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 y'''?&,:;*i':.,. >.  V  m  *  lmaatlaBaJhiMJUuuMi3^iiayvaKXaKsmaaait,:  With which is incorporated 'fjhe Huntingdon Star"  "in w...������s i..P"__* "..Ji"1 i ���������  ^   _.������'."������   '    ' 1'J'iuJ- l.-.JI ���������  Vol. XVI., No. 28.  4B-BOTSFOKD. B, C.   FRIDAY,' NOV.   22, 1918 /  'SI. ." i"'.*6^ I  $1.00 pur Year  ;^;^iiX.  ABBOTSFORD AWAY "OVER THE TOP"  HAS the Reputation Tor giving Us customers (.he very  br-st workmanship and a first-class service.    Wc lead and  'others follow     Those who have dealt wii.1) us claim that,  our expert, mechanic,' Prank Brown, is the right man in  the righ't place.  We have added GASOLINE, TIRES and OILS to our  full line of Ford parts.  See the K. K.,Auto Repair expert when you have any  car troubles.  Seven passenger Cadillac FOR .HIRE.  Maimers' Phono���������One short, one long, one short __    _  Ii. C. Long Distance���������36.  ' 9.&9������k33'te  PERSONALS  George Hart has been home and  was a visitor to Abbotsford on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell and  children have recovered from "flu"  Mr. Campbell has his discharge from ]  the army and they expect to move j  . back to Kamloops next week where  he intends carrying on the watch  making again.  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met  on Wednesday afternoon at the home  of Mrs. Ware. There was a large  gathering, as there always is when  ���������they meet at Mrs. Ware's. Business  was discussed about a bazaar as the  "Flu" is practically over. Date December 14 th.  The school is closed on account ol  the teachers attending the convention  at Mission City.  Mr. J. Fraser has his discharge  and arrived home on Tuesday night..  Mrs. Fraser has been visiting in  Chiliiwack  with  her  daughter,   Mrs.  Steffins.  Mr. Arthur Trethewey has sold out  his share of the business in the Abbotsford Timber and Trading Co. to  his brother.  Mrs. Tapp was a visitor at the  Manse on Wednesday and attended  the Ladies' Aid.  b0rn���������To Mr. and Mrs. Hick-  mont on November 11th, a daughter.  Mr. Clarence McCallum is working  for the new firm of F. J. R. Whitchelo. , ..  On Saturday and Sunday the  Hindus were celebrating, it being  their  Christmas  time.  As peace Thanksgiving was to be  November 17 all over preparations  were made and announced here and  Rev. Mr. Robertson carried it on. A  splendid sermon was given and the  singing was very much enjoyed. It  was a full house, and the church was  most tastefully* and beautifully decorated with   Hags,  plants  and  How-  ers  Owing to the flu being bad on  the prairies the peace thanksgiving  services were postponed until December 1st. Rev. Robertson will  give another    thanksgiving    service  here then too.  Mr. Copoland is visiting in AbOots-  forcl  the guest of tho Swift's.     _  The Woman's Missionary Society  of Aobotsford are having their  th-^i-.B offering meeting In the Pres-  bvterian church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, November 2 i 111  Mrs "Rev" J. L. Campbell of Colling-  wood east, president of the Westminster district, is expected to address  the meeting. Refreshments will bo  served in the Sunday School room.  All ladies are welcome. No admission  charged.  Miss Alice Steedc is confined to  the house this  week  with a. severe  C������ Miss Urouhart and Miss Graham  went to Vancouver on Thursday evening to spend the week end.  EXCEEDS $100,00.00 MAHK  Mission and  district including all  the  district  eact  as  far  as Derc'h-j  and west to the Stave River, excelled itself in tho. raising of its share  .of the Victory Loan of $100,000. At  first it- seemed a stupendous task for  the   district   to   raise   that   amount  but ihe spirit of 'we must'reach the  limit' became so-imbued in the residents that p"ci' that amount ha<3 been  reached ai'.d o  few dollars to spare  Tlie latest amount available as w-  go   to   press  is   $101,300,   but  it  i*  hoped that the exact figures will be  available next week.  Last year the amount reached a  bout $60,000,but why it was put at  $100,000 this year and others not  raised too is an unknown fact hut  we have the satisfaction of saying  that  the  district  made  good.  Mission and district always makes  good and the present instance is no  exception. We make good in war  and in peace.  POULTRY SHOW TO JtE HELD  AT   ClflLLIWACK  The business man owes it to  economical   citizen   to  advertise  the  his  ���������bargains"   if. he  has  there is no opposition.  if  any,   even   if  (From the Eraser Valley Record)  District No. 4 Poultry show will  be held at Chiliiwack next week and  a number of Mission erhibitors are  sending birds to Chiliiwack. Next  year this show will be held at Mission  To awaken a deeper. interest in  poultry in this district, the Mission  Poultry Association are holding a  small local show at Mission on Dec.  19th. A committee met last night  to arrange a prize list. The chief  difficulty in the way was a-financial one. It was finally decided to  pav prizes on the percentage basis.  Twenty per cent, of the entry money  will be used for expenses and 80 per  cent, divided among the winners in  each  class.  Several special prizes are o ffered  and it is hoped that contributions  will be received so t hat these specials may be of a somewhat generous uature.  Competition is open to Mission and  district and the Municipality of Matsqui. Prizes are offered for all standard varieties of poultry. There are  two classes of competitors���������novice  and open. The novice class shall  consist of all who have never taken  a prize for poultry at any show and  all boys and girls, under 18 yearn of  ago. Competitors in the'novice-class  can compete in both novice and opon  classes on payment of one entry fee  for each bird entered.  The entry fee shall be 25 cents  for single birds 'and $1.00 for pens.  Pens to consist of one male and three  females. Birds entered singly may  compete as pens.  The co-operation of all interested  in poultry is asked. If you have  only a few birds send at least two  and help make this show a success.  Further information will be gladly supplied by the secretary, C. Mc-  Diarmid. or by any member of the  Poultry Association.  iff ���������-  Many an advertising medium is not  quite worthless���������and still is not  "worth-while" either.  J1I5I-:VM   \uv.x  The Abbotsl'ord-Matsqiu unit of  tho If) IS Victory Loan ranipaign has  doiio itneK proud by having gt-iKj  ''over the top" to the extent of  $202.60S.00, covered by ^ J r> ?}"/'-  cations. The amount si:L ������.v >-���������-  Victory Loan headquarters to ho  raised'bv this unit was $:">0.OOij w.th  a flag suola of ?d0.00n. Th? U������;.*al  committee started out to dim Me ibis  as" tlKiir objective and thr-y h.ive  surprised themselves ay well as |]u>Ji?  at headquarters by quadruplim; it  thorchv earning not only the h'uinr  flag but in addition there!o twelve  crowns. This record will not !>'���������'<-  bahlv bo duplicated in Ihe whole ol  British Columbia. This ueit uh-.o  has another record whiHi ihey ma ���������'  have reason ot boast cf and Uu\<. k;  having secured   the  larval a;qi!:c:it - ,  ������   McCAIiLOI,   Chair man     of     Abotsford-Matsqui  ion amount. Mr. It. A. TrcMiv*'.  of Abbotsford, look out mi :>ujsii<m  tion  for $05,00').       Hunl.n.  ������.-r,io-:.  (.<:;<���������<}< ������������������> "I i  lions or companies     hav<-  this* amount   in  one apnlic >���������  '���������u  we doubt   whether any o'h'T  \ '< '"'  Loiin   I'nlt   in   Urilish   Coie.ml.m   ���������������������������������������������������  an   application   equal    or   i"-'- "d..���������������������������:  that amount- from    one    individual.  The success of Hie dnv<; ��������� hau '<-' n  largely due to  tlie  indui'ai U;- bhw\<-  forts   of   the 'cnnvas;?i:!;i'   conrsr.!.!   ������������������  composed  of gentlemen rfpivsenm:.';  evcrv section of  Mated'.:!   Minm-iK* s-  ilv and Abbotsford. as follows: llecyc  Alex ���������McCallum." chairman;  .!.'��������������� iry  >\..  Pee'le,   secretary; . Councillurti   .J.   1.  Aish,   M.   Z.   Melander,   Anyus   :..uc-  Lean and  11. S.    Plimuev:   fy'1'*'  Campbell, C, H. Crist, Ceo.   II.  Ken  T.   H.   Lancaster,   J.   A.   Mcl.owan.  Richard Owen, J. J. Plomtrier. Dr.. i.  A.   Swift,   B.   B.   Smith,   C.   A.   :;urn;  ner,  Geo.  F. Pratt and ���������)���������   i.   ^ui.  The total expenses  which  way incurred was $7.5..     This wiil-probu-:  bly be another record  whien can  be1;  chalked   up   in   favor   of . the   local,  campaign  commit^-    Pergonal   let-;  ters  of praise and  thanks  have ai-  readv been received from Mayor  Cray of New Westminster, who is the  Westminster District Chairman. Under date of the 20th insi., he writes  in   part as  follows.  ��������� ���������1.1...-..���������       t   '     ��������� "   *      i '���������  p.rcu.i. is"::. ���������; >-:<' -u'; tu i::o6������ ]v]l[J  oi-auizi-d find carried ou the work in  the nival districts, the serious handicaps lowiiif; to epidemic) under  which these committees labored are  uudersiood  and   fully aprcciatcd.  "Idealizing the amount ol work  ond sucriliee of valuable time necessary to secure the splendid result a-  chieved bv your cimmittcc tlie dio-  trift coinmittee wif.h to avail themselves of this opportunely to congratulate von all upon earning the y������ja_t-  exi number of Crowns ol'auy Unit in  Westminster District. The district  com mitt en cxieiids i hanks and con-  !��������� riil illations to I lios-i wlio so ably as-  Hi.stiid in Ibis <:ampai:.'n on the success of wbi-h the prosperity of tho  nation   depended."  AltOl'TS  Unit.  coon  KEbOIjUTlON  At a pu  man recent  !;i;,-> c     ������������������   -'-^ -if. M-    t '-1:-  '    '.      !'.,  V   I"1. i-Ol'.'t :CU  ,.,-..,; .--:-.��������� ���������: ..ch.riug aV.tagonism to  ��������� i', .' .... .iite-s or oilier alien enemies being allowed to forestall our  own bloci kin in &������curing- rights in  Krilisi) Columbia lunds, and in non-  Mnglish soeaking people settling in  colonies within the bounds of the  province. Copies of this resointioa  are to  be sent to  Premier Oliver.  Now that the days of rceonstni'-.-  ! tion are approaching it seems It  ! would be well for the nuthoritius. to  'arain consider the placing of an im-  uiWatiou olliccr again at Mission  CiD- With the return to days like  the pro-war days it would anpc.nr  ihPt there will be work to do slmll-  a'r'lo what   Mr. Christie uced to do.  Mr:;   llatei'ian has been \isiting in J  Miieouver.  Mil CM.  SUCCESSOJv TO 11..13. HILL  Owinr to Mr. Scott's cuUinued illness it has been  n.rre������snvy������Coj- me to Uiko tl.^ above business over inysclt,  and -miiurallv durJiigr tlie past-week I have been very busy  adjusting the Stock and making new purchasec.  Jlowevr bv ibc -first of the month I trust to be able  lo announce a fi'til line of Slock for-the people of Abbotsford and district. Tn the meantime we are endeavoring to  satisfy our many customers.  QUALITY, ONE PRfCE and the SAME SERVICE TO ALL  IS OUR STANDARD  Canada Food Board Licence No. S-19707. VA.ME TWO  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  3BH  ?AVIn   X.23C  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday  J. A. Bates, Editor and Proprietor -  3S=  hi jo .north counts!v  , '���������'���������for',mknnonitbs  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 191S  -"^���������^ -��������� ~+*t������iuJ������ii*i.  A3 we read the daily papers we  ������an, read between tlie lines now that  every town or city or district of any  ambition is planning,to.reach out for  a part of the future trade thai will  ourcly   come   with   re-construction.  Largo business firms are also planning,     The   various    countries     who  uavo helped   fo  win  the  war are already in tho fast race.  '    In British Columbia we look for a  groat and prosperous day/   such    as  this country has never seen, such as  uio most, optimistic has never dreain-  uu of;  hut let us hurry before others  ooi in on t.he ground floor'bel'ore us.  British Columbia is rich in timber,  r*cli in coal, rich in all the minerals  oacd in all kinds of trades and enterprises,   rich   in  climate,  rich   in  soil,  ���������'ich in fisheries, and why should the  province not  be prosperous , during  the coming prosperous days?    There  tst only  one   reason,   (hat,- is   lack   of  Miking advantage of the opportunity,,  ������s   none   of   our   resources   have   as  ������et reached the peak of development.  We shall look to see Vancouver Island linked up .with the mainland by  one or two railways, tlie span we'all  a������oked  upon  as too great an undor-  . MiKiug in days gone by should appear  '������auite feasible in these modern days;  VVe shall look to see Vancouver the  e,reatest port.on the    Pacific    coast;  me Fraser River a second Clyde for  ainpbuilding, the  Fraser Valley    the  ������reat garden of the const, cities, the  wie fruit  industry  seiid   carloads  of  ������il kinds of fruit to the prairies and  uevelop  into  a. remunerative branch-  wr farming.     The dream    of    future  prosperity and development could be  wontinued ad    infinitum,    but    why  uream?  It behooves the people of this district, the business men, our board of  wade and all who wish to see. this  wjwn grow to get do.wn right now and  uo some planning for1 the future���������  #!?.ns that can be carried out to our  *iiutual advantage. Where are we  cuing to start?  For the first time in the history  wr the United States the president  *vill leave his native soil and travel  ������eross the Atlantic to take a hand in  world affairs, should President Wil-  teon go to peace conference at Versailles.,. .Will,he feel, as;-, important  "over there"' as-what he does on.his  ������wn plantation. The American sol-  uiers loarned a whole lot they did not  *iiiow when they went to France���������  tneir eyes as it were, were opened,  president Wilson will associate with  s'eal politicians and men' of affairs,  Kiid- question is will he be as big or  piggor  than these men.,   Watch and  'A'ho north is fast settling up with  <a Toreign people who speak a foreign  iaiiguage, a people whom Canadians  vttimot respect during this generation  yet our provincial government allows  tiiem to take up some of the choice  aand. Surely there will come a day  %it reckoning when these people who  v.-ish to speak a ��������� foreign language,  siave schools where their own language is taught in preference to the  .������.iigio-Saxon language, and what do  aruu think will happen to the government that permitted them to settle  xju the province. Is it not an insult  wy that government to the young men  woo voluntarily left British Colum-  iua lo fight  for home freedom?  That government has much to an-  ewer for but tho soldier vote and  enat of their friends will answer it  tiil at the first opportunity.  'j'iio premiers aro at Ottawa talking about how to send tho soldier to  the land. Why plan to send all of  Shorn to tho land. Why not plan to  uavo every dominion government,  ovary provincial government and ev-  oi-y municipal clerkship thrown open  kor the benefit of the returned soldier, if there is any virtuo in a job  of this kind why.not let. our returned  aoldicrs have the first opportunity of  ailing thorn? .-,  At is good to bo of British stock  m these days���������and ihe term "British stock" embraces not 6.n!y all the  aiif-mbors of the Dominions, but the  united States as well. Canada, especially, with her superb war record,  iias legitimate cause,for pride and elation.���������Guelph Mercury.  With the war over, the people of  Kamloops and tho Okanagan should  not rest until the construction of  the Okanagan branch of the C. N.  K. is under way. ft will prove an  important factor to the C. N.l'l. system and will complete tho railroad  prospects of Kamloops for the present and bring increased prosperity.  ���������Kamloops   Standard-Sen thiol.  Stand at the post oflice or watch  the. express parcels and you will see  that there are hundreds of dollars  going out of Mission City each week  for advertised  goods,  JCAIILY   PULIJOTS   FOK  VVIjVTIOU jOGGS  When   we  take  into .consideration  I'tliat the average egg production  on  the Canadian farm is  7f> or 8 0 eggs  per hen and    when    well    managed  flocks average  12 0   to  18 0  eggs, and  Individual hens even go higher than  c!00 eggs In the  12 mouths, it looks  as  though  improvement    might     be  made  in   the class of     stock     many  keep.     In   the   first   place,   purebred  stock is best.    They should be from  a   good   laying' strain.     They  should  be from good healthy parentage and  for winter egg    production,     pullets  only and early pullets should be kept  J n an experiment conducted at one of  the    Branch    Fxperiniental    Farms  where   four   different   ages   of   birds  WiCrc in  competition   for   winter  egg  production,  it was  found   that early  pullets prdouced eggs at an average  cost of  1G.7  cents,  lat.c pullets  28.2  cfiits, two year old hens 1)5.1 cents,  three year old hens $8.70 per dozen,  figures   somewhat   similar   fo   those  could  he procured  in larger quantities.    The early pullet is the only bird  that f;hould( be  kept   for -winter egg  production and if is tho winter ogys  that pay.     A dozen of eggs at'Christmas time is worth two or. three dozen   in   May   or   June.     IL'arly   pullets  mean early eggs and early chicks in  the  spring 'which   of   course   means  early pullets in tlie fall.    As a rule,  pullets that lay earliest are the best  layers so that,-every pullet that lays  before Christmas should.-be marked.  They  are your  best  layers,    if- you  are killing off year' old hens, do not  kill hens that moult, late in the fall.  They, are your best-layers'.and with  y.our   best   layers   should' always   be  mated   with   male   birds   from   good  layers.-    The male is more .than half  the lioclc.    ..A male from a good,laying strain and .especially from a- good  laying mother, will do more to build  up   tho   laying  quality   of   the  flock  than   any  other  one   thing.       Don't  use then for. breeding purposes, cockerels whose pedigree you know nothing about.     Better pay a good price  and get a good bird.  Vanderhoof, Oct. 31.���������It Is now  generally known that the Braesido  and ISngen districts of the Nechako  valley has been converted-into a large  Monnonlte colony, and that already'  200 followers of this peculiar'organization have brought all their p'os-  essions from the prairie provinces  and the United .States and settled  permanently in the districts referred  to.  These people aro delighted, with  the richness of the soil and its unique  agricultural advantages, particularly  in a mixed farming country, to such  a degree that- one of tho leaders said  that, "in a few years to come land  in this district will not be purchased  at- $75 per acre. These people, be  ing' practical farmers, know choice  land when they see .!t, and can fully  appreciate its value.  A prominent railway colonization  agent has made tho statement that  settlers living ten or more miles away  from the track were not much asset  to a railroad company. Why?,Boca use settlers were too far away from  the railway and market, to be able fo  raise produce and make a, reasonable  .profit. Picture flic scene: German-  speaking Monnonitcs occupying t.ho  choice lands close to the railroad and  the settlement area, reserved for the  returned soldiers -10 miles away from  the track up in the Stuart Lake country. The khaki lads will be pleased with the provincial government, if j  they permit such an outrageous condition of affairs to exist.  Promptness in. answering-the telephone is a mark of  courtesy shown the caller, it is also a help to the operator for it enables her to complete the call and to give her  attention to others.  Telephone calls should be answered promptly, for  sometimes the calling person does not wait and "hangs  up". If this happens'-tho subscriber who has been called  should not blame the operator when she asks him to "excuse it, please."  BRITISH .COLUMBIA TELEPHONE Co.  \   Limited  'SXOltAGH   OF   POTATOKS  When, a  man  money look out  begins  to  burn  for a hot time.  his  Show a disposition to be.an.'easy  mark and everybody will help you to  make good.  ��������� This is the day of ad. answerers.  Get the people coming your way instead of going to the other fellow.  Many have grown potatoes this  year who never did so before, and  consequently will he unfamiliar with  the best methods of protecting ��������� the  crop.'  Owing to the excessive rains potatoes in some districts have become infected with rot, and many have been  harvested under unfavorable conditions. ' In many instances they have  been, stored in cellars before being  properly dried. Potatoes showing  any indication of rot should not be  stored with sound ones. This is especially true if there are abnormal  conditions of moisture, as such conditions will cause a greater activity  of the fungus and, consequently,  quicker rotting of iie potatoes.  Potatoes should be -. stored in as  dry and cool a place as possible, with  out freezing. The drier they can be  kept the less rot will develop.  This year, ���������*especially, potatoes,  should be carefully sorted within  from three to' four weeks after storing in the cellar, those showing any  signs of developing rot- being dicard-  ed. This will protect the remainder  of tho crop.  ANNOUNCEMENT  Till')  PKINTKUB AUK  .NOW   *������.T  \VOKK  ON  Wrigley's  British Columbia Directory  IN FIVE MAIN SECTIONS  WHAT TO DO WITH THE KAISER  As long as the flowers their porfume give,  So long I'd let the Kaiser live,  Live and live for a million years,  With nothing to drink but Belgian tears;  With nothing to quench his awful thirst  But the salted brine of.a Scotchman's   curse.  I would let him live on a dinner each day,  .Served from silvor from a golden tray;  Served with things both dainty and sweet,  Served with everything but things to eat.  And I'd make him a bed of silken sheen,  "With costly linens to lie between,  With covers of down and fillets of lace,  -And downy pillows piled in place;  Y6t,when to its comfort he would yield,  It would stink with the rot of tho battlefield,  . And blood, and bones, and brains of   men  Should cover  him, smother him; and then  His pillows should cling from the rotten clay,  Clay from the grave of a soldier boy.  And while God's stars their vigils keep,  And while'the- waves the white sands sweep,  He should never, never,never sleep.  And through the clays all through the years,  There should be an anthem in his ears,  Ringing and singing and never done  From the edge of light to the set of sun,  Moaning and moaning, and moaning wild,  A ravaged French girl's bastard child.  And I would build him a castle by tho sea,  As lovely a castle as ever could bo:  Then I'd show a ship from over the  seas,  As fine a ship as ever could be,  Laden with water cold and sweet,  Laden with everything to cat,  Yet scarce does she touch the silvered sands,  Scarco may he reach his eager hands,  Then a hot and  hellish  molten shtsll    .    .  Should change his heaven into hell,  And though ho'd watch on the wave-awopt shore,     ;  Our Lusitania would rlso no more.  In "No Man's Land"  whore the Irish fell,  I'd start, the Kaiser a private hell;  I'd jot him, stab him, give him'gas;.  In every wound I'd pour ground glass;  I'd march  him out where  the brave boys died,  Out past the lads they crucified.  Ir the fearful gloom of his living tomb  There's ono thing I'd do before  I  was through  ::ake him sing, in a.stirring manner,  The wonderful words of "The Star-Spangled Banner."    '  GRACE OLCOTT, Lc3 Angchs.  Compiled    :iikI Printed    in    Rritiph Columbia���������.hhidorscd    by    13. C.    Government  Boards of Trade, .Manufacturers' Association and oilier bodies  BRITISH COLUMBIA XKAK HOOK���������Ono Hundred paices of uftlciul data; covi-rlng  Aurieulturc, Lands Timber, .Mining;, Kishurirs, Shipbuilding and Vnblio  Works, prepared  by tho various  Departments. This section  will  cover  fully  the development in British Columbia.  GAZJETTEEK, dosvi'ibing over J.f)0������l cities, towns, villages and settlements within  flic Province, showing location, distance from large:' points, how reached  and by what lines, synopsis of local resources, population, etc.  AH'UAItKTIOAL MHJOCTOKY of all business and professional m������pi��������� Karmers,  Stock Kaisers,  fruit Growers, etc.,  In all  towns aiid districts.  CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY of Manufacturers, Retailers, Producers, Healers, find  Consumers, listing- all products from the raw material t<> the finished  article..  TRADE NAMES AXI) TRADE MARKS���������A list, of popular trade names alnhabet-  icMlly. If you want to know the manufacturer .or selling pitcnt of a  trade-name article, look up this section.  INCORPORATED CITIES���������All jjn/.etteer information in the Directory of the incorporated cities of the Province will be prepared by eithjy: the City  Council or the Board of Trade, thereby uiliicol.  ADVERTISING KKITISH COMl.UbiA���������Ji is necessary to cotttinue to advertise  British Columbia outside of thoTProvlnce, in order that tourists and settlers  will continue to come. With this uhu in view, a copy of the Directory  will be placed in leading Libraries and Boards of Trade throughout tho  Canadian Prairies, Eastern Canada, the United States and abroad. The  Directory will bo used by prospective, tourists juid settlers' as an official  guide of the Province  The Subscription yrlee of the Directory is S10.00, expresys paid.  WRIGLEY DIRECTORIES, Ltd.  M.0-313   METROPOLITAN   DLDG.  VANCOUVER  Great Li\'e Stock Demand  Peace talk emphasises the world  shortage of cattle, sheep and hogs���������  infact all lives tock. Canada will he  called upon to help restore the flocks  and herds of Europe, and the after  the war demand will he greater than  the war demand, is view of thosa in  touch with conditions.  Paper Controller About to Order Cutting' Off Of Unpaid Subscriptions  At a public hearing ih Ottawa  last week in connection with paper  conservation, .the Paper Controller  for Canada intimated that regulations about to be issued would include  one to the effect that:  Publishers of papers must cease  sending their newspapers to subscribers three months in arrears unless  subscriptions be definitely renewed  and all arrears fully paid.  The reason for this regulation of  the Paper Controller is that it is the  practice of some publishers fo send  their papers until ordered stopped  and this practice frequently means .a  failure to collect anything for subscriptions in arrears, in which case  there is a virtual waste of paper. It  is fo prevent waste of paper that the  new regulation has been decided on.  TO CONSTIPATED CHILB  The main street at Silverdale is lo  be ^ravelled by the municipality not  the government.  ,. JONES  Funeral Director  AGENT   FOR   HEADSTONES  Phone Connection. Mission City  %^m^/m^  Delicious "Fruit Laxative'' can't harm  tender little Stomach, Liver.  and  Bowels.  Lpok at tho ton<mo, mother f If  oojfctfld, your little one's stomach, liver  ami bowels need cleansing at once.  When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't  sleep,, eat or. act naturally, or is feverish, stomach sour, broath bad; has sore  throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give''a  tsaspeonful of "California Synip oi  F%5," and in a few hours all the^foul-  eartstipated waste, undigested food an"  spur bilo^ gently moves out of its little  bowels without griping; and you have a  well, playful child again. Ask youi  druggist for a bottle of "Callfeffnij?  Syrup of Figs," wluuh ������������ntai������ft Jhri4  directions for babies, anifclren of all $ge?  ' and for growa-upo.  SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REGULATIONS  Cowl. Mining- Rig-hts oi the Dominion iu  MamtoUa.. Saskatchewan and Alberta, tho  *ukon Territory and in a portion of tho  Province of lJi'itish Columbia, may be Icasod  for ii torui of twenty-one years at iui unuual  reiitnl of Si pur acre. Not moro than 2500  acres  will be leased to ono applicant.  Application for a lease must bo made by  the applicant in person to the A^ont or Sub-  Ayent of tho district in which the rights ap-  pii.nl for  are situated. *>  i 1m sun-eyed territory tlie land must be do-  serllnd by scatlons, or legral sub-divisions,  and in unsurveyod territory the tract applied  for chilli be staked out by the applicant himself. '  Kadi .application must be accompanied .by  a fee of go which will be refunded if tho  rights applied for are not available, but not  oilier wise. A royalty shall bo paid on the  merchantable output of tho mine ������t the rate  The peruou operating tho mine shall furnish the ngrout with sworn returns accounting  for tho "full quantity o.f mtsrehantable coal  mined and pay the royalty .thereon. If the  conl ininiiis- rlfflita aro: not bolus' operated,  such'returns-' shall be furnished at least ouao  a1 year; - ���������' ':���������'������������������'���������     ������������������' ��������� ���������   ��������� ��������� ��������� '  The iloaso will: include the coal minim;  1'islits only, but the lessoee may foe permitted  to purchase whatever uvallable surface rig-hts  may be considered necessary-for-tho working  of 'tho mino at the rate of glO.OO por acre.  For full information, application shoud be  made to tho Sccrutary of the Department of  the Interior, Ottawa, or to any agent or sub-  apttiit of Dominion 'Lauds.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy Minister of Interior.  N.    U.���������Unauthorized   publication   of    this  ndvcrtisenioiii   wili   not  be  paid   for.���������58782. 6*
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A, new  publication,   wtrch   w i I   b,
woVoi. oa   by   the;   I'lini'v-PK- iuU'iv-d:;
oi' (lie province,  lias made il. appearance in   Vancouver in  thy form  of a i
combined   year   bonk,   ga/.oll.or   jir.d '
business  directory,  published   by  rim I
Wrigley Dirocifvk\'<. iariited.'o!' Van-
\'.u\;i'.   ;i:'<ii;r  (he  ulilondiip  ol   I.-lr.
u. K. Wrigiey.
Tho work, which has occupied a
; Si'.:iif of over f/.veniy person:.) for (.he
jb.'.sf ton months, is a yfjniarknblo
: compendium of elnssiliod informal,on
' ii^ regard   lo  Hit!   province. ''I ho
.proof sheets   which   hud   booh   placed
lai   (he disposal  of  (ha 'Victory   Eoau
| commute;.',  have already   resulted   In
] extending fhiil. organization in scores!
j cf   prosperous     lil He     coiiiiuunilies j
'which   otherwise ..might,     have     been.i
' <n eriookod.
I      Tho   first,   sixty   out   of   I he    1.000
j panes iii   the  hook  give a   liyl   of (he
! officials   of   I lie   various   Covenimi'iil
I departments,   both   at    Victoria   and
throughout   the   province,-   with   an
| historiacl   review   and 'short   articles
j by   Ihe   various   provincial   niini.siers
outlining the jurisdici ion of their departments,  and  indicating the  groat,
resources of the province.
In the gazetteer portion of the
work a total of 2,000 cities, ��� towns
and villages and seUJeiuonts are listed, in addition fo 'I, I !Ki geographical
points, enabling Ihe reader to at once
obtain the location and description
of any town, village, mountain or
la lie, etc. In all places where local
directories aro not published, the inhabitants are listed in the provincial
directory. In each instance,the business or employment is given. In the
case   of   farmers   and   ranchers,   the
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Are You Travelling
by Ox-Team on the
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According to Franklin, the   "Road to   Market"   was
"plain" even more than a century ago.
The years have brought a succession of improved
methods of travelling on the same old road, however and
now the former weary time and distances have been
obliterated.
Just as gasoline, steam and electricity have shortened the distance between London and Liverpool   New-
York and Chocago, Mission City and Vancouver, so has
newspaper advertising shortened the   distance   between
YOUR MARKET and YOU!
You can travel from one place to another by ox-team
S!^r��n?--��?7e a fair cllance of reaching your destination
SOMEU.ML. But you would willingly choose the ox-
team for a thousand-mile trip if a fast express train an
automobile, an airplane were available; nor would you
choose a fast horse to travel a forty-mile distance if a
1< ord car were available.
m So it is in travelling on this "Road to Market'" You
might find your market SOMETIME by using the ox-team
sort of publicity���the poster, sign board, etc., and other-'
cheapo mediums, but why not eliminate time and distance
and annoyance and disappointments by taking the fast
express or the car to YOUR MARKET���which is typified
by mouern, aggressive and adequate newspaper advertis-
~      j branch of agriculture followed is giv-
I en, making the directory of very
: special value Lo business firms, or fo
parties seeking to identify others by
their occupation. Towns as largo as
Nelson, with populations over 6,000
are thus described, and its inhabitants directoried, equally with the
smaller settlements on flic hanks of
the Upper Skcena, with only half a
dozen inhabitants.
A clasified business directory, with
all the business men of Ihe province
classified under 1,035 different classi-
iications, is given, forming a valuable
business mailing list of the province.
At the end of the directory of trade
names, brands and trademarks, so
that the merchant or- householder
who knows'only the trade name can
immediately find on. reference the
manufacturer or agent in British Columbia who makes or handles the required line of goods.
As part of the programme to make
the work -useful to the business interests of-the province at a time when
it is attracting attention abroad, the
publishers are planning to distribute
copies in the leading hotels and reading rooms in the United States.
The very remarkable work has one
more point of distinction, inasmuch
as the new British Columbia directory published by tlie Wriglcy Company has been put into type, printed
and bound in .the city of Vancouver.
The volume is an evidence of the excellent work local publishers can produce in the art of book production.
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You can write a good ad.?
A Circa t Roscommon f!eii
An American spending his holidays
in County Roscommon. Ireland, fell
into conversation with a farmer who
was feeding his hens.
"I guess, Pat, you haven't as good
hens as. we have in the States."
"Perhaps not," said Pat.
"I'll t II you," said the Yankee, "a-
bout a hen my mother had. She
went otu one day and ate a feed of
corn, and returned and laid twelve
eggs. She went out the next day and
ate a feed of corn, and laid twelve
more eggs. She went out. the third
day and returned and laid twelve
more eggs. She went out the fourth
day and hatched seventy-two chicks
out of thirty-six eggs. Now, that
is the hind of hens we have in the
States."
"Well", said' Pat, "I'll tell you a-
Jbout a half-blind hen my mother had.
She ate a feed of saw-dust thinking
it was oatmeal. She    went to hei
nest and laid a plank twelve loot
long. She ate more saw-du^t the
next; day, and again laid a plank
twelve feel. long. Again on flic tmid
day, she a to more sawdust, and hud
another twelve-foot plank blip ,til
oil' the three 'planks /u\<\ hatched
three kitchen chairs, a sola, one
ta bio and a mahogany ohctt ol dtaw-
ers. "Now," said Pat, with a (winkle
in his eye, "that is the kind ci a hen
we have in Roscommon."
, The typographical union at Nev
Westminster showed its lojalty bj
purchasing  a   bond.
The merchant should he getting
enthusiastic just now about Ins phus
for the Christmas trade. \\ h\ let so
many dollars go out of Mission City.
lit.   l!on..S��{   ROHERT   1JOKDEN  Opening (he VUn'ovy'-J^an Ca^pai^n
at 's.'oi'o-Wo  j}��roro Thousands of  Poople.     See   Vic(oi-y, in : His HOye.
C.-\I��TUKI5S  OX Id  TEUiXDJiUU
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Western Canada scored high' al
Ihe International Soil-Products Exposition at Kansas City capturing a
total of one hundred and four prizes.
These include first, second, third and
sweepstakes in oats: first, second
third and sweepstakes in barley; firs!
and second in flax. Seager Wheeler
of Rosthern, Saskatchewan, won firs!
sweepstakes and the !?.7j00 silver cup
offered by the Canadian Pacific Rait-
way Department of Colonization and
Development for the .best half bushel
cf hard spring wheat. If. 13. Shecloy
of High .River. Alberta, was second
in fin's competition. Nick Taitingor
of Chireholni, Alberta, won first, and
sweepstakes for barley; Province of
Manitoba first for state vegetable collection; Kildonan first for county
vegetable collection.
!ji I (ifi.39 was the delinquent (axers
on ten acres in Port Coquitlam, and
E. D. Folwell has purchased the ton
acres from the city. The property is
about, two-miles from the depot and
near (he old Simpson  ranch.
P. Riley of Port Moody .-has purchased .loo Dec's express ' delivery
business.
On Saturday last the medical
l-.valth officer of Langley lifted tho
ban on public gatherings. Services
were held on Sunday.
Mrs.   T.   Mallard   gave   a   farewell
banquet   io  a   large   number   of   the '
military   men   stationed   at   Port   Co-
quitlaui' before the camp  broke up.
The Pacitic Const ruction company
at Port Coquitlam has built'a splendid three storey hotel of I (12 rooms
for tho accommodation of the man
working in  their yards. '
n'.ut cup was c\ ux ui re mere,     we t.v:.-^.^-.
Cur. itiifjcl to it.     It seemed part of tho !<;��� " " "
eszi-.bMshed    order    of    things.     One
cn-ild as easily imagine the boy push-
i'-'Z   it   to   one   :;hle   or  tlie  other,  as
imagine
Nils u!>seitiiv; the grr-at  Pyramid.
GfiR day lyst week" wo got a shod
Intn  our   oHice  trippnrl   Ihr> "young-
r.for with his cap til tod niUishlv ��� > v * ��� i
c    :  ��� "��� ���-.
V. i..;'s   fi:e   n-.::iHT,   ui-iV"
cjii'-t.-d.    ���'Celling   tho   (hi':"'
arrl    he   brisked   out   aitain
trrjfjhiir..'��   lo   explain.    Put
}uy>. ilis.'-avcred  the truth.
!:arn:i S.'ihaiD.iiiij.'s-y used
his hat square'Sfl a< rcss his I'ori1-
V'.'Z'A. I'm the new . irsidcnl of U"-e
C. P. R.-ils fir< CaiHdian In n
prc-u'ilr'fit���Mr. I'J. W. P"atiy, invariably nirrifs his chapoan tilled at a
rakish  angle.
Then; arc wliisp"i-s :-':i!'y d"''".! !ho
wu  r:i-
"i\0!l!\"
without
we   have
1:
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(<    ,1:,'\    !l!!'>    il!-;
w i' !���   ni'-o- i,,_;,
r!-M!   s"-!l:!t"   firptvc::   and   Iraki'
i!"'U    and    condui'iors   ;';!    over    ih-'-
IX '"'if) miles a-il m  o|  Uio C. P. R
aT'c uiving  their headgear a shove to
4he erisf.
���\ I'oi'Mi'erfhil travel'or thr'>"gh t',o
V\'t st.   wim   \]\\-i  "S' ;-r "1
rvsiein   I'-ini;   tro  i '������)    d
line  to i:������.���<>  t" e  I'l'i'!'::-. f.-t-u   j|,<   tie!
Ost,    font hold.    !iu.!!:l io::t3d    to    ii=   .10"
this   inn! ri!>s ' thai   he   !>:-id   s'^��� ?i lir !1
hfv's in l!>c 0,  P.' U.  h.-f.-is r'������.-(  th< -,;-
w:!h    their    <-[v^   viM'r^'.y- n"f    thdi
ht"";!s  tine   l'-ri""!:is;Con;   ''" ir  >",'.''?���
like   f)ri��ari   ore.irieatr;     Me s-iv,   Ihei
in   more   than   n;n:  of   Mie   ('.   p    R
and   wh:i'
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if    the    new
tl'-ro'iKho'ii    !.!)(>    .���
rjii'qv'aiiF-iiri'-i?     it
gauec.
T<">Io'-rr:::'h   nt'>~"^'its
o'l'i'C? of t !te (\   r> ��� v ��� | . ,.
been    widely    -t fT?>.-* ci     iy
���niov-mnnt i'i  hat:--'-   'f'he wo
t.llP'  OTO-lf    Ar."!':'   .���.'������(���   f'.^"-;
real,   and   in   ti;..   ('_
"V7hinipes'   p;;,-!   Culv.r;
Pei.'l,   S"arf'-'l v   o-->��i    'i'n'
tSiai   retaic3   the   old
eliefl    ivriv
\'i      I'l'll'v'1
impossibiO
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of  !���
/���W/BKATTY       ���   ')
-    New 0."P.''R. ''President,
level.    The fJealtjr a'agle is the thing
now. ���-' "   ���
Even tho chaps associated with the
| Canadian  Pacific Ocean Services  (re-
o   woru'iinvseiifing ono of the largest passcn-
 ''���"''   'te"ts   in   the   world),   with   tha
C. P. R. western lands with their
-re;a .$17,000,000 irrigation scheme
and ready-made farms, and with the
mining and smelting interests of the
C. P. R. on the Pacific Coast���even
, ilw men linked <:p wit!, thcs��- C. T. R.
|suli.-!di;iric.i hav > yielded, R is said,
l.o t.:o lure of the   "ted cap.
IL is even whispered that a few of
fl .; older locomotives with  the wide-
! brimmed  H\p', on sn, Jccstacks of the
ina-" or  issn  hnvo taken  to  wear-
','   I heir   hiiiicred   crowns   a  bit   to
side.
W"   tu'.k'-d   the   kid   about   it   this
Nionnn.!;,   v h^ii   he came   in   wearing
!'ia  cip ;it   i>n   even   Pcattyler angle
ihan   yest.vi:Niy.    "p0  you   really   ex-
p''ei   to bo  j,..-.;.;idem  0f tho C.   P.  R.
y.n<v.(, ���..day?".   ���'Kvcry   follows   got   a
t lij-.iifc."- he  r">.iined.    "Put,"  we ex-
It -1-iinod. "M,-. Pcatty went to Toronto
he. 1'niversH.y   and   studied   law.   and���"
1"Vt rTlisifs just it,"   he  said.    "He   was
a  kiv.-ver to start with and look
!::lt!- (iosie���-just  throegh  wearing
a  ean  like   11 j I.--.    n<;n't   try "to   tell
"   l;iir-''   yet   a   chance���and   here
,'^t���.���!���:hr;^at U:e bottom rung and
"'���!:'���::;;   ut-j."    'Tbit."   we   urged,��� pa-
':'!y.   '!<'H barter to be  ria:lu  than
he _:-r^!iJpnt." "Yen," said the kid,
a b =averdamsite better to be
It. | on]
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Ph ���>';���:
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f'e
ppve   the corner 'of  his cap  q
Shaiii,hno.;:;y ,ya:;k( a;.d weat out whistling.
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^m^^mmmi^^^^^^m^mmm. ���������'  '���������      .PAGE SIX  THE "XWmGBS ������*!������������������  ARBQTSP-������nD' B'  c.  (Prom  Ji'rnyfsr  I  Somebody   -remarked     the    oilier  dav     u      he  provincial   government  S .view  the idea of giving    he  armor cheaper  powder lo;^  land     There  is  nothing  (.hut  wouK.  assist the farmer so 'much as, cheap  powde.     Possibly with   llio- return  of The Hokller and the inducement to  get him on  to the land if migh to  possible for the government to ha/c  ���������^Whilo^o"question of ^king the  returned  soldier to  go  on   the  land  l8   under   discussion   these   days    U  would   seem   rather  out, oi   ale.  son  to  ask him  to  take  up   land  a  great distance from the larger cities  o    the province���������going from the o-  dtement of the battlefield back mo  the wilds of the province is too  big  <   change-     Why" not place the soldier on ������������ land so that he can m a  few  hours go  to a large city  roi   a  holicVay     He will need  holidays   He  l������i     want to be away from the   and  nuite   often   during   the  year   tor   a  ?e"t     To  do  this he  will  not  wan  o^b'e coming and going for days at  a  time- as  it  would  cost  too  much.  ?n   ac     t would be cruelty to ask a  man  to  go  away back  one hundred  or more miles into a new cauntiy to  talce un the. land no matter what the  nducements  might be.    The so die  drriiK   bis  stay  in   Prance  had   his  da ; ob to Paris or to Blighty and  be'has" en joyed  these so mucnh;  Vo   will   want   to   continue  visits   to  the city or cities of the province oc-  cassionally. ..  Resides'settlement in  some  place  near large centres would be of mo e  value to the province than out o   the  -     vnv settlements, far from ihe maiJv  ets'of the province.    Millions o   doL  lars each year are paid out to mmg  io?d into the city of Vancouver and  New  Westminster.    Were the^e set  loments of  soldiers  close  to   tians-  po ta ton t)iey  would   be of  greater  Assistance in the gilding up oj the  province, and the products coul 1 be  landed  in  the  cities  and  sold  at a  vW much more reasonable price a.  tSus reduce the high cost ot imng  And another matter that v,culu uc  o'f ^ery great importance is thai,  .he  Jovernmont would be at less expou^  in  building  roads  in   i   Par">   *?"  led  country than in  a new cou.dij.  The writer if  this article  :ias    ������  miid  a number of very good  trac s  of land  that would  make very suitable areas .for settlement should the  soldiers t.6 on  the  land.       Oik.   ^  these   is   close  to     Mission     Gitj--  between  Mt.  Mary Ann  west to sa>  Coda?  Valley   road  and   west  ahout  a mUe     This would    include    from  no?    acres upwards of    good    land  that  will   produce  the  ver>   best  o.  small fruits.    No better    land    auj  where than  that of    Knight _ TJroo.  c-      bo   gotten   for   the   growing   of  ���������       Small fruits and this is included in  that district.    There are other tracts  that are good producers at tae P.es  enf time.     Only    about    one-quaiti  of all this land is now under culu-  v-ition      U costs about $200 an aero  STeur   this   land   with   powder   at  ?Ur>l>  tor  fifty pounds.     Mos- pro  uahiy   much   of   this   could   he  purchased reasonably and w th cheapo  powder could be easily cleared.  Some advantages in having this  sotued would- be that :It won Id be  for the welfare of Mission City, an  excellent transportation system ������  already available; the Klng-Beacn  Manufacturing Company would ui -  rinnbtedly contract for tho majoi  part o? the fruit that could be raised  Sn this land for years; and then  there are the advantages of our  schools  to  be  taken  into  considera-  Li������"|iere are other tracts of land of  a Hlmihar nature in the Praser Val-  lr-v Maple Ridge from the btavo  fver west; Matsqui district from tie  ���������V.��������� south to tho boundary lino a-  ;(;;ig Uie Mt. Lehman rldgo and oth-  ."��������� ������r Without enlarging on this scheme  which would place tho .bettloi I  (>lose proximity to good ma Rcu  and fair transportation, the write  1 eves the scheme Ih worthy the  Son of those who are, ook g  for land with a view to placing the  soldier   thereon.  just 8ocl^w~^u7ne^rroacl  foreman is fixing up our sidewalks  lul0w that "Fred" would do that lit  tie  thing for us  if  he ever had  an  opportunity.   It is very nice indeed  and  all  appreciate  the    change    ot  policy for1 Mission City.    Surely one  is  not being slipped over    on    the  nremier while he is away in Ottawa.  Now  if  the front street is fixed up  as   nicely  as  the  sidewalks  Mission  Sty will Put on a new appearance  ���������nu\   strangers   when   they   come   to  ^\vn wm feel that it is a good Pa-  t0 he.    And that is one of the little  things that we want.  I    TlllOI'OWKKOK ADVJOItTISINU  The success oTthT' Victory,, Loan  Campaign throughout the V���������1"*  must stand forever as a proof olw. at  good organh/afion and /.ealous sa eb-  manHhip can-do. If is in no way��������� cU3.-  ogatory of these if we say that it was  Preeminently a proof of the power  oi' newspaper advertising and public-1  1 '^lQverv  other moans  .of    publicity  wl,l    paralyzed.       Public    meeting  -ere  prohibited,   parados   were  c    -  coVledSvon open-air gatherings we o  discouraged.    The 'P"^1*   ���������;t���������_  occupied. - Dinners and clih feat he i  ln������'s  were impossible.    All   the  oi  narv methods, outside of newspape s  of informing the public nund nml ol.  Koneral ing enthusiasm were    bnnud.  On top  of these  was tho depress.o  due to the epidemic   and nioMaUl  of all in the -llnal days ot  the cam  paigni ,thc news, of peace.  Pach succeeding dimcully was met  by tie press of the province with a  ^r''orte0ecKo;r,was1rende:-ec.  ^iariy^cult by a Blmulut^ou;  order from the government to ieduce  ?lS consumption of white paper b -  orvevirn column thereiore had ,o b .  dedu.'fd from a reduced space o>  netn Puhlicity committees, rca --  ne'the situation, used generous paid  corv'tlu'inprcliaius backed them up  !?n, free reading ^M,,.; ilonftte.1  hast, lor-u and has probably USU'V 'lf  i equalled before in ihte prov.n^, not  'even in a political campaign.  if riv miners arc worthy of special  Jnuon it I the weekly ones, whose  staffs in many instances wc , .educ  ed bv the influenza, and who ga^c  without stint often where they could  ��������� ill afford to do so. ���������  The-campaign proved two thinfe^  It  proved  the unselfishness and  pa  ���������'riot^ni of the editors, and it demonstrated beyond question that d ere is  no   combination   of  adverse   circum  stinces which can defeat any ^orth,  camSSgn behind which Is ranged intelligent and adequate advei using.  Vancouver World.  KKASKK    YAIA.VA'   XL<A>,  ���������    ���������   ^^^^^������^������^*������-������r?^i:rr:-^^'���������?^���������-,^  -' I,' f���������f~rj'**m23r'2..a/y.'sr'.-���������������������������  ///I ".  Mont J.  R-  Cameron,  son ol    lev.  .'^   (:amm-on   of   i'ort   Coquitlam,  iina ������iicd in  lOnghind of pucumonuu  '   The  council   of   the  city  ol   loit  Couuitlam has insl.rud.od City Sonci,.-  or   o proceed  with the preliminaries  n regard to the procedure to gottlo.  city charter amended by ^J  tiire at the n-ert session.     I his ib   n  accordance with the agreement w������ h .  id  municipality  ^'V^!  inking fund and payment ol .������tore.  The  married  men will  bo    I0U^M  home   from   England   lirst  attei   demobilization. .'  The  Surrey  suholn  re-opened     on  Monday last.  Another dyking scheme hasi been  put up to the fanners ot Sunns  Priirio     This  unit takes m  all  the  amrBoutn  or tin* VC-K;,"\licrJme0?:  Unite action  was taken at, the meet  ing on Friday last.  The soldiers are not salisiled with  M,r appointment of W. II. Mclnnes to  [ o Jo it ion of Civil Service Comnns-  hmor, and rightly demaju hat  position be thrown open agl s.o tlic  soldiers can have the opportunity ol  making  application.  George  Stanley  Cairns of  Cloycr-  d.^-las issued an injunction again*  % n'^inunicipaiity in the ma ter o  ll.o   Wade   Road   Resumption   ������>!;;������������������  -  MR, claiming that, the bylaw is ui  v res and  for a mandatory in.iuction  Our advice to our regular cuslomcia  aiul any prospective custnraeis, l, to  b, v their Christmas Groceries NOv\.  y0?rtee will not be any less, ^whUo  now you-will have-your choice of the  ho<d- for this season.  Our Slock of Christmas Groceries   is  now. complete.  Don't forget your Daily Bieacl.  Uuuuae  Nu,   8-2U03li  c  M  m  ������������A'  &mw  ***,  Wconso  No.   0-1088  L1?E,   Grocer   and   BaKer  lo havo  the  lfi  o  land  road  The B    C.   Hop    Company    have  h Jn Piping  potatoes  by  the  ca,-  load tor evaporation, butt he "WJ-*  only 60,per cent, of an average ciop  aJe-n Sumas prairie. ���������  d1     The Canadian government has now  '    ' raised the embargo on potatoes  A snecial thanksgiving service^as  held at St. Paul's church on Sunc������  last to commemorate the cessation  of hostilities.  Dr. Sutherland of Port Coquitlam  has authorized the re-opening; ot the  schools which took place oi Mond. >  last, the "flu" epidemic jusuiiing  that course.  -��������� .'oof strip .)f  taken frem his property by this  restored to him. ^wi-il  AL Surrey on  Sunday  last s o^.i  thank,*ivi..g   services   were   hole    n  ihe  Surrey  Anglican     cliuic.n,     kcn  George iM. Morgan olbciaLing.  ���������Vancouver   is   all   lit   up   and   the  neoplehave somewhere to go again.  PCOwing to the closing of the.schools  in   the Valley  in some places  loi  n-4r period than one month the  lookers1 would not be entitled o be  paid for any period in excess ot one  onth so the school law says, but  Im-elvthis will not be enforced  bm6lpon Coquitlam and Coquitlam  municipalities now smile at o������.cii  other once again; the school aiftu  ences being all settled ro(luil-  The "Antonios" at Port Coqua  lam awaits the underwater fitting*  to be  See me now about that Insurance  Etc.  I have a large ancKsplendid supply ..of  Raspberry Canes for mle allow pnoes;  Finest quality.  Abbo-tsfeid  .waits   l������1'-   ���������������������"������ .. _   hrv  installed and she will then  be  re  udy for launching  Housekeeping-"the biggest business in the world" is easier loi ad-  answerers than for other people.  Put advertising FIRST for a ^nn-  in your task of making a better s.oie  why  vou eve;  pa-  Then you will wonder       .  failed to advertise in the weekly  per. "        , ������������������   ���������AccordinT^oTkinTo't Spain who  was watching a printing pre*, iun  out the printed- sheets a pnntin^  press is a "machine for roasting pol-  iticians  ;xa������  ���������A.  23JK#J5K  Mrs. C. Dahlias leased her  to J. J. Mead  formerly of  Langley  nurseries at Langley  Farmers' and Traveler  trade solicited.  Newly-Furnished ���������  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY.  PROPR1ET  HUNTINGDON, B   C.  ^V  President, Hope Alanson    Secretary, N. HU1  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held Fir&t Monday of Each Month  WHtP the secretary regarding manufacturing sitei  er information-r������gardin? the farm a^^Jf asGl  SL district and industries already established       ;|  Now U.tho tlm. to get your supply of Butter.Wra������������n *|  summer months.  Get tkem at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  TAXADA'S GREATEST SOLDIEI1 : ;   /,  niecfe.  ...^iib.f;.^^i>������fi������.  Ife^^&^^^^^^^^^^^^S^i^^^W^M^^^^^^B^^Si Fraser valley record'  ���������THE ABBOTSFORD POST '  Published Every, Friday  i  J. A. BATES, Editor, and Proprietor  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1 9IS  When tho Oliver govenimouf, hns piis'sod out of power, which will ho after the Jie.vi. eleclion, there will bo  ono outstanding fonturo fo remember it hy when the  hiutoriiuiM, the people, begin io record (he doings of  our wiirtinic govorniiicnt. That outstanding featuro  will bo Ihe Oliver government's neglect of its obliga-'  ' tlons to the province- ��������� obligations thai aid in the set.  tleinont of the country mid'maintaining 'business ������<ii  usual' during war fimo; and asvny and above this will  be the renieiubninco of double taxation at a time when  the people^ needed all their energies fo help win the  war.  Wo know how I lie Oliver government has neglected  our.roads nnd trails in Dewdney. It must be the same  in other parts of the province. Wo read in the Vancouver SUN "that settlors in large numbers ha'vo been  driven out of the Prince George district, although they  were men of splendid pioneer stock and possessed of  capital." This is not in accordance with the policy as  announced years ago by Honest John'when he inherited the leadership of the opposition after i\Jacdonald resigned. Then lie was Quite loquacious about what  should bo done for the new seltler.  The other point of double taxation came as a thunderbolt upon the people of the province who had remained at home ^t.o carry on." And when a full treasury was attained tlie government sat Light at Victoria  and perhaps ridiculed ihe many requests of the people  for just tho small necessary expenditure's.  After the soldiers come home John wont he worth  the powder very long, but digging potatoes on the.  Delta can be put into full swing again. ���������  The war looks ended when we read of the hoys coming home. Some have been promised jobs, some hayo  signified (lioir intention of going or. to the land while  other will be looking for 'jobs. There has been much  said of what should be done for the returned soldier  hut it seems to us that it will he a case of get. out and  hustle in British Columbia, unless some arrangements  are under way that * we know nothing of. AVe see no  great praparations being made for the future of our  boys, by the government. 'Will some one not tell the  Premier that the"Avar is over and that the boys will  soon be home, and that he must put a stop lo the talking and show something of real value, for them.  The great Victory Loan was a grand success���������  grander than we thought. It shows that the people of  Canada are quite in accord with the idea of making  provision for the return of the-soldiers after the war.  Tho people have put it up to the governments.  In reading our exchanges which have arrived since  the close of the Victory Loan, one cannot but help  admiring the patriotism and pride of the different  parts of the province. The patriotism and pride in  what the district are in each case legitimate. Away  up in Northern B. C. a little community did oxcellent  in subscribing for the Victory Loan. They excelled  themselves, and (hen cogratulafe themselves by saying  something like following 'lev/ places in the province  will make and better showing.' fin anothor place a-  bout the same size the people show their pride by  stating that it is 'another record for the whole Dominion." Another community says of itself 'we question if it can be boat in the whole of Canada.'  It would seem that each fonmpjnity during the Loan  started out to do its mightiest, forgsUing that other  communities were doing the s:>mo. It was this kind  of spirit which placed the loan double to what the  government asked for.    All honor to Canada.  An ex-president of the United States once said that,  the people wanted rest and reassurance."  The kind of "reassurance" that best fits in with the  typical business man, however; is the reassurance that  comes to a man who is fighting-���������and winning; who is  struggling���������and Lightening his grip on things.  Me can find no reassurance whatever in reaction, in  "rest", in slopping the strife. These things appeal  only to tiie typo of-man described by another American  statesman as "weakling."  The business man does not shirk strife and struggle  ���������but he objects fo the fight being "fixed," to less than  "a square deal."  ft is Just at this time when "rest" is the objective of  the incapable business man, and the struggle the daily  lot of theh capable one, that new alignments are in the  "making" in the business community. Soon there will  emerge a "revised" roll-call of successful men, from  the stress and press of unfavorable business conditions. If will contain the names of those who found  their "reassurance" in the light, not In "rest". .It will  contain the names cf men who, under nnfavoring conditions, developed into judicious advertisers, aggressive users of newspaper space; and it will not contain  the names of any business men who concluded that  advertising cost too much when times were dull.  and a half.    Their, the head goes to  the commission  merchant.    I.-le lives on Riverside    Drive    and    pays  $2,000 a year for his apartment, and keeps an automobile.    Ho spends $7.,000 a year to live.    Next the- cab-  ' bage is sent to the wholesaler.     He lives on West End  1 avenue.     He pays $1,800. for. his apartment and keeps  a. seven passenger car.    He sends tho cabbage fo the  jobber "who   lives  in  an   apartment  which ��������� costs   hliu  $1,000 a year���������on Broadway, keeps an/automobile and  spends- $5,000 a yer.r.     From him the cabbage goes to  tho retailer, who lives in a $700 apartment on a side  street, has la corner store for wliicji  he pays $12.j i.  month  rent, keeps two delivery  wagons at a cost of  $ NO a month, and spends $2,500 a year on living. Kin-  ally the cabbage gets to'the consumer.    He lives in an  ' apartment for which lie pays $40 a month. He rides in'  'the trolly car or fhe-sub-way,  he spends all  he  can  make or a little more to live, and he pays 13 cents for '  that'head of cabbage.  Tho cost of living would be reduced if the farmer  and:ihe consumer eliminated the middlemen and dealt  direct. ,  maBBsxssEaamimmm'Mii.m'm.i.ti.-  When the present government took' over the P.O. 13.  this paper called attention to the fact that if was very  likely it would make enough election ,material',.by the  time the next election came around to make things  good and interesting.. If looks as though that might  bo the case and the Oliver government will have to  do some tall explaining to. satisfy a critical public.  The leader of the opposition cannot keep his secret  any longer and he has given a story to the press. The  Critic of Vancouver has,the folloAving fo say:  "There is a million dollar smile, a,million dollar  girl, a million-dollar baby, and now l.lrilish Columbia-has a.mililon dollar boob. -His name is Honest  John, ��������� Premier of British Columbia, who drove a  hard and fast -.bargain with Messrs Foley, Welsh  and Stewart, owners of the iP. G. E. Hy., by which  the province was .to obtain ownership of this road  and all its equipment, supplies, plant, etc.  "Through an .error in i:e-writing the draft agreement, .the clause relating to atschedule of all equipment .to .be taken oyer:by the government was omitted and a blanket .clause, substituted that evidently  under the law did not stand tlie, test, and Messrs  Foley, Welsh and Sewart, or Iheir agents, have  gathered up all the equipment along the right of  way and either .sold .it, .or had it shipped to the  United States.  "Acting-Premier Little Lord Fauntleroy Parris  declines fo give any explanation, and says that  Hones.t .John has his explanation prepared for the  next session of the legislature. The.agreement was  drawn up by a Victoria firm of Liberal lawyers.  Evidently they are living up to their Liberal principles. We should expect, however, lhat after the  agreement y/as perfected, that it would have passed  through the hands of the attorney-general. If it  did, it simply passed through his hands; his eyes  saw it not.  "The legislature then enacted an act legalizing  the agreement, and the Liberals praised Honest  John for having made a. good bargain, and Honest  John has passed into the million dollar class.  "W. J. Bowser has been carrying this news in his  hip pocket for many weeks, but he evidently could  not wait for the opening of    the    house    before  springing it, so he sent the story to his favorite paper, the Province.     Surely British Columbia should  thank the fates that gave us Honest John as Premier, THE MILLION DOLLAR BOOB."  As most people understood  the  agreement at the  time it was lftade the equipment was to pass into the  hands of ho government.    The best laid plans of men  and mice���������  It may be that the Premier may have an explanation  of the matter that will satisfy both the leader of opposition and the people, and he may not. The next  session will tell.  A down east editor has fathomed the reason why  men do not go to church. He has seven reasons, to  wit.  The Sunday newspaper, the automobile,, tiresome  and dry sermons, the collection baskets, failure to  reach the barber shop on time Saturday night, misplaced collar buttons and the lure of the Sunday morning  nap. Almost anyone should be able to select an excuse from this list.  A Nova Scotia farmer got up early the beginning of  the month to build the fire and dropped dead before  he had accomplished. No wife who really loves her  husband, in these days when husbands are so hard to  get, would permit him to incur such a risk.  The war has taken the "un" out of nearly everything  but  unconditional surrender.       An  unsinkable  ship has been snk, an unbeatable army has been beat-  -en, and "the unscrutablp. has been unscrewed."  Gormany's greatest work of art is that final "bust"  of tho kaiser. ,  The following reason is given for the high cost of  living in New York. It.casts much illumination upon  the much discussed high cost of living. A cabbage is  raised by a farmer in Connecticut. The comparatively  small farmer will send 1800 to 2000 heads of cabbage to Nov/ York.    For one head lie receives a cent  Germany has always misrepresented. She misrepresented the power of her army; she had not the true  conception of her navy; the Kaiser was to cook his  Barter eggs in Paris this year; when she signed the  arniBtice she was ahungering, so she told the world,  but it is found that food has been hoarded in Germany  and they have enough food for the winter.  There will be no subs when the Yanks are yanking  their soldiers back from France.  ext Iss  irectory 'Closes JJec  , IT you are contemplating taking new service or making any changes in your present  service, you should send in notification in  writing,not later than the above date in order  (hat you may be listed in; the new directory.  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WfclGLEY DIRECTORIES, Ltd.  510-01!}   METROPOLITAN   P.LDG.  a  11 ������*-S ERASER VABLEYREGORD  '""'"-"rTrj'irrTgm'rfri  JflSI  isiting  Cards  '.,; '������������������������������������ ''j1 ���������������������������"���������' -������������������'���������'���������  roper  Ol vJi V- ���������  ;;whpl:^;adlver-:  ;;T^is;|pap^^  ^circulation"^  :-will^re^^  .sp|nds,ihis^mon^  ;proyihee^f������^  :v;;an):i assortment;.-;;������;?-.^  paper thiat will insure  a perfect and artistic piece of work,  ..-;-��������� ;Wfenvn^  well executed piece of printed  m ^ter, whether it is business  ;;siaiione^  ��������� or::any of ;tlie;.nu.m^  ed Articles* examine it care-  full^ and you will invariably  find that it is the product of  this office^ The intelligent  Business :. /Men j Farmer and  Fruit Grower alike demands  and receives  lagers  ';ms0:/M:i  ���������������������  ft  ��������� ���������  /Mission City  ^  *������i PAGE SIX  THE ABBOTSFORD  POST, '. ABBOTSFORD,   B.   C.  ������**>!f}tpr*i\**2jmi9rm  3KT~  ���������awn:  ZiyrZfSSE  j?h=  SSggTSSSggi. .:SS3SJ!yj '���������!.. ������'.lIL������ItiJL,l.iai!i; ���������lil.L.'-J  ;    ������������������ SIMPLIFYING TH  :i������7  ;earch for  IMC . AlWrtOilANT Knows- Hull every nrl.iclc in his  aloro iK :i bargain for -SOu! !0LU)I.)Y���������for somebody  who lives in liis sLore-LCi'i'ilory.  Tho reiil. estate opera.!or nut! agent know that every  H piece .61' properly on thoir lists is a "bargain" for SOMbJ-  M OiS'Jil���������for someone-who lives here,' or hereabouts or comes  from (lie prairies.  The-landlord knows Unit his tenaulloss store or office,  or house,  or, apartment  is exactly  what SOMEBODY  is g  IM looking for���������somebody who MAY live    actually    in  the  Hi neighborhood.  The  householder, v/ith a  furnished'room    to    rent,  M knows that, to SO.UEONE in town it would appeal as the M   w.lU.h ^thc o^wiii go;  $1 prettiest "one-room home" possible to find. & silver of age and vouiii and  '������������������ m{  The owner of a "used bur. usc-Hii" article <of value. 1:0 m$  ffj longer personally neeukd, knows that, to SGIVn'0nOi)Y in  . The  Civilization's -KopTy  Now that the-. Hun's clay al' vauuf-  1 ing iii over, it is iiil.erost.ing l.o recall  some of the earlier poems and cartoons l.hat 1,'oresaw Germany's Day of  Reckoning. ''Chief among the poems  iof t hiit .time is "Givili'/at.ion'.s Reply" :  j to fbo toast, "j)ur Vug," UiaUhas'  I hooii on every German ailhier's lips  jthese many years. The: i'f';^m Is hy  ! Henry Chapell, a' railway porter of  $ j Bath, aiul appeared in the London  Daily .Express in the early months,  of the war.  You'boasted the Day, and you toasted  the  Day'.'  And now tho Day has come,  Blasphemer., braggart and coward all,  Little you reck of the numbing ball,  Tho   blasting shell;  or  the    "White  Ann's"  fall,  As  th'?.y speed  poor humans homo.  !TOffl.a'a:igJBS3gg^;'.::r,^;2Er^^^  to  m ! You' spied for the Day, and you lied  h-'1 '1 for   the   Day,  f\nd  woke the  Day's rou spleen;  $]; Monster, who asked God's aid divine,  j Then   strewed   tho   seas    with     the  I -ghastly  mine���������  1 Not; all the waters of all  the Rhine,  i Can   wash   thy   foul   hand   clean.  You dreamed for (he Day, you schemed for I ho" Day,  ^110 v/i 1   (ho  c h a n ce  (0  ���������������* would be welcome.  buy  it a.t a  reasonable  cash   price  For nil oi" iher.z jjeopZc, ndvcrlishsy hi this newK-  ]>s>per affords the only practical way {0 fh?d their  v.$}H.'i'hil ���������s:-.o!?Hxi.,o{i5i-s"e���������io !i;o into the crowd ami  l.uek'ouj, unciTJH-i'ly, ihe "ng'nt people."    j:     ::  >nmo  .,( Defenccless'slain for never a crime)  Thou  art sLcc|)cd  in blood as hog in  clinic���������  liaise friend and coward foe.  WASH   MOTOIt   UTL'il   H'-.SIOSJ-INM  V.EVOUR AWi?(i NKIY OHj  oi.l   111  C:\X.\i)LAX   CLARIS  AKFSI.\(;   Oi'T   OF   WAli   f  The Govei-nmont has  directed   tlie  preparation, of   a   list   of   claims   by  Canadians arising out of the illegal  methods of  warfare  by  the enemies  during the war.    These claims arise  through the torpedoing of ships with-  jouL  warning,   the aerial   bombing of  unfortiiied places, and commandeering or requisitioning    without    com-  ,,    . pensnlion,   destruction   and;   similar  >e  conciensecL in   the   .,,      { nct . Canadian  craukcase and   picked  up  by the  oil ( cJaims ,are   largely   limited   to   the  Jirst  class .mentioned.       The  claims  Our.advice to our regular customers  and any prospective customers,    is  j   buy their Christmas Groceries  We have Xmas Puddings and Cakes,  Xmas Candy and all kinds of ,Nuu���������  supplies limited in the latter line.  Don't forget your Daily Bread.  License  No.  8-:>a5SS   .  License  No.   C-1088  LEE, >Grocer   and   B-aKer  ^5 <a^;���������agigjijii.j^^  , ., .1  &  5i7i(^-TiWgCT^^^  SE25E  *i^  See me now about that Insurance  o  9  9 J  ii *LV>������ a  :}  L,  1  Xr  \^>������  11  I-Jow often should the  e/ s:'ne bo ch.mfred? Tins ' (tcror.tis  on the car���������ihe rule which might  L'3 perfect .\i,v cue car might ducli  ruin for &no;I;c-i\ ijinpha.sif! f.iiniilil  ���������be laid 0!i '.'u- fact, ti-at. the f:i.--  iiuoiu.y wi !i which lbs o..'i should 1  be changed depends l;irgely on how  much fuel vapor makes its way past  the pistons to be condensed in the  craukcase and  which  it  gradually  dilutes.    The   1  ol  the pistons allects this matter to ,._,_(.,    ,��������� ,'         .. ,.,.,          ,    ,,          ?  ���������, _               t    ,. ,         ....         .. relate;  co loss ot  hie,  as Ave     as of  some extent,   but periceuon   0    car- ,.V���������,W1.,,.      ,    ..    ,.     '   . .   .      ,  ,        ....             ',  .                ; ,. property.    A   turther   list is  also  to  buration is tuo most important iactor ,..,���������,.,,,*',���������,.���������,.. ,���������    .  .       .      .  1 l i;y nude covering ciaims for damages  The  time   to   change  is   when   ihe arising out of breaches of contracts  You have sown for the Day, you have  grown for the Day,  Yours is the harvest red;  Can you hear Ihe groans and the aw-.  ful crimes?  Can  you  see the  heaps of the slain  that lies  And sightless turned  to the    llamo-  split skies  The glassy eyes of the dead?  You   have   longed   for   the  Day you- -|!  have wronged for the Day  That  lit the  awful   flame,  'Tis nothing to you that hill and plain  Yield sheaves'of dead    men    among  the grain;  That  widows  mourn for their loved  ones slain,  And  mothers curse thy name.  But  after the Day,  there's price  to  pay,  For  the  sleeper   under  the sod,  And He you have mocked for marij  a day���������  Listen and hear what He has to say:  "Vengeance is mine, I will repay,'���������'  What can YOU say to God?  L have a large and spl^ndid su ppiy of  Raspberry Caao.'--, for salt at low prices.  Finest quality.'  A, McCallum  Abfcotsfeid  v* ���������SjjS^jjjj'jwffiiB'iS^  zaz  j^-m.-wwgggsr  ..1* -a < ,iSS  body of the oil is reduced fo such a  point that if no longer makes a sufficient good lubricant. At the present, time the only guide in this matter ist he operator's own judgment,  although a hydrometer will often de-  terminet his point accurate!'/.  r  Simply   (0   iVvh)   out'tho   old   oil  and   ijut   in   the   no������v   will   cornpiolj  only  half   tho   v,ork.  should   be thoroughly  with neutrals which were declared  illegal because of the neutrals making the claims being on the Statutory List of persons in neutral countries, commonly called the Black  List. All persons havings claims in-  cH'cated should file them without de-  Geology of ihe  Fraser Valley  A Synopsis of the Lecture Given at  Fraser   Valley   Institute   Held   at  Mission City Last Friday.  lay.     The   nmlring .of   this   list   does  not   imply   an   undertaking   011   the  The     engine . part of  the Government  to put  for-  wnshod     out1, ward at the Peace Conference, or any  v.-ith kerosene. Days and days of op-j assurance that if put forward they  oration have accumulated a lot of j will be paid. But the list should be  solid matter inhich remains behind, .completed without delay so as to en-  when the dirty oil is removed, to co-i-   al.de the Government to make a de-  laminate the clean oii. This sediimmt  consist of particles of metal chipped  and worn from the rubbing engine  surfaces, and dust from tiio road. Naturally such foreign matter docs not  have a good effect upon the engine,  and the less there is ofit and the  sooner it is removed,  the better.  . A gallon or so of kerosene should  be put in through the oil filler pipe  and the engine operated at a moderate speed for about three minutes.  .Then the dirty liquid should he withdrawn and the clean oil put in. Before doing the latter, remember to  put back the drain plug.���������.Motor  Life- Magazine.  m.".nd ;T an occasion therefor should  ar^s;. Instructions, showing the  method of filing claims'and the'proof  to bo forwarded, may be obtained  (10111 Thomas Mulvey, Under Secretary of State, the officer appointed by  Order in Council to prepare, examine  and  report upon the claims.  To the average b^ym- (lie season  of gifi-making is both inleiVKlin.";���������  and appalling. With good adve  moms it remains "interesting, i.  r.ni   appalling.  VC-  lo  Production of fir in British Columbia for airplane purposes has been  discontinued by order of the imperial   .Munitions   Board.  Miss Frankovitch, a Grand Forks  war gardener, has shown the Gazette  editor a couple of squashes, ona of  which weighs 97 pounds, and the  other over fiO  pounds.  The B. C. distillery at Sappcrton  employs about 2 0 men, making alcohol for medicinal and industrial pur-  P<'s;o(:, out of Australian wheat.  THE MAN WHO THINKS HE CAN  reach the farmers worth reaching-in this  part of the Fraser Valley without advertising in this paper is���������mistaken..  Every Farmer'who is worth while and has  mofiey io. spend is a subscriber-to this  family j&urm  CIRCULATION���������almost every home in Mission, Hat-  zic, Siiverciale, Matsqui and other'points in the surrounding district:     2lSr to 35^ an inch, column width.  ^^^^mMMS^M^^^M  (From  the Fraser Valley  Record)  The lecture on Geology, of the  Fraser Valley, given by Prof. Edwin  T. Hodge of the University of B. C.  was intensely interesting and took  the   from  of  an  illustrated  lesson.  First he represented British Columbia as a block of earth which was  fiat and even, many geological periods ago. Over this our Fraser River ran. Then the block crumbled  up and formed an arch. The Fraser  Uiver fought and broke its way  through. The arch broke and a central triangular piece fell down leaving two main highlands���������the Rockies and the Selkirks. Down the p<xm  of least resistance came the Fraser  Gradually a valley was formed and  then a still newer one in the old one.  In time came the Glacials, or  Pleistocene period. This was due  to an excessive amount of rainfall,  and snow which did not melt. Year  by year snowfields were formed; several united and covered a large part  of North America. Water cuts a V-  shaped valley, glaciers cut U-shaped  valleys. The glacier cut the former  V-shaped Fraser Valley to a U-shape.  The over-deepened sides of the glacier  became  lakes.  "When a glacier melts it gives up  the boulders, pebbles and silt it had  collected.    A great valley was gradually filled by silt which the streams  carried down from the glacier.    This  made good farming land.    The glacier  dammed   up   the  mouth  of  the  Fraser,  and  also  the North Thompson  at  Kamloops.    The  Fraser now  had ot work hard and cut away some  si its, thus making a lower valley with  silt lands'on each side.    In time Valleys were cut, one in the other, until now, we have several benches oi'  terraces  along  the  Fraser.       Quantities of this silt was carried to the  sea and formed a great delta in the  estuary up as far as Hope and from  Seattle to Vancouver. The land could  not hold up  this enormous quantity  and so bent down.    The sea came in  and made Georgia Strait. Burrard Inlet  was once an old distributary of  the Fraser River.  Farn  .6  Travelers  t  rade solicited.  Newly- Furnished .  Thoroughly Modern  M-   MURPHY,   PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON,  B  C.  If  ^fc  ABBOTSFORD   DISTRICT BOARD  OF   TRADE  ��������� ������������������      r.    ���������  .  -_. ." ._-..���������   '.'"'"   ���������'"','' - .     .   -     ^      *   -.        .  President, Hope Aianson    Secretary, N. Hill  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  ^ t&e district, and industries already e&tabiia&ied. hj  Now is-the-time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  i-.'.g.w ^auaajawraflgiyupi: t. .zrmjvwitcy&iBi  ������3Mg������w^va*������g������fcM..',:������A.ffc

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