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The Abbotsford Post Feb 16, 1917

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 7  Vol. XIII., No. 17  M^SFOR^  <4Efo*8      ?1.00 per Year  Vol. I.  Our Goods are Lhc Best  .ravin;  Men's Tweed Pants, ?1.90, $2.25, ^.^and  a pair ��������� ��������� ������������������;.���������''  Boys' Short Pants, Sizes up to 61  At per pair $1.00, $1.25 and   Men's Overalls Blue, Black & Khaki .SI.2  Carhartt's Stripped Bib Overalls, pr SI.75  wjiats non*  A'!.' IIASUIO  Nui Comes Up To-Day  White Flannelette a yd, 15c, 20c and..  A new stock of crochet cotton Silkine Mercerized crochet cotton in white, etc., dome  fasteners etc.   ������^^i^kCotton Stockings, a pr  Ladies Summer Vests a pair 25c and  Itcv Mr Bruce of Korisdale will  conduct services in tho Presbyterian  church on Sunday.  Many voting people enjoyed a very  pleasant "evening at tho home of Miss  Annie MclMieo when a surprise was  given her. The young people enjoyed games.  Miss Vivian 1'ocle was given a nice,  evening by a ..number of her young j  'friends at her homo hist Friday ev-j  en ing.       '       '���������'���������' ��������� |  Mrs Boyd attended the bazaar a.  Vancouver of the Women's ^ Auxiliary  on Tuesday.    , . .'    '  ���������    Arni,  Mr.s "Swift was a visitor in Vancouver on Tuesday.  Don't forget the Ladies Aid concert  on February Friday 2 3 in the Alexander hall. ,,   . ,  The ladies Aid will hold their next  meeting on February 2Sth a,' Uic  home of Mrs. Fraser. They are i/sc  forgetting their usual entertainment  on St. Patrick's Day to be given on  March' 16th Further particulars will  be given later. ;  Mrs. H. Alanson is visiting.in Vancouver this week.  A very sociable evening was  spent iiL-ine whist drive an.L  crib-lournamcut on Thursday  evening in aid of. the Returned  Soldiers1 Association, in Fos-  sett'B .nail. Miss Kent and Mr.  V biinrtgreii were very proud to  be awarded the prizes for gamine- most number of points dur-  in"- the evening. These sociable  evenings will be conducted on  Wednesday evenings in mture.  Bugler F. Fossett,of the 104th  battalion,.spent last week end  at the home of his parents, .Mr.  and Mrs. II. Fossett.   "  Mrs. Ware, with her son, GUI- j  ford, spent a few days with her  sister, Mrs. Redmond.  Miss Grace Featherstone, of  Westminster, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. Madill.  Waut_d"morc  correspondence     a-  round   town   and   from   the  outside  The case of Mr. Gordon Vander, of  Poardonvillc, comes up on Saturday  morning at the court house, Abbotsford at 11 o'clock and should provide  enough excitement for a day or two.  Mr Vander was arrested on Tuesday evening by the local police assisted by Mr. A. Harrop and'at the preliminary trial on Wednesday was remanded until this Saturday.  He was allowed out on bail on  Thursday placed at ?4000-?2000 tor  himself and $1000 each on two bonds  given by Mr. Sam Campbell and Mrs.  A The young lady in question is about  liftoen years of age.  Considerable work is being done to,  the roads leading out of Ahbofstord, points.,   north, east south and west. ,   ,  ^   Liveraag0 ot clayburn is raft- J "^ ^^ rathor    than    econ  lisv a set of 0 volumes of Rodpath s-, .   ^ _o,iOQ_.tv.  and w\  History at 23^ a ticket.  What is the most'dangerous kind  of an assassin? The man who takes  life cheerfully. _  WANT .SPECIAL TOI/ICE  The fo'lowing resolution win aJop-  t,u bv 1-ls Matsqui Council on Saturday last in reference to Orientals:  "Whereas the presence of Asiatic  laborers in this province, duo'rather  Lo diplomatic relations    to    friendly  5^i^Fresir7Gro always   in   stock.  Golden Loaf Flour makes good Bread.  Our Price is lowest.  __        _..   . Among the visitors to the .town and j  35 C    |  stopping at. the Aobot.Lo. d i^to. aui -;  ing   the   past   few   days   sveie  ^  srs H   W   Kleinfeller Seattle;   l������.  J.  Kelleway, Cloverdale and Wm. Burnett, Vancouver.,  Mr Walter Wells reports business  in his line good and he hopes to open an office in town shortly.  Gazley Block ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  Mrs.  Elect Officers at  The Annual Meeting  The MissioTcity Telephone  Company held their annual  r&eting on Monday last in the  Council Chambers with a good  attendance of shareholders  The new directors elected tor  the coming year were Mr. T. H.  Northcote, Mission and Mr H.  Hayton, Matsqui, Mr. J. A. Tup-  per, who served last year did  not wish to stand for director  again, and Mr. Hayton was reelected.  Mr. J- A. Catherwod was a-  gain elected president and Mr.  J A. Hargitt Secretary.  The directors or the coming  year are: Messrs T. H. Northcote, H. Hayton, J. A. Catherwood, JV'H. Lawrence and J. A.  Hargitt.  Melvin Crist who   has   been  acting as manager for the past  Mr B B Smith reports business as  good "considering the state of the  the time of year.  pemitted the full proceeds of  the matinee in the afternoon  and the evening programme to  be devoted to war purposes.  The children of the town had  a splendid free treat. Marguerite Clarke in my "Little Lady  Eileen" an Irish Fairy story  was greatly enjoyed. The children sang Patriotic songs between the reels of pictures. The  grown-ups only had to pay.  The same reels were shown  in the evening at    the    usual  price.  The total made for the War  Funds was $30.00.  Next!  Sumner says it will soon be summer.  ' Everybody remember the pancake  social on Shrove Tuesday at the home  of Mrs. J. F. Boyd.  "Wanted all ladies who can sew o.  knit to call for work either at U  home of Mrs. J. E. Parton or on I-������  days from two o'clock until five at the  Red Cross rooms.  The social held under the auspices  of the W C. T. U. on Tuesday evening  was a very enjoyable one The collection of $10.00 is to help meet the  deficit of the prohibition movement.  Mrs. Boyd served supper.  John H. Campbell of  Abbotsford has come to reside  in Mission until after the war  her husband being.now at the  front.  Up Dewdney Way  The new road boss or this  district has a large gang of men  and teams at repairing the  roads of this community.  Mr. W7. Smith spent the week  end with his parents Mr. and  Mrs. Sam Smith of this place.  A jolly crowd surprised Mr.  and Mrs. Tom Brearly and family last Friday. A good time  was enjoyed.  Mrs. Jim Riley left last Tuesday for Vancouver.     Mr. Riley  expects to leave soon for  city!  omic necessity; and whereas the said  Asiatic laborers1 speak an unknown  tongue making it impossible ror the  local rural authorities to adequately  them- Be it resolved by the Matsqui Council that the provincial government be hereby requested to provide special police to look after them  i as wards of the government.    A copy  of this resolution to be forwarded to  1 adjacent municipalities for endorsa-  tion.".  "lfl������Ml'ivi*>2r  REPETITION OF NAME  Conn Pliinney brought up at Matsqui Council the matter of two stations being named Matsqui, one on  the C P. R. and the other on the U  N r He pointed out that as these  Uvo stations are in different parts  of the municipality that great confusion resulted. Councillor Owens  suggested that both names be changed as there was a confusion in any  event as the municipality was design-  that | ed at Matsqui. The matter was laid  ever for consideration.  &5^_E_SS}3������^  WATER  NOTICE  Diversion and Use  TAKE   NOTICE  that   the  Abbotsford Timber and Trading Co., Limited  whose address is Abbotsford, B. C  will apply for-a licence to regulate  the level of the water of a lake on  part of Section 16 and 21, in Township 16, east of the Coast Meridian.  noting; as manager lor ine past.    The water wm be controlled by a  fpw months had his wages rais-|dam at the outlet of the lake to facil-  ed from $40 to $55 per month,    ������.at_ the floating of logs.  The new telephone directory  ...       i I���������~  ������������inf_  which Mr. Crist is having printed in Vancouver is not completed yet and he was unable to tell  the president what   the   exact  cost would be.  ������(  Charlie" Sets a  Pace For Others  (From the Eraser Valley Recordi  Others are sure to follow but  Mr Clias Robinson leads along  a certain line. On Tuesday evening he defrayed the expenses  of the moving picture show at  the Victor Theatre,   and   thus  itate the floating of logs  This notice was    posted    on    the  ground on the 10th day of January,  1917.  A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the  ���������'Water Act,  1914"  will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  New Westminster, B. C  !     Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Record-  'er, or with the Comptroller ot Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria  B  C, within thirty days after the  first apearance of this notice in a local newspaper.  The date of the first publication of  this notice is January 19th, .191 J.  ABBOTSFORD TIMBER AND  TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED  Applicant  Per J. F  .BOYD, Secretary.   ,.,, v^^.^^^_i^TL^_2_S322_S|  INVESTORS  tMt3SVSMttSmt  THOSE WHO, ���������  ������������ ��������� f^  IN SUMS  OF  $500, OR ANY MULTIPLE THEREOF  Principal repayable 1st Oc lobei  InlcrcKt. payable, half-yeariy.^^^'S in Canada) at  cheque (free, of exehange at a ���������uluc^ ^ ^ ^^  the rate of five per com pu ; u������u SUITCndcring  date security. ',_,!-.���������  Proceeds of this stock are for war purposes onl, ���������  A commission of on^er of one per ^^n  io recognize,! bond unc   alg������ ^k vhich bear their stamp.    ,.  respect of applications for this s o.l q[  For application forms apply  lo the Ueput>  Finance, Ottawa. (...  D_PARTM_NT OF FINANCE. OTTAWA  OCTOBER 7th, 1916.  tmmmsmBBBsmsmamBai  a  Kftf ,-' I'll  . !* 1  '��������� i. j  '���������')'>.'''  '.-I  )i;''.'/  THI_ ABBOTSFORD POST. ABBOTSFORD, B.; Ov  -,.r_-.v.t;.r..';i.^:- v- ���������?.:��������� '.���������->>.���������,'  , ,l_'.'. >.::.." n.  - r*^:3!___n_J  ���������':' ���������yv^iK. .i.AW^ .'!   _'.;;'',  .���������__irair_aa_iL-AM___a4__iiwj___K___a__a :,:,'/'..��������� ',i  1     J  5 "ii  3; J  IDS  i*  ���������;       -.    H _  '.-I     , 1.1 ...,  ;i.i-_-_| , -'-.���������ir.rc,..  (���������' I' .  '.".-vji i-;L-:o������,-rt������'  k._v_i__ i3      N_.  ~j_i-������  ,yr-f.vij ^'"ty  LM^   ^i:^'   ���������:.'.-.-.->'   tl    li       'S    h__M������ ''CTtia^' <J5_6^  i_ Wj^    11       'J.  i:  V,  ,/S   .cart  ;���������<���������'-.  l    . /.  <<.-_c^'   II    _/  Let tho policy of 1317 be a policy  of .advortioing, zv.d xhe^ .protection thus secured to your busin-  tbiv .I..J VvcjI V. Ui Li J   oiic; d.tiI.!.lUl'.i Uuo  ]ov   ;"���������- v.   .". ^ o'T'irivniit,PP  Old Customers die or move '  way���������they must be replaced.  o _  r.v\ ';���������<    o.i'.o  qn]vip,T|"  o LlK)j^\s b  :o  Old Custom  the influence   of   temptation���������  they may be induced to divide  their  custom-  -t  o  do  some   ol  rhp'-r' ^'irs^'iviio' a." o primnAl'ifo^'s  liit/il     OiiU[jf/'lIl^    GO   C_    f_.VliJ. [J-O Oi U\_/_.    o  place of business.  4-1-  New Customers to. tins community will shop with .you���������become  regular Customers���������if they are  invited to do so.  lOUi    ������_Ui.lljjei_IOV_'t    O   cit.i.Vt������ L_C.-i.Ii_5,   it!)  f'i ~\  clii   iii.L ;. ULiioC    v. Uiv  ~,J-  set if you are to maintain your  j.  tract e.  Not to advertise regularly to the  readers of  -(��������� j-u,  a  urn ilWp'hferd P^"'  Is to leave your business unprotected.  "in  /���������i.  WUK'j l  H ^  A   l.L__  r>  i'r ,?o  C-j   ,-..<,-   '....^ ��������� Ji.   '<>J    t-'LL..- ^.^i,i:i. j/i !/-._���������>_};_    t'ly   a (fi  ll  *' >������^;, 7T f)   ������ * 3/*>   i   '><(".���������"'   /rr,".-   /".''���������'' t",^-.���������%���������'���������>;��������� 7 f> ���������> r ? .<-.������  10^  6 ���������{/!_; ^i- c_������ tj^\z.i t.Cii -J y-^o it IS nYlQSi,  for ?'C7/i'  u^rjn^rr     ���������r'/������<'-' h<r>"-f fmnfJq  6?.^rf -/:c 6������;0i_ ss/i'/V 2..?, Ai_d sf:/_),_  /?f������d ������&������ f/c.o" uxliiudimi is io  shop where jjou ere hrc-iied   io  k'J'jtJ  ������ ���������.. c /:, _. i    tji'v.u   L. .y j i- J...- j t _ _ .;.   i. vj  y^,  V^o'f.'jOi' -'I'll!,' J/";:" q r:,n?'-������ /r.-,-^v"7 7'-,?l!l   zsswi  neea nave no coriipzincumi or  conscience-.  AI way Shop Where You  Are Invited  Yoisr Trade as Appreciated TEere  o Shop,  5W,t_u_l_Wi_a|___aCTWEn_^  U  ,i :���������  Is1  J11 this enlightened comnvun-  ity, and with so many from this  district gone to the front-it cer  tainly would appear that the  .sympathies ii* the community,  anti each individual in the community, would be with the boya  at the-Trout���������overseas���������and the  Jt'mpire, but such is not the ca.se.  !     Our system of recruiting is a  ; voluntary system, built on, our  ���������l!'^ ; Urilish freedom', and only iiiose  )i|!lj j who offer their services go to  'jrjjjl ; ihe front..   'Naturally then there  ]!";8 i:ire Home, (it in every way.-who  HP ��������� do not feel if incumbent upon  ;||J I themselves ' lo  offer  their  ser-  \%$ ! vices to their country, for reas-  |!::jj:j| j ons,    which    they    themselves  5-jil ! would hate to see in print.   .  I ;ipi ]     Sui-eiy no fit pretense for    a  Mis'! I patriotic Britisher   should   say  'i\]i   too jnucli, but some do, and by  talking' too loud they show fhoy  do not api)reciate the fact   that  they arc living under the British Hag of freedom'and liberty.  I'M  mi  I  j! nub  ���������3'iB  ���������A?\i  '  {If  'IHA  m  The provincial government,  the province .and the dominion  have had a distinct loss in the  death of Ron. Ralph Smith this  week. As minister of finance  for the province he was a tower  of strength to the provincial  goVcrnment at a time when  that government can least afford to lose such 'a valuable  cabinet minster. He was conceded by many to be easily the  most able man of the Brewster  government.  The late minister made many  friends in the province who will  ax the:  front,  ������./  jijjjj j mourn his sudden demise, and  ;jji$ ; long will his name live in B. C.  -���������id j  IjHI 1     Now that spring   is   coming  'j;p| j let us plan to have a regular  I    \&i������   clean up day  MI5 5  w.  ? .,���������*���������;���������  V-!!.i.J  To Test Your Own Seed  ;,:a  m  N i  m  1  5-i5  ���������"���������I  "   nil  mm  ��������� ^ ������������������������;������  J':ii 1  1  [ii  i\  '     In the Seed Laboratory grain  is tested to determine the percentage of vital seeds by placing  one hundred kernels    between  blotters keeping them at a suitable temperature and supplied  with the proper amount of moisture    in    special    germinating  chambers.     The results of such  a test show what proportion of  the seeds are vital, but a more  accurate idea of the value of the  grain for seed could be gained  from a soil test.     Such tests are  net practicable in a laboratory  where   thousands   of   samples  are under test at one time.  Any one can   test   seed   for  I jlpjj ! himself by putting one hundred  jijj;j| j seeds taken "just as they come"  \\) |lj ! from the grain he wishes to test,  in soil in a flower pot, box or  other convenient receptacle.and  keeping  it moistened,  but not  wet, in some place where it will  jj $ j be not too warm in the day time  '] ?>1 !and where it will be cooler, but  '���������j! j will not freeze, at night; the al-  l|| ��������� fernation of temperature favors  "j germination.    By noticing   the  ; number    of    plants    produced.  j whether they come up quickly  I j and are strong or weak, one can  ;'    determine the suitability of the  grain for seeding purposes more  accurately than from the results  of a test which he does not see.  ] f seed that is known to be   of  strong vitality can  be  planted  under exactly the same conditions as the seed whose vitality  is being    determined,    the test  will be more valuable.  Cleaning grain over a good  fanning mill to remove from  one-third to one-half of the  bulk including all the light,  shrunken and immature seed?/  will greatlly improve its quality  as seed.  SEED BRANCH, OTTAWA  in  1  KBBi_uwn*i)Bi*nrjr_4Uirj  ttfCK_K*U*a KUUUmjUJi  ri fjffl  -MITT������������������-���������*-!-������������������*���������* -"���������a-' m_������.if-in__--n--_J_  W Pi  *_PY_I VT * *l������'"  *���������* *$ fir Efc.  Van (htl  UFimiES  w&nvrwnwmmrKXMM      wtranmrnm  ���������MvraMvrvra  $  25.00    FOR     $21.50  5Q.OO        " 43.00  IOO.OO        " 86.OO  INDIVIDUAL  PURCHASES  LIMITED TO J150D.  FOR FULL PARTICULARS APPLY AT ANY BANK  OR ANY MONEY ORDER POST OFFICE'  JAN.   9,   1917  f-inanoe   departm emt  Ottawa  ABBOTSFORD   DISTRICT BOARD OF   TRADE  President, Hope Alanson    Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  5_\  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  \|t'he district, and industries already established,        Jj  i&2.  'V������~*  JL Nothing  will  ^-������������������_.___.������_   "add more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  at home.  *!_  Mr  Sljll  Mit .  .'!.  I.  l  :OYA__:-STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B.  C.      :-:  See me now .about that Insurance  *Vtw*������r_*JSrSSt!3SSJCZmS!3S^3  '���������'V.^J������\ ', _.i_A ��������� -" i-  Wliy should a perfumer be a good  editor? Because he makes elegant,  extracts.  0  ������  e  9  LIFP  1 have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  *'HR$  < !' ___j_S___f ���������'  ���������  (   '''wn____T' ��������� ��������� '  '��������� pfflk &  1 m  M  i -.  ; 1 ti  tv.  IK  $H  . /  k  )l  >���������;.  >r  i__ji_Mia_������_OT_r____i_g  mmmmimmimm ,-'   /.JjESBB-B_-  ?_fcf  '''<J_H_I .';������������������'���������  I"'_____.'-;1  / hmh'4  ''.   _B_M ���������''''''  ; Ai"������.-?i:f  ������    !' ___j_S___f ���������'  ��������� .<   '''wn____T' ���������'���������' '  i 'j'l'ffl.-^'1'  w  TttE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD,  B. &  ������3j     '!  *as-_sr3gfljs__2___a_s^^  ���������? e i z X - v s <^rt^  n__rag___-__n__ag_^^  ������_iiii������iM__;_i_<_g_ui_igi_i__aas^^  r,i__*-isanri__Hjri___iH������__a__fr_zs^^  i  -.1  ' > >l  .!_  h  Q-  and District  one magnin  er sons  e freedom  mpire an  y m sendin:  s o  ��������� /  ���������in  Ih'l  EOLL OF HONOR  >���������*  ' "I  >.  * . ..  ������J11  veiled With the   Names   of  More Than Seventy Names  February 6th, 1916.  Rev. J. L. Campbell of the  Presbyterian Church on Sunday  February 6th unveiled a roll of  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 hath 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.5  The following are the names:  W. A. Ferguson/killed.  H. E. Lloyd, killed.  J. McDonald, killed.  H. R. Gray, killed.  O. Collinson, killed.  Ames, killed.  F. Green, killed.  Brown, invalided.  Grimley.  Teng.  Hill-Tout.  Trethewey.  J. Fraser,  C. T. McPhee.  S. McPhee.  C. Hulton-Harrop.  G. E. Hayes.  M. Rhodes.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Chas. Wooler.  E.  A.  J.  F.  H.  A.  A.  L.  G. Gough,  A. R. Flummerfelt.  J. Kirkbride.  A. C. Dudden.  D. 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. Pegrarn.  B. Pottinger.  B. W. Suthern.  E. A. Chapman.  M. W. Copeland.  A. Mallalue  A.. Healey.  J. Welch.  A. A. Fermortr.  T. Donnelly.  E. Anderton.  A. A. F. Callan.  ���������  J. Bousfield.  C. Bayes.  R. Peters. ,  T. Davis.  T. Mawson.  Geo. Knox, died, pneumonia.  Henry Knox.  Fred Knox.  R. Smart.  S. Finch.  W. Bowman.  E. Chamber-lain.  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  IT. Skip worth  R. Ramsay  A.  Mitchell.  Peter Pearson.  Geo. Sharp.  - F. Beale.  IT. Arnold.  Tom Campbell.  Robt. Sim.  H. Skipworth.  J. 0. Williams.  Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  Andy EH wood.  J. L. Sansom  John Sinclair.  Albert Davenport.  Joe. King.  Guthrie King.  "Matt Nelson.  Matt I-iigginscn.  The   following'   have  recently   cn-  li.sted for overseas service:  Robert Gillen  Frank McCallum  Walker Wallace  Charles Hill-Tout  Willie Hill-Tout  H. McKinnon  Kenneth McGilivray.  H. Green  A. A. Fermor  are we, who are le  s the Canadian patriotic  oing to contribute  as our share,  e sacrifice o]  verseas oervice.  '^mmww^w-^wfww^m^^w^^^^^^  ose who have  or en-  ive a  y subscription.  W^WWM THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  TI.Y  For'Hums,  IMcon, Hinokwl  Pish,  Labrador  Herring, and -  ������������������     ' Salt Cod  -   Choifost Mwi.k Always on Hand  PIONEER MEAT MARKET  A1SK0TSFOKI), 55. C.    '  wwiii_ii-'"-t������ii'fc "'**"'"' 'imi������_ninii._ia_a  HELP US GIVE EVEN BETTER  TOS3!!______1JB^^ TnmmmsMWMMimiUiuMum*.  TELEPHONE SERVICE  T HE     M 1,-N ISTER     OF,    FINANCE  \ REQUESTS"  THE    PEOPLE    OF    CANADA    TO  , BEGIN NOW  TO   SAVE    MONEY    FOR   THE  Many complaints that you do not Hear wlion you telephone, or  that others do not hearyou, are possibly clue to improper methods of  speaking into the mouthpiece.  Engineers, after exhaustive tests, have made the following  conclusions:  "The host results are obtained .vhe������ (lie li_>������ arc very clone to tlio  tPlophonc. Amoving tho lips from tho telephone has the same effect as lunsili^i'ng the line then in use.  "For instance, one inch away lengthens the line six miles. You  have to speak ono-third louder-for'the party listening to hear you  than if your lips were close to the telephone. With your lips'two  inches away from the telephone, the line is lengthened ten miles;  three inches, sixteen miles; four inche., eighteen miles."  ������ ' You can easily see ho .v care in this matter will make telephoning easier and  more satisfactory.  BRITISH COLUMBIA -TELEPHONE Co.  Limited . l"  Thrift mid Economy  The new War Savings Certificates which, have been created  by the government to encourage thrift and economy and to  give everyone an opportunity  to assist hi financing our ' war  expenditures, are now on sale  at every bank and money order  offices in Canada. - The $25  certificate sells for $21.50, the  $50 for $43, and the $100 for  $80.  As an investment these certificates offer mar:y attractive  features���������chief of which are the  absolute security and the excellent interest return.    For every  now, $25 will be returned at the  ! end of three years.  There are other features  which are especially interesting  to small investors. First, the  certificates may be surrendered  at s.ny time, if the buyer should  need his money; and second,  each certificate is registered at  Ottawa in the buyer's name and  if lost or stolen, is therefore  valueless to anyone else.  But while they are excellent  from an investment standpoint,  the certificates should appeal  . frongly to Canalvms because  they offer to ' those who must  serve at home a splendid opportunity for a    most    important  DEPARTMENT OP  FINANCE  OTTAWA  district, which includes a much  larger district than Mission City  or Mission  Mimic pa lily.  Wilson  is still "too proud to  fight."  Should the United States enter the war many a mother,  will find that'although she did  not raise1 her son to be a soldier  he wilh'be one anyway.  | J. H. JONES  Funeral Director  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  1 Phone Connection. Mission City  K  ������  *  H  M  ���������<  a  5  K  H  $21.50 lent to the Government patriotic service.      The person  ������ effiBSE3SS__5am_=_=.',~.  H_K__BE_35Z^W^^  ___. .<���������      _**~-������v       >"W*f  1" ''' "Ml   ^Tfl*  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  i  .'SfcriekJy first-class in Q'm-y twpeet.    The-bar w  stocked with the best of wiiuas, liquor and-������iga*������,.  RATES.  ������1.30  TO  $2.0������   PBR   DAY  who honestly saves +o the extent of his ability and places his  savings at the disposal of the  government by purchasing  these certificates, may feel that  he is having a direct share in  feeding, equipping, and munitioning our Canadian soldiers,  who are so nobly doing their  part.  SAY IT AGAIN  AND SAY IT SLOW  a A. J.. HENDERSON & SONS  ������tm___2eS___53_S_352S3  PftOPftlETOftS  _mwyigrM"  iiiiiim-iiiii inrrir  3aVKjaf9mm^mmJ������w>m ������<f'iff IfHlfflVfiHfMr^^  To Houaewives:-  Tlie  Jollies! and Best-Tempered men are those  who have the  Leo's Groceries are always Fresh  aB1BB____������m*^  ALBERT   LEE,   Grecsr   and  j  CFrom Frasar Valley Record  There is need of the Mayor of  Vancouver���������Mayor of Vancouver, mind you���������studying the  surrounding districts so thai  when he comments on the actions of neighboring communities he won't make 'a break' Hire  that contained in the followh^  which we copied out of the Van-1  couver Province of Thursday..  February 8th:  "The Mission City Board of  Trade yesterday sent a request  to the civic finance committee  for a grant of $200 towards the  expense of a campaign for the  extermination of the mosquitoes. Mayor McBeath pointed  out that this request came from  a municipality which was not  affiliated with the B. C. Union  of Municipalities, and considered it a good argument why Mission City should be urged to affiliate. The request was referred to the executive of the Union."  For the especial information  of Mayor McBeath, Mayor of  the City of Vancouver, it might  be mentioned that Mission City  is not a part of the Mission mu  nicipality; neither is Mission  City a municipality by itself.  Mission City where the Board of  Trade is centred, is a part of  the great unorganized district  of .his wonderful province, and'  hopes some day to become in-  coiporated, when it would be to  the advantage of the little town  to do so. But until then the  government looks after our affairs, and the Board of Trade  is composed of the business men  of the town, who knowing the  jieods of the community by close  contact, make recommendations  to the government.  The objection of Mayor McBeath falls flat, and we would  liki to see his finance committee signify their willingness to  he'p out the mosquito infested  X  HUGH wicj  General Blacksmith  And Hdrsdstioer  Carriage aud Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automata Repair Work  S&t_a������aot__t& Guaranteed  Nast to Alexandria Hotel  HirN'$?INam>N B- o.  D. EMERY, Proprietor.  TEAMING and  DRAYING  WOOD and COAL For Sale  Orders Promptly Filled  Auto  Tor  Hire.  Give u������ a. call and you will  be used right every time.  \\    ABBOT8FOBD, B.  C.  Farmers' and Travelers^  .-.  trade solicited.  Sy  rouj  MURPHY,  PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B   C.  *T ^'_auuMW������n  (���������  $. itgGggg


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