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In thits  case* Heron, tlie owner of certain  lands assessed Tor provincial taxes,  discovered , that the land had been  sold by tax sale to La Ion do.  .He sued for the tax sale deed to  l^alonde set aside and succeeded in  obtaining from the Supreme Court of  Canada a judgment setting aside the  .deed on the double ground that it  had been isued before tins time for  redemption had expired and that the  deed had been executed and delivered, and milk centre should look like.'  by the wrong 0 fir cial, that is by a man  who  had  rro right to  dieal  with  tht  land. <���������  LAI>IKS  All)  MIHTNDAV   PARTY  On. Monday evening May   lOih  tho  ibout. the town and   its  future:   ancl! "���������annual   birthday  party,     under     the  auspices   of   the   Ladies   Aid   oi'   th?  Last  issue   we  wrote something  is week the editor re-civ-id ;��������� 1 an-  nonymouB let tor, the writer evidemlv ; Presbyterian  church was held  intending "to write'hi.' nann* but lor- ! I'-omo of Mr. and.   Mrs:'  \V.     Ware,  got  to  put  Tho.  second   '-heci.  in   (lie ' There  was  a   large number present,  letter.-   He siiys-in pad-"  Tho blaiiiojThe   Rcv-   Robertson  acted   as chair-  old   town   i'a about   twsntv   vo.ii-s  bo- , man.,  hind iho times. The town needs aj '������ G10 contest which .ill were in-  t'lentist, whh would maltr- a good liv-1 terestcd in Mrs. Cout.es won the prize  ing if all those who have poor teeth ! which was a vstiy dainty handbag  would   gutt  hem   iixsd   110. Then   mfulG by-Mr. J. Downie and given ������������������-,  wo want some place, call It a lodRin^h1 wwc Miss C. Dennison received  house if you like, whore working peo-   the consolation prize  PfiHSGNA  (' A I -1 )\V SOLI,���������;i I c-M I LI, A X  i.< ������,<���������  Mrs.-Albert Teng received  Iho death  ol'   her lit  Oir  Wedne'sc  . = *i m  larissa  war it 01; only (laughter of M"r. and Mrs. John  ind   McMill  pie will  be made perfectly at home,  with not too high prie;s���������just, a com-  c uepn?w.  the; with her husband left on Tuesday lor  Victoria to attend  the funeral.  The  Ladiese Aid  will  meet-at  1I12  home of Mrs. Bryenton on .May Jdth.  Mrs. Dan Smith ancl Mrs. J. Mc- |  Phec'attended the May Bay.celebra- j  (ion on, May 7th. !  Mrs.   McDowell     and     daughters.:  Jean and Nellie we-ps visitors'in Van- ,'  (.-Oliver on Saturday.  !     Last Sunday being Mothers' Day: a ||0  C:\  Mr.  I'.un was united u\ marriage t������>  .1. Caldwell.    The wedding took  place in Beilinghom, "Wn.  mon everyday man's, place where i took part: piano duet, Mrs. Dadlov  there are no white collars nor red'and Mrs. McGowan; piai-o solos, Ev  neckties.    You"   want  to  'have    the  el>';i McMoncmy~and, .Mr.  Lome Fa."  Then a short program uie was pro-j very appropriate sermon was.preach'  ceeded   with  in   which  the   following ��������� ed   by   Rev.   Mr.   Robertson'   in   the  Presbyterian church. Arrangements  had been made to give all mother-.' in  the   district   an  automobile   drive   in  HOUSES ARE CERTAINLY SCARCE  J During the past month it. is figured  ; out by one who his been keeping tab  ; on such matter that twenty families  ; were unable to locate in' Abbotsford  ! on.account of there being no-houses  r-ent.     ' Enough  said. ���������  Shortly after obtaining this judgment from the highest court in Canada, Mr. Martin left, for .England and  states .that  on his  return   he  found ! department store in    Abbotsford  that  the legislature in its  19 L7  ses-   '  ���������Broil had passed an act (Chapter 67)   lo- departments his stove   believing  ���������   it good business to do so. During the  town cleaned up, yes clean up and ; "&V solos, Mrs. Bediow, Mrs. 0 out eg  make her look nice; she ought to ^*'s- Groat, Mrs. A. Tens, Mr. Alben.  look like a girl of sweet sixteen. butiTeng and Mr. J. Downia. recitation  she don't. Plant a-few' frees and got M Mrs. Alex Ryall. ' Refresiimenls  the  town  looking lik'o  what a  fruit!'were   served   by   the  ladies   and   all  - -    -     ��������� felt they had enjoyed a ver>  pleasant.  clior writer has the i e 'onirff. ,  ! ..Miss Gilqiust, VavK,o-ve.-, was  lest if Mrs. Eraser/for a f-'w '  Mr. >' ih'n I-'rasor, Mr:-. H i'raser.  fna, Mrs. SlclYcn, .fa-.-':, an I Miss Gil--  (i'ui.--t motored lo Bolin^ham f-\Su:i-  -lay and were the giri-rs o.C Mr. and  Mr*. i\   Mt-.Mnstcr.  kneor-  -Thc  right idea-and niust have a- nice neat 1  home in Abbotsford. I ���������*���������'  th?  ,ty.-,.  A PROGRESSIVE MERCHANT  th'2 afternoon. A number, of i-'u-s cooperated and gave them a. treat. In  the evening a song service vas hold  in the church.  BORN���������To Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert.  Hayes at New Westminster, a daughter.  A  Mr.   P.   J.   R.  Whifcbelo   with   his  usual foresight has concluded that a ,  ���������s!      i\is.  McMa  just what is wanted and has decided   'JOtstord.  i.er is  visitor in  Ah-  wiping out the judgment of the S'u-  preme Court of Canada, -and depriv-  past year he has just-been feeling his  wav as it w.eire-and has now decided  ���������ingthe holder of "the judgment of his' on a plan of action-which, ho intonds  lands.    The act was "couched, in general terms holding that all tax sale  deeds that might have been invalida-  - ted for the reasons given 'in the Su-  . premeJ court decision were valid and  good.  M. A. Macdonald, K. C, was attor-  MAKIN<; GOOD PilOGUKSS  Mr. Charlie Murray,    engineer   *at  the new condensory, paid the works  to follow-,and we may expect to see Mother ytsl't-on^dajUtoday)  aud  big changes in the near future. * I reports the work   -progressing    very  Mr. A.    Anderson,,   a    < oiupctent   favorable, and thinks that by the end  grocervman of varied oqierlenco has |oC a m01ltk (h'5' building wi 1 be com,  now absolute charge of the grocery j P^ted and part ot Lli-e machmery Installed.     The machinery is pan:ly- on  ras Itne ������r������u.nd now.  The siding from the C P. R. is al-  t'-.e  ney-general at the time the act was! to the ladies of  * ���������^~--~������-���������*  ������������������*  *i-   "^ "������������ik ������������*������������������ ������������������" ^ ������^ *������������ ���������-"������  department.  The Dry Goods    department  been placed in charge of Mjps Watson  and even* courtesy will be extended j80,,*0,0*"1* *3ultf promising now   tn  of Abbotsford  and the   hlU bein^ cut down to suit and thai  passed, but an application to his sue >  c-essor, Hon. J. W. deB. Farris, for a  . remedial amendment, to the effect  that the act was. not intended to interfere with the judgment of the  court was ncfused on the .strength of  a letter from Mr. Macdonald that  under no circumstances should the  remedy be granted.  Mr. Martin points out that.Hon.  John Oliver was a member of the  government at the time the bill was  introduced and states that, as a matter of fact all this members of the  government party share in the responsibility, as the bill was taken up  at caucus and endorsed there.  'surrounding district.  Mr. Whitchelo has great faith in  the future.of Abbotsford and intends  to do his little hit in making rhe  town a trading centra where good  value can always be do:..������?n.U' 1 upon  at a fair price.  'part 01. the work nearly completed.  $070,000 SPENT IX B. C. FOR  RELTP  OF   RETURNED  MEN  C. WHEAT UP  10 CENTS  DEWDNEY  BASEBALL   LEAGUE  Tho Canadian Wheat Board issued  new regulations effective at midnight  May 8, advancing the price to the  mills of all grades of western whoa  '?5 cents a bushel, and British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec wheat 4 0  cents a bushel  The second meeting of the executive of the Dewdney Baseball League  was held on Monday evening last in  the Commercial Hotel at Port Co-  quitlam. Representatives were .present from six clubs, Port Moody, loco.  Cociuillam, Hammond, Haney and Es-  sondale. Alter considerable discussion at the- suggestion of Mr. Ccrd-  cllc a draw was made for tiie first  ga 11112. The names were wrHLe'.i on a ] $22,800;  slip of paper aud first draw  v.-a.-*  !o  lave  choice  ol"  home  grounds   This  fell to Hammond aud they u\. to [day  ���������ort Moody on 2!"ilh May. Uuikm'  wa:-  drawn  to play Essentia lo    and     loco  Ottawa,Majy 11���������About $-5,500,000  has been spent to date out ol: appropriations voted in the House last session of the $40,000,000 for the relief  of returned soldiers, it was said by  the Minister of Interior in answer to  a question by George Boyce of Car-  leton. Advances made to the  re  spective provinces on this accruemeut  up to April 2 4 last are as follows:  Alberta $1,065,000; British Columbia, $970,000; Manitoba.. ������'12~>.-  000; New Brunswick, $57.1 7.> 6 7,  Nova Scotia, $200,000; Ontario, $1,-  242,577.GS;   Prince    Edward     I-land  s-'OK.MEl)    [SASiCHAI L   CLUIX  Theiie' are  occasions   w.'ion   joy!  i ness appears  to  !������������������������������������.  in   tho  air.  'certain citizen fee'.ing extremely hap-  i py. wished to see hjs fellow man lup-  ! py also, and lie acted accord! .-,1*.  do  1 ing 'the  right  tliin-j  with   (lie  boys'.  After  enjoying  tiiiMimrdve-j   they   decided that Abbots Tor I needed a -^ood  baseball team  to boost the old town  along and they .too acted accordingly.,  On May Day the Ai>bo(yi'ord baseball  club will play the Olayintrn loam  at  1  p.  m.,  and  Abbotsford sa.ys  there  will be something doiiig.  Columbia   College  plays   tiie    Abbotsford team at 4 p. 111. on May Day.  Talking  with  a  prominent citizen  this morning about' the future of th1*-  town he gave expression to the words-  "The idea of incorporation is by  no'  niannncr of meant-- a dead issue."  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Geo.   I-I.   Kerr .and,  family will leave this week '-.or Halifax on a visit to Mr.  Kerr's pa.---:nfr.  v liGin he has not seen for over thir-  I'-en years.  -,Mr. J. ,1. Sparrow and Mis Sparrow inotoro daround Nicoai' ri I.-dand  on Sunday. ,1. J. savs Miu'C is no  drive in all the l^raser Valley like  I hat road.  Ih.. next committee mooting of tiie  '\hiv Day worker:, will be hold <m  Mondav (ho .1 71 h.  Mr. Anderson has ii'ccepted a  pes  ition with Mr. F. J.  R. Whiichelo.  Mr. Gray is clerking in Lee's store  during Mr.  Kerr's  absence.  Mr. E.1-Barret, like a good citizen  should has become interested in Abbotsford to the extend of purchasing  from Parker McCrimmon the present  post oflice building and lot. Now he  ���������will pay taxes instead of rent, but he  thinks that the Bank of Commrsee  will want the corner at an early date.  -   O.   Spring ,wa.s   at . tlie* roa;-t   this  week.  Mr-. Brydges, manager of the B..a.nk  of MoiitreaLcxpects the bank fixtures  along in  the  course of a  few  dan's,  The postmasters of the province  are sending another petition to Ottawa on the 1.7th for increased pay  and better conditions.  Mrs. James Downie will occupy the  l'ulpit at Huntingdon on Sunday and  will tell of her work in  London.  WHITCHELO'S  ���������     STORE  1 MILE  AH Roads  Lead to PAGE TWO  , THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Thursday, May 13th,'1920.  .ft...  1 ������  rIE ABBOTSFORD POST'.  Published Kvery Friday  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor  EiiliJAV,   MAY   14,   1920  of Canada. A change must come'and  must come, quick, if we are tc be a  settle/' and prosperous nation.  . A few clays ago the i-ion  of Winnipeg and now number ol  Do.-ninion llc.rr'O tai'ed a meeting of  Uimii-od spiriU- !'<<:' Iho |Hi;po.;o of  fa run-kiting a policy, "that Consorva-  ,t.-i\. a coir Id follow. The .Hon. Mr.  Low: .jr, who is'now in the cast says  In.- c.-iild not I.-? present, which of  ccii.i-f,^ iiiwiia Hiat bo would not.be  pi-.- --rmi   if be could.  L\!-rybody nn.y not agree with  Hon.  Kb'icrs ant  Rogers   lire Union government, could not af-j  iioi'ord  to grant the request of, the re-1  .turned soldier, cither in the, form   in  , which it, was iir.uie or in n somewlrit  j modified form, which if properly siib-  ' milted   would  have  been  acceptable  i .V20 00  for ev;r.Y l-jturjiod soldier;  or  a t-oriain amount, for- every '.lay l'r:-m  'the time limy left until they returned  ; home,   was   considered   too   great   to  There was' a ruler,- who was above  doing wrong���������could do no wrong���������  and lately he' has been sawing wood  in a quiet, corner of'Bclgium: all men  who have' that idea of never' doing  v/.-ong ought to take warning and lo  govern themselves accordingly.  The:.Next.Issue of the: Vancouver, andj-n  Mainland Telephone Directory\;,  -Close* on JUNE,5th, 1920   ���������' '  I-iuirl..' Watson or wlia'ever his  name may lie is aboi'4 to write his  memoirs.1    Of what use are the me-j  mcirs of  such  an  individual'  v  I  I'.asf week it was suggested' i:  ���������-���������lumns of   this  paper  that   'Ji!  be cleaned up.  the  old  Many ha\e tak-  he-give the men who saved 111?, countvy  !  liis scheme of for-   by  offering  their  lives  and   lighting  on the hint "and there has beer.) some  under which honor-  unci.r-.r conditions l/n-it uudermiiied the ; burning going on. There is still much  lo do along these lines.      Ti 0 public  .._ ^    health demands it.  hat. he  othcrv.  [not   served   on   the   battlefield.    No  crniuia-  price would be too high to give these  behind'men,   who  had  to start  life all over  i 'under I he urosent conditions iu  If you aro contemplating taking  new service,-or making airy changes  in or additions to your present service, you should send in notification,  in writing, not later than the above  date, in order that you may lake  advantage of the new directory listings.  hat io-  as l.hov  ise would .have been had tiro.*.  inula ting a polie\  aide Cousorvalives could gather arid j health of many of. them," so  support:   bill   iievertlu-lcss there may iday (hey are not as good men as th  be'uui'-h   in   iho  movement  has started.  'ilre.-e is a great need foiling a policy.of some    kind  n  which     true     Canadians���������Canadians  wlio wish to see this 'country of our������  prosper and  become a great country.  'I here are  joins to   DO' many C'au-  i..!i'l*  71.  r)  a, men ana women, n I no women, have a vote���������who will have io  do a lot of tall thinking about the  time ci' tlie next election before I hey  .cast their veto honestly, unless some  gloat change fakes place, in the niaaii-  tim:i.     We   all'   want   better   govorn-  !'nv   i ii.o   r-.nTiimii!!   neoniR   oi   ������ii =  ment for the common  people of  JJomLiion.  M'.-ny people, even some Liberah.  will 'be iu a quandry as to whether  tlie-i*) can support the present Liberal  L-ailor and'his party policy. Before  he lor.k {be leadership some had for-1  !:a!:en the party, and it not likely with '  King at the head that they will consider that it has improved any.'-  These came Liberals will also have  lo do some tali thinking too before  they will support tire present Union  government.  Mot all Conservatives will want to  support the present Union goverment  aay more than will the Liberals.who  left the Laurier parly in 1917, on  account of the policy of the present  Union .government, whose usefulness  without, a lender i<: now a tiling of th :  p:\3t according to the way some voters:  give expression to their opinions.  The   policy   of   the   present   Union  Government     towards     the    soldiers  who have fought the country's battle!-:��������� our fodlicrs wi&nt to the front  ai.-d   fought  and   helped  to  save  the-  country  from  the domination of the  Kaisorism. and when they came home  r.f:.;���������;���������  being  away   for years they,  a-  Ions with many who stayed at home,  thought the soldiers entitled to  ".cry great consideration   'from    ihe  .present  government'  of   the  country  Tlie request was made to the government, which after they co:isidcM*.?d it*  said the country could not afford it  Remember, these men took their life  in their hands to save the country,  and man.;- novor returned who went to  fight.     Yet the country according to  Canada, caused  by 'th.*-  war.  As expressed in these columns .before v.~o'believe in fairness to thes'.*  men they .should have been given an  amount���������the $2000 or the $1.00 a  day from the time they left until  they returned���������and set ilvsm free ti  begin life anew lo meet the conditions caused by the war. Tiie govern  ment would have considered itself as  having done exactly the same thing  with every man and that no furthei  demands would have been made.  The system which this government  has adopted lias and will cost the  counti-.y a great deal of money, vol  there are. many who served ia Krau-'t  from the beginning to the end of the  war, who today are struggling hard,  '.o make up for the lost time 'and tc  adapt themselves to the char-god conditions which they found when they  icame back. They do not want t*  farm, they have no iniluenf ial friends  to pull for them, yet thsy -aie most.  deserving; and are today being again  weighed in the balance of citizenship  The pride which enabled them to be  good  fighters,  today stands them  in  good stead and keeps them from tell-  rig their troubles���������just plodding a-  iong. But with some of them it is  a toss-up whether they will be able  co carry themselves through the hard  struggle.  . This is one phase of the policy of  government of ihe day will have to  no settled before man,y good Canadians can vote. There are other points  very important, but the most important today is a, policy that, will dispose of the soldier question so that  .he majority of them will be satisfied.  There is need then of someone, be  it Rogers or some other man, formulating a policy that will dispose, of, for  once and all of the soldier question.,  and dealing with the conditions that.  were caused by the war, and enabling  the country making a good start u-  gain: The present method of governing cannot go along much longer and  be  at ail  satisfactory.-  to  the  neonle  What will Borden do when he does  come to Ottawa, is a question that is  agitating many people. After carrying the premiership in his pocket on  a holiday he may hand it over to  someone else and retire to private life  or a m9re pleasant job. The -.iiiest-  ion of settling upon a premier to go  to the country with a policy has to  come sooner or later, and'some are of  opinion���������sooner.  -  BRITISH COLUMBIA- TELEPHONE Co.  Fold Top ,Properly  Too few cad- owners are particular  enough in folding the top when putting it down. .The folds of materia;  get between tlie top bows and often  are destroyed. With some tops it is  essential that all folds be kepi ,1'roir  between the bow p. This not only  lengthens the life of the top, but  keeps it in better condition. rroo often  iho top becomes shabby in a few  !iionths:( whereas if it were given v.  little care its appearance could  kf-pl longer.  K  a  tones  ���������Pains   in   right   side,   radiating   to  back, shoulders, under shoulder blade  and across hips. Avoid these through  the use of .Uepalola     ($5.50     treatment).     Information   on   request.  Sole   Manufacturers  MRS. GEO. S. ALMAS  53-1   4th  Avenue, North,  -jasktttooon  Wm. Atkinson  General Auctioneer and   Live  Stock   Specialist.  .211 years among- the Stockmen' or*  the Eraser Valley; Am . fimiilar  with the (1 liferent breeds of live  stock and their- values.  Address .aU communications to  Box 34.Chilliwack, B. O* ���������  '  cry in operation in rural British Col-  am! :a.  From a review of official data on  sown to fodder in the year 1919 similarly showed an, increase over the  preceding year to the extent of 4S-  Col acres.'  In 1913 there were only fifteen silos  in the province while last year there  meat the offices of-the department   were over one thousand. Statistics in  it is also learned that there are 22,-  G 10.000 acres of land in British Columbia suitable for agriculture. Out  of this quantity 2,800,000' acres only  are occupied and approximately 500,-  000 acres only are under.cultivation.  THE FALL FAIRS  eluded in the report 'also ' indicate  that agricultural equipment had advanced with the" times in that tiif*u  are now no less than 372 farm tractors added, to the varied assortment  of agricultural labor saving machin-  Chiliiwack  Sept. 7, 8, 9, 10  Agassis*  -' ,���������   Sept. 8  Vancouver   Sepi.ll-18  Maple Ridge   Sept. 21-22  Miiner  Sept. 22  Misison   Sept. 22-23  Cor-uitlam   Sept. 2 3  Aldergrove   Sept. 24  New  Westminster Sept. 27 to Oct. 2 ! premier just before the close of the  ELLIOTT IS  REAl-Y  FOR  OLI.YI-K  [-1. H. S'haiidl3.v, of the firm of Elliott, Shandley .������ Ma?Lean went to  the courts,hoaso 'tt Viclorii on Tires-  day and, acting for R. T Elliott, K  C., formally entered an ..appearance  for his client in. the $50,006 .iibel  suit that is being brought a "gainst  him by Pnemier Oliver in connection  with  telegrams  Mr. Elliott sent the  Abbotsford   Oct. 5  INCREASED ACREAGE  UXDEll  CROP  IX  B.C.  The anual report of the provincial  department of agriculture shows increased acreage brought under productions throughout the province of  B. C. If shows that last year's area  sown to grains was 20,021 acres in  excess of the year before  last legislature.  No defence has yet been filed,. The  date of the trial will be set as soon  as the assizes, are finished.  would   be reconciled .to. their departure.  lianey Election Set For, May .20  The election which is rendered  necessary through the - disqualification of J. S. Whittaker, a returned  man,- as school .trustee, will, bei held  on Wednesday,. May 26, with T. Pat-  erson as returning . officer. Nominations Saturday May 22.    .  It is announced that' the Consolidated School Bylaw, calling ror an  expense of $40,0.00 on a newschool  and also a. Roads bylaw for $30,000  the .money to be used on the side  roads of the municipality, will be  submitted to the electorate att he  same-time as the electron for school  trustee. '  GOOD SYSTEM TO FOLLOW  WANT  CAREFUL DESCRIPTION  -,    vi>  J     N  i  -   -,  -"��������� -  S  <                       *-  .��������� *  ii   ny    ��������� IV.'?.".'.''.������_  Stringent   ordeiis     regarding   the  sending of such, articles as tea,"sugar,  co ndensed milk", coffee, coco i, cocoa  Fire area powder, chocolate, sweets   or confectionery,   jams  and  othe-:  such   commodities from Canada to the United  Kingdom, have been i sued from the  c.-r..t-rivi.-;     at     Ottaawa      "i'he   order  ...   .hut  a  ���������::.r ful   d'i i iption     f  all such articles must be made in the  "ustoms forms and als-i on ill1** wrap-  .���������"s  of  the  pncl'agc-s  I'lie penalty for not fulfilling these  conditions is the loss of the parcel to  he sender.  Thif- goct*  ������  re.    "������������������ t, ni  once accordina to Postma'-ter Jfarn-  son.  In New West m ins tier the polk?-)  commissioners have decided to throw  down the 'gauntlet.'-"to the Attorney-  General in the" matter ojf cniih.scated  liquor, and make a test case of tlie  matter.  The Columbian in report'nz rha  meeting says "After a consultation  with the newspaper reporters, itVaa  decided to' select. JDeyrar's as a good  reliable brand." No'doubt 'il'.uer  towns in the province will adopt, the  same wise policy when it comes to  a question of 'a good, r'ellab'-i brand.'  Senators Object to Number of Clauses  In the Senate Hon. Gideon Robertson's bill repealing a number of th  deportation clauses of the Immigra-  SOME   POISONOUS   PLANTS  The old saying that "One man a  meat is another man's poison" appears to be true in the ca.--.e of different kinds of live stock. It is a fad  that sot'ie plants which noi������- n horses  are not injurious to cattli or sheep,  ancl so.v.o which cause loss aru.-ng  cattle and sheep are - not eaten by  swine and horses. In Bulletin No.  3 9, Second series of the Experimental  Farms "Principal Poisonous Plants  of Canada" by Miss Faith Fyles, B. A.  obtainable free upon application to  the Publications Branch, Department  of Agriculture, Ottawa, a list of  plants which do injury to the various  classes of animals is given. The bulletin, which is prepared for live stock  owners,  gives  information regarding  enables    the  The Housing Problem in Great Britain.���������A standard wooden house approved by the,1  '."RriiuAh Mirusiii-y .of Health. .   Good brick.xhirnney _ and fire-pla_c.o.s. are installed.    ������������������-���������'  > lion  Act  recently passed at Ottawa.  aroused strong opposition, and, after , poisonous plants and  considerable discussion, the bill was , farmer to distinguish the most harm-  laid over until after the Senate "ad-* iful species in his neighborhood, so  louriW' t"iat "ie may l>s,a':)le to avoid patur-  ing  animals on  infested areas  until  j A number of senators expressed , tne danger is past. The yearly losa  strong antagonism to any relaxation due to plant poisoning is known to ba  of control over British citizens  who   oh the increase but the amount of the  ,-���������:,-? to Canada and challenged con-  loss! ,lsf not     ascertainable     because  . . 1      t-   . . j many fatalities are attributed to oth-  ..'���������!���������; ;mai authority.       L Ur causes through Lack of knowledge  Senator McSweeney brought to the  of poisonous plants.  attention of the government the pro  posed emigration from Canada of  western Mennonites. Sir James Loug-  heed said if these people were ssek-  ing the kind of liberty they were s.iid  to  be seeking the people of Canada  Today's best bet: "Eve must have  been a^very'small woman," ruminated  a young female tourist when shown a  California fig tree.���������Lowrey's Ledge  ''iii J  <&>.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  PAGE TlHtEE  fr-  . i. ������������������ ^ j * *  Letter  Heads  Bill  Heads  Envelopes  Statements  Posters  mg  Tags  isiting  Cards  J_liLC������       LLA\s������  n aav.  o  eople  The Merchant who advertises his goods thereby shoy/s  his confidence in them. His  advertisement is an invitation to the people to test his  sincerity by testing his goods.  This paper has a bona fide  circulation and an adv. in it  will reach the man who  spends his money in his own  province.  For Job. Printing  This office is equipped with  an assortment of type and  paper that will insure * a perfect and artistic piece of work.  When next you see a good,  well executed piece of printed  matter, whether it is business  stationery, pamphlet, booklet  or any of the numerous printed articles, examine it carefully and you will invariably  find that it is the product of  this office. The intelligent  Business Men, Farmer and  Fruit Grower alike demands  and receives  U  ��������� M     ���������  J.  Dodgers  Loose  Leaves  nvoices  Price  Lists  Invitations  Receipts  Circulars  Meal  Tickets  Menus  Etc. Etc.  ??  d::. MORRISON  DENTIST  \VM,St>\    r.'.OCK  i'h<;nr 7*f<>:'.  .MISSION .CiTY  S3  il  iVainiLUjmmrii.'rarL'biii^Tiir^^^^ rncpi _  ST  If ���������  ' Funeral   D  :���������](('( i  AGENT -FOR   ITKAHSTONKS .  Phone Connection. Mission City  dllf  *30_?8?������coughs  WESTERN  KLOAT JKY  LOWKUY  l  h  The Medley Hospital was reopened  last  week.  Co-opsrative    Society   'has    been  , formed  in Keremoes.  i     The baseball club has been rc-or-  jganized in Merritt.  The   Odd  Fellows   lodge  was   101  ; vears old on April 2 0.  !"   The   Great,  Northern   railway   wil!  : build a depot at Cav.-ston.  Wearing overalls is the style now  in vogue on this continent.  ���������   Dr.   McEwen   formerly   of   H-sdley  and Vancouver, has located in Kere-  meos.  i     -A   branch  of  the  Canadian    Paul-  'of Commerce  has  been    opened     in  West  Sumnie.rlaiid.  I It: C: Chiirl-ie. has imporied inle  ��������� Kcremcos six pure bred mules from  j the Southern Stakes.  The Allies have placed the responsibility of guarding tlie former  kaiser  squarely   up   to   Holland.  A  halibut, eight    foot    in    length,  and weighing 1.7 0 pounds was caughl  near Port Albcrrri. recently.  Anthony Bishop, a woII known  rancher of Lilloo'?it was drowned in  Big hike, near Ashcroft last month.  The body of Wm. Rochelcau, a  French-Canadian a returned soldier,  was found in the river near Kam-  loops, last week-.  ��������� Lake Windermere is free of ic2.  This is a good criterion for the  opening of .spring, which is rather  later than usual.  Mrs. Emeline Pankhurst, the  famous suffragette, is on the Chautauqua circuit this year, and will  speak in many places in Ti. C.  A baseball league may be organized with teams from Rossland  Trail, Nelson, Grand Forks, Colville  Northport and Chewelah.  . Orders were sent out from the  Finance Department at Ottawa on  April 30, extending the time for filing  Income Tax returns for the whole  of the Dominion to May 31.  A record was established in the annals of the Vancouver General his-  pital one day last month when thirteen babies were ushered into tho  world in the course of 18 hours.  A $320 piano is" being placed in  the Cranbrook high school, but the  pupils have promised co devise ways  and means of ultimately reimbursing  tha board for the outlay  1 <t*;:A''K, On (Ii or TWITCH (.'KASS  This we/'d is a p rciinlii I. prope-  gafo.d by seeds and creeping root-  si a Iks, persislcnl in all deep, plough-  ed lands iml in full crops having gro.-'t  power hi spreading ..(I'd choking out  ���������othtM*  plant--.  Tin- permanent   means of  bringing  , this   wed   under  control .is   to  adopt  ���������->-->! for   (he  ar-a   in I' sled   a   short   rota-   ,  ��������� t ran of crop ii or cropping plan whic'i  Jinchides a   hoed  crop,  once.'  in  thrc-:  | or   four years.     A  short  rotation   oi"  1 three   years   duration   is   preferable  j since there is a' hoed  crop and  on!--  !one crop of hay in a three year period  condition.-- which tend to give the pontile   lea's),  chance  of- flourishing.   An-  olhe.r suitable grain, clover ;r<d timothy hay'crop.       Poj* timothy haver  pasture areas (lie procedure is as fellows:  Allow'Ihe plant lo exhaust its suh-  Main-.o in I lie production of a hay crop  which should ho cut and removed a*,'  soon as the head is fonu.?d and before if is in bloom. Plough /.shallow  roll, disc once or twice to bre.>\ un  the sod and then cultivate with a id iff  tooth cultivator until tho root-slalks  have boon pulled to the surface of ihe  soil. When the accumulation of roots  is so great as to inter fere with, the  eflrcient working of the cultiva'o" re-,  move or burn them and continue in  order to complete the work. In th������  autumn, ridge or deep plough the  leld, ridging exposes a greater surface of soil and couch roots to the  action of frost than ordinary plough-  'ng. Frost is an agent in the control  of������q'uack grass that, should be made_  use of on every possible occasion.'  Grain areas that contain quack are  not in fit condition to be seeded down,  to  grasses and clover's nor are they  hi shape for the growing of profitable  crops in the future until after control  '  measures  have been   introduced. Immediately after harvest stubble land  should be shallow ploughed,    disced  once or twice to break down and con-  -.olidafe the furrow-slices after which  i ho sfiil-loofh  cultivator can  bo em--  ���������doyert'lo  advantage to oblam      the  .ce'\ss'i!'y depth to facilitate the draw  iiu-- of I lie roof stalks or underground  .���������items or quack lo the surface. Cultivation   should   he  thorough   and   the  '���������all treatment, as outlined for meadow  .-,r pasture land will apply to stuhhlo.-  The stiff-loth  cultivator  is an   es-  sentii'l   implement in     any     cultural  pisin lor the control  of quack  grass.  .'I'lrn disc harrow used as the combatant implement nets as a force against.  Lbo success of    otherwise .   thoroutrh  treatment.    The use of the disc ha:-  -ow in this connection should be limited   lo   work   or disintegrating   ami  pulverizing sod and surface soil. The  object is to draw the entire rootstalk  lo'   the   surface   rather   than   break-  each root .into several parts.       bach  small piece, like th,e; potato set is capable of establishing a new plant.  The following spring the area treated as described, should be planted  to hoed crop for which manure may  be applied, before the last plougning  or ridging in the fall or during th?  winter or spring. This brings us to  the first year of the rotation from  which period, the .procedure in cropping would be as outlined irllre rotations recommended.  Where no regular hoed crop is  grown, which is poor farm practice.  rape or buckwheat sown on air infected area after it has been thor-  oughlv cultivated and the rootstal.o  removed, prove excellent --mothering  crops For late sowing and as lirst  aid" in the control of the weed on an  exceptionally dirty field where other  crops would be choked out be.ore  attempting a hoed crop the two men  Effective July 15th next the "rule   fioued crops,  howc.e ���������    ;'       -ct^  of  the  road"  in  the   Interior of  the   mended  only  as a ^*^?\>J^.  province will bee hanged to conform   of control.   .   It is or      uj   ui      .  :-ith that of the provinces to the east   persistent, cultural methods ai.d    th ;  and   the  states  to   the  south,   which -proper -utilization  of   crop:,  t-i-U^a..  will  he.  "turn  to  the  right."  Thirty cases of .rye were stolen  from a railway car in the Crows Nest  The police, have arrested a number' of  men in connection with tlie. mi'-adi'.';  booze, ami they were, eon mil ted lor  l rial  at  Ihe  Pernio assize*.  A   parly   of   Wyoming   <:ull:   men  ill   vital.   Priti-'.ii   Columbia   in   -Inly  '^iTsfactorv degree of sneers will b  aftaincd.--Expcrimental   Farm N0les  sinx(Ji-i:^7^K~^cT7rciiKArK������i  Tiro price of shingle* at the prns-  piiI time, says the Columbian, is u\i-  pro-inuilely forty per cent lower I ban  .,-  iho lop of Ihe rise, and Ihe iiiari-:ct  will   vital,   i.nin-.n   ������. on,mo.a   .a   . ..., , number of mills in  or August, to invr-slignle the poKsll.H-j is s" v.������-.ik I i..������ .i  '">  ilics of  raising livcslo.-H  in  ibis  in'o-'ipis distrid   havr- H-smI  do\.n. wui  viiice.     The   uarly   wi'l   visit   e.-mral   .���������,-.,,.,!:.:/  :i     siuale    'dull  ol hers -;u e ri-.iiniii:  llrn'isii  Cohniibia,   where  the gra-.-in",   ,, ;,,,.���������.���������  lands  have  proved   lo   be  ideal. , *'      '  Uurdeiu-d   with   debt   though  Creai   Ibis   is   o.n>  I'rilain  mav \������\ she, inlei'ds to spend  iu i.iie eoming yoarov-T :?!������>"'. '.������;������"  Tor hor mililary ;w iad'e-n sen 'n-e.  which will employ our 'J.I'.m) oH'ren;  and iiior llian y:'..m)!i m������-n. In ��������������������� *���������������������"���������  words, I'i'ili'-.h. who < i-iim that <<\ Pie  close of I hi' -'/cmI war lUiiin! I hem  v.-iih undisputed aseeuden-.y in the  air, inf.J:d to mainUiiii flr.it supviior-  ity.  vv  MK^'  gmii    _____���������  Perislinble Coods  A  colored soldier at a parcel  pes  window   of   a   Northern   camp:  wants   to   insure   this   'ere   pa'  ���������������������������ansa Ah  wants  in ah g'a  to   get   it sure."  lii-wi \. i-   ar.- epiimiMlic Hr:H  temporary   fonditinii  v.-hi.-h   will   ;h������.!lly   imp'.ov-'.   Varioisy  '.ruis.-.. are i-.-w ril-ui inw   ���������������) 'i"1  I,n';'"  :,.i,iusllu:ni( ii      I'"1' (i,u' ,i,i!1^" ",i:; i:>'  ,|K. >,.;,,- ol Hi- |.i-   Id.-nCil el.-cth,,, in  ,l���������.   rj.ii������-d   S! ������i  ��������� .   and   hnsi-u-s   :il-  ivavrt  lends   I u  \><:   ur.s'-iil'jd  en   such  VJnfcinn.s.     TI*,- I niU  of  Hi-J shln'.h.s  im-mufaetured   in   this     d! ;trU-t     !'"f;  ;i,r.,��������� goina ov-r Un- l.-order.     A  luto  ! spring both-in tlic.Sliit.es and in the.  'norfwest   is another reason assigned  -All|      The   most   market  decline  in     th.-  ir.i^Vshln-ilc   h.liistry   has   l:eyu  going   on  iu  Florill;i   for   about  a   month   now.   but   as  ! matter   of  fact  the   market   ha:;   nu.  , ,   ...o..   heeii <-,u nood all  this year as it wa  "What does the package contain;'     i''.f'i.,o b-"-  .sked   the  clerk   mechanically.  "Dai's a shoe box full ob snow,  boss, an Ah'm mighty anxious fob  Calinc to get it, l'-ase siie's nev.-r  done seed no snow befo'."  last year.  'I lie lunilier market is a-lso ler's  ���������.prosprroiis than it has been, and de-  1 ...vc-n-f-s cf frimr ?2 to S-l a thousand  I in  various   rados of     lumber     have  i  jbeen recorded. PAGE FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, B.  G.  ?vrvr<r-i**rsr*vj:mi~*:iv*?m^r'****=*,ii*'������r���������*  nn-*wn*M~���������n*-r*.������*' "������������������"���������*U,W__"''*T"?!"*TT  im wi *iim iw> ��������� ii <rirnrn������ii-w������.if<ii.������-H.n r-  ���������svusjusf:: uusr.  *E?"% ffi*** F*j?S P"^  TliAX Tlil'O iJTCKF. PORK, ViSATJ and other i'-rei-Jr Mea<s  i'iii'cha.'-cd fi'uin ��������� - ���������  ���������   ��������� WHITE & CARMICHAEL - .  SuwpsfjfirR iu C. Stunner'  t;iVll {'S A TI?:/r.L K'OLt A MONTH AND HE CONVINCED'  Abbotsford, B.C.  Iiuvuse  No. *.)���������!.:>.<.) 2:1 '        , |  ergnigs^aoccsegigzgnJe'**r^*'**'ggea^^ "  rt.   r.    Phone   -ii'.  I-'ari'iicrs'  Phono   I 00fl  A. E." HUMPHREY  (l.:ilu    Taylor    &    Humpliroy) ,.  Land Surveyor and  B. C  Civil Engineer  l*0:i:n   <i    Hart    Ulo-k,   Cliilll wru-U  IM:;   /J:*:', CIIIIJJWACK  xxwi'jarmz-TZ  WHY ,y<"?". INSURF,  giiwa"r^?^o?J^CTTJ3D^^  Your Euildiag-i against lore. Because rebuilding costs 100 percent more than a .few..years ago. Yet Insurance rates have not  iiicrc-assd.  kz ������   \J.   AZ/������*tl jL'JCj j[ ,   r*.U><^V*>ot Ui U<5   *J>'���������   v-'.  Jtepi-o.seatSn.i.-'  Hoard  Companies  Only  R. McEWAN  .liOOT AND  SHOE  REPAIRER, '  AHI������n:SS������'OKl>, h. c.   ,  A  '���������-*  1 1  IL.  <f>  >L>i*  IRArMi  Vane  v_^_  <-t  TRUCK LINE  L-.sl Daily Freight Service between Vancouver, Abbotsford and  intermediate points including New Westminster, Clover-dale, Langley  Prairie, Murray villa and Aldergrove.  General Freig*  oth  lelkerecl.  ays  LONG-  DISTANCE  FURNITURE MOVING  Nothing coo large-  -Not-hin. too small  COMPLETE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE!)  P. aud II. CON LIN  Abbotsford Office: Abbotsford Garage, Phone Abbotsford 7.  Vancouver   Office:-321   Kingsway,   Phone   Fairmont   3700  WATKi:   NOTiCK  >(i<.os'sawi a.in.! i'se  "TAKi: NOTICE thai flu-; Fraser Valley Milk Producers' Association, Ltd.  whose address is 7()������* Pogsrs Hldg.,  /ancouver, 13. C, will apply Tor ,  licence to take and use 1-20 cubic  lect. per second of water out of t-n-  Wined Stream, which -Hows and  di:-,iriK info MacCrimnion Creek, a-  hout 20 0 fool, from its .mouth (.Confluence with 'DeLair Creek).  Tho .water, will be diverted fi'oui  tho. stream at. a point about 200 feet  on'.-���������(. of the V. V. ii. -'10. Railway, and  will to used for Industrial purposes  in:on (he land described as I9.r> acre  portion of the S. ID. Vi Sec. 15, Tp.  I (J,  F. C. M. *  Tlr's notico w::is ' posted on tire  ground on the 1'Jtli day of Apiil,  Tl'i20.  A copy Of this notice and an application pursuant thereto ancl to uv*  "Vv'aier Act, 191-1," will ha filed in  tiie ol'.loe of the Vv'aier Recorder at  Now Westminster,  B. C.  Objections to the application may  be filed with the said Water Recorder  or. wiih the Comptroller ��������� of Water  -.".-���������gilts, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, 13. C. within thirty days after  ike iirsr. appearance of this notice in  a local newspaper.  The date of the first publication of  this notice is April   16th,  1920.  ���������The   i rase;-   Valley   Milk   Producers  Association,   Ltd.,  Applicant.  By C. W. MURRAY, Agent.  L *flPT'^law-'fMP-Tgty"��������� "���������MM|,M '���������"������ - * * *r--w  These* are the days when LEE'S New Ice  Cream Parlors are appreciated'by the people of Abbotsfor.d���������boys, girls, old men and  ladies. All are our customers and look extremely with an Ice Cream cone. , It is our  aim1 to make people happy and COOL.  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and, BaKer  A T. N. T. Explosive of great strength,  safety and freedom from noxious fumes  No Headaches  Insurance of all kinds  NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  Abbotsford  Give Her Pep-  Have your Ena'kie re-horrd and HHcr' w^-1 ov������r-s!:-:e<l  nis:o;t;.,, which will give it the Pep it used to have when it  v.T: ��������� u-v.". Vmj s'sasvo ehe h������st I'orlrsg maciiliKTy on .the  .;-:ns"Ai't :;ihl curi gijarantee a f?.r.st-*;*his.s }v>h,  \l yoii bavo ui>y kind or' broken machinery, c?Jl us up  v/o i";avc Iho ccitiipmont to repair it.  age    aiid  ���������.������.-..    i 1-  hi I;  WAT FIR  NOT1CM  I ii vers ton and Use  TAKE NOTICE that The Ph-aser  Valley Milk Producers Association,  Ltd.','whose'address, is 703, Rogers  Bldg., Vancouver,' B. C, will apply  for a licence to take and use 1-10  cubic, feet per second, of water out of  Unknown Stream, which flows east  and drains into DeLair Creek, about  i,-4    nrile   from   its   mouth.  The water will be diverted from  tlie stream at. a point about 50 feet  w.est of tlie V. V. & B. Railway  right-of-way, and will be used for Industrial purposes upon the land described as 19.o acre portion of S.- B.  %   Section 15, Tp.  16, B. C. M.  This notice was posted on the  ground on the 13th day of April,  1920.  A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be; filed in  the oifiee of the Water Recorder at  New Westminster, R. C.  Objections to the application may  be fiUd with the said Water Recorder or with lire Comptroller of Water  Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C, within thirty days after  the.first appearance of this notice in  a   local  newspaper.  Tha  date  of  the  first  publication  of Ihis notice is April 16th, 1920.  The   Fi-ttser   Valley   Milk   Producers  Association,   Ltd.,   Applicant  By C   W.   MURRAY,  Agent.  YVATKH   iVOTICK  ���������A   y-.jiw scr*  t-hh-o bhop  0.nr  ><��������� villi a  fu!3v    oqtiipprd  ^:u.^i)lll^i "=i:op io lepair all makes or Cars.  (; !?:-��������� expc-rioii'-'eti worlauen���������-men who are right 011 lo  ihe;.?* job !;y loii_" yar.if: oi' experionce���������will have anything  i ���������-.(  do   with  your   Car . v/hcii  brought lo   the  Abbots Lord'  ..(Ja.ra-.;e.  .     ���������.'���������'.'���������;  IMversion iind L'ae  TAKE NOTICE that The Eraser  Valley Milk Producers Association.  Ltd., whoso addross is 7 03 Rogers  F.ldg., Vanc-ciivcr, B. C. will apply  for a licence to take, and use 1-10  cubic feet per rret-ond of water- out  of MacCrimmon Creek which flows  3 a si and drains into DeLair Creek,  abciit \!+ mi)j from its mouth on  Ma; all a 11   Creek.  Tho wat-H- will be diverl-d from  the :;lio:ini til a pui.it abuiil. 2 0 feel  wost cf the V. V. & E. Uailway right  On the claim that it is "Cheaper Advertising" than  newspaper advertising, a good many unnecessary advertising schemes are sold to business men.  The plans for buying are usually made in the home at  the warm fireside, not when the family is on an amusement jaunt.  Supplementary advertising includes all advertising  outside of newspaper advertising.  Lei us fit your car with a Zenith Carburetor M  S j? U don't give results you get your money M  i bach'.     Some of our customers are .getting g������       Ul tllu ������. v.w ���������. Ik, , ���������is���������l.  m as high  as 34V_ miles ner  gallon,  others M\���������-'^?- ii������d *'��������������������������� bG ilH,:d .f?r 'IkI;iS-  ft?? nr x      4n * I ��������� y-Y ' i'Sfl   triti 1   purposr.s   uprn    the   land   de-  m       ��������� ���������������������������i froms,5- lo 40 per cent, saving on Gas, giucribe-i ^ m.r. porticn or a. a. v,  '^..Wui^iisupandwe'willgiveyourtheirnanzOi:  ^;,   * -��������� v u(j,vp. c^n -talk io them.. . Try one on u$u;  || car and be the judge.  ^jScctiVu   \T>, Tp.  16.  E. C M.  Tiii:-. notice   wun   posted  i  i-li:n.  lb C. 7  Fannnrr; .11) if!  tho  ground   on   the   I3fh   di\y   of   April,  ...   1920.  [II j     A copy of this notice and an'an-  p-v,'niicnlion ].mrsua:it thorefo arrd to tlie  %i  :,T������Vator  Act,   19M,"   will  be  filsd  in  i^-r-.-r^.^r?���������^ "^ '^��������� '-'f  Iho" Water Recorder at  Olijections to the application may  fi'.'.>i..i,.   >'���������'nir't'rt; i  Ul'  ^ ���������" ������>' Sir Arthur Curriejs at present in-  "'""''���������" specter-general     cf     the     Canair.an  Lieut-General '"h'tia  Nov/ is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  Mo-iir-al.   May   1 2.  Sir  Arthur  Currie,   who  commanded'     sir Arthur received the degree of  the Canadian forces    overseas,    and  D-L- frnm McGill this afternoon.  v,-;..> haa been offered the position of.  ...     .   VT ,,.���������  ������������������  .��������� .  ..      .      I     FOR SALE���������A Tolpd    Safe, about  pmicr-fcl   of   Mctoil   Lnr.vM-Hity.   has   1000pounda#     Applv at once to Mr.  uccr.p(,Ml the post. Authier, Abbotsford, B. C.  be filed with the said Water'Recorder or with thr Comptroller of Water  "iv!'t.s, Parliament Buil-:'ings, Victoria, !'}. C, within th'rry days aft3r  the first appoara;ica of Lhis notics in  -i local newspaper.  .Tli2  date  of  the   first  publication  oi-this notir:-? is April  IQth, 1920.  The   I niMv   Vailcy   Milk   Produccro  Association,   I;td.,  Applicant.  C.   W.   MURRAY,   Agent.  A good second-hand Ton Truck  No Ford Need Apply.  . J. W. COTTRILL    /  COAL AND TRANSFER  Abbotsford  B.C.  POUND  WSTMCT  ACT  notice,   the "Lieutenant-Governor ���������   in  WHER1LAS   under   the   Provisions ! Council  will proceed to comply  wit.i  :  id  within the following description,  nanvly: the south-west quarter of  Section 22, Township 16, in the District of New Westminster.  Notice is hereby given that, thirty  days after the    publication    of    this  to the said Act, to the undersigned.  15. D. BARROW.  Minister of Agriculture.  Department of Agriculture.  Victoria,  B. C.  -May 4til,  1920.  <���������' 'i  ������&H

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