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 V  V  With which is inco'rpoz'&fcecl '"Tiie Huntingdon Star"  Vol. XIV.., No.  25.  -VBBOTSrOJi'D. IV,' C.   FltlDAY,   OCTOBER   .19, 1917  <aaB'jjii������firc'0  $1.00 per Year  r'MILL'S STORE wc  Vol.  Our 0oods are tlie Best  No. no  PERSONALS  THE   \4<HI>S   OK  SOLmHItS  THE   LATEST IN   POLITICS  in  Hall  ;ii'b;   auxiliary  ���������il Friday night  in   aid  of   tho  gave >\ whist  in the lYlasuii-  locul   hospital  We have just placed'in stock several lines |  of Woolen Goods, bought direct from one I  of Canada's most dependable mills. h  These goods were purchased eight months  ago and although the prices are high,  they are at; least 25 per cent lower than today's prices. Our stock is limited. It will  be impossible to replace these lines again  this season, we would therefore recommend  our Customers to secure their winter requirements of these fine real wool goods, at  once.  mixed,  black  worsted  stockings,  sizes  8% to  ....Top  ..#1.00   75(J  ....'.'������5������  ...������r>0  ..AHK-  S-S-.50  Boys'  heavy  wool  10,   per  pair , ::   Boys' Extra heavy ail wool worsted stockings per pair  '..  Men's black or grey worsted stockings, per pair, 50������ to ....  Men's line wool cashmere stockings, per pair, 50(i to    Child's fine worsted stockings, size G to S, per pair, 50������- to  Toques and large variety, each, G0<? to   Men's  Pullover sweaters and  coat sweaters,   $3.75 to     Child's and Boys' sweaters,   $1.25  to : $2.25  Men's wool gloves, per pair, SI.00 to  f $1.25  Women's Cashmere stockings with cotton  tops,  extra value     ������50  all  wool Cashmere stockings, per pair--. 850  All wool Cashmere stockings outside sizes, per pair !>()���������������  and Misses wool mittens, per pair 50 jy  ribbed wool underwear, per garment  $1.00  fleeced underwear, per garment  , #1.25   $2,25  Gloves  and  pent last week  held at the  Wednesday  and  Nel-  her  ���������"V  to  per pan-  Women's  Women's  "Women's  Men's  Men's  Women's winter underwear, per garment, 75$  Men's   Gloves  and   Mitts,   Men's   lined  and   unlined  Mitts now  in stock.  Men's heavy snag proof and pure gum  rubbers,  $3.25  Men's heavy rubber knee boots per pair  (   Men's heavy rubber hip boots, per pair  '.....  Men's  long rubber  boots, per pair   Women's long rubber  boots, per pair    Over rubbers for shoes, all sizes.  Tlu  drive  it:   lia  l.\\only-live (aides wore "played. Mr.  ftcofvold tnui Miss Kr<|irarl. won I ho  I .s{ prizes. iVlr. Shorlrood, Mr. Weir  and iVIrs. Coogan had to draw for  llio consola! ion prize���������Mrs. Coogan  won. The Abbotsford Timber and  Trading Company starred with a dona,  tion of $10.00 and the collections  amounted to $25.20.  ' The Misses Steede  end in  Bellingliani.  The Ladies Aid will be  home of Mrs. Parton on  next.  Miss   Porcival   has   been   sick  Miss Trethewey and Miss -.Mablo  son  have been  faking charge of  division.  Mr. and Mrs. 'McPhee and family  from Murrayville spent Sunday with  the McPhee family here.  Mr. Sumner is indisposed this week  The Ladies Aid have withdrawn  their intention of making up boxes  for the soldiers and the Red . Cross  aro going fo have a shower.on Moil-:  day evening and a little programme  Everyone is invited to bring what  they wish fo help fill the boxes, then  Tuesday afternoon ami evening flic  boxes arc fo be iillod and addressed  ���������many willing hands making Jighi.  work.  . Mrs. Knox and Miss Kennedy were  visitors fo Vancouver last. Friday.  Mr. Zeigler's brother fv.oiiJ Dululh  is visiting hi in Me has not seen him  for  thirty  years.  The bazaar in connection with the  Presbyterian church wiil be li eld in  the Masonic hall afternoon and evening of Oct.-27th. We hear there is  a great display of work being gotten  up���������no less than six quilts, they  must think it is going to be a cold  winter, so batclielors get ready.  in  C.  There  !0(ls in  A.  First,  ,'il  are three great outstanding  the war work of ilie  Y.  M  the period when men leave  civilian life and go into barracks and  form new habits. This  when they will become  fo keeping ��������� in ' touch with home  Ihrough letters, learning how to entertain themselves and be entertained  with those things thai, are around  the barracks. They must get used to  having the army think for them and  care for. them. The Young ,. Men's  ���������Christian Associationrrealizes that in  the new draft there will be a need  practically, as great as with the gathering of the lirst volunteers.  The second great need is in England, where the men-realize that they,  are away from' home. They do not!  have the chance of seeing the home!  folks after a three or four mile ride,j  as the British    soldier    does.      The,  The very, latest in  Charlie   Munro   will  politics is that  withdraw     his  candidature from the Chilliwack riding in favor of Lieu. Ramsay of Chilliwack, who is now on his way to the  is  the timoj district.     He comes with blood in his  accustomed i eye seeking Col. Taylor's scalp.    He  mayhowever get fooled on this matter which  will take all the vim out  of his campaign, should  Col.  Taylor  as the daily papers say, be elevated  to the Senate.    Time will tell.  Then the three new senators are  supposed to be "Billy" Sloan, Mr.  Barnard, ex-M. P., and our own representative for the riding, Col. J. O.  Taylor. There is .however nothing  very definite about this as yet, but  it is coming to all three.  Then for Liberal-Conservative and  win the war candidates supporting  the union government, there are a lot  of names mentioned all having their  following.    There is "Dewdney Bill"  temptations are correspondingly in ,  tense. The Young Men's Christian' Manson, N. S Lougheed J. A. Ca-  Associafion here again accepts the. therwood, Barber of Chi lwack and  responsibility as tar as possible, of re-1 laat but not leant the whirlwind or-  prcsenting the people at home, a.u:i:ator Wm. McNeil of Vancouvor, who  providing   every,   imaginable     thing  that   is   possible   that   will   help     to i  make the life and efliciency of these  men better.  The third great need is in France.  When men have spent four or live  i'days, two weeks, and possibly longer  in the trenches under shell (ire that  cannot, be imagined by any except  those, who have been there where  they have lost the pal that they have  worked with, slept with, and shared  both joy and sorrow for the past two  years. These men, when released  from this strain, are tired, filled with  tlie scenes of the trench life  death, when one realizes    that  has been acting as secretary for the  Canada Power Company. Then there  is a glimmer of light among Charlie  Munroe's friends that, he might be  accepted as the only candidate for the  riding being elected by acclamation.  The Post believes that ,1. .1". Sparrow would make a good candidate.  He has a good Ford, that could supply a reputation for him, and Abbotsford is entitled to recognition being  the, central tQAvn of the district.  The matter of" a* candidate- to support the union government will be  settled   in   Mission   City  at  the  con-  and j vention on November 1st.  few!  ;   to  $:J.75   $5,00   $������,50   $2,75   $3.25  We have a full line of Soldier's Supplies  'Men's Work Shirts, Overalls, Heavy Sox,etc |  Our stock of these lines is well assorted and  closely priced.  GROCERIES���������Our Groceries are always  fresh: our prices are the lowest and the  same to everyone.  TEA SPECIAL���������We have a Bulk Tea spec- |  tally blended for ourselves, which is Be to  .10c a pound better  value   than  package  teas.   Try a pound and be convinced.  COFFEE���������Our Three pounds for a Dollar  Coffee is the best value anywhere.  "Trade where the Trading is Good"  E. Gazley Block  A publi'c lecture will be delivered  on Tuesday, October 30 at 8 p. m. under the auspices of the I. B.S. A. in  the Imperial hall, Mission City, B. C.  bv E. J. Baker Subject of lecture.  "Earth's Great Jubilee; Will the War  Usher it  lection.  in.  All seats free. No col-  WANTE2)���������A boy or girl to learn  to run the linotype machine. Apply  this office.  RED   CROSS   APPEAL  The Abbotsford Feed Cross Auxiliary will hold o Soldier's Shower in  the Masonic Hall on Monday evening  October 2 2. at 8 o'clock.  Contributions of articles suitable  for filling the Christmas boxes for  our hoys at the front will lie most  gratefully   received.  Please give this appeal a hearty  and generous response.  The annual Thanksgiving offering  meeting of the Abbotsford Auxiliary  of the W. M. S. (auxiliary of the  Women's Foreign Missionary cf the  Presbyterian church) wiil be held iu  the church. Abbotsford on Wednesday, October 31 at 7:30 p.m. Everybody is welcome. A good program  and Mrs. Henry will prove well worth'  hearing.     Collection  received.  things in the world will be considered!  ot any consequence if they will only,' Consorvo the Wheat and Wheat Flour  give relief. These men are not nor- Canada and the United States pro-  nial. The few hours that these'men j bably will bo able to provide for the  take to come back to normal are the'Allies' requirements of cereals other  most important hours of a soldier's   than  wheat,  during the next  twelve  Mrs. Maguire of the hospital wish  es to thank those who have ������-iven  donations of clot lies. The hospital  was short of nightshirts. Several  ladies sent some. Mrs. Lee sent the  shirts. Mrs. King gave a nightshirt  Miss Steede after recovering from  her operation gave a small donation  to the hospital. Mr. Rolf" of Matsqui was so pleased with the treatment he received at the hospital, he  left a small donation. Mrs. Maguire  wishes to take this opportunity of  thanking all  these people.  Mrs. Dan Combs has gone to Alma  Nebraska on a two months' trip to  see her mother.  The  Hon.  Judge  G.   W.   1  Ihe Judicial Court, i>. S. A.,  of   Mrs.   J no.   K.   Ilislop   will  guest  during  the'latter- part  month. .     ������������������   ���������       <���������  Mr.-.lohii K. "Hislop of San I  d.o. Calif., is also expected  with his wife the latter part  month.  'ok! or oi!  an uncle  I   ho   her  of ".this'  'rancis  to- "ne  of  tlie  life.    The Y. M.  C. A.  believes that  a cup of coffee, a game of baseball or  seme other recreation, or a concert, a  motion  picture  entertainment,  a  religious service, or perhaps best of all  fo  stimulate  him  to  write home,  is  the great need of the hour.,It is impossible to underestimate the importance of this statement.    The Y.  M.  C. A. once more accepts the responsibility and has stood back of our, men!  in France in this great war.    Back o  Vimy Rid������-e they had mobilized twen  ty-hve  thousand  dollars worth  of e-j  quipnient fo use in the territory that;  would  be gained as a result of that!  drive.    The     Association    plans    to  show to the boys in khaki from Canada that the Canadian people care  THF;  ANNUA I j  WAS  MEETING  A GRAND  SUCCESS  Mrs.   Campbell   was   in  this   week   attending     a  meeting.  Vancouver i  missionary i  Eraser ������������������Valley  Teachers'   institute  Hi:  are'  Dr.!  The annual meeting of the Fraser  Valley Teachers'   Institute     will     be  held in Mission City on  Friday, November 23rd in Hie Mission City  School.  The officers ot the Institute  very proud to announce that  Robinson, Superintendent of Education, for the province has accepted an  invitation to attend the Institute  and will give a paper'on'Geography.  The growth and popularity of this  little local institute.: is the pride of  the teachers and officers, and this  year it is expected thai, there will be  a  verv  large attendance.  The annual meeting of the W.. I.  held at Mission City last week on I  Thursday and Friday was a grand  success, and the delegates went away;  very highly pleased with the meeting j  and the time spent at the various ses-;  sions. Owing to delay we are unable j  to give the many and excellent re-!  .solutions which were passed as the  secretary did not feel that they were;  in quite proper shape fo present to j  the public press, but by next, week!  we hope to be able to publish them, j  The evening session along with, the!  other sessions was an excellent onei  Miss Cruickshank gave a report on j  tiie small needs, yet important ones,;  of the boys at the Front, which was';  both interesting and instructive, and;  she was listened to with a great deal,  of  attention. j  "Wild Flowers of British Columbia*' has twice been delivered in Mission City, by Prof J. Davidson/Botanist. University of B. C, and each time  with added interest He has an excellent set of lantern slides.  r-\ We hope to be able fo publish a|  hi number of the papers later on. j  i  months.  The Allied peoples themselves  have been economizing with wheat  I and wheat flour. As' Lord North-  cliffe said in Montreal, "There is no  such thing as white bread in the Old  Country, from the King's table downwards." Other cereals are being used but they cannot be used alone  for bread. The Allies must add them  to wheat flour to make the war bread  now in universal use in European  countries Except in Italy, where the  people normally consume*much corn;  there are few corn mills in Europe.  Corn meal, not being a durable commodity, cannot be shipped across the  ocean in great quantities.  The Allies must have a wheat flour  for their war loaf. Unless the people of Canada and the United States  are willing to substitute other cereals for part ' of the wheat flour  which they normally consume, they  will be denying even war bread to  many thousands of people. Substitution of at least one pound of other  cereals for one pound of wheat flour  weekly, per person, would save a  very large quantify of wheat for export. It would still be far short of  meeting the normal consumption requirements of the Allies but it would  save   the   situation.  An apeal .has been received from  the Balfour Military Sanatorium for  3500 bulbs to be planted this Autumn and the Sperintendent Soldiers  Comforts, "J" Unit will be glad to  receive donations of bulbs, or promises that they will be forwarded to  Balfour, so that the entire number  may be supplied.  Those willing to contribute will  please communicate with The Superintendent Soldiers Comforts. "J" Unit, M. H. C. Command, Shaughnessy  Conv. Hospital, Vancouver, or telephone,Fairmont   212 7.  For the convenience of the public  a large lot of cinders are being placed  nt the C. P. It. roadway to the station. Next are the crossings on Es-  sendene avenue. !  niii  goods  's store is the headquarters for  for soldiers.  The IS, "Our Day" was celebrated  in Abbotsford on Thursday evening  there being quite a turnout to do  the Day justice and to hear the  speakers  for the evening.  Considerable money will be the result.  i  ROD   AND   GUN   FOR   OCTOBER  The following is a partial list of  contents of the October issue of Rod  and Gun in Canada, the sportsman's  magazine published by W. J. Taylor  Limited, Woodstock, Ont.:���������Introducing Mr. Moose, The New Moose  Country in Northern Quebec. The Air  Pirates, Small Game Hunting in  Southern Alberta, His First Deer, A  Moose Hunt at Pocologan, The Woodcock, etc., etc. This issue also contains full reports of the recent trap  of Canada trap shooting tournament  at Sandwich and the list of winners  at  the  C.  N.   E.   Dog Show. ���������lurmsr  THE' ABBOTSFORD  POST.  ABBOTSFORD.  i i    .ii.ilJQy-n-������*^   I    I I     . r   II "     ���������������������������'.. L     .' . .      ..I     "I     I ii  h  ���������"  B.   <0.  TilE ABROTSFOitD POST,  Puoi'i.-iuuki    ������.\fi7    i> 'rulny    by    tho    Post  JHuljiisuiLitf' Coinpf"ty.  A weekly .I'uurnul 'tU-voiud'to Llio m Lures* in of AblKilsi'oi'U und auu %,uiUbiy dia-  u-ici., '_ ' ��������� -  Advortlalng Rales made know- ti ap-  fjlicailon.   .  l.hJUAJ.i AUVKUTltilNO���������1:: cunts per  line Xur ili'mi in.iOi'iKiu, mill S cents u inns  \\n ull uut)<iuijiiisiiL i:oii:ieciiti vu In.-Jiji'lloii.-i,  Ov.r aiabboliitli.���������Jfeiiiior  for iior  aa'in1  lik*     ������J-OT������������Iilu.t>ilS.  FRIDAY,   OCTOBER,  :i fl.i 7  Mi.SSI ON  SOLDIERS AND  TJJE   V.  ML   C.   A.  (Front I'h'aser'Valley Record)  Read    V.'hni,   Our     Mission     Soldier  Boy.s  Say  Aliout   V.  ]>!.   C.  A.  The   following   are   extracts   from  letters  to  their  iriends at home: '  Staff   Scrgt.   Humphries   writes:  "   As   a   returned   soldier   1   cannot  speak too-highly of the  work of the  Y.   M.   C.   A.       ,in   France,   J   have  travelled  from  one end   of  the, British   line   to   tlie   other   and   1   have  found   the  Y.   M.   C.   A.   everywhere  ministering   to  tfi*~-     wants     or!     our  fighting   men   right    in      the     line:  shell lire appears to hold no terrors  for   "Y"   oflicers   particularly     those  among   the   Canadian   Forces.   -The  Y. M. C. A. is just where it is wanted most and proves itself to be one  continual reminder of home and civ  ilization.  Mrs. V. II. C. Abbott says:    -1  My  husband   often   speaks  of   the  Y.   M.   C-   A.   as   working splendidly  for  comforts  of  the  boys  Extract of  letter of Sapper' W. P.  Mandale:  Coming from the trenches the  other night, was a fierce experience.  A pitch dark night, and in many  places up to our knees in mud. We  struggled along under our heavy  load for three or four miles until  my chum with whom 1 was returning  sank down utterly exhausted. .1  tried to get him up but failed; so I  just sat down in the mud beside  him, and believe me, both felt we  did not mind if we ever got up a-  gain. After resting a while and reminding each other if we struggled  on a little further we should get  to the Y. M. C. A. hut where we  would get a cup of hot coffee, we  scrambled up, and after a little  while right in front of us, shone a  bright star, never in our lives had  we seen such a welcome sight, '.or  we knew rest and comfort would  soon be ours, and although it was  three o'clock in the morning when  we reached the hut the coffee was  hot and ready for us. I can assure  you It was most acceptable: after  -resting a while we started again for  the Rest Camp feeling that life was}  worth   living  after   all. I  Pte. A. Miller writes:  The Y. M. C. A. appears to be  about the only institution ' connected with religion here. There are  of course other societies conducting  canteens, etc., but none so well  known and interested in the welfare  of the soldiers.  The Y. M". C. A. conducts refreshment places quite close to the front  line,'tea and biscuits are served free  to men coming out of the line who  are wounded or casualties in one way  or another. Jt sure refreshes you  and enables you to resume your way  out with increased energy. The Y  M. C. A. are sure doing good work  out here.  We   can   afford   to   be   liberal   to  such a work among our Boys.  THE Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN  About forty or fifty citizens gath  ered   at   the   Council   Chambers   on  Monday   evening   to   arrange   for   a  Campaign Committee for the district.  Mr. Ernest Phillips, the travelling  representative of the Y. M. C. A.  who is now in Mission City explained the object of the meeting and the  working of the Y. M. C. A. in France  after which the following resolution  was passed:  That we endorse the work of the  Overseas Y. M. C. A. and promise to  help furthering the work by the pres  ent campaign.  The following were appointed:  Chairman���������W.   T-I.   Mathcwson.  Secretary-Treasurer���������.1.   A.   Barr.  Reception Committee���������R.  E. Man-  dale,  C.   A.  Abbott. J.   B.   Miller.  Canvassing committee:   Mission  City  ���������Mrs Dr. Stuart, Miss Mandale, Mrs  Appleby, Mrs.   V.  H. C. Abbott, Miss  A.   Cox,  Mrs Mandale.  Hatzic, Hafzlc Island and Dewdney  ���������Mrs. E. P. Ferguson, Mrs. T. W.  Fripp, Mrs. Wm McEwen. Mrs. C. E.  Noble.  Silverdale-���������Mrs. W. Harper and  Mrs.   Oscar   Manzpr.  Cedar Valley���������Rev.  J.  and   Rev.  J.   R.   Butler.  Nicomen Island���������R. A.  Ferndale���������Mrs.   R.     E.  ���������Miss  Murray and   Miss Verchere.  Chairman of Afternoon���������J. B. Miller; Chairman of evening, W. H.  Mathewson.  Mr. Phillips is sure a busy worker  He spoke at the Methodist church  on Sunday morning: at Hatzic Presbyterian church in the afternoon and  in the Presbyterian church on Sunday  evening.  On Tuesday afternoon lie took in  Abbotsford   and   Clayburn   district  He has completed the arrangements for the canvass of the district  the day following Capt. Pearson's  lecture.  McDiarmid  Thompson  Mandale  anwBBB3BBBaggiM������Meaz^^  *  [L.S.]  CANADA  S.V0.2L*  ������7  H  of Great Britain  the Grace of. God, of tl  rate  %r:  .TU  e iDeas,  .������ *.  fife*.*! ���������:  'Oi .me oniESJa  of 'the' Faith,' Emoeror  ia.  To' all to whom .these presents shall come, or whom the same may in anywise  .   concern���������GREETING : ������������������''.'���������  Proclamation calling out the men comprised in Class 1 as described by the  ���������/Military Service Act, 1917.      ...  (&6&&&&U  The Deputy Minister of Justice;  Canada  V  "HEREAS it is pro-  w ���������. vided by our Militia  * v Act of-Canada, Revised Statutes of Canada,1906,  chapter 41, Section 69, that  our Governor-General of Canada in Council may place our  Militia of Canada, or any part  thereof, on active service anywhere in Canada, and also beyond Canada for the defence thereof, at any tune when it appears  advisable so to do by reason of emergency;  And Whereas  that part of our militia of Canada known  as the Canadian Expeditionary Force is  now engaged in active service overseas for the defence and security of  Canada, the preservation of our Empire and of human liberty ; and  it is necessary owing to the emergencies of the war to provide re-  enforcements for our sr.id Expeditionary Force in addition to those  whose inclination or circumstances have permitted them to {volunteer ;  A nrl l^hp-po" by reason of the large number of men who  .O-Uv.! V V J.-GA w,ao ^ave already left agricultural and industrial pursuits in our Dominion of Canada in order to join our Expeditionary Force as volunteers, and bjr reason of the necessity of maintaining under these conditions the productiveness or output of agri-  culture and industry in our said Dominion, we have determined by  and with the advice and consent of our Senate, and House of Commons of Canada that it is expedient to secure the men so required;  not by ballot as provided by our said Militia Act, but by selective  draft ; such re-enforcement, under the provisions of the Military-  Service Act, 1917, hereinafter referred to, not to exceed one hundred  thousand men ;  A r\A ^iVhprAic ^" *s accordingly enacted in and by the  XXUU.    V V ilCl ocl������>    proyisions of an Act of our Parliament of  Canada, hold en in the 7th and 8th years of our reign, and known  as the Military Service Act, 1917, that every one of our male subjects  who comes within one of the classes described and intended by the  said Act shall be liable to b-2 called out on active service in our  Canadian Expeditionary Fore? for the. defence of Canada, either  within or beyond Canada; and :that his service shall be for the  duration of the present war and demobilization after the conclusion  of the war ;  And Whereas JJf  called out, are comprised in si  provisions of the said Act, def:  ordinarily, or at any time since  in Canada, who have attained '���������  not earlier than the year 1SS3,  unmarried, or are widowers but  any of the following enumerated  men who are, under the provisions of  said last mentioned Act, liable to be  :���������: classes of which Class 1 is, by the  r.ed to consist of all our male subjects,  the 4th day of August, 1914, resident  ri:e age of tv/enty years, who were born  ?.;id were on the 6th day of July, 1917,  have no child, and who are not within  EXCEPTIONS .���������  1. Members of our regular, or reserve, or auxiliary forces, as denned  by our Army Act.  2. Members of our military forces raised by the Governments of  any of our other dominions or by our Government of India.  3. Men serving in our Royai Navy, or in our Royal Marines, or in  our Navai Service of Canada, and members of our Canadian  Expeditionary Force.  4. Men who have since August 4th, 1914, served in our Military  or Naval Forces, or in those of our allies, in any theatre of actual  war, and have been honourably discharged therefrom.  5. Clergy, including members of any recognized order of an exclusively religious character, ar.d ministers cf all religious denominations existing in Canada at the date of the passing of our said  Military Service Act.  6. Those persons exempted from military service by Order in  Council of August 13th, 1873, and by Order in Council of December 6th, 1898 ���������;  A n A \KT\-\ p>rf*cx C ^ *s moreover provided by our said Military  .fXllU VV HwlCdb Service .Act that our Governor-General of  Canada in Council may from time to time by proclamation call out  on active service as<aforesaid any cl.-.:.ss of men in the cruel Act described,  and that all men within the class so called out shall, from the date  of such proclamation, be deemed to be soldiers enlisted in the military  service of Canada and subject to military law, save ns in r.he said  Act otherwise provrided ; and that the men so called out sha]l report  and shall be placed on active service in the Canadian Expeditionary  Force as may be set out in such proclamation or in regulations ; but  that they shall, until so placed on a-jtive service, be deemed to be  on leave of absence without pay ;  A nrl \ArhtP-rf������a<? it: is a3so provided by the s.~.:d Act that at  .Z^llU.     VY ilUOao    any Un,c   bei'0,-c   a   datc   to   i,c   r.::c(?   by  proclamation an application may be mad?, by or in respect of any  .man in the ci.:ss to be called out. to one of our local tribunals,  established in the man::er provided by the .".aid A"t in th.". province in.  which such nan ordinarily re: id", for a cortr.iiafce of exemption  from service upon any of the following  GROUNDS OF EXEMPTION :���������  (a) That it is expedient ia the nnticnr.l in':r:rc t' >.?.t the man should,  instead of being er.'.pioy'eu i:- :.viiit;-.ry service, be engaged in other  work.in which he ia.habitus.i!!;-'cnf;?.^cd ;  ,' (6) That it is expedient in the na l.>na! interest that the man should,  1 instead of being employed in i S.ltury service, be engaged i:n ci'icr  work in which he wishes to be engaged and for which he has  special qualifications ;  (c) That it is'expedient in the muicrui interest that, instead of  being employed in military service, lie -should co.ithiue to be  educated or trained for any work fcr which he is then being  educated or trained ;  (d) That serious hardship would ensue, if the man were placed on  active service, owing to his exceptional financial or business  obligations or domestic position ;  (e) 111 health or infirmity ;  (/) That he conscientiously objects to the undertaking of combatant  service, and is prohibited from so doing by the tenets and articles  of faith in effect on the si;:th day of July, 1917, of any organired  religious denomination existing and well recognized in Canada at  such date, and to which he in good faith belongs ;  And that if any of the grounds of such application be established^  a certificate of exemption shall be granted to such man.  A -nc\ "\7^7"ViPrr:������nc< moreover it is enacted in and by the pro-  .^liU. VI HOlUetb visions of an Act of our Parliament of  Canada holdcn in the 7th and 8th years of our reign and known as  the War Time Elections Act that certain persons thereby disqualified  from voting with such of their sons as on polling clay arc not of legal  age, shall be exempt from combatant military and naval service ;  A f-\(4 \A7'hf*rr>aci ^ JK further provided by our scud Military  X-XJ.1U. V / X1UJ. Wo Service Act that applications for exemption  from service shall be determined by our said local tribunals, subject  to appeal as in the said Act provided, and that any man, by or in  respect of whom-an application for exemption from service is made;  r shall, so long as such application or any appeal in connection therewith is pending, and during the currency of any exemption granted  him, be deemed to be on leave of absence without pay ;  A rirl   "U^/'fii^r^cic'  OUI" Governor-General of Canada in Council  x-vi.ua   vv J.ioi.<_ci.& ]iag dctcrmined to  cnll  out upon   active  service as aforesaid the men included in Class 1, as in tlie said Act  and hereinbefore defined or described ;  Now Therefore Know Ye ^���������c d������.h^y cal������  out' the said Class lj  comprising the men in our said Military Service Act, 1917, and  hereinbefore defined or described as to the said class belonging, on  active service in our Canadian Expeditionary Force for the defence  of Canada, either within or beyond Canada, as we may, in the  command or direction of our Military Forces, hereafter order or  direct.  And we do hereby strictly command, require and enjoin that each  man who is a member of the said class shall, on or before the 10 th day...  of November, 1917, in the prescribed form and manner, report himself  for military service, unless application for his exemption shall then  have been made by him or by another person entitled to apply on his  behalf ; wherein our loving subjects, members of the said class, are  especially charged not to fail since not only do their loyalty and  allegiance require and impose the Obligation of careful and implicit  obedience to these our strict commands and injunctions, but moreover, lest our loving subjects should be igr.orant of the consequences  which will ensue if they fail to report within the time limited as aforesaid, we do hereby forewarn and admonish them that any one who is  hereby called out,- and who without reasonable excuse fails to report  as aforesaid, shall thereby comm t an offence-, for which he shall be  liable on summary conviction to imprisonment for any term not  exceeding five years with hard labour, and he shall nevertheless, if we  so require, be compelled to serve immediately in-our said Expeditionary  Force.  And we do hereby proclaim and announce that for the greater .,  convenience of our subjects, we have directed that prescribed forms,  for reporting for service, and for ei>plication for exemption from serv- .  ice, may, at any time on or before the said 10th day of November^  1917, be obtained at any post office in our Dominion of Canada; and  that reports for service and applications for exemption from service;  if obtained at any of our said post offices and properly executed, shall  be forwarded by our postmaster at the post office from which the same  are obtained to their proper destinations as by our regulations prescribed, free of postage or any other charge.  And we do further inform and notify our loving subjects that local  tribunals have been established in convenient localities throughout  our Dominion of Canada for the hearing of applications for exemption  from service upon any of the statutory grounds, as hereinbefore set  out; that these our local tribunals so established will begin to sit in  the discharge of their duties on the 8th day of November, 1917, and  that they will continue to sit from day to day thereafter, as may be  necessary or convenient, at such times and places as shall be duly  notified, until all apvnlications for exemption from service shall have  been heard and disposed of; also that men belonging to the class  hereby called out who have not previously to the said 8th day of  November, 1917, reported for service, or forwarded applications for  exemption through any of our post offices as aforesaid, may make  applications in person for exemption from service to any of our said  tribunals on the 8th, 9th or 10th day cf November, 1917.  And we do hereby moreover notify and inform our loving subjects  who are within the class hereby called out, that if, on or before the  10th day of November, 1917, they report themselves for military  service, "or if, on or before that day, application for exemption from  service be made by them or on their behalf, they wiil not be required  to report for duty, or be placed upon active service as aforesaid, until  a day, not earlier than the 10th day of December, 1917, which will,  by our registrar for the province in which they reported or applied,  be notified to them in writing hy registered post at their respective  addresses as given in their reports for service, or applications for exemption from service, or at such substituted addresses as they may  have respectively signified to our said registrar; and we do hereby  inform, forewarn and admonish the men belonging to the class hereby  called oat that if any of theni shall, without just and sufficient cause,  fail to report for duty at the time and place required by notice in  writing so posted, or shall fail to report for duty as- otherwise  by law required, he shall be subject to the procedure, pains and  penalties by law prescribed as against military deserters.  Of a.U of which our loving subjects, and ail others whom these  presents may concern, are hereby rcqui-cd to take notice, rendering  strict obedience to and compliance with ail these our commands,  directions and requirements, and governing themselves accordingly.  Tr-i  T������nfirnnnTr Vliprpnf   V/e have caused these Our  in i^cunuD? v������ nu,.>.,u.'.   Lettcra to be macle Pat.  ent, and the Great Seal c>f Canada to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS: Our Right Trus'.y and Ki.,ht; Entirely Beloved Cousin  and Counsellor, Victor Christian V/iiiiain. Duke of Devonshire,  Marquees of K^r'tirr'ton, Earl of Devonshire, Earl of Burlington;  Baron Cavendish, of Hardwickc, E'.;ron Cavendish of Keighley,  Knight of Our Most Noble Order of the: Garter; One of Our Most  Honourable Privy Council; Knight Grand Cross of Our Most  .Distinguished Order of Sr.int Michael and Saint George; Knight  Grrr-.d Cross of Our Ro-'al Victorian Order; Governor-General  and Commander-in-Chief of Our Dominion of Canada.  At Our Government Kour.e, in Our City of OTTAWA, this  T'.V^LFTII day of OCTOBER, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand nine hundred and seventeen, and in the eighth year  of Our Reign.  By Command,  Under-Secretary of State  [ Bjtfflfjia*^^ f*  %/  THE ABBOTSFORD PORT. ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  uw tnmmm.u Lt<v���������������i mil ,W[-rg.i������aw.w,.ii. mwi. ,������rry.ri^3T.  ���������'i ���������miritfii������*<iV������. wdiyTrtfft  rsESTHggsmaasamriE^fflara^  ���������&R. S.-1RISIR|?J5 2 2 2  *f*  W:  ^-r^  I @n������  4^ ML %������  WWWW������miB3IIJMilKMUl������WI������gWaW������������WKB3BW^^  otsford" ai  ier sons to fight  'O  istnct has' 'aone magnificently in sending  e ir^������  .V^O  *I 11       OlJL  C   ���������  /\r 'kfci/rsi  h      Ul       LIIC  Hies.  The following are the names:  W. A. Ferguson, killed.  I-I. E. Lloyd, killed.  J. McDonald, killed!  H. R. Gray, killed.  E. O. Collinson, killed.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green/ killed.  Chas. Wooler,  (Killed)  A.  Witchell   (Killed)  M. Mallalue (Killed)  R. Hughes (Killed)  H. Green (Killed)  O. Kidwell, killed.  John Gillen, (Killed)  Sergt.  C. T. McPhee  (KTd)  Geo. Knox-;, died, pneumonia.  A. J. Munro, (Prisoner) .  L. Trethewey, (Gassed)  Wm. Morgan (Invalided)  S. McPhee (Wounded)  D. Campbell,  (Wounded)  Albert Davenport (Wound'd)  F. Brown, invalided.  A. G. Adams.  E. Anderton.  J. Aitken.  Stanley, Attwood  I-I. Arnold.  F. Beale.  Steve Beebe  C. Bayes.  Hilliard Boyd.  Ed Barrett.  J. Bousfield.  W. Bowman.  A. A. F. Callan.  D. Campbell  J. I-I. Campbell  W. Campbell.  Tom Campbell.  E. Chamberlain.  E. A. Chapman.  Alex. Chisholm  Fred Colbourne  M. W. Copeland.  A.  S.  A.  T. Davis.  T. Donnelly.  J. Downie.  A. C. Dudden.  Paul Dtitase  Andy Eliwood.  Wm, Evans  Nornian Evans  Geo. Fadden  A. A. Fermodf.  A. Fermor  Finch."  F. Flummerfelt  J. Fraser, -    Ernest Gazley.  Clarence Gazley.  D. Geddes.  E. B. de la Giroday  Robert Gillen  G. N. Gillett.  H. Gordon.  G. Goug4i,  I-I. Green  H.  Grimley.  J. Hands.  G. E. Hayes.  A. Healey.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Robt. Higginson  Matt Higginson.  A. Hill-Tout.  Charles Hill-Tout  Willie Hill-Tout  R. Hughes.  T. M. Hutton  C. Huiton-Harrop.  .V. Huiton-Harrop.  K. Huggard.  .11. Johnston.  J. Kirkbride.  S. Knott.  Fred Knox.  Henry Knox.  W. Laird.  Geo. E. Leary  Roy Mains  T. Mawson.  Frank McCallum  J. McCormack.    ,  Kenneth McGilivray.  Stewart McGillivray.  H. McKinnon  Wm. Mclntyre  P. D. McLagan  Matt Nelson.  Jack Parton  Peter Pearson.  A. Pegram.  T. Perks.  R. Peters.  Major B. Pottinger  S. Ramsay  John Rhodes  M. Rhodes.  Geo. Sharp.  Robt. Sim. ., -^  I-I. Skipworth.  J. L. Sahsom  John Sinclair.  R. Smart. ../'_  T. Smeeton., v;:.  B. W. Suthern. Ki ,,  A. Teng. ' ,  W. W. Thaw 1  L. Trethewey.  T. Usher.  Walker Wallace  Gordon Walters  Harold Walters  Thos. Walters  J. Welch. ?<���������<  A. Williams. ,'  J. 0. Williams.  Percy Wilson.  Frank Wooler     ,!  Manlius Zeigler  <*.<  "5������  "A ������!  are we, who are  e  iert be  is  omg to contribute  atactic rund, as our share,  the sacrifice of those who have  or en  verseas Service.  ive a monthly subscription.  IftW  pf^ppf^^^ TOT 43.B0TSF0RD POST,  ABBOTSFORD,  B.  C.  ���������StX������Z2^-?T������Z&XZ*mmm88B&B&  aaBK'jaua: w.'H" i in1: >  sfSEseaas  %mmH������p������*awrfMMmuu������������������*������������' |"|||<*,W'  BUY YOUR  BACON, HAM, LARD  SALT  FISH,  ETC  From J. G. COPPING, th������ Pioneer  AJSBOTflPORB, B. ���������.  BmIcI  iex\  AND' SAVE IV!ONEY;  Bj CISSY  e  The Telephone, Directory is' the standard book of reference because its iufromation is always up-to-date and  reliable. In each issue of the directory over 7,000 corrections are made; or over 21,000 in one year. The classified  section,contains every business firm in Greater Vancouver.  Being the standard book of reference, no other publication presents such advantages to the advertiser. . With  a circulation always in the home and in every office, there  is no better advertising medium .  BRITISH COLUMBIA . TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  $S.QO  CHEQUE   OlVfiX  AWAY  A number is glvan with every  pound of Malkin'a Tea.  You might hold the lucky number.  You neod the pound of tea in any  ������a������e. Buy now from Albert Lee,  M  ������  &  tf  Delivery made on Thursdays if desired  Of sentjby express:     16 cents per pound  issioe  A. frlead of the soldiers who, ha*  had experience in Graphology, offers  to tell the character of readers of the  BYaser Valley Record, from their  handwriting.  Specimens are to be written on one  side of the sheet of unruled paper,  and to consist of a quotation, political or otherwise, of, at least four  lines. It is not necessary for the  writers to sign thoir names. Any  nom de plume, or-initial that will  distinguish each one's own dellnea  tion will suffice.  With each specimen, we ask for the!  small sum of ten cents; ani all proceeds will be divided equally botween  .the Patriotic and Prisoners of . war  Fund's. Address correspondence to  tiox 6 Mission City.  Honeysuckle- -Possesses greater  mental than physical activity, is domestic in tastes; has a strong love of  harmony in surroundings, and otherwise very sensitive, sympathetic, loquacious, fearless, generous, fond of  approval and  imaginative  Bumblebee���������The signs indicating  optimism in your handwriting, conflict with some other details that may  indicate that you' have met lately���������  or aro meeting now some difllculty:  but your nature is strong and sweet  '"enough   to   conquer. You are  very obedient, .humblo, resigned,  Btrong-willcd, thorough, gentle, prudent dependable. "Tho man who  gets you will sure got a treasure."   ���������  Tennyson���������Sunshiny, hopeful, tender-hearted, materialistic in nature,  and belief; accepts rather than u-  dopts the opinions of others; fond of  ceremony, practical, quite self-contained and in some ways uncommunicative; in other ways trusting and  confiding.  Dinty M.��������� Takes color according  to surroundings, a little discontented at times, ambitious for possessions  rather than attainments, argumentative, quick-tempered, not very affectionate but kind-hearted and good na-  tured, not very hopeful; capable and  practical.  M. G.���������Has high ambitions and  hopes for the future, is patient, economical, clings to old-time opinions  and beliefs,'is orderly. Has not the  Kind of individuality that commands  attention,refined in sensibilities,neat  and  careful to- follow rules.  Mustard, Vancouver���������Rather inclined to be pessimistic, easily discouraged, and rather distrustful,  goodnatured; kind, simple in tastes,  very busy and content; apt to develop  in a groove." ���������  Mixed Pickles���������The writing is  harder to delineate on account of being written with the left hand. Quiet  and modest in taste, complainant in  disposition; possessing good judgment, persistent, stereotyped Ideas,  patience and economy.  Plums���������Patient,economical, strong  industrious, rather undeveloped, lack  ing initiative, apt to take life as it  comes, not worrying about past ox-  future, as long as the present supplies all  needs.  Apples���������Orderly, methodical, possessing good mentality, pride, even-  temper, tender conscience, wit, sociability and reflectiveness.  ��������� I-lannah���������Buoyant, humorous, im  aginative, rather inclined to exaggeration, not very, prudent, yet not careless; a bit coquettish and attractive  because of a warm heart and generosity.  Bertha Has   had   some  share   of  hardship by which the nature. ha.'s  be'jn sweetened and strengthened,  strength of will, rectitude, order, cogitative powers, conscientiousness,  benevolence, ' capability, dislike of  rule or domineering.  Daisy���������Possesses ability, individuality, force of will, caution, sociability, hospitality, hope, clearness of  mind, candour, and patience.  J. H. JONI  Funeral Director  Mission Council  Take notice that on Saturday,'  November T7th, 1917, at. the hour ofj  f o'clock, in the evening at a special  meeting of the above council to be  held at the Council Chamber, Mission City, B. C, on that date, I intend to propose the following resolution:  "Whereas, by section 3 (3) of the'  Municipal Proportional Itepresenla-j  tion Act it is provided that said act'  may be adoptod for any municipality(  by "resolution-of the. council passed;  by a majority of three-i'ifihs of the.'  members present and voting:  And   whereas   it   is   expedient     to'  adopt  said  act for  the  municipality  cf  the   district of  Mission,  be  it resolved that said act be and the sam  is hereby adopted  for the Municipality  of  the  District  of Mission.  (Signed)   W-. R. MacDONALD.  The   council  then' adjourned   until  November   10th.  Just as we go to press this evening (Wednesday) word reaches this  ollice that the Silverdale people are  out in full force after that Silver-  dale bear that makes his home somewhere thereabouts. ' We bet the ex-'  councillor "is  the champion hunter.  'MARRIED���������On Monday -last by  c!>e Rev. ,.T. 'W. Wualherclon, Mr. Jos.  riiiymond and Miss Iva Parsons ,of  'Jurliiigton, Wash. .'  i^y.uCTretisatroas^cgg^^  ������C   .TOT?  It is niiinuPictured  tobacco in its purest  form.  Tt litis a pleasing  flavor.  It is tobacco scientifically prepared,  for man's use.  rannatssimo*M>aiw!aciuwntX!auBMJWiM ii������n nmmmuuiittM  See me now about that Insurance  ��������� 9  -  ~T-**tl-���������~*.~- .~  I have a large and .splendid supplyjof  Raspberry Canes for sale ai low prices.  Finest quality.  Abbotsford  sma^^Bmwsaiw^s^^^^^ss^^m^^^^^^^utm^  i^s^^ss^s^^Sa^aSssss^s^i^s^sB^sSE  AMOTSFMD   DISTRICT BOARD OF   TRADE*  awiimwira!������TA>v. v.": ix^Kiirvssrcsiszsiz:  ������������������a ���������,."!..���������..[ i. l i.'..'i-J.^j.r-gT7-  President, Hope Aianson    Secretary, N. Hiil  of Abbotsterd, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and eheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  ifoe district, aisd industries already established,        J)  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  n{mrtm*!mtte������mi&Mm  J). JSMEEY, Proprietor.  . TEAMING and  DRAY1NO  WOOD aad COAL For Sals  Orders  Pr������m#tiy Filled  Aiafco  For  Hire.  Give us a call and you wii?  be used rig&t every tisaa*  ABBOT&FGB������, B. &  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY,   PROPRIET^P  HUNTINGDON,  B   C.

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