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 f.  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  TKC  , Vol. XV L, No. 12.  \BBOTSFORD. B, G. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1913  \<4Mp>8      $1.00 per Year  raipiHiB^^  By the ton  *uy Eggs  tssBsssaBSBSMEsaBBBna  Cunadii  Board   License   No.   0-1SS0  ���������0r3EBBESBJB^^  EXA^NATliOJfS  "HIGH" SCHOOL  Loenard Ereckson Wrinch, a Vancouver-taught pupil takes first place  in the province, capturing the $150  scholarship and the Governor-General silver medal with S77 marks in  'junior matriculation. The following  are the local results.  - ���������-   AftKOTSJFORi"*  CENTKH''  Abbotsford .Superior School���������Advanced course, junior grade; maximum marks, 100; number of candidates 1;  passed, 0.  MAPLE RIDGE CENTKE  Haney Superior School���������Intermediate Grade, Maximum marks,  ,110 0. Number of candidates, 1 ; passed.   1.  Malcolm Nicholson,   092.  Junior Matriculation, Maximum  marks 1000. Number of candidates  1; passed, 0. Granted supplemental  examination,  1.  Maple Ridge Superior School���������  Junior Matriculation. Number of  candidates; 8; passed, 3. Marjorie E.  Trembath, 631: Eunice E. Baillie,  C21; Wilford L. Stevens, 592.  MATSQUT   CENTRE  Matsqui High School���������Intermediate Grade, Maximum marks, 1100.  Number of candidates. 3; passed, 3.  Elizabeth E. Lancaster, 7 05; Thomas  S. Carmichael, GS9; - Margaret C.  Stenersen. 641.  MISSION     CENTRE  Mission High School���������Advanced  course, junior grade. Maximum  marks, 1000. Number of candidates,  5; passed 5, Islay B. Noble, 624;  Sheila R. Connellan, 622; Bertha W.  MacDonald, 62 0; Gladys E. Mac-  Donald, 575;  Mary 1. MacLean, 539.  Junior matriculation. Maximum  marks, 1000. Number of candidates,  1; passed, 0.     , ,  Private Study���������Junior' matriculation. Maximum marks, 1000. Number of candidates, 3; passed, 1.  Granted  supplemental  examinations,  1.  Completed    jynior    matriculation,  Beatrice L. Lehman.  SHOULD KEEP GIVING  TO PATRIOTIC FUND  * RATT-PURVEJl  The marriage took place on July  4th of ������������������Miss Frances' ���������Batt, daughter  of Mr. P. Batt, of Straiton,.to Mr.  Glen Purver, of Clayburn. The ceremony was performed at the residence  of the bride's sister, Mrs. Todd, Vancouver. The newly married couple  will reside at Clayburn.  15Y-  ELECTION TO 'FILL SEATS  The Sumas council will probably  make arrangements at their next  meeting on August 3rd, for an election to fill the two councillorships at  present vacant���������That of Frank Mun-  ro and Luther Lamson.  Mr. Wilber Ryason and Miss Dona  Hamilton of Nooksack, Wash., were  united in marriage at Mission City  today by Rev. G. McDiarmid. Mr.  Ryason wil shortly leave for the front  Miss Ina Fraser who attended the  Chilliwack school, headed the list in  the junior matriculation examinations. She brought the Chilliwack  honors back to Abbotsford.  Important Request ii> Made To    All  Subscribers  Contributors to the Canadian Patriotic Fund are asked to continue  their, contributions. and ��������� donations, to  the'fund "until March 31, 1919, as it  is most essential that all promises  shall be fulfilled till such time a,s  parliament can pass an act empowering the government to provide for the  purpose.  In this connection a circular-letter  has been sent by lieutenant-governor to all brandies of the fund in  British Columbia, which says in part:  "At a meeting of the national executive committee of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund, held at Ottawa on  the 16th of May, if was unanimously decided that after tho 31st of  March, 19 19. no further campaigns  would be inaugurated for voluntary  subscriptions, but that any additional  revenue thereafter required should  be sought from the federal government. This cannot be procured until the next session of the Dominion  Parliament. It is expected that th?  contributions in hand, and those  tvhich are to come in under promise  until the date above mentioned, will  be...sufficient for the requirements of  ,the fund, and the national executive  held, with confidence, the opinion  that there will be no abatement during the ensuing nine months of payment from voluntary sources. The  I various committees are requested tc  ask contributors to continue until  the 31st of March next, all promises  which have been made, to expire at  the end of this calendar year. An  important factor in this decision  lies in tlie fact that the war loan and  other government requirements largely monopolize the majority of the  sources from which revenue has in  the past been derived."  The financial statement of the  Canadian Patriotic Fund for B. C.  dating from August 1914 to March  31, 191S, has just been published  and contains many interesting items.  Out of the $35,000,000 raised in  Canada $2,67 3,68 3 was contributed  in this province.  There were at the end of the fiscal  year 6,761 families receiving grants  and the disbursements for the year  amounted to ���������$1,808,484.00. being  $223,620.06 more than the previous  year. Up to the present time B.C.  has drawn upon the central fund  for an amount exceeding our contribution by $1,317,778.51. According  to present indications we shall require in round figures $2,000,000. If  the contributions in this province  are equal to those of the past year  p.. C. will require to draw on the  general fund to the extent of $1,000,-  000.  In September, 1915 there were in  B. C. 01 branches, now there are  103.  TO THI'l MISSION EJ'iUlTGIiOWEUS  ���������(By  Marry, O.ir Market Reporter)  ,     Upper Sumas W. I; was voted $25  J at the last meeting of the council.  Fra-  for-  becn  from  (li'roni Uio Vniser Valley Uoeon.1)  You are advised by flic Market  Comissiouer al, Calgary to incrcaso  your'acreage of strawberries ami  raspberries to > nit this inan'y whims  and fancies. This injunction was  given to you in Market Report No. 6  dated  July   .13Lli,  1918.  Tho dope as handed to the Fraser  Valley growers, is to the effect that  ,heir strawberries are not wanted on  the prairies, when he says "We have  recommended that t*ue Marshall berry be not grown for prairie shipment. This is a fine jam berry and  can bo grown profitably in tho Fraser Valley, both for home consumption and the jam  factory."  Above this statement he furthei  states that. Vancouver Island and the  Kootenays should take unto themselves that which is not theirs by  publishing the-tact that these districts can take care of the growing  prairie markets,-and the Fraser Valley should keep away from these easy  pickings,  Ts this dope of the Market Commissioner's sincere,or is he pulling  for his home district?  The Kootenays do not conflict with  Gordon Head for the ' reason that  this district is two weeks later in  getting to the peak of the picking,  and between the two would have r���������  very easy time. \  The Fraser Vulley was in this  strawberry game many years before  Vancouver island dared take a  chance in shipping to the prairies,  ���������and also in the-'gamc-befero -Kootenay knew that they could'grow a  berry of any sort. ,  What puzles the majority of the  berry growers here is why Mr. Grant  should have the audacity to ask the  growers to break away from a business that they are pioneers jn.  His suggestion appeal's to bo made  in  gross  ignorance,   or   else   by   de-'  sign.  Now To Tho Story  IDver since the first crate of  ser Valley strawberries went  word this season, we have  greeted Avifh howls and wails  the Market Comissiouer with regards  to the pack, the color, the variety,  the condition and what not else.  All these ravings happened in sequence or in other words one at a  time.  Instead of coming out Hat-footed  with the information that he did  not know anything about strawberries, he made some very caustic remarks to the effect that the growers  in this district were not doing the  right thing in the way of shipping.  To the outsiders who read this  "Bull in the Bulletin" it would appear, that there was not an honest  grower in this district, and all the  honest ones were at Gordon Head.  We received our first bouquet with  regards to good berries at the self  same time that we were informed  that the last car of Gordon Head  berries were rolling to the prairies.  This looks too cut and dried. It  sounds like, while our berries arc in  the limelight, please keep away. See  report No. 4.  We know what the trouble is with  regard to the. condition of Mission  strawberries on arrival. It is nothing else but the rotten deal that we  are receiving from the transportation company. ���������  Make a comparison of conditions  as they exist between Gordon Head  and Mission.  Gordon Head is situated at Victoria's back door, and therefore can  get all the pickers that are needeo.  Gordon Head has only a few miles  to haul her berries, on good roads  with an iced car waiting to pre-coo!  the berries. From the time the car  is loaded, vo the time the car gets  to Calgary or other points, these berries are under ice and ventilation,  and have very few chances of spoiling  before being handled by the wholesale trade.  Now, the conditions are very much  different in the Fraser Valley. In  the first place we have a difficulty  in getting pickers when most needed, and when successful in getting a  picking gang together along comes  the mosquitoes to upset matters.  Notwihstanding     the     difficulties,  the crop is usually picked in good  shape, and should 501 to Ihe pruirio  destinations in good condition.  ln comparison with Victoria, we  arc very much mitigated agaiur.it. In  tho first place the roads arc not in  very good condition! int ho second-  place wo have not a decent place to  assemble our berries for shipment:  thirdly, after these berries are in  the hands of the transportation company our troubles only begin to  commence. The following is the  usual handling that Fraser Valley  berries receive before being delivered to the wholesalers on the prairies.  At the comencement of the season,  when shipments are li^ht, and prices  are good, we are obliged to have our  berries carried in a line car mixed  up with all kinds of miscellaneous  merchandise that happens to be in  this car on arrival at Hammond. If  the shipments. from that point are  at all large, the shipment is stacked  into the car anywhere' from twenty  high. "When Mission is readied, the  shipments from here are- stacked  right up against the Hammond lot.  with no' semblance of ventilation.  The Hatzic stuff is next in turn, and'  if shipments from there are any  where large, it is a job to find room  for the berries without having to  move the Hammond and , Mission  stuff and stack it up a little higher.  Now, when this car gets along the  lin.e a, little, things are very warm.  The heat in the car is very often  enough to cook these berries and  thoy are in bad shape before they  get .over  the -Rockies.  After arrival in Calgary tliey are  subjected to another rough handling  The train has about a half hour to  unload stuff that" took twice to-three  times as  long to load.    As"the berries are taken from tho car. they are  mixed  up  like a pack  of cards, and  the next handling is to separate the  sheep from the goats.      This operation takes  from one to three hours,  and  is performed in the hot  sun if  the shipment is on No. 4.    The next  handling  is  to  the  wagons, then  to  the   warehouse   where   inspection   is  made.    Can you wonder that strawberries arrive in    bad    order    when  hipped to tlie wholesalers.  There arc at least ten handlings  before .these berries are delivered to  the retailers, and if .to country merchants the handling will be a duplicate of those above mentioned, multiplied by two. '  With the ventilator car the methods are very similar. This car is not  put into service until shipments are  large enough to warrant it's use.  When these shipments are heavy the  car is invariably1 overlooked, and decidedly overheated. Records will  show that these deductions are correct.  When the ventilator car, was first  put into use this year, fruit from  Here arrived in good shape, for the  reason that there was plenty of room  and sufficient ventilation, but immediately the tonnage was heavy, complaints came from every point of the  compass. The market commissioner  comes out with a lot of second rate  information every week, and denies  that  the  fruit is  spoiled  in  transit.  Transportation is the only obstacle  between failure and success so far as  tho fruit growers are concerned, in  this or any other section of the country, and if the market commissioner  would bend his efforts in this direction and get us better facilities he  would have something to brag about  after fulfilling this object. He has  been barking up the wrong tree for  two years now, and it is pretty nearly  time that he arrived at some definite  conclusion, instead of harping on a  new theory ������very week in his report.  The Red Cross forwarded on July  1.1th to Ward. II., Vancouver 56 pair  of socks, 28 suits of pyjamas, the  work of two months. This society is  doing good work and should be well  supported not only by help but by  funds, and the secretary will be delighted to receive donations to carry  on the work. .When the war is won  you will probably wish you had been  a little more liberalwith your money  ! Don't give yourself and chancos for  regrets as the money is needed now.  Arrangements are being made to  open another brick yard near -Iv.il-  garde at the Indian reservation.  PERSONALS  Mr. McDonald of A. P. Slade & Co  has* been in the Vancouver Uospita.  for  some'  time.  Mr. Alanson and Jean were in Abbotsford last week. Hard to keep  away from Abbotsford-.    '  Miss Annie-.McPhee is spending  some of her holidays in. Ladner.  BORN���������To Mr. and Mrs. Jon������e,  July 15th; a daughter.  Mrs. King and Irvine returned  from Crescent on Sunday after spend  ing two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. CH.  Alanson.  ���������Mr. Parton was taken suddenly 111  on Monday evening.and had medical  assitsance.    He is better again,  again.  The Ladies Aid meeting will he  held at the home of Mrs. John McCallum  on  the  Yale road.  Mrs. Albin Johnson- has returned-  to her home after a lengthy visit in  Los Angeles with her sisters.'  Mr. C. R'. Edwards from Calgary  spent a few days with his brother  in-law last week.  Mrs. Leo and family are holidaying  at Birch Bay.'-  Rev. Mr. Fraser of Aldergrovo occupied the pulpit last Sunday during'  tho absence of Rev.  Robinson.  The raspberry social under the  auspices of the Ladies' Aid given at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. McMenemy  last Friday night was a great success. The house was filled with> a  bunch of merrymakers. A splendid  programmo was rendered. Among  those taking part were: Violin, Mr.  Williams; Hr. Tapp, Miss Jessie  Coogan; Song solos, Mr. Martin, Mrs  Cootes,. Mrs. John McCallum, Dr.  Chalmers; Piano solos, Miss Steedo.  Miss Helen McCallum, Miss Evolyn  McMenemy and some duets and recitations. Collections amounted to  over $13.00.  Mrs. McGowan, with her two  daughters, Marguerite and Maude,  have gone to Taconia to visit Mr. and  Mrs.  Scotsvold.  Flight Lieutenant Wm. Hill-Tout  who is flying in France, is about to  get ,a three months' holiday and is  likely to take a trip home.  EXCELLENT WORK IN  OUR PUBLIC SCHOOL  A perusal of the results of the entrance examinations and a comparison of Abbotsford public school with  others will show that the principal  of our schol, Miss Urquhart, has been  doing faithful work, os no. matter  how proud we are of the ability of  our boys and girls, the guiding hand  in the studies is an important factor.  The marks obtained by the pupils  not much range between the highest  and lowest, shows that all were  taught systematically.  We all congratulate the boys and  girls and their teacher, and it is  hoped Abbotsford will have her services next year.  COMMEMORATION   SERVICES"  Commemoration services will be  held in the Gazley Hall on Monday  August 5th and an interesting programme will be given, cf song, music  etc., but the principal item on the  programme will be Rev. C. C. Owen  of Vancouver, who recently returned  from the front, who will givo a talk  on the work that is being done there  The French Red Cross has sent out  an urgent call for needed funds to  all points and a collection will be  taken up for this purpose, and it is  hoped that all will come prepared  fo give a little���������-as much as you can  ���������-to assist one of our Allies.  Sunday it is probable special services will be given in all our churches to commemorate a date which not  many of us will forget, and the next  day, Monday, will be an excellent  day to give aid to the French Red  Cross.  THE FRASER RIVER!  Even yet old Father Fraser back-:  ing up to Sumas Prairie is bothering  the farmers. It would be a good i-  dea to use some of that $10,000 to  put in small dykes for some of the  farmers; or now that the provincial  government has some good land a-  long the P. G. E. to offer equal value  there for lands on Sumas for those  who would take it. &AGE FOUR  i:n;  is;  lb:  l'V.  '������������������i i  ' :-'.ul   :  pi:!)!''  Th  Wl'/  roi'.di  .'���������.I.  Hid.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday,  j. >, Bates, MtoiMi^P^^  ""���������"'"^^^ '���������" mil DAY, JULY  20,  '    age and !>^>1(3 ^ u, ������   onnratcs a store, ranch, s������ nu  ���������������ut ;nn' r0il'u' ovV ���������  lYem   blacUsmitbiug work just -  1   l������   ti.o, Luce   made  ^ ^   - AHl.-������rofl Journal UulL  ���������k,   to   tne.M^  t.^L_    ,    |      Kollowillg  tho  i.cc.it u.cU ol.  :S������0rtB"   i-Oip,i   rr'Kootenay  received  The  bishop   oi    -u   ,    u 0 ionKlish  KeVCn new .nembeib into U con.  ,.Uurcli  at Trail ^rr!h^CuvLis Iamjly  m-matlon service.-   ������no v,i  aunl,llod f.0Urr,^  SVibutiona  from  5S.547.69. interesting  Cvofton    people    .al������       Vecls    on  thcinaolvoB i������ coppor    Piosnu  Mount     Brenton,    neai  Creek. . o-pneral manager  ������������������:������������������ [.lie vi-oiilo. ,    t KElownn  !"''���������S,S  to-- U.o .������'=���������'������*  , , - ��������� cf   be'c'Siiniateu. ,   .  ;,.���������'������������������������������������   a  nair of auto fives is  ! _ .        V-V/-1 r  .��������� .  ivi.rp  smoother  the a  l^-^^lr'^ldnoib.sogr.at  iUS(. |.) , n   ui - Tutos bo tax  tw     K"    I In*   I'"'. ,        nvi'lV    V. 11������  '-^���������-^^'Joi^rn-hod'^of^sUig  "   "   '   l V- -   ������ >v   i?nto   is   uol   ni-cii  a*104 X"?' *S,j"*������ ������'is ������">  ^Vnl* Uu.t ������re i-oads     -  n,,    -?* tho  ���������>:^t^������"u������S  , ���������...���������.-..,,     nut vn> iU,v- '��������� b '     <-oi)0 -  S^unLulreuay.collcciccLaowb^OO.  Ov,a  r.iMnia-i > ��������� --ono  ������������������"i*-n������ now   -���������   ��������� , ,       ...  M-h.-.i- arc some  ioOOo  '-"-        L  fund. ������������������f wtrh   at   Ashcroit  niUr  .     f.1(,  ivovince.   winch   a ,.      annual   noUiucn   ^    ,       -, 27.  ^s,s rv������_^ ������: -sl^ft, ,,-ui������B.pr-������ rts  DERATES WITH YO  ' '        '������������������������������������* 0f. co-operation is in the  ���������T,10T-anovor      It xneane "that  ,      Uie mora yea an   u tQ  degree ��������� of  benent coming  yd1rSe!C." -t to your telephone service.  ,     Al)Ply Jt yS\nt    onerntors, ado-  You have   e^6^ the more you  you be Pl^8^'    Ml'ot    Uie company-  Y0U  Wl1 ^'^t^i to heartily co-  c-.uleavors a- all i^~ cr,ving,Uie pub-  utility.  i    TTiilversitv of ^-c  Major R, W. ������^kJ^^^^!  M.  $-1,000   was  Kamlcops paper,  referring  17  to  f.",:^ ihe average taxauon o,t ^   j,     A Kamioop, ^j.   W(.h|    pay8  : ::"(';,-hich is lotuns    ������   ������ ��������� ^^(U.   bathers at  the    c������y                    BtnrL.  ���������V"-,    p-isy     would    make    ^'������l''-Q | -i.ookcrs-on  s.i>   tn������u            L ..ppeiw-  ?S;;0^ then  there ^U*  ^Oj ^ in bathing di ������������������s- -uvs .     ^  yrivllogs oi  luijii-e. < 4000 a  ^^d^S^^OOO.This  num iiow for au os--a  ^c ;uno  amount in UboU.    A ad   ^ q[ this?  owners get mach u. ; t.urniturc  lovia".'  ���������r>r^  i n pv "re conimand-  ThcY believe that ^"������- "       nudo and  ..d iv the Almighty to go Uc0  llNf   ^co=^dwi,  they will soon be^ alld  liaJl.ln IhoBumo^j  .       lbl    lollo  0Uier annua s and th ib vs:  without ^othes.���������N^" ocnls  Twonty-rour.dolj"^  wasthefotan^^;^Ul.cUUcton on  l.wo-day  cclc^-a..u.-  .inly 1  and  ������. .      , lw0 hun-  '   'l'"������ CUU^"sfonau"in the north  dl-cd acres of '-.-'- j.     5s  (ho  Bll(l  of   Kolowi,a   I     ' ,irin   an  latest, project ������r u roduCtion, "������-  effort, to ^cl?.^0rn-,^d of Ihe Hals,  prove" the " U ;'  ;cmi0  producing  an(l   to.CJ,TtUoaaniollino.  2iitcrpv.se ol the - NVnfc  0uaMn     ^m?.. b ii on  the boom  llr0wncd  wh le  li^^ ^  Jum  Ifctf  f/I  LL//JIMA 'TELEPUQNE Co.  Limii  ANNOUNCEMEN'l  tew: I'KiN'Ms'  A������K N<������W AT  WOKK  ������N  K,Vri������lr-"-'������  ,  jdrowi.uu   "���������';iB^;^nW11  near  hi.ro  ctnvted 10,000 bank     L Chasc.    A >ollIlb.11. ��������� r.,,-,\w  Since the war suited 10, ^.^ \. ; ^  ;        io    hive    enlisted,  Canada    ha\c  ll1- ,~, nu.nr.'l    l.vCt  by  5,000  ���������<��������� niv-pvs Avhat they  Things a^jt NcWa man  ^ocm. accorduig to a "close  u���������" -YCBL.&ation. wax  ho im^ieen un^..e to I 0  in s3:il.us wax, nee i. d food  cat '.n cat-g������o.     Even ���������u r  Racialists have f^aea  ^rc Ln wariare.    wo:n^.-(^eCnwood Lodge. ed  ^dvsmithci^.ath^.^.,,  !.r^.t oran^^- to ^  KrS^r ^Ved^e ad-  ;-aiioe.���������Cowichan  faciei ^ low  Whetlior.thedispayint^etwitll  aL Chase.     A  >o u. CMlLUooU  tried to save him ^ ,,nCNV c  The Trail N^8 ^ miles of Trail  a postoffice ^.lllu"'.., Austrian G  where a ^Uviev-"������Y-S ir.a^-^ rifht  handling his niajcst>  now.' . .   ,,���������.,,,   are'slvong     on  Tuc  Doukhoboia   a pagB  song, ^ys the Pii^o up  any  0'  t^irrAver at almoat  British Columbia Directory-  ' tn FIVE MAIN SECTIONS  Coini'il''tl  number the  so I  c/.lur  Thoi't.  ,   .ii"ill'-''   CT'jt   tli^"    ���������  ;.,!.-  [hen  they ^t tlu.-i.   goa.  "-'.Jn:.P l-.-o 'kinds of  goais,    -  hero ve.o t..o  i goat.  SXS.S ������������- ^- *���������""  much trouble.  looking at the s ow, ^       ^y Uie  bottles were Ml ^e TeiCgrani  whole show --^f ^vlce  of  the  The advance  in th-  i t0  Saturday ^0^0-1 fxo^  s^ourUvS-f^^:tdof  l-?d-lX��������� St    adv^ced    for  suhsc.'ii-^ 'pic'han Leader.  twoyoa.rs.���������Co-.icin n  Who,is that young ^an  1        ^  tJn lis Kle. ^^sis an exchange  hill Horn Ro^.^-^ Forks  owns  Gas Evans  of  Gi- I",���������r]lS] whore  Gas   liiviuia  -;   -      ��������� ^orbs. whore  anonhavdoutrntae^^  IT.OVIKCIAL  KI3W9  1TKMS  "ne  United ^S.    ������[>f B]������������  loops,  i������  asKiui,,   1   -��������� iiumad-  embargo  on ^.nio  -boij-   o������    _n  lately ronioved a    a  anonhavdoutint^-; tWheu  he prints his jvcel ^c.t ^ gjjCg  ho gets t;-jed P; k ;o ^ iclcs 1JUES  out into tne said.n the  treeS]  L- Thpir airs n^������ ^u "     r_  acstion.    Then an  h.  wlerdness. sometlunB a  &  HawailRtl  lall "Coffle all^ye bltl0 tliese  -Farewell to TJiee cr0SScut sa^  sounds with t at oi a lieaVy  or an autoniobile^cin ^^ , it  grade'. andJ^J^J:   WOULD TAX^AUTOS^^  K()Al)g  rTr.iq.-,c������ of the  Government ^ia\^u\lPnd and  ,jrlGdS0S connecting ^J^and the  Sea island wuh t.ie m- lng the  raisin:;  of  funds  L01   co road9  harder racing^l ue on    u  in  tho Prov^ce pa principal  Tj0Wer  M^unlandjore    a conference  subjects ot ^cu^ between  M^ ���������  cf Tnu..u. ..^.u.n.,!.���������.-   A������o^ d:iia|  co  r-iaT5Sil ,;'        l-,n������ls    ���������Vl.nlK-r.       Mi..."S.     l'������^"^' Ml!(in  V-,U .-over  inn,- (��������������������������������� ������u-vno1(In,.a ... i>.u������Hh in(i s(j|Ul,lirill8 ...  (,A/-      ,���������,   P,ov1ik.,.  Sl.������W-.������B ,0<:l{!01'1( ..^.....cs, ,������oi������������l������tn,nt ,H',-  U Ur wliiU li- -y������oPs������ ������l ofpi|hI| ,   IIWII���������   ,11,-n,,-,  , v ,,! xcKTH'Al.   niUBCTOllY  of  n������     ;-   ������������������ -^ ��������������������������� (liKlri,,s.  '   nrtU-le. ...      .   ,:st 0f poimlsir trade n:u������:'H ������>I'������'--olt;  IXCORPOKATEB  Cill^  ; ,.;ice   will   bc   prcimrod   1������>    L..U-  covporiitod   cities   of   i������- ,     oi;nail.  ;::;::s,r;::: ���������f��������������� ���������������������������-*  WRIGLEY DIRECTORIES, Ltd.  J10-S1  METROPOT.ITAS   BLKO.  .V HAPPY U1������E  ������    T sec a nronunent  r.-Trs. Muggers���������I see-    _. _rw.  society belle is dead.  1 soci^t^    __.������������������.,��������� hi sst  li; there c-.'ci  ie/;   r ted p'cuing type no ,-   ;^ of discussio^t -^  Mr-  l^tTnto the garden  and PicUs   3U on  Saturaay  l^ot anfl tne  ������  the  ^VS"r SeTee.. His   Gerald,^ M^fG'ray and. RichgionJ  ������nd S^ne8ar the cemetery, and the   ree ^s oM^^ GUlosplo oL S-u.U So/e^tence on  ffitUS1   every    night-Green-   ana C^ ^ ^^oV^S while ������he.H-^  micr-l the pa-y oi laoc.^ia                        CCm\ection ^^',,���������vi i<? something un-       i"���������'��������� commissionei tne    u      .   1  ia^in Ulo NOCU.CO V.U* ...   ]?   |smitl,C=c,ewWi  ^  ���������  VANCOliVEii  sss*-svr x^*j  for" the full iu.i tit> ot " roon_ i;|  mined mid P������> ^L '% not belns: opcif  S SSS SV'^i^a at lea-t  11 ^'lease  wm ^^^.e^J  I'i'hld Tly-  w i.tcve,Available surface ij  to purchase   \hd^v,1'   Lsary lor  the w������.J  o������  Uio mine at ^������ ,l0a_lCaupUcaUon  sho!  F0r  full  ".rormiUon   app      D,,imI.tmc|  made to .the ^u>01������ o'auy agent cj  the interior, ������l.U   v'.,���������,i>i I  acont of Dominion LaiuU. ^   COUY_       !  Detuitv" Jlinis.ter o������ Irj  advei-tisenient   will  noi  Japanese woma,wuuu.in  suicide by shooting. 1 tulg deet  ;rattend" church. VBt hcre   neclc    ^^SS Saclntyre, forr  admit thifa.     vj. sonic 01 tut ua  t;,0 afu^lr ^���������^.'o0.!*,,. ana   tlon. ( .���������,������������������,��������� 2  .citizens gave >'.P "." ,,';,,,,���������,, Bm,idge������ |     A  tOOU   1 d. Ur,������- .  ^Creaton   lieviej; AvUlsky     in  Who  luahcs  tne   i -  Ncl9cn;-Oreenwoocl bcd|c ^p  in-order to g^10P8bt uie.Metl.  rer amnio.time to-aifc-- noW  Ur,t.   churclvat  ^d       ^    elgUt  -::;:u^CrS"nKeview  fptcr  STT.   for  rec,nt,y   son.   m   I"-'  "���������     .^   If���������' ^ ^s^lE!!!!"CC-  because l'e0,i,l0���������"   ,    '  IV"������*������^ <rom 1",at0 Ear"  3rvlco    at    "������"���������      fli       in nnt..9li C-olumm.,        ^^  ovlow-       ,  fined Uetitly at  Nanp.i-.no  at  an  li'vi*s ������<   VVsW0 ^k'js   ti.������������r  100   years.     ....     ,���������     ri,nort  V! !������������������ f.  ���������from  tiw- States. c0���������-  that the streets ol  nnns man. visiting ������������c, J0 t0 remain a  r.'toSfnaspastu.-eforco.-s  vmt'.on    at    RSe^JrX^So.W.'.^^S^t?.^.'..!  u;.-,Uea il    tllt'  uu loops  innocently  A. teacher i^Si^-,������  grammar yrote ^ ^^   were:  blackboard.       J; J'   . ;p    lGfr3.-  ana  -"^ Uf ,1^^    She"'said to To:n-  ^������������������rto^re'ScK^Stl and covi-sct  Funeral Director  | AOBST   FOB^AJ>8TOSJ  Phone Connection. Mission  1 WiTHliEMOM  arug ^re ������^et oou.f. I  :������-J���������;^tsCOo"UlOrenwood   con-  . ,������ ���������   , :','-S   in ������'������ ������rc"    ���������,^rtor pint o������|  ������������rfs ^n..w.C:, Vm- '������. lease -imwt; ^  '  ,t more than  w������m   ,. .     malwft a qu������ *'   ������ '    d ���������1  ... ������..������ T5-,-i������ A*'. .������ pj!Sf S^b*SSl5.J  ,J-SS">:' '������rll:,li,c A5''" '"'��������� ';:''"      - Li"n ',ai,y in'  S    ii ������'    the    f rS,b nos-u^es.       Donkho" s a  ; .��������� . ^'^ ������4 wrote  -^ j?" t" ^o^-Ston   Hjs ,0^  aso^un^ ^^  t e^ ���������evov  Cowiclian Leader, is ueu j  dchu .-;*;- uuoW11.    Massage  _.i,.,i   i,v   flections,   en     ,l"*-\'     .,..,..  anuUed     v,n/.a������   dlSappCtlr   ������������ J  gcrW'by   a^U������f;���������;.tory tho tract appUcJ  rights applied ioi   ait ������������ J  neck, arn.8 ana ������JJ^ reJ  freckles,  ta ,   9^VIaI1d bol  rashness .^X RW������ ^1 ��-r 11-
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MISSION CITY, B.C.
AVo   mend   cv
thing b;it
^.ouen lloarl.      m= ^ ^ o(|illppoa Bepair
^���~Jg  Shop in.Uie Fnisor Val.ey, ��.������-
�� -fc= ing a
-   J == pxTTKilV(MIA!',(i^XJ MACHINE
A   full  lino    ^ = M*1 ,li,K*
of               X == WSl01l   in   '.rouhle   KJvo   <>s   ��   <:im
Accessories       tfc = ,      ns��iir����.l  of  Courtesy
Always    on     JJ -   Vm  "'"              -       -   ...iilo,!
��� . 1 i. 'v
.tin lid V>\     ���    -----     ���
���..     #"'%"    ffOI'llIllCI1,
 Vl^l HYec  Air  At  All   Times
You  will  Do  ns��nr��"  ...   ���    ^
mM, square I)ci.U..J! ��J' ����r sk,llod     ��
Agents   for   |
Minions
ALicheiin
Tiro
-....-ss.y
^&i��M
'Now I'm happy I   I'cegola
parcel from   home
through
po^sZcu.m^;,i^
there toas one cocry
wc< k 1
MiSTAgncuItma! and
'"Arts Association .
���   "FAGS"
I�� ta,w�� K i��"i'i��- ""��"������ 8!^���m5US �����<���� i. ��*���
���Vou-ll ��lw��-�� sa out ta,.���,���l tho  *lro. -
,vhc��� .,������;,;o ,,��;;;, ��,����'",; '����.','. J ��- "J^Ti, t.�����,��i.
flee tor one year, ana siu,.-^-���-
"ClS' B��* Aate for election  mnst ,ave
at Toast a majority ot the ���tcs <��% v D,r.
business. '   EXHJ13ITiON
SP(,   ���. Th. S-ioty s.,a.. iioia ���� A;r'.-;cJfs
r,1,^^;;;tui;onVu,c,:��,-r��<-ru,o Soc,ety
at the Annual Meeting.   ,
rsivS f" $. ass.is -js>.,.;r��-.
?S!ss'v1^'������ - ".;:��������������������
Wlicn  yo"'"'  "J     '"^   lot  ot   f����-  1''1'1 ,llnll..l L���o .1 dozen Icol.
Then you Uimlv '     !';���   K���t  to   ��o  ii.-��)Ha���   Uio    > , ,��� k,y 9W0ul,
Why,  youH   feel  .1 Hl,,.���.�����.r bcurort   como
Th,-..   -Hen  you Hto,,  JJ g^^t "���Jirll'nT'iS-ff bn,^-,
And you    '.���'������'  "",;. "'.,������,������  not down  iin.l        ��� J     ' t c,tfnl.oll���,
W,ci.  B0.no  old  ��.�� ; JJll|1ViillHl ,������,. tncU.
We   ����n   do   ��lll.oy}/ij^p'tu;  nitio:.   ����'g|'-��  ������*irlll (U1(1 shoe,.
" $  -n t.rr'i.^-^ffij^rtSi '^ou I' you bet
-,     .H entries to ho in the haiHl.on.hc Secretary
1Wodays ieforo'the BxhibiUon l)& {n-
S5��Sa^r=^A--
last day of ����j���' Soclety are entitied to  tree
3 -Members ol me .o .
LI e name of the bona Iide^je awardod; or.
'rule is observed, no Pienumn * fihaM exublt
' r aVarded, withheld. H a J pe lhe bona
-J ^^^.mVJoa"i^ Prelum which may
fide owner, he \m[1
be awarded him--                mitries must be made in
bCG    m all other classes, entn<�� Iacturer8 on y,   ,
the'names of the producei:   �� Ulolr agents,
and bY such producers     ^lbClV for dolng so, and
biiorS aBSr n,��* but cannot eon.et
for the prizes offered. authorized agent
���been so, lie snaii .u"
awarded the article. .,     oa to enter tor com-
S   No person will lie J"?*��'     ln any one class
petmoi, more W��S��* lo Live Stock
011 d,;^n^.teto mast lie entered under some one
or   ���erii,eaa.'nVs in .lie ��.o - Jft    arU       B       0
.ft D��t..irniShe7tne editor. ^W^S
,,'e' J&ion. and Uie nuinbei- ot llu-f �� orticlo
(.-Lvd must remain atucntu
during the Exhibition. uncovered, or in such
U. Horses ��ust be slio^,.i allow,-and
a manner as ttie judges nia>    ec r rG.
'   ���} their oXbibito�� relus^to^buhmit ^^^   wm   bP
pointed to attend to that Jiutj shaU have a-
13. No animal or ai tic lo_ cmu J th(j awards
bout it any prize colors en  ca^s s_
�����avo been made m then^i ^peOv^ ^ ^
tn^e^^ .
the case of special prues oi
be rigidly enforced . Managers    shaii
16. The President and Bo"4 J     ^    E,,,ibltion
have supervision ot the ai
generally. dispute or misunder-
17. Should there a.is.any u Rulp3 d
standing not gc>vern^ bj the B> l^ ^ referred to
^rBSSof��ManaS-   whose decision    shall    bo
^AU Protests or ai^s mu st^e handetl to Secretary  in  filing two���� Jom b    &. d t
wards have been ma  e   accon i                   lnvestiga-
ot $1.00.    1 , * ��� jer the awttj        ^ nQt boe��� 8UB.
(,ed by the Kxecutive, t ic ]>         .    lf
talned, the deposi  sha1   be 10               Qf classifymg
S'o^arSe Su^X ot i *.��.
W2O0U'l,f,Spec,.,aT'pr���es shali roauire a social entry
nnLs classed as a s��=l>��^ee oxWi)it .
^^CT.^W-.r.    excenl    me
i-Sn "��SSu.ra m��S?�� ��*> ��wsha"tor-
ot tne oAlbitor ami mus   not Ira o       ^^  ^
hibition purposes only.
NAME
. OBJECT
r M.ia  c<orietv shall he to
- sec.  2. The J>�������� ^^e^soil .and the gen-
encourage the ^tivation o^ u. al res0urce3
eral development ot all tne db
of the Province.                   , ,���n(,h    0��   mechanical
branches oi n"111Ub
PRIZE LIST
irtvislONA.      I.raugbt ��<>rs��
.   Passcs will be granted to necessary help In.D.v-
iSi Divisions A. B. a D.sliail ee open only to mem
,WSnu-y""ceS��DWsion A. and B. ��.aU
each entry.
., ,'3_ Two-year-old  Colt -
-1.  One-year-old Colt ''
Sucking   Foal   : ���"\"\'^a,&on
Best Team harnessed to wajon
be 25
.$5.00
5.00
. 3.00
3.00
.. 3.00
5.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
6/ Best Team harnessed io ^^^u4ii0 lbs.)
General Purpose (between 1,-00 ,_QQ   ?3 Q
_ ,,,���ll!������        r-     AA Qf
...$5.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
^od mare7With'foarat foot .
Two-year-old colt  .-	
One-year-old  colt  ...r ���
Sucking colt  ������--	
Team harnessed to wagon ������������������������-
Single horse or mare, in harness
- ^am  f ���f-f JJre7n^^T..  5.00
Single hors2 oi mart* in u<*
$3.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
5.00     3.00
?3.00
3.00
DRIVING
16. Stallion
$5.00   $3.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
���. ^od�� ���nare;;vitirtoaTat loot ....
IS   Two-year-old colt 	
19   One-year-old  colt ���-- i-;-���
2o. Team in. harness to rig ���-"v;"-"";"" 3.0.O
ft. Single horse in ^ZeS"Z^ :'.'... 3.00
22   Saddle horce  Undei  saddle)   -        $M
23. Sucking coit "���y"""T\:""d^"'      3'0 0
24. Saddle pony under 14 hands	
CWTTLE���Shorthorn Pxhib_    ,
A1, pure oretl aiiunals ����&����%&  % tire
1   Bull, three years old and up 2 ()0
3.00
2.00
2.00
3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Bull, two years old
Bull, one year old ..:..
Cow, any ago  r--
1-1 el for, two years old
Heifer, one year old ...
Calf
���r--
3.00
3.00
3.00
.  3.00
.  3.0 0
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
1.00
Shorthorn���Grade
Cow, any a^e  ���-	
Heifer, two years old 	
Heifer, one year old  r""]".""."-
Calt    iioTstein
Bull, three years ond upwards ....
Bull, two years old  -
Bull, one year old  -.	
'. Cow.any age  - "_'
Heifer, two years old 	
'  Heifer, one year old 	
.'   Calf    r-i; """"J"	
liolstein���Gvude
).  Cow,  any  age   --���-- "
)   Heifer, two years old  -	
L.  Heifer,  one  year  old   	
i. Calf  	
Jersey
3   Bull,  three  years  and  upwards
4. Bull, two years old 	
5. Bull,  one year old    ���������
6. Cow, any age  -	
7   Heifer, two years old 	
8.  Heifer,  one  year  old   	
59.  Calf     "	
Jersey���Grade
JO. Cow,  any  age    ---���	
ii   Heifer, two years old 	
32. Heifer,  one  year old   --
33. Calf   ...
$3.00 $2.00
3.00 2.00
3.00    2.00
"  2.00     1.00
$4.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
$3.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
,  2.00
1.00
$3.00 $2.00
3.00 2.00
3.00' 2.00
2.00 LOO
.$4.00
.. 3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
1,3.00
2.00
2.00'
2.00
2.0v)
2.00
1.00
DIVISION   O.���Sheep
irntrv fee of ten    cents    each single
bntry   twenty-five cents for pens.
1   Ram, two shears and over	
2. Ewe, two shears and over 	
3. Ram, shearling -	
4. Ewe, shearling 	
5. Ram   lamb   	
G. Ewe lamb ...' --	
7. Three ewes  (pen)
$3.00 $2.00
3.00 2.00
3.00 2.00
2.00 1-00
entry    and
��������������(���**"-
..$2.00
. 2.00
. . 2.00
...  2.00
. 1.00
.  1.00
.  3.00
.. 2.00
MEMBERSHIP
"Tec   7. Any person being a inkier ot.Ujta.bo-
cleTy Bbo-tl be eligible to ^���^[\\���u������ and such
ceive a Prl��to* Xstl'l?X"?'publish, and havo
oilier matter* ai 1,1 ia Soc�� �� q( ^ So,1(,ty.
[roo admission to a" om��u
OFFICERS
Se0. 8. Th. omcers ""''"^rv^VresldS'a
sba^consist era 1 resn ent.^^Vt Director3| wU0
Secretary, Troa&uici. ..s# .
sh^cC��r ��� mS ana Directors shall hold oi-
8. Three ewe lambs  (pen)   	
DIVISION   D-
ri���s_Bcrk.shlro nnd Grade
E���try fee ten cents, each single ��ilr>
1 Boar,  any  ago : -       2.00
2 Sow, any ago           2.00
",   Sow and  Utter  ���-���������  2.00
'. Spring Pig. eight months     ^;--
Yorkshire and Gra<ic
n. Boar, any ago ..- ;;;;
G. Row,  any  ago    ������������ '"
7   Sow. and Utter  """,\"'""
Ii Spring pig, eight month.^~-
Any Other Breed
0   Boar,  any age  ���������- """"
10. Sow,   any   age    -��� ���-_
1 i    Sow and  litter  ""VC
���-���-Spring  Pig.  eight^montho   	
Store hog,  (any breed)
$1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.50
.50
2.00
1.00
.$2.00
.2.00
.. 2.00
'2.00
$1.00
1.00
1.0 ��
1.00
$1.0"
l.O'i
1.0'1
-.1.0"
$2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
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mrnmrn r'-l i^'ifii   trth; ,!<  V  lL)it,   i������>    -nff    j  J/.vy oifr,   I,,') fj,l(l  '''���������'fJ   /  .in:  1������1    ���������/:Im/;J/,/*,,���������    ,,..,���������,,,      ()  '/   iiOl)i������.  'Ml  r'   (���������  >">';  'I ������ 'I-.-/ ������.,ll I  'I'ir.j  I)/in   f  nursss.-v,,  "Wnam  .IIWWITJ,,^.^,.  /wf>   ������  ii-  ii:  HI  jui ,  I'd.  fill :  !>g ���������:  v.tl..'  On.:'  <l|i I  ������H f.  1 li li. I  ?tiH������  CM  (MM  0? If  im  flit J  |������n  tfn.l'  i'll  <*������V |  (III  flfl.lf   Oil  <i\\ )  ������lp  ������*o t  "0 ,  ������H1..I  u;i r  '���������* t *  on v  HM  I'll. 1-  '���������U  ������(' fr  4.1  00 15  iM  |i ������i. t  >���������>*/>;.  ������rfct-*^a**W*w^*^������ro������������,^'������������*^'������^^1t������*^"-v^  OVKh   TifilMM-i-JK'ii'rfiS  S'.lSrrK!;-  KX.-YAn.VATEO.NS,  Out'of !!).")(; iiiipi!:. who tried hi.y,h  school ���������-Milran';'e 'c.xaruiiKuioii.s in thia  Ijroviiu-L-) L-i :*'"., passed, May ' Mi;::don-.  aid oi i'onihaon "hending ���������-the list  with S77 marks out of a total ol  1 I0O.  Detr.Iled  local  results :i������ follows:  :,    /,.-!i.'..si<������������ Siunkipaiily  .    Ilnlzic���������Nil in her of candidates,   'I,  !.jf,:-'.?.;:-d,   0.  A'iii-.i)ioii Number of enndidatus, -1;  liiiKKu'd, o. Ida O. Wilkinson,' 7-12;  Kathleen 1\1. Liu-die; 0 00; Leslie W.  Jlardio, ."������������������) 1. "  Silvordal:}���������Number of candidates*  :-!; p;u-:;;'*'.l, 2. Anthony Gaglardi, 0;">2 :  Nellie .'.I.  liarpor, ;">r>0.  Xon-Mitiiicipal  Schools  ��������� J') e w C11 e y -- N niu b t: r ,. o I" can u i d a t e a,  1;  parried,  1.  Kioauor  tiroaricy, o7-l,.  Nicomen Island---Number of candidate, J: p.-iiised, J. Vera J-J. i'urdy.  0-1)2.  .M.-\:'i.pj HUKin. ciwnrv)  , Hammond���������-Number of candidates  G; passed, 4, Colin L. Wilson, 070;  lilvelyn Bayncs; 603; William Madill,  57<!; .Laura,Madill, f>73.  Hanoy���������Number of candidates, 2;  passed. 0.  J.illoqct, Soulh���������Number of candidates, 2; passed, 0.  Maple Pudge���������Number of .candidates, r>:  passed. f>.  ISmily iL Trein-  THB ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. &  .. rf*_'^ !lj���������������"j-  i r*t*c; v *������-,'������ *?*' tt ���������*.  Your Ad. in This'Paper  P.i  M^wt^y  '������  TCt?.*i!-c?"nr."iSEE.'iB!a."Tjaara  wsLTEas^CKiissBiasipaiaaa  i'J'.ti-'.i i  hfiih.   ii-L  liroozie   L   P. rooks,   027  Allan   D.   Baiilio.   (J2:,;   i\Iary   1'*.  Mc-  Farlane, Cli*;  Harry N. George. f>i>0.  Alexander Robinson���������Number of  candidates. 2; passed, 2: Kdythe 01-  wyn Newitt, (117; Kditlr A. .Ansell,  000.  Webster's Corners��������� Nam "nor of  candidates, 1; passed, l.'lieino M-  Alio,  HO3.  Raskin���������Number of candidalos, ?>  passed, 2. Norton Pitcln.lt:, t!1-.'*;  Angus Maxwell. fi5G.  Al!HOTSl'"OIlI)  CKXTtiK  Matsqui 3I������iiie.[>alil.v  Dunach���������Nunihor of candidates, 1  '  passed,   0.  Sumas  ]Mui.icii)ali(,Y  Huntingdon���������Number of candidate's, 1; passed, .1. Clare Yarwood,  CS4.  ��������� Mussehvhitc���������Number   of   candidates, 1; passed, 0.  NoR-?fh;n;cipal School  Ahbofsford���������Number of candidates  10, passed, 10. Thomas G. Shortreed  704; Helen Olsen, 702; Geo. Martin  073; Itohert Trethewey, C'., i; Annie  McPhee. 6."32; Pairol Little. G2(i; lCv-  elyn ?-:<iIson. G2G; Gordon Cuniniir.fXs  C02: Howard Little,' i.7'1 : Or hind  Zeigler,   H70.  KHADXKIl CIOXTliiQ  . A]!erdeen--Niunb;.'r   of   candidates  . 3, pm-'sed 2. Torsi Plugel, G2Li; driven  I-in gel,  riGl.  Pradner���������Number of candiales. 4  passed, 2. P. Elsie Laker, (iu4; Win.  I'].   Elliott,  044;   Stanley PGiiningtoL,  f)i)2.  Dunach���������Number of candidales 1 ;  passed  I.    Jessie II. McDonald, 51o.  Mt.   Lehman���������Number  ot   candid-  atos,  2;   passed  2.  Mabel M. Gibson,  578; 'Victor .C. Gibson. H7S.  ?.lATSQl."i   CM XT P.K  Clayburn���������Number ol' candidates,  1,   passed,  0.  G lenmorc���������N u m her of cand id si f on.  2:  nasscd, 1.     i'.ertha H.  IJ. NorOin,  r.f)K.  Matsciui���������Numher   of   candidates.  ���������7; passed, 4.      Agues M. Lancaster,  ti4ti:   Winnifred  M. Aish  G42;   Alma  Hougen, r>79 : Agnes ?.l. Knutseu 5 5 0  Ridgcdale���������Number of candidates,  --'i:  pascd, -2.    Ada A.  Dawson,  585;  -���������Alice M. Church, 554.  "HirjECAUSE TllI'MHCHT  PEOPLE'ARE  LOOKING FOtt YOUK AD.  < ���������  If you COULD (alLhough, 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 s������ods) You might'find  half a doze* 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 those columns this week, it would  "stop" EVERY MAN IN TOWN WHO WANTS  TO BUT SHOES,-OR -CLOTHES, OR ANY  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" anyone who didn't wiuit to bsjy:��������� That's the beauty  of the advertising way of findiHg a foayer. 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 goads,  there is one to whom your goods would be a bargain, and your ad. is a.'convincing one, you'll sell  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE FOR SALE)  V., ?iOSS_So^roirjararK������-/i^^  TRIO vnOIOIv LS SUL'I'ItKSSl'II) Farmers of Matsqui and those on  Sumas Prairie are being- offered $30  and $35 per ton for their hay in the  barn, unbaled. l-Jay will probably  reach over $50 a ton before the winter is over.  Our'bread'conies fresh from the oven  each morning in your own home town,  but we don't let it remain here long,  we proceed to distribute on prompt,  auto service. Are you,on our route?  There-is no reason why you should not  y;ef our bread while still warm.  We deliver Groceries from fresh stocic.  Liconso  So.   8-2853S  /^SSS^3S^i^^^S^Si^S^S^Ss=ss=  ��������������� * *-*. _���������-%. VtA  ���������"_ .  -C*:.  Victoria Paper-, Notoriously     Pacifist  iStopped by Ottawa  Victoria, 13. C, July 20.���������Acting  on instructions received from the secretary of state late last night, the  local police raided the ofiicea of The  Week newspaper this morning and  put into execution the orders of. the  Ottawa authorities r.o suppress the  'U!h!i. *.;lion  Ot(::\v'i. no reason is given for this  action and it is merely staled tr.at  ii'OM now on under pain of a line  of .-;,",0 00.. tho paper' shall not be  oirr-u'ialecl or be in the possession 3f  -Miy person.  This Avet weather has caught considerable hay out.  Mr. Allan  C.  Hill has accepted a   .._    __..,,  --.- position in our garage.       Mr.    Wag-  In the    message    from -ftait' is fortunate in securing the services of such  a first-class mechanic.  i.Iis'S   Marjorie   Madden   will   teach  the  Whatcom scliol next term.  It is probable that a now school  will be built near the municipal hall.  It is needed.  roni  now about that Insurance  I have a large andgs-plendid supply- of  Raspberry Canes for sale atjow prices.  Finest quality.  Abboisfcid  Mrs. Brock, sister of Mrs. Albin  Johnson, is visiting in Abbotsford for  a short time.  Mr.   P.   Hyriie,   Indian   Agent,   was  in the district on Thursday.  Mr. Wilfrid Fad den of the Flying  corps at Toronto, is home on ten  days' leave.  Mi*. J. McPhee was recently re-elected trustee for another term at tho  annual meeting. At the same meeting the trustees were allowed an increase for teachers' salaries.  The fellow with the team of In or  on the Chilliwack road who assists  (.he antes through the mud is coining real money these days.  Mr. J. McMurphy. immigration officer has moved to White Rock where  he will  be stationed permanently.  Mr. 0. A. Christie of Mission City  is with the Immigration department  at Huntingdon now.  LOST���������Near Peardonviile five  head year Holstein yearlings. Branded AB (A. B.) Finder pleas������ notify  M fti. Bowman, Abbotsford, R. R. 2.  DRESSMAKING and SEWING of  any kind. Apply to Mrs, Stewart,  Weatherhcad. Cotta.ee, corner of  Washington and Stave Laka Road,  Mission City, B. C.  ���������������������������'CTH.IWII'l^n.WMi.^'^.^a.JE  Farmers' and Travelers  e solicited.   .  Newly Fur  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY,   PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B'1 C.  aBS2ES^SS^2a2E325SS2ESE2  T  AiiQTSFMD   DISTRICT  BOARD OF   TRADE^  President, Hope 'Alanson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held FirstMonday of Each Month  Write the secretary "regarding- manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shi[)p;ng facilities and cheap power  n   or information'v^cii ding the farm and fruit landsor  iiv the district, and industries already established.       J)  v\N*-  ....,,  -*���������-" i"l"**giT7l"'i"-"  j'ijLm,.*]. ���������',.!t'. .. ���������ril^.M...���������*���������^-^^y  ;   wS^7^^Ba������aauiiiiaSw<x^^viiiOTnf,vfcy������fK"  Tim liniHur haviiif; read so much in (ho papetH about tho liriti.sh exploit in blocking Ostend, recently Jioti-  c'n'll (hat'town uiUi a visit to .see just what damage hud been done. .Judging from his peeviHli expression, he  saw it. The German ��������� naval oMicorH, shown hero "at heel' havo doubtless just finished explaining <o his iHn-  jesfv how (ho regrettable incident was allowed to occur. Note the sign at (lie Iei't offering shelter for two  iiiitidreU people, hulicating that Allied airiuen  have made the garrison a t Osteiul at least apprehensive.  UTTER WRAPPE  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  \ if.

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