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V  'V-i'-'.'^yiJ  W  At'TOMOUILE   REPAIRS   and   ACCESSORIES  OAKS   FOR  HIKE,  DAY  OBJjjWlHT���������'������������������,'     ���������   - '  K.lc. GARAGE  C. SPRING, Manager  I&PERT MECHANICS A CAREFUL DRIVERS  AVe handle-���������Oxy-Acetylene Welding, Tires, Gasoline mul Oils.  Genuine Ford Parts and all  Kinds of Repairs.  OVERL'AND AGENCY AND  SERVICE STATION  PERSONALS  THREE CANDIDATES FOR  THE MATSQUI REEVESHIP  The contest for reeve has simmered  down to three candidates, the present,  reeve''Mr.   A.   McCalium,   Councillor  Melander and ex-reeve Wm .TowIan.'  Mr.   Melander  wasrin  Abbotsford  today,and, while not hurt, does not  like   the   publicity   given   about   his  ' own' ward turning him down.     Such  is riot tlie case, he informs this paper.    He states that had he not said  he was  not. going to run  for  councillor he would not now run for the  reeveship,  but he wishes to show in  a very decided manner that his own  ..,��������� ward has not gone back- on him, and  '"-" 'to do this he is going to run for reeve  Mr. Gledhill will run for councillor in  that ward.    Mr.  Melander is highly  thought of in^his ward, the most of  the ratepayers  believe he. has  done  S. ������th������e .voryvbest he could-in-the-way of  '^ -building roads and keeping them in  .repair.    Many, people    wuld   -rather  see Mr. Melander as councillor than  a new man, but. his decision has now  made that' impossible.  "'���������  At a meeting of Mr. Towlan a resolution   was   passed   expressing   confidence  in   Mr.   Melander  PRESENTATION  HERO  A large number of the friends, o'  Mr. James Downie',' the blind hero,  met in the hall" of the G. W. V..A. to  do. Iiiiii lionor in a tangible way on  Tuesday   evening   last.   Gapt.  ALDERGROVE   FARMERS  HEAR   REPORTS  The Aldergrove Farmer's Institute  met in the Bedford hali,.Mr. A. Gledhill, president in the chair. The president reported for the year, showing  that there' are 10'4 members on the  oil, an increase of 20 above that- of  last year. The many . new settlers  are likely to increase this number in  future. During the year 274 cas������s  of stumping powder were sold, realizing $3,446.05, with a net profit of  $37.93; fuse and caps $464.50; and  clover seed. $297.68.A fanning mill  .purchased for"the.benefit of the members, cost $45 and gave perefct satisfaction.  Cash on  hand at pesent amounts  to $1'.'3.39, with total stock and cash  '���������estimated at $657.44. The secretary  ���������>and auditor's report were also read  ��������� and. adopted.  Mr.  Gledhill as president, and Mr.  A. K|  Goldsmith as secretary were  re-elected  for  the ensuing year and  the   secretary's   pay   was   raised   to  '$50.  SHOOTING MATCH AT  ABBOTSFORD  ,j Under the ' abl"j management of  '-Messrs. Rucker and'Ruthig, on Fri-  : day beforo Christinas, an interesting  1 shooting'match wa3 held on the Flats  / below Copping's place, Abbotsford.  ���������I Competitors from Sumas, Hunting-  u don, and Peardonville met the sports  ;i from Abbotsford and all had a good  Hime. Between fifty and sixty men  were in competition. The prizes  w.ere given in turkeys and geese.  The rifle ranges were at 100 and  200-yards with a four-inch bullseye  The shot gun "range was at 40 yards  ���������at'a'stationary target.  The best work at 100 yards with  rifle was# done by Mr Gilcox, Huntingdon, who won four turkeys. Mr.  C. Bell tied with him for one turkey  but on shooting off the tie he fell  down to defeat.  The sucessful. marksman at 200  yards rifle range was Mr. J. L. Preston, who won the best turkey in the  flock. In the shot gun series Mr.  Carmichael won first prize with a  splendid  contribution  of  pellets.  Darkness  came  all too  soon  and  cut short a fine afternoon of sport.  Yvhit-  chelo,  president of ,tl.e .G.W:  V.  A,,  presided.,-and in a very neat speech  expressed the purpose of the mooting  and in'a .very hapy manner presented  Mr. Downie'with aclarge envelope con  ��������� taining the unencumbered title to a  "splendid lot in the    suburbs on  the  "Yale road adjoining Mr. McKinnon's  home, and  also    a substantial  puse  containing a  hundred  dollar bill as  a' Christmas   present.   More   will   be  given   later.  The  lot  was  purchased  from   Mr.   Clarence '  McCalium   for"  $275.00and- is just the lot that Mr.  Downie desired where he could build  a re sidence. , ���������      _      ^'   '. ^    ������������������  Mr. Downie responded'in' a short,  speech,  which   was  M'ullof  gat2ful  appreciation* for the kindness shown,  ever since he returned !to Abbotsford.  Short impromptu addresses were then  given   by. Mr.   J.   A.     McGowan,   at"  whose  home   Mr.   and   Mrs.   Downie  were  ent riaiii'ed for several  weeks,  by   Reevy   Alex.   McCalium,   by   the  Rev.   W.     Robertson,     and  by  Mrs.  Hannah Fraser, all of whom agreed  with  Mr. McGowan who quoted,  "It  is  more  blescd  to  give  than   to   receive."     All   wished     Mr.   and' Mrs.  Downie many years of happy life in  the new home which would soon be  theirs.   It   was   also   suggested, that  when   Spring   would   come   that   the  men would contribute skilled and unskilled labor and do what they could  by voluntary  effort to  erect a suitable house when tlie building material would be placed upon the ground.  Theo .was a very hearty response to  tin������ ? suggestion,   and     Mrs.   Fraser,  speaking   for   the   ladies;   said   they  would    provide    the  food    -supplies  when tlie men were doing tlie'work.  ��������� Then everybody was happy    with  the   idea  of   honoring  one   who   has  made so great a sacrifice for a noble  causa.. Mr. Downie was called on to  tell  some  stories,   which  he - did   in  his  own  initimable  style,   for  he  is  brimful of optimism,    wit    and  humor.   Some   one     suggested   a   few  words from Mrs. Downie. the Scotch  lady from Glasgow, who has become  very popular, and to the surprise of  "every  one  she  made- the  speech   of  the evening, winning not only the affection of all,  but establishing  herself as one    of the most    cultured,  capable and  public spirited   women.  Then all joined in singing "They are  Jolly Good Fellows." and-the happy  evening was brought to a close.  - Mr. McDemit had his feet amputated inth'e Albotsford hospital, this  week.  Tho McMenemy family spent' Now  Year day with'Mr. and Mrs. Thompson at Murrayvllle.*  The W: "C. T. U. will hold their  m'?eMng at the home of Mrs. Hunt on  Tuesday. .-,--'  . The-Ladies' .Aid will start their  192Q.,.Bieetin'gsvat-.Mrs." Zeigler's on  Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 7th  '���������> The-'-Alanson family of Mission  City.s^^t New Yeas Day, with the  ^ng^y^-ere.'    ���������  M'esfbV'/Authler   have  mov.ed   into  ^'Abbotsford   and. are   living   in   the  rooms- above their old store.  '.The  Scotch -.people   of Abbotsford  l arranged a concert for New Year eve  * and   it   was   a   grand   success.    The  music,  singing and   dancing  was  of  ithe very  best.--;   Mrs.   Raeburn,  Mrs.  'Mclnnes, Mrs. Hutchison, Mrs. Coutts  Mr.  Jimmie  Downie  and  Mr.  Broad  from   Bra drier !sang;    Mr.   McGowan  gave a recitation;   Mrs. Barrett and  Mrs. McGowan- gave piano selections  Mrs.  Nelson  o"l"  Bradner  gave some  real Scotch music on the piano;   Mr.  Walker danced the sailors  hornpipe  A piper and a girl dancer gave three  numbers'which wene' splendid; A violinist.and  a 'small "boy  dancer Xrom  'People  were -present.iutisl.ltm'1   rufw  Chilliwack   amused     the     audience.  People-were at the concert from the.  whole  countryside,   from  Chilliwack;  from Bradner;, from     Mt."     bohman.  ' froni"-Deririison",'*-alid- 'tins-   hall    was  filled to the-doors and .the people enjoyed all the-old time'dances���������round  and square.  . ., The Ladies Aid purpose giving  their annual concert on Burns'riicht.  Mr. and Mrs. Coutts and children  had New. Year dinner with friends  at Dcnnison. i  Mrs. Mclnnes visited in New Westminster last week. .- i  Miss Ina  Fraser expect s  to start  teaching at Straiton next week. ;  The dance given on New Year eve  by   the  G.   W.   V.   A.'  was   a  grand \  success.    The   Alexandria   hall   was I  filled   to   its   fullest   capacity.   Some j  $8 1.00   was   taken   in.       At   twelve;  o'clock  the dancing stopped and  all  wished   each   other   a   Happy   New  Year and sang Auld  Lang Syne,"and  then���������was   ladies'   choice  as  it   was  Leap Year,  but a. gentleman  in  Abbotsford   said- the   ladies   here   were  I fart too shy.    Dancing was enjoyed  j by all presanl.and a,thoroughly good  time started the New  Year.  WILL   HOLD  ANNUAL   MEETING  IN  MASONIC HALL  JAN.  20.  The'annual meeting of the Ab-  botsford-Sumas Agricultural'Association will be held in the Masonic Hall  on Tuesday, January 20th at 8 p.m.  The business of the meeting will  be the election of officers and any  general business that may come up.  TEACHERS'   SALARIES  TRETHEWEY WILL FILED.  The will -of the late R. A. Trethewey of Abbotsford was filed for pro-  batte in .Vancouver last weak. Under  a will made in November 1914, the  late Mr. Trethewey leaves an estaate  valued a{,$94J04 to his widow, Mrs.  Susie Marilla Trethewey. The estate  is composed  mainly  of  securities.  Harrison, Bay Waters Were High.  Tipella, Dec. 26���������An unusual sight  was seen when the ice jammed on the  Fraser river, immediately below the  mouth of the ��������� Harrison river., and  caused the water to flow up the Harrison river instead of down. The water in Harrison bay rose to a greater  height than during the high water of  the summer.  Sir Robert Falcorier, president of  University of Toronto, has an article  in McLean's for December entitled  "Can Canada Afford Cheap Teachers?" He , points out the absolute  necessity of advancingthe salaries of  teachers in the secondary schools and'  universities if the present standards  are to be maintained.  'I do not expect that the men who .  go in forthe teaching profession will  get as large financial rewards as men  .  who   engage  In. business - or  in   the  more remunerative professions.^Their .  reward will be of a differnnt chara- .-  cter.    But they must not    be   called  upon  to make  unnecessary  financial  sacrifices.   They  must  not   feel   that  they   are   engaging   in   a   profession "  which   the   general   public   holds   in'>  such low  esteem that they will not .  make proper provision for their comfort."   ���������  Mts.   Lawson.'Of  Parry   Sound,   is  visiting his brother in law Mr. Percy  Wilson   and   has   bought   the. house  and  one  acre  formerly  occupied   by  the family  of  Mr.  Tony  Maximonki  who   has   gone  to  Aldergrove.  anv Sth to 24th  Inclusive  V,*ED1)!NG SHOWEi  ALDERGROVE DELEGATE TO  VICTORIA  CONVENTION  Miss   "Vera   Hunt   is   home   from  school in Vancouver for the holidays.  A general meeting of farmers-of  the province which will take in fruit  growers, seed raisers, dairymen and  poultryriien, will be held in Victoria  on February 25, according to Mr.  James Bailey, of Sardis, who recently  addressed the members of the Alder-  grov.3 Agricultural Society at the annual meeting. This gathering on the  island is intended to a nialgamate all  the various farmer associations in the  province. Whether if. is tho intention  of the new association to mix in politics was not mentioned by Mr. Bailey.  ���������The secretary, Mr. A. K. Goldsmith,  was elected as Aldergrovs's delegate.  Prior to the re-lection of. the old  officera and directorate, Secretary  Goldsmith anoun'ced that the membership had increased by twenty during the past year, bringing the total  up to 104. Cash on hand amounted  to $193 with a total of stock and  cash estimated at $657.  On Saturday evening, at Iho r?e!-  dence of M;\ and Mrs. John Albert  Long, t he friends of Mr. KemiPth  McKay and Mrs. McKay (nee Mies  Doris Smith) met and surprised thorn  with a bountiful shower of beautiful  and useful articles. Music, vcc-al and  instrumental was funished by Mr.  and Mrs. Long. Mrs. McGowan, Mrs.  Bedlow, Mrs. Ferris anl others, while  'many enjoyed games of various sorts.  After many expressions of regard and  best wishes for th'2 future hapiness  of the young couple, the happy company retired to their  homes.  HUNTINGDON  The Sunday school tree and entertainment of. St. Paul's church, presented on Monday e\ oning, was a dc-  liglil i'ul 'expression of Christmas  spirit. The decorations gave it harmonious setting, the programme provided seasonable amusement, the  towering tree carried brillianc-z. and  Rev. W. Robertson of Abbotsford retold the ever-new story of shepherds  and angels, and goodwill. Nor was  Santa, wanting.' Not an infant left  without bock and stocking, and it is  here that tha promoters deserved  and won the appreciation of the visitors, by their very generous distribution of good things, offering them  to every child in the community.  Sandwiches, cakes and coffee brought  the entertainment to a very enjoyable  conclusion with greatful allusions to  the good.work done by Mr. and Mrs.  Tapp in providing so much happiness  for the children.  All Sale Goods are Cash and Carry!    No Delivery or Ex-  ctiange on any Sale Goods.  REMEMBER all Merchandise is new, no old worn Bankrupt Stock, but dependable Goods bought direct. I have had  exceptionally busy year, and business has.exceeded my  most sanguine expectations, and with your co-operation F  purpose for the coming year to show you a wider range of  Merchandise of the highest quality. Here are some prices:  Girls' All Wool Coat Skaters, I>. & K. Brown  Blue and Grey, a bargain at ' ��������� $1.95  TWO ONLY all wool Pull Over Sweater, newest style, blue and white, rose and white  Regular $1.0.50 for  $7.85  Misses D.K. Tan Cash. Gloves, 45fTfor 29^  Prints, blue Spot and Light Patterns .  .  Reg. 40^, to clear at ...:..:.:.". . 27%<fi a yard  Shirting,    Pillow    Cotton,  "Towels, etc.,    at  Special Prices.  ���������   Flannellette Sheets 1V4, white or grey\  Regular $4.85 a pair for $3.65  Ladies' and Misses Underwear,.Special Prices  Corsets, Embroideries and Laces.  MEN'S LEATHER GLOVES, Horse Hide  Regular $2.50 for   \ .$1.95  Wool Mitt's, reg. 500 for 39������*    ���������  Men's Caps, reg. $2.75 for   $2.10  Regular  $ 2.25   for    $1.75  Felts JJats, reg. $8.50 for $2.50  Regular $5.50 for   , $3-95  Stetson's $8.00 for  $6.95  Men's All Wool Mackinaw Norfolk Coats '  Regular  $22150   for    $18.75  Boy's All Wool Mackinaw, sizes 2(5 to 34  Regular $12.00 for $9.85  Regular $9.75 for   $7.1.0  Boys' Tweed Suits, the finest made in Canada,  Perfection Brand, sizes 24 to 34,  Regular $.U.OO for   $12.75  Regular $12.50 for  .....   ,$9.95  Regular $9.75 for  ... .. . . .$7.85  Men's Work-Shirt s a special lot, sizes U'.b  to IS for ....$1.95  Dressmaking,   fine   and   plain sewing  by a  capable and qualified  dressmaker.���������Inquire   at'   Dry Goods Department. 4  B.   C.   Phone,   4  Farmers*  Phone  1907  w$g?mm PAGE-TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD PO'Sf  ������������������>���������r-  E2=E  THE ABBOTSFORD POST ���������  Published Every Friday ,;     ;  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1920,  'We "like this opoprlunity. of wishing our readers a Happy  New Year and also a very prosperous one.  The past year will be a memorable one in the history o  the ci������nl?y   It'wlll be memorable on account* the c ostng oi  the war and the settling of things up after so much turmou-  Liie stnuigiitcning of trade conditions and a number ol oU.ci important matters. .  , ,        ,  Some of these matters are not yet straigatened out and  it is hoped that the present year will see normal trade conditions  the settling-of the soldier question, which is an important one,  .rri:���������^���������- Bo* -ea a new election  ���������=o as to get in closer touch,with the-wishes of the people. It  Cannot be said that either one.of them, are today meeUng the  demands.of the people.  -"��������� Our dominion, government seems no more a people's government carrying out the mandates of the people, that is it we  are to judge by the opinions that.we read.in our.new papeis^  4nd while they may stritch, matters a little sometimes there i,  that undercurrent of- dissatisfaction that .one cannot but take  heed to' The people pay the piper and those, who pay should  have a'say Itcertainly does not sound goad to hear that our  country is so poor that it cannot recognize the value that the  soldier has been and pay him. , .....  ��������� * "our provincial-government has long since failed to recognizee wishes/6f^ in so many respects that it would  be:mle to.enumerate them here. About.the only .thing that  thev seem to'follow up planning how to impose some new tax.  At ihat. they-are exceptionally clever. . When any request goes  iiv the matter of higher taxation is thrown in the peoples lace,  but not the'granting of the request, or even the energy to look  into.it, to see its virtues or its shortcomings.  '"'r'" The prohibition question appears to he causing quite a lot  of comment these days.. The giving of. prescriptions does not  meet with: the. wishes of the people who oppose the liquor question. It certainly is a loose way of doing it. They tell us that  that the-, human' system, craves for alcohol.- If. this-is the case  why not arrange it so that the poor man and the rich man will  boj enabled..to*have his requirements satisfied. If it is not the  case then'cut the liquor out all together, and make the country  real bone-dry. The present state of affairs is a disgrace to the  province, and' is encouraging men to break the law.  With the first of the year liquor can be imported into the  province ir quantities. This would seem to defeat the ends for  which prohibition was intended. Is this tho .wish of the people dr.' is it not? ' ���������  ��������� The New; Westminster Columbian thinks that the city  needs more light���������we do not think it really means enlightnient  but the kind of light that enables one -to see better at night,  when in a normal state we. presume. He goes on to say that,  "some day a real progressive member of the council will propose that.,the huge electric sign, be taken off,'the .roof of the  city hall and placed om.the front of ;the Omildiiig, where it will  bring that section out of the darkness. ...Some day also, let us  hope, a few other business places'will sweep the cobwebs from  their front windows; install-a few hydrogen-filled lamps and take  their pi ace among those business houses who have all along  during hours of business and after, kept up the front windows  .illumination on Columbia street."  There are all kinds of reports made out by men who have  a particular hobby on seme particular thing. Some fellow in  the United States has made out 9 report, giving tlie financial  status of the beggars of a western city .in the United States. We  have heard that the man who works-is really not much ahead of  t'ie man who does not work. Of course .we don't believe it but  jheer are a number of people do, judging by their actions. The  financial standing between the man who works and the man  who does not is the sum of seven cents���������reckoned when money  was worth 100 cents in the dollar, and the man who did not  work had the money. Now it seems in this western city, a^id  it should increase quickly in population, some beggars are earning $30 a day and at this, time of the.year is likely to take in  $50 in less than eight hours. And that the most humble beggar  according to this report was getting $10 a day.  The great country to. the.south of us will not have a representative at the first.meeting of the.. League of; Nations.  Senator Lodge has succeeded in ostracising the great American  nation. Not all the progressive people are to be found in the'  United States. We believe association with the great nation  builders who will gather at the conference would broaden out  the ideas of our neighbor. First, too proud to fight; second ;too  conceited to associate with the countries who fought their battles.    We all pity President Wilson.  Dr.G.A.  Dentist  ���������430 HASTINGS Street, \V.%  "(Over C.P.R.  'fids.- &  Tel.  Ollicea)  VANCOUVER - B.C.  It is always well to, write or plioue  lor   appointments  L. DASHWQGD* JONES j  IIAKKISTEU and   SOLICITOR    <  ���������>>  W.} Ur-gcrs IJldg. Vancouver  Counsel, J. Milton Price.  v@dIi^iffliaiiiiu::Lirirjrciiriii^MS!  J. H. JONE'H-'  Funeral  Director  AGENT   FOR   HEADSTONES  Phone Connection. Mission City  i For a Good S.noke Try  B.C & Old Sport  CIGARS  B.   C.   CIGAR   FACTORY  WILBERG A WOLZ. PROP*  N������W WESTMINSTER. B.C.  ' Can yo*j., use the Long-Distance Telephone between 7  p!m: and 8 a. m.? If so/you:can'talk'-f6r three times the  .day period :'i;dr'"tiie same; cost.' Special; rates.obtain during  the evening hours," aiiti besides you" will get prompter'service, because' 'the' lines are less congested.,. ���������  Remember,appointments can be made for any particular  time for Long Distance calls. We will have your party-  .ready at any hour you wish.  BRITISH COIMMMA^TELEPUONE Co.  Limited  MISSION  CITY, B. ,C.  FARRIS TALKS TO THE DOCTORS  That there will "be a decision made  at the next sitting of the provincial  legislature as to whether there  should he a referendum on the subject of prohibition was the.statement  made by Attorney-General' Farris to  several leading Vancouver physicians  who called., on, him Jast. Friday, to  discuss the^ Prohibition- Act; and to  ask that the doctor's'be relieved from  the stigma attached to' them through  the present method "of handling' liquor prescripions. He stated that he  fav.ored the proposed, amendment reducing the amount-of liquor that  might be prescribed to eight ounces.  i-Te further stated l.liat he1 thought tho  people should be.piven an opportunity to voice their choice between th'-i  present and some restricted form  of government sale.' Mr. Farris left  again for Victoria.  CHANCE FOlt THE PENTIOTON  HOPE AUTOMOBILE ROAD  .   .-. ������������������ M.-.v.ri..-.-;:.i.- -.���������jii/t';>.\;;i������i':\.n.'tjir'iy,'  Owing to the- confusion In, mail  orders of this medicine, we-. ase ,advancing the price frpVri'^S^O'to "$'5.50  and; paying,.all charge's. ^ This, will  give our. '.many "customers' "quicker  service..   '       j ,_. (<i c |;l^  Sole. Manufacturers   , .  MRS1. GEO. S. ALMAS./''  524 4th Avenue, North,  Saskatobon  Wm; Atkinson  General'Auctioneer and  Live  Stock'Specialist.o  -23.years among tlie Stockmen of  the. Fraser Valley." Am familar  with the "different.'breads"''of- live  stock and'their values.  'A-ddres*s^ all-'-'communications ' to  Box; 3*4'Chilli w'ack', Bi'C  RIDS:  <."'.  When the'smoke of the Provincial; Poultry Show. Battle.  has1 cleared, Bradwell's Reds; will be found right in the  Front Ranks'fighting for tlie Highest Honors/' ,���������  Therefore/ it is 'deci'dWdiyM 'your; advantage,,-now more'  than ever, to have your Rose Comb Reds h.ayej^,Jrad-  well stamp of" quality^ Early matured Cockerels from this:  strain will increase your ������gg producti'on.     - Can be1 purT!  chased for as little as $5.00.  You can't lose on one of these.  T.  MATSQUI HOTEL  MISSION CITY  Nearly sixty years ago a road was  begun from Hope to Prlncton by the  miners and sappers. It was built for  twenty-two miles' and then abandoned on the order of the then" governor '}  of tlie colony because the miners at  Rock Creek declared they would not  pay toll when it ,was built. So the  road stood all these year3, a monument of gubernatorial hot-headednesa }  DIRECT ACTION  Dr A L McQuarrie; of-Mission City, has. been appointed* by, the1 Department' of Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishmen as -Medical", Representative,'  whose duties are to attend to'all Returned men who require Med cal attention; "this attention" being given FREE to men who.'may "be cakon ill  any time within one year of ilacliarge..whether the case be" from war service or not, and to .men who-are suffering a  caused by war service at any time.  recurrence    of    disability'  ������!  The Only. System in  Some Cases  Wo hear a lot about "direct action"  these days, chiefly relative to labor unionism, and similar matters. We are not pro-  pared to say -whether or no we believe in  "direct action" in politics, or strikes and  things like that, but [when it comes to ailments of tho,human body wo are all for it.  Listen 1 If you had a fire in the basement 0' your house, would you expect tho  fire brigr.do to tackle it through the attic  window? You would liko their action to  bo a little more direct, wouldn't you!  Likewise, if you have rheumatism in your  joints, or Neuritis in; your arm, or sciatica,  or lumbago, or neuralgia, why try to cure  it with u kidney pill, or a liver tonic or a  blood medicine?  When you're suffering you want "direct  action" on that ;pain. Templeton's Rheumatic Capsules (T.H.C.'s) will .give .results,  as no other treatment will. They attack  direct the cause of the pain. Tried and  proven for fifteen. ^ years.. If your homo  . pap.or, carries onr, advertisements some druggist in your town' 'is our ;agcnt. If not,  write us direct. Our booklet 'sent-free on.  request. T.R.C.'b mailed - anywhero for  $1.04. Templeton's Western Branch, Box  162, Victoria, B.C.  A. J.'STEPHEN  Sole Agent for Mission City,  t. Explosive of great strength,  safety arid freedom from noxious flimes  No Headaches  Apply       J. B.'GADE* Agent  Storeroom at-Geo. Cade's Premises  growing up in brush and even heavy  timber. During all these years about  the only road built was a saddle1  and pack trail from Hope and Princeton. But now. is being used to haul  ore machinery and supplies'to and  from the Silver Daisy mine which is  being opened up twenty-two miles  from Hope.  The road though narrow in places  was found to be in first rate'condition and after the lapse of more  than half a century required very  little repairs.  "Why not  turn  this  into  an  auto  road from Hope to Princeton.  Mr. Frank Sweatman, of Agassiz,  has been appointed a Stipendiary magistrate in and for the province.  10 CENT'TASCARETS7'    ^  FOR LJViER AND BOWELS  Cure   Sick   Hjada-jhe^Conatlpat'c.*.,  Biliousness, .Sour Stomach, Bac'  Breath���������Candy Cathartic.  ITo edds how; bad,your,liver, Bif>mc.%-.  or bowols; .how .much.your head och.e3,  how miserable you: are from constipation, , Indigestion, biliousness and sluggish, bowels���������you, always get relief with  Casca-rets. _ They immediately cleidiise  and- regulatt fho s'fqmach, remo/vb. ihe  sour, fermenting, food and foul gases;  ta!co,tlip excess, bile,from the liveVand  carry, off the constipated waste matter  and poison front tho; .intestlneb and  bowels. A 10:cent box from your ckug  gist will ;.eep your liver and bowels  Slean'���������;'. storiaoh'swpet'.an'd'.haad cl^cr 'iot  ���������noiitlis.   Tliey tvc-Ic while you 'sleep.  1  Iff  .4 ���������������  '���������' iii  '        ,.  ' Phonp7303.        WILSON BLOCK'      .  Mission City, B. C.  SPECIALTY���������Crown.-and Bridge. Work.  '���������   Platemaking by -Dr.,Hall's;(.of. Chicago) method.  Extractions, using Somnoform (French)    system,    instead-, of; Gas.   ���������   Special,.attention giyen to Pyonhora Cases.  .'   OPEN,EVENINGS. . .        .   '.'   -'; ���������-     I.  GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"  TO CONSTIPATED CHILD  Delicious "Fruit-'Laxative" can't harm  tender little Stomach, Liver   ' ..."  and Bowels.  "-. <������������������  ^  PAGE THREE  merits  Posters1  Shipping  Tags  Visiting  Cards  JUilCa    ELaC*  The Merchant who  advertises his goods thereby showsr:  his confidence in them,  advertisement   is an   invitaf  tion to the people to test his  sincerity by testing his goods.;  This paper has a   bona fide  circulation and an adv. in it  reach   the    man  spends- his  moneyrin his own  province.-- -       . _   i  ���������mHMun- vvrxzm    *! -  For ijbb Printing  This office is equipped with,  an assortment: of type and  paper ;that will insure a perfect and artistic piece of work.  When next you see a goq^l,  well executed piece of printed  matter, whether it is business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any,of the numerous printed articles, exaniine it carefully and you will invariably  find that it is the product of  this office. The intelligent  Business Men, Farmer and  Fruit Grower alike demands  receives  Dodgexs��������� ���������;  Loose  eaves  Invoices;  Price;;  ...-,.-Li...  Inyit&ioiis^,  Receipts; ;  Circulars  Nfefit;:  Tickets*  Meiius  Etc.- Etc.  . Look -{at ..the tongue,' mdtlier! ~"*'If  oonjted, your little one'srBtomachi/:'-liver  and- bowels 'need" cleansing ".'.at;-���������;once.'  Wlien peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleej), .eat or act naturally, or.is. feverish, stomach sour, breath, bad-; has sore  thrpat, {diarrhoea,; full- of cold,?;giye.fa  teafl-poonful of "California Syrup" of  Figs," and in a few hours alj.the 'foul;,  constipated waste, undigested food and  spur ".bile ���������g������ntly.emow������-:.outs-.pfvits,, JUtjjile.  bowels' without' griping,���������������������������a*od''--you"-have-a  ���������yv'el},': playfulrich'ijd ������again...'-J,-:Ask- your  druggist for a bottle of "California  iSyru'p of tPigs,"_.which contains full"  directions "for -babTes,"oTiildfen,-'6f?all'age"ii  and���������for- growri-upa.  PIONEER- AND FORMER.  UEGISLATOR IS DEAD.  ' Wellington* J.,Hams,va pioneer..oi-  Pitt .Meadows, and a, former..;member  .of-the British-Columbia Legislature  ��������� died, this- week.aged 8,0 -years.,., .He  1 was born on October .-9-, -1839 a.t ,lngr-  ersoll, -Ont.'-and  came...to., British.  Columbia and.: settled...at Pitt; Meadows; in ���������1*87.4,..i He  wag..one,, of  the  first Pitt Meadows  Dyking Cpinmis-:.  s ion or s, acting witn Mr. C.������Woods aoi  Wm Manson .when the^ciyke. was-built  In   politics; he.rwas.:.a Conservative,;  and sat in.the Legislature from d87;7.  till.'1882, for practically all the Mainland'.. He. was a staunch'Presbyterian  Tor -the- past- t\y.o'years the late- Mv.  'Karris -had. been in. failing health.-He  is survived by his widow,and eldest  son,  Coun.  Frank  V.  Harris .oft Pitt  Meadows.-  . He was buried at fhe Maple Ridge  cemetery.  for-discouragement ;in , clearing   the  land that it is .possible for the govern-  nrent- to'give. ��������������������������� ��������� There,are jttiousands.  of. acres here still in    their   natural  ''state, and this fertile-land should be  put under cultivation. ,;-       '" " '  ���������All-Jthe'se^enVrnay -not,.have, the  9ticktoitiv".e^e5.k;.^  \ym.-:;Higgin.aon w^,6..settlejdjiiere' a^.  liout thirty y ears "ago. and. has now'-  been successful. ' But these menjean-  -nGt-affor.d���������tO-.JrAU..'eyen a score of  .years now-to-bring the, land, under  cultivation,'so--encourage them with  cheap stumping-powdep.r-  ^MTJST-KEEIj-OFe ^HE ROADS  :-������-JThe extraordinary...traffic bylaw is  how 4n forceln'Mapie Ridge-empowV'  eringithedmuaicipaJ: council^ to. Jogul-,  ate :the-w.ejght-pf,5-.lqad5. orT.close'-the;  roads'.an'd' bridges, to^^uch] heavy, traf-'  ftc as^ may... be. injurious to.:t.he "roads _  ���������and-bridges. .  ,      .<���������������������������.>>"*������������������ :������������������--������.      -.-.��������� .  This-.woJuJd.';'^epar.^o)..!b.e;.a,..mighty  good bylaw, that���������couid..have .been en-.  -forced . when;.the���������;recent:.,, frost  '.was  'coming out of the ground,.  is up to a  not  ??  t, - Publicity - Proves, - Profi  Mission City  WHERE IS POPLAR  Hatzic and " MatsquTtb"askei ball  teams ���������met- -on; (Monday.'l(t evening "at  tfatzlp, the game.-fesultihg.V-:. listen! '  3top! oh! only 46 to.J in'favor.of the  visitors. A dance and supper followed. ! ..- .These.all seem to be good  at .carrying away the, honors. Ask'  Miss'ion.    .     : .      _ _  :APFQIN;TE������ vDYKIK1 JINSPEOTOR  :. VIct.oria.";B.'..C.',..bec: ^j.-^The ap'-'  pointment of ��������� John".A-"> ^ijao^i1 of <Va-n-  ���������ouver .tq'.th'e" position, of acting' inspector .of dykes with xurlsdlc'tion*over ,the lower Eraser district,; ia' announced..  TUNHKIDGE���������PLUMRIDGR  ;Lest some of, your readers do not  know where Poplar.lies 1 .may add it  .adjoins the, thriving town of Abbotsford.. and is that part., of Matsqui  south to -the international Boundary  Lino. H is only a few years ago  when it wus reached .by blazed trails  then the natural home.of the owl and  the.bat.. No-less than.nine returned  soldiers have purchased land, many  of them former. ..army officers���������one  was a captain, three werelieutenants,  one sergeant, one .sailor, and three  privates. Some are.married, some  engaged and some-have- 'loved and  lost,' but live in hope-. Some of the-m  "ire going for sheep raising, some for  goats, rabbits and beets, others for  fruit and small fruits.  There are hundreds of acres lying  idle here"jecj all logged off by tlie  Abbotsford Timber and Trading co.  IniMots of stumps for tlie soldier settlers to wrestle with.  There is need of cheap powder for  the settlor;-) to blast out these stumps  find should bo. Ai-'CMi to soldier millers at co^t price, it does not seem  just the right thing that theso men  should bo placed on the hind to make  homos and have to pay high prices  for one of tho most important requirements ��������� slumping powder���������In  the clearing of their land, for if they  are all successful in making good  homes for themselves it means much  Lo this district and the whole province. If tlirough the lack of tho  lack of cheap stumping .powder tho  clearing of the land is prolonged or  any one of the new settlers become  discouraged the whole province is the  loser. ...  These new settlers are all now imbued with that progressive spirit and  indomitable energy and indefatigable  efforts, anticipating happy homes and  little gardens of Eden and. they certainly should be helped along and .old  time settlers will tell you.that cheap  stumping powder is the best antidote  Oh Saturday last in Christ's church  Vancouver, Miss''. .Win.nifr.ed.-. Tun-  ridge, and- Mr. Clarence.-' Plumridge,  both of' Mission ,-Cit.y *.were' united in  marriage.- Aftor a short ;ho.neymoon  jaunt they have returned, to Mission  City where they . will make, their  homo.  Mr. D..B.- Martin,,or Victoria,' was  the  guest  of  hfs, 'friend. Mr.  W.   G.  Gamble, over.the .week end.  < Read the advertisement of Mr. J.  B. ..Cade on page .four. He is the-a-  gent.fpr tho Sab'ulite' stumping' powder', which has already-attained. a  good name.among the' men who usu  nowdei\for clearing-land.  LIFT CORNS OR   ������  .      CALLUSES OFF  Doesn't hurt! ; Lift .any corn or  callus off.with.fingers  Don't" suffer! ' A liny bottle of  "Frec7.one costs but a few cents at any  firugL store. Apply a few drops on the  corns, calluses and "hard.skin" on bottom of feet; then lift them off.  ' &' *  When Frcczone removes corns from the  toes or calluses from the bottom of "feet,  the skin beneath is left pink and healthy  and   never   eore, . tender   or   irritated.  %������������$!���������! .���������V  I ?!  ! M  PAGE FOUR  TriE  ABBOTSFORD   POST,   ABBOTSFORD, ��������� 6.  THAN THE BEEF, PORK, VEAL and other Fresh Meats  ������������������ Purchased from  , WHITE &  ���������TAYLOR'&-HUMPHREY  (Late Henderson &, Taylor)  CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS  Box 11 Abbotsford, B. O. Phone 3IX  TO   LENT���������A  ���������ped  small  thoroughly   equip-  creamery.   'Nominal Rent  Successors.to C. Sumner  CMS US A TRIAL FOR A MONTH AND BE CONVINCED  B.   0.   Phone   41.  Farmers' Phone  1909  License No. 9-������21)23  Abbotsford? B.C.  Apply  Sparrow's-'Feed.    Store,     Abbotsford, B. C. ,  WANTED���������A reliable active man  to contract for the exclusive locu'  sailing agency of a., well advertisei  patented'article. Small capital required to establish profitable business.- .Iteply P- 0. Box. 1271, Victoria, B. C.  WATER  NOTICE  n2S  ' One of our customers came to us this week and informed  us that he i ad made one resolution this New Year, that his  wifely approved of. Now for that reason it must be ju*  Z, riehttor ii the past ten years she has not approved of  ���������veU -v or my New Year Resolutions, but of W one  Ihe is ihighly delighted. That resolution is.that She bake  no Bread" during 1920, but get all her bread from Albei  Lee's Bakery." So will you deliver two loaves each day at  my house and three on Saturdays.  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and  BaKer  Your   Buildings   against ��������� Fire,  cent  more .than  a. few  years  increased.    ..������������������ ���������    ���������  . Because  ago.  ��������� Yet  rebuilding   costs   100  Insurance rates' have  per  not  H. 0<'-HARTLEY,��������� Abbotsford,��������� B. ,C,  Represent Jag Board Companies Only  ��������� I  Local and Personal  Mrs McCrimmon's brother and  fam'ilv, Mr. Millar and.'family- from  Vancouver spent "Christmas with the  McKinnon family.. ���������' Laura McKin-  non returned, with them.  Mr. Dave Nelson spent Christmas  with friends in Abbotsford.  Mr Angus Campbell spent the holiday in Vancouver.   . .  Mrs Hannah Fraser had.her family  all home for Christmas.' . '  .  Mr. McGowan won .the big .turkey,  thta was raffled at Slad.es  Mr.  Joe Olson..spent Christmas at  ' home. .-  Mr. and Mrs. Riggs are leaving  Abbotsford and Mr. and Mrs. Robertson gave a social evening to a few  friends on Friday evening- Mrs.  Riggs left on Sunday morning for  Winnipeg where she has been called  on account of the illnes of her father  The Christinas tree, and entertainment held on .Wednesday evening in  the Presbyterian church was a great  success. The church was crowded to  the  doors.  ���������   Quite a number gathered on Tuesday evening in the G. W.V. A. rooms  to present Mr. Jimmie Downie with  the deed of the'lot ���������"tire citizens havo  bought for him; also $100.00 'for a  Christmas present. The' subscription  list is still open.  Mr. Scotsvold of Tacoma is the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. McGowan.  Mr. Goodrich from Bcllingham  was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Little last week end.  Mrs. and Miss Lamb are the guests  cf  Dr. and  Mrs.  Swift for the  holi-  da>s.  Mr. Thome jnr. who has been in  New York for a few months has returned   to   Abbotsford.  Mrs. Thorn, Snr., has written from  England. They will he glad to return   to  Canada.  Mrs. Little spent Thursday and Fri  day in New Westminster.  Mr. Jack Weir has returned to Abbotsford from Ashcroft where he has  been cinco his return from the war.  Hu is die third son of Mr. Weir who  has iv turned from the front.-  Mrs Fred Currie and children have  returned from  Kamloops where they  a- two weeks 'holiday' and Mr.' Pope is  relieving.  Mr.'McKay left on Monday for trip  to California, accompanying his cousin Miss'M'cLeod of Saskatchewan.  ���������'* Tlie W.' A., whist drive and dance  on  Friday 'night  was  a  success  but  took a long time to. get stated    as  one' of the ladies had taken the cards  home; and is now away so could not  get-'them.'���������    Mrs. Webster and   -the  Misses'Steede entertained Mrs.  Mor7  ett   and' Mr.   O.   Lee   won   the   first  prizes  and  Mr.  McKay, and   Miss .A.  M.  Steede  the    conso.lation-    prizes.  Miss Hani the teacher from Mussel-  white,' Mr. E..Everitt and Miss Carter from DeLair,-Mrs. and. Miss.Hart  Mrs.' Bartlett  and  Mr..  Bartlett jnr.,  .Mr. E. Tapp from Huntingdon were  present. Twelve tables of whist were  played. ���������   ���������  Mrs. McClenaghan lias returned to  her home from, the-hospital where  she' had been for. several weeks Mr.  Tom McClenaghan -has. been'visiting  in  Vancouver. ,  Messrs Johnnie and Tommy Shortreed are home for the holidays from  driant,  Wash.  Mrs. and Mrs. S.'A. Woolgar spent  Xmas with their parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Zeigler. Mrs. Woolgar is remaining until after the New Year.  Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Thompson from  Murrayville were the- guests of Mr.  and Mrs. McMenemy for Christmas.  .Mr. Wodworth, one of the high  schcol teachers from Chilliwack and  George Martin, Sardis, were visitors  in Abbotsford last week  Miss Grace Kenedy spent the holiday at home.  Diversion and Use  TAKE NOTICE that Ferdinand  Desire Boucher, whose address is  Davie Street, Vancouver, will, apply  for a licence to take and use fifteen  hundred gallons per day of water out  of a spring the'source of a stream,  which flows in a . norteasterly direction and drains into -Catuer Creek  about one-third of a mile north-east  of   spring. .  .  The water will be,.diverted from  the stream at a point about, head of  spring: about. 1000 feet in a northeasterly direction froin the S. E. corner of the N. E. V, of Sec. 25, Tp.16,  and will be used for watering stock  and domestic purposes upon the land  described at N. W. % of Sec. 30, Tp.  19, Sumas Municipality.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 2 6th day of November  1919.   ��������� * ...  A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act,  1914,"  willjae filed  In   f  See me now about that Insurance  AGRICULTURAL PROSPERITY  REFLECTED IN SCHOOL- CLOSING  A dance in the Agricultural Hall to  swell the treasury of    the    Bradner  Football  club   was  a   popular  entertainment a. few days ago.  The schol concert and Christmas  trots and entertainments have been  given more lavishly this year than  before. Agricultural prosperity with  the return of the hoys and a generally increased population has had its  effect on the children's festival. Fv-  .-ry centre abounded in thoughtful  generosity.       At, Brad nor  both   Sun-  the office of the- Water Recorder at  New Westminster.  Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder  or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria B. C, within fifty days after  the first' appearance of this notice in  a local newspaper.  V   D   BOUCHER,-Applicant.  By THOMAS W. STRANGE, Agent  The date of the first publication of  this notice is December 5th, 1919.  WATER  NOTICE  .   Diversion aiul. Use        "    :   ���������  TA'KE'NOTICE 'that Charles Sears  McKee. whose address'is 1200/ 15th  Ave W. Varicouver,.B. C, will apply  for a'licence "to take* and use fifteen  hundred gallons "per clay of-water out.  of a spring the "source of a stream  which (lows in a north-easterly direction and drains into Catuer Creek,,  about one-third of a mile north-east  or spring. ���������  The water will be diverted from  the stream at a point about head of  spring about- 1000 feet In a northeasterly direction from the sotuh-east  corner of the. N. E. % , 'Sec. 2 5. Tp 16  and will be used for watering stock  and domestic purposes upon the land  described at N. E. M, Sec. 2o, Tp. 16.  This notice was posted on tlie  ground on the seventeenth day of  October,   1919.  A cooy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the  'Water Act, 1914" will be filed in  th* office of the Water Recorder at  New Westminster.   .  Objection to the application may  bo filed with the said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria B. C within fifty days after the  first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper.    ..'.       '  C. S. Mc'KEE, Applicant..  By THOMAS W. STRANGE, Agent  . The date of the- first publication  of this notice is December 5th, 1919.  ������  HXC,. 5 i-j\\'*.  I have a large ancfisplendid  supply.of __;  Raspberry Ganes for sale at low pwces.  Finest quality.  A. McCalium  Abbotsford  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  M-   MURPHY,  PROFR1ET-  HUNTINGDON.  B   C.  '!���������?  broil   for  some  length  of  time   day and day school -liiildrcn fared  have  Miss Florence.Parton has been visiting In  Vancouver.  Mr.  Alex.  McKinnon   has  been  in  Abbotsford recently.  Mr. Olson Is  home for tho. winter  He has been near Mt. linker.  Messrs Robert and James and Miss  Gillen are homo for the holidays,  Mr. McGowan and Mr. Barret spent  a coilpb of days. In 'Vancouver :this  week. Mrs. and ,Mi."w oumnur ns-  Blstc'd Mrs. Barrel, in the post oflice.  Mrs. Thomaii was a vim!tor to Abbotsford  on Saturday.  Mw;sr8 Ralph'and James Gilmoro  are home for the holidays.  The Misses Steede left Tuesday afternoon for Port Alborni to spend  Xmas with their brother and family  and expect to/spend a week at White  Rock before-returning to Abbotsford.  Miss Christina McPhee is home for  the  holiday's.  Mr  tremely well. At Mt. Lehman the  two were combined in one "glorious"  ii mo under the bountiful direction of  the ladies of the district.  AIWtOTSKOM)  WINfci  AGAIN  Abbotsford and Mission fotoball  teams "mot at Abbotsford on Saturday and the result of "the game was  that Abbotsford won  1 to 0.  Mission boys report- a good time  nevertheless.  Mr J. O. Lee of the Royal Bank  staff, "spent Christmas at his home <n  Vancouver.       .  Cart, and Mrs. "'Whitchclo are in  Vancouver spending the New  Year.  Tho A. T. M. & D. Co. presented  a line turkey to the employed married  wen���������the larger the family, the larger the turkey. One man had a -2a  pound  turkey.  "On account of illness'of Mr. N. Hill  manager of the Royal Bank Mr. W.  Kakelin is relieving. Mr. Hill expects to be back to work in a few days  Mr VV. Longfellow has received  word of his appointment as station  master   at  White   Rock.  MAVOIl GALE SIMMS  TO UK A STAVER ON  I'll 10 -JOB  Mayor Gale has announced that he  will again be a candidate for mayor  for the city of Vancouver. Aid.  Kirk has also stated that he will be  in the running.  o fill for  CHEAPER  ERTIS  On the claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising than  newspaper advertising, a good many unnecessary advertising schemes are sold to business men. ,     ,  The plans for buying are usually made l^he lu^me at  the warm fireside, not when the family is on an amuse  meat jaunt.  Supplementary advertising includes all advertising  outside of newspaper advertising.  Both still have a mission  and Mrs. '.Shore are away on j the welfare of the city.  Mrs Spring and Miss Scntner who  have been superintendents of '.he  boarding house' at the mill for the  past year have retired. Mrs. Spring  has gone to Chilliwack and Miss Ssn-  nor  has  returned' to  Vancouver.  Mrs. McDonald, and her family  have now entered upon their duties  in charge of the' boarding houne.  They come from Now Westminster.  Miss Violet Magulro is home for  the vacation from school In Vancouver.  ih  "-������������������71  ii  11  ���������Vil  ���������' f.  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  l  )&mm


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