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 b<  ��������� *.���������&>  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  .Vol. XL, No. 3.  4BB0TSF0RD, B.i'c. Friday, October 29, 1915.  8  $1.00 per Year  New lines of Boots and* Shoes now in stock:'-  Men's Heavy Bluchers, solid leather,  per pair ,. ,$2.90 and $3.85  Men's Army Boots, as supplied to the French soldier, an extra strong durable boot,      '[ "  per pair '. '.... $4.50-  Women's Box Calf Lace-Boots,  per pair...$3:50  Women's Gun Metal button street boots,  /  per pair .;. . '. -.... i. ...... .$4.75  Boys' strong solid leather boots, per pair. . .$3.25  Boys' grain leather boots, per pair ,. . .$2.50 '���������  Youth's grain leather boots, per pair. -. $2.25  Misses' box kip. laps boots, per pair. ...:.. .$2.25  Children's boots, per pair, from ... .$1.10 to $2.25  A Full Stock of Rubbers for Men, Women and1  Children /  Our Stock of -Underwear for Men, "Women^Sna  Children is now complete  Abbotsford, B. G  MATSQUI COUNCIL  The regular monthly meeting of  the Matsqui municipal council was  held in the Municipal hall on Saturday. October 2nd, with .the reeve in  the chair and all the members in attendance, in  The minutes of the pervious meeting q������ September 21st were read and  adopted.  Communications Received  From E. A. Wilmot, stating that he  had been advised by the Attorney-  General's department that maintenance funds 'cannot be used in the  construction of the crossing asked  fon by the council over the Beharrell  road. Laid on the table for future  consideration.  From J. W. Armstrong, asking if  there is any possiblity of the council  opening up the road leading to his  property, viz., the east half of the  west half of the S. E. 1-4 of Section  8 Tp. 14. Referred to Councillor Owen.  From W. A. Duncan, City Clerk,  New Westminster, stating that if  some good photographs of the municipality were sent to him he would  forward them to London, or they  mi'Jrht he sent to the Agent-General  of British Columbia in London, England. The reeve asked the councillors to ascertain if any were to be  had.  From Robert Stewart, enclosing  plans of two portions of the east half  of the N. E. 1-4 of S. 22, T. 16, with  surveyor's description of one portion  said description to be embodied in a  letter to the Registrar of Land Titles  expressing the willngness of the  Council to have the same registered  by metes and bounds. The clerk was  instructed to inform him that the description of the 9.812 acre portion is  imperfect because the existing wagon  road is enclosed in the acreage conveyed and is not as should be described as land excepted, and also because  the description lis "thence westerly  parallel to said boundary 9.692  chains, more or less to the easterly  boundary of a road." This road the  Council is not prepared to accept until the whole plan is considered for  acceptance.    It would  be necessary  for the council to have the description "of both pieces of property showing the exact location of the existing  road and not committing the council  to the acceptance of the road it is  proposed to provide on the westerly  boundary of the property. When  this is furnished the clerk is instructed to give the necessary consent for  registration as required.  From W. A. James, asking if he  would be allowed, to work out part  of his taxes on the Township ��������� Line  road Councillor Owen stated that he  was willing to allow him to work out  $30.00 in hauling rock from the  bunkers at 50^ per yard  From Royal Columbian Hospital-  stating that they find themselves faced with a big deficit which they intend to reduce by taking action a-  gainst their debtors. They submitted a- list of persons who had been  admitted therein from Matsqui Municipality and asked that information  be furnished respecting the persons  mentioned in the list.    The clerk was  instructed to comply with the request.  Resolutions  Owen-Molander,   that  Coun.     McCallum be authorized to expend $50  on the Abbotsford-Clayburn road and  also a sum not to exceed $200 on the  old Riverside road.    Carried  Melander'-Elliott, that the F. M.  Singer Company be granted permission to build and operate a skid-road  across the LeFeuvre road south of  the Yale road until December 1st,  1915, provided, the said Company  maintain and leave the LeFeuvre rd.  in the same condition as at present,  and deposit $10 with the counciltill  the skid road is removed.    Carried.  Owen-McCallum,1 that the resident  engineer of the Public Works Department, Dominion of Canada, be requested to repair the wharf at Matsqui Gate No. 2, Gifford.      Carried.  Melander-McCallum that the Matsqui counoU assist the B. C. E. R. Co.  by offering a joint reward as to the  defacing the walls    of    the various  stations along their line through the  municipality by waiting obscene language and otherwise destroying the  property of the Company.    Carried.  McCallum-Ellibtt, that Coun:<Mel-  ander be authorized to expend a fur-  theri' sum of '#o0 for the purpose of  replacing the .bridge on the White  road by a'fill'.?/Carried. '   '. i  .McCallum-Melander, that a cheque  for $5000,be issued as part payment  of tho indebtedness to the . Bank of  Montreal. s Carried. ;~; i  Melander-McCallumi ' that the  Council buy one',2-Iibrse road grader,  at $7,0.00,/for'.Ward I.    Carried.    .  McCallum-O'iven that the -following  appropriato'ns be made for road work  Hards road $85; Fore road $38; the  Pagercad\'$20;jAndeen .road   '$20;  .Wallace,Street '$110;-Sim road $103,-'  .25; and extra oh the Riverside.road  $23.00.     Corried.     ..:   ,,  Owen-MelandeiVth'at the Reeve  and Coun!", Elliott' .be a delegation  from the Matsijui .Council to hold a  joint/meeting with the school board  to effect a "settlement as to the payment of the,server-pipe installed on  the Riverside road at Matsqui village  Carried. .���������".������.���������'-.  Owen-McCallum, that Coun Mel-  ander be authorized to engage, a surveyor, to find ,arsuitable, location of  the Glenmo're road;,north 'from the  White road., ..parried. ���������  McCallum-Melander, thati.Councillor. Owen, make! arrangements with  the interested ratepayers re'tlie rocking^ of the Township Line '.road' east  in.^Vard II. and the Councir.-er.ant  :$i00 towards" the' completion' of- 'tne  -.-,work'.    Carried-" ' ������������������-���������.-'  -   Melander-McCallum, that Mr. John  LeFeuvre., be, appointed assessor' un-  ,#gria,'.fVe''of -?Saofj the ^rolL to .be, ve-L  turned 'to'lhe'^cierkof thV'cbuticirrcot1'"  later than January. 10th, 1915: Carried./;      ".-   -������������������ " " " *���������..   j;-;.' ,_ -",  -Melande-^McCallum" that the council as a;whole inspect .thbrbridges, on  the Jubilee road (Rural.Mail Route)  Carried.' .', , , ,,,'-; ��������� V-: ���������  ;.';.-Rills'Presented for Payment -  ���������C'-.The following bills were presented  for payment: Councillors' and the  Reeve's indemnity, 3rd quarter $250  Thomas Storey-, refund of difference  between W. L. tax and I. P. tax $25.-  Glenmore road south: P. Conray  $10.75; J Conroy $10.75; C. Christ-  ianson $7.35; R. Bigginson $8.50; W  Mouldey $8.50; M. Grothe'$8.50; W.  Holl-Tout $17.00; H J. Hill-Tout,$7.-  35; Total $78.70. ���������"  N. Nielson, removing tree from  Aberdeen road $2.50; Royal Columbian Hospital, August.account, F. Taylor $17.60;  Stumping and repairing Aberdeen  road: E: Baines $4; R. Pear don $2;  powder, fuse, $3.50; total $9.5*0. '  Bus Buyse, contract - on Sinclair  road west $40.00; Repairing LeFeuvre road north of Yale road: R.  Follis $26; A. Zollner $26; W. Miller $19.50; R..Emanuel $37.50; A. G  Terry $16; Joseph Catto $19; J.  Crowley $22.80, powder etc., $8.20;  total $175.00.  Robert -Butler," work on Cottman  road   $1.25.  Work on Huntingdon road: H.  Peardon $15.50; F Baines $11.50; J  Crossley $15.50;.B. Peardon $9.30;  A. Welch  $7.75;  total $59.55.  Further work on Huntingdon road  H: Peardon $20.00; R. Butler $20;  R. Peardon $12; H. Salmon $.10; H.  Llevellyn $l.i;  total $72.  H. J. HiUvi out 'slashing the Peardon ville road % 16.00.  Work on Cotlman ro,j.d: Chas G- vj-  Uart $27.77: L. Gephart $19.00; II.  Williams Jji.00; T. Delahoy $.1.->3;  powder etc. $13.60. Total $100.00  Work ou Ross road: Ben Murphy  $7.25; A. Lindstrom $3;; total $10.--  25.  C. Rummell. slashing the Mt. Lehman road: Ben Murphy, contract on  Ross road $139.00 less powder $14.  Repairing bridge on Aberdeen road  1.5,  total   $128.85.  N. Neilson $3; F. Carmichael $2; W  D. Sweet $4.00; H. Milne $2; total  $14.00  W. P. McCormick. work on Marsh  Hill road  $8.75;   removing  windfall  from G..V..Hill .road-501 total $9.25  (Continued on Page Two)  A   LOCAL   GENIUS  (From the Frasor Valley Record)  There is an exhibit n the window  of the Mission Hardware Company  that, should not only be'<a good  boost for British'Columbia Cedar' but  a great big boost for the young lad.  who has scarcely entered his teens,  as it shows that he is possessed with  ability that when developed will'make  him a- credit to himself and his parents ,  The exhibit contains several rifles  swords, tomahawks, etc made out of  British Columbia cedar wit'h a pocket  knife. On injuiry it is found that  the exhibits in the window were the  fighting arms'which the boy had discarded and in his arsenal he has just  a few that are much better.  -Some of the boys friends are at a  loss to know where he has secured  his accurate information for the car-  ving out of 'these .arms.  MOVING DAY IN  ABBOTSFORD  SECRETARY   RECEIVES   LETTER  The following letter has been received by the secretary, Mr6. J; E.  Parton:  ,' Government House,  Victoria, B. C, October 23, 1915  Madam'.  T-lim^'WeHedSy-'HisTHo'noVP'the  Lieutenant-Governor to acknowledge  the' receipt' of ,ypur letter of the 19th  inst;, and to. thank-you for the fi55  enclosed therewith for the .Red Cross  Fund.  Yours faithfuljy,  H,   J.L.   MUSKETT.  To Mrs." Parton, Abbotsford.'   .'  ,   Many changes are, taking    place  these days in our village" and vicinity  D.  Smith and family are moving to'  Qualllcum, near Nanaimo,'  Vancouver Island and Mri.  Sanson will  occupy their house; Mr. and Mrs. Cape-  land, are moving to New Weetmins-  ler;-  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Alder  are ' also  rnovng to Vancouver and Mr. Davidson will occupy their house; Mr. Cur-'  rie has purchased the .house and  lot  opposite the gaol, and Mr. Emery the"  house to the north of the. gaol,  Mr.  D.   Campbell' will  occupy  the  house  formerly used' by Dr. Swift as residence and office. Mrs. Ross ,who was  burnt out recently will .reside in, the  rocm used by Mr. Sanderson as a barber shop;  Mrs. Firlotte is riving up  her cafe to be managed by her mother who comes form Mount Vernon -  Mr.  Flumefelt and his father-in-law .  Mr.  Campbell have moved to Hunt- ,-  ingdon; Mr: Hill, the manager of the/  ,Royal Bank here; will restde in Mr:  Roberts' house on the"Upper Sumas <  road while Mr. Roberts-will move to  the house on his own place vacated  by  D.  Campbell.  Mr.  Brown of the  mill' will shortly move into the new  '  house  being  built ,on  Mr.  Chester's  place and W.  Campbell  the jeweler  has moved to. the  office" net to  Mr.  King's butcher shop  CELEBRATED   TRAFALGAR   DAY  STARTS IN AGAIN  IN THE EGG  CONTEST  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  Mr. Davdd Gibbard, who won with  his Barred Recks in the Fourth International Egg-laying contest for the  12 months ending on October 10th,  has again decided to compete for the  coming year and has enteJed his fine  layers at Victoria. All will wish him  success, as he Js not only making a  name for himself but advertising the  district.  Mr. H. B. Hlil paid a flying visit  to Vancouver.   * -  Miss Nellie Murphy was a guest of  Miss Shortreed this week.  Trafalgar" Day was   .ce'.ebfated in  Abbotsford .by aj public .nvoetir>;������������������,he"U  in'"the'Alexandria-Halij-'.unuer the%u-  spices of the local branch ,of the Red"  Cross." The weather  not  being'.'vory  favorable the attendance was not so  large as'could be desired.' The speakers were Rev. J. C. Mitton;;Mrs. J. L  Campbell,  Mrs.  Boyd;   Reading -   by  Mrs.-Nora E. Green; "Repo^it'of Local  branch ��������� read   by ���������- secretary-treasurer '  Mrs J. E. Parton.    Chair was-taken,"'  by Mr. C. Hill-Tout.  AI* the speakers are so well known  that  comment  is  unnecessary. ; The"  meeting was intensely interesting and  enthusiastically patriotic in "character-  -  "' Mr.'E. A.- Barrett, Mr. W.. L. Longfellow and Miss G. Kennedy each contributed a song and were very much  applauded.  The collection .taken up amounted  to $64;.25 per cent of which was voted to the local branch���������the balance"  to be sent to the Lieutenant-Governor of the Province for our wounded  sailors and s". Idlers'  CHURCH UNION  Rev. Mr. Yates,of Coquitlam was a  vistor to Abbotsford onn Monday of  this week.  Mrs. Gertie Fuller who spent the  summer at her home here has return  ed to Spokane.  The Sister Susies of Abbotsford  have been certainly busy; 2 dozen  pair of socks will ge shipped this  week.  Miss E. M. Praeger, certificated  Maternity Nurse from "Queen  Gharlotte's Hospital", London, England. Address General Delivery, Mission City.  An old woman was severely reproved by her minister for bowing when  evr.r the name cf Satan was mentioned.    Asked why she did so, replied:  "Well, civility costs nothing, and  you never know what'll happen."  Mrs. Gazley who has been visiting  her friend, Mrs. Johnston, in Vancouver, returned on Monday considerably  improved in health.  The many friends of Mrs. Wm.  Taylor will be sorry to learn ofi her  illness in the hospital where she is  suffering from appendicitis.  The Young People's Guild met on  Friday evening in the home of Mrs.  D.- Fraser for their special Hallowe'en  meeting.  If all1 the young girls from 14 up  who are interested in Red Cross work  will meet in the Red Cross rooms  (over the harness shop) on Wednesday night of this next week there will  be work for them to do.  The members and adherents of the  Presbyterian church here will vote  on the subject of church union on  Sabbath, November the 7th. A vote  was taken seven years ago by the  Methodist, Convrepational and Presbyterian churnes throubhout the  Dominion of Canada and resulted in  large majorities being ������gven n favor  of the organic union of these three  odies, but on account of the minority  in the Presbyterian church the Union  was not affected till efforts mijlit be  made to remove objections put forward bp the opponents of Union and  so if possible making the vote more  unanimous. The basis of Union was  discussed ' last Sunday morning and  will be again next Sunday morning  in the church here  BOX FOR CONTRIBUTIONS  The annual Hallowe'en supper by  the Ladies' Aid will be given this  Saturday evening and sevred in the  Alexandria Hall from 5 to 8 o'clock  after which a programme of readings  after which a rogramme of readings  At the Patriotic meeting on October 21st pledge slips were distributed  among the audience for signature,  Slips read as follows:-I promise to  pay to the Abbotsfond    Red    Cross  Fund��������� -  per month,    lo    be  paid on or before the 2.0th of each  month.  Will those who signed the slips and  returned" them to secretary please  take notice that a box will be placed  in the Post Office in which they can  .place their contributions..The secretary will in, the course of a few days  furnish contributors with numbered  envelopes for this purpose. Any one  wishing to contribute to this worthy  fund can do so and by so doing help  to do 'their bit.'  Mrs. Emery of New Westminster  is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Emery this  week. THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. G.  THE ABBOTSFOBD POST.  Published Every Friday by The Post Publishing Company  weekly Journal devoted to the interests of Abbotsford and district  Advertising  rates  made  known- on  application  Our   Shibboleth���������Neither   for  J. A. BATES,  nor   agin'   the   Government  Editor and' Proprietor  FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1915  Accompanying the circular for the  government seed distribution of grain  and potatoes which appears elsewhere  in this paper, was the following ' addressed "to the Editor: The enclosed  communication is not sent as an advertisement but as an item of news.  If you think It is of sufficient interest  to your readers to deserve a place in  your columns, please insert- it in  your next Issue.  ;   "You  are particularly     requested  not to publish the announcement of  the distribution in    an    abbreviated  form, because by so doing you would  probably, give  an  incorrect  idea  as  to the conditions under "which    the  f,r<ee samples are sent out.    Any dissatisfaction so produced would tend  to lessen the esteem in  which your  paper is< held.    We have sometimes  ..been obliged to inform our correspondents that they have been misled by  the  published notices.    Yours    very  truly, J. H. Grisdale, Director, Dominion Experimental Farms."  r  4   Now this pape-n is always willing  to       publish alfost anything  that we consider of interest to our  readers; but would not tlie above instructions 'jar your slats-' It is sure  sent "to the Editor" in the" same tone  of voice as if the Director of the Experimental Farms were paying for it  at the rate of $5 per word, instead of  asking the editor to distribute, inoit-  mation that will be of particular  benefit to both the reader and the  government. The value of the press  is at' once acknowledgement as a medium for distributing valuable information, and lacking the courtesy that  should be extended the press for a  favor asked and is no doubt written  by some 'understrapper' with a very  hlp.li. opinion of hmself and his little government :ob.  their money out of the Province to  China. Further this condition which  exists at this moment puts the farmer  of the Fraser Valley down to a, Chinese level and is undermining our national life and free citizenship. Further no trade or occupation, whether  manufacturing or producing, mechanic, machinist or tradesman of any  kind could or would allow the Chinese to compete and thus bring the  white man down to the Oriental wage  Therefore why should the farmer a-  lone be subjected to this deplorable  condition <  There are in the city of New Westminster) about 26 Chinese vegetable  peddlers; in Vancouver about 76 with  horses and rig. This does not include  the vast' number who peddle with the  pole and basket, leaching frof these  cities approximately $3,000,000 annually.  All of our Eastern  da and the U. S. 'are  vegetables grown by  and why should the  been lured to B. C  tisements of what  received after the end of December  will probably be too late. Samples  canot be.sent in .response to applications (no matter when received)  which fail to state' clearly the need  of the applicant, his experiences' in  crop-raising, and the character oi  the soil on which he intends to sou  the seed..''  All applications for grain (and applications- from the provinces of Ontario and Quebec for potatoes) should  be addressed to the Dominon Cereal-  ist, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa. Such applications require no  postage. If otherwise addressed, delay and disappointment may occur.  Applications for potatoes from farmers in any other province should  be addressed (postage prepaid) to  the Superintendent of the nearest  branch Experimental Farm in that  province.  J. H. Grisdale, Director, Dominion  MATSQUI  COUNCIL MEETS  Tinanoe Committee be passed and'  cheques issued in payment thereof:  Carried.  The bylaw' establishing the Pa/je  road of a width of 66 feet throughout and , establishing, the Nicholson  and the Schroerer roads in Section 14  P. 14, was reconsidered, adopted and  iinally passed.  .Council Melander gave notice to introduce a bylaw at the next meeting  ton giving a reduced-rebate on taxes  paid between September 30th and  November -30th, 1915.  ���������  ,' The council then adjourned io  meet at the home of the clerk at 11  o'clock on Saturday October 10th to  discuss municipal finances.  iBrgfalfatgigg  ���������QeEiEEiaEia  MMKlBla  J. H.  Funeral Director  Furnisher of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  ShMMM  aQBaQamarjsaonoEJii  For the best job printing patronize the Abbotsforl Post. It is the only paper published for Abbotsford:  The Meanest Man in the World  (Continued from Page One)  D. B. McDougald. repairing bridge  on Mt. Lehman road $1; J. A. Morrison, 1 day's work on Long's bridge  $2; P. Jackman, caps and fuse $1.95  Percy Phillips, cleaning ditches on  Phillips' Hill $2.  Interprovincial (?) Highway: R.K  Nicholl $3.75; R. Donaldson $2; T. L  Baker $2; M Cameron $2; J. Fanset  $2; R. Brough $2; C. Weiland $2;  A. J. Home $2f W. L. Stewart $2;  E. Pope $2; C. Lee $2; J G. Pope $2  A. Smiley $2'; D. Heslip $2; A. E.  Wagner $2; N. E. Brough- $2; E.  Home $2; H. Lawis $2; H. Fox $2;  F Carmichael $4; Bradner Supply Co  $3; John Croy $4.45. Total $51.20.  Township Line irbad, WaTd II: F.  White $24; D. Heslip $16; H. Lewis  $18; T. L. Baker $16; N. Brough $13  R Brough $14; B. Brough $13; A. F  F Carmichael $21; A. Smiley $10;  P. R. Keay $14; A. G. Terry $10; W  Miller $12; J. Urquharit $9; S. Ink-  ster $6; F. Carmichael $29; John  Smith $28; Ar. Nicholson $12; M. D.  Morrison $66; less powder $6.10;  powder", caps etc $45.60. Total $376.-  60.  John Henan, 2 1-2 days on Township Line road $12.50; Abbots. Timber. & Trading Co, Ltd., lumber for  Ward III. $13i20; lumber for Matsqui village $25.82 *  Cutting weeds in Ward III. R E.  Schmitz $20.25;.Alf Gatenby $32.00;  Jam.es Hutchinson $2. total $54.25.  Fighting fire in Ward III.:  James  Clark  $23;  T. E. Taylor $2.25;  W.  ���������    ,. .,    -        , nt ������������������������������������������������! Logan. $1;VG. W Taylor $52; J San-  most excellent ideas, and one of the,n  &J>sQn *q^. j   Chri^tenaon - $24; j.  cities of Cana-  supplied with  white farmers  man who has  by glaring adver-  can be grown on  ten acres find after growing a bounti-  rul garden that there is no sale and  the public markets of our cities almost deserted.  Is it not therefore imperative that  legislation be enacted at once making  it illegal for Ori3ntals to lease, rent,  or own land for asrricultural purposes other than for their own use, also  that it shall be illegal for Orientals to  ped'.ile vegetables- or offer for sale  except in shops for their own clas-:s.  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  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  w the district, and industries already-established.."      J/J  The. above appeal contains several  It is really too bad about the subscriber who wrote to the Campells-  vllle (Ky.) News-Journal the following letter: "Please send me a few-  copies of the paper containing the  obituary of my aunt. Also publish the  enclosed clippng of the marriage of  my neice, who lives in Lebanon. And  I wish you would mention in your  local columns, if it does not cost anything, that I have two calves for sale  As my subscription is out, please stop  my paper times are too bad to waste  money on newspapers."  .is the inducing of settlers to the pro-  ince under falss belief. For what  white man with a family, and a useful citizen has always a family, can  be expected to compete with a Chinaman?    Is it not sailing under false'  colors,  ' *,   DISTRIBUTION OF SEED  GRAIN  AND  POTATOES  ��������� The following appeal was handed  us this yeek from a resident of Dewd-  ney who does not make his living by  selling vegetables on the market but  the facts came under his observation  and his remarks are well worthy of  reading and is just one more reason  why the farmer and the fruit grower  should organize for selling their products.  it reads as follows:  "In as much as the farming of! the  F/raser Valley has been jeopardized  by the Chinese vegetable growers and  peddlars who have captured this  trade of our coast cities and woh in  turn   are   sending   every   dollar)    of  From   the  Experimental  Farms   for  1915-1916  By instructions of the Hon Minister of Agriculture a free distribution of superior sorts of grain and  potatoes will be made during the  coming winter and spring to Canadian farmers. The samples will consist-  of spring wheat (about 5lbs.) white  oats   (about 4  lbs)   barley '(about  5  lbs.) and field peas (about 5 lbs.)  These will be sent out from Ottawa.  A distribution of potatoes- (in -3  lbs.  samples)     will    be carried    on  from several of the Experimental  Farms, the Central Farm at Ottawa,  supplying only the provinces of Ontario and Quebec.  Each application must be separate  and must be signed by the applicant.  Only one sample of grain and one of  potatoes  can  be sent  to  each farm  If both samples axjs asked for in the  same letter1, only one will be sent. Applications on any kind of printed  form cannot be acccepted.  The destruction by fire of the cereal building at Ottawa, which contained grain-cleaning machinery and  a large stock of seed grain for distribution, may make it necessary to  curtail the distribution to a certain  extent. We shall fill as many as  possible of the applications which  conform to the rules;   but requests  Das. Gilbert ��������� Hanna'Anderson  British    Columbia's      Leading       Dentists  SAVE MONEY BV HAVING YOUR  DENTAL WORK DONE IN VANCOUVER  "   ' *  Our prSces are about HALF those charged by other dentists  Our work is of the VERY BEST. ABSOLUTELY NO PA\N  OR INCONVENIENCE.  Crowns, Plates and Bridgework a Specialty. When you  come to Vancouver be sure to come in for a FREE EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION.    All AVork Guaranteed.  0R,GiLBm'5Pm%m������mmLPmLQR$  Second Floor, Dominion 8(dg. ZQ7 tiastinqs St. W. Cor. Cambie  McNeil $3; James Truseler $26.75;  W."Reeves' $3i9.50; A. T;&'T. Co, Ltd  $61.95;, total $234.20-  R.,,Beaton, .work on Andeen road  $20; Nelson Machell,, work on Page  roa,d $20, cutting thistles $3. Nels  Fore, work on Fore road $38; R.  Mercer, worlk on Riverside road $50  Johnson Cannon, paid shovellers $17;  S. Yeomans, work on Riverside road  $60; cutting thistles $1; Joe Freder-  ickson. work on Riverside road for  Crist $8; work on Harris road for  Crist $40; Joe. Frederickson. work  on Harris road $12; Carl Flodin, El-  min Flodin and C. Svard, work on  Harris road $85; R. Morris, work on  Sim road $5; Elmer Sandgren, work  on Riverside road $10; work on Page  Road $2; -H. S. Beharrell, work on  Duguid road $40; work on Beharrell  road $90; F. W. Beharrell. work on  Sim road  $24;   J T.  Aish. work on  Riverside  road   $80;   A.  M.  Nelson,  Work on Riverside road and Wallace  Street $66; P. P. Halverson, work on  Riverside road and Wallace Street  cutting thistles $5; Er Dalton, work  on Sim road $51.75; G. McTaglrart,  work on Sim road $22.50; J. M. Ige-  land, work on Fore road .crossing $4  T. B. Jensen $94.75 Carl Poignant,  $11.75; Thos Goodchild, $8; W. H.  Robinson, $86; Alex Beaton, $6; H.  F. Page $4; L. Elin, $72; H. Spilling  $37; P. A. Johnson $1?* Paul Elin  $17? Dick Parker $4; John Pace $22  Manuel Nordin $4; Burnett & Mc-  Gugan, plan of portion of Page road  $5.50 S. Mercer, work on Mercer and  Beharrell roads $95; Dickinson &  Buckerfield, cement $2.85;  Skouge road: H. S. Phinney $30.25  Gus Farman $14; L. DeLesalle $12;  H. Lehr'$5.75; H. Skouge $3:  C. Poignant, work on bridge in S.  Road work in Ward III. John Chal-  6., T. 20, on account $56,33:  son $15.97 H. S. Phinney $76.93,  R. M. H. Bensin $2.66; H. Watkins  $19.87; K. Gillies $17.87; 0.-G. Walters $65.25; Thos Bradner $50.33;  John Murray $19.75; T. F. Seldon $4  L. DeLasalle $4; Gus Farman $2.66;  C. T. Purver (gravel) 80(5; John  Swanson $6; R. A. Baynes $33.50; G  Fox $34.25; A. C. Gustafson S4.66;  Jack Sylvas ��������� $1; Sam Young $2;  Clayburn Company Limited (242 yds  of gravel) $133.10; H. C. Benson  $2; Gus Buyae, refund of road tax $2  N. Auburn, refund of road tax $2; M.  P. Rolf, refund of road tax $2; The  Clerk's salary for September $75;  postage $14.62; travelling expenses  $5.25; telephones paid 80^; exchange on cheque to Abbotsford 80������  Delegates' expenses' to Chilliwack A.  Cruickshank $1.50; M. Z. Melander  $1.35;-A. McCallum $1.35; R. Owen  $1.55;  telephone 25^  ElWott-McCallum, that the bills as  read, signed by the Chairman of the  A WASH IS A JOY  when one's bath room is rendered . -  luxurious by our ornamental and  open work plumbing.' Jl's an artistic triumph. Have the bath room  a joy. Let your plumbing arrangements be as santilary as the  latest developments of the art will  permit.    We'll show you the way..  WM. ROBERTS  Plumbing Shop  Old Creamery,Bidg Abbotsford  /������  Your Photograph:  ^Nothing. ;will  "add more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  at home. '''  THE ROYAL STUDIO  A  I  t  i 1  \>  u  j  :  i  m  1  m  I if  mi  ill  u  ���������  ���������������' ���������  /  !  A.   .  .la  4-*  a  A  IS  M  -i< rt  v   Sm  4       ������-���������������   . h _  V '*<������   J������M .j/^b    .- J V������#������ \ -. *tsiim ������������^>fla 4 ^wM'ir i^i iJ ^A-m- *-i������* Ttb������������* ���������-���������ft4> ������iT^, Wju V-f-u J-p i>  ,-���������i.j* . Vr la./_-,/? .wCU-iIkVr 4> -Until .<i*ihVt-"*r-\w *t������.-**M. ���������i  ���������������������������-,���������    i ������.*��������������������������� ���������.tut ���������.**iir-JtJf , *���������/������ isaA'fl * ^*tfm-<ltii^ * \*t*i* J������\J5thy& j������������������V^��������� * .������t.-.W ��������������� m-I   J '\iC..fc-0-' ^W.'K.nJKiA-^^' t." nr.i %'i\������  ������iitVlXib^^.v? ^jjb  THE ASBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  '   ���������|������������������������������������������������������������,  ****-  PRINTING  ABILITY  To assure patrons of printing a thoroughly appropriate and artistic product  requires both a theoretical and a practical knowledge���������in other words a mental  conception as well as a practical one.  Both are at your service.  BATES,.The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  OUR PRINTING  Is always good, because it possesses the  qualities that go to make up good Printing : correct topography, good press work  harmony of color and appropriate stock  selection���������these are all the earmarks of  Bates' Printing���������the worth-while kind.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMETN  The Home of Good Printing at .Suitable Prices  PRINTING SERVICE  The shop is equipped with every modern,  device necessary for the execution of  high-grade Printing, and our working  facilities are so ample that prompt  service is both" a pleasure and a possibility..  BATES, The Printer-���������JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  .sti  PRINTING SATISFACTION ;!<.���������'__  Years of practical knowledge and alT extensive and modern plant equipment assure patrons a service that, cannot be  surpassed. ' A telephone call will place  the order. Our Number is ,520:  If busy order by 'phone.  ������ *  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  ' PRINTING OF GREAT 'VARIETY..'- -    - ^  We are equipped to handle every kind  and quality of Printing���������Business, Fruit  ���������/--., Growers, Fruit Lists, Publications���������in  from one to four colors.. Satisfaction  guaranteed or no charge is made for the  x work, which can be returned.  BATES, The Printer -JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  Such as Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, Cards Circulars Statements and  ���������in fact anything in the way of Printing���������will receive intelligent attention  and a thorough highgrade production  if left in our care.  BATES, The Printer- JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  li<.  i*,  POSTER PRINTING  We print large and small Posters of all  kinds���������any color of paper or ink. Our  prices for this kind of work is cheaper  than in the cities, and the quality of paper and ink is just as good. No rent to  pay is part of the secret:  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  PUBLICATION  PRINTING "   ;  We have unrivaled facilities for execu-  ing all kinds of Printing, as is attested  by the large amount of Printing we have  , handled in the last seven years. Quality  of work unsurpassed, and delivery in  time assured.  BATES, The Printer JOB DEPARTMENT  The Home of Good Printing at Suitable Prices  iiwiiiiih mi���������\m mi i i  in  'roper - .Publicity - Proves - Profitable  Hub Square  Mission City  PRINTER AND PUBLISHER  S3          ' BKnK  1/ ��������� '                                                                                                                                                        -Hi  fii "J"   ir^W  frfflv^. -        ������������������������������������   ������_r ,y -K������ _���������������������������.-,. i ... ..in i-pi"������S-������������������~Tll"f*f T !���������%������������������������'TCT*     ������������������������������������������������. j... 3j"���������'-���������������������������'    t jtit-y���������������<r i",i������-'������fwii| K-j-Awi.' y_������������������'~fTg* IL-���������   '��������� I'lww-M ������������������ i. "WW"--" HH.f"lM r"J>^ ������ar^?_'^"~T-^'L'V^"lg'lJL'"''i'"'~������~ ~'���������'t 'Ti ���������II ��������� JV'~*_f*"igjy-fl.''t*Hl'fi*"l-W|l������l' ������j*j-  '  ''JJH IT*?'���������^'.T^^.**'-/���������"MB* THE ABBOTSFORD POST, ABSOTSFORD, B. C.  The bag soial held in the Masonic  hall was a howling; success, many  thanks were due to Prof. Hill-Tout  for so ably conducting the auction  $40 were added to tho funds of the  W. A. proceeds of (lids social, everybody declared to have had a good  time.  The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met  at the home of Mrs. Eraser on Wednesday, being inisisonary day. A palter was read by Mrs. W.. Ir'win and  much appreciated. In spite of the  very wot day a large number of ladies were p'.'cscnt and much enjoyed  the hospitalty of Mrs.   Krascr.  The harvest festival at the English  church on Sunday, last was well attended the church being full to capacity. Eloquent and appreciative  sermons were preached by the recently arrived vicar, Rev. M. J. C. Mitton  Special music by the choir was rendered very effectively.  COD  SAVE   OUR  SOLDIERS  (May be'sung to the tune of God  Save the King.)  God  save our soldiers  bold,  And give them  heants of gold,  Where'er they go.  ���������Lord gave them strength to fight,  In battling for the right;  Be Thou their guide and light,  Thyself to  know.  God   bless  their   families,  ��������� And fill their homes with peace,   .  Till  war' is   o'er'.  ' And when the war is past;  May peace forever last.  e  And joys becloud the.past,  For ever more.  God  help mankind at  large  Their duties to - discharge  Whate'er they be.  May men o wealth be found  Whose heairts with love abound  To scatter all around,  Their sympalhy.  Lord. May those tyrants vile,  That would our homes despoil,  Through greed of geld;  .   May even restless be,  Till they can clearly see  That love and unity.  They must uphold.  "  God  help our soldiers bold,  ��������� As in the days of old,  So do again.  Help them where e'er they be,  In a/i'r, on land and sea,  Lead them to victory,  Amen,  Amen.  A rumo'r has been persistently circulated in many cities in Canada to  the effect that the Canadian Red  Cross society was guilty of a breach  of faith with its contributors, by sell-  ir.'; instead of giving supplies to soldiers. This notion is of course on  (.he face of it awkwar.d and can give  /_  little credence with intelligent , people. 11 has been officially and emphatically denied by ' Col. Hodgetts,  the Canadian Red Cross Commissioner in England, and publicly contra-  .dieted by prominent Red Cross officials in Canada, but the .rumour has  a curious vitality an,d persists in  croppnig up in unexpected places  The Canadian Red Cross needs no  defence from .such petty misrepresentations, but it is undeniable-that a  suspicion that supplies are not given  away freely might damper the ardour  of many enthusiastic workers who  are inspired to generosity, by its  thought of the soldiers' pleasure  when he receives their.gifts. There  ,'s not much incentive to knitting if {  the soldier who ultimately wears  them, does so with a Grievance.  The Red Cross authorities however have never been able to find any  such soldier with an . authenticated  that they had heard that supplies  were sold, have neveT been able to  produce any proof. The reasonable  grievance. Persons who have stated  inference is that no such proof exests.  Any one making Red Cross'supplies can do so with the full assurance that the bounty of the Canadian public goes as a free gift to the  sick aud wounded soldiers All reports to the contrary are either- misunderstandings or falsehoods. ;  ���������   (The above letter    was    received  -i-  ijriom the Head Office' of the Red  Cross society at Toronto; and if any  of our" readers have any specific information in regard to the matters  mentioned above they should communicate with the head office at  Toronto.���������Ed.)  How About Your  a firm is often judgih)  by its stationery. why  have cheap printing  when   when   you   can  get neat printing done  on goop paper at this  office, almost as cheap  as plain paper. ruing in  y;ur orders for  i" ��������� , t  Letter Heads, Envelopes,  Bill.Heads, Statements,  Invoices, Labels, -etc.  I  AS THIS PLANT IS THE ONLY UP-TO-DATE PLANT JN  THE DISTRICT ORDERS CAN  BE FILLED WHETHER ������l������  OR SMALL, AND AT PRICES  AS REASONABLE AS IN   THE  CITIES JUST AS GOOD AS  WORK TOO. IF YOU HAVE  A LARGE  Poster. or Dodger  IT CAN BE DONE AT THIS  OFFICE ON SHORT NOTICE.  HAYE THE FRASER VALLEY RECORD  ���������TO:.jjaUR^ FRIE&S;;;J1.00' Per" Year.' ;  SENT  Printer and Publisher  MISSION CITY, B. C.  zgsHmmmsmBaammBuamBSBsumam  BUTCHER  Pork, Mutton, ?teef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Balogna always on hand.    Fish every Thursday  i^Bm^mMBBi^i^^^m&^^^mm������^^^^������'  &2������a_3l----_������_  ������__?:  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,   $1.50  TO   $2.00   PER   DAY  A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  PROPRIETORS  ������_s������_=  : sea ft  PRIVATE GREETING CARDS  FOR CHRISTMAS  PANTRY QUEEN, Royal Standard  and Five Roses are three of Canada's  leading brands and if yon order your  next sack from us you will find both quality and prices right.  GD-TmT'FDTF'Q ':>ou������"^t  in ^is store will always  |\\J'^EtfI\ll-_0 be found fresh.     No old   goods.  Don't forget our Confectionery and Bread���������They are the best  ALBERT LEE, Grocer and Baker  ABBOTSFORD,        -       -       -       -       -     - -       B.C.  A pleasant and inexpensive  way to remember your circle of  friends and acquaintances at  the Christmas season is to mail  them Private Christmas Greeting Cards. We have some  Magnificent Samples  at this office to choose from.  The price is no more than you  would pay for the ordinary  Christmas Carcjs and in addition to this you have your choice  of the wording and also your  name printed on the card as  well.'  Call at the Fraser Valley Record Office at any time and look  over these samples and note  the' reasonable prices.  Last year we did quite a business, and a great many pleased  customers sent out their own  Private Greeting Cards.  It is desired that all orders  be received as quickly as possible in order to insure early and  prompt delivery. Now is a  good time.  All English made Cards.  ERASER VALLEY RECORD  Hub Square     -     Mission City  Freight on a ton of turnips or of  pumpkins from Dewdney to Vancouver is $4.4 0," and on inquiry it was  learned that this was a little less than  it should be according to the rates of  the C. P. R. The .rate on potatoes per  ton is $2.20. By the time a man pays  $2.00 for the sacks and gets only $8  a ton, no wonder the farmers get a  little discouraged and want to sell out  Then some people will tell you that  the farmer of the Fraser Valley is  "lousey" with money. Organize Mr.  Farmer and Mr. Grower this winter  and make the government come to  your assistance.  To a preacher, life's a sermon,  To a joker, it's a jest;  To a raiser, life is 'money,  To the loafer, life is rest.  To the lawyer, life's a trial,  To the poet, life's a song,  To the doctor, life's a patient  Who needs treatment right along.  To the soldier,  life's a battle,  To the teacher, life's a school,  Life's a good thing to the grafter,  It's a failure to the fool.  To the man upon the engine  Life's long and  heavy grade;  It's a gamble to the gambler,  To the merchant, life is trade.  Life is but a long vacation  To the man who-loves his work:  Life's an everlasting effort  To shun duty,  to the shirk.  To the newsman, it's a story  To the typo, it's a slug;  To" the devil, it's a wash-up,   .  To the foreman, it's a drug.  ie Key  If you aro looking .or a situation  a Classified'Want Ad. Is tho key  which will unlock tho door to tho  private offlco of tho bualnona njan.  Ho I* too busy to Interview all  promiscuous callore, but you can  catch his attention and secure  an appointmont by a" Situation  Wanted" ed.  Ci>.nl������hl_IWTb, H  H. *������Cvr4,     ,  .FOR SAL E���������One of the best  Business Sites in the busy  city of Abbotsford. Apply to  II. C. ERAS UK, Suswup Ave.,  Salmon Arm, B. C.  "ROUGH ON HATS" clears out Rats  Mice,'etc. Don't Die In the House.  :i fio and 2f>c, at Drug and Country  Stores.  LIQUOR ACT, 1910  (-Section 41)  Notice is hereby given that  on the first clay of. December  next, application will be made.:  to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of the  hotel licence to sell liquor by-  retail in the hotel known as  the Abbotsford Hotel, situate at  Abbotsford, in the Province of  British Columbia.  Dated this 17th day of Sept-'  ember, 1915. .     '.'  A. J. HENDERSON,.  Applicant.  For Rent-  -A   live roomed  house. Apply to Mrs. Milstead.'  McBRIDE  erai Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Carriage and Repair Work of  all Kinds  Automobile Repair Work \  Satisfaction Guarantee-  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON B. C.  lobson Bros.  Poultry Tonic  ^ ���������and���������  Lice Powder  Abbotsford Feed Store  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  MURPHY,  PROPRIETOR  HUNTINGDON, B   C  *s  I  m  I  if  P  ��������� m  ii  f  M  m  Hi  Xv.i  ���������111  v.tfi  .������;{  11  i  a  VI  13  n  m  V,  w  %

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