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 AGASSIZ  RECORD
INDEPENDENT
A   COMMUNITY   PAPER
NON-POLITICAL
No. 11     Vol. 1
Agassiz, B.C., Wednesday, October 24, 1923
$1.50 per yea
;assiz
Reasonable Rates
Tobaccos (Fresh) Molr's Chocolates
TAXI STAND
Mrs. C. Gillis & Sons
Phone 30-L P.O. Drawer H C
FOR
FRUIT TREES
AND
INSURANCE
OF AL1, KINDS
SEE
A.  BEAUCHOUX
Agassiz.
Phone 25F
HOTEL BELLA VISTA
AGASSIZ. B.C-
MRS. PROBERT,  Proprietress
E. PROBERT, Manager.
Visit the Government Farm.
See Harrison Hot Springs.
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
BULLA   VISTA   HOTEL   OtJESTS
Guests registered at this hotel
during the past week included Dr. D.
H. McKay, J. Murray, J. O. Glggs,
C. O. Glitgs, J. H. Hamilton Jnclt
lcd«e„ Ohil,lhviuck:,-| P. H. Grant], J.
T. Tasken, P. P. Brown. J. C. McDonnell, J. Burnes, D. Knowlton, R.
Day. W. E. Peterson, E. W. Lumsden
A. Lindsay, S. Fulton, K. B;own, K.
A. Richardson, W. E. Walter, U C.
Galls. Mrs. H. Bnrmlngham. Hoy Bo-
yers, W. H. Jennings. H. Day, Vancouver ; Hv E. Frema, H. Snider, New
Westminster ; N". McCormicI;, Skoo-
kum Chucki; H. Aubln, Montreal : H.
J.   McMillan,   Kamloops ;
DON'T NEGLECT YOUR
Fire
Insurance
See
A. Boyd
Phone 7        Agassiz, B.C.
THH    PISH    TKUY    OATJCKT
Quito a Itttft* Incident Is related
In  rogartf  to  tho   fishing  party  that
visited   Weaver's   I.alto.      It   seems that
every thine was going on ns woll »"
could be expeotod, whon suddenly
Mr. 10. Purdy, of Vancouver, was
Jarred considerably by a tromondous
strike, In bis excitement and hectic,
battle ho waa almost carried off the
I'ttft To make I h I turn Bt 111 Worse lie
lot l"o Ills rod. Mr. Albert Qroyllp
nunh of tho E.C, Hop Co., a man
vary coal at all times, graspod tho
situation of his brother angler and
i.ushlng to tbe wide of Mr. Purdy,
assumed tha struggle, After considerable fighting the fish waa houl-
ed In and behold to tho astonishment
«f tho other members of the party.
a, ftn0 large KamJoopg trout had boon
won. The fish after being cleaned
balanced  the  scales at  17  pounds.
Our* smith-artist, Mr. A. Horwell.
who had an invitation to join the
narty, was much disappointed not
being able to go, owing to the absence of Mrs. Horwell in Vancouver.
However, he, wasn't forgotten, as Mr.
Grey 11 presented him with a good
portion of the t:«out that almost
roused a casualty.
THANKSGIVING   SERVICE
The Women's Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian Church held their
annual thanksgiving meeting in the
Church   on   Wednesday   evening:   last.
The meeting opened with Mrs.
(Capt) Logan in the chair. Mrs. .T.
McPhe: pon read, the scripture lesson.
A very -well prepared prayer was
given by Mrs. (Rev.) Dewar. A very
appropriate solo was tendered by Mrs.
Geo. McCuIlough. The pastor, Rev.
Mr. Dewar, gave a very Interesting
as weiU as Instructive lecture on "The
Life and JWork tn Morocco." Wun-
trating the sn.'i0 by a number of
fine lantern Slides, During the evening Mrs. K, McDonald presented
Mrs. Dewar with a life ctrtfflcate of
th  the  Women's  Missionary  Society.
A  lollection  netted  the  sum of  $25.
THANKSOrVINO   AT    HARRISON
On Sunday afternoon Rev. Mr. Dewar held thn annual Thanksgiving
service! htj Harrison Mills Great
pralso must be given tlie ladles for
the manner in which the church was
beautifully' decorated with fruit.
vegetables   and   dairy   produce.
A Social is befng held In the
church this (Monday) evening when
tho produce wIM be auctioned off and
the proceeds will go towards tho
church.
A. S. NICHOL   -   General Hardware
IF ITS
Guns or Ammunition
You need, tee us.
Do not fail to see our Window Display this week.
Phone 16 AGASSIZ, B.C.
"Coming Events Cast their Shadow Before"
ONE GENT SALE
Nov. 1,2 and 3.
W. A. JONES
Ph.ne 42      Druggist & Stationer       AGASSIZ
Turn in at the Chestnut Tree
for
Horseshoeing and
General Blacksmithing.
WOMEN'S    INOTITUTB    MILITANT
Tbe regular monthly meeting of tbe
Agassis W, 1. wns held on Thursday
Oct. nub, same being the occasalon
of   their   MUi   anniversary.
Thwfe was a. short business meet
Ing, the prlnolpaj thtrig being eleo
tion of delegates for the conference
to bo held In Vancouver. Mrs, FookOS
and Mrs, Jenkcns were selected, with
Mrs. Heath and Atlas Edith Agassi*
os   alternatives.
Correspondence, principally acknowledgments of money sent to the Red
Cross for Japanese relief, $20 ; and
Crippled Children's fund, $80, From
Secy. Sdhool Board ro proposed now
building. The Seoy, stated be had
written the Dept, and would call a
meeting of all tbe organizations if he
got  a  favorable   reply.
Tho rest of tho afternoon was social, an Interesting contest being provided (Partners were chosen.) Mrs.
OgtlVOy and Mrs. Wm. I.ainont took
the  prliea,
A Blind Man's Broom was drawn
for, Mrs. Peterkln being the lucky
winner.
Then folowcd vocal nnd Instrumental music by accomplished performers, as we'll as s-ome of the school
children,   who  did   very  c edltably,
A very delightful tea was served,
tho refreshment committee being Miss
Aftnnlo AgasslB and Airs. Heath, who
With their three supporters must have
worked very hard, as the room looked
very pretty, and the tea very much
appreciated.
The wall was newly adorned by a
very beautifully framed picture of
Queen Victoria, presented by the
president, Mi s. Fookes. A vote of
thanks from all the members Is due
the  donor.
There were 34 members and 20
visitors  present.
V.   F.   HALLOWE'EN   CONCERT
On Friday evening the Young People's Society held their Hallo we'nn
concert and dress soolal, Prizes were
given for the boat fancy dress and
tho most original For fancy diess
tho houon fell to Miss Catharine
Dewar and Miss Mary Heath. For
most original to tbe Misses Mamie
McCallum and Gladys Mcttue. Rev.
Mr. Turpin carried orf the gentleman's first and Mr Silk the second
prize.
Tho evening was spent tn games
and. other amusements. Hallowe'en
showed Its approach by the appearance of pumpkin lanterns. For the
best pumpkin lantoin Miss S. McCallum got first prize, while Miss
M.   Dewar   won   second.
Then to make the evening a still
greaterj success refreshments were
served and everyone went away with
the feeling of having enjoyed a splen
did   evening.
SHOEMAKER
REPAIRS of all Descriptions.
SEWN  WORK   and  LOGGER
BOOTS a specialty.
E. D. Harrington
Agassiz, B.C.
NECESSARY TO "HOLD A LADIES'
BAND
The Sir Jas. Douglas Chapter I.O.
D.E. hold the first 600 drive and
dance  |n   the  series,   Oct.   10th.
On account of a shortage of ladies
three gentlemen played a ladles' hand
In consequence of which, to compete
for the grand prize at the end of
the series, it becomes necessary for
them to "hold a ladies' hand" for
the :iest of th© series or lose their*
score   for   that   night.
A VeVy enjoyable evening was
spent, ten tables being played, and a
number of couples arrived later for
the dunce, which lasted tttl 2 a.m.
Mr. A. Bcatichoux won the ladles'and
Mi', Robt. Hamilton the gentlemen's
prlSO, Mr, Geo. Ogllvle and Mrs, W.
Henley t'eEfpniOtWoIy won the conso-
altlon.
CHTJTtCH SCR-V-CU ATTRACTIVE
The Picsby tartan Church was prettily decorated with fruit and vegetables, and the pastor chose as his
sermon "The Parable of the Sower."
1 he flrot hart of the service was
given to the children, and Miss S.
AIcCalBum and Miss Anna Tiamner
rendered a duet. Miss G. McCuIlough sang a solo. The attendance
was   very   'large,
HOTEL  AGASSI/  GUESTS
F. Council, J. Yosuda Harrison Hot
Spj. Ingsfi J. Miller] Sardjs; W. H.
Jennings, H. Day, Vancouver,; H-
Snider, New Westminster ; T. Evans,
Heglna;  A.   Henley,   Agassiz.
METHODIST   CHURCH    ACTIVITIES
Final arrangements have now been
made for tbe annual chicken supper
which is to be held on Friday, Oct.
26th in- the Oddfellows' hnill. Tho
Rev. (Col.) a. O. Fallis, O.B.K.,
B.D., will be the speaker In the
evening. Alex. Wallace and friends
from Now Westminster will provide
a   musical  program.
Service next Sunday will be held
at 1" fi.m. The pastor, Rev. G. Turpin, will speak on the subject ''The
Forgiveness  of  Sins."
AGRICULTURAL  ASSN.   TO  MEET
The annual meeting of the Agricultural and Horticultural Association will be held In the Women's Institute roomi Wed., Oct. 24, at 2 p.m.
Agassiz Barber Shop
Under New Management.
POPULAR PRICES.
Confectionery,
Soft Drinks
and Tobacco
J. L. BRADLEY
Agassiz, B.C.
SET.,   HUESTIS   VrtLX.   LECTURE
On Tuesday evening Kev. C. K.
Huestis will deliver a lecture on a
"New World" in the Presbyterian
Church, A collection will he taken
up.
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The Community Store
We have just received a full line of
Rubber Footwear of |
all kinds.
HEAVY WORK BOOTS
The price is right.
Your Inspection Invited.
FINE SHOES
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
iSPENCER <& STOUT
Genera! Merchants      Phone 17        Agassiz
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General Stores
P.O. Box 123
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HALLOWXl'EZ?   MASQUE3ADE
The Hallowe'en Masquerade to be
held in the- Agricultural hall, Oct.
31st, promises to eclipse all former
dances    of    this    nature   In  Agassiz.
AH Saints' Guild are fur-famed for
thoi;i /splendid entertainments, and
tho public are assured of an evening full of fun and frolic. Apart
from tho worthy object In view, the
giving tbin dance citizens of this
municipality should realize that
wlmlesormi entertainments such ns
this affords. Is an all-important factor In their dally lives. A few hours
spent In congenial society rdlfavcs
tho monotony of a farmer's life of
ucuhelcsH toll and breaks down the
walls of isolation, which constant
worry  ond  care  build  around   us.
Everyone knows the pleasurable excitement of anticipation, and It would
be a orlmo against nature not to take
advantage of one of nature's own
gifts—Tho gift to sue and enjoy life
In   Its   fulness.
Parents, don't forget to go, and
take yur children. It will be to nnr
a milestone on the road to happiness.
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GROCERY DEPT.-New Lines just in,
Swift's Pride Washing Powder, large packet 35c.
"Marvel Polishing Tablet, a good one, 25c.
SPEC1ALS-
Meadow Brook Pea Nut Butter. 151b. tin $2.85
"Arab" Tea, 1 lb, pkt. 65c.
"Great West" Tea, 65c.
Nabob Coffee, vacuum sealed, 65c.
Salt, 50 lb. Dairy Blocks, 85c.
5 lb. Dairy Blocks, 15c.
125 lbs. Coarse Salt, SI. 40.
CCC Sardines, genuine Norwegian, 25c.
"Nabob' Extracts, 2 oz, 25c.; 4 oz. 50c.
"Nabob" Jelly Powders, per pkt. 10c
Royal Crown Cleanser. 10c.
Davies' Tomato Soup, 2 for 25c.
Perrin's Sodas, 21b. pails 55c.
Mail Orders promptly shipped.
All goods guaranteed satisfactory.
'^♦^m£~*,~2m{*»Jm8mJm^^^
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
<»»j»rtf#f t€rt** fff,*aM***>**"***#**M ***********,***r*fP,*aPffir'r*rrrfrrf ffff^ffj#,j,fj,rr####»#i»i#if##jijji^#ijjj-jjjj RUSKIN NOTES
Mrs. W. Ellis waa a passanger
to Vancouver on Friday.
Mr. Donkersley has returned
home after spending a week at
Powell River.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Wayne are
spending a few days in Vancouver.
The people of Stave Falls gave
a successful dance on Saturday
night. The hall was beautifully
decorated with Autum leaves and
Jack 0 lant rns, all those who
attended reported havi' g a good
time.
■Miss Violet Rnowles of Vancouver, spent the week-end with
Miss Mildred Gilchrist.
Mrs. Cridp of Vancouver, is
spending a few days in Ruskin,
Mrs Langstroth is visiting her
friends in Vancouver.
Miss Iris Lougheed of Stave
Falls broke her arm while playing
ai school.
NFI.ATKIXIF HIS FIRST WIRELESS
Tlmi odd minute — how ranch ono
c;i:i learn of each oilier in almost a
twinkling. Mr. B, K. Merkley was an
interesting speaker. "I was crossing
tlie ocean from Montreal to Liverpool, there was great need for a good
cool, book left behind, and learning
of the newly discovered wireless I
asked what a message would cost,
and when informed $-1.00 a word put
11J) tile $18.00 and the code was applied for 'New York,' 'Cook Book,'
'Mcrkley.' Everything was understood and a perfect result the asset."
When They Have Gone"
The past comes uj)—childhood
days—happy hours by the flro-
sldo—their hopes and joys—
and   trials,   too.
You can keep the memory of
tholr names forever fresh by
giving some little part of the
blessings you now. enjoy towards n permanent memorial
In   everlasting   stone.
B.CMonumental Works Ld
Successors   to   Patterson,   Chand
lor  tf  Stephen,  Limited
HEAD   OFFICE
SEVENTH   ATX.    «    MAIN   ST.
Vancouver,  B.C.
Write   today    for    Catalogue   of
designs.     Established   1876
Bragdon's Lunch Room
For Light Lunohte. loe Omm,
■oft Drinks, Tobaccos, Samoa*, Ooa.
feotlonerjr. W* tan a fountain. Jut
two blocks from tn* Station, come*
Clark and Doag-l»«, Port Moody.
MISS McCAMUS
Gradnatp TeacherFiano and Theory
Pupils prepared for Toronto Con
servatory   anil
emy Exams.
Canadian  Acad-
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 your mail delivery.
We will pay postage and
stationery.
C. L. WARNER
Dewdney Trunk Road
PHONE 14
Modern Girls
(With apologies to a girl I almost married)
The   girls   of   today   In   tholf   scanty   attire
CntiHe   men   folks   to   stop   and   look   twice ;
What   our   grandmothers   may  have  called   naughty.
The   modern   girls   only   call     Ice.
They  may  live   In  a mansion,   or  two or  three rooms
That   haVo   neither  oollan  nor garret :
They  are  smart   when   It  com >s   in  cooking,   I'm  &ure,
For thoy don't  know a squas i  from a carrot,
I  used to know one that  1   Ii ed  pretty  well,
And   her   heart   1   though!   i   would   win   it
For   she   had   u   head   that   w  i   en iy   to   hold,
But   1   found  there wasn't muuch  In  It.
She couldn't  boll  eggs,  and  s'te'd  burn  tho  teapot,
And   I'm   sure   that   sho   could i*t  bnk|  pie;
And  tbe  cokes  that  who  baked   wero   almost   :i   liiilure,
So   mattor   how   often   she'd   try,
The   biscuits   she   made   were   almost   like   bullets.
And   her   hotcakes  good   shingles  would  make ;
The   fruit   that   she   cooked   w ifl  just   stirred   up  like   mush ;
In  fact.  It was quite  hard  to   talte,
Hon mother one time  took  :t  little   ttfp   home
And   loft  her  the  house  to   lo ik   after,
And   the   sight   I   beheld   ;is   I   called   on   her  thon
Caused   mo   to   glvo   vein   to   lend   laugh tor,
Th© rugs  "ii   tho  floor  woro   rolled  up  In  n  corner
And   tho   sweepings   were   tho c  In a  pile,
And  Hi"  rural turo looked  like  it   never  frag dusted ;
in   raci   there   was  dual   by   t 'ic  mllo
The   stovo   was   qulto  rusty   f 'om   disuse,
Tl on; b   inside   ll   the  garbage   was   kept :
And   tin'   floors   showed   that   dirt   was  no  atrnngor   thoro,
For   they   plainly   had   seldom   been   swept
t'vo   painted
ig in  my  son
■ho al   one  H i
been  o'er tlyawn
i   love
Now   Ihe   plctu
As   I   hurried  t
And only  those
Will  ever  know  just  how   I   fool,
Her   sister   Gladys   I   thought   a  lot of.
And   !   admired   her   brother   Harry,
But  Francos  refused  the  kind   offer   1   made,
For  she   told   m©   she  never   would  marry.
Time   changes   tho   view  of   somo   girls   1   have   learned,
For   later   she   hooked   a   Poor   gecseil :
He's   doing   the   housework   thai,   she  ought  to  do-
He's   dusting   or   turning   tbe  freezer.
T   felt   pretty   bad   when   she   wouldn't   be   mine,
Bui   I'm   glad   that   those   sad    days   are  over:
Some day  I   may  bask   in  another  girl's   love
As  gay  as  a  young- pig  In  cl over.
Written     bv   Wlllard   Hartnell.
NOTICE
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS 1024
ThosQ* wishing* to bo pluced on
the voters' list tor 1084, as HOUSE-
rlOLDENS should mnl the following
extract fnun the "Municipal Eloo-
inns Act" nnti govern themselves ao-
uortltngly.
IIOLfsICHnLDElt shall include tiny
person «»r the full age "f twenty-one
yours who is n resident nf the iiniiu-
cipnHly anil who litis resided therein
from the Aral tiny of January <>f the
current ,vcur {102J) nnd who lias,
unless exempted b,v tho provisions of
clause (Itl7) or clause (HIS) of See-
tlon .vi of the Municipal Act, paid
to t!n> Municipality tllreot nil rates,
taxes, and assessments which uro not
•l'.urgonble on land anil arc due by
Much person to the Municipality for
the enrvonl year to an amount of
mi less I ban two dollars, exclusive
of water, electric light, gas, and telephone rules or luxes, and licence Tees
for dogs; or in Ihe ense of tl person
who Is nol required by tho provisions
nf any by-law of the Municipality to
pay  fond-tax  or  poll-tax  amounting;
to   tho   BUIll   of   two   dollars,   has   pit )il
or I end e red  (he sum of two d Hurs
to (he Colloctor of the  Municipality
during the eurrenl   year  i
of the Municipality.
The   mine o
WANT ADS.
AdTtrtUtmtatt in this tolnms most bt
prepaid.
FOB   BALE
One   Ton   Pnrd    Truck     with     new
spare   tire   anil   rim.    Cosh  or  terms.
This   Is   a   noon   buy.
Maple   Ridge   Fruitgrowers'   Assn.
FOB   SALS
Six-hole Fnweett Range, oomploto
wltli water front.. Good condition
KTi.tm. Apply
8,  O,  OBNQB,
I'lioiio   48-F,   Haney,
»CD».-7B   COBN   POP.   SALE
Per  load   In   the   field,   H2.no.      !V|.
load   delivered,   14.Oil,
I'hono 84-11 A,  LAITY
fOR   BALD
Purebred  Guernsey  Bull   Cult.
Apply      W,   P,   ituniiKi'i.ii.'i,',
I'hono ill-M Hammond
tlie  hi
nol  lie
lisl   n
hold, r
Octobo
lor "I' ll trade lie
• ntored ,im the nun
ess Bucli holder >
shall,   during   tho
in    encli    venf,    i
hall
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EIGHT PER CENT NET
We can make this for you on your money by placing it out as First
Mortgages on Imp: oved Farm Lands and City Properties. We recommend nothing hut gilt-edged securities^ All properties personally Inspected by our office. If you have fund.* to loan get In
touch with our office. First Mortgagos will earn you more than
Bonde.
Phone, write or   can and tee
WILLIAM McADAM
REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENT, NOTARY PUBLIC
J?.f>|, r.ii" c''r-e'. Ve'V "' •»tr- ir«tn» Phono 498
And Hallowe'en Dance,
Under auspices of Hammond Theatre Company
Hammond Theatre,   October 31,1923
Major's 5-piece Orchestra
Prizes for Best Costumes.
GENTLEMEN $1.00 LADIES 50c.
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 STOPOVERS
For full particulars and reservations, apply to any
Canadian Pacific Agent or General Passenger Department
Vancouver, B.C.
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ll" delivered to tlie
pel Clerk ii statutory dec!
made nnd subscribed before
preme or County Judge, Sii|
or Police Magistrate, Justice
Pence,  Commissioner   for tali
fldavlts within British Columl	
tary Public or the Municipal t'ii'!-;;.
In every Municipality nil declarations by householders and holders of
trade licences shall be delivered to
the Municipal Clerk before five o'clock
in the afternoon of the last tiny of
October, nod no declaration shell be
accepted by the Municipal Clerk unless It is delivered within two days
ilu-r it is made,
THE COKPOIIATION OF THF. DISTRICT  OF  MAPLE  JtlDGK.
J. C. McFAKLANE,
Clerk.
Cub paid (or OM Gold,      Sty. 68I1SY
. -Diamonds.  Watches
ARTHUR WOOD
WATCHMAZEB AND IEW3I.'.-3
985   Gnuiville   Streea,
Opposite Provincial Pnbllo Market,
VANOOUVEB,   B.C.
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Starts on Oct. 1st, so get
your Shot Gun
PRICES RIGHT
■klafl* mat Mtt mm
son sal-j
a Jorsoy-Ayrshlro Cow, nils hoifor
calf  r.   months  0*1, aiuh,
BOX   181,   1! WHY.
POl'ATOrS   rciH   SAI.U
Excellent quality, Westminster
Market Prloos. Dellvareil In iiu-..-
niond,
J.   Iv   STEWART,
p>'°"° "•* Hammond.
HAHJnr 1..0.L.  no.  aaio—~~
The regular mooting or above lodge
is hold in tho Oddfellows hull, Haney,
fir*   Tuesday In each month at S p.m
Visitors  cordially  invited.
W.M., 1. c. Mosaer, 'Phone SIX.
Reo.-feo'y.   J.   M.   Cameron.
L. O. B. A.
The  regular  meeting,  of  Hammond
L.O.B.A.  No.  ISt are hold |„  t|,0 p08.1
satt Hall.  Ue Mooad Tuesday of each
month at Till p.m.
W.M.,  Mr..  U.  Maoey,  The,,,,  25R,
Rea-Beo'y, Mrs. K. K. Tolmio.
HAMMOND  L.O.L.
The   regular  meetings  of  Hammond
L. O. L. No. 1866, are hold in the Fos-
eetit  hall  at   8  o'olook  p.m.   on   Second
Saturday and 4th Friday, each monttt
Visitors  cordinlly   Invited.
J. H.  Ritchia,  W.M.
Wesley  O.   Brooks,   U.S.
SILVER    CBEEK   L.O.B.A.     378
Meets   In   Orange   hall,   Hope,   lst   and
3rd   Mondays.
Visiting   brothers    and    sisters   welcomed.
Mrs. T.  L,  Holilnson Mrs. J.  0.  Irving
WM- Seo.-Troa».
"Tht  living   volot  affects   man
mora   than   what  they   road."—
Pliny, tht Younger.
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business. Directions' that you
glvo personally are uuickly
and nourately executed, bo-
eauso your nsssoelates can-
nnn fall to understand, Eaoh
Inflertlon has a meaning for
them. zz
Remember tho tolophono
When you would confer with
those Interested with you in
business. Do not trust tho
cold written word—send your
voice, yotirsolf by long distance   tolephone.
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Ontario  Street.  Port Haney.    Visiting
orator.,,  cordially   invited   to    attend.
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Hardy's in the place for
goodbarbering. Latest
methods. Whether you
want a haircut, or if
nothing drop in anyway.
Courteous Treatment
Tourirt Hotel - Port Moody
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WIRING.
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570 Richards Street,
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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.
Repairs  to  Batteries,   Starters
and Generators.
SeeWiddess the Jeweler
Why not get your Watch Repaired at home ?    The best of work
guaranteed.   Call in.
Matcbett Building    ■   ■     Port Hue?
Macdonald, Laird & Genge,
LAW OFFICE,
HANEY B.O.
Phone 43S
J. EATON
Painting,     Kalsoming
and Paperhanifing.
Wall Paper,  Paint,  Varnish,
Oils, Shellac, Enamel and
Goal 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 cozy front
room.
SOFT DRINKS,
CIGARS, CIGARETTES,
AND CHOCOLATES
Prompt and oourteous attention
Mrs. E. J. Johnson, Prop.
Haney Hotel
1.—A comfortable corner of the Baggage Car.
3.—Another view of the Baggage Car.
2.—Exterior of one of the new Canadian Pacific Mall and Baggage Cars.
4.—This la where the malls ore sorted.
Almost every day we rely upon His Majesty's Postal service for the
delivery at certain hours of letters and parcels which are of value
and which would lose their value were they delivered tardily. Seldom
have we cause to complain of the service rendered in exchange for our few
cents and we have come to expect the efficient regularity of that service
regardless of the natural or economic disturbances which affect other
services. The letter was stamped and placed in the postal box. It must be
delivered, and with dispatch, rain or shine.
Due to the increasing use of His Majesties Mails, the Canadian Pacific
Railway has found it necessary to add to its rolling stock, twelve new Mail
and Baggage coaches. These, being up-to-date in every respect, provide
every facility for the handling of the mail, and a number of conveniences for
the clerks v.hich the older type of ccrs could not boast of. The "All Steel"
cars are some of the finest used by Postal authorities in the world, and the
Company is to be congratulated, in that providing every facility for the
quick handling of postal matter, it has kept an eye to the comfort of the
clerks.
The forward end of the travelling Post Office, for such It is, is used
mainly for storage purposes. On one side, movable iron stanchions separate
the bags destined for the various towns en route, and on the other is the gas
stove, for cooking purposes, ice water tank, lavatory, wash basin, and
clothes cupboard — innovations which are creatly commended by the clerks.
VThe rear end of the mail compartment is tbe business end. A long
revercible table, running lengthwise, allows the clerk to face either side of
the cur in order to sort his parcels into the bags which are supported by
folding racks, and into the boxes conveniently arranged above the bags for
the accommodation of newspapers, and which can be quickly emptied by
the simple expedient of raising the front. At the rear end is a table, the full
width of the car, and behind this are the hundreds of pigeon holca into which
the clerk must distribute the letters for the various towns, quickly, almost
automatically. At his feet as he stands at his tabic, the clerk has a tray into
which the letters posted when the train is at a station, drop. These letters he
stamps and distributes with those put on the train at the terminal. Cord with
which to tie the letters into bundles is conveniently at hand, and if some of
the bundles contain registered mail they are placed into the pigeon holes
at one side, over which a wire grating is fitted and locked. Everything is
scrupulously clean.
The baggage and expresB end of the coaches is also the last word in car
construction. As with the mail section, the doors open in the centre of the
compartment, one half of which has a solid floor, the other half being fitted
with fish racks. In addition to the conveniences afforded the mail clerks,
the baggage men have a folding table which fits tightly against tho wall
when not in use, and which may be utilized as a dinning table and — but no!
there is too much business to talk of cards.
The twelve r_w cars were designed by C. H. Temple, Chief of Motive
Power and Rolling Stock, Canadian Pacific Railway, and were constructed
by the Canada Car and Foundry Company, Ltd., Montreal. They are
designed to carry 30 tons of express matter and 10 tons of mail, a total of
40 tons; compared with 80 tons, the capacity of the old typo of coach. The
Company has adhered to the six wheel truck, but heavier journals have
been provided, 6% by 10 in place of the 6 by 9 inches. Another feature
of the new coaches is the diaphragm ends. This eliminates the danger of
people "riding blind". *
• Until more are constructed, the new coaches will operate between
Montreal and Toronto, Montreal and Sault Ste. Marie, Toronto and St.
John, N.B., and Winnipeg, and Edmonton on Canadian Pacific lines.
A Delightful Concert
VANCOUVER  COXOBMT PA*TY
WINS   ADXOUh.TXO.ff
For weeks tt was generally known
that through the efforts of Mrs. A.
W. Ferguson and her untiring committee a concert was going to be
staged Saturday night,Oct. 13th, that
could not ho ranked second to un>*
leading function yet held in Hammond   Theatre.
Tho event came off to fullest ex-
noctntlonrV what though tho members of tho Vuncouvcr Concert Party
Incident to a bnoak down, were half
an hour late, Tho Maple Hldgo orchestra efficiently filled tho flying mln
utos  of delayed  time,
Tho two quartettes sung by Mr.
nnd Mm C,< Smith and Messrs. Smith
and Stocks, wcro rendered very artistically   and   twice   encored,
Mr. John Crnnn outdid expectations   In   his   OOtilloa]   selections.
Mrs. C, Forbes and Mr, Wallace
both of the Vancouver Operatic Society, gave their two duets in costume, ono out of "Tho Country Girl"
unci the other out Of "Clngaleo." Doth
wore   heartily   oncorett.
Mr, H. Hen's reeltntIons won fullest Plaudits, while Mr. J. Hall, ono
of Vancouver's most classical and
host known artists, was called and
recalled,
Tho members of the Quartette also snng solos, which wore well received.
Mrs. Ttillldge and Miss L, Moore
accompanied   tho   sinners.
In flnoi thot'o were no weak members, and for tho matter of our local
orchestra   It   made   itself   a   name.
Aftor tho concort, the Glee Club
treated tho visiting musicians to a
delightful repast, which was most
attractively served under the management of Mrs. Hartnot and Mrs.
Laurie.
Mr.  Lang ton   was   very   felicitous  in
his platform) thanks to th« several
ladles and gentlemen who had bo delightfully furnished the evening's1
musical   numbers,
Dancing for a short time held sway
Miss Marsdwi, Miss Cutler, and
Messrs. Hoper and Holland, worked
untiringly for the concert, and spe-
clail praise is due to Miss Marsdon
and   Miss   CstJer   for   the  decorations.
Mr. J. T. I-nurle was hon. tmas.,
while Mr. E. Laurie and Mr, B. Ma-
dill   were   tho  ushers,
Thanks are duo to Mr. Bonn for
th© vory eff'clont lighting arrangements and to Mr, Richie for assistance   on   the   new   piano   platform.
Laurels to thnso who did s0 admirably   is   the   verdict   of   all.
HIGH   SCHOOL   EXTENDS   XNVI-
TATZOir,
Tho FrooOptreflSOB and students of
MncLean High School invito alt parents, and citizens generally, to attend a pleasing llallowo'on function
In their school on ''tlie 20th, from
3:30   to   8   o'clock.
YOUR LAUNDRY— Remember the
"Qazetteo" la the local agency lor
Royal Laundry, Westminster. Parcels left at the office are shipped
down Monday evening and returned
the following Monday. The work Is
first class, and the cost is only DC
or 10a more (for express charges)
than what Westminster people would
pay.
BURNS'   8ICIETY   TO   MEET   ON
MONDAY.
Reminder la given of the Burns'
Club meeting on Monday evesing.
After so many concerts, dances anl
games, is It not proper to have some
thing good in tht way of the more
strictly      Intellectual? Interesting
meetings   are    assured.       Let   us   all
be   there   and   hellp   along.
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Haney Hotel
The North Fraser HOME of  the Tourist,
Traveller, or  Sportsman.
Rooms all very comfortable — Ladies' Parlor—
Smoking Room—Attractive Dining Room
First Class Meals—All White Help.
PHONE 50.
4   MRS. JOHNSON, Prop.     -     PORT HANEY     £
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PORT HANEY STAGE
R. H. STEPHENS, Manager.
TIME    TABLE
Leave Webster's Comers 7,50 a.m. Leave Ysanadon 8.10>.m
Leave Haney Daily 8.30 a.m, 1,01 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 Bister 60 Agassiz Record
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HammoiKt, B. C.
J. JUNIOR DOUQAN, Editor.
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WEDNESDAY, OCT,  !4,  1023
MR. W. J. THORN GIVES
INTERESTING ADDRESS
TO LOCAL AUDIENCE
"ABE   THE  SHAD  DEAD"  WAS  TBE
SUBJECT   TAKEN   BY   TRAVELLING
REPRESENTATIVE     OP      INTERNATIONAL   BIBLE   STUDENTS
Vr. W, .T. Thorn, travelling representative of the Internationa 1 Bible
Students ' Association, addressed an
intensely Interested audience, Sunday,
upon tho subject ,'Are the Dead
Dead '(" taking his text from the
word*; of the Apostles Paul ami John
namely :
"Men and brethren, let me freely
speak to you of the patriarch David,
that ho is both dead and hurled, and
his sepulchre is with ns unto this
ay. For David Is not ascended Into
the   heavens.     (Acts   2 :   29,   84.)
"And no man hath ascended up to
heaven, but that He came down from
.heaven, even the Son of Man," (John
3:13.)
Tho proper answer to this question stands related to our own des-
tln,, Mr, Thorn stated, colors and Influences our - theology and the entire
trend of our lives ! The correct answer gives strength, confidence, courage, and assists towards the spirit
of   a   sound   mind.
Gene: ally speaking, the theories of
men—Including Catholic and Protestant—are based upon the assumption
that death doe« not mean death, that
to dio, is to become more alive than
before death, In Eden it was God
who declared t0 our first parents "Ye
Shall surely die." It was Satan who
declared "Ye shall not surely die."
The heathen, as well as Christians.
have accepted Satan's lie, and correspondingly rejected God's truth. Do
they not all agree with the serpent's
statement, "Ye shal} not surely die ?"
Do they not claim that the dead are
alive—much more alive than before
they   died ?  This   has   been   our  com-
MRS. WESTELL
(Magdeburg Conservatory)
Teacher of Pianoforte
Agassiz, B.C. Phone 18-R
nion point of mistake. We have followed tro wrong teacher, the one of
whom our Lord said "He ahodenot In
th0 Truth," and that la the father or
Hob."     John   8:44.
In a won! then, the Bible teach
ing is that man was made superior
to all tli3 brute creation—in the
image and likeness of his Creator;
that he possessed life in a perfect
degree in Eden and might have
retained it by full obedience. But
in his trial, his testing, he failed,
and came under the death sentence ; "In the day that thou eat-
est thereof, dying, thou shalt die"
(Gen. 2:17). There the dying began, which, after nine hundred
and thirty years, brought Father
Adam to the tomb, and involved
all his children in his weakness
and death sentence. He died in
the very day, which the Apostle
Peter explains was not a 24-hour
day but a 1000-year day, saying,
"One day is with the Lord as a
thousand years.   (2 Peter 3:8).
But not until four of the great
thousand-year Days had passed
did God send forth His Son to redeem the race, by meeting Father
Adam's penalty, by dying. |'The
just for the unjust, that He might
bring us to God." (1 Peter 3:18).
As a result of thnt redemptive
work accomplished at Calvary,
there is to be a resurrection of the
dead, both of the just and the unjust"—a recovery from the death
ssntence—from the prisonhouse,
the tomb.—(Acts 24:15).
At His First Advent our Lord's
miracles foreshadowed the great
work which He, with His glorified
Church, will accomplish for the
world during the Millennium-
Then all the sick, blind, lame and
dead will be revived, and, if obedient, will be brought ultimately
to full perfection. The disobedient will be destroyed in the Second
Death. The most notable miracle which our Lord performed
was the awakening of Lazarus,
His friend. Jesus had gone several days when Lazarus took sick,
and of course knew about the
matter. Nevertheless, Mary and
Martha sent him a special message saying "Lord, behold he
whom Thou lovest is sick." (John
11:3). They knew of Jesus' power to heal, even by the word of
His mouth. They had faith that
if He could help strangers, He
would surely be glad to assist His
friend. But Jesus remained where
he was and allowed Lazarsu to
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have a big supply of Shingles
and all kinds of Lumber for sale
at their Mill at
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Phone 24 X Agassiz.
Harrison:: Lodge
The Ideal Place to
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Harrison Hot Springs
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Industrial and  Mill  Attachments  for Fordson  Tractors,
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P.O. Box 938 Phones 53 and 86
die and a rude shock to come to
the dear sisters. Then he said to
His disciples "Our friend Lazarus
sleepeth." (Johu 11:11). Then
coming down to their comprehension he added 'Lazarus is dead and
I am glad for your sakes that I
was not there." (John 11:14,15)
He was glad to let his friend
fall asleep in death because it
would provide a special opportunity for a special miracle. Then,
with His disciples, He began a
three-days' journey to Bethany.
We cannot blame the sorrowing
sisters that they felt hurt that the
Messiah should apparently neglect
their interests. They knew that
he had the power to relieve them.
Martha's gentle reproof was,
"Lord, if Thou hadst been here,
my brother had not died." Jesus
said unto her, "Thy brother shall
rise again." Martha said unto
Him, "I know that he shall rise
again in the resurrection at the
last day.   (John 11:23, 24).
Notice that our Lord did not
say "Thy brother is not dead; thy
brother is more alive than he ever
was : he is in Heaven or in Purgatory." Nothing of the kind !
Purgatory had not yet been invented, and He knew nothing of
it. And as for Heaven, our Lord's
testimony is in our text "No man
hath ascended unto Heaven, but
He that came down from Heaven.', Martha also was well informed. The errors of the dark
ages had not yet supplanted the
Truth. Her hope for her brother
was tha Scriptural one: that he
would rise in the resurrection, the
last day, the Millenial Day, the
seventh of the great thousand
year days from creation.
Our Lord explained that the
power of resurrection was vested
in Himself, that He was there
with her, and could give relief to
them without waiting. Martha
told our Lord that it was too late;
that putrefaction had se} in by
this time. But Jesus insisted on
seeing the tomb, and when He arrived at it, He cried, "Lazarus,
come forth !" And we read, "He
that was dead came forth." (John
11:43, 44), Mark well that it was
not the living that came forth,
but that Lazarus was really dead.
Mark well that he was not called
from Heaven, nor from Purgatory
Why has God delayed the
world s blessing, the resurrection,
for nearly two thousand years
since the death of Jesus? The reason is such a glorious one! It
must appeal to every true Chris
tian heart and make it glad. It is
this:
God purposed the selection of
the Church before the blessing of
resnrrection should go to the
world. This Church is called
sometimes "The Body of Christ,
which is the Church,'' of which
Jesus is the Head. Again it is
styled "the Bride, the Lamb's
W ife." Ever since Pentecost, the
Heavenly Father has been draw
ing believers to Jesus' side." After
justifying them through faith in
the precious blood, they have been
invited to become Jesus' disciples,
His followers, to walk in His steps,
to lay down their lives in the
Father's service, as Jesus did, and
to develope in their hearts the
fruits and graces of the Holy
Spirit to such a degree that they
might be called "copies of God s
dear Son."
The promise to these is not the
resurrection of restitution rrom-
ised to the world during the Mil'
lennium. On the contrary, these
have a "Heavenly calling."
After their consecration they
are begotten of the Holy Spirit
and then instructed in the School
of Christ and subjected to trials
and discipline in various ways,
for the purpose of chiselling and
polishing their characters as New
Creatures. These are Little
Flocks, gathered one here and
one there: "Saint," from all
denominations, for "Tha Lord
knoweth them that are His.'
When the predestinated number
of the Elect shall have been selected and polished the present Age
will end, Our Lord will be mani
fested in Second Advent glory
and power. His elect Bride will
constitute the First Resurrection
class changed from earthly to
Heavenly nature, "in a moment'
for flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God." 1 Cor.
15:50, 52.
Then will come the holy, in-
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CHAS. INKMAN
Taxi and Transportation  Bureau
AGASSIZ, B.C.
Masquerade Hallowe'en Dance
Under auspices All Saints' Guild
Agricultural Hall, Wednesday, October 31st.
3 PIECE ORCHESTRA
Under the direction of Mrs. Henshaw.
PRIZES FOR COSTUMES
ADULTS 75c. CHILDREN :i.r>c.
AN  AWMOUMCEMENT
Presbyterian Annual Supper & Concert
November 7th.
Supper 50c.      Concert 50c.      Supper and Concert 75c.
Good Music and a Good Elocutionist from Vancouver
MISS MURIEL LIPSEY
POPKUM
(From our own  correspondent)
On Tuesday of last week Mr, J, H.
Macken had the misfortune to break
the hone of the thumb on hts left
hand, also crushing the hand. The
break Is a bad one, the bone being
muchshattered. Mr. Macken was
"setting" on the mill carriage when
the   accident   occurred,
Mrs, Alex. Karr, Rosedale, spent
Friday  with  Mrs.   J.  H.  Karr,
Among recent visitors to Fopkum
were Messrs. W. S. Amies and B.
Edmondson, East Chilliwaok ;' Mr.
Farrant, ChMHwack ; and Mrs. T. Hen
derson,   Rosedale.
Mr. Harry Cook, Rosedale, is now
working at  the  mill.
AT   METHODIST   CHURCH
The     large    congregation    at     the I
Methodist   Church   listened   to   a   very
Interesting    as     well    as   Instructive ]
Reunion.     The     Pastor     chose   (is   his '
text   the   "Grain   of   Wheat,"     which I
was   very   befitting   for   tht   T/hanks-
Civlng service,.   Great praise must he ,
given   Mr,   Turpin   for   the   manner   In
which  ho had his nor vice arranged.
Taking our fernery buck to the
days of the early Babylonians. Romans and Anglo-Saxons, he portrayed
what an Important function the lit-
tl« "Grain of Wheat" carried on.
Then arriving at the time of Jacques
Cartler and the Sew England settlers
he carried his point to the seed bo-
ing gradually carried westward and
how the prairie provinces becama so
great.
Dealing with the war time he exemplified what a great benefit we
devtved from tho wheat producing
pionei-.H as the European nations
worn   turned   into   munition   factories.
As a climax an appeal to people,
comparing the "drain of Wheat" un
dor three headings: (1) laber,. (p)
thrift.   (3)   common   sense.
Dealing with labor, one must consider the hardships nnd the many
"uph and downs" our forefathers contended with ; how thty labored under- all those precarious conditions.
Did thoy give up the taBk T No I
Well, then, let us continue with the
work, which Ih not u curso and should
bo  a  pleasure.
Under Thrift and Common Sense,
tho Pastor dealt with the idea that
a harmonious brothoily lov« should
be established. That we should labor
and act with a very Intellectual
knowledge  of  what  we  are  doing.
A solo was  Bung  by  Mrs, LeFevro.
Tho church was very prettily decorated with mnny varieties of vegetables and fruits, and from observation It appears that Agassis! Is still
able to get good results in its produce,
It Is hoped that many such sermons are in store for the coming
winter months and that tho congregation will continue to Increase In
numbers.
; visible Millenial Kingdom, and
the binding of Satan and the destruction of his unholy invisible
Kingdom, but the setting loose of
agencies for the enlightment and
uplifting of the whole race.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Messrs. Willie Cameron and O. K.
Tyrer who have been on an extensive motor trip returned Thursday.
They visited Vancouver, Belllngham,
Seattle and Portland. On their return they stayed' a few days at Hope
and then visited Yale. From their
appearance they both look to have
been well cared for and suffered no
loss   from   their   exploration.
Mr. Geo. Ogilvie spent Sunday n
Vancouver, the guest of his sister,
Margaret and brother Atvin and Jack
Horwell.
Miss A. Probcrt and Miss Bee Ink
man   spent   Saturday   In   Chilliwaok.
Mr. Percy Lovell and O, K. Tyror
visited Deroche Saturday to shoot,
but the reports are on the negative-
Bide.
A fishing party made up of Fred
nnd Waller Wholpton, Clarence McDonald, Purdy and A. Greyll had good*
Buoceso at Weaver's Lake. The largest °f the catch  weigher 171bs.
Mr. !•:. H. Harrington paid a husi-
ness   trip   to   Vancouver.
Mr. Al. Watson, an old settler of
this place, paid the town a visit the
early   part  of   this  week.
The British Columbia Hop Co, Is
shipping Its hops to London. Something like 12 to 15 carloads are reported as to be shipped In tho near
future.
Members of the local F.V.M.P. Asm
are requested to attend the regular
meeting to be held in tht| UddfeUlows
hall  on Saturday.  20th.
Mr. Raymond Fooks left Saturday
to i olleve -another employee of tbe
C.P.R.   at   North   Bend,
Mrs. Russel Clark and son AUan
spent   Saturday   in   Vancouver,
Mr. Dave Flaek motored up from
Vancouver and spent the first part
of   the   week   here.
Mr. and Mrs. Elsie, accompanied
hy Mrs, Greyll and her two boys,
ivii|lvllle ■and Theodore, spent, Bun-
day   at  Chllllwack.
Mr. und Mrs. M. Feoks spent the
week-end as guests of Mr. and Mr».
If.  Fooks.
Mr, A. Horwell spent Sunday In
Vancouver visiting his daughter Kva
In the hospttnl. Ho reports her ua
doing very nicety and being In Bood
spirits. She expects to be ablo to
leave tho latter part of the week,
and wo all hope she will soon bo
able to resume her teaching do lie-*
at   Deroche.
Mr, D| Fallen was the week-end
guest   of  Mr,   and   Mrs.   Rnssol   Clark.
Mr. Lyla Whelpton returned Sun-
dny evening from his holidays and
fit and ready for another hard task
at   the  store.
PROHIBITION    CONVENTION
The annual provincial convention
of the Prohibition Association will
be hold Thursday and Friday, Nov.
l«tjt and lfltH, in Vancouver. Reports of the delegatus who attended
the Dominion Convention will bo
given, and the altitude of prohlbl-
tlonlsts towards tho statement, of the
Government to h0 made at the opening of the Legislature regarding tbe
liquor question  will  be defined.

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