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 .*���������."<-' ,;vy^$,aj  m<  '{ml*  I If  ! SIM  I  J k  I  If  ���������v.   '     <?   >*  %������  ^  ./<:^X-.^-.:C  i^  Vol. IV., N6. 4.  ABBOTSFORD, B, C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 1, 1911  8      ,    $1.00 PER YEAR  Km  NEVV MERCHANTliiE FIRM  out For business.  , In these the growing days of Uic  future greatness of the Fraser Va1-  ley, including its numerous  small  towns, there is excellent opportunity for business, each new settlor  meaning increased -sales  of     diy  goods, groceries,- boots and shoes.-  etc., for there is a' good class of  people   talong   v.,p- .small   aceage  farms in  'all  parts .of   the  valley.,  A   few .yie,ars   ago,-7^{before 'the  days of. the B. C. E.'R. and "the'pres  'O'pjt ���������increased* 'prosperity fa   few"  ���������s1'ores- were ' sufficient   t,o ' supply  the, paople wi*"h the n-?ces~a"i?s and  comforts of life, but' the business  houses are growing apace with1 the  population���������perhaps  a   little"'     a-  head, still it is a . remlarkable fact.  that the number of business failures of the Fra'ser.: Valley are very  small  in' comparison (w^th   imany  other ' districts. ';.)������������������'    ''     ,>   '     '>.- ���������  The Cdope^^eldo'n Company of  'Clayburn isfoihef'bt' the latest mercantile ho'uses'to open lor'business  and' 'selddm-.jdoes, /any'','firm-, start  ��������� brighter ��������� pr ospecftB-^fieado? them.,  than does'this yo'uhg.'fifnj with its  modern  store;, energetic/manage-  ,'ment and 'fine general assortment  .of the kind of goods, that are most  in demand by, the prosperous farm  ,m'g. community and:well to do villagers.-   , ,  .A   visit'��������� to the .store  will show  ' the most' casual observer. ihatvit  must be under capable management  and that the proprietors -Messrs ���������  Seldon arid Cooper know how to  play their goods to advantage, and  so that the public can examine '  Here and -.here "throughout .',he  store are to be found samples'of  goods, with the prices marked  so that people can see just what  ,lhey can buy for their moiry. H  is remarkable what a ' little spa^e  lo spare arid-good taste comb'ned  with judgment can do in,'the way  .;������  display   in   a   general  store.  The building occupied (hy the  store was recently built aud covers a ��������� ground space of 77 x 33  first: (Storey ,is occupied by , the  store and offices while/the second  is divided into living rooms. The  material used in the .building was  manufactured by the- clay works  a-. Clayburn, and is - a handsome  and imposing building.  The proprietors are men .of experience as well as of enterprise1,  and their long experience in the  east with up-to-date business hous  es should stand them in gooHl stead  iu their dealing's with the public of  Clayburn and vicinity. Mr. Cooper was ifor a nfumfber of ye,ars  with the John Kay Company of  Toronto, dealers in House Furnishings. Ten years -with such ary old  established firm should guarantee  to the people of Clayburn that,  ihe gooas kept at the Clayburn.  store should be right in, regard to  price and quality. Mr. Seldon was  iur many years with the St. Charles  Cream Company /of Ingersoll, Ont  This dominion "known business firm  no.:doubi 'gave Mr; Seldon plenty,  of opportunity to take advantage  of the principles of running a successful business institution. These  in ..will introduce into the? preisen ���������  I miners no doubt.  The people of Clayburn should  hs proud,of their new store and  CLAYBURN   ITEMS  _j   - i. - ��������� !������?|  Messrs Cooper, Seldon Company  have purchased the Clayburn  boarding house a/nd expect to next  spring erect 'a building a3join"ng  their store to be used as a board-  ing house. ,  Aibotat   a   dozen   new  ''.'Uillings '  have been erected in Cla/'juia this  year. ~ ',,  Clayburn has a public bath and  W. Dwyer is'the owner.  BIRTH���������To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur  Barker,   a   'son.  BIRTH-To Mr. ������nd Mrs. '.R. W.  Reid,   a , daughter.  Dime Rumor has that two, of our  popular young people will engage  the minister 'for a few minutes at  an fearly   dalte.  ���������. ' ' Watchi  wait and listen.  THE MARKET.  PURVEYORS TO iHIS MAJESTY  The Kootenay .Jam' , Company,  Limited' inform this paper ' 'that  .they have been honored with a  Royal Warrant, of Appointment  as-Purveyors to His Majesty King  George V.   \     '   '���������    ." ' ' -  .' ���������. not; verY sporty"  A   great, deal of indignation has  been expresed by the farmers, says  the .Chilliwac  ^Progress,   through  out the valley at the lack of sport  manifested  by. 'a-nuinbcr .of  gunners who toak advantage  of  the,  snow and the defenceless state, of  the .game, and potted off- all tlie  pheasants they could come across.  Theisnow covered what fo!/d the  birds could gather around the field  and were forced to seekf an'exist-  ence along the roads aud  in the  farm yards.   In this exposed state  they were an easy mark  for the  ;unsporty pot hunters., The    far?  inera point out the fact, that in the  close  seasons  when  the   snow   is  deep  and  coverinng  the  .ground,  they have had every opportunity  to .destroy the birds as they came  about the bafna to be. fed with the  tame barnyard fowls, but they, refrained on account of the, benefit  that the game is to' the valley, and  in their respect to  the efforts of  the  authorities  who   were   assisting   in   the   improvement, of   the  stock.   They .pdint  out  too,  that  several  who  are  fe.  authority are  not free from the blame  and instead v\pf   seating   the   p'foper ex  ample in the protection  of     the  game in times of storm, were guilty of pot hunting.   It lob&s  . as  though the indignation of the ranchers is perfectly justified.  Westminster has attractions for  some of our young men, aoni some  take the evening, tram With the  pretence of attending .lodge thai  evening. There is .an old saying  about a   poor excuse.  >  We start' out new serial story  this issue and trusts our readers  will appreciate the efforts we are  making to give in small sj>ace     a  pajper   worthy   to   be   patronised.  the enterprise displayed iby The  Cooper Seldon Company .which added to the other business institut  ions should /serve the people well  so that there will be no .need--:of  sending to eastern departmental  stores for ithe comforts andi luxm-  ies of life, ; '��������� .  Offerings on the New \V lo'cminB-  ster on Friday mornine 1*";' 'wvre  far in excessvof the .lurajji' ol early buyers but towards noon the  crowd of shoppers greatly increas  i ed arid the'market wa spractically  denuded of retail goods; at high-  Celery waB very plentiful, at retail, was of goba quality; aridsoid  readily. Other, vegetables , we're  ecarecebut sold at the usual'prices  At wholesale, vegetables were very  numerous and the, prices ' varied  considerably with, the whims and  inclinations of the. sellers and, buy  ers but the ayerage was maintained. Quite alarge number of apples was offered at wholesale at" $1  per box, and all of them1 sold at an  early hour. Fruit at retail did not  fare, s .owell although the ��������� priceB  were about the esm'e as. usual.   The  -meat offerings at wholesale w^ie  not very large, beef, mutton, Veal  arid-pork'were offered On thVmai-  ket in'ialmaH .quantities-, though the  prices were unchanged; 'Wild duck.  ������old at ;������rom 40/ce,nt������-..per     brace  for teal to $1.10 pei\ brace for milliards. Plucked chickens were far  more plentiful than usuaT'. and; sold  at 25 cents per pound.   Eggs at retail went up five cents,per dozen  and none were quoted at wholesale  Butter dropped from .45. cents to 40  cents  per; pound.   'Honey      ag3in  made its appearance,on the market  and sold as usual at. 25;cents, per  comb.   No change .was noted in the  prices of fish, and the only addition to the '.vvariety was smelts.  Flowers were -not very .numer-^  erous only, two stalls being- in op- ._,  eration and the only flowers they  had were , cry|san,themums, which  sold at from fifty cents to a dollar  a dozen, and carnations, which  sold at fifty cents pen' dozen.  Poultry offerings were more numerous than usual thougn thi class  was not very high. .But little  change was noted in the prices and  the buying was not as brisk a,sit  might have been. There were no  geese on the market and there was  but .one crate of live' turkeys,  which sold at 30 cents' per pound,  live weight. More than a 'score of  little pigs were offered for sale and  each of them, brought $4.50. They  ���������sold quite readily.  Following are the quotations for  the  day;  WHOLESALE MEAT-  Veal, smair .-���������.....-..��������� il 1-2 to 12 l-2c  Veal,   large          9c to 10c  Mutton   10c to 11  Pork, per Is   121-2t'ol3  RETAIL MEATS-  Beef, best rib roasts ��������� 15c to 18c  Beef, loin  ���������     22c  Beef, round steak  18c  Boiling Beef ��������� ��������� ��������� lOct o 14  Pork   ������������������    .������i8c to 20c  Mutton, ��������� ��������� ��������������������������� 12c to 20  Young Lamb...................... I5e to 20  Dressed chicken, per ib ���������-...-   26c  VEGETABLES,   Retail-    ,  Vegetable  Marrow ������������������ ��������������������������� 10c  Carrots per sack��������������������������������������������������������������� 75c  Onions  per sack��������������������������������������������������������������� 1.75  Onions, S lbs for ��������� ���������-25c  Green, Corn, doz -������������������-....... .........5c  Cabbaga each ���������-:  6c to 10c  Potatoes,  sack���������   $1.3ii   to   $l.-i0  Carrots, bunch ���������.....������...........  5c  Beets, bunch -������������������������������������.................... ^q  Turnips,  sack   75 to 85c  Parsley,' bunch ������..,.....,,���������.������.,,  jjc  ~ *,-i -^v^i <.w^mm^^^^^^&m^^^,^m^i T#B ABBOTSFORD POST,  ABBOTSFORD, B. &  3BK  TimsBTaa  SB  THE ABBOTSFORD .POST/U  ,'    .     /,*. *,  Published   every   Friday   by  'tlie,'Post  r> ,.';..PubUslilnB,1Conipi'"y.     '     ���������,'; ���������  .   A WPOljj'v''Journal devoted W ��������� tho j inter-'-  ������Hts of Abbotsford and suu uridine dis-  tivlct.      "���������'' '��������� ' ���������       '.' '  AdvortlHiriff Hatea made know  plication.  ���������LkGAL ADVERTISING���������12 cents 'per  line fdr fli'Ht.'i-nseiJtloni arid-S^centB ,a������im������  for all Hubsoquent uonsouotlve Inner  Onr ������(liibfeolcitu���������Neither for nor affln'  tbe   Qovornmont.  OUCXXXXXXXXXXX50C>OOOOOCKXXX^OOOOOUUOtX)UOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  "n ap-  By Aetp?i Seymour  m"   boooooobocoooc<xxx>oo^  ������U''   (Copyright by Publishers Press Ltd.)    "���������* ���������������"������4r is worm, standing   You  j.' >-i  anror  alsam o  em wounds>ian  Jm  floi]  fue  KM  Ihii  rr!  S������  ,  ,���������  1?  2  3  4  5  6  7  0  <)  10  1!  12  13  11  15  16  \7  18  19  20  |21l  22  M  Hf  25  26  27  28  29  30  _L'J Ii'IL!���������������������������)��������������� .W.VJL'U'l'iaHlUH"  BHrtHnmBUUEM!  FRIDAY,   DECEMBER I, 191  -.- rr.-.-y fy;,  Love laughs  at '.others  than  lock-  . smiths! He mocks the plans of Bober  business.  , : The Great TniBt Co. Bald:  "do!"  ���������The girl!pleaded: "Stay."  The Great Trust Co.'s commnnd Imposed months of exile in the Bhadows  of   the  big   woods.    The   girl   askod  only for a few hours before that cxllo  was  begun.  The Great Trust Co. was Impersonal and curt; a corporation with  tentacles so fur-flung that, though  tho soul of it was hot where Its  mighty schemers wrought In secret.  Its extromities,. that aid Its will In  .-execution, were cold and callous.  But  the   girl   was  not, Impersonal.  are something of an experiment with  us. We want you,to go'through with  those men on the,fly, and report your  opinion as to the future; it Isn't sawmill business with us, you undoft <���������nd.  We could throw away a twenty-flvo-  tiiousand-dollar sawmill a few years  from now and not. feel It. But a million-dollar pulp mlII <������, a different  proposition. That av.ohors us. Wc  want your opinion of prospects, oi  needs In the conservation line, pi  plans for replenishing ��������� what ta  take nt present, and what to leave.  It's,' scout. ;w;ork, you understand. Legs  and. oyoR. ���������/ You seem to have good  logs!"  It was the first tlmo the little man  had  shown, that he noticed  the  per-  B. J. GERNAEY  P. O, Box 45  Abbotsford, B. C. .  !��������� -Li.'-L-t 1J.J ���������UliJJU.'.'U'M  LIVERY AND FEED STABLE  /."he B. C. Conservatives at. then1  annual convention last weclc  pass  .  ed a   strong 'teso.lution  regarding /rears were  In  her eyes,  though her   BOnailty of' this  now' nervarit o'  the  ' ' the .shipment of American fruit in-' ������P?   P.������"-tcd  whon. ho  strove against   Great Trust Co.  '   f������'r.������������������^n' nn^f''wiii titV^Vhp mnt her  urein������8-    And   she .was  so   cozy       George  flushed   and   got  upon   nlo  to Canada, and will take up ine mat n  it   * ������          'u *_        , ���������,,                           ,  -; and. small thatt,he could have hidden    foet.    The refcrenco  to  the personal  ter with the \ddhnini;on government her in ,his arms/whore she stood on ' Boomod   to   ln-dlcato   that   the   super-'  ' with a   vie^' to having aome'.ol the the station platform ��������� and with dlf-   fhtendent  hud   finished   his   business  present  a'D^se's'-stWight'ehed'   -out 'lculty, kept .himsolf, from  doing  so.    talk.      '  .    We are pleased to 'see that they And' .^ft, h?J: hand;3,  crent.. lnto       "������������������ I am not to- stop for actual  t V-'  '-'ti.-"' : ' 'V* -     "'  '���������������- ������,������ ���������' ^e-,?orSP!: th.e huge, .cold, Impor-   plotting and measurements, sir?"  , are taking, this, matter iip,. as we ��������� .   <*���������    <  '..���������  ���������   ...���������..>.,;.              v               .  believe there, is an excellent! opportunity for the government to  do something" that'will -benefit/ this  Having purchased the interest of Mr.D.  McKenzie I am prepared to give the  best of satisfaction as to prices and  comfortable rigs. Sbables, open day  night to do business.  I solicit your patronge.  H. McKENZIE, prop.  sonal corporation,, let the train go on  without him, went'ho.me. with her In  that everlasting'partnership 'of two  ��������� and lost twenty-four hours.    And  "Mr. George, we have a million or  bo acres bought, and more than a  million under consideration. The  word 'stop'" doesn't belong with your  job.. Wc arc hiring only a few pairs  .of eyes.instead of an, army of caliper  .,    ���������.    lj;  ;   , ��������� .        what twenty-four lost hours meant in  _ province, where tfhe fruity industry <��������� ^ ^.^ ��������� ^��������� ^ Qf ^ north  ...is. still.in itynfancy.. It .is sure in   country  he'discovered   after he  had "chaps.' The caliper fellow "follows you  theinterestsVqf.B. C,rfruit-g.ro"wers'  left the girl. '    when   you' have .reported.    Will  you i;  that" Ame'rican'fruit .should be sent       Harry George had some sort of ex-   kindly' pay ' very   strict   attention   to';  ���������   ���������     ii. ''���������{"��������� -':"i ������fi. ^r fu:BJ r,*n,Tinr.a    cuse for not realizing what penalties    these last words of mlne?'They're the .';  into ihe.'markets of this, province;----.-.- ��������� vi "'*"-   -'ii'-- .���������-������������������'.- ,-��������� -       .   .   -       -���������!,������������������       ���������������������������-,���������       , <  ���������\r    :-.    r, ���������>-���������. ,-, ���������' :,.,..��������� ^    ....,    '   L  tnl8 delay on his  part incurred,  for   important part of your instructions.",  .. ..aud'.lKe prairie provinces by ,9001..^.^^ been '.wai tin ? three weeks for       George,' towering with his' six feet'!  ,   rpLy.ing<rwi!.h^,.the^ of   laws;, the Great Tr,ust ,Cp. to', decide, on his   of sturdy manhood.over the little" man \  '������������������������������������ VVe are not-alone, in, that.   It .was' application..,    But   a   young' forester, who squinted at'him, "bowed.  --opinion'ofthe'rmaiority,orthe;peo- .^ot-^e insistent.    . .     ; l "You arW going Jnto a. queer place <  ....r. f ---    ������������������ ���������    -, -        -   , ''   ln������ -brain-and. heart-of the-Great   ��������� the Great Trust country ��������� where'  ;;ple of Canada at-the-recent elec-   Trust Cp   are m  Montreah    Granl[e --th- ;^^ tQ->be st-ange- cony{tIoil8:'    wf  .tion'.'^Vehope Bor.den.and h'-s* fol ' andf mystery surround. The mystery,/juat 'at* present./.,You" are not" to^in-,. V  -~ lpwers-pile.^p the.duty!'on A'meri- has many; names. ; Its;agents in the "tef.est yourself ifi";those cdn'ditiqns, or;'*f*  '���������'    'H" e'.',.:*���������'+~''i.���������u'*n* tv'for."f''+hnf    far s^- John country-know it as the   to waste time up there 'inquiring; intov-    ���������>  Ivertise in  I C.A. SUMNER 8c CO\ I  > P. 0. Box. 58 Phone Central f  Telegram-Sumner, Abbotsford, B. C. J  j  can- fruit to..such  an  extent that  up tnere Inquiring  ,.     .   ,       ^,     , .      L        ..   .       Great: Trust Co.   It is said, that,'under ' them.    You are 'to' get "into the "woods <  U .^illn0t.;b'e ^.to"*n;.ef.;-C.,int^'otter, names, to:' shield  its   clntfehln^,,a'.JiSietiy''&->WBBibleV'vYdu   are   to,'  compettiofi-'with Can*i!aii product   fingers, it reaches\to srasp the water   Btay   there!    The   fewer"'people' who.'  to. the disadvantage o���������f ciir' inter-    powers and" to hold for Its own  the'^know* just  why 'you   are' Hhere,   the^  ests .of!the Canadian.grower.   ^e   great fore3tsof Q* nation. " ���������' better.   'Keep'your eyes oh trees in-;  + -v,    .    +ii     R   n' t    ;f'"'- When. George   answered   its   sum-   stead   of  human   beings.'   ;" Otherwise,-.  .-must/haye. thejB,,^. ,ruit: grower   mongj he went up into the towerlng   you won-t be- of any -value;to us." He'  protected; just- as,much   as.it   is    bulldIng  .on   st   -james   street   and   had pushed a button, and the boy had'  possible to-'protect and not" hinder    found  no .mystery.    He  was directed   appeared.   "Call,at the ^treasurer's of-       X  ouf'r citizens   froini   enjoying" lux-   >to the one whose name he had given   fice on ,your way out.    The boy will,'      ������  ur'ie^. during' season at reasonable   as ;a; passport at the;;gate that closed   show you.   Your expenses will"be ad-,     %  ���������  ���������.   ���������''. ���������  _,     f        ,'.'���������'���������    o ' -i.ii.-i. the���������avenue of rubber matting. Beyond- vanced.   You can reach. .Norray June-'     ^  prices.   The. ress.foreign frmttM   .the-door .marked-"Superintendent of'  tlin't^^T^^nl^'^'y^Btart^   &  enters   the - province   the- quicker    Field .uWork;V .he :exjpected to. find ���������   to-day." Our men'have orders to meet' ,  A  will our provincial fruit lands., be  .well, fhe Great, Trust Co, personified,   you there."       ..,.,, JL  settled and our fruit growers "rice;   ^-i^P^-.^srpe,  jn .flesh  andi  blood.""'''George'started"tha't day  ' His celer-'" '^  ,     ,.     ,'  , , ���������.. 0���������nKl,, .-���������������������������,! ,1o-!-. ;The .listless . little .man ,who   waved' ity in getting out ot Montreal would ;     f  to the occasion of supply/ ana tie-  '    ���������'��������� ���������������������������  ��������� ��������� ��������� < ���������������������������������������������   '^-   ���������.���������>'-��������� -���������������������������������.     ....   , **.<,   ������.h.   ./V   .. iu.;-vi  ,- ��������� .: .-;'���������, ^ A  .'������������������������������������ \* ?K . .    t him to a chair, with a hand that held   have interested even the listless little      V  niand. ...ra..cigarette. did not" seem' qualified "to   man of the "Great Trust Co. From the      <%f>  ,     ���������    ..      .,.-   ���������. ~~ ...... , dictate for the baronies "of forest and' telegraph' office   nearest' to'  the   big      ������������������  Owing to ������ -mistake We-ar'   "u- ���������^;nt^^-1^-  fc ������������������        ^  buIlalng( h;e ;s'ent- two' rness'age^;   the      &  "Mr.. George," he  began,  and  then   little, man would havebeen pleased to       i  picked languidly.among the papers on   know  that he" put business  first ���������      .j  jf������i'-;  ~-l-s>  ;*<rJ  able to publish,the write up of the  S . Anne's Poultry. Farm which' we  promisedjast issue. J; Put next ,is-  we purpose fgiving. the enterprise-  its proper,:write up as'promised.   '  MONEY 'IN ' POXILfRY"~^  his desk.  :���������;. i   c.  The editor of the Canadian Pdul-  The packet that he secured he ordered his trunk from" his board  and"'flicked''"idly," as he'talked, con- ing house in We's'tmount, directing  taine'd the forester's' letters and ere-'1 that It be put on' the-"train that was  dentlals. . to take him-through that city.   Tien,  ,': ''Mr. George!" He snapped away he wrote a1 second message; lingering  the cigarette butt. "This Great Trust- over it as though'trying to soften its  country! Have you been there?" brutal abruptness.  "No",  sir."  '. "Good news; bad news. Am'passing  try Review,'the peopled' popular "That will not make much differ- through Toronto on International to-  poultry'paper "'tells uis that thia'"'ence in your efficiency as far i as we day. ��������� The big.'folks" have . taken me.  Ottawa ie still in charge of the are concerned." He tapped some pen- Can you come to station for a word?"  paper has been greatly, enlarg'-J- oil jottings onv the 'back of George's ' It was addressed to the girl.  ed, and is filled withl all,that per- ^indorsements.' "I have ordered two .. Then, he raced to the_Grand Trunk  tains to poultry, both frora; -a prac- .'of-our explorers to meet you at Nor--' station,^, wholesome example for al-  tical-and fancy etandppint. ray Junction; that's ion the main line,,,young men��������� a faithful servant, who  Prof. A. ft. Gilbert,.'Manager Do- through to St. John. I have written had heard, and who^qbeyed.^Outward-  minion Government Poultry Farm ;'their'names here ��������� Smart and Nlles. ly an example; "Inwardly,-he rea'lzed  Practical Poultry Department. Rov' they'll -take you. on to Corran-^he. and confessed to himself ' that the.  PJ N Williams one of England's That's your jumping-off place. Branch 'wings of haste" were plumed p. Inmost noted experts, Writes" interest -������h*and logging: railroad.. You'll out-" clpaily .W'.Tprohtp- Md yet "it was  ������������������������������������������������������     - ��������������������������� ��������� .fit there at our company store.  The   young   man, took   his   papers   He' 'told her' bo'  ,    ^      ., _   _    . Ifrom the hand that "extended them. '.In'the'flrsrjumWe1 of speech after h������  :;Babcock,. Providence, ,\R. 1.^18  an-       <Tqu   wlI1   plcase   understand,   Mr.  had greeted her oh' the station plat-  , Ather. prominent fwr,iter,fand breed-,^^  er  oh  this  paper's   regular   staff,'���������'i^e*."cooperating  with  our   explorers.'' "But where"-^^ where -ioeB this new ;  and -there   are   dozens   of   others.   ;Mere,y ^opWating, 1'will say. They  work take you,: dearest?" she asked.,,  Each- phase   of   poultry.;, breeding.��������� know- m0re   about  present   commer- ' her upraised eyes brimming.    :  poultry  exhibiting,  etc.,  is     fully ,,.tcM ,;value8  0f' standing  timber  than      "North, under'the big trees."  -covered and the pages, of'the re- ,y0u do#������ It waB plainly not to soften      ''A"'week' ��������� a fortnight?"  view   are   replete   with   half-tone  .!thlB blunt appraisal  that he ad led-      "Months/!    he    owned,    trying    to  reproductions from life, Of-famous'ri^hQyy^  birds,- plan3  of up-to-date   houses -J>ind that can go through a stand of "Months ��������� months? And you danc-  utensils, etc.                         /               ,'��������� I timber on the jog trot and estimate ing;along on .'your., way like, this with  The  isubscriptiom'Tate   is    fifty'. Ibetter:with the eye in one day than only a  pat and a good-by for ;poor  cente per year, but-readers of this k a profeBsipnal.forestor, can ^ith" his little me? Harry George, you get^your .  Town Lots, Farm Lands  Business Propositions and  Realty in every shape and  form For Sale.  > 4^twH"M~JK~MK^M^  .     , ,   ,        ., ,r       ,   ,���������,.hi.:UiCiH������i.uu1 Wiui/a.ij..oiu������T.       k     his   firm  determination   to* ruBh   on.  ingly each (month on^poultry^do- -. younir. man ,t0ok   Wb   nane^He'toid h'er'Bo^^ohfe^sed it'to her  Jnga in 'the Old Land.   Mr.  H. S.  paper can (have It at three yenrs:  for $1.00, and'i aahaple. will, be ^ent  free   on   application   to   Canadian  Poultry Review, 184 Adelaide  St.,  Westt Toronto, Opt   ���������/  calipers ;in.aymonth." coat and  your  bag," arid  come  with  George felt sundden anger, the die- .m'e'.'and ask niyrpardon."  turn was so liatessly decisive. He*>ept '' ''T.rary,  tn'ey  have told -me  to  go.  his  tongue  between hl������  teeth, how- I must "  ever. "And   l  tel1  vou you   must stay.,^*  :   ''.We've got men enou^ to ^cyU uf Thr.rs Is a to-morrow |or vour ba^  INSURANCE  LOANS  Abbotsford Homesites  If yon are looking for a home  or snappy investments  in town lots, acre-'  age or farmj  rope  see  The Pioneer Iteal Estate Broker of Abbotsford  Sgffi     H   iiilj,.1!., ������ ,.H",        '     '  ll't..   ������'   '. i.   "       1'.'       .'���������'       ,    .   * II,  g^TTjyr  1  m  ���������sM/.Ji.'i^tivvrlvi^���������  rrx,���������) ���������A iiM>' ww.',iumt.miijaB  T&E ABBOTSFORD *OST,  ABBOTSFORD, ������'. C<  I?  m  Iff  J  I  I  r  it  i  if  F^SE  rpwrmi'iHii iM'virnMiinytf.iir"-"--!'1  ABBOTSFORD'S  Jpoot & Shoe Emporium  -AND  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  1  Patronize the new store when you wish to buy  anything in the line of Boots and Shoes or Gents'  Furnishings.  A complete line of Granby Rubbers, Rubber Boots and  ��������� Overshoes carried.  ..All our goods stand inspection so do the prices.  '���������GEO.  C.  CLARK,Abbotsford,B.C.  :,i ������������-  V^l/~\JLi  SHHMBEEHHH  j. Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES   ANDS CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  i  ABBOTSFORD, B. Ci  '   S     '  .   Strictly first-class in every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of wines, liquor and cigars,  RATES,  $1.50 ToT$2.00  PER  DAY  PECKHAM & HUTTON  PROPRIETORS  ������essSE-  ���������: Eyeight Specaiist  Manufacturing Optician  Does the  Finest  Optical  Work.  Ofitedleal men and others  pay tr'i-  ;,. feut������ to his skill.  Tfi3 Granvillql St. .Vancouver  CANADA'S  or  (Associate  Members Can.  S'oc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND . SURVEYOR  Offiec. next P.O. P.O.Box II  G\T '       HARRON BROS.  reateSt   INUrseneS   Embalmers and Funeral Directors  .    Want   a   tepi'iesentative      for  .MISSION CITY,  B. C.  and surrounding district  i- The reliability, healthy condition  ,of our stock as well as trueness to  I.name must be appreciated by the  .Public or they would not have  I-'helped iifl to. increase our business  ^yearly, siace 1837, the date of pur  ������. establishment. ,  ,-i  umr firm's  name lends  prestige  <t������ our representatives.  _T Complete line of Nursery SStock  f lor SSpring 1911.    ���������'.-'���������  '  f>'   Write  for   full  particulars.  '���������! STOHtiWEtLIMI"'"  The Fonthill Nurseries.  TORONTO,  Ontario.  Vancouver, Office  and chapel   1934 Granville St.,    Phcne 3486  ������forth Vancouver,       Office     and  '    obapel������������������116 2nd st. Phone 134  The man who makes history must  trying to encourage the book a-  gentia.  The gril who cannot cook should  keep out of the niatritftonial frying pan.  Get the notion out of your head  that the battle iof;life is a war of  words.: ..���������'..   '-f> " .,!.;' >  It's better to be level-headed than  flat-footed.  ���������-O-rr���������  It's the under do������: who is .anxious  j,or the peace maker to get busy  rui oia DUBinoss. 'Months ��������� ana you  . ready to run away and deny to me a  few poor i littlo minutes '��������� till tomorrow! Why, Harry Goorge, can you  stand there and look at me and repeat that you meant It?"  ''But, men are waiting. And, Mary  ''I am waiting.   I 'am here."  "It was then that she puft her hands  Jnto:his and pleaded. She did not listen  to him. Ho had never, found hor willing to listen to the bghous things of  lifelife.   Life had not worn its solemn  visage when it fronted her winsome  daintiness.    She had always laughed  life and seriousness, ami the matter-  of-fact that takes care for the. morrow, out of their doldrums. Ho had  wished somotlmos ��������� chiding himoolf  for   his-New   England   proslness  that   she   would   listen'a   bit   moro  patiently to his gravo plans for their  future,  Instead  of insisting on  play-, .,  ing  butterfly  among  tho flowers  of  their love.   But Mary Larochc, transplanted from the South! He. had al-  wnvs   sighed,  kept -his  counsel,   surrendered his hands to'hers, and al������  lowtd her to lead him, '  "Come,"'she cried,'"orcy, you big-  boy who would play- truant! One .  cigt.r you shall smoko- after- dinner  with -pere.'- And then all for me, to  tell ��������� me of the t>Ig' woods and how  you'shall make .the great fortune wi*-'.i  which we shall live happy ever after.  I ,will listen, this time.. I will sit  very- close, maybe on your knee, and  listen; and, if your story is pleasing,  you shall 'have, perhaps, the. reward."  There were no tears in her eyes,  now. She had been a bit, shocked and  frightened at his astonishing attempt  to break through her soft fetters. But  now she was sure of him. She lifted  his big hand to, her lips as earnest of  the promised reward.     ;  More listless," more ��������� impersonal,  now,' seemed" the little man "back in  the big office; the man who had been  making him- wait -three "weeks,- and  now sent-him away ' like' a-rocket.  ���������Nearer, 'dearer,   more- delicious1'than  ��������� ever before'-seemed 'thtf''little"'girl,  pressing close 'to him; regardless of  envious -'.passers-by, Wreless of the  grins, of- porters..-To the nearest of  these'she-turned, still'clinging, to her  captive.'. . :������ ''���������..'��������� '.',.,..  ��������� '"Bring his coat and bag from the  car,".'she.'commanded.1 y"At once;.'Hurry!" And she".reached up,both- hands,  .standing, on tiptoes, and put her-pink  fingers over his. lips. ."You. shall not  hver  II, M  The Cooper, Seldon Co,  announce the   opening, of .their new general  store at .,'.".  CLAYBURN, B. C.  with a full line of groceries, dry. goods, boots and  shoes, hardware, furniture,- Jbeds ��������� and bedding,  stoveSi.ancL tinware, wall paper and gramophones.  All the latest magazines.  -   Our Christmas stock is most complete with gifts  .suitable^for,people of all ages. ; Vvre are selling these  goods on a close. margin  and-know. the .prices are  below the-average. ���������   ..  -.-.;���������:i:,;For,'.the'Children, we have Xmas stockings, candies/toys,, games.:  dolls, beautifully .dressed and  .Teddy Bears that speak.   The price of these'.goods I  range from'five cents up.     ;  Our gifts suitable for grown-ups are to extensive to, enumerate.; A few rof the Ikies-we might  mention are. some, beautiful handbags, bed-room  ' slippers wool: lined, art China, clocks and .grass ,fur?  nifcui'd. ','Itjy..a" pleasure' to show our goods and  a visit- will-'Convince'you that,we have the finest  store'in the Valley.   /'      '   , ���������' '  <'"!  Everything  amain  ������  '��������� The Biggesjt Value Ever-Offered. Residents of the Fraser Valfey  . By-special'.arrangements we are in a position to make the following-offer:  The Family. Herald and Weekly Star -of Montreal.  go," she. panted, "until you, have left  me love, enough to last till you come   ���������,      L  -      *    '    , -- :.  .     ........'/ ....     , .... B       B   ���������  back agam! And so he forgot the The beaut el ol pree?!gym picture entitled ������F9ome Again  'Size 22x291 all ready for framing, and  THE ABBOTSFORD POST all three for $1.50  Send y@ur order at once to  '' THE ABBOTSFORD POST  ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  listless man, forgot the appointment  at Norray Junction, and went with  her.  ' He remembered all of them in the  night, after he had left her. That the        . ..*,-. uu    'a       -'w'^i.      u     x.     ���������  woodsmen would wait for him, he        .The beautiful picture   Home Again   is the best pic-  feit sure. He hoped they would wait .ture.ever. offered newspaper readers.     It is simply mar-  without bothering the little'man in   '  '\,   " ������'   " ''   -    ������������������     ���������    - .  7 '        u       .     i    -,   j      ���������,%_   mi  ���������the big off^with inquiries over the vellous how~ such a   picture can be .included with The  wire. . his -> Canadian conscientious- Family Herald and - iVeekly Star at so small a price.  ness- told him that for a young man  bent upon-success his beginning for  the Great Trust Co. was not' one  calculated to .bring him congratulatory messages from, headquarters.  To get those thoughts out of his  head, he hurried his breakfast and  hastened to the girl. They walked  together in the fresh air of the August  morning.  "I ��������� forget much that you told me  last night, of the work of the forester," said Mary. "But if I rermember,  I do not like.that work. You should  have told me more ?bout It when you  were studying,in the college here." ���������  .. "But you never would listen to me,  if I talked about anything else than  loving you," he complained.  "It would have been' a waste of  time to talk about anything except  love," she returned, with a smile that  ���������cleared his face. "But if.I had known  that forestry was a work that would  take you into the woods for months  when you ought to be here with me,  where a girl's lover should be, I certainly should have made you study  something else. A girl must not be  deserted. There's only a little while  to be gay in, you big boy of mine,  and a girl that's; engaged must have  eyes only for her own beau."  ������,ll.Uil...lJ>, 1    111       ������,���������!., E,       i.  ,..   j t.0         j_i_  good for both our sakes.   I ask you to  wait and be patient ��������� only that."  "And sit on the perch in my cage,  and chirp a lonesome little sc:ig!'  She smiled brightly as slia looked uj:  at him, but there was bitterness in  her tone, and something else that  stirred vague uneasiness. He had  hoped that his lady would pin her  colors upon his breast and send him  out to conflict with a hcrcoine's faith  and courage.  "You do not seem to realize that  I am doing it all for you ��������� that I  am sacrificing so much In leaving  you."  i "I understand, now, what you wanted me to do yesterday when you came  dashing along, : trying to run away,  from me. You wanted me to cry:'  'Hurrah! .I'm glad you are going away  from me���������.for long,months. I want to  be alone... I want you to go into those  great woods and. suffer and be in  danger. . I want you to do all that������������������  and do not stop with me for one little  OFFICERS  FOR 1912  The Union of British Cotumbi'Tj  Municipalities which concluded the.  annual convention at Victoria thisi  month elected Mayor j?lanta, of  Nanaimo to the office of president  for' the ^coming year. The other  officers are;  ,   iVIoe.HP^es���������May\or  Le,e   of  Np.w,  Westminster.  iSec.-.Treas.���������Ex-Reeve Harry  J3ose, of Surrey.  Executive iCoau/mjittee��������� Mayor  Hamilton, Revelstoke; Reeve Weart  Burnaby; Reeve Dick, Mission;  Reeve Pound, South Vancouver;  Reeve McNaught, North Vancpu-  ver; Alderman Enright, Vancouver  and Mayor McNeish, North Vanccai  ver.' ...  The next meeting will be- held at  Revelstoke. v  All  roads lead to Abbotsford, success  and happiness.  "Of course," he blurted, realizing .hour out of all the long months. Hur-  that he was selfish and jealous at the ry away!' Now, if I had said It, how'  same time. .would you have liked that, Beau Tor-  tni^   with the hare) shell?"  "'Of course!' she. mimicked. "Why  should every big beau think that he  must lock up the girl like a canary  and   carry   away  the  key   while   he  .dances up and down the lands?"  ���������j-j?������jp. not dancing." returned ^enr^a.  That is a fine map that Abbotsford is on. In fact it ia the  only map, but aU.roads leadfYora;  Abbotsford, if you don't believe it  see the Board of Trade enveloa&i  '    Why   does   a,   man   .��������� invariably;  All  reads lead to Abbotsford, fortune   ^rite hi* own We whe" given,   a,  ..and fame. '    pen to try.,  (Continued' Next 'Issue.) m  FOUR  THE ABBOTSFORD POST,      ABBOTSFORD, B. C.  ���������ma  ���������jJii^siiBaeaaiaggMmg  SOCIAL AND PERSONAL  Mr. Hudson of Sou'.h Vancouver  spent 'the week tend in. Abbotsford  me guest ,of bis daughter1 Mrs. K.  McKenzie. '_'���������>.  Mrs. Sheppard fi'om Vancouver  spent Sunday with her friends hero  Mr. and Mrs. Elliott.  I5IRTII���������To Mr. i&d Mrs. James  McGowan on the 26th, a   daughter  Mrs. McMenemy left on Wednesday to visit friends in Roselyn,  Wash. ���������.  Mr. and Mrs. Heath from Sullivan  spent a couple of days in Abbotsford this week.   _0   Mr. A. Everett has again decided  to organize an orchestra for. the  dancfc music throughout ;he'.Valley  He claims he has met. with success  arind has secured good talent. Attend the.-,dance on,December the 8  and see if your are not pleased with  his efforts.  Mrs. McEIroy and ;h.er,' mother,  Mrs. McCusker returned' from  Blaine on Thursday,   0   Mr. T. Coogan expectea to move  inco his new house this Saturday.  Mr. E. Scots'vold spent Wednesday evening at'New Westminster.   ^0:   Mr, A. Everett, who-had. the contract of building Mr. CvOgan's  store and house'has, no w/'tha con-  jl u.uiluing Mr. E. and G. Giro day's  new addition tC'.t'he poultry vards.  ,. Messrs1 Bowie, McLennan and La^  mond of Mission City, amende J the  SScotch i&upper and dauce onThurs  .day evening.  A number of Abboisui i sp'-r-J-  Visivted Sumas on Thursday to enjoy a' good feed of turkey, and  and help Sumas celebrate their  Thanksgiving.������ ���������  This paper is reliaibly informed  that the following gentlemen, ex-  i-iii-ienced hunters had.an excellent  time outi&hooting decoy ducks this  week. We are willing to divulge  the name of our informer, provided  it is "kept a great secret mid not  repeated.- The. following are'the  names Messrs Henri Smythe, Dad  Keinhe, Lenme Fee, J Van Netli-v  J. siymm, A. McGinness's Stout, T.  Walt Ers. We do not know who  1 bagged"   the  most   game.  WHAT DO YOU KNOW  ABOUT THIS? EH I  The following was taken from the  N\>w;s-Adver:tiser's   report   of   the  recent Board of Trade banquet at"  Vancouver;  "Sir Charles Hibbert. Tuppcr  took as the key note of.'hi.s address  the fact that Vancouver-had     a-  . chieved a   great  deal in- the  for-  .mation of isuch  a   formidable  body as the Ad. Club promises to be  'Charles Sumner, the great,, placed"  his   fmger  on   the part of  the map where Vancouve'r ia located and predicted that this1 would  become one of the stronges';, fortresses of commerce and industry  from which oio man would 6e able  to wrest its glorious inheritance,'  ���������said Sir Charles, 'and his predictions made many, many years ago,-  promise to come true more than  rver. It is just organizations such  as the^Ad. Club that' make for union in' the community, and  union  .means,strength. We need a com  munity spirit in our civic enter-r  prises and we will have it with the  assistance of this club..'*  STRAYED. on   to   miy   premises;  about September 15th, two  graud  Holstein heifers, nearly black sad  one (grade   Holstein   bull, .nfjar.!--.  white "all   about  1 1-2  years   old  '     Owner can have same by paying-  expenses and proving property.  . .,������������������   If ,not "called for  by   December  .";���������  16th; Will be mold by public auction,  at Abbotsford, B. C. to defray expenses.  Dated at Abbotsford November  16th, 1911. '    .     *:+    .  A. N.'STINSOK  LEAVE YOUR ORDER EARLY  FOR XfVIAS CAKE  We can sell il cheaper than you can make it.     Icing and decorating done  Wc also sell Almond Parte all fveady to go on calce 50 cents a pound  Abbotsford, Bakery    "   ALBERT LEE, prop,  :!'..���������. utj  s������=s  f  Lessons on Singing  BY CHAS, F. WARD      ...  .   LESSON   THREE  ���������VOICE  Every part in nature serves two  or more purposes. .The nasal cavity iserves for an air and voice  passage; the mouth cavity, for a  fo'od and voice passage, and not  for breathing: The soft palate acts  as a valve, whose primary use' is  to allow breathing during mastication of food; its secondary function is to concrol the passage of oh  in (die omission of sound. The, vo  cal ligaments serve two purposes  Lhe i;roL lo project -..ho lungs from  particles of food; second, they  ihrow off the sound. Between tho  , anterior and the posterior pillars  lie die tonsils. They are very often the source of annoyance to  singers, becoming so enlarged that  aa free passage of air is impossible.--nothing .short of. proper vocal treatment will cure this enlarge  merit o rtrouble permanently.  , lhe pillars must L.uificic-nc vral-  ity to lift the soft, palate, so that  n will'form ho-obstruction; to the  tome in singing- or reading; this  vitality also helps the-other organs  of lhe'' mouth.  Exercise for Frontal Position���������:  Speak'., the word "knee" You will  find'it nasal in quality. Imagine  a line from abtfve your breath  on this line down through the nose  Jb'oliow wuh the word "Knee,", noc  separate, but on the breath. . Us������>  the breath as a ��������� rider on which  to carry the word and make it  as nasal as possible in tone. This  will create'-a little nasality; will  make you a little hoarse and probably the voice a little tight but  that will all wear away.. I would  advise a fairly good amount of  power in singing for place. Use  your voice tearlessly and you will  gain voice, also a good Mezzo  voice.  LAWS AFFECTING WOMEN  Are the women of British Colum  bia protected by, law to the same  extent that their sisters  in  other  ^rovjjices  are??.  "The question," said a Vancou-'  ver lady -yesterday,- "is open io  a doubt and the more one looks in  to the question the more 'firmly  one co'mleis t obelieve they are not  These laws pertaining t owomen  have excited considerable adverse  comment, frojm time to time, but so  far no steps have been taken to  remedy them. The laws of this  province, when compared with  .hose of,some provinces tie Aery  unfair, fend only recently at a  public meetinng held at O'EriPii  Hall, one of Vancouver's prominent  politicians (remarked that about'  cetr'.ain enactments nowhere on the  statute books of Canada could a  more- disgraceful piece of legislation be found.    , .   .  "But to the general public and to  ,stranger3 coming here these varia  lions in the laws of different provinces are .-.pracitipjailly ,unknown,  and it has happened that, not until  some poor woman was left alone  did they realize the difference:.  "In some provinces of Canada,  Should a man die witthout a will  leaving a widow, but no children,  the widow succeeds to the .whole  estate absolutely. In British Columbia she is entitled to one-half,  the other hali going to nerdeaj.  husband's relatives. No V matter  .how hard the wife may have worked, to accumulate the property, or  even, if it be her own, by right, but  is in her husband's name, .she must  stand by and see her husband's  '.^relatives come in for their half. If  tfoere be no relatives, .and. the hus  band-dies,.without a , will, one half  of- the estate-, goes to tha-j widow,  and' tlie other half may go'to the  Crown......  "When there are children left the  widow's share is, one-third, but-in  that'She gets' on}y a life interest  ' and when she,dies it.passes over to  her children. In the case of a. minor child possessing money, the  money pasBcs to' the father alone  an dis not divided between the father and mother.1 The case of p'n  adult ch:ld -dyrng without a will  is .the (flame. .One case Th cited  where the .father deserted the fam- ,  ily when the children wer call n cry  small, the mother by hard work,  brought up the family. The oldest  son had accumulated considerable  properly. Ho died suddenly wi;h  out a will, and the father, who  had never contributed to his support, came back and claimed his  property,.  "With regard to the .guardianship of the children, the father haB  sole authority in the education and  disposition of tho child, although  the mother is equally ..responsible  with the father for the maintenance of the child. The iathsn' has  right to arrange by will the guard-  ship and education of his child (even if, unborn) till it shall be. twenty ,  one years of age.- No matter how  unsuitable she may find this to, be  the widow- must abide by it. The  mother may, however, .petition the  court-for the. care. of. the child until  seven years, of age if! other guaid  d'ian* has been appointed oy. the  father, ���������andiiafter-it is; seyju yea'ifs  old to have; the:.right; oto go see. it  These -privileges ��������� ar eu3ually granted her, but they are. privileges,  not rights. - Thus a mother has  no rightv of possession in her legitimate child. Of course tthere is always a remedy, in equity, but how  often ia this no remedy at all, on  account of expense?  "The consent of parents and  guardians is necessary to the. marriage of minors of either! sex ,under twenty-one years of age���������but  the consent of the mother is not  necessary, if the father or g*u'ard  ian.appointed by the will of the  father gives consent. A ^girl of 12  years, of age, and a boy of 3 4  with the father's consent, may be  married in thi sprovince. As said  before, by going to lawi it is often  possible to modify or arrange certain matters, but the.very woman  who needs it is often! ignorant, or  so situated she cannot Lake the  necessary steps.  "These laws .we are told were  made to meet certainn social conditions, which obtained largely in  the province, as through all Western and Northern Canada, in the  days of the Hudson's Bay Coritpany  "In order to preserve to tho  white relatives of the factors of  the company Wh omight die with  oUt ia ' .will amy ,'prp,pfcjr.ty they  left, provisions were placed in the  law many years ago which; exclud  ed the wife from the full enjoyment of-'"her husband's property.  As in those dasy many of the factors came to Canada and' married  Indian wc men according to the;  custom of the country they may  have some necessity for such; law  ,jjt lhe same law applies to the  white wives of any citizen' of tlh  province of B. C. to-day. - Other laws have changed and it seems  ��������� that as ���������eocial conditions change  so should- the laws, that" the wife  of every citizen .should not be  classed with the uncultured wife of  the old trading post days. British  Columbi alias seen progress, but  along every line, for in some'things  ehe seems to date back to pioneer  days."���������News-Advertiser1 on Sunday. .. .���������'.-���������-.  One-third of the world can't understand why the other two-thirds  tohould go crazy over baseball,  Just a few words' on  t������  in Inch  $2.35   . 22 Inch     $-2.85  21 Inch   $2.05   '' 23 Inch ���������������-, $3.15., 21 inch  There are   only sixty of these in stock   Do you want one?  Perhaps  a few prices on windows might interest you?  ��������� ]'2x2'K -I Light Window.   $l.oi'  2-K24-. 2 Light   W'ndow    -  ���������  Sl.75   "*  14x28, 4 Light Window   $1.35  21.S.2S, 2 Light Window  $ 1.85  ��������� 24^30, 2 Light Window'-   $l.K5.  ��������� 28::28, 2 Light W'ndow     ,B2.15     ' ���������  30x30, 2 Light  Window    $2.2o  ALANSON  $3.50  :������#  PASNTE  Geo. Zeigler  Carriage, House  and Sign Painter  Call and get prices. ,  All work guaranteed  Abbotsford -       B. C.  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