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 ;.?*��������������� -  ���������  /  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon St?'  Vol. XL, No. 7.  4BBOTSFQRD. Bj C. FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 26, 1 ^  .          ... . ��������� . X% '  v v  $1.00 per Year  W> are moving to the Gazely Block in a few days.  We want to clear out some odd lines before we go.  .5 pairs only of Boys' Long Rubber Boots,'regular  :$3.'00, to'clear at per pair.. ; .' ; . .$1.50  J12-pairs'Boys' Rubbers, sizes 11, 12 and 13,  reg-  ���������' ular',75c, to, clear at,- per .pair  50c  \15.pairs Boys' Rubbers, sizes 1, 2, 3,4,-5, regular  ;^'85c'-to clear at, per pair....'. ...���������:..'.' 60c  ':-.. 8 pairs Men's'High Top Boots, worth up to $7.00  ; a pair, to clear at, per pair.' -. .. .$5.00  .3 pairs  only of Men's Corduroy Pants,   regular  $4.<50, to clear at, per pair'..,.  .$3.00  .lS.'Men.VPlain Wool Undershirts,   regular $1.50  ...to clear at,.each.  : 9.5c.  . -A*.stack of Granite Dishes,  regular.25c each, to  clear, at, each - 15c  Dozens pf other lines to be cleared.at less than wholesale prices;  DECIDES TO ORGANIZE  UNDER RURAL LIGHTING ACT  At a meeting, called for Monday evening last it was decided to organize  the town according to the Rural  Lighting Act' passed this last session  hy tho Provincial Government.'  Mr H.'"Alans'dir called the meeting  at which there was a" represtatiye attendance. >   " v: ,/  ,; From,information . to hand it was  believed that the. New, Lighting Act  was what was {required,., and. since  that date a copy has been .procured  and at the next meeting, which will  be meetingofthe Board of Trade,the  matter will be-gone into carefully'.  In.the ���������meantime':the lighting contact has been renewed until the end  of the year with the Western Canada  Power Company.    ,  APPOINT XlflW SECRETARY  At a meeting of,the Board of Trade  on Monday evening last held after the  adjournment of the lighting meeting  it was decided to.revive the Board of  Trade, and get .down to business a-  gain. , - t  Mr: S. A. Morley, the former secretary having left Abbotsford it was  decided- to appoint a hew secretary,  and Mr. N. Hill, the new manager of  the Royal Bank,- was unanimously  chosen to fill the position.  Mr. Wiggins gave notice of motion  to introduce an amendment to the bylaws, making the fee for members for  the next year $-1.00 instead of $2.50.  The amendment will probably carry  HUNTINGDON  MATSQUI  A general meeting of the > Red  Cross workers of Matsqui is to-be  held in the Gifford- hall 'at 3:30 p.m.  on Thursday December 2nd The meet  ing is called to arrange for better organization of Red Cross"work and'it  is hoped that eyjaory man and wom.au  interested in Red Cross work will attend the meetings The-assistance of  everyone-in the ^municipal ty is needed in order to, |carry oil. the work  successfully..    '/���������������������������-      .   '" .- ,*"  Our stock of these is now nearly complete. If you  want choice, fresh, Raisins, Currants, Peels, Nuts,  etc., our store is headquarters, -  Announcement''of Pruning Schools  Abbotsford, B. C.  FRASER VALLEY TEACHERS  HAVE EXCELLENT MEETING  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  The Fourth Annual Convention of  the Fraser Valley Teachers' Institute  met in the Mission  City school  on  "Friday last, November 19th.    There  was a good attendance of teachers  and the afternoon session was attend-  ' ed by several visitors.    The chair was  occupied by Mr. Gamble. /  An interesting paper on Senior A-  -.rithmetic given by Mr. D. M Moore  was much' appreciated and provoked  considerable discussion, which, was  led by Miss Mackenzie, B. A., and  Miss McEwen.  This was followed by two papers  on Intermediate History. Miss Mills  gave a paper on Drake and Captain  John Smith. - Mr. Thibault read an  account of the lives of Radisson and  Verendrye. Both papers showed  much painstaking reseach and oc-  cassioned   much   interest.  Then ensued the general business  of the Institute. The following officers were elected for the coming  year: President. Mr. D. M. Moore  Vice-President. Mr. G. D. Thibault;  Secretary-Treasurer. Miss M. Portsmouth: The Superintendent of Education, Dr. Robinson, was elected as  Honorary President; and Inspector  DeLortg as Honorary Vice-President  A vote of thanks was passed to the  retiring officers, Mr. Gamble. (Pres-  dent) and Miss McAdam (secretary)  Mr. Lampard, representing the  trustees, then rose an'd in an able  speech expressed his pleasure in attending the convention and, his recognition of its assistance in the  cause of efficiency. The meeting then  adjourned for lunch.  The afternoon session began with  two Intermediate    History    papers,  .postponed from the doming session.  Miss Hall gave an interesting and detailed sketch of the career of Mungp  Park, and MissMcKenzie read a paper equally interesting on Henry  Hudson. It is the intention of the  Institute to print all the four papers  for the advantage of all teachers  whom they may concern.  A paper on Primary Language and  Nature Study, given by Miss Burpee  of the Provincial Normal School of  Vancouver, was very much enjoyed,  not only by the primary teachers  present who derived inspiration from  it, but by many others who felt that  much ofL what Miss Burpee said could  be applied to other grades than the  primary. ' Miss Elderkin and Miss  Portsmouth discussed this paper as  did also Inspector DeLong and Mr. J.  A. Catherwood.  Finally Mr. Gamble gave a detailed account of the Great War, enumerating its immediate causes and following its developments up to the  present, assisting his hearers with  sketches. Miss Baker, B. A., discua-  sed this paper.  A vote of thanks was passed to all  those who had contributed to the  day's programme.  The convention then closed after a  short address by Trustee Mrs. F. Solloway and others.  In the evning in the Victor Theatre  Professor Davidson, F. L. S. F. B. S.  E., the government botanist at Victoria, delivered a most interesting  and' instructive illustrated lecture on  "Plant Life in British Columbia" A  piano solo was rendered by Miss Helen-Bates,, Miss Hartwell of Vanco-  ver being unable to be present; Miss  M. E. Brown and Mr A. E. Catchpole  each gave a vocal solo, rendered in  a most pleasing style.  ' vThe~'Departm4Vt- '/"of"- ^^Agriculture  will provide a" competent instructor  and pay all expenses.    The local administration  of the pruning; schools  will be placed in the hands-of a:re,-  sponsible! "local   body,   such   as ��������� the  Farmers',,Institute, the Fruit  Growers'  Association or-the    Board    of  Trade,   who  will  be responsible  for  the guarantee of a minimuf of eight  pupils,   (but not more, than twelve)  ���������with the prope.r" qualifications,  at a  fee of one dollar each, to take ten  lessons of three hours a lesson, the  school  extending    over    five    days.  Where the number of pupils in a district  justifies,  two   pruning  schools  may be arranged for, in which the  minimum guarantee will be sixteen  pupils,   and   not     over   twenty-four.  The local organization will aso provide an orchard or orchards,    where  the instructor may .hold the pruing  classes, and a hall o$rooni in which  the lectures may be held.  ���������Besides the actual practice in the  orchard", of which the course will con  sist chiefly where the pupils will  prune' trees under the supervision of  the instructor, there will be lectures  on the theo ry of pruning, which  will include talks on pruning as related to the formation of fruit buds  and to plant growth, also the subject oftop grafting undesirable varieties will be dealt with, along with  many other points of interest.  The pupils will provide their own  pruning tools, the necessary tools being a pair of pruning shears, a saw  and a pocket whetstone. A pruning  pole and a light ladder may also be  necessary for large trees.  ,Tho Department expects that the instructor will be met on his arrival  by some responsible person, who can  provide him'with all the necessary  information, so as to get the school  under way without loss of time.  It hardly seems necessary to present to you the important advantages  to be gained from a pruning school.  Pruning is one of the important operations in the,production of first-class  fruit, and one in which the orchard-  ist cannot have too much information  STRAITON  ,A-MI --  On Friday November 19th the people of Straiton Gave their second concert in aid of the Red Cross. $46.75  has been handed the officers ofl the  Red Cross.  ELECTION OF OFFICERS  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  At the last regular meeting of the  Mission City. Lodge No. 168 of the  International Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way.Employees, the following officers were elected for the  ensuing year:   "    ' ���������  President���������Bro. W. E. Aves,  "-"��������� 7Vice-PTes'.���������Brb:--W: -"L:-<3ard.: -~r���������  Past Pres.���������Bro: F. Cook,'  Sec.  Treas.���������Bro.  h: Beaton.  ' - Journalist-Agent���������Bro.- W. Chell, "  Warden���������Bro.  W.  H.  Davenport"  Chaplain���������Bro. W. J. Nettle,  Conductor���������Bro.  F. .Lind.  Inner Sentinel���������Bro. W. ..Anderson  Outer Sentinel���������Bro. A. Lampard.  It might be stated that 25 members of this Lod&e have joined    the  colors and are now fighting  (Somewhere in France' or training in England, in readiness for the defence of  thoir  country and  home.    It shows  that among the men who look after"  the primary needs  of  'safety'  there  are loyal patriotic hearts and-true.  Quito a number of citizens attended the entertainment given in". St.  Paul's church on Tuesday evening,  unde'the auspices of the Ladies' Aid  of the church. There'was a splend-  did programme of music and readings. The.'Chief speaker of the /evening was Rev.-J. Thorburn Conn, of -  Mission City, who delivered a- fine address on the war, using for his subject, "Through Fire By Faith.'* The  proceeds' of the evening amounted to  about $20.00 ' ��������� '  '  ���������   Rev. J. L. Campbell officiated at a  quiet wedding which was solemnized at the' home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ���������  Wells, Abbotsford, on Tuesday; November-23,  when  Mr.".Frank Farmer.-"  of Huntingdon and Miss '' Rose    E.'  Tillotson' of Sumas, Wash.,' were' united in marria'ge.    Only'the immed-,.  iate friends of the couple were pre- .  sent.    Mr.  and  Mrs.    Farmer     will  make their home in Huntingdon.  CLAYBURN  While many of the .city, churches  have been unveiling rolls of honor recently,  for   many   months  the  little  church at  Clayburn has  had  oh  its  wall a roll of honor which would do  credit to a   much larger community.  Lately  the   list ,of "names  of   those  who  have  gone oVerseas' has grown  so long that the original-frame' is not-  large enough to hold them., ...One   of  the^new   recruits   is   young"'"Bobbie"  Thompson" Vh6'"lias" "joincdvthe ' new  Battalion  being  mobilized by ;104th-  regiment at New .Westminster.    ';  "Mrs Tom  Cross  has, given   three  boys, all of them under tw'ehty  PERSONALS  Mr.  J. Renner of Reyelstoke  wa3  on a visit to Sumas this week.  NICOMEN ISLAND FARMERS  ORGANIZE  - Mr Charles Sumner has. opened a  butcher shop at Aldergrove and says-  he is doing well.  Mr. Walter Wells was--in. Abbotsford on Thursday and reports that hu?  business is getting along fine.  Mr. George Clark of Victoria was  in town oh Thursday on his way to  Suma,s Prairie for a few days hunting  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  A largely attended meeting was  held in the Nicomen Island school  house on Saturday November 13th at  1:30 p. m., for the purpose of organizing the farmers of the Island.  Mr. Thos. Gourlay was chosen as  president of the organization and Mr.  Randolph Thompson as secretary  with an executive committee as follows :  Messrs John Gourlay, Allister  Thompson, A.-D. Macdonnell, Alex.  Worth, Donald Morrison, Vcrdett,  Ross and Gibbs.  General committee as follows:  Messrs Buntz, Trethfell, Geo. Folk  J.  Brown,  Snodgrass/ J.  M.  Handy,  Mulntyre,   Kelly,   Seymour, Waring,  John Inch and Wm. McDonald.  The association shall meet from  time to time and take up matter of  deen interest of the island.  A citizen asks ','why are the fair  sex now such an admirer of Mr King.  But that io easy. Note his boyinsh appearance.  Mr. Joe. Williams says that he is  "quite happy tho' married" and of  course his friends have to take his  word for it all.  Mr. and Mrs. Chomat, ofSpences  Bridge passed through Abbotsford a  few days ago on their way home after  their honeymoon trip.  NEWS  FROM HATZIC  Mr. Thos. Catherwood has installed a billiard and pool table in the  basement of his residence here. Tom  and his friends are now prepared to  spend the long winter evenings enjoying this popular pastime.  The Hatzic Union Sunday School  are preparing Christmas hampers to  be sent to" the boys in England and'  France, who enlisted from the Hatzic  district.  Among those registered at the Abbotsford Hotel were Wm. Evans of  Vancouver; H. Kingston, Vancouver;  J. E. Green, Vancouver; J. G. Hark-  ness, Milner; .E.--H. Gibbon, Vancouver; W. Owen, Vancouver; O. H. Joy  Vancouver.  "Malkin's Best," Tea and Coffee  With every package of these goods you will find coupons; in ^lb of Tea  1 coupon; in 1 lb. 2 coupons; in 3 lb. Tins 6 coupons and in 5 lb. Tins  10 coupons; and in every 1 lb. Tin of Coffee 2 coupons; in 2 lb. Tins, 4  coupons and in 5 lb. Tins 10 coupons. Come into our store and get a  sheet to paste them on with 8 coupons free���������then save 40 more and get  A Hasidsome China Tea Set Absolutely Free  Don't forget our Confectionery and Bread���������They are the best  ALBERT LEE, Grocer and Baker  ABBOTSFORD,       -      -       -       -       -       -B.C. THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company  weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Abbotsford and district  Advertising  rates  made  known  on   application  Shibboleth���������Neither  for   nor   agiu'   the  Government  Our  J. A. BATES,  Editor and Proprietor  FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1915  The following appered in one of our city.dailies in an obscure  corner���������an unfit place for.it in our opinion, as it should have  been the pride and boast of the paper to have had it on the front  page with large headline but then what are we talking about the  regiment comes from New Westminster and the paper was a  Vancouver city .daily, and reads as follows:  "Mr. Charles Macdonald of this city has received a letter from  Montreal in which a description is given of the arrival of the  47th Battalion' in the Canadian metropolis.  " 'The '47th, headed by D Company,' says Mr. Macdonald's correspondent, 'came thundering into the boat shed, heads up,  shoulders squared, arms at the slope, and looking like a regiment  oh an inspection parade. It was wonderful and inspiring. God  help the enemy when it comes to grips with your western regiments. When one considers that this one had just finished a  railway trip of six days, and should have been dog-tired, their  swing, carriage, overflowing spirits and genuine good nature,  and "never say die" style is all the more wonderful. It was  splendid. I felt as though something had given way. I wanted to  yell, scream, or do something to give vent to my feelings. I  came away feeling tliat the west was 'doing its duty' "  The West is doing its duty these days in the matter of enlisting  and we are proud of the fact. The West is foremost among  the enlisting; foremost among the style and strength of its soldiers; foremost in assistance rendered to the Red Cross; foremost in teaching the rest of the Dominion���������the downeasterners  in the cent belt���������how tp' be patriotic.  1<UR TRADE CONDITIONS  IN AMERICA  One of our great delghts is a newspaper scrap, but we can enjoy one between two other papers just as well if if it were the  real thing with ourselves. The Vancouver World and the Vancouver Province are having it thick and fast. The World makes  fun of the Province service. The Sun chips in sometimes and  gets it both coming and going. The other day the Province  made the public believe that it printed the news one day and the  next day the World printed the same news. This made the World  a day behind the-Province. The Province picked out a hews  item which it hoped the World would have next day. But just  here is where the fun came in as the World had about the identical article in the same day and claims to have had it on the  streets the same day ten minutes earlier than the Province.  Who says there is no fun in the publishing of a newspaper.  _ In a recent article Mr. A. B. Shu-  bert, President of A. B. Shubert. Inc.  Chicago., 111., the largest house in the  world dealing exclusively in American Raw Furs. ��������� states as the reason  for the unusual great demand and  big increase in the price of North  American" Raw Furs as'follows:  The purchasing power of) the people of the United States, is greater  today  than  ever  before' in  history.  Furs are more fashionable than ever  before in history    The demand    of  the dress  and  garment maker's far  exceeded the anticipated, demand   of  the fitters of Fur trimmings were for  orders for Fur trimmings were for  miles, not yards, of all. grades    of  every article of Furs.    The low price  of muskrat created the demand    for  Hudson  Seal, Coats.    A well  made,  good   quality  coat  could  bo  bought  at wholesale for around one hundred  dollars. Weather conditions throughout  the  United States during July,  August and September were extremely favorable for    the    sale of neck  pieces  for   mid-summer  wear,   such  as the very fashionable animal scarf  This  extraordinary demand  fpr  the  Raw Furs and stocks in the hands  of the Raw Fur dealers are practically closed out.    This will unquestionably create a, Dig demand for the  November    and     December    fresh  goods and, no doubt, make the trapping of Fur bearers a very profitable  occupation.  A.  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, Keef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Balogna always on hand.     Fish every Thursday  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   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'he district, and industries already established.        jj  WHEN DUTY  CALLS  Elsewhere we publish an advertisement asking the people who  have saved a little money to make a safe profitable investment  to say nothing of its being a patriotic investment. It is a loan to  the whole collective population of Canada, secured upon all the  public and private property in the Dominion.    The interest rate  will.be nearly double that now paid by the Government savings  banks or by the chartered banks.    This is the first time that the  government of Canada has undertaken to float a loan at home.  It has not been usual even to ask for subscriptions abroad with-'  out having some arrangements that it would be underwritten by  bankers and brokers in case public subscription failed.      Mr.  White seems confident of success.    We believe that he would  have been justified in even grater confidence and that he would  have obtained all the money he asks on .terms more favorable to  the Treasury than, he is expected to offer.    But it will be necessary to borrow a great deal more money before the war ends,  and it may be well to give the Canadian people encouragement  to furnish all they can save.  Gone to be a soldier  Only a volunteer,  Gone to be a .soldier,  Leaving friends so dear,  Gone to be a soldier,  Answering the  call,  Gone to be a soldier,  To conquer or fall.  Gone to be a solder,  To help crush Germany,  My life to give  That you may live  In peace and harmony.  Gone to. be.a",soldier, . ���������;-. , y  .  .   Not  because I must, '���������  Proud to be a soldier.  When the cause,is just,  Gone to be a soldier'  True to my belief  Gone to be a soldier  To save the  Maple Leaf,  Gone to be a soldier,  And should I not come back,  You'll know I gave  My  life to  save  The dear old "Union Jack."  A.  P.  HORNE,  72nd Seaforth Highlanders  A WASH IS A JOY  when one's bath room is rendered  luxurious by our ornamental and  open work plumbing. It's an artistic triumplv. Have the bath room  a joy. Let your plumbing arrangements be as santitaryas the  latest developments of the art will  permit.    We'll show you ,the way.  WM. ROBERTS  Plumbing Shop  Old Creamery Bldg Abbotsford  /fc  ..Your Phptogra  Nothing will,  add, nipre-to  jthe pleasure ��������� of the * friends; and kinsfolk;  '. at home. :"   '-...v.        v;-'''. '  MAPLE  RIDGE  NEWS ITEMS  THE MONEY GOES  Poor father has often the blues, the stricken soul within him  groans; the children need eight pairs of shoes, and he has only  seven bones. The good wife needs a Sunday gown, with flossy  gussets, seams and tucks; he'd send her shopping through the  town, or to the mail order houses by parcel post, but he has  only seven bones. The boys are all in need of suits, to clothe  their shapely limbs and trunks, .and he himself wants rubber  boots, but his limit is seven plunks. The blizzards from the  Arctic pole will soon be rolling down again, and the rain pouring  and how can he buy wood and coal, when he has only seven yen?  And there are taxes he must pay, and bills for oil and bills for  gas, and bills for prunes and bills for hay, and bills for pills.and  window gass. Expenses face him every hour; what wonder if  tired father yips, what wonder if his face is sour, when he has  only seven chips? But somehow he will do the trick, and feed  the tribe that on him leans, for good old father is a brick, although he has but seven beans.  Drs. Gilbert * Hanna* Anderson  British    Columbia's      Leqdiryq       Dentists  SAVE  MONEY BY HAVING YOUR  DENTAL WORK DONE IN VANCOUVER  Our prices are about HALF those charged by other dentists  Our work is of the VERY BEST. ABSOLUTELY NO PAIN  OR INCONVENIENCE.  Crowns, Plates and Bridgework a Specialty. When you  come to Vancouver be sure to come in for a FREE EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION.    Ail Work Guaranteed.  Second Floor, Dominion Bldq. ZQ7hayings St W. Cor. Camhk_  VANCOUVER  Miss Kennedy of Vancouver delivered a series of -very instructive lec-  ures on Nursing before The Women's Institute on Thursday. .Friday,  and Saturday of last week. There  was an average attendance of 25 on  each day. , ,    ,  On Tuesday evening November 23  the school children and others interested were treated to a lecture on  The Care of School Grounds and Gardens by Mr. Gibson.   -  At tlie Methodist .church last Sunday afternoon, at the usual service  the Rev. John Pye spoke very impressively of the death of Nurse Cavell  who was shot in prison by a German  officer. The Rev. Gentleman's text  was "To die is gain" and he showed  how her death would do more good  in this war than even her heroic self  sacrificing life had done. " He also  said he was proud of the boys who  had gone especially from that church  The whole discourse was much appreciated especially by the mothers of  the boys who had gone.  The Rev. Mr. Govier who has been  vicar of St. John's for about ten  years left for his new appointment  at Ladner. During his stay here he  has made a wide "circle of friends  and many regrets have been expressed at his departure:- A few days before leaving the Rev." Gentleman met  a few friends at the home of Mr. W.  Roberts to have a'fjarewell chat.  The Maple Ridge War Relief Association will hold the usual Monday  afternoon sawing meeting at the  home of Mrs. Irving (Ridge Branch)  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B. C.     :-:  ^i  &>  fo  ���������Rwaqn>5\  See me now about that Insurance  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  ^  Abbotsford . <' '  THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  ^  PAINTING  ABILITY  To assure patrons of printing a thor-'  oughly 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  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 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  * ��������� !"   i  W  PRINTING' SATISFACTION "  , Years of practical knowledge and an" extensive and modern plant equipment assure patrons a service that cannot be  . surpassed. -   A telephone call will place  the order..    Our Number is 520.  If busy order by 'phone.  BATES, The Printer- JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PRINTING:OF/'GREAT;VARIETY-.' " . 7. >"--  We are .equipped to handle every kind  ��������� and quality of Printing���������Business, Fruit  Growers, Fruit. Lists, ���������_'- Publications���������in  from one to four colors. Satisfaction  guaranteed or no charge is made for the  ,    work, which, can be returned.'  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices,  IB* i"**  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  ..-'. thanin 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  COMMERCIAL PRINTING 1  Such as Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, Cards Circulars Statements and  ���������in fact anything in the way of Printing���������will receive intelligent attention  and a thorough highgrade production  if left in our care.  BATES, The Printer���������JOB, DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PUBLICATION PRINTING  We have unrivaled facilities for executing all kinds of Printing, as is attested  by the large amount of Printing we have  handled in the last seven years. Quality  of work unsurpassed, and   delivery  time assured.  *25?  /&fl  w-'-adbi  i-^O-^rSSTi,-*-;* j"*"*" ','���������������  ���������������������������-������������������ ��������� mr*?  j"'g~f*������'    "B  'U^  ���������"--'- /K^  ti^" y^rriPr^v'FfZ ^trr^'isn"^^^ "^TTar-irrm-^ 5,**'"Tr-:'*p-s-nr���������*-p^ THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  *.    . v  *T1 T"lMi1lllillMrVltf*--l ** ���������"������������������  ���������-^-���������..^-..���������.���������.^a-^.^������-^'^.'>.i'������a"Ji.v������i.J������.'ri������������������iu������i-i-  rvwa337aaattaa^;������y������'3>'^*  Issue of $50,000,000 5 per cent. Bonds Maturing 1st December, 1925.  REPAYABLE AT PAR AT  OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CIIARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG  REGINA, CALGARY,    VICTORIA. ,  Interest Payable Half-Yearly���������1st June, 1st December  A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st JUNE, 1016.  THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE    USED FOR WAR    PURPOSES    ONLY   .,  In the event of future issues (other than issues made abroad) being' made by. the Government, for the purpose of carrying' on the war, bonds of this issue will be accepted at the issue price, 07^, plus accrued interest,  as the equivalent of cash for the purpose of subscriptions to such issues. ���������  Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be  made through the chartered hanks.  The interest on the fully registered bonds will he  paid hy cheque, which wiil be remitted by post. Interest on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender  of coupons. Both cheques and coupons wilLbe payable  free of exchange at any branch of any chartered hank in  Canada.  Holders of fully registered bonds without coupons  will have the-right to convert into bonds with coupons,  payable to hearer or registered, without payment of any  fee, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the  right to convert, without fee, into fully registered bonds  without coupons at any time on application in writing  to the Minister of Finance.  The issue will be exempt from taxes���������including any  income tax���������imposed in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada.  The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations of $100, $500, $1,000. Fully registered bonds  without coupons will he issued in denominations of  $1,000, $5,000 or any authorized multiple of $5,000.  ippiication wiJI he made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock  Exchanges.  The loan will berepaiu at maturity at par at the  office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General  at Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver  General at Halifax, St. 'John, Charlottetown, Montreal  Toronto, Winnipeg, Itegina, Calgary or Victoria.  The books of the loan will he kept at the Department of Finance, Ottawa.  Recognized bond and stock brokers will he allowed  a commission of one-quarter'of. one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications which hear their  stamp.  THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers-herewith on  behalf of the Government the above named Bonds for  subscription at 1)7������������ payable as follows,���������  10'per cent on application,  iy2 per cent on 8rU January, 1916,  20 per cent on 1st February, 1910, ���������  20 per cent on lst<-March, 1916,  20 per cent on 1st April, 1916,  ,20 per cent on 1st May, 1916.  The instalments may he paid in full on and after  the 3rd day. of January, 1916, under discount at the rate  of four per cent per annum. All payments are to he  made to a chartered bank for the credit of the Minister  of Finance. Failure to pay any instalment when due  will render previous payments liable to forfeiture and  the allotment to cancellation.  Applications, accompanied by a deposit of ten per  cent.of the,amount,subscribed, must be forwarded  through the medium of a chartered bank. The bank  will issue,a provisionalreceipt.  This loan is autlioried under Act of Parliament  of Canada, and both principal and interest will be a  charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund.  Forms of application may be obtained from any  branch-of any chartered hank in Canada, and at the  office of any Assistant Receiver General of Canada.  Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars  In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit  will be applied towards payment of the amount due on  the January instalment.  Scrip certificates payable to bearer will be issued,  after allotment, in exchange for the provincial receipts  When the scrip certificates have been paid in full  and payment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving  the money, they may be exchanged for bonds with coupons attached, payable to hearer or registered as to  principal, or for fully registered bonds without coupons  Subscription Lists will close on or before 30th November, 1915  Finance Department, Ottawa, 22nd November, 1915.  ilUB ���������Bafl^MWTMHlJMJMgtJ'i^JimWgW.J^.T^Wt'W^^ ',-ig-g ������������������:..>*yW)^'W������"l.i^mv,^.jl^flg^^MW30a^  ,^grcrr^^K}^^^^' ���������_--".<r������iwMfH-yrfio3fgP!^gia!ginifSf=^Baa =���������������"������������������-������������������-���������������������- -���������������"���������shi'mih1" "���������������������������"  ACKNOWLEDGES THE  RED CROSS SUPPLIES  (From Fraser "Valley Record)  The   following  letter   received  by  the secretary of the Mission City Red  Cross society will fully explain itself  "Dear Mrs.- Osborne: The Central  depot acknowledges with thanks your  excellent shipment of Red Cross supplies received this morning.  "A few many-tailed bandages had  the selvedge left on, and the triangular  handkerchiefs   were   unwashed,  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES.  $1.50  TO  $2.00  PER   DAY  A.J, HENDERSON 6c SONS PROPRIETORS $  otherwise  the  consignment  was  excellent.  "The enteric shirts and pyjama  suits were excellent and much commented upon. I have kept one out  for my sample drawer. We shall  look forward with pleasure to the  next Red Cross supplies from Mission  City, Yours faithfully Margaret Mills,  Chairman, Central Depot Property  Committee."  Mr. Faulkner of Murphy's Landing  was in town on Thursday.  L  O  Our paper g������3s to &9 homd  and Is read and welcomed thoro.  If you wisf^rt reacfefifio houee������  wife; thereof arbiter of domostle  destinies, you can do so throat  our paper and our Ctassliilori  Want Ads. foroi an Interesting  end well-road portion of It  ������   '  WCKQkM Umi   ������<*ur4,  "ROUGH ON RATS" clears out Rato  Mice; etc. Don't Dlo In-the-House'.  .1,5c and 25c, at Drug and Country  Storey. .   ���������'  WAJVTI'l) TUM'LHS FOR CANNING  Will give $l2.00j)or ton, delivered  -ut Wharf for ahlpmont per -S. S.  "Skoonu". The Klng-Bcach Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Mission City.  13. C. - ,  Tho, Women's Institute of Hatzic  through their secretary, Mrs. Fergus-  o ii, handed the secretary' of the Mission District Patriotic Fund the sum  of ������25, being a part ofi the amount  recently voted to the Women's Institute from the Hatzic Machine Gun'  iFund.  (M]ffial������fi"flwig  QQSQQiaoaarai  JMSHi  J. H. JONES  Funeral Director"  - Furnisher of Funeral Supplies .-  Phone Connection. Mission City  tMIMilM.(i  HaaiaQfEBEHEBOBIBQBE-J-"-]  Genera! Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Worlt'.of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next" to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  Robson Bros.  Poultry Tonic  ���������and���������  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  FIXING Ul* RIVERSIDE ROAD  All credit is due Mr. S. A. Caw-  ley. M.- L. A., Chiliiwack for having  a scow load of gravel to be put on  the Riverside road between the river  and the C. N. R. crossing, to fix up  the very impassable piece of road  which the Matsqui council do not  seem to be able.to take care of.  It will be a great convenience to  the travelling public to have this road  put in repair for the winter.  Thursday with all the wind and  rain was considered one of the finest  of days for duck shooting that could  be desired. Poor hunters! ,  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished' '  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY,  PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B   C.  li  ^V ^^^"^t������\gf"^^^;^���������^.^^'������������������J'i^-^

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