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The Abbotsford Post May 14, 1915

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 r- ������'.���������.* t-.--.v ~  .^*      -**    i-K������    UI      ". .ft.        ������ -.Ih      '  J-���������"I     *,i'Of      >A-T      ',-f  l;  x  ,-*S  /  ^  ���������     ''i^WiiiiP,'^.^ ���������"'u-ri������pi-  which is incorporated "The  Vol. X., No, 5.  4BB0TSF0RD, B, C.^FRIDAY,    MAY 141915  Btr$$pjto8  $1.00 per Year  This desirable space  for sale,  ABBOTSFORD'S  GALA BAY  The Second Annual May Day was  a grand success from the opening in  the morning until.the closing dance  in the evening, and all went well as  a marriage bell, with never a hitch  or a break in the proceedings, everybody t-n.ioyingthemselves to the fullest extent. The day was perfect as  was evrything else in connection with  the programme of the day.  There were twenty-eight entries in  the Parade "and it was a credit to  Aoboisford. The Judges were Messrs Reeve Munroe, It. McCrimmcn  and Mr. Marsh.  The poor judges had a hard time of  it, but once the prizes were allotted  all seemed satisfied.  -  Best Auto���������First Dan Smith; 2nd  Dr. Swift. .      ���������  Best Float���������1st, McDonald; 2nd  A. Lee.  Best Rig���������1st, Emery. & Currie;  2nd.   Miss  Mildred  Hilt-Tout.'  Best Calithumpian���������1st, J. Downie  2nd Harry Taylor.  Speeches were delivered at the op  ening by the chairman Mr. McGowan  Reeve Munroe and Mr. S. A. Cawley  M. L. A.; and Mayor Barber of Chilliwack made a short speech inviting  all to' attend the First of July celebration at Chilliwack.  Then came a song by the school   ��������� --,������������������~~-.-1~i-7~r-������-:T-r-r*-.r������,...~ ������-..., .-rvr-r-n-T������-lT-XT-l--l������������������  children, after which chairman McGowan closed the morning part of the  day's programme with a short speech  and calling for three cheers for King  and President of the May Day  A baseball game was played between Abbotsford and Matsqui result  ing in 16-5 in favor of the former.  The Tog parade in the evening was  well attended and the large crowd  thoroughly enjoyed the good music  provided by the six-piece orchestra.  The two queens were very pretty  in their white dresses, with pale and  pink train; also flowers of pale and  pink.  The retiring Queen is Miss Bessie  Anderson and the reigning Queen is  Miss Annie McPhee.    .  Great credit is due the May Day  committee for the way the program  was carried out and to Mrs. G. Clark  for the training of the children.  The concert in the evening was a  success and was voted the best seen  in Abbotsford for some time.  Owing to-a mishap we are unable  to publish a list of the winners of  the sports in the afternoon  Mr. and Mrs. D. Emery and Mr and  Mrs. Dan Smith are leaving on Sunday for a three'months holiday in the  east and will return by way of San  Francisco to take in the Fair.  5SK_sss___  -jmTrrtr~Tf".  DRY GOODS, MILLINERY,   LADIES   AND CHILDREN'S UNDER*  WEAR, HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS, NOTIONS,  FANCY   HANDKERCHIEFS,       NECKWEAR   ���������';'  BLOUSES,     BOYS' CLOTHING, GENTS'  FURNISHINGS,    ETC., ETC.  May Sale ������f all Stammer Goods  in Dresses,  Corsets, Fancy   Collars,   Prints,    Mus-  ' lins, Plain and Fancy ��������� Crepe. Cloths.  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S MILLINERY  .at greatly reduced prices, and an   assortment  of  Children's Dresses to clear at 50c, 75cand 95c.    Sizes 3 to 10.  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  MATSQUI OOUJS-CIL  The regular meting of the Matsqui  council was held on Saturday, May  1st, with all members of tho council  present and the roc������*o in tho chair.  The minutes of the meeting ol! tho  3rd inst., and the,minutes of the  meeting of the 17h-uJt./.wero adopt->  ed as read. .,  Communications Received  From General -Superintendent of  the B. C. E. R.- Co;. Ltd., stating that  their engineer is looking into the mat  ter of the stagnant water lying on  each' side of their" track at Gilford  Station and the Council .would-be be  acquainted in due course with the result of his investigation. - ���������  Also, stating ��������� that the matter of  deepening thecullyerts at the Riverside road crossing--would be undertaken only at the expense of the muni  cipality as they vyere informed that  they- were'; not liable' for the cost of  lowering or increasing the size of culverts to provide, waterways' for increased flow of -water due to improve  monts of drainage over which they  had no control. ;The reeve stated  that the railway Act ,of. the Domin-  council in support of these roads but  erations must be.,borne by'the Railway Companies and..the matter was  left dn his hands forVsettlement.  ���������--. -From'T: F.--Serdch-iask-in_-'--that--thc  South-Bell road be gravelled from the  Clayburn road1 to the. township  line  was taken as the reeve stated he was  the Council had decided to do in  tho matter of the tentative plan of  sub-division of the 54.7 acre portion  of D. L. 38OA. Councillor Elliott  stated that he would give notice of  motion later in the.meeting to gazette a road along the north boundary of D. L. 379A'and that thereby  the matter of road connection-may  be provided between the Beharrell  road and the Aish &, Walter.road. .  From J. C. Berkenhamp, asking  why he was called upon to pay $22  on Blocks 12 and 13 subdivision of  the S. W. "1-4 of section "3' Tp. 14  when the property was improved and  the assessment was' only $509.97.  The clerk informed the council that  these blocks were assessed as wild  land in 1913 and 191.4 although assessed as improved land this year.  Elliott-Owen that if Mr. J. C. Berk  enkamp pay the taxes now due a-  gainst blocks 12 and 13, subdivision  of the south-wrest 1-4 of section 3,  Tp. 14 the council will refund the  difference between the ' Wild Land  Tax and the improved property tax  provided he submit proof satisfactory  to the- council that these blocks were  sufficiently 'improved during. 1913  and 1914 to be classed as improved  property. Carried. .  From E. W. King J. P., stating the  bill sent in by Roy Lehman for' $5  for'-serving,'a- summons-.in^the case of.  Prosoloski  and - Stringier.  No, action  LOCAL UNO PERSONAL  Miss Jean Gray was a guest of Mrs.  Taylor on May Day.  Mrs.   McGowan leaves on  Sunday  for a holiday in the east.  ��������� Miss Hunt of Belrose is.spending  a few daysc-witlr Mrs. Frank Suther-'  by. *  .  The ladies aid are holding a conundrum social in the Gazley block  today, serving tea, ice cream and  cake.  It is reported that there are about  fifty applications for the position of  road superintendent for , Chilliwack  riding  A banquet will be given in the Orange  Hall  on  May  18   in  honor of  the visiting delegates to Grand Lodge  of True Blues.   ���������  A dance will be given at Pearlon'r  villo on Saturday evening May 15th  Everybody is invited. Good. . music,  and the ladies are allowed, free..Sup  per will be served:'. "  road, and the latter road gravelled  eastward towards the.mountain as  far as possible. ��������� . He submitted an estimate of the work as,follows: Grading, the work tp be done at 45^ per  hour ...\85.00; One-half mile of.gravel $180.00; Some work on the road  by the premises of Mr. Hastie $25.  . Mr. E. G. Walter addressed the  council in spport of these roads but  stated that the estimate furnished by  Mr. Seldon was too low. He estimated' that the gravelling would cost  $207 for the first half mile. . The  reeve informed him that until-, the  council had gone more thoroughly into the estimates for the year no definite answer could be given to the  "application, although Councillor McCallum stated that this work was included in his list and he hoped he  would he able to make substantial  improvements on these roads.  From Messrs Burnett & McGugan  on behalf of the N. E. 1-4 of section  13 Township 13, stating that the demands of 'the council as to the work  to be done on the half road allowance  on the western boundary were-being  complied with, and asuring the council that the work would be done to  their satisfaction. Councillor Mel-  ander reported that he had inspected  the work done and it was far foom  satisfactory. The men- incharge had  declined to do anything further until  he had received, instructions from the  owner who was expected to visit the  premises on the Monday following.  The report of the councillor was accepted by the council and the matter was left in abeyance until the  work was completed.  From A. D. McDonald, stating he  the work done and it was far from  been given credit on his taxes before  the rebate period had expired in 1914  and he was of the opinion that he  was entitled to the rebate.  From the Bank of Montreal, advising that the current account had been  charged with the sum of $165.15, being the interest due on the loans for  the quarter ending April 30th. Filed  From Royal Columbian Hospital,  stating that Hans Hendrickson and  W. C. Cooke had been admitted  therein as patients and that Frank  Taylor had been dischargel on April  24th.  Filed.  Henderson & Taylor, asking what'  not familiar -with the statutory scale  of fees.        , .  From G. H. Loach, stating that he  had been -informed ' by Coun.- Owen  that'the council was unable to spend  any money, in straightening the road  which encroaches on his property'al-  \ Members of the Abbotsford Horse  have returned from New Westminster  where ��������� they   took   part   in   the   May  Day celebratioens.    They report hav-  .ing a  good- -time.  The Grand Lodge, of True Blues 61 ���������  B. C.--/will- hold-a- convention.inCi-Atr---,-,  botsford on May 19th and 20th. Delegates from all parts of the province  will take part.    It will be held in thje.  .  Gazley Hall'.  A surprise party and dance will be  given Mrs. Dan' Smith .and Mrs. D.  Emery on Friday evening in the Gazley Hall. About forty couples are invited.' Grand Mistress, , Mrs. - Irvine,,  will present Mrs. Dan'Smithand Mrs.  though the cost would not exceed $1-2"| D. Emery with travelling cases    on-  behalf  of the True  Blues.  Refresh-.  and that he would begin to fence his  land durin'g the following week. The  Reeve took issue with the writer as  to his power to close any highway  which had been established by- the  Highway Act of 1905, and while it  was desirable to establish roads on  the boundaries of properties the coun  cil was not compelled to do so. "Coun-  Owen was of the opinion that when  the owner of a small holding was  making substantial improvements on  his property the council should put  the road in its proper place so that  there might not be any-necessity of  again moving ,the fence. In answer  to a question the Councillor stated  that the $175.00 which had been appropriated to straighten this road did  not include this portion and while  the money had all been spent the  work for which it had been authorized was not completed.  Elliott-McCallum, that Councillor  Owen be authorized to expend a sum  of $45 for the completion of the work  on the Coghlan road.    Carried.  Coun. Elliott reported that the  work previously authorized at the  junction of the Bell and Harris  roads had been completed at a cost of  $80 which had been paid for by Mr.  G. Behrner and Mr. A. C. Gustafson  who were to be credited equally on  their taxes for the current year when  the same were due. The report-was  accepted by the council. He reported  also, that at the present time there  was no need of financial assistance  to any family in his ward.    '  Resolutions  Melander-Elliott, that Coun. McCallum be authorized to spend $200  on the Township Line road east of  the right-of-way of the C. P. R. Car-  Tied. . -  . McCalum-Melander, that Councillor Elliott be authorized to make arrangements for teams to haul crushed rock ou the Riverside road if  needful to start before the next meet  ing of the council.Carried.  ments will be provided by the ladiep.  LETTER  OF  THANKS  The May Day committee desire to  express their gratitude to all who  helped in any way to make May Day  a .success ' ,  ���������  We appreciate the co-operation ,of  the firms who advertised on our programmes, and beg to thank one and  all for their hind patronage.  Gratefully,  MAY  DAY  COMMITTEE  Per Secretary       .j  CARD OF THANKS  Mrs. Cruickshank and family wish  to thank the many friends for their  manyf and numerous tokens of  sympathy and help in their trouble  and particularly for the "letters and  messages  received.       ,  ARBOTSFORD-SUMAS  AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION  A general meeting of the Abbots-  ford-Sumas  Agricultural  Association  will be held in the Gazley Hall, Mori-  day,  May  17th at  8  p.m. '    ;  ,H.. ALANSON, Pres.  McCallum-Elliott, that Councillor  McCalum be authorized to expend  $150 on the Ross road north, $175 on  the Huntingdon road by the N. W.  1-4 of section 3, Tp. 13, $50 on the  Township Line road between" Tps.' 13.  and 16, and to call for tenders to-cut  the  White hill.    Carried.  McCallum-Elliott, that the Great  Northern Railway Company be notified to clear the roadbed to the original width in the cut at the Ross  road crossing.    Carried.       ,  McCallum-Elliott, that the clerk  notify Mr. Cote that the west end  of his fence is in the northside of the  ditch on the International Boundary  and if he does not remove the fence  it will probably fall in when the  ditch is dug.    Carried.  Elliott-Owen, that the C. N. R. Ry  company be notified to improve the  St ^HE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, ft C.  "J\-**X������y;_  VA,  3Bm  THS ABBOTSFOR������ POST.  Published Every Friday by Tho Post Publishing. Company  weekly Journal (devoted to the interests of Abbotsford and district  Advortisiing rates made  known  on  application  Our   Shibboleth���������Neither  for   nor  agin'   the  Government  J. A. BATES, -       - Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY,' MAY 14, 1915  WOMEN Am) CIIILDKEIN FIRST-  When the Titanic went,to the bottom of the sea as the:result  of collission with'an iceberg, the whole world,was horrified. A  little rejoicing was had however while talking of the great disaster and was probably the means of consoling many a stricken  father, mother, son or daughter, in the fact that the man���������the  wealthy and the poor alike���������stepped to one side and assisted  in-the rescuing of the women and children. It was 'the'ladies  first' It was a disaster over which'no human being had control  How different though is the latest tragedy, the brutal sinking  of the Lusitania. It was an act of men of a nation with a thirst  for vengeance on humanity; and it was not a case of saving-  the women and children,, as it is reported that tlie men on the  submarine stood and watched the effect of their handiwork  (excuse the word) No provision could be made for the saving  as apparently the premeditated act was thoroughly carried out  resulting in such confusion that probably fe.w had an* opportunity to think at all, not having recovered from the first shock.  The Anglo-Saxon world is horrified; foreign nations are not  backward in expressing opinion-of tlie nation responsible for  the deed. We all ask ourselves what manner of nation is this  that we all considered foremost in science, art,. education and  mechanical ability, only a few months ago. Down through  the ages, tlie stigma of the brutalities committed by the Huns  will be looked upon with horror and regret, and the military  "Black Hand, and the Bloody Heart" of the Kaiser and his staff  be held responsible for the greatest barabarisms of the twentieth  century or the days;, of the "Dark Ages".   -  Yes, aiid not ashamed of it, and the word comes.out from  Potsdam, 'Germany accepts the responsibility'.  .   Horrible crimes, are always punished sooner, or later; what  a punishment must surely await the Hun! ! !  "Crisis in B. C." appears to have stirred up. a hornet's nest  The Christian gentlemen who are apparently responsible for  the,pamphlet.are.certainly a living example of their own teachings. Dr. MacKay. of Vancouver showed his fellow ministers, a  very good example when he dicided not to enter politics, and to  remain in the ministry only.  Now.the report,is that Borden has 'gone fishing'and that the  Dominion-elections date.is indefinite���������this.fall, next winter, or  (fnext year, or maybe 'until after the war.' We would send our  congratulations to Sir Robert Borden if we thought he would  appreciate our. opinion, but not knowing we will have to content  'ourselves by thinking what a wise old politician he must.be..  The Dominion.has enough to think about now outside of politics  RED GROSS.SOCK DAY<  The Canadian, Red Cross  Society,  through the head office, ir .Toronto in  augurated a "Sock Day" for April 20  but as the Branch in this province  .  did not receive the; notification    in  time to observe, that day,  the executive of the Vancouver. Society felt  that the. suggestion was too valuable  to dismiss and decided to hold their.  ,'Sock Day" for British Columbia on  Empire and Victoria Days, May 23rd  and 24th.  On-these days, every, man, woman  and child in B. C. will have an opportunity to give one, or as many  pairs, of socks .as he. or she wishes,  and it is hoped that the -last great  western province will be the first In  its generosity.  British Columbia has responded to  the Empire's call for men, and it is  not too much to expect that those  who remain at home will respond as  nobly to the appeal for the soldiers  who are fighting their battles.  Canada today.is thrilling with just  pride at the reports coming from the  battlefield in Flanders and she is  conscious of the fact that her sons  have proved to the world that they  too are British and can and will up-  ' hold the traditions of the Empire."  They have proved worthy of'their  heritage.  The reports have brought home to  Canada something more than the  news of the exploits of her gallant  sons. It has brought home a realization of the great duty which falls  upon the Canadians. Canadians at  home today have as great a duty to  perform as the men who wear the  King's uniform and are fighting in  Flandors. Our soldiers have upheld  the honor of Canada, and it remains  for those who cannot go to do their  part as nobly.  The casualty lists show clearly how  great the need will be. Many thousands of wounded men will be carried off the battle fields every week,  and upon the Red Cross Society revolves the duty of caring'for the majority of, them.  Shall,thse,men want for anything  that will save their lives or ease their  pain? Shall the men.who-have thus  far been-mercifully spared, be denied  the comfort of good woollen socks?  Will Canadians.allow, those who have  fought so bravely to go without  socks and endure the torture of blis-  tred and bruised feet: These questions will be and. are being-answered  by the efforts the public is making  to provide whatever is necessary.  Canadians in Canada will prove not  less worthy of their heritage than  have-their sons at the front'.  The Red Cl'oss Society has estimated that 50,0f)0. pairs of socks will be  necessary every week for the men .of  the Canadian contingent in France. .  One individual, or one city, cannot supply them, but individual effort multiplied by thousands ' will  meet the need. If every man, woman and child in B. C. will give  what they can, "Sock Day" will be a  wonderful success.  For the sake of the soldiers the  Red Cross Society is asking that every one who can, will make or buy  one or more pairs of socks or donate  half a pound of wool at the least,  which will be made up by Red Cross  Workers. Individuals and societies  are asked to take up the movement  and push it forward. All contribut-  tions should be mailed or brought in  to the Red Cross Central Depot, Industrial Bureau, corner of Cambie'  Street and Pender Street (183 Pender Street West) where they will be  listed ancl packed ready for the front  Arnold Bennet writes that the call  on the Red Cros3. Society during May  and June "will be terrific" and this  week's casualty Jists go far to bear  out his statement. Any person who  is willing to work for the men at the  front along general Red Cross lines  may obtain full information, patterns  etc. by applying to the Property Committee at the Central Depot, Vancouver. There is work for ever man,  woman.and child who will answer to  "the call of the Empire".  (The local Women's Institute will  be glad to receive socks on "Sock  Day" and forward them to Vancouver;)  MATSQTjI COUNCIL  (Continued from Page One)    ���������  Riverside road crossing by placing  thereon,two or three loads of gravel,  Carried. .   ���������  Elliott-McCallum, that the rate of  municipal wagesTfor Matsqui Municipality .)o as follows for 1915, to  start fro.n the 3rd day of May: For  man and team $4.00 for a day of 8  hours; for man with one horse $3.00  for a day of 8 hours.  For man only $2.00 for-a day of  8 hours;.for foreman $,2.50 for a day  of 8 hours.    Carried. '  Owen-Elliott, that the Court of Revision on the Assessment1 Roll be,'  and tho same hereby is, postponed  from May 15th to May 29th. Carried  . Councillor Owen reported that he  ha'd made diligent inquiries as to the  abode of Mrs.. Henry Rigg who had  been reported by the Royal Columbian Hospital as having been admitted  therein as a patient, but was,unable  to ascertain that she was a resident  of Matsqui Municipality. The clerk  was instructed to write to the Hospital for further particulars.  Rills'Presented .for Payment  G. Johnson, completion of the contract on the Rivqrslde road $200; G.  Connor, taking'F.'Taylor to hospital  $6.85; tolqephone ' re, Hendrickson  35$*; Abbotsford Timber & Trading  Co., Ltd., lumber, ward 3 53<J; Bounties: Matt J-iarvey $3.50; Bert Fan-  $3.00;, P. H. Smith $3,.20; A. Lampa  $4.70'; A. Alirrgren $2.40; N. S.  Sandberg $3.30.  ��������� Repairing bridge at corner of the  N. W. 1-4 of secion 1, Tp. 14: Fir  Tree Lumber Co., lumber $5.88;  plant, hauling $1.00; A. Lehman,  spikes 50(f; J. T. Anderson, labor,  $1.12 1-2; G. P. Dearing, labor $1;12  ���������1-2 #.      ,  Straightening Coghlan rpad: M.  Robinson $19.13; W. Firkins' $18,00  I-I. Terrant $18.00, less $2.00 road  tax; W. O'Bryan $18.00; A. Hawkins $18.00; W. Coutts $18.00; D. B.  McDougald, foreman $21.12; F. Cogh  -Ian with team $20.2,5; J. Loach with  team $20.25;,Powder, caps andfuse  $4.25.  E. W. King, 11-2 days on the  R. M. R. road $3.88; -H. Robinson,  assisting the':su.rveyor 1 day on township line road $2.25; C. A. Society  maintenance of F. Aish children, to  April 30th $3.2.00;-C. Rummel, 10  rods .of fence, along the White road  $5.00; Smith, Davidson &; Wright,  stationery $9,20; Johnson Cannon,  police duties, recommended by the  Police commissioners $22.80; The  Fair, stationery for the Assessor 46 ������;  Dr. T. A. ��������� Swift, , medical examination of M. Powell,$5.00; J. Spice $7  Dr. Port, first,quarter as M. H. Offl-  cer"$18.75;  ���������Fencing Ware road: yBen Nelson  $105.00; J. A. McGowan.$15.00; W.  J. Ware $117.  School accounts; Miss H. K. Whistler April salary $55; N. Auburn,  $70; Miss M. L. Dorer- $55; N..H.  Anning, janitor $2.00; Miss E. M.  Thomson $60; janitor $2.00; Miss.-E.  M. Munn $60; Miss J. L. .Simlett  $55; Miss.L. L. Mitchell $55; Miss  Shaw $85; W. G. Gamble $70; Miss  G. McAdam ,$60; Miss N. C. Reid  $70; Mrs. N .Green.$55; Miss.F. E.  Trethewey. $60; Miss A. E.- Trethewey $60;' Miss M. Page $60, janitor  $2.00; -Miss E. M. Sidney $55, janitor $2.00; John Catto janitor $2.00  T. L. Baker, janitor $2.00; E. Fergus  o n, janitor $2.00 MaryConroy, janitor $2.00, March cleaning $2.00;  Mrs. Carlson, janitress $25.00; Edgar Reid, janitor, $2.00; Mary McLean,, janitress $2.00; Albin Nordin  work on Matsqui flag-pole $10.00;  Effie MacLean, April cleaning $4.00;  Wm. Merry field, postage $2.00 registration fees Te Jubilee $6.00  .James Gibson, April salary $75, ex  penses to Abbotsford GOtf; postage  $8.88; allowed Wm. Walters credit  on taxes $58.00.  Postage for school board. $1.00;  paid B. C. E. R. power account for  March $3.58; Mrs. M. Ferguson jan-  res $2.00 J. Ferguson wood for  Dunaeh school $1.50; Eric Roberts  janitor $2.00; Mrs. R. Higginson, jan  itress $2.00'; B. C. E. R., power for  April 77������; R. J. Wilson, work on  seats at Clayburn $2.00; Bertie Gibson, April; cleaning and April janitor  $4.00  Eliott-Owen, that the'-,bills as read  signed by. the chairman of the finance committee be passed ancl  also  (Continued on,. Page  Fourj  J. H. JONES  Funeral Director  Furnisher of Funsral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  0.: Brund&ge  Painter and Decorator  If you want any artistic work in  Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating give ua a call.  Practical work at practical prices  Gladys Ave.  Abbotsford  ft  ^������������'i'.iJir.l__*'_PWl������������*' t)\?yf*l>~Jwm*W,l������i^.  ���������rsc*:  SB!  r\  fr"'1''"'1-"1 '���������"������  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  ���������--'���������������������������*������������������'���������'���������" "  .. Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit jands.of  the district, and industries already established! .       m  ^ti������*le.������to+.������i~.������., i;;.,.  YOU ARK  DKLIGHTEI)  when you can get plenty of hot  water, but when tho plumbing is  out of order, that's a 'different1  story. It is, a good plan to have  your plumbing looked over every now and" then, to see that  it is in proper condition." When  you need a plumber again, remember that we do good plumbing, and our charges are all  right.  WM. ROBERTS  aSl  Plumbing .Shop  Old Creamery Sldgr  Abbotsford  fc  gfsi   ^Nothing will  add more t������  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  at home.  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:  B. C.  :-:  ���������sm^s^^m&f&^&smmm  See me now about that Insurance  H  c,  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  11  ���������*v ������������������T.?;'.:,r^^^ '  r    THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. 3.  *>'  Vr  siaiaiaiaisEE/siaajaaisiaffiiaaEisjaEi HiaaaEEEMEjaaaaaaajiaaMaiaiasiaisjaiaiajMafflBaMsiisiaaaEiajBiaisi  !��������� ' -    3.  I  I'  0  1  a  a  3"  a-  a  a  a  I  a  1  1  i  E  E  1  Is  E  E  ������  I*-  15  '1  El  E  s  i  I  a  3  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  60.016  No place like a Responsible  office hr which to have your  printing-*done.  For Jbb':Pririfcing.  This of fice i is-,equipped with  an assortment of type and  paper that will insure a perfect and artistic piece of work.  Our Ink is "Sun-proof*  Type and paper being all  that could be desired, the. next  important factor is INK. In  this we excel. W@ us@ only  the best; consequently expensive, and atn������, additional cost  t@ y@u. No oily- "news- -ink"  is employed ;on;0UR work.  enues  When, next you, see a good,  FtC     Ffc  I    well executed piece ������f printed  matter, whether - it is - business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any of the.numerous;printed articles* examine it carefully and y������u will invariably,  find that it is the product,. of  this office.    No slip-shod or  "amateurish" printing is ever turned out- here.  Business Man and Fruit  Grower alike demand  Letter  Heads  Bill  Heads  Envelopes  Statements  Posters  Dodgers  Shipping;  Tags  Receipts  Circulars  Irivitati  .  Meal  Tickets  Ladies'  Visiting  Cards  The intelligent  s and receives  not  to a-Price"  Hub Square  Mission City  ���������B  Q  B  E  E  E  E  E  E  E  ,E  E  fa  PRINTER AND PUBLISHER  fsrara/EiBiEj-aj-ajaia/EJsra^  L'   '     *������  ri������  u  &  _5S*3*J5*n!J'_^ !**-<  THE ABBOTSFORD tOST,. ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  HUNTINGDON NEWS ITEMS  . We ��������� are daily expecting the annual visit of tiro Heaultli Oillcer, Dr.  Swift, to our school. Although I  was unable to carry out his instructions to the letter of the law irr the  matter of the chicken pox, Dr.  Swift acted promptly, and tire outbreak was confined to two or three  very light cases.  - The results from his visit last year  have been better* than any I have  seen before in a British Columbia  school. Teeth received immediate  atention from derrtists. Four children  have had special examination of tire  eyes, and tire defects remedied by the  use of glasses made by an optician  to suit each particular case. This was  a direct result of .the Dr.'s eye-test  last slimmer. One cannot, without  seeing it, realize the great benefit  this has been in schoolwork alone,���������  so we hope for a better school life  since this beginning has been made.  A. M. GILLESPIE  from Llio Canadian side. Now the  Provincial authorities will have to  either dig a ditch or put in a drain to  carry the water away  Mr. Cawley, M. I,. A. promised to  look Into tho matter ancl is expected  in  Huntingdon any day.  It. is hoped that the provincial authorities will at once place a good  substantial "drain to carry the water  to the cast and then the matter will  be settled  for some time.  SUMAS  COUNCIL  MNKTINC  SAW TOO MUCH ON Till P  When Chief Provincial Constable  Smith was in Huntingdon shortly installing Constable Thorne at Abbotsford and Huntingdon he noticed that  water .-.was lying just over the line a-  longside the corner saloon and it was  stagnant and a menace to health "so  reported the matter to Olympia. W  The  authorities  notified   the   health  officers for Sumas to have it remedied  at once and they opened up sewer  and then the water drained away, also the "water that was on the Canadian side proving this    water    cameof the Farmers' Institute for a loan  The Sumas council held their regular meting in the council chamber  on Saturday May 1st with the .Reeve,  Councillors Ii3. E. Austin, W. Roberta,'  T. ].', Straiton and L. O. Lamson being present.  The minutes of tlie previous meeting were road ancl adopted as read  The following correspondence was  read. !.<'roin J. A. Bates, re postpen-  m'ont of the Court of Revision; S. A  Morley, re . Delinriuet Taxes; Whiteside'', Edmonds and Whitesides, re  audit of accounts, J."A. Burnett, re  Audit of accounts; Wolverton & Co.,  Ltd., re dyking Sumas Prairie  From the School board re increased estimate for 1915 $1600 to $2150  Change accepted as passed.  ,Motions Carried:  Clerk was injstj-ucted ,to obtain  services of an auditor to audit books  moved by.Councillor Roberts ancl seconded  by Councillor Austin.  Straiton-Austin, that the pospon-  merrt of the Court of -Revision for  1915 from May 15 to June 19th between the hours of 12 noon and 2  p.m.  Request from S. J. Bates secretary  of .$100 for the purchasing of powder  for blasting purposes.  Straifon-Lamson," that the request  of the Farmers' Institute.be granted  and chccjuc issuedr loan payable on  December 1st next.  ' Request from F. Sutherby for return  of box of powder borrowed from him  and used on parts of MeKenio road  last year;  Austin-Roberta, that the rejuest be  granted.  Straiton-Lamaorr that A. Keeping  rcceivo $25 part payment of appropriation granted Keeping road.  Councillor Roberts introduced a  proposal that Abbotsford Townsite'  owners join  Sumas municipality.  By resolution the council stated no  objection would be taken to the addition of Abbotsford Townsite to the  /due in a great measure to the fact, the current year and of the proposed  that he and Alderman A. E. Kelling  ton, manager of.the world's champions, have beeri able to agree upon,  a satisfactory, working 'basis, that  tiro game, undoubtedly the most popular athletic sport in the Dominion'  is to be again revived.  Tire season will open in New Westminster on May 24 and the occasion  will rro doubt be taken "advantage  ���������of by a number of the old time Fraser Valley-supporters of the clubs who  will welcome a return of the streu-  orrous days of* long ago when the  supporters of cither side were quite  willing to back their teams with their  money first and their fists afterwards  if  ireeel be.  ,     ��������� ,,  The old rivals will face .each other  orr exactly the same footing as in  other years, .with Vancouver lighting  expenditures, after which the council adjourned to meet' in the exhibition' building of the Matsqui Agrictil.  tural Hall on Saturday, May 15th at  9:30 o'clock.-  NOTICE  municipality as  5th   ward  providing! for the World's honors and the Sal-  BUTCHER  . Pork, Mutton, Keef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Balogna always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  S������S  MM������BMl^JMMUm������i������Ml������m^  amasumBaxisfann-^m  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  A. J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  it were satisfactory  to the ratepayers interested.  Roberts-Austin; that the scale of  wages paid to the Constable be $2.50  per clay and 40$) per hour, horse rig  ancl   driver.  Mr. Shearer of Straiton. interview-  ed the council re the ditching on his  road. The matter was left in the  hands of Councillor Straiton, .with  power to act  A request for a road to his property was.made by Dr. McKee. Coun.  "Straiton reported that the matter  needed attention. Councillors Strait  on and Roberts to view same and to  reeport at the. next meeting.  Councillor Austin was appointed to  look into the. matter. of the Harris  road between Campbell and T. York  property. Mr. Hardis thinks that this  road should be improved.  The reeve reported the burial of a,  man named Kalberg found dead near  the B. C. E. R. track.'. .  Tenders from J. R. Firlotte, Geo.  Hallett, H. Hickmpt, J. W. Kennedy  for straightening part McKenzie road  to Taylor line laid over to next meet,  ing June Sth! .  The following accounts were passed for payment:  Leslie P. DeLair, constable expenses $21.25; Currie & Emery $5;  B. C. E. R. light municipal hall, $1.-  48; M. M. Gordon, re Kalberg deceas  ed $10; Elmer.Marcy, re Kalberg deceased $4; Clerk, salary and sundries  $37.50; school board salaries ,$3T0;  Expenses $39.40; B. E. Boley, re Kalberg deceased $5; B. E. Boley, gravelling DeLair- road $2; S. J. Bates  Loan Farmers' Institute (powder)  Arthur Keeping, Keepinp road $25.  The meeting adjourned to June 5  at the usual.hour.  monbollies playing the role of defend  ers  as  only  they  can.  The Kennies, Springs and Turn-  bulls with a Gilford or two thrown  in for- good measure; Bun Clarke between, the nets ancl Buck Marshall,  Puk Wintermute and Pat Focney will  comprise the backbone of the Royals' and any team which can win consistently from this aggregation are  entitled to their. laurels. They will  be  well earned.  Con Jones is saying a little beyond  the terse statement that he will  place a team in- the field capable of  giving battle to the Salmonbellies.  Con's worst detractors will have to  admit that he has never fallen' down  ih this particular department of the  game in the past and there is no  doubt but that he will be as good as.  his word this season.  The teams are both practising faith  fully three nights a week and will be  in good shape to travel the - full  route at top speed May 24, on the  historic old green sward at Queen's  park.  All members of L. O. L. No. 1867  are cordially invited to attenl a banquet in tlie Orange Hall Wednesday  evening, May J 9th, at 7 p.m., given  by the New Era Lodge No. 24 4 L.  T. B's in honor of the Provincial  Grand Lodge of B. C.  F. WOOLER,   .  Corresponding  Secretary  Coi'poi-ntum of the District of Sumas  Huntingdon, Ii. C.  COUKT QV REVISION,  10J5  Notice is hereby given that the  Court of Revision for* the Assessment Roll is postponed from the 1st  clay of,:May, .19.15 to Saturday tho  19th day of Juno 1915, between the  hours of 12 a.m. aiid 2 p.m. at tho  Municipal .Hall.  OMVICIl IjiiATCHFOUl)  Assessor  Huntingdon,  B.   C.      *  . RIDERS WANTED as agents for  high grade bicycles. Write for low  ncir.es to THOS PLIMEY'S CYCLE  WORKS.   VICTORIA.   B.   C.  PUBLIC NOTICE-  lacrosse CLUB COME TO LIFE  ss  imxumiinMmimumuwuMiiMiMii*^^  to paper that room.    Wallpaper is cheap at  J. E. Parton's, Abbotsford  From 5c per Roll up.  Paperhanging, Painting, Kalsomining  . at rock-bottom prices.  iaaimmmLaimtf������mimimjoitm  ni*mai--y,Bra.ga8a������CBCTw^^  /fc  New Westminster, B. C.,May 13.���������-  After a lapse of almost one year  the historic struggles for supremacy  in the lacrosse world indulged in  between teams representing Vancouver and New Westminster are to  be resumed again, and although con-  conditions may not now be as ideal  as they were in the days of yore, the  same spirit which actuated l Con  Jones to attempt to lift the famous  Mihto Cup f^om -its mooyinfes, Ss  present with him today. Con hates  to- give up and the amicable settlement  of  the  lacrosse  embroglio   is  MATSQUI COUNCIL  (Contiued from Page 2)  cheques issued in  payment thereof.  Carried.      ,   '  McCallum-Meiander, that a demand .note for the amount of the  current overdraft be signed by the  reeve, cleric and finance committee  .under authority o: the Temporary  Loan Bylaw 1915; also, that a demand note be sighed by the reeve,  clerk and finance committee under  like authority for the amount of the  overdraft arising from the payment  of the salaries of the school teachers  and janitors for the month of April  and further that the clerk be empow  ered to endorse each note as follows  "The liability incurred by the within  note is a liability payable out of the  municipal revenue for the -year  1915". Carried.  Councillor Elliott gave notice to  introduce a bylaw to establish a road  along the northern boundary of D. L  37 9A of a width of 16 1-2 feet on  each side of the centre line of the  road.  iThe clerk presented a detailed state  ment of the receipts and of the expenditures of the council and of the  school board up to April 30th.  Considerable discussion arose con-  Notice .Is hereby given that  I will not he responsible for  any debts contracted by my son  Clarence Nelson.  Jas. II. II. Nelson, Barricre B. C  "ROUGH ON RATS" clears out Rats  Mice, etc. Don't Die in the House.  15c arid 25c, at Drug and Country  Stores.  WANTED���������Owners of small improved acreage or farm near Abbotsford  who would sell at a bargain for cash  write P. O. Box 16, Qualicum Beach  Vancouver Island.  FOR" SALE���������Spangled Hamburg Eggs Good Layers Non-  Setters, Setting of 15 eggs for  $1.00. Apply Mrs. F. James,  Mission City B. C.  Robson  Poultry Tonic  ���������and���������  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  CHARLEY'S POOL ROOM  AND BARBER SHOP  Huntingdon  Go   With   The  Bunch  Don't believe me but come any night  and see where the bunch  is  2 New Tables Just Added  !"*5"2"5E"_\  Ice Cream,  m  laes  Everything in the Ice Cream  ;������������������     line    ,  Have you visited my new Ice Cream Parlor.    Fitted in first  class  style.    A cool retreat.  Fresh Strawberries arriving daily  ALBERT LEE," "GROCER-AND BAKER  Abbotsford, B. C.  HAND MADE SHOES  TO ORDER  Only Best Leather Used.    All  Sewing* Done by  Hand  J. COLOMBACK  Abbotsford, B. C.  cerning the anticipated revenue for Latin dry-Agency in Connection  General Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  _$/  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  exanana  :_'.______u������_j.vjMu__���������,.u^^  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modem


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