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No. 25   Vol. 1
Agassiz, B.C., Wednesday, Marcli 5, 1924
$1.50 per year
Agassi; Pioneer Office
Spring is corning.   Now is
the time to   start housekeeping.
Fire and Life Insurance
To guard   against  Spring
rubbish tires; accidents,
Real Estate. Notary Public
Phono 51 Manager-Agent
Honors Paid Minister
of Public Works
Tho Uoiio  team that vixltod Agna- |
hU last  Wedneeday night wore taken
Hotel Agassiz
Courteous Attention,
Mrs. C. Gillis & Sons
Phone 80-L      P.O. Drawer A C
Agassiz Sweet Shop
Mrs. Butler.
A fresh and complete line of
Tobacco,    Confectionery,
and Soft Drinks.
Barber Shop in connection
Mrs, Hugh Brown and hla Aunt,
Mrs. w. S. Moore, left fo;i Port
Hammorid on Saturdty morning to
attend tre opera "Pinafore'* which waa
being1 put on by the Amateur Opera
Company of Port Hammond, and in
whfch Mr, Brown's brother, Mr. Jim
Broun, and his sister, Miss Ruth
Brown,  took part.
Mr. Turgeon, of Vancouver, and Mr.
Maxwell Smith, of Deroche, paid Agassiz a short visit on the 22nd Feb.
Mr. Turgeon is the Liberal organizer
for British Columbia. He is a former New Brunswicker, and a son of
Senator Turgeon. As an organizer
and keen politician he ranks second to
none. Mr. Turgeon expects to revisit
Agassiz again shortly. Mr. Maxwell
Smith is president of Dewdney Liberal   Association.
M*. Grant, of New Westminster,
who retired from the Indian Police
about a year ago, i» spending a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. R, Boynton
at their farm on tbe Harrison Hot
Springs road.
Agassli had the pleasure of a short
visit from Hon. Dr. Sutherland, Minister of Publlo Works, on tho 20th
February, Engineers Me phlll'ps,
StoWe and Borueer accompanied him.
Tho Municipal Council In (l body mot
them In the Oddfellows' ball at C::]ft
p.m. The citizens turned out In a
body to pay their roapoctj to the Hon.
visitor aiiit to discuss with him and
his advisor. Many questions of Interest, siit'ii im bridges, hotter roads,
etc., were under review. Iteeve Morrow In a few well chosen "('marks
introduced tho visitors ami threw the
mooting open to the public lor dls-
euHHitm or any bUSlnoBs In tlio Interest    of    tho   Municipality.    Mr.   Mc-
IMilUlp explained the Act pertaining
to Government ttld to highways running through organized territory, ha
also advised the Counoll to he particular In laying out roads of uniform width, 66ft., also that considerable good work could be dono in
widening and straightening out the
Hot  Springs road.
The matter of the Mountain 1'oad to
Harrison Mills was then taken up
with the Minister and thorougly dts-
cushed, The Council were In favor
of hufldlng the lower section to the
Mountain on hnth sidea. Th* Minis
ter, when he heard this, In a few
words told the audience "<3o ahead,
I will build the Mountain section for
you." Work Is expected to start shortly. Mr. Morrow, amid loud applause,
thanked the Minister for his frank
answer to their request. Mr, Morrow
then took up the matter of bridges,
some of which are In need of considerable repairs, and would like to
have some Government aid. The MIs-
Ister replied that the bridge appropriation was taxed pretty heavily,
hut to send in their request to tho
Department, and they would rece' ve
his best consideration. Much credit
is due Mr. Jas. Duncan for his persistent effort for many years with
tho Department of Public Works In
at last getting tills long-desired road.
TheyJ were very sorry that their genial member, Mr. McRae, was not at
the mooting, when there were so many
public-spit'I ted citizens j his face and
voice In the audience were missed.
After the various matters were disposed of. Mr. Whlttaker asked that a
hearty vote of thanks be tendered
our distinguished visitors, which was
loudly acclaimed.
into- camp by tho Agassiz High School I
thO score being 2.1 to 17. The Agassiz boys put up a much superior brand I
of hall to their opponents, their team ■
work being especially good. Pollack
for the Agassis hoys, and Lewis for
Hope, were the start* of their refipoc-1
live   teams.
The Hope boys: Charllo Crosier,
Mr, lF. Lewis, Hugh Stowar. t, Fred
McLeod, Nolrt Spomgren and Fred
The Agassis boyB: Andy Pollack.
Clarence Mcltae, Herbert Roach, Geo.
Morrow, Willie Sumpter and Allen
"Afternoon lea in    'HOTEL BELLA VISTA
Friendly Village"   j    ASASSIZ'a c
m .        ■    MRS, PROBERT,  Proprietress
i   InUiliDll        E. PROBERT. Manager.
Tho English Church Junior Guild
met at the home or Mrs. Evan Probert, Saturday, March 1st. Mrs. j. S.
Turklngton was the only other director present, owlsg to sickness. The
girls did good wo 'k, eleven being
present. Tho hostesses for the day
were Miss Irlh Fozzard and Miss
Finances  Hubbard.
Miss Eva Green spent tlie week-end
with her mother at their home at
Agassiz. They motored to Chilliwaok
with her brother in his car on Sat
urday. Miss Eva is teaching school
at Dewdney, and before leaving she got
up a concert toy the children which
netted the handsome sum of 1110,
which went towatds the Library and
Ladles' Aid. The room was artistically decorated with roses, ribbons,
and electric lights.
Messrs. Leap and Whit,1 prospectors,
who have opened up a lead on their
claim , on /the Hop Mountain, where
they also have a vanch, have gone to
spend the simmer on the Coquahnlla
rlvef, in the vicinity of Jessica,
where they have some valuable mineral claims.
Novelty Dance
Huge Success
The residents of Agassiz and district will be Interested to know that
Miss Bernidetta Bourel was married
to Mr. Sydney Woods of Vancouver,
who is in the pumbing business at
Serf Inlet, where she has been staying  sime   time Past  with  her sister.
General Hardware
For Spring House Gleaning see us about Paints
and Varnishes.   A full new line of
both now in stock.
Have you noticed oor Window Display yet ?
Agassiz - Meat - Market J
I beg to announce that I have taken over the
above Market and intend to give a clean Sanitary Service with the best meats procurable
at moderate prices.
ROY WHELPTON,   Prop.      |
(Veterinary) for Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Swine.
75c. per lb. package.
Veterinary Healing Powder and Liniment.
We guarantee these preparations.
Kendor's Stock Remedies. Sur-Shot
Phone 42.     Druggist and Stationer,     AGASSIZ
The Leap Year Novelty Dance was
a grand success under the auspices
of thc Woman's Institute, and was
well attended, a number ot guesth
eoinxg from Vancouver, Sardla and
Arrangements were made with Mrs.
K. Henshaw and Mr. Jack Inkman tu
furnish tlie music, but Mr. Inkman
being unable to attend, sent a splendid substitute In Mr. E, Ba;ber, of
Vancouver, so with the piano and
saxiphone the music was everything
that could be wished for. The prize
waltz was won by Miss Vernlce McRae and Mr. Percy Ransom, The
Balloon Waltz almost ended in a
broken leg as well as1 broken balloon,
ns they all guarded their balloon so
well, eve; yone as well as the musicians were tired before It came to a
finish, but was finally won by Miss
Audria Martin and Mr, Wilfred Law-
son. The Carnival Circle was a tie
between three couples, therefore a
p:ilze was given to each as follows ;
Miss M. Dewar and Mr. Stanley Wilson, Miss Owen Stow and Mr. W.
Cameron, Miss Hannah Tranmer and
Miss Fnonces  Bensett,
Ladles' choice In dancing was a
feature of the evening, and they did
their part well.
After enjoying the refreshments,
dancing was continued until an early
E J. Webb
Oat Chop
Flour 49
Flour 98
R. Oats 20s
Phone 46
Tho Play  "Afternoon  Tea
ly    Village*'   presented   by   tht
Aid ol*  the  Methodist  Church
March, was a huge' nuccess, financially and otherwise.
The jjjlay opened with the first
scene In Mrs. Kelly's hlme BO yeare
ago, Mrs. li J. Webb as Mrs. Kelly
caused much men iment in her conversation with some lady friends ovor
tneir needlo work, Mrs. Mahy as Caroline Barton, and Mrs. A. Trenholm
as Mrs. DeVerq, Mrs. Whlttaker as
Jane Skinning, Mrs. Pennington as
Jemima Goodsense. The Family Album being produced, after much pres-
hnre, Mrs. Kelly condescended to show
some   of   the   family   pictures.   ,
On the front page was Mr. Hardy
as Grandfather Kelly. The next page
showed Granney Whelpton as Grandmother Higgs, and being a great
favorite,   received   much   applause.
Next came Mr. R. Henshaw and
Maud Bailey as Joslah Higgs and his
wife, newly married. Miss Edna Rich
mond then appealed on the scen« as
Arabella) and all agreed she looked
charming, except Jane Skinning, who
was sure she never could scrub floors
or get a man a bite to eat. Mrs.
Kelly then turned over a leaf and
showed her three sisters, May Bates
as Jane, Mabel Hunt as Caroline, Con-,
nle Chlpplngdale as Mary. Mrs. Spencer appeared on the next page ns
Brother Jake's wife, and was well received. Mrs. Kelly's four bro the: a
then appeared on turning to a new
page. Allen Spencer as John Thomas,
Ranaly Andrews as Rob, the Graham
boy as James. On turning over again
exposed a pirtralt of Miss Florence
Gr.taham as Mary Ann Smlthers, and
Silas Graham as her son Gorum.
The last but not least was Mr. Geo.
Ogllvle as Mrs. Kelly's old beau,
Which caused much sobbing when she
explained how be had died fo;- his
Betweojn acts, Mrs, LeFev're sang
"Just a wearying for yon" and wti*
Tlfe last act represented an old-
time quilting bee at Mrs. Kelly's, in
which the fifteen characters wer© ro-
represented by the following: Mrs,
Whlttaker, Mrs. Trenholmo, Mrs.
Mahy, Mrs, Gray, Mis. Geo. Smith,
Mrs, Jacques, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs.
Harry Wilson, MPS. Ann, Mrs. Ogil-
vie, Mrs. Horwell, Mrs. Henshaw, Mlsfl
SumptO't Mrs. E. J. Webb, Mr. Hicks.
Mabel Morrow, all who played their
parts   especially   well.
Mrs.. .'.'Horwell and Mrs. Hertehaw,
as Mrs. Good and Mrs. Vernon, caused much amusement when they appeared at the bee as two city folk.
Mra. Horwell took her- difficult part
very well, and Mrs. Henshaw read an
article on "Women's RlghtB." which
was well received, also Miss Winnie
Sumpter when she appeared as Miss
Aramlnta  Donally  with  her baby.
Mr. Hicks causo/d a great commotion
when he appeared at) the quilting bee
as Deacon Sykes and explained to thc
ladles what a lonely man he was.
This caused a rapid change In Jane
Skinning, who Immediately took him
In tow out Into the hall to talk It
Mm Horwell and Mrs. Henshaw
sang "The Old Oaken Bucket." The
bee then Jolnojd in some old choruses
which were well rendered, and Miss
Winnie Sumpter gave a tool tut Ion In
splendid  style,
Visit the Government Farm.
See Harrison Hot Springs.
E. D. Harrington
The Agassiz Shoemaker
All Work Finished by
Latest Machinery
BOOTS a specialty.
REPAIRS of all Descriptions.
Place Your Order For
with the
 Phone 33-G	
School Board is Vigilant
At the Agassiz School Board meeting held in the Central School, March
1st,  the full Board was in attendance
The usual business, such as teachers' salaries and accounts, were passed  for payment.
Tho application for 11000 for a
shelter and playhouse for the children was turned down by tbe Council,
also appoprtatluns lor conveying a
few children from outside districts.
This matter was fully discussed, and
ii was finally decided, owing to no
appropriation forthcoming; and, as It
left a wide scope for various other
expenditures frof other quarters, it
was decided to drop the matter, and
that Mn. Chaplin be notified that
tho.n* would be no further amount
granted   for  that  purpose.
Mrs. H. Haslam and Mrs. K. Crow-
attended the meetlsg with various requests, one of which was for a school
at the Harrison Hot Springs, as the
distance of five miles was considered too fan to send small children.
The Board thought their cances very
remote at present for having a small
school at the Springs, also that the
Government discouraged the building
of rural schools when school facf 1I-
ties of go high an order as Agassiz
wene available.
They also wished that more British
and Canadian history be taught1 in
schools. The Board were very pleased
to have visitors, and nil matters pertaining to order and education were
freely  discussed.
Harrison Hot Springs
UP   TO   MARCH   1st.
Mrs. Charles; Smith, Road No. 1, Phone
Kenneth  McBean,  Road  No.   10,  Phone
Arthur    Green,    Hot    Springs    Road,
Phone   47-L
Ed,   McRae,   Road  No.   5,   Phone  12-L
G.   Bailey,   Hot   Springs   Road,   Phone
Mrs.   W.   Thompson,     Road     No.     4,
Phone  44-Y
Mr. W. H. Biiougham nnd fishing
party of Vancouver, stayed at Deor
Lodge for tho week-end, and enjoyed
some very good sport. Mr, T. Darling, also of Vancouver, had a very
good string of trout. The fishing
from now on will be very good, wo
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Btefgenberger
accompanied by Mrs. Crowhurst, took
Mrs, J. Penney to the Chiliiwack hos-
pital,  to undergo an operation.
Last Friday a fire started In the
boiler room of the Lamont Sawmill,
Harrison Hot Springs, In the early
morning, which might have resulted
In a very serious blaze, had It not
been for the watchfulness of Mr. H.
Lamont, the engineer, who, hearing
something out of the common, hurried to tho scene, just In time to
prevent much damage.
Will be at the Agassiz Hotel. Friday of each week
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Dentistry in all its Branches. Extractions, Crown and Bridge
work.   Plates.   Latest Methods. METHODIST    CHURCH   ANNIVERSARY.
The Annlversn j of the Maple Rid :«•
Methodlsl Church will It observednn
Sunday und Monday, March Oth and
nn Sundny Hi.' sorvlce will ba hoi i
at 2:30 pm. wlion Rov. n. A, Ireland, If Now Wostmlnstor, will preach
Tho fating people's mooting In tho
<-.-i nlng, in 8 o'clock, will ho ol In-
torost, as h is- exported thai students
\t Columbian  College  will  havoohargo
On Monday supper will be served
by the Ladles' Aid In tho Longuo
room r om 0 p m, till 8 p.m., after
whloh Rev. J p. Westman will deliver nn Illustrated lecture <'n "The
Emerald Isle," Muslo will bo supplied
by  the  Pitt  Meadows Orchestra.
Of Inte the mosl nudnoioiis nnd
d;irin?r bank robberies are fnllowhur
each other in place nfler plnce ami
tbe cud is nol yet, It Is ns though
nn epidemic of such atrocities were
set for the civilized lands. Hut the
nnia/im; part is the success with
which these robberies nre conducted.
This bri.'i'  referent un  bul   deal
with one phase, thnt of protecting
tho money from lhe robbers. The
way money has been convoyed from
one bsmk to another seems us though
opportunity were especially afforded
for depredation. No precaution
seems to hnve been taken. Why
such neglect ?
All the larger centres to the south,
Chicago, Cincinatti, Buffalo, etc.,
talce wry safe measures. An armoured patrol of police precede, then
(■{tines the armoured ear with it:; nrm-
ed men as well ns the treasure, and
again nn armed force in an auto.
Fleet nutos nre available at a moment's notice to take up a chase, if
need be. The streets nre lined up
by specials in plain clothes nnd so
the funds nre, in safety, conveyed
from one place to another. This
careful precaution costs but a bagatelle to its saving of monies that
else might ruthlessly pass into the
hands of the crook. How many
more tens of thousands are to be
taken by these rascals before preventative measures are taken?
j       of tht series dealing with thc establishment of thc
iMNk of Montreal at representative points in Canada
 1 and elsewhere.
Mow much are we to endure from
"outside shows?" It would appear
that we are to be subjected to a seige
of this kind of thing—we hope not,
fur, such can but mean a loss to the
municipality and a by no means justifiable levy on the citizens* pocket-
Take a case in point. A negro
troupe came to Hammond on Tuesday
night, and, we understand they ure
intending to go through every pnrt
of Ihe district "showing." The principle of these outside shows is a vicious one for the most part, They
may be good, bad or indifferent, and
may never so severely impose tin the
citizens nnd rob the community. They
may not, like Topsey, even grow, but
just drift in, gather many sheckels
ami off again to Florida, or wherever
or which does not make things a bit
better, go through a lot of other locations, gather the unsuspecting, get
their hard earned money and then
away to the south — neck crop and
booty and all.
One such show is now going
through the district — some six of
them and judging from the attendance they got at the Hammond Theatre Thursday evening they will carry
out a vast deal of money without
leaving justifiable results.
Speaking for the show on Tuesday
night ut Hammond it was surely a
"catch penny." The dancing and
singing in tlie fullest sense belied
its name, proving below the dignity
of any ordinary entertainment. The
only redeeming feature was that of
one of the troupe poising a bucket
of water on his head and after that
a bottle — even this did not mean
much for edification and had little
to draw forth admiration. We were
reminded of a certain other show
where one paid a sum of money to
see "Bonaparte." Me went in and
snw only a bone apart and in another instance to see nn animal with
its hend where the t»il ought to be.
The animal wns just turned around—
faced backwards iu the stall. Citizens might well he advised that "all's
not gold that glitters" imd money
spent on these outside shows is often
Irretrievably lost,
Mr. II. DneUsteiider returned some
time ago from a business trip to
Seattle. Mr. G, A. Docksteader and
Sons are carrying on a large business
i:i Vennadon and their reckoning being with great timbers.
Mr, W. ('. Taylor of Regina, who
hist month was a visitor to Mr. Gage,
is now in Los Angeles but in lends
early to return lo Regina.
Grant's Mill is now away to activity.
Mr. McKinnon recently took a business trip to Edmonton, where his wife
and family are yet residents,
Mr. I'. Docksteader is again at his
post—G, N. K„ Seattle—after an enjoyable holiday at the old home here.
Read thc very helpful article on
en re of the teeth, by Dr. Sutherland.
It is worthy of the most thoughtful
Mr. Peterson's shaving parlors und
pool room attract many patrons.
The flood Roads Association is to
hold iis annual meel in Port Moody
on Friday. Ah this session will likely make history for the north side
of the Fraser we will expect to give
;in interesting report  In next Issue.
f HEN the Bank of Montreal opened its first office
in Quebec 106 years ago. travel between Montreal and
Quebec was mainly by stage coach, occupying three days
in the journey   The diJncuIttes and exigencies attending
travel were such that funds were only conveyed between
the two cities "at the first safe opportunity."
With the opening of this Quebec office, the Bank of Montreal introduced into Canada branch banking, one of the elements that has
contributed to the remarkable elasticity of the Canadian banking
system, winning for Dominion finance an enviable reputation in all
parts of the world
Of the Bank's 567 Branches, 83 are situated in the
Province of Quebec
Established over 100 years
Total Assets In excess of tfiSn.ooo.otie
Port Haney Branch:  J. GALT. Manager.
A  Public Meeting
will   be   HPlit   In   the
Oddfellows' Hall, Haney,
I"RIDAY,    MARCH   7th,
at H p.m,, In I lie Intercuts of the
Producers ot this district anil the
Vancouver City curb Market,
Free dlBOUS&lIn on ways untl means
of  bettering  market   conditions,
Meeting well be addressed by members of lho Vancouver City Council
nnd  present Stallholders on  the Curb
All   Interested  cordially   invited.
K.   W,   STARK,
Market   Cloilc.
To save your teeth look at the
gums, which should be healthy* pink,
firm nnd hard. If your gums bleed
when you brush your teeth; if they
are spongy and are pulling away
from the teeth; if they are sore when
apparently perfectly sound, beware of
Millions of good people have this
disease and do not know it. Soft,
bleeding, receding gums mean pyorrhea, which destroys the hone that
holds the teeth in place. The teeth
loosen and fall out, or must be extracted because their support is gone.
Do not think that you are immune
—that you are saved from worry because your teeth are perfectly sound
and free from decay. Dentists' records show that more well-kept, per-:
feet, teeth, sound in every way, nr«
lost from tbe ravages of painless pyorrhea than from decay and all other
causes combined.
Pyorrhea seldom hurts until so
far advanced that the gums ulcerate.
Of course, you do not want to wear
false teeth—a plate—all the rest of
your days. You know how uncomfortable these are. You know how
hard it is to fit false teeth to even
the most perfect mouth. Why run
the risk of discomfort when your
teeth can be saved, your gums healed?
Pyorrhea, or ltigg's Disease, conquered, your stomach, bowels, heart and
nervous system brought back to normal.
Your family doctor will tell you
that pyorrhea is often responsible
for many diseases such as rheumatism, neuritis, kidney trouble, etc.
These germs enter y$mr whole system
and undermine your health.
Doctors warn that nearly all germs
enter the body through the mouth
or nose. If your gums are healthy
and tight to the teelh there enn be
no Infection and germs cannot penetrate Into the system.
At tlie first sign of unhealthy gums
consult your deutlsi, Your natural
pearly teeth cannol he perfectly replaced by false teelh..
A person should have the teeth
cleaned every three months by a dentist, and a dose examination of alt
teelh to see if any are decayed. The
mouth acids—the chief cause of tooth
decay—are forming all the time. Only
the six tiny mouth glands can check
these destructive acids by Hushing
the mouth constantly, Full normal
flow from these glands neutralizes
aud washes away lhe acids as fast
as they form but the glands need
exercise «*
Soft foods have taken away the
proper exercise. The glands nre
slowing down and letting the teeth
decay. You must give your mouth
glands the help they need. Eat food
which will exercise and make the salivary glands How more freely and
keep the gums active.
tt is well when brushing your teeth
to brush the gums thoroughly. Nothing is more vital to your health and
happiness Ibnn the condition of your
mouth, Soft,     bleed ing    receding
gums   are   natures   first   warning   of
A vicious film clings to the teeth,
enlers crevices and stays. The tooth
brush alone does not end it. No ordinary  tooth   paste  effectively  com
bats it. Much film remains. Food
stains, etc., discolor it nnd then it
forms dingy coats. Tartar Is based
on film. Those cloudy coats hide
the teeth's luster — film also holds
food substances which ferments and
forms acid. It holds the acid in
contact with the teelh to cause decay. That's why so few escape tooth
troubles. Germs breed by millions
in film. They, with tartar, are the
chief cause of pyorrhea.
Final — Start immediately to get
your mouth into a normal, healthy
condition. Use a dent if rice which
is alkaline in reaction so as to neutralize the acids in your mouth. Use
a mouth wash and have your dentist
make an examination of your teeth
every six months. See to your teeth
in time, which means good health
and money in your pocket.
D,I).K.. L.D.S., D.D.C.
Tlie monthly meeting of the school
board was held in the municipal hall
last Saturday afternoon. All trustees were present, with Mr. T. Davison
in the chair, Mr. George (lower of
Webster's Corner was appointed janitor   of   Alexander   Robinson   School.
The half acre of Major Don. Martyn
was discussed and will bo decided on
at a special meeting on Saturday
when the municipality's solicitor will
be present. Tenders for the draining of the High School grounds will
also be acted upon. The school accounts for February amounted to $;i,-
200. The Department of Education
is to be asked regarding flags and
maps needed for several schools.
The annual trip of the trustees to
all thc schools is to take place next
Monday and Tuesday, when nil matters pertaining thereto will be carefully investigated.
Miss Ferguson, head of the telephone exchange; who hns been seriously ill with pneumonia* it? reported
very much improved.
"The Common Law." tbe famous
Itobert W. Chambers' novel has be»n
done int(«] pictures by tlu, Selznlck
Company and will be nliown at Hammond   Theatre,   Thursday,   March   GW>
To tbe story value perhaps tbe most
outstanding .feature, of tills production is its cast, which co-stars Cor-
Inne Griffith, Conway Earlo, nnd Tl-
llott Dexter, and carries in their sup
port such celebrated players as Doris
May, Hobort Boaworth, Mlas du| Pont,
Bryant Washburn, Phyllis Haver,
Harry   Myers  nnd  Wally  Van.
The story of "The Common Law"
Is so well known that It Is hardly
necessary to moro than briefly sketch
It. It hns to do with the life of an
innocent young girt, thrown quite by
chance Into the society of artists,
sculptors, and the Bohemian atmosphere which surrounds this class of
people. She consents to pos© in the
nude, mid achieves a Rront success
ns A model. Great love comes to her
and Is returned by the Artist who
first saw her possibilities, but any
union between them Is blttorly opposed hy tho artist, Neville's, family.
She finally offers to live with hor
lover as his common law wife, and
such a Hnson Is almost effected. A
dramatic conclusion Is Brlpplnffly and
realistically  handled.
World's Greatest Hair Grower
Grows ha'r on Inild lioals. Jt
must not be put where hiir is not
wanted. Cures dandruf and all
seal,) troubles. $1.75 per jar.
Agents wanted.
Advertisement9 In thii column mutrt bt
This Friday night there is a Good
Roads Convention at Port Moody to
urge the necessity of paving this side
of the Fraser. Delegates will be tn
attendance from Agassis to Port
Moody, and Maple Ridge will be represented.
We just know you adore a "bargain" ; most everybody does, and
even public utility companies offer
them.   .
Hold your Long Distance social
conversations between the hours of 7
p.m. and 8 a-tn., when we give you a
conversation lasting three times thai
of the day period allowed at the
regular rate to B.C. Teleprono Company stations. Now what could bo
more alluring ?
Call the "Rate Clerk" for charges
or  other   particulans.
British CoIumbiaTclephone Co
LOT^S   Ho.  33
I. O. O. P.
Meets every Wednesday evening at
I o'clock In the Odd Fellows' HaU
Ontario Street. Port Honey. Vlsitinc
brethren   corllaliy   invited   to    attend
H.   M.   Davenport,   Rec,   Sec.
W.  R.  Adams,  V.G.
J. Gait, NG.
Graduate TeacherPiano and Theory
Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory and Canadian Academy Exams.
rxotrm ea-Y
Tea and
lib. Nabob Tea
lib. Nabob Coffe*
for $1.35
niaru vnmt      von nsiy
Anyone having lost some money in
the Hammond Theatre, may havo
same by calling on Mr, James Kiddle
nnd  proving  possession.
HAY 1      HAY!    .HAY I
For  Sale,  balled  Timothy  and Clover
Hay,   mixed,  ai   111.00  u   ton.
Apply   at   once,
Phono   28-L Port   Hammond
One   Vlc-ior   Gramophlne   nnd   86   Records.      Fine    tone   machine.    $55.00.
C.   L.   WARNER,
Phone   14. Hanoi'
Good Aiito. In -best Of repair and
good as new. l<*lv»> passenger ear.
riieap. Enquire   nt
ron balb
Apply,      W,  J.  SPARLING/,
ron bale.
High   grade   Cream  Separator   "Viking   A,"   also   out-   Eureka   Crock   lto-
voiving   churn,   too   feet   1-lnoh   Galvanised  lion   Watorplpe   (now.)
Port   Haney.
Phone,   Hammond   25-M
ron SAXB
For Salo Cheap, Timkoys, 6 hens, 3
tonus, well-bred bronze ; 2 Plymouth
Rock Roosters, 3 hens; also Peter-
boro   16ft.   Sporting Canoe.
Sharp   Road,
80   rods  North  Dewdney   Trunk
ro* sax*
Gooa  family  cow. Apply
Phoae   57-L   Haney. Hammond.
Nine year old PERCHERON MARE,
weight about 1400. Good general purpose  horse. Apply
SETTING  EGOS    from   Wyandottts
(Martin strain) and Barred Rocks
(Rldgefleld strain). $1.50 for setting
Of   13  eggs.
Phone  2 Hammond
Hauled    anywhere    with    ton    truck.
Prices reasonable.    Apply
C. V.  COOK,
Phone   fl-X Pitt   Meadows
White Wyandottes from heavy laying  strain.    Also  Black  Minorcas.
Phone   63-L,   Haney.
II—   I    If IT      I     11        I ■   I ■ a—
•       TOB  SALE
A Good Buy, Pony, Harness nnd
Buggy, all in good condition. Weight
of pony 800'lbs., accustomed to single
herse plough. Apply
Purebred Black Minorcas (cockerels).     Apply   early
Port   Hammond,
**B       "Mjauawwaaawnwiai    —p-^—aaaaa    aaaj
Excellent Cooking Potatoes at 11.25
sack.               App)y
Phon«   37 F Hammond.
Prime Steer Beet.
Veal Pork Mutton
o    Sausages. /
The Jarvis Electric Co. Ltd.
898  Granville Street
Order yonr Electric Goods by Mall
Everybody seeks reliable service. That is why much custom
comes to:-
Black smithing
Wood Cutting
> asp.
At Your Service
Wherever you live.
Established 1907.
535 Clarkson St.,   Phone 278
Fully   experienced.     Patrons   always
satisfied.     Call   In.
Wood's Garage
Dewdney Trunk Road,
Phone 36 R Night or Day
Ford and Chevrolet Specialists
See  us   about your Electrical
Repairs  to  Batteries,  Starters
and Generators,
Watch and Clock Repairs.
Leave Repairs with
H. E. MeeKenzie, Hammond
Will Buy Dry Cascara Bark
..We wW take aUnwMof »»T
<U«<U»* allt. .SfluM Oaah
Vtteaa Jala,
at.   MRINOHA1U,
Pbaaa UL       Bex U, aUMWI, B.C.
Wilt also dl your Laundry.
Painting,     Kahoming
and Paperhanging.,
Wall Paper.  Paint,  Varnish,
Oils. Shellac, Enamel and
Coal Tar FOR SALE.
Estimates Given
All through Maple Ridge
On t ario Street, Haney
Phone 23
-J******************** $***4*g
Tint, mwtl iappUee
■•rrlee to all pane if tft<
.Mr.  John Cutter k>
] roadors, by roqueut, some account *■>!
Ills   una   Mr.   Chaniley'H   trip   to   Call-
j I'uiiiia and down tu Mexico, the whole
auto jaunt taking wis weeks,
After niotoriiij; to Davlavllle, thoy
took   Uie   (JoiiNt   route   for   thc   corn's*
' buck way. Berkeley, the neat of ;.n
11 ,-uoo-Htuilti.it university was ivisilt-
ed, after which Oakland wus reached
und lho journey mudo on to Selunas
Valley, where are Hollands, Hun Ber-
tildeno, etc., and for miles uroundvost
quantities of ripe navel and other
varieties  of  orangoa,
"We laid off," Mr. Cutlor nvorrsd,
"for Mine weeks in the nttrueUvo
town of Sun Louis O'Bisko," Soa
flailing una bathing hero moun us
much us nn outing to Bi<lgtiton or
Mauley Boaoh. Conditions nre Ideal-
It   Is after  getting  below   LOa   Angelew
tim largest quantity of oranges are
grown, in the neighborhoods of Rod-
lands,  Han  Bornldeno,   Upland,  etc.
An orange Fall) wus nil set and
tlu; bunting and decorations wero
flung far and wide, quite a mile on
one  street  alone.
"Proceeding we came to Imperial
Valley, which is 250 feet below sea
level. The lands of this Valley havo
to bo Irrigated, which Is done from
the Colorado river. There are some
eight   towns  In  this  valley.**
".Reaching the Mexican border we
saw no fine cities but rather places
that probably would be creditable to
neither side of the line—sort of flot-
sum   and   jetsum   towns."
Returning, after passing hoa Angeles, we hatU to pasa over the Ridge
route, 4,600 feet high, and the road
take**! on 1100 curves in a distance ot
40 miles. Tre view from the summit is wlide and exceedingly attractive."
"The prettiest towns that you met,
Mr.   Cutlei* 7"
"Medford, Berkeley, Santa Barbara,
were among the best."
They visited Sacramento, the capital, and, In all, scores of towns and
cities. They had the honor (?) of
seeing Dr. Coole of "getting bettar
every  way     and every  day"  fame 1
Mr. Cutler woe quite pleased with
the world-famous Mission of St. Gabriel, the leading pictures there showing tha history of the early Spaniard* St. Gabriel's Mission la not far
distant  from Hollywood
"What of tho roads ?"
Mr. Cutler replied that the worst
for the entire distance were a few
miles at this end, in proof of tho
good roads he Raid that barring a
smalt nail puncture they did not have
to change their tires for the whole
distance, going and coming. Like all
others, Mr. Cutler la glad again to
(be   back  In   Hammond.
Pitt Meadows, Feb. 83,
13d It or Gazette,
Some city Polk seem to think thai
the city has a corner on tht* enffly
spring weather. Not so fast, please.
Mere in Pitt nfetldpWB, twenl.v miles
up ttie I'Vaser Valley from Vancouver, spring began Jan. IS, Spiders
came out and began weaving I heir
webs, Gnats, Hies and an odd mosquito hnve been flying around ever
since. On the 17th of this month,
while buck in tny pasture, a large
mosquito had the audacity to li^lii
on my I mini und prepared to have
n good feed, when his* life pttid the
penalty for his nerve.
My little boy, 7 years of age, has
been bringing in wild (lowers lor the
past week. (ireen blades of grass
over six Inches in length enn be found
hy the hundreds. I think thut has
California heat for climate. The
'astern people do not need to cross
out of Canada to It ml California
uther, Neither do they need to
go to California to buy winter homes,
when hint] fitly miles out from Los
Angeles runs from five to ten thousand dollars per acre, und fur superior land in quality, for the production
of any kind of crops or fruit, of any
kind, can be purchased at Pitt Meadows from seventy-five to one hundred
dollars per acre nnd only twenty miles
out from the heart of the city of Van
This should be of great interest to
the people from the prairies who want
to get homes in n warmer climate and
don't hnve to leave our own good
country to find it,
i     The Big Event of the Season    f
W Gilcert & Sullivan's Popular Opera W
By Maple Ridge Glee Club     i
SATURDAY,    MARCH    1st,
8.15 p.m.
Adults 50c.
Reserved Seats $1.00
Children Half Price.
Prooeeds in aid of Charity.
Beading; Jfotloes for Entertainments
•tc, wine aa admlaaloa ofcarg* at
mad* or collection taken, an olaased
m adTertaMmants aad charged He.
par Una.
For Sale
Cyphet's Incubator, 400 size,
Buckeye Coal Brooder, 500 size.
Aladdin Lamp.
All in good condition.
W. MISENER, Yennadon
Prices from—   GEAR,
562 40th Aye. E., Vancouver
For Sale
Owing to my failing health, am
compelled to sell my entire Poultry Stock, prices ranging from
$1 up. Also Three Incubators,
Cypher's, 2-390, 1-240 egg.
Mare, express wagon, heifer
due to freshen, cultivator, single
horse plough, etc.
Tha rag-ular meeting* of Hammond
L. 0. L. Na. Die, am bald la the Foe-
aett hall at I o'olook p.m.' on Seeond
Saturday aad 4th Friday, each month
Visitors cordially Invited.
Wm. Hope, W.M.
W.   A.   Brooks,   R. S.
HAJTET   L.O.L.   No.   2816
The regular  meeting of above lodge
Is held In the Oddfellows hall, Haney,
first Tuesday In each month at 8 p.m
Visitors  cordially Invited.
Geo.  Hastle, W. X.
J. M. Campbell, R.8.
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the undersigned for laying tile drains on
Haney School grounds and for levelling ground and layln Uie at McLean
High School. AH tenders must he
marked ''Tenders" and reach the Secretary not later than Friday, Feb. 29,
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the Municipal hall, Haney.
The lowest, or any tender, not necessarily accepted,
See. of School Board
Single Comb White Leghorn Btby Chicks, Hatching Eggs, Cockerels and
No order too large or too small.
Write for price list.
The regular meetings of Hammond
L.O.B.A. No. 185 are held in the Fossett Hall, the second Tuesday of each
month at 7:80 p.m.
W.M.. Mrs. M. Macey, 'Phone 25R.
Rec-Sec'y, Mrs. J. H. Ritchie.
Phona Si.
Delighted Large Audience
Last Thursday the Agricultural
Hall, Haney, was well filled, the audience eager to hear the world renowned Cree Indian elocutionist, Miss
Nlokawa. Nor were any disappointed,
for In her almost a dozen selections
of very wide range, sho invariably
held young and old spellbound. Safe
to say, not one hearing this glf-.ed
and accomplished lady, .but would have
heard her at any cost, for hers waa
quite tho last wotM  In dramatic art.
Miss Nlckawa's stage appearance
was the embodiment of dignity, culture and genius'. Her delineation of
character was exceptionally fine ; her
volco and gesture ideal, and ahe had
the faculty of going right to the
heart* of her audience. In a word,
Rev. Mr. Clarke In arranging forMlxs
Nickawa's appearance hern, conferred
a Loon on the whole comrr.'i. Ity.
Others contributing to tho program
wero tho Mastens Aimer and Albert
Poole, Miss McClollan ami Miss Mc-
Camis nnd Mm H. S, Hol'l-vr. Tim
chair was occupied hy the Rev, Mr.
Apropos to stato that Mlwu Nllkawn
I'.'.ivos on the -ft fon a tw- i<r iiipo
years' lecture tour in Australia and
Pitt Meadows
At the meeting of tho Board ot
Trade a letter was read from tho
Secretary of the Now Westminster
Boord fatjatlng .that after a conference with the officials of the B.C.
Hire-trio Railway Company respecting installation of a lighting system
In Pitt MeadowH municipality, tho Co.
hud agreed to Hend two representatives tn confer with representatives
of the Pitt Meadows board, at the
quarterly meeting of tho Associaind
Boards of Trade of tho Frnser Valley
to bo hold In New Westminster In
Tho flnnnelal statement for the year
wns Submitted hy Secretary A. VI.
Sanderson, Mr. T), Donaldson presided.
The Boantf has made nrrnnerements
to jrlve a concert on tho evening of
March 8th.
"When They Hare Gone"
The past comes up—childhood
day»—happy hours by the fireside—their hopes and jeys—
and  trials,  too.
You can keep the memory of
their names forever fresh by
giving some little part of the
blessings you now enjoy towards a permanent memorial
In   everlasting   stone.   .
We are still waiting to hear from
those who could gladly assist in
forming a local band. Four are now
ready at Albion. Can we not get the
full quota of members and at an early date have our own Maple Ridge
band ? Shall all get in touch with
the   Gazette   office ?
A. E.
Phone 38 Y
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Optional Routes—Side Trips—Stop Overs
Blue Funnel Motor Line Ltd
R. H. STEPHENS, Manager.
Leave Webster's Corners 7.50 a.m. 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 10.30a.m., 2.00p.m., and5.30p.m.
Leaves Westminster Saturday and Sunday 10.30 a.m., 2.00 p.m., 4,30 p.m., and 9.00 p.m.
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Phone 15 Westminster 601 Agassiz Record
Printed by The Valley Publishing "io,
Hammond, B. C.
J. JUN1UR DOUOAN, lOdltor.
Subscription: fl.50 per annum
Advertising Itatea :
Dlbploy   Ailvt.   (truiiHltnt) inch   36c.
Display Advt (contract) Inch 26c
Readers, per 11^0 lOc.
Legal   Advertising,   12c.   lino  firm  Insertion, He subsvipuont Insertions.
WEDNESDAY,   MARCH   5,   1024
The Rev. and Mi's. Turklngton are
expected t0 return from Vancouver
today, accompanied by Mrs. Turklng-
ton'.s  mother,   Mrs.   C.   Loewen.
Capt. nnd Mrs. Logan motored home
from Vancouver yesterday, where they
had  been  spending the  winter. ,
Col, Boultbee iqf expected home from
Vancouver the first week in March,
and Mrs. Boultbeo will follow shortly.
The Colonel has been in Vancouver
for the past threo months, IrScolvIng
medical treatmnt.
The Municipal Board of Works will
visit Hammersly Prairie, Wednesday
the 5th, The farmers of thnt district will bo pleased to hear this, as
pood roads usually follow this energetic body.
My, and j<Mrs. Maynard Fooks, of
Hammond, are being- congratulated on
the arrival of a fine baby boy, of
which the prandparents, Mr, and Mrs.
Harry Fooks, of Agassiz, arc naturally very proud.
Mr. EJ. Barber, of Vancouver, was
in Agassiz t0 Play the saxophone for
the  Leap  Year  Novelty  Dance.
Mr. R. Qlendennlng, entomologist,
has just returned from Ottawa, where
he has been for some time on departmental   business. ,
Mr. Elsey, of Vancouver, is spending the week-end here, and took In
the Leap Year Novelty Dance with
Mrs. Elsey, who is teaching In the
Agassiz Public School.
The Misses Chase, of Rosedale, at-
tendel the Leap Year Novelty Danco.
Miss Laura McPherson was up from
Vancouver! where she is attending
Normal, and was at the Leap Year
Novelty Dance.
Miss Owen Stow came up from
Vancouver to attend the Leap Year
Novelty Dance.
Miss Dorothy Stow returned from
The C.P.n. has rebuilt and enlarged its milk stand at Hogg's
Crossing, preparing for- a large shipment,  which is Increasing rapidly.
Mrs. Ashton Jones Invited a few
friends to a social afternoon. An en
joyable time was spent nnd delicious
refreshments served, the hostess assisted by Mrs. J. Busselle. The guests
were Jl'V*. Wm. Clark, Mrs. J. Hocking, Mrs. Pennington, Mrs. S. Huntlngford, Mr* A. Ogllvle, Mrs. J, Busselle  and  Mrs.  C.  W.  Young.
Mrs, McKlttrick, Mrs. Dnrraugh,
Mrs. Beasly and Mi is. Frank Beasly,
spent an enjoyable afternoon at the
home of Mrs. A. A. McDonald, Hammersly   Prairie,   Thursday   afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Rasmusscn have taken
the place formerly owned by Mr.
Humphrey1, and are employed by Mr.
Eckert of the White Farm.
Mr. Wm. McPherson, his son, nnd
Miss S. Plpeor are coming from Vancouver to attend the Woman's Institute Novelty Dance tonight,
Thq annual meeting of Agassiz Lawn
Tennis Club will be held in the Dominion Experimental Farm office on
Monday, March 10th, at 8 p.m. There
is Important! business to he discussed.
Sir Jnmos Douglas Chapter I.O.D.E.
will hold a fecial meeting Friday
afternoon, March 7th, nt Mrs. Arthur
Green's home. ,
A very enjoyable evening wan spent
by fi'iewts at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Mm R. Boynton on the Hot Springs
road. Music an] dancing were tho
principal fentures, after which dainty
refreshments wero  served.
Messrs. HOGG BROS, wish to announce
that they have cancelled their Auction Sale
which was to be held on the 12tli of March,
on account of having disposed of their herd
of Milk Cows to Mr. J. S. McPhee, of Lulu
Harrison Lodg
Will bounder the management that Maple Leaf Inn was
last season. Visit us in our new home. We assure
100 per cent service.   Launches and Row Boats for hire
A. W. Wooton,
Harrison Hot Springs
ere an
M.initola is perhaps the moat
marrying province in* Canada. For
i:i;.a'.ii!s, hi Oi.tario, there were 24,-
..71 marriages in 1321, a rate of 8.6
per 1,000, while in Manitoba it waa
1.7 per 1,000 of its 010,000 population.
East'jnund steamship travel from
Canadian ports via Canadian Pacific steamships is heavier at the
present time than for several years
past at this season, a recent report
declares! Bookings in some instances
have run as high as 70 per cent increase over those of last winter.
There wns nearly $160,000,000 in-
crease in the total trudc of Canada
for thc first five months of the current fiscal year, according to a return made by the Department of
Customs and Excise. The total
trndo uf the Dominion, according to
the return, for the five months ending with August, was $785,000,000,
as against S02tl,000,00(l during the
same period a year ago. Imports
during tho period were abni:! J. ";J,-
000,000, us against &303.00C 000 a
ye'.ir nro, while experts of Canadian
produce rose from $316,000,000 approximately to $880,000,000.
There is a heavy demand lor
bushmen, according to the Government Labor Bureau at Montreal.
The big lumber companies have been
engaging men for the bush, and tho
prospects are that the demand will
be sufficient to make fall and winter conditions good. Wages paid
this year hy the lumbei companies
nre higher than last year, the rates
paid being $40 and $45 a month,
whereas a year ago tlie schedulu
was ('own to $26 a month.    .
According to a recent official compilation, out of every 100 people in
C'.nada 61 live on farms. The 70,-
Ol/O farms in Canada represent a
j--oss worth of $700,000,000 or about
£10,000 per farm, and produce an
annual revenue of nearly $1,500,000,
an average income per farm ef $2,-
000 yearly.
From the opening of the crop
year, September 1st, to the official
closing of navigation, December
12th, thc Canadian Pacific Railway
reported the heaviest marketing of
grain since the inception of the road.
Cars loaded by the company aim
created a record for the aeason, having numbered 116,232. Grain marketed topped the 200,000,000 bushel
Thirty-seven per cent of all automobiles in Canada are owned by
farmers. Ownership of the balance,
according to recent statistics, ia
made up as follows: business men
and brokers, 16 per cent; salesmen,
and travellers, 16 per cent; professional men, 8 per cent; laborers, 4
Ser cent; contractors and livery men,
per cent each, and miscellaneous
and no occupation stated, 13 per cent.
When the Canadian Pacific liner
"Empress of Canada" left New York
on January 30th for her great
round-the-world cruise, she was the
first Canadian vessel eve:- to commence such a voyage carrying a
regular bookstall in the charge of
experienced attendants, in addition
to a free library. The stock includes
many excellent recent books on
travel, which will enable passengers
to prepare themselves for the foreign lands thry will visit, as well as
a large number of novels by the
best-known authors.
General Carpentry in all its
Sash and Doors.
All Doors Mortised
Broken Glass repaired
Phone 44R P. O. Box 131
Water Colour Paintings
Animals a specialty
Ideal Wedding Gifts or House
Box 172, Agassiz.      Phone 37X
C. Warbnrton Young
Of the total wheat exported from
Canada in November, amounting to
64,186,303 bushels, by far the greater
proportion went to the United Kingdom, which took 43,315,391 bushels.
Tha United States was second largest importer of Canadian wheat,
taking 8,010,143 bushel*. Italy came
next, taking 4,013,152 bushels, and
Greece next, with 2,006,430 bushels.
Tha exports of Canadian wheat to
France during this period amounted
to 1,328,368 bushels and to Belgium
1,076,216 bushels. Those to Germany totalled 129,320 bushels,
In tha keenest competition, embracing entries from all important
agricultural districts of the North
American continent, Alberta farmers
won 43 prizes at the recent international stock and grain show at
Chicago. Two grand championships
—wheat, Major G. H. L. Strange
and oats, J. W. Biglands—went to
the province. Major Strange waa
also first with white field peas and
Nunemaker Brothers, of Brooks,
firat with red clover seed. Major
Strange's success is especially remarkable as he has only been a
farmer four years.
The latest statements of the earnings and expenses of the Canadian
T icific Railway show that the strong
position of that organization has
been well maintained, and that a
steady improvement has been
achieved, in spite of the difficulties
of the past few yean. The flgurea
for December show gross earnings
of $19,130,674, working expenses of
$16,130,646, and a net profit of Ur
066,127, an increase of $491,822 over
that of December, 1922. The 1928
totals show gross earnings of $195,-
837,083, working expenses of $168,-
868,078 and a net profit of $87,479,-
010, an increase of $1,177,819 over tha
total earnings of the road In 1922.
Not earnings for this year were the
highest since 1917 and gran sailings the highest since 1920.
Harrison Mills
Harrison Mllsl Feb. 28.—A very
pretty wedding was solemnised at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, Kirby
on Tuesday afternoon, when their
daughter, Mlsa Emily, wa8 married to
Mr. Frank Kennedy, also of Harrison
Mills, the KeV. Jas. Dewur officiating. The bride was charming in a
dress of white satin, covered with radium lace, wearing a veil, and carrying a bouquet of white carnations
with orange bloshlm an$ maiden hair
fern. Miss Mory Ktrby, sister of the
'bride, acted as bridesmaid, attired in
imle blue crepe de chene, and carried
n bouquet of pink carnations and
maiden hair fern. Mr. Alex. Kennedy
brother of the bridegroom, wfts best
man. The house was decollated with
a ereen bower, In the centre a white
bell, under which the happy couple
wore   united   In   Holy  Matrimony.
The groom's gift to the bride was
a black fox fur, and the bridesmaid
a dainty brooch, to the gest man a
pearl tie pin.
A dainty luncheon was served, the
table being decorated with roses and
carnations, after which the happy
couple left on the 7:30 for Vancouver, the bride becomingly gowned In
a travelling suit of fawn with 'brown
hat and ceil. They Intend making
their home at Harrison Milts on
tiu'ln return, Tho bride was the recipient of many very beautiful presents*
Among the Invited guests were the
following: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kennedy, parents of tho groom ; Mrs. J.
Penney, Mr. and Mr, H. Stelngfinbor*
ger, Maste/* Hiuivey Steigenberger,
Harrison Hot Springs; Miss M:iy
Bates; Agassis j Mr. Alex. Kennedy,
Mr. Earnest Kennedy, Mr. Fred Kennedy, Mr. Harold Kennedy, Miss Kth-
el Kennedy, Master Leonard Kennedy,
Miss. Eunice Pickens, Miss Mabel Anderson*-, iMr. and Mi**. H. Anderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Wllkenson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Couch, Miss Edna Couch, Harry and
Edna Anderson» Mns. Wnu, Mrs. II.
Stewart, Mrs. S\ Duncan, Miss Hill-
house, Mr. Willie Duncan, Mr. Ah-x,
Duncan, Mr. Jamep Duncan, Mrs H'ff*
gens, .Tlmmilo Hlggens, Miss Edna
Dewhurst, Mm W, Davlos, Thomas
Davies, Mr. and Mrs. Hart, MA JIh.
Klrby  and   Mr.  and  Mrs.   Hutchens.
Lost between MM, Spencer's homo
nnd Agricultural Hall, Monday, 3rd
March, a Cameo Brooch. Anyone find
Ing the same will bo suitably re-
warded on returning It to Mrs,
BARRED HOCKS—Hatching Eggs
and Day-old Chicks. Dominion Experimental  Farm  strnin.
Phone   G0-M Agassi)!,   B.C.
I he bectae 1 axi
Ready to take you regardless
of the weather
whether on Business or Pleasure
We meet all tra'ns for Passengers, Baggage
Express and Transfer
Ornamental and Structural Iron Work.
Manufacturers of Canadian Miller Gas Lumber Carrier.
B. C. Distributors of F W D (four wheel drive) Trucks.
Office & Works, 66 Tenth St. New Westminster, 6.C.
Wants year Xnsnranet Basins ss whether It la lira Insurance, Anto-
mobllo Insurance, Accident an! Sickness Insurance, Plat* Glass Insurance, or any ether Haul of Insurance. .If It la Insurance, wc
write It, and can quote you the Lowest states obtainable la
In the Province. We have fifteen 'old and tried" Insurance Oo's.
William atoAdam Is la your District twice a week, and will be glad
to call and sse you.
Phone, write, or oali aad see
ess, Columbia Street, Hew Westminster, B.O
Royal City Laundry
A Near-Ready Wash consists of an eo.ual number of six
or more pieces of flat and body clothes, exclusive of socks
and handkerchiefs, with a minimum amount of 13 lbs. for
$1.00; oyer that 8c. per lb..
The Pleasure of Trave 1
is fully realized on the lines of the
Canadian Pacific Railway
Twenty-four hours in the beautiful
Canadian Pacific R ckies
Through transcontinental trains daily.   Electric lighted
sleepers and compartment observation cars.
For full particulars and reservations, apply to any
Canadian Pacific Agent or General Ptissenger Department
Vancouver, B.C.


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