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 ''&<~{Wl0rfi?-&*:*4~r}-...  /ith which is incorporated "The Huntingdon Star"  Vol. XJI., No. 20.  ABBOTSFORD, B, C FRIDAY,. 'SlSPT, 9 1916  ^l,ri-l.(),\kv.. y  $1,00 PIER YEAR  . HILL'S STORE:NEW  aiwc*imm33jrazzznzs?3Bxm'?rinicm*M^mauM*aain*v.K  iig. Demonstration  EMPR]  lA  You are cordially Invited to Attend  a  demonstration of Empress  Jelly  Powders, Empress Extracts,, Empress Coffees, Empress Teas,, Empress Baking Powder, Empress  Spices, Empress  Jams, etc..  at our  Store on Thursday, Friday, and' Saturday,'September 14, 15 and 16th.  New Goods ,jus(. Placed in Slock This  Week:  3")   dozen  paii-  Men's ��������� Woolen     So>:  at 2fit.1. ?.;")������ and  3Of ii pair  5  doz. Men's' Khaki Overalls    #1.25  Whito       Flanuollette       lb>*        18<5  and   ��������� '2'2$ a jd.  15  pair Men's Gall'  Boots ....$-1 a pr  GAZLEY BLOCK  ABBOTSFORD, B.C  Ct  v   Your Ad. in This Paper  \  HE CAUSE  THE  MtiHT  PEOPLE  ARE  LOOKING  POR YOUR A3).  II 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." P.erliaps 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 AV1-IO WANTS  TO 13UY SHOES, OR CLOTHES, OR ANY  OTHER ARTICLE���������and it wouldn't "stop" anyone who didn't want lo buy- That's the beauty  of ihe advertising way of finding 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 sell  what you want to sell.  (THIS SPACE POK'SALE)  I  TIIIO   fOMIi   ICI<XJIMM\T  Al'L'IOAIi  Tho following- letter spoaksY'or II-  ncilf: ���������     "'  The o Ulcers, non-com missioned officers and mail ol' l.ho I (I'ltll Itoglniunt  \Vcm(.11i111:>(.C31- Fusiliers, desire lo lay  before tho publo, Llio necessity for  iind desirability ol' I nomas ing 1.1 Mi  ranks ol' Iho regiment up l,o ii(, I oil si.  I'oiico nl rongl.h. Tho iiocossil.y for  tills appeal in owing lo l.ho fuel, that  llu? ('.illI for Duty w:ih responded Lo  fo I'rooly liy llu; members of I.he, Ho-'  Kinuiiil, that, II.H riiii 1<m have. - houii  practically depleted. i In those stirring times every man capable of bearing arms should at least know l.ho(  rudinioiils of drill and tho roquiro-  inoiils of a. soldier, -1 hus qualifying,  should occasion rd(|Uiro, for service  in l.hu defense of Country and Homo.  Ualike l.ho countries situated in tho  War 7,0110, wo have been immune  from any of tho disastrous, effects of  War, and consequently may have overlooked the necessity for preparedness, which is so essential Lo success.  There arc a great, number of men  who, whilst conditions will not permit of thorn taking an active part on  the battlefield, can at least do .their  share by joining'tho ranks of Llio  home regiment. . The boys of the city arc doing "their iJit" for tlie protection of Flag and J-Ipmcin a far  off Contry, and surely the least that  can be done Lo encourage them is  that all should ally themselves with  some military organization, and thus  convey Lo them Lhat those at home  are doing their share : and fitting  themselves tor sucli'asistauce as may  be necessary.  In the campaign for recruits which  is now being organized, we appeal io  the employers of labour, and an especial appeal is made to the business  ���������������������������-men for their personal assistance aud  sympathy iii building up the 104th  Regiment.  Our boys in the trenches are work  ing an average of one  hundred  and  sixty-eight hours  per  week,  Mid all  we ask all the boys.at home is two  hours of ther time each week which  can be profitably and pleasantly spent  in nuJiliirv  exercise.  It should be an  honour io be enrolled in the strength  or' the 104th Regiment, Westminister  Fusiliors, u regiment which is .i.'iliod  wilh  the  "Minister Fusiliers"     with  o   rciord   :cv  gallaii'ry  and  L> \TVc-ry  second to none in  the history of tho  Umpire.       The weekly  drill  for the  current season Avill start on Llio second  Monday  in  September, and  the  parades will be under the supervsion  of eflicent and capable officers, all of  whom   hold   cerLilicaLes   of   qualification for their respective ranks.  The  regiincnL has in its stores khaki uniforms and   equipment for  four companies, which  will   be distributed   to  recruits after having    been    attested  and the roll signed.  Ladies and gentlemen, we appeal  to you for your assistance and sympathy in filling the ranks of the 104  Kogment to at least Peace strength,  and we are sure, when you think it  over, you will appreciate the necessary for the success of our campaign  and give us your best assistance in  reaching the desired end.  ���������   ir/l-I.  CNN ING HAM  .  There are several new aufos in  Lown this week.  August 28l,li. io Sept. 2nd  Blackberries  have sold  vary slow,  not only in Calgary, but at Hdirionlon  ���������and  points oast.  '    People soem    io  have had enough and only a - low  price would move IJioin. Tho price  might' have boon hold' ;iL $2 on Saturday, had it not boon for Freeze,  the retailor making, a special ad of  $1.98. If only the very nicest, are  soul, in l.ho prico can bo advanced a-  galn. Hut a very low will now supply the demand.  VFPNON FKDIT COMPANY, LTD.  Calvary, Hdmoiilon and Medicine lint  Tlll������3 PKOIMP.ITION ACT  "TOO  llld A  COWAKI)"  The   Liberal   candidate   for   Delta,  speaking at a large public gathering  at Murrayville bluntly announced  that "he himself would not onlist"  for he was "too big a coward." lie  stated, however, that he was willing  to pay, some one else fo do his share  of lighting.  It has also  been  noted   by public  speakers that. "Honest John," ihe former Liberal for Delta, and who sLil  lives in Delta Riding  (but is a candidate for Dewdney iu the Liberal in-  trests) has thus far failed to use  his undoubted abilties as an orator to  advise flic young men of his .home  disrlct to onlist. Liberal'patriotism, in  these directions apparently has the  "Bar Sinister" across its face.���������The  Surrey Gazette.  Thoro has boon some discussion a-  bout tho voting and what counts as  a win for the Prohibition people.    A  number of views have boon expressed  within the last few days. The Act.  is quoted and seems quite plain:  "Whereas in respect ot the "British Columbia Prohibition Art'.' and  the "Woman Suffrage Act," being  Acts of the present session ot tho  Legislative Assembly, it is proposed  that the said Acts shall respectively  attain tho force of law only upon a  majority of (lie votes of the electors  cast at a poll to be held lor that purpose being iii .favor of the ,sanie."  This would indicate that a person  who did not vote on either of the  two Acts above nieiiLioned but voted  on that of member for Dewdney or  any other riding, that his vote would  not count unless he voted "Yes"' or  "No" regarding Prohibition' or Woman Suffrage. Therefore 'get your  ballots and  mark  them.  Miss (!.- Payne, formerly of Abbotsford, spent the week-end here  visiting friends.  Mr.'J. L. Campbell went fo Vancouver to attend Presbytery meeting  this' wook -.  l\lr.  Kravoski and  family motored  to Vancouver last Monday.  ���������   Mr.  Poolo and  family spent Labor  Day in Itolliugliain.  Miss Joan Alanson has returned  home from holidaying in Vancouver.  Miss II. IMcCallum has gone to  'Vancouver fo attend high school.  Mr. Kick-bush and Mr. Davidson of  Siiuias visited AbboLsford last. Monday. - ���������       . .   .  Mrs. Salt has returned home after  a  mouth's holidaying,  Mrs... P.ouIter ��������� has. returned from  visiting in Pcllingham and is now  visiting in Vancouver.  Mr. Shorl.reod Snr. has been ill for  tho  past.  Lbrou  weeks.  ��������� Mr. Sanson has returned Lo Veern-  on.  Mrs. Dennison has been visiting  her sister Mrs. Zeigler.  Miss .Thomas lias resigned her  school  hero.  Miss Clifford who has. bee.n visiting  Mrs.- Hill her' sister has returned  home Lo  Prince Itupert.  Rov. John Mackay D. D. principal  o\' Westminster Hall Vancouver will  preach o\\ Sabbath next the 10th in  A bbofsi'ord Prcsbyferiaunchurch,af 1.1.  and conduct the anniversary services  of St. Pauls Huntingdon at 3 and  7:110 p. in.   ���������  On- Monday evening at 8 o'clock  St. Pauls will have a social gathering  at which principal Mackay and others  are expected to speak, beside musical  selections and refreshments.  Political   Items  The Premier spoke to a capacity  house at Chilliwack on Tuesday and  made an excellent impression  Among those who attended tho  Chilliwack meeting from , this- end j  were Messrs J F Boyd, J. McEwon,  J. Shaw. J. A. McGowan, Dr. Swift,  J. F. Weir. C. A. Ryall, D. C Blair  J. Vanctta, A. Taylor. F. Sutherby.  H. 13. Hill, all of Abbotsford, Messrs  Fraser York and M Murphy of Huntingdon aud Councillor H. S.  Phinney of Clayburn. '  Mr Mac ken has also arranged    to  speak tonight  (Saturday)     at    Clay-'  burn and Matsqui and on Tuesday at  Poardonvillc and Aberdeen.  Thursday is Polling clay throughout, the country and the lection meet  ings are now in full -sswing.  Sof ar between the candidates in  ���������this district the campaign' is being  conducted on clean lines without any  personalities  Someo f the big guns are now being brought into, play and John Oliver spoke in favor of Mr Barrow  at. Matsqui on Monday last  Mr. Barrow is fo speak at Abbotsford'on Friday and Monday and on  the latter afternoon lie is to have the  assistance  of   Mr.   M.   A.   Macdonald  Mr. Macken and Mr. R. R. Haitian d of Vancouver are to speak in  the Gazley hall on Monday night. r*  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,' ABBOTSFORD'- B. &  TH������ ABBOtSFORD POST  Published EvcjV' FrHlay bf The'Tost Publishing" CAbiimify >'  A weolcly Journal d<*Voted--to tlie' Interests of Abbotsfoi'd arid district  AdveVtisiinijjr rate's  made 'known  on  application   .  Our   Shibboleth���������Neither   lor   nor"agin'   the   Government  J. A. BATES,' '-       - Editor and:'Proprietor  ,.,      -������.  I'MtlDAV SI3PTFMOI.0R 8,  :l!)l.(i.  K  H  K  a  s&js������:  j J. a JONES  ?   , Funeral Director  Furnisher, of Funeral Supplies  Phone Connection. Mission City  British Columbia needs at the head  of affairs' a man  of courage,   know-  .   lodge,, wide experience; connderic'd"in  the country and' untiring' Industry..  "Smash the Bowser Machlno"    .Is  aparonfly  tho slogan    or    so-callod  Liberal party of 13. 0.     It looks very  much liko smashing tho Dowsor machlno fo put in tho Drewstor hiachiiio'  Lot us cxamino this Browsfor machine.    No' doubt Brewster would bo  tho leador.    Do' we' find hint a man of  knowledge of. public affairs.     We all  ��������� know about the writ, which ho carros  around   with   him';.     ..Had   that  wrii  been acted upon by tho Lieutenant-  Governor it would have fled up the  affairs of this    provinco    until    tho  courts,had clodded -tho inorits of the  matter.    It would 'havo been tied up  for a longer poriod had the docisio'n  gone as Brewstor wished'   it.       We  would be :without a'government and  alL tho money voted-at tlie last session for the expense of carrying-on  the business'of tlio country.'could not  be touched;'tho bills ' passed ' would  have  boon  null and  void���������tho SiilT-  rnffo bill, tho Prohibition bill and tho  others.    That would moan that B. C.  lor an indefinite period would be at a  standstill, with the'rost'of tho world  laughing at our statesmanship.-  As leader of tho Opposition'It is  admitted that Brewster is under certain handicaps, but'there is nothing  to prevent a leader of the Opposition  from finding airoccasionon which1 he  could demonstrate to'the people what  his policy stands for.- Has Brewster  done thisv We fail-to be able to  point to any one occasion.' He' crt'i'-  cixes in a vague general sort of way.  He has found fauit in' wholosalo  fashion; he has denounced in unmeasured terms his opponents; but  has never pointed the way.  He has gone away from home and  incidentally talked politics on       the  way.    And  according to  him  everything was wrong in"B; C.    The easterners got the impres'sioh'that 'nothing  but  dark -clouds  and  blue  ruin  represented  our 'fair province.     But  he failed in his opportunity of sowing  the seed that would lea'd'thenr to believe  that  he  was ,the  man  with   a  remedy to offer.    ' He failed    too: in  that loyalty which should have stamp-/  ed  him as a British Columbian first  last and always."  At tho beginning of last session-he  and the othor'members of the 'Opposition were given tlie''opportunity of  proving some of'the things' they' com- I  plained of. We know the reuslt. He  has since gone up and db'wn the province retailing "tho'idlegossip'and repeating the' worn 'out"slanders'.'-' But  not one ray of hope"or'encouragement  has he'offered'. It wo'iU'd' appear "that  he sees no vision of future prosperity  for British Columbians1:' Many- of-us  expect to live in B. C. fOr' "year's:"'bu't  this blue ruin with no0'femedy'kf6r:'ii'  does not appeal to B^iijis'ir Columbians, and it sounds lilt'e'^'soirr^rapeV'  to many of us. .^  On the other hand|} Bowser, ��������� although a Conservative";-5- picture's a'  much brighter prospect' i;for "the''province and acts accordingly:  The result of the 'elec'tion' will;undoubtedly be:  Smile and tho world''shirTes 'with 'you,'  Laugh and the''world'will roar':'  Howl and tho wo'rTd!jwi'lI leave' yb'ii,  And never'c6me"bk'clc,v'any more.  appealod to tho; Ltoutpnant Governorf  fo dismiss Mr.'Bowser from-olllce, although he Intel at his    back    every  member of tho    Legislature    except  four.    This was in keoplng with Llio  Mclnnb-brand of Liberalism, which  tho poople of'.British    Columbia - so  roundly rebuked and which mot wt'h  the most' emphatic condemnation at  the hands of the Liberal Prime Minister, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, who dismissed Mr. Mcfnnis from office. - If  tho whole truth woro .made public if  would' probably be found that this  was not nearly tho.oxtont to-which  Mr. Bowsor askod the Lieutenant  Governor Lo Intcrfcro in the carrying  on of tho Govoriimont. ���������'  According fo Responsible Government tho Legislature Is supremo with  in its' jurisdiction. Tho now brand  of Liberalism exalts a, siiigl'o' judge  over all tho Legislature. If in. tho  days of the old Family Compact' a  Tory mombor of a legislature had  asked a-judgo to restrain that body  by injunction there would have boon  something like a robollio'n., Tho Parliament holdings at Montreal woro  burned on less provocation.���������Colonist.'  TIIM KAbli'lWIHS  . Not oven the provincial elec'tion is  going to interfere with the Matsqui  or tlio Mission Fall'Fairs which are  fo bo held this month.  Mafsaui will bo held on the 13th  and'Mission City on tho 22nd of this  month. Preparations arc going on  by exhibitors who will place their exhibits in the hall for Matsqui on tlio  1.2th and in Mission City on the 2lot.'  It will be a day of rohixatlon after  the exc'lterhohf wh'ch has boon boforo  tho election. At Matsqui il, Is llkoly  tli'oro will bo a largo crowd as most;  lllroly tho .politicians will bo there  in full number to'get a last talk boforo tho vofo is taken  RAFF I j 13   HULL   rOU   FUND  A  UK'  hi connection wlflf'fho annual Ag-  assist fair on Solpoihber 20; a purebred Jersey bull, sixteen months old  will bo rafflod for in aid of the Canadian Patriotic Fund. This bull'lias  been donated by Capt; J. J. Logan, of  G Ion wood.'  fi  ll an advertiser could make every advertisement, and every word in it, do its best work for  hirn, he would make a record and invariably hit  the bull's eye. Perhaps such a score is not ptissi-,  ble, but the rifle with which he shoots, may be the  best possible, thus enhancing his chances for a  perfect score. .      '  The one best rifle, the nearest' to perfect in advertising, is the newspaper. Others have been  tried.and are being tried by new and inexperienced advertisers; but as they watch results and  grow in wisdom, they put their faith primarily in  the newspaper. The example of these experienced ones is worth following.  \ ������������������v  tz  It will not prohibit--Read Clausfe 57  It is Glass Legislation-Read Clauses 3and 57  It is Uh-British~Read Clauses 28* 40 arid 46  It will iiicrerse Taxation-Read Clauses 58-60  It will send Enormous Slims of Money Out of the Province and Thousands of persons out of Employment  ABBOTSFORD   DISTRICT BOARD OF   TRADE  President, Hope Alanson    Secretary, N. Hill  of Abbotsford, B.C.  -^  Meeting Held First Monday of Each Month  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  ' with unexcelled shipping facilities and cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  L the district, and industries already established,        jj)  ���������*���������������;  &f  Your PEotograph=  Nothing  will  "acid more to  the pleasure of the friends and kinsfolk  at home.  A bridge across,':'th'e',Pitt River' is  to tho people of thie''western part of  the western" part of'. th!e!'rding as' a  bridge across'th'e Fra'ser^'af Mission  would be'to'tho' Mfssio'n''an'd;Matsqui  people.  Specimen Ballbf on the Act  ������ARE 'YOU,IN FAVOR OF BRING-  fejING THE!''"' "BRITISH" COLUMBIA  l| PROHIBITION       ACT" INTO  t'FORCE?  Don't Spoil your Ballot  Mark here  V  THE ROYAL STUDIO  ABBOTSFORD  :-:     B.  C.      :-:  Mr. T. S.' Baxter; a' former'iriayo'r'of  Vancouver"says he' is' a Brltlsfr Columbian first'and'that is the'Yoaaori  ho is supporting the Bo'wser" government.  It is well'known that Mr. BreSv-  stor and  his suporters-in the* press  See me now about that Insurance  0  e  I have a large and splendid supply of  Raspberry Canes for sale at low prices.  Finest quality.  cCaS  Abbotsford IV  THE ABBOTSFORD PDST, ABBOTSFORD, B. 0.  :jjxL:.ix:L^.:zj..i:\  -jj���������. ������-..  rwrr  WWBSRB8!  y,w-aggaroaMHg^^^  ramgmaaawraMMMMflgMi^^  otsford and District has done magnificently in sendm  ier sons to fight for the freedom\and rights of the British  Empire and her Allies.  -a  ROLL OF HOx\OK  Unveiled "With tJie   Names   of  ,  More Than Seventy Names  February .Gtli, 101G.  Rev. J. L. Campbell of the  Presbyterian Church on Sunday  February 6th unveiled a roll of  honor in respect and memory to  the volunteers and soldiers who  have gone to the front from  Abbotsford and district. The  text from' which he spoke was  "Gr.eater love hath no man  than this, that he lay down his  life for his friend," and as an illustration the famous painting  "The Great Sacrifice" was used.  The roll'contains over seventy  names, the first seven named  having already given their lives  for 'King and Country.'  The following are the names:  W. A. Ferguson, killed.  H. E. Lloyd, killed. ���������'     '  J. McDonald, killed.  H. R. Gray, killed.  E. 0. Collinson, killed.  A. Ames, killed.  J. F. Green, killed.  F. Brown, invalided.  H.  Grimley.  A. Teng. "���������; -  A. Hill-Tout.  L. Trethewey.  J. Fraser,  C. L. McPhee.  S. McPhee.  C. Hulton-Harrop.  A. Hulton-Harrop.  G. E. Hayes.  M. Rhodes.  A. Hicks.  0. Hicks.  Chas. Wooler.  G.. Gough, '  A. R. Flummerfelt.  J. Kirkbride.   .  A. C. Dudden.  D. Geddes.  .11. Johnston.        v  P. J. McLagan.  J. Hands.    v      ;*  S. Knott.  N. Laird.  H. Gordon,  A. G. Adams.  G. N. Gillett.  J. Aitken..  0: KidwelL ,  R. Hughes.'  T. Ushaw.  T.' Perks.  A. Pegram.  B. Pottinger.  B.'W. Siithern.  E. A. Chapman.  M. W. CopelandY  A. Mallalue  A. Healey.  J. Welch.  -iy-  A: A. Fermoor.  T. Donnelly.,  E. Anderton.  A. A. F. Callan.  J. Bousfield. .  C. Bayes.  R. Peters.  T. Davis.  T. Mawson.   ��������� ���������  A.' Knox.  B. Knox.  R. Smart.  S. .Finch.  W; Bowman.'.  E. Chamberlain.  K. Huggard.  D. Huggard.  J. Munro.  T. Smeeton. Y  A., Williams.      _���������.,.    ,_-v     . ,.j  J. Hanns.  .   J. McCormack.  John Gillen. ,  Milliard Boyd. ������������������'������������������������,!  The  following   have   recently  enlisted for overseas service:  D. Campbell  J. Downie.  Percy Wilson.      I ���������".  Manlius Zeigler       *\   " !  Ed Barrett.  Roy Maines. ������&.'.:���������       '  W. Campbell. V  Dan. McGillivray  E. B. de la Giroday  Jack Parton  H. Skipworth '���������  .R. Ramsay  are we, who are left behind, going to contribute  towards the Canadian Patriotic Fund, as our share,  to equal the sacrifice of those who have died or en-  or overseas oervice.  ive a montmy suDscription.  i������S*  msmsm  teil^ THE ABBOTSFORD  POST,   AITROTSFORTX  B.  0.  Si    %      tf'"v*\      Ry     (3 /?i \:s      M      ?;i'-<n i^-u     W     ^""or   ^���������fr-'1"'     M""'-'^    fl     ^-"^     <***{?  LJ' w I Ml      r\ i ~4 LJ       LJ X **J.  i    I \ fi v,^   !'  Mission   Cily   News  HlllTIf���������To Mr. ;ui(l' Mrs. liuchah-  iin iVIiHHion Cily, a son.  Mr. Sain Rodcllfl'o is working for  Iho Mission .Light suul Power com-  l������siny.'  Air. Sam Smith of Dewdney wan in  town on Tiiciful.iy. tie has qulto recovered from liis recent accident an.d-  still lias his ribs.  Mrs. M11 lxiiwi spunt Monday ai, Sumas visiting her daughter.  Mi, Cordon Spencer returned to  iYlssioii Cily from Vancouver on Sat-  nrdiiy evening,,  Mr. ,lolin Oivor hold.a mooting at  .Matsqui on  Monday ovoning.     Tho re  'ho  made the announcement, of. Mos-  -sr;j Browstor and Macdonald  coming  to 'Mission City, on the 12th. ,  lp-.-~.���������:.-::-..."ui'.  mtr*mn*mnmnemnmMt iw \  How About Your  arm  I  is daily  LEE,   Grocer   aind   BaHer  ������b  A YIUM' 18 OFTKN' M3MIVA)  J8 Y I TH ST A Tl 0 N I) R V.' \ VI li V  UAVK , ('111 10 AI' PIMNT.INU  WHttN WUKN YOU' <JA.V  (MT NNA'V i'lMNTINCI 'lMMS'M  ON <W0.J> I'A'fJ^It AT T'lIIR  OKTOK, ALMOST AS ClI'liAr  AM IMiAIN PAI'iJIJ. ItlilNti IN  YUill OUDVMS iro'it     ���������  Ia$,  111.  .ea<  Labels, ��������� etc.  AS THIS EM i A NT IS TIIM ONLY  Ul'-TO-DATH   PLANT    IN  T1H<; MMTHK1T OltUHKN CAN  .  UK FiLMM VniHTEIHlt    HI������.  OR SMALL, AND AT IMtHlHS  - A S U 1>) A S 0 ft A11L10 A >S IN   T11 M  CJTiliW-r^���������JUST AS (HOOD AS  ,WOJIfK TOO. IF YOU HAVE  A' LAIKSK  ii.'yhl.r, anion;:; nurMelves a,s Hri'Li'sh Coi-  iiiniu'ans,  hi' said,  but we should  bu  loyal to the- province and to each other in m;i Iters outside,    lie found that  recently   ii   the   hardest'   limes   over  experienced by tlio    province,    when  the government way trying to negotiate ii  loan, Opposition Leader Brow-  Hter had  been  in    Montreal and  iho  I'Oii'sl shouting  hliiu ruin  and   trying  to injure the credit of the jirovinco  and its people.    Me believed a patri---  otic leader should and would be loyal  to l.ho jirovinco.     Mr. Urewstor curt-  ainly   was   not  loyal   Ln  its   interests  and its people.    The Ux-mayor sjioke  at length, contrasting Ihe army and  naval policies of tho Laurier ami Hor-  den governineuf, .showing his still larger loyalty to tho Dominion when its  interests arc involved, jilaoing it far  above iiarty loyally.  l''or  this* re.'iHo'n   lie  was  forced   to'  sii|)|iorl. i.lio. presold, government and  til   iiulicy   which , was   necessary     for  , the iirogrt'sn of. I Im province.  !0������  n*'  m  'iJi'k^  IT  CAN BR 3>ONK  AT Til IS-  OFFI'OE ON SMO.RT NOTICE.  HAvfi THE.FRASEJi VALLEY KKCOJRD   .SENT  TO YOUR  FRIEXDS.    $1.00 Por Year.  rrinter and rubiisner  MISSION-CITY, B.C.  SOiVUIiDAIjhj  Coun. Clark has left for a camp at  the  head of Harrison  Lake.  Mr. and Mrs. Spraggo and family  of Vancouver were tho guests of Mr  and Mrs. W. J. Clark this week.  There is now good road to tho  station-. ���������  Mr. J Harper and Mr. ft. Conlcy  have the contract for the brdgq over  the   Law   Slough.  MOWS   l-'KOJl TJAI'l'Y  HATZIC  ations for leaving. Halzic on an extended trip to his old home in Surrey  j-jiigland.  Mrs. Foster and familly who have  been visiting at Fairvicw Farm  for  the past few clays, returned  to Van-  | couver. on   Monday.  Master Leslie Campbell is attending High School in Vancouver.  Mss Darner and Miss Laura Ketch-  cson were passengers to Vancouver,  on Wednesday morning.  Miss Bevison of the Victoria Order  ADVERTISING  FOR ������  ADVERTISING  Wc w<S1 dovoto thlo apneo  regularly to a oorloo of uefvor-  tlsomcntn to cAlmulato intcrost  In our ClasnlflocJ Want Ada. '  Wo aro pubVivHy advocatoo  arid practice our own precepts  J3 bocauso ', ������o approclato tholr  value.  This ourloa wlli bo procrnant  with portlnont polntQ of grorvoral  Interest, whothor you with to  buy or coll, to omploy or bo  employed, to bprrow or to lond,  to find a findor or an ownor, .  '. It will pay us to run thoao  advortlsernep.ts. That la tho  best proof wo have to offer that  4 it will be profitable to you to  use our Classified Want Ad.  Columns.  ^E^aasiag  HUGH,. IVICi  eneral' Blacksmith  And Horseshoer  Mr. T.  VV. Fripp  is attending the  Art Exhibition  held in Victoria this   of Nur80s> Vancouver,  is a guest at  BUTCHER  1  Park, Mutton, Keef, Veal, Pork Sausages,   Wieners  and Bal������gna always on hand. . Fish every Thursday |  I  ������>m ju. ,v,^,4^w>.;;i,-r-.if ..y..ff  :GS0l)  aa^MiMJBmjmuiimw^-iuaiiM^^  0  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  y  Strictly first-class in every respect.    The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RAT^S,  $1.50  TO   $2.00  PER   DAY  ���������MHJWHMMtHHNUMiaHnH  PROPRIETORS  ������ A.J, HENDERSON & SONS  0089 ������:  IgajQ  week.  Gunner ,luo. Wheeler of the GSth,  C. E. F., of Vancouver spent the week  end as guest of Mr. and Mrs. It. H.  Richardson.  Miss L. Draper of Vancouver is visiting friends in this district.  A meeting in the interests of Prohibition   was   held  in   the  hall  here  ���������on Tuesday evening.     Mr. Buchanan  of Haney was the speaker of the evening.  Mrs. II. Mason, Mr. Percy Mason  and Miss Mason of Vancouver motored to l-latzic on Saturday last and  spent a pleasant visit with friends  hero, returning to the coast on Tuesday.  Dr. and Mrs. McMillan and family  Mrs. K. Straiton and 'Master George  of Vancouver motored to Hatzic last  week and were ihe guests of Mr. and  Mrs.  \V. St.ratt.on for a few days.  The growers of the district expect  to be shipping prunes by car lots in a  few days. It is expected that about  ") cars will be shipped and the price  is satisfactory. The ITaUic fruit: i  Growers Association are handling the  shipments.  Driver A. W. Fisher of the GSth  C. E.' T\ of Vancouver spent Labour  Day here.  Mr. and Mrs. Darner and Miss Agnes Darner are guo;--ts at Gienora  Fruit Farm.  Mr. and Mrs. (.'. X. Vance were Hie  guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. McTaggart  over Sunday.  Mr. Wm. Cooper is makng prepar-  Glenora Fruit Farm.  IS LOVAIi TO TIIJU  PROVINCE  Tn addressing a meeting at Langley  the other day Ex-Mayor Baxter said:  he had been a life-long Liberal in pro  vincial and Dominion politics, but so  long as British Columbia Liberals  were under their present leadership  he would'have lo support the Conservative programme and candidates.  Mr. Baxter said he was first of all  a British Columbian. We might have  Carriage unri Keimir Work of  all Kinds  o  Automobile Repair Work  Satisfaction Guaranteed  Next to Alexandria Hotel  HUNTINGDON JJ. C.  LIVERY, AUTO and    ���������  FEED STABLES '  .1). KNJUiiY, Proprietor.  TEAMING and DRAY1NG  WOOD and COAL For Sale  Orders  Promptly  Filled  Auto  For  Hire.  Give us a call and you will  be used right'every time.  ! v  AKBOTStfOltl), B.  C.  I^f J ���������  re i  warmers' and Travelers  trade solicited.  Newly Furnished  Thoroughly Modern  M.   MURPHY, .PROPRILTOH  HUNTINGDON,  B   C.  l

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