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The Abbotsford Post Mar 23, 1917

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 7-  (L-  ii  (���������"*  o.  view*1*!*! va-������*.:  Kn^M "���������'  ton  $ Affirm*  f  .���������/>������   -    -    - ' J?*''? MWV.i,   "tlllil il.  vvsch which as mcoir^orc-xea    A tag i'-ii   *���������i *_    t\   ���������.:,���������/���������/���������< W.,;;, ������������������--f^-v--^^.-^*??���������  asxxM!^'ja!2SijyJseviAC.'j_0!a3^z_rsa^ ''iil*i ^.{iij������fitNr~i'-j������F&*i-. ~._.      ���������  i .1 is..*, .v.'i,:., L: W. A    lO' it,,  J?  \T  Vol. XIII., No. 19  a.bbotsfo:-:d, I  c.  Friday; Makci; 2i\ VJi'I  'i'.'. ���������;-.'*������������������  o  $1.00 per Year  ! S3EJBaBBfMSE2EI3^^  S STORE  Our Ooods j'i,rc l.ho .'Best.  Special Value In  25 Dozen Pairs   of "Men's Cotton  Black and Greys per, pair :  Ladies' Cotton .and Silk   Lisle  111   25c  Stocking  D  Per Pair 20c, 35c and- 50c  Men's Pants,-$2.90 and  .f������3J30 a pair  Gard  en Seeds and-  Q  lower ^eeas  In great variety.   All the leading brands.  McKenzie'$, Ferry's   Steele   Briggs   m\  Rennie's. (Dutch Sets and Shallots)  Complete Stock of choice Fresh Groceries |  always on hand at popular prices.  J_________J-EX_\  _____l___&j___a__4__-l_____Q___\  Tlio  regular meeting of ilu>  Alal's-  (jiu" cotMifil   was  ln*i(l. . on     Snlui'duy i  la hi. at.   Gifford,  all   iiiouiheir.. of   lln j  council  being presold. I  Correspondence    waa    read    from'  Premier  !ii'o\v:-:i..)r acknowledging re-,  coipl,   of   I.wo   resolutions   Ironi    l he:  council of Malsnui which will receive  ii.s attention  and duo consideration. :  !<>om  (.ho !"���������. C. F.  Ii. re condition '  oi' crossing at Harris road which will'  ie alloiide-d  to  iiijmecljiitoly. J  From Y. M". C. A. asking for money'  to help carry on -the patriotic work '.  of tho military services' depot "of tho-  Y.   M.   C.  A. ���������   ,  Phinney-Melander  that  the  muni-1  cipality, grant  the sum. of  $100   foe  the military service depot of the Y.   -  M.'C.  A. < '. i  Prom \V. C. P. C: enclosing cheque' :  for  $400   being  the year's  subscription to the maintenance    of    certain  roads within the muncipalily as pro-;  vided in the power bylaw! j  "The extension of our lines will bo''  subject matter of immediate correspondence between this office and lhe:.  board of directors" says Mr. McNeil  tii council,  and T. Co..  staling that Sun da Singh was at one  r.ime an employee hut not since last  August.  I'^ji From Bu.rna.by council asking for  O- amendment of motor trail'ic regulat-  j&jj ions so as fo ir-.elucti, foreign speed  g; artists.  j>|| Phinney-Melander that this council  endorse the suggestions made by tho  Burnaby council to the government  in'a letter dated March 9 referring fo  the regulalion^of the'motor traffic.  Owen-Melan'der that in view of the  recognized direct injury to the agricultural interests by    the    mosquito  On   '!'!;  *'r  wa i  ���������!   be  cf  ', :���������    Im  'it   .\:r.  ii:-.: !:\v  ai'lei'u  I'*.'.-.*.   y.r\ :.!g.  ��������� ns id ('-'"j". [ ;���������. ���������iy  i   when   ii   is  ������������������"11inr������'������t"   will  .M'i'od.l'i.-nl  the   SOU Ml    h  'ton H  does  eO'!l"S   .i   Uu!  11 i.c! the  office again.  K7 G'':'"CM ."I,\y.l)AV   AT   HAND  ..)n   Mr.  Sum-    ' Abbotsford    March    22nd.���������It    is  .'������������������-')'.-.' this may1 noaring .May Day again and the chil-  groat    uewsjdren of the village arc  looking eag-  niade known j crly forward fo the joyous event. The  also  take  fin*, vol ing  for  May  Queen   resulted     in  with   him  io.Aliss  I**velyn  Nelson     being    chosen  I way  I'OSt    OlliCC!  i:Ui of   Lhe  ra  cui. some liguro and nolo/ of Jmijortance.  niev'ing dry  for the pest  f-ars ago it was  borne  cl lhe sGUlh side, and when lhe Jai.e  AJr. jVic.lJulloch took' over tlie position  of pose master he established it  whsro it -has stood'for lhe past six  y.-avs. Maybe again il visit the north,  .-sitie a'.'for if gets tired of the south.  What should really he done is for  J)'-* prreiile io gel together and choos**  some site for a public building and  have the government endorse their  ?������������������;. "'Oh -l;y pu re ha sing tlie lot or lols,  i,Ii'.* building ,to be erected after the  \\iir \,hc.'ji the eod  times come.  r!*h  is \fi i L          ..-..-   - ���������  * jj-d,1 board of directors" says ft  y jiy   in  his  leftc?; to the Alatsiu  III M    -  From   Abbotsford   T.   an  U  Yor  k  with a large majority. Her maids  of honor will be Majority MacGow-  ��������� iin. Dorothy Dockins, Eva Ware and  Wilhcmia McPhee. The eocutive committee consists of sixteen persons,  who each in turn will work on the  various committees. Mr. E. Scot-  void is' acting treasurer and Mrs. A.  Taylor as President-Secretary.  Drilling ancl practising .is being  held in (.lie Masonic Hall, the school  teachers and others giving their'as-.  sistance generously. The date is set  for May 1.8th in hopes that by then  the weather will be somewhat settled  Miss Marie Scotsvold, the present  May Queen is expected home soon  from Calfornia where she and Mrs.  /"���������cot'.'old have been enoying an extended  holiday.  The Red Cross Society of Abbots-  lord have been offered the booths on  lhe   grounds ' during   the   afternoon',  aud  have readily accepted tho offov  so  that all will  have the opportunity   of   supporting   this   worthy   fund  on May Day.     Miss M. Nelson, sister  j uf the Queen-elect, has very gracious-  I ly consented to play for the practises :,  land on May  Day, and the committee /  are  to  he congratulated .in securing!  the services of so talented a pianist. \  'Purthcr-pa-rticulars' and- details   "will 1  ten suits i appear from time to time, as arrange-  iuU(5t-. one pair pillow  cases,  two I ments are completed.  els.     More   work     was     received j    given out.       i"':-*li pairs of socks!      Mr. and Mrs. \V. McNabb and fam-  o sent by ir.div'.'uai members tojily, old resilents here, are selling out  at  the  front.    Subscriptions; and preparing to move to Saskatoon  lK:^T'XGi>f>X NEWS  U]*p(-}T Sinuaf*   Women's  Insti-  mi  of Mrr  Kraser  t at x\\q bouse  i-lunfiugdciL    on     March     8  ;ro v. ���������-.."'e present. Mpsdames Canip-  I, Cobloy, Krast.r,    Hart,    JMcivlur-  />  i>iiy, J,T-:r*:,;iy, Porter,  ac-v, T'lil'v,  Winso:  L'".  York:   and aisc  ���������;. vileu and i'1'.ss  . h ; Jied Cress Koci  -\\^<zt uineteoii pj!j  Ol  rcj:c-rfcu  Purvis    Skin  '���������"vaser York. T  two  visitors  Ivlrs  cvnavd.  to.  Komamg  at New  \vest-  ocka.  OISI������BB-.v ,   MEI  'mm  1_____>A  ra I  to-the Red Cross fund were received; to make their future home,  from   Mr.   Fooks,   Mr.   Campbell  and I  _  pest the municipal council of  Mats-: .71 iv Porter.    Ten  cent s  was   found j     Among   the   Abbotsford   residents  Gazley Block  CULTIVATE   VACANT  LOTS  ABBOTSFORD, B. C. I  _msssassssssssss^^ssssEif_^BSs_i'  qui" hereby request the Entomological  in the P. O box.    Mrs. Hart reported; who attended the Auto show in Van  department of the    agricultural    department   of   the   provincial   govern-!  ment   fo   place   the  mosquito   under'  the noxious insects pest act and that  steps be taken by Iho deparfmenl for  its control ancl eradication.  Phinney-Meiander  that   the   coun-'  ponding ?:*) to the prisoners of war  ���������IrTul. and a letler was read concern-  ingtijc   roscfrictioas   on   the  sending  of private parcels. It was moved by  Airs. Campbell, seconded by Mrs. Mc-  iMiirpiiy, and carried that a dollar  bo   sent   for   a  parcel   to   go   to   Mr.  couver last week were,- Mr and Mrs.  J. F. Boyd, Mr. P. Taylor, A. Lee, A.  Ryali and Dr. T. A. Swift.  Methods Suggested For Utilising' Va-  cant Ground  For  Gardens.  From the experience gained in several Canadian cities and towns during the past few years in utilizing vacant lots for garden purposes, the  following methods are suggested for  those who have not yet undertaken this work.  1. An organization should be  formed, on the executive committee  of which are at least, two men or two  women, who are enthusiastic and  will devote some time to looking after the preparation of the land ancl  the laying out of the plots.  2. Owners of vacant land should  cf the portion of the N. E.  1-'J  sec  .1.   L).  plot  for him.  The .last method is tlie one  is likely to be the most    satisfacfor  for information in.regard to rules or! l"*ct  ol!  Matsqui  taken  in   exchange  by-laws the reader is referred to tho! '"or road purposes changed to J Ms Ma  il hereby consent to have the deeds] .Vfuurcc, formerly minister at Yvhat-jR.   McGcorge,   W.   II  Among those who registered at the  Abbotsford hotel during the past few  | days are:  J. E.  Lester, Port Haney;  j R.   McGcorge,   W.   II.   Maley,   \V.  A.  of socks to be: Oswald, r. w. Swetman. A K. Free-  Vvhichj 1.4, Tp.   j'l  from A.  Gillis am  McLean of the corno.ation 'of tho dis  born,   J.   G.   Millichamp,   Vancouver.  accounts of the work of the several!  organizations in Canada referred to  in a bulletin being printed, by the Dominion Government, as in it there  will, no doubt, be found sufficient  suggestions to enable by-laws to be ���������  be drawn up for particular needs.  Jloy Scouts  Can  Help.  Boy Scouts can be made very useful in encouraging garden making  and the use of vacant lols. In Ottawa they were employed in 1.9io by  the public Health Committee of tho  Local council of women    in    cleliver-  H.&'O .  1.11e King-  Mr. IT.  Faulkner, Mr. Morgan and  Smith iuferviewed the council re road  In  Hip aL'ternon a meeting of  the  -;o'7i read; also a pai  inclosed.  Mrs. Tf. F. York reported that Miss  '���������.rury   had   arranged   an   "increased i      T1*e many friends of    Mrs.     Dan  .������������������������������������iduclion" s-meme for iior pupils at   Smith  will  be pleased to  loam that  Viuifcom road school.      Miss Ylem\y ,sho is progressing very favorably af-  ;  ���������..'---:-:-; cvh iun-.il  a   urdiar, which   tev  undergoing an   operation  in   the  ],  'U.  ;1  coand.i  wi  held  witli  Cl!i\.'C' (},'S :  tion leu- the purpose of taking <>  the hall at Gifford by the council  per vote of the people  last clecii  a i  A!  '��������� p"*""  *l **���������  t V  !i  ,1 h  perience that it is important for the  organization to, at least, plough and  harrow the land for the plot holders  tho first year. Few persons who  have not done any gardening before  can be induced to prepare land for  seed sowing on their initiative.  f). There are four methods by  which funds may be rased to prepare  the land.  (a) By an appeal to wealthy  citizens  for  contributions. J  (b.)     Dy grant from city or^town:  council, If iiecoasiiry, cm the    understanding that the money will be    returned by the plot holders when they,  have harvested their first crop. |  (c.)     The city    or    town    council!  might appoint a committee to    carry!  out such work, the city to aid in ev-j  every possible way, in order that    a  movement of this kind may have    at:  least the greater    sympathy    of    iiu:  civic officials, it    would    seem   -des-'  irable for the organiation to have    a  room in the city or town hall for its  meeting. \  (d.)By charging each  plot    holci-j  er a small amount, for preparing the  A new map lias just bean is-stied  (ho   Railway   Lands Branch,   Dep-irt-  lueiit of tiie i!U.--;r''c>r, Oti". v:i.     *.������ i.ich  will no doubt be iiailod with pleas:������������������ re  by the mercantile    a:rl    prufri-si-'jisr.!  Seed can be obtained in bulk at chea- community;  it is entitled the .'udie-  per rate than in packages    and    can  ial District mi";.     The merchant, tar-  be put up in packages by the Scouts.' mer cr'othcr cifir.cn of the    west,    as  The Scouts also delivered pamphlets; -.veil as the,wholesaler of    (lie    L'asi.,  on  Vegetable  Gardening.    This per-   has oftimes noted the paucity f'or tbe  sonal touch did much, it is believed,   information with regard Lo    the    cx-  to decide those to make gardens who  act location of the points    at    v. i:ich  had been in cioubt before,    as    many   Killings of the court are held, or    a-'  ox-   people would    accept    pamphlets    if   which title C.wA  .L  _ ,      ,.,. , .     ..      ing vegetable seeds which had    been  be invited to otter such property lor j doU������lted ,*or tho pUrp0SG ol; oncourag-  garden making. ! ing the noorer people fo make garden  3. Assuming that a lairly large' *  number of lots have been offered by  their owners, it should be widely advertised that one of these is available to any citizen who will be willing to work it, experience having  shown that all classes in the community are interested in this work.  4. It has been    learned    by  ;Iio  LO   lie   '.ih<.  g. er ili'e s.ock  xluce is. to  he sold in  tbefall   for  :ie ciuui'akle purpose.  A   ������������������.���������I'd" was read  from,Miss  'Till,  ing-  if  a::y   lVnimr.V   wives*   were  ling   {(.���������   K.ke   '.i'.j'     children      a.;  {".:e f.,!:nmer.  It was  i-"t a  n:::k-c  in  the  pest  [���������;   yiy   kidh-y   willing   lo  'ie db'cct to Miss Hill, at  ic,ya',"t_-r.  i  under  eggs for set--  Vancouver general    hospital,  :id the resultant   lue c'irc ������'' !1|s. Swift and McLennan  Iilrs.  D.  Campbell of Mt. Lehman  is  keeping   house  during  Mrs.. Smith's  absence. ,  r\.  .-'in  -?"!!  ion  s;:b  i-i'm'-ii's   i*-'ii','  Ci'  the loci in  .jv*'.:f:j  o;*.   \.-11 i������-11  ii"l   II  y una T;  ;-,rembev;  ,p-i(.;i    rio;.  t'  eiiing ol i he  .'S on the var-  she was I ii  tinI it was decid-'d  (Mi meL-iiugs on Mon-  v-lay at 2:'.U>.  *>vero lvmiitded 11.at all  ors of voting in provin-  u-  c'r  ���������.ms I'm:  A   mo:;  m \V,  t re'-'ister before  . interesting paper  i.n*:i of Mote"     was  (':: ir,|i  .)!  On  brought fo fiiem,    who    would    not  documents of similar nature may h  do  ���������i I fi-s:,m'.:i!s  au-  v. i--r-  ke the trouble to get themselves.  A WOJil) AXD A SMLIE.  Don't  hurry -through  life with  a frown on your face  And never a moment, to spare,  For the word and the smile,  that is always worth while.  In a world full of trouble and  care.  There is sunshine for all in  this workaday world,  But you'll have to go after  your share,  And you'll miss it, of course.  If pleasure and plenty  With never a moment lo  .spare.-  And if you have sunshine and  love in your home,  if pleasure and plenty  abound,  Don't hoard up your store,  you'll enjoy it the more.  If you scatter a little around.  ���������K. J. Joseph.  i*   cej  ��������� .en  I   !   ;  I  I  ;  \i!--v  :; i ���������:  c!'  registered This data is of obviou:  'fit and importance*, to all tli'v-i*  : ing matter's of a liti-;iou.; r-.i.ui-  hand.    The   now. j.-���������������������������ii<-;si :cm   ���������.  . by an elaborafe. .b*i'  : color scheme., file I  .i land regis'ratirm' a:  | triets. in the prvivimn :, <>��������� 'i,;ui  : Saskatchewan -and \i!--*i'i-;.  i������������������fain towns containing belli (  'House and registray cl.ii  ; dice ted on every, map by ;  I one color, while t',oso  ; one, but not boiii of tlu*:-  \ ieiices. are shown I y a '-i;,  i tinctive nature. ^^ h .���������!���������'��������� t  j court, as distinguished \'v-.-  | reme, or court of Kb*!''.-: I  ; this too is inclicul'-.u. '.li'ij.; pl.i' *- i  I which are lhe cent v:, o; l:-i.d tit! -s  i or laud regis'. i-i.iti(������;i di.-c rici.-,, arc  i sliown. on the map by bou:i 'ar> li::":;  I ���������of different colors.  | Application' to the Superiai/'iuleil  j of Railway Lands Branch, Depart-  ! ment of-the Interior, Oitawa, \\i)l  j secure a copy of this useful map,  gratis  ir  cf  )ll"ci:  ;.i. c.  ;fii  . S:  i ' u  "i':  ���������r  .1   a:  ���������u  u<  e ;iii' i  .1 ' I re ] e    '  cuiii:- iuir  '.j    conve:  '.'��������� of u cl I  i i: ' :l  ���������:i lhe ;>���������;  j(-ii������ Ii    si;  ���������rcii  ai  ii.  Wli  tj.\ .  ".   i'e'-ib;^  io v .'.'i'e  ���������liatiii .-;  '."���������  and i:  ���������Ii .Mr:-  :e:>dav  A. SI.HO.  1   as   .'  .*, il iin r.���������.I'.*'  and  !���������;,. ���������  ��������� 'Jiur:.;    i - -  .\ 11 ar.i'ri'i  ,'i' 2 ::', i> pi  Cha.imci.--  On a small plot of ground    intelligently cultivated sufficient produce  can be raised to supply the    average  family.   Potatoes, carrots and onion  for lhe winter lettuce    spinach ' a-  peas for the summer.  ;     The people of the community  often judged by    the    appeariK  'their homes.  Beautiful surrou  indicate     good     citizenship,  [danting of shrubbery and  '  ', flowers    is a cheap    invest  | materially adds to the val1  ; property.  !     Scores of cities have  ! back yard gardening r  ! ���������'���������jrlh  is the source o  ! man or woman who  ��������� of ground contribuf  of mankind.     Mak  ; creates a joy imb''  With the advr  r.'Sid 'lit   should  surroundings,  make   beaufif  mini'-";   of  a  ��������� fi'M'l, can  el'  r.riiish  Milr.r*-  a i  d  !.-  :ir;.  I'iiy,  WinswU  , C)|-.:i,   Mi  ���������������inr, :>*  . ere :~---:;i i  i  lli'Rl    .n'.Vi-'  six meiii-'  Campbell  f.  .'���������'.  York  ilarr-ison,   Airs  ird Mesfirs Cox  n;"-s-.*ut  mr-reti,  i'-.  :o:i  ' .!;.U  nr-rsday  :.ii>T15  L  .' = *;.- ;��������� yrrj*, r-:nted a Inr-.r  ' .*". '��������� -'���������.;;."��������� s of "he '  --'���������'i' 'ii   !���������*   ;i   i i ������������������>.���������:   r  ',-r,  r.jtd   !.���������;-;��������� uy   rjn.?-  audience's   appre  afferiiucti ln>fier ..  V'i'C'-vaiie.'.!  and  ii-iiibei'S and lour visitors v,  ent.  "S".  Mftffi ���������KHE AfrBOTSFOtlD POST.  ABBOTSFORD, B.  C.  ���������Drrr ���������������.,<-.  Sttf  lMWjpf������������iT������������li i.<).iiiiiiiii.>.i Ml 'I i.i   [typo.  rrs=  aai;  -HT'.TiHniflmninwvi1. mg  a nin~ n ���������"' ^*-"T*f������  rmtrttmntmiarmi* ,  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  I'ubllshed    every    Krhluy    by    tlie    IJost  Publlflliinjf (Jompuny.  A weekly Journal devoted to tha Interests of. Abboisi'orcJ. and xuu ^���������'lidliijf district.  Advertising Rates made know- ii application.  L1CQAL ADVEHTiSINO���������12 cents  per  line lor llrst insertion, and 8 cunts a inn  lor iill subMeciuciit consecutive insertion*.  .Our .Shibboleth���������Neither lor uor agin1  tlifi   Government.  w.r.y������r^-ayw������������^r������Ta������������4wwginTJi'wwTiw _g__C_CBIGi;?Ti  FRIDAY,   MARCH   10,   1917.  The time for signing the National Service Card has been extended  It is up to all true Canadians to sign  the Card'and return it fo .the proper  address, the post office will carry  your .message to headquarters at  Ottawa. It costs nothing and may  give confidence to thoso who, are  carrying on the war.  A good sized potato is now worth  about fir,*. A Kootenay paper takes  a sack of potatoes for a year's subscription, which is $2.50, a ��������� year  Latest reports are that he had ' 5 0  tons piled up in tho back ofllce. Everybody was paying. A few sacks at  that price would look good to anj  person these days.  If the Vancouver. World did not  boost the Province so much there  niigh be a lot of people who would  never think of reading the Province's  war news. With the interrogation  mark always .pointing at the Province's war news, no wonder people  get curious.  If the fruit growers of this district,  would unite for the purpose of marketing their product,.and carry out the  broad principles laid down, we would  have right here one of the best little  towns in the province, and all would  bonefit.  /������������������  Should a list ever be published of  the man power of Canada and scattered broad cast, you would like to  see your name among men?  That trip to Berlin looks as though  it might be a reality this,year.  Winter,is nearly past now, and  there are many of us who see its  passing with the impression that it  has been a long time since Old Cold  Snap took so much interest in the.  festivities, and entertainments of the  past season.  German View of  British Empire  Dr. Hans Delbruck, professor of  Modern history at the University of  -Berlin, and editor of the preussische  Jahrbucher, has written an interesting and fairly temperate -article in  this review on "The Position of  England." The following are ox-  tracts from the article:  "England is not only England, but  the centre of gravity of a world Empire stretched over all continents.  There can be no doubt that this war  has given splendid testimony to the  construction-" of the Empire. The  great dominions���������Canada, Australia,  New Zealano>and South Africa���������are  almost independent, ancl are subject to no compulsion from the Mother Country. Even the Republics have  been supplied with a full and free  constitution after a difficult and  sanguinary war. This magnanimity  has justified itself marvellously. All ���������  the daughter lands and even the  Bore lands are fighting for England  oi' their own free will.  "They are, however, laying burdens  on themselves which will be heavily  felt after the war burdens which  will force the question.. . Are the interests of all so identical that the  international policy of the Empire  can be safely entrusted to a majority  of the London parliament? And  not only the Canadians ancl the Australians have fought for England but  also numerous Indian, regiments.  For a long time the Indians have  been demanding consideration ��������� for  their special interests, also autonous  \\vwo government.    They demand the right  *t> 0       of freo emigration to South    Africa  ^voN     r,ncl Austra**a*    TllG same    right    is  ^V^o    demanded by Japan."  ������������������ ^a^ce*' Mg.vpt tho Nerve Centre.  .N   & Professor   Delbruck    proceeds ... to  ���������'S? e,<-point-oiit that in his opinion the rule  <U   6\ o**yuu' Prestige of England    in    distant!  ������$\g$   pontinenfa    is    owing    to    victories  ^   gained by former generations.    It is  v.������  vO  vV**  Turijey will emerge from the war    a  St-axe strengthened and full of future  A^vc.*'     ^a. opinion that our failures in Meso-;  '^���������ci'v*'^e\-i   ^'otaniia and the    Dardanelles    'havej.  \> < .^^K-'eatly shaken this prestige in Asia i  iV\\0^      aJ*d  Africa.    The    nerve-contre    of;  ���������, v our world empire is Egypt   and    the  Suez Canal, and the writer looks for-  ^e>>^r^ard with hope to the    tlmo     when  \y^ y o* r#������s\yiiilitios and regain its lost power  . #>%���������*>< M&��������� Nile. "This will be all the  *6\>?. V^ejjWe^should Turkey build railways  n*^ \k ^^.'^iSJu tfvouId connect distant prov-  \^x\v?������" \\tf%SB-f -yjd permit the entire military  v^%*^\^wfe*f of the empire to be -swiftly  rt> o0^ tf&fyjtftrated in Palestine and the  ^Ae^V^atic Peninsula.  $>  rS"  a.vV  ���������f^%  *tV^>>*  .ti  \ <&  I **u_*\*^ri~/xT&r?^T*������*?~^r*Jr+*'  ABBSTSFQRD  DISTRICT BOARD 0i:  TR  -lh  ./C*H'  re?.  r������ftMMy������,W������������ik.'^(������iiUUUaklL  M_X^ubuuac������iKtxiM^gvuutUiKiuf"MxL^-.ri  ���������^  . i   '."���������'������������������*'<    ������ r.i"  EC  President, Hope Alanson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Meld First Monday of Each Month  ,. 'i .*��������� '*f "j������^i*j*|ip*  Write the seijretey i^aatiiiag manufacturing sites  with u&exaolled' skfeiBg ffteilrtfces and ������heap^p'ower  ar infonm-fcion ro^-dia^ the $&rm and -firait lands of  trhe disferktr, and fadtasfcries already estabMsiied,  "Should the Suez'canal be lost the   friend Terrence O'Halloran, chanced  bonds .which unite the different parts  of  world  Empire  will  be slackened.  And what probability, . anyhow, is  there that the central Government  in London will not loiter? There  are the Irish question, military service, electorial problems, questions  of finance and economics which will  split up the old parties and prevent  tho ship of state from steoring a  steady course."  ���������'THE   ROUND   VV"  , Shamus O'Callaghan sat at the  door of his cottage, his head bowed  in his    hands,    and    Bobbing.       His  to pass.  "Arrah, ye're looking very sad the  day," he said, layig a sympathetic  hand on the mourning one's-shoulder  "A.h; and it's feeling very sad 1 am,  responded Shamus. "Oi've lost me  mother-in-law."  "Lost you molhcr-inlaw'?'.' ��������� said  tho surprised Torrance.  "Ay" replied  Shamus. Oi    tell'  ye it's very hard tp lose your mother;  in-law."  "Hah!" exclaimed 'Torrance. ".Dc-  gorra, me bhoy, it's almost impossible!"  "rfNl"*,]  !!  See me now about that Insurance  0       ,  O  o      o  !  A���������A  9  Cl  I have a large andgsplendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.       ' .  _  A.' McCallum  Abbotsford  V% .itn-a ii������*n-*������%ijMiMWM\iiJ������'������.������������*iwww������aTi'^ tommrvmicnRtm  rsrs���������ss'  Willie���������"Paw,  who    is    fhe    best*'elianoes.   * .'j  man at. a wedding?" ';'��������� ��������� ������������������* ���������  Paw-���������"The preacher, m'y son. it is Ashes in fhe hack'yiird don't, look  all profit with him and he takes    no   good  these spring days,  WAR LOAN  Issue of $150,000,000 5% Bonds Maturing 1st March, 1937  Payable at par at Ottawa, Halifax, St John, Gharlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,  Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary, Victoria, and at the Agency of  ��������� the Bank of Montreal, New York City.  INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st MARCH, 1st SEPTEMBER.  PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD.  A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st SEPTEMBER, 1917.  THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.  The Minister of Finance offers herewith, on behalf  of the Government, the above-named Bonds for Subscription at 96, payable as follows:���������  10 per cent on application;  30      " 10th April, 1917;  30      " 15th May, 1917;  26      " 15th June, 1917.  The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited  to one hundred and fifty million dollars, exclusive of  the amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds  as the equivalent of cash under the terms of the War  Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915.  The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day of  April, 1917, or on any instalment due date thereafter, under  discount at the rate of four per cent per annum. All  payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the  credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay any  instalment when due will render previous payments liable  to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.  .Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ten per  cent of the amount subscribed, must be forwarded through  the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada  of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions and issue  provisional receipts.  This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament  of Canada, and both principal and interest will be a  charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.  Forms of application may be obtained from any branch  in Canada of any chartered bank and at the office of any  Assistant Receiver General in Canada.  Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars.  In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will be  applied towards payment of the amount due on the  April instalment.  Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer  in accordance with the choice of the applicant for  registered or bearer bonds, will be issued, after allotment,  in exchange for the provisional receipts.  When the scrip certificates have been paid in full and  payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the  money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepared,  with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered  as to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when  prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the  application.  Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made  through the chartered banks.  The issue will be exempt from taxes���������including any  income tax���������imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted  by the Parliament of Canada.  The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations  of S100, 3500, SI,000. Fully registered bonds without  coupons will be issued in denominations of $1,000, $5,000  or any authorized multiple of So,000.  The bonds will be paid at maturity at par at the office  of the Minister of Finn nee ancl Receiver General at  Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver General  at Halifax, St. John, Gharlottetown, Montreal, Toronto,  Winnipeg, Regina, Calgary or Victoria, or at the Agency  of the Bank of Montreal, New York City.  The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid  by cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest  on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons.  Both cheques and coupons, at, the option of the holder,  will be payable free of exchange at any branch in Canada  of any chartered bank, or at the Agency of the Bank  of Montreal, New York City.  Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each  new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without  coupons will have the right to convert into bonds of the  denomination of $1,000 with coupons, and holders of bonds  with coupons will have the right to convert into fully  registered bonds of authorized denominations without  coupons at any time on application to the Minister of  Finance.  The books of the loan will be kept at the Department  of Finance, Ottawa.  Application will be made in due course for the listing  of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges.  Recognized bond and stock brokers having offices and  carrying on business in Canada will be allowed a commission of three-eighths of one per cent on allotments made  in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided,  however, that no commission will be allowed in respect  of tlie amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender  of bonds issued under the AVar Loan prospectus of 22nd  November, 1915, or in respect of the amount of any  allotment paid for by surrender of five per cent debenture  stock maturing 1st October, 1919. No commission will  be allowed in respect of applications on forms which  have not been printed by the King's Printer.  SUBSCRIPTION LISTS WILL CLOSE ON OR BEFORE THE 23rd OF MARCH, 1917.  Department oip Finance, Ottawa, March 12th, 1917. mrtmrnmy  ������    <���������  i . v  i1' i -  *'i. ���������  ".'��������� i  THE AR&OTSFOfcD POST, ASfcOTSFOftD, B. C.  irr,r-u^4rt.������������Xl flufBUn^irargm������i  i*t Ti "1111' ���������������������������*��������� ii wiiMMMJww'J^i***' jrmt.-_maim0mmm^tiW'''t'''mm^'^mm ������������������-��������� ��������� * ~* ~ ��������� ��������� . .        j  7f  ltfl*n������ftr>timft^^  ���������r^iuMiWMnMfM  ,, ��������� mim-nnaiTnt^^  istrict has done magm  er sons to tight tor the freedom an  Empire an1  s o:  in sending  '.I-  lit'''  W)  u  ,//  fcr  91'  ROLL OF HOSOR  Unveiled With the   Sanies   of  More Than Seventy Names  February 6th, 1916.  Rev. J. L. Campbell   of   the  Presbyterian Church on Sunday  February 6th unveiled a roll of  honor in respect and memory to  the volunteers and soldiers who  have gone to the front    from  Abbotsford and'district.      The  text from which he spoke was  "Greater    love    hath no   man  than this, that he lay down his  life for his friend," and as an illustration the famous painting  "The Great Sacrifice" was used.  The roll contains over seventy  names, the first seven    named  having already given their lives  for 'King, and Country.'  The following are the names:.  W. A. Ferguson, killed.  H. E. Lloyd, killed.  J. McDonald, killed.  H. R. Gray, killed.  E. O. Collinson, killed.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green, killed.  F. Brown, invalided.  H. Grimley.  A. Teng.  A.-Hill-Tout.  L. Trethewey.  J. Fraser,  C. T. McPhee.  S. McPhee.  C. Hulton-Harrop.  G. E. Hayes.  M. Rhodes.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Chas. Wooler.  G. Gottgh,  A. R. Flumrnerfelt.  J. Kirkbride.  A. C. Dudden.  "O. Geddes.  IT. Johnston,   e c  P. J. McLagan.  J. Hands.  S. Knott.  W. Laird.  H. Gordon.  A. G. Adams.  G. N. Gillett.  'J. Aitken.  0. Kidwell, killed.  R. Hughes.  T. Usher. '���������"..-  T. Perks.  A. Pegram.  R. Pottinger.  B. W. Soithern.  E. A. Chapman.  M. W. Copeland.  A. Mallalue  A. Healey.  J. Welch.  A. A. Fermo'lr.  T. Donnelly.  E. Anderton.  A. A. F. Callan.  J. Bousfleld.  C. Bayes.  R. Peters.  T. Davis.  T. Mawson.  Geo. Knox, died, pneumonia.  ' Henry Knox,  Fred Knox.  ��������� R. Smart.  S. Fineh.  W. Bowman.  E. Chamberlain.  K. Huggard.  J. Munro.  T. Smeetpn.  A. Williams.  J. jyicCDrmack.  John Gillen.  Httlktrd Boyd.  D. Campbell  J. Downie.  Percy Wilson.  Manlius Zeigler  Ed Barrett.  V. Hulton-Harrop.  W. Campbell.  Stewart McGillivray.  E. B. de la Giroday  JackParton  H. Skipworth  R. Ramsay  A.  Mitchell.  Peter Pearson.  Geo. Sharp. ,  F. Beale.  H. Arnold.  Tom Campbell.  Robt. Sim.  H. Skipworth.   ,  J. O. Williams.  Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  Andy Ellwood.  j. L. Sansom  John Sinclair.  Albert Davenport.  Joe. King.  Guthrie King.  ' Matt Nelson.  Matt Higginson.  The  following  have  recewtly  enlisted .for overseas service:  Robert Gillen  Frank McCallum  Walker Wallace  Charles Hill-Tout  Willie Hill-Tout  H. McKinnon  Kenneth McGilivray.  H. Green  A. A. Fermor  .....^  are we, who are ie  it behi  anadian  e sacrifice or  ervice.  atnotic  oing to  , as our share,  ive a monthly subscription  or en-  >. f ^^m^^^mmmsmm^^i^^^^  fflV**Wae"*i*������il metmrfr-" ""*"  i.v-.,'.-  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C5.  jk  v>  -aN  .'A  JWinanftanawunrii  i mm iiwi[iniiiiiiMi������Mi>  in ��������� liM..iM.i.nl������.miwu.������  IT IS HARD TO HEAR WHEN  YOU DO NOT SPEAK RIGHT INTO  THE TELEPHONE  When you are telephoning, and your lips, are six or  eight inches away from the mouthpiece, the person you  are talking to can hardly   hear you. ,  The exhaustion of listening attentively lb a weak, incoming voice, is like trying to catch every word spoken  in a whisper. Under such circumstances, the true import of the message is lost.  The telephone is built for actual conversation, but to  realize the full benefit the lips must be' close to the  mouthpiece.  ,; The farther away from the,telephone you are, the more  difficult,it is for the other person to hear you.  BRITISH COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  exanana  dri  Farmers' and Travelers,  trade solicited.  Newly.-Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  MURPHY,   PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON/������' C.  //���������=  ���������^  THY  J  PIONEER MEAT MARKET  ABBOTSFOJ&I), B.C.  For Hams, Bacon, Smoked Fish, Labrador Herring and  Salt Cod  Choicest Meats Always on Hand  ROAD BULLETIN  The best drive in the Fraser Valley is the drive from Mission City a-  round the Nicomen Island, a distance  of about 30 miles. liven during the  recent rains the roads were good.  Last summer many people came from  other, parts of the Valley just to drive  over a nice piece of "good road. It is  nearly as level as the famous boulevards around Victoria, over which  American tourists come to take joy  rides. A small portion of this road  requires a little attention at the present time. ;  One of the best roads in the Fraser Valley is the Harris road which  leads from the Huntingdon-Riverside  road to Gifford Hall. If Matsciui had  more of these good roads farm land  would bo worth much more money.  Tlie recent rains have mado all the  roads "not very good," although a  fow flno days would dry thorn up a-  guin.  From Westminster to the Mission  ferry via the Yale road to Abbotsford and the Huntingdon-Riverside  road is just about the same distance  as from Westmister to the ferry over  the Dewdney Trunk road on the  north side of the River. When the  trip can be made via the Falls and  down through Stoelhead to Mission  City the distance, it is claimed will  be much shorter.  The roadmen arc working on the  Dewdney Trunk road between the  limits of the town and the red bridge  with the road grader. The round  trip is made in a day.  HELP THE BELGIANS  The American    members    of    the  , Commission for Relief in Belgian  \ have been asked by the Germans to  remain at their posts, and the work  in Belgian is therefore proceeding  under exactly the same guarantees as  hitherto.  The fact that the Commission for  R-ilief in Belgian continues to receive  large sums from the Allied Governments is in itself enough to prove  that they, who are most interested,  have no reason to believe that the  Germans are directly benefitting.  Furthermore, the Commission have  effected an arrangement with the  British Government on one side and  the German Government on the other  by which an acceptable lane for  Bolgian relief ships between North-  Amsrican ports and, Rotterdam has  been fixed ho as to ensure the continuity of supplies.  Tho Commission for Relief in Belgian is facing to-day a monthly deficit of $3,000,000. Hence It is  more than ever in need of the full  hearted support of the public.  PROPER  .TRAINING  A want advertisement fro ma serious French Journal reads: ��������� "A  young person, having received an excellent education including writing  geography, history, mathematics,  dancing, music and art, would like to  enter a respectable family to do washing and ironing.  Mr. J. A. Hargitt, the Ford King  of the Fraser Valley, has just received another car of Fords this week,  lie fs apparently having no trouble  to dispose of them, as a number are  already sold���������probably all by this  time.  ���������f'Ty-'UJMlSBfflJJS  1  _j_mmtmamv/-ramf*u^iu������jmrtnmn^Kt p^\  il  To Husband-.:-  No woman can keep house except with Pure  ������  A   ^ (���������{ % * i  '< '^'S^WMW^M^Lri^llWs_WSaW^  Iwi  .., Lee's Groceries are always Fresh.  M������w.iu.wiiMiu������ii���������������iririm!  _sagesEssnesTSKSsss=s3i  ALBERT'   LEE,   Groor " and   BaKer  if''    .J* -JLil.    <,#K������lH.l:_������)  i-Kl  |    ���������   Funeral Director  a  hurnisher of Funeral'Supplics  Phone Connection. Mission City  n  HUGH . McBRIDE  .general Blacksmith  Anil Horseshoer  I ������������-*-=;  __wtdu&!������j������Eu^^  MT*^A������-*������'iMi������Mm,ni,*]������������M������vi^^  *#'  ~3"!55"*E"E"E":  'CCAD^  Dt  f���������h���������-������yj���������*i y  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class  in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,   $1.50  TO   $2.00   PER   DAY  mtz.ai_r3K.-tiK^x������t\&riHXxnirrBima  5  A.J.  HENDERSON  & SONS  PROPRIETORS g  Curi-ia^c andRepair Work of  all1 Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON Ii. C.  t&'rr,v~?^l^*iTWM7.'irrnttjumiiM3im_3wmimm,  t^7fw>ar;������r*mfDi*!W!Hi:  ?rt-������J.."^W.A'^..*yAminr^iyA-������.>ul^Kn6g?������Tt.n������������^lJi  LIVELY, AUTO and  FEED STABLES  IK 8'" MICKY, Proprietor.  'TEAMING and   PRAYING  V/OOD and COAL For Sale  Orders   Promptly   Filled  ArAo   For   Hire.  Give us a  call ancl you will  , be used right every time.  ABBGTSi'ORD, B.  C.  z_____SH������&     , ^-.^yjagu-X____Z-t>3:1-^j.-^c^--.-a-j  i^ssifisisssadsmmssiiSKsimm^s  23BS3BSSS3SSu!ttEQiSEI^^  I AM assured that  my people will respond to every call  necessary to the success of our cause���������with  the same indomitable  ardour and devotion  that have filled me with  pride end gratitude  since the war began."  His .Majesty King George  UR soldiers must be fed; the people at  home must be fed. And���������in spite of  Germany's murderous campaign to  cut off the Allies' Food supply, by sinking  every ship on the High Seas���������an ample and  unfailing flow" of food to England and  France must be maintained.'  This is National Service-  Not ��������� to (he Farmer only-  \ ii  V  But to YOU���������to everybody-  This appeal is direci  "E must unite as a Nation to SERVE  ���������to SAVEand to PRODUCE. Men,  women and children; the young, the middle  aged and the old���������all can help in the  Nation's Army of Production.  EVERY pound of   FOOD   raised, helps  reduce the cost of living  and adds to  the Food Supply for Overseas.  For information on any subject relating  to the Farm and Garden, write:  INFORMATION BUREAU  Department of Agriculture  OTTAWA  1  PLANT a garden���������small or large.   Utilize  your own  back yard.     Cultivate the  vacant lots.    Make them all yield food.  "������~& J OMEN of towns can find no better  V Y   or more  important  outlet for their  energies than   in  cultivating  a   vegetable  garden.  Be-patriotic, in act as  well as in thought.  Use every means available--  Overlook nothing.  Dominion Department of Agriculture  OTTAWA, CANADA,  HON. MARTIN BURRELL, Minister.  \   VK#UB!Wii&&k������&


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