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 ''.."���������V*  iT(/  , L ���������  fcl  Vol. XIII., No. 9 '  [���������^^  ^h.wh^js^corporated "The Huntingdon &T7  / ' 4BBOTsSoRDt^/a Friday., "B^22Ti916=  <"HI*-8       $1.00 per Year  ���������    .    ;  '     '        '.Jtecepits  , Balance;in Royal Bank ... $ ni oi <  ti .Mooting-October 1915 * ��������� " ������������ i0,v I  M'.Meeting August 4th, 191C . '    <Vo5 I  Sale: of. Auto ^Tickets-    "    45'no  Sub's  and   donations    489.19  ���������):"'"'//;  ,:,'*'���������-.  , $77.0.25  ���������','���������-   ' .' '      ^���������&tt"rsoiuents  to Liout'.-Gov.fs Fund ' $5500  .Prisoners, of,"-War   ....        r J,������s j.j  .General. Fund'-":'..... c     '"  -nnnn  ^iyiateual ....'.:...--..���������:��������� .-.::���������. ' 209 21  -Remitted "ajcU'ickets-           4s "no  Sewing - Machine'"; ..."  ���������-] J '', J  ..Sundry expenses'...;...  "Cash on hand-'!. .'."   Balance'in. Royal**Bank""  '1.25  2.00  71.5 0  PERSONALS  Tlie streets of Abbotsford are looking very gay with Christmas decorations. Mr. Lee .has a fine display  of Christmas cake and all the children of the town are attracted to the  window of Mr. Hill by the toy train  running on its track.  The children of the school arc very  interested in their preparations i'or  the Belgian Relief Concert to be  given in the Alexandria Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. It promises to  be very interesting.       *���������  The Ladies Aid of the Abbotsford  Presbyterian church met at the manse  for their annual meeting when the  yearly report was read and officers  elected.  Pte. Albert Teng who left here  with the 72nd btatalion was in the  hospital from shell shock but when  last heard from expected to be out  in a few days.  H is reported that Pto. 6. McPhee  is in the hospital in England doing  nicely and that Pte.' L.  McPhee expected to be back in the trenches"in'  a few days. ;  M. and Mrs. Boyd were visitors in  Vancouver  this  week.  Paul Taylor was a visitor    tn  Vancouver last week in his 2T0[������0 . c������  '-V   '   '   - * ^ 7,7 Q   Ou  PUKING YEAR BY-KED CROSS  '^  ,?'������4ar"C'--es -seH������".t :cluring tho-j  jcar to Ward.;II branch of Red-Cross  'Vancouver-:by/Abbotsf6rd branch  Hand knit'.spx; 2 06 pairs'       .   ' '���������  Sets of .pyjamas; .4'7  ���������  Hospital 'shirts, 92"/   .  ������������������  Knee and/dpiible' T'b'anadages, CD.  Hospital -slippers; r2 0' .pairs'.'    ; "   '  '-���������_^'owels,-:-20;,���������'-.'���������; Vv.;J^..r..,.   ,-.*;;.��������� ���������-������������������  Mits.'S pairs  Sundry  bundles of old ' linen..   FUND  List of articles shipped on December 8th 193 0 to Ward 11. Red Cross  Vancouver B. C. from the Abbotsford  urancli..  Hospital shirts,  6  Hospital sheets. 12  Pillow  slips,   12  Sets of pyjamas, 5  Pairs of sox, 2 8  Pairs 'of slippers, 1  and a parcel of old linen.  y^'wvm  ',---<v   W'i.*'-���������'���������'  ������i'\!'j '-,fW"  V '������/���������> ��������� 3.V  iifty  Wnght Who is so well known in-this  district,  next Sabbath  had to leave last Monday having 011 h-  enlis ed the Saturday preceJing   Mr '  Mclvmon was one of the several car  Penters in Abbotsford.  W ���������.!. 9tr>���������.J_L ) I ii   LU1 H ���������WJgT-J  CANADA  vo  IT.ISO1VBKS OF WAR FU:Vi)  T-UiemS l6UerS SP6ak VOh--  Dear MiSS^0^   17tb'  191G  for the very large cheque $2 5 00 hi4  of wlr FunT T- '������r the P"���������������������  /i,rm,oJf f        receiPt    should    have  brought in.Such a large amount.  Please thank Mr. Sparrow for hi*  onerous help and also    the    many  W  *$3 /&   *T ������ .CI* ^  ^ 6       <^~ P" 5^ fc# a  .   Mr. J. A.  McGowan was a visitor I oZh^ZnZ* ���������* alS0    the    n  in Chilliwack on Wednesday helpeis around. Abbotsford  "-���������-- J- 1  - Yours sincerely,  here  The Slade & Co Feed store  is doing a thriving business.  Mr. Phinney of Clayburn was a visitor in Abbotsford this week.  Mrs.   Springthorpe. who    resigned  the duty of telephone operator here  is now nearing England.  i    Pte.   A.   E.   Barrett  of   the   131ot'  battalion when last heard of expected  to be in France in a few days.  Pte. Walter Wallace and Pte.  Frank McCallum were home for the  week-end.  Mrs, J. L. Campbell returned homoi  on Monday and Mr. J. L. Campbell j  is expected home today.  Among those who will spend Xnms  in Vancouver are Mrs. Zeigler nml  Mrs.  Farris.  Mr. Frank Ayearst is spending i]io  Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs  Boyd and his mother.  S.   GWENDOLINE  LEVESON  And the following from the same  party to Miss Hill-Tout-  Thank you very much for the $6.50  W������r V6.nt f������r the Sonera' of  mnrhvn"',18 1uite wonderful how  ranch you  have managed  to  collect  l enclose my receipt and remain,  Sincerely yours.  Act, 19K rU^^^Yl^l T^: ^^}^. <* ^ "War Measures  by the Post Ofnce Aut^Kii of ^y'^;: ������1;���������'^���������^ ^ * m&de  five, residing in Canada.. ';    .     " "^J of Sixteen and .sixty-  National Service Cords and addr^-d c-v< v,)n, f.~ ..<��������� n-tt.'     * '^  have been placed in v'-o hav<<^ 0r ^- '>-- ' ^���������' f retUrn to 0ttav/a  persons required lo m in^xirlCc^C fa^**��������� ^J"^^11 am(??8? the  13 require to fHI in a^d return a cord e'n^f ��������� ��������� ^'^J ^^ P^nbed ages  of its receipt. ���������"i. u_;_woa m an envelope withm.ten  days  Any person v.iio fnih to receive a c-rd -���������1 m-eirt_;    '        ,  upon application to the nearest PostrnatteT     "'' ?   may .������btam the same  R. B. BENNETT,  Director General.  Ottawa, 15tli December. 1916.  GOD SAVE THE KING.  NATIONAL SERVICE WEEK    :    l,t to 7th JANUARY.  BORN���������To Mr- and Mrs. T. II.  Storey, of Toronto (late of Mission)  on November 28th, a daughter, Helen  Ruth.  "������������������J-J'J-l-'������!i-,-u.''-Jit"jr!^ron.  Mrs  H. HickMng's baaaar ������t HaUie  astwek .netted $200, $100 cf whir),  ^���������beeagtvontothcRedCroBBat  A  Dec.  I'atter������on-l>onntci!i ,   ,        ,  icliurcli   near Mr.  and  Mrs.  J.  Dona-  ��������� |  ������   Jlslereeid vbgkcj cnify shrdlu etao  veij  pretty wedding took plarc|      lic  res:!(-leilce,   Siiverdale.     B      C  li    in    the    Roman    Catholir : i'i1,en their eldeat    da"gliter,    Marie  . ram.is I atterson of Mt. Lehman. B.  U The Rev. Father Cherouse of Mission performed the ceremony.  (Margaret, became the bride of Mr'T'     Th.c happy -Voung couple were the  '    ' I recipients of many handsome presents  ' ��������� *' '���������>*.*'&  ���������M'fy'?' {'' THE ABBOTSFORD POST. ABB6TSPORD, B,  .11  o.  '������,  Adverlisiing   rates   made  known  on   application  Our   HhlbbolcLh-Neltlior   lor 'nor   agin'   the   Government  .    ;   iMT.,io '_     .- Editor and Proprietor  Funeral Director  W<ru;zsfe oar many Readers a MERRY XMAS  end may they enjoy many more of them.  r.wrr. ; ,tTi"'5'.'  ' In the midst of War let us "Keep the Home  Fires Burning" in a good old-fashioned way by  keeping Christmas.;    --.^^v^  * j       fs*  In enjoying Christmas to the best of our a-  bility in war time we are doing no more than  what the boys at the Front expect us to do.  They are always cheerful, we are ioici.( How  can we be cheerful and yet not enjoy Christmas  this year. It may not be as usual, but it is up  to us all to be as cheerful as possible. While a  very large number of boys are at the 1' ront  nVhting for Home and Freedom it is up to us  to keep the Home Fires burning, and to do this  we must make everything around as bright as  possible.. 1114  We must be bright ourselves,   and   help   to  make others the same.  DOES CQ-QPER-  *PAY  US?  Question of Co-Operation Taken  U]> in an Interesting' Planner  Compares  Averages.  Many of the fruit growers in the',  Mission-Hatzic district are intending |  ' i.o. ship   their   products   individually  next, season.    Having   become     dissatisfied with the co-operative methods and results of  the  past season,  they intend to launch forth on'their  own   hook,   claiming   that   their  own  efforts in years gone by have proved  more fruitful to them than shipping  through co-operative channels.       No  doubt this is quite true if we compare  the returns for rhubarb and raspberries with tlie returns the  individual  shippers received five years ago. The  returns  for  rhubarb and  raspberries  shipped co-operatively this year Avere  very unsatisfactory. Tlie average nett  returns received for rhubarb was    a-  bout  3.r,<!.     Last  year's  average  was  nearly twice as much.    This season's  average for rasps is not available as  all of the returns have not been sent  in.   However,   this     year's  nett     returns  on  rasps  will   lie  considerable  lower  than   those   of   last  year,   due  no   doubt  to   Hie  adverse- conditions  experienced in this year's picking season.     Now  tho  demand     for     small  fruits on the prairie markets exceeded  the   supply,     in   short,    the   eastern  markets including tho  centres    that,  arc usually glutted, had to go hungry.  Why  then,  you  ask,  is  it thai, with  Hiich   a   strong   demand   tho   returns  were so low.    This can be attributed  lo  the condition  of a  couple -A the  cars on arrival and also to the lack,  get this, of co-operation at the selling  end.     Herein  lies  the. secret of successful marketing and without, which  is    hair-hearl.cd    co-operation    only.  Wholehearted    co-opnration    of    the  trovers at the ������rrowing end is an absolute necessity and is the foundation  Hiat   creates the  f-o-opcrat.ion  at   the  filing end that gives the best: results.  In  order to distribute  to give tlie  best   results  it   is  essential   that  the  -rowers  be  in  close  touch .with  the  markets that, they supply-     Familiarity with the trade that is supplied is  nothing more or  less  than co-operation and is good business. The growers interests are no loss important at  the selling end than at. the producing  end   therefore they should bo linked  more closely together.       Control    ot  the ������ource of supply, judicious advertising, an established agent, or brokerage connected with or representing  the'growers are  only  a   few  of  the  many suggestions that, constitute cooperative distribution. m  This last season, tho growers in the  Mission Hatzic districts were orgamz-  ed better than ever before. The Hatzic Fruit Growers Association had a  larger membership than in any previous vear. Crop contracts wherein,  the growers agreed to ship all their  '���������:>������p", through the organization were  Figneri hv memebrs of the Fraser Valley Growers. This made the F. V. G.  '.-olid inasmuch as It controlled every  shinning berry that its members produced. The results of last seasons  co-operation have not probably appeared to the grower to have been:  beneficial from a financial point of  view, but from a shipping and distn-  -:������nBS aiinb sew 31 unodpuirjs Sunuri  factory.'  There was very little difficulty thus  season in getting the required' number of crates for a car and every car  went out above the minimum. There  was absolutely no congestion at any  point where the  worries were distributed" and the L. C. L.' shipments were  not   considered   to   be   a   competing  factor.    There was practically no A  1 merican  rasps  brought into  Alberta  'or Saskatchewan, which was due part  ly to the weather conditions at that  time but mostly to the fact that the  F.  V.   G.   had  contracted to   ship   a  specified number of cars, which the  growers had contracted    to    supply  them'with and the trade naturally ex  pected that their wants would be supplied with B. C. stuff and did not en-  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. WisLion City _  courage or make provision I'or importing the American borrios. It is  unite true that tho prairie market  will give preference to the 13. C. rasps  if possible through thorough organization.  In regards to indiscriminate shipping, the jobbers of Calgary who  handle considerable L. ��������� (.!.' 1- ������tn  state that next season they expect to  -eceive enough rasps from points oiit-  sidoof the-Mission-Hatzic districts to,  practically supplly their wants. Further east there woul dbe a market tor  a quantity that could be shipped  C. 1,. although the large centres  .v'ould have to be avoided. In other  words the success of indiscriminate  shipping depends practically on llio.  uiiiall townB where a retail trade is  worked up and where the Trait would  be sold at a F. 0. 13. shipping point,  price.  ��������� Word has been received that our  once popular young lawyer, I������. W.  Bigelow has arrived safely in Fng-  land and his battalion is located a  Seafortl in the south of England,  which he says is a very pretty place,  and is also vey slow. Their quarters  are fine. Scaford is near Brighton,  the big seaside resort. His Battalion was having a week off to see London. :Mr. Bigelow joined Llio University corps at, Vancouver.  How About Your  HUGH McBRIDE  General Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work   j  Satisfaction/Guaranteed      j  Next to Alexandria Hotel   j  HUNTINGDON B- cj  A   FIRM IS'OFTEN JUDGED  liY ITS- STATIONERY. ��������� -WHY  HAVE      CHEAP     PRINTING  when when you : can  get neat printing done  on good paper at this  office, almost as cheap  as plain paper. bring in  y;ur orders for  S  ?  .s, etc.  AS THIS PLANT IS THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE PLANT IN  THE DISTRICT ORDERS CAN  BE FELLED WHETHER JIG  OR SMALL, AND AT PRICES  AS REASONABLE ASItt THE  dTIES���������JUST AS GOOD AS  WORK TOO.   IF YOU HAVE  A LARGE ...-  TT  CAN  BE DONE  AT  THIS  OFFICE ON SHORT NOTICE.  1������av7t^ record   SENT  TO YOUR FRIENDS.   $1-00 Per Year.  Printer and Publisher  CITY, B C  ABBOTSFORD '"DISTRICT B  President, Hope Akinson v Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held FirstMonday of Each Month  .   Write the secretaryl^ardiiig'manufacturing sites  with ladled shipping facilities and ^ ^g  I    or information regarding the larm and iiuit lands ot  1 iedW* andtndustries already eatafctahe^^ J)  ntitfcteiAn   __No'thing  will  'add more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  home.  Yoiir Photograj  r**'i  " ������.?  .'������I*  &: ������"2x  *HH ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B.. 6.  ttcemaeummmmm  WWMWMg wv.wm'-  :75SSS508BWIB!������IWS3HS*W*BB������HS*l^  /  Abbotsford and District has done magnificently lnsendin;  ier sons to fight for the freedom an  mpire and tier /\ines.  s or the ofitish  e     ���������  ROLL OF HONOR  Unveiled With the   Names   of  ,   More Thau Seventy Names  February 6th, 1916.  Rev. J. L. Campbell of the  Presbyterian Church on Sunday  February 6th unveiled a roll oi:  honor in respect and memory to  ���������the volunteers and soldiers who  have. gone to the front. from  Abbotsford and district. The  text from which he spoke ^ was  "Greater love hatn no .man  than this, that he lay down his  life for his friend," and as an illustration the famous painting  "The Great Sacrifice" was used.  The roll contains over seventy  names, the first seven named  having already given their lives  .for 'King and Country.'  The following are the names:  W. A. Ferguson, killed.  H, E. Lloyd, killed.  J. McDonald, killed.  H. R. Gray, killed.  E. 0. Collinson, killed.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green, killed.  F. Brown, invalided.  H.  Grimley.  A. Teng.  A. Hill-Tout.  L. Trethewey.  J. Fraser,  C. T. McPhee.  S. McPhee.  C. Hulton-Harrop.  G. E. Hayes.  M. Rhodes.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks. \  Chas, Wooler.  G..Gough,  A. R. Flummerfelt.  J. Kirkbride.  A. C. Dudden.  T). Geddes.  II. Johnston.  P. J. McLagan.  J. Hands.  S. Knott.  W. Laird.   '  H. Gordon.  A. G. Adams.--   -���������  ,G. N. Gillett.  J. Aitken.  0. Kidwell, killed.  R. Hughes.  T. Usher.  T. Perks.  A. Pegram.  B. Poftinger.  B. W. Suthern.  E. A. Chapman.  M. W. Copeland.  A. Mallalue  A. Healey.  J. Welch.  A. A. Fermodr.  T., Donnelly.  E. Anderton.  A. A. F. Callan.   .  J. Bousfield.  C. Bayes.  R. Peters.  T. Davis.  T. Mawsori.  Geo. Knox, died, pneumonia.  Henry Knox.  Fred Knox.  R. Smart.  S. Finch.  W. Bowman.  E. Chamberlain.  K. Huggard.  J. Munro.  T. Smeeton.  A. Williams.  J. McCormack.  John Gillen.  Hilliard Boyd.  D. Campbell  J. Downie.  Percy Wilson.  Manlius Zeigler  Ed Barrett.  V. Hulton-Harrop,  W. Campbell.  Stewart McGillivray.  E. B. de la Giroday  Jack Parton  H. Skip worth  R. Ramsay  The  following   have  recently   enlisted .for overseas servico:  A.  Mitchell.  Peter Pearson.      '   ,  Geo. Sharp.  F. Beale.  H. Arnold.  Tom Campbell.  Robt. Sim.  H. Skipworth.  J. 0. Williams.  Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  Andy Ell wood.  J. L. Sanspm  John Sinclair.  Albert Davenport.  Joe. King.  Guthrie King.  Matt Nelson.  Matt Higginscn.  (������i&  i  are we, wfto,are.left behind, going to contribute  e Canadian Patriotic Fund, as our share,  to equal the sacrifice of those who have died or en-  isted tor Uverseas bervice.  ive a monthly subscription.  mnnaamammummmimgBmm i\
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PATRIOTIC FUND
A meeting of tho Abbotsford-Mats-
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Wednesday evening Llie- TLli insf... in
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Tlio   following  /inancia
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By cash donations
statement.
S   2 70.13
Payments "on  subscriptions'^.S.TB.^S
To till Receipts
��� $2,84 9.38
Oiwbnr.scinenLs
lo remittances to Victoria..?2,375.00
Wur Stamps   "
balance on hand '....       -J7-1*2C
Total subscriptions pe
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Arrears             2-3 4 00
die��� anioui,t ,)n,d pendent:; o? sol-
KI'JCAUSli  T.IIE  lllUm VKOl'LE  ARE
LOOKING yOU YOU.ll All.
li'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
halt 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 IN TOWN WHO WANTS '
TO BUY SHOES,  OR    CLOTHES,'   OR    ANY
OTHER ARTICLE-and it wouldn't "stop" any
one who didn't want to 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 bar-
gam ana your ad. is a convincing one, you'll sell
what you want to sell'.    ���
(THIS SPACE FOR SALE)
��� $2.8 IS.M
Of
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Avemgo per nine months
soldiers   	
merMh^n"00/1 ^"""'o "bovo it.Vl ,
"en, that tins branch so far has l.eei
u"   "^Porting..     The  margin,   he v
over, Ismail and all those to whom
��'     ��fc  Mm.1  appeal ���,, re�����,C8Lo��l
clo what tl.cy c,,n now (o maintain
t.Mh very ssuwtM.'ory showin,;-. Tlie
Pinion, ,). E	
Parton, './.   C	
Pnyno,   Miss   G.   .'..
Ross.   I1	
Salmon, 11. |)	
Solcion,  T.   F '.
Skinner, . A.   13.
Smith, H.'D	
Sparrow, J, j ]_[
Spencer  &   Hill
Springthorpe, Mrs. '
Steode, S. M. and A
Sumner,  O.   ..
Swift, T. A. ...;..���'	
Wnro, W. J '""
Welch,   A.   F ....".'""
Weir, J. .p\ &E. T. .."'"
Wiggins, F. C	
Wilder, F "'"';_"";
NViiliama, j. ;	
Wooler,   F	
Veomans, A. .'.".'.'.'.'""
Zeigler, G.  F .'.'���!.'!.'."
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Aulhier, N	
Bashful Bachelorottcs...
Bnidner Empire Day
n.Miloy,    VV. '  '
Ball.   .1 '.'.'.'.'.".'..
Bergcr,  ,;.   r ""'....'
Uacksf.rom,    A \[[
Copping, ,j. o	
Clark, Mrs. F. A. ..
Ca l.l.o,   .] ......
Gogh Ian, ,1. A	
OoOnino, .1  	
A    Friend
M.
the bacon industry.      Prior to 19l<\!
oncii year saw thu exports from Den.'.''.'!
mark  to  Great  Britain  increase ancj '1
I..00  those of Canada docrenso for at least!
��'i. div-rjdo   back. '      ,sinco   that  timoi
Hon mark has seemingly switched hof. .j1
"trado from hor friends to the enemy,J;j|
r.0.0 0 j I'or in  1 n I ."> (.lie exports declined T.i'-{������
���JO.OO  ooO.OOO pounds.   .At the same tinioP
���''on j Canada's oxporta havo   been    coutin-1;
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. r. i)
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2,0 0
10.00
3.1.-.0
'10.001u:iI,y on  t.'io iucroase,  having
15.00   23.020,SGI, pound:
50.00   ing March'   31,"
3 2.00 Lou ucIh  for  J.o;i5
.,,-,'J!J'| Pounds  for   I!) I (J.
boon
lie year end-
72,050,030
I'M,150.309
appears to bo ���CJ (ioubt ,���.,, ���[���,','"; ^  , ' I;l0��d	
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on our
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m-ounes of men and  mj.i0v
coiitfjuip.     So   long   as   r<vrij't.
'"ff goes on  in  Canada the' re"i/.iiro-
" unts of the Fund  will i���Croaso    In
II view of this fad    '
11 to
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I througn any of the members of the
canvassing  committee.
The thanks, of the committee were
tendered to the following gentlemen,
at outside points, who have rendered!
A   Friend
'''rey, A. ..
Guirdo,   A
On.zley.   If
Gledhill,   VV.   ...".".".".\\\\\"."'.'.'.'.'.".'.".'.".'       J.oo
         1.00
H
I.eh man, V
Liversage, \V. J
MacConnell,   H.
Macey, J. F. ...-.  _,
Morrison,   M.   '. .'..'....""       ]
Sf^"? to the "aecretarj.    inlSo^Bon': j\	
ma.vng collections and reports.- McDonald   A   	
t     Sr^^11' Miner, a.'/-..;;;;;;;;;;;;.
T. P. Seldon, Clayburn.
J- W. Pennington Bradner. '
J'.   Wooler,  Peardonvillo
W. Morryfield, Mt Lfehman. \
J- C. Maclure,' Kilga'rd
T. B. Straiton, Straiton.        <"
���U- C. Myhre, Matsqui.
J. A  McGOVVAN,
am,,,*,.,.    ^ o President
Abjotsiord-Sumas-Matsqui
Branch of C. P. F.
Subscriber
Abbotsford   Mill
Civil  service
Murphy,   B.
Melander,   M	
Oliv'er, M:  B	
Rogers, J;	
Ross.   Mr,   	
Segt. Small Lecture
Sinclair,   M	
Sand berg, F	
Smith, G. E. .
District j Towlan.  W.
Amt .Paid
-...$891.00
233.00
i>ATinoTKMIKKTLVG.       f .  liI)eral col]ectIon ig hoi)ed for (o aivi, serv{ce  ;;;;;;;;;;-  ^^
On Tuesday evening. January  9th I ena,;Ie U,�� Io(;{l1 hl���ch of the society I Ivianson" IlV��rk8    5?6'25
in the Presbyterian church a patriotic i Lo ''onva',(i a liberal cheque to the Y.   Baines, ' 13 '' ""'  ^J'?0
M. C.
[ Wells, W .'"""	
; Whistler,, H. K .".".".'".'.""."" i_.
Mt.   Lehman    -16 1��
Ross-   P ."".���"."'.""' 2?!oo'
i a patriotic
iiieeting will be held under'the auspices of ihc local Branch of the local
branch of the Women's Temperance
An a dress will be given by
'irs. Mack en of Vancrmcer and there
be other items of interest given.
17:: ion
M I--
wi
*- who are doing such a noble
work for our boys���not only in their
camp life, but also following them
right into the firing line. Come and
heip us find
9.03
20.00
cS.27
1.00
5.00
.'..00
2.-00
1.00
1.00
00
1.00
1.00
5.00
.50
.5 0
1.00
1.00
10.00
S.10
1.00
4.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
0.00
great
Bannerman,,  J.
Barker,  A E.  .
Barr,   J	
Barter, H....
Bell,   C.   O'D.
3.00
5 0.00
3.00
1.5 0
3.00
45.00
$2 70."1.3
cocoa and other comforts   Brooks,  W.       on nn
for them through the Y. M. C. A.     '"������'--   "   -         ^KUU
THE BACON HOG
INDUSTRY
ABBOTSFORD, B. C
t    Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is
jj stocKeci with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,
if   :.
A.
RATES.   $1.50 TO   $2,GO   PER   DAY
PROPRIETORS
a*JCX3����x.'c ic^xkbzvrk*&r..*rcc
Brundage, E. O.
Buchanan,  D.  ..
Burkitt,   J	
Butler,   R	
Campbell, J. H.
Campbell,  J.   L.
Carter, Miss 	
Clark,  Mrs.   F.
Coogan, T. C.
Cooper, R. A.
Coote,  J	
Curtis,   N.   E.
Davenport, G. E."
Giroday,  de  la  ..
DeLair,   C	
1.00.
6.00J
24.00J
1.50
3.00
6.00
12.00
.25
1.00
12.00
2.00
1.00
.25
1.00
i'ew people realize the change that
lias taken place in trade owing to the
An example of this is shown in
LIVERY^AUTO and
FEED~STABLE��
D. D3IJ-JRY, Proprietor.
TEAMING and  DRAYING
WOOD and COAL For Sale
Orders  Promptly  Filled
Auto  For Hire.
Give us a call and you will
be used right every time
ABBOTSFOBD, B.  C.
��22'-"252r��snmr
BUTCHER
|i /-\. j.  MEMDtRSON & SON
Ouncan. M. C .'.""""       *'ii
;=rae^ d ::::::::::::::: 2:2
Evans, S.	
Fooks,,   \V.       f
f-'ord,  G.  S. ���."."������
Fuller,  A.  	
Gavin, J	
Gephart, L.
Gledhill, A. E. ..
Goodchild,   C.  $'
Henderson, A. J
Higginson, W. J,
Higginson, H. J.
Higginson, W. S.
^Johnson, A.  X6
' Karlstrom,   K .'..'.""."."."      2 50
6.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
12.00
5.00
5.00
00
25.00
4.50
18.00
18.00
12.00
Pork, Mutton, Heel, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners
and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday
ill
II!
You; have heard correctly. Lee is selling FLOUR at
Kennedy    W.   ...T.        9.00
^rr- G- H      20.00
Jrno- ,A      l.oo
Kravoski, S  j 00
Larson, N ; ""' ' so
Logan,  H ;  12
Lundstrum, A. ..
Manly, A. H
00
50
1.00
Also a full line of Xmas Cooking Specialize
Almond Paste. Candied cherries, etc.,
CALL AND SEE
S,
5.00
3.00
1.00
Jgiaiir^TTirrHMlJiPM^I^A'Pmrw^iiTypffaiu.rij^^i^
^^nffBIBfTHIfTUr
ALBERT   LEE,   Grocsr   and   BaKer
Millar,, Mrs. J. B. ... 3   0o
JJ!;;ar-  J-I '.'.'- 8.'00
Mitton,   J.   C.
Mundy, R ...........^....	
Murphy, J ....'...""
McCallum,  A  io'r)0
McCallum, p. A            '" 9'on
McCulloch, P .'  700
McMenemy, j. K         ' '50
?Je;3on- B -.....:.-..... 12!00
Nelson,  C  1 QfJ
Nelson   D. H  l9;oo
'Jac.e'  J'   J ���  8.00
Parlcer' G  10.00
Farmers'and'Travelers
trade solicited.
Newly Furnished
uglily Modern
M-   MURPHY,   PRCPRIET^r
HUNTINGDON,  B   C.
1 or
014,
0    unci
5.00 1"" ���'  '"'    ,,"u'    Against  (his  has
zr. {)0   l.o 1)0 recorded a deer-.:iso in (.lib lust
live years in (.ho mini hor of hogs      in
'tlio country of one million.       These
Cuds are given in ;i  pamphlet ontit-
lod-Tlio Bacon Hog and the British
Market" by John   Bright,  Live Stock
Commissioner, and   II.  s. Arkoll, As-
30.00 js,8L"��t Coinmifirtionor,   Uml    can     \Ui .
3S.O0|li!Ul free on application (0 (ho F.'iihii-''?;1
wilioiia iji-jincii,  l.;op;ir(,menl, of Agri-  \
��ul|iiru. OlLawa..- .The auUior poi'nf.s   j
('"(, Uml   IIiIh H(iL((! or affi, Irs  is  iiioh(
unrorluijjitts  in   M10  I'ucu of  (hg  r���,v
opporl.1111II.v 11,a I. la olTorcd l.o Curl hor     '
U.M.01UI  our     WiKuhlrc     sido"     (rado
wllii  Creal.  Mrlluiii, a   l.rndo dial   for
the year ending Decern her 31,   linn
amounted   in   value   (.0   % I 5,057,052'
V/hile chore  Is a certain demand al-
Jio I'or tho fin hog, Messrs Bright and
Arkoll do not favour increased hreed-
ing In   (.hat  direction   for (.he export
r.i:adc. as dm United Stales are in    a
superior poslLlon  to  Canada  for  the'
ralslHg of  that  particular sort.   The
bacon hog is our opportunity, but to
take advantage of it we shall have to
be more conservative in our methods
As the pamphlet says, the world over
there'exists a confidence in the future" of the live stock trade which has      "
no parallel'in   history.     Canada  has
now.the opportunity of placing her-       .*;
self in a very powerful position    in       <>'
the expert bacon business.    The most
stable condition  of affairs    can     be
brought about by each farmer doing
"his bit" to increase production with
out  involving   himself  in   any
financial -outlay.
S.00
11.0 0
8.00
.50
0.00
5.00
1.00
5.0 0
.51)
1.00
5.0 0
1.0 0
1.0 0
1.00
1.00
1.5 0
2.00
L' 0 0
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1.00
0 0
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