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 \4  u������i.������- ^CTw*rit'T'iacBai������33cgra3TO������-^Bra3ismrriT*,.T^ ^wcucxaju  With which is inccrparstecF'The Huntingdon Star",  ���������> re ' M/l u '-5 B Ri f! HI'S ISZ"^?"���������-t ������**  Vol. XVII., No. 10.  4BB0TSF0UD, B, C,   Fj^ID-VY,   JAN. 17, 1919  ^^waw.iiiLin iJiiy^k^uAaraaiflacaBasaBoagn  gam-icaCTJAtAKjtaaEa.MujadiJBe:  iTtTi'Ullril IIB? |  ^  ft^  1/  ������  W  rtl-fcA'  3*  #:  :;1P������  ::----.'V.*;  f; I ������ V.A T IS KITAI iV , \v r i ,T, 15 (J :���������'  negol ia Liens  As an outcome of  c:trr:i:d on by Llio Canadian .Trado  fonmnssion Tor (he last, month, the  timber controller of Croat Britain  will purchase in Canada- half a  mil-  r-rr ^juttjl ,.^^.-:,-r  $1.00ter Year  PERSONALS  riAS I lie Reputation for giving its customers the very  best workmanship and'a. first-class service. Wc lead and  others follow. Those who have dealt. with us claim that  our expert mechanic, Frank Brown, is the right man in  the right place.  We'have added GASOLINE, TIRES and OILS to our  full line of Ford ..parts.  'Sec the jv. K. Auto Repair expert when you have any  car troubles.  Seven passenger Cadillac FOR HIRE.  F.frmers'  Phone���������One short, one long, one short  15. C.  Long Distance���������lid  1<> M���������Residence i'hone  r������UIT MfOKTIXG1  AT HATZIC  At the request of the Hat-zic Association Mr. J. A. Grant; the prairie  market commissioner, addressed the  growers yesterday afternoon at the  hall at Hatzic.  There was a good attendance ol'  growers. t  Mr. Grant referred Lo his new method of cooling the fruit cars.. A fan  is.placed in ths car and driven by the  car wheels. While the car"'is standing a motor may be- used for making  the fan go. The arrangement is very  simple and would appear to be the  right thing in tho right place and the  Hatzic growers are enthused with the  idea and will adopt it this year if it  is possible to induce tha company to  listen to them.  It would appear Lo be in order for  the growers in every part of the Valley Lo Lake the matter up with the  express company and uri;e that the  new cooling system be put into effect imediateiy.  M. Grant stated that the Brine  Tank Car had not" given satisfaction  and had been condemned by American growers. He advocates the Bohn  system.  Mr. Grant also addressed the meeting on the bsst way to market the  fruit and it is reported some very  excellent advice was given the growers which they intend Lo put inLo effect this summer. He also reported  that 2 cars had arrived in Winnipeg  in very poor condition, while from  Puyallup 35 cars had arrived in good  condition. There must be a reason  as tho latler shipment came a very  much greater distance than the other  Mr. Grant also recommended the  use of a ventilated crate for rhubarb  The present, cnite doi;s noL permit, the  rhubarb to stand up well. '  Mr. W. J. Manson acted .as chairman, and ti. II. Moody as'secretary.  Slgg.;;   ���������-���������������������������"���������S'S-'*'''  >ii>i:-^^0!U2Jui-aSS2S������sSS^Sei!SS^S^^  Sir   irsimnr   (ireemvood,     .Morufcpr     oi'     LU.v<l  George's   Cabinet  and   educated   ul   Toronto  TIIIHKT IS  IMTISIOTiC  OOMMOK SHXStt SAWS  J JOS. T.  W  Prosperity Should Not he Permitted  To, Mule ?>reed  of Savins  Governor  Ciiiii   Murs  .ti!  civil   lift)  Kiny's  lYiiiloi.'   (if  Quebec.  J. J. MACIvAV DUOS JiV  A' K W   WMSTiUI������\STIflii  W'side, agent-general for the province  in Great LiriLain, and he will deal  directly with the Limber controller.  This lumber is Lo be bought within  Lhe next twelve months. H will re-  prosent a LoLal transaction in money  value of about ?-i0,000,000. The  necessary Canadian credit which rendered possible tiiis large lumber  transaction was announced by cable  from London as having been arrang-  edsoine weeks ago, botwesn the Do-  minion government and the Imperial  government. Some of the largest  Hon. " T. W. McGarry. Provincial ! companies -in Britain "aro undcrtak-  Trear-urer for the province .of Ontario j'ir'y large liousing schemes. They  is a .firm believ.?.r in- the "gospel ot-j'r<2,JOSHiKe that'the expansion of fact-  thrift and a strong supporter of the ; oi-ics depends primarily upon provid-,  War Savings Stamp Campaign. In ������  recent statement' lie says: ���������  "Years of progress and prosper)!v  have fended���������quite naturally���������-lo  make Canadians forget of the fine,  homely virtue of Thrift which was so  admirable a trait in the character of  our Canadian pioneers. As a people  we do not know what Thrift means,  as it is understood in Great Urilain I  and lihiropc.���������Ihe small daily'person- J  al economies which enable a"man not  only to live within his income, whai-!  ever il may he; hut to save something j Lhe council rooms on Wednesday al"  every year, ami which in (he agjjro-1 Lenioon with a large and very repre's  gate makes a nation rich. France >      ,   ,- ,���������  Mivini. in nln ,,..,..i   ,-,.  ,    i. -i ��������� ! cnlaLive audience,  (.pnoi   to tne war)   is a striking ex  Mr. Langley has sold his- ' phco  down on 'the I'ppcr Sumas road and  la ,'--oii:g to Vancouver lo live tor tho  ptvsoiH.     Mr.   Langley'has  not boon  ,    well and intends taking LroaLmenL'tor  Mou slandards of lumber, oquivah-mL   afll,imH  wncn   u''th   his  family.  (in  tho  dominion    to     1,000,000.r,o0 '     Miss Margaret and John  KuLckin-  ,s(iuavf. feet.. The lumber, whit-.h is lo 1 son spent, last, weekend in Vancouver  be of all grades, will he bought under       Tho'Roach family that bought (he  thy direction of the lumber ennrroher   duller place have sold to a man from  hro-.'.gh British brokerage housos and j Regina and they have gone to Van-'  couver to live. Mr. Jim Roach, is  teaching in the Sprot-Shaw Business  CoBcge.  Mr. John Call formerly of the camp  of the A. T.'T. Co., is now at Sow-  art's, Clayburn.  Mrs. Hannah Fraser went to her  daughter's, Mrs. Steffan's in Chill-  wack to celebrate Donald Eraser's  birthday. Donald is attending high  school there, having started the new  term.  iVJr. William Fraser's son, Mr. John  Fraser and his wife from New Westminster are visiting with the Fraser  family this week.  , Next Sunday January- 19  St. Mathews church hold, their annual nieet-  Canadinn limber agents in London  \w'.:o will deal directly with Lhe Can-  Kid'au 'lumber,, producers. Jt is'iir.der-  j:(ood that every Canadian producer  i'wKo is rc^istfc.'cti on the lisi.'j of the  > Hoan; cf Trade at Ottawa will Le  ,H.'v-on an equal opportunity to sell.  There :i.'.so is to be an allocation  cf purchases upon a territorial basis,  thm-s assuring a fair proportion of Lhe  pu'.hascs to WersLcrn Canada. All  Briush Columbia lumbermen are  re-pj-LSentPd in London by L. C. Real,  iii'iber commissioner for Lhe province  \, ho is attached to tlie staff of F. (  ing after Lhe service 8:-15 a full attendance of all interested please attend.  Miss Henry from Hatzic is substituting for Mis Simlctt who has gone  back to her sister Mrs. Sanson for a  month to rest up.  Mrs. Winson spent last week end  with her friend Mrs. Fibs in Vancouver.  Mrs. H. B. Hill spent Thursday in ���������  Vancouver on business. '  Mrs. William Faddon and kj.o'r neico  Miss Nellie Fadden, wont Wednesday-.  Jan   8lh  as delegates  to  tho -annual'  ing workers with proper homes. Brit-, meeting of the Women's Institute in  ish Columbia will benefit very ma  teriatly as a result of the negotiations just closed. British Columbia's  j share of this business will keep all  j her mills working for a year and a  ' half al, Lhe leaL.s  HOLD ANNUAL MKEX1XG  The annual nice Ling of Lhe Mission  Agricultural Asocial ion was held  in  Pioneer of Province and    For    Sonic  Tears Resident of Ashcroft  That Ihe people of Kamioops are  a live-to the necossily of action in the  mat ter of presenting the merits of (ho  Id Cariboo wagon  road route to Lhe  public and Hie'proper "authorities iiv  connection  with  the proposed    con-  . slructlon  of .Lhe - connecting  link  of  \the 'Canadian  Highway, is evidenced  : by the  fact  that  they  have  formed  .'an organization to  work for Lho ac-  cepLance of-the. Fraser River Route  The people of MerriLL and Lhe Nicola  Valley are vitally interested  in   this  same matter, if (hey only realized it,  and  should   bo  taking steps  Lo     do  their part in  this    saiua connection:  The opening up of a, highway  from  the coast',that' will  give 'direct  connection   Lo   the   highway   system   of  thiu valley is a  very important matter, and one the'Herald has had considerable Lo say regarding in Lhe past.  i���������MerriLL Herald.  New Westminster, Jan. 14.���������John  James MacKay, a pioneer of tho province sines JS81, and former city  treasurer here, died at Lhe Royal Columbian Hospital yesterday afternoon  in his sixty-seventh year.  Coming to the province in 1881,  Mr. Mackay was employed in the government telegraph and postoflice service, was with the C. P. R. for a Lime  and in 1882 became agent and general manager for the British Columbia  Express Company at Yal9, when supplies to the Cariboo country were  brought that far by steamboat up the  Fraser River.  Afterward, at Ashcroft, lie became  secretary, treasurer, auditor ..and one  of tho directors of this company.  Ho��������� resigned there in 1898, and  came to Vancouver, where for a time  ho was Interested in a manufacturing  biscuit company. Resigning there lie  wont Lo New Westminster, and for. a  time operated a stationery store in  that city. In 1 009 he sold out, and  the following year was made city  treasurer, which position he held  with distinction until failing health  compelled him Lo relinquish ofllco'a-  boul live years ago. He had been  confined, to the hospital hero for the  past Lhree years.  ample of a nation made rich  by individual thrift.  "To-day Canada is facing a big war  debt incurred in defending our country from a ruthless foe. Wc have got  Lo I'ooL Lhe bill in one way or another, and what easier or more profitable  way  than by saving our money and  lending it at  good   interest  Lo :Gov-  ernment in Lhe form of War Savings  Stamps?    Thrift is patriotic- common  sense.    Small investments in Government securities have been the foundation of many a fortune, and the War  Savings  system. oughL  to garner  an  enormous harvest of    small    chan.ue  from Canadians, old and young, ri<7h  and  poor alike.''' I  TIIK ANXIAL MMNTIXtJ  A surprise party was hold .at the  home of Mrs. Everett for her daughter Constance Carter last Thursday  evening. The parly wenL on Lhe B.  C. 10. R. and mot at DeLair by Mr.  Watson with his car. All had a very  enjoyable Lime.  The anual meeting of the Mission  City Women's InstiLute will be held  in the Library on January 22nd at  2: o0 p. m.  All members are requested to nmke  an  effort to attend  as  we  waul,  decide on the best time Lo scud  Miss Hayes to'visit'Mission.  Miss Hayes has boon engaged  an otllcial of the'.Department- of Agn  culture as organizer and tlcmonstra  tor for Women's lnst.iLutefi.-in  15. ('-.-  Members' aro asked to make.an effort. Lo bring, at least one now. mom  bur to start Now Year.  io  or  as  A movement is under way Lo raise  money enough Lo mecL lhe mortgage  on  Lhe building.  The following oflicers and directors  were appointed  for Lhe year-:  President���������W. T. Abbott.  First Vice-President���������S.   Smith.  2nd Vice-President���������C. J. Ward.  Secretary���������C. McDiarmid.  Auditor���������J.  C.  Mclnl.yi-e. '  Directors���������JO. Osborne, R  Everett  J. B. Cade, M. McLean, T. Urcarloy^  T. Thompson, W.. Elliott, D. Gibbard,  Dr. Darby, C. A. Baton, F.  C. Blott,  J.   B.   Miller,   F.   \V.   Hunter,  T.   H.  Norlhcoto,   Mrs.   Lambardo,   Mrs.   M.  Ueade, -Mrs.  Solloway,  Mrs.  Middle-  ton..  Now Westminster. t At that meeting  Mrs. Fadden was elected member of  Lhe advisory committee, which entailed a further trip Lo Victoria to a  moeting this week which she enjoyed very much.  Mr. Bediow is recovering from a  severe attack of "flu" and tho children are better too.  Mr. Alder was here last week with  Lhe Bod low family.  Nineteen eighteen was Lhe most  successful year in Lhe history of the  Abbotsford Presbyterian church, it  was stated at Lhe annual meeting of  the church oh Friday evening Inst.  ILeporLs showing gratifying progress  in all departments were presented by  the various organizations. The minister Rev. Wm. Robertson acLed'as  chairman and Mr. Chas. Wallace is  secretary. During the evening oflicers and heads of departments were  elected and plans for this coining  year were considered, after which the  ladies served refreshments. A social  time was spent for a few minutes.  Mr. Hunt is out again after an at.-  tack of sciatica for a few days.  Mr. McGowan was a visitor to Vancouver this week.  . Mrs. McMenemy    entertained    the  knitting club on Tuesday.  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Hill  have  bought a  businesss in Armstrong    faking    up  their residence Lhero next. week. Miss  Hill intends staying with  Lhem  and   *  Miss Clippard is going for a. while.  I'RASIOR-THOMP.SON ROUTE  IS PKOVUN .MOST FIOASlBLi'-J  The funeral of  the  late John Anderson of Stave  River,  was held on  J Wednesday to the Hatzic cemetery.  r VICTORIA. Jan. 9. in an interview today Mr. F. W. Andcroii, member for Kamioops, staled that he was  continuing investigation into the merits of Lhe proposed Eraser-Thompson  trans-provincial highway rout'-. Ho  has already secured data to jirov.o  that'this route is easily the most feasible on the- auLhority of the b;:sl.  engineers, and that it. can be constructed at a cost far below that  which would be required for tho pro  posed Hope-Princeton, route.  "   I  We arc opening out a.full lino of NJSW STOCK���������BOOTS  and SHOES, DRY GOODS, MEN'S and LADIES' WEAR,  direct from the Manul'acturers.  A mil ASSOKTMEXT of WnOTsS direct from importers  Ask us for anything; if we haven't got it, we will procure  it for you.  OUR GROCERIES ARE FRESH and .VRICES RIGJIT.  0(JK'MOTTO:���������SatisfricHo.il or your money back.  The most up-to-thc-minufc Stock, in' the Fraser Valley.  COMMENCING February G we will close every Thursday  afternoon at 1 p. in.  17  . R. WHITCHELO  Canada Food Board Licence No. S-19707 PAGE TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  8**W  /TH  rfffi ABBOTSFORD POS1  A-GptJjI ijoAa poqsxiqnd:-  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919.  throughout 1910 and also preserved  the came Lime, Lhe machinery which  the government has been enabled to  present to the country those adimiv  able securities���������Victory .Bonds and  Thrift Stamps which will conduce to  the habit, of thrift.  Wait Uhti  ine'  rianiisig" Memorial Trees'  The Icsgoiis in economy and investment taught the country during Lhe  war must not he lorg'otum now that  Die world has relumed Lo peace.  ' It  is   true   Lhal.  hard-headed   business, men  everywhere    believe     this  voar and several more years to come  will witness unprecedented prosperity  throughout   Lhe   world.    An   Eastern  banking authority, for instance, has  very recently made Lhe positive statement that ������������������merchants" shelves all over  the country are  barer  than  they  wero before, on account of trade restrictions and the paucity of transportation during war-time."  Consequently, while it suggestg'Lh-  thought that -shrov/d merchants may  go slow in 'stocking up' to any great,  extent because of tho prospect of a  steady decline in nricss.1 the necessity  for establishing li.u.s of goods ueplot ���������  ed or exhausted daring the struggio  will result in "hand Lo mouth"' buying on such an enormous scale as to  offer 'a splendid market for all tho  manufacturing nations wliosu business intents arc alive to the opportunity. "������������������  In other words, one may regard tuc  future with cheerfulness, despite the  dark pictures painted by some observers who are inclined to overestimate  the influence exerted on world affairs  by the elements which recently were  Lime indebte'dnoss, that it must finance this debt by, taxation and that  even during-a period of prosperity,  the people must save for whatever  future time of lessoned business activity there,may be in store for this  people or for the world.  Those who have been purchasing  War Saving Stamps must continue .to  do so, if'the Treasury Department  goes through with its plans for Lhe issue of a llUO Se'"ies ������': Uiesc llltract"  ive securities.  Those who have been buying Victory Bonds must prepare to "come  through" when Lhe next loan freelj  predicted is presented .some Lime in  the future.  In ihe interim. iL is Lhe part of prudence to continue piling un savings  or to invest, them in ��������� substantial  things rather than to squander them  in Lhe way that America dissipated itis  revenue during other periods of pros  perity.  There is no reason Lo cease buying  necessities. .     (tree is l0 be placed a bronze tab  Tlvre is no call upon the eitiy.cn Lo ; ll ^        .       /, _  n nf n,n ,mn  The suggestion made by,the  American" Forestry Association  that Lincoln Highway should  b������ shaded'by memorial trees  has met with instant 'favour.  Trees indigenous to each locai-  ,Ly will be selected and cared  /or by the communities through  which the highway passes.  Some patriots living far from  [he Highway have decided , to  ireate groves of trees as meni-  >rials not alone to their dead  >.ut to notable epochs- of the war  ���������3vcn including expressions  ,vhich have become immortal.  Every soldier and sailor who  ' went from the Borough of Manhattan is assured of a memorial  t-c-e- the Park Department oi  New York City haying already  contracted for forty American  elms for this purpose. Tne  L.pecies selected flourish-^ ".n  the latitude oi'- Manhattan and  attains to a. fine size. The trees  are to be planted in a long line  j in Central Park and   on    each  deny himself reasonable luxuries.  There is no necessity for. pinch-  penny cconimies.  Individuals and families can live  well,' can enjoy Lo Lhe full Lhe financial resources that they possess aud  still practice a sane   and    reasonable  zz^^^������^���������^^sz  ���������isli elections.  from  the  lamentable  effects  of  ButtT'a. .���������lln...t no* not D.   .-* l)m- ������W m.y -������o ��������������� ���������������= *  blind to the fact that the country has  incurred an enormous amount, of war-  Lure.  Let us cling Lo the habit of thrift  'Very often a subscriber will, call a number ami  iraAlmoHt instantaneous connection��������� is ������^;  lished, will hung MP and try again later.     "V"���������  -that minutes have elapsed while, in realilj, it H.������s  lu������en but a lew seconds.  Thiundine up of your telephone recover moan-  th- t vo ��������� time a.ul the time and labor of the opera-  torhasbeeu wasted. If the called party comes on  <s.������������ line the operator has to explain.  U'\^U.\% at your telephone until you get a report or the called parly answers means the satin*  in the time and effort of three parties.  BRITISH. COLUMBIA TELEPHONE. Co.  Limited  pnAWN'ov R. E. Johnston, and puhjbmed.by the counrcsv or "Satukoav N.omt.'  IN FLANDERS FIELDS    ;  An Arjl'imcnt for'the War Loan  Touonto  In F!:i,!i<!".:���������.���������! fields (lie poppies blow  Bi;l ween ihe crosses, row on cow,  Th:i,t mark our place, and in the shy  The larks, still bravely singin,';, Hy,  Scarce heard amid lhe guns,below.  yVo are the dead; short days ago  Wc lived, felt dawn, saw sunset tflow,  Loral siili.l v.- iv. loved, and now wo lie  In Flanders fields.  Take up our 'quarrel with llic fee!  To yoi: from failin.u; lia:nls we throw  "t'io torch; heyouw lo hold it hi$.\  11 ye break fail h with us who die  We shall not sleep, I hough poppies grow  in Flanders fields.  let bearing (he name of the man  to he remembered.    The result  will be a beautiful avenue from  which no tree will be allowed to  disappear through lack of care.  The trees selected are nursery  grown and are already  thirty  feet hieh and eight to ten inches in diameter. The .transplanting will probably occur, in April  as that is the best season for  such work in that locality, livery detail will be attended to by--  the Manhattan branches, of tne  Council of National Defence.  There is   certain   to   result  from the memorial tree movement a much-needed   awakening to the decorative value    of.  frees and the necessity for their  systematic and intelligent planting and care.    Paris was the  first great city to    attempt   to  solve the baffling problem    of  securing tree growth along the  paved   roadways   and   streets.  New York adopted Paris method  and modified them to meet additional problems due    to   the  shallow depth of soil on Man  hattan.  As finally worked out the one  who plants trees for the Borough of Manhattan   must   provide first of all an excavation  three feet deep by four by six  feet.    This is to be filled witn  excellent soil to within six inches of the top, the soil well tamped about the roots of the transplanted tree.    An iron grating  the full size of the excavation  but in two parts and having an  18 inch circular opening in the  middle for the tree trunk is the  next requisite.      This   grating  rests on the sidewalk material.  In  the space between the soil  and the grating it is possible  for a large amount of water to  reach the roots and there is   a  chance for the escape of gases  which permeate the soil   of   a  large city.    It is also possible to  cultivate the   soil   underneath  the grating by stirring it frequently with a specially devised  tool.     Liquid fertilizer can be  easily applied after cultivation.  Trees planted several years a-  go in an effort to try out this  scheme are flourishing in  the  same spot where trees planted  in the old way have invariably  died or at least have not flourished.      Where soil was   unusual iy poor,gratings have been  increased to eight feet each way  aud a fine lot of trees is the result.    It almost seems as if every one who can should plant a  tree to keep alive the realization of the desolation sown   by  the Huns in Belgium and northern France where not one tree  survives.   IC"p,������.y   work   seems  nn ihr* claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  ��������� newBpSpS^vSiBkS a good many unnecessary adver-  j] Using schemes are sold to business men.  The wlans for buying are usually made in. the home at  the wann Hreskle, not when the family is on an amuse-  ment jaunt.  Supplementary advertising includes all advertising  11 outside of newspaper advertising.  peculiarly fitted to women it is  that of perfecting the. movement for instilling lessons ot  patriotism into the hearts of  children.  The Mission Municipality Teachers  Association will bo held at the Mission Schol, Saturday, January 25th,  nt '.. p. m. A11 teachers in the nuini-  cipl.alily are requested to be present  il! nosiblo.  J. H; JONES'  Funeral Director  AGENT   FOIl   HEAD8TONKS  Phone Connection. Mission City  ( ll THE ABBOTSFORD POST  PAGE THREfl%  'Uin-iLXiij.n^.mjr.^. i. M.o.(.���������_^,JJi���������WJ-.rmT^r^-yr.  3SEta5J3iS������uSS=KS>3EaS:  Envelopes  Hub Square  -������'V     ���������'-������������������   t������     &���������  acl^riiaiiii:  iah't'..  ;aaver-?  ttis'es  -goods <  ���������-���������ft?6  lows  /'hisx^  ^adveriiseme^  ^.lioiiivto.ilie; /people :to;>:fte������l:;;:iiis::'  ;:sinceFity;]^  f;T-his;i-;;.:ipap.er i;;f hast 'ia^:^oiia:?fi3e^  /^circulation?^  ,:wilI^Teach};^  :spends yhis-;:;; money tin--.: tiis- ������ wh':  /province./?^//^//-  irrnr3K2?nn2Kw[R<v*/2a ^  :'-y������v;', ������������������ v- .-'."^������������������*:"  j:;!;.v;Tliis of f ice ::ia^ equipped: ::witli:  'an::y;.a'ssortment,S;:dfr:type\>and^  paper that;will /insure/:'a .per-/  feet-and artistic piecepf'work.  Mitnaamnuj  When next you see a good,  well executed piece of printed  matter, whether it is business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any of the numerous printed articles, examine 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  and receives  "Printing that h  n *-  ���������       o  Proves -  i ���������,.  ^ice/  [n|itpioris  Oireylars  pickets  lenus  n*tc������ Hac.  if  liable  &'    Mission City  pg������aBTOW8MiiiaMu������iMamaaafaBBBir<  '���������si^ii PAGE SIX  THE ABBOTSFCpD POST, ABBOtSFOBD, B. C.  .������'   .'-"'���������'    " ""M"."gJ*iP^  aas  SIMPLIFYING THE  INDIAN .UUZiUKKIillt  WAS SOON CAI'TURKI)  ������,...i^imu  J IB    MKRCliANT    knows that every article in his  store is a .bargain "tor SOME-CODY���������for somebody ||  who lives in his store-territory.  The real estate operator and agent know that every  | piece of properly on their lists is a "bargain" for SOMEONE���������for someone who lives here, or hereabouts or comes  from the prairies. ,  The landlord knows that his tenantless'.store or office,  for house,  or apartment is exactly what SOMEBODY is  looking for���������somebody who MAY live   actually, in   the ||  neighborhood.  The householder, with a furnished room to  knows, that to SOMEONE in town it would appeal  prettiest "one-room home" possible to find.  The owner of a "used but usefnV article of value, no  longer personally needed, knows that, to SOMEBODY in  town- the chance to buy it at a reasonable cash price  would be welcome.'  rent,  as the  'Chief  A'lam   and   Indian   Police   >fi>  ' I,ci>;l Do Sonic Ureal Work  For all of these people? adTcrMsisig" in this lic.vs-  pfiper affords the only practical"way to find their  especial "somebodies"���������to go into the eroV/d and  pick out, unerringly, the "right people."    ::     ::  The Jrdian murderer, Alex Ignace,  who kilh'd his wife on lhe reservation  just   across   the   Thompson   river   at r  kamioops  and .immediately, escaped _  to .the hills and   was captured  early i  tho following morning    after    being  hunted   over  the  steep   hills  of   the  reservation by a band of Indian trailers in   charge of  the    two     officers.  They found where he had built a lire  north of Lhe Seven Mile camp, which  ! was   surrounded   but   the   murderer  ! had seen the men coming and 'escaped  j retracing his steps back to the vill-  ! age,' where  he entered  his shack  to  i get food and extra clothing. The of-  | fleers expected, that he might do this  :and left some Indians on guard, who  took him in to custody "as soon as ho  entered Lhe shack and held him until  the arrival of Chief Adam who placed  him under arrest and brought him to  Kamioops, where he was confined in  the provincial jail.    The Indian told  his-captors   that, he' watched   them  trailing along the hill from a hiding  place in  tlie bush and  said  that  ho  had his rifle with plenty of ammunition and could have picked oc everyone of  th'jm.  Ignace appeared before Magistrate  Wisher, who heard the evidence and  remanded  him  for eight days.  i ' Miss Florence Stevens, the now  j Domestic Science teacher, arrived in  'Mission City this week and started  ion her duties in the school.  1  ������2  JU  1 ?������������;������& 8.     IVJ  C. A. SUMNER, ��������� Prop.  BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL  COD EGGS,     BUTTER  KIPPERED COD BACON,      HAMS  DRIED COD SALT    PORK   -  SALT BLACK  Specialties.  JOLOGNA,"   COOKED HAMPURE PORK,  SAUSAGE,  The HatKic Fruit Growers" Associa-  ��������� d hc-ld their directors meeting this  week when W. J..Manson was appointed President, J. G. Vosburg, Vice-  jPresident and G. II. Moody as secretary-treasurer.  j A general meeting will be held on  ���������Monday evening next to discuss this  year's business and offers from eastern canners.  Ei  Earoa  License No. 9-12923  4'-'  Mr., F. S. Farmer of Birtle, Man.,  and formerly of Mission City, in a  recent communication to this paper  says: "Tell all inquiring friends that,  W2 are still able to raise and sell  $2.24 wheat and had a good crop  last year. The weather is 40 below  j zero on the morning of writing."  A H K A IVniFU L ST A NI > A K D  OK LIVING  The first requisites with us aro'  quality, purity, freshness. We cater  to those who insist on a healthful  standard of living. The best ted pep-  plo are the happiest and most robust.  No trouble/for you to be among tho  number.  Use LEE'S FRESH GROCERIES.  Uuun������e   No.  8-28S38  License   No.   5-1088  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer  See me now about that Insurance  '���������'  o  I AC  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for. sale at low prices.  Finest quality.-  !cCa!llum  Abbotsfcid .  A masquerade ball will be held in  tlie roller rink on February 14th.  The New President of tlie C  u  e JL      e  THE Presidency of so vest a sys-  ���������tom  as   that   of  the  Canadian  Pacific Railway Is uo easy position  to fill���������so varied are the interests ;-and   covering so   large and  manifold  a  territory.    Tho railway  itself    has    eighty    thousand    employees and more mileage even than  any   of   the   great   systems   of   the  United  States���������no  less  than   1S.G00  miles   of   track   being  operated   or  controlled   from   Montreal.    ?he   C.  P.    R.    Telegraphs    comprise   over  100.000  miles  of wire  with no less  than   15,000 o.Tices   where  messages  may   be   received.    The   C.   P. "ft  hotels,   ihvolv.ng an   Investment  of  over������������������ $25,000,000   and   representing!  eighteen    caravanserais    from    the  small.station  hotel to the huge edifices at'Quebec, Winnipeg. Calgary,  Banff,  Lake Louise.  Vancouver and  Victoria���������the   Vancouver  Hotel,  for  instance,   having   establishment   of  050 rooms���������involve great responsibility.    Then   there  are  the   lands   in  Western   Canada  with  the $17,000,-  000  irrigation   scheme  west of Calgary and the extensive colonization  programme   of    ready-made    farms  and tho like.    The mining and smelt- '  ing   interests   of   the   C.   P_   R.   in  British Columbia are also consider-  ah'e, involving not only a large investment' of  capital   but  also" relations   with  a   labor  element  which -  has be-m somewhat difficult to man-  ngj.    Then    aaain    there    are    the  Farm������rs? and Travelers  trade; solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern'  M-   MURPHY,  PROPRIETCH  HUNTINGDON,  B   C.  MR.  'ST1 .���������\eUS S.lm*ai Montreal, with other large shops also at Winnipeg and CalglryT'where so muc^ C fv* r-'i *  ing stock and  equipment is built and   repaired. U" Cx tio-rc-!"  ' Subsidiary to the railway company itself are the Canadian Pacific Ocean Services renre-ntW ,-t,* ���������r *^  ���������:i"^'"BT������T������^.o'&rw- am"������u" :��������������� ���������������������������"���������moo ton.,. a���������d ^vi(.tairs.'nr.'?!sTc!'i"1f1is-  ABBOTSFORD  iiSTRiCT BOARD OF   TRADE  President, Hope Alan* &n   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotswet, B C.  Meeting Held Fir&t Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regardrng-maniifacturing- sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  lt-ne district,, and industries already, established,        J/J  Owing to Its economic position the Canadian Pacific is naturally of prept in'err*  IHVn       'in/-?     tl r\    n/irtnrtnitn    lnt.lHl..il      , ~     1M..1..     ...      , , .   .      - _     .   to * la'K'  Among the many  public  history has many chapters  at, the are of forty-one, becom  classic continent of opportu  dent of the C. P. R., a sign  talent of tho' highest class."  Mr.   P.catty  was  born  Henry Beatty. n. pro  the C. P. II. service  Vi'lG.  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for-  summer months.  Get fchem at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  ���������as  born   in   Thoro'.d,   Ontario,   fortv-ouo years aro   nf Pr-T^Nn r^���������,,*     ,,    ,   ,  mlnent steamship owner.   He graduated fror^ f������50r^In?  in 1901; in tho legal department.   II, waa appointed vlce^realdon't in IsA. ald'dWn^Tf  VI  ���������'I  ���������U  '4,  iff  ������<���������������������  1  '���������������&$:  r'  ;;���������;;..'������ J'vjl  .!  tT'JbJfl  'K  SI  " ���������', 1  a^it-M  '1  wWi  ,11  llll  "v  1<������js������5  IsKSPiS  <3?.

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