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 mm  t'W'Jk  ao  ' fy**n  jtf*������-V7  "?'<$">  *ry.  :������:  '(off      "  &/'���������&  UL8  *V'  ��������� n.  8*  Victoria, B.  6.  Provincial Library,  ^??*������r-rt-.  ������������*���������-������"���������r""*rj  *������. V,  With which is iricoi-porated "The Huntingdon Star  \ i i _  . ^____������������������������������������  Vol. X., No. 25.1 '[  Abbotsford. b, c.'Friday, October 1,1915  >,8-'        $1.00 per Year  if  MATSQUI COUNCIL MEETING  The'bi-monthly meeting of the  Matsqui Municipal council was held  in the Exhibition Building of the M.  A. & H. A. at Gifford, Tuesday, Sept.  21st with the Reeve. in* the chair  and all the mombers in attendance.  The minutes of the meeting oi" the  4th inst., were adopted as read.  Con i n i un i cations Received  From-Registrar, County Court, stating that the Annual Loan Bylaw,  1915, marked "Chad poen duly registered.'    Filed.  From the B. C. E. R. company,  stating that they were installing the  crossing over the. Riverside road, and  " trusted that it would meet with "the  approval of. the council. Councillor  McCallum stated that the work,was  in progress, and the communication  was ordered filed .  From  Dewdney Gravel Co., .Ltd".,  ' asking ,if" the council was in need of  road material.   ���������   As' other arrangements, had. been'made, the clerk" was  instructed to reply in the'negative.  ,From Thomas.-Storey, stating that  the necessary .improvements existed  on his land now to have it classed as  improved property       ' Referred - to  , Coun. Melander'to examine' this land  40-acres portion of the S. W. .1-4 of  Sec.���������19,;Tp._16,and report.      > _   ..  Abbott,'Stein & Co.', asking if any  debentures were for sale:    The clerk  .was instructed, to state    that    none  'were being, issued. -       '    -"  , From W.,A. James, stating that he  had understood that the council had  undertaken to gravel that portion of  the township line road on which the  grading had" been done in the ��������� early  ���������"part> of the year. Coun. Owen' stated, that he'was not prepared to do  any further work there this year.  From  C. P.  R.  Company,  stating  that the Mission subdivision had more  crossings to the mile than any other  rural district in Western Canada, and  that they were not agreeable    to in  stal the crossing asked for between  the Indian Reserve and the Mclure  estate    The, clerk was instructed - to  " state that this crossing was desired  to give access fjroni the bench lands  ' to the west to the Riverside road, the  only-access now being by the use of a  ' road through private property,    and  that the owner of the land was ob  jecting to a further use of this road  by the .public. Further, the crossing  asked for was on a section line-and  the approaches  were already '"constructed* and  the  B.   C- E.   R.  had  their crossing some time ago.  '     From   Royal   Columbian   Ilos'.ital  stating that Frank Taylor of Clay-  ��������� "burn had been admitted therein as a  patient on an order from the Reeve.  Filed.  (The reee stated- that he had received a private letter from Dr. Drew  who was in attendance on Mr Taylor  in which the doctor stated that there  was a marked improvement in his  condition.)  From   Agent-General   for   British  Columbia, asking for photographs of  the District which will be enlarged  . for    exhibition  in  the    new  B.  C.  . building,  Nos.   1  and  3,  Regent St.  London,'England.    As none were a-  ��������� variable the letter was ordered filed  . The subject matter of the proposal of the Mission City Telephone Co.,  that Matsqui purchase that portion of  their system that lites in Matsqui muni* 'pality, was laid over for discussion  at the next meeting, when the memorandum of agreement entered into  - will be taken up.  In connection, with the laid-over  board as to the sale of the old school  buildin anil grounds atMatsui, it was  was moved by Councillor .Elliott and  seconded  by  Councillor  Owen,  that  tenders be asked t'otr the purchase of  the north school building and one  half (1-2) aore of land���������more or less  ���������the tenders to bo in by the next  meeting, the terms to be 1-4-cash,  balance, 6, 12 and "U8 months, with  Interest at ���������" : iv cent, per' annum.  Carried.      " '     '  Mr. S. M. Bayes, of Lynden, waited on the council # with regards to  the utilizing of the water-in c.reeck  known.as the Walker Creek for irrigation purports in,-ill's-State "oi  Washington.    He  had made-,formal  the property in question is served hy  a road recognized sk <:i public high?  way and that no���������ne|.yvroad:j would be  PERSONALS   ...  ^ Mr. Arthur Ward of Bute, M.  established   by  the^r'e-^iscration  the arrived here on a business trip  application fpr the water rights    to  the proper official of the Provincial  Government, but had been informed  that  no  Tights  could  be  conferred  outside of the Province, and he had  been urged to secure the approval of  the council' of the districts through  wh.'ch the water ows.    He stated ht  had waited on Laugley council    and  that they had  given their approval  He also presented waivers from most  of tht property owners whpse lands  would be affected.    He proposed    to  deepen, and widen and straighten the  creek and would sell the water for  inrigation purposes arid    perhaps to  the City of Lynden.    Councillor Melander stated that the property owners had told him that the proposed  work would greatlyl benefit .their Jani  and that "individual efforts Vad'V.een'  previously made to deepen and other  'wise .improve this water' course for  drainage,  but  without avail,  as-no  help [could be secured past /the.' International   Boundary  Line. ���������   In   reply to "a question Mr. Bayes acknowledged   that     his    proposed     work  would "deprive certain-settlers in the  Sate of their water, hut that the^ir  rigation laws_of the State permitted  the taking  of  water  for irrigation  purposes-above  even  domestic  use.  Coun.* Owen thought that lands were  considered- worthless   by" reason   of  lack.of.drainage might "e available  council.cquld not ae/~y.hy the renuest  should not be granted'and it was moved, by Coun. Melander and seconed  by'Coun.^McCanun/that- the Matsqui  council consents'to the registration  of Lots 13, 14,' 3 ard-4 according to  a plan of the E. 1-2 of the N. E. 1-1  of S.,22, Tp.16.-G. 2, N. W.-D. made  by W.'.G. McElhanney, B. C. L. S.  April 25th/ 1911, as these properties  are already served by a public road.  -In the matter ofi the purchase of  the sewer-pipe for the ditch on the  Riverside road at Matsqui Coun. Elliott reported that the pipe had been  ordered and delivered and that he  had made'the purchase after consultation,with Trustees-Page who had assured him that",-he had full - power  from the Board to.inake the purchase  There liad not,been any understanding as to the,amount of the Board's  liability in tlie purchase. He reported further that t"ae digging - of the  ditch and the ��������� subsequent filling in  would.not have to be\done by the  council  as  Wednesday morning. He is vis  iting with Mr.' and "Mrs. Ryall:  "Mr. M. W.Copeland, ourr former druggist, has sold his stock  to Mr. Weir of Chiliiwack and  intends going to the front. Mr.  Weir is quite young and,we all  hope he will- make a' success  which he is -almost sure to- do,  from all appearances.  " Mr. Jay'Starr and Miss Rita  Fadden both of Sumas. Prairie  were married at the bride's  home on the 22nd of this month  ' Mr.'S: A. Morley, who has  been bank manager v here for  nearly five years has been removed to Mt. Pleasant, Vancouver.  Mr. Robt. Shortreed, jnr.,  spent the week end in Vancouver. While there he joined the  regiment of the 72nd Highlanders and wilF take,   his    place  have to be\done by tne  era  auu   wm   t������n.o..    ������~~     **,     ~ ,     -   1   ,���������,w    onv  other arrangements had there the end of this week iflperly fed'under    any  been affected:.  Coun. -Melander "'reported that  , successful in pasing his medical  he examination.  for   other .purposes     than     general  farming, and further he did not consider ,it  right  that  Matsqui  council  should be a party to working an Injury   to   any   one,   although   it   was  pointed out that in the accomplishment of any scheme for general improvement some person was sure 'to  be injuriously  affected.    After  considerable discussion, it was moved by  Coun.   Melander  and    seconded    by  Coun.  Owen lihat this council is of  the opinion, that if the stream known  as the Walker Creek, is straightened  widened and deepened sufficiently to  its outlet into .the .Nooksack River by  the  works   proposed   by  Mr.   S.   M.  Bayes, that it will benefit that section  of the municipality which has-its natural outlet .drainage in said creek  and,that if'plans submitted show tliat  this'will be done by. Mr. S. M. Bayes  the petition fpr granting the \ vter  rights will be approved.    Bonds guaranteeing the work to be done according to plans    submitted    furnished  this municipality by said S. M. Bayes  Carried.  Messrs Adair & Stewart.waited on  the council respecting the refusal of  the Registrar to register a deed of a  portion of .the East half of the N E.  1-4 of S. 22 T. 16. They stated  that the deed had lieen given tc the  purchase some four years ago, when  there would not have been any difficulty about the right of the registering, but that the new owner had neglected to regist.'V and amendments  to the Land Regi-itrv Act since that  time had given the Registrar the  rip lit "to refuse the registration of  Mi's property by metes and bomds.  'However he had in formed; them that  if the Matsqui council gave i-heir coa-  sent to the registering, he would  withdraw his objection. Inasmuch as]  had visited the, property owned by  ,Miss L.^Hm-Toutj.'in^tlie S.'.'W 1-4 of  S. 17! T. "16"and was satisfied that the  Canada thistles cut by-. Mr. Groth  ���������were on .this land.,He had visited,  ^also, the Sinclair road-,; arid while it  was not a; first-class road;- t.here were,  no .bad places^ and. it would compare  favorably with other, side roads in  the municipality, and he would 'not  recommend that ,any appropriation  be made. f,or' it.    -  Resolutions  - Owen-McCallum, that R. H. S.  Cresswell be given ' credit' for' taxes  due by-him to the corporation on account of the final payment for land  taken, for road purposes'" along the  south boundary of the N. 1-2 of the  S. E. .1-4 pf S. 10, T. -14. Carried.  " '=Elliott-Owen that Mr. E. M. Wil-  mot, engineer ^in charge-of Matsqui  Dyke, be" asked-to have a crossing  .put in' over the'dyke at the Beharrel  road.'   Carried.  .Melander-McCallum, that a cheque  be-issued in favor of. the collector for  $688.10, this amount being made-up  pf $468.68, as shown by the",minutes  of August 7th, Folio,60, and $219.-  42, as shown by the minutes of Sept.  4th Folio 69 . Carried.  Owen-McCallum, that the collector be authorizeed to issue ' receipts  for taxes to ratepayers who'present  bills against the corporation for road  work duly authorized by the council  when such bills are signed by the  Councillor for the ward in which the  work had been performed Carried  Owen-McCallum,  that  Coun.     Elliott have repairs done to the Aish  arid-Walters crossing over the dyke,  at a cost not to exceel $50,Carried.  Elliott-McCallum  that the motion  re the: tax sale be, anti the same is,  hereby  rescinded.    Canried  ' McCallum-Elliott, that A. C. Gus-  tafson be given credit on his taxes to  the amount of $40.00. tor.road work  paid  in   connection  with    improvements affected at the junction of| the  Harris and Bell roads;  also, that G.  Behrner be given credit for $31.30  the amount of his taxes and that he  be paid the sum of $8.70 by the clerk'  this being in-accordance with the accepted report of- Councillor Elliott as  shown in the minutes of May 1st..  Owen-Elliott, that Coun. McCallum  be authorized to-expend $A00 on the  Skouge road.    Carried  The B. C. Telephone Company-sent-down new. .operators  without any notice, which was  quite a surprise here. The office is being moved to the new  building"on,.Gladys, avenue. . ���������  VMr.i-James Ross who for the  past*" year ,has had a. dry. gods  and millinery, shop here moved  to Vancouver on Wednesday.  Little Miss Evelyn McMen-  emy had quite a large party on  Friday.last and she entertained  some tw;enty guests.  The dance given last Friday  night by the "825 Club" proved  as good a sucess as any this  season. There were about 55  men and as-many-ladies present  . A meeting was held Tuesday  evening between .the school  trustees and the men who cut  down the. swings. It was decided that a public -meeting- be  held next Tuesday evening for  all who have children going to  school.  Mrs. Wm. Campbell and children returned from Kamloops  after spending the past month  with relatives there. Mr. Campbell met them at Mission City.  Mr. C. Bell who accompanied  W. Campbell to the sanitorium  at Tranquille returned on Monday.  MACHINE GU3f FUSD  The following cheques- have  beeii sent from   the   Machine  -  Gun, Accounts: '      ,   '  Balance in,hand $1091.50.'  Sept 15, Cheque to the Depart  nicht- of Militia $1000; cheque  Lo Matsqui Red Cross Society  $15.25; cheque to bAbbotsford  Fed .Cross Society $15.25; To  Sumas Re,d Cross .Society $15.-,. ' \  .5;chejue tc^Mrs. Sillitoe- or  Vancouver for the- prisoners  war fund $45.7 ���������: .$1091 :,50.  From various letters received from fricncJ.} of prisoners in  Ci������ n-iany tlv committee \vwu  come to the conclusion that a  great many at least of our soldier-prisoners are dependent  on food fuom their own country  to keep them from starvation.  This is of course in line'with  the barborous methods of the  Germans, but the committee ���������  feel that our men must be pro-   -  circumstances, and have therefore taken the-sum of $45.75 from the  balance of the Gun fund for the  Prisoners*.of War/fund. Subscribers will have the satisfaction of knowing that their funds  will find food for a prisoner of  war for 9 or 10 months, or 10  prisoners for 'one month.  In connection with the machine Gun Fund the following   ^  'letter.-from^Sir-Sam Hugl'es is  self-explanal'ory:  "_   Ottawa, .20th Sept   193 5.  **I beg to. acknowledge - arid  thank you for youiyfavor of the  14>ii instant, addressed, to the  Honorable -Mr. LougheedV.- enclosing cheque for" $1 OH) for'the  purchase of a second machine  gun for the 7th Battalion,    lo  be inscribed "Matsqui^Sumas."  Upon deliVet-y of- the" Lewis  ���������Machine Guns which have been  (Continued on Page Two)  ���������NEW GENERAL STORE  Abbotsford is to have another  general store in the very near  future if all goes well. A first-  class stock of dry goods, hardware, boots and shoes, and groceries will be kept at prices to  suit the residents of this district. The aim and object being, to keep the peope of this  district from going across the  line to purchase.     .  Details in connection with,  the starting of the new departmental store are not yet quite  compete, but the Post ought to |  know that arrangements are  being made for the new store as  the editor has been approached  for advertising space. ���������*    ,"  Mr. Walker is leaving -for  Scotland on the 13th, Mr. J. McKenzie also leaves this week..  ���������  ordered to provido the generous  cifts the public are making one  \vill be purchased in..the name  of the citizeas of "Matsqui-Sumas, and, subject to military  necessity forwarded as their  ?ift to the 7th Battalion.  On behalf of the. Government I desire to express to your  subscribers sincere appreciation for this very generous and  patriotic contribution.  .Thanking you for your endeavors in this direction; Believe  me, yours faithfully."  MR. JAMES ROSS  QUITS THE TOWN  Mr. James Ross who has had  a small store in the Gazley.  block for the past year packed  up all but the empty boxes and  left for Vancouver on Wednesday of this week where it is reported lie will start another  store of a similar nature. Although not long with us he did���������  quite a business when he; started here. *  Pte. F. C. Brown of the 29th  (Vancouver) Battalion, who  has been seriously ill in the  Shorncliffe hospital, is reported  out of danger and will probably be invalided home in about  a month. Pte. Brown is a Hun-.,  [tingdon boy.  ?..f--  Sfe?2Hi^^ THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B.r.C.  r,hi  THE "SBBOTSFORD POST.  Published, Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company  A weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Abbotsford and district  Advertising  rates  made known   on  application  Our, Shibboleth���������-Neither . for  nor   agin'   the   Government  J. A. BATES, -       - Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY,  OCTOBER  I,   1915'  MATSQUI  COV.SCJfj  (Continued from /'ago One)  McCalhiin-lillliott, that Coun. Owen have repairs done to the Township Line road west from the Mt.  Lehman"road to the extent of $15, also, to repair the bridge on the Aber  ty fefet, while under the ledge  were large boulders behind  which a man could take cover.  It was due to the protection of  this ledge and boulders that I  was able to escape alive from  ������u, tu iu���������iui- liiu u.iuge on me Aoer-1: what followed. On a hill a .few  deen.road which has boon injured by! hundred yards distant was    an  fire, at a cost not to exceed $25. Car- Indian,village. One of my part  ried. ��������� '  Owen-McCallum,  thot   Coun.   Mel  ander be authorized to have the ne  cessary  repairs 'made on  the  bridge  ��������� on the White road at a cost not to  -exceed   $30.00,   and   also,, to  repair  the bridge'on the Mt. Lehman road  (north  of .the  municipal  hall)   at a  ��������� cost not to.exceed $10.00 Carried.  Owen Melander,' that each Councillor be authorized to expend"a sum  not to exceed $5 0 for necessary work  without further authority from    the  ners was a big muscular fellow  from Texas and named Texby-  us" with  an exceedingly  nasty  and quick temper.    We were all j     *��������� ���������,���������  armed with rifles and sixshoot- a trailing lariatt, much longer  than was usual. After .a desperate struggle I got beside the  carefully to work - my way up:  stream.   With a terrific strain  on my nerves,   and   sustaining  many painful bruises, I worked  my way up  stream.. When . ;i  heard the .sound"of a heavy foot  fall, my heart beat like a triphammer as-  I    listened.1    The  sound Continued to repeat itself.  My1 brain told me    no   Indian  would walk with such a heavy  step, and unable to endure the  suspense longer-1 slowly raised  my head to the bank.   A large  mule was standing close to the  bank of the creek not far up. I  knew by the waving    of.   the  grass, the mule was trailing   a  rope of some description. Creep  Ing abreast of the animal I gent  ly rose behind cover of a bush,  making a quick dash 1 caught  the end of which proved to be  coin to statesmen chaps "who hold  down divers kinds of snaps; we hand  them all the wealth they want, and  pay their mileage when they jaunt,  and all they give us in return is eloquence arid wind to, burn. But, hand  out decent, living ' pay', "to .country  teachers? rAw, go 'way. It is the cus-j  torn of the 'land to sweat and starve  that useful band!    .  tMTgMlMfBlKli  m "  .  mmBmnnniniBaB  "ilala  . H. JONES  Funeral^Director  Furnaces: Protect all woodwork  above anl around boilers, if within  three-feet, with a metal shield,, also  all woodwork near furnace pipes.  Furnisher, of Funeral Supplies  ! Phone Connection. Mission City  -J    ''."'     ' '-    ���������   .���������������  Mffn'tiMiw'n'riHwiHiwiKi^^  -For the best job printing patronize the Abbotsforl Post.' It is the only pape"r published for Abbotsford.  ers  One day as we were at dinner  we saw an^old Indian accompanied by a younger man come  down to the creek to wash  their hair with water and soap  root; a plant so called because  it answers" the purpose of soap.  The former Indian was slightly  Council, the expenditures to be report hame)  and  carried       long  Hfle,  ' ' ed at the next meeting of the council.  Canned.      ' ft      ,  McCallum-Elliott,  that  Coun.   Melander be authorized to spend $27.50  in slashing the Mt. Lehman road, and  - $10.25 in -repairing a bridge and haul  .'    ing gravel on the Ross road. Carried  Melander-EIliott,   that   Coun.   Mc-  ��������� - CalLum  be allowed  an  extra  appro-  " Jpriation of $162.72 for work on tlie  "f/'Bell road.    Carried.  '���������;    The bylaw to establish* the roads in  '.the fractional N. E. 1-4 of Section  1 '4.  ".'Township   14  as     located     on     the!  .  ground  and   to   establish   the   Page  , '. road of a width of 66 feet throughout from the S E. corner of D. Lot  ���������200 to the intersection with the  Ri-  - verside  road   was   regularly   passed  ��������� first second and third readings  ������     The  council  then    adjourned   ' to  meet in the Munic'jMft Hall on  Sat-  uday, October 2nd at 10:3 0 a. m.  LETTER FROM VERNON  (Continued from Page Four)  that would have been a credit  to a man, many years younger.  BUEjVS' adventure  In the early '70's three trad-  ��������� ers, and myself,' (Burns), went  in the wilds from Trauson, Arizona, taking with us" a    pack  train of mules loaded with good  suitable for trade, with Apache  - Indians.    Our. expedition proving very successful; the-Indians  not molesting us, because ifthey  did so they would lose the opportunity of obtaining the coveted goods of the ''White Man"  in the.future.    One day an Indian brought us the uniform of  an army officer, punctured with  a bullet hole, and stained   with  . blood. Of course we refused the I  but the younger man was un  armed.     As I was clearing a-  way after dinner, both of the  Indians walked into  the tent.  At the end of the tent was a  partly used sack of 'flour, from  which I had been taking flour  while cooking dinner;  leaving  the mouth open.    The. old Indian thought the bag of flour afforded a good seat, and sat down  upon it.    Unluckily, for us the  first to notice it, was Tex who  first noticed the Indian sitting  oh our flour:   before any one  could prevent him he dealt the  old man a blow that felled him  to the ground. ��������� The Indian was  to his feet in an instant   and  cocked his rifle; but before he  could shoot Tex grabbed    my  sixshooter from my belt; shooting the Indian through the head  who ran some thirty yards before his nose ploughed the dirt  The younger Indian was game  in a twinkling; running for the  animal, cutting a portion.off the  end of the lariatt, I made a sort  of haulter, or bridle; but when  i tried to mount the- beast I "encountered more difficulties. His  back was gauled and sore from  the pack saddle, and he instantly bucked me/off breaking the  stalk of my rifie.    With considerable, difficulty I    lashed   the  weapon securely    to iny back,  and finally succeeded in mounting the aninial. There was supposed to be but one trail out of  the  country, . /which    I knew  would be beset by .the Indians;  but some traders we had met  previously, had described to me  an old Spanish trail which led  out to Albueq.uerke, New Mexico..   For this"i.I determined to  strike for.   .Travelling for   five  nights, and hiding during   the  day, with nothing to eat, being  afraid to shoot, I finally-reached a village of friendly Indians  An Indian whom I had previous  ly befriended took-me to his hut  hut where together" with    his  wife, they nursed me back to a  condition that I.could resume  my journey. " ���������>' ^'r. : ���������'--; ������������������'=/���������������������������'  On reaching Aibuequerke ' I  stoped with'a'Spanish'- trader  ���������My privation's    I- had -' suffered  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley ������  of Abbotsford, D. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with-unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or.mformation regarding the farm and fruit lands of  \^t-he district, and industries already established.       Jn  A WASH IS A JOY  whengjne's bath room is rendered  luxurious by our ornamental,, and  open work plumbing. It's ah^artistic triumph. Have-the hath room  a joy. Let your plumbing ��������� arrangements be as santitary as the  latest developments of the art will  permit.   'We'll show you the way.  WM. ROBERTS  Plumbing: Shop  Old Creamery ������ld<r  village,  and giving the  "war-l brought, on fever, and. I was're-  whoop".'    I saw we were in for" Moved to the;hospital; ���������   being!  it,a'nd looked for cover; spying Placed under the excellent care'  the lime-stone bluff,   I   barely ������.f a young Irish    doctor,   and  reached it when    the    Indians speedily recovered.    The hospi  Your Photogriaph==  Nothing, will  add more to  the pleasure of .the friends and kinsfolk  ���������   ..    at home.       *  came charging down the hill  from the village on foot, fired a  volley, killing every living being in camp. The Indians located me in the bluff, and made  a rush, but my rifle spoke   de  tal was free,''and the doctor's  charges were very moderate. I  traded my mule for another,and  sold the lariatt for seven dollars.  I obtained work at my trade,  bandoned their rush and decid.  ed to try another method. They  immediately set to work gathering bundles of dry =. brush,  which they carried to the top of  the bluff,-and on lighting it  dropped it down in front of the  ninths     At  i^o-fi, i   |l)lace where I was    concealed,  wi    ;rt 1 g      our goods | Tne heat was intense, but not  began to run low, and the In- sufficlent to accomplish    their  liberately; then my six-*shooter | as a baker and was soon pros  spoke with such deadly effect pering.  that the Indians promptly    a-     , . '    ' " 29535  EDUCATIONAL  depart for more goods, and be  gan to grow hostile when my  partners started digging pros-  ;pect holes in the ground. I tried  death. With the approach of  darkness, something exceedingly unusual occurred for that  to persuade them'to return for. ^f*!^^  more goods; and stop prospect-' W pSL^t Jw?"   T*       J*1]  ing; but they had the' gold'feverfe  and accused me of being afraidj'b? S/^pl0^8^ f **  -of Indians.    Whemipon-I ad-l������f the Creek' and started very  mitted I was not anxious to a-  rouse their hostilities, when we  were greatly, outnumbered, and  removed so far from any protection.    But    my companions  would not heed my advice.������������������  I must describe the situation  of the camp in detail in order'  the reader may appreciate the I  circumstances    that    followed.  We camped by a creek that we  might have water for ourselves,  ��������� horses, and mules. Also along  the banks of the creek grew a-  ���������bundant grass for feted.-for our  'animals. Some thirty .yards  from our tent, was a lime-stone  bluff from which projected an  overhanging ledge of some thir-  Once more the. mills  of  learning  grind, and"fill with grist the youthful  mind.    The boys and girls have come  from play, to store a lot of facts a-  way.in pigeonholes behind their ears  where they'll be    found    in   .future  years.    All patiently    the    teachers  J teach   the  fxeckltd   boy, ,the   female  peach, expounding here the ABC,  explaining  there the  rule  of  three.  It is the noblest work of all performed on "this mundane ball, this showing kids the path that leads to mighty  thoughts and noble deeds.    We    all  know that,and so we pay the teacher,  'leven bits a day.      We're free with  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B.  C. ~ :-:  Columbia's      Leading       D������������������.-������������,  SAVE MONEY JSV HAVING  YOUR  L J)KNTAL WORK  DONE IN VANCOUVER  ���������������������������~~~ ������������������ .  \  Our prSces are about HALF those charged by other dentists  Our work is of the VERY BEST. ABSOLUTELY NO PA\N  OR   INCONVENIENCE.      " ' LAX���������  Crowns    Plates  and   Bridgework  a   Specialty.    When   you  come to Vancouver be sure to come in for a FREEpyamtna  TIOxN AND CONSULTATION.    AH-Work Guaran^d  See me now about that Insurance  9  e  f   -  ������  n;on6(dg.  VANCOUVER  'inqsStMCor.Cambk'  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  o  X  ���������'4$  1  (i'lj  1  i  Mi  ftSSS *qj&  Is  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  .���������we  PRINTING  ABILITY^  . Tp assure patrons of printing a thoroughly appropriate and artistic product  requires both a theoretical and a practic-  - al knowledge���������in other words a mental,  conception as well as a practical one.  Both are at your service.  , BATES, The. Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PRINTING 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  OUR PRINTING  "J 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  PRINTING SATISFACTION- ,  Years of practical knowledge and an extensive and modern pj[ant 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.    ';'" "  BATES, The Printer���������JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  ��������� ���������a  PRINTING OF GREAT VARIETY  We are equipped .to handle every kind  . and quality/of ^Printihg^Business, Fruit  Growers, Fruit, -. Lists, Publications���������in  . from one-ito 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 Pointing at Suitable Prices  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  <).  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  &���������  Hub Square  ii!(.  i .���������&'"������������������  W  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 pur care.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PUBLICATION  PRINTING  We have unrivaled facilities for execu-  ingall 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  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices THE ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  C.  SVTLNG Oil NOT SWING  When Shakespeare wrote his  poems, and scribbled "to be or  not to be" he little thought thai.  he was using an expression to  be used down through the ages.  "To be or not to bo" seems to  .crop up    everywhere,    even in  ��������� .Abbotsford it is a oueslio!;  of  "to be or not to be" swinging  in the school .yard foi the cliii-  "dren, but so far Lhe parents of  tlie children who attend the pub  lie school the matter    will    be  settled      on' Tuesday    evening  next at the public meeting announced in this issue.  ���������    The Post hopes it will be a  case of many new swings in the  yard for the boys and girls of  all ages.    The editor went    to  school once upon a time and if  he  remembers  correctly there  could never be too many ways  of enjoying the recesses and the  noon' hours. That is a long time  ago, but boys and   girls   enjoy  all kinds of fun nowas they did  then.   .  on Sunday next for t the    first  time morning and evening.  Mr. David Stewart, bookkeeper at Kilgarde Brick Works was  given a send off by his friends  before his departure for his former home in Scotland where his  family still resides. He left  via G. N. to New York.  Pte. Osmond Kidwell, who  went to 'England in one of the  overseas drafts,* is-now serving  "somewhere in France."   ,   .  Preparations are now going  forward for the anniversary  social of the Women's Auxiliary; to be held at the Boyd  Home the third week in October���������exact date to be announced later. This anniversary  will have .some unique features  watch for date.  How About Your  Mr. C. Sumner, who has been  connected with the customs de-  , partment of this district for   a  couple of years,  has  resigned,  and will probably take up business in.town, he having had the  offer of several insurance agencies which he will conduce with  another business,'   which    the  Post is ,not yet    permitted    to  make public as yet.  ;- Should .Mr. Sumner decide to  finally locate here he will at- in  The usual meeting of the W.  C. T.-U. will be^held in the  church at Huntingdon on Tuesday October 12th. Will all the  members please make'an-effort  to attend this meeting'at Hunt-,  ingdon���������cars run conveniently  both ways.  A FIRM IS OFTEN JUDGED  BY ITS STATIONERY. WHY  HAVE CHEAP PRINTING  WHEN WHEN- 'YOU CAN-  GET NEAT PRINTING DONE  ON GOOD PAPER AT THIS  OFFICE, ALMOST AS CHEAP  AS PLAIN PAPER. BRING IN  YCUR ORDERS FOR  The Women's Auxiliary of  St. Matthews church will open  Thursday evening next when  Mrs.-B. J3. Smith and Mrs. P. R.  Peele will entertain at a-whist  drive in the Masonic Hall. It  is hoped a large crowd will be  in attendance to enjoy a social  evening and augment the funds  former years represent the Post, of the society. Doors open at 8  He is one of the bigges: and the | p. m. -   ��������� L  best boosters   Abbotsford   had  ever had, and it was sorry day  when he decided to close up his  office, here and-accept a job with  the government.  Rev.' J.'a Mitton at,a Mrs.  Milton arrived on Thursday to  make their home hi Abbotsford  Mr..Mitton will conduct the services, in St. Matthew's church,  The telephone"wires are.being  placed underground on Essen-  dene avenue. -  ,Mr. S. A. Cawley was in town  on Thursday.  The Red Cross met on Thursday and did a lot of excellent  work���������busy as bees.  s,  tat ements,  AS THIS PLANT IS THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE PLANT IN  THE DISTRICT ORDERS CAN  BE FILLED WHETHER BIG  OR SMALL, AND AT PRICES  AS REASONABLE AS IN   THE  CITIES^ .JUST AS GOOD AS  WORK TOO. IF YOU HAVE  A LARGE  The Key tc th������  if you are looking .br a situation  a Classified Want Ad. lie the key  which will unlock tho door to the  private office of the business rnan.  . He Is too busy to Intorvlotv all  promiscuous callers, but you cart  catch his attention and secure  an appointment by a "Situation  Wanted" ad.  eJ?        ' "    *  FOR SALK���������One of the best  Business Sites in the busy,  city of Abbotsford. Apply to  II. C. ERASER, Suswap Ave.,  Salmon Ann, Ii. C.   ��������� ��������� ,  "KOUGir ON HATS"'clears-out Rats'  ���������Mice, etc. Don't Dio in the House.  3 5c and 25c, at Drug and Country"  Stores. .  get  ���������*\  ��������� o  IT  CAN BE  DONE AT  THIS  OFFICE ON SHORT NOTICE.  HAVE THE FRASER YALLEY RECORD  TO YOUR FRIENDS.   $1.00 Per Year.  SENT  Printer and Publisher  MISSION CITY, ft'C.-  The Sunday School Institute  on Monday was well attended  and the addresses of Mrs. McKay and of Mr. Williamson and  of the other speakers were  much  enjoyed.  Next Sunday October 3rd the  Orangemen and the True Blues  hold church parade and hi a  body will attend morning- services" in the Presbyterian  church.    ' ���������  Rev.  Principal Mackay -will  preach, in. the Clayburn church  on Sunday next an'd give a pub-,  lie address on-Monday evening-'  following. ���������  LETTER FROM VERNON  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, ?feef, Veal, Pork Sausages," Wieners  and Balogna always on-hand. ' Fish every Thursday  MMWMMflMgaB  OTEL  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  LIQUOR ACT, 1010  (Section 41)  Notice is hereby given that  on the first day 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  Vritish Columbia.    ���������    ,   *    ��������� .  Dated this 17th day of September, 1915.  A. J. HENDERSON,  Applicant  | A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  "    Vernon, B. C. Aug 31. 15  Dear Editor:  I am writing up a story that  was told me some two years' a-  go, for your paper.  During the summer/ and early fall of 1913.1 worked in' a  logging camp, located close to  the "Skookum Chuck" Jarvis  Inlet, B. C. The camp crew  were mostly typical loggers of  the coast; noisy, and often  rowdyish. when in town,having  their "blow in"; but at the bottom good fellows, kind-hearted  honest, and the hardest of hard  workers. I will mention here,  th?at while the logger is often  scorned; he almost always  comes to aid of a man in a hard  place, when the business people  and church people would look  coldly on. While I was working in the camp, I met an old I The Germans would like to force  man named Burns, who told me'their way to Calais, it is only 57  the following story which I will [miles from the German front to Do-  entitle "Burn's Adventure" He ""  said he was seventy-three years  of age; his hair was white���������  what little was left; his health  gone; one of his feet partly  shot away by a horse thief; at  least that is what he said happened, it. In spite of his great  age, and crippled condition the  old man was vigorous and hearty;  doing an amount of work  (Continued on Page Two)  - The members of the Cradle  Roll of the Presbyterian church  and of the Primary Class to  the number of 60 had their annual picnic on the spacious and  pleasant lawn of Mrs. Ben Nelson on Wednesday afternoons  The day was favorable and the .  little folk enjoyed, themselves  in games, songs and -���������f������\,'h-'  ments.  For Rent A   five roomed  house., Apply to Mrs. Milstead.  The Fraser Valley ministerial association will meet in the  Clayburn manse on Monday the  4th at 3 p.m. Principal Mac-  ,kay will be the guest of honor  and will favor the association  with.an address.  ver  Robson Bros.  Poultry Tonic  ���������and���������  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  Fresh Groceries and Fresh Bread  Our stock of groceries are always  fresh   from  the  .    wholesaler.    Our bread is delivered right from the  baker's oven.     That's the reason our business  is  being built up with satisfied customers.  When you want Flour, Groceries or Bread,  see :    '  ALBERT LEE, Grocer and Baker  ABBOTSFORD,       -       .     ....      ..      .       _       g  c  General Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B.C.  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  MURPHY.  PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B   CI  ���������fl  Mi  il  j  1  "J  < V  m  fl  4  h  :.������i  VJFJ  V  ft]  tffl


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