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We will   always make  a point to secure the best the mar-  it  ���������' >  kef   can  supply  us   in  Born���������To Mr. and Mrs. Geo  a daughter.  Roitli  Jack Vanetta was  coast tliis week.  a visitor to the  spent  Some Russolito    preachers  last Sunday in town.  Messrs Boyd and 'Trethewey spent  the week end in Vancouver.  Messrs  Sutherland'   and    Blair  spent last Sunday in Vancouver  Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith motored to  Westminster and back:on. Monday,  >s  .erchandise  Prompt and careful delivery service  to   all  .   parts of town.  _.  We are ALSO Sole Agents for  Purity  Flour; We also  anril* Five Roses. Royal Standard and B. and K^Flours  The ordination of Mr. J. C. Alder  takes place on Tuesday th- 6th at 2  p. m. at Aldergrove.  " The family of Mr.- H. B. Hill have  taken up their residence in the apartments over the store.  - Rev. J. Thorburn Conn of Mission  City will preach on October 11th' in  exchange with Mr. Campbell.    .  Rev. J.' L. Campbell attended the  convocation services of Westminster  Hall on Tuesday at Vancouver.  The Pioneer Store  J  GENERAL   COMMITTEE  OF  : MATSQUI WAR FUND  A meeting of the general committee was held in the exhibition building of the Matsqui Agricultural and  ���������Horticultural Association at Gifford  on Monday,1 September 28th, the following persons' being present: Wm.  Merryfield, G. Satchell, R. Beaton, H;  R. Philips and J. B. Millar.  By motion Wm. Merryfield was elected chairman and J. Gibson secretary Treasurer.  The chairman reported that the  Mt Lehman L. O. L. had appointed  ttiev-Master of the Lodge as a working member^of the committee. On  motion the appointment was accepted'and'the Master, Mr. J. E. Israel  took his place at the Board.  Considerable discussion took place  as to. the. best way of disposing  of  "the"fund's which would be collected  . by the-committee.    They were of the  opinion that very little, if any, relief  ���������would be necessary for the residents  of Matsqui and if any should be necessary' for' residents of Matsqui the  municipal council would assume   the  responsibility. ��������� "   ���������  Millar-Beaton, that all money collected by the General Committee be  sent to the Patriotic Fund at Ottawa.  Carried.  It was thought by the committee  that its usefulness would be enhanced  by inviting, others to . join  the  committee. ���������-'    '  ��������� -  Israel-Satchell, that the following  persons be asked to join the general  committee. P. Conroy, T.. Goodchild,  C. R. Crist, W. J. Marsh, Miss L. L.  Cruickshank, C.. T: Purver, J. A.  McGowan and J, W. Hannington. Carried. ��������� ���������'..���������'  The chairman stated that as tne  reeve he would ask the municipl coun  ell to hold concert and ball in the  Municipal Hall in the near; future  Israel Phillips, that the municipal  council be given assurance that    as  sistance will he-forthcoming from the  general committee for a Patriotic  .concert and ball in the municipal  hall.    Carried.  The secretary was instructed to inform the council that they were of  the opinion that the admission fee  should be 50 cents for the concert  and supper and 50 cents extra for  those who wished to take part in the  ball, also, that Friday, October.16th  would be a suitable date.  The meeting then adjourned to  meet at the call of the chairman.  Mr. S. Brook has returned to town  after having been conducting businessi negotiations in Varyvpuyer.    . f-  Mr. J. C. Alder was licensed to  preach by the Presbyterian Presbytery of Westminster on Tuesday Sept.  ���������29th. after a very satisfactory examination.    -��������������������������� -  . Messrs. Henry Smith' and W. Camp,  bell were out on a fishing expedition  last week. Mr. Smith, got .two little  trout while Mr. Campbell got a little  experience. . -        -  Mrs. Boyd's popular afternoon teas  have been discontinued for the season. Other forms of entertainment  are being arranged for during the  coming winter months.  ' The Presbyterian Missionary Society of Westminster Presbytery will  meet in the.Presbyterian church, Abbotsford on Thursday, October 11.  VANCOUVER CITZEN'S WAR FUND  The   secretary   of   the  Board     of  Trade hands us the following letter  for discussion:  The Secretary,  Board of' Trade,  Abbotsford, B.  C.  Dear Sir: ��������� ,  The Vancouver'Citizen's War .1 und  are soliciting contributions    in.    the  way of produce, such as vegetables,  butter, eggs, etc., and we have opened a warehouse at 44 Cordova St., fc  for the reception and distribution ot  such  goods.    The C. P. .R.  Have  a-  rgreed to give free transportation ot  all goods, sent to the Vancouver Citizen's War Fund Committee, and we  shall be extremely thankful for any  contributions from your section    or.  ���������the-country as above outlined.    ^  . On behalf of the executive committee I  trust  you  will  give> this  due  publicity amongst the business men  of your section.  Thanking you in-anticipation    ot  your courtesy, I am.  Yours truly,  C.'H: BONNOR,  Secrtary for the Mayor, Exec. Sec.  War Fund Committee.  What does that wearied look mean  on F C 's fcae? It looks as though  he was expecting���������the war to end  soon, or some other great event. He  was at Mission City this morning.  Scotch Linoleums���������We have an  excelent stock of these marked down  to bargain prices���������less than wholesale���������for quick sale. Call and see  us. Spencer & Hill, Brook's Old  Stand, Abbotsford.  B.  Messrs. J. M. Spencer and A.  Hill, who have taken over the o.  Brooke's stock, have about doubled  the present stock by adding a large  shipment of general merchandise  from Vancouver. This is all being  disposed of at greatly-reduced prices.  Rev Dr. Grant who labored for  many years in Trinidad will speak  next Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church on his work there and  his present work in B.C. among the  Hindoos. He will speak also in Hunt  ingdon St. Paul's church at 3 p. m.  and again at Mt. Lehman at <:30  James Ro7T&~Co. opened their  new store for business on Thursday  The opening of this store is.being  welcomed by the ladies oi: Abbot&toid  and surrounding district as the> stock  carried is especially suited tor the  focal trade and .it-will now be��������� touncl  unnecessary, to travel to other towns  in order to'secure really .high class  ladies' and children's goods and millinery- ��������� ;   A  CORRECTION  Mr. Chas B. Hill-Tout writes this  ���������naner that there were no sugar beet.-,  but his at the fair and his therefore  took the prize..  Matsqui was favored with a fine  day for the fair although the appearances on the morning of the visitors'  day was not any too promising for  a beautiful day, but-all were agreeably surprised, and " large crowds  visited the fair in the afternoon.  Mr. S. A. Cawley/M. L. A., for the  Chilliwack riding opened: the. fair-in  words' of encouragement "rto" \ those  who contribuetd to the success, of.the  one great event of the year when the  farmer proudly produced his stock,  his cattle* nad'his'field .produce for  the examination .of his neighbors and  their friends: "'.' - Mr. Scott, deputy,  minister of Agriculture was also present and addressed the visitors and exhibitors;, speaking words of encouragement. . ������������������  While in ,��������� some respects the fair  was> not as good as.might be expected  from a rich and prosperous district  like Matsqui, yet on the whole \t  was a ^ely'fair example of the field  produce, cattle and horses, also fruit  that has made .Matsqui'famous-as an  agricultural district.  In the horses one ,saw many fine  samples  of  heavy  and  light  horses,  that no farming community need be  ashamed of. By consulting'prize list,  the names of the owners can. be seen  It would" apaprently seem as though  the   farmers ��������� of   the prairie   believe  that" when it comes to fine horses-no  class, of animal is too good for the  cultivation of the fields, and for travelling on the roads.  The stock was excellent but wanting very much in quantity. . .  The hall although not so. filled to  overflowing as last year was a .picture- for the intending settler to behold:' The varieties of apples, .pears  and other fruit were large and well  formed, - while the -vegetables..were  a puzzle to' the-judges to'decide who  won the prizes. , '  In the ladies' department there  were some' excellent work showing  tlie ladies of the district are:not behind other districts in the fancy articles that go to make up a comfortable home.'  In the upstairs part of the hall was  an exhibit that was actually, a great  credit to the schools of the municipality   the teachers who taught the pupils .and also the  cleverness  of the  boys-and  girls of the  schools.  The  exhibit which.was a collection ot a  number of the schools.of the muni-  cipa ity was .an exhibit of the writing  and  drawing  capabilites.of tne  children attending the schools. "The  small boy vand the small girl had a  part in the work.   .One side of the  room  and  wall  and  a  table  in  the  centre  was  crowded'with the little  pieces of paper, in drawing represent  ing  some  dog,' cat, bird,  or  flower,  in freehand and brush work, while in  writing the/exhibit was good. If-the  samples   shown; ^vere   an   everyday  affair of 'what kind  of, writing the  boys and girls do then it bodes well  for future happiness, as good writing  is a passport the world over.  division A���������Horses, Heavy Draught,.  1500 Lds and Upwards  Brood mare with foal at foot- -l,  Percy Smith.  " - -'  Colt, two years old, gelding or ally  ���������1, C. R. Crist; 2, Prey Smith.  : Colt, one year old, gelding or Ml y  ���������1 A  Cruickshank; 2, Percy Smith.  Suckling foal���������1, Percy Smith.  Span horses, mares or geldings  in .harness���������1, Percy Smith; 2, Wm.  Elliott.  Agricultural  Colt, two years, gelding or filly���������  1, N. Machell; 2, R. A. Beynes.  Colt, one yeor, gelding or filly��������� i,  Percy Smith. .      .  Sucklingfoal���������N. Machel .  Span horses, mares or geldings, in  BEEN OPENED AT MATSQUI  A high school has been established.'  at Matsqui and will shortly be run-    ���������  ning full swing with some 22 pupils  in   attendance   and   a   full   staff   of  teachers. " ; .,  It appears that Inspector De Long  was requisitioned to visit Abbotsford  and Matsqui with a view of carrying  out  the' old. idea of" establishing ' a  high.'school for the two "districts.-fie  visited ''Matsqui,' but not- "one of ��������� the  trustees! of  Matsqui,   not' even ��������� the  chairman who takes a'keen interest  in!all school matters.-It is said that  the inspector reported    that'. there  were'only 8 or at the most 10 pupils  sufficiently advanced to attend a high  school if established at Matsqui while  if established at   Abbotsford   there  would .be, a larger attendance. . The   ���������  report recommended Abbotsford    as  the proper place for the"high school.  Tlie' people of Matsqui became' indignant at what they, called an unfair  report and searched among their fair  and youthful hopefuls and found that  they, had 22 of school age and if absolutely'necessary could! flndlaeyeral. .,  more in the municipality now attending .a high ���������school .'at  other points.  Arrangements  have'been   made  for  the proper tuition' ofthe boys and  girls and. the work will go oh as if  organized on the recommendation.of-,  the inspector.   ,.        . ,    ..',..  '  ��������� The. enthusiasm anl energy of,,the  people of Matsqui .are.to,be..commend-  ed,in,'th'e'securing/of.their; pupils of  a high- school educat'loA,,and}lf" there  are 22 pupils who require 'higher education at that point they are; entitled  to a high school irrespective of ..a similar school at any other, poini.  F C. Wiggins ".was ,a visitor to  Mission City today where he went to  meet Mrs. Wiggins'and child who  have been visiting . relatives..inj the  Old. Country for, the past fo;ur.months.  BOARD OF TRADE TO MEET  -.A meeting of.the.Board of Trade  will be held on Monday "next, Octob- -  er"5th.   when .the   question   of ��������� the  ratiiotic" Relief -Fund -will come up  for discussion.     - ���������  A full attendance of.the board is  earnestly requested..  CLEARING SALE NOW ON  Buy now and save money on all  general lines of Dry Goods, .Groceries, Enamelware, etc. Spencer f  Hill, Brook's Old Stand, Abbotsford.  harness���������1, M. B. Alexander;   2, F.  Coghlan.  Roadsters  Brood mare with foal at '.foot���������1,  L. DeLalr; 2, A. Cruickshank.  Colt, two years,, gelding or fllly���������  1, John Muray.  Colt, one year, gelding or filly���������1  John Murray; 2, Percy Smith.  Suckling foal���������1, L. DeLair;, Z, J,  Olson. V     r>  Driving team  in  harness���������l,     u.  Nicholson; 2, C. T. Purver.' .  Saddle horse���������1, C. T. Maynor; 2,  p. Smith. .     .  Heavy draught stallion, pure bred  ���������1, W. Elliott. .  Roadster,   stallion,  pure bred���������l,  (Continued on Page Two)  TOMw>*w.r^ra������B������iw^^^^  r ���������f~~-  ur ������������������ THE "ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, fi. C.  ^.������^������^MijurJA-Jwrsnnajiwfsss^ sua .������������������i.?  ���������us������&E������������sas828Bt'  THE ABBOTSFORD POST.  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company  A weekly Journal devoted to tho interests of Abbotsford and district  Our  Advertising rates , made  known  on   application  Shibboleth���������Neither   for ' nor   agin'   the   Government  ' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2nd, 1914  ' in t'utiiro when the historian writes  up the present war will tlie Kaiser  be considered a great man���������great in  warfare, great in moral reform,,great  as a ruler? '  In warfare the Kaiser's men so far  have acconiplihcd nothing except the  concmeringand administering of very  great, cruelty   upon   a   nation   vory  much smaller than tho German Em-  plro���������Belgium. Nothing yet has been  accomplished in the way of coiiquor-  , ing Franco or Britain, and he  cannot make the excuse of being unprepared.    Since the war began the German navy and merchant ships  havo  been  driven   off  tlie  high  seas���������tlie"  navy subjected to a'bottling process  that  sends   out   a   little   gas   fumes  once in  a while  in  the shape  of a  submarine. Over 800,000 tons of shipping according to reports, of the German merchandise has been  delayed.  The foreign possessions, one.after another   have  fallen   before' a  British  ��������� navy. The fact of the matter is that  the Kaiser has subjected himself and  his people- to  the most severe criticism of the civilized world���������even the  heathen nations have considered his  actions   such   that   it  jars   on   their  nerves and they have come  out  to  fight.    Great in his own mind���������great  bluff  -    The Napoleon of a. hundred years  ���������ago started out to conquer the world  and had  he not met the British  at  Waterloo would have succeeded pretty well, having conquered Spain, It-  < aly, Austria, Germany, and had a big  tumble out of. Russia, but being cap-  ' 'tured shortly after the battle of Waterloo,,he spent-his days in retirement  ' Yet Napoleon  has a better. right to  .   greatness than has the Kaiser, .whom  ���������we believe will never be considered  - anything other than a traitor to his  ;��������� country and his people.  conduct him to the nearest recruiting  office; if he refuses, without sufficient  excuse, they simply say. "Then permit me to present you with a white  feather." As a rule one white feather has been found to do the trick  Few young men have been found callous to risk a second. In addition,  the girls agree, and it is said they  stand by their bargain, to boycott  communication between the German ' any young man of their acquaintance  and English peoples for many years ' who "funk" service. This may seem  past has brought them into such rela- an extreme step, but only to those  tions with one another as has tended who have not realized the seriousness  to produce mutual respect and friend- of the present crisis and who do not  liness. The amazingly rapid progress feel that when Kitchener says he  in popular education in'Germany dur-I wants men "this means you" There  ing the past forty years, and espocial-  are   hundreds  of   young   1'ellowB  of  Beets, 1-2 long, 3  son; 2, H. Towles.  Beets, turnips, 3-  2, J. T. Aish.  Citron, 2���������1, R. Beaton;  2, J. T.  Aish.  ���������1, A. O. Thom-  1, R. Rottluff;  Pumpkin, 2  , Bates.  Squash, 2���������1, P. Conroy; 2,  L. McGowan.  1, R, Beaton; 2, Wm  Miss  (Continued on Page Three.)  The world loves a hero no matter  where or whom- he may be, but the  heroic '(?).. deeds of the present emperor of Germany will never be models for Sunday School children.  As time goes on and the public are  being enlightened more and more upon matters relating to the war, says  the  Penticton  Herald,  it is  noticed  that careful writers and speakers are  trying to emphasize the    distinction  which exists between the bulk of the  people who , compose the population  of the German Empire, and the milit-  ' ary' class which has been so successful in turning things uside down in  that'-' country.      More and more too,  the references are to Prussia, as the  chief -responsible factor in condition  of things which has been brought a-  bout, and as, in.this rspect, essentially-distinct  from, the    other    states  which 'belong  to   the   confederation,  and which are obliged to submit to  the control of the dominant member  of the group.    England has no quarrel with the German people as such.  In many things there exists a natural kinship between the two peoples.  And  the  manner  in   which   German  subjects, engaged in various pursuits  in England, are  treated, as well  as  the moderation  and kindness shown  towards German prisoners of wnr,and  wounded,  are a     strong    indication  that  the   factor   of  personal  enmity  hardly  enters into  the  situation   at  all.    The spirit of vindictive revenge  is almost entirely absent.    In the war  the Issues seem to be very completely  detached from evrything in the nature   of  personal   animosity,  and  to  concentrate    themselves    upon    (ho  great abstract, impersonal principles  Which are at stake.    Constant inter-  ly the  exceptional  strides taken  in  the fields of art,  science,  literature  and  philosophy,  had evoked  an admiration which the    English    people  were not slow to give.    The protest  against the war signed by a number  of eminent Cambridge professors, on  tlie'ground   of  Germany's vast  contributions to culture in recent years,  may have been ridiculous, but it.possessed a significance of its own.    To  those men of learning laboring under'  the necessary limitations in the perspective of the scholar, the war seemed   monstrous,   unnecessary  and  absurd,   and  doubtless there  are  very  many of tho leading minds in  Germany  which   shared  their    opinion,  Facts and reflections of this kind do  make the tragedy  of tlie war more  complete.    What, then, are we-fighting for?     For many years there lias  been growing up in the heart of the  German Empire, a dark sinister influence, an evil, baneful spirit, which  is tlie flat contradiction and negation  of-tlie ideals, of nineteen centuries of  Christianity.    This   has . received   its  inspiration from the prevalent teaching  of   certain   kind  of. philosophy,  represented by Nietzschhe Trietschke  and his followers, the tone of which  is notoriously subversive of christian  idoals, and which,- when stripped of  all its'trappings, is no less monstrous  a  theory than  that    might    makes  right, and that the nation which can  nurse   its   power   to   such   a  degree  that it can force its will upon other  nations, 'is justified in doing so, re-  gardlesss of  all  the other  considerations.    It is  Napoleonism  re-incarnated, the spirit of empire-lust, cutting lose from all the temperate restraining influences which make for  a  live-and-let-live  policy among nations      Oold,  cruel,  and calculating  it derides the peace which grows up  from within, as the expression of the  virtues of amity and good-will,  the  peace which results from the will and  the effort to  make .mutual concessions'acording to the dictates of the  Golden Rule, and has a place only for  that peace which is a result of forced  submission  to- the   iron  heel.    This  ugly'theory has been laying its hard  steel-like  clutch  upon the  vitals of  national  life  in  Europe during  the  past quarter of a century.    It is not  altogether confined to one nation. It  may be, perhaps, more aptly likened  to an octupus reaching out with Its  tentacles   in   all   directions,   but   its  centre is in Prussia, and the expression of its worst tendencies is seen to  day in Prussian militiarism. That materialistic  spirit,   which  has  at  last  revealed itself in its true nature has  been  fed   by   the   dream .of   world-  empire,  which,  as  Professor  Cramb  has shown in his work entitlel "Germany and England" demands for its  realization the utter" destruction    of  France and'the overthrow of England  The mask has been thrown off,- and  England has been aroused to the grim  realities.    It  is  this   which   we   are  fighting,, this menace to the freedom  and the peace of the civilized world,  and this is the reason for the existence today of  that  restrained    and  quiet, but resolute determination that  this hideous thing be the sacrifices involved what they may, shall be destroyed.  this type in Victoria, Are our girls  patriotic enough to start a White  Feather League?���������Victoria Week.  PRIZE WINNERS AT MATSQOT  THE   WHITE   FEATHER   LEAGtJE  A remarkable league has been established in London.      It is the work  of   the  girls,   and   is   meeting   with  singular scccess. It was originated in  consequence  of   the     serious     complaints made  by our  leading public  men of the' difficulty in iducing able-  bodied young men. of a certain class  to enlist.    One of the leading London  dailies comented  upon the fact  that any day one might see several  thousand  young  fellows hanging a-  round Hyde Park or St. James' Park  watching  tlie  troops   drill,  but  that  on  being approached by the recruiting officer they melted away.      Lord  Kitchener's appeal has been insistent  and   finally   has   so   impressed     the  girls  that  they  started  a      "White  Feather League"      The organization  covers the whole of London.    It is a  recruiting agency.    The girls divide  into squads and patrol certain specified sections. Every young fellow they  meet is politely accosted and asked  to enlist.    If he  consents, the girls  (Continued from page ly  J. Murray;  2, W. Elliott.  Single driving horse in harness���������  1, Wm. Crosier; 2, L. DeLair.  Division ii.���������Cattle, Short Horn  Cow, any age���������1, It. A. Baynes; 2,  R. A. Baynes.  Heifer���������1, R.,A. Baynes.  llolsteins  Bull,  pure  bred,  2 years old and  upwards���������1,  H. F. Page;   2,     Ellen  Almgrene.  Bull, pure bred, under 2 years���������1,  R. A. Baynes;  2, J. Olsen.  Heifer���������1,  L. H. Delesalle;   2, R.  A. Baynes.  Cow, any age���������1 and 2, L. H. Delesalle.  Calf���������1 and 2, R. A. Baynes.  Jerseys  Cow(, any age���������1, J. Olsen;  2, L.  I-I. Delesalle.  Heifer���������-1,   P.   Smith;   2,   L.   H.-  Delesalle.  Ayrshires  Cow, any age���������1, R. A. Baynes.  Calf���������1,  L,   H.  Delesalle.  Division C. Sheep  Ram, two shears and over���������1, W.  Elliott;  2, F. Coghlan.  Ewe, two shears and over���������1, Jas.  Yuill;  2, F. Coghlan.  Ewe lamb���������1, Jas. Yuill;    2,    F.  Coghlan.  Three ewes  (pen)���������1, Jas Yuill;  One ram and three ewes, different  ages  (in pen)���������1,  Mrs. Wm.  Harrison; 2, Jas. Yuill.  Division D.���������Pigs.  Berkshires  Boar,  pure  bred,   any  age���������1,  L.  DeLair; ' 2, L.  DeLair.  Sow any age���������2, L. DeLair.  Yorkshire and Chester White  .   Boar, pure.bred, .any agee���������1, P.  Smith. -  . Sow,   any  age���������1   and   2,  R.    A,  Baynes   >, ' )���������  ''     Any Other Breed  Spring store pig, eight months old  any breed���������1, A. O. Thomson;  2, R.  A. Baynes.  Division E.���������Dogs  Collie Dog���������1,  C.  T.  Maynor;  2,  Percy Smith.  Pointer���������1, M. E. Alexander.  Fox Terrier���������1, C. T. Maynor;    2 i  Maud Beharell.  Division F.���������Poultry  Plymouth   Rock,   barred���������1,     D.  Gibbard; 2, D. Gibbard.  Leghorn,  single  comb,  brown���������1,  E. J. Westlin.  Leghorn S. C, white���������1, R. Rottluff  Bantam, best pair���������1, Edna Bates;  2, E. J. Westlin.  '   Turkey, male, brown���������1, Gibbard  THE VANCOUVE  and receive the latest,' most complete and  most reliable reports published in   British  f ���������  -'" Columbia.   ,  Rates: $3.00 Per Year; 25c Per Month  Daliy Province,     Vancouver, B.C.  ^  ATSQUi-SUMAS  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each: Month  -Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  ������r information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  the district, and industries already established, , -  Bros;  2, Mrs. Wm. Bates.  Turkey, brown, female���������1, Mrs.  Wm. Bates.  Geese, male���������1, E. J. Westlin.  Geese,   female���������1,   E:  J.  Westlin.  Ducks, Pekin, male and female���������  1, Percy Smith.  Pigeon, best pair���������1,'E. J. Westlin;  2,  Chung Wal.  Hen eggs, "best 12, white���������1, Mrs  Wm. Bates; 2, Chas. Crawford  . Hen   eggs.best   12   brown���������1,   P.  Smith;  2,.Mrs. Wm. Bates.  Division   'G���������Dairy     Produce     and  Honey  ���������10-Ib. crock Dairy Butter���������1, J. A  Morrison; '2, Mrs. L. McKinon.  lb private Dairy butter���������1, Mrs.  M. E. Alexander; 2, J. A. Morrison  Five lbs. private Dairy butter���������1,  J. A. Morrison; 2, Mrs. A. T. Car-  michael.   .  Honey in comb, three sections���������1  R. Beaton;( 2, J. A Hargitt.  Three lbs extracted honey���������1, R.  Beaton; 2, Thos. Lehman.  Division ������H.���������Vegetables  Celery, white, 3���������1, A. Millar;  2,  A. L. Bates.  Cauliflower, 2���������1, A. L. Bates.  Cabbage round���������1, C. T. Purver;  2,  P., Conroy. '  Cabbage, pointed, 2���������L/C. T. Purr  ver; 2, A. Millar.  Cabbage, round, red,2���������1, P. Conroy; 2, C. T. Purver.  Cabbage, savoy, 2���������1, A. L. Bates  Carrots,   red,   short,   5���������1,   A.   T.  Goodchild; 2, E. H. Pierce.  Carrots, red, 1-2 long, 5���������1, Mrs.  Wm. Harison; 2, P. Conroy.  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and looks good;  . ring up  CURRIE & McKENZIE  [isurance  Insure your horses and cattle in  case of accident or death  A valuable Mare is worth insuring, so are  the other farm stock. See me as to cost  of this kind of insurance, which is very  reasonable.  ,������  ^ L  I  vj  i  )1  **  1  Abbotsford Mm  '���������'"���������ii-i  m  i  'lJ  'M  THW AB'BO'fSFPKD JfUST, ABBOTSFOKU,  U.  (J.  /.I***   |   Ml  rfnfliVi)i-*.ii  '���������*^l,_i;ifi'������fc������'*"f**  MMWBIMWMtMWIWMMW^iWWi ���������������������f������M���������������Hh  aw;������h'jj  ^���������f.'y.i'n/.wal  MATSQUI PRIZE  WINNERS  (Contiued from Page 2)  Vegetable Marrow, 2���������1, R. Beaton; 2, E. H. Pierce.  Onions.' red,  5���������1, P.  Conroy;  2,  C. T.  Purver.  Onions, white, 5���������1, C. T.- Purver;  2, A. L. Bates.  Onions,' yellow,  5���������1,  P. Conroy.  2, C.:T. Purver,'-���������;,    -'_  .<   CollectionVof '.. onions���������1,< A.    L.  'Bates:, r   i ���������>'<      '    '    ; y    \'  '..'Onions, pickling;-1 quart-^1, A. L.  Bates.  ���������:    Parsnips, C���������1, P.  Conroy;  2, E.  . H. Pierce.  Tomatoes, 5���������V; Percy Smith.  '  , ,   Cucumbers, 5���������1, A. L.. Bates. ���������  Cucumbers,  telephone,   5���������1,    R.  Beaton;  :    THAT  LOOK  OF  SATISFACTION  Is in tho face of    every    man  "fresh from his morning plunge.- ���������  But whother tho plungo is a do- .  .   -light, or an unpleasant task to  hurry "through,     depends,   on  .  your'bathroom. VV6 can put in  all'tlie new improvements, and  '   , fixtures,   In  your   biithroom   at  most,, reasonable''prices.  WM. ROBERTS  ' , Plumbing: Shop  Old Cmamery tildjr Abbotsford  -' Cucu:,ubers, pickling, 12  Ba'-oM.  Corn,   5���������1,  Wm.  Bates;   2, 'Mrs.  Wm. Harrison.  Rhubarb,  5���������.1,  C.  T;  Purver; -2,  J. T. Aish.  Green peas in pod, 12���������1, A. L.  Bates; 2, P., Conroy.        '   "    .  Wax Beans, in pod, 12���������1, A. L.  Bates; 2, E. i-T. Pierce. ,���������      ���������.   ��������� ���������.  Pole beans in  pod,   12���������1,  E.  H.  P.iorce;  2, A. Millar.   . ������������������  ''���������.Green peas in, pod,  12���������1, E. H.  Pierce.    ',     - ..,,������������������.  ,���������; Brussels Sprouts',''2 heads���������1, E. H  Pierce'.' ( *  Potatoes,, Rochester Rose, *12���������1,  A. W. Porath..  Potatoes,-Beauty of I-Ioborn, 12���������  1, Mrs. 'Wm. Harrison; 2,' Chung  Waili. 0    " ,  Potatoes,' Empire state, 12���������1, A.  We have just received arid  placed ;on our shelves a full  assortment of Men's Women's aind Children's Rubbers.  Prices from 50c to $1.05.  !, A.-'L..' W. Ponltli; '2;. H. C. Benson.     -  Potatoes,'-Gold     Coin,    1-2��������� 1, S.  Aisli; 2, A.'' F. Carmicliael.  ,-,  Potatoes, :Scotcli   Champion,   12���������  1, A. F. Carmicliael.,  Potatoes,   red,   J 2���������I,  A.-F.  Car-  miclmol; 2, H. (J.'IJenson.  ���������'   Potatoes,- wliito,    12���������1,     A.     E.  Ferguson;  2, A:'< \V. Poratli.  ��������� Potatoes,'largest, 12���������1,      Chung  Wai;  2,' a. L. Bates.  ' -1 Potatoes, collection of named var-  iolies���������r-l;- Thos.'-Lolnnan.  Division   L.���������Field   Products  Oats,)white; one bushel���������1,   L. H.  -Djlsallu;-2,'Percy Smith.    '���������  Mangolds,    'Globe,   3-M, - E.     I-I.  Pierco;- 2/A/L. '-Bates. .     ���������  ���������  'Mangolds,- long/; red, '3���������1,  J. T.  Aish;  2, C. -IV Purver. ���������  ' ' MtlngOlds, Tankard,-3���������1, A.    L.  Bates. . ���������   .      .   ��������� ,,    ���������  .- .-Beets,, sugar,'-a���������-1,, P.;;Conroy; -2,  A. L. Batos. ���������  ���������  ���������Turnips, Swede, 3���������1, W. Towlim  2I'1J.--JJ. Delesalle'.., .������������������������-  -   Turnips,' any variety,   3���������.1, John  Olsen.  Carrots,' rod,   G���������1,  A.   0.  Thomson; 2, l\ Conroy.--  Carrots;-white,'-'fi���������>1,-A. L. Batos;  2, A. E.  Ferguson.  Cabbage, 2��������� 1,'C, T. I'urvor >  Lvalo, 2���������1, A'. L. Bates. ,'  Bale 1-lny, clover,���������1, Beorcy Smith  .  Balo'Jiay, mixed���������1, Percy-Smith.  Division ,1.���������Fruits, Flowers and  Gravenstein,  si���������1,  E. 'II.  Pierce;  2, Merryliold Bros*.    '  King of, Tompkins,   5���������I,   .   Chas  Christianson-;  2,   U. Nicholson.'  ,   Wealthy, G���������i, Merryfield-Bros; 2,  Albert! Thomson.1    ' ;-  Northern'Spy, G���������J, E. H. Pierce';  2; 'A.   Ferguson; *' ' !  Grimes Golden, G���������1, A. E. Ferguson.      ������������������'���������������������������'.'  >Ben Davis, G���������1- Merryfield Bros;  2,-E.' H.  Pierce.  Bule Permain, G���������1, E. I-I. Pierce.  Golden .Russet, G���������1, Merryfiield  ���������Bros. -.���������.'<  Hubbardsori Nonsuch, G���������1, R'.  Beaton.     ������������������      --,'':  i Wolf' River, >G-^1,  Otto Eilen;   2,  R. Beaton. '���������*''.  . .; Blenheim Orange/ 5���������1,- Merryfield  Bros. .'.-'���������  Baldwin,   G���������1,  E5' -H. Pierce;   2,  Meryfield'Bros.          .'���������  " '  ��������� Spitzenberg,   5���������1, 'E.- H.   Pierce.  2, A. E. Ferguson.- ���������-' '-:  ���������Winesa'p, [5���������l;,;t Merryfield, -Bros.  Pewaukee;;";G���������1)< A/E. -^'Ferguson.  " 'Rliode 'Island-G-'ree'nin'g';--5���������1-, Merryfield -Bros: ;T-2,'^Clms.'-Christianson.  .    Red Cr^eK'^PipiW; 5���������1, 'A1.'Thomson ���������'       '  '"   "J!'-- "'-1'-    V-T '      -   "  D.  J,  Largest,  any variety,   G���������1,  Nicholson;   2, Merryliold Brcs. ���������  Crub Apples  Jiyslop,   12���������3,   P.  Conroy;   2  T. Aish,    ' ���������  Any  other  variety,  12���������\,  A.  VV.  Porath;,2, Merryfield Bros.  Peui'fl  Winter   Nellis,'   G~l,    Merryfield  Bros.  Duchess, D'Angouliene, 6���������1, A. O  Thomson.  Any other variety,- fall, G���������1,Merryfield Bros; 2, E. H. Pierce.  Any  other variety,  winter,   G���������1,  A. O. Thompson; 2, Merryfield Bros.  Grapes, colored, 4 bunches���������1, E.  1-1/ Pierce.  Flowers  Specimen, Geranium, scarlet���������1, P.  Conroy;  2, Mrs. J. A. Hargltt.  Specimen Geranium, other variety  ���������2, Miss Lilly McGowan,     '   .  '    Specimen, Fuschia, single���������1, Miss  Lilly'McGowan; 2, Mrs. J. A. Hargitt  Specimen   Begonia���������1,   Miss  Lilly  McGowan;  2, Mrs. A. M. Ham.  Specimen  Foliage Plant���������2,  Miss  Lilly McGowan -   ,  Collection Dahlias���������1, C. T. Purver  2, Jas. Yuill.  Collection Gladiolas���������1, Thos Lehman.  Six  Gladlolias���������1, Thos  Lehman.  Six Cactus���������1, C. T. Purver.  Six varieties of Pansies, two each���������  1,  Mrs.  A.   M.  Ham!  2,  Mrs;  J. A.  Hargitt.  Best plain  cotton  dress���������1,  Mrs.  (,A. L. Goodchild. /  ���������' Best white embroidered centrepiece���������1, Mrs, A. I. Goodchild; 2,  a una Hay ton.  Best   hemstitched   tray   cloth���������1,  Mrs. A. 1. Goodchild.  Best crocheted lace, any kind���������1,  Mrs. A. I. Godchild.  Best half dozen buttonholes on  linen���������1, Mrs. A. I. Goodchild.  Best patched three cornereed tear  ���������1,  Mrs.  A. L.  Goodchild;   2, Effle  Best darning on stocking or sock  ���������1,Bella Baynes; 2, May Wilson.  Best darning on stocking or sock '  School Work  Best exhibit of general work from  any scliool in Matsqui Municipality  ���������1. Matsqui 5-;ho/)l; 2, P.id&oclalo  School; 3, Glenmoro Scliool  " Best collection of Insects, properly named and mounted���������', Put-  rick Conroy ,.  ��������� Writing, beginnors to Second  Reader���������1, Gladys Smith; 2, Edith  Ellinsberg.  Writing Third and Fourth Reader  ���������1, Christine Conroy; 2, Dagmar  Nordin.  Drawing Beginners to Second Reader���������1, Harold Bates; 2,- Margaret  Farr.  Drawing, Third and Fourth Reader  ���������1, Christine Conroy; 2,'Alma Hay-  ton.  Women's  List���������Cooking  Best loaf white bread���������1, Mrs. P.  Six varieties Asters, 2 of each���������   A.Johnston; 2, Mrs. Wm| Bates.  1, C. T. Purver;  2, P. Conroy  'Collection Annuals���������1, P.' Conroy  Collection Wild Flowers by school  Children���������1, Isabel Farr; 2, Archie  Conroy.  Division  K.���������Ladies' Work,  Boy or  Girl Under 12 Years���������Cooking  Best loaf of white bread���������1, Kitty MacLean;   2, Christine MacLean  Best half dozen soda biscuits���������1,  Christine MacLean; 2, Kitty Mac-  Lean.  Best half dozen baking powder  biscuits���������l.Mrs. M. E.' Goddchild; ,2,  Miss .C. MacLean!  Best bottle of Jelly and Jam, one  of each���������1, Beatrice Lehman; 2, Mya  Wilson.  Sewing  Best Jiem'stitched handkerchief���������  ���������1, Mrs. M. E. Goodchild.  Best  handstitched handkerchief���������  1, Mrs.  M.' ,E.  Goodchild.  -  Dressed doll  (all hand made)���������1,  Mrs,  M.  E.  Goodchild; ' 2,  Miss    O.  Nordin.-    -  -.  Scrap   book���������1,   Anna  Lancaster;  2,-Alice Wright;     -  Best loaf of Graham or whole  wheat bread���������1, Mrs. Wm. Bates; 2,  Mrs. A. F. Carmichael.  rBest currant bread���������1, Mrs. Wm.-  Bates; 2, Mr3. R. A., Baynes.;  Best nut bread���������1, Mrs. R. A.  Baynes.  ���������  Best half dozen rclls���������1, Mrs. F.  C. Stocker; 2* Mrs. R. A. Baynes.  Best haf dozen buns���������1, Mrs. C.  Crawford; 2, Mrs. Wm. Bates.  Best half dozen soda, biscuits���������1,  Mrs. R. A. Baynes; 2, Mrs. A. F-  Carmicliael. ' !  Best half dozen baking powder biscuits���������1, Mrs. A. F. Carmichael; 2,  Mrs. J. Olsen.  Cakes  ' Best fruit loaf���������1, Mrs.    F.-'    C.'  Stocker.  Best collection of canned fruit���������1'  Best collection of Jellies���������1, Mrs.  A. W. Porath.  Best collection of Jams:���������1, Mrs. A.  W. Porath; 2, J. T. Aish.   .  . . Sewing  Best  mended  three  cornerel  tear  (Continued on Page Four)  Painf er!ania!P.ecorator  If you wanT any'.artistic' work,,in  Painting, Paperh&n&ing and decorating.give "us a call:.(\/' ;  Practical work  at;:practical prices ,  Abbotsford  :<B3D������  eb&ei  ssBucvmKviiammaiiMiim  )   ��������� ABBOTSFORD, ES. C     .  Strictly .first-class, in every ��������� respect. _., The bar is  stocked with the best of wines,' liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.56 TO  $2.00  PER  DAY  a. A. J, HENDERSON & SONS PROPRIETORS  Gladys Ave.  Abbotsford  <   ,   !  >������Z8������  jfi3B������  si������Mfl������aaMM������wjii wm*m&  BUTCHER  m   Pork, Mutton, Keef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Balogna always;on hand.     Fish every Thursday   'E!  Funeral' Director  .  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Congestion. Mission City  . We have.purchased this stock from the assignee,,  and added many riewiines  AH to be Sold Big Reductions  Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes, Rubbers, Linoleum, Etc.  Buy Here and Save Money  J. M.. SPENCER ��������� .-    .���������H.B.HILL  ^������  tf?S!  ���������ju-J  Absence makes ��������� tho heart  grow fonder, we're1 told, but a  good portrait of theabsent one  will keep the recollection much  more vivid���������and comfort many  a lonely hour of separation.  We make a specialty of. portraiture and o.ur.studio is exceptionally equipped for fine  portrait work.       ' .  The Royal Studio  Every reader of the "Post9 may ,  have a War Map Free,  A Map 3 1-3 x 2 1-2 feet, showing clearly every boundary, every  city, every town, village, hamlet and river in the whole European  War area.    Each map in a neat folder of convenient size.  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ORDER AT ONCE.  J. A; Bates  |Vfc  ������0  Vg  ������i  ������f*������������wij������i*JwuiWTi#K)n������������^j^^wrajmft*.������^^  ���������tti vr*n tr, ������ic-nt n.r-:w,n-?!W\ y> ������* ������**������������������������* ���������*������������������  w r.'���������nM w hfi wfcf w������ *n*tmnasat xmr;  :fl****ww.v;)jKr,WlV^ i  b&**%������<  ^���������wi*a^^ ���������*** j A 'i.l  vrtri   abbotsporD- i������osrr blbbotsfwp. - b. c,.  Miss ID.  F.   rurnbull was a visitor  to Abbotsford on Wednesday.  This week saw several visitors  from Chilliwack, }n town taking in  the sale at B. T. Malcolm's.  Mrs. C. Brown and daughter of  Vancouver, sisent tho week end in  town tho guest of Mr. C. Brown.  Mr. 13. T. Malcolm, our now general merchant, was a passenger to Chilliwack today on the 13. C. Ii. ft.  CO.AIAJITTKM-  FORMED   TO  HANDLti  PATRIOTIC  FUND  At a ineeting'held in-the rooms'of  the Alexandria Hotel on Saturday- of  last week a committee was formed  for the handling of the1 funds'for'the  relief of the distressed caused by  the war. ,The committee is composed of the following, Reeve Munro.-as  chairman; J. W. VVinson, secrotary  N. I'Jirell, treasurer.  A   musical  concert  in   aid   of the  colors���������1, Miss Lilly.-McGowan; '2,  Mrs. F. C. Stoeker.  Best- embroidered runner In white  ���������1, Mrs." A. M. Ham.  Best embroidered runner in colors  ���������1, Miss Lilly,McGowan.  '  Best embroidered'tea-fcosy���������1, M.  E. Jaton;  2;���������'Miss Lilly McGowan  Best embroidered corset "cover���������1,  Mrs. A. W. Porath; 2, Mrs. J. A.  Hargitt. ���������"- ���������  Best ��������� embroidered'.. ;nightgown-���������li  Mrs.  A.  W.  PoratH;   -2,-Mrs.  R.  A;  Mr. W. 1j3. Drunoy, of Vancouver,  H|iont a few hours in Huntingdon on  Thursday on a visit to his brother,  Dr. Drancy.  Mr. Sidney Skinner, who has been  confined to a Vancouver hospital for  some time whore he underwent an  operation, has arrived home.  fund will be held in tho Probsyteriaii- oooper  church  on   Friday  evening,   October.'     Be8t embroldered towels���������1, Mrs  Oih for which a good programme is  now being 'prepared.  Collectors will canvas the district  Mr.  and   Mrs.  A.  ID.  Skinner who  have been enjoying a vacation, have    .... _ .. .    .  returned   home.    The-   greater   part (the present war, the balance will be  for subscriptions during the next few-  weeks and it is expected that a nice  sum will bo realized from their efforts.  ���������The monies realized by means of  the concert, collections, etc., will be  divided equally. Half will be devoted towards relieving the distress in  our own district indirectly caused by  of, the holiday was spent in the Okanagan country which greatly im-  pressed^ Mr. ^Skinner.  Owing to the press of business incidental to the big sale ot general  merchandise being conducted by the  proprietor, Mr. 13. T. Malcolm-has engaged the services of Mr. Thomas  Blatchford to look' after the wants  of the buying public in Huntingdon.  urwardod to the headquarters of the  Canadian Patriotic Fund for distribution.  MATSQUI FAIR PRIZE LIST  Mr. G. W. Russel, manager of the  local Bank of Quebec, is confined  local branch of Quebec, ic confined  to his home with a severe strain. It  is expected that he will require a-  bout a week to put him in ������shape  again.  The retail business conducted by  the Huntingdon Merchantile Co., and  which, was reported as about to be  closed is still operating, Mr. Miller  manager of the company, was a business visitor ' to Vancouver- Thursday  where a meeting of the directors was  to be held.  Practical jokers pulled, one off on  Mr. C. Brown, proprietor of the pool  room and barber shop. Wednesday,  in the temporary absence of the proprietor, , a metal wa'shtub was filled  with straw and other material, this  was'ignited and placed'in a position  where the dense smoke would be  seen at a distance. It worked. The  prqp'rietor smashed all existing records of the cinder path in an endeavor to reach the building and to  save it from certain destruction.  He arrived in time to see the perpetrators dumping the tub of burning straw in the street. , The house  made ten  cents  (Tontinucd from'Page Three)  ���������1, Miss Lily McGowan";  2, Mrs; L-.  Hendrickson.  Best patch on cotton cloth���������1,  Mrs. L. Hendrcikson; 2\ Miss Lilly  McGowan.  Best patch on woolen cloth���������1,  Mrs. A. M. Har; 2, Mrs.'L. Hendrickson.  Best half dozen button holes .on  linen���������1( Mrs. A. M. Ham; 2, Mrs.  F. C. Stocker.  Best pair knitted mits���������1, .'Mrs.  D. Nicholson; 2-, Mrs. A.-M'. Ham.  Best pair men's- socks���������1, -Mrs.  A. M. Ham; 2, Mrs. 0. Nicholson,  Best embroidered-baby's jacket������������������  1, Mrs. J. A. Hargitt.  Best knitted-baby's jacket���������IVMrs  L.   Hendrickson.  Baby's booties���������1,-Miss Lilly McGowan.  Best bedroom-slippers���������1,-Mrs. A.  M.   Ham.  Best crocheted shawl���������1,, Mrs. J.  Olsen.  Best crocheted bedroom slippers  ���������1, Mrs. F. C. Stocker.  Best crocheted baby's-"jacket���������1";  Mrs.  F.  C.  Stocker.  Best pair crocheted baby's booties^  ���������1, Mrs. F. C. Stocker.  Best piece of hemstitching���������1, Mrs:  F. G. Stocker; 2, Margaret Conroy.  Best embroidered centre . piece in  white���������1, Mrs. A. M. Ham; 2, M.  Igeland.  Best   embroidered   centrepiece   in  Dry Goods, Millinery, Ladies' and Children's  Ready to wear and Gents' Furnishings.  Opening Announcement  October 1st, James Ross & Co.; Gazley Block, Abbotsford,  have opened to the public of Abbotsford and surrounding district, a  brand new,, well assorted stock of the above lines.     Every   article  strictly serviceable and up to date, at rock bottom  pri'cesv'consrst-.-,  ent with quality.    Values which will compare with   those   obtain- ;  able in any of the larger centres.     An inspection of our stock   will  satisfy you as to the merits of our merchandise.  Any special article in our line which we have soldout vof can  be procured for you within twenty-four hours.  "Service and courteous treatment is our motto"  We are here to stay and desire  your co-operation- and the-"Honor  of   well   serving  this   community  will   be   our   privilege   and am-  lrrhe circulation of- your-money  in this community enhances the  prosperity of the enLire surrounding country.   -  By dealing with us will mean dollars saved and time well spent.  We cordially invite your inspection and. patronage,  ALL ROADS LEAD TO ABBOTSFORD.  James-'Ro^s & Company  GAZLEY   BLOCK,   ABBOTSFORD,  B. C.  J: A; Hargitt; 2, Mrs/A. W. Porath;  Best embroidered,pillow cases���������1,  Mrs. A. W. Porath; 2, Mrs. J;,Olsen.  Best hand embroidered ' cushion  top���������1, Martha-Olsen;- 2,-Miss Lilly.  McGowan.  Best conventional sofa pillow���������1,  Miss Lilly McGowan.  Hardanger embroidered centre-  piece_-l( Mrs. C. Gllbertaon; 2, Mrs.  A. W. Porath.  Hardanger embroidered runner���������  1,, Mrs. L. Hondrlckson.  Best hand embroidered. table  cloth���������1; 'Miss Lilly' McGowan; 2,  Mrs. A. W. Porath.  Best set .crocheted; table-mats, 3  pieces���������i, Mrs: A. M. Ham; 2-, Mrs;  L, Mcinnon.  Best' hand embroidered <��������� photo  frame���������1, Miss Lilly McGowan-..  Best' hand embroidered* apron���������-i;  ���������Mrs. A; W. Porath; 2, Miss-Lilly McGowan. ,���������       -    .    ���������  Best kitchen apron���������1, Mrs. J... A.  .Hargitt'; -2, Mrs. T. C. Stocker  . Best fancy made- apron���������1,- Miss  Lilly McGowan; 2, Mrs. J. A. Hargitt  ���������    Best'Irish crochet���������1,' Mr,s.-,F.'!Cv  Stocker..  Best pieced' quilt���������1, Mrs: J. A".  Hargitt. j    .    .    '-'  Best coronation braid work���������-1',' Mrs  Ji B. Millar;'        '.   ; -  Besfpunch work'hvWhite���������1, Mrs.  L.  E.  Cruickshank.  ..Best   piece  cross  stitch  work"In  white���������1, Mrs. M..E. Patqn.    ,  Best' hand 'made' hoked 'nig��������� 1,  .Mrs., J. B., Millar.   \  , _ ' ./'Painting's ."." ..<  Best harid, painted'picture���������1; Mrs.  G. G'ilberts'on; 'Z," 'Mrs:: Pennington. -^  , Best  hand-painted  vase���������1,   Mrs/  t:\J: Reld.   ''..'   ,.       V-'.'..     .-���������  Best ,hand painted . cake plate���������t,  Mrs. .t'.V-J., Reid; 2, Mrs.. L. .Hend-  'rickson... ,^ ;,. '. ' '\'      ' '��������� ' ��������� ; ���������  Best hani paintied'cup-and-.saucer  ���������1,-Mrs'.-TVjv'.Reid: > ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� Best'^haftd painted'dinner plate���������  1, Mrs. T. J.' Reld.  Division lii-i-Firte Arts  ��������� Photographs,' collection    of    local  views-;��������� 1, Laura Purver.  Pyrography���������-1; Mrs. C. Gilbert-  son;  2, Laura'Purver:  Landscape painting .���������( in oil)���������3,  Mrs. T. J. Reid.  Landscape painting (water: color)  ���������1, Mrs. T. J. Reid.  Fruit or flowers painting (in oil)  ���������Mrs.  T.  J;  Reid.  Fruit or flowers painting (water)  ���������1, Mrs. T. J: Reid.  Drawing in pencil or crayon-���������1,-  Mrs. C.R.- Crist. ���������  Wood carving���������1,-Mrs. Pennington^  Woodwork, 'some useful articler--  'l/Mlsa Laura Purver.   - ~:  SUMAS  MUNICIPALITY  When ordering your groceries don't forget that we can  supply you with everything, you need. Vour. order, be it  large or small, will be appreciated.  PURITY FLOUR. We are sole agents for this  district for Purity Flour.  ALBERT LEE, GROCER AND  . 'The C. P. R- announce that they.  wllL employ 6000 men extra; but ro-  not state 'whether they- will ��������� be all,!  half or just'-a"-"lew" Ghi-namenw  Br. liR. Draney  'OEHTIST  Dental ;Parlors .next  to'AlexaHdria Hotel  Huntingdon;  B,:c:  HUGH MjcBRlDE  General BEaoksniifIi  And Horseshw  Carriage* and jRepair WorJk of  all Kinds  ' Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to.'Alexandria iHotel.  HUNTINGDON Bi-.C.  Road  By-Law,   No.   134  The Corporation of the District  of Sumas enacts as follows:  A road is hereby gazetted thirty,  three feet on either- side of the  following described line:  Commencing at appoint -where !th'e  east line of the south west quarter  of sectioni 4; - township,' 19,, intercepts  the -International Boundary line,  thence due north one mile to the  north1 boundary, line of- section- 9,  township 19  Passed   first,   second     and     third  reading, July  3rd,  19.14.  ,   Reconsidered, adopted'and'finally,  passed 6th September,  1914.  J. W. WINSON-   FRANK MUNRO  ,   Clerk Reeve.  Certfled a true copy.  J. W. WINSON  CM. C  HUNTINGDON  UNION" ���������  SUNDAY.'SCHOOL  The Huntingdon Union ',. Sunday  School meets -every.. Sunday.;Jn -,.,tto  new School House  at 2.80 .p-.m.  All 'are- cordially invited^-  A.  E,,SK1NNBR, Seo.-TreM;  ST. PAULIS OHURCH,  Tne Union Sunday Sohool and'-fAfauH1  - Bible   Class- meet  at 2:15;,p.ni:  PuUic -.Worship-', at* 8:15.'  ,A- hearty,   invitation*  is-'��������� extend-1  ed to   all  to   attend  these meetings.  J.  L.   Campbell, pastor.  CHARLEY'S. POOL ROOM    ���������  Huntingdon  Fast Tables .-Perfect Cues  The Place to-Meet YouriPrieiulfl  FIRST   CLASS   BARBER   SERVICE  Ask for our:Special-Cigar,at,5cBach.  exan  ������������������wmffi ,���������������  2SSSS=3:  '���������'n' ' ' - '���������������������������   unf Jir-'  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  -Newly- Furnished  Thoroughly- Modern  MURPHY, PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B   C  J  H  i  .iff  ���������ttj  i  'm  \������  '4  ���������I  Hi'  ;i  *?i '���������&  P  ;:'

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