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 AGASSIZ  RECORD
INDEPENDENT
A   COMMUNITY   PAPER
NON-POLITICAL
No. 12     Vol. 1
Agassiz, B.C., Wednesday, October 31, 1923
$1.50 pe yea
Hotel Agassiz
Reasonable Rates
Tobaccos (Fresh) I.Ioir's Choco ates
TAXI STAND
Mrs. C. Gillis & Sons
Phono 30-L P.O. Drawi r IIC
FRUIT TREES Harrison "ills "otes
AND
INSURANCE
OF ALL, KINDS
SEE
A. BEAUCHOUX
Phone 25F Agassiz.
BOTE BELLA VISTA
AGASSIZ, B.C-
MRS. PROBERT,   Proprietress
E. PROBERT, Manager.
Visit the Government Farm.
See Harrison Hot Springs.
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
HARRISON    MILLS    NOTES
Mn. L, Cartler is making arrangements for installing a windmill on
his premises. ,
Mrs.I Bert Mclntosn was a visitor
to  Chtlliwack  on  Monday.
Mr. Jaa. Duncan made a business
trip  to  Harrison   Lake  on  Saturday.
Messrs. VV. Waugh, H. Anderson
and D. Stewart motored to Mission
Wednesday night to attend a lodge
meeting.
Mn. G. Fran sen spent Sunday with
his  sister.   Mrs.   Pearson,   at   Barnett,
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR
Fire
Insurance
Sec
A. Boyd
Phone 7        Agassiz, li.C.
(From   our   Special   Correspondent)
Mrs, .Ins. I'ieken spent Monday In
Mission   City,
Mrs, Leslie Treihownv re turned to
Harrison MUll lost weolt ail'tcr an Illness   '•!'   three   WOOkS   In   the    Vaticou-
v..., Oonoral   Hospital,
Mr. .1. MoRao, M.P.P., of Agassiz.
was a business visitor to Harrison
last   week,
Mrs, Jos, Duncan and daughter
Tholma have returned to Harrison
after   two   weeks'   visit   in   Vancouver.
An auction of the Harvest donations was held in the Harrison Mills
ChUlch last Monday evening.. The
first part of the evening was enjoy-
ublv spent in songs and recitations,
those contributing to the programme
being Mrs. J. Wilkinson, Miss Muriel
tvmklnson, Miss Couch. Miss B. PIc-
iten. Mr. Couch. Mir. F. W. Kennedy
and  Mr.   A.   Dureau.
Tho auction itself was a financial
success, the amount realized being
?42. This can be attributed to the
hearty way in which the large crowd
respondd and to the able manner in
which the auctioneer.Mr, Wm. Hutchinson and cha'rman Mr. Couch, conducted the auction. Lat«r refreshments were  served by  the ladies.
Mr. and Mrs, 1 "ve'.ace and friend?
of Vancouver Spent tlie week-end at
Harrison Milts ai iruests of Mr. and
Mrs    Jos.   Plcken
Mr. and Mrs. i*. ft. Mcintosh, of
Harrison, have moved to Vancouver,
win': e   they   will   make  their  home.
Mi'. H, Anderson and F. W. Konndly
spent last Sunday in North Bend, attending  a   railway   meeting,
Mrs. L, Graham left for Cassldy on
Thursday morning to visit her mother,  who is very ill.
The H olden Bros, spent the weekend In Har: ison Mills as guests of
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Bert   Mcintosh.
Mr, Bill Duncan and Jos, Klrhy
motored to Vancouver, where they
spent,   tho   week-end,
Mr. and Mrs1, Mathi>,nson left on
Sundav for Calgary, where they will
spend   an   extended  holiday,
KUTircDir.T church banquet
Rev. Geo. Turpin. the pastor, occupied the chair on EVlday night when
the Methodists hold their annual ban-
dtiot       .
A largo, crowd was present to no
justice to the excel lent dinner pt*u-
vldod by 'he Ladles' Aid. Rev, (Col.)
G.  i).  Fuillls gn
on the subject of ""Nelglihoillness."
Tho speaker declared thai the essentials oT neighbor]!ncss hit : undei-
i t<autlljng\ syiulrailKW action.'!' I'riint
Ignorance is thc cause of much of
Lho trouble In the world ; a true
trite   nolghbol'  always   sees   the  best   In
his  follow man,
a programme, of music, was given
by four tainted New Westminster artists. Mlra WolilS, Miss J. Ma.whatl,
Mr. Kllllek and Mr. Alex Wallace,
assisted "I tho piano by Mrs. Mnhey
of Agairsla, The artists wore given
it.  groat  reception.
l!cv. J, Dowar brought greetings
to tho gathering from tho Presbyter-
Ian church, ami in a few remarks
pointed out the need, r°1- more education in tho art of living together as
n   community.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Inliman   was   a   week-
MIsh Glady
nd visltftf
Mr. Whlttnker, who was working
t ituhy Creek got ting out electric
•■ an eloquent address| P°los. nad th'o mlafoitune of breaking
ime nf his legs in two nlae.es "Reports
are that he Is doing as well ns could
In. Qxpontftd,
Mr, and Mrs. pick Henshaw moto"-
nl tn Viincouver Sunday, returning
middle  of   the  week,
Ml". Gwon Stow is visiting In Vancouver, her position gelng filled by
her   sister   Doiothv.
SHOEMAKER
REPAIRS of all Descriptions.
SEWN   WORK   and   LOGGER
BOOTS a specialty.
E. D. Harrington
Agassiz, B.C.
SUBSCRIBE HOW TO THE RECORD
The name—thanks to your good
Reeve and CeuncSUors—is now given
and your paper Is launched upon the
sea of success. We want every Item
of news each week, nnd you can all
assist by handing any notes to our
regula" representative, or, if out in
the country, by writing us direct.
Remember it Is; Agassiz's Record, and
to moat fully function must tetll all
the people of all that happens or Is
poins to happen. You all want the
paper, so send In your subscription
at once.
Thn St.I Anthony's Church Ladies*
Mta:i Sooietv will hold a sale of
work and home cooking on Nov. 16th
Me Geo, Ogjlvie Is visiting Vancouver on   his holidays.
Mr. Paul Bake returned from the
General Hospital, where he was laid
un   with   an   infected   knee.
Mr   J   McRae, M.P.P..  left for Victoria   where   he   will  be   for   the  next   ConffiCtionCrV,
few weeks. ' —
XIV, and Mrs. ,1. Spencer had as
their iruest Rev. M. Hollis. of Vancouver
Miss "Jack" Horwell was the weekend   guest   of  her  parents.
Mr. C. \V, Berry, who Is visiting
Vancouver for a couple of weeks, has
His position as superintendent filled
by   Mr.   Chas.   Haley   (B.S.A.)
PRESBYTERIAN    CHURCH
On Sunday, Oct. 28th, the Qenepa
Chuioh held their Thanksgiving services. The attendance both morning
and evening was very large, and the
pastor gavci two very Interesting
sermons.
At the morning service Mrs. Le
Fevre rendered a solo, while in the
evening   a   quartette   was   rendered.
Miss Evelyn Purdy was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Whelpton. We
believe she took In  the dance.
Mr. Arthur Cares, who nasi been tn
the employ of J. C. Inkman, left hero
Tuesday   morning.
Agassiz Barber Shop
Under New Management.
POPULAR PRICES.
Soft Drinks
and Tobacco
J. L. BRADLEY
Agassiz, B.C.
WaJker   1a   a   visitor
Mls9   Kvelyn
at   Agassiz.
Rev.  Geo.  Turpin visited Chllllwuck
Tuesday.
Mr.   Willie   Cameron   once   again   Is
In   tho   employ   of   C.Jnkman.
LECTURE   OH  MOROCCO.
A lecture on Morocco and curios
will l>c Slven hy Rev. Mr. Dewar In
the Presbyterian Church on Nov. 14th.
The receipts are to go towards
paying for the repairs done to the
church   a   few   yeeks   ago.
A. S. NiCHOL   -   General Hardware
How about that Heater?
Only a limited number at present prices j
Phone 16 AGASSIZ, B.C.
?MPOIt,TANT    NOTICES
Oct.   31.   Hallyowe'en   Masquerade.
\'nv,   7, pvosbvte: lun  Annual  Chick-
pti  Suppoi'
vnv. IB. St. Anthony's Sale of Work
Nov.   30.   All   Saints'   Guild   Sale   of
Work.
Mrs,   Stadey   and   daughter   Marlon
weiv   the   quests     ot     relatives     here
timing the, week-end
BALI!   OT   WORK
Tho All Saints' Guild Snle.' of Work
which has been advertised for Nov.
23rd has been changed to Nov. aoth.
"wing to a conflict of dates on the
23rd.
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FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ETC.
WE RECOMMEND OUR
Menthol Cough Balsam
60c. Bottle.
W. A. JONES
Druggist & Stationer       AGASSIZ
Phone 42
HOTEL   BELLA   VISTA,   QUESTS
Tho following registered during
tho  past  week].':
L. LaPlerre, Mrs. J, T. Mydcr,
Chilliwaok i J. Benson. Mission City ;
J, 8. Appenzeller M. Stark. A. Mould,
T. HlloH, J. TUchnJ-dson, H. .1.
Welch, M. A. McDowell, R. C. Connors, W; Duchesnny, F. M. Elklns, N.
L. McjFcti Idgoi, D. .WILlan, Wm. H.
Mundle, A. H. Bnck, Vancouver I B.
Wllherg, Kt ButtoHlcld, New Westminster; A. C James, North Bend;
R. W. Palmer, Toronto ; W, B. Nel-
son, Princeton ; W. Kelllngton Salmon Arm; W. A. Whitehead, Von-
non Clnrldge, I). Latnont, Miss K.
Hownllorn, J. Thompson, A. T. David
son, Oeo. 'Connrd, Vancouver ; W, C.
Curtis. Ml", and Mrs, 0, A. McMuslcr
Now \Y'estniln.,tcr(; .Ins.. Duncan,
Harrison Mills ; Arthur O. Wheeiler,
Banff ; II, T, Ousson, Ottawa ;. a, W,
'i'lioin,  Penticton.
Turn in at the Chestnut Tree
for
Horseshoeing and
General Blacksmithing.
in   tin-  International    RJgff    Laying
Contoet just  cloned  at   Victoria,  Geo.
P\    Henley,    of   AgOflBlJ!     WttB   BUCCOBH-
i'ut In securing fourth place In standing and receiving the B.C. Poultry
Association spoctal prize of ?r» for
pen avorngtng over 2iin standard
weight oggs per bird, alHo two mod
jMm and two diplomas Cor Bpeclal
merit,
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Specials for this Week
Tentula Tea - 60c,
Fresh Ground Coffee, 50c. lb.   2, 40c. lb.
Dutch Cocoa  20c. lb.
Fvy's Cocoa, J-^lb. tin 30c. each
81b. Rolled Oats _ 45c.
M. B. Baking Powder 25c, tin
Ring Oscar Sardines _ ,20c. tin
Cooking Figs 2lbs. for 25c.
R. C, Soao 2 cartons for 55c.
Davies Pork and Beans 10c. tin
Del Monte Prunes 5lbs. for $1.00
Laundry Starch, B.C 10c. pkt,
With olher goods only
10 LBS. SUGAR  FOR 95c.
Our Prices are Low.   Our Service is Prompt.
Yo-jr pat'onage respectfully solicited.
The Community Store
Phone 17 Agassiz
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SATVBDAY   »BOIAM,  a*OOn*Y    D1TFABTKEMT.
1   bottle   "Nabob"
lOxtruct with   2 lbs.
for  fl.su.
purchase   "Nabob"  Coffee
2 lbs.   Whlto  Cooking   Flaw   250.
"16 o».   ..Johnston's   Fluid  Beef,   11.25.
toaamottea   Macaroni.   2 pkts.   2Go
Arm   and   Hammer   brand Wash.  Soda.  2 pkls,  afic
Spanish   Onions,   fresh   stock,  2 lbs.   250.
Fine   Large   Lemons,    Trash   tn,   dozen   50c,
Bflk   Dales  from  flmyt no, '>. ibft  25u
125
■ptolala
yards   Flannelott
D«Y   OOODS   DMT
for   Saturday, Monday and Tnaiday.
plain pink or blue,  regular 30c.  yard.
Special * yds. li.oo
dents'   rlno   Cotton   Hose,   .black and   brown,  'I  pairs  for !tr'C.
Engineer's    .Striped   fiver alls,   Union   Made  "Level   Best"   brand
Regular   T2.25   pair,   -13 pairs   to   clear $1,80   pair
MEN'S
priced
WORK   CI.OVHS. a  fine   new   stock  just  arrived,   and
o   that   you   eim afford   to   protect  your  hands
Hail   Orders  promptly   attended   to,   and   satisfaction   guaranteed, or money back.
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A. Horwell
Agassiz, B.C.
PHONE 46 BOX 93
Week-end Specials-Friday and Saturday
56 tins only Wallace's Fresh Herring, regular 2 for 25c Special 4 for 25c
89 tins only Del Honte Pork and Beans, small, regular 10c Special 4 for 25c
15 only Liquid Veneer Mop Polish, regular 25c _ _ Special 2 for 35e
13    " " " " "      50c Special 2 for 75c     :
12 only Clark's Tomato Ketchup, regular 25c _ Special 2 for 35c
E. J. WEBB. Agassiz
Z~+*+*********+&+**++*+*+++***+++*++ 0iM**+0***M*0S*0+0***1$y*tMs9t*$y^ **+*+****+**+p++f>f.e.r++f]tttffrftfjj4j \ NOTES   BY  THE   WAY »
The  dredger   la   hard   at   work   Ink-,
Ing gravel  oui  of  Hi*--  Wllooel,    It   Is
quite   en   Interesting;   operation.     Bui j
tin,  gravel   would   look   bottor  on   tho
roads   tlian   i«   a   grenl   big   pile   en
tho   liver   bank.
Ths opposition paper commenting
o.i tho coming municipal election,
says "Pick 'em mil" True, bin tho
procedure  Is  io0 mild.
Again, If, Ihoro I no money i" l>ul
the   roads "in   b1""1   shape,   how   does
01 i'   our   councillors   propose   rats-
„B inouoj tor mi uo-to-dato water
system ■•   What   an   Irony.
Wood's    Qorago     im*     Installed   :'
BUFFALO HUNT AT WAINWRIGHT
batu ry-
chars
Ing
lUtflt
also   lie
hits
purchase,
an
ncel
iene
welding
out-
fit.    Sue,
ly    ll
■   Is
prom
osslve.
Also I note our new candy store
opposite the new schools lias a very
tumbling array to entlco Hie pupils,
Tho place Is tho verv essence of
comfdrl   and   tidiness,
Strt i>a>'i:'i.ii, Vancouver"-, was >i
visitor last week to his home on tho
Trunk   mad.
I asked tho mall carrier \a»t wook
how much money was shipped away
to Raton's and Simpson's, Ho politely Informed mo just about 85 per
rent goes east, the remainder to
Vancouver i and little or nothing to
Jocai  trade.
What    Is   the   matter   when   people
will    send    their   rash    to    the    Q&St    to
tradal 7   Ma   our   local   merchants   to
hlamo   Cor   such   condition** ?
Wo must certainly extend our best
wishes to our Reeve. He ce: tainly
did things very quietly. By the way
il hear therd ,is another Counclllo'r
booked for the altar. He also Is
keeping   things   pretty   quiet
Hon. T, H. Pattullo, minister of
lands, states emphatically that ther*
i.s no preventable loss In British Columbia through the export of unmanufactured timber. The m!ln:ster af-
finrit that only a very small percent
ago of the annual cut Is exported in
an unmanufactured state, and the
timber thus exported is of minor
quality and has no market otherwise.
Tho government is committed to h
policy of retaining every possible
dollar from the Industry in this province,   be   states.
' When They Have Gone"
Tho   past   comes   up—childhood    |
days—happy   hours   by   the   fireside—their     hopes     and    joys—
and  trials,   too.
You can keep the memory of
their names . forever fresh by
giving some little part of tbe
blessings you now enjoy towards n permanent memorial
In   everlasting   stone.
B.CMonamental Works Ld
Successors   to   Fa.terson,   Oband
In   *   Stephen,   Limited
HEAD  OFFICE
SEVENTH   AYE.    &    MAIN   ST.
Vancouver, B.C.
Write   today     for    Cataloguo   of
designs.     Established   1876
MISS McCAMUS
GradiHlP Teacherriano and Theory
Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory   anil
eniy Exams.
WARNERS
Mail Order
House
Parties with Rural Mail
boxes may Mail their
Grocery Orders to C. L.
Warner's and receive
their groceries early the
following day. Make use
of ryour mail deliveiy.
We will pay postage and
stationery.
C. L. WARNER
Dcwdney Trunk Road
PHONE 14
I A   BEAUTirOL   PICTURE
, It Is announced by the Family Herald and Weekly Star of Montreal that
each* subserlber, new   and   renewal, who
I nets   quickly,   may   Obtain   a   beautiful
I picture, of a wonderful woman whose
I Ufa Blory reveals chapter after chap-
j tor of amazing heroism, oxtraordlnary
i 'ortltudo nnd almost mlraoulous nc-
i ovomonts. Tho story of "The Won-
j :.o I'm Heroine" can also be obtained
| cost   tree  by   sending n   post  card  to
:!,,.   Family   HaroAd   niul   Woekly   Star
of Montreal.
thai
111
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gonoral sloollou
uai'v ar,. deolnrcd
Premier "liver ti. !-e more fnbrl-
llons or I'l'iiile Imaginations. Tlie
ve ni -e.it bas two more years to
before an olcctlon Is nocossary
,1 Hi,. Promlcr's Intcriirotatlon of
bile opinion in linn Ihe olootors
,. nulto  satisfied  as  thoy  are.
villi: LAUNDRY— Remember the
lasottoo" in Hie local agency ""•
i.vni    Laundry,    Wostmlnstor,    Par-
lof|   ill    the   nfilcc     are     shipped
down Monday evening and returned
in,, following Monday, The work Is
flrsl olass, and tho oosl is ,,nlv no.
ur I Do. more (for oxpriss chnreosi
than wlml Wosimlnstor poonlr would
pay.
Bragdon'B Lunch Room
For Light Lunches. Ice Ciuiiin.
Soft Drinks, Tobaccos, Bunilmi, Confectionary. We have a fountain. Just
two blooks from the Station, corner
Clark and Douglas,  Tort Moody.
WANT ADS.
Advertisements In this column must be
prepaid.
Alter becoming1 an almost forgotten memory, even to the oldest
plainsmen in the west, buffalo
steaks, tongues, and pemmican
will again grace the menus of
many of the leading hotels of the
continent, as well as of railway
dining cars.
The buffalo, one-time monarch of
the plains, is again about to figure
as an article of food. At Wain-
wright, Alberta, on the main line
of the Canadian National Railways, the Canadian Government
herd has increased to such an extent that it has been found necessary to slaughter 2,000 of the animals this fall. There are now 8,-
u'M buffaloes in the herd, which was
started sixteen years ago by the
purchase of 710 buffalo from
Michael Pablo, a Mexican half-
breed rancher of Montana. As this
number i.s too great for the Government to maintain, and also as
the comparative increase of the
sexes of the animals makes it necessary that many of the bulls be
l;illed off, contracts have been let
for the slaughtering nnd dressing
of the animals.
Tho moat, hides and heads are to
be   placed   on  sale  and   enquiries
which have already been received
indicate that all of the products of
the herd will find a ready market
at prices which will go a long way
toward paying for the upkeep of
the herd.
The hunt this fall, which takes
place on November 1st, will in
some ways be reminiscent of the
old days when the Indian hunted
the lordly buffalo all over the
northwestern plains. Cowboys and
Indians will herd the animals down
toward their winter pasture and
there will cut out of the main herd
those animals which it has been
decided to slaughter. Then they
will be driven toward the place designed for the dressing of the carcases and there they .will be
despatched by expert marksmen
with rifles. While the Indians will
take part in the roundup, their
bows and arrows will, in this case
give way before the modern rifle,
as it is important from the standpoint of the quality of tbe meat
that tho animals be despatched
\v:th the first shot.
Movie men will film the "hunt"
in connection with the preparation
of a picture which is later to be
released   throughout   the   world.
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Haney Hotel |
The North Fraser HOME of  the  Tourist, X
Traveller, or  Sportsman. J>
Rooms all very comfortable — Ladies'Parlor— <$>>
■£,              Smoking Room—Attractive Dining Room <i>
X                   First Class Meals—All White Help. X
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4   MRS. JOHNSON, Prop.     -     PORT HANEY <f
Canadian  Acad-
The Pleasure of Travel
is fully realized on the lines of the
Canadian Pacific Railway
THE WORLD'S GREATEST HIGHWAY
Twenty-four hours in the beautiful
Canadian Pacific Rockies
Through transcontinental trains daily.   Electric lighted
sleepers and compartment observation cars.
VARIOUS ROUTES LIBERAL STOP-OVERS
For full particulars and reservations, apply to any
Canadian Pacific Agent or General Passenger Department
Vancouver, B.C.
National
Mail Order House
Ladies', Children's
and Men'   Clothing
From Factory to you.
A   post   card   will   bring    our    agent
with   samples   and   catalogue   to  your
house.       Tills     pots     you   under   no
obligation.
H. OKESON,  HAMMOND
"Your  money's  worth  or  your  money
back."
Caah paid for OM Gold,      Bey. 663G V
. .Diamonds, Watchea
ARTHUR WOOD
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELSH
985  Granville Streea,
Opposite Provincial Polillo »tarket,
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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[Starts on Oct. 1st, so get
your Shot Gun
AT
FflED CARTER'S
PRICES RIGHT      )
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KEYS   LOST
Lost    last   week.   Split    lllllg   holding
Ford cirr key, tool box key (long)
and - or :i others. Ring Inscribed
"■'■ It- Brooks, Keystone, Sasli."
Please roport to t'oun. Brooks or to
Ollzolto   office,
FOR    GALE
one   '"mi   Ford    Truck     with     ne
spare   tiro   ami   elm.     Cash   or   terms
This   In   a   good   buy.
Map:0   ttldgo   Frultgrowors'   Ass
ron  sai,w
Slx-hol0   Fawcoti    flange nploto
with   water   front,      Omul   condition
(86.00. Apply
S.  0,  iiKN-ci:.
Phono   i:i-K,   Haney.
FODDER   CORN   TOR   SALE
Per  load  In  thd  field,  (8.00,      Per
load   delivered,   J inn
Phone -i M a, laity
FOR    SALE
Purobroil   Guernsey   Dull   Calf.
Apply        W,    F,    U15DD1SC1.1FF
l'11"""  »1-S1 Hammond.
FOB
SALE '           ,
a Jon
If ii
oy-Ayrshh
0   COW,    \illii    heifer
Apply
BOS   131,   HAN'UV.
POTATOES    FOR    SALE
ISxoollon niiiy Wostmlnstor
Mnrltoi   Prices.    Dellvorod    in    Hammond,
.1.   IS.   STEWART,
Phono 37. V Hammond.
HANEY   L.O.L.   No.   2816
Tho regular meeting or above lodge
Is belli lii the Oddfellows ball, Haney.
firs   Tuesday In each month at 8 p.„,
Visitors   cordially   invited.
W.M.,  J.  c.  Slosher,  'Phone 51X.
Heo.-Seo'y,   J.   M.   Cameron.
L. o. a. A.
The regular meetings of Hammond
L.O.B.A. No. 165 are held In the Fos-
sett Hall, the second Tuesday of each
month at 7:10 p.m.
W.M.,  Mrs.  St.  Macey,  'Phone 25R.
Roc.-Sec'y,  Mrs.  E.  K.   Tolmie.
HAMMOND   L.O.L.
The   regular  meetings   of  Hammond
L. O. L. No. 1866, are hold In the Fos-
set-t hall  at 8 o'clock p.m.  on  Second
Saturday and 4th Friday, each month.
Visitors  cordiully   Invited.
J. H.  Ritchie,  W.M.
Wesley   O.   Brooks,   U.S.
"The   living   voice   nffocts   men
mora   than   what   they   read."—
Pliny, the Younger.
Your   voii onduots    your
business, Directions that you
give personally are quickly
and acuratoly executed, be*
eauso your asssoclates cannon full lo understand, Each
Inflect Ion   has  a   meaning  for
tlielll. 7,z
Remember tho telephone
When you would confer with
tlioso Interested with you In
business. Do not trust tho
cold written word—sond your
voice, yourself by long distance   telephone-
British ColumbiaTelephone Co
SILTER   CREEK L.O.B.A.    378
Meets   I,,   Orange   hall,   Hope,   1st  and
3rd   Mondays.
Visiting   luothers and    sisters   welcomed.
Mrs. T.  L,  Robinson Mrs. ,T. O. Irving
WM- Sec.-Treas.
HArLS   RIDOE
LOHr,3   No.  32
I. O. O. P.
Meets every Wednesday ovenlng at
i o'clock |„ the Odd Fellows' Hall
Ontario Street. Port Haney. Visiting
brethren   cordially   Invited   to    attend.
N.G.,   Bro,   J.   c.   Mosher.
V.G.,   Bro.   J.   unit.
Roe.   Secy.,   Bro.   P.   H.   Burnett.
HARDH BARBER SHOP
Hardy's in the place for
good barbering. Latest
methods. Whether you
want a haircut, or if
nothing drop in anyway.
Courteous Treatment
Tourirt Hotel - Port Moody
ill Buy Dry Cascara Bark
At Bean Factory Wharf. Highest cash
prlea paid,
II.   NHINOHARA,
BOX  II,   HANUT,   B.C
Phona 11L
J. CUTLER
BUTCHER
Prime Steer Beet.
Veal Pork  Mutton
d       o    Sausages.
Port Hammond j ELECTRIC LIGHTS POWER
WIRING.
Farm Lighting Plants.
Write  for  quotations.
The Jarvis Electric Co. Ltd.
570 Richards Street,
VANCOUVER   -    B. C.
Educational
Board Busy
TRUSTEE   MAXWELL   LAUDS   CONVENTION   —   INSPECTOR   HIGHLY
COMMENDS   TEACHERS
At   lllo   monthly    meeting   of   Maple
Everybody seeks reliable service; That is why much custom
comes to:-
GEO. iHASTIE
FOR THEIR
Blacks niitHiing
COR. TRUNK AN) YENNADON ROAD
RldBO   Scliool    ll'iil.:,!   Saturday,
Sellings    leiioiieil    throe   npplic
to,-   Hie   posi   of   lllali   Sell.ml
sowing   Icaeber.     Ol   these,   Mrs.
ill.-,   an   ox-oerttJMcated,   toaohotv
itloi
U-ll'Ill'
Wld-
was
Wood Cutting
Apply   tft   R.   T.   STREET,
■plioue   20 r, KAMKOND
Dyed Here!
ROYAL CITi DYERS
WU    tmake    your   shabby   old
suit  na   good  as  new.
Enttro   Satisfaction.
Write,   call,    or    send    by    Post
or   Blue   Funnel.
535 Clarkson St.,    Phone 278
NEW WESTMINSTER
GEO. W. BIGGS
BARBER
Polly   experienced.      Patrons    always
satisfied.     Call   In.
OSTARIO   STREET
HANEY
Wood's Garage
Dewdney Trunk Road,
PORT   HANEY
Phone 36 R Night or Day
Ford and Chevrolet]Specialists
See  us   about -your  Electrical
Troubles.
Repa!r3  to  Batteries,   Starters
and Generators.
See Widdess the Jeweler
Why not get your Watch Repaired at home ?    The best of work
guaranteed.   Call in.
Malclietl Building    -   •     Port H«ney
Hacdonald, Laird & Genge,
LAW OFFICE,
HANEY B.C.
Phone 43S
J. EATON
Painting,     Kalsoming
and Paperhanging.
Wall Paper,   Paint,   Varnish,
Oils, Shellac, Enamel and ,
Coal Tar FOR SALE.
Estimates Given
All through Maple Ridge
Municipality.
Ontario Street,                Haney
Phone 33	
Ice Cream Parlor!
We beg to announce that we
are, on Saturday, opening an Ice
Cream Parlor in the c:zy front
room.
SOFT DRINKS,
CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
AND CHOCOLATES
Prompt and courteous attention,
Mrs. E. J. Johnson, Prop.
Haney.Hotel
Iiri'IV 'pud,    iiml    She    was    engaged    al
Sir. ft month A discussion arose as
to whothar Lho  Education  Department
Bravo    any    giant    towards    tho    salary,
it   being  understood   they   contributed
hull'  the    coat    of    * Ipment.    The
Soorotury was Instructor to aBCortaln
thu Pspai UnonL's position as to salary aiiti in rind out what equipment
was  nnoeasary,
Tnisi,,,,  Maxwell  gave a  bucoIiici   report   of  tho   proceedings  at   the   oon-
vonlion  Di'   the   B.C,   School   Trustees
hold  at   Duncan   this  year,
Sbo  aonl'l   Willi   thai   formuiaiotl   by
the Maple ttlilga Hoard,  iiiai ugrt-
.iniiuiul IhkIiuciinn be Included 'a the
nurrftmla DI high schools ami elementary schools, ll was found uco-
nBHavy to rocasi u In form bui tho
substance WttS tho same, and It was
adopted. Tho other for payment °r
*iuo annually to School Trustees, was
rejected, a rejootlon wbloh mdt with
iiii.' approval of Trustee Martyn, who
declared himself against salaries Cor
School Trustors. U was explained to
Mr, Martin thai the Indemnity was
Intended, to cover the expenses of
Trustees, This it was elicited cuuiid
be done by charging all actual outlays Incurred In attending meetings,
visiting schools, or other school business, at present, without recourse to
Indemnity  payments,
Mrs, Maxwell also referred to the
oroposal to insist upon departmental
examinations before pupils were pio-
moted, and eradicate the system of
passes by recommendation, which) was
turned down. The proposed; survey
of education in B.C. by experts formed an address by Dr. Nicholson, but
was negatived on the ground, thirt it
was piematnre and too expensive. Religious instruction In schools was debated, but the argument that It Alight
cause friction was too strong to combat by those favorable, and it was
not carried. Biblical study could be
followed by introducing the Bible as
literature With the sanction of the
department.
Mrs., Maxwell alluded with appreciation to tlie speeches anj said she
had never attended a more intelligent
gathering. Oilier matters were dealt
with In the same lucid concise way,
and at the close Mr, Martyn approved the report as a voi y good one,
and   moved   Us   acceptance.—Carried.
Miss M. E. Trembath, principal of
Maple Ridge school, wrote intimating
, the purchase of reference books for
the use of the school at a cost of
$57.50, which the pupils and teachers
Intended to defnay themselves. At
tho same time she desired to know
whether the Department granted any
money in aid of sucii things. $17.50
had  been  paid on  tbe  books  already.
A letter from the Department, read,
explained that SUCh a grant up to $.'0
annually for the whole School District was available.
The Secretary stated that Hammond had already received. $21 of
that sum, and they had. ?-!) to draw
upon.
Trustee Cunllffe mentioned that
Webster's Corners had a school library in view, and would look them up
next  year for something,
Chairman Davison: The giant can
t'n passed along,
A communication was read from
lhe Frasor Valley Teachers' Institute
which was wont to meet In Mission
City annually. This year tlie Convention would be held In Chllllwack,
when Scliool Inspectors and Normal
School Instructors will be present and
hav0 promised addresses. Tbe Institute had nothing to do with the
Teachers'    Federation.
tt watt resolved to notify tho teach-
ars who desired tu attend tho convention that they could uloun their
scIiooIh that day.
A letter from the Education Department was rend, replying to one
from tho School Board I" regard to
suggested transportation of school
pupils from Albion to Haney, and tho
prospect of a grant In aid from lho
government. The Department asked
questions as to coat, whuthor it was
intended for both Journeys, etc„ without  committing  Ituclt,
Tho Chairman deprecated transportation for High School pupils but
favored it in circumstances for elementary schools. ,
The general feeling, however, was
that as tha question bad not originated with the parents of pupils, It
hhd   better   bc   loft   alone.
Trustee Martyn pointed out that
they hud a cheap railway rate from
Albion, and the trains were favorable   for   ono   Journey,
Accordingly the subject dropped.
Miss IS ay lor, teacher at Maple
Uldge was reported 111 and estimated
to be absent from duty about six
weeks. (Miss Owen, Albion, was substituting  for  her.
CANADIAN NATIONAL OPENS ONE OF WORLD'S
LARGEST RAILWAY YARDS FOR GRAIN
Some idea of the extent of the Neebing Terminal opened at Fort William this fall by the Canadian
National Railways is given by the above pictures, showing part of the 43 miles trackage with capacity for
2,000 cars. This new terminal is doing much to minimize the possibility of grain car congestion on Canadian National lines at the head of the lakes; expedite delivery of grain to elevators for shipment down the
lakes arid also the movement of other "loads" and "empties" both east and west and thuB further improve
the transportation service provided.   Views shown are as follows:
1,—Classification yard looking eastward from lhe "hump."
2.—Twenty-four stall round-house with electrically operated turntable in the foreground.
3 „view from center of the classification yard, showing car coming from "hump." $
4.—Eight and one-half million bushel elevator at  Port Arthur, owned by Canadian National Railways, the picture showing grain going into elevator from cars at one end and being loaded on
<*» boat at the other.
5.—The "hump," where the force of gravity is the only power used in placing cars in the classification
tracks assigned to them, Two cars have just been released and are shown on their way to
classification yard.
School Inspector H. H. Mackenzie
was present and amplified his reports
upon tlie elementary schools, with
explanations. Tho Trustees were
gratified to learn that the Municipality was to be congratulated upon
nn excellent staff generally. The
few criticisms levelled were chiefly
due to Inexpeiionce of the Junior
teachers, mid the minor defects indicated were being rapidly ollml tinted after they had been pointed nut.
Several of tho teachers wore tho subject ophiglv praise, and, Indead, almost  rehonstratcl  with   for overwork.
The school buildings wo:e alfo
dealt with. Mr, Mackenzie alluded to
tho new schools at Haney and observed ihe 'iVunleoH deserved gVoat
credit for tbe elmnentnry school,
wheheupon tho Tl'Uflt60s metaphorically shook hands with themselves
and suppressed the warbling of "We
are Jolly good fellows" with apparent   difficulty.
PROVINCIAL PARTY OF B.C.
PUBLIC MEETING
Will be held in
HAMMOND THEATRE, PORT HAMMOND,
Saturday, November 3rd, at 8 p.m.
MR. B. G. STEWART
AND OTHERS will discuss the platform and objects of the
PROVINCIAL PARTY.
LADIES SPECIALLY INVITED.
Blue Funnel Motor Line Ltd
PORT HANEY STAGE
JR. H. STEPHENS, Manager.
TIME    TABLE
Leave Webster's Corners 7,50 a.iri. Leave Yianaaon 8.10^a.m
Leave Haney Daily 8.30 a.m, 1.00 p.m., and 4.00 p.m.
Leaves Haney Saturday and Sunday 8.30 a.m.,   2.00 p.m., 6.30 p.m.
Leave Westminster Daily 10.30 am., 2.00 p.m., and 5.30 p.m.
Leaves Westminster Saturday and Sunday 10.30 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 4.30 p.m., and 9.00 p.m.
Passing   Through. Hammond  and Pitt  Meadows.
Phone 36X
Westmi lister 60 Agassiz Record
Printed by  The Valley  Publishing Co.,
Hammond, B. C.
J. JUN1UR DOUO.AN, Editor.
EDWARD HAQDLL, Manager.
Subscription! fl.50 per annum
Advertising Kates :
Display Advt.  (transltnt) inch 3flc.
Display Advt.   (contract) inch 2(ic.
Headers,  pur line 10e.
Legal Advertising, 12a, line first Insertion,  8c.  ruihs.-pn.'iit   Insertions.
W*nt and For wile advts., 60c, fiiwt Insertion, 2[ic. nulmei|uent  Insertions.
V\ KI'NKSh.W,   OCT,    81,    IDB8
AGASSIZ:    WORLD-FAMED    HEALTH
RESORT
Agassis to nave n oontlnontnl
Itejtlili and pleasure resort—Many of
the best altisna will reiterate just to
have opportunity to utter tho tren-
oh ant remark that "all dreamers are
not  yeL dead."
Siti'li citizens, too. might dream if
Unit   would gi\\. them n  kaleidoscopic
VlsHon. History Is not without its
parallel*, Indeed, they are universal.
Let us select a few, (I) When the
inventor steered his little first steam
boat up the Hudson there waa reason—at that time—for Incredulity",
and hence for footling that it was
the "\Pe*cl going up the river In a
saw   mill,"
(2) Wm, Booth had visions nf a
world-wide religious triumph, yet for
two weeks In Wile End, a forsaken
suburh of London, he saw no results
unlil a woman of the streets yielded
and the work began, and—today—
both visions are realized, and so
great Is tho triumph that thousands
of boats ply] the five seas and a million votaries of a great sect are seen
and   heard   everywhere.
Agassiz Is destined to find equally
marked triumph. We Invite the serious thought of every reader. In an
earlier) article we named the three
great American hot springs (the
Yellowstone In the southern republic,
and In Canada Banff and Halcyon—
the ono far, far away nnd for long
months In tbe grip of ice and snow
and tfie other so well out of the
way as never to attain to more than
mention   of   mere   existence).
We have shown that Agassiz's
mineral waters contain all the essentials to modern Health Resorts, and,
not only the Ingredients, but In the
right   proportion.
In tbe matter of location Nature
has. without a doubt, given us the
first nnd best place in merit. By
boat, by two railway systems, by
auto, and by airplane, our Hoi
•Springs can be reached with the utmost ease. Yes( more, when We have
done our part to make them popular,
unnumbered thousands will yearly
visit. Those In health, to enjoy the
trip, the drives and the scenery, and
those ailing to find their health restored. All will Ok satisfied, whether they hail from Mexico. P.K.I.. Florida, or oven trans-Atlantic, and their
stay will be at will. None can seriously doubt the possibilities. But we
desire to have all he!levers In and
abettors   to   actual   accomplishment,
The task Is half done and the ac-
r.omtilishment very near svhen. our
citizens declare their faith by their
activity,
One very large and costly hotel
and sanltariumi with many lesser
ones, is tlie necdk nor will It be mere
housing, no matter how elaborate,,
for the convalescent as well as the
tourist wants botanical gardens, amphitheatre, drives, mountain iroutes,
courts, and all .tho paraphernalia
andj regalia and equipment, to a
fight-down-to-ilnte (system of hotel
and 'pleasure accommodation. Vast
clearing lM essential and levelling of
ground.
Interest ourselves then the Interest of the business man cr capitalist be he local on foreign, will be
bad.
The Record is as truly Indicating
the near future as wan Hy. Clay
when he put his ear to tlie
ground and aa'd be was listening to
the tramp of the coming millions of
America, Wo propose to speak anon.
Let us arlso and build, our 'slogan
being "AGASSIZ FOR THE GREAT
AMERICAN HEALTH AND PLEASURE  RESORT."
PROGRAMME
l.nWan   MAINLAND   W.I.   DISTRICT
CONFERENCE,    VANCOUVER,
NOVEMBER    6—8.
Heading Notice, for Entertainments
etij, whan an adm^aalon charge i>
made or collection laken. nr,. classed
uk iidvcntl.KcmontH and charged 10c.
per  line.   	
ENHANCE THE SERVICE
"J'l'o lug bout Point Klllcc has been
purchased by tin, sovernmoin for the
purpose or towing barges from Vancouver to Sciuumlsli in connection
with the 1'a.clClc Grout Eastern service, Since the loss or the Clinton
a year ago tugs have been chartered,
The recent purchase was nt a low
figure anil is expected to result In a
big saving.
MRS. WESTELL
(Magdeburg Conservatory)
Teacher of Pianoforte
Tuesday,  6th,  2 p.m.
"Uort  Have   the   King."
Appointment <»r Resolutions committee.
Welcome, Mrs. O. 0, l>, Held, Central   Parlt   \\".r,.
ChnlUiman's Address, Mrs. K u.
Faddon.
Report or Dlstrlot Board or Dlrec-
tors,   Mrs.   Barber,   president.
Annual Report of W.I.'s, Mrs. V.
H.   McLnchllun,   Secretary.
it,■port on publicity. Mils. McKur-
Innc.   Haney   W.l
Report on Industries, .Mrs. Moore.
Point Qrey W.l.
Discussion led by Mrs. Jonklns.
Agassis   W.I,
Report on Home Kcononilcs, Muts-
tiul   W.I,
Discussion led by Port Coqultlam
W, I.
Report   on   W,   I.   Work   and   Method.
Mrs.   Soott-Wnilkert   Barnston   Is. W.l
Discussion led by Mrs. I, Douglas
Fearn,   Mt.   Lenta n   W.I.
Paper. "History or Women's Institute^" Mrs. Ti TucJter, Huzelnu'ro
W.   I.
Tuesday,  8th,  8  p.m.
Address of Welcome, Mayor Tlsdall
and Mr. J. A. Cunningham, Pres. of
B.C.   Manufacturers,
Addres. Hon. B, D. Barrow, Minister   of   Agtloulture.
Wednesday,  9th, 9.30 p.m.
Three Minute Reports from Instl
tutes.
Report on Public Health and Child
Welfare. Mrs. Khk, Strawberry Hill
W,   I.
Discussion, Mrs. Cooper, S. Vian
couver  W.I.
Address "T.B. Problems'," Dr. Lamb
or Dr.  Purvis.
Report on education and Better
Schools,   Mrs,   Frlpp,   Hatzlc   W.I.
Dlscuscstoa, Mrs. Green. Langlty
Prairie  W.I.
R<IPor0 on Agi.rlclalturei. Mrs. E.
Morrison,   Langley   Fort   W.I.
Discussion, Mrs. Crofts, Surrey
W.i.
Wednesday, 7th, a p.m.
Visit the Frnser Valley Milk Producers' plant where Mr, Parke, thi
managcrj will give a talk on "Cooperative  Buying  and  Selling."
Then to the alrls' Industrial Home
by   invitation   of  Miss  Bayne.
Wednesday, 7th, 8 p.m.
Report of Immigration Committee.
. Discussion, Mrs.; Woods, S. Vancouver  W.I.
Address, Mrs. Paul Smith, Vancouver   W.I.
Report of Legislative Committee,
Mrs.   Solloway,   Mission   W.I.
Discussion. Miss, A. Robertson,
A total Its   W.I,
Address;   Mrs.   Spofford,   Victoria.
Thursday,   8th,   9:30   a.m.
Three Minute Reports from Institutes.
Resolutions.
Appointment, of Standing Committees.
Unfinished   Business.
Sho:t   Memorial   Service.
Thursday, 8th, a P.m.
Unfinished    Business.
Election of District Board of Directors   and   Advisory   Board   Member.
Resolutions Committee Report and
place  of  next  Conference.
Thursday, 8th, 8 p.m.
Report of Crippled Children's Fund
Mrs.   H.   L.   Bayley.
Lantern Slldo Lecture on Work Accomplished   to   date
8 p.m.
Round Table Conference on Co-operative Marketing: Associated Grow
ers of B.C., Wholesale Merchants of
Vancouver, B.C, Products Bureau,
Country  Women,  City  Women.
H
ere an
dTh
ere
THB   OOKMra    W.I,    CONTEBENCB
In another column we give a brief
of tho agenda, for the ensuing Institute Convention. This getting together upon iivo questions of the
hour to Valley people cannot fall to
prove a miletone of advanoo to clil-
sens   generally.
We would mention two outstanding matters, I.e., lho efrort to bring
the produces and buyer together and
making provision for cure nf crippled
children, with every citizen wo can
Wish tho Indies a wide measure of
success.     Their   work   is   altruistic.
Agassiz, B.C.
Phone 18-R
TO   PUT   THREE     CENT     TAX     ON
GASOLINE
A tax of three cents per gallon on
gnsoHno will be considered by the
government this session ns a means
or producing sufficient revenue to
eur0 for the Increasing costs of high
ways and at the suine tiino to decrease motor licenses. Hon. Dr. .Sutherland, minister of public works
points out tl,„t the agricultural industry would be exempt so fur as
ensollno tractors and similar macbin-
«ry 'is concerned'. The minister Is
preparing a complete programme of
roads for next year, H„ Is arrnng
Ing to spend the mujor portion or
road allowances on settlers' roads.
| which will go far towards ensuring
general development In British Col-
umbin.
A grant of $2.r),700 to the Salvation Army to aid Canadian emigration work in Great Britain has been
authorized by t Canadian Order in
Council.
According to information received
by the Canadian Pacific Railway at
Winnipeg, Bixty-three bushels of
wheat to the acre has heen harvested
on the farm of T. M. liallantj'ne,
three miles north of Lacombe, Alberta. The wheat graded No. 1
and weighed 01 pounds to the bushel.
Weighing 3,170 pounds, a steer,
said to be the largest ever received
in Winnipeg, arrived at the union
stockyards from Wainwright, Alberta. It was sold for $250, the
'highest selling price of any steer
in Winnipeg since the war.
The Canadian Pacific S.S. "Uru-
ton," which arrived in Liverpool on
September 5lh, put up what is con-
stderod to be a record in tlie speedy
discharge of cargo When she sailed
the following day, Sept. 6th, at 7
p.m., having discharged >vet 2,00J
tons of enrge
Tt is announced thr.t the Canadian
Pacific Railway will increase the
size of Its Irrigation headgates at
Kimball, in southern Al-berta, by 50
per cent in anticipation of an in-
croase in area of 10,001) acres in tho
l.e'.l. bridge district. Water will ha
turned into the ditches of the Lcth-
b'-ulge Northern project, it is expected, some  time this fall.
Buffalo steak will be abundant in
Canada this fall. A hsrd of 2,000
surplus Buffalo wandering on the
range in the National Park at
Wainwright will be slaughtered by
an Order-in-Council, and the meat
and skins sold. For several years
the Government has paid special attention to the preservation of the
buffalo and the work has b-ren so
successful that the National Parks
are now overstocked.
        )
At a dinner given in his honor by
the Vancouver Board of Trade, E.
W. Beatty, President of the Canadian Pacific Railway, announced
that the Company proposed immediately to add two large modern
steamers to its coast fleet in order
to take care of its increasing tourist traffic over the Company's Pacific Coastal lines. He also announced the early completion of a
new pier at Vancouver at a cost of
several millions.
The SEDAN Taxi Service
Phone
DAY
OR
NIGHT
11-L
WE NEVER SLEEP.
Our Sedans continually at your call.
CHAS. INKMAN
Taxi and Transportation  Bureau
AGASSIZ, B.C.
There have been large increases
in the number of pure bred animals
in Canada during the decade between
the last two censuses. The increase
in the number of pure bred horses
between 1911 and 1021 was 44 per
cent; of cattle, 130 per cent; of
sheep, 75 per cent, and of swine,
nearly 44 per cent. The number of
pure bred horses in the Dominion
in 1021 was 47,782; cattle, 296.GJ6;
sheep, 93,643, and of swine, 81,143.
A conservative estimate of tho
amount of money spent in Quebec
by tourists reaches $2,358,750. From
the beginning of May until the first
of September, 15,000 motor tourists
had called for information at the
offices of the Quebec Auto Club.
Taking an average of four people
to each car, this meant that at least
60,000 people had come to the city
by automobiles. Of this number
there were approximately 3,000
camping parties, or 12,000 people.
At the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, recently, Colonel J. S. Dennis,
Chief Commissioner of Colonization
of the Canadian Pacific Railway,
outlined in a detailed speech existing conditions in Canada and prospects for the future. He emphatically stated that there was no cause
for discouragement, but, on the contrary, every prospect of a renewal
of rapid development, including an
increase in our population and the
development of our latent natural
resources in such a way as to insure, in the comparatively near
future, that we should be out of
the woods, and progressing rapidly
to a large population and favorable
business and financial condition*.
PKABJEB    EX-DEPUTY    KUTXSTUB
Hon. Dr. Mael.ean. minister of
railways, puys tribute to the "work
done hy Mr. Buckworth, former gen,
mgr. 1'. Q. & K. and credits him with
bovine. Increased the efficiency of
tho line and decreased operating
costs. ,
PREMIER    COMMENDED
I'-remler Oliver has been compli-
monted' for his freight rates fight by
.1. .1. Muhnrg, of Moose Jaw, one of
the polilleul and grain, leaders of the
western province. Mr. Mahurg In his
message said that B.C. as a result
of Premier Oliver's fight, hud received a little, but nothing like what
it   ought   to   have   received.
GOVERNMENT   TO    CONSIDER
GAME   AOT
Among other Important matters
which the government will consider
at the present session of the Legislature are amendments to the (lame
Conservation Act. An effort will be
made to work out a solution for the
better protection of fur-benrlng animals, which are being depleted rapidly.
Masquerade Hallowe'en Dance
Under auspices All Saints' Guild
Agricultural Hall, Wednesday, October 31st.
3 PIECE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of Mrs. Hensliaw.
PRIZES FOR COSTUMES
ADULTS 75c. CHILDREN 85c.
AN  ANNOUNCEMENT
Presbyterian Annual Supper & Concert
November 7th.
Supper 50c.      Concert 50c.      Supper and Concert 75c.
Good; Music and a Good Elocutionist from Vancouver
MISS MURIEL UPSEY
Let us install your Christmas
Gramaphone "Classic Victrola"
$1.00 dov.n.   $1.00 a week.
This is limited to a certain number.
Prices range frcm $95 to $250.
Your inspection is invited. Demonstrations free.
Mrs. C. Gillis & Sons
Phone 30-L P.O. Diawer H.C.
POPKUM
(From   our  own   correspondent)
Mr. Leon Radelet, of Vancouver, la
oiiKlneer   at   the   mill.
Mr. Hoy Munro. of Rosedale. has
lieen busv clear! iik a portion of his
pre-emption   hero.
Mil and Mrs. J. H. Macken have
been visiting at th.. coast motoring
down   Thursday   morning.
Mr. It. (Jould was a recent visitor
with   frlendH  at  Floods.
Mi'. Howell, Dominion land agent
from New Westminster, was hera re-
(uJaltly in connection* with art just-
men trt   on   a   number   of   pre-emptions.
Mtb. R. McKay, of Laidlaw, was a
visitor with Mrs. B. O. Patterson on
Tuesday.
Mil Robt, Brown has left for Powell Hlver.
Among recent visitors in tho district were the following: Mr. Frank
K.pi) ChiUiwack,; Mr. Wm Vicker-
aon, Cheam ; Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Bes-
sotte, Sarrtis ; Mr. Paul Hayes, Vancouver ; Messrs. Oreonhow and Oourd,
Ohllllwneki; Messrs. M. K. nnd Alvln
QillanrterH, Cheam ; ana Mr. Ian Conte
Chllllwack.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bhepharrt, Bast Chilli waelc, visited on Friday with tholr
daughter Mrs. <">. Anderson at the
Sullivan plant,
AGASSIS   CHURCH   NOTICES
Sunday,    Oct.    7th.    Harvest  Festival.
English   Church.
10 a.m.,   Sunday   School.
11 a.nx.,   Matins,
7:30   p.m.   Kven.song.
,l.  s.  Turklngton, Vicar
Methodist Church.
Morning  Service  at  10   "■.m.
Sunday  School at 11 a.m.
Rev.   Geo.   Turpin,   Pnstor.
preabytsiHan Churoh.
Sunday School at 10 a.int
Morning  Service  at  11  a.m.
Rev.   J.   Dewar,   Pastor.
Catholic  Ohnren
10:30 a.  in.. Mass every 4th Sunday
8:30   a.m.,   Low   Masa   every   Fourth
Saturday.
Itev.  Father  A.  Mlchels,
O.M.I.,   Pastor,
of Month.
SOCXSTXZI I   TXSIB   OFFICERS
AND   BXaCUTITBS.
Municipal   Conn oil.
J.    A.    M.    Mosrow,    Reevo ;   J.   A.
MoRae,   J as.   Duncan.   Robt   Hamilton,
Duncan     McKne,,     R.     M.     Cameron,
Councillors.     H.   Fooks,   Clerk.
Bohool   Eoard.
Mr, fJeo. Nichols, Chairman ; Mr.
Wm. Creen. Secretary. Miss Agassiz,
Mf,   MucDonald,   Mr.   J.   Duncan.
?TMb}t«rlaa   La&lW   Aid.
MrsL   F,   A.   MacDonald,   President;
Mrs.   Geo.   Nurse,   Secretary.
Women's Institute
Mrs.   H.   Fooks,   President;   Mrs.   D.
K,   Jenkins,   Secretary.
FreabywerUn  MMoaary  Society.
Mm.   Capt   Logan,   President ;   Mrs.
R.  O.  Roach,  Secretary.
Young FtopltVs Society.
If las Grace McCallum. Presldeit ;
Miss   Laura   McPherson,   Secretary.
MothoOfst  ladlea*  AM.
Mra. M. B. Morrow, President ; Mrs
K.   Saunders,   Secretary,
Woman's  CtuUd   (InglUh   Church)
Miss     Connie      Agassis,      President ;
Mrs.   Dr.   Hru<v,   Secretary.
St.   Anthony's   Catholic   Church  Attar
Society.
Mlas Agnes Appel, president; Mrs.
11. Peterkln, vice-president ; Mra. J.
B,   Carpentler.   aec-treas.
Agnosia   Tcnnla   Club.
Hon. Pros., Col. F. W. Boultbee ;
Hon.   Vice-Pres.,   Capt.   J.   .T,   Logan :
Pros., Mr. R. Glondcnning ; Vice-Pros.
Rev. .T. S. Turklngton j Sec.-Treaa..
Mrs. Carl Inkman ; Kxocutlvo Committee, Miss K. AgnsHiz Dr. Bruce,
Mr. A. MocCallum, Mr. B. J. Webb.
Ground Committee, Messrs. Hicka,
Jenkins and Marshall. Social Committee, MesrtrwirtH Bruce, M. Agassis,
Glendenning   and   Jenkins,
Agassis Rlfl«  Club.
Pres.,   Capt.   Sumptor ;     Ses.-Treas.,
Geo.   Ogilvle.
Sis   James   Song-las   Chapter   I.O.D.B.
■ Regent. Mrs. V. G. Hnslnm ; first
vice-regent, Mrs. D. K. Jenkinsi; second vico-regunt, Mrs. W. Heath ;stnn-
dard bearer, Mrs. J. Foszard ; ; treas.
Mrs!) H. Tootfe-!; secretary, Mrs. C.
W. Young ; educational secretary,
Mrs. Chns, Lovell ; echoes secretary,
Mrs. A.  Green,

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