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 -���������^*~_.i_  ������   '  SflYlSfflB  tf?  With whicH is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol, XXII., No, 1  ABBOTSFORD. B, C.  FRIDAY, MAY   IS. 1921.  $].C0 per Year  ���������Bn  wr.7*-i.iVi *~iir������fr.  L-i-  __.  ���������������������������j-r-.   . . .--��������� .(--  *���������  STARTING SATURDAY, MAY 2Sth, 1921.  Every Other Saturday at I  n. m.  i  AUCTIONEER  Office"ext McPhee's Stable  P. 0. Box 94  SUMAS COUNCrij  -   WHATCOM ROAD; May 11.���������In a  ^session ..of.y.ery..varied .business',  on  Saturday,   the    Sumas   Council*    endorsed the stand of the School Board  "in requesting of    the    education department a school  on the McKenzie  road.  This is a thickly . settled district  of small holders who find too little  accomodation for their children at  the Abbotsford School.  As the .board paid Abbotsford  $7 00 last year for tuition 'and expenses', it is considered that the municipality could well support a school  of its own In this district.  As if to show there was no ill  feeling against Abbotsford in this  . move, the council voted a donation' of  $3 00 to the new hospital fund, and  $100 to the Abbotsford-Sumas Agricultural Society, towards the expenses of a fall fair.  The big Suthcrby subdivision near  Abbotsford is to be cancelled by  their permission. The cancellation  of Fourth street extension east will  be held up until the international  boundary road is open for traffic.  The Saar Creek bridge on the Vye j  road, beyond Evan Thomas' station j  is to be rebuilt and Messrs. Nelles \  and Graham are requested to remove their fences along tiie new i  division of the ��������� Yale road between  . Whatcom   and   St rat ton   roads.  Mr*. W. Padden again revived the  old question of tlie removal of Whatcom road crossing on the B. 0. K.  Railway.  A much easier grade and approach  would be made by putting the crossing a few rods westward and a dangerous turn on the Vye road would  be made less risky.  The council will take up the matter at a special meeting.  The act of the DeLair Condensery  in turning, their milk washings into  McCrimmon ' ' Creek, which ' joins  Marshall :Creek and runs across-the  prairie, -wascoriderhned by the council as being objectionable to 'stock  and fish. The company will be requested to make ��������� other disposal -of  their   drainage.  TRESTLE  FILLING  MEANS  SAFER LINE  WHATCOM ROAD, May. 11.���������The  B. C. E. R. Co. is filling in the trestle  between- Whatcom road and Ved-  dar mountain.' Trains have been  running over the fill at Oifford for  some time and tlie big fill above  South West'iiiihster is progressing:  The filling in of all trestles along the  line is a great improvement and will  add considerably to the safety and  efficiency of the line. The fill at  South Westminster is a big undertaking and has proved a very costly  business for the company It will  do away with the long, high trestle,  which is not considered too safe, although experts' say it does not vibrate one-sixteenth of an inch when  the heaviest freight train is passing  over it. All.trains slow down at the  trestle, which crosses a long ravine,  100  feet deep.  . -A meet),:.:; oi the G: W. -V. A.-.-was  held on    Monday evening, May    9th,  in, Uie- cluU. roo/un with a good attendance.    President i-\ .]. Ii. Whitcholo  occupied  l.lio cir-iir.    A  delcfr-iil.e was  then, appointed/ for. the forth-coininj;*  ' provincial   convention   to  bo   held   in  Chilliwack on Jj.un? 3rd mid '1t.lt.    i\lr.  Whit'chclo  was juuanimously  appointed'to what, .promises to be the most  important  convention  in  the  history  of ".British   CoO'imbi;-.  Secretary   W.  A. Ackland was' appointed to act'  us  a substitute'if"'need be.    Several of  the  members  expressed   their  intention to attend the    convention.    The  meeting tlren went." into a committee  as a whole to consider and pass various resolutions     cocerning the welfare of    various',   organizations    and  returned,   men'  generally,  I. e..  (1)  that a    better'  housing    scheme be  adopted,  whereby any  returned  soldier may take' advantage   of its provision   irrespective   of   his   residence  at the time of his enlistment;   (2) to  ask    for.a    resolution of   (lie    ISggf  Mark Act, and a prohibiting ;of    the  importation of ^Chinese eggs.- (3)   to  endorse the    arguments of the booklet entitled "Compensilating."-circu-  , lating to"branches by Central Branch  | .Tor on to"." -(4) . > cesolutionvsof ��������� -amal-  ; gamatioh   of   all   returned   soldiers'  organizations audi societies. |  A satisfactory financial statement  was'submitted and five new members  were enrolled, Messrs. A. G. Andrews  L. Crillison, Sfady, W. Wells and  Talbot.  PERSONALS  -���������Mr. and Mrs.' Ross and daughter  and Mr.' Simms of Murrayvillc were  the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex.  Thompson on Sunday.  Air. and. Mrs. P. It. lid wards ol'  Vancouver s'neiit the "week-end with  Mr. find Mrs, Zorgler.  iUi'-������ Agnes Gillen and Mr. Victor  13by have returned home from University  in  Vancouver.  Miss   ICIizabcth     and     Mary   Armstrong of Vancouver spent the weekend with tlicir cousin Miss McQueen  "<Mi*a. P. J. Boyd oC Vancouver was  n  recent visitor  in  Abbotsford.'  Miss Clarke was tho guest or the  Misses Stccde over the week-end.  .Mrs. Marker and children or f\i|-  sard arc spending several days with  Mrs.   .Ji   K.   McMencmy.    ^   -  Mrs. JO I j nor    Campbell of    l.yr.don  visited  her sisters,   Mrs. Coogan and-  Mrs.   Roberts this  week.  Mrs. Jas. Downio entertained the  ladies of the 10mbroidery Club on  Tuesday afternoon.  Mr. .Angus Campbc.il ol' Ashorort  spent the week-end with rrip.iuls in  town.  ���������Miss Weathorby ...spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Fowler, of  Vancouver.  CASK   CALLED,   BUT  PLAINTIFF DEAD  MATS,LI   MAKES  GRANT   FOR   HOSPITAL  ! PRESENTED WITH  A FLAG  Mr. S. Trethewey of the  A. T. T. & M. Co., has'presented the school with a fine  t'l'dtt.  1 *-->���������-  Nexl Friday is May Day  uarts  ints  cents  cents  Abbotsford Feed Store'  J. J. SPARROW  MOUNT LEHMAN, May 11.��������� Saturday was donation giving day with  the Matsqui council, severai rec'U :i*ts  for financial aid being listened to in  a friendly attitude and sum.-, ranging  from. $50 0 to $5 being sanctioned.  The larger sum was for the-Abbots  ford hospital, on'the board of which  Is' Reeve McCallum; The Matsqui  Agricultural Society were successful  in securing a grant of $100 while the  Abbitsford fair association succeeded  in persuading . the council to part  with a $50 cheque. The Matsqui  Women's Institute came next.with a  modest appeal for $5 as a prize at the  annual flower show* to be held at  Clayburn on June 25.  Little discussion took place on the  report of the successful action against the municipality by the Royal Columbian hospital, the case being  more or less a test one and amounted  to a matter of $2000.  The real kick of the afternoon  came with ' tho reading or a letter  from Chief Engineer" Philip of tho  Provincial Department of Public  Works, to the effect that the government expected Matsqui to assume a  portion of the cost of maintaining  the old Yale road which passes through the district to the extent of  seven miles. To add to their troubles',  the council learned that the government expected a fifty-fifty split on  the cost of upkeep of the Riverside  road running from Abbotsford to  Mission. Municipal Clerk LaFcvre  was instructed to write to Victoria to  the effect that tlie council "could'  not approve."  While In this frame of mind the  solicitors were ordered by the council  to hurry up the B. C. Electric Railway in getting power arid light lines  laid  through Matsqui.  Tenders for various contracts  showed, that the spring', seeding  nearly over the farmers are freer to  take up road workr'  A. C. Gustafscn was awarded the  gravelling of Skouge and Crist roads  at $1.80 per yard; Mariner Smith  will gravel the Bell road between  Fore road and Harris', road for $1..f)0  per yard. The Fore road will bo  gravelled by Victor Manson at $1.50  and VV. G. Bates will grade the Glen-  moro road from Harris rond to the  dyke for $1.7.r> per yard.  Fishing experts'-'-'like to 'use a  bicycle because it- -'takes them to  where the fish are without trouble  or noise.  Public  departments, went  on   daylight saving on Sunday, in  Ottawa.  When the trial of the . action of  Morrison vs. The Dewdney Dyking  .Commissioners was called on Monday it.was announced that Mr. J, R<:  Morrison, the plaintiff, had died  Sunday night. By consent of coun-  f'l.l'he widow takes his place &s  plaintiff. The case has"' already  continued for over two weeks and  will likely last for some time ret.  Mri Morrison was one of the- older*;', residents of the Hutzie district,  and a, lead lug farmer, Recent infirm  a tics had thrown the conduct of his  affairs on his sons, - and the action  now before the courts had been started on Mr. Morrison's behalf, by a  committee in lunacy entrusted ,*wlth  tlie task of looking lifter his affaire. .  The lawsuit is being followed with'  great interest by .local engineers,  farmers and the legal fraternity. Ft  arises out of permissou given by Mr*  Morrison many years ago to the  Dowdnoy cdyking commissioners to  ml. a canal through his land on their  j undertaking .to protect his property  from damage.  '  | Last year the Morrison farm was ���������  'flooded and heavy damage done. Mr.  ���������S. S. Taylor, K. C, and -Mr. W. S.  Deacou.for;, plaintiffs, claim that it  avisos from a neglect of the ""dyking  commfosion'firs to properly protect tho  hind  when   constructing the ctuial.  The dvkirrs; commissioners;', represented by Mr. A. U. MacNeill, K. C.  and Hamilton Read, claim Uiat U\������  over-flow was caused by ��������� excessive  high, water* in the Fraser river, over  which they bad no control.���������-World.  We have just   placed in   stock an  extensive range  of  LADIES' WHiTEWEAR, House Dresses, Aprons, Summer'  Dresses.    These  are. direct   from  "The  Ideal Women's  Wear," recognized as one of Canada's best manufacturers^  House Dresses from $2.95 up  Aprons, from 75 up  Corset Covers,   Drawers,   Envelope   Chemise,   Baby's  Shortening Dresses, Girls' and Misses' Dresses.  Our stock of Ladies' aud Girls' Strawhats, already lar^e  lias heen added to by recent arrivals from the East.  We the recognized as LEADERS in the Boot and Shoe  Trade. We buy direct from the maker and are therefore  in a position, to recommend and stand behind each sale, as  well as giving the customer a substantial saving. Stock of  white canvas shoes for all sizes, how complete.  GROCERY PRICES- Not cut rale but Regular prices.  Only one price, the same to all customers.  Best-Quality Canned Corn, 2 for  35c  Refugee Beans, 2 for  35c  Tomatoes, 2 for    38c  Absolutely Lhe best Sock eye Salmon, large tins 45c  Plum Jam, Guaranteed the best quality  and full 4 lbs. not., a tin  75c  MiirinaUtflc, Ma I kin's Best, a tin       85c  SOAP IN  CASK LOTS  Golden West., J-14 cakes at $6.95  Royal Crown, .120 cakes at ..... .-,.,. .... .'. ........  6,95  White Wonder, 4 Lnrs? for  25c  Davis Fly Pads; 4 for .'.. ....' , ; ., 10C  Our staff are experts. We specialize in Courtesy/Service,  Cleanliness.  We have a prompt delivery service  Limited  THE STORE OF QUALITY  B.   C.  TJioiie,   1  Farmers'  Phon������   I������07  .���������SeWSB 1-AC-E FOUS  ���������~���������������~~-  THE ABBOTSEORD POST  ��������� --���������'���������'���������-      - '���������ct--���������������������������;     ������������������       ������������������..������������������.      ur n.:. i  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday  Member of the Canadian Weekly    Newspapers'    Associ.iLion.  FRIDAY',  MAY   L3i  J 921  ns' litis-sililt? a'ltlKMigh  lie  was  in.    hrul,  'strait.'? financially. .   ' . "������  J     (lni������  d:iv   his   wife  gave  him   snnic  "of hcv mi'a������:r'p savings with  which  l������  Mjmv  cnal     ImU   I'.n     boiuiht :������   )':"'���������     '"  : ���������;.-.- lire:'- instead ���������*���������<���������> llm< ho ���������������������������������������������'irlil ���������'.)-  'im* his cvclinK.    At I ho    oiid'of   'tli-j  iuh-d vo-ir he had ro;aiucd j-uMmm'-iU'  slrenKtli to enable him io return    in  ,,���������(!!���������!(.'    Ilo then took up bicycle ���������"���������<'-  jhr: and met-with some success    but  in  11)03 bo became ill    wUh    apuen  Ol'T OK COMMISSION  The ncws])apers of Vernon.' Kolow-  i ������. Summer-land and Penticton are  tminorariiy out' of commission���������not  r,hli!������hinjr H is the* result of the  fV-st iinpnriani dispute between ih<:  i-o-vspapiM*:- and the Iiitcruat ionaJ "I v  r'-!/.-niphic:>l I'nion. - ' the wnrhiim  l'..-intors dcinanding !>n increase '"  -������������������ ������*;��������������������� from $3������ to $40.M)-nor wenk  f'i<! :U- the same time a reduction m  (h.; workinj: lime from -IS to -H hours  .<��������� -.veeU. and lire ncw-maper . proprie-  fors refitsins: Io P-������t both  th <-:��������������������������������� 'Kl-  - The emplf-vc'i*!; did <-nn <'���������*'!<���������} (he increase in wa.!i.-'S I.-- $4 0.r.() ner week,  but refused to given reduction ol  ("������������������iir henrr, ,)'n the week's woj-lnng  time. ' Hence 1h������: walk-out. Tue  T-PKitioTi nf <hn ������f,v'spnpcr*s if* concisely given by t.bc .Kclewna. Courier  in -these words: '  '  "The ciiav.ffc from tho former rate  of SP.n.no     for 4 8    hours,'    work  to  $40 ."0 for -H hours would 'involve- <������������������������������������-; .-��������� ,-" "- "JJ = ,.,.��������� ���������<. .. hjrvc.ir-  rn additon of over 13 percent- to ������������rn^ ������s pasUm^a ^bi^- ^.^  '">������������������������ cost, .raking no cogni/.ancc of <-i- s ,-J t,; fnr (1,c Olympic  th������ f.et that the unproduciv.c tunc ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� <* ������') ril���������Mrml ho ..-rcaled  i-.ill remain the same as before    and . Cimos ,,tul u       "' . {  that four-hours off must come off, the ,a nnw arm <,        -. -    'J  productive time, that is tho   -propor-  whon  Im ���������     ou    ������        0        ��������� U-.  ion of unproductive to productive ' nroxumUol.*. I mo ho. i h. ��������� I ��������� ���������  tnVe. ' The employers cannot absorb he weighs Uk- pounds , i. I >* " p.. -  this addition to their costs, and there ! feet health. He rs now *A ;*us ������ I  is no opporunity to "pass the bupkV age and is- lireparmg to i.icl tin.,  on to the public, who arc not'.in .mood,  these, days to stand for"increase. in  prices in any line. Subscription-rates  arc as high as they can go', the panic  applies to advertising, and Eastern  competition,- aided by a, lower.wage  scale and the employment. o''t\Vboys  and. girls on bindery and press:.work,  which is done here by journeyman,  is an effective bar to an'increase, in  prices   for  commercial  printing..-.,  ; "The members of the" ,0'kanagan  Pi-oss Guild have therefore. decided  to resist the demand for..-a1 . 44-hour  week and until some settlement" is  reached the "Vernon News,". "Summer-land'Review," Penti<?ton ;Herald"  aud "Kelowna Courier." will", cease  publication. The Armstrong and  Enderby    papers    are; '.operated    by  ing for the first time' to that town.  The line used was the telegraph  line which had been built many years  before with the object.of 'establish-,  ing an all-land line from Pun's to  New York via Bering SLrailu, and  which was discarded, when .tlie cable  across the Atlantic Ocean Was successfully laid.  "iVafurally. Vaiioouv-r' and Now  .Westminster people were pleased  with the accomplishment of the -telephone company, and needless ,to  say Chilliwivck appreciated . Ire in k  put ir: direct -connection with other  cities in the province. Mr. B. W  Shiles. who wavs mayor of New,Westminster, when talking oyer the wire  oNpressod the hope, .that "this new  bond would unite these communities in still closer lies of mutual  friendship and profitable business,"  'or two yeas he rode as often   w-,j]c -\*,-, ,|.  |*oc<;e   ,and   Mr.  ("corg'e  l-orbester. N. V.. is both iutcesUug  and Inspiring. At 17 years ol age, Iw.  was told by a. doctor that he was dying witlrconsumption and he was ;:u-  viscd to'return to La ������������.Uc Fram-c  l.cro*-c-.l������is ������1������.vs wi-.re o.ndctl. Jlo df*-  (,iti(;(1 ,,��������� llUv n hi-yde, however, so  'j I,:,)' It,. cnuWI r.-'t out into the country  illul .Mijoy fn-sh air and good exercise  .Marsh.'*U. for (he r-'eeve and eounei1  of Ohil.liwaeU. phoned back that they  ���������'reciprocated (be mer-snge of gratification on the extension of the  lelepbonc service and trusted thai  (he  hope  might be  realized."  "Immediately aft.cr the. I'"<< ''���������  Chilliv.'iick was cojyplctctl. Human  Abbotsford. Aldorgrove. Langle.y  Prairie and Kurt Uinglcy were given  l.elet'hcne  collection.  It.  was  in  April   11)08.  that     the  WITH-HIS BUSINESS  With trade reviving, oVcry reliance may be placed on the  telephone, which . is such a factor in industrial development.  British Columbia is particularly fortunate in that telephone  lines radiate from all the principal cities to all points, so that  instant means'of communication are always available.,  ��������� The ��������� duplicate submarine between Point Grey and Nanaimo was  laid this month, doubling facilities for telephoning between the  mainland and Vancouver Island. New long distance lines have  been built on Vancouver Island and throughout the. lower Krasor  Vallev, both north and south of the river. Very few applications  are unfilled ,- because ,of lack of facilities, t-u Unit the telephone,  always    taken    for    granted, ''? wil 1 not    fail    you.'  BRUTISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE Co.  ui  lyjo ue .I't-ijiini-j '"     >-���������'���������������������������    .-,.~.  ,        ... j    -.  diei'lis  and   the, doctor   told, him   his  chiJliwack Telephone Comp'iny  [insl   _  riding days  were ovor.     ������Lc  took  ie   ll0g.in  to. nerve  tho  valley   .with   ith  tlie .bicycle  asain,  however,  and  re- ,,eku)i10ne  riyritom,   with   a  cap--  i^*N.y * >"\/ >������'^.^'  summer.  THI/tfPHONN   MKilVIOK  own telejihone ayatom. with ���������'> capital investment of $20,000. Mi four  montbrs time' the, capita] expenditure  has amounted to- $22,000, and by  October of tiie :.-a.ino year Hie capita'  was hicresed to* $.r)0.000. l-'rorn then  until now there has been a steady demand for service, until today the  new directory, which has just been  issued, shows over 800 subscribers,  with a staff of six operators. To  j tnkc care' of the new switch-board  installed this year, to accomplish tho  work of expansion demanded and    to  provide   the   necessary   working  cap-  Tho     \pril-   issue of    "Telephone', ifal, the company    must, now    have  Till/ after'nuoVing from  the    Var>  I00.O00. . To    perrhjt ��������� the . sale    o������  laiK  ��������� aupi  qui .nib (his am0lulL of stock the authorized  coiivcr  "Wor-ld".. of-April   Stb,   ISSHi;  a  paragraph  commenting 'upon     the  telephone   line from  Vancouvoi  Longley says: '  ���������'Those were 'he days when  province was in the making.  Canadian Pacific Railway had beer,  completed .throng to this coast less  than ten years before, and -in %hc  middle 'nineties the geat mining  boom, was on in the Kootenay and  Boundary, districts,  New      \Ve.s.tniin:  tho  The  rjiiuKii-y     i^ci)jc.o    ������^..^.  -vj^...^..,    ������.. :-stcr,  on  the     banks of  the     Kraser,  working proprietors, who ..make their  ]iaf] been .a prosperous city for years,  -   *  "*-''  '���������������"''���������������������������>'���������������   r-nriXiHhni    and. chilliwack  was  the  centre of a  rich    agricultural  .area    which    has  own  hours and  working;  ���������Tire Commoner  conditions  REGAINS  HIS HHALftH.'*  capital has been increased to $200  000, which mount the people of  to Chilliwack are being asked to provide  The directors of the Chilliwack Telephone Company are: President W.  L. Macken; vice-president, T. H.-.Tack  son; secretary,' P H. Wilson; directors, Dr. W. V. Da vies, A. H. Gil-  landers, D. -W. Johnston, Horatio  Webb.  It is worthy to note that notwithstanding the loss caused ;by , the  ice storm of December 1.017, the  company has paid an average annual dividend of 6 3-4 per cent, since  Its organization arrd has provided  $50,000   in   addition',  Wm.-Atkinson-  Go ncral Auctioneer and   Live  Stock   Specialist  2il. years anionic the Stock men of  the, Feasor Valley. - Am fi.inihu-  with the dilTei-ent breeds of live  stack and their values.  Address all oomniunicatious to  Box 34 Chilliwack, B. C*  ^nfrliflfllit'pTO^  J. H. JONES "  Funeial   Dire cln-  A������MNT -FOK   HIiiADSTUNIOS  Phone Connection. Mission City  been g.:ea'tlv develooed since. '    j ������^r   $50,000   in  adclrtrorl,     to  take  -Extension   of   the   telephone   line icare of depreciation and carry on ex-  INCUBATORS  0  AND  BROODERS  for tha coining hatcliiug season,  which will be the biggest in the  history of this Province.  BUCK18VJ2,' JUBJJJ1E,   REL1AJ3IJK,  PKAIR1K    STATE    and   ELECTRIC  INCUBATORS    and    BROODERS.  CATALOGUES     FREE  nia ntiiixjJMtn. ,, .- ������������������     1-j.Mensiun   ui    uiu   lcivj/h*.  WITH  BlfeV-CLKW 'HlilLI'-lo LangleV'was incidental to    build- pansion  ing  the. lino  through   to   Chilliwack           ���������   '  -   ���������    , -, ; *l*&        L..V      1*1A^.       ni.wi._4i        k\j        v--   .,wu,.,  The story of the    Career:.of    Emil,and   orr   April   4th.,   1896,  Vancouver  Brakevelt, a    Frenchftian- living1" in  citizens had the opportunity of talk  I  A. I. Johnson  Lernor. juice    added to the  burg  steak  will   improve  it. .  ham-  Despite 'the *ivorIc!-v.-;uc;. activities of- the Red  Cross .since the' : close of the war, and the  incalculable amount of good which it has  accomplished in the intervening period, there  are stijl rnany persons, uninformed, who somewhat ;wonc3cnngly-ask, '.'Why the Pert Cross in  times of peace?" ������  The mission of the Red Cross, as it is evidenced throt'fjhout the world today, is ?��������� twofold  one:' Pos't-war work and peacetime work.  Briefly surnmatizH, their activities, an applied  to the British Colombia Division, arc as follows:  B*ost War- Work  1. To continue and complete war work  amongst soldiers  still  in hospital.  2. To -rt-aintain the existing workshop for disabled ifoldicrs,. and to increase the number of  thpsc workshops,  Cross  1. To  train  and .maintain   Keel  V f  public health nurses for service in the rural  districts, 3". well as in the r>parscly-settlcrl  pioneer sections of Eritish Columbia.  2. To provide emergeney service ant'l  outfits throughout the Province for dispatch to .ind' service ;it ths scene of  accident or diaastci".  3. To relieve sickness among the needy  everywhere and anywhere in British Columbia.  A. To promote Red Cross principle zr.d  practice amongst the youth of British Columbia���������to enlist their sympathies and help,  and to enroll them in the Junior Red Cross.  844 Cambie St.  VANCOUVER  For   a Grod SmolceTry  .C. &��������� Old Sport  CIGA RS  8.   C.   CiGAR    FACTORY  VVILBERG   &  WOLZ, PROP*  Alex. S. Duncan  Barrister      Solicitor  Notary Public  OFFICE  J. A. Cutherwood Building  Phone 8C01 P. O. Box 09  MISSION CITY, B. O  sj -vie:  STATION  Made in Canada  Actions speak louder than words to indicate the worth of a motor car.  More than half a million people have purchased. Chevrolet cars. And more Chevrolet  cars are sold now than ever before.  490 TOURING CAR  153 F. C. B, M:_^"���������City  H'HIIIHMIM,, ia  at  from every roan and woman in British  Columbia as enrollment fee in the British  Columbia Division of the Canadian Red  Cross Society.  Junior Membership $0.25  MEMBERSHIP mm JSHE'6 TO 11  Your Enrollment Fee to Your Local Branch or tlie  NADIAN RED SMSS SOCIETY  mtrTisrr cor.uwiHA divtston  Pender Street West V?.nr:.ouver, B. C.  ���������_____  C H E VROLET an (I DODO E Ail HINTS  Mission Cily, B. C.  jjimiiiiini'ii iiiiriin I  mmm$Mmhvmuir'jiinwmawHmmMmmMu '/<#>  r v  ^ ,       ***.  TITE 'ASSblSFGJSS li������S^  ***"   " '���������' ���������' T *."���������."*  MdH THRfeid THE A^BOTSFORb POST,  ^ioisfeflOSD, fi. a  That the best of'Moate can be purchased'at this Store' .  We select, our  Real' with  intelligence:, that':   why o������e  of our roasts make such a line meal.  Try one of our,.prime'roasts and be convinced.  WHITE & CARMICHAEL  ���������"���������'.������,��������� "1-biU ������.i - "   ' Abbotsford, B.C.  We have a good line of new .and  second-liand  cars, some real snaps.  19.20 Ford in At Condition. Snap for Cash  -1915 Ford, Good Condition $300.00  McLaughlin Truck,, just overhauled and re-huill  . ,snap a t $5501. ��������� .<������������������������������������ ���������-*--*���������:>  7X  DONE 7iV ABBOTSFORD  AND DONE RIGHT ^������������������M^^-^.'  ���������By the Abbotsford Garage and Machine Shop, Ltd  The superiority of our Repair Work is winning  for this establishment not only the good will and  patronage but the esteem of ail car owners and  '/one reason we can guarantee our work is because  our workers are all mschanics.  . Don't forget our Specialties:  LATHE-WORK,  ACETYLENE- WELDING AND CUTTING  OVERHAULING and RE-CHARGING OF  BATTERIES  ELECTRIC^ MOTORS   INSTALLED   AND  RE-WOUND  We guarantee all our work to be Satisfactory.  Abbotsford Garage & Machine Shop  Limited  Pkona, B. C. 7 ABBOTSFORD B. C. Farmers 1918  Buy Your Goods At  HUNTINGDON, B- G.  THE COUNTRY'STORE  with the CITY SERVICE  -/ NEED YOUR BUSINESS  Farmers' Phone 1.803  A. E. HUMPHREY  (Late   Taflor   &   Humphrey)  3. C. Land Surveyor and  Civil Engineer  Room   6   Hurt,   Block,   C'lilliwaek  Bos    4'2-2, etllXLIWACK  r���������~������������������  rwo  lurr  !  BARRISTERS and  SOLICITORS  LAW OEFICE  OPEN' 'EV-lORy.    rilUJAV  ABiJOTsrotti). ������..<;.'  ter Tour Dusmess  Lard, 3's ..; - , ������ - $ ���������/0  Raspberry and Strawberry .lams  and Marmalade, a tin 95  Ketchup,  large bottle,  '. r :-    -25  B. C. Spring Salmon, 4 tins , -   -25  Roval East Cake - ���������-    -05  Bulk Tea, a lb.: r: r..:..., - 49  ALBERT LEE,  Baker and Grocer  i  =*  J. E. PARTON  C������i-ri(?K\a  Stock  of  Wall Paper  AM)  Paints  ABBOTSFORD,   B.   C.  Advertisements under  heading cost 25 cents  Leave copy ,and ' money  ���������joteford Gterasa.  (he    above  per    ijasue.  at The Ab-  The Creed of an Employee.  There died in ;Chicago recently a  man named George D. Sphwartz, then  'sales agent-for.that district.of the  National Cash Register company.  Some .years ago "he held a similar  position in Philadelphia. While a-t  Philadelphia he originated this creed  which is as good for* a grocery clerk,  hook keeper, or* anyone else, as,for  a salesman or sales agent.  I must work to live. To work, I  must get a job. I'll get the best job  I can. Whatever job I get, I'll recognize my obligations to the job.  I'll use that job as a stepping stone  to a better one. To do this, I must  do what the job requires���������and more.  There is always, competition in all  jobs.    The best man advances.  I'11-ffive the job my best thought  and efforts. I won't sneak. I won't  trim an opinion. I won't cheat In  my work or otherwise.  I'll be as fair as I know how���������to  the people I serve, to the people I  work tor, and to the people I work  with.  With this creed; I- feel the rest is in  the hands of Providence.  A T. N. T. Explosive of great strength,  safety and freedom from noxious fumes  No Headaches  Take advantage of the   Government    re fund of  $2.50, up to ton cases of powder, and blow  your slumps  . Insurance of all kinds  NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  RSAIi ESTATE���������Meney to Loan ������u Good Farm Mortffftg-aa  .Abbotsford  MOVING PRICES!  Pure Strawberry Jam '..._���������:-��������� ...���������..'���������  85c  Kc-iller's Marmalade '  85c  Nabob Jelly Powders, 3 for  33c  Arab Brand Tea, per tin  50c  Blue Ribbon Peaches, per pkk  25c  Quaker Pari cake Flour, 2 for . . . '.  25c  Creametles. Macaroni, 2 for '.  25c  4���������String Brooms, from   >  59c  A. G, ANDREWS  CASH   GROCER ABBOTSFORD,    B.   C.  BE  A BOY'S CREED  WATCmXGi   THE   PARADE  Tommy  flulrer    just rode by on a  Uayj horse looking: like a. young lover  He  had   everything on   except   bells  The girls _ava him a second look because he fu    worth It,    aLsd the man  nudged each other.  .'."That's Tommy richer',", they said  "lie made good '."*i the Wet Gulch  Routinci. when Colly Martin failed,"  'Tin the man who knows why  Tommy ma da good, because Tommy  told me one day H" ?ot hfs "Big-  Idea in college, when he was house  manager and ec licet or for Mother  StrauB's boarding club. From the  moment the doubting faculty put his-  Tommy under the title "nuts." That  sort of a job Ih apt to be a better ono  than   the  applicant  would   otherwisb  have a chance at undo- the gray  rult. Hla nerve in tackling tough  jobs has given Tommy a halo in contra ctfrrg circles. When he wins the  sood people say:  "There's the bully boy. He handled a job that Max Wlaenstein tripped  over. He'll go far, that Tommy  Fisher will.    Keep your eye on him."  Anyhow, Tommy says the. job labelled "tough" is apt to he as easy  as the next one. It was the mas. chat  was soft.  If we really    want to    lower    the  diploma  in   his   hand   and   told   him   'cost of. things we all buy, we    must  to go forth and see how far he'd get  Tommy played the idea across the  boards. '  "I always try to get hold of a  job on which some one else lros fallen  down," says Tommy.  Think it over    before    you index  all help to lower  things we make.  the    cost of    the  The fo!lowing'..is what is called  "The Indian's Creed." it seems to  hit off so accurately just what many  Canadian boys are trying to live up  to that we copy it for them, it is as  follows: '., *  1. He keojis himself in good condition.  2. lie  is  temperate.  3. He helps his parents in iheir-  old age.  4. He never steals.  !"���������      He    believes    in speaking tire  truth.  C. He believes in making overy-  Uiing In his life as beautiful as possible.  7. He believes in the simple life.  8. He believes it a crime to be  afraid. ;  9. He meets death cheerfully,  sine-lug-his death  song.  10. He loves nature.  Although  the old-tirno Indian  was  sometimes cruel to his onemlen, he  fried to live up to the standard set in  1 is creed.  LIBERAL BANQUET  IS TO-NGIHT  Tlie big Liberal banquet.  is to be held this evening  Mr. Barrow, Minister    of  grand success from a fin-j Agriculture, Dr.    McLean,  ancial   and   fun   making I Minister of Education and-*  and the big'lion. Mrs. Smith are to ad-  THE ELOPEMENT  GRAND SUCCESS  The Olio Elopement given by tlie Orchestra on  Wednesday evening was a  view,  The ollicharrs are rnrnin"*- in the  Fraser river, the largest run, it is  ������������������aid, for five years.  Mr. Tremeer, father, of New Westminster's May Queen was in town  yeterday twih a mile that wouldn't  come   off. '  point of  audience sure did enjoy  it through and -through,  the "local hits" were something to dream of and remember. One of the committee has promised this  paper the "hits" for publication, and after perusing-  (hem and consulting our  legal adviser, they mav be  published, not that ',there  was anything wrong in  them but they might look  -iifferent in print than  when said from the stage.  There, sure were some good  side-splitters.  The best pari of the evening however was the big  fact that the receipts.'totalled around $120.  0 n T h u rsd a y e v e n i n g  "Olio" was presented in  the Gym Hall, and the Sumas people were true to  form and remained away  from anything  Canadian.  ress the gathering..  LOGANBERRY   WINE   RECIPE  Pulp berries thoroughly, add three  gallons of boiling water to one gallon of pulp, let stand three days then  strain well; add three lbs. of yellow  sugar; let stand until fermentation  f'nishier* in temperature of about (50  degrees. Run off into cask and bottle after fermentation ceases.  THE   FOLK   AGES  1   Matron���������A   -very   horrid   scar   you  have no your face, my wounded hero!  Veteran     of     Great      Wn*���������Yes,  ma'am. That's what I git, ma'am, for  try-in to shave with a safety razor.  Some people are so generous with  their good advice that. they never*  have any left for'h'ome-consumption  Bicycle Week is the period, each  year when the economic and healthful advantages of tho bicycle are  emphasized. , \i^u,  Figuring on  fares,  the cost  in  a  year's  ur,o alone,  other advantages.  '.'���������Or. a.   day  for    car-  of a  bicycle is saved  not counting  Services will be held in St.. Math-  ew's Anglican Church at Abbotsford  every Sunday night at 7.80  10. Howe, vicar.  If we  look  back  Thru   ages   past  At  this   world  long ago,  We'll   see   how   mankind  Upward   climbed  Wih  painful step and slow.  When   flrsl   llio  sun  (>!'   progress   dawired  Their   '(was  the  age of stone  And  paleolithic artists  ftvow   strange   beasts   on  Scraps of  bone.  The storre age paused  The bronze age curae  With  warlike weapons new  And men were born  Who strove and fought  And one another slow.  The iron age comes  And in Its train  Great   wonders  follow   fast  But   time   rolls  on  And like the rest  Tlie age of iron is past. -  Once more the    glorious sun  My cup of woe is full  For this is not tiro  Ago of stone  THIS IS THE AGE OF BULL.'  Mr. Olseri of  Rev. T. pishing a camp  back  take out cedar piles.  VancouverJs estub-  of Pw ission    to  f.5ife_gap-fl-&v.i'v^^^

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