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 T^WT������4Sr.. ������������������������>���������.-v.V^oVi  iJEwiiJBsri^^  ^^^T^S^Msfrm ..'.K.w-^^":^--'^"^-��������� - ���������"-- ^i^bnsp-:'*^ -t-  '*r  > 5������  Iff  SAY 3 (���������  , With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  rrrr  Vol.. XXJX, No. 3  ./j  ; "\BB'6a\SFOHD;>3, C.   FKIUAV, MAY'27. 1921.  $ 1. C;0. PER   YEAK  PERSONALS'-  IS Ccl  in a  Lo .'in opportunity ("oi  gOOU  in vest men I  i>.  aleni  Water Faucet.  6V//7 c.'/ ///r Abbotsford Garage and see it  dcmonslralcd.  I\Irs.     Green  ol'    Wharwhoop  and  i Mrs:   McCnlliini   ol'   Langley   Prairie  en  menling oil;.'-  Sa'l urda>v that    im-1 worn the gnosis of Mrs. Coogan    on  Wednesday   and   Thursday.  ire   Chief   Carlisle   of   Vancouver  ���������'on- j iim.l   party spout Vieloria  Day at (liu  on i Ikiiik'i of Air. and Mm. N. Pock.     ,    ,  Mrs. Seotvold and daughter, Mario,  or Tacoma.,   were  lho guests of Mrs.  Mf-riowfin    for   May    Day.  Thc Misses Jcanic and .Jessie  Anderson, of JJelliii.glta.ih,-, formerly  of Abholsf'ord, spent May day with  her   friend   Miss   Margaret   Smith.  Mr. and Mrs. Akuiuon a.nd family  of Mission City and Mrs. .Clarence.  McCallum were visitors hero for May  Day.  Mrs'.  W'ooler,  Lyndon, visited   Mrs.  Mrs.      Robcrls      last  I rai'lfn's  I'* read, I In; cpijncil agreed (o work  in coiijuuol ioiv with J\lr. Carncross  in repairing l.b'e farm road west I.o  (he   0 km more i'ami.  Messrs. .1. DoJ,\'iies, Pat Conroy and  (\ Ohrisliansoirlia vo lioe.n appointed  fence viewers. 'jTho Council had bo-  I'ore I limn a, number nl" complalnls  in regard to unlawful fon*"es. One  creeled 'by Mr. ������������������('���������niick.sli;uiks in the  vicinity of Clay-imrn, another .by Mr.  Stevenson, wlio/j-aid'llia.1  ho, was shul  day   in    Vancouver. .  Mr. S. Hoothroyd of Surrey Con-  fro has been visiting his sister,-Mrs.  CJco.   Wright.  Mr. and Mrs. D. McGillivray ��������� of  Vancouver' spent Uic week-end wiUi  Mr.   and   Mrs.   J.   Vanetta.  Mr. Arthur Walwyn. Evans of (lie  Chautauqua, gave a very inl.cre.si ing  talk (n the pupils, of I he Abbotsford  Superior School ou Tuesday uioiii-  ing.  The Odd-l''olIovvH of the Eraser  Valley held a very enjoyable picnic  at Veddar -Crossing on' Victoria,  Day.  WELCOME    IIK.'IL   WATEK  | w    "^������*>i-*j ������*^n-������i>-i  in  by a  fence creeled  by Mr.  Mishop. j Mouldcy   and  liolh   fencer, | wcc,|c.  .    ,., ..    ,  ,     The r'.oi.in"il i       ���������,,   ������������������ Jja'sr            "-'   -           ���������-'       M'  sansaacaBSBBBSSBB  ccrr;Maa������i-^������twa3s=asisaa-<i  Abbotsford Auction Mark  ,ei  Tho   council ������������������ ordered  to bo .PUI back mi place.  . a nMinri:/,(,v.l iba( a hMt.er lie  /rit ton lo tbe-.'indian agent asking  Ilia! a fence on-Die Indian reserve lie  put .back- in i to "'proper- p'-ice.  Al the S'imec;-, iii;>.',| j.'ig. Mr. John  0.1don was npiijjiuled pound-l<ooper,  Iio''sps oJilv 'foi'iho Gifford  dislricf.  Tho     following,   road   allol I menls  ;^.;*..,-,���������.���������._���������l'.^.^J3yfi.rX llikvf' .Saturday..at.jL. ������. ,j.ii.  ���������      '. STARTING SATURDAY, MAY'28th, 1921.  i-d?  VI  .OKOVSi  ���������AUCTIONEER  Office ext McPhee's Stable  P. 0. Box 94  Kelvin   MclsV.n/.io .of   Aldergrove was a visitor in  town  Friday.  .Miss TUclnin Cassjdy and" . Miss  Marjory Nay lor of Mnrrayville, also  Miss Pcrl.lia Colter of.Langley Fori,  spent M:iy Day willi Miss Kvolvn  McMenemy.  ._         A1<"-   Douglas  Fowl or of Vancouver  were made:   !^fM������H   uoad  $ 2.". 0;  c-il-  'S|)RI1'- ���������������������������"-��������� week-end     with  bis grand-  ^ii^litrt;^>(<^-:jl^o^oO:'-i:ii.H(5-^r..(); ^arcnle, Mr. and Mrs. D.-.lj Weather-  "Eaylon   road   $f,0:   Fore  $200:   liar- i 1}C*-  ris SHOO:   general  repairs If I 100 and '        .^ Do"y     Damson  of    Langley  f������.tii:il'-Jf)!ics' mad   Sinn. ''ii!no  WJ1S  (-'"c, guest-of Miss  Elsie  A by-law to extend'the borrowing M(;?!iee ������������ May Day.  powers of tho council to $���������!,?.000  ��������� >--ir, rej-ul a firr.t time. The sum of  | :?2"i.000 has already been borrowed.  j Complaints on the condition of the  . Township  lino read in   Ward  3  west  VKDDAIt MOUNTAIN, May 2d.���������  Young wild duckling have been seen  on Ihe sloughs during the past wok,  and now. willi the rising of flic lake,  ducks are now swimming where  sbnrlly before (here was green  nicadow grass. Peuces are now  standing deep in .water, and tlie  hike was rising rapidly on Sunday.  Tin.' present high water is welcomed  by the farmery, who in -jomc eases'  an j breaking up addilional acreages'.  They now reckon (hat the flood will  come now for tlie year and be soon  over. .Inno fi has seen very high  wafer on (he prairie-in bygone years,  au d .-th c - G^v&ri enw -juj ay. 1 >.o ��������� repeated .������  Manure is being shipped in carloads from jVortpn to. the hopyards  at  .Sardis. ' *      .        '  of Ihe CrlnnnVore school   were rccciv-  EBttSEBCSaSBBl  M!tS., THOMAS  SOJjLOWA V  (From  Uic  I-'raspr  Valley  lliy.ou'i)  At the residence of her son, Colin.  .; <?d   l';-om   Mr.   Charles     Chrislianson  i ind, Mr   Nels A'niond.  LOCAL and DISTRICT  The Abbotsford     Band played    al  SPMCJ.-XIi   KMKVJCMS   OiY   8UXDAY  l\   CfJAl'TAUQUA    TEXT  ��������� ,, ,.       o������iin���������,n,-'ru������fi  --.f fhp   Mission City on Victoria Day where  Solloway   Mrs. Sollowa>   died ^   uy;       ^ q from the    cUiMn8    q1  advanced    age-ol  &!    >ca   .    SI c is , Chautauciua's   last  survived    bv five    sons    and    tniee |  daughters- "  Leonard    Solloway    of   clay in Abbotsford.    The programme  Vancouver   and   Alfred   Solloway   of   for   that  clay   will   be   good.  fn   the  Vancouver arc well-known engineers  of the Canadian Pacific Railway;  Frederick and Colin Solloway of  Mission Oily; Owen Solloway of  Summcrland, are the surviving sons.  Mrs. J. A. Calhcrwood, of Mission  City, Mrs. Maurice Marsden of Vancouver and Mrs. J. C. Stewart also  of Vancouver, are the surviving  daughters'.  Mr Thos. Solloway died on May 19  1006,'just 15 years ago. Mr. and  Mrs. Solloway came to Mission' City  via the Union Pacific, through Portland, .by stage and steamboat _ to  Victoria, thence up thc Fraser River  in March,, 18SG, to the home they had  selected, the N. E. Quarter Section  28 Tp. 17. They were pioneers in  the vicinity and were always' held in  high esteem by their neighbors. Mrs.  afternoon the Scotch-Canadian  Concert, and in thc evening the concert again and also carloons' by L"*i1.1.  Parker.  MORN: To Mr. and Mrs. G. O.  Brown of Abbotsford, a daughter.  BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. Allan  Hill-Tout,   a   daughter.  On Sunday the St. Matthew's  Church and the Presbyterian services will be held in the Chautauqua  tent. Afternoon service at 300 p.  m. and evening service at-7.00 p.m.  Addresses will be given by Rev.  Win.   Robertson  and  Rev.   Rowe.  Solloway was      buried  on    Monday,  May   23rd,   from  All   Saints   Church,  A? 'bo Olmilaii'iua unsocial ion lias  no programme for iSunday. May 20  and in accordance with their sugaes  tion the religious forces of Abbotsford and district - have arranged'  { union services in their lent for the  j aflernoon and evening. As Ibal is  Ihe Canadian "Go-fo-Sunday-school"  day and, as the provincial government  has also recommended that this' Sunday should be specially observed 'for  the purposes suggested, arrangements have been mads for a grand  rallv of Sunday school scholars and  feaclio.rs in the Chautauqua tent at  ���������i p.m.. when the printed programme prepared by the Religious Education Council of Canada will be used  The rubisct of tho pT.f,"',Hmp if  "For God and the Land We Love,"  and is a mose excellent one. A large  audience   is   expected.     The   Sunday  school  orchestra,    will   be in     atten-  i  Services will  be held in St.  Math-  Mrs. Harkness spent the week-end,     _...���������_���������  ��������� 0 11W1U ���������. ,,,.   iniiU1.  vL V,6.1' da,?ghter' Mrs- Campbell of lew's Anglican Church at Abbotsford  New Westminster. j every Sunday night at-7.30.    Rev   T.  Mi. and  Mrs. Olding    spent Taos-   E.   Rowe,'vicar  :auum ������. - ui MnaLn*..������c������><i,CTw-.m^TrigM an i g ,i n|h! i, yMTBnuraum jiiuLmTOTiiaiii]uiiuij������i.uaiii  Wc arc making jj par-lieu la rly large showing of  Ladies' and Children's Straw Hals. " Styles for all  ages. You will be agreeably surprised at the low  prices.    .  r-g���������i  which she and her husband had been  danc<~    For the evening, in the tent.  at 7.30, a    special    programme    has  instrumental   in   building   20  ei go.  years  uarts  mis  2 5 cents  ee  J: J. SPAHRO W  been arranged which will take the  form of an evangelistic * meeting,  when well-known popular hymns will  be sung with a union choir leading,  and addresses will be given by Rev  T. E. Rnwn. ;uul 1?nv. "r. Rob"*ion  Everybody will be welcome and a  croat   union   meeting   is   anticipated  I ennis  lothing  Men's While Duck   Trousers,    While   Tennis  Shirts, Bells, light Underwear and Tennis Shoes.  I!ES!DUNCE  IS (JUTTED  HUNTINGDON, May 2<r.���������M'r.: L.  V. Kenny had the 1'iisforD'ne to have  !ii<; i-'������s!ilencn. gulled by fire o)\ Saturday night. l!o was able to save  most of his household effects and  evnii tlir-i window's and doore icpi-p  ���������noyllv Ra>-nd. Ml*. Kynnyjis the well  known poultry rancher whose farm  lies about.I wo miles east of Ilunting-  flpn. The pronerty is roaliy owned  bv bis fai.lmr. -Mr* (',. C-. .Kenny, but.  Mr. L. V. K.eniiv has been in sharge  for a long period.  '1'lu* A.bbol.aford- b-ind played  many selections at the May Day iu  Mission  City ou  the  2 4th, and    are  getting  some   real  class.  Best Quality Pure Strawberry Jam  90c  Marmalade   $-)C  String Beans, 2 for 'j~)C  Dried Peaches, a lb 9)c  S/iclli/'s Bread fresh daily  We close a I "7 .o'clock each night except Saturday.  We Uavc'n prompt cleUvory service'  ItC  Limited  THE STORE OF QUALITY  11.   O.   Phono,   4  DM  Fanners'   Phone   1007 or  \  fcAGSTWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ���������    THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday  .J. A..BATES, Editor and-Proprietor       '  Member, of tho Canadian Weekly    Ncwspapera'    Association.  ���������ex  HARD SURFACING OF  YALTO IU)A1) DTSOUSSKD  The reporl. llial. Die DnpiirLmoiil, of  Public Works al. Victoria, had decided not lo proceed with Ihe work  of hard .surfacing the Yale ��������� L'oad  from Hard is to Royeclulo was brought  lo Ihe attention of Ihe Hoard of  '���������"'���������,'w.le al   .".  p.m. on' -f-'alunlay. a.nd to  invile (.lie inenilieri- of ihe Municipal   |     ]L$ W^   A   F| y  iVinn-il   lo  ailend.     The  mooting  i'.'' f.    &\Xi~J.F\}L-r   1  *,  WITH  ���������    'downlho ri>niu'iv.vnr(WMil;i!ivo 1'l'^,",i;  rJ;"  jvh.h'I.mI    .iiniiM.-.i-'i  *:i(:i0.-s      ,   ,,     ' , ,*',,        w.i.   .,p m-".it  el   Mm> pr.\|.-<>icd  worn, are    r M.   I  .,   a(. (ho rocenl cior.uc.ii.     wsK . I. |.no.s:i .uu] R.,M1(, f(u;il)|  ���������..��������� (V,pi. ,s  ���������       ....     n'i.,1    ni>    mv/t    lli.-i    civ'ii!    .'S.M    (!'iO  i    ...i,..ii i.j..  r.i....   i,.,.i   i.......  FRIDAY,  MAY   27,   I !I2!  ,  . ���������, of:! leu for'(he imrpos.! of la'cing wb. '  *'' " ~"     ���������:*'!'��������� '  " ������������������ ' '   '       '"*'   '' ���������  slops van  lw I a Icon to get ihe Dopn :!  To the Grea't   Queen,  whose, nieniory   \\i\\\   id   jL'.Ol   C-VOII      for     1111 * 11 i 11 fJV nienl   lo recous''der l1..- inaKcr.    TV-;  .   Keep   we alive to-day  To the 0real"Queen, whose gn  Liiahloa us (o say; > . (.-  Tlu"Flag, (he Flag. Cod  bless'ii "    Wl'.D   f'.'O   OV'.T   UK!   IVIUi   vll   I.H" .-,..<!  -j..- (,> whether this step luid been  , Thai waves'! he Sown Seas,       'iiui'ili side ol' (li<>  [���������'Yiisyv  l\iv'M' ��������� a-'Lnu'lv  ilrH  The   l-'liig   fhiil   (,oiif|U'.,|-.',d   prune" !>  'Jbe. battle and  the hioe/c.        ['     vVr-.-,u   ������.,���������   nrilTY   voir.'   hu'---1' v'"01"'"t;!  (V-,; * <������ Uv.vc pn :i ������:i.-:i.f.  TO   the   Great   Queen,   whose   Fmpire ���������      ^''^l   > *->������   '������������������'������������������ l J    > l)n-    "u" i*|,���������f!ij   ;,n,|     iPiihwe.ier     will    ,.-,..      j  sljind.'S 'band a;;'Miu? is Ihe (lUQ'SllO'.l L'Ril. plii.v ,-.;i     *������D-**:n-lr.  in      ihe     w:y     *.''  Above Ihv world, loda;,; '-reels   lis   no.-.rlv   (.wrrv   d;*.v'   iVi ';"';iy,  ^'curini:   !!.���������������   ..eP,]������;(i   grav.d  In   honest'  pride  her ��������� .Dm .-Ji! .���������;��������� leu \.\     '������������������     ��������� ,.      . ,.      ' ���������>;. ���������������!'���������.!.   v. :��������������������������� M,   -.--.;>(  I In-r.. u*. imi I i'-i ���������  Cnlo her memory pray." ''i"' ������*Ti t il i' ��������� * IKi&Vtf oi soilliM'l. <>i'; i,. p.... i��������� : ,|.. cMmr, nei ion (*> e.n^en*  A  HELP A  ;US1NESS  With Undo reviving, every reliance may be plaewl on the  whedier ihis sl(>p hi>.d bcci | t,-,,,���������,.(..,r xv|ll4.",, iH KUch ., ��������� fiictor .in industrial ' development.  rfhledupo.il. In imy cr--..- I ,���������.,,",,,,, (-(,|nnii,is, is particularly fortunate, in that telephone  Vl,':: ..! ,' "1'/....'.. ..." I     lin.-*!.   radiaie from    all the   principal    cities lo all   points,' wo   that,  iislant   means   of conmuiniciil ion    arc -always   available.  And  to  the Flag.  God* blei-'s  iC cvt'h;ni1-uvtf.   II   is directed  a I   hi- <>i������:>iii<e.",  lin-vr-mie-it. a.-wisi-nee    in .j  That stands for Truth au-1 Right du*s who like (o    speculate , on ,l'i':  l !l   ������������������������������������l>������-"l������i;l. 'undorlal-.iug  tlmi   h  Thc  Flag that never  lowered yet ,vir,,   , hc��������� inj.,lu (|0 jIS     <,.-vi;.iu i',':.',!'i s"  ,,",'h  V."'���������   "'    '"'"���������' '"T   !  To insult  or -iffrii-iil '    llllf-*ul  m'  '"    J*"'11' nv.lv ol   Hie     \;illey  nud.S'iving     lo   3  iii     ������iul        4{ol:/nri  Goodch.ik' matrimoii ial  I'Ollt lll';'OiU-l<"S.   i(im -ii-  farm<M*s and oMiy-i's  who  have  D'   P  The duplieiile submarine between Point Grey and Nanaimo was.  laid this mouth, doubling facilities for telephoning between Ihe  mainland and- Vancouver Island. New long .distance linos hnvo  |.....j| pom ou Vaueouvei'Lila.'-.! r.'w! i hroughout (he lower Fraser  VaMey, both imrMi .-.ud sent Ii of 11, c river.' Very ��������� few applications  are unlilled I������������������"(���������:-,m;e ol lack of facilities, s?o (bat the telephone,  rlwuvs    t.'iken     (or    gvaulcd. ,  will-not    fail    you.  Once a^ain lia've we eolobr.'j-  Wliv  should  a  WOUI.'ill     wai'tt  to   'ravel  on   (his  highway. ~ Pr<;gre:-  J   fHUTiSIf COtAJiinUA   TELEPHONE'Co.  m:iitv !):.���������-[��������� husb.-ind ;i;;:!inY Anil  trni UjiMiirnjory ol our Iv.nj.iroK woul;(n-(   j,-,,,, ;isv!vV>-;trd  if y.\u<  w--i>.nvy>v,:?:v iv l^m;f:u  greatest    <iueeu---Vic(OPi:i    l\w ,,..,,,U].,    (o  u,an.y    ,0UU.U:u., ':������������������  ('oocl- iclso's- husband?  i'ersoisilly. w?  ' I^���������-:v^'c,"^ ttut*upeirs  Y.ixxrtrmi&y*vmms3MveiGrtrnt*im**3  .  VM\KKV  IS   I.U(iM*;il   i.<\}H , "  .'-**'>^*V-^^N-"'  ''   TVirro   TM.ii   nn(   iitmiv   who   /In " ',''.,'        "iuiub.'r   prn-i.'s are   a!   ihe   |..*!'ni,ili \r. y k.   ���������i'i   '      ���������,. ������^  lhac ait no   many -ho do (hinki .fr(nn  ,vha(   NV(1  know- ol ;im)   r..(im ^ ^ ^; Vy rn    AtKmSOn  aot.-know what the significance hllsbai'ulSt (iuUi(. would be a bit ii, t\w situatiou ,.!mfi���������. looked   m,-.-j   r,c , ,     4.       %. ,nrl   , ;v���������  of Empire Day means    to    the n";J T0 niforui John Ihai a ro- '"Ms    ������m������io.������    was    ,*x;uvs,cd    bv ;f C*/cucral Ai^tioiiccr and   Live  British ftnip'iro..      Just    rcfloci m".',.)v,.fl ���������..,,.  ' ,.c..-(i|,(i}ii   ^���������������������������xnY :!    ' nnuuiu.-ni        b.ret.er;r.:.;i      ..r.j Stocla   Specialist.-  for a, few moments whnl it does ��������� V * ir?L    1  ili^ i-i'li "'',   n';:sn*  u,v"''"  tt"h"  l,i'^^i,!-f  '   .. . .. ... his  Uavinj.',    iIssiiuim.  ii..u     i.u. . ... ..-,,. ,.,i ,,���������.,;.   .    ,i (,,.[.|   * ,,, ...   if!  J   ��������� ....  u:;l '*r  ,, .      , , , .   ���������, >' ������������������������������������.-!     ������������������-,-  (h** .*d| i nil i. mi as it    a. I feel::    I be mil If  really mean to have the privil- f.^  1V;1R..,  1KM.f(.f.Mv    \c^\ ;!|'. ,������������������ ,i���������. vieiuii.v of nv,.-   .w.-.mi-��������������������������� ���������'  ���������oira-of celebrating Empire .Day f;|ir rol. S(,VIM..,, VI.;|,:,.,. (������������������",.,������,���������,,, -i.,..,.   ..,.  '          "'   -----  J ��������� ��������� 'v  *��������� '[,.1,-. .-iin'  !!  .nil.    nan   lie*    Inn.   of      II. e' '-'' .v"'"^ ������ll,M,f  I'10 .ilwH.iu  from   iuipr(>(::;i(im-. I. ba.ve i*n. ��������������� t'lie    Fni.ser   VaJlh-.v.      Am   In  an.ioi^r I ho Stockmen   of  n11 la i'  .formerly knoyyu an the Queers                   ji(i    (i; ,.,jlMMj ,,,.,  P.irlhda.y.    .History    yhows    us ,    , .,t.  , ',,,,,.1    n,.., ,,.  *������������������-    --   -----   ------   '-:---lc   ,0   ,KUl  ���������It5SL "J'**''   ���������<-���������'������������������'^*     (1-'      ;1'    i.ud   loggers,  we are goiu:;  io  s.v m.      M,0l.k :lnd thciu valines  ^',     ficrgymail    who   periOianOC'l   th'1   iuiprovemoiil, e.^-en lhoug-li.it   may  bo Is  C./.'X," eeremoiiv way rosillv a    luii'tvl'ir .'���������I'-v.'." stated inm shimo u  ''���������lir'   l;"'in'  (>li   ������:nt..-i������ii:tn   KMimi.'ftjS nox ;{.| chilliwtick, H. C"  whii'h   li:i!'  bo'-n   ponlpo'ii'*..-!  uii.'.ll  No-   u  ihat   we are  paying  tribute  to  one dead who ruled for (!)  pansion and good of the British  Empire  in disguise who had stolen in to  |(he house to swipe (he wodd'oij'  It is said of (he present Con-. presents and  hach   taken    (hi;-  serv-a-tive leader. Mr. Chamber-; way to hra/.en il out    when id  lain,  that in  sueees  or  failure'fear of doled ion. or liial     fin-  there are    some things    which  nervous young (������������������lirato. who offi-  the ne-v    Conservative    loader'cialod bad i-f-ally r^-ul I ho bur-  -v/II! not do.    We know, no hot'- ial servioe. iiiK������::ul i;f    (.lie myr-  ler description of a gentleman | rings    service.    As   i\iohI   hus-  Ihan this:   that,   he    willingly bands   arc in a sort of    lra/nc<  does hurt, to no man, either by when they are married this,Ial  word or deed. There   are    few fer-'excusc looks good lo us. I-Su1  party chiefs who could let them ('nereis    always   danger    (ha-  selves'be judged by such a stand coii'a    husbands   v/iil    act like  .rd; but   Mr.   Chamberlain   is  Vidians whenever Ihey are r->-  i.ue of them. He represents    a'minded of (ho   happy anniver--  ��������� '���������.���������ariilion of plain dealing,which .sary, and    some    others, hav,  wo had nearly lost, says an ex-   :.ven.becu known to go aw:iy oi.  ���������iviMl    from    m( Ii-m*    l-ujr.iu;;    owiiorri   -j-willi   the different-   breeds   ol   live  ;   i o  s .'���������  i. il   :ua  mill    ownor. i.|      Address   ;ill   eommnnications    t,o  change.  There is need of such men in  B. C. Dewdney is to-day suffering from the effects of    the  muting    (rips    with       Indian  nides- in the' hope i.hal the red  :ian  would--carry off (ho    pah  ace Ktuiaw.  vei'ib'-r, will not bur! P.rilic'i i'of~  umbia niillri ;-o badly ;ih al firs I.  iliouphl, il. now appi-ars. Niuely i>ev  cenl of I ho hij;li j.vr:i.le clear shingles,  are iiia.uii facl u red in Ibis proviiwo  while American mill owner..; -are  :.iid  lire, bci'lff sold at Hie yame je-i.-f;  I  ;'^il^w"""'ftMniiiiiiiHifiuiil^ll(5TOinniTnTnuia  J. H. JONES  Funo.ial   Diredo-  7*k.*^Ji-*17Mr������>������v������nM*ff.MrtM^������MMWW r���������������*���������*��������� **������������������"������������������ IIT^iMnWHI  ^--*.-������A ^t.���������  :i ������ali.sfael.ory level, bill ihe cost of  vponilinj; cani]) eookliouses is ^ still  ���������iieeessary, allliougli a cut in Ihe  i'l'-nu  is  uot  ooiileniplatcd.  ifil-.iiii; (nv r-;reonfis.       u will    m-uniy if      ji;vyr.-   iinpruvenient   v.-hi-.'ii   It-lida  K.fONT   I'OH   HI0AI>8,I()NI<:S  'lioiie Connection. Mission City  mean Ib^l (ho /���������mei,i<,---"i cu.;te;;u.  will liave. lo a:-.:'.iim',>. Ill: I'ifi.-ee. per  e.niil increase, in the lari'.'f. which  custom is sure to raise a storm of  protest and is likely lo place many  congressional represent alivos on I bo  anxious seal when proiosfs be.-Jn !o  arrive from I heir respi ���������olive districts. .  Amoii;;  Ibe loy^in*!* oporalives    :.n  lo acilitatf iiroduction must bo nc-  f-o',-,ipiis,hcd by a fnll in priceri or an  i'.v.'rcasf: in the volume of purehas'ng  i.K.'we.r, oiliarwise its tendency must  />o to increiwo unemployment.   N  ��������� fh--  ir'ij;'!!   r!r.<,jn.-J.(-.'i-:   "Who   ordered   Ibis  oplimislic.   I"i.i;|in������   f.visfs   Mini    limos js,i,,l(lill������   |l*-(-*!il  Only siKii?'.'  are   under   way   lo   commence,  a   hi::-        (]^r\<:    V\    lodging   house   keeper.  i:er eul IlKin liiat which is uov.- i^.ing-    i!(-   w.-uits.   lo    hang   if   oulsid-i   the  brought out. . balbrowin   door  .Saturday nighty.  '!"be  pvosiMii   !'!>'  in   ibe oiiil muni.   Is  Ihe birch <-osls of foodstuffs, -which  show III lie inch'i.ii lion lo come  down. ���������   Wages  have  been  reduced  lo  HE  $W ?-f 9  %':a   VJ*v     N 't''--^''-'1-'    ''��������� -  A witre man once remarked that  the. plac.w! where the phrase "esprit  re corps'" wyji heal understood was  the  bee   hive.  For   a Grod SmokeTry  B.C. & Old Sport  CIGARS  B.   C.    CIGAR    FACTORY -  WILBERG a WOLZ. pwore  1    ���������' " '    ; -  Alex. S. Duncan  Barrister      Solicitor  ��������� Notary. Public  OFFICE  <J. A. Cntlierwood Building  Phone 8<������0J   V. O. Box (J9  MISSION CITY, B. 0  T  &'.i-.���������:&';', * \      <���������������������������:������������������< \  kme Work I ���������   W %SI:  P������        ������. I'- V-''5**.'.'.-". r    "���������'^���������.*V-I  "Peace hath her victories.  No less renoraned than War."  RI5RVICK  STATION  Made in Canada  I  peace time problems and work of the Red  Lions are greater by far than all that confronted  !'::i organi-Jalion, all that it accomplished during  ������������������.*-.������ "var. In British Columbia today the neces-  i'-'iy of this work, which the Society is pledged  ;j ::rry on, is obvious.  The   training   and ���������  rnsintenance of an  iPmMie Health a?^"att numbfr  of P.cd Cross public health nurses  for service in the  r rr.t disti'icts and far-Hung pioneer sections of  i.Jri Province is a work which ir. now actively  t.:c .nying the attention of the Society. Towards  t'.i'.s end, arrangements were concluded with the  o tben:'.-ies of fhe U"iversii.'/ of British Columbia  whereby a Vied Cioss Oha-r oi Public Healthis  no1** c-ijbM:-h������-fl and h.'iiiip*; Maintained. The  cuiusv' i: a'Ponl Graduate one. r.i-J the Society  iias appropr;3tec* a sum of iutir.-:i* '".'. ���������*-':.?������������������/.  Dollars to-.v^rcn dcfr-'iyi.-.j \'.in c;.;z:~r~?.. /.. .z���������;.���������:' r  ten of thet:e n-:r:::;S arr: !..:::cccl i.v:- :..h> : -. ::\:.-  tained. In tirra it is hoc?- rl il-.at z?.r.':i ;:;���������������������������-���������'��������� -n ������-.'i;I'  be able to supporr i';s ov/:i i:;-r:-;;*. j=-:-J *���������:���������:,;��������� 5  extend  the sorvicr: wichot-i uic<;c  *:.:xij'.i.:t.::-*.  NEARLY   HALF   A   MILUON     CHEVROLET.  cars have been buill and sold. Their reputation  i'or elTicicfiL and economical service has grr.wn  as steadily as the number of Chevrolet owners  has increased".  j^^'3*v:-7'p'pp  '. .-*- ( "WR1} S* ������+r*  pon. ���������.���������*,% .-���������.'.; ; ;���������  once lo thn r.cor.e with dor to :';������������������, i.'Ur-.: ���������  food, clolhii*^;, t;-r.tri, i/-.*.:'.i ���������: :, ,���������?;-���������;  else will tend in -."idg-Me am?, ic-':>;*���������'  and distress. Di-.-.ster may rv-j ov."*:'  town, village cr ei-Jtri*-!. for v;'.".'*'. '  bapp'*.a    toreorrev,-.   a?:..l   TIT!".   V:'".'  q  490 TOURING   CAR  $1153 F. Ot B. Mission City  gaBanranraum*  i,"ri:>ii::'':  ���������w  Av-.'''.. .������������������������������������;'-'../J1'-���������  WANTED ������. S !������������'������'  u  rrs-j  A1  from every man and worv.aii in r*.'":t.-';!i -Ji  Columbia ar. enrollment fee in ibe "f.'\ C. |,i  Division   of   t')fi" Canadian   Red   C'ro*:;; e   .  Societj'. ���������������������������'���������' .:> " E -<;^.'^;>"-' :������������������:���������;  K "��������� t'".',*A:\'.-J '-j  .������������������������������������'������  ������������������ Junior Membership $0.2& h;^     ...,.,v   *&vM'$:Y* ���������  lraii.>>3tS������eiv;,-aiiji    r..'iaj������fw  t/...-'������������-*?-*   c^   t ������������������'   B ,-j t    ':-V>Vv;--'''-v-''. .������������������-���������.��������� "���������'*     {������������������;---/,.*.  7: a il your Iiaro:Imcnt Foe to your Local Branch r-r l'*,e P      c>������j7r': v;J;':j.    ���������: = : <���������������������������''   y^^     |S f^ST^^^i  *** ^s^s ^*������������ GSMftMflMRESCSGSSSOSIEiV I  K Sli'C j   -*#5i  fe^    !*;^S#   ^^*f- ���������   imr.7.��������� Columbia D:rr-rox j    i^^K'fe^^-^      1      /s������������^Jm  |^fe.^;il     ';#&pl    ������26 Pender Street West Vancouver, ?.. C. g     ^;^" J;J(>':;-''':,v.;iA i.^        I      (ffl0m^\  CilEVIlOLET and "DODGE AGENTS  Mission City, B. C.  \.j, ,\   *i& .. fe'-^i; -...:- .     ��������� '���������   '  asuasjMaB'R aag'iKj^yr /���������!������;<'^oser  ^aw  *. *tWR li������!W������"B������l-!.-"J!'.'. H������J!MIHftI!ttgWa,.",J  ������jWtW������^WB������^^jy#i!l^"M'JWWWB!li������  4  ���������%\  ���������Ifr-  ���������aaaBBaaM^wiBBM^^  ^M*^L^5.i^*iy,**a isrPjfsiSSwsi - ---  ^',  ^  [<&  .', * r   K   ��������� >���������..  /MB KBB'OTSPORE K'OW'  'T^lFAOMrpf;.,..,'  raaHg&Bgjg&K-g^^  iRasstg^ftaraaP* -  -~-/W/i F &/, &7 20, 27, 28-and 30���������  Union Service in Chautauqua-Tent, Sunday Evening, May 29th  . PROGRAMME'  4.4;  * X   .-������ + '  1. Dox ology:  Prais.c. God. from  wliouf nil blessings  flow; ���������* '  Praise liini, nil creatures hero below;  Pra'ise liini above, ye liunvenly host.:  Praise  Father, Son., and  Holy Ghost.  ' 2. Prayer���������Rev. W .Robertson.  3. Hvmn: Rev. IV E. Rowe.  Jesus,  Lover of my- soul.  Let mo to thy bosom fly.  While   thc  nearer  waters'  roll,  While   the   tempest  still   is   high;  Hide me, oh, my Savior, hide,  Till the storm of life be past;  Safe  into   the  haven   guide,  Oh, receive my soul at last!  Other   refuge  have 1   none.  Hangs jmy helpless soul on  thee;  Leave, "ah!  leave me not .alone.  Still  support and comfort me:  All   my  trust  on   thee  is  stayed;  All my help from thee I bring;  Cover   my   defenceless   head  With  the shadow of- thy wing.  4. Lesson: Old" Testament���������Rev  5. Anthem: Union Choir.  0. Address���������Rev. W. Robertson.  7. Hymn���������Rev. W. Robertson.  T. E. Rowe.  Nearer,   my  God,   to   thee.  Nearer  to   thee;  E'en   though   it   be   a.   cross-  That  raiseth  me;  Still   all   my  song  shall  be,  Nearer,  my  God.  to  thee,  Nearer   to   thee.  Though,   like   the   wanderer,  Daylight   all   gone,  Darkness  be  over  me,  My  rest a stone;  Yet, in  my dreams,   I'd  be  Nearer,  my  God,  to  thee,  Nearer  to   thee ' '  There   let. my   way   appear  Stops up to heaven;  All  that thou  s'endest me  In   mercy given;  Angels   to   beckon   me   ���������  Nearer,   my  God,  to thee,  Nearer   to   thee.  Then,   with   my   waking   thoughts  Bright with  thy praise,  Out. of  my stony griefs  Heihel   I'll   raise;  So by my woes to be  Nearer',  my  God,  to  rhee,  Nearer to thee.'  ��������� 8. Lesson: New Testament���������Rev. W. Robertson.  9. Solo���������James Downie.  10. Address���������Rev. T. E. Howe.  11. Hymn and OITerintf���������Rev. T. E. Howe.  Rock  of Ages, cleft  for  me,  Let.  me   hide   myself   in   thee;  Let  the   water and   the  blood,-  From   l by  wounded  side  which   flow  <���������<������������������ . "      ���������   ���������    J-,  Me of sin the. double cure.  Save   from   wrath.' aiul     !i:;iHo     i.m*  pure.  Could   my  tear:-   forever  (low,  Could- my zeal no langour know.  These for sin could not atone;  Thou must save, and  thou alone:  hi' u.iy  hand   no  price   I   brin*;,  ."���������".imply   lo  (hy   cr**.';J   I   flin.fi..  12. Prayer��������� Rev. T. E. Howe.  .1.3. Mvmn���������Rev. W. Robertson.  All   hail   the   power  of  JeKio;'   naim*!  Le I.   'in go Is   p res l,r a l,e   fa. II,  Bring  forth   the royal .diadem,.  And crown, him  Lord of all!  Ye  seed   of   Israel's   chosen   race,  Ve   ransoin'd   Trom   the   fall.  Hail   him   who   saves   you     by     Ins  grace,  And crown  him  Lord of all!  Sinners,  whose love can ne'er forget  '���������.���������.The wormwood and  the gall,  Go spread��������� your trophies at. his  feet,  And. crown  him   Lord   of all!  Let every kindred, every tribe,  On this terrestrial- ''all,        >  To   him   all   majesty ascribe,  And crown-him   Lord of all!  1-1. Renediclion���������Rcv. T. E. Rowe,  IMcntcou.'-  grace  willi  thee  is   found,  Grace  to   cover   all   my sin:  Let. thc healing streams abound,  Make the healing streams within*  Thou  of life  the  fountain  art.  Freely  let me  take of thee:  Spring thou  up within  my heart,  l?ise   to   all   eternitv.  And.  when  on joyful  wing  Cleaving the sky,  Sun.   moon,   and   stars   forgot,  Upward 1 fly;  Still   all   my   song  shall   be  Nearer,  ray   God,  to  thee.  '   Nearer to  thee.  While  I draw this eeting breath,  When  my eyes shall close in  death.  When   1  rise  to  worlds unknown.  And   behold   ihee  on   thy   throne,  Hock  ril'/\>.:es. cleft  for me, (-  Let me  hide  iim-ell'  in   | bee.  Oh.   | hat  with  yonder sacred   throng  We. ill,  his  feet  may  fall!  Join   in   the.  everlasting song.  And crown him Lord of all!  jggEj-gBSeSBSSBSEB^^ That the best, of Meals can be purchased at this Store   .  Wo Fclect   otir* Hoai' wilh  intelligence:   (hat':' why.one  t-i mir roajils- iiuiUo .;ueh a, tine meal.  Try one oi' ci.;r prime roasls and be convinced..  - ' WHITE (SCARMICHAEL  Abbotsford, B.C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD* B. C.  . _ ���������.ini������...��������� i    ������������������ige������ggMSi  A. E.  (I^ate' Taylor   &   Humphrey)  B. C. Land Surveyor and  Civil Engineer  Room   (5   li'iii't   Clock,  Cliilliwack'  Box    i'.l'.l. CHILLIWACK  !;.   C.    Phono .11.  Farmers'   Phono  I'.Ki'i  ���������T������BWjk������>8B5BWsaM^ wr^^-eOTs���������*-^ w=>^^  ^������   ��������� %)  S       ^33   t������f     ^:'������n   ^ft*. El     6  BARRISTERS and  SOLICITORS  LAWOEFiC-E  OPEN    EV101lV,.Pl)lt>AV  abbots ford, ������?. c.  Oranges nnd Lemons,, per dozen .  Ra sp nervy a n (! S1 ra w'berry-' .1 a ins  and Marmalade, a iin ......  loc  95  Kelcliup,  inr^c boltle,  ��������� '---'������������������    --^  \). C. Spring Salmon, ���������! (ins  :--'...'-    -2;>  ,!>oyal  East Cake   Hulk Tei'Va lb '.   A,  <9  ALBERT -LEE,  Baker and Grocer  agcHaggg������m** ������wa������awm������t������J������JuopgMBa������a������a������.  We have a good iinc oi'   new ana  sccoihI-iku  cars,'sc-jne real snaps.  1920 Lord in Al Condition. Snap For Cash  19K) Ford, Good Condition $800.00 ,     '  McLaughlin Truck, jus! overhauled unci, re-  snap a I .$550.  u!  \ni  DONE IN ABBOTSFORD  AND 'DONE RIGHT  By Ihe Abbotsford Garage and Machine Shop, Lid  The superior!Iv of our Repair Worlds winning  foi".:ii\s c\s!ablishmeni nol only Ihe good will and  pii'ror.*:^.e bn! Ihe esteem of ail car owners and  one reason we can guarantee our work is because  our workers v.vc all mechanics.  lw  !;on i iorgci our :m>ccs  ��������� vj:....;.;  ���������es:  ������ ���������-���������t ���������������*. ^-, ^N ���������v. ."** ���������  . E. PARTON  ���������    JUST     ARRIVED '  \  another carload  j   aki:  .to.)   fii(ii!j;iis s.ioUi:diin.'.\  jo  I    I11AV 'iioisuiuu .10 >|;ii!i[s -hi moo.i  j    )i   iinini   .io  .lodiid  oi||' hoa   |[ns  i  ���������SO'H.Kl   'IllWl.l    |l!   IIOA'   .10.]  AtmOTSFOKI),   Ii.   C.  ' WilN^OLUMN__  Advertisement.!- under the    abovi.  heading cost   25     cents lior     issue.  !.eav;e  copy   and   money al  The  Ab-  ���������otsford Garaga. ^.^^  ^'jkT 'j'i::>ipi>hA?-.Y i-womc  LATHE-WORK,  ACjlTYLLNL- WELDING AND CUTTING  OVERHAULING a-ul RE-CHARGING  OF  E1JZMMCMQTORS   INSTALLED   AND  RE-WOUND  We guarantee all our work lo be Satisfactory.  Abbotsford Garage & Machine Shop  Limited  Phons, B. C. 7  ABnGT-SFCJKD B. C, Farmers 1918  . The mater of daniiige dor.r*. during  the ditching    work on the    ill-fat e:l  Matsqui ditching scheme wo* brought  ���������to the notice of the council   by  Mr  ! K. N. Carncrcss, who is in charge of  the Amiens farm, taken over by Doru-  'inion  authorities  in connection   with  | the  S.  S.  1.5-   .    Tho*". road     has beo;\  damaged    by the    dumping ou  it o!  mud from Ihe ditching work contracted   for by the    Provincial     Govun-  ment, and it is almost impassable for  wagons   conveying     province     from  Amiens   farm.  ri lie council agreed to do temporary work to give relief, and will take  legal advice as to the Provincial Government's liability. Tho ditching  scheme for the Provincial Government has already  cost over  $^0,000  ^wy..'* .j^^nwij LU-H ���������!WCWWW^IIillHJlI���������!��������� *****%*���������  ������������������jr������������������-,t..���������������*������.-?������f-fc*ii 11 iwuwii>*wrj.-^iW^*ww*���������t wmw  ^  ?if  ^i&\.������Luv&  A T. N. T. Explosive of great strength,1  safety and freedom from noxious fumes  No Headaches  Take 'advantage of Hie    Govcrnmenl    refund oi'  $2.50, up'lo (en rases of powder, and blow  your slumps  t tfKjj������t i*iuwurr-jMa������a'BgJtt^*iuLawf jti  DrKSTrrawow*  Insurance of all kinds  .    NOTARY PUBLIC  Marriage Licences Issued  URAL ISSTATW---iMon<-.v l<> Loan on <>!oo<l Furm Morly-a^ns  .  Abbotsford  OPEN   FOR BUSINESS ON  MONDAY,   MAY 30lli  i .���������rfTWTBnMT^l.flf.ryu> ������^r w*rtirrimamSM*M'm^im-iUJ-,*lJ''*���������������������������������-^a-*  WCBEGBEaBOmm*  Our First Anniversary Week  .    JUNE  6th  lo'llth  Notices Later  SBimasmi.mnnn'u  A.. G.ANDRE  S  CAST!   CIIOCEH  AIJIJOTSirOKD,    B.    C.  more than the $35,000 :he iavni?rs Jed to ditching charges being thrust  were told it would cost. and. is'not upon their land at that ra-is' decline  finished yet, and the farmers who ob- \ to sanction  any  further expenditure  Buv Your Goods At  ower  une  KUr.TO. AND   BEOULATIO-NS  HUNTINGDON, B- C.  THE. COUNTRY STORE  willi the CITY SERVICE  / NEED YOUR BUSINESS  Farmers' Phone 1303  mx&maoJMinata  (.������)<) I)   liO.-VIlS   HU'ii'  rros;-   load  of  4,2 7 5   pounds.     These  different  vehicles   were    driven   .2d  .SAY" I-J d'AS A V.!>-Oil.   "liles;   the   rnfo   of   speed   being,   as  ' _ far  as   possible,   uniform,     and     all  *~ ' : conditions   stabilized  ��������� T|j*������ value rii; grorl roads in tii? con-,     Thc  |)i?  ,nK,k   gaVe  a Der  gallon  sorvation   of   gasolim   has   been   de- ��������� p,j)0.nc-^. 0f   ss   per  cent,  more over  nnilely  detormined  i\n  the  rosul', of   ,llc conc,.cte road  than over the dirt  (������������������His  rnadeby  tho Good ���������KomH  liur-   ,*0ad.   The   light   truck   gave   19   par  can  of the California. S'litcj Autonio-  (:ci|lf grcatPr ,'u|ifiage, while the tour-i  bile  Association. | ing car gave 57 per cent, excess mile-  Tosl.s wi'i'i,. mat!" ovpr..two F,!.ro'.cb- 'ago on the good road as opposed    to  ok of road, each  Hvojnil>.*f* in  l.-jngtli ���������: tho  bad.  of similar gratbi." Or'' sT'*.--f,<:h of road ���������   !      road.   ' uptiM '     Cm   WndiiFKdny   afl(>nu)0!i   flm   un-  ���������*(; *   '*.n.h'st'ciiK'iit j'-'oiliig of i!ir> m-.niorial tablet, placed  vv-;i:(���������!i   !,.|-|   lhc|',v H,y Koyal' Mank of Canada in the  1 '���������. bl'oti-frird     bv.inch   in     memory   of  1. All exhibits and everything connected thercwitn  must be the property of the exhibitors, and must have  been in their possession .for at least one month previous  to the time of showing unless supplied by ihe committee,  2. An entry fee of fifty cents will be charged non-  members.  3. Children's exhibits freo.  4. All entries' must be in pjace by 11 a. ni. Saturday.  5. Judges shall have discretionary powers of withholding prizes where the specimens exhibited are not  deserving of award.  6. No entries will be received later than two days be-  ore the show  7. Exhibitors must provide all requisites for exhibit-  ng purposes.  8. The judges' decision shall be final in every case.  9 Professionals are prohibited from entering for competition.  10. A collection of fiowers shall mean one only of oacn  kind.  11. A display permits several of each kind of flowor  being used unless otherwise stated.  12. Exhibitora will use entry forms found in this Prize  l,ist and send entries to the Secretary by Thursday,  June   23rd. ���������,  Extra lOntry Porms may be obtained from the Secretary.  I CLASS 1.  was an ordinary u r  which tests won.: -m  to a modunilo r;i!n.  Kurfaco covered willi r'.'if!" mud, and  the ordinary rhuckhole.s and rut������������������ ''"������������������liarler, VValknr Wallace, ,a member  such as are' prevalent over roads of | ''r l,lf" RtaiT, killed overseas, will take  that   character following a  rain. Tho j l)lr'^ ������'��������� lllt!  Koyal   Bank of Canada.  oilier road was a concrete r,t.*nt.e high) ��������� ���������������������������   way  in  excullent   condition" '      Mi*s.     Oray  has     returned     hom."1  The tests werc! icicle with n Ir.rje   i'''0111   Alberta,  ton  loaded  truck, the gross  load  being  13,900   pounds;   a     light     truck  with  a  gross   load  of  3,185   pounds  and a six-cyliuder touring car with a  Mr. H. Drmicy of Sedgewick, Alia.,  was the guest of Mr. F.'.l. K. Whitchelo  for the past few days.  -ROSES  ONLY���������  1st  2n;l  .2 5  2 5  '.2 5  1. Best Individual Rose - "������  2. Best Three White Roses, different varieties .50  3. Best Three Red Roses, different varieties  50  4. B������at Three YelloW" Rcse-s. different varleles .50     .25  5. Best Throe  Pink  Roses,  different   varieties  .50     .25  6. Best collection of Roses', not more "than   12  .75      50  7   Best  Display  of Roses:  1st���������Special  Cut-Glasa Vase given  by  Grant ii  Crist.  2nd���������Book from Department,  8. Bost Display of Climbers:  lst���������2 dozen Spring Bulb3  2nd���������1   dozen   Spring   Bulbs.  9. Best Display of Moss Roses:   1st���������Special, given by  Mr.  Lee. 2nd���������$1.00.  10. Best   Corsage   Bouquet:,   lst���������1   dozen   Iris   Roots.  2nd���������25tf  CLASS II.���������  1.  Best Individual Pansy  .50    .25  CLASS   IV.���������SPECIALS���������  1. Best   district  display   of   Plow ere,   grown   and   arranged   by   Women's   Institute,   1st���������$5;   2nd���������$3.  2   Best   Bouquet   In     Institute     Colors:      lst���������Hand-  Painted   Dish   given   by   Mr.   Whitchelo.  2nd���������Special given  by  Mr.  Hurum, value to  $2.00.  3. Best   Decorated  Table���������1st���������Special  Vase  given   by  Messrs Birks; 2nd���������-$2.00;   3rd���������$1.50.  4. Best Presentation Bouquet���������lst���������J2.00;  2nd���������$1.00  5. Best   Individual   House  Plant,   lst���������$l 00 ;2nd���������75^  6. Best  Basket    of     Cut    Flowers',   . lst���������Centrepiece  2nd���������S1.00.  7. Best   Table   Bouquet   of   Sweet   Peas,   lst���������Special  given   by  Cooper &   Seldon,  value  $2.50;   2nd���������$1.00  8. Best   collection   of   Spring   Vegetables',   lst���������Special  given by Mr. Rdlund, Roast of Beef; 2nd���������$1.00.  9. Best     collection   of     Wild     Flowers,,   lst���������$2.50;  2nd���������$1.00.  10   Best   Table  Bouquet���������any     Flowers,     lst���������'Special  given  by Cooper & Seldon, value $2.50;   2nd���������$1.00.  Those Contributing to I>ato:���������  Specials���������Cooper & Seldon, Ritchie Bros., Woodward  Co., Messrs Birks, Messrs Lee. Whitchelo, Hurum, Ed-  lund and Purvcr, Grant & Crist, Mrs. McCulloch, Mrs.  While.  General Fund���������-Hudsons Baiy Co., $10.00; Clayburn Co  $5.00; Mr Paterson, $1.00; Mr. Kerr, $2.00; Mr. King,  $5.00; Matsqui Co-Operative $10.00; Canadian Bank  of  Commerce,   $2 00.  2. Host  collection of Six  Pansies     3. Post  display of   Pansies ...  4. Bost   display   of   Poppies   5. Best   display   of   Iris    (I.  Best  display of  Nasturtiums    Host 'displny of  Lillios   nest   display  of   D'l'fiics   Best, display '*l* Columbine   Pest  display of Snapdragons    lirst  d'spiay of  Peonies'   I'-nsf  display  o'  Canterbury   liclls  ..  13.   Best display of Sweet Peas.  1st���������Special   given   by   Woodward   Co.,  value   $5.00  2nd���������Special'given   by   Ritchie   Bros.,   value   $2.00  CLASS I?L���������For Children���������  1. Best collection Native  Ferns:   1st���������7 5������t;   2nd���������'Book  2. Best collection Wild  Flowers,  1st*���������75tf;   2nd���������Book  Z. Best collection, of Grasses  ...1st���������������������������75//; 2nd���������Book  4. Best   display   of   Flower;-*,   arraiuro/monl.   to   count.  lsf-.--.7 5.?;    2ii(l---l!nok.  5. Best collection'of Vegetables,  1st���������75^*;  2nd���������Book  7.  8.  lb  10.  11.  i '>     .50 .25   75 .50  .......2.00 1.00  ....   2 00 1.00  .....   2 00 1.00     2.00 1.00      2.00 1.00  .....   2.00 1.00      2 01) 1.00  .....  2 00" 1.00      2.00 1.00  ataraawBWBW^^

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