the post office apnrt-  Mrs.  Wright'now  occn'iv  jr's ! one of the Milstead houses in the Mit-  As Xmas Presents this year Handkerchiefs will be quite correct. Our Store is  stocked with a fine line of Linen Handkerchiefs for Children, Ladies and Men.  Separate Handkerchiefs ....   ....... ... 5c  In Boxes of Three to Six,  per box, from 50c to   Dressmaking,   fine   and   plain  sewing  by a  capable and   qualified  dressmaker.���������Inquire   at   Dry Goods Deportment.  U.  C.. Phone,  4  Bssmsmm  Farmers'   Phone   1007 PAGE TWO  .-.   -A-.,  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  <J>  THE-.ABBQTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor  KIliDAY, DECEMBER, 12, 1919  The ISri(!������;<5 Across ihe Krnser���������     ,  Mow (.hue ������'i resolution has been passed by the Mission IXird, of  Trade and is on its way. i'oi^eiidorsatioii by other .bodies it is  hoped that thc people will unite in the,oho cpmmon. cause and  boost (he idea along. It may not be what every .person would  >ik(-. lo sec,' b'.i( ai! arc united on the idea or a bridge.across,the  Frahor. it may be that the -motion will have to b.e changed con--  bu'icrnule before it can be made workable, but there "is"how sonic  basis to work from, and there is no question but:a-bridge across  the Fraser, be it at the foot of Home Avenue, half a mile down  or half a mile up (he river, would be one of the best things that  ever happened. A long.'pull and a strong pull and a pull altogether will be-followed by good results.  Let us talk,bridge and work.for a bridge, and work.all side  by side. '  DivG.A;Poilard  Dentist  43������ HASTINGS ferreet, \V.  .(Over. C.P.B. Tick.  & Tel.  Olliceu)  VANCOUVER - LJ.C.  It is always well to write or phone  for  appoiutnientB  The Question of Borrowing Money.lo. help Advancement���������  There is.no good reason why a municipality,should not borrow money to help its own advancement in ,the way of agri:  culture or for road purposes for that matter.' The.only part tc  watch is that the "money will be properly.expended once it fs  secured. - ��������� "  A movement is on foot to have the municipality of Mission  guarantee the, bonds, of the growers for the purpose, of .taking-  care of a portion of the next fruit crop,-and,.the people.will.be-  asked to vote upon it at the next municipal election.- It is under:  stood that the matter will be thoroughly.explained and.the pros  and cons gone-into .carefully, but there, seems, no good..reason  why the scheme should not be endorsed by,the people.  L. DASH WOOD- JONES  -BARRISTER', and   SOLICITOR  ������()(> Rrsrsrs-Bidg. .Vancouver  Counsel, J. Milton Price.  0 iiulUiiuiio^MGwOlptmLiiuj <mTr.i:'i i: 11 uurr  v.3e .the Long Distance,Telephone between 7  p.m. r.r.d 8 a. m.? ..If.so, you,can talk for three times the  day:,period for ..the same cost. : Special .rates obtain during  the evening-hours, and,besides you will get prompter service, because the lines are' less.congested. ,.  Remember.appointments can be made for any particular  time for Long Distance calls. ...We will, have your., party  ready at any hour you wish."  H  Funeral  Director  iCo-opfiralion Among ihe Farmers���������  Las co-operation come to stay with the farmers is a-question  that is worrying a let of politicians and .others these.days. - Not  many-politicians like to see the .farmers co-operate,- especially,  in politics, and say that.it will be a poor day. when the country  is ruled by any one cl'ass:���������meaning of course .the farmers. . True  a monopoly may be wrong, but.we believe that.the country can  bo safely trusted with the men who till the soil;    Not many, men-  .in any line of work put in as many hours as the farmer, .but if  he were to work only a few hours as .they, do in industrial employment the cost of produce would go away .up, provided the  middle man. has as big a profit as he is supposed to. have th'i>se  days.    If the farmer will co-operate.so that the middlemen.may  be eliminated we believe it will be in the   countryV  interest.  We say,to the farmer, "Carry on." ������������������.���������'-.  AGENT   FOR' HEADSTONES  Phone Connection, Mission. City  i{Map^.(ffinDppnigaimft������fr>  ROYAL OPENS SUiMUiAKCll  AT FORT LANG LEV  .���������/The Royal Bank of Canada has opened a.-sub-branch .to the Langley  Prairie branch at Langley Fort and  the new office will be ready next  Tuesday a .id thereafter every Thursday and Tuesday.  BRITISH .���������COLUMBIA, TELEPHONE Ca>.  Limited  YOU  CAN  AVOID  OPERATIONS ��������� ������������������  For    Appendicitis    and  Gall  atones'  .through the use   of ..HKPATpLA.    a  medicine recognized    as far     bettor,  safer than operations.    $5.00    treatment.  Sole   Manufacturers  MRS. GItiO. S.'ALMAS  524 .4 th  Avenue,. North,. riaskntooon  Wm. Atkinson  General Auctioneer and   Live  Stock   Specialist, o '.  21) years ainc-n^ t.he Stockmen of  the Fraser Valley. .Am fainilar  with1 the different., breeds- of. live  stock iand their, values.  ., Address   all,, communications  '.Box 3r4 Chilliwack, B. 0"  to  G  IIWIII1III I   I  '.rite Workings of ihe Prohibition Act-  Much is being said these days about the prohibition Act of  this province/and the politicians come in for a fair share of  blam efor not carrying out the Act. Premier. Oliver rushes into  print to call the Vancouver Sun down, and asks a. lot of very  nasty questions which would lead one .to believe that,the old  saying, 'when thieves fall out honest men get-their dues'. We  don't like to see our Premier get so grieved and lose his dignity  like that. Maybe it might mean that there is a lot in-what the  Sun says?  Too much drink is not good for any man, but there is. perhaps something in it 'that the human system craves for alchohol'  and it also again shows that when anything is. denied a man he  is sure to move heaven and earth to get.it. These are however  the dayswhen the individual seeks-more.ireedom-and does want  to be bound down so that he does not have the liberty of .getting  what he wants. Here applies.,the same ruling.as,\yhat ouv politicians are so worried about���������class control.- If class control is  not good to the extent that the farmer should go into.parliament  can class coiitrorbe good when the moralist says,, 'strong drink  must not.be sold.' Does it work the same? The power of dictation is strong in the human make-up and when one body of  men or women start to dictate, there are always those .who will  not be dictated to. Consequently we do not"believe "that any  system of prohibition, these days, will be an entire success:. ������  rt looks as though the Kaiser would.be kept, quite busy in  Mission City if he came here a wood-chopping at the present  time  Wc bate to knock our climate, but surely somebody hap,  erred in lotting down upon us this cold spell.. It might be all  right for Kamloops or Ashcroft but it is no good or the banana  belt of (he lowed feasor. Why a man had his last rose of summer frozen the other morning. Roses in December are not very  rare, but to have them frozen is decidedly rare.  ="^-~C"~-"--:-r:x^  ���������  When. you buy a Chevrolet "Four ^Ninety".., Touring  Can you purchase a convenient- and reliable means  of'economical.transportation. For Chevrolet Cars  are built to render the greatest measure of utility.  Whether you-want an automobile for familyuse, for  business purposes or for both, the Chevrolet will-give  you aU thai is most desirable in mechanical efficiency  and motor car beauty, with the assurance of constant  safety, comfort and dependability at a very low cost  for upkeep.  Come in and inspect this model,   and   the  famous  ��������� valv.e4n-head jnotor with which it is equipped���������the  motor that has achieved such remarkable records for  fuel economy.  issipn; City  CHEVROLET and   DODGE. AGENTS  'Nb'.W >HS(h\IC HALL  oj'wxfOi) itv cmMo.su;  ���������Hammond,  [J::c.    8.-���������Tho    formal  opening of the Now Masonic hall on  Saturday r.iglit, proved an event of  considerably Interest  to     the     local  ���������Chinese ooiotiy. With chmactorisLio  hospitality, tlis committee invited  some prominent old timers of tho  community to  a  special   banquet-at  .the hotel.' After this function the  guciits participated  in  the elaborate  opening ceremonies and were Interested spectators of the banquet en-  ,'oyed by the local members of. tho  or(.]t;y and the high officials .from N->w  WestmiiiH'.er and Vancouver.       ;  I1CLY. K. G..VIUOR IS  NAMHI)   LT.-GOVERNOR  Ottawa, Dec.-9.���������-Hon. B, G. Prior  has been appointed ���������Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia, succeeding  Sir Frank Barnard, whose term of  office expires on December  15,  ' Chevrolet, "Foiir-Nmeiy" Touring Cart  S  i  Our Garage is situated on. Home Avenue-���������near the  Wharf���������and is operated by a SKILLED MECHANIC (late  of the Begg Motor Company, Vancouver, B. C.)  Our Stock of Chevrolet parts is complete and we are  prepared to do first class work on any make, of car at  reasonable, prices. <  ^  mnpaviinMMNa  2? w  THE ABBOTSFORD, POST  PAGE THREE  ���������<rf������iHi  WILL OPEN ROADS FOR THIS  -    .      RK-SOUJlfill SETTLERS  ' Haney, Dec. 8.���������The lcgged-ol'f  land in ' this,'municipality'has' been  receiving more attention than per:  haps in other parts of the Valley,  at all events, a considerable area is  ���������hence prcduii.ve fruit and poultry  ranches will have, replaced the- ins  stumps. The council is determined  to encourage these settlers as much  as possible and to, this end have, on  motion- of ' Couns. Ewing ' and Dale,  appropriated $3 00 and work will be  started at once.    One of the settlers  :*2ae  in a. fair way to.be"settled up. Where 'said his application for a loan from  formerly primeval forest covered the  land will soon-,be-dozens-of homesteads.  Nearly ,.'800 acres, known' as the  Brunette tract, was subdivided some  time ago into five acre lots and five  ?re...,already taken up and occupied.  At the council meeting held on Sat  urday last prospective settlers made  personal applications to .have, the W,1-  3on road extended so that thev could  get! in..lumber, .and .supplies and next  year get but produce. The now work  will extend over.-perhaps a mile but  tu-js se titers volunteer:-to give a good  deal of free labor t o this opening.  up the trails tb their prospective  holdings. There are fifteen  bona  fide settlers going in there,'half of  them returned soldiers. Much of the  land is of very good quality and it  is a fair presumption  that    a ���������  year  the Soldiers' Settlement Board    had  (.he conference. ��������� Te amount now remaining in the Patriotic Fund is a-  bout $7,400,000 This fund looks after only such cases as arc ��������� of an  emergency nature, but not such cases  for example as need arising through  a- soldier . being out' of work'., They'  will, be dealt with on their merits  through other government agencies.  ��������� The Patriotic Fund, however will,.  been-turned down because the land ��������� render aid to the dependents of a soi-  was isolated but as soon as the road j clier killed at the front, where his  is under way he will be able to get  pension  or other-allowances are in-  necessary   fmancial   assistance.  PATIUOTIC FUND TO  RENDER  SOME AID  Ottawa, Dec. 8.--Representatives  of the government, the governor-general, the executive and advisory committees of the Canadian Patriotic  Fund, together-with a representative,  of the Manitoba fund, which has always operated as a separate entity  from the Canadian.' Patriotic Fund,  had a conference a.few days ago to  Port Coquitla'm, Dec. ' 8��������� -There  hos been considerable noUiing ice ii.  the Fraser and Pitt rivers'of late. Ji  was menacing; .enough on the latttM  ".river to cause Mr. Geo. Moore to end  his weekly trip to .town'from His post-  consider ways and means of looking   office on the-lake,- at the-bridge. Tlu.  sufficient.  Illness or accide'nt to a returned  soldier would' also be considered a  case, for the Patriotic Fund, but no;  lack of employment.  ICE IMPEDES NAVIGATION  Phone 7303..       TVILSOX BLOCK Mission City, B. C.  :  SPECIALTY���������Crown and. Bridge Work.  '-- Plate'making by, Dr. Hall's (of Chicago) method.  ���������  Extractions, using Somnoform (French)    system,    instead of Gas.  :: Special attention given to Pyonhora Cases.  ^  OPEN EVENINGS.  VICTORY-LOAtfSHOWS  .;  VADLUE OF ADVERTISING  XEW   MILL  NEAR  KL'SKIX  after necessitous cases of returncn  soldiers and their dependents during  the coming winter.  The  governor-seneral  presided   at  vancouve:  UaJIKuJ-TT'   'glT^y^'���������'      ���������' I II ' ���������������������������"'"���������"������������������"'"""''"'"J'm*'  T  ISH  mails and about a dozen passenger?  ��������� were-- transferred/to the-'Blue F.unn.e''  jitney and conveyed to New Westmin  sler. ;     , ���������'."��������� ���������TiafiiB? '  ���������     i ^-i :<'''������������������ -  AI  M^u^iWVTffSff.'TWCTSi^mgmtwg aBnuer������gr3CTHMr3Fer ���������atfa^^wnv^^JV-T^y,  is������$lis^^  In a letter of-thanks tp.this paper  Cor.'the co-operation given to make  ������������������.he';. Victory Loan a "success," Mr. John  .^elson7~c'h"a"ir'mai*vof -the ;Press- and  News Features Committee of the pro-  /Infcial* Victory Loan : campaign says:  ."'.'I wish to express on behalf of Mr.  W7- J. Taylor",,president of the, Canadian Press Association, and'the provincial executive, their sincere'thanks'  ���������for-..-the--fine-co-operation, of....the entire .provincial press. The fact that  every community, in .the -province  reached its quota and. in a-mtmber of  :ases \not....,only,- the quota, but- the.  ���������)bjective"wa's'ipasse'd, is-in itself the-  best proof of the. efficiency of - the  press 'campaign.  "My own work was made very  light by the wonderful co-operation  of eyery editor in British Columbia. )  cannot refrain in this letter from-ad  ding, my own thanks to that of the  officials   already   mentioned.  "L  was  very  nervous-at  the  outcome of this Loan, as -T think .we all  were but repults have-shown that we  underestimated bur-own- possibilities  We under-estimated also, 1 think, the  cumulative'value of-several years-of  intensive cultivation of- the patriotic  spirit of :tliQ-Canadian-people. To my  mind  this succession ..of remarkably  successful loans is the-best proof of  the  value of  intelligent, advertising,  and'an indicatfon,;if such were needed,, of the irrestibility of the'united  press:    It-should not5 be without ih-  lessons  to u.������ in the, future.     It was  a  great   achievement   to   attain   so  nearly  to  the high  water/record  of  1918.- I hope to-send you in a few  days  an  analysis  of  British  Columbia's part in the loan, which, uiiIosr  ,1 am mistaken, will show, after deducting  special  subscriptions,  which  you will agreo with me is a very proper   deduction,   that: British   Columbia   ranks   second   in   the   Dominion  coming short only of ths rich province of Ontario.  I trust this will be the last such  Lean that will' be needed in Canada  but if it should ever again become  necessary to mobilize the whole country in some big undertaking, whoth-  er it be tor war or peace, the fraternity established and the reserves  of resources disclosed in this campaign will be of the utmost possible  service."  '-* Ruskin,  'Dec- 9.���������A   new   sawmill.  is to be operated near Ruskin as ?oon  as it can be built.-.   Mr. Hall, repre-i  en ting, the owners, waited upon the  1   o  ���������Maple Ridge council Saturday,, last  and was granted permission to plank ,;  certain- roads- which at present arc '  narrow and in bad shape. The plank -  ir.g-.will be kept to one side as mu^h  as possible and"-will;faciiitate the haul  ing-'of lumber-tonhe point pi' ship-.  .ctiitatHiney, this being done by a  3-ttn motor truck'and trai-er. As.  the.reeve stated, the - muni :i miry  wlil give such enterprises eveiv encouragement" and -assistance ^sibjecJ;  to duly safeguarding' the' people's interests. . The company will decide in  a day or.so which of several sites tiio-'  will choose for the mill.  VERDICT" AttAINST   LAKOK  "With tlieexception'of ' Edmonton  labor has received :a decided set back  :'s a result of the muiii'cpiarolections  held in Alberta and Saskatchewan  at the elections-on Monday. ;ln several cities and towns. ��������� a complete  labor slate has-boon' drafted'wilh tho  avowed intention of capturing'control  but class representatives will be fewer on.council boards rather" than  greater as-a result of'the verdict of  the electors.-  VETEItANS   ARK' AGAINST   O.P.F.  The Now Westminster War Veterans' Association have gone on record  as oposed to ihe Canadian Patriotic  Fund ��������� being entrusted with .tho administration of a fund of $40,000.-  000 appropriated by Parliament at  the last session for "the relief of ne-  cesitous canes among veterans and  dependents due to unemployment  during the winter. Their opposition  to this project is based on the general grounds that the administration  cf the Patriotic Fund was not agreeable to tin soldiers.  LIFT CORNS OR  CALLUSES OFF  g;andeur. of many other mountains  there is ��������� unfolded a matchless  ]���������  norama.  No  one  can   complain   of  a   lack  ���������ct   romance   in  the   Western   world  Where stood the forests'primeval a  few years ago. now rise skyscrapers  handsome'   churches,' sp'endid  '"Iti-  cutional inPtiii'.t'on.'i.   and    beautiful  bomcH   with   garcl"n.s   of   rose",   and  pallybordered paths.   The chnrm.rtf  jt, all   Is teasily   und'jrHtonn     An   in  jteaae local loyalty and a eoimneud-  (1) Canadian Pacific Railway Station at. Vancouver, B.C.  (2) English Bay, Vancouver.  (3) Douglas Fir Trees in Stanley Park, Vancouver.  a hi ft civic pride .accomplished ������������������much I ancse^  Hindu,  the   Indian,  and   men  Vancouver 'is now one of the greai-   from all climes; but the white man  i'su sraponts in the world, posscsi'in;'.  on?, of the  nio-;t  beautiful  site?  iin  aginable.  , Cosmopolitan are the thro;?^ fhp  crowd    Vancouver    sirpfts     Ir<    t.hf  profession   so   the  .Chinese,   Jap- bigness or plans,  predominates,''as    does    his    civilization.  Vancouver is of the 20th century  fu!i of up-to-date spirit, impregnated  ���������.7ii.h   optimism   and   narked by itj  THIO  JOIi  IS.KN"nitKLY  TOO   H?(,'  That the illicit manufacture of  whisky in the province of ���������British Columbia is a proposition too big for the  present staff of the Inland Revenue  office, is tho opinion of O. A. Allen,  collector of Inland Revenue, who has  just returned from a tour of the province, svh'jro-he has been conducting  different prosecutions under the IJ-  (juor Act. in an interview a .few  days ago .'ie said that the department  could possibly handle the city, but  the rest of the province should be  handled by the Mounted ��������� Police or  some body of men specially fitted for  the.purpose.  Doesn't hurt!    Lift any corn or  callus off with .fingers  Don't suffer.! A tiny bottle of  Freozono costs but a few ccnta at any  drug store. Apply a few drops ,on tbo  corns, calluses nnd "hard skin" on bottom of feet, then lift them off.     $  When Frcezone removes corns from the  toee or calluses from the bottom of feet,  the skin beneath is left pink and healthy  and   never   eope,   tender   or   irritated. PAGE FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD  POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  6  HUMPHREY  THAN THE BEEF;.PORK, VEAL and other Fresh Meats  Purchased from ....  ���������   ' WHITE & 'CARMICHAEL''.  Successors to C. Sumner '  CMVEUS A TltJAL FOR A MONTH AND BE CONVINCED  U   K^r Phone , 000' Abbotrf Ord, B.C.  License No. ������-12323   ,  '    (Late, Henderson & Taylor)  CIYIIi KNGItfKKBS & SUKVEYOItS  Box ll'Abbotsford. li. C. Phone 31X  WANTED���������A  reliable active  man  to   contract   for   the   exclusive   Iocl' \  selling  a?sncv  or  a  well  advertise.1 j  patented article.     Small .capital    re-'  quired   to   establish   profitable   business.     Reply   P.. 0.   Box' 1271,   Victoria,  13.'.C. '    ' ll2S  FOK SALl<:���������Upright Concert Grand  ,, Piano,, made by Ennis, Toronto,  Will be sacrliiced'for half price���������  $2iH). W. W. Stafford, Peardon-  ville, Bv C. '        ,  NOTICE  THE L4D1ES, HAVE  'always enjoyed using our Almond  Paste for c akes, and the demand has been  greater than ever.    '       .',.'.   '������������������  M���������njr  MEAT PIE8, and Home-Made JUince Meat-  for making ihe pie that everybody enjoys  at Christmas'time. ''���������;������������������      j      V  Let your motto be"Lee's Pastry and real  cjood Christmas Cheer"  1  Lic.-nse  No.   8-28i->38  License  No.  5-1088  A  LBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and   BaKer  Your' Buildings   against   Fire.  cent  mere  than   a  few   years  ago.".   Yet  Insurance" rates .have  not  increased. ���������  H. 0* HARTLEY, Abbotsford, B. C,  IteprcscHtisitf Hoard Companies Only  Strayed   to, my   place,   throe   two-  year old heifers:     Description.    Two  'black  and  White and  one Red  and  White.   .  Dated at-  Abbotsford,    November  21st,  1919.  J. H. BURTON,  It. R. No. 2, Abbotsford, B.C.  WATER  NOTICE  START CO!.������ STOKAGE  PLAXT  ��������� AT .JTATZIC SAYS MKK!iX<J  That tho exchange proceed with  the establishment of a cold-storage-  ware hon.-*<������������������. along thc Hups outlined  bv the directors and that the Municipal Council i,t? approachoci .aid asi.-  ed to guarantee the bonds or tho new  company."  The above was a resolution .moved  hj J. B. Cade and seconded by Coun.  R. E. Knight, at a meeting of fruit  growers held in the hall at llalsic en  THE    SUPKEME    COURT  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ��������� IN THIS MATTER of the Execution  Act and in tho matter of a ccr'ain  judgment obtained in the Supremo  Court of "British Columbia by ������. W.  Brown suing on behalf of himself  and also as Assignee of G. C. Israel  against the Dominion. Powder Company Limited, and dated the 17th day  of April   1915.  Pursuant to the order of Mr. Justice Morrison dated the 22nd day of  November 1919, and to me directed,  1 will offer tor sale by Public Auction  at my office, Court House, New Westminster, B. C, on Tuesday the 30th  See me now about that Insurance  Monday a.'ternoon, and was  heartily   day of December'1919; ��������� at    Eleven  fruit  endorsed   by   the   K.0  who were present.  The Fruit and Mercantile Exchange, through their directors, are  anxious  to   increase  their  cold  stor-  ���������Diversion and Use  . TAKE NOTICE that Ferdinand  Desire Boucher, whose address is  Davie Street, Vancouver, will apply  for a licence to take and use fifteen  hundred gallons per clay of water out  of a spring the source of a stream,  which flows in a norteasterly direction and drains into Catuer Creek  about one-third of a mile north-east  of  spring.  The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about head of  spring about 1000 feet in a northeasterly direction from the S. E. corner of the N. E. % of Sec. 25, Tp.10,  and will be used for watering stock  and domestic purposes upon the land  described at N. W..% of Sec. 30, Tp.  19, iSumas Municipality.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 2 6th day of November  1919.  A copy of this notice and an appli-  growers   O'clock  in the  forenoon, ail the in-J     ^ ^lw ��������� ��������� .....  torest  of   the   Judgment  debter   the | cation  pursuant  thereto  and  to  the  Dominion  Powder Company Limited   "Water Act,  1914,"   "'"  Kn  f',1nf1   iT1  in ail and singular.that certain parcel  or tract of land and premises situate  lying and being in the District of New  0 ������  Ktc, Etc.  I have a large and[sp!endid supply,.of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low price's.  Finest quality.  A. McCaiium  Abbotsford  i ��������� ���������i-,-, t������ tiTi I Westminster; and Province of Britisn  age plant and outlined a plan to th-,[ Columbiaf   more   particularly   known  $50,000   wculd   n3 , a:-d "clssc'ribsd as".follows: A Part ten  co!cl i and     five-one;  .hundredths     (10.05)  ihe  mooting  whsreby  spent  in  providing .increased  storage   space   to   take" care   of  furthcoming season's berry  crop.  Rvsry section from Ruskin to Der  oclie  was   represented   and   if   is   tiu  first  time  in  the history  of the did  trict that ihe  present at ivo  vhich  was  rewarded  tha growers in  their  efforts  during  the  nast  season  was  endorsement of the present scheme.  The chairman W. .1. Man son, outlined plans which the directors of the  Km it and Mercantile Exchange,     the  nice  Tlic  success  :icres of -'.vie North West Quarter, of  Section Twenty-two' (22) .'Township  Sixteen (Hi), as shown and colored  red on sketch deposited in Land  Registry Office, New Westminster, as  j number 2g47, or .a.-competent part  irrowers had such a re- i thereof to realize the amount payable  1 pnder or'by virtue of tho'Judgment  n-ebvered by the said E. .W. Brown  suing on behalf of himself and also  a, liiu wwi.-.i .-.���������.^l.,w.. us Assignee of G. C. Israel against  responsible for the unanimous (.he Dominion Powder Company Limited in the Supreme Court of British  Columbia, on the 17th- day of April  "Mil5, for the sum of $1503.98, for  debt and costs, and on which  Judgmet a balance of $1353.08  remains     due,   '  together-     with in-  will be filed in  the office.of the Water Recorder at  New Westminster.  Objections to the' application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, "Victoria B. C-, within fifty days after  the first appearance^ of this notice in  a local newspaper."  ���������P.  D.  BOUCHER/Applicant.  By THOMAS W: STRANGE, Agent  The date of the first publication of  this notice is December 5th, 1919.  WATER NOTICE  growers cooperative company, had  mind for taking care of the increased j torest     and     the     costs       of  ,.   ,.       v.(,.;,.,      ^-i,o   niin   proceedings and of the sale    of  business   oi   the   distnct.     .lie   P1^    .    islered'chargCB appearIng a8 res  ���������i.-.c   '.,-.v   tlin   building   oi   a   cold',   ,. ,    ...    ,,.���������    r ������������������.,    n> ,.,,:���������<���������,.   r\m.-.  Judgment    recovered  provides  lor  tho  luuldmg oi   a  i j.a , islercd   in  the   Land  Registry  s'.orage warehouse, together with the j at  xvew  Westminster:  installation of ice-making machinery  en th2 company's property  admirably  situated  on  the  i  the  ���������e  Office  C.  P.   R.  main  1 ll  i:\.in  w a s  the 3  as  a  ri'rc'  wcu!  [\:v '<  w::s  n:  ���������i    i:i  :?���������   S'C-'  ~::k'1 of fLi:a.:ci*'!  had   b?,'!i  dh .  I'll   import?:1.;  ';r.\ (Tvncil o:\  ���������   this  body  r.y.  i.:i pro! n'jiiitv  of til-:! fcn'.ptntj  ncn then cxp'.-i.  ",-.:o:: cf ihe dl  n2iv,-jdr.y be o"  c:' whi'jh wcu'.c"  cc-vpc.Tit'.vs  ; :��������������������������� M'.:"a,r'!/  '���������.-.'I iv.v. fiocid.  a:  n :-���������:  '(:.  I)'  -. V    O.  agaist    the  which is: said  Judgment debtor    by    E."     W.  ' Brown on behalf of himself and also  as Assignee of G. C. Israel dated the  17th   April   1915,   for   $1503.98   for  debt  and  costs  filed the  8th  clay  of  u. October   1919.   this    judgment     has'  M..;-'h{been reduced to $1353.08 remaining  ci\;},   .i:. ��������� ! (,ue v,jtl, interest.  hif-on am! ! Til0 following buildings have been  erected on the above property: one  building 18x3 0, one building 1(1x3 0,  closed shed 14x18, closed shed 14x18  closed shod 18x30, open1shed 16x18,  open shad 16x46, all of the buildings  are constructed of rough lumber, battened and roofed, with corrugated  iron, also one shed 14x24, sides and  ioof of corrugated iron.  TERMS of SALE, CASH.  Dated at New    Westminster    this  10th day of December 1919.  T. J. ARMSTRONG,  Sheriff.  rrs-tha  'zt'X. .'i  he'd '?  i. p{.n hi.;  Diversion and Use  TAKE NOTICE that Charles Sears  McKee, whose address is 1200, 15th  Ave., W. Vancouver,-B. C, will apply  for a licence to take and use fifteen  hundred gallons per day of water out  of a spring the source of a stream  which flows in a north-easierly direction and drains into Catuer Creek  about one-third of a mile north-east  of spring.  The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about head of  spring about 1000 feet in a northeasterly direction from the sotuh-east  corner of tho N. E. V4, Sec. 25, Tp. 16  and will be used for watering stock  and domestic purposes upon the land  described at N. E. 14, Sec. 25, Tp. 16.  This^notice was posted on. tin  ground on the seventeenth day of  October,   1919.  A copy cf this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914''' will be filed in  tho office of the- Water Recorder at  New Westminster.  Objection to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water j  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C. within fifty days after tli3  first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.'     -..  C. S. McKEE, Applicant.  Bv THOMAS W. STRANGE, Agent  The  dafe cf  the   first publication ,  of this notice is December 5th, 1919. j  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished.  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY.  PROFRIET^D  HUNTINGDON. B  C.  lY-.--  Cr Id  CO'.!'..  ' ' ��������� '.   ���������'  van;:  hi: !-"  o:\  1.1 ��������� ��������� y ���������  icn of  usi:  u  of  r.d'  ill-  to n;!!"!i  ::���������'!  ���������hi-  .nr.'M'ip;  h  hipping t'rcT.h I'm;:  rn  Governments to.go into this matter without  further delay.  That a copy of this resolution be sent to .'Mission and Matsqui Councils, the Boards of  . Trade at New Westminster and Vancouver,  I the Good Roads League, Vancouver and New  I Westminster, for endorsation; and also to the  j Provincial and Dominion Governments  |" through our representatives.  j The above resolution will be amplified by details of traffic  I important business'cosiderations, data regarding the district, to  I the south and-north of the river.    The matter will-then be taken   ���������__ j up' at the coming convention of Boards of Trade in Vancouver in  This cold snap should be ssnt up 'February, when it is expected that a number of delegates from  country a;;a:n. j the Board will be present.  On the claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  newspaper advertising, a good many unnecessary advertising schemes are sold to business men.  The plans for buying are usually made in the home at  the warm fireside; not when the family is on an amusement jaunt.  Supplementary advertising includes all advertising  outside, of newspaper advertising.  ������������������during  season.  Willi  dors ing  jiany  '.lie  Histeoiiitf   Lheir  own   bonds,   fov   lliuy  are fill ratepayers of tii-'i- niuuicipaliiy  the  the  Municipal Cov  Hinds of. tho it  '.voru   vvi?ro   real  ���������,'.���������[] envy com-  y  j.';uar-.  Old. timers predict an o.'U'ly sprinc  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  /

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