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 '���������-'.'''.*  trti'A  v4*^  w  i  %  *  A  i  5  ,������  r������  -i'W'-'  /������ V  VICTORIA  Provincial-Llbrarr  .*=���������>  >��������� ?���������  V  l    ��������� i  ���������yftu  ith which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol.. XIX., No. 16  ABBOTSFORD, B, C.  FillDAY, MARCH 12. U'2 )'  $1.00 per' Year  EM3KB  ISKB  riIONKS:"II.  C.���������:tG       Fariiii'is' .Ki'Hiilrnco  !0M  AUTOMOlillJC .RKI'AIUS   mid   ACOISSSOSHKS  CAHS   TOR  HIRE.  DAY  OK  XIGKT  ���������K.lc. garage  C. SPUING,  Manager  KXI'KUT MKCIIAXUIS * CAKlCl'Ut. DltlVKltS  FRASER   VALLEY   I'ltUSTHKS  HOLD   IMPORTANT   SESSION  Wo handle���������Oxy-Acctylene, Welding', Tires, Gasoline and Oils.  Genuine  1'ord  Parts ami all   Kinds of Repairs.  OVERLAND AGENCY AND SERVICE STATION  Basket Ball  (Froni^raser Valley Record)  Abbotsford has only lately sprung  into the lime-light as a basket-ball  centre, and bo it known that they  have .a rattling fine bunch of players  there. The Abbotsford senior team  after handing a beating to Milner on  Thursday last, visited Mission City  on Friday, and brought with them a  splendid girls' team and, also a quintette of light-weights to tackle Hatzic boys. The Hatzic-Abbotsford  game was called at 8:15 p. m. and  ended in a win' for Hatzic, by a score  of 23  to  6.   '  The next ice mon the'evening's programme was the game between the  ladies. - This ended in a win for Mission ladies. The game was the cause  of great excitement amongst th-3-spee-  tators and the' Mission ladies had no  great..advantage over thair opponents, and only won by the small margin of 14 to 6.  After a short period the Abbotsford seniors bounced out into the  floor for a warm up, and were followed shortly after by the Mission boys.  This game was the large and much  talked about event of the .evening,  and the gent s in the gallery were  betting there house and family for  Mission or against. 'Twas a glorious  battle and it waged first one way  and then the other, but mostly one  way. Mission again emerged victorious by 26 to 14/ and after it was  all over, the visitors in general were  served supper in the Orange Hall.  The Skating Rink was filled by the  best crowd of fans this season, somewhere between 1'50 and 17 5 being in  attendance.  On Tuesday evening the King-  Beach team went 'down to defeat to  the Hatzic Boys by a score of 1 S to  7. But it-is rumored that the Mission City Millionaires are about to  perform shortly. This team last  year was the pride, of Mission. So  look for some good games.  At th.s present time a contract is  being signed which will take Misison  Boys to Haney on Friday 12th. and  this will cause a return game here at  a later date. Also New Westminster Boys are being communicated  with and they also will come this way  soon.  live to necessity of encouraging child  ren in Home Gardens and offer  prizes for those best kept: 1st, $5;  2nd, $3; 3rd, $2. Special prizes'arc  being solicited and will be made pub-  i lie at an early date. All public spirited citizens make a point of seeing  some of the Directorate members this  coming week to make donations to  children's Home Garden's special  prizes. We want a more attractive  looking town aud these children, if  ���������encouraged in neatness and cleanliness as to their own premises, will  surely see that the town of their day  will be.more attractive than the town,  of today.  While taking stock of civic , improvements the institute notes with  regret the untidy, unsanitary condition of many vacant lots'in the .town-  site. ���������" It is almost impossible to  come :'~':d Mission from any direction  without this fact being painfully  brought ;o notice. As an incentive  to the louoval of this distressing advertisement of our town the institute  offers prices for the best kept vacant  lot in the townsite: 1st, $10, 2nd,  $7; 3rd, $5. Judges to be appointed j Phail, Sumas  by Women's Institute, prizes to be  awarded after final judging in September. All entries to be made with  the secretary.  A trees' committee will see that  the trees planted on Grand Avenue  in memory of our Overseas heroes  will be well looked after.  A flow.er show and baby contest  will be held in August, prize list for  which will be ready very shortly.  An institute property committee  will have charge of renting library  room, chairs, etc.  Altogether we hope to make this  year one of satisfactory endeavor  both for the institute and community  at large. Meetings are held 2:30 p.  m. the 4th Wednesday of each month  at the library. All ladies are cordially invited to join Avith us and all  '     An important meeting of the Fraser  Valley   School   Trustees'   association was held in the Board of Trade  rooms, Wednesday last-  After some  discussion it was  de-  . cidod to endorse the resolution from  ! Chilliwack,  which    calls  for  an   increase of the government grant  towards teachers' salaries to $7 50 from  ,$480. Trustee J. C.Robertson pointed out that the matter had already  been brought to the notice of the de-  pal tment  and  that  it  had  been   ar-  ! gued that if it was fair that the teach  ' et-3 salaries should-be increased   20  per cent,   it was also  fair that  the  government should pay 10 per cent,  of the raise if the municipality concerned paid the other -10 per cent.  The department will also be asked  at the suggestion of Trustee Mac-  Phail, Sumas, to take steps to mitigate the trouble of., teachers, who,  haviing acceped a position, fail to  take it owing lo being offered and  accepting a' more lucrative one in  the interval.  Secretary Winson was instructed  to get a statement of the salaries  b?.ing paid in each municipaliy, dates  March 1 to November 1; and to circulate a form to each municipality,  showing the different salaries paid  so that the boards might get a line  on what was  being paid.  The 1920 officers elected were:  ���������Mr. G. F: Pratt, chairman; Mr. J. W.  Winson, secretary, and directors, Mr.  R. A. Aikman, Maple Ridge; Mrs.  Solloway, Mission; Mr. J. C. Robertson,   Chill-i-wac-ki-cmunicipality.  The secretary w.as awarded $25 Co,,  his services in 1919. The subscription for 1920 was raised to $10.  Those present were: Messrs. Geo.  Pratt, Matsqui; Robert A. Aikman,  Maple Ridge; B. A. Harrison, Langley; Prairie; J. M. Shales, Langley  (secretary); S. Leslie Brice, Matsqui  (secretary); P. Jack man, Matsqui;  Chas. Kerr, Chilliwack; B. ft. M������-  A. S. TaulbuL, Mission City; W. S. Bodaly, Langley  Fort; J. Berry, Langley; J. C. Robertson, Chilliwack, ancl Mrs. S. .'I.  Solloway,   Mission   City.  PERSONAL 'j '  The deatli cccured on Thursday  M'aich 'ith of Mr. \Vm. Cooper,' at  the local hospital,- at tho ago m U8.  He was a member of the lObenozcr L.  O. I.j., Vancouver. Six members of  that lodge were present and acl-->d  as> pallbearers. His brother from S!o-  cari also was here a nd took charge  of the funeral.. Mr. Cooper has made  his home with Mr. Moran, Vye, for  the last three years-.  M.r. Dave Copping shot an eagle  on Sunda.y on Mr. Fook's ranch that  measured seven feet four inches iron-.  HI'XT"X('1K).\*  With an assessment roll practically  ':he same as last year the Sumas"'coun-  cil adopted a bylaw striking a late or"  12 mills for general purposes and  seven for schools.  As theso were the rote", of 1919 :t  means that Lhe ratepayers can comfort themselves that their taxes have  not advanced with overythng else'.   '.  While  larger     municipalities   -are  purchasing   gingerly     tractors     and.  trucks,  Sumas* is playing  for .Fai'ety  and is preparing to hire. Thisis probably the first municipality to fix 'the  tip to tip of the wings. It had been   rate for truck wcrk on tl:f ro=ds- l\  killing lambes on the ranch and had  meat in its mouth when'shot. |  Miss Mabel Alder, Cloverdale, is ,  visiting her sister, Mrs. Bedlow. |  Mrs. Winson, Huntingdon,, spent  the week end with the Misses Steede. ���������  M.r. ancl Mrs. Ralph Gilmore have J  returned from their wooing trip ancl j  will reside in Mr. I-iarrop's oetaga at i  the lake. |  Mrs. SLefiin, Chilliwack, is. visiting '  her mother, Mrs. Fraser.  Mr. J. Fraser was home for tho  week-end.  Miss Agnes Houvcly,"Sumas, vis:.t3d  her sister, Mrs. Renner, this wee!:.  There will be a St. Patrirk's entertainment in tlie Alexandria hall.  March 17th. Miss Nina V. Porter, elocutionist and gold medalist of I���������ril'.'sli  Columbia and olhc,. talented arlisls  will   furnish   the   programme.  Owing    to ao much sickness    the  Parent   Teachers'- meeting     in   tiie  Alexandria  hall   has   b-.-.cu  postponed i  but will bo announced later. \  On account of sickness the Abbots- '  ford   school   was   clc-sed   indcfini:ety  on - Wednesday   afternoon.  BORN���������To Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kins, ,  en February. 2(Uh. a son. at tiie hoiii.o J  of her mother, Mrs.  Matthews. j  BORN���������To     Mr.   and     Mrs.   Win. !  Wells on March (jfh, a son, in the local hospital. i  LARGE PROVINCIAL DftBT  IS PILING  UP liV OLIVER  The Mission City Women's  salute are making arrangement  have Mrs. Fankerhurst and o  t'.ddress  d.nie  Fordson will be paid at the rate of  $16 a day, which includes driver and  gasoline.  Three hundred dollars will be  spent in reparing the Lamson road  this spring. An appropriation of $150  for the D. Karris road carries a rider  ;hc work will be, supervised by Mr.'  Harris without salary.  The clerk is authorised to call for  ���������'ondors for fhec'omplefion of the Ivil-  :;ard road and the great (ill over tho  ravine.  Th? work must ho clone according  'o the engineer's specifications, with  '���������ortc'in qualifications which may be  ���������i scoria hied from tho plans at the  Ailganl  store'.  Kilgard has aspirations for a, place  on (he map. a ml ��������� is petitioning that it'  !-\'o on the mailing list as a pesfoflic.c.  The. council endorsed tho petition and :  will forward the .request of the residents to t.he authorities.  With the regular service on the  '"treat. Northern Railway a new approach and mail delivery, this combination of clay works, farm -settlement, ancl .reservation is hoping soon  to be a  town.  The old Scoff homestead on the  cidc of Sumas mountain, which reverted to the municipality at the tax  s-;ak' has been bought by Mr. Frase,.  York subject to Die provisions of the  Municipal   Act.  i n-  their ���������meeting   a;   a   future  The. basket ball match lefweon  Abbotsford and Chilliwack Thursday  night resulted in a tic���������17 each.  Victoria, Mar. 8.���������Twenty-thro-*  millions in a trifle over three yoars  is a borrowing record before which  all previous sorrowings by all previous administrations in the province ';  combined pale into insignicince.. Ye',  the present Liberal administration  by the Unio Hie two bills brought  down by the Legislation on Friday  are approved, bills which at one fill j  swoop provide, for further provincial  loans to secure a net' $S,!i0O,O0u ou  P. G. E. railway account, will liave  accomplished that financial r������at.     To  members to bring their friends.  All be exact, the aggregate bo? rowings In  ladies with babies made welcome.  Mrs. I. MILES, Sice.  WOMEN'S    INSTITUTE,     MISSION  A summary of institute work for  .January and February shows the  year's work well started.  An interesting and instructive programme has been prepared for the  year, subjects for discussion as outlined by department at Victoria, are  in capable hands. A musical committee will see there is always some  special entertainment and the tea  hotir closes the programme for each  meeting. Public speakers will from  time to time address public meetings,  among whom it is hoped to get Mrs  Ralph Smith, Mrs. Irene Moody  Mrs. Pankhurst and others.  A school committee will keep the  institute in touch with the children's  welfare.    The institute is keenly a-  M.ISSION DISTRICT ROD  AND   GUN  CIA'J 5  On March th e4th the Mision District Rod and Gun Club was organized and the following officers were  elected:  President���������Dr. Morrison.  Vice-President���������M.   M.   McDonald.  Secretary-Treasurer���������-F.  J.  Roche.  Field Captain���������J. A. Stuart.  Membership Committee���������J. A.  Stuart, Dr. Morrison and M. M: McDonald.  Ground Committee���������J. A. Tupper  and M. M. McDonald.  C, A. Christie was appointed a  committee of one to secure lumber  for use on Club grounds.  The purpose of the Club is to promote the a:t of trap shooting, the  proper protection of game and for the  promotion of god fellowship among  lovers of this class of sport.  A keen interest iw being shown already in the Club and with the many  shooters in    Mission    and    district,  many good times will be had this com  ir.g summer.    Trap   shooting   trains  the eye and  this    coming  fall    the j  pheasants   and   ducks   will   be   easy j  marks for you after your training on i  the fast moving clay birds. Member-j  ship is open to all and we would be .  -^lad to have your name as soon as '  the government will total $22,r>7'.),-  000, but in these days of strefchin:;;  the credit of tlie province wholesale  a few hundreds of thousands dr.1 n<>--  cut much figure. This to'al ex'-.e^da  by just an even four millions th3  total provincial net bonded indebtedness when the present .administration j  took office in November 1910. Ariel  the' end is not yet. |  Of the $8,8 00,00 0 ��������� to be borrowed!  four millions will be devoted to e-ir-j  rying on construction of the p. G. E. j  railway line info Prince Rupert fhis{  year and for securing additional o-',  ouipment; the $4,800,000 is to take \  up the promissory' note given by the  company, following the action of the  government und-ar the P. G. E. se(-  llement arrangement last. yea", unci in  arrangement with the Canadian  Bank of Commerce,'advancing ..hat a-  mount to the Union Bank of Canada  ihus retiring the *t>an made by tlie  former P. G. E. interest with the latter bank, one secured by laiiway  $0,000,000 being put up. The. loan:  are to lie made at a rate of six per  irst showing or spnn  iats for Ladies, Chil  \  en, Hovs ana  Ladies'  new 'Waists,  Skirls  and  Hosiery of every description  Ask for our mew Grocery  a  rice List  iMamamtxwr'UMiJULiiis  *v*^mpTJ9f*yilryv*yarYHm!tft'"\'l*l'u,xlrT  possible.  {  The Elks intend holding their big  convention in New Westminster, on  September 27, during Fair  week.  Lrcssniakinp,,   line   and   ph-Ju .sev.iiie,   by a capable  and  qualified  dressmaker.���������Inquire   al   Di.'j��������� (ioncls Department.  15.   C.   Phone,   -t  Farmers'   Phone   1007  rT^_������������������ ���������^-- T-^.....    ,i . -mUMillMIWI  ti I^.G������ ra  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  . Published.;Every Thursday  j. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor.  Til URS1MY, MARCH   11,  1920  The new ferry is supposed to be  on I he run of the Mission-Matsqui  service by the beginning of tlie fiscal  year, and there is a rumor that it is  to be a "pay ferry".  Our opinion about a pay ferry ' is  ��������� that, it is a groat mistake on the part  of the .powers that be at Victoria to  make a charge-on the ferry at Mis-  ���������    sion-Mntsqui.   , It is a community af-  r  fair, linking up two districts that can  b:-sL get along with the best intercommunication that it is possible to  give and a communication that is  paid out of the treasury of the province, but certainly not by the individual who uses the ferry. By charging for each trip it is making it very  expensive for these people to do'busi-  ncss���������so expensive in fact that it will  almost cut out the business. Some  kinds of business require crossing  the ferry two, three and posibly more  tirr.-?s a day.  Several instances might be given  to' show this. One feed man in this  town has contracted for say fifty tons  ��������� of hay which has to be brought a-  c-ross the river to be stored and then  pold cut in small lots. A charge on  the forry would make it rather ex-'  pensive for him.  A number of people on the prairie  wish to do business in Mission City  and others on the -south side of the  river and to have t'o pay will-have a  tendency to eliminate a great part  cf this business ancl divert.it in other  directions. It will .'be a 'case similar  to the milk biisiness between the  south side and Vancouver city. When  as soon as the south train was taken  the morning there was quite a riiilk  trade with the city of Vancouver, but  as son as the south train was taken  off this  business had to go another  way and it is doubtful if ever  rn'lk business ever recovered the blow  There, are many,selling out on tho  south side as sliown by the number  of auction sales during the past few  years.  ft is an imposition on the farmers  of Matsqui prairie to have a toll ferry and detrimental to the business of  the towns closely, connected. Tho  idea of a bridge was to link the two  communities more firmly, giving better service. Service on & ferry to  say the least is at no time any too  satisfactory .and a toll will make it  still more unsatifactory.  Three-fourths of tho business, if  not more of the traffic on the present  ferry is for business, and not for  pleasure and a toll on small business  S*  ONES  aBssaJDaaBBiBffiKv x -.:  ~*-zr-rTr*?>rzr;*n,*<* ^w^yf^rmrr^m 'ffmr ^^r-vairra^tygmt  BARRTSTElt   and   SOUC'TOI*.  - .JiOf) Roj'ers lildu.  Vaiicom or  Cciissi!, J. Milton. Price.  pnrp  f^-jt v.?***--  i ���������  .G.A.PoIlard  Dentist  committee, expressed himself, Hanos  declared.  rlhis second spasm by the, member  for North Vancouver evidently forced  tho Attorney-General to conclude .it  was nbout'time he spoke up for himself, lie gave ;he lie direct .declaring the hitter's statement to be a deliberate falseho od.,  The Premier, too, w.snt over his  previous defense producing as additional proof that, the settlement had  not contemplated the taking over of  plant and equipment used for construction purposes, a photographic  reproduction of a lease batween Pat.  Walsh and the Walsh, Day Lumber  company (it y&s the mill operated  by the latter company at Chakmus on  the line of the P. G. E. railway, to  which Hanes pointed as one specific  instance whore a property properly  coming to the Province had been allowed to go back to the P. G. K. interests.)        ,  But Hanes claimed that evidence.i Opposition critics have been unkiiu'  at the House inquiry in ,1917 had j enough to suggest that a I'roe moid  "shown conclusively that Pat Welsh [car, trips and exceptional opportun-  ancl Foley, Welsh & Stewart were one j't-ies afforded by the position to inane! the same, that, correspondence on 'dulgc in his hobby of hunting, war  file proved the interests of both were ''"ore potent influences inducing th  identical and that while Foley, Welsh doctor to accapt' the/ofliee without ceil:    Stewart    were    the    contractors,  I:  .*J  F������  h~A  j  i  III  ���������������:50 HASTINGS Street, \V.  (Over 'C.P.H.   Tick.   &  Tul.   OHI'i-os;  VANCOUVKIS - ".i.e.  It is'silv.-nys well  to write or phoin:  for   appointments  slaughts   being  pointed  to  nay     the  least, criticism   which   has  found  r:p-  proval from the government idea,.The  Attorney-General'-assorUd   the   .vanu-  administration,  one  for   which   lie  is  responsible as that Department ���������",:uei-  under the Provincial police,     bavin-  resulted,   he  claimed,"  in  more   ofiic  iency at a reduction in cost,  fie pictured the chairman of the board as a  man whose interest in the Conservation of the game was dictated by the  sole  desire   to   be  oi'  public  service.  \\'h,:i ycirsay "ILeiio?" when you answer the telephone  do you realize that you are impeding your telephone service? The person calling invariably asks who is speaking  ancl you tfivc the information you might have given in the  first place. When you answer the telephone why not give  your name or the-name of .your firm and department in  the h>Rt instance? Then you would be getting service  and giving service.   , ��������� , ,  BRITISH. COLUMBIA   TELEPHONE. Co.  <Wffltt������rn������reCJ3TCW7TCZ^^  '"^.'^WlN '  ���������������'������������������  *��������� ^Vv\/\  i  r(L������Aisijcife,twJv-T  Welsh was' a member of the firm  and his dealings were theirs throughout. He claimed the mill should  have come to the province, that materials" turned out by it sines the settlement were rightfully the public's  and that when lhe mill was"rccent'ly  destroyed by fire, insurance to the*  amount of $35,000 was collected by  Pat W-elsh which" should have come  into the coffers of the province.  Premier Oliver administered a verbal spanking to this most recalcitrant member of the party flock ana  wound up by challenging 1 lanes to  meet him before a jury oi' his -own  constituents. The  impression     a-  mong the inembei-s was that the Premier's challenge meant that he would  at the next elections jump into (he  North Vancouver riding and contest  the seat. But later developments dis  closed that all the Premier intended  bw his "challenge" was to meet  Hanes in another debate en the subject, a mere repetition of the slanging match to which House has now  twice been treated to this session.  But the dispute, as aired in the  House this week, was not without its  amusing features. ' It'appears that  Hanes had taken his motion to Mr.  Speaker for revision in the hope that  interests of the two districts.  would  we  think  not  be in  the  best i when   jt   fina,y  appeared   borer-.?   the  House it would be iron-clad so far as  compliance with the rules was con-  earned. .Hanes says Mr. Speaker ro-'  Tho Canadian farmer today wants j vise(1 it for him. Certain it'is Mr.,  reasonable proof that any Increase he ' Speaker threw it out on a point of  make/3 in live stock will find its mar- ��������� order raised by the Premier.  ket. That is the crux of live stock  farming. The farmer wants a return for his investment of capital,  labor and care.  Month by month .the evidence is  accumulating that there is a market  which  the Canadian  can    reach     of  The resolution called for the appointment of a Royal Commission by  tho House. Mr. Speaker held tiiat  under tlie Public Enquiries' Act tlie  House has no authority to appoint  a Royal Commission, a step which  can only be tak-?n by the Lieutenant  which   the   fringe  has scarcely   been Governor-in-council. Further,    he  touched.   Prospects     for   exports   of niic,i; as  Ul0  motion   called   for  the  meats  become  clearer every' month. term���������  tlioreor  being  incorporated  in  Deviation of war in Europe left a any instructions that might be given  deep  cut. in   tho supplies  which   will (o such commission, it was quite out  ta're years to restore, if indeed, they of 0,.[k,,. nK ,t presumcd (() dictatc Ul0  will^ver get-back to a pre-war level rramo ail(]  SCOpe Qf, tho Comin,8s|on  Throughout Europe between  1914 being as!oecl  for  and  1918 a drop of six million head       Attorney-General  in cattle has been figured out; thore  was 9 1-2 million head in sheep and  th:; enormous total of 21 1-<I million  in hogs. This last named is a loss  of almost 50 per cent.  The tax rate struck at Port Coquit-  lam is 22.10 mills. Last rate .17.12  mills.  OVU VICTORIA LKTTKR  Farris showed  considerable heat on . Wednesday  when he rallied to tlie defense of Dr  Baker, chairman of the Game Con- i mcrcb*,r of K*wcnsi  sorvation Board. He was clearly  peeved because of opposition demands for a return .showing just  what amount has been paid out of th;;  public purse on account of disbursements on behalf of that official who  is .supposed to bo'executing his duties  numeration.    The Altorncy-Grmora!':  defense  of   Dr.   Baker  inspired   to  ;  great extent by the fact that the bil-  to amend the    Game    Act    brought  forth   marked   signs   of   disapprova  from   members   on   tlie   government  side,  especially  was  objection   taken  to   tiie   general   administration   ancl  the lack  of proper enforcemsnt,     of  the law. They claimed that only    by  such a system as the old game wardens could the best results be obtained, a system  by which men possessed of knowledge of ^ame condition's  and sympathetic with game conservation and protection, ; were    charged  with the' eniforcemerij.' of the regulations.  But the Attorney-General's oulog1  cf the chairman of the Game l'oai\'  may hav.e had another purpose. A  his invitation members of the Housi  wore this week entertained with i  series of moving pictures of gam?  life. Hon. Mr. Farris stated he desired them all to see'-the views as he  had in mind bringing down legislation, the members would better appreciate after viewing- tho pictures.  He did not take the House into his  confidence but, rumor has it, this  legislation will provide for sending  Dr. Baker at the public expense, tc  England with the movies as a sort of  publicity propaganda.  ;If the argument advanced  by Mr.  Farris,   when   moving  a   six .months  hoist,   of  the   bill   brought   down   by  Major Burde, soldier member for Al-  -berni, to regulate the hours of labor  in  the saw-mills  of  the  province,   is  any  definite  pronouncement  of  government policy, then no further labor  legislation ma\   be expected t'rj.m th:  present administration until    a    programme of such legislation is decided j  upon by the Dominion and provinces  to permit cf uniformity of such laws  throughout the Dominion. He argued  fhat   in   view   of   tho   y-rms   of   thr- ,  Perce  treaty,   to   which   Canada  is  ? i  p:'.riy, of tlrj. roocmmendalions of the ;  Washington International Labor con- i  I'eronce, and tho^e of the r';cr?nt int.-vr-!  provincial  ccnf'jvencc! at  Ottawa,  no!  provincial 'measure:3 should be enact-- J  ed until the wider programme is de- j  cicl'.'d upon. !  J,   ii.   Iiawhov:i.h,vaito  'Gall Stones  -���������-Pains in right side, radiating to  back, shoulders,' under shoulder blade  .ind across hips. Avoid llic-.e i!irc>n;:h  lie use of {"opjitohi ($.".:"() (re-it-  rricnt).     Information   on    i-(".pi'.sf.  So'c   i\3:tunf;u:f uro:\s  >:i {   -ith   Avepue,   .\*o.-l';,   :5:iskalooon  Win. /\tKinson  G<>neral Auctioneer and   Live  Stock -Specialist  l.i years anion"- the .Stocknieii of  lb.- l-'rasc-.i- Valley. Am lamilar  v. ith the different, breeds of live  ���������^iiu-k :inti i.lioir vsihios. '"  Address   nil   conininnications    to  Hox :U Ohiiliwack, R. (j*  l  *u?TJT-7iW-j._.Ta3ra^m-t ... ��������� Tnni ^,,,1,1,1, WW,M,��������� lt, .  mm jii m������ w���������*rviw  *T*r  iskTMfTIQ  IV Sj  P'unerji]   Direct������  AGENT   FOR   HRADSTO.VE*  ?h{i\io CennecilGR. Mission Cit-\  si  ^->i^-n:;j.vj-i;;;^.:i.hT^jiiTia-j^Yi;^^^^  For i Good Smolce  Try  r & Old Sport  CIGARS  3.   C.    CIGAR    FACTORY  W;i_BERG   &  WOLZ,  PROPS  N VV   W EST M INS1ER,  B.C.  it,  i  I'ii i n if  niiiini i m i in' iiiibmwi k   i m in ii   i   ii in   it i  i    mi in * pi ii ii n  mwnin mur *^Nt  Y|t^?F^-������^|T  Minli) hi CiiHiid'a  There is real enjoyment in owning an automobile that is as economical with fuel and  as sparing on tires as the Chevrolet "Four-  Ninety" Roadster.     And there is lasting1  j..  ,-*���������  o  saci.slacr/iori m knowing that its costs xor up  keep will always remain consistently low.  Chevrolet automobiles are built to save  with the same degree of dependability that  they serve. In their construction is embodied.all the weight essential   to comfort  and smooth  ridinar   v/ithoi;  _ J--  I   I  ���������1. XJ  J.T  id,c/  extra  weight that adds nothing to eif ieiency  but  exacts much in additional cost for mainten  ance.  Cv  !P  II  jrcu have but to inquire from'any one of the  II t*'1?/-^;10^ of Qievrolet owners to learn the  1 lu.il,extent of Chevrolet economy   and service;  .stronf'iv  o-fip  ed any such policy claiming British  Columbia has already left in legislation reducing; the hours of labor.  Whatever might bo the outcome of  the wider programme, prrs(??it ' clr.y  needs required ehar.g s. Jfe pointed  out to ���������the .Workmen's Compensation  ^Continued   from   Page  Three)  can't call Bowser, ha's got the goods  en us" is how the Attorney-General  then chairman of  the    investigating  gratuitously, only bis actual travel-'Acfc' tIlft eight hour day from i;'ank  ling and other expenses being giv-jn ILo banlc in tho coal mincs and other,  him. The opposition has been" dfr- | le&is!at-ion benefitting the working  ecting considerable criticism towards I mal1' ,aws Ijas3ecl ov ,he former Con-  Dr. Baker and to the administration Iservativc administration, as striking  ot the Game    uepartment, ��������� their on- j samples of advanced and much need  ' ed legislation.  %K Motors  CHEVROLET and DODGE AGENTS  <i*t3**x*���������jK������nwBx<9XT-zrui*rwr.vi.  ,*i^#iv/nx'ww^-u3������1fr-^.w;('^/'������*f.-������'rx/rrx:ii3  7x/rrx:iisrt ���������* T^t^rjarMT-.-w  ���������<'')i  !  'B  m  &i  v:  * \  v  * ���������  t  if'*;-  i  t  '���������"���������������, 22-  TliKABBOTSPORD PQST  <������(y������V'r"  PAGE THREE  ' ���������'''?>  !  I  ?  ���������I  *'  '  ���������������.-  . n  ,* C:  m!������  u'v  /*���������;-  Have you got it?   -Pyorrhoea?' ���������  According to Major Kuzanjain of the -13ritii.il  France and Captain Nouine of the American  staff, Prorrhoea is is directly responsible for an  of over fifty different diseases'.of the human sys  be cured.    Call in for an examination.  Phone 7303.��������� ' ' WILSON BLOCK Mission City, B. C  -*  i  ������������������;>* uiA1*'.* *v*,������.'ii  i-41'.i*  mmbi) i  Rod  id the  ���������tern.  ies; in.  Crcbs  cause  ft can  i  C I  Letter  Heads  Bill  Heads  Envelopes  Statements  Poster  s  nipping  Tags  Visitinj  Cards  ���������Etc. -Etc.  The Merchant who advertises his goods thereby shows  his confidence in them.   His  #���������  advertisement is an invitation to the people to test his  sincerity by testing his goods.  This paper has a bona fide  circulation and an adv. in it  will' reach the man . .who  spends his money in his own  province.  For Job .Printing  This office is equipped with  an assortsiient of type and  paper that will insure a perfect and artistic piece of work.  srifrJamwmjvxLfXziswz*  ?ougers  Loose  Leaves  Invoices  ice  . Invitations  Receipts  Circulars  eal  Tickets  en next you see- a good,  well executed piece of printed  mktter, whether it. is: business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any of the numerous printed articles, examine it carefully and you will 'invariably  find that it is the product of  is office. The intelligent  usiness Men, Farmer and  Fruit Grower alike demands  and receives  enus  Etc. Etc.  ..  a  nntmg  is  up to a Sta  not. down to a .Price3  e  Hub Square  Mission.City  ses _  ttx^mJ^wuS^^mlziM  Si  Victoria, March S.���������The fifth week  of a session which, the long-sr it lasts  the more  apparent it.  becomes  that  thf>. government ,>yas  almost  wholly  unprepared  with  its'-legislative  p.io-  ������.cjniiiie and w'iv.;-..i, almostdaily, has  given evidence of a lack of direction  has "nsv'ertheless hot,been lacking in  vhat    Mr. W.    J. Bowser    is    wont  to'call a "brute majority" arraigned  \gainst it can expect to have a difficult task in exercising its functions  cast upon it under the present politic  al system:    The fact is that to date  . honors  have  gone  to  the   minority.  The':week has seen the government  on the defensive.-   True, the Premier  continues to display his wonted militant frame of mind and. with a polit-  j leal, chip on his shoulder, to assert his  i readiness to meet all-comers, but the  clear evidence, of the growing independents spirit in his own political fol-  ��������� lowing is indication that party methods designed to. keep the rank and file  in ;lin:e are lacking in that essential  quality known as "punch. ���������  - it cannot be said.that Premier OH-  ver is, finding much assistance from  his confreres of the cabinet, with the  possible exception of Attorney-General Farris whose chief effort during  the week has be en to rally to the defense of his chairman of the Game  Conservation, Board, who and whose  adminstration of . that ollice, has  come under hot fire from the opposition.  To the' on-looker following daily  procediugs of the. House, the impression is irresistible conveyed v I hat  that there is an almost entire lack of  team-work in the government ranks.  Tf ever there was a session characterized by an evident spirit of "get by''  It ,is the picsent one. Five weeks  consumed and not a week's work  done is not a showing for which the  present administration can hope lo  claim much kudos. ��������� Legislation is  coming down in dribblets and, at  times, the close of tine day's work  has seen the order paper almos-t  -���������.leaned up. True, there have bson  x number of items dealt with which,  HOW YOU GAN TELL  GENUINE ASPIRIN  Only Tablets with "Bayer Cross'  are Aspirin���������No others 1  Lo the uniniatcd might i-.pp-var,of firs',  importance,'but most of them are introduced with the idea of creating  the impression that British.Columbia  '.3. being imposed upon by the Federal  government, and all forni part of that  propaganda arising out of'which will  be heard at the next.general elections  the cry of Provincial Rights. The motion by the Minister of Lands calling upon "the House, to urge upon Ottawa, the necessity of handing over  to the-Provinco the lands within ths  railway belt and the Peace River  block, that of the Minister of Mines  calling for the maintenance of the  work" of the Dominion'Geological survey, a work which necessarily suffered during the war; and motions by  various government supporters,clearly inspired, calling for returns bearing upon matters having a federal  aspect such as fisheries, dual titles  in the LO. &. N. railway belt, 'Settlers'  Rights and others, are all "old stuff  hut being dished up again, a species  cf political camouflage designed to  impress the public with the groat  idea that the administration is actually doing'soiucthing worth while.  The House early in the week way  treated to another exhibition of internecine' strife within the* govern-',  incut ranks when the irrepressible  George S. Hanes, Liberal member for  North Vancouver, returned to lite  charge he levelled thrc;!' weeks, ago  against the Premier, one accusing the  latter with having, through his'interference with government inspectors  sent out to check up ascts taken over  from the former P. G. 13. interests  under the settlement reaclml in I!) I ft,  permitted, valuable assets to he retained .by those interests.  I Janes  was evidently  not    at    .-in  satisfied   Avith   the     general     denial  made by  the  Premier in  the course  of   the   later's  speech   in   tho.  deba'l.n  or the Address in" Reply. 11 is motion  wiling for the    appointment    <:"    n  Uo:.al Comiiiisi'ou was, however, -.'i:l-  sc'  out of order as was predicted  it  would be.     But ii was prodiu'r.'V') ct  lengthy debate and some new and interesting side-lights upon inside political happenings and motives.      For  instance, Hanes took occasion to correct a former statement of his relative to the motive which, he asserted  moved  the  Attorney-General .during ���������  tlie 1917 House investigation into P.  U.   13.  affairs  to  resist  his   ( Miuif-j';  demand that Mr. W. J. Bowser, K.(.'..  opposition   leader,   should   b-?.   culhid  before the investigat.'ng committee, to  testify to  what he  knew  concerning  contributions  of  P.   G.   E.   funds  to  party campaign funds.  '   Hanes s-iid  :hat his previous declaration that tiie  Attorney-General  had  then told him  to  go  easy  hecau32   "Bowser  knows  Loo much" was true in substance but  that that was nolexactly how tho. A.  1. expressed himself. "For God's sabo  (Continued on Page Four)'  m CENT ���������"CASCARETS-;--  FOR LIVER AalD P>m  There is only one Aspirin.'lhat marked  with the "Bayer Gross"���������all other tablets arc only acid imitations.  Genuine "Bayer Tablets cf Aspirin"  have been prescribed by'physicians for  nineteen years and proved safe by millions for Pain, Headache, Neuralgia,  Golds, Rheumatism,  Lumbago, Neuritis.  Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets���������also  larger "Bayer" packages, can. bo 'had  at any drug store.    Made in Canada.  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered  in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of  Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid.  While it is well known that Aspirin  means Bayer manufacture, to assist the  public against imitations, the Tablets of  Bayer Company, Ltd., will be .stamped  with their general trade mark, the  "Bayer Cross.''  hltio   Sick   Headache,   C":.'  Biliousness, Sour Stomach,  Breath���������Candy Cathartic;  :ac:  ITo" otlds how bad your liver, fvlomr:".'  or bowels; how much your head ache?,  how miserable you are from constipation, Indigestion, biliousness and sluggish'bowels���������you always get relief vfith  Cascarefcs. They immediately cleanse  and regulate the stomach, remove the  sour, fermenting food and foul gases:  take tho excess bile from the liver and  carry off tho constipated waste matter  and poison from tho intnatinea anc  bowels. A 10-cent box from yonr druq  ginfc will -'.cop your livsr and bowe's,  clean: stomach sweet am", hijad cKir i-y-:  months.   Ihey wcrk while you deep. Bina  -ft  PAGE FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD  POST,   ABBOTSPOttD,  B.  &  I  TAYLOR &  THAN THE BEEF, PORK, VEAL and other Fresh Meats  : Purchased',-from  WHITE & CARMICHAEL ���������  Successors-to C. Sumner  GIVE US A TRIAL FOR A MONTH AND BE CONVINCED  B.   C.   Phone   4 1.  Farmers' Phone   1909  License No. JM2!>23  Abbotsford, ELC.  (Late Henderson &' Taylor)  CIVIL ENC1INI0EKS & SUltVKVOI'.S  Box 11   Abbotsford, B. C. Phone 31 X  ' Barrod Rock Setting Eggs For Saie  ���������rj.-jiir. lu..  Setting Eggs for sale from my specially selected pen of Barred Rocks,  Winners of all First Prizes in Utility  Classes at Mission City Poultry Show  Mated with "College Boy" who' comes  from trapnested 268 egg hen (Four  year pedigree shown on nacjueoj '.j  ; Price $3.00 for, fifteen. Shipping, ���������  charges extra. Apply Gordon Kirk  Patrick, Clayburn; P. 0., B. C.  ������    M  '0  &*������& JL=^ MssS  .These fine clays put one in notion that the  Garden needs attention again. Some  people will plant seeds early.. . Our seeds  ..re particularly adapted to early sowing.  cli c;  GIVE US A CALL.  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and   BaKer  Your Buildings against Fire. Because rebuilding costs 100  cent more than a few years ago. Yet Insurance rates have  increased.  per  not  //. O. HARTLEY, Abbotsford, B. C.  Representing Hoard Companies Only  TRAFFIC TRUCK. LINE  Fast Daily Freight Service- between Vancouver, Abbotsford and  intermediate points including New Westminster, Cloverdale, Langley  Prairie, Murrayville and Aldergrove.  General Freight Delivered  &  LONG DISTANCE  FURNITURE  MOVING  Nothing' too large���������'��������� Nothing too small  COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEED  P. and  H. CONL1N  Abbotsford Office: Abbotsford Garage, Phone Abbotsford 7.  Vancouver  Office:   321   Kingsway,   Phone   Fairmont   3700  OPPOSITION ("JETTING CURIOUS  Victoria, March S.���������Opposition  curiosity- concerning the doings of i  the present Liberal administration  continued unabated ancl some interest  ing information is being secured in  answer to questions asked. The fact  that a man is a relative of a member  of the cabinet is no bar to his being  given a nice- posiicSfli in he public  service these days. There was a time  ���������when such a thing was frowned down  upon by the Liberals���������when they  were In the opposition. uBt times  have changed ancl, well, other times  other methods.  ,T. L. Watson,brotherinlnw of I-Ioii.  Pattullo to add to tlie gaiety of the  Mouse by pulling -a brand new one  in way of camouflage answer. "Civilian duty" is his reply to opposition  questions in regard to the war service, if any, of C. 13. Paterson, assistant to the Minister of Lands, and  William Turnbull, recently appointed  Lumber Commissioner.. Both these  individuals have made rapid progress  in the public service. Both come  from Prince Rupert, the Minister's  constituency, and both were ardent,  supporters of Hon. Mr. Pattullo, who  has a faculty of looking after his  friends. In two years their salaries  have been jumped from $150 to $250  nor   month   the  while  old-time  civil-  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Improvements at Nicomen  Island, B. C," will be received at this  oflice until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,  March HO, 1'020,.1'or the construction  of a dam in Slough from Devil's Run  Island to Nicomen Island, Fraser Ri-  vor, District of New Westminster, 13.  C.  Plans and forms of contract, can be  seen and specifications and forms of  tender obtained at this Department,  at the odices of the District Engineers at New Westminster, B. C; Victoria, ii. C; and at the Post Oflices,  Vancouver, B.  C, and Doroche,   B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless made on printed fcrms supplied  by the Department and in accordance  with conditions contained "therein,  .  Each tender must be accompanied,  by an accepted cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the Minister cf Public Works, equal to 10 p.  c. of,the amount of the tender. War,  Bonds of tho Dominion will also be  accepted as security, or War Bonds  and cheque if required to make up an  odd amount.  Note.���������Blue prints can be obtained  at this Department ,jy depositing an  accepted bank cheque for the sum of  $2 0, payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, which will be  returned if the intending bidder submit a regular bid.  By order,  R. C. DESROCHERS,  Secretary.  Department of Public Works,  Ottawa, March 1, 192 0.  tsnsibly Hepburn's trip was in connection with his duties as movie censor in B. C. He was after new ideas  The side-trip to Universal City -yas  t a very expensive one, as it cost  only some $60 odd. At that point  are housed the bathing beauties so  frequently screened before B. O.  audiences in fetching apparel consisting chiefly of sun-burn and smiles,  vlr. Hepburn, at the public cxp-sme,  wa3 enabled to "look 'em over."  i  A T. N. T. Explosive of great strength,  ;afety and freedom from nbxious fumes  No Headaches  IB'  'Insurance of all kinds  NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  i  Abbotsford  H  ,T. D. McLean, inister of Education i servants, with long and iniritorioui'  lias boen safely ensconced in the po-3-!-service in the public interest, have rc-  ition  of  head  of  the  free-text book  coivc-d no considerate i  branch of that Department  at a sal-  While the public   Accounts    Corn-  Zivy of ?]75 per month as a starter | mittee has not yet really got down  In'answer to questions by Pooley I to business, having so far held but  Conservative," Esquimau, why some two meetings .the first of which was  one in tho service had not been pro-' for purely organization purposes,  moled, Dr. McLean i.dmiitod that his some interesting details of financial  relative was "tho best man available disbursements by oflicials of the- gov-  for the pesiti.-)���������:." i eminent, have been obtained. For in-  Samuel  Weaver, a relative of tlie!Bta"cc Civil    Service    Commissioner  Premier,  has again  broken   into  the ' Mc'nncs  on a  $4000  a year salary,  WANT  OF  BUSINESSLIKE  METHODS  IN  L.  S.   BOARD  limelight. Last year he made application for a grant to certain tide-fiats  in Mud Bay where he is living, iiis  and  other similar  applications  worn  lias been charging up $7.25 on weekend trips to Vancouver, ostensibly on  "inspection work." Until recently  his family continued to reside in Van-  not, favorably considered, the Minis- jeoiivcr  where lie   was  formerly pro-  tor of Lands stated.     Weaver is the ; '"incut  same   individual   who,   in   19 17,   was  affairs.  in   the   local    Liberal   party  To Mr. Bowser, the    Comp  ared at a substantial daily wage to trolior-gen.-vai. admitted he did not  watch P. G. E. auditors engaged upon ; consider -these vo.ucliera should pro-  an audit of that company's books ' l"J,,|y ,,e chargeable i.o the. public  thon held in the custody of the gov- ; treasury but the Provincial Seerot-  crnnient. It was what might Ijo !':l,"y* iL WPoars, considered '.hey  termed a "soft job" permitting VV'ea- j nhould be raid. It is signiflcar.i -that  ver to add to his intellectual equip-| v''hon *'���������'���������"��������� Commi-;.:'oner recun'y  ment through tho medium of the Pro-! bought his family to Victoria to r:-  vincial Library, the whilche sat and . sir,e' Ul������:'- week-end trips ceased,  guarded the P. G, B." documents. It T]ie vouchers he was accustomed t'j  is Weaver, in iespe.ct.of whom Hon. j*nit in worc supposed'to be based up-  John Hart, replying to ..opposition;0" a special rate for accommodation  questions suggesting that a return-.|at lhe Vancouver Hotel. Mr. Bowser  ed soldier, preferably a disabled one  suggested   the   Commissioner  stayed  might well have been given the work,  made the maladroit reply: "If was  necessary  to  employ  some  one  who  with iiis family when in that City.  The public purse has    also    been  drawn upon by Walter Hepburn, tho  was trustworthy",   "a    reply    which  chief censor of Moving Pictures,    to  created a hitter feeling among the re- i P^ llic expenses of a trip to sunny'  turned soldiers.  It has remained for  Hon.    T.    D.  I California in the course of which ho  j made a side trip to Universal City,  (the home of tho movie industry. Os-  Businesslike methods are no feature of the operations of the Land  Settlement Board if information  which the opposition has p/'ed fi mi  i the government during the week is  any criterion. Perhops thore ia a  ���������roa'on for ������������������/!������������������ iack of this ossene'r..  in view of recent happenings which  have culminated in the resignation of  M. H. Nelems, chairman of the Board  a resignation the direct outcome of  the dissatisfaction existing among  members of the Board over an account of his autocratic methods and  tho pulling at cross purposes among  the members themselves, conditions  making for harmony or satisfactory results from the public standpoint. As .yet no successor tc Nel-  ems dias been named. Rumor has it  that there is some active wire-pulling  being done by party cupportzrfs lc  land the job which carried with it a  salary of $33 00 per year and expenses.  It cost the public of the province  last year $41;5fi0 to maintain the  Beard as a going concern. Directors  drew down $13,200 in salaries and  $9,646 in expenses. Salaries of staff  totalled $17,039 and staff expenses  '$'1,605.  While the board has been locating  settlement areas ail over the pro.yincfi  with a total acreage of 120,000  acres'of which those at Telkwa  Vanderhoof and Marten Lake comprising 6 0,000 acres have been opnn-  ed for settlement, there have to date  been exactly sixty-seven settlers plac-  Qn the claim tliat it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  newspaper advertising, a good many unnecessary advertising schemes are sold to business men.  i  The plans for buying are usually made in the home at  the warm fireside, not when the family is on an amuse-  j  ment jaunt.  Supplementary advertising includes   all   advertising  outside of newspaper advertising.  ed on the land, according to inior-  mation supplied by Hon. E. D. Barrow, Minister of Agriculture. In addition there are the four development areas as follows. Courtney, 14,-  000 costing $67,203; Cr-eston, 7,000  acres, $34,848; Kelowna. 400 acres.  $34,54 3," and Ferine, 1,500 acres, the  cost of which is not stated.  But while the public lias been called upon to pay some $4 1,000 odd !or  administrative outlays for tlie above  amaH resolution, the board apparen-  'y practically    neglected    tlie    great  work of asisfing agricultural .develop-"  :norit through    making    agricultural,  loans to tlie farmers.     Loans to farmers last, year aggregated by  $110,-  255 one hundred applications having  been  received  but many of them refused.     But   what action   was   taken  n  that respect did     not    over-look  ���������rood  Liberal friends of the administration.    Tharo is at least one fndn-  idual whose dealings with the Land  '-;r.ttlorucnt Board have been eminently satisfactory to himself. One Thomas Morrison, erstwhile president    of  the Kelowna Liberal Association, the  same individual  who    secured    that  $!),000 rake off on the purchase    by  the Board of the Christian ranch  at  Kelowna, a transaction which cost Mr  Dellart,   member  of   tho   Board,   his  position, has boen  favored    with    a  $10,000   loan   by   the  board   on   the  security of property in Lot 1040 Xam  loops division.  Confirmation of the well grounded  belief that there has been decided  friction between the Land Settlement  Board and the Department of Lands  in respect of the jurisdiction in tho  matter of land settlement and devel-  fument, was forthcoming in the  course cf the House debate upon tho  Soldiers' Land Act, one designed to  increase the $500,000 provided last  year to acquire and develop lands for  soldier settlement, to one million.  This act is being administered by tho  Department cf Lands, the while the  soldier"settlement schemes at Court-  cnay, Creston and elsewhere aro being carried on under tlie direction of  the Land Settlement Board. The Department of Lands has already spent  some $550,000 on the South Okan-  agan scheme which will, the Minister,  of Lands stated cost "probably another million or two" before it is  finished. Under the fire of opposition critics it was disclosed that there  is no really definite policy being pursued for co-operation between tho  two departments.  A RESIDENT OF HATZIC IS I)EAI>  Great iregret and  sorrow is being  felt throughout the district over the  death" of Mrs. McTaggart,  who after  a painful illness died on Wednesday  morning.     She  leaves to  mourn her  loss a husband and a son,  J     The funeral takes place on Satur-  I day from the family residence at ITat-  j./.ic to the Hatzic cemetery.  -������������������'-"'���������:���������'  ."'���������������'���������" n''  ;-.'"'-'.'(i  ���������ml  it.;.  t  -������  Cv"'  .**���������������.:-  X  I  i  ���������' u  -  (���������1    \t  I

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