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 ^  ���������..ft''?''J     ..T-'S^i'  f   ,  ir/.l  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star",  a_?j*jj''Aj(__i.Avjn rx~.  ���������__������������������  Vox, XVIL, No, 17.  4BB0TSF0RD. B, C.   FRIDAY, MARCH  8, 1919     (X        ������i^gb>8  j_j__uj_u___i.'"" '.'=���������.. ��������� ,'-tv'ij-eai__:a!  _____���������  ?1.00 per: Year  HAS tlie Reputation for giving its customers the very,  best workmanship and a first-class service. We lead and  others follow. Those who have dealt with us claim that  our expert mechanic, Frank Brown, is th������ right man in  the right place.'  We have added GASOLINE, TIRES and OILS to owr  full line of Ford parts.  See the K. K. Auto Repair expert when you have any  ear troubles.  Seven passenger Cadillac FOR HIRE. '. "-    . .  Farmers' Phone���������One ihort, one long, one short   ���������  Matsqui Council  In spite of the^ter/fiblG condition of:  'the roads the R.������eve and all the  'Councillors wore present at the regular meeting of the council, in the  municipal hall at Mt. Lehman on Saturday lant. Councillor Aish who has  Just returned from a trip to New  Zealand was in his place and duly  sworn in.  Tenders fo tlie work on the Ross  road were opened R. Peardon and  son being awarded the contract as  theirs was the lowest tender. The  respective tenders were $174,    $184  Mr. E. Gazley has been a visitor  to Abbotsford spending o, few days  with his mother.  Mrs. P, R. Edwards returned to  Vancouver .on Saturday after two  weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Zeigler.  Rev. Robertson and Mr. Alex. .McCallum attended a meeting' of the  Presbytery in .Vancouver, last' Thursday and Friday.-.  Miss Herkins spent last week end  In Vancouver  The Misses Dorothy and Florence  $175and $179. The contract for the   Par'ton and  Mr   Fred Parton  Bpent  B. C. Txmg Di*tauce���������88.  10 M���������Residence Phone  Ridgedale Notes  A most enjoyable    evening      was  spent,   in  spite  of  bad   weather,  on  Saturday evening, in Ridgedale Hall  where a  banquet was  given  by  the  ladies of the Red .Cress in honor of  the  ret; rned"' soldiers   Cadets  * Farr  and   Hk-Cding, " Lieut.- Aish, -Privates  TownelJ' and Wells.    The    hall , waa  tastefuljly decorated for-the-occasion.  ��������� with Red, White and  Blue and the  tables looked beautifully with carnations, and   daffodils,  and   the   many'  good things to eat, which the ladies  had provided.      A large story fruit  cake occupied the centre of the table  A splendid programme had been prepared.     Mr. Page acted as chairman  and  master  of  ceremonies,   opening  the banquet with an address of welcome to  the soldier boys, on behalf  of the Red Cross and those, present.  The boys each in turn gave a short  address thanking the ladies for their  kindness and expressions their warm  appreciation  for all they had  done,  both in giving the banquet, and tho  many comforts    they    had    received  while overseas.  There were musical numbers between each address. Those contributing were: Vocal solos by Miss Vera  Page and Miss Maggie Farr; Readings by Mrs. Reid and Miss Miller,  Song by Bert Farr; Mandolin Solo by  Prof. H. F. Kelso, The programme  closed by singing The Maple Leaf.  Mrs. Rottluff entertained the members of the Rotary Club on Friday-  evening.  Private Reginald Adams was one  of the B. C. men who returned from  overseas on Sunday.  Miss Annie Smith and Jean White  of Mission Junction spent " Sunday  with Mrs. Joe Smith.  Miss Isabel Farr of Vancouver was  home for the week end and attended  the banquet.  Lieut. Harold Aish and Miss Florence were visiting friends in Belling-  ham the week end.  Mrs. Roy Macheil is visiting her  parents in Vancouver.  Mrs. J. A. Hargitt of Mission City  spent the week end with Mrs. John  Reid.  Councillor Aish who has been on a  four months trip to Now' Zealand, returned home on Friday last.  STARTED WORK ON NEW  BUILDING ON WASHINGTON  .(From the Fraser Valley Kccord)  Mr. J. A. Hargitt, our enterprising  Ford, dealer has started the erection  ofaa,-5'0'x5Q.j;one- story building on  Washington 'Street, between his present place of, business and Tupper's llv  ery.;.-Soon the sound ;of the hammer  ancl-the saw.::wiir~-be heard again to  disturb'the quiet'monotony of the  past four or five years.  Mr. Fountain has the contract for  the new building and hopes to have  it finished in record time.  The building when completed will  bo occupied by Mr. J. A. Hargitt and  Mr. H. Alanson, the former, having  part of it for a show room and Mr.  Alanson for his new hardware store  in Mission City.  The building, frame with a brick  front will add much to the appearance of that part of the town, making  it quite as .big a business centre as  Hug Square.  work on the hill on the Burgess road  was awarded to J. Is.real for $115.00.  Three petitions for road work were  received   and  w������Te  referred  to  the  last week end In Vancouver.  BORN���������To- Mr.   and   Mrs.   John.  Bates of Huntingdon, March 5th, a  councillors for ths wards from which ida^5ht������r'    ,, ^ _ ,   *        ,  Mr. Donald Fraser sepnt, last week  the petitions came, with instructions  to examine roads and report r.o the  next .meeting of the council. The petitions were as follows:  . That a dangerous gulyl "or. water  course at the foot- of Baines hill at  intersection of -Afbbotsford road be  covered and filled' to a safe grade.  That a road be built on Aberdeen  hill beginning from the south side  of Yale'road at the old school house  leading directly south for about 20  rods. - ' ,  That the" road north of the old Mt.  Lehman landing be widened and the t Borden has the school here formerly  POULTRYMEN TO UNITE  Mr. Benson of dept of agriculture  met some of the poultry men on  Monday night in tho council chamber  and gave a talk on organization. He  is responsible for the organization  of the poultry men of Prince Edward  'Island where one of the best organizations in Canada is carried on very  much to the advantage of the poul-  trymen. If successful in inducing  Mission to join a B. C. organization  similar to Prince Edward Island It  will revolutionize the egg business  of B. C. and make it much better for  both the producer and consumer.  WHAT ABOUT THE NEW  GOVERNMENT BUILDING?  CONCERT IN ALEXANDRIA HALL  Frances Nickawa of Vancouver assisted by singers in Vancouver, and  dressed in the Creo Costume will give  an entertainment in the Alexandria  Hall on Saturday evening March 15th  under the auspices of the Presbyterian church. Miss Nickawa is an elocutionist of note and will be worth  hearing. See posters for further information.  HOPE PENTICTON ROAD SURVEY  Replying to Mr. Anderson of Kamloops, In...'tho Legislature, Hon. Dr.  Kittfi said that Mr. E. A. Cleveland  was paid $13,137 in 1911-12 for road  location surveys from Hope to- Princeton. The survey is 92.8 miles in  length, with a maximum gradient of  8 per cent for three miles, the summit being 4,4 8 5 fet hacve sea level.  The road would cost about $307,000  (From the Fraser Valley Reoord)  Eleswhere it will be seen that Senator Taylor has promised the residents of Port Coqultlam that the $25,-  000 post office will bo built in that  burg, if he can arrange it with the  government, helping the representative of the district, Mr. Stacey.  The grant was first made for Port  Coqultlam about the same time as the  grant was made for the new public  building for Mission City, when Senator Taylor was our member; and if  the prospects are bo bright for Port  Goquitlara there is every hopo that  Mission City will havo its new public  building at an early date.  Tho land has been purchased and  theg rant renewed several times, but  on account of the war all public work  was set aside, but now that the war  is won Mislson City ill look to our  'present representative to givet his lit-  rtie matter his most careful thought  and attenion.  During he present year the Board  of Trade has renewed the request for  the completion of this building and it  Is likoly that at an early date will receive an early reply.  Misp. Hill-Tout gave a little party,  on  the 2 4th of February for a few  of   Mr.  Jack  Aitken's   friends,   who  returned, on   the  Empress  of   Asia.  A pleasant evening was enjoyed.  low places filled in.  Communications were rceeived as  follows from:'  Hon. Mr. Barrow stating that a  government grant pt $500 for Improvement's to '..the "���������'Pacific Highway  between1' Dennison and'; -Thomas' Lehman's house would ������������������'be available after April  1st.  Mrs. E. M. McTaggart, asking for  repairs to road near her home; referred to Councillor Aish.  The school board stating that ��������� a  defective culvert causes the water to  back up and flood the grounds of the  Glenmore school: referred to Councillor Phinney. , ' ,,.'_  Matthew Graham, asking that a  road be opened to his residence; referred to Councillor Keay.  The Bank of Montreal, stating that  the municipality's application for a  loan of $15,000' had been approved.  The B. C. E. R. giving assurance  that repairs asked for at * Gifford  would be undertaken at once.  A. M. Jonson, Deputy attorney-,  general, asking- for a return covering any liquor that might be in the  hands of the municipal authorities  through seizure; there was none on  hand.  Storey and Campbell, offering    to  sell dump wagons; laid over.  Security Mortgage Company, asking rebate on taxes stating they had j  moved and had not received notice; ]  council held that the company should ;  have notified the clerk of a change j  of address and the request was refused.  Amalgamated    Security    Company  asking to buy certain land that had j  been up at tax sale; clerk instructed '  to  ascertain  what interest,     if any  this company has in said lands and  to report to the council.  The Women's Independent Polici-  cal Association, drawing attention to  certain clauses in the proposed new  Municipal Act; the ReeVe said tho  same clauses had received consideration at meeting of reeves lately held  In New Westminster. Councillor  Melander aaid the ladies deserved a  vote of thanks and the council endorsed the suggestion.  Maple Grove, Mt. Lehman and  Clayburn Red Cross units, requesting  a continuation of grants; cqncillors  wore instructed to find out which units were continuing the work and  grants will be continued to them.  F. B. Stacey, M. P., regarding  mall route and available lands in tho  municipality; "clerk instructed to ans-  er.  The communications of < unified  police control in province was laid  over.  The Reeve's report of result of  trip to Victoria in connection w"ith  the Mosquito bill and good roads was  adopted.  home near Sardis, where Mr. Martin is overseer of Mr. Armstrong's  fam. ���������  r  Miss Urquahart planned to give  her pupils a sleigh ride on Monday  evening but Was disappointed as she  could not get sleighs,enough. However a party was given them at Mr.  and Mrs. McMenemy's home where  they spent a pleasant evening.  Mrs. King gave, a- birthday party  last Friday from three to seven in  honor of Irene's birthday. A number .of her girl friends were present  and had a most enjoyable time at  games and music. Refreshments  were served.  A farewell par*y and social oven-  wasing was given at the manse last  Thursday evening by the Ladies' Aid  fo Mr. and Mrs. Martin and Ceorge  A.little programme was rendered.  Mr&. Fraser, the president of the Aid  gave a little address or speech and  Mrs. McMaster' presented Mrs. Martin  with a fountain pen and on behalf of  the Sunday School Mr. McMenemy  presented George with a book. He  was librarian. The manse was well  filled and it was such a terrible night  outside. Refreshments were provided by the ladies.  Miss Dorothy Parton arranged a  surprise party on Miss Vivian Peele.  Several tables of whist were played  Jack Aitken received gentlemen's  prize and Miss Anna McCallum tho  ladies'. Miss Bordon and Mr. Peele  received the consolation prizes. Then  dancing was indulged in. Among  those present were Miss Hill-Tout,  the Misses McCallum, MIbs Urquahart  ���������MJss'.Herkin.sl'.-MIss; .'Borden;' Miss '.  Nicholson, Miss Sumner, Miss Hutch-  Irisori, Miss Trethewey, Miss Kennedy  and the Misses'Parton; and Mr. Eric  J. A. McGowan was a visitor, WeIr>  Mr   Tom  McCIenneghan,  Mr.  Willie McCleenaghan, Mr. Aitken, Mr  Charlie Trethewey. Mr. Gordon Smith  Mr. Jack Kennedy and Mr. Colin  Fraser.  All parties report ��������� a most enjoyable time. Dainty refreshments  were served.  The W. A. Whist drive and dance  was quite a success last Friday night  About 100 persons were present.  There were 18 tables of whist played.  This is the last party before Lent.  ?26.00 was collected.  Mrs. Walters and Mrs. Ryall were  the winners of the 1st prizes and  Mrs. McMenemy and Mr. Dandy won  the consolation prizes. Mr. Longfellow just missed it this time.  end with his mother in Abbotsford.  Miss Grace Kennedy returned from  Vancouver last Saturday after a  lengthy visit with her aunt and her  friends. She reports having a good  time.  The Ladies' Aid was supposed to  meet at the home of Mrs. Kennedy  this week but owing to so much  snow it, was postponed until next  Wednesday afternoon, March 12.  Miss Simlett has a position in the  Normal school lu Vancouver and Miss  Miss. Simlett's.  Mr. Joe Heath has been running  Mr. Bell's dairy business for two  weeks during Mr. Bell's absence, who  has taken his family to Eburne lo  llve.��������� While .Mr. Bell.was returning  this"week' "he':was "stalled in/Alder'-  grovo for two days and .finally had  to 1ti:ve his car and come oy train.  Mr,  to Vancouver on Wednesday,  Mr. J. W. Wirison'of Huntingdon  was elected president of the British  Columbia Beekeepers' Association at  the annual meeting in Vancouver  last Saturday.  Mrs. Brown and her daughter,  Victoria, of Huntingdon, have gone to  Vancouver to remain for a while.  Gunner Willie Brown has recovered from his wounds and returned  home. He intends to run his mother's farm here.  Miss Clarence and Mr. Robert Trethewey spent last week end at home  in Abbotsford.  Mr. and Mrs. Martin and George  left on Wednesday for    their    new  Mrs. Parton was at the prohibition  convention at Vancouver this week  as a delegate from the W. C. T. U.  Mr. Alex McCallum and Mr. Hutchison represented the Presbyteian  church of Abbotsford.  UOE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING  With your co-operation, I am in a position to offer you  Groceries at a considerable saving on the prices .you are at  present paying. Just bring along a list of your last  month's purchases. You will be surprised to find such a  difference, and Don't Forget  MY STOCK OF GROCERIES IS ABSOLUTELY FRESH  No cleaner stock or more sanitary method of handling can  be found anywhere.    I'm mighty particular on the subject  .of cleanliness..  JUST ONE PRICE to every one and that, marked PLAINLY  My prices are less because I buy in large quantities and my  expenses are at a minimum. Here are come of. my regular prices, not cut:  Jams of all kinds, 4-lb tin   Soap, R. C, Sunlight, etc. .........  Bacon, per lb ....................  Cream of Wheat ... . ....... . . ....  Malkin's Best Coffee, per lb. .......  Government Standard Flour, 49's ,.  M. B. Baking Powder  ....  N. W. Biscuits, small boxes .......  * $5.45 $6,30  A clear saving of $5f, on a small order of eight items, and  so on; St. Charles Milk 15 cents a can; Buttercup 2 for 25c  Coal Oil, 4 gallons for $1.25.  If you really want Groceries for less, a trial will soon, prove  my ability to save you money.  .$1  .25  .30  ,   ,  .55  ,   ,  .30  ,  .55  .$2  .85  .  .30  ���������  .20  Canada Food Board Licence No. 3-19707  Farmers' Phone B. C. Phone  1 iuw_ Fdtfa  3____������_  ���������THE ABBOTSFORD POST  -TT-imn. iTffgY7"^"1* - -J ���������  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  "."! Pvifaishad Srory Friday  J. A. Bates; Editor and Proprietor  -~- rrii nrw_n w n  sauna  ;_ '"w*-  FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 19ii).'  iiwrw r.������     i   I**."  -"*-~"���������"  It has cost the people of the  Dewdney riding a lot of.money  to be represented at Victoria by  lion. Premier John Oliver. It  is heartrending-to write an article making such a statement.  It will cost the whole province  a lot of money, to have him at  tho head of affairs of this province for his term of office.  We sincerely believe, as- do  a great many more of the electorate that the P. G. E. would  have been built sooner had the  late Conservative government  been returned to power. It is  highly important that the rich  country which this road will  open up should have transportation to the coast. ��������� By the delay the- district suffers to that  extent when production was so  important during the period of  the war. And it will be a big  mathematical proble mfor the  electors to work out before the  next election -just what- this  road will cost before it is completed. Under the old government they tell us that there was  big graft (or something .-like-  that) but the present muddled  conditions and uncertainty in  connection with the- ��������� road . is  likely to amount to quite a very  big figure���������maybe . more than  the so-called, graft. So there,  you are.      Take your, choice.; of  what might have been and what  really exists, remembering at  the same time that this road is  not .yet built. ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� .   '< -  During the. regime   of   the  present government some $7Q,-  000 has. been   appropriated   for  roads   of   Dewdney',: including  the town .of Mission: City.    And  remember Premier Oliver . said  on the hustings during the last  election that the roads of Dewdney were in excellent condition.  We think he said    too    much  money had been spent   on   our  roads.. 'The same, will never be  said about the   Oliver   government at the next election by the  most   critical   candidate   that  might oppose him���������not  if . you  searched the whole continent of  America or the   war   stricken  districts of Europe for a critic.  Where was the $70,000- spent?  Many people   are . inclined   to  believe that the ' $70,000   spent  , has practically' been ��������� wasted-  judging by the. condition, of the  roads.   -In 191.7 the roads were  not as good as in 1916; in 1913.  the roadsNvere worse   than   in.  1917; and in 1919 the roads will  have degenerated back   to   the  days   when   people   spoke   of  them as the trails of Dewdney.  Many a trail is    much    better  than lots of    the    government  roads.    Then not only has the  money of the past   two   years  been wasted but a   very   large  large proportion of that spent  during the regime of.the late  Conservative government..Just  think of the thousands that that  means, and then of how much  j! will take to put the roads., in  a. good condition as they were  in 1916 when they we're the admiration of the Hon. ��������� Premier-  John .Oliver the provinical   representative ��������� now at- Victoria..  Let us put the ban on foreigners  in future and get a man from  .Dewdney to represent Dewdney  at Victoria.      "   "  '     " ' ';' '.-'" ;  When   the   present 'govern-,  ment took-hold of-the reins of  rower at Victoria there was a  most e7:ccllent road equipment  for road building in ' Dewdney  all paid   for.    It   might -have  cost $50,000���������today there is but  a relic of it left, and it has cost  Dewdney that much more to get  such rotten roads as the Dewdney Trunk road is today, with a  part of it abandoned for want of  repair.  ��������� Isn't it awful! Then wc have  some of us, double taxation besides. '  ���������    '  The up-country members of  parliament appear to be not so  very well satisfied with the  most generous (?) treatment of  V\e Oliver government But it  it. like that all over the province  Ye editor has a copper found on  the field of Waterloo by his  grandfather, then a drummer  boy and that copper is-greatly  -.-���������easured, but it would willingly  ���������:��������� ��������� given, to the person who. will  point to one community in British. Columbia that is perfectly  satisfied with the treatment of  ���������:'r.e Oliver government and will  si ag Honest John's praises.  The citizens of New Westminster and the: Fraser Valley,  -avs the Columbian, have look-  w-Tforward to the time when the  !\\3W Westminster Provincial  Fair-would-be revived. The  time has arrived when th- city  and the, valley are called upon  to unite-in laying .plans for a  better agricultural fair than has  been for the Lower. Mainland.  To maintain the standard-of the  ."iiest in the West", as. an agricultural exhibition will require  the co-operation of.'both city  and district.. . At the annual  meeting.the officers and directors will be encouraged to go a-  hoad with the plans, and will be  more certain that they have-the���������  o'r.mm"unity; behind them if  ihere is an attendance both representative -and- large.  poultry, pigs and farm produce,  and all as visitors.  -i w.s.s. i-  Now'is the opportune time'for  Mission and the other municipalities, to make up their determination to have a district exhibit at New Westminster this  year. Now is the opportune  Limp to plan.  .Everybody is behind the big  fair at New Westminster���������even  to the Minister of Agriculture,  and next to the home fair  should be the most important  on the programme of fairs this  fall.  ATION GIRL IS  The call, Come ye all to. tne  N ������w Westminster Fair this fall  ���������"Best in the West" has been  hoard throughout the Valley  and -everybody will -be: there^-  ��������� r full force, some with horses,  Vr me with    cows,   some/with  - Pitt Mcadow_v,appears to be  ci-iitc a favorite place for the  placing of the returned soldier  on the land. 5*0 men on 7000  a..rcs. For our part we would  like to see thokewho travelled  ti-e cold wet trenches of France  p-aeed high-and dry where there  would be a guarantee that they  would not slip down out of sight  some dark night.  In a recent issue of McCUire's  ;V-^-.-;a;:ine appears the following  interesting article from the pen  of Coningsby Dawson, who  fought through the entire war  v/'.i.h the Canadian Field Artii-  K -;y,and is entitled ''We're Com-  i*n i- Back to You."  In  dealing'with    conditions  We had a complaint the other day that "Telephone In-  mation"- could not answer a question regarding a person's  phone number, she having replied that there was no listing  under the name mentioned. It was finally'- ascertained  from the enquirer that the person wanted lived in a furnished house,and the telephone was listed under owner's  name, not under the name of the tenant. Consequently  "Information" could not oblige, as she had no record  showing who occupied the house.  If a person has a telephone, you will find that "Information" can always give you the number. Her aim is to serve  you.  miWISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  , ..'lerienced at the front the  writer points out. in very choice  l.i'guage,' the great change.  Hose experiences have made in  the,lives, ideals and thoughts  of the returnee! boys.:.'. We have  learned at the front," says Mr.  Dawson,"that it's the spirit that  counts. We' used to think that,  it was money, social position,  birth, good looks, charm of man  n.-it, power, success���������anything  a-i:-. everything but the spirit.  '.Over. There' we have seen men  ,who, judged by., our old standards, were Of noaccount, nieas-  ui> to the sternest tests of sacri-  fii-������>. They weren't the kind of  m :-n loked like aristocrats;some  vv ire slum-bred, some were jailbirds, some were "failures in .every- department of .endeavor.  T:.iere were the.shy men and the  mm who had dreamed their nobilities at city desks, doing  tE"ks which were not noble.  Then came the,great hour when  C; fists, however- humble and  wherever found, .heard the call  A Plan Foj  Investors���������  Big and  Little  A War-Savings Certificate, provided  free of charge with your first  War-Savings: Stamp, has spaces for  10 War-Savings Stamps.  A War-Savings Certificate with a  W-S.S. in each space [is a Dominion  of Canada "bond" for the payment of  $50 on January 1st, 1924.  And you invest less than $41  to secure it���������paying as it proves  convenient to you.  War-Savings Stamps cost $4.02  in March, $4.03 in April and  $4.04 in May.:    ;% \  | Fill up your JHRIFt Card (16  Thrift Stamps at 25c. each). Thrift  Stamps earn no interest, but a filled  card represents $4 when you invest  in a War-Savings Stamp.  A SO HASTINGS Street, W.  (Over C.P.B. Tick.  &  Tel.  Ofllcee)  VANCOUVER - BC.  It La always well to write cr phone  for  appointment*  Funeral Director  AGJUNT   FOB   HEADSTQNES  PfeoBe Connection. Mission City  to man the barricades of free-! western front.the War will only  _ oir> What we had been ceas- j have begun. We are not going  o.-t to matter after we had ar- j to slip back into what we were  rived in the trenches. jWchave   leanTed    lessons   of  He speaks pf the coming back  sharing which we cannot for-  o> the boys and the spirit that  will be their's. to play in the  g'.-eat battles of life, and in closing he says:  "We are coming back to man  t he trenches of a kinder social  order and to follow the barrage  across No Man's Land in pursuit of a new heaven and a new  get. God has fought for us and  stood shoulder to shoulder beside us in the bodies of pals who  are dead. We are coming back  to you as knight-errant of a  brave laughing idealism, to  smite injustice. We have tried  to die for you, and death has  been denied us; we are going to  m^~TMa.aKJiit.jtiitmnamMmmiraam'i'immmjrmumMji.Kaam  AT ALt MONEY-ORDER  POST OFFICES, BANKS, ETC.  erirth.    Our souls will   still   be i live for you now that the future  clad in khaki;   we shall be a may be better,  brotherhood for righteousness.      "We went away boys; we are  That same brotherhood will ex- : coming back white men.     We  i_t as well in France and Great v;*!? so live that you may write  'I-ritam.    Jn  our    brotherhood  r-.f---.-v- >:;-\v\ u: ..-������. ���������������������������.���������f-oier, ������.uj������-.g.  It iere will be millions of soldier-; apothecary, millionaire.     Here  girls.  "For the wai  ls not ended.  When peace is signed   on   tlie,coming back."  lies a very gallant gentleman '  "This is how and why we are  ."M  ra______gffi_ra____<_ li  t  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ,' PAGE THREE!  Per THOUSAND, Printed with your Name  and Address on them  ,  these Envelopes are a Bargain at the a-  bove figure, considering ordinary market  prices. The shipment has������just been received from the East, and we may not be able to  duplicate it. Had we purchased them from  Vancouver wholesalers we could not have  sold them for less than $5.50 per thousand..  ��������� We are.ordering some paper for Letter  Heads.and will.be able to give you some bigger bargains in Letter Heads than you have  had since the war began. Hold your orders  for this shipment of paper, or better still let  us have the order now and be first on the  list.   It will pay you. .  PRINTER.  MISSION CITY  B. C  FINANCE     <2_M������Sg_   DEPARTMENT.  DOMINION INCOMfe WAR TAX ACT  TO WHOM APPLICABLE.  Every person who in 1918 resided or ordinarily resided in Canada or,  was employed in Canada or carried on business in Canada, including  corporations and joiat stock companies. .   .  WHO SHOULD FILE RETURNS.  1. Every  unmarried  person  or  widow  or widower, without dependent  children under twenty-one years of age, wisp during calendar year  1918 received or earned $1,000 or more.  2. All other individuals who during calendar year E91S received or earned  '   $2,000 or more.   ���������������������������-������������������������������������  3. Every corporation and joint stock company whose profits exceeded  $3,000, during the fiscal year ended in 1918.  FORMS TO BE FILLED IN AND FILED.  Tl. By individuals, other than farmers and rmchers.  T1A. By farmers and ranchers.  T2. By corporations and joint stock companies-.  T3." By trustees, executors, administrators of estntes and assignees.  T4. By employers to make return of the namas of all dirrctors,  officials, agents or other employees to whom was paid $1,000  or more in salaries, bonuses, commission or. other remuneration during the calendar year 1918.' _    .  T5. By  corporations, joint  stock companies,  ;aasociations   ana  ;      syndicates to make return of all dividends and! bonuses paid  to shareholders and members. diving 1918. , .  Individuals comprising partnerships must file returns in tneir  individual capacity.  GENERAL INFORMATION  All returns must be filed IN DUPLICATE.  Forms may be obtained from the Inspectors and Assis tant Inspectors  of Taxation and from the Postmasters at all leading centres',.  Returns should be filed immediately.  Postage must be prepaid on letters and other docurne (its forwarded  by mail to Inspectors of Taxation.  Addresses of Inspectors of Taxation for this District:  FORM  FORM  FORM  FORM  FORM  FORM  Inspector of Taxation,  Molsons BanlcBldg.,  VANCOUVER, B.C  VANCOUVER DISTRICT.  Assistant Imtpector of Taxation.  VICTORIA, B.C.  Assistant Inqpcctor or Taxation,  NELSON. B.C.  PORT COQUITLAM  Mr. (lames Grant baa Icl'l. 1'or Hkiir-  gowie, Perthshire, Scotland, his native place Jle was the recipient of a  handsome purse of money previous l.o  his departure. The presentation was  made by two war veterans Messrs W.  Wilson and Clarkson. He had served  in France and Flanders; was severely  wounded and physically incapacitated  fro in further service.  The indemnity bylaw will be introduced at next meeting on March 11.  The committee appointed to consider, the Vancouver council resolution regarding'the deportation of enemy aliens recommended it's (indorsation and .the council duly endorsed  It,. A, copy will���������be sent, to Ottawa  The reading of a metre showing  over'M.000 foot ol^watev used in 23  days-by a private occupier was given  1-y AKIorman Stewart. They recovered from their astonishment when the  chairman of tlie water commute" laid  the blame on a defective pump which  wasted the lluid enormously and  which the lady responsible rofv.ued to  repair. The water will be olf if the.  pump is not diHcon'nccfod or use discontinued. : ,,    ������  A resolution forwarded by the Calgary city council urging Iho Domiu-  iongovornment to undertake ail obligations duo to the returned soldiers  by .Canada and arrange each iiu-h'e  discharge only when be had a. job (o  gc to,, was endorsed, all hough it was  known the. soldiers would have beer.  (Uncharged in thousands bete, re the  commendation reached Ottawa, and  that the soldiers would clamor for  immediate release from military service.  Senator Taylor acknowledged a letter asking his co-operation with the  city's Dominion representative, M.\ T-"  B.' Stacey, M. P. in securing the re-  appropriation of $25,000 for the post  office and assured the council he  would do everything possible to hasten the enterprise.  ,A letter from Mr. R.' L. Jenkins  offering to co-operate with the coun-  ,cii in providing land on very reasonable terms for settlement by returned-soldiers and a' large hotel building  suitable for community farmers or  hospital was filed for reference. Mayor Mars' will interview Mr. Jenkins  and learn more' particulars on his  first visit to Vancouver.  The council repudiate an item for  a barrel of oil and the B. C. Oil refinery insist upon payment The council allege it was water they are  charged for with 1-4 oil.    The com  pany don't Ih-Moyo It. Aid. Galcr says  lie saw 'il and un'aouncil believe him  The city will continue to refuse pay-  ment.  Aid. Stewart has learned that to  give n, water connection to Mr. Mac-  Uregor's hoiiKe would moan 1300 ft.  of pipe. He recommended the inat-  .ter be left'over in meantime.  Tho report was approved and adopted. '  Aid. Wilson reported that he had  spent $103 out of hie $100 appropriation for the Prairie road, that the  repair still needed some planking  and grading to finish its repair but  that it was now impassable to the  Sabulite factory.  Aid. Wilson was authorized to purchase a, load of 'planking for sider  walk repairs and crossings.  Solicitor Bigolow reported tho progress of the city charter amendment  bill was satisfactory so far. Some  alterations might be found-necessary  however in one clause  The new'police commissioners real:  ize tho importance of their duties  aud that they are no sideshow. They  have set themselves to investigate, the  legality of the former mayor's donation of confiscated whisky to the hospital. The city solicitor laid it down  that while the liquor wasJogally confiscated by the conviction of the owner on a charge under the Prohibition  Act, the said act does not provide for  its disposal. Light will be sought  from the attorney-general.  The police estimates Lor the year  are $1250.  Commisisoner P. Blackwell was appointed secretary of the commisison  for 1919.    '���������  marked  them somebody's  "landing';  or  somebody's'"corner",'glad   when  tho Indians saved them tho effi/rt of  giving localities aud resting places a  title/    But when the sutler fixed his  abode,  and  lived  tho  rounds of  the  seasons amid  natural ' boauty    that  sank into his soul he sought to pcr-  pet.uato   his   scenic   -surroundings   in  the naming of his neighborhood. The  coming of the school gave the opportunity. School names aret he settlers  names, and to read a list of them is  to  the imagination, a folio of  landscape beauty.     ' Dales,    groves    and  glens  are dotted  over the valley, in  profusion.    Let tho eye wander down  ,"Cloverdale"and "Ferndale," "Itese-  dak-" and "Silverdale"���������-the silver ot  flashing  trout and  foaming cascade.  "Hills"    "Mounts"   '.and      "Woods"  would bo expected  but glance alo:,ig  "Glen" Valley"    "Glemvood."    "Glen-  more" and "Glen Echo".    Look, over ���������  "Fcrnridge,"  "Ridgedale"  and   "Maple Ridge";    peer    through    "Pine-  grove" 'and "Aldcrgrove",  rf-st  near  "Poplar"    and     "Willow'     stop    at  "SpringLnook" and "Clear water."  ���������    Jn years to come these little school  centres  will  bo villages, insular and  particular, but the youth who leaves  them for city blocks and flats will not  blush at their mention, they will carry the names as treasure.'- and draw  from their momoriss as from woMb of  felicity.    A thing cf beauty is :>, joy  Cor ever, and no less is a pretty name  a perpetual pleasure.���������Province.  A CHANGE OF NAME  SOUR, ACID STOMACHS,  GASES OR, INDIGESTION  The Sporting Editor Gets 'In on the  Editorial. Page of the Province  Gdts Results  The'federal member for the Westminster district is seeking to change  the name of his constituency to "Fraser Valley." By so doing he will not  oniy obviate the confusion apt to a-  rise between the name of the laigor  area with that of the city, which Is  stated as his object, but will also describe the "district" according to Its  phvsical features, and the change will  be" in-harmony with the delightful  nomenclature of its smaller settlements.  Railway corporations name tneir  stations chiefly from voters' lists and  directories. Pioneers',-hailing turns  and stages of their toilsome journeys  "Pape's Diapepsin" neutralizes exces-  . sive acid in stomaoh, relieving    .  dyspepsia, heartburn and  distress at once.  Time it! In five minutes'all stomach distress, due to acidity, will go.  No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or  belching of gas or eructations of undigested food, no 'dizziness, bloating, foul  breath or headache.  Tape's Diapepf-in' is noted for its  speed in regulating; upset stomach*.  It is the surest, quickest stomach sweetener in the whole world, and besides ife  is harmless. , Put an end. to stomaeh  distress at once by getting a large fifty-  rent case of Pape's Diapepsin from any  drug store. You realize in five minute*  how" needless it is to suffer from inji-  gostion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder caused by fermentation due to  excessive aoida in stomach.  British troops  taking back the civil population to their original homes.  )  EXERCISE FOR YOUNG LADIES  er.  (By Our Sporting Editor)  Throwing a fellow over.  Tossing one's head in the air.  Pushing one's self forward.  Getting In the swim.  Fishing for an inyitation. __  Shooting arch glances at a man.  Twisting him around the little flng-  Casting about for an excuse.  Running up millinery bills.      '.  ADVISORY BOARW ON      ^^^n?  SUMAf* LAKE SCHEME  Victoria, Feb. 28^���������Messrs R. H.  S. Cresswell, C..E. EckerV Angus  Campbell. J. L. Atkinson and H. vv.  Blatchford, ot the Suimas district, are  in Victoria to meo.t Hon. Mr. Barrow  with respect to tho Uumas reclamation scheme. .        ^-���������^  They form a eort.of. advisory hoard  of tho district farmers in-regard to  tho matter. They, are. quit, hopeful  that a start will b-e made on the pro-  jeel this year, altbiougfc.they ha-ve re- ]  ceived no details as! yet.'-,   . .       ���������.  \JL y**:  The River Scheldt and broken bridge at Tournal,.  .._  'tmm&m^^^^^^^^^^^^imm^i^m^^^^^^^m^^^m: PAGE SIX f HE 'ABBQtSFORD  gninfiiiniiiiiiv������iiiriM',*T-,^j-w""1"���������1" " '"  ���������miiMiMimimiiMi���������iirnmirt  **ir T" MiwiM'f"-"���������^  POST,   ABBOTSFORD,  SUMAS COiLVCIL  B.   6.  ~rnuae3?5XB.'Sitti  Owin  bors. of  Viciori.'i  im pass:'  to th_ f.  the Sui i  .;' fo the sickness of two mem-  LI.e council, the..absence in  ���������Jf a third and the almost  Mi. condition of the roads due  i.orm, the regular meeting of  .as council which should have  IV   Hi"���������������___  Fnrmere  r-liou. I'JOit  Abbotso rd, B.C.  Mt. Lehman  (Too late for last issue)  Mrs.. Arthur Taylor and children  spent last week end in Vancouver.  Mr. Hutchinson, John and Willie  .spent the week end in Vancouver and  took in the war exhibition.  Mr. and Mrs. Porris were visitors  to Vancouver last week.  Mr. Williams and Mr. Shaw, the  foreman of the bridge gang, took n.  trip to Everett last week.  Mrs. Adams' sister is visiting her  at present.  Mrs. Tapp has been ill again with  rheumatism.  Mrs. King and Irvine were the  guests of the Alanson's last .Friday.  Miss Verchere of Mission City, has  charge of Miss Simlett's school room  at present as Miss Simlett has not  yet returned.  Some of the people of Clayburn  took the school children for a sleigh  ride on Wednesday afternoon as far  as Matsqui ferry landing and when  they returned gave them supper in  the school and played games and had  a very enjoyable evening.  . Bradner football team jlayed a return game at Abbotsford on Saturday  the score was 3 to 0 in favor of Abbotsford. A few of the girls provided supper in the.Masonic Hall for  them. Those won entertained wore:  Gv/en Sumner, Evelyn McMenemy,  Fariol Little, Evelyn Nelson, Isabella  McPhee and Violet Maguire.  Mr.   and  Mrs.  John  Gordon  celebrated their second wedding anniver-  ��������� oary last Wednesday evening and entertained several of their friends. All  spent a very pleasant evening.  Mr. Rosa invited a few Scotch  friends in to Mrs. Martin's Jlo spend  Wednesday evening. They presented  hor with a Scotch thistle broach yet  with C.'iirn'gorame. I  Master CharlJo Roberts entertained j  about twenty-five friends on Friday I  evening if being his  birthday. j  Master Revil Salt entertained    a-  A .relief concert for tho benofil of  a' family in tho neighborhood was  given in tho-Mount Lehman hall.  Songs and duets wero rendered by  Mrs. Flott and, Mrs. Lehman. Mrs.  Ireland and Miss Croy and Mr. Fen-  wick Fatkin. Recitations by. Mr. G.  F. Pratt wero well received. Tho  humorous element was provided by  Mr. West. Mr. Ireland kept the audience amused with clever conjuring  tricks.  The odiol board on Wednesday decider; to mitigate the nuisance of occasional flooding of the grounds of  Glenmore school by overflowing ditches. A contract will be let for raisin!.; the building sufficiently to allow  a basement to be built underneath  and thu low places of th.'playground  will be raised by gravelling. The  Glenmore scholars are rejoicing in a  real soldier as master, and an aviator  at. that. Miss Keeping having obtained a month's leave of absence for  recuperation. Flight Lieut. Clarke  has temporarily taken the position.  Arriving in town last. Friday, he was  teaching on Monday.  TiMi schol board are of the opinion  that these rural schools are a fine opportunity to returned soldiers., particularly married men, if sufficiently educated, to take the normal course  easily.  COMING TO OUR DISTRICT  Sergt R. Bolton, a returned soldier, formerly of Nelson, has taken  up 80, acres of land at the head of  Hatzic Prairie. Sergt Bolton went  overseas with the original 7th Battalion,  was   52   months  in France and  ! was   invalided   homo  suffering  from  j sheil shock.  T'',\ j returned soldiers have just  boug..it a small ranch near Ferndale,  I  been he'.d here on Saturday, March 1  was poatponed- to Saturday, March  ���������Jth.  A committee composed of rV1 r. VV.  I-I Ci-CK'-well, chairman of the advisory bot-d; VV. L'ilatchford, secretary;  Aiig:".3 Campbell J. -*. Atkinson and  V.\ C. LcMiart journeyed to Victoria  Tuesiay night to interview the government and the land .settlement  board in regard to the government  dyking project at Sumas.  The committee returned'on Saturday morning and report that they  were agreeably surprised' at the cor-  diel welcome' accorded tk'mi by all  the mii-islei-a and that Premier Oliver seemed disposed to assist the project. ��������� -'    -  The jft-emior promised' to give the  matter'ii-iniediato and friendly consideration and pledged himself to  tlie committee to inform thorn in two  days as to whether It would be pos-  ciblo for tho government to make  further' appropriations to complete  the plans ready for letting of contra cis.  The committee also stated that in  the meantime preparations for the  Marshall Creek dyking schomo  (known at: the farmers' dyking plan)  arc progrts--ing and will be proceeded  with if the ogYcrnnicnt fsi.il:> to lake  immediate ac'.ion.  _7EIV SVKKSII>K\T A.VD FALL PAIR  Mr. C. A. Welsh has been re-elected  president of the R. A. & I. Society at  New Westminster; and Mr. Ncis Nelson is the'first vice-president.; while  Mr. A. D. Paterson is the second vice  president. The honourable vice-  presidents have been elected from the  various districts.  The annual fair will be lesum'ed  this fall.  Pte. H. Chester returned home on  Monday morning looking well.  We have been doing business so long in  Ahbotsford we know the requii ements  and tastes oi' all of our customers.  You pay for Pure Food Groceries when  you buy from us, and we are mighty  particular that they are Pure Food  Groceries���������We buy and sell ho other.  Our Pure Food Bread and Cakes are the  delight of all our customers.  JLUeufi'  No.  8-286*8  ALBERT  See me now about that Insurance  SNOW'DEEP AT STAVE RIVER  Last' week Stave River district ex  perienced a sudden change from the  mild spring weather to a rather severe winter storm. . The snow was a-  bout three feet deep.  says  the Columbian,  bout, eighteen of his friends to a birth j '"������ \���������T*���������dB ������.^  day party on Saturday afternoon.  Mrs. McMaster was a visitor to Bel-  lingham last week.  Mr. Tom McClennagan arrived  homo on Friday evening after being  away about eighteen months.  The Ladies' Aid will meet at the  home of Mrs. Kennedy on Wednesday j  afternoon at 3 o'clock. i  Mr. Purvis returned to Huntingdon i  after a lengthy visit with his brother  at  Itevelstoke. i  Mr. Zeigler and Orland took in tho  war exhibit In Vancouver.  and wero mov-  road on Friday  and t. aturday. They got stuck in the  snow near Cloverdale ' and Pound-  ko oj-3r R. A. Rice of Surroy. who is  als-i ;i returned man, gave tnam as-  Bl.laL-ce.  'WISE ItEIkL-MtKS  "The Saturday Evening Pout" for  less than five conta a copy, $2.50 a  year. "The Country Gentleman" for  less than four cento a copy, $1.75 a  year, including.-ppatage. A, VR. Doraia  632 Broadway West, Vancouver, B.C.  (By the Same Guy)  Trere's a difference between looking for work and going after it.  The easiest way to prove that heat  expands is to give the average man  a lu.le hot air.  .'i--;ke sure that however good you  may be you have your faults, that  ho ,v; ver dull you may be you can imu  out what they are and that however  slight they may be you'would better  niak.j some patient effort to get rid  of  them.���������Ruskin.  Pte. J. Jacobson'of Matsqui was a-  mong a recent lot of returned soldieTs  to arrive last week.  NOTICE  la th - Matter of the Estate of John  Mt-*.'J������-en, Deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY given that  all persons having any .-claim or demand against the estate of the above  name i deceased, late of Abbotsford,  in th : Province of British Columbia,  who -';ed on the 0th day of November  1918, are required to send in particulars of their claims, properly verified, to James Adam McGowan and  John Franklin Boyd, executors of the  will of said deceased, addressed to  the? said James Adam McGowan, at  Abbotsford, B. C, on or before the  20th day of March, 1919, after which  date the aid executors will proceed  to' distribute and deal with the estate  having regard only to such claims as  shall have been received on the said  date. ,  Dated this 30th day Of January,  1911*.  HARRIS,  BULL &  MASON,  Solicitors for the Executors  f7-i_22.  Ltc.  I have a large and 'splendid supply of  Raspberry Q&iies f������r ea-Ie at Iciv  Finest quality.  Abbotsford  C  ,x  i  , On the claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  newspaper,advertising, a good many unnecessary adver-  jj   tiding schemes are sold to business men.  The plans for buying are usually made in the home at  the warm fireside, not when the family is on an amusement Jaunt.  |j Supplementary advertising includes  outside of newspaper advertising.  all   advertising  >-T.'.7J_lJJWIM������WW,WI_B  Farmers' and .Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  M..'. MURPHY.  PROPRIETY  HUNTINGDON, B   C  /**> >"*���������*���������  *_1  Canadian War Brides���������At the 1  C. A. telling- their love affairs to Mir Burlington Ham  (������een on the right)  &������w fcs tk������ tiaae to ������ut your m&plj of ������������Stor Wm_#������������fl ������e_  K*HD_B_er month..  tfet them at BATES' FRITTING OFFICE.  They are inquiring which of the Canadian soldiers can offer them the best home before they start out on  their lovo campaign. They all want Canadian but they want tho !>est jtliere is to be had. "Canadian girls  must be awfully slow" says the handsome young damsel in tho centre, "I   could love any one of the dear boys"  *% ..<������������������  ;'.'?>.'���������; '*(...   1.,   _..  feu  '������*'.  *������ ,*i*J-'.

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