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 fit;.  ill-  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol. XL, No. 5  4BB0TSF0RD. B, ,C. FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 12, 1915  $1.00 per Year  len s neavv ixiDDe  ool Underwear  Special Values at, per suit. . . . , .$2.50"and $3.00  Men's Heavy Wool Sox, 4 pairs for $1:00 .  Men's Heavy Wool Sox, 3 pairs for  . .$1.00  Men's Heavy Wool Top Shirts, each, $1.00, -  '���������:, $1.25j $1.50 and v..$2.00  Men's Tan Kip Blucher Boots  as made by Canada's largest shoe- manufacturers"-  - for the French soldiers, per pair $4.50  ..Men's Urus Calf Bluchers, per pair  .$3.85  I'   Men's Split Tan Bluchers, per pair. $2.90  '  Men's Fine Calf Bluchers,  per pair.'.:., $4.00  ,     "GROCERY SPECIALS  We carry the best makes of Flour,  from $1.45 up  "lOc Salmon, our price 4. tins for . . ... . -��������� -25c  Amber Coffee, whole or ground, 3 lbs.tor '40  Lipton's .Tea, per lb ��������� ��������� ��������� ; ���������  Sunlight"Soap, 6 bars for ���������. ��������� : / ' "n-  p-FeirNaphtsrSoap,- 4-wars -for  ���������.���������-��������� -.���������_���������-��������� -.^c  -Case Eggs,' per dozen ' '��������� ��������� : .*' ' V ;      2!  Hampton and Pinchin's bread, extra choice,  Matsqui patriotic work  ��������� The Matsqui Women's.Institute has  carried on Patriotic wort since shortly after the.outbreak ci the jwar in  August. 1914. In September 1914  the first practical work, was started  when $10.00- .was voted -for the  material for shirts for,the- soldiers  and the women of the W.I. have been  ,wo rking ever since for one branch  or another of the Patriotic Work.  Bounds have been,voted as follows:  Oct. Shirt material ....... $10-00  Kits for B.C Horse'     5.00  Women's Employment League   10.00  Belgian  Relief Fund -  10.00  Dec. Institute War Fund  19.50  . (Dept. of Agriculture)"     ���������  May, Red Cross Society      3.60  July, Belgian Relief Fund'  20.80  July, Red Cross Society   20.80  July, Express returned to Cent-  - ral Park for R. Cross 50  Aug., Sock Fund  :  24:00  Sept., Prisoners of war Fund 10.00  ��������� B. C. Base Hospital '. -, 10.00  Oct., Trafalgar Day Fund  ....    8.00  In adition. the Institute sent a box  of wristlets to the B. C. Horse; a  box- of shirts, cocks, cholera belts,  scarfs,  etc., to Queen    Mary    Nee  A   MUSICAL   RECITAL  PERSONALS  On Wednesday last November 3rd  a musical recital by the pupils of the  Misses Steede was held at their home  in Abbotsford. The occasion was the  presentation of the certificates obtained this year at the annual examination of the Associated Board. All  who presented 'themselves being successful in their respective 'grades  from Primary to Advanced- and each  of these rendered a musical .selection  Mr. Hill-Tout very kindly presided  in his usual happy manner and in  the course of his address dwelt upon  the value of music in the home circle  and in the community and pointed out  that success in the art necessitated  application on the part of the student  as. well as ability. He also <spoke. of  the searching nature and high standard of the examinations of the Associated Board, which are rapidly becoming known throughout Domin  ion. Finally he congratulated the  town of Abbotsford' on having two  such efficient teachers in their midst.  Certificates were presented to the  following:  How  about that   "thin  registered  tenor voice"?  Mr. J. J. Sparrow is well these days  Thank you. -  Among those registered at the Abbotsford Hotel during the- past week  were G. E.'Cooper. Vancouver; J: G.  Harkness, Milner; J. Gibson, Mt. Lehman;  Mr J. 'LePeuvre, the Matsqui assessor, is busy at the present with assessing for the coming year.  Among the boys who went with the  47th from New,Westminster'recently  we're Ptes. Tupper McPhee-and Stewart McPhee, sons of Mr. and Mrs. J.  J McPhee of this town. They are  both bright young men and will,.be.  able to give a good account of themselves  There is talk of a.masquerade ball  for. sometime, around Christmas, the  proceeds of which will probably be  donated to" the Red Cross or the Patriotic Fund.  The W. A. of Abbotsford will serve  uuwiub. I a dinner on Thursday, November 25  Misses Irene King,  Freda Nelson,   (American .Tuanksgivns Day].in the  Sylvia Murray, Marie Scotsvold. By-  Masonic Hall.    Dinner will be served  scarfs,  etc.,  to  Queen    Mary    Nee,  Sylvia Murray, Marie bco svoi^  j*~������-������-  ���������       tm fe;00 0>clock  dl-work Guild and collected old linen  elyn McMenemy , Gwendoline   Tapp,  "������m * ; :      -  <'l  BECAUSE THE BIGHT PEOPLE ARE  LOOKING FOR YOUR AD.  If you COULD (although, OF COURSE, you  can't) stop every man you meet on the streets  asd ask: "Do you want to buy a pair of shoes?  (Or any-other kind of goods) You might find  half a dozen who would say "Yes." Perhaps not  one of these, however, would want to buy the  article you want to sell.  ��������� '      ���������      *  If your advertisement, however, were to be  printed in these columns this week, it would  ."stop" EVERY MAN IN TOWN WHO WANTS  TO BUY SHOES, OR CLOTHES, OR ANY  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" anyone who didn't want to buy- That's the beauty  of the advertising way of finding a buyer. The  ad. finds the buyer through the simple process of  being easily and readily found BY the buyer-  And if, among the prospective buyers of goods,  there is one to whom your goods would be a bargain, and your ad. is a convincing one, you'll sell  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE FOR SALE)  ������or the Red Cross  During tlie fall and winter months  contributions were sent to the Central-Park- W"I. jor.&'-e South Vancouver Relief Work - ; \ , .  . Red Cross work has been" organized  by'the Institute member's .in.various  local centres and is carried on by two  organizations whose membership is  largely made-up of W I. -members.  These are the Ridgcdale Relief Association which . carries on . relief,  work and Red Cress work and the  Matsqui Red Cross workers who have  circles organized to do Red Cross  work at Clayburn, Matsqui, Mt. Lehman, Bradner nad Maple Grove. A  report of W. I. Patriotic Work would  scarcely be fair .without a report of  the work of these' two organizations  to which W. I.' members devote all  of their time|  The Ridgedale Relief Association  has raised the sum. of $105.15 of  which $85.00 has already been disposed, of for Red Cross material.  Several boxes of garments have  been shipped to the' Red Cross depot  at Vancouver. The articles sent are:  15 hospital towels, 4 pair sheets,  laundry bags, 28 pair socks, 5 night  shirts, 1 1-2 dozen pyjama suits, 15  knee caps, 30 hospital handkerchiefs,  10 children's petticoats, 6 quilts 1300  mouth wipes, 2 00 wash rags, 100  knitted face cloths and numerous  sundries.  The; funds of Matsqui Red Cross  Workers:  Amount sent to Vancouver for material $385.35;-To prisoners of War  Fund $47.50; For Central membership fees $20.00; for express charges, bandage roller and sundries $63.-  75.    .      .  Number of garments: Pyjama suits  116, Socks 44 pair; many tailed bandages 81; rolled bandages 1310; triangle bandages 17; hot water bottle  covers 22, handkerchiefs 285, dressings 400; knitted waste cloths 41; kit  bags 41, half sheets 12, bed jackets  5; numerous mouth wipes and sundries;  1 case of jam  Percy Peele, Bertha Ayling and Ma  bel Nelson'.  Miss  Irene King and  Miss Freda  ���������Nelson each was    awarded    a book  prize~fof"proficiency in addition to a  certificate.  Refreshments were' served and the  guests on leaving , expressed their  pleasure in having'spent anenjoyable  afternoon.  Among those present were Mrs.  Hill-Tout, Mrs. Alanson, Mrs. King,  Mrs.'Leeth, (Vancouver), Mrs. Scots-  void, Mrs. McMenemv, Mrs. Peele,  Mrs. Boulter, Mrs. Nixon (Victoria),  Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Cob-  ley, Mrs. Tapp, (Huntingdon) Mrs.  Ayling, Mrs. Liversage (Clayburn),  also the Rev. Mr. Campbell, the Rev.  Mr. Mitton and Mr." W. Cobley.  A verv 'interesting'-'programme of  music and dialogues will be given.  Charges for. the Dinner only 26.*  Dinner .and programme 35tf: Programme only 15^.  The La'dies Aid of Abbotsford  church gave an enjoyable afternoon  tea at the home of Mrs. Bert Clark  on Wednesday.  BELATED  CHRISTMAS PRESENTS  There is a probability that the  Christmas presents of toys for the  boys and girls will be a little late in  -arriving in some cases, as the ship  The Rev. J. S. Henderson, of Vancouver will gave an.address on Monday evening the 15th in the Presbyterian church, Abbotsford, when the  W. C. T. U. will give an interesting  programme of music and readings.  Charles Wooler of Peardonville is  in Vancouver having volunteered for  active service  MAPLE RIDGE  The contabhftold the council of- a  little boy, living in an Indian camp;  a bright, keen, clever chap of four  arriving in some cases, as the ship- ^ ^ fgw months o������ age;  a  ��������� uit in the firs.: place was tied up h&d been left there  by the blockade in the Panama canal  Another order was sent in, to have  the goods come by rail but we all  know how uncertain trains are especially about this time of the year  comhig through the mountains..  It is estimated however that the  goods will be here abut the eud of  the fi/st week in December.  Mr. Ralph Henderson who has been  on the sick list for a Jew days is a-  bout well again  The Rev. J. H. Miller of Cedar  Cottage, will hold a Sunday School  Institute in the Abbotsford Presbyterian church on the afternoon and  eveninc of Thursday the 25th instant.  REDCROSS CONTRIBUTION BOXES  . The Red Cross contribution box is  instaled in the Post Office. Those  having signed tho pledge slips distributed on Trafalgar Dayj( have had  numbered envelopes sent to them in  which to enclose their contributions  for the' box, ^ /  Will those who did not return their  slips, please sign them with the a-  moiin't they wish to contribute and  the name and return them a an early  dae to the secretary-treasurer, Mrs.  T  v   Parton.  All persons contributing to this  fund will at the end of three months  receive a receipt for the money paid,  and a list of money paid out to the  various war and patriotic funds, also  material outlay for the local branch  will be given in this paper.  Walker Wallace who has been confined to his home with chicken pox  is out again and back to his post of  duty in the Royal Bank.  The Ladies Aid of St. Paul's, Hun-,  tington met in the home of Mrs. Mc-  Crae, Sumas, Wash., on Wednesday  of this week and was well attended.  white child, who had been left there  by tramps four years ago, when the  ,  baby was only five months old.  He is a blonde, and unusually  bright; and it is hoped to find some  motherly heart that will take the  little fellow into her love and home  and give him a' chance in life; a  chance that will no doubt prove such-  a child as having been worthy of care  and love; a child's right in this big  lone world at any cost.  Lieut Martyn, Quartermaster Segt  Earl Selkirk and Pte. Fred Webber  were week-end visitors at their-home  to say  good  bye  before their .start  for Berlin; where they    in    accord  with tlie intention of the entire 47th  Battalion, hope to be, in a few weeks  at the latest. Haney was well represented on the station platform as the  boys rushed through on Sunday.  Two sad and sorry young men returned to Haney one day last week  from Westminster and Vancouver,  where they had been trying to sign  on for "overseas; a work upon which  their hearts were strongly set. Pat  Carr failed to attain his desire,  through his defective eyesight; he  has been obliged to wear glasses all  his life. Jack Fuller lacked a little  in the chest expansion; but unless he  bursts a blood-vessel in strenuous  endeavor, and so defeats his own  object, he will shortly be ready to  try again. THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B.  C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  Published Every Friday by The Tost Publishin  ������, Company  of Abbotsford and district  A weekly Journal devoted to the interests  Advertising  rates  made known   on  application  Our  J. A.  Shibboleth-  BATES,  -Neither  for   nor  o  agin'   the   Government  Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1915.  In looking-over one of our exchanges from the prairie we no  tice that it has changed hands and judging,from the introductory  editorial of the new proprietor he is bound to make a success pi it  He realizes that in taking hold of a small paper he has his work  cut out for him,   Here is what he says:  "While in taking possession of the Sentinel, I do not feel that  - any apologies are necessary, I do feel that first of all a few words  of commendation are due my predecessor who launched the publication in 1908, and who has .superintended the business ever  since its inception until the present time. -  "A man who starts a newspaper in a small town can be very  becomingly comapred'to the first pioneer of the undeveloped  frontier who has practically nothing but hardships to endure until the onward march of civilization ushers in a new era of progress and development and he is ultimately rewarded with the  fruits of his untiring labors and self-denying efforts It was no  doubt as much pioneer life (in the newspaper field) to launch  The Sentinel, as it is pioneer life to the homesteader who launches out into the frontier and endeavors .to subdue the unwieldy  elements and transform them into a productive farm and a comfortable habitation.  "In fact nearly every small town is "blessed" with a newspaper many years before such towns are really sufficiently developed to warrant such an enterprise. . But newspaper men (not  unlike pioiieer homesteaders) are anxious to embark in business  upon their own responsibilities, but lacking capital, are willing  to become "peasant" proprietors. It goes without saying that  no capable and experienced newspaper man with capital was ever induced to embark upon the newspaper enterprise in small  villages, unless (in rare instances) the field offered exceedingly  hopeful signs and promises of substantial development. This  statement is so true that in many cases where competent men  have "got.a start" over the case, the desk and the press, at the  first opportunity they abandon the business for some oher calling with perhaps the consoling thought in mind that a man will  do almost anything to get a start."  After assurng his readers that the paper "is not "backed by  any political organization" he starts out to outline the policy of  the paper.  THE NON-ADVERTISER  A hen is. not supposed to have  Much  common  sense  or  tact.  Yet every time she lays an egg  She cackles forth the fact.  The busy little uees they buzz;  Bulls bellow, and cows moo;  And watch-dogs bark, and    ganders  quack, ; ,  '���������'-And pouter pigeons coo.  The peacock spreads his    tail    and  :';.'    squaks;       ,  ,. Pigs squeal and robins sing;  And even serpents know-enough'  To hiss before.they sting.  Yet  man,  the  greatest  masterpiece  That Nature could devise,"  Will often stop and hesitate  Before  he'll Advertise..  ���������From  Galloway Gazette.  insure prompt delivery it is required  that all mail be addressed as follows:  (a) Regimental Number  (b) Rank  (c) Name  (d) Squadron, Battery or Company.  (e) Battalion, Regiment, (or other  unit) Staff appointment or Department  (f) Canadian Contingent  (g) British Expeditioary Force,  (h)   Army Post    Office,    London,  England.  Unnecessary mention of higher formations",- such as brigades,  divisions  is strictly forbidden, and causes de  lay.  gJHTa[������Ia[a  EQHQQaSQECI  Hanoi  H  H  H  H  H  H  5  H  H  H  a  hhhim:  J. H.-JONES  Funeral Director  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone:Connection. Mission City  QnE30Qaoaiof3C3aQmQC3C]E  For the best job printing patronize the Abbotsforl Post.    It is the on-  J ly paper published for Abbotsford.   .  CO-OPERATIVE MARKETING!  OF EGGS AND POULTRY  The Merritt Herald Scores One For The Farmers Of Chilliwack  Chilliwack farmers recently contributed a car load of potatoes  to the Municipal Relief Department for distribution among the  needy of South Vancouver. The C. N. R. quoted a freight rate of  25^ per hundred pounds���������$100for a 40,000-pound minimum���������  from Chilliwack to Vancouver. ���������, The B. C. E. R. ihade the following offer: "We will haul that car of potatoes to any point you  may mention in South Vancouver for $10."'  When it comes to building empires, the farmers of Chilliwack  have it on Mackenzie and Mann four ways by the.compass.���������The  Merritt Herald. '  Why all this tobacco begging for the soldiers at the front?  The military authorities should supply the soldiers with all the  tobacco that they need. Put tobacco along with tea, beef,  beans, ammunition and all other supplies needed by the men on  the firing line. By all means give the soldiers all the tobacco  they need, but do not make them objects1 of charity. Some of  these war fads have been a rich thing for grafters, and seekers  after cheap notoriety.���������Greenwood Ledge.  Once again the Liberals are badly excited over the approach of  a provincial election before Christmas. - The real truth about  the matter appears to be that the Victoria Times ran out of  real good live copy last Saturday and thought that if the Times  would give the government a little shaking up the Vancouver  Sun could be depended upon to do the rest.  The war puzzle is daily becoming more intricate. If Bulgaria  is in, Roumania out and Greece on the fence, what will happen  to Turkey if President Wilson's marriage doesn't take place on  time?���������New Denver Record.  A reader of the Sun recently stopped his subscription to the  paper. A couple of weeks later he died. This incident shows  the absolute uselessness of attempting to live without The  Sun.���������Grand Forks Sun.  Lowrey says: 'One of the most famous figures in Canadian  history, Sir Charles Tupper died last Saturday. The West never had a better friend. He believed in. himself, and was noted  for saying I. He was the last of the noble band who created  Canada and the C. P. R He was always strong and vigorous  due to the strict manner m which he looked after his health  Das .Gilbert : Hanna -Anderson  British    Columbia'*      L^dirxa       De������ftX  SAVE  MONEY  HV HAVING  YOUll  DENTAL WORK DONE  IN VANCOUVER  Our prices are about HALF those charged by other dentists  Sr Sn^^IERY, BEST-   absolutely:MSSf  Crowns   Plates  and  Brldgework  a   Specialty.    When   you  Second Floor, Qarmruon.Btig. ������07f������ng$ St W. Cor. Camhie  VANCOUVER  While the activities of the Live  Stock branch of, the Dominion Depart  ment of Agriculture with regard to  the organization of Co-operative EgG  and Poultry Marketing Associations  have been largely confined to date  to. the eastern provinces of the Dominion, the need and opportunity for  work of this' kind in the Western  Provinces have not been overlooked.  From' the fact that co-operative  marketing of poultry products ' was  something entirely new.it wasthought  advisable to thoroughly test out the  practicability of the system before extending dt to a wider area. Satisfactory results having been obtained in  the east arrangements are now being made to extend the work to the  Western Provinces    -  The new field to be organized will  receive the benefit "of the experience  of men who have been associated  with the co-operative work since its  inception M:r. T. A. Benson who for  the past three years has been in  charge of the co-operative organization in Prince Edward Island is being transferred to the Province of Alberta to fil la position similar to that  which he has held in Prince Edward  Island:  Mr. J. H. Hare who has had an er-  tensive, experience in this work, not  only with the Ontario Provincial Department., of Agriculture, but also  during the last" two years wath the  commercial "and marketing end of the  work undertaken by the .Live Stock  brauch, has been given general supervision of the'Egg Circle work being conducted by the branch. Mr.  Hare is now in the Western Provinces and will devote the greater part  of his time for the next year to directing operations there. For the present he" will confine his activities  principally to the Province of SaBk.  Mr. R. J. Allen, B. S. A., has been  appointed to take immediate charge  of the organization of co-operative  Egg and Poultry Marketinc Associations in Manitoba. Mr. Allen has  had an extensive experience not only  in Departmental work but also in the  commercial field and goes to Manitoba well fitted to carry on this work  effectively.  Mr Wm. Kerr, B. S. A., who was  in district representative work in On-  take up the. problems that have de-  .ing the staff of the Live Stock branch  and  who   has   been   associated   with  Mr. Benson in Prince Edward Island  during the past  summer, is now in  charge of the work In that province.  Both during his college career and later,  during active work in the field  Mr. Kenr has made a special study of  the theory and  practice of the cooperative marketing of farm poducts  He enters the work in Price Edward  Island, therefore, well equipped    to  take up the problems that habe le-  veloped in connection  with the advanced- -nature of the work at that  point.  (British Columbia is still lef,t out  in the cold, as usual.���������Ed.)  c  IT-%  MATSQUI-SUMAS BOARD OF TRADE  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S'. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the'farm and fruit lands of  Ittjthe district, and industries already established,  wash is  when one's bath room is rendered  luxurious by our ornamental and  open work plumbing. It's an artistic triumph. Have the bath room  a joy. "Let your plumbing arrangements be as santitary as-the  latest developments of tho art will  permit.    We'll show you the way.  Old .Creamery j31dgr  Your Photograph=  Nothing  will  add more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  ���������at home. :-;������'  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B.  C.      :-:  AUCTION   SALE   NOVEMBER  27th  ADDRESSING OF MAIL  See me now about that Insurance  E  ������        9  The following was received from  the Deputy Postmaster General at  Ottawa this week and will be interesting to those who send letters to  the boys who have gone to fight our  battles:  He says: In order to facilitate tho  handling ;of mail at the front and to  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  cCallum  Abbotsford v7^  r  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  To assure, patrons of printing a thoroughly appropriate and artistic product  requires both a theoretical and a practical knowledge���������in other words a mental  conception as well as a practical one.  Both are at your service. ,..  HATES, The printer JOB DEPARTMENT  the Home of Good Printing, at Suitable Prices  Is always good/because it possesses the  , qualities that go to make up good Printing: correct topography, good press work  harmony of color and appropriate stock  selection���������these are all the earmarks of  Bates' Printing���������the worth-while kind.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMETN  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PRIMING SERVICE  The shop is equipped with every modern  ��������� device necessary, for the execution of  high-grade Printing, and our working  facilities are so ample that ' prompt  service is both a pleasure and a possibility..  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices :  PRINTING SATISFACTION ���������  Years of practical knowledge and an extensive and modern plant equipment assure patrons a service that cannot be  surpassed. A telephone call will place  the order. Our Number is 520. -  If busy order by 'phone. .    J  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PRINTING OF GREAT VARIETY  We are equipped to handle every kind  and quality of Printing���������Business, Fruit  Growers, Fruit Lists, Publications���������in  from one to four colors. Satisfaction  guaranteed or no charge, is made for the  work,: which can be returned.  BATES, The Printer���������JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  COMMERCIAL  PRINTING    Such as Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, Cards Circulars Statements and  ���������in fact anything in the way of Printing���������will receive intelligent attention  and a thorough highgrade production  if "left in our care.  BATES, The Printer���������-JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home, of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  ��������� /  POSTER PRINTING  We print large and small Posters of all  kinds���������any color of paper or ink. Our  prices for this kind of work is cheaper  than in the cities, and the quality of paper and ink is just as good. No rent to  pay is part of the secret.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PUBLICATION PRINTING    We have unrivaled"facilities for execu-  ing all kinds of Printing, as is attested  .&���������* by the large amount of Printing we have  handled in the last seven years. Quality  of work unsurpassed, and delivery in  time assured.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  'roper - Publicity - Proves - Profitabl  Hub Square      J    A   U ^ i��������� Mission City  PRINTER AND PUBLISHER  ������8  tVf'"-'i ���������'������*.. ��������� ,c-  THE.ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, S. C  MT. LEHMAN NEWS  Mr. Alex. Gillis had a letter from  his cousin Pto. Murdock Gillies of  the 7th Battalion in Vranee stating  that his wounds were slight and that  ho'was out of the hospital and back  in lhe trenches.  Mr. Sain Nicholson is building n  line new house on his place.  ftev. Mr. McLean of Fort Langley  is to preach a sermon in Gallic in tho  church here on Sabbath 14th inst. All  Gaelic speaking people will be glad  to hear this.  Mrs. J. L. Campbell of AV. ;ls������or I,  addressed the Ladies Aid irr-^tit:c in  'lhe Manfc   on the Srd inst. and was  greatly enjoyed.'  lh:' Tied Cross ;-:cc'e-ty niov.i at i ie  ]������������������ me of Mrs.,Geo-p.-', 'Rpperhavl every  ivo woel-s and a!i are busy prov.d-j  ing  for the comfort of our soldiers  during the winter.  Mrs. Still has returned from her  visit to the Panama exhibition greatly pleased with her trip.  Rev. Mr. Reid has been speaking  on the Union of the Presbyterian,  Methodist and Congregational church  es. explaining the basis on which union may be formed The people are  asked to vote on the question. The j  name of the united church will be  "The United  Church  of Canada."  PROHIBITION MEETINGS IN  MISSION OiTV ON WEDNESDAY  (Kroiw the Frasar Valley Record)  Pursuant to the call of Dr. Ma-  gnire the provincial organizer, a convention for the Dewdney Riding was  held on Wednesday (yesterday) in  the Municipal Hall. About 60 delegates representing all parts of the  riding  were  present.    ,  Messrs Savage and Findlay of Vancouver, were present and explained  tho work that would devolve upon  the' convention.  JMr. G. 0. Buchanan of Haney was  elected -.president of the permanent  organization and Mr. Jas. T. Harrison  Hammond, was elected as secretary.  The other members of the executive  committee appointed were:  For Nicomen���������Mr. I-I. Alistcr  Thompson.  Clerihue.  Dr. Hughes and T.  NEWS FROM BUSY HATZIC  Dsroche���������J. J.  Mission���������Rev.  Cox.  Pitt Meadows-  PEAKDONVILLE   ITEMS  Mr. and Mrs. C. Gardner, Mr. Lyman Wampler, Mr. Hermon Garner  and Mr. Ivan Gardner all of Peardon-  ville and Miss Letitia Wampler of Ev-  erson left Monday for Sumas Prairie  where they will spend the week in  hunting for ducks.  A whist party will be .given in the  Poardonville Hall Saturday evening  the 13th; proceeds to be sent to the  Red Cross Society.  Come' one, come all,, and do your best  To help the good old cause.  Mr. Charlie Wooler has joined tbs  soldiers and 'left for Vancouver on  Tuesday last where he will Go in  training for the next few months.  ���������F. V. Harris.  Coquitlam���������������������������Mayor J. R. McKenzie.  and R. \V. Hawthorne.,  Maple Ridge���������G. 0. Buchanan and  Jas. T. Harrison.  The executive will arrange for  commitees in every locality and each  committee so appointed, will be re-  presentaled by two members on the  general committee.  To represent Mission City and municipality, the following   committee:  C. E. Noble,  I. Israel, Mrs. Sollo-  way, Mrs. "W. P. Mandale, W. Philcox,  Rev. Father Rohr, R. J. Taylor, Mrs".  J. C. Mclntyre, Mrs. Wells and John  Gibbard.  A resolution endorsing the platform of the Vancouver convention  was adopted.  " ' ������������������-* ���������*  MAPLE  RIDGE   NOTES  Mrs.   James, Stratton  returned  to  Hatzic on Saturday after a pleasant  Miss Winnie Manson    spent    the  week end in Vancouver.  Sergt Nole, of the Medical Corps  and Pte. Howard Jones of the 47th  .'visited their. respective homes here  on Friday and Saturday prior to  their departure on Sunday for England. A large delegation of Hatzic  relatives and friends were at the depot at Mission to bid the boys Godspeed and good luck .  Pte. Geo. Edwards of the. 67th  Scottish Regiment of Victoria visited  his home .here on Friday last.  Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Raven, who  have been spending the past seek.in  Vancouver, returned to Hatzic on  Sunday.  Mr. A. Wilson spent Sunday with  Mr. and Mrs. A. Brealey. Mr. Wilson left for Ottawa on Monday to be  equipped for overseas service with an  engineering corps. ,   ' ,'  A very successful dance was held  here on Friday night. Excellent music was supplied by the Mackness  Quartette of Haney. Many young people from Mission, Matsqui and Silverdale were present and a most enjoyable time was spent.  Nurse Florence McTaggart has a  case at Stave Falls. ' .,  WATER ACT, 1014  BAD ROADS KILLED HER  Rev. J. L. Campbell and Elder McCallum attended the meeting of the  Presbyterian Presbytery at Vancouver on Tuesday.  Maple Ridge has again sent- her  quota- to serve Kins and Country.  On Sunday no less than eighteen boys  of this district left with the 47th bat-J  talian for England en route to Berlin. The ladies who are knitting for  the local war relief, association will  be pleased to know that each of these  boys were given two pairs of socks  before their departure, the reeve cai-  lying them to Westminster two or  three days before the time the boys  had to leave  At the usual monthly meeting of  the above association it was decided  that in future all the boys who have  gone from this municipality shall be  the first to be' supplied with socks  and other field comforts made by the  ladies who work for this association  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, Jteef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and" Balogna always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  A few years ago a beautiful woman  in the prime of life iay suffering upon a sick bed in a rural community.  It was imperative that she have a  physician at once.  The hired man was dispatched for  one in haste.   ���������     '  (-, He made the best time possible,but  the loi ds'were muddy, and bad, a::d  cut up, and travelling at best was  very sow.  He lost much time in going, and  the physician was equally delayed in  his progress.  After many hours he finally reached ' the side of the sufferer.  ���������   But death had-.beaten him���������death  had no.bad roads to cover.  Had the physician reached her a  little sooner her life coull have been  saved.  But he did his best���������and bad roads  did the rest.  Bad roals killed this woman.  And bad roads are killing others  every day in a like manner.  Now isn't this a compelling argument in favor of betten country  roads? Or. is the life of a human  being of less value than the cost of a  few dollars spent in road improvements?  Let our public men take this to  heart.  Before the Board oi Investigators  In the mutter of all streams draining from .the north into the Fraser  River between the mouth, of Ruby  Creek and the City of New Westminster and of all other streams in the,  Municipalities of Coquitlam, Kent,  Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows;  And in the matter of all streams  draining into the East side of the  North Arm of Burrard Inlet and ot  all streams draining into, the North  side of Burrard Inlet, east of the said  North Arm. '  A meeting of, the Board of Investigation will be held at the Court  House in New Westminster on the  16th day of December, 1915, at ten  o'clock in the forenoon.  In the mutter of all streams draining.from the south into Fraser River  below the mouth of Ruby Creek and  of all other streams in the Municipalities of Chilliwack, Delta, Lanflcy,  Matsqui, Richmond,' Sumas and Surrey. , ���������  A meeting of the "said boara-ww.  lie held at the Court House-in Now  Westminster on tho 17th day of, De-.  comber,  1915, at ten o'clock  in tho  forenoon.  At these meetings all statements of  claim to water .privileges under Acts  passed before the 12th day of March  1909, on those respective streams,,all  objections thereto, and the plans  prepared for tho uso of tho said  Board will then be open for inspection.  All persons interested are, entitled  to examine theso, and to file objections thereto in writing if they deem  fit.  ��������� Objections will be heard forthwith  if the party objected, to has received  sufficient notice of the objection  The .Board at the said meetings  will determine tho quantity of water  which may be used under each record  the further works which are necessary for such use, and will set dates  for the filing of plans ofi such works.  and for the commencement and completion  of such works  And whereas there may be persons  who, before the 12th day of March  1909 were entitled to Water Rights  in the said streams and yet have not  filed statements of their claims with  the Board of Investigation, such persons are required ,to file on or before  the 27th day of Nevember 1915, a  statement as required by section 294  of the "Water Act, 1914" or section  28 of the "Water Acts" as amended  in 1913. The forms (No. 50 for irrigation and No. 51 for other purposes) may be obtained from any  Government Agent in  the Province.  Dated at Victoria, B. C, the 2nd  day of  November,   1915.  For the Board of Investigation,  J. F. ARMSTRONG,  Chairman.  If you aro looking .'or a situation  a ClasslfVvd' Want Ad. Is tho hoy  whloh will unlock tho door to the  pr I vato office of the business tnan.  Ho l.i too busy to Intorvlow ad  promiscuous callors, but you cart  catch his attention and secura  an appointment by a " Situation  Wanted" ad.  OosTTUjhW IWIbj It W. **C*r*l  FOR SALE���������One of   tho   best  Business  Sites in  tho busy  city of Abbotsford. Apply to  .11. C. FRASER, Suswap Ave,  -Salmon Ann, 13. C.  "ROUGH ON RATS" clears out Rata  Mice, etc. Don't Dlo in the House.  J 5c and 25c, at Drug and Country  Stores. .  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (Section 41)  Notice is hereby given that  on the first clay of December  next, application will be made  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police, for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell. liquor by  retail in "the hotel known as  the Abbotsford Hotel,.situate at  Abbotsford, in the Province of  British Columbia;'  Dated this 17th day.of September, 1915.  A. J. HENDERSON,  Applicant.  For Rent A   five roomed  house; Apply to Mrs. Milstead.  PRIVATE GREETING CARDS  FOR CHRISTMAS  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 TO   $2.00  PER   DAY  A.J. HENDERSON & SONS PROPRIETORS J  Mr. William Longfellow says lie  the Abbotsford correspondent of the  Sumas  News,  Wash.        "^  General Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  PANTRY QUEEN, Royal Standard  and Five Roses are three of Canada's  leading brands and if you order your  next sack from us you will find both quality and prices right.  GO^f*17DTF-C'bou������ht in this store will always  KIJ^II&IIIaS be found fresh.     No old  goods.  Don't forget our Confectionery and Bread���������They are the best  ALBERT  ABBOTSFORD,  A pleasant and inexpensive  way to remember your circle of  friends and acquaintances at  the Christmas season is to mail  them. Private Christmas Greeting Cards. We have some  Magnificent Samples  at this office to choose from.  The price is no more than you  would pay for the ordinary  Christmas Cards and in addition to this you have your choice  of the wording and also your  name printed on the card as  well.  Call at the Fraser Valley Record Office at any time and look  over these samples and . note  the reasonable prices.  . Last year we did quite a business, and a great many pleased  customers sent out their own  Private Greeting Cards.  It is desired that all orders  be received as quickly as possible in order to insure early and  prompt delivery. Now is a  good time.  All English made Cards.  ERASER VALLEY RECORD  Hub Square     -     Mission City  Mrs. McMenem'y, A. McCallum and  Rev J. L. Campbell were successful  as a committee of the Presbyterian  church in securing a first-class "Kimball" organ to replace the present  one which has served its purpose and  its day. The new organ will be on  hand in a few days.  -MISSION CITY ITEMS  Pte. Chas. Stokes recently wrote  home that he was well and enjoying  trench  life.  Pte Horace Card writes home that  he is sick with typhoid in the hospital   'somewhere  in   France.'  Mrs. H. Windebank was at the  coast today  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  Robson Bros.  Poultry Tonic  ���������anti-  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  B. C.  Miss E. M. Praeger, certificated  Maternity Nurse from "Queen  Charlotte's Hospital", London, England. Address General Delivery, Mission City.  exan  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  ,  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY,  PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B  C  A


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