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 V// vu ^   i^f'V rro 10 19|2   ^  I*  i,  9'  a"  OtfFICtAL PAPER OFTHE GRAND LOYAL ORDER.OF BOOSTERS  ���������>  Vol. VI., No. 5.  '     ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIT/AYf Dec.   13��������� 1912  *>8        ' $1.00'PER YEAR  'MATSQUI COUNCIL.  Pill-Tout Cu������ jame, develops  into splendid'exhibition  "  'of Football  . ���������  Lecture by Mrs. Dr. Davis of  Chilliwack-Institute fully  organized  C  *\  Invitation  w -  ���������is extended to all customers of this store and others,  -to visit us in bur new' premises  . now that we are in shape to do  business under most favourable  conditions.  In order to make, room  for  spring stock we are selling our  Boots and Shoes at  Greatly Reduced Prices.  Are making a specialty of carrying an UP-TO-DATE STOCK IN  GROCERIES, at prices that will be  hard to beat elsewhere.  See Our Christmas Specialities  in the Grocery Line.  '.' .When Abbotsford cannot Iwlh  she can 'always hokVher'- own ou  ;rhe,?footlball xtearn. "and 'this - was'  demonstrated "on Saturday,-.last  when the game between Abbots ford, and L/arigley; took place  on, the foiotba'U .grounds .for'."ther-  JWlHTbut   cup..-" '",, ���������  \\- :' "\ j'.  Larig'ley came . to; Abbotsford' -in,  ���������full -force 'last'-Saturday-,tp  play.  It   was 'one ,of, tb?e';:finest' games,  ever witnessed-inr Abbotsford,'aiid  1'Ab botsf or d*'. * has iTSeenf-s-someJ;; f in c������  game's during"the., past Jtwo-:ye irs."-,  -The - game '(resulted-'- in   a  fcl,fa\(;  "with ho'scor'ej at all.    --,'-; I     }':  :���������--   -'   ~ > t      '   -" -      - *       i.".y  Durfrig   the - first- part   of'r;tlie  game;' C. E^ Hufton "Harrop ".,.WdP  taken "off" the "field-"-having   bem  in   af'"mix-up   in-which, he    gu  th~e~ worst   of 'it.-/Taking a'player'of this kind off the" field mado  all  the "difference ' to the'    "horn?  team.    This   was,  however,      the  only accident during the game. C.  H.' Lidde'll  must  agAin, be    me������  tioned' for his excellent play     n;  goaO, for he turned many a woll-'  aimed -ball -back; from, entering th*  score.  '   I , _ ,     -,     . ', l .' ���������",  ���������  The   visiting  team" were  enls; -  gained by Mrs. Arthur Trethevvay  which, was-highly, appreciated  by  them as "well "as by the home team.  The team will>hava quite'an ad-  'dition,. probably next .year; Viiea  W..Taylor Jun. starts in; as' cen ci-z<  forward.    His  father has Already-  made him; a member,,and with   invoice, such ,aJ3 he has,already..acquired,   it   -is. su.ro* to  head     for  the goal every time.  The first meeting in connection  with -Women's,, \Institute  work   Jd  this  neighbourhood ^was  held    'tx-  Upper Sumas municipal hall, Tuesday ,afternoon, Dec'/10, when Mrs '  Dr. Davies, of Chilliwack, chairman  .of the advisory board of* Women's  Institute .work ^ B.*. C., , gave a  talk - on 'the ".aims. and" objects- iof-  ;the . work, "to  a gathering "of  In-,-  tereste'd Ua'dies.-,The lecture  war  *%^?s!:7���������"e^'JoyabIe-t6ne^o">'Thb9e,  present'; as" .most; of the, ladies had  ;t"he;pleasure .for the-first'lime .of;  listening' to * a lecture*, of this' ki'ad.  -   After the lecture a,, motion wa\  passed'' that   a.Women's "'Institute'  be   organized,", and   proceed   wifbv  election   of   officers.   The -following are the  newly .elected officers  ���������President���������Mrs. W7 C.  Bowman  yi'c"e-i^res.,~Mrs.   W.   Porter,-.  Sec.-Treas.-Mrs. W. H\ Fadden  , Directors���������Mr8.', F.._ Munro,  blv*  A.  Campbell. " -  Programme '/Committee ���������Mi-.?.  York, Mrs: flerl' and Mrs. Winson  -At the close of the meeting.refreshments were served by Mrs  W. H. Paddot-, assisted byJVIrs W.  Porter.  -A. hearty ;'. a ore or thanks   wis  Rendered Mrs.^Davies for-her pro  esence and assistance..  The-meeting adjourned iqmce.  the second Tuesday of each  month at 2 p.m.. alt .the niunicipa*  hall.  c  1  ENTERTAINED AT A  GRAND JOGK-SUPPER  About 20 of tiie Oddfellows    oi  Chilliwack "visited the Abbo'lsfora  lodge last week and'.after puLting  through   some     degree   work   t  show'the  new lodge how it ������.*������  done  in  Chilliwack  and  how      U  should be dono to be perfect. Tin*  membors of the Joca^ lodge w>ji'o.  congratulate  d   on   the    progress  they had made since the mstitu  tion   of the  lodge  recently,    aad  upon   the    Rxcellent   showing   -A  mem'bers and also the number of  applications that were coming in  for   membprship.   The   guests   of  the evening were then entertained at a duck supper, the duck3 being  specially shot for the  oecx*-  sion on the Sumas prairie by aI--.  H. A. Howe.   Sp;eech-making  uud  songs ware the older of tne pro  gramme   and  the  visiting   ordta-  ren wound up by inviting the Ab-  botsfcfrd ledge to' come and y.i^it  them   in   Chilliwack   at   an* earij>  dale.  "JOE" INTENDS TO  iiiili GREATER  ���������Some people are asking   wh^rn  are 'the   street  lights   that   *:i-c  promised   some; time   ago.    'This  week the editor1 of Lthis paper wa-  asked some dozen tim.es if hekii'w  anything about the new lights, ignorance of when they would oe'installed  was  admitted.  .Of  couro"..  Abbotsford is aa bright that lights  are  not  a   real  necessity   but for  the ��������� sake   of   being  in   fashio.i  it  was decided some time ago thjt-  it would be all right to have af������iV  and  money  was  voluntarily  dUo-  soribed and 'the order given. I In  Post ha|s it oriithe best of authority just a,3 we aire going to pr?.t,s  that  the  lights  will   be inatahod  in  time  for the 1913 season���������th it  is.  this- time next year.  Mr. "Bob" Laur, formerly, a resident of this vicinity, in Lne employ now *>f Mesan3. Foley, Welch  & Stuart, on the Grand Trui.k  paM a visut to friends here-lliii  week. The north appears to hair  agreed with him.  The regular meeting was'-held iu  the muniiioiipa'l hall on Saturday,  Niovermben 30th, withi the reeve in  the cl^atlr and ������a'lL the members io  attendance. The ��������� minutes ���������-of .the  two ^reviious unee-oings were read  and adopted.  Communications   were   received  farm:     < '        ������ '��������� ~  G. P. Ha,verman; and three, others asking that the.road running'  east (and west (through section   a,  3,   Township , 14,, be  repaird.  ,On  motion,  Qaun'ciillor for that-ward  was authorized <to  spend the sum  of  forty ' dollars  qn' this road.--"'    .  Westea-n Canada  Power Co.,Lid.���������  asking that the Power andLi������ur['������  ^By-law  t-e    finally passed,' Laid  over.   "    s  . The ��������� munioipal sdJicilors re \.\\<i  'proposed changes in the Powor  and Light By-law,' stating cVil  Lhese changes could be mad3 :i  the company were agreeable to ,  the  changes.  From' thc   municipal 'solicit'-"'!,'  endosing copy 'of^commuunicatioQ^  from, 'tlie; ^-soliciitoirb^oX,. Joseph /";  Campbell, in^whichi-they-'state cnar;.  if. 'the miuimoipal council'' will -4 Jnl"'"  crease   the  offer  to* $S0"Df for the'  land taken*, for the"\road' through"  a .portion 'of "the.south' half-or Oik.   ,  87/lS'. fW: qiuairt'er of section   -10, ���������  townshLp 14;",they might be abi.il i.o  induce Mr.- Campbell to' accept the  offer.. The. clerk   was   instructed"  to  Teply  that  the   council  would    .  not irierease the" offer, as thu ib  an   old   road   in  use  tor  ac I; i jo  ���������twenty-five   years.  The  Union  of British  Coiumuia  Municipalities   enclosing   copy   of  mattea-s  which were submitted  to  the munioipal commission' at Van- -  couver on the, 13th inst.; alsosti- -l  lting thajt >the .executive had engaged a solicitor, Mr. McDiaz oii.l-  to watoh aftemthe interests-of lIjp *  municipalities   during  the  ees^i >n  of it he  provinc'a'l legislature,   thn  amount  to    be   assessed   againzt  Matsqui   being  $15.   On   motif uj a  check was ordered issued foi "bis  amount  J. A. Evans, Chilliwack, stal'*.**  that-he was now the owner of L.S.  I and 2 of, section "l, township 17  and asking that he be allowed  the rebate on the taves tor the  current year, as he did not purchase until after the date ef :���������-,  bate  had  elapsed.   Not .allowed  Pvegistrar, county court, stating  that the "���������'Matsqui Water By-lvv  1912" and "Wide Tire By-Jaw \.  mendmlent By-law. l������)ll" had o--c*:  duly .filed.  Philip II. Welch, asking perm.s-  sion 'to build a skid .road crossing  across the Mt. Lehman road. ������iao  ted  under the usual  condition;  Mrs. M. McCrimmon asking that  the old Purver road across th������j  corner of the 'S. W. quarter of \,c >  tion 22��������� township 16 be straightened, as it was the intention fto  weet a wire fence at this point.  Councillor Ware stated that the  work would have to be postponed as ha, had no awne* zv-.y'.:  able.  Fraser Valley Municipal Jfubli-;-  *ty Bureau asking the date a������wi  place of -meeting of the coan^'.J  so that the secretary might be able  to explain the objects and aim= of  the association.   The clerk  to vt-  piy.  1 n  tConjtinue'd on page Threa) ��������� B.lrirJ,   ^,'.,1,14!,.^^^  ^V""*l*lf   1T|ft-'tr7    rH.  '<M  ���������    /     .-,  fin abbotspoud post,   'ABBotfsitoim b. e,  .h.    ������i������*r  ������^ii   ���������.|J.-<V-|W-S^i."J���������������    /.���������������*.-.*��������� ���������������"-.���������  4.U.. -A*  &������������������ ��������� ^  iESaBEOHBa  THB ABBOTSFORD POST  Vnbllahod every Friday by the Post  Publishing- Cumimuy.  A weekly Journal devoted Lo the Intercuts of Abbotsford and suk -mdliiK <lls-  rrlot '���������    '���������������������������,*'-a**  Advortlslnif RatOH mnfle'know- 11 'Application.  LEGAL ADVERTISING���������12 conta per  Hue for first limorUon, find 8 cents n line  tor nil subsequent consocutivo Insertion*.  Our Shibboleth���������Weltber for nor mri������'  the   Govornmont.  'rmfr^T*Ta*yi'.'ifJ* -'-IJ'  ��������� gl ��������� ;| u���������waumg"'!!1..   '."JS  FRIDAY DEC. .13, 1912  There 1b aviation-wide farmer-  movement on the success of/which  would 'be almost incomputiblc in  its far-reaching material influence  for constructive development of  agriculture, particularly in In 3  Heavy timbered regions of tU'a  province. The imovement seem3t'j  <have .taken hold of both the Ci ���������  nadian'and "America^ nation at thc  same time. For there is talk of  helping the farmer from* one en i  oi'the (Continent, to''the other. The  object of the movement is to d&-  .eure. legislation that will provido  long time lowyrate of interest government ' loans t������o the farmais.  The provincial minister of. agriculture seems to.'be in favour oftli"  movement, and <an;/act will be passed by'.'the'Borden government .to  the farmers of the prairie province^ on grain in the granaiy.  While in "this province it will  mean the assistanoei of the farmer  in   clearing  of . land. ,       . ���������  For   the   provincial   govcrnms'.it-  to assist the farmer' to clear thi  dand   would, mean   that   many   of.  fthe best men. would take ��������� up far- -  i'ming   instead. of, following   ota.-'t -  ��������� occupations,  much   less  congenial  * to them:" The life, of.,the man who  -clears the' heavily timbered Land  ' carves out a homq 'for himself auti  family, is no sinecure.  It     means  days of long toil without the enjoyment of life.   It means skimp-  -  ing   and   saving   arid   denying   of  '  many of the luxuries of life, which  ���������- should not ba the case as it is ;a  ; well known fact that the farms*  is' the backbone   of   the   country.  This has b.een  demonstrated thve-  ugiiout the entire history tof the.  continent.   .The Anglo-Saxon race  of America started as farmers, the  -French  started -the roving life  of  a   hunter while .the Spaniard followed the pursuit of mining.  Both  of   the   latter   are  improtant,   out  a prosperous   farming   district   is  always a   blessing to, any community and anything- that a   government  can  do' to  make t,he lifoof  the agriculturist less of a drutl^".  <  would mean  a blessing to the nation.  America will nof, be alone in thc  lending  of  money to, the farmer  In Germany, a   more settled country   than   ours,    the   government  loans   money tvo   the   farmers' at  low rate of interest for ���������.indefinite,  periods.   In   fact, .three  and  four  per cent, loans for a period, of'too.',  years have been, made by the government to the farmers of Gar  many.   In. these loans the honest,  industrious    farmer    is  protected,  from constant .worry that h:a m.orc-  gage will be foreclosed and     hi;  home  taken "from  him  at  a time".  when a renewal of his loan is impossible.  Government ���������loans ex the clear  ing of land in."the timbered region";  of   British   Columbia,   particularly  the. Fraser  Valley,   would   be      a  positive   blessing.   Nothing-could  more  materially ,stimulate  the  u-  tilization   of the  logged   off   di.i  Iricts of Uif) Fraser Valley .by actual  home 'builders.   Could  money  on  long  safe loans    be. borrowed"  from the    government    by these  home builders an|;'era.of develop-:  merit would follow, considering our  fine  climate.   .There could be    no  safer-investment  for  the   9urpius  millions that the McBridc government appear or have    at their disposal  enclr year.    It  would  mean  greater national development lo oe  distributed  among  its  producers  Every .business 'man, every political'*.party���������there is only one in D.  C���������should urge government loans  to farmers..'  The Progressive Association and  thc Fraser ValLey Municipal Publicity Bureau are both in favor  of helping tho man who would tiil  thc soil. Tho, boairds of trade thro-  ugliout the province are all willing  to endorse a scheme which "will  settle the land/ It would not be a  bad scheme, for the residents, of  the Fraser Valley to,present a  monster  petition   to  the  McBrid:.  government at its next session in  ���������regard to this matter. It would  hurt no one and it would show  that the people were in earnest.  The future of the Fraser Valley  belongs to 'progress. This is true  in.local politics and government as  it is time in commerce, industry  and the arts. No representative  ofi-.'th'e Fraser Valley, .in politics,  and no government -can long remain in the ascendency except by  the favour of'the- citizens��������� the  voters���������all of-whom-believe iri.pro-  gressive principles.';.- rThe- reason"  ��������� often .g'iv.en' these .days" ipi man's  -success, no matte/���������wh������,t line or  calling he may'be in,, is that ho  is considered 'by his fellow citizens as a progressive man.  THE    MARKET.  Christmas turkeys and geese  made their appearance at the  weekly market at New Westminster last week, and although tnc  demand was not brisk, a few sales  were made at good prices. Turkey was offered at 33c a pound  live weight and geese at 20c a  pound live weight. Ducks and  chickens -dressed fetched 25c ft'  pound.  There was a good offering of  all kinds of roots and vegetables  and a number of sales were made  in- this department. The potato  market showed signs-of improvement in the demand, the prices remaining the same at $13 to $15  a   ton.  Some splendid onions wore offered at $1.25 a sack, carrots 1*c  a sack, cabbage one cent a pound,  parsnips $1.25 a sack, turnips fee  la sack, beets $1 a 'sack. .Thore  was also an assortment of celerv  at $1.50 a crate, . Apples were offered   at  from  75c   to  $1.25  a box.  In the fish department there was  a splendid showing and business m  this section was brisk . Cohoe salmon was sold for two pounds for  25c,  steelhead  salmon 15c a pound,  smelts  10c,  herring three pounds  The'prices���������        ' ���������  Chickens, per doz;  $4 to $������  Young birds per doz ��������� $6 *������ V*  Broilers,' per  doz.      ..-.$3ti$i  Poultry, live weight  Me to 20\������  Ducks, per lb. ; 18c to 20c  Ducks per doz. : $7 to $9  Geese, live weight  ������������������������������������ ������3c  Geese, dressed ��������� '���������  30:  Turkets, dressed, per. lb.   Mc  Poultry, cleaned, per lb. 25c  Young Bigs, e-acfh   $3.00 to $5.50  Geese, per lb.  J   '-0fl  -VEGETABLES '/.  High tand potatoes, ton- 13 to $i.i  Beets, per sack  $a;0&  Carrots, per Back   '0t*  Cabbage, wholesale, per lb  le  Tulips,       n0c  Cabbage, retail, per lb   2c  Cabbage, per head  10c. to 15c  Cauliflower, per head  ' 5c to LOe  Onions, per a acid/ * ���������; ft1-'15  Celery, per crate ���������, ^.oO  -SMALL FRUITS  Apples, per ibo'x: -, /������������������" 80c to {.il5  Pears, (per Ibox; '  S1-00  ^EGGS AND BUTTER  Eggs, (retail, '[per; doz. - 60c to 70c  Eggs,  wholesale   55cto<,0c  Butter, retail, pernio. '-..������������������40cjto45c  -WHOLESALE MEAT  Veal,     - -13= t0 U������  Large veal ������������������  Wc to lie  Pork,        ���������      13c  to 15c  Mutton,' per lb    12c to li%r  Lamb,  , "-i  !^c Lo 15c  Best Heifer, No. 1. A,)c  Beef steer, No. 1. : v*lc  -RETAIL MEATS  Beef, best rib roasts  15c to 18c  Beef,   loin    ���������' :������18cto^c,  Beef, short loin  r* "5c  Beef, round  steak   ..���������20c  Boiling  Beef     10c to He  Beef,  pot  roast    '��������� 13^  Veal'    ������������������    15c   to   LSc  Pork    s  ��������� 15c  to lfic  Sugar-cured'ha'can    20c  Sugar  cured "corned  pork   - 20c  -Mutton',' -��������������������������������������������� '"'���������>��������� "' 17c to 20c  Homemade pork" sausage, lb.-  20c  Salted Fig's heads, lb.--  8e  Pickled pig's feet, lb "  10c  Pickled>pig's"shanks, lb,������������������:���������- 15c  Sugar cured'/.h'ogs heada,, lb������r 5c  Sugar cured"'tpi'gs feel per: lb--'- 8c'  Sugar cured coien :beef;lb-������10c to 12c  -.Pure'lard -���������'���������'--��������� ���������"-*��������� ....-���������-��������� loc  ->ISH^    ���������- - l' '.   ."' .  Salmon, ��������� soek'eye  ���������'���������  ' 2 for 25c  SalLmon, ��������� steelhead   ���������  15c  Sturgeon, -*���������������������������<-���������:    ^c  Halibut ���������- * -���������---���������"��������� ������������������'��������������������������������������������������������������� --���������    luc  Smelts    "'^c  Herring,  3 lbs  for  ���������   35c  Crabs :2 for  ��������� ���������������������������' 2'J-  .Cod,blue or gray  ���������������������������������- -'^r.  Skato  t -i>'   - :ifJC  Flounders   -.   10c  TO THE ELECTORS OF MATSQiF  I wissh to soilioit your vote3 fev  Reeve of the Muiniicipality ofMAts-  qud fotr the comainig year.  I-am- .ain, iold-time resident of the  distridt- aind-.^n; owner of property.  I '.believe- I .am; sufficiently "acquainted . wiitai . the needs of the  'district fo;. ,be ,a,bl������ to serve the  people in . tine' capacity, of Reeve,  as I am intefresjtedj'.iini tlie municipality amd wislh'-^q see that tht  taxes mre-exptedi'ded'tQi-tJie interest  of the raitepayens.  If elected, I ^sihall do all in ruy  power to  see tihat  everyo-ne  g^fj  a fair deal in ajll tlh'at pertains   U  muiniicipal mfaibt&slB.      -'  .Yotans trury,  WILLIAM ELLIOTT  Mr. C. Sumner, of Aldergrove  was in town this week, looking hale  and hearty .as though country life  agreed with him. Many, peopie  'would like to see "Charlie" back  boosting fior' Abbotsford.   -  SQUI-SOMAS BOARD OF II  Montreal, Nov. 1st, 1912  B.J. Gernaey, Esq.  Abbotsford, '     ' .  Sir: ,, '    ''    ;   .  '  lh      efum will not  stand for cutting the order in   two  and .shipping  part later, it would probably pay you to take all at once. ������������������ I will see  you  about December 5th, and we can talk it over then   , You had^better' re- ���������  arrange your shipping order at once if you wish as there   are  6   doz.   51  collars on spring order.'.  Don't cancel anyas leather has reached the   un^  heard of price of 45c per lb here, so I w6uld   cancel  nothing  m  lea her .  goodr.    I got another raise in price of 5 per cent, .and harness and collars  when I got to Regina.    Will explain when I see you.  ' W'. Bradwin, Salesman.  , From Lamontagne Limited. v ,  President, Chas. Hill-Tout   Secretary, S. A. Morley  of Abbotsford, B. C.  Meeting Held First Monday. of Each Month  %.  Write the secretary regarding manufacturing sites  with unexcelled shipping facilities and' ch6ap power  ll   or iriforrnaiion regarding the farm and fruit lands of   ,  uv the district, and industries already established, k  '���������^a���������'     ^ "'���������'       ,    '..,_'. '   '���������'  '   /      ������������������:"    ���������' 'w ''��������� '  '��������� yuwM'e&Sr-  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that feels good and,looks good;  X  '...,   ring up ��������� , , '  CURRIE SlM  mas  A useful present is always an appropriate  one, and what could be better than  something in cutlery? . For instance a fine  carving set.   We have them at all prices,  Jas. Elliott  '���������"B; Co '/ '}::  Manager;  If you are looking  for Bargains in  Town Lots,  f  Dairy or Chicken  Insurarice--Fire and Life  Telephone Connection   .  A Suitable Present for your wife  Here is a secret.   Purchase an Abbotsford lot, or better  still a house, make the first payment on it and then present it to your wife as a Christmas present.  Houses and lots at special holiday prices, and on the in-  stallment plan.  Have some fine bargains.in Abbotoford real estate.  1  /I  A'I  -������',  4;  A  i',i  i  A  ���������1  , tr^,i^ i^-t.^ ��������������������������� r"������  ��������� V-;v  '   T i  ** ,.������THB ABBOTSFORD 1091',       ABBOTSFORD, B C,  ^fi^������  *' 'j^^tsA l.-t.���������i i.^.j '--  I  Christmas Jewelry:  I . ��������� !-,���������  makes the most appropriate of gifts. Our line of  brooches, bracelets; necklets, tie pins^-cuff links, is complete and designs "new.  A fine line of eight-day Mantle Clocks^ just arrived.  These clocks have cathedral gong with hour and half-  hour strike.   Call and inspect pur stock.  Our Guarantee stands behind every article.-  MATSQUI COUNCIL  f,ComMnucd Prom Page One)  I  CAMPBELL, The Jeweler, Abbotsford  ' . ������ ��������� .,...,...<,..���������..������..���������..������ ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ "���������.���������������������������������������������������������������0������l..  examine our, g  m^koMnTLallies' felt,  leather and, velvet slippers,  Children's felt slippers/Men's leather t and felt  slippers, Men's knitted vests, Men's knitted  scarfs, Men's umbrellas:' Fancy garters,  ���������������'. '.   arm. bands and suspenders.. . ,Silk  and poplin Neckwear. -  ���������\JfuLkmJm    W>������'   ^  .Resolutions.  That the clea-k-notify Mr.Jame:?  WillJnins that- the, Council will  move his fen op back on the road  line, when ahe ,road is put furthcy  \veot til .the foot of Jack's Iim"  that the sum-of twenty-five dA-  '.ara be appropriated for this wrji'k.  . That H. Watkina be appoint* i  municipal   council   at" Clayburn ,  Th.it. Councillor' Lehman be u-i-  thonzccl to .vepaiir. the road alontr-  thc (property <o4 Mr. I.'J.,W. Gold.  ;rhat tenders 'be called for the  slashing .and "stumping of the  Snrlh-Joncs road through L. S.  uccbion 13, township 17, aridCo.i8i-  ci'llor Bell be - authori'Aiid to receive tenders nmlv award contract.  That the sum of one hundred  dollairs be expended on the White:  'fou'd1., ..     .  That thc stunrps In frontoflhe  Aberdeen sc'hoor Ivornso be blasted  out  and   tho holes  filled  up.  That Wm. Elliott be given an  bon.'M'ab'e "discharge" from his" dudes   as   municipal   constable;  That the sum -of four hundred  and fifteen dollars be allowed- to  Ward 4 to effect a, settlement wiih  Mr. Page - for .the right-of-waj  for the Smith-Jones^ road and the  fencing of the Smith t road, and  this sum. be "deducted from the  revenue of the 'said Ward ,4 in  3913.    . '    '   ;  ,. That  the. Council will ditch the  south     side . of .   the,  Matsqui-Mt  Lehman road from, the .Riverside  ro'ad to the Glenmore road on  condition that the ploperly-own-  cirs who W'Ml'be benefitted thereoy  pay one-half of ���������the cost o'f die  work.  ' ,'Sub-Pivision Plans.  The following Bub-division plans  wore passed and signed: The N.L..  quarter  of  the  N.  B.  quarter  of  section 18, township 16; the nortn-  crly',50-acre vportron of the  N. E,  JluuKor of section 11, township Li J  the  80.03-aare 'portion, of the   N E  'quarter of section 35, townshipl?-  and the 1.10-aerd, part of the N W.  ��������� quarter of  section' 36,  townhhip 1������  'and 'the 0.72-acrc pa,rt of theS.W. ���������  quairter' of' the   N.W,   quartet' of  section L'O, township" 13. Legal stu.'-  division 1. section 2b\ and the 13(5-  aorc  part of tho N.E. quarter  of  section   23,   township   11);   the   30-  aore portion ofl. P.L. .204, gp ; 2. m'  connection  with this sub-divisiou,  thc clerk  was  instructed to notify the .registrar of land titles Lnat  the   Wright   and   Ulayburn   roads  shown on tho plan have been previously gazetted by thc municipal  council  of  a width of-.40 feet  The-plan, or sub-division-of the  S.W. quaiiter of "section 20, to wn ������������������  ship 16 .was presented' and the  same will be signed,when thcro-id  pn -the,- south.vbodnidary.Js slashed  to the'^viidth of '33 feet and rough-  graded'12 feet-..: If the owner will  pay into, the council the .cost wf  doing -this wqrlq the -council' will  pass the plan and undertake the  work.  Thc   K.a   quarter  of the  N. fi.  quarter of section .18-  township 16'  was  passed   and   signed   and  w'll  be forwarded  when tho     owners.  jV'If'S.'\p������s    Rogers, 'Black   and   McAl-  p'n<\   fo-rward   another   blue-print  copy.  .The fo'lowLng' bills ware passed  for .paymont. ' ,   >  M. Melander,, removing wind fail  >i,rca������ on   Huntingdon  road,'$2;H  W.   Wardoll,   removing   wind   fall  tree on  WW Li am 3 road, $1; Evans,  Coleman   and   Evans,   sewer  pipe  for culvert-at Chyburn, $6.48, II  riondrickson,   blacksmith   work for  Ward  2, $8.73; 'II. Williams, black-,  smith work for Ward J, $1.20; Children's  Aid  Society, July,  August,  and September maintenance of-the  Frank   Aish - children,   $'J0;   C.   T  Purvcr,  building culvert at Junction cf Clayburn and Wright roads  $12; R. Peardon, work on Boundary   road,   Ward   1,   $27:50;   Pem-  bcrton -road,  T.  H.  Baker $15, J  Lehman   $3.50,  G.   H.   Loach  $2.25  Wm. Bailey $12;/H. F. Page,,final  payment, for land for the  Smith-  Jones   road,   the   fencing   thereof  ' and   the   fencing   of "the  - "Smith  road,   $415;   Gold   road;  E.  White  sr. $8.25, E/G. Phillips $4.50; total  $12.75- A. F. Welch, bountj,$ L 15  Harry'.Fowles,, work on Campbell  H?ll,    $5;    James - Owen,   fencing  through ,a   portion   of  the  S.   E.  quater  of section  4,  township 14  $65.65; Ben Murphy,.completion of  "the   contraot on , the. Ross    Road  (Continued on last Page;  j" MCELROY & Cor      . - ,.r  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY;  Cor,- Essendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  GITY  ���������f-  I  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in i every respect.   The bar is  stocked with the best of-wines, liquor-and-cigars,  RATES, $1:50 TO  $2.00 PER  DAY  A. J, HENDERSON * SONS PROPR.ETORS  like this  won a prize  last yeaf.   -  . HpHE drawing was made  -*- from, a'photograph, of,  the   root-cellar with which.  D.  A. Purdy, of Lumsden, Sask., won  a cash prize in last year's<contest.   .In .that .last  contest there were 36 prizes.' There will be three  times as many prizes (108) in the  1912 FARMERS* PRIZE CONTEST  ��������� npHUS you will have three times as many chances of jvinning^it cash  '    A prize." Wonothave to use any certain amount of Canada- Cem.nt  "     to win a prize;   There are absolutely no ' W 'to 4������pffer  -    There-are .tw.eive, prizes for each Provmce (three c^ $50     k-   0t ,  $15; and three of $10) ,and you compete only with other farmers m y  ince and not with those all over Canada. - " _   ^ ,     ^m  It makes no difference whether you have ever used cement     ^ J^^       we will  had not used it until they entered the contest.    ���������^^.?%S������l everything  .end vou. fr e, a book,  " What the Farmer Can Do With, Concrete,  you need to know about 'concrete.    It is absolutely free, and you are undo, no  obligation to buy '' Canada'' Cement or to do anything else for us.  WRITE your name and addrcss.on the coupon .and mail It. or ������������ ^r "^.^ ".  W "^ Villsend you at once thc book and  full particulars of the 191Z Prtz-  Contest.  Canada Cement Company'Limited  Address Publicity Manager  504 Herald Building, Montreal  Pork Mutton, }^ee! vlaXS Sausages   Weinies  InTMogna ^way^onhand.   . Fish every Thursday  Jenderson & Taylor  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  :Civil Engineers  R  A HENDERSON  B  C "LAND   SURVEYOR  Office.nexlP.0. P. O. BoxIJ  I  Semi-ready Suits  To Special Order  F THERE Is no Semi-ready store in  * your town you ���������y>aveaSemHtcadr  ���������nit made to your special order from pat-  te n ^ Send for fine's Own" ie������je  SuatSM, wi* style book and jc.f-  measurinc form..   Guar.anr,rid���������' c^a'da  the same price everywhere^in Canada.  Have you seen the style book,    Stri  Sne  for you at Semi-ready Lmittd,  Monueal.   ,      .  A. BEESTQ^ Mission City." .  How are you fixed with your supply of stationery for the Fall  Business? Remember, there is an old proverb which says A  man is known by the company he keeps." To this has been  added the following, which is equally correct and meant es-  necially for you "A merchant is known by the quality ana  style of his stationery." Of course you wish to rank among  those who have reputations as good businessmen. Well then,  get your printing done at this office, where firstclass material  and workmanship are combined with right prices. The busy  season will soon be here,so get your orders in before the rush.  'V  $  BEKM������BS������flM������^ ','..   ,'">',. >���������.'.-,������������������.   !-��������� *������������������(������������������"<.��������� j,'W .,'      -;f'-.f:     .    r.'],������!'.,.  THB ABBOl'SPORD POST,, *  , <Watch  A'bbotsfard  ^row!  "^^^lAiiH^'^!.^ ���������'-i ��������� ;"rf'^6*t5fe������fi@i  BIRTH.���������To  Mr.   and   Mrs.     W.  Taylor, a son  Waitch A'bbotsfard  grow I  Mr. 'C. Bell, of, Matsqui.- \va3 ������o  town  on  Wednesday.  Don't forget that "Spinstcis1  Convention" was sung over the  phono to tho Post Office iasi week ���������  - It was reported this week tha'  Mr. J. Ilutton had sold his farm  nt a handsome figure, although  the  amount  is not  mentioned.  A fine display next weekof ICE CAKES.   The best  in the land.   We can save you money and  at the same time please your palate  We sell Almond Paste ready to put on the cake  at 50c per lb.  ristmas  - Mrs. W. Yenny ,was visitirig  friends in Mission City the early  part of the week.  ALBERT LEE,  The Abbotsford Baker  On Wednesday of last -week J13  I. O. O. P. of Vfrbbotsfoird, eniu-  tained their follow Oddfellows ������!  Chilliwack to a duck suppei.'"  Mr. B.'Bt Smith, our genial mer-.  chan't, wiio is a commissioner on  the ��������� Surrey .Dyking, Scheme,, wag  at the coast on Wednesday.  There is rumour' of another real  estate  agent starting  in  Abbots- 11  Pratt, Sophia Stuckup, stitfragetia,:  Jorusha Sprigging, Betsy Bobuet';.  Juliet Long, Violet Ann Rug^lcM,  Prances Touchmenot, Hannerli.g-  geirstaff, and other members <:f  the Y. L'.,S. B. TJ^S.' Don't iaii  to -attend, iMa'plo Leaf Hall, Dec, 20  ford.  Two of .our, .local sports amused  their friends the'other evening  with-' an exhibition of skill ssl-  dom witnessed in the small towns  of the" west. In the firiendly com-  >bat both were knocked" out in the  15th round.  Mr.- Joe Sanderson, our energetic  barber,' has decided that lie will  help Abbotsford look prosperous  and he ,w^ia'ft an^ early dale adu  t . 1  ing spent a, few days in Lo:vi���������  Mr. ,and Mrs. McCaallum have do.  cided to leave <on Tuesday and thn  parting .hymn, "T,iH We Meet A-  gam" was Bung in church on Sabbath'evening iin honour of . their  going.  ���������The one-act drama, "The Sp'.n-  ��������� sters'. Convention, 'will be given  by .the W. A. of St.'Matthews  . Church, in the Maple Leaf Hali, ou  Friday .evening, I>ec. 20, at 8.30.  Admission 50c," children '25c.  - -The Abbotsford Creamery" -has  been purchased from- Mr. Higginson by Mi, S.' J. Bates, who has  been .running the creamery for ilie  past two :om three years. -Jt is intended to remodel, the factory and  run on a larger scale. next year  Mr. Higginson says that it pays  -to  advertise in    the    Abbotsford  another storey 4a his building and  fit it  up for, its occupants,      thc  members of'the I. O. O. F. lodge  of   this* town.    When   completed,  the   buiiding  piromjises  to   be   one  of  the  best and  niftiest in      LtsS  ���������town.   "Joe"    did   .always     have,  faith  in 'A'bbotsfolrd.    He  built his  ���������present  building jvhen   the t,own  did not look nean" as progressive  as it does*, at, Ithe present day.  It  showed    that   his   judgment   wis  rightly placed and it is hoped thac j  at an early .date he will erect ano. '  ther.block for.rent  BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY  . According   to   official   statistics,  the three sugar .beet factories at  present   in   operation   in   Canada,  produced   during  tojbe   sugar   refining period, qt 1911 .-to  12 fr.������*n  Canadian'  grown Msugar ,bce;ls   a  totall  of  22,157,155 pounds,   or  11 -  078 short tons ,ot sugar beet,    as  ���������compared, with - 20,612,276   pounds.  o.r 10,306 tons, in' the previous'jra-  son ;of 1910 to 11. .-.The three lactones are situated at Wallaceorr?  and Berlin,'in Ontario, and atKrty������  mond, Alberta.  Spend your Christmas money in a way so as, to give  r -   .   .    '! give comfort to the home  One.of Alanson's rocking chairs either for a grown  person-or a; child will be appreciated  Kindergarten Sets���������two small chairs and a .table, is  something that' will amuse the children.    .  Hand Sleighs, Express Wagons, and Skates all for  boys and girls and many other useful presents,  in cutlery and silverware make excellent gifts  Spend your money in Abbotsford and. watch it grow  Hardware and Furniture  POULTRY TALK,  ]  MT.   LEHMAN ��������� NEWjS.  Mt. Lehman, Dec. 9AMessrs. \  Lehman and N. Robinson returned  reutrned to Vancouver on Monday   morning.1     .'   .. t ,   ,.-���������"  F.' Cbghlan an'drH. Taylor wore,  passengers  'to  Abbotsf ord,   -east-  bound.".' ������������������    '- .  Post Tnflf WBOi 1 .���������.������������������;- . The first Monday in the' month  Post. Last week he inserted the ��������� being the regular meeting uiirfr  ad. and in a few days the sale was Lr the Abbktsford Truf bS  was   completed   and  he   had    cho") Lodge,  a number  of Mt! Lehi"n  Cheque.  A- general meeting ofthe Agn-  cultural Association   will  be  held  *in the Maple Leaf Hail on Saturday   afternoon, January  11���������   ion  The hour has been changed from  2.30   to   1.30   p.m.   >The   object   ���������f-  the meeting is to purchase grounds  for the holding of the agricui!.;i-;  ral exhibition  next year.   AH  ar-  requested  to  attend.  J True Blues 'took, advantage ofthe  1 opportuni ty and " visited      their  neighbours,    among    them    be'ng    throwing out feed.   -  Misses Alder, Feroival and" Fallen     . Unc������mfortabIe houses and stoi  Hens that .roostf in a damp, ciobe  house are'.ap.ti'td give, .out in the  leg   joints ..with   a trouble   somewhat akin to rheumatism.-   ,  ; Marking chicks  or young, luck--  eys with a.poultrypunch does no  harm- and':the fov^ls will '   always ���������  show the mark.  ' "'���������.���������"   ,"'.-  A-'-gentle'mother'makes- genne .  chicks. .When thV'mother, heuiif  ���������wild and-flighty it is hard to la mi  her.-young.  - "..."���������  Leghorns are natural' foragers. A  Leghorn mother will never hai,g  around the back' door with h������r  brood unless you spoil her ~ by  throwing out feed.  One of th������ happiest men in Abbotsford is Mr. W. JLongfeilow.*  He was charivaried right the other' evening when a number of  friends invaded his home, with all  the named articles used as kitchen  utensils and showered . them ai  him.-. He says it beats the- iva.u  showers of the Fraser Valley tj  pieces.  .A. pleasant function took place  on   Friday   evening^ Nov.   29,   at  the home of Mrs. Longfellow, ,vh' n  their -many friends assembled and  presented  them    with    a kiichta  shower.     Mrs.   Elliott,   in   a   tLVv  words voiced thq sentiments ofuil  present  by wishing them a   long  and happy married, life and a welcome to Abbotsford, to which Mr.  and Mrs. Longfellow graciously;c-  fcponded.    A   most   enjoyable time  .was   spent  at   bridge.      Refreshments   were   served,   among   In-  many   delicacies   was   the   brias', 1 .]np. _t  wedding cake, of which the young \V*L?  folks tied  up kD handkerchiefs tor       m? p   P . , ���������     ,  future use.         '               ��������� ���������                     Ml' *��������� ��������� -Rogers' friends were dis-   ;                       appointed when he; received word  The following "Soinsters"   'WV������    v��������� he-woul*Jlavo to & down to  hoped to Ibevbaek'in time for tne  ton, Reeve Merryfield and  Mr. P  Alder.  Mr. A. Nicholson and Sam attendee! the auction sale at Hatri:  on. Tuesday, <bu& did. not buy "ay y-  thirig.  The additional length added to  the station platform, during ' the  early part of. the week, is proving  a   great  convenience.  Mr. E. Nascoe, rof Aldergrovp.  spent Thursday .afternoon iE .the  settlement and stated-that he had  almost entirely .recovered from hi*  recent  illness.  Mr.   H.   (Mils  gave  a wonderful  display   of "driving   on   the   Gillis  road on Wednesday .evening with  his team and three passengers ju  the democrabe.   He executed aoa-.'j  fine turns; -drove  for  some    distance -through .tiie{ bush and mt ?  few  fancy  figures,  completely   a-  maz ng  a   number  of people who  watched him.  Mr. J. Anderson, the real estate  dealer, was ,ln Mt. Lehman otj  Saturday and gravelled on up to  A,bb.>tsford..  Mr. E. Nelson, was over from b,l-  verdale on Priday.and stayed o^cr  night with his grandfather, Mr. J,  Israel.  Misses. Perciva.1 .Alder and i<m-  lerton attended the teachers' uioe-  -ting at Clayburn, on Saturday af-  en nests out-of-doors are apt to  go together.  MATSQUI COUNCIL  (Continued, frogn Page 3)  Piesident; Priscilia Abigail Iloags  Secretary; ..Calamity Jane Hig-  gins;   Rebecca   Shairpe, Tiny  Short, Charity Longface, Polly Auc  masquerade   ball   on   the   20th.  Mrs.   Bromell   and   Mrs.   McC'al  $119,- Wm. Walters, 12.days offthe  Walter and Aish roads, $72; Mu-'  niciplaity of. Langley, one half of  the'cost   of  work   done  on    tho  Groves  road,  $25;  Winkler     'a"hd  Sander, fence (posts for the .fence  through a portion ot the property  of D. B. McDougald, $4; Matsqui  school   board,  payment   of-     the  over draft, $350; A. Lofgren, boun  ty on muskrats, $5.10;.Olaf Olsen,  bounty son -Muskrats,-$9.50;   Knul  Anderson,,, road work;' in  Ward i,  .$18;   Wni,   Harrison,' 'hauling \-25  yards of graved on Riverside road  $37.50; iW. Elliott, services as con^  stable, $18, road work .$9; gravel-  ling Lee road, George McCaiium  $3.50, Angus ��������� MacLean  $3,    John  Israel $6, Hugh.-Gillis' $6,   James  Townlan $3,' (total' $21.50;. Matsquf-  Mt.-Lehonan road, Peter Mackwisj  $15.10, Jas. Towlan $15.10, D.     B.  McDougald $29175, total'$59.95; Wm'  Bailey, work ion. Morrison road,$S8  C   Clark,  replanking   bridge    oj  Glenmore road, $31.75; Ross-Lapp  Lumber  Co., .'lumber  for   bridge,  and  cu'Iverts  Ward 2, $52.26; Lc-  Peuvre   road,   John   Catto   $17.50:  J.  Catto  $17.55, Malcolm Sinclair,  $13.50, Stanley .Gernaaki $13.50, M  Pihl $35.10, ,Q T. Groves $21, Alfred  GledhHl $5.40,   total  $123.6},-  John Catto, ,cleiariaS,Yale road, in  front  of   the    Aberdeen      schooU  house, $13.50; A. Skipworth, repaiv-  >ng 'bridge and culvert-in Wai-d I  $3.75;   Clayburn-Straiton  road,   H  ���������Watkins, $6.30, H, C. Benson $j.ifi,  total   $14.79;    C.    Hulton-Harrop,  cieanng windfall tree, ward 3, ji.&>  falls,   ward, 3, $1.50;  Carson  Lch-  man, police Idutios, $8.b0; J. E,' Israel, police Iduties, $3;.,T. J. Trupp  & Co.; Ltd., 12.cases of .powder delivered at Bradner, $84.10; Mrs. M.  McCaiium, final (payment of addition 10.Mt. Lehman gravel pitv$8!;-  55-..Angus MacLean, final pa} mint  I of land for road, $110.46; C. M. C\,  November salary, $33.30; caps ;a-nd  fuse if or .ward 2, $1.65; postage $5,  paymnet of tax sale redemption to  Andrew Prey, $52.17, total'$32.12, ,  By-L.aws  The,by-law'establishing the Beh'  road aiad the Higginson road was  reconsidered and finally passed.  Councillor Ware, gave notics  t-->  introduce aby-taw to\ establish the  White road ��������� from the'' Mt.' Leh^nu  rbaid east, for the distance,of one-  half mile.  , ,- "."'.'-  ,.Counoillor Lehman   gave  notice  to establish' a roa'd through a portion . of the south half- of; block' 8.''.  S.W.  quarter of-section  10, township 14,'the same to be'a diversif-'n  of the Pemberton road.    '  .The clerk    announced that-tlie  Voters'  Lrst  for the - forthcoming  municipal   electon   closed   on,  December 15, the Court of,Revision to  revise the list would be held on  the First Monday^ in January, the  nominaitdon would be held on the  second  Monday  in   January," ar,d  the election woul<| be held on th������  Saturday following the nomination  The    council then adjourned'to'.  meet iin the municipal hall on Saturday,  December  213$  at   10   or-  clock in  the forenjoqn.  HARRON BROS.  Embalmers ardTnreral Directors'  Vancouver,  Office  and  chapel   1034 GranvillQ St;, Phone 3486  North' Vancouver, ' .. Offico and  ChapeK-116 2nd St. Phone 131.  (Jo     O  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given Free  Pihone Connection      ��������� Mission City  Presbyterian Church Notice  PORSAALE-5youngmilch cows to  freshen from the 27th of this  month.   Apply to R. OWEN, one  . mile south of B. C. E. R��������� Mount  Lehman. . '  Eyeight Specalist  Manufacturing Optician  Does tbe Pinest Optical  Work.  \Iedical men and others pay' tri-  bute to his skill.  793 Granvilh* St. .yancousci-  Pastor-Rev. J. L.  Campbell, B.  a-., b; n.  Services-Sunday scho'oi' 10 a.m..  Public Worship 11 ������. m. ���������  Teacher training clasaJ p.m.  Public iW'otrship 7.30 Cp. m, ,.  Choir Practice, Friday .8 p. m.  Meeting  far Bible    Study    and  Prayer Wednesday 8 p.m.  Huntingdon  Sunday School, 2.15 p. m.  Public Worship 3.30 p. m.  Watch-Abbotsf ord^ grow;  F.OB. BALE-The Abhotsfoxd Ci-ea-  ery, including building m,i-  cMnery a|nd, -three lots. Pi-������ce and  terms satisfactory to tho right  party. Investigate this' proportion, - Apply, j. Higginson. Ah-  bqtBford, B. ft   ...-   ,  ,,',   '.    ._.^  1.  lectric Ogh  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  lectric Power  For Factories and  Industrial Plants  , . ,  ���������   "i'v"u ��������� ������.e wiuiu'a.n tree, ward 3  -i>i <���������  lum rotund ,oB Friaay after 1^. ,K.. a. ftteaj, jem^    ^  Convenience      Comfort     Economy  Atteniion will be given lo all aoolictioris (or service from our lines..  Address all enquiries to  Light and Power Department  Holden Block) Vancouver.  isfi Columbia Elei  ik  w  h  *'i  4  if  ������5  JSl  il?������**i.-.'/:  ���������\  I  ;y,|W������^^nvrJUWiglft.W������^rt*<ffW������'W'>'W">"*''������ "���������  *#" I*" "\.������   i*l*f������ ���������     -A I ������B" t1*     J**l    J      ikltfr    ���������  T" V"   ������.���������"'" *W*i    t*"4   1,T,|Trfr���������������!* tn-  1* W ������������������   ���������'   ^.Ki^lrT.i   ^  yiT.  .. 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