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 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE GRANff;LOYAL ORDER OF BOOSTERS  TV*    .  Vol. VI., No. 4. -  ABBOTSFORD, B. C, FRIDAY,   Dec.  6, 1912  \)m  {  I  l\  3&>8 $1.00 PER YEAR  See us for  Dolls from  Toys, Ribbons,  Handkerchiefs  We are ready for Santa  Claus.   Drop in and  see.us.   .. ", ,.  Guide For the Conduct of the  Fraser   Valley .Municipal  Publicity Bureau  <*i  >*'  r  r\  ���������is extended to all customers of this store and others,  to visit us in our new premises  now that we are in shape to do  business under most favourable  conditions.  In order to make roonV for  spring stock we are selling" our  Boots and Shoes at  Greatly Reduced Prices*  Are making.a specialty of carrying an UP-TO-DATESTOCK IN  GROCERIES, at prices that will be  hard to beat elsewhere.  See Our Christmas Specialities  in the Grocery Line.  v  J.  ' The next m'eetang^'of'the'Frascr  'Valley   ���������Muin/iHp'a'l /Publfcity - Bu-���������  reau -will 'be" held.in New Westminster ifcn" January next, md it H"  oxpected that a larger attendance,-,  than  ever will be' present.     Tlif"  JBnreau   was jstarteid' by, ^a'letl-i  sent .out ,to the' different municipalities" of the Fraser- Valley     by  Mr.   Otrway.. WilkieJ-'Cialli"n;g-atten- -  iilon to the "need of more and better advertising fo^the Fraser Vat-  ley.    The first meeting called      a"  few   inltereis'ted' o!r4es.'<'-Punier u;ui-  meetings have been] called and the  following  constitution ��������� is now'the  guide for the ��������� Bureau:  Name shall fee the Fraser Valley  Municipal   Publicity   Bureau/  Officers  shall comisisf-'of Ho'nor-  a'ry   Preside/nit; c President,'    'Fiist'  Vice-President," Second   Vice-I'io  sidenit and Secretary.  The executive shall consist oi  mine memibers elected' at the aii-  ���������nuual general, meeting.  A quorum of executive shall  sist of five members, ot the executive. ���������  Members shall 'foe elected by the  municipal' councils and boards of-  'trade, o/ne member to each body.  Membership shall extend lo 'mii-  uiicjp ;i]'i trie's,, districts .or town-  sites awd boards of trade from  Hope to the; mouth of the Fraai:r  River.  The membership 'fees to be hot  less than Five Dollars per month '  to  each  body having  a representative.   Fees  to  be paid  in      advance.  That this Bureau shall work for  tbe progress of the Fraser Valley  by promoting serf?tleme.it on th'o  lands and by affording accurate  information to intending settlou.  to interest and locate industries  and to /afford' information bureaus  as may be! selected'by the executive; to assist settlers in find-  ing suitable markets ;��������� to secure c  quitable freight'amd express rales  goods roads, 'alnd tio promote .uiv  enterprise for thel general well ire  of the whole of the Fraser Valley.  Although the above is not a  very comprehensive constituli'jn  so far as the s'.zo i'S concerned,  it no doubt serves the purpose,  and c'aln be' amended and enlarged at amy time.  The secretary of the Bureau la  asking  the   different  boards      of  trade throughout the Valley to endorse  the   following  resolution:  Re Assistance to  Settlers.  We, your committee, recommend  that the Domindchi and Provincial  goverarmants   be   approached    to  the following/manner:  Thc,governments to assist actua  'settlors to clear the land lor  T each "aiotuaJl 'jsettler who,- agrees> lo  put" it- under cultivation at ,01100,  and live oln'ithe premises. Cost of  clearing" to be a charge against  the property.     >  Owneii' not'to sell" without' au-���������  tliority of- the, (government a.nd-  them ofnly to an, actual-settler,  ��������� TearmiS; of   paymepvt .to. extend''  over, a length  of 'years,  at   ��������� thd  lowest possible' interest.   '._  Payments' to. cover principal and  interest ;"bo5 much per-.--acre.* -���������per.,  year.- , , . ,' -   .  Amoupit-of clearing to be limited  on each property. The object being ���������,to "ejnable the settler to have  a living so 'as to" enable" him to',  live' o<n hilsr property and.impiove  it am'd, to da away with the necessity of leaving,home during the  best pant, of the year to make e-  mpugh money to( 1'ivei 'on, winch :"iV  the past "has been/- the' cause of  dlearlmig land so'.slowly-and keep-'  ing the 'seittler;-back.' Vt<n ��������� -, ... ,  ~The settlor, to have the-privilege  to tender tar clearing the land. \  A. practical in'spector and appraiser to be appointed ��������� for caeii  stated' d'istri'ct for'purpose of-reporting.-on- work done and- applied  for.'    ��������� ', '        -,;.���������..  OTWAY WILKIE "  Help Towards the Work of the  Publicity   Bureau   is ,  Solicited  An -extrmeely -interesting ceremony ' took place, a|t the Ladies' 'Aid bazaar, tn^the Orange  .Hall, 'Mount Lehmain, on Friday e-  vending, when Mr. and Mrs. McCallum were given/ their presentation and the following nicely illuminated speech, which was read  by* Mr. Garmi'ch'ael.  This silver-plated - tea service .'*  presented to Mr.' and Mrs. A cc  McCallum by their friends ana  neighbours ait Mbu&i't Lehman, as  a small token of their love and  esteem on the occasion; of th.3ir  leaving for Neiwj Westminster.  We all feel that we are losing  unselfish neighbours. Their hoiat  has .airways beenlopen: to everyono  and their gefniall hospitality was  known throughout the countryside.  Years ago they gave the land upon which the churdb; is buiit, and  always taken1 an earnest interest  in its welfare,.  Mrs. McCallum' has been a faithful worker oja superintendent m  the iSaibbailh school and in the Ladies' Aid, As a neighbour she wan  always neady to, help at the sick  bed and to, comfort the bereaved.  Her kindly face and ready smile  her cheery .word and willing hand  will be  sadly missed.  We Wish them God's blessing hi  their mew home and hope they  will often; visit their old friendij  and neighbours iar Mt. Lehman.  November 27, 11)12.  To a/11 of which Mr. McCairum  replied in, one of his well-known  short ain|d witty speeches, thanking their m'a[ny friends for Ml  their kin)d|jiesses in the past and  assuring them a hearty .'welcome  whenever  they .fauind  it'������ possible  aid settlers i<n Brdbish Columbia iu   to ������isit then^i,g['tb,e;ir ne.w, home,  ^  The regular m'omthly meeting oi  the ��������� Alb^oitsford-fSumas- Board  , of  Tra'de wjais -held oml .Monday evening lais't,   with   a bumper  at ten d-  anoe", which' shows thaifc the     tii������''- "  ch'an-ts of the tow|n  are" taking ��������� a  greater an)d greater, interest-in,;lo  oa/1 affains.    This speaks,.well ������oi'.  the-fultu're jvelfane-'of' AbooVsidi & ''  >as ,iit is  gemerally considered' that  when|. the merchants,/ those ; douis1;  business ,i|n thej-tlown; iook< well alter  the   well-bedlng   of   the   town  amid ip'llafn flo'r the. future, that lhe  future wall well taike care of it-eU. '  Thiiee n[ew memibers, of the t'owr.  joined the Beard, Messrs. J.- A.  Henderson; R'. 55.- Henderson'trod  B. B. JSirnlith. This will add* to ciic  stretaigth of the Bo'ard, as all or  these mienj are-well-known, boosters for the towfni    ���������  ;A .c'ommuinjic'atio,n was read from ���������  the Surrey Board, of ,Tnade astern.**'  that the Boai'd here take ���������up.JLha  matter of having reduced v rates  on;, the B. C. E. 1R. on Sundays to  other points than terminals��������� ilrJr  is, local poiinlts opl the line. lhe  oommuniicaition - was received' and  filed, anfd it isl not likely any L.o-  ther aotiLani wiil be taken, in ihe  matter.'  Mr. J. R. Parton was appointed to  receive subsenptiomis for. the f.re  department and to arrange for  protection; for the buckets that  the ' Bc^ard  has purchased.  Dr..Stuart iWade, that inveterate  booster for the advancement of  boards ,of trade, was present in behalf of thei Fraser, Valley Publicity  Bureau. The other members of  the committee could not be present. He passed out many sug-.  gestioiTi'S otn the best mechodi K^  ���������make a board of trade sucecsslul  and buildei'S for the town to wh.ch  they belomiged.  He was particularly present, however, for the purpose of inducing  the   Board  to  contribute   towards  the   Fraser   Valley  Publicity    Lu-  reau.    He- went thoroughly    mio  the scheme of the new organi-sa-  pa,\3Jloq  on -]v\.[\ po^;s   pu.u   uoi;.  that the Bureau^ had ihe right method of advamci{ng] the interests oC  the   Frajser.    He   urged  that      he-,  Board   become  a   member   of -thc  Bureau.   He also suggested that a  committee be appointed to secuie  further information  in .regard    to  the   workings   of  the   Bureau.   Ic  was  a   scheme   that  only "muniei-  cipalities   and    boards   of ' traues  oould control, as it was '.organized  ai the present time, aid wm  not  a raa-l estate booster as many people   supposed.     !i5   would   entitle  the Board to, iall the privileges of  Go\n|bihu'ed  on  Page  i. ,  v  #  I  ii  u  I !  ^ii  :w.-' THE ABBOTSFORD POST,     ABBOTSFO^ % 6.    7"  VZm    ~*[  r ��������� r��������� -���������**"-  ViSwwrV  >������*J- i-W^   ASWJ*  THE ABBOTSFORD POST  Published   every   Friday   by'  the   Post  Publishing Comppny.  A weekly Journal devoted to the Inter-  from maw, 'though, tho wholo  Chiristialfflnations of the world will  be telling abo-ult the Christmas of  1912 (ap|d' whaft a f ijn-ei ,Iiime they all  A weekly journal uevuusu v> u..������   , n���������   nf   m?ll  Mt, of Abbotsford and buu-nding aiH- bpcli   iWhile    *pumbar  of   man,  trict. ''���������     ��������� I the mqm only, of cauirse, will     be  ���������u aP- 'making  good absolutions   of what  they initend to  do   during      iafl  Advertising rialos mndo know.,  plication.  LEGAL ADVRKTTSINO���������12 cents per  line for first Insertion, und 8 conn a ime  *Jor nil BiibHOduont conHuoutlvo lnHCrl.lonn,  Our BbJbbolctli���������arelUiar for' nor ���������fin"  tlie   Govonnuont.  FRIDAY DEC 6, 1912  '  THE LABOUR PROBLEM  cominig yelar.   Nd resolutions made  in Abbjot'sford this New Year.wlV.  ever be broken; is the' word  lint  has  gon.e forth.' ,This  will be     a  giramd     Christmas  in  Abbotsford  The who!le townl end, the countryside hjas been, prosperous and when  Christmas com.es there will be sure  to be a'girwtf- rejoicing.      It '"9  been, o(ne of the beat "years   that  Abbotsfoird has ever seen, and there  has   been] ��������� really   japre   genulno  growth during *he> naist 12 'months  tharii     diurriipg     any     time    previous.   Oime fiat .has, gone forth u-  There is a grave question whether the tide of prosperity which  is sweeptog   over 'the   country  U  ::::: tz ������?������*������������, ^������. ������*.. -r���������  L-tot    C**Hw. -m the North- bl.e tor th������ b.y*������ of most d th  Z^J^yM *'- gntob.... ,������.-*, a���������d tt* * that th^  'are 'decidedly serious.      ' irtcmd to hay ������ much of th���������_  Reports   colteoted   by   comma Christ^ pr.M*. *> ^6<������'a  <U1   MWdw   Btaw   that  million this yflalr <* It Is possible to ou>.  "bull of whe,t . thep��������� A ,������*- surve7,������*<f������'���������a  iM ���������������, ������eft or,     U������ .round ���������,- W  ^ocr tK^ t*    he     ���������.-  " ������  ,������ ' Unhmar could not be secuv- chants  say they naye  d     r TXesLg.  The rep.r, ^ P���������-^-  so show tWt & certain sections ;tp. fceliev.e th,t a   happycbdc   -  Lner,s    ������re   turning    their  live been, miade by .aJll whoi have dcs i  ���������k*o the cornfields because  od     ������,   ^W^^r.  they **<* secure the labour to .uvtch ^^^^^  harvest, the grain,   Farm help Is on,e tbftg -������re, ** tf the good.  not to be bia'd.   High wages been  to be ,1*0/ inducement.  Men 'cannot  be fprevlailed upon to go from tbe  city Lata the' country and the   a-  bunidlant crops of. the past season  -are-rotting in the fields*  . Itisfor&uinflite  'that -jtjhis . situation lis pott" universal, but it pre  aire all' o*. mostly all. purchased in  Abbotsford' that the dollars will  alll .come back'tq the spenders a-  gfeiiotf This is A'Sbatsford's growing tijmte anadi It is a mighty good  idea 'to Eootftj irn| 'this way/  In, 'the eoroxse[ of a few days now,  ���������tbegqods that the merchants have  tion to net" unive-r^a    ������n: u pi-   ,       "^^        ^ ^ qn, di3play  ^ails to an; extent  that  demands ^ ^^  ftttenition;-   The   solution   of    ihw   art? u   xniey ^ ^ ���������,>  ^btTl-  of  ^iversal  inlere.   chants s^y.tW .^4 none nav  If  tne toff is to  stay on the   ������**������ to ^Ufc the������ word,,   ������.r  I'*-    1-     ������������-   noil    i-)T 'ATobotsfard ertkmea  ha\e  grown-  a  farm  an;d   cultivate   the   soil,  ui ���������  .     .. ,.    hot   better  dunnig  the  past   yen.  the benefit of the dwellers xn the   101-   ua ������ s  Chwgtmas gifts wul  titles  he must haVo assistance in   ,Lnuac       . e .  vciues, jiemuoi. n.a ���������.��������������������������� 4.i,Q ������ii-n,aiVrfi nt  seemethom  harvesting the crop, he has raised  If the dweller is to have food products lat  a price   within his mean*  it becojmes to him, *a matter ol vita;  imprto.-tfanice   that   farm, product-:  reach him at a minimum of cost.  The two hypotheses are associated  in the problem,' of getting surfk-* ���������  en't farm Labbur'at prices that win  compensate the labourer without  adding ,tp the, cost of the product  bo &s t<y miake it prohibitive..  ���������Here is an1 essetntilai- in the co3t  of living problem,   If the scarcity   m Abblotisfoird.  The) stores  have the pleasure of seeing thorn  'bring-joy to; the people who receive them, if they .purchase them  in  AbboitisfoiraV  The editor met a stranger on  the streets on ."Wednesd'ay last unci  this was the o-em'arK he made,'* You  have as fi|niej'a Owl: of stores in A robots ford asin'any town ofitsoiae  that I kmow'of/ Most .of the residents of the town and the surrounding country must purchase  the greiaxerportiofiii of their goods  wouiJ  of labour is permitted to discour  age the farmer j tfi drive him r.o  reducirag his.apreiaiga and his product; t,o aldd to. the harvest comc:  the. prices of ordinary foodsti-.iC  from the. farm will soar to altitudes now. .unthought of. Li-va  sftpek .will followi suitl a,n<i the living, copft be higher than ever.  Pub.licj.sts will find f.ood for  thought in this situation,, It involves one of the greatest industrial qaieistipns of the day, and it  must be m,eft. -with,' courage and ia-  telligenjcet :,.:..���������  not be  so good 'if they did noc.:>  Just "size up the town, and sej   ir  that stoanger was not pretty near  ���������rights  THE    MARKET.  Egg3 came dowiin. with a big Bluun  on the Westmijnster market last  week. At thc opening vendors asked the ru'l'ing figures of last week  for their stock:, biit the,, buyers  were indifferent and quotation������  declined i)n a short time from 6a  and 65 0o(ntB wholesale, to 45 and  The stores of the town, have taken, oto somewhat _ of a Christmas?  appearance and sonaej of them, are  ^dvemtising their Christmas goods  aikeady, yet it ils ojiily about loar  weeks till Christmas though it does  Wot (appear |tq>e(ythalt time of. the  year. The- bejaiutiful weather. . of  Abbotaford, whigh is truly, called  the "QaPpo-jnia of the L Feasor  iVallley, hals beqef such as to make  onfe feea th^a^.it is ojply.yet in the  early, stages oi i&k   Four weaks  on cemts, and r^taiLl from 70-and  74 oanite to1 53 to 60 cents. The *igg  stocks Wiere much heavier than for  some weeks palsit.  Qutsidi'e of eggs, fruit was the  chief feature. The arrivals wovJf  heavier than thei avetrage and wIMi  the  demlanld  only flato'the  Pr10-9  took a   cansidenablie slump.', l'cars ,  -lost a<s much; las: 23 cents, while ar,-  ptes droppied frorm 10 to 25 cents  Onlly the first-class stock was pur-  chased. ���������   '   , .  Pacatoes arid other ueasonabla  vegetables co,n|tii|nue to arrive \v���������  large qula;ntbities. Spuds are a drug  on the marketi, lap4 there seems to  be a fielair amton'g the buyers to  purchase i,n liarge. quantities on ao  oounit of the dan gen- of frost. '  The moat s'tall,ls were well supples, but pBV&rtholcBs mutton:  stoengthened slightly and pork  udvianced a .half cent.  A good variety of pot land cul  flowers found a very reidy saU\  while tho fish dealers ' had littio  to compllaiin of ��������� regarding * tins  day's business. '  The prices���������        I ,,'    ���������    '   ������  Ch'i.ckcins,,per doz,  ������������������ $4 lo $������  Young  birds  per doz  ���������  $6 to ij>3  Brpilors, per  doz.   ---$31j$i  Poultry, live weight  18c to aoo  Ducks, per 'lib. ��������� I8clo20c  Ducks per doz.   $7 to $>9'  Geese, live weight -��������� ������������������ - '^c  Geese, dressed  - r- 30^  Turkeys local dressed, rper lb. -49c  Turkeys, eastern, dressed, per lb. 3b  Poultry, cleaned, per lb.  *25c  Young Pigs, each   $3.60 to $5.50  -VEGETABLES  High Hain-d pptaltoes, ton- 13 to $ii  Beets, per sack  ���������*  '7'0  Cairrats, pier sack foe*  Cabbage,  wholesale, per lb  Ic  Tuirinlitps,    ���������    '       80V  Cabbage; retail, per lb   2c  Cabbage, per head  10c. to i5c  Cauliflower, per head   5c to 10c  -SMALL FRUITS  Apples, per 'box -  -'75.c to   ,1  Peairs, per box  < ���������"��������� ; "*&*  -. -EGGS-AND BUTTER  Eggs, wertJaiil, p,er. doz.,- 55c, to bO'c"  Eggs,,wholesale --i. ���������'��������� -������4bcto5{;c,  ���������Butter, retail, perjb. - -40c to 45c-  ���������WHOLESALE MEAT  yeal-   ...    .........' ���������13a to 14e  Large veal' -'--"- :  10c .to lie  pal.]j    13 - to  131-2  Mutton,  per lb '--  12c  to' 12}$p  Laimib,    : -i  - "\    i0c  Best Heifer, No. 1. ;���������'������������������ i<,c  Beef steer, No. 1. ilc  -RETAIL MEATS  Beef, best rib roasts  15c to 18c  Beef,   loin    18c to 22c  Beef, short loin   25e  Beef, round  steak  20c  Boiling  Beef      10c to  14c-  Beef,  pot* roast    13c  Veal    -    15c   to ��������� ISc  Pqjj.^;    .^ ..���������, ,  18c  to 2flc  Dressed chicken, lb'  -5c  Sugar cured beacon,  20e  Sugar  cured  Qor>ned j������ork    20c  Mutton,  v 17c to 20c  Homemade pork sausage, lb.���������  20c  Salted Pig's heads, lb.  8c  Pickled pig's feet, IB   10<--  Pickled pig's shanks, lb ..-���������-:������ 15c  Sugar cured hogs heads,, lb��������� 5c  Sugar cured ipigs feet por lb��������� 8c  Sugar cured corn beef, lb���������10c to Via  Pure lard    13c  -{PISH  Salmon ,red spring   l5c  Salmon,   white    .- *������<      i5c       fOc      jOC  ..........    20C    2^-'  life          ���������"*(/:   l'JC      IOi:  Montreal, Nov. 1st, 1912  j     B. J. Gernaey, Esq.;  Abbotsford,  Sir: ' ,' ���������..-'.���������       ���������,.'/���������,,  if the firm will not  stand for cutting the order in   two  and  shipping   ���������  '   part later, it would probably pay you to take all at once.    Iwill^see  you    ;  about December 5th, and we can talk it ovSrthen.    You ha.d better  rearrange your shipping order at once if you wish as there. are   6 _ doz.   5f  .  collars on spring order.    Don't- cancel any as leather has reached the  unheard of price of 45c per lb here, so 1 would  cancel  nothing  m  lea her  ' goodr.    1 got another raise in price of 5 per cent, and harness and collars  when I got to Regina.    Will explain when 1 see you.  W. Bradwin, Salesman.   '  From Lamontagne-Limited.  Sturgeon-,  >���������-���������*   Halibut!   Smelts    Herring-, 3 lbs for  Crabs "2 for --  Cod ,blue ox gray  Skate  i��������� ���������'"���������"'  Flounders  ,��������� ���������  .a.     Im.m       mm  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 cheap power  or information regarding the farm and fruit lands of  the district, and industries already established.   .    ��������� i iwtqaiawMWJ������B������Mas  Abbotsford  Livery, Feed and Sales Stables  When you require a comfortable rig;  one that,feels good and looks good;  ring up  &. McKENZIE  mas  lery  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.  jbtsfbird /Hardware   Co.  ABBOTSFORD, B, C  Jas. Elliott:' . -;   ;"  . .,' Manager.  If you are looking  for Bargains in  Town Lots, Farm  ..   iL������ IViCi  Insurance-Fire and; Life  Telephone Connection  A few nice white Plymouth  Rock Cockerals, bred from prize  winner, Seattle, costing $25.00,  Selling stock at reasonable prices.  5 and 10-acre lots and house  lots any part of town at fair prices.  II  ii  y  4  M  i  mtmrmnetsssagB,  osmBmmismsiimMmimmsmiwmmiSM^^MSM, M  <���������"\ -11     | i   i i   '   ' ��������� -  -;<'  imt ABBdVslfoRD L 03T,     ' ABBOTS.FOaD, B c.  v?r  i������������������������lf  ���������rrfii'iNrVm'Mi'  im_H_  ���������(���������.���������������������������*>���������������������������>������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������  j The Elgin Is a Winner . ... .  "F Your Watch is not an ELGIN it is  not the best time keeper.    Elgin  Watches last a   lifetime.    Prices  just right.  CAMPBELL,-The Jeweler, Abbotsford  Sweater Coats $i.65 to $4.50. "��������� Boys' Slicker Coats  -A full line of heavy wool working shirts at   '  low prices.  A few broken lines of boots and shoes at cost prices.  ���������   ,   See these before buying elswhere   ;,,  ." See our English made Boys'heavy,. ..  boots at $2.25 . '    .:.,.  GEO. G. CLARK  j Mcelroy & Co.  LIQUORS,   WINES  AND   CIGARS  OF THE BEST QUALITY  CoivEssendene Ave. and Oscar St.,  CITY'  SHAREHOLDERS MEET  (From Fraflcr Valley Record)  A moating of the shareholders of  the Fraisicr Valley ,Sugar Woikw  was held in| the. Imperial Hall,'on  |! Monday last, with a good at-  *! tendance ofi 'the shareholder. Mr,  |'A. M. Viercliere was appointed  - chairman., ajid-Mr. Calchpol'e, bc-  cretary. '  Mr. Clatchpo'le, who, was appnln*  ted pit the; ljast meeting to repr*-  senjt the shareholders, asking I6v  an 'adjournment of the case, ������av,������  his 'report to the meeting to the  .effect thjat ho Washable to have  the mioeitiing adjourned for M  days, a,n|d also tc secure a lawyer for the shareholder*!  Mr. Ducias, &e,n(iior rniem'bc'r of thc  firm of  Messrs. Lucas   &    Lucas  then .addiioss'ed   the^. meeting, after .which many; matters were discussed  by those present.   The    i>  j  terns of expenditure'were' gone o-  v.er |one by, one, and it was f ourd  that a tew of them might be con- }  sidered .  irregular., , He    advised  those present that until such Lane-  that; the-   shares    were    allotted,  which ha'd njever taken place, Lhut  they  \yiere not' really   consid,eAc:d  'shareholders,   afld   that  the   com-,  pany, hald at no time a regularly  constituted Board  of Directors, It  was not  believed by Mi\     Lucas'  that the ' Compjajny had  not   neon  properly injcorporetedj and advixed  ,those rpnesejjit that they should ar:t*  accordingly laind give the licj,uiua-  tor of the; c'orri|pa:niy niotice thai ail  ���������applieatiionis  for ��������� shares .be      con-  celled   and repudiate" all  liability  thereunder, .demanding tho return  of their  money paid on  applies- 4  tiopi.        . .      . .   ,  It is believed,'byijhe people who  contributed small amounts to the''  application: for shares that iliey  will nidt have,,to accept the num-  .ber-pf shares,,applied, for, andnc'-  ther. will they ha.ve.~to. pay any  further shares. It is hoped that  this wall������������������be the,,..case, .as it will  relieve ra'lot of .responsibility per-"  sonally. zmong.people, around Mission. ���������' ,    V  ABBOTSFORD, B. C  Strictly first-class in 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 . PROPRIETORS |  . There is "cbovsidetr&iblei activity a-  mong 'Satlvatiionists and friends of  The ' Salivation Army-throughout  the JOoTnikiiion in connection, wi'h.  the proposed ereetiqn- of alVIeni-  aria'l to thc life-work of General  William Booth, the Founder of tine  world-wide - movement. If loving  deyotiop' to the.grand old man and  active ajnrxaiety towards the accomplishment of this scheme count for  anything, the Training,Institution,  which hajs been decided upon to  tkaie the form of this memorial, will  become, am established fact.  There is a widespread feeling  among- all classes that such a life.  ais that loathe late General, should,  be ���������kept.greem in the people's memory by -the.establishment of soine  iinstituiltion that should have ior its  aim a work harmonizing with the  ideals so vividly set- forth tht >-  ughout  his  en'tire career.-  This will be. the beginning of tbe  realization) of o[ne- o'f the late tien-  eral's umtfinished' schemes, namely,  the  britnigijrig into  existence  oil   a  number of "Universities- of Huron-  niity" i|n tho larger cities of the  world. Such lain institution will r-e  erected' in  Toi-obto.  It must be remembered, that ch*  achievements of The", Salvation Army depend i)n a very large measure' upon its officers. .They are  men and wom'en Through whose  warmth ���������of devotion, self-sacruicc  and nobility of purpose, there overflow to the world, cleansing and  healing screams of influence.'  A great ' deal of responsibility  falls upqn them.' They are called  upon for great qualities' of command, courage, and strength'- of  will. They aire always the people-  who represent the Salvation Arm1..  How important it is, therefore, thai.  every opportunity should be givui  loir 'preparation and suitable stidy  before Ihey commence their life's  woirk. .   . ,    .  At-������the moment, The Army is  handicapped in this respect, in-as-  much ais the accommodation of Lhs  present College is considerably  overtaxed and, therefore, the idea  of this memorial is npt only ;one  of;s;enitiniient, but of necessity  The! provision' for* adequate   ac  oommoda/tion/ of one hundred and  twenty-five persons, and an up tr> ,  date equipment,  would involve au.���������  expenditure  of two. hundred and  fifty thousand dollars.. This ��������� ma.v  appear a   large ,amoun't,   but   wo  believe the mbnjey would be wftU ,  spent, .as  it "would  be  a,n,inycal-  ment'securing'great and beneiicusi  results for the' future ot our ii,a  tion.   , . *'  i - ���������*.   * " h l  .Whatever can be done to makn  this ,'im'aiitutiion a "fact should hdic  the hearty support of every aida  and woman  who washes  cho  ir^.t  * I' ������t '   * V '   ������  for his, day and generation. VvV  can conceive nothing that is liLoij  to bear abetter fruitage, in Uu-  proved conditions by improving  men tham 'an institution given up-  to the ^solution; of .moral.'an el zzo-  nomic problems, agad showing .its.  students how to apply its .findings  to the conditions - of every-da-y life  in-the neediest quarters of the  cities. General Booth was-a master  in this realm, a^id the purpose to  perpetuate his memory by providing for such'an institution" as the  one referred to, seenos to be peculiarly fitting.  Donations  7towairds    this.-   very,  worthy.object carr^ be addressed lo,  this office, ar forwarded direct tj  Commiasionier David M. Rees, Toronto, Ont.   ��������� -   .  of hymein.  to  accoumt  for<Vniyi I9<  Wcwtmiiirsler   grow,!  Uaist' yelaiivhe was able  ' .W.atc.i  A c'.uvassoftlie te;n'.o.y, iptlud-  od iin'thTi sco'po o'C the Eraser,' Val-  3oy Mumiiiciipal Publicity Bureau by  | committees, that have, been appointed to sou/nr!(. Bd:nrcls of Trade and  Municipal Councils has developed '  ���������a feeling of confidence in the'pro ���������  ject in communitiios which '.have  heretofore been reticent' in lending tl'-eiir support^.  The Iluiritingdon Board of Tiade  and the Sumas Council at HuuC-  ingdon .aire (among the public oodles that have 'been approached and  have indicated that they will join  hands with' the (rest of the dis-  tiricLs in tlia vjailley In the scheme ,  to advanlec the'Iir mutual interests  Reeve Qaim'p'bell of Sumas, Mr. Ot-  way Wiilkie,' pen-m-inent secretary  of the Bureau .states, is one of the  most enthusiastic of those who are  mow  puislilJ/ng  the  enterprise.  -As   for   the   Richmond   Council,  their attitude seems to have completely   chamiged ' since   Councillor  F.ay attended' the' Coquitlam rnest^.  ing   a(nd  reported  to. the" cpuncil  that'the  Bureau was worthy    of  theiir  Strang vco-aperatiiO(n. In   ad-'  ditian tp Councl'.i'or Fay, Coiinciiior  Nelson L'oxigheod, of 'Maple'Ricigo.  who has beenLone of the Bureau's -  best  boosters, Jiais  also  appeared.'  befoire thercouncil and represented  ���������its  advantages    to   the  membeia ���������  and was promised their supporL.  As to' thet iposilidn; that Langley  mulmicipaiiiicy -taJces in the maitcr,.  they havo;not yet expressed themselves-and the. Bureau; is'awaiting  some acaon qn tneir. p^u'C. Ino  Surrey, Council has already indicated thac -'cney ,aro ueiievers in,  die Bureau's ultimate success and  accruing Dtmelics and rliat they  will- likely. contribute to its support as-soom( as the quarters arc  established in! Vancouver, as now.  proposed. ���������     ���������  As for the, niunicip'alities on    the'  inortlij batik oi; the river they have'  showm   from   tho-fLrfe't   inception  of the p'liajn!. that l.they a're in sympathy   Wi'tii   the   proper   kind   of '���������  boosting.    Among   the  people   of-  Coquitlam,   Maple  Ridge  andMiS'  sio(n are found! probably the largest pum'ber.of, its best .supporters.  These include Reeve' James Mars'  of "Coquit'liaim, Councillor L. E. Mar-  mont afad R. Wi Hulbert, of    the  sj.me   p'l'ace;   Councillor  '   Nelson  Lougheed qi M'a.pie! Ridge v Reeve  Dick,:of .Missidit ifatd J. A. Bates,  of the ���������Mission Board of Trade.  '    ���������  {From Our Westminster Correspou  dent)'  New VVe'stmHi'ster, Dec. 5.���������Wearly  a.,one Mndcred  per cent, increase  n  babies bom   and. '' more ' thao  wice the number o:f. marriages. c:>  le'bnaited thani iln the same mouth  last yejair, have,made the November of 1912 a notanie,., one in lm������  city ;a;n,d r.enioved ail fears orrac-  degeneracy^'  Amo|nff the 20,000 people pf New  W.estnxiinisterr, 83 babes made, tnen  debut  lais.t  month,   while   only  .15  njoyed'a s'imilar, privilege during  the same rrnomthl Hast/ (year.. At the  ame time, Cupid was; working overtime op fresh victims  and  feui-  rendered 40 couples in.to the oond'3  TO THE ELECTORS OF MATSQiP  I  wisih to solicit your vote3 fT  Reeve  of the'Muindcipality ofMits-  qni fioir the comiimg year.  I am am 'old-time resident of tbe  district aind'ain owner o'f property.  I believe I am sufficiently acquainted wiitn the.needs of the  'district Hd' be able to serve tho  i people, in the capacity of Keeve,  ' as I am interested'iq the municipality and -wiisW to see that tht.  taxes toe expended to the interest  of the ratepayers.  If elected, I shall do all in my  power to see that everyone gn*  afa'ir deal in all that pertaln,s In  municipal matter's.  YioruT.3 trury,  WILLIAM ELLIOTT  Henderson & Taylor  (Associate  Members Can.  Soc. C. E.)  Civil Engineers  R. A. HENDERSON  B. C. LAND   SURVEYOR  Office.next P.O. P. O. Box 1 1  Semi-ready Suits  To Special Order  IF THERE Is no Semi-reiJr ttore In  your town you may have aSeml-rcady  suit made to your special order from patterns. Send for "Kiat't Own" serge  suits at $20, with style book and self-  measuring forms. Guaranteed. Sold at  the same price everywhere In Canada.  Have you seen the style book, Sir I  One for you at Semi-ready Limited,  Montreal.  ftratt-rrabg StMfig  A. BEESTON, Mission City.  How are you flxed 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 especially for you "A merchant is known by the quality and  style of his stationery." Of course you wish to rank among  those who have reputations as good business men. 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 herejso get your orders in before the rush.  otsror  ^ i  ;f  Si.  1 ft,  ��������� ' ������������������������ - *..' i\ i  _������������fi>������ijt  1  H     i r.rt ).*  <~ ���������������.  w''i '���������-H'V ^w   '--*:���������-  '.i   -r-^.jH ,-,/'\^-   ���������;- ;  , , *-,.    ,  AHE ABfiOTSFORl) POSt,  : .(��������� . ...   /.    - .-  wtMWnm  Campbell, the Jeweller, in this 1 ���������-  sue,..is advertising Elgin Watcliuc  ���������one of the best watches on Lni-*  anairket. They last a lifetime. He  has also a large number of clocke.  and cut. glassware in stock and will  have Christmas goods in Im line  that  will  surprise you.  L*������TJmmUJm������Jmm������mr.l/tmid--J>  .  tM  ���������JSXZ  Dr. Stuart ,Wa|do, of, Now Wcsl-  piifl's'ter, was a ���������yMt'qr.tq Ahuot-s-  ford thilsweek i|n, connection wii.Ji  the local Board of Trade  woil:  Mr. JR. McLeany,of Agassiz/opeht  a day i|b, Abbotsford this weeu. Jie  is quite ,t)a,ke/u) w|ith the town.  ���������Mr. W. Noble, of Sian Francisco  was iri Abbotsford this week  Mrs, J. A. Bates, of Mission. City.  spent a day in Abbotsford', Unguent of Mrs.  YV. Ye(ii(ny.  is MowWay VPork Pies. - H&v������ y<M  ever'eaten one?   There"' i&  like them in thfe Pie lirife.  ALBERT LEE, PROPRIETOR  iWedlbjeisd'ay Wjas a fine day and  alll the Jjafdies from;'all parts c( tie  courcftrysi'de were taking ,in the  flights. Spme wept to,"fc>umao lo  do ja ld|ttle shopping,- while, others  anade Abbotsford their objective  poi(n)r.. _ .....  "The "(Spipistiers' Convention" win  be ..heM  ijnj'the Maple Leal   iitU  Abbotsford, on Friday' evening,-December 20th.   Admission boc, chij-  drern 25c.   i _;      ,_  ������������������      *  Do&.'t fail to (attend the \Coii-  v.e-n.tipn" on December 20, at Maple  Leaf. .Hiajll, and see the maids ol  uncertain years, transformed into  youthfuL maidenls right bit\������r 21  your eyes. ���������   f . "'.    .  OF TRADE MEETING  (Continued From Page1 One)  ���������tho Bureau, .which) had', secured' !���������,-  000 square fee|t bf spjace in the Progressive Asso'cia'tiotvrooms at Vancouver; where it-was intended'-1������.������.  place   one  map ��������� in   charge, whose  Tbene was some' report that the  towtn 'of Sumas alt the forthcoming  election would select a council that  would close some of the saloons,  but it appears that the eleC'on  held a few days ago has cast all  feara aside an;d the town is ihe  same for- the coming year as it  was  this. year.    It would be. too  bad if the boys would berdisap- 'duty it would -he to -pass-- put  pointed -ip getting their-5c bcu-js.1,^^ j-fteraturie'��������� of the Bureau a:#l  whan.' they went over; to .the pic- 4'00]c after the collection/ ��������� of- picture shows10m-'Saturday evening.;., 'ducts that-were''sent to the room  ���������The "wet" council and mayor hive ]m- sairoples of what could 'be  beefn ��������� elected s. | grown i|n thq Fraser; Valley.     The  Valley wa|S kniowjh- now-far-, and  wide as om'e' of the premier ��������� vai,-.  leys of. the province, and it'��������� was!,  up-to the; Board-of Abbotsford to  contribute- to any scheme that-  would' help mainjfcaiiji and- advauci  to      <in-  The .'drug store i,s one of the, iin-  i,at places ������5jrv the tow,n this week  Mr. Oopeflainid-, the manager, in order to celebnalte, the 'event- of the  arrival of the expected ��������� druggist  to town1, is, giving away .cigarj to   that  idea;  with  a   view  (Mi*. am)d Mrs^ Ash worth of New  ^eitmiinfoter were guests in \h-  bots'ford th'ils week.   ���������  ,'Mr. W. M. McKfay,, of Vancouver,  spent Tuesday ifnf Abbotsford .  'Mr. J. D. Clarke; of Vancouver  spent Tuesday ijn. Abbotsford.  ' Mh :W.'. H> Smith, of North - V an--  couver,1 apent a d|ay, ^n Abbots/on*.  this week. He thimks Abbotsford  is .'all right       ��������� ���������     ���������.. t   ������   -1  :Mr. J. ESl'iot't, mfainiager of Lhe  Abbotisford HJairdwaie Co., has re-  tufined frona .JNew Westmijistt,''.  where hie sojouiinied, for some thi cc  weeks, .  ,.,  . ,^_^.^J'  the man a/rid" a 'box'of chocqiate&  to the lu'daeis', and' shewing gum to  others', who extamdi the right grij.>  o f c dngratu'lati on. ���������  eas ror  Spend your Christmas money in a way so as to give  give comfort to the home  ' ' 1  . 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.  r  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 arid watch it grow  Hardware and Furniture  TT  Q0F  The inquest into the death of  Mms. 'Gay, of this place, was IwMd  o,n   .'Wedineisday    afternoon;-      lis.-  couraging settlers to come to the  valley iu preference  to other part's |  of the province.    Mora, an'd .more .'f.  settlers were1 r,'eqiulired| in; the a'urr  rounding district and .he, believed  that  the   Board -. would . be   doing  the 'nght'thijrYgl'tq Jo&.in and pay  its 'monthly fee.   .  Messrs. *B. J., Gerpa'ey -Sapd B. A.  ; Board what actaqm should be taKcn  The secretary was instructed, tc  .notify all mem(b_ens. having-duos in  arreistrs a^nd ; request that the    a-  mounts be paid,   ,.  ���������MT; LEHMA-N NOTES ���������  A unii'ojn mieeting of the Woman'/?  Aid of the Presbyterian Church  <anjnd _ the iW. -A* of the English '  Church, an;d the ,W< O. T. U��������� will  ' he h'e!ld at .'the .horae of Mrs.. J. .F.  Boyd, oin, Wednesday after'ri'o'on  December 12, (ait,3 p.m. At this  meetinig -Mass__McL'edd,^o'f (th'e' ,'Pi'O-  Yfectall. .W.-^ tV.U., Vill speak to"  the. mothers oim "Moral Education,"  . .   ���������   -i. ��������� ���������.*.������������������     . ��������� ��������� ���������  Every .womain is most cordially invited.  Stuart, corpner, Missiou City, pre  siding. ' A full jury tw,as sworn -.in.   .Morley ��������� .were appoiipited, to -inquire  and the .evifleracei of three doctors '.n.^0 the" ma titer ���������. (arndi   advise  thc  was tak-eni: O^e doctor from Civ!- ' ' '  liwaek   aiUd   aniother  from  Sumaa,  as well (as* 'our'.local physician:>'  After due co,nisi'deraatiQ,n of, rut*  evidence grvejn the jury decided  that the diseased lady ,came to  her deaaJth 0{t)\ Sunday last by peritonitis, due. from biooa-poidouuig.  MtiS. Giay took side eariy 0,11 Sunday mo'nnaaig la;9t and die.d tiit>  same .evepjipg /a;t her own homts.  The,i'.ujn/eTial took place pri Wednesday .moi'ini'tog to J^ojoks'ajCk, VVashv.  the; iprnneir ii'-'n^ei oi, the family.  The decreased, wno, was aiJuu.j.  years of age, leaves a husband and  four small - boys to mpm\n the iosa  of wile anxl mother.  from his present sickness and.fcol--  ing .much bctter-'for his short stay  iat home,  , The /amjnuai meeting of the Matsqui Agriicu'Itur. al & Horticultural  Associationi wiul. be held in tfte  new hiadl ait Clifford on Tuesday  Dec. 10.  'Mr. J. H. Halll, the section fore  mam-, Us u/tiMzfjng his 10-d.ays' holiday in the completion pf his    new  housed .   ���������'  Among the wa'afc-epd ylsilors to  the .settleimen}t were. Mr. R.Clough,  Mr. Pirk'Lnis. jr.," Mr. A. Lehman.  Mr. H. iNichod'son; afndj J. McCallum.'  The B^ble Claiss meets on Wed-  tneaday .night "tat 7j30.   Choir practice  Irr^m-ediafteiy after the  Bible*  Ciassi : 1  The E(ev. Mr. Alder, will- preach  -at both services next "jSjrnjda'y,  morning service,being, at 10.30 Snd  evening, service af 7.30. feabbath  ischool meets _ at the close or the  -lnorntigig  service^      *  HARRQN BROS.  EmbaItr.eis' ariK'r.eral DiiectcVs  Vancouver, Office  and ' chapel ,  .   1034 Granville St.-, - Phone 3480;  North Vancouver,    .   OTfice     and  Chapel-rlW 2nd St; Phono 131.  Builder and Contractor  Estimates Given ^Free  Pihone Connection       Mission City  A meeiting for; young ladies 'will  jbe held on Wednesday eveniu'g,  whenj Mdjss   McDeod    will addi'ess  them. .   .        .    .   1   _���������.   Miss Kirby, teacher in the junior  department  of  the public  school-  has seinlt.iiPther resignation, to Late 1  gf'fect tat th������ enid of the term.  . -A g.emeral meetijngi of the A^ii-  ,cultura^ ' Aissociatiorn   will   be held  in the Mapie. Leaff Hall, on Saturday   afteiinppn,  January  11th, 1913.'"  at 2.30 p.m., ftjq comsider the i>:n--'  chase   of   the ' grounds   for      iiie  nold'ipg of the, agricultural cxhibt-  !tio;n, next year.   It is noped  chat  a* 'large aftftejn.d'ajice will be   prcs-  '.ent, as it is of the utmost     iai-  ;pbrtain������oe  that  the . commie ice's re-  commeinid.'a'tion be heard,'and acted  'upojnj.      It    is    the  intention   t������.'  jBtart eaaUy .this year. ������o. as to Iiave  tja,   fifle fad.l fair Jn' 1913.  EveryJiie'  diptereisted   i[u   the  fair  should   ue  !i/h   attefodance.   Make  it a  resoiu-  'jtioai   for  the  New  Year   that  all  past idifferenees igi regard  to the  :holdij^ng of a   f(ajiiiv igi the past be'  cast api'die a.njd a  (.new plan of ac-..  tiotn' be tlafce^ tor the coming y:ar  ���������JReihemfbar  the   date,   Saturdaay.i  Januiary .11, aft 2.30 p.m.  The &eoo,n.d anniversary 'of    tne  W-. A. was held at "tne nome    o;  Mr,s. i\ Boyd, o,n Tuesday eveniijp .���������  JNovembea*. 26th,    The unaque  part  ,01 tne evening was tne novel way.  in- wiiiich  the admioSiOii was paid.  On-e^itea-mg (tne ao.or one was.accosted . by.-.our   worthy   president -  Mrs. Eby, an,d, our host, Mrs. Jboya  and asked how many letters there  were in the fuilname.   Each lelL^r,  cost one cent,    VVe| were tiien. gi>-  en a   card wich( onei ox the letL^i':  Of the adphabst an it. After eveiy-  one  had  arrived, Mrs.  xsoya ������dve  out  papers   with the   word  "ine*-  hausti'ble" o;n top and toid every  one   co f'4nd their partners  (wh^h  was   do,n'e   with   the   cards   gi\ to  on eai'taruig; and( to m,ake as manv  words as possioie, uding. die ic Iter's,  contaitned in  cue  w^ra  un   top  vi  i.~j./.4.pcuv., xiicvi; i.q.iowed hali7a.1i-  uiiir 01 "brai.i search .ng, aner which  tiie papems were, laice^^ aud judged  and jylr. ivi. jl.  Jbrown and Iviisb is.  T-retheway twp,n tne l'.rdt, ajid 'au,  C.  iiadTop   a,iia''��������� iaudaau,  caiioin ill'  tne   coniso'iation.    Anutiid-i-   unique  wad   ���������tne   way  u:ei'i''esmhe.nis.  Wuu  ordered.  'L/Jttie meqas were gi.ta  out with tua. 'le'ccaxvj ox -ihe alpha  bei on tnexu aidd, one lniariteu     at  rahaom   tne  lecterd   tuey   wan tod.  Many 'i)a,'ugiiabie oirders  were  ov i-  ugii't,  especially one  where  beaui  and olives i<^nd ice or earn were'sui-  ved.   A'litogetheir,   a very  pleasan*  venivng was spent and much .ci'u  'dit is due tq Mesdames Boyd and  ���������by for the success of the evening.  A  Mrs.- G. Ar Boyle paid one of her  frequejnt visits tol the/'Mt. Lehmati  odntre  o'tn  Mondays.!  Mi ss Towliain r'eturp ed from a tl y -  ing visit to Chilliwack the same'  afternoon,, while Messrs. F.v'Phillips, D. Ni'chblsolhi and Mws McCallum travelled dowim from JSTc-vi'  Wesitmiihist'eri^  Mr. Boy.er retur(ned< ,to the shit''  gie ,mill "aiflten. a brief' stay jn, Vancouver, .ari'i vin.g on Tuesday,arret-  in^oon along with' Mr  and Mrs,Ja^.  McLeajii':  Mr. JD. Mcbou'gaJi.p'ut ifl, "a���������'buoy  week hauling'gravel 'for the Harris  roacfy    - ''.',..  There was quite a{r\ influx on  Wednesday. Mr. Parbar.. orou^ht  up his wife and baby, who hay,'.  newily .arrived from Tacoma, and  are'itiow oomioi-tably .settled out at  the (mill,. .  Mr. R.' Bariiatt sipeint the. night  with his brother, but returned Lh'c.  following day )ta his Work -'at A't-  chesoin*.'  Mr. ���������A. Israel, who* .has be.e^n suffering from a severe- palp in th3  side, spent a couplei of days at the  ductor's ht New Westminster aocl  retuiined on Thurs'day feeling some  better, but is Inot quite recoveredf  yet.-  ��������� '   ��������� '���������     -, ������������������������������������.-,"���������  Mr. D. Ni/choison's! was the scene  <>i��������� quite"oilai'ge party; on Wedneb-  day-eveln!i[ng, which was a'ttendeu  by a iniuimber of frieaids and iela-  tiohs.. Mr. T. Held, of New Westminster; Mr. (afnd Mrs. James Mc-  L.������a!n, (Mrs. OLaytofci, Mr. and Mrs.  BaTdwin, Mr. a^nd Mrs.; A. McCai-  lum, Mr. a|n^ Mrs, ,W. Miller, Mr*..  E. Thomsqm, Mr, asp.^ Mrs. McDon-  and a<nd Messrs. A.' McLean, :J.  land ^atnd -N^ Acorn.      '  W. Phillips Tieturned to town oh  Eriday, "having  almost recovlsrocl  .FOR &ALE���������The Abbotsford CVia-  ery, includijng building ui:>-  ehinery atnd three lo,ts. Price and  terms satisfactory to_ thu ' rigot  -party. Inivestigate thia propoJl-  tiotoi. ��������� Apply, J. Higgi.nson, Ab-  bqteford, B, C* .:'������..,.'._...  Presbyterian Church Notice  LIQUOR ACT, 1910.  (Section   42).  NOTICE is hereby-given that, on the  first day of December, next, application will be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police "for renewal of  the hotel license to sell liquor by retail in the hotel-known as the'Abbotsford Hotel, situate at Abbotsford, B. C.  in the Province of British Columbia.  Dated this 29th day of October  1912.  A. J. HENDERSON  TT  Eyeight Specalist   Manufacturing Optician  Does the Finest Optical  Work.  Medical men and "others  pay tribute to his fikill.  793 Granville St. Vancouver  Abbotsford  Pastor���������Rev. J. L. Camnbell, B::  A., B. D.  Services^-Sunday school. 10  a.m.  Public Worship 11 ja. m.  Teacher training class 3 p.m.  Public Womslhip 7.30 p.'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 Abbotsford grow. .  FOR SAALE���������5 young milch cows to  freshen from the 27th of this  month. Apply to R. OWEN, one  mile south oB B. C. E. R., Mount  Lehman. .  Christmas line of Jewelry, twit-  ahle for Xmas Presents.- Rese'i-vte  your lorder for Campbell, the Abbotsford Jeweler, You know wbei'������  it is.    ���������'.  ectric Ugh  For the Residence,  Store or Office.  For Factories and  Industrial Plants ;  Comfort      Ewnomy  Attention will be given to all'aDblicatiohs lor service from our lines.  Address all enquiries to '  S  fiolden Block, Vancouver.  iuiiibial  SBHBSiBI  i  4  1,  ' i\  N  v.^ssr**-,'  ^ vrinfijwj] w)/������u������ti1KMR���������jr.' ������������  MMBM*tHM.RM!JM!������i!WHUIM^  g^l^v^^^^s.


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