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Men's Khaki Overalls per pair   ���������lilcll1/  a lj  Ll    ���������>       '... - \ I  r ���������*     .ii  .   . ������(    / e*J'?        !   I I  !-:rli ::���������.'!  i (,.  ^ua-a-oBfiaatssjnawwwijHajyff^aisab^^v!^!^ '.  ;u.  ������t������y (    j  Panshine,   3  Tins  for    '.   Klondike Big Bars,   \\:y:  Royal Crown Naphtha Soap, 5 Bars for   ::,;-  Kellog's Krumbies, each '. :    j';).?  Quaker Peaches, l's, each ?;>..;  Western Salmon, 2 Large Tins i'or i::;;-  Nabob Salmon per Tin  2o-v  Raspberry Peppermint, Orange Pineapple and Strawberry  Extracts, half price,   2o^  Lima Beans, 3 lbs for   'Red Lentils, 2 lbs for     a.. jv<[ v .  l\ ���������  wi.'wmm   ,,\filter fcTE^JiliXiJZrTr'JXAXl'.Sft  9 *>***** f������^  t?"���������.;         :  *   - .1 -   "r    :'-:  r".   f \ _i  Ti    '*  i*^  tj4.������^fc.u^mu^jj^. -J             <  ���������    ������ -.   ;    T^  1  ���������..(.' ,'.:  (3    Hurj.������-V    Sfreis  Ui\L  GAZLEY BLOCK  ABBOTSFORD, E  . J" 1     *w# .  Oil Tuesday night a very SUC--     The shingle mill has su-aled iij) ;:-;  cessi'ul pati-iotic   meeting   was  ������dW- ;'  held in the Presbyterian church     Tho A;);^'^o7ar7in^7a;),! vr.;-'  llllder the auspices Of the  \V. C.   iny; Company uulla arc sunUr^oiUv ,.;-  T.  U.,Mr.     Hill-Tout     took    the ! tensive repuira. ������      "       ;  chair.    Mrs. Mackin of Vaneou-    AI.   ivu:kii  ami   la;.lily  ha\o iuuv( d  h -^  ver gave a splendid address.  The choir rendered good ser-  vic. Mrs. Tremewey also addressed the meeting. Tne collection of lb' dollars was sent to  help the Y. i\i. (J. A. in their  splenuid work, iu providing not  cocoa and coiiee lor the uoys in  the trenches. This splendid  work neeus more support than it  it. :v.,eivmg.  WATUll   XOTlUi-J  Oivczsion ;md 1't.o  TAKE   lXOlic'ii!   that-Lhe   Ahl)ola-  to   Victoria.  The sclioul boai'ti   meets  the 30iii of tne month.  -... u .. J v. i  .    .  Ull .\s--r,j-~.-  Mr.  V\'.  I;.  Aiatheson  of ',vx  Canadian Bank   of   Ccmim./^  spent the weck-vnd at the co;i;it  Driver Aiandaie jintl Sj;)  Lieut McLwen were pas,-;engj,  east this week.  Mrs. W. T. Abbott    rcami-u  loru Timber una Trading (jo., Limned j from the west on Tuesday even-:  whose address is Abbocsiord,  B. C, i jj^i- '!  will apply Lor a  licence  to regulate!     ������  ._  j  the level of  the water ot a laice on! ^-y    ^ f    ������T_      ��������� * ,..y  part ol; Section 16-and 2.1., in Town-! \y QUiTWllMlOliS  '1 ���������  snip lli, east oi' the Coast Meridian.   I  The following amounts have  Tlie water wiii  be controlled  by a(  dam at the outlet of the lake to laeii- {      .m  itate the iloating of logs. ! , . ,    ,  This notice was -posted on llie | ^en paid through the govern-  ground on the loth .day -of. January, I meiit-ageucy. at New Vvestmi-i-  1017. j ster by Provincial GoyerninKiii  a copy, of this notice and an ������������-j employees during the year 191G  plication pursuant thereto and to tlie j Gov. Agents' OiTtoe '. . . ������  2.1.0.19 :  "Water  Act,   1914"   will   be  tiled in. j AccUJc-<-.nv-'.? <)<}���������} r.o '   ���������>;.������������������!������������������'���������������������������  the ollice ol.   the   Water Itecorder at; f , , ,,  r,   , ���������,,        ....... ,    .,,,,,..  Vancouver, B. (J. j ������"l,,d ^&������������y Ul.   .....! ^.^  Objections' to  the application  may; ^LU>. LlilU Coiility Cl'l 'UL  Uil.^ .-\:^:.y. i:t'0  be (i led wilh the said Water Record-1 Iv-\v Westminster Jail!  or, or with the Comptroller of .Water j 'Boiler Ilispec. Office . .  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victor- j K       \v^,t-   t'rWlr-n  ia, B. C, within thirty days alter the, y. Vwi. t,     ������  tirat apearauce ol' this notice in a lo-! Misyion. .OLTry      t ���������' f \ . r i \  apef  cal  newspaper. | Pitt .111vol'  The date ol' lhe first pnblical ion ol: ; H.oad  Super! niendonl  this notice is .laiuiary   llith,  1 ;> II 7.     j c|]1(-...: cp  ALJliOTyVoitl.) TIM;'JI'.J!t.  ANIJ j''   '"    '   T It A I) IN CI CO M I 'A K V, 1 >! M i-Th! I) j  Applicant.  Per  J.  F  .BOYD,   Secretary.  I.,')-.,.{,;.>  '<���������:'���������!,{}.\jH  5b.'i ;'.'���������  .,. I.  ���������)a:  -   .- ���������. ���������i.. ,yt :w. I..  ! Tiie'iiDuual vestry meeting of  ',,-. .Maiiitew's JJjiiscopai Church  I'.lr.hjii.i'-oL'i'i, B. C, was field iu  ,::e cinircii on the cv'Ciiing of  '-.let!i.i'i'ilay, January 10th, with  ii'.-v. .'.!r. P.ewe in (lie ch-iir De-'  '���������������������������'������������������ u: t-:o JncIciueiJl wcathoi'  . .':������������������������������������. a \v;iw a very fair attendance  Lf'tjio congregation, many    of  i \.'iioi.i look an active part    in  out lu the meeting that Rev. Mv.  , I-owe, v.'iit) is rector at Sard is, iJ  , ..I. i!i io act as vicar at St. Mat-  I'.ir. icowo, who is an able spca-  I'.-'r, ������������������:. 0.-.': ojjiimisticaliy of the  Xc.:ro of (Jic ]>arisl) of Abbols-  -."������������������VIi and was  lisieued  to v/ith  pi.  aiieuiJo'.i.    'J'ho   (inancia.1  .���������wi i of lhe church committee  'J. :ju::o iiic tinauciai statement  '\Wc \\. A. allowed a healthy  ion of affairs am! the \V.  ,'','��������� in'  \  lit,;,  rJu\.Z  !iC   .-..i.)0'.:':-  i-   were My. '  ;  I'. Bro a n '  V.i'jr.ouv'jr; i  L'.    J-0'.V-J   Ol'  ,vere specially thanked    for  .nOir  im'.guiiicent  showing.  Tito i'cllowing church oflicers  wcrj ejected for    the    ensuing  .-i.u.vh year:  Vicars warden, 3.  .������. il.oyd; People's warden, Percy  . . i. - s:^; Sifkcuien, W. .). Ware  .l>jj :\.li.,]������,on., M. j.iill, Wm. Da-  . v.npoi'i, J. i\iiistcad, J.   ileafh ;  ...���������ociOlary-Trcasurer, J. F. Boyd  ���������jiid  Envelope, Clerk  Percy  R.  i'ceic. Tlie meeting closed with  :ho usual vote of thanks to the  iotiring oiiicers.  "vVU  j    ..(...  Oil  Shrove Tuesday    a pan-  ;.e sup'"per and entertainment  ���������:_ be held h\ the home of Mr.  . .   l>oyd.,Keep  this  date  in,  iii'.i.    Id ore  particulars  later.  u-  ('���������:���������  Tho Abbotsford Auxiliary to  ".; I led Cro:-:s meet for sewing  _w Friday afternoon in the  >..,!.ii-; o;er ike harness shop,  ,.:i.j a':d do vour bit.    The Uod  n ecus. TO!ir assistance  it  I;c ]>iOsont time- as much if not  :-ore ilian i." v'?vC*"r did.  :-\;m '   .' i^- good, or was s;ood until  '.!.; aut'.-iniuii, at the Abbotsford lake  ���������'���������}  :4  :v.:(h.)  ill  ������������������.i'-hh-L.-.  ;;���������:;���������!' :ir*;r.  ��������� .Mi !;:'.'.'-  ������  l:.:-.<:f.-  Ki  l.-s 4f - ., , ". -;Li?ilA-L-!!~-i i  ff\ rm ,<"���������', /^,  " ,<  ^a ii;':  ^  ^ l : ���������>;' t, ft  1-3  iiu  I.)cp;.iv  l\-irn.--t'_-x-  oi  I  If  .|i.j,-i..a. i  Si  S  ������^?S*OT!R53CT^^  ^^l>'*?WftBTO^^^^ it: ���������.���������**, wr- g THE ABBOTSFORD. POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. v.  *"'"*i\vJ ���������iZ'&yje&iiu^vtfat.v.rrvi'rj&rmzirxiLW.im  (.  Let the policy of 1917 be a policy  of advertising, and-the protection thus secured to your .busin-  is well worth ihe annual outlay, as it is a guarantee.  r.  Old Customers die or move a-  way���������they must be.replaced.  Old Customers are subject to  the.influence of temptation���������  they may be induced to divide  their custom���������to do some of  their shopping at a competitor's  place of business.  New Customers to this community v/ill shop with you���������become  regular Customers���������if they are  invited to do so.. .  Your competitor's advertising is  an influence which must be offset if you are to maintain your  trade.  Not to advertise regularly to the  readers of the  . Hie AbDoisford Post  Is to leave your business unprotected.  A WORD TO THE  PUBLIC  It is no sign of weakness to follow the lead of advertising. You  owe ii io yourself lo get the most  for your money, the best goods  and ike best service. A.nd if you  find that your inclination is to  shop where -you, ctre invited to  shop rather than continue to be  a customer of the shop which ���������  never solicits your good will, you  need have no compunction of  conscience.  o  iway shop  ere I ou  \re Invited To Shop.  Your Trade is Appreciated There  CSKt  K  ������UMM\imu>n!4ajL������tAa*s4txa���������vK)A-V2>���������t'i^  'i  1917 JANUARY 1917  31  SUN      MON      TOE      WED      THU      TRI       SAT  111   fg 11 3  |f 4T|f Si. 6"  9    11   10,18 113  14116   16   17ll8|l9!|20  22  ni ���������������*  *|[26]|2Gj|2T  ;jllt  jt_.  IIZI  A������ ^fl',   '  'jMMiwwanmwMiauMtuMMiimtna^v  The different municipalities  hroughout the Fraser Valley  voted on the half holiday bylaw  on Saturday last, and the res'uli  in all cases except two is that  Wednesday . is the ' chosen , day  Tor the half holiday.  The large cities have also  chosen Wednesday.  Then all have their half holiday on Wednesday afternoon  except Mission City, Delta and  Chilliwack.  For the sake of business interests -would it or would it not  be well to make it unanimous  so far as Mission City is concerned?  Abbotsford' has not kept the  half holiday with the exception  of a couple of weeks although  the post office is closed every  Friday afternoon. In common  with other business centres the  merchants here should, we believe close their stores.  There is no reason- why Abbotsford should not have the  half holiday, as it will not hurt  business now that all surrounding places are closed.  It may be that the time is not  far distant when the Bast will  give the West far more consideration than it has done ill the  past. It is about time that the  wise Easterner took a tumble tc  himself and faced matters in a  true Canadian light. This everlasting pulling to keep everything that is good in the way  of an industry in the East is not  in the best interests of Canada.  B. C .has a Manufacturers Association of its own, why is  this? We understand the prairie provinces do not pull with  the East. There must be a reason.  The Monetary Times of Toronto said recently: "The voice  of the West must be given a  better ear by the East. The  East must take the initiative in  trying to get a state of affairs  more pleasing to the West and  beneficial to both. A few manufacturers, loaning men and  bankers have recognized that  fact. As a.result they and the  farmers are already on better  terms."  The brightest business men  are in the West, but so long as  the East hinder capital from  coming west to develop the natural resources then so long, will  Canadian industries fail to compete with those of other countries of equal natural resources.  While the East is growing  rich during these war times the  West is sending proportionately  more men according to population, and still holding up her  end when it comes to Pay! Pay!  during a financial stress in the  province.  If the East would boost for all  kinds of capital for the West  it would be a grand thing for  our mining, lumbering and ship  building, and other   industries.  ABBOTSFORD   DISTRICT BOARD OF  TRADE  r\  President, Hope Alanson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites -':  with unexcelled shying "facilities and cheap, power;.  ' ���������or.mfqraation regarding the farm and fruit lands of'  \\V tthe district, and industries already established.,        /jp  Your P  T   Nothing  will  add more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  at home.  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B.  C      :-:  ���������������������������>M  Sumas Council 1917  &  ft  See me now about that Insurance  /Blrf  Reeve Fooks who was elected  over ex-reeve Atkinson by 26 of  a majority, and Councillors McKenzie, Austin, Straiton and  Lamson.  The new members of the  school board are W. L. Blatch-  ford and William Carter.  With 60 below and blizzards on  the prairie who would not pick  out B. C for his future home?  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  A  fe.i '���������&  THE ��������� ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B.  &  ������"���������  ��������������������������� ' ���������������������������  --'��������� -      ' '���������.';���������"     ' ' ' ' #,'  Sa\SKU3i!EJnS35SR!3a3EirC'   n  \J4L\KmKilWL.\Ll4i^LiX-Z^  F.BLiv>BLtLisr^;a&TXi^^  - j' j.' Jf '  . * J ���������< .>'  ;..-, ft ^ i ,-.  >! ir-i  IMr p  1^  '&  h  er sons  district lias dope magnihcenoy  .i'  or the freeo  E  rripire  1  ������  ROLL OF HONOR  \l  f   ���������  Unveiled With the   Names    of  More Thau Seventy Names  February Gth, 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.  E. 0. Collinson, killed.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green, killed:  F. Brown, invalided.  H.  Grimley.  A. Teng.  A. Hill-Tout.  L. Trethewey.  J. Fraser,  C. T. McPhee.  S. McPhee.  C. Hulton-Harrop.  G. E. Hayes.  M. Rhodes.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Chas. Wooler.  G. Gough,  A. R. Piummericlt,  J. Kirkbride.  A. C. Dudden.  D. Geddes.  .11.'' Johnston.  P. J. McLagan.  J. Hands.  S. Knott.  W. LaircL ���������    '  I-I. Gordon.  A. G. Adams.  G. N. Gillett.  J. Aitkcn.  0. Kidwell, killed.  R. Hughes.  T. Usher..  T. Perks.  A. Pegram.  B. Pottinger.-  B. W. Suthera.  E. A. Chapman.  M. W. Copehmd.-  A. Mallalue  A. Healey.  J. Welch.  A. A. Fermo<ii\  T. Donnelly.  E. Anderton.  A. A. F. Callan.  J. Bousfield.  C. Bayes.  R. Peters.  .1. .    .1 JcL HO,  T. Mawson.  Geo. Knox, died, pneumonia.  Henry Knox.  Fred Knox.  II. Smart.  S. Fin civ  W. Bowman.  ]���������]. Chamberlain.  K. Ilng.^ard.  J. Munro.  T. Smeeton.  A. Williams.   .  J. McCormack.  John Gillen.  Milliard Boyd.  D. Campbell  J. Downie.    ,  Percy Wilson.  ManLius Zeigler  Ed Barrett.  V. Hulton-Harrop.  W. Campbell.  Stewart McGillivray.  E. B. de la Giroday  <j a  ick Parton  I-L Skipworth  R. Ramsay  A.  Mitchell.  Peter Pearson.  .   Geo. Sharp.  F. Beale.  H. Arnold.  Tom Campbell.  Robt. Sim.  IT. Skipworth.  J. 0. Williams.  Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  Andy Ell wood.  J. L. Sansom  John Sinclair.  Albert Davenport.  Joe. King.  ..   Guthrie King.  Matt Nelson.  Matt .Higginson.  .   Tlie   following   have   recently   enlisted for ovej-MCJis service:  Robert Gillen  Frank McCallum  Walker Wallace  Charles IIill-Tout  Willie Hill-Tout  I!. McKinnon  Konnclh McGilivray.  II. Green  A. A. Fenuor  '&*.  (<>...������  we, who .are left behind,;go  e.  anaaian  itrioti  />  e sacrifice ot those who .nave die  :/  p������J  ve a monthly subscription  IPX  ������%i o  ���������#'���������'  k I  '' 1  IP  ij  lit  l 1  ' 1  Pi  \ |  9a!1-   '  R&'lf  It*  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  mrwinnjertTJijwcraEm-iJ-:������.������.  UHMXIimXUEHl'.airiX.':  TKV   '  '.mt^m^^^^^^^-Matsqui Council Meets  ���������W.  J  i  "ur  f '  r.iL'.'.'ui.  Choir  *0  fULUft^1  *  "tUMCI  ^  ^  ^,  s  (1  ImwKrd   M.-sli  '      Sail C'rul  ..������ V'aJ I N    . ������. i  -lull,  Labi'ador  I;lerring  and  OH Hand  P [ O N E E R M E fi T M A R K E'  ���������Aij{ir������T.si'"Oi:������v j?. c.  ! ��������� Tlie regular mqeting of (he  IMatsqui council was held on Jan  : Gth with all present except Coun  : Phinney, the reeve presiding.  The minutes of Dec. 2 and 11  jnnd 1.3 were adopted as read.  Mr. Purver interviewed the  council re the Sharpe road with  The council for 1017 is:    A. king for the Board's co-operat-'  McCallum. Reeve; ,J. T. A,ish, i!. ion:   inasmuch as the farming  Bixr.-snranrOTKSjmiJTOa'RBp^  -. winniKVWTWJaaEnrsaBtacHM!  fas���������  ��������� ��������� _  .   rr���������  our  in  U.       i-i |j-rf' **-4 Ji  ���������p^l  Q3b7i3  3  r  I5ECAUS3C   Ti'I'E  3JIi-{IIT  rEOPLj:   ARE  <   LOOKING FOSi y()UIt AD.  If you COULD, (although, OF COURSE, you  can't) stop every man you meet on the streets  asd ask: "Do you want to'buy a pair of shoes?"  (Or any other kind of goods) 'You might find  half a dozen who would say "Yes." Perhaps not  one of these, however, "would want to buy the  article, you want to sell.  if your., advertisement, however, were to be  printed in these columns this week, it would  "stop" EVERY MAN IN TOWN WHO WANTS  TO BUY SHOES, OR .CLOTHES, OR ANY.  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" anyone who didn't want to buy- That's the beauty,  of the advertising way of finding a buyer. The  ad. finds the buyer through' the simple process of  being easily and readily found BY the buyer -  And if, among the prospective buyers of goods,  there is one to whom your goods would be a bar-  . gain, and your acl. is a convincing one, you'll sell  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE .FOR- SALE)  liinnoy, R. Owen and E. .Mel-; industry of ii., C. has been'.jeop-  aiuier lor'couiicillors. jardized  by  the Chinese veget-  Thc Agricultural bylaw ca!led.^blc grower and pedlar who are -  for tho municipality lo lake ov-1 sapping the province-of thous-  er the agricultural   ground**   al  Gilford,' which carried with  amis  i:U  voting "yes" and 95 voting "no"  Th������ voting on the haliholi  ,    ,     .      ,, ,,     _,    day bylaw was as follows: I'or  a,view to having the matter set- ;\,y,  J  ,     .100   ,.    ��������� . ,   ,,,. ...  ,.1   i c Wee nesday 123; tor Saturday <iij  tied  Mr. C. Rummel, requesting in  structions re placing poles;on  the Glen more road, also those  on Home View street, Abbotsford.    Instructions were given.  Langley wrote re the unsatis  Purver and Page.  for Thursday 34 ; for Tuesday 9;  for Monday 5;  for   Friday   4;  for Sunday 1:  The   new   members   of   the  school board,    Messrs   Charles  Purver and H. F. Page were el-  .  ..    eel ed by acclamation. The  1917  factory collection   of   patriotic,schoo] board ig Trustees Wooler  and other funds and urging that!Conroyj Me]Tyfiel(i aud the two  the Dominion government take;1)ewl"  lectcfl members, Messrs  the matter over and make a levy  for necessary amounts   against  the properties, industries, natur-  , al resources, etc.   After   giving  consideration the council could  not see a clear way to endorse  this resolution.  Nine burials were reported at  Aberdeen cemetery during the  year. ,  Dr. Fort M. H. I., gave a favorable report of the health  conditions of the district during  the year. '  Pte. Chas. Utley a returned  soldier was reported at Clayburn.  Red Cross Have A  Very Busy  The Editor's Experiences"  tr/nnr a������ gt/*fTt������sj������ifKa.������MWQ.,ftTrtim,a;tj������Mia^3wjj.,JtrKgi ,ua i ���������UEUtun������^wuaixcsjccuxKE  Growers  &jj>  !������>  *Ls "is  I?]  bjiectotvi  ,"~\ /i. i.������  Vice-Pres.  '���������"-IP"  The Annual meeting of the  Hatzic Fruit Growers Association was held in the hall on Friday afternoon last.  A good attendance of members were present. The following officers were elected for the  year:  President���������J.  U. Lawrence.  A. A. Hitch.  ���������A. E. Catch pole.  Committee: T. Catherwood, R  Richardson, G. H. Moody, W.  .���������^<'r;s;ald, A. C. Fisher, A. E.  >:>.;) a:;d II. Monaghan.  A'-', bv.ti Mr*. Smith of Kerro-  ;���������;.. S::.3k.,   are   spending   the  u:ter with their daughter Mrs  E. P. Ferguson.  Mr. and Mrs. D. McGillivray  a":d family are taking up resi  ice in Vancouver.  IJ:  Vv  \  ]  (  > D /O'  uazsssszi:  \'  h Z 8      \i    ������  Ai, JL.L        ^-~JT *km.  u  ft���������4  ABBOTSFORD, B.C  Strictly  first-class-in every respect    The bar is  stocked with the.-best of wines,'liquor'and cigars,  RAT  iio,  S1.SO TO   S-2.00  PER   DAY  sa\SAtxo itasrj-xez fez:.  A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  The Jolliest and Best-Tempered men are those  who have the  Lea's Groceries are always Fresh  X   LEE,   Grocer   and   Balier  (From the Fraser Valley Record,  Some people who do not run  a paper miss half the joy in life  sometimes.  One day last week a portly old  gentleman came in to pay his  subscription to the JFraser Valley Record, and the editor rejoiced at seeing money in sight  said, You have some money for  me? "Yes," was the reply, "but  it is a mighty poor investment."  The editor took the money and  gave a receipt, feeling just as  happy as though he had more  sense.  Shortly a lady came in on other business, and casually mentioned' that the editor must be  "a poor canvasser" as she did  not take the paper. But all is  well she has the receipt and the  edicor has the dollar, spent for  gasoline at 40^ a gallon.  Then in came a man whom  we had forgotten we had on  the subscription list, and would  you believe it he paid up to date  and then some, remarking that  it was good to have the burden  oil his mind.  (From (.lie Fraser Vnlley Record  Ke<I Cross Balance Sheet  Bal on hand .   Mem. sold al. An. Lunch ..  Cakes sold at An. Lunch   2.50  Donation���������Ladies choir   Gl)..'<0  Donation���������Mis. Iligh School.. 11..'HI  Forndale School   : '. '1J.00  vC. P. R.Trackmen's Union .... J 00.00  Civic Excursion Committee.... 0.75  Boat Committee   3:1..80  Lantern   Entertainment     35.30  Refreshment Stand, Fair Day 77.10  Proceeds from dance refresh. 13.00  Raffles,Centre piece,Mrs Giles 27.00  Handnainted collar, Mrs. Dell 5.30  Masquerade  Ball,' Mrs.   Giles 45.SO  Juvenile Concert, Mrs. Stuart 1,9.20  s of dollars ��������� yearly,, and  whereas white people cannot  ivo aud educate their chidren  in ,ppen competition with Chinese, and whereas it is illegal to  peddle in almost any part of the  British Empire, and whereas it  is desirous that legitimate marketing be encouraged in B. C.  therefore be it resolved, that petitions be forwarded the Minister of Agriculture asking that  legislation be enacted at the  coming session of the Legislature, making it illegal to peddle  vegetables in the Province of  British Columbia, and that Orientals shall not sell vegetables  except in Oriental stores.  In answer the secretary was  instructed to write the Nicomeir  Island Ratepayers Association  that this Hoard cannot sec its  way (o support the resolution in  $ 5S.22:il-S present form.  10.3  gtis^iMlg^ll^oaMlMlinsiBiis^  $560.SS  J. H. JONES  Funeral Director ������������������  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  SilgEalRSEOUSlBimglgSIalliaSISIMlBllSI  i  Postage to" France  $  14.GO  Stamps   for   cheques   .............. .4 0  Rubber stamp and. pad   .90  Electric Light  75  Sundries,  J. Plumrldge   3.15  Cartage, Sewing Machines .... 1.5 0  Wool,  DesBrisay & Co  14 7.4 6  Flannelette (Van. Red Cross) '43.73  Flanelette. Desbrisay & Co  S2.16  Sewing Machine   10.00  Chairs    ��������� r  5.00  Sundries, parcels to trenches  DesBrisay & Co  8.35  Chocolate  7 .-  2.10  Plumridge    10.00  Bowie     8.60  Expenses for astnd, fair day 47.51  Mission Hardware T  2.00  HUGH Mci  Genera! Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  8388.21  Balanco    ' $172.67  $560.SS  Purchased material since above statement audited  ?76.3-  Board Gets Down To  Real Business  (From Fraser Valley Record  A communication   was   read  from the Nicomen Island Ratepayers   Association    enclosing  Then a nice lady came in and q1���������) following resolution and as  paid a dollar, and so flattered us  about how she liked the paper,  that the linotype worked faster  for the next couple of hours  than it had done for -many a  long day.  And only yesterday a fine  man came in and paid up to the  end of his year in 1918, saying-  he would not have to call a-  gain for a while, and looking  pleased.  This appears to be the month  for paying your subscription to gj^  the Fraser Valley Record and  if you have not yet got a receipt, don't forget that simoleoii  you owe the next time you are  on Hub Square.    Thanks.  FEED STABLES  D  EMERY, Proprietor.  TEAMING and DRAYING  WOOD and COAL For Sale  Orders  Promptly Filled  Auto  For llire.  Give us a call and you will  be used light every time.  ABBOTSFORD, 15.  C.  VJ2  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, .Meef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  mmmm^immm^mismsm^mswm ^msss^s^s&i  Word has been received that  Lance-Corporal Tarlton of the  Machine Gun section, 16th Canadian Scottish, has been recommended for Military Medal for  bravery on the filed of battle  during an engagement on October 12th.  He Votes For Sunday  As The Half Holiday  w  &  The final count at the Municipal office on Monday resulted in  the following being declared elected:  For Reeve���������McCallum 194.  Elliott 52.  For Councillor���������J. T. Aish 2G  and J. Poignant 24.  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished'  Thoroughly Modern  /~, p-*,  M.   MURPHY,   PROPRIETY  HUNTINGDON,  B   C.  .1  ���������u

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