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 I* "';i". ^Provincialr: Library:^_;.__J,������ .".j  B'.  I:r  ^  With which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Voi,  ABBOTSFORD,,B, C.   FRIDAY,   SEPT.   13,  1918  <*C||Sk>8      '$1.00 per Year  By the ton  PS  mi  W  a 5  eh  i  y the ton  e also buy Eggs and Poultry  BM&Hto3a^mggggaEggBm  Gaiiiiriii   Food   Rounl  License No.   9-18JJ0  MATSQUI I������'ALli FASil  The date c! the Matsqui Fall Fair  has been set for Thursday and Friday  October Ihe 3rd nd 4th next.  The prize list which is a good one  is now in the hands of the printer  and will be issued next week and  distributed among the members' of  the Association: "-later it will appear  in. the Fraser. Valley Record. All  are invited to exhibit. . ���������   .  _ The Matsqui fair has always been,  a good one and the prospects are  that it wll be bigger and better than  ever. Many of the most prominent  farmers have signified their intent-  ioji._of swelling the exhibits so' as to  overflow the present large building.  There will no doubt be many from  Mission with exhibits, and of course  a  lot  of visitors.  It is probable that the Hon. E. D.  Barrow, Minister of Agriculture will  be present to open the fair.  ��������� Don't forget the date and the fact  that the exhibits must be bigger and  better than ever in order to keep up  the good name of Matsqui.  Start now to conider what you are  going to send to Matsqui's big fair.  13. C. GAMS REGULATIONS'  Mission City Fall Fair  The Mission City and District  Fair promises to be a record breaker  and a few closing hints- to exhibitors  are now in order..  Enter everything you have that is  fit for show and enter it early.  Bring your exhibits to the Fair  grounds as soon as possible and assist the officers and directors in  .every way you can.  It is very important that entries  be made early as far as exhibits to  be placed in the building are cone-mod and that they bo on hand  promptly so that the directors in  charg-j of the hall may arrange the  space Lo show the exhibits to the  best advantage. Try,and help in this  v. ay.  Good judges have been secured  jn every department and everything possible will be done to salify  (���������..liibiiors.  For quail and pheasants, the open-  shooting season commences on October 26 and ends Nomember 26, according to the game regulation.  For European prtridges, in the  electorial districts of Delta and  North Sannich only, open season November 2 5 to November 2 6, 1918,  shall anywhere kill or take more  than six partridges in ��������� any. one ��������� day  or. have more than this number in  his possession at any one time, without furnishing, upon request of any  constable, satisfactory proof as to  the dates upon which same were  killed or  taken.  For deer of all-kinds, to the east  of the summit of the Cascade range,  open season September 14 to December   15,   1918,   both  dates  inclusive.  To  the west of    the summit or the  Cascade   range,   except  Queen  Charlotte Islands, open season September  14 to December 15, 1918, both dates  inclusive.  ' Moose, of the    male    sex, in the  electoral   districts     of   Atlin,   Fort  George,   Omineca,   Cariboo   and   Columbia, open season September 1 to  December  15,   both  dales  inclusive,  in   each   year   during-' the  period  of  five years from December  31, 1915.  Cariboo, fo the male-sex throughout the province except Queen Charlotte Islands,  and  what are  known  j as Rainbow and Hatchie mountains,  ! in  the Prince  Rupert  electoral  dis-  ��������� trict,  open  season   September   1   to  j Dee-ember 15, both dates inclusive, in  j each year during the period of five  years from December 21, 1915.  Mountain  gooat,     throughout  Ihe  only, north of the main line of the  Grand  Trunk   Pacific   railway,   open  i season September 1 to >*cvember 15.  j 1.','1S, both dates inclusive,  i      Mounlaio   g^oar,   throughout   the  [ province,-   open   seaon   September   1.  to December in, both .dales inclusive,  ' in   each   year   during   Hip   period   jf  i five years  fro in  DcRjnbor-  31,  1915  !      l'r-ar,   througho-it     thy   province,  lopon season October X   I 9 IS to Jum  !30    KM 9,  both  da:is iucliifcive.  Premier   Oliver   luu  open   tho exhibition  afternoon.     A   gcocl  sports  is  being arranged   under  ca.ro'-of a competent ��������� committee  promised   to  on     Thursday  program      of  Hie  An  exciting time is promised by a'football match that is btung arranged  for and there will also be a good  bicycle   race   and   many  other  good  , features. If,'you have a grouch and  want to criticize.-come on Monday  tind Tuesday  and  get your  liver in  ;good shape by showing off at the  stunts necessary to get the hall and  grounds in proper shape. If you are  determined to enjoy yourself and  make others happy come on Thursday and bring your friends.  We will have the best show yet  jU: you are determined to make it go.  For the convenience of the visitors  and exhibitors from south of the  Fraser a late ferry will leave Mission  at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.  Stt.'MOUS.LY KJjISCTKOCCTKI)   ..  I A. boy named .Far, aged 13, was  'playing on the pump house at Oif-  | ford on Sunday and fell on a heavily  .volted wire and burned badly, his  ! left hand, being burned off and his  ; lung exposed. Me was brought, to  ! Abbotsford hospital and a special  j nurse brought from Vancouver for  i him'as ihe nurse here was too busily  ! engaged to give such a serious case  'proper attention.    It is expected that  his arm will have to be amputated.  The boy had been forbidden from  time to time to stay away from there.  "To further dchv' action looking  towards the eradication of the mosquito post in the Fraser Valley, is  nothing short of criminal neglect,"  said lion. F. D. Barrow,- minister of  agriculture in the Oliver Government  during a brief address.a I. the banquet  on Tuesday evening last.'  Mr. Barrow, who was unable to attend tho meeting in the afternoon,  was the. chief' speaker at the banquet,  tendered /.he visiting -delegates from  the-Vancouver Board, of. Trade and  outside points following the convention, the first in the history of-' the  Valley which had been called primarily to deal with the'best method of  eliminating the ubiquitous insect  ifrom the agricultural areas of the  lower Fraser Valley.  The minister was quite at home on  the subject after a-more or less intimate acquaintance .with the mosquito  extending over a period of some  twenty years in the Chilliwack district. He had visited Halzic during  the berry season when the pest was  the worst and he knew full well, he  said, how difficult" the' farmer and  fruit grower found it to operate.  "I am satisfied," he said, "that the  government will lake proper steps to  assist you at the next session. I may  say, I think, that Premier Oliver' is  prepared to -co-operate and lo urge  financial' assistance." -  Mr. Barrow paid a tribute to the  city girls who stuck to their fruit-  picking despite'.'Vue fierce -offensive,  of the mosquito: Their work was on.  a par with that of the women of  Great Britain, who had carried on so  courageously since the ' fateful days  of August, 1914, helping to Increase  the production for home consumption from two weeks out of the year  to 24 weeks.  The afternoon session, over which  Mr. C. E. Tisdale presided ably, and  Mr. W. E. Payne acted efficiently as  secretary,   was  an   enthusiastic   one.  The attendance almost filled the Imperial    hall,    representatives    being  t present from all parts of the district.  Among the    representatives   present  were noticed:   Councillor Ewing representing the Maple Ridge Council;  Mr.  Harris of Deroche;   ex-Reeve J.  B. Cade, W. J. Manson, ex-M. P. P.;  ex-Councillor T. Catherwood of Hat-  zic; ex-Councillor   Wm.    Elliott . of  Matsqui;   Mr.   Fraser Yorke,  one- of  the old-timers of the Fraser Valley;  Couns. Clark    and    Wren    of    Mission; 'Coun. McLean and Coun. Phin-  ney of Matsqui; Sam Smith, the veteran dairyman of Dewdney; Councillor Thopmson of Mission; J. W. Win-  son of Huntingdon;  ex-Councillor M.  Wilson, C. Stuart-Wade of New Westminster; Reeve   Fooks    of    Sumas;  Reeve McCallum of Matsqui; Reeve J  A. Catherwood of Mission; Mi*. Goo. j  G-ibbard, one of the pioneer farmers I  of Cedar Valley; and dozens of other '  men who have a stake in the valley i  and all anxious to see the mosquito  migrate to the wilds of Potsdam.  On the platform were: Reeves A.  McCallum, Reeve fooks, Reeve Catherwood; A. A. Lane, president of the  Mission City   Board of    Trade;     Dr.  a  Hon. E. D. J3arroAV, Minister of Agriculture, who has promised his support for logistlation to help eliminate tho Mosquito Pest. He says   it would be "criminal neglect'' not  not to v.-o so.  T f'.-wiU u'in Dr. Treli  manager of ! h" .Agi"  Farm was a...o:ig t.,  too bashful to c:���������'.'  0:i ::ic'.icn or [U  and R  lion  rii'.',   ��������� Air. I lick a  !'/, !v:n"!'i"o'"1! '��������� 1  riudicr.ce being  lo th-7  I'roiT-.  V.-}      Om !>'M'VOC"l  ccvo  Fooks fb'.: t'pliov ii'g mo-  was p!::ced before the audience  impress upon his audience that the  government departments of entomology and agriculture were auxiliaries  and guides rather than,as some people thought, the absolute powers trial  be. Oil, "he said, 'was not a cure-  all." Reclamation and drainage were  the only true remedies for the mosquito.  Three years ago Mr. Treherne had  been sent west, with headquarters ac  Agassiz. Chairman Tislade was a  little too sanguine, as he understood  his rmarks, when he expressed the  belief that the scientists could, or  would remedy their trouble, and  clean up the pest. Control rests with  the people of the districts alone. Our  part is to investigate and advise, said  the speaker.  "It is our official duty. Unfortunately our staff is so depleted by the  war, that we cannot spare men to  meet the needs of all Canada, even  though we realize the troubles. I  admit that with the very excellent  conditions' you have here, and the  close proximity of markets, something must be done as early as possible; and more especially, as the  needs of men returning from' the  great war will need considering before very long, we hope.  The question Is not an insuperable  one. continued Dr. Hewitt", but it is  one dependent on many conditions.  Similar ones existed in western Ontario; they were formerly very bad.  but. lotfjy are n;;ly troublesome. Ak  a result of following I ho ndvic- of entomologists.   rcv?r   a:'d   malaria     nc  Mrs.Mailes fo Prince Rupert is on  month's visit with ' Mrs.   Hannah  Miss  Clark,  formerly of  the tele-  l.iionc office visited Mrs.  M'cKinnon  on Sunday last.  Lieu. Hill-Tout who expected to  get home on furlough this fall Is disappointed but hopes to get'home a.;  bout Christmas times.  Mrs. Maguire has gone-to Kam-  loops for a holiday and Miss Stratton  is in the hospital during her absence.  Mrs. John McCallum's friend, Mrs.  Brown, is visiting with her at present.  Mrs. Colison is' the guest of Mrs.  Hannah Fraser.  Mr.'and Mrs. J. Copping have moved to Powell River.  Mrs.Conner from Maple Falls, W.'  has been the guest of Mrs. Eby.  The Misses Steede returned on  Tuesday from White Rock where  theyr spent ten days at one of their  collages. They report having had a .,  good time. Miss Hannam a friend  of theirs from Victoria visited them  while (here.  .Mr. and Mrs. Jay Starr are rejoicing over their baby girl, born in New  Westminster on Friday Gtli.        <    '  Mrs. Boley, Snr'., has returned  from Seattle and is expected to stay  until the cold weather comes, when  she will turn southward again.  Mr. Johnnie Shortrecd is .working  in Everett firing for his brother Bob  who is engineer.  Mrs. Harrison from Deer'Park, W. ���������  is staying with her daughter, Mrs. C. ���������  Baker at present.  Mr. and Mrs. Albln Johnson have  moved into Mrs. Fraser'a house, for-  merlly occupied  by .Mr.    &nd-'--.Mrs-. r. ���������  Scotsvold.  \\  lengm- prcvai  the evil bore, il in  such time as ;iil ll  and tho brush clear  control of tho wild  como easier und mor  'nl  Mr. J. Copping spent.part of yesterday in Mission. Mack' was probably looking up some snaps on the  coming tax sale with a view to purchasing in the district. He knows a  good thing when he sees it.  for discussion ami  finally passed.'  "Whereas . the ' Kraser Valley is a  district of enormous' productive possibilities; .and whereas I ho. said district .is severely haudicappe'd owing  to the mosquito pest;  "Be it resolved:'.That the provincial government be requested by this  meeting as'enibled to privide legislation and financial assistance at the  next session of the legislature, that  will mitigate pr destroy the.mosquito  nuisance, so that the valley may eventually assume its place in the production of milk, grains, small fruits,  cattle, and the usual natural products of the country."  Dr. Gordon Hewitt, in addressing  the convention Avas most careful to  cesam i  lo ccni.ro  day   I   visited  in  trict, and a parly  vhnlod   your   moi  NJconu'H  find  (he  '���������anno! erndicatr  impo'-jiublo. untL  ���������-��������� land is i"-! !!;���������."  d a t.-uv. 'uM \\ i' 1  hunk; il, v, ill bv  aud moro snr,-  tho I'H'Si. Vpsii-r-  .ho. Chilli wad; dis-  of us this 'morning  i'uito a rear; in th''  and Deroche districts. We  sloughs arc sonii-pi'imov.'il:  hollows r.nd ser-page. KeclamaMon,  and drainage is tho principal factor:  (.ho problem iu British Columbia, is  generally 'speaking, either to get water, on the land, as in the Okruiagan,  or, as iu this district, to get the greater part of the water off the laud. Tho  Chilliwack Valley' is an example of  the effects of land settlement and the  resulting reduction of mosquito pests  after clearing the-land. They cannot  breed without water. Some doubting Thomas Will probably instance  the Prairie pest, but it must be remembered that some mosquitoes lay  their eggs  that mature early In  the  spring and others later;  some He in  the snow and hatch in the small pools  of snow water as it becomes warm.  Entomologists show you where    the  breeding spots-arc; then comes    the  engineering problems.      In the large  and terrible mosquito districts of New  Jersey, Dr. Campbell had no satisfactory "results until drainage showed Its  influence and gave the remedy.      Removal of stagnant water on the low  lying lands of the Fraser river, clearing of brush and cultivation are the  chief  necessaries.  I gather that the oil you have beeii'  using in the past is not the best  kind for that purpose. Crude and  thick oil needs mixing with lighter  oils. An engineer wrote the department" on behalf of the Abbotsford  Board of Trade and I forwarded full  details. I do not know what action'  was taken by that Board.  Here the necessity of co-operation  was pointed out, and the speaker  stated that i nless the people are willing to co-operate they might as well  keep their money in their pockets.  Contiguous districts must organize.  The proposed legislation would  enable the people to raise the money  necessary for active work. The best  policy would be to obtain a small  commission, covering the whole mosquito area, but lifted out of local Interests and party politics. An independent body should be responsible  for this worlc getting thoir advice  from an expert. This would give unify of adieu.  R. C. Treherne. Dr. Hewitt's chief'  '���������.ssisinnt for British Columbia, also  urged co-operation as the secret r-f  iltiinate f.'ic^ss. The cities were an  vitally .Interested in the .problem as  "he valley "cynfres and he voiced  .strong approval of the steps taken by  th'e convention.  The motion was put to the meeting  after several had spoken, opening up  new channels of thought. Among  Miese were Mr. Plommer of the Clay-  burn Works, M. McLean. Sam Smith  whose cows eat tho grass even if the  oil was. on it, and he thought it did  ,'hem good, G. IT. Moody, F. A. E.  Verchere. and others.  The following committee was suggested and carried: Reeve McCallum,  A.A.Lane. Pres. of the Mission City  Board of Trade, Reeve Fooks, Reeve  McCallum, a member of the New  Wsetminster Board of. Trade and a  member of the Vancouver Board of  Trade, and Mr. Plommer. Mr. McCallum to be convener.  'v^  ffiSTS-  ^���������^^smM^i^m^^^m^^^^^^^^^m^im^^mm ABBOTSFORD POST  Published Every Friday  j. A. Bates, Editor and Propriety  1918  FLU DAY,. SEl'T..i:  1 *  THE ABBOTSFO^POST  The same was almudanuy i ,  ,.01. 1S70 i.. "'^"Vun    ?aiv   taua  thrifty   iaimcis   ul,  ,,ls   ,"���������\i,.,U   .0   U.o   scope   '..".I   "-   .���������������<>    CL������ \le country dl3Lrict������-0"^;������*"��������������� ^TmU lor '������  ���������, Uun.gl.1 '������;;' ^ ,������   ;���������.   b s;, -ms ,.1.0    the  "^'"^''In Oil" tod a Ti'jlt   bei.18 t������=" "* Iu'������'  luilous u.o A������    :������ "    ,������������������;���������,���������������.     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Wo have the best oQ������������PPOcl l^air  .hop in the leaser Vallci,  ^rnflitvciiAiMiiKr. machine  ,YIl(.u   h.   trouble   K"������vo   'H  a   ������'������  nn<1 ,!<lH:ir, Dealing by our *M������������������  -.vorkn!''11-  ,,I.<!o   Air -At   AM   Times  Agents   loi  [('.���������UllOUS  Mii'belin  Tire   !3:?5?  /S      ki      r-'-i        >���������������'   -ii  K7-;        -^  R":  0  Oltisens ol the Tjni^l ������U,-Mi-        ^ t(rii,.ec  Bta^ ,-.;���������-';������������������'������  time being speciftea by tto "*V        . b0 |,ave <������l������?������"^.L  ooWsoiy Military !crvf 1"^ to Wltery Service m Ojav-;*.  emotion, are made ,������*1^ ������^^ d?sotarge therefrom, m^ -������  ,nI become ent!tee^e������on    rj? * .,  S?!t:X" St" ^������ s-ico Braneh ������  meut of Justice at Ottawa rf tion aJovesaicl" who wew ���������  United States Oitaoui of *���������*%������ days iron, tto'.^^  Canada on 30th J"1?' ^'t erSt or em-oil in l*o ,;<*������*������. "f-  which to exercise an 0?.^������''th-ij"^*d &<^ r',ul '.hos? ^-.-Si  United States or to ^^^e Jiable to Military ^"toA  any reason subsequently become uap ling. 0f such Labi.../  tove thirty days from the date ol tne stipHiated by He  prauted within-the oplioi al Pcll������^. ' aT>������l7 is reawrcd to i������p^-  S Btotes to whomth e rjg^ ;^g ^ 1817; for the prov-  to the Registrar under the M htary ^^ , tb(j r ,lllatlons  nee or district within ^^^ ^ ry of his" optional perK>a  Prescribed; within ten days ^ fc��������� ������^ reasonable excuse he L!ul  Td will be subject to Pef ^^^^se Vhoin it may concern  +n rpnnrt    For the information ol uio* rc���������istration,   vuli  SfflMViSS Si3T=fc.t- ��������������������������� - ������������������  tially as follows ��������� "    VS: EEQUIRSMENTS  * the Tinned Stales within  ll0 citizen OL the ^  ^ gtatea   p  3.     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'"ih��������� manner and ������lth U'cu '"(": ���������������onco, and  Elector  DUM.0  ���������^'^" a?00rMaia, 1,0  ������!-"'  "������ e���������Utt't'������  ������otUcxcco<l.,>B Five  rran?=oojjU;Sil;;r-ri:r^Cd *-*. .������*-������  ^.n'^nunno t" 1- ���������������������������.������������*��������� ^ 01|),omaUo oxcn.ption.  pftlu,^  shall constitute an  oU- jg HCCtlon. ^  provided m the last m^^^v Service Branch.  issued by the Department of .ust.ee, M.Utary Ser  ^NNOUNCc-tviU^i  ^^J    * ������ _ P wolUC .ON  ' 1,,i',l"iR  ��������� 111' jiSOMJ-Si  !    S'1  .   ..,,<��������� NOW  AT WOUK.ON  Wrigley's  British CcfemHa Directory  ~m FIVE MAIN SECTIONS  IJN    liiViJ   X - x    by    u   c.    Govoi-ampnt  Aprlciillure. T.������id3 ^ ^.^ Del,arimc..lB.  Works, pvepavcu  uj F,,.j'Uh Columbisi. within  f...lv tho development in 1>"-Wl ,d  s(.tlIemonts ������i������������n  1,1 ' mm ..iilca, towns, "i"1-" . .     . rcacht-'d  rV,FTTEBR, acscriblLB over  1900 ������^1  ' fronl llirBCr  po.nto.  Uo������  ^ by Wh������t Ii-, WaoP.fc - ^ ^    .profMllto���������Bl  -n��������� farmer..  AU.I1ABKT.CAI.  "^^^^ '^ ,��������� *U town- una autnc -  ������wU Ksisovs, fruit oio^.      ������ ,.,.,;,���������..,    iToiluecrs,   .Oi.ak.is'i  C���������ASS^ ������������������������;������������- ----- .fiV.��������� ��������������� -���������������  isro.^������ ^���������vrs's-"^"��������� -"",M Cll>  s;rr: .sm- .< -���������-��������� M"bs- -ffit,,,. -. ������"'i"te  ���������"���������"c,������""':::... ������iu. ti.-������������i������ i������ ���������f- r;i ���������������������������...;......��������� ���������������������  -;::;^:'.s'---������"'���������rbts"as'       .  7-W>V������ v DIRECTORIES, Ltd.  r .- *-'.':; -"-v. .,:..''^>,-.���������?^J^,  ' i.-S':^-_V;-:.:. V'C-i"4'*--)*-  C0:ll   MinimrU^"     ������������     AlUt,.tll     -  jliUiito'oii..    ?''i-';;,t-i'V    n    u   portion   oC  W-cviiKO or 4'"il,sV1,v o.i(T veirs at an "H,  l0P u U'Hu oL ^vt;^f;������-1Cx^, morc than Ji  i-c:-'.L-.l  ol  SL  5>er  .i'1'--   .,;.,. ";���������)PUo;iut.  ���������5-/������S.IErTu'5������'. o*������.  1    Vo ���������   Hie   full   auantit>   ar   n        ^^    ,,   t  ,.,.i{, only, but tbe   e������aew    -^      .^^  t, ,l(  -.���������,.,.'iiwo w'natcvw  'a,iU.'  ,-or  llu'  -.vorUb'...  ;������,!"i" ?.������!*.������; ������������������*������ ^? ,.ii!"���������....- ������T-  less no doubt.  I������CENT"CASCARETSW-  FOR LiVER AMD B&Wtj  Curo    Sick    Hoada'.hc,   ConsHgotl  Biliousness, Sour Scoj,a������h,^cC.^  Breath���������Candy Cau.ar.ic.  3sT0 odds hovr baU your livcv, jtorij  how ���������miserable you arc   fiom  conaj  oriBb. bowels���������you always get   eau j  iWuefcB.     They   iinmodiatoly   c!<i  sour formeiiting food and *oul {J  S tho .Kcess bile from the ������vcJ  arry off tho constipated waste nj  E^oS'^^id  !- fSffi.s^Yw���������^., ���������������������������, J tinT&^^i  \ ,. -^---^SSJSskI^ ^ -* *te you 1  I .(dvwtisemcnt  win  w^^^^^^^m^^^^^^m^^^mm. .1  JT^hTww'^  lestera Power te3B!l������!  ' Limited.'  . 1  I-V  fe-4  rr3  r  J^;������  $ y  i,r nf  fruits and gar- \*i  A large -supply ot-  ������u ^  lden trucit, together*ltn retail" ,]  niand for eggs at 7 0^ gale>  werc  and  as  high a  ^  ''     Valley hiar-  the chief features ot the >a  'ket .Friday. .  last  week,   ri.oie  ��������� (lK,  Friday  HAY AND TEAMING  UANo SSr-ngob contracts  X" F   CUTLER  ,.' M..SS.ON  CH-Y  STABLES MMon ^  Washington Sbreer.^ ^^  Apply'  I.-,   ���������?  Tg!. Say. 4770.  h to Loca!  tog  VANCOUVER, B. C  ������  sion City, B. C.  '   j. H.' JONEf  Funeral Director  AGENT   FOUHBADSTONKS  Phone Connection. Mission City ^  y- o nnri ttiums came in  Apples, pears and p un b de_  vory.lreelyandthe^ema ndap.  cidedly good for bou  p me  pies, but the pears d as cd ^  partly on account ol the ^ ,ently  sugar   restrictions   had^       11  and prunes were jold at    > u  .Plums by the ciae b0l������c  to $1 wholesale and bUcknemo  &ecrate were disposed oLaL.U-'  ^1.    ���������iSh  n^  table   vegetables <-      , blu   lhe3o  S^Mn-a'nll"'k.r.ra.r. for'  rose trees. ��������� ..     cen|,rc of  T"������ ;U'?o���������!V'''"n.l    H.U La  lot   or  hands. i,.,rvosl is noaring ;  i,���������c  hpon-lor   some   '>-*   .  11 "���������������*rollowl������������'ar.  .he pveva.hng  prices:  1 - rOULTKY  is often never ���������������������^^,���������1 ^stance was asked to get  eerily a case arose wire e 1, n��������� ^ & ^  on the wire -l^^Cvm where he was -mt he  Gulf'of Georgia.    IlwasU������ without   detailing   the  meSsaSe was extremely u^e.^ ^  . ces called, It ,s  Work of the operator o! t  e ,un, ^ & j e  enough to say <f \*������  '^"vauUd on'the telephone.  SBtfSw^������*'  Then he ialKecl ^ itii  Hnn?" the inestimable value ol Uc  On sucli occasions u.o  phone is brought Home.  BJWWSH ������)/������ TELEPHONE Co.  Limited  'Mv' to 2f>0  " ;>7i' to Ml'  ..."Hi!  Lo ">������<!  '. :ir<(! to 45i'  .. 30v( to 3i(!  General Ti,sUevh.m,s.,^.^Su|  er-tnt'Vc of  DVCH'.S   Win  Huns, ligliL  - ;.'���������      Ileus, lienvy   Broilers and Spnnss  ;   ~->-  i Chiclicns. dressed    * ��������� ,   nm true to type, it will not be; du������i������,old VbHtabms 5  which are Hue to m .tioI1 . ot oc9i sil(,,  ,-^->Ll.������.?.,R  long bei-ore a.   aigei   i ^  pQ ton    the  crop  will   be  not to -citrons. i������cr lb ������������������   hence great care s 10ulVeclium-sized  PumpUins  i������������; ^ ������������������-���������-  3Clf ty"Sa?o^ variety^ beets U^o ^.',or i,  sr ^ ^ ur^ :is^r.ii -  ieties are kept tar^noagh Irom   ^  ^^ ^ _   bwetbb      ^^  -S^Slr winter,^ ^et- fe 13* go -^^  Lioo for seed will vary in dilteienb   ro        able& ^'n'f.L   hut in most places it|Vcai.  ^.^ qunllty   Beef   itEXAIL MEAT  Pot Roast ...-.- ���������������������������������������������-,  Roast Pork, shoulclci  .....  Koast Pork, loin    Boilinpr BceI    T-Bone Roast    Roast Veal     Veal  Chops    Brisket   point      ��������� Piss   Heads    -���������-"  Red  Cod     \Lin&-  Cod   ------   'Llu* Cod.   sliced         CATHERWOOD ���������  p 0. Box 198 ��������� p  Mission City, B.C.  "~^ l      The   metllOClS   ol   w.������.~:������- ,ff   " nt   pork, under ���������iw i"������    I   1.L for seed will vary in ditteiera   ro        F.r goring the ���������*ulatl0B ������h������J   ^Lctio,,    When poss.M'e jt ������ Jj* | m, w   1 is little or no frost-  ,. \R7ill buv outright  We desire shipment of the above Une^W.U buy  POTATOES  a    Matthews-Blaclcwell  Company    and    Matthe ^  Company, boJi 01    x her.  been forbidden to buy   sou Ac_  wtsedealinegss   o      O^da,,^   ^^  cording  to   Lhe   1 e , i)Uic, .   .       ^  since June is, last  e^i        reliUired wilHnTpTrt   considerable ^ite spring sa  ing eggs in cold stoia^o 1 Alberta   will   ������nP������     B  c     There  M si.ri.iw sal.  to  furnish, to the opeialoi     ������ potatoes this year from ������.^            in   ,Mibui, lb.  % rehouse, a statement    in^   ^   ^. nofc ^ exceseive cropJn ��������������� 0^. lCl.a,, a lor  Unifying t-^t such egg;^s0\m(l ractf  It is  somewhat^ ^������\^r {h,  candled   and    ^^id   No licensee Pric  ^.rohonse   a ?w ������������--    "haV0 been   is f^l  son ewhat below' normal", t���������; ^. ;.   certifying tl f\^f\^ ol.   unsound   fact,   It is  somexm the Uoics. 1 ' :;'..  candled   and   that   haj    o^ pri(J08 tl aL Wc e shot ^a      eU.ergetic   r.tu���������    if  -   ���������������������������"   eggs uave been removed  ^0   ^ competiUve P^l^  ^ ,ithin U- B^aS-������n    MpS T^ aomand payment ror   but n      ^wn signs of, stiffen-   ,^t -----���������  S^'i   in excess of an allowed ma -  )l '     rVhoin signs of stiffen-   ha���������toul ���������  LSt weeK Shown 3i������ dOW-   Salmon, per lb    h-d e^ES m e-x^- - - ,      ,,..,,  n. I ing     It is our opinion tUatJ;11^     edi  Coddsh  ���������"..;...  o.va t3b=- ..���������-���������f   mi   the   total  .1   1 uifo. ��������� 4l ^ 00!nnii lias pabbcu. |Cn1prt    Ca! 0Tthrt^���������oU.n.    Tho o���������  ,-d e^ES m e.x^- " - .      ,-.,,   n. I ins      It is our opinion tiiux u d    cotinsh    r^fono parent on U������o^ul o_   ,n������. fw ^o������'������^������^jffi.__-;;  ;'olint "I U'A, IS   Sod ������oar.l *as   and that ^^^^'tS ?40 f. o. Un** -������,-;���������  "T.K*    0'c"argo "- ba* JJ-   l.ayej.een ������a de   tt^om ^ ^  Tgiaally in.rcl.ased       In ll ������        ,on,  1,10 U'������r���������C������l:'d That attempt   had  been-made .o ol.������.gi.      uh(n,gh the  mg B. O. crop  1 gives piumB.   retaH  -   expected,  and  this SJ"- Latest Poars. box ���������---   mir opinion on the Situation.      ^ Blackberric3. crate .  our opi������ apnttle show a decline        umborB, doz   reprots from Seattle much Cu������ cl.al  in prices there. Still ^    t     nt 0-f Honey, per soct-n  , ,_,,������������������ fl^n'ill B. C���������uepaitui noney, per lb .  tx(i two companies ���������^m������    liad   reProts from Seattle j- ^e h   ������=;^e    it was C0;ind tnat no     -tu 1         ^_                    there. Still thej' t 0-f  ^oncy. per section ......-_  been -made  to  charge  l������ac,lv   10 y     1       thanl ,n B> c      Departm .^ pcl. a   Lund eggs in ^������ ^  Stages  ^icultiire^icto^B^ ~ .���������  c-^ .V^S S0 ou^cn. A firm                     ^��������� . STOMACH "  rv.nii-.i5-, ���������"'; ;u; 1 . oc h_fiU disciplined 1 M���������,Tr!TATl TAX  ���������,     tWu  OJ"'.*,-������>   r  ^'^^^ has been disciplined  t,1,u'lol^,l������AvfS a similar offence,  the same va) 101 "��������� ������  , END STOMACH TROUBLE.  provincial ta^ 00T0BBBatl -cnu   -������.������<> nR nYSPE  Tel. 1503  1 Crop Stra  or handle on  consignment.  Calgary,. ^. tlle AgCncy.  ��������� ,1 Pvik of Canada,  01 ai-> .          Rcfcrncc: Imperial La.iK  S.)''  ���������<  n^z  QASES OR DYSPEPSIA  is meant ��������� no v.-lnch t    es Do_  Utoin^ucosooA      n^et^.  minion Horticji\^ ���������        ^ wiR.  ir. advice on the   ^ '   etam,s    for  to.ring of ^i������nn,nlh^hJd free rrom  Seo(r which fifU1R" Department  tlu, Publications J iand������,        e V{Jget.  cf AKriculture. ������^^cV tlve first  Rblo9 must be. so-    0     . pvo_  -winter, and  replanted   m ,  d^f nn the followinS spi nil,; ^^  ���������weU.lmown vegetables  cr ]pry<  ^^^Sv^ndSv^.Seed  parsnips, salsvf> an vn.    nl  fTOtn Ul������^ the" voiles to be so  Canada  1 .J  tlle ^    contUtion oyer  "   ^f ,-n1evSPVnl������ a rigid .election  8 in five minutes.  ' ->-���������,���������i.d Vegetables for Seed        The provincial tax sa Qct_  o1)Cr 24. states Mr. .1^ collRf>iol.. ^n  but loyalty to  m^mmmm  ,.u;'Assessor's ofllce.  the wmiui-     -'��������� oE  is made, each    >eai,  specimens'of course  ==^-? S Bda^t^.Ai -r^^^ss  ^jnr-o of land n.t P ^ <|au ^.^    froin.^digestion, d,.L> 1.       {e).nii;utation  Loyalty to our co;ur,������r  our town and our ������-������. out __  although rr.rer.   ,io':^r,���������d from townsmen  things that may ������?������ ^-���������        s a scnous m  ��������� neighbor* is not 10/3. -;   ^ other instltUl  lo our scnools, CY---���������    of   hilantj  CUpportcd ^^;r   "wd churche  Support gvoa ro.���������-, r  iportant  :ov/n for  and  jury  ions  Spend y sur  ;ney at hot  go  .1 vri  iod  11  few  a  ,-hools.    ^Cll'^rr-;r Va'luc, and  o-ct just as gcocx 01. u-\--e     :t ir.ste-  you buy beiore V.���������^^^ deal at home  Read the advcrU.-,emu.to  what  /  /"N,  ^  fifl? .f jy������*������*i n(rigiprys������ mrtPK&wnr:  . THE - ABBOTSFORD POST, ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  A1JI5OTSK011!)   LOCALS  7\'Ir. \Vc!bF{r:r Una lirnu>;iit Ins !.:im-  ily from VancoiiVM- and has la!am  the house I'ornu'rly orciij/ieii l>> ��������� Mr.  Johnson. ?.Ir. NVebslor is Ihe B. C  hi. R. man who lias Liiken Mr. _ Wiggins' place.  Mrs. Thomas spent Tuesday in Sumas and Huntingdon v/iLh Mrs. John  'Starr and Mrs.   Fraser York.  The Ladies' Aid  mot at the,home  of   Mrs.   Met!owan     on     Wednesday,  ' there being a large gathering.  Tli.-: Huntingdon girls thoroughly enjoyed tagging last. Saturday for  the sailors and had remarkable success. Misses Hazel Curtis and 0.  Reyburn canvassed I lie hill road and  the Misses Marjory Fad den and'Marion Campbell held up atuos with a  bis Union Jack on the Vye road.  The boundary line "was guarded, by.  Misses Bltchford and Hart, Misses  lnmn and Murphy, Misses Given and  Gladys Tapp with headquarters at  Mrs. Fraser' York's.  '        r ,-  Miss Hill-Toout has gone to .Victoria for a lengthy holiday with her  sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles Hill-Tout.  Miss Jna Fraser and Miss Christina  McPlioe rae boarding with Mrs. Dan  Emeryin Vancouver and attending at  school.  Mr.Kenneth lluggard from'Sumas  prairie has been seriously wounded  in Prance.  ' Itev. Campbell of Chilliwack is to  conduct the services Sunday morning  and evening in the Presbyterian  church here and preach the anniversary services in the afternoon at  Huntingdon. '-    ,  ��������� By special request Rev. Robertson  will give his faniouslecture here. See  pesters later. '  Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Salt got.  very high points in the exhibition at  the baby show in Vancouver. Mrs.  Johnson's got 9S and Mrs. Suit 9G!/j.  Mr. Fraser York on (he Whatcom  road owns'a pomegranate (rec now  bearing small  fruit.  tMen-vy^fjfc.'' ���������y&arv ri .; "* l^f���������^j(^'1SCr3r7 j*?**',ryr  .^^CpS^Sr^EZ^iSi  iMwa^vvK w Tjscxrrn  pgZ������a3g8W������a������Ja^g2g2ES3HS5aB  ���������" *���������**��������� ?*������'^''*tm������rm?Z?.Tr'Z?r?*  i mi \ ������������������������������* J-Wg  ._?.������.* p<rt������nttwwM. ������M  fc^tf^fc^fMgaS^f**?^^  four AcL in This Paper  ���������H M  ,- to  'iP3������  t it id  &$  <xt>  ���������FROM THE FRONT  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  Charlie Stokes writes home mat. he  is gelling along well. He says "suppose you have heard all about tin;  Canadians by now. We sure slipped  one over on Mr. Hun. U was a day  oi our lives." "1 got a good German  bicycle out of it and Phil who is still  boing strong secured a German helmet." "'This is written on German paver." "Ran is Lance Corporal now." ���������  Frank Spencer came to our Battalion the other day.  (The Canadian were the first to  break through the nindenburg line,  unci that is probably the day referred  io in Charlie's letter.���������Editor.)  '���������Dud"JBryaut writes to Mission "City  that Archie Lanmpard left for France  on Wednesday with the 72nd Highlanders draft.-1 am leaving tonight  With a draft for France. Jim Cra-  wer is also in the same dralt.  (The letter is dated August 12th)  BECAUSE  THE  RIGHT. PEOPLE  ARE  LOOKING FOR YOUR AD.  If you COULD (although, OF COURSE, you  can't) stop every man you meet on the streets  asd ask: "Do you want to buy a pair of shoes?"  (.Or any other kind of goods) You might find  ' half a dozen who .would say "Yes." Perhaps not  one of these, however, would want to buy the  article you want to sell.  If your advertisement, however, were to be  printed-in these columns this week, it would  "stop" EVERY MAN IN TOWN WHO WANTS  .TO. BUY SHOES, OR CLOTHES, OR ANY  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" .anyone who didn't want to buy- That's the beauty  of the advertising way of findiag a buyer. The  ad. finds the buyer through the simple process of  being easily and readily found BY the buyer-  And if, among the prospective buyers of goods,  there is one to whom your goods would be a bargain, and your ad. is a convincing one, you'll soil  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE FOR SALE)  rafl        ' !"*���������       ������    1    ������ Ha 1  f  ^^tt%^tr^Q9CtoS^Mammmum*^tKaMSatam  ZSSmPJ  Prisoners of War Fund-  (Prom  the  t'rjisur Valley Record)  For the month el" August the sum  ot $75 has been sent in to Viicou-  vor, $27.50 having been received  troni fruit growers, per Mr. Mathew-  ticn and $25 from Mr. King iroin tho  i/ruit-pickers' dance, i?2 was sent  by Mrs. Routhier and the remainder  was from the Libary Ci"cles teas,  etc.  The general tag day for this fund  through the whole of British Columbia will^ take place on Saturday,  Ucpt. 2st, as per following letter,  we think that Thursday, Sept. 19th,  being Exhibition day, would be an excellent day on which to hold ours.  We hope it will be a success, as dur  ing tho last two-months we have not  done as well as usual.  Any ladies or children willing to  help with the tagging kindly send in  tht-ir names at the libary before next  week.  The motto now on the tags that will  surely appeal, to everybody is "They  have fought for us, can we let them  su'.rvu?  K.  A.. APPLEBY,  Sea.-trcas. P. of W. Fund, Mission  Vancouver, Aug 13th, 19IS:  Doar   Friend:  . The Tag Day for  the Prioners of  Wm;, which  has now hcome an  annual event, will, by permission of the  j Mayor take place in Vancouver    on  Saturday, September 2ist.  I hope that many other places in  British Columbia may again co-oper-  ato to make the Tag Day the success  that it has been in former years.  The Women's Canadian Club has  promised to take charge in "Vancouver, but the Prisoners of War Committee will make arrangements for  all other places and has a large supply of tags on hand.  So many places are already giving  liberally to the Prisoners that it  would seem greedy almost on our  part to suggest anything further,and  this letter is really an annuncement  that the Tag Day is to take place and  not an appeal.  On behalf of the committee,  Sincerely yours,  VIOLET  E.   SILL1TOE.  MISSIOX SCHOOL OVEKCKOWUUI)  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  The Mission City public school is  overcrowded and the teachers are  hoping that the school hoard will  come to their relief and appoint another teacher.  Tn last week's report an error  crept in, which we have been asked  to correct.  The number of pupils in the IV.  Division was 32 instead of 22 and  in Division V. 43 instead of 2 3. The  principal's room the other day had  co be re-arranged to avoid the overcrowding.  ....The divisions now stand: Div. J.,  3!), Div. II. 35; Div! III. 30; Div. IV.  37: Div. V. 44.  High school,  40:  Total 225.  The services of the Domestic Science teacher, Miss Coughlan and Mr.  fllingworth are required now for a-  bout three days instead of two as at  present.  j'-f-t the school grow.  PREMIER   AVILL   OPEN  FAIR  Capt. McKenzie of the Mission-  Mai-squi ferry, is away on a short  holiday, the first since he took charge  of the ferry some years ago.  (From the Fraser Valley Record)  Premier Oliver will be in Mission  City on fair day and open the exhibition. It is altogether likely if it  is a nice afternoon that several of  Vancouver's prominent citizens will  motor out for the opening at 1 p.m.  or thereabouts.  ii-  Pte. Harry Ryder of the first garrison battalion, has received his discharge and left Tuesday morning for  the i-Iarrison hatchery to take up his  former position.  y^. **vy\.'\f< -  'Serf'  Every housekeeper realizes that the  nice plate of war bread is one of the  important items of a well set table as  it is the finishing touch to a well pre-'  pared meal. With our war bread and  our fresh groceries the-finishing touch  to a man's pocket book' may be had at  any time. Lee's Bread and Groceries  recommended to happy housekeepers.  License  No.  8-!385.'$8  1  f'-yi w'^.k, ���������'.->-.���������-"..i,--".i  J/icciibu   No.   5-1088  ALBERT   LEE,   Grocer   and.. EaKer  /Si*3^gg^gc^^ra������^  ^SS!SlS!S^^<taa<t^*Ma!ii>^">^������^^*^'' V''"' I J?"  =3ift\  See me now about that Insurance  e      e  M    .A  I have a large and ."'splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale atjow prices.  Finest quality. y  .an  Abbolsfcid  Farmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern ���������  M.   MURPHY,   PRCPRSETCP  HUNTINGDON,  B   C.  ^^  ^r ^���������i*jSw.^BEa������as:s  A^ioTSFORD   dISIkiLi   IuARI  Ur    sHA  ^  LP  "T1."   ' mm?m  President, Hope Alanson   Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held Firs* Monday erf Each Month  Write the sc-rot;^;- rtijanUng Bi^iirfacturingsiteb  j v/i(h u.^e:-cc"'i!e:i Ffr'p.rrig Kcriti^R and cheap pov.t:!_  !   in- inJ'i>rrnj.iUon i^o^d\i% "J:"- f^n; <md fruit Ssnusof  jy <r::Labii?btd, kl  ������;i^iiHSBc.iiI!^3S!Kt4ii^^ taSSiSStSii?  n  Captured Cicrinan hc'ina, "quiz/ed*' by   Canadian   Intelligence  officers  avIi     o are anxious to "know things" about  conditions on  the "other side."   Caii adian   Oilicial   pliotograph.���������Copyright,   Canadian  War Rceords.  RITTTF P   ^ TJ> A pP17 O C  Now is the time to get your supply of Butter Wrappers for  summer months.  Get them at BATES' PRINTING OFFICE.  ^;1  if  M  v-i-a.  ''iv.^'-V

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