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 .-���������  ?'"v.  ��������� i,v<  J t  ^.i**i  With which is incorporated "1 *he Huntingdon Stai"  ..,.���������������������������,.-n.  ,.-^-Li.-.i!-JUJHmU  rsss.  ���������^ .,?.-".���������./  -i  ,.JL-  V.oj,. XXL, No. 26.  A.BBOTSFO :i).' Bl'G.   FRIDAY, >JAY  6,    1921  -���������- ,.���������-������������������<r  hMs^l*Mi  J-L.-lJUu-.-J.L-  ^iK  TSSTTT  $1.00 per Year  ;"r'.rrr  ��������� ���������*���������-  'T.vit;.,.  ������.n. ������^ ��������������� Mi ���������i m  m *mm. ^  ���������      '    I !  THE PIONEER STORE;  BUTTEi'l, i>ood Crcarnery or Dairy '  at per pound r 50c  BUTTE!!, No. 1 Creamery or-Dairy  i ���������*��������� **  a I. per pound 55c  WE DELIVER "'*'���������  LOCAL and DISTRICT  Mrs. Brokoski visited Vancouver  on Thursday and met her mother  who arrived from Saskatchewan in  the morning.  Mrs. Stacly of Abbotsford motored  to Vancouver last Sunday and ' ls  spending the week there.  - The Abbotsford Band are planning  to have, their uniforms by May 2Oth  w-hen'**-they- wIll~B-ina1t"e~their T.rst 'appearance.  The staffs of the Royal Bank and  the Bank of -Montreal are'giving *a  dance"in the Alexandria hail on May  13th. The proceeds are to be given  to help the hospital fund. .  The Fraser Yalley Milk Producers  have taken over the Condensery at  Dilair Station, but are not canning  the milk.  Don't , forget the Chautauqua  which will be in Abbotsford for one  week starting May 24th.  Tlie Musical Comedy "Olio Elop-  ment" will be held in Abbotsford on  May 11th under the auspices of the  Abbotsford   Orchestra. I  SUMMKR SCHOOL WILL RE  HELD IN VICTORIA IN JULY  VICTORIA, May 2.���������An international summer school, in which American and Canadian lecturers will  participate;, will be. hejd here , from  July U to 15 inc'usive?nro-moted by] ^^^ tf) wri(yA fn  HOARD  OF  TKADK MKHTS  .   The Hoard of Trade w.-ls hold    <  '"Monday evening."'May 2nd. in  tho (Li  ,\V.,V. A:"'" club,.'roams with th'e proei-  d'e-ni .-*"Mn.- N. HiHij-ind  the secretary,  Mr. A, C'eorge .^j-'cuh    present        Mr  |  A ck. land .reported- (lie  noljco  boards  would, lie"1.; ready in    ten   days.    The  pln'qgs uAmcdj^dt which to place (hem  were:-one*. oiKth'c firo hall, one at Mr  J.  H/-'ifh's office, and  the other    at  the Hotel, if.the parties lire agreahio-  Publicity" Report.-iThe   c!i'*i**man.   F  T.  R.   Whilchfclo, imported  that th"*  had prepared an eight pm*o f'*?der e'  ���������\. m:.o:in-.utn cost of oiKht*- dollar's, tc  i*c 111u'ifrated by cuts of Uie principal  '"''uKtriof*  and   benuty 'sno'.s  or     |,hr  Jit-t.rict.     The   hoard   authorised .the  cninmitlee to ' r-i-p-r-'-pd *vi'li (be printing' of twpnly-five hundred     copies  The president'then, called a  meefin'* !  for th  he held on Wedneschj  PERSONALS '  ������-M.Or3������KXT   IX   AimOTSFOiU)  W'.ll  Mis.     Preston  has gone lo  ity. Iowa, to visit, her iv* dlie*'  :s ill and during-hcr    vi?*:t tln-y  h.'i.ve a  family gathering.  ���������  Mijs Emma and Clark Ti-pf hewey  were heme from Vancouver for the  week-end.  Mrs. Cor belt ��������� hi <; been visi; Ing" M: :���������  J. .1. MePh.ce.    ��������� .     .  Rev. W. Robertson is attending the  Synod meetings all week i������,,St. John's  Presbyterian  Church,   Vancouver,  As Sunday, May 8th, will he  Mothers' Day,     Rey.  W.    .Roberta-"--:!  '���������: Not often does Abbotsford liave a"  Sioux elopment, but such things do happen  who occasionally, causing a sensation aud  everyone has o good laugh and t������������. 1 -1  over the event. In *> few d������yc <:< ���������*-  *��������� '-isuored loudly, Olio, you know  wlio that is, is going to eiop������: -uiU *���������  whole lot-Yif people hope to talk and  laugh about the event for weeks to  come. Keep your eys on the Alexan  dria hall on Wednesday, May 11th:  CLAYJ1URN .PAYS BltfflT  IHVinKND IN   lo YEARS  will speak on "Woman's Sphere,*' ������.( I. pvr flu- rivet lime in 1" vo-..-������? <*i������---  Ihe. evening service, in the Prcshy- bu,V'.'Company Ltd . dcoracd a dJvf-  terian Church. I.dond Ih'n week of ?5.00 per share to  On  Monday evening.  May  2ud.    a "im n3-,-' -������������������.,*-,. jn tho month.    ���������  meeting'of the True Blue Lodge was;    .T-,0 annur.l general meeting of the  .._  ......   ..    ._.,,,.  ,he,d m (he Orange Hall.    The del"-' shfjrp.hoTders "-as held at the head 0f-  p heads of Uio"cnn\mlttoPs,'.'*c | sates 1to the 0rttntl ^-odge to be held   rice: Crp.dit    I'oncier    Building. Von-  d on WedneWav. M'-v -Uh.    t> |'" T--ao"*?r on June. 9th and H)th are:'-. r.0over,(and ;i. very gratifying report  the'hf-the  im^vf-n-^ ! Mrs._J. _J. McPhee,    Miss    Margaret: v.-jh .read hv   (he mann^pr     Creden-  impress   upon   tnem;t.!ie   im"  rf attendins to    their . cUiHog" ��������� Th  chn'irni'n*   of the  Pin-ince Com'niittee  was to investigate "Ihe cost, of the p*"1  'chase or rental  or a type-writer fe  the  secretary      ' '6 '  The members who .interviewed th"  Hon   Rf-frow.'rpn'orfed that he ������������r  a favorable consideration, of the roadr  side,"-p..ll"T.   ard "'other   improvement'  in  Abbotsford.   -Thp  src-'-.tnrv'    vr-  F'-   Veron***  a comm't-tee of the Antrlican church -y,. ,  , . ���������     . =..-..  ���������    4-v.     i- -n td ���������!��������� i     n i      \-    | DisfrTct Engineer, gtvincr hmi 3 cor  in the diocese of British    Columbia. I .������ .,     _   .,      .   ,_:���������_.-.,.     .. ....  headed hy Right "Rev. C. D. Schofield  bishop _ofJth.e_dia.cese..���������...._., ..���������_,._..'_ ,  of tha notice f^k-en'by tho secreta?*'-  at th*> *"ip-ierYiP"*".t"- . ;  ��������� 'Leo'u.res   will   be   given - oh   social - ^ifiorf rV, ~ t^. cr-Tunittee ���������V>nV"������- ���������""    "  service and missionary  'topics,    ancl T? . ,*"*ii*tch^"'*" '���������'*-u'rm;'n-e**ri  ivttp**'-  nn various subjects of religious teach Cotrill   aiid   Irvine.     A   s**inll ;crra������''  "ng and modern theological-thought, was Fiveri to    pay    the ��������� ������**.-���������'*������npes r'  ^morig the lecturers so" far ���������announ- . nri-il^d 'notic-.s - -P   J. "Ft. Whitche'*  ".ed  aro P'**-   D������*.  Oowen of-the  Hni- "���������!"-.- ammint^d ob>ii'*Tvi'*n pf ������ .r."or;*p  versity of Washington, Seattle;. Miss incorporation committee of five, witl  "Whitfon of    the    Social    Service of pr-v������r to select the .other four,  '"ar'-.da; Toronto,    and  Rev.   "Canon       ^iss wapnun.  Calgary    ronrosen  ^ip-pson of Caln:a.ry,    -western    field ts-t-vq rf tho ChP'*tauina. wn.s h������r  -opt-Ptary  for the  general   board     of re'-pntly and met the committ-e,    th  -������J'!?:-:ons education of the Church of ������'':',f,rs s-^oted  i^*ng*-prf!sldeT*t.* F "  England in  Canada. . WeJr:  sec-ti-p'-s., E.    Barrotf  chn'-  t, ,      . ��������� nni.���������%  tr.      f+A^^ rr.".->.  of tickot selli*"--*: committer. N  Delegates are exnep ed t������    attend r. Pftmni,ttWt  R.     T,arv.  E.   A  trom the diocese ot    New    Westmin- ���������  mUli, Mrs. McMillan and Mrs. J. n.  Bates. ,.    .  I'he   Women's     Auxiliary     to   the  Great War Veterans met on Monday  fternoon. May 2nd in the club room:-  . was arranged that the next niontli-  y meeting be of a special nature.  'ials nf- the high-grade brick manufactured by this company were read  from various places while big praise-  was given the other clay "product1*,  of both Clnvhuvn and .Kilpnvd plants.  All the officers were re-elected.  The expansion of trade in fire,and  Services will be held in St. Math-  ew's Anglican Church "at Abbotsford  every Sunday night at 7.30. Rev. T.  E. Rowo, vicar.  ster and other parts of the province  !f*~*d from the ��������� Protectant Episcopal  "church dioceses of Olympia, Oregon  ,' and  Spokane.  ! A.. R.-?,ierrix. 912 Eurdett avenue,  I W.toria; has been appointed secre-  Itary.  MUCH LOWER PRICE  STRUCK  BY" TRADE ON STRAWBERRIES  6.-  that t>ipi-p could be a further    jn������/pr_  ing of butter nricos was ap-nne.   Pros-  Strawberries ; nects of    butter    from    Holland has  ITifait. R. DesRfa7.es��������� advertiseran"'  /-���������prnmittpe. J "B'-y'ses. A. i/ee, P  DpfiiyT'"''>,*i. Dr/Rwift and v>r. Dv/ver*  ground committee, A. Hulton-Harror  with power to splect his own committee: concessions, pommittee, A  Lee. It wa-- a^o decided that th-  town should be decorated for Uk  occasion.  A meeting cf tho Board of  Direc-   face brick has been very marked re-"  ors-for the now hospital was hpld'in.  cently as the  local company is'send-"  he Bank chambers in the B-nik    of  ing brick as far' south as Mexico and"  lontreal   on   Tuesday,   .April   .26th.  acrof-s   tho   Pacific   to'- Manila-.' ' and'  "hose    appointed  to    office ���������" were:- other Oriental cities.. '*       ������   '  Chairman. J. L. Preston:  Vice-Chair- : ^.*���������.;  -.pan, R. L. McCullock: Tre:isnr-r. J.J     Miss'- Manning  held  a '! very en-  -Irydges and the Secretary to be ap- joyable.party at .lief-home on 'Thurs-  '-������������������oin*Sd*."lafer:-*^MrV"R- L."McOiiIlock^.dar eveniii'^VMbsic/.w.-i^ supplied, by.  vas appointed chairman  of tho cm-   Mr.  Bryce aiid'Miss ".Ev"o'iyVi;-,M"cMen-,  'asaing committee of the entire d-is-  emy mid a \very -.piea'"s,'intv-time whs  tn"ct. ''���������'���������-..       .       '���������*��������������������������� spent:   .    '������������������������������������-.'���������:���������.: .'". ',.-.��������� .'   :  Mr. Audrfiws has-laid the corner- The Chinmneu.who.-liave l/esiji..t*,oe-  ���������tone for his new business block on ing in the berry fields around"Mis-*  lladys Street next to tho;B.-C. Tele- sion liBve struck for- higher ' p'ay~-'  phone office. He expects to have itj B1p>..s *heir yellov/ hides, it is time  ���������eady by the end of the m"o*ntli. and'" thpv did somethinc- that will nllo-w.a  is making arrangements so that he white man to make a living in' his  *;an enlarge the store at any time.    ...o-rn  country. "  v ���������  ���������ttw  CA NA D1A N   P AOl P^O  HAS  LONGEST ClKOUr  going as low as $3.50 per crate, and  then the demand was    very    limited.  Observing ;n a newspaper a refer  once to a     direct    telp?rppt    servic  from Seattle to New York, siitjiip*50'  to l������p th** lo-rrest pverland wire in th  world, Mr. R: N. Young, superintend  Vancouver,   May  liave    slumped  on     wholesale'   row, ' upset the mar'.-et a^d thrown a tono  of uncertainty into it.  Farmers have failed to take advantage of the special freight rate given i  These   berries   were  from   California   tho &rowcrs s]������n; <h0 p. p,. E. tn in- |  and the unloading is    hein?1 accom-   duce potaioes to come out.    'What's; ,���������,.������������������.,  rlislK-d to make wav for fruit from tho **s������. " ?-\tfl onR fnmmr " tho **ow. I ent cf Canadian Pacific Railway tele  Oregon. Local strawberries are re-" when theyo*-o in the nit thpv arp not franhB. is moved to mako the fol!o������-  ported as he'rr verv backward, and  costing anything,    and    today    they   in& remarks:  it is doubtful if the first shipment would hnrdlv bring the freight if we "Permit me to state that the Can-  will come in on June G as in 1920. shipped." * - adifni Pacific Telegraphs have now.  Rhubarb was another conimoditv This was stretching it a littlo and and have had in operations since  which came down the ladder to $2.50 the general impression is that the 1898, a direct wire from Vancouver  because of the lack of interest shown jrrowcra are holding to the hope that to Montreal,- the mileage being ap-  J-y consumers in tin's product. No potatoes will advance inside a month, proximately the aame as that! from  better rhubarb ever appeared on tlie Hothouse cucumbers were nlenti- Seattle to New York. I may say also  row but its beauty does not seem to ful and at a lower price, bringing, that this wire is the highest in con-  help in selling it.                                       $2.f>0    per    do?:en.       Oranges    and   ductivity that is in operation on    the  There was a drop of 7 cents    pnr .grapefruit  came  in* in   carloads   but  continent,  pound  in butter yesterday, and    the   the market maintained an even tone       "The world's longest circuit; how  market    that    refused     to    believe In prices. ever, is also via the Cf-nndiin Pup'fi  Telegraph route, and this is the Can  adlan-Aiistrnlian cable wire froir  Bamfipld. Vancouver Tslnnrl. dlr<v,*  to Halifax, a distance of 3779 miles  Tills wire is operated duplex, at v  very high rate of speed, and .ol1  equipment, both terminal find ante-  raatic repeater, is controlled by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraph?  "I must say that we opernte direct  to Toronto, Winnipeg and Calgary, as  well as Montreal, both day find night  'and carry all our nierht traffic direct  Vancouver to New York.''  uarls  ints  cents  cents  The local order of the .Eastern  Star gave a surprise party to Mrs. J.  A. ,McGowan on Thursday -night.  Refreshments were served and a  very enjoyable time was spent.  sford Feed  j. i.sparrow'  .<&  An apron party was given at the  home of Mrs. W. Ware under the  auspices of the Ladies' Aid." A  musical programme was also furn-  shed.  ><>g.M, ������^������������������ ������^*>^������ ���������������������������������������������,������<������<������ 4  Hand Painted Cup and Saucers,  per dozen .... j $3.00  Odd Hand Painted Tea Plates .;.'/. 25c  Odd; Cups, etCj etc. ;  Special line of Boys'   odd Trousers   all  .sizes from i.. $1.50 to $2.95  Get nour white Canvas Shoes before the  range of size is broken.  .GROCERY SPECIALS  Large size best quality pink salmon ... 15c  Pineapple, a tin 25c  Peaches, a tin ....' ��������� 25c  Strawberry Jam .......................... 95c  Canned Corn, 2 tins '.... 35c  and dozens of other SPECIALS  ������  These are regular prices, not cut rale  Limited  THE STORE OF QUALITY  B.  C.  Plmne,  4 Farmers'  Phone  f������07  m -$  i>AfiH tfWC*  *BEABBOTSPOK������  -f ���������***-  TiSTJ? ABBOTSFORD POST,  Published Every, Friday  Member of th> Canadian Week! y    Newspapers'  Association   '"���������'"'  FRIDAY, MAY   G,  1921.  SOME PRACTICAL DON'TS FOR  DANCING.  ""The' citizens of British Columbia  kisr vear , paid $9,0r>0,000 in . o.k-  /���������luinge alone on the merch';nd!sc  tli'ev purchased in the United States  Is a direct, fax of $1 7.i>0  individual in the province,  that is imported, tlie i-"roaf-  the discount.  th'  tlr.s represen  en- every  1 he more  cr will be  The fine spring .weather finds  -many very busy on their ranche-, and  in their 'garden--.' Notwithfatandinf;  the depressing prices for fruit and  egg-.;, many are going in extensively  -for raspberries,, strawberries and  other small fruits. Mr. J. L. Preston has 'planted ' about 8000 raspberry canes on nearly six acres; Miv  John Dates has planted about 2000  canes on one n.ore, and Mr. Millar  lias planted about two acres in raspberries and strawberries. Many  others have greatly increased their  smell fruit holdings and a great  r-iinv have jrst bequn the fruit industry. The people a.re going in for-'  chicken raising on a larger scale than  ever before.  ",  ?.5any   predictions  these clays as  cerablishiufj a  *>��������� '������ koi ing.    '  re being made  to the probability of  new high water record  he exceptionally heavy  wi; * r> v  ���������<* Hi  fvi'I of snov/ this past,    winter    lead:?  to believe that next, June may  -���������* the rinl* anchored by cables (o the  11   onpp'*Ue. .the   Douks   boating   in  out**ef their residence on  River-  r-venue, numerous    small builcl-  I'loating down ?'.ram, and all the  excitement    v. iiich    usually ac-  over-sensitive.- Let her, conscientiously strive to do her work. \and let a  worryijig, trying- to-pleasc-every-  body spirit, dep-i'rt. Above all things,  don't be forever grumbling; accept  the situat.ion-and extract all the suu-  shino and sweetness cut of it you can;  We believe there is much enjoyment  in plain, prosaic teaching, and we  speak what wc know. Fathers and  mothers are apt to ��������� express their  opinion in a way that you will honr  of it if you happen to cross John or  Mary, but that is only the .bitter with  the sweet. There are . parents who  aporeciate your earnest worl*; . you  are sowing seed that will ripen into  grand men,and women if you arc doing the best you' can,- working-cheerfully and not, continually gi ambling  about your salary, the lack of appreciation, and your social standing  Dignify' your labor. Be gentle and  patient. And above all be earnest in  vour work.  v:-d  ;'('P  '*������-b  *:he  co  (.' *-������  the  old  lev:  npriiiic3 high    water.    The    Tr'ai...  j.-k is even now fairly high, and  the' snow a couple of miles above  town hns scarcely started to melt  ere Creek, the overflow from, the  reservoir, is now a raging torrent,  1 with  its banks, and  unless  thc-  weather for the next few weeks is exceptional'!'}' cold, it will probably rise  still  more.���������Trail News.  THE    -AJ-iASJ  BACKER'S   LIFE  At.  \V"!'0  "Why  rftl cf  a  teacher's    examination    they  asked   by. the    superintendent  they taught school?'"   f-  them taught from'a des  .u-1 v  re to  do good, and one cr two were honest  e.n.ough to confes they wanted the  money.. To . teach for .the sake, of  doing good is noble, and there is no  hnrm in, working for money, provided you do your .very best to earn yoiu*  n\oncy. Who ever expects to teach  schools on the "flowery beds of ease"  might as well abandon the field at  the outset. There is no need for a  teacher to be eternally grumbling  about small salaries, school directors  and superintendents and unnecessary work. A school teacher mus*  make up her mind to work and to be  found fault with.    She    must not be  Tllli3 AMERICAN INFLUX  The exodus from Canada which the  late Sir Richard Cartwriftht was so  much given to bemoaning in tho dnjv  when' lie was nn'advocal.e of commercial union, 1ms bPrn very definitely  reversed. Last year 23.300 individuals came in from tlie United States  bringing with them $3,335.1 .IS i--  stock ancl effects and ?10.487,03f������ in  cash. This is a movement npT  'which Canada -may depend, in probably swelling volume: for (lie attraction of.cheap land and promising conditions' cannot fail to lure selUemoiii  from a country which is steadllv approaching ' tlie saturation poin*.  Those who come in across cur southern boundary are not only acclimatized, but are familiar with prairie  methods of farming. They make,  good settlers. As they come in  steadily- rising numbers they will  help to solve the traffic problems pt  our western railways and, ot th'  same time, add to the wealth of the  country. They enter/ too with ;3.  ready adapability to'form of government and broad democratic ways.���������  Ottawa Journal.  The  to-day  as you.  "Keep  world is    moving so    rapidly  that you have to "run as fas;,  can,to stay    where you    are.  " going."      <  -  Business is  largely    made  up  ideas, and success  is   largely ability  to  appropriate and adapt them.  Everyone should have an "ideal"'  hut he should not remodel it into an  "idol."  Mr. Lincoln's faith in God was.  qualified by a very well-founded  distrust of the wisdom of man.  There are two good scources of information on the subject of dancing  ���������-married people and ��������� dancing masters. The latter .exert themselves  telling you what you' should do. Naturally this gives them a good'deal of  occupation.  ,       ,    ���������  - The married person���������the other  scource of information���������tells what  not to do. , What married wOman  ever mi.-T-es an opportunity to correct  her husband, witos Arthur Murray  in tho Chronicle of Siail Francisco. Or  what loving husband exer.fails to remind his wife every time she makes  a fa-us pas? - But this free information is only exchanged between married people; they are a. scource of information "but to'one another, and.-.so  the unsuspecting young, man or girl  who "knows nothing of wedded bliss  must go on making errors, and just  as a suggestion, these, "don't." arc  respectfully   submitted.  Some people "don't dance; they just  fight ii. cut.  , Don't' dance with your wife..inst  once ancl then park hor for the rest,  of the evening.  While dancing don't let your, face  betray the fact that your wife-makes  you do it.  Don't act like a martyr every time  your wife asks you to dance.  Don't stop in the middle of the  floor to show your partner your favorite stop. She appreciate-"- free instruction ever so much, but girls -ire  naturally timid and so prefer their  lessons   in   private.  Don't hold the hand above the  head,if you must indicate that you  are a member of the Royal Straphang  ers, wear a button. ���������  Don't   cultivate  freak   positions.  From the appearance of some persons    while   .dancing,  it     looka    as  though a great many people are practising up for jiu jitsu exhibition.  Don't look, so helpless. Smile! It  could   be  worse.  Now Uiat the country is dry, it  looks as though people are trying to  get the old results by. turning the  same way all the time.  Don't take tlie feet off the floor  and'prance.. Somebody may not li-ke  the sort of. animal you suggest.  Don't hum or whistle. Be considerate of your partner. Tn any case  the tune should be changed at least  once- every ten-- minutes. Hum in  the same key with the orchestra, but  don't attempt to down their music.  Don't become angry if, when you  start humming-,...your .partner nsks  "what did you-say?-" If probably  sounded that -wtt'y to hor.  Don't woggle. Swaying may be  good'exercise but.it is bad-form.  If you .can't talk and dance at the  same time, don't talk.  Don't forget that you are simply,  dancing. The- privilege of putting  your arm around the girl's waist is.  in the contract when you asked her  to dance but this does not call for  any love scenes.  The fellow who said that the ball  room was a great place to spoon in  may he dead wrong, but from appearances it is evident that there are a  great many who are. willing to take  the  chance.  Don't forget the-audience". "Cheel  charming" may be a great indoor  sport but one of the principal rules  is that there must be j-.o spectators.  Some one may think it is bad taste  Don't strain your nervous system.  Some people don't dance; they just  work.  Don't imitate a trolley. Sirunlv  back the girl around theroom whibj  the music' is playing is not f*n idea:  way of showing a girl a big time  Don't give an exhibition. "Stage  dancing is very pretty, but it is out  of place in the ballroom. ���������  Don't try to outwalk your partner  in the ballroom. If you feel like  taking a good brisk walk, why not  get the air.  .Don't take    channns    that o**1-    of  these days the women will get toseth '  er and form the Ronjetv for the Prevention of Reiug Pushed Around.    ' :  Don't give away the fact by pump- '  ,ing the Lady's arm, that you have   to  churn bul ter every Sunday afternoon  Don't cry nbr.ut it. Dancing hflR  been supposed to be a-n expression  "f Joy. The funeral expression of  Ihe faces of some of our brethern  certainly contradict tint  ass:'motion.  Don't  look  as  though     your  interest    in    dancing was'   to  til rough   with   it.  Don't advertise extent of vour  cation by counting aloud.    "  I  'elephonc equipment, is nol haphazard.in any  way. II is the product of specialized effort, the  result of labors of men who give all their time to.  devising and  over a wire.  hnnroving the facilities for talking  The public can be assured ihat il  the latest and best equipment that will-make  efficient telephoning or lend to improve the  service. '���������'     ���������  nai  i Ol  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TELEPHONE Co.  o <��������� Wm. Atkinson  General Auctioneer ancl  Live  Stock   Specialist.  ii muni   i I ii nun imnrnnniriTmiiniup Lm   !Q  the  ���������with  stock  yi-ars among the Stoclcme.n   of  Ki'iVser   Valley.     Am   I'amil'ii-  (he dilTc-rent.   hrce'ls   of   live.  and their vulues.  W\taliEi-Himiiimur~~flm~*in-*u^^  H.: JON  Fimejal   Dii'ct  < j  A ������13 NT   FOR   lllOADHTONEO.-j  (>hone Connection. Mission City  j.(.flffi~~xr"r***tt^  Address   all   (���������o-iirminiratinns  .Bpx'3'4 ChillL-wack, ti. O*  lo,  .g^ac-jTC-tc^.  .  NCUBATORS-.  AND  For   <i  Good Srnc ke fry  | B.C. &" Old Sport  CIGARS  for tho coming- hatching season,  vrfii()h will he the biggest in tii-.:  histcfiT of tills Province.  BUCKEYE, JUBILEE, RELIABLE,  PRAIRIE STATE and ELECTRIC  INCUBATORS imH BROODERS.  CATALOGUES    FREE  e.   C.    CIGAR    FACTORY  VILEERG   a   WOLZ.  PROPfc  nw i>~ii "inn 11    i   "urn" nf   ih I'^mwin i   iii'Xi  rjrtcrff*^^f m iriViifl'inhn-!i|**tt-'^a ���������'���������'������*|watyTT;aaga  Alex. S. Duncan  Barrister      Solicitor  . .. Notary Public  OFFICE  ������T. A. CatIic;\vood Huiklin^  Phone 8G01 P.  O. Box GO  Actions speak louder than words to indicate the worth of a motor can  More*than half a million people have pur-  chased Chevrolet ears, And more Chevrolet  ears are sold fjgl? than ever bei  "fore.  490 TOUR. ING CAR  $1153F.C.B.tf->*;^C  .v-V  i *"������!trftt*n*&'*TT*mxiamw*aJfcrf^****  one  get  XOT RVOJ'f)������ ivivmv  HOUSES A������E BUILT  STUART MOTORS  CHEVROLET and DODGE AGENTS  Mission City, B. C.  Jnvesture at Buckingham Palace, London. The King conferred the honor of Knighthood on Knirrht.������ i-^.r-helor designate  at Buckingham Palace. Sir Harry and Lady Lauder leaving  the oalaca after the investurA. ..:'  Ottawa,      April ,29.���������At    yesterday's session'of    the*   special' com-!  mittee on  pensions and ��������� re-no'o.bHsh-'  ment, H. M. Mowatt, Parkdale, again  brought  up his suggestion of model  towns and villages for returned    sciJ  diers similar to    those in    England. ���������  Thomas Adams, town nlaning adviW.i  to   the   commission   of   conservation*'  said there was a great need of good'1  housins? both In tho cities and.coun-1  try.    There were, about 100,r>00 mar-!  Wages in Canada durinir .tho last year-  and  only about 11,000  new    homes  had been built.    There were in addi- I  tion, immigrant:* to  uouseci.  T I'lfh " II     ���������������ww<������|������'������'.ii>'wi"'^NW<'n���������w������������w  Z-OUlMMMJMl-L&ZC������rzZ7;Zi3BXMaBB9aBa  MMSmBBMBBBHBB t  '������������������/���������  -"*���������,'--'"\^''���������'���������  *J^"         "���������*"*''������'r*^    --n���������- IBI<-  " ���������  *  .*���������  "���������'-i      -v,  --.I}*  r������ii>iiillii  1ff������������MlLM������l"Ji. |i. . uwmq  fins  T  -rwnff7w^^mSi\ '   *- '-���������*������������������".*���������������������������������������������- - j ..vMb^ .** _ ''Won .,  , i  cG&ssi-Kj  l_li ��������� I LCI  ill  ads  Heads  Envelopes  tate-  ments  Posters  Shipping  Tags  Visiting  Card;  Etc.  Etc  I !  n adv.  paper find  s  eople  The Mercian ��������� who 'advertises his goods thereby shows  his confidence in them. His  advertisement is an invitation, to the, people to test his  sincerity by fcesfing his gqods.  This paper has a bona fide  circulation and an adv. in it  wl\l reach the man who  spends his money in his own  provinc  For Job Printing  This cffice is equipped with  an assortment of type and  piper that will insure a.perfect and artistic piece of work  ian next you see a good,  v/el! executed piece of prmted  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 h the product of  this office. The intelligent  Business Men, Farmer and  Fruit Grower alike demands  and receives  c*.  Dodgers  Loose  Leaves  Invoices  Price  Lists  liivitaiions  Receipts  Circulars  Meal  Tickets  Menus  Etc.  Etc.  roper -  Hub' Square  roves\������ Profitable-  Mission City  SIX"l&AJLii TEAMS  ENTER THE  LEAGUE  Following 13 iho FrnW 'Valley  Baseball League schedule for' j'S2.?'-  May J 4, Matsqui at Cloverc-.ale,  May Jl. Mu'rrayvilJe at. Agassi/.  May 14, 3.SO. Clayburn. at. Chilliwack. ' ���������  May  2l'.' C'layl-urn  at   Mur>-.iy'viljp  ���������May.'?.,   4,30,   Matsqui  ui  '*i,:   .  wnck.  May 21. Aga-Bsri* at Olo-*'.or.l \\-\  ' May 24, Matsqui aud Clavhurf-    ������:  Mission.        ' ' . ,  J<    <.<Itl.tf^*-i.*'s������-'^s.''T~.*|?-.4y-.c.1.>^.,T���������jt' ^,' *  ���������   I   ������������������������!  ���������������sa?  t  May 2.4." Cloverdale ot. Mi;rr-v/.r;11-  M������,y 24, 2'.'50; Chilliwa^R- at A eras-  aiz. ' I  1  June 3,  ^gaeslz and    Mai'^ju;    n(.>^''driving a hi) |;.v.    Tho good driver  Mission. f.    jreduces the sr^ed of his r,nT a-- 9( (J-;  WHY I WASTE MONEY  ON BRAKE BANDS  This district is no exception lo the  rule that in every part of Ihe country  there are many    drivers    who ��������� are  "death   on   brakes and   tires."    irr<*-  jquetitly drivers can bo soon to reduce  Choir car's- speed by a    sudden application of the brakes, which .locks (}-���������������  wheel"-?.      This is    good for    s-arr.go-,-,  und vulcanizing plants, but oxpoush'.-  for car owners.  K   Uwr*    to    pi-v-e--  bolh .urafce-I*8,*ids- and . (ires' ���������-���������id " ^  not so effective in stopping: the''machine as a more stead v  method      Im  addition, .lo   this   il. is    indiratiw ������r  June .3, Clover dale at Clayburn.  .I**t-c X. 3..10,  Murrayvillw !*���������.  ."���������-;!*���������  IhvacT-*.  !"rt "n,   09.' CliiUfwartt   r.r  '";!���������''-  verdale.  June It, Agassi;* nt C''.l****H--.*n. '  June8, MurrayvilJc at Matsqui.,  June   18,  4.30  CliilliwacK  rayville.  Junr.   *t:,r   Cloverdale   and   .\w>.*i  at Chi) If wack.  ; June, 18.' Clay burn ������(  Matsqui.'  ���������Inly  .1,  a.30, Cloverdale at Chilli  wr*ck.  j tanee iwffscip.nijy ��������� f-ar fn*rn ' h'm 'har-  ���������jiing place, excei-i  in  cas&s cf cm-A-  genoy. for (ho benefit c-f (hoa? w*--  .are.hard on brakes' it is.pc-lniod cu'  I'lhat by using t.ho ensruie (o i-rr-kV  .one can reduce wear upon bands ve*-������  greatly.     Closing  tffo   tbrott.^  fV\{v  AT ii i- iwltI* t,ie chiicA' "'engaged,    will slo-'v  ja car down ao that "hut slight brako  , .application is required. A short' djv.  "jlance before each stopping point i-  j reached, (his pliould he done. Defo---  [starting down a .vtc*ep_ hi!J. sr.-o������-,1  ..speed  (or even low gear) should W  ���������inlv 1. 1 ::o, Claylnirn and Agassi*.'cngl,gcU' n,e cIlt(':!l    I*������rt in    engage-  "  ' n)enf nnd    <';e    throttle    oouipletelv  at  Chilliwack  July l. Matsqui atMu'i-ravvilJe    '  ...    July-f>.   3.30,     Chilli-vfftvfi" .UC.kty.  .;|burn. ,        ���������'       *.,"������������������;.  JuJy 9,  Matsqui at Agnssiz.  .July 9. JMurrarviJIe at ClorerOftle.  J������ly 16. Cloverdale *ot  Matsqui.  July id, MurrayvilJe at Cla3'bu?n  J*^y 13, 2.30,    Aga-Hsk at    C'*iJU-  wack. ���������  ' -*>���������}������������������- 23-. Clayhnrn nt CIovord������l--.'  July 20. 3.30'. Cbilliirack at M������i������-  July 2 3, AgasaiK at- Murrayvj]U������?.:  closed. ������������������  The. engiiu.    will    (hen    do  most o,f  the  braking.  Avoid   sudden  I stops ap far as possible, use (he best  iquahty of brake lining, and see th&t  the brajkeB on each eide act equally.  . Jim-M* see "a  certain, doctor    )uib  eured insanity by pulling out Injected   teeth.  Jam-^Won't do any good;   they'ij  _ go  craay  again  When  they .see    tlfie  ibill.  A  pinch  of baking  . powder  ���������hold'th'e'omelet from falling.  will  ������ MATSQUI'-Ml'ST VAX i !     .   CpWISOWAX   KOfiPITAL i.TIlK  STKAWWORRt  1'LANTATION  XK\V WESTMINSTER. April  21-'-  His Honor Judge Ho way hen hande-'  :down judgment in favor of fhe'ojni:,.  i'iff. for tho.amount asked. $7-10.So  jwit'h cost's, in-, the    caso pr Mio M-'-val  jsColuroVif-'ri"    -HosdHrI ������������������ nRuinai "   fh*-  .tMU.nicipality qf Matsqui      The a~-i3-  ���������*on ip regarded as    ono*of  -.-.inK'vr.'.r.'  :"Jbl������ importance to.   the"- tnunirim.i-  ���������itiefi'-and may be appealed.    Mr.    Q  E. Martin acted for the hasnltal    nu<i  .;Mr. Whit'ssida for "the difendar.:. "  I:    The oaes iu one in which Matsqui  j.refused to pay the   hospital   bill    ���������>(  -John Edward Hopkins, who came   to  ���������the hospital    from    Mats-qui, on.   th**  ground ,   that, the    man is-   really, a  'iDalta resident, although he had been  V.n a lengthy visit to a sister and had  ���������f tayed ia    Matsqui for'   more    than  i/hr-v*; "mo'ntJis"'immediately   prior   to  >nterinff-tlie hospital.    It was urged j  ithat   this was    merely .a    temporal--  ^habitation   and     did   riot     oonstitu'  ���������residence within the meanin-? of th-  ���������act.    His honor, however,  expressed  Ftho viow that the object of the Logis-  ;lature v/aa to enable the hosptial to  recover, without   the   necessity   of  a  lengthy investigation, and  that it h  entitled    to act   on a   rule-of-thumb  and collect from -the munic'nal.'ty f-  which the patient had been livin-i for  more than thirty days.  GO AFTER.IT  Most people get what    they   -/'ire  .aftPiv"   The reasons.for..- the. failure-  ;!is that they don't go. after everything  jln nearly every case, the spirit ba<*-'-  ">f a man's efforts is reflected in the  ireflultfl he obtains.v  And    none of us  ;**re ab^e to Judge the success of    our  fellow    men.    Possibly   this   one or  .'.hat one may not seem to us to hav*  ���������-chieved very great success, but hie  '���������'���������unii-le station,may be the station ir-  ���������went after.    Perh-aps he realizes th.-.-i  .hero he can gain the greatest.hnpui-  ������������������efis for bim/^'f   <������nd be of-the-grea'  at good to others/  RrL.LING\S BECOMES  MANAGER OF PAPKK  Owing to the eafgnation of R.    CI.  .Marshall art editor and manager    o!  Tho     Standard-Sentinel,     reorganization of tho staff tiers    taken''   place.  i,On May 1st. M. D.    Billings . will n-?-  j.sunie the  position  of manager,  and  < has engaged C. L. Hunt, late of Ihe  : Vancouver Gun staff, as editor.    Mr.  jBillinge is well known in Kara loops  and has had many years    experience  in the newspaper    business    Doth in  thin province    end    .elsewhere.     Mr.  Hunt is   expected to"   arrive In    firofly   tomorrow   morning,���������Kami oops  f'liindard-���������Sentinel.  \*!j ���������. >������������������! iiMiiiyMijjjim wiuMijMmMj  uMMfal  22T&2*2&!l!!e& rZ!!!������!!!S!&!^  Cm%  OUT  THE   C'tT-OUT  'Promi?I. action by the authorities if,  .needed., to stop Ihe cut-out nuisance  on our streets.  i     Evidently many of the trucks and  pleasure cars here are equipped with  cut-outs and there are lots of drivers  quite ready to use them.,That means  .they go roaring    along, the    streets  making no.much noise that sidewalk  .pedestrians, cannot carry on  a  con-  i'versatlon without shouting.  I     There is no necessity for tho    use  lot a cut-f'/  ,-u ���������?, :eTel rosd and the  j time'-has r- ... ^ ly put on end to this  nuisanof-.  j When the fuchsia wat* first offer-  led. for-.-i.aJo in England very umall  ������i������!aats- stiJd  fc-r 6ver  $5 each.  [ Vrrialcrer elg������ is neglected, one  .should Hot fail to start n strawueri-y  plantation during the spring. Any  fairly dry area will .grow suawjjer1-  ries. The-ground chould be one on  which, writer wiib.nol stand duriu'g  the winter to form ice.  -   Manure at  the rate of ten  to fifteen toiici per, acre    may be    applied  and .plowed    under,  or  even     more  may    be    used to    advantage    if n'o  other fertliiders are to bo'used.    It  is usually  considered   wise  to .apply  | f������ve hundred pounds of a <l-8-4  fertilizer  per   acre.     That   is*   one  containing 4. per cent of nitrogen, 8 per  cent  of phosphoric  acid   ar,id   4   per  cent of potash.    Plo.wever. iir the soil  Is in good fertility this is not necessary and manure    alone    may be all  that  is    necessary.    AH     fertilizers  should"dje- scattered   broadcast,   and  harrowed  in.  Thorough preparation of the soil  by plowing and working deeply is  advisable. The land" is finally levelled with a smoothing harrow and  tho plants set in rows three and a  half feet apart and fourteen inches  apart in a row.. Closer planting ia  .unnecessary and does 'not permit of  easy cultivation between tho rows  and opportunity of picking without  tramping on the vines.  The planting is done by pushing  a spade into the soil, pressing it  to one side and dropping a plant  with roots" spread fan-shape into the'  level soil and pressing the earth  firmly around the plant with the  heel or some other way, and finally  levelling with loose earth around"  the crown of the plant. This is  quickly done." The importance of  pressing the soil firmly around the  plant is very great and the plant  should; be sufficiently firm, so that  If the plant is pulled by a leaf the"  ������eaf will break before tho plant will  pull not. Only young plants should  pull out. Only young plants should  be set; that is, plants of the pevious  season's    growth. The     planting  should be done early, in fact, tlie  earlier the better. Much of -the  failure with strawberries is due to  late planting-. This is a job fh:<f,  can be done in the ealv spring, the  sooner the plant becomes established  the earlier the formation of runner  plants", and the earlier these runner  plants! form, the larger and better  developed are the crowns, without  which.strong stall��������� of well-formed  fruit  are  impossible.  The'Rummor cultivation should  ha  shallow  to." kill   weeds  and   form     a  loose surface in which (.lie plant c������n  .root without'difficulty.    An tho runners   develop   the   cultivator   should  | be 'narrowed,   so   that  the   runnera  jaro not distributed . after they commence to form plaiiis end. great'care-  is: .-necessary  to avoid  disturbing th������  plants at    this    time.    Some-of    the  ] runners may  be    shifted ������'give    a  more    even     distribution  of    nlnnfR  along the row, and some hand  hoeing    will    be    necessary to    prevent  , weeds from growing later.  'ft is. wise to plan for *a new plantation .every   year,   as  it  is   difficult  to   keop   weed?   under   control     the  .secondjyear without hand hoeing.  |_   it will be found, that the Senator  Duiilap  ;s  one of 'the best  varieties  .to-plant.    HloHsoms* are likely to do-  ivelop on (he spring set plants    and  flieee  should -.ha   removed   to .throw  all  energy  into  the developmAnt  of  runners as early as possible.  ~������h;  ���������>*  (RSinsansnaBiBBnomsmoa  raranenRffinnrassBi ���������&���������?;���������  I  That the best of Meats can be purchased at this Store  .  We select our Beat' with intelligence: .tbatV-why one  of our roasts ma.ke such a. fine meal.  '    Try one of pur prime roasts, and be convinced.  : ��������� WHITE &CARMICHAEL  B.   0.   Phone -41.  Farmers' Phone  19 0')  ��������� Abbotsford, "B.C.  (Late   Taylor   &   Humphrey)  B.'C. Land Surveyor and  .Civil Engineer  Room 0 .Hart.   Block,   Chilliwack  Box ' 4:*:*. fc-HILMsVACK  ��������� GIBSON & IRVINE  AIUJOTSFORD,  B.  C.  BUI LDINCJ     CONTRACTORS  Estimates Free ,  ���������First^OIiw-B   Work   6!uarunteod  usiness  Tiicy. give you. greater mileage, more power  and smooth running motor.  We can equip any make of car from our slock  -���������vour monev refunded if not satisfied. Come  cars and talk it over. /  We have a good line of ���������-������������������new and second-hand  cars, some real snaps.  DONE -IN ABBOTSFORD  AND DONE RIGHT  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 all car owners and  one reason we can guarantee our work is because  our workers are all mechanics.  We , are handling the . Gregory Tire���������Home  Grown and Hand Picked which we guarantee to  satisfy the customer.  Don't forget our Specialties:  LATHE-WORK, -  ACETYLENE- WELDING AND CUTTING  OVERHAULING arid ��������� RE-CHARGING OF  BATTERIES  ELECTRIC.MOTORS   INSTALLED   AND  RE-WOUND  We guarantee all our work /o. be Satisfactory.  Abbotsford Garage & Machine Shop  Limited  -   Pkoae, B. e. 7        ABBOTS!0?t������) B...C-       Farmers 1918  kl  Burr.  BARRISTERS and  SOLICITORS  y  LAW OFFICE  c  OPJBN   EVJERY   FlUDAY  AHKOT8IWKI),   H.   G.  1  .  <  ���������i  Lard, 3's ' .:.- ,- ���������-.: "? -75  Raspberry and Strawberry Jams ._,,  and Marmalade, a tin  ,.... 95  Ketchup, large bottle, ..' : -    .-25  J>. C. Spring'Salmon, 4 tins  -.25  Royal East Cake  ���������..., -. : 05  'Bulk,Tea, a lb - , 49  ALBERT LEE,  Baker  and Grocer  yflmimM**iuiWA.uamm\upqrT*+*'im*'m'm'a*WJ'L  ���������W-CTCTJMWJMUWMUl  OS  ~������ wi*.������������������ ���������jiiiiiiigiMi 5S  !.. E.  Curries a Stock of  Wall Paper  AND  Paints  AI'.BOTSFORD,  i  A T. N. T. Explosive of-great strength,  safety ancl freedom from noxious fumes  No Headaches  Take advantage of the   Goveriimenl    refund ol'  $2.50, up io ten cases of powder, and blow  your slumps  Insurance of all kinds "  , NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  HEAL, ESTATE���������Money to Loan on Good Farm Mortgages  cCallura  Abbotsferd .  :n  ~v Advertisements under  heading' cost 2.-> cents  Leave copy..-and. money  ���������jotsford Garaga.  the    a������bovo.  per    issue-  at  The Ab-  Euy Your Goods At  IMPROVEMENT   LY   TjUMIIER  MAI iKET  IS  LOOKKD FOR  YALE ROAD  DISCUSSED  Tlie report that the Department of.  Public  Works  at  Victoria  had     de  cided  not to  proceed with  the work'Rack of the workshop's  clamor  HUNTINGDON, B- G.  .      '.',',.  THE COUNTRY STORE .  witfc 'the CITY /SERVICE  I NEED YOUR BUSINESS  Farmers'* Phone 1203 -      ��������� '  NEWSPAPERS  REFUSE  I'RIXTEH.S* 5>TSMAM:>8  'REOINA. Sask., April   ,29.���������At    a  special    meeting of tho    board of .-directors of tho Loader Publishing Co.  publishers'    of    the    Mornrlrfg  I KUILOjrilUiim  WILL ffRANSMrT  uquor in' post  OTTAWA, April 3.0.���������-Proyislous-  tor the transmissiio-; of intoxicating  iiquors hy parcel pest'between points  cumstance.s,"I.n in ado*-in', a notice gazetted this .week.!  The notice    states that the ppreol.  ���������Most regulation    horrthy    prohibiting  transmission   of   intoxicating   liquor  1 post Is modifled'so that   in  Ltd..  Leader and Reglna Daily Post' cal led   fn uprovince, u;ndor presc;-fb'*'fl    oir  to consider the demands of    p'rlti/ ovr  for. . increased     pay    and       drr s( io  cha.ngc-s in    working    condition-*1.   ,3t  was decided -that under no conditions  would  the demands of the  men    ho  acceded tq^ind that in the event of a / ,1���������"!S  strike being declared on  May  1, th*  '"���������v "rm  Plant would  be shut down and    the   ! "Li,,  publications  of newspapers  suspend'  ed, single page news bulletins    on)'  being issued morning and evening' '  Tlie employing job printers of tV e  .city have also unanimously agreed. / to  .���������refuse-to concede any .advance .In ��������� lv  though     willing to    accept  hour week ta the present ho'    ,,.  ol. wages. ���������'-'  "Lumber.'prices are at the bottom   " CASH   GR0C3R  and   from   now   on- an   improve mesai  .11 the situation can be looked    Xot."  This     opinion     was. ��������� expressed,     by j -> SURPAC*r\G OP  -i    .prominent lumberman       ofliaAK������ sujuau.^ w  Lhe Fraser River, when discussing  Mie situation as it __affects the mi 12s  in the vicinity of New Wesmiuster  "Last, month was the " turn of the  tide and from impressions I have received from , other logging owners  and loggers] we are going to see an  improvement, even though it may be  slow," stated this same mill    owner.'  The tariff on Canadian shingles  which has been postponed untui November, will not hurt British Columbia milts so badly as 'at first  thought, it now appears. Ninety pe:  cent of the high grade clear shingles  are manufactured in this province  while    American  mill     owners    are  and are being sold at the s-rne-price .-actually decided upon. In anv ens-**  asking for srr-onds. Tt \y:2i simply :as Dr. King, to'inistcr of Public  mean lhat the American customer "Works, expects to f.eave on a vacating  will have to assume the fi"teo-i*. per .-shortly and high water will so~**  '���������ent increase* In the ta-iff. which -place un obstacle.in the v.v>v ���������**���������  "ustom is sure fn . ra ���������'<*���������*��������� a storm of] easily securing the1 needed gravel,  nr^f.^t Pnf1 !r i|Tf���������iy tp place many fete, it was Telt that there is ro tirm  congressional' representatives cn\ th-o|to losei before tailing uction to onsiiro  anxious seat when protests bngin tojobtai'aiijg Government nssistp-i'-e  arrive from their respective districts, f this all  important  undertaking  fh-U  Among the logging operatives an  optimistic feeling ovists fiat time*  are under v^ay to commence a bigger cut than that which is now boin.gr  brought out.  Th������ nresont flv in the ointment is  (he high cos's of foodstuffs. v/|i'c-*������  show little, Inclination to comr  down. Wages have been reduced to  a -satisfactory level, but Ihe cost of  operating cnnip cookhouses is still  r*r.'o'*s--ry,   iiltliough   a   cut   in  . ��������� OF GROCERIES   c"  Those are busy times   but we   hope   to   start  building next week.  A.G.ANDREWS  AUBOTSrORD,    K.   C.  THE THINKER  Bacl  By   Burton   Braley  of the beating hammer  By which  the steel is wrought,  Tlie seeker may find  the thought,  The thought that is.ever master  Of iron and stev.m'and steel, -  That   rises  above   disaslor  And tramples it uaih-r hoe!  of 3iard    surfacing    the    Yale    Road  from Sardis to Rosedale was brought  to/ the    attention of    the    Board    ot  Trade at 3 p.m. oh Saturday and to  i'nvite th.6 members of the Municipal  Council  to  attend.    Tire   meeting  is  called for the purpose of seeing wh.,t jThe drudge may fret and tinker,  '/steps can be taken to get the Depart-1     Or labor with lu:*!y blows;  mentlo reconsider the matter.    The j But back ot him  stan.ls 1 ne rbmLcr,  ���������reasons   for   the reported     abandon-1"    The clear-eye-! man win kiuivs.  ment of the projected Work are    not  For-in each plow or s.ibro  iknown  and  some  doubt was  expres-1     *<ach piece and part nn-l ���������������������������.bole  Sed as to whether this step had been   Must go to the ora.iu nt Inbt.r  Which gives th-3 w-jrk of a so.ul!  Back of the motor's humming,  Pnr>  of the  b-**i'.s that sin.-j.  Back of tlie hammer <������������������ dm mm ���������!*':,  Back of the cranes lhat swing,.  There is the eye which scans thorn.  Watching      through     stress    and  strain,  There is the mind which plans them-  Dack of the brawn, the bra in I  means so .much for the future prosperity of the valley and sav'trr to  the farmers and others who have to  [travel on (his highway.��������� Progress.  menu, is not contemplated.  TEACHER'S FAULT  the  province in which act    has been '--won't come to skule because^he^  The Abbo*t.sl'ord Band is going lo  Mission City- on May 24th", for their  May day. 1'Jie band boys jil? o.-poct  (0 have thcii' new uniforms" 2-������d 'i  clean shave.-.  /  iy  l0 -5.4-  rz-te  Lo'ok out that tho xr ,'" , ,^u  '-ake use of your nap- ���������instrels clon "*  day night.  .e next Wednes-  A    school   teacher-    received    the  following    note:     "Dear    Madam���������  Please excus my    tommy    today, lie  , .-  -   -ile because he    is  passed     providing  that     delivery of  acting as timekeeper for his falher  intoxicants Bhall be made by a gov-  and it is your fault   U gave him a ex:- fwhere  eminent    ���������  commission     by     parcel   ample, if a field is' 5^  miles    around  nost, parcels  containing intoxicating  how long wilPit take a man walking,  liquors. ha*\-led in at any post office  three and one-half miles per hour <o  in the said province by tlie said com-  walk     two    and     one-fourth     tinvr-  mission may be    accepted for trans-  around it?   Tommy ain't a man so -wie  mission to any"place    within the said  sent his father.    They    went   -early  province, with  the  proviso    that    a   this morning,'and    father will  waFJr  parcel of liquor, so posted cannot bo  around the field and tommy will tint*-  redirected to any place    outside tlie   him,  but phase  don't give    my bev  province.      Parcels are    required to  such    examples    agin,    because    my  conform to the parcel    post    regula-   husband must go to work every day  tiovs as to sixo and dimensions. .to support his family,"  A writer in. tho Farmers" aTas'-i-  "ino anya o'f the. i-ountry weekly.. tl:at  rthere is njo newsp.aper deserving bsi-  "er at the hands 061' tho farmer.' Thn  country weekly as -a rule "gives Veil  Might of the roaring1 brdlor.  I     Force of  the engine's   thrust,  Strength of the sweating toiler,  Greatly  in   these  we   trust. ���������  But back of (hem sln-<''q ti-'- ������^i">"-^������  Tho thinker who drlws the things  through;  Back  of  the  Job���������M19 dr-'fimor,  i     Who's making    the  'dre.un-  come  } true!  VICTORIA   CARARETS  WILL   BE  REGULATED  vrr-rn^fA.'    April     ?n ��������� Habor-^t  fairly,   and   lmpartZs'illy  the  news" of entertainers    Avill be    forbidden    to  the rffsitrict, and tho   most of us o<we   "mix"  with  patrons if recornmenda-  more to their wise-publicity than u-! "0I;.S ^eed  upon  by Iho Board    of  ,,w  ,      ���������  ��������� ,       -,       . Police   Commissioners  are  approved  LmuK.   i*here may be a-few instance-j ^y tlie Qjty council/  these     pa,pers are    rami-am !     other clauses inserted in the draft  counter to the besf; interests of    Che of tho new Cabaret By-law by    the  farmers, but su/ch a course will. <rsu  long be possible to a solvent 3ju9 ���������  iness.  The things  people   wnnt  to   !cnr/;.v  aro usually nono of their business.  Sirloin,  rounded.  'steak  's  good served  sur-  ;with   fried   apples.  ... <- ������������������ ��������� 1  commissioners prevent girls under  twenty from going to cabarets: force  cabarets., to close at midnight, with  half an hour allowed to clear the  house: impose a fine of $100 to  i$n00 for every infraction of the bylaw with cancellation of the license  to follow second conviction, and for-  .bld the employment of female entertainers under twenty-one years of  "ago.     ,  t ' ' '"  I;  ���������*msm,

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