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 '-. '*' .  (<A  VICTORIA  Provincial Library  WiiH which is incorporated "Tha Huntingdon Star"  Voj, XVII., No. 18.  zzzz  4BB0TSF0RD, B,-- C.   FlUDAY,   FEB.   7, 1919  SS^>S       $1.0.0 per Year  VAA'COUViEt  'J'0   SHOW  G-KISAT   WAii MXIUJ'A'V  PERSONALS  Miss Boll ol'lutTehman was the  ,���������,.,.    ���������.   ,      --- - &v,.,u-r������ost of Mrs. Martin on Sunday  ,.il. s   Croat .War, Exhibit,   which   is   ",   Mrs. Dan Smith snenf ,T'i  to bo displaced by tho Dominion Gov-   with  Mrs.- Alex   JohiS ?��������� v    d������yi  eminent   n that Hfvi,v.h   i o i������ ��������� ,.   ������������������,. ,_,  ....       * J011J1son zn Vancou  Elaborate preparations    aro boimj  made in Vancouver for allowing Can-  I-A,, the Jvcpulationtfor giving* its customers the very  Lest workmanship and a first-class service. We lead and  others follow.    Those who Have dealt with us claim that  Z rKlacfla,,lCl ^^ BTOWn' 1S the r,ght ���������^  rail i^e o^rdfe������AS������LINE' TIRES and 0ILS to our.  car troLibles.K' K" AUt������ Repair ^ w]len you liave a]iy  Seven passenger- Cadillac FOR HIRE.  ! eminent in that cll.y Feb. 12 to March  II. inclusive J'JITorra t,,ro being made  , to secure cheap excursions from all  'parts ot  the  province.  Parades  1)0 hold on a big scale, the city  bo   lavishly  decorated  and   in  way will the Importance ol  hibillon  be recognised.  will  will  has  uu,  rheu-  recov-  Brown came home  ve    last .week.       -Mrs. Johnson  been very ill resultant from the  leaving  her  with, inuamatorj  matism. ���������  .      .     Mif Mildred Hill-Tout has  every ,c*red from her illness and is homTto  the ^-js^ tt^onth to gain strength           This exhibit will appear in Drlllah I*0��������� ������W ���������Wm1^^ from'the waVbothun"'  Columbia tor the last time, for after i?1* with her. She is atte ding; school  leaving here it will be taken to the,in  Bellingham.    .  ,     tuuimS school  Dominion  archives   at   Ottawa,   cer, I   . Miss Catherwood from. Mission Cifv  Lam trophes retained andthe remain-1ViSitecl in Abbotsford last week  der  distributed   to  all parts  of  the i    ..fiss Graham spent last week end  I u ,^'' lhe Sentlemen's first and  Mrs. Williams and Mr. Victor Eby received, the consolation prizes,    /.bout  n^MWafnC,������llG?tec1, St* Valentine's  night wiJ] be.the next drive. <  Mrs Robertson attended as a delegate the Missionary convention held  in New Westminster Wednesday and  Thursday., J  Gunner Willie  on the Olymphic.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Thome   (Mrs.  Holl-  ingworth's father and mother)   have  J gone to welcome their two' sons' who  It. C.  Farmers' Piiono-  Distancc���������'.Mi.  Lony  -One short, one long, one short  J<) M���������Residence 1'Iione  Dominion-.-, The exhibition was shown  throughout the United States last  year and had a big part in arousing-  enthusiasm ou behalf of the Allies-in  that country. Such wide attention did  the exhibit attract that in response  to insistent .requests from all .parts  of Canada it was decided to  across  Canada,     ="������������������  v.ith the Bby's and Miss Urquhart.  ���������    MI������0rT i VVa8 h������me last weeke������*  Miss Le    Fave    from    Vancouver  Sr"  day  ,aSt W6ek    ���������    *������  The Red Cross Sooietv of Abbots-  arcs ,  ftd  "��������� ."-  ShWuTikst   week   of  sen" 'M,.&,VP ?U113P01 Pyjamas and forty-  -     showing it  at 6no  ������ HI Vavr 0t- SOcks*  Place in .each province so that Can-  hJh: .V.IgglIls  oi:  Vancouver    has  Mat  ���������squi Council  "somewhere"   in   the  Fiji  Considerable potty larceny  The regular meeting of the council  of the corporation of Matsqui was  held in the municipal hall on Satur  day.. The reeve and council were all  present except Coun. Aish, who according to a letter reccslvcd from him  is   at   present     picking     pineapples  Islands.  .  , .-        .,- ���������  -- ���������'.Jias boon-  , taking  place   nsre  lately.' Geo.   Sal-  chell reported having two pigs stolen  Harry Fowjds has lost a set of' harness in the same way. It is 'said the  thieves have also visited John Denis-  son and carried off many things, but  nothing o{. much  value,  because "of  this   law^breaking.   almost   Lhe ' first  business  taken  up  was the appointment of magistrates and constables.  T.lios.   I/ejiman   was  Kppointecl ' to  act   as   constable   for" Mt. ' Lehman,  Ollie Sorendson constable for Matsqui. A. E. Gladhill constable fon Al-  dergroye. Chats.  Christianson of Gifford was appointed police magistrate  Geo.   Satchcll   and   Phili     Jackman  with Reeve     McCallum as chairman  aie   the   police   commissioner*},   and  all   are   determined   to   quickly   end  these robberies. The pay of the constables was set at $4 per day for any  day  exceeding  live  hours,   less  than  five  hours  will   be  considered  as  a  If   dav    Touders   as   ,'oJJ������hvm   wtu-e!  .1919 was received; as this was the  same amount as in 1918 it was  granted with little discussion. The  Bank of Montreal notified the council  that a note cf the municipality drawn  July 6th, 1918, for $6,000 had been  .paid. Mrs. Auburn of tho Bradn^r  Red Crossf wrote thanking the council for assistance given that unH-  A resolution , forwarded bv"'th*������  Vancouver council, urging for the de^  porlation of. onemy aliens, w^'^ad  and endorsed  by rebuilt tioV'A' "  Place in .each province so that Can-  hJ      ��������� .V.IgglIls  oj: Vancouver    has  adiansshouldhave an  oportunity of I     M���������������ns with Ml-S- B. B,' Smith,  seeing many of the war trophies won ' Tll   't    }������mas fncl    Ma*ter    Clyde  by their-troous and snmo ,~.e <-i,��������� ���������.,���������    i: omas-    l^ve    been    visitine-    Wrc  by their :troops and some of the pho  tographsj of their own boys in action.  The display is recognized as one of  the most remarkable exhibits ever  collected.^U takes fivo big. freight  cars to move and when set ������������������" -J- "  ������������verage person_.ca^ -Q-t t     ������ lif  linrlpv miv-'-',' iut>p^Lt     lt  - , ---^ ^33 than .five hours. The  "���������opines i;augo from a Boche airplane  orought Sown in Flanders,   to    Ger-  ^IL^-r^ine''aiifci-tanK Sima; how-  it/eis, small arms, trench clubs, used  p.Hinioauou   waav received' from   M"  .^air' and   Graham   asking  leave  to  construct a skid road alongside    the  Aberdeen road, near. l]it> G.N. tracks*  permission was granted as   requested.  Wm. Taylor of    Abotsford    wa������������  appointed to act as engineer- cf tho  municipality   for   X BTifJ  'under   the  j-'ifaho-i and Watercourses Act. Clerk  Lox'-puvre  was  reappointed  clerk  e/f  tlie  municipality, for  li>n>(  An "application   fbp. this position had   been  received from a-returned soldier and  the council went on record as beinff  com     by the Germans, for killing wouudaa I ^as  been  blJL-ued' -fbr' repairs   to  the'*Hunting  P.     '  K.  clon  road:  Ranas $27-' and XV  iq   cqhrrac!   was-  a,t meeting of the Matsqui ^ricuT 11d f < i Sr0uml and acIver  ���������ural Association it was drJlded to ' S l0!; enflers for ^ extension  .old   a   fair     this Vnmtno  t ���������L .1 i 0,le, ���������ll-known  resident  sent   in  .  Welch $327, .7os.  M. Baines ?249.  ���������j'.iq cpnrrac; way- iiwardsd' to Mr,  ilalnea. The i'oliovving' grants for  road repairs was authorized: Clay-  bum-Abbotsford mill road $7;~, the  Downs road 315 0; to grade the hill  OV the Rurgof-5 rorul ������ ICTO. At tho  I  t  hold   a   fair     this   coming   summer,  with this in view a delegation wait-  prl pr, tho <"ourif:i}, wijlj a list uf i;n-  l*i*ovtimonts and repair's tiiat are necessary to be made these include the  piowing and seeding of grounds, repairs to sheds and the erection of an  addition   to   the  present  hall.     The  j4������.|uga!iuij   yffj������-;ed'    Uj du-'(.i.e  ot-her  \Vt/rk providing    the council   would  undertake     to   construct     the   new  building.  The council agreed  to call  for tenders    for    this building,  the  tenders     to  be  opem-ri     Feb.   jritlj.  .���������3jveciticar.iqi.tb will-'be"pouted at, Mat.s-  , qiii,   Mt.   Lehman,   Gifford,   Brad ner  and  Abbotsford.       Reeve  McCallum  and  Coun.  Phinney were authorized  to open  tenders    and to award  the  ���������..ontrac);.   Uoun.   M.elanayr   wupj' authorized'    to    call    for   tenders'   for  stumping   and   grading  a   portin   of  the Ross  road.     The  1913     council  having ordered a number of. publicity, booklets,  Reoye  McCalUin/  drew  aCteiiiion to the fact that it  would  soon   be spring,  that if tliese books  were not placed in circulation soon;  much   of  their value would  be  loqt.  tt  was  decided     to  hold a    special  meeting     In   the   Reeve's     office  on  Thursday,  Feb.  Gth, in oder to have  t-fij--  work  completed  at once.  A  rs,  quest from the Matsqui school board  i'or an appropriation  of If 10,000  for  '     '  I  heartily in accord with |l\o pnlncipio  of employing r-eiurned soldiers where  ever a vacancy existed,' but they did  not believe it would be fair to dismiss an efficient employee of Mr Lo  Feuvre's age, without any cause, except to create an opening.  The clerk was instructed to wrj'e  (���������he B. C. E. R, drawing aitenLion to  the unsafe condition' of "the freight  platform at Gifford, also to the facl  that the company had promised to  repair this p.iaU'of-m three years ago.  ���������aunie t Inio ago a number of rcsi-  denls of this municipality petitioned  tiie Postofiice department for an extension of the rural. irif!.il delivery.  TIl������ P- Q. department"sent an iu-  spectdr over the ground and adver  I men, with a complete    collection of  fceriuan trench mortars and maciiine  guns. A leading exhibit is one'of the  latest submarine torpedoes,  2 4  feet  Jong and capable of- a speed  of 40  ���������mots an hour for a distance of three  m-le-3. There is a heavy Prussian howitzer captured by the Germans ou the  eastern front and recaptured by Uip  Canadians on the western.front. Remains of Zeppiins    and many otner  interesting exhibits are included  Probably the most interesung  _ tender   which,   if   accepted,     wo'iild  i'-.jl.Y.S WW h.hu *a'.ab'a trip; a trip Is  I Vi S* niiles with about a score of deliveries en route. The P.  O.  department replied that they were unable  to establish this route as the tenders  were excessive.  This  reply wasj yery  free]y criticised by ihe-counclf^Coun.  i'lunney remarked "Is it any wonder  that a  Bolsheviki  sentiment    exists  when the Dominion government will  ask a man to perform the d,u!io3 o.t'  this task for lesa .than .f 3.20 a Vri'j. V,;  Tlio couiici) are' enpecially interested  as the proposed route passes the municipal hall .  The council decided to change the  day of its regular meeting, fr-tjiu the  Ili'i3f Sitiui-uay to tlie'first Monday'of  each month. ���������'  The court of revision for this municipality will hold its first meeting  in the iiiunicipal hall on Ba'turday,  Marcti S at 10 a.rnl Expenditures amounting to about .$3,000 were passed  and ordered paid; these included  over $2700 expenditures on bejntli' of  sehppl;*;. A by law empoweviiig the municipality to borrow .fo.OOO from the  Bank of Montreal received its final  reading.  Miss Agnes Gillen  Revelstoke to teach.  has   gone    to  Lure   of   this   remarkable   exhibition  ���������vi'l   be the  snowing  of a saries  of  1l*K Pliotogvaphs showing all phases  or. Canadian army life at the front.  These pictures are all life siio, one  one of them being,the largest photograph in the world, 12x20 feet. They  v.-ero  taken  on  the  battle  field and  | show the men following the barrage,  f going  -over the- top," storming uu  Vimy Ridge,    in  trench  life, at the  base, in tho hospitals and in the other  /situations of life at the front. Some  orthe photographers engaged in taking these pictures  were  killed,    for  j they   were     (lirecLly   under   fire   but  j {\\ey succeeded in taking some wou-  j deriul pictures. One can see the in- j  j tense look on the faces of the Qaii-  jadians in the charge and the actual  1 bunting of shells, in the near vicin-  j.ity of the photographers. In fact it is  jgeneraily admitted that no finer pic-  turc-s'   of  warfare     have     ever  been  taken anywhere. All  being life size,  the smallest  detail     is   brought  our  clearly.  T'.;c i-uivrga to see this splendid exhibition, "which  is  a  monument  to  Canadian  heroism,     is  25  cents  for  adults and 10 cents for chiklr.m. The  entire  gross   rf-icrtipLs     afe  given   by  .the gc^Oiiuiiitmt to'the War Memorial  f'^iiul and Red Cross work. The government defrays all expenses of tho  exhibit but the advertising    and the  housing'or the display. That a������������ to be  defrayed by ';lic lucality in''which tho  exhibition "it- shown.   It is estimated  that it will require .fo.OOO ��������� to advertise and house it in Vancouver. Thi*--.  money is being defrayed  by popular  subscription   ftmong. the   Vancouver  business, men. As an educational feature tlie exhibit will have a far reaching effect and  for  this  reason  it  is  desirable that    as. many persons as  possible shall    see it, especially    as  this province is the last in which the  exhibit  will ever be seen.  Returned soldiers everywhere have  pronounced the o^uibit as p'rotravi'ig  liio at the front in its true Coio7s������  They state that those who have not  seen it cannot have any real conception of what life in France was dur-  -m , -     Dcen    visiting    Mrs  riiomas' mother at Bellingham.  Miss Florence McPheo spenta'cliv  at-homo last week.---  Miss_ciin������':;7ia'McP]lce and  Mlss  -lii*J-- - xaser were home last week end  also Mr. James Gillen.  Mr.   Bedlow   took a   dip   into   tho  lake on Monday afternoon.  Mrs. J. King returned home-last  week after a stay ..with, her-parents  in \aiicouver; She'-went-'down to  Vancouver to spend- Christmas and  nursing the flu ever since.  Mr. Vicker from Vancouver spent  iast week end with Mr. and Mrs. McMillan. Mr. Vicker was a friend of  the McMillan boy who was overseas  Me was inS outh Africa.  Mr. Young the fireman on th* a  I. and T. engine happened with a  serious accident last Thursday evon-  li'g wnen a cable broke str-.kuif him  on the head. Six stitches were required in his ear and nine in his head  Miss Vanetta of Aldergrova is vis-  Mr and Mrs. Lynden fieklon have  gone to White Rock to taka over the  hotel. They expect at least twenty  rooms at least to be ready shortly.   .  The dance given in Clayburn last  Friday night for the returned soldiers-  was a grand success, two of the Gross  boys have returned.  Miss Jean Kirkpatrick is homo'  rrom Vancouver after a severe attack  of flu.  The knitting club met at tho home  of Mrs, John McCallum last week The  club will soon have the oportunity of  taking up fancy work as the knitting  is druwing to a close.  Dr. Knight, government veterinary--  was.in  the district this week.  Mr. -Dan Winfon was a visitor in  AbbotsTord  thia  week.  Mrs.   Wnro  spent  a   Tew   days   in '  Vancouver this week.  Mr. Wagstan: moved his family to  Vancouver this week.    Ho is still at .  Bradner.  Mr. M. Ware Copelaud is again visiting in Abbotsford.  '   The XV; C. T. C.was unable to hold -  its meeting this week on account of  the president, Mrs. Tapp and others  being ill.  ��������� The Ladies' Aid met at the home or  Mrs. Mclnnis on Wednesday, with a  good attendance.  Mr. Dave Higginson has moved to  town from the' mill and is living in  Mr. James Higginson's house next to  the telephone office.  Mr. J. Vanetta for  Ring her brother  a tew days.  Word has been received from the  i I-Rll iainily at Armstrong saying th������y  were   all  settled   and   like   the  new  Place,   but  miss     their     Abbotsford  i fiends.  ���������   Mr. Ja.f.k Aikin is back fo Mr. 1]ill-  foul's again.  Mrs. Nicholson and Iter son M-  Nicholson of Mt. Lehman have been  visiting at Mr/John McPhee's.  Miss Naden has gone home to Chilliwack to nurse her sister Gortie who  has the flu,  Mrj Sanson has gone home to Burnaby on sick leave.  Miss   Simlett   does   not   expect   to  fake her school again until after Eas-  j ter.  j Mr. Frank Buker has gone to Van-  i couver, Wash., to accept a position.  ; The Woman's Auxiliary Whist  Drive last Friday night was quite a  ���������surprise to all to see such a crowd  There were seventeen tables of whist  besides others who did not play. Mrs  Vanetta won ladies' first prize.      Mr.  HEI) CKOSS STATISTICS  The year 1918 was a banner year  for the Red Cross Society   as shown  by the  following statistics compiled  by the local treasurer.  Cash   received    $1,162.02"  Expended on supplies, f  ellette, wool, etc   Cash to prisoners of war  Miscellaneous expenses  Cash on hand Dec. 31st.  Total  $1,162.92  Summary of Supplies Purchased  Flannelletfe 1328% yds  $384.07  Wool. J 91  lbs    413.65  Buttons, needles, tread       7.10  Ian-     806.82  1  132.00  41.83  ....  182.27  Total    $800.82  Summary, of Supplies Made  Up  (Exclusive of Christmas Boxes)  4 24 pair Socks, 193 pair pyjamas,  17  pair French Caps,     7    Stretcher  Caps  67  Hoapital  Boots,  3  Hospital  Shirla, S  Hot Water Bottle cases.  Pte. Welis, of Mat!-qui, wa.5 one of  thfl return-Mi foU'lers on the Empress  of Atiin last week.  THE GREATEST SHOWING OF  Girls Dependable Sehoo  .IN ABBOTSFORD  '     Tliese Bopis are direct from t^ Eastern Manufacturer���������-  A late that has proven diutugj the past years to be second  to none, so that I ha,YQ ho compunction in saying  "SATISFACTION OR I OUR MONEiMUCK"  Ovvin& to my past business relationship in the East I  nS^4v^T������^C^0TO the ^ufecturer and for Cash,  i HEREBY FIIIST OF ALL giving you a class of Mer-  chandiPg only shown in the larger places and  ''have^o0^' ^ COnsiderable- lower.price' than other stores  We are all from "Missiouri"���������so let me "SHOW YOU "  Yrt^t Rnt>ALLr ?r?leS P Illfants'< Child's, Little Gents'  io.vuas, Boys and Misses',  T?      "?  fi������  Canada Food Board Licence No. S-19707 PAGE TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  THE ABBOTSFORD POSrT  Published Every Friday,- ."  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7  10.19..  ^AtoST.'fflliTft*..*!-  'm*M.L..m.m*.i.m~.t.  ���������rvxrr~.  How wonderfully wrong things are these days! ! ! , ;  The editor of this paper is not out to reform any one of  these wrongs.    Hut supposing he was,'where would he"..start?:...  Now don't be sarcastic'  You know just-what yon thought right there was not the  right, thing for you to l.hink. How dould ou like to have had  the editor 'iVmk the same about you?    ' ���������  UeL'oro deciding where to start, one would have to find out  whiciMs the most \irgont, and here a mistake would or might  bo fatal���������the allotted span' of life is'only three score and ten or  at the most four score.  Just to mention some���������a very few places where reform is  needed.    More we start���������Wait a bit���������  The most important should come first���������which one is the  most important to the welfare of man and woman���������the human  race. Tlie war is over,' and the men who fought the war for  US is we think the man who should, receive from us the first  and important attention. We did not mean that the soldier  needs reforming, but there are things that do need reforming,  for him so that ho will get his reward���������his .just-reward���������for the  endurance and moments���������more" 'probably hours���������of agony he  has suffered on or off the battle field.    Now are we not right?  I'erc .again we are in a quandry. Where will we. start to  reform \hings for him���������in doing so we shall most probably,do  a little good for ourselves. - JLiut whom shall, or what shall we  tackle first? '"���������*"'  ""-There "are many things  that do not suit the new era of  the present dawn.    We see trouble everywhere. "  ];.vt after mature consideration the editor of this paper has  come to the conclusion that, the very first���������and we have not arrived at a hasty decision���������would be to start at the Honest John  Oliver government and the only way to reform that great and  jumped up mixture of goodness, badness, fcpojied good intentions  faultfinding of iormer governments, braggadoccib, love-of'the  sound of one's own voice., self advertisement,-etc., etc.,'etc.', etc.;  would be to turn them out into the cr-id and-try something-else..  Now, we know there,are somo w>io will not agree* with 'us,  but when all is said and done, there area whole lot on our side  NOW. " ���������  HOW   TO   GE-T   T.HB   BONUS.  There surely must be some method  oi' yetting out of the government a  little ready money to pay the balance  of the war bonus (about $1,200) due  to each .and every civil servant. Getting a little easy money fro in the government is really the national game  once capitalists gave to lacrosse its  quietus by paying the players more  than they could spend. Various  means have been contrived by the  Federation to establish the claims of  their constituents in all parts of Canada. Careful consideration (that has  a familar ring), however, discloses  the fact that all the avenues to tho  desired bonus have not been traversed. The Federation has overlooked  one important fact; viz., that the  members of the government are human beings after all. During the war  the government gave notice that as  soon r.s peace was declared every  male and female citizen was to be  born again, like Nicotic m us, and that  Canada's national emblem was to bo  embossed upon a statue of Truth exalted upon a pedestal of lofty Altruism. No more would a man covet his  neighbor's or or his ass or his wife,  and of course women are expected  to reciprocate the abnegations of the  man. But tho government has cancelled this Order-in-council. Something is going to be promoted and every  body should, try to get in on the  ground flour.���������Civil Service Federation.  is also the necessity for genuino saving to make good the destruction of  capital during the war. ._       . .  It is the recognition of similar fun-  damentarconditions that has led to  the adoption, of the Canadian War  Savings* Plan'. Through War Savings  Stamps and Thrift" Stamps It gathers  up the dollars and the-2 5 cent p'ioces  paying Wi per ceiit: ._ compounded  half-yearly. ", _    .....       .:  Seed Importation Regulations  ItHALIZKS  XJ'JKO  OF  CONTINUING  TiIIUF  Great Britain realizes that the financial problems of the al'tor-fche-  v.-at period must be solved chiefly  through production "and saving. This  is to be seen in the recently published report of thot committee on the  prevision of /inanciai facilities for  trade after the war, appointed by the  Chancellor of the Exchequer and the  Minister   of   Rfecor.struction,  The committee express the omphalic opinion that the primary factor  in. repairing the wastage of capital  caued by the war lies .mainly in increased production and actual saving  The very large extent to which expansion has.take place is shewn by  the fact that whereas tlie total de-  po.'iits at the banks of the United  Kingdom, exclusive of the Bank of  England, amounted at the end of  li)i;-; to ������1,070,000.000.'The amount  of deposits is now nearly ������2,000;-  000,000. The enormously increasing  puro'ir.sing power thuo created has,  in fro committee's-opinion, boon on������.  of the main factory contributing in  the  general  raise in  prices.  The enormous potential increase  in the number of small Investors as  shown by the figures published by  the'National War Savings Committee  and the importance of the encouragement of tiiis tendency for the rapid  reconversion ot trade and industry,  are emphasized by the committee, as  Canadian farmers and gardeners are  protected from the evils of planting  inferior seeds of many kinds of crops  impelled from other countries' By  ���������an order-in-council that came into  effect in .the autumn importation is  prohibited of unfit -seed of clovers,  grasses, vetches, rape, other forage  plants,, field roots and garden vegetable?* in lot3 of ten pounds-or-more.  In Pamphlet .S-12- of- - the Seed  Branch of the Department of Agriculture at Ottawa, and obtainable  from the Publications Branch, unfit  seed is described as-that which., does  not comply with the Seed Control act  requirements respecting the sale of  seed In Canada, or if.,it has been refused admittance into any other coun  try on. account of low vitality.  Tlie regulations will be carried out  through the Cm?loin's officials who  are required to take and ferv/ard to  the Dominion (iSoed Laboratory for  examination samples of lots of.seeds  of the classes named entered for consumption in Canada. ..Seed that..has  arrived ,in Canada and .found .to be  unfit -shall be deported under Cus-  tome supervision. ' The penalty for  failing to comply with these regulations is $500 for the first ocencc  and not exceeding $1,000 forlhe second and each subiiSfjuent offense.  Huntingdon  '    The board of management,  of    St.  Paul's ��������� church,/il'untingilon,  lias  an  increasing difficulty' in .'finding elders  to,.manage Its business."1''in'the past  few- years-ib has lost in' succession by  renioval- Messrs MunroV-'McGiilivray,  Hunfeiv.Pratt aiuf'.Slunnor. ��������� For tun- ,  ateiy some.-.pf the younger members-;  are'.,considered to'be old enough    to,  assume responsibility and Mr. Sidney j  Skinner with Mr.   l-iector Tapp, who,!  .will act as. secretary, were-chosen to',  fill the two vacancies this year.- These j  with Mr. F. J. Tapp and Mr. W. Ow-I  ens constitute the  board  for  1910.   .j  The Ladies' Aid made an unusual j  report-at their annual meeting svhenj  it  was shown that    twenty    dollars  more had been collected in 191b than ,  in previous years.      Mrs. 11.  Laxton  was re-elected secretary    and    Mrs.  Fraser president.  The Sumas Farmer's Institute has  a hard struggle for existence these  clays dalrymens' and dyking men's association seem to absorb all the social  energy of the farmers. .There is a  strong determination among a few  progressives to koep the organization  alive until better times arrive. A now,  secretary is in charge, Mr. T. Greon-  ow, It. H. 2 Abbotsford. Mr. Angus  Campbell continues to hold the p.os-  ition oi chairman and no better could'  be found.  Wild geese' passed over tlpo dis  i.rict on Sunday afternoon ' and ���������  heavy rifle lire was opened up on the  approaching fleet. The birds were Hying high from Sumas Lako in. a westerly direction. .Largo numbers of  ducks can now be seen onJJic Hooded  ���������meadows between Clayburn anncl St.  .���������Nicholas, and at other poinls.  .Dr. Dalton, across the line in Sumas, Wash., has still 100 tons of peas \  unsold.,A number of those who could  have sold at '.NO per ton held out for  $150 and it* is very doubtful now if  they can get the $14 0 originally of-  ���������fe'red. In.the year .19 1.7 several cars  of peas were imported into the province, but'in 1918.few, if any, found  their way into British Columbia mar-  'kets from Sumas. .  ; Gunner Willie Brown was the only  local man to get home on the Olympic. Pie has recovered full health.  Dr. Knight, government veterinary inspector, is going through the  valley testing, cattle for tuberculosis.  ' ' The free ��������� importation ��������� of cattle  ceases on Feb'. 7, and several cattlemen are hastening over herds of  young stock-before the duty is again  imposed.* The export license from the  U *S: government is no" longer required. - -.---������������������      '     _;   .  The infant daughter of Mr."'and  Mrs. Kingsworth was buried on Wednesday at the-Musselwaite cemetery,  the Rev. T. E. Rowe officiating, The  baby had been ailing for some time  and the parents feel keenly the loss  of the little'one on'whom so'much  care had been bestowed.  Mr. C. E.:,Farr of Gifford has been  lookin?; over this section of the country for a farm* and has finally taken  the Munro place on the Vye road. Mr.  A. Munro expects to return to his' own  place on the hill when'he leave's thi.-  of his brother's. "  Mrs. Patterson has resigned ' the  position' of teacher * at "the Mussel-  waite school and intends to teach in  town. The resignation was accepted  at a meeting of the school board en  Tuesday evening at the Municipal  hail. Mrs. Patterson has just recovered from- an attack' of infiuena and  is nursing a sister through tlie same  trouble.      Miss    England, who    has  mwfcmiwsBB  A telephone !'cut-oiT,', as it is called, may be due to the  temporary disarrangement of signal .'mechanism at the  switchboard, or just-a plain human mistake by an operator  at "Central'- or at a branch exchange board.  In either event, it is a- source oi' no less regret to the  operator, than disturbance to the persons talking. And the  connection may be re-established'with maximum promptness if tlie person who was called will hang up the receiver  while the person who called works his receiver-hook  slowly up and down, advising the .operator what has ocr  curred and .considerately furnishing her' with such information as she may require.  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  cetyiene  xy-  Welding  Our up-to-date Machine Shop  and Weldingr.Plant gives ' us the  advantage of  making difficult re  pairs  the  to  on tho premises, saving  can;fc r,v.������iij'������5'  come to,us we    fi%~'  p*~  full  Of  Accassories  Aflways    on  Ifaivd    ���������  expense 'and delay' by" sending  town.    We wold metals of all  ��������� kinds.      Bring your broken machinery to us,  we will    save    you  ��������� money.  Our stock of Ford parts and accessories is large. We also sell  CLrevolet and Gray Dort gaskets,  Fan  Bolts,  etc.  When your car goes , wrong.  Don't wolk. Ring- up Mission  G-nr-ge.  ������rRJKF3 air  XttlES  igBXtua&ZSSfZ  mu.im.t.uiiiranf''���������" ���������"- mif-un  "ST  ?*3������  L*isO<  /\,rp.Uard  Mr.    McLaughlin,'   of    Vancouver,  spent Sunday in Mission City.  (rir.V.ii.iioJ -M'.v. 'COO'  (ilui i/.ijd���������Ji!ii:.iry. 1017.)  4 SO HASTINGS Street, \V.  (Over .C.P.K..  Tick.   & Tel.   Offices)  VANCOUVER. - K.C.  It is always well to write or phone  .for  appoint'iienta  .vHlii^vsSrt:  Agtsrits   for  Famous  Mi������heliE  Tire  V'������  Vt :.cdol\-*jak Blk.  ?.ijsu;*a City       ���������  ���������u������!"-lrT5  ''���������"i!l>.  * c t  n:m\uft>lliit  V^f'**,'l^*>'^'-'*' *** '"* <���������*���������'*****'  11CH  Ml-  rmv&h. S!<3MA5���������..  f:u>;i���������  a *  !<���������-  \Cu������t*&&Jttf  P.O. ofVV.-.li:h-  "eod ijy-  ' ft  f**eportod by-  Passed by ���������  l.03;s'J by���������,  Sy.lem-__j7f-_   _  omV-   2,' e/f -l$~  _:���������.ji: r .i,'.,..^-.-.^.  Tirr.e��������� '   * /���������**?/������ 6 '  ( :  r ������������������   '<&#iH-  :&wt  - -^J%������  'inteib'jitiid..,&*&< ���������Jf*w?;  6i ��������� - -   ��������������������������� -  ik&>  (wwy ������������������  \l On the claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  | newspaper advertising, a, good many unnecessary adver-  Ij Using schemes are sold to business men.  I j   '      The plans for buying are usually made in the home at  ��������� the warm fireside, not when the family is on an amuse-.J  |j- iiient jaunt,  Supplementary advertising includes   all   advertising  outside'of newspaper advertising.  been substituting for Mrs. Patterson  irt-lil return to Vancouver on Friday.  Ai. the same meeting of the school  board Dr. Swift was reappointed medical .health inspector for the school  district.  At iTO/m.  4Sla. i'U.- '  "She's giving a very elabpvate party.-"  ' Gotten up solely on my account."  /'I thought you two were on the  outs".  I   We are.    And that's    the   reason  she got up the 'pariy.*''  pii .TUCTnTi fan umii^Tjpii^^M^  LH.; JONES  Funeral Director  AGENT   FOR   HEADSTONES  Phone Connection. Mission City  il  4  ���������������������  .v.'S  M  M PACE SIX  THE  AKgOTSFQUD  POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  C.  W-TOi*.  *������KZ  u^<cumlymil,**t**mwr**+mmmv*m  7i������^<:rzi*7tf2������}^jx.-zzzz&^>^^������3z:-  tmtMnir *riap4fct-*r*'aimxt j**^"^;*^*'*' ^f-^������eoa^x%Mjr-0^m 'W3V^*������i*$mvmn*jp*<xV4i  ���������c^i^r-^roij^ru^vuftsuf wiSiruMryi  ^3jrj^rr*.iKK-MizM.xrmzrtr*-^���������*v**tzrictt-*Mrz*;  ���������������������������jrji-B-^-yrvv^jwwrt***-j<**-r. i-M^v.w.iawtr������* wwatiw:  iiiai ^i -|-^rpii*������^rrTrf  ^rcgi'arrtwCTaagi:  PLEASE' TAKE NOT1C.F.  Wit-))  istor  Market  oses  ���������c  I������ ������-  p.ra.- T.  lur  sd  ������?  lay������  In accordance with the "13. C. Early Closing Act"  ' C. A. SUMNER, Prop.  '   License No. V-lWlli  r.mrr.virg-������m������T>..  resaMfiE izncsacsstrccirsa:  K.liiAVAYS A'KKKI)  OUIl   I'ltO.S.WMUTY  The railway, or railways in your  town profit by your prosperity, and  lose with your losses. Understand  that clearly.  9SEOII3 3HM������lgJHlmi<Jlw������gHltM������������Ma.iw������.ir������BMn  CAUGHT 1'X Tli'K ACT  You Mr, Businessman, mean much  more to a railway as a successful  importer and. exporter)' than as a  mere consumer of goods. More and  more railway men, once mere acolytes to the i-iigh Priest of the Fiery  Chariot, are learning tiiis lesson;  that the public's prosperity is their  prosperity.  Let the Public learn it too.  The public, be it remembered, is  no easy person (o get on with. Any  man who keeps a store, any manufacturer or jobber who endeavors io  cater to public taste, knows the dilii-  culties of pleasing all the people all  the time. But he knows ,foo the im-  poriance of approximating that condition.  Lot him remember this when (hs  posiiion changes and he becomes one  of the railway Public. If, when that  is the case his necessities,are not approximate to general necessities ho,  the genera] public, is -bound to be  disappointed. .Railway service like all  other public service would soon fall  into disorder, if it attempted to meet  the .public on any other basis than  aproximation.  There  is  no  one as  deeply interested and involved in the welfare of  the public of Canada as the railway  companies.. Unlike   the   farmer  who  gets a better price when the wheat  crop  fails and  wheat  is  scarce,  the  railway suffers from a bad crop without any compensating consideration.  Unlike  the  banker,   who   may profit  by the greater necessities of the people;   unlike  tho   doctor,   the   lawyer,  the merchant,  the artist or the barber, who fix their "wages" by the lav.*  of Supply and  Demand���������who charge  more when they /ind a great demand  and less  when the demand slackens  ���������the  railway  is  concerned   only   in  promoting a greater volume of business?  It  loses where    the manufacturer .selling goods to the farmer does  not lose, for the buying power of the  manufacturer's     market  even    in  a  year of poor crops, is repaid to some  extent by the better prices the harvest  brings.  So with pulpwood and ore, oil or  coal, merchandise or building stone.  The enhancement of prices cannot relieve the railway of loss as it may the  individual producer. The railway's  prosperity, like the general prosperity of the country depends on the  volume of trade; the more, aiul tlie  higher class, the better.  Cu'vam   the  Kniayr  Valley  Rcoord)  It ii. generally' understood that  cash registers were invented to protect '..he employer's Interest in all  monetary matters, and once one was  Jm-ta.lcd in his place of business lie  felt quite confident that he was getting full returns for all goods sold.  Still there have been instances where  clerks have become proficient enough  to manipulate the keys to the tune of  '.'This house will soon be mine."  But generally speaking, a cash register was considered an acquisition  to any business house, especially  when the "Boss" bought'it with that  understanding that it was a law-abiding machine and not given to trifling.  But alas for the frailty of human  nature when  it comes to  concentrating, its hopes and ambitions on machinery or any other thing 'for that  matter.    Take for instance the.case  of a  business man,  whose abode    is  not many miles from the Record office.     Tlie other day he had occasion  fo 'remove the cash' drawer from his  register and oii putting it bai;k found  it did  not fit properly.    Further examination disclosed tho fact "that four  one dollar bills, fwp twos, and cheque  dated 1915 were ensconsed in    l*ack  of the register.  Now the question is, was the register trying to "hold out" on our philanthropic friend or just jnerely acting as a self-appointed safety deposit  box?  Our sporting editor thinks that after making such a lucky find "Bert"  should be magnanimous enough to  lower the H. C. of smoking tobacco  or chocolates.  .jr "1   mi\rrZEfattimn ��������� ,|.-'~'"~viu-ir*nwTrfr'--r  1>tZ"WWV  Pi  V  ������  t^&k*?,  ��������� ;.'���������:���������-..������������������;���������' ��������� <*���������.'������������������.���������������,wv������".'*-> -'������������������������������������ ��������� ������������������*��������� ���������.-���������'��������� & i'i  i  .1  ��������� f^Mi ���������  ���������-  $   - fc-f-S  j':f:.;;'!$!  A 11RALTHFUL' STANDARD  .OF LIVING  Tho first requisites with us, 'are  quality, purity, (freshness. We cat-.v  to those who insist on a healthful,  standard of living: The' best fed people are tho happiest anril most robust.  No trouble for you to bo among the  number.  Use LKE'S FKUSn. GHOCRItlES.  LUciibo  No.  8-28538  \.  *<?������������������"'/  Licenue   No.  -1038  ALBERT , LEE,   GreGc'r   and.' Ba&er  ',}.] -Wifo**ri**tiJ**i**ii  -..JS        **���������**^  WSSSC^^mf^^miavmss'^sa^  ���������gjZB&m^^iwPnjtf^  See me now about that Insurance  o  :::W������^^V'^'1':; * ^  ������^.v..>.-.:w:wxv.^::i>-*WiS    K^'vc*;    ���������".     {4 ��������� ���������  a ,:,:;��������� ::':;:'::��������� -,&��������� ^Mt-&>&< UV". ':;*���������  WHAT  WOUJj!)  YOU DO?  Ye editor is,in a dilemma (Nothliijf  unusual).    He is wondering if he appears o nthe street will he be arrested as a German spy, or should he apply to his friend Honest John for a  permit to smoke his newly acquired  German  pipe,  which  ho received  on  Wednesday through the mails direct  :';*i*it:i i:-.'.<mi*-'ny wiih the compliments  of Private Dud Bryant.  "j&IAJOTt R.  IIUIS!>!<], 7(1. 1j. A.  ys'ho will itiake !������Ls niaidcn speech at  Vit'toriu. ihi������ ive������k a������ a membei* of  UiC local legislature.  Mr. J. A. Grant, the prairie mar-  ke(:'j jcommissioner, will address a  meeting of tire e'-'/jWfcrfi in Mission on !  Tuesday nert. All should cume out  to hear him. He has the right ideas  on many of the questions that interest the growers. You may not agree  Avith all but this is a good opportunity to get his view point and learn.  P  LL-������  \-S 9  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  Abbotsford  Pte. E. Poole, one of Abbotsford's  v/ar veterans, accompanied Mr. J.  Copping on a business trip through  the district last week.  Li  Tho ladies of the Mt. Lehman Red  Cross Society have collected in their  district $191, and have given from  their Red Cross funds $109, making  a total .of $300 for tho provincial  Red Cress Drive.  The Mission boys play the Matsqui  team  an  exhibition  game  of  basket i date the aid executors will  proceed  fii the Matter of the Estate of -John  SfoMwen, Deceased.  NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  given  that |  all persona haying any claim or demand against the estate of the above j  .named deceased, late of Abbotsford, j JH  in tho Province of British Columbia,  who died on the 9th day of November  1928, are required to send in particulars of their claims,' properly verified, to James  Adam McGowan and  John Franklin Boyd, executors of the  will of said  deceased,  addressed   to  the  said James  Adam McGowan,  at  Abbotsford, B.  C, on or before the  20th day of March, 1919, after which  THE MAN WHO THINKS HE CAN  reach the farmers worth reaching in this  part of the Fraser Valley without advertising in this paper is���������mistaken.  Every Farmer who is worth while and has  money to spend is a subscriber to this  family journal,  ball at the rink on Friday night.  Their trip to Chilliwack last Saturday was postponed on account oi the  "flu".  Read Dr. Polard's advertisement in  this issuo.  China. New Year passed off    very  quietly in Mission City on Saturday.  at old  time '"Find'ay spirit'' was  1 coi^spicuous by Its absence.  to distribute and deal with the estate  having regard only to such claims as  shall have been received on the said  date. ���������" -" '"   '  Dated  this  30th   day of  January,  1919. --.-.  HARRIS,   BULL  &  MASON,  Solicitors for the Executors  f7-m22.  CIRCULATION���������alfnost every liome in Mission, Hat-  zic, Sjlyerdale, Matsqui and other points in the surrounding district:    2.5ff to 35^ an inch, column width.  '���������toiKMtm  nowpcafw  CX8.  ..A.   .^.ja-jstji.^-^���������ji. .^..o^^C ^U. ,g '.-J.  I      ������������������������������������������������������'^p-  sc*:  iewly rtmushe  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  vff  rougfiiy Modern  murphy, propriety:  HUNTINGDON, B   C.  saaEBasaacBHSEsrc  "���������������"tf  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months. ������������������'���������  Get thAm at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  VI* ft  ii  if! ,J  1 v .|  ���������ii  :,VJ  '111.  ;-;,iJ  '-'it  .n  HOME AGAIN���������And the llard.shij);; of the War Viu-tly Forgotten hi the excitement of ih*j      .''Welcome  Home.  fl  m  M  it.  HUI������MII!MIBIMai!IIMmM^

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